Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01931
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 28, 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: VID01931
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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ond offoor 0ompand of
Fort Prov04 Traitor.

ward Turned Guns on the Rebels
d Surrendered to the Government
.rces--More th*a3 a Thousand Men
killed in Engagement..
w York, July 47.--According to
est brought here by the French
bip Jouffrey, cablepA,the Port of
correspondent o( The Herald the
"ure of Ciudad Solivar and the de-
of the revolutio!nsts was great-
%lalitated by the treachery of the
d officer in command of the fort.
Is said have have shot the com-
ing officer, t-Iurned the guns on
rebels and surrendered to the gov.
ent forces. It Is estimated. that
0 men were killed and wounded
Inj the fighting.


"r $16,000,000 Estate Settled-Re-
"lls Startling Yachting Accident.
ew York, July 27.-One of the most
rtling accidents in the history of
htlfug around New York has been
called by the appelate division which
handed down a decision settling
long-standing* litigation over the
,OOX,000 estate of William T. Gar-
r, the print gc9ds manufacturer, who
ith his wife,,' is brrother-in-laiw and
*.guest, was -d :,4w1ed by the capsizing
it his yacht, t le Mohawk, in the har.
r July 20, 7 '. The estate is di-
nfrg trel--da.ughtera, M'ar-
e DeBreteuil, Lady Gordor? Cumrn
g and Countess Leon DeMoltkel-
Itfeldit. The court set aside part of
will because of the death of Mrs.
ner and divided the estate accord-
to the remaining provisions of the
arner, at the time of his death.,
the most extensive manufacturer
/print goods in the country. Ilis
was Miss io eliti Thorne, de-
rg of an oi. southern family.

ercial Hotel at Nashville Partial.
ly Destroyed by Fire.
.ashville, Tenn., July 27.-The Cornm-
ctal hotel was badly damanged by
at an early hour this 01orning, and
rTear end of the building was com-
Swrecked All 'of the guests
t rescued and some of them with
Clty. One guest ran down the
lad in an uodershirt and on
way rescued a woman who had
erd. A mother and her 5-day s-1d
were nearly suffocated when res-
:by the firemen.
aie fire is supposed to have started
a lighted cigar or pipe that was
in a coat belonging to a waiter.
fte 108s is estimated at $7,000 and
fully covered by Insurance. The
8ding was occupied alternately dur-
th(t war by confederate and fed-
Soldiers and was at one time the
Quarters of mineral J. C. Davls,
id., who killed General "Bull" Nel:
SI l-ouiisvlle ,rd
bTe building i- owned by President
Ut, of th Poito National bank.
ill be reconstructed.

Kran Minister Suspected of Plot
1( Petersburg, Jly 'LT.--The Novoe

Yra tolay published a dispatch
Vladivostoek, whlch says several
a ministers a.d h$gh dignitaries
-supected. of belng eoaerned in
t against the EWmpreew of Korea
it i exPecte that they will be dis
d and arrested.

War Rumors Unconfirmed.
,r July ft -rb. Aasoclated'
learns that th' dispatches re
e at the. forelxi.o$1o4, here from
n) dn St. pot*, Ao not con
any conal t tbe reports
,aied in


Big Vessel For Turkish Navy Launch- Hlitorlo Flaherman's Rin Worn by
S at P hiladelpihia. Jly ke cruiser TE 'l ouaIalyn' l rt. AT COAL CITY,' B
Philadelphia, July 27.-0iOe cruiser A New York, July 27.-The lerald' A
Madjidlia, built for the Turkish navy --- Ronme correspondent cables the follow. ----
was successfully launched from the Lyihg in Stats Ceremonies at ir.g Guards Fired Upon the B
Cramp's shipyard in this city today in The ring of the fisherman which
the pre'sense of a large audience. An .. -. houlid have boon found a the hand itders. ,
In l900 Ai hed Pasha, chlef engineer Pof %no pope. has dlstppeared. It In
of the OttfIan ~tvy, eam-C t-,)thi's coun.- not so much a question of Its material,,
Ptt, O':' t At the 0ade Coal Min,.Abou.
Ay for the Itfpose of examining the Whole Diplomatic Body Accredited t s of Its Intrinaasic value, for the ring At the de Coal Mins About i
Americarn sy,te stof naval cons-true- of tle fishermane Is used to seal the to
tion. As a result of this investiga- the Vatican Assembled In Hall of the pnpal bulls and Is the outward slgn Miles From Ohattanooga, ConvlO5i- |
tion the Turkish government contract. Consistory-Elihty Thousand People' of the authority of the pope. Defy Authorities and Consldeal|
*d with the Crajnpl Shipbuildling com. Viewed Leo's Remains. When the cardinal camerlingo cer. Trouble Results.
pany for the construction of the Med. Itlfies the death of-a pope he receive r
jUdia, Nwhici is of the protected cruiser Rome. July 27.-On the stroke of the ring of the oishorman from the Atlantta. July *7.-No additlonalS A
ty pe. midl.ay as tle noon gun from the cas- chanmberlain of lia holiness. It is then formationu has been received thX-0MeOt
The general dinie-nsions and charac- "L ot St. Angelo was fired, the lying destroyed in the presence of the car, Ing at the office of the stat-e p$i-o "
teristles of the vessel are as follows: in state of the body of Pope Leo Xlll dinals at the first meeting of the sa. commislaon regarding the mutiny **-
Length on load line 330 feet; beam, came quietly to an end and those few cred college hold after (he polp's the 126 convlits of the Dade cowl 0iml* '.
extreme, 42 fot; ;Iraft, nican. 16 feet; who still lingered at the gales of the death, at Coal Clty,-a., 50 miles s t~R i' i
displacement,. ;1.h00 torns; speed, 22: chapel of St. Peters were ordered' to But whe6 Cardinal Oreglla, the pree, Chattanooga. last night, In wh ,:'i <
knots. leave, and some 200 or $00 persons, eat eamoerlingo, had certified to tho was reported that two of the eooy| i'
The armament consists of two 6-inch including Cardinal Go soen, who arriv- death of Leo XllI.Mg.r. Rialettt. wa& a had been shot, '
rapid fire guns, 4 5 caliber long; eight ed at Mochlin just in time, passed prey to the deepest despair and had Tho names of the convieta, whb ,4W'
4.7 rapid fire guns, 50 calibers; six 3- slowly out of St,. Peters, Into the sun- to admit that the rfig had disappear, knnowzn entirely by thetr prison :'i
pounder ral)(ld fire guns, 50 calibers; lit piazza and the world's last tare- ed, Card.inal Oreglla, who had, as iI born, have not y@dt ben learned, b t'i
six 7-pounder rapid fire guns, 50 call. well to the great pope was'over. the cuatomns brought his declaration of Is known that the men were rl 1 I4 t
bers; one :3-inch field gun; two torpe. Ten minutes later Italian infantry having received tho rin, frpm the tra of the band Who had barrtie oa4
do tubes for 14-iuch Whiteheadi torpe- and gendarmes poured out of the, papal chaintberla.lu, a.11 written out, themselves In the shaft of thte tll tI ',
does. Basilica and lined up on the steps In had to put it back In his pocket. It Is said that the guardw were t(t 4
Using the standard rates of firing imposing array. The outer gates were Mgr. Blaletti can give no Indication to fire on the men on acaoult it 69.4
for guns of the caliber given, the toal then closed and the body of the late as to the robber, Tbe theft must have menaclug and threatening attiloitit oi,,
discharge of all guns in one minute pope was left to the tender care of taken place between the day of the the convicts, It sa learned that:i th
would bhe 5 6.000 pounds. The maximum those who had watched by Leo XIII death of the I)ope and the morning of shooting of the two prltsobersR 'moir
thickness of the protected deck over In his lifetime. the following day, wheop Cardinal Oreo suit fatally.. ..
the space occupiedl by the engines and Preparations for Interment. glia officially certified, to his death., It a posiathle that the opWvltaaiVre
boilers is 4 'inch's. Otherwise the The preparations for this evening'a During thia tite a large number of pianined suh' a Otutiy, a'nd' ay h V ,s
vessel is unarnm(rred with the exception interm-ent were immediately ,omlnenc- persons entered the death chamber. secreted food in the mitlat' 0n o1lt
of the conning tower and tube leading ed. While the bulls of th(e Basilica Tine disapepoarance of the ring ha* withstand a asige for s0me' tl .. ,A
to the protected deck' Each of the rp'ng out their daily fmelodious noon caused a tremendouS sensation at the the only' way of aesapti|g- t ~
larger guns is provided with a shield chti.us, the troops forced in columns Vatican, where 't la the solo subject mine ls through the mouth of the : l
for the protection of its crow. and wIore marched to the ba4acks.. Of conversation. | the prisoners are poWerltee w1iholI
The vessel is provided with a strong Their historic incursion into vatican In the meantime In the certificate o arms, and it mit1 lie that the 'n will
ram at the bow, strengthened by the territory ended without the slightest death of Leo XII1 all allusion to recetiW have to be forth4d to st ar6endr by,*I
protective deck, which forms an Inte- friction. ng the ring hasB boe suppres~e. starvation.
gral part of th'6tmin. The engines are it is estimated that 80.00)0 people -. Frinds'of Mgr. B3isletti hope that Tne coal company i-UaW' str*o ,"ii
two in number, of the inverted, triple passed the catafalque osnce.. Thursday when the seals are removed from the rirade around their propetity, 'viweh ~ ;la
expansion type, driving twin screws. morning. The las- funeral ma It in binets of the late pope th ertlig Will securely guarded, and there ~a hgrtly ',
These engines will Iob capable of de St. Peters .was celebrated this morn- .be fouu io use of them, but very lit a chance for the mien to Af10.lPI'
volop)ing upward!s of 12.00o1 Indicated Ing. The Jlat funerm mass in -St. tle confidence is felt. The rlng should the guards. unless uPlippfl W*t(Lth' '
horse power. The h(illo'rs are of the Peters was celebrated this morning .n vr ha'e left the pope's hand and one to mako an attack.
Improved Niclausse type. in the chapel of the choir by Mgr. every "ie domes having touhed It. The coal n4nes are the poperty e-
There will be a complet(, hospitals anicy. canon of the -vatir-an Itasillca. the GeorgIa Iro4 and-e Coal ompa5y
cn the ship and specIl attention ham' At the saric' tIme funornti nassS'-were WAL.L S*oTREET ON TENSION. 'ho repre(oiotatlve of t hoe comny
mcn given to ventilation. c ,obrated in most of thio churches of In this city has received no flt ;A
-,--given t_ _tin ,ourt- n 'st Reoent Failures Caused Flurry In tha tion In regard to the .nuth to
PASSENGERS' NARROW ESCAPE. Magnificent Ccrcrnony. Great Fianclal Center, noon today, further 'than the t '-.
'the moft limnposing c(er-imony today Nhw Yot'k. JIly 27.-Wall .trtet be-patches received by the prison toi.
Open Ewitch Causes Train to Crash was the reception by the sacred col- San busitneas today wIth much anxiety.' milasron last night.
Into Cars on Siding. lego In the hall of the i inslatory oft yesterday'ss two faillrose and feara' Chairman J. S. Turner, of the state
Ix)uisvlll. Ky July 27.-Over 100 the whole diplomatic body accrodilo, of nire to come had Worked the street prison commisaMon, left' here today for
passengers on the 1,v:xington and At- to the vatlcaun. All the. dLplomat-oi up to a high nervous tension. Brok- the scene of the mutiny, and will take
Ianta flyt-r of the Soutilorn railway wir, gorgeous unilformsr and the ear era and their clerks Workod until late charge of the minet Until order bha
whrih left this city at 7:15 o'clock di..a1! had on their imagniflicent violet, last night and In some linitanes all bhen restored. It is understood that.
last night for Atlanta. had narrow es- rob andi were seated in huge aA night issuigu calls tu their cusLtmrlT he will make an official ltvestigatlon
capes from death at Tuckers, a small chairs, according to right of prece for aditliona.l margins. and will act In behalf of the prison
station 17 miles south of loutsvllle. dence. 'TVhe Portuguese ambassador, The attendaune on the floor of the coisMlosion ..
A switch was thrown open at that M. Martinis d'Antas, dean of the diplo- exchange was unusually large 'for a| statn Deputy Warden Mooro left'for
place, and running at 30 miles an hour, matic corps, wai at -the head of the; mldas tmer Baturday sea(wot.. Prli.!e? Coatl Cty lastnlght.
the train crashed into two cars loaded lcbdy. He advanced atnd delivered ai'. for A'erlrans In London wore goner- .
with stone, denollahtng the engine, address in French expre:'ing the Oear. ally betterand help, to. tnpart stead- WILL NOT WALK OUT.
two freight cars and one passenger row of ill the powers at 'ne death of ines to the local market at the open- b o "e
coach, and then collided with a board. Pope ILeo. who hiad acquit ad the tUnl-. lng, but gains bore, were not up to eightt of leelkbIndere? Union at Wash*
ing car filled with people. versal esteem of the worl<. those made4 Ir a London. Orders to Ington, D. C,
Tnc switch was thrown ppen with Cardinal Oregilta, dean of tho college buy the standard railroad staUMk wetre ,ahtngtOn, July $7-T-bhe BoI) th.
the purpose of wrecking the train, of cardinals, rote aud answered in Wel dtstrlbutMed, socalled brokers tak- Cr.' unto., which b. been< lllttun. .
ltlght persons were hurt. but all wil Italian. He thanked th, diplqoatiu log blocikM of New York Centralt At the relu lttement of W, A. Miller. tbe ,
recover All the injured are em- in the name Of eth sacreOl college fruj noiit evory etminaisatlon house had or atistsat forerma in I. th.- govex rmnaL~.
ployes of the road. th;, part all the government nts had takes dora to. buy at decliaes. The rpre- prittlag offWlee, who was Minise ell r '
In the mourning of the churheb. H)i tentative of a leading- wester? house cause of his expulalon from t1I ualnte
NAVAL STORES MEN HAPPY, Puilogiod Pope Leo and his work dor. wa reported tohave purcusaased mod nd later ordered relastated under art 'F
l----e ing his long pontificate. and euded PratAly of tho rangers. There was Oeeutliive order, has abandonee4 .tx
Rise In Price of Spirits Causea Bettr with expressing hope that foo wil *lo sone buying of an IaVestanie Intoatlpa of walking out in ese U)ta
Feeling at Savannah. 'give the church a worthy anrcesior to character. The list stt4ad4od of by er rtestUNes workti. This is the atti '
Savannah, Ga., July 27.-Savannah Leo XII. tf end oOf the hal boar. on today. ;:
aval stores interests are jubllant over After this the diplomatic body ks Pe.d. -t Tat.-- .. ...n. lnAT m, of O tie .ate )
the 'rice reached by spirits Friday. ed the hands of all the ,'ar'dials atd Sewed In Army 94 Years,. a Brotherhood of Bookbla4 The top notch was 50 cents, which, especially congratulated '( rdlnalOre Cbarileton. C., Jauly 27-S.regisnt route here from ChOiagbo ,4*
compared with the same time last gila on the sentim nta he had egre'. Jimo Condois, th oldeut .oldlra ,i .Wite o te t e* toot lh Jeai d e t. i
v.ae. the record year. is 7 cents higher. ed, and which produced thue t of i, toe Uhte!d m ae army In a. tr ae tae ..e. ided to abide by thi, H

