Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 06 19, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02131
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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NEWS FROM PAR AST. rn l OPLEmn r CORDIAL t XCHANQ FATAL COaLt SltOl
& B OUTBREAKS British an, ...oapane Hold Big Naval. ., o q
aiionstratipn. 0tonstt t ng Peter.
..VitOTH RAa, B. C., Junre h.-The ateal FEUDJ ave be exchanged bRA
er Victoria, frodmt the Orient, brought -----tf, twv v mnperor PrFra.nT Jose, ph d Three Hen Are Killed aes4t
news that a naval demonstration was of rror t aks King Pter, hu t erpwor in the M A
&larmtngReports Prom Prov- bng held in connection with the nh St of hia snratulations oit.d For o t.
situation in the far cast by the Jayp Kyt, Ui b ldt of his h' action r t tounc l the a..Four I red
inoe 01 se and British at Cho Foo. A numt nations. The tet of the newl a LIST OF TH ASUALTIKS.
.LIOno IN KWAenG, tuse and British at Cho Foo. A num-F Re.o..e..
IBELLON IN-KWANG St. ber of Waited States warshIps were PEOPLE FEAR ASSA NATION. me e st th nw LIST OF T
also present. o "I b tog to hnrm your highness of PassenCer Train and Gravel Train
attention to Russian Problem in Man. 'lMie Tien TI n correspondent of the Trial of Curtis Jett and T mas White mfn call to the Servian tltirn, to Crash Together With DUlsastous Rt.
Toio All says some American' ro t About tte of A which I have ben elected by the
shurs Has-Been Diverted by Fresh ships have of late entered, the Yo1- Hao Brougiit About &i$$ate of At which I have lee e
huria Hances Been Othverted by resh low sa ad hof landed several on- fairs that Has a Preoe unanimous vote of the senate and suits at lmira, a Station South of
Diturbances In Other Portion o low sea and have landed seve e. r a skuptahtina. I Intend to take up Cedar Rapide, loa.
the Oen. ginuer;s at New Chlwang and on the dent. again my ancestral traditions an
the Orient. Yalu river for the purpose of survey- ho o br happne Cedar R d. Iowa, Juno 1
V ictoria, 'f. 0., June 18.- -A-ccorditn 5 i g these districts. Jackson, Ky,, Juno 1$. Vith th, .hope to bring. fret do mui 0d happineSsC
ma41l avioes received from Yokoha- t I Is also stated that a large num. testimony closed ju aged byto my fatherland.1 rospectfuly Threeme wore illed a for
kI S by the steamer yo Maru, while the her of Americans have lately bee en-1 Jt ede I* an a ument, o pray that your majesty continue to Jured as tio resutlt of a.eoLisin of a
Tu pblem, In 'Manchuria remains tiring Manchuria to spect there takering i coun tyel p tateof abeyance attention ha tory and to watch the mov ement o general beif hero tht. dcisive re majesty entertain r my fatr up grav trai at mira, 0 iles
S extent been diverteell be reached In lie present to the time of his death. Should 0 hero, this morning, The accident
Southern borders of China, where he Ch says that using naval trial f CU Jt ans W te ur majesty be pleased to show was d by the failure o the gra
SdisturbancesoIhave occurred e maneuvers are sng on i the neigh-t for the murder ,of Mac Although the same sympathOy in the flflllmeit el train t o to car R the ma trac before
wang Si has been the seat of a frt. borhood of Dalny. On May 15, 15 the Jurors are not resident of Breath. of my duties, it will ake lighter the the passenger train arrived, T dead:
S rebellion for some thime and Russian warship which wereo t akit the most. tU pretic task for me. It Is my intention antd l1,,n lurring, of1 L.tbon, atd tw
Ed atthba inces are reported from Ct in the maneuvers sailed at welded than Prta e trow e of to ied rit tho nl tory t0u red$tag eltl t
p lgtb g province of Yeuna. Arthur. A portion of the fleet play the jury and. others atAte acquith Th e e or rl a ud t n ther follow t. W la ly t t the











elltlONAlIjE IN TROUBLEt jxeo enroute to Manchuria to eneagl towers, as sharpshoota eight p Tek e Aou. mMyer sy ry pae. passenger en e 0
o ofthereo rTsRrUn e the -part of the Japanese navy while m o Undrt m thee cohndt bo otheas not i I ut terms.: ut llt. d the retci tg
m that Juprov Prior o a aarming tfor e ssof for that came to then far beast o trrrhe tont. inues to weui ta k nwd you my be cn tariffmil tary tad ny ar. Mnr
t re.o recepe.tly play that of the Russian navy. twily havb one tO i was ogtou au'd t ficeat i o your aceasho to the ae the n tt
n i m s -of win D Shang ecom roa papr rone, I ?delre to assure you without t r s atn d thigh broken,
tbd tl b worth serve Admiral Alexieffo is commanllged theleram aths w ro the provianuiing ht, did not y llan, flran t the l
Japan Tmso delayof, lytoy-
ches from Peking that the Rus at moveents of the ships from his 0 frloc train, holes. i"B H a e o l n, betwona od thy coand ttuh or: yhelollnt, a8 Co
lang for Eurty of fe hang us said to extent from the ryes therday ele toseheld re appy reign. May it be vouh todor ct, oTrar, a a
rty, have hired hundreds cf Chl' gilf Of P e Chill tfor arson and the allogo -tt empt last to your m a jest? to carry out, success- geir, rlbs b rolk~ n.
S ofghwaymen his manyother appearing Awhere ards the i Ru n san owafor the far htway to kill those footr*stdl on flthe t he rvatlv nobletl;i Ntosioniroal bitoTin











Pe bi the linm r Now Yorke the government la In a state of great Panhandle. A Kuard of ldirs a<- O AgT BRTAIN''AND ftCRVtA, and othIr fictlons. 27. Tots o
soldiers. A cording to as bond xtenive maneuvrsmy opnionl take place anxiety .astoWhi andt a hiwpn to the u py land, sorely vIited by 11.











