Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01907
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: 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: June 21, 1903
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01907
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
 Related Items
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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*00,:6st.I1NG .WHISKEYM

7pile Rev. David4 1Jta, D.D. was srT' is
wiaed at a late hour last night by tih
%4alrshal Pinkoson uporA obharge of seo. D
biitg whiskey without a license, and ar.* 'It
raignedo nimediately in a special sev

4on of the nayor's court.
Redosia Harrison was sworn, and
ieptifedtthat she paid the Rev. Hal'l
75 ce ts for a pint of liquor., whereupon
IHis Honor Mayor Thomas assessed a
ffe of $500.or sixty days in jail.
Hall went to jail.

;:^^ ttt t itshealth-givlng waters,. ., -
a ratet glorious Fourth Of. List, f Various PlacrC of Worship
i.^ ll .*s =\Whore People May. Attend Today.
krillrhot be a half-way celebration Services will be held at the various
*ii'Orverything else the good people churches today as firllows:
Wr thington undertake, the occa- r First Presbyterian church, Rev. T.
:glo will be up-to-date in every re- P. H-1. y-Preaching this morning at
1 pO t. and those who attend are rinot 10:80 o'clock; Sunhay school at 4
only promised a good time, but some o'clock this afternoon, and preaching
good speeches as well, Next to the tonight at 7:45. Subject for both
Long Bridge meeting which opened morning ande"veni g services, "Are
the campaign, this wlll be one of the You With Christ or Against?"
most. important meetings of the year, FirstBaptist church, Rev. J. B. Hol-
notwithstanding the long time in ad- Iey-Regular morning service and
Saite at wi~ti Its ti being held, It has preaching, b-ginning at 10:30; sub-
alr."4lydeveloped that the campaign ject, "The Unknown God." Sunday
Igoitngto be a long and earnest one, school at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and
an d those candidates who do not at- preaching again in the evening at 7:45.
teo the Worthington Springs fune- Subject, "The Duty of Service."
tlon may regret It at a later day, for. Usual services at St. Patrick's Cath-
the fteanotbe a."bell cow," and must olo c hurch, Rev. P. J. Lynch.
fall in behlind. Ohurch of the Holy Trinity, Arch-
All lubernatorlal, congressional deaoon Gray, rector-Holy communion
and State candidgtees will be invited, at 7 a. m.; Sunday school at 09:80
and lrs expected'that this meeting a. m,; morning prayer and sermon at
many matter of interest to the "dear 10:80 a. m. Subject, "Christ and
people" will be o4fsoue ed. Modern Amusements." Evening ad-
Constipated Bowels. dress at T780o'clock. Subject, 'Christ
To have good health, the body should and Empty Oburches."
be ke Ip a aiaie condit on, an No report has been received from
the kebowptIna moved aat iveast ondon, ad Kavnaugh M.thodst church.
sothAt fll the poaisouwus wastes are Tilh public Is cordially invited to all
expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edwards, places of worship, and strangers will
142 N, Mail t, W, K anSas, receive a friendly welcome.
writ e-: ."I have used Herbine to rfgu- RO.LLING BLUFF.
late the liver .and bowels for the past
ten years, and found it a reliable reinm-
edy." 60 at Johnson Bros. Farmers Busy With Crops-Singing
....... School-Personal.
M_ TIRolling Bluff, June 20.-We are en-
People Are Making Preparations for joying some beautiful weather now,
Celebrating the Fourth, after having a few days of hard rain-
Melrose, June 20.-Melrose proposes it g.
to aelbrate the Fourth of July in a The farmers ere very busy with their
proper pat mannr. A program crops, which are good in this little vi-
iii ]proper patriotio manner.- A program
i being raged forh occasion eity.
h bwin aang dat orhe p ; riLast Sunday was our singing school
There will be aipicnic at the "Spring" A good many were present, aud
east of Melrose, with speeches, reel-
tations, singing, etc., and the feativi- a bountul dnner wa spread
I Mrs. J. M. Stanchell of Archer is
c? ties will end with fireworks and a visiting her sster, Chas Nb, a
dance at the town hull. All are cor- visitings acr sister, Mrs has. Nobl
disily ,m . it this place.
, dally inritod. I '
Mrs. C. E. Caidwell left Tu esdy for Mrs. Julia Moore. and daughters,
Mis Mses Matudo and Florence, visited
her annual trip to Springfield. Mass., Rex last week
to visit her son, W. N. CaOldwell. W I.. lwre, ho v d ie-
\V. I', loulware, who visited naiiies-
Mrs. It. T. Rioliard of rampa is visit- s
ing Mrs. 0. (. l'Husband. villo last week, rturied hotle Sun-
A ThO lumber for the large two-story ay a B l o
addition to thle Whitehead cottage will Dy and Mss ello Halof
s: .: oon be ,on the ground and W. H. Leo )Orange lHeights were welcome visitors
i will conmence work at an early date. to our Sunday schbol last Sunday.
SWValter and Ed. Townsend of CAn-
Quite a lot of Junoe bloom is showing ter md (seorge Shorouse of Hope
SOn the orange groves in town. wore in our midst-Sunday.
0. P. HuflTinn and m Dr. Ourti l have Dr. Walls, an efficient dentist, whb
Gone on a trip to Tamp, Sarasota and ls been stopping' tt Mr. Ward's, re-
the Wst Coast ogeirally. turned to his ,ieo at Grandin last Fri-
Rev. John Waters and Dr. O. ( --- --"
Waters, the exeuitors of thiestatu of Chamrnberlairs Colic, Cholera and
c Rev. A. It. \Vaters, ro expected to Diarrhoea Flemedy
'be in town about thlu 28th inst. Ia everywhere recognized as the one
The many friends of Mrs. M. 1i. remedy that can always he depended
thie of lo rd, Mas., e pon and that is pvlasant tr take. It is
; r itohie arof Ooneord, Masn., wert very iwpecially valuable for sutummer diar-
' 'or to heavrf hor studdn death 1" rhooe in children and iss undoubtedly
the thlst. hehad full oxpeted the means of saving the lives f at
tobe horo again ii ihto fil I ada I t great any children each year. For
.eve0 engaged her old room ti the sale by al druggists and inedicit.e
Hu tman 1 rouse. dealers.
y Kodol Gives Strength TO MEET TUESDAY EVENING.
Sl byenlabling the digest ive orgati to di-
S gesIt, alsmilate andt transform all of Citizens and Business Men Will Ar-
the wholesome 'food that imay be eatenu range Fourth of July Program.
ttto he kind of blood that nourishes Our people imut not low. sight of the
.the nerv h r t li or the entire body. Kodoul oys- and eitien will be held at the Counuil
.. ppsin Cure ourest lidige.stton, ya' thamberTuesday evening forth puOr-
pp sli., Catarrh .f the Stomaich and all pon' ot di'iseussinli a pruoramn and
s lltma01tdisorder. Sold by tediftrd .making other arrangements for a
| .. M n J lFourthof JTuly celebration in th is ity.
| iiummrh Tourist Rates Via Atlantic It is to be regretttd thnt tmoe ltutiion
-^ Coast Line. could not have been taken at an
S Ticoket, are on sale via the above earlierdate, in order that ,xeursion
pi:ptar route to the principal summer rates could have' been arranged for thie
; resort throiUghoui the country. Tick- occasionu, but it has been decided utmider
ar., ,l goeod : 'pt.nuig until October tho O.lrunitianct.e to iiako the cele-
,81st, 19Ip, t (lOeraI...tapl-.or privi- bratml strictly of a loeal nature.
S c' t lowed The meeting will tie called at ,
: :;l;:..:: a orto m e oflock prompt Tuesday evetin, .and
0I ,ioskot q i i twit.u,-i terested in the ity ar, .'itialty
,! gtet, Jk ile it1 la a invited to be preset.


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Seld by J. W. aicCo"lti, u & o. (

Offers VeryLow Rates on FollowlngDlatei
Colonist Pickets to oClifornia, Utah.
Nevada. New Mexico, Arizona, Colo-
rado, Oregon, Washington. Montana.
Idaho, Wyoning. on Wale until June 15.
St. Louis and Return
June 18-17.girood to return until June 25th

San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National Encampment G. A. R. Tick-
ets on stile July 31 to August 18. Good
to return until October 10.
Denver, Col., and Return
On sale June 1N to July 9th. Good tore-
turn until Augu.t 31st.
Through Pullman sleeping car daily between
Jacksonville. Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooma,
Nashville and St. i.ouls. Free reclining hair
oar between Nashvllle and St. Louis, and
through Pullman sleeping car daily between
Nashville und Chblfi.o. T his is the only double
track line between Cheago' and the Ohio
River. for full particulars, tickets and pamph-
lets address
No. 1 Brown Bldig., Atlantia, a.

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
One Year. ............. $1.00
Single copies ..... ......... 10

A handsomely illustrated magazine
devoted 'peciially to the interests of
thi fruit- a nd vegetable growers of
A special trial subscription of six
nionthe will be sent on receipt of 25
cilts. Stamps taken.

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10AA M00fti S. 0jt!;: ti O lf tAh.) (I 1lA( loti() for
treaty ),e t rt uc nbitl'y. t fr'e book

Ppoite S. atent fa


Juit received an assortment East.
man Kodaks. Films and other supplies.
Developiiig tirms at reasonable prices.


121 V. Main at N.

Nic Arend's Saloon and Caft
Jack.o4nville, Florida

Met, rvriantta lach from 12 to 2 p. m.
IartholomWay Roehteter, alstq lm-
port4d Wurberger Beer etn Draught

Stocks. l"ish. Chops, Game in season,
it ordtr. Pool, Billiards,. Bowling. Stop)ing
Alley. IS0 W. Bay st. t

em *o ,tc1Etrcvt court ot ko aldl.1th lJuotlil at
< 'i'vujt. 1i.t'al .i AlIotiHeu itoiy. on twhe' Il>t
(ta of S eIt,'enimwrlAo ts I; ti ftvo'-of A. t.
U0ll a Co. ar.i j .lrery asi) niie>
aiiI tay virih' rt alf swdt atte tad s rviulii
oeti ttie. i A. Ik l tlk tn staid ent.swe
I% th l Jui4le of t f $tt JI'JieOIl .0trmut o'
Fi rwa. I., 1-', e*smw*e, "s sheriff o af.1
St.Ato iat moluft', te levi d ,lirxn sm a. ptt
preoi'rt-y of ime ti't J. )1. tryer. ant iwi0 1.%.,
St piili< ou e'-, in *10 town at lgh b$I1n'..
'lorWltt. on Moiil. o. *0W day' "Kff Jutin.
I. s, (turitaiw ltih It, % o s o tof the. io.o'
lnaticd.v tor'*4et lgorl y y, t wit:. t lot
bloe whlkv e.ytn bA"teI %1 laMe t.0 iew ,-eok-
)O lt.,0t14 lt't il5t ea ,, sod,
; wtw;*ao-tii~iito r wbt^ tt.
"^w.' bt^t~tO.

UNE ~1,

C onstdaert on PROMPT PAYMENT o eL0s.E .
We cover these important points and respeitfully 0'
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accidet anid Health lslrance

Agents for the--- ..