The advance has been steady for pr4' 'ions. e i v dces..d .suddea4y at his residesce 1 f -f wP e PnIH ,:piI
some weeks, and the present season 4-- to tbr< ity "rMay. ltr, tht bI OiW ielM b With the dovet.gWI.
may run as high as last year. when ,layer f Wife Uter Ar years he a bena oN on4 at 07 pt Ms A e1"eeted t rpo40 "I
sales were made high in the lixties. Carrollton. Oa.. July 7t1U-Rbert Ca.ro0na Military academy ,a t Ral a but faledl"#
Continued light receipts and active Smith. who killed 'his wife ti tn00 eaV mer CAptaio Condop wae T4 r *."t" ""pected -f
demands from 'all sources are respoo .orn part of the county, has been I o ..e was born in eobe, O a-, -, :;I : i
sible Operators are growing rich rested at Franlln,,.-itn teasr4 omlMY.. 4 i enlisted s' a. r.m e .
and factors are sharing their prosper ie had gone down tir rlMe-iver. wh wils y-rs o d. g.d r Coe M
Ity. from the scene of his rim'- ton a beet) lug Sine passed the ese frt retir Ludoes, oiuy *7s'S
War on Jersey Mosqitoees. He was almost naked, bavin&b a o S. mlatq tt refisqd a pe*a* qte lit*tlel I
New York. July 7.-Another step a shirt. Carrolioa officers hiate gSn*. 0 W to iforu a. r alf u,
has been taken In the war o0 the mo fory m
quito in New Jersey. Repreenetaue ur Out- ...... Te "ais S At a'*l 4 ..t g.
1f 21 cities anld townsat a 'M-u lo e
In Newark have formed an orgaisma Cbtttuoiga. Teals Julyl e T< er asm, No rm YaeiasL .1
Lion to be known as the coa trewe J Iy In tM" he h LC lleobraTe Whit tm will sherIf .e4N of rsager OeIN tf0*
committee on mosquito extt4rntL Uonc. e which h* s bas ne Sag v oiuttV ." s %oe. g w
Tne object, as set, forth. is to rd New w, witho t rebig a m.:fo.. M ee woo i* tlled toIg Io.m i A
Jersey of the a68aa00 tui, butk of i0e at crows ta49 V*1f6' 6tb'. eabses. Ma ^a.''l.
p -svotwiU b at i-j, f,'"V t-!
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AIRhttt sel" by .. fu-y 150 rs abs. ......... . ; -
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fr. ear ~e eot6wa. m6de: the.... 50ia fel t areI......... .....Sat. ..... '
af d wose truea s II_ Couneatlons totr Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo-hand Sarasomta, on Si, except
Wa W W 'ISlp..th i *,4.. ..ua.. t h .m i.s. ... .. .. L tsr ma i ..
ol W .l t o ig..t .. etb o Train o. 84, Seaboard Express. drawing room Pul.an sl. l 0p. between
a te pr opcts a .e ..e. a dsastrfusihy .ao the true .etai Tamba, Jaoksonvolle anri ew York, via .Richmnond and Washhiton. Vesti-

Shis e le bueday coaches between Jaeksonville nd. Washington, liihmn d, Caf e,
to *b al bob th "the i*m b ia n to t 5.II.. 1 i m k .
A66, eabrd Mail, day oahes, mail, baggage and express cars be-

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ei i si:ityal oi t"e and every nP rewsN.or donn Merchantsea. K Hinea r r rStoh trupl. P. OBCTke Altacha WPteaon Wae.a
m ptives Y l a rdtot 06,pin ,l a leot w Ir l Nte P on d t t Fn e eitnrn hn Ir*t-nlasse.... ...
At many WaBe- S ,kronoun..ed hopel.. terrible hour Dr. KtEig d Ntw De. pta rted r s e e anrdi net p. d A w tEy r.. ..ot.
payiolQ have be -n orwtlf by ,o)e for oonw. "loe turned deopaeir hoo.n8a Pro Tm1 p nas..
s60 lrtClures 0hhnsaut46iicIht-T -VLd

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,loen ho *a, t the~ Ju!y 7; 1 002, w eh.cpr=eeded the -,, .Jac o-..r...e nd NeW '.Y Ork -,
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0on in f .:t1 :'r P .... o, Manatee, Onle!r and Saeveriteo
i while oonauinptloin w Ba .thl ay U estr1 4o. Im- CS alling at Charlestn both Wam ,l'',n s 104
. manU01a0e o4e00.1neles t0. i sA".. teribleh our.Dr. Klsg'. tw Di-a- ported, i .i..........n........."...... -
ioneL taption turnte 0 despair -
46:pbi an"day co.ch, -M08. betw enb iJ aiksothei "le Nbotliib tn:.... ..........Pro'" ) Foot o:; ahrn+t, "
ft~nId 1 etelW cqedher. ZMo.A6,e tdto aokdr. l, h l i a,, e owino"chesmailbr..
1 Wlw rit . . .. .,Be v enSio-Pe .... ..-u l l m r oa s e pbt ,t we. C t J i-

ind Tar. It h76 m iie tr l. la rtu.....---. a4tw-ri JAC3C4_OiiV i- ai o
Ssatd stopStoeo frIi d L. Tr ee oree ping at, Palatka, Atoi, bee (DeLnd).and Intermudlp.
-r. .-. 5te4---M P. 0,
itu*t &Co.f N. YVtk.Jatly reO Fteamer e a t Nws
!"A a it ld teor Sher - D eard. e' 1 e tihs. b bok : the r "w1o ptween -o- a Iollows:

of the Chicag- pollee toro,, 2 Wa~E$ SoOE wa, tou? dsp. C, ,2 A0. ....,*. A.E 8 M 0.
It was chief of dete tYkoesc VowS a tfhe torder record s t
io n e ... ..... .. ... ,- ...... .. .... ...... :
T he.. .o-i- . ..so lo.-. . .
7-N. . .. ..1.1: : i ,l ; . .; + A


"WOW .-0Pt and
S the wwtndle
d on'i a eR and just
vered In ch victim
;0t1ded 'bi to from ?i
I the 'UiW i $l|(| ^ many
of d,611.1^ -was
trtted is 4ie'-laie m of a
j"o women" tb^ ~ i ojects of
",aare wO f n5 ; national l
"eranee etc. O.i, i to the im-
of the naime itli at of a well]
(in organizaitoo t, work -of secur-
ictnm was e1 y .
,vertisement4 ,rwre putbflshed here
7 in June for' 10 Z~ai secretaries to
an salary of( 600QOearly was of.
'. Those who answered were the
teots of glowing; letter eand final-
pceived checks fo.r 45 to pay the
Ouse of a trip to fDettolt. Thh
idilg secretary' WaS Warned that
reduced rates of fare could be se-
,dby sending '$15 to an alleged'
inger agent' 1 Cleveland within
days. The checks were hurried.
bashed In 'almapat every instance
`ame back prot$Wted. The vic.
was theni out. i15 good money,
t presum.ably Si Into the hands
e swindlers itn leveland.


