Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00668
 Material Information
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: July 26, 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: VID00668
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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GOV. CARTER VISITS PRESIDENT.Chief once. The rumor of a case of yellow,

Executive of Hawaii Is Guest at founded. .

., Oyster BaT/I... I.. July 25.-Governor Yellow Fever at Panama. MEET
t George B. Carter of Hawaii called on New York. July 25.-Before the
toe president today.(>> He came to the steamer Segnranca sailed for the north
rly a Mile square Covered United( States for the express purposeof Officials Of New Orleans Working Saturday says a Herald dispatch from Claim Meeting Has i Notb i% To
presenting to the president a st&totiienc Panama a fireman was discovered suffering .
; With Fluid. Against Scourge Do With War
Burning I of the tlitucultles. In HawaJi. from yellow fever. He ws at Qu s 0
E In his appointment to succeed Governor once taken ashore and the ship was --
[;LIST( OF DEAD NUMBER- FIVE Sanford II. IxUe. who was designated SITUATION NOW WELL IN HAND fumigated.: The latent reports gives'' KAISER INTERESTED IN! n. ja 4
t J a* a United Slat II'Judge for -- two new cases of the .fever" one olcnose
Hundreds of People Are Home-I tae district of U.wall.r. Carter baa The State t-fealth Board I. In Session stricken having died. The German Emperor Does "Nut Aa-t
.. has trouble both with citizens and
rue and Declare There Is No Occasionfor the
Lightning Struck Large Tank Impression Abroad tn.lt..i- ,v ,rOffer
h' ', . i the officials. of the territory. He intimated SWEDES IN FATAL QUARREL
I* Ignited the Oil-All Efforts to his determination to resign the Alarm-United States Soldiers Any Suggestions: .In its ? a t;
Flame. Futile. I governorship The matter: wo con. Will Be Removed. Dispute Over the Recent Rupture of the Coming Peace Conferee,_;
sidered for a time and then an arrangement Norway and Sweden.
Covering an New Orleans. July 25.-A thorough Berlin. July 25: Thtr
bib; Tex.. July 25.-- was made by which Gov. New York July 25.-Two men dying t Iv. "
three quarters of a mile square system of Inspection being put Into here is advlava that a :itwe
; Carter United
ernor was to come to the and a third >seriously wounded was the
'4-I: :,jpreat smoke& covering two States to discuss the Hawaiian situation effect here by the state city aa>d federal outcome of an argument in Brooklyn !n EmldOrml.nl; a:
.tulles. the oil tanks of the Tex with the president. lie 1 Ic authorities wl">th a view to the early today between four Swede. Nicholas took: place ai":, :3%
boll and bubler Isolating of new case <.r the Swedish coast *
"mpaDT continue to : JIlljoerkoe. ,
here !In accordance with the arrange about the secession of Norway' from
beat of the... uru.t yellow fever In case there Is any vvEmperor
the great:
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.. ment. Governor Carter's desire Is not Sweden. The In en who are dying In a
U. the are having burned all !spread: from the foci now under coa- Nicholas wi,,' .
so to resign his official duties hospital are Kary Andersrin and John
It can be extinguished ; lro 1. William several days u.;.. .
<:r.When an to obtain from the president" assurances Tromler. Ole I.udwlg was serloashurt. !/
1oae'i guesses. Certainly not until that his administration shall The situation Is said to be wet> lu Victor IJnquist was captured Ing the l..t:l"r.1I >'t 1.:1: in :I I
oil in the 11 Land In the district about the Fttncl1market. should approach the it!
.fca* burned all of the lave",, the support of the national government. after a chase by the police who chased ui-a;
held 2.5OU.OOO barrels where the fever bad its origin. (Kmperor Nicholas-': !
I,tanks, which .- The governor arrived from him In a trolley car. lie Is charged" ) \\UII ,
", "lightning struck them Sunday ufnoon. New York In time to take* luncheon :Meanwhile there Is widespread Confidence with having done the shooting. It Is to meet: him. The! H'rULI! '
In the ability of United States replied that he would bt .,
with the president" aid Mrs. RoosevelL 'learned by the police the men all Intimate t
Jt'. ') is now known that five of the marine hospital surgeon White und friends, met for a dinner at the to any convenient point :ai. *
O.. workmen perished ins( the ru- ,PLAN TO ERECT MONUMENT. the state and they will successfully hotel. After beginning an argument of Bjoeikoo) 'was" snigger.; .
place the number! of dead as high apply the mosquito theory und tht:". about the" proper course! to be taKen understood that the conv' '
1 VI ,'though this cannot be confirmed Citizens' of Sandlego Cal., Will Honor have been no exodus from the city. by ureic country In the present crUus to be entirely persona
rare hundreds" of homeless people the Bennlngton's Dead. Large numbers of home people fare LInquist taking one aide and the three. and there-fore no official-! t
of them only awaiting a 'train returning to New Orleans from UHf of the Roverment wax :t.> "
Cal. the
Sandlego, July 25.: -While against. The talk became bitter anti
: go to Houston for ,shelter. They i government will place over the Ben- surrounding resorts In order to avoid was continuing as they left the houso although the Russian," : win an
living In tents. und shacks In the nlngton victims buried at Fort Rose- t Celng separated from their families to go to the terry nearby. Suddenly rlne I is In Emt>eror Nlchi.n=" .
Hfields' and fled for their lives to trans: the people of Sandlego proposeto owing to the rigidity of the quarantines it !Is alleged that Unquiet turned! on The meeting" Is. a seqiu >*
,\town away from danger. They left give them a memorial !In a more tbut have been put Into effect! his countrymen and the shooting be- reepondence that has !". .. :a
their belonging; and fled.Owing conspicuous locality. The state board of health Is In ses- between the emperors ,' 4
the whole of the night there The plan Is to erect a handsome shun today. The city council will meet gun.The prisoner strenuously denied peace. In which F.nrperor \\ n:
A heavy downpour of .rain and *thisred monument suitably Inscribed in the tomorrow and pas a mosquito ordinance the charge when he wits locked up urged l Emperor :Nicholas.: i h> > M
the ground with a sheet of wa. city park. The naval reserves have which has been recommendedby pending a hearing. toward peace. Emperor \\' an t
'-t Coating which I I.* a thick film of started a subscription for this purpose the health authorities. then cooperating with I 1" ,<
''t'" If this catches tire then It Is and already a considerable sum hasbeen United States Army Surgeon Moss JONES' REMAINS IN VAULT. Roosevelt seeking to bring ':1'' '(
We &.that the tanks of thv Guffey I pledged of San Antonio arrived today wltn' a treats to a discussion! ,>f '.i. ul

pang, the Sun company, and the It Is not doubted that ample funds view to examining; !nto_ .he conditions. Ceremonies of Transferring Body to peace and in the present' to. not ( ,*
Her owners may go. These tank will promptly be raised to carry out He comes In connt'cUon.wltb. the recommendatlon Last Resting Place Were Simple. Associated Pretia |Is author) 'a a;
1d 4.BOO.OOO barrels of oil. for the removal of the formed Emp"l'or11I1311I w tl: a
the patriotic undertaking In a fitting Annapolis Md.. July 25.-In a simple
rflN, ortly after the big tank began t torte < manner. troops( now at the United States bar brick vault In the grounds of the Naval : ue to advise peace shout'' t I I. *
20O workmen with. 75 mules, racks to Chattanooga There is nu academy tod.y.lie. the remains ol l i alan emperor ask for fur *v
., hurried to the place to* throw up Chief Engineer Will Investigate. sickness! reported at the barracks, but John Paul Jones. With the simple and it would be very natura a ,"
." ,''earth embankment to confine the Washington July ZS.Omm.IIIS.r< ivelopment .
to the tank where It originated. ). Ransom chief engineer" officer ol mated" It baa been considered advisable body from the cruiser Brooklyn, the of the corrrttpnm M !S i
lenly the oil nave an upheaval,' the Mare Island :Navy.: yard. where the to ask their removal:? from :New.: or. naval expedition authorized to accomplish which has already taken i I'"t'> > .
bled and lifted u great mass of the last repairs to the Bennlngton's boilers leans. Its transfer from the Paris cemetery Emperor William wt-n'' <".
tins; fluid bodily out of the tank were made. has today proceeded" to The health authorities continue to which bad been its place! of repose l Ing as the Associated Pr ., '!' *,
..., was communicated to thre eothvr Sandlego. It Is expected he will be insist that there* absolutely no occa, for more than a century Is com ly Informed prepared:' to -<
_the tanks. The burning oil caught able to give Information valuable In stop for alarm and that If people' will pleted. The formal national receptionof were asked that though I I"m %. ft!>
ke. men and mules and hemmed them the Investigation; at, to the conditionof follow" the directions that are b lng the body with appropriate exercise olas could attain a furl?'! .(
There was a wild scramble t for the vessel at the time. published, the fever can be retitrlotid.uccrH Is reserved until It shall be placed in and reconciliation with th ,;
et,. the men dropping their .'craperjd .. ful! >' treated and stamped! out. the splendid naval chapel l now being ed portions of his people on =. tl:
reins and fleeing Some' of them I The German I. ., '
Negro Assailant: Arrested. -- erected" near the site of the temporary reforms. g
unted mules sad got away but atat :Memphis. Tenn." July 25=-.-A special Wl.l Investigate Situation. vanlt. Is Interested In seeing the !a'0<<
40 of the mules balked and! were to the 'W4-ScI0lItar:': from (C'.ilro 111.my .. Washington July" :;.-Surgeon General The vault containing the body of j country peaceful and I'ro"t"t 'rl'
mated. Five. negroes were .seen U, ; that Mss .' nnl.. Simmon a Wiuun, of the, public health and! John Paul Jones .Is draped In crepe. It I I. toward the Iluslanm: 11
down' and It Is not believed psrssl| white girl! !iii'; yearn old.... was criminally. marine hospital service, whu has hero.. Over his coffin which Is visible Germany's manufacturer '>* I
bl.'they could have escaped \\ hll<* >1I-Rulll',1! IWAr Wlllard last: night by n absent from the city on official bus!., through the broad grated doors at greater trade expansion In' **
.'I.or the men ha>'*. not been 'a'HIIIII n"i>;ro who entered, her room while she news, la now on his way to \nhtngton either i-.s. for tiles five are all that are ren nlept The negro held a knife again' and upon his arrival will give personal Outside pace an armed. sentry. tant to have either the llu: a. *'
,.:'tally known to have! perished the girl' 'throat to ,prevent any out attention to the' yellow fever, sltuatU others think that he i I' v .t
..: t" o'clock this morning fire broUi I C"f>' When I the negro fled, the girl' > In :New.: Orleans JAPANESE ENVOYS IN CHICAGO suggestions regarding< : the tn: r'
t'.Out In the steel tanks of the.. lecompany .. nor .. M
aUrmeil the house and pursuit" was Meantime, the service' under the dlrertlon fairs of Russia He !III
.' at the' pumping station, I'it' K:ten |tot. Hell a negro (dentine of Dr. Glennan Is co-opvratKig They Stay Only One Hour In Western but will only give bill p-;; .,
mile from the original Ore "'hat *hy the girl as her assailant was captured with the New Orleans authorities to Metropolis. I on their being asked f for
. damage Is being; done cannot bt' acer. fresh outbreak. Then Chicago 25. Kmperor William haw th !'!
and turned over to onicer to prevent any are July -Baron Komnra,
?:... tamed yet because It Is impossible to be roiiicht to the Jail here" A mob half a dozen trained members of the Japanese. minister of foreign affairs. formation regarding" : the It
s, reach that part of the field. ,purniKM the officer,. but the latter force In that. ("city and they are now aDd plenipotentiary In the pending nation and may be able' I e 'r- r
on discovering the" pursuit eluded' the giving their especial attention to getting negotiations with Russia, arrived In ror Nicholas statement' or 1 .t
.OeluQ of Smoke Threatens Houston. mob Hud. safely landed their prisoner residents away To accomplish\ Chicago today from St. Paul on the deductions from them" .2-
t Houston. "1'01 x., July 25.". -The fire In Jail this and without endangering other Burlington limited known to the Russian em '
which started In the. Humble oil field communities a large number of detrn Delegation were on hand to greet t So far as the rumor ,* r':
: 'yesterday by lightning striking a tank, Sen. Wetmor. Undergoes Operation, lion camps will b.* established outside the visitors. One of the delegation Ital that a .cbf>mea". !. *
of. the Toa: company Is sllll raging New' Paris. July 25: .I'ntted State the New Orleans city" limit. In these was composed of Japanese merchant blne'several" of the 1 p.>...-: tRnssla
-. with no proriiMHt' ' of Its immediate cor- Senator tie ge IVatxnt I Wetmore. 01 refugee will I bus h-.d: for a aufflci-n. students an.1 l professional. men here moral support age
p ,. .. .." "..... ., u,p-,, .. ,.- te,.s.t, ...t, by .t... ,1er.sn.. ... flew negotiation *.oon'pC

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rill be Established by Citizens r That Is the Decision of Judge Call

t of Lake City. of Duval Circuit.
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.' City Offered S15.OOO for State Negroes Can Have the Front Seat on

r>Buildings. Land .and School Equip- I.rveeno Engine.. Street Cars-law Declared Unconstitutional -

:'!!! t.. Which 'Citizens Ones Stated Absolutely the safest and most.economical Because 'It Makes Dis-
el'e Worth'S200.ooo. poer now on the market. Alt criminations-Appeal To Be Taken New
I sises- -lH to SO horse power Write for
Tallahassee correspondent of The p e. Special to The Daily Sun.
TJoioo, tinder date of Monday Thi. engine is not a "Jack at all Jacksonville, July 25.-In the circuit
'.,gives the-follbwlog: account of trades" with dynamos of batteries and" court chambers this forenoon JudgeCall
sundry triggers to keep you "poxsled
"'itlnff of tha State Board of Edo- but it IS a "Cracker Jack" to do your rendered his decision in the ease
and, the Board of Control which work, and no mistake. Sold under full of Andrew Patterson, colored vs. \V.B '
lid in tha' capital city Monday: guarantee or yoor money back. Simplicity Ptekett, sheriff for release from imprisonment

State Board of Education and i, Itself. fn the county Jail by discharging 'Prove..b

ltd' of Control met in joint ..e.ls'tb. .* GEO. W. MOVERS, him Spun *the oueonstitutionality -

.. emotive_ office at 3 o'clock Ualnertle.! FleridaCotton of the new law, which required -

-.J4.. the separation of the races on

ley-General_. Kills stated to street can.Judge .
Beginning to Open.
rd that he had received a Call's decision declaring the He that lives
Augusta July 25.-Cotton Is beginning

nl"'itlon from Boswell A WI1- law unconstitutional was based on the
to open In this section but It will
.:pfBartow, asking permission to clause that permitted' colored oarsesritti will
be ten hope
days or two weeks before there upon
mama as attorney-general In a will be white children or sick people to
anyplcking to amount to any '
w Iy' were about to institute to ride In the same compartment of
thing. Well developed bolls holding fast-
." laonstltatlonallty of tha Buok- superior grades of the fleecy staple, street cars, which. he declared was
"U, the grounds for the contestfthat andthe_ plants showing every Indication class l legislation Section 7, of the
that bill embodies more than of prolific, production were exhibited Avery bill as amended by the Senate But he'that

teat matter; that the law states In the city Saturday, and created judiciary committee, was the part de-
> title of The bill shall set forth general Interest. Augusta' receipts l glared, unconstitutional. lives on
:the substance of the bill and The decision
continue to hold up well; ranging caused much corn-
Ptha' bill seeks to deprive the State from 500 to a l.OOO bales dally. The men land the ease will be taken to the
of Education of Its vested rights bulk of this Is coming from farmersand Supreme Court at the earliest! possible

: vests' those rights in the jointItjthareby is being held for higher prices. date. __' UneedaBiscuit

changing the personnel The receipts for the year are expected Government Stands
.State Board of Education. to exceed! 430.00O bales.
..a joint board located the school London July 25.The governmenthas

