Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 25, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01155
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
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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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AAT PAMA4"t HAS RESULTED.
AM, Ja River Changed Its
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%6 wlh their Lives-One Lt.
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barely esoaped with their live.

THRIW ACID ON-MOURNERS.
"oIft r lT u." Religious Car.p Is
Attkeelto at Alliance.
Alfiasib, 6., June 24.-A (:ds
of protaeltoaat aid business mn;i .t:.d
Stpdatw from this, city. nunA ,.;::.*
Attt thirty, attacked the "Gift
1 0glgiouS 09ap Ju3st >,-
O t t ri4dy night and! i-
etiitWd thI .nore than three hun-
Gr4 ribil9rs with acid.
T *o ap aI run by Rev. Levi L':p.
... Tb .tlckers were armed w;i'i
,i.ta .8q ',- id With diluted -ul-
pIot ftsaod." When the crowd ieah-
04 mp Rev. Mr. Lupton anI
*dat the s qre devout of the wr.
lerp worn knewling at the "mourn.
rW' bft and at a signal the a il
wa hrowa all over the moiurtiri
Rev. M. Lupton wa" so badly hu::. d
that it waa necessary to ca!l a dx-
tor. No arrets have been aI,i"
POUNO HANGING DEAD IN WOODS
Net KnOewaWhether Man Was Mur*f
der onp Committed Suicide.
MSIa Ga.,, June 24.-.M't ir
e., t e40slloctor for the Wood FPi-
ault ,es o of this city, wa
anud ad t te woods near Ocmn.i-
prs f riday **eaing.
Sl WMgy Iwa Angling fr)to
malUl lib. Wlre he had either hant-
I Mmself 4r parties bent on f'"'
play bifr omitted the deed.
Vwry pot ibeO invstig.(ion tait
og a S gxa&de hba not yet reea: ?
W*at1* It *ielide. and i 1t
oeved S am was murdered.
Dates W". a& young man. ani
Sd" at his Gleties whenmis-l (d e-
p 1to Osmale*e park dl.-C,
g 1. 4. q Sfe had beer. x
tlM tral .iIs and tht ac".
Cor bII' Or that of some :e
else. vu .olsUlted to broad L'-
light.
wr of Tram Nr West Point."
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-iwhits radisut4k.with fttraa~ %Wbtl~ oa-o This gret
t~b~blo~ k aoeorage l~.Amwicaa inkba TOW become a
sow. eM h. v.6 ~ jlacehausbola necessty. invaluable in
W. fnabiuffIbuge e O t o ut s1Ia eb ndthe tibu
wo w" a Oe sprgs feIn -, whUoMt.
SOL ~ Afotit wantand offers
UI~~~on k9 4 gieW for v pgep i*h~ e Mg inrs1di.Nss-
0011iOoll VIT*N* she has been, s ,eposilom as OVaf~tWW UWdIt helps to
~ihj ~esaii ~fte br-Nmt, Mrs. &OW OW =W.t jgPst te* uvntPobe.
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jys. you be* "s dollarout of everysonvllle, where ebha. spent more or ____________________
~~~ Y~~~pe spt wit"hanme Ifrlpralarm by ie ilo ltr r.S
~s wl b it. ~drourmp* 10e, ,.CaiA a. lMr.tom ewas' for
who vilper **.* ant; 1A Pao", (Meh~l

will DWW Aln he resigned a few nmotha Asnce Xa@'ot4
seek w ~ uinibf~r o, O$ee.. cAsher eq the /Iaatsr' OOEMR
00" Becuft AwkI Jumem ru, iana. a'Is
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01 0 t'o NetO'I#g MG SMbyW1b
*4man4Amrlag ms 4im 0..ft, n Pq. eb
whltw* INs~ ss" obw emu
equipped wiek t .t,.at a8. ftbu "m.. T
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Another tf
Raleigh SWatur, ud
ed within two
| ng been the la4: Pblli4.
ney by the LI '
* es tragedy qss^oifi
This VaSAY man6
B otwithatanding tt ^gffr l
,aes were no Wq -.- ,, k
negro woman, t eame .f .bo
ould not be le. e d.
