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 8, 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: VID02215
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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ad i i tlcians Gather at
SLPato Place Itn Nomination
- For Preside& and Vft

pISiden--Warm pCont Expected*

Lo s, Jiuly T-T e Democrdtic
igteinSai aesm^to opened here to-
|- t l- beiag held it the expofie -
Sbuidi nOlive-O e street. This
-aste Bmeetitng o place within the
wag .ao which Deomocracy's standard-
bearers are to be named was the Mee..
foer an whose Interest -ere- -cen-
ter s In the oaventio. The scenes
SsaCtiUvty have been tr an ered fhml
She hotels to this one common point.
The corr-dors of the forme whereit
f-r s*evel dyt- p-s-t &U has been ex
wattm ert e ldeerted soon after the
ao" hboors.
Streets Were Thronged.
Loen before the doors were swIung
pes vast crowds thronged the streets
f6 the vicinity of the, wait entriane
to the exposition building, in tthO
surging line were men and women
and viitttag politial organizai os,
eagerly seeking entrance. 'Those wno
havec a of h thearg- et j t e
tickets of imEis- were .ugedq
with requests, but as cards ave beenI
provided oly to tbe tent of the
seating eatety'of tohe hall, many per-
agW. were disappointed.
Decoration of the Half.
Tb decoration of the convention
bial was undertaken on a- most elab-
orate scale and the pleasing and ef-
fective general scheme was carried
out to the Bmost minute detail. The
great domen ceiling which rises high
above the floor, Is covered with fab-
rfec of soHd yellow, with here and

there bunches of white material car-
rying out the architectir l design.
Within each of the sections of the
'etlRfigs is the seal of one of th estates
and a stand of colors. white in front,
f the gallery spaces are tfestoons
of white cloth. The alls are
adorned with the national emblems
forming a frame for the colossal col.
or picture overhead. .
imishbn1 Touches to Scene.
.Tie sp1 dor of the Nvaricolored
W, won by the large number -ot
adis t pying seats in the galler.
le and the evei-moving fans gave theI
Ingi uch and completed a scene-
boteh e lar an4 icturesque i
_ wers- Were -elimnated from the
eueite" Woith the exception of the
O- the tables on the chair.
a: plittorm plants anid b' ms',-I
wre not in evidence. pref ha.-
given. by te designers to.
r endur decorate ate-ra

-Aul imense Amphttheter.
ls an -ae ne amphithe
dratly --for a nation

t "-vextion
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auditorium v! .e. from th, speaker's
dtsk wis one :-ellow flutter as the!
pal:n leaf fars l,.bbed bac kand forth., i
With the -ex c :tion of the tempera--
ture, which w-.- a serious draw back
to the "ius!ion, :ihe 'ff.;ct was not un-
like a sow snowfall gradually whiten-
ing the surface of the gioand-
Senator Tillman. of South Carolina,-
has bean anxiouss to have :he dele-
gates from that state vote for Judge;
Gray for president. but at the meeting
today it was decided to cast the ISi
votes for Parker nander the unit rule.
South 'a.rolina bha bden counted in I
the ParPer ,tiumn since the -ieiegates
were elected.
Convention called to Order.
Exactly at noon Chairman J. K.1
Jones. of theb national DI.mocrat4c
cmmitee called the coarention to
ord2r. His app arane* on the plat-j
form and the soand of his gave
brought forit'a cheer trom the floor
and gaileriet
Cairnma Jones directed t se -I

geant at arms to secure order. He
continued belaboring the table with
his gavel, but it was some time be-
fore quiet reigned. Californla'a p-
pearance with a huge silk banner and
silk American flags and a yell "Calli
fornia., California; Hearst Hearst,
Hearst!" caused cheering.
Again Chairman Jones demanded
that the convention be in order, and!
at once directed the secretary to read!
the call for the convention.
Applause followed the reading of the,
call. After quiet was restored. Chair-
man Jones declared the convention
opened. after prayer by Rev. John]
Cannon, pastor Gtand Avenue Bap
tist church. St. Louis.
During the invocation the conven-
tion stood. Dr. Cannon's voice was;
entirely inaudible to the center of the,
hall. The prayer occupied several
minutes. Enthusiastic cheering greet-.
ed the chairman's announcement that'
'he was directed by the national com-!
mittee to appoint John Sharp Wil-
liaMns temporary chairman, and C. A.
Walsh, temporary secretary, and John
L Martin, temporary sergeant at arms.

Cleveland's Name Cheered.


New Demccratic Committee Revised
to Date.
Sti Louis, July 7.-The following i
the new Democratic national commit
tee as far as chosen, there being coan
tests In a number of states and the
delegates from the others not harin
agreed .(n a member.
Californm!a-M. F. Tarpey.
"Colorado-John 1. Muiins.
Delaware-Richard R. Kenny.
Florida-Jefferson B. Browne.
Georgia-Clark Howpll.
llfnoi,-Rcgpr C. Sullivan.
Indiana-Thomas Taggart.
lowa-Charles A. Waish.
Kansas-John H. Atwcod.
Kenti!cky-tUroy Woodson.
LouisLna--N. C. BWancnari.
Mlarvyland-T. Victor Paughman.
Massachnsetts-William A. Gaston.
Minnesota-T. T. Hudson.
lissialpp -C. H. Williams.
Misso'r--Will am A. RothwalL
Montana-C. W. Hoffman.
Nebraska-James Bahlman;
Neva-!a--Jo'hn H. Dennums.
New lampshire-T. L. Nbrris.
New Jersey-William B. Goverly.
New .orh-Norman El. Macka

chairman's platform with ample seat-
tAg capacity rising at the center in the
rear. The section allotted to the del-
egates is directly in front of this plat-
form. A large standard-a red, white
and blue dise--designates the location
of the various delegations by states,
-ad incidentally adds to the attrac-
tiveness of the spectacle.
On either side of the delegates' po-
siteon provision was made for the al-
ter-ates, the press seats being located
en the immediate sides of the chair,
Human's platform.
Williams' Speech an Attraction.
The galleries encircle the ellipse,
the seats rising In tiers. Seats on
the platform and one section of the
gallery immediately on its rear were
reserved for governors, members oI
congress, mayors of cities and others
of distrnguished prominence in thtE
Naturally the opening speech of
John Sharp Williams, of Mississippi.
leader of the minority on the floor oi
the national bonse of representatives,
and hosen by the national Democrat-
ic eomiittee for chairman. w wait-
Sed for w ith keen interest as he had
been delegated to sound the keynote
of the campaign and as It was known1
he Aould ueal with qIestions wwic:.
would be of vital importance in. the
corning struggle for party supremacy.
Scramble for TIckets.
The feature of the forenoon was the
continued s-cramble for tickets. which.
to use the expression of a western
member of the national committee.
was soinething fierce." Many dele-
gations. i.re accompanied by live times
as many friends as theIr are tickets
for, and a number of poplp remained
up practically all night in teir efforts
to secure means of admission.
The Fpecial advocates of presiden-

coLTstrM r ST. ito T .
(Where the .enioeratte national conven-
tion will be helLd.
tial carmddates were astir eariy. but
those wno w ere advocating the claims
of other candidate than Judge Park-
er, found very Hiue encouragemnent.
Some of themi continued their assur- i
ances that there would be at least 41),
votes cast against the New York can-.
didate and professed to be undaunted
by the stands taken by Pennsylvania I
and Ohio. Others admitted the crit-
ical nature of the situation and con-
fessed that the great effort is ncces-
sary to Mevent Parlie's nomination
on the first ballot.
'If we accomplish that, we will feel
that there is ground for hope. said
one of .:em. "As for the friends otf
Judge Karmon." said harlan Cleve-
land, head of the supporters ot the ex-
attorney general. "we see that the sit-
nation is hopeless and shall not pre-;
sent the name of our candidate."
Heat Almost Unbearable.
By the time the hailt was one-third
flled the heat began to increase to a
noticeable. degree. The great major-.