(,the. deaf and blind at St. AugnsA. Execution} of Patrick Stopped. no Intention of resigning In con.
4 frequence Thursday's adverse vote
delegation from Lake New York. July %:Justice O'BrIen, This was the glut of premier Balfoar'seagerly
> City
? of the of
court appeals, has granted an anticipated statement la' the
lot and presented a resolutionby order staying the execution of Lawyer house 'of cbmn qona this afternoon. Although will feast.
oily council of LakeMgc.sting
Albert T. Patrick convicted oJ! It had been generally understood
that the State Board murder of iged William March Rice In that such would be the 'decision
Uloo eonvey to a board pf I this city pending the
hearing and determination of the premier. There was a fever.
renamed In the resolution the
of the argument on the Ish tfegerness In all sides to hear the
'property at Lake City comprises motion for a re-argument of his case. exact terms of his statement. The
tar Hall, thirty 'acres of land The time for the re-argument has been house will be slightly packed. The .5
ftha" equipment in lieu of the fixed for Oct. 2 next. gallery available to the peers and the I
i provided for by the Buckman
public was crowded, and there.had not
to be used for the establishment I
M, Cotton Advanced 30 Points. been such an attendance of members
4 technologies I institute at Lake MOTIONAL BISCUIT: COMPANY
during the life of the
New .
:, Orleans July 25-<:OUoll advanced

JorA. B. Small, rank Clark of more than 30 points by the meat parua.1 .
noon hour because of the wrost crop
i Oity. and Hon.-O.orge. Wll-
reports so far received this season. Young Oirl'a Body Found In
Mid Hon. H. n. Bookman of Jaok-
-Muscatlne. Iowa .
Many of the private reports were that July 23-The bodyof
,rllle, appeared before the board ad- the fields being flooded all hope was a*young girl about 2: years old'
fag the acceptance of Lake City's now past of raising even a half crop. has been found In the river here Hex

lltion. Home of the upland farmers say their throat had been cut. The coroner's
.taA. ,... considerable discussion the cotton has been washed out by the jury brought In a verdict of murder.
' decided that they would best root. It Is raining today pretty well The victim has not been Identified but SKlil Ta Meat

.la, tbs educational interests of the all over the belt. At 12 o'clock October ft Is believed she belonged- to a well htMf# Sittl e
..4.... to the State for edooa- was 31 points higher at 11 c; to-do family. she wore diamond. and

u purposes the values and equip- oecember .11 points higher at 11.Olc; was handsomely dressed.

by accepting the proposition. and January 30 points higher at 11.08c. I
la board by unanimous vote deoleO Yacht Sinks; Four People Missing.
'> convey the State property "to Revolution I. Threatened.New Delaware Breakwater. Del., July 25.

...proposed board of trustees, whoM York. July 25.-Rumors are be- -The yawl yacht Nukt

,',follows! 'W. A. Blount. .'.na.- }ng circulated about a threatened revolutionary Dr. II. A Hare, of Philadelphia sunk
tom.. Geo. P. Raney. Tallahassee ; outbreak at ITuenos Ayres In the main ship channel off West

> .. 'Adams, Jasper; J. H 1'arrott, and ItoHssrio. rays a Herald dispatch I' Drandywlne shoal In six fathoms ol - ------.---- --- ----- ,
9m. t, O. A. Carson, KissimW. from the former city. Upon warning|' water Dr. Hare and friend were takI
(' L. Palmer*Orlando, and two rfOc..lvPIrum Rosario by the minister I en off by the yacht Clr..-.. The crew
..... to be .alscted by the city of wwr, troops were held In readiness of tour men Is missing.' The masts
.ill of Lake City. throughout. Saturday night and other show at low water. ,
','':'AmooK tha prominent FlorhHanatGa''nd precautionary measures adopted, but(I ""

i this. meeting were Frank no untoward Incident occurred and l II, Texas Professors Dies of Heart Failure
af, Jasper; T.J. Appl yard. II.Brother Is believed the promoters of the movement Austin Tex. uly ::President W. W yt ALL SMI JOUDnAl.

.. F. P.*Cone. J. 0. Sben....", were weakened. L* Prather. of the Texas state unlver
,.,,a. Votah, J. K. Jnman and II. O. .It)'. died a* 7 o'clock this morning ot
llay of Lake City ; 8yd L. Carter The Diamond Cure. heart. failure He. was perfectly well THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
Oao. W. Hyde of Gainesville." The latest* news from Paris is thatthey until an hour previous when be begunhaving
, fainting spells lie was well DAILY NEWSPAPER.
ti have discovered a diamond cure . .
' CARD FROM JUDGE CARTER. for known In southern educational circle
rs consumption. If you fear consumption

:.i or pneumonia, it will however ......... ...........
la Corrects Impressions& Made by The be best for you to take that great London Is the moat Intense of all Reveals the News and Facts governing!
r Florida Times-Unlon. remedy mentioned by W.T. MoOee of eltl0.- .. York la noisier; there la Values.

Editor Sun As there seems to be Vanleer. Trust "I had a cough for more rattle In Parts; In London alone Studies
ta''fansrat misapprehension as to the fourteen years. Nothing- helped 'me, you have that subdued roar that Inde- underlying causes of Market
lion of the State 'Board of K luoa. until I took [)r. Kln"'aew Discovery. e<*rlt.ahU. murmur which suggests an Movements .

oa on Monday, growing; out of the for Consumption Coughs and Colds, : .irresistible. well a* strong.Christian.volaiueof life that ja deep Reviews, analyze arid criticises Railroad
lament which gave instant relief, and effected
In The Tim..-Union that and Industrial

lay had established a State school atle s permanent cure," Unequalled.quick i 1:.... .a.. CIa......... report .
. cure for thr'at and lung troubles At I Has complete tables of Earnings of
City, and as I was present. I do Next time you go to a party watch.
think It improper for me to say all drug stores ; price &>* and II, guar I some of the women as they stand ender Properties. -

It the Hoard of Education has done anteed. T-ial tMtttle free. I the eband.I....... Notice bow a light, Quotes active and inactive Stock. and l
thing of the kind, and that the state* shining from above bring out unsuspected Bonds.
*lent does them an injustice. They Attention Voters. I lines aDd angles In all but tfie-
ply sold to certain named trustees We wish to {inform the patrons of i youngest and freeheat fares. It Is a Records the last sale of Bonds and the:

the benefit of Lake City the ,land The Sun that iw vote* are allowed i in I: e? Nttot beeuty. yield on Investments at the price.

r than the original one hundred the Library contest on money paid for .'
flew mm *%
belonging: to the Htate, 'loelud. advertising In The Sun. Only aboeewhn "Wot did yer tell de Judge?" Answers, without charge, inquiries con
.%Faster Hall and the apparatus pay the sam of ft ,V5 or over on 'Dat everybody wua tryln to keep coning Investments.
log to the Mate for the sum of subscriptions toThe Daily Sun or those B>e down" .
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>..... thousand dollar. whc pay cash for job printing will be "An* what did be OoT dally cassalta THE WALL NTKEETJ
.x Of US..u. U better qaalltted. U latest ss eyMfely
J Aa to the wisdom of this action I exP allowed to tote.Thoee Sent me op.Crchange
' and prefltaMy sad ta advise. abeeit ls,e.l-
; .- no opinion, but il is who pay II 'J5 will be allowed
very unjust Borrow Is a pchoal of virtue It corrects .eats) than eve wae .... ..t.
% tha board to 7bTWeatortlts organisation of their
0 say that they have levity sat Interrupts the conadeoce -
... aatablishad a State school at Lake choice ; I3.8O entitling them to SCO i of sinning.-A ttrrbory.
<',City. Respectfully.. votes, and ** wilt entitle them toC I PUBLISHED DAILY BDO'Y \.-

t'n> I*. CtKTSK. jO Yo a... __ .- WIN Interest 'Many
Attention Ye Needy livery person ahoold know that good ,
For horn porahasuig contracts or health to impossible it the kidneys are 44 Bread Mreet. Sew Terk.

loans 'In the Standard Guarantee and i deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure wilt{ THE OLDOT SEWS" AGEXCY OP WALL STREET

r Trust Co. Washiagton.. DO. write cure kidney. and bladder disease la every SIS n Tear. $1 a ...t .
CUttS" ALL ELU FAILS to Geo.V.. Moyers. or call at the form, and will boild op and
.....ccs....,. Teaser of .'Racket btor.*" of J,. O Erase. in strengthen shies organa so they will INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
UN a. ..... ,wit 1r sLet s OalaeevilU. If I am not there, Mr. I perform their faneU.,aa peep. rly. No
Kvana will watt on TOO for m*. J anger* BHne dan ass or dtabeteaIfraJe
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PROSPERITY SMiUS Judge: Carter Speaks of Fluctuating .._ tw 0.. x.._. W1ire. ... tltrw ABSTRACT? & REALTY COMF1 a

,.. 0.. K..__ ..__.
MELROSE Values of Lake City Property. .
ON FAIR I ltu\leon must have bet Mt beet forty; I
Judge Std L. C.r'.r returned from when In duel, t.ut nothing In kuown of (oorpo.c11 r1r

Tallahassee. Tuesday where* he has his life t,. fore tie last tour yvurw of it. E. E. VOYLE. MO-R. :l\
That This ProffreaiVe Town been for the past two or three days.In A certa I, henry lU>nl ou. or llutlnon.
Earner information furnished land toeoonty.
Railroad.: .S''ILi"R of the action of the State ,aklernjtiu of L.axhn and one of the Abstracts of rifle aaa tall thirty '.
in this
Have lived
Soon r' Oar manager bas: county J.a..a
Win Board of Education in selling! the found.r. ,if the Mu>covy company, has Is thoroughly eoaversant with land titles. '

BUILD State's property at Like CiI,. Judge been eui:i:..,.t*...l as bta grandfather. and .
GEORGIA SOUTHERN WILL Carter that certain the rv.n'loimhlp la the move Uketjr be
says year ago a
- rau*<> tt i<. certain that some of bla
candidate for Congress in the First E E 0
Assistance of Cfcfcens of MelrOSe name ano klu were Interested In the .
the District was food of telling a "
With it have been their AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE) Re ..
Spur Will be Con- coniiutn.i may ides FIRE ACCIDENT. BURGLARY ,
District about a negro and a catfish in which teecvsrnr.ndatiou that b* was first aj>- senticK a number of prominent American and English eompaalea. ""a.?,
Itr c..d to N.wburs-M.lro. Old the tith "swunk" considerably in one polnt"' l tt the.commami of a ship In REAL ESTATEUlD OITY LOA-tS. ...

Railroad Days.Tar night. The Judge always thought the the oouij.auy'a M rvlce In 1ttT. Of hIs G :a1 rt .eevilla w s F'l.oX':1.d.a. ti

shrinking was considerably exaggerated early training and previous voyages .. ..
struck --- "- -
fever h* aain. -- --
r.ilro.d until DOW he ha found counter.part "lothtiiK I. "known The beginning! of hla . i,
JlElSTd. -
the town of ...Iroe. tad it Is rumored in the remarkable diminution In history t.. as mysterious as its end He

1a. that pro< in direct connection with the died no t>u.* knows how. He c iue. Into
b\ Before the University was located at ;
world by a railroad and the our know:...lxe> on the quarter deck of a
outside Gainesville Lake City claimed thevalue
will awakedeoUens ship bound for the ole out of
the locomotive | ; be gore
wt"i..I. of of the State's holdings was two DEALERS IN-
It In manned' pick
of the 'or.."" In early a nary: boat by eight
the or three hundred thousand dollars. men' and lOt, fade away Into the dim
oraiotf and evening late. Monday, when they were trying to boyit base that hang about the desolate Irefloea. Sea, Island Cc>ttoc.. L
of Melrose are a progre
The people from the Educational Board. il was .
I wf, *et. They are not content with barely worth fifteen thousand Avery The ft'ur03''' of Hutlnon of which
I be.ojc. located off a line of regular ..DdlIIoJ.ra remarkable showing to say. tuleast TT e have n"c'''rd were not tllre.*te\l to Sea Inland Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. Walnut

communication and have beea of it. However the latter valueis absolutely unkno .< waters, but the Leather in Strips or Sides.

working with considerable enterprise obver atlonn iuadtliy his pre., un ora '"
probably nearer the mark
few In an effort to were a.' untrustworthy that they were !
for the pat year Judge Carter stated that the Governor Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Engliah{
of littlfrlc mislead him.
connection with either except:
snares railroad the Seaboard Air Line, or will probably today apply to the Tbe objtt of hla drat voyage' lu the Sea Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for Same. }

Waldo on the Georgia Southern and Supreme Court for an advisory opinion errK-e ur the Muaoory company wano GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA U S ..&;::11
$.wburg as to the constitutionality of the dlc.Mor the |">" and to sail across

Florida. A long time ago Melrose and Buckman bill and that the Supreme It to the i t.lau.ls of Splcery or Cathay." --.- .- ----.-- -.- .-- ..
Green Cove Springs were connected by Court will settle the matterone way or and on April! 11*. IrtOT. be with John
little, narrow-gaage railroad known linden his! sixteen old and
a the other in a very short time. son yearn
*. the Oreen Cove Springs ..nden. the ten men who made up the*crew of

ern, bUt for some reason thy operationof SEND IN YOUR VOTES. the HojH-ful. took the aarrament together FaySholesTypewdte :

the road did not pay and It was .at 1'It. Ihelburga'a.. In lltahopagatf. .

eventually abandoned and went "to The Result of Each Week Should be 'pnriHMlng to iro to aca four

bad" in a great deal less time than Sent in Early. days arur" In the following year
the The iron lluffcxm i*:.ll..l again, still In the service ?
required to construct it. has
vt For several weeks pact there of tin- ttiiupauj' They reached the
' vii old and removed, the tracks torn been considerable irregularity in bringing Ix>foit *ii t..tee In a month and roundetl

op' and the. road was no more. in the result of the balloting 'in the the Ni' rtint on June 1. A fortnight

Among the promoters of this road library. contest at several of the voting I later th-%. encountered one of those ACKNOWLEDGED;

VM L>r. Vogelbaeh of Pennsylvania, an places, and The Sun has been to the wonder nf the deep- which the seamenof I THE DENTMACiITE

enterprising citizen who came to Florida trouble of sending someone to gatherup that fiT.- were so often privilegedto I ON THE MARKET

for hit health and settled at Mel. the results. In the future those wltne_ and describe on June 15.

