Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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: 06 12, 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: VID02129
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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VOL. XX, NO. 103





People In East St. Louis Are
Thrown Into Panic.

Plve Thousand Persons Driven Frorr
Their Homes by Wild Rush of Wa.
tore-People Warned of Danger b)
Blowing of Steam Whistles.
Ot. Iouls, June 11.-The river thil-
worning reached a stage of 37.t feet
the highest point during the pircueil.t
flood. E4ast St. Louis, with a popular.
tion of 32,000, having large manuiac
turning Interests and the termiinai point
Sor railtoaods from the north, east andi
south, is partly under water and wil;
probably be totally submerged.
S Menaced From Three Sides.
The southern half of East St. Louis
to deeo In the flood and the city's 2.50(1
lev@e builders have fallen back oni
iMh1iaouri avenue In the attempt tc
save the remainder of the city, men.
soed -by swelling waters from three
aid-.. ,Broadway, the central east and
west thoroughfare, has been abandoned
to the flood. Lee Harper, former city
attorney, says the water will be 2 ferI
deep In front of the city hall before
6 o'clock this evening. Seve. miles
of water pressing from the south and
southeast overcame the city's line of
defense this morning and 5,000 .perx
sons were driven from their homes.
Nuinerous reports of drowning have
beMe received, buLt l.lI rIasl St. Louis
police have thus far learned noinames
of victims.
One thousand men were working or
the. levee when it hroke. Several
hours before the final break thry had
s,4the active assistance of hundreds ol
* ,iolmen and children. The break
SCt'erat thti St. LouIs Valley crogstnp
of the Illlnois Central embankment .2
miles south of the relay depot. While
as many men, women and1( children ai
could stand on tho embntliankdnlent were
packing sand haes to tho rails tro
prevent a break, t',wr r.esit) tn,.: c'nrrent
broke through the w-all epurted in rivulets in the fac( s ol
those who were carrying sand bags up
the bank. Bags thrown into thi open.
Wings by dozens of inin were tossed by
the waters like fe.athers.

Swam For Their Lives.
Then the workers fled from their
useless task and tlhe alarm was given
by the ringing of bells and blowing of
whistles Iv every part of the city. A
few of the workers In the embankf.
mtent remained at thaer poeta until tha
rushing waters made is q!eseary foe
them to swim for tbtir 1yeu Then
~4.hey joine;l their comnlpel*k In wean.
ing the residents of the thickly settlUd
dlatrict of their danger.
Arwakened families Mw. i t wat
In the streets. Wben they w4e ready
to leave with their hurriedly collected
stock of n leceasflte. the flood was;
at their doorallla. They fled to the
norta. The Washington m-hool was
zesrest point of safety. Many made
for the high ground ntar the Illino.9
Central tracks. Men from the Alta
8ItM ani, Denver side who had been
working on the abandoned Ihveo has-
t4ined to those localities to tell therl
: neighbors of their danger. 1Ev
tCry locomotive anri fa:tory
1l "whistle joined io the clamor of alamin
;'. The water is not expected to reach IU
Siel ,-n -the flooded parts of the- ity
befo6t noon. Mayor ,Parker predict
- that when the level Is reached the wa,
iter will be 2 feet higher that at Id
**elock this morning.
JUndfsmayed by the defeat which bas
ox in t ir seven days battle wlth
greater part of the lcvew
--ak to Broadway, where
decided to resist the
f hours ~Vurve)y of the
1ced those in charge
tls to try to keep tbh4
way and the flood
u pon Missouri arl ,
east from the Relay
Ie seues of the Os"
d s -the streets
into a d0ke

Ook to the

Sew ITr rI' nrs oeior'me r l)reaK in tnh
levee. Ned hRoberts.-a negro emtployed
as a levee builder, was kld!lol by nmem
bher of the levee patrol for attotupting
to trar down a portion of the dike
His &ct was caused, by anger becausti
h, was not allowed to draw his pay
at n(, "..
SAt o' lock tho water was threaten.
In'. the i ortlh 3ril cast sides, prepsr'rvtd(
teil)n':-arily by the Baltimore & Ohic
ra i' om l tpnanknm'nt, and had reach
ed to .)the viaduct only seven bloo -h
ea t a of the city hall. In this public;



Lives and Property Thought
to Ba Endungoie d. I

Turbulent Foreigners, Numbering 3,00C



House of Common% Extraordinary OD-
bate Causes Comment.
nl. .-Pr ile' lBt<. OF JETT AND WHITE
keynote of this morning's e.iltoriala ......
th 't 'r .'eory'.extraor Judge Redwine Overrules a
mons, anid n>,'h Ironlial comienit a 10Motion of Dfteonse.
inade on the tlguir of "oachl tr him-1r...-- -
selfr thia the 'nicainet o(uts. The Tory JA NMi1 HARGISO IS EXCLUDED.
Morntuing lost teserithe thhe setting a 6 -. -..-..
a "spot hwrredi" debate in which every Defense Wanted L.cading Spirit In

bn:! in f a foot and a half of wvatei Are on Strike at Morencia, and
]ht! :thi', ennlhe<-ted All low points Fearing Violonco, Acting-Governor
of feo( city are under water. WhenS toddard Calls For Troops.
the breok occurred, wanings wer Call o Toop.
fire: :nt through the city by rnessen' Washilngton, June 11.--A(tlin Adju-'
gvi; wxho d-isclharped firearms, blew tant-O crai lall has brd.utied the
hor:,s and1 shouted in stentorian toneo vorn an..ing l' ollicr of th6 ,Ispartnivr t
the news of the flood arrival Light of (Alorado to asnd tLroojs ;rinm Fort
gleo..nwm in i:ouscs where the occu Grant imnd kort Huacutuata tIo Morin.
pantz l.;ad c'onfldence In the embank- cLa, Ariz., at once, wit.i a dtliuscretl
cient. officer in coummaud to prt e'ct life and
Fight For Safety. property.
Persons s'untlly attired emerged 1-oe directs that violence be avoided
from thi'ir v'mos and in a few min. I possible, the action Q t.ho troops
uter the w' >le populace of the lom to bo governed by law i.t &uch eaaes.
Oilstri t n'tta ked, six miles in area, 'lk~h order I$ l.n reospoune to a tele-
'*ei- CIoing to higher ground. Al gr*ai to the prpaldent .~rom Aoting-
the noise of the approaching flood was Governor Stoddard of 4rizona, who
heard the flight, at first rapid, with stlte8 that 3,000 men, neatly foreign-
Pgme semblance of order, assumed a We, are on a strike at Mroticla.
panic stage. Al'l efforts to assure the
inhabhit-ant. that there was nsifMleci1 MISS RUTH HANN& WEDS.
tirre to escape unless a gap w was waib -...
e1 through the embankment failed to Deughter of Senotor U* ted In Mar.
convince them, and ruos&t of then lied riage to Joseph D. G1Cormick.
withi:>ut any effort to ave property Olevoland, 0., June 11. -I the pres.
Nlessengers werO sent to t.he main awce of a large and.dts lguKihOd as.
portion of the city telling oe th- dan.n emblago, Miiss Ruth HI llt, youngest
ger and the greatest excitement pre- d&pghter of Senator altI Mrs. M. A.
called. As the bottoms filled and. the I-lnt1a, was united In i '-lage to Mr.
rivor gained a larger entrance, the Josmph MedilI Mcormi L, of Ohleajto,
terror of the busilnesa section of th( at St. Paul's Epl.opao "church h'ru
city grew intense. It was all the at noon today. The dding party
greater because of the darkness andi entered the church pre, sly at noon
fear that while a guard was maintain-I and passed down the v nltvr alsle to
ft In one direction, the torrent would the altar. The ushers )preeodod the'
break through at another point and WaMIs. They wero How rd M. lHania~,
engulf the luckless inhabitants between or Cleveland, a cou0ila f the bride;
two floods. 13y the thousands theyI Joseph M. Patteraou, Of ChlMago, a
began tp desert tbhe t.,J)P B ran, CO.uIn o4 -grzm; euart Al rtpon
Vainly up and down the streets seek- Of zthicago; J. W, Beok, of New ChI.
lig a place of atuccor. 'ago; -Ernest MIner, of Cincinniatt
Refugees Scantily Clad. Jates arney, of New York; Wilian
Wtilliams, of Philadelphia, and MalB
Hundreds of families from tho chole cola Mclnride, of Cleviland. The
eft resldonce portions of the city car- maids approached the altar two by
rying trunks, grips. bundles of cloth, two. MI FlFloreNrI Co(,bb and M1(
ing and valuables egan to cr',ss- lnad' Mary 1Hopklns'son Waishlngton leading.
bridge toward St. Lou.ls. Most of ltiF i<>liowing were M \s t rlairs H{anna,
refugees were scantily clad. Stron of- Cleveland, a, cousin of the brid4,
men carried aged womni in their with Mi' AdelaIle hiarnllton, of Chli
arms. Barefooted children were In thw hago; Miss Virginia Johcinton, of Iitl. -
piroc.esaon which continued steadily1 burg, within Mie.' Franens Lewis n of
ovor the bridge. HIundreds of other.j lotlan d, Ore.; Miss iatra Mcilnily,
sought protection in the second stoiy of Pltt.burg, with Mis! Eleanor Pat-
of the public library building. As the; terson, of Chicago, a coosln of th water encrached about many dashed, groom.
through the shallow Q0verflnow to find; Theo maid tf honor wis Mis MAry
a more secure refuge. In terror of the McCurdy, of Clovelan i, eOusin of the
rising tide of water refugees In hun- bride.
&reds throUned the street, crowded the 'ho betrothal cor'rni ears, aad tMugiht putlbc official,., Ij rormed by ftishop W. A Lonardl as |
the city hl*U lone 500 homeless per- Snted by Dr. JHiings. of Oroton
sons with sgcat belongings as they &taa. Dr. Mcll 1, w, and Bev
had been able to seolz on short noitive. W, I J Jones, of thlls it
wmee assembled. ProvUisons for the ho mi.un which was w' ra;ri meriti
tLnr beluga wWre supplies them. was nider tho dirsrt!n of ofea iury : I
Busrnwes Suspended. Ptord, The church was duoI.corated with
Business ais totally suspended. The white ponl e, fV e i mmnise trees 6t
streets are filled with almost panic tho fl oweri 5fndlg In the t he.l,
Atricken inhabitants. Women with reaching to the top of Ihe wMindow.
c4lfd lgn in arms. men carrying house. The president and Mite RWoosevlt
hold tirniture, horse, doSe It rd oth.,i wer're sated. in the frovit pow on (tyn
remains of once comfortable doumemti i Hanna Wide of the i hur'ht. The o t
establ!ishmnients parad(o the stroreta eakmony waee followed ity a w-eddl 1
The ,common dtrn:tlon of all mov breakfast seivl at. Othnore'as 16
m1n1 t !S toward the bridge over w ch ... .......i.:
the refuhige. are hurrying to Rt. IxulAnsI I a nlun COm n
All tramfl to 1iast St. 1oul from the Vo reudad J In -Arenoe Companies
west side hs been easuspnpe4 and p, or< l r ntJ9t4 Ann Ali Gree, ns mt
llcem4n turned back 9il who attempt- merchant, atd Antcn (Tric, a agent
terhave been i*rerted at Trut* o tche
ed thi lrip :harge o Thirty Lives Reported Lostt see co rmpi(el bty etf'.lt tg I Iits
I .iy ("on.r.esman W. A. Ioden sl' ancc o th, llves of s(ek t44 r "
burg pJtnted tht S 30 lives were lofst **1 then s qtitriaxg on IntEt e* tos 1 4
in tih fltoouig o ithe lower portion P y for small atmes. Tey tter
of East St. louL s ISaly lhs rmmnwri ng ev prsOs for a trtal .of4,001 m
While rteral altarme wetS given b I'y h company paidM tbhe first aa fto
the poece and -retreatlag levee work $9,I00, hat they disoovr'M the con
er* wth shou~vt and pltols, tlere w spray fpIr t.1 tIhe- eoo e. wfcb
not tinus to eali at -very house lat the a man tn.m4 Anton VP, 'to
thickly se'tIM 'rlisti t als4-. it Is b!-, J1 f.or $hlOO., 1efcle/ tefMl t
H.h el mAn'y fam.jt'. in flrst story te the plot *b oty btove bi s!
tafge awli ontly wkn It was too to. leg ttt1at he94 e4 m44 tHe b t .

down to re't on 'mb arinhtit. worx1 seleont Ortetd CJ.*l )
out with: Laord latr wfre cOa1ght an*d (hbih.age. Jiwe *1--Ati ..||- ig
* 'arrwd i ow man:-' de tbl, wsy. mlslle 14 at uiHlt hy S- -- 019ta14 it a entedase with Ue age,

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'1 1- .. w.'