death, and WlIard I lli In
Imor, lr~l and w oim. to
the Levy coty j iiat b to
maswer to the a i
There was ia t a colored
church near y. hlich
WIlUard EZ tlltied. It l i tat
the negro wasl rOiak cahn e
liquor, and Hwa, yt het(Bo. e
was ascompeanwe by / 11$ Irte, Wa
BllUs, and re iteW 1 ps ip ,ro
woman to tau Afl them in
a spring wagon wheb te wee driv*
The woman ascepteo ead the trio
drove away. W f Vot a hal" t a
mile from the ch Wthe woman re-
ceived a alletwe eye sm, fall-
Ing from the wan and exAiring tIn-
statly. The baCll iwS W -sibre,
and the lBrt gth d b eect. '
The murdered w a s left in
the road, the site of hurrie4ly
left the wagon and tn to herw home,
about two mUle 4dstat gad MBis re
turned to the picnic rpads at th
church.
When the crowd wal informed of
the murder Elli, with the ot .
went to the omene. e was saecued
of committing the suhwer, but denied
* the act He wo perfectly co un-
til Deputy Shael AlaW aft"o&Whed
the scene, when he mi e all po sbli

baste In reItreat but Wa eaptu .
placed under arrest with bnb stoer,
who in the meastime bad returned
to the scene, and bot.were placed In
Jail at Wilstom. They were gmven
a preliminary heating Mosday after~
noon before Josti e itarrt, ad after
bearing the evidence in the chie 3I
lie was held without b to await
the action of the grand ury. His is-
ter, Mary Elli. Roage Miller, arly
Miller and Gates Rouadire, State
witnesses, were released upon their
own reognlsnee.
The residents, both rest, are very
indignant over skI a"arealy old.
blooded murder, eS It Om' be that
violence to the urdaw will be rm
sorted to. /
AN INTERfSTIJG RaIAGL.
Judge Masom Peftsmed, Strilk
Cerem... Me..y l t
"Is disa plase whar er et r
P&plrs to be mrt "t semi"h beky
voice trom the dowr 4 r9 Jdge
Maon's office M1cadr m ntg, aWd
as the genial Judo l0od up M4
discovered a am eaSlr- IM at
the door, he realt:
"DiI sho' am S taee. What W &
I do foryour .
'"Jedge, heah am y sablgd 1
we want& to tie dat -kaot what dun
Uin' us to&e & till ea" wa the-
I rompt reply.
"An dat atet no He," jolnd is the
The pair mhtpes--e It 8m a 3a5r
hki h those pregte W agUer W
The old ma^ bat wrtSM a -H
5* Lad brwgt to wtale tBe aere-
mo('EI WhUe the p^opv. ho ld
'as accompanied by "a- o her *we.*"
'Alu right, com si -| t n-y,"
. markedd the Judge.
ihilt he -a in t e sa Jtig
ot the liense prtf-ahy t Mi.
1a the bride swee Ugt me i d
*o the iaesg fsa l seears
1tie.r the | aH takes a r
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in m he I'd bite him," was the
repose of the bride .t
"Well, being a you have no wteeh
I wil excusee the salutov replied
JudgeMason, as he tolded up the
lilenf and collected two doHars for
the fee.


SULPHUR IRIN6S HEALTH.
Purifies the Slood and Clearp Up the
Complexion.
very-body needs to take sulphur
at thi season. Nothing like it to puri-
ty the blood, clear up the complexIoM
and remove "that tired fegoo&" But
the only way to take it Ito n liquid
form. aoock's Uiqud Sulphur
tpea Internally is the beat d pring
teaNie. Applied eternally Haaco'
Uqatd Slphur quickly cgnres Besaa,
TetMer, ad all Skin Dieaes. an-
cook's the only Liquid Slphr Oft-
met, removes Plamples. Dskhebes
and ores sand gives a beastifal s!ot,
velvety si. Your druggst ell It,
It cured Edward D. Herring otf reder-
ick. Md., of a bad ease of mne-a, Mad
he writes: "My facetso as lmooth as
&a lateAt "'
Allebout-Sulphur Booklet fte, Ift
you write Haaeock IAqM' Sulphrt
Co., Baltimore.

