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: 07 6, 1904
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: VID02212
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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tr ifles Thousand People Are Al-
m^nMioe Hee # While Thousands of
| ,ta Are expected by the TIme

i ,ea.- Neb., July -.-Whean the
g -As at 9 o'clock Tueaday morn.
opeal the Kikald ft reservation
S gender the lafa home-
S, a of the greatest rmshes
S-a the history o( the nation
g1iM be started.
h eate &. D., has been made the
mqa of the great army of
r and this town, which
up oer night, and is at best
ly a tent eity, presents one of the
agesa pictaresque spectacles Imagi-

rf ly 15,00 people ue already on
land, sad it is reasonably expected
Ihat by Tuesday morning 6.000 more
will have joined the waiting throne.
Great ifdignation has already been
expressed at the action of several big
Tanchers. who have dispatched cow-
boys thither to natch ap the coveted
spots. and trouble 1s expected. An-.
ticipatlng this, a regiment of regulars
ehas been ordered to Bonesteel. A
thousand Sioux Indians have also ar-
rived on the scene and are in an ugly

At te same moment that the rush
-on horsebaek. starts. two freight
tsl-JL-s9@Ll1n&out o TBnete^ to the
reservation. line. There 31 carloads
-f lumber will be unloaded and hur-
-ied across the plains 10 --mles to
where a lone Indian tepee now stands&
t me home of ollie Eagle Pipe.
The squaw will step out, and where
the tepee stands a town will be born.
thin two days buildings will have
abeei completed, and a telephone ex-
change with 250 instruments already
Imput together will have been installed.
This.b gr- p of mushroom buildings
will then be christened the town of
IML illmo. The man who wins the
AMrt choice ot all the land wfil on-
_oubtedly choose the 160 acres where
dstdt the town,. and the Town Site
eotptay : will pay him $20.000 for It.
Th- village of Bonesteel, three
Lonths agO a straggling line of build-
lags, with but 600 people, now is a
-tre blaek, speck on ttie center of a.
Whit city. For a mile from the tow".
T ever-dy iretion range long rows ot
Itrts where families live and hope.
teays are arranged so that members
Ofa at fmily may relieve each oti
during the wait for land allotments
that may last some- ays.
SA ;wiolesale scheme to defraud the
emBesteaders was unearthed and as
a result vigance committees are be-
Eg formed at Yankton and Bonesteel,
they declare they will not gu.r-
iate. the i-fe of any sharks who are
_-et '-ttorueys -wo attend--
the Oklahoma opening have recog-
al med wbho worked this same

Agtati, advert iements have been
uttered ovsr the country for men to

for old soldiers, the -only onei
may register by proxy. 'rer -demiand -or such men, and thtis !is
part of the scheme to secure dupes.
Uaia t o give these men. tramps,
ands. cat any one $2 to file a con.
against a homestead. The homzn
-r .t-inut -then submit to a legal
r versy of- much expense and
am or pay the attorneys
are_ bhlmid the stool pigeons
MO nmeyto secure their title.
granters mulcted thousands

lto $1X6 each.
^_mtempt Case CompromIsed.
e.in,.! C.. July 5.--In the case
75. Tylor. of Philadelplr.
-Iwboat Justice Pritchard isea A
s him in coatempt foi
t over at Judge Simon.
ier, the books. of the Catalo
coap to the reelv.
Ja^K mpeanB'els* ha been we(ld sfcefl.


H .WWay Measure Will Not Be
St. Louis, July a.-"No compromise
with the radical silver element. no
half-way plank in the platform in at-
tempting to placate the radicals, but
a straight4orward declaration for
sound monwy.'
That is the st' *-:n that the Dem-
oeratle leader. 1:-- .w York. those
who control rh: :-. y and there-
fore the holee 't- lion under the-
unrt rule. mar!e. Firmer United
States Seinator David B. Hill will rep
resent that state in the committee
on resolutions, and will present the
sound money plank. When it is
adopted, as he thoroughly believes it,
will be. it will, in Hill's estimation.
sound the tocsin for the nomination
of Judge Parker.
Senator Hill and. other New York
leaders have arrived. On the way
they decided on the following slate
for the New York delegation:
David B. Hill, on the committee oa
Former Lieutenant Governor Wil-
1am F. Sheehan, on the committee
on credentials.
Former UTnited States Senator Ed-i
ward Murphy. to cast the 78 votes of
New York for Alton B. Parker and a
sovud money plank. ,
The re-election of Norman E. Mack
as national committeeman.
No decision was reached on the
question of a tariff declaration. Sen-
ator Hill believes that the plank
should be tariff for revenue only, but
he fails to get equally as ardent rep-
resentatives of Judge Parker to agree
with him. They contend that the
plank should be as nearly like the
Republican plank as It can consistent-
ly be. for the smaller manufacturers
throughout the country will vote.
-agaist any platform not containing
a promise of protection for them,


Delegate Dixon Prophesies Cleveland
Will Get Nomination.
Sarannah. (Ga., July 15.-"I believe
Cleveland will be the nominee of the'
Democratic party for president if Mr.
Parker does not receive the nomina-
tion on the first ballot."
This statement was made by Merrit
W. Dixon. one of the delegates to the
national Democratic convention. before
bim departure for Atlanta, where he
will join the other Georgia delegates
and leave for St. LTouis.
"Just as firmly as I believe anything,
I believe there will be a regular stam-n
pede for Clhvc-iand and when it comes,
1 am going with them. He is,th greatest living statesman today. '1
J don't be!!eve Par-ker will be nominat-]
ed. I do not believe Bryan can keep]
him'from getting it. but I think men'
who have the idea that the nomination
may fall to them will keep him from '
getting it on the first ballot. If he,
does not get the nomination on the
flrst ballot, there Will be a stampede
for Cleveland. sure.
"I look for some eloquent man to
place his name in nomination, and
when he does,. they will simply go'
wild. It will be like 10.000 cattle let
loose on the plains-nothing on earth
will'be able to stop them, and I am
going to stampede, too. t
i-ndertand, now. the Georgia dele.
Station is instructed for Parker.
'"We will. of course, vote for Park;
er on the first ballot. Then when the

s amped-, for ci-,veland comes. as it
trelr will, I i',Iall vote to turn the
Georg!a deleegatia for Cleveland:
I -hope Cleveland is nominated. ,'
so. Roosevelt will know he has been
In a race when the campaign tas end-
ed. -I would rather vote for Cleve-
land, though, and have him defeated.
than vote for Hearst and see him

"If not Cleveland, the nominee will
be Parker."

Dead Wife's Heard Found in Bedding.
Louisville, July 5.-While the home
of Martin Goes. in Jacksonville, was
being prepared for the reception of
a bride $200 In gold was found in a
bed mattress, the money having been
placed the the first M. Goss.
who died two years ago. The warm-
est affection existed between Mr. Goes
ad b ftat wifeand it was his hab
totvea-lo t 1Wu I he "ad ta


e re i Piee Atfter
Pounding on Boc


Fearful Loss of Life is sai Have
Occurred in the North A c-n
Graphic Descriptio not te rror.e
Life Boats Smashed to P
London, July e.--Over ty '2isA
and Norwegiai emigrants, % n4d for
New York. are believed to Ie been
drowned in the North Atlanti on June
2. Out of nearly 80 souls n board
the Danish steamer Norge. which left
Copenhagen June 22. only 217 are
known io be alive, and for the rest no
hope is held out.
When last seen the Norge 9wa sink-
ing where she struck on the islet ot
Rockall, whose isolated peak,!aises it-
self from a deadly Atlantec reef some
290 miles off the west coast ot Scot-1
Early on the morning of ast Tues-
day the Norge, which was of her-
course in heavy weather, r n the
Rockall reef, which is in th. instance
and looks like a ship und sail. j
The Norge was quickly back off, brtt
the heavy seas poured in through a
rent in her bow.
The emigrants. who were t&en wait-,
ing for breakfast below, ra lmn deck.
The hatchways were scarceeibuilt for
the hundreds of souls an4 became]
Six Boats were Sma
The Nurge q ickl hbeg. 4
downby the head. Eight Goats were
lowered and into the-e the woAien and
children were hurriedly put. ix t
thclte boats smashed against she s:de
of thle Norge aud th ir heipiess in-
ma'os were caught up by the heav:.
'two boat loads go; sfely away from

"-or ome hours we rowed a com-
pony with the other boats, but the
strong tide drafted us awy rom the
others. and nothing has been seen of'
them since. The Salvia picked u upi
and we were well cared for on board
_te trawler. All of us lost our entire
belongings. We had no time in that
fierce fight for life to think of any-
thing bitt the getting of seats in the

The -only hope except for those C DENT ON THE WM-
known to have escaped is that -some
few of the emigrants might have bees -.icage "miita Beti TaMi a -
washed upon the barren rock. 'Theifr uno a--as- w-
chance for beitg rescued even then
is practically nil for vessels sailing NSr ALitahfleid, i4-u SOe j if i"-
the north Atlantic give Rockall as iMe C ars Burned
wide a berth as possible. --- i-- to. 1 -
Survivor Tells of Horror. Globe-Demoerat froem Lit 4 Is. -tI
The iteamn trawler Salvia put into sayt thai tte Chicago Jimited ~ e
Grimsby late at night with 20 rescued Wabash railroad, due in St- L oia at
Scandinavians on board. Only one 7 p. im, and half an hour late. WWas
of them could speak -,nglish He wecked Sunday night inside tOe city
sad:. .
"We left Copenhagen June 22. Thet r- The train struck an ope- .witela --
were 700 emigrants, Norwegians. !was overturned, and sevea of the al
Swedes. Danes and Fins on board. ears were burned.
The crew numbered 80. It is believed that 20 p r-e p
"All went well until June 8. I lay ahed in te second daa third cl-lfie
An my buni waiting for breakfast We and that 40 were' ti~urae Th '-
had a little bump. then another bump fred are beiag cared for tei ti ot.-
and then I rushed m-a eckt. Francis Lhopital ia this eit.-
"? saws at once that something was The train left Chicago ats wk
wrong or somethingg serious had hap- I delegates to- the St 8 Lol uis m -i
pened. and I made a dvsh below to A partial list of the- killed fie :
gather up by few belongings. St. Pierre V. Bald. Mottreal, Q .
"Scores were rushing on deck and .bee.

