Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00682
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 9, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00682
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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getting the most! reliable labor avail board their respective' vessels. The J
| able. fog which hang heavily over the Lon PRESIDENT VISITED

r Eight Hundred Men at Work. Island sound yesterday and whlcn "

NOW HAVE CHARGE Eight hundred men started In todayon POSTPONEMENTPeace made necessary the stop at this poet BY
the general cleaning movement and was dispelled by the" sun th1a-morGo- SECRETARY SHAW;

this force will be largely added tomorrow Ing and the conditions were Ideal for
m Il i and on Wednesday there Sato continuing the voyage to Portsmouth.

la Being ,Raised to Push | be a general; suspension of business !- Envoys Were Delayed a They Confer About Marrerjj of

l for cleaning purpposes. Vigorous CAKT. EVAN p. HOWELL DEAD.
lit.i, Work of Sanitation. Day At Newport R. L Vital
sanitary and preventative measure L """""" Importance.
are under way in the old-Infected -- Well Known Georgian and Prominent

>Us FIGHT WILL BE MADE region and fire engines and steam M. WITTE PAYS BOSTON A VISIT Newspaper Man Passes Away. DISCUSS 'TE: FEVER: SITu" OSurgeon
disinfecting plants are being used In I Atlanta August 8.-Caotaln Evan P.
Orleans Officials Turn the Sit- a ruthless raid against the mosquito. There Wo Great Disappointment at Howell died Sunday zTiernoon at 12:22: General .
Wyman .
; ReceTelegram .
lion The fact that there o'clock at his residence InVest End. es a
Over to the Government was slight fall Portsmouth Over the Delay of the from ...
r In the number of new canes, no Increase Captain Howell was for years Managing Surgeon W te Wtoo
Vth Officer Who Believe They .
In the number of deaths and a Vessels Bearing Peace editor of The AtlantJfOonstltuIon. Has Charge of the Marine Has! ?;:>tai

Whip Yellow Jack. marked dlmunltlon In the number of era-City In Holiday Attire. lie was connected with that Corpa In New Orleans.
new foci within the preceding 24 paper with the late Jlenry Grady. He
.. Orleans la- 8. Up to
bourn, has had a marked effect on theBIlrit.8 Portsmouth N. H.. August 8.Therewas wag mayor of Atlanta 19031904. He Oyster Bay I... I.. Awls ,
Uexlay there had been four new
of the great disappointment In this city bad served several terms In the tJeorla
iland three deaths from Yellow community. and confidence tary Shaw came to Oyvt> r "i '
is growing that with the repressive over the delay In the :arrival of the ; legislature. He was: a gallant Confederate to see the president ah.>'r .

measures now being Instituted Russian' and Japanese peace envoys. soldier. personal to the lreald.! :.' ..
Orleans August 8.-Though there Is little probability of a serious Although notice was promptly given The end canto calmly and peaceful

it.Official l orders ordering him to epidemic. The records of preceding yesterday by Hear Admiral Meade.; of ly. The sleep Into which he sank late self.While here he embrace" '

charge. Dr. White U preparto epidemics Justify that expectation the Portsmouth navy yard upon learning Saturday afternoon was unbroken to unity to take uj the thi.... ,

'. ; take control of the fever ultu- -- that the United State warship the end. Occasionally it appearedthat hat. pre p,..dlntc In the .
'during: the day. Karly today be City Suffering Financially. bearing the r'lrpSE'nt'1ollye' of Japan be would regain consciousness. tartment. Ills visit he ..

'.d the state board of health and New York. August According to and Huasla has ooen'{Jt'layed by fog and he would speak a few words, onlyto no public HlRiilncanco UI': .:.
quently the city board of health Brigadier General Arsene Perrllllatt.chleff at Newport the news of the postpone fall asleep again. The secretary remained \\ "
;stalked over with President Kohn- ment of the function had not reached During the late his .
j of ordnance of Louisiana. It will morning breath. !dent about an hour l h./i! .'
-Ad Mr. Souchoti the details of the l lk be five day before New Orleans will many of the citizens of Portsmouth" Ing became more and more subdued Sagamore illll In time t > ,

k under the federal supervision. ]face a crisis In the yellow fever sit and Its environs. Consequently this and at noon members; of his family t2W: train for New York Ho
; Whlte will have the city board ,uation. General Perrlallat arrived section of New Hampshire is astir realized that the end was only a few t return directly to Wa

-.1loalth continue to receive the re- j here from the south I last night. early and by 8 o'clock every electric minutes; away. His death at 12:22 Secretary Shaw sate *li

of new cases and deaths under "New Orleans III suffering more line from tho country was bringing o'clock wad scarcely ,perceptible. Without oral: government ha vlns: .1--i
"direction;: until a staff has been from commercial anxiety," said he, many sightseers. When the fact of u struggle and rlthout a movement trot
tiled by the marine ipltul sor- "but residents feel that the health or the postponement became generally life passed from him. A moment Orleans, no efforts s' c;
r Dr. White noil lied Sherlrt tar. detain. and the various con mil tees. known many expressions of dlsapxitntment. life lapsed before It was realized that left unmade to stamp out .
.J Of Jefferson parish that he would aided by the federal authorities will but later the crowd decided he was dead. Ic! lie had had nevrril'

e Jefferson parish In Now Or. colic with the fever. (In the meantime to have a holiday anyway. I Ills funeral will take place Tuesday with Surgeon (Jeneralr i

: for the purposes of his work bulntHi In that section I of the state The iMiatponementH of the functions I morning at 100'clo'k. at the residence. public health and murin I .

Jefferson parish lies partly on I. still at a standslll. necessitated orders to the state troops I The Internment will be Westvlew vice! whoje bureau Is tin I :

:opposite. bank of tbe river andy "Unfair iMscrimlniitlon Is being who were to arrive here from all parts cemetery ton of the treasury dej> I' .

above New Orleans on the city mad against iinlua: by other of the state, Captain Howell Is survived by his The secretary will KO r. ",
>v sad Is In (constant communication states, und her commercial Interests GuvernortcI..an.a was up at day- wife. Mrs. Julia t:. Howell and seven Va.. tomorrow to delhtr <

:Hen Orleans.ro are suffering In consequence. light dictating telegraphic orders to hlldrc-n-Hon. Clark llowell. Jr.. lion. the oponing of the !ill-I.] '

have been a number of deaths The city Is oppoA>d to the parishesand he state troops to remain away sntll: Albert Howell. Jr.. Mr, Itobert L. convention. The t>road'''- '
'-ill of the sickness IM traceable to the parishes ore arrayed against tomorrow. Information! was alo dispatched Foreman Mrs Ida Cramer Miss Ro- keeping !In close touch wi'1,

Orleaca. Another death occur- each other with the 'shotgun quaran to the congressional dcTc a alle Howell. Mrs Byron Dower; and I lever situation today ren,. \
In Jefferson today. It was of an tint*.' The nrnqulto which carries Ion of the state the -members: of which Evan P.; Howell Jr. Ills brothers ara lowing:: telegram; horn tiro .'
who had gone from New Or- the dlacaat breeds In clean stagnant had been Invited to is irtlcpate.! I>nr. Colonel Albert Howell Sr.. Charles A. 'ym:1n:

a to the Well plantation water. New York I I. .afe)"( am !mre.Hy InK the forenoon Governor Mcl Two:' deaths occurred early today In this time New Orleans is protected. ( a telegram from Third Assist- sisters arc biro Nathan Lyon and of the citlri-ns' comp

.; Emergency hospital. Moth were "The exo.iud from New Orleans Is ant Secretary; Pierce at Newport statetog Mrs Park \\"oudwarl.Prlcele. Orleans have received. .1-.1niln -

gut In yesterday's list of 28 a little more than usual at thin time of that on account of fog last night neceosny to pay +
boly' six of the names were other the Y"31''hll"' commercial Interests he Mayflower and Dolphin, and the .. Collection of Antiques labor and. materiall!' llav.

J,ltaltaaa.j1 Hie paralysed< now. I think that the (ralveston.; their (convoy would not ar. San Kranclaco. August 8.-The K*. f'onVbltr to take chart:'

:, ; situation. will clear within two ueelc. rive until Tuesday morning/ and the amlner says that Thomas Welton Stanford ly and hnvo ordered a I In-: .
Government* In Full Charge. \\(' will stamp out thee III&.4ense," proposed reception\ should be post Melbourne: brother of the late force Of ci>miiils>>lor>ed
kw Orleans. August R.-With 170.- ;>on.tl 24 hour without any change In Senator Stanford has offered: to donate have had "IJt."ial j expTl.''
Immediately' In bund renultlngllradstreet Released ho program already arranged A demlc work.
from Quarantine to H ran ford University an almost The i.trvl' '
& assessment on the lulJlI". Ala.. August S.-The steamer : formal trollco was thereupon Issued to priceless collection of antiques whichhe Its ponslbllltl s. bur
ina of New Orleans, no difficult C'nlumhllwhich wan sent front Fort hat. effect. says were collected for him from work with feeling of ronfi '

ever stand In the way of the Im Morgan to Ship: .Island some Iii) a In F: yptlan tomb bj' the Astral body
tate Inauguration of federal t'uilltulhe with fever among the crew retorted' Minister Wltte In ,Boston.IIoHton. of blacksmith
a mystic who took bu :>
\ fever altuutlon. Dr. "wiiltettt. to Mobile yesterday after spending the August <*.-:M. \\'Htt'"th.> : 20 MccondH for the round trip from TWO PCOPLE ARE DROW'n
t the total tUI.IU'bllcfnr 'ra.II"I'. I required detention at the governr.ien Senior Russian plenipotentiary to the ; K
ypt to Australia The name o f T S
at 'I. ot) to '%,000 par day or fron steitlun. peace conference at Portsmouth ....ho.1t.1t the In Sight of Steam Launch v
J.OOO to '4O.OOO for four month. The vase) wan In charge of the the cruiser!! Mayflower at Newpnresteiday t C.blacksmith medium or mahatmis To Bottom of R v-:
Halley and It I* said that
some Portland. Ore.. .\U u.f +
lob would carry the campaign into mote Captain .h'r? jrbery and MX! of they > ass ntlll at his apartment s of the leading .
scientists of the worlbelieve !
ember by which time fro+t run crew Ii.ivlng been left at Hhlp Inland, at the Motel Tuuralne. in this city, a want of presence!: of m
In hle
pected. Thero l 1tl".r..rus....,! Two of the men are down with ma early tinlay. work a* ('ommunf'rIth one of time occupant '
the Inhah. .nf8 of the astral! world which will!
had collided
liable enough money to gu forward t facial fever( and the captain and five M. Wltte tlM not leave! hi* room until .
.''tll the federal plans at high pros others ure arlpdly convalescing/ o f nearly a 5 o'clock. During breakfast and his ability to perform eemln,g i two of the three ixcupuitxiat .'
miracle!*. Dr. '
Jordan however hamade drownei within a !
for a month or .lx works. and yellow fever When the steamer lefty the dlMtfngul hed Kusslan and h'.
before that time it Is assured h Ship Inland all the patients at that I t\'I.It.-. :Mr \\'Jlf>nkln. decided t o It clear that this collection the the launch. The dronSteffenon. .

&)or hrman and Chairman Ja'- (lIUt.ot.-.... tin the road to recoverySituation take an automobile ride about th list of which, Includes many article a ; and his !th,:
of great value as antiquities will notbo used: !::'. The launch II'boat
>T. of the cltlsens' committee, thee city and orders were accordingly glv
total of a quarter of million asked I en for a car to he placed at the die accepted, baaing his objection ot were traveling ro' :: -
7 lb. government will b<* In hand In Mississippi. pnaal I of the Kti'ftlans. After brenkfanMr. the openly avowed method of It tcoleotlnc. In front of the city after -
Jack on. :Mimi, .-\,, ,u..t 8.ThE nee launch hit the smaller
: .
compl.telC ". crowns the work Wllcnktn stated as the delay t o
r..t:,,> of th' tale ttoard of he'all h __ M .,'
r tbe marine hospital bureau U I Uisltte the squadron bearing the other plenpotentiarl carried no light.: One m
that the fever will be rowetely state to.lltb.at the report of a ran t "M would defer! their reachIng Narrow Escape from Death. third nccuimnt of the bo.i
under control by th. 15th of ut jellow (titer at SlUer Crevk. Iiwrener IV>rtmouth. probably until Tue New York August 8.-Paul Morton. Therkf Isen.,Ld .lulCa..1: I >I.- '
County la 1 wholly!! without fount president of the The others of the dm.xcitcd I,
Equitable Life
tiMuhcr; >> without requiring the .-x day morning Mr Wttte had d.-'ld..1 Aunr-
dints of the. maximum figure: which ation Ko new' otnt"|>> of Infect n to seize the opportunity offered by ftdfty' anew Society, and Mrs. Morton had ft ,' that they ai' .'

i asked from the city to stamp out the ar' rei"rtt-d from any point' of ttstate t potpon" <'In"nt flf the conferenceto narrow escape from serious Injur y drift away without atten!!

see se.tAultuat. but 11""raUftnl'oI arE' being rigid *e.' more of the historic points I In when their automobile ran Into a n cue The two left In

1 hat always been regardedone I ly BiHlntatneURigid 1 ton and Cambridge.: He was pa r. Eighth: avvnu car at Twentyfourtstrwt. had been frenxh-d with" f-

of the worst month. In an eplmte l> tlcularly anxious :Mr. Wllenkln ald. Mr. and Mrs. Morton wr

and the comparatively ainall i t Quarantine. at Memphis.rempbU. to visit Harvard university and Hunker on their way across town with !'., struggling; helplely f'<*

ether of f.ttal'tlei! thus far this > Teen.. \'C\I.t S.-The rl HIM monument and al 'o. If possible. t friends, whom they had met at th n ments they drowned In i-
th In romjxirUon with other year rid quarantine dtcUrd un by tb Ct. Magnolia\ the north shore resortwhere nnylvanla railroad depot wlteo. I n the. then betple I. pe:

Rear .Ih.. tn.alu.n\.nt t.> the at city council SaVtirkny! Uht, war pIn ." Ilanm Itn...". the Russian amh attempting to avoid a southbound card Iaua 1r.
Thies operation! at n.. Rvery ."t! .' were placed colleague of truck the car a glancing blow Th..
r'tjr wanted by the fedll M'KHU the city, M. Wltte. an peace plnlpotentlary Pf'tu"n Convicts to F. '
bureau l. *- .uiri1 .\ keiiiale' pupower -, and Inspector are on sissy train Ncont ban beat staytn A tentative conductor was thrown from the pta -
w't: .... Kuu the marina nan enter the city without a p.T plan ban bee. made thereto form and slightly hurt, and t?' anti- tn Tbklo.... August sk9rltn 4.-TH". s
[Hospital Burin >ti>" ',. .rid: them In thHrl I mil from >b. Mempht k"ard of brat rb providing for tbe auto tour of iv s- mobile was temporarily dUable'd. bu under rouvtci.il conslderatlna.. U4& : T
eeleallea l work l>\\hlte liar made t ta ton'a t\imUrldr this after s n and not further damage was done
ably N' taken the I.
Union Farmer
examination f'r t1( initBietpai law s. Hold MeMlng.Columbus. tar a trip to )cnola! after luncheon,
oludlC the uu,-.i r''.. .nriltnanr and Oa., Au>%i.t 8 |tvtwr returning to I to' *ion !la time to take. Mute Child Burns to Death and will there b* traD"
RtMsiao flulb rtU... I
declares they arc >rr', imt for ht s, &O tt and 1.0*O farn> f* of Mn..r<>ic.-e an evening train fur "nrt_n.onth Atlanta.uru t 8 -With br trottlof b- arranrem the Russia:
Dtarpoals., Cbalrna\l. .t.'rttr.'f: the' llnrrt and tfhattahoochee. rountt'" which l Ibut two hour rule hr oft fl" aDd th. nxnrl
++4int' war oo IDs UlanJ.Inc 1n.Ae)+
. rumtulltee- s. : 1rt hl4 fore*'I held a meeting; Katurtlay at r"at IUxxurdrr picas fn m tal city aba'" .-,! into her face, \ a'U. transported to Jams
:w tae' dUtx>.al of nr 1t "p.. and -III the auspices of the ."rt. MCM-K - ;. ?
i .i ai the 1 froVett l ua1t.r '
abur+e the trnertl' fv 1 "'t".r th I local<< of the Farmer h)lutrtluna.ea It Yachts Leave Newport Harbor! Isaac: Silv ,rmao. of M? rtNtnaa' I .
dlr.-tloft of Dr' \\'blt.. lui.n.:. Oo-ouer. .tlve> I'nkoo oC Ajuersad. I latte AmeNean COft
r Of thtlteaa NVwp >rt. It I.. Atn\it Tt"yacbi att-nuv' a a>Mt nn her fTvat po.Ja Pb ft + es.
'lire drparment ale to bootn....... ar:\11. t dress.. "err uiad byV.. f:. I *rrj. tvilphta and MayOow.r Mh day evmlax at twilight! noaliWto i New York. August 4

*ble la flushing and otli,.r .-1".nl; :I of (hll\hll... .. orraclser fitthe their r<*nvoy. b.arlac the nu"+*ui.n,! out for Kelp Den aesrr &h* was a rnnte rry. '! Artier.caa *rir&ll9cgarated CUBe'
'''work that titav IM demanded I.' x icon lion T II Kimbrouch. o* H.*. Jap..ne.+e cotntalsaluo.n: to PTJC* Her uoviv 4lrowrr<4 a.+c sad took her twutaJ'Itb .

ipolltlcs Is to rut no flrurv woar f v 'r lei!I rnxiaiv aril professor It K j* *t mouth, .Allr l flora IM harbor *r trot a. uo to M* anas. aa4 alp net e*.B to the ,....'..rat. say* a If., r .
tie ttuatloa, and the Roverntnrut i., this MHinty A hJB IrorrlA. haa -* with the exceptloa of, Mr tt.l e can for th. fism.*. Ttta! fac muA from Rio d.. Jaatorotk y
ye tall sautb.wtty'1. bJre eel ... w *. a. rve'et r>rra. <. In .bG kR far '
dl r thin IftMrfoM
. \\"f by peel.l trabt beads trek taully h....... The -! O SRtat I ftrrwjdrafs cabinet caa a rtrl
..', ...... tt plee' KfU : ., t .. are Irccornta; -I":kH\1.- rap.I last aldlllt. thb. esa'tlti itTl. of .the had Ia1We/ isle,. Me tttlltd ter 1* ...... 1taeDt llalvrl.a.eteaa J t

;b.- U . > . .. .l1t1, .,. ': ':,rdj+'WI'' "II J.-: tttece'y' 1a>I ae'lllllt' --.II. .... .....t. Prow{,
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Lodge Will be Instituted In ThIs City Disappointed *-Cemetery

.OF CITY FATHERS Within Next Two Weeks Being Cleaned- Other Notes.