Judge Myers Is Plesed.
Judge J5, T. Myers at Wasreas,
president of the Consoldated Rlty
and Improvement Compeay. i In the
ty. a guest of the Nrow Hom .
Judge Mye t* es of the most
prmlaet real estate operators in
the South. Hise comopaay only handle
highlass property. He Is direettlg
the rand action sale of Oolleme
Park ote, which is to tale pies Jly
Ad ad 4th.L He seas lie t
seaer hbee Iterested in a re as
WlY, rea etate propoeltom the
that served to Investon by te C00*
fteo Park Compay.

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w s baby is ovefi wd
ant-ay ma at s ^it isrt MA
wath wWu. WMtIS OCam Ver
fag wX d0m Uwl eose s wV s
N "r N- -iVw. Oae trsSl
awagw mo O. t it s triaL Ii rfe
O ,IV. a Sp W. M. Jlem,
.Aeien in Steb k Essl s .ftf
ew Trt. JSue l*-T*e spem&-
aO e W. w. SIhres, stock broker
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,Cont i e ,M/bl *sdhm. a
&womhnS l tiss with
Dela 1 petioi, CauSed pats or weht la ilun, ikee,
by of1') Vf ftlWredidI and oInw. eo ae -
-aur wuer the eyes, Mn
ablMtyi r Laip. fe* h ltbUther Ogi of the N I-
The -- a ta of* WOW aolB fe nlo* o ts om. MIo Tl5 KA C
B ?*.be o lnet t w l ,,
vitle, wi i oe b oi te most .. .. .. .. .. 1
modern outh, win o. ie Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Co
complete. will add another last It m be the eas ... h.it. Read what this
Ing and bIolwl improvement to for Kate A. Re rn30 eat 4Street, ew York, who writf
the city, o Dear Mrs. PlnkhLanm-"I owe a debt of titude to LydiLS
Contractor SBeeman ha experienced ham's Vegetable Compound for It hba avd my life. I safIr

construodU of this stem, walh / ame a ndwell. tr.g s
has been n uloned by delay in q. lls, ha Vetl Capd made f rom native uq
celving tMights, trouble in retItaing ma0B4 1 e6M s male Goinaate sah asnfM 1adDlamom"





deliver e aand we hdvo ap

lenced f gret deal of trouble la hold- W .. PHIB ". H. L. PHIFER J. A.
Ing labor, 6 th account, but we oou hm m d al
not aff to pay men for day to '
lay in ( will upon thi mn-h t
terlal, I ou. -y consolenUoioly that
when thi aptem is competed H will 1 1.
be a y-t-t hwt whice no csity tthe *i. ,. Ic Dama -t
of aOalPatlueei or even lharIta can leeme
sbe asIfir. I have euptgood .nxtr
care in thing otruetto of themarkeis sys
tera, beeman, I had plenty of time W, s--fro afy frm of fmale I I an to
and I feet*,ilydent lat there Id not We MtlTelthe eOoon of MematD in rnert, oorporatni td rNe
a more t system of the railroads tohAMIal t

or any iIw elis considerlna the bostn. Write ao or emlt sa# et. I B. L. Ifg,
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of seweibr iP termns account, as ntwe o. W. uEvld Vie*Pledeal La OGaAM. At.0t





Cnot affo T pay men for days to
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you e on this high-class
Si14 S to 24 months' time.


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fare refdnded to all' out-of-town par-
It lots. Ti*g f ra, opportunity to se-
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itedihSy Gga fTot of the no ,n-
vtty aGdis and every lot -
Mj begntih wi th otifiet
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pranoit" sidewalks i
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name Isn t, be Crompton,W "
mw i^ Sand rrU Ole of MT.
Tons P AST Mr G Wounded.
C.g May. f oude ealt Se D, The sho fired by John mBill.