16ietor Safe and Lock Company
Cl d-Oi- n -n ra:L.'ti, O xb.-i:L
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat- .
ing the purchae of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault,, will save moneyf
by consulting us. OCall on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

If a ;'. : / T

Ai Line Railway..

7 I 81 56 I SOUTUIN DIVISION I 64 34
9 8 a 9 00 p 2 10 p v .................. Ja,4k I,v le ......... ....... Ari .50 a 7 t 6 ''
10 l 0 54 V 2 O p....................Baldwin................... o10 12 a 03 4:'
i 40 i 34 p 4 20 p .......... ..........W aldo .................... n a 4 4 a '
1220p ...... 4 O Ar............. AINESV LLE ............. 7 e i |. 1 t180t
S .. .... 4 50 pLv ............ .. -. .............A rT 753 a .........
S45 ...... 7 4 ..... ....... Cedar Key........ ..........L 615 a ......
1 .... ...... Lv ................. SilveT Springs.......... ..... . ..... I. ..... 5 '
I P O' a ....... .......... ........... Oca6 n............... .. ........ 2 8 1S41
2 65 p i 0 a ..... ........ ......... W lliwood......... ........ .....1.. 12 6 a 11
10 i 7 4.. p
5 10 ..746 ............. Orlando ................. ....... 0 P b 25
4 14 p 442 a ... ... . ....... ......... de P ry ................... II 1 089 4
511 P 43a;.......................... lant City................. .......10920p 46.
708 p 1 20 Uj ....... ............... .. 'Palm etto ...... ............ ........ 8 80p 1 4 .s
7 28 Pl 46 ....... ........... ... Manatee............. ....... .. ... 2 5 4 737
45 12 30 p ...... ........... ....I.. ...Surr sota ................ .... ........ 7 00
S 0 pi 4 ...... .... ...... .. ... ... p ... ... ivi ....... o
Lv Jacksonville........... 845P 150p. V J,'kuville................3 a 40 p "" .,
tAr Flrnandina.......... 1 05a 0 op ..... Ar lake City....................... 51p
Ar Brunswick............. 120 to 5 p ....... ArL v Oa ..... ..................8& 1.04
Ar avannb........... a ....... Ar Mbadison...................... 561258p
Ar wlC irfa...a...... o.... Ar Montieello.. ............... ... 1p
Ar leninarnk............. 8 61 ... ArTllahasee.......... ...... .... 940p 8 28
Ar ,olumbia........ ..... 5 .p 3 t. .. Ar t uincy........................ ...... 417
Ar Camden............. 740p ( 4 a ....... Ar river Junotion ............. ..... 05
Ar Hamlet ................ 9 5 p 8a06 ... 4 Ar Pens'iacola................. ...... It
l Ar Wilmington ............... 206 .... Mobile .................. ....... .. 5
Ar outheru Pines......... 11 I p i3 a ....... N Orlans................ ....... 7 25' t
Ar Raleigh.................I I 58 p 10 41 a .lv Jacksouville..................7....-
Ar Portsmouth........... 800 5 5 ..... .A r Msct I n....... ....................... 5
Ar Richbwond. Va....... 68359 8 12p Atlanta .............................. 7 15 0.
Ar Washinglton............. 10 10 to 8180 1 Ch i.tanooa a..........'.............. 1.00
Ar Baltimlore ..............11 a125p i Wnshville..... ...................... es5p
Ar Phlladelpha........... 186p 26l".. ....st 8t .,.i. ............................ 265as
Ar New Vork................ 415p 80 a....... Chlen.go ................................ 914S

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, exce94
Saturdays, from Gainesylie.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos.'56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jaeksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.



Jacksonville 1 <(1l
Calling at CHAR LESTON, S.,
The Finest Steamships in the

Newv Yor
C., both ways.
Coastwise Serl

^' 'is



Clyde New Enghland aud Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and
PHOVIIENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways,
.&Southbound. ..From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound.... ............ From Foot of Catherine at., Jacksonville

Clyde St. Johns River
lYetwe'elni JACKSONVILLEi and

S!3 -*, O-, o*t r

at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand),andl Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River

Is appointed to Mil as follows:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:80 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday .
j Leages aniford 9:30 a. mn. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
stead do SCHEDULE NrtA t
L.eave 3:3,m ...........Jacksonville ....... ,... Arrive 2a s
4 .......... .. Palatka.. .... ..... ..... .Leave 8 wo0
3:t ) am .. ... ... ... r ...... .... .... ... 2
4:30 am . .......... . St. Fra ci .. ..... ,*ti '
.. ............ RBereoford (lDetand) .... . .
Srrive : an .... ... .. ... ....... ...
R 41 NEN AL..PA, LP ).TICKET F$1IOl, 2t( W. BAY I4 T4A*0 w


^^fi^* jliim I.la and, Con..
) Well West Thoge
SHae BeIen vrwit e
1' to be Pteset
i plHngS, that resortqin
(1ptua whlth htas become






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i s hipi ln there lgto bi
e1P'ltak Breee.
r Eiwi a e coundB tyJ.w...... .l, o e... o 'r ,
* riiu wannee county will Vote on

ly e woeetus-

661t Ao umrn, 10 een ts a
SI aen Oet, for eiach a4
Savertising RuMIe know

li plii^ kun is an elat-pngre.
W rbished every Mon-
U ,I- iai:. eontansr all. the
S. e Oopl. state and gen"
ll ^ bo alled. postag e free, to any
1 $h' Uit4d states or Canada. for $1.00,
4 #0nn advando.e,
i otaWbng bulao oone due after firot
arliofe Pot aodvert wqment. unless otherwise
lt c' 'traot. Parties not known to
S*I1 be reaoulred to pay for advertising in ad-,
V04.Adm440 ,as, THE DAILY SUN.
S *OAINwVhlvRi. FLA.


question of isui .g ,$140W000 worth of
ouis on July 7tl4. Forty thousand
.iljibqiused for theeretigAn of a new.
lour,t house and $100,000 for construe-
i1on of hard roads,.


Newsy Items Which Relate Solely to
the Fair Sex.

In whatever you do, do it the b8st
you can. The girl or woman who
works in the shop .it kitchen is better
prepared for the duties of a wife than
the idler.
A few days ago Elorence Nightingale
entered upon her eighty-third year.
Miss Nightingale has long lived in so-
clusion and in some suffering, so tlat
thbe world hears little of her now.
The Philadelphia woman who oper-
ated an unlicensed still in order to
make money to educate her jwo sons
hsid a commendable motive nro doubt,
but shO didn't go about it with the
right kind of spirit.

PENSOIONS FOR THE AGED, After marriage a couple should love
-.. each other just as before,abd more than
i iPublio sentiment is undoubtedly that they should give each other com-
growing in favor of pensions for the p~iments. Don't let a daypass without
aged poor in lieu of caring 'for them saying something nice to your wife.
sending them to the- poor house, The "Mother's Birthday Club of (Ger,
Ai d the day is notwl far distant, in the onany" has Just been formed in Berlin.
ottiAon otfmany oidoe observers, when Its object is to prevent race suicide,
i the natonalgoveprnitent will pension and each member on the birth of a
the aged poor tho saie as soldiers are child will receive from $200 to $600.
now ptalioned. There is an entrance fee of $5 and a
i I this connectlp9 Hlo. Everett quarterly subscription of $1.
I fat' has 'n tlitires tlig *article in the There are three women station
TJune Cosmopolitan in which he 1 says: agents in. Indiana, all of them sole
"Let us' now consider for a moment telegraph operators, freight and ex-
the advantages which the State, as an press agents and baggage masters at
organizationn, would receive froin such their'own stations.
a system. As matters stand, the man* To keep palms green and fresh look-
a ,agers of 'asylunis, whether for the Ingand remove the dusty and faded
poor, or perhaps for the blind, or the appearance of the leaves, wipe each
In'ant, or other invalids, are always I fatseparately with a cloth dipped in
at their wit's ends to know what they milk. This will at once give back their
shall do with the aged people who are natural gloss and fresh green appear-
a rowded upon them. The almshouises dance.
qtf town-s itid counties aro filled in the What men like in wives depends upon
sBam way. what they want them for- whet her for
"Now all these old people are bet- companions or servant. "A wife is a
ter cared for in the homes of old very comfortable thing," said a Hiber-
ne-ighbors, or old friends, very posai- nian. "She's there If you want her.
bly of sons, or Of daughters, who would and she's there if you don't want her."
i re0eiveOhein and take charge of them Strap effects are much inr vogue on
humanely if they could receive a lit- righ shoes and slippers. The high
tie ready money for tho extra ex- shoes may boe fastened with eight or
S penses. As society orgatniZes itself, a nine of there straps, each ornamented
very little money goes a great way with a small buckle in silver, gilt or
In the average household of an Ailer- bronze, These straps have superseded
p* loan. The moment It appears that a the colonial buckles on low ties.
S grandfather or a grandmother has Catarrh Cannot be Cured
$,100. aer to hi god till llltt \1ith local applications, as they cami-
i0, we shall find that the bbirden thrown
upon the State and town in their asy- atarrh the a blood or costit dtional
lums is reduced by a larger lropor- dis'easo, and in order to cure it you
on, Othan by the chrgoe made ,by the lust take internal remedies. lall's
penalons uponl the treasury. This thet
opensonson th he traury. 'Iauathe Catn rr(l Cure is taken internally, and
pension systonl has the great advan- act directly on the blood and mnueous
tagethat it maintain life in homes, s ,irfces, lal l's Catarrh Cure issiot a
S-.- and that it abates the incessity for quak medicinee. It witas prescribed by
s1' great institutlous or aslyum-ns." (otni of the best physicians in this coun-
....__ __._______ _ ~ try for ears and is it regular prtscrip
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oit n, t is eompose s