Tweatidth Year, Beginning September 22, 1903.

VEN FOUR-Al COURSES-Agrfculture. Chemistry. Civil Enwineering. Mechanical
setting, GenerO Sowne, Latin Soienoe. Classics. Two-year course in Mechanical Arts.
ear course In iOaor Stenography and Typewriting. A preparatory course of one or
ears, as required, totrthose desiring such preparation. A short course of live weeks ih
tlture or HortiOilturO Post-Graduate courses are also offered. The dormintorit's are
the immediate hu er(ialon or instructors, who ,inke every effort to infuse into the stu-
aspirit which lo I mto htgbmental, moral and physical developient Pine lymnasiuum.
ntlve and correettto rymnastica required of all stuilents. iF'inei modern Ibuildings and
lass equipment. -tItiaoa free to Florida students. No rees. For cattulogue address
T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E., Ph. I)., President, Lake City, Fla.


{ E. E. VOVLE, MG-R.

nd full information furnished regarding lands in
RP'TIMfa'ger has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.
S ----


senting a number of prominent Arnerican and English companies.

- ~Flo~i2ca.


Palatka, Fla.

Fine Wines. Liquors and Beer.

tie Beer a Specialty.
attention. Shipment
SWrite for' prices.

Mail orders will have prompt
made day order is received.
Goods boxed if desired.

k-The Atlantic Coast Line


i Via P Va1 j Vta
or J a or n ll Linse p
Jacls' vellKJo Jacksonville klU'u Line

e L Dupon t. or
S j kacl'ville and
-v Vmontio'omery

Rapid aisit and Unsurpassed Service

Time Table in effect May

rIt For

24, 1903.
g Arrive From

sFt*op High Spnngs and Inter- 83:256pi
Iaily mediate Points D)aily
47pm I O sla, Lee burg and Tampa, and 8:10 pIm
i Intermediate Points Daily
.pm pltka, Daytona, .Jacksonville. 1 l46pm
T I -t Nonh, East and West Daily
iJPan HOg -iprn-a, Wa croes. Savannali, Brunswiek, 12:10pm
AEi,At.u ta, all Points North, E ast We.t Daily
!: Sp-m - 9:566a
IP in o;5ai ;
iiy 3 ]oehellIe, Micanopy and Cira aily

l*ij 7i. 1 m.
High Springs Daily

II we.an,11bkOt good over ,00tusX mileS of among the prin.
antal ol O io oe I te iuipal agents.
-T Pola. Tao to New .York via AtlatiC Coast

Add ^^ ^I BIN. TIcket Agu aluvtl O.
W -a, 0 .... ..


A! the S-.op Me.n on the System May
Be Ordered Out.
La Ji ('oio./ Juy 27.--Ger.ar
M-ani*er Nill-,-,. ,of the S.nta 'e. has
hbee tiL '.u : n r settling the strike
i-n tl, s'c h : e cv. red to take
tie m n e c! t v-ri< individually, but
ti'e ) - ,-. v.,., rt,,use by the
7P n "r '- p-', er Lad1 boen is-
iXce ,"i ,.V-:-Jl Wili< of the Ma-
chlin.to Lt. ',i 7 ,: : I. ", fronm PueIlo
all( h- is: c Nt-;.d \ilh, saying that
unieios. sonie scttlt-rient is reached Im.
n't eliately All i ah, Siol (;n on .,the syS.
tcrun will l;H, o':,I,'r,,t, (lit The strik-
ers insist thiat tl'he: shall be returnel.i
to their position in a bo.ly: The
strike originated in a demand for a
regular pay d(ay Mon tent here by
the company to take places of the strik.
ers have declined to work after being
acquainted with the situation.
Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive.
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt well, doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and I nt now sound arid
I well." Sold by J. W. McCollum & Co.

O ltrle by Jofinon Bros., G(ainesville

Gainesvillo Guif Railway Company




Time Table in efftet July 5. 1908.

rno, 1.

rv P
7 45
1 O
8 00
8 05
8 10
8 15
8 88
8 45
8 60
8 Mi
9 15
9 451
1t) 00 1
11 85
12 0)
12 20
12 10

.r .


jV ..6 15 Lv
6 40
0 55
7 03
7 1 Ar
V. 7 6

8 40
ii 10
.. 8 4) a
7 25
MN -r k M

Lv A

7 08
7 20
7 27
7 4b
1i o(I
8 66
5 1-5 p
11 10 a
7 45
' 0 t

. ..........Fair ld .........
. ....... (rvl e. ......... ..
....... Duk van .....
...... o thae ... ....
.. ..... B iokna o .......
, ..... .. ,ajke 0iontou .....
........ MIoanopy 4..... ..,
............ oo ,........
......... Krkwoody........
. .. ..... Olytt, .... ....
....... P'lew llom ., ..... ...

Jco O.....Wc hoott ....& .
S... lRoky Pont..... .

......b...Bllamy .... ......
........... .C.Oyrll ........
........ ...Q raharu. .....

.J&Otaofvlie1, J. & R. W.
.. Ltie O-ty, (. O. & V'...
Tl....T %l aioe, S. A. L..;,
.... MVlou, ,. i. 0 o .....
.. 4tlnto, 0. of C........

* to, B.
No. 8. ',r ly
Daily. BWW

Ar. P MAr A
.. ... ......

..... .. .. ....

8 55
8 40
8 82
7 52
7 24 p
1 48 p
4 45 p
1 2' a
7 50 a
'.-W A '

,U 40
9 15
0 00
8 62
8 40

7 25
1 48

Lv P,


bZ i0)


*. 4 410
t~r 8 00
1 80



a.. .
.. .

L. E. BARKER, General Buperintendent.
J F. HILL, Agent. JAB. M. G-IAHAM. Presiden


- 6

6.17-519 W. BA T8IEET, JACD(SgtV|LE rLORWA

JAs. M. GRABAA. President Oh.. "o .1-IT, Vie-Pr..lda .


Capital........ .. ,. .. ........ $60,0000
oarpkis and Un4d4a Prm o o
Does eo xl aa isi 4

Sab. =" .sss a 9*6 .M6ss : m, a y a

Gainesville Gas &tlectdc Lighteo
Will contract for all of your Electrioal .Fi g
thres, Electric BW11 and -urg we: Aiarms. e ipt a
specialty of Electric Wirimng witedngrawo^k e
done with Southern Tarlft iool~tton. Jeorbaying
electrical work done, ollat Qffl I dget ^
mnririj Oki!

Ie I= !A i .


D1N ;7!.14
' '" P" .'f., A

Alaohua bot l


SA stract of Tle0

Al:*chbaa ciuitaty fuirtab
oel applications,

And all ua r; coomeerm
l. the. ques on o f luty-
k" 4 taxit zld wAtionatp .
:Atbstract t0of tliY


you a home. FOrr Ifatitma"
-ui0 i o Ril eug

GEOD W. M#i$
' OAINE$VILLr, 4lt.

-: In addtlitm 'to Ihe ab.vq
batv 4cdeeldl to work a itN I
it AteW and Itlentalt (lig, )"nd
... b- tlit *kftwl forr t bul
gplaviIl k iIt y-. l dg

Age A st for 1 k e ablii
*n FIrprX Mt6t#


Noew- e Ias h a All -

A A A" .. *:
bLlatt rsMO.W

FREZERS, and All
Spring and Summeirt:

I' m n W n*ip 11-:t!

03 *"*L NRL
OIaterVt assa
Sc ia a E
U 4


F. 3: '.. W3 ia1M^i^j.

MW Piotir
;co 4
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J lvert cB CbUlll
iI o and Fvert, aind every. form 6f
tt i tdvarsiMl, Biliaous, Remiittlng and Inter,
itrin .Feverand, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works pIx natnest cure.

w ,.- .


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b. '*! 'T
4s.1 anti
Si, atilti o r
p: art gf tii
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o -'


V-"- w I .. .
v e We las' lostJ

Sol e n h liedo

0I : lthe doatilton of t,. fi
tt|, teobe-th onee lle*

Olre. lajolw Tb aly hopea

1 00idW t iOleieveld than, General
s Wae gboth be'en4 tryn~ A oth deosn
t; orteyrate toe.falt be laid

4|' oier,: Mp ive, o d, has Just
: to : leMaepp ia'twer and M w1hi
0i i Tistl .ioei p oivn other caresi of
o0fi reloath war. h o hoe

Y^ Eoyt levels and Generald by
.flnha ve both beeni tryaunI o emonn
k iw that they re sooy tohe Iula

o 'Atl tohelo 'oir. Cleveaxde has wojut
II OItielle ht poppfather an teal
0sn4il46 oldftrie isth hel as teneatein

e'., tla ote w mduai frelag overt He
int tta ether pcieattd hat It Is on

o r. but 2 p.nt went
tes.P V sidt 'ol Msslnto uth ciraiul
Ie .h!t chane owhebn .tiherintoi t would
gurate ta campaign agallt the toy
on.$ltrd Itself they wople command theu

." thirty per"oe5ltraptialned r"n aew york,
alow e. Wouid'.,4l iot bea wlie phslo01
Sthropy to take a lIprge number of theoe
: people west, -her hC orvesete b gidis
sotO badly leeidedftl,' : c o. ..

.The attorneys for. eorge W.e
(Beavoera, the Indicated. former .at peri
Isateendent of asalales ando shelowlaep
(naugutom eaDei'artige ag),nimntn that
p te government i very incoiniderate
hei their client In. not making known
Ilt i the. extent of the defaIoatlhoe
e swhioh they have found him, guilty.
,*-, averst probably thinks the paost-
i. oBials are very rude to. want to
qth utee hpiem at all.

to, .Ident Roosevelt has dealt labor
nloes-ita ternous blow by the reinstate-
~ ee ofWrillm A. Miller as assist-
"istofaoro of the Government Print-"
OI... SIllio was e fpejled from
gg|gaow at plrl e was
|4) t go 'n thegoTvernment printer
lo b*asi s loat.,b r 'ns m. Th,

;ian wasn or spwe lMaMDg uetagor took

ho rt' hil~,, lll? eas ritle ."
Ioeo4ben fEri Oianonf referred ton
'he #ubjeot on mnanty oidosto and aDp-
aPenaly Wftlt hiereiabgh bitterisea .
2onse 'of Qongreps add there re any
1ai tions that I wil break out with
:o inbonsiderable rancor on both sides'
It ^ appere iat 'the subject :.o.
financial leg~llatio ; will be the. oca
'iaon; qf -tbflrt, break. The. Se ag.
before atjour riet n, appointed a sebib
committee of theoo iteon t na
t9:draft iflna... .i, meairae t bme eon
tdrered iniTedtely oY tae re-.on. .
Vetilnog Iof ongreis. :A'While the' exaot
proviios.of. the 'mensre 'ar not
knowni' iA ioy thatI the Senate
ori teteW ha ,.Wh oia owned 'an' as
9,t 0 ou.re .i~0 hoiyie ae House has
favored that expedIelin. In In6 thit
ati gist f the ?owlir 'b Ill1. D pv
Inj qeinlt Wisi!t %t;W;aslhilngto. Mr.
Qanion made It kricwathat he would
oppose all flianoial jleiislation at the
next felon, and. iAt is believed
hi couorie.' inso, doilIg would be'
largely dioestated by hi determination
not to yield any hing to the leader-
ihip of the Senate. Since then,
however, the Preildeni has caused to
be given out an authorized c.tamtoment
which was made by Senator Lodge
from Wohih the latter says that the.
President sincerely hopes. that time
will be found for the oonrideration of
some financial measuvIe st the extraor-
dinary session which will be called to
convene on Monday, Novenber 9, and
further expresses the hope that. a law
wh(i h wil provide a remedy for exist-
rig defects in the financial system will
be enacted. Following the issue of this
sOatement the President Indloated to
.Mr; Oannon his desire so coafer with
him at Oyster Bay, and aecoydingly
the Speaker;to-be has responded and
has had a long conference with the
President on the subject. What the
outcome of that discussion was has not
been learned. It is also believed that
Mr. Cannon has been summoned to ap-
pear before the Senate sub-committee
and explain his objections to the bill
that committee is preparing.