w^e ane to answer a o ult ditions abould be formarle rejected. If aboard, the ttrsd. The camp to lo p.o.a.. Roctions Btwoon lh Second electlott are rerlr 14
lar paper, a Chines official n in the neiborhood of Korea. oer tne n th de h successr koft stor ad he Official Rturns. from Thre Hundred
churia is report to have been 1 The Osaka talnloeh reports that Iater the triol close n.l ht s boon raising t agndon n after the sove rdanc Tl e falre of either of th nle.
shd at the nstanc e of Russia. ar Chinese cwar on Ruies have arriv decided that Captain wen was not which It recently sta l An t he atirli, Jue 18.-the S aI t t
ago and San rans. ArrChwange froments ieare bTin mand Chto sae hlrc even Inwy the cap with th e y fetson rtVi rdliz d tel tthirough tory in th r at the eci on elet ct d
IONAIRE IN TROUBLE. Fo aenroute toN anchuria to envagthe and enrs, as sharp shooter s an htand ep the heinous nti universally roprobat. was lar ly at the owponill b the wo
R tuo_ k- railway work and theoconstructlion him out sore tim eho was not ed crime. Your majenstyy may rely on radical parties, whlo etu as the *
S Just Priortoailing for f fortifatons and barracks for the: in the ton. support and rindshp e ut lists d the lat e t
Europe. Rossians. j 3. 3. Ewen, who wa4 r-opo1 toJ to j lugttouistask, anal you may be ycn' tari ff, military ttsd navalt ffalrs.huenc
Ji tli 8.- w in i. Shan ghai 'paprs give the following hnave fled from camp hee last night ,,at l a h d o n thei th no
ted to be worth several trahsltIon alleged telegram' as well as the previous :-iht, did not fI t d Ni1 e, as 'it l t y eur own, to mrvian, ot di tlntlly iYore roml the oi
spent last nght a dted May 12 fromChang Chin Tung leave uti th sor i. He to tn andstwrengt had enturietdly ad to. to
w street ,Jai. oe s at Prekngh tothe acting vlcgqrop at Wue' the -o'cIott train, bJsa411 g it at ai neighborly relations whtlh have. exist UTh official trnril Oo th
i for rope toda"hIs Chang Tuan rang:Poi nt had rodi thte river cri t he mati t o hl rogbe t o Brin o t tor. a0rty 0or oNew trvt , wrf
Bo his mother appearing i"Atregards the Russian ,ltions ehd by wYn of the footbrldg e on the tries" ld C rt at, ore i Nat ional iberaT.,O
the liner Now York, the government is in a state of Bgreat Pan adle. A guard to h ol f des a t wt N un u ER i s anvd hr factios, 27. Total of mre
o is deposited as bond perplexity. In my opinion thesecon- r oS ;aned thrw him and st h -safely GREATt tnr wah t elected, t e 1ti
ndte to answer a stilt ditonsT should be formallY rejected..ItIj aboard. the train. Thl'ho eim(rp Is !o-
glit by his wife, whom the Russiani maintain their dmak4s, ca lt In the ritivranknd e di n etd Diplomatic Rela rtions who Sia iptio s ar o ot irod l
Pasao March 1, a1900 we should beg the ourt to transfer the not have to expose hi to dthe part Two, O governments. i "Ac you o t r
ltB t silto tday. oat of govrum tht to Nan King and of tile town corwtlflod b)y the dont London, Jne i Ar fairet of eithr of er
well known figure in declare war on luts1a, .nant"fa ction. "Ie go ut several of his e ith, his pro ise, P rem ier Balfour in a r'ties to get a single seat do nl
ago and' San Francls- Arrangements are eing made to Cal- children away yeste rdny to relatives thO1 house of comMons today, anaipflol mean that they wll not Kget nul
ebrate the seventieth birthday of the and friends at different places amid s. theg Itrormntion ,regarding thio attitude .of melmilber alt the second olC tiln *fl
t, di upon which 'Judge Chinese dowaager em press lit Noemn cured t a itaie tfor hi-swif nd younger of the lrith M over tn 4nt atowrdiy then their candidates will. be uppog
order of detention, her next. Over $10,066.000 are b ling children. here until hlo can wako.othor orvla. .iH(e nsid the diplonsatir roein' l 0 y All the antleeiutallst patis.
rhs herself as bing seurroiton for the ele.brat on.aag nations with $crvia, which edd .with
o w.S c ^o , , v.^,^, ,n , ,0 .. w "^ -. 1 1 1
Sto hcr husband I'.st TIn Flag,I former minister to Wash. 'JaU+l-.e F Pretach. the- otod leader b' "ft 'tnifld ,------"--
rnfhnl to l .in a i ing I.ton; has been Appointed a vice ain-. of the rench fac-tion, f rf ih r neh .- Tho government ba't eorwsldo:r' Salsl on Ocea1oniFo roe Amev KitAir
I;lihelrefuisodIt, ar n listten.of foreign affairs, v e aChin. Rorimrotffud, who is thelead-ing law-wheth.. .It"sWhouldo non cir.o""ies''Edward 11n14110"Mo.$
Going abroad for h a thr tie ee ehite rgh wich. r ho isgredtheBWa ar-. ca London, 7 i A
e rd the wol SAW M iME IN SE ION beat th opttingm ti t or the1 Itl by lthltjiW t t ish i lag of pple
asshe has lived& -par-t i ,j den Letorew luge tdwln 1, Istetr,' t, however, had bleouh ltg a t to t o Ot today t$44r
is. p lit on ., *"' h ) i ad sa id t~h at WVit.o + C raw f s 1,t plls t. i an" protect B ritish jute O ce an e fo r N ew .or 'h ,r ow d
Jacum se "et-er fo f f r.fft nG&$-,-l,._,me 11-. e Georgi h a been-arrettpd had oled0 Ju 4,e '-e l-e would aot be, accredited to cheered blita hertil wbtfithr'ro,
Saw Mll m istioa segn Ito. regularO BiantOn sprang, t hih, fet .ad ta i Usnon %vornsnnt untIl further h,- a waved his.falwl Pa ebe ine
i OMt T PAN n*M w" ti a go attdance, Prs- Jo I threw himse lf aIt W411 'the ,ru cla. n Ket.,sa 0 bud4i-whIc. ;t had Wa cheered by e # 4 eqctingnt.
of. of .Labor Aaint, CeC''riflR" s at up for discus 1 quiet1ir the.coiut room.r Judge lied,"T'+ ojwers, In. rgard, to wheat as pton so followa: testi; tII
%wine then tb'estsaed t' -4 jul sttltn the govwom+nnt i-reived In, f "As you sareo jus MM

&eIon Ji...then -- "4- ........ w..th.hi ocnat bus s sh td it. $4 i .
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w oT astira o Proeasr ."..... - "- 8* 0'ttq w 1 N. M, 9W !l,- 58 WaiM 1:M4 i C ritl' the
l, sae t.he <'Rnpany will astr yor: -rof e.ssoerb V. e ~. te dykV0 at. A.lameda, ...es eottwr t. ..i ., doe of .the lte K'in
p farmed. He Said that Jrof art a eid aboet has bee fet ally closed MiL of ern, to co rfulir ut4 be:
uarity be a mutual camn rf*Rl. Ithe h P ol and with a larg frt ofa mes to guard son. She i ad to Iep hr e
Sthe menbership wou pricil of the hWitgh scho ol se 9 ftistet a s ie house ad notallow hIs to p
, only the offa i ersW 8 being f e. r M, I rgt.,Ot wI, o a ..st P "eo 1. pear .e the -strt. ..*at. .to pr. sted
abor will never know Mt 1, or a. te Sx of the lower vle tears that tois a4fle as t o u s of,
lbor wi41(ne4er *kno Wi Mis v Toson Site ud wat h pothA are Mv . fare that s att empt mi be tade toj
k" U ordedsa rt o* ont Mrs i tets os thae hihlsaitde It is nnjurdr ybug Mlan. althoA4.gh it he
j ly rating combIned J ttitOC r an tMeS pit feare thatTh W^l beM yp p DL u believe that there will eve he
y makieg an onslaght Hoton, te achrs n t e .... -" f a l n those driven ..m. ther 5 proeprt of t ie suee sp6 to the
SThe object of sbj apartment Th k w? Utmwt t1 teI1rew, oe gI1s eipan.
. .. .. . ...... fr .... w o > In ch arge 4 the l .. ... ** r 116 |' bo o * T.,... ,. ,^r r.*o,
to prottet adepen- Il, om f Mrs. Y (am-pb- aid W .. t E thqua in Ports o.e.
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rotary MAoo47y spmiswe the follow
hag appeiatiMsm, all of tba ap
point bi it'tt flNIew .York: .(.a r
tat, Ctiaudt W1 les to be olietf o,
the bnmtts of qtean, ale.erint upon
Ithe ntvons of Oeor~e w. wlvim.
. 1 0. 04t4We to n.s-ater ttre
WUI ttos tbhe rtert, S of Rast Ad
*tPUM A ,. MaclB this month, oyew
Snaitlat C .os4oMigy 7. EWiott, to be
o0wmiaeat of the Markt cor p5
*ti.aMi~t~Wife.


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4 e Mi i, ttt Will Cost
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|i~efi41n,' :tipd up," comtfl
Zionor Juge Wills i :n the
S o'olockThursday"aftel-
| tiBitea young. i man who
e.lybeen tried and *oovioted
der of Thos, W. C(Jark at

i0one1 who occupied a poal-
the witness box, arose. 11lt
on was sallow, his expression
,rtled and gloomy, for 'he was
tr: of that which was about to


puponthe serieou, g
Vtgeloftmurder. YoVu' have ha!
:1$i i pt4rtipartial trial before a
wiiouomtrtymein; you have had
7~ 't*age. of able, distinguished
g7 p;etent counsel, but this Jury
| ter de ldalIboration of ninety
o tt, adjudged that you, are gti
'4(41 *nd Ba've so rtipgned a verdict ;
h Jv shown you thb miercy of o rbith
however, anudnow Iwant to ask yo
thir'e l anyTreason why the 6e4t(
.of tIe law shall not be passed u

:'I r. was a moment of {sih
in, g ; thae little crowd which.
77 .pSthered about the bar of jusp
iWtBU al. realized that there could
buat o e sentence, a feeling of sor
"pwivailed whivh was evident on
: .part of even the dignified Judge
the benoh.*
"There Is no reason, your hown
Toplied the prisoner in a cool,