flon. C. M.l rown of Ocala has with- known, combined with the best blood
drawn from the race for governor and puiritlers, acting directly on the mu-
teitois surfaces. The perfectcomn'bina-
wil support Geeral Robert tllock of th two ingred icnts is what
for thie inomiialtion. The inatl reason produces such wonderful results int
assigned by tiemitral Ballook for mak- curing catarrh. Send for testinmonials
ing the race is that he feels that his free.
d'. J. CAMNyv & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
8tt, wits disgraced by the recent ld bl rugglts, price 70e.
Legislature in virtually repudiating 11all'a Family Pills are the best.
the voontract of S. 1. Wailus with the '..-".-...-.
State of Florida for services in conlno- RURAL ROUTE3 a URE TO COME.
i^'1 tionl With the Indian war claims. Tho
General was a tu'mwiber of Congress Postoffice Departmert To Put Them inI
S when Wailes performed a portion of ration.
the work, aild his testimony before the ,h)ton. 2 "--1; ,,,
Senate judiciary committee of thle I c t' h- 'r',,, ,t.'e i ter -,y ,,;s
.Legislattrre left no iroot for doubt that Which w(- 'l ', 1O1 ,Ii 1a ,, At ho r 1:,,A
S .he believed Waliles was entitled to tl! ,lt. In. the aiuiptprIotin for tha I
every dollar ho olahtmed, General ult.- serve antl d a 1itr, l u'mholr of route.c
look, like many others, believes that will hlio 1t int' ,i:,'.Ittui on July
the State should b ithonest in dealing the ltiliningn of the ctw flsetil yvo:r.
with individuals as individuals are ex- 'I1' l11" ''1 1 4 'a t" 'u1 h're
pected to be' in .dealing with eaeh at'tr will' \ .' "t.''"'sh t', other, andli he does not mine hi, words I 'ly as 1 IAI'. < :. '-'t wh thol
In referring to theoe mItimbers of the th. it'e l f r ,41 'e nm iustra
f to th 111 s as It th ni ll'. r (N
Legislature whom he holds resipontiblo mihs e. ',;i!d to bo' on tlhe l'ut(
*''"- .for the State not pmy.ing what he con- in order tl, ierur,.the s.rvie pr'oha lh
S-,' : s 4lders an honest obligation, lltH ie will be oior. st41tl tthy a4lltre' tO' ant
qw.. rplo.ine year. and it grieves him fewellr v'',X'i,1't1'is nt ilo.
sorely tp think that he ainy go to his Th,, rule ,,itirt. '.s thit no service
S grve wfth this disgrace hanging over shall be sti'l sh-1 onl a rtout, oun
his beloved State. The peopiot of t)eala wh ,4'h t heo'r nre !e ,-s< than 10o) fiiamiie
have, promised him. a vivorout ean- nl.lt< 'ex\'eptimis are nltde for 'nni
." p isa.- '. At ,', a ',sons. r-'utt,'s are to bc In-
vest'i:at in the order int which tapplij
A large atpmtber of the State patperst ca'ii i.':; thr.'-m cie l<,'.! -
tre i"m~tlentlo g Ediitor l'l'arrw o the 'A Serious Mistake.
Oca1 Ban'ner as a candidate for State -. C. l\t & Co. Is the hnaue of the
supertitandnt of pube instruction the gouini Witch
Sa the Banro he wtSalvoe l itts i the Witeh
ot a.tdenial on the part of 6lr. liar- la nt a. SaIvt that heals without leav-
'iA that e is a prospective eiandidati, irig a Fsr. It is a .eorious. mistake tt.
Probably t8 thatt he .is in the soe any other, leWitt's Witch Hzsl
ilt~lt tl!.@lm, wh0t t Salve curest blid, bltwding, itching
*^ Ifthis is e ease. when hl protruding pI11 burns, britlap,
I e ohtd te neat primary e telim and rt salls diseases. r Sc i'by
t*r*"t e $n likely be1 B odiu rt a0' Mouoaum. J

*"A X .' 'M


Stoves of the Middle Aes,.
The stoves of the middle ages and of
the emt ofh thle ltoman empire and
tlhroughoult Gerriany and Scandinav4a
genornlly were built of brick, tiles or
similar m111terlal and were so large as
to he stntioinary, soitctimes taking up
the whole side of it room, and In the
latter cou-ntry in winter the couches
andl bhinkets were spread thereon and
the family tis(e theul In leu of the
beI4ltetits of subsequent years.
Thie fire wns built at the bottom, and
the h\t .illnl .nmoke poiss~d through vit-
rious Itlues, diistrlbutlutig warmth, before
tlwy mantle their exit to the chiuney.
Some. of thiim 'were faced with porce-
lnlu a111 wr'o highly ornamental.

A -'ool'0 ntort.
One day"mt tile court of Ferdinand II.
a silly coulriler ftunced that he could
iinmus.' those, ipresernt by his frivolities,
mwhl ii-oml)t1ilt d Jonas, Perdlinad's fa-
vorite fool, to answer him according to
his folly. Htut tthino Ilentaged the court-
ler that he shiouted: "P'ellow, be silent.
1 nevr stoop to talk with a fool."
"Well, 1 o.," retorted Jonas. '"and
there fore Ie 'good enough to listen to
me In your turnn"
Madetre stlsutd Ruads.
In the whole of the Madeira tllanda
there artt' no wheeled vebiles, for the
roads anrt tii rough and m.iuntalnous.
Thetrt aire, a few heavy aledg~s drawn.
by bulloekts, but thle favorite mode of
locomotion are lammieke s lung on
poles ttul t rne bby nutives and basket
sh'egs., The latter are imsed for do.
sending the. nitountilnai and are atlil-.
ulily guided Ib a runner behind.

When a anall works beca tle b is
coniplleted to he is nievet a ood work-
a.a.--Atchona Glob -


vust 4ts tle Jaw.
All hoxe'0 kxpow tJe knock, out blow
on-the point 6f ie Jew. and noa tow
hav lively regoiwetozrii p w at it
feil.iey;,b t fprotilbli at obtl o a
VU m 'hit hee.ae',ti'ite und TO' the pe irmier
yvaiuatile results. The generally l ecept-
ctd t'eory \:.as thatjtl'he ilpf...t tta veled
l:*eit thlotg:s the sockot vt the jaw to
tla y bey ,'.-ipe Of rhe mbraht, which
wUa stunied by the s4oek,, but Mr; J.,
G. DhlicuIa"on,, writing in the Btritith
Medical Journal, suggests another ra.-
Owl. . O ,
In the ear Is a set of canalillled
with fluid and lined with a delilcte'.r-
rangeement of nerves. -The action et up
by the motion of this' fluid on the
nerves plays an all itloprtant part in
tohe process of balancing tW body, A
sudden and violent rotation f .the head 1
produces a ,correspondingly violent mo,
tion of the fluid. The knock out blow
planted a (ittle to one side of the jaw
in a somewhat slanting 8lre tion causes
Just suc la rotation, the mi clp. which
regulate the turnln hof'thfe head being
comparatively weak, pd the result Is
a complete loss of the power of balance
and generally of consciousness also.

How Somen Nurses Are Abuied.
A young nurse of my acquaintance
was found early one morning uncon-
sclous on the entry floor. Upon inquiry
the doctor learned that from Monday
morning 'till Thursday night she had
been without sleep- or even enough
time off to bathe and change her
clothes. Of course she' was extremely
foolish to permit such a thing on the
patient's account as well as her own,
but it was her first private case, and,
feeling shy about obtruding personal
wants in.a time of general stress, she
had relied on coffee and determination
to putl her through. The stale Joke,
"Why, do you have tds.lt.p? I thought
you Were truinedl' unfortunately con-
tains not a grain exaggeration. I
have gone to a lIlse where' after a
day's nursing, a night spent in spong-
ing a typhoid patient, at 10 o'clock on
the morning of the second day the
nurse was still in charge. No one had
given her night lunch, breakfast or
e0von a cup of coffee. She lhad been on
duty for twenty-six straight hours,
working strenuously all the time. Not
a member of the household seemed
equni to taking her place or Indeed
dreamed of the necessity of doing so.
Later It was rumored that this girl
had become Intemperate.-Mary Moss
in Atlantic.
Book P'ubllahing In the Middle Alges.
When in the middle ages an author
at any European university desired to
publish his thoughts his book was read
over twice lin the presence of the au-
thorities andl f approved might be cop-
led nn(d exposed for Wale, a practice in
whl(.h tlie l terms for state licensing
bney he remlily dIstlnguishedl. It was
evidently m cessary, however, .to keep
a strict wtcli over the persons em-
Iployed ill this business, and the stat-
rutes of ti i rtlivrsity of Paris show
that the booksellers wero subjected to
i very severe discipline. They were
obliged to keep a list of the books they
sold and to exhibit their scale of
chliar'es, i(nd they wore forbidden to
lpurchmse any manuscript till it had
been duly approved by the autlorltles
intld publicly exposed to view for four

JAS. M. Qm


AaAM, Presrodent Gao. W. HRYD, Vice-President



Capital.. . . . . . . $50,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 20,000 00
Does Oex lualvely a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the State Solicits
the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations. etc. Interest allowed
by special arrangement. All business transacted promptly.
El. E. TAYLOR. Cashier.,

Gainesvillo & Gulf Railway .Company
Time Table in effect January 4. 1902.

No, 6. No, 8.
Daoly No. 4. No. 2. No. 1. No. 8. Dali
Exo't Dally Dally. STATIONS. Daily. Daily. Sxo
unday Sun

Lv P M Lv P MLv A M Ar. PM Ar PM ArPM
7 45 ........... ..........Fairfiel ..... .......... ...... 600
7 ............ ... . ....... v ......... ............... ... 6. 0
8 00 ..... ........... .. .. Dun arran ....... ....... ........ 4
8 10 .... .. ........ Hickman............ .. ..
8 16 ... .. .. ......... ke imonton...... 6 80
8 ... .... .. .. .. Mi nopy ... .. .... .......... 6 20
S88 ..... .... ....... .... ...T om ............................ 12
8 4 ....... ..... ......... irkwood......... .... ... .... 5 00
8 ...... .. .. ....... yatU .... ... .... .. 5004
85 ......... ............ Wobe o t......... .. ..... .... ... 4 5
I9 45A ... .... .....W aboo .t .... ,44

O Lv 80 L 85 ....... vl. .... .. 10 A 90Ar 00
11 35 8 66 6 8 ..........Bellamy...... 9 45 8 40 2 3)
12 00 .7 10 7 10 .............Cyril..... 8 80 1 8 25 1 60So
1 20 7 18 7 7 .......-.... Graham. .... 822 8 17 1 80
12 40 7j OAr 786 .... Pon City ... 10 8 05 110
8 10 8 a0 ... Lke Bulrw, .& F.' 7 40
11.... 00 Jacksonvtlle, J. & 8. W. 100 |i... ...
90..... 68 ..Lakecty,O. .& F .. 7 !
1 00 8 6 ....Talh e, F. C.& '.. 1 43 p1 3 15
...... O 11 ....Valdota, (*. 6 0 p 5 35
...0..... 3 ^ a 4. 10 p ..... Maon, G, 8. & P... I, 30 '2 4 a
... .. a t 10 ......A. &tlat C. or a ..... 1 o i 900
r PMr AMiAr P% I .:Lv A M9Lv PM.
Trains 3$ and 4 will 'fot run between (Gainesville and Fairiteld on 8unda'y
L. E. BARKER, General Superintendent.
J. r. HILL, Agent. JAS. M. GRAMIAM. President.

"," ,. ~.' '...' ' : -, '. .. '.' -. '." .