A lodge of the Benevolent Protective. Windsor Aug. T.-The rains In this
Order of Elk* is now nn assured thing section have been very' heavy during -DEALERS IN____ "

rJtoetsment on Several Pieces ofOBSTRUCTIONS as the charter ha, be**
Jf? Property Was Reduced.. L,k.* City Lodge: hb.-.-ii accepted J. Keckham and C. R. Bpivey Sea IsleLIl..d OottOJl.

sad f .'Whrlr-d tj list :\ui'rrtae Lodge made a brief visit to Gainesville Wed .

TILL REMOVE for-aJ'J.'ruva1. I nesday.< Sea Island Citron" Seed, Bagging and
1 District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler : The picot which was to be held hereSaturday .. \\
Leather in Lj
13orbridge of Jacksonville has writtenL. Strips or Sides.
Aodv on account of
,P..d.a. Resolution Directing I' rain ;
C. Lynch that [
stating a dl.p..n-I but the weather clearing up in the aft
;Chan ht Chairman of, Street Committee i lion had been granted for the institution I "rnoon a dance WB given that evening Manufacturers: of the Jams I)oitImprove*!
Certain Streets In Accordance of Gainesville Lodge No. 99O. ands I in the h.lI.{ which was quite largely Sea Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for h
'WK'. Ordinance-Other Business. soon as he receives the necessary attended. s't!:
papers and instructions from the grand R. H. FLORIDA .
,fte. City Council in Montgomery, who has been InS ; ..
met regular A
secretary, the date will be set for ID..tltatlon. ,. Petersburg for the past few months,
'bJ"'IOJ\ODd.| evening, there
has returned home.

;,,prevent and odjr Clerk*.,O'Neill Aldermen Dell.Taylor Benson and Gosh Witt- ei This will aspirants be encouraging who have news been to work.theghty Miss Anole here,Adams returned who to was her visitingrelatives home ABSTRACT A & REALTY COMPM

Ing with an effort to establish a lodge at Central Sunday.
the absence of President Hroome.Itroan -v
here and who have been waiting little The Providence
cemetery Is being
Ousbman was elected chair X1oox-poratec11
impatiently for action. They are under enlarged and cleaned
a:pro tenr. obligations to their broth- up. Contributions E. E. VOYLE
$1Re.minulee: of the previous' meeting propectlve for this purpose will be received MGR
ers of Lake City Lodge for their favor b\n. Cora Beckham Abstracts of Title and fall information furnished
'. *.,:read and approved after which able recommendation. The supreme all parties interested.Miss treasurer from 8Oan',. Oar manager baa lived in this county regarding thirty land; a toy.
tf..ulfJd years
.14.r'm'D' down moved to business.Taylor laws of the Elks provide that when a Clara Thomas, who is attending is thoroughly conversant with land titles ant

that an as* new lodge Is to be instituted the lodge the Normal was visiting; her parents
gaaaLuent be levied
'- upon the gas as a whole Is to be voted upon for acceptance Sunday -- -
.it"of: ";;,\MA/ and the electric light IE. E V 0 -IE
by the nearest lodge to thecity G. A. Byles, our hustling
it; of merchant .
$10,000, which was carried
where the new lodge is sought 'to was transacting business In Gainesville FIRE ACCIDENT. BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE
boat opposition.tlpon be institoted. In this instance the 10'tell Friday seating a number of prominent American and English k.pn.
motion of Alderman Hodges to the Elk lodge at Lake City.' REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS. oomi sales
Mrs Eva
Spl.e who Is
.i ...Hale...m.n' on the property of blrs..E. Mr. Lynch states that the lodge will postofflce in the absence, of keeping the regular the Ga.I.Q.es-v-t.LLe:: :: = a FloridaSEABOARD

was reduced to$8QO.is certainly I be Instituted 'within the next postmistress Is giving entire a.'idac&Ion.
) Joseph lot, owned by J. P. Bauk* two weeks and a delegation from the -

It. was raised on the assessment Jacksonville lodge "IIII-rob.bl, confer Monroe Ormond of Tampa was visit :: ::
from f2. OO to 93,600. Alderman the work. InK his son, F. Ormond last week.F. .

Ttttatoek thought It a little too steepmade Tillman and family of Prairie
a motion that It be again re. Public is Aroused. City were visiting relatives here Saturday -

ed to Its original assessed value The public is aroused to a knowledge and Sundae Air Line Railway

!(I. motion did not meet the approval of the curative merits of that great
the Baby is Cutting Teeth
'.',,a majority of the council being medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for Be sure and use that old and well-

ted favorably upon by only two sick stomach, liver and kidneys. Mary tried remedy Mrs. Wfnslow's Soothing . . FOR. . .
embers, hence was lost. Alderman H. Walters of 648 St. Clair Ave Columbus Syrup for children teething. It

If Ibr then substituted a motion that n? writes: "For several soothes the child softens the gums

assessment be reduced to 93,000, months I was given up to die. I had allays all pain cares wind colio and is Savannah Columbia Camden
I the beat remedy for diarrhoea. Twen Southern
lien was carried. fever and ague my nerves were wreck ty-five. cents a bottle. ,

Alderman O'Neill moved that the ed ; I could not sleep and my stomach .. _. --- _.
iment upon certain property ofEra. was so weak from useless doctor -

( E. A. Olapp be reduced to ",000. I drugs, that I could not eat. Soon after IF I YOU LOVE YOUR Pines Raleigh, Richmond Washington -

toh was carried. beginning to take Klectrio Bitters, I

lerman Taylor remedied this defltiey was entirely cured. Guaranteed i Baltimore Philadelphia i I -
all drug stores ; price Oo. ,
by making a motion to the effectIt

.8M'80 be. transferred from thee Kill Eleven Thousand Birds. HER

and costs fund to the various fund Wilmington. N. tee, August 8.-The 'By compelling her to bake the family New York.
(followsi To the officer. fund. 9115; citizens of Wrlghtavllle round and Dr. bread during the hot summer months
'tpeelal' light fund 111+9 to
; sanitary
13d Ilarnes Buy Bread
of Tarboro who la spending your from
ind.f: 81.30.yjTha'maiter.
the tftimmer there, were arraigned
:; of purchase of the streetVOllef before Juntloes the Peace George ...Keystone Bakery... Three
was brought fur Daily.
up dispositionmotion tinsels and C. "', "' ,
(ltthruok. Satnr It's
_4 a by Alderman Hodgesiprevailed a saving of time, work and money
day afternoon,
on a charge" of viola
1' Fre"h 11 read Delivered
authorizing the president to Ing the Knine lawn. of the Mtate Dally
I'..*.1gTJ contract with the Hprlngfte'd Roe d wholesale shooting of field martins by To Pies nil pan and every of the other city.production Also Cakes of Seaboard Express.

Roller Company on the part of the' which hurt literally taken ;possessionof the modern, up-to-date

Otty.. the grove In front of Captain John bake shop.

i-,,', The question uf continuing the sanitary If. Ilunby'a Ocean View hotel and cottage It. T. 1C11,11'FIt: Proprietor Keystone

work was' discussed The alder* property at that streetThe'' Indiriment U..rJ. Phoue 16 r. Seaboard Mail.

in believed this advivab'e.: and upon was brought by Count, .
"ii. lotion of Alderman Taylor it was or name Warden Freen .tn and each of -- -

fired that the work be' continued byItlng the defendants Miilimlttcd and were I 1-- -

Marshal Warren Mr the next flmd $5= and, costTti fines w'r8.aft.rwnrdA I

'thirty days..Alderman. remitted at the suggestion Miss N. Norton. I

O'Neill who i I. also chief of the game warden who (confers MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTOnly

got the fire department, dated that the that the martin had collected In such i iI
.two hose wagons of the departmentIn unusually large: numbers as to do age to tlu grove and make themt.el-e. I
'were I
need of
overhauling and Li
retlpalntlng. nuisance i ... brary...
I a In front of the hotel
; and upon motion uf Alder- property
Jtnan; Wlttslock fhe Chief was author4ted It !Is estimated. that over 11,QoG ; -;;:: I Line Operating
,,' to have this work done. bird wrrt killed In one day. Onlj the Late+ Popular Fictions

:? There was some complaint about tl eMTfences I : Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Means( ;
Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold. I
houses and other obstructions : Sl'F.etAI SU &:\UK TKUMS.: lOol
IV.on certain streets, caused by 1'rn. A J. Nuthbaum} Itatesville. { ind i- lr week; U..ln"hr..e chaourn tluru : For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent '*a, uJ Of
> );'croaohm, .nt upon public ('ropert y'which aim, write uLan year I suffered forthree tRtl the week. ilou" ..t nut ... kept write A. O. MAcDONELL. S. O. BOYL-STON *:
-v I out tear ODe week without r.n twtor. Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger A.'
resulted In the passage of th N. mouths with a summer cold soditre I .
-- ---- ---
-\ ,following resolution .siiiK that it interfered with my JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

"iMeolved bu.iiir... I had of the -- ." '--- .
\'f That the chairman of many sym i --''' - -- --

J the street committee hi and la hereby. torn of hay fever and a doctor's preeription THE SUN : Take The

S.. 'Instructed and directed to remove, or did not reach my ras" *>. and I Atlantic Coast Line

: ause to be removed, the followingnaroaohments took several medicines which seemed JOB PRINTING
'. or obstructions from tn only aggravate' my ('"... Fortunately ; FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS

0:1 the following streets, as provided | in.i.trHl upon having Foley DEPARTMENT :

1, by"ordinances 1 The feneea of said and city,building to-wit orBother Tar wife Money with has and since the Tar same u and.ed.u"t'.it'ul.cured....,.'.."llttney J.me.W. MoCo and My I Makes a Specialty of All Kinds North Depus Via'a.nte E'a"l.ob t :Ewe Via:: Sou th st..m.al.P.O.Vt. W es t ;::.4.'+Mror

: encroachments' or obstructions, Hum A Co.Boycott. of Plain and Fancy Use '
;on I.at.lter street on the south side
thereof from its intersection with on at Vot.noma.Yokohama. Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

ihKaat Main to ,its intersection with Anjru.l 8-Th* ChIIH'e. CommercialJob Time Table in effect April le. IMS.

_Y West Main street, hew hv *Krv.il not to deal in Am" Depart For GAINESVILLE, Arr+t+ tr.8t10 .
uods.. -- --
; "That the not to hip goods osAmerican any -
chairman of said street
pm High
Spnogt and
|\vootnpeteut committee.<< surveyor l... empowered to establish to employ street a rifle Mall uteanier ships to, rtux China elaJIy, to the puotsb Pa- Printing IAn, : mediate Points .,..,

'::11... alng aid street, if said (chair I any Chinaman dealing !In American . .For . 12z1 paa Ocala Le..bura and Tamps aDd
raan deem tt tie('esary goods; not to deal with American Daily ; Intermedla Polo. 's' .
.. There being no further business the banks and Insurance C'omp&nJf'tI. The Business Men
L\sjouneil took a recess until Tuesday Chinese convicted of contravening DOpm Palsika .1aek.oDYiUe. ,} 's
\aJcb. ,. whets a nMml er ot urdinancea an agreement will be heavily fined Daily North Ent and Weet a' r
rTt... preseated fur IMMIOU and few
Q. Mher matter were di-iH>.ed of a llcnry 11. Miller an American consul. Professional Men 12\)0 p aa I' High priDCS.'aJcl'OM.. Bnvaanah Bruaselok ::
Is !ID..tlcaUnl' the matter ADd keeping Daily AlbanJ'"laa'a aU s' I8J6
Poln' North. East W..
$$) Two Men Kllltd In Mine. a close{ -..tC'bft the publication Manufactories Etc - -'-------. - -------
:r. Cumberland.Vo : aa J.
Auxu *.-Twc P ,
"" lists were killed two were' severely t. A Touching Story Legal Blanks on Short Notice. ) telly Koela.U.. lieaDup and Oars ',. f
and el Is the saving front death of the l I
\ fared mere hurt in *u Accident baby - -- -- .--
.;.. .t a mine ot the Union l* .USe OneJeottpaAy. girl of lieu A. .:,I.r. Cambvrlaod. The> following letter from one uf oar 1 : I --- - -- -

.t A run of sort fell t >Ulf* wri*.t: "At she age of It mall order customers is HU"ZpI.aN. Daily t Ulab Springs

ft.f: tie root crnaMnt the Nan to romonth.I ., our little girl wa in declininghe turf a ez ,-. tor Ci i sat
PL .... .)th with serious throat Loalsville. K,.. Feb. 37. 39t"e.6. .... .
trouble, Il,, II... NcCtear' -- :;; -==- - -- ---:;;::;..;;., =.;;;. ---- ..r
t '!;.-- -- .. and two physicians gave her up W* (ial-v4vTlU. }b. b&.ere.bala..aba. Mileage Tiek.... irou4 over \JXQ e-Uee of a=>'11. 't";. r
.i'. : were almo in d"'ralr.h..n .-> r*. Dear flirt Keve the printing elpal railways in the Soothern Htate. are on _1. by the prtae[J.. st :-....
,,1 RE FOR solved to try l>r King's New Discovery matter In dQ.ctm and will ay taat Through: Pullman el..ep r Port Tampa to New- York. viajJ' .' I 1
.. ., "it Is perfectly eatUfaetory. I like theenvelopee Line; also via "".au. Coast L4oe and boathe Railway.
for d.
consumption.roach and col) For eon ple.. IDlonaaUoD..aU.
i p/E/ .111EiwE All E1SF fAILS The that bottle eo lftMh. Many' thanks for
: relief after
gave taking .
; ill.
jour prompt atteta&1oa la flllinc order. J. A. s
Ticket Qi
Jf.st 0.+aSnwxi. 'T-....e G u four bottles she Af9L.
wa eureU. and i. Toara ,1 -
'" ,. Add....,
,.0s.Ieti' ... ';al'bp. .av 1.. now In ". 10.." [ if
Perfect & Never fails Mau-af.. "
"--v p" -. '\0.,l. .,'''' .. relieveart. toAs O. l3ocarltevwore FRANK O. BOYXSTOX. Dia. ?ass.. Art.. W. D. 8TJLA1Hilt. re. Tea
cure a otMtchtweoltl. ;
1811 W.-Ba7 '...-A**"* lid. ..... ,
allvlr > '
.... ora| lOa' ;.8't4 ': + I L .' >g1 ItiTraf.4lr 1i7' ,..... l ia+ .,'
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Votes Cast Against Stated That -DEALERS IX-
Three Stockholder in G. S.

only Bonding Tuesday. TIM;::..Clu.Cod CoMo.Liver 011!.!KmuUlon>...*.. Br"ftxr..cliHU.lkase.ee"La Grip.foe I & F. Is in the Deal. Y Whiskies, Wines ;

Sere Threat.. IA-c.. Catarrh: Pn.*inM>.U. 1'lr1ND h '
A TREMENDOUS VICTORY :...*!.p.... and all Pulmonary Diseases AUDrettlsu 'OWNS ONE-THIRD OF G. & G. +CE and Liquors i
WAS ,two slaw.SOc and '1.