"then the sentence of the court
S that ~you, John EasBterlin, be 'conu
o la thl State prison for the remiai
f your natural life,"
Just think Of that I A boy,
blooming Into, manhood, when
should be an instrument of useful
to all about him, now being sentel
to labor in the grim contlnes Ofra
n for the remalnder othis life. W
we must accept the verdict of tw
: square, honest men, at the same .
the people will drop a tear of a
pathy not only fui the prisoner,
Kr hil. loved ones as well. How nI
mothers who havl dear sons will
Stear of sympathy and condolence
S'this unfortunate condition of affal
i'.a home blighted and sorrowed fore
04nly to satisfy the passions of a
A,;,!ent's anger, .t
'; e court convened at .0o'l
SThe flrst case called was that of S
vs.1, a age Seymour, charged with t
si.ilaugliter. Prisoner was- arralj
iad l pleaded guilty. '
The oase of State vs. Pinkney Joc
i" allaughter, was called. Dofen
was arraigned and pleaded guilty,
CoUtrt adjourned until 2 o*al
when the oase of the State vs, Mo
Drew, murder, was called. The a
.lnoon i Was spent in elmpaneling
,,- swe'arlig a Jury, whVen court adjo
ed unti) l.o'olock this morning,
Ladle i and Children Invited.
Ai:. ladlet and ehildren who cat
stand the shocking sttra.ti oflaxa
syrup., eOafartlys, tac., are invite
ity the famous ,ittlo Early Rio
Share ditfferentt from all other
Thoy do ote purtg tlhe sytetom. i
double xdose wil[' not gripe, weo
Of si0ken; inmany ieol l call t.hIei
Isy Pill. W, H. flowell, Ifou.
*;, says nothing better cabe b<
o oist ip&tlon, saiek headacho,
fl Moor, d'RAf ett'., Ind.,. y
thYr t gipe. and asicken, while
little Early Rksra do t
Swo wuand easy. Sold by B1odi
o* OolluVI,.
Re'Trolly 'Car Men Strlke.
^^ *I'UeaInond. VY,, Jun I$-'-ht
x pO'ted strike of the. trolley car
:', ^tlor jhtiher, wages wu eatted a t
7 t oa^ t'^ loek this moranhig. It
up t; e 4t.tm .* luchmond. M1no
.,,:.,,te ~ Xlat.t l rarbug. Not a ea
i. ruRt-I-.* The compoary expeotj
-l th*a, e- rb to^w to 1
out theeoasi. Theme hbe n *ao
i'h g~ilfrt^eg' *


NOT 6S OF SANTA PE.
Big. Reunion of the, Futch Family to
Occur .on 24th inst.
.$anta Fe, Jahu 18.-It is an adopted
Vuast6om for the Futh'i family a0 the,
2ith of June arrives to meet and cele-,
brate that day, sa it ia the birthday of
"lI Futeh, their old veteran father.
His children, grand and.great grand-
children will meet in a family reunion
oiu that day at the residence of W. M.
1l.iitch In the shady grove in front of
the rekidenee. A feast will be spread
oni a 7:log table prepared for the oce6I-
Siotn and presided over by that old
pioOeer ..ettler, surrounded by o-01
hundred of hi. devoted offuprings.
'jrandpapa will be the eeiit-or ofattrac-
tion, on this occasion May he live
long to be comforted by them.
ilii loldei- is one of aan ta Fe's most
substantial fariners who has bwen
quite sick for the past six wv.ak. We
are gIad to report is iow coIvalesceut.
EI. J. Baird will commen)coe the opera-
tilon of his mill at this place soon.
The corn crop prospect is not good.
the" sorriest for years is the .verdict.
Cotton an average, but late. Canet
Orop good. Grass in abundance and
hard to down.
Those who havo bees are taking out
1i10e quantities of honey. Bees are
rich this year.
Worthington Springs is those center of
attraction now. Bathing and failing
is fine, the river is low.
Mis. Alma Blitch has returned from
a pleasant visit to her sister, M1'rs. J.
M. Rivers, of the Central City.
..Ei .Futch is visiting relatives in
Gainesville and will remain for sev-
eral days.
It is to be hoped the commissioners'I
good roads meeting will develop in
good for the county. Good roads have
never beekiseen only in print in this
county^.
There will be a grand basket pilnie
at Worthington Springs on the 4th of
July. All are invited. Distinguished
speakers will be invited to speak oni
that day.


nirm BUILDING TRADES LOCK"1 OUT,
rt is Company Throws Ten Thousand Em.
ined ployen Out of Work.
ider New York, .Jn!in 18,--'ren thousand
employes of the George A. Fuller Con.,
just tructlon cotripany were thrown out of
Se work today by ordor of the company,
nes thls imaklng the l)ciout. n the build-
ness Ing trado. corzplete. While not join.
need liag tlhe Imployers' asaoclation in mem.
pris- bhrship, the Fuller company took 'this
}hile sympatlrttlc action on the same
elve ground as those inalntained by memn-
time bers of those "nssem'bly.
ym.n- Today the 160,000 laboring men who
1bt are idle because they are members of
any building trades unions have been serv.
shod e(! with the ultimatum of the com.
blnedo contracting constrietors thnit
for they will remain Idle as long as tho
rp- Individual unions refuse to sign the
gver, plaa or agreement of arbitration pro,
110- poasd by the .mploysm' association.

ook. uWv -Ulu
tate MlksM Kidcye and Bladder nRight
nan-i ... ... .
gned Frelght Claim Asoolatlon.
Detroit, June 18,-Over 100 fr telgi
ines, ilaim agents and general traffic man.
dalit agers of .rallroada belonging to tho
IFrolght GCrtam asgsoclatiou are attend.
Ioek, Ial the twelfth annual convention of
nroo the nasoclation which met today. Tw S-hundreo. and twenty-oneo railroads be.
afer long to the asoBclatio u in addition to
atni a number of stoambo at lines. The 're
trh- port of the t'cretatry-.traaturer, VW. P.
Ta ylor of tiohiond. Va., showed I
total dme3mbe'rship of 921.
anot TUal l sitiirKa -PI snt.
tltve It IS claul1ied that ito >htleasint of
d to the English Dr .ers Irteo dlrttly to thM brilliant bird of
to th I .Jte'alOt'Is II Jun. A01.heal autlft
,ven i CQ ten Wer, brought fromm JtJapan nd crosstol
t the wilthe iconnton species. The rel sult
ton'. r(t tllsi S, t Is suhl, that a new race
aUed ti birtia wnas Introduaced. and thel. l,'au.
e, tiftul pheasalltt. with I s Irihhdoent
Ml iluiil.a;, was' fi, tol o. 1b1 as an IEnjishli bird.
for T> Alac nlm-Auotlher babyy, and a girl thlsj
ite, ? o* I.doVt na it liakt you feel
Ions to bave yat ih literv?
mee Iipley--Great Onte of the first
little ths yu thinik about it ts how a for.
ties :laln notbleimai will come tcortitng her
)he *Some day atn bow you'll tiru tin
r th dowa goot aot.pro!per.
I tO i a" we-,
tawk Self silade pedestal ar a good de 4*,. twren nuwMorort than self madn meu.-

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RAILROAD
Offers VeryLow Rates on Fot10wlingDates
Colori t Ti'1kets to Collforita, Utah.
N6vada, New MeNto, AriZon0V. Colo-
rhdo. Oregon. Wamhlfigton. Montana,
Idiho, Wyouiln' on sale until June 15.
St. Louis and Return
ONE IA1 lIE PLUS 25 C~NTS. On sale
June i-17,igo(o to return until June 25th
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Return
National Encampment G. A. R. Tick
eta on stale July 31 to nAugust 13. Good
to return until October 15. '
Denver, Col., alid Return
On sale June 30 to July Oth. Good tore-
turn until Augiust 3tat.
Through TiPulnn sleeping ear daily between
Jaoksonville, Macon, Atlanta. Chattanooga,
Nashvtlle and St., ouls. 'ree reolinnf chair
car between.f Nashville and St. Louis. and
throukhl Pul lman sleeping ar daily between
Nashville and Chicagoo. Tibts is the only double
track line between Chieago and the Ohio
Rivers 1or full particulars, tickets and pamph-
lets a.ddre.s
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No. 1 rown Bldg., Atlanta, Va.

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devoted especially to the interests of
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Air Line Railway.

SOEDTUL ErrTBOTIVe APrLin1. 1908.


