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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 29, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00671
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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I..XXH, NO. 14'6AINK8VILLEFLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 2U, 1905 TEN CENTS-A WEEK

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New Orleans papers. The report Is STEAMER DETAIN BY FOIL

},DEATHS AND considered unreliable bat an Official RUSSIA PREPARING NEWS FROM THE

has been sent to the scene to InvestiGate Ship Bearlno. ,rRuealan Envoy Is Unable

!: MANY; NEWCASESPrecaution TO; 'PAY INDEMNITY 'Cherbourg July to Leave 2 Although Port. It was FAR EASTERN WAR

,, ( . announced that the North GermanUoyd
Land
Fruit Vessels at Mobile ,
& Mobile. Ala., July 28.-Fruit steam steamer Kaiser Wllhelm, der

Being Taken era that have been out five days and Financiers Are Getting Beady Grease left the Needles at 5:30' this Russian Ports Are CaDtured By

bow' a clean) bill of health can unloadat morning the e-.ell. still her. .. this
J 81the Health Officers. the local wharves under the usual To Negotiate the Loan. "" dispatch la filed and it is not expected Japanese Soldiers.

that she will be able to leave Cherbourg
restrictions. Under no circumstanceswill !

TO ERADICATE THE FEVER vessels from an Infectable port JAPANESE TERMS WILl. BE HIGH for New York before this after. JAPANESE CONTINUE ADVANCE
.. noon owing to the denseness of the
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be permitted to come nearer than the -

lower bay where the .fruit will be Berlin Bankers Have Formed an Alliance fog.AL Only Slight Engagements Are Report
.Authorities Have the Situation Wltte the plenlp
chief..Russian. : .
when under strict quarantine "
lightered with the House of Rothschilds, ed.-.t.he"Russians Offering Little R.alatanc. .
tau In Hand-Italians jssm To Ber regulations. Two steamships arrived tentlary who la a passenger appears
of London, and They Will Undertaketo somewhat annoyed at the delay the to Mikado's Army In,, *.o"
Affected than Any One Els*. today from Bluefletd. a noninfectedport.
These vessels have been goingto Raise the Money for the Czar Russian peace party being already of Sakhalin Islands.
irters Are at Memphis. late when compared with the Japanese.
New Orleans.Pretldsnt .
*,,fw Berlin. July 28.-In view of the probability Toklo. July 27.-11 am u :A \a
La. July 28.No rekot -
Orleans. .
of an early peace between Rue", The Russians were most Interestedin mlral Kataoka In reportingcessful .,
; additional new cues or deaths. of Board at Memphis
ala the terms of which will landing of the
and Japan reading the press dispatches describing Japai a'' ,sin
tellow fever was made public Memphis Tenn., July 28Dr. J. A.
> Involve the payment of a very heavy the arrival in New York of the vicinity of Alexandr . .;
clty board of health In tin Albright president of the Tennessee
Indemnity by Russia, the financiers of Baron Komura and his party and expressed Sakhalin island says that .h... ..t
Hours of the day. There was state board of health announced today -
Europe have been:! holding conference the hope that the Japanese Alexandrovsk Nlyomi anui \1,,
number of that he would establish
telal report of a temporary
to the end that the peace Idemnltymay conditions would really be as moderateas were found unileatroyt-u, but r u ., ,11
Official report was made tot headquarters In Memphis. Dr. Albright .
be paid without seriously disturbing set forth In the dispatches set forth had set nto Mumlka a( oj \ e
;- 12 new cases and six deaths approves the action of the local
the finances of the world. TheIandelssobn.a. here. The lack of accommodation at and the fires are still bum ,\ i
irrlng In the preceding 21 hours authorities In declining to quarantine
) the Berlin brokers who the hotels some of the passengers of androvsk was not burned
the 12 new cases nine are Italians. against New Orleans and says that .
have been for many sears' the representative the Kaiser Wllhelm der Oros e were The admiral's report uh.. * ,
of tbe are at 520 and 524j should a case of yellow fever
: cases appearat
on the contlnet of the Russia compelled to spend the night on board \ceived at 7:30 p, m.. on JuH!
Phillip street showing tbe prlnclI any point In Tennessee he will
and who have that the Japanese nag tu
} government nego the North German Lloyd steamshipcompany's was: '
I Infection to be still in the vicinity promptly report It to the people.
tiated of the Russian loans have the government buildings
many tugs in sleeping cars at tho < v
the French market. Only two of formed an alliance with the Roths railroad station and even on the pier. drovsk without any loss on '

,eases are In the upper part of the NUMBER OF DEAD REACHES 62. childs In respect of the matter and the Japanese forces.It .
Of tbe deaths one occurred In ,
with all the is announced at
have held communications REPORT OF DEFUNCT BANK. army
hospital, two uptown and the other The Gunboat BennIngton I. Again Des leading financial Inatltutlons both on ; ters that the Japanese are:)
In the French market district. elarsd To Be
Seaworthy. the continent and In "ICugland. la Received by Comptroller of the Currency hallo island on the morning; ol i .1
Sandlfgo. Cal. 28.-The list of
July
I*) health department officials afteridy They are about to send their representative at Washington. without meeting heavy iesu a

of th efocl expesaed the opln the Itennlngton dead now num err t>2. to New York with a view Washington July 28 The first re from the Russians common' ,i

today that there was still hope ol there having been two more deaths. S. to enlisting the cooperation of the port of the receiver of the City Nation. Ing in the neighborhood of \ j

letting the disease before fall and Tncate.i a Japanese mee attendant' larger financiers of the United State al bank of Topeka. Kana.. which miles north .of AJexandroM. at

tioln any event with tbe precaii, and II. A. Metlus. pay clerk. It Is likely that a Russian loan for closed July 21. 190:). has been received Alexandruvosk was seized T i ..
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The case of Metlus Is peculiar lie
being taken a serious epidemic the purpose of paying the Indemnitywill by the comptroller of the currency. Local military critics in n H .q

',entirely out of the question. was able to walk up town after the ac be securest and a considerable The receiver: classified the assets of the situation in North Korea v

"'''a result of the decision of the cident and was thought not to have portion of It will be taken In the Unit the bank as follows: that the Russians willlgnrou- ) del -'i
been After his wounds
badly Injured.
board of health to make the six- ed States.J. Good. I756.GS4: doubtful ll.222.435:::;; Kyong Cheung o the south lit t 0. r

detention Immediately "effective. had been dressed be was out on the Fierpont Morgan after having worthless 9139.156. men river. Thin town i* rt'gars, ", 4.i
streets. Suddenly he collapsed and
;hint ships bound to New Orleans conferred with a number of financier And the liabilities 'as follows: most important from a tra "j x 11)

,been ordered to Mobile, which I II had to be tal.en to the hospital on a of England. Is sailing today for New Individual deposits $1.122.757: : certificates .' standpoint as It controls |1'.n, ,.1. i)

tratood to be willing to receive stretcher. It I. supposed that the York. of deposits 9318.95O: due to national Kyong Cheung Is also% n> arllt"j.a, >

shock and a weak heart were the banks 999.334 : due to other outer line of the defenst-H of \ jj,
cause of his death.
1,ODe, case of yellow fever has ape ENDOW CHAIR OP FORESTRY.Yale banks and bankers. 912.114; unpaid voatok.
The Itennlngton Is now ready to
go
id at a cannery 5 miles from Ft..OPhllllps. draft:* outstanding flM.SOO; other li
north Hut should Admiral Goodrich
." 60 miles below the city. University Will Add a New Department abilities 9605. Total. 91.660.557. Japanese Continue to Advance.
who Is due here decide to Into
ria that of an Italian woman whopet go for Students.Chicago. 'In submitting this report the receiver Kuanchangtuu. Manchuria J. .. i-
an Inquiry here the presumption I.!
from the French market dls. July 23.-First steps toward states that he has found much difficulty According to report from Kisses c
that the Denning will not be taken
Ueutenant Colonel Man. U. the reducing of $150.000 to be usedin In estimating' the value of the1)evlin Japanese continue advancing: a' IHt. J
north until the Investigation Is com
M':A., has returned frum the fort. pleted.Britishers. the endowment of a. chair of applied collaterals and that his estimate 40-mile front. Their Van KU..yj > r. ,*

la no present Intention to move forestry at Yale university have been! of such collaterals may not even about 80 miles from the mOl' h >f

.".....rt.oa. Dr. It. T. Ames I. to Will Visit Baltic Sea. taken at a meeting of the executive approximately Indicate what may be Tumen river The Kort-an r
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*aitoni at Jackson barracks.la lA>ndon. July 2S-The British channel committee of the National lumberManufacturers' finally realized therefrom. the strength of the Japin.*.<. a 4' m I

no fever at the pout.t fleet will sail for tbe lUltlc sea assocltion. The committee 40.000 men. Their main force :a
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HalUm societies ate taking' a hand Aug.!: 25. and will remain there through has lu charge the ralnlug of the Estlll a Candidate for Governor. centrated at Kenchan.

'priests of their' nationality with" September. As It has been year necessary fund for the endowment ol Savannah Ga.. July 28.-Although

'1....w to aiding the authorities. Theerlous since a British fleet appeared In that the chair and the appointment of a Colonel J. If. l::.still ha* not announcedthat RAWL.INOS BOYS FOUND GUILTY

lJ' : alarm here has been sea the announcement I* connected special committee of three practical be will be a candidate for governor ;

Stag the Italians. Many of tlvrntIn In the public mind with Rmpernr "'U. lumbermen t ()-operate! with the Yale campaign' buttons bearing an excellent Mercy Is Recommended for One but

DC the French market nectlon Ham's recent tour and the visit of a forest school faculties with a view of likeness of him and Inscribed
Other Will Hang.
Ignorant ad superstitious and German squadron to Scandinavian v'a. directing the course of study along "J. II EMU for Coverer," have made ,

ten tbe fever began to raKe they h.. ter, The cruise of the ITrltlKh Heel practical line and also the work of securing their appearance. This Is regardedas Valdosta Oa.. July :8. The 'r,&, .f.
I.. ,l ltn-IDIt-: : ci
M frightened and those not down I h regarded as designed to counteract committee of 100 lumbermen mot significant since the buttonsare Jesse and Leonard

rlta, It fled to friends! In other "ect the preponderance of German Influence who will have charge of the work In being circulated by Marion Lucas charge of murder of two ch, *I'D.r'V. "

.>a of the city and to the surround in Hcandlnavla politics. The admlr the various' lumber districts. through whom the Osborne letters 1* Carter, en"41pln U" *

[ country That Is why the fuel alty. however, discourages the Idea ot The support of the United State went to the state pr***. When It Is noon with a verdict of *u, 'o *

been dltrbutvd. There Is still politic having any bearing on the government also will be solicited and known that Mr. Lucas la city editor of recommendation for mercy few! tr*

ana among them and the Italian olea cruise and says that the Baltic Is an ClrTord Plnrrmt. chief of the forestry the Morning, News Colonel ISjtlllV ard. This means that Jesse r :-T.*

aud priest will try to reaurw 01'1IIrl\ and that the fleet is simply bureau' will b<> IQadfO..n honorary paper this distribution of E till buttons to hang and that Leonard, w

.... Interest them In sanitation and going I there to execute maneuvers' u memiser of the executive committee.To become even more significant.It his life In the penitentiaryIt . k

edge them to promptly rviwrt case ceremonious visit not being content is not believed that they' would have was five minutes aft II' ,.1

of illness among them Several. cases pUtedAnxiety. Preserve the South's Forests. ben issued without the knowledge ol Wednesday afternoon tha- .!*.
T *
jot concealed' fever have been reported Washington, July' 2S-Alfred Oankltl. the prospective candidate from reached an agreement <*fr
wa-t s e
Joy the socletle Over Alleged Boycott. of the forest ervice. I.av.IIt1bln<< south Georgia was at the court house '
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and ebe
Formerly in yellow fever epidemic Han 'rl&nr-hlo. July 2/I.-I..JCAI mere ton for Alabama where ht will pro the Jury' decision ,
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In. r)'!' f c
,ben houses containing cases have chants' lnt.Tfnto.l in trade with China cf**.I to Mississippi and then to Texas' Drought Injures Alabama Crops. quickly brought

'been flaggod. It has not ,..ttK-.n de-! have been rather anxious over a rumor the purpoaw of his trip being: to promote Columbus. Ga. July 2 .-Mr. Cliff II If. Jones, handed: the .**'

dad to flag cases this year Arbitrary afloat that the Chinese. oycott the wise use of the rich forest John n*. of the O. P I'oe ..r'hOllllfO. Solicitor! General Thoma .

J'Mtr'eUon..r1 Uat attendance at fuaerala against American. *u<*t. has gone Intc polbtlltl,. o fthe south. He will attend of this city, and on of the most as follows: "\\>. the Ju4.r '* rreccomend
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k have MO| b< modified In the effect and that alt the big milling and meetings of farmer' Institute prominent cotton men of Columbus. ard and Jesse llawllnc K

[belief that only the mosquito can: flour romaant hall rt''t'h"1 stop or and tall to the farmer. about their said In an interview give out that that Iconard *.*

transmit the .il..-*... lillcatlon ol 4ers fn>m thrtr .I cnt. In the Orient wood lots and about tr,n, planting: the cotton and corn crops of this sec ; penitentiary for life .' ....*
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lists of c*"<** an.1 their location ha and the rxUttrig contracts had been using the experience of the past la lion of Georgia and Alabama are in The Jury was polled *n

Wen mad. but the records are cancelled, China buy about iae. other region to enforce the need and danger of great damage. The drought br acknowledged the verdThe .

pen In in:.;:,**-'I Inn ntul the health of OOO.OOO worth of forvUn cods annually. the. value of the right treatment olwotxlland has practically burned up the corn and mother and sUlrr. '' 's

ala are :, Applnic all fi>cl ant are Of this amount about ':t".(" '.Outl' *. II* will also meet com. ha caused the cotton a serious set demned young men were' a ser

mply ..C"n tbrtnTo corner from tb""nllf',1 stt._, ni ruervlat bo
+ enable' """-n*er front the east which about 1.\\10.1" > rohu a from San the resources trea.umt In the Johnson also predicts a short crop of broke down and *. '
!1n.,. ell
pruc..1 a..t-ahl without annoy Francisco Of the latter aMiounfnear great southern forests and the oppor corn and cotton In this <-tlon. and though: the girls showed ..,*

aM or dill -'I ) eta\ New Orleans, the oat-third .. Hour, about 50O.(\Ot) barrel tunlty tat I I. there tu profit by tat: states that if there I I. not a short one. Leonard and Jesse. greet s '

I" .. of other regions to maintain all over the and with bowed head and ;\'A' ,,
eouU.ttnaat' < n w <>i rtlnx thlrrtralaa being exported. experience country price ran .

.. from th. i-Vit.xn.nlr: ferry lande l.Sag. - - permanently a diversity of Indus up to a god place, the farmers wills --

,. where d' 'it"un< ctlon l.. mad Peary Starts for North Pol.. tries dependent UP" HI future forest", production r. Wants to Hold 'Cna*Qe SeatsClndneatl.