prowide I th I.elves with Tans and the




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the storm
about the
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A mention of the nameot Grove North Carolina-Josephus
Cleveland was cheered lustily. A, Oio-John H. McLean.
moment later the first scene of the. pevsvania- James M.
session ocurred Mr. Williams de- South Dakota-F. S. John
cleared it was brazen effrontery for the Tenrrsse-R. L. Morntc
Republican party to attempt to seize Teas-R ha 1. eocston.
the laurels of Grover Cleveland. A; Vermont-fl. B. Smalley.
genuine outburst of applause follow- West 'Virginia-John 2. M
ed. Cheer after cheer rolled through Wc mSIn--T. E Ryan.
the hall. and although the chairman Wyi o in. -John E Orhon
used the gavel vigorously. the convenwj t- of Co:umiaJoh
|tion was soon beyond his control. lrM-
New Mo.'^icn-H. B. Fergi
Bailey Permanent Chairman. I -diaB T ranitory-R. Lo. -
St. Louis, July 7.-Senator Hill an,- New Von io- 1- B a nerg
nouncel today that United States Sen-1 Conne ":.- I'io- r S. t'
ator Joseph W. Bailey, of exas, had OklaA,- 1 p.
.been arepd uipin for a pear oplcha .
m*a Vf the convention. Outsie t P HAS ITIC
this announctn i, t tice was litt!n or
nothmingr Ooing about New lorw's qiar- N' -,rw Ei-:cai e of Dem- cra
t.r ;. except a vigorous demand otI tmaVdt for Prs-idaertcy
Taomarna .v raves for scats in tlhe con- ., &ri. J11.- T.- N-ar
v ntion. a deiaand which \naTiknal 'i N. Y-. Tl' e
Commiittt-en man Mack could not ,ii -'] i 'r.- by 0 txna 'I',
fy. Senator ,arady. of Nrw York -' o i5-rI.ent :. :
Sappale. to Senl-air Hfl, bult the lat. '~ In. h..
! ter iol- himn that he- coull nof assist S hor. r&- 'a the t-3 r
I m., Then Senator Grady accused d-r :
the Hill people of bad :aith, and said He ba - :'r !%- :4
that they were purposely keeping ouwtsy p :ut frm horn
ti e Tamnmany people to prevent ap- h 9-rt -f a i-. 1d when
plause for any other candidate than tle Lhing played
Parker, big trs". n 4 tihe wind ble
tearing offil any dead limoe
Sry the rain tell in torrts t
WHO WILL BE RUNNING MATE? Judge cotuid find no shelter.
---- jcompel-d ito .pur on thr
Much Taf k :oncerning Same; ManyH storna Il lis home, where h
Ni s-a Suggested. drenched to the skin.
t TTo _o iplete the job, hbe-
St. Louis. .Ju:-y 7.-The vrce presi- To o-ru t e. job, he
lential tae.i ( e the day centered ang t -oo aftmr the dstor
chiely amrnu.i Senator Turner, a and too i -Im in the Hudv
iVashinngzti .I 1 John V- Kern. ot
tv;tiana. w h Judite Harmon, ol Ohio. BRITISH ASSAULT F
being u.-ged by many men ot promi- Thibetans Are Making Fier
sence. tance-Villages Captur
The strongest movement is in fa. Gyvang Tse. Thibet. July-7.
Tor of the nian from the coast..but his sauit of th e britizh troops on
auso was inju-red somewhatt by the' (fort) i now in pro'ess-.
Bryan and Hearst people stating that They have aready capi
Senator Hill and the Parker man-f fring,-: of villages at the ba
agers had offeri th. nomination turock. The Thib-tans are ni
them as a eucnesn-ion. This was
promptly denied by the Parker lead-! -tieuenant (urdon. of tr
ers. it ekidtnt.- had :ts birth in the1 second Sikhs. i among the
desire of it Blryan-Hearst people to! wJSa n e
T Ta.7 ar that they are to get TORNADO WRECKS TI
r--. if the convention.
T : managers nave been f r 3 fro High Br
Terrific Storm.
ali of Ti al vice pridenti r.fi-Iu lls..i r .-A
Sing to any or them. r p r::nind t 1 pa- :
C i-- .i:on there has been" d at 7:-. Coc
some r 1vIji 0w the talk of nominating a aso. !o.nri t-r r
a south-rh n:an. Socm of his col-I bu- L- a tornad-).
-agues i he r-r te and house start- I Ra aoria-tr Tho;nan W
ed to o.lk of Stna Bacon. of Geor- -.- i or [aso
fia. h-L-i i he;i in hijh estceem b l inj-ired.
t em. bat the Gergian promptly put II ---
Ssquei/hor on this talk. The North I Cotly Fire: Jewels Lo
Caroi1na -!*-ati n cpe-- to cast its N-- 7 ---n the f
vote for fnvewrnor Aycock upon the 2_aV d'.-r -<; C-n 0 l
first ba!'ot Senator Tillman is talk- Ttxedo P r':. N. J1. :h? jew&:
tog for somn southern man. He does Bernard I' n-^:r. (. ha
no5 car.- whohe is; Tne Tennessee wa:orth :: h.inlr-d thui
people are pullit.g strong for Sen. larc. v:: r r.c ah:. o.o da'na
ator Carmnack in the face of his ex- t y 1- tr'- '-
pressiou of desire that he be not con- cOfta w'- 't. d at n arl
sidlered. The g neral drift ot s-nti- I of"). one of the ha
manet is for some man in the middle jn t- 5rc(iOn west. b-.a there seems -o concentra- Mrs. St- r.as was married
tion upon any one of the several men son Caiz. i::. Who dild in 1
f.-ora that group of Etate,. who have t he *rIlvM a ..ear later marri
*been aesUticaxd In N,^ C' 5l.&'.mls. -:..,;


Admiral Made Attempt to Send Ships
to Bottom But It Proved a Diaei
trous Failure-Reeklem Brhavery u -
Japs Excites Admirateion,.
St. Petersburg. July 6.-1: 3 p. in.-
A few nights ago Admiral TogO at-
tempted to repeat the Japanese ek-
ploit with torpedo boats at Wet Hal
Wei during the Chinese war by see-
ing torp do boat destroyers iMto the
harbor of Port Arthaur for the purpose
of sinking ships at their aachorage
but th attempt ended in disastrous
Four torpedo boat destroyers sue-
ceeded in creeping Into the harbor,
which was not protected by boabs,
but only one escaped. Tw. were
sunk by the shore batteries a"l 40e
was crippled. The reckless bravery
of the Japanese in gotag to almost
certain destruction. excites aothinMg
but aldmiiratlon here. Ine chansel
at Port Arthur is so tortunaous ad
strewn with wreckage watoat that
evidently it was regarded as uMner-
essary to ase aboom.
The admiralty has no conlrmation
of the report from U&0 Y ang 'of an
eugagemcut between the WadivostoCk
squadron and Japanese warships -off
Geisan. There Is good reason to be-
fleve that the Russian -squadro is
Safe back in port. V"L

Liao Yang. July 7-Geeratl OWs
army s retiring evidently with the
object of concentrating on Port Arthtr.
Siege guns are being placed in poeal-
tion at Kin Choa.

Mukden, aJuly .--Rana ,s tailian
heavily. Several of the Chinese
bridges have been carried away. The
Movement of luarg bodies- or troops
and traports T been stopped.
---- & --- e
Lia-o Tian. July 7.-Ther are per-
sistent reports in circulation that a
hot engagement occurred today north-
ward of Gensan between the Rssia
Vladivo-tock and the Japanese suand.
rons. which ended favoraoiy to the
Liase Yang. Jly fi.--The heavy raia
which fell all day yesterday have coa*
averted the Taitse river into a wiIe
torrent, making it a defense against
the Japanese. One of the Russian
detachments are performing reaiarc-
able marches in spite of the bad
roads. -General Kuroli's forces in-
clude many men of the reserves
armed with old pattern rflses.


Over Oi Thousand Stain In Capture
Sof Two Towns.-
Amsterdam. July 7.-A dispatch
from Batavia. capital of the Dutch
East Indies. says. that the commander
of the expedition to North Ablea.
north Sumatta, attacked IUkat on SJas

2fTi e n losses wer. 4S kiled,
including 2S1 women and SR cthdrea,
and 54 wowaded.
iev nteen prisoners were taken.
T?t iutcuch c<4ia3taltee ineagget the
com~nutnUr. ua lleup'nant. two 3eV
arpants and 13l ?-dieri' wounded.
On une 23 the Dutch troop? at'itM;-
ed Lancatbars, when the Ackaae-a
losses were 154 kied. -including 33S
women and 130 -children, and 43
wounded. Twenty-eigbt prisoners were
'taken. ; " .