KM*, Being a shrewd business man who have charge of three matters at "One of .ur roD1I" ,. looking oven

tilting to felt that that the Mel venture rose was would the geographical ,pay re-. the various to send voting in places the result!will b of* expected the- some more board of cum saw tin. a company mermaid.and by to that aee Calling time her one abe up UniVHISAl KETDOARD[ I :v1f: : ::

up. .
center of the State and at that votes,and they must b.. in the office by was clone to the uhlp'a aide, looking i

time, a* now a most progressive vil- o'clock noon, on Saturday, to insure earncwtlj- the .D.... A little aftera Lightest Shift: Lightest Running The
!altl. Dr. Vogelbadh possibly was enthused insertion in Sunday morning' pa sean me up and overturned tK-r.
imaginary bossing of A."U. Champion Breed Writer of the World
by From the navel upward her back and

ringing of the blacksmith's hammer per.In tending in returns please write toreustH core like a woman (aa they Use the Fay-Bholet. More Fay.8hoUs In

noon* of volumes of smoke from the the name and date so that slips can be pay that Saw herb bee body. was aa bigas use In Gainesville than any other machine.

stacks of various factories etc., beMute filed away 'in proper order. Several. one of u.; her akin very wbtte. and
long hair hanging! down behind of .
he felt in his heart that Melrose
firms have sent in' their tickets. Each
color black In ber going down tffeyaaw :
vti a coming town. The Doctor him. firm should keep their votes until the her tall, which was like the tall For Sale by. . .

self "planted" nearly fifty thousand final CO'UDt. when they. should be ..
of a poriH>U and speckled like a mackerel.
: dollars In the venture of the Green THE SON Gainesville Fit.
turned In to the committee, Their name that saw her were
Cor springs .Western and induced. Tboruas 1111I' and Robert Rayner"The ,

Kber friend, capitalists, to invest Mr. Thomas in Colorado.A only really Incredible part of the

with him letter received from 8. J.Thomas, ntory la that uo more than two men
The construction of the road and all is thought It worth while to go on deckto "
with his wife spending
who. son,
iu affairs! were left entirely to the a few weeks in the vicinity of Mana- look at her ''". J... Fletcher In Mac- Gainesville & Gulf Railway' Compan; :

Btogment of Dr. Vogelbaeh and it tou Springs. Colo., states that )m Is mJHan's Magnxtno.It ,
nutt: Le' said to his credit that he performed (' his work well and faithfully.After now enjoying: fine health feelinggreatlyiteneflted errs.,... Ltbrwllsr THE FRUIT do VEGETABLE ROUTE
the air of
by bracing often mlaerltaeea orb
la not gets "
a considerable time the road was OF FLORIDA.
that climate.Mr.Thomas. a straightforward rebuke aa In the
:Ifompletcd. and was operated for sever states that C. S. Lynn of case quoted by the Montelalr Time Time Table! In effect Jury 8, leoe.No. x

*: Fran, but apparently without this city, who I. employed as salesman In the early days of primitive MethodIsm -

fro3t, a* the Iron and the locomotives by the S. J. Thomas Company, and there traveled la England an eccentric 6. ..
were eventually sold for scrap iron. Colorado for his health minister/ named Nee la. wbo was
who went to Dally No. 4. No. !. foe 1. No. 8D
Bat this has no bearing on the presit some time ago is in Mansion Springs, famous for bU plain talking. On one KxotHunday Daly Daily.rr BTATIONB.Inrlaa Dally.Ar. I >U,.

time. This was a long time ago and that his condition Is improving occasion be was preaching missionarywmona .
when there. was really no assured rea- at a village ao noted for Ita o
rapidly. small collections, that be determined

wckblepnn ,,connection and out of preferred Green Cove to Friends will be gratified to learn to pea the pinto>> hlmeel/ A M!L.T p M'LTJLf A M PM Ar AM

passengers that these gentleman are enjoying On his rouiul be came to a farmer 7 46 I... ... . ..._.......IwW4........... .......... .. . . S
nk the little steamer and the Waldomneciion good health. who w.. aa Mr Neale well knew the 7 06 .... .. ... ...... __....... ....... ... .......
of the then F. O. & P. Hail- richest man In tbe place. This Individual 8 00 I'I'i.i.i. .. ... .... .. .. rD1outb.Ide. ...... ... ..... ... ,
Ia4. The Georgia Southern and Another Carload of Wire. placed a -nuy on the plat. Mr. ft 06 ,. . ... .. ... .. .. ..... ..r. ... I
r orwl, Railroad has since been conanctrd Bell and Neale Immediately and sold la H 10 . ... ........... Hlck..D............. ....... ... I. W
The Southern Telephone stopped 816 . .. ....... ......... Lake 8)lmontotiMleanopy ... .. ...... ... .... 't is
from I'alatka to )Macon and Telegraph Company have received a loud voice: H *O . . . {
I . ........ ........ ..
operiiin(( a tint-class and reliable another carload of copper wire for use "Take your penny out man take It SiN .. . . .r . . a liable)'

."Ie'hf'n. a passenger leaves In the long distance line between out Don't you see you've covered op A 44H . . . ........ ..... .... Klrkwood ....... ........ ... ... ., 8 sitar
.Velroko by rail for Newburg. to which Gainesville and Jacksonville work your laborer' sli pence r* 6O . ........ ........... Olyatt... ....... ........ .... 6
tL&ev, Tbe rebuke was ..ffecinal. and a 9 08 ... .... .... ....Waoaboota. .. .... ........ t 48418*-;
it a Inteuded to build be has a upon which, will begin In n short time. much more valuable coin was placedon 9 16 ........ ........Rocky' Point....... ... ... . 4W ,'
gat reasonable assurance unless some This makes the Second rarload received the plate. .46M.f . . . ... ... .... . ',
1 .......(hiltlo.wllle.... ... | i
111.11&! JlOOLv 6 16 Lv alb '
80 D
occurs, that he i. going to get for this work, and others are to j IIZO lo l OAr

nton t..m" This will be a great in- follow. The pole nre being' placed c.,.._ 11 86 0 40 6 63 ...........Bellamy... ..... R 66H 9 4o 91li
feeeai-&t for 13 00 6 66 7 06 ..........(jy 111.......... 40 9 80
him to take the all-rail and in a few days It is anticipated that From Java. Huroatra. Maurltloa.lfaa. II 30! 7 08 7 13 _.........Orabam..... .... B nn 9 W 1Tralaa
"* especially since the boat cone work on stretching the line will beglo. aibar and Julana come the IttU ....... 19 40 7 18 Ar 7 9ft .... ....._peon City...... 30 9 10 1

rorion I'i now uncertain owing to the dower buda of the close tree. Wkea ........ 9 60 10 60 ... Pslatks,4l. 8. is ... ,, 6 60 p 8 00 s ..::
gathered tbe trod are red and are ... .............
t4no.i low water When completed this line will give ... . . .....,. ..+
** t(>tiiblw that the dried by exposure to the masse of ........ 8"$ 8 44 ....Z. kaOlty, (J. B. A F.... 704 p 7 42 ......
*. parties state Gaicesville telephone connection with wood fire and afterward by the ray ... .... ... ..... $10 P _..>..!<.t......., o.U A. L.... 14M p . ._.... ..:1.
rra Southern and KJcrida Kail- all the principal cities of the United of the sun. 1 n a very abort tlaa thajr ........ 11 C5 11 00 a _.Valdoata H. B. 1... 4 M p 6 20 ..';"...
*;!' In Junction with the eitfxena States. .become of a deep. brown ...... To ae- .....-.. 8 M 4 90 p .. ...Mjwxm,0. H. A F.....,11 If) a 11 40 a........
st.Iro.e! -1111000 build spur into cure a moooj >lr. and tboa Jtasp op the ... ... T 89Ar 768 j> _.........D tAl. O. of Oa....... 7 6O a 9 00 ....:

fc".U"a which I.l only three miles If the Baby la Cutting Teeth pride the Dutch 'In the ............. ceo- FM AMA' JP* J L.AYL.PMC .... ,'.

T* t."! main line of the Georgia Be sore and use that old and welltried fury destroyed all their- clove treas) os 4 i Mrs

U.rn This will give Metros eJr.t remedy )Ir.. Winslow's Soothing cept UIOMT''ln the I Island of Aoiboyna.Tbe 8 sad- 4 do mot ran between Oaloesvllle and Falrflsld ".'

:*** eonnections.' and we ataji look Syrup for children teethlag. Itsoothe. chief vast of ckrrr lev la their ? L. L BARKER, General 8uperla..ndaa.. .:if i.<
J. r. ILL. Acaat. j. D. ATIUlI Oeaarsl aii
Utt progressive town to grow andTT5lj the child !softens the gums essential oil. whirls ffirtr about ooeIxti i' 1t

1 II the green bay tree when allays all pain cures wind eolle and Is ) of their whole _.tertlt, -

VNd, :3. the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen a... *tmm. Ka-." ,
ty-five cent a bottle. It ... G8e of Joseph J..........'. dhUncctosaa > IF YtV, LIVE YOUR The Florida r

bIn that be was not only aacata. ad,..
ESTATE DEAL. < ;;,;;
Major's Court. bet aa example ef a>o.4 atagaocvttea. 'WIFE 111'1lIIalT

,. of Six Desirable : Thomas Jones, colored arrived Inhie lie ..... hawe,I. ar, a. ...... Fruit and Truck Grower;
Ooa tbat proved 11M...... "Ie. _
Palatka. and being well J.
& city .
tots M East Oainaaville.H step .......d a better' ataa af stele r HER :
i filled with Palatka boo**, became die. L.J. BXUXBY, B.Ur sad .*..*....
L !
.Ue', the naval stores oper- to ...Y III.II maesa-n aM aelws -tIt
as k-e left the era 1..
orderly as soon
.t der aJ: has a great deal of The result was that h- was arreated h .iislsabte. With Oa oasaMMTmaar e1C By' otnpalliac her to bake th. family cAL&. ..u.THE .
tee in the future of Gainer a bad quarter hoar .C allatlap* bread duriac the hot summer moo tha.
Ice and arraigned before IIU. Jlota.Xaor effort ta hear what ......s he apf1h5d.d .. sags
k'ttt.ca.JOlt porahaaed fl'OlII"A.. Thomas upon a charge of disorderly' with ...... ... 4 MpelttuU7 wb.. Boy your Bread from 9.. Y..1P....... .... .. ..s1.
alt' I kfle on Lau Chnreh eoodoet. and was fiats *. sad cost. alt this weed of .... adat.Qeatury.fMfr<< dl agIs si ...... . .... ,

Ls.t "ainetviU. Immediately . ...Keystone Bakery...
--------- -- ----
I tie
'xr' t.hr Park property.' Is'. s Mviak of tine, work sad moaey.Frwfc .

states that be to well ....... DeUTr BaBy l ly

..w *". porvaaM.. The day' tor wHI tell yoo why tecrttc M"ak To mil psrw of she ela,. Also Oaka A ralegoto.ly Ulu.trstsd
r* l-:' ale be WM offend morw"hat tltlla MMt SeS so other -( a the la
for >ti, tinst .sT pvdsetlor_of .

l of for be J&Id'ow'* S.- Hcwflf whhi y fc ...... '._ ... ... .... ... .i.t st1v.Reisbl..

half-fatoslsatt, bia$ rs- "' .__ .Jr' "'d';;"', 1 .li:. ': { ; iou

u. itrip'''' >w..i "t .' ....:....I. .. ;:--....... . . ,..' *
l art,. I
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; r 'THE PAJ2.I* SUN.' A '11 LO AUL 2 ;"l bjf

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: tlahappy D.*..... I -
) Food ThatDZDMUISIDN D6ctG90aI #
Dickens bad to confes. after a severe -
trial of married life, that the skeleton i
i PARTS OF FLORIDA In his domestic closet was becom-'j j !.STRACT co Iflc,

Ing **a pretty big one." Then, in 1857. j
I i The
: question
came the crisl ; Render reliable services of
"Poor Catherine and I every eort a' '
not made Lund Titles in the '
Brief' of Title the State of Florida 1
Happening* Prom Various .
for each other he wrote In a letter to AUchoa par a
Sections of State. The Cod UnrOll Kmnbloa:: Fmr 11seed ees"tat For-ter, "and there In no help for it. consideration county.first __
c-: ....C.W.. ,,ldlesa'e' Bre.cl...... La Orir, She ie exactly what you know in tbe -
see. Threet cad 1.1I.... C.tarv: .......-aa. way of being amiable and for SPECIALTIES Abstracts ef Titles; Tat; si ,
: complying
: ..THE'MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS c-ptJoe: and all Pulmonary IHtemMtm All but we are strangely 111 assorted for Agent* for Nen.Rrt Ident Land Ovrnern 1 "r j,,.,
two coo and, Etc."r ",
Drualsis. sizes t. urtt.r
g - the T+wns,
+ the bond that 1 IA between u*. God investor.
'tTranspfrint: in "The Land of SlowerThine *." TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto knows abe would hare lieeu a thousand

:i.. '"Boiled Down' to Suit the3fusy all sending name and addrvat toOZOMULSION time happier If abe had married another References: First National'Bank of iaint'n:

'' CO. 9& Pies' Strut. New Yerk. kind of man. and her avoid. Dutton A Co., Bankers. ? F
"" Reader- Itema .of Interest to ante of this. destiny would have been

l, ci...... at least equally grr.Jd for UM both. The
\r'f '
( HAWTHORN. years hare not made It easier to bear
a There la talk of. tCO.OOO knittingietory for either of us. There In, pleuty of ,

\: at, Lake Olt,. The Normal School-Bad Outlook for fault on .iny nkle 1 dare nay in the G. S. MERCHANTS COeRet.U.n

t t; athaa O. Peony Is the new poetVJMfcster Cotton -Personal Not... way of a thousand! uncertainties caprices
' at Vera Brevard and difficulties of dUpositloii. and Jobbers in '
county, Hawthorn Fla.. July 24 -The Nor-

t a) sweet potato crop of Pasco coun- mal school, under the direction oI J'rof. but only one tMiiif will alter all that.
,.'ff and that la the end which alters
,: :III be the largest ever grown. J.'N.O.erholtz. Is progressing nicely .- everything. Staple and Fancy Groceries
and will continue for six .
'ra/ $r.h ),,1. Boehaoan has been senfciMeed weeks. There
be are thirty-two In attendance and all Where !ideate i. G...... ,
: to
postmaster at Slayton. '
rain iardtn Seed and.
.showing marked advancement. This story IK illustrative of tbe nbao- Fertilizer
"m'. tax levy of Manatee U
county W. 8. Moore who left some weeks lute silence alai lonelluetta of the typ SOUTH SIDE SQUARE.
i i i
.... per cant of the attested valu- ical Anntrallau bush camp: GAINESVILLE: Fumi
ago for Utah has written home that
., Two Highest market price paid for Chickens.
men were camping together, but Eggs and other Pn
ly> jpurchssed a beautiful farm In daceA
/.;-qe elerksof Jaek.on..IUe''wlll haretf rarely exchanged a word.
that State. It Is ilnder.tood'that this Complete stock of Hey, Corn Oats Flour l
One morning mitt of tb& tn-n remark.. Bran Meal, Cotton *
.. hri lid ST every week on Thursr estimable family are considering mak- ed at breakfast. "Heard a cow bellow and Kye.EST- 'Wirhandle-only. the.VERY BEST goods at the LOW.t'.dif**1 M

( ',Saturday. / ng r Utah their future home. In the ewalopi lust now." PRICES and guarantee satisfaction alw.f

Goat Hill ball team of Apalaehl- Misses Janle Stringfellow and Fannie Nothing. further was said and they

.*peets to "butt in" on a. few Moore spent several days last week went about their buslueHs fur tbe rest Bstsb1a .ec1 1B7E1P

ft** before the season' closes. visiting. friends and relatives in Waldo. of tbe day. Twenty-four hours later

'; August 22d an election wile "OeJn William Littledale the genial candy once more at breakfast:, the second HELVIEJ1. '

ApaUohtaola to vote or forty salesman for the K. J. Smith Candy man said: ZDTTTTOZtsT Sc CO j j"i
"How d'you know it wasn't a bull r.
sand dollar watecworhproposl- Company of Jacksonville Is taking amonth's
Again no comment Again a pause of

id.f"' *people of Manatee are receiving Mrs. P. F. Stock who has been quite twenty-four first man began bourn.to pack Next up morning his billy"the =* ADo :KERS

',*.Ir,, melon ,oVly from Georgia, and III for the past two weeks, is" eonvae and "swag""You

.\ IIP. to be receiving some tine scent. .going?" inquired the other.
Harry Barnett. better known as .OY eta"
-eaeralbBkiaabi lneas.buy and see Forelra and Domestic! Eiefckcua:
:!Orlando 'Happy Harry," has resigned his post- "Why p."Because. Tbe recount ot banJu.baD kere.eorporallon..f armor,merctaoi r.j mien
Is keeping -iip with the pro. received oo favorable verma. Special f_ Uuee'o
said his "there'stoo makloc collect:
ion with Johnson & Waite .and it Is friend on* oo tij
...lou and there Is not a week ceecalble point In tb. United S,.te..
passes much argument In this
understood that he will engage in the e.mp.-
"- t' what there Is some Improvement mercantile business In North Carolina {Cansas City Star.