...U th. I.-tut. eiie:: and Na' 'hiUr :North Sydney. |U C. Joy 2S.--.Th* July 24-' :

":trains without ir. n.* '>ir, u
has hereof ore.. n )
'. Patients are bclnet re.u.U at the dltlon. has *-ung clear of terminal San raact co Ja:,. S-Tb. schoaro ag'hmen I including: Alfred C'Uh1 brokers. Charles Ilearof -

.i emertency yetlo. f. t" h.I.. Ar vikarf and beaded uurth. ard on bet .r WillUm Olsen from the Frin.Ijrtitsad \\ _. editor of aa ftentooa paper member of the firm con -<>

"'teommo4atloe. for 7i \."..... have Men voyage of .|ti>C'\n.ry' toward 'b.> north brl.... the B+WS that a !ftt,T for allege violation .,f rl dtor the New York S4ock r .t

i provided. These Ult ... 'y IMP In pole. As the tamer lea : *tc ..Mrsas meat Is ot, foot among the tn.ht: rr* laws in the rr<*tit l>' montic primary tie New"' York Cb:too Rxc; r: .'

creased.A lmmr M (''''.... which_ had Rath l 144'lIt. lo fotx' K\&A'\ U<
telegram frow Hay Sr I.MI|I., erect to ltn -'* her d p rtut-: burst of th... islands, ta: a dlcal* TMtla WII!!.n* agreed to pay I2i u> one ol DO time had these be'*

Ili... says that' th* first let- (Rene.aaehlag Into cheers. which .wen mlngf! st with .4, -iRc uari-r It,. pr { .. 0.' the others ladlcfe for taflnevcl&j the assets of the flrtn } -

t there of the ex&Mencr ,,t yet the whlvtlrs. of th. "*tte for com teethe Is n b.M the Ls- :

loW''' fever at I4'k. Ita,. where -:1 demonstration (UQ.-d a. the st*>as> ..:;.' ,%.n\a.aa to plead before IC1LR; : lot meeweaith suton ,
esean.r from New Orltaaa U saWi to es- passed down ib e ....rtMM'ne tits: w.st'a "l'A4cat.una. that 4 .. gay wk.u. to ot ..0( tsm*. gave tie boa w ha t-pee.ewt tsab. UI4a )& t :

.. ...sale. a.antber' of Nat .. u ,b4,bees rally. *<' rale4 floe tae>'oces en t'tst.5t :'Ihkaada, b .Bn1Mtt *.d ,earAy' ;, eMMSIwm .trtis- Ea lisp I ....f f9J* .<..*. aw a: OIl Xi
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THE DATJA; SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JULY 29, 1905 3


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"H UOBT1.BUOCIIAS The 'Food That Does Good HERE IS THE TRAIL," I

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:: MSSED AWAY i Whit H..!__ i
, I I 1 First among the trail signs I that arc |s ANNUAL DIVIDENDS.
i cued by Indians and white banter
and mot likely to be of use to the '

.,of the TJtefoJi' Life of a,Grand traveler says a writer In Country Life I
\,: .,4 Tr-eC-vi Uv.rOn Em n Woo ufv Kr+tC****"for In America nr ax btace on tree
Old. Man. r.c.....*.CW. ..a...... .___de. ... (kip. trtmV.*. Them wlUlloealltY' .
may vary
'. '( sore TYrs.t cad L..... C::.tarrlk. ..... s.la. but there.. greatly I
ono everywhere In
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CDIER STATESMAN C..ottq.sad all rulaMxiary Pl fc AU
HERO
AND
:.;1". ,' ) ...' DruUlata.two.!...sac s/nt.L. b race simply with scarcely the white any spot variation.nicked off This by ANNUAL DIVIDENDS applied to the relu..- I
'FREE t
TRIAL BOTTLE : BY
Second District In Con1pour MAIL knife or ax and meaning MIIere la the .
tflted. Lion of results
... '' ..., so all sending:name and..addrM traiL" premiums as follows:
Beloved' by Many
OZOMULSION CO. 9& Piss Straat. Hew Yerk. Tli Ojibwa and other woodland

'OQmrad.s In AJachua County. ---- tribe ne twigs for a great many In $1894 premium on $3,000 was. . . . . . . $79.14(

(FMtoltC. ,; Career: '.In Florida. Negroes Arrested for. Killing Nsguo.Newberry sign the 'The banging broken twig, like In 1905 premium reduced to . . . . . . . . 57.69
simple blaxe. mean. Thl I. the
l>/aty 28.-oen.ral Robert BolIPforlda's S. C.. July 2S.-Charged trail. The twig clean broken off and

grand old man died ate with killing Charlie Ullllam. a negro, laid on the ground across the line

... bore at 1:29 o'clock Thursday lost Thursday night Horace Sheppard of'march means Break from your

.t"t alcng 11I0.". alias George Ollliam. and Richard Oil- straight course and go In the line of the

rat' Bollock- was born in North tiara both negroes, have been arrest.ed butt end" and when an especial warning w union (mm m
mmm.
In. December 8, 1828 moving to and lodged In the county Jail. Oil U meant the butt I* pointed toward =
the one following the trail and ralsefe
\\0( 1344.JltiireiarJj 11am was shot from ambush last ,
.( : II'. he w" a school ; Thursday night his dead body being somewhat In a forked twig. If the butt
.found the, following morning one mile of the twig were raised and pointing to I
his or
.J' Ub.gan public career I -It. the left It would mean. "Look- out. ( ((0' anannATi( (
I sin 1840. when he was elected from the scene of the shooting. Is camp" or MOurelve or tbe ,enemy or .
aid there Is strong circumstantial evidence
the circuit court o/ Marlonposition
o1u' the game we have killed I I. out that

.p whldh he held for sixthen against the men. waT".. Writes all forms of policies on the ANNUAL
In business old buffalo hunters had
'tHet' engaged an established
...,..... Foreign Rumor Is Denied. signal that la yet used by mountain DIVIDEND plan.' It,> will save you

!, IISd Governor Brown commit' Berlin. July 28.-The German foreign guide It Is as.follows money to investigate before in-

tUm. to organise an Independent office denies utterly the report published Two shots In rapid succession an Interval vesting in Life Insurance.
of five seconds
oj''' of mounted volunteers ffe by the correspondent of a Lon by the watch
then one shot meaua. MYVbere are your
ilil protection against Indian ins don paper at Stockholm to the effectthat
The answer, given at once and exactly ,
;;he filling the position a. Itsfor Emperor William In his' recent Interview I
tbe same means: "Here I am. What
; eighteen months, when It with the Russian emperor had do you want?" The replyto) this maybe J. M. PATTISON W. B.
'", to obtain the consent of the latter HIGDON.
Considered( safe to disband,, the ought one shot whicii means "All right; I
OJ'. for a prince of the hou*> of liohenzollern only wanted to know where you were." I

tben rigtbr&ed.to, Ocala and read to ascend the throne of Nor But If tbe reply repeats tbe first It ', PRESIDENT, UEXE11AL AKLM-,

r; .*being admitted to practice In waT. means; "I am In serious trouble. Comeas Cincinnati xOhio Gain'esville.
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'- Florida
: He practiced his profession for fast aa you can.
Error In Cotton Report.
"rand was then commissioned by ,
July 28.-In the revised PROUD OF HIS WORK.
irnor Mlltori to raise a companythe'Clvil Washington. ._ . .
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I cotton report Issued yesterday by the -
War which became
a part . _
Johm BfeCMllonvh Made Cb lr B
((9b9 South Florida Regiment. I I departure of agriculture* an error was Ior. ll. Because wa Aetor.

sal Bullock fought In the Ken committed In the second paragraph Of tho thousands who admired the LIBRARY VOTING COUPON r
which made It appear that' the June
!campaign with General Kirby I acting of John McCullougb few were
estimate by Mr. Hyde was "lower than
being soon promoted to ale aware that at sixteen be could read
the facts at band warranted." when. In This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can be M r
but could not write, and that at eighteen
jr.i fact. It waN." higher. The erroneous any institution competing for the beautiful library when pro(>..r"J
pade b4t knew absolutely nothing of lit.
... In tte battle of Chleksmauga
i statement has been corrected by erature, perbapn not'even the name filled out, signed and retarned to the ballot boxes in either the aU<'h
*>Missionary Ridge at which 1stplaoe -
the department. of the great poet of Avon whose Interpreter stores.
he was captured He was I
be afterward '"* "Ume.

>nor on Johnson's Island from Cheerfully. Recommended for Rheu lu after life ullougli used to Name of institution . . . . . . . . .. :. . . . . . . . .
Mnbcr 1, 1803, until March 1804. matism. speak gratefully of an old cbalrmaker.

y... In many other battles, and O. O. IIIJrb e. Danville HI., writes.Deo. under bolD he worked for teaching Name or Voter. .. . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
td'th.rankof) brigsdler>general. him two things"cbnlrumklue andShakespeare. .
2 IDOl "About two I
: years ago THE )).\ll.l"'c..
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wounded Murfreesboro luiber. In bin of
;wa at periods conviviality -
was laid up for four months with rheu
'. 1861 and disabled for fur- the old cbalrmaker was accustomed
matism. I tries Uallard's Snow Liniment
to spout Shakespeare to .
inrlce. .
bottle cured Iran - -
one me.
;
he resumed young McCullo'iiru. giving a somewhatimIierfrct
he recovered the
ken
cheerfully recommend It to all suffer- Imitation of Korreat'ii '
is> of hi. profession In Ocala, better Ink from like affliction." 20o. 6Oo and wall thin that turned McCullough'mthought acting.It Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

appointed Judge of the airIt 41. Bald by W. M.Johnson. from chalruiaklng to the stag

. ttoort. but was ousted by the re- -_ ,-_._--- Yet In all hl. after year McCullough Time Table in effeet July 9. 19O3.iHBaBiiBi .
iroctlon In 1K08. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. was proudest of hi* early craft. On ---- -- '. ....

'tre was Democratic nominee for one ovonnlon. at,the height of _I. poi>u- No. ti. : tin !!

naat-governor In 1872.: and a I How run II). men work too hard, How larlty. be wan the guest of a wealthy DaU(0.4.:> :to.Ii.: No. I. No. 3 1 'I,

ea elector In the campafgn of 1876. many do you knowTKory Phlindelphlau. lu the midst of tbe EZO'I Dsy OaUy. STATIONS Dally U.11 Yot: ,
1MO he was elected clerk of the K'Axl hut>nml I.I* heni orked. talk after dinner tbe tragedian glancedat Mund.y +sn14V :

i court for Marlon county Tbnt'M nil theft I I" to It. a rbalr In the room went over to It I --

'newly represented hl. district in Classical luuxlo U like soma |H>01'| levery and. turning It Ioottom l up. said to his
bard to uudwrwtaiid. amazed, hOlllt: A MLy! P MILy A "I Ar. P M"Ar A ?.l I A. Pill
r.Brst and Fifty-.ecoud Con- best "1 thought sot! Tliat'a one of my 7 46 . . .t ..... ..Fairfield.- '-
retiring from public life In It I* tu\lcl that H fariitfr icett the cbnlraf:* 7M .. .. . ., ..... . ... ...... .Irvine.......... .. .: d.! 1
r">Later, however, he was againto work out of a fann tiaml ",%ho la aspiring And he Minted prouder of the fact A OO . . . .I.... .. ..... .. Dun arvan ....... ..... . :\.'
bench. to b"* bias wuu-ln-lHW., M .,.") . . . . ... . ..... .. uch.lde..... ... . .... ft.
IVrhajMi one reason why u |Lour man that the chair bad lasted' eo long because 'S 10 .. . . . ... ... ......... HlolEmao....._........ ..... . t 4S '
[....,.\b.IUII) : the distinction llvrw longer than a rich uneI I U that the It WMM ao well made, than be was H 11\ . . . ......... ........ I..ake8Imontnn. ..... .. . 4
IMID& ,o..r In Marlun doctor don't take so uiuvh luterewt In of bis histrionic nucce Saturday I 8 SO . . . . ........ .. .... Mlaanopy ........ ... . ,
wr- Evening 1'ont. tl 3't . . ... . . .. ....Tacoma............. .... S .
.enl Bullock especially I him. H 45 . ... .. ........ K.rkwood........ .... .. . S S
R was popIn \Vlten nn economical man miffer a : A H :so . . . ....... .. ....... Olyatt.... ... ........... 5 1
Alachua county, many of jhe I ton dollnr k>.M ho cut off e1Iienditurereaehiuit + Surprise Party.A 11 08 . . .. .... ... ....Wa.oaboota.. ... .... . .... . : .
[Veterans having served with him In! to >1:.o before be Awls right I pleasant surprise party may be D IS . ...... .. .......Rock' Potnt....... ... ... .
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i war between the States, and upon about It. given to jour_ stomach and by 1 ......dalnavllle..I I 31)1
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Ulen I In not tohUUlII" 1100 Lv e l6Lv IS ao 920
oe} aslon of his visit to Ualnrsi If you have faults the taking a medicine which will relieve
.C'kl.uwl""I.lu 11 M e 40 6c3 ........BeUam7.... ..... 85.5 P as>> '
i tae unveiling of the Coo fed*r- yourself bythviu their pain and discomfort, rift Dr. 1200 e If.S 708 .............. Cyril .......... R40 iii 80 1 .$I IIS
.II mment erected bf Kirby Smith to your cittfiuleM. but to icvt u.rtb.u King'. New Life Till. They are a most :30;: 708 1 1:1: .............Grab.m..... .... 8 32 P2:: !
r.U. 1>. 0., he was given one of If |HMi lble for your own CUlJ'1.- wonderful remedy affording sure relief 1240 1 I5Ar 12M... .HalDptOD CU,........ 8 2t) iii In t b I
test ovations ever accorded a AU-bU Ulot. and cure for headache, dlssine .... ... D 150 10 Rio s. r.la'ka.e. 8. a! P.. . 660 p: tS t't' a
and constipation.. 2S tot this elty. Gainesville and Ala. Makes the Liver Lively. ::::. ::: 8 48" 946 ..I ske' City: 0.:8:* JI',:'.: i C.p;'i 41
:MMunty extend sympathy to the aaeektaat.Mrs. .
wed relatives in their hour of af trims Laxative .Fruit Syrup gives Ornmercy You look awfully p.l1611 :n .

snout.J permanent relief in cases of habitual' worried, my dear Kir I. Mr*. P.rk-It" ......... al, ?l pi ...Msoon. O. 8. di F..... It SfJ _.1S 40 a
r. . c.n.tlpatlon as It stimulates the 1I.l'r' nil on account uf lAY stupid maid. Soe b6 I'! ,........AIan t.a. C. ot 0a....... 750 a 501) "
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MOTHER GOOD MAN AT REST. and restore the natural action of the let me go out with Fldo when I was P IJ1 LvAMLTYMTrain. ,

bowels without Irritating these organs wearing tbe sown that harmonise

.Angus Paterson Died at His Home like |>IIU or ordinary cathartics. Does with lUbettel-Puck.Am S and t do not run between O.ln..llle aDd Fairfield

1. In Madison.Madlson. not nauseate ur grip and is mild and I.. E. BARKER n.n..l Sar-rin'endenlc
At mt.mr. J. F. HILL A .a'. J. D. ATKJfS. General tteot
:1;> July 8S.-Angus Patereon pleasant to takw. Item.mtier the name
he has
[ here Thursday night at the ....I- Orinn and r, fu.. stib titutes. J.V.. HthelTOU, sure neverlored .- .. -- - ..- ,.- -- ..- -
before? Edith-Tee H. told me
.. of his sister Miss Katharine McOolluDI.Cu.. to go round to the jewelers sad pick HiBse ei 1

>''''.r'Mn. after a lengthy Ut...... He ...."... Tr....... out any ring I wanted.- Jude*".
was. born In Glasgow. Scotland. Bpiber47. Icing \VllllMiu 111 of Kuiiland: waspalusatf ------ -- ----

1831. but had lived most of !)' feud uf the ,.b.*<. and If the Baby is Cutting Teeth FaySholesTypewriter

life here He was an elder In the made a |..>iiit iit MT tu t... outdone IIIaOJ' Be> sure and use that old and well-

byterlan church, and was an ac- Iftal'l buw%,*r i..-rllou.. A Mr. tried remedy. Mr. *. Wlnslow's Sooth "
and eonsUteut member, whose Ch"7..ho was' toir! ...l to the eU.sl tnjr Syrup for children teething. I'

i e.DnO.11 l>e "".-d. For year family* took .,hant...** uf 'h"1" plan soothe the child eoftwne the corns.
the most 1.lol\lahl. lr+lKu which was allays all pain cures wind colic and i*
rat upvrintrndont of the Sabbaths
ever" formed aK' lu.t M "'Iu-,'* life. Hervgnlarty the tees remedy dlarvboea. Twen

joined the fU1.1 l buund. put ty.live e.nW a bottle. AC&3OWLEIWEI);
,;-:1:Ix., .. known throughout the Slate himself for?ojo t an.l ti ok the snort .
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[_.an able and vR1"if.ui lawyer having desperat leap lu the bof. that \VIllaiu THE BE224TatCHLIE '

"..... many re.|H>>ntbl* iHwItioiMi was might break bl- u.ck In following OS THE 3llKalTUlUVtltSlil

,'a member of the constitutional, COM Li 01. On day, bow Tr. be arrowplUtbed GRINDLtMrtofiFrirtSnip Tabu"3' 'If
-easio in 1805; he was an enthusiastic on. ao Imminently dangerous I Has
sad devoted m tub.r of the Maeonto that u.. king..... be cam t" the spot, KEMKD I fnl. .
(Border, and look an active 1"..,...& in' shook his bead and drew back. It la Es"erLighlees ) !..
;the proceedU of that order H*
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said that Mr. Cherry at length broke I
; leawa a sister and brother at this !
laoe.. and a brother In Oadsden eouay'ty his own neck aid tbewby relieved the
and many friends who sincerity I king from fmrtbe baaarU. 'Itllsant to take> Shift! Lightest Banning The
1.lam..' his death. Champion Speed "Writer ofhe WorldU.

u _. Forced to Starve. The new laxative. Does .. the Fsy>Sholee. More Fay>8holee to

A"( U. F. Le.k of CoacoM Ky.. ssysiMFor not gripe or nauseate. nee In Ualneeville taan any other tt aehloe,

w 73 year I suffered agoaie. with. CUTM stomach and liver

r aeoracm.iajr_ .PP.r_ H*.,' ..(,.palatal. -.Ynd.tbreslc COQtIa-

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kMNEY tOMMtTS DO ''YOU GET TTP JAPANESE WHALERS.