Immigration for.the flsoal year just
ended passed' all previous records,
nearly a million aliens having come to
the United Statesi most of them. bqing
the lowest classat of labor from the most
undesirable parts of Europe. Of
Course the American manufacturer.
must be protected from all passible-
competition, but the American labor-
ing man can expect no protection from
cheap labor. Senator Elkius and other
men of hid stamp who, represent" the
employdrasof cheap labor in Congress
will permit. no additional restriotions
on immigration.
How's This?
We offer One Hitndred Dollars Re-
Ward for any ease of 0atarrh that uan-
not be cured by HallPs Catarrh Cure.
F. J-,-Ouis axy&.Co., vToledo, 0.
We" the "underaigned, have known
F. S. Cheney for the last 16 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
buIaneas, tranaotion a and' financially
able to carry .out any obligationt mad e
by their firm.
W+aTa & TRU.tx, Wholesale Druggiats;
SToted o. ., '. 0 '
WAtdn KirIAN & MAn.RT, Whole.
"sale Druggists, toled 0.
Hall's Oatarnh Cure sla taken Inter-
ially, acting directly upon the blood
and mutcous eurtaces of the system.
'etlmonelals ssent free. Prte so per
bottle. si old I all druigsta.
Hi'a Famtlj pills are the best.
Many Killed By 14,t.
Buda Pest. July T,-A4dvitea fromt
lHeraegovint asy that deunrl a uaneu-
ver march o an Inuntry regoliment taut
Monday 460 men wre tA Vlotlma of


nIwh0 wsed deterildatO elount

hbd. tieew puirhased. fr:m
jUIhtQeiwcltI Manifolding .omp.ny, In
whiNh Representative Sibley 1 Inter-
*eth The wolerl h reported theO fact
wslO lrTeprirmandeds and then re-
1dued to messenger 'ork.

Th4ire Ji a certain irony about Sen-
str Plitt's. suggestion that Senator
-41ieh be nominated vice-president.
A*KXfr. Aldrich Is the most ardent of
"itad -pagtters," and is the personal
tepresentative of' the Standard Oil
0ob paniox0 the floor of the Senate,
Bii(noation by the Republicans
iioud singularly appropriate. He
mwoud be:able to keep the. Pr'esiderit
10-in 4Spd would eliminate, Cuan-
min, aid other heretics from the fold
opfthe eleat... i

The Boss Worm Medicine.
* 1 KP. lKumnipe, druggit,. L fghton,
lg,-,wr ites: "One of my customers
hd, a child which was sick, and threw
1ip all food, could retain nothing on its
ptomaneh. He bought one bottle of
'Whits C OCream Vermifuge, and its
brought up 119 worms from the child,
I's the boss worm medicine in the
word." 'White's Cream Vermifuge
i also, the ,hlldren's tonic. It im.
.iroves tht#i' digestion and assimula-
tion of food, strengthens their ner-
vous e'ystem and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood. 25c at Johnson

Offers VeryLow Rates on FollowlngDates
Oolonlst Tickets to Callfornia, Utah,
Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona. Colo-
-rado. Oretn. Waabsimgton. .Montana.
Idabo, Wyoming, on sale until June 15.
St. Louis and Return
June 16-17. good to return until June 26th
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National RoneOapment U. A. R. Tick-
ets on sale Jul i 31 o August 13. Good
.to return until October 15.
Denver, Col.' and Return
On sale June to Jul.vy 9th. Good tore-
turn until August 3lst.

There I. notlr iing jo por*ei.
Mr over it ill the
patience is .xhausted, and tite; ,eiylooking
place makes you irritable, desponW4t a t
A chronic soreis the very-ebt ilsi t Unhealthy
and impoverished conditionn' 1t yourCdwn under
the effect of ponit serinot disorder. tkin'f iines like
mercury or potahi, will sometimes pTite a 'vtte bloo and id -
pair the central system that the ett orbtn obstinate
non-healT g sores of the most osensive cb..... ,,
Often an inherited tainttbreaks oUtfrghtfi leai o: pothe iimba
or face in old age or middlelife. Whenever sore eiito .)eal.the blood
is always at fault, and, while antiseptic, Washe. salves, sps and powders
can do .much to keep down the inflatnimtion antd cleasse the Sore, it will
never heal permanently till the blood itself has hen purfied ad thedeadly
germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. 8. S thisca becowmplished-the
-i polluted blood is purified and lpngtrated, and when
fjp i ^ rich, pure blood is again circulating.freelythtoughout
.%. .. 1!5 Vi5 the body the fiesh around the old sore beginsto take
on a natural color, the discharge of iaatter ceases
and the place heals over. .
S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order
and at the same time totes .up the system and builds up th"c general health.
SIf you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical, advice.

Florida East CoAaSt Ry

In Eff t May 28, 1903.

"" jI 0 No.t9 BTATIO S. ,N&O8 SI..t
(afly. Daily. STATON. P ATaly.N
aP O s B 4Oa T................ SJaoklon ville. ............. eru 00ft i sOp
50 S3 48 ............. n l .. ...... .. p
a v5 9p.alOSa...... ........ t.Augstne.... ..... ....... l40 ..
1 1 .i..u..t s a ...................., ,s g ........ ......L a *I 0p i _
I a ......."......4 M....... .......
Sp Ar.................... *nlat.a........ ............va ig 0C-4
a. !!Y) HyN B .op a..................._10 ij I

................U..... in e ..... ..... ...... ..... .
U ,O i D, p o............ .... r. ent.x ................... 5 as4 p 't
p .... ... .. ......... o ...................
S p ..................Dayon ................ a ... N
OA p...**..........*Port Oratnge.................4.47.. pm
S S t $ I~p ................ ....Mew 8m me....................**,: 4 :: 3 P
BI5 fl tt 5t p..................... 0 tAmtl.................... 6 P-5 as X.
S pa p........................ ..Oaks ................ ... a a -
S P ...... .... ll ed ........... .....

S..... .. ... ...... .... .......
Sal.s p..... ...... SUi te..........1......

4 a . p..................... S t o n ..................... a
S....... .......... ... l ran..................... p r
Sp....................t. l ied..ale............ .. a p'0..
lai&llt-l"F.................... ol it;................... 0 a a
I s B P.............. j s -a

4 9' a- i P p_................ ianL........ 138 e5.

o 2..........*t ........ .... t Jias e r ........... ,
f . ..t s P...............o.F. o ton......... ... m ra.Ars 1 p O
.. ft :.. pus .....?.....a..... W e a ... . .ft 9. ..r 74 IS

............... 11p -
t 0
w ajkiorrd ........ 181 a a A 0n sit AA A-A

Through PuJman sleepoinr oar ,daily between al ly.
JacksOnville, Ma on, Atlanta, Chattanooga. un
$ashville and stltouis, Free reclining chair -- ._
oar betweet1 811shvi00e and St. Louln. anit* mB pl4 pIf Q I
thrOuNh Pullman sleeping oar daily between
Nasbhvile and O lsano. This is the only double
traol line between Chibeao and the Ohio i iiS l
lver. ors s ful partioulars, tickets and patmph- U.. t kr ps, p
lets address .0 P- N
FRED D. MILLER, T. P. A. i e r Tm* 9b howbt
No. 1 Brown BIdg., Atlanta, tGa. deo e c" l ompany hold. I"



Via L. & N.R. B.

FIrst-elatt- round trip tickets from
Gaineoville on sale July 81 to August.
183 corresponding rate from other
points. Tickets good ging one route
and returnuing another. Favorable
stop-over arrangements. Final limit
October 15. -
Round trip rates to several points
West and Northwest.
For full information' address
J. M. FLEIIN(. Fia. IPaa. Agt.
206aW. BeSt.. t-kscnvlle, Fl.


Excursion to


July B, 190f3 + Thre
hssL' Lmit

m& Sa ?S-. ,U .I'S

pa a~

."" V; ..A ? i Is 'e" .wU"Ip I I." .4ur. V.ty Jo.... jKT.CL p14 J N 17 __ I No.l18 i No. 20 NO.22 No. -N6.2li
i ATPOlT Da. T Dly S and
D 3Ry BAN ex8un Dally- Daily. Dallyr. unday
as s5aW&5...._ham ,i_ m ..Araco a 4o 0 a Id OOr 0 cop
MS 4S0 : Ja Arm wile. a5 a dt 5p a 690 p0 l2p
9 00 6 i *.- ble d L* IT s 2(1s 8 2 a 1 p8
e,1 0S .....b ...Lv ie 55v.PIS.1$ PSU P
10 14a1r..Ahaatio Iak..LTs V3a al 768 Kl 16 p SJ pa g
Is 0 a r......Kaypr.....L. 0 aa 7 t 0 n 13 pS p
the tlmnes awhliL trains may be einectedto arrive and depart
tklr arrival or departure at the times stated Ia not guaranteed.
wIt reaponadble for any delay or any oonsequeucaie iiig thler*-

SOUTH SouNo. _1 N ON.4 o ~ oW
Wamt s rat.uThur ............... ..... L r.. ... .?...... lr1nr13 On'n
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w W ula ..................10 0 o K yo.. ... : 1: SI a
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For espy of TiE l Tim Car or oth. iforaton i-.esn ary A 4n
4. D. RA.I A1 t. Gon. Pass. Int., ST. AVGU OtSIl IFPLA.

G roH:tt.o,

Underneath the Aragon Hotel, Forsth at., bew een '
Julia and Hogam), Jacksonvile, Fla.

Headquarters for 66, Echo Spr s, Wilon, ter,
Cnadian ClUb, guaranteed 6-yearold whiskie0
66 ..... . ...... .$1.50 per quartkor $ 00 per gal
o p.g ....... ..,.. 150 5 00 .
Win ...... ........ 4 quarts for 5.00
Mail orders a specialty. Write for price it OD
other goods and call on me when in the uity,
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p e an Pwand Peanut
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ta"' "s *Close.