(-e playot pot hrok" anld nays the
debate hi-s oIt tlitoared the ailr, but
shows .tl'.. air wa':-ut.; clcrlng.
T'"hs Ideoi perinemt'e- the tommtnients
In this morning's paper: That voen
IC the cabinet. was content with thei
"open m innd," alnd Mr. Chainberla.n
retains his seftt on the ground that hei
has only Invlted the country to dia
cutI5a the quistiou, suhtt' a patching IuI
cannot possibly last long, and that a I
cablnot break up and a dnisolution o01
parlIamiont is not fra disLant.
'he latest gossip hia best informned
quarters Is to tho ot il that Mr
Chamberlain will not ponak today antid
that he will not roslgn, vwhtilo thl gov-
ernmiont will ondeavor to disposo ol
the Irish land hill and stave off' a 4rCl
sis until (W'tobor. Nobody, however,
llkos to preTlcet what will happen. It
aPplears that the colonial Be8retary
had a long conference with Mr. Hlal
fcur In the Intt th1 hollso of coin11O!n Irxpt 1lg0ht
which explains theli'r non-ipplleal'tnce'
In the house,
It, is generally agreed that Sir MI
chteil H11.ck-1tNich's mnitiw was a m iur
prise to Mr. Chamberlain, who hnd not
oxpOettd 1 uch wholhsahlo prIotortel
g.ai inst hIi proposals. Visc(Itlt t CO
chen. ch, el lor or the exchorqor uTn
dor Lord Sadll'htury's ndhi nidst ration
had a long talk with Str Michael
Mliclkt-1'a achr In l.ho eours't of Ih (1' evoi
Ing, and will ralseo dotu)to In the
holus of lol d\a on the question or (f th
eoinfItry's flnnatiel polhiy eirly next,
Week, with thoI inia of getting some
0finitto pronoutituomrent from thOe gov


Twelve Hundred Employes of Cheos
apeake and Ohio Walk Out.
]iuntingtoIn, June 11.-I--'wlvN1i 1 hun,
dried eTmployes ait the o1l,,napoalo i
& Ohio retl'ond shops In this eity,[
which Itnlul des even thl oftl ie fforo', !
struck today, th ie ause belong pe-rhaps
the oidost ever known.
W tlliam l.)avits, a na'rpcntt", eni
ployo] by the C(heopeiike and (hi4o,
and whn k a menmbtr of th4 c Ity 'o)ntir
dr, receritly voted along with a 1in
J(rlty of thi e ctncil' to take fr'tm
Mayor '., M. Buck hit asttlhority tl.
tmarno th< s*tandltig eomatItte s(I for ti ti
ensuing year., this being the tprlt itil t
thon oft A fight brtwee)n thoe mayor atIl-
iblef of piclle.,, I'lemenin aPppointe(d (
by the mayor wore d4lt4harged, and
others named coatrary to his wIl1t,1 1
Mayor Hlcck, being t tameIhor of (tN
1l'Ukmnilths' Tbor unfon, hi. frl-oM
isorers d iuand that 0i*0eos ho 44 j-
chiarge)l. Tini C(1i'rAptake andt Ohht M
railway company -roftusd, hence the

""--_ " -
Contstbhle In Plainfield N.. J., Left
Lgru. proerty.
New York, Juane. !-,4vft lI Jti toor
*ira(o tfIl wlt*b tlm*e hoe Was t"taIly fntu I
rat of any claIm to wUa.th, John
Manloy; tao astahl} rf Plofit.l.lkI, K -
. ha.b tsrneOd that hie is heir !to Iml N
Isal 4 protprty Valued tl Averstr hian .
drtid tbhotgand q 4ofl r
1If* oly fearand of thle tnhll tao
throtugt an offer fromW' fi rilrO4 t6o*
pasy to po.rf'hsi bhtle 1ta 4* pI e |

In (itnd (Itti: In fortl9 seire prw o 1I

riding1 afr t t one lr's 4eaJth lMa@

(44 ftlWeth Mt of e Det, a

u.--Jp e el1. lisis. I.W, tMAtRi' I
sttctlati9g of he nmfor of Attep, Hi

Famouo Feud Admitted to Courtroom
to Assist In Adducing Evidenco, but
Court Objected.
Jaiko;ou, Jn> n ll---The aonuation of
tho itu'oiitig In the trial of J'tt and
Whito on the clhai'rg of mturdiloring At-
tor:ney Marcuoni, wa tLhe attettipt ot
the dzftonrc to have J.amea l iargis, a
leoadliin. 'pir0t 1i the Itargu'ti 'eud, which
has caui d nial the trouble hero, adml!t
ted to the C)irt.room. Judge Redwiio
ruled aigaltist It. Whtun tho court (on.-
,vonotd the (l' t'fellstH made a itotion to
set aside tho omptlutl of jurors ,om-
plotdl last rilghit on the graundl of ir-
regitlai'tl e I In tho aoloctlon of the
Umn0s,. Thl notion was overruled
and theo Jury was awonn in. Tho wit-
neak, for ,naeh aido were ordered sp-
itrnatly and Attortniy Neal for theo de-
felns.e, reoqttu wl ht.il Judige James
Hargls, a witn erm, het aIlowed in the
coulrtrooml to aitmA1t tio d)eflrnis in ad.
duclng ovidhneo, Mr., Hirril s la not
an attornoT, being moroly a county
Jildgo. The state obljovtod, but Mr.
Noall ontonldtled that RTtrgila, bling
an unIrlo of' Jtt., at prosent on trial,
ehoiuld bo adnmittod. Judgeo Iedwlno
ruled that HargisH Rhooul bho excluded,
Attorney Uyrd thet lhtegan hia opening
statementit for thoe oumniionwealth.
1., J. INw.on wis tho first, witness.
Iwon aild hoe aw Mitreutntm in the
couirthtouse door tin I terippomld to talk
with him. Tnlt WVhit.e iiled by. then
looked at Mar 1um, pLansd Just outolde
of the outlt.dt' toor and kcti kld b.ack,
then piseoti on. Marnum aiald:
"I 11111m Afrad of' (t t follow- he
meanta to do mo harm."
An instant Itter wittines hend .d
I"atol track. MNiaretr,r who had hti
Art on witne ahouldor, relv(i hold and drI'oppeld to Ii4O floor 'x e xtlant'
"('h, I ordl Oh, L.orto They have
killed min!"
Vlin.i lokid l backi and miw OIIr.
ti .,lott with l ft tlt,,'dl grlpp1 il In both

"I th'n flK'd o(ut of thve door," l]wwlti
aild, "as I thought t wat It he Was
after whimn tho e'ond 4hot w w's fired.
I taw '.101t ('ct"01 o11 out orf th a Iite dtoNr.,
waHlk aroIlnl AnI, tI ',ok nto the door
Whole Mar lrtin klay "


Antti-emite PressI fnilting People to
Acte of Violtnste.
Venr,,, June l.-.Two khtthtrot (tou'
itnntin Jow (patM(d through htoro ty*,
ttardiy on their way to Aini0rIeft. T by
re ctrtld (hat ttILh roEJlltiosi in Iloti'
niutiik aro dtilly growing more p.rWt'
*Ui, '1'h antil H1emltt prem tls openlly
In m pleo of the l CRlsI at KhilhoiNe
Tho V',e. Tutooel of norlat,, Iternuf
"tlt, on icldea an 'artile6 o0 K0hf0a6I

"Th.e artiho'lox Rttilusal priostt bte
lOne thoir, duty. It ts yior turn, ItRai
mansatn prientit. Italse thoe iro anod
b*Itn thet Ilttte hre aiatnsttt .th
wrrtchrbo Jewish hor4de whleh h*b
wwoukht th< utumipitz pwipleo beox
Carr', ,ad yotir rew#ad hIr I10A* if .n
. graoter.*"-

R Id@Ets of .Trloti *r. .kn a R rvolr.

a sta1 t oif AerU0 a.ot o etty sr'

a da *c:roa uz4 (iabl .
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Mintiise trets Also'Received Stab in
i ack Which Will Adt as a Reminder
:Of Her Slns for a While-Thomas,
Now in Jail.
The Loehloosa excursion, as on all
former'ocCa ions, did not transpire
S without disorder. This-occasion seems
S 'beonetowlhich negroes of an in-
friorobharaoter look with great inter-
e0t. While the functions are patron-
iid by a great mamay of high-cuass, it
:' i!." nevertheless noticeable that just
i ough, "common niggers"' accompany
tite ixecursion to make things extreme-
..lydisagreeable to those who are peace-
S ;a1bly 0 inclined.
1 ^I' :he v;ciiutuf Thursday's excursion
Number three, but thit is remarkably
1 ,.,* light. The casualties usually pile up
frbjm seven to ten, but the aggregation.
of bull-dozers yesterday were fewer
than usual.
SThe picnic passed off as enjoyably.
af one could have desired until the ex-
S oursionists boarded the train at Loch.
loost on the return hoimeo. ,I appears
t hat Minnie Streets sat down i, a ,seat
i ootploed by Johnson, when the two
became engaged iht conversation which
c looked to Thomas, who "was up a
tree," a little toosweet to be palatable.
"D s gal am mine," remarked.
Thomas, approaching the pair. "Whut
yo' blean, niggah, by leaviatin' de con-
foetion ob dis lady?",
Vl* "Dienamainalt leavia.1I' no confec-
tion," lchimed In Minnie, who appeared
deflan t n the matter. "Die am or
yeller man ain' I likes 'Im."
S "I'll fix yer both so you'll be tkcored
or yerse't," ejaculated the jealous and
defiant Thomas, as he proceeded to
clean out the whole oar, with the re-
Sult tlhat both men were cut severely in
the face, and the woman was stabbed
..in the fracas.
S Johinson made his escape, but Thom-
so and the woman wero placed under
arrest by Deputy Sheriff Riles and
brought to thfs city. The woman was
taken to her home, while Thnomas re-,
oiv oved surgical attention front Dr. Me-
I'ver, when hlie was taken to jail.
M;. Big Day at Haynesworth.
^4i At 7 o'clock Friday ovoning tihe
lawn iIn front, of Mr. J. E1. Hlaynes-
worth@' home was lighted by largo
S fires on the outer posts, while the con-
ter was open to the clear moonlight,
There was nolt i cloud it tile lheavuns
and the beauty of the night wats only
heightened by the throng of bright,
11 happy girls and boys, who amiused
themselves playing such game as
Oat and Mouse," "Tap Itabbit,"
S "Hide and Seek," "Snap," etc. It
sounded as they all said, "Let us be
,", ohbldron again, just for tonight."
";,^ The i'Vrtielhminntsl were that much
more to be tnjoytd after a lively chasB
^''- 0 ovr t he grants. Those who did not
1^ ^,' care for such pleaturo were enter-
|^i,' talited'ith thehouSt by Inliaio, both in.
yS^}::.\ 1 trtt Jfital ahd \'ocl.,
S 'i htibrrow( seemed always .ready to
t^^ :'*" 'treat cd to be trtatod ; so tho yottug
ladies *d geut l01ne1u of the Hiaynes.
W0 worit ituiiday-5yfi~d, We trust, realizefl
enoUigihfrom thicr .lawn lpairty to pay
Sfor t i,,pew o'rgS.lu, r they justly de-
',' serve:sulah: t mntetsaotioi, .
: .... 1 know all who were there c(it look
S back TiOlt Juinte 6th as one of Florlthia's
pl^ ''-. m any R ed lt r Dte s.r ,

')ONOt r' WAS TlriRt ,
,Tax 8b4n bl
atremea hot weathol is a great tax
upoWnthe digests'e power of babiea;
when puny and fevble they should bb
given a tow dtma'b t Whito's Creamn
SVearmIt l t ffJ h elidt Mir toAiW?. It
S will stimulate and a1ettlit-at thot di-
.- jUolt t* irth4r fuod-, so ithai tlteyrotion
9=1 Ibeome ltzonog1I hal y th.yumk& ift t 1 71

115Thsy 'at. e Kflatloh.
ao I ha. otrffr
t -0 o .. 1ttrue ord Xtt irtq

loruod- that Wt'littnshOk
N MP 'W 1 utneionp Ioday in
'o#:' co.rt au' J we h4.i

A erin '"Jack the hippS." *
Berlin, June 11.--Phe Tagblatt, coM.
mlenting on the recent lncrsiae in the
number of horrible murders of little e
girls In Berlin, expresSesa te opinluon
that the city harbors a flend-like "Jack
the Ripper," It pqi nt out the lmin-
larlty in the methods of the perpe-
trators of the mulpitiers and that the
Ber,'In miscreant, t!ke his. Lon(cn pro.
totype, disappears into Impenetrable

Jewess Attacks Cendarmie Chief.
KcIff, RussIa, June 11.-A Jewish
mild-wife enaned Frunkstcin; Who was
arrested on a political, charge, ws
beIng Interrogate:1 yesterday by Gen-
eral Nevittshy, chief of the gonJarmIe,
whc-:n she rushed upon him with a
knife which.she had concealed in her
dress, a.nd infiletbl a wound in his
r.eek. The general's Injury Is not se.