WITH A I AMB BACK? ..... Owrlow: -" tier I).* ThereWeek

; MURDER \VI lk !.t. Bmrf K.I_....
ANOTHER Kidney TrovMe Makes Ton Miserable ""bal.-- are captured In nets l,> the V .

Almost everybody who reads the news Japaueee. TU vruttlen put v>3 fmui
.pets is sure to know of wonderful the IIb01 itA quietly aM aOO'.ll.I lc, nua
.led Rhodes SolUran, An Aged ft at cure made by Dr. when they tome within the in'\ t>fr ,il.-:. ..

Near'Colam.bi' City. | Kilmer's Swamp- tau f. of their oojtie th> tmtswhich CASTOR A
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; Man, IL Root the great kia-. ua\'' hitherto worked li-.,"x>uivU! <&,
151 nevi liver and bladder separate' and. tlrnpplui their hft< ..,.

A'l ESCAPED. CONVICT t rem dy. they sxnork around to the rear an.flauku .' 'lnr
IS It is the Rreat medical
of their kill.
A. 11 triumph of the expected The u"-tare "
Successful Escape from Baker's 11 nineteenth century ; watt iu large squarer, .uli sale
., -.ds Camp. Near Campville. t coverrtl after years being about forty feet lung tint net The Kind You Have A.1wap'Doqht.; and which baa bet's '

Turpentine of scientific research la t.'OmiMItio..1 o4T six siiiiarv In I line, and In use fbr over 30 ycsunr, tuui: borne the alamaiure: or
';' F." Weeks Ago, Was, Chased toWavi8S by Dr. Kilmer the the squprvtt are fastened to each ,'tta'r and has been made under hla :
,;", and Lost. eminent kidney andbladtlet' llfititly.M all l. rvmf.v the boats peII-
specialist and is "wonderfully \vliKb ha\e beenorkeil around to the 242+&i.* nXMuUtaoperrtalon since ltatnfiancy. a
.' Ton Gainey. who was sent np for life successful in promptly curing lame back. rear of the whale then O>IHUUIHta CA4* ABowzto one to deceive you In thlx.
,'' uric acid catarrh of the bladder andBright's All Counterfeits Imitation _4..Joat.-JOCMl" are bufl
the circuit court of Alachua coon_ drive him gently towanl th"ll.-'<'. Mo-: iti
from Disease which is the worst Exl> rlmenta that trifle with) and endanger tlio health of
murder of a colored woman form of kidney trouble. tag along lazily at that the whale I awn
IJ for the Afaohua and who Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended realises! that something untoward in Infanta and ChUdren->Sxpexienoo acaliutt Experimeu& y
of :
fa the vicinity for everything but if yon have happening and hurrying forward
.- bit escape from the turpentine kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be dashes ou to one of the Ut>t... This !is the
-ade I*. H. Baker at CampTllle't a found just the remedy you need It has critical moment, and wbou tire n%lu>r. What i is CASTORIA
,.IPIP of been tested in so many ways, in hospital meta see that the whale Is, well lu the
ft.weeks ago full mention and par- work and in private practice and has center of one of the squares they raise CaatoriA la n harmless substitute fbr Castor Oil Pare

s'tiealirs! of which appeared in The Sun proved special so arrangement successful in has every been case made that by a a great shout and charge In UIH>U "1m. Boric, Drop and Soothing Syrapa. It Is 1'Ieaaant. 16

of another murder having which all readers of this paper who have When the whale Is about "i,'iit a man contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic ;

: II guilty colored man near Oojaabia not already tried it, may have a sample chosen' for his strength activity, pluck *mb tanoo. Its age I. Ita Kuarantee It destroys Wornw
'killed sn aged; bottle sent free by mail also a book tellinjj coolness and general DtuesM for his and allays Feverfohneaa. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
.- City, Columbia county .ThursTborday more about Swamp-Root,and how to work then leaps l upon his bark Mud Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoustlpatloDi
':..,. find out if you have kidney bladder trou with a great triangular sh |_l knife *
and Flatulency. It aaalmllatea the Food regulates the
afternoon Sheriff Fennell ble. When writing mention reading this proceeds to cut two great gashes iu hi.
*'isesiTKl a telegram from the sheriff of generous offer in this paper and send your body Jut back of his betid. Through Stomach and Bowel., giving healthy and natural aloep ;,
him address to Dr. Kilmer the l blubber and these two The '. I'auaceo-Tho Mother's Friend. ;
county asking to come underlying

,'Celombia a ones and bring his hounds,as Oatney &N. Co.Y., Binghamton The regular. ,.... gashes b.* pauses a rope and knotting..

bad killed another man. The sheriff fifty-cent antI one- It. makes n loop of It. lie then reIe*ut! CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

not bat endeavored to get aaeuuge dollar size bottles are tum. ............ the same! o-eratlon| aa fur buck ou his
f_.d to go.Deputy Sheriff J H. Granr sold by all good druggists. Don't make' body as beau.. When the tight haM Bears tho Signature of h
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any mistake but remember the name, b*.-eu oompU'tfly knocked out of the
who was then in the vicinity of ''Swamp-Root Dr. Kilmer's whale IHMI range alongside of him f

I sigh t Springs,to proceed to Fort White and the address. sw.mPRoot'j and by tli<> help of the loop already

;tad ... the Columbia eoonty officer. every bottle. inentlnm-d the hapless cetacean Ie

omen Granger did not receive the slung tn-t\* *'u them Iu such a manner t

sea.ge. however and returned tuGaiIl.niUe Dead Man Found on ,River Bank. as to minimize the danger of bilL carcass .

Friday morning. Atlanta July 28.-Arthur Wood. 3C: Then sinking.the. oats form In procession. <
learned of the killing
Mr Granger The Kind You Have
[isd laid at one time he was inclined years the old Chattahoocheo was found: dead river on! the Tuesday bankof and m..utlU': making moat for the curious shore,part then of coin the Always BoughtIn

up to the assistance of the Columbia afternoon by his mother. The body whole atlalr. Tits whalers, with real '
Use For :
Over 30 Years.
but Inasmuch he
authorities aa j
rent was very, much decayed andVoo t fervor and in tbe most woleiun niauuerpoHAlble.
tu working under direction of the had .."ldflntJybeen dead for several U.;:!lu a chanting prayer for S v.N..utrs__. es._.caste. sea seas- ..J.

'Aliebua county sheriff, thought it best day. when found. The coroner h..tet the -'h.t' uf tbe departing spirit by callIng -

| w return home. Should he have gone un Inquest and returned a verdict ol out "Joraku! Jorakut JorukuT' Iu

[I* tenon would have been In accord murder. There were evidence of the low deep toue". Upon the third day A1+

f With Sheriff FenneIPe withes. man's skull having been crushed Two after the kill a memorial service Is

Omen Granger states that from the dollars In money, a pockebook and an held>tu the village! temple and prayers

artiealars which could be learneg at open knife were found under the body. art offered l fur the repose of the dead G. S. M E-RCHANT&-CQ.J!

)sigh! Spring. Oainey killed a coloredno The pockets of the man's clothes wereturned whale' >M>\-Chicago' New

nimed Rhodes Sullivan. It ap- wrong side out and It Is believed Retailers and Jobber In ,
['...,. that Sullivan has'been working he had been rnbbt'dVood Baseball Playera :and Foot Racersl ;

1 a connection with the officers of Co- .was recently arrested on the chargeof Louis J J.\rua"r. .champion long and

?hm>bn t"ountln an endeavor to effect attempted assault and had only distance f<*>t racer of Germany and Staple Fancy Groceries
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Gainej's capture. Oainey learned this, obtained his freedom a abort time ago Holland, writes Oct. 37. 19011 "Par. ,

ittd at an early hour Thursday morn- fog my straining of eight weeks' footraces Irate. tirdtn Sled. and. FtrfillZw/t. |j
Eat he was watching the house, and Envoys Visit President. at :nlt' Lake City In April last, '-

[ken Sullivan went out oq the piazza New York, July 2S.-Kogora Taka. I used UalUni'a Snow Liniment to my SOUTH 8IDE 8QUAKR. i i i GAINE8VILUC. FLOMJ. ...
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Lad vii in the act of putting on hisdoer Lira and peace plenipotentiary colleague greatest satisfaction. Therefore I Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Pn a.*. '
[ he was shot dead four buckshot Baron Komura., went to Oyster highly recommend ::Snow Liniment to I .;;,
[tom Carney's gan'having entered his Day this forenoon to pay an Informal nil who are troubled with sprains c.ee..
fatsd. visit to President Itoost'yelt.foISt' ol bruises or rheumatism." :25o. Wa and A Complete stock ot Hay, Corn, Oat. Flour Bran Meal. Cotton Bed M(
the suite accompanied the two peacdelegates. $1. Sold by tt'. M. Johnson.A and Rye.V.. handle only the VERY BKHT goods a% the LOW. \:..'
,0 iafj, who is is
a desperate man, They --- -- EST PRICEH. and guarantee aatlafaetlon al...... '
till it large; are expected to f'C' >!..*...!.. Cwa.*w*. I . .,
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turn late today Tonight lIaron Ko - -- -
Gainsy's Escape. A strange! euHtom Is still observed In
the committee will
mura
aiuj dine In
ItoumsnU which reminds one stronglyof
Tie particulars of Oainej's escape formally with Baron Kaneko at the Robinson Cm...... When a servant THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. lac.KUTAIIUMMKI
[hID .
Cimpville
have already ap. Metropolitan club.Att.ntlon.. has dlspleniMil tile or her roaster the "
laNd in this paper. It may be well offender take' bin boots In bis bands I..... "' ,

(never, to refresh the reader's mind Votera. and places thni before the bedroom The question -- -- .

Ik* was serving a life sentence in door of his master. It I.I a sign of Render reliable services of every sort along the Hue of
i Eaker turpentine camp and al- We with to Inform the patrons of great submission and the boots are of Title the Land Titles. In the riiat of Florida, particularly J.1
The Sun that no votes are allowed In Alachua county.
|"J'gore! the management and therd either kicked away as an Intimation t.:
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first eonsld :4
the Library contest on paid for -- -- -- - +
money
more trouble than all other that the fault will not be forgiven! or
"'wts combined. He advertising In The Son. 'Only those else ih* servant Is told to place<< themon ration for NI'EC'ULTIKMi Abstracts. ef Tltle<| Tax N al le $H-rcSf(,
regardedn
was who pay the sum of $1.23 or over on iris fret whit b shows that he Is for Agents. tar Xe">lte ldrat Land Owners flat. ef Ce.aiJa..
tricky, and of that butted
m subscriptions to The Daily Son or those given.Bettlem. the Investor.T.wue, Ktr.Rrf : fp
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disposition which was to ..
say who pay cash for Job printing will be -- -- \..
lest provoking. If he decided h ... .
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allowed to vote. .r.t.e..si First National Hank of <)aln.svllle. 1I.'rr:
lot care to work at certain times "*nt 'urk..r-.bat a well behaved
Those who pay 91.25 will be allowed Dutton A Co., Hankers. ;
>vu wor..e> than a balking horse and little fay be Is! The Ilancle,'. 11
75 votes for the of" their
Illoret' or persuasive could In- organization Wife. -And he conies by It natural.! .
power Choice; $2.CO entitling them to 300 .. ..
Ills father failed - - - - -
'him to mum. i-.r never to -
move. Upon
'* Wx one occasion votes, and $5: will entitle them to have a sentence reduced: owing to.
>k
[ alt. hit advantage of an opportunity 6UO votes. __________ good behavior lnrk. '
escape, and was successful. I ABSTRACT & REALTY t tUdWKF12aoorporasdl

bieJrd| himself behind other The Boss Worm Medicine. .Aateeed '._1.

'let until he bad progressed a safe II. 1*. Kump .. "r".ir*'.", iVlghton, "Paw, what .
aet'. The Ala., writes "0"* of <*n rntner.
guard was afraid to : my says here that tire girts Ideal was abat* '
.,",nu... it endangered the lives of had a child which w*. .1"1Ir. end threw ...... r E. E. VOYLE. MGR. .f'

r"i-oQf'r.. with the result that up all food, eould retain nothing on .its MWhy. It mean she found that see
> k.did flre the range was too stomach He bought one bottle ofWhite's could marry a wealthier man."-Detroit' Abstraets of Title and fall Information furnished regarding land laeounty.
to I* effective. Gainey was Cream \>rmUu ., and It Tribune. Our manager has lived la this eounty thirty years tat 4}J
thoroughly aoaversant with land 1&1...
t.. Oainrsvllle. but in North brought np 110 worms from the child. A.i. .!:

1iJ1f! the do. the chase its the boss worm medicine in the I Indigestion, -i.
gave up
Lh filing convict made his es- world." White's Cream Vermifuge Is With Its companions, heart bore fa* E. E.. a I.E.

. He has since been at large. also the children's toaie. It Improves tulenew, torpidity of th. liver __.&1. .
wrote their digestion and assimilation of pat Ion, palpitation of the heart, poor FIRB. ACCIDENT. B DUO LAKY AND INDKMNITY' INHUKANOJT. !_

Broward a L.tt. food, strengthens their..ervoo system blood h.ada h- and other nervous seating number of prominent American and English: tnmmtmtot' ;,'Jr/"
KEALJCHTATJC "
AND CITY LOA.NH.
'B' High Springs Oainey wrote and restores them to thhealth\ vigor symptoms, sallow skin foul tongnw, G..... ....... -_ __ 'e Jl:):
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Broward a unique letter in and elasticity of spirits natural to offensive breath and a legion of other r"":
is childhood. Hold by W. M. Johnson.
stated that h not being
war ailments U. at once the most widespread
"ID.-.J at the Baker camp with -- -- =>18.w1AI.IHILIXD: 1040. -
Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic and destructive malady among< t;
Hiahiy which he 'hoo.h&& was the American people. The Iferblnetreatment '
t'm, sod had decided. to leave. "I Coast Line. will rur all these troubles. !,.
Sat k that woman i anyway,** he If her contemplate visiting summer 5O4 bottle rtoki by W. )t. Johnson.rt H.F.DUTTON&'eIU ] :

h'i'd ''and l.do pot to rort see ticket agents Atlantic CoastLine
foe II' *o good.by.." propose ana get all Information with ref. P-'.... ..U.tIUt: IN' -
.., schedule and and fto you think If* possible ,t-'
.ne. to rates, rootes, s
for a man to krv. twe guts at the Sea Ie1
same c1
r- Cottcxr '
rri Turn state's Evidence. Pullman ",,1... Hummer tourist rates .: .. :
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fc. twos Ila .
-Ob. y"; provided n teat .
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Ali. July Z*.-Jack are now in effect basil the princlp| r. alas at tb. same pImee.6itMd.rpb.Mbem.mtkat .