:Shouldbe Soldqfrn bbath, and Drug
-Stores ShoutlA16b' confined to Four
Hours a OD t~ QOlpense Medicine.
A Stirring Trks
"If we are iojp tb"have a religious
town-and the L& knows we need
it-let us have religibus town right-
a religious to i thoroughly, and not
showw partiality .tbone at the expense
of another' . -
This was the 'tark made from the
pulpit of the First Baptist church Sun-
day evening by Rev; J. B. Holley, pas-
tor of the church, at the conclusion of
an interesting and stirring sermon
preached to a union congregation by
iRev. Thomas' .' Hay of the First
r presbyterian church, upon the same
S'"I'll tell yoe,, brothers, it, is not.
-right that some roerchants close their
places of business on the Sabbath day
and others are peVrmitted to go on.
,selling their warea,, without interfer-
oence from a Ohristian and God-fearing
.people. SimAply because a man keeps
some fruit and carsas and candy, and
<,perhaps dispenses drinks from a soda
fountain, Othere is no just reason, why
b he should not be compelled to close on
'the Sabbath, for these things are
worldly and not necessary to life."
Ptoceeding further Mr. lolley
stated that he disapproved the sale of
anything on the Sabbath which was
(not absolutely the necessities of life,
and he took occasion to pay the drug-
| stores his compliments for the han-
dling of cigars and other unnecessary
Articles on the Sabbath. "I believe
that even the drug stores should be
' limited toJtAr hours a day on Sunday,
and that ese' four houts should be
devoted t nothing but the compound-
ing of pr scriptions and the sale of
medic' 4,
Mt Holl a tdiI his hearers to in-
fluence the Otty Council in the matter
,of passing an ordinance to prohibit the
sale of' any article other than the
; necessities of life on Sunday.

iAnnie Pinkney hnd Others Arraigned
Upon a Charge of Trespass.
Judge Mason's court was occupied a
greater part of the day yesterday in the
hearing of the testimony of the case of
Btate of Florida' vs. Annie Pinkney et
al. upon a charge of trespass upon the
property of 0. B. Williams.
The case is being tried by a jury
comprising L. L. Hill, A. L. Daugh-
trey, J.G.Harrold,J. A. Beall, J. F.
P. Johnston and J. 0. McGrew.
After hearing a greater part of the
Evidence the jury- was discharged un-
til 9 o'clock this. morning, when the
case will be resumed.
In the case of State vs. W. M. Thom-1
,selling whiskey in violation of thei
'rh, the hearing was postponed until
Aug ikt, and the defendent placed
under a bond of $8o0.
Thomas was conducting a saloon at
Bell when the county was voted dry.
E. F. S. Catalogue.
P I rof. J. M. Guilliams has received
from the printer tho catalogue of East
Florida Seminary for the season 1~0 -3. It is from the press of E. (o.
Painter& {Co., DeLand, and is one of
: the neateft catalogues it has been
,our pleasure to see. Thevdluman is
complete, containing the catalogue
of the seasons juot closed, together
with announcements for 1903-4,
and a roster of' the faculty for these
terms, the names of the members of
the board of tlailstees, executive cornm-
taittee and board of visitors. Col.
G(u il1iamr" is to beg'ongratulated upon
the corn pletene-,of the work.
Cholert Infantum.
This has log been regarded as one

of the moot dange'oumk and fatal dis-
eases to which infant* are subject. It
can be cured' hl-wever when properly
treated. .& ti-ht I necessary is to
i've Chamberl$)u Colico Cholera and
Diarrhoea R, amd 6" 8ator oil, as
directed wih bottle, and a cure>
is 'e-rLain. ." taJl by all druggists
and medicine 4eelf .
Examilnaton postponed.
The comp ltgl l Aination for a
.e holarship *a$"'lte *Normal at
DeFulni&k f rb^ was to hove
befm- he'B n th," If been
sponq4 L Augus-t
due noti iven in
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Convict Bill, s Carried Over Until


Atlanta, July 25 -The whole con-
vict question goes over until Tues-
day of next week. This time the res-
Olution lUotploing the que, tior came
from Mr. i.ed, of Taylor. the author
o thile bill now before the house, and
Ir. Fhldeh' of 13il,. leader of the op-
poSitioll radiNy assented.
onI r'1. St, l'tlso [for postponing
conisidertit o1i the 10lu'stion was the
aseLnte of ilmany L nui'rs of the
house li i. thuht the question
sticitill !)(t i, l. ed libefore as full a
ho sa, it. it i. i le to have, though
he s I l, wling, for a vote tO
be ta;, ii ,i: t 'mi, it ,h' house dlem ire. I
it 111 ic 'iL., tllit ats ilassedl without
tIject : Lil n the sitb.U ites ani
aln i l i 1., < r '4. ere lthe h" .. !.i ) tlb l h ;llt'iilh <-rs.
'h1, 1 StM, iil an an lielitnl Ie ts will
b,' ti,.i: '" 'T l'iui ,lity irnneldiately af-
t(-r 'it, i :i1. ot IhI, journal, and un.
dI l'r h1-.' I'l- L' n11 ti th debate( will be
' -ii i ',! ai I h oclitk.. k, whoien the ltlre-
vin s \nt, t' lt h i' l lil nld alleu' ilipvnts will
bo <')i'liilu itd Iforte l o'clock. The
indti ntioii.' ;n>, tlvirefore, that the
( f;llIvi' t ([ILA 'i(In will 10 sott.led so far
as1 tiw. lti' ,-t' i, t't(o ertiilI ou Tuus'
In the Si nate.
Tihen st tii.. |ias5'il tiln linolio ly tho
b till an ti' i:. thi l charter of the city
of At lfaLt;! i ill r t to the election
(;t niuitii(r.; of I hie Iolic'< board, and
r( gul. tin4 It,,, t(rri (i of ltfice of memi-
hii :,s oi ti,. |t )o .,. 'lThis is the bill ,pre-
pared i y .!; cit.\y attorney upon in:
St IliL" hi ls ti l the council.
( ove'rioir Terrell yesterday sent to
the s 'ialte tilhe notinlilatin of lion. A.
1) dali, to he judge of the clty court
of lri-tinsw-Ick. "Tlis nomilinatIon puts
an e (d, it) ta lively Ith rte-co-rn red coit.
te t t!iit Ihiis I rin wage(il witt Judge
Gale,1 lim. ( ourt!and Sy-niMIes and
lion. 1) I Matn-or as tho aspirants.
The contest t lias attracted much tn-
ter(,st In tilrnswic k.
lie s at(, i is well up with its work.
Ye'stort ay it passed the bill of Senator
Smith. glvilng street railroad. compa.
nies the authority to take upll and re-
movte their tracks, by perrmission of
the city authorities where the line is
in the (o-itry outside the city.


Mexican Prospectors Said To Have
Beer Slain and Eaten.

Tucs on, Arlz.. July 27.-A party ot
ultniiign ini front l this ci< y returning
fro(n (Iuayamas, rK)ort the arrival of
a di1ta1 i'tient of Mexicans with six
I:risonerS' t fnii Titiuron island. The r
Indians atr charged with murder an!
cani rfilIaliu-m .
A plenty ol' M-xican ipropoectors who -

In 'th C.- r. t (,f kf ti- t ,ofn M 1 'IJS E->Nt -II., v- a l

Vordirt fr
.,t,. N T 'EL,
O tIi !'o r i0' Pa rt neil n r 81.In. (-. ilih twvill,. I'P

All, a, it l ho wish to dressi
l wi go) un hl sitaLthigly Io

N. B.-Marcus iEndel sells thi'l famoni4 "lth World," inane by Schlosa llros;. Co of Italtimore.
maama~. s _a an A



ii r. 1 A I' ,


'lot ion g-ila-tho

landed on their island two weeks ago
are sluid to have Ioen captured and WI4TfS CHEAM
killed ad,i partly ate ,'.,I y the In.ias.E R MU
'11be NI Mi-xicin gotvo-rntwnt !wnt a potl- aOHM S pVERMIFUCE
tivte txpI-d ti~m to the Island. Th diets had t w ith the Indlii and For 20 Ynears as Led a ors mde. iie
ac in rtoligtk thi .story from rluayamas, s a t
killed a niattir.- atid capturodr six. who, pe b- J ANK, F. eBAiLARDO '
are Iiowv in )t':-4-.>i at (;uiayarnas. j -- 't 'w-ft
lTh Innial.n aic .i eserlh,.d as large, F Jt" hy Iolyt i Bro ,. (a V i- *
si ong. ot i.rk complexion and' wear .... .... .. , . .
Iug iolg Lair
Made ... il G $S MEROHANT & 00
ade Ascent of Mt. Tacoma. I
ChitI ag, .July - A ltdispatch to The Rketailers and Jobber. in
TrAilnnit- froni Tel orna, Vash says H. 1

., w iv Staple and Fancy Grosanes,
r u't: ,, from an as, ont of M ount Ta.
,:, hils i. t first, ti o" u rals, ard Se n*fod Fertlllzier .
a the as,. ., Ii gs:-owrng more difficult SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. (JAINKVILLE. VLORIDA
vcry .r. "son( Highest market priw' paid for Chlrkehs. Eggs and other PrrtoueA

V/cman Prsiloner Recaptured. n A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oa, FPlor,r Bran, Mal,to Cotten ~ed MI
I otr Jury api f)l- Mrs allen and R W,. handle onj the VERY B18T goods at the LOW
?I.Kfw ... ap+ ja!' tr .'.t :,-" ,':-t.-.t t' claim bIng over -f.. -.ff.................. ... .. -' .. . . .. ...... .. ....
S -:,.1 .1 ..'r ':,.". within a tok made S-li JL .I D' D 18 Q.
.. ..a capi. to-day1
w ,/ ..... .-. -. d f Iub! rnKorea, a f o
r1',if a T H* HFF. DUTT )N & c

.'c 27 -- h Alabama ANESVILLE FLORIDA
rr. in h a . C
I o .r.-'i. trip fro
Cana ;. -"" tn w. l.eIGEST. PRIC PA tOv SFA ISLADl CO O
S-ati' r '* r a '.1 train foIr 1 sCOT th4t- ,,,i: Advance o ade. Warehouse shares fne. 1rni uffer
vrs, ; z tpe santa Fi. made by letter or v *. OO pO-
Hut', P Z7- L a. i J '! --Twele St?
r ,s,- t '" w-' t'eo fatally, to a
3wrck nt -4!t,, + ., ,td trNt a .
No. an it'PaCIIC. or
tBis cl-y .. c ....,., .;,., .., ..- .
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lir tu. ~AJJL. U7 u Ly f--'T" -M-- 4
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Southern Msc HOuase,


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ought 1 arU a Lot.. M o ld la ny|.
qu ilty.

GIot an ofaOur (taWoGs. ,

Baird Hardware Co.