The Dmtch losses were a captain, i
soldiers and six colites wounded. --

Rooseveft Sends Greetings.
Buffalo. N. Y. July 7 --ihe stat
Christian Endeavor caonveatona fIn--
sion here has received the lfoiow -
te-gra-: "I believe Ia --e w-
of the phrls:ian Endeavor unias a"-
am always glad to semid greeti
the e-orvention, but It it.s a'Bspes r.-
ph a!-a e to senad. thro~Sh yea to
EVeavrers of ny Mtivteaealst-T-M
I W. k'c* glanrerly ^Aiga
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erd Met o Voday, But s
: Wae Leg.^al Holiday Ad-
journment Wae Taken Until Tuesday,
Sasuiess Was Traneacted.'
Monday, July 4,1904.
Tb Board of County Commissioners
me# this day for the purpose of in.A
spe tng -_and equalizing the taxes
for ithe year .190. Present T. F.
Tim as, chairman; 3. Dam pier. T.
0. Bryant and P.O. Ramsey. and after
considering that the day was a general
ho d b. ay, adjourned until tomorrow
m n'a at 9 'alok.
: Tuesday, July.5, 1904
Tbh. iBoard Qf County Commission.-
ea met this-day pursuant to adjoum-
meOt of yesterday. Present T. JF.
Thomas, chairman; J. tanampier. T.
C.Bryat, P.i Ramsey and E. L.
Joknaon. The meeting being called
to order the regular monthly business
was taken up and the following orders
were mnde:
I t It O,. Denton be paid as audi-
^ tor forJoune the sum of 40; that 8. J.
Q rie_ -; .|:- m e pid f servicese guard
S-for June, 25; that Mose- Sherman be
paid for series as janitor for June,
4D-: hat7. H. Jarvis be paid for sani-
tary.work; $8; that the Bell Tele-
- phone Company be paid for services,
$7; that C. Deaton be paid for
copies of indictments, etc., $8.20; that
-. H. .-M reary be paid for publish-
ing tax report and for stationery, $16;
that G. A. Perrett be paid for work on
water pipe at court hquse, $1.10;. that-
0, W. Marble be paid for sundry ser-
vTies, $1.20; that L. W. Fennell be
paid for services in case of Aaron
. Stewart and Emma Smith (lunatics)
14; that-L. W. Fennell be paid for
services in case of SethCooper (habeas
corpus). $11.10; that the- Gainesville
Gss and Electric Light Compaoy be
paid for lights for June, : that J. B.
: ouglass be paid for sundries for poor
farm,-$22.0.; that te Baird Hardware.
Co. be paid for sundries for jail, $4.20;:
that Benon& Son be paid for ser-
v ies, etc., at jai, $15; that Dr. E.
Lartigue be paid for profesional ser-
vices at jail, $4; that W. H.
Robertson be paid as- eommis-
ions on receipts and disburse-
ments for June, $131.88; that H. G.
Mason et al be paid as examining
committee, lnaey eases, $14 00; that
O. 115.00 be appropriated and paid to
T.-C. Bryant for pay of road lands for
July; that $1500.0 be appropriated and
paid E. L. Johnson for road hands for
| July; that $200.00 be appropriated and
paid to J. G. Dampier for road hands
for July; that 3$800.00 be appropriated
and paid to T. F. Thomas for road
le nads for July; that P. G. Ramsey be
paid for road services, #4.0; that E.
L. Johnson be paid -for road services,
S 5.00; that S. J. Thomas be paid for
su .odries for road, #4684; that Baird
1, Hardware Company be paid for sun-
S dries for roads, t84.21 that T. B. Til;

v-9a, $ 6.00; that J. R. (Grimated be

S -paid for work on .roads, 11.2-; that
B. F. Dyess be paid for work on road
wagon, $3.00; that T. C. Bryant be
paid for servieswon roads, $o00; thbt
M. Brown be paid for services and
teams on road, Jane, $80.00; that T.
1. L. Boulware be paid for hire of teams
for roads, W$&80; that S. E. Brooker
be paid for work on roads. $t1.0; that
P. Hammond be paid for sundries
S for roads, $2 80; that W. D. Seigler
be plid for sundries for roads, $6.86;
t at C. L. Thigpin be paid for services
on roads, $0.85; that T. R. Waits be
paidfor serviceson roads, $4.00; that
S H.. Parker be paid for sundries for
roads, $382; that Will ColHins be paid
0 for work on road, $1. 00; that T. T.
Williams be paid for sundHier for
roads, L65;, that L. W. Fennell a
-sheriff be paid fo feeding prisoners for
S Jo"e, ~~~U80; that L. W. Jackson be|
paid a witness fees paid to J. F. Me-
Kinstry in the case of the State vs.
:A. L. Jackson,- 17.00. -
Ordered, That the following named
persons be paid the amount set oppo-
sit. their respective names as witness
S fees in the ase of the State vrs.G. L.
Carter, which was omitted from eost
Sbillwhen Settied: I. T. Stringer.: one
4 a --8 Gs .ailes,- 4W: 5o Chaa Kiney,
.day Ban 8o miles 9s ; William
Martia, one da ie day sad 80 miles, l;
W Wai ases, o se day and 8D mile.,

Why Wizard Oil stands
alone as the best pain
medy t -nown.,
It preetrateo the pamo 6
the shim.
It rechm tbhe seat of Uthe
It d4.1 -ot the Pam.
It earmes the disemme.

The many testimonials
received from all parts
of the country sent by
thousands of grateful
people who have been
relieved from suffering
and cured of painful
ailments b tb-he nse off

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Hamlis Wizard Oil. Night Was Her Terror.
The medicine whose stat "1I would cough nearly all night
Popular because of its meri, long," writes Mrs. Chs. Applegate of
Time tried and trme. Alexandria. Ind., "and could hardly'
Only one Gessim. get any sleep. I bad consumption so
nature' "Hamlin Bros." e Wrappr bad that if I walked a block I would
anes Blown in Bottle. Pric50e~. cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
ais Cough sam cures when allother medicines failed, three
ascold promptly and prevents 1 ottles
pneumoa. Price 2. 1 bottles of Dr. King's New Diseov-
-Iamlins Blood and Liver Pills ery wholly cured -me and I gained 58
ce.amconstipationd LieaPie, pounds." It's abolutely guaranteed
riliosness, heartburn. torpid .9-0 ure coghs, olds, lrippe,. bron-
cehitis and all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50c and $1. rial bottles free at
all drugstores.

n u i,, "e ai_ c Almost seeda '.
miles, $4.50; Elbert Fowler, one day In a m.lzwine article on Max von
Pettenk;,fer. who hbas been callA the
and 80 miles, $4.50. founder o s.intiflc hygiene and next
Ordered, That the following named to :Iudlwltli the most popuM'r of all
persons be paid the amounts set opp.>- <;erfr.i nt:r: lists. Max Grubher tells
site their respective names as fees in a story of ili prt.1.s r'. abhsntuidl-
criminal eases: H. G. Mason, county 1m1-Vs. 1ie lost a: frtuin- : um.1rel-
judge, $4 10; Geo. M. Colman, justice 1ib. 'iu ...i k w.t he had
of peace, $.86; P. S. Fortson, justice' t.-; .-wayV. tm of pea:e. $8 98; John T. Stokes, justice a fi-r nnl a:nl was very
of peace, $3 34; L. W. Fennell, sheriff. u f l :!ittl ly suoe-ed, l in
$55.15 Arch Avriett, constable.$15.80; b ck his umbrella to 0;r-
J. W. MeCann, deputy sheriff $8.95; bi.9.'ns it -nt a tele nsta reading.
E. E. Bell, justice of peace, 1 53; J. it ; o'clock I return with my urn-
E. Fugate, deputy sheriff, $6.80; J. W.i brenLa.'" le did return at t; o'-lock. but
Smith, justice of peace, $1 45; Jh.iJ as he intere<- his house in MuLich he
Stokes, deputy sheriff, $6; J. L. Mar- awi to his dismay that he had no urn-
tin, deputy sheriff. $6 95; M. A. Bex- brella. lie had left it at the telegraph
ley, justice of peace, $3.70; W. H statn.
Crawford, constable, $7. Weak Hearts
Ordered, That Mrs. J. T. Brown be .
Are caused by indigestion. if you eat
paid tfor service and cook hire on poor a litt-le too much, or if you are subject
arm. 3. Ito attacks of indigestion, the stomach
Condition of the several funds are expands-wls and puffs up against
expands-swells and puffs up against
shol lows:, the heart. This crowds the heart and
School Fund. 95851 R ha
General Fund..............9466 91 hortens the breath. Rapid heart
Road Fund.... 7332.30 beats and' heart disease is the final
Fine & Forfeiture Fund . 14037.16 result. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
Game Fund ......7000 what you eat, takes the strain off the
Total 648 heart, cures indigestion, dyspepsia,
sour stomach, and contributes nourish-
Sment, strength and health to every or-

Brutally Tortured.
A case came to light that for per-
sistent and unmerciful torture has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
Golobick of Colusa, Cal., writes: "For
15 years I endured insufferable pain
from rheumtuatism and nothing re-
lieved me though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bit-
ters, and it'sAthe greatest medicine on.
earth -for that trouble. A few bottles
of it completely relieved and cnred
me." Just as good for liver and kid-
ney troubles and general debility.
Only W0e. Satisfaction guaranteed by
all druggists.

The Cold In Alaka..
David T. cianbury, writing of his
First experiences in Alaska. said: "The
|old could not be kept out of even the
post pal:tiil ex:amnhes of domestic
trchitecture which lDawson City could
at that lime lxtsast, bbut the author
stuck to the cult of the morning tub.
After 1 had melted the pail of lee on
the 'air tight" stove I poured some of
the water two Inches deep Into the
bathtub. which I had removed to the
rear of the room. where there was no
heat. Not two minutes had elapsed be-
fore I threw off my chautois pajamas
in the front roomi uar.d., <.penhig *the
communicating dloor. stepped hurried-
ly into the hathtab. for I ha4 no time
to lose. quick as I h:-d been. the at-
los-phere had been qu lker, and Just
as I stepped Into the tub with both
feet, wrenching with a great effort the
soap from a beam hard by. I slipped
on the newly frozen lee Into the+ tub.
and over we went, soap. tub and my-
salt, all separated In different quarters
at the room. Those two minutes had
alBeet to transmute my water Into
enootb and glassy Iee."