1,?tRo for whom a fV sorts throughout. the eotIIa.ri'b re* Sea Inland Cotton S_,,'* I tarn limit October l's. Itatei have
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offered, as the alleged been eaBonae ar'm r sad murderer of what fom bettsve wm
1 sad seashore rHO"'.. For ln tint .
of Gadsdra. and who time rvuad'trip tl k.ts are now on sale dapesel very me b fps' ..., ..s. are
t.- a* that city two days to resorts in New England territory. Xooa Pvrtor.Jalr of tho Jarnen Doig Improvcnl( En, ;

t statement yesterday la -. -- -.. . --. -..- .-- .- '- -,- . .- .- ._._- Sea Inland Cotton (;In. and Supplies for Snme. .>..i: '

Ta exactly the same story GAJ1'Z8VI L LF. .
FLORIDA U \8
.s. re+r, held la Jail here Yijjor.' You kmw ,

h -> f> with the rxcepUon Cray hair add twenty years to
Ira jt4
A t cither negro the as- your Jooksl Then restore the

sad Vet?1'r ,seu the womt4-b* rea- color; keep yocnc! ,SAP yottr

htrnhgibautt perpeuton sad ssc9s stl ,, l fc4r Ifrhne18t1lstout asd tats k JAII.cr:$ '4O '

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,. NEWS FROM ,ALL The,Item has made office was confession'presented. with" J'_ a THE RICH SBS POOR lI I Mathnshek Pianos]


S PARTSOrFLORIDA'p stalk of corn Thursday by Mr. Allan NEED PE-RU-NA.

.t Holton. who claims to have grown
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same without any fertilizer wha Yer. a oattto.a NOTED FOR SWEETM. v>lu.LRJ

'I.. :Jbifcf HappeningFrom Various The stalk measures exactly twelve feetIn r Many Suffer With Catarrh TY OF TONE l'Onl'U:

x Section height has four ears of corn and ,=
of State. .
ivfr.THE many of the leaves are four feet K ng. tt; <. and Don't Know It. DURAIIiLITI.Dee .

Mr. Holton claims the only drawback sy
MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
%** is. he has to take along a stepladder to

K get the fodder.-San Mateo Item.A v The Phase of Catarrh Most piano for this UY.ol
':ransplrlng! In "Th. Land of Flowers." tone louver tbao other ,
large number of Miami citizen f Prevalent in Summer is a "
.t... fThinp I oll.d Down" to Suit the beat material, and a stworkmanhp ,
v assembled at one of the public hall n
:fi ,.!' :", .adsr-Items :.of: Interest to few evenings ago and the weather : S f h Run Down, Worn Out Up to date obit ne.:e' -n, f

iA ',0...... made all of them perspire. One of the Condition Known as detail and Coeiua '
i > "y'' e > .
"tr. ; :ed
t' ,
1 jMitt. -pear crop of Jefferson county I.h Isppjaa leaders said it was the object to organize :

:to'be a money, winner for the a "Worklngman' Olob.." at which ; t Systemic Catarrh. Sold by us continuous
't y : 10RPtloo.mar. than'three.fourths of y fur
wars
those present made their escape. The
>"Thevteof; ; the Governor's mansion OVER
; THIRTY
thought of work with ,the weather so TWO YEAR!
I,Tallahassee. I I. "out of .IKM".o far
warm had a disagreeable effect on ,the _
-beard from.
organization. without single failure U( run
,. Thajpaw/ school houie at Wildwood, want a piano !or a ufeutn--

'. itar county, will be ready for ooaa -MAN-COMMITS HEINOUS CRIME. service buy the

.icy September 15th.

?. 'W.*ft Palm Beach, with her Hot Air Menaced Babe to Awe Mother WhomHe 1Vlathushe k r

>:,43tttrftnd terrapin farm, ought to get Chimlnally Assaulted. t 11 Prices aa low aa la eoutstrct w'lb 1\1\ ,-r,

j. well this winter. Hattleaburff. Miss.. July 28.-Tn* 4., 1 Cub or oa easy terma. Sent 01 e 1.,

l'. of the healthiest orange groves country three miles east of here, on triaL We pay frelebW :te
for price
the New Orleans 1 TQUAYLuddon
and Northwestern
Lpbpka has not been fertilized: ,
4td In ten railway Is In a turmoil over a heinous ; 1
years lx Geo. A.xughes. .
)
-'-- case of criminal assault, i
perpetratedby
Sweat of Macclenny, who sud-
a strange white man upon 1\lrs. I & Bates
.' .kipped after cutting Henry M. John Dirge the wife of the railroad "Pe-ru-na Is the Medicine for
It ao he died, has returned to stand
_
section foreman at that point. The .
*alf the Poor Man.- A.unghe*
;**
case h.. Just been reported to Sheriff Southern Music House
1:."d Thomas and Frank Reed blacks, A. J. McAllen. who has announced CATARRllauame- phaaea ,

apt Into quarrel: at Wlldwood. Heed a reward of $tOo for the capture ol In SAVANNAH G.

('aowbss a charge of small shot In his the criminal. the early summer systemic catarrh U Illy

y>kn... The woman was at home alone with most prevalent.That JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr
tired, worn-out feeling in nine ESTABLISHED .
., Columbia county Is bound to have her 6-months-old babe, her husband beIng eases ont of ten is due to a catarrhal DC

.ftr 6od road,and with good roads there at work. The stranger entered condition of the mucous membranes. GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,

.*will, be no trouble to get good people through window thrust on her face TAMPA "'LOIUI. \,

... them. a handkerchief saturated with chloroform
and pointing to the baby asleep Mr. Qeo. A. Ilnghes,808 Mass. A"e..lndtan.poU*, Ind., writes;
".,Wilson Callaway. a wealthy tur on the cot said: Pcrunm hmm done me mon good than anything I have ever tmken. I LOW RATES

tine operator at Tallahassee died "If scream am forty'five jeers old now and feel MM good* I did mt twenty. t w.
/;Panacea Springs Wednesday of throw you that babe or say a word. I'll very thin and run down, but Peru.. acted Jut right la my ca... I... m FOll
on the floor and
stamp sometime need la the medicine tor
rt dl...... carpenter and m tonic. Perunm m
1 Its brains out with my heels" poor....n.--deo. A."Hughe*.
?!' *otomoblle owner In Jacksonville When the husband Special 1 : Occasions!
returned he - - - ------------------ - - - -- - --- ----------

Ite/'obliged to have their mach'net found his, wife upon the floor still A Congressman Uses Pe-ru-n In Ilia There are no remedies for catarrh just

I .bared. Some of them have their unconscious.It family. I as goad: aa Peruna. Accept no substitute VIA

i numbered also. was several hours before she was Hon.Thou. J. Henderson Member of *.
SOUTHERN RY
4-r:"CJovrnor Broward has Issued the able to give a coherent account of Congress from Illinois, and Lieutenant A reward of$IOOt O has been depositedIn ,

.'f tie were hantlly formed, but the writes from the Lemon building Wash bus.Ohio aa a guarantee that the above
crimInal
1aIa Cooper, sentenced to be hanged ... ". .
that bold Leave Jacksonville D:1O a. ., 7: : i>.i
had such a long start that ha hasso Ington, D.O., as i"Perunm testimonials are genuine; we
tamber 1st for the murder of Mar
far eluded hla has been used In family In our possession an then tic letters certf.
1 Bowman of Fouls Uorda.VS pursuers. my *44.25 Atlantic City N .T and re
t' with the very best result and I tmkeplemsure tying to the same. During many years tarn. On sale daily Limit Vtob r

," '., Jacksonville police have been In recommending your value adrvrtislr we ba ve never used.In partor 31. 1906.
Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.Foley' ble remedy to my friends ms m tonic In whole, a single spurious teaU- .
p4S? dIeg some'of the dens of that city "_. $tt47*. Bar H.rbor.1.ln.: and retarn.
and those placed under arrest Honey and Tar has cured and as effective cure tor cmtmrra. mon 1.1. On sale daily Limit otubr
among
Itendnon.C
,
J.
many easesof asthma that were considered Thos. Address Dr. Kartman. President of 1, 1905.
(
on* or two women who.have here- TnincOtia mem Columbus
Parana cleans thq The 11 art man Sanitarium. ,
"".10 N \ am
Saratoga Spring
hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Dues '
;; !tafor been considered respectable. brands and curea the'calarrh ,wberevwrlocated. Ohio. All correspondence held a'"c&l7< ,
return. On sale daily Lim' t '?ut>t-
Ing 701 West Third St., I) venport ourtltlentlal.H .
.+J.] Forest fires have been doing consid'arable 81, 1000.
Iowa, writes "A severe cold contracted I
l' 9S7.OO Washington, l It O am' re
damage: at Carnaveral, on the
twelve
years ago was neglecteduntil WRITES TO MISS ROOSEVELT. "........ 0..1'1.. turn. On sale daily. Lim" : cbr t
Coast. Ten twelve
f j iJC. or dwellings it into asthma. Th.be.t .
; finally grew [ wonder," said Farmer Curate...!. 31, 1906.
(, '".n destroyed and several wild deer --
medical skill available could not
who had just returned from a trip to
Private Soldier In Regular Army Will
1 .ad:some domestic animals were burn moreh.n TWO Sgfi Daily West.
give me temporary relief the big city "why no many young men Ks
Be Tried on Lunacy.
I"to death Koley's Honey and Tar was recommended Private James Insist on not gettln rich." Leave Jacksonville 7:4.% p. m., 7-:t;.p.
New York. June 28-
and bottle "\ "bat do mean?** asked his 1 *"8.0. Chicago Ill. and rrtar
;'A. special election will soon be heldPensaoola one tifty e"nt entirely O. Jones, of the regular army, who you > *$
' wife."They. On sale daily. Limit October <
cured of asthma which bad
$ to vote upon improve.E4ut me has been serving a term of imprisonment -
I all want to be lawyer or doe- .>0.40 Louisville Ky and retora
been for twelve .
bond growing on me
the of 50.onn years
to amount | Governor's Island for deser-
on torn Instead o* beln restaurant waiter Tickets on sale July ?9. :* ur.i :ite
las' follows For waterworks, I:.!.1'\OOO; If 1 had taken It at the start I would lion from his command at Wort flanks or pollcemon.<< "-\Vaolilncton Star. August 10. 19O5.

for( sewerage, UiO.CXIO for paving have been saved years :)f suffering." 1'1..... has been removed from Camp 916.G: KnoivilleTenn ana recur;

.,:'1JOOOOI'for city hall $75OOU; for Jail J. W. McOollum & Co. Williams on a special order to be examined I". CIa.._. Tickets" on sale July <,. **!

'\aa4 polio station, $2ft.uw. by the board of lunacy. He (moodlly) Ah. tell me truly. I.! limited 15 dsys. Kxtenaton b1 d T.,..

Will Arrest Race Track Men. Although treat secrecy has been there anything that hasn't been said until Sept. 80. 190$.

jv: E. .R. Smith a conductor of the St. Louis July 28.-A statement maintained the World states that It already on the subject of love 8baoftly Dining (..... Service a la mrtr

i':;fourth division of the Seaboard Air was made'by Chief of Police Klele was learned yesterday Private Joneshad I ( )-Prolwibly not. but I am 1I11ft'.ry Bleeping ear reservationanJ J
Railway and seven others, both -.. tailed information cheerful furo..bt'd
lndo >d. theabject
sure everything on
today that the Delmar race track been sending love 1 letters to MissAlice I'a ... -rIDS IrE
.IM and black under arrest hasn't been aal upon application. -ns .
are on l to me-Puck.Keraetne .
wouM continue today as usual and a Roosevelt.! Mor. than a score West Bay Street Telefhs3*
: '!;tha charge of carrying on a systematic number of warrants had been l IIIAued are said to have reached secret service J. O LTJSK. District 1..I1'.r 'lgt.

;.plan of robbing freight ears un the for men charged with violation of the agents wl.eu Jones finally sent a sharp Jacksonville. Fla.

?Mb* between Fernandlna and Tails ntt-pool selling law. which would b4! note to Mrs. Hoosevelt In which ho -- - -

,, _. ... . erred the If latter with standing between
police the
---- -------- -- today by mea charred. |fbe
THE SUN
,ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE. could: he found Captain McNameo the president's daughter and

,1'I I} who has commanded the raiding squadof himself. 1 JOB }PRINTINi:

,I police and who was hurriedly The secret service men soon locatedthe .
,......-r ... r-.... ...., U.adrttt t.t. sumS I
move to Jefferson City by Ooverno writer of the letters but were unable .

Ca.-4 br a (1.r.ot.nee .folk I la expected back In time to supervljie to learn bow h' managed to mall DEPARTMENTMakes

ta donla wondera the* day In the entrance of the police al them Some of them expressed the of A K dt
a Specialty
"' ",ldD. aa well aa In mechanic tunes n.-Imar track tmla,. belief that h* was feigning Insanity.
'"# Adam lived the human race has Ueentroubled of Plain and Far >
with dandruff for which no hale
Fatally' Burned In Gas
Explosion.
preparation ha heretofore proved a auo
:eeaaful our until Nowbeo'a llerplctde was Somerset.< 0.. July 29.-Kx.State Senator CASTORIAor

'Out on the market. It ta ,..I.nttl\o prt>- William M. Flock and wife were Infants and Children. CommercialJob
station that kllln the genes that makea
En 1a -.
fatally burned today by a natural (
dandruff or vcoirf by dinning Into the ga
} ealp to get at the root of lh* hair, where explosion' In their home. Kor some Tit KM YM Hm Alms Buffet' Absolutely the safest and most economical

t* apa the vitality; cwualrur itching acatp day there had hen escaping gas I ID power now on the market. All
tatting hair. and finally baklne, \no.lit .. their house and efforts to find the I lea Bears thoDepot sise*-J Vj" to 3) horse power. Write for Priniin
r te dandruff hair '"11In'I'W tururlantly.3t Bignatar. ot price. ,
had been unavailing. '
la Karly: today .f
th..ely d..ro.r of dandruff. This engine is not a "Jack at alltrades"
ward by loa.llnr/ Orurcl'ta. Band lae. ter the couple hat arisen there was a
.**",,>. far with dynamo or batteries. and . .For.Business .
? aami>l to The IrM terrUlc explcrsha from some unknown "
," Co, t> la Robbed In Tennesaee. sundry trigrer to keep you 'pa ailed,
trolt. Uteh.
i cause and the KJnck residence but it 18 "Cracker Jack"
was a to do
t .K H, U-lir.rxl *. C... Hprrlal \...... Ut.raUlown to pieces. Mr. and ...h.III.r.o.., aly SS.-A Union work and no mistake Sold under your foil Men
City. Teen. dispatch say that a man
; .- -- --. Mr*. Flack were found by neighbor guarantee or your money beck Simplicity ,
; was sent from Chicago by the Illlaols itself
In the wreckage unconscious and featally .
'lF YOU LOVE YOUR Central to take the place temporarilyof Men.Manufactories
burned and It .. said they ran. 6EO. W. MOYERS jProfesripnal ,
the night man at tae depot at Paducah -
net recover from th.lr Injurtva.
I WIFE Junrtton. Last night the strancr Ual.r.elltir FUrMaUAI5E9iTILLCM Etc

DON'T robbed the safe of a considerable .. ,
---- ---- ----"----- ------ -
The Diamond Cur.
acm -of money and a couple of pistol FATOBITCRESORT. 5"f
ROAST HERBy The latest new* from Paris. Is that and diapt e.rr4. Tb. robber caaaretf Legal Blanks on

they have discovered diamond cure I his clothee, leavtac his old salt be- -- !

compelling her to bake the family for consumption. If you fear con .tacL Tb. following letter fr' i iH.

bread during the hot un.mr months. amptlon or pneumonia, ,it will however I mall order eo.lOat4l' je"

Boy jour U read from be bet for you to take that great Win Interest Many.Kvery Alachua Pool Parlors. ton I 1.oahville.. KJ a

remedy mentioned by W T McOe ofVanl..r I|I perms shook know that good II. Meowsty.