Sto~ S jt _i 4 it, hewDEu an Italian l ute from Bo |



or gi' I Teepreviou) he Wet Polt. a., Juns 34.--t am
I oadits, e tN had lot his ltt ey$ aplay t entbuslast. Aeetlz of fifty of Wet

--- 1 l at"h n. Friday a api C. 8. Bs-
000n ;r, psbied ei:Belannt'mV U S page at 11. orn-l kr' press, A'l t
and contas alla the ww 4hIt nated for th? legtelatre at 19, Popu- ing of t Kir
1re, loc, st d t, d U epl Pl l M
, poag fr, tS U 7 Sltd n yer lat cteda 3 .Sbttl. fa Hajedorn
________can___._or_..___i__standard bremir in Tmas to ad J. 8 Umtk, was apponted to
SAl .diertisinl bills btels 4r st" M 1O. while he 'a in' North Iakota stire ^ t of way for the e.
pearanceof ader tlMstttt, iht tel on hatt r
,IdreEpt m 'or .ct pol ,g, ioticl he T Eh to ,n0-,th theA. a. .
W eA Prequlred to pay Jon y. ~ Ork o thirt Il



farmers and trackhe o t t ion 'Pa c iTtify In Curta
ofe months, anly a 'si dr >b A1 tbrz' prepared to senid 1hlm f Investita the Seriff Shlpp eam
lod. thea crops ha b aMy sot turatk the books and te ppor unit oneed uof omoday. At the nrst
with a yield moulent to keep the e deirted. BSo he went to the pub es-ion an t white clergymen o
balance on the right i The i old ehool and college etttas ChaUanoof te called to testify



from the farms in thtis viit & through by'eabon Of his acute me* as to Ship arnter and as to
been remarkable, co ietd1 rl th ay. meeting of Cht attanrooga pauto e
conditon of s the weather.i a, A o tUf- o h eoIt the monens l of Ma rh .T
lers of the soil azre erL tt COTTON PLANT o. ,~ba Al.t on whic Jp t na.



-eO was lyaW. which lysohlas
The ood Chrstias Palath The toHowing tribute to the cotton mfr th the

are open to those who das4 e. 4'e W ht a royal plant It sl! The t
last sMne of The ThanneeraM of use w .f in attendants on ITs Mlit o IMmtj
that city announced that therelato rf rth. The shower that falls whs.
be a featival and dance at the WFe prita a ts leaves s hard arund T919 i l uosl L
behool ouase, near Palatta, o the th earth. Toho sun that hitnes upon w' e t b ou tt.
evening of Tueday. Jue 'S, the i.s-J tempered by the prayers of all ill a b tWimn gla with
proceeds to be devoted to o the p The ost that wtenran te thenyo Orsn=
poses of the unom 9uaday chooL tio W w that desoeds from the tlinglndlcalesan
houe, owunhalthohalitu*d.di posb. ~ UOUt""o



That's about the hottest pW irtld atar ae noted, and the trespass of l nbilt oe n.
The Sun has come erea reeOtoy. a little worm on Its green leaf iM dse H it M.
iere to tpalnd then tdie adviom of tlheim e. it ic ait
W. o n. ly.su h fa u Ias 1 v m$ 1 ,, _ .. ...__ i.-- r -t o fh a t i.A.W


neted withthe Atlantic OaW, Ue.
and one of the most poWi r ad MSo.
ceesful tranaportato u a In the
South, ha wbewen appoliefd general
pUassener bgemt of (o Atlanta.
Bihingbam nd Atimateo railmM ad
with headquarters ta Atlata, Os.,
and assumed his dutleo o the 18th
inst. Mr. Leehy's nameros friends
throughout Florida exted Conugatu-
lations, and feel 'ure thbt he will
make the "Bee LIne a & thf& and
efficient repreeeattlave.