87 I 5l55 SOBR LPlVI8ION 1 .
9 a 900p 10 Lv. ............. Ja'-aonvle ............ Ar 1060 W 7 i &n f600fp
10 s 9641 I 50 .......................AVdwl.............. .... 8 80 4
11 46 8P4 0 p ,,........... Watdo ................... 8 20 4.49 a 2 0
18I0p. 46 :-0 ip 4 Ar........ OAINESVILL t .....;..... *.... IN 1 a7 s lu i8p
S. ..... 4 7 4 pp Ar........... Cedar Key. ... .. ... .' 5 a
.7 4-pr..............,edrey..... .......... 615...........
1 2 ...... ....... Lv................ Sliver Sprlng.s............ .......... '12 5
S 4 p i 0 ....... ............................................................ .. 85 12
2 56 0 a ...... ...... ......... Wldwood.................. .....Il2 11 &
S 10o p 745 a ........ ..... ............ Orlando .,............... .. ..
4 14 p 4 42 a ..... ... Dade ty. .................1 .1...... 9 i 10 37 a
l 11 S 48 a ..... .. .......... ...... Plant City ...........q.... .. ..... o p 9 45
7 08 .. ............. a tto............. ..... p 7
28 p ....... ........ ...6...Manateet .......... .... ........ .T 7 27
7 44 P 1 2 s ....... ............... a... a.. sa ta..,......... .... 1 t B )
00 p 6 46 k .... Ar.......... ...,...... rnipu .......... ,... Lv- : '. : 006


NUORTH ANDJ. VAaST 1 8 1 150 I
Lv .aksoionviile......... 8 4 7 0 p .. ....
fArFeruvidna ............ 1 o ......
Ar Bronupwilk......... 0 lO l ;.
ArKa'v"ngh ........... 1 p V, 1)a
&r Fairfax................ o09ot 144a.
Ar IDeumnrk............... 8571 2Wa .......
Ar Colutmblat.............. 580p fa ...
Ar Camden............... 740p 554a .....
A.r Hamle.... ........ 9 p 8 a
Ar W ilmi gton ....... .. ..... .....
Ar Southern Pne.......... 18 p 8 'a.......
Ar aleigh................. .168pl04B .
Ar Portasnouth............. 8 6605 P
A.r Rihonod, Va.......6. 686 8 l .12 p.
Ar Washington .............. l1o o 8801 .
Ar Baltimore ...........,. .11 m p.
ArPbliladelphla .i........1. ISp .256..
Ar New York.............. 4 15p 6S80oa


WZST AND NoW OYLJSANS I 8 .'
I v cksuor ville ....... .... ..8 it
Ar l.fki E CtHy....................... M' .:'
A ; Live o k.:......... :........... 86p i W p
Ar M adfson ........ ............ 7 p 12 8 p
. Mo 11 ...... . .. p10 81
ArTnallaiassee.............. ....... 0 82p
Ar qinoy .... ... ..... .... .. a 217
AS !I'ver Junction ..... .... .... .05 p
Ar Penstaolp................... ...t B0 p
ArMobile.................. .......... 256a
Ar New Orlesans........................ 7 5 a
Lv Jack0onville................... 'ip
Ar Macon....................... ".......... 7 5
Alanta.... ....... ...........7
Cbattnooga......................... 00
Nashvlle............................. I I p
l icago.............................. 5 156


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, eeeptti
Saturdays from Gainesvile.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond., afe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express casrs e-
twoen 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; 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and T ursdays, 11 p. inm.
/ AA 0. O MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. O. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. 0., both ways.
The Fest Steammps in the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines |
Direct Service Between JAOCKONVILLE, BOSTON and .
PROVIDENOE, and.'.All Eastern Points,
Calling at Oharleston both ways,.

Southbooad,....... .......... .... .From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbqud ......... ... .. From foot of COtherine st., Jacksonville

Clyde St. .Jons River Line I
Between JAC otONViiLi.L and S.A&polD
Stopping at alatka, Astor, St..Franise. Deresford (DeLand), and Intermedlate
"autings on St. Johns River I
Steamer CITY OP JACKSONVILLE : 7
is appointed to sail 6 folows to
"Leaves aukaonville 8 80 pn. Sunday, Tuesdays a,<3 ^ hsa
Leare.Sanw 9f80oa. m. Motdays, Wvdnesoays and Mna y.r 7
Leef.d3wU. ;i UL' Nt, we
Leave 8 8:m n........ .......Jakonlie. .


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IN'i' 1 ,. .. 1 1- 4..4. i ;, '

othoerh re atpresentl
oatN Miotes s Evagelite Fildes of Jaokson-
pg suburb. ville was pleasantly entertained by'
i ll A. iTucker, her many friends he"e last wwek' .
8tiqns, was visit..- Miss AniN andall, intIrrating
nty apltal Satu rday. young lady, is now atther sister'a, Mrs.,.
,,k and her charming Turner. t t
X )Akrthy, who have been Quito a surprise was tod'r1d thUe Vo sA
Says with' Mrs. L. R. numerous fr i :mds Miss. ,MatIioi o
reed to their home in. 1ied- Adami, wen it wa* anntuined t hat taowurott
Se was married to Mr. Oarlos Ah1 4'
-4, th Mrs. Jolly has been of Blkshear.,(a., Sunday moriLng. E
il. 10. o'c k. ;, Rev.' Stinmeyer Petr-
Aa.tiB' tLakland, who-~-As ormVed the tcremony at thlo residue A
l ws k with his fa4a, of 1 bride's. grandmother in the
nths afernoon. presel.e otfrelatives anid asfew int L T AR
S8.jolly aand her daughter, KItW. frlond&, -'Thty lefO 1 t 110t 11 (or 1.Uul.r IIIW. TM C
are guests in our town from their iew home. .It is. with sorrow outHBou--nIAD U wiM .
llei ... that we gita up .this young lady, "for. ----
lggle McOarroll, aUaseinating she possessed thelove and confidencee
lady of Gainesville, is visiting of all, though now we wish her a I the - 1 --- :.
.. hppiness that. life can afford. i 4iv...:
oy entaloupes and melons are S. D..Thoimns of High Springs was in .4
|nti forward and the growers our town Thursday, c "il 4 :::"a'"
aem to be pleased over the pros- Mrs. Dickeroon and dai.hter, Miss t ,,,....
'L ; Nannie, epenta few dayswith Mrs, .. i.
S1.ulia Tillman has departed O. Zetronaer. i4S1aI Y.... l....
ir- midst for a visit to Iteddick. Mr. Muirrel] has worn sueh a sad o., :tf. LLV .
re "twillnot belong." face recently. Wonder what is the ( ,, .
"Sptain young man seems to have matter with our operator? .
ait hi hea inoe Miss Lula May His Last Hope Realized. ...0 .....,
i .aa pap:r young lady whose romn the Rentluet, oebo. Mo,).] g
in. Tatia .. rminated her visit In the first opening of Oklahoma to
Khe.lle. settler in i89, the editor of this pa- ;..'.
. PIhifte'asberen in town work- per was among Lhe many seekers after ........
* hi interests. fortune who made the big raoeone lne a .... ...
SCOapell and sister, Hattie, are day in April. During his traveling ;
g Mrs. Thigpen. about and afrerwards.his camping upon .t P ";'...
-.young people enjoyed a picnic his hlaim, he encountered much bad ....
nans LakeThursday. water, wih, together with te over .............
nj*oyhable affair tas the delight- g n a very oevere diarrhoea in S A% I 4
r which it Semdalosot impossible to ii 4 an
ity given by Mrs. Jones last cheok, and along in June th ecasta he, Pbe. ... ..
cg. e ameso bad he expected to dle. One ""
. ASnes Zetrouer, who has"een day ueof his neighbors brought him .
the F Nmone unnil bottle of Chamberlain's ""3 At ...8
"h(ng the E. F. 8. Normal, is now ,i. Oholora and Diarrhoea Remnedy BO
ze* as a last hope. A big dose, was given
, Whitely of North Carolina is him whil lOhe was rolling about on the -
on business. ground in great agony, and in a few .,
iregreet the fact that Mrs. C. IE. itt he do1e.1 41 was re ed. The Sarztis.
good offeT oi" thutthetimeicine W 80on.1
tedy president, has moved her iiotct ad andwithin an hour the patient ii .. i' .., ..
St;o Gainesville. was taking his flirt sound sleep for a .. ........ oseen .... t..
rt. Shettleworth of Evinston has forniiight. Thatoone little bottlit work- ......... erprl .
v st.ialting helr daughter, Mrs. d4 ope a 1C cure, and he cannot help I A....... ..
h.|8lt~i hbut feel graHftil. The eesouion for bowp 3a. fOCT W
1Holder and wife made a brief thi, item. Fors nae by al rugTist a ty i
;!tao` tka thiewWek. and wed icine dealers. *o tk O 114
Sp r 4 p10 (
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NOSTROV86 SEAPD UP.
STATIONS. .
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tBho ftvfe'414t4 t titI.)u tOi r t r iavai h ----- --- ~ Jn1the Oompany hlold .14ldrisp-ag4th & ,LifoT oay doly i.yr Wy oh4nqu1oa.e >.4l4> t h.
'riC E Is hereby liven tha the follow.lto nI s riotl l landr, tt s te, lylnta an be tii .....d... ....."-.n-- -,
iot alneaville, In the count of Alehiibf 11i the State. of Florkia, will be Hold at public A A
iat fro atof the court house dooron Mo(nda. the ith day, ofJuly, A. u. 19, it aillnes- I AN
ia olt 1ori1da, or) so much Ithereofi as wwillI,11neeSay to py the aSmounlt due A AES i CVJ AN.14
8 Oey of G lnesvinle for taxes for the year I4 (). hereino et opprstr to the hO a ti INSULAR AND CD TAL STEAMIN.P CONN"rTI IS AT MIAtlI.
tze OOst of le andiavcrtismuent. " ELLIc, 'rax (ollector. ENINULAR AND 0CIDENTAL 8TEAMHIP NN T AT MIAMI.
AME .DESCRIPTION...... h.. ...... ........... ... ... ...... ......
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,otu, Mrs, S. M . .Co u at N :wv < 3. i a. I I. ort siturvey (4ulne-