Hundred and Slxty-Threa Piled TRIAL BOTTLE FREE: BY MAIL It is Believed' That Construction South P\\ Noa. 517.519
Two I to all Ma41a Favor of Borrowing S O.QOO ward Wit i| Begin at Early Day and Will
for the Purpose of Encouraging Education Not be Completed Until Gulf OutletIs ,

-Gainesville People Jubilant. Reached at Tampa. 1YHISh'EY ,

Ga5niiUe has won another treat The 'C"'q'\ Morning Tribune Toes- SQN Cap; ,

victory in Doting for bond for educa Seaboard Air Line Railway Will Sell day wired The dun its follows." FLORIDA. $

Tickets to Mountain and Seashore. "The Tribune has reliable" information
tional the fact that a part Washington is Also Included in the that'! N. Tiller of Ocala a part Agents for Pabsf Milwaukee Beer

of the lime a blinding rainstorm pre- Cheap Rate-Double Daily Service. ner of \ V. Stocky, is interested in per bbl. lOiios. lilt per do*. tit.'b
tailed and almost the entire day wa The S.aboardIr Line Railway an. i the t.eorgt Southern: and Florida I k Blue IMbbon. per bbl. 1O do. $13 ; per dos. f l.fiO '

inclement the people showed their ins flounces exceptionally low excursionrates I Ua Urn Ail. and also owns one-third of
"rfls by turning out fairly well with for the annual excursion to the i the *toc* of the Gainesville" and Gulf." Jung'sKxport.Cincinnati Red Heart Beer.We .

the result that the victory was a pointedone mountain of Carolina the seashore' of! This n,\ .:.J tend to strengthen the Per bbl. 10 iloa. f 9; per dos, |1. I<

and tended to show how the voters Virginia and to "Washington D. C.. : rumor and the general belief which

Hood on the question of bonding for Wednesday August 16th. has been current upon the" streets of pay freight or express: : charges "L"
education The round-trip rate from Jacksonville -I tiainevi: that the new owners of the the
There were two hundred and seven- to Lincolnton. Marion and Huthjfordton GainrtviUt; and Gulf propose to extendthe on following liquors: '

IJ.uen"ote.. cast and of this number 8. O, is $13 with corresponding road ithward without delay', LEWIS 1866 '
only three were cast against the rates to other western North with rami at the proposed southern Away Above Everything in

bonds Two hundred and six'ythreewr Carolina resorts. TnVrl! htnille terminal' ivy this extension the road tho Whisky lIno- : ?

cut for bonds, three against Beach the Seaboard will also sell would teat only traverse' the richest 4 full quarts . . . .5 00 ..s

bond. and eleven, all In favor of round-trip tickets at rate of $12. and mot fertile, section of Florida, but 12 full quarts 12 75

bond', were thrown out owing to improper To the Virginia coast resorts Ocean would pa- through mauy' prosperousand BLUM'S
10 Years
marking the cross having been View, Old Point Comfort and Virginia gro:
made on the wrong side. Beach rate will be ;5.60 for the Florida affording a new and much 4 full quarts 4 lit f) 1

The people of Gainesville are jubilant round-trip. The rate, to Old Point nearer and more convenient outlet for 12 full quarts 12 00 ,

over this victory, as well as they Comfort will" apply via Portsmouth or the public tu the West. As the roads EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
might brb for it may be termed unanimous via Hichtnond. now run there is only' one gateway: out
lletthMl 1 In load '
Underiovernutent .
The Seaboard has also arranged to of Florida from many of these points, StipervUlea. !
The election provides for $50OOO: ell tickets from Jacksonville to Wash and that i* Jacksonville. The completion a 4 full quarts, del 4 00

bond. the funds to be used for educa- ington.; H C., and return on August of the Gainesville and Gulf to 0; full quarts r 50 1

tional purposes.RESOLUTIONS. 18th at rate of %22.00.11 tickets sold Tampa wo jld lessen the distance, between 12 full quarts 1O 75

for this excursion will b<* good on j Tampa and :Macon nearly a hundred

OF CONDOLENCEOn train scheduled to leave Jacksonvilleat mile* which would meauasaving BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7

9:05 a. m., and 7:&) p. m., with final of from three to four hours between 1S6t Years Old
the Death of General Robert Bullock :
limit the point, to say nothing of the' convenience
returning to August Slst. 19<::5. !l ,
of Ocala. The Seaboard is the shortest and The road will also traversea " 4 full quarts a 20
At a meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter most direct line from Jacksonville to tiny timber section, and would offer a "" t; full quarts 4 50
No. 2!)"!, United Daughters of the Washington. They double manufacturer of lumber and naval
operate 12 full J- 00
quarts .
Confederacy, the following preamble dally through ..service the train being store a new" and prosperous field which

sod resolutions on the death of General equipped with thoroughfare day heretofore has remained undevelopedfor SHERIDAN CLUB:

Robert Bullock of Ocala, were coaches and Pullman buffvtt drawingroom lack of transportation facilities.The .
unanimously adopted : sleepers purchaser of the road are recognized 4 full quarts) 2 75

"''Whereas, It has pleased the Divine The aboard ha issued some very a. being among the leadingand 6 full quarts 4' 00

Ruler of the universe to place Ills attractive advertising in the interest most conservative' business men in 1 2 full quarts 8 00

bind on one of the noblest of men a of this excursion: the t tate and that they will make III
breve and gallant officer Gen. Robert marked improvement, In the service at
We are dealers in in the
Ba'lock! and place him alongside the Another Good Man Gone Wrong. once there m no doubt. It is learned everything

eht.en ones on high ; therefore.be it He neglected to take "'0IP1" Kidney that the track already in operationwill Liquor line Whiskies, Gins, ,.

Revolted That in the passing from Cure at the first signs of kidney b.. strengthened heavier iron will Rum and Wines from

this earth to his home on high, the trouble, hoping it would wear away take the ;.la,*t, of that now In use, l.fio to d l oo per gal.
of Florida the Confederate heavier loeumotivca and more modern
people and he was soon a victim of Bright.s;
Veteran and the United Daughters of discos.There is danger in delay but pa.,enger coaches will I... placed In

the Confederacy have lost an able if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at once commission, and in all the change will -' . .-.--

jade j brave soldierand devoted friend. the symptoms will disappear, the kill* tie a revelation

Kviolved. That we fraternize withth. neya are strengthened and you are The ntftaers ur the company under THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. IBC.KSTAIIIJMIIKtl '
family and friends thus bereft,and soon sound and well. A. H lla.* of the new organlrttloii: are 8. F. 1'arrutt .
au-jr.. them our tenderest sympathy- in Ind. had to tenor of the Georgia: l"4otJtt."rn'orid.' .. !IIUOCt. '
get: up _,_ __ \. _
Char hour of bereavement. twelve times in the night, and had president ; A. I S' rituckey of Ocala The ijuvstlun
'letolved That a copy of these resa'.n a severe backache and pains in the first vice.prt.sidfttt : IIV.. Blunt of Ilender reliablo services of every sort aNi'ig IhVjIne of ,
Land Titles In the
of Title the Htate of Florida, partlaularly._
: ins t t.e spread on the minutes of kidneys, and wa. cured by ."01..,'. Kidney 4)t"ala. second ticr.pr.sident ; F. M.imoeton Alaohoa. county. *+

Kirby mith Chapter a copy be sent Cure. J. W. McCollum Co :.; of Taints, secretary ; 11. .;. first consideration - -- -'1.

to the family of deceased and a copy Taylor of (iainrsrille)! treasurer} I.. "...'.In.u.TIIH'.tr..t..t: : Titles; Tat "Hale $..rrlMW, |'.
furm.hed The Gainesville Daily Sun forp.blivaton Ill. 0_. tirrmt Lelt.hw.M.Nonlr J-::, Barker of I'tinrsviil, superintendent for AIt."Itor >un.IC..I"-.t l land Ownemj' rial af Ceiintlec
Your lf.. Hrun to think >
\V. 8 Husks: of Gainesville,
the Investor Tuft n", Itr.Itef.reneeet:. .
'MR*. If. H. .CKK\KY: you'll rt biukod If she lets you out auditor. It I to understood that the
-Mk, JrillM ClIKwM'T of her sight' You must have owc oh* .>r employee flf the old organisationwill ''
'Committee." done something very foolish to bate a First National Bank. of Iialn.svllle. ||l II. F."
--- --- woman luolcluir after yo" like tsmt. retain tt.*ir respective |*o Ulons. (Dutton (.o,, (lank.,.. -If,
The rtllCes, of the
CELL BREVITIES.Pyooperoua Butt*'- 1 dUl I innrrl Ki Uer.-Ix ulsCuurts general enmpanywill
remain' In Iieltte.vllle indefinitely
.Ule r-Jurnal. whtrh will b.* gratifying Informationto .
School-Cotton Notes. the public.!
Mar W.rk A.....
Personal Business Paragraphs. whoa. as:: ZDTooci of
Jack Pewr17 -
>n.* Osrtd -Tn re gets
fc:.- Us Aug.: 8.-The weather con .. My, be looks as solemn a* an oa- CASTOR
ttaifs> t j tea warm and sultry. dsrtskr tto-.
'..Leatt r. one of our prosperous No wonder. !!.'. living to undertake a For Infants and Children. JOB
*-r' '.*nt*. left town yesterday en wile next weekl'end EsC"ba.ar.H.hn PRINTIN
The KM You Han ,
Always INg1t
rt.: i t. ,r Gainesville and other points

OQ >I..n..*.* -.
Dear the
kttrr)Ir. n; F Lewis has again returned I ): .r. cite till.) morr ttil'd arid thus 8 itatar. of Sec.d 3Too-ac O-xrcLo-ir to .t

after a two weeks' visit to see help the l.l'Kxl to ft.,. ; it affords 'j,'

k.p. 'K' mother Mrs. Shaw: at Ala. prompt relief from hliru.n.es, hid - ;:

tt .k g..tiun, sick and nervous headache, 111.e... -...... THE SUN JOB OFFICE
':...*. W "Jlttnl' lea f out eollrsCel"Y
A. ,
Lindsey and H. )1. and tver indnlgrni in fix l and ,drink ..
fart ''''''.
n"'jt. of Jennings Lake were in O, I.. CaMwfll.sg-rit M. K AT. K It.. e. .
*" r "\Vtu tj. Itf ...h. to Att IM.WVHI. r ;
.: I"r-rday on business.rsrm.re Checntah. I"el. Ter write. April J IN. .' .. -t
\ 'twlmt yi a u I ttilnk b* -
of this section are again lt J3 ''I was iek for nv.r I"'nar.* .. -
*' )- turtit clKWl-l lust arwtitMl en
"I "he: fleecy staple having attractr with .enlargement! tinH ->r and
",, ; b. urtw y tt v t rte lit-otupr.bNwlbl.grniusr. TSho1es'Typewriterf
.. r %tt"ntion with its snowy looks. spleen The doctor did m*> no wart, ."*--'Atl ti.'a I'un.titutl.a.
rt seed cotton of the season and I had given up all hope of being - - -- -
*.. ,arcrted:: at Bell about one week cured. when tnv drur I1I.1 advised m* ........ ...-.
1 w. II' a' eM price of four cents per to a.. llerltioe It has ma.i<> me sound ""'oW', hV. lot what I r..llr roll"fur. :
t : was LA. and well" Die Mild by W. %I. Join* sense,' "
.. purchased by I
a x eon ** ... for |nla >.* -

arron. oar ginner. W...t> .""". "Me never beta .n<< f-" I'blladtit "
Ie .hla .....
sri Whatever .a.l-> In even the
>g: his ginnery for the purP" At'K..ONLEi 4Ji;u: ,
-- ---
....1 -
to the wurM' brightness
I"** way +
r -_ ''C: eson.>inodating his patrons the cheer U worth wblJ*. Un. .wt oan as,.. How to A.o.'f App.n
f rnnwrmflag word to a dl.trsrt.rted Most vietlm f e.pf.eodietat.. OX THE JiAKKKTKETDOAIID
v ie school at Mil ,is now ee
ry u.-tchb.r. 8Tlve M took of tovtoci tu a tho# who are hat molly eomstii/at,
e of ,its moet .rt>os . HUH' Tabulator
pro p ely oo** or .J-ak. a -al..noI. : b
-r. .. Orini locative bruit, Syrup .ur.eehreoie I UnlYfftSAL
-der I
J the supervision of Prof. may I-XKI .. .tr-'ftctb. gitblan.- ant 0!
"' eo .tipat 'it* *>y stlmulatisgth.liv.r
.. ) ""ll aa principal, and Mise rocnfc to aaet >er d_ *1UJ.tPdfJlr! anal b ,.* ;. Orlor esatlve Every Machine.Liaht..t .
d*. y u assistant. worth walWIt l_ *ilwAtwitrtb. well_ Prop fyrup doe. not wu...i* or

Lev'r''alar. meeting of Suwana'J .. to live auf, vlrt.jcVm.l-. tmt\t\ t.* trip and U mild. aa>l pl....m laKrtt Saks.
1* I. O O. K.. last i'4elur- do rlgtt sbuwtag the w.-rUI ..... tl.. eqtJ.u.I. Jeeoalw a shirts Lightest lionnimgl The i
c.a, '<, wta+ a very interesting smallest fragt'"enta of divine> beauty A C>. (,*hs T.pUjM Hd Writer* of lb. World s

twr ____ ___ _. I'.. .
... :. nearly the full mil of mem> h ih XsyHhoU fore Fay.BlM>'U. Invs.

---c pres.gt.'of o-! 'la>> (rlr..*vll!. than say "
pa r, and Mrs. W. J T. I.ir turt ( )
I ...jJ a visited last W..s...- Why not have all the I

.,t..te ac b7 aa etcbt-poaad son Ayefs rich color rettored? For &Jul' by. . .

:,k.s eoa h dohs well, while Hair> Vigor will do this ra 9:
1:. .. THE SASf
oaetaatby .0 Osa
srt.!.., Mot tingle faBure. a
wit emit. LI.t' ,
big oa hrttrslie. .o.. a.. J !* q. r.

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4 They'..Insist. on Nine .Hours'. Work brief Happenings From Various
Before; Betnrning- Duty. Sections of State. f L


I-*' One Contractor Declares That Even Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers."
Bert piano for able! trying climate stands In !
4 ?Now Carpenters Make More Money tune longer than otben.constructed ofbeet Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the

Out of Jobs Than the Contractor. materJaln..nd most artlaU Busy Reader -Items of Interest, to .
workmanship obtainable.
"'Another Gives Views of the Union. Up to date n every All Classes. .
",, detail and'C..-"
}, Seven days have passed and still eQualed.Sold Nearly all of the Dade county tchoelt AiMagnificenf Library Worth $500

::.fere in theprsmrpcnters'
are no new developments opened on Monday. .

and joiner, strike The by ns continuously for State" Chemist K. E Rote has been Offered Free of Cost !
[mtchaoies.. are still determined to hold
reappointed by Governor Broward.
'o i, for the nine-hour day, while the OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS lie ha made a careful official.)

L"sxmtraatorty. bane been retting easily, without a single failure. If TOO There is ten houses in coune of conatroc&lon Unprecedented Offer that Promises: to f'I
[f, because of the fact that the weather want a piano for'a lifetime's
in New Smyrna
to cost from Unusually
;ba beenexet>ptlonallr bad. and the service buy theNOTED Interesting
t 1.000 to $2,300 each. And this it only
r1''workmen would have been compelled
1.\lIa..thu.ahek: T a starter.
;Ito' have laid Off anyway. The coo
'?, tractors to feel confident that Governor Broward and family will Something SUN Readers Shoud
} seem Prices a. low a. Is consistent wltb qvallty. Consider
spend two month at Hot
t/th.t/ >' earpentert and joioers will be- Caab or oa easy terms. Sent on IS day*' Springs

leome tired of loafing for the fish are trial We par freight. Writefor Ark., and other retorts for rest and

b''hlK' slowly at this time., and the Prices TODAY. reouperatloD. Read the Following Details
j hdntlng season it not on. The gardens "XV. J. Lee hat purchased a new job Carefully:

.;1 Bit').not growing, hence there It no culL printing outfit for hit office at Perry

11 t,; "tlvating to do, and the average oar- : Ludden & BatesSouthern 31r. Lee it an experienced newspaperman The Mystery Surrounding: the Beautiful Ii-;; G.