I 0o then your system is o:Ut of balance, and
there is a flay- soMuewvhere in your co*-di;:ti* ain,
idd a possibility that you are lo3sit health, tool
Thefall ingoff in weight viay besl1igh' ab:I: aitahe: , ,
a wonderful change n oaet's looks and feelings, and
unless the building up process is *bctu in tiic,
.vitality and strength are soon go::e a:rl health
quickly follows. If you are losing weight there is
a canuts for it. Your blotd i. deterorating and ,
becoming teo poor to p-opcrly not-.rih the body, and 'it 'must l.e pui'i
and c::riched before 'IcVs v,-w:it i- rc-Tuincd. It requires so:uethinlWa ste
than an ordinary tonic tc build up a ,:l-e constitution, for unless the posona
and cri- tl.t c.re lur -.i in- t to blood are destroyed, they will further mn-
po\vi. !the blood d.n weal:en the s,,ystci, and you continue to lose weight,
In S. S. will be fund purifying and tonic properties combined It
ti':only builds-, t:p w;.n': crctiutions, WN RF AN
tut e:irchi:s 9.t "ad deCtr.-:.s grm WONDERFUL eAIN IN WVEIGHT.
and poisons of every desr'ptio:n atd :unteaille, Ala., Jan,10, 1908.
cleanses the system of all i.uputii:Lcs, Bornme years ago w7 gonopra health
thiu. l1.ying the foundation for E. gvo wa-;, ay nervous eat4n was
healy, increase n weight any good till I bea touse
and future good lL.h. 8. 8. I commenced to improve at
Fcoo mlay be i.ou uil ad t.o o-dce. 2y appetite booname splendid
-appetite good, but still the system ind fro:a. 1S5 pounds I iaoreased to
weaken and we remain poor i:t fe:h Ico. I beoame well again by tikling
unless wliat we eat is prope- ly diges-ted S. S. a. nd would take no amTount for
and turumd into rich, pure blood. tho good it did me. My health is
S. S. S. re-inforxes the Stomach anid o-w pox ct, ana I believe if every.
Mids th- c.- ctic.-i and asiailauti o- tocly wou1l ta30e a bottle of B. S.-B.
food, a: : tiere i. a rap id i a i occasionally, they would enjoy life
o a: tie.e i5; a rapid up d? d:n o in.. W. INSTON.
of hcalt:t ar.1 s 3enth. 2. S. S. n..ts
promptly au;;l bl'::e'iciaily upon tlie ervous sy;temn, strengthens and tones
it Vp. adil rdilc.es the strain byprodncing c around, refreshing sleep. You
can ti:cd n. o .'c .o invgoratir,, as S. S. 8 ., and being composed exclusively
of roota a- herbs its use ic attended with no bad effects. Old people will
find tiat it braces the:n, up, improves the circulation of the blood, and
At- stininlates all the bodily organs, and
I ','t ^Pa person s of delicate constitutions can
take S.. S. with safety, as it does not
.te ^, deanmintera the Stomach like the strong
Sier.J remedies, but acts, gently and
S'ithout any shock to the system. Those
'wlho.e feelings tell them they are not
strong- or well, and who are growing thinner and falling below their usual
weight, should take a course of S. S. S. and build up again. S. S. S is
recognized everywhere as the leading blood purifier and.the safest and best
of all tonics. We cheerfully furnish medical advice, without charge, to a
who will write us. TH E*SWFTSPECFIC COO, AT A TA, YA

Cures bt0sra- 1sfaum,
Dlsrhoea.DyesentVy nd
the Bowel Troubhs of
Children of An Ae.,
Aids Digostion ei06s
Mc ftiD101 the Bowels SSTr n
AStAthe Child and
CstsOy 25 cents at Ugsts TEETHING ASE,
Or mai al 26 cents to 0. J. MOFrPPETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS,. Mo.
2., o. 2.1900.--Iwas first advised by our family physician In Charleston to use T ETWNA
with our bab' when he wa but a very young Ifant, Mas a preventive of colo and to warm and sweeten thestoniseb
Later It was useful n teethiln troubles, and iteffect hae been found to beso very beneflotalandeotree rom danger
thataro consequent upon the use of drugs and soothing syrnps, that we have come to regard It, after use with
children, asoneof the necessities when there is anew baby In thehouse and until the teething troubles are over. and
we take pleasure in recommending It to our friends instead of the horrid stuft that so many people use to keep hwlt
baby quiet. HA$TWELLM, AYBR. (Manager Daily Times and Weekly TImes-ilesengeV4)



? '.,

latl PeAgiJ1e No. 655 of'
the. t 0 Coast Line..
#o. -44, enginee No. 655, from
o THti $ptngs, pulled in here
y mIorning on time. There
,oWning unusual about this inci-
i O~ptain Oarter and Engineer.
Akre almost always on time, but
~'4 eature of the train was that
engine was minus of a cab, and
aoieer Lyons was sitting astride
board which came in very con-
We tYas a seat, while the fireman
*i0.a-compelled to stand.
,'!To those who had the opportunity of
liltinging the World's Fair in Chicago
a.nd studying transportation from the
earlyy days to the present progressive
age this picture from nature seemed
': more familiar, for it resembled the
,methods engaged a hundred years ago,
when railroad traffic was in its infancy.
]Engineer Lyons stated that some
tthme during early Friday morning the
engine, while cold at Citra, was burn-
ed, The first intimation of any disas-
ter was brought to him by a colored
man who told hint that "the world
was on fire" at the railroad station.
He hastily dressed and went to the
seene of the conflagration, when le dis-
covered that the cab of the locomotive
had been burned completely off.
The locomotive was placed in the
shops at High Springs, where it will
be placed in first-class shape. Some of
the intimate friends of George inti-
mate that he became tired of the old
engine, and endeavored to burn it up
with the hopes of getting a new one,
but George says that's a d-d lie, as he
was perfectly content with the faithful
old "Three Fives."
Revolution Imminent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble in your system is
nervousness, sleeplessntes or stomach
upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly
dismember the .troublesome causes.
It never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate the liver, and clarify the
blood. Run down systems benefit par-
ticularly and all the usual attending
aches vanish under its starching and
thorough effectiveness. Electric Bit-
'ters is on 6o,, and that is returned if
it don't give perfect satisfaction.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
National Educational Association, Bos-
ton, Mass., July 6th t I10th, 1903.
On account above named occasion,
,the Atlantic Coast Line will sell round
AIp tickets to Boston, Mass., at rates
and under the conditions named be-
Rates-One fare, via all rail, or via
rail and Sound Lines, plus $2 mnember-
ship fee. Tickets on sale July 2nad,
3rd,4th and 5th. Limited to return
not earlier than July 8th nor later
than July 12th, 1RK)3. A joint agency
fee of twenty-five (2.5) cents to be paid
when ticket is expected. (IOn ticket
deposited for extension the validation
fee of twenty-five cents will not be re-
Extension-By personally deposit-
ing of ticket with joint agent not ear-
lier thIan July 7th, nor later than July
t11th, and upon payment of fee of fifty
cents, an extension may be secured to
enable passengers to leave Boston on
in .f, ore Septembter hst, 1903.
For full information, ree agents or
write Frank C. Bioylston, commercial
+188 West Bay street, Jackson-

K7: Was Wasting Away.
"following letter from Robert iR.
lh-of Salemat, Mo., is instructive:
|e beetn troubled with kidney
for tih'last live years I lost
Never felt well and doctored
i|ng physicians and tried all
les suggestedI without relief-

I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
than two bottles completely
me and I am now sound a id
) H )d lh J. W. MNc(olltinm 1 & o.
of Valuable Mule -Crops tin
Good Condition.


|f Moon, June 20-l-avid Mean
Sold elored man of this vicipit
a last t4S.ndey a)out 9 o'clock.
; L. ltoweI?. mite well mat) of Hlol.
ted friends at this piece St1

-Brevard, who has be*
ppe for the pest week,j

er of this action v-'nt
4wilthueircrop rO e ait *a

of h hppe1td to i$e
t oa ais Rt maes
I ):kvP -. i m

xe 0 St W/. X **' 3s.oh Wo
"There was an Irihabmn connected
with the a tler'is t ,3 to.ent In the
civti wAr esid a tqW "who
fell asleep on the battle field after Dull
Run. A party of ,Conefderate scout.i'
saw him,..and -as hp had no nuifo;"n
their leader prodded himni awae and
asked: 'Who are young? Wh '-ido you
belong? What's yo;lr n atp.'"
"' *Ikegobs,' says XPat, rubbing hls eyes,
Them's too many questions. und, be
yure leave, I'll be afther asldn' yea th .
'We're McClellan's men, just from
1 knew yes ware, gentlemen, and
I'm thot samee"
'Oho! That's where we've caught
you. Put him under arrest, tmeu! We
belong to letturegard's army.'
"*ihin ye lied to me, an', suspect'
that sanue, I told ye the samne thiling yez
told tme.' retorted the Irishman prompt-
ly. 'Now, give me the truth, Ht.U' I'll do
thle same by yez. What state do ye
t)Wliq. fro101T
*" *' rom South Carolina.'
'So do 1, an' from all the other
states, begobs, an' that's where 1'm
thinking' I've got thile best of yes. Yez
don'tt think I'd I) l(' h a fule as to
eome iall tlie way from Ireland to be-
lo:ng to wau state, do yezr "-New
York Tribune.
Ivory as Medlicine.
Ivory was used as a medicine up to
the end tof the elghtlenth century.
In Schrodor's "Zoology," 14IkA, trans-
lated into Elilldish by T. B iteson, It Is
thus described under the heading,
"Elphlhitms:" "Hls teeth are only used
in inedleline. vulgarly called ivory. Their
virtues: It cools and dryes. niodorately
)inds ~iets, strrengtheits the Inward
pnrts. It is good for the jaundle, it
cliase.th away Woriioes, It sl good for
invotorate olbttrumtions, t takes away
the l)pai iS nld weaklei s of tlhe stoen
hell, It heTals the 1:ptlhlSIt,e drivoR away
AMl in holy, resilsts rottenite's and
poyso)ns. It Is userd in Infusions, and the
powder is given In subsliance. The
dose iss h.itf at d train. I'ropiLratioI:
I., IHu'nt Ivory. c:alld Sp)odium. and to
dlitintfguilih It from the niletel'rl Spo-
dini, Spodiuum of Ivoiry. !i.. TrAochea
of Spodilui."
Ivor'y ground fine Hitd made into a
sort of jelly has been tiod ias a
str gthel'iingr food I n more recent
til nc bjy itfdtlct I ndvie(1.
WVorrma nm Soli lltnoovato *,
Eartlhiworins arc not .soil former,
for they tare seldom (et with In soils
that are delistlitte of rorg ilc mItter.
They t n s1 ill1Jy 'o \'!vtorl Every
titt' 1a worut is (divoeln by dry weather
or any oh114r cuuse to de.'end tdeop it
bril)ngs to ti Sti'rftie, wlwthn it emlitlaes
the e(o''i.*nt of its body, a fto pairtl-
chi's of fresh earth. At the same time
it ferd'll'ts the stil)soll by opening up
p.'sntIges, wvhlch peteotlrig(O the rootl a t
i)liints to l)intrat'( dt,' epoer. thestt pal-
8alg.-s I(,ing lintedl with excreted mat-
te im'nt for the roats. O(t nIea jow liv t'!
IJawi'vll fotinal itit ti,'si woriml caint"
Imtaon1tt utiniMltnlly to eigltePnll tons anI
c'r :~nid on gool triIHble lind to about
tiil tolls.
Work For !Ii e heop.
A restdeint of Liimdo deviled kidneys found hinmself r(,ec.ntot
ly in a ruii)oto w(et of E':ngland vilhtiige,
where n sheep was kilhld aIlnut once
a week. Not lniowing thiatt miutttlon wa.
a Inxury and kidhhiyi, for oivlouis rna-
sons), therol'fore. n rarity, he presentedl
lnrueif day after day a t the vlllge
hiltrhlir'S with tin. Saint' r _luest far his
favorite bretakftastt d(ish. 'I'hw buItcher,
looktlng upon his < nstonir at n Ilinaie.
bore tt as long tas he coahtl, but on thei
faith day saih Indignanttly. "Ift yon
think, yomtI jan, that my sheep hve"
nothlnmg bitter to do than to laty kid
ntiys for your b,'-akfa.st you Ibe utortal
uldUxto'k."- Lonadotn A wtwers.