It I, It.,uter' .Addl tti ont.itae.avle.r itta north
95 U feett. el.Ast M1 1 (c' ., outlih 5 feet.t titI
w n.t 4:1.3 feet to bt4 i nlllu tl. "
ky- ......- ,Lot t r, 4 er'' AdOltlnto oGane.svil10 4t
I........ ..>.Co t4. 'St -00v of MlicalOnno
NL'Otr ets;t.il ri 4 U. o thI h (l)'feo.t. s(tw& 4ff.let.
North 1i t)fC U1. ai1- wt*Nt t ? I' fe t to begin-
41141 it I" M. A. tIfHf.T 'N 4>-(i3vl -o- ...(.- ... 4
,phne. ..... Lot 4t feol nrtnt ;tUd.outh by W feet oast
and west, bet 'ee thoe A. lit. Davidson lot
and W. A. (' 1E. C. Pound's estate, it1 S 1-4 ...., .,
................C'onu at 1So 4or Lot 16. B 3. It 1. ROper's Ad-
dition ulaineuville. amul run north O0X feet,
west 104) fdet, South feet. eas.t 100 toet
......... ...1 ot 314. 17. 14,I Si. 2 and .4 in Ei X 5.
S Browi'. Addition GI.tln*vlle............... t
e ir of.. Lot 1, i B3, Roper's Addition Gainevlle.... 4
S........... Co on north ide .Semlnary street at
polmt 1680 tet west of center of UtateB
street. andi r~turh feet. wNeDtt tt feet,
soutb hDW tcfts efoea 54.1w* faw t to bot) n 14
S. Lot 15 and A L tot N',Ok H0a &alat. I
Se.-' o " NS. Of N 68. lruah'.dlitiGaiaoes-
.8% l 4*. 1) 3. Urwn's A' t t'(at \f foo
t0001%h *il s 5di b by 1b7 feet eat ad aet, -
s^BBl la'esln Ailitlont.aint6irll, ... ........ .
St I rustAi3tlh i. S
.... -4 ott. JJ 3. t tOwn'b* Additlon OIunem-
EB l-'---- Lot .---- ***1 AdIttU t K9
..Wl of lot 0. "I ot .Brogh A"dil lon to
Con tt 21feet wett eof e or. of dey i-
r eIW'1 lo tn It l.irftibAddltion totJoi. w
I le., IvA I run w*oth wi feet. We4xt 1 feot..
owth W feet. Hnd Is 1I) feit to begiea
14,. . E of rs, L .t ?7.Bmn#iWsA4dioeto(hlsle.
wid e ..... .. .-....... .. . ...0
.heir. *.. I lou In Nt t ,l,4tr.o;ItiAO4ltlt4s> sowftahMe -
,!!1 ri. tllet ofmi2otlAt at a Maei It4 fe _
wetl of No a o of t*he blookS ral irus wit
141)-: fe t, wet 74 feat. 1M.th I4' feet *dS
e-st 4 feet to bei~tl ............
.. ..... ow.510et e lse o erow *5 1 a f e .
Kt o o "s i t h i 1f f e14 t. e"M ta l-6"1 .4t.,
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.to 0 .... fesrt. .ntt& 0 fs s e5 .at 1 ... f .e
S- M aA NOSofuteioh of S eer of 1it 5, (Mf -,0
la.i1 IpTt. Iattstutwrvw. for betaa4tnu. .d
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(fet. *ant w *evt fietI toOrOa&"W'. ,
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The question of Title a
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Abstract of Title
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. Ahlebut county furtlshod
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TAXES RtETU'ruINKE
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REAL ESTATE ''N
AND. RENTALS.:-
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haveo decided to work al hial ..t!,k
a4t LO Iteld Reutal illee9 A it1 will.
Ibo lhanihitl Am ally >bumIpep,
Iplned III my liwudca "i .. '
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LIFE ItNURANCUAE O., toklllft(
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DUiiMPED IN SAND "erra 14 "t-. o
S~^wir U' The brank,.or.:coldlO bridle, or goi
,, p 's bridle, was neither more nor less '
^ II'ioi i -Whini Soft R sdtdazi a wl.e. It ws In general use'
m11 +IIen Sv ----aiu lGreat Britoln from the sixteentb to
g y SBaved- a Few Livw the eighteenth century, nda in scot,
: ,Jand.'as well women were muzled fr
)aC IAN WITH THE PARTY certain offense some at least of them
v_....._A ITjoPA imnagluaryL tan real. The Instr-il-,
ment of torture, even .a dog's leather
Rogers of Ocala Held to Reins, muzzle, Is uncomfortable; heow mnch
..nd Horses Dragged Him Nearly a more the scold's muzzle? lt.consiste4.
udred Feet---Finger on Right Aecording to a high authority, Mr. WV.
red Feet-Finger on RightJewitt, of a kind of crown or franie.
Land. Broken. work of iron, which was locked upon.
SAt. leat two f the delegates to the the head, and It was armed lu front
t oa twoofseor and Good Roads with a gag, a phlte or a sharp cutting
ptunty ommis oners and Good oa knife or poilit. which was placed In the
O-nveftiOn, which has been iin session poor woman's mouth so as to prevent
Ai*this city for the past few days, will her moving her tongue, or It was so
i1meznber the ,occasion for a while. placed that If she did move it or at-
Thesedelegates were Allen Rogers of tenipt to speak it was cut In a ost
"0'ala. and E. L. Waterman of Citra, frightful manner. With this cage up-
who, with two citizens of our city with on her head and with the gag firmly
Abe best intentions, were the victims I pressed and locked ngatnst her tonge
' an exciting experience Thursday thed ulserable wcrea t hre t she sole of-
i.n0rning, with the result that Mir. 'fending perhaps was' that she raised
morning, with the result -that Mrn her voice in defense of her social rights
tgers has a finger of hi right hand against n brutal a,nd besotted husband
,broken and the other distinguished or hadl spoken honest truth of some
delegate is suffering the ineonven- one high in othe in her town. was pa-
ejneces of a sprained knee. raded through the streets, lhd by a
With that enthusiasm for which he chain by the hand of a bellman, the
sould be commended, iUhairman beadle or the constable or chalned to.
homas of the Board of outy Corn the pillory, the whbipping post or mar-
toneras of the Board of County Co, was de- t cross, to be ubJeeted to every con-
i.n:oners for Alachua county, was de- Ivble I1sult and degrdanto11 with-
strous of demonstrating to the gentle- out eveI the power left her of askIng
'men in question the progress being for mercy or of promising amendment.
'Made by Alachua in the construction for the future, and when the punish-
f.- good roads. Accordingly Thurs- mwent was over she was turned out
,day .morning he secured a car- from the town hall or the place where
|Iage aLd, in company with tit the brutal iniimihnent had imen In-
surteyor, A. o. Taylor, started flitted, matnitmed, liflglred, bleedilng.
re A. With fulnt and degrade.l^, to be the subject
Sona. short drive with is guests comment nnd jerlng anong her
; tom Marion. When they had reached neighbors and to be reviled by her per-
aH'int near the Mixson place, south, secutors.-i'reside Magazine.
,lone of the marriage wheel collided
Switch a stumpp which occupied a promi- EGG LORE.
ient position in the road. The horses
'were going at a lively gait, with the Eggs constitute the most universal
tesuit that the tongue of the carriage o unan food of animal origin,
beoame suddenly detached with a tre- P'lover eggs are esteemed a great del-
t'oaandous concussion. Mr. Rogers was icacy in England and Germany.
driving, and with that determination The flavor of eggs may be Influenced
,haraeteristic of a "man of nerve," he by the food eaten by laying hents.
hold the reins. lHe was consequently Ienis' eggs. have a white or brown
,jerked from the carriage and pulled a color, but ducks' eggs are bluish white
d isttaice of nearly a hundred feet be- ens and dcks' eggs are commonly
cu to offered in our market, but tut-key eggs
fore the animals could induce him to re seldom eaten.
release his grasp. The horses escaped In Virginia gulls' eggs are commonly
and had not, up to the supper hour last eaten, and in Texas the eggs of terna
a.1ght, been captured. and herons are gathered along the
In some way Mr. Waterman was coast.
`thrown from the carriage and Cus- Turtle eggare highly prized in coun-
'tained a severely sprained knee. The tries where they are abundant and,
fourth finger of the right hand of Mr. though once cotmmutonly eaten In Amer-
o0gers wss broken. lea, are now seldom offered.
SThe party returned to this city, be.- On an average a hen's egg is two
compelledld to walk a distance of and a quarter Inches long and one and
Compelled to walk a distance of three-qtarter inches wide at the broad-
about two miles, when i)r. J. F. Mc-
est point and weighs two ounces.
| Kinstry, Jr., administered his services itecent offcial government ftigre1
(to Mr. Rogers. show that eggt and poultry In the east-
This was the only unfortunate occur- ern states constitute from one-twelfth
rence oS the entire convention., ad to oue-sixth of the total value of all
h"Obalirman Thomas expresses his re- farm products.
i: grets at the misfortune. However, it
' was unavoidable, and the vntiie party Can Vorw. Ittle wos .
waun d i iiTo an overworked little woman who
.of course accepted the situation good- t from insoumla an old 'doctor
,u aturedly. delivered hitmelf as follows:
S Do You Enjoy What You Eat? l dev e' hea. so