Igan. Sold by all druggists.
Imitaihve Animall.
So*.. ~niui'u:,L- have wonderful pow-
ers -f imitation. Iogzs brought up .a
t1le company of cnts have been known
to acquire the trick of licking the
p:iN s and then washing the face. 'When
n -t has twen taught to sit up for her
for, l4her kitteL.,s have been known to+
imitate her ctionh. tDarwin tells of a
cut that was in the habit of putting
her paw into the mouth of a narrow
nitlk pitcher every time she got the
ctinee and then licking the cream CT.
ber paw. Her kittens soon learned the
same trick.
Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many eases pronounced hopeless
by physicians have been ctred by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. 1. M. Ruggles of
Reasoner. Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption and I got no
better until j used Foley's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start-
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain it, my longs and todayl am sound
and well." Sold by J. W. MeCollum
& Co. __
ine rlatflu Rats Per Cancer Care.
Dr. Dagonet Is making experinewnts
at the Ste. Anne asylum. Parts. In in.
oculating rats with-the microbe of can-
cer to see. says the London Globe, If
a vaccine or serum against the disease
can be obtained.
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
You ean secure a copy of tie new
edition of booklet entitled,. "What to
Say in panish and How to Say It." by
sending two cente in postage to W. H.
Leahy division paenger *gent. At-
lantie Coast Line railroad, Savannah,

IIA Ci Iters of mci tio in the
IA p4 l.b7/ol tho nnichiltbe IOWm1.l


os. Peson .- hme -Msh

.oekmar:t, Ga. July T-The most
trft storm -ever .aw tn this see-
thU was witnessed here lthesday at
ternoon. lasting but a very short time,
but doing considerable damage to
dwellings, churches, school buildings,
etc. Three persons were hurt, allay o
whom were negroes. Only one is se-
riously burt and wall probably die
from Internal Injuries received.
The ngro Baptist church was total-
ly destroyed, damage about $1.506.
A negro school bullying and two
small cottages were carried high in
the air, scattering timbers for miles
around. The moldery building of
the Rockinart Stove and Foundry
company was blown to the ground.
only having been built a short time
ago. Work has already been begun
to rebuild. There loss was about
A very heavy hailstorm followed
the hurricane. doing considerable dam
age to the crops in this vrcintly.

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For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesvile

on our wiring and other eee
S wrk-is made clear and distinety
many patrons. It matters not
Syou want in electrical wiring m.
or instatlation-eall bell, nn
ors, lighting devices, burglar all
Motors for any pu feose-wereis a
., ".. c, ^ l sitio& to supply them all at fair fig..
.... ,' l named on reqauet.

V"rX l ^rL IJ ***

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TRIT- W AK ^T/rT. AG-s
J acksonville arid New YorkO
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C.. both ways.
The F]lst Steauship iL the CoaSsWvit Spi
Clyde New England and Southern Line
Diiect Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Aouthbound.......................... ...From Lewisa" Whr, Bostoes
Northbound................... From Footof Catherine st., Jelaiasurll

CiVe St Joms b ver Line
Between JACKaoIOVIL.E and SANLno W
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. rancis. Beresford (DeLani).d i--Xd
Landings on St. Johns River I
Leaves Jacksonville 8:90 p. m. Sundays. Tuesday and Thradays.
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Friday~.
Is appointed to sail as fow: s:
Southbound. SCHEDULE
Leave 8:80 pm..............Jackonil... ... ...
8:45 pm ........... ... Palatka ..... ... .Leae S
3:.0 am.......... .........Astor ......... .. ...
4:0am................. ... . .St. Franci.................... 8l
.. ............. Beresford (Deiid) ... ........... iMG
Arrive 8 30 am.......... ......... Sanford................. ..
1000 am........... .... ..Enterpre................ _-1M
P. t IRmo-MONGER.m J.. Amst. Ge. Pame. Act. aH wenm TA..- "e
W. G. COOPER Jr.. SirtAbt 6 Aea .P.IL.s
Foot oa llHas street. Jaekf.e.
A.C. HAGERTY. Ge EA' Pasm. Age.New York. C. L--Dig -Gs.?At
General Manaer. .euea l
cmbrob BIe. I C I GenaN Arfc,





The Atlantic Coast Li
MAontgomery and L a N. or ix- F--er f-*"
AtlaUta SaOd Cattaaoa

Round Trip Rates From Gaiesemilte

On sale daily. (rood till Dee. 25.

$2965 days
On le daily. Good fifteen da.

On saledail. Good

n eg t .a.n
. a. ( :t Al
., ,. -_ : W- OW.. + ?-

p r vemtic aAL
.AN AlaniA

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Are Tare indoef t c! -oEfra g
Stroubl e,, esione ob-adfi -lda
next ovejatke ol Don't risk it,, =d


ht adum, o 041 a a-


t o46 Arrest Msa Was

omf Waitb Hin Several

ooof T hfd oay Son-

looontity man in
jo the Fearth Past wa

td be-o Jaly 4, by Policeman
-Argae Tasker, on a warrant
p sith enticing laborers to
e...anker seotr w.. T* warrant
wieass ts y- J. L. Robb- of Ro-
_al e e k.wbopoit4 Dennis out to the
.ipr sentt to the county jail
.-f-u .Say was taken back to Ala-
-Shamtag y for trial Dennis was In
a e a-apl-y i of Hobi: & Holder, as
S=arad had x -dehIarge of their
-inesat Grove Park. He left them
the afternoon of July 3, coming
oe e.eralof heir hands to Jack.
aerilli. Mr. Dennis failed to notify
that he was going to sever his
|easeiion with theeompany and left,
|ieoemieeary key with a disinter-
S party. Eeliseiet their stock

A member tOthe tm of Hobbs
lsearnii that Dennis bad gone.
e to Jaekheiville ow the evening
duly 4, an- ad him arrested. Den-
i aed that be was on his way to'
bores plae,1 where he had been
better wages. Sfieriff Fennell
lftwith im Tuesday afternoon for
t :-.a/nes lle.,-" i--- : -

Wifth its eoprpaios, heartburn,
italeice, e torpidity of the liver, con-
stipation, pa-pitation of the hearst,
poor blood, headache and other ner-
eoas symptoms, siolow skin, foul
tongue, offensive Ireath and a legion
of other ailments, ist once the most
'_widespread and -destructive malady
Saso- g e Amerle- .ope The
nbine treatment will cnrJj these
Troubles. e bottle. ol.

Happened to Serious Accident Which
S Cot Him His Life.
C. :R. Conwayof Hamtnmock Ridge,
'Bwell known in this city, happened to a
serious, accident whiih cost him his-
life at Floral City Wednesday. Mr.
Conway was engaged in moving an
saw lnI plant, when some of the[
lTimber slipped, pid, ing him down-
:ad erushing him to death instantly.
^, Mr. Conway leaves a wife of but a
year to mourn his sudden and uutime.
-ty_ dath. The remains were shipped
.toh s home. where they wil be in-
Sterred in tht oldlb'rial ground at Ka-
-apaa. Rev-. Mr. Rogers, pastor of
-the F.?t Baptist Chureh of this city,
wil efctiate. To the bereaved mem-]
-etarg of the family the Sun CxtAL iS
.y tly. _- -"

-The pdl that will, will filithe bill,
Without a gripe.
To cleanse the liver,wiithiouta quiver,
Take one at night.
:DeWitts Little Early Rsers are small,"
-easy to take. easy r ad gentle in effect,
yet they tare so) ceratD inn results that
no one who us- thei.m is disappointed.
Fr quick relief irom biliou-sness, sick
headache, torpid liver, jaundice, diz- I
Szinesa and all troublets arisi.ig from an

I Inactive, sluogish liver Early Risers
are uhequalkld. Sold by i1 druggist. I

or / .T -.' .. t e -*,3^

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h-', r .T P---. '. '" --:: - '-

. foure : r -3 y m- o ; T:

.- -r. .

chtrly Recommended for Rheu-
:-:- t-" m-i' atism -
0G.:Higbee- Invulle,.Ill., writes,
e 4.1 9: -About two yearsage I
lidUup fur four months with
.: at~m. I tried Ballard' Snow
-eully recommend it to all
Sfrom -like afflictions. -" 2
old -. by W. Mxohn.n.