i~masy Dtovre,, In Old T'iv...,
The (cod( of K.'Ing Khtfoltiu'ralbt' of
Awyria. whott date ti n ,Iprmoxlmitely
..)q.M 1. C., whltah h1at be-n dlciphterled
ftrom a pillnr diseot

exlaiustnllry with tile tnil)j"'et oft dl-
voroa'. O1n4 of tlo ton#t lntter'*ttrnx
elaiuslw Is the following: ."If the wifeo
of t .itn w tiho Iwells Ina the h et ,'w of
that ,u'tia hts v't h'r faie t go fto rthh
-t'nid l, a tItOl ihe tl f.ri p a,d .waswtdt hi;s
bil ,f"' A ir 1 ,.' ) ft.-- IOal bt oo.t 1A*.' t'l (y., 1w
j hww"^", +,- i 1; :ho 'I 1put bher tlvawf.' tw
mt- I ;. -v. Wr awi' y t t e ho' tll N )O b0 1r
I r 'T r d:iv. rt'' he s't-ill giv' her
lln'.''' i: !I;"* '

d- T' .o;'- os e.f' W, o tol. hali th
.pr',-)','e'I orto.',ae ',. lt .n thu' t.1 et' of t -a*.' 1-. fis-h Th) it I, fwulTl T #,4 by j' 034 a l 1to IN* Is*
,';t.A d i',bt+ t;'*'' .-. '' 54' tba*.- . ,W' <'hI. .

w it e t.r 1t- .f .- ,* i' s o *oi t 1
I t A. r l i t I t' a a-a '-s -' '?' j'.^' t- in $* a'-

Int c'pqafl dw.te the aaled els C
**d, u b'*III.. .

:&A^. I Lf ..fAb 4'


GainesviIle, Florida a

Summing Up.

The Fina

1 Argument.

In these weekly talks of. the past few months, we have touched
on many sides of the clothing question-we have endeavored to be
impartial in all our stautements--te have sought to give facts, and
facts only--neither stretching the truth in our favor, nor distorting

conditions of competition,


[n the Iict<:<(lnt(i
" talk 1s have br

IIS (thod of hu.-'inm
femIntedi their 'iP
.11 the 'twpapers
only/ declarer' our in
but in our hnsinwess
lwe (1(11# 1 pro'c -.. ,ol as thte "prr
pudding in in i th
our writingg/ Hvt
shown in the+ tSi
incrfa'ase i" our' b61s
4'(taw .

Next Week We Will "Submit,Our Case to the Ji

As we sull the "best clothing in the 'IISfLAtO. N.' G0A
world," made l6y Schloss Bros. & Co.
of lBaltimore, there is little cause for
wonder Ihat we have won such wide
popillarity. A
., /~~4. WOW Uu

All their garniita t'bear this laIbel:

Ohf th#eI
-(and our
,ess .have
tronag3e. l
i, Itwe e<'um
dti iioi 5

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Outfitter to Partit'ular Momn.

Retailer ant ) Jobb* s in

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Brain, lardan Seed and Fertilizers,



Highest market price, paid for Chiokens. Egs aiand oth I'rirut'o

A Come eto steok of Hay Corn, OaMt. Elour, Brran Meal, Cotton rmi*d
and Rye. We ainndle ony the VERY BOET go tnl at the I,OVW
EST PRICI';S, and gtpaftnte waataftiton always.


Jacksonville's Finest
DODGE & CULLENS,- Owners end Proprietors

RA1WA,. (3IZ B =IM 11309







Advance. made-. Wrehouans ebah rea lfrua Qsters
Sixde ltet4erwiSo. V*'*.' O
4p*d ba4 '- -A -

One 70
'Adrwttsm* e of son. wor4#O# W^ r ud*e
tiba bead Inserted for One Cetot a" '
lt sdvanofe e.ac toriJon..
Pleaus6 answer ayventRessa addrea
in the Adserstu#n,.
' eite i oafl dte te of tl .pen t e s i *
ttees .nee wtth lntttA l wil' toe r4ir sp
Their awumes wilU not be ,ltvfn tO tnquWrb

Vo o w ..w i. ..u m. .\:
D0 YOU want a sewlnr wahitni l Ztt.eo dnO54
buy untilyou bave seen te. ans tW yi
money. 1 koee on hand the best umaOtlam
needle. attatuhmnts uland Baturt rfor
of uaohnw O, )ld nta0olint# thk %&k
rice, Call on or address C. A.. Wi
,Mente The Sincerc i Co., O.
GaLneavllle. Ftt.m 4-7-0uvw tt

IF YOU want neat, up-ta-now job 1i prttlt '
Tit StrN omue Is the otlueo to set itt,

Mathlushek Pialos,


Hest pnlao for Lhis try ingt eiXnato, staInds
tune lotiter Utian othor'N,. onstruo(tc- of
host n1ttorhitlds. a lnd 1 ost rtlsticl
workmansl>(tl > obtailantio.
Ulp to tdlhiO ltn levorv
micutal ian41! I'il-

Sold by uis ontitnuoisly ror

without a single failure. If you
want a piano 'or a lifetime's
servico buy thli
Vathumbhe Is.T
P'r'iei na low as in l on alsitent with quality
Cash or on easy tornet. Sent on lfit dAtIn'
trinl. 'oe ptry frol ght, Write
for Pr . 'I'tODAY.

Ludden & Bates

0 Southern Music House,


)HY, Mgr.
. . ...i .* *:.. f_+.

Farming npleents

fls, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit-

S ngs, Belting, Packing,et.

Rntitghlt itn ar Lots. Sold In any

fiet One of Olar Cataoges1I,

Baird Hardware Co.
S OArNIN8V[IV h, 1Nr.A.
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Highest Merket Prices Psid.

. Ark land.,
4St 4.9 4 !i, Jullan at,,


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J. Vloan#M.

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.Searantees leged

i irowarmenber of the firm
: *A, k .Gieard B& COo, wholesale coin-
i :fIt~ nr thst, Coeinnati, is at
r. Brown, while comnaratively a
t, yokng man, i~ what might be termed
S of of the "old comers" to ,Gaines-
l, le, but visited this city the last time
.' D, MiWify years ago, when it was little
t. winre than a village.
4"toe o youi know it does my heart good
-VY:oook at Gainesville of today," re-
P 9 !nd', iik i larked Mr. Brown, in speaking of the
o o;ty and ils former visits here. "For
rsoae .al year., wheina very young man,
40i ado the plaen visits annually, and
RO. Wasaicstomed to remain here for
i ase veral .wdoks. It was then very little
4q_ 01*J ied, above a village, but I always enjoyed
plli rdl u earing here and anticipated my vis-
d-itn with. much pleasure, for. these
t limtms a pas, Gainesville people always enjoyed the
Slth, a .. reputation of being among the most
0100 ., bere,
Pon ee t adv ice hospitable people in the world.
ll ed t profit by am specially pleased to note the there
~ lIn I~ tes vine- great and substantial improvements everywhere
Mi annppssp.espeak- about Gatnesville, and nmutt confess
1 Wids word is o wid Rare always that I was greatly surprised when I
ited to ith rapt :tettiton by a walked about the town and observed 1_
Pi1atka ig 1On.' the p-rogress that has been made. In
,f.P'ter t Oe'- nIg obf a hymn, Rev, place of the rickety wooden buildings
S^ iktine^ of: catipy charged the of twenty years ago you have erected
L 1plel Heo lan..earnft speaker, and magnificent brick structures which
charge a impreisively delivered, would be a credit to any city. I note
0to th0e eoPle I firm words, also with a great deal of pride your Judge and Attorney Home.
,in 0rmed shrof their duties to- magnifloent public school building, After spending several days in this
S Vther rrpa:stor;" ',The benediction which would do credit to a city of four city in their official capacity as judge
Ls' thendeliveredo ) r. Lynn, who times the population anywhere in the and pro-ecntitg attorney, respective-
S formaly intled as pastor of world.1' ly, Hon. J. T. Wills of Starke and Hon.
I.i troha. Ay his pastorship be Mr. Brown was busy yesterday re- Benj. Putnam Calhoun of Palatka re-
i'of ontftinueId s coess Is the desire newf ig old acquaintances. He expects turned to their homes yesterday.
1.ll,irrespeetivv o denominational to renman in this section for another Both these distinguished gentlemen
i.rgnoese. WeWelconme him and his week, during which time he will work are well known among the members
_I~ ti wife to our city, and trust in the interest of his commission house. of the Gainesville bar, and have been
their stay i our midst may be His Lat ope Relized for years; but on this visit they .had
II I"..pl7asant a Hi Last Hope Realized.
d$ pleaa nd o alaka romn the Sentinel, Oho,. Mont.l the pleasant opportunity of Ineeting
e In the f rst opening of Oklaihomra to many of our citizens, and if we are to
i Lad i' nd 6'hildren Invited. s* tlers in 1889, the editor of this pa- judge by the sentiment of the people,
An adies and children who cannot per was among the many seekers after they are destined to become very
taoticd, the ahoeking strain of laxative fortuneO who inade the big race.one line popular. I
y Irups,, athartics,,oto., are Invited to day in April. During his traveling "I have always felt a weakness for
try the famous Little Early Risers, about and afterwards his camping upon GIinesville," remarked Judge Wills
SThey are different from all other pills. his elaim, he encountered much bad Thurtday evening, %hile he was seat-
"They do not purge tho system. Eveon water, which, together with thhe severe ed with a number of his colleagues en-
ta double dose will not gripe, weaken heat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea joying a fragrant cigar. "If I did not
or siken; many peol i ca. them the which it seemed, alIost impossible to reside in one of the best and healthiest
.0 Easy Pill. W. H. Howell, Houston, check, and along in Juno the case be- towns in the State I believe I would be
|ex,, rsays nothing bettercan be used came so bad he ex peeeil 10 die. One tempted to move here, for you have
e for onstlipation, sick headache, etc. day Oneofhis neigKhors brought him
Bobl) Moore, Lafayetie, Ind., says alt one small, bottle of Chaiberlain's one of the finest towns, with the finest
others gripe and sicken, while D)e- Colid, Cholera and Diirrhoet lteuudy people, in the world."
WVitts LIttlo Early [sers do their t lat hope.. A big dos was givt. "WVell, chimed in Solicitor Cal-
. work well and eay. Sold by Bodiford him will, ho was rolling *bo)L1 u tt houn I, inll that a ,tbl runner which has
4MeOUollum. ground in great agony, and in a fow
Smhiutes the dose was repeated. The made him so popular, "I respect Judge
ISLAND GROVE ITEMS, good effect of the medicine was soon Willsand his opinion very much. I
S..no..-... nticed and within an hour the patient can agree with him that Gainesville is
Orange Trees Gives Promise of an wan taking his first. sound sleep for a a ost delightful city, and I would
SAbundnt Crop, fortnight. Thit one little bottle work-
Abundant rp aotnipeto cure, and h cali n iot worki, like to live here with my family, if
lli]ltild (Grove, JioT 20,-Messrs. tlt. feel grateful. The season for how- there was no PaLlatka."
r'. Frank alndw"Do'ck' Cassels loaded a olh disorders being tit ihuid suggests Col. Calhoun, like every person
"'oar of watermielons today. They ox- this item. For sale by all druggists should be, is loyal to his home, and
Spent to load another ear Thursday. and modicino dalers. the people of Palatka appreciate himn
The oritige groves here tre looking PICNIC AT CAMPVILLE. as a citizen.
.well nnd the. trees are holding their -
fruitt mueh better than In previous People of Progressive Burg Will Cele- JtOLEil01E^
.yoears. If nothing prevents, 4,000 brate the Fourth of July. ltopethecoughand ha1elqngsa
ot".O (es of oruiges will bo shipped from The patriotic people of the pregress- ..... .... .....- "
here ext fall. ivo village of (iumpville have decided
The tomato crop is falling short on to celebrate the glorious Fourth in a Planters and Growers of Long
:i e 'z0ount of the dry weather. Prices mbotlting manner, and a piounic will be
|rat rly god at present, h, id at t1id home of John Townsend on Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find
|.^),. ,W. U. Hush of" Nnshvi'io, 'Tonn., that date.
peB t, a few days at his grovo last The fornoon will be devoted to.
'. week-uid is well pleased with his pros dandling, and in the afternoon there it to their interest to communi.
i|"poets,. will be a math game of ball between
S A Splendid Remedy. two crack teams from Oampville a.d cate with THE. CAMERON ATD
Neuralgio pains, rheunatism, lumn- H1 stli'orn.
i bagO and oiatie pain yield to the The hospitlity of Mr. Townsend and RKLEY COMPANY, Charles-
-:pentrating influence of .tallard's hi estimable family isknown to every BARKLEY C0P Y, Charles.
S' Sow Liiateunt, It penetrates to th resident in the East End, and the fact
S nerves and bone,, arid being absorbed alone that the picnic will be held un. ton. S. C. oT.5
Ito the blood. -its healing properties der the spreading oaks uin the vicinity
Stre' conveyed to bvory part of tLho body of his houe is sufflent t insure a ..
San'' d effect stome woundirful cures. Mr. farge crown t iu a -
) FI lMoore, agent > illuois Central A Frightened Horse. W F, A
R> Running like mad down the street

low eam .illln'n fror dumping the occupants, or a hundred Wholeiale and Retail
r.hen. Itim fg ete,,t, n" tMY othor aeeldents, are every day occur-
aly It isa splendid romed. AOv 00fseO. It behooves everybody to have
and 1.00 at ohnson ros- LIQUOR DEALER.
.0 FN at Johnon Uro.M :: as good as Buoklea s Arnica Salve.
SFUN AT FANNIN. wlurits, cute, sores, eczotma alvd piles, E
U A.N . dit.apptvar quickly under its goohlng ii
SMasons Will Give Picnic on a4th Inst. offet. .. at al drug stores. Fourull ouarte l nao $4.10
Oops Fine. Strike 4top Buildiing Operation.. YoM'r Ull .ouar4, o1, M nd Rye A 20
Chicago, Juno 2O.-AHl work on the key. exiress Nrepl,- ... .. -- .20
ot th otu a fine o al- nw ot office and the First National Four t t'."0 de Tganxe..e $4.25
ank iu ilding. hap s o1 stoppid by ;. 5
ihouttgh wwe et at present havlg some strike of the building laborers. The fo P r
veu hot; dry weather. ontirN force working on both buildings ,. SEEBA,
eef is getting fine and fat in thi ntltuhrdt nearly '7H) m quit in .W. ay St. Jackonlle, Fia.
otlon. sympathy with the building labororm ----------
he Bcuwantmtse river is still at the Qnly the carpoeters renalp at work. P.lat nu ad ilhin W
: lih :atemark ... The hodearriori and buildns laborersJ I
lr.oss bt~t ie a Mase.Met uionic.e at union eallet the strike because the Cn, i srAliTO. P rwe .w,
) 'Panlat o^ the iNthl hit. Let all come rpetera ts d on setting sad low A, .
', ,aw yl br!.n-we^fl.fle tklet*l. l centers mid bull-ding and remove __
Ss work :built for the us o t l ks ca Patter made to
PoO Over $iaty Year -bricklayers at. .o her skilled crafts, order frmu br ,W A -ndt. .uP40,re.
bof Wtww8 buttild yragp haalt th)Sofwork the buttldIn trdeiat nt oubs rk ow
A teethng tSeo 4* fi.E to the build-
W9' .'9. Po", $A W I$tA B .
Wattotvktau. It U y 5Ian BA aIt
... ..- lo'* t .,writ -
iii.,i:',,,/ ::;:az, '-Ilk,! : Vey ..

iby agitating:b |
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to -make thoe lntestines "
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation caused bycathartics, compels .
continual and increasing doses to

liver; cures ChludM ,
and Fever, and every form of
Sa!arial, Bilious, Renmitting and Inter ,
S it ing Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
For Sale by Jotmhnsn Bros., G)aiuville 'isv

SMoit InQu antty. n tM ,QaI. .,:
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm IRemedgis. t
pwwedp a by--.-. ..ma JAMIES F. BALLARD, St. Louis .
For Male by Jobnson Bros.. Gainesvile

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Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in this
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty year and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

senting a number of prominent American and Euglish companies.

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JH li.RI HA ,Prp,

JOHN .D. RINGHAyI, Propr ,
'Palatka, Fla.

Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer.

Bottle Beer a Specialty.
attention. -Shfpment
Write for prices.

Mail orders will have p
made da; order is receiv<
Goods b 'xed if desired,


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s(e of Rtin Calogoro di Sciac1ca UIj
*Be0e by Worshlpers. K W i (Suooeoea t Alderman]
ew York, June 2 0.-intetiae ex. O r "Do Oo ak etneat
eat preva in Little Italy over flpeotl y ttansU< 10 Ora wnd rtage work.
'*04Ol miracle performed at the kohe ...W... -_r
~i r ot Mint Oalogero di Sciacc&. 'DR. GORnON B. OB TlS'
h irotrs .after the report went out
*'Pplea Of! every description hurried to All 4186W r iramN- -
e Brome street corner, where the al. A- s #Ate talttore pjo ntaSurwory
lw hd been erected. Fl.nally, a pGrauate athe Dental Sur&rory
r~4I. Wa organlae3 il. which all the rs eFive years' experninen5 New York City,
0votees in that quarter marched. Don't become 4oursd h e a CrownA WOK 5a heialXea.
It wa4 the first time that the birth, m oryou, ri.w r Orr.r E at. tn GAltNo'iI.4. Pe.A
AY of the saint had been celebrated cases tayourm. Al OaSutiltattO .
111 tis country and the zeal of the .'A ravel lodg ll i my. bladAdor,_ Aftoer AW
Sothe\ *A w .bo f Dr.Feu.r's Ktltney ,haW. PA vON,
.,'lrVrhlPers was excessive. Men, wo d k ret. amrASiJ fra -lbott J
nhen and children kneeled before the arge as a male The mtdlco peveote4 CIVIL ENinNtER AND SURVEYOR
turtlier formatto6n,. I Was wt%%r (atsINIVLILUM, V1llttXD.
altar on the sidewalk or in the middle V..th T QA iE.Orrix. Va." umv
~ the street, and many were crushed Druggts Ask forcok t k e a n ..ate. ahorouhy p0t4
Dru Ns... which every .ec, on htlad idonlaohuaot.Y,
In' their efforts to get to the altar. ST Tll' ftr Sure Cure, Circular. P Correvondeae sollotted.
'i. the altar is an image of the saint T iI UVIU 'Ut J n d. a.U .M .................
I l. porcelain, in the act of healing a '- D"WIPSY,''
Oi',ld. The story of the miracle here Bin i NITURE PAIRED
been cured, while the parents were U'. LOOKINGtOL ASS SIRE-SLVERl.D,.
praying on the sidewalk. The report buy or sell Furndtte, or can contract
spread rapidly with the above result L with you on thi loolumn li bas1s,. 1'tirontle
sOlioted and satt t Soti WaWYs.
I t \y o n h a v e n 'lt, ft lgtil .t, b u ltt h y n n t att t e - ...... ... .. . ......... ..... .
GOVERNOR NORTH EN HEARD. bowels eve dAv. youro 1t or 11 6t vKoop. i-a, eLnVam s. TAYLOR,
%.0 r ho o month A
p hiViol i4' t>I qOr' piI ol . b iti A 0t III 1r 1it A I Ii NO< AND
Georgian Spoke of Industrlal Develop _)tIt ee Oi.r 1a.0 0) PboAINTINO AND
ment at Mobile Meeting. OANDY PAPER HANGINU
'Mobile, Ala., June 20.-The Alaba.ma OATHAI TIO' GL AINSV1Li.E. FItRIDA
Commercial and Industrial associattoui
:began its an-nual convention here last Agent for DEi(coHATonS' WALL PAPER
pBght to last two days. COMPANY. New York.
The features were the address of 011o U. ~ M
-Piealdent C. L. Lane, deprecating at, oo. U. WAIKB *Atui.T. HAYmot
#. ,o.ac B on corporations, advocating &a "
t.onalU aId of roads, and an Alabama WALKER & SHAYLOR
exhibit at the world' fair; report of EAT EM LIKE CANDY .
: secretaryy C. L. Gilbert on the associa- rloasaont, Tlcatal ot'nt Tasto .<. I ATTORNEy S-AT-LAW,
Stia's work adt an address upon ld14is' orbs, A forfee aaIo, to J acksonville, Florida
Trial development by ex-Governor W.ot.' Adwe. 4. w11. 1 .
J. Northen. of Georgia. Vc1v Ilfh i m 4-8-02 _
i! ::'N orthen..of Gcorgh KEEP YOUR BLOOD:O LEANi, .........._-
Flood From Rio Grande Threaten. Al. MEN ANi WOMEN
buquerque, N. M. L U0 ao r ts unaat.ri 182 W. Forsyth st1. Jacksonville, Fla.
.Albuquerque, N. M., June 20.-The tririt4tious or uleorttionm oo UiaMleo Pretoatce.
1-,m o of n t a ou ani".embrlwea. __
people of this city are living In comn- r*,V"'"OA. PtinlMiu. nd not ustria.
CII ut or.pol.onnus. city. Fine
etant fear of being overwhelmed by IINNATI, I yOrIff. Best dining place in city. Fine
thie flood from the Rio Grande river. C. s.&. or sent in plain wrapper, Willest, Liquors ai.d Cigars.
i h v r l p i r h ^ ^ ^ i by express, prep lhl, for . . . ... ........ . -
'The river breakA the dykes and the t.oM.. or 3 aiot ..tm .'.-..
;Alameda, 12 miles above the city, sent T^rcular seut on ,wu.o THE WEST I':I,
dowai a tremendous volume of water S --- FINE WINEs. I.IQUOUR & CIGAt8
:against the I.Ightfoot aceoqula embank- r JOTHHN MIKNI IES.P ,ri.l tor.
.ient a milo above the city. 1 ill 1E U LIJ C. sea w., t y o ,lHonvlll,.
The water was near the top of thb We, the undersigned, hereby agree
Embankment when the alarm was glV- to pay $1,00 to any manufacturer of Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
en, and several hundred citizens rush. paint who can show, by similar tests, fail to call on muu when in Jacksonville
ed to the acequia and began the work .. u ..tal ..
of otrengtherning it with sacks of sand. l ay paint standing upon any metal IIEN IN JAOKSONVILLE
.They worked throughout the night, and surface as perfectly and for so long a Visit -
v.. managed to prevent the floolwaters time as our C i V
|'We guarantee RAPIlTE ELAS. ARD EN.
Electrical Expert Killed. TIC paint to contain no tar, rosia, as. The 1best. Liquors in the city. Linter
|Philadelphia, June 20.-- tto Thor- lphnJtuni or any of the products of taim1ent every .ight at Ioof (arden
itert, an electrical expert from Ger. petrole;mi, Atnd when applied to any a ........
ny, was Instantly killed by touch- aurfaceaccord tio ouridiretions to THI o i. uAlsUI.,:
a live wire while Inapecting a new wear perfectly for a period of five
tchboard for the Germantown Elec yrsand we agree to furnih fre of T MTAI AN1)
oLight company. Phornert had y 'ars, al ag f o 0 ?ir N fiL u'r'i'A4
in America only a few weeks. He charge, all paint necessary to repaint ILUMlN(. Ms'i'. AiLtsiaMINT
formerly assistant superintendent any surface where it has proved de-
e electric light system of Ber. f'ectiv(. .- Signed, ATI.'yACTW1N tiCARANTiSED.
nd was an authority on electrical The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
-uction. It Is supposed his hand Cleveland, Ohio, U. 8. A. A rnaimsr. wee and -nAteI
n contact with a switch, sending We take pleasure int announelng that Gat-.Wee. i",,ri45.
Swe have secured control for Alnchus -
counity for the sae o f th celebrated
Ports Opened to Foreign Trade. ITE (genrally I the Circtst Court. Ilf JIt dleIl 0clrouit.
P ohama. June 20.-The Japanaes known as Uncle Sa paint.) ThS Ashusa Countyr. Flori '- 11 b t~.
iteg at Pekin yesterday filed a for aint has.the h si t en4ornment o W itasm nOtlt .p u A,,iy Msatp .--1 l
^'a^f^'"'rt the Chinese foreign of" tn *nd ir ^ I.j all .for IIVOoC.

g Chou to foreign trade. The T. ,. TIIOiAN HI.4 .O, (etrap the doffCOSt r u? hir a*d,
sefticlals replt were not favorable to the open. o r the. t pft a n ,tyif
Scties mentloned. The Amer 'IidCIII ,t ,,t' PI4 se. 10 *t.
13rltilsh reprosentatlvos are W1Iby .1IA ,lrte u* a*etier lt t' tOW i. %rlotllAS.Ste
1g Japan's demands. 0)J.IVh A. r. l A its. .A.l
af l B ird s G a ln T h e ir L ib e rt y . i i.. ".: . e. e. .. .
.Tnnele: Tem. J 20. K-"etn.
l Oe" Miller, charted with number Itj'o b atto i* jo C f, tr p.nw ,utt w,
office robberies and a man .a11s 1 ii i$ti9t o .*I ItS,
.5 "T'on." (-ecapedi from jail I a el Jrn, ..e .
i-s.tow n last night. They brok.. n .. . .1 e .
ell lock and rut a hole throughK i r I -IT k.r. |*i '*i ,....,

oof. "I.Ona" was at fifst t"oughtt
lT!n.n, but hbis identity could aot
Oi)nd Manrt's Successful Career.
bwbwrgh. N. Y.. Jmuae 2.0,-D-,vi4
era, reatlrkabie blind man, 1I
taged ,71. Although sightlo1f from
kied., bh betnare a tlow yere ago
ls .own efforts ooo t the foremostt
Iew mn of. Newburgh. fie mran
ur.it ~atiint 't lr, of. hs own In-
', ft yoTiop a sy'stlm of In,

Held for TritL.
0, J n e.--T AIen
Foqiti9l'd Wedeenwnay a i
ti oc .ic(. Ar e A r
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and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
The NORXH and WEST... .I 'The Sapphire Country."

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LIAJUE D21, 1903


s4 What Is Goini
9hort Paragraph
RunAs May Read

i C( idima & Hill.
lrei L aundry,.
kl4,pri e ired aced.


l tJo,, of Hague was amon
re to this city yesterday,

C r 4 trunk, trunks. pecial
0lli ibii week. .L J. Burkhim. That's
. .. .. 1
;.'on.' -Syd L. Carter has returned
fjrom a. briefo professional trip to
Deputy Sheriff J. W. McCann of La-
I0lro s-e was among the visitors to this
ity yetefurniay. shed,.large front room,
6,'irweek. Apply to B. M. Heck-
C i' C I ll tg. CO. t
j : A. Adamson of Grove Park was
aizong the prominent county folks
wiho visited the aity yesterday.
ioya summer washable suits, just
the thing. Were $1.50 to $1.75, now
,scentsi to $1,18each. 3. Manasse.
Henry Davis has returned from
Live Oak, where he went with the Oak
C al baseball team. Henry hasn't got
C mueh. to say,
M. W. Wooding, acting route agent
f: r the Southern Express Company,
went yesterday on a brief official visit
i to Mintosh.
William Shannon, formerly of this
city, but now residing at Jacksonville,
arrived in the city yesterday on a
;k brief visit to relatives.
R. D-. White of Virginia hai arrived
in the city. He is said to be a first-
class baseball pitcher, and has signed
C : with the Oat Halls for the season.
I Three days' limit on Jacksonville
.excursion by the Atlantic Coast Line
on Monday, June 22nd. Fare only
$1.50 round trip. Train leaves at 2:25
p. in,
Our hot weather oat-pants suits are
p jus.ly regarded as the proper garb for
thit wentaher. Fine flannels, $5 to $10;
S ergo cotiAt,. 4.50, Sicilianis and Pan-
goes all pritcei Marcus Endel.
For Sale-My one-third interest in
tie th cceas Ice Co. Capacity of plant
14 tolis per day, with ail expense lo
,i'only $17,50, (thr business take" uill
my Liniu J3. B1. Dell, nainesville., Flo.

I jight 1ay qick, t1 t ye forget.
P ;t^IipW~quarer sho ada kidtie Htywood kind at $3.50.
Wroius Endel.
D,. Edwards departed yesterday
for Micanopy, where he will visit rela-
tives for a few days. ,
a handbags and card cases. New lot
S just received. Other leather goods
and novelties. L. O. Smith.
I 0. iH. Knapp of Seabreeze, who will
is manage Olarendon Inn for the summer,
*" is registered at the Brown House.
Pleasant, neatly furnished rooms for
single young men $1 per week "and up.
Use of bath free. Apply Brown House.
Born-To Mr., and Mrs. Chas. Sniith,
r- yesterday, a bouncing baby girl. The
Sui and frie.dW extend congratula-

Mrs. W. J. Denby has returned from
High Springs, where she has been on
a delightful visit to friends.
Henry Herlong of Bellamy, one of
the valued employes of the lumber
firm of Herlong & Son, was a visitor to
this city yesterday.
W. J. Trowell of Montbrook, one of
the efficient employes of the Florida
Lumber Company, was a business
visitor to thb city yesterday.
LADIES-18e dotted Swiss for
on ly ............ . ................ .15
$2 Jadies' night robes .......... .$1.48
$1.75 ladies' night robes...... ..$. 1,28
J. Manasse.
Smith D. Piukett, commercial agent
for the Georgia Southern and Florida
Railroad with headquarters at Jack-
sonville, was registered at the Brown
House yesterday.
J. W. Watkins of St. Louis, one of.
the most widely known traveling meni
in the State, is at the Brown House.
Mr. Watkins is possessed of that jovial,
affable nature which has made for him
many friends, and he is welcomed
wherever he is known.
Special excursion train over the
Soutliorn Railway from Jacksonville
to Macon and Atlanta on June 23.
Tickets limited until June 25th. Fare
to Macon and return only $3.50, anil
Atlanta $5.50. Leave Jacksonville 8.80
a. mi., Juno 28; arrive Atlanta 0:30.
The game of baseball seed ued for
yesterday afternoon between the
junior team of this city and Waldo did
not transpire, owing to the fact that
the Waldo boys did not come. There
were a great many disappointed, as a
live, interesting game was anticipated,
After several days spent in this city
in the capacity of court stenographer,
Harry Illar expects to miak his de-
parture for his home in OcaCa today.
Hlarry has many friends here who
deem it a pleasure to entertain him,
uind it is to be regretted that he does

; ... AiAn opportunity is offered by the At- .ot visit a more often,
i lantic .ConstA .i rto visit akoivil.urfrd of Oal, one of
antc C t la to visit Jacksonvile thle most prominent nnd most suecets-
on Iondny .1uno 2nhid, for $1.50 round ( t r City, '. h
.ntrip TIcket d io ro u t ful attorneys in the Brick City, was in
trip. Tickets good to return up to .h i o i i y
; nd including une 25th i. raln leaveI tltee city on professional business yes-
a :205 pl terday. Col. Bnurford, aside, from being
We will have to arriv Monday u- a able lawyer, is i most excellent
-pioerlor quality of reldy-made skirts gentleman, and his friends in Gaines-
1 from $1t 0 to $15. ladloes, call around ville are always glad to see him.
sand examiiine our goods, as it Is no trou- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
ble, for is to shl|w you whether you Tablets are Just what you need when
S:buy or not. J. Mittiasse. you have no appetite, feel dull after
S lo for the sieahore! W. en atiig and wake up with a bad taste
i Klippi, mniiager of the Clarendon in your mouth. They will improve
j.nk, tieahriwzu Fla., will bte in your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
theu ity at thet Browni ouse, from the your stomach and give you a relish for
SC 20th to the 2:3rd inst,, and will be glad your food. For sale by all druggists
tO ttmit any one colitempliting a trip and medicine dealers.
Ii" to the coast this summn'er. :t. When 'it's crockery or chinaware
W, A. Jones., formlirly of this. olty, you desire, consult L. O. Smith. We
i butnow of elillany,, where he has a hitVe ua tall times the largest and best
.rossti d w tr w visit- selocted stock to bo found in the oity,
ad t woolomtractw a and vist- by buying it in large quantitiths
0,-' 0rto thisK ity 'vestkrday, ty r. Jr, .1 wne ar enabled to sell it just. a little
Sit will o ri'maihbered, autfflred a few cheaper than the other fellow. Call
Adyo age front a sever' losv by tire, tll us lnd we. can show you,
S but tates that lite is agaiti ill po- We hlave had the pleasure of meet-
tionto wrk to advantage. ing (hat. E. Orispint of Philadelphia,
t. have been trould .r the clever representative of Roblt.
with almdigebtioi and south stomtai, Johns, chinaware and ohina novelties.
s ays Mrs. Sarath W.. Curtis, of Lee,1 Chicago. Mr. Crispin is a descondanti
. MIs.," aid havo beooi taking Chai. of one of the tlrst families of l'euulyl-
l berhdnav tnath, Liver 'm Tablts, vania, his ancestors having held prom.
i "' wblih hiavt helped n very muchil,so .. "'"
that now I canl eat, many things that iilont government positions of trust..
: beforeo I could not." If you have any iThe Oak Hall baseball team re-
trouble with your atolmach why not turned yesterday from Live Oak.
t:a: these ta br aid get well? For .. where they net, the Sawyers and wvmit
sales. l ut down it defeat Friday afternoon. rThe
Mr. and Mra, J. W. E ttel yestrday -y expect to take their departtur. to-
morthldg enjoyed a delightful drive to day for Qulitan, (Ia., where they will
,the 'evi Mlllhopper. They report aiay it series of three games, beginning
,. that famous resort clothed l a tomorrow. They are in good trim,
i botittulo of green, and declare it and expect to walk off with tihe scalps
Sae one o the most romantic spots they orthe to itma teamvl. They must do
a tftvever seIn. It is to be regretted Ibetter thaii has fallen to their lot for
".that tite r:: to the Millhoplier are in the past four gamesL howverr.
u10h aaitt that a dr.te is more of a interesting to Asthma Sufferers. "
S. than a pleasureo, but with their lDaniel llante .of Otterville, lowa.,
o\dsroa t 0Veiiktiutaiugour poe- w-rit1es, "i.havs had asthma for three
C qarelyhit 'thte rap th erje no or four years and have tried about. all
the c si anid h 4thina ucurts in the
4 m'a tha "w i 'a eVsnai and have, ralediaaed atr wta
t.nae theru t*-.i a r letn ia Ii .New .York and
Sl th di ^- or 2::rtvery ittle benea
: nitWEt&honey and Tar,
ILt Iolt