'ou don't your foot does not do you
good. Kodol Dyspeppla Cure is
that every one should take
S i anything wrong with
h. There is no way to
hIealth and strength of nmind
y except by nourishment.
Ino way to nourish except
tIte stomach. The stomach
i .ept healthy, pure and sweet
atgth will be let down and
11i set up. No appetite, loses
1th, ntervoulstiness, headache,
4on, bad breath, sour 'risings,
indigestion, dyspepsia and All
Troubles are quickly eured by
iot of Kodol Dpkp.|sla Cure. 80 d
Itd: ford A Me{oloium-
tamation Favorably R.ceived.
'i't& cr-shQtg, iute Is .--The czar's
rtt.;qa ,,r to K, .. P1Dr i-. roil%
'a publntc r i.spron c f the uJ'qUlt1t-
favor wit, whtI'h th' prt":5imstiol
In peter wia re elved In official
a here.' 'It Iai rrgrded' as, esx
uty nlitke!Y In vlw oO the < tS
the A rva'f n .,,*o. that Ra15fa
pport tthe mu rti on thait th-
thonIo demand Otw punishment
'aassa*s< of King Ale. .ser and


*a5tgerfet P854. 'e.
iaor., Jane 1 .--Th+e Staertig ;
14 today rreesatted an t .Pilpo
Spasttt About ./100 utwe
fue. ?.di'dg the sinidtg so0
froS r m;rlntus from tbe. rttlUi

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6.00o. They are omaddening. Never
take night baths it.their action Ii too
stihmulating., 0o In for a few physical
exerciseu, including 'deelp breahtint g.
After the exoereik*i walk backward oni
tiptoe rpundtthe room until forty or
fifty steps have been taket. When In
bwL reiax the body .titl teiy. Tkae
Ions. Plow. deep bretht.l. and if you
must think of something iMatin yOeUr-
pelf t urro ndnd and supportedl by #t
soft strong, grey ctlot wi hth to hear-
ing yo(i off to stluwtlNrland. Drinking
a gla*s of warm nstlkh just bfore retjr-
Ing sometrmtmes hteals the trip.0'-Nsw
York Press.
MT &*1 *sale M**t l i**i.
*Ar yon umy thte l*tke waw alrto146
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"W'.'. 0ib1. lie rioked dat ISon, w*.
be. sPtitlbd blis fUt R.tegth ter itr b.
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"Bul-n x ,n*ko erot tk otrik 'les
"Mar. 'Frm." 'tid the old man, wue*
ltwti:r 'e-d 4I* e~,nrermsttoun rgtat what
It i* i'twr tcM. a irlitli b.t icslir t sttft.', liy Wn naatii.t-AUOlttt (OMMI


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Men We Want to Talk To.
i', bh lit'htc /tf l cr f( moan in G1aiwsvi/h'l was a clothing
frt "cr m j4h T'hIiIfs ic/r k fne+ the/ c )oi)tive facts in fhe eo
St' r ", /i n Gsit 'i/' 'fes f.trvid e ome sr'i ighit to vs for all his
:(/Ah w l t'/ trlt t 1 i h a itftir ogwn1t(4t o(i fthis w?{
tv( k's ?v v n (wi is: ir ''.0ti

TO TKE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
AN EXPERT ON DRESS.
Why are the best-dres
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Why do exports on dress ilva-
riably buy I romt us?
The answer is obvious--they
know what they want in cloth-
ing ld their discrimination
tells them we have it.


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Tit'lH'/l tI tulrt o say that if the


qucsthfi at teo put to all the critfl-
taffll/-carfl dciressers in (Gaintes-
ville, indiviluall'tf? or -olle'otivtely,
'as to who sold the beat clothiAfg,
the instantancouts answer wo tld
be: "17Ahy, Mafrcus Etiofl, of


Speaktii. (of expe rtt on clothing, we tNI ILOA'O QA A tIIT '


can elli to t experts beontse we b-uy *u
from epxr It--Se<'Iloqn 1troat & Co of
altnitivn' re., i It, idely-frltiu>( t mnakLers
of t he r 'lh't-lot hing-i,,-the- l Wo-' rld.


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Reutalers aad Jobtmrs in


Staple and Fancy Groceries
Grtal, garden SSed m Fertllzer irs


IIbghoet markiet prive pa4l forCh)Ickhk. EIMs mad othor Prnduae

Complete Wtock f Ha,. Ooni, O(ts .tour, Bran, Mfeat. Ooton M9es, ,Mesi
and Rite. We ha, ie 1i7ly the VI1RY WHr$ goodv at ith LOW
PRIt' s, lid guarantee satIsftetion always.



WINDSOR HOTEL


J acksonville's Finest
And

FLtlODA'S LARGEST AND
BEST YEAR-ROUNO HOTEL
DOOGE A CULLENS Owners sad Proprietors




H. F. D UTON &,Q.


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Goet (O1 of tu( CMt. ques.

Baird Hardware S Co


AlLIGATOR BKICS

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1IlNh WANTF.I
W A NTI'cD-U M n to leartt I
s%1 ed. 'l'lioroutthly ,
mt tal,,lshed IL ?.firtn
Louis, San li'rit-llsmco, 0
Took's giveCU, t1)IsOt>tAt '
ituiCll(l. MS Lit l A ltt
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I F YOU wtmt >t t t. ui-
Tur. s.tU. ontoo is the lit





NOTED FOlR SWEET
TY OF TO(NE, 1
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lesat plano for this tryl'
tune longer thantt othl
beot tmaterlalbs, aml
work ianshitpta
t Ut t'o dtea
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wbber trut, i, YO+frlaI i '
ote.s, CI h ,l!oI N s,'
nlll ludutiemeoi tltt b "
RU 'O LIAI, rtl NOW


tonot w )ol> pritiiln
eICC to gat It.