the Iatchway crowded with emigrants. i L 0. Esvhstadt, of Chicago.
They -were launching boats and rush-i Mrs. C. F. Lather, of aMilwalkm.
Ing into them, but there was i o panic. Dan H. Davis, of ,thur, '-. -
'Four (.r five were in the boat Inte' Joseph Bardock, of Nt Ileos.o
which I go. and we cleared the ship. | James Sanford, eA-w .Oter.f Dean
Luckily ,or us, in our party was the ltr. lIh.
only seaman from the Norge who es- CaMnel Smnt. zre6sa, of Decatar.
caped. and he was able to navigate-' uMrs Pr-,.I of hic.m ,-

our little ',oat. IL. Mills, of Deeatuw, lla.
"We sa v z-WO ohc-s eapsi -. owing. "- --'- -

one ed nav te tnom. RM AKS TEN YEAR SILENC.
one cc;.. :av:atie thi',m,.
Captain Staid with Steamer. a A
Had Been Arr ige as insawe UMO
"D.ans ,)of, passengers %ad ju:;'.; He Did Spe-k.
into the -sea. They wore litshel:s- t Chicago. July S.-His words ia de
wr, d'rowied before ,r cy^e.. 'feme of his sanity were the fi tlthat
"Af tr 24 -icurs rte Savi ti.-el cc 6 .n trank Schlemeyer. of SM Nortmh IA-
a*l< pik'i'd 'is up. Aliout puons i j street had so w In ten- t Wm



lhe side of the sinking snip and many t ut bavlt hern drown.- according to the story told bl the
of the emigrants who iere lelt on h;- N-rz ailed r'n ': i : .ten father of the young man the t
board. seizin life belts, tite-v them- on Jw'i.- 2;.. RokaL. iTe i-.f't on for the iansl e at the lDetentio boa
selves into t.e sea aind .were i"owned. W which ads sutr'nk. is ao-ut *' -, miles p'tal the other day.
Captain Gundel, ;o say tae survi- west of th i Ti rul!s. s :s a danger- yThe father. Christla SeMr-
vors, stood on Lt.te bridge of thu doom- oun reef. wi:h a rock ai>out- 75 feet who lives at the sn-i sadree. hat
ed vessel until it could be seen no above water. owe on the witner stand ad der-
fbtre. $ According to the survivors the meo te b wlie ed his st was ian e a-
The Norge foundered sudenly, and meant the vessel struck the engines j .onng man had notspokes a. word
some 600 terrified emigrants were were reversed and the Norge came to any member of the fa-mry la tea
thrown into the water or drawn down back into deep water. The rent in I ars. Surprise was great when the
with the sinking ship. lose who her bows was so large, however, that young ra, who t 2S years of aga
could swim tried to reach the boat;-, she, began to fill rapidly. promptly relied to a question put to
but these w<- e already too full and The ves-el eight boats were swung h im by Dr. HRunter.ef the ltitatk B-
their occapaw-i beat off the browning. over the sides rapidly and the women- 1 have remained at hom e al the
wretched wi:h ,cars. and children were put into them first. time but did ot speak became I did
The ,nats -. .,t together tor some There was a heavy sea running,anud i not a o" yotag -chkaseer sa-
hours. Pract lly all of their occ- lowering the boats all but two ortthem weree.
pants w'er pai- t iigers,. and were not, were smashed., h taher stepped back ad gasu d
used to La1ndi:::, such crait. The boat -T- at A hi n Is amanement- "The .eat
occupied b ihe survivors landed at :i words I have heard him misayIn a-llthat
Grimsby. was a life'-boat -
One account says that three bo., Has New Access of Terror Over Pt y me. ease pa dg to
were successfully launched, the other to Kill Him. yoW people e you a ai
two holding about 10 pero each Constantinople. July 6.-Sultan Ab.- not know ow it began. It w
The life boat made faster progress Il Harmld is declared to oe on the so long ao,. but ft see from bab
ami fell in with the Salvi- What be- verge of insanity, and a state of ter.- It I 41d not Sak"Z
came of the other boats is not known or reported to ren Ysildz -
yet. ok vihere a number of officials hare a f
The rescue of those .on the lfe I been executed. suspected of having
boat took place about 8 0'eloc on the crispired agaist the life of the sul- OntMan Killed. Anthr Pr
morning of June 29. the survivors con- ti u Koe
listing o? "' men, one of them ai t is ip mosible to get exact facts taly Wmui.-
seamai,. six women and a girl. hJt the urrl vvier .1 i t. Chlago. July 5J.-of tM M -M I
bu rf.-nd vizier Is said to-have.CicgoL Jl leftis In d

Fought for Places In Boats.,
One ot th- si-vivors said when he
got on deck th. .Norge Was half sub-;
merged and .a, .'apidly getting lower
inm tie wa-ir. -ta-fI mad with fright,
the -urv'-.urr. all struggled .for places
In the boats. They fought their -way
to the big life boat and av, officer
towed in the six women and the girl,
and then told the men to get in.
The officer then took charge and
got the boat a-way from the siMe of
the Norge. Seeing that the boat
was already overloaded, the officer.
with great heroism. jumped into the.
water and tried to board another boat'
which was not so fulL He failed and
was drowned.
In the sea by this time was a mass
of truggling men. women and chil1
dren gaping and choking from the ef-
feets of the water. The boat rowed
Clear of this seething inferno and just
as she got away, the Norge weat

eiseov-red--hat certain members of
the harem had been approached by
dissatisfled officers of the guard ajd
that a plan had been laid to poison the
S.4Iveral insiates of the harea ha"v
heen thrown Into the Boephorus, and
Abdul Hamid is said to be afraid tc
take any nourishment, even if the fooc
had tWen sampled by the chief coot
in his presence.

ed and another ro0fry
wounded early today by two ld&m-ap
men who invaded a salet &a NIith
Kedzie avenae.

John Lane,_ a- stage ,car e _te Wik
shot through the head and el dead
just outside the door. -hae -.pr_--
a tor of 'he saloo.An-ast atiwa IV
wounided in the right breast.
Lane had topped at tlhe sicaA for
a drink. Regal hadserved- hi and
Sthe two 're talingrwhbe- two young

Walthour Improves. men I UtYr- 24- s t'wU r1Xs. U -
Atlanta. J-i'y -Yesterday Wat ga were stbefr M e
hour was able to sit up for a while -rew~ olvw andordredtead- iq .
and all his friends believe that he is ad ptro to ld u their
aow on the rapid road to recovery i hands- -
His vigorous constitution. never, Reacing quickly ndi'thoe bar
wasted by dissipation. has been of R-al Sied s a plte as fared ft a
great aid to him in pull!g through Ithe head of the neai~ r eter n-
his illness. The champion is anxio" ,statly shooti _-bean.
to get up again and get to -work. He IAne wa strek by .m- tie hl-
dislikes to be obliged to stay around lts a" ele* d to the doer Bt
the h wade a to be hable to moMe Iha. d the l. -- &
-sen Ng# kiniuaelehns ahir sam-

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r g e Visited Gainm


Ev eryrain W Growd-d Amost to
S' Siiaton ', and-by Nmoon Nearly
r Thousand iitors Were Enjoy-
Ing Themselve Here.
With a whiz anda sis. and a bang,
Switch blowing of trumpets, mingled
with Iall rD et devices for making a
n: e, -ith the playingof patriotic air
; y theC : Gain tile Siver Cornet Band,
te great and glorlou oFourth was wel-
S eoimed by the people of Gainesville
S .aad her visitors.
Naturewas particularly kind on this
-eeasion, and all during the day Old
Sol smiled with evident satisfaction
over the patriots of all ages, sizes and
h es who had gathered to demon-
S trate the gladness of their freedom.
Crowd Was Immense.
Never in the history of Gainesvilte
has there been a larger crowd on a
S similar oee-ion. Every train, from-
Severy direction, brought immense
S rowds, and on the High Springs train
several were compelled to seek accom-
modation on the tender of the loco-
S motive. About the same conditions
prevailed on the Citra and Micanopy
train, while the Seaboard from Cedar
Key and Waldo was crowded. A great
many came by private eonveyanme, and
some who were not disposed to em-
ploy a team or train walked in, 'just'
S for theiovelt." It is estimated that
s erowd df 8,i visitors enjoyed the
hospitality of Gainesille, and the ex-
S ecises oftie dayt willbe remem-
bered for many year.
Openhig of Program.
S The program Apened with music by
the'b d. The first feature was the
bicyle tournament, which was pulled
Sofon the north side of the square.
There were fve entries in this contest,
S the contestants being required to ride
an oblong corse, ecuring rings by
smeanof lanes. In this contest the
f rst prize, 5, was won by Valery New-
-bern, who s--eeeded in capturing
twelve rings. Matthew Dickinson was
awarded second prize of $2 50, having
secured eleven rings.
In' the foot race, 100-yards dash,
thIere were tbee entries, A. B. Cran-
dall and John Entenza of Waldo, and
J.0. Holder of Roehelle. This was a
pretty and exeiting race, resdilting in
the winning of the first prize, $3, by
Crandall. and the second, $1.50, by
Holder. Entenza brought up a close
The next feature was a foot race,
fifty-yards dash, opened+ to boyA fifteen
and under. There were several en-
tries in this %ace. which was even more
exciting than the first one. since the
boys 'manifested a greater spirit of
eagerness and determination. The
r ft prize of $ was won by Cuthbert
Padgett, while Glover Taylor pushed
him a close second, receiving a big
round dollar.
SThat Greased Pole.
When the greased pole feature was
aniouoneed the immense crord surged
to the south side of the square, where
the pole had been planted wi th an or-
der for $2S0oon the treasurer tacked
on the top. As the best evidence that
the committee in charge of this work

performed it well it may be said that
after several futile attempts by a
dozen or more boys the job was given
up as an impossibility, hence this fea-
ture waslalled off to give the boys a
chance toecatch the greased pig, im-
ported from the Bennington section
by.N A. Callison. This animal had
been shaved, and judging from the
trouble experienced in holding it
there mst have been some lard used
on his pigship. After a lively and
amusing chase the animal was even-
tually cornered and captured by a
young man by the name of Malphurs,
to whom the-pig was presented.
In the saek race there were several
entries, the prizes of $2 and $1 respec-
tively having been won by H. Harris
and Roy Johnson.
The Naval Conflict
About the most exciting as well a
Saiasing feature of the day was the
great nval battle between the Jap-
anese and Russia forces on the east
aide of the square. Five coloredd
Japanese" n;der command of Admiral
: roki faced as many "eoon" Ros-
siaan wih navy blue uiforms eoa-
m-d- d by Admiral K ravish ad
dagie i e os itowlu red, at

the fire department having laid two
tines of hose and equipped each
"army" with nozzles. As advertised,
this tight was to a finish. but it did not
require but a few moments for the
Japs to demonstrate their superiority,
driving their antagonists before them
amid the cheering of hundreds. The
result of this battle it is believed will
settle the war in the East.
Merchants' and Trades' Parade.
At half-past 12 the merchants' and
rades' carnival procession was formed
and paraded the principal streets of
the city, the various floats and ear-
riages being cheered and applauded
all along the route. For grandeur this
arade was one of the most spectacular
ver witnessed in this section of the
State, the floats and carriages being
beautifully draped and decorated.
The procession formed on East Main
street in the following order: His
Honor Mayor Thomas and members of
the city council in carriages; the pa-
rade committee; the Uainesville Fire
Department; Gainesville Cornet Band;
flot of PhiferBros., New York Rack-
et, representing an immense shoe in
which sat a young lady. It was re-
garded as a most appropriate and hand-
somely decorated float. Next was the
float of C. C. Pedrick, buggy and wag-
on manufacturer. This float was also
very original and appropriate, com-
prising one of the manufacturer's cel-
ebrated buggies in a finished condition,
behind which was a partially comple-
ted vehicle, while.the third was the
gearing of a buggy, attempting to
show the progress of buggy making
from the rough to the finish. Mr.
Pedrick received- many compliments
on this float.
One of the most appropriate floats in
the parade, which followed the Ped-
rick display in order, was the display
of John Entenza, proprietor of the
El Toney Cigar Company of Waldo,
,p the energy of whom much credit is
due. Mr. Entenza and two of his
cigar makers were busily engaged
making El Toney Cigars and handing
them out to the crowd as the proee*-
sion moved. This enterprising young
man made and distributed from the
float during p e day about five hun-
dred cigars. He was awarded the
frst prize of $15 for the most appro-
priate float.
The float of W. S. Dorsey & Co.,
while not so appropriate as it might
have been, was very pretty. This float
comprised a sloop-rigged boat under
sail. It was designed by Douglas
Perry, and reflected a great deal of
credit on-the ingenuity of the lad.
The float of the Gsinesville Gro-
cery Oompany was also in the form of
a boat. The float was handsomely
decorated with red, white and blue--
the colors of Uncle Sam-presenting
a very attractive appearance.
Old Plantation Days.


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Another appropriate display was the f Thus e!osed a Fourth of July celebra-
float of Dutton & Co,, manufacturers ~wi :the people of Gainesville and
of the famous Doig cotton gin, which is their gueas wi;i remember for many
recognized as the most superior gin the years.
world over. On the front of the float, Brutally Tortured.
which was driven by an old darkey of A case came to light that for per-
ante-bellum days, was one of the int and unmerciful torture h
Doig gins, while in the rear was placed perhaps never been equaled. Joe
a full-sized bale of Sea Island cotton. Golobiek of Colusa. Cal., writes: For
In the float a first-class old-time min- 15 years I endured insufferable pain
strelshow witheontinuous performance from rheumatim and nothing re-
was going on, four negroes with their lieved me though I tried everything
banjos and bones having been em- known. I came across Electric Bit-
ployed for the occasion.- This tioat ers. and it's the greatest medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few bott!ea
was really the center of attraction. of it completely relieved and enred
The float of the Gainesville Bottling me." Just as good for liver and kid.
Works was well and appropriately ar; ney troubles and general debility.
ranged, the display having the tea- Only 50s Satisfaction guaranteed by
deny to make the crowd thirsty. drggts.
The Atlanta Journal, through its' Capers is Klled by Bissilieu.
carriers, Jerome Wideman and Finley Columbia, S. C. July ---Joe Capers
Cannon, displayed energy in placing a: was hot and killed by Jamse Bisailied
float in the parade. This float con- I a quarrel over a patl mar Wal-
sisted of a buggy which was literally terboro. Bisilli~ meaped bt John
covered with copies of the great paper Small and Walter Graham, charged
in every imaginable fancy shape. The with being accessories, have been com-
occupants wore caps made from The mitted to jail.
Journal, and were protected from the -- -
rays of the sun by an immense urn- Working Night and Day.
brella designed from the colored sp- The biet and mightiest little
plements of the paper, thing th ever was made is Dr. King's
There were numerous carriages and New Life Pills. These pills change
buggies in the parade, but the most weaknew into strength, listlessness
handsomely decorated was that of W. into energy, brain-fag into mental
S. Dorsey, for which he received the power. They're wonderful in boild-
ward of jthejudge, curig the in up the health. Only 5e per box.
So g-, se us t e O. 8o by all druggists.

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The Jewel Laundry and Gainesville
Steam Laundry had very attractive
floats. .; -- "
-L. J. Burkhim and Marmcs Endel,
the clothiems and furnishes, were- i
the proce'imn with handsomely deco-
rated carriages. Although these were
not e tly appropriate, they were at-
tractive, and these gentlemen received
many compliments.
At the conclusion of the parade the
judges, comprising H. E. Taylor, B P.
Richards and A. M. Cushman, made
the following report: "In the opinion
of the committee, the El Toney Cigar
Company of Waldo, is the most ap-
propriate float, to whom the prize
should be awarded. The judges de-
sire also to make favorable mention of
the displays of the Gainesville Bot-
tling Works, C. O. Pedriek and H. F.
Dutton & Co., manufactures of the
Doig gin."
At half-past 2 o'clock in the after-
noon Hon. Christopher Matheson ad-
dressed a large crowd from the band
stand. Col. Matheson is regarded as
one of the most eloquent speakers in
this section, and on this occasion felt
sufficiently inspired to give his hearers
an enthusiastic Fourth of July ad-
dress. He was frequently interrupted
by cheers and applause.
The Ball Game.
The closing feature of the day, which
was also one of the most exciting, was
the baseball game at the park between
the Gainesville and Starke teams.
The Starke boys arrived on the noon
Strain with a good, strong backing of
friends and admirers in their trail,
many of whom were Starke's lovely
young ladies, who proved later to be
as enthusiastic over the national game
-especially the Starke team-as any-
one could possibly be. However, the
crowd was a jolly, good-natured one,
and the game passed off without any
The game was called at 3:30 o'clock,
and from the Leginning of the first to
the end of the ninth inning was an ex-
citing one. Up to the end of the
fourth it looked as though Starke
would carry the victory home with
them, but the Gainesrille boys be-
came determined, and in the fifth sent
five men across the lime-plate, admin-
istering to the visitors a big goose-egg.
After this the game was easy for the
home boys. The score was as fol-
Gainesville ...0 1 15 03 0 3 -10
Starke.. ... 1 00001-4
Batteries-Starke, Anderson and
Haney; Gainesville, McKay and
Umpire- MeArthur.
Attetidance-about 1,(000.
The line-up of the teams showed the

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Landing on ST. Johm River -
Leaves Jacksonville :30 p, n. Sunday, Tuesdaysand hLanmda.
Leaves Sanford :80 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and rida;ys.
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Se ds lso an they slighteset occe-:
*.po pM.- --e : is. Other people and a
i. t- lady g- to. 1 grett t her g~ns many of them, who are

SPg Lake View, Demo-a doctor.
j.dite nomai1 oSr cooty i- Tsome
ier win ttown Monday. He is peI m
- ee i -and mthn in the ounty a"d .
wil make ah e.elent guardian of the ean use ghe y alwsam
and ready n case of snudg
seSty'S tatee S_ sickness or accident a bottle of
ies: s -Harrisrof Oeais, the HamingrLs Wizard Oil; the beat
,-. OfmiO .lIida t''. rak and most reliable substitute for
erished dalhter nthe family doctor, and one tat
Haits of ihe Brisk City, is on a brief often makes his presence
it to M Chistine ichards. This entirely unn Wiard
o- lad friends and a d- Oi-l reeves immediately -and
ise ho are wy gld oal pa from whatsoee
get her. Only 6s ise. .
Among the prominent visitors to e nature "Nisin BrO." a Wrpsr.
gals He for the past two days wme ,am Bw a ona t riC .
Ni Vie krs of Palastk, one of the utin Cgh Ba sam wi a
sprgbtly paper.The -mighty, good remedy for all
publishers of that sprigs r Te ~ hroatand lung troubles. It
New and Advertisertiser. Aside from his cures scold quickly. Price 25c.
r s as a wspaper man, Mr. Bamhins Blood and Liver Pills
Vikers has recently required some are pleasant to take and most
prestige n politiles, being mayor of thea te' sve o incases of constipa-
C aty ~b e. o ti ou.tThey act gently and
Swithort pain. WB. P2k,
Lis J. Bruamby of Ocala. the elev-
:ad versatile editor an4 publisher
of The Florida Farmer and. -ruist ._ _. _-__
Growr, s amongg the arrivals at the DEATH OF MRS. PHIFER.
Browa House. Mr. Bromby has lst ____
earned from the World's Fai.rwhere -his Noble Christian Character Passed
he west wi th the Florida Pressa so
elation. lHereports a good time, and Away Monday Afternoon.
as the fair especially the Pike, is a One of the saddest deaths which has
.- roposi. M a." occurred in this city fjr some time
The lowing letter from Re rwas the demise of Florence Houston,
-ats o a le n M as Unsr ion be: the beload wife of Mr. W. B. Phifer,
tae bfeero bloit witsh kidnay di- who expired as her home at 4:30 Mon-
liter the lstr-five -hyears. I lost^
eaefor the last fle years. I test dy aoo after an illness of about
tleh and never felt well. Doetored two weeks.
with-leding physicians and tried ll Deceased was in her thirty-fourth
remedies Iugestmed without relief. Fi- year. She was a native of North Caro-
asaly tried oley's Kidney Core and lina, where, on September 10, 1890,
less than two bottles completely cured '
me and I am inow aor d and well." she was married to Mr. Phifer. She
Sold by J.W. MeCollm & Co. was a member of the Methodist
The usightly depression which has church, a devout Christian, and has
for solong remained ini East Union been an ative worker for the oause of
treat in front of the store of John Christ. She will be greatly missed by
Chesnat, reference ofwhich has been friedns in the church and co-workers.
intae several times in The Sun, has The fIneral was conducted from
been at last filled In with Alaehsa Kavanaugh Methodist Church at
rock, aid she merchants of that riein. 8 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. W.
ity are again easy. This depression J3. Carpenter officiating. The Iome
a-beeno that after everi rain it Mission Society of the Methodist
would remain killed with water antil chaich, of which deceased was presi-
the- sky-uie became eanant. pro- dent for two years, assembled at the I
d going mosquitoes which annoyed the evidence and preceded the remains toi
merhatof and would not permit them the church, where a large circle of
to take their evening np The was friend were in waiting to pay the last
ter as been remedied now, however, respects totheir departed friend.
and those most directly interested In his remarks Mr. Carpenter was
may again 'ret in peae most impressive, paying a beautiful'
tribute to the life and work of the de-
S They Di od G Work ceased. The ceremony was a touching
The first effort of the Gainesville one, and there were few dry eyes in
Joard ofITde in Gpushing the le- the congregation at the close.
Tbration of the Fourth of July was as A large number of friends accom-
commandable as it was ucessful, and panied the remains to Evergreen cem-
oarty ent as evidence that a board of etery, where the interment was held
trade s the proper, thing for any and the service concluded. The pall-
ely, bearers were Mesr. J. M Dell, W. I,
Whilethe board as an organiation Floyd, L. W. Fennell, N. K. Fagan,

is reponsible for the big day, to Hon.
Walter G. Robinson. the president, be-
longs a great. deal of credit. Col.
Robinson i an enthusiastic .worker,
aI recognizes no such word as fail
when he begins an undertaking. He
has worked hard, earnestly and with
untiring energy to ptsh the first ven-
tore of the new board, devotingat great
deal of his personal time, and the re-
sult may be judgedby the sucees of
the celebration.
Both Chairman Robinson and the
Board of Trade are to be eungrata-
lased, and deserve a vote of thanks.

Meeting of City Counci.
The honorable municipal legislature
convened i. regular monthly session
- Monday evening.
There ws a full board present not-
withstanding many of the aldermen
were fatigued from the exercises of
the Fourth, but besides the payment of
bill there was little business of im-
p:Iortlce transcted.
-The council adjourned to meet
Again on the 18th inst. for the purpose
Sof equaliing txes.

: h y Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
ou ca_ n secure a copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled, "What to
~:I in bpanish and How to Say It." by
i-- ing two cents in postage to W. H.
Leak dirisaon passeger agent, At-
S te ,at Line railroad, Saannash,


Ferdinand Bayer and W. R. MeKin-
The floral decorations were as beau-
tiful and fragrant as they were elabo-
rate, and came as last tokens of lore
and esteem.
Deceased is survived by a devoted
husband and four children, the young-
est only a few weeks old. The sympa-
thy of the community is extended in1
this hour of bereavement.

Death of Mrs. Bunch.
Mrs. J. M. Bunch of Dutton, .an in-
P;ate of the Odd Fellows' Sanitarium,
died Sunday afternoon from the effects
of a surgieal operation for abscess on
the liver.
Deceased was about forty-one years
of age, and is survived by a husband,
wwosons and a daughter, to whom the
sympathy of friends is extended.
SThe remains were taken to Bayard
Monday. where the interment was
h eld.
|I Indigestion,
s With its companion#, heartburn,
A atulence, torpidity of the liver, con-
i.tipatio,, palpitation of the heart,
Spoorblood, headache and other ner-
vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive Lreath aud a legion
of other ailments, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
the American people. The
Herbe treatment will cure all these
trouble. 50e bottle. Sold by W. M.

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In Connection with Stables.

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-o-- -oTrade -Monday,
About the most energetic aggres
tion of ladies in Forida are those la-
dies eomprising he membership of
Lirby SWith Chapter, U. D.. QC They
sever lose an opportunity to enrich the
:coers of their society, and when it
was announced tbat Gaioesville wouAd
celebrate the Glorious Forth in a -be-,
f6aingR manner they begs n to get to-.
getier their ice eream chumns-s ad nach
other aseesories as g o to m- ke ap
good things for a festival. ale.
The result was that on Moud"I
morning, bright and early, the ladies
were on hand on the sorth side eof ihe
square with an abundanee of ice ream
and cake, sandwiches and coffee, and
at the close of the day the eash was
counted, and it was asertained that
about $85 had been realized as a net
profit for their energy on this occa-
The Ball Game.
The game of ball at the park Tues-
day afternoon by teams from the east
and west iides of the square would
have been rather amusing and exciting
had it not been for the fact that rai
stopped the .game at the end of the
fourth inning. At this stage of the
game the core stood 12 to 8 in favor of
the east side. The attendare was
rather small, but those who did attend
enjoyed what there was of the game
Sheriff Rogers Shoots Negro.
Hawkinsvilee. Ga.. July 4.-Emnme:
Williams. a negro. wae 5sh Sheriff Rogers while resisting arrest
Williams was drunk and had draw
his gun, shooting at gne or two white
men in Old Hartford. Williams wilt
probably die.

Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the An-
nual Meeting of the stockholders of
the Gainesville '& Gulf Railway Com-
pany will be held at Gainesville,
Florida, at the offices of the company
on Tuesday, the 12th day of July, A. ..
1904, at eleven o'clock a. m. of said
day. At said meeting there will be an
election of offieew, and sech other
business as may properly come before
said meeting.
At Gainisville, Florida, this June
28th, A. D. 1%90.
W. W. HAMrro~N
Secretary Gaine;sville & (ulf Ity. Co.

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ershp of laMd, and we have aPno vate pero al m
with that business. We make a special of the priparams of
make exhaustive investigation of tite. W repr t
all matters prt.ainig to the amemerment iand ayea-teas a-d tM_ .i
demption ofouttanding tax sales. When you dproept sa s m-blewg'
vie in our line call oa or write us. Notary pblie ia _e.
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and Industrial reports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Records the last sale of Bonds and the-
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
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fSserftezAdent of Pubai intros.:

county Surewyor.

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nor Members of School Boat,
cocI ~I~kS

_ e telegraph editor of The Tampa
Tr be ia somewhat of a humorist.
When the telegram anouoneing the
nomilatiso of Mr. Swallow as the
Sprestential om inee of the Prohibi-
tioaite waas handed to him he prompt-
ly pleed this eaption amboe it. "Anti-
BoosenS take a SwHow." .

A bill is pending in the Georgia Leg.
islatre mnakig it a misdemeanor for
anyone to ship or import any Intoxi-
;esating liquor of any kind into a dry
j eats It iI known as ihef anti-jug
btIl and has been reported to the
ioase favorably by te *tepB|eranBe
e.smistee. A motion o to commit
hebil was lostt by a vote of. 6 to 84,
hichf woOuliadleas tat the O eas-
ure wi9m pas the houe.

iaed epaia t eir i bares
o ppeelvtp- rh wh.e r e v.er
ehal aeg4& e theuife ks sow out-
"er of.- bat m p oge.-
sir nad wideea.e ewus. The or-

beiaed i' Iar-
ganiation of a Beai of Trade, bow-

HOev -eer, wit a pr aire mana at 1
ead inf the pern otH W. G. Rob
inso. baa brought about a new order
of thie, and i .t .s fto say that
hereafter oqr bOeqaeas men will be
alive t he situation and Eoerevery
ee to people to frequently
visit the best interior town i g Florida
and have a g ood t me
The crowd that visited GaOinersville
to participate ll the festivities of the
Glorious e wasf m ll in cort o
iparieon t eo e thousandtt s to anbe
attracted ere by e great street fair
and -fall carnival
What say you, President Robtnson.
hall we have the greatest "blow oa t
this fall ever witnessed in Florida? If
so, now is the time to begin prepara*
tions for the grand event.


only entinrg tpon the reduction of

Id~ieret aiounts and see what. the
for the year 1904, The Timis-Union says
"Governor Jennings has redcedn the
tax to be applied to general revenue
purposes from three mills on the dol-
Uar to half a mill on the dollar. This
tax coven all the expenditures of the
State except for school purpose, pen-
sions And tie Board of Health. It is
reduced to a half ill a- the dollar-
in spite of the fact that it had to meet
last year heavy extra appropriations
amounting in all to $440,000.
We to nno t know of another State
in the Union that has as low a tax to
meet the generalexpenses of ts gov-
ernment. To realize hew low it las it is
only necessary to make comparisons of
different aounets and see what the
total tax would be. A citizen worth
only $1,000 would pay only W0 cents to
meet the general expensla es of the
State. One worth $10,000 would pay
ing 5; one worth 100,000h would pay only
rate of intre. The milliaire wod pay only

thie preducti dof taxation o the good
work of Florida's delegation in the
laet Congress. About three-quarters
of a million dollars-a sum that has
been due for nearly half a century-
wa collected, from the G Federal Go-
ernment, and part of it was used for
paying the State debt, thus reducing
theinterest chargese.ld -it
"These interest charges were further

ing bonds with others bearing a lower

against Florida are now scarcely ap-

"The present administration of the
State deserves much credit for the

of taxation makes. The rate imposed
by the Legislature was three mills on
the dollar, but the Governor wai au-
thorized to reduce it if he saw the
revenues and expenses justified it.

bosay. d aootsto aL .

MiePinnean ifeaM en. w dwasae-.

lle sb.e is tiew a egdln to enear

woriaoe esaerg y la F)lseMod The

w oan notae perored the marriage
erssemony for a aegre cople.

Farmer shouldM not neglect to lay
by plenty of "bcgaad hominy." Corn
be more proftably grown at pres-
eat prices than cotton, and the cold
storage plants in cloe proximity to
early every farm in this eetion of
she State rel es the farmer of ay
risk of losing his meat if he will pay
small priee o have it oured.

Capt. Broward. Demooeatiae oainee
for governor, is the h sad of a family of
ninne.aelading wife sad seven daoi h-
te. Hi wife and caldrenI pent near
y two months at Tallahasee during
the ssion of the Lesilature of 1901,
when he was a member of the hocs,
and are quite popular in the QCapital

Jacksonville isdletined to become a
great city. There is now at high side
27 feet of water on the St. Johas bar,
and the good work of increasing the
depth ontinoes under the able super.]
vision of Capt. R. 6. Rios.

Convict Breaks Jail to Elope.
St. Loig. July 3.--For love of Mrs.
Mary Downey of Joliet, lls.. Patrick
Hughes- escaped from the Joliet peai-
teatiary and ran away with her to St.
Louis. The two were arrested inm n-
leton street. where they had beez
liTing tince as Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Gaines. Mrs. Downey was managing
her hwband's farm on the outskirts
of the llinois ecity during the absence
of her sponse on his brother's farm
in West Seneca, New York.

A Bad Stomach
Lessents h &the uand hmarstbe hap-
piness of Hfe.
It's a weak stomach, a stomach that can
not proierl perforr I Its functlonsa
Aa-ong its symptom;ns are distress affer
eatimr, nausea betwben- meals, beartburn,
btwlchrinr. vofmting, tatulence and nervous

Cures a had stomach, indigestion and dys-
pepsiaa, and the cure is permanent.
Accept no substitute.


alt daily. Good
till Des. s .
RnPui Trip.--
sixty day.a

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either through Atlant aaid Cbthatn a a fr Cotaamia ad Astetlie. at i*
S.'.ro se. . .. . : 1*- : ...
Oly HIne from F orMa with its own rat io St. LOUs. Two aTL e
J-ekmaovle. Thouh eepi.g* ea.. ._
Ssep-oers o d BGtoreaA e t rie mba ai siitmmir i-a
of WeorFirP and mea"a Tm iiins la e ii mas wl"e tM oT s ol*Me
Stbrouh e Sepatofre Coatrr. tLke teOwal. etwlcumbe.s.
I ataliable ta vmati.. Sio ;Mese. s iut Im sas p
Dlsriut Passenicr Asmtt. 38 Wet a5 r St.. JaWeMdi th

eta. -. a _bbeSm

Highest market price paid for Chickeno. EC sad oher Pbda -

A Colt atok of Hse, Ca, Fr. Fr Nal, waa.

H erer n Strips orrB ITes
3manufaturers of the James o g Ipr oved-s E
SIsland Cotton Gin, and r


Sea IslaxLi_ Cto1

Sea Island C-tton Seei Bagging and Twine. Walr
Lather in Strips or.iides,

Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Suppaiesi for wiii


Wbe-7 -iZL Tr raec-


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bedsbe asfrfu 4ppduios v lm Ia 4
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WPO1K M W tf.; it l.iSav, nah, Columb* .F *.South
sys^^^ &^ses Savannah. Co urbia. Camden, Soutlen

"For 1902 Governor Jennings redoeed NOssa jeat m e.
the levy from 3 t 2 1-2 mills on the tH l ~ClelS, Raleigh, Rich o, Was -
"W "'" es ......C7o
dollar; for 1908. from 8 to 1 1.2 mill,
and for 1904, from to 1-2 mill. .Tak- ington Balt nimore, Ph
ing the three years together, he hasR SA Yr
aut the rate ex tly in half, m aking, N w
1-2 mills instead of nine answer for
three years. This cold not have been t eMt hditeag Nl Y k -.is
done without good nagement. the W- ld. CI t sC S' fS Cuatl t i
"No State in he Union Offers U aas Ski TisWO's iu 2 U ly.
mueh as Florida to the homeseeker.
It is safe to say that more has been
made from one cre of land in Florida ,I Leaboard E xpr ss.*
than in another Stateof the Unlio C
The death rate of the State is among I
the lowest. No State has a climate 8. gar, asf t sad a e
that an equal ours. Our people esn wrts "I k- a a" ar f ti w
live in comfort the year around. Flor- Pjf s wi rnw'~sya BAiU R SALT
ida leads the South in her public alp. 'Ie *aliy afr s as_ or -s /t
schools. A number of higher educa-- d lr mss meats. aD mAsis a-d ll m s
tional institutions are growing up in t e l o s ."
the.State, and State taxation is little Jim D
more than nominal What ore o ca u a lF LLAL- I-1
homesee"er ask?" wI ::

uw. ui. of Itching PilUs. OnlyLin Ope -
i. n i, a merchant of Orchard,
a., write: "hadl bad- i n greatly tro u-Aua9 Tln l s Seeo 'Iwl
bled with itching picks for several i..
years and tried many so-called pile f vainsoft rIe,.nuwt --- a> s.
eres wit-bout relief. hut was om plete fla lag:21 "and sleeper i N i
y- cred-ty BannerW lv. Is is te A4 -a--t ..
best pit ccure." %Sld by-J. W.XeCoL -' rit AQX t
I Ulu ` itiki
Im iCc- ^name*1-

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f; -e
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Beg, AO& -1U.N6 bM-W
aw bapl st to he

.+. Mr. oley was after-
wads arraigned in the hurch In Jaakk-
Abie of which lie was a member,
wa M s brighter fowshi was ta

l i ... : : . .-. .. .
o etio was taken by the church
ieaa-idi :h rch ot desir.a

t --teon the as1iono- the
ai Mr, to ea a eoaael of _leadIog

Sthis enill will be held in the
: aies tichorh Tueday evening..

#4 I t MAYOW Cn s qorT. -

K- Three aae Araigned sand sd poee
f bly is Heonr Msonday Morning.

xeir rt Moday morin9sg, which
-Wad ai t Iftrlit Court thae eadl of
-i-lt i piB experienced ford sev-
William Cook was arraigned oposo a
el piief asing profae language. hle
Ibd- to coigh p 2.50 and costs for his

Iafdtwe u rtioR rO "
Ed Starketaed in to celebrat the
Frth of Jlry on atuerday igh yh Y
teaklIg up o fighting liquor. As at
res ulht be ame disorderly and fell
S into be ham grabbersof an officer. t
est him 0 and the trimmings. It was
Seaostly but good experience.
Jim Cato, colored endeavored 'to
bead an firon rodt over the head of
Ralph Asher, a white lad. lie was
p*ited in and made to suffer the eon.
equeneaes of 1-s_ tenacity by paying a
fine of $ and coasts. "I ought to make
O yo pay 25 and costs or pat you in
Wail for thirty days." remarked the
Mayor, who was provoked, "but I'll let

ever brought before me for sueh an of-
1nse agn rIll see that 'the proper
S et' is pt to 0y.
M erv Tension.
A fte to health is nerve tension,
sometimes due to hurry and worry, bt
nine times out of ten due to poor indi.
gestlon, a bed stomach, a torpid liver
or constipation. These conditions all
S re et on the mind and will keep your
Serves on edge t you do not remove
them by using Green's August Flower.
S T re isi no better stomach medicine in
the world than August Flower, and no
sorer ure for indigestion ordyspepsia.
'iris bottle, 25e. Big bottle, 7 ie. at
W. MJon 'a. .
Merchants of Gainesvii e Give Em.
ploPes Half-Holiday Tuesday.
SAs a token of appreciation for their
excelleat service on the Fourth of
S;Jiuly, when all stores remained openr
during the entire day, th.e merehants

of the city closed their respective
places of business at noon Tuesday,
giving th clerks and other employee a
S This aet was appreciate by the
clerks, who spent the afternoon in a-
rios wayis. A great many attended
the ball game at the park.
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth

trie ed. Mrs. Winslow s Sooth-
a 8yup. for children eehig
o-u-lth Lhe ehild, roftena the glums
aa a pain. ures wind colic and is
beist rmedy for diarrhea. Twen-
asY-ve cents a bottle.
Cinty Cornmmissioner,.
Board of County Commissioners

SIfll slftd being, prent.
the regular routine of busi-
was nothing trapirig of
AL iar impotant nature. The
4 ;

-tnu t eitit

t- iSome .ues m e
Wor Paker ad will sfor Cpport i
long aa there is a po-lbtlty o1 is

0th Georgia delegatfoa. b li aN teas"It
becomes evident tht Parker eamnot
be nomated. Georgia has a masJority
whle would vote for Cleveland.
S-,ot courser said Mr. Smith, -my
preference for Cleveland is tell
known, and It should be glad to see
Shtm nominated, but we are honorably
oumsitted to Judge Parker. When
Heart attempted to catpure Geor-
gle the conservative men under call
issued by me met and determined to
Msnd a Parker delegation to the con-
vention. That was done, and Geor-_
gia will remain tree to him as long
as he a in the field. I expect to see
him nominated early in the balloting,
and his selection would be satisfactory
to Mr. Smith wanted it understood thai
there was nothing lukewarm in Geor-
git's support of Parker and it was only
St case of a breakup that Georgia
would consider another choice.

All Druggists
Ask the reade of this paper who are
Befering with indigestion or dyrpepsia
to call on theom at o e and get a bot-
tle of Kodol IDypepsia Cure. If you
knew the value of this remedy as e
know it, you would not suffer another
da. Kodol Dyspepsia Care is a thor-
ough digestant and tissae-building
tonsie a welL It is endorsed personally
by hundreds of people whom it has
nred of indigestion, dypepsia, palpi-
ution of the heart and stomach troub-
les generally. Kodol Byspepsia Cure

PR#tia a me me
| am -e w haamler cwap et Gnantae
U *s a bltan pro mie of eae l
twse Grniet D ritaLt4 and Thib. A6
Iema. anider c a a of truse, is in
cr-ap, and his story is thatn cials
ar. ftroer wa frim al bLaC a bearing
a reqast for an armistice. ion el I
Yranhizband A pu ts but little trust 'in
th.* od talUh of the messenger, 4and
c itr i irazDmnald counts on havia;
to c&rt t e gratresat fortress of G
an tse. wiich has twel been calledi
-a Gibraltar of Tbhbet.
T'be fort s i,40 u yards from the
cap. aand crowns a rock ridng ",0'
fe t from th plafis. 'On( the other n
fac oiu.psite the camp, the Brititsh
8han ctnnitd 297 jingals (Thibetat
fca-no" ald there -tla e Thibetans
ha1 th bJh thrie- series of dliagonai
wil s 5 fet high. with traveres and
Spt The we terna tace of the
ro k s icpes gradually. Prsumnably.
gu-as have bein placed at an four
qubar:irs of the rocki.
At the hottom of the rock two eoni
skCerable villages throw out arms
ea-t and w-est. and it Is to ,he forti
fl aion of these villages that the en-
Iery is anow devoting his attentten.
Tlce w.Lis Lave been strengthened
an.1 canntn have been -placed eon
.themi. A long wall has also been
bud t -20 yards outside the western
AvflIae. from which a covered way has
beCB projected towards a rni-Fd i
houae 600 yards northwest.
1videnty the garrisa of .the fort
kzuw nothing of the presence of the
so called pacific envoy, for a constant
an pntg fts going on from the rock
gulanc? .
Apart from having to demolish tbP
Thibetin (ihiraltar. the Britishb r
slmn has no easy task. The- m'nimb:" i
of the expeditionBhajeall suffered cx-
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IWomen who work, whether in the hos4o
store, office or factory, yveirary .h--
ability to standthe strat cae ifi
Miss Frankie Orser, of Boson, Mass is
interesting to all women, and adds f -urt
proof that woman's great friend in ned i
T vLd. P DPi.Lt. k Vlf-. flk t

auuluue tLUA% ation at I-T-
digeslt what you eat. it is pleasant, "....- ... -.,i at -. l f ~-
palatableand strengthening. tee being high abo the plains of -
India which they have left behind. d
POISONED MILK CAUSES DEATH. Of 500 of the Tuna garrison 26 have wake fromanreati ul n laeir paa_ 2-rtha
l----ed of exposure in the rareled air. I could cloae y eves again. I dreaded the a
Two Children Drank and One Lost The plain on which the camp is set cold do no wor.I consulted d re phycians
Its Life. being of a greater altitude than the' I f that their medietans did u i 1ar me, ie
Maeso. Ga.l .--Pooed by e summit of Most Blanc the Sepoes i f, i I on t it
Ing fed condensed milk, the little 8- have not only to fight the T -foot Thlib- was rid of everyache andpi an a re redtoperisc
months-old son of B. T. Thomas. a titans. hut, with distended eyes and bhavea-~aeappetiteoand havelgained In weightia ot
well known grocer of 336 Monroe gaping mouths. they fight the enemy i 1Warretton St, Boston, Ma
street. les dead at the home of its with bursting lungs, atrely you eanot whi to r n weaki
parents, while a &2-year-old daughter a ea ha with each day wok. S in
I- dangerouly ill. and may possibly HOPE LOST FOR KENT LOOMtI. I ftaiti E Og1tan Is rep e for tals cXh
die. k- o k ,W-e ork effoit. XLdEI hkbir aMe
Both the children have been raised American OffcI at ParIs BliCew
-n condensed milk, and a new can was H Dead. The C e o L o wh "il
opened and after being diluted was P --Tbe-American emba "
placed in the bottles, from wilch the Paris. July a-The Amen uembaw D I as" P
children drank. Soon after parking y and consulate have given up hope broke down s dde
of the tilk both chftdrhn a earte a that F. Kent Loois. who disappeared :'ada -o oidow.
oh from the steatmer Kaiser Wilhelm 10 a i bl
perately ill and the infant died. r the steamer a
Physicians who were called in pi e miarabe A appetite
nounced it a case of poisoning and Letters to that effect have been for- l y-h
gave It as their opinion that the milk wardd t the Am.rican state epart-
ment. The letterss rreommend that a aft -k -I took-5S
was the eatise. hmnd no,
Juat wha-t raiedl the milk to have thorough official -nq.iry be made of I
thIbs Iffet is not yet known. uht an in- the ofciars of tle Kaiser Wilhelm II O l
vcst:gatio:i w:i be rm, ". when that vessel-arrives at New York, X .n htill Vt
as her stops at Cherbourg, Southamp- a recoma-m
Basall Players d Foot Racers ton and Plymothare too brief to per-! 1 i IV lb
mit of official investigaton. \ w <
Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion lbng Assistant Secretary of State Loomis the day, ad m
distance foot racer of Germany and will receive Monday a typewritten let-; % Myst hb
Holland, writes, October 27th, 1901: ter over a dozen pages from WIl- i poTd. and felt b
"During my training of eight week' liam H. -llls. covering the most ml- I bid fw yr em r I fta llye adowtd .l e i tra
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April nute details of his brother's doings up m Blar Lwro, 1w East 4th St, o .
ast, Iused Ballard's Snow Liniment to thf time of hih disappearance. Al- i
to my greatest satisaetion. There- ,' b i s
fore. I highly recommend now Lini- though Ellis declined to publicly dis--
ment to all who are troubled with euss the easo he told officials that he
sprains, bruises or rheumatism." 25e, last saw -Loomis between 10 and 11i ---
50e, $1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John- o'clock -t night as the steamer entertn A|
son. Plymouth. 'N n ii Ai7 PrPrim uh
A lettOr has been sent to Bremea di- -
Sidl Dis Saving Three. reeling that an official inquiry be made
Bsthlehem, Pa., July 5.--l a ee. in regard to the whereabouts of the JACKSONVILLE, FLOI
cmuell attempt -to save the lives of lady and gentleman who were seen
three girl companions who were pick: supporting Loomis shortly .before the
Ing coal on the railroad tracks -t Kaiser Wilhelm's arrival at Plymouth. t2 0 r d y d
Redlngton, near here, 10-year-old Liz-
Se Sabold was killed by a train. Consumptives Need Not Despair p-iv:te bath from May 1
-- As many eass pronounced hopeless
group. by physician have been cared by Fo- Vember 1st $ per
Is a violent inflammation of the mu- ley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of f
eous membrane of the wind pipe, Ieasoner. Iowa. writes: "The doctor .
which sometimes extends to the lr- Lsaid I had consumption and I got no AT LAST I nAVE IT FOR TEs 1
yj and bronchial tubes, and is one of better until used Foley's Honey and
e mot dgerou d ero s diseases of chilT- T.It helped me right from the start -
dren. Ita lmaot alwray cornea on in I opped the spitting ofblood an d M oneI z u
the night. Give frequent-amall doses pan m imy lnna and todayI am soand
of lallard's Borehound Syrup and ap- and well." Sold by J. W.MeCollam At O.AL. FLORID
ply Ballard'l Snow Liniment ekternal- Co.
ly totthe throat. 25e, 4O,l, Sold by k . V -
W. Joho. O the A. C. and S. A, L V.
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Found Pot of Sled.'
Crstne, O.. Julyj .--Mrs P. c, c
Graw, while huat~ g her pet red frx
found an old bttle--o with go .
cona in a tree siewr w liae. Her
roty was to bave "m l nem t

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0. 0i Hibee. Dnville, Il, wrigtesr, ROOMS FOR 100) GUETS.
De. 2, 1901:: "About two years ago f l Fiiiim ggg "ll --
.Wu laid up for four months with r n '-
Liniment; one bottle eiii mie. I 3 ____I______
an cheerfully reommead- it to alln e E
nufferlwg fram like Aitionw." '5c, 2e TR"A A9
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wr na, Julyr 4.-President
Resssvet left Washington for Oyster
Sat l olo BIs g. The
VtO was madeon the special car "'May
erw attaced to the regular train
fbr Nw York on the Pennsylvania
ri4d. The president's arrival at Sag-
amoe HIi completes the family ciro-
cle at the Roosevelt residence. He
Swil ieigmin there seekiu asnmueb rest
sa-t d recreation as possible until at
a te: r h ha been notifed of his noir-

-- raAr genien"t have been made at,
tOyswter Bay for IPrildent Rsevelt's
; exi native o fficP in the same quarters
She oecunped last summer. The room
:areS It ]a business block of the town,i
and there he wi!l transact all offi
S 1iB8iaesa during the stay at his sum-
mer home. Direct telegraptec com-
mnniicatiaon will be maintained with
i- Washington.
-Plans were made to give the presi-
d- : ent a rousing welcome when he ar-
rived at Oyster Bay. TOe streets
:-'.we re decorated ad the sotIl chil-.
ren from miles around gathered at
'- the ritlway- staton to greet the presf
K^- detlala party with songs and waving
--| e t .. . "fta g s .'
S With the president on his special
S train were Secretary and Mrs, Loeb,
i- Sec retary Barnes and the regular
: corps of White House clerks, ste.
na-raphers and messengers.
It:U is President Rooeevelt's intention
to m- ke his Oyser Bay ubourn as free
h offleial and political cares as poa-
gg^. ^-.:^^^*;;--- '^ *
At the same time he will devote
the ecee8sary time daily required for
the transeotioa of escutive busIte s.
1 roettne will be gmno through with
itteyM. it Is at tOhe exasetve of-
.. _- o .-f Whte It will re-
: inu'swa* boarm daily. -'Eagamore
S H, bow ver. ts not to be -as coeset-
ble to dealers asathe hite Bea.. r
^^ IS Plaumd that comparatively tw peoO
p- e will be received by the president.
--OffI el -cal wllt be limited to theii
e -n atIveness. Political callers ent
pr the president by Chairman Cortel-
Fye, of the Republican national corm-
uaittee, will be received. The presi-
dent will receive his personal friends
es usual.
-President Roosevelt will be notified
hbs nomination for the presidency
SJuly 27 at his Sagamore Hill resi4
deuce. He will leave Oyster Bay for
S Washington the next morning.

Weak Hearts
Areeaased by indigestion. If yon eat
a little too much, or if you are subject
: to ittabks of indigestion, the stomach
expands-swells and puffs up against
S tihe heart. This crowds the heart and
sahortens -the breath. Rapid heart
-:--_ beats and heart disease is the final
S relt. Kodol Dyspepsia Curedigelts
what you eat, takes the strain of the
Heart, cures indigestion, dyspepsia,
.- ar stemaeh, and contributes nourish-
-- met, strength and health to every or-
g an.- Sold by all droggists.


S-hot Himself Through Heart with a
Large Pistol.
Columbia, S. C.. July 5.-At Spar-
tanburg William H, Lowe. 48 years
: old. night watchman at the \\hitnty
Cotton Mills. comnjmittel suic:id by
booting himself through the heart
SWith a 38-calIber pistol.
.r_. No cause ts known for Lowe's act.
He had lust entered his home and
S gone upstairs when the report of a
: staol was heard by members of h s
i'family downstairs. No attention was
paid to this. his wife .thinking tF~t
wh was cleaning a min.f A T f\ m.in-
utes larer a negro caiii-d to see himi
andi shen his wife w; nt to hi rmgor
Arhe foanui his life~-.s .)ody on a bi'!
S an the pistol nearby.

The easiest. cheapest and best remedy
foretarrh, colds, asthma and all dis-
eases of the throat chest and lungs is
S Quakor Qil, the new discovery. It is
perfeely harmless even to children,
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
S isfaction In every case or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
grippe ipasible, quickly destroys
disease germs, and insures ful, per
fe tand natural breathing through the
-ostrit. For sale by R.W. Vanse,
trIsland ove P. ,

eaolr BLaDRS illtoR w-o.
; m AKiKAoEf-nos.$ae- "
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Atlantic Coast Line, the quickest
route by two hours and eleven min-.
utes from Jacksonville to Washington,
offers excursion rate, Jacksonville to
Washington.and retuRin $37. Tickets
now un sale. Florida and West In-
dian Limited, fastest and fIoest all.
year train between the East and South,
leaves Jacksonville at 9 a. m.. arriving
in Washington 7:54 a. m. following
morning. No 40, Atlantic Coat Line
Express, leaves Jacksonville 8.06 p.
m.. arriving in Washington 11:50 p.
m. following evening. An -excellent
opportunity to visit the nation's capi-
tal at nominal cost. Tickets good to
return to October 31st. Avail your.
self of the quickest and best line.
Both trains carry Pullman drawing-
room sleepers, Jaeksonville to Wash-
ington. Florida and West Indian
Limited carries Pullman finest dining
ears, Savannah to Washington.

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Man Jumps td- Death From 1sad
Bdge, St. Loui.
9t. iLoai, July 4.-After divesting
himself of part of his clothing a man,
opposedd to be Edward SentiUne Che
aoy. of Lockport. Ill.. jumped from the
Beds bridge and drowned.
The body he not been reredo In
the clothes which Cheney left on the,
bridge a letter was found addressed
to "My Mother and Sister," in whleh
the writer said he was "tired of liv-


Helmet o Diver Became Displaed
While Under Water.
Cbester, Pa. July 4.-Captain G. H.
Meteait, of Philadelphia, who In cmarae
of the divers engaged in deepening
the Delaware river channel off Ches
ter. has been drowned in his diving
He went down to the river bed be
cause of trouble te men were having
with a drill. The helmet of his diving
apparatus became displaced and he
was pulled on deck dead.

Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I bad consumption 'so
bad that if I walked a block I would
oongh frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all otber medicines failed, three
$1 bottles of Dr. King'a New Disov--
ery wholly eared me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to :ure coughs, colds, lagrippe, bron-
chitis and all throat and lung troutbles.
Price SOe and 1. 1 riial bottles frde .at
all drug stores.

Colonel Nctson Was Prominent Mason
and Insurance Man.
L.m:,tvii 1.e JiTt ll.-- T. C. Nelson,.
ecrTary cif t-e CKentucky and Ten-
nes: e Board cf Frre U underwriters
and wildly known throughout .theL
-outh. diedl sid at his re.sicr-nee in this city early to-
Colonel N+! ,n was born in Litth*
Rock, Arl.. ii: yt ars ago. He served?
throughout the civil war in a Missis-
sippi regimeunt andl at the close of the
struggle returned to Little Rock and
engaged in the insurance business.
Subsequently he held responsible po.
Ititons in Atlanta. Nashville and New
Orleans. He was a prominent Mason
ad retained his membership in the
Commandery of Knights of Templars
at New Orleans at the time of his

Piles Upon Top of Piles.
Piles upon top of piles of people
have Thepiles, and DeWitt's Witch Ha-
Iel Salve cures them. There are many
different kinds of piles, but if you get
the genuine and original Witch Hazel
Salve, made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of
Chicago a cure is certain. H.A. Tie-
dale, of Sum merton, S. C., says. "I
had piles 20 years and DeWitt's Salve
cured me after everything else failed."
Sold by all druggists.

Round Trip Rates to Washington, D. C.

A handsomely illustrated marine
devoted especially to the interestol
the fruit and vegetable growers of
A special trial soubsription of six
month will be sent on receipt of 26
cents. Stamps taken.


Chicago Improved Property

ln lots of Five to EglIty
Themand DollarsBfr Ala.
*e1a e uty property and
asht Above property is
pajyi frlo 10 to 14p er
cent Met.

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WQ TRAOe o-R l- es w le

Isw la Womon sta otf ot TT houses
S Scht and Disappeared.
Mraphis, July 5.-4 ML Sttrey. of
Athens. Ga., ias here looking for his
..E wIfe.
Sdisappeared suddenly about six
iaath sago. q nd all troet of her hasa
be-m lat. Mrs. Storey cme to Menr
9Ws from Athens eight amoths aso
with the avowed purpose of Mterm g
buaineass college- She had money
for her tutelage and expenses while
here. and no one thought of trouble

lag her care of the general delivery
in Memphis. She wrote in answer to
his letters for some weeks, but tn Do-
ember her letters ceased.

No Pity Shown.
"For-ears fate was after me eon-
tinuously" writesFF. A Gullege, Ver-
bena, Ala. Ihad a terrible ase of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnic- Salve coed
me. Equally good for burns and all
aches and pain#. Only 25e-at all drug

Notice is hereby riven that Abstract & Real-
ty Company. purchaser of Tax Certiieste No.
Mil6 dated the 3rdday of April. A. *D. IM, hbas
filed iai certticate- n my olfte. and has
made application for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with law. Saidcertficate embrace
the followIng described property situated in
Alachua county. Florida, towit:
North 4 of Sec- I!. Tp T. R1. o9-3m acres.
The said la d bei ng aiesed at the date of
the buanee of such certisfcate in the name
of Witte.
Unless aid certitcate shall be redeemed
according tolaw. tax deed will bsiue thereon
on the 9th dayr o July, A. 1904.
Witnessmy ofletial sGnature and seal this
the 7th day of June. A. 190.
Clerk Circuit Court Alaebus County.Fla.
du Per S. H. Wienaes. D. C.
Notice fs hereby a ven that Mi. S F. Jack-
on. purchaser of part Tax Certificate No.
30. dated the 4th day of November. VO.
bas tled said certificate in my ofines. and has
made application for tax deed to issue in a-
cadace witbhlaw. Said eerdneate embraces
b following described property, stated in
Alachua county, Florlda towit:
W4 ol' Nw% of Nw3X. SeW._s. Tp. 11. HI&
The said land bei e-w afed at the date of
the IsUance of such certncate in the name
of Unknown.
Unless said certideate shall be redeemed
aceordin to law. tax ded wil issue w ereon
on the ltbh day of July. A. D. I104
Witness my oefcal signature and seal this
the 14th day of June, A, ID1. tM.
Clerk Cireuit Court Alachba o.. Fla
pd Per S. H. Wienge-. D. C.
Notee is hereby rven that N. A. Strobbar.
purchbaerof Tax CerUtiate No. 4. dated the
sth day of Aprit. AID. la. has ied said cft
cate In my oIffe. and has made application for
tax deed to isue in accordance with law- Said
certiicate embraces the following described
property situated in Alacbua county. Florida.
S.wm of.See. It. TI. 7. R1
Tb said land being aesed at the date of
the ismuance of such certtincate In the name
of Unknown.
CUlmem said eertllleate shaH be redeemed ao-
cording to laiw tax deed wil lne there o
th e. daI tof Aurast. A. D. i9.
Witness my official dsinaure and seal thbi
the 27th day of June. A. D. t0.
H. C. DENTON. Clerk Ceirct Court.
By S. H- W/enges.D. C.

The Florid

Fruit and Truck Grower
L. a BREIBl, Utte aad Prep'r,

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from ripe Saw




Berne !. .Absolutely f r e e

.from pernicious hbi.mfuli
drugs, Metto stimulates
the liver, flushes the kid-
neys, acts directly on the
bladder. Makes these or.
gans perform their func.
tions in a natural way,
thereby keeping the system
in perfect and healty con-

Soll by All Druggists.

Illinois Cetal


St Lonis Exposition.
In eMneetie with W. A L L, La
N., C. & St. L frO IAtlahta
Lr. Atlanta a. .. Ar. St. Lo~is 7o a. m.
Lv. "" -30 p.m.. Ar. St. Louis7T a.m .

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Carr-yti the only moronil sleevior car roim
Atlanta to St. Lois. A Tis car leaves Jaeaorn-
vile dailyr $1 p. m.. Atlanta 1 a-. gariv
you the entire dar in St. Louis to get oated.
For rates from your city. World's tFar j uide
Book ad scedules. sleeping car reerwaoass.
also for book showing boteh and boharinr
houses. voting their rates. write to

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National, State am C.r_--.
al Tickt :::.

Presiderwial Electes.
C F. Buffum-F rlin e'woin
SGe. L Robinson--Marion eanty'
Geo. H. Holmes-Brevai rd ty
G. A W. We~dell-Ga4dedn oa sr,
A M.oe Cuman-Aiachuaa -touus :-
For Governo~-IHon. B. -li

ine,. USTitit.
Secretary uf State-Jokhn I

It -i u E AUoney-erail-Efred C. C tZbb

Jackso.nville. Florida. ly. e A, p
Comsptroller-.h LSippJer P.ilk.
Treas-- raer-EM. Bresfod, Dade-
Superintendent of Public Ia
Leading Brands i- --w.n R oMai. o. -. _
-Cormissioner of AgriatarJ..
at L stLowes Prices RoWle, Putnm
_Ralod Commissioner- H. j
Riteie. St. Johns.
,end for Price List i, J.wieeSu 0 rtor erm

All Goods F. 0. B. Jacksovl Hlab or "er-
S' .C. S. Adams. Do -
W. H. SIBLEY, E tU ti rd- "a .
Dry Hot Air. Medeaie Vapor Bwatn Mm alisb .
asees trea wI be aa Seod Congreasional Dstriet-J.
stoanI th ma dm In the wo um -t of i- CbeaeyI II ranm
eases of whatever amstre ora s-
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w nta piano a Iite... ._
Saevie boy the

Priest as lew as waU h _ia
eakh er iaL W~e wp trekht. Wtsl
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E u rsion tiket* now An e-l. o i .
m Ganesvie tS Lois aId
$44M.1 Reaiaimee.

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avw Anwigatons Are Made Agat
-11e JpaneSe Charging Them With
Iftnlwtana and Most UnsoldIerlike
S Ce. ; at---JSpF' Honor at Stake.
3St Per, -r. July .-The Joqwr-
a de P: t.rlAnir41, the semBi-ofl-
S -ial ergan ., i'f- t:reign office, print
I tis ." -e 'ain; ontE of its infrequent edi-
t oriali.trce dating vi h official de-
S alt by the Japanese uvernment re-
ports of the 1nuAliOi of Russian
wounded The art6cle iays:
"A simple denial is nt. exculpation.
We do not deny that our woundcd
e well treated at asse' and other
jpa- ese cities whitr o-rgan.
.:-ospitals are operated z r the yes
tof Eirope, but en the ftled of bat-
+ tie, wheit the Russians ara f( rced to
abandon -the Russians a crlel fate
await hem, as *eir agonized crime ;
n- f- ot wbe heard In-Europe. A p't:-;..
:-/!: g 'sph.by 1. Stankevite. sh,,ws hor-
ui- ly BImItlated Rnsslans with hands
eat of nd tongues cut out and pierced
byAW th s. An officer was found in a
liable Wcoadition. He was restored
to enwscoaness and said he had been
etd upn deliberately by a Japanese
S diler. Hits deposition, signed by
R stan Uthe Ruaetan authorities and
several f-litary attaches, will soon be
Ax ouT possession.
"(Gneial Romanoff has, made a de-
talled report upon the subject to the
S ed Cross and Prince Jalme de Bour-
b Mas furnished testimony regarding
the battle at Vafangow. News has
Al- inso e- me and has -not been deadled
1 -the Japanese accounts that the
JapaneseT use lances and have decid-
ed to give so quarter to the Coasacka
who tall Into their hand.
''- the face of ruch gfrae facts we
think an 'ndignant denial' will not
.: uc to ave the Japanese honor.
S*'Ws have reason to -believe that
Sthe Jpanese massacre and mutilate
-the wounded, but treat well for the
eyes of Europe those remaining after
the massacres.
"A porportion of the dead to the
Sounded will prove such that it is
hardly possible now to determine;
but sooner or later the truth will come
"Durtig the Tureo-Rassian war the
STurkish atrocities were incredible.
Whea-ia the march General Skobeletf
'upon halt naked and horribly
mutilated Russians who said to the
English correspondents: 'Behold. gen-
S Uemen! An Instractive spectacle.
- t the people of your country knoow
what they are Susta inng.
S "Il this dilemma the Japanese must
pivve.-but not by affirmation, that the
alleatiou maile against them are
S alse or ber the Indelible disgrace,
Which would prove it to be perfectly
true that a people cannot paas sod-
deaty from a state of cruel barbarism
S to ,one of civiltzatton by means of
pu rely tchnical skill. without pssin
through- the incomparable school of
S 1900 years of Chrslatianity. which, per-
Shaps, is the most valuable possession
of FEurope. In any case. the Japanese
y .be retain of one thing-tata Run-
s|ia will ever have course to repri-
-- which would be against over In-
stinct of our nations."

- i

the mace bt'arers and bands and ac-
companied by all the h cal notabilities
and proceeded along a troop-lined
route through the town to the college
grounds. where the installation cere-
mony. which dates from the year 12(5.
was carried not.
The castle batteries saluted as the
barons of the Cinque ports promised
allegiance to their new lord warden
and admiral of the Cinque ports.

The pill that will. will fill the bill,

-- Without a gripe.
PORT ARTHUR CRISIS NEAR. To cleanse the liver., without quiver.
"-"- "-Take one at night.
Rusians PreTarng to Meet 4t-Fee. DeWitt's Little Early Risern are small,
tigners Ordered to Leave. easy to take, easy nd gentle in effect,
Che oo. July 2.-1130 a. m-Af yet they are so certain in results that.
fai are, it is .aert reaching a no one who uses them is disappointed.
la r s atseh reanheng a cri- For quick relief from biliousness, siek.
t ortrthur, and the Ruian headache, torpid liver, jaundice. diz-
re ady to meet it with all the force ziness, and all troubles arising from an
at their command. inactive, logaish liver, Early Risers
The few foreigners remaining at are unequalled. Sold by all druggists.
fort Arthur, with the exception of sev-
oral who are under suspicion have MOCK MARRIAGE BINDING.
been ordered to leave. A nmber -ar
ed e today. There incded the Performed to Win Bet, Divorce Now
managers and clerks of large firms. Found Impossible.
whih continued in business during e t. Louis July h e mock
siee. The Rus ans sealed the prem- marriage of Mts Gussie Carson to
Isw and gave the merchants recent Roscoe J. Carson. both of East St.
for their stocks of good. Louis, but not previously related,
TIe Norwegia turns out to be decidedly legal.
t harbor ready to bring out-the Two attempts in Bellevfile to be di
women andv chUdre. Every an ed have resulted-In refusals by
dchiUdre. isery Rusilan Judge R. G. W. Holder. On April 25
dedto take a pinreprte, thebe ord the couple were married by 2 Justice
joln the forces taci ntthe Invaders f the peace- The young aan had
the hlls back of the tow. wagered $10 with a friend that he
Four battleehiwps. g- as and t would marry Miss Carso in a cer-
S4I boat ir-kept i the harbor twa time, and to win his bet Carson
wh o two bmatUleships. e l osed t th girl. at A.e go
.a* -taPedo bt make s through au ok e ie y with om.
S One-tpedbatit to o : consentd thinkingIt great
makiNo i K w she think ft s0 jok
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Offiee over Maresa Enders. Al work guar


provisions have succeeded &4 pas1.a
the JOpanese blockading leet, one
junk landed 5.000 sacks of flour. A
cargo of coal is also said to have been
isuded. Chinese' who arrived today
say the Japanese have increased their
blockading fleet to 40 vessels.
JapO Gain Heights Within 10 Miles co
Port Arthur.
Chie oo. July 2.-7:30 p. m,-It has
been learned here that a big battle
was fought on land near Port Arthur
on Juno 26 and June 27.
The Japanese were successful and
on the morning of the 28th they occw-
pled certain heights within 10 mil-s
at Port Arthur. The first Japanese
d'ivtsion which suffered so heavily aV
the battle- of Nan.,han Hill and the
Elevent -:.vision. fresh- from Japan.
we're engaged.
The Japanese losses have not, been
learned. but the Russians ire said to
'have suffered very heavily.

Russians Holding Dalien Pass.
Liao Yang, July 4.-The Japanese1
are advancing over.an extended front.
General Kuropatkin is in personal
command of the troops and the latter
are in splendid spirits. The Rus-
tian. ate holding Dalien pass. Fifteen
trains are arriving here daily. .Majof
General M!tschenko's troops are fight-
ing constantly.- The Russians as-
Ssert that photographs taken prove that
the Japanese are killing the wounded.
An officer wounded near Siu Yen on
June 25 was left- on the leld by the
Japanese. The Russians are furious
at this wanton cruelty.' They also
claim that the .Tapanese use toul lan-
guage in approaching the Russians.

Russian Troops Retreat.
General Kuroki's Headquarters, in
the Fiel via Fusan. June 2'8.-(De-
layed In Transmission.)-The Russian
troops have retreated all along the
line before the northern advance of
the Japanese army and Phe country
to the northwest: is almost clear of
them. A cavalry division which has
been active in front of the' Japanesd1
rfght has retired along the road and
across the country. It appears as
though General Kuropatkin feared he
wouMd ab surrounded. Determined to
matke a stand at Liao Yang. a decisive
battle before the rains is probable.


Dover, Eng.. Elaborately Decorated,
Honors Lord Curzon.
Dover. i.gland. July 4.-Lord Cur-
Zon, of Keddleston. viceroy of India,
was Installed today as a lord warden
of the Cinqup ports with all the cuns
tomary crEr -monial.
thover was elaborately decorated w'th
flag in honor of the occasion anix
gr 'at crowds tiocked In to witness the
quaint and interesti!Ig proceedings.
SLord Curzon first raade a trium-
phant tour of the town and then pro-
Sc'ededp to DOver castle, at the entrance
of which he was welcomed by the
Barons pof the Cinque ports in gorgeous
robes. -
A nroe ,.-'on was f.rrned. headed by


(Can se!l your eity property, (-mim-
pr vet and unimprovedd. phosphate.
tru-king and farming lands. dead him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142m


GAINESVILLE, Alaehua Co., -LA.
Offiec in Endel Block.

[Snecesor toSeialert Alder
Over Duoumo & Co Igpuak.
Special aetieon to Crown and B
Phone ,T-.


--- 1 2:15am
Graduate BlItimore College Dental Surery 1 Daily
Five years' experiene Ia New York Cit. D a ..
Crown. Brtide work ad FtlW a Speealties 315 p n
b6rica ixExsM.BLOcK. GAIRVILLm. Fia j Daily

JOHN MENlZIES. Proprietor.
219S1 W. ay st.. Jacksonvine, Fla. Intechan
-- eipal railways
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't Through
fail to call on me when in Jacksonville Line; also via
___ For compt
(tw . LTheo). FRANK C. BC

Porcelain Inlay Work and the IReguiation of

:iee tn spccUaUeo&
OMice in-Mlier Law Exchane,

Gwainesville acine Works

Can turn and straighten whole length
of Shafting and Pipe-Cutting
up to 12 irbhes.



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Of All Dmcript"iw.

Sole Agent. forMONARCb and SOEMB
EIGy qUALITY Shoes. Every
pair warranted.

J. Usnasse. Afent

Nic Arend's Saloon anid Cf!

Jackesoville. Florida

Merchant Lunch from 12 to 2p.m.
Bartbhelmay Redhester, ale Im-
ported Wurberger Beer eo lX han

Steak, Fish, Chop Game in season,
to order. Pool, illiads, Bowhag
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MAachua Pool Parlors, I

C. Bares, rnrieter.

IUcatmed in the Porter Block, oouth
side m a. T
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Gaine wr
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I I. 2gs mof lWayea 5. Ga., UM W V. Ellis o Iatra as | is tows Iate of Weallefod. we. in see -
mewing Gewise aequainrame yestesy. H. sert. e good Ieeday and matte The Sen ae sgree.
r : iais in.ar am Mrs. T-_B.___

mWf -ju at, W ayftffM _G*t Ho
VSs --^--- W- o. D Jej eist. in r o r. and M n|. E. G n.A o. High rs B. L r &ad child 'ofJaie k l
6 1^ Bady t B tinitrthe former Ios ber,o Mrs SpeTe, as
V z. -a .- .- -
apied byRE ~-o.. Appy n ,s ... ..icket.Gainesvill to o nd Jt Fletcher of La- ...ette ee-fy
V.-er s eiier atbo .t Fn chngiaer will pHesron es may. ie as n e _::x.t
ft teim ire swex ra b
b :y" O S- m 'T..- r Cap r atai n iley formerly of r a e- e oe r r an d rt 6 Sto' idl
-Hines bar now aking Jaks', .r -ai G.. b. iaine k e onbu.i Wi our mr. -. fli.a..
hshi)-dqr';F ^ +ity -for ---- O "ATY. S CHodes-1.C.Newtr e..rg ..yk"n..l. _
hi ss theiity for a! A"
few daysg.M E and F. B. Atwaterhr of tigoh p )Ee Eta B isch, a chr ing yooag- ___
:l.W 3W L. L Grande and child de- I f es t ladye Mofnhroik spe-t the Fear GaEI.J | F'
pareI $u n. ..lt d at wford 4to. a Ui .; bcusies -trip. Wej r .n hsct feo -l -
wpr of f d i ay for hrkc. Gy. whhere t ooiirr s trip ro so ru Mey Bh eh ha I. -
-lthey wil rwsai creates for h e Strayed from -G in ll on S t-atr iti afforded by te
r and Mr*. Jack ltas of Mica- white aid feet adn colti Lar. b- day of ter aiin her as a g .
nopy were among trhoe who rizited eatl reward for I nf.rmatio-n leadi to IT
i;F. thei ey yesterday. They favored TheI h da. r7 TO B A UTIFY -- ..-- -
1- .-b wit a eaa C .t P.he. ag Oliver has rented one of the +YOUR OMPLEXIO. -

--- .... jlg 5 "out ag~at attr several w reeks i pnt- will e ui et hai seo pioneer busine ss
..... +itlat, nF. his Sorn wit10 typhoid feer. r r s ATINO A

'hi e rin. 9G. and witll dingt her now a- YO SArl'INI)LX.LA S
S- ohif Srit and return udays of fine secnd-hand fUrniture, as good

k oI V I.1111.lroy o e d.o ridi~Wo sth pri oIN. The ..T r g UAcc .LED EA S E R -
;fB-ii r: :::"C 0N.. f Nr 3 -"i H. -Gra er. foro riy of t.i ei?, The depmrnsions on West C|ion s reet
L A zut ew o rgaini. Putnam d ounty in front of the new Bankeight bu ild
'. -o- i where -s he is engaged i tte terhing i- ing have ben fit ed in with sin g d which
du y. a- a .sitor GaLnesi we on c na great convenience to those who u--
t IheIR Fourtso. a oces i to A that thorough. 't- earw Sem.as of P "
ty fr- r r M ,5av.!3 ekn- rend, t in o
SS irtt Mrs. Lyman We and litte daagh- re to f and ri irnt Sb --uiture "0 -- ..
.... (j. .._ VLn
n tt'rt time svo laye a ene b6wrn brick ro r h o -Se ls

ter, Mary FranSes, oaf .tacksotil le ar- sp alk aru. nd. hiss n -
:PERSOtAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS in the city for a fw days. tshe guests i aro hii
of rs. T. Per var. Rn West Main Coe rmfd l t- to White Sprieng and
a -tpntodni W eat ~rirsaN o h ar ii on e cie and lmit. .da y. $3 Week end, go ing -
ahapn S -a. ma n e. Eoardzo aaI.ta. ea ac thewss aong Saty ahsrays. and Sundays, retarning -

oa ? Tg g *iew iad e Runt sp e tM a Reefd b edl eith --ns Alaal das toong oi (days follo ing 2 .H0tLey l
t he iti.ors, te Gaf inmesrte on the a Moda foing t
It t."V g O e. Addre< of 0' 8:1. pon^ mg S n Td .L
i tis wasa is fir es iSit oa. nesiee for a d fillea in. 6 p. |.
heare wth a C; k' ::in A .orl s l m;:;t: 2: u" anj :" s -a -gae inetothorsewho"
3. A. Trimble of Tog wras in sow For Retnt-The large crarer store springs and back same day. J. F. L FE eat
Sn ommuniat rooms pt ai ui t
Od a Te ln eoreoThee friendsP of Jodge J. A: Crie e arl
--- . t Edwarde Oeaba.eea. d6: ai e gla to ehlmoutll any, ,er aa r i-
thela FFa. (
E. T. Kirklad of Tampa was in the One of ;he most attractive window continue -en. f several da ys to his resei. -,o" : _ti n Bhiao o "
a-ty _. esm lay. .. te re-ey is the egner show window rom. The t lodge had the mi efortuke ?- s.< e &- rt -... a ;

SJobr' t indagA r forte. Addre pM of WM. tohon' druP store. *The to Lombleeown ghe teo ant his home S e- -c I <
-. 2 i .- "arrynemet i0 verJ n nd rejects on drkeening a week argo, spr- eer me- ,
Sl- s '* Wonerful o ig alve for sPae redit upon the decorator. ng sh ankle and otherwise disaJtbling Io -jt ( .,w- rub -
y ison. ol fo. Hie rert pins. wortor AtN D able to moIearound.wth ayderee o LS 0 TaE Ufew dys .tMese =
Shim ro suchan extent that he was r igan
of 31rof fT. Pores. 47 Par e-.2 n- ,r .M a
I-esed at the Brown House. business on Paine' Prairie, has s ofe comfort. to a -i-m+ ae tlway-. i
Slive. of Alauwas a business posed of the same. Mr. Pinkoson ex- Mr. adMr..L. Festea es t- A.. I taee me ernone it 9DIT--
visitorto his eity yesterday, o pec-ts id a short time to take a trip to of Micanopy wet visitors to the city ea I i|,. ao r--t
few e World'as Fair. Monday. Mr. Feaster recently sold '. F. M w I
I-T. Stringer orf Be-I speet .wratandR. Hi Bek. two jrogreive his mereantil business at Nicanori sto 'slTONAL TOILET C% Parstz Ten.. ..--
S day. inthe e. eity during the passt week. .a dof
i- ttle Xii Rosa Lee Rives of High young men of Chiefland, Levy county.. ie trade but declining health fur+ed J. S.. O ,i.foC& A
Sprisge is in the eity on a visit to rel- are in the eity on a it to their him o retire from active ImIre __ o -__ _ __ ad U -_ -_
- sae brother. W. L. Beck. These gentle- for awhile rof. M tt's friends til -. --
roy Mayfleld of W n spent te men made The sn an agreeable viit regret to learn that he has given
sanyesterday, the latter hiring the name teaig, but wish him sues
of his mother enrolled on the su4t..- -

wilds. ascruriiou lontdlnew vantore.
S. F. Feing of Arher was in town Among those who showed their ap-
:y admGanele65-.who paid Gainesville a visit yesterday r
ab- their subiertption while in town lasti
4 -r. Rhmes OTad dsiughtero a iden Fof the Epst Florida Srvingsedsor were W. PWp s.r;bicaofea Loch .F.E T"
Onie, of. HioJ 'pringswere visitorto Te, J.W.nCar ser, THE____rToOPt-. ._t __ -___
J.. Flemiang and W. L Jackson. most widely known men in the S Atte, moto. J. P i'Do, J. W. Carter. O-,D
:two o the leading meorchans of Archi having then at one time State wreas- eI. .

r,, weft in town Monday. gusoon, Mianopy: 1- T. Uuin. Ti. .
r, wee inwnony.re-. |Bethea. J. L. Feagle.Alaehua:-JB a R. 1
STleSon .hasabout5,000 old papers Don't expeC an advertisement to Thomas,' Fairbanks; B. F. Matthews. H A
em hand which will be elwed out in furnish both ithe good* and the store D T. English, Taeoma; Ira S. Beck,
t. l of lJX0Aor more at $1per l,00. enriee. You must offer really good a W 1 Carter Laroe; W
tasl 4tteeir- W. 1. Carter. LaCrosse ;We+
J. B. Richard of Alachue was eire- goodforthe price quoted and by tLe J. L ock. na.
6lting asong Gainesville friends yes store service show to your customers
S. tiday. He iys'6he has the ben erip that their trade is appreciated and Board of Trade Meeting.
Si.YlBrl be has a for-yers.'. | that you are a firm believer in theI There will bei meeting of the Board
-.- -H. Roebaek of Clay con ty high quality of the rvlaes yo ffe.- !of Trade at the council chamber at4 B ause the s ffeed hee
rosasing palms wtpGainrilefriesfB i Bo nr p. m. this afternoon. Ail members, .v Strict < t at da ? nee
s .teaday. He was formerly a resi. One of the neatest and mst up-to- and those w.o desire to become e A
Sdtt of LaCrosse, this 4oauty. date dental offices n the State is that ser members, are urged so aieand. on go ads fr present andi nini-
Mule Lost-I--. Gainesvillke Saturday f Dr. Harry Ler Jarisi. who is asso- Bosiness of importance is to be trams- ; ate needs t V wlo Wer
aigsht. ouse colored, sma tips. e Catte with Dr. ordon B. TisonacTed B. F. HA O. 1 B. Ti
hands high. Reward if returned to 'in the Miller Law Exchange. All for- ------ ----
Rev. -ed Brown.,Atlas, Fla. daw Inu;re i7 he office of! Dr. Jarvis i3 Water Notice.
I Caniatoupe or piaeapple erat new aud e, of he iiom C
P .. on d efoied on. sort
r iie. Piers 0u0ted o short design and pattero. arnd hins fliet iS as water reni for quarter ending Septem- i.
Iftings Crate Wors Hapsting. r tig Pace. iber 3.ith, 1 4. is now du abd payabsolt Bennina. July 4th, SOMie of tLth p
I -H.Tilisof Lakeland was among Read This. ,atthis offie. Ifot paid on or before | Vaut iI Wa h abrirE. I:d-l -U- ar "
she visitors to Gainesville on the 4th. Mobile. Ala., Feb. 16, l July l. your watcr soppiy enr. MilineriV Etc. ever placd O S W
-Ha y numero frind wre gld r. Hall S. Lou Mo-Dear ill. without further notice. be di- be oere at e B r te
of e opportunity to again gap his Sir: Daring the past year e have r oFC r n i week. It will be bu ng July ood at
Srold over twenty-four dozen 'Hal.- J. M. niL.L price. If you !:P1 to take adautage of a-ch
.-L Medlin ofMered EKing C K reat Discovery" r kidny b Cs Clrk Treasurer. offers you areI doing yoursef and youre pocket-
'of -Mayo. C3. .Rogero of Jaeksoonvill,- der trcubie, and during that time iouainesviheF|. July 1st, 1)4. -a -ut i.
aO S. .vPhifer of, High vprm were have receded no omt ainp.A Iwek an Injste
registered at the Brown House yes- ou Va w p-*M- I--- -S
L& dealing -tardi, gentlemen's A Texas Wonder. tith L N-L D -TRUN K I th T
eards, business cards, and any other "ne small bottle of the Texashe Latet Stw i Wirhenneof-tehenArgeaad at.riedtok. ofTre sad
kid of eard printed in the late,. der, Hall s rea Discovery, cures aj O Bag ver broughDt to aicie. cana a e yo
styles atl this offie-aad the price is kidney and bladder troubles, remove? | are going away.
S smonable. too. gavel, cures diabetes. seminal ei- *
Hon. .ewion Blitch, inspector of tonm. weak and lame baeks. rheuma -
S State convite, speart he Fourth in ttosm ad all irregularities of ike kid. i
6 : aine ille. Mr. Blitt is one of the mleys- andbladder in both men and
-erwomenrmtes bladder trouble m.
tpromnent men, in the Scase and-ch ro-bk, to oU ru0 G,-mH
represebete Le d Levy noaty for twenty wi be eat by mail on reeip oLf $
years iasthe Lqgsaature. serving s-, One small bottle is two months' Itrea-. IFfl d ft1 lafi TIJL RO BI
o at ,erms as. tate semator after the nd eo-7n ~ a Y L.__ c -f... P : T;
B eafSeUsase CoUlser fast pr EreP. .box 6 a ase;P 0s. 1" 5 So l 91Lo 8
Saud ----- -- .-. - -. I .-S oGrad -. -e Copies a Bp&
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