Special sale at J. Manasse's clothing
ind dry goods store.
$7.50 suits for only........ . $4.98
Few more pair elastic seem drawers.
while they last for........... .38
$4.50 pants for........ ........$2.98
Mrs. S.C. Thomas of Thomasville,
after a pleasant visit to her daughter,
Miss Sadie Thorns, departed yesterday
for Crystal River, where she will spend
a few days at the guest of her son, J.
M. Thomas.
Our repair department for jewelry
can always be relied on. We may
charge you what a job is worth to do
it correctly for you, but when, it. is
finished you will not be troubled with
bringing it around again. Our work
stands the test. L. C. Smith.
"E. K. Rosborough of Windsor, the
clever and successful representative
of the Christie-Groover Drug Com-
pany, Jacksonville. was registered at
the Brown House yesterday. Mr.
Rosborough has been ,on the 'road for
about a year, and is regarded as one oJ
the most successful in the business.
R.T. Thomas and J. W. lines of
Willeford, who have been attending
court in this city, departed for their
homes Saturday. They, desiring t6
keep posted while in town, had The
Sun sent to their address in the city.
The latter being well pleased with the
paper had his name enrolled upon the
subscription list to be sent to Wille-
Jas. F. Smith, the photographer, is
up-to-date in every idea which he ad-
vances. Gainesvifle should feel proud
of such an able aAtist, who is regarded
as one of the tlnost in the South. Mr.
Smith has just placed at the door of
his gallery a case containing a number
of the latest niunts and designs in
photography, w ich attract a great
deal of nttentioj..
Tax4 n Babies.
Extreme hot ',eather is a great tax
upon the digest ve power of babies;
when puny and feeble they should be
given a few do.s of. White's Cream
Vernifuge, th e children's 'tonic. It
will stinimulate land facilitate the di-
gestion of their ood, so that they soon
become strong,, healthy and active.
2eo at Johnson Prosa.
Teachers Appo ted for Various Sum-
mer Schools throughoutt County,
The followiniippoiaitment of teach-
ers of sumner i*hools of Alachua coun-
ty have been made:
Cow Creuk-.4gnes Zetrouer.
Frauklin-*)MaIy Hague.
Jenniuiilgs lTke-lRuby Hawkins,
Fainnie Mizellu,

Trenton-J. A. Ormnond.
||Suwanutwee- A. Lindsay.
('herry Sik-k iley Tiliman, Claudia
lIeasant hllill -S, E. McIntosh.
Roadtleld--A Dampier.
Jnxville-.Ro May.
Grover--Roy Denhham.
tontimit-I hal lMalphurs.
hickory Hlill -F. 11. Ellis,
Townsend-- larl Osteen.
Bartrarnm-E'.,. DeLand, Alma Os.-
toon. ,
Clevelaiad-t- arella Abbott.
Union GrovM-0. T. Tillnian, Fla-
vius Caso1n.
Polk-Aun tiieOarlion.
.1Boll--J. 11. oofee. Belle Lindsay.
The above naweed schools will open
the first Monay iin July. Teachers
appointed theoito will please indiate
Their iaaeeptanei of the same at once or
sueh places i la s".4olated vacant
and otheli app4tintesUts made.

Btlunders a&r4i tmisai very expen-
sive. Ooeaixui lift tt0l.f li thoe
pries ofa bmieleu.yi)t astr b

domestic animal; State vs. Jas. Nash,
l4rceny of a domestic animal.
There are only four cases of a crimi-
nal nature remaining upon the docket,
which is the cleanest criminal docket
for many years.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't your food does not do you
much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
the remedy that every one should take
when there is anything wrong with
the stomach. There is no way to
maintain health and strength of mind
and body except by nourishment.
There is no way to nourish except
through thi stomach. The stomach
must be kept healthy, pure and sweet
or the strength will be let down and
disease will set up. No appetite, loss
of strength, nervousness, headache,
constipation, bad breath, sour risings,
rifting, indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles are quickly cured by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold
by Bodiford & McCollum.



T. AH. May 6f .High, Sprilgs Was a
visitor t ythis oiyf eh pt w A Great Many Cases of Criminal Na-
vifsitor ort yotir ae Were Disposed Of Quickly.
wool crah orn flannel u $. The special term of the circuit court
Fine quality. MareusnBdel. which adjourned in this city Friday
J. D. Bradley, a progressive citizen afternoop will go on record as one of
of Hague, was among thoe' who visited the most effective held in Alachua
the city yesterday. He was registered county for many years. While it is
at the Brown House. admitted that two of the defendants
Atlantie Coast Linm w-el rouqd pleaded guilty, thus saving three days
trip tickets to Jacksonville on Monday, work for the court and, naturally the
June 22nd, for $1.60. Convenient expense of the same, the number of
schedules in both directions cases actually handled is remarkable,
and reflects great credit upon the ex-
Cheap. to New York-Any person trefabilityof Iis Honor Judge
contemilating a trip to New York and lty oor
return would find it to their financial Wills and Prost.cutng Attorney Cal-
advantage to correspond with The Sun. houn.
A. Wolfenden of Sampson City was During the term of the court, which
among'the visitors to this city yester- occupied a little less than two weeks,
day. He is a member of the firm of ten cases were disposed of. There
Wolfenden &' Co., manufacturers of were five not prossed for various rea-
yellow pine lumber. sons, which were as follows:
For Sale or Rent-Corner Church State vs. Israel Putnam, libel; State
and Pleasent street (Drake's corner) vs, C. B. Easterlin and F. W. Wynn,
store, living room up stairs and ser- gambling; State vs. John D. Easter-
vant tenement in yard. 100x,104. B. lin, falsely impersonating an officer;
0. Drake, Trustee. It a.m,, Tv W i. hwaite. larncnv nf a

[Implrters' samitles]
Choice 15c each. Actual value
25c to 500ceach.

Ready to hang at $1.00, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.50.

Ladies' Lace Hose at 15c, 19c,
25c and 50c.

In short lengths and remnants of
all sorts of Summer Goods.




Full line of FINE OAS-
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention td
all business in this line.'.
Orders by mail or tele-
graplh prolmtly attend-,,,
ed to. :



(113 E. UNION ST.)

Special Reductions in several

grades while the cards last

\Vill for the present., or until the saloon
opens up again at Gaineeville, make
cut prices rq follows, ship from Ocala:
4 full qtiarti Laurel Valley Corn... 800
4 full quilarts old full proof corn 2 50
4 full boiAlei Diplonia ........ .. 8 00
I full ctae Diploma. 12 bottles... 8 00
.4 full bottles Piekwick Club. 4 00
I full ease Pickwick Club ....... 1150
Hlenne6sry X X Cognac randy 160.
Mumm s Champagne, pintsa....... 1 'i
Mumm's Champagne, quarts. 8 50
Budweiser Beer, per dozen....... 1 25
Budweiser Beer, per barrel. .11 50
Gin. Corn, l0 e or Bourbon, $1.65,
$1.75 $, $2.i a $3. $4,and 6 per gallon,
Club in and send in your orders.
Ritiletber this offer otandsa good only
until I open up again in Gainesville.
Cash Rmust accompany all orders, for I
can't afford to charge any thing at lo.
prices offered. Order#a filled promptly.
No charge for jugs, bottles or packing.
Yours anxious to please,
J. F. EDWARDS. ea Fla.
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Cantaloupe Season Will Last Only a
Few Days Longer.
The cantaloupe season in this sec-
tion has been one of the shortest for
several years. The crops have been
good, but the fruit ripened in what
might be termed a simultaneous pe-
riod, and the movement for the past
tend ays has been very heavy.
Those who are supposed to be in a
position to know state that the season
will close about the end of the coming
week. There will be a few shipments
made the week following, but these
will be what the commission men term
"stray lots," and will not be applied
to the section generally.
Those who have shipped cantaloupes
this season have realized fair prices
and as a rule express thenmelves as
being well satisfied. Present indica-
tions show that a full crop will be
planted in this section next season.
Fig-ht Will be Bitter.
Those who will persist in closing
their ears against the continual rec-
ommendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for consumption, will have a
long and bitter fight with their trou-
bles, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
miination. Read what T. R. Beall of
Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
my wife had every symptom of con-
sumption. She took Dr. King's New
Discovery after everything else had
failed. Improvement came at once
and four bottles entirely cured her."
Guaranteed 'by all druggists. Price
50o and $1. Trial bottles free.
A Handsome Wagon.
C. C. Pedrick has just turned out
for Manager George Doig of 'the
()ainesville Gas and Electric Light
Company, a handsome spring Gem
wagon, which will b used by the comn-
paty in a general service. The wagon
is a perfect pattern of that celebrated
vehicle which Mr. Pedrick has been
turning out so satisfactorily for the
past. ten years. and will no doubt prove
of good value to the purchaser.
The body of this wagon is of the
.standard wagon gAeen, and the letter-
ing is of yellow. It will make a hand-
some appearance when placed in coti-
Hot Weather Weakness.
If you feel fagged out, listless and
lacking in energy, you are perhal"
suffering from the debilitating effects
of summer weather. These symptoms
indicate that a tonic is needed that
will trvate a. healthy appetite, make
digestion prfteet, regulate the bowels
ad' impart natara activity to the
Iwtar. Tblsa Herbine will do: it is a
tonie, laxative aad restorttive. 1. J.
FreaudiPropr. Grand "View Hotel,
ve "I hae ed
jur rso

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