PiaIos,


NESS AND I'ttl
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ios olinitto. tatunds
.rc, eottstr'uotedl0 Of
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In t'avi'y
di Uin.
led.


Sold by uits contiuoutly for
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you
want a piano for a lifetime '
service buy the
MV athhushe 1! T|
rieo us a. low ats Ito onasatent with qunt
C0as or on ttOsy torum, Saent ot I ti lays' ''
trial. We pty frerlilt, Write "
for t prhtio *TODAY. ,


Ludden & Bate&i;

Southern Music House,

SAVANNAH, GA.


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this head tnerteS 4ot Oe Cent 0 10 Wo i,
In advaiieo. eOlch i0 trI on* :. ./. 1 ;-
Please aIswar Vadert0meu t a.f Ld4"
In ho a(dvertlseAnoni.


FORt N A
'rni aon(I of Ot a rl v OBatll w

tlneede, si tnta with tenltlb wil nd tO )t fOI

otr mkhnlneswill not ldu ach t l
tUoney I keci On htfd sit best iRR#um
ouhan>o. Seoondt-hand uish ne0 0 1k
prIoe. Call on or hlidroma e(, A,..l r
agent The Singer Mtg Co,
ulinesville, ti 4-7-daNO t


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.v., That I.e hereby oetend
o hearfelt- thanks to the Hlon. H.
W. ..o chairman, and lon. J. W.
Whi:e, eoi etary, for presiding over
the dedlieatons .of our convention;
to, -A. Manli, for fils valuable. ser-
V ie; to teon. Christophher Math-
bont, for the elegant address of wel-
come, the yonag ladies and gentle-
;men, for their iiweet music; to the
g eIrotuheart6ed people who have en-
ertned. us slo bea-titflly in their
home; the; Board of County Coon-
S Risilniers ofr Alalchim county., for the
special attention given; the ,mer-
i.. ant and ,ote1s, for oourtales1 ex.-
t-ended; and the railroads annd press
Our vist wil long remain with. us
Pa a pleasant spot in our memory. TIn
a(,hoguage of Rip van Winkle, may the
> people OfGaitinesvillo and Alachust
1 ouety'llve long and prospor."
At the dommnlslon of the report'of the
Icoilmmittee on. resolutions Chairman
Long addressed tho convention in a
few words, Hie said that he non-
,,.$iidonred this a most opportune momentit
to txprress to the delegates present his
tpprolattion of their hearty co-opera-
Ation. fHe was glad to see theo mintifeos.
taiOt oft so much onthusitasn and
,Interest, and, while tho advbcatos of
"eood roads had comn i long distance to
iOtnftr with one another in the interest
ih the Common oiase, he observed,
roul the good feeling which thad pro-
ailed., that the meeting had proved ls
tuSioh of a love feast as it had a con-
ye)nthion. In conclusion 'Prketidont
Leo!ng thanked tho citizens of Gaines-
wille for their hospitality, also paying
A iI 4Sl oiomplillmenits to "beautiful Gaines-
iV.lle,"' properly dubbed In the regolu-
tion "the .Atheus of Florida."
Chairman Long of the oominittee onil
;good road submini ted the following re--
."Yoi. r committiitee on good roads beg
Slave .to report that
S"Firt--We are unalterably opposed
:to the eormploymont of convicts in ri-
v arlry with free labor.
'8e cBeond'--We favor their eimpldoymont
upon :the public road. All idiort.~tn-
,teonced or n-.dd offenders upon the
...oounhty roads it the county where theI
oenesa, aw oominitted. Those stooped
I orime or. of tloig sntenoes to- be ill
hajrge of the State, atnd worked upon,
a system of 4tate- rotids to be provided'
'to by law.
"Third. We lurgo the State organ.
ller And president of this association
to secure at the earliest possible date
a4thejtoint and harmnonious action of all
'the.:counties intiterested in any trunk
tie north, south, east or west eon-
nl~etilgt the principal elties of the
Rsteo with the seaboard, and the out.
the world; looking to its early corn-
aixM?> thus creating a system cover-
Itg s. nearly. as possible the entire
"SFo4uth. We favor a hearty co-op-
sation with the National Good Roads*
Asslatlton, aind government aid to
he 8ttes in this work.
11a"Vifth. IIt possible to reaoh the
Smsome i we see+ in this work without
|Ytbe lIealtion. We thorofore
pu support to nen whomn we
W de.are burt *eOesas, and whose
titpp .we fim) coutdvt we


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FOLEBS KIDNEY CURB will positively cure any case
of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach
of mediclae. No medicine can do more.

If y6u notice any Irregularitles, commence taking
FOLEVS KIDNEY CURB at once and avoid a fatal malady.


BELOW S1 A TESTIMONIAL FROM ONE OF THE MANY THOUSANDS
WHO HAVE BEEN CURED BY THIS CREAT MEDICINE.
A. H. Thurness, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, 0.. writes: "I have been afflicted
with kidney and bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stones with excrucia-\
ting pains. Other medicines only gave relieLf After taking Fboy's KIdacy Cur
the result was surprising. A few dose started the brick dust like fine stones, 9tc,
and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. Fky'
Kldeay Cure has done me $1000 worth of good."


Two Sizes SOc & $1.00.


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Adr. FOLEY & CO.. Chkeo,IlL .-


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MR. HYVtE R'ECtIVkS CHECK.
His Texas Oi Investment is Paying
Him Handsome Dividend.
"You nmay say wlut you please about
T helt- oil propositions, but when a fel-
lovw 1 riked it right it's 'a good thing,"
reilmarked (leo. W. llydu yesterday, as
heIn disi,yed a tempt ing looking check
for $ 2U0, which he dvulared was his
Third ontithly dividend fromI the Texa2
Crude Oil Comipany of Beaumont.
Mr. liy'de received nothing for a
long tnille. lie i invested $2,50O in the
vmitlurT, tand, while a number of his
acqutaintanieti who had invested money
were g.;ing about the streets talking
petroleum humbug this enterprising
iind shrewd investor said rtothing.
Now it' has nothing to take back and
not.hin g for which io apologize, as for
he ist three inonthis lie has been re-
e'iving this 10 per cen t diviklend. He
imajnifess every conlidenoie in the. coi-
panies in which he owns stock, and
gives for his reason the conservatism
with xhich he invested his money.
The Texas Crude Oil Company is un-
der the same direction and the same
management as the Star Petroleum
Company, which is one of the strong-
ofit and most reliable companies in the
T, xas fields. Mr. Hyde, with impay
others in this city, owns consideran
stock in the Star Company, Mr. HI. O'
being one of the directors. It is con-
fidently expected that this company
will pay a dividend within the next
ninety d(lays.
A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgic pains, rheuimatism, lum-
bago and sciatic pains yield to the
penetrating influence of Ballarda .,s
Snow Liniment. It penetratesto the
nerves and bone, and be:ng absorbed
into the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed to every part of the body
and fird t some wonderful cures. Mr.
I). F. Moore, agent Illinois Central
Railway, Mitan, Tenn., states :."I have
used Ballard's Snow Liniment for'
rheumnaLism, backache, etr., in mry
family. Ith is a splendid remedy i W
eo!ild tn0o tdo without it." 25o o bu 0n
and $LOUat Joh>nson Broas.
Barber Shops Close.
in order that the barbers may have
a rest during the long, trying, summer
days, the proprietors of the tonsorisal
parlors throughout the city have de
cided to close their places of business
itnil further notice at alf-past 7
o'clock ve iry-v.ening except Saturday.
Thq barbers hive been working long
hours, and they appteeiate the c -
teSy extended by their employers..
A Frightened Hors-e
Rung like mad down the street
ping the occupants,- or a hunrmd ra
oer accidents, are every d
reM se It behoo ever t have
tel able sal ve a.ndy and there's non*


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IE DAILY SUN: .AINESVE, FLORIDA, JUNE 19 190