'.+'panter is so industrious that he will and printer.. W. HYJJE'S Window Revealed the to) \\ ..;,

Vno be content to "lay around" and do Every wagon in Pensacola. that has a
Music House A number of our enterprising merchants execution which
;:nothing. "These fellows talk about load -i Wlil
weighing over a ton matt now have arranged what will proveto prove.

Q?.btlog poorly paid" said one con SAVANNAH GA have a tire 23 inches wide. This ithe be a most interesting contest be- The conditions of th.- ar

factor.' "They are receiving all the new ordinance. follow. : Any lodK <,!t, II,i
JOHN MURPHY tween the High School, Twentieth.
salary we can afford to pay them Mgr. club, hospital or organ .. e
Owen F. Perry, one of the leading Century Club Odd Fellows'. Horn. U. or private, it eligible t .
according to prevailing and In 1870 two
: farmers Belleville died on 8atur.ay. P. O. Elk Volunteer Firemen? Masons Vote for individuals! w, ,

:p( fact, In the end, the carpenter it making : 6AITHER a BRYAN, State Ag'ts, aged 67 ,.e.r.. He had resided in W. O. XV., K. of P., Gainesville *d. With each 10 en ..f aa t,
more money out of a job than we ticket will be given by .
(,' TAMPA FLORI &.. Hamilton county 40 years. Guards Kirby Smith Chapter or J. J. through whose rcolntl;
lilxralitv .,
,are, and ha. no responsibility beyond r'Dd
l of the U. 1>. G.
. The trial of William F. DaDlb '. the 'lnleCh.pt..r or any libraries are furmfTied .
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,1. will
tthe work he is expected to do. I church Sunday school hospital organization -
be written the
ALACHUA'S FIRST BALE.It 'ensacola murderer I* expected to I amount I r>: 'tee
,. Another contractor, who It disposed or institution you would wish and the number of01,. ,
$o be fair, declares that he has no ob come up this week. Much interest it tn own the beautiful library gained at chaser will write, on tin. t 7 3r., .
Was Shipped to Savannah Monday manifested in the line of defense hislawyers $bcO, now on display at G. W. Hyde's. or or ,0.stitation
j, jaotlon to granting the concession of anizatitin r.: tt
g*.,sins hours if the union men are wil by Charles A. Williams. will adopt. THE REWARD will be a magnificent or she desires to vote, "I.ipr r :alt't!

Alachua Aug. HCh.rlel A. Wil. It. L. }) executive clerk in library consisting of 200 volumesof and deposit theti<.k..t It 1 \I.. OIl.lot.
"Hag urrance.
to classify the workmen. XX'hy, the standard subscription publications -, box in the! store in wlii,- r,'*-a..
k there are all torts of carpenters, just lIam. Alachua't leading cotton buyer I the State Board of lIeahh'omce at of the day an follow : Ihe Is made.

(Vllke there are all sorts of every other today shipped to Savannah, Georgia, I Jacksonville, died suddenly in that Great Chat. Dudley Warner "Libraryof The standing of Iht'1' n will

lklssd of meoha-ntct," he declared, the first bale of Sea Island COUOD..uppoa..d town on Monday of appendicitit. lie the World' Best. Literature" 48 be published 4txelu..i".y a. HI. *QD-
volumes; "Library of 'h."orld'i day's issue of The Sun
'%) -.The trouble It that when a carpenter to have been shipped was taken 111 on Friday.It Greatest Classics" 30 volumes ; the 19O5, at 7 o'clock p It I n rrntxt tea

; joint the union he it received differ.k.atly : from Florida. The bale was ginned it lucky it to happened but there Anglo-Amaricaa Dictionary and Cyclopedia remaining votes will bn .n .i sad

; 1 from any other clast of tnechan- Monday by W. O. Hives & Son. Mr. are upwards of eight or nine hundred 12 volumes ; Library of Oratory the magnificent lit.rary n"nr... ,it, th,

; -te I the Inferior workman It taken in Williams offered five cents per pound Tampa people visiting in cities way ppnorth bv Den..w, 15 volumes ; organization having the erc'',i am*
of Datzaa. volumes the Library .
ber of
The Sun
; votet. :
u t II. I>ii u
';:;sad harbored by the union on the tame for seed cotton for ten days, which offer of that place, just as the fever of Poets 32 volumes ; the each issue a coupon whlcs! iitl*

\"pone al a thoroughly competent maul is oat on the 9th. lie Is In the cotton excitement it about over. World's Best Essays, 10 volumes ; His. the holder to two vote t\: w t*

y\:tad ezpectt ahA same salary or the business to stay and will make things The people of Tallahassee are 110'gl..lnl tory of Our Great Commanders, 12 credited to the in titnii n II'' "i written

,-" same benefits. There are all kinds of lively this fall. His fall goods are arriving volumet. on space provided fir 1\:11: *!\n
( any encouragement to the com- Each and every one of these books delivered to the ballot bni*, n ether
carpenters In the world, and the union I daily and, assisted by W. V. mittee looking op a-tile for the Gov- are specimens of the beet mechanical of the ttoret.

{1hat: Its share of the' diversity. The Roberts It fitting up one of the finest ernor't mansion (BetteV build the "

.:\fruition' \ ,does bnt not will teem take' to any regard man who eltlolency In lrst the-ala.s State hardware In addition stores to tn hardware be found, crowded.mansion In tome offer. town that itn't I Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merchants: II

: professes to he a mechanic and has a h. will carry a complete'! line of bug G. W. HYDE.
'ri Uovernor Broward W. R. THOMAS
board glee cud wagnnt, cotttnt and caskets. on Saturday appointed 1
i y. enough ey"to taw a reason
)Ir. Joseph Bell a well known The leading Dry Goods ttore. Voters Our Buggies. Wagon unre
f.\\ Viably true. of remember this it headquarters.Marcus 'are the best at the net- t <1 i15
1t, ? *'I do cot object to employing union Given Up to Die. young lawyer Ocala county judge vote worth going, after -rj

lDeD-ln fact I prefer. to give them the 11. Spiegel 1204 N, Virginia At., Kvantvllle for' Marion county, to Nil the vacancy Endel. department afford It "I i >rwr>
& caused by the death of General Robert The leading Clothier Men't Fnrni,h- tunity to vote.
\$preference, continued this contractor.I Ind., writes "For over live e.r and Tailor of Gainesville We .satisfy .
Bullock W. S. Dors & Cn" rThe
I v'I_ am willing to grant the nine.hour years I was troubled with kidney and the-moitt exacting demand, of all. y *

day, but I do Insist that the union bladder affections which, canted me Tampa cigar factories shipped 4.3CO- I Votes count beretGaln8sville the Grocery ,and I .n.t

classify Itt men and let them draw much pain and worry. I lost flesh and OOO( cigar during the week ending July Furniture Company. strongest voting strength pretrinc'your rcr '

,wages" In proportion t1 their ttbllity" was all rundown and a year arfo had 29. This makes a total of 119.SOO.OOOto The big Furniture store, where you ; every meal you serf a t

t 1& I. difficult tu determine at thir s to abandon work entirely. I had threeof far this year, exceeding the figures. can vote every payment you make, Bring your account an,) s fpay
the best For the same last by oath or installments. l>uD'& overlook the sameGainesville ,
time just how this strike will' end A physicians who did me no period year .
't number of union carpenter are .em good and I was practically given up 1 ,M)6.roo oiK'''. this valuable precinct.L. Planing and C Co.

ployed on jobs which h..eI....... work, to tile "'011''''. Kidney Cure was recommended David Mitchell the "Black Kid" who C. Smith. tort A to glorious vote for oppnrtuii their ,ft\,' ,, r rn* !'

tog nine hours bat there are many oth and the first bottle gave got hit necktie party at the Bradford in The t.own.Ve beet and largest variety of Shoes of wood 10 vote. 1)nn"l ...:

i e ra out, and they declare. they will ret me great relief and after taking the county jail postponed by Gov Browarda We have the votet.have the Come pair and you tee want.ut. W. D. Pagan; & Co< V

: main out until the ooticesmon of a second bottle I was entirely cured.'r few weeks ago on account of workingthe J. S. Oodiford At Our Meatt am4 Vein ,, ",.. \U

"r nlns'hourday I. granted J. McCollum; .V Co.AU.ntlon. insanity dodge has been declared Company.The best the market afford. 'r-',
druggistH. A busy store
_. Gainesville S>tean' i :rtive .
sane and may yet give the mid-air where the voting\ will be h"avV"
i KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED. Voters. dance, have them. ( ut your work ; ear .:
Wt with to Inform the of tlipt. Get your friend
W. II. Lattmer hiss a grapefruit( tree J. W. McCollum & Comsvany. Take them to our apen **' ue
Hun that
no votes are allowed in
In hit yard that it la heavy bloom. On The up-to-dste! Druggist The votes votes Big item.
'rI Tb. c....... tt..rt.. ., a tint IT..>..- the Library onntett on money paid fur the tree was a clatter, of large and are here. Come tee u.. A. M. Cush:' .

aetca II....... n..__. advertising in The Hun. Only those 1.041
well matured fruit" from September L. C. Smith. Votes. will be issued ("r ,

w Thr are many men who we r their who pay' Ih"I".m of $1.23 or over onlIull.iptiunli bloom and a large number from the The leading Jeweler, Our splendid new policies written or 'fDewed.

Act practically all the tins when awake. loThe I Daily Hun or those March bloom and blossoms of July. stock will supply the mot exacting- provided tool. !. I1"t' t an.
f end are bleiw il with a heavy Bhock of I whr pay ah for Job printing will lx mandt. The votes are here in plenty. paid within thirty days ,'t'' 'po.-.w
The tight makes one think of old times "rvote
icy. For each 10co..nlfl' 1.
liMlrt yt If 1k..calp. of the.e same men allow ed to vote.Ttume A. L. Vidal & .
in ..lorid.-T..re.llerald. Company.The
will be istaedMrs.
onr became infested with dandruff ,
who pay $1. ,:?.!5 will be allowe. only Soda Fountain. Confection I '
S. W. Leer
term. the para.lte. would multiply all 76 vote for the organisation of theichoife. .\ Palatka girl, says The Tlme.-1fer- er and Book dealer isuing.votet. The and "
.h. tulcKer fur tack uf air. l1.t.n. only
i wouKt ensue .. the foci result N.wUrv *.> fII) entitling them to :?OOvotes aid, gets up in the morning,rats breakfast count here. g votet. Vote hr
and .5 will entitle them ttotes
'. which her mother prepared
' 1l Tl>lcUl kill the c rma and r.-.u goes
.t .Umut..,... unhealthy' hair tn abundant up ttairt and takes care of her room
srr".t h. 1t"ri>lcUt' "'--:0': : MB w .!tl) .U % dandruff cure amt tara
The '
Kev X>' I I. taking hours to bay spool of ul. of the contest provide that* erehant ths.1! ;
two a
r*'nlnn n .t mi ntom of Injurious .ubtarr Riley I.. 1.. 1).. Cuba *"*
record of hit vote on Friday night of -r sending a d '
.> W,.I1 Uv 1.'lne 'nlcc'.a.. BnJ New Park write : \Upr fifteen days thread She vats, dinner which her to ''*
The Daily Sun '
on Saturday before 0 P\ < week o""r&u"
1I1eIn -tump* for sample to The llsrpteld of mother has clothes 'M
prepared wears
C- IWtrokt. MKh.J. eicrueiatmg pain from sciatic rhsu ', including the tickets carefully tying themf
matittM. under various treatments I her mother has made spends the after package at possible ; write your own name'.. delivery
v. HiHllfitrtl.. .V t..., Special Agents they can tie filed with .
was Induced tu try Uallard's Snow Liniment nand reading old. tllly love novel or away jour records if' ered t'r *
awards appointed at the close of the
; the first application giving m)' gadding about with her friends eats contest*

Ut1:\1IIJ.E": : .',\OH1TK: fin relief and the second entire relief, supper **r mother hat prepared and THE SUN'S Voting I t.mjtion.,

ItlHUUI.Ulachua : e I can give it unqualified recommend spends the evening with her dear Under no circumstance will an employe of th\ paper t>e i

ik tion" :?< .VV. $1 to void h iy XV. M. friendt. She has dome nothing wicked TOt in this content. rt
John.on. all day and her mother It satisfied thatthe We will give a premium of 75 votes for every' paid t.hr100 E
& to this paper; lX)> votes for every paid six month' he'r'
Pool Parlors. it bringing her on right.
Boycott on at Yokohama. votes for every paid subscription for on. year Old tubcrit>.,rc j
Editor Avery ** Powell of Th. Lake number of votes by paying their subscriptions in advance. rv. fb j i-
Yokohama August 7 Th_ toymtAmerica a subscriber. To the
. ; t*_ n"". ". I'rwprletur.Located Batter Star has a ualqo way of tiding Institution securing the largest nu-. ?
has '
against started her, the this manner, we will award at ? o'clock p. m.. October 14th <
himself and through U. dull
l7rlnea. refusing: to handle freight OD paper
raontht. lie it a writer of
the Parlnc" mall steamer Manchuria, summer
F for llonjf Kong The popular tongs and ha, I'ul. number
in the I'urter ttlock..outh Chinese w USb4.td LIBRARY VOTING COUPON
side sonar.... Three .,,.,-<>la.* tables. a meeting tomorrow to orcaZiu on the market this year lie say that.

'f Good lights, and prompt and .. The public i I. cordially invited work and that he I* going to braach Ttis coupon entitles the holder to two votes that cat :. .

.2 and always welcome.' Peculiar DI..ppe.ra"C.. I off into this work entirely In the near any: institution competing for the beautiful l library, w

I future Among his. latest compositiotjs filled oat, signed and returned to< the ballot boxes in with
?:: 'I J I' Hunytnof HatUrvllU. n., laid are "The Its-turn of the Flags." "1 store*. I

AT ST. AUtUSTINE. the peculiar dl.app >*raae- of hit, painful Won Her Heart With My Automobile"

symptoms of Indigestion and btl* sad ")17 8w......" From )1..'.." 9Uua s>r I..U...... X
Large, etwl furnished rooms at Oe.aa 'fonsoea to I)r. King's New Life ri....
'4' View Hotel. Free bath. Light hous !l. "Th_ TW s songs artM.W Wins pabli.MdIIfar
says :y art a perf..rt remedy: ,
1N vllegea. Rate. 41 to *3 pwrb for dl........ soar stomach, asad York ..* lyre mo 4o.ba toot Name .f T.er .

And .o.sttpltaloo. ...." 41atttortN ..... J' U. ttM'll.fi' ielf a he+1t+.>E1tt1a TMKBJTHE

i f.\4. ,..!.,. .. ',J..I ":' < ... r'', ,!q.tw '' ";..r'.Jr..J' I ,: -
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0I. "..Vg1t VAGRANCY LAW. Democrat, hi* abilities were rr<>gn:

ttDr..t by both the Clareland and M Ki: l.d-I

: i' 'The law parsed by the last Legislature admtnistrHtions, and as a ":,- err THE JOY OF LIVING

relating to amending' .
the building con1mh''h\n t-- --:.,. cur un 1TOLI.T nKJUUTZKD WBK3C TOO
-- at Q.laes.lll.Fla.. sections 3042: and 2643 of the revised capital at Atlanta he
si the Post Office wa mstr ,"--.ta.1| ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
u seeoed-atasa mall matter. statutes, certainly cover the ground in completing the structure w f t the

pretty thoroughly. The amendmentto original appropriation, and .
r pct
H. tC .AKY. Editor and PoTOrter.A 2642 reads follow ,
L section a* : back into the
trea-iry a a..rplis
W A ULE"" Associate editor. "Section 2tH::!. Commitmeont.nO .-
His Rite and H
children survivehim
De. and T>t left
BURTZ. CUT Editor. an honest nuns to
.rf :SSE E. late person who go about begging Ibt.'mhat i. the noblest heritage: that n E R s i N

ICC 1'* j URUMBY. l eD') TraveIJi Areot.v common gambler, persons who use can bestowed from father to son.

juggling or unlawful games or play.
'RrWTT. Surt. Conrpoa'r* Rooira.OFKXCK and fiddler
v common piper corpmon
drunkard, common niJbt.walk"ra.Ihiey ; .