Ie.thai progressive town. Cotton crops are badly. damaged C -AIN:mSV-IT Lm: FLOR) A

!.; Ninety' per cent of the divorce eases The[ bright prospects of a few weeks The. Boss Worm Medicine.H. .

",,the dockes at Pensaoola are ne- since have vanished completely. Other P. Kumpe, druggist, Leighton.

I. It seems that .It Is hard for the crops are flne. Ala., writes" : "One of my. customers

". Ua4 folks" to be constant. ---. had a child which was sick and threw LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This

fte B. A. L. freight office at Jack- Feel Impending Doom. op all food could retain nothing on its .

viii- was robbed Saturday night. The feeling of impending doom In stomach He bought one bottle of
coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can b.* CRl1! for
",.. cashier's room was relieved of $200 the minds of many. victims of Bright's White's Cream Vermifuge and It Institution the .
competing for beautiful
'aa4 In the various drawers disease and diabetes has been changedto brought op 119 worms from the child. any library, when properly
filled out, signed and returned to the ballot boxes in either the above
It's the boss medicine in the
i thankfulness the benefit worm
Oftford Sumter county, has a new by derived world." White's Cream Vermifuge is stores.

> rmtbe H. O. Collier mill and crate front taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It also the children's tonic. It Improves

YNtass. having consolidated with theaMreftQtlle will care Incipient Bright's disease their digestion and assimilation of Name of Institution. . . . . . . . . . .
; establishment of J. T. Turujf and diabetes and even In the worst food, strengthens their nervous system
gives comfort and and restores them to tbe health vigor
dl 00. oases relief.
$ 1' Slight Name of Voter. . . . . . . .
and elasticity of spirits natural tohildhood. .. . . . . . .
A. brand new Ohlokering piano has disorders are cured In a- few days. "I c Sold by W. ,(. Johnson. TilE DAIL\ M>.
...purchased for the Oifonl school. had diabetes In its worst form." writesMarlon :

'..!$hey also ha.e. new first assistant Lee of Dunreath Ind. "I tried What Yo>. DOM*$iMeo- .

ftMMhei-Miss Coral Shelton of eight physicians without relief. Only You hear something a this everyday
three bottles of Folev's Kidney Cure In the week: .Ten'years' ago be
Waynesvllls. N. O. made me a wellm.D.:' ..1V.. MoCoI- couldn't get credit for a suit of clothes. --w-tLec.::: ears Need ofJOB

:,'1Z. O. Rawion I. In the Jacksonville lum A Co. _______________ Now be can write his check for S6OOC ,-

.jill to await what effect his carving A BAPTIST MEETING. ." But when did anybody bear anything .

wUl have on the anatomy of Albert like this 'Ten years ago he PRINTIN

,boas He worked overtime on him in Santa Fe Baptist Association Will Hold was thoughtless and regardless of his

's' saloon Saturday night. Big Meeting; at LaCrosse.The fellow men and cared for nobody but

,}f j Sheriff Perry of St. Johns county. Santa Fe Baptist Association himself. Now be In kind and gentle
and Is a constant encoura enientto all Sec..dYo-
jtvho eaptursd Frank Duncan the no. expect to hold a big union meeting at who desire enlarge their faith In human Order to

.'!torloas. murderer and all-round crook LaCrosse for three days, on Friday. nature."-Kansas City Star.

,:1';.&.. never received a cent from the. Saturday and Sunday, the :28ih, :29th THE SUN JOB OFFICCL'Y'DE

.eoffs. expected. Orino Laxative: .. Frofl Syrup gives - .- - .

.Will Taylor, the negro hanged/: at The Santa Fe Association. is composed permanent relief In cast;p of habitual
,.:-\Qreeo Cove Springs' on Friday lent.ejomnltted of members of the Baptist congregation constipation as It stimulates the liver LINE

"; two murders besides being from several counties, composing and restores the natural action of the

:. ,robber and burglar from infancy.He .. a district. They are accustomed bowels without Irritating there organs

:;. l made a full confession on the gal.'t !. to meet once each year, when a like pills or ordinary cathartics. Does

t i 1i\ ows. For many yean he went by the grand love feast Is held and the meet- not nauseate or gripe and M mild ..ndplea.an'
to take. Remember the name
'':;tss ID. of Reuben Reed. i ngs are. conducive of much good felluwshlp Orino( and refuse substitutes. J. W.

,The city' authorities of Jacksonville and fraternal good.At McCollum A Co.

.n' make an effort to release' some of this meeting a number of. the - P
most in the
prominent Baptists district
\':'fee) Inmates at the j.II-the bugs and '
1 WAS looking about In lUrgen'smillinery
expected, and some good and
Vermin will be destroyed by fire. The
X '
department today, began tbeftohenilni
la called interesting addresses are anticipated.
'jrteon "Raspberry Park be'eot .
: wife, "and I saw the sweetest
Amonit those invited' to speak is Rev
i of
some the bugs are as,large ass tbln "-
S. H, Honors of the First TmY: B..A.XLIN'GSUETWEEN ,
tier > raspberry. "y_." !iuterrupttM. her foxy husband
A Jackson Church, this city. Mr. Rogers Is avery "that's a Treat Men of narfcvn'a to put
county hyphenated publi Yorl<:
., forceful and interesting ,talker JacKsonvflle and clew .
mirror- all round where womencongregate.
eatlon ought ta send Its negro printerrts'to you Calling' CHARLESTON. S. C.. both ways.
Booker and will no doubt deliver a line address '' .**-.1.:xehan ass.
Washington's school to learn
'; the rudiment of punctuation nr get upon this occasion. The Finest Steamship in' fee Coastwise Service
home people" are 'luqulaltlve. from habit
? aome cotton picker to read the proofsafter Asthma Sufferers Should Know New Southern Line:
;N, ', his murderous composition, be This.Fulry's not b-4>an!.e they want to knowvPoutb Clyde England and
Honey and Tar has cured l en 9 fore placing It before Its readers for Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON sad
.,.u, ca.-. of asthma that .. . .
were considered - -' ----- -- ------
perusal.-Jasper New. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points.
hopeless! )1,.. Adolph nu... YOUR HAT Calling at Charleston both ways.
John Oarahle shot and killed Tom Ing. TOl We.t Third tit. Davenport. B'R"IVI SAIIING:3N
Jones 'A- '-IV --tilEBL:::: :

on last Saturday afternoon tenmiles Iowa, writes A severe cold contracted Mar Be ..,...* ...*. lees It seas Southbound.... ...... . . .. ... .....From Lewn' \\ hsrf .Hs-i. ,I *
south of Live'
Oak Gamble twelve years ago was neglected Northbound..... ... .... .... From Foot of Catherine .t., J**-** 1ee i iClyde
elalms that Jones made a criminal s- until It finally grew into asthma. The A man usually buys a Hat tHaf "1
sault on his wipe, who Is Jones' sister.tnlaw. best medical kill available could style" but tbe Modern bat for me* hat
not Iota to answer for.
:,... 1 mined lataly after the killing give me more than temporary relief.Foley's il.Mhe-.Od are crowUvS more nurner St. Johns River Line
Gamble "ent to town and surrendered cu.. every day. Slate make excellent
Honey and Tar HmtweOt1 and
JAC ct
was recommended oiM>riL.s.ic SANl'n"'r
t>re Nlinptacoo for tbo 1'A.tI# ..rm ..!
ta the .
: marshal| 1oUnanhl.. and and one flfty..nt bottle entirely which ep tbo life feces the root of the Stopping at Palatka. Astor 8t Francis. Bereeford (DLnd). *
,\Joaee were in town together, on Hatur- cured" ''m* nf a.'hm.hloh hadt h&1r Landings on St. Johns River.
;f day ilanthle, returned home and ... for >*'hen your bale brtM to fall out and
got n growing on me twelve ,.... Steamer JACKSONVILLE
your x--4p !. full of e.adrur it .. CITV OF
hla lie If 1 had taken it at the I ,
Jones start would
ion met returning and euro earn tbnt tbe-s eo'la.' Ueer.rn. .re
t shot a load of buok hot into hie ban been saved jeers af suffering." busily *t work.Tt Is appointed, to sail ..follows" Leave JACKSONVILLE Pundvy'
head 1 1bunt J. W. McCollum A l'u. \*r. !. but one way to overcome the and Thursdays.. 3:30 p. m. Returning leave 8ANKORP' .*IWednesdays "tl'
killing instantly - trouble and kill the j-r-ae--th.l way U and Frida,.. 9:3O: a. m.
Our Summer Tourist Rates Via to Apply H.**j c'*> Iterp* population i.i c" .inopv>llliin, says Atlantic _.'J-It wtu tn weerwe ami be.U .y ........... tiCllHUOL1F: ,

Y' The P... County ln ocrat. AlracMlevery Coast ..lne. hair I* sure te Tult.. Leave .r Xpm..... '.f '....... ,Jacksonville . . . . Ass .
State In.'h. I nion is r.- eut. If ye t contemplate visiting summer 80'.....the I-.t': a 4-....... "ttd t6c' I', t:4S plD. .... .... .,... PaUtka. . . . . . . ", .r s a
wt. for .e.mplo t. Tbo ller4ckSo, Co.. SKXJam.4oOam.. . . . . . .
ed. Bide by aide are found the men rr-uru *e. ticket agents Atlantic Coast I IUne Detroit. arks .. As tor .... .
I . ....... . . . .. .(1&. Francis .. . . .. . .
. from Georgia from Michigan, from and get all I..IormatlmI'h ref rJ.I M. BWIferd .M Cev- Special' Agmta .. .. . . .. . .Bereeford (DeLand) . . . .

'1 Maine and from Alabama, from Ken create to rate, rootee, hedulos. and ---- - -- -.-- Arrive 8 tSQ amlOrOOana. .... ...... . . Oanford ... . . . . ,
., tueky, f rotn Teaneeeee and from Penn Pullman ..,..60.. Summer tourist rate* . ..-.... .. Enterpriee... . . . .

.,Iya..'., from the Carolina, from are now In effect' toil) the prlncipeJ resort AT ST. aUJUSTIHE.T OENEJIAJL, PAB8. AND TICKET"OFFICE. 122 W. BAY ST. JM Keo: .
!i ----- -- - - '"' -
Ohio.trorahntand.teotlaad, Ireland. .. throughout tke country with return r taOJnIO'1'oaa..za.. Asa,o- rasa ..... nlW': n.v NQipKS IKtrr J II
f (German, all have< representative limit October 1.'. Katea have '- T.lie1; h,......rqaeaeVie. att ., w"a.ooonat.Jr! VYMA.n' < C p WYL't' e'er
t what Is better they are pulling t'gesh.r boon announced to all aprincs. moon VJew, tote!. '>Fre* ...... .].r.aCb&.rft. flow.. taptir..e ........a... ..__.me'v rje' ..
. t .p > l s ,
for' the d .lopaa.n' and ate and essence ireortax. For ,be first I ..... ..ass '11O"psi w.TIt3IVos.tJ.. JiiU.... JC.C'YD& Wl[. P, ;rYlr.a t
,. ape time remsrt-trt tis.....eJ< Y ,A.u.
l e aow oei aaOe = . -. lie ... Q.Nrallga (0..12
,1MdW1aa o''<..,th.. s00retj. to resort lm Mew=..SlatIerNtory.. ....'\ W...1.. arya.
-. ; .... ,. ". t'l... Ctr.alrpa.......M ....1.srs
; + i (r: ,, . ... .....,., !.:w. 'iw'o. t ...' J .._ ............. -.+pr. 1 iit a i
': I.'i v! ) \ ... .g .
& / t- .
'. .. .- < J "'J'If"" .; ''>I;1. "q. .:,;.Io<.it. :."{" ,;.d;.: :J' 1,.' :;.1t.-t .;. .'?' >;:.... ... YR ,l .



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I>, pA/Lf COTTON PRICES. The Snny. men ofh.* press are 'in*

;; cHnednnke sport of Mr Root'* re. '
gtuuf the JOY OF LIVING
; The action American CottoiMannfaeturer form r '. <*y in Philadelphia a* Mr. THE
*' Association asking thai I CAK JMi WV7XO.T REAJ.IZaUlWXCXUV TOC y
i Weaver* attorney,:and his J.id..a-
the Department of Agriculture, take no ENJOY GOOD HEALTH ,
I --:= post omc. .1 GaI.a m. na. ti,.l) a ; r"tit'D'"h..n we come to 1

f P--4 /s a...IDs,.eocd-eltwa asaF c.".". steps toward publishing a revised Jun' thiuk t!.a' tlve dor of the politics of

r cotton crop report before the aoci- l'hdaJt"'I"dA, remind one very foriMhlj .
- -'R1AMT. TL1tSOr .nd f"Qbltfotier.T tion is a hearing in regard to th
; K- : I of a latin ry. possibly through formerleader :

t W lSHt.E1.Ar'ota=!Editor.E :__ matter causes no surprise. says The S avacnah n, ,the Republican party nf that to
Newt. A committee of the association .
BCRTZ.J7j au Jl.d1\CW. city b*.q i v n tanner, we are remindedthat M ry
.E E. i* to have a conference with .' .
pUP ,ation of Pennsylvania as
NRC>dNY. Ue.n'1 TrmTeBair A lfea'- the Secretary Agriculture at an early well a. hiladelphia polities will put

art day. the ma; r.ty. of the leaders there out
Tit.;:: f' EW1'I'T.Sort.Gomroon* Rooms. The manufacturers of cotton goods Of bustle..#.

are almost as deeply interested in th U
--- ---- Liver Medicine
I'OJlTIUl BtOCJC The Po ular
of'FICJt TSLaPHoJia cotton crop report a. the cotton planters The lit riffTille Hun doe not theatre

.i .5.".. u..n :rcct..So 434.. are. They want the truth respecting "OMttl I.' take the place of the trees." Win Keep You Well

::1 tiliLY >CM.publiafcrd c'T1 motaing.aties i the cotton crop made public. Juggling and never expressed any such an idea. ;
carrier la the city ofa
IItfCcd: "?aaa.. produced by TOR.

; toaay'c-ar part: o ails month.: I1.S thrccI of Agriculture by its ..gpnt.I. .-!"i'M.n ought to know that at PID LJVBR and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not nil your system

I :etb".f.rU of a 1') cents for HT* w_fc trictl7 iD is extremely injurious to their business. the present: rapid rate ,the timber is with Arsenic, Calomel and QuInIne. They. act and as rank Isave poisona a trail

s ""'- They cannot do a profitable business be few which vitiatsj the blood. dsbUitaU. the.system ..
?}''.'c. being; slit .chtered.' it will only a of bad symptoms which require %.... to obliterate. HER*

" -o; tics?Us k *Lestialra Iq nests a liar when there are wide fluctuation year h.' .re every tree Ht to produce a INC. ia purely: vegetable and containa no mineral or naroeOe
. rtioa..nd S teats for each addition.adTettUlna In the price of cotton and when such 4x4 will h.. sawed up, and there will poisons. la absolutely harmless and la the simple remedy ef
.t Iar'''&iD. fluctuations are frequent the disturbances hardly I !I... trees enough to furnish nature. It carries off all poison In the system: and laavsa a*
tartioc.pie. '
( .It i.ptay ad known 01 in their buiue are so great shade f..r *! two-year-old. Then r r- injurious, affecta.

phpllpa.. that they are apt to suffer heavy losses. hap. the mill men will be obliged to CURED BT HEMB1NE AnD OTHER t.