IUUDG JONES DENIES REPORT. I i 2UiC
ola .Udat MIsreesentte a td 6II A
...hre on P6On0g9' Cates, and '
AI J Mrot6d nt Ald6rm"anI
cOpmery, Ala., Jiua 18.-TiThe re- over D ,oo Cos ~a aneavi e
pqrt e0t Out from here to the effect SBaoahe
that J dge Jones advisel the federal I o ad Bridge wrk
S"iury that persona convicted of ai I I ------ -
lleanors, whoso., suretia confessed DR. GORDON R 89
ftUd.ent for them, could 0ot restrain AU diseaseS 4neys, '
r wo'* k them without violating the Blon4e, UXIt1 OOU. ElE .
'tftute against peonaga, is entirely In. A h o5rtDi Oe&s.ravi j3J3l J Graduate Baltitor3! 2Ille Dental Surery
correct. roPSY, Flaea Troubles. E0 V ea6 3yet"r' expeenorlalan e w York Cttly.
Re advised directly the revere and o raed- The t uw.miid*e work ajiA1imr Speolilte-s
Shield that such persons, having been onr 't Ieeite d?. o Au. WOeak d ATai>.
cure for ouIt ntyt0ry Write Dr.t WO u -
d' :tfly colivi Led of crime their Involun- HL h0 a sfmilt a life timwecurlug Juatt 8su0' OICM Is ENUwIBlm o A." IsNIt IJA. PILA
tary servitude was lawful if the sure- nasosasyours. Adll onsut at la Aft .. t eH. PitRSON,
ti es completed with the state law by using a few bottles of Dr. Fencer's RKidny D "
"a.ihving the contract made in open couI d 11tiackuche. ve I pase A gravl -half ai D SNTXSI
with written np r ovnl of the Judge. further forntations. I was curled South Side Snare. u it
The law which he advised the jury W. OAKES Orr, oth Se ,
Is0 unconstitutional is the renters or ITDru is-, M kC f k lin ---Froe
Stores' law of 1901, which punished Sire na rnos Mluck, aor ^ fr.^ ~lh r.- /^ ,^--^. IL U. ^^ WV ..O IV l i~ 1.- 1111imi1r N...~ .~i.iN .i^

telswhere after breaking his contract I I W. PAT+,.
without-informing his new employer, v --
*td also punishci any per-son who eorn i CIVIL EN4IN.I teAND SURnVEYOR
ploys the laborer 6r renter after knowl, uIt.i(ni Oi .
d ge that lie has left his first emploiy- have 0one 34 dayo at a, thu without a Deelftr In rean ,,tate, Thoropthlty poa ted
m ovemont of the lowsel*. ot botlig able to wa.h every section of land In Alaohut countY.
ataovo thonut oxowlit by iIhliig ihaL wvator i ijecUioin. C orrespondeolco atsoulited.
The latter statute was held to CItrofi ns>piont (or sevetu yards lieotl o It .. .... -
amount to imprisonment for debt, class itory cnli o ,l ir a I J DEMPSLYo .,
legislation, denial of the equal protec. At1 1r.a o i t. a 1 t>BKI bA FU ,RNLTUJRFI I'AIRD
tlon of law to croppers and laborers vwu li vo frolol)lftvo tLiru lulal' l day, 4 It I and.MuatdeNeiw.
,was rih I4 aoul4 givo Whw.U for noaet liOcvOWtst a imnto
tnd also violating United States stat. to lUa'llaf,." AvItIL. LLtN'. LO)OKWING GLASSICStE -SHILV1RED.,
Utes against peonage by coreclng per. l. flos*agLt t^ert, Mko, -
sonal service for Ipymont of a debt. 2Y Wte b Y or sell lrurnlture. or ftn ontroet
aoi sewith you ont t e oumiistioo bats. Patronawg
CA"tAFRT(A 'hollolted utud satlitoeatlulwwyki.
RACE, FOR TOGA IN TENNESSEE. S. ----A
Senator Bate May Have Strong Cppo PA I1N'1T'IN ANDO
sition in 1905. T RAO~ MAN mMow"no '. PAE.R[ HANGIN<
Knoxville. Tepn.. June 1S.-The an GAIN'ES, VL], ,. F'LORtIDA
Douncement credited to Senator W,
D. Bate, coming from Chattanooga, Ieast abho. te'nt..'te o000, Do A fet for DECOtAlORS' WALL[ PAPE11
flood, NUe*r. lotioen. W eatun.orUlarli. b I o.;c. 0. MLIA NY Nw luork.
that he would be a candidate for re- ... UR CONSTIPATION.
election to the senate In 1905 provided . Re ON a uNr TO im. M O. C.U. .WAL.KER u T. ..ATIn _
his health will peIrmit, was not a sur-I .... . .. O
rise in political circles here. WALKER & SHIAYLOR
It has been confidently expected that MEN AND WOMEN. WA
senator Bate would ask to be ieturnedI a anunatua AT EYS-T-LA
!+ lttrha l;n.ltlaiun ttl~tio, *AT'. R N EYS-AT- LA W,
to the scnato, and he has a very atroLu T St4 rritations ta neeoraton
following in cast Tennessee. PoL 11. o 0a0t. ki"io Jabksonville. - Florida
It Is also believed here by many SiEIHStMOALCO. n nt or poi,omtou. 4
that ex-GoCxernor Robert L. Taylor'i ININ01AT1 o sold by v rasatlf* 480
S8.1. or sent in plain wrapper,
"senatorial lion" will be released. ,by eo express. rrepid for AFE IELVE)ER I
that time, and nimany otnors are .of thoe 00.irlr sabottl OArF SELV 'DRE,
Opinion that ex-Governor Penton Me, WM. SCIll ,lC r,)l)rlieor.
Million and present Governor J. B. Fi. 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
sier will also flnure in the next son&a. TO TH11 E PUBLIC. orp,-, Postoftu .
torial contest.
At all events the race will be mad We, th undersigned, herby agreety. Fi
by most excellent men and thorough to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of BWiest, Liqorn pe lar ty. Fin
Democrats. paint who can slow, by similar tests, __ -
.any paint slandihig upon any metal THE WEST EtiD,
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. surface is perfectly and for so long a
-i- timpeas our FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
,Ron. L. C. Huteheson died at hid GhRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHN, MENaZIES. I roretor.
;home In Jcne.'oro, Ga., yesterday IWe guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS. SIDI W. Hy at.. Jacksoaville,
morning. TIC paint to contain to tar, rosin, as- Faust beer bottle and draught. Don't
The feature of the University ol jphaltum or any of the products of fail to eaI oin tne when inJacksotville
Georgila commencermont was the bril. petroleum, and when applied to any .
Want alumni address delivered by Con- surface according to our directions to W HEN IN JACKSt.NVILLE
reman W. M. Howard, wear perfectly for a period of five Visit thle--
The visit of the German cruiser Ga. years, and we agree to furnish, free of THE ORYSTAL HAoIN AND HOOF
selle has put Charleston people in a charge, all paint necespary to repaint QAUDIEN
quandary on account of the p.eronaltY any surface where it ha proved de- The best Idquora In theolty. IEnter.
qt r. Crum, the negro collector of eiv. Signed, tatinment every night at Roof Garden
There will be no Ft0e in the anthra. The National Paint and Varnish Co., Thontr -
Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. mHit Oi niucLIAnL.


,.e &t l regions. Joulln ,lM t, II D
:dvI `v ias prevailed with the miners
Late reports show that the horror
at Heppner, Ore., was not exaggerated.
a death roll nrity be over 500.
bbauncey Dewey, cousin of the ad'
is on trial in Kansas charged
.-partlclpating in the murder of
rett family.
tociallats madt pronounced
the richastag elections in Gor.
mniond warns Proemir Bal-
the government must act
t the lan-. bill or. the Irlish
11 oppose the adminlistrO
ohn, of Kronptadt, who Mbit
ouned t:he Citrstians- for those
vassascre, row manxes a state
"il ngthat the Jews esused
nd, China have arranged that
mansagemnt of Dalny afn
ining' frontier habll be aslm
to the Oertn arrangm"-nt at
OhCou. say)s a Pekin dispAtch. Gowv
'Axleifa filnancnal seraat.ry will
Rusaian mnaxaer of the Otis
*irvice at talny. The rec,' pc pts
be depoited In the Rusao-Chi,
t-erettary of .ma'tg relatite-n,
inatle I4W-raardo (nWro to be
r .of the ..Mex ^ays a J S pItCb frosm the City
yp a dtsA tcb Morm the City,

o rnK tth e etunaasgovervr '
oineal 1 BrArdc. lr terpW tot
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jAlint has th- hihe itr etidors mr tts for
tin and iron roofs ad all exposed
metal.
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