The TImes-UnIMon, which an Sau-
thority on fish, a well S MM- other
subjects, says: "The topsoam 'p
is now the mot wdey diStrbted
American fish. Perhaps the Govero-
ment is yet to learn tht thne mser
is not worth hias em W taem the
Place of his better, I s 4 madAouO
detroyer of spawn ed In wry ro-
pect an undeserableo tI n M L The
money 8pent o i0 M to M.t 1-7i
'Ited-he is. posltlvely hornnel Mmd
turnlihes neither ". P t O NOd
"P't. Our iFloda. : U 15 hs
cougner, and ow afl towar i*
furishes better and m tiothe
1'od Put out the oap and a e or
IflIh as preferableP '
Th, Southern AlMU. hllib by
, A .M. C. u e 0. 4,, "e
"t of public l u
da 1.luratiowAl AsnilO M tfi e
-'111tu to aay of Her11.'s w u


Saturdayy last en e~Ig-^m.
;pie lla s
"* ated the huf
; 1Ha co rted, at -

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poLt. It its old fm tm t asait
put forth Its .tdy shoot. Its Ibe
is curet In every beak; pad when
loosng IN eSee to the .S,. it SatS
a mNay banner that stbrle the du
of the humble taroer. That man is
marshaled uade ag that will com-
pel the allegiance of the would sad
wring a subsidy from every nation
on earth. It is the heritage that God


u ice oN *mi
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The Atantlc Coast Line Rail


Peopleall o er lrdrilto the AJanetiow
uple~o~ldoer floriwhdulatte the Jamaztio os
Aon Two~daily tralz~each way with through,
an Buffet mm Oau


8eson sxty days and fifteen days.imit 4
ticke on =ale daily from April 19th to NovTn
at low rate.

0oach x-ursions at vwy low rate. ,&
For further information swe your nearest
agent or write


gave i0 this people forever as tweir at ncow E Aummy, wts .b
own. *ben He arched our skies el desi, o&S in F RAN K C w V
ft.eb :-*d our wountains. Eft A.ab0 **S S -:a"m- FRAN K C. BOY LSTOI
wa he ooan,.loosed the breeze. t ea ity of being cosmpelt s o often
pe the mseshine, aad measured thedar. da a dto m
;nb. Ours and or Ohudren fM's _S_____
ever, prinaely a talent as ever iwod. ItIt ama e ine
iMh treswi case. If yoa need a medices
Y _ou m d have the best. Sold by drag
.A.Fckler or e of thisyee o t vesa a ple bottleend a
widely known newspaper m t f book iht tells an
te bas puirha ou d tle pleat of ubottboth ltftreI
the Bahlnbridge, Oa., Dally TrI ume, Kl.0co. Bin0-" Add

and proprietor of that paper.. M. writing timlon this ep nd LIURailway



""' "" RI OAPUDINE AnW I NE W YO^1
to er as a writerba. Our a style po make a sta th


It e"N m1f bo d.rllmr. ,o RDm EXe 8 0
i esy his own, but with a t orw "aS
bb ere ad prers afciate. It gon with 'SVANNAB, OOLUM--IA, 0kM 'DU




OU sayin that should the Pe o C MoerpPuE RALEIGH, RIEp t
DAlslips and Dcaetur couy tve t..d"
a.athe proper support.,y wIN WASHIB6qON, 'ALTIMOIE




se y iSmmty. Our bt of to RES Vol=
iu g the Bo te F.ackler. e e .
1t TaI evere dep seed eag. p



eta wobe an, M. d r SEABOARD EXPs
ow@ of Omas f . Ncorfatol k"A
210900 WCe*stataesasme
of mpw tleg 45-a- A
allo swam Modoro Pullmana g&e.



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be ~~*iiiMilerLaw zh.

Disc 0 v*814 of e Phone No. 265; Resideaet~

L3LIB, JR.$
S.Tate ti..~ h
nine l YOM.3uD ATTORNEY. A TLAW.




theallw jAK33, MTBESON &B2
P "no2"A1TOREYS.AT.LAw,
%wic ,,llOUIORS IN CIIANC~l

.1 9 ISaui~us *~NS VIl=,Alachua Q0.,4
ok 14,00.10" toHajinans Blosk.