: I-ORTER M.OCK. ,.*, pilferer, trader in stolen The Liver Medicine
TBUM-HOW -* Popular
q fan s'.tttt S. 4JT" Jury on Sanford Case Has Been Out
t property, lewd wanton and lascivious

TbutY'".published every morning_ persona in speech or behavior ket"p..r.of Root. Seventy-Two Houra. Will Keep You WellA
Hve'1 by carrier in the clly.or.ai1..I" u.i August 8.-After bciris
.rp1 of the United: States postage gambling places, common railers out for ,. h nty.two hours it 1 la be-
.. any fart GUARANTEED CURE!!: for aH diseases) produced by TOR. "
three and, brawler. who neglect
six month pe.ol1 Ile\ed
Ire.. fits| a jesr; JJ.o ; 1.25 t th.- Sajford: Jury has, found auraninioiiv PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system 'r
, ? cents for five week- trictly indase their calling or employment and misspend
h vtnllct ImI10112Slbleo.!
"" with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine. They act aa rank poison
what they .earn and do not provide Tho jUt f lad, an early breakfast af which vitiate the blood debilitate the system. and leave a trail {

- -- for themselves for the ter a of bad symptoms which xjulra' to obtitarat HERB.
"Urvr in local column 10 cents a line or supportof KOO.I: uiKht'a rest anIll't'I1.! andIs years
.naintfti n additioD.1PTti their families, still the INC Is purely vegetable and containa no mineral or narcotte
rti"u. and scents for each person wanderingfrom coTitliuti t to Jury room
|prB-*t lD poison! ra abaolutaly harmlaaa and Is the simple remedy W
:3R place to place able to work and Tho Judy\ has not announced how !

K-. < 'e display advertising; made known 011Ippio..at who are without means and who neg. long h.. r.t. mU holding/ the Jury, but in.,

,no lect to earn their support and lire by it la bt'.1: that hi will lertar a

-The Twice-*.\\'etk Sun is an eight-pare,forty- pilfering or begging, idle! and disorderly mUtri.il -.-:ne time during the day If CURED BY HERB1NE AFTER OTHER

colnma payer published every Mouday and person including therein those informal! I in the foreman that a verdict REMEDIES FAILED

nu.noolay and contain all the new of the who neglect all lawful business andhabituallJ' III i inilble.' Mr. L. A. Bkka, Ired 11. Txa ""1 .' I was)

..... lord State and general, of and the will United be misspend their time by frequenting Int 'rf..r ,continue however In the sick ia bed for eight month with liver[ trouble, the t

u:leJ towage...nada.1or free to t.oo any a year-in part advance. houses of ill fame gaming final oui.nn.. and crowds still rvnialn doctor seemed to do ta. no rood. I was told to try A
agate in the \ti m.'y of the court hous XI rbln.. and It cared me in a abort time. I cannot
houses or tippling shop, person ableto racommctid thia .codedslKlebe toe h1ahl"
AH s d.eltb.tug Mils become due after bratappetrauce work but who are habitually' idle Jury Asks for a ReCharge.At .
.f advertisement unless otherwise TAKE IT NOW a
and live upon the earning of their 11 .;:1.. .'clock the Jury In the
,ttptlstnl\ in contract. Parties not known to us Sanford .1 -.' asked to bo LARGE BOTTLE. 58c GET THE GENUINE'
rill be required to pay for advertising in ad- wives or minor children and all able- recharged; '

act. Addles, THE DAILY..St:N. bodied male persons over IS years of on a jMiii .-r law They wanted to

GAIMKaVILU. I'1. age who are without mean of support know the .I l> tuition of the law In ra* '" Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

--- - -. and whose parents or guardian are volun'iirv manslaughter and' when $T. LOUR! U. .. A.

Writ 1'alm Beach will have a sepinte unable to support them and who are a man u"u ,I i h" juaUn"blfl' In killing

school dittriot. another .m .' r the law. They werererhnrK
not usually in attendance upon some
>it ,-i\tI j venllct la expectedat
school or educational establishment lit I..D D ltJCCX>MMaTHOID BTI
>*t tlmo.
If one Italian can cause such a com but who live in habitual idleness, are '
vJOEJN"SON":: : C .i aoeiii ,
: e.
motion a* did the signer al Tampa declared to be vagrant, and upon conviction ton r

"' ;., Banana ... . .. . .. .
would load doT --- - -- -- --- - -
l shall be
what! a ship subject to the penalty -- - - - ---- -
ChJtttjin. -a Tenn., August 8 Th.
provided in section :2643.! I'"I'.I'I''I'' '' '.
city boa rt! health
i .i lIt un Intorentlnsami
The act of the Legislature for 1905 Section 2613 a. amended, read a*
t .'xrltin : ni :*;>tli K this morning put
will in The Sun aa loon as they follow :
appear a fluid ,'ml'.IIIt! !) on hannnan. It tier. Ilf
= no be put in tjpe. Extra copies will "Section 2643An..t without written turbid ih '.IIIn lerlnK of Pullman bay You Are Insured.

i b* for tale at the office. warrant.-Upon proper information ding, hr. ilnrlnn! the prevalence of th.tt"'f'r S .
made upon oath bt"tore.n officer
at :N, w Orleans or quarautlucdmectlon t?
I authorized to act in such case, he 1
The have declined the Philippine
Japanese hall issue ________ _______ In a Company that !S. Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
his warrant for the
I *, but they are taking hold of arrestof S Written With Liberality of 1'olioy Contract and the Company
other real estate that ia DOW said to any person therin named or described Cable. H Paj Lose. Promptly

I belong to Russia.Jcfferton who is charged therein with Lnndun AuKuat 7.-Tt e battleship

. being a vagrant under any of the provisions Colonln loall"11| today with 3.4OO mile '

I>. Stephen announce of the foregoing ..section and of call to lay the Commercial Cable You Are Assured

such a warrant shall b.* executed by oonii'>> ii.Vn additional line from
I himielf a. a Candidate for Centres in
+ the third any sheriff constable, policeman or Wutervllle Ireland to Caoao. N. S.. That serious' loss without!
District of this State. If no can overcome you you hat. com
authorized and th.'oc' Newfoundland.. I C
sleeted he has many pledge that will by a private person duly refuge

r keep lam busy to fulfil. thereto by the otllcer issuing such war 1 - -. -. _. .-... -_. +eC

rant. Hut any sheriff conlt.bl.po.

The naval battle of the Sea of Japan liceman, or other lawful officer may BAD BREATH Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance.

wit won because the Jape were better arrest any vagrant described In thefor..ltiD I >
section without a warrant
|oncer. and more rapid. They fired ) None but Reliable Companies Represented' ,
in the in
case delay procuring one rerwe.tb. i bad ev..11re.ti.w(1br..e..wu a
three .hot* to the Russians. one', and and a..d all 1 "_. .( r..i.la... Mr wee.. w
4 handled, their boats better. would probably enable such allegedvagrant bn..l.alll. Te.a. e.t.a WNb..=....'::fr.a4'. .' b.aes ba.lab.d.Mer. ,...
I to escape arrest. Any person C..rar.l..... .,... ..,. ...... es Mora. Ir a.ehNrf..Ipar .J. ) C\
-- .y
that '
---- r.' 1LInformation :IMC. CTJSKMAJSr
10 arrested by virtue of. warrant or o 1.1 rot .r.w Ia..bNl r..arrq.Naa .
7 They have a gold brick at the Port- : ,
UcJ without a warrant, shall tie given a Vbas. 8, { : .::tie ;. 4th at., N.e'rt;:: A'. T.bsat \ J
Oregon, Exposition that weighs I speedy trial and upon conviction shall cheerfully furnished. OAINKHVILI.K. 7 j
13. ., I
: worth of pure gold. It came faTM
be fined not exceeding two hundred -
q from the Nome district of Alaska and OowslU116A11a'f "I' '"
and fifty dollars, or by imprisonmentnot

:l b to a widths f' >It lung tour Inches deep and fire more than six: months." - . .. . -- .----.....:-. .

This act was approved May tfl'lh. PARTIAL II lot Ice LIST OF if'

s 1905. and it certainly covers the ground tatwsrns
t orernment has a Junk heap Whiskits Winos Boor ;
pretty thoroughly.EVAN and MaH.KXritKHH
IK of trust prosecution, railroad --- - _ .
,, rate regulation and beef trait : .
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bi boo.. sit surmounted by the Taft P. HOWELL DEAD. ......... P.I....>... p...... T....n.... f1oe..... : " 1'UEI'.tilt. llalk UM4I.-J.'Cti fire-et- .
| ""'lential boom. *... .!.*-. w...... .. ."fiw.. !.., swt. '" 1'rtptle1 :
Some one ha triedto .M (. l.lk. Tk. J'I1"- .
-'' a. ib.i lastI..eea1..a..r..r mil Ut. M.aurf.I /Qt..lta .1 Q. .
1 :
tlkr the Captain llowell. soldier r.r *...? WI. /1 IIU Per r/aOua:
reciprocity frame out of tun tin* GUI* lire H rA SI m s T OO It,., tila f'.'rn 10...., ."ad., tfa
-S statesman and honest man, died at his t..UsL. ..-.Jy c.. Chlca...r ".Y. ga.AIIVAL ,1:;'
I J :.e hut it i II too early. This i I. an NehMMi' Citrate H,.. I is. I f* ? ao .5 III l'.' U..4un'. ,:,
TEl IHUMIMXE1 N,.. ltn. tSues. Hum. Slat 1.Ull',. *?>
0' leer home in Atlanta, (ia.. Sunday August0th SALE M..cMJrita It*. a .1"' s OOto tt Mir:. t e.tl.en.; VJM

In the H6ih year of his age. Capt. HasiBS-a"1l" Mr. I r* 1 IIIa ,*.Oil*. '.'""n, H,"... teat ff>, tk. BMtSMTfVs. .

1' "r'.,id.>nt Brown of tbe Florida llowell was l"orn in Oeorgia: In 1K39, AuoU I trot* ( ,1M' IoU If tar .'ll.. N,. .........i arA.. f.Appl, It All..U",...... ...1.....f.
Malt walaber s I.J It lor
., ,
served gallantly through the Civil War I lifSi
tate1 '
rf.\Vinier Fair has returned Peach llraiMlrAlt'l 1 t* 1u to) Itt l'. iarum.'
'r en 'ork and the East where and at its clot settled in Atlanta, DRINDLaxative ItrsfwlyHuUafMlfMn .. I n. ml 9 AOT .torU ll,... K.xtal rVI shutt lit.. M41 las><,

** *( '"*n buoklng attractions for the where he did .. much as any man to I .I M -* .arils. era
fc tien.va Ills I car M) .OWI': "T ivUla IIEEK.y.hta .
* II t ward upbuilding that city. :: : ?
:i at .'... ,
Tampa. He promise North l'ar<>tlf>s I ml ? ,
r K ,"" f l In 1K?;'' he txiught controlling Interest Nu.nlafa f ...s a f. c VIs a ant ,"... !f.Isar.. hCs
it feature
> In the
amuse.tf Fruit J...... N..sHum 1 ,.j. .*
V '" -Ter shown in the South in The Atlanta Concilttition. with__ SyrupPleasant N...f''''' I tI S tJU e IItt Ntatd.tdMalt ..... d.W
r dr I_ *,",* William"" A IJenifriMl and tfnryv 0 Ur..*. 1"Oft. s ra W e M f:...".., I........,..,. .
m being the newest and Ulnaor K t r |t''''urtn i W !III' Stew

m'Ai 1 sire' The Fair "IUlurp.. Urady. !luring Irl..r..inlt years to take A_ele..sl Aiut.d nit TAll C......!. of ftaaa .ielan.. Ala_ .t.lna.,...t. Idea o..?. $

Li, ever attempted In Florida* until 17 the paper. wa a great factorin The new laxative. Does ....... . ......... b, the ....I MI .!>!>.>..,....., 't

Is It r' u*..menu alone worth the advancement of the H<"uh. Captain not gripe or nauseate.
gostance : .I H J ( K
ht t K '-+ to ee. Howell served In the Htale I..egilature. *- Cures stomach and liver w..ii"." HT HANNE BROS ;: ;.,,.

Atlanta and filial
was mayor
troubles and chronic con- :

I' :.othiriK In the line of *umr many important position, always with stipation by restoring the I.e. M. tlaaKAOao. ... Pnstd.at If 1 K: r.rLaUas1lM, *}tf R
R'r himself and the
honor to
highest peo-
t r
<> the ladle more becoro1 W. HTD. V..P.W.D. tan ltaslfaw.test. C *)Mf ; at
ua 1 pie who reposed their conlVlenc In natural action of the stomach -
white and. beide being
r 10 r't they look sensible. It liver and bowels.
s him.He
r It ,. a" '.. ladle hare more lnde wa identified with fry development t'ur *. *!.. b| J. Mrl..s. A f.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BA!

to _
>r r character than the men, of Georgia "n l nnt.t.7IIh

f"r1 the first cotton exposition in 12
w .r. them 1'
weltering about MCNANOWOMfaf. OF C31! IN1Ct3V22.LH2e: : : ''
t which uiad such an hint .*.iou tin thepeopl. .
** rrey.w..l.raarr
7 apparel, warm enough awn
r of the whole country a. to the I br a ____ .eaa.wrn ear,
".t while lamfnrtably ... .. ......
tI weather the a.- "11ai. M 1'11&
< '' I MS>hiiti! fIr the. !'W".ttlrhOt'I.... a _f ...... _...-. \LACHUA.Cn Q0;
attired in while i . ,,.... ._. r..._. .... _....
- -- - - .
r I tMa.Oesr o ss . - '
j ieh better frame of mind ----- -- --- ----- C essrl.. shat try swtrNw.. pi tal. . . . . . . . . . . . ..f0.000 00
i "itnmer heat than those of Ho...'. Th.". a.s a. wt to ..... ..........
j r .. ....-. -.... ...
*' sex who flU atJOQI in gsra Wo offer( one hundred dollars reward durplu and Undivided Profltn. . nO.OOO 00 1t
a s" draw t,1sa was = .......Lcoueve1a. f.so. .
5 the_. .heat of the sun. for any ease of catarrh that cannot U eat/erNat ....t. ...._. ells '_m.... ....., M tat ..... a. the Close
---- ---.---.. --- cured by Hall's Catarrh Care .ee.aaMhl '_.re, ............t.wtw.de.e..1t. ........."., ...
.. see.1.'.,'...._.I All ...._ v.-.... "
r-n n of the interior of theo F J. Cifa.ay... C.>.. T,.!e.J u. SWe
fl. JC.TATL011. OaaIalew. ,\f
'a that the fresh water the nDler.'lc""*l. have kftwwn .
.. .
* : ,ak..a are bin( d.ood*d F J. Cheney fur tbsr last l' y.ars, sad -"---

lea **ne thing may be said of believe him jH.rf rtly honorable in all

'. .ng: the East Coast where b9.I..I'an.wlio.., a/'d financially' ."...0 O.-.c -__---. rJU.unUD B. F. JORDANj
Ir f--
!. I -
rht-rxl iocliaeriminatolj abl to carry ont any obli..I.Oft.4.. - .. - -- ----.
,, a.l-nething doo to pat by his firmWlljfo J _6... ....., t5 C..aya.e Mwrn .-.
', C eateheln. reoenrd..Jn K ..... .... Ma-r*'..,, w N.eL OLBEBTJJIY
y a .g ==::...f 1-sea .........,. .r.
aa.D, the !flue fishing Whole*.l. IXacxUla, Tol -lo, O ----.. r Mw I INSURANCE
t wii eooo L s a thing ofspoftsman Halls Catarrh. Cur I. taken lat..r- !.are sew ... ..-. srr ...... as 1MT CO>*
ul .. tll..s .......... e. c. .
ally, MtlJBt 4lr .tJy spud. tJ YM
fr will FAa_$ ,.,
r45., overof : .ad moexx B4arfa.,s. of the ."...... ''t.,
r t.s a s leek. Of' stream I TvMiaaottteJ seat 'reoe. J.k. per .,r" ... .'
: .. ...
: .
''en._ 1'kav1.R. .... lord! bcMS.. !'o1d..U drttaisa. ;
a. ..r oa ate "btC II I T1a.. 1J.u-. 1'.0, ruJ '.r eosrtl- ,

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,# |tOne Dead and hoe This !>... llmm Nana Thus .D'.tl..(!.. G. S. MERCHANTS col
or 8erl.
i': ou
Cleveland August 8--Reports The dove bat* been pictured aa the Retailers and Jobbers InSI.pleandfancy ii
l j from various today bird of |*>ar* by writer Dud artists In
hospital to which the . . DENTIST . .
{ ', VlcUma of last night's grade all the iiKt Mince the time of the flood
crossing for the dove bait figured In the
j &ccldent sync
':j were taken showed that only' tx,ll of and .
,./J0* dearth had "ui many race of eouut- Groceries
occurred, but six ol, I leMH
'i+ e; According to theCerlnrry Office .. '
Injured will probably die. over M re sKodsra. Ption.' -I nltpr
Dictionary, the dovo Ja the ,
{f ;::V,4 OPwimsylvfciUa V, ,Lfllie, thennalemplo7 eS by bin of iKaoe beotnoe of the Incident train.,. ianfon S*..l ami Fertilizers.

