Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
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: 03 11, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02179
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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44 Tatat.sis(I atitaie s an tb w w4 y Wgriws paW'p IR waivwip govy
$d 's 10 ioo ga t atsse sna geKaO rn o WAS 1 nt, or purported to be
AA w ati4 os.%u faan to mysent,to a e per at`Vve' Oak,
pt por Which contI(ned "theIabove.OO4 ma
$jreriai64 bitisttconin ue afterhi trot tIbaonedae ao.
II~bQf .^ r~e~tln )flw l*lIt to^.l
It s tooad that the IntellIgznce tof
I ei W p red to pay for si4rtia44 inuffering a nd tnoff audI Dg public
A0m0.,ds. 'T'DAi tir",' I should b :thus oulted4 by stech tllraus.
Ijfeljalr" rentt attempts at political trickery;
-- -- but l lI'I fortunate that Flonrida posses.
Washol ofwheat by nottial eobnt sea onl? two or three publications thiat
boeiln found to contain 86720 wi Nnmilt osuch stuff to their ol.

ai-thtrd oft the peplI, of the VajWr )E. W.''eabody, the veteran
ed States are engaged Ii 4ricul. journalist, died at his home in ,anford
,pirsulits. on the th inst. No att m wos, better
known or "had a larger lumber of
LQng the mouth of Jianary the friend in Florida than Major Pea.
141" Paol railway sold body For years he has trarsed the
S0acres at a total vatle of e-romrensacola to Key'V West
___ __orrespondont and' solieitorl for 'ae
-r ieat thte paper tImho ms*-ton;,
6 governmentuia has already taken and hid nhitaiht wewi adM *Wa`1 At


The 'aep, TribuiW e;: 'Napoleon
Broward, the lacksnvile flibuerg
indidate-forgovernor, thitnkethat he
willgti'f4 large voIe In, Tawpa aRd
Key West o: /account of his aifillation.
.th. h Cubans in the late ,psish.
wtrerlran wa,. Mr,. Browrd is an
eleigent gertemat, but a 'oor politio-
ao. Much; of the foreign Vote in
Key Welt ah Tampa is 8panis1, and'
what thete people Will do to Napoleon
will be, plenty."1 e

S ozi-Irritatng

Easy to tue, easy to opertw-
Hood's, Pills


R* OORREO,1'LY WRITEN'POLICUES,.
:o: wnyof LIBE1tAJRlY OF POLIOYCONTRACTS
S O on PROPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES '
We cover these important points and-'respectfully
solicita8hare of your business, '

Fire, Life,' ccidelt and lealthi lsiran,

. --Agents forthe--- .

Victor Safe and Lok. CompanY

The "Victor" is th heasafe made, and parties cotenplat
Ing the purchase of a safeor anything in that line,
Srom a box to a bank vault, will save money
oby q0p0ilti9 s. Ca, llon or address,

* ,iforziiatoh ee^rfuly .furnish~ed., GA Y LLES FLO 1D4A.

Inform h:. d


)JO thlall Vla '
04 0 '" I a"abo r "-both l"elt h ,hAnld ,l lA i r ', n e a w ayR t rl* :

Oapt, ilehmond Pearson Hlobson's J o o *eR ,
t 0JApanes husband divoros impal for ionea in he ixth es FOR
Sifefoi' rl^^'^^fre p in T he : Sit .
010 ha nakes un provision for ,her district of Alab ma, says the $raannah
Shaio's'ryfromheratrl owl, is1)044i4114to,,,out,,.o.So=me SavannahColumbia, Camden, out
ar si l thou'gt '""t te g n .rof t Pines, R aleigh Rich.mnond, W as
thatCap. ml.,obson woq.ld beh -.aili
xthet wi4ows in a town of 2, 5 beaten that it woW1d be p1actieay a P P- ,6 ssse Doo NO 1a
'iiAit'losn, every one good looking,all valk.oer, but he has lt Washi i"' n ton, Balti more, Phila-
k th 8t, rJ6, t)(11 b 4ne that, want .o t62 take4 the field tively. H obsong ho owa sted m'.,m' r mYe -oo 5.
S Thit f the c poe a great d as a pu delphia, New York,
w tplpin 5af h pea.' er it*Md .I*.s said to be carrying. ANNUAL SAL, TEN MILLION BOXES
.ro wdl with hhn wherover he app rs., ,
the quitioof responsibility for the That ben correct, he may, ftr all,
rent war between Rul and Ja- sced in shking a hulk ahead of Three Elegant Trains Daily:
ight ntW to be a had one. it Banllutt adiand b tt tig him up.

dgrfit)u =reb Seaboard Florida Lim ted
#til lmove, hile a 'Agriculture being the hlraf oi cut '1 pa-
"o not S'"'""'e o d "'""" A t:d Seaboard Expr ess.
'o onm naturally thinks of it a, old. But ar express
otton growers in Texaf have die- Mr. Wilson, lseretay of agrioiltuire,
overed tht turkeyes owing to their declares that we have hardly made a e ab rd a
ag rehah, are able 'to get the bo beginning of understanding this great M
eel which inf.est the top..of cotton silence, !ear hhu 'Agrioulture is
tl and destroy the crop.. The tur. II it in fanio. r We have not yet be. .
ti wIll h(ttn on these i e.tsI and. gun., Itisanew ,bjene et, o new in 0 0 E R N LL A NEQ 1 M ENT
oa rweatit turk rising r i fat tat its possibilities MEN AND WOMENi. -l-t
0el b Se e a profitable industry ,n be comprhenWed; It is a vat oield, "t h til '"rtN l na r
S7 ttd onlythe smanlest part of it has Ittlol, , The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIAITED is, ve ...
w:: ^o, ` obee ovord,." # I; .ulcww1 **""*. Oi l o*t Thwunbru1 1 a I *in -e btw .truthfully said "Find. ------- Ev Co edtra composed exusively of. Pullman p
ew e0 youeg mtan spends the hurs 'Foprists nre mnolng up and dowit tat A. or esiui ii i w I DA Di (JOrnpar'tnp nt, IDrawhigroomi 8l eeers
Ithe ppr' and bedtime, and you th as oastby thousands, says the ,- "r", o. and Observation Cars, o e) rted solidd St. Augustin
i'aeoburh~eIy foretll his ft 'ture" tuesyll e Advoc ate, and travel. uvear..."' Jacksonvilflel to .Now YVn, gt
i .is no doubt'' that ti .is g ei s the MoWida P EaLt Coat al y '..h..s **l* i...' *1 ..:..k hi: l, p
0i.1 te. .here's .od s ging ito1 ;been at its sisth for Ithe past o A iAe :0 p.. daily,
ard uars as, to 'how 0ite a 1rage k. Hotels .have been p ked to i .-
ng man spends these hurs. their etmot pai ty, and many ha ve Only Operating
:.1 5i ^therralm ah oes" e e :ati tlDAhad to iOleetp o taots At Ormod, Whol eals and Reta.il L pU I Oan' ylep Ot "
te tn of (arneraiongA; th I'e r l Iat wek,.it was impossible to find a iT hr h Puliman 'Seepers from Jacksonville to New Orl ean
n.f.td01e6rl l01oth e.. *a r othe ....ti A.I. wQl.UO b O RDA' D A.. L E 1-------- ---
S f dvetsing their sas, toul a short season, thi will be or f l information atnd leeprr'esevations
|t ke d oed o.l b'y the Postotie r e+ ak. .......-. ;. .N..1write A.. O MAlCWDO :1 Io.nS.. ,ge oSeaboardor: '
be d il a waring hhasbben nuanmbrotvisitnrate theorest Coast -y T.eOpY adui N s.o ra K igent, -8 er O gen t
4 P tpstpttles will beW p.rse uted o-f~orida :otr full0 oqur a ta aHte .. E.... ,.RIA ..
6 4A trit0ton of the potIal laws .f -.-..... 'r. 'xp res .. e e' $- .
i iah boe are use4 s ep^S $'Prs tIF Onto, (C)5 oF Tot t-o, FQ5^. tr M Cs e's: -a $4 25'F JOA
a. bills or ?othHer :Uefh^nslu, :("' rm starme sr .
-iCh-ey 'o. doing' bBsies in the 10 ay Ja. sonvll.le, Fla .
St,. *btDoTaSa. o::1.. dof n ,.n In thD BA..Y
,, th i r will pa.orida .Eu ..DE T ... IN SU R A N C E
,Itoor... }V :D .. ,I .
11t tht Pation *s" n l ,d hAlt'etand Truck ULrwer +r d
WIOt ti palty do for a poatfom Otrrk that e no tb:pud by the PndTrckBroerOK
% onof priiao plz$ )4 tst ofeHal'*Ottarrh (fore. *l
: 1 00 7 t9 f i n my.. ... "th isW O f l .yAO
Lt ALW e te ted ,esp Wgs

aflo ros ea h t hae tooV40 0ats
64t t10 As" ai p of "'''*oteV .t"P.le fu:A ,.O. of -,
"10 tk., The fruitt"" a to n of
^t~ i^ :^ ^ ~ n~.:To^^ SiU -,^i n^ 1' ,** ,.' ;--.- -'* *" :**'*^ :''''"1"'.\. .:.'^ ;**
K ~ l~ wtt to ^ .^ 1.-1.1- ^ *^ ..**\ 1;.1*1**;.*1:^:.*:., .:..*.*. -1*; /*^ -.**1 :*JOB.
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F'Marbh 1O.-The safe of C


0,d about one hDd
en. There safe was in the of-.
it the iddle of the store, and
S4Smithh was in the front
o cuatopier, the thief en..
mthe reir and, ass the safe,
oed, took the dash. drawer
In eash sales of the past

lisouri:, negro woman and
oviet, Was seen in the store
tring and was arrested on sus-
d 4plaoed. in jail, but up to
Citing, no confession hits been
y hLer, nior hab there been any
O lue obtained.
uh drawer was found near this
's house, but those who have
e iio hand say they don't believe

AUTAUQUA PROGRAM,
a. seWhp Attend t^ Taberna-
b. ,Pteasure of Hearing. *
it*raof informationn to the'
T he S a will publish every
Ithest:Itauqua ,iprograi for'
Odtehqt thqle desdring to at.-
toorniaelr; may' know wnhatt
]#oliO*ng is 'to Iday's pro-
.-Bible lecture, rArof. J,

m. -Piano recital, Prof.

1m.,-Second nd d last iappoar-
aOplt. Jaek" Crawford, the
out," Droll, mimniry altd de-
tories of his experiences .
SPRINGS SPEAKING.
tes for County Superintendeht:
friday Evening.
pe of a H igh Springs, with a
tohear the school question of,
chua county fully discussed from
Sides, have arranged for a publido
kting I llthe auditorium of the
'hBprings High School. this even-

he r1esting will be strictly a school
erintendent's meeting, and all can-
(tes for that office have been in.
d to eomnt and expreis their views,
cordial invitation is extended to
publicc' There will be no adinm-


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t .L RA$1'4C E)EVi S.
", '" Hull,: proi.nent "itsi'nesa isan
of: Svaniah,. G ,'ti dead .
itdward, 'T. Sanford #,n1ounos hli.
coundiacy *'for the 'publicatnt noit.
nation .aori governorr of Tenn esS : .
At BeIlin Hugh .~rendel, Whose
bank was lw0ooted ly thi cashier, l)UyId
bimelf ;Iy leapin" ot (Of a ndow,
l.iotteatint T. I. oign!lleat 'copt.
mander of the third tlitvtion natval
hat tal ,on G1irgia state troops, hias re-
slgied :
In the debate on the army bill Sen-
atWor Cr'iaclk declared that there was
a tetlenetcy In thie country toward &
r.ilital'y governmentt, .t.
wRl Waes and wc 0 p0oto two
while ...rnt ne sti '1st atesvfll, .N C (.,
.hot, atn, old negro early to death andd
then ntl,1e their esitale.
The useoelatlon of manufacturerfs
of th; nt States, wVhich meots this
yy ati Pittsburg, ,wIll heN in vibed; tt
y Ait Atlanta.,' 1 a.; nirxtyeax t .r. /I w 'j
'Altia ta stite Doeinoocatc executive
'6ainlttec amends Its former restolu-
'top and allows the nameitof < aptait
i, '"PI. I-bson6 to be' plaod. "ol' the
,0t40't In tho sixth e itrictwliere 1m
tltunnihng for congress ,. :'' +
Advice f'tro San PeRdo ll.e Maceo,
$ajfttq Domnngo, show tnhat tho. bom t
'4rdiiptilt of. that Pilace wHas dIa.trotts
't:otho Domlitlcai w hartuls Pli: sde te
and E.strella. Sevetniyi'oir' men.' wre
killed aidAwent'yAve W.otinOld oin the
tw.o ships.
Sec.t etary Ooltdanith, of the sttatty
l)(nli(oratii comupittee of Goorgita In
Itre),Trlrg.. a ci'relar' letter for. thi
etiairmn'on of the county n4eeutive coIan
itt ees,, accom paneled by printed eopo
h.s of rules of the state cotimilttec',
Unt tthe form of ticket .foi the pri.
mnary,
.: FR.AK HOUSES,
I'welllnu. 'rn i uVlii, hl.i

pllt hIs ()n m li tst o Ill -l'(vf tvty tll.
tit( it gM ( 1itsto ti' r us J 1 lirtvoul
He dre w the pwllu l 'litr, plikt ed Illl n,'it
iil l ia ho a lt ul of a hIilhlr iand 1101t1ii.04
hill) to t'o f thet tlyny wivr 'r l' tiiid oitt Il
ev, *ry. d It y(ar'k <,''iii(, 4 e ilu hle retitrtiKd
holll 1 the 1 i Khot ' Ihtl beet i i'o l lih'lodl
will til' l iltm ,t 'lo tii''I (for the plhills
lniil .s lee'hti'tttiist 'lflt by thie 0ti, ',
(e wis taken ht'ougli tthe first l(thr
etal xpreit'uised t o' uttlutost pleastire In'
or.t(linag le .naw,


live not by the quantity we eat, "N'A:w," he. si il, "we will go lupstaiilr
a variety; but by what the syt- and sl e tIh scoin, l floor.l
ip utilize. No matter bow good "('oiie right tout tils vily where wee
itlful your food is, It starves the haven itt htihr," rt'plled hioe bhuildit,
i unless, your' digestion is .good. T'he 'eWI fitartg imin) was aItoaulswed
khk 1.ertain that your foed ls Hle hald ptlalnn the house with lte
jy digested by taking a dose of trelest :' r t.tt goto 'rldO' for
"Augut'JFlower before or after a th.rWly
1l'Tl story of ti mm lva oI l eer'haS.
SIt will ,nt only aid digestion, Wiltr hm. ti 'terltfte f a te' rtltnenfw
I tir the liver to regular habItas, lttein Ii, t ho nam atal etl
i tthe stomach and prevBt01 on"' Whih h' 4'"14 i00 s h Qicj. iTrial bottle, 25e. 'Big bo(- in strlirwatt. i's ,on rrcordu ln Was'htIngton,.
At Johnsoni BiroS' it titlly irctiMie thl.e Iittwea of. te late
Kt LASHM&a JtJDOE SWAYNE l l t' 't'O ot pavyd(siluttpnd
.. ......."-. .... who tif l".ed 'I ,' : t 'letng a. ltm'.ear .' w
lent B egun at Waashlngton In the tote. The houto In t lti(tntstt 6 k0oaxd on
,Amious Ilorlda, Ca*e ', the litt ,inow o 'iutil b a" bl rwery ~. i
hlirgtom:, Marchit T ITh s. l ow the naval obt"urvto*ry. It Wa i'a
o(. the hous cot, 1 mittee, on tn o l It o t o ~. s in
what wq' a ery stylish: f 'et$kio t tut
try, J( charge ,:of. the impeaCh' thif days iof t'e kierJohn Bqoyle, wth.
proceedings ,bahnt'.ntt JMt Chat.. *ine to tti A eamtry lt. the early Mars:
,, of Flo.t'rhila, htd thl J f-dge o the ,teteenth e.ttiry. .TIhe rs!rd
oWl)', atf. .','. e pecficllI~. 'is not e. .Ol as to why tt u was
I tlhe ebarkg thatI eh was not < epottltted without a ttuaivsan, but
at id th .4'tItet in which he ther, 4w t0 deutlt abiut the fathL5
otr', and stated tliat the charges W"ahtt '. :
it hImt wi 'ere 'a d a y \ persona31' l Ai ***'
sity oft' thy' u irumn:' a'ristl the KW:ter-'ne thius ha'y stIl youth-
4mttl dcide' timh ,rt l We s topn l 1i 3 an old ls,.
tue against Jirae awteayn d ainiNewitt atid wippS 4* eI fool dia


tb t ;i>tey taen

Was ro 'ot i%%
L dttk'4 ifs,,ai., SJ w e atnja t&hi"
fu.,ql ,:t o O 6,' 1 my a.


is s Household Favorte Everywhere for


Coughs, Colds, group, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,

Grippe and all other Throat and Lung Troubles


A It quickly stops coughing, tickling in throat, difficult breathing
and pain in the chest and lungs.

I'. It immediately relieves the spasms of Croap and Whodpng
Cough, and:effects a speedy cure.

SIt Clontains no opiates or other poisons and can be given wit
safety : to:childenl and.delicate persons.

SIt C StainS o0 harsh expectorants to strain the lungs ori a itra
ge-ntito dry the secretions.and. cause Onstipation.

It preventsPneumonia and Consunption, trengthes the l
U and cares LaGrippe and its after effects. '*
o rIt will cure Consumption and Asthma in the early stages and
give comfort and relief in the most hopeless cases.

It is pleasant to take and at once produces a soothing and
strengthening effect on the lungs.


A ,Svero .4ld For Three Months
the tfolowinq lettr from A. J. Nusbaum, of BateSr
villl, Ind., tells its own story: "I suffered for three,
months with sevr* cold. A druggist prepared me
some miedcline, and a physician prescribed for me,
yet I did notImtprove. Then tried POLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR,tn eight doses oured Ime."


f -1.. SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY 4B
JT- W. LWC'COL- & CO.


MAYOR'S PROCLAMAtION.
STGainesfille & Gufir Railw `
1,1Jdtler tl,' prmdona ol f Sbi rlitneu r u
M iltld, "A lOrdiant t~rovide for
ani.eki'ttio to ldoter'nitl whether or THE F RUIT & VEGRTABLE
oit bonds sha llIi be 'ole td for tthe iu
poseof euntructI .stre'etin thlty. OF P LOR I DA.
of tiiesville, Florida'." posei t byt the Th 'T1ae1 '1it n ffet JilV i 0!'1001
It UI te, of ai d city i.o brd t y 8th, .. .
a tti t t Ul ry Hit s No N 0 1
mayor of said city on luir vOllary" i 0 '
A. 1, 19(4, an lOt'tion a si hreby called : .y N 4 No. .r,
to be held n the Iturrett tlninik, on il O't DPily latly H.lWAT'ONK.
East Mahnstret, south, i, te Ott, ., .y .. r .ti y
A.~ 1) Ir4,p lf t i trp f b t

4-t oi .ote- l nid tl f a.d cit,,' 'o .. y"4S6. ... ...... i....
the t'outlit ofr wi tw iy. itt d t) . '


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A halttno0Oga Druggilt' Stlitoment.h
Robert J. Miller, proprietor ofi the as House
Store, of Cblttanooga Tenn., write, "Theri'
more meritin POLBY' NHONEY ANi TAR than in
any other cough syrup. The itliail for It multiply won.
derfully and We sell mort of It than all other cougi.
syrups combined."*,


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To ", t
At New York MPoise
FIT 4OUARANTEED.

always ea fll and
S mpl : oete:. tok ,of i^:.
Gntinien's, Ooys' and
Children's Clothing, Shoes and
F rnIshing Goods.
TO OUR UT.OT.-TOWN

MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE
Po PT ATTENTION


AIjIibillilialul
Our sock of D IM GOODS is ready for your inspection.
And we extend .to-you cordial invitation to cmll on u and
inspect our stock before buying. We feel sure that in our
tok. Ae lyl^j i, u

large stock will find something to suit you, and we know
"Our Prices Are light LADIES' READY-TO-WE AR
aRIRT WAISTS and SRIRTS.


We
DEB14S 4fOODS
6 ItsLO
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always Carry a

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Complete lAne of ti
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ie Following

!PERWEAR
NOTOW1, 1ETC.
PR IES.


Goods: .
FANCY 0OTO1'-"
HA NDERCHIE.,
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51 LAN A U ULEL UI
THE ESPA l CO
1 WOn1 y T101181q Acre0 Of Ti*.
ber on Ocklawalh(Purohuaed,
THE PJIcE. WASB 0oooo
Time I WI be Transportsd by il to
P rie Oreek, Where t Will be Out
MerchantabPrducIs-A Most

The bspa1no:la number Company of
Prairife ceek h:a4 purchased f.:ne
body of tlniboelansd on the OckIawah
The tract omspriseas 24i M atres,
aid thie finanim cobilderatoun it is
This tland'obntailnAoniof the finest'
yellow plane timber in thlr State, and
it Is und~retood that the entire output
of the pr peaty will be brought by rail
to the mill at Prairie ,?reek. where it
will be out Into iatteria for heo mar-
The $ panmola LmiiLiber Company.I
whiNO was formnirly the Kielley.Mo.
ionald Lumber Company, owns and op',
erat sl o oft the largest and m st m01d
O'n lumber anId c:rate mliantifalctulraingf
pliant lat the inter~ir ofrFloriid. Wlth
the piArehase of this itommne body of
timber they will have e.df1l.ent timber
to Cary them .for several yar, o
theNr 1l5 immediate dagier that the
pIlant *tIll b:,e emoved.. The eoipauy
employ a large numbhetot meni and s
h .re t eoetereal heII efit to %hI s
S: Do:na ld f:and J i .o Ad:ett
have s 'ured an option on the o urpon-

g.:te the. timber, .11*'* epetited
homeI wth hiMs report. tu latthWr art of
tAe peok.a


fiese together they wIrll t.o doubt
:,1Do. ,Yot4 WantStonith? ::..

tr ,,ttflt tiui.iim td 1 ti ttke
fropi **lthe physlotetfal.ia thr or


Doll& Son, )NI Int 220 Acres in


to has been Olaged in setrveyitg.
., Paittion sto. tiat tCc John B.
tell and eon, wo opduct one of the
lrp ..adt a onsd ot "ucdessful fatos In
the State, are now mking extenpir e
e 04ra0W os for Wplanlting. Messr.
1zl 4 on willp4t 'in two hundOde
and twenty orelof~ otton, moliare, tr
ahundredhore;in ,corn, and abot oe
hindredteree t 61 oats, sweet potatoes,
*nd other iitaple product,.
t6These: enterprihig plai4tpoe fre, 'prao
t.iia In very aense ofithi word, wbialo
soso ntfi or he ir eooellent nde in
ftar ing. : _' _ _. ..
A Thousand DoIlirs Thrown Away.
rMr. W. W. JBaker .of Flainvilew,.
Neb writes: "My wife had lung
trouble for over fiftoon years. We
tried a number of doctor and spent
over a thousand dollars without any
relief. She was very low and I lost all
hoPe, wlien a f riend suggested trying
o ley'I s loney and Trar, whiolh Itdid;
and thanks'be.to this great remedy, it
saved her life. Shie i stronger And e oi.
.1oys bettor health than she has ever
known in ten years. We shall never
beo wltho t Foley's Honey and Tar ,atd
would ask 'those. aftfilcted to try it."
Soldiby J. W. Meoollunt & Co.
Preach Stearmer I Wrecked.
1.otl>o, Maioh Ol).NA 4p delali '
patcbI fr(m\ )Parli annoencee that tlhe
renoth steamer 'Caminbodge (,3tl5 ton,
which left .Xangoon b Vei..:. for ..co
ehitn (hina and IBuropoan porta, lhai
BetOn. Wrecked i a storl off he coat
Of Cowin.Chlna(-bin. The dtspatch adil
thdtt It s believed a l undred perio(i
erlab SM in the twrek. -
W. L. Yancy Bafd the Phyeicians.:
W. I. Yanoy of. aduoah, 1'y-,
writes "I h d a sevote cate of, kid,.
n) dis31eas andi three of, the b.st ph-y

mediate rltuer# dthN l.otte eured
n airanentl. I ld wo.
bloMa t & iotney.d 7 S,


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10 tii, $K o'ie
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sti . Our buinesr is strictly oonflned to the varloti details incident to teh own.
Stn erithp of lnd, and we have no p ivater ppronal "axe to grifd" in o niineio
: with tha busin6es. We make a epeoial!yof the preparation Of abttraetand
r makei eXa~,tive investigation of titles We represent property.own rein all
TION, all matters pertaining to the assessment and payment of taxes and the -
mNEy dempto n of ou6ttandng tar sales. When you need prompt and iTliable r.
L S. .ice in odir li il'calon or write us. Notary public in office e
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[Ixxoorxporated1 rI
S. VOE. E,. VOYLEMGR.
Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in this
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

E VO'YLE
FIRE, AO.IDENT, BURGLARl' AND INDEMNITY INSURANO. Repre.
enting a number prominent Amerlean and.English companies.
S-REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS
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HE ONLY: CHARTERED BANt IN AAOUUA, CO.
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"i. rphis and Undivided Profits... 25,000 00
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tters of Genieral Inttrese t1-l t
re4d byoit .rReporters' ,

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It s.^ Th* 5s?'*
e th c"Osbman Hill.
n hewapipers for sale at Th6 Bun'
I-A. Pakftish of Hlague was trading
1016 qity yesterday, .II
earo's Wonderful salve for sale;
|j^ l Mocoqllui & Co.
I rT W. tldowIg of'Traxler ir
shing friends In this oltl,
taxes must be pa this month.
SJo cttn has rotrned fromn a
l ent d flth4at Machoa.
W antcd-MArIagem' life lnsuranoe$
itmpty, %sntgor," BSun.
W W. rlIplitng of Jacksonvilre was
40e Bltown House yesterday'
*. .1. VIA Woltenden of SamponI
iWas shopping In the ity' eter
. Williants, ftoerly- of this ty
it Dow t JItslsaoonvlle, 1s here on
tsittess
Fpt S-l't-Typmewrietr, good order,
*e very low. Apply to John W.
usph, tt
Among th.ipiv((utm^' this. city yes.
d wasR 1'. wisa's utli

, A.0 Martin, a pirogr aivte mr-
Vt of V91s4, was transa44ting [busl.
)8 ht this olty yesterday..
H Kf F. Jordan IMas turned from
platt vti tboher pst ets. ,Mr. an4
ftt Chaes atAIlanhta .
G Melon, one of the itflatetistal
hlens of Miw nopy, was transacting
itneas in this oity yesterday.
If, 01 Knight, thp ac tWhrtt, and
(i Wright of ii Bh Springs, wa a
Bitor to Galiateoleysso y ,s
0 DVoWtle nd 2L *4 Weater do-
( i4 yesterday for iLake Otty, whee
by wve Wasommnod ost beknethss,
. ^aa QB. Whlhtms of .iell asd
FWiaitslai: o hde were tratis-t
hlng business I this cit o yetray,
* W. BsvisotlHawthorn win (It the
t|y p tea 4 sawyer at. the (odwit saw'

Bt B#,bledith tao sadeessttal naval
*oa priNhio ^t v isitoeto thi

06nw OO a,. a kraof

a posion 5 mtanager of,
$ures' pool room, vice 0 H
resigned.'
oqd ba rr0ed PizqutHoek
40ie4ing. pulOpto 1,*Ut
nIs eggs on hapd st an 0i
rice .A f ilS

d he 1 106yf t
8..
d caught erh wll has onafted
p ^yove for ii.day plrtwo.,


iens one friends bel rolve fla
omest' rone has retfrom.
lleuglter of Ymiia is %fathe1
laul^hter as- aobnoed
r~ffSo, 2, (knel thef chancaaof
(onhis frinds beieve, .'re

lot ^ E ^Mhtsetwnred fo


"lrn. ;iuBi suu P ond.ip00e0
rtiratMi ml)an, and t6iether with tr'
Bryn W*ill no doubt nrake a popur
place out of thi resort.
j, L, Ohesse, for a long time oat
gaged in the mercantile bnaienr in
:LOross., has removed with his 'fdam
fly ts sur'tb eimiesrlhled-. Mr. Oheer

doubt do well flTan tally,
Gheorge ". Young of Gettyblur., Pa.,
who is wojournitxi for a few weeks at
the Odd Fellows' Home, made a drive
to New an'i like and Windsor yester,
day. lie was provided with a kodak
and secured several hadioni)so views of
the lake and vlcnity.of Wi dsor,
l)r, lordon tW, Tiston, the dentist who

(orthojo*s .two years has re.noved
hi ooupylng the room recently vacated
by Dr. J. DL., TOnch, Hoe proposes to
lti up one of the most Inviting and
i ek^ tal' parlors $ot the State.
'Pttons of thi gRentral delivery wln.
dow of the painestill tpohatnlme areo
onfrontal daOly with's fragrant bou-
Uet pf 1weri, weht h Iare placed there
p Mrs. W. '. Waters,.who' lst Yry
fondh of apier. Thet frgranof tills'
Itisno wonder that la those who love
tloW ts are inclined to tarry around.

'14tgas Ly1405, one of the most pop.


sag bht ess Georgp i '^" aeeustlomed

t the~e fwer- btyesterhayin soei
way he let the hom pts, George st '
Mhi to beInI pa,.rtliul partial to water


melA bio 4 4ntte al q ,9


8. W. Itiall. De u i8r; I spntthss a
aw tintlelwity t81ih te yor
rmedy was *twu e4 a tao, A-, .


Led suowek ito .o.yd.,
I !4WX1., ine, e
Sl1leaotinx at, per "A
t .1 .........,, : . ;. ;' o c
Sboeetlnw, 2W d.
10-4 Sheaeting.a o ,


aweIs;.r is i ,o o .e treauy or

atni w l the time to

ilb4ot TudtiIIh Towels, eah 35c
Wo1. J 041046o. e 4a1L
50 dozen Ausdorte2 Towelo, each 9f0c
40.,o, o o,..... .... v
4a iyds Mrqerized, Table Dam,- $1i'.
akL, peryd.; ':....,;....,, $1.05
Srrds Mreerjzed Table Dat- 7
s lees 7-inchO Union Table55 .

aa 7 per di, at $1.20
i40os. At.d1s' Spnmmer VeHts, 10c each,
0 doz0 Laes' Sumner Vests.,Ila each
26 dwb Xathipes' Summer ets...35c


WM itelaR ts of try o In East Florida. Col.e
to eadqulrter when you eed anytlIng iS thslan.e, ,e want
your trade id ae bidding for It with the best ..e..o..t400.4W .

Mrs. R.W'Ison


Were tlo to local eorito




and 1. Bater and
wdre absoagcthe oiPltor




nlo'ed to Gaestion lle o
upelet ati, ifols.C n tIhe

corner West Main and
Mr. Baker will no do
profitable bulness here
Cha. 0. Martin of Be
to the solititatlon of his
and announce himself
niemncter of the school b
trick si.o. 2, of whloh G
part. le represents aa
fintere med it county seh
would make a good n
board. His friends will
ly to land him a winner
tlo6 for which he hai
roun. .
PXPPEPRS AVE D
Wm. Pepper is So, Well
He andFamily Will I

attendtin the Bible oon
tini Workers' IsidItt
uas exproises, Rew. E.t
Mr. ad Mrs. W. Mb. P
Wednesday for their
dlphia.
,the trio were so : s
Gaineuillie And its pq
atd Ms, \Y. b. Ppper
toleoaKte here, a(itd'ltl
two weeks to reside par
'"I tlthink Gapnttfi o
tipt natursi towta 1 ha
reauked Mm, Pepper.
awho good and bsitat
ce btae lithveftZ
The people Ot o(lafe
weteletda and trust they
to'be nlteud..


lAURPRISE PARTY. "
,ke oCty w u ...es t.
1 io useon a:-eser- of Mr. and Mrs 0 A. 0. Steen-
burgS y rprtised in Novel Way.
S sville There was a' plea5sst srpItrise party
wa Mrs. 06l6at l hebeauilful homw e of, Mtr. and Mrp
t s A. O.rSteenbrg, North, Gaineville,
W-6dneeday evning.
After the guests, had aseniamed the
Sso A.pn "surprise" took the form of I wedding,
or hJ #tlxson, t tlIeIr accomplished daughter,
W ll Rua Rb IM. Steeburtgl waa joined
Jo., brokers in i wedilook to John J. Koegel, tRev. I.
1i Baldwin 2 Webster f prtrifng, the ceremony.
t. e s4at. The b6affair was a coniplete Purprise to
e.o ferS tx 4 large number, of guestS, who had
of V Yok gathered presumably for the passing
tf away of a .pleasant evening; The par-
wfie of HagRue or was beautifully decorated with
s to G inesvlle bridal wreaths and roses,
SOn .as jlut Afterr the ,oeromony an elegant ri.
)range Height PMt. was srbad, but it ls aid that a
have beej iihe number of ihe gueSta were so surprised
history of.hat th at their appetites were not equal to
''": the o cason "
violent attorney Friends of. the contrautinig parties
City, has re. Join in wishing their, a long and un.
and has flitted ierrupted lie of connubial blss,
0 Endol blbk o.
Liberty streets .Thursday's Fire,
oubt enjoy ita An.alarm of fire was turned in from
". ( Box 25 Thursday morning at 11 :50
which summonedthe department with
Shnas fielded usual Prompttness to the residence of
Smany friends Judge J. Carlisle, South A rredondo
aft trets. Upon".arriving at the scene it
oaird froi Dis. wal discovered that the kitchen roof
'atesv'lie e is a.a fire, butthelanes had not
section largely ned headway and were extinguished
ool ltfli 'ri .:and,
ember ofr te by aid of chemical extinguisher, The
Slinber othel damage was slight.,
llabor zealous. _,:_... ._._____..
r for the pol,1 heap Rate for Chautqua,
s con1eted to 'u. .
t.....d to On ioniday, 4 h r414th., the Atlutic
-M ' UTa t t.ine has arranged to sell cheap
>PARTf 6, tiket tlatiile 'oji .n,,m of
Sv Sam Joee' ectuen, *is who
SPleasd That 46"e to ie ar the gret leture a
ote Here^ 0oPne ,to 0auneesille, on Atlantle Coia
ntt in this eity inie regular trais. Arrangeten
fernoe,- Ohris. have been made for trtin returning to
Sad eihantau- High 8 rino, Mioantpy, Oiftm and in.
. D. Pepper ad en4tedate poi0 t. Leave. a'inesvile
hbamei'*n PhilA, '

ll pleased, with 3 ik
ople that Mr. N F. SEAiL
return ti about -t) I411 ; XN-
muntotly. Furniture, Stove., CIoklta
f thy p 'Trus, Et
*e eerSeenh" 3 t. 14
"The people a il S. 8.. O5l Kti E. ^V
re, atd I 'tll :opptosovie PrIinOE
UR t grly int* :,: ifamStt sol Vhepir cash e
ailte will wei-
will em issge
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Mail and telegraph or,
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GainesVille, .


MRS. 6COURTNY

PURCHASING
AGENT'
AND DRESSMAKINHG.

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LOUISTILLE, KENTUCKY.


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Ma nsta s, s r ar corner soutth or P. O

O'pen Early an4 Late.
e'rv'iee the BEST..

'Famous Continental oysters
and drip ooffee.o Western ateakt ,
Special attention toasuppers, for.
ty or lss plates. peo.il older
regularmfeal.: Try one of our
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