orb - 7vUWVAND BAYER,
or ma ipa&ATTORNEY AT LAW,


tim do*atot _41 ."Hyou. 3ity property,
W&aag1U, $d unimprved),
-A- ~bI los ms&by theandfarminglandL.
#0 444 ow, g *l~whatyouoffer forsmals.

9F, : &.. imeb yaa. Tb. 3 A, OARLISLE,
d% Q( Soi~ ATTORNEY AT LAW!
holdw44 mk Cm 6 01i kWSolicitor in Ejina

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Itwe should lIWOLS ' S -W MARRI CET. mow 04 409 4P,%,0%
declared that he Oin1g0 MI l dna Pout:s *r "
cart b ,ture welat.'r^g.^. .MarriaGe 1.01"I
fuJl l".-The aat- BAwadsuvirle I od S4-Act-
ezecution were w* .. i section with the Ing in her capacity deputy to her
~men, the malintetS t w. tf i.uet. father, County 3( rd Pfonta.
n m two hiUadre m :B a te O Madison cunt t.ppl, -dn that u Reposble, Hv. e a Policy Correcty
I fell a distance Of a Ose O iuervatwe eitl1ate, aud Pfott was ma-rl hi able 'to ofen it1 of Polleyl OWtrao end the ompapsy
fmor i minute. .8 adw an, W talaea in the keep the fact o more than L O pt- "
sad Andrew banosto)fr 5tBea1aalps byo s, three hionthe.
1104, MSt an tWis rtora and .an1m Proiay Mr #jWade1 a tlls;
Johb abrouder and uis wiith one of t*6 %t s telling him of W es Ma nat. r i Assured
Upon the 01oapl8. 4t11 VS rem=ia at rfage to Albert L A A s u e
Slstatly klld d .ui. . Miss Fout: ho t to the mar. O s erioae lous tIan overcome you without you have som 4
ded. George Bnila : ^k to fthe strtkd btfbe rage lIeense bJaln l* Rled oAne i t d *
bjt Andrew Wl oasftUMl id T -6 0xttnd to other dit.i o.- for herself. takld:i*r. that It was
tbe penitentiarT fbr ywi L ds o 1term1ned. Thftoal nIot placed on the B. ld' Il
Wrs captured, Was tritWS i : 4alon ool0 l Of f cals-- I-t '
uad sentenced to be ,hMj. Ibi d esaferenoes wI As Of-. Strange Ru f Heard. t llOl *
played in the Jail at' AJtERO of t6 o lvoa. it theiy ru me Uaion Springs, A.h le 3r .-Oa.
iis escaped. rate, the t egrap e th thIi ft4iner p ice, i iS. out, rum- eae bat l.lible OimpaleW Represented.
e incident o*Seek e o led 04., tCh tyrg bi'useAave theeart, I d for so1
ration nla the AWmerIeN S U l oauaercial telegraph bs.- dayos the sonlds *6smlB to come
the day and bour f 9i P W t -week. from the ground certain spot.
was set and only 8i? I~la ;In*he belief Is that -1s a sbterra* 1 C
the time set tor btbWW iIdent H4iI Wil Q Fish. 'ean treani, -o'.by of ol, and ar. lagapiBI4hb drnlly fumiahed. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
was receivedolrom the ive'f Ne, oYei, JoAe Jalse raugments have .b lade to top It.
o1*( resple of thirty dayw.- haltI*a of the Great Northern A well will be suai fw te potat where
thirty days he a@0 W.1 afte, VIEIh a party of Ave or On the nooes are amo pp neaced.
the time of his 1 eee1 tv ti lpnds, have started r Caa ad
a few weeks ago he w"' tju aaiBU letblsg trti whichMr. Bi 6City Charter U oq <1Wtutleai. STUM S. *O3DAN. W. W. HAMPTON.
et until a newspaper 46lsteh t taken "ry yearlor a taa t. Memphis, Tenn. erute 24.,-A spe-
M at he had voluatrily AOs Mr. Hilr guests a yar eial to the News'-4 lter from Jack.
Wmelf up In Call(orls to Are GorWe F. Bftkrkw, prMtlit of tho son, Tenn., syes' tat the supreme
a, nd asked that he be est Virst National bank; ,Samuel Thorns court of Ten.neses utarday morine rg
Georxia to meet his tate. Aa Georoge Clark. Mr. Hill, .after handed A6own a deisiia holding the
Bundriek was broaght bek r tf heSt. Lawf-nce, illl new carter of th1 city of Memphts, N A N
In Jall In CrIsp 060o tb hi is yaebt and fsh tor salmon o, the ad at the Ist .seelon of the
still continued his pte11* e0 at of labriaor. l l*etlslature, ao. o nutonal
to get some retlirt at -'------ t iae, -esa pUt- o PORTBR BLOCK OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
was carried before the pri* Sodes buried etretly it NIgi~.. NOTICE OP TON_. ,
aslon ant several of 1 1 'L tboan. Junoe 4.-The (wo p -----
liencltelasenst Crof a -p sons- killed by the pollee while l- An ealton will 1b It no
before the omaiole Sa pressing a, political demon dolle Distret at tei e Fire, LIfe and Accident Ien boldest &W be
inmatatlon of B3adrineck' s uist ,ma mler rane. rlo,. hl red Thurid, July 110. lWlbr the punr r i f ae A n ll t l too. d eet
The prison commltels de- his retur here from Oporto "it, o*r e Ima
to Interfere with the sreafte. were buried -,a1y .i thb dour. U
maior granted Bundrick a tend. t thi 1 i3 t s drde? d manw. d fort. mft Y AaBY
It: and the e W u feat Pr. There hba a t. tp Aj a C IPANY
before the prison ooUbltdIs her of tlshest betw polloee n ft to ooted
again declined. thO pael' In wth of the lItN s, oUbdi. 6 two
ter were ly w ad numer. run 0 "ta. Po WM oven at
4 o'elock and Alm at uAst. The
lionaire Buys Prize Painting. ou arest e h tde. aokwgf ae uerr baWe beo
sbur ,Pa.. Jhine 21.-Authea- appeilated ,St f !i :
ornia.nm is given the Associated wlnkhead et.leet. J. A. Tbauen ... A. TAh .... .. "
fiat R'.h;t C(. Hall. the ll.- Moiatstomery, June 24.-Pres- Owfeus, one whom ado as
pr. srlrent of the Pittabtri dent Pro Tom ma, of theses- mo-0 like BO of I& 1-W
Eve>,nce. cleaed negotisatpas tie, Sho is said that the e1-. $ = uo.*g^a I a "I .
ble Tl4-da. night with Gaton Iature wou' ve to elect Bank- 1 . l
oahpe. of Pirih ,the aftlst iAd a to the to keep faith in any Chairmaa BrE. ftbLat.
tor. for the purchase o 4 e people. He 1i- .test: J. LJ U& LLT, N a. O A
," the paitinfg tnat woa the Afrst tiuated ti a ma to defeat th.e Ws .. S A A. a
of $~1io in the Interatienal wishes of ary woula met .- .
*5 a? it~- Carnegle art galerry Vith dhast the mas who leds HAS 3 D t1 .ee^e t 00118"n".
i'A ih osed on "da. It. Capt nkhes 1t her" and "- I ML ske IVu e a d 6NeW YoVrk
Sorn ascertain the price paid e.ret'cis 'donce to his eleotlo / Ae o* 0. doeth wAY ,
WC11P i' ave beh untuocess- by so ov M1ing majorltV 1 Aegv Ig
l .a~d that $5.W would 7
a refult of La at no* A
a. g at the. Carne and or L

There Are Pow I t
who know how to talk. ft e am
Ives-v inajaalerI _


et eos jFiled 3tAa ILLo ond 0AN t ;
btodyt t s WIN"w.A g
im tsb ap* tarmSife!5*l A^ 1w JC ie.89
ftheiraw I a _0 OF _JA .
by W. 3. le, and. aoordtS o : sppaed s eel s 14, Jasftaeaon
U ****ad eocists there are not 7bsuMseYp, .