,. --T'- "-\'"k.bun U mn cICbt-pa.forty They want stable price, because raise cattle, corn or cane. REMEDIES FAILED

; nr published every Monday UK such prices enable them to make and .- ---. "'
Itnma wilr and contain all the new. of the maintain prices for their products that -- Mr. L. A. Elicit, Ir.dell. Tm .yal 'X "wa.
., n.da1. aad CCDCl'at. .nd will b. Mr 1.. T Hrumby Ocala traveling nick ia bed for eight months wills liver trooble. the
: _It. ..ugeittte. I o.." pert-! the Unite yield a profit. They are entirely willing _" 'f'.ntluiYfI of The Uainssvtllw doctor seemed to do BM mo f xod. I wa told to try
taulr.T, punpte that the cotton shall have a eared In a snort: time. I cannot
year-fa .UT nct;. growers Herbln and. It ose
" ,<'t Canada.for<1,00. So,', lruN'.*d in to The leporterotfioethis highly.' :
. fair profit on their crop., and they lire week to pay his respects. The Sunis tecommead thia WODdafal..ucbae too

ay: .d.tMinK bills become due after fins willing to aid them in any way they of bet published inFloruln TAKE IT NOW
unles otherwimJilted one i :ie papers
prar.saof .dTf tUement, can to obtain such profit but theyarnagaint THE GENUINE
\ in contract. Partie not known to u. ant I i I. a credit to Gainesvilleand LARGE BOTTLE. 5to GET
t condition of afTairs which
-ndvertUin&r& ta adsect. a it
be rrquired to pay ,VUcMia' county. Long may
em Addrc". TUBDAU.VSUN. enables the canon speculators to make shine..:.< range County Keporter. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

Gatxaavtlta. FJ..&. the price of cotton to suit their own - --.-- .-
ST. L01 V. .. A.VV" .
... interests.The .
not fvrlrrt M'Ilh.wt" Men. Klai.......
THOUGHT. manufacturers of cotton goods
AN ADVERTISING liven: a l rief holiday ut the seaside
have not been active! in the cotton crop
wan tn tuirlett Klnm>ley too long annlwtxf D EY
Did rOll ever hear of business mac scandal. Indeed It newspaper accounts (runl hl. wife. "Thl place, .1

Ukingdown his sign ID front of hI. are to be relied upon they have 'tin t"Tfi,'i." be write on one ocoaalon d. JOEJ:: SON', C rD.izs.ee Ai

U t I:ore became, business; was doll and had nothing whatever to say about It. .but It ......!IIM a Iretitn and Imperfect

&tUf wet no one passing bT to see In.. Now however they are beginning to without ? >u. llletuted t>etttxl for the "I 'I'I I"
Yet the"* are some baslness men whc awaken to the fact that if the work of rent tlinuirti I never before felt the

Iduui.inK d urlDg the dall sea- collecting cotton crop statistics isn'tdone iouillii...< of toeing without the be- {
loved Ix-itic whose look and
which ii the very time to useprsten' honestly they are going to have ahard every
gin word II.ul I motion !. the keynote of Ilf
: ink. time to keep their mills running. my 11 f.- INikpIo talk of love endingat You Are Insured.
The inference to be drawn from the the ultnr. Foolur* .

Jipan it in no hurry to end the wee letter which the association has writtento

MloofC al her credit <
the association is satisfied that the A manlio knows It all" won not Written With Liberality of i'olioy Contract and the Compaaj

The Kansas oil refinery has not got government can come nearer giving In tli... I.t..t: surprised when he heardof c Pays Losses Promptly '

the lead of Uncle John D. very much. the public reliable information about ti niott.r ear which could btt turnedat

the cotton crop than any other agency.The Hill in' o a tMHlittfMd or grand piano. '
looks !!. MII Id i I." known a man who turned You Are Assured
The yellow peril has got near enough association evidently upon .
motor Into pole, a
it ir n ,
to make some people feel mighty un- the cotton crop reports of the Southern ,
dllvls a r iu-*> stool n home all within a :
.MI. Cotton Association with some degree few hour That no serious loss caD overcome you without you have some
r=r======= The wantto I' refuge. I
of suspicion. cotton planters - .. ....- ....., }
- --
A member of the \V. O. T. U. refused get as much as they can for their -

to ride in an automobile because it ".. cotton and it is not to the advantage I'

no t>j alcohol. of cotton manufacturers that the price = Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance
of cotton shall fluctuate greatly' or ; I

Jirtn now has half a million men in that it shall be so high as to limit the :) None but Kellable Companies Represented.JSL. 'U

the field and the little fellows are wor market for cotton uoods There I.,

rjicit eren thi Germans.The therefore, some antagonism betweenthe "e -. .. 4 ::.r a *eabis Rs.se.Ie "4..Nth. !

planter and the manufacturer ieed.mincS..lOw.f.._ ... r.t i.40..i4.n. .'.It.s.i... I / SafVX.A.N: : :
ct n.w U"
1Vl C
It Is therefore that the :::na ::..: .: .. .::. Ste.rl:r. Tee wla.w.rd ,
not strange
market reports quote "butter ....,a.. ."..., ,.. !r.IINaF.: .K.T.b.at .
American Cotton Manufacturers' A..oel&llon *' '
strong and cheese active, The Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

_tllh., conditions are perhaps to regard with some uneasinessthe r.TM .

,balte! _ activity of the Southern Cotton Oowels, I I I I I I I

Association in the matter of cotton ..
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If Uncle John D. would only send crop reports. -- -- ''' -
litlarbell on a vacation trip he might .k

let her to kip one issue of her magt RATES TO THE FAIR. cA.ta asvwAVrss
,lilt tory Whiskits Wints Bttr and Mi
The Florida Mid-U'inter Fair Asso. .
_._ _._
- --- ----- -- -
trunk - -
obtained from the -- -- -
S G matt.r whether the bones arethae elation has .
< of Janet, or not, the monument Rhea of railroads leading into Florida TVs..I4 > F.T I'nEKM riCCPAlU. Bulk Weeds-JUK, t'r'ee-r.t

*il!l b* hit, and we can place our floral decidedly low rates for the fair to beheld l1.w..N.4: N e.r..r t .t a e..7 .. a. butt Qi. U__ur.. 4 Qt. a. _It QUI. Items IVr Uallon 'y
Tampa. November pith to 30th. lt.f llaa; *,m,dr c...Cfcl ...or".Y. SlaeAMMHALUL Hunting Club llr. U Ia e6 dl 00 s r 00M. direila. Corn. )oo IU'UOD> that at TEM JMUJtM MXES : .....,. 'ounty Ht"AoeUl .- i el sa f toMueoevaai U410 I'vr OaUon |'
The following rate to Tampa during t . Itre.GIn. Corn. Hunt. Vine gsallqi s
; leY. I 111 lid s GO /'t N. I'ar U.lluot5i.
Tte bar m the St. Johns river Is the fair have been agreed' upon : .- -" .' --- ..-. "__....H.. Ilr.U. 116 100 f so ..Uln. Corn, IL.,,.. heel for the

IIlIt.tlt the people of Jacksonville From all point in the "'e.l. HO percent i Or", .. .. 1 10. W It 00 M44 tie I'e.nh.s.4 t.n.l .Ap.lebrandy.r Uallon l die
fare for the round trip I Malt Wbl.a... i n 100 I 10 *>O by ave.
aoruro' tJp than the little difficulty of one!
I**_b Mandy I 11'.00' b /1 a.h'arttalhrst
.tt ot'ier bart are having with maximum rate of $:A for the FOLEY'SHONEYMDTAR Ai"'.. llraiMlyHotlAAdUlo. U U.... 3 '"1 coo 10 VlotorU lire, rxmtal lirutm Kr.. M.dfe
round trip from all Ohio points, These 1 10. m mU.sealla >iuallirL.KM1 -

LxI: .rnrNicholasand WIU rates have been agreed upon by the U :: aas HT tAtVl IIKKK. i'e.
Emperor North Carolina Curn i / Ile air '-&e,." ,...., .. ,...
lam ar. to have an interview. Dig up Southern Passenger .\..nclntion and Mountain UoruJaauaioa . 17. 10) .. taus I'aic U
Hum ... I tIIJ I M 7 M . ,
nf Washington
tWI( double-column) from all points . Blafxlanlan. :
cots of them Merloni" Hun s n a GO a solrst : riarfct ..
,11I4ur..r., tiaiHiti... UU.:
page. Kla of Kw IbMfrbon Tft a OU .10 ,.. ,
% y !*._ A t.. |.*.. .F
York boats will sell f.,r one fare for Th..dgl.alLAXATiVE . As.orte.ol AU4i.*4 oe All aooca. of ..... U.ulan. ... "Hioul.vT. >1"... ... .

.: 1\. I. >.. patrol 1 wagon at Tampa the round trip_ Pn .. I I.rv..by the bWo uo 0..11.. ,."ua. .i
C..lh ramtfy.Tae -- F -
-- -y ;
l --
.w.Urrt, U. enlarged. A few nights
idea that hay cannot be grown y JACKHOMYlJA
t.x.k sit trips to lodge one bunch gonuino T. ... l.k
ka.; They In Florida a* good as that shipped In .. .. .
were coon crap shooters. rOLETS HO NET e.nd TA..to.. : -- - -- -- -
from the North, will soon b** dispelled.The .
hay In this country is all right if a Telteve peeaa... Re,.... stie...-..... !, .. M. 0., ... Prswidsmft If, K.TA were, C..kfI

Th 'ral'( hate done good act in oc. properly cured. Many men on farms eepereel only by Oao. W. lima YI..-TT.ald.at lie CHAIIM, As t. Csabf v,_
;, "t -,
m'et fillet -,I It.., The Czar will have could raise hay h--rand never thought Vvr Hale h; J. W. MH'.||SJM ft ('.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BA1O3BP
new 1 location to send pris uf trying it Ie i. no uncommon eight
'sir'r. now to Ire a load of Hue hay on th-
,-_. --- considerable l quantity will
street, and MEN AND WOMEN.a .
't'f J"lIo--; ;:;a' New Or- be baled here tin season .,.. I'.. sr. *** *..asiem$ : aFa rrr:ma-vxLLm: .
M 1 .r.
.'.-i. U. rl 'I-Cnil( quite a flutter *ir Catarrh- Cannot-- be Cured11'ith a..a.... .e ia.w..a.. .. M w.wbr...L..NaWerrw. .... THE ONLY N4TIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA.P; ', -
.. ,
> '-orter.81a1e Health H.w..Y t..w r.l.t. .e4 .s wi. .
<.e,.. C ..., .
tvaesCatvSM r .aww.
r 'l -, 'local application, a* they cannot I '
; '" 'i. no worry or appreTV saMsn.i s.sd. err Il.wwrs.. Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . .f&O.OOO OO8urplu
reach! the seal of the ilieoae. Ca- e. a. N .I 1..5 wrs/w
.r ,,.... r f.
tarrh i I. a i blood or constitutional disease sM.. ...a e..e gir. and Undivided Profit . no.OOO 00
"J tth of 17 summer has and *n order to cure it yo.i mutt I
''n llsll'. Catarrh 0... eat.....tJ' a asables b"' _. wtlb fasitltiee eesal te ear ftaaa I. sit. ..tatsIs.
tai el a"Is.e. They are take Internal remedies ........o' ,__,..M.r..aa>..Cory.rai.....e... lathes.....* sett t 'IUU'". a* they will g.n- Cure I. taken 'internallyaid Cr sSeelau.,,....-.. nil.......tese..esed Melte0ely .""1;'

y t what nature ha so acts directly on the blood and mucous H.z. TAYLOR. Cashier- ilnJ

surfaces Hall's Catarn Cure.i. not a PATENTS - -- '.- ---

quack medicine. It wa prescribed by

'> 'Si. Augustine. It U one of the best physians in this country B. F.
t for years and w a rere.r pretertp* .c o a*j o ocr_sij f 0.Jti ansar.q.r'MI LITE AMDACCDMT
Ilow. ,
t *
population of i 4* rt i
tion. It I. corap M.. Z* the Ur.l tools
w *n that city get all the I known combined with the bt blood -. -, IN ALt, COugvasaa. INTIEa.LDEe
r'' . the A..ae fff 'I we N..a.Yfw..r. Nv,
directly on ma-
"menu, now planned purifier*, svetlsig
,.. .
4 ***t
tm w + *f r/4 ?
surfaces. IS* perfect combination ..
grow more rapidly eo ts f aa/M U hapl0rsc.I
a< > ,.
of the two lagrrdionts what r v MCASNOW COM ,'
'* I.., -::= produces soh _4erfal results la .. M. sirs. 0r.1a rstrst11.IN.vO.s II Mss
1 dealer is advertising rorlac catarrh. Head for t.*tln o ialfr e. 4. .* I 1

w '' r'r' .al!,,. "-hal. flgnri **. F. J Cntatr A Co.. Prop.
ef r ToJedo, Ohio.
) \.
'" : .k tfI.oGleS ui .gnJig. Sold by d ra.s... pri 7&a. ;
h -Qnd e. "'oee .a3. tits .. Take llall's JrVmllj'7iUc tar eooett*I eA .OCsX QA1NUIV!

ti.awane..f .... -. ..
.r ti..1.
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difficult! lo rcnltze: the commotion Ita Introduction M'KINLEY'S DEATH. I revewtcalb c..ry .-...... nTaJN'ESS:: : -
:t. cautHilw-Ix>n.lon ( Iobe. The Introduction of staife wagon Cv _Ahty

H.w tk. A.seta.. ....'Wo..a t.Get .. S In England about the middle of the seventeenth w

fit, THE DANCe HAD ITS ORIGIN EITHER IMPROVING HER SKIN. wad Give the few.e. century led to nanny abuse. DR. DaVLRE B. }l. ,
'' I On the afternoon of Sept. 8, 10O1. In London they wire known aa 'bell
1 GERMANY. 0.. ...._...r After B*..ty T.I1..f worn out by. a long period of exacting carts"' on account of the hot time they '
. .DEXTl
\ H.r! G..........._ labor. I act out for Philadelphia with gave the unfortunate Inside Their

f." Eta I.......... tm !.<. BC..I*.. C..... "I wNh the papers would quit pub- the purpose of spending a few day at drivers were said to be seldom sober

1 t': 0__' ._. lal !. T..' C....." lIphliiK these articles that tell you bow Atlantic City. When I reached the never civil and always late" aDd their -

... wad Fors T.'... Had ............. to !b*> beautiful" Maya a young.. matron. Broad street tattoo In the Quaker. .Use-copied by other .ehleJeatw. Office

. ..- :......y Iw .. ,"'.rr.. "1 wan. fairly content with myself till City I was startled by a number of policemen neb that when they. broke down all over Marcus ED"<>. ...

'.. I I+egan to read them. I had an average crying my name. I stepped traffic behind "waa necessitated to n
ti No exact: date can be ascribed to the
goal kln. too. but I've steamed It up to one. who( pointed to a boy with stand stock still on most beastly deep. r. A. CARLISLE,
Introduction of the waltz Into Englllnd and creumed It and massaged It till an urgent! message for me. President wet ways till It pleased them, to Jog

'from: Frau(". In It:1OO: Ullray pulJlh.IJt"d It'. a wreck. I've been for two weeka McKinley. had been hot at Buffalo. on." During the reign of Charles II. ATTORNEY AT "AW

/a.' .cark+utare of a couple waltzing trying a new beautlfler for It. I've and my" presence was required) at our parliament passed an act concerning And Solicitor ,

.r''h.t.JJe' note that "this wa Intrudedflorg'quiz been rubbingmy face with allcea of Philadelphia office! at once. A me- : the size of carts' and wagon, with extremely III r..MUJJTERDINAND

.; II.MMI; the then foreign dUII( onion. It snakes your eye water andIt age bad been cent to me at Trenton. I .. heavy penalties for Infringements Real Estate CODVt'Jan.lral .

,waltzing." Agaftsln JM1O the same art- glvea you an unattractive perfume but my tra.n bad left tbe station precloely I but when the act came' to be ( Practice All 'ng and Ges.