The first portertme ste:i wa3i sO
nailed In New York. city, In thle fii-
nious old tavei'n of Martin Morrilon. at
327 Pearl utreet. This was a favorite
resort of seafaring men. A stenk belng
called for by an old pilot one .piglit.
MorrIson sald that he had no steaks.
but would cut and broil for him a
thick slice from the sirloin whIch had
just been prepared for roasting the
next day. Morrison's place was known
as the Porter House in the neighbor-
hood, and Its frequenters soon got to
talking about the Porter House steaks.
Morrison trially told- Gibbons, his
butcher In the Fly market, to cut up
airloins for him thereafter.

The Tall of a. Wolf.
The wolf carries Its tall hanging
down because In that position it Is less
conspicuous and better eludes detec-
tion. A fanilly of wolves playing to.
gether undisturbed occasionally carry
their tails curled upward. By degrees
the tail acquires. naturally the upright
position as a result of coincident evo-
tlution of the mind of the wolf by do-
itneictloaton and of tihe slow adaptation'
of the appendage as an organ of ex-
pression. The cessation of natural se-
leetion in the domestic dog would give
the tall greater freedom of motion
without detriment to life, and lartifl-
cetl selection modifies it Into various
"Can you sincerely say that you never
descended to hypocrisy?" asked the
man of ever stanilards.
"Well." answered Mr. Bligglns, "I
must confess that I once sat and listen-
ed1 to my daughter's commencement
eiany and pretended to be as much en-
tortalned as if I were at a baseball
game. --Washington Star.

Kept Him Waltlsig.
Haydon. the English artist, In his
diary, relates how lie once went late to
a sitting given him by the Duke of
Welliington and the old duke tore his
whito hair and eried that he had "sat
to 400 confounded painters and sculp-
tos., ianid Jione of them was ever punc-
Notable EIxceptilon.
Mrs. Bloobumper-Yes, everybody is
nlwnys ready to give advice.
Bloobumper--There are exceptions.
"Are there?"
"Yes; doctors nnd lawyerss"

"la yon got 1 rn.or you could leon'
mte to shave nerie'f ''" ntsked Mr. Eras-
tus PI'luktley. "I'ze gwlui to de pabty
toi lght."
"'hat's de matter wif yoh own ra-
"X\'ell, you see, i jes' got It stropped
nlp tine this rlitnhion, ant' I hateS to
dull tido elgedge."- Vtsldh gtnl Star.
Loud Talk. .
"Henry, whut does It mean in this
histortieal novel when- It says 'Our guns
talked back to the enemyy' "
"Why, they lhlad l'arrott guns In those
ldays, uiy love."-Cleveland 'lain Deal-

Ilia ltort.emt
hGertrude- You say .v)o've only been
1t'lh two w eoks and have an interest
h lthe bIluslntta'ts?
SVaihan-t YVe: I was two hours late
t his ~1ittrirg., -nil the hoas told nle I'd
Ibe ttI'ike some ilte-rest In the bust-
nosis 1A the futtfre..--Magazine of lu-

I IFt'a cmarvokam.
"My brethrt-t" atid Dean Swift in
a WMeto,. " .prldo- rd!ebie of birth and oC talent*.
si (hall not new Sik of the latter,
Siif it you Ibelng tlable to that aboutm.
IRh lo vice."
(|uriktity s l nopk*eA over other's po.
e'a f atp< ad4 ovWortw*tis our own.
tay. ant

U^LltNllng Kilts Young Mani.
9thAtee, Ga., June iI-4IAghtnnIa.
stryk tlhe house of Nick Davis, about
2 uiil r ftrom this place and instantly
kil0d X itlter Davis, aged 14, and, sert.
oualr, It not fatally injured his brother
lophn, aged4 2, sous of Bi, C. Dais, a
r6il-toi.o farmer. They had gone Ihto
the hio i from the field out of the
lIn 0i. were near the fireplace at
the. tii*e the bolt struck the house,
which almost demolished It.

_Oie of Wilcox Affirmed,
C~harotte, N. C., June l1.--'Ihe On-
pe0me court today affirmed the de6
clsion of the lower court In the case
of J.,mes t. Wilcox, convicted of the
murder of Nellie Cropsy. Wdlcox
was sentenced to 30 years in bhe pentl
Tillman Wants Change of Venue.
Columbia, S. C., June 11.---Oounsel
for J. H. Tillman announced last alght
that notice for a motion for a change
of venue from this county would' be
flied next Friday. The prosecutloij
has eight days to prepare to ,resist
Court will meet in two weeks.

stopss t he ov~ih ihanid heals lungs

Representlng a number of prominent
American and Enlish companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. E. VOILE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land before
buylln. After faY.lnt nthe purchase
money there Is often no redress for tax
sales and uncanceled mortgages.

nhaltan I"A Typewriter.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at ta slight Iad-
vanoe to rsoponsille imartles.
Typewriter l)ibbons for
varlous iik iitlies.


E. E. oyle,
Gallesvlille, Florida.

Offers VeryLow Rates on FollowingDlatles
Culotist Tickets to California. Utah,
Nevada. New Mexico. A r-itrmi. Coio-
rado, Oreon. V, astiinigtonh. Mintanat,
Idhou, Wryonilnngi, on sale until .mine 15.

St. Louis and Return
Jun.t1 1-17,.ood to return unt1A1 il u1e1 -th
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Ntltiial Enatitpment (. A.I. l'k.ic-
ets on role July o1 to Aun2s.t i'' nodl
to return untt] October 15.,

Denver, Col., and
On sale .1,u!n o to .uly ith,
turn until .Augut 3.IKt.

mG(l tore-

'rhrotgrh Pulilmtan sleoeitin -ar diall. between
Jitol(tiuvlllc. Maeon,. Athltntk. (.h'autttioI.Uga,
Natshvllte oixt( St. I.otut. l)'rereehlinitn w iilr
Otar between hashville t1n l St i.oatd. itad
throuKl> h Pullnntn stlelping t cr d'l. v Ietwetiven
Nashvl-tle til C.thiettKO, This is tho only hdoble
traok Iu bel tween ( .hltago iand thO Ohio
lIver. iFor fil piurtlrular., tilket.s anid ti>;,Ih-
lets adda ress
FRED D. MILLER, T. 1). A.,

No. I Brown d1141.,

Atlanta, (ia.

R. T. ICHAFER, Prop.

CHUO.i IutEADS, COAl l:s and PI ES
lresh Every Day.
l*eUlered to All Par of City.
litisfttotlaon tMhtaratnteed

peeW-al natt ntion tto Cirnases. Milnstretl
atnd other traveling trottpes.,
Hu nting Parties.etA.I.

P. t.1, IlaV~t 2-42.

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The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat.
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from a box to a bank vault, will save money
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Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 0


Air Line Railway.


327 I 31 I 65 I SOUTHERN DIVISION 54 _,-34.- t
9 85 a 900 P 2 10 p Lv............ Jar'ksotviu e............Ar 0l-o -t- 7 l5 as -n
1015 954p 2 0 P .......... ......"Baldwin................... 10 12 a 6 a .1
11 46 11 34 p 4 20 p ........... .. W aldo .................. 8 20 a 4.42 a 2 ,
20.p ....... 4 p ..GAINESVILLE ***...*- 7 8 a p
.. .. r A...r ... 7 5 a .........
..... ....... 7 45 p Ar................... Cedar K ey........... ..... 5 1.....
1 6 .. I ...... ..............S lv. s pring.... ... ..... : .... 5 .
1 1 50 .. .. ... ...... . .... O . ..... ... ... 1 2
2 55 02 a .l ... ...... ............. W ildwood ............... .. .....12 1 5 ,
6 10 p 7 46 a ...... ............. Orlando ................... .......
4 14 p 4 42 a ..... ................... Dade t y...... ..... ...... .. ...' 19 1 A
5 11 5 43 a. ..... ......... ....Pla t Cty.............. .... ...:10 20P 9 a
7 08 20 a ....... ...... ...... ... Palmetto ...... ... ....... .. .. a
7 1 I a;....... ...... .............. Manatee.. .. .......... .... 5 0 1
7 45 3t .... 2. A .. ... ........ s' rasota ........... ... ... .... o u
600 p 6 a ..A r..... .. .... ... ..... ....... ..... 9 0o ,
,v Jacksonville... .. 4 ............. p. I v J iak tiovlle.......0..... 7
+AtFernandina.......... 1. li 05a 900p Ar Lake City...................... 551 )
Ar Brunwiek ........... 1- p 0 p. Ar e O ........r Lve.......... 35 '1
Ar Savannah............. 1 lop 1150 ..... ArMad on ....................755 1
Ar Fairfax.............. 809 1 144 a Ar Monteo....... ........ ) op i
Ar Dtenmark............... 3 57 r 2 20 a Ar Ta'lhassee..........."...... 9 40 11 825
Ar Columbiar .............. 30p 56 Ar uincy ......... ... ........... 4 17p
Ar Camiden................. 7 40p 6 64 Ar ROiver Junction. ..... ...... .... 6p
Ar lamlet ......... ....... 9o 55 p 80 a....... Pe saw rolal................... m .. I I r t o
Ar Wilmington .................. 1205 1) .. Ar Mobilev.................. ....... P
Ar Southern Pines......... 11 18 p 93a.... Ar ew Orleans ................... 7 25 a
A r taleigh.............I.. 58p l10a46 sn ..... Lv J .ksonville ....................... 74
ArPortsmouth............ 800a 656p ... ArBlacon ....................... 5,
ArRihbmond, Va ......... 35a 812p Alanta,.. ....... ............... 5 s
Ar Washington ............. 10 10 a 8 80pn ( hattnooga ...................
Ar Baltimore.............11 M a 12 4 1 2 . Nashville..................... ... 55 p
Ar Philadelphia........... 8 p 26a s........ p 26it.. o.0..... .......... 2;a
ArNew Vork.............. 415 p 6,30 ai...... Chl cago:.......................' 1
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Onceo and Sarasota, on 31, except
Saturdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 34, 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. Caf
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No.0 6, Seabodrd 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 Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 50 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port.Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MA CDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


Jacksonrvill' eridC NewV York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. 0., both ways.
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both 'ways.
SoNthbou nd ................. ... .... From Lewis' Wiharf, Boston
Northbund................... From Foot of Catherfne at., Jacksonville