SWI Ie Idha lk@alhi Mo to &1P 88 wes A 77 *


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AL AN . O ,IAL .

0 Happlw and
ppn Told Ina
h.t *He Who oR-un ., ,.I,
The Sun.

calingtl curd IbNt

oleI typew*iftr &, m Af..
Bkoffio ', A.
B. Stringfello of JllBBJI
the city.
G. bampon of BoaDid*a W
city yesterday.
esese for sam at tA 60%e
l poer hundivLd. .
oghed rooms to. -AMAt. -
ort Pleasant tet.;
doe best private I
bIdeas altl U llbt
L-Lower o, om,
ed Mrs. Clap

to the big oUt aBtPi
t theGaitm r

best typewriter r MOb I 146,
for sale at th"isl e' fI
tch. Guaranteed.
Br.sh of Jtailot >ts it
days spent In bthis elti Oa
Bha returned to hisble6
H. Ford of Oqta wa, 's1u
who spent Sunday in til rt
r at the Brol n oMr El
J. M. Halle and tW 6
gone to their ooontrr
for a few days'
have tlt Refriai gg At
ad others should havc. 1I *pT
avye money. Oatnestv *06arai
Co.
Helen Consay, formrly of
dcty but now ot Vaidoti, Oa.
on a visit to Mrs M I B.

A. W. Thomas has tu ed ti(
Williston, war aSOg"d
points, where he has be M
for the past west.
T. Chesnut of Arndo4r Wr
e city yesterday, and aMis Tte
an agreeable and prolftabe 'atl
Chesnut is engaged in tthe gac
business at that place.
ktle-One pair ok\pe .lh
wagon and haramn: irabek'als
Srst class. For fert* 'ggvti
rl apply to. J. R. Baacles, 4
0l street. Gainesville, VM.
kL W A. Adams and' osw ta g. I
IM McCarroll. formerly 4 tAlt
Sbut now residlang ina Ja e
here on a visit to Mr. 1W
L Beck. Friends are dul
K them again.


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bi/ trawntat hisstoe tat ou re ur
of GOood.Nonsi~rshads
144bsi t OU til
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to" an basm g0r4ft.
~tY~i~t~hy. or will trbefret he1p ood



siippg sent esteday aYouw Set boyourrs. n nthem wotatthe wersl
bmqat see sav
~~~~AMl -.' 1I ywody o em71, nd* eeat; "me btite pos tab tsaefgr?
t~ 4~.hW ~outs oa bus. ~vo~ ker. fle' ~udinga riendhisoosteore thi~$13andyu resure
X w cdlghe a d t oePo tunlb pe yrd
thiceau poiots of a" HonestrS14orchondisolfor


h. epmto NI trill. 6tIs th *eytrd M.
ftgvi ''ht4dy. 84 ears~v 'asTone of .'Gooder.,Lcs eGoe

Is, a*' at a g gre visit to

i'e~ e ent o nalRfIshar. W u rt~n9! ed oW 104 k b hio f aMnbydhm whnwesl
s~wu. sn~v~ 1A pree6. boe vit **. fw ."su ft. twii ndsew rade th ad



wemired an1 .. orders ler q YanY4


w1t ha.,Ia aboes. ohPesis. Theo

Ves~is tWe Cimtyaa.* ima'sar wlls O" Y l n ne of hato *O Whfto Oftos 15A,

ft" ya r'ssicilspjrinated-I Ha t sbatponcia Wm vi;ote wsseVkPn
5tMP* gnu ktdays work IatheOwn andCEthe
at isasocbko, prim- to guApril10ly.Hewealallc Stobo
paeed ~~ ~001o ma o1JckknilAMsp wilsllI D
lataftted ID pheepato miing I is IDth9 ciy on visitto p ed ee il at 10oageemgy"
ilkters 4I V artIOMfl. 9Jadad

leeriishis W.l_60__
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