sift taiesasr 40i
Spearal Important BIts Ar. Acted Feed Seltzer, of Maletta, Commite
S.is..i:d. \.--. '^--^% -::-^ :1 :,- '-. ": -_ :..t.ki .-with Gpn.
i-anta, 3July 1.-le appropriate Ma-rietta, a_. Wiy 7.-Tred Seltzer.
oomamittee of the house of represents- of this county. commttef suirc a-i Tues-
tves held an important ang what pros- :iy af ernrtn by shootsgt' himself
ei to be quite a s.nsai -aat meeting thLrough the cad ith a pistol, .
Tuesday afteraoe. Several po- Mr. S.atzer had been in tow spirits
tatis were acted uAO, te general all the day and had thelaten4ed to take
appropriaton bill gone over atn a his life -Creal tines dtn the day.
number of items aIgreeti upon and live- He ca;i-idl a tol la his hand part
ly d ussiocn indulged in when tthe of he cy and ;hot through his
state sanitarium and office of corn- elothe. Fevcral times before killing
mission -r 1 f 4 .:cultare were taken himi :.
'up. f He was sitting in the room with hls
Two Vf the most important bils act- wife anT saying he would kill himself
ed upan favorably were tijose to in. he walked out Into the yard and sent
ereasi" e- gI:vernor's salary to $5,00t the fatal ball crashing through his
a year- and to create the office of state brain.
au!itor. He leave a wife and one child. Mr.
It was Air. Hall of Blbh. who gave Seltzer moved to this county only a
the sen-at,!cnal turn to the delibera- few months ago from Atlanta. and re-
tions o; the committee. He made sided at his country home about 2
some very c sercre criticisms, on the miles from Marietta. He was thought
way the finances of the static sanita- to be temporarily in ane.
riam. or Mil.edeville lunatic asylum.
"as it s iz*' rally called, were conduct- All Druggists
ed. and- the r- ,r!t of his taUl was that Ask the reader of this paper who are
the appronrtation for the institution Iuffering with indigestion or dyspepuia
was cuit down $25.000. to call on them at once and get a bot-
Mr. fall also discussed at length tie of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If you
the emnIoynment of an assistant com-iknew the value of this remedy us e
mission of agriculture and said know it. you would not suffer another
there wai no law by which the comr-day. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor-
mniaion-zr c(uld create an office and ough digetant and tioae-building
fix the -atry for it. but that the mat- tonic aS well. It is endorsed personally
fix te.ataryfor it. butI that the mat by hundreds of people whom it has
ter shoi.4 be entirely in the hands oft cured of indi estion, dyspepsia, palpi-
the leg.-lature. tation of the heart and stomach troub-
A. rea'ai;on appropriating $500 for'lei generally. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
an oil pantir- uf General John dicests what you eat. It is pleasant,
I palatable and strengthening
Gordon was r-")r4wted upon favorably, atble andtrngthnng
It wa a:-vd to report favorably Dd ant to Arb rate,
the re-o!hiutn to allow $1,.000 extra "Tie : 1 -in' t along with
fqr rewarL- for fugitives from justice my wife :i i wint' t submit
tJiyear. all our di TTie bhl to increase the governor's *'rTo iarl:r::oii-m?'
salary .t- th' '' of the pres- -Yes. t i IW.:iy-.vs wants to refer dis-
ent term from $.,00 to 6 5 uto waae re- putes to her mother."
ported- favorably.
The bill to create the office of audi- i Frellng Better.
tor at a sa'ary of $2.00- a year an1 She--So your ideal jited you? lne-
allow such auditor two clerks at sal- Yes- but l am somewhat reconciled. I
arieis of $1.200 a year each was re have sinew learned that she married
ported favorably. hbers.-Puc-'
In the Senate.
Sl f thir e the-i-1'ih wH very. fo tn amount
A bill which will attract general at- T the i'u .h very often amoun
tetion. throughout the state. as I t
provides for an increase in te trm i If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
of office of all cmiinty offers in t '
state. wa- intro'Iuemi in the sena;: ".v Be sure and use that old and well-
Mr. McLean. f t-e f--.- dtijert I tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
S Theb sees toa arim- ta ing Syrun. for children teething. It
Ssoothes the child, often the ums.
of the, (w.an--u,.<,. whk.t P"" : allays aR! p n, r.,c r wind <,.ic And is
that t- r i .f a!! r;;y the h ,t remned t fo- diarrhona. Twen-
shall bo t,. years. by .':!-.-:i.tv ty-five cents a'bottle.
for the ""two" the word fur.
Sena'. r Hfopk!.ns. of thie cevn' c
Introduei! a bill which provides tfr AW
the appointment by the g .'ernor t,;j
a Atate b (,,r1 of tax assessors, cornm- HI
i-eo ', ,- for a term of two y-ar. .
PI1 !ir: z a'ary of $1,5041 each. It
further i-ro' i-s or the appointment H a n
--tL-t:d> < .ary of eqach county of a A S a
cewe: v :'oct I of tax as-:e-or-s co *
p,-ed t< r f)r a term of two years Repair Shop
andl wit!: vay <;f $2 prw day lor actual
:' I In. Conn(wctivn with Stabes.
1!i, 'Io.vaz n,?t bills were Intro-
(tcdu 2 All work done promptly and mnaran-
I. .. n of t.h .n.r-A .l 'teed. Pries reaa.nable. hsp at new
to .i.ny- an act a:;pirovedi Jity 1t, tablee, East UntenlStret--cornerleuath
l1:I, on ;t. 2; an act to crate a boar:- Univerity.
c' r.-a! .- - cotmi. -o-en r

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to am ,l *- :'a .d-ov.-: -Fl h;-

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No Pity Show-
"For years fate ,- :tr : -
tit.uu-sly" writ.- I \. A i. -
b'i.:a, Ala. "" h-tdi to-r -
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Q Ito n v I Irci. In-nt d it s bt-
Sim-"inf lr. wvth b ino means of t-xp-.
l f -O Y ,O.N F;X;R, w hi w < Fil '.-i
I f.-c.i c#. the r ..snn. inn Eri ,t' pt-,*' ro

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AUM of TOitle and fall -tbfosas-tli fsigahhagxediT dAti
..onte Our mda-megr bau lived tis _-- -hir-y
.is thoroughly ooTevuit with ilt ).. .

senting a nomlw-r .of prminentnt -r"am and Eunglae m .-mp~. .



Reveals the y'ws and Facts governing
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movements. -
Reviews, analyzes and criticisesRaioad
and Industrial report-4.
Has complete tables of Earmnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Records the last sale of Bonds andi the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiies con-
cerning Investments.
One who daily eunsalls THE WALL 8EET
JOURNAL Is better quaited to aT. m ey .
safely and profitably ad to advise ab it Ivest -
meats than one who doei not.


44 Breed Street, New TrLt.
$12 a Tear1 a death. R

Established 18iI

ihe Alaahua



Our businhs is strictly confined to the various details incident to ti-e ow
ership of land, and we have no rivate or pemounal ,"ate to-grind"kin euMsiB
with that business. We make a ~peeialty of the prepa*ti.n of abstr tsawId
m4ak6 exhaustive investigation of titles. We represe"t- r -ow~r in all
all matters pertaining to the aise4ment and payment of txes am the se-
demption of outstanding tax sales. When yeo 'eed ,prompt and refable ser-
vice in our line call on or write us. Notary plubMe in ioffie.
8B. R. COLtSO, i ger.

JA.. M. GRAHA. President


Gao. W. RYIm, Vlse-President


OF C-GA ( IS r 1TI.LL--
Capital ......... ........... $50,000 .;-
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25.00( )oo

o dI. Does ex o iui 'el a r ur'ifnci -l. ::wItL Whi 0 s i o any tlMa tl 'he t b se Soicit
5 t e.i- I' .; nuxa-irteed i e. re C n ; o' r& er Mercar.t4. Go-iar1t.ons.etc. Intrestanowed -
,se .:-- a-ra::.i e- AW bs t,o.- ransactd pwrompel 4 .
-- --' H. E. TAYLOR COater


wei 235 Bay St., JA SoNVILLE. FLORIDA.

J .q 'naltrally,'lwated. lirh uggiVly r-,pahiv- aud r-aoatled. Nerwly fuarnia4e -.



Eu ropan

Pr o-p ietor


B.-t. Id. ani i's Free
From Dust.

For Sale 1bT All Whiletale orer w of Do ageneralbanklag businetuy adeliUF
STe accounts of bmank. btr.kera, corpoattoso
Jaes,nville, Florida. relve on avoable term. Special feUt

Ask Your Dealer for It. G-A.IrNnsErmr nE

orerm a ad omuei Eebaswe
L. fa mes, Baerefat ei osbera -
les to making eoueeioms ca as




ont rhe iaar ket. JE .F.ITDUTTO &00.

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pale ds ta t0St0e w jQBmaw.teftU
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Magageneseertme .i'iotfwlo' to
bMsisiesmuStmL ?lsUOIamewtoto t
OA=: TLCsaa .ra.


Member Coamean.MIDIsurkt.

H. P BaJLEy-
J. C.B.I& MNCl- .
SY. sR -oST sMA

Secretary Of StAte
A uoeneraI
WLLiA- H. E-.J$.

A. C. CR00391
State Treaiurer.
W .S. V. KNOTT.-
Baperintendent of Publi Icsraueto.
ogie +of Agristure.
/ +i f I F. LL "
Ra soad Commsm4.oner,
Jostfe Spresme Court. Six Yeas
JwtlceeSupreme Court.
Se. .ossRBOROtroe.
Cootyi Jouide.
S .Sberf.
ler t Courtq.