I'lat publinlietl uitotlter IIkt'it'lI. entitled but the article said It would producethe two minutes ahead of Its ar applied It was discovered that the model attended 10. Office bu.4Lr/" ; prompt> tlJofllee. !

t-La:: "Wai*, L' lion tieiirv." with the soft velvety skin of a child. and I rival. Handing my. baggage to a hotel prescribed by It was Impracticable to U.U E"nee"n r.j door! p to Q.

,Mt.,."The 'will.** was at this time new kept It up. Yesterday my husband porter, I Jumped Into a cab and dashed neb an extent that tbe Judge gave _ "'0&:1)4-:

.'"k'Kagland and J"I'It' coming lulu fusliV rose In his wrath. away to our office.! I remained directions not to,enforce the act.A BAYER
:.00./. 'Whnton earth make you nib your there until dawn. of the following-

"-The'fame or. rather notoriety of the face with onion be aald. 'Wouldn'tllmburger morning.The B__.... jC.lfa*.i. ATTORNEY AT i dally

dance bad, lnw\'r. reached c-beene do for a change opening page of the story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning baa set QAIHESVILLK, _

land some yarn previously l l>r.y Why. wouldn't potatoes or asparagus the aa** anafion| were basely written. quite a Homeric problem as to the } .oars,

had seen It ilunecd In Purls In do aa well Does It have to be onion and I ordered a substitute. prepared.An place of her birth. The Encyclopaedia Can

Sand was u.oMI l tll write "Mow It doea.' \ _Ido Inexperienced. reporter stood beside Brltannlca gives London but the Dictionary proved sell and your city pro>* + -

ly an English||.. ) mother would feel You'll have to show me/ said be. President McKinley In tbe Mualc ball of National Biography prefer trucking and unimproved; pho.phale, ,

:a.e. herdaughter '"o unfumllhirly.tad' Let me ace the'article that turned your at Buffalo when Ccolgoaa flred the fatal Burn Hall Durham and there Is an : a list of what. farming offer land ::'rsd Edo
you for
brain. I don't believe It 0010.... .i.sieW 2H_
and still more tq note the says abot. He ached a neighboring tele- entry In the register of Kelloe church
..l4ging manner lu wlllt-h.. !... freeto I believe It .a). any. vegetable you phone and notified our Buffalo correspondent referring "Elizabeth Barrett Moul-
the happen to have In the bouae.' and then the E. BAKER
returned by female pulled out wire ton Barrett daughter and first child
Italic** In his jouinnl decljire-4. Hint "Thl. made me turlo.... and I brought In order to render the telephone a of Edward Barrett Moulton Barrett of ATTOKNEYAILAW

...".t ever produced IIIIU greiit: a out the "rtlct."b.t do you'think It wreck ao that It was a full half hour Coxhoe Hall." Browning himself however .
.. the kwon anld? It didn't say. onlona. It said cuciiinliorM. before additional details could be . SOLICITOR IN CH . '
fion In English society us t any declared that his wife was born \ \I *,K\
I knew It '
of the Jcriii.'in waits." was something aecured. at Carlton hall Durham Now. Carlton -

'-be atttrlbute to n..roll1'\ you put vinegar on. That'a bow I hapIM I ordered competent men and expert Hall 1* In Yorkshire. Finally.. the GAINESVILLE '
>ti Hl to get mixed. After this I'm Alachua l FLl
and other about the ".'111' 111.rejates telegraph operator from Washington authorities are not agreed a* to whether Office ,
gulag to let face alone but I nban't in Endel: t...Oc..
t bow tlx 01orulll,,", nhl -h'hitherto my Albany New York and Boston to hurry Mrs. Browning was born on March 4

been de the .re'.ow utmorbed) at till I die."-Wa hlngton Pont. All that night the Buffalo office!
park was fact la that she was born. DR. J. U. ALDEt: L :..
la practicing the !ngurra 'of afench pouring forth a hastily written but London Globe.

.. i quadrille o< whirling n chair LANDSCAPE ART. faithful and complete account of the

.' '4 the room to ,learn tbe step andflleasure tragedy, and by daybreak. a relief force Forced to Starve. DE-Tll1.:
,> of the (CJeruiaii-walt The Work of ... No... K..o..*. MovtAlthough was on the. ground. Day. by.. day
...._... B. F. Leek of Concord Ky. '
Gard..r. says :
/.Itwaa, dance at Almaek's by n few through the long vigil while the presi
'.er-r', bold spirit, notably JAn Paluier- IA' Notre' life wan a long dent's life bung In the balance each "For 20 years I suffered agonies, with Over Duitoo Co. Baca' ,..

Jklme. de Lleveu Princess Kter- end a busy one, he coin l not possiblyhave Incident was truthfully and graphically a sore on my upper lip. so painful carts

and heron Neumann, nud thus designed all gardens with : reported., In tbe closing hour of sometimes, that I could' not eat. After

a a matter of exhibition the Which his name Is now associated, more the great tragedy. false reports. of thepresident's vainly trying everything else, I cured

company standing on benche to or lex'* correctly The list Is an astounding death were circulated for It with. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve." It's TQR. GORDON B. TISON.

tbd performance. sue ranging as It doe from the purpose of Influencing the stock great for burn, cuts and wounds At

$owver, the antlwaltzlng party took Arunjucx and LM tfranja In Hpaln to market and to counteract them Secretary all drug itore ; only 250:. DENTIST.

_lanD and cried !It down. Mother WlllicluiahoUe and Orauleitbourg inierntatiy .. Cortelyou wrote frequent signed .

It, and every ballroom became (: from tile villas. Albanl and statements giving the facts to the

.cene of feud and couteutlou. How Pampulll In Home to Hampton Court Associated .....".-Melville E. Stone In TheATLANTA Office lo MUer LAW EUAIHBHTILLB. '. :.

nd was Ita unpopularity In cer- and Keniln'gton gardens In England. Century. _

.quarters" la proved by, the pa*'|ul- Dnt directly or Indirectly be Is re- .'LA.

leveled against It. The famous sK>nlble for tbe spirit of all these designs LITERARY DRUDGERY.Froude JOURNAL

lteto line commencing as b.. created a school of outdoor
tt The girt I adore by another amt art. which, modified and adapted passed seven years La collect-

." "to,Draeed 1 I"' to suit various condition and climate. lug materials and writing his "Historyof FINE WINES LIQUORS A CW.\( &!|
spread over the civilized world and U Daily
.commonly attrtbutetl' to ]I, ron, England. .
the foundation of all tbe landscape art I JOHN HENZJtS. l>rutneiotS19U1
jfh they were publlhed auouy* Nearly five years of Ir"lnlr'8 time
.f today It wan he wb/>first released Sunday W. Bm> Jacknont ie r.Fauat .
sly Jii un::. and aome authorities were consumed In writing "Tbe Life of
!..,Thouia Moore ns the author. Anpromptu garden* from their mediaeval swaddling George Washington:' Don'tl
widened Semi-Weekly beer bottle and draught
clothe, their
purporting to be addresac.l l narrow Gibbon devoted OVf't"'twent7 of
years fail to call on me when in JaoMAXKRAUSS. +lls
an Indignant: lover to bill betrothedher tlCnh'rli. did away with their childish his life to the labor of reading for and

partner echoes llyron'a feelbrvhed decorations. of fantastically clipped writing the "Decline and Fall. SUHSCKIPTIOX PItlCE
trees and made them Instead dlgnlUod
: Dickens says In the Introduction to BY MAIL.
part of,.u splendid whole. To sonicpeople ,
ou'v. the bloom from the "David Copperfleld" that he two
'. . peach. l bin.. gardens do not now seem attractive DAILY AND SUNDAY.One Representing
years !In the composition of that novel.
\ from th. ro.* It. oft hue; mi. account of what Is called jear . . . . $7 00
-What: you'. ". touch )oar may t.ke. their severity and coldness, but we .' Bancroft devoted nearly thirty yearsto Mix months . . . . 3 !5O E. A. WElL & CO :rr. ;
t lPretlr .U..r, adieu. must remember. that they were entirely his "History of tbe United States," One month . . . . . . OO ,
r blcb Is not a history of the at One week . .
I'Another poet ilcllverttl hlmnelf of thewingdlatribe appropriate to the place ff>r "which country 12
: \ they were designed and perfectly fitted at!. since It ends where the history of Sunday only one year . . . ZOO WHOLESALE SHOESOf

.. art Improve In thl. Inoplrlnc age! for their uses and .consequently,. artistically the country properly begins.. THE DULY JOURNAL. All J>e cription".
i mount the boa Mild Iwr_. tread lh. 'wlrabl.-UeatrlE Jones In Cruden labored nineteen years on his
(Including the Saturday edition).
m$ stage.Rkdl..waltdWx.
Concordance to tbe Bible and Immediately .
fn>al*.. with unt>lu.hlnic Bcrlbuer's. after Its publication was sent One year . .$5 00 -- -

t fag .. Biz months . . . 2 6O
DiMalit to dance but In a mi\i>'. em- CRIMINAL INSURANCE. to a lunntlc asylum II. never fully One month . . 45 Sole Agents for 1IO\..\nc.U: andMVEI!

brace. recovered from the mental disease One week. . . 10 E1Q ) *. Every
J. -I'11. waltx, however," coutluufiIke n........ .1 a...... ......Ur brooch on by this gigantic undertaking. Full leased wire. service of the Associated qUALITthOt":

., "atruggled.uctes.fully through.:; Carry .. tk. r..la.... Press aud a large and efficient pair warranted.J. .

dllttcultlea. Flaurbault. who "Olnilmil luHuranceUr aakl detective. of the United
Ita wu a corps correspondents over -
"1.. the .....t.U.w....r pt..... States.' Manasse. Agent
fleur du |K>la In 1' rl.. CUIUH owr Inurauee. that thieve* andMurkletc
aM with a boat of others dru\a theInto take out lu case of arrest.l'or VeryiprlmlUve: water pipes of an ancient The news. while it ia news.Special .

.. >> tbelr Intrench nieuti*. .\11.1 I instance. yon are a second story date have been discovered' lu the features in Sunday' Journal. GAl ESVILLE'S FAlOKITi::

the Emperor Alexander wu seen innn. You make about $2K:
biDe around the roof at Alunu-kV" the n\'entire second story ....u'. laconic were hollowed out tree trunks fitted Magazine Household section Hint by Marion Har-

tth Ala tight uniform and nunurouttaeoratlou tind ,von carry anx'lnaurance of S1t>tNI). together so as to make, a-wooden coadnlt. hand and How to Pieerve. Your RENO KT.
'' surrendered dl Cur Mhl'.-li. the The Joints were somewhat In '
they at ctv- yon pay big premium Health and Beauty by :MM. Henry
of f-TXt: : n ).."r. Now If 1'uu.... arrest the style; of those of a fishing rod the Byrnes. .
.. the wait I ed. the thin end of on. trunk being made to Gossip from Foreign Court by spec-
; .ftl. a moot jHiInt whether insurance company ate|" for- Pool Parlors
fit Into the thick end of the other. It ,
:.Originated; lu Trance or <)errnuu>'. \' want nud h"uyou. ft.ouu. Thus you ial Correspondents.
. whether It came front the French "La are HI.1.| > to gel the twit of lawyers" for Is supposed that this means of supplying Complete society .section containing
Manchester with water was In both local and foreign society news,
\Volta or the tlerinati. national dancv.th JTonr deri'lme.. .
use about 2UU years ago and discoveries together with all of the news of the C. Burr 'ruprlf'hr.
./ "LandUr. According to French 'I l.U..It'r: ,. of stolen goads are uau ,

:'...&borIU.... lj Volta was Imply the ally rich, and l It it these men aa a rule of the same kind made In. othertowns Carrier service in over 400 towns and .

10.waltz a trots) teiups. Provence was its who tirr>' on the criminal lnauranobu IM to confirm that view. The elites. Subscribe through your local

'" birthplace, and It was drat Introduced liH a. I l know boring through tbe wood was about agent or send your subscription direct
y Kouulnebleau au.r. tour Inches In diameter. The supply to Circulation Department Atlanta
.t th court of lie try II. at .
... In ir>55 by tbe Comt d. Haulte.r In New Turk nnd a third In $t. lx>ul ( 1 Ic absolute than Located In the Porter Block,
much In quantity .
.'mau,. called It La Volta de Haulte. and and the premium* are always enorUiou no"". but very much 1 lees In proportionto aid. square. Three Hr and court

['the' name I U nultalde both because. of *. 'I'hi* |Is. tir>i-uui>" tbe danger- ofarrest the lapulation.Itlakbole. LOUI5VILIFINASHVILlt[ ( 8 Good service lliaU.9Lt:, *.a and public prompt is ('lord ian, ID'II+

the tt)nwiogy of the word and the I III ..u wrvut.ltealde .. tart. Wae.111ee.Few and always welcome..
character of the dance.It .. the criminal Insurance concern .
bird have" larger famUle. than --- -- -
eujojrd a greet run throughout I know of a curious twuencialoriranlaatloii .
Ibo hljthholr.: but. were It not for the
'! Senses and even wuetrated to Hcot- that la conducted atuoutt .
number of his family, bow eouM behold R. I It.Very
laD. where It wet with furious opl
    his tin n analog *o many ftH'm1ee'Uia ,,
    cue writer Hverrlnic that It. lm of the orKftiiliMttoii |>ay* In fl a .
    thou 'Into I'rnnt had been effecttbe week, and lu caw of imprisonment his. ('On-Ik-uuU. ..1and color alwaysmske Ala.hoa county. I* 'lad,4r urrt'i
    to the collector
    him a shining mark
    Ry" | every
    ac. her agility In this his sentence last.- -lAHiUvllle' Courier& mile wagon road. W Pu=
    baa collected flicker eggs. n. I Ie a X Ph.pE.tlaate70saw '
    but she was careful not to retied. > JunrnaL. mer Tourist Tickets 123 public ecbool.
    - fellow ..f expediency however. If hla mills. fSur f'O'IhCHIM.
    .. ertiueut. and this was
    home ,U rohlw-d. his wife soon lay another On sale aewspaper..ad prdn
    dally to various resorts North flee
    Bit) last I beard of It. A Ner/ader. ..
    .. wet of ear*, It U on record that and West, limited October 31st cotton. "* .proata.
    to re M com.
    o' ) ... ease for Oertnany; Is that the1111aCwalta It I* amualng at tluiea to noticetbe ;
    ; tune 'which one pair, when tested by the removal turn Including Chicago. Milwaukee.' ry*. potatoes. pineacca'ante. '
    appeared In 1OTO In efforts railway Isrtrrs make to.xtra.'t
    a of egg after ec*. Lid ..evrntym..gesto : Minneapolis, Ht. Paul Denver Colorado .. peeeb. pear' pnmFr'
    pq kr;t.. ralletl from IaTHE
    oar o du Ueber AoIIlMtlg. tips paaeeuuera.Tbe Springs, Paeblo. and all kinds of .
    three .11\ ., Ft. NfcrhoU ears
    .", From Germany th* dance following took place. at a large seventy low.
    ... i rate* to Portland
    isa/e It*way. to Vienna and was Intro- station la the north of England A por- Or.. aeeount Lewis A Clark
    ..-.. ,...... .. .... T..... .Centenn at
    i y n' ale. to !'(4n. n"l



    j4oTMtn Y10HT ON_F'ftElE PA.S8aa4. Chicago.Robbers July Kill Wealthy S3.-The Chlca police oan.believe! Matliusliek Pianos SE..A. :B C) ..A..

    , /4. aM, Come Before Present that the death of John Tamer at the
    w LegiSlature. City Hospital yesterday. an hour after ,
    Air Line Railway
    ; Interest In the asa. he had been found In a doorway, at
    " J
    , uanta.; JII1bO"....e of representative Ashland avenue and Emily street was: SOTEl) FOU TWEET\EI:: !* AM> 1-(: IU. ,
    .- of beHMened by the fact due to torture Inflicted by men whoattacked . . FO n. . .
    wtll t be TT OK TONE, POWER A.\DUCR.1.IIILtTI.
    4&t hlaeatr and robbed him
    e of Bibb) wtll make TVsmer.
    Iaall. :
    ( rcoa.id the action of the who was a properous real estate owner Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern .

    ..,c. Ia i del..UnC the ..U-RsS pa" had collected rent at several

    oe 1 which be !I. wtltor.ltotion places and was going': to his residence -- Pines Raleigh Richmond Washington -
    QI debatable when he was attacked
    recorder 1. by highwaymen.He ,
    . to B.., plaao to- ibis! uric climate! staadetntune .
    therefore. to a certain .s. fought the robbers, but was worst. toa..r.baa Baltimore, Phila-
    lll. others eouvrudtevt of ,
    .aarot It the debate on the aattpaaacour .d. A blow on the left eye> which best lI:1.uen&1a.: and most; arur4ueosst

    ripen Oi this debate I. .up- left an ugly cut proved to have knocked p OIU.aJD.ble. delphia, New York

    1a. limited to the reeonaforrecoaalderatton. him unconscious. H*- was dragged t'ptodae a e.e"Jr
    ,._! to b* bat ..ch Into a hallway, where he was founJ detail and Ce- h

    ad MILAM I. boUnd to branch out facie several hours later. Nan N. Three Elegant Trains Daily.
    a d.:.. taCO te 0a.8 catty the aatl-pau Sold by as continuously for
    w$1kottld 01" should aot be p..d.der Anarchists after Crown Heads. Seaboard 'Express.Seaboard i

    , do** not appear to b* much New York uly 25.-A meeting of

    . than: tbe nous* will vote to recoo one hundred anarchists was held Sunday OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS

    -t becau e a reconsideration re- night says e. Herald dispatch Mail.

    *.dr.. only a majority of taos* pr se4not from Paris. French. Italian and Spanish without a single failure. If von

    4etru constitutional majority. Mr. agitators were present. Violent want a piano for a lifetime's M,

    asd a. he I. U.a.ed. that move speeches were made a militant program service Lay theIVXo.tiliLVLje.lxe
    constitutional majority of tb.yortse being advocated, and It Is said
    Gala a : : k 7Prloes
    t. ID favor' of the bill because to have been decided to proceed energetically .

    several wbo were notmeat against European rulers. The Only Line Operating h
    found .
    )e bas sa low aa La eoaaUt nt with qu&luCae" :
    when the vote was taken who Spaniards were the most vehementand or on easy .."ma. Seat.. l I'day*' "
    will rote for it If It cornea up acaln.ir Mid they were In dally communl. trial W* pay frelfh Wrtta Daily Throuzh t" Pujlman! Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans '

    [ Anderson of Chatham, leader ol cation:" with towns, In the neighborhoodof for prto. TDD AY. x

    ike" opposition, takes Just the other San Sebastian and that their { For full Information aftd ...I lper reservations call on an* agent Seaboard Off'

    Yifot tbe matter, and, the same twoceders rades at Hendaje. Iruna and 'Om'l write. A. O. MacDONELCx.S.. O. BOYLdTON. Ja.,

    ) with their able second willcolabiy ri were awaiting the occasion of the I Ludden Bates Astt, General Passenger<< A\:1, lit, Passenger Agent i

    , fight It out again on the floor dally promenades" of King Alfonso to JACK9OXVILLK FLORIDA. .,

    |tk!t. morn! IngIrglnlature. make an attempt against him -

    Tbf' has four very bury Southern Music louse Take The A nti0:08.5t:
    fvtk' yt before It. The calendar la Bent Her Double ?

    with general bills, the large t
    1 high.! ,
    tiled '1 knew" uo one, for four weeks, whenI SAVANNAH GA i
    sujorttj of which will not get any FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS rt rtVia ;
    [ was, sick with typhoid and kidney!' JOHN D. MURPHY ,"
    Mgr. '
    to a vote.Ite '
    xre near .
    general", appropriations Vi'1.!!'l the t.roublewrh.- Mrs. Annie Hunter of ESTABLISH 1.1); . 1870 Via Via I VI.Dupont .
    : Piltibnrg, Pa., "and when I better, lupo" r. a o. .. +lue
    whlc-JB gut East Sooth S West z z
    : tax act both of ;nustpasici N th H t "". ,
    1fIIt'--1 k 't.! the new county legislation although I had oue of the beat doctorsI GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts, or laok..lU. Jaebo..m.or !S..a.ah1p Tjn >MoatceaaervRapid 'YUIe .

    [ui. a t.. W departmental bills which could Rt, I was bent double and had 'tMTA.. FLOItlliA.

    via d walked From this terrible affliction I
    [ta trey he general assembly more! Table In effect April 16. 10OS. t
    [ :; during these four weeks,I was rescued by Electric Bitter, which Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive Froei"' '1'

    sd other restored my health and strength arid . - -. -- ,- -
    | if acre are many measure KOK ' -- - : : -==
    ['of tec* 31> Importance which will now I can walk as ttrafuht> a.Ouiranteed ever'. 3tIOptn i high t4llruap and Inter. 8t80aae tx
    b.1 They are simply wonderful 1- \
    It rouM up for consideration as the to cure stomach, liver and kidney Special : OccasionsVIA Daily mediate I'oint. Daily I

    ,JOrUlllty: arrives. I disorder ; at. drugstore ; price 6Oc. 1211 pm Ocala. Ia.eeburg and Tampa and g r10 p lit
    D a matter of fact the house will \ ''
    Daily Intermediate Points D.JJy
    ; b,f *i l I.-t all of the present week Military Convicts Escape

    > fcr the consideration of any genera! SOUTHERN RY, 1 :ro p au Palatka Jacksonville. 1111: p mm /i
    Spokane \Vaih.. July 25-F"lve milItary I I'
    P It urrs that may come up on the oalevUr .' Daily North East and West Dally
    convicts have escaped from the TWO TIIAIN3: DAILY KA8T.

    [ because neither the svpproprla- guard house at Fort Riley The 12:06 I' m High epringsll'ayoro.s,8avannah, Brunswick, IlIa/ pan,1,
    Leave JarkMiuvllleOtlOa.. nu, :t&a: m
    ,Does tr tbe tax bill will tie; ready be. I
    ] L-L
    names of the men are Frank Burns Daily Albany>> Atlanta aU Points North' mast West Dally
    fen the end of tbe week, and the news.usty ._ ._ _,
    Oscar Reynolds. Frank Collingswood #41 2.: Atlantis Oily. N. J., and r.
    i bills will not be reported for at i, \v. Lamb and Harry Undone The out turn. On vale dally. Limit October ',2Ipm
    IkM t.o weeks yet and perhaps more. 31. Igor I Roehell., Mieanupy and Oilrs I
    break was one of the most daring eve| D i
    .04.73 liar Harbor Maine and
    attempted here. The whole post out re. ______ ___._
    KILLED ON ACCOUNT OF GIRL. I turn. On tale daily. Limit October
    of doors enjoy; the cool evening alt 1906. P
    1. I :110 a In 7tf0 1i1
    [ftthtr and Son ObJ.ct to Daughter and five guards were! In tbe adjoining flt 4.1O Saratoga Springs.< N. Y., and Dan, I High Springs ,',

    and Sister's Sweetheart. room, the five men sawing their way return. On sale daily. Limit October ...Mena.y, a:.
    through three iron bars three-quarter 81. 190ft.ft --- - -. : -= j
    - -- -- --- -
    lo&Doh"a... July *5.-Aner a Joint
    ttial! :lajtlnj of an Inch thick and escaped through .OO \Valhin< Tew. one week the Jury in the a window. turn. On sale dally. Limit October Ipal railway In the Southern Utatee, are on sale by the priaclpal....... '
    of Dr A. R. Iloback and his spa. I 31. 1906. _ Through Pullman leper Port Tampa to New York, via. Atlantic Ocaa'?
    Ifwd Hoback charged with the murder Baseball Players and Foot Racers) Line J also via. Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. '\

    [list winter of John R. Jett. at Floyd I I I Louis J. Kruger ex-ehampton long TWO 2guV; ; Daily Weal.Lrave For complete information call on .

    fa, :ate last night returned a verdict Jarkseavlllr 7t4& p. M., 7l*& p. m J. A. OOODWIN Ticket Agent, 0.1..avIH... -
    distance foot racer of Germany and
    argtitting: the elder iloback and And 8.0:; Chicago. III., and re tarn.On Addreeci -
    |lie Fr-d Hoback guilty of manaalughl -,I Holland writes Offt. 27. IBO1( "Uur.I ) sale dally. Limit October 31, 19OO. PRANK O. BOYL8TON. DIs. Pas. A Rt.. W. D. BTAITBr. Trav. Pass. Act.1M a

    [ fli'n' ?; Ma punishment at eightbars I'I log my training of eight "...k.' foot .:_O. O Louisville, Ky.. and return W. hay at.,.Astor Ualidla.Jaok.oa.m.f Fla. 7:'."
    !In the penitentiary.l I races at !Salt Lake City In April last, Tickets on aalc July SO, 811. llmlleo H. M. ERBON. Traf. .gr., W, J CRAIG Gen, Pass. .A.... ? .
    was I I I used Mallard'. now Liniment to my August 10, lXtt( Wilmington N. 0. Wilmington O. :

    l tattT of Dr showing Iloback.attention whose faml111 to a greatest naiinfaetlofi. Therefore I 4H6.OA Knoiville, Tenn.and return __ ___. __ ____. ... .._ ,_ ___ ,.. . _,__ _ . ._ ___ 1\\'

    recommend $now Liniment to Tickets on sale July 15. 1001,
    oblrced highly
    to the }
    match and when,. limited 15 days, Extension by deposit SOUTHERN
    a. three all who art troubled. with sprains, RAILWAY. {
    | moon met Jett drew a knife: hruiftea or rheumatism, ," 'Z'sc. CiOo and until Bept. 80. l Iikgi,

    | M TOUCJ UubACk drew a pistol. In $1. Sold by W M. Johnnon. Dining Car*. Service a la cartr.Hleeplna effective. May 38, 1908 .
    JO* drat Fred Iloback was cut almost -art,
    - -- --- -- car reservations and detailed .
    11..*-> b y JKt and Jett was shot by, Mexican Bandits at Work. Information cheerfully fornlab -- !

    J'tt4 Nolai'k! while the elder Hoback I San Francisco. July :.;.-The> exam M) upon application. Psaeenger oflle S Ye.U ..le.Trains tUal: Jle.( 84 Me. SO NerthLT as., "...t. -.18 (,.
    ----- -- -- - - -
    |srtekj." 1DH West Bay Street. Telephone. -- --
    i.. UQ the head. I, finer today said: lkti::-!. sassM &Dj J. G LOHK. Ihstrlct Paesenger Agt.Jacksonville. : Jacksonville.. ,Ho. Ky U lOa 7 66p I I Lv Jack ,na111.. Fla. Ho. Ky.i 7
    Et.1 1 tmmediately. Fred Hoback at the mercy of Mexican baxdUa. II. S Ma. I Lv 3..up ,Ho. Hy II 4O* 1O 4Op Lv Jesup. {I.. Ho. Hy. 10''
    b'.?.,J ,,>"'II>en life and death for Loomis a Ban .Franciscan", held aprisoner Lv Savannah 80. Ity 1 3p( 11 16a Ar Macon. suer; t ,nfb. All the Ar Columbia Ho. Ky 8 Mp 0 OUaArChsrlott Ar Atlanta (la,, Bo. Ky.ArKom b1tIS/
    parties are In the n untalna of CVrm d* '
    Pray Su, Hy Kiap: .B Ma *. Oa Ho. Uy. 7 ;
    m this aectloa.lnd Han Juan, near Han Ha! Mexico Apromise THE SUN Ar Cireensbtiro Ho. Ky llSal 121Up Ar Dalton U.) Ho. Ky. 8II5 ,

    or the payment of a ransom Ar Dsnvlll ?S... Itl'._:I :aia. :aArluonmood Chattanooga. TenuAr Ho. Ky. 485

    >g. tion, a.ut"Ol his life, for It was the Intentionof JOB PRINTINGDEPARTMENT _H Ky 6 a+taArLynchburK e Islington Ky Q. A O. 8
    wit '. "" robbers to kill him after Ar Glneintinti. II - O .% OLv 7
    < rr( antons, rrvarttiar'* *la'P'lluy the they So. Uy 4 84a p
    h'k" ) of the liver, contfti'ntioii had stripped| him of all hit tffrrts. Mr Ar CharlotteavllleSo.' / Ky 0 IRe 6 lOp (Cincinnati. u. lug our

    hit: t of the heart r I..ximl*' Is the up Tintendeat of a fruit Ar Washington.< Ky OfiOa B COp Ar Chiosgo. Ill lug Four '7Pa
    hail ,. ..'hp.f po I at San Ittaa and U wellI :Makes a Specialty of All Kinds Ar Ilaltlmore D'. It. It. 11 Sfia Map: 1vluulauati' i. OAr Lines. i
    : and other company
    nervous Ar W. Ph'del'Ja I I'. It. IC.. 1 4Ap 38fta: Chlnaif" III Pa Lines 7Lv
    halt'tf..u., ..I. .% I..... kin, foul tongue, I known In th1'! cityCASTOR of Plain and Fancy Ar New York I' 1C. IC.. 4 lip fl. BOa. Cincinnati. Ot II. <% D.

    Q '**t and a If gion of other I Ar Chloagn.: .Ill Marion 7LvhaleinnallO
    No. 3t-"New York and Florida Express.

    wideatruetirr: ." "all Drawing Room t O II.4-h. eAr
    malady among I CommercialJob Sleeping< Car Fort Tampa and Jacksonville Toledo. OAr C. If A I>. i
    j. Detroit" Mich' P 51.Ka 7
    . f !HI tx-ople. The llerblne Infants and Children. to New York _
    ... (01.,.. ,all these troubles. Nn. 3< -""'..hla.lon and Florida t"uefn-naU./ ((OAr Lines'Pa '

    k, .*. ,J by W. M. Johnson. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Limited," Dally Pullman Drawlnk Plttsburii.. I'*,, l.In..1
    I Printing Itoum Sleeping, ; Car Jacksonville to Lv Cincinnati, OAr itllC Four ;
    I' Bear theSignature New York Cleveland.' () ling lour
    3n 'I| .. .
    Lamont ---- ---
    Dead..7:5.Coke ----
    K .
    of Islington, <> Ky.So.
    -. : Daniel .for. T..r.Tau.. JAM .r the Haj" 5e. SO I Ar I tulavllle, Ky Ky, I
    . .
    of I Mo( H. .
    -y war under Pre- II Ju Ht lx nU. t Ky. 7 N ,
    I Folk Enforces Sunday Law. Lv Jackeonvlll. Via ,H<.. IIy 7 &Ap
    led! at his Ar Annutoii, Ala Ho. 0So.
    country L. Oa. ty. <
    -ran nab. Ho. 12 Ibis
    t t m >k. Duchess county.t i Si Inuia, July -J, AA" result, ol Business Men Ar Columbia. S, O No.lty Ky OUJH Ar Illrmlnghsni. Ala' Ry. llet* fat

    tI'f JI1..... Northing j{ Governor Kolk' stet roitnatlon to apse : Ar Ashevllle. N. C. _ ,$ra. Ky I flap Ar '.mphl.. Tenn Frleeo AOfteKrlaeo
    araoancemenc of Cokil > the rUT police fore in an effort la Ar Hot "..ria... N. O Ito. Ky 9 alp Ar'Kanasm (;",. Mo 9404

    ya a "' atb was made public 1 break up alleged violet: )jns of the &in> ; Professional Men Ar elaoxTllI:: tfun So. Ky of 01" Memphis;Iron JTSOp
    Ar Loul.vill. Ho. Mt4la" Hot $Hprlng Ark 070st R,
    7 ,1a.t night. i day saloon closing; law" in St Louie Ry _
    k ,a" Ar St. Louis. rt,. Uy 4 Mp 1M-"Tb. Florida Limited.**
    rstjxi, r a large force '+f city OlIe- Manufactories Etc rs
    > .
    wever. that then Cincinnati, (} A (). N 15Nn. I Pally solid vestibule fish through"'
    8 scattered throughout the
    ., tptted.: although CoU men day eo. he and I'ulbnan t ll.epla '
    x r *! bf'-wa |la feetUe health country And fourteen arrests were Legal Blanks on Short Notice. at-Dalll' Pullman Drawing< Care Jacksonville to n.isastl. '

    .- !b.,. of the ia*>*4Jat. made on charge of IIpineaaJoniU Doom. and 8.... Sleeping' Car between No. IB-I'allraan Drawing Room

    .'we pt"w8oft at Altamont. the open on S..nljaT"arrant.. were later Tb. following letter from one of our Ja-- kaofivilU--' -sad Cincinnati.IMnler' Sleeping Car betwe/ln Jaeksonvlll;j

    :'"'! ,atry home at UUbrook.X seenred, and the men 1 locked u; ? at mail order customers la .*lf>..splss.t.r .* Itiroilnicharn. MentnAI is. Kansas Oilf'
    .,.,.. ...,. _,"'y ...... '..rtt,. all Eu...... C'ar 8.rrl... and Colorado gprliyt*.