Clvde St. Johns iver Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis. Beresford (DeLand). and te
Landings on St. Johns River " .e
v J is appointed to sail as follows :
Leaves Jacksonville 8:80 p. im. Sundays, Tuesdays aid Thurmdayq.
Leaves Sanford 9:80 a. min. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
t ,, 3w. SOHEDUL E No.rthbound
Leave 8::a0pm ..... ..... ...... Jacksonville .i.te .A u a
8:46 pm ........ ... la .... ..... e Arrive 800 am
8.-a0n art ... Astor 2:3Leaveo80p
4:80am......... ....... ... St. Frani. .... ......... 2:30 pm
Arrive8:am .............Beresford (DeLand). ....... .)n'n
ArriveSN....R... :8W Aa
S... N O................AsA. W-. ..e. MP m A... . .We*a*. Jac KSOuVj l :
-m- H=AL LoeSGi Jr.. A*i, Jaeksouj. C. P. W V" ...
^"r .--o : .L. twm a. e ,ar ec.a m' "'*m J" I J F u '-';






(ainesvl1t* I tE9Joy Metropolitan Ad-
vi ant4l!iin .This. Direction.
ef there is ay city in Florida which
stfor the pattfew months come more
spitdly to the front in the matter of
noder- improvements and con-
venienees than Gainesville, no record
has been tade of the fact. Capitalists
who have investigated and manifested
;;)a5grat deal of confidence in the fu-
ta.ire ofthe city, are backing their
jonfdence by liberal expenditure of

Slaet acquisition in the matterof
dern .improvements is the installa-
Stioor an electric messenger service,
which is aow being installed by the A.
)D. T. Company. A force of men was
engaged yesterday in running the
eiresa, and the system, which will com-
..... pieat the beginning fifty boxes, will
b4 la operation by the first of the coin-
t- ig week.
Tie A. D. T. Company are apparent-
Sly'very, liberal in extending the coi-
Svei anees of this service. No charge is
# illbe installed in any residence or
plaoe of business where tlie" manage-
ment consistently decides it may be
used to advantage. The toll is fixed
by messenger service actually per-
formed, the, -price being governed by
the distance required for the mes-
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di-
gest, assimilate and transform alt of
the whplesoine food that may be eaten
into the.kind of blood that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
the'muscles and recuperates the or-
gains of the entire body. Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure cures Indigestion, Dys-
pepsia, Catarrh of the Stomach and all
stomach disorders. Sold by Bodiford
A MOCollum.

fr thUdrean Sfgfeo rort Me 0ptate
lanc'.;ru e vwc.s Duped.
Kn exvili. I.' 1-A or s, ial from
Hlints il'o. T'.,".'. : C,. Drown.
f Monterey, .; tly traded hit
BtexIcan rin'a ,'i ,r 5, ;('r In ScR.tt com:'.iy t .,-mei to Hunts.
r yulle to Iloo- 1,.. pos, i-s the lands.
Hie flnds that it "ild-ca' land and
p value tio b.n with, and that
it parties. to ',. in tho orig inol grant
m:SaS ile I, 1 ,75 have sold It more
'than a half do z, n ti 'ue, lie returned:
t.'ot Mon!eriy.. .af l '1:'~ ho Will repos.
sess hls ranlc 11' it r('Ju!'res force of
arms to do ;o.

: a Hkes Ki.wsa and Biaddor Rlgh I

STake The Atlant

T Via a Vi
t' Dupont Dupont
'N rt or t or
SJacks'nville Jacksonvlle
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Depart For
. *40 p m
12:87 pm
S2:25 p in
a m:40 a
- : Daily


pid Transit and

Time Table in efft

High Spring
Ocala, Leesburg
Palatka, Daytot
North, Eit
High Springs, Waycrosi
Albany, Atlanta all I'

R'. helie,, Mic<


ex. Sunday
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"Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, A
p rail ya in the Southern States-,.
Th Pullman sleejer Port Ta
via Atlantic Coast Line ani
complete information, call on
18.W. Bay st. Astor B
'3EMERSON, Traf. Mgr.,
i WWilmngton, N.'C.



SGIC,,VWAY'MErN HOLD UP STAGE. ilkA A "e-- r --l

Ei ht Pasengcrs Relieved of Money D' iL EcrAIJSHEDe3 t(
and Valuable, 1., .y a t-aLg -Le T
Reis. Can, Juabe 13-A Ste bowas, but regular a ttw cannot be secure- until the liver Alh -
s III.-A sta* e secretes enough bile to i..iMake h1 .3iuteomes Ualu a pi
.'tli. 't.ween WeavervilIe and execute their naturalfu nctins. rUnna -
11 1' was held up and rob)eed late uralagitaion causedbycjthartisSo comIpels
y lst-v.'ty :y two maske.l l; h-aviy continual aidlncreasing A sreadcs to 1 '
ar !',l !;. :ay!en who s i :i about the results

th rTe I roB e ras l 'r Sl r ec h | R. COLSON, Maar
l'af'en.er', and driver anl searched -. hSliver cures Ch-e ;;;. -
thn creui~!y. Vles were opened d Fever, and every form of f GAINSV4'IIX, FI.A..
.. to ,3 looes smased 1 g t o Malarl Bilt)ous, Remitting and Inter
bi^s. ''e r..:' r were very abusive ...... ----"
d3i:. the -:r r ro-etezing Mots .,itt;rg Fcvers,. tby gOingto thile seat of th
of t' en ro d were either ca o c, .s prma t c:re. Tho question of Titls a
.; traI from n Frn TY CENTS PER ROTTL, tIrt tconstideratiou ror the
0 ra", Th e to an Frwas not In 4 Inve.ter...
le a:-a e n i c uO id t ir cs- OF trlv i stml } vs.. (itin sVi ^. '
c& Abstract of Title
;IT "'. ',AT- HE GAVE hiM.. "in a" WHI ,C T" inc-r ofi o 5'thorlina Meets the < Al.h tt lniahuil |
Co1r of Nort'i Carolira, WXIiif ll 1.l 1
to .:t ::;:r'. hon,;r.,1 ruery, "1 a ,l;d rOSm w v, I
th- (r or of Sou th 'Caroli'a .ay to m !xjr : fs x r t< r eB I ;l. S 1r. l '. T
th nc---- .. o'N Nor znth Cr.'i P bJy----a IES F. RA.L.'tARD, St. LOU i AN PAI
Go'wo .st-ay ,- l .t.d mAnd.-d ll ystttery st. d At
to 'or anId clr' win a- 'sn ol Fo' l by .1-iSg BroI. (aintsvile tg the 'ileptitonof iun-.
spa w::r.. l.n ed it to Govern... ... ..-- -- -------- le tx rtlae
or 17irrs :{. .Ay, ok, of North Car t 1 7B a ttit.led tltiop r tiplyb.
S Ay ck wpa eniroute to -4 r Ff'T rO c1 ~TC A C OII.
0r, r : ., wh 're he was to have W -
tlee cIi aninoticonivent address
but ____. B toL recent tncpr, which
has ,:tyd ralra rafflc, the gov. **,
prr,'i- v,,..i forcc. to la1y over in (C)him i o a general bakilltug hI tiless, bu' IM sI A t 9roNrl ,i l' hitn t. s tl,-tc' Ix1hant
bla for the day The al> ouvta l batR, tt nr ...i' ni't i, o tsrtll u'lu u\ nwa I tI '1 IIIb 1 1 1 I I
roioelvted oft tatvorabl i teri ,.s sa ,ie ili i'l.i. cao e bic p OIot in t e 1 ) titt ed o tate .S
.'h:,e Interment of Victim.
c11r4d-to', (,.. June 11.-A G.IISIV1T-4.-E., ir.olC)I-IC A REA D'S ODORLESS.
bcxly behlicndel In the etorm at Ga!nes- . . . lIg l I ..All .i...... 1.. .. .. .....
villo w a. r nivul hb-re ?or burial at- I A
Blnnin, ti)s cont-y, on Saturday. gB 1 I4i fPCs Cboira|liU1 -- --
It ?as that of a young man ained Da Y yyan A
Tvvrn, whose father was formnerly Ae the Dowel Troubls of
sutiperi-!" ndent of the IHutcherson fac t C A id$ D eaton, Regulate
tcry i Banninag.. Young Lovvorn has N lOWD tAl owI Strenthe A Full A.oltient, ltlcdlll
a sister, Mrs. Henry ~lder, ltvtng In W n. the Chld and Makes his latest 'tternt.
Carrollton. The head was received 91iy W ts at u5Ms,3, TEETlING EASY.
Sunday by express and was lnterred |Or: tl ,a centa to C. .. MOFPPKTT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO,
by tho body. .2.. 5 o i-, o -I awitsflrt a .viil ,byour ,in yoi 11 yianlt trlin r to ,.i T,...,1-,,NA W ATER COOLERS,
_o rba b w____be___ _t_ _yon_ Inwititoawba. by hnnhatytsi pTiveth'o f >Uv ,, 11artootf<.lttran IAUiTh0itoll ; 0th> rt> In
L te It waui uaefullin teethig trobie snI taitclniR l hia boean tw rofVri, ,l iv ,t- > nier >ttAnd N# iOt ii l tfr oi atn l, tun trll
Gangway Collapse., Many- Drowrned. MZc cdeftimtlu ltonhofthonluTot.= i-r,-H f FREE ZERS, and All
,aan way Collapses, Ma y Drowsd. dren, awonof tb nAlleowIssit14 wen Im.1io I anw h lI thi h 'lu,, and Iuntil th tethin trllbis t. aro o.rr, n ih
RIo toff-on-the-Ton, Russila. June 11 w- tako p.If.uro in rot ommn tieni t'oour tfiedll0 h-,d t at l t'hai Io mni y b.1141in|( e )o k.elp thkolf
ban ,,,. n.byayquiot... M!i. Ay.. l 1,p,. 1 'l 1 W, kly >.(.,.. Spring and Summer
'The steamer Moskva was about tc . ,,,... 77.....,,.i. ....1 n.i.i-. ,---W l i,.,-, ... .. -- ,,.--...- ,
land passengers at Asoff, water a pas Sp
ure trip, whsen the crowd Caused the
gangway to collapse and many were MrLN r^ L JL .L J wU BAIRD HARD WARE COMPANY
.. ......--_...................A..... .NESI.... AiN lll. V LOI :A
A Costly M istake. NorTIc'mI's hcrel) i' ven tt at to l it' ,ivi. o ng ; ig s<'lif lt'l. 1..,n a l iu. tl i n i 't i "'- .In 1
thq,Ott.y o' (f G iIir l lxvie. I th II t', h i >t Ablt4 'h..tI i tj "> I stII '!>"f lh 'i Iw i1| hr ,h#f! Ij i p bit l h I,
Blunders are e or n estie very ,expen- isumouo in rout of the ,cour, t iiw i .1. "'r i Ml u' t" i ii.' ii Jn. A i). i :ut t 'n' GainesvilA Machin W orks
'v;,e, ; fi- Glle. Aliiw 1 eniluntl. lo'rirtt, oh >M m. h I letwe t a' w ot rk ntco ,.tiry s ol i l it ,u nn11 tun l11V
sive. Occasionally life tseff ls m the city orli i ow'4tN"lNi l to h I of l t.1 torth
the cia thy .,,At o r t t t u Iil- ioir',.,tIu,,-,,0. -t n' I. I l,. ut. i' '1 -0,', ( 1i, 11
price of a mistake, but you'll never be with the cot oS itior t ilK'.iiati i 1t -*i s. :vits, ta iioi't'r. (I 1 N 1N N0 A I L ANi
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life a MACHINER'Y hIl''PA IRS.
Pills for dyspepsia, dizziness, head- NAMnE turn a ache, liver or bowel troubles. They Ig of ,11tthgA l i|-ultting
are gentle yet thorough. 25. at all drug r . ,n .tr or 1 up 1 40 4 ch .
Adai.tUon, Mrs. S. M ). i a ) mt N .v irtt m o1ll I, li 'lr i'4 (Inltii i. I I1 4I i,
stores. N t 4f.. ru n 1(tA r foji A r .ith 11 I f. ; to
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A, JUNE 12,

tr,"4 at t1e Pjt 0- oe It Oaluesville. Fa.,
uB<4 @oMlm8muinllauaater.
M.JRA ARY. a Titor an Prodpr.
.SS... JE EI iU Z. IUty ,Aitor

M ow. MAW sa'DnB S. T"prenoN 48-5
i TM" DA XLY B1, Plipublished every morning ex-
*iep*MoadYv' dlvered bty carrier in the city.
i' l4 Lto Tiy tartoft thtlUnilted States,poa-
f UOi tlree, tor-46 aeti ,60 lix mionrths: *t.a
W*tee month: o4 00 oents for five week--

SXadlne pno tss iu local column. 10 cents a
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{,', on appliestion.
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f tr-olumin paper. published every Mon-
i day 4. it Thursday, and conutaiiris all the
:.. D'lf Of the *ee'k., local. state and Ken-
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: : *:i': Of S i S United tIatea or Canadi., for 61.00
S er-l advance.
AUadvertisilug bills become due after first
P peIarnce of advertisement,unlteis otherwise
: stpUlated in o4 ntract. Parties not known to
s will be required to pay for advertising In ad-
S Vanoe. Adoresm. THE DAILY SUN,.