:sTax Assevsor.
TF x CoMlector.
Superintende t of Public Thstrueoxr
Dr. . KELLEY*.
: Co aty Trea surer
W. a. ROB2rTSO4.
Conty Surveror.

W County Comna~t'isarfBs.,
S. J. 0. DAsPIER.

For Membersof School Board.
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Gainesvlle eoninoes to lead all
other Florida towns as a live stoek
re-ent Rob -b o exercised m, ,
-Prsident RaobiMin eyrT.eias mnaI h

z nm

l ear abt fsore eaythat* i
wA ~ r ws d h n s ame t 6 a*.-

of tg keeps willp for e that they
will beoomf so thas no alf-rftpest*
pleg, hige-nMated est proadpirited
eitteen will permit hiey name to eft
inge as an aspirant for any offlee in
the State, at ist very nowear thati now,
bdrt thatdoe not mply that there willto
be any less nomber of eager office-
seeker; thevel will always be plenty
of them. The remasult will be that they
will be of a lower gradebility a aenacend
to good government. The good peo-

the danger mmainto which ealthey are drift-e.
ag and make wome effort to elevate
the politic of the Spate. In our hum-
ble opinion the one thing more than
any other that is just now tending to
dres, andow the polities of our State to
a lower level is the encouragement
given to the demagogues who go about
denoncinteg espectability as a sin and
he d pledaccumulagetion of wealsupth as crime

Any ddan who participated in the
Democratic primary of May 10th or
Jne 7th is in honor bound to support
the ticket nominated as a whole. He
19 not privileged fro a party standre
point, to vote for only certain nomi-
nees, and if he fails to vote for any
one of the Demoeratic candidates, or
ote for any one of the Reialpublicant off
candidates, he is not keeping his im-
plied pledge to support the soceesfus
candidates when he voted in the Demolloway
oc-ate primary.

A certain coterie of individuals are
circulating the report that Superinten-
dent Holloway had his trial put off
until lfter the next election. Such is

simply waived preliminary examina-
tion, and the case will be passed upon
by the grand jury at the October term
of court, several weeks prior to the
election. __ _
Alachua county's financial contest
is the best for year. The treasurer's
statement shows a balance of over
$30.000 in the various funds on July
1Ist.. This should enable the county
commissioners to follow the example
of Governor Jenningi and materially
reduce the rate of taxation.

The prospects are favorable this
year for the largest cotton crop ever
produced in the United States. The
acreage is far in excess of that for
years past, while the condition of the
growing cotton is 88, the best percent-
age shown on July 1st for five years.

Capt. Broward, Demooratice nominee
for governor, is said to have acquitted
himself creditably at the banquet giv-
en in his honor at the Tampa Bay Ho-
tel on July 4th. He made a fine ad-
dress and created a good impression.

The question of sewerage is again
commanding the attention of the peo-.
pie of this city. With a ftret-elass
sewerage system and decent streets
Gainesville property would double in
value in three years.

The national interest-bearing debt
of the United States is about $h1i5,00.
There is about 375,O00,000 cash in the

treasury. Uncle Sam, considering the
amount of his assets, is not a bankrupt
by any means.
Seats on the New York Stock Ex-
change are not as costly as they were.
Six months ago they sold as high as
W80,000. The decline is alleged to be
due to the subsidence of speculation.

J. Pierpont Morgan is gradually re-
tiring from business, but at the pres-
eat speed he shows in his retirement
it willtake him about 367 years to get
clear out.
Alachua county farmers report grow-
ing crops in good condition, and with
favorable seasons bumper crops of
corn and cotton will be produced this

wisdo and no little discretion in the year-. -
ppointmnt -othe Br of Trde There is no doubt about a "solid
i n' ..... :-- South" this year. The sffrage plank
The nomination of Hon. W if Hol- in the Republien platform insu-re at
lowafor State Superintendent is a least that mueh to the Demierats.
bitter ai. to om editors, as evi-.
de ced by the fact that they conti-ue The steerage rate from Europe to
t -oppose him- America and return is onl24.t.00 now.
: :- It's about time for the rival companies
The married state ha been dee ti begin giving trading stamp.
as a speoal dikpeaWtio of Providenae : .
forth bappis of makiadw ors a as The Glorioue ourta produced the
.in6geD i j tiot f fthedevil nor usual number of caualities, epecia
r to tiespleoto "O"her Wa1 o w6 e lty wheir the ict piaol was in eli-


A .,ra... ...* -** + -exp--
tem WasindBMa. th C.e. -o oneUs-
peake Bay. A lv ix-iaeb to o Afrit
blot that can send a prosW toIfty-
aie. lles -

Gaipeevile seeds more factories.
More factories weld give employ-
meet to more people, tad more peo-
ple woald mean more trade for the
merehats. ,

The lof railroad bilt in foundia hat
Amnersan raiut. America exports
their ron annd motors their made kin
ery d galvlo anic wire to oa h Ainthe

Forty tud be matsad people paid to see
a bacuttingebado game ewYork the oth-
er day. I baseball dosen't wateh out
Mr. Rockefeller will gobble it.

One of the scientists has found that
beans and eat constitute all the

of work. ___ ___1
Several lots and backyards inf the
city could be Aaterially improved by I
lottwing down the dog fennels and other
weeds. ________________
The freight engines and cars engaged
in the traffic of this couventry would
make a but org 9.000 mi le long.

man, altob .the wi rbue ea -
IJn Iv.- ; t" I i iI from I he
faunly ftles tihe rispeUragm. which is
lower down. this peculiar difference
is to marked tbut it is possle to 1 ec-


lion and all liver ills are cured by
Hod's Mil
The non-irritatinr cathartic. Price
25 cents of all druggists or by mail ot
C.I. Hood A Co.. jowell. Mass.



$40. A-65

- /-ANSI

Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
sixty days,.



i.t daly.
ihftee dis.

cono 'tarfdnrti



Either tWromob Atlanta and Chautamomr or CibA t Ad viB. "e Mlam
Sky' roBn. .o- "* ''-* *-
Only Me from Florioda wes iItsow raits ltoe St. ALols. Two traiw dir&ft
Jacksoar De. Thmrobaiesiao esr. -
Stopovermaa o eo aad Reurai t pat p Iusal misotmB oad umauwr re"w 0466
Carolinus and s Tennessee. No rera eoast eVpWSer stO 1 e CTIM
of Wom'as Fair sad Wpena a vaetiont in the masea, werw d*e trfp emu be I
through the Sepmire Country. Lake Tomway. the lShMief. esc.
DetaMled sad valuable InftormatitmM ~. fM ers, etc.. ceerfaf f +mui qi
pplieAon J.C. =~SK. -
Dstrict Panmer AemtA gent est Nj OWae me.aI


Reta lers and Jobbeis .

Staple andiFusy

ra6 GaSi Sd a Fwr&
Highest market priee pad for Ohiekeqa. gsaad o r PVa -

A complete stoek of ay Co, F Mel, 1- ---

-----DEALERS I---


fSea Island

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Wa-lr
Leather in Strips or Sides.

d ime .tassce w Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Enli
wahei Bezteste reidy om seaulo e e. I a
adget kt w .we Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
I a fewT .ha sefo nd a s Y~r -f1

la MWk Thew wet eed o



BANNER SALVE iNeat v, --Pro mntlv d- Artisti

is the most healing gave il
the world. It cures Sorets Cuts, C 4
Bums ad all Sia Disea j .
psitfvely Air Line always

Cures Piles -FOR,..::

a. ,t4ss "" badT c...Saavanna.h, Columbia, Camden Southei
Pule vwral yer. BASS= SALYS .
ars = Vly sm PadPines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-.
_ene -. =4. .- -.n
AE.p e. ee.ington, Baltimore, Phila-
SelkyJ.W.Vilam delphia, New Yor C

m I etI ANr- Mt. -1"
^ .- "f --" -.- --
d e.l j ph ..... .... _

r7 WKS..* Two 'Elegan Trains l

...... Luz Seaboard Express.

P?@Ctrnt0 AWm MDirgut..V aiNM.
F +-, "-. (NAUL c iw .
. a.- ldr u-la kWwet. e +

5 KbP SMwt. f. !'s5 Ons v ?zvti oe

oea oarMau.


Only Une Opwratia
P.1m U W ,gqt s
.............. .....................+- -- + +""---V " -

Forf all l
A- ,.







S -name.

ofr. artte the telepi
as Mwh o. -ot Mir. I

sI.a Gapb.~
1 aoosto the wire a

-- ss sr on. I
S bag MbM& Ku llani

tee for a weea'

=* J t. s- '. "

n-g -sia- ofltendue To
-P im n e res rporlt.s weo *
W. Biakei stod a

S XEbsBealaStvea, of

iag t the change
agertheV sole-the mu
aki e berneisil about 7

ste- ef o p.m. A peti
Snsmeoas slgners Oakingl
toieoM Thediole.

