Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01929
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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: July 26, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01929
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
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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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cial Telegkrvam. Prom Gen-
oral Gomez.


rding to His Report Late Battle
a Moat Sanguinary, More Thar
e Thousand Men 'Being Killed or
ounded on Both SIdes.




racas, July 25.--(Olrder has been
1tbllhed at Qluda.d Bolivar,
he following l. a copy of the offi-
telegram sent by General Gomez,
which captured Cudad, Bolivar,

it events:
Wludad Bolivar, July 20.-On Sun-
July 19, the enemy opened fire on
lines. After 50 hours' deadly
'ggle we recaptured the city. The
uit of our victory l as follows:
laspecting the battlefield we found
e than 1,500 men killed or wound-
on both sides.
-Our side has to lament the death
General Henrilqie Urdanetta. P
0n the side of the nemy, General


unueno was killed and many other
feers were captured, including 28
nerals, among them being Rolan'do I
zeman, Vasquez Ferreras, MasDon-
lo. and Lulgi Seguar, 61 colonels and
ny officers ot'low rank. All the !
ter have bee. set at libe-rty.
'We also cap tured 3,000 Mausers,
field guns and 200,000 cartridges.
"The tratii ,e reras and other
MuflaRk0 escaped altli-axe In hiding
t the city. (Signed) Vincente Go-


ny Deaths Reported on Behring Sea
I North of Nome.
.Tacomna, Wash., July 25.--Seven. .
ttits are reported on B3ering sea,
ir4h of Nome, by recent -arfVals from
iat quarter, The boat steerer of the
haler Morning Star, cut his throat
Id bed to death. Early in July a
tivw was carried from Cape York
A the ice pack and drowned. A
tort time previous- two natives of
lamedes island were drowned in a
ihllar garner. -. .
Natives from Metletarvik, 10 mdles
Orth of Cape Prince of Wales, report-
h'that a boat contaning four white
On was crushed in the ice in the
wt week of July. Threp of the'
d"L re drowned, the fourth having
ched shore. The narnes of the
Ii are mitt known. The natives of
keCaHpe Prince of Wales have caught
& whales this season.

Danish Treaty 'Explres.
'Washington, July 24.-Tha treaty
,IViding for the acquisition by the
waited States of the Danleh West In-
ea, officially expired today. IIl
)eSmark should conclude to sell the
Plans to the Islands to the United
kates it will be possible to revise the
tovislons if thi treaty which has just
led. Meantitne the position of the'
ate department ls comfortable, for
aint done its part toward comnplet-,
Sttfe hargal t, the American govern.
eit, of ourso, could not sanction the
ale of the lklands by Denmark to
0 other government.

Judge TUr er Accept the Off ice
l -a y. 26.---Hon. Henry .G,
Of ooks county, has accept-
m< aptintnnt to *e OOice of as,
eo jist of the, supreme coUrt
tole vaar by the death of Judge,
iVPel I re pitkn, and teudMred to him
Oer'i Terren. Judge Turner
S hearty appreciation of
honor t e governor ha done nmi
te"nin him th. place upon the
u of the oate. a"d said as
t in d4 greatly improved, he
Sl a i os toaccept the offer.

"a tie... "W W .pop


In the Senate.
The uppet house had au busy day
y(s tvrday, s lan-ge number of moaasures
being disposed of. Several important
&eijate bills were passed, wBome gender*
al hills which had been adversely re-
po(rtol were killed and another largo
hat(hi of local house b10I04 were given
the foTmnial approval or the senate.
Among the senate bills passed was
that of Senator Smith providing that
all tho property which is without a
lawful owner shall belong to the tate
and setting forth the plan under which
it Is to be secured.
The senate passed thq, hill of Sen-
ator Perritt, providing for t}le care of
Insane convicts at the penItentiary
farm, at Milledgeville, Instead of In
.the asylum.
A touching tribute to the memory
of Senator Rountree was j)ald by the
senate yesterday.


Gilliam Had Trouble With Ralley at
Latter's Home.
Columbia. S. ('., July 25.-W. IL
Gilliam,. a white farmer of Union coun-
ty, was fatally stabbed by his son.
In-law, W. R. Raleoy. Monday" night.
Gllla-m livos about 12 nmfles from the
from the town of SHLRD TI UPPUi
town of Union. WIe returning to
bis home Monday, hA stopped to see
his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Bailey.
lie and his son-In-law had supper
together, but afterwards. In the yard,
a dispute arose, and Ralley slashed
his father-in-law with a knife o' the
jaw, barely mlissng the jugular vein
anmd stabbed him several times Il the
body, striking one of the ribs, which
alone kept the blade from enterin$
the heart.
Gllliam bled profusely, and It was
thought be would die before medical
aid could he summonOed. 0e is at I
alive, but in a very critical condition.
Nuted Surgeon Dead.
Detrot. ,July 26--Dr. GOeral te-
Lean. one of the most noted sNWrgaepb
in the state ded- today at hl tom
In this city freaa gastritla. Je was
president of the Amer*ca MedieaJ

Appessi Ce



Ceremonies In Church of 8ts.
Vino3nt ond Astasilus.


nalo from thle provinces as well
foreign cardinal, cannot help
putting. These two tendeucles
from the personality of Clardtin.
roll as the great struggle co
to be in his favor or against h
1f I.am'polla finds in the firs
he has a considerable number
he will try again. It he ,h
votes, and one of his oppone
many, he will renounce his cha

I aa tfi
al Ram.

t ballot
of votes
Ias few
nts has
nce and.


Hanging of Two BoyuXi r4-w'
era In Kentuoky.


Day of Filibustering In House---Busy
Time In Senate.
Atlanta, July 25.---Yesterday was
truly a day of filibustering with all ol
it- accomplishments, fur not one item!
of business did t he house treansact
during the almost four hours of the
Incidentally the proceedings weree
enlivened by the speech of Mr. Tigner,
of Muscogeo, who charged the exist-
once of a lobby -in favor of the Steed
It was a case of the Felder bill prov-
ingan exceedingly lively corpse, Mr.
kI elder and other supporters declined
to let it stay dead, if there was any
way of res'urectihg It.
The Steed bill was up as the special
order, but the house did not get any-
where near to a consl(efiraLliIn of It.
A motion to' reconsider action on the
Fielder bill, motions to indefinitely post.
pone an'd to table the Steed bill, moe.
Uirns to adjourn, calls for the eyes
and nays, and various" other expedi .
cents, including appeals from the speak
or's decisions, were adopted to prevent
the Steed bill from being brought to a
vote, the object being to postpone ac-
tion until next week and give the op-
pcnents of the measure a, chance to
Aubmit substitutes involving other
plans for the disposition of the con-
victs. ,
The plan worked so far as ith, lllUng
of one day was concerned, but filibus-
tering long drawn out is a practical
I l)possilhlity und1pr the house rules
aid the rulings of Speaker Morris, and
the end of the rtple has a-bout boen
The ways and means committee of
the house yesterday afternoon adopt-
o-. the amendment proposed by the
city council of Atlanta to the Davis
hill, amending the franchise tax law,
and sent the mecasutre )ack to the house
with the recommendation that It be
passed. I

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he and all flis irionds will support,, -- r
Church Was Elaborately Decorated In first, Cardinal Gottl, with whom 'he Youthful Burglar. Pay Death Penalty
Lack? Gray and Gold-On High Al.! now hao conme to some such agreement For Crime Committed in Kentuotky
tar Was Larqe Golden Crss--at d attend t to 'raise otti to the sn In 1902-Priest Administered QoW ti
falque Surmounted by Triple Crownly. This would mean t.he mainte- munion--Went to Death Calmly.
Rom, July 2.-nance of Popse lteo's policy an exact* Letington, Ky., July 28.--4Ifrl Whit
Rome, July 24.--A solemn fuiera.1lythe s-ame lines and ant-rusted to the ,of Nle attd l
mUass or' the reposi of the soul of Pope' the same n and ot rustred neyt .ot Nashville, and Chaude O 3 rlo *
Leo was celebrated today In the a rust because, as he belongs to the in tMe yard of iwayertte county Jail. he
hs of Vicent arid Aa' religious order, hlie would ronler t o boe ate a hearty brJla t and *
tau-.The 4or.. o the-huch, h.ccth tlo.bo ja te a. hearty bref a ast and ..
contains the viscar of all the pope's fieult at the arosent moment, consider- fo, oth were so aie at th e' 1it
rince Sixt s V to Plus IX. was decor ling the conaftions porvatlling li France. olVlted corne n from all te o al
ated In black and gold and bor pa and the Philippines. It seems, Two prlts at clock admihite.
long Inscrition In lAUn. .horefore amot sure that It the ut communlio. 'Both prisoners td
Church Decorated. first ballot it is not probable that G they felt better and were ready to die'
inside the church wa hung wit an e suessfulthis setin of the The death march began at 57 a.
black and gray and gold'and on the sacred college will tolde on ardal nm. Whitney smiled fiom the scaffold .
high altar was a largo golden cross, Di latro, one of Ramupolla's most faith, at the crowds. Both shook band ,
and in the center tood an elaborate ful Iollowera. with the priest.
catafalque surmounted by the trlV ll a Slli e O'Urlen'a lia moved In prayer as
crown. In frontofthe atatalquo ias count on the wo Silian canals. hands wore tied. Both said they did
cme coat of arnts of the lat potiffo One of them, however, Oardinal t1. olel ot have yth1111 to say.
e ('oat of ar-ns of the late pontiff, ta1,I aa'thlhri mlop of tPalernmo, Is oold (ho
with a profusion of flowersannd ,mn1.y ,lYeahb 90)a., ti lat i, la tlonsa tory of the Crimte.
ftag h of clerleals. Mayrs. rll cole itrongly oppoo his going to ROm 1 o n 1t was 2:80 oni thet mortifng of -Oct.
rated the ma, slated by all the told the (n ,.lave. poMtUcal 12. 1902, when O'rirlon and Whituny
students of the American .college. The -r -'n, apaih cardinali are i-: entered the home of A :. U in I n
church, which is not large, was over vorablu to tnpola, besides a uo*i' Wealthy iercht t.tan exnconfedorat
:owing with people, en Italianst, thus irking a tot l of soldier and with revolvers in hand, d4
Among the other funeral maasos ce.- 25. But to be elected pope I to neo-1 manded that the old gentleman pro.
el.ratod today, the pmot imposing was essary to get altogether over 40 voteot, due, his morley. Tholr voices awake,
that in the choir chapol of St. Peters, as of the present. 64 cardd nals upt more cnh-d Mrs. Chinn who .sreamned,
facing the chapl whre th o than tw o or three will be a bsont f-rami Asa Chinn- hadl rottratmodl from A
Pope Loo lies in state with a never theo (tuclave. d nce only a short time before arl
ending stream of people passing before T t-ospolla tndoncy hal had fallon IaluOp. He mnade hi. way
it. -A grand catafalque drapnd e l more prominent candidates, such as to a door of hkis l)ar4pt' room, iut on
tblach apr gold was In the center ol Cardinals OregllH, Serafino Vanuotelli, of the buIrglars saw him and ithiw 'T
the capel, and on t a triple crown Saolh a Agllordi, which wikl- eauto e gan'hooting. Ag a Chinn alC0 1st&IN* a ? 0i
held a conspicuous position, whi'h, difhlculLy In arrivink- at any agrme fire. riThe eldr Chinn hadI rait4 p) -
with f ke'ring candles aro,,nd the cat- met on any one of tle t I is ala- and wta alstting on hl.e aidei b ltL 4
afalque and clouds of Imnenso gave ready forebsladowed that should the hodl. ie was shot through the .body.&
a note of any icni toi the chpel, success of their ollpou.ents be probl-, 't U boys then ran from the rodo t .o. "
ohh-h we a wanllnao In th- ex lti ble,0 tmis grotp will oenlr all thIr the form of Aaa (Chln. who had-al--"
of the remain of the pope ,n the other votes on Cardinal Capacllato, arch boon shot, and was lyi4nl on the floor,
aIc' o(f th chuirci. 'l' io function bishop of Clhina. usitng his revolver as o br a ho eoultcm.
real(hi id the height of impurotsivenesg It t unbderstood that the Prutmlan WhLtney was wounded In the left knee.
when the voisa of the clh.Ir rang out minister aceredllod to the valhcan ha, The elder Cl-nn, nOrtally wontwld, "
the Dl)les Drac," which echoed all receilvod intTulctlons to favor thitfolm'. tV'mntoed to assist hilt on In the -battle
throughout the 1aillca. uion of Cardmial Soraflno Vantmuotetll, In Lth' utllway anId got out of bed
Important Mass Celebrated, or Cardinal Allardi. and went to the doni' where he dropped
Still another most important masn Cardinal Kopp, blshop of l3realau, deal.l
wus celebrated in those Church of Jesus I who arrived hero yesterday, has biotin The boys were captured a few days
belonging to the Jesults. 'Pather Mar- approached to the amine effect, later inar here, but owing to tbo rt u -
tin, general of the order, officiaterl ---- mors of lynching, were rem0ed to
personally, assistol by Father Myer, MOODY AT OYSTER BAY. lulvivlle I safoke elng.
th y s substitutee genoraT, wto It an 1- -- 1 O'lrh1n was i yrirs old, ati4 h is
A sbatitute genera. hr a Secretary of Navy Confers with Pros- hitmo was In Memphis. Tenn. Iarl
fllr.d with people bnlonglng to the upr Ident Roosevylt. W'hitney, onte year his senior, has rel
per claeof RHorm. Washlnlgton. July 25.--*oxretry& aIIt O In Nashsille.
Tpe cast ose o, Moody loft today for Oyster Bay,*
Smost ant r however where he will hav a conference with port is unfounded.
was that celebrated In thb royal chae p the president. The wrotary carrion. Vt1ma, Jtly '6.--o00 far as It can
o known at the Church pli th' marudea several Important matters to lay before beo eaertin od here the report of
ro. by the court chapair 'y o r the president, the decision of whulth Pritne Ferdinand's flight from Bui|lgas
th. king and queen of Ita:y. When will have a farrahiblng effmit on na. ria 1 unflouounMl and the reason given
l'mus IX died, four days after his Val leigsation. Advocates of the g, herj emIofflcaly, for his journey is
death mas was ('clobratr* e In thr 'ral'staff proje.4t tsy the fate ot that. correct The Bulgarian agent In tV4.
umlarlo hirch for thle r.-;ose of the measure will h decided at the -eon. ua said to the correspondent of the
oul of Victor Emmanuel., then lately fernorO whlch Is creopting considerable A sociated Preos this afternoon: "Th1Me
eo eased. Today it was celebrated Inttest -.I naval rireles. Secretary story pubMlehd by the Stampt., a d
for the rempos.e of the soul ofr L.eo XIll Mody will inpet nubu r of navy other" Delgrade papers that a revolu- O
Cardinal Celestia Talks. yards and also witasms the mn loei* tiie has broken onat In Bulgaria that
Carditnal Celestia, in an interview oB vers of. the' North AtimaUic sqaailro Prinee Wrdinadtd is about to lI "- --
vthe spirit whl' abshould inspire th before returning to Washington. had flie to Belgrade. an4 that thlrW
noricla'e ii the election of a new pope ,----v le ben 4 night aesaaelIttoaasj _
sa mo ae: SAVED A BAD COLL6SION, "nmotly of soId et f to ty at --iage*
.Verdlnanusi pala.e lat.S o fit"'
-Now, more than rvr. vveo need ai --dtttn'n Datae at 8 afle mald
orergetic pohtiff, bt at t h,. Ieno ate ie Motormen tops Care in Time to save relent political trick 4etntled to Ol
he muit be prndentt. W1'h extreme? a Young laldy, iroml-e Dligarl sand her r :casures on-' cannot rule With a Jaksaowvllo, ira,, July 26.--lre mw ti, doreet public attention tr the
r i.'1e course thero I a ah sys sme torman t fear 10i9, on the Main street pr"ent conditions B BaetR.j.- ,
t:m n:; to gas. I bavre xr x ne d in, probably aeatad t me llves oi two .
In my 3 years' rule In b .;shopr. I persons by bringing his car e to a '-full W11a O *04"e $ 6 ^Cjot'#k U'
have e-r juggled with my "oilscit A'OPVDleoyrWo'W g
or the dut-es my off ut I l ero boy was dring a .u Ia
maintained meat fr -endly *,rsonal re. which ** ted yauag e a e -I- i
nations and also cordls rT caaons with l The ar was comnlg down Mats l o 6 IW ima M
the ns aT authoths th who tet, ad tmhe dy drove the h or se on el yll te tel til

o. seass Thi, w*.s *he gs tue S .w-a slow to cree'a. o a,,, relty .-4Mee u. l 'lf ggg
of Pope leo With thbehelp of o be young lady,- slest bTr d dm ora of t Ut Ul hate 5te thet igs
It will be of his siWesWor." i1 i as 11 tr t 4*s tirlhi. 2
ELECTION ^ ^ w. *step the. preottuag iL'atittll. *1 t gLECTION OF NEW POP$* -de o_ ____ b. et te CXCtors $1fa

Appreasuieg Cgenesave 0iktest.uI-is, Sp ulI Leted of f steups
".. '. W-"- n a, limrer i be s t toar y the *sJ Is the i eea _ris l

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Ovy Jail Mr, and KID zvnn.


Vocal anS Nasal Proclivities SSb Wtlg rd frola
.^ ^Overbqrrtrl Ari:d Neitherkh ?PiQifw ,In nu 4tb9Q
*rs -t" Nor iknbrin l Ten t Jent a lii timO cUring 3st suc

.. .. ." i* *as ahe .iarbIe.. u heO.: mt-.c.n- -.-P b, o r eprepb enteh
p1ieed inthecounty jai s'veralwe1 t .$ 4urt p o da-s o
ago upon~ charge of abandoning a co tJeir te vii e~ repeated .T.pT .r.ix; va"
a ct,tot is the subjt of oversat- th roWd. ijety Dagist.c.. AskorooBook-lres.
-. among his fellow pisonfr! tow, for e the d ings bIt for worhing peo' LVT n Usure Ot .rcuir.I
has gone daft, and makes the corridors pe,-1C by ZA.d IV* (cedl Gulacess) *
ot .othe on eMqut islon r.lng with his < and otherss,. e wa met ther. oe ll ft 'A
boisterous voice,. Paullng,l according Iwoid lves had JLor4 Ardtlaum (Ar. 111
to Jailor Guthrle,'is not any too par- t'a GuinneesB ?nd ecopanled y iltO
- tiolar Wtth his yoeabulary, either, them and Irihl S oretary Wyndbam, ..W .
fr' he wear andi ays all, sorts of entered the tenements aind talked' tree "Aflter I was 5s4ae*e4 to .5 CASCA-
bg whtiit w*oud o prove very. ly 'with the lnhahtahts. S I wil nev.rie wroiin the house.
greebleo the e .a. of a lady1 even "- ... lhe ad I 1a4 stomaels Sr tble. ow. sInes tak-
."m!CtrrtbnbrO th We tH t lst with lbesae1lolal reauls.o fr sour itmach."
.;iii ';''.i. er of, lhe Oo 5 ic Camclgo, 'Viliy 24U--'ire almost en' 'j0. ro ti imn cgel 5t., st, Loui.. Ma
tIp.id tootim thae.ie v t Omaha Paoktli company today cau CA
I a loss estimated at $500,000, ItMt .CATITI

-- -ie. In: t Tw m".r, .';Pul, ]wU
Suks l elthew as he taken a drmik of: t on in4- the t d retblg plant. T'heo
I I W .st ar ,j kiow.5 e e reazln: plant was consumed asd the o .Ai3LPi._ '
19' as signed I a.:rivate ctll, where la ts Lread 'to an 8.strty brick ware.
.hp pases the time, away barking like a boa~e cngta lin.g quantlsles of lard
p, rpar~ing and otherwise mnakg ansd e o,06,0 0000 :pounds of pork, moet o.

^ ^i^......... '' ^a len**l^, n 0eo 8 I Plelili Pau l^l, .
th 4ay anid nights hideous. The in- whih waa praticealy de0~royeCd. PzbPten To o. o
t i -of the Jaildeclare that they iW ...." ... QURE OONSTIPATION ..
gt io rest, 'fol' when Pauling become owo Way to Kceep Aeeo0nt. s4ls 4.i.m.r cCpoy,. ise., M.ntra.i. NOw Y.r. Is5
e#iS1ted and goe1 to sleep heo soore ..o In. a book. of accounts round on the n AC la teed by all "d.g-
s d that hs'nasal ia altst a' ,premtses o0f a bankrupt dealer IU a city n ,Ogu- .., M obaco uat.
aso 8h8ls Voeal proclivities. P lx tae weept of England were the fol ,-_________
resid: 5,ng::'*iar the prison state thatB iw e Will B N ER ALVE
credit had-been given and which would
:whn the night is still, they., can d have pulled all the official receivers ORl
tlhiotly hear the man snortng at a di- in the kingdom: Woman on the key,
:tale f fl fy yarlsy y an) many tenants Jew woman, coal woman, old coal wo- ii the i ost healing salve in
:t ohe rouning houses declare tlyhe man, fat coal woman, market woman, thi watcld. It cures Sores, Cutts
wii be L compelled to amoe if Paeul l8t a vomnan, a m o wgan littel Skn Diseases
b tiakfen. way., milk girl, eaidle mnan, stablemani, u Sn
he authorities at Ohattahooohee coachman, big woman, lame woman, It pp9sti 5ly
h e beer old ad an at quiet woman e man el black girl,
S the asylum is e peoted to come Jew man, Mrs. in a cart, old Irish worn-
fo1he.unfortunate 'victim -wihin. the an, wonmn In Corn street, a lad. man
S;itheanort uti nate atim within llthe n the .ountry, long Sal, Mrs. Iraish elgbaker, So East Obo t
iy or two, thusathe situlon will woman, re. feather boinett. blue bon- i write I ad a ad ca
b' ieved and' the usual peace will nett, green bonnett. green coat, blue PIa l esta e manE att
; b stored. bHt.es, v bllg britches, the woman that *imeL i d.y.; .atalmA l
to ihe Perft i ed nd.te woman that told
l Th. A. Jqtley, Medioie, Me T. me of the; man.--Lodon Tit-'Bits. AAAgET e80e
wrtit h "I have ueed .Herbine for a In Old Time ionse. Sold by J. W. McCollum & Co.
at-b'o-of years, and oan oheerf lly' To go down Into the low celled kitch- i 4"
rem)meond It as the mott perfect en, with Its heavy, rough hewn tim-
llTr me pdlhcie, and the greatest blood b6ra Iaid Its great fireplace with the
pdtiftlr. It is a medicine of positive loga fast turning to coals; to look into
merit, and fully accomplishn e all .that the old brick ove, where bread for a
tis olaied for it." Malaria cannot reglment could ensily have been baked, i a.
fnd a lbdgement Lin the system while and, perchance, to be aaked to sit down
thellver Is in. perfect order, for one of on the old wooden settee under the lit-
its functions Is to prevent the absorp-. t ld ht t or the
tion of fever-producing poisons. fler tie window where the pot of flowers K
S most ient liver regulator stand and drink tea from as qualiut
S e60o at Johnson Bros. blue cp will complete te h chnawn the FOR HEALTH AND IlECREATION.
place has thrown about you. Many Situated on the Jacksonville and
Injured In Brewery Explosion. fantasieS ,will throng the mind, and Southweter railroad eleven
Butler. Pa., July 25.-- ulllus Flnn the shadows cast upon the walls by the
.and euorgoe Friel, of Butler, and lmile wavering light iake this house their north of the town of Alachua. Strong.
Yost. of New York, were perhaps f* hoome-one booted and spurred and with est sulphur in Florida, Cures Rheu-
tlhly burned in an an explosion at the Bt a military step, the other a rustle of matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
lor brewery while painting a vat, A silk and a whiff of.r.o~ pe rume.-Four Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
broken electric light bulb caUsed iOlU Track Newa. table fare. Rates $5 per woek. Free
tio-- of Inulamul..mble vapors. baths.
\ .tlon el in~anm_ _le vapors. ,,, S, ang inamm o . _....... .......' :....- .-..,.-.._ -
O nnumiton is s1 extraordUpartly sen-
England Won Trophy sitive that great care has to be taken The Florida
Blsley, Eng., July tS.-Rnsland won with regard to its surroundings on
the national challenge trophy tod.y board ship, as a bale of very fine cn-. an Truck Grow er
with a score of 1,82L Wales was see namon will lose much of Its delleateo I it and Truck Grower
ond with i.S 15. Scotland scored 1,604 aroma it packed among bales of coars-
and Ireland 1,755. er bark. Varlous.exp4dients have been One Year. . ..... ...... $1.00
S tried to remedy this. The Portuguese Single roples... ........ 10
I^LF ^I ilOinEf Alr ~and Dutchb Isolated the tAles by pack- -----
ng them in cocoanutt fiber or in cattle A handsomely Illustrated magazine
_d__ _. 'fti hides, but it Is found that the only devoted especially to the interests of
TELriGRAPHIC BREVITIES.' 'real.sateguardl s to pack bags of pep- the fruit and vegetable growers of
per between the balek.-"Two Happy Florida.
The tend of the M -iss'lppt state o Yearu in CO lon" A special trial subscription of six
11essl Ilbt.i .con.eas with tb "rimwary months will be sent on receipt of 25
S rne wh the y t B cents., Stamps taken.
In two woeks. Fow predictions are t "Trh boas donmt allai keep his word," -
being made. 7. remLarked the oABce O 9'*boy
The .toc'h.oldertof thoe Cifton Man. ."What'i he bel n doin. now?" In NIC A_ nd' S 100u0 lId U 3
ut: ctul'lgi comphlny. In session at Spmr. quired the stenographi. aks Florida
S anbul, S. .., authorlaed the issue of "'He told me when ie went out thI acaol Foda
stock proposed by the board of dlroc- mortin' that hed call Ume up on the
.tora. telephone. 'SMted o that he called me
S At Beaumont. Tex., a ngro who down for not naiwerin*' t when e .Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2p.m.
S fatally wounded a polleeman was shot come baci frou lunch." Cincinnatit Bartholomiay Rochester, ala Imr
to d eath h' a posse, o. werwwat bne. prte Wrhr~ Beet Dright
:. Kelley, a fugutlve from Mdllsourl be. . t. .
-'"-nrie of an IndiTtment soe ll:-lm:' 8 itia u yoatging to
Smney to Jhn Lehe wene rn a railway line right thro"gb you Steak Fish, Oh am in season
:: i' money w to John Lee when the barn to crter. Pool, %lUala, Bowling
ltter was lieutenant governor. I Farmer's Wife-All rlghtt I don't Alley. 180 'W. Bay at.
In the house of common Sir Oharies .mid. But yot remember that I will. ,
ilke. .bitterly attacked what be caUld have no trahi after 9 o'clock at night -
the lacons l tett torelan poltoy of th1e l: htv j ro atentl a n o gettgO up after AX KRA S
1M"teal x that W tto eethe do t or the tralAs to U
MA x M *as aUa Atnertan monve go thim h. ,, ltpre ttn
taly countustoners &av* eaompleted .. j R ree
tir laors at Berlin and will leave An obSt1 ol op A & CO
*.s St eburg. lena; they .hole him.-Butlqe, ". __ V m

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w ortby o01 Lt QSThACTS
Consideration RORMPT ArAA'L08S.

W e cover these important points and resp6etfully
solicit a share of your biiness. '

Fire, Lie, Accident, d Healthisurance.

----Agents for the --

Victor Safe and Lek Company

The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the parehase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box'to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished, QAIM~8VILLE. FLORIDA

Air Lie Railway.

19 20 p ......
S26 ......
1 51 I 12 1
2 56- 2 15
5 10 p 7 20
4 14 P 4 18
6 11 5P 809
7 08 p 11 20
7 28 pill 46
745 12 30
e 00 p! 6 40

SCEDULB ErrnCTIV JUNBe 28, 1908.

7 16 a r oo-l
680a 4 20
4 04 a, 2 50
....... 130
..12 52
1 5 8 12 411
12 288 511 6
7 00P 25
10 28 V 10 37
9 28 P 9 46
4 45 p 7 42
3 O p 727
3 00a 2 00
8 00 P. ,

P 8 00 p;ljv.................. Jaettmonvlde................Ar 10 50 a
v 3 40 p ....... .......... ...Balddwin.................. 10 12 a
p 6 03 p .. ..... ... Waldo ......... .... ... 8 20 ,
b pG......\. \OAINE8VILLE I"... 'Lvv ,5 a .
7 5 p Ar ................Cedar Key.................v 5 15 a
. ...... Lv............... ..Silver BSprings............... . .....
a ....... .......... ........... Octla ...................... .......
a ....... ........... ....... W ildwood.................... I .......
a ..... ................... Orlando .................. .......
a ....... ................. Dade Olty . ... ........... ......
S...... .... .....Plant City............................ .......
. ... ..... .... ............. Palw etto ................ ..... .......
a....... .................. .Manatee.... ...... .................
p ....... ...... .............. Sarasota ................... ........
a ... .... IAr ................. Tam pa ................. jv ......

NORTJ AgD EAST 8 34 I 66 1 NEST AN6 fIWQOLtEANS I 56 I 57 1
Lv Jacksonville.......... 845a 750 .. ....vJacksonville................. 40V p 2a
+ArFernandina............ 1 OR pa ...... r oake City........................ 5 51p1 20a
Ar Brnswick.......... 2 p 0 ...... r iveOak............ ......... 6 8B 1204 P
A Savannah.. .......... 1 iop 11 s a ..... Ar T adlson............... .. .... 755p 258ap
Ar Fairfax.......... ...... 8 09 p 1 44a....... Ar o tcello....... .................. 10pi 15p
Ar Denmark.............. 3 57 r 220 ....... Ar Tallahassee.................. 9 40 p 825
Ar Columbia.............. 50 p l a ... Ar Tuincy............. .... 4 17p
Ar Camden................ 740p l4..74.. .lAr Tiver Junctio .............6....... 506p
Ar Hamlet............. .. 9 p ... Ar e sa ol........................... s p
Ar W ilm lngton.................. 1205 ..... Ar Obile an.............. .. ..... ...... 255a
Ar Southern Pine......... i p 9 ... Ar ew Orean.............o ....... 725 a
Ar Rali gh.... ..........l1 pl04 Lv Jacksonville......................
ArTPortnsoutbh......) sa 6p...... ar aon.......... ",.......... 40
Ar Hiohmond, Va......... 685 a 812p.... Alanta .......................... a
Ar Webhlinton............. 100a 880p .. Chattnanoga.................
Ar Baltimore ......... 1128lSpNashville............... .........920P;
Ar Phlbladellihlaf...........1 8 p 2 6 ....... St Louis. ............... ..........20
ArNewVork............ 4 15 lp s3oa ...... Chicago..................."::.::::: ::::::: a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except
Saturday, from Gainesville.
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. 6, 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. b6and 5T, Pnllman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesday!
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent,. (ainosville.


BETW i !: N
j acksonville iarid New York,
palling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
The FiPest Steamships in the Coastwise SerTiee

Clyde w England and Southern' Lines
Direct &urvice Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON a&id
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern .Points, ,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound.............. ... .....From Lewiis' Wh Boston
Northbound...... ....... From Foot of Catherine et., Jasonvilli:

Clvde St. Johns River Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. FranciS. Beresford (DeLand),and
S, Landings on St. John. River
S appointed to sailjAs follow:
Leaves Jacksonville 8:80 p. m. Sundas, Tuesdays. and
Leaves an ford 9:80 a. m. Monday, ednesdays and F,
Leave :Spm ..............Jackonville .....
i ... or........ ....
4 a.- ..... .......... t. F r a- ....;...... -
Axrr.)am ... .

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'ites Farmers Will S
't^^ ljI^ Notes of
id.ri6si A ru, July 2,
nced a'i'.it: $ bimmis rains for two or
t~lU.i very beneflloial
0. ?ettit fii W, days aOhe of the f
iexico to lgOi, inig in- our farmers lai
i there. -l hiped that is the general
ill not be gone ^yeas*0e as he was and save hay.
S' -/." ging to waste
L Brtnnindg ittened t6 e Con- every farm in tl
inte RBenio in' ionvit le, and running expen
in the reo elo"t o:k-feGovernor still we send V
.ing and tlexo z raion on the $1.50 per one hi
in no'better thanu,
B. Kennard i. .ere'ting a livery in our fields,
e and will move firom the old gressive farnme
, which will be oecupie4t by Tomni mowing machii
,ht. Misses Ella a
. Mattie McOra(tle of Valdosta is dise, who have
ing her sister, Mrs. Dr. Joseph Blantoni for tth

principal stimulant to study in
public school for study for the
ierm will be CGofee.
Johnson of Marion county was
kr town a few days ago for the first
n forty-two yeara, He was then
tier with his regiment. Of those
We here then only Mr. and Mrs.
eKennard and Mrs. Mary Paschall
remained here ever since.
K. Godbey id family are visiting
I'Punkin" island, Santa Fe lake,
*0io' watering'place, with Alexan-
Ikirk Smith-ir thei r host.
.0. Doane has sold'out his mercan-
Bbusiness to W. D. Beigler, a for-
imnerchant here.
Renault ha"s/old his farm to Mr.
of Bradford county -and has
'ed back into the Renault House.
shop Weed conducted services
toing and afternoon at the Episco-
4'hurch last Sunday.,
,Entenza is in very poor health,
ned to his home,and has been for
e weeks.
6 Sunshine Band of young' ladies
le Methodist church held a social
'Thursday afternoon at Jolly's Hall.
freshments w re served and tlhe
eeds go to cure literature for
e Epworth League.
-The evening daily, the Metropolis of
a keonville, is growing in popularity
.ere. We receive it at 5 o'clock p. m.
Sthe afternoon of publication.
O arhome talent is honored by the
ointment of Sties Claudia WVil-
s uid Claudia Aitbrose to be
oihers ihi our school.
\ A Very Close Call.
I stuck to my engine, although
ry joint ached and every nerve was
aied with pain," writes C. W. ltel-
a locomotive_ flr.man, of Bur-
ton, Iowa. "I was weak and pale,
out any appeti-te and all run down.i
7Iwas about to give up, I got a bot-
-of Electric Bitters, and after tak-
it,' I felt as well as I ever did in my
." Weak, sickly, run down people
ys gain new life, strength and
r from their use. Try them. Sat-
tion guaranteed by all druggists.
50 ents.
S'n ,'-:rnt Yet Reached.
.r:::' : -:. Ain.. July 255-The con'
"'' r"...n ofTficltals of the Amanl.
t .,ion of Iron and Steel
-: d* e Republl Iron and
r r:!- n. rd the "'Tennessee
.I '' R'iilway company. with
tOn te scale to obtain in the
te rLI;i :,.)artmente of the rolling
is f,' t' present fiscal year, Is
S!n ;. *- :'so. It is attended by
e' T J. Sihaffer, of the first
ed a:,, fI lton. No friction t an.

.Consumptives Need Not Despair
many cases pronounced hopeless
physicians have been cured by
iy's Honey and Tar. L. M. Rug-
.ofReasoner' Iowa, writes: "The
tor said I had consumption a.id I
. no relief until, I used Foley's
its and Tar. It helped me right
the start and stopped the spittin
lood and the pain in y lungs and
I am sopnd and well." 8old by
McCollum" &o.-
-Husband 81ays Young Wife.
1rollto u, Ga. l 2B.-Robert
th. A young after nea Whites-
In this couSt, O.sot and killed
yOuntg wife Thursday afternon #t
met four h M"- t*I L efe Lt
Wera ar, after him 0twth Is said s
ae whipped his wif WednesdY
Waylaid am&d shot her while to
Ug trom hr father's b.a

Wa W. a Awy.
e f'ilowi.ngj *Robert R.
h.of Salem, .. in*struetive
have been tr tld Witb kidney
e for ih-. ,..4.. I lot
Sd neve- t. w',,v11ja dlored
leading pa iti d ll

Cie. :

e Their Hay-Oth Perfe ih ible plan to take
Personal Interest. P / rlied
S.-We have ha and can bl relied upon, to act gently, bur
ree days which werd e Laxative thorpi lhy, cleansi.tth6e entiree system of
to growing crops. all impurities. 8ich a medicine is MOztey', Lni.on
gr-atest imiprovemrnuts Elixir. It is a pleasant l.moia tonic, accetble to. the
ve made in many yetra mioSt delicate Stomach, uld acts thorotlghb) V-uporn the
preparation to make bnwels, liver and kbiinws without the lightest, un-

T au i lenpl eastness Sold by all (1ruggists at 500 a bottle
Iiisouontry to pay the MOZLE '8 LEMO HIOT' DR1_oPS, with. M ozley'
ses of the farms, and out an t. qtal for couig-hs, colds, onrce throat.
Vest for hay and pay and bronchitis. 25c al.ottle.: Le O
hundred pounds for hay Eli i

I Wt,. -, a- l-t2 jL v, li,
', vvral of oiir more ipro-
,ri have bought new
nld Cora Ilart of Para-
belin visiting Miss Alice
days, retunied home


today, much to the regret of the many
friends they nmadte while in thid con-
Miss Alberta A)stolen of Alachua is R
visiting her aunt,lt Mrs. P. B. Olark.
Mrs. J. T Price and clililren have b"'
returned from an extended visit to
South Florida.
Mrs. T. J. Terry has returned from f
Fort White, where she had gone 'to ,
take her baly to consult an old family
Contractor Wittstock Moves Safe
Weighing Eight Thousand Pounds.
"I'll tell you, this safe-moving busi- N
ness is not what it is cracked up to be, Da
especially when it's a big safe," re- J
marked Contractor Wittstock Friday H
as he stood by, gave orders and saw his
force of six strong, healthy men, tug- mv
gilng away lit the enormous new safe 7
recetly received by the 1)utton Phos-

plate Comniany.
The safe weighs ,(X000 pounds. It re-
quired this force of six men nearly a
day to move the big vault a distance of
about two hundred yards, which was
done by nmeaas of "skidders." un heavy
timbers. It will hbe placed in the office
recently occupied bly the DLutton lPhoa-
phiate Company, ill the second story of
the Ulnited Statesu lldnt olice building,
and yesterday the force was busily
engaged in elevating it by means of
jacktcrews. l'lThis is tiul' of the largest
individual saf's in the city. It is pro-
vided with all the ntodtern improve-
mints and patents, being both Ir*e and
biirglir proof. It is a very l handsomely
jiletiof ollice fi rnitiir,, if it imly be
turned such, being nicely decorated.
Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea,
"About six years ligo for the first
time ill ily life Iad i sulddt i alllnd
sew're at tack of diarrhoea," says Mrs.
Alice Miller, of .Morgni, 'Texas. "I
got tumllnpoirry relief,. lbutit i came black
agaiin aind iigain, itnd for six long years
I have st fT.rerd iour misery an d agony
than call tell. It wias worse than
death. My hlusbanlid spent huindeds iof
dollars for plysiciaiii' prescription
and treatnlenit without tlvail. Finally
we moved to Hllsque cOit unty, our pres-
ent hoine, and one day I happened to
see anl advertisement of (Chartberlain's
Colic, Cholera ali, 1)itrrhotai Remedy
with a testiioniial of a mian who had
been cured by it. The case was so
similar to iny own that I concluded to
try the remedy. The result was- woni-
derful. I could hardly realize that I
was well again, or believe it could ie
so after having suffered so long, but
that one bottle of medicine, costing
but a few cents, cured ncme." lFor eale
by all druggists and medicine coin-

A Successful Meeting.
The menmbera of Center Iodge No.
11, I. O 0. F., held an unusually inter-
esting sessBii nat the lodge room Fri-
day evening.
The lodge was honored with the
presence of three distinguished broth-
ers in thelple rsons of Hlon. T. V. Hinktk
of Satsulna Hights, Past Grand MAss-
ter of the order, J. L. Rankin of Pa-
latka and N. C. Pettit of Waldo, prom-
inent and worthy examples of Odd
Fellowship, both of whluin are well up
int the work.
At this meeting the second degree.
one of the prettiest and most impressive
of the series, wa con ferried upon three
candidates, at the conclusion of which
the visitors congratulated the lodge
upon its efficiency in its work.
Under the hed of "tile good of the
order" the visitors and other n made
some talk' wtieh were very -nt-rest-
ing, especially the talk of Past Master
Hintks. ___ -
For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua County:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of sheriff, subject to
the action of the next Damocratic pr-
Mary. If elected I promise to dih-
ebrl e the duties of the offlee to the
Ivr best of my ability. a, d I sollitt
the support of ull voter at th. polls.
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nlbi. essarmnea oArik..
XOv, J. W. DMr (of Ak kns kethodlmt Coufo e osgwvit ) "] oel4MAtl fifyoe s tot w oem
of'.autESL1A. Wowodra bow waaeaa~b~~ntb~ it Totralai'I M

p=ckage ot .TEKTINA. -W0woaderheirwwe h riaent n a packageand is came ateot asopportnsa time out abewasI a a serious conditiomIthlbowels had
an Inbd o dilution fora4 rs4e dnotblia that we g idny goo A o do ot TTiN ve
tect relief andI he halbdno further roabie. Other mtbun o the tallly I have use It and t evlr doeI
a a perfect sucoes.

atnesville & Galf Railway CompanY

Time TabhA in eTtfJuly 5. 1903.

qo. fi. 0, r
ally Nto. 4. N4) No. I. N'It, 'o. ly
EKo'S Dilly Dafly. STATIONS. Dt ll. iiy. En l
i.ify ua

SP MLv P M,!'v A kI
45 .. . ..
0 6 ........ .......

45 .............

15 40. 7 8
1 ... . . 7 24)
20 03 7 2.. 7
61 . .. .... .. .
OS ....... .. .

t() Lv 6 15 Lv 6 45
85 6 40 7 o8
., I6 5? 7 20
40 7 15 Ar 7 46
.. .. 87 5 8 13
. .. I. I... I i );

. 1... 10 11 10 at
........ 8 4) a 4 1 ()
... 7 a 7 45
v* P r A M Ar PMl

. t .......F tlr dlr ... ..
.. .. rvine ...........
... .. rvai ....
.. .. Hi k'tuitn .....
........ L ike Si t ...
.. ... floano)py .......
.... ........ orl f 44%.......

. .. Ii'lew ellen...... .
...W. aohoot& ......
.. ooky Polut.....
S...tt..t ae villf. ..... t
. ...... B llnam v.... ....
.............. ,,rU ..... ...
........ ... ( 1 r nlia i. .
.ameain ..ty ....
..Iuk 'Butlt, H(4. 8. & ).
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... Mieon, G 8. & ....
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0 20
8 55
8 40
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7 24
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4 45

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8 40
p l

p 5 15
a. 19 48
9 900
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/ J F L. E. BAKERt, General Suprintoideont
J F. HILL, Agent. JAS, M. GNAHAM. President.


Jacksonville's Finest
DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors
_. . .. .1... ..go.

JA.'M OGaATnA, P'residrnt


6 0th)
S 6 45

5 35
.j 40

4 4h
i 3t

4 ).1

4r 1100
2 80

1 10


Gao.s W. HIvD3, Vloe'Presldent

08' C; -,r Z XX .


Capital..... .... ............ $50,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Proflte... 20,000 00
Dooe ea< luixvely *b 7 anbi twuine, wlsb fetafl 0is 04WSo say bahn to 6be ate. Iolh
the sooounts of rarmer-. Mreba O MOt *&taog, o. aInteresmt allowed
bt specials rratliroitAtli. AM w btmi 'intred Wosmpar.
I .. TAYLOR Oaitera

Gainesville Gas&Electric LightC

Will contract for all of your Electrical Wllng, Fx
tures, Electric Bells and Burgiar Alarms. We make a
specialty of Electric Wiring, guarateeing all work to be
done with Southern Tariff-Asooiaton. -eforo having
electrical work done, call at office and get prices.

Fin As ND




Alachtua oiioti

A*bstract Ct

B. R. COLSON, Manit

The queltlon of Title A
finrt ,etst lderatloi for the

Abstract of Title
To any plece of laid in
Alahli i county fttirlslaed
Oli appl Ilethuit,

And all nilatters coseerai-
I ig Ithe rmdoutiltloti of Uit
canleeled tax c4rtlileateO
ateridedl toprouiptly.

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Will sht your rent and buy
you a home. FVr Inforsna,
tlon cal ota


in addltlteo to the Above I
have dltllcod to work a Real hs.
tate and RIteotal Mitlo, and will
bl thankful tI r any blualumesu
plaerd In my litnds.- ; :
parties 410 to)144 ytars of a,
CAll oIa nie atndlrve0thllrant.
Agent for all kinds Maohlsnele
!!dM Fireproof lo hiif, gi


New iNwlgs Ino All HInes.

A Full Awswrtlent, lneludlaig

Spring and Summer
Specliltles. "

Oa turn and traghten whole )U t "g ,
of Shaoftting d P u-0thii
up to 1ir o . ;;*

C*oTrTON GIN p^ RAPomI: 'i
A aPZo:IAt,,y.

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Stmscua k ia40r6ey k o*, Sheelter Sta ,
;'jWsg Yefo y 4S'k:1 .;noathbsi; *4
I .@Ie i f ior i ,five "

Rseaahie otiides oI ltoA coiumne. o oCewur
ase for IrB- 1onertion. n rl a cpers or eaob d-
l aonese.Iwtll. .iee ot proeo ,
$W*tofEt he V.ithiay t4vesrn.tnts .madoe kioi
o~ a p +pe tl op. .." 7
'The Twide-a-Wqee SHO 1' tin etBht-l ,'
forty columan prohiit pbi bloit a every first
S.. as and U Isaday, aB da cpntain uoilw
sI2o of thoe *weem lonal. state aIn wl
*w :#l Ol 4 -ill abend aled poatWi rI.e n to anb
onnr-in avysmge.__ ___________
All idjertishiw bll leeomne due after first
Dpew rasne of advelartfseonent, nless otbewie
t+ pu :.te d lie ptraot. aisrtle not lhitewn to
u08 wi 1be a raUred to ay for adverttins ihad-
aoc'. Ad *..s,, TWS DAILY. S

--5 t.*y.in e:th qUiern States and Flotid-
lane are Justly prou4 of tie rapid
%Zg kress of the state inetropllie.

The probhr i'tionists are very active
in West# and Middle Florida judt now.
A Ared ho t a mpalirn Is on In Jefferon
ic- 'linty, and Jackson will also soon be
Sthe scene of a similar contest.

J tge A,, Hanson, the new editor
o t' he Braidentown Herald, is on' 9t
Stl e able wt.e'rs n. the Stateo and
ris re-entry into the jourlisti 0c fie0d'

;h) i M .-epg<>r. i. h l ". e s' o ureer ae-..
S hheartijy w nelcomed the eutire

F'lorIda' oranet rop i aie been assutm

u.May not be genOtally+, k t
ug p pt pbtoutiro There! ot ul-
whatever to thos the who ordepr those

monmentar, as Withe no evernmenfreet pys
bbthe ut five transportation b reso near-

e a ralesroadrier season
0i, pean: 4hae b shipped from

i tAmer thican thn ever" a spreading-
so fast in orw th at the beauthn orities
: 4are oely flared. The obr of tcarly ad

fitireay not be eneraly kndoubled this year
the governmesid ents of Jaknvil fu ntilsh h ed-
tospnes for decayoeaed oldier, free, pon
prope mpplpostion. There -i no ost
whatkeepsr to those who order he those
monuments, as the government pays
the ranportation chargeksonvi the hisear-

Tkit- "American fever" is spreading
so fast in Norwty that the authorities
are shecoming alarmed. The country is
00ry amiliely settled, having ,000ly bout
3.000,000 inhabitants. Of these 28,000
emigrated last year, mostly to A mer-
*la, and theindications are that that
fire wil matt be nr arly doubled this year.
N* No one realizes the number oL form-
er Citizens 'of Gainesvillo who are
now renforident of Jaksthat ovilrder until he
wiped out a day or two in the iotropolis
and keeps tab of the number hl iioetm.
But notwithstanding thay raword itio
from etGaery ofville to Jawl beksonville this
ity han largely ureased in popnled ia-
tolemen duagaring thst wslve yeaulrs.

100 families arthe scandal amonger ,000 pieeanot
otruthfully matter are handled monthly.
tthe enforcementill the t o wither wi ll

ei *ther would till thme oflie with orwiliI

to himself and honor to hit State.
G- n. Albert W. Gilchrist of DeSoto
i Ooauty is mentioned as a probable
4auidldate for governor. The General
is one of the most Olever menT in the
', 1i taet, but lt he permitss his friend tW
ntad.-imw to enter the race agatnt
JAvlah& wHl discover that it li
2 ^ tm en mows d4flmual (aor him ti
vqiniflhf than the mukth-
ip+, ', wbi IOh he h".
"7 ''+'i ':+ -++:+. +.+/%

C,146, .0 a. 71 i t+to, +
0 4.0r~4 J1 j; ag "T

finibphadsa t9 1 6 e 4tb ei t, Qone'sTley
Cgiwa es lep. Now ise theme to of a d b ding
hese combinat o f hef vil left Wylm, near here, tfoW dyfd blood and strengthening the weal
wta.y ,I his tit n Getr I 4 0c110 tri shone manner, It is leOrned, places inyourconatitution. Duringthe HORRI AfFLIOTED WITH B01
spoken at ?ittiiburg :hat on irs the I olt boy lost hl hold ion the cold writer month we are compelled h a horr
could 49Sd pa 4 ehdo e'so to cara"nd fell to the tracks to be run to live indoors and breathe theMipu attslc of boi
TprovIt 6t ifon-he rl oithe over. The parents received a .message ir of badly ventilated rooms aad l f- thatbrkeouts
'trust han the# Nothern'Securtiegrpi t .tday f the death and have instructed ces. We over-work and over-eat, d vJri body
-whre nsowls Atath ipehsgo? the remains to be asnt home. The get too little out-door exercise, and oUr g whih

tor e eneralthil tok market yl 1 tsee and the blood a ot-bed of germs X ean ta
d Farnet, and houors of every'kind, and warm yu medie
nowwhen an ocet is Coal Lards Chi Hands. weather is sure to bring a repetion, . fro. mny ei.
iow. whenean oet f water" is age and the poisonous matter in the blood porieno. I
g qu ed o th dropscaL Aa. July .-Dee and system will break out in boils and saely say s. B.

P~ut fo .upontheao monopoly and t cold lads passieg front the Louis disfiguring bumps and piuples. Make purtnilr t the world.
extort t n y be these expect, to vio and Nashville Railroad to --the a good beginning this season by taking Mrs. M. W. meYT etEs,
ot. eAet Pratt Coal comLpany, value $55,000. The a course of S. .d in time" it will otth
Sroperty lies in the western part of only purify your blood and destroy the
peor ietly and quickly than ty the Pratt cmpy germsandpoiso butroote THE BEST N AND APPETIER,
any sort of proseoutions force these already started development on it and action of th* Liver and Kidneys and cie voti f pure, Wat
"busineseA' badk to soundd bases the railroad company will build a lire give you a good appetite at a time blod. I a ow n ppetite and
throughthe processes of non-support f ailway the property. When you need it most. about Yd sj to off ando gt
of their inflated Oaitalization9., S.. . improves the digestion and ocoastonally. I took a. a. B. d fe.
ofytheirti fatoret hA -at once, and fter
Still it is not plain to- the layman Increase Ip Tax Values tond a p the Stomach, and you are ny t thorough oi became strong tnd
how the loss ofa.vast volume of paper Biri.lnghai Ala., July 25. he count ly haunted by the far of ink. B. B. the best medicine I
profits, a they are clled,e is going to seasaments so far completed at Insley indigestion every time you eat, or ever ed an a ppetier d gn.
help th inopeople who did no the: ttx le values'of propoty in troubled With dizziness, nervousness ra toc. SO
l ths ro lto ne t an increase nd sleeplessness. There is no reason 8 ilrosd street, rome, da.
have iny theserofits to enjoy te city of nsley, show an ncras to dread the coming of warm w.ther if you have your system well fortified
-their n f wom in i more than three-quarters of a Ill onition It is the pllted, lggish
long run the trusts exipeot to maI&te se m-1rs ovr s year. This is blood that invites disease germs, microbes and poisons pf every kind and
Their stock market looses. uei.tnpsrt to the enlarging of the cty bring oii a loig- trair of spring and e sunmerailents, break down the con-
By the destruction of- eomnpegt~l r and party to the movement o stitution, and produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders
.the smaller -ip trial enlerprijes. hpv '.'.: resent city administration to hav Eczema, Acne, Nettle-rash, Poison Oak and Ivy, and other irritating skin
lee bought out atd bottled up and p'ropPtoy Ieseased at about itt taxable troubles are sure to make their appearance unless the humors and poiso
the Ioney pald for ,he.haaM gone intd value .-, ,i n f are antifdoted and the thin, acid bljod
Made rich and strong before the co mins
the saigbankswhere r gains. Por Prisoners Escape. of warm weather.
The depots in the banks are in ex- Brewton, Ala., July 25.--Four prison A course of S. S. S. now would be
cos of 8, 00,00, which is equal e, negroes, two male and two fte a safe precaution and agood beginning
to oneninth of the, entire wealth of all males, escaped from the county ja and enable you to pass in coiifor
farms in.this country. Deposit. in the by making a hole through* the outer through the hot, sultry months and
banks for each of the two past decades wall with outside aid. They have nO escape the diseases common to spring and summer. S. S. 8. is guaranteed
have doubled the increase of wealth et een aprehpurely vegetable and is recognized as the best blood purfir and te most in
and population and that means that v ape igorating andpleasantof all tonics. Write for our book on The Blood ad
the people have generally refused to eases. WIFT P IFI CO., A ATA, A
invest in the tocks of' the 'trusts and | |_||ifll\_. It t1. t ..i.- .s.u. ..... .....iL "e a .. ,, ,, ....
prefer to loan their money aarough the | | J i i | i
tne fWltingthe liqulta eoIms ny whicheri(taLTsAD FlOrida Eost CoasthRy.
agency of the LLbankt; b whP fe riw Re owners inl e s o weth

the bondholders of the trusts are OfeVeryow Rates on Folo te
throwing the stockholders through the to. eu.iou la o.o LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect MaIy 28, 1903
windows and reorganizations are the roado, Qretson. Washington. Mntaa. i
order of the day.L Those who were Idnashoe yonlr. n sale uutil June 1. OUTNaBOUND-READ DOWN.o. NOaTHro i-npo UP.
speoulat ve enough-to buy the shares St. LoUis and Return o.e0 -....29 TATIONS. .a.s No.n7
are now coming forth from the get- ONb PARIC PLUS a CENTS. On sale Daily. Daily. SAIO. Dailyy' Dally. ,
richequick trusts utterly shorn of their June 1v-1.good toreturn until June 85thogieas -L .-ebst blo Art.enst7in-
golden fleeces. San Francisco Los Ana.Ies anri a a E1 B 0oJaoksonvill..............Lvs a43am S p c
The adLmi lstration hate nothing to Franisco, Los Angeles and .................................... S. p
R t r 1. B1D*a ................. .. i. usine. ....... .... ... :.. 9 &s 6 "0 p -4
say, meanwhile. It has lost its trust- 8tUrn g a t na . ... .... .. .Paistk .r....... ...... 4 p im
hunting seal and watches complaent- Natonal Enoapmnt o. A. T- ....-.......... l .............A I i1
ly while the manipulators of monopo- to return until October is. eil r 8 ........ Ar................ an Mateo ...... ......... :.Lv .. .....s... BI
lies are strengthening themselves to Den C and Return ................Sai ,e.. ..........'.Ar.. soa, o 0 p Cpc
role the people oh iafer lines than nv.. CoI., an Rturn "::- ........... oi............:...... :: i 6 5
On sale Junei30 to July 0th. (Ion toPre- ISa'f1 P m
ever in the past, Before the -next win- turn until August lrst. .................... Ormn ........:::::::::::......S
ter is over we think the people will ::::::::::::::::: .................... on .................... 5i
have experiences with the trusts that Through uUman sleeping ear n tFl between f0 s eI IS P ..; ......... . i B ......... i .. ......... a 4 5a. 91 3
countol necessarles-of life sufficent to Jatksotnvillo.t Maon, Atlanta, Chattnooe, g I P p .................... e .... .........
iNahv St. Louis.ree reeiiiiing coair O sL I| ........o. ,,.s ffay
turn them very .strongly toward the abetw Nsvi. a St. Louis. and ...................Rkee ................. f a
Democratlo party as the only one that through Pullman sleeping oar daily between o N.soa.::lS: a : ...N... ......... a1 a
Nasirysfu c andi Chicago. 'Ph lts the only doubJe S 2iist smaQp-0za................ .a Ukon lle ..................... s 005aa 81 1) a
gipledged to remedialleegislation. ra e Chicago and t5 .. ............. 4eon ............... 1 45 a al Sea
River. or full particulars, tickets and p0 06ph- S a .................... Lugstlan .................... .aS d o 8 aa ,
.--.----'----- lets a.dre 2 01 P .................... _t. Lur.e ............ ....... 1lg 0oW f10 ea "i z 3-
The Taqdmpa Tribune says W. N. FRED D. MILLER. T. P. A., gptoSSSl 'Sa Tlbb ..........ae a
.a p w s may to sn oia s *...................... tonso ..................... si oSta
sampawhoowns many thous ands o No. 1 Brown Bldg., Atlanta, 1.pta t...... ........;....... t a ............. ........ ,
acrestinsgarease and a rche. mai4x cpx-.. .................. ... .................... 1s10 8 4j4

tee county, i, preparing to plant 2,000 i s s4s.** p.......................... Wes..... ...1.. 1i s p 16 s '
area in sugar cane and rice. An ex. s .l...: .i.. ...l.. ... w s t- Beta ..... .. s si T s
.................u.................. ...............e..stalUtBea.................. sLs
lies to e be str e d.|T]hi swll eoLne of1. ....as.p .................8_...1H ai ueo:................... A7 paS0s 4-M
tenaive drainage and irrigation system L S i ...... : ...........eo...... .. s a
ia to b stalled. Th a will be one of s t t ; .... ..... ..... . i ladn le.................. 7 G &S "F |
thie target plantations in the State, if T 6 !0__ ;?_ .... Mimo:it .......... 7 0 l6 005."
not the .largest. wORtsD ttew.1 OSP rna...... L XLES.
SThrough rPoan wc r n p bOwe 3n. po.nmr rm 3. c*Y a. ..

Rhode Island and tUtah are the only NI an Kosl Oy ltiyl s''aTows. D |iDyII-o
lynching. The record from 1885 to First-class round trip tickets from )- p01-Y. r s............ Mlss ........... ;Ar(A 7 p .. r IB+0-i p
'Z ....... ..t....r...............Aa S2mO
su00 shows that there- were 2,516 G ainesvile uly81 cagt' a el
te 18' co"rrresponding rates, froy other a Aoarate........... ........

lynchings, 1,0:8 being negroes, 801 poin, Tickets good going one route 1. N. ii o.
white, twenty-one Indians, nine Ohi- and returning another. Favorable MAP
nose and seven Mexicans. stop-over arrangements. Final limit d" 2y Da i-y D afpy. BANORT. exD n Daily Daily 2 Daily. a8n da"
S- October 15., n ., orl.y
a p Ip I., 1._ . .. ....... ...... .. "as 1 6%6a P r 9Z -
Durinlg the most peaceful years Round .trip rates to several points u .eJ6rs p. .....:......'as3 s ....s4 a
thereare in the world 8,700,000 men W. amid NIo0h we. t. ..... ,?-:-..1,00,IM a. ps 0
who are withdrawn from productive For full information address -. T 1- a I-A..... a s er...... l o n a. 7 eaa t t psd 0P..
oooupation to act as soldiers. The B IN~ .P eA tn. e xcte to r artd.p
pay equipments, foda olothin of W Bay St. Ja nvlle Fla. the wa ooy ho ltap rrsal tor nny deer or nn cotedtlqaaaiynsnsse qtaer
ithuie menm cos.t the world's tax|yer a .0 N -Bay.. St,, J n ville, Fa. BS6 o .a.i hOl .S.l rll or n. or ..iin, the-
9 6________________________________________________________

.u amounting to yearly, $8 a,000 A h i| I F KEY W EST AND HAVA
How's This? J-5 .1 1 u-er IUN It O N TonTI euSMB.
We oUffor One Hundred' .llars R ExusI. on to .............. .W -::::.::.::
Snotbe ured by Ha sCatarrh C-.. r ....... To Ai Tue ....... ........
w for -an-;'e" tha ...... ................V. .U .. ..... ..v )
t F. J. OIIxxA & Co.,Torledo, O, A r su al Ti~ e Card or othes Informainon sa.te-s any Agent.
I We. thee undersigned, have known .Ix A86 G, Lst e. Pma.. Age J t ST. -AA.
t F. J. Obeney,.for the last 15 years, -.and -.GU...T..... ,
believe him tprfeotly honorable in all July 29, 1903. Three
business transactlou -and financially Dsys 'LUmIL7 st-'LJa-i- m n 8. .
able to carry Out any obligations made 1 .
by their frm. Tiekets to retUTS Amgst 1st, S i. LJb LJ. .J J
SxVasrwA.&TauUAx, Wholesklo Druggists, Rate St.$1 S trtte Tr.lH dti. .
*Tbhledo0. exereloi tIp .
.WA.X.to.i K*A M S. Whole-
LsM )ataNtb 0re i an inter- e w 1iU, %- & :A. D se
uinaU,,Cttl~nt4'st>Ati^( ^^"if~if^a^ -* s* .^^^ ^I~~1





.Ites ti 'at Various


Rev. Thos.P. First Presbyte-
rian Church .*fll,r1ch to People
Tonight.- BOMtilfu'l Services at the
Church of HI!r T ity.
There will be se vits- at all the
churches -tllin'- 0m r;tig,'but in tlhe
evening the. rigregations will unite
in a grand uii i :.ibe at the First
Baptist church, at. 'which Rev. Thos.
P. Hay of the First Presbyterian
church, beginning at 8 o'clock, will
preach on the sub'Ject, "Hlow Christ
Comes toa Oity." He is one of the
most pleasing and imprjosive speakers
in the State, and never fails to attract
large congregations.
At the First Presbyterian church
this morning Rev. Mr. Hay will preach
o0 "Noah, Daniel and Job-A Message
t4 Fathers of 'Families." This service,
will begin, at 10:80 o'clock, and the
public is cordially invited. At this
church this afternoon there will be
Sabbath school at 4 o'clock, which will
conclude the services for the day.
At the Church of the Holy Trinity,
Archdeacon Gray, rector, there will be
holy communion at 7 a. in., Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m., and morning
prayer and sermon at 10:80 o'clock.
Special anthem at the offertory, Mr.
Lynn and Miss Ford soloists. In the
evening at 7:45 the rector will deliver
an address upon the "Religious Influ-
ence of the Roman Catholic Church in
This Country."
At the First Baptist church the pas-
tor, Rev. J. B. Holley, will preach this
morning at 10:80 o'clock upon "Recon-
ciliation." Sunday school at 4 o'clock
and evening services at 8 p. in., ivwhen
Rev. T. P. Hay will fill the-pulpit.
Kavanaugh Methodist Church, Rev.
W. J. Carpenter-Sunday school at
9:30 a. m.: Preaching at 10:30 o'clock ;
subject, 1"God's Cares." Meeting of
Junior D/pworth League at 3 and Sen-
ior League at 4 p. m. No evening ser-
The'L tagregation is invited to
the union service at the First Baptist
ch tireh.
SServices will be held at St. Patrick's
Catholic church, Rev. P. J. Lynch, at
the usual hours.
The public is cordially invited to all
places of worship.

Matthew Riley Arrested by Officer
Cheeves on Advice From Ocala.
Deputy Sheriff M. S. Cheevt-s is
gathering quite a reputation for
shrewdness as well as alertness. lie
received late Friday night a letter
from Sheriff P. H. Nugent of nicali,
instructing him to look out for one
Matthew Riley, who was wanted in thee
Brick City upon a charge (f desertioti,
he having left his wife. The descrip-
tion as a matter of course accom-
panied the letter.
Saturday morning Officer Chcev's
wentt on a "still hunt" for his man. It
sceints that the officer was In the hands
of d'~ttiny, for he met the .train from
the south, and the first man who
alighted was.a man answering the de-
scription of Riley.
The jig was up with the mlan from
Marion, for he proved to be the party
wanted. He was placed in prison, and
an ollicer from Ocala is expected to
take him back t'aay.
Mr. Peer is Anxious.
Hlon. Fred D. Peer, United States
postoffice inspector with headquarters
in Jacksonville, after a brief official
visit to thil city, returned to his home
Mr. Peer Is manifesting a great deal
of interest in the proposed free mail
delivery, and keeps thoroquhly posted
on the progress which "is being made
in the matter of numbering andi pot-
ing the streets. He stated yesterday
that he had prepared for the govern-
ruent a map of the city, showing all
'treets. and furnishing other desired
The Bosi Worm Medicine.
II P. umpe, druggist. Leighton,
Ala writes: "One Of my ct!stomenr
had a child whclh was sick, and threw
ap all food, could retain nothing on its
Stoinach., He 'bodRhtf one bottle of
'hvite' COream Vermifuge and it
,fouht al l1 r fomn .e child.
World."' Wr f0r n wVerm iru he
pru~efl t rdiglalo and a-imula-
Medleinii, in( the

rvoomg $ybtem a*Jritebera to U'
health. f rit
-- "'-C


, Oapt. J.M. Dell Takes from His Grov
hUUU Branch Containing Fifteen.

- -

Get on the Earth.
Ycii ci(reir li .ard of a wild animal
that hnid rhleuiiatism until It reached
cIlllJIvilv"y tid was kept off the earth.
You never lie r'dl of a horse that linhad
rleiu tistisn until It was shod with Ironl
and kept off tlih earth. You never
he '-lr of n dog that lhad rlieunintlsi
until It lienme a ihousehlold pet and
was piuimpe'red kept off tHie earth. The
Lnatlie.n of Africa and thle Pfclfic is-
lands n ever bad rlthieuiattlin, so fitr a
we knowv, until they got to wearing
saelels or slhoes. I on(ie knew a fool
imin who. whenever lie got sick, would
dig a trctich it his garden, lie down In
It a :id lielv-e his' wife cover himn with
freslih trtha s far uil tes his chin. lie
wonull t' icinIn teere' for nno hour or two,
then iget up Ien fiTrie spirits. Motihe'
enrthi! 'Tht- c-ieacta it looked like
the re srrect-ioi uand it wus.-New
York PlK-'S..

.. test Us toi t
I per. adv ertic
III- t I hto~1 W las I
by tbhe ,reat pit
llaer rk& Itrom.
selectf-d. o ,ie I.
popltlur utllior
an urkinoewee w
was et4-' -ttl '
hdi verteti -z- itid
Jes pam I ieI, :

I* .p"l .4; rS
other r In A

The result wa
prisea .ped .st:
that rea-der. sv
per for Inforriu
to books as RE
to woot oi,-r

for AD!" Merl']


v |;tv v V M

be value of Dnew-
sina over other
tnade a year ago
ubllshlng boule of
Two books were
ay a well known
iad tIbee other by
vrlter The latter
or the utewpat*er
I the other for the

is p..dll5 *ik

I, by IMO.O0

is a complete s*r-
Sitltlb4dl th fact
o to the Utewsp-
'til nIth wib rerd


go tnW the
W a&pa. tb


G iin esvil lIe,

--... i .


F I d a

Whoever believes the orange indus-
try in Alaohua county is at an end, is
respectfully referred to Capt. J. Maxey
Dell, who owns at his home in East
Gainesville a small Rrove containing
probably a hundred trees.
These trees have as a matter of
course grown up since the fatal freeze
which laid to waste all of the hand-
some groves of the county. The trees
are quivering under the heavy burden
of fruit, and in many instances it has
become e necessary to support the
brauiehes by props.
Caplt. Dell brought, to this office
'Saterday a branch containing fifteen
large, well natured oranges which
would average three inches in diame-
t(er. While he regretted that the
branch htiad been broken by the heavy
strain, lie was nevertheless glad at an
opportunity to show his friends what
he was doing itn the way of orange
cult tre.
.% Mtarvelo)i Inftnat.
The ine I : I\arv Was surly little Christiu Hteineckeei
o0' l.iihi ik, w iho did crowned with
llon.ior cd glu lit:ted witlill fe when he
w as tilly ;i few 1"titeltis over four years
ol d \\l:,, j i se lp i g'rphy will he rend
cenit ries ItiEnc, sithl byv side with those
of S1h:!1.dsp'-cr, anii (oetlie.
\Vhen Ihe wns but twelve months old
lCh'rigti:,iI hed nit.tstreed the I'entatteuch
so tlhoritiLl[, thit le' couldhl pnss the
most searchtilig ieXllnminltio In it. A
yea:r Il:nter. wvlhen ()thlr l'Inrnts -were
abisorwtld hvy bottle nt"d rattles, he lnllt
niuclet th li l wl e w world of scre'rl lhis-
tory his oi\\In. At tlirh i' y3 l'4rs old hle
eoll i)ii c ve11 rse litelttly n Fi 'rench andt l
LItilt :nl wias f(; idliar with the his-
tory .itd g ,orceplty of the entire world.
ltnicli us vil uIs ineodrlen.t wilo in is
fourth y1;1. lr it-i, In stl-,-d thlie study of
the' worl' s Nrllitious nd churleh hihs-
tory. Tholusa nds lflocked to Ltubck to
See ,itil t ,-it tils iiitrtueulotls child. 11nd
lie wi-as siuinlljoind to, tle l )anitsh court
to r'e vt'e the hollitne of the king. 1Iut
l.4 e(t rl'r was (looellcid to be Its short
as it was erlliin,. for hle dlid white l e
wi:st but four years itnil four mIontlih

In th... 4'. irt ,f i (r t CAi ,e ,-r M ..Ie'W U 5 1s N tIlI i- ;i -,., ,',
bl'U ;-II" ipA r1ic i II t' t1'0iol fcl)i les.

\'V rdic't. f r
IAI1kC,1- N ,l.
O)ut !;, ','*r lI't'I r(cl' lit r M u1:, t.iiii'e~vilt,., ].'i.

1 r IE i t iin i v vhe m Iur t r
.ul vn % who wish. to dre w,11 i ill go) unhesitattingly to

N. I .I -Mtreus Endeel soils the ft u nti "iH.t-.t-Clothin i .Ig-I -thIe
SWorld," minnei by Sehletvh Bros. A& CO of lultimcor'.


For 20 Years Has Led all oi emdles.
roxx a 11 OMr a.m xxanxrecse*z ;
,ps e by- A JAMES r. BALLARD, ft. Loul.

For a" ",t 'by Jonnsmn Brom.. (itaintsville

Rletaiers and Jqbbers in

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.


Highest market pr1,'+ paid for Chickeni. Eggs and other Pretduue

A Complete stock f llay. Coen, O ti Flour, Bran., Meal, Cotton- See? ea
and a Rye W totdlw ty-, tf1 VERY RF-T goode at. A- -!LOW
EPT PRICM,. ax guaranmte atitsfaetion alrway.
I oloIA. 5..1xiCr1D ""a iao




lhOe 41t or Lin, LitLrOSmrall Quastlall e
Advances madl-. Warehouse charges free. PFir o fer
made by letter or wire. .o- rerion't-
AenRcE DOtNcited.

r- T IM 3. ---:---4
4M sodnna4m AOL 164o

One C..t .
AdvertismeuU ten Wie o~.~i
ihts head inerted for One Cen t
in advtqeo. oeoh ...
Please answer ,vertiamete .as
Ia he aGryrtaeymnta. s ,
The oofdte. of I aM iViPawl
aeigited w=1b With trau 'M;..^- i
Their namsrwUI not be aiveq to t

t O .: _i kt I N ..ab,.
Ta Sua oftalee ishe0ao4k be k0:01it'Ip
DO YOU wMas a wtgs~r'uaolehize PiWi u
buy until youi btive seo s osA Svi
money I Akoe1 n blt
Uoe meolhtem, Old' iti)lbe !e kii
obanase. Seooad-bilnd uisomhblft )ryuV
ored. mion otr a

Mathsltekel Pin09 +


rt#ct pian.) for tchi trying .llttaatt, aai .i s (
tune lMnzor that oLhere, coiaruoi e '
tostt Iateritiim. wadtu s wo .t artlAU c l':
workttanshipi obtainale,
ITp to. dlt.' In eIverv
detail. anl t a'nt U

Sold byua contitiduuly fo.
without. a inglefalltro. If you
want a piano or a liftlime' z
service buy the
1S\atxujmhe 3 TeIy
Prloes ant low as tI consiltellti with quality
Casti or on, eINy terns,. Sent on 11o d 'V
trial. We pay frelKht, Wr ...
for rlooem TODAY,

Luddan & Bates

Souther Music House,
BITABLIilEl 181* )


N a1ls, lon, WireI Pipe, ...;

t gs, Belting,PA. cig,,o.,

Bought In Oar Lote. Hold in oay
p q,,untity.

Siet One of Our (ataluo'a. '

Baird Hardware Co.o


SM WOOL, ) :.

; FUR8.

Hlghet M9rket.Prlce PaE'f

rhwa Founesry n KaehWe-...

hDUE*# t 'I...* .l-i

All^-^t^ bit^ f ^ihy a ai
fm frma i'WOOOiff'us.ArtWee
mwsbine Rt 03 A t t A.'

Smsa Aw woirst wma
Ia iei

'tI MP Of it



z RW tv ;7', IA r .4 ;"I, e 4111rt a

ft to
9nt O ld-t; i ob or eals

tit" i, s whos@.as
qu tht cof A. ve id, s.entle
S I ui tat Jn t ^waya 0or-awed with
apa ss 400 4 srnt the ';"e o
bof tlilk, that c ise tor of h ore
\to wait an4 '*ain h r ;agw P & 'to exie5 ll *ha ..k. to
J e att* acting on the same l1gep Z Dnder of Cha loston, S.
| wi be dIfflt.iatit any 0tla bqiIu of flowers.
to.withata d WWhe preu-it thw 1tel0s el to 4iue girI hose name
04t 1ri4tin cotl4 stPu l'toa i on whoe
e aid tthat Japa~, .tet-: to 40. nah. oveor ..
g untIl October, when the lnal Cap. S, P of Allmhua' sta-
ation of MaW.Ouia a ot bct' on brought a of peaor to the city
t |is~te of Rtupa to Wil1r4aw from WedTiesday. *t *pob# the news
Shu t w;ouldi e fow a from hi *** .ty, fr. Preseott said :
Sweve Oth@ pars qf Ja. "-I -wa Sr eeof.-?ed iO last" Monday
hei Ruin 'assy re *regrets nig hto th ent time, arid all
) nqconusion w ich "ai'tli by augtevs 'Tey re not Prescotts.
l' mt S:;'a The last
f oo.irrlvdb y er, 4 r. and

It .+ r1 e tbr oppe by parle' ioQ te
_4 lOi`t a thorfAes that the i ute n13 to :06 aid se pears.
sent efore' Chna ~gave her se 4 Te p.oltle1 UotA l a county
ga e epiv ~ J. Jginning.. .tlo AbW J- srnest- -
|B;itnds to c trry o bt to the T prospeltve o:diat have be-
| i.i a-sourancees, slhe has given 'P' so'fts" te 'te in the
| ilabe will not itierpose objWls .a ir about'e
tg the it.Y o'f (hla ob serving W1'W I n' ti d ell
S v to Secretary ay, ay, the pope and
----- ---... mst be esbe $is, the loyal
SBAPi'ST :6HAir.AUQUA., adidate ad tpri voter can't
h.. elp e 'e miiful of the ,new ooun-
i Traot of Land-Purchased Along ty move" ,ad Aandidate that falls
th, udo lv. n .ivOr to put such a iAn in l'i platform,
~ wYorki, July 25.-romtnent wil ne tan likely get left. Some.
g ohv ttle city have .jt of the gotngtobe. candidates have al-
be purclosa'e of"Atract'o(:fw) rAdy expreosed themselves as being
of aId on the west bank of t0 ihigifavor of he move.
rivere, a short distancec t outh :.. .:" -:. ,
it.t Point, where It. r planned to ', 8ived Frpom Terrible Death.
!Ntbh'ith a Baptist summer reort "The famtilyoft Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt of
lth eaa1tional eatu a Isomewhat ar 'gerton, Tenn., aw her dylig and
'.lar 'p. those of Chautauiia. we are powerle to'save her. The most
*i worked oul, the uidertakitst la used, failed.. while consumption Was
'op; a mammoth ae catte d n4 t IS lowly but sprel. taking her life. In
Sthg! wealthy mewobers of the p ti terrible hour pr. King's New Dis-
SBht .r rl bakltng? 'thte -clne. o6yery for .,ooni.mnptlou. turned despair
E144ta.d LThee% a Byi ttreu sest ii..jpy. The'$lbottle brought imn-
4ter 4,. areas In :extent, la. o the medi ate reliet and' it1' continued use
rtty, andi tt, l< ty 0 ak0 tat "i suiier colony wil oertalp-ouFre in the world for all throat
tSbihjed. Bear mountain, hte and lun troubles. guaranteed bt-
a l-eevtio tr 1.800 feet above t 0and 1 Tritl bottles free at
Sudson *river, It not far away .. _____....
!^ome o f the features of Ocean Ad rte
oye, as well as those of Ohautau* AdVerise in Sun.
I11," will bWe utilh ded. "_ " .... .
80, 000 L08 BY PIR

stroyld. -
1rewton. Ala., July 295.-Fire at Pol-
Sm.iln mee south of h9rs, destroyed Underneath the Aragon
i.l shiglo .mlan~d fotr d XJlu"iaand Hogan,
l sz* IiulBh-kilomindt r dry ,^^T TAn?
Ml of Lindsay: Lumber company to. POOL TABLE FREE
Iktbr with about three !hundred thouw
n fet.bf lumber. By -hard work Headquarters for 86, Echc
nl5 g rmll1 and sheds Were May Canadian Clab, guarani
6The loss is .placed at over $50,.
l t ibtvery tlttle Insurance. Th. -PRICES, EXP h1
eportr" was one of the bea 6....... . . .. ......... 1
Itloep"tsI i south Alabama Echo Springs.. .. ......
ll saw mill lat 8 mile ilon..............
Sof rewton belongi to 0 .. . . ....
oitaoi Son, has aso been burned. Malt orde a specialt
isotut.a,0ooo00 with no insurance. other goods and call on me
R'" iepulsive Featureis JOHN A. L
4 llakheada, .pimples, greasy faces 1 I I [ i._- ": "
iauds muddy eomnpleiou, whieh are so R
lozilouiwon among women, espeolally
irls at a certain ge, destroy ing beauty, -
;lg8Bering anr4.etking repulitye, .ea.
-tcires WhlOhih Wo^ld aherWiae appear at- '
tsalitve ad refined .llukeate fhat the _: .. tE
litvr i. out, .f o An eoastonal E E. VOO
4 of Iterbte wille.oleatsa thi bowelS, "
,irelate the liver and Io itablish a Abstraeta of Title and full Inforaati
Yeprw -healtlhy eor pledx ii. SO0 at .o0unty. Our manager ha. lived
o unon tros. .. .. I' Is thoroughly oalver
lte it ll Terun.. Jual. .N ; :: "' I J "V

ern Foun. aiy .,.a,. ia < ZilR ACOIBNT., BURGLARY AN]
Plant was destroyed this m i setiug a number of prominent
Sin a working room. tMI,' .*'+ ;
o000. with B4A ure^ u ,M i
the frei started, n a
a'lsmen left when il ,

Jlwogtsa and Medicine Oealers
.Will Buy It Back. .
fwe t, ndo rlk when youbu JO N BTD
in's Coli holet.a and tL
Remedy. All druggists and ,
dealers will refund your : l Wisa 1,
A ftare not s0l- after I W

,, i lo" "-i. ..... -..''D
remedyS ? Ea useBot

Li ~ ~ .,

rSmoker's Pr
Th band ont Cremo cigars isto protect
the smoker. It stands for reputation;
for qiuaty; uniformity and cleanliness.
\ It !stands for a ?igar not ashamed of its
*;^^ -. identity. ..

SRunaway -.Horse Kills Woman.
Greenville, 9.'O., July 25.-As the
result of i runaway wjilch occurred
4 Milts from the city n ri "the Cedars
Lane ioad T'MNT. ,',nd .Mrs. .Ie nry ":Mj
$humaA" were tlirown rOnm their bug.,
gy, anfI Mrs. 9huriate Was instantly
killed. Mr.. Shunmate sustainedd only
slight lnt rses about the face and. on
.te hands. fMir. Shumate Is a mar.
chant and one of Greenville's wealth.
test citizens.
History of Gulf State Jews.
Montgomery, Ala., July 25.-Rev.
Rabbi A. G. Moses, of Mobile, Is in
the city gathering material for a his-.
tory of th, Jews of the gulf states.
For seve"-' hours Thursday Rabtb
Moses \vw ; o;I work In the department
of archives ai.d history looking over
old file of newiapers and histories
of the state getting data for his forth.
coming work.

Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. Flint, a merchant of Orchard,
Ia., writes "'I had been greatly
troubled with itching plies for several
years, and tried many -o called pile
cUarea ithout relief, but was com-
pletely cured by Banner Salve. It is
the best pile cure. Sold by J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

otel, Foreyth st., between
Jacksonv 116, Fla;
Springs, Wilson, Hunter,
teed 6-year-pld whiskies:
.5Q per quart or $5 00 per gal
.50 00
4 quarts for 5.00
y. Write for price list on
when in the city.
YONS, Jacksonville, Fla.

LE, MaGR i
on furnished regarding aids in this
I'in this county thirty years and
sanutwith land titles.

Amerlean and .E&Inti companies.


GHAMI Propr.,
:a, Pla. .

quomrs and Beer.

VlrarU.W U 5~.14. vq warra~uu

ak Ih q.!PI "Inthe
Sby agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the.. Intestines -
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continual and increasing doses to
att.a n the results.

a ts on the I
J J J R J-m" .liver; cures Chl;a -
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

For Sale by Johnson

Bros., Gainesvillo

ID"4-0 16Qtso


C1-AZS. BLU1V[ & CO.,

Take The Atlantic Coast Lihe,

VII Via Via
Dupont Dupontt 0 & O Dupont, or
or or ll Steanship J e and
Jaok'nvllleU Jacksonvine v lU Lne V ltasromerT

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect May 24. 1903.
Depart Forr GAI1NESVILLE Arrive From
8:40 p-n High Springs and Inter-. 8:2 pm
Daily "mediate Points Daily
12:87 pm Oeala, Leeaburg and Tampa, and 8:r40pum
,Daly Intermediate Points D uy
2:25 pm Palaska, Daytorna, Jacksonville, t- ~ 1:46m
Daily .North, East and West Daily
St:40am High springs, Waycross, Savannah, Brunswiek, 12:10pm
Da.ly Albany,. Atlanta. all Pointe North, East West Daily
D5m Roehelle, Mi caopyandCt it:8m
Dai ly

&a ____ ex sh.y
Interehaebloe Mile!ag Tickets, pw over iM000 iles of
eipat rawilays in the Southern 1te,." -on sale .b.the .I*,a -..f P"
Through Pullman sleper Port Tal to No0ew York, v Atigle i O.at
Line. also via iAtlantil Coast Line and cuhrls Rail"w-,.
YO OOmplemte intomation, call o .
J. A. GOODWIN. tet A t. -.
.....-1---1-"- - - -- ,, I.., .. '.+ _._ -- _- : : .




The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World.

.. ;.-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~~I~:: -.6~~- ---i .-----1--'----r---- -~'-:-`


Atlantic 'Wsr's One Way
Arian ..-RI ^ *
-~ *V ThAhe* Rail road
Conp" iS~, in one way
.gettlerS Olll' .tl nbo and Missis-
sippi r t, W innati, 0.
S.O ...ill-le, Ind., Pa;
.ducah, I '' .l,. o ius, Mo.,
and P in'510 oin basing rates
from Mefpb Jii. (tickets not to
be sold. i proer), for
points dn dno of the line of the
Frisco system (Mmphis to Kansas
City), to the following points in Flor-
ida, Georgia, Norlih and South Car-
olina anjd 4A1bA ma located on this
system, or to which the company forms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
a following rai-es under conditions
Rate-One-halflof the standard one-
way fare, plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-March 3 and 17, 1903;
April 7 and 21,. 1903; May 5 and If
1903; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and
21, 1903;' August 4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
tember I and 15, 1908; October 6 and
20, 1908; November 8 and 17, 1903.
Limit-dpontinuous passage.
Conditions,-rContract 'and each cou-
pon of tic-keta -to.-be& ,faced "second-
elass, pot good in parlor or sleeping
Here are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory i,
All vegetables, and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other .irains, tobacco, cotton,
. peanuts, hay, rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farinm,
garden and orchard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
condition, izhortest time, and at low-
est rates.
In no part of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and fish
than on |is line.
North n farmers are invited to
write foi information in detail about
the ter itory of the Atlantic Coast
Line,-<'' *
SCures Sciatica.
Rev. W. L. Riley, L. L. I)., Cuba,
New York, writes: "After fifte,:i
days of excruciating pain from sciatic
rheumatism, under various treatments,
I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
Liniment, the first application giving
my first relief, and the second, entire
relief. I can give it unqualified rec-
ommendation. 25c, 50e and $1.00 at
Johnson Bros.
One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
Home Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
arranged the following attractive rates
to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton and
Sarasota, Fla:
From Ohio River Gateways.
One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
second class, not good in parlor or
sleeping ears, to be sold to all points
ion the U. 8.. & W. 1. R. R. and S. S.
r Co. line at rates based one-half of the
first-elass limited fare, plus $2.(0.
Tickets will be sold on the first and
Third Tuesdays of eatl month, to and.
Including November 17th, 1903.
Home seekers' excursion tickets to
SParrish, Ellenton, Palmetto, Braiden-
town, Manatee, On co and Sarntota
(agency stations), at one fare, pins
$ )2.00, forthe round trip. Tickets will
be sold on the first and third T1uesdays
of each month, to and including No-
tember 17th, 1908. with final linti
Stwenty-one days from date of sale.
Tickets will be good to stop-over on
Seaboard Air Line railway en route on
going journey within fifteen-day
transit limit.
The Seaooard Air Line railway
have issued ame very attractive ad-
vertising matter, covering these rates,
which is beiag ditributed extensively
through the Borth, East and North-

Domestic Troubles.
It i-s ezoeptiol -o- -d a family
Where there are .. domestic ruptur4m
0exasionaly, but th1e can be lessened
by having Drt. Ki4g*' New Life Pil t
around. Much -tkbble they save by
their great work in stomach ansd live
troubles. oayey ,usB oily relieve you
out cure. t26. at aill druggists.
Sumrrmer Tour t Ratps Via Atlanti(
Tickets W t aale via the above
Popular roU to the prineipel summer
resorts the owntry. Tick
81st 1 tt -over privi
lXMes are | priviS

A Work In Which Ph6t0orapher
Reconme Remarkably Accurate.
The photographer was about to take
a picture of a young woman. "It's so
dark here," he said, "that I guess I'll
give you about thirty seconds," and.
drawing out the slide anud removing
the cap. le li-,'.n to count In a treas-
ured anl lniiiial tone. "'one, two,
hreo. Itir', five." 'rid so bn. When
the ,p o-', !'. l t:,slhe(d the sitter
s aii : i y ,! '-i... .ro lihan thirty See-
Olun lo i;: .! i;:,! '1 slo,- ..: k t a full mitn-
Ute S} ( 'iA |,:,"V."
'. r h ;i i11'ld his watch
to tl;: ";,0:. !,. slid : "I'll
o t i ,. ': .it me." And
P a' '.it .\: i t as before
;it4 li j : : '. I I|4:1' secot( lds
nIl 'i-:" it .... -"" ,"1.11 off- not 4o
I>: l. I : 1 v i .. ", in factt."
si 'T'in years

I'd y' i. w, -lir
der, it w '' N a i -'. ', . : < i :it
I'd 1)he i o'. i : .
'th s ilt i t li .
ev r'y 0 o111 l l" 1. .> 'i) i "', .
t im e 'u'n if il'. 1 1 11 i :: -' .. ' 1
five or Six !llil rtll Vs-'. iN ;;I v "
all p a 'i l i i. ', .
racy."- I'lil:ld lcl.e hih n ) ".l i -i
Nnat ure ihtl' only li'atler.
l[elio'iio no'vt.er did ( any l> 1 -r.i ; ;llr-
ticle orf Id excepl)t lIy sinilhitloin -goinlg into cilrciuiationi. etc.
No salivo (.ontiins any ihealling plrol
erty ix'pt 4s ti protection to kelip
awliy tl he n'tt of oxygeli In the naIr,
dirt -or lny f'orelgrn substance from
coining in coutlict with the part af-
fected. Tile natural powero- of our be-
lug possess the only power to heal.
Anything that miiy be done to assist
in a natural way is good-contrary,
bud. Give good food to make good
blood. Breathe good air, rest and nut
overexorcise to the extent of fatigue.
Then the body will recuperate. Then
the wovind will be hieuled by healthy
sermii tlht Is secreted to heal all
wouInds, Inot( the salve. The salve pro-
tects from outside Influence,-'while the
LUmahlilinry within goes on with its
work. Nature does it all.--Medical




Intelligent stock raisers know
that a certain amount of feed Is
necessary to keep an animal
alive. They mligit feed that
amount as long ifs It lives, and It
would never gi In a pound.
There is no profit In that kind
of feeding. Theo kind that pays
Is the kind tlhat builds flesh rap-
Idly. If It takes twenty pounds
of food each lday to keep a sheep
alive, twenty-live pounds a day
will make It gain flesh. It's the
extra five that brings the profit
The first five pounds npiounts to
nothing. nor does the second or
third or fourth five pounds.

it'. the snas waiy with a*l-
wertains*B. You hav o d*0 *
ecrtai n amom*t o eove *v*e*
the rpsisu4*** of tohe pablie.

You have to do a certain
amount of advertising to make
them wake up to the faet that
you are In buasineM at all Yea
bave to pay a certain amount to
keep your adveretiAsng alive.
What you pay above that
amount brtings prot.
Some adv they do not Os* enough *e.
They me barely enougb or somt-
Umes not quite eoougb to make
the advertising Mseit saustaling.
A Uttle bit nere would *ak It
profitable. It I bettsr to'adit'e
i I a IttMe too mcoes than at
S i ttooughb.--Cbsti Aa

[Succe.a6i to Seler & Aldermaa]
Over Dutton & Co'a Bank. GlaneavlUle
Special astetion to Orown and Bridge work.
Phone 70- '

Graduate Baltimore CoUeae Dental Surgery'
Five years' expetenece In New York City.
Crown,aBridir work and F lling SpeOlalties
and biade New.
We buy or sell Furnituro, or can contract
with you on the conmulsaion hasts. Putronuae
solicited and satisftaotion itl wys.
G o.U. WALKaB R MsMUl.. SIATlAlo

Jacksonville, -
'4 0


WM. SCHl.I.L'.r. lProprietor.
132 W. Fo, yt.lh st., Jacksenville, Fla
Oppositei Positotllo.
"Best diiiiit. place in city. Flu
Wines, Liquors aid Cigars.
.Juil N MtENAIS. l'roprletor.
219-2sIi \ lity t., Jiaoksotvllle;
Fauat hlo ,r. hottie aid draliught. Don't
fail to cla l.IiI nie when in Jacksonville

--Vislit the--
(AR l)l'N.
The I ,--. 'i4i;ors ini the city. Enter-
tainmne' uv.ry night at Roof Garden

4 tu I'.- I)il 5 for unnatural>
.tiraott r iitatltitis or lconiititont
f l tt Io trltur, u of a 4' 1 1I s 2l au".,
Plr~v..ni1. e.ns u P I|| 0 I. til i t &*t'rlii.
*0 THiEEVAN0HEMt0AL isi. t or poitl inous.
CIIIINltTI.O sold hby Preulsl*.
Ar aunt In plait s wrapt.ri .
by expreoi l r is 1Id. for
I I (m. nr 3 bottlel er ,l,6 .
1 Circular mont on r u'iumb

L4 I
7 ,, ., l ,

Opposite S. Patent

I BAypol 'lla.
Mitr.I. II. TAILOIR, Manarwr.

RATES REASON IILE. 'he flnoe't
fresh and salt witt'r l ehing to be had
in Florida. Fresh aid salt water blth-
ing to be had in Ba short dlstanee from
hotel. Takt- the train t lroo'ksvllle
and drive over to llayport by P7y.ke
conVty ae rce. 7F3i2

Wholesale asd Retail


F'our fuai uarti mo Mo '> Wim- L10
h ke j. exre m pr eV4. r ... $4.....
lourr. full qtsllu old Murlrlrh.d Mv' $4D2
Wh4. eslu4'e......

w 5NO fo RPfe Lot t
W. F. 8KEBA,
109 W. HBa st Jacklonuville, 1.

IL T. tlAVERK, Prep.

COi* tIM" .CAKu&"! se 1
&POW woo

Fot a '


and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
the NORTH and WEST... [1 "The SapphireCountry."
Neweat Xideat Dblas C|Alw'
Pw~w U.

SOUTlE IRN RAILWAY. H. P. CARY. Dltortrt PssMnger As *.t.
S10 W. Bay Street, JACxSounuLL.. PIA.
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i~ ,Hill made a brtef itst to o- |.
Ie yesterday. ,
iTs Tucker of Rochelle i: visiting

tripri, good.threeas6s.'..10t.

trading i 'the o y yesterday.
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wt a ,. ,F t lot yee forget, *
iBy Shelff. Oheeves went yester,
0ii00hto Jonesvllle on a brief ii

h in Hatgue oj the vlllage1 f the d
itpe Was transacting business in i
4 est.rday. "
> Oalifsono, mango of Spring i
nar at.Benningtdn, was a busi- t
oisitor to this city yesterday. V
lp'!e, the new d rink;at _Maon', t
gvty strengthening beverage. It
'rsvigor,vlmi and vltalfty. (
l oyle, the clever ahd elClent a
kOelfng salesman for the Oudahy S
f .a ompany, is spending Sunday

.tcour .ine, fat and- young chick.-
-itfro T the Gainevtille Grocery-Com- -
few dosen of thesi for the

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*Ia' 0n6e1o4fig$ tened 'at 'Owen

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t tl'1a 84-ea dwellingon

ge Snden of Oupge Heights

f4 bow"te.' lcanop was
longhosi 'who favored t,4he' county
apitp t i4~^sit ye7 e" '00 ay
Sa ..p r .efreshed, for. I am, just from
S where I 4ran~t a g la.s of hat

Pl4asant, neatly furni.Bhd rooms for
lngle young men $1 per. week and up.
e of bath free. Apply- l own House.
See the elegant line of umbrellas for
adids and gentlemen at. L. 0. Smith's.
bnhe prlesa range from the cheapest to.
he beat. -,. "
A most agproprfate presentt would
s a box of Nbnnally's delicious can-
lies. May bewpurhta*ed atJ-. W. Me-
Colludm& Co.'s, drlgists.
Remember. the exurijon to Tampa
vee the Seatboard Air Line Wednes-
Lay., Jly W. Fare, round 'trip, only
2.26. Tiolkets limited to three days.
I's Honor Judge Mason yesterday
sed a marriage license to A.4 P. Hall
udd Miss MAude Green, white, of Wal.
0o. The Biu extends congratulations
n advanee.
I. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma was
n the city yiterday. He was en route
o Aradia,' DeSotd county, in the
.iOclity of which place lie owns a
hriftly orange grove..
Wanted, b" the. American Oil and
Dbe loal Conpany,..bids to furnish
wo hihdred cards pine wood each
n0nth t0or a period of one year. F&r
ipeoifloatonssee E. Baird'. d2taw-wtf
lx0uret6n.o to White 'Springig over
alinesville and Gulf railroad Tuesday,
toly 28. -Lave Galneaville 6i45 a.m.
tickets good rotiirn iig up to ind ih-
iluding July 81. Fare, round trip,
sly 1.26.

uoed e rices. They must Mr. and Mrs. 8. 13. Phifer of HUigh
' and' te.urp bargain' Springs wore in the city for a few hours
el. yesterday. They were en route for
Lot 100 feet squatre,. 6: NeW York, where they go on,oomibined
ngfrt trees a lowes, b ne and-pleasure. They sail by
Bargain, s terms yd le.teamship Arapahoe from
0 ., White Spti ngs and s tekSnoletwitasernlg.
Vd--_July 28, only $1.26, If there Isa-poor man or woman in
ile k QGulf. T tickets od dlGnesv tel who *uffers with --indiges-
p? 0 iit y8, -blotiotand kidzbny troubles, and they-are
Sto nludng J not able to buyIKalola, Turner Brewer,
n of Rocky Point depart. the K6lola representatve, will be here
SfoIrtheAdirondackmoun- MO-ndy Knd will give thm free a 50-
r t YheoAdrondk oemoue i cnut bottle. Stop hi lb on the street.
ern New York, where he
ate for tNhe remainder of Parties desiringto visit Tampa and
ate for th remainder other points.-i S..outh Florida should
* avail tlsenselve6. f the rand excur-
ve not tried a little Kalola sion which _Tiffle given to Tampa
l4gestion, kidney and liver ovot the Seaboard AirLine Wednesday,
o so at once, 'Tit a sure the 90St inst. Tickets only $2..5, round
sale anpd endorsed by all trip, good returningi n three days. 10t.
ruggsts. ". Can you speak Spanish? If not you
dress of Paradise was in can easily learn by sending two. cents
Aterday and paid The So'n. postage to W.iOraig, general passen
e call. Mr. Lantdress ex- IjLthyj40, .W on NaCnonger agent At,.
sy or two to remove to Bel- lantic Coast 1ine' Railroad, Savannah,
e he has secured a lucrative Ga.. aud .ecure copy of booklet of
"What to Say in Spanish and How to
Say It," ti,
$. Shaw departed yesterday Dr. J. H. Alderman expects to make
rk, whero she will spend,a his departure tomorrow for Ashville,
s in the .dfmous 0atskllU N ,O., where he goes as a delegate
She salned from Jacksont from the Florida State Dental Associa-
eorning by Clyde steamer tion to the National Dental Associa-
tion, which will.ocnvene in that city
sy liver try Chaiberlain's Tuesday, the 28th inst. He expects to
t LiverTablets. They in- ,retuthn this home in this city Satur-
te liver, aid the digestion, daS urgust 1.
e bowels and prevent day, August 1i--
, For sale by all druggists 1 am prepared to accommodate par-
lie dealers. ties of ten or more for outings, on the
T.... ,ea t0lf,,fishing and hunting. 'Hba&es $15
irvlce t Tatmpa over Sea- pr week for each man or wonift. Ex-
ine eon rtih L9th inst. Spe- eellent' sleeping accommodations on
will loatve .ainesville at 4dute boat launch, parties :furnishing
conne0ing.. at Waldo and their own bedding. COa|aolty of boat
Tampa at lock' p m ..,. a 28 persons.. Parties wishing 'to take
Tampa at olook pI M. ..o4itigs should make advance engage-
The last excursion of the ment, stating desired time of depart-
he South Florida clty ore.'- Ad press W. t. Hines, Cedar
Key, Fla. d-twlt
W. M,. Manning have estab,
at market on 'North leas- William Anderson, the elect rician
and propose to handle all returned from the West End. He
eh meats and country pro, has Just completed replacing the Nq9
ll as buy, sell and exchag l 12wie of the Dutton Phosphate .Comt-
These gentlemen are well pai lint between Clarke and Gaines-
%bly known throughout the wlt'mo. 10 wibre, which i a siA e
d will likely enjoy a good iiisr.tad&moredutable. Mr. Ander-
d will likely eno thathe wUil begin next week
iherif 1). M. 'it of the oottt~mretion of a telephone line
heriff D. M Davidson ofro k to t White for the
p arrived i ithis city yes. D~ t u^piny, whih'will givethemi
Sa prisoner who hails under ldtrli .'eton witihthe 4ainesville
tle cognoment of leona oflweih lhin thplats.
an. Leona was arraigned
Baxley's court at Hitgh 1k 'Chlerlta i fantum.
on a charge of vagrancy, was This has long been regarded as one
add .sentenced to a six of the oaot dangerous and fatal dis-
I *s.- itP rhJ,. m .nisg 'e. toatiioh inaist are sMUN1i k
)"I* beeta nore familiar an be twe4 however, when properly

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"i.el of Hague made a
:, ithis.oty. yester ay.., .
; t7 who are thirsty, to call
SMtii'ms n get. a glass of Iron Ale.
s., 'nut of Aalchua made a
tbrtw2 ( t to relatives in this city yes-

I.ett,'irs ay urblls,'ese the Na-
onal rolc AIny of Washing-
top~yr be ator you;
Z I Oli0ghton, the clever traveling
rep.resPnatIve of Pipe & MeLaurin,
Jacksvoivll-p, is spending Suiday in
the city. ..-
W. M R is the phosphate miner of
Fort White, w1as a business visitor to
this city yesterday.
Luther Hal of Orange Heights was
in the city yeterday and made The
Sun an agreeable call.
.Nunnally's choice candies come in
varioussized packages. Always pure
and fresh. J. W. McCollum & Co.
George Muff,' prominent trucker
an d melon grower of Evinston, was a
boalneIs visitor to Galinesville yester-
day. -
Iron Ale, the new drink, is a charm,-
er, and rotr a delightful and cooling
drink has no equal. For sale at Ma-

ls. Robert E. bavis and E. C. F.
Sanches have returned from BStarke,
where thty have been on business be-
fore His Honor, Judge Wills. ,.
By Kalola'o merit it has made friends
mong tihe first people' and the best
homes in 'Florida. 'Tis your friend,
and will cure you of indigestion, kid-
ney and liver troubles.
Mrs. B. H. Powell of High Springs
passed through this city yesterday on
route tl'New York, where she expects
to spend the remainder of the heated
term. Her friends wish her a pleasant
There was an interesting game of
baseball between the Oak .Hall Jrs.
and the North Gainesville teams yes-
terday afternoon, which resulted in a
score of twenty-six to eight in favor of
the former.
Yes, wedo job printing ki up-to-
now style at the lowest prices com-
mensurate with good work and good
material. Don't (frget to send your
order to The Sun whin in need of any
kind of printed matter.
Mrs. Washington M. Johnson de-
'par.ted Friday for her old home, Wil-
son, N. C., where she will spend a few
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walls. She was accompanied as far
as Jacksonville by Dr. Johnson.
When your watch needs the atten-
tion of an expert workman or you have
some other repair work in the jewelry
line, take it to headquarters. We
guarantee all of our work to stand the
test of time and wear. L. 0. Smith.
Don't forget the excursion to White
Springs via Gainesville & Gulf railway
Tuesday, July 28th, Leave Gainesville
6:45 a& m. eketo good returning un-
til July .8rst. An excellent oppor-
tunity to visit the famous Suwannee
River resort. Fare, only $1.25 round
No man or woman in the State will
hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain's
Stomach aud Liver Tablets after try-
ing them. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels, im-
prove the appetite and strengthen the
digestion. For sale by all druggists
and medicine dealers. .
Turner Brewer arrived in the city-
Friday evening froni White Springs,
and is the guest of relatives for a day
or two. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer expect
to make their departure Tuesday for
Valdosta and other points in Georgia.
His niany friends here were glad to
see him again.
S. P. Brookington of Orlando, one
of the clever and efficient representa-
tives of the Peninsular Industrial In-
suranee Company has arrived in the
city and will aaistu Manager Anderson
here for a few weeks. Through the

energy of M r. Anderson this SQoiety
has built up a large membership here
an4 is still growing.
Mrs. i. 0. Evaxt and little soar Wil-
liam departed yesterday t.r Jackson-
ville, from whence they will ail this
morning on the Olyde Line steamer
Arapahoe fur Ntw York. They will
spend the remainder of the heated
teri in Chester, Opan.. as the guests
of Mrs. Evans' naotlihr, Mrs. M. A.
Cantleld. .Fricds wltih hema a plea-
ant trip and a baWefo&eal .OJonr.
A free trip't Y#trk and all ex-
Speaa p l d to oo -

L. Ottensosser of Oeala l in, tvlieltr.
' Fre amnpes of K9alolal at a.drug
stpre's. t r*u r -

TO. M. Veable ot Atyredoe wa'
among the visitors to this city "yester-
Reductions, reductions. Midsummer
,brgains in all departments. Marcus
Mrs. J. B. Pad'gett of Paradise made
a brief shopping tour to this /city yes-
.William Littledale, representing
'Smith & Turner, candy manufacturers,
Jacksonville, is in the city.
The premises of W. 8. Dorsey, East
Orange street, are being improved by
the erection of a handsome new barn.
L. W. Jackson has returned from
points in the East End, where 'he has
been in the iflterest of the Singer sew-
ing machine.
For Rent-35-aere vegetable farm in
North Gaiinesvllle known as the Jas.
Proud place. Also 37 acres fine vege-
table land at Millard station. Apply
to M. B. Saunders.
The Kite family, comprising John
Kite and two sons, Hampton and
Groves, and two nephews, Crocket and
J. M..Kite, were visitors to this city
from Hague yesterday.
Thousands of the best people in
Florida euldorse, use and recommend
Kalola to all wto suffer with indiges-
tion, kidney and liver troubles., For
sale by all first-class druggists.
Wanted-The address of S., D. Gray,
formerly in the barber business in this
sity and later engaged in the grocery
business at Arredondo. O'Donald &
Saunders, wholesale and retail grocers.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, at their
home on North Garden street, enter-
tained a select number of lady friends
Friday evening. Refreshments were
served, and altogether the affair passed
off pleasantly.
For your crockery, glassware and
china come to see us. Our patterns
consist of the very latest, and w e can
please you when it comes to the ques-
tion of price. Consult our line -before
making your purchase, L. C. Smith.
ltoadfl!ster E. B. Jolley of the At-
lantic Coast Line was a visitor, to this
city yesterday. Mr. Jolley was' for
many years in charge of the Rochelle
territory, but has been transferred to
Dunnellon on the West Coast division.
DOn not be like a bump on a log. Do
not be classed as a slob or lobster by
speaking of Kalola unkindly-saying
things you cannot prove-but join the
army who have tried JKalola and found
it to lihethe finest prepaation for indi-
gestion, kidney and liver troubles ever
offered to the Buffering public.
W. N. Camp and family are pleas-
antly domiciled for the next thirty
days at Carlsbad, Bohemia, Aubtria.
Miss Lucy Camp will enter the uni-
versity at Dresden, Germany, and will
spend a year or more abroad. Writing
to a friend here Mr. Camp says it is
delightfully cool at Carlsbad, the ther-
Tmometer on the morning of July 14
x.ltering only 50 degrees.-Times-
Moses Now in Atlanta.
one of the besatnon-league contests
of this season is due to come off Satur-
day at Piedmont park when the crack
Athletic club aggregation meets the
strong semi-professional team from the
home of Henley at Jasper, Pickens
county, Georgia. Moses arrived in At-
lanta today and will be used in this
game ready to help him out. Moses
recently pitched great ball against the
Jacksonville team of the Southeastern
league and let Valdosta down with one
hit. He is, confident of bagging his
game tomorrow.-Atlanta Jourdal,
Friday. _____
Attention, R, A. M.
There willbe a regular convocation
of Gauinesaville Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.,
at Masonio iHall, over Dutton's bank,
Monday evening, the 27th inst., at 8
A full attendance is desired, as there

will be work in the Mark degree. -Vis-
iting 'brothers will receive a cordial
welcome. H. E. TATLOn, H. P.
J. 0. Toaeny, Sec.


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Full lin^ of FINE CAS-
ROBES, etc All funer-
al supplies up to date.e
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph proNtly attend-
ed to.



(118 E. UNION ST.)"

Special "Reductions in several

grades while the cards last,

(South Side Square)
,Hair Cucllnir, Shaving. Shampooing,
Hut and Cold Baths. Flrst-olass work
and courteous attention.

Severe Hail Storm.
Jack Haile returned yesterday from
a brief visit to the home of his brother,
James 0, Haile, near Alachua.
Mr. Haile states that a severe hail
storm visited the vicinity of his broth-
er's home Friday afternoon, a number
of the hail stones being as large as
guinea eggs. The storm was terrifle(.
for a few moments and the damage to '
crops was material.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by clfildren while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gnms,
allays pains, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world.
Mrs. McKinstry's List.
Mrs. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., hands us
the following additional subscriptions
for the Kirby Smith monument fund:
Cash................. .... .10 00
Dutton & Co...... ......... 00
T. M. Venable, Arredondo........ 50
Wonderful Nerve
Is displayed by many a man enduring
pins of accidental cutas, woun
ruises, burns, scalds, sore feet o. stiff
joints. But there's no need for it.
Bucklen's Arnica ~lve will kill the
pain and care thi trouble. It's 8 th
beat salve on earth for piles, too. ,U. -
atall drugle .t.




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