(From Our Regular Corresponident.)
Washington, D. C., June 10.-So
great i' popular intert;tL in Wiashiing-
ton in the postiltice investigation that
it is difficult to find any one willing or
prepared to talk on any other subject.
While no remarkably sensational de-
velopments have occurred since the ar-
root of Machen, many minor incidents
1 hate happened which go to inmke up
oin iniing evidence of thle reluctance
:' Of Postmaster Gencral Payne to miake
a clean breast of the rottenness which
S ha. permeated the Republican admin-
istratlon of one of the most import-
ant departments of tli government.
Just at present, Psynae is severely crit-
Jo i0ing First Assistant [Postmater Geiu-
oral Wynne, to whom belongs the
credit of exposing Machen, Miller, et
al, getting rid of Beavers, Tyner,
Ohristlancy and others. Tihe purging

-. +of the department of these offiials
I hg has occurred only as a rstsult of the
press and doubtless Wynne has availed
himself of that power to nccoimplish.

Because, however, the press has also
placed ex-Postmaater General, Smith,
e -Asasitant PostmasterGienitIl Perry
;. .'l-ieath 11(nd others in a most untnviable
light before the public and is on the
S hgh road to showing that Hanuia wias
not above the most practice of "prac-
S toal polities." Payne considers that
S Wynne has been guilty of grave par-
tlsan disloyalty and will urge the Preas-
ldent to got rid of him.n
... L Postmaster t.'ioral Pitvnoi. after r

of that large element in the East
which regards Rqosevielt a,errtic and
unsafe. He must, command the sup-
port of the independent voters, that
jarge and constantly increasing num-
,ber which refuses to accept bravado
for bravery, shouting about American-
ism for loyalty, militarilns for patriot-
ism., The most astute Democratic
politicians do not regard it at all es-
seitial that their nominee be asnaed
at this early date, He would only be-
come the butt of Republican ridiculee
and invective. So the policy Wi-l be to
ka'ep the IRepublicans guessing for a
while longer and then nominate a
strong man, conduct a whirlwind eam-
p)aigi and land the proper man in the
WV.ite House.
lR.proesentative llichlirdfon of Ala-
bnna talked intierestingly of the situ-
ation this week. Ie said, "I do not
l)blitve Mr. Cleveland will be a candi-
date and 1 feel suro that hlie will so de-
Clare himself in due time. On the
other hand, I believe the wave of popu-
tnr sentiment in favor of Mr. Cleve-
land should be regarded as an indica-
tion of the kind of man who could wiai,
and that the wave of popularity can
be turned to good purpose in making
stronger the actual nominee. There
atre plenty of good men in the party
who could command the respect and
support of all factions, and would
serve to unite the members of the
party in every section. Such a man
should be selected and then, if we all
put our shoulders to the wheel we
sllkil win. Undoubtedly, the conduct
of affairs in some of the executive de-
partments will be considered in the
campaign. The people will never be
satisfied with half-way investigations
designed primarily to protect the Re-
publican party and its. leading poli-
There are indications that the army
is being gradually purged of the unlit
officers who. through political influ-
ence, obtained commissions during the
war with Spain. Several second lieu-
tenants have already gone out because
they failed in their examinations for
promotion, and within the past week
three have been dismissed because
they have incurred debts which they
could not meet, tampered with com-
pany funds and been guilty of inftoxi-
catio0 on duty. There was great
pressure exerted during the Spanish
war for commissions nd(1 the man with
suilliiont political influence had no
diflctulty in being made a second lieu-
tenant, As is invariably the case
where ollce rs aro appointed because
of their "pull," there were many who
were totally unfit for positions of re-
spyonsibility. and It is encouraging to
note that they are being woeded out,
Thie State Deipartmenit has beeli no-
itlled that Itaron von Sternbierg i to
h11 It o d1 h is tuahlllinndor t th ,l U IT d .r)

. . .. . -, ., t i -9 iimunomm w ito um i im u
characterizing their chilrgms of cx- States. This breaks an unwritten law
Cashier Seymour Tulloch as "hlt air," of Germanty, for heretofore no diplo-
a tulipp speech," ot., tc. has hateneit d mat hats been permitted to serve in the
to publish those replies of Smith, HIlth cvutbutry of which his wife was a native.
and other ollicials whlo deal in general- Vo\' Sterberg's success in the Vene-
itles and fail ii overy instance to zttelatn negotiations has, however, won
"make good," as Mr. Payno expresses for him the particular esteem of the
it. In fact, the chief motive of all Kaiser.
their letters is persaonl animuCs Cto- -o;:- ... bCu. d
wards Tulloah. The reply to the Catarrh Cannot be Cured
Tulloch charges in which the public is \With local appllications, as thoy can-
Interested, Paynem keeps on lhii desk lott reach the seat of tho disease.
and refuses to makt public. It is it (intarrh is a blood or constitutional
report made by Ftourth Assistiat I'tiPot- clisoase, and ini order to cure it you
master (Jeneral Bristow, going very must take initermal renudies. Hal's
thoroughly into the coalitions which at.arrh l ure is taken internally, and
have existed In the Washington post- aets directly oi thbe luod and mucous
ottice and supporting, it is understood, "surfaces. liall's Catttrrhl Cur is not a
Tulloch int many details. iquack moed iciii. It was prescribed by
According to the nmtst contidemtixal one of the best physliians in this coutn.
reports received from (,olumibus this try for years aind is i regular prescrip-
week there is weepilig and waiiilahg anid tion. It ib comlpo(wd of the best tondics
gnashing of teethi Iii the HUnna neaip known, comubiaied with the best blood
at tihie State convention, The (ridirm p'ut ihor, aictig dircotelly o tho iu-
Club of Wth ashtlngtoetim.i Th gr ,red ier. eu stsrfrae.u' ithpe inrfect cimiinila-
u of1Vasht rOf01, tihe vtwo illgredients i what
man with a song which rimn, "Arthutr prdtHlctles Luth wonderful results in
Pue, Arthur Pue., Whinat i the worldis curing catarrh. Send for testimunials
the matter with you? Vt''ve heardl of i frle. Pro T ,
you dow ,,dd, ,,.i ,tg d, nimterowSoldl 'byMdi b o ,ir ism ts., price s 7he.
eto.. and those words would appro- nil's Fil i Pil- art'thebst."
apriatoly apply to Hamm It ,LA gall t est
d wormwoodlaly to laIa. nunit es gal A thorough investigation into thi
alid wormnwood to the llainaitcs tic totw Navy l'u'artniemt Iurehases might
their peerless leader btateit and corn- Nvy prtutS might
ledtsupinely aept tlu rkr Cuish a ns savory a scandal as has-
solution, but u-h is th e ai tat the lmlbiag ofl 14pmal service blt
Sthey dar not take y tp to the ex-.Asistant Secretary of the Navy
rget ven with Foraker because Ilamna's w ullmwi lthted t o n val contme p arb-
...loti to the Selnate is close at Y"te. tsrt of + pub-i
4M an" d that elcti' de ds o ...... ... ..- ..
Sand harmony. Senaitor lianna A Splendid Remedy.
iioelf has little diflleulty in conceal- Neuralgie pains, rheumatism, lim.
tla htit e tment and aetiing in lhar. bnago and deltatic paiins yield to the
W 6 ih senator Forak.er, but the penetrating itidltence of lnallard's
isa. | ieinawta, htlenchuiin .and $o* Liniment. It penetrates io the
* bbewalinmig the situation. tierves and bone, and ben!ag absorted
ith Haa l. nut of the way, the t ilo the bloOd, its h!aliig prxiperties
jpBatlon o f *4OoteVtlt ,"y ~e are. ewon%,vyc'd to ever part ao the body
and effOet some won' i'rutl eures. Mr.
"asg eo a certain, tndt). l. Moore, a t I'liois Central
Alut t Iain& a man who U40 I Jauaj $1 6.ow. LInimeiht' for

*se^^'^re ie^^

Swqtfher*pr vern-
ture in the South that is showing signs
of property a ner t t. apq s
tli.Fl nies beisg i i.the iauds of .ompetent,
modern, Jo rnalists, it business,. de-
partmeutsbeing managed by a staff
who appreciate the responsibilities
resting, upon their shoulders, the
Times-Union has always given the peo-
Spie of Florida an excellent service--
perhaps better than the support of the
paper would warrant for a long time,
With the recent acquisition of the
engraving department, the. stereo-
typing department and the elegant
new web perfectTng color press, 'the
Times-Union has placed itself in the
front rank of Southern journalism, and
it is the duty of every Floridian to
show his, appreciation by supporting
the venture. The service, which has
always been a standard of excellence,

Florida East Coast .

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Ef May 28 103.
rnumb. --RSAD DOUK 'Wmme1 -u n siP..

i No.201 STATIONS.
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will yet be improved with the metro- .' al a si ......... .. .Ft. Piereo.................. seopo alOt la Z
polit color fature which h made .tB o i S ...... ............. .................. (9i s 30a
potitcaneoorf a re wh h W hi s mhd e t~ as0 p ................ .. Eden.......bbl.. .............5.. p 1p 0,a. I
other journals so popular. S r9 4ta .... ....... ....... Jnsn ...................... 94 S '
.-r .a s 2p .................. tensun ...................... iSp t 4a, 4
f* r= 0P ....:::: :': : o o^ll c........... ... O.1i a 1
Mr. Quay's convention endorsed 2 8 a 7o s p ....._....... West Jupiter.................. s1 ISp 861aa 24 9*
Pennypacker, muzzler bill and all, and f a S i .::.' .... weBynto ....................a 1. s I a E r
the guileless Pennsylvania Republican sp p60 : pLu.........d........r r .......... ...... 0pS a S 8
will vote Mir. Quay's ticket and render : fs 9 2 ................. H ilandale......:....... 7 3.p8 10 a -
thanks that he is permitted to live. 0roas a p...........rer ... ............... iv 0 Is i 0a
It appeal to worry the Republican FD E8 O BRA LIE.
editors that the Democrats do not set AISxO D IBA.OH. ORANGE CITY BRANOR.
up a candidate for their opponents to No.t No.3 iNo.1 No.2 No.4
throw stones at a year in advance of si1 sIl SuTATos. I N NDaily Daily Daily ^TAroNs. IDatly Daiy
the nominating convention. Ttu ..A sill s O p l L 8.. .
's a 4 8Ba f Lv........... Oteen...ton .....Aril 2a B 8 p Sl2ta Lv. L.ak elen .Ar a Il ps6 00 p
m I" .. p.... ....a......f2
e Pennsylvani Republicane *Lv.....nterprise........real OOa . 6.pall 3.)a.. .v...ran Pl0ty.SAr a 7 Ope48a)p
S.h 1 i a 01 Ar.......... Bfor...... ....... v ulOs er 80sa 00rll46.tAr.Or.O.CityJc..Lv si0Sps 3p
W veus oss i n No.2 o. o Not No. 18 No. 206 T22 No.24 so. 2a
ilalousness sour stomach, consetpa- Siy MAYPORT Dally Sat and
ton& al liver ll are cared by uo D.ll ex.,u D ,ly Daily. BBANO. ex.Sui Da.ly. Daily. DaIy. Suily
sji O O Iji e~p 0 22 1 a I I P s 0 p a 2 .. 0 0.. a I.. .....Jalkoniale ... ..Ar a 7 3o o n s 1 CO .s o P 9 20 p
The non-irritating cathertic. Price a 0 p 8 i iS p l0 a a.o. Jumviye.r a 0 2s 8a 0 302 a 8 0
25 cents of all draggists or by mail ol i p i pl 5 49) p1*10 14 aAr..Al.antio Behl.LV 3 6 15 ( s 7 55 81 plS p6 580 p a 8 3t p
C.I. Hood & Co. LoweU. Maas. p p A 0 8 A.......Manmi......I. o o a s 7 40 B 00p 1 C 6 10 p p, O
t hese Time tables show the ttmes at which trains may be ex',ected to a-rlvo annd dopirE
tA LVE -Eromttheasevert stations butttlelrarrival or departure at the tiaes unicd isl not gahran."
I r does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay ort any concquenceo arlaig tho -
m.i ,...... ~lf 7 0)$01a v -.Syn.A o

is the most healing salve in
the world. It cures Sores, Cuts,
Burns and all Skin Diseases.
It positively