Companla company r"f"'Ortlcd lit the eighth' chapter of Uen- JT0 A. CARLISLE,
:;,, It* that SOUTH BIDE
the gate were not closed. t'M1o.lId It came to pass at the, end BQOAltt. I i OAJNESV.Lit
n.f held ATTORNEY AT LAW :
on the charge of Fl.J"ID
of man forty days that Noah opened the
nter., Henry.Laughlln and young window of the ark wblcb be bad made. And Solicitor,in Equity Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other pr,.(,des

UUr was killed outright while hit and lie sent forth a raven whlcb went: -' '

and two other children were bad to and fro until the waters were dried Real Estate A Complete stock of Hay', Corn.,O.}to, Floor, Bran
,a iAured . Conveyancing and Gen and. Jty*. W Meal Cott ,, .........
I* today reported to be in ut from oft the earth And be !sent eral Practice.. All business. promptly >EST t handle only the vERY BEST at ut.. : $tal
;' forth u dove from him to nee If the attended to. Office next door to Bun PRICES and guaranty satisfaction alway .11"' .

.n: ,Martin Is not expected to )live water were" abated from off the face office. OAJNBSVIC.LB. >> FLORIDA.

f'day out. of the ground, but the dove found no .

,.!.ate'Iut night Martin went to the rest for the sole of her foot and she fERDINAND BAYER, -

pltal where returned unto him In the ark. -
the physicians And
t"\o; operate upon his dau.*were iter he stayed yet another IIUIVtfi days, and ATTORNEY'AT LAW .Southern Railway::

crazed man struck one of the again lie seat forth the dove out of the GAI..ST .U, FLORID. ..

flcla'n a terrific blow In the face ark and the dove thane to him In the

;.knocked. him down. evening old 10. In her mouth vas an Can sell your city Im
property, (
';; '----- oUv., I..nf ..hw,1), orr: 110 Yrteh. knwwthat proved and Effective May aQ,
'" unimproved), phosphate, 1005.
the natern were abated from off trucking and fanning lands. Bead him "

Bhmen.:- Quests of King Edward. the earth." a list of what you offer for..I.. 2142m 2 Vofttlbafe Trains East .' .. 84 N., 2O North and

ter. Isle of Wight August 8.F'reoch .- ProjHT nuiueM" derived from the dove We.t. ... III

: fleet consisting of sighs bare almiy I Ie r+n ue l In the orient W.E.. BAKER. LTJesap L. Jacksonville..So.. . . . .80. Ry Ky' U 9 40.lOa 10 7 40p 96p I I.I L.L. Jacksonville Jesup Oa. Fla. :s. tr ..4i;

>' q battleships, cruisers and torpe- aa d'tHrrlptlte of lovvlluens and were Lv Savannah. .. .So. Ry' '1 2Op 12 15a Ar8lacon Uah' :-0(" uy 1C3 i'
;boat destroyers under the com en/ed'lally iippllttl to beautiful -woiiiftj. -. ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, Ar Columbia . . So. Ry 0 65p 8 OOa I ArAU.nta.Ga; .u: lJ hgpt

Id of Vice Admiral Calllard. drop Tlj. don was woven Into. the . SOLICITOR IN Charlotte . . .Bo. Ry r 1O 26p B 65a I ArRomeGa, . .o il 51ly
:anchor In the Solent today to l'uJ(11II worship of ancient northern . Ar Greensboro. . So. Ry 1 18a 12 lilp Ai Dalton. Ga. . ,". J )Ja
'a week as guests of King Ed.s Kurvjw:: sand It has a great place la Ar Danville. . .. .Su. Ry. 2 21a 2 IQp AI' UhaU.UooKa, Tent :-0.", iy:: y'St:

I, and the nrltlsh navy Heavy early Pljrlntlnu life and symbolism. GAINESVILLE Alaohoa Co., FL>. Ar Lrahmond..8n. Ry g 68a O 42p Ar Lezington, KJ' 't v l'ArCineinnnti. S

pours of rain throughout the From linineinorliil time ,the dove has Office in Endel Blocks Ar Lynchburg . . Ho Ky. 4 34a 4 20p O. tt ?

line drenched the al ways'" area a type of Innocence to Ar Charlottesvllle So. Ry 6 18a 6 lOp J.y OanO.Dn.ti. 0 . . HI''" .. \our
decorations the Jew... Elsewhere! It ban been Washington,.. So. Rf 9 boa 9 COp Ar ChleaRo. III Ula ,,
ire and afloat and asnorlatetl _'; : Ilr 10.
shrouded in a Ar B.ltlmore..P. R. R. 11 8Oa 11'25p I I L.
to'the great gathering of yachts and. Lass slut the Olympian age with JR. J. H..ALDERMAN Ar W. Ph'del'ia! P. R R. 1 4Bp 2S5a A r Oh Uanolnn.U.icago 111.0..1'. I 111\11 "M;
higher Idea
of Venue I's
Itlsh! warships collected to welcome as the symbol Ar New York. .P. R. R. 4 18p 68Oa I n.. py'
k* visitors./ of natural human affection-the Lw OloolaDa'i, I-----. 11 ,e i lnr
.. lava that icoei. with purity und dins DENTI9r.Over No. 84-"New York and Florida Express. : I Ar Ohleaao. 111 "" .:!
; lillvlty of heart. It bad a part In marriage ." Daily Pullman Drawing Room )4. Cincinnati O. C. II a l 9451 j

Train Kllla Cotton Chopper MtfiieM and was naturally Introduce Sleeping Oar Port Tampa and Jacksonville ArToledo, 0. . O. II ,It J) Say=
to New York. AI' Detroit .
:' ,t "narboro. TeL. Ajngnst T/-a fast by early' Christian painters Into Out on A Go's Bak. Mach '- l' tiLv ) :!:It
jjbtton Belt pictures of the Madonna and child and QsJaesvi''r No. "Washington and Florida Cincinnati 0-. I'x 1 I. net "
r ,
passenger train .
somewhat .
". of female salute These Daily Pullman Drawing AI' Pittsburg Pa. p" 1.lnt' 555ev
_ craabed Into a party aegtochopper. qualities ofIfentleuuMM Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to Cincinnati. O. . big Fur '
& aud affertlon combined with New -'i:
abont a mile aid a their juouruful notes made dove.ecl'ally DR. GORDON B. TI8ON. Ar Cleveland, 0, Ih F'"Ir 8 tk'
eaat of
town ahortly after aU6Vt. L.
nppruprlate to woods of sorrow Through The Land Af the Ky J t IJ: Sad
killing Ray Bdwaro and Ma I DENTIST. Sky No. 80 ArLoalnllle, KJ' So). Ry:
and Flop
they were a part of the funiltnre (-' ;
and badly isaagltng Henry of most pagau funerals. Thispanite Lv Jacksonville Fla. s. .So. Ry 7 6Bp A. 8t. Lonis. Mo. . . Sit l kp : f.a!

and hla wi'.. X child: of l on Into Clirlntlau L.8a.anoah.Ga.. .. . .So. Ry 12 l&a AI' Anniston, Ala So, J ((14X
w.a .nn over by Ca* hail IlkeufMxes usage" aodtb..lr Office la Miller Law Xxobance. Columbia, S. C. . .. ,So. Ry' 8 OOa Ar Blrmlngh.m, Ala. S.t Jr 111&'
was vatoort. The negro**, tried f 1 generally combined Ar Asheville N. C. . .. So. Ry' 1 COp A.r M.mphis, Tenn . F risen t clip
had e with the olive brunch were carved OAta.ev1LLS: h.. Ar Hot Spring. N. O. . So. Ry 9 87p AI' Kansas City'. Mo .'ri6l"o t41
camped on the on the tombs In the catacombs beneath "'- Ar Knozvllle, Tenn . . So. Ry 8 OOp Memphis. Tenn. A3lI:
thinking tli. train had passed Home and elsewhere .- Ar Louisville . Hot
emblematic . . . So. Ry SfiOa Hp.-inlrl. Ark._. ._ A711
wet aslp when the .track.jifjr of eternal peacw. I WEST END Ar Bt. Loul... .. . . . So. Ry 4 56p No. .
..1". J ''. In the Sporting Magazine for 1825tills THE I Ar Cincinnati. . . . . .Q. & O. 8 16 a Daily. Solid vestibule o'JoriJ"train, l.trnted.throuftl,

..t; Killed at Camp Msetlng.4taevfito. appeared: "rlgf>Onli are rarely FINE WINES. LIQUORS A CIGARS No. 80-Daily Pullman day coaches'and rullmnn Skepirt

jt; O*., A.uCU.ton.. nela seen Ht the table of the Itusnlann who JOHN MCNZIES. I Room and Buffet Sleeping Oar Drawing between Can. Jacksonville to Cincinnati
.'". reported killed eiitertnln a suiterstltloun. veneration for Proprietor. 1 Jacksonville and Cincinnati. No. 19--Pullman Drnwme. Rums
.. and s versJ three hinds. because the Holy llhont"' asauuud llni W. her a...Jaoksonvlll Fla. Sleeping Car be'.f'PIl'I' .r>nTiU., I
aa a result of riot
a at acampmeotlng the form Birmingham. Memphis Kannai Citf\\
of dove.
:j.; s... at Klondike, a .malL lug on this, a writer u ..,... "Thlx Comment-'rua- Faust beer bottle and draught. Don't, Excellent Dlalas Car Service., and Colorado Spring

':ktt19D' 9r.. the OanevlUe| Midland r two tif the alrvttnenee from U... denh fall to call on me when in Jacksonville ARRIVALS
11 miles below
\IWa7. OainesvUle fiber- of the dove IM. far older than Christian From New York. .
... Crow Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and !. nj Lie.ed .
wassummoned adlett for > &
the t "
ity. elnic lnde *.,.ise at once. Aa the place ue>te4l with the From New
IM! cannot arae class of fed ILDp York. Washington' etc-No. 83. "Washington and F. >n reached by telephone, no parUcn- an those which marked It out as tlieAr.ruu Representing press. 8120 p. m.

lars, can be learned. deatb. bird" From Cincinnati. Asheville etc.-No. 20, "Washington and K !orals, Lia-:

..;; i Kir Hlthnrd F. Burton remarks: .'l y. E. A. WElL & CO. :a.:; Ited From'' ,:00.. DI.

; vs.Alabaman Fatally Shoots Brother. er MIIC! ..* Noali's dove every religionHtH Chicago, Cincinnati. Atlanta ete.-No 14. "FU. Limit.-il! J A T3 a.

.,4i. Btrmlngbam. AJa., August 8.-Oaud ."iiN to consider the ply,"\t>on an thetacretl : WHOLESALE SHOES J. C. LCSK, Dlntriet Paixenrer Agent, 108 W. Bay St., J:uk,*,,niilNtU..

Tath row shot and fatally Injured hla bird. For example, evermoxgnr / B. H.HARDWICK, P. T. M. W. H. TAtLOe.O. P. A. Baooars MouoiO, P A.I
t brother. W. B. Tetherow. at Plnckney swarms with pigeons and tlie Of All Description.
Maine exliot' In mo< r rQty marketplacw.
near lJlrmln< '*r.r. fired, each of which took effect. Tbe Hindoo pundits' and tbe CLYDE LINE
"" old Assyrian empire."almo have farm"
.:'I'Ibtti man who did the
ahootlng I. con.: 801..t.. MONARCH aDd SOTE"

UflMd la jail. here and refuse to aayeauaed Ore Jlr..rr ......... E1GN' qUALITY Shoes. Even
; ? t the
shooting.e .
UOl\nUn" b."l" .habitue
., wuo bsvrepeatedly e pair warranted.J. .
complained. of the dark,
; Killed by electric Cables cheerlesa coloring of the wall palelu r Manisaa. Arent

j Cbesjer, S. C.. August 8.-John their rooms way find something to.
Interest them In the Information
"Weir a young has been re
man. Instantly
w'utly elicited by H curious clerk The Florida
I In
,kllUd a
] her .
by an electric cable, used department. ..
"y,m the city's electric light plant.Veir .

flights.;}Inat Latin-American; scientists are ....hi.rk-"tn should fact.like I have to know.long; want sales (the to Fruit and Truck Grower I .

The rahle was chanced 1 by I.l1vw-whr It Ii'll' that _
)HA__. you ladles who
,defect 'In the Insolation of thewires. manse Ix oan1tnK liou e* always chaos e L. J. BRUMBY, EdlUraad Proper, -ra.x-: th:aa: :..-XS'A TT.TNGS

\weletttdc Aa It waa raining at the each dark p< |wr." DKTWKK2!:

'ftlae the shock was much heavier. The "Welt" gall the pnMtMN| 'tlve purcbas OCA LA, FLA, Joctcsoinvllle* arid ,New YorU:,

;:+ 'C..M4 was 31 years of age and a er. .'If that !.. the only"thinji you want Calling at CHARLESTON. S. O.. both ways.

r ...... mad. to knew run mlKbt Just as well haTe Oa Tear. ........ ...... .. .fl.OO Th* FUMt 8tMMsU7 U the Coastwiso Service
notM- lout Single N pies..... . .... ..... 10
;! Nt.. iiKO.. We like dark paper Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Pleased with United States HIIOO Ills that on the" walls the

.; New York. August 8.-Dr. Carlo* nails the homier llou't net to tack up theirpicture I A handsomely' illustrated Direct Service Between JACKBONVI LE. BOSTON si J

t !'vllegrlnli former president returned inner such ghastly devoted magaaln* PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Poin'..
sears.rw Turk 1'r xs.' especially to Interests t1 f Calling at Charleeton
Sunday from the frail both ways.
Kurone and the Unitedfftat and vegetable growers of
e', ,*.. Florida. BJD-aA: :1-: VV )u'R1 :r- BgtLING: : :
ssyit n Herald dispatch from .:...,-... 8oa'hboGDd. .. .. .. .... . .... .... .....Ji'1OID 1.ew.'h.r! p.tns
Buenos Ayrvs II. was escorted bom* The .li>r,'ndunt. who, wax heM on the- A special trial subscription of sis Northbound.. ... ..... ...... From Foot of Catherine st.. Js I.. ,fl.
from the dock| by a great efuwd which t'1"'f1uf ...... months will b* sent on veoelpt' of 28enta. .
'> iiv H Gag
R be addn ,, << without a I II-I Stamps take.
"d.I .
spoke enthusiastically cruw. |
repeatedly tried l to
about lh . Interrupt tlmevkln .- Clvde St. Johns
.. River
Ifnlted States aa4 ex- but roux hushed each time 1 by --- -- Line

Pressed| btnt*.'u as grateful for the r..- tb" (,.,urt. PluMlly. the clerk turned. to et.n .J.A.CKOONVILL_ and SANt'OHf)
t eeptlnn h. met from President Rooe him, ALAGHUA COUNTY, Stopping at Palatka. Astor. St. Francis. B.rford (DeLand)..".J .#r:3I..1_

felt and ot)>. rs "l'o 7011 vr-l|! h the court to understuiMl. Landings on Bt. Jonas River.

--- --- ." he ak.'.t. "'''ftt you refuse to Alaehus oounty la POe,100 a*re* In Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
area, has 348 mile railroad MO
renew dog Itewl *
' Ten Thousand Poole Hentel**. ,your l nfWe -. iinerYe mile wagon rood M poatoale.s. Is appointed and to sail as follows t Leav JACKSONVILLE: Huni.y* itfll
::. lfc>ratia> .\Ult.t"Ma.. tmxtsooayvar 123 public schools 77 phosphat* Thursdays 8SO p. m. RUGI'QI.... leave BASFOKU M 't'
,., .. want no 'Imtii Ynu must rrphate 3O mills. Wednesday and Fridays )
'.. has KII"'r.lI saw $7 ,OOO eon n iX a. m.
:'proved dl 1" ) speaking. new your llc*>n*r or t.e Ou.>l. Yoa house. flv* ."p\prs, and prod ttoaaMe.owe..t.. ()HEDULB< ..
> u
:.... hen ni ntlnic and as a coos*. know It rzplrnl last n."h.** ae.e corn. eottom. flee sager i.-ave Laird.. panrsapm. ... . . ......'!......JackaosavUl*.. ...... ... . T:7.l.....
y r much anxiety In the "Yee, but H> elks the O..st". oats. rye. potato**. plnappl. . tCyt4'.ham
Harper's oranges. . ....... . ...Palaika...... ....... . & .
lIID.l.C' of l \.n'"h' tb. erol"llD theun- Weekly. peach.pean.. ploms. p*. .:aoam... ...... . . ... ... .A.to.. .......... ... . s>..