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    CITY AND I Be sure and get your new suit at .1'1 S. H. Benjamin Vernon Chitty of
    ;1 OF Manaase's.Mr. WILSON'S. Micanopy were in the city yesterdaytteorge T. F. THOMAS ),
    and Mrs S. K. Dupuis and children -
    COUNTY CONDENSED of .Alachoa visited relatives in i "MUtiuefleM. the progressiveyoung
    merchant of Kirkwood. was
    this city yesterday.T ( (
    trantaoiin:: buine. in this city yes- UIIDDTAIIM"FULL
    K Pickett, the lumber manufacturer terdmy \ r.
    Interest Oath. t
    jitters of General of New" berry, wa. a business visitor
    Joseph Kilo and nephew Crockett '
    t red by Our Reporters. to Gainesville yesterday Our Valuesin Kite, and George!: Dampier, all of LINE OF ;'"
    Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Thomas of Windsor Big Hague f
    : were among: the visitors to this
    PERSONAL AND SOCIAl ITEMS were among those who favored thecounty yesterdayDon't NEW GOODS.]
    capital with a visit yesterday.Dr. .
    all forget the excursion to Tampaon -
    and What 'Is.GolnsHapp.n Morley and wife, who have been A
    -n_, Has Happened July 3t" t over" the Seaboard AirLine Agents tor...
    Told In Short Paragraphs visiting the latter's sister Mrs. L. B. Round trip t3: :!.\. Tickets goodto \
    w "H* Who Runs May ReadIt Long have returned to their home in DRY GOODSKeeps return until August 3. Special train Monuments Tombstones.

    So That Tampa. will leave liamesviltto at 11 a, in.C and Iron Fences. '

    In The Sun. Ladies who get their calling cards Us Busy. C. irioklaud of Hague: one of See Our SlImpl__"
    Great values at J. Macasse's.Old printed' The Sun office, 25 for 60 the leavJiui __ &1l
    farmers of that ..e,*tinn,
    for sale at The Sans cents, have Ore votes in the library \ .v
    n-wspaper.' wa in the city yettertlay. Mr Strick- -enM a\aI attention tt all matter

    >bce.' tfKernmber contest. land states IhatuUOh i i., opening mxl this live Mail and telegraph .
    the Big Coat Sale at J. Miss Mayme Shun has returned from Big Assortments of that several, farmer. will begin "picking promptly attended t.. ','
    iaau.e's Grove Park and Hawthorn where she next: week
    ) -
    tadif'I'Ca11lnjt cards In latest stylesIt has been visiting friends. for the past. Embroideries Laces The tlavor of Blue, Ribtion lemon
    few Gainesville. Florid
    San office days I. and "..111111J'.e', In tOt theyare .

    L B Long has gone on a businesstrip Col. John B, Dell has returned from and all Wash the only perfect lemon nu.l vanilla - -- ..-- -.. --
    10 High Springs. business trip to Hague, where he extract 'HI the market. A.k your uro-

    Fire room cottage for rent-barn went to look after his immense farmIng Goods.Mrs. err for Blue Ribbon lemon and tamllaTakes THE CONTINENTAL|

    "taJ F. M. Oellon. Interest. less. Flaor perfectly
    liable. ('.U-F.ItEST A UIU\T.
    To Tampa and re urn. July 81, only Green Chaires and Edward F. Fisherof \\". B Holder formerly ..f thin city t

    1225. --eaboard Air Line. Old Town were in the city Mondayon but for the past few month traveling

    Col. II F. Dutton has gone to Jack business connected with the United representative. of the lUggvr Shoe.

    ic-Tille on a brief business visit. States land office. R. Wilson House. Charleston. S C. has been in

    Hoot and lot for sale In South Only $2 25 Gainesville to Tampa and the (city for the pant two days workingthe
    --- -- ------ ---- -
    return via Seaboard Air Line Monday, trade and greeting sib friend. Mr
    GsioririHe. Apply at Sun office. July 31. Tickets good returning August E. D. Stanford has returned from a Holder'. .ut'('...* has been remarkable

    Urahsm Long of Tioga was transact 3. Remember the date. business trip to Ocala and other pointsin in his new avocation and he is destined!
    mRbu+mf s in this city yesterday. that vicinity.If to become
    Misses Belle Chitty and Rollie Miller a most successful naleiitaiiII. .

    lies Alice Butler left yesterday for two charming young ladies of you want a bargain in four lots 'L. Johnson of the firm of Smith
    Oeaia. where she will visit friends for near the new University, call 11'. K
    )f canop,. spent Monday in this cityas A Johnson cotton buyer, giniiers and
    fewdaye. Webb at J, M. Kndel's. d3t
    I guests of Mrs J. Fletcher Hill. dealer In fertilizers Hawthorn, was
    BnJ 1' Hichards. Jr., went yesterdiy S. Krie of Archer the clever' pro- P. Y. Eckman of Lake City assistant in town yesterday and mnd The Sin

    to Ocala where ho was summoned prietor of the Magnolia Hotel was surveyor of the team surveying the an agreeable call. This tlrm are quit

    OA business. transacting business in this city yesterday : new university grounds, has returned extensive growers of Sea Island rottoi thirst earner South or tonlontee).

    Ladies.Ret your visiting cards at The lie was looking after hi. prop- from a brief visit to his home. and report that they will commence sips Isar ss.5I..te. nrlp t'et bN.alrrs

    Sun ottiee and rote for your favorite in erty interests here. Mrs. M. I.. Johnson and son, Albert, i picking on next Monday. The plant i i. tl..ts.EE .

    the library contest. W. R. Steckert and C. S. Hill, land who have been residing in this nity for quite thrifty but the outlook for a r

    James Crotton of Mtaanopy county commissioner and civil engineer respectively the past two years, have returned to large yield Is not encouraging. -

    .Mrrryor was in the city on official In the their former home near. Mayo.
    employ of the Cum Among the prominent visitors to this
    buiQ ess yesterday. mer Lumber Company, have gene to Misses Louise Carter of this city and city Monday was Capt. W. G. Shehee 'S M I iH MOUNT!

    Get your Job printing The Son job I Callahan on official business. Frankie Owens of Tampa have returned of High Springs, who mJe The Hun an
    office and you can vote for your favor : Perry M, Colson has returned from from Judson, where they have been agreeable a.U. renewing his sttb. rlp* -

    lit in the library contest. a business trip to points in the West for the past few days visiting relativesand tlon. Capt. Bhehes. has been suffering' All the old standards an<

    Benjamin Bowen and !tlr.. B. Wilsonof End. His friends will regret to learn friend for some time with rheumatism and
    Bartow are in the city., guests of that he is slightly indisposed but he Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of Mayo have expects to leave in a few days for the the choicest of the new on*. ]

    )lr. and Mrs. B. R. Colson. expects to be out in a short time. returned to their home. After a brief coast, with the hope that he will bcr o s i& uetl.

    Mr. Joseph Hogan of High Springs Prof. J. H. Coffee and Mr. Addisonof visit to Gainesville. They were well benefited. His friends trust to see Ask to see them as they,

    spout yesterday in this city as the guestf Waldo are In the cit,. They are enthusiastic pleased with the University city and him entirely recovered upon his return. cannot be displayed to adi'

    her mother Mrs. S. M.Witherspoon. members of the Knights of may come here to live after a while.F. I vantage in a case. .

    W. F Love of Jennings Lake passed Pythias and came to attend the meeting J. Holder of Santa F., who has CouXlJudge's Court .

    through the city yesterday en route toOrals and smoker of Mount Vernon been attending college In New Haven, John Williams, oolored, was arraigned

    where he was summoned on Lodge No. 2O. Conn., Is spending his vacation at In Judge :Mason's court Tuesday Fine Fadeless Fotogi _

    business Capt. "'. F. Rice formerly of Arre- home. H.'expects to remain her until upon the charge of the larceny of From Locket to Life Sis*., i;

    L Anderson of High Springs one dondo but now residing in South Florida August Mr. Holder' friends are a wateh from Mrs. J. I II. Davis of Tloga. STUDIO"
    glad to welcome him again. William was found Rullly'aod seas SMITH'S
    of the leading young business men of is greeting friends here. He is
    Ut.North Had: was a visitor to Gaines well pleased with his South Florida ------- -------------.-- teneed to pay a flue of fAO and ousts,

    rill -*.terday.K home but appreciates a visit to his old or spend three months In prison
    NEW YORRACKET1 Through his attorney, Evans H.lle. an
    I:. Turner of Itoehelle the clever occasionally.
    app.tl.. made, and Williams
    efficient agent of the Atlantic Coast Notice.-Liberal reward will be' paid released on bond was Miss M. Morton'

    Lo at that point was in the city for for return of lady's silver watch and FLow

    I fv hour yesterday. cameo pin set in gold, which were
    Rates to White tlprln.,.. Gainesville Circulating
    If yuu have job printing to do bring stolen from my house July :20th. Watch
    has the inscription 8. C. S. No Spend a while at Whlta Springs, the
    it to The Sun office. For every dollar's on case ...Llbrary...
    leading health resort of the State. On
    question asked if returned at
    worth of once.
    work you get you have ten Cheapest Store on Earth. the far-famed Suwanne _ jot
    river. TheOalnesv'llle
    foui on the Library Communicate with me or A. P. Heed .
    contest. Wm. H. Turner City. ilBt and Gulf otters the follow Ualy' the Latest Popular. F'Irt1.m*
    'In> arcont: of ill health Dr. "'. II. lag low round-trip rates from Gainesville
    Remember the Gainesville A Gulf -
    ihiey ,11
    sell hi.
    family horse and i Sunday feoly, It ticket
    a:1O: r.nt 1.1. has round trip rates 'White Springson ; good HI'KC'IAI. HlfMMKK TKMMM. M*
    office rooms furniahed.aquir at $1. Train leavesiainenville goto* Saturday and returning Monday p., cesk: .Uowlntl three ........ mer.4
    Sundays only
    *> ufW II. Palmer d5wl.v I26OJ ticket good for fifteen day. !.. the ....>*, ll'M>k. must nut be **..
    ( "" at o:3O a. m., returning at
    .I Lindsay l of Jennings f..ItI.is t>. Double dally service. For further out over un. week. wlthotit' r.ae.....j
    i Jam- 9:3O p. m., and affording a whole dayat -
    city on a brief visit to friend. particulars inquire! of ticket agent. If
    this favorite than
    report. Cheaper
    Imd'my' I.. engaged in the pholoITh --- - - -, .- ...... .... .
    hiring and -- -- -
    a buggy are en*
    : e tri.inrsa! .t Jennings Lake..
    (4led to spend a day on '.h., batiks of H_ _
    >n U It Weeks
    of Hawthorn.
    the famous old Huwatire river tf.
    ch rr;,,,,, nf the Board of Public In-
    tin, The pean home, corner Franklinand .
    >In nf
    .tlstuseouniy. trans
    .t.)11. tlll'ln....* In this city yesterday. last Church streets will be com ANIIALDIVIDENDS.t
    pleted {in about three weeks, should
    II :* eta I..
    who left Alachua county there be nu further delay in receiving it
    *": m Ihl-,.
    ago\: to locate at Jstachat material The work is being done under

    t4tts r-tume.1. to Gainesville. Kam.tddt.r the supervision of Contractor C.,.:. _
    > T ,iere's no place like home." which I. that it
    )lr. Whiting, an assurance WATCH THIS[ 8PACK '
    't Hall of High Springs; was will tee a Hrt-clas job The house will .t'

    Ia. 'y fora few hours yesterday. be two stories and will contain ten ANNUAL DIVIDENDS iipplied to the reduction
    'a route to "'.Ido. her former t room, with bath. It will be one of FOR ANJXTKUK.STINX
    K of premiums ro-mltH OH follows: t
    err she will visit relatives the iiXMt modern homes in that section.
    54p fIn
    t _ _
    ,1.-.y'lI" Dressing Club is now I II. 00' : ; '1594 premium on $3,000 was . . . . . $79.14' r ri

    v'e :t "w quarters having moved ,, REAl THIS. In 1905 premium reduced to . . . . . . . 57.69 i i iKZ
    Ifto t ( nion street to the Thrasher I'avoB. Tail. June I. apr)!. i
    ;r ,rrjer \\' '. Main Ax o rxoE.:M I KNT.
    1 i street N !>r. KV. )f.II.\I Louis Mo -I"ar
    \ .,
    de. Sirs I have suffered several fears from I
    r the cheap rate to Tamp kidney and bladder trouble and have J

    .e* -.+ttnt. Tickets only \S: Ke tried a number of t>rr(..rat ions, but I Tilt[ union mm([ m IIKURco.

    ,.' )M returning August 3. can truthfully say that nothing has .
    f'. _r. eve N,. Cobb. agent proved so effective a* your T..as \Vondrr. -
    : .\ r Ltne.. which I can truthfully r*>com*

    A h= fz.io." Urge.-Tio and full one outfits small mend. (Ito, W (:"t."."K'K, Anr( ( or (inaniuii(

    z with boilers engines, j A TEXAS WONDER.One .
    ,"!', rte a' a sacrifice small bottle of the Tsr Woo* "Writes all form* of policleB! on the ANNUAL 7f)

    x' }en, Gainesville. Fla. d.". Hall's Great Discovery cur. allE' DIVIDEND J plan.} It will wave 'i
    yon .
    Ellis: and Janle Tay key and bladder troubles. removes

    :. s'' -ruing at Cedar K.y 10 rl. eo,.... dtabetes. seminal mmUs. : money to investigate before in

    c* ame to this eity on a shop .weak and lanse bek. rh oms \.4 ting in Lifts Innarance.

    I*.terday. TAI young ladiescar ,IMam aDd all IrregularitUe of the kid 4,

    irsrp rt *" they are enjoying! tbeos* 'says and bladder la t.otb men and
    nsey.! I women reifalatx" bladder trouble laehlidrtm.

    .., ..?..,' a."YII1.t'r4, junior .....baJl team I.i will be oettt. If bjr 110I Gull sold oa by rs your...pl druggist' of 41.Oa ., P'KI' PER BROS; J. M.VP PATTISOIV I. W., B. HIGDON,, b.;
    .. _
    ." prio""f'4.7..here *> aatMslI betaiS ss two moist i. >S.
    .f1.raoo.a tom'. ,,aaaisa.i lists I.mart asa4 ....... fails tc .......s .a Iri FKDIUICJT. r
    ih. twJn of : .aAa. _. ..... w. JJ.U.__ 414YulYJ $' COUNZU' :f. iLIL 11itT,+
    4iitg ttptrM':;..?flr8 .. 0..Ntt !.. ..J . If ...'r-:> "",,. :tI ,, ,-

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