Cures Plies
s. KIgbaker, so East Ohio re
Chicago, writes: "I hat a bad cAeo
Piles for several years. BANNER SALVE
cred me qukl and permaaeny
eevrI odors lm remedies had filed
to relle me." M
,*UARANTrJED. r mPr&Io Oetf
Sold by W. 4. Wallace's Drug Store.

Planters al d Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will find

it to their interest to communi-



ton. S.C. to7W-s


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Lv 3eT West Bun. Thur................... 10 8 Lv Key etr 'lu, a Sat.... ....... a
Ags.JM a Mon., lrt.. ....... ......... 7 00 a ArN Miit Tu e.. -tr................. 3 3p
For copy of Loeal Time Oard orother Inforimtion a,',d-"c a n:iy Arrent.
J. 3D. RAHNBER, Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent,, ST. ATUGUJSTINE, FLA.


ppositi Li. s. P-te nt fiAY

and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Via aboard Air LinThe NORTH and WEST... "The SappireContry.
JUNE 15th. NServll r iss Ie-A -
On All Ttratus. The s Bet.

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2W.A. Tu. P.T.M., Wash D.C. S.H. A c..C.p. A.Whi
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JUNE Isthm *nS TA114m .8 .

Contractor for ectri rln OTION DEPARTMENT
Electric Rfla.d Brlr Alams GA .INESVILLE. .FLORIDA
llo i rht Wi i a A pe^iaty EIGST PR.CO PAID m QR Sa, ISLAiD COTTo1l
All workh oran ce S.s w f. s .lgS or A&JateloQuat ge
Withe stittera Triff A.'n.8 Adva-o made. Warehou tr Pir offers

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Gaiieiville Will
lustrious G0


Of the County C4
Good Roads Ass
i Coma tc'Talk Ove
Important Questiol
. The time is al
Gainesville will hlave
S ert-aining one of th(
aggrIegations ever
oity ,t-id a gathering
to nean a great dea
the State. This agg
prise more than one
from the County C
Good Roads Associ
who will come fru
of the State to talk
of Coiestructing hard
No question can ii


Southern Pascenger Saved Pro-m Picb
kINV NT ablN Destruction.
U1L 1111." A ti. June Il.-But for th.e timely
d-is e I" 6 o'clock' by a railroad section hand i
be Scene of Il. at C,,anttution, a station 5 miles from
athering. the clty Cn the Southern roa.1, ta MAas. ,
senger train would have bcon wrecked
and a number of lives l ro.Pahly lost.
00 DELEGATES A rail had been removed by a gang ol ne
outlaws and robbers, who lid not stop
ommissioners and at wvholesale murder In or.,r to find
iociation Who Will vlcti"me for their greed. I MenH V W ant
T Oneheavy iron u all had been move d
-r One of the Most ,n.r enough to one si:le to give a train beliv tho( ,i 1 r',r
ns in Florida. a plunge n an emnbanlment. and 1 h
pproaehing wihen train geing at the rate of speed usu" f t r'ey/ i( 1 (. (I,' -,'/<
he honor of en- llyv run uIng this point would have A T<'? ' 'n i (fai\ r I r
meant a terrible wre(k and ? certainty ', wl I I ,., i .
e 1ost inLtlligent of tningy perst'i s being, se:'iously In lle
witnessed in this jured and probably nialy killed., i tea k' (or. u(',nt( i?,', of'c
g which is destined It required tools and strength to
I to the people of remove the rail and it is believed the TO- THE MAN
regation will coin- work was not that of an ordinary Ex
hundred delegatia criminal. but that the job was done N EX
commissioners and by desperate men skilled In such mur
ation of Fioridtr, d#rouia mnthoda to secure booty. I -
lm l' very section Was Wasting Away.
over the question The following letter from Robert R.
roads. Watts, of Saleli, Mo., i instructive:
IteresL the people 'I have been troubled will kidney

O loriaa more at tihis setnon tlhan disense for the last five years. I lost
the good roads question. Without re- flesh and never felt well and doctored
gard to avocation, profession, financial with l.'ading physicians and tried all
standing, the people should be as a remedies suggested without relief.
unit for good roads, for every one is Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
ben ted rectly or directly and less than two bottles completely
benfltedtdireetly or ind irct, cured ilmet and I am now sound and
Chairman H. W. Long of tie asso-, wll." Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug
'Olation has sent ont the following let- store.
ter, which papers throughout tlie .... -..--_-- **,
State are requested to publish: \A C' i
"There being in tlhe minds of the I L
delegates to the Countiy omllission-
era' and Good Raonds Association of Wholesale and Retail
Florida, which is Ito ('onvie1. in (iaineus-
ville June 16, 1903, some uncertainty LIQ UOR P DEA L ER.
as to the hour of lneeting, I hereby an- r I
nounce for the benefit of all parties in- --.---
terested, that the first session of the
convention will be held after the ar- All goods sold to consumers at whole-
rival of the last train in Gainesville, sale prices. Send for illustrated cata-
the 16th inst., the hour of nimeeting to. lo ne. Waltl this spaco for prices.
be fixed by the local authorities of W'. F. SEEBA,
Gainesville. The convention will ad- 109W. Bay st. Jacksonville, Fla.
journ Thursday niorning. and as a
body are respectfully invited to visit ,
and inspect the workings of the differ- The Florida ,
eOt kinds of improved road nma1liinery
in operation in Marion county aneari. Fiuoit and Triick Grower
Ocala. W.W LA\ Cilairman,"
Chairman Thoimis of thtlle oard of Ou1e Year. .............. $1.00
S'G County Commissioners requests Tht Single copies ............... 10
Sunr to announce that the meeting
Would be called to order at 7 : o'clock A handsomely illustrated matagaine
in the court house luesday evening. devoted especially to the thterests of
Chairman Thomas is very enthusiastic the frbit and vegetable growers of
in the. work, and he enjoys the hearty Florida.
co-operation of his colleagues. A special trial subscription of six
Thursday the delegates, by specini months will bo sent on receipt of 25
invitation, will proteetd to Ocala, in centsit. Stamps taken.
the vicinity of which tile arion co I -Ii.. .,- -l --RIF''S SAI.E.
ty road machinery is in operattion. Under oa1 byi" virtue Of A3n exetiton Ismmiued
There will be presentt at this (Tonl- out of the Ciroult Court of 'lorldal. 5th Judileial
Chircult in tll nd for Alelil i (ountyi. oi the Silt
veintion a number of the ablest speak- day of September. A 1. MI) In favor of A. It,
Hull & Co. antd lKltulos J, M, lFryer. Slid tiller
eris and most earnest hard road advo- andt by vlituo of iian order made and rendrerod
ok. tes in the State, and li lintoTit h r it is on the 4th day of June. A. 1). 1913. It% sali oause
iby the Judge of the sth jiudlilij. iriulst of
calculated that the lletling will be a lhorlda, I, 1W..V, Fennell. as Miherlff of iitd
great sicess. Stllto it'ld tcllinty, l. ive levid upon am the
t rol erty of the tuld J. M. Fryer. Iani will ell
His Last Hope Realized. at puriAth outery, In the towni of litrh Sirloirls,
lHs Last ope ze world, on tuety. the l0th daty of June.
[Frobn the Sentinel. Uebjo, Mort.l Il It. during the legal bhour of eslale. the follow-
In the first opening of Oklahoma to n *r desj'lai ier usnal i uoert', Iwl I lot
of whu lkey In ,imurreolv- I barrel whihe y, con-
aettlers in 1889, the editor of this pa- taililngi 40 oallons. more or less; :i cloassl soeat
water: A Super was among the ltilly seekers after io eiS: T7 bottles beer: o ilemijohin whistlrey
urtune who made tihe big race one ine I lot co'hit.y. Jugs and tikflSkt: I lottglars; Itfounsi
lobitterz: 4 aiuti orrn 9 eam boeu :; 3s twxem
day in April. During his traveling lbers: j ,iit rrn: It ,os betweU; 27 htKty
about and afterwards his camping piipou at exetuliotl. I,. W. lPPiNNifl.,
his claim, he enitcounteretd 1much bad Sholliffof Aloiuitsa Contt F1onldi,
water, which, together with the severe A. AMJ.)N. Atty, fior'lltlsft.
heat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea NOTICE l) NON-RsItIMiNT.
Which it seemed almost impossible t to Un the circuit Court, lOlt Juilt<(lia circul,
check, and along in June the case be- Alulis ('ounty, FlorI t- in C.htluaory.',
'cante so bad he exXpected to die. One wllhinil Ultrap vS. Molway (ilstrai.- .U
day one of his neighbors brought him for Ilvor o
onte small bottle of Chanmberlain's It iul.piwemtslllU by aflittdiit IuIp<'hOe to the
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy biti! leId in the ? boe xstted Q;uk tillht Mjitwly
S last hope. A big doite was given Iltm .itra. there clofle int tivtrlnii Mtrilti lt ti
him while lh- witas rolling about on tht heo ren.delnite 1i unknown. UItl. thiti *i'
ground ini great agony, and in i ft few h is tivr thi isrir of tw*'nt yhi
iaflnutes the dose was repeated The4 rir. It .i therefore ordered that *sal
) n dnutes the fot( ,n:.i.a np(,,.t-r khalst<) dhpfertlanrt lbe fnl whet 1, her-
good effect o( the medic'li"e wlas "ofun to rceti.rvt to vniart to# hue muf' or eomilsn
noticed and within anl hotir tlie patient lit bl in 'itrd mtwt on or fot MtInre u
W. a taking his first sound si.ep for mi 13th d1' of Juily A. It. 0 Or twlTt i-
laittaktng hlr le boi o work- t. i of iW-tl %%I wl Vsken i oowqd
f fortnight. That one little bottle work- a.derftantll
ed a conmlete cure, and .he ca-ninot l-li i. fii tlier OrdmrtrS that thab order t pub-
bilt feel grateful. The 'its'h ftr how I m" (,. wiw it WEi, 1il] a fo r tle 4iOe' ir I
el disorder being aL han' it,,ts ,i (, C.ircuit f,,,ut)
This itemn. For sale by iall dtrutu, gi-t tJ4e i
: and medicine dealers. .i !. t' ;'r w vl erk .
Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic 1c t
il lr S T IN. Wi f- 4. 11 C.
Coast Line. ij ", ltI .l lt i' <>li for i ),'A lt l
ta are on sale via the ab,- 'NT
V.... r o l., T -tl (uniiumt1Kr i