S oe _rega araronthls me

Sai o ifli w e aeld Tne
uast ills forstlreet work w

-iatn dered paid, amida ne
Sort0tlsgwr toee setrusio
I V. B. Ayeoek an

Este onS the-:will visit fried
ws on and ISbut Carolina.
Clhas .Rgersf Live Oa1
her a town during the pau

Aloe toro thealt is e'
sometimes due to hurry an
nine-times out of ten due t
gstuon,-abad stomach, a

-or ponstplation. These co
1 react on the mind and will
A" tem by ating sreen's Ai
There iane better stomach
It he world than August Flo
sorer cure for indise ton c

Opportunity for Ambkious
gO taiEducati
The senator sad iep
from Alaehua county have
4ed that a vacancy in the i
arship -a the &ooth Flori

This scholarship, valued
* year, is onder the law to
upon competitive examina
senators and representati
Seouty. Theseholarsbip(s
ticaly all the expenses of a
period of four year, inclu
raoon rent, tuition, bool
h hi own uniform amd nees
In and Bpay in advance a
and medicine for the year.
In addition to being qua
sieall7 the eaudidates are

. e 16 years of age and of
- harseter. The subjects fo
-tion are arithmeti, gram
2 This is a splendid opp
feted by the State by
W orty yonug man may oa
lego ede1atiom without exp
S college ffen two distinct
study leading to degrees in
S ienific and civil esngi
Its Itaaboratories are well eq
Sthe very bet practial
The senator and represn
thereforeappointed Sept.
I Y, Prof J.t-. Kelloum
Tflllman to conduct the exa
applicants for-the schol

Ctbredof Itchoig F

V. L Flint, a mterehant
Swith itching piles
tried iany

rIlitef. bee

dy Jt w*ah AMTO...
Xo-tg E. kto tou, Ga., July 7+ P of m n
i -llB iepaiteid. te drowninag ai Prt, wS. L Mosa has bought 0. L. Ise Myrtle Harper. whch occurred
l^ Kt-^e of gs sad will Tuesday, are just now obtainable.
AB*^.y balteer ben-oa- dyeto wsrve eThe T ecaslo was a Pourth Mt Jely
AWll _Hl .J e m_ _A_7e ..
edAbert Jones, his broth -
..... ie aa who never sleep Q iite a number of the party went
W wa In twa pey l-m mookag afte ba:thng. Amo theumber were------
. .el.. + t iiW a SI Harper, who was drowned. anl
Plwu Dr. V. Johnson has h his- e- -w' other yong ladies. In tG l he mars -

=Issar. I -~luan or t om ,-~+J:+ ,~- +. with ,araape,.whoe- Who oot comw.
S i be ingo well to rli n lfriews here for a ed. of wted te water is honler tow. r t n in

Im f-tion e oo erw ols a. the Baptis u-h';.or. By tertose who sw aere the it we
iait to e seday. w w. th e stream. the bth pto sartie

She who lo t is presnceof wind a. home. We cary
tagest oin .Fe.Barrha gone tow oothFlorid w ruanie of the dangers too late to
eka of the toPlook after hit orange aro aae them frm the ,
the-d -l i on to spend friewdas ere fort sea, onr Un d r a and 3

learn that Geneni d tapsritenden& 0. M. Gra- E'e' y .' rt-to rccsv them failed. t nderwear
So ti dy o t.e .s. R., pasd don a ~ ... th!- r 'ontd at n te what you
.e e.e pe e -etHr t ot a or hotr for se r on .i fi g O
aso Miue e KeatiMhers ad Mabele W. r e to re the dining co uple. me. CT

Uc ;0 i1 visited aiesille y,,ter- Br ,' m JimC--124 1e. .e an Fit
o e gt in l tandi rf day. anios It s too late to o Sin town -fr '' (.Y of y Jones was bur ed
or Se weand North arli on arrie a satoe them from theancock Hats, Frnisin

-04o Mrs. U. $; Wells and children have Hried 'cts, ewy afternoon at 4 o'clock. STETSON HAl
et of tnhe eon to Mrd to pend a few eday pe Wing Night and Day. CnARARi

ida t. Geal Sprintendent S-M. Gra monte rt to rsc tem faled R
o operation dy of ithe G. 8. & F. By., pased down aa *;; -n fly thuy wpre fe]nd aY tr woat yO Re
return from ver the G. G. erday in White pri he- busiest at d mghir boe lait Stt Sli Otle_ _ 0
Sordin vate r thig vtht.r gvor was made irs r King's
Ja arTill M saie an n f RMahe k and intabel ew Lire Pills these drownings chulee

e- Me ie nited Gneaknese yetr into strenL Jh Clayboitl naress W an
f otei Prof. Oscar Mot i in town Sundayf into enerlyo y oung Jones mas riedntal
Sdoe not Several of the yongtimes weth hi at powthe fyrial onground atin bild- SE AGET
p. m., in- o s, oo co'd church, near the family's home.
tion l~- J Oraieiacf for a vaemiD The remains of wss Harper were MANHATTAN oN

n s n. to Toma yesterday andfternoon he u the health Only per STETSON

ends in Alf- Mise Margaret Peace is taking a bhy lldrust.
ere w edited lie Arnow hal oved into White Te b-e-st admi fht1t little n-
D oyF.Coin EdwarSnd family. hine v isma'e s r

her ,tUo of min house repa inted. ho
. w in town Sda ino ergy, brain into enta
d daughter Several of the yn ladie went ot power. eyre wonderful in boild
onr i rivge. L Taeoai yes.Krer, af pinoon. ing up the health Only I 5e per boH.
eadt in A- Misan foareot Pracer o many and "S
moonthn nation.

kee-p your Holland, writs, -Oetob 27th, 1901: TWO TRAIrn DaiLT,
not re Arno hamove Duringy training of eight weeks' th i
st few dayfo Miler hotSe L recently vacated by Rev.m|||t||n|wit | 111. 3. and A9UfIE
P. C. Edw.rd. family.
e wto u, hi topkin*- has been havow in-g I D A t Se ouro

BAeRTOW. h.e, $1 bottle. Sold by W. U. John' -eFROM--
Swrry, bat 'e S IRECT RO idaTE TO THE
o poor indi- Baindeed Players and Foot Racers p t
tresntitiveA during theuer day oe crhampion t ot to S H S

kde eepol- part of subsad, wribereto liquidate 27the 1r01 TWO TRAINS DAI ________
it n eow- as the following rao i a subscriber
edci in a I edBallardS Sow Lyiment 1. L h Atlat. t

s fore I highly recommend Snow Lini p. m. Ar St.ps d o--- a. m .. f
rew s ment to aHiwho are a trohded wth THROB6N eo- wSLEEPING CARS Aro
Sspran, broie or rheumatism. 25,ar eio
BARTOWn e, $i bottle. Sold by W. M. Johni -FROM- o
bae Maa Hdde-vriedaineit. Georgia, Florida a$5 n Ra.te (-an pFi
O. a It is indeed pleasing to the editor, oe]ote b
r6sentAive during these isy n of ori wnceso, not to 11RS8g J
beie otiention the tetk of ilae withi o athe OUTE OF THE FAMOuS vemb
;adet chol- part of sbscribers to Iqidae their S F

whoVe subseriptioa r already paid to Carrying the only horifa meeiy'es Ar from
t $30& per Jane. 1a05: Atlatota to St. Lofso atasHcar peeves Jwcseon- The -
uti awardea NWelborn, tla.. July 4th. 1804. yo th a tret
tion by the "oe-itoVr Sn K Enlosed on will for rtes rom your city. World's aide AT.
e- audited, f I talko o fn- ^ -" W toa w Book W id sehedulest sleepMnd car reservations .
Wo of eaeh gm one dolar, for whieh please give also for book showinr w oae. s adi boarding

ovenr prae. me credit and continue to #end my pa- ous tquo their rates. writ A.
i awdet for a per. I get lonesome when I miss an FRED D MIL LE R,
ding board, issue of four paper. May The Gaines- FRED D. Bet i
5. laundry, ille on ever shine to enlighten the Travellng Pasesger Alet,
let provides minds and softnn, the hearts of its Ne. 1 Brown Bllilag, ATLANTA, .A.
wy cloth- readers. Very truly,
m edia fee. WTHERPOO T H E
*l attention "_Nnb Works
alifid pby- Isa violent inflammation of the mu- GENERAL MILL L Commodious,
required ous membrane of the wind pipe, MACHIK ERY REPAIRS.
good moral which sometimes extends to the lar-
ar examine yn and bronchial tubes, and is one of Cmturn and straight whole length '-
ar, Uttited the most dangerona diseases of chil- of Shafting and Pipe-CUtting
y. dren. Italmost alway come on n up to 121 Mi 1r2a exea .7
irtunity of- the night. Give frequent small domes r .
which of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and ap-
wicn any -ply a rd'i Snow Liniment external- N N MS. E. PAXTO
0ta1 a tothetroat. e25c, M,$. Sold by MRS.N N E.iI N H. PAkTON.
peMe. The W.M. Johnson. A 8PEIALTY
oourfe of A -* - - -
as literary-. ^ATAL FAMILY AFFAIR. P. ISaAB, P I. "L .
eering Hne.
[ipped, and Husband Cuts Wifea Threat and Uses
instruction pazor on Self.
St. Lous, July 7-Mrs. Antoinette fl
e hiave .- i.a dead and herIream
WM Hol husband. Egar Lee Evans, aged 23.
and 0. M. who recently returned home from San .V r i
mination of -Francisco. is at the :ity hospital dan- TEt IWlt EO
[ah tt geromly wounded. f
Si^m -B raorvans had cut his wifetroat with 1
Saturd a razor and then slashed his own _
wrists and throat. Domestic tro- _
'ies. bO l s a scribed by Evans as the rea-
of rchard o for his aet. S
reay ro- .M -vans. wa andsomely gownedf T
for several sad wore diamonds valued at several Ti mM m ,I' fAWUIMT .
called pile hundred dollars.
liyjif^Hm~~~y~~rfr~w tow^1^^1^ ::^.. ^


Pto t0he
need of
a spec-
i at your
'the ft.