'J", .ilrvlgsttd. Unit are already suffering, :..._ eans. and all kind. of vegetable, ... .... ......., ,8t. Fraaeia....... .. . . ;" "l
.... kas !>."'n An abnormal ...wee Ri- following .tted..s r. . .. . . . .. .Bew.a'ordDeLaaclJ .. .. . . ors,
te tav* pxovincjr ref ilujerat rcivd ....y.m am . ... .. ... .. 8aa\ford . .... . Ilrr

t Oantaae and rvndrrtac doing cootlsraalo tea- I waa hoe, away bis sUter from by bom a New*a a Yorker visit wtto Gainesville the County Seat.. loy00am.. ..:.:. .. ... __ E...rp................ .__ .n r

UwwaaadT. pere.oas Lomrlwr.F r I sts .....ss.-. kr -U a p.J'e.4 era tala. Has fourteen ehorefce OEMERAL P.A88..ufD T1CKJET OFFICE 133 W. BAY $T..Jdt'>- '>vUfOa ;

Ink. mU ...* r*<* w.-i... AM Ui* two pabli* P. .... I nL.... .
be-1t.ee bet*'- See U..vy I ..... e.t t s"" aeaoola.lie TJnIrity. of Florida W. Q.CIOOrIEa..Jr 7lssaa as 'Os. !'Ilea yf1 is R.ee baf d.. J. r ::;:..-

Attend Reciprocity Cenf rn ti *. elf M Mt,. ........ T.... ...t.e. ..Las.a..t. ... priratMaool Stat..1tad* Laves wspapt.,. . ....... ........m::!"r.! ..LOY".L' ..,""
: New United oaIee. tb* DM* A..C1I.ff40arrY.a. .. r'.att t..lr.. Y.... Ct.tffla...LlfK..Oe.
i York. August T At a raetl s .. tA w ater. fir* alarm 7tsa.. elect rie TbJtO. u. &(jaK. .M.. P. (; fY l A N- .
of the IxMint of cnvertt >r of the New rl.ttt U..A putltet ::tUhe a4ga* light. two lee faetortaa, .ral Maaaa-er. Oesersl 1 areas

; Tora Produc* Kxchan? e ytsterday. maeaTtst* saop*. three. wood. fa
,' resohlttoet was adopted ...... a.-. .... It.t aotum !..two mos faris..
erepowertn* t**.. ralliaaMla.two ffrtlUar__ (
the Ia.s.t
presideat i tlp.a leavtt ...
to applet
;; et $v to attead th5Lbtta1* cetaufte .......- aM ... etftats.... -il..Ms.. e., f... .V

tkv a/tsisr us'' as t reel 1 -o.tata7. tte.MsiR r. ttlarlg = .:s =- .
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It gives protection at actual cost. Ivxial: men manage it Lull IH"Ut ,my possibility of fraud. It.I is insurance at actual cost and money kept at hutJlt ''

Its source and origin. ,. purpose and end, Mutual and Ce-r pc rat v'e Ualp-one thousand i>orsons bandod.together to INSURE inept other AT COST .a.


For a policy In the ALACHUA DIVISION OF TILE MIT-' whole of that timo there bore only been fifteen death in that I Athens Ua.. as beneficiary tinder Policy No. 4313. iu the!' Windsor
Ti-rM. LIFt ASSOCIATION:: of Georgia. Average coat toPolicy division which It full ami consists of a thousand members. An PryUIoo This had only cost my husband ,p.t1n fur nearly
Holders last year, $.').t9 on a $1,000 policy. Forty HIV veil average of 3 3. .. death 1'ar.. These arc facts. two)'t".,.... The money was paid me" in 24 hours after his death
livi,.ion< now running. $24,80OOOO.OO Insurance in force-now Let u* see what has l.....n the actual cot of a thousand dollars I beg all women In tJeorgia to insist on their husbands to takea
writing more than three millions of dollars a month. Only one insurance of a ninilx of the Clarke county division who policy in the Athens Company. ()(R".) EMMA J. IUKKI.
thousand member* allowed in one division and policy limitedtoll.11" has been in it for the .last four year, and who wa between" the Monroe. Ua.. August 14. 19t):). i
Open to men and women. Initiation fee payablewhen aRe of forty and tift> I'la-s O. His initiation fee was *5.Ot) >,
application In made.. 15 death aaessnteuts. fl t t.. each $17.35. There ha been three!
.U !. from 18 to 30 CUM A.. . . . . . .*3 (0 annual dues $1.25 each total $Ji.25 for four years insurance, oran LOCAL DIRECTORY.II. .
atrt"*,.fronl30to40CI..B. . .... -100 average of $5.R,* to tarry a thousand dollars insurance for a '
\t tt.g net*" from 4'> to BO Glass O . . . . . . . . . . ft OOU t year between the am* u' forty and fifty. A member who is ;. T.'YLnlt.l'l'etaldt'nt.lpatlon, Cashier Firstational
{ from 5O to dO Class D. 6 00 under that age has paul similar amount. In InId line or Hank ofllainesville. FlaT 'l
age'Tliee anionuta are paid only one time. One year. from the stock company at th, anu> age, would have cost tlte,- n.etahers 11. ELLIS S*.. Secretary and Treasurer. Occupation I Secretary
date of the policy, and annually thereafter. $4S.4* per annum \I. there any sense" in paying 44><.It4 for and Treasurer to the Q-JnneUmen I of Gainesville.W. .
The annual dues are Class A . . ... . . . . . .$75 the same thing that >o.i wet. for $.\.H3" and just a* good,, and just I>. IHOKINSON. Occupation, Tax Collector Alachua r
. .'. . . County,.
annual dues are Class 11 1 O) as safe ?
The Thf annual dues are Class C. . .. . . . . . 125 J. )0'. HUNCH. Occupation, Dealer In Commercial Fertilisers, '
The annual due are Class D. .. . .. . . 1 5O Yt.l 'IC 4f Ce4rUs Greatest 00 Ref It $ .. I*. II. nAKt=lt. Occupation. Manufacturer of Naval.. Stores, t
Whenever a death occurs in a division each member i is lire .! iaryle, (lalnesvlllc. Fla. "
callMl upon to pay a death...premium of H.15. According to the PU. F. PKKSCOTT 11ULLOCK. (lalneavillo. Fla.nil. '
statement of the Company made to the Comptroller 1 ATIIKNs.Ilk.. Mamh'i, IttOfi.MIC . CURTIS It. SMITH. itawtborn, Fla. }
ten worn"rnl January let, lOOft, the average coiJvto the policy hold JOHN A. IhK"'s. -crvtary and Treasurer .\th...... OaDear II. It. lit..'$oS. Oaltienville. FUOLIVKR rf'
er* of Georgia last year to carry a $l.OOO policy wan 5,49. Sir: After makuiu a careful study of the" j elan l of "The M KUTCH. ){ rchant. Alachua, Fla.
Paid beneficiaries during the year 10O4 81.000.00. Mutual Life Industrial' .\.Ia..lon of Urtirgia. I have takenout business,written in May 1PO6 a policy in it and l'ulI""I.'r l It the mot complete .solution ,
Mortuary rat* last year 3 1-10 per 1.01'10Olley holders lift insurance I hove 't,-r ""-"11. I UI RBMB OFFICERS.IION I
policy holders 1 have ini>tiranc" n'illiue' and assessment companies and
h..C.1rf', 3-1O t.OQO
l.o&r per I hate decided that "lh,' :Mutual Life" i is as safe and at the J. I.. wKiui. rKu. \iiMT.' J
EXPERIENCE OF .A POLICY-HOLDER IN THE CLARKE name time lower in i-o-t than any of them JOHN .t. P.VUWIN iK>KR\i. MA:4.INN. ] Athens, Ua. trII
fours \ery truly, HOWEI.L COHII.UepeUttl .
COUNTY; DIVISION. through Mr I I., A. house $Secretary sod Trt'asuI n. IInl'o\OS.:\
til'NtA1. AOMMTII.
This division was organised four yuan ago. ; in the re r, $Lt00 from OOTlw I )Mutual.".. of (leorgia, Ilotns' iMHc, un. J. (J. WIUUI1T. '
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'-- You owe it to Yourself and to Society that your dependents be placed beyond .. iU

..... NV,. reach of want in case_ of your death. I-

IL BH OPSON, D i:v-. :Mg-L': _,

OFFICE: ROOM 7, ENDEL BLOCK. Dolt IO5, Caln..vllle, ,.1..


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NEW YORK BAKERS CTRIKE.ou Another Automobile Victim. -l'OW: RA TE'S------- ila.liesihuiiluff

Sf'W'ork.. August 8.-Anthony An. Railway Company'THE
ands of People Without Bread. coma was run down and fatally hurt FOR e

Police Called to f r...ver Order. last night In Harlem by an automobile '
).. York. August 8.-WlUi thotfc which careened: upon the sidewalk a. Special : OccasionsVIA FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTEOF l

::d, f IIt'hrf'wa| out of bread on the It turned a corner The chaffeurwan

!t .SjJ.+ owing; to a strike of "Ko.h. chased tome distance by a tnessenfter FLORIDA.

1Irn"71u"U bakers police tee boy mounted" upon a bicycle SOUTHERN RY
nos. troMcd: the district all night lie was caught on entering the garage Time Table ID .erN'? July P. 1SOB.

Priteg \f order A great etfort will Scores of persons who bad seen* the TWO TnAISlI...\ KA8T. --. ,:F

III':. t",:j1 by the journeymen to accident rushed to where the old composer I .'.Jackseatlllel tlOaO ... 7t35p.m No. tt.D .
"O "1
111" real bread famine. la lay unconscious. The autcvtnoblllst No. 4. NO. a. !fOe Wo. 8 i.
e..t oat this will win the ,triWe.i.r wan arrested was, notified to turn.+f 44 Si On Atlantlfl sale dally.City,Limit N. J., and October re. Eio't00rsday DallyL.T DU/ HTATIONH..UVIB0.M4. l DaU 1.1 Dall,. .... .;1
The l'. KtrlkVcs -held a meettncau appear to make complaint and be was 81 1.t t)6. fu111..+A

c t (| Mj| jjjjij they were den set at liberty t.>.,.?:. liar lfart,. Maine, and re ,if:
rn 'd remain out of employment turn. On sale dally Limit O tuber i"AI'
>It, i 'u hour work I. granted. !I 1.1B05. f.v A Yy\ PM L. A YS.5 Ar. P N Ar' A M fII)) t'OU : .
day. May Get Another Big Mill. 44.1O Saratoga Springs. N. Y.. and 74: .... ... ......_.... .......... ......... ':tlS '
J they are 1.800 strong and 7 ....... ... ,... .. .. }.
O>!umbus. U.. August Columbus return. On sal* daily Limit October .5. .s.! .. .. ..... capS ;
at.k. I Iw IS.,MI cannot gown without may get a wire cloth factory, representing 81. Un.3.00>eS ROO ::1:1I ...... ..... .. DuaMrraa.rfoadMid ....... ....... I. .4"
m -TJS bosses fc however say Investment of Wasblncrtnn. DO. and return N lab .... .. ..... .. .,.... ... ...... .IO'" ()
tey *.on hare enough non-unlon an over 4100.- ._ Onsaledailj Limit Octob.r It 10 ....... ......... Idle tIls.n........N... . . ... I'441' {, '
if :hy caa the police 000. A northern manufacturer has 31. 11:1I: ft. $18 i ......... ._.... I *. "-0.00...... ...... .. .,,;1:
'U. depend on been conferring with local capitalists - HaQII. ... ... ... .... OPJ'! .... .... .. .... '*8 -
.r on the subject. Henry I*. W"xx1nifl TWO THAIMH ashy Wait. 8s ....... .. .. ..:;'I'aootIaa *".......... ... 620
s kr% last nlgbT appointed a considered entering such a line olmanufacture ttuUTKM Nn ... ... ........ Kirk wood... ..... . ... ... his t?
to wait on acting Mayor but decided to refrain Leave Jacksonville i11 p. -., 7i&p. m 810 I .., ... .........!.L01n&t... ...... ....... SIG k '
[toy and demand police ..roT ..4.4 Chieagu.. III.. and return. 803 .. ... ,.... ....-......oot*.:.. .... ...... teat
y and! the police flaturh.T from doing so. on account nr bit lack, On ..!.dally. Haul/ oa 0
of experience In that particular line obusiness. ( it 4.Aw I
T dhe: ,| clubbed many of their I' Other I local parties are now I hle Dlalag.plag Cars."ear r!Mrrt*' *.ra Ipe,loiM a la carle.and detailed 11 Oil L.II 16 L. I ....'.... !lt ntl1e.......1 t 0'90 II.I.ill IOAP9b 800 ;

police say tbe strike Isar"lle considering the matter It Is under- lafwrmatlon cheerfully furnish 14 eto 0 44 .........l11.11.ry.... ..... 1116to 1.,
'i : aa the hoopla sympa- !. I ed application. lass.ng.r offiaa 12 IJI) .0 0a 7 00 .....--Cyril........... 0 t 80 110 ,
''' h h. strikers and assaulU on I ION upon Wet Bay rUrt Telephone. 748.I IS 4400>> 7 03 7 121211I -.......; .-:...-.... ... .... 0 03 ,979 I I IIC. ;c to;
men are numerous.A I J.OLUrK, District l'ae.ng.rAgt. IS 7 IftAr ......NLr P.oo City ..... 0 aX) B, II) 110 1",
Two Negroes Burn to Death. i Jukeoa wi 11-. Via ..... '.', 0 II) 10 AOa J. ...Pala"- .Y. b. r.m a 60 p,I 0 UljV4l a ....... -
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Worm KiII.r.Ion'Komel'7. Dallas I T>v,. August 1)1.. Angle -j I : ---- - - ........ 040 .Ii.i .; Oily, O.: :+ r.J .:: 1H p .......

J \ \ Pus J. Taybtr. aged 5>. a. nrgreMi. ....... 10 -\\i. II. ... J..... I 4* p: . .. ...... 4
UJt .Wane and her oldest daughter, aged 19 ,a.,. LOUISYllUnASIIYIUf[ [( ? ... ... irm' It oo .... 41.. 0. a ,... 4 BO p.l1aGa.I'! & to' I.......
Wrl'4.' hI hays 1 ttl.'a were burned to death In a fir* In a .. .....-1 8. M aAr 4 99 p> ............ 0. 4E. %. P.... 1140 r-......
s. who have been bothered Km: street at . , a 74* p a.U$0ta. C. of 0.. '.... \ 00Lv rI. ...... '
'u tenement o. Ilj L.00M I.
.JI Ibelr U.... I rl.4 eye two-story Several other Ar P AM Ar PB .j 1 Y M ......
an early hour today
t', I r.Ii..e tbetn. whkh failed occupants of the bulMing bad Barrow B. L '4.
..M White's Or.am.rrai- swcapes. Th. lose ta small e Train S and 4 do sat iron between Oala..vill.and 7alrfl ld
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t two doses brooRht four L. a?. BARKER. O.n-ral flup.H..toa4o... *;
'r 'n ono of than. 'he eels two ---... I J. r. MILL Affmu. J D. toATKIZftt. loners A..t. ;
Reeeevelt Fins the PulpiLOyster
t. re One of them measuring S.resident Very Low Rate Round-Trip Sum-: .. . --- .. . . -- .-.. .- -
'' eL.s the other eland was orsly Bay. 1- I. August ,
.. r f Rnorelt late Sunday aftvreooadelivered I nitr Tourist TicketsOa I -bu..ned. iw7M
"ur worm It isaa es-
s.k'1IO.... White's Cream a sermon to the CfcrtatUnbrothertiood saUdallyt* various r.*oru :North I

ra 'Jot'' ..1 Rued for elaUd rea. II not of Oyster Hay Its .... sad "" .c. limited Oetob.r Ilea to r.. :8:. F Du-.ITOJr: & 00.
4-'J' .. dnrlally th. **c.**Uy ofmmnd tara. laolosllaii Ch e.g.. f/ilwsuhas. ,
O.rktie wor"Gi' helps the child cfea.racfer building Hold lag that ..t.> .......... rf*. Paul, leaver. Cuto- .
I bJ"' crwtb wards 0Iu...... rado II"...... Pw bUiKUKsasly .
)1 Johnsoa.fUl moral ebaracter was the W gas low rat. to Portland.Or .

'e ri o C ChrtstUm ills. ... asssuat Lewis A Clark c...... ::e A 1iEBpI
i rouri t a, Via Atlantic anal Expuatttoa ( sip 14 Ma Yaaeseu .
Coast Un. Rheuret isrn.1t sat Lo A.......

. ?r I at mplate visitiag semmer ;h.rs pains or i irrt."oa e xUion. aoy t>alv rlonda lice operating through. sleeper. .-....................-- ... ...._ca r..... ... ........ ni..c
of from Io Chicago.li7 .-I ...... ----._ IrTM '-- ..........___
t =.t Atlantis O.sn part of ib. txaiy. the applieatUm ... .. :: :: ...
I ages.te operating ibnMtghFlortaa .je" .. .. a ,. .....,. .. ..-_ _
arq tea all itlfottaatbrs with tef.t5 .....td.. itoow Liniment giv.. prompt from 10 1M. IXMU with .u.... :.. ... U ...._

rut... lee.eb.dub sadwtr.c r IUr. 1". W. Hotllraa.livaa .proprietor 801- ear a..rtla. r
K.... O T wJnum ... Through loarUi .U rrs ta 0.0." .
aev ntettoaristrates ilouM. IU aia. p,.. raalUilag __..ai. ..,.. Kintaldlaiag G.A. i :mev-xr"LE rx'.a
z "set 0. 1KB1 take '.Pr*.UN I. r.e- .
,111 the priaelpal twg001 oa*orvU I. tk aonUi,
eetatsi with 14l alm. .su .madlag. Bollard's ..oLla1eoe..' Amt.*. Ili-iiM via U A X.rorra4 .
kases .. .. all .... arc .....d wiihUsvs. rbeema. i *.ft.4 a.2h4at*. to sty polo/
M&R sI. 1. rely .......,. J tote' I4o ta or Rest.sad f o* PaJta. >.. ti.
t + lee the bet 1 IM 'IF'" "1r nliet'!i __ __....... .E.. r,
ttttttr w tM.'e ... W .. J.iw. L ... .

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"ws ;- Cottage for rent In Booth GalneaIlle. -' Mr. and Mr. F. D. Warner left yes '

/ OF CITY AND I ICOUNTY' r" Apply at this offlc. def terday for Chicago where they wij

Get your job printing at The San Job spend a few, week with the fi.>rri>.-r'e S.i etkI N Mew in Life Insurance !

CONDENSED I office and you can vote for your favor mother Friends wish them Uaaut,

he in the library contest. trip.If.
An .Ideal
Policy !
I Ira J. Carter the merchant of New- you contemplate, trip to Ca for

Ltt--r of General Interest Oath-! berry, has been In the airy for the pact nia you will do well to eura.ut: The
AH Prmtea
Payments Returned ! !tI
red by Our Reporter IWO day a* the guest of relatives.L. Sun about transportation WV ecusave I

i iPtRSONAL M McCormick has returned from you money on a ticket Iw ton I

Worthington Spring, where he ha Francisoii r Los Angel. .
AND I been recuperating for the past. few! The SeaboantAlr Lloe La t w u"
I Happened and What Is Going day- *. handnome folder announcing: their 11

__, H. This I* to give notice 'h..o.o": Gardner annnal excursion to the eeaohon* and

.. Happen Told In Short ParagrapiaS i I I* not now in my employ, and I mountains Vugust 16th. Lend to A.

That "He Who Runs May Raad"It will, not be responsible for his work.G. O. MacDonell. A. G. P. '-.. Jacksonville Company

In The Sun. 4O? Perrett.. d6l F1&. f,.'r all information

Fish and'Pyodoc* Store. .! George Clovervettle of Micanopy was Particular housekeeper who bar ,, h nitre. a )*liry ,,'kUk iasrv. the applkaait darinc the productive a
Kl fish used Blue Ribbon lemon slid vanilla |M rW4 .f kk> iiffr ..4 tWaw if a* wmirvsl, retwnn to him onwtrrrwder.1'
at Fish and Produce 10 town yesterday and made The San
urge sea base an agreeable call, renewing his subscription extracts longest like them best. They the Pelk-y. all that he ha paid. ;

improve with Acquaintance. A.k your
for two .
i in
VT. T William of grocer for Blue Ribbon lemon and tit
K ,A. Matthew, a progressive citiZen .
the city- for ale at The San of Campville. was in the city yes. vanilla 'lake less. Flavor perfectly. I I.0 S T R:: .g. TIC> N=
newspaper J. M. > of South Gainesvilleha
Old iivfy
He called
terday. at The Sun office
rte. tf and renewed his subscription. gone on a visit te his old home In l.OOU. .AC'f' *i Year Aaaaal lrvMlat) fer 2O leans k3tui1.

LaJi .'calling card in latent styles Eastern North Carolina II. has not Ttal, W9T.SU. v
Active lady wanted each
county, been home for nineteen and ha
year "
II Son to demonstrate and display cample orrioss AT KM. UF TWOTI YEARS*
want some nice alt water botlom been looking' forward. to a renewal of
8.h call up 'phone 183. Salary $12 weekly ; no capital or experience old acquaintance of the sixties for along Cash Or Life OrPaid.UpPoU Or Pald-Up Policy Sab-
y required. Silver Co.. 72OCheatnot Su.oct.r.D..ai')', icy for .1.01l>) fret to Medical Kxaiui-:
John Videon of Archer was a bustIKS S&, Philadelphia. Pa tiinfGeo. sea.,30 U? eo and $13U* Cash nation $1,730 (k). "

viiitor to this city yesterday. The Earnest Workers' Society of the U Daniel, who has been superintendent Paid-Lp.: Loan and Extended Insurance'slaes are the same as
I Fred ROUX has accepted a positionit of the Cypress Company Jar Twenty-Year Life Policy. yt
First Presbyterian Church will meetat
[ of A. L. Vidal & Co. operating in the neighborhood of Fairbanks -
the t store
the home of Mm. C. C. l Pedrick 501
for some time, was In the city !
Io the way of fruit we have banana, West Main street S., this afternoon at .
pnapples and pomegranate. Phone ,1 L o'clock at which a fall attendance yesterday and made this office a pleasant Far farther particular call en, er address.
call His numerous friend will
ti3. il desired
AIn'\ Bevi i.'s Addition. regret to 1.,1'1th.t\ he will return to J. M. PATTISON. W. B. HIGOON.UE3EIIAI
UN! Lee Gooy, who has been conducting North Carolina, where he will permanently .
bow it! the time to buy. See L. C. a laundry at Ocala, hal opened a Chinese ItX'Klf

jljceb. d lOt laundry at 2"3 West Main street, PHKSIDKNT.: ANENT, ;,
A. T, Duran of Archer was among 5Y
Carene.Camp] ha returned to South, next door to Perrett'. plumbing
the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.Mr. .
home: In <)..*ala, after a businesstrip hop. This is the! only Chinese laundry Cincinnati Ohio H Gainesville FloridaTHE
Duran says a great deal of rain has

| to this city. In the city. _fallen_____ in__ hi* ._ttntinn_ _'____ ilnrinc__nn_ the,n_ past

Ladies get your visiting card at The Miss Irene McCreary left yesterday two weeks, but that they are short on -- .- -- - . - .... - - :
lien office and vote for your favorite in for Jacksonville, where she will be the the rainfall for the past two years YELLOW FEVER.

|the! library' contest. guest of Miss Louise Nolan for a few' and it will take considerable more for - WILSON'SIIf

George Oleason and- son of Rocky day. From Jacksonville she will pro. that section to catch up with the average Disease Reported at Other Place

Punt were among the visitor toyesterday. ceed to Ozark. Ala., where she will reported to have fallen in other Than New Orleans.

iunilll" visit Miss Allie Garner. neighborhood. -
New Orleans, August s.' -"broindp. ;
H. M. Chitty ha gone. to New York M. A. Fewell returned from Keddickyesterday U.... r<. It Rogers returned yesterday m. yesterday until noon today there

hers he will purchase the fall and Mr. Fewell went to see his from Tallahassee where he> was were thirteen new case and three !'j f'

inter stock for Chitty & Co. wife, who is spending sometime with called a few days ago on account of deaths. The general situation is some ''j'f

\ liner Smith of Ocala, on of E. C. relative at that place for the benefitof the sad accident to his little son, Mai what Improved. Therehas been one Bit Valutt. \
with formerly of this city, i I. visitingh her health. Friend" will be pleasedto bra, a heavily loaded wagon. having death in lion Ami, Calcaslen parish. I \

s family of G. L. Thompson. learn that her" condition I. fast im passed over hi* body after he had "been 1-
I)r h: 'It Howell" and Deputy Sheriff I proving. thrown from the vehicle. Jlotwlthtanding Death of Mr*. Johnson. In all ;.

.11 Livingston of Newberry were i Fred H. .:ord ..ml daughter Miss : thai the little patient I I. yet Information has been received In

tailors m this city yesterday.Rev I May departed Monday for their old In a bad condition, friends will b., this city of the death of Mr*. M. I.. DRY GOODS

home near Cincinnati Ohio where I gratified to learn that the chances are Johnson, which ()(occurred the homeof
and Mrs
J. M. Devenean haveveto
i they will spend vacation.. The former excellent for his recovery. It was a her brother near Mayo recently.

Orange Springs, where they :I expect to return within three miracle that the. child escaped instant Deceased was well known !ir. this elty, Keeps Us Busy.
rill Tint friends for a few day.
weeks, but Miss Ford will remain until where she resided for some time She
Hon. U: H. Weeks of Hawthorn
early fall. has been In III health!) for several
barman of the school board -- -
was a Dr. and :Mrs.V, M Johnson have months, and about two weeks ago her
rive.. \i.itor to this ctty ye.terday.Tenne..ec death1OkK
returned from Seabreeze Mr. John- brother came for hr, taking her to his

country cored hams, fresh on has been spending some time) horn. Sympathy Is extended to the 11,11'lrt."t. at/
K*. all sizes of chicken and Tennes-
there, but the octor's. visit wa. of family. _. _ __
bjtter at Fish and Produce Co.'* only a couple of days' duration. Ileenjoyed W. C. T. U. Reception.
r*. Embroidtrits.and Lases :
the trip .however, and says ;
Lid tt who get their calling cards the surf is fine at this season. There was an enthusiastic meeting
noted The RACKET. of live W (J T, 17, on Monday afternoon all
at Hun office 25 for 50at. I Wash
\\ It Iligdon, general agent for the
.. hate five in I 21 new members being added. Areception .
vote the library
Union: Central Life Insurance Com
Dte.p will be given by th* union to
puny, ha suspended in front of his the teacher In attendance on the aads.
U JI'U I have job printing to do bring nttloe. a handsome sign in colors It - Slate Normal and all the friends of 4
i to The ::tun otHce. For dollar' cciter-efTr of the American
every ia a ) ,
the W. U .
C T.
? at the dormitory Friday --
artll I tat work you get you have teninn shield and altogether is one of the CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH
awning August IMth at H o'clock. '
the Library contest. mot attractive signs ever aeea in the An enjoyable tlm Is anticipated.Ir 'It

A. > ri and Mr. II. A. Ford and city Mrs. R. WilsM< '

IQihh'r Mi. Lila have gore to the Kemember the Gainesville .\ Gulf J. I.. Kelley, superintendent of

oinu. I" If North Carolina, where has round trip rates to White Springs schools. Is one of the most systematic _--. -__ ____i't

'f ''O.! rirn for a few weeks. on Sundays at only U Train leave and up-to-date officials In the Pilate, (U'
T. F.
\r. r s t a quantity 'of old type GainwuvMIe. at 6:30 a. m returning at STRAW HATSWe and tHoU.... In keeping. everything In THOMAS

tj> f.,r.ale, which, make the IlestVnt 9t3Op. ,;;., and affording' A whole dayat a neat and systematic m...".,. The 'r

Ib .l for babbitting ma- this favorite re.ort Cheaper than latest acquisition to his ofile* I I. a .p*.
t'tj C till .. elal ruled combination UMDDTAKINFUEL T A I no ((0
early at The Sun office hiring a buggy, and pas Mier are enabled plat and account

Nit %r.,1| Itemington Harlock. to spend a day on the. > banks of book of hi. own pattern. Th.

| jth ,Lauer Uem-Sh. Caligraph the famous old r
.0 4 r T Ins typewcijera for sale'tart Henry G l I'avis" of the Hriii of Crawford are still making war on HIUAWHATS. pages being ruled into township plate LINE OF '',,,'

p, art call on or,address this Itai..left yesterday for Itothan. for describing meets and hounds, whit.a .

11' Ala where he will spend a few days MS W,, havent many left, but they portion of the bottom of th. page I I. NEW G00DS.*$
t :% McDonald and Comic the truest of relative. from Dothan devoted to a description of th. prop.

/3t hfO charming young ladies he expects to proceed to Kentucky must tj.. sold. .rty. Th. remainder of the book If -- ",

p.-ll' rit, are in the eity, guests where he will purchase for the Florida' ordinary ledger ruling for the keeping AEenla for.. 'iI l''IJnuuluutH.
W Alsop, 601 N. Garden of the various school ae The
Mt trade a number of horses and mules outfM 'l'ulullitonea'>l
Mr Davis is of the noeL competent plats are to b- used In designating the
one and! Iron F+lltt.; !!i. :f.t,
;wthorn of Hawthorn J. judges of hor.. flesh In the dilate and special sub..hn >l dlstrl.t.. a
(' without that he will. See Our s.Ik'i
M goes saying -
f ; .
,1 s' .. >d Melroee Benjamin, E William G Hpencrrr of bring on hi. return some line .t'JCk. Pretty I in* of Fi.ndish! Ik"'..."'"& -. !'...>-" .

t r among the visitors to -- -- I* often .,au 4Mj by eorve, ul..,. and .'.,..... alte.tU*. U all .alt*Vf VUI ? ,

s ""erdayvlaee REAl THIS. Bed Lounges ,and .anco.. that eat away yoar skin. Wm. II... ..11.... tele.ra,l| .

a of Drew ton. Ala, Iledellor Vial ltn.k. )ll<<7h., ..f. "I prs..ptlf .U..I" '.. !;. "'
1' 'JoT...." .\L' J' tv 13. 1"V9 have used liu.kUn'e Amiss Halve fur J"

it s '0 '.1*; .the will city and for the DrSir t;. \\'. Mall.rtt! Louis, Mr.. -I,var Couches.. .. ul<**r.. ....,.. and eases.. It lath I I --p.. ;t}?
'r the guest of his We have been selling your Tests beet h.ahnK dressing. I ever found." (inlo..vilJ.,. Florida
r I*. M, Toinkie, and Wander. Hall's threat Di,o,,fry. for Just received i from etory and prices H4M. ,th.s and beat eats, barns sod I I ;;
'. I-ovslac. right s 'al.f.. 2M at all drug stores jguaren
two years and recommend it to ."I"r.. t.e.s. I I
-b.ence from the city of i'i'l"1rlf
Ihtt suffering with kidney trooble' a* t-iiiff .. THE
..on, who ha. goo North the best remedy w* ever lM Your.A OINTINEimU.:

'. aU"D. Officer Warren truly, J I. \'. *.t :.IIT.l17 IClUf. -f
J :":O.HJ. while Crockett Kit I "
u -- S Srf\ MOUNTS 'oir
Mttion .. night officer TEXAS WONDER. Big Line of

'r' l)ir-tory Is n'H only
Wcnod .
r On* mail bottle of the T IM
a to the library or offic. r. Hall's Great Disewvery., eur. all FURNITUREof of/jrlt.ain/11t1,1s
od '1. All the .)
"0 nvewelty a re- kidc y and bladder trooble. rmov I nut

t r,ng of local la form.- gravel eur... diabetes. seminal emis every des..n.t m and |>rie... the choifXMt of tho now on H

,, wondr how you did aioo...weak aDd lam. bsvsk. rheuma the low..t flit. b..u."d.
r.. l'br sale while It
1l hem and all irregularities of the aid.I
k etorw. Auk to MB) them, din thuy
f ..,* and bLklder la beta men and
:',ar trip" hi*old home: women regulates bladder truahl laa - -.-- tnnot lei cliJ'4l'hl.d l to ail.

Ip J .\ Harvey<< P. KobinH I Id r*a. If trot sold by your. druggist, vuntllta in it C.U 40.

; oj ( report that his& will be seat by aaaJI oo receipt orl..
J Robinson who Isr One email bottle two mooUi .re...-

x I* ao& ->ayU3g U.* ......sad seldom fall to p..rf..t a Phifer Brothers Fine Fadeless Fotografs
Peens ,,, N Imlona Uo. 'will hrtar.r.. Ufe ijsa..

n .T Col. IboUat-- ..r.4 for ieUtawW4. $oid b. aU'jI. SMITH'Sto
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