Jlal rrojite 0 to thil rnciipaiu-' u .
PIr1. throughout the country. Tick-
A re good returning until Octobter
'1903. and liberal stop-over privi-
are allowed
tr.altinan reowrvations, rate, ct0.,
tick ,ent* or write Frank .
7Bou, Oim hrcial Agent, 1 8
OUVMLt, O4ilwaoville, Fla.
CoOtlpate d Bowels.
i sh health thebody hould
S.t at*liv touditioil. and
I eat ist ouce a dayr.
Sb. pteimous weate .. ae
fr:t^ ^ L Z4WUtt
.-^'S4ia x rif

,';';. ..it1 < ml >**'; ." 'L' .e14i, it il t |e DI''
I.n i f u ll -f anI

ter. a ( ov'i.r .I t f ( fi toi .ls

t on iwmi(0 i l e 5 5
de 'f;', mrllo,- mtho. t o '.' t t t* 'il. sm<*'am

bel. sd to mILl ,i'l.l t F! .,lut' '*:i t'* t*Sltt--ttHM*IW

tt^ 'O I u w id ot o i a lAilnl t b*l 0li. *
0^i:it*MrUM C<,r 'r 15'v

'*** ~ 11tw ';1%151Win'''^ S~ i^ff'*'"

LOIIIDA, JUNE 14" 1903




sville, Florida

Lto Talk To.
m- n in ,ll .l( eill.h' tws a clothing eprt.-
/, n / /i)he positti(e' facts il fht' ease--?tho(
,'d I I f Im st/r lai'i t to If) for oi l hi s ch othb/iiy
(-i ( f i cIfr< (ir1t tflf ti l thi ;s t'1(c t. Ul
it itraront hsavr hs


Why are the best-dressed iton
in Gainesville our patrons?
Why do experts on dress iVaft-
riably buy troui us?
The ntswor is ol)vious-they
know what they want in cloth.
irig anid th ir discrHmiinilatipiln
tells theai we lave it.

+<'/lentffur: to s(y /tha/t f the
qliction wcrrc /)t toh (1flthe critf.
ca(lf/---c(=r4f'tlf drc ssers in' (ain/e.'
viltl' indiviltduWofm Ol( (?Ccti';/f,
qtt 6) who mold (he oest ('411th11p,
/he instantancoun aomnwer wou/<
bc: Why, Mto'acs Fidel, of
court .

Speaking of expxlcts on clothigna, we TM AaIL O' GAMIIT

calln ell to experts beoeinse wo btuy
from explerts-.-4ohlos Bros. A Co, of
Ball impre, ilho widely-fanious miaker
of tlhe; "'Ist.Clot ing-ititbe-World."
All their gurmentia boar thIs label:

' I. O.
lamat M it

SOutfitter to Particular Men.

Haiine Br olers' as Li Mail Order House,

AVIiolesale Liqir ]i)ealers.

Bottlers of W l. J. Lernp Brewing Company's St.
Boer. Key Trade Our specialty. Prices
on) Application.

Lou 14

Jacksonville, Fla.

S s stsi and Jobbet In

Staple and Fanqy Groceries,

Br.Is, asenn and m eF. lllzers.
iOUTH I m-T T rIUA'l) ., ( highest i.srk.?t price. pa1id for <(.;,k+len. Egl lanid other kr,.A4ul

A Complt*t- trwk of Ilay-, C ,om.
and St1 I1V .ia. liw toly
T !Rl"..iUC a.n

fOsts Pflok ilean, I~el, (lottoln s iiea
th Vl .'.y .I."rt otdim at th 1.V7W
luitteit. itltiafla t. alwtlay,. s ... v


..J~a kF1
.W" 1 0 Jj

One CenL a Word
Advertilements of twar w or o or e A '
thta hed inserted for On* Cent Wort, soal :"
In aidvane, eaeoli inertli.i '- '
Pleasn answer advottisements as addrelitimo o
In the advorLdemenLt
The ou tlilepoe oro l pereos Iisettni a
ro Thelr 1iltuIes will not be given to InqoilreB.

DO YOU want ia towttw nielaulide If t do 01i040 A ,I
buy iutil you have S een ile, I oftn i. ..
iono$y. I koee oiln hinl the beo t Il.Ollt i '":
needleatt aohniientti )I.Kdtiresotarstlidi ,"
of mnanell 0. Old uioblus taken o :
ohtinare. eeound-h:nd 'i'ultc. .l *I rosi *,:'r
price Call on or ttdlros C. .A.
aren. The Shiner Mfg Co(.. 0, Ooi 11 ';,
G iatno vsilel. la, 4-7- NIIt.X WANXrT sMAl.WK.
WV ANTKD-' Mt'n to leiirn biirbi' tindi. Yir eat
itved. Thorotihly sistoited< 0' our"e
iKt 1uhllshed I t lta tirlu lio (. hl't1 1i it. ^
I1.l0kkk, StMai M o. 011110m.. IVniltt eoneltt I
to tfi ttut i |tullli uilits .v 1 ut 14y se ll- i tiO 0W. ,
'l' sIl' Itrvoll, ioaslithlsn, w tif.lni. I' irIlotilhrts
inltil MAi ,AL I Ut H lt iC Al OlAEil.:, New

I.F YOU witillt nt'. up-L iLo-now Jot) rililitlik "
Ti 1 SUN of1t1o I lNhe i0ltoo to Wot It.
Mlatfiusliek Piahos,

liUlIAl IliTIY,

Iel llinS t to O tIo U ryi ln o liVSItum S lt sta(lti
tun0 1o1Dll r thtli otloIrs, loll.striuted of
betl miiterials, 11idl iNios t trtlist
wo)rki>hliiiwhili oltaniable.
Up to (iate, hi very
dotallt l U I 1i .Il,

Sold by ut coIntlitiuously for
without itsluiglo failure. IT you
want pliano for n llfetiime's
service buy the
M a.thushoe T
Prloo its low al In ontiltitent witli qiutUity
cailnrrl orn ial y to'rmn, entt on 16 tl yiti'
tritl, W o pity 'ellkht, Wrilto
for prioom 'OtdIAY.

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,
ENrTA 1LIM. l )

FarIming Implements

R(is, (Iron, Wire, Pipe, Pit.

Do tight, i n .i( r lots. Sold in any

(et Io of (l0 r Vlstalogt"u 4 .

Baird Hardware Co.,





Hi$ghctt Market Prices Paid.

4. o 41 ^--" *.* ) .
D. a kli ,0
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... _'.i^ l, 7 :,...... ..:^i.1, . .



1246 to 1258W. Adams st.,



*0 i l1 .

~ .~ 2:- --7 " . . . IIi-J.

ll aof l *o W t40&r Women Became Engaged
In Altercativon Over Man.
,Be0a0s AJuli.is hckeis and Martha
irr; !itu ;Mai &els got intono a aaltcr4t6ion over a i
'theta, oterday, the rliault that t
e rt M ii wti slashed with a Barlow
^I ^01at ) s 'sto V d ap. a, kn ri1t huer fas renbled a rre.
aTa ieit +l^ V Jatnburger steak, thby 'muset appear
AO'ftt e ]W* or- rorpi His Honor Mayor Thomis to-
Biinsd :Ep' ist alleged that the h1ubaind of
Sliad was not totingas fir as ial hui-
g|t ttband should with his wife, and that
-4 st e lost so
leb r ttana ruined, for thl Mickens wotnain, with her coquet-
fm0, tate p.ce the losses tish manner whioli evideiced the fact
llt 0 percententi of the totaJ tl'at she was truckuck" alleviated hu
V :N i.t"ft a spn~l''do,. The Poo affe. ftions of Julia. The couple, it is
fuJu i n'? vd"pany has left said, have beent accustomed to stroll in
lw H ii11s, with the OW the mnoortlight and other places to-
17 Q ar -itio' I .in ijvt completed, gether. Julia caught on to the propo-
SII-N:i. 3 tt P.(colet,. I only sitlon, and resolved-to follow them.
Wd^a^taa1cd. ',;t:, thee t^wo H-ier efforts were finally rewarded,
n o;etalio t I o Paeol0 t Manu- a i uo t
blit rig c :U,)^n v, -l.L.ve In the wileri Fihe cam e directly upon the
clorhood of 7 t. -s.lldles in. op. couple sitting under a huge oak anid
gitl on, with tL Io1fd!i.; number enjoying tile blis which only lovers
yOf lom. ..know and appreciate.
| ;9Tl "'oPacolet Mi!i c, ::: y nmW T uliai was prepared. She had a
.uiOl n Veai th'it the oh l v'rafvls rt the we.tpon in the form of a rusty Barlow,
i'thret at ,Paicl( t wi ' :1 1V but tli t used it to p) ierftion, as she
thin matter will t. at .. J I t:ij-tu proeeded to slice Martha's counte-
Oiwn as possible. naiiae with the sanmt consieuce of a
ith the operdve l o 0y ti .x f't railroad restaurant mait doing a turn
destroyed or 0amag ly e c on l
i. d off, and, a L.,t.' pay in .n ,, on a rafuload sand which.
.;tbe Bltuation will be vastly i:-)ver it iii said that Martla is in a hard
a. far as the oplratlves vre coine(,rnij., ^way of recuperation, butLshe will prob-
S'the nl are doing all they ca.n In ably be enabled to attend the mourt
the ay of aiding those of the opra. this afternoon, when the facts in the
Slvet who have been rendered debtt. 'case a fauras the parties interested can
.i.tUte by the flood. tell them will be straightened out.
Takl tos L a whole, the outlook for .------ --
tbm operatives Is al that could' be Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly.
;"!Ilreod or, expected in the face of Healed,
eiteh adverse circrmstaces.. O.Chtnmi'rlain's Pain Baln is anl anti-
AN septi lIiniment, and when applied to
BREAKER8 BURNED. [ou.t, ,briifles nd burls, causes ti hin
to itoil witliotit q l lntiir:atio and iitiwl-h
P.i in. o Consume Fine Hotel at Palm
.t Beach., tIllmoroe (li(ckly than by tiutil l i ratinc'lt..
Wiat Palm Beach, 1la, June 11.- For saleo by all druggimts nial inadi-
AM 11:30 Tuesday morning the Break., oiluO dealers
9o't, the saitller. of the. two largest o, ..-. ---
t, d at P1lm Beach, was seen to be In
The hotel building, 'power house,
SOoryis block of stores, the Casino,
south of the hotel, and one of be
large cottages north of the hotel wUre
d4etroyed. Sorno furnltw .from the
hotel was saved, but It was badly dalm.
axg:- led.
The losses were:
Theo Broal ers .................$B00,00
S. urnlt ro .. .. .. .. .. .. 200,000
e.sino, cottage and Cory block,
,baiut,. .. .. ... .. .. 26,000
OtII'r los Bes about ., .. .. .. 5,000
The hotel wie Insured for $300,000,
S utt the furniture was uninsured. Co,
ray's block i supposed to be about
hai'lf coveord by Insurance.
The origin of the 'fire li unknown.
S No one was Injured.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIE8. Guaranteed for all Kidney and Bladder
g~. U 't It

S Lucy Cobb comminncement closed
latt Alght.
M- Mcon Is agarn dlseussing the que.0
.' "on of annexing .lbirbs,
T' ftho annual regatta of Yacht Oluti
Saivaiaanah took plaee yesterday.
S 1. B. Merriam, wholesale grocer, at
SOhttanooga, Tenn., has tlled a Itl'*
S tlei+ n In bankruptcy.
; 'he ad istilstlration has dxoe-tded to
Snoti'f Colombia that she must act and
atct qtlickely on the canal treaty.
W.y W. Dludley, notorious for his con-
iIetton with "blocksl of vive" may be
4 aggeil tuto the poatoffice scandal.
Thte three candidates for the govern.
S" orhip of Miesatalppi had a jolet doe-
bate at Maclon In that state yewterdlay-
W. I. BaIbbtt, a loading --ctlison of
)&.lIuw ell county, N.. C., comtuitU sul.
o4tlo by shooting himself through the
head ,
SPriance Jnttav, crown llinve of la S
n and Norway, has announced his
e. .nti0n4 of vlastlug the St. LoWtl .ax
ll;^<';: i lii4ttou,. a

A. young man by name of Waltet
-*arthi. employed at the iower. plant
1r ktaletgh, N. 0.. was electrocuted by
tltching the copper at eleven hundred
lta. ,
James M, Watson. a elerk la the au
14tor's onoe of the IXreMa Colta
ta, has bost alwVeted on blaru
ot embesall" m between $40,090 and
Sa wrek on the IoAtLawvll and
haslrie 80 adilt sotbl of Lotal.s
reman^ w>Mas killed aui tbI,
lIur -.a Dr,. Theatmaon,
a sided in craing far the

t the luiatMttal W. 0. T. U.
'si, y J Henq' Soai Wj, r W A .
deAolrs thbat #he: llwftfat.
lwhiUissE the.z l' i ta -M

ESatSt. ) 1 S. Is Safe an e.