...Keystone Bakery... T.... "I had a eoogh. for I' health I* Impossible If the kidney are .. OaJaeavUU.. FU. ,
C. Bar**. l ......... .! tmetier
1't' ,],'. a saving of time, work and mosey I fourteen years. Nothing helped Be,!i(I deranged, Foley Kidney Cure will Dear Bars B* *"."aPt" "'6'
time
FrvaJi Brest Btlvert4 Daily uatil I took Dr. King's New I>U ov ry j Bare kidney and bladder 4 wease In ..- Uto MfewUj Ia daw satisiautory st.avie

To all part of th. city. Also Cake., for CoaaampUoo Coagh; and-CeWa. ell forw.4.,and Will b ll4 npavr sad 9& teswhb. aiaaf ''.'t'.u,r4

Pt+a tad every otlkar prod not Ion of wklefc %?* UMtaat ..u... ttlNdtsja .waw.,n paiai.a.. say will y -_i/...N su-a*Ww& ,Is e "*

t: IKo -moefei... .p-brisa >p.tnawettt.rrw'e V.., sI: sd ijSdifaaiaMsaiBWinljr; > Lw.lated Iw Ae.ci'a.e Dies.. a.... -OIl,. Ira (, a "
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JULY 29, 1905 :1I

..:
'' ---- -

Ii.we. -- pAel.r WHY THEY LEAVE HOME. Many yjung men who are starting

f S1ff out iii life took about for some one after
Chi; : gLun.i 31'01 people trooder why' ,foreigner whom to pattern, when the tact ..

.r' leave their home and come to this apparent that success in life, by whatever KING OF ALL LINIMENTS :

:: Pat Ogle. a' O.tnesr3li.Tla. country to liv. In maul instance standard that succe.* lx n14...-
.i :=
.---. a.,.rte.e "l.aIIe taatt aauer.j they are opposed! to being driven into urfd dp reds more upon the man than CURBS 1U.SU1IAT1SM AND ALL, PAINS

j, . the army wher they put In the best upon the examples before him Thereare t.t..Aleaa,. .sere f.W.ff .eeee.feAlea.
l -; ;:. --cataKY.FAU.- PuhlfMer. portion of their day' and they have qualr.es inherent and qualitiesthat C U RES w..... N.oa.Tlorwo.; =: iw T.AO.a.da.., a.ealo."...la.s, al..o./ea...

r. r.' .tSHLSti.AaoeTaNl_ _ _Jlt.Or_-:__ heard of freedom and are desirous n.ar be cultivated that mean PasT.es.aa..............._- a._...,Aai_._.......rlAr f/AI."'.....of_-.af.MSW T..
I k CUT rdttor.i eujiiyinst. they desert the army or event us. ucec provided their owner
,(: s g:.s.SE E.HCRTZ. method doctor their *o a* "
by some eye i* of the right sort. Without any

i-::,3Ar.:!> j UKUMBY..eoT>> TrareUBAAgeoc to incapacitate them for service and example' at all a man with than quail- !
; sail for the land of the free where 1 'l'
ties, will" e e..d.iUlotli them, and .
;;,., --r"";- FlLtri'tT. Sort. CompoRter Roorca.POKTEK they become eitiavns.! But that does yet' with the most lustrous example lb

not free them from the }Fatherland a* the wonJ ha ever seen no man can $

:L OFFICE:rcct.: ... BI.OCJC.lIS Tlu..O".sR U4 will be seen by a recent dispatch succeed 1 tJ
.'s. ,. )lallll which says that after living for Ihlr'one ,- ',

;;,-:-wt .* e i':C.publiabed every morning cs.rc year in the United States, August With a good sewerage system in a NOWRJLAJ

_i%.).,jy de1ireTed Pad 01 the by Cnltetl carrier<: SUte"in the P0"city**or" Pfaff a well known resident of Cleveland city' there i* lea* danger the drea,led < t

..{j .W te any : 2..50 .b: 'ontha; $1."three 0., who returned to Germany on infection that* frequently make
.Lrl" ,a rea'
;.pctr lee, ,1''. c .t. for See wecka-atiictly in a visit has been arrested by the German their' appearance and terrorize the

,. "twat.t.diaa' authorities while on a visit to his people as well as paralyze ba.ine#.. r

.'( cents a tine native town of lla*>ekmg, Germany.The The yellow fever was. a terror to the .
,', Bet ee.In local column to
and S ccats for each additional information came In a letter to his people of Havana until the United!
:< i,.&ia.ertioa
.tit- son. The letter stated! he had been in State pat in a system of ."'trf'raee"Dd
& Na ditop1& advertising made known one jail two week and would probably remain -Inaugurated modern sanitary meat > THIS 1UCMARKABLX CURL

.:>O. in prison for sometime, althoughhe ores Every city of any size will find

r nc Son b an'eight-par= *,fortypluma hoped! eventually to be released It pay in the long run to have good "I wa much afflicted with rheumatism write
Twtce-a-Wcck Ed.C.
Nad.lowavUle.Sedgwick Co..K man*,"go*a*
,; pe P*'. pabU.becIrJ', Monday and upon the payment of a fine. sewerage. about on crutches and safierinr a great deal of palm.I .
".Tmday. and contain all the news of the No matter how long he may reside was induced to try Ballard'Snow Liniment which
,rk. bat. state and general and will be this country, if he deserts the army he Howell Herring of Plant City ii cured me. after using three SOc bottle. IT IS Til IS
,.,,11oe4.postage free to nay part 01 the t-nte is liable to arrest on his and accused of running a blind tiger GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER US1tD;have r c.
for ._a ar-ln advance.' return
Caaada y mended it to number' of all
gate. >r I officers a persona expreaathemael'w
When the attempted to arrest
who wouldn't want to leave such a
I aa being benefited by' it. I BOW walk
A3: vrtUiBK billa become dab after fintMMrancecf country like that! him Thursday he drew two revolver without crutches and ana able to perform a gtent
adTCTtiaemant, nnteaa otherwise ,and fired once 'at the marthal. Hs deal of light labor oa the farm."

alpvhted.m be required ia contract.to pay Parties,for advertising not known to ad-ua I CHANGE OF VENUE.In was finally nrrected and fined $5 foirestating THREK. : S17rS: 25c, Soc AND $1.OO

THE DAILY SUN. an officer. Mutt have a pull .
Addre**.
.va. BALLARD SNOW LltNIIVHEISTCO.rr.
C+AOrarttrs, P1.A. speaking of the trial of the mar. .
txHJB. u. So A.
darer William*,The Peosacola Journal In his sermon on "Good Advice" .

GEN ROBERT BULLOCK DEAD. saya: Rev. Dr. Jordan of Savannah said ;I r
"From present indication it look a* "Young man. n.- spend a cent of

'. The> Ocala Evening Star of Thura- though an effort will lx made to get a anybody else' money, and never borrow a SOLD AND PtatCOMMCNOKD Y"W

'tot,Jaly 27', says: change of venue in the case William any' money to'spend." If this advice M. JOHNSON, G hLc. s-cri: :L1aIII '
"General Robert Bullock who hasten F. Williams. At least \It is stated that la followed many young men
.. _..
-- -- - --- - --- -- ---
confined to his bed for several attorneys who have been secured to might be better off.
.month died this afternoon at 1:30. represent the defendant will make an ,\ "\"\"\"I"\

Vhile it was hoped for a long time effort to this end and will also tight any Hon. William Jennings Bryan has

; that the General' strong constitution special term of the circuit court or any been asked to speak at the Mid-Wintei

.voald bring him through hit illness, it effort to have a speedy trial. Fair at Tampa, before the Sunday If You Are Insured.

cuter, apparent during the last few "Attorneys have been employed by school children, on a subject pertaining -

lift that he was nearing the end, as relatives' of Williams and they will to righteous government. Other r ::

> In a Company that is Responsible. Have .' Correctly
to winder. He wa the oldest citizen for trial. Their first fight will be to Written With Liberality of 1'oliey Contract and the Company v

Is the county having come here in get a chang of venue and It is probable Some people don't like to be told to C J'.). Losses Promptly I

145, aDd its leading one, he having that if a change is granted one of cleanup their premises, bat the sanitary i..

taken an important part in every move the> nearby counties will be chosen. officer mast do his duty, and the
that tended to promote the best interact "Williams ia seemingly contented in better be doea It, the less business C You Are Assured

of the community. lie was a Jail and read everything pertaining to there will be for the grave digger.
arm and gallant soldier was promi- with Interest. He is visited by
his ease That no serious loss can overcome you without you have soma
teat in the councils of his party and his relatives each day who furnish him C refuge.

wend two terms in Congress with dia- with his meals, and ii apparently In

I taetion. His death is deeply detared good spirits. He ha not been 111 to any You Must

." extent, the only' thing being that he ) Fire Life Accident and Health Insurant- :
becomes restless occasionally from being ,
If joa feel infected disinfect at once. confined In a cell with no one with
Gt lime.Scthine. whom to converse." ) None but Reliable Companies Ilepreeented.JRL. .

If you cannot, it in due to an

aDd fresh air in the living WILL CZAR ABDICATE. irritated or congested state of --

rooms are very good disinfectants. the brain, which will soon develops # 1VI. OTJJBHIVr: : T ,. p

There I is talk of the abdication of the into nervous prostration.
I ? rhapt the people of Tampa will Cur of Russia from his throne. If he Nature demands sleep and ) Information cheerfully furnished. ()AINES''ILLffi. FLORIDA

10'ear to have the western suburb should do so, ve will give him credit it is as important as food; it
tsecied at the present time. for having more sense than has been is a part of her building and ""' I"'I

accorded him in the past. While he sustaining process. This period -. --.-_.__---.._- ._ .. .. -. _. ... --" .' ''-''. -__-.__.

The weather man is glad that "dog has been dubbed a ort of "sissy ra'D." of unconsciousness relaxes the PARTIAL PRICB LIST OP

**,." are here, for be can b..e.n easy he will do the proper thing by stepping mental and physical strain, and .
fcm- in predicting rain. down and out before he is humiliatedat allows nature to restore exhausted Whiskill Wints Btir and Mai 't

the peace conference which he certainly vitality.Dr. ,
The TwiceaWeek Son ia not running will be If any terms of peace Miles'! Nervine brings = --=- -=--=?,..,'.' ,_', !','.--.jt: ; _- as:-= -r_

U j library contest and no library coo- are reached. refreshing !sleep because it RXPICEMM I'IU.UD.: Balk Ue4 -Jar* .'rH- *' .

pans are printed in that paper. lie is like a whipped bully. For soothes the irritation and removes ruu Q.. N.u... t QQ...+. It Qu. ft ao f.rUaUoai' "* ,
years we have been led to believe that the congestion.It ,: Heating Club H''t OU I' 00N.a.oa II,..Ola. '..ra. Maud .1....
., IJ 4 fii t Walo.ottana 51.5) l'.,i ..lk.nhr.
c-w Hr
The hah of Persia la not so slow, the Czar of Russia was the head of the is also a nerve builder; It Mr. an) 10 .00 ..o,...M 4'rn.'.Hun llaU..eiSue. Klne .all". _

1 ,H* it doing Paris and ia dead broke so greatest nation of lighter on the nourishes and strengthens ev H.....'.".." H1.. a 7. a ou a 10ho.lal .Oln. Corn Hutu." r !ISe.t foe' theM .......".-
there it earth and now that little Japan has ery nerve in your body, and Drove ao 5 k. I' CO au l*.r U.lunA 14'
no danger of the Parisians do- 4V* Mrs leach and AM" hraady.. M
li Itim driven his armies nearly off the creates energy in all the organs. Mall. W ..aa.w I tt a OU a 10 ..I br aam .. Ma
surface of the sphere, he would Nothing will give strength ..._IIad, I Ty 1 GO C t. l*.,aloflt: 3: :
.APIot. INs.dr . ... In sin sac Vt Urla Ht-, M.*..lai lru| n. eel miners are preparing for a never be considered of much account and vitality as surely and Ho&1."U'' . I IG a m t tosacs..a ,

ante The movement ia being made If he remained as Czar, for his quickly as Dr. Miles'icrvine.. : :: S :: t hsal.tlb r..w."T '...iiH MKRIL. Per
h i. I had two Ccrolins (:awn e Or ...... ,.
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forestall alockoa' of the anthracite method. would not r> changed toward attacks TJwrtnar r-t l.alrlyp.arlyp. wbirh l.ft an* .......... C.:.ws, S f. 1 in .10 rates. "'.11>
al miners. his own people fttthongh he would wry __tI. anal In had rondttltMk' 1was "...... Hum i et 1M r M N/aedard .' w.
......... Maui I n 5 w s 10
a. --.-. I could not al-p. Mr Mali tiiiraaarli ..
appear to other nations as a nobodyat wlfa nfl"r trylnrr diff-r.nt r.m.di.e. Irene IMandr 57$ Sri) bKiag C'uburvor, ...|..>rt" .,
A Urr-1 of and bead of penpl that would always wont for a <1 t'.r. Th d .M..r woe 01 k.'w, ike rboe I to a CIO WA.urtw.a IMm Ala. ....... ... . ..
I om* good sani- the a out. and a _ir.. .... r_........4 <>r. Atl.rw.d us All u..a. of .... U.- ""N'. Vlata' ,.....
*0 work, says The Tampa Tribune be plotting for his overthrow MH4 N.rrln.. arwl P><* .r?__ht hom P0.05 be.e.. ...... .... ... I..u.. .
| a a hottl I h-fl not slept for a.-.tint.. ,
i. aunt deal lets expensive: than said basb t' mM- Paine In .nrhead.
I' n a'-conJ- la.. funeral. The London Times. IndlseuMing the After t JiJnr: n few Tvt e "" HANNE BROS. JAt'KHOS
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and IUyt.
the pale waa rmt M atr- W. AUAMM HT. a.

1. cotton situation says that It will be .... _1.n Atlanta Journal ha become soii.ee year* before West Africa raise even I1KKKT M. HMJT1I. UfMUrbUt. Vt
Iaa.Jf.Oaanswrasldsaa II. I.TATLOaCaa Mtt4.Use.
IIIt..j the hundred thousand bale of cotton. Or. Mllee* NiHi fe eat l4 toy yewr .
In the local)
k,1:It.'IQ slump *> ...... w.... will e*.are>.... ....c.*.. W. liens. Vls>....*.ldnt ).as (ls.ltaw.tssl. Oylsii t
that It ha the standing of The cotton growing sections of this .t1Mtfe Win ....eat. If It f..... hHII .
'sue find fault with this f w e4 ***' ffnn.r-
rafter will
not ,
league player fiery badly country
Mil** Medical Co. Elkhart. LtdG
Tiled .. we 000Id raise enough to supply a THE FIRST NATIONAL BAa
greater demand than \is grown at the

1& h. tto* f.' been decided whether present time.
Mitchell of MEN All WSMIL : G EB-vlJ.Lm: _
Oregon will, .M the
"' rw the.I.s........I
e.l >f senator to hi. name for 'h."n.DJDIr Catarrrt Cannot be Cured I ::. *
::= : r
six moeiths. the convict With local application, as they cannot : ell ....... _ton salve... THE ONLY NATIONAL, HANK: IN ALACHUA OO?
r .... -.... sat ......
reach the seat of the dia. Catarrh -
blood constitutional) die- Miliea. ..awnNUsusics Capital. . . . . . . . . . . ..f&O.OOOOO ,
Cu i, a or I .. .. ..... ......
4 ")WI1 the weals aDd drive out ease, and la order to cure It you muet ....- --.. ;;; Undivided Prot
m"ai .. ... Sorpltw and tea.,. 30.0OO 00 ;
"'ttl -itos. Toer ar- many va- take internal remedl fUH's Catarrh i.eS ea ....... ,
*)*. where tb.... U a rank growth Core is take* internally and Does eM."...**. a eeaaiy....-. w" ,>.....s...... ae eer *.*h toav -is ..... a
*. w.... . .--......,.......tSwiws/.es.. .........sates./
t .-..-!T They should be out down act. directly I oo tbe Wood aod mucous ......arrMLma.e All Lii/euta...............j .
lad t>"7rned. .urf..... Hall's Catarrh Core is not a H.'J'ATI.OII.OuIaJew. ,.y

u 7k' quaek mediein i Ia was prescribed by -- .. .. . .. ..- -- --
**opl* of P or14a\ have great oae of the beet phyaasn la thU eoaav :.f.

a *". Porter Beat health offlst try for year and to a regular preeertptloa. -
tad '. a, work with m will to It U emiiponosl of the beet souls ,aaaaaaN rent may. ....AD B. F. JORDAN, !:.7
a' 7...isi.. .
r eoafbleae. Ill adrkw known, combined with the bt blood ..w.Maaar.. Iw ALt, C. Vt... a.. n to"
4 followed ae ner m* prwiDle.A purifier acting directly oa the moeoo ..r .ms,+.eW W ..... N.. I 'I
eorfae... Th, perfect eombiAtio *- IliaaiMelf. ,.. CII..IKSTBMT 'ltt
;; of the> two iavgredleaM to what t .tip. INSURANCE ,
tf-rtion a fl;
to wh.th.r tk. b. t Cl. e
C + a ro1ae) eoeh .....erf.1 resell ia sea star via L asrrr sass.
d .r lb. llaala ?a B.U.wd os eurvh. and for teal.ae.laJ. IJ
**rIDe t
'':i I'e eoe.i i.d i.ao1 wsrrylagab ,.... F.Catmwry A Co.. ......... I P*-'. (..{ tjtf7tt: ,
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.* ALTERING A PICTURE. I Who was the m..original....... BlaebeArdTP sm..A.. ::i3 0 ..A.. ::E=(, :D: -En:7EJXN'XBB: : - ------- C- 4.nZJa"- -::::

1 'W v .lb. CLa... Did lf.C FI**** tlMI aka a writer In the London Chronicle. -
1 owt..... Art/.t. I Be continues: "We owe the famlUnrBloel DR. DaVERE B. :M.; '.
AirLine
's An artist was talking about the noted >eard" of the pantomime Charles Railway

pv;;"''Ckruan painter Adolf Ton Menxel. Pernlult. the I'reiicbman who publish. . . .DENTIa7Omee

., ."Von" :)lenzel." be *said .Inted_ the ed In KZXVO7 his Immortal atorie of I . FOR. . .

Clearest Mud tuowt distinct of picture 'IJInebettnlThe Sleeping Beauty: --

, ".......,.tWU6: with burn was worked out IJttle Iced Hiding Hood and Cinder Savannah Columbia Camden Southern

''I'' to'the last' hair. Nothing waa. ever aug- ella" Hut It la very uncertain who lf over )Marco End.' .

' :,!Ige.tld. \Vlth .u rted.Wetdi7.t.. ImpresslouHtlc nio'xxly, was Perranlt'a model for Pines. Richmond Wash- '.
Raleigh
,'\ pictures be bad n<..Mjrni'jpaUiy. nlu..lf"uro." Some have supposed that ,
;[ lie was called the Melssouler It wn our Henry VIII., others that the : \ A. CARLISLE,

''Gt(J I'n.UJT. tale I Is a lampoon upon the cantle lorda ington, Baltimore Philadelphia ATTORNEY al I .
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i, "In x-discussion of a certain Impres- of knight errantry days In general.I'rrhape .

%l'on'.t'' 4 vaguen unintelligible work I0ne0 tbe favorite candidate baabeen New York And Solicitor m iu. 4 1
Giles de Hals marshal of l+'rance,
I beard. Vou :Alenx l lmy:
'J'* .r1ss Elul Ma.-kliclin sold to the who was banged and burned. In 144O Real Estate. CODt"Jsnc Uj tog

'Quriloeir ,X. two years ago our of bin. for an awful series of crime During. Three Elegant Trains Daily. eral Praeact AU "UlaU". ''rulZ1rU'tit.

,")aUd lithe'.. Tim <*ouut*** after nut- had fourteen years! be was believed to bare attended .. Otttee next: dour t .

''Muf'OM luUiliwuiM a few wc.j'k* tired of kidnaped about ISO children tortured Seaboard oftice GAl\L'er!! . t 1):11...:;....
Itjtand;' : t& aiKAlii-r urtl t who dined them sacrificed them to the devil Express.;
burned their bodies and burled their FERDJ AND BAYEK
w'tb.Ler ue ullit duo *!il.I: ,
sit1.tbtak:! the new pi-tuie! Unit llrrrMarklydm bones In his caa'le ground But the Seaboard Mail. ATTORNEY
Al .
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soltl we lurk u iIi iItlotl. It resemblance between bis tale and Blue-

e da.:life In It. Wotitd you be) ulllliiKi eard'a I. too slight to be 'convincing." Gaiisasvitta f

:**(?.poJut ''for uio u iiinn or uoinaii ont m__
tt,'road that run tlirot.gU the mldrr A_ Vt.- .../. Widow. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Can sell jour city ,.
that the standardof .rt1
,- It would appear proved and animproveu/ ilm.
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**,< inadniii" snld. thepaluteer happiness of at least one African trucking and farmrg lauj pan t Ark
.'t&,.... Wuy surely. fired h.a:
AIM! lit 'u'lk tin 1)1.! '- widow In Manhattan had reached htxbwater Only Line Operating a list of what you utter fr rt1e, ;lily
by this advertisement -
mark. Judging
Home ,with blui. I.UI.1 tale a.l.III1'1 >>

returned it tIlt' in M mo:DI! <>;. published a few days ago: Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans W.E.. BAKEK.ATTOUNEYA.

,; !. 1At.-r. mee'tliiK Matklflni, bu *.>.'tl. Widow, colored aim S4 with tilirti ncbooltrnlnlnr.
excellent cook. desires ,
vocalist < :
,1 1"'rIl; had the nti
ipe, of >oiirx tti > oilier: C!.iv', it extremely fair. clun. sober, moral and write A. O. cDONELL. S. O. BOYLsJTON. J... . SOLICITOR IN CH.\ 'H
':eM Uind rii|"* you sulal| | the <\iuut n.vern married.. Address WIDOW Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent r t t. '

!'..Xi"Bb* wanted n figure' lu It. nn.l The following personal printed In a JACKSOrTVILLE. FLORIDA.

,.ebItce. : her I pHlntttl an CIA! inasuutdown metropolitan newspaper the other daTa GAINESVILLE Alachua! COfflce }W.

the rond." t"lte ileserves a class by Itself: in }:Dlh-j K ,1'k'

.;s M..rkb4"lm treJwu.'tJ. A Rurnpean a"ntman! wl.ti.. to tn_tan CLYDE LINE'rrBI
.,. ". : road?" lie until. "Tlie mud American who U the typical daughter

don't remember guy road In tint pleyea of all that Is moat admirable' In our ac; DR. J. H. ALDEHMA .
M one gifted with the bold frankness of Understanding
: the enthusiasm of cxp*ctaa*
''j.'! "Olt there Is road." said 3
o cy. the merry cheerfulness of superiority DEz.'r18t.
;tb! other, the psychical and physical alertness of .
?.V' ,". "rCAh't rernll It." said 1I rkh..lm..d. thoa of tomorrow: the worldly Independence
of this optimist must be duplltatcd -
.* ," 'Finally, to settle the matter theyp'.nt
; view' matrimony. OverDuttoakCO'a Bar-II: ,,
to the house of _the countess nodtltood FESTINA LENTE.

',' before the picture.I -New York Tress.Kailvvx .
|.5w"** ***!TLere," ..Mitrklielin'fl" brother

[...lHair-Mtbere' la your road, and there Is. K.r Rrldea.' DR' GOKDON U. T1SO.NDENTIS.T..

old peasant walking down It." The custom of giving knives to -mi

,':t"'"Foot"" Mnrkhelm cried "what brides was formerly a common practice .
vS'you done That Is. not u read In when It was fashionable for women : :- :mmBL-r: :: TZL-USTG-S:

"center of my work. It !I.> H rlv- to iear knives sheathed and suslieiidid BETWEEN

." '.*=Ban Francisco<< NewsIetter.THE from their glrol .. A wedding Jacksonville and New "Vortc
r' omce In)1i:.er Law", tOAIMESTILLB : ,'. .,.;,
e n"ertd an opportunity of presenting Calling at CHARLESTON. S. 0., both ways.

aROUND CUCKOO. ftomethlnir novel or ornamental In the FtaTHE .
The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service
cutlery line and frequent reference toRoth

1ea.1. c....... It ni.pi.r. l. presents occurs<< In tine play. of the Clyde New and Southern Lines
England WEST END
.' Ca.. ..* ft........ sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.In ,

i.1",Ona ot:the most Interesting Zooloach'al'' tbeVltch of Edmonton." 1O48. for Direct Service Between! JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and FINE WINES. LHiUOHs A t (UAR3|

ti4M la the California ground cuc- Instance, tbe bride is described as PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,

IZa. usually Is from twenty to rearing "(he new pair of Sheffield Calling at Charleston both ,ways. JOHN MEN/JKS. 1"1'01'IIH21 '

ity-flve Inches long. Including hit knives, fitted to one sheath... A lUt SEIVl..I-: :H1mKL-r: : : S... ..ILINt: S W. Hay U.._JacuiUla; .to I a

:Which' wetisiires 'ue-tialf of hla' of trinket usually worn by ladles Sout.h LewU Wharf, BMton

Ie length. On account of his small about 15 Includes. girdles, knlvN.I Northbound. .. .. .. .... .... From Foot of Catherine a'., Jacksonville Faust beer bottle and d rau"h11..0'" .
,.WJn..?. U*> Is n poor filer, but what beriftcka U....ea and pin cases. In Dekker'n fail to call on me when in Jaek'onnlU

'In aerial dexterity he makes up "Mntch Mo In Ixuuloii." 1G31. the bride

..;.1' pedestrian teloe.It,.. With his four *uys to her Jealous husband: Clyde St. Johns River Line KRAUSS
MAX
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"\7std Jumps he can outrun tin swiftest ""A- at my girdle hang my wedding B.tweerl JACKUONVILLB and SANFORD ,

race' horse. Ills jttMtgraphlcnlconflnet I rouge With knives tbetM ,dispatch me." Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Francis, Bereaford (DeLand).artd'Intermedia/e Representing
1 to southern California
Landings on St. Johns River.
i Mexico and some parts of Texas. A. I.d/awatio.. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSOSVILLE"h E. A. WEIL & co., :::;:
:bird of the ground cuckoo out.t
prey Law Notes relates that Albert E.Pillsbury !
tWlta his moat avldlous fellow crew uCIallltftchu..tt. appointed to sail as follows : Leave JACKSONVILLE Srand",., Tuesdays WHOLESALE SHOES
former general
:. u..... Snails and large worms lIlCti. attorney and Thursdays, 3j3O p. m. Returning, leave SANFORD Mondays,
the birthplace *
) on visiting
I i tot his principal food which he Is of Horace Cireeley in Amherst Wednesdays and Fridays, 0i30. m. or All U..ooc.rlptl.m80le -.

oil duy In digging out of the Soutbbouad. SCHEDULE ?:?
)jtmay N. II.. noticed that there was no placard Rea4down. head
'[ $'round, nut he. dees hot hesitate to I Ir about the place to inform tbe TLeave8:8Opm.Jacksonville . . . . . . ..Arrive 2 KM) am

attack larger nnltnuls. It Is no Ironbl I public of Its historical lutttrvst. Accordingly 8:4opm . .. .. .... . . . . . .Palatka.. 8OOpn .
"> tw him to gt the better of small' be himself tacked on the StOOam . . .. .Astor 8:8Opn Agents for MONAKC II and .e" LB-

!':_ak..., and when donie-itlciite be house a card which read: "This Is the :8Oam. '. Francis. 2OOpta ElG QUALITY bhoe, 1:T-T
.4 .BeresfoTi (DeLand) . ... 1:00 pm
,'.bests bUT cat or dog lu the exteriulnaU birthplace of Horace Oreeley." While Arrive R:80 Sanford 0:80 am pair warranted.

'tion of mice and small house |M>*ts. be was engaged at this task a passing _10:00 ... . Enterprise..'. . ._10:00 am
Moat curiously Interesting Is the native paused to read tbe card nnd. J. Manasse. Aged|
: GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE. W. BAY 8T.JAOKSONVILLH
u.Btrateglc sagacity he displays In the turning to Mr. IMllabury ho rewar'ted
'capture); of large mttlesuakei '11 It"-" with some acidity: "The gall of some ... )t. IRONMONOKK.. AMU 0.... Pa.L A.". .n West hay tit. JaaluonrUle.TQa.
W 0.Ou01's&m.Jr lireigblAaens c. P.LOVt.Lb.Supertamesd.st
fI'" dare not meet In fair awl open of yon fellers that bev made money lu r%of Mo to.tr.el. Jaek.oovtlle. TTla.A. The FloridaFruit
1 i combat.. .\a soul na b.. espies a rattle- the city la fairly alck'nln. What do O IIAOERTV.OeB. Cast'a I..es.Air*..New York. CL-YDt!;: TUNE:, O ejrI1 ..New YortTIIKO.
U. I ()ERc WM. P. A CO..
take sleeping lu the sun near H ctic* you suppose folks here car whether General Manager General Agents, and Truck Grower!

t be hedge be anrrounda his ckI: i with you was tort on this farm or some Cssbrou Iluudioa- 10 Statastr..,.N.w York:

;_ heap of the prickly leave until lu other farm 'rh 'm'lI my sentiments. .
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';krwell lieininiM In. He then prick Mr. tirccley. and, don't you forgtt It:" .d .'.
A dk.Mefnr s.t..e.. L. J. 1J1tt:3IUIdltur: 4iOCA 1..1'
Nit.'the rejallw{ a tv.Urnwith his TheATLAIITA
"Scientists!! have discovered that
'..rp bill which causes a sudden Bean.LsaoUon (.nrrl.. It Witt* ...-. a LA. FLt.
caterpillar can eat 6OO tlmea Ita weightof
In the cnrtu heap lit blx nt A short time! ago a burial took placeat I "
food In a month.
.$'Pt' to dl>entaiiKl" himself from the sea front one of his majesty's cruiser -Say.:* replied the dyspeptic billion JOURIUL Oae Year. . . ..... .. it1."

|.1>...YM.be wouud lit. tender flesh, uudft *. As there were no leads with the aire. "1 wonder If the scientists Have Single copies. . . . 10
; but hour theavta'.ge stuns large piecva of coal were attachrtl
i 1 take an or two ,for ever &Jone..n7 experimenting In the
tn the liody In their III. .. All the
,. rattler to die of sheer ex way of Kraftlng caterpillars* stomacha Daily --
r;bauttlon and furnish a murk c*retet" crewr.* summoned on the quarter
other Y. necordIlerald.
on things Chicago Sunday
'. tidbit for tb* sly cu'kOtIII.. metb- tie.k, fur the burial. Ju.t.. the body A handsomely Illustrated ci.*U.II..

04 with bin prey re eutblea that of tbecat wan t,,hvg lowerrtl Tat burst out laughIng SemiWeeklysi'iiscmmoN devoted. especially to theo int..rr.uo.j
i- with the mouse Next" morning the chaplain sent --. - -- ,. TRICE: the ,fruit and vegetable .-cr> *er t

for Tat and. asked for an explanation Florida.A .

:* t....... ml He"* tlalr. of his. laughter at such a very solemn lOUISVIlltlUSIIVIllt[ BY MAM I special trial subscript t..1
DAILY AND SUNDAY t
+ will be sent on rc tnta.
?' There. never haul kern an Important tin,. "Hurt new replied rat.01'.. months
One . 97 OOHlz .. Stamps takeu.
year
revolutionary movement without. M red b *vnl o many a wan troln below, bat
months . .
8 AO
UI'"" ulver se n WAn take Ma coal with I
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bated concerned. If
| er oii Intimately One month 8D
.\! not the leader.** any A writer. "=" ..orI7 i un afore.**-. 1..1nt..u_ Tatler. R. One week. 12: AUCHUA
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COUNTY
x' .II the great reformers or founders of I Sunday. only one year :2 U) ,...
1..1 r 10:....... .
: elUglona ba.11 hair. History men TilE DAILY JOURNAL. .. ..
A wealthy Australian squatter In order i i. .*-* : c
dills that halted I Alachua county
li.iniiiiHl was a red (Including the Ha'arday edition). ..tt'I
!_au. Klnic 1"hI was ruddy. IxmlaV to protect bl. six daughters from Very Low Rate Round-Trip Sum- I One year $s oo area has 2 fortune hunter left bill property to mile road
: wan a randy haired mama withtoy Six months :y &o wagon at.t
... of the tliaracterl-alc peculiaritiestte them In aqua{ utmr: a. but decreed that mer Tourist TicketsOn One month . 44 123 public school. '

.. tyi.*. flcnpatm. 1101 called 'theIlcl.Lbmlre'l If either tnsrrl- without the consent One week 10 pIantssaw:;! muJ, t a r:
of th. trust >*. she houkl forfeit her sale dally 'various. reports North hot dye newpstr '...
Fall leased wire '
H rrV.., of service of the A.
., Mary queen and West, limited October 3Ut to return doc e8 corn, common r
share to her cUterIveu the ,
,'1Ieoaa., b.tl1 hair and 1'rlnce .,.., .- case including Chicago. Milwaukee, sociate Press and a large and ettVienteorpsof 08... rye. potato i '
Mtri..enbled; tier ,In enlurlug. l.ticrvmJal ram Up at Hyduey It was fuun.t that Minneapolis. St. Paul. Denver, Colorado -' eor.pootl.nu over the United anges. peaches, p-'r' .-.

4 gortla .*ok. ,tu her |I"1rtr.U<% nouiewhatalburn. the six sisters had all marr. !<* | sail ,1.". u-e. h bad for < Tb. news while it is news.Special .
.i'??/ '} ic.-u ral..tU was of tI.- Extremely low rates to 1'ortlanJ features
ratted h.1Iba... In the tj herslstrts Sunday's Journal
,-. :d4--.1tT. rep aI'." : 'p "hkh wLit suit pnnwrty Ore., account Lewis A Clark Centennial Colored' eomto' supplement.dlagsain. ,
state of Main which the $"
:?', ,beth ber aduilrriIH; her detractors*. a Exposition ; alto to lien franci* a i : seetioaHousehold Gainesville the Coip'i I
..- tattles tloubtleMi
i' ft. IC.... ..*..!.. __ Only U.. operating through sleepers land. and How to Preserve. Your Has fourteen eh .ro' .t

.' 'DM elder Dumas 'Uc"ft.. w.trnatM from Florida. to Chicago. Health and Beauty Ly Mrs. Henry school, the Ente'r' t

ribbon of a certain artier harts(! hew lie I'r-.-. .... Only line operating through sleepers 9ymest private sehouls- 1' rUalteU ?
.4 >CMUly been made a ruuimsmWnt.. I It l_ till vt 0."cr \\ ....... lIoZm- I from Florida to Ht Louis '* .th dining <.t
rod an envious frlaiui rrtuarked nixes that aftr n.*,'> futile.. alt-' ")1"*<* to pruMMM car tervieeThrough I sal correspond. water, are alarm t y

Ffc ,tt. ay dear f.U.w." b*> ..Ui. nhat ; tu th' 1.'y or his rb.,. < t>... ("I1Urr..u..t tourist sleepers to California Complete society section, containing sad gas lights, trmaehiaesHop ;
Fre. relining chair ears, finest :
both local
-,., or'don la a wrvtcbai color* On would a*>' lny were s At tuc o... aad foreign society news *, trriffeottMi "'-
dieingear.ervlee in the H-xith tagetb.r with all of the news of lb. I < t., ....
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,{,\ ttdnk It.was presr ... .. rwt that was (p:i>A aiit a.teru-k.u CMI la..tuu t aautLawail. Ask for tickets via L. A N d.l. railroads. t.' A r "iafad.ttatt

sb9wtng." .On., ... fSay dear ixn-- ." : ", x : .11 tot ester. 1155. ,alb sips.rati.t. For rat.* sad acheduUs to any point Currier Mirvi... la over
i.pbsd I Dnmsba. wttb a acnlK "yo.<'rir > t,... aU".t "\Vblch path shall n. North of AVe.', and far INaltmaa r-... clUt SaibacribaUtroagt* your local --......,. a't ',4 NNaas.

;.'''''''' .c. aMa eatcic; U laot ..- r \...r't...* uo," *h* replied, tum04 vat lroe call vmorvrltaiO* t>. K.11ERIA. a..>u or misl}oar. aobacrlpOjai 4lfwto ....... S mom' rrJ.1.tea

tM' sMN. tM:MW. ) aPMsa la : toward. IV **V ir lf. r* feTea adat .UU_ rsx A**..L. A N.R. 11., .OrurrinTsiila-a. DiBanaum 'Attejkta ;....... ...... "
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Ii THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. ,JULY 29. 190()>>



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
:.ANT

:. ... With
I': ', te9lstatun! I. RwI0'8

, Many New At BIHs.the busiest se..
' duty: 23.- llll.I'L
'.' A"I' has yet peen beld by the
assembly ors
.. Cf te general

_..:...I number of Important measures
'P--roll Wr..l and p&a. upon and
bills which will attract .w
tai neW
attention were Introduced
..,trablf'

,TuesdayAstor 1t'heatley of the thirteenth q-je 4s

; ct. U: the author of lire compani -
Introduced Ttteaday which
for the creation of
t to provide .
office of lieutenant governor In Food Value

.
ia.&a4 ': ,
corer the
!
tboougbty.ytaking; up each of ""

and article of the code -

seetIJns will have to be amended In or-
Ucb of Soda Cracker

dK cogent to provide governor.for the election of a a ." ;

The first of the aeries of bills pro- r'

dt'that our tho the lleatenantgovernor senate that he shall shall You have heard that some foods furnish fat, '


lye need a not salary' reside of t40O In the per capital annum.of other foods make muscle, and 8611 others are

state except. when the general as- tissue building and heat forming.
bly It 1 la session or when be Is per.

lns the duties of governor when You know that most foods have one or more

death. resignation or disability that
tIICt'r l< prevented from acting jn hi.cial of these elements, but do you know that no


capacity.|I" the House. food contains them all in such properly balanced v

'
5.T eral! Important measures were proportions as a good soda cracker ? ,
rori! '7 considered by the house

..lIlltt e on general Judiciary "'ed ''i
.d'7 afternoon. There was a good The United States Government report shows

atf1"nC'. at the committee meeting that soda crackers contain less water are
,
a4 nombors of citizens wer eon hand .

'UPUK in favor of bills under dlscusjtoa. richer in the muscle and fat elements, and

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Among! the matters taken up and acl have a much higher per cent of the tissue r4

or 'rjvlJlnK for a commission to building and heat forming properties than any ,

lam't ..11 1 the condition of affairs In
|tl* T .!: ) or the Ducktown Cooper article of food made from flour.

air) at: f port to the governor. In
That is Un. da BI.cult should form
|jac-t; : of Ohl>* W H. Shlppen. of Ell. why .

J, at a number of prominent men
importaat part of meal. They -
an every represent
gas! !: t he neighborhood of the

pt'' 'f' appeared before the commit. the superlative of the soda cracker, au


INTh ... a final rote on the Felder their goodness and nourishment being brought !
|5.I;e 'orniutory bill was not reached

III t1f'! :.ouse \\Vdnesday. tbe debate from the oven to you in a package that is proof k
w i th' niMure; was concluded a fait
: report WAS made by the com D.' 'r ftty e t against air, moisture and dust-the price being r rbr .
..
'81t:.. if the hole with few dissent A
rotes! and there Is practically no [a-3 too small to meIItiQn.Srdal .

ibt thai' he bill will be passed by Bidti' Till BIsaK

fbou>a Tea Bull.;

ace.The ,. salon' of the notice" was Leaaa Saaps

[tarn .t "with" the" discussion of this NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY =g
"'raf The defeat brought out a
|nrwj: t ,,1 l"..11 on the subject of re-
linn a, tlRnagh there was very lit
tie : )n to the bill. An effort r.N

a. entirely divorce the reIfcrra .
< m the. state penitentiary ,
|0 ti' 'h't was finally abandon.
|/1 IT'i IJ nnv>rtant amendment to

*' u Kdoptetl.. providing that It _n_ _ -- -- .---..- -----... -
'j+i )* Mar d on the state farm near E ntat 1ieb.sd: 187UhI :
:I CI LWAYTIiIfectIv. :
SOUTHERN RAI ':

feel Impending; Doom. :: :: .F.Li- TOrT & OO.Tr. .

May aA. *1905
Tae .
i fr nig of impending doom In

m+ad..i many victim of Ilricht' B A :E.CE S. X-.::;;. __ __ ._ -._ I
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a <) dmli. .*t.*4 :Me.- $o berth and n.1. Me taI \

taantr In.... ir the| benefit derived .. -- - .. .. h __
SItu c r 1.1..,'- Kidney Cute It UU a.D.al bsaktat btt. __.per and wn For.... and Du....... titsesaese y Jaakunlilt M+.. Ky O lOa 76op I I,I L" Jaekaonvillo. ria.l .HO. Ky.Ho. 1..1 ":
eewi.>B..of ba....buk.m.eoe..oeeU.i.s.' trm.n.B.r.._.. sae oaasre Lv J..up H<.. Ky 11 4*
e
r ; tptrnt, IIr1Rht's diseasea rooelvrd favorable w-r... Mpeel t MU1WM to makla suueaMuaa w ad ;
o
.. _,.e.., I. JIU''ataIs the U.-84 Mtat.a.C3AIN'B38V1'3" Lv Savannah Ho. Ity 1 alp, 1:11"-1: Its, Ho. Ky, N 0ls +;;
1. .t+.1 even in the worst Ar Culumbla Ho. Ky IS 6Ap jOaArCharlntto Allsnla.da. t.o U,. ft 20*
r :' + c .f..rtand rt-lirf. Hlmlii I 84*. Ky lliu&p 0 Mal Ar Iuftt.. (ls Hti. KyH 7 Rt* .'
'jfi i.fMl III.A. few d.YI. "1 LB3: u'Y.oItTT) Arf.r..nlMirn H./ .. Ky 1 lilt 17: Sip Ar Dsltiiu. (U /' u. Ky.H bra 'fl.v -
d.*' i I. u.. worst f4.rm." writ- 1 Ar Danville H.,,... ,Uy. gala.. 3 IQpAr : ArChsttsnouga. T.na <.. Ky. 946' .Ii
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a ,' u !ttehrnunPt's.. It, e 6Ma. It .2p I Ar 1..11.1(11I11. Ky l Iluureath. Ind. 'i triedit Ar (!.noo''n 111111. .)
,, .are without. r.lieflady, Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR Ar Ar Chsrintte.vllle t40.r o. Ky Ky 4 61 i4a$. fl 4lop:lOp: (y'liiciunatl. 4I. ilK our it. i'
f "F'u.l l .
> Kidn.y.Cureman '
Ar Washington., Ho. Ky 8f,( 0 HOp Ar <;hl''''6U, III nit Four 1 lOa ,
J.V.. MeCol. ALL EARTHLY POINTS Ar Italtlnior' *. P. It. K. II >81>* i; 3Ap f." i'lneiiunall. OK'i. !.. l..nr. .s-....,
Ar W. l.h'd.I" 1', It K. 4flp UWa .lr Chi.,. Ill fa hlnee T w.{yii

Mti.fo'd, Make Statement.Ju'y VI. va. ",. wsa Ar Now York_. _I', !t. It. 4 I3p 8Ju. Lv <)iriciniiatl.' OAr II 011 1 I, e4Sp ,

k .": Mrs. Vincent North 1T East t Sootk-:: \\1 G.oo.aaorro No A|-"Nw York and Florida KK. Chloaa": III Iunu" T ..t.,',...
es
.J'' the :or s s atU 11 J..a'.GLsar pr*..," I>aliy Pullman Drawing' Roam i.rfa.enutet1., OAr .0' II A 'i, .j
following atate- W. J .Wa iJM lfasttoe'.v ... .. ...
1.e a. $(...piRir Car rort Tampa and JaOkefJD. Ti l !". It (J II. U. P:
w of the publication/ of Ar I'.iri il. 3ln }"' M.: !
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vtl| to > w York, 'tj
-- In tbe Rome and Transit and Unsurpawwl 1 Hcrvice .,,
Rapid 1'a .
No- : 3 >-*>"'..I.In.ton and .'10'''/a J. ('ineiririittl, OAr .hl. ;.
this date I beg that j Time Table In effect April 10. I.,.-4.Depatt f.h"ll"1 Dally I'ullmait Drawing l'iit.f"ir*. 1'* I'a Lla.I 1Ns t!
"i'l Its opinion until I For (lAI?1.sY.K"ILI Arrive Preen Know Hleeptnir' Oar J..a"umlIl. toNfiw f,. (Tlneiiinstt,. OAr BIK Your .I i
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"**nt.. aha!! e*abllah J York711r.rldt C'l*..UiMl. Ol ibm' F'uu vb/11s1r
fo myself. Remenv 3lupru high bpnogs aDd bier. .- ::30-;;; '" 0 __ l 1.. f..xainKion, Ky P4.". If-6 j Y

-ipleiift 1 << woman pa.... : 0-.111 medial. J'UIDh nail"12J .Tt e Le," >.. XI .\r LiMiUvlIU, Ky 14.1. sty. 41O ,(
_. ___---____ ,1 a Hi.. (>.M... Mo M-.o It.,. 7 ":
must trying ordeal tot ; Oc.i. r.burg aDd Tamp.. and 1140 LvJ.ek.on.ill..Yla M*., Ky 7My
1m pan ,ir Ai.'...uti. Ala t nu, ny. ,
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a.I'bJ t.d. I .
4 Isily luletrttedlst roln" daily J. Havaunah.Oa. Hi.. Ity I'J Ifl4 Ar 1S1rrnInlham.' Ala 14.... It,. .t....
"'<1 and suffered for' Ar Col'imttia., M. C Ho. Ity O I.MAr 'J .\, .Momphle Tvnn I'ra..n 1lbplr
."U of my unfortunate l ; Jpua J'.1&lIIa. Ja4kHJD"ln.. liM pus .'.h..I1.f.. (; H*.. Ky 1 .V'p !!Leas' 01'1s1f.ru
.c I.b..Slav _
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Arllnlpring.' N. C S.i." Ky 71/1p>
I
and Weet
can. with propriety. -tod. Ea.t Dtt117 'r.nu
Daily iTSop"
pIl.
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Ar Kno..tll.T.nn Ht Sty 6'p I M
speak more tally. I Ixt'iUvlll < ChM flat "1.,1"... Ark J *! *:
Ar ,
I2 ( Ulab tlpnD. W .J '''' havannah liroa.wiek. j $14 j r> Ky _''w_
--ntlment. withhold Its Daily; pm I Albanl.Alla.ta .n J.o'ou' North r:..... K..t ilallyS Ar ,.,. lx>uU *4.. It; 4 :Ms.Ar .I No. IH- Th Klurida Limited.; "
r-h r. are many thingsat Cinelenst(1' / A 1, a Ilia Dally build& vestlkxil thin through .
the proper time. day .....1... and Iullmao MU.plA||,i:
:2:>>II m >IhM. a II' N<" arv-l>.lly I'ullmau 1 1 thawing .
-- )4.uehelle. Mt anopy ai.d CII,. < C. JaokM>nvlll to <]lo.lanatl, .r.. T
Daily LeU1 ltoom.Dd Ilnf.a Ml_ >ln. Car twlwrvo No. l .Pullmaa Drawing Rooo*.;/'
Mr Double. Jaaksnnvi/l.. sad_Clnelnnstl. .. HUwpIng& Car between JoehMMivtllav, 1tu".I"lIbam. -
:7 for four........_".D --- -- Menphle. Kaaaa Ollffji'. .
J : Oam 7t 0 P F.sH..a1. UlaU far !!.rrvke. and Colorado Mprtog*. ;,
typhoid and ll/ghy.r1og.
I kidney Daily Daily .
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"r tee )!r.. Annie Hunter ez.)lobdayTaterehAngable __ _ __ i f.....Ikaa_ dsl y"
a and whoa I gottl.tter. AUICIVALH AT JACKHO.SV1I.LE. 4 +
-
I a' >te of lb. bet doctor Mileage Tl!k.U. gaud over 1XXX nUee ef amouc the-p; ;. From PI.0'11.. Washington .u -No. V9, "\TMalBfttov sad P13,14*
,
r'a. aipal railways in the Hovtbern 11tst.s. are CM sale by the yrtasipal..teats. I' d '. IU.I.. ,
bent a
double,and had to New York via AilantU Coast yam
eM Tbroogh Pullman sleeper Port Tampa i "
Vro .
7 Hew :
M York Wsmhlpgton.t.-e. P1i. ston and Flotid
-'Ih on my knee. when. I Une; also via ,",'laJI'eo.*.t Lib and ooothera Railway, |. p.....i'* HrVtp. m.rV *
a :n thi.. tetrlb:. a1I1ie1&o. 1 For eocaplete Ufarmation. call oa t ru t'y 1:1..,..... 84....... whlshr1 J. A. GOODWIN. TIciMt Aff.at. aaa.t. rtd.!* 1stX .. ... "4 ..,xtw< '-.b ::
+ h.h..4 s/waglUt sad ,'- M.eas ChbMgo,eta.r....... Atlanta 0h.. MI

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r- THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA JULY SfSL! il10'!

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CITY AND I M. J. Ward of Tacoma was in the city I YELLOW FEVER. INo j N. \V LittleHeld and- wife of Black

fWS OF yesterday. shear. i>* have gnoe to Block 1..1..1.,
Remember the Big Cost Sale at J. New Cases Reported From Tampa K. I. Mr LittleHeld'* old home. to WILSON'S!
CONDENSED Manasse's. YesterdaY-PAtient Better I
COUNTY spend the remainder of the sumnvr
txfoU'! t.' l'.., 1 I
Arthur S. Harris, formerly of this sun They' will" not return to Blackshear un '

; city but now a traveling salesman was Jaek.onve. July 28 -"Ihere have til about October ld. ;'.

'getters of General Interest Oathered at the Brown House yesterday. : been, no new eases reported at U"e.t \! A. A. Seraphic ottloer in charge of I l'
Tampa
J' by Our Beporters- Remember the leading colored bar today i United State immigration and Chi-
It will tir several before "
days thefever
ber shop In.tbe 9hl. Foreman A Rob I I' nee" matters VnacoU. Fla. was in Our Big Values
.
will hare had time to show t: rir'
SOCIAl ITEMS in.on.21S: W. Main .street 8. dtUThna the city yesterday H,> is a courteous :
AND again and ('r. Porter thinks the situation -
fPiASONAL entlentan" and stakes a favorable hnI .
far July has been exceedingly
an is welt hand. Dr. Porter
in :
permits
in
all
,
'r..hH.muuJjt the'
"ltkst H. Happened and What Is Going "warm member." but it is probable no town to quarantine against I I goes people whereverhe l-
that August will go her one bet- Tampa.

t'\.Happen"He Told Who In Short Runs Parapaphar. May R..d" ter. Tampa, July 2$.-y.C'tor'it.Uo.. the has Remember round trip the U.in.iJl.l1ulf,' White DRY GOODS'Keeps '
rates t )
S. That Ladies who get their calling cards yellow fever patient at West Tampa, is spring
on Sundays at only $1 Train leavesGsineeville .
:' It to. The Sun. printed The Sun office 23 for 50 said to be convalescent He had the "
at d :3\) a. in returning Us !
excursion ia off. cents, have five votes in the library disease in a mild form. at Busy. k
J -V Tampa 9 :3p.m... and affording a whole dayat
:'. Manaaae'a. contest.
Gnat values F. G. Warner has returned from a this favorite resort Cheaper than

Sere. money byOIdaewspapenforsale trading mt the Cub Robert Wixson returned yesterdayfrom trip to Daytona. hiring< a buggy, and passengers: are enabled .
a trip to "Windsor Rex and other
rJ.l Fresh line of best canned goods always to spend a day on the bank of

l .* The San points, on business.in thelSastern part of the county at the Cash Grocery the famous old Suwnnee" rl..r. tf Big Assortments of

tfBssare House and lot for sale in South
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POSTiyiASTER BARKON HErtE.
:John Shuford Mieanopy,, who ia a
:
suit at J.
and get your: new Gainesville Apply at Sun etttce.' Embroideries Lacas
great baseball enthusiast.came to townto ,
"Maaasse's, witness the game between this city Ladies get your visiting c.rd.t The Wounded Postmaster of Evinston Visited -

.' Wit'"'calling cards In latest atyleaoffice. and Mieanopy yesterday.If Sun office and vote for your favorite, in Gainesville Friday. and all Wash

the J F. Barren of i'
II SoD library contest. postmaster :vtn.-
you have job printing< to do brie;
cottage for rent-barn ton, was a visitor to Oalnesvillt* Fri.
room Ballard'a Obelisk Hour makes the
Flee
it to The Sun office. For every dollar's I Goods.
.pet stable, F. J4. Celloo.Mrs. I worth of work you get you have ten finest bread cake and all other articlesIn day.It.

W. T- Stokes of Fairfield was : votes on the Library contest. the culinary line sold at the, Cash will be remembered that :Mr --

Popping in the city yeaterday.r. Grocery, cheap for cash. ron was seriously' wounded a few Har.1 I .r
AVe have of old
a quantity type
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while lying on a counter in ,
r. Warner baa returned from alosise. Mrs. W. L Floyd and two children ago <
metal for sate, which makes the Uu&B.bbitt'
|>o.tortlee' reading it is supposed by I Mrs. R. Wilson >
.. trip to Booth Florida. Metal for babbitting ma accompanied by the former' mother I
John I' Hester, a merchant of that
.:' L. H. Chase haa gone to High chinery. Call early at The Sun office. Mra. Mary Thomas, are at White .
town. Nine buckshot took effect in ----
> gprinR and other points on business.A. Mr. and Mrs. James Hopkinson and Springs for a short respite during the his side, but none proved serious, although F T. F. THOMASUIIDffiTAp

.' O. Lamb of Mioanopy was trans'tetioft little daughter have gone to Kdiato heated term the victim was confined to his \

[' bosinesa in this city yeaterday. S. C., where they will visit relatives Col. Thou V. Porter and family of room for some time. He is enabled' to

i Dr.> J Harrison Hod Re a made a brief and friends. They expect to be away Jacksonville have gone to Saratoga, N. be around on crutches now, however. ((0.)

.JI'Ofuion.1 visit to Rochelle yeaterCol. till autumn.R. Y., and Canada, to be absent about two and says he is feeling! extraordinarily

G. Hass of High Springs< was In months. Their address will be 61 Phila good under the circumstance

Col.John B. Dell has returned fromikehns the city yesterday. Mr. Bass, who was street Saratoga.M. Mr. llarrun has many friends In this ,

where, be has been on busi- for some time engaged in the mercantile F. Simmons of Inverness was city who were glad< to see him and FULL LIKE OF *\.

1f'1. business in that town had the misfortune registered at the Brown House yester' who sympathized with him in the

Boarder! wanted at 209 East Church a few weeks ago< to lose his day. Mr. Simmons ia one of the leadIng death of hi. son. Watt )liarroii. who NEW GOODS.

at $3 per week for board and stock and household goods, involving a citizens of the Inverness section was shot and killed Instantly' at the
+areet
loss of several thousand dollars. and is heavily interested in phosphate time his father received the load - ;

.room dOt Carter II. Dame, State organizer of mining. John I'. Hester has not yet been Agent tor... t
G. !. owning 1 < of Talatka was among
hoe who favored Gainesville with a the Woodmen of the 'World was In the J. B. ::Morrllo the clever representative captured. ltOluuents.rl'OlnbHtonee :js

nil *.terday.Wanted. city for. few hours yesterday Mr. of the Mandard Oil Company at Mr. Phlfer'a Patent.I and Iron Fences. .1
j
Dame route home from the the Brown House. lilt Murello's fain117 -
.-By lady and gentleman was en M. I'hifernf this city has always See Our S mp! siTerteaal ,
western section of the State where he are now sojourning In Kentucky, I
.
Address It possessed an ingenious turn of mind
hard. in private family. ; I
remain for
has been on official business lie reports where they expect to the
are Sun office. 3t and his latest Invention Is destined to attention te all matter las {
the order rapidly growing.J. next few weeks. : 4
HIM Lillie Mathews, a charming place him on easy street ..1&h. straight this II.... Mall sad telegraph ....r*
L. Medlin of Meredith member of Do not imagine that the Library eon- road before him. (
of Tacoma attended< to.Gainesville. "
Udy was shopping preaaptly
:,young la ths city yesterday.MIM the firm of J. L. Medlin A Co., naval test is settled because one society is in Mr. Phifar has invented an Improved

stores operators was a business visitor the lead There are over two months turpentine chipper which he claims ia I

Mazie Cox a charming young to this city yesterday. Mr. Medlin ia yet before the final decision. Enough not only more easily manipulated than FlortdH ,J

hdjof Jacksonville ia in the city on a a little lonely now, since his good wife votes may be cast any week or any dayto the kind now In u.e. but will do the ..
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,pipit to Mrs. J. A. Ettel.G ia spending a few weeks YellowstonePark change the entire matter. Vote and work of four men In the same lengthof

.t jour job printing at The Sun Job and his children are at Olio 3.O. work for your favorite. A dark hone time. He will rend the model to {

'affe* and you can vote for your favor- :J. LV. Gregg. some years ago with may yet winNEW Washington at onee, and hones to have THE CONTINENTAL_ I!

1 kiln the library con teat. the in this .. .. the Issued tool CAFiMtKMTAURAXT.H : v
Southern Express Company ---- ---- --- - --'--- -- patent and the before

'. D. M I Dean the naval stores operator city now holds a responsible position the publle la a few weeks.

of Espanola ia spending a short with Nash Robinson A. Co., Marlin YORK Th. chipper la simple but like all

I lice with his family here. :' Texas, from which place he writes to other good Inventions the simplicity a

: Lamp March only 5 cents a pound have The Sun sent to him. Mrs. Greggwas < i I. that which counts. r

[ ted other Roods at proportionately low formerly Miss Maud Hale of this RACKET.Cheapest -- -

[inert, at the Cash Grocery. city Firat Cotton of the Season.

Ro drns.ter J. S. Jolly of the At- I. C McCIenny of Cadillac, memo The first cotton of the season In

i attic Coast Line has returned from an ber of the dun of C. B. MaClenny Alachua county, and probably In the

[sffeitl> trip to Palatka and other pointa. Sons & Co contractors etc., was at I Store on Earth. Stale, was brought to Cadillac Thura-

Mao wanted to log small mill ; fromAJi the Brown Home yeaterday. Mr. MoClenny day last and was purchased by O. II.
businessman MoClenney, Hone A Co. It was grown
L I.I a thorough young<
to 10.10 feet per d.,. Call on or
[tddrm J |II| Prater. Mieanopy. Fla. full of energy, and is making a by a colored man In the vicinity whose r.p1rss
great success of the tirm of which he name we did not learn
Oaieco':nt of ill health Dr. W. II. .
ia manager. The price is not divulged bat It i*
,libl.f! will. | sell his family horse, and safe to say that Messrs. MeOlenney. eor..r !loath It' I'u.tom.e). ,,

Uur. hi. office rooms furnished. Notice.-Liberal 'reward will be paid who are always up ICI dais, paid enoughfor sp.. "semi,, ... ...... ...., .'ease.a. .
tsquire fV for return of lad, silver. watch and . .
(> II. Palmer. d5wl.Prof the privilege of buying the first of .
cameo pin set In gold which were"
I Hitnee of Palatka. member the
II stolen from my house July :SOth. Watch season
'kc faculty of the University ..omr -
has the inscription S. C S. on case. No A Juvenile Party
norm| imo,
gone< to his home
ft"r-k. woib,(! remain until Monday. questions asked if returned at once. Chart A Nichols, Jr., entertaineda SEE. MOUNTS
Communicate with me or A. I' Heed.Wm. .
X' T r. iKluh of Taeoma was among B. Turner City dot number of his young friends' at the
tto' wrame) to Gainesville yeeterwj home of hi. parents Mr, and )h.. O. ,
io fuse. the championship A jolly party of gentlemen and ladies A. Nichols East Orange street, Thurs.day

,. vn-.v lleand Mieanopy! gamedd base- of this city and Hochelle a.*rm- evening. The eveikiug' was paaaed All tin* (1ltd 1 1 HtaridaniH An

s.. bled at Alachua Mink Thursday and Indulged In a manner becoming the oeeaaloo
.J tea l'> tilt choioMt of tin? new onejf
1 in an old-fashioned fish fry. and all who attended
I. '12 1 The was not large, but the day Iw
k ., r ) party ful lime .
:I.... T Meredith this was transacting He was spent in a most enjoyable manner WATCH THIS STACKrou The party was given In honor of his Auk to tilt tlifin, UH tli
:
: .t the city yesterday.and best there being lots of good things< to eat cousin >la.t.r Jame. Itaddaek of IUoh.! cannot l Lx, largest .
in eonn..eclooIth the fish It was a mnnd \ .. who la hereOasaball in "
't-1 I. in that section. visiting vanta o a rJW(1. ,
and relished AN
F-a regular picnic dinner, accordingly.
'' they are the beat ever Oame.
a.:. Iibhon lemon and vaT Fine Fadeless Fotogrirfr '
.. ;
Dalneavlllr and
.t.. --- ----- -- - ---- - - - The Mleanopy baseball
rugs continue to be the Ia.w'O JNTKUKSTINCJAx .:1 : I '
team rn..ed bat for the .".rn. From lsteket to Life Nlae.SMITH'S |' '
h. your grocer for Blue READ THIS.
Lt plonship at the babel. park Krbiay
>n and vanilla. Takes lea*. STUDIOS
1'a. Tavr June I. I lt Jl.Dr. which. resulted
''re .nua. afternoon In a victory'
"r'e 'tlykh x c .l.N<;E M K:N T.PHIFERBUOS..
C. K. ,\-. hall "ht.' Ixiuis, Mo -I".t for It.. Mieanopy tarn, the seore being

i.m4'"', Lodge. I. O O. K Sir i I have suffered several years from sit I to eight In favor of the visitors.

IkcQ r, *ting session at the lodge kidney and bladder trouble and have The Mieanopy bll" played good ball

w ='t. which was well at* I tried a number of preparations, bat and d.s..rvw credit. They d.rnff.ue. f Miss M. Korion.

.. sr-at deal of interest iat : can truthfully say that nothing baa td 1 the fact that lh.y knew a llilnic or

-.. td in this' degree with I proved .o effective a- your TexasVon. two about the National. game, I
at members are being add _ Gainesville
': at I der which I can truthfully recom Circulating
erVry meeting mend. Oao. ,,'. t'LAia,.a Guards Are Prospering :
:, 1 ...Llbr. ...
.. t folks of North Oalo- "', Aeeordlug to report, th.. <*.lnr,f(ill.!! I "

.&& 'J. fu'1 I of energy, coupled A TEXAS WONDER. hoards are prmoriag In the matter of '

.. 'a s f f,>'I' a good time, gav an One small bottle of the T.a.00- increasing membership At th. m..tIng .I Ualy the Latest Veytilair t' tI...
'
"n >ahl. at the hall Thursday der, liall'a Great O.*e. very, eur. all of the company Thursday night t t -

,6. h' refreahnaenta were kidney and bladder truutol. remove seven name's ..r.. add*! to ih. onlistmeat rsl.....:.A IIUlOIaua TY.1i)4t: Nie

-4 absolutely free a good gravel, .u..... dlab*.. .emloal *mU- ao4 there are more' to follow see weeht. answters Wee .......ee d.M,
.- "e ent. and the function Lam backs rbiuna 'Dol'" ....... lasera ..... P.t be kps
"" weak and i
4 1 % mot enjoyable maewer.t aiooa. Low R...to While Bptngs.Mpead I selunee wee ..... wi......., ,._w...
. ,
ileal and all irregular of the kid ,
'v.,2 t* k ease of f.Tr reported ..ya and bladder In both m.a sad a while at Whit Hprtags, the

"''r1...: 5 ::.,a the Meatw.rd Air Line women ncgl.... bladder ""Qbl.. la j I.leading' health resort of the rilat. Oe I -- -. .---

h't'. Tamp ott MocKiay Best: .h1W..... If not sold by your the far-faraed rluwana* river., The

Asp .. "'*al.\ :..! oil. This will be a' will be seat by aaall oa ...& draU."j Oalawevllle. and lull offers she follow AT $T. jAUIHSItMrmg.

*l : II l' ;- a t* .ZCQrMoIa meat sad eeldom falls to perfawtmre. 81 1 r tle i Monday oely. 91 ; lleket goedgo4a .awol I onilehed y
..b. largest. ptvm Dr. Lrae.t W. Ifall sole aaaa1 I.UUEUS' ( OUSEU >C.at rday avad r.turstag )toadsy. View Ma N. Vree- bat>1ir.B .. r 1M. ,bas eisisM .......... !. 0. box dilte.et. Loon.. Ito.a. .1 Ub)1 ticket goad for .f... da
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