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I I Ji:." 4

*W.?w. *wS

the- F%~t
ab~ove ehie

to a

! reman,
ylew^ 0*1
iere &l

to Imptove

b1y *orgotLss; the
p**"li; l'** nt per**s**.
w tth ': n jpeor.. hik
l t Ora e 0 '.6

tw#e yearsy g s te
.I6lOqWO leM t-
*oti. e'oig dclab that
l the dut :of ith enlis, :b
iully the uthey -of the. church to
La's this mcost momentous of gues
s heo. third paragraph Ot the.
$be b(egans with this e n'phatio .ea-
Il,.ail agree, and there an be no
J t whate~V y, that tomse remedy
I todtit fol tthe misery Wad
dieas kwhth preb :o heavily at
aot the large majority 6f
typoor,-' ,. *J- ..
9ibs said today co..cernng the
I AIsthrbution of wealth,. which-
Stliee and revolutionaryy. The
omrei: gtatort1alksof 'wai e
.i 4and oipme will ,isayy that kuch
ught to be suppressed as oalco;
Sto thee wo of the ope
S^ tl numbaner of vefry snhb men
h Bepor a i ke'o tie better .in
"The spiit of this lS-ttter gives ample
cpoourageanent o Hose who trould to
hbeae soofte y i t,0 i l i n.ot be
peOaible for rNiokl toei and masters.' to
cs the language of the .o es*W
erse pressure tp the *aan to1 ga." n
icthe i nd d 'cftbe destlitste,
io take ones prol 0o t ,:otbph 4i
is true that in this letter the
failed to disoriMatitUe ikrea
*etriuies of ,oolaltlssand stsgles
was because, o these f 't-
a of the uiugle tax uanve1ens
nry (George wrote an op5p 1tb
he Pope,s getting forth In a
p4 tforeful way the olatls ofI
p ofpolitieal economy, ".
I not wanting evidence hA.
-I*m led,".mo dthis his viewe
1 :tax tnoveimentl.The man.
4in erro after new lbght:
f-teim saeriftoes truth to
w ae." A great- man Will
mataind ion oeooalon. This
n) u1,4 haveo doe. This
H~tti^ ttn~htofof to.

thooght of the ts6 dhe lr
As gretiig to the ew 9P may
w npt;tret thoewo th whteh
enry George "aloed his-,letter to
10%::._ .. A&;; '. ... ;.;

Sorf your title. in yopm hanis,
oree s thi in, those of any .iting man,
,t the .powero Say the word'.and
ke tlhe sign *th*at shall end st an unab
i 'k dlvore, i"4.iarry again to ell-
L A :, .i .... "., '' .4*n .
n lt t"ha v tpure and in soial

'SteamiShip CRipanies at Outs"
au J:'lfancisc0o, July 27.-The Exam.
ier sayra thit the Pacific Mall com.
Spnny has tnade an. offer to, one of ita
-l asttor.. it hd. recently "lost in .con'
it i eni between the big steamship conmpa.
"tes plying botWeon this port and the
Or'ient to ceept 60 per cent less than
ita formr- charges it, the business ot
the .rirt were ret d to. It.
Ovpeh hostilities have been declared
between the PaeIflc Mail comipanY anid
the Oblai* Commerelal Steambehp com.
pany ea1d heavy, reductions in frel-ght
charge lhav.e -resulted. At first a de.
.cresae of 20 per Oent was announced.
.i. the PaCifio Mall com pany, then a
little later 45 per cent ,"sAd finally
Oomes tho alleged offer to accept
treight ata cut of 60 per cent owing
to the sopnmetition of the new line.
All Drugliats. "aid Medicine Dealers
Will Buy It Back.
You asumth. no riak when you buy
Ohamberlain's Oollo, Oholera and
Diarhoea Remo4y. All druggists and
ineione' doelead will refund yoar
mo.ey If yofi-are not satlfid after
using It. It is everywhlerea'sdmltted to
be the most suooesfful remedy in use
ftor bowel complaints and the only one-
that ,ever fa**lls. 1 I pleasant, safe
ald reliable.
Q' ame br a Prisoner.
Deputy Bheriff W. W4 Rartaon of
*Mioi, Santa ~oa county. was In the
'Aity Mo0day. He' camp.o Bill.
Bey, alias William Williams who
has beei teTving aY two month aen-
t e45 In this county, having been aen.
tenue4 ha- juatlowO ts for t aney
Olor Harrison stated thatWiwlami
is wanted in Sant 1tos ounty upon a
ohra of burglary. After being ar-
Sc 0 aoo ade 4 in eMbiag from
the r and was nese appseulemied
unt a in this county upon the

In the Wet flor.-
lila la, f
U%4* thchg Pfl**..
' w.'R. ist

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r, the.


conviction o-i

the parties who orininted anri
irtn4 tlted, the rmor that" orce Food
ontitin ed drugs or othe in jurou, m-
or., ro r- n:.

$5,000. additional will be paid to

44yone proving that "Force" does; or
ever 4id contain an drug or other in-
juiriui or unIhealth ul ingredient, being

-cornmpOsed sol0ly of Wheat and Barley,
with a seasoning of table salt, steam
eCooked, flaked, and roasted.
the *. Do us the justice, if you question

the absolute purity or healthfulness of
"Force,"to send a package to the Health
Department of your city for analysis.

The "FORCE" Food

B"aosso, June 25,1908.
a bA Jbr" ibod .CbnVOn F, r t Ao, N. r..
G*a.VllMXWA--Arumor having reached me that your
p iodu" OROCE, contained ij urious Ingredients,
ttool ae occasion to analyse it, in the Interest of
y ow family a of ome friends who are liberal
WmA'y interest you to' know that I foun4 It con-
ssted lively of Whole Wheat, Barley and Salt,
.W.t iso olutaly free fronm any Injurious elements
Permit me to express my sincere regret that such
a serioa ad baseless rumor shoulT gain footing
with."th e bie.
o ., Jr r to se thts letter ina ny way that will

."hlp to d you pro ad an the pro.e whh
i into tBoe o .June89.19M8.
Ib hAom Av Jfot af m
A tbIi tisat ow of he R F *OO u Food Cofs.
,oyat uSa l, Ia wthav aI avo their Mil l and made
a ckedt examoneatiou of the materials terom which

o Ino 1 Itews tepd, An the proeesa which

.eq I oft into Dt t .o er cu
wat y mas a ,A wito eeraste, Pia.0 Wu of
WMubk tal ofj wit a 41 fthell ofeatives.
A wete ao the oati aete thaefwteperBaed
*=aod b#, in without wex gn cta
u ac daily aup rsedr the entire outpt and that

-KE UWDK au* Lt.x&#g 0! VuniDA.
:::Ko^tab^9|tl iht vMto* Jania.


eulKeal CLjbtor ,
Ulversity of Buffalo,
H,, 8r4T M.HILL, PH. 0..,
Au.( CAafuu~ and A40a.ytV.
June 28, 1909.
Th "oForce" 1bof Company, hffalo, N. Y.:
GONTLBMxU-In view of the rumors regarding the
alleged Adulteration of FORCE," it has been a
satisfaction to me to visit your Mils, investigate, and
analyze your product.
You are free to publish this statement made over
my signature, that I found FORCE to be abso-
lutely pure, consisting solely of Whole Wheat and
Bartey, lavoird with table Balt, and free from any
Injurious substance whatever:
I exanftned, Indetal, the various steps in the man-
ufacture of your product, such as the steam cooking,
the fliking.and the roasting as well as the packhi.,
and fiBd all to be re rkably clean aid of absolute
healthfulness. The final roasting done at a too.-
peure above 300 F., which, withthhe steam eook
-n g, competely aterUames the, product, and the entire
process, from the irst step to the final seaiUng of the
package Is .a mechanical one, the product at no Ume.
comingIn contact with theo hand. or clothing of Ut"
perans handlg fte abines or pack .
Chenit to the Cty of Bul.

8ee p 148 of Cerea d geaktast Foed.," BlDue
i tn No, of the Maine xperiueat Stato e, a State
Inslttu"ton, which ha. ana ayed 1 O4EC" with
oter food in the publa Iiit.
SB et b i or oo
S i.r%0a to Cafadten Goemient )Buletn 84 on
iaubS p e ad Na- tor. analysis showing
acE con solelyof the moat whole-
somex ad nutritouo mInareentsm *
Any inquiries eoeij this object wilbecheer-
MI THE b 9" OOD A .T
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Atkt* at ne Way
ine 'Railroad
Col l .1 in one way
tebl alnd Missis.
1atel oincindati, 0.,
10le, Ind., Pa-,
4crt t. Louis, Mo.,
i in basing rates
3 i (tickets not to
2198 proper),p for
Units inf tOhe line. of the
nFrisco t i ephis to Kansas
c a8y),to in~ prl points in Floep-
Sa 4 l, cated on this
system, o Ioi thile company firms
Spartof asasoized ticketing route,
t fonlOt1n1 rte under conditions
Hreat.bQei~I19f-t the standard one-
wy fat'e d plti o o. t e
Dates of l, ,--March ,8 and 17, 1903;
April 7 andto1,{ 1j8, M1ay 5 and e If
1908; 4uneg j 2 d10, 1908; July 7 Mid
21; 1908;Auglu t4 ahfd 18, 1903; Sep-
tember -a1n& '-- 19b08 ; October 4 and
-20. 190. Nov er 8 and 17, 1903,
i io passage.,
ondlia otltact apdd each cou-
ponof ticilctin be faced "second-
class, not ..in parlor or sleeping
cars, a -
Here ar Iete qf the staple crops of
the diferet I ;L tions of this territory:
All v8 1 btpb .- and small fruits,
eachei, I ps, figs, oranges,
pineal1pIes;._ grapefruit, watermruelons,
citrus ad ther 'fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and 0other grains,, tobacco, cotton,
pean u tS,;h4y., Iee.
The poteH of the Atlantic Coast Line
is.to foster ll developments along its
.It clafis :that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides ever facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard prodl ucts to tle
northern markets in the best possible
condition, ti shortest time, and at low-
est rates, .
In nO p*t of the country is there a
greater abtldanee of game and fish
than onItii line.
Northe -frmers are invited to
write for i oration in detail about
the terri y of the Atlaptic Coast
I res Sciatica.
U y j L. L. D., Cuba,
'ew York, writes: "After fifteen
days of excruciating pain from sciatic
rheumatism, under various treatments,
I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
Liniment, the first application giving
mny first relief, and the second, entire
relief. I can give it unqualified re.c-
omniendation. 25c, 50c and $1.00 at
Johnson Bros;
One-Wayd Settlers' and Round-Trip
S Home a Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
arranged the following attractive rates
| to Manatee, Sraidntown, Ellenton and
Barasota, Fla:
From Ohio River Gateways.
One-way -setlers' tickets endorsed
second class, .ot good in parlor or
sleeping cars, to be sold to all points
on the U, &'W. I.ER. R. and S.S.
line at.rates based one-half of the
t-class limited fare, plus $2.00).
e| ets will be sold on the first and
Third SebadAysof each month, to tand
Including Novemtber17thb, 1908.
Home seekers' excursion tickets to
Parrish, Ellenton, N|metto, Braidcn-
town, Manatee, oneoo and Sarasota

be sold on the firet and third Tuesdays
of each month, twand including No-
vember 17th, .9Clwith final lim t

Tickets will eiood to stop-over on
Seaboard Ait'.Ltne uailway en route on
going journe within fifteen-day

transit limit.
The Se a ooa Air Line railway.
have issued se.o, e very attractive ad-
*vertising atter vering these rate,
which is benig dstrlbuted extensively
Through the orth, East and North-

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at the bank."-Washingtou Star. -
ulJ Habltuol netileence in sue t t hrntnaturl
Reporter (in vestibhle)--ls it true that fO-tirrtat.iono.s r l"rations
Mr. Gotrox has just died? i toatt. t nee UsR o tbri.
=..i te.Ila he "i olei, a nid nut astrin-
Butler (cautiously)- It In, but he had EvAsH AL g ent or poisonous.
nothing to say for puhblintlon.-Puck. WbATIft sent by OWs1wMsU .
----____-____ p 'B^ ^^H S prob 'a'.id o for
Stammering men are four times a carl.rseot @% .0.
numerous Its stammunering women.
All Arrannged.
Mannger-W lhen you come to that .
line wait for the appliuse.t"
Actor-How do you know there will
be :.pphause? -
Matinager-That in my business, not
yours. t*4ro n l,ftlea 1 i(ow stlitiMtif
f rere, ij n 1, in. I,1 o I ha d
A Faillre., ow He-,fro
"See here, young man!" said the min- A
ister. "You never paid me that fee for
marrying you."
"Ypu're mighty lucky I haven't sued
you for daniages."-London Tit-Bits.

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Doms"tic: Troubles.
It is exep|to'o- io % lnd a family
where there. o domestic rupb res
o4asional j bies ain be lessened
New Life Pills
4ub -they- Uvr y
their grea tomach and liver
troubles. hey if onlhy relieve you,
bti toure. t all d SaM ts.
Summer TOlfIt t Ve Via Atlantic
Li Line.'
Ticket. as Mi al4 e :i$AW the above
p opula roA to t principal summer
|ts 1i te.ijtltprli h e r Tick-
eta are Until October
gist, 19,o er privi-

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A test as to the value" of newa'
paper advertising over other
methods was made a year ago
by the great publishing bouse of
Harper & Bros. Two books were
selected, one by a well known
popular author and the other by
an unknown writer. The latter
was selected for the newspaper
advertising and the other ftotU

Wihb *0qma *.e wMdire **to
work Bd r. &*.*wpdAre e.c 0tr01ppe4
other Im *ales by **-
The realt was a O o8nit Wet O
praise and stablmbhe thO tact
that readers go to the xewpa-
per for tnformstlo with regad
to books as well as with rega
to me0t otber tterat --aS t Bld

for Wy lMr 9i 6 tam Sam
*bk bw so w t-
ef oafl* so two..

R ATES ItEKA80NA lLE.' Theffin ot
f rth And *alt i at er t hing to be hb9
in Florida. reIsh and.h4, wat 44r th


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KESTN BRU* f^^^^nK^i^M^^fIT,'

Assassinaton Occurs at Huntingdom )R. JN H. ALDERMAN,
Over Domestic Affairs, D Ei T-IB 'r.
Nashvltle, Tenn., July 27.-A special (Suce toSr te sler& Aldermant
to The Banner from Huntingdon, says: Over Du$$on & Oo's Bal k. Gl asRolo
J. L. Butler was assassinated last SimeralattentioSf nOrownandBrida ework.
night, and suspicion rests upon John Phoae T.-&
W. Smithson, as being the guilty parn RDON
ty. Smithson was a tenant on the
But:er farm, and thet.killing is the Ty DeaTST.-
suit of troubkt over domestic affairs
lSmuthsoi vas recently married to at Graua BaltiorollOere DetISuraw
oun n ive years' experiteae to New York City.
young Nwcn, an.id Is alleged to have. Crown,BridGr worm and Fillin Se".otIleI.
wife an_ t.:: 'y living in Arkansas. | AL. WOKGAOANTUATdi'
Butler wv. in trouble several years- OrTC1irm NDaL>CK. GAIanITViLxU., r.LA
ao l'.i mn n.med Mlooy J. DE EY
but was .,:!t ,..I. Both men are.,I DMPEY"
prolinnt a: i..'y connected, and FURtITURE R PAIRtD
the i i'i:, ,2 I,,:.. .-; l e groat excite. ,aid Made New.
meant. :. :.,: .' been place LOOKING GLASSICS Rk-SILVEREp.
on t tIC I, .. ..-.s. We buy orSl rniture, or can ooattoo
with you on Wit.Oh laston baists. Patrontge
J 40 1 4o3o 0e a n a a s t s do n a l wv a y s .
Von .,-. i.-;,. -:: orr.i:il i ri-ecting oo. U. WA I.I'A sAMUL T. SRATLO
popu0) lll ar l4t( ,.. o; n it-'';l su.bje ts.e .
A. tn t:il, \,,:,,,..... t is i.y b" b'"" eWALKER & SHAYLOR
found iii C". ,V '..'iw V. (It IiW OJ
rnchui ti 1.,l ti;. ixi,,. ,f "'e',iitt-.1- ATTORIN1I YS-AT-I.. IV,
orn errIor.r. ,,inting,. it o.n ;y t' ,ro,, Jacksonville, Florida
the year 17T2,. l ;t \\-ili p .',, 4-8 *
after LIvtoisier l itn! exd in:1 tin., ri I ____ l
-nature of 1!re, which \Xa i liet tI CAF E BIVEDERE,
time piut forw'Nrr. wvilli A,i li'.,s t i CA IE. ..Bh EDRR.
defense of perlsons on tri.i l 1w WI'r VM SCHII-.LCH. proprietor.
and- recelved its lit 1 iti ul' lt I'rlli 132 W. Forcythst., Jatcksonville, Fla.
Charles Dickens. His stiul( es III tlils oppositc Postoffice.
direction throws a pleasant lit :it on i-
the progress of civilization. O e. w(- Best diinn place in city. Fine
ders what would have been the fate of Wines, Liquors aund Cigars.
Von Llebig had he opposed hlillself to
such an error in the sixteouth century THE.WEStr END,
when Kepler oenid only save ils nmoth-
er front going to the stake for witch- FINE \WINLES, LIQUORS & OIGARS
craft by satisfying her judges that she J tIN MENZLES, Proprietor.
possessed none of the signs essential 919-SIA W. Unyt at., JaoksonvtllU,
to a witch. In those days Kepler dkid
not dare to say that there were no Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
such things as witches.-WV. A. Shen- fail to ca1r ot tlle w hen lit Jacksonville
stone in Cornhill Magazine. HEN IN JACKSONVILLE
'nme. ---Visit the---
"Why don't you try to write you THE CRYSL SALOON AND nROw
nane on the scroll of fame?" (I ARDEN.
"My friend," said Senator Sorghum AI UENo
very earnestly. "I lave never yet seen The best liquors in the city. lnter-
anylbody tearing leaflets out of the tainment every night at Roof Garden
scroll of fame and getting them cashed Theatre.


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1Amil#'4 of ev. satnu e oirt
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4.0l,'sripin~ e .. f has.te-
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p t6 i an oerpoits' on a
Ilm| '|oTusay,^' *8,:-only' *lt25+

Unlfamily of Rev. .W.t Wayfor
^^ ^tljt.r wks'i *Friends wishheor
o'usar.n, s...o...r '
aall 'r..,L +. .'tmplI of Starke
c i ..ty,ithe guests .f OFpt. and"
BtoGrew.+,, Their nmorous
1' b"b pleased 'to ]e.rn .that

ila. the bow i and .reve

0i4 ciyiyaesterday HIoame for An-
i*;4w .w:.ho'- was -arr.ted. by
Sheriff 'bheeves 8aturday upon
$ i'roh Marion. countyy pon qa
t. desrting h. h isfe .
tillm. oldhatm ahd daughters 'eX-
11 1 oomakehelrdepa'rure today for
SIt is .uderstood.that the la-
Will make'hI o South Florida me.
tpblli. thelr -tfuture home, but Mr.-
m expeas to return In about
t*i .. 0". ': a .
1. lservie to Tampa over Sea -
Air Line on the .21th lns. Sp.-
M +tlintwill letve Gatnesille at
l ijim+ *connecting at 0Waldo and
~ l n Tampa at 6 o'olodk p. m.,
l $1 16 ay. Th last excursion of the
ot the South Florldacity..
6,not beo like a bump onua log. Do
"fbe olsased as a 4tlb or lobster by,
g of Kalola aunkindly--aayitg
jnug. o you oannotip owve--bt join. the
vi: who lhtcvO tried Kalola and found
-" the fnet prreparato fort A ludli
Ii [ toi.tho sufering puble, +
!The' elegant resdenoce of T. W.
:.Bshads,. *Uich has been under ooureo
5of fqonstruetion for the past few weeks
'.On Roper avenue, East Gainesville,o Is
. rapidly nearing oompletibn. It will be
Sa eoomnmodious str u0u re;r modern in
e.^every particular, atdwill be an ornate
San:ent to that seotion f the city.
iJud e Horatio D)avis departed yes-
I6rday for Virginia, where, in the il-
I" nltty of Lynchburg, he proposes to
Fi- the remainder of the heated
tlrm. Judge Davis has beeu ~nflned
gularly to his oIfoe for the pait few
iths, and tihe change will likely
0~oe of great benefit to him.. At
lhis .friends hope that he will be
neteid in every way.
"Oountil,-which haspltoed-
I on record for the frequency of
SmeetingB in an. endeavor to estab-
N O e .boundary lines on South Uni-
ty street, p artlcipatcd in a speotal
ra.tfion yesterday thich will likely
fthe last for'this purpose, a bound-
'" having been established. The
I^ l lu involved the erection of the
,lto %wfoMt& If avit' stable

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V%'V' g .I dtay t I eLatelandsae .-