Dno +at-
E 'e is,



For Ladles
who.d naihd it ont
venient to iome to the
city, we make buying an
asy task b~y eending t
yvur bomes two or thre
styles of garments to -8_
lect from. Wecarry


II our Boys' Ospartut
can be- had everythig
realy to wear for ysj
except shoes.


,rdrs brJobPritin Io --

(r day and up. Wooms wit.
Ath from May 1st to No-
er 1st $3 per day.


ontezuma Hotel

A. L Rys V. IP Prprir
the Stateat $2 aDay. orters
Meet alI-Trains.


- Home-Like


Every Attention to Guets

Owner and Prep., WHITE SPf F.A.

. Three Twies the-


Valueof Anyther

One-Third Easier
One-Third Fa ist

The oly Sewing Mai a = is
not fail in any poit .
-otary Mo Umd Ball
-ake it the l1ght 1*t
in the world..
Agean. wastaled in wu.i.




E--- -+



IOOm* Pa* B44 Celbraio. of the
:- wa_ .c.. rary. of state John Har
Was Orato* of the Day.
J acMikso. e-h,. July 7.-- Ive thou-
l ud people assembled in Loomis
rk 9 hcere to4ay to celebrate the fif-
tie a-niversarry of the birth of the
Republican party, "'undr the oaks" in
I -: cfity July -, 1834. It was here
p e thit date thaat the lrst state con-
tacting'under the name ce
--Republesat" was -elad.
Secretary of State John Hay, whb*
Was private secretary to Abraham Un-
o the first Republican president,
w-.as. the- orator of the day. Other
i ti.ngushedl guests present were
Sp -- eaker Cannot, of -the national house
:1 of -repreeutattves. Senator C. W.
S aitrbanks, of Indiana; Republican
candidate for vice president, and Unit-
;- d "States R. A. Alger and J. C. Bur-
ows, wof Michigan.
-- '-The city w*as profusely decorated.

1. Teo U It a Aa shares Wlma.U..
i -"I_ CA teHll In a minute simply by
i IokWIng a. man .whether he shaves
S: himself or Is shaved by a barber," said
S-th welder of the razor and brush.
ot 1. A it n't a question of cleanliness
-3or yet a question of backing the face.
There is no reason why a man who
i s t acAcu tomed to sharing himself
asouldn't maike as clean a jtol of it as]
the average barber. ,And yet I can
spot him every time. See that little
lok t of hair that grows downv the side
-of the face just in front of the ear?
S Well, when a man t st-ved by a bar-
ber- those two lock.s don't vary tIn
length more than a sixteenth of an
Jch.I: The man who shaves himself,
on the other hutind is invariably lop-
ided. -He always begins to shave
higher up on the left side of the face
S : than on the right side, as a conse-
: quence of whi-b o: side of the face
looks longer than the other. No, -I
don't know th.:t I :n t-ydlain this
phetome enn.- I only know that the
: coditin exists." I'hiladelphia Ree-

Died of Supertitlton.
P$i-essi LIikhlik. daughter of Ka-
p- iakea and mother ,f Pr-iniss Kalu-
I- anuiilUed on Feb. : .I ,7. Sh*- had not
been s- rtously Ill. but a laa tlow tfrom
the great vwlcano Kiiia-tii, .i-Ilwaii.
| waich c-tqrreil a few ti's ltbefore her
death w-s to her suaid a Sir: sign that
a -cbieftainMss was retired by the
S: g.--s: god i't th:.\t Ii-.ril -ss old dtiy
Saugge.ted to the childrbea of nature in
the ages of v.lanid- terrors. So flrm
wer-- r UklikeH's c'nivictions that tlhe
S wrath of the furious P'ele had to be
S appeat.ed by her death thalit she lo.-
hrt ba-and never rail!-t4. The eightt b,-
Sfore her death thre- \vas a halo aroun:il
S- the tmoon, and whl-n she saw it she
S abandoned all hope and speedily died.
A few years afterwardi Likihitku beard
that he was bein fOr;ye.l t ileath by
S an enemy, aided by a soit- rer. a dead-
Sly mftnthd of warf; re. -.- he biuiply lay
-doWn and died of .P- .;&r.
..'-- '- HI ,r 'ewm Of.
S Mrs. Vllad-l -1 \hy ,t y.1 Want to
- call on the Boreun tsunight? Mr. Villa-


Gumanteed for al lidney and Bladder
*Diseases Is a and ure

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

It supplies the kidneys with
the substances they need to build Cre sed
up the worn out tissues. h
Arm*^ v the

It will

cure Bright's Disease

and Diabetes if taken

in time,

and a slight disorder yields read-
ily to the wonderful curative
power of this great medicine.

It soothes and heals the urin-
ary organs and invigorates the.
whole system. If your kidneys
are deranged, commence taking

Foley's Kidney Cure at
once. It will makeyou well.

TWO SIZES Sc& $1.00

A Phyician hI ed, now pre tbew I datly.
Da. Oao. Ewm a prantdnagphyslcan of Smith'
geov, Ky., for over thirty year, writes his personal
experlesa with. Folkys Kideyq Cre-: "For years I
v bea g ty bothered with kidney and bladder
bomble and enlarged prosate gland. I used everything
known to the protfeslon without relief, until Icommenced
to a Ftey's Kid.y Cure. After taking three bottle
1 was entirely relieved sand ured. prescribe It U n
aily In my practice and heartily recommend its ue to
An physlsans for Osuch Oble, for I can honestly state
have pre0ibed Is In hundred of a wh prfeot

I ,

tr.. -t:- -.B. BPAWSON!IT'S

Way T ,.. "- "(1 M.,- Mlss 0! oSU
ITight'- YI-, I ,, -.. nd

-,----- +4ai ^^
A H!nt to -ead4tuartcrx.
Head of 1i. Ir1n--1 don't sete how *
you are .on;- to support a wife onl I i
yoevr prs. nt s-lary. Stuart Clerk- I 1
Neither 1d I. sir. --London Punch. 1 IILJ HIIV LI Vnl
Round Trip Rates to Washington, D.C. ,acksonville. Florida. J") Pi

-don-Because if we don't they're cor- Atilantie 'Camst, .in*. ut q ,iki? *
trin to come over here. It will be eas- route by two hlur- ami. elevenn in--
ler to go home when we're tired of utes from .an;snviie lt. \ac::guo-n,
Stem than to ask them to go home. at.e to
--_" _ __ ;i i -V;t !' -i d ri'- t :-,nt. $ \ ,Ul r ,-k -
Piles Upon Top of Piles. din L-z-,d. fai.< :t.d C.t-t ali-
S Pile$ upon top of pil ,I of peop-,' r r lt: .,wen i-.-' :.
hiave lhe piles ,ai iD ?iF ; ,- :. W ;'. H a- .. i. .- n -, .. ... !, ;n;
zelSalve eure- th m t- Th-re are. tany .. \ :i -. ]iA:--
differont kind- of pil.-, a. if T. j -' I '- .
the prami 8a ri;-.i l %W,:ch I :., i a .
Salve mad by t & W a *
S ,Chl ca i.o a-cure is e"rt:tain. l A '1. t. i I,'.i.n: -. *-. - t-
dale, ofu Slm ,n- -':c. S C n I r :,. ' ;- .- y.ur
had piles "-0 y a~ nd j).\\ tt'S iv. I, tro i' ,L .- -- -e.

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SS by at'rt"i ... ft-V N -. ..C- 5 IING

n Chicago improvedd Property
m e i h noi. S < is ^ n t 1 o ,,
set one of their tri~ T' o"a"t ,, lart- fr .' .
-a -lauts Ma -M g wroiw InA 1i i I '. "
2- feet tie-k "weih u-t. --. d Chcaah. comye projwrty P ip.
M n hy 'r-h. Lb n M ove t o prqertyis
,20 t= f tht-k. whCi, =,urtiz rtS and I -U4 1_r ...
caves near the sunaomt, the old writer paien from 10 to 14 per
adding. Apd he -iut up hbsi bed o tt mi'.
high fike a pillara el aercheth away
raen. