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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: August 6, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00679
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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PXXH, NO. 154 GAINESVILLE, FMHUDA I ( ,. SUNDAY, AUGUST ( 141)1 )5 TEN CENTS A WE*.KiDEATHS

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refused* TIle unfortunate passengers CHINA BOYCOTT EXAGGERATED.

ANDrtaSEYEHTEEN 'many of whom were women and atoll SANFORD'S FATE .INHANDSJjFJHi SAKHALIN ISLANDS

: lren. were not permitted to put their Minister Barrett Says There Is No

heads out of the windows to get 8 Need'of' Any Alarm.

;; CASES breath of fresh air. JURY San Francisco. August 6.John Bar CAPTURED BY J JAPS

}ir Local Pacific officials said today thai rett the newly appointed minister

they did not expect that the redlcal Colombia. Is here connection with

,', rlkTr) Fever In New Or- quarantine measures adopted! in Cal Casa Given, to Jurymen At Ten tae commercial relations existing between Russians Surrender Aft ,r V rr

casleu would stop the passage of the tha United States and China

etlans .Declare Officials. United States "malls. The road hat O'clock Friday Morning. particularly as regards: the boycott; Inaugurated Slight Resistenr
, :
: arranged to carry the mall car with -- by the Chlnesfe gullu
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IS VERY SERIOUS an engine each day from one end COURT ROOM WAS CROWDEDThe against American products. He Insists TOKIO GETS; AN OFFICIAL Rc ="> RT

::1 tON of the parish to the other. Train however that his mission is -

'. Authorities# Claim They Can Con. on the Southern Pacific today are only Closing Speech for the Prosecution not of any off.cial: character hut aim- Three-Thousand Men and Amrr .n on

. ". running as far as Mermenton. ply to acquaint himself with the feeling -
""i'the Are Leav- Was. Made By Attorney Cope- and Supplies, Etc., Fall .1 into
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PlaguePeople
'i', Mayor Dehrman has Issued an AI of the coast aa to the boycott and n
:W".rev.r Poaslbl.Quarantinelotions peal to merchants to conduct themselves lat\-Exc4tement Rune High an Interviews one of the merchants who of the Victors-IslandS Forn e 3e
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Getting More Strict. BO' that their employes mad Both Sides Have Many Friends. are engaged In the trade. longed to Mikado's Domain

i *' assist In street' cleaning work. A dispatch Minister Barrett while 'concedlnltlthat

r.."'Orleans- August -Up to noon from the RIgoIets says: Rome Oa.. August 5.Court opened the Chinese guilds are all powerful I Toklo. August 4.-Noun.; v

... this morales at 8 o'clock in the Sanford -
..:.....nt..n new cases and four The Louisiana naval reserves und"etTleut In the country is of the opinion: giving detain of the tutu i .

_ .'from yellow fever were report. n;int Ivy, In the oyster commission murder case with a Cope large crowd that the present alarm shown 'by the: surrender of fie! majurit. ,,'
in attendance. Colonel and ot
i city board of health. luggrr Nunez captured In Shir: people of this country. over the action: alan garrison on fa a kh.tin: -
the state immediately began the delivery -
f Inland canal the Mississippi patrol boat of the Chinese is unnecessarily exag been received as fohiwol%
of his argument which the
;..Situation I Is Precarious. Tlpsey. was gerated. He firmly believes that whatever "An Independent 1.\ar: ) r
-(' sixth and last to ba.wade in the case. .
the afternoon of July :2:*' n'
Orleans. August 6.-JCxtreme grievances the Chinese guilds
Mr. Sanford and his counsel! entereu
rs which some of the country Missouri Puts on Quarantine.St. have will soon be dispelled when they enemy south of Palco._ : -

'tJi>i are taking to guard them Louts August 6.-The quarantine the court room promptly.It are made to realize that our government driving him southward, t.....
was privately announced\ to Juror
'from \ yellow fever threaten to order Issued by the Missouri Is disposed: to act fairly with field-guns besides; a nom J'
Brandon that his mother was much
A temporary stop to train service board of health against districts affected better. them in the matter of Immigration. and a quantity of amtuun:
,
iuay bring the federal government He Is alto of the opinion that our future "On July 29. the cava:: .v
by yellow fever will be enforced As' Colonel Copeland progressed thcrowdsbecame .
k the fever situation in the south. "of policy as regard the Orient will Inforced. pursued the cr.emTa ;>
along the eastern borders larger and before 8:30:
moat radical action thus far tak-- depend much upon the results of the > lan. which lies 25. ml:. -
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the state .. far north an St. Louis U many persona were standIng. The
thai of the police Jury of Calcathe peace conference than the reports ot Rkott.. Tin enemy halt.'ri,
the entire southern border and
along
'. i' argument was eloquent and impressiveand
\ second l Urgent. parish In thu theJapaneseandRussian, and predictsthat 23:>> miles south of Taj'an i
along the western border as far north a magnificent effort. Colonel
It has passed resolutions or the next two years will witnessa o'clock on the inorr.h;g .1, .
as Kansas City. Copeland spoke for two hours, con
that all traffic travel and Inter great change in the policy of the sent a letter under a Ma;;: ,,'
The establishment of quarantine sta.tiona chiding at, 10 o'clock.
betwtHPnt Oalcasleu and polnH : United States, Such a change will the Japanese commanding! ; off ,
or detention camps will be In The gun with which Wright was
be with noticeable Oeneral Llapnoff.! the ltu.u.i.+n _
\:north and went shall cease at attended a Improvement -
the hands of the different local boards
killed the clothes worn by the victim, .
"..and that 'no one shall bo permit of our commercial relations In baying that the lark of 'M t
of health unless It Is found necessaryby photographs maps and other evidence .
*o' enter the lluilU of the parish 1 the Par East.SWINDLER terlal! and medicines ar.d'
the state board to intervene incase
admitted Including the Indictment for
"' .... In consequcncorethsolntlon quent inability to riicror t1'! "
.. : succeed In entering the
person : murder were tendered to tho Jury.
is" the Southern Vacllle CAUGHT IN CHICAGO. compelled him from a n-n--! a.ity .
state from the danger zone of the The court room was crowded and
; from to run to terminate Imstllltli .<
:been ordered today
south they will be detained in clttrsor many persons were on the outside who
r a"' trains through Calcualtuneans Succeeded In Getting Much Money on "The commander of ti" r
...pnore towns farther In the interior 1C un- could not gain admission; to the court
abandonment of thc Raised Postofflce Orders. forces replied demanding 'h
IL :. an
able to exhibit a bill of health. room.
1 service of the line to the *ct. Chicago.. August 5.-'Charged with of all war supplleb and i I"i
Judge! Mose Wright began his .
Watkins trains and the Kansas swindling merchants In 21 cities out the Russian government r.n ia.nj
_ Mississippi Situation Unchanged. charge to the Jury at five minutes at
(Southern trains have also been situation of thousands of dollars Norman 1-:' the delivery<< of all tuft= .
Jackson Miss.. August G.-Tht'
ter 10 o'clock. The Judge chargedthe .
.
Roberts, alleged order raiser records' and papers relating t. H
pad It I Is understood that the quur.In In Mississippi today Is unchanged law murder money
on and voluntary manslaughter
In a day or two will bo ..xtt>nd. ,. no new points of ,Infection t and, forger was arrested la*! nightas scan civil and military aiin .

t oall freight trains The effect a substation.! Roberts 'said he and requiring their tlt'Ui: .,
', are reported, and no new cases have The case then wcn to the Jury.
.,the orders Is stop all mall service appeared at I.uruberton or Bununerall --; was a salesman until a few months at 11 o'clock the mornings !: ,

He Is 27 old and otherwise aU attacking 111"
or through Calcanlou.Quartfc ago. years comefrom
I*>cal quarantines are being lightenedas PLANS TO FLOAT RUSSIAN LOAN.M. .
New York but has wife would be started
livingin !
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f".J; Shot at Negro. a result of last night's report from .
Paltlinore.Roberts' "Colonel Tollvltch. on !b. II:.
Id..8 has shut her doors to every few! Orleans. Witte Has Held Conference with .
method has not differed error Uapnleff.( iiift C- loi
'exc"pt. mall and fuel oil At Captain (lorman and a detail of privates Wall Street Bankers. .
from that of seevral other swindlers, nut Japanese chU f of .r afT
icntau. La.. shots wave exchanged from company A at Vlek"urK, New York. August 5.-Plans are on
including onto woman who have senl t morning of nly 31. and I u
.,..a guards and u negro who wan panned through the city this afternoon foot to Moat a RuHMan loan in Amort
been sent to the penitentiary from Chi proposed terms."Governor .
"
I to., run the qu.trnuttne. (rant enrout to the gulf coast to reinforce! ca. and conferences with this object 'I .
within the last three Thu LJapnnff. 70 of
cago
years.
lab has instituted a Nlmtgun quar> the quarantine guard The \1111118:1lp.l : inaview already have been held. says
forger buys a order at sub- 2.200 men of the Kusni.iti K.II :
inoQiy a
i; stopped all train and hut pi troops doing duty on the coast art the herald. between Mr. Sorglus VltIe.
station for :>> surrendered
usually 23
cents, and -
payable
.
.U off completely from mull serLafayette under the exclusive directions of the the Hua !.m senior peace envoy andrepresentatives ..
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"The consisting! '
to some other person.! Then all spoils, :
:, 1.4i., has |*.ued or marine hoe pltal service privates being. of one or two of \Vall
the writing is erased with chemical papers and military aupph!:'
pt.bt'. only mall and dltlnfrctedIt paid $% per day. treet'i. most prominent btaking firms "
and the blanks are titles out for under investigation
shill come Into that parish t and Institutions.It pup

eat' parish '''baa quarantined all No Curtailment of Service. la understood continued the Her amount under $100. In' Chicago the
signature of Postmaster Japanese Sails for Europe
n( ra. bag.ag*,> household goods. :Memphln.' Tenn.' August 5.-The_ lo aid" that further conferences! will ho Coyne was 5. ) K. ,
forged. Now York. august ---<
ta and fabrics.tuttons rat Illlnoltt Central officials hero report hold and that the Information which .
The raised order then Is offered by the apantse corninanilt-r w
a* radical as these hate that although the tjUtrMnUnrt'lCul" M Wltte obtains will have a highly Important .
the swindler to some business housein battle with Admiral itni' -
taken In many. other sections ol t tton u r.. extremely:I strict, there has bearing on two outcome of tae ,
exchange for small purchases and squadron sailed the armiToklwara. '
;.south and there Is apparently ai I MM yet l>.'cn no curtailment In Its train peace negotiation" which are soon to
the remainder which the forger receives left New York t..J":
panic now prevailing as utIttm t: service un thin account alt trains running begin.If ,
> represents the amount of hi.dl"hont'.t steamship Celtic to take cbs .,
during 1H97. the bulk of th an far; !south as lliarall' n. a point Mr. Witt find that he I Is able to K.
battleship i
gain.ATTEMPT new Japanese!'
itry laymen refusing to put thvlik 1 I r this site i of New Orleans passengers place a limn In the United States

.. )..la. the moMiutto. theory. Alt houal sr:I and crow changing cars In both direr.tlon and If I.I believed by prominent flnanclern building In Scotland and oth Llt'u> t"mandf'r .>rcompauled.
TO BLOW UP SHIP. K. Sato r
report of 54 new cases In thw pre, lp to the present time there that If the terms are satisfactory

would ordinarily have has been no clash with the quarantine I hp Command K
a x4 hours can do o. the aspect of the Rusftlan Found ,
Capped Fusses In the Coal Hold :The Katorl. now at Glasgl.s s
autborlllsQuaraotlne.
:Midency'ta cause alarm her, pco cAiixe be materially
may change I
., While In M.\ I *oce.". be ready to put to sea for r s
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and assurance In an analysis old when the peace plenipotentiaries make, I' .
San Francisco August 5.-An attempt year, even should tht.-Jtu.
.tall" drrport made. by the board Fever Suspects. known their propositions to each otherHeretofore. .
blbw l'I
to up a ship in mldoceanhas nese war end Immediately
health. It U shown that of theo N.w'ork., August &.-Four feovrsunpects << It has ben believe that I offfccrs .. '
been
It
' I reported by Captain C, Totsee. anese are tent to
;<<*8" 59 were rooted nut of ('On.ut were taken from the steamerNueces no Russian h>nn could be floated (u .
of the French ship Asnlcres. which battleship's completion, O"i r

by Surgeon Farrar Klchrad.of from (>alve.ton to.l.t quarantine this country unless It were based on has arrived here from Swansea. t:ng..'I I gers on the Celtic Included \. 1

the Marine hospital service and and transferred to Hoffman a cessation of the war and the promts ',
loaded with coal. HB left
that port tor F. LAwson of Chicago:
aaslstantsrra Island for observation of Internal reform In Russia. Information '
a* to the causeof In January last and six weeks later
of Infection I Ie increaalnnCanal abnormally hUh One was given M Wltte last
1ft. temperatures night, .
when far out at ..". a doien" capped Troops May Pa.. Through States
w treet. but the dlseaxtaking was a steerage passenger and the other however that Indicated" the> wllllnjsne
fuses much a* are used by miners to 5 T*." <
Washington August
ftKre.s above members of the crew of at least I one and possibly two. prom. of .
explode charge dynamite, were discovered department today teieirr'Drltlsh
least banking houses to consider
People Leaving Louisiana the in the hold of the chip among ambassador and Am' *

rxodus from IxxiUlana: to..nerl Mobbed for Striking Woman. a price loan Russia, would pay for negotiation the coal. sul general today that the r' >N

fcew' York. August 5. Hrudenw Had of the fuses become \:u
"r has *i>j varod cuutinuea.I Kx one Ignitedby of New Hampshire. Verraoachu -

; .. numlMr. of people have gone ton who asserts that hU grandfather a shock In a part of the bold where ** New Electric Roe rd lr Alabama.
and att from Shrvvvport and J JI was lord mayor of rmdon. U I a prtll&oa.r > coal gas had accumulated the ship to the passage through r'-

In that section of the tate. AI In the Trnderloin police utatlos Ovllka. Ala.. August. &.-It wa of. would undoubtedly have ben blownto for the 1'orty.thtrd tlsnad.a r-

adrla *. the r"-suit of a mlld'cas under a charge of tUlIOr.d..rl con.lnrtKxton. Ocially announced In this city today atoms. Two or three of them had#i (the duke of Cornwall'. O*" w"

one bun\I.1; queens chartered who also claim to l_ an incur'ant. that contracts bad been 11 and preparations exploded, but fortunately at point I now In Ottawa waiting tn

...clal train to i iM r bans todaypatient broker. I. 'aud by wltne...**. tr made for constructing. an ..It'C'. when there was. no gas and con.. visit I o iton sail Provi"r

,, tithe ) that baa caused the have knocks<< down a woman in front trie car line between this city and qunlly no damage was done only restriction Is In tft.' *

Ie.'li_ reported to haUl> ao tar rM of a llroadway hote! nverlnK: with Auburn for which 10 miles of track "Lhe' I'Ir..I1C'eof the fuses' atcocr the *achn '(ts, where the eta .

sd t.ctl.. ate :.r lIt up in bc) an acquaintancv. 'o'htmbl' -dacs'alt wiU bar to bo b.ld.nae capacity 0: coal ass discovered only by accMeatwh prohibits the assembly ,

d "amok. a clgarctt the woman by accident. but site the Opellka electric- plant will b* in .rv" during some ruogh weathermen rade. The telegram to .

.Owing to the Qusram.ne: there |il creamM for help loudly and hsf: a creased'threefold to fnroUh power ser ..: . WQ. into the hold Ic dAr was addressed to bin .

MifforlaK on thr pan of tbo. 1 town jumped nNm the unfertunatebroker : for the road and light! and poser tot t lei** t. '-4' ar., found tbm. Th Tork sad at th. sum, *

are Seeing from the country iVurfc of nntraction 1 .nleres. bMn;' ' 'he Iroclete AaM Inox.ly .

eta of North. Louisiana. Two thou sidewalk. aad In a moment half a bun I Is to bgta within thirty Ua- .... ).tune des Lt -*- (terriers Ararat

rvrug*** ,wr composed to reLain dred leuo..n were attempt lax to h4thim. of Parts. Ft.etdlae Commit rNasaviHe 34.
Drummer D .s of Apopl. :
y
thelr'trmlna at Jon "'*U ru. Ark A policeman beat hU a) TMin, Aoa-nJ

e trains were-surrtwnde, by .tat through the crw4 aad rescued Ct.'e Xashrtll. Teas ? August S, II. .T Discuss Norwegian Situation. Cray, of Pa assofa.*. +!Ls '

Ieab'n'
-.44 that no;, provision ks1 waft; a.4 4 rtaa; th. xctteeaeat the. TUJ. waol.*eU..tfrax..later. was fcaadKia JWoe G1IIet&Y1t' of Svcofen, arrived Ins carbolic acid. He y rC s'

.*lad* for,:too* aad..wmirf and OH woman dtasppertesst' with her little .... l..& trauetl. at t* Tvaeuns- "Te 104.f Ui
"" ;' ''''!C'T .....'. .sittzbter. w.r. wbort ....was aeoaeap>r ........ ..... -:.... .trurrtlt.et flag ...rMwd/r".f' .J" 'i'torwegse' ? '?Yaa.' Ali"iNar
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AUGUST 6, 1905 1

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'HE GAINESVILLE Mathusbek Pianos UNCLE SAM NOW


HAS YELLOW FEVER YQUNG'S 'FEMALE COLLEGE
LIBRARY CONTEST
T homasavi.1:: : C-a.

OFFERS FALL COURSES FOB A. B.. !f. S. A. II. L Ut .if(
NOTED: 'Olt SWEETNESS AM) I'UI.1.

Large Vote Polled Daring the Under the Direction! of His Doc. Physical Culture.I Elocution and Music, Our Spec a r !s

Past Week. TIT OF TONE, POWER ANDDURABILITY. tors at New Orleans.: 1t.Oo) *pent thN yeu in t>ull lLntf un,1 equipmentfjn.. n. .
T1tho.lywnu.lvjm Swimming! Pool. licnxl Fare. Climate t fnsji( ,,.
Kucalty of I"<> "i-.xr ri . .
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CONFIDENCE BEING
CONTEST IS GETTING EXCITING RESTORED
Fzpen.es: $2 9. Limited Number of tree Scholt r.lii| v .

I }*<<,*.,*lon opera September 3d lauR. For free catalogue uldre.,
Roosevelt Orders
i. Odd Fellows Home Gets a Large President the Government i. i-omitiM.: HUM: l't, ,
nest piano for \1..Ia trying ollrr.ate. Ktaad to r.i4
Physicians to Take! Imme-
Vota-'Kirby Smith Chapter a Good tune loDKer than otberit.constructed ot
beet lIIa rtal.l. and most artiawoworkmsnatdp diate Charge-There i.i Now a Ray
[9cond Twentieth ClubftVThird.
Century
obtsJnsble. __ _
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of Hope-Many New Cases.
Up to date n ererrdetail
and Va.e'11ale4. Washington STATE COLLEGE FOR WO \" \
ere seems to have been consider- D. C., Aug. 5 -President ,, t

stw activity In the rote getting last \ Roosevelt last night for (FLORIDA FEMALE: COLLKOEl '

Ik, and the Odd Fellow' Home addi has Bold by as continuously for instructions warded to 8urg..onGeaeral.maD to take full charge of the I Tallahassee, Floricla]
1,977. while Kirby Smith Chapter

I .nr to the number previously re- yellow fever situation in New Orleans The bll.t erdlege iit the South fur fj ed, The Odd Fellow' Home Rot .OVER THIRTY -TWO YEAHS and advised him to do everything to vantages in Mtiic and Art nutter tear-her ir/trt hors ntn .
while check the disease.At ica amiwoman. J'/ll"ol .eit'tnt/t, CVx>&/" '' ta TOte from W. It. Thomas, without single failure. If Ton P/IllItt"al C-""'""c 11& ft a.IIII'lflltIU,1 e'f>tij>j" ,,I:, others_ have their vote well teatIt want a piano for a lifetime's New Orleans. lIJl"n1 Pad, etc., rrjuirett under the ilircttiou of itt .'.
service buy' the lad/, teacher. The only A'ttite Jforntal Ac/ionf for \IIi\ ,,nt,, ; .
!. quite likely that the rote of this New Orleans, Aug 5 -The announce- b, with ment that the President had taken. ytrteit (9alnlnfami fuur-j/ear Jf'trmat f rrmme tfdilntft fit u,. ,. I
, Will make a better showing :Na..th..u.she k I prompt action in the matter of checking / / Aflvance CttHeae eowrwr 'of the other contestant, as the lradlll/ to degrees of 11. A., It A'. of. A. tml .V A*. I'mt,
kin. will all be out and do their the fever here has a tendency to Jioartl nominal. Seion teyin 9 n. in. Wetlnnnlfittftf. j

for their favorites. Prices as low M U consistent with. quality cheer up the despondent and restore Fur catalogue and further jifirticnfar' urite A. .\. Ml'KrillCKI.: :, I...... .1.( .,(
C_n or on easy terms. Seat on 1.dajs' confidence. Sixteen new cases werereperted .
organizations
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trial. We freight. Writ
pay
we In the counting, the High School for prices TODAY I at noon today The deaths
llag, passed by the Union Academy. I for' that time were only two, with a D 'FE't' g Curos Cholera Infantun
total date of 01. There Diarrhoea Dysentery and 3
to are now upwards t.
ro of the voting places have not seut
of COO in the Bowel Troubles of ChIldren.
city.
cases
.k their ballots for the past week. Liidden & BatesSouthern Any Jlge. Aids Di;$uto,).
7Y*-.,ote up to date is as follow, Tampa. Aug. B.There ia complete RcjuUtei the Bowtlt.Strengthens
."' .11 totes ca.t for the P. 0. 8. of A. : the Child and MAK
quiet here at present and there is no
b i y Smith Chapter . 79,785 ING POWDERS) TEETHING ASY
fear expressed in regard to fever.
Music House
.aUe' v>< Century Olnb . . 6 .OOfj -- ---. _. Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c to C, J. HOFFETT. M. D., SU Louis,

4 Fellows' Home! . . . . 44,11:2W,745: SAVANNAH GA Attention Voters. Mother t Hesitate no longer, but save the health and lite

truest Workers . . . : your child, as thoumantf have done by giving these powder\
talon Academy . . 6,481 We wish to inform the patrons of TKKTrtlNA eaHy given and quickly counteracts and over
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.ESTABLISHED The Sun that no vote are allowed in omeat the effects of the summer's heat upon teething chlldeSEJ..A.
fifth 80 boo 1. .. . . . . . 5,369
1870 the Library content on paid for
Dllhtlof Pythias. . . . . 2.BS8 money
advertising in The Sun. Only those
>ns.Iks. . . . . . 1,247
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. . . . . . . . 092:! GAITHER a BRYAN, State Ag'ts, who pay the sum of $L.25 or over on : :E3 a AR
toTlie
subscriptions Daily Sun or those
TAMPA FLUIU.U.OHE .
tbodist Church : 77
I, __ __ __ whc pay cash for Job printing will be
,/NEW - allowed to vote. Air Line Railway
.. FORM OF INSURANCE. AT THE TODAY.
i Those who pay $1.23 will be allowed

i Mutual. Life Industrial Association Dr. Yocum Will Preach at Presbyterian 75 voles for the organization. of their

.r l Is a Good Thing. choice; $2 5O entitling them to 200 FOR
Church Nixon
I Today-Mr. Tonight. . . .
votes and $3 will entitle them to
Time
: Mutnal Lift Industrial AssoItion Services will observed at the various -
of Georgia has an advertise- 5OO votes. .
churches today as follows : - - - -

lot In this issue which it will cer- Kavanaugh Methodist Church, Itev A Worm Killer Savannah Columbia Camden Souther

01 Ij pay prospective purchasers of T. J. Nixon Preaching at 10:30 a.m. J. A J Montgnmery.'Puxico ,

r.Ylnsaranoe i< to read carefully andgt.r. Subject "Courage and "'"ThouRhtrul.ne. county Mo., write!! : ""I have little Pines Raleigh Richmond Washington -

It Is a revelation in life ." Holy communion at this service twin girls, who have been bothered ,

., insuring holders uf a Mu- No evening service.Ve will with worm all their lives. I tried everything Baltimore Philadelphia

at Industrial policy at less I than one.- join in the union service at the Presbyterian to relieve them which failed -

tab of the rate charged hy the olds church There will lu Sunday until I used WhiteCream Vermi New York

company, and affording equal school at this church at 0:30 a, tn. fuge ; the first two done* brought four ,

I ran tee to the beiieHoinriMS at time Orange Blossom Society at 3 p. in., and worms front one of them the next two
i 1
'death. meeting of the Senior Kpworth Leagueat doses, twelve, one of them measuring

"*This company was formed under the 4 p. m. twelve inches ; the other child was only ..

WI of the State of lleurnia, and. as It. First ttaptist Church-Owing to the relieved of four worms. It is an excellent .

le Indicates, is mutual and fair absence of the pastor Itev. H. H, Hogan 111t"dlcillP..hhe'. Cream Three Elegant Trains Daily.

: all policy hold..,.. It is a who was called to Tallahassee on Vermifuge is good for children. It not

'pang' where every policy hoM- account of the sad accident to his little only destroy worm*-it help the child Seaboard

;- "stands on an equal fooling son, Matbra. the pulpit will..*. tilled td perfect. growth, wards off sickness. Express.

.ere the affairs of the company are this morninu by Prof. Arthur Williams Sold by W. :M Johnson.

-ladled and controlled by local olll- of Tallahassee and a good attendance -- --- .-- - -. -
Seaboard Mail.
F1, and a plan which while cheap of the congregation is re*,
I II
aol fatl. While it in true there are guested. l'rof."lIlIam.. is a tine and I

,enticing twenty-year tontine It... i impressive I .peakersnd will deliver a Miss N.! Norton. I
ments tagged to the policy, it i I" a most interesting sermon. There will I

lln. "cr.laht. I honest liimlne 1 slikwis'ltinn I hn Sunday school at tltx usual hour MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMEH

to any man of moderate n:3O: a. In., sod the B. Y. 1". U. will : Gainesville Circulating

vans whodeslres to protect his family meet in the afternoon at 4 o'clock Only Line OperatingDaily
ease of death "uti. plan which i It I First Presbyterian Ohureh-I'r..aeh- i ...Library...

(very day meeting. more universal approval. lug III the morning at lt:3Oby: Dr. \\.1 I I. Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Ores I

( to'. Yocniit, Sabbath school at 4 p. ni. Only the 1.l&t.-"t Topular ...u.'u.
f.A number of the best and most con Union service in the evening, preaching For information and sleeper reservations call on any' agent :oo."t r It-:

krvatlve business men In the city art by U"v T J. Nixon of the Methnliot write A. O. BUcDONELL. 8. C. 'UOYLsTONAsst.
I treating. the affairs of the Alaohna 1M,. rhurvh. SI'E'iA1.: !OMMK.Il TKRMH.: loo General Passenger Agent, Passenger .,* pet wrerk. llowlmr three change% dur-
.1eIcM of this Association of which 11 1'renching at the Advent Christian ire the rcW. U.>>..k.... must not be kept I II Ii FLORIDA.

HI. Hopson is manager and it will ai.t (Hturch.: Joan; Main street, N., by Klder: I out over one week without renewing.lOUIMt -. .- -- - - .- .- -- .
Halt Interest our readers to<< note tin .', 11 Howling of Live Oak lO.SOa. tug -- --- --- --

:xtraordinary,. Inducements offered. and 7 .l\! p in. '- -- .. _.- Take The Atlantic Coast LinFOR
t ---- The usual services will b.* held at

:r Hsrblne Holy Trinity and St, Patrick's Catholic ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Renders the bile more" fluid and thus churches" J!

''J..S.ps) the blood to flow ; It affords The public is invited to all places of Via rr via Vt. :
iAspoet P. a a.
[prompt. relief from biliousness, indl : worship, and strangers will receive' a N orth.:er: amt or South s''s" lp West i';:' .

.'1011, sick and nervous headaches, conllal welcome. .' J.eamInrtll. Lla. w

over-indulgence In food and drink. i tint R. n.

I. L. Caldwell agent M. K. A T. R. H.. iI I WILL MEET MONDAY Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

keeotah, Ind. Ter, write. April 1 IN.E'lftOOt "' Time Table in effect April 11. 190A.

"I was sick for over two<< years Board of County' Commissioners Will Depart For'_ _. . _._ C1AINE8VILLE: ________ _. A3lOpm F
Hssr
with enlargement of the liver and Complaint on That Day. - - -- .
Very Low Rate Round-Trip Sum- : High and Inter.IMily '
M*.n, The ilootors' did mo no good.I The Hoard of County Commission 8pnogs 0
mediate Points *
had given tip all hop" of being ers will convene special session. tomorrow Tourist Tickets -- -
mer
Ned, when my druggist advised me for the i urpo e of hearing 1:1: :Ib p aa: Oeala. L.esburg and Tampa and a *. nUs

_t use Herbine It has made me sound objection from any property owners On sale daily to various resorts North Daily' Intermediate Points -'

well." bv Vj. Sold by W, )1 1. John. who may' appear lu the matter of rais and West, limited October Slst to return 1 '
Chicago MilwaukeeMinneapolis. 1:6Opm Palatka. Jacksonville.
including
the This \is
_ ng assessment notice M. Paul. Denver Colo Daily Nonh. East and West 0"
1 Low Rates to White Springs given so that all concerned may' appear rado Springs Pueblo.Kitrrm ---- oDally
before the board with their" griev.ances. I2:06pm: I High Springs' Wayeroea. Savannah Braaswiek.
'j Spend a while at White Springs, the ; ly low ratt to Portland
Albany. Atlanta all Points North Eat WestRoehelle.
if hareA
,
heading health resort of the :'ta'... On any they Ore. account I.ewi..t Clark C"itt 'nnial _ i 1..__. _
\ Kxposition ; also to<< Sn Franci ifeO
ahs> far-famed fuwanuec rirer. The ,
3:23
Touching Story l : p m
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and lAM Angeles
..." .. UI. and bolt offer the follow. Micanwpy and Citra t
Is the saving from death of the baby Only line operating through sleepr Daily3SO
....inj low round-trip rates from Game
girl of OfO> A. .:,I..r. Cumberland from Florida to Cbieagu. - ----.--- --- --
FVlllei Sunday only II ticket good
; Md. He writes : "At the age of 11 Only) line op.ntlncbrouah sleepers a In"any i.
,foiag Ha turd ay n4| .r*>turniiit; :Monday, months, our little girl was lu declining from Florida to St. Louis with dining High Spring
fur
*3 $Ot ticket food tlfieva" days, ct =>
.. .. SI I.' .:
;Ogg oable dally' service,, For further health with serious throat trouble. ear rvio* .
_
tourist sl rs to California -- -- -- -
Through p -
t-
rpartlouUir loquir* of ticket agent tfCWKSWKK auJ two physieiae gave her up. \V. .
{ u
,
Foe reclining chair ears finestdining Interelianceable Mileage Tickets miles of ate I
good over UjOOO
. . were almost in despair when we r.- _rvic, the South M
.t - --- - ear "> In eipal railways in the Southern States. are on amle by the P ria iXJ "* : J
s lvel to try U,. King's New Discov Ask for tioket via L. A N Thrwogh Pnllmar. sleeper Fort Tampa to New Yu.k.ta |U.,,tm.
t: cry for consamption.ooaghs and ('oolds For rat** sod s 'he lu)- to any point Une t also via AUaati. Coast Line and booth*rv. BaU..,. I
I North or West, and for Pullman tees.eations -
For .. lafon
eo .p1. aUftl. call IJ.
f The first bottle cav* relief; after taking
ealloa or.O""O. K, HER
;; t ALL tISt ru.S four bottles she was cored and is RIM, .Via. Paw*. .A .. L. A N R. RMma A. QOpOWIN. Ticks Arose .,-f'II

r, awl c..als$yrs Tlreaa now In perfect health." Never fails to w. any 8t... jMkMMTtu. ri.. Add....
time tteas. :ell s y drr..soa. relieve fund _hi. At .. FRJLJCK O. BOTLflTO; IMa. p... w. D: Ar
cure a cough
r't ,; ,M or ---- 0
r laff W. ..
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; - -DAILY SUN: \INESVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 6, 1905 ; '

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SUMMER NORMAL MOZLEY'S I II EXTEND STATE: -ROAD- TO SEA. T I

I THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO Inc.FSTAIUJSHFD .
Lcosator: ,
,
Wants BUI Set for Special
;y STILL PROSPERS LEMON ELIXIR Order Next Tuellday. I I...* .
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i
AU&.J t. \u"''ii9>t 5-Imuutiate!> after The (1 11.100.
the ". ..,Ing of the journal :Mr I Renders reliable. services' of every lc1fr.. along the line of

, ent Has Materially In. 1t1t: L.1TES. THELIVEN : AJexan-1 Of ivK.xlb. county. intro- I of Title the Land Titles In the Alachua Mate of l'.1II1IJ.f"orI
During Past Week.. dated a : t "'utlon: to M.t the t hi i"l;l for 1 ----- -
ed I I first consideration ----- --
f. crtlS STOMACH pl'll\.u'r.. -r the extension of t!:e \\'. a: .
.. srECULTIESi Ab.trarte orAfrenU .flU.; lax! Sale Searches
H0" ELs, I A. r<*::: : hr made a spec at order I for
.-. WORK IS BEING DONE rv' N'en-Ke-iiJent Land. thU"'N; 1'13'" .r (.anU..
E I Kll\EY&. for m \-1 r :" a,Jay. The revolution was
the investor.Towner Etc.References.
;. referred t h. the comittro on rulnl!
; First Month'a Work I The inventor of the famous TUK.
: End of the FMrt-. : .'n"l :1)1 Most Successful of Its i JELL SOU.VPE. a man known wherever a't .. .. : First National nan of .I1..vllle. H. F.
- the begun Mt 11 : :o u'cloe'k.send .
Shoes plows are sold and u.ed.fll! : Potion A Co., Bankers.
In the State. sr .
Established ': after section! way i>A:'st>i1.'
Ever
: "God Are Thorough. .I have used MO/I.J:Y'S LJION to be> tell.. r, up later :-4.'; > radtcalchanges

' JI Departments ELIXlll for 10 or>> li )ear In my ". tee mm'e in the bill and
first month of the fanolly for the Ktomacb. :i ie-r and uulney .
t of the there ra" \> 'tie debate
fad until section t0wa.e
e amt tint \it IH the i b4C"ua.t!c'n I
be
, I Normal' shows it to one have ever used : rein l.! i I. ABSTRACT REALTY

:die rsiunit1 O0lt; successful schools of itsestablished 'e-tc'fur i , / The I \h' :%ninth section of the hill & COMPANYE.

r. erer IDhe State. fchoulder>> *. I t.n-e reoommerdrt' li Innumerous fixing u feet, of f 4M upon all m.uiufMCturtrM -
kid
\ has increased rapidlyweek cases to ui\ workn.rn. whensick (If .i i protected soda l fountain \>
dlsattendsnce ana unable to work ami It bat"I-! (oorport.c11: i
the .
until now eta.Istbady be'ter.lg,,.
.j,5iiUHret wa)" .rlvenPerfert.ntl\ ..,..,'tl'n. H. U.TERRELL. was the 1'\lI1Jc'.t of a tu.U it'ebate
seventy-fire repro.tsutres (! VOYLE. MQ-R.
numbers IVcsi.lent At:anu l':...wCo e'
from nineteen counties .. Atlanta" >l lr. lta:1:1 of Hlbb mo\t' | tn ajnendI Abstract of Title and full Information furnished retarding lands la till

"' and[ women who stand in the "f'ct.n: reducing Hit' pro ptn.*,
'poetrsckot,men their profession.TEC1FaU MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR to $1t"1. |II|, argued J4i 1\1. wax l'ruhlhl- is thoroughly conversant with land titles.
,
of the leading high schools Ive and would Kill off litany i.f the

'A; : and quite! a nu-nber of asIt.otV.cher email: r ar.ttfacturora 11. ointendd IES C) LE.
.tare V :y: ,
"* in the city and town WALDO NEWS.A i' the heavy tax Mould amount to 1

i ILol enrolled during the past proto>*.tlnn to coot cx Iii and stte thtnHnUra.tur.I' IRE, ACCIDENT- BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE Rep
t have teachers are here for Bunch of Social Personal and Local a oi that sirup 1\ monopMr setting a number of prominent American and English companies e
_to Throe Paragraphs 01) REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS. "

OeroJgh. for preparation certificate in the branchesMate or for WaldotiRimt5: .-HI'C.. fco terclosed : Wir.. of Fu>'ettt', defend tht"prol Ga.i.D..ee-v-i.1..1e 2 B'loricLaFCateabliwtkestti
yolred his "'t'\1 t.l\
methods pastorate of the ttaptut
[ work in primary
jeeial church with lat unday'" service. In the Senate. 107U ;
I'It and daily reeitiooi 1':1: y
courses :
different He if a forceful preacher and has don Practical!* the entire tlm. of the J 1
arranged that an excelIfctopportnnity : : i
o .
are his wurk well v*>u it, Thi: vtjaj' MHH taktn up with

is along]afforded these those lines.who Her Ira Marnett held a service in fatcotisnu i tlon ur l..o.U IIOUH billet :8: F :OU-TTc) & OOe 'tr
specialize
ftubto the :Methodist: church Monday' night, A latK". I.':nub -r of t ht.M. iiuaBunvr .

a The department of pedagogy and and as pastor. of the church at Sutherland were pin! u,'"'n th*'Ir iMM> ajre rectl ed e ,,

[;irjcholoiET '* under the direction of and agent for the college there, the re.lulrttconstitutional i nuvjority

7to!. T,. \v T.uchols, the principal of he presented the interest of the school and only :.t.l the signature l of DIM :s A :KEES.Do. :

[ftt Norms!. Prof Bncholz is conceded and its growth" and prosperity Ro\:; '.'rrn>r t.. leavens Inw *. .

.ib*the belt informed authority on Isaac Simmons has been sick of typhoid Th.' apn'iilatloiiK' bill in Mill In the .

'iubjeeti in the State and the fever four weeks" but is now eonvalt'IIt.nt. hands of tti, finite, rommltt. on ape

of the beat educational thinkers Isis wife hal also been proprl ttlon- and It will bt ,,'verulda % treceral bkck'.rtf. bun:rr... bur ..d sell loretaa' and fluwntte riabaac 11.
JIll quite 1 rr accountsotb.Las.b.nler..rorl'"rallo._, '.'.er..norerCM and ok.rsmKklr.rf
[ifih, s>ath, His work has created sick They lost an infantJ. > s t>.'for. the Ktnnte b*'Klnt the con. rere'lhtonfaur.brlren.d *-i""I.: t.e.ltt..fo .......e"uw.&I a

[thotiaim in all the departments, W Wilkeroon has enlarged his eld>ration ...f thla JIIea "'.-. Korriw:\'ullI\8lft: Ite United Ntatr*. t '

Irbi.'odt'DU carry Into their work business The tini. of the Keu.itn to.llwtll )
by adding a grocery department -
[fttioipiration of their teacher. A be occupi' l with the consideration of S,
a bill b S nntor .A..IN'm S V-IT. LE.FLO:atJ: : :') ..l
[anmintnt feature of this school worth Rev. 1). L Itranning has establishedan > NVbratley prnvltltnK .. .. ;
the large amount of labor- for thee "ofltk.\tlon! of the military lawn.
iBBUnjtw appointment for preaching once a . .. . _
of the --- -- ---- - -- '- -
jflofj work being done In the science month at Cauthen's mill and the first fet.iteA

tIltH. In physics the fine equipment service last unday was largely attended -
G. S. MERCHANT &
ttaieh formerly belonged to the East The people there propose to Warning to Mothers. CO,7: +

[,Honda seminary is in requisition erect a church. His use. of the violinin Too much care cannot l>e used wit,

stet) ISaf. In physiology, botany and worship i. a drawing feature mall chit,Iren during the hot weatherof Retailers and Jobber In

taolopj>> constant use is made of the Joel T. Weeks attended the Baptist the summer month to guard againUbowel '

[I meting tools and microscopes in the Union meeting at Starke. too lilt's. As a rule it is onljneceimary

[and} of typical for.us of life gathered Mrs. Cramer made a visit to friend! I to give' the child a done o'! Staple and Fancy Groceries

tom the adjacent fields and woods in Jacksonville! the pat week
[k political and physical geography, Mr and Mrs John Winter made a "*, I) > not use any mi*>*titute

luddlion to globes and maps the atufittMch but give thee old-fai>hioied castor oil
"visit to Oviedo Monday, returning 01 1 I finin Qardan S..d and Fartilizars.
-M are given views of charletfMtie Tuesday.Mrs and see thai it U fresh a. rancid 01 ,

[ form.. prominent places and nauseates and ha"*, a tendency to gripe
: .t. Jolly, one of the oldest residents SOUTH HIDE: HCjUAUr. : i t C A1NESVILLK. FLOIUDJ
'-tiell: Industrie, by means of an of Orange Heights, visited. her If till doe tint check the biweU IJITV:

FaWtn* stereopticon, In physics, as two son, Dr Andrew and Contractor ("liHinberlali/n Colic, Cholera arid IMnrrhoea Highest market price' paid for Chicken Eggs: and other Truduas. It ,
f MTexperiment of the Kemeily and then a dose o:!f Kr
as possible .
Frank Jolly. The latter has his reni. -- ----- - 1 'iQ',
[Buioail physics course. are being c'anor oil. and, the disease may lchecked :
pre- dence well under way" towards completion. A Complete stock oT Hay. Corn Oats. Hour, titan Meal Cotton 8e.d Me,|j
fan'4 aDd written up in note-books by in it. iuHpien and. all Banger and R,... w. dandle only. the VERY BKHT Roods at the LOW. ri.HT

jWindoal" pupil. A party chaperoned by Mr T. KGodbey avoided I'lie c*tor oil and thu. I'KfCKH.; and guarantee satisfaction always.. '
.: should tip procured" at once and
bo'':" important part of this aamMrKhool made up of the followiiiL: remedy ---'!<

i* the primary training deIrtllfDt young people : Misses Emma Kntenza. kept ready for instant use a* sour ai 2CH'rA:1LI14J-LfD: IHUO.H.F.DUTTON&CO. Ili

) Here are to be found twen- Minnie and Lelia Thigpin, Gertrude the first indicaiion. of any bowel, trouble
I'hi" i I. the must slcce.r. .
.re >Ir thirty earnest and enthusi- Ellen and Maud Godbey and 'Ia.t.r.Tame. :I atpearn :

teachers. all deal ring to become (Graneer Ralph William, Joe. ful treatment l known. and stay be re.

exat in this line of work. Miss (rodbey and Don l'ackham, went ovei. lied upon with 'implicit eonlldencw' ' ever, .'
Ix in cases of cholera lnfant Dt >nemire of Summerlin Instiat toT. K. Smith's island home alllletaJ..dlev.Hal J
all UruKKiit
by
l l.artow: has this work in day, enjoying fishing, l>oatinf) Sea Island Oottoc.-l

,. she i. a graduate of the Pea- and bathing in Santa Fe! lake Rust in AI '.ima Cotton Field,
---
Traminc College for Teachers, Contractor It. );. Alverez has had 1IIIIIf"I.!! t''".< \HKHMt 6 I \f "n :

file' Tnnn and her success i in an addition built onto his house' and von roomy |p mt.'rn itrt beKlnnini tr Sea i Inland' Cotton S_'.'cI, Bagging" u nct l Twine WaJ

normal, summer school. hast the tileron-Cook place. repaired. I".rlll"nin{ I of >I"'. 'I'|ii.'nit of met inlh leather! Strip or 8icl -n.

her into favorable notice. Mr. W It. Knni. and threw children .'lr cotton ft. .1.! VIohkh h.." ..tr. :nl 1)

1 lIodl< class of children has been arrived yesterday from Tampa to spenda ""I', d Inu" 1'l rnfi!.. 'tows li) ..fl.J

ill'Oi, .o that the teacher ae- while with her parents Rev and Mr*. dinsTh..' r,, "I'i pMiHiM4tN* h..v.. !1.....nKn.itl :Manufacturer of tlio .Tanifs Iolg Iinpnivccl Eng]

,J..- the practical application may of D L. Itranning ) liiij>ro' -I f Inrlnjc t the |ptee.iJlnjr S 'a Nlaml Cotton <(< Jin. and Suppli H for B'txne.CSAINKSVILLK ,"

kwH an'I lest approved method Joe Winter wa recently shocked by >*" i....krt by aim. "t perfect weather "b'iflti FLORIDA. U 8 4

,0. )l1MaJ> and Friday of each week lightning, which struck In.a few, feet of '. rain and ..It! nlrhf: h+law ea.l.ed|

al assistance him, the trial to ov oni"" whatnyer ...IUI'tac"
{i. given to those
"a* for the examination for pri.eert Clarence West, a boy here years ago, hid beer. r.slnt. '4 .
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; rate came to renew aeouniritano{ a day or

'.... ... "Tintendent Holloway viates. two' ago. He *i'JIII In. ....t..rIr.*. Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlain's

..IInn the East Coatt, Colic. Cholera and Fay-Sholes
:* .' t dewing the week. lie Jones, i I. doing "

to m..1f! a. well pleased with her husband having' made several Diarrhoea Hemady. .

,,'t a.J. general progress of the. thousand dollars the pat year trucking This fact I i. a..'I I known lu dmjfBi: .t.

every where. aiiil nine out of ten willthrir Typewriter; 4

Mr. :Margaret Beckham h i visiting J.i- customers this preparation
'IFUSEU
FINE POSITION S. J. Kennard' family in rernandlna.Dr when the best tn l acted. for :Mr, Ob

kcBeath k.fused I*. I). (Hick wa' called by telegram \Vitmer. a |>rornment' druggist nf JipItn. .u I'>UVtl.I;IMtlll:. ,t
Lucrative Job to Georgia on account of his Mu, 'in a et" reulartnhssru-lv>nir*,
r B'ee' TIIIIIt: : I
Tho', Leave Florida. wife's, (line**. f he i.i visiting: relative says "There oi notnitiK "m the market -

Pre n F. McBeath is deb there A letter .ul er|'jently. states in the why rif |.al.til rnedleinewhich K K HIM: tTilt: : >r.KIZT "

f ''r'da, especially OaioesU ke i* improving equal t'haotIf'rlaln'I.\ *, HUH Tabulator

/ 9fe'b' ,I demonstrated by the .\ new turntable I.i being installed In Cholera I and, arrhoea I I'emedy for UnIY65AL[ HtTDOARD I :ON

fT11 'fi y he tamed down the the :.abnarct .Air Line yard here to I mend bowel this"","plalr.aratlon.'* '\'. "sell Yur a IK!tale r" um-by I lvetry Machine.Hhlfl' .
which collated" a prej
* the old one
-i replace I
on the of the
faculty all fir UK CI".. .
'r=ial School of Kentucky few" days ago ii

er, ,' t'' O per year. Th offer Disappearance f T -Mlle Bicycle' R.cerd eros.se. I.ight.sl Lightest Itunninic' The

ea'iti 1 former correspond Peculiar ()ifl.o. 1'fahn ul $.-U* f X near Champion Hp' ....l Writer. of the \Worl'

a be ',rm of a telegram to J. It ICunyan of BotUrvlll/ laid of I.ro.o. Utah broke the C.. the ....,."hole., Mor, Xay.HhoU' Inn
sL of his painful 11J.n. G
'ttp the peculiar disappearance bicycle record for 2 ml.;_ ali
aking this offer and .
of indig-.teots and bllloonee lei trsln. ..llle than any other m8lbJDe.
to >mediate reply, Prof. ymptom i the 'veal Mauer murk 'Uet'lI from
I..fe fill.
I> Kin New
to r .
d tb" M-raU-h e 'mile tap haa'blr.p.
the
thanking presi- .
lie says rh"y area perfect remedy .. b- 4k1 the 4'1'
'titus o'er professions r.
bat declining, For Halu hy. . ;
vlk.r fordli_in*. soar stomach heaiheeonttipation. fn 3 ..I 1 5. or''s l I- t.$ 'Jf ...etorsd.et'er
formal is the largest fi'J.rSD1 at *u
.
of < etc .. than *a. prTkia r.s.*rdVif THE SUN GaineiYille FlaJ,
kind in the Booth and drugstore* prle.1tt" .
moat successful
tsaee Slatand
The people of
stv'11d sad do appreciate a r >r. Gives 10fray

'tied edoeator's loyalty toW hair all that soft, dark, rich color .

.*.* town and there ia no .o natural to etrly life. Checks

h 'I Rood is In sAors for ers /ailing hair ; keeps the hair soft TlDAlLYSUc.ilTHE

and amooch, and prrvenia apl'"-
.f!. 0....
'std baa )oat cosapleted a tin >at tit ends.

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ml THE DAILY SUN:. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA AUGUST fit 1905

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'r:; MONTHLY MEETING Hew Is- Baby- Teilay ? MR. HESTER'S MISFORTUNE.,. A'GREATEDUCATION- -


Better, thank you. In fact quifc well. I. Suffering From Injuries Received in

:: COUNTY SOLONS Fat round and full of life and mi ch
Pink and white flesh dotted with dim.. Friends of L. C, Hester of 'XVilllstor,

'"\' /. .. ples. No cough: no indigestion.All who. with his family, has been sojourning -

; CNnmber of :Persons Granted Li. on account of at White Springs for the past few

Ir ," days. writes The Sun requesting that A
? censes According to Law.
rte ;,. its paper be changed from that placeto
, \ Williston.

5WAS.} A VERY BUSY SESSION I "I was taken verj ill at White
: .
.. Springs a few days ago on account of
i, .Many Bills Were Paid the Proportion he injuries received In.the railroad MOVEMENT !

,; ,ofFees; In Inquest Cases Being Very administered by a mother'whose love wreck some time ago at High Springs

"% ,,.Large_Many Applications for New was tempered with common sense. .fy Injuries are Internal, and I fear it

l 'Roads and Changes of Roads.Gainesville She knows that OZOMULSION f.a is will take me some time to get over

L.i: fountain of energy for grown-ups hem." AIMagnificent Library Worth

t Aug. 1. too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes It is hoped that Mr. Hester's injuries $50|

Th. Board County Commissioners plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble are not as serious a* he 'supposes, and '

.', folk it is the chief nourisher at life's that he will soon .completely_ re o"er. Offered Free'Qf Cost !
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feast. It cures Consumption when
,4. ;.'. _fPaollIng and J. F. Townsecd.Chairman taken in time. All druggists sell it- They Appeal to Our Sympathies..

Dampier being absent, on 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us The bilious and dyspeptic are constant Unprecedented Offer that Promises to P .

'. ;motion' oII J. F. Townsend, O. O. Ped send you sufferers and appeal to our symathies. Unusually Interesting.
f>tek was elected chairman pro tem. There is
> not one of them
trt 'I':was ordered that Alex McDowell Free Sample Settle! by Mail however, who may not be brought back

,(be sent to the poor farm. Write letter or postal toOXOMULSION to health and happiness. by the use of
tJ.':L,- That the sum of $15O be approprl 'CO. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab.. Something SUN Readers Shoud Consider!

5?* Ue4 and to F. H. Clyatt for road
paid O8 Pine Street New York, ets. These tablets invigorate the

', )'j' purposes, to be used on the Tacoma stomach and liver and strengthen the
';t ,and Gainesville road. r igestinn. They also regulate the bow Read the Following Details Carefully:
road said Setter to furnish for
: ; ; way
'fl That The Gainesville Son be dnlK-
el.. For sale by all druggists.Just .

':ksat.d..the-acts as of the the paper last. Legislature in'which to of publish 1905 travel until"T. J.road MCKINNEY is cut. Chairman Meandering The Mystery Surrounding the Beautiful Di-t:: ,,, .r ., fll.

"H. L. SKTZKR." W. HYIJE'8Vludow Revealed in the 1'011.\\;
t That J. R. Smith be appointed in- n
A city girl writes: "It is a fond I ;
'< .'apeetor of marks and brands for Dis- That the petition of citizens District dream of mine to become a farmer' A number of onr enterprising merchants execution which tall
"
2. asking to change or straighten 1\ will]
4ct1'i.t No. 6, to enter upon duty after wife and meander with him down life's have arranged what will proveto prove.
Tajiviag bond. public road from the sooth end ''of the The conditions th
athway." be a most interesting content! between err
line running through A. O. Edwards' follows : Any lodRH e11gr'
(i J fr Whereupon the board adjourned un Ah, yes, that is a nice thing But the High School Twentieth club hospital oolj
field straight on south one-fourth of a or organor
0V: ill Wednesday .
ft o'clock.r..4f
morning at when husband meanders off and Century Club Odd Fellows' Home B. private IB
_____________ mile thence back to the public road your eligible: too roars
I leaves you without woodland you have .'. O. Elks Volunteer Firemen. Ma Vote. for individual! w.. asst
A Wednesday, Aug 2 be granted and that Jos. E. Harrison ed. With .
each
]1O ,
t.o meander up and down the lane pulling sons. W. O. \V./K. of P., Gainesville\ cenm rrt e
t The board met pursuant to adjourn. A. C. Edwards and Jos. M. Malphurs ticket will be given by reLto
splinters off the fence to cook dinner Guards. Kirby Smith Chapter or J. J.Finley ,
through whos literal
.,
,, meet of Tuesday, all members being are hereby appointed to view and mark I ) are
Chapter of the U. n. C., or
say
and when you meander along in libraries are furnished ,
.1 ube h
7''pr..D'. out said road and make report of the church Sunday; school, hospital organization : written the v4
amount
the wet grass in search of the cows till rand rl refs
'fi Ordered : That the following bills acts and doings at the next regular or institution you would wishto the nnmber of v<''.-. re
'. be paid i tI. H. Wleuges. clerk and meeting of this hoard. your shoes are the color of rawhide own the beautiful library valued at chaser will write on the < ri I.pot III
,
and stockings! soaking wet, arid $500, now on display at G. W. Hyde's.
., auditor, $401.. M. Torlay, guard That the petition of the citizens asking I your stitution or or anlzat.'JI- '. r.a- 1"1 h
when you meander across twenty acres TilE REWARD will be a magnificent or she desires. to vntf .. en r.:11:
fide Moses Sherman, janitor $25 Hell that the road running west from
; ; of plowed ground with a club to drive library consisting of 200 volumesof and deposit the ticket' IJI,
., ,Telephone Company, $7 ; 8. 11. Wien Hanta Fe, intersecting with the LaCrosse the standard subscription publications box in the store in uhn< r. .
the hogs out of the cornfield and tear
.el. stamps, etc.. $47.30;' Phifer llros., and Cox' bridge road near of the day as follows : 1 he is made.
'' your dress on the barb wire fence, Great Chas. Dudley Warner "Libraryof The standing of the ,
:: ODdrles for jail $19 OO; II. H. Me Hand, be made public road be granted st
when meander back home to the t.heVorld'. Best Literature," 46 be published excliiinv. .
'
you vday's ' ros
) and that T. L. Doke J. L. Math-
'Oreary publishing IncrrasH in assess ,
houses find that the billy goat has volumes ; "Library of the World'sGreatest issue of The :Nun tube. H
....tenant, etc., $42; Gainesville Electric ewe and M. F. Davis are hereby ap- butted the stdflln! nut of child, Classics," 30 volumes ; the 14th. 1005 at 7 o'cloc; i thtt
Light and Gas Co., $3 ; 1.at.I.: .. Tele pointed to view and mark out said and your Anglo-Am.rican Dictionary and Cyclopedia remaining votes will (b' s
phone Co., telephone ..nd3: days' make report of their act and doings and find the old hen, with forty chlckns 12 volumes ; Library of Oratory the magnificent lit.rarj "."ar": .. t.. ;
,, in the parlor you'll? put your by Depew, 15 volumes. ; organization having th' .r K .' QII H
.rvlce 30V.. H. I> col at the next regular meeting of
$14 ; Dickinson t.hl'l
..
hands on your hips and realize that Works! of Balzac 36 volumes ; the Library her of votes The *"in t. .1 I teach
$, lector, commissions. $20.73 ; T. H. 1':1-: board. I meandering is. not what it Is cracked of Poets. 82 volumes ; the issue a coupon xvnirh vt ,titl
Jls, collector, water for quarter |1O.=:!.5 ; That the petition of the citizens ask- up World's Beat Essays 10 volumes ; History the holder to two votei <\ \II"
;. JL, A. Jernlgan, care of clock for quart.. log for a road running from Windsor to be.-O borne (Ken) News. of Our Great Commanders 12 credited to the in tituti. i ?. I. srr.

\ '.r. ending July 31. $10; J. M. Dell by M.J. lieckham's crossing the creekat volume. ten on space provided for _a c J sit*
Each and every one of these bonks delivered to the ballot tnni-* u r the H
).I. D.. professional services at Jail .$7 ; lieckham's ford then east to the >SOFTNESS OF"SEALSKIN. are specimens of the best mechanicalG. of the stores.

N X 8. Bodiford I Co.. medicine for jail corner of J. F. Townsend's land, thence *

.' .'4.38; Worrell.Manufacturing Co., In- south to Center school house and on to Ie niraled by lltMM 3 flair Where I Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merchants: III
ti sea t exterminator for jail $1145 ; the Gainesville and Hawthorn road DaadrufT IK Eradicated.

1- L. 1V. Fennell examination of 1). south of Joe Towjisnnd's, be granted, Sealskin Is admired the world over for W. HYDE. W. R. THOMAS

Woods lunatic, .7.20); Pepper Pub and that J. .'. Townsend J. N. Townsend Its softness and glossiness; and yet the The leading Dry Goods store. Voters, I Our Buggies, \Vaiou< a irar
n' ,llshlng Co., binding county records, and H. \,'. Pope are hereby ap human hair l* equally as soft and glossy remember this is headquarters. are the best nt the nt and
||1, $.10.601.. II. ltoh.rt.on, treasurer pointed to view and mark out said road when. healthy: and the radical cause of all vote worth going af'er e.department
hair Marcus Endel.'
trouble
la dandruff which Is caused afford -
a
commissions $4314 ; J. H. .Fletcher and report their acts and doings at the by 4tunity
a pestiferous parasite that papa the The lending Clothl"r.It'n's Fnrnith- to"ntt".
.eating for (,au I'''''. $'.'5 ; "'. )1. JohnoD. heal regular meeting of this board. vitality of the hair at .Its root. Nawbro'aHerplclrte er and Tailor of Gainesville. We sat W. S. Dorsey & Co

medicine for jail $3.05 ; S. J. That the bond of J R Smith as In. Is the only preparation that Is defy the, most! exacting; demands of all. The Grwery and "

Thomas Co.. brushes for court house, Vector of marks and brands. for District druff fatal to there the In dandruff no falling grerm.hair Without, but a dan.lux Votes count here.Gainesville the strongest Jlrt' "'l"

k-,*, $3,50} asrvtaes of constables, coroners.Witness No. fit with W. U. Richardson and urlant growth" of glossy. soft hair Is certain. " Furniture Company. your voting strength "
and juror fees, eta. In inquest \\.Tt'noh.a sureties, be approved Scouring the scalp won't cur dan The big Furniture store where yon ear; every meal you ..erv ?out

?rl; 'easn, etc., $155.2O l : ; C. O. IVdrick road That the notary public bond of F. CUhinehardt druff. Kill the dandruff < of women owe their beautiful suits the came.Gainesville .
a: J ud,.lor August $ 'ou; J. 1-'. Town .. principal and C. A. Neel of hair to Nwbros fTerplelde. Bold by cash valuable or Installments.precinct. Don't overlookthis Planing and C, ft, Co.

Iti'' a T. road hands for "August $lrro ; and E. A. Osteen as sureties, be ap leading druriclts. Bend lOc. In staran* iir
to The HerplcldA Co.. Detroit Mich.J. L. C. Smith. A glorious oppnrtnn'vtore r
f" .
work proved.
J. Townsend onrudfl ; I.. to vole for their fm >or \
K. Story, work on road $3.5t; L. II. That whereas T. A. Thompson J. M. llodlford *: Co.. Special AgeatsIF The best and largest variety of Shoesin of wood 10 votes. Dnn' .. !m
town.Ve have the want.
pair
Hall balance on bridge $225: =! ; S J. W. U'vllle. W. C. Brown W. I. Aik ---- ------- ---- We have the votes. Come and you see us. W. D. Fagan & Conr"'...
Collins, work on road tl.: : *O ; J. (J. ens. I.. II. Hhortege. W. F. hazel J T. Our Meats anJ \'.-cetsi tt
Osteen. services on road $5 ; J. li wlnd 1... J. O. SI I ford. S. H. WynneW YOU LOVE YOUR J. S. Bodiford & Company.The \best the market aRordo 'ro''.
reliable druggists. A busy store
Osteen expenses to Orlando to good ll. English S. (I. (lay. 11. J. Holt where the voting will be heavy. We Gainesville Steam i rv

i roads convention $14.6O ; J. L. }Ford \\'. 1. Walker L. Arnow, A. F. Uut WIFE DON'TROAST have them. Give us your work *a'.

work on road $2 feO;*Johnsun t Walts, 1 l"llr. each having complied with thempiirements .|. W. MeCollum 4k Company.The Take slips. them Get your to our friend asmvotes. .I a ft

sundries for road. $24.47: ; H. J. Thomas of the law, they be HERBy up-tn.dete Druggists. The votes Dig, item.A. .

t ) Co., sundries for road $4.55 ; J. t J. granted a permit. to own and carry a are here. Come see us. M. Cufthma

Dampier services on road $2: ; T. J. ;pUtnl according to law. compelling her to bake the family L. C. Smith. Votes will be issue! t"r., 31.ft .

y Love, work on road $4 ; T. U. Waits. The board adjourned. bread during the hot summer months. The trading Jeweler. -Our splendid new policies written IIr > !' l P 1te

{ road overseer f62; 1V.\. Donogan Boy your Bread from stock will supply the most.exacting de newel provided so-!: prrm f ,,111' (t ism
work on roaJ. $9.12; J. F. Town Given Up to Die. mands. The votes are here in plenty.A. paid within thirty days >' r.
lOcents
.ore.eh
send, work on Hatchet Creek bridge, H, Spi<*K*.l. 1H N.'Virginia Ht.. Kvansvill ...Keystone Bakery... L. Vidal & Company.The vote icy. will be issued

'' $14.511; John Manning work on **. hid, writes : "For over' five It's a saving of time, work end money. only Soda Fountain Confectioner Mrs. S. W. LeGra'' tiThe ,
road $l.5O; C. C. Pedrick. angle'!o year I was troubled with kidney, and Fresh Bread Delivered Bally and Book dealer issuing.votes. They only Millinery and! v I +

bars, etc.. 18 ;1\ ; O. I.. Thlgpin, bladder affections which caused me To all parts of the olt.,. Also Cakes,
road overseer $d2: ; F. J. Hammond,, mueh pain and worry. 1 lost flesh and Pies and every other production of

sundries for road. $: '2.2H; (1.0.8. Mer was all run-duwn, and a year ago hat the modern, uptodatebake Merchants Note Carefully.The .

ehant, sundries for row; $19 97 ; J. F to abandon work entirely. I had three shop. shsn ur, t ca
rules of the contest provide that each merchant
x. Townsend services on road $12 ; I.. "'.. of the best physicians who did m* n o I It. T. SCIIAPER Pn pri..r ".1a1..* a record of his vote on Friday night of each week, sending' a tu; sr3

Fennell. feeding prisoners. $141 7Ot good and I was practically given up Bakery. Pbeee 1CS, to The Daily Sun on Saturday before noon of each week of er ex.l

1"... In 111. Colman, $19.21: ; I.. \\.. Fennell,. and the first bottle gav. UAI'IE!' %1"LLrM FAVORITE pa kage as possible ; write your own name and date of delivery a '' ta +
they can be filed with records and delivered to
away your
t21.60I. J Knight $4 toe ; W. F. hat., me great relief, and after taking th.
awards appointed at the close of the cont..'.
H.. $10 K) .\, It Chamblln. $.:'O; F. second bottle I was entirely cured RESORT.
J. W. )leCollum.Co.. .
THE SUN'S
Voting Proposition.Under .
8. Curl. $4.70-: T. Henderson. $4 Cd|/ t
O.'t. Livingston $:?..15.ii : All Doing Well.A no circumstances will an employe of this paper be a. "
vote in this .00''''.
;, That the report of \\'. U, l>ickln.on Alachua Pool Parlors 'rye
., letter from A R. Harper, who 1 Is I We wilt give a premium of 75 votes for every paid three nuc
for double assessments. descriptions spending a few days with his family on lion to this paper; 2OO votes) fur every paid six month sut crte'
and orruiirous assessments the coast at Keabreeie. directs that votes for every paid subscription for one year. Old sobecrit i'r. t ;,
'' totals C. Bare. I'rprkt.r.i number of votes by paying their subscriptions in advance KT: *'J t s
showing for
State to:..6 and { t.
The San b* sent to him at that place.We numt r
be a subscriber. To the institution securing the largest rM
>$287.13 for county b. received and approved are all well and having a good this manner, we will.. award at 'o'clock p. m., Ootober 14th,, y
and he I. hereby credited with "
*
t time bite he adds 'but we cannot
w MS3.41 oneollr tion of taxes for the
do without The Sun for w* want to

year 1904. keep posted. Tb. Gainesville contia LIBRARY COUPON.
That the report> ot the committee toUw gent are all doing well and having a Located IB the Porter. Block aoatk VOTING

4 '/ and mark out the road leading grand time.'* Friends of the. 8ea. side p sate. Three flrsi-eUsa tablee
and
from "Wannee to High spring be received breese sojourners will be glad to learn Good lights, and prompt eoarteooservtee. This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that es-; r'f
to invited.
Th pabiM eor jally
as follows and said road declared that they are all well and happy.If I I and always ........**. any Institution competing for the beautiful library, i' r s' n

a pablto road I' filled out.' signed and ,.'omed0 the ballot boxes In
.. trte Baby ia Cutting" Teeth --- --
.
We. the undersigned have agreed stotea.'a.stt -
to have Mr. eu.r0 move said road Be lure and use that old and well- AT ST. A USTINE.tloel .j"

; beginning 00 land llae at Cow Creek 'rieod ...4 dy. Mrs VTlaslow's Booth : le9tJtwu.,

c.. ranolag line direct to. T.'J. )101'1...,'. tug qfnap. for ehlldrea teething.. Is| M Otsaas

".0: alas)., eooneotlog ,Uir. with Twbr the ehUd. aotteae the ..-.: 2asaa e1 T 4r. . s. ...
(. : all hats. etlm wlsd tli0tla : al f L c:'" .
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.( THE DAILY SUE: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AUGUST 0, 1H05()

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oats.qtd.I EDUCATIONAL BONDS. EGGS AND CHICKENS.


lt;: r :tn The election to be held on Tuesday.AuKUt The p.. '" of eggs in this ei y has I ,

Rth. to decide whether the issuance been hit-: all summer, and 't w.. i deem

the Peat OIDe. /l.laeaflll..llt.: .. of the bond. prnrid for by ordinance H.. tho'igh the raising; of et' .ten* A Healthy Liver Makes

L.ae-eoad-e1aarlDaU c.ner. shall be approved by the registered and 'he "cc: bJ..ine., ought tn py w.- I ;

elector of the city nhnuld command in this **.>.tioti. Only" f..r.lhI.. ,& ""''
A Well -
-; ;;" KKAKY.: Editor and P\lbUllbe. the attention of very man and In the sprint, were they l>.*K,w itvciityfive 'I ManIIERBIISIF ,.

W u HLEY. AiwocJate Editor.j woman who has the interest of the crass. a dor-n, and they have t>.-..
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city at heart. While the women cannot .are ft' tl l Ht price.
::E. BUKTZ. City P 61tor.Lor
rote, they can wi* d an influence There inU.i nu do.ibt ht: what

: '1oo! j "HCN nY. lien'l Traveaiuc Attenuju for Rood ant thus aid in advancing the money 1t.1 b.. made in the chicken

elt,'* beat interest business. if anyone would K"> at the

-;: RKVVITT.. feupU Con>l_llK Room. While The Sun would) net unduly influence business. nfntematioally Hut it takes rrtsua

111.OCIC.as any voter in this matter under work ant ;'!ttl !nc. at chu-km raising. *
I-ORTKK H
OFFICES arett. I>. TaL&l'HOllla aa the prevent condition it would and a little knowledge of t' a t'usuless.l . < *

p Stun' seem our only hope no r i. to carry tniii It ia certainly. a fact that r'::11 and sss ',

-*? D Aav j.o .publiahed erery movnlnge.uaoday .- question by a sure majority, and since chickens are higher ihan they nhould
l delivered by carrier: in the city or be iu this of the A PURELY TICETABLK COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT .
it hat been decided to te for our beat part tate.
United States
!!!,l d to any part of the postage > LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do net fill your ty.tatn
eta nwmths $1..,threeBceth interests, the vote should! be uuanimou ---------
11ft, f..:rf5a year Ja-jo ; with CalomaU Araanio or Quinine. HERBINE I U a guaranteed ..
(0'> jo cents for 6ve eks-strlctly inLing *. Motorboat Successful Trial.BrlilReport. '. cur. for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER .'

The bonds call for the payment of Conn., August 5 A tria and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cur. MALARIA without !1.*.-
trig any of the deadly affect of many drugs u..d ter theft e
for the educational
JialC Doti.I.. local column iocr Dta a line $50,000 purpose of securing trip Just made by a mot or boat built purpoae. On. bottla purchased today mar ave you from

lor 6n.t /in* rtion. and 5 cent for each additional advantage and facilities IromTthe plans: rf Chants .K Ill! ir-.bof a sick spell tomorrcw. Quickly cures Blllouanemt, CeetlamOoa >. '

fajrrtijn which mean the location of the University at the plaint of the Aim-ric.m and Brit DyvMpsU. Mala.rU. Chill, and all Liver

title*for dUplay advertising*made known on of Florida in our city. Tbe lab MinufncturlnK cxinip.iny lit tt'. u Conplalata. Ued and conunndd by the medical pro-

sprliatiou. term of payment are made easy and said to hate demot1l6hatt'.1 that the fMO generally.

-Tte 1 vtce-a-Wek Bun ia an right.page, forty- the interest at fin per CPDt. It will craft II 1 the fastest ever built. althoiiKl A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT'

column paper, published every Monday and not be required of the city'to pay these Mr, HerrrKhof has declined to give out

Tho-i and contain and general all the, new and will of the be bond in full before the expiration of figures at present He said the boat, Dr. A. J. Hannah. a leading phyaictan of Umatma.P1. .

set. local Mate to part of the United thlrtY't'ari.! and a* our city advance was a .beater<< and intimated' thai I .. says: -I have been ulng .rbin. In my prao-
u,1 Ie.J. pw-Ugefre any tioe and well pleaaed with the ,*.ulta. I always
Canada for $1.00 a year-in advance. In wealth! and progress the burden become she ma.U' much better time than ;J! am
eute.r keep aom on hand and think it a grand medicine
less on each individual property miles an hC'ur.Caule' for Biliouanece and Lhrer Complainta.Lartfw .
become due after lint
jL'l: .d..rliaiug bill holder.

. ppraranee of advertiaement unlearn known otherwise to The University of the State of Florida Creditor Get Seven Mill. Bottle, 50c Avoid All Subatltat
ttipuUtrd in contract rartiea not ua
+
wnt t*required to pay for advertising ad- the leading ..ducationalln'lhullon Cleveland O.. August 5.-Crcdlt.ors Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
BC Address THIS DAII.Y SUN of the State, will be located on the site of Mr (';>-lIt"" K CtiadMlck will rreive *-

GAUIVII.I", P'L& elected west of this city by the Board n tota: dividend of about 7 millson BU tVouls. U. S. A.

I ---- --- of Control and the" impression that any the do":'.. :r when Ih,' niatttT is final.

Are jou doing all you can to exterminate of the important feature of thin school lystttltil. iicccrdlng to Heft-ret In

t the moequito will not be included in its coarse! as Bftnkrnpto Komlngtnn. The assets WIll 8

in the past i i. erroneous.! The school amount tn $:: :).000. It I U exportedagaintt ( BOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

Any improvement that U worth being will" be." here in its entirety, regardlessof which are claims for attorney W. rI4: :_ JOHNSON: C nl.isz.oiivill: .

done, should be done well.)) the statements made by those' who fees and court costs amounting tol0alltl .
l have no authority to speak regardingthe $ U .iMng about SM.uOo with - - -

iain..iI1e; should always maintain WAn..r.The which to ti-! *>t $:.OOO M"It. of |11:110 btedness. I\I\/\I\I\I\I\I\I\I\I\I\O
r
her reputation a* an educational cen- University will have a course of 1

wr. study equal to any of the high-grade Woman Indicted for MXirdtr.ItaloiRh. .
universities of the It will be I: Ilf '
country. N C., August f -Tin- grand. You Are Insured.
The recent rain remind old settlers he aim of President dledd to place it
Jury of Hut ombe county has ttturnrd : .
of the day of 1871 and 1678 when it In the front rank of the educational A iru' h> 'I t against Kate Satutdera. I

runtd and rained. institutions ot the United State., and 1
s a >'.,ut' : W'to! oman" for killing her j In a Cnmpauy that I.i Kr.| enable, Have a I'.III"J Correctly
will hare the of theState I
e he cooperation Mid u.d l I hi t up the body In the wood* Writtenith Liberality of Policy Contract and KIM, CuinpanvPj r

The demand for labor It good, and isis Hoard of Education. The object of Hlack ",mtal:1, tmv ff the wildest ;1\ a Lu.e* .Promptly' t

bored the laborer will be conoidml of the school will: not be to turn out ertloni n 4' ('tHlntr) The crln e was

h worthy of his hire. Industrial units, but to tit out our rommUt.M month ago; and the. body ,

1I I young men with an education that will was" dtt'c, \", d only a few days alnce. c4C C You Are Assured

The Saps are not batting price much enable them to master any of the pro. Tim MOIII,..i) (.1 In jail without privilege

lhe.e day, judging from the figure ession or prepare them for any business of li.t"" j That no serious los can overcome' you without. you haw sonic

thrf have placed on the.priee of peace they may see' fit to follow. 1\ refuge
Gainesville has the endorsement of

.e A Tennessee firm 1 to the press and people of the! State a* I
preparing
make sugar from corn. Kentucky will the proper place for the seat of learning PIMPLES $ Fire Life Accident and Health lusnrance.

otjttt to wasting corn for any such of Florida has been voted the same ,

purpose' by the Hoard of Control and the peu- 1 tnd all teats! .., frond ......ft.. w11." 'IOn.. I
.... ..... . ) None but Heliable Companies |1t.Ir."I..I,> ,
pie of fair oily should not be be- .o do >nf r. .04 bus I | 4 b ikt SeiseII..t. |
y : our l Mrf.'.".. roll t pimple* .! 11va
J.JKing. from the demand that Japan hind in appreciating the efforts and 't..!.. >fUt.".Is.tna a..1 1'.9.1.1.H.... sat 1..,...tl.....l.fs.....1..,awtnetn.eisf ...

1 I is making upon Russia it look a* approval uf other nf the eminent Ih.m.,rnln 1'i,. |.toes fr..s In I.,t 1..f..I. a en..a.I.taws. I..1 r.r+..oll.lB n .11.f 4 \
....( .A. IWL. C'USH:2'4.A.N: :
tl,;och they had gone into the scheme landing accorded our city, and al. ***" rrs 0. Wiii-u, 14 Elms: *t. N...,..)f.J.PI. ,

..itt u a .(,pculatlon.'n. hough the school will conducted an
) Information cht-erfully furnl.I. cJ. OA IN Jot4VII.I.I'I.HUIDA
non.a"ct.rian-r..lhciou. teaching be. at Fos

.. telegraph operator when the lug debarred from the public institutions Th.Ootr.l5.tC.wor
( .I"'I'P '
railroad: official stated ths't the battle of I..arnln&-'h. tone uf the pubic

sit <'rert. sent back word "\Ve have sentiment of our city can do much

U Jo.t ci aimenced to fight" to aid in placing a moral aspect before cavwrno I .PRICti LIST OPWhiskits ,


3 !imp" people fear that the fever will the foundation' student a school and build that up will from attract the Wints! Bur and Malt.KXPHKMM .

.
the attention of all who desire to have ,
PJI a cheek on Italian Immigration. . . . .
If there the schools of the laud a* a safeguardto ....*._ r.Ja'."'. hurl T..*.o-wvt rw"n--". --- - - -
are no Italian It look a* x..5,51... W..us .r Is..nw.Iw,' d..r.oid
::.i .*.* 4 OUU.atMtlac I !' I'IlEr.1111.; Hulk '
our Hvpublic. l> lk.Tk. c sass a II..Js-.Jugs rree- Mel Pr
thrush; we would not have a* mach g_....... ...... ,I r".I -.r ...... |
11.)>,. feTer ---- -- --------- M.Bwdr Ca, Chl a..*r ".V. IllS I Kvll .J.. Measure, <1)t.< I Q,. II Q,*. II I to !'., <;<4llunlilt ,
Hustled. lash II'. t 1"""At tl. III, e r H Mr., h'D I'..".. h'.t.4...
The Sawannee Democrat is booming AHWAL SALE TEl MfLLMM MXE per Uallon' h
H.....a "n"h" II fM wiJ to 7 atfftU ;
A fellow! wa sent op under the new the' city: of Live Oak with extensive .motrram.. K.|a .> Iii n.> H,.. "In*t'! lui rn.1'w: Hum>
. "rr oty law a few day ago. lie aid write-upi and fine' cut of the public tt.._'. II lira TftI .A Ulftll e Rr.. UI.., Cur. |iun. heat ICY Ike eoi.V
.Y .. .. "''ootl.'I"'o I Mt. a It I (AV e Un t.., 11a14s .
a.n.' working, "only fJdd lira' and private building, If Live Oak |- *H'' Mf. I....," Appt.Iltaadr. MeUa
M.lWh.1rr, 1 7% 1 UJ MI ::
round a little" and, that settled it. doe not advance the, fault cannot be QRINDLaxative ,.._.. tksndr i n I UI 5 ..i f 1 1"r 1..r lail'...tVlot.irt f

He same under the bead of fiddler. laid at the door of The Uernccrat. It Alit. IhaMt 7ftf teJ f hi the, X. ...'UJ. l certainly speaks well. for the city, and .....u......(;1. Ml M 1 ell .....1M, J!
/ Ines.ea flla T* a I.H.MIHT: uii'iH' m. :u. rrl t
7'e Human who were In New- York this i ia no paid puff North far<.'.ha Curl e M : :: Mfftn 1
011 tt. Fruit Syrup M.......... ...... r f. t "I t raialaTr.tlr. .'.Ikwf.. i
stl .Ir.J to the at - .
peace Jubilee Jamali* Rum a w I M 'II'
ht.a.1.M
"', ".month. N. H.. attended divine' People' in different portions. nf the Mwdt.1M *..* ra s 00 5 *..i "' .. ..". tI,.",. .r..ot' s f. a ta/ a MlMI" .... .......
art take Pleasant to take) t.e..u.r: | r
who have been planning: to .. .. .
and prayed for peace. They State, "I..r 14.1i IU> rr> a r% 5w II.- ..tw. |4ntHtoul..
pet '.bJy found the roof hard to in the various exiirto: pretty t'rlw.. i'/1... hr .... cal. Ira .....11.Uft.: yn.
'.a' will compelled to remain at horn, not gripe or nauseate.

a* the railroads have declared all fI' J.U'k 60.f1LLI&, ;.
I Cures stomach and ,liver A1JAliM"MT. HANNE BROS.
.e creditors of Mr*. Caie Chad- the trip... off, on account nf the yellow I Ii troubles and chronic rLA. li'"

'I 4'* *, Ret about seven mill on the fever scare.Orlando I con- _.
e. 'sr The i stipation by restoring the t
a OtI assets will be about f35-: '.a. Mla"..... President M t:. 'r.",.).. a....... .!
trying to
the attorneey and court fee merchant are natural action of the stomach -
W
sr .&tingtotll.3ooon a two million change the mind of the fellow who liver and bowels. Oao. .

a.!, ,I..la.... think it better tn change their trading
IiU t.W' *" ele W; J. N'. .rC'tlea. .'.. IlF iSTw..NATIONAL'A'Bi
place than to pay their .illsThe THE
':'- .
ofT -- - -
-amp people have a bunch ,
MCHAMDWtMtB.
'111 eontrcts that will amount to Peasacola negro are greatly t V.. tali w...__.... -. -
of' I tto'i.aod elated over the "knockout" of the Jim a.5 w..., .___...... wMgeQa.I - OF G..A.IN"lSV'ILLEJ: : : _
dollar the
but
city ,......- M ......- ,
IIItw a'' *'.*.* in valuation by the Crow tr*.tear law, t .w Mara. at w.e.... awfl.era r
oper- .. .
St r. .r l1..r. r.-. .4 .
n sod the street bas will b*> leesMt.d ------ - lase a .....- THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN AL.ACHUA C&i\\
r ...'t'. iii.. ... ..n.t. .
n the paving' i* paid for. Ho_ This1We M pl4a Z
a. r.5
= ..:... .
a, -fc fa*
I offer one hundred dollars r..ard a... .t...ttM eS I*. Capital . . . . . .$60,00000Surplus
't' nerd be ".....in, o.1. w ....-&. . . . . .
of a free reading room t* for any eae of catarrh that eanisot
, a
I,
:
-1 'I. >ai&evile.] Perhaps no one cored by Hall' Catarrh Cur and Undivided Profit . 3O.OOO COD '
Pee.
J.1 the goal such an institution F. J. OMa"KY A Co.. Toledo, O

9r: t1 la snore than a new.| peroai .. \\... the ond.rl aed. have known ... ea........ a ....... ....._. etuS -_..... ..... .. ... .awn fa le. ....
9h r. PATENTS ... ......... ..._... ..._.........._....... .... ......... ...0... ,
> idea cap be obtained of the F J. Cheney for the last |.1 jests. aDd .. ..-f..._...._.. AU...._ M........peonpalr 1
e'zb.r >rf ''fre. In hoA ,rt U in! aUboein
tt* ;'ader* there are believe him perfectly < M.K.TAYLOKI (JrabI t.I .
(
"a 7 Tklnatter i I. worthy of at* .*. traasactioe., aDd finaneialiy -.
S able to carry oat say obligation made

by his finuWholele, -"irises. Iw att. iONwva/t..
.t .r1._ ..s cc. a..a5..o MM rev, I
U.11 Late t a.elal I sits: are tboe W.LDr.O.l.t.sa.A MaavD., wv.a4.a..r+bal ..GAINESVILLE MTTLWa WORKS.

[ IV We N4 Issuing 'b004-. > Drocxi't. Toledo, it, her/ bM pf.efia LwsaJlsry.
the :.. ..=
w
wr. I -.aaeeutgue. "
.
ht IflU"'I2M1I' 0' United Sutra. HaJP Catarrh Care I. taken lateraally. (tan nrte.ssa .p, tier. e>rs.ta.llsa cite.

.. Nn .. w .a Large booded IDea acUaxdlreatiy. opo t.. blood tvs Ml Wtttr, ill ucn. '-et JJI, EaK 44 BUcl Beer, C141T ... .

... aa1 alae llirflsh Rov.ra- ad ....... eirfaawe .< .the s1.s.... .U'JIUDA. ...,
ka.aelar. its T.....r IASe..C f,... ..,..... Tie pet Ooil"UVlLLZ.- ."
deb n 1"
-.... Ult I.2ge foul.. floe .., aU d ... PA SNOW t+
'''-7 thick' ..... ?del ....... JIDM for Ml.' t id. -LZMM t... awe
!
obi..M" kat. -. .-*#. 1"' _,.rq 7iw11p' tl=" ( ..t. ..teo :,'
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{ DAILY SUN:' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 6 1905) -

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.= 8IIJ31fN3B6e: : C aec CEI.C8RATINQ CANAL OPI=NIHO. VALUE EQUITABLES PROPERTY.Two .


eml-Centennial of the Completion of Experts Have Been Appointed by Southern
DR. DieVERE B. MORRIS Ship Canal. President Paul Morton. Railway

Sault Ste Marie Mich.. August 4.Coinmeuioratlon .- New York, August &-Two experts .

DENTIST. . exercises In the government have been appointed by President Paul .I

park here adjoining the ship ,Morton to value every piece of real Effective May 1905.

canal made up the second day's program estate In which the Equitable Life As

1 of the semi-centenalal celebration Kuranee society has an interest says 2 Vestibule Train Cant Ji u. 34 No. 2O North and
11e-t
Ofllo over Marcus lenders. Pbo&e TQ>-3 rinJT. ._ .
Ir. of the opening of the St. Mary'sahlp the Tribune today. lie Is stated to 1., It
Jacksonville. So. 9 Itta 7 55u Lv Jacksonville
Lv Ry
canal which connects Lake Superior have taken this action yesterday when e. ta|
Ly Je. )p . . . So. Ky 11 4Oa 10 40p, LT Jesup. Ga. . . (bp
; A. CARLISLE, with the lower lakes. be received the report of expert ac Lv Savannah . . .So. Ry 120p 12 15* Ar Macou, Ha. Sip
ATTORNEY AT LAW The exercise: took the form of a countants. These reports it 1* said Ar Columbia. . . So. Ry 65p 8 CO* Ar Atlanta.Ga. .. rs
program of addresses the feature ol Indicate the possibility of extensive Charlotte . So. Ry 1O 25p 9 Ma Jomf'.Oa. . 's
And Solicitor Equity which was an address by Vice President over-valuation. The society owns In Ar Greensboro. So. Ry 113a 12 Sip Ar Dalton. Ga Sat
Ar Danville. . _ .St 2 21a 2 lOp
C. W. Fairbanks The park waa this country and abroad real estate : ) Ky Chattanooga/: 'TennAr '

4 _...,Real Estate, Conveyancing and Gen handsomely decorated and the addresses valued at approximately I25.00O.OUO Richmond _ .So. Ry 658a 64lp: Ar Ar CinHnnnti.Lexington, Ky , "Mi

:*nU Practice. All business promptly were made from a stand erected at According to the Tribune It Is thought Lynchburg . .So. Ry 4 34a 4 UOp O
$Mended to. Office next door to Sun Archdeacon Ar Charlottesville' So. Ry 6 IRa 8 lOp Lv Cincinnati, it.Ar I.; -
; '._oe. OAIXKMVILLK, FLOKIDA.TTERD1NAND an advantageous point. possible that this amount will have tobe Ar Wa.hin ton..80.1lJ' 9 5Oa 9 5Op Chicago: III 1 I. : 'a
.
.j I Lord of Sault Ste Marie opened Jhe reduced while the valuation on Ar Baltimore. .P. R. R. 11 3Oa 11 25pr Lv Cincinnati, it 1 .
; exedcisen!! with an (novation. Hon. parcels on which loans are outstanding \ W. Ph'del'ia P. R R. 145p 2 Soa ArChicaeo. Ill ;. '

; BAYER Peter White Marquette. presidentof may have to be reduced by at least Ar New York. . .P. R. R. 4 13p 8 3Oa LyUanclIJuau.u T: /'

'f l'ATTORNEY AT LAW, the couimlnalon, who bad the ceremonies 10 per cent. Ar Chicago.: Ill r '
Ezjress.
No. 34-"New York and Florida <
;S' 'iur..YJLL., FLORIDA. In charge and the most widely This last report to the state Insurance ." Daily Pullman Drawing Room J.." Ciuciuuati. o l' I

d ff known man In the upper peninsula, department gave the value ol Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jackson A r Ietroii Toledo OAr U I. -a;

:1 '* spoke on "The Development of the real estate owned by the society at13G.895.C47. rills I to New, York. ? :Itch! _
sell
"Can: city property, (imf Lv
your CincirimTti.
Lake Superior flcgion. Florida <) I -
and
No. "Wathinsrton
'proved and unimproved), pholph.e.U1IOJdac Of this sum buildings oc )
him Other addresses were made by Con. imited." Daily' Pullman Drawing A rJPutsburg:, 1'a I'r
\ and farming lands. Head copied by the society In New Yor" 5
,.flat of what you offer for sale. 2142m RreB man liurton of Ohio. chairman of Boston St. Inn1e. I> n !\IolneR. Dewver New Room York.Sleeping. Car Jacksonville to Lv Cincinnati,O OAr 1 I.. Plt-
committee of Cleveland I r ..
the river and harbor L .
Memphis and In Paris, France, -- Lv Lexington i Ky .. -
.r', he house of lion. Ro-
reprefc-ntatlve
"W.. *' BAKER. ; Madrid. Spain Vienna. Austria BCT. Through "TheLandortilesky" No. ttOv Ar Louisville Ky ..3yD
'I *\ dolphe Miilux.. solicitor\ general of lln Prussia. Santiago. Chile. City ol -- Ar St. Loni*. Mo '

; ., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the dominion of Canada; Governor Mexico Sydney N. S.V.. Jacksonville Fla. . So. Ry 7 65p Ar Auniston, ...::t..:..
; and Melbourne AlaAr
I.y Savannah, Oa. . . So. Ry 12 15* : b4ti
Fred :\Warner, Michigan.. United ;
t ..:. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . Australia are stated to b. Ar Columbia S. C. . . So. Ky 6 OOa Birmingham. Ala ..\tAr
'KtnteK Senator Burrows'!, and lion W Ar Memphis Tenn .
N. worth .11.573.150: while buildings !I. II Asheville N. C. . . So. Ry 1 SOp nip;
|:f. GAINESVILLE. Alachua Co. FLl. )lain Livingston: president of the carriers' New York city. Jersey City. :Mllforrt Ar Hot Spring. N. Q. .Ho. Ry 2 37p Ar lanase City, MoMemphis I. 4l

'. anHoclatlon. Ar Knoxville, Tenn. . . .So. Ry 6 OOp 'rein ;,
Y.V'f' 'Oran
; N. t t'. Plscatawa. Ba.
Office la Endel Block. \rLouUville. . . . .So. Ry 8 Mil Hot !Spring: ArkNo.
--- yonne and Bergen Point. N. J.. are Ar St. Louis . . . . . .So. Ry 4 56o 18-"' ;
-:1: Another Good Man Gone Wrong. valued at over S5.00OOO.CASTORIA. Ar Cincinnati . . Q.1E: C. R I5a Daily. Solid ,

J. H. ALDERMAN He neglected to take Foley's Kidney day coaches !: S
:DR.. Cum at the first signs of kidney No. 3O--0811y Pullman! Drawingtoom Cans. .. Sprint"J! R
and Buffet Sleeping Car between
:
No. 19-- l
.yr trouble, hoping it would wear away. Jacksonville and Cincinnati. : a
Sleeping: Car ,
DENTIST.Over > 1
t *.
and he victim of Britcht'edisea.
was soon a -- --- - -
For Infant and Children. Birmingham: [ 1 >
.**. There is danger in delay, but Excellent Dining Car Service. and Colorado : ;

'.td' if Foley's Kidney Cure Is taken stance The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
Button A Go's l) Dk. Uaine.vlt'e" ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE
the symptoms will disappear, the kidneys .
are strengthened and you are theSlguature From New, York 'Washington etc.-No. 29, 'Washington and r ,la ,
"
ited. 9OOa. m.
loon sound and well. A. 'R. Ba. of of .
TVt- GORDON B. T180N. From New York Washington etc.-No. "Washington and H r4aEr- |
Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten press" 8:20 p. m.

DENTIST. or twelve times in the night, and hada From Cincinnati. Asheville, f'tc.o. "Washington and K: .ir'it a ',::::1.
; severe backache and pains in the 'The Br*..'...ad.Georse ited," 9OOa. m.
.' !" From Chicago, Cincinnati. Atlanta f'tc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited 9 t W: a.n.
Lidneys, and was cured by Foley's Kid-

V ney Cure. J. 'McCollum A Co. Tea, dear?" J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent: 1UH \Y. Bay St., Jackxouvill.-*.
Office In Miller Law Exobaiure. "Before wo were married
r yon one S. H. HARDWICK P. T. )1.V.. H. TATLOK. G. P. A. BROOKS :MORO\V: V H I1 1,1CI"S'T3E
"
asked me If I enjoyed a braaa band.
y OAINMVIU.S. FLA. WILL VISIT BALTIC SEA. ...
- -
"Y-yea, perhaps I did.

- "You did. And I Bald yea. But It
British Fleet Will Soon Appear In Rust LINErra.I"VV"'EEBL
i r eem I misunderstood you. Oeorge.
THE WEST END alan Waters. My wedding ring Is making a black
; London AI"e forthcoming/ mark "
''I ilt FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS on my finger.
'. visit .of a HrltUh Hoot to the' Baltic "I I Cleveland Leader
JOHN MKNZIKH, I-roi>r1.tor. eva uVpears\: more thau likely to mark

II.nl W. lUj. n..J dU ODvaio. Fla. the ginning of more cordial! relations: Left the TVowH.

between Germany anti treat Hrltata, The bountiful Mme. X. was greatly
Fanst beer bottle and draught. Don't Instead of MM haM been ftiigKestod In distressed n short while since. Her
Sk 'aU to call on me when in Jacksonville
some quarters adding to th. friction husband bad forsaken her leaving behind -

--- .- -- .. '- - now fXlslliiK. The proposed trip was him H note as follows: "Farewell

MAX KRAUSS known to the icrtuaii fort-lien officemonths deer Adelaide.' 1 tAW quitting this
world" Two days later the lamented
ago and HIIKIC HMOIIM that, objectlonH -
%, Representing husband returned to the wife of his
to It were raised by CJeriuanynr
booom In the best of spirit. He bad :: :: : -y S...A.ILINGS:

E. A WElL & co., ::::;;;a *Ernest> unfoiimloil.CcorRe; Irettyinan. secretaryto been t up In a balloon IeTwNJacksonville and Nexv "VorU,

the admiralty, today In reply taqueHtlfiiii.
1"'F'nK. %BhopplnST..
WHOLESALESHOES Calling at CHARLESTON. S. (j.. both ways
said ilcMnrtHy) that no protests ('slieris your mother In. Ethel '
Tha Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service
Or All Deocrlptlon regarding llulnlt of the fleet BXh..l No. ma'am; she's downtoim.Caller .

had been recelvcd.Friendly Hhoppluv Ethel-Oh. no: I Clyde New England and Southern Lines

comment on the pendingrrulso don't think she had time for that. 8tMt

from <:<*rinnii Halt IP t torts cre. Just said she, was going to get somethlngn Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE IM):- TON a.. D
Bole Agents MONARCH and l4OVEltY.IUN nht ueedeil.-Phlladvlphla Tr.ns. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points
ales the belief that It will help aloe! !M
Calling at Charleston both ways.
QUALITY Shoes. Every King: lCil\\ urU'n ilrplr* for good rota SEb4.J-: ""'VVEEKL: "Y S. .ILING: H

Bona iK'tvsrt'ii (U-riiiany and Idea t, Cures Sciatica. Southbound . . . L..wNI' \\ hart tfI',
N7 pair warranted. . . .... . . .... ....From
.! liritaln. and the unnoiinrt>tiifiit of Kmptror Rev W l.. Riley I.. L. D., Cuba. Northbound.. ... .. ... . . . From Foot of Catherine ..t .I"..*.", v .f'

,!. Hinasse, Agent't NVUIIuiu'n support of the canal New" York, writes : "After fifteen days

__. ilucy of 1'itnco Charles of Denmark; of icruciatiug pain from sciatic rhenmatisin -
Clyde St. Johns River Liner
; for the Nor eKlan throne, IH acctptotlMM ]I under various treatments. I

The Florida Mil Indlcntlon! thu the (;ernian ruler was Induced .to try liallard'!_ Snow: Lin .twCett J A.CKOONVILLK Hod HAN'I'OHI'Jh.rm..d.tI
t Stopping at Palatka. Astor 8t Francis Be res ford (DeLand). ana |
proNk| t>M to work in the lIiundlrf'c.- Iment ; the first application giving my
first relief and the senond entire relief landings on St. John. River.
Fruit and Truck Grower tlon The report la reld that Km
I can give it unqualified r f common elation. .
[ I
perorVllliaiu will Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
meet King l::dwarl "
iilc. 6Oc, fl.Ui. Sold by W. M. ,
and during th Itt"'1"'* forthcoming trip Johnson Is appointed to I.nal follows" Leave JACKSONVILLEumdav' "t11
L. .I. 11 H U.I1ldltor: Pi-op'r,
tu I"rlrnhnft, and Thurelays. 33O p. m. Returning, leave SANFOKI! M aJ'
_.. .
--- -- - -- - .
$1 O( .U.A. FLA Wednesdays and Fridays 9:3') a, in.Southbound. iti

flheumatism. LOW RATES .. NClI.DULI-:

0. Tear' . ..... ...... . . .'1.00 Leave3:80i.m. .Jacksonville. . . . . . Irv tl
Hlac" copies, . . . . . . 1U When pain* or irritation exit on any I FOR I 8:45pm . . .Palatka. . . . . . Palatka..s 1 f\\
part of tin body the application of 3.Uam . . . . . . . . .Astor . g .
n.Uar."w !Liniment gives prompt OccasionsVIA :80 Francis. . . . . . . ;a

.-li.-( KV: Sullivan Special : . . . . . . . Beresford (DeLand) . . .
r Sullivan proprietor Arrive 8.:at) am . . . . . Sanford .. . . . . . . C ,
devoted A handsomely especially illustrated' to the interests tnagaiin III,...... HI: K..M". O, T. writer. 10:00am. .. . . . _.. Enterprise .. . "
June a, liar. "I take in recommending 1
the Florida.A fro.I' and vegetable growers o' llallanl's Snow pleasure Liniment SOUTHERN RY JOfR.I.: .rAS.. AND_ _.TICKET OFF ICE. 122 1V._..!BAY :*f.j 0

to all who are atllictiM with rheumatism F. M IRONMONDKR.JR., Aa,.Uen. Prnw. Act.. IM West H., u JSw.U.Cu0t'eLJr <'. '
special trial subscription of six TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST. rreUb Ace.m. C. 1'. UJVHFoot
months will b. sent on receipt of :SO It is the only remedy I have of llnrao.treet. Jk.U:... "'a ,.T>*|
leave Jae'keeutIdlett1Ua.tei's p. m A. c. nAGIRTVO.D Fast's l a.s.Ase.New Yo" CLYDF3/1I P If
.nts.. Stamps taken. found that gives I Immediate relief It THFU: U. 1'4Ut.R.' \\11. IleaC \ '

3.V3.NV ."el" Sold byV :\1. John #14 :: Atlantic City N J? and re> General Manager <;tener) .h:' t..

son. turn On sale daily. Limit October Csraebroutlllal4sr.tAtate.treet.N..Yor.: ,

; AUCHUA couHiy 31. Iftt.
,, Negro Kills Whit Man.
> 54... Bar Harbor. Main, and return. "
Alaehua county is "HMS.4UO" acres in Birmingham' ; .. August: :5.-A. sp Oti sale daily. Limit October Wlz.en: Lc. Need of

area, ha.t* miles railroad. ikU clal to the Nras" from HattlroburgMiss. I. 19.)/Sssa.lo,

miles WNKUII road. M postofWoes, .. ar* that James (f. Sin It h. an Saratoga Sprint N Y. and
K3: public schools, :!? phosphate age'l ",,'hlt. man. In charge of the city return. On sale daily Limit October JOB PRINTING

.a plan;.. :.M aw mill., $;a.*.>O Courthouse convict force. was shot and kilted! this 31. 1ikt5,
the new.papen. and pro + :&7.Mt Washington. It. C.. and re-
doces corn, (cotton rite. sagar morning by'm llorn. one of th. turn. On sale dally. Limit October

oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or- negroes In his cans: The negro Jerked 31, 190ft. __ Sec.dYo' ir Order to
..
nge., pea, hre, prars. plums, jx the guard'. re\oUer out of Its
t, ans. and all kinds of vegetables.Ciinesfille scabbard and ..fOat"t: through TWO"g: Dtiy| we$c. OFFICE

tb. guard's stomach The murderer Leave Jaek..etllle .a.. P. -., .tw ,. w THE SUN JOB I :

the e.cp.sl to the adjacent .,..>.ta. and aposse 416.. Chicago 111.. and return
Seatlll! .
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County of one hundred rltlretxs ar. now On sale daily. Limit October 31, IPoG. U --- -- -- -- -- ; .... ; 'T
Louisville. Ky and return,, f
tn but pursuit.' * ). ()
Has fourteen churches, two public Tickets an sale July 9, 3t). limite: rt ;nto the '... N
schools, the L'ntvrr.ityol; Florida. August 111. I9tri. I Flu LIE aND B t m, aft.' tae bo D n

United ftchool States .land Ihrrr newspapers How to Avoid Appendicitis.Most *16.'" Knoxville, Tenn andrvtarik I II '1 r" a nnmb.'r of
y ottlce, the heal victims of -.ndicitis Ticket on sal. July 15. 11Il'&. I ACCIBENT Df .
a' water tins alarm system, electric I api are I / A b. .0 the .i" )
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Extension
5 and gas lights. two rte" factories, those who are habitually, constipatedOrino limited 15,days.alt.A- by deposit THE OLDEST I ,"'i1'1 Ih .I...'"'!
machine shop, three wad facti Laxative Fruit until Sept tut. N
i syrup cureschronic rr..rat chew not
ri.s. cotton giutwo In.ws factories, IHalrc ('are. Service a U cmrtr. LIE BEST COMJ1HE ,
three railroads two fertiliser constipation by mutatingthe rrvatio aad detailed 'bet n. !nseet 'f spryp
man. Sleeping ear r *
s, ufactaring 001II1"801'D.. flb.-r liver and oowels. Orino Laxative information cheerfully famished ji z tI'1i' alU--: a. a Fa r.r.E

manufactory. oo. rectifyluc torpntln .-\Fruit Syrup dON not nauseate 01. apoM application. ras.n<<*r oOle r-f ttt'i s'r. ...,

plant two banks, and w.Uing grip and U mild and pleasant to take., Ice We Bay 8.r.... TaWphoii 743. ,.,bSa 'ro .o rt 'la. 2M-\ . tSV1I
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'* &oak" stone ..= .Tvrr* KefoM su/jstltot J. W. )McCallotn 3. O. L t\X.z..DIe&riet P..Saaf.rAgs. aaaJbody tJI I ,
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If YOU Have Not a POLICY IN THIS COMPANY, WHY NOT ?


it jjives protection at actual cost Lrftcul m Mi manafIt and prv\' . jvossibility of fraud. I" i is in *ul'IH.'tat m-tunl "U"4t :and mom\v i If'pt it h w

I Its :source and origin, purport': and pnl, i> :\1 ntlal111: Cop.'r.;it \..- Up! '-ono thou-taml jH'rsonn btindtnl tugs't11N1' in 1 INSlMJKoarh; uthor :\T l'1111'

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I'M- a policy In the AL.CIIU.IH.IHOX OF TilE )1-( \\hnli of that tutu tin.'. only l>een Hfteen death": that I .\tllt."", (;:% a" 'benetleiary'' : under Toliey No IH: i:'. I' I'> 11 1,1
Ttl \1 I.IF1A OCI:1'f ION of lieorgaa. ,h"'rnCt' ,'u.t. tIlio1de dit i"ioii. uhich i I.. ful: .i '' ii.i't* of a thnu'and m\'nth rs an "or I/iri l ..ion Thi had only I..ut mv huol>and "tl.ul, T arty ;
L I' i I 'r. Tart Y"IIr..49 on ft $1.0lt) ItOti,.) Frtyrenp average of 3 3-1 deal-) :1 \ .r. Tbe are (fact*. twnyear* The) nii)ne>' \\")* paid me fit :M hour.* pith r 1 I" i it entli. : :r
; ]"lon m'\\> runllin $:H.fOI.J.l1llU.t! ) In4uranc.! ill fUrl'-nnw Let nee. what h.- !10 t' the actual Curt of a thoii..rnd dot I I vet? all women in tieorciu to ill+t.t on their luiob.tiul; t. t\Uo
I venting more than three millions of dollars month.. Only one lars insurance of n m -,,1.. i .if the Clarke county ilivt-ion who a poliv-y in the .Athen. Companv) iMK; i ftlwJ. llMonroe .. '
) thou*ant, iI t i lt.ers allowed in one division !and policy limited h:14 l h e" n ill it for tlu- .!.t-t .r year, and who wa* between the : (la Aimu-t ll.! U+IP3.LOCAL .
) h..1 i"i' Open to men and women Initiation fee pjubleii ape of forty and lift) I'q.. i' His hilt latiou fart w 'i* *5.OO, i
I .-n i'i,>liCHtion i iil made. (1ft death a"e.. "'its I'i i ,'.It'h. *';.:.\. There hll' l en three
i ."a from 1U to 30 Class A . . . . *3 annual due* "1each.; im.tl <'tj: ".!.?5 for four year* 1irur.Inee1! oran mUECTOUY.
(rum :30 to 40 Clai 11?. . . . . . . . . 11.I' a\eraie' of f5: V.::4 tll >'.\rr\ thousand dollar in"iirnHe>* for a
: :\At. al aeo:.-* frm M' to 5O ISlSO. . . . . . . . ", u II I )"t ar. ht'tw"1tilt' :3s.-:: "'..rtyan.t flit). A member who i i. II. K: T.\ .I.tlt. 'President. Veupatlou t'a..hier F.r..t ant Iql!
.U mi'- from 5J( to lit) Class U. . . . . . . . . . . . tJIIII under that aye 1111" pant :i inilar. amount Ii* an old tine or Hank of ltuincville.' ) l-'ln
l'.r'-.. anionnta" are paid only one time. Ono year from the otin-k eompaii)' lit tin- ...,':!. tI.{... would lull f* COt theniem- T U KLI.1S.: SH :>r..rotitry und) Treasurer Oceup 'lI'JI' >'.>oretary 4)
) date I.f tl It,' policy and annually thereafter. l>ert rtI, < I* per arnmi'i 1- t li,>'re any *..I\t..e in paying It4.. I"* for and! Treasurer to the Miineilinen" of iiaini>4vilieIMCKI.M
I T I"mlllIIllIe"artiClafls.\, . . . . ? ';;S the ..am*- tiling that N i .:"i 'Ut f\-J} and just! a" >lf o !L and jut \ It :' :; >N enpation., TaITolUoior of .M.tohmt: '
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T'\.. am' lal dne are Clas It . . . . . . . . 1 ""I It II'* ...-'f1Neat '. ( "iintylU'.M'fl. 4
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T .11 Ijal> tines are l'Iaa's" C . . . . I 2"J ;> 1 .1. F. ( Veiipation.. IValer in C'ommeroial .Kertili/ert,
( J . ,:LI doer are Class I . 1 1511. oic 41, C(.r..iU><( 'ircjicNt 'lei las U Sad IMK. tic r.MittalI : tiaine"ville.I Kla)
1' II HAKKit): Occupation. Manufacturer Naval Store*,
t) nexer a death occurs in a division. t'u'h: IIh'luh'r i ix i.. IItt I of ie..rgta." iaineoville.. . I Kla
1 ,It I "II to play' u path 'rt'nlhnn oC 11.15. \"l'urdlng to the UK I K.. I'Kr.sOOlT) : ) HILLOCK. 0":aine.ville. 1'la.,
, 'ItOrl rtatent@nt. of the COlnpany made tu the! l'oInIatrnllrrI ATIIKN-S U U March: '.';. 11VVMi > li I K. OlMtTIS: I U. :SMI'III.) IIpi --thorn--""
I lwlIl\ry: let. 19ki. the average' C'Ullt! tit the policy huhlt' : I. .Lu..1. I. \u\\ 'x -. r. -try and Treanurer.tlu'ii., l i I H It. IIOPSON.:' talnellle.. KlaOLIVKU
t ;j Irgin httt year to carry a .I.ollu policy wa. .:'t.ttI' I""-:lr :-''ir'r: maUi i n Careful tot>' of the 1 I'lilli of "The ) : M )KITt'll.) )1,'rChnnt Alaclum. KlaV .
a II ,I..11cti'Iari.'s during the year I1r'll.ltI' .Ii45.1.wt. :Mutual Life Iiulu-t 1.- ,,-iatioit of li" rjrii: ,,." I havt taken 4
-. :11 l 1.1I1.'UuC business! written in May( 11* ftM out a poliey in it null I"t i 1. ,', r it the m<...l eomplete olution of
r.ite last :3 1-1O l.m' ) poliej holder life insurance I h1)I: r ., .11. -
< irtttury: year per HUI AEMI1" OFFICfUA.IION .
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jar ,n3: 3.10 per LOIN) policy holders 1 have iti4iiranc< .0.,41-1114! and a ne ment tmpanie andI
I hae dt-fidi that I Iii.' Mutual. Life" Kife anil the
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EXPERIENCE OF A POLICY-HOLDER IN THE CLARKE "aimtiim- lo\\rr 1111'..1 :1: l :m any of them JOHN .1. l Ai\VIN.. ()KSI.HI: : M 1vtieI11 t \t11t"1". UuH
1'II I r.. lees truly. I IIO\Vii( : euitit.
COUNTY DIVISION. U.-i'4-i\ .-d tlin>ucli! :Mr I ,\ UOIII, $'...-tr111r> lttut'fh'n+1aI II IlilfSilV.: *
_ 4 ilivi.ion was organized four jt-arx ac j in tll"1 I I errs fL(" '. from I 1'I1t :\1..t'u\llif.) < of tor,.:iH. Home Otlii-e, hl:. J t1 WKUJIIT. :Nrn1: 1 1'1 .lultrv's. I"i1 t


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VOUUSIA 1 nrvAF. IIAKKI:k:. :\ \ SAT and t'i-r.\iiUA! OIPNTIKS: z'


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grrgatinnal; Methoditt Church will beheld : City Marshal Actasalated.' ,

EWS FROM ALL at Lung Hrtuich church.., live im!**. i n.tM ) (;>. .\11"11-1 !5. -Mike, A.|...n Gainesville & Gulf Railway CompanyTHE

north of Whit* Sprinti". Hamilton wall:. city m' ih .' WItS M.
PARTS OF FLORIDA county commencing; "rid "J. August hy A J. ('h, nut ttu'.tinit war
Ihth II pursued h)' :.. art> ,J iltlrtii who left FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTEOF a

thrlr place of '..n.ne: .m to prevent
I The Jacksonville ntithontieM nremaking i
ritf Happenings From Various hi* e.cap"- lie fired, twlrton hi' FLORIDA.
it very 1I1I1,1"IUllllt for the taps
l tir. Sections of State. in that city The comity authoritif* aide with a nfl.. ball II.! war : Tim. Table 'In effect. Juiy O. tBOO.r .
will al.o lake\ action in the mitter and .
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NE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS try lu. clear the county of thir prtence. -.- "
to thl..." <'/n. t-'nut hiiil a utrrrl Dally No. t. I'ffJ. S. No. I. No.I: !ii ji I,
n",p '* >K:; m "The Land of Flowers." II M I ISallf ntine. an engineer on the fight: thin afternoon with( l..ikt. \Vtit-tli i 1 ifzo't Dally D.lly. PITA rIINt4. 11.117. I Dati. "f

ThIIE> : Boiled: Down" to Suit the S. A H I'I Uailroad. committed .tiicideat mho had hwnteil him. Oty M.ircha" :!, lund.y'! i w
I Alton near Mayo on Wednesday hytaking pinw.ttl Intt-rf- <-.! and the nhoot -
8.1"' Header-Items; of Interest to I II.- wa :Ho of [ ,
tnort'hine. year .
I Inn followed. 1 "
AI, Clas.aIa II and leave an agfd father) and 1 r." A 111w, 1 M i: I." A ill I A r. I. M AI A &I AI PII t.
I age -- I 7 4b I . . . . ...........,..'8.14. . . .. . ....... . 810 ,.
q a( oIt ralrt. "| .u( <) to fit np atiiifer mother Killed b) Policeman 1 M I . . . . .. . . . .J''ln._...... . . ....... . ., 800 ,f'It
,e 1.. 4 I"ark.x Leo O..I'or..t. inventor of the (It- nirhnioml. '''a.. MI TII: .I n.At Houft 'JlJ . . . . . . Duniarv.t . . . ... . . . .. a .. '
h'oresi "lrnl ur wirrr.) + t.lrtrsphy lluafntl t Halifax Utili'.' hut\ M" . . . . . . . ..40ulbaI4.. . . . . . . . 'ttO
I "."t' hipped j..II< tK I .y IoUrnian .In..rl. 1-ar'er shot "IIChl'l' I M I" i . . . .......... HloklDaD . ......... ... . .1 11,111M
rut ,. tYlIt. 1"'lue. i.i at tll. IVnvacoIa navy yard m pet- II' I . ...... .........IAk..IIIIOa&u.. .. . . ..... .J "to '
'. I loft tin- plant. there lie went there to tally wounded IIr"'Y t-:::art, Jr.. ..son. oi h :ifJ i t . . . . .. MieannP7 . . . . ... . . . 6Jft: 7
u" ; .h of I'ythia at I'alatka; ascertain the trundle with thf h.eal (ojonl Henry K ,< y of <;.... rnor'i M iii I f . . . . . .. .Tabo0a.. . ...........r. 'It hoii
-il' a building and will tit and why uninterrupted communication tart The hew.' .nr: follow**.! an al 4" . . . . . . . KIaawQOd . . .. .... . 610 }
a : alo- ,f II' ..llr! hall.|| system l maintainedbetween terratlon Ttii* 'oIl".t" 1'nPI'IIII'.1 the lot'WJ/' I I.. . . .. ... . . . OI1'a" . . .. . . .... . 10"UM ,
s ra k. hah eo'jld not >e breast and Kualer 'li ..l In few hour . . .. .. . . Wacsabtwtla,. . . . .. . . . t86sa T
a 11' .. atxxit :2.WM: dt K:", j jn lVn.a(rola and Key 11'r.t.Th a. 16 . . . . .. . hooky Pnln' . . . . . I 440Y

tae r .- d,..,.."tl\ .-.. the -ur""."'. Jury 'I --- - 'I'Ar,, . J .L.I..... .. .10
S 1" : ... ..fth.l.el".Udna.I'1.1.f' Public I* Aroused II auLv. II 151.. "If) .l I I. . . .I. "/III . . f p'y. J )lit IIIAr 800 '

s t.s K and the irrand Jury of Hade countyhave lh.. public l I. arnu.d to a )knowledgeof JIM 4.t "l'a.1' . . . . H.II.uay. . . .. . "M Y se S.
t crpcnler in Jackion. all failed in clue. or apprrhrn.ion t 12 I.) IS Aft 7.6 . . .-..._. Cyril . .. . . M44, 54h ,l M ,
1 j >rjtry| and more nirnrk t.f the a...a*.ii>* .,r C" t: lavland the e'srstlve nt''ri' ref that great 11J 7')3 i 11:1: I _."... . .(1'.11.. . .. . .1.$32 P7:7; 18C I,.
'w "v ry day.Mlatfd daughter two month. ago; (tear Miami ; medicinal tout' I. {...! rM Hitter fur 1244h 7 Ita .\, 7 2M .I. . .......peoll ('try . .1 M. IIa: VII, 110
I .i\1r.i clomaeb. liver and ";.1....y., Mary . "N' 10 t.I) : . 1'.I.'k.. U, H. a 1M, I', (I) a......
over the fart'tt The murderer. will now it i I. thought. : . . . .... . <
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II. Walter of Allot t'lair| AviCt > . . . ... ... \..
I H,n have two morn j never 1 IM* found llowrvt-r the grand I . . . .. tit h 4J .IAk. City. U. H. It'. 71I4 p 1.3 .......!..
'' ' ng into that city.a Jury ..IL....! the county eommi..iun. -r. IumM,', 1)? write. )Io.), .vergtmonth. . . . S 114 P; ..".T..Iah.... t4. A..lh. . .4,. P .. . .. ... .
. for appropriation to enable the cr. I wa wiser npt<, dl- I had . . . 1I.1ft Ills, a. .....V........, 4i l. ". a" 44j r! to ... ..
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.r .... new mail carnwotid investigationThe fever and ague, mi n..r*>.-..w.>r>* wr. .>ekJ . . ...... 1. M a': 4 :n ,,' Maooa. O. H. L M . II 3'JIS\ 40 .....y.. ,
t to Marianna, and I r1e*r to euotinothe i I coald! nut .1!> "!'. arid rny .ioma<*hwa 7 all a 1 U ]t. _.....AU.ra'. (' fir fla, 1 Ml a Y till r..... ,
r,* for carrying Savannah >rw." of 1har.da* Ar P M AI AMA, VII\ /." A P .
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I I fit weak. fr- 'n u..l.l drwturs' \ .t.Talne
r.eon.1 : "Mr. Kll: ."t>*lh K.ar of Lake. I I
I..J. drug, that I cowl not eat. Ho o.n after -
.. 5 1'rrpiog TOln" who land. Kla.. wa *ue!...ful I ,...U-rlay ginnlac' : t<, take. Y.lee trie' Hitter.. I 5 a anoS 4 d.a act rue lHa twesn ( I.Ine.vill, sn4 Y.Irfi.ld" s

t. 1 >'T two men with .hot. I for the third time in grtting/ a big, t.btalned ,..II..f.,1, In a .l.ort time 1 I I.. r.. ItAICKI'n H..J Mn -rint.nd.nl.

i. S r./rtj{* *ga. If. was eap- Judgment against the Atlantic lout wa .ntlr.ly ur1 riraiilod at i J. Y. t11t.1.. A.-n', J 11 WATKIN". a.ae,., Olt....

I > Line Kailway.. for the death of hr I.u.- all drug *tor... t<. <... fftrAccident ,I ... .. ..-. s

.1 e -5 Tt'tiftl,t' l*.)Utka drpo i i.uf now 1h..4.com band hour and The a jury.half attar foonJ twiiiK in her out favur tan -H: .oU* In Death.Chlrawn !I ------- i

1- '*m. will soon r*.- run to for tI1.II' The soil bas t.n toed. Aucvu Kdwln r IkanJ I rI MedIemt at.f lb. ... '
*It twitfv before. r..iilting the tlr.t itm" in .
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president the .I
s verdict for ..5.....) an J lh. _>n P.tts" .n. of 1'.neao1a ate for |MCured/ %'." h arleg his name d suddenly at bit :I MfdicalTb CoII.g.of ii-iil.
t.t.bli.h a militarywhich r.el"I'1a 1a.t! 51tR' .. th.ria nIl
v r Hay Fever and Summer Cold. an aretdeat.<< Mr I..r.'lfS was a ",. AUCJUSTA.
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I' ells i is liable to I
A J Nnchbaotn. ltat vtle' Jn1an .f the Employers A"+*x-l.iu*ft 4111'1".
sat the.. Sereatl.Yoort Seuloa for 1905-6 B |JBi October 2 1903.
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_a .... a, ..rite. Lat yrar f suffered for low |eamat r pie J I. was ,

.. roil.tgrieultur. WeI.in thrr.> month with a uiuaxrr oold *o year old I, Your y.srsenrtrse s/s nweiht ....h J4tsrldard. ..q"a'."....,..
.. I.11 f. to the aheriff of di.tre..ing that It Interfered with CIlsiesls.tv.ntawe. ..n. ie.lu.l with Ployelrn/efooatd.or (..,elf of
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krln 'b. o. rtllis.,... ioe.& f had many of the symp.. I. ofteau. d I"f w,_. ntiter. andtaae.rw ;, Inforiuation apply to Ur J *l Hull t4.or-ta>ry. |,

is -flaw sillipttoodid Draa of hay fever rem and a my doctor"ease *and prr.no4 1to tbat eat a. .y *vot .aiat, WmH UR jAeMAl'MMt'BK run,'. ........

.dell of flat FUwa )fih "
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craal 1 School at Tall** .seer.! m.delee. wbi n ..r.rndto ? says
v r" have (*...>..1 UCNU..'. Arnlrai Halve for I
ltti pie offer of slaps> suray.t. me as.. Yorts. .
4. crag '* j'ol atc.f.. ..... sad raivrere, II" if..
4'n"1tof Aa.l
a Crt.U*- ate) I.sMIe4 up. lg l'
o.dltlo. that' 1b7 H Tht aad I&.r d tD., lily taws ..& .. <
I +altsr: lea wll. a-.5 4 r.My'. 8.w' s.t1iNM ./ .... .... a... toil. .... '...
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Dress your feet with the finest aho*s, Col. I. 1:.. W bterN f the Dutton i.

WS OF CITY ANDI I void' by Marcus Endel. Phosphate Company has returned': I 4

Fine! carriage and buggy: ; paintingand from business trip to points In the' i Semelhlng New In Life Insurance. !
!Vest Kuti |
CODHTYCOMDEHSEDTS trimming O. C. Pedriok'n.

T. J. River of Alachua was a business Robert: Dixi.ii, formerly: with Cr\w-l: | :I An 'Ideal Policy ! '

visitor to this city yesterday.Parry ford & Darns. t liverymen but now con- '

of General Interest Oath- nested with" tl,. stable of L. B. l')\"
t+ M. Culnon: has returned from abusiness All Premium. Payments Returneellll! !
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red by Our Reporters.SONAL ) trip to points in West Florida.If . Alachua. wam+ the city yeterdayMrs lI'l

II. t: I ,ester and daughter
:you are going away get a trunk
AND SOCIAL ITEMS suit cat or handbag at Marcus ":n- ille, of
ef's. His are beat. after spending a month very |,letntly The Union Gtntral LifeInsurance

at 6th. home! of Mr. ant Mr! .
Happened and What Is Doing Get your Job printing at The Sun job
Hal \1'. )(. Bart ley
.Told In Short Paragraphs office and you can vote for your f..orite *
-HPP in the library contest. \\.ut..d-l'.nt'rRe-tic man in each
Runs May Raad'N Company
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That county to I art advertise and dita.
do signs
Monroe Venable ..nd.1.. Jones of
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In The Sun. . tribute sample! salary $18 weekly. $3
Kanapaha were among those who cameo
ttbett. hoes at Mareos Endel' Gainesville. on business yesterday.We per> day: for r>i>ines ; honesty and *o- Write a Policy wbJrh, lUll,...* the applicant daring the pr"<.liirtlve. st

sale at The Bon iriety. more essential than experience period of hU life. and then. If desired, returns to hint on'
Oldnew.papers for sell to the belt dreer. becausewe National Co. TJO. Chestnut St Philalelphia. surrender .f the Policy, all that lie taa paid.
Met. tf sell tailor-made clothing at the I'a ,

dies'callingcards In latest styles prices you pay for inferior goods.: Mar-
1 T. B. Mrn>Kf<*llow of Jacksonville

Son -office"rir class) baggy painting done at cus Lo.t-Red Endel. silk crochet puree containing was route in home the city from yesterday.Alaohna, He where wa en he I ::r:.. I.0- S T :a ..A... TIC> =

.C. Fed rick's. a five-dollar bill and St. Jo-eph. baa been on business for the pact f wd..I. *1OOO. Age 35 Yearn. ,.\lanu.II..o&luna far *0 Year. iFtlt: ,, '

'n. Clapp -hoea are highest in qual- Return to J. N. Strobhar and receive . Mr. Mnngfellow I is interested' Total, *4\V..20. ,

Endel. reward 2&. In the new ice plant at Alachua and :
Mareus
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OPTIONS ATiU:: OF TWKNTY: YEARS
Flewellen has returned from a This Is to give notice that O F. Gardner states that the |.laut is in fine working r ,
1.B. Cash Or Life Or
.id.t1I' I'olOr Pald-Up Policy Hub-
line Jacksonville.TTJ is not now in my: employ and I order now
** trip to Surrender Annuity, icy for St.tXX jcl to Medical Kxami-
one of my hand-made, buggies :. will not be responsible for his work. J. J'. Haynian. the exteneice naval $697 '0 W70O aud |13t.OS Cash ration l,32l) OO.Taidtip. .

j-oarante-d. C. O. Pedriek. G. A. Perrett. dSt stores Operator of Lochloota, wa Loan ami Ksteuded insurance Values ar. the same a.

W, Ferguson of Waldo waa a bus!- H. M. Sherhuuse of Miean.;)py. a r nc- among the bii'ines* visitor to this city for Tvrfnty-Year Life' Policy. 'l+

cessfnl lumber and crate manufacturer yesterday, and made The Sun an agreeable +
,-ititor to this city yeaterday.M.
of that town was a business vis and profitable call Mr Hay-

M. Holt of Jonesville waa amongvisitors Itor to this city yesterday.R. . man i* also a member of the firm' oflayman Far further call
addrefta.J.
to this city yeterday.Boa It&rtl'uln on, or .
McCurdy, pole inspector for the [ A; Hn general mer"halltl"hl 1\-
and lot for sale in South Southern Belt Telephone and Telegraph [ }ntt Grove .
M. PATTISON .iI'
W. B. HIGDON.K
Apply' Sun 'D.Um. Company, has returned from an J. Malphurn.., the grocer, i I. in receipt : II .

C.J, Grace of Micanopy was a busl official trip to Grove Park. of a brand new Fay>Shole typewriter ;
.. t'1tIslltir: < >KK\I. AHEM, ,
i tisitor to this city yesterday.Fejliaee Second-hand Remington, Harlock, of which he is naturally\ proud

: << shirts that sell for 5O cents Smith Premier Rem-She, Caligraphand The machine, which wa purchased Cincinnati Ohio I i:'' Gainesville, Florida.
dollar values at Marcus Endel's. Fay-Sholea typewriters for sale. from' The Sun i I. a No. 6 model and' one

A. Her-ule of Montleello was reg- For particulars call on or address this of the handsomest in the city Several

House Fay-Sholes nmchines have been placed -
red at the Brown yesterday. office

Willum heady Hartley. I. in Orlando "'.. have a quantity of old type In this city within the. past two week" *. ..Wheeler A Wilson sewing machine !

Ht.ne; hi* cousin Hay.ward Lester.. metal for tale, which makes the Best Remember the Gainesville. .\ Gulf for twUat. H barKainpp1y at WILSON'S.

George: heck the Rocky. Point Babbitt's Metal for babbitting machinery. has round trip rate to Wliitf :Springs thus UOll.... I

tker, was trading I in the city yesisy Call early at The Sun office. on Sundays at only $l. 'I!'ram leave A little forethought may save yon no ,

If you contemplate a trip to California GaineavillM at 0.3U. in., returninc, at end of trouble Anyone who makt it
9:3Op.m..nd affording' a whole day a rule to keep Chamberlain', Colic,
will du well to consult The
Summer suits are still going at low- you
Son about .. at this favorite resort Cli,apor than Cholera and Diarrhoea liemody, at
transportation
tpncet for the best made at Marcus e.ua."e
ticket San hiring a buggy and passengers; are enabled hand know. thi to b"* a fact. For' ale
.idfl'tLJi you money on a to
Francisco or Los Angeles to spend a Jay on the bank of by all druggict. Our Big Yahoos
*.,get your visiting card at The ;
the famous old :r-uwant-e river tf.
Among the vitltum to Gainesville
I odic' and vote for your favorite in H. K. Lester of Orlando spent Sunday
relatives in Giinestille.He Friends in this city will regret ti yesterday: was Prof. U'. N, !Miat.the
l library contest. : among In all
learn of the death of1 ArthurWhite .
his rt. newly.elrrtej principal the (lainville .
recently resigned position with
Th* well dressed man wears a How- of Norfolk, Va. which occurredat
High School. Prof. Sheat camefor
I bit trd the Clapp .hoe. They are the Christie-Groover Drug Co., Jack her home Deceased the
Tuesday. wa purPuse urenting a home for DRY GOODS
ikl Marcus Endel. sonvilleto go iu a large wholesale busi
by about twenty-eicht of and I is his
pen for himself in Tampa. jears age family and succeeded in securing
Little :Mitt KlloJte Douglass has gone survived by a husband and little daughter 1\ nice place on Wet. Main street N. 5

A'ichua for a brief visit to her Elder; Phillip Dowling. the Adventist Blanche. They: visited Mr and Mrs. He expects to bring his family within Keeps Us Busy.

rut, Miss Ethel; Rogers. Christian ,divine, arrived in the city "'. J. D.nbr in this city for two winter the next thirty days after ..hioh'l.

II,., J McKeeverof'! Jacksonville is yesterday: and will fill the pulpit of * and made many friends who will will again make hi. permanent home
the Advent Christian" Church .
tpday.While
lung her slaughter Mrs. Henry extend sympathy to the bereaved one. here.
here Mr. Dowling will be the r
fnll) She will remain for time. ._ .
some - ljulte a party expect to leave thlt
guest of Col. and Mrs. J. M. Rivers.You'll AsstrfmtHfs .f!
Lidir who ffft their calling cards city today sailing on the Clyde: Lin Big ,
be delighted with the "Blue
rci-dat The Sun office 25 for BOt4 steamship Arapahoe tomorrow for New
.harr H...- votes'in the library Ribbon flavor Ask any lady that has NEW YORKRACKET. York. Among thee are' II. M, (:hiu,. Embroidtrits LaHtand
used Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla
ntett, 8. H. Benjamin of Mleaitpy, )Ir. and ,
and the will tell that
I Ch,. r>in.lnf: extracts you they Mr I *. J t:. Kutch, Cta... I'lnkoton and ,
Fairbanksuperln "
are the .b..t ever made Ask :tourroe.r I I all Wash
il-Di if the Alachua A. M. 1)1"I"on.1...**r*. rinkoton ."dUICILIQn
Cypress: Corny for Blue! Ritilxm lemon and
l expect to be abtent *i>rne time,
rairhank
wa transacting buti- :
vanilla. Take let*. Flavors perfectly. Qaoals.
in this city yesterday. and will Include In their Itinerary lluf

[ Burt' W M. Ward, a carriage and buggy fain Niagara Falls and points In Can

I.ir..etort: is going like pop- painter of Havannah. ha accepted aposition ada. )lr, I'lnkoson will visit frl.nd.ln -- ..

i t.II. It. county fair. Get one with C. C. IVdrick. the buggy i - .Patterson, N. ..I.I. .
ore thy are all gone. A complete and manufacturer. Ir.rd. .
wagon
.. J. llurkhlm ha* returned from
cht+Mdia Hook stores. is one" of the beat artists In tl.o South : CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH '
Nnw York where h. went to purohat Mrs. R. Will
i If j-iii 'i?rr Jub printing to do bring in his line, and Mr. Pedrick is to becongratulated his line of fall and winter elothing and _

'i Thim: f.fticn. For every dollar's upon securing his 1.1''- : gents' furnishings. He selected on. --.- - . ... -- -. ;; ",
th if work you get you have ten viers. I \
of the finest and mot complete lines
I T. F.
Ji 1\ th. Mbrary contest. I.. W. nham. principal of the Union ...., brought to this ... "in. and will THOMASUMDERTARIN
I S <" \\"n Meredith: one of the Grove umtuer school near Trenton v
display the goods.1 the proper Urn*.
Tl I..j i : 'n1.1",... of Phillips Jk Me- arrived in the city yesterday and STRAW HATSWe Kn route horn :Mr llurkhlm stop

b/I>, Kniif'cturer* of lumber, wa will spend the day with his father and ov.r at Asheville and H..n..non. N, (Of:

>lass,.. -Mtor, tolhu brother here. Prof l It..nham i I. making
city yesterday. > O.. which( |i" r-|-orl. a* being delightful

I The \v r T U. win hold Its* r..g.f a great success of this school which is at this season, The t.mp-'alu,.

:*'' m >/lIt..1y" meeting at the reading one of the leading summer chuut In was so low that he wa eumplI.d to LINE
FULL OF
> M' ,mdsy afternoon at 4 eclockP the county are. still making war on !HTItA WHATS. sleep under two blankets for comfort *

:* rn-mh-r: are .requested Co 1 be Ifty-two copies of Hurti Directory NEWGOODS.AK i''

V 'ItLek ft of (iaiQevlle_ | were told within ten We havent many left, but they TRACK WAS WASHED; AWAY. -. :
___ 'J.l'
[ ,""1-he results from a IOr- hour after the book wa presented to '\
o.lltiml of the stomach /oct I.It Is the public. Only a limited numberleft. must be sold for Thai Reason the QalnetvllU' and nt* lor... !

:'I "r....1 t.r Chamberlain's! JHtom* .<> get one while you have the opportunity Gulf Train Did Not CI..... Monumt'tits. 'l'nlulH4toue.-. ;:

sad' '''rT''LI"t.. For sal f' rail A mot valuable agent of Fur th. r.aoo that several hundred and I Iron K.'HC'.-"$. -,.t:

rll'h general local information May b+ fet of lr..k wore washed away by the 5c. Our SMgI'I'er..aal .
.
,. the vacation found at Avera's or Vidal'. rains of : ,
month and .1 heavy Friday night and tutu ..
> felt i i. incomplete without - ---- -- - -. ..- -- . Pretty Lin of day th. regular pa......, train' oa the - ,
,f.. th'* dray low *hoes f&r I! Galaetvillv and full was unable to alt..,..*j U all .......1it;q''

r- and children. L. C Smith. READ THIS. make th. trip to Hampton City last this II... Mall cad t..letrraa4| .... >..

'I l .. >.r Bed Lounges and .. ,....ptl, .tle.4r4 ... ;j
square. 1 DOTH**. At., Jttv 13. l9Dr night h ne there wa n't e .0n .llnn \(

., 11.d Locke of i .\la hoa. 1':. W. Hall.M, Loul. Mu.-D.ar 0.,1", Ualnesvlll by this road,, The I ",,...

I, .e... hkh:1' : music un<|er dlreeciki Sir : We have been soiling your TiatWonder. Couches.... Iraak will b* la eoodllion today, howvr (Juinf"villu. Floridai'j';

11rs, .\ Oreeo Pprker.. left Hall's Great Discovery. for when the regular traffl. will be .. _
I I ''I'' hi. home, where he will two years and recommend it to a"yoo. Just receive from factory and priers resumedSir.fOUNTS, ssw..a.e.r. "

t,'morrow. fI suffering with kidney& trouble a. b t..C rlht

c I'-wtort and Jfamily tI are.reel the best remedy w* .v.r old. .. Your. THE OSNTIHiHTAL 4:
...
:. fI (hin.UI.J Thle ie the truly I J B < c.- C.1rl.aEWl'.ura..I1'

'f C F Dawson//. the veter-
t A TEXAS WONDER.
f
r"ently toes ed herIt Big Lsre.ofFURNITURE
harp ,
a tn.y will befell pleated On small bottU of th. Tea a* Woe --.--- I

S f '.. hnme I d.,, flail'* Oral Dieeovery. sores all All the (.1141tltnlurelM url4J

: ,.r,. tA. el re ra kidaey and bladder' rookie. '.m ove* the choico of the n"w OI1I"$ '

tai v Mr the R lino'' -,...1. ear** dlabe...... ...,. ..*) .m..- of every dritton a4 prU. *. UH 1Motuetl.
,
''many Jacks j ns, ..ak.ad Uua baste rh.utnv ,
the l ' i and all irr'BTuUnii of ta. kJd*
adgorten Ask th) *
to
n .riff of HM, in, ILK they
r frog Doll bladder la both mesi a a4
d
ws k. ati; s i.voce to a to >rlrfertilia bo. ,...ula.... bladder troe bJ.e ImIS cannot be (LI$1 lityl! to utl-

71. t ,t itt .r>''to not old by year drac.rt-'tf vantage in u Cant

pie -.aU oa ,-...p. srf II.to ---

,' to ao 1 l T ten two ........... .......
I. Ae its as fail to (.srfaal.Halt. < Fina Fadeless F3tograisInw y ti.M :'s
see rla of 110s. b efin Brothers
4 of R. .sit ( t b F ,(rl s$.0e...$ eta H ._
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