Ila t veOw.
ai i. E .Fotet," one of the leading mie-
I: l'' lat of s.ali was transafcting
-. ,.bslbusiness tli thi city yesterday. .
.. C. + +..oTe the 0lev1 district. paA-
.I It, *4' 'enger age ": of the Atlantic 'io0w,
S . .'Linp ith adtuartersl n Tampa,.wa
leth" e city yetriday. .
S...g on Thefri!d., of Frank LaFomtipee will
wa n belparn'd thrn at he hasreco-
n *' a .o ered fromni ease of fever, which con-.
e aS .d 1 ,dhi.ito .i r m ,oom .the past te .
4''rl^ Ott o'f, r '," f "S .....I
FNltC h Spr JagOas Lovelace, oA they compos-
where he itors on MThe Sun, d yesterday
Sforhi old. home 'at Brewton, Ala.,
04krMs8on4 i where he willY spend a month among
ior, '. friend and 4 natives.!
#.jW r oper. W The friendsof Mrs. to F. MeKinstry,
stirof be Ap the bust- J'.wil1-be ratifiedd to learn hat she
s vlistorl s" 1 .t 10 ity etorday. Is rapidly recovering from an tindispo-
le nt i rooms for sitionwhih.i has confined her to her
dyon up. ooi efor several days
tbywn House. ,-'. L. Zell of Birmingham. Ala.,
L k T+ Oo 'I e, t rom wa -in aflr a brieft'buiness trip to this city,
th e et.d-y.le ilel at The ha iieturned to ilIs home. He is a rep-
0S4 offoe renwed his subscrip-+ resentattve of the Bi'iningham Iron'
ton. '' Company, one'o the largest plants of
,4. ~.' -"s. (.' 11"Wimloy de- the kind.in'theSouth. ... ...,
tie0,. Pdt0 ss Anne, .' Pon't forget the' excursion. tqo White
M ''lllspn threo Sprige la 0aInesville & Gulf railway
tl-di o t he tio.+0 `0i t .i Tuedsday, JTly 28th. Leave Gainesville
O)tstop ar 3Mtheso* returned yes- 45a. m. TiOkets good('returnlng un-
4y,'fr 3ol' Sprlngsiwhere.Sun. til Jnly '815t. An excellent oppor-
d eei he ed an engagement tuity 0to viatl the famous 'Swannee
t thP bt.l r 0h r1oh]- Rive'r resort 'Fare, only $.25 round
ion,\' Gore aK^ Robnon- of cala, trip. ,'. .
after f rip to this Jay +on bosi- James Holder, the merchant and
ts!s oQnnedotd with lhe cott on depart- resta irant man of Rochelle, was anong
.e-nt of 0Dtton & Co., returned to his the visitors to this city yesterday. Mr.
home yesterday. H. older is also chairman of the b6ard
e Amerian Oi and ofschool trustrees of the Roohelle
0hemI.al company bids' ,to furnish district, and came on business con-
two unred cords pine wood eakch nected with the Board of Public In-
,oMpth (for a oriod of one year. For Btruction.
.speomcioations 'seeEIBaird.. d2taw-wtf
.e0uren to' White Springs over .The handsome residence being ereot-
ae nd Gulf rai~nadgTuesday, e y P Carter, Roper avenue,
Jul'28. 'Leave Gtneeville 645'a. m Est, is asisumning the proportions of
Ticket good returning u to and mpletlort" .It will be one of the
ludingJuly 81. Fare, to and trinp handsoest and "most modern homes
"lding July 8_. Fare, .rouOd trip, of that section and the owner will
only 1. -. d have just cause to feel proud of his
Mrs. t. X.. Stritgrellow departed new possession,
Sutiday for Jacksonville, from' whence
she atled on the Clyde litnesteamship B. Bowers a d4sister, Miss Eddie
Arapahoe for New York. She expects Sue, ofBartow, after a pleasant visit
laospe.nd the. remainder of the heated to friends In this city, returned to
term In thU Empire State. their home yesterday. They were ao-
Partles falling ro receive their pa accompanied as far as Rochelle by Miss
pers regularly would confer j. special Bessle olson. These young people
favor by notifying this office without made many friend here who will al-
delay. From this office tnly can these ways be glad to welCome them again.
itr6gularities be corrected, and it is a One of the warmest games of the
duty our subscribers owe us to notify season will be pulled off at the base-
us promptly. ball park this afternoon between the
T. O.Kenard of Waldo was in the Pets, Jr., and Judges, Jr. Tfe admis-
eityyeterd~y. Mr. Kennard.ho has son has'been played at ten cents for
beenaty yesooted ayi the livery busines alland it is to be hoped a large crowd
beewaspocratetoth. delivery business will be there. 'Batteries-Pets Jr,
atthat place with engage T. tenane for Newbern and ,lValer; Judges Jr.,
hitmelf,.the latter gentleman havingTaylor and Waace
decided to erect new stables. Hon. W. M. Holloway departed yes.
Partiosdesiring to visit Tampa and terday for Tallahassee. where he has
other points in South Florida should been honored by. appointment as a
avAIl themselves of the grand excour- member of the High School Commis-
agon whh. wlt b given to Tampa son. It will be the purpose of this
over the Seaboard Air Lne Wednesday,
the 29th inst. Tickets only $2,25, round commisalon to slecet and recommend a
trip, good return ingi n threedays. 1Ot. course of educational works to be used
Turner Brewer of the Kalola Corn- by the public schools throughout the
7-mado lbrietviait s14 to ,tld ye,- State. He may e abicntpeveral days
terday. Mr. alnd Ms, Brewer.expect Rev. T. P. Ha and family made
tp make their departure today for Val- their departure yesterday for Saluda,
dosta Ga., where they will remain for N. 0., where they'ezpect to recuperate
the next month. Their numerous for the next "few weeks. Mr. Hay de.
friends were glad of aa opportunity to sires to state that during his absence
Welooe them here again, if evn for the services willt continue as usual at
a ehort time. the First Presbyterian-.church, the
A handsome portrait, ftne oil finisheldrof the chrch eodtinR am
for 16'in trade, 'eustaoer to pay for Friends wish them a pleasant sbjourn.
the frme.-onet ol nveme Mis- Sadie Thomasf the efflitent
15th, and all those who' 'wlsh to avail Sadie Thoa, the efcient
thdselvaes of one at these handsome bookkeeper at theatorers of O'Donald
niotureo. valued at $0. mist call early. & Saunders, received a telegram roe-

Yifty-fve already Insthed and delif- terday from Thomasville, Ga., -i.n
S- every.f ooae mat tory. nouneing the -11aese of her mother.
O a o Miss Thomas departed last night via
aV.J B, Rolle of the Ft Bap- the Gainesville nd Gulf railway f o
tist qouaeoh departed yateVday for the bedside of the patient, and t is to
Oramond, here he wilbe the go1at of be hoped that sh'e ill find her greats
Mr. and Mrs. W.,N., Wilso-I- fti the .imp
next few days. mme tely a r h provedis
return to ts ty r. ouy- expots -Mrs Fohn- W.-Attel and' daughter,
to gO Oamdeu and other pota in Mrs. L. P. Wagoner, of Mobile, Ala..
South Oaroleina where he will spend departed yesterday for White Springs,
the imainder oI his annual ...aaion. where they will apend a +wk rcuper-
Th., i o, m m, atkg, Mrs. Wa met, it an extellint
from (_esvtleh to Ad- la d hsmy.and s ma friends here
lantie Ooaslt7 Thursda o who-will eri arrival of th. time
ot c 0S048e will e- a to by whei she s s.s- o re ,.t h =:'e she

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piaibe. Burglars EniteH
luet itizni of North Gaigvfe
Bliday I'ghzt when some one entEmf
,hu .'. Bukton, of
(4n~Illea h atf-pst 8 0Glock, Ylt/
witatver might come within his
' lrr axid Mrs. Burton retire early,' as
.h' would-be burglar probably knew.
HeO id not anticipate. however. the
presence of Josgeph Lynn, a relative of
MrKiBtrton, who boards at the place,
and it was Mr. Lynn's room which he!
first entered.
Mr. tynn states that he had just
returned from church at the little
North Gainesville hall, and had not
been in bed longer than ten minutes
when he heard smrne one turn the
knob and open thedoor. He arose im-
mediately, which frightened the man
away, but Mr. Lynn feels positive that
he Identified him.
A few weeks ago some one went to
the home and relieved Mr. Burton of
a sack of bran which occupied a posi-
tion on the piazza. It was probably
the same person who endeavored to
rob the hou-e Sunday night.
Repulsive Features.
Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces
and muddy complexion, which are so
common among women, especially
girls at a certain age,destroying beauty,
dlsffilqring and making repulsive, feat
tures.wlich would otherwise appear at-
traiotiveand refined, indicate that the
liver is out of order. An occasional
dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels,
regulate the liver and-so establish a
clear, healthy complexion. c -at
Johnson liros.
That Curse Called Rumor.
Between the incendiary who fires his
neighbor's barn in 'secret vengeance,
and the worthy who starts a "run" on
a bank with malicious gossip, there is
only a technical difference.
Gossip-with-i-purpose has too often
been' Used to stab character and to
wreck fortunes, and it is .a great pity
tle law cannot better reach those who
employ such intangible and insidious
methods to achieve their ends. %
Scarcely hny enterprise, or individ-
ual, no matter how deserving,, is- safe
from the subtfl dangers of the gossip-
monger, and human nature so loves a
morsel of such "news" that it can be
relied upon to "push along"'a rumor
when once it has been judiciously
A vivid illustration of the gross in-
justice such a rumor can do is seen in
the "Force" .Food Company's adver-
tilsenent of this date, wherein ar re-
ward of $5,000 is'oftered for the con-
victioa of the parties who initiated the
suggestion that "Force" was drugged.
A further offer of $5,000 for evidence
that a single package of the fifty mil-
lion sold contained anything except
wheat, barley and table salt is, of
course, a complete refutation of the
rumor, even if the State supervision of
foods was not in itself ample protec-
People who love fair play in busi-
ness, as well as in other matters, will
read with indignation that it has cost
The "Force" Food Company over
$50,000 to publish a refutation of this
"rumor" in the newspapers, of the
United States and Canada, and, prob-
ably, as much more so in loss of sales
resulting from the 'baseless gossip
which did the harm.
The absurdity of the rimor, is ap-
parent when it is known that the pub-'
lie has consumed fifty million pack-
ages of "Force" without a single in-
stance of any ill effect upon any one of
the users.
The "Force" Co. are evidently suf-
fering the usual penalty for success.
'For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua County:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
datef tor the office of.sheriff, subject to
the action of the next Democratic pri-
mary. If elected I promise to dli.
charge the'duties of the office to the
very beet of my ability, and I solicit
Sthe support of all voters at the polls.
Respectfully .



,We defy the wotid 0 produce a
eodieine for the: 's of all forms or
kidney and bladder troubles, and all
diseases peculiar to Women, that will
equal 8mith's S'uer ihey Cure.
Ninety-ehg-t per 'eent of the cases
treated with J.Sthit'Bs 'Sure Kidney
OCue that bhave come under our ob-
servation have been oured. We sell
our medicine on a positive guarantee,
if directions aIe followed, and money
will be refunded "fi cure is not effected.
Price 50 cents and $1.00. For sale
by Johnson Bros.


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

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



(118 E. UNION ST.)

Special Reductions in several
grades while the cards last.
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Attention. K. of P..
The regular weekly meeting of
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20, K. of P.,
will be held at the Oattle Hall ovrer
l1utton's'bank at 8 o'clock this even-
ing. There will be work in the rank of
Page. A full attendance I desired,
and visiting brothers will reaelve aeor-
dial welcome. R. T. ScAIpanr, 0. 0.
JAS. A. DAWSOtX K. of 1R. and 8.
Wonderful Nerve
.Is displayed by many a man enduring
pains of accidental outs, woond
bruises, burns, scalds, sore feet or stiff
joints. But there'a no ied for it.
Buklen's Arnica Salve will kill the
ain and cure the trouble. It's the
best salve on earth for pileS, too. 25c.
at all druggista.

. (South Side Square)
I~air Cutting. S Sh. ampool".
Hot and Cold Baths. Ftrst-olSaftwbrt
anioourteous attentIon.



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