Foley's Kidney Cure
cures the most obstinate cases of
kidney and bladder diseases.

It supplies the kidneys with
the substances they need to build
up the worn out tissues.

It wiil cure Bright's Disease
and Diabetes if taken in time,
and a slight disorder yields read-
ily to the wonderful curative
power of this great medicine.

It soothes and heals the urin-
ary organs and invigorates the
whole system. If your kidneys
are deranged, commence taking
Foley's Kidney Cure at
once. It will make you well.
TWO 81ZE8 o00 & *$.00
A oPhylan heeled, now presoibesN It daily.
l .Go, Ewhre a pranUlAg physician of Smith's
QOm Ky. tor over thirty years write hislperIal
expl0tenos wlt ithh'jYs AKidn Curr: For yean I
havebela grety7 bothered with ktdnoy and bladder
trouble d ealrgod prot at gland. lm d erything
kown to the wotilon without reUiefl, tUanIl I oommeUcOd
to a"e F~S, ,i4dCa C t. A1'takIla thr e bbes
I was rely relieved and u I prewbe It now
aUJIsy aolosandhart~y onamend Its "1 to
asphjIbilsa~ to aum b ctrooia4for Ioasa boaItfy sens

t i:;., x.', : ,' ,, ,




by the
for all


National Educational Association, Bos-
-ton, Mass., July 6th to 10th, 1903.
On iccoIunt above amined occasion,
the Atlantic Coast Line will sell round
trip tickets to Boston, Mass., at rates
and under the conditions named be-
low :
Rates-One fare, via all rail, or via
rail and Sound Lines, plus $2 nienber-
ship fee. Tickets on sale July 2ad,
3rd, 4th and 5th. Limited to return
not earlier than July 8th nor later
ithan July 12th, 1903. A joint agency
fee of twenty-five (25) cents to be paid
when ticket is executed. On tickets
deposited for extension the validation
fee of twenty-five cents will not be re-
Extension-By personally deposit-
ing of ticket with joint agent not ear-
lier than July 7th, nor later than July
11th, and upon payment of fee of fifty
cents. an extension may be secured to
enable passengers to leave Boston on
or before September 1st, 1903.
For full information, see agents or
write Frank 0. Boylston, commercial
agent, 138 West Bay street, Jackson.
ville, Fla. 8w
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children irho cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartic, etc., are invited to
try the famous Little Early Risers.
They are different from all other pills.
They do not purge the system. Even
a double dose will not gripe, weaken
or sicken; many people call them the.
Easy Pill. W. H. Howell, Houston.
Tex., says nothing better can be used'
for constipation, sick headache, etc.
Itob Moore. Lafayette, Ind., says all
others gripe and sicken, while De-
Wit's Little Early Risers do their
work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford
& McCollum.
Aggregation 6f Prominent Church Of.
ficers Are Meeting Here.
The district conference of the 1. A.
MX. E.chufch of Tampa Distriet, col-
ored, convened in this city yeaterdia
afternoon, and a large numb o
prominent presiding elders, mni t r ro
and church workers are in attendance.
R t. Rev. Bisliop Lomax, a preacher
of great force and ability, will preside
during the session, and the program.
prpmises to be an interesting one.,
Revolution Imminent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble in your system is "
nervousness, sleepleasnue or stomach
Upsets, Electric Bitters will quickly
dismember tthe troutble.omie .oauise
It never fails to -tone the stuOmeah
r tthe liter, and elai e
tiad all the ias bla t
. . . . . .ll*.

Jli f' IS.", JUNE ,

The National


SCent Cigar

The smoke that's loved from one end of the country to the other.

in the World
The Rand. Ihis 9mkrve9 wfIsm qu


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of three Wolfgang o-
Ilerful playing ort the h
was the talk of Salzburg, and
B is tiater his compositions were be-
"Iga pla e~:ji public by his father. He
as .'inly four years old when he com-
|ou.::One rto so difficult t.hnI even
ifatit er, one of the most. killed -vio-
S1 tltat n JGermany, could not plnv It.
-O';f .~CO e," said the infant magician,
;iiotoe ,can he expected to play it with-
out d|ligent practice." A year later,
he rWolfgang was only five years
old, he was iuvited to give a recital in
tb6l hall of the university, when. the
n iagie' f his tiny- fingers 1-orked his
auditors to a pitch of the wildest en-
5 l' tusiasm.
At six he made a tour of Germany
2' and became the Idol of the courts, the
empress herself taking him on lier
k eest and hugging, him in an ecstasy
L! admiration, while Francis..: em-
,braced him and called him "my little
i magician." Shortly after he had pass-
ed his eighth birthday Mozart was
electrifying England, wits being petted
and caressed by George 1II. and his
queen and was publishing sonatas, a
symphony aiud an anthlna, which creat-
ed g furore aniong muu.c lovers from
one end of tle country to tho other.
A IRemnarkable Clock.
Janpan possesses a remarkable time-
ilece. It is contained in n franie three
feet wide and five feet long, represent-
Ing a noonday landscape of great bea u-
ty. In the foreground plum and cherry
trees and rice plants appear in full
-''bloom. In the rear i seen a hill, grad-
-" Ual in ascent, front which apparently
i ows a cascade, admiirably imitated In
^crystal. lFrom this point a threadlike
stream meanders. ('ncircling rocks and
islands in its windings and tflally los-
Ing Itself in a faroff stretch of wood-
.' land. In a miniature sky a golden sun
turns on a Rilver wire, striking the
hour on silver gongs ats It passes.
Sach hour is marked on tme f'rane I)y
:, a creeping tortoise, which serves the
place of a hand. A third of exquisite
plumage warbles at the close of encl
hour, and is tlhe song cerises a mouse
Sallies forth from a neighboring grot-
to and, scaimpering over the hill to the
garden, is soon lost to view.
Sanme Old Excuse.
An old minister" returned to his alina
water' afti'r forty years- of ministerialI
service, and was being conducted over
the old phlae.
"Same old corridors," he ejaculated
as lie entlrei'. "som11e old corridors!"
They, took liiin to lt,' (ldning hall. "Ah,
: -te o Same ld dinig hall!" Then he
Opened a study di(or'. "Same old study
.-saime old studyy"
SHalf routl tie fire a screen was
drtawn. ai d behiin l It he saw a student
talking withli young lnady.
: "Dear mno!" ex ter pensively. "Saine old practice--
Salie old pi:net aie"
The student sprang up iiidignantly.
"Excuse lit, s"ir. this is my sister!"
S A smile broke over the ancient one's

SAh, ind th,' sale old h explanation-
S' ae old exc'us'-"'
Wild BDrdM In (weriannTy.
A corn'spolnit('l of the Llndon Mnll
at Dresdtei n writs that the G(ermnans are
;% far In advance of sonSe other people in
a: ring for the wild birds In their towns.
During the winter shetltetrs from the(
Share erectedl in put)lic parks and
ivte gardens for them and plenti-
l fully spppilledl with food of various
kinls, including mountain ash tbrries
Sfor ihruslier's atd blachkbIrds atd other
S seds for the smaller birds. This milx-
S ture i stoldl at n very cheap rate In,
sehol)s for thle iturpose'. In springtime
"i Olio 1.151' '>'" m"ani'.1y birds nesting in spe-
: clal \oinih' i' b,>,'S pt!;<'td In the higher
trees. o(lt of the' rtech of lats. Theu
boxes 11'' (" < different slZe9, to suit
". staring, sp5irrw\ iir tomiits.

wouldn't I.Ie Twice.
eNorn had been told to say nt the door
that her mistress, was not at home
when certain callers appeared upton the

i t evidently went mu1,l nghill)t the
I grain for her to mike herself responli-
'bl for cv.n o small a white lie, btst
li e preminise - tain rileditihatilons. sht kept her w lrd.
I at Mr, ltH k at hil"u?" 1i""('IA t e
Is Wan tolnie,' MR. Smil~i~ se,
anid the mtwld. "but hiW% In
f ou ashk1 me :sgln. i'll riot
for at nybod ly li1vin' ['"-Pltilki

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Don't become discouraged. There is a
cure for you. If ntetasary write Dr. Fenier
tle hua spnt a life ttme curing Just sucl.
;aises usyogrs. All consilltations Free.
'"T had svcero eai~ of kidney disenso und
r|otinniti3!e, dll'.ihzrglng bloody inwatter
Suffered InteOW; v pin. My wife fwas serlousil"
i.'reetted w\ib fthfiul o troutblt's. ])r. 'oltrwts
Kidney an.i)l liuckacho nCtire curled us both.
F. M. W 1I1EELEl Rqu l)iph. Ia."
Dr', t'1.. ', $1. A qki forCCook it. k-Free.
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    BOW L wnth every section Of land In AlauktiuA county.
    if von uiAven't a. rtucnr, tlnlthi t,iv-oiuent ot 0 .t Correspondenoe aotUlted,
    \ y I or wil I, Keep yo -- -. o .. .
    <'( ^itiad 1ko w tll. I' .orce.lu the tidinpeor Vlo
    eIklt I'11v. in. 1"il ; l i 1. 'Ali -Jo Tli T J f HVDEMPSEY, .
    otbt, cari' it In t, I'a'ri.T k Ut Wty O 1' UOk|> g the b eOW0lk .l .
    clearawil ckn ettl J o talt FURNITURE REPA 11M')
    OANDY and Made'New.
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    with you on the ooultnilwon boasts. ut'omunkite
    solicited tnd samttfQooQ n always.

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    ()(ohWtaries tha .{f tan> ba,
    Irrtatlions or ulerfationg
    < ot t u i ucous tmoubrante.
    r., irles, and 1not atrin.
    a* goat or POltoUs.
    OlIitATI,0 06old by D wswis.,
    U.. A. or sent In plain wrappe~r
    b"V cxsrosa, topAlid, flr
    S1.00. or a bottles 3.76.
    Circular sent on ireque

    Wo, the undersigned, hereby agree
    to pay $t,000 to any manufacturer of
    paint wiho can show, by similar testd,
    any paint standing upon any metal
    surface as perfectly and for so long a
    time as our
    We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS-
    TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as-
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    petroleumi, and when applied to any
    surface according to our directions tG
    wear perfectly for a period of five
    years, and we agree to furnish, free of
    chiirge, all paint necessary to repaint
    any Aurface where it has proved de-
    fective. Signed,
    The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
    Cleveland, Ohio. U. 8. A.
    We take ptlasure in announcing that
    we have secured control for Alaehua
    county for the sale of the celebrated
    (ORA PH ITE ELASTIC (generally
    known as Uncle Sam paint.) This
    paint has the highest endorwne'nts for
    tin and iron roofs and all exposed
    t. F. TOOMAN HI. A $C. 0.,
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    WM. SCHILLBR, Proprietor.
    182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fin
    Opposite Postollce.

    Best dining place in city.
    Wineaiquo rs a d Cigars.


    THE W,,'T E,.Nr .
    JOHN MlENZIEIS .Proprietor.
    219-2S9 W. 1ay it.,, Jitoksonvilo, .
    .Faust beer, bottleanddraught, JDon'(
    fall to cull on me when in Jacklo.nville

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    room, e ounprtmoent, oilub. oniposite, observtttlon und d ninth ocart between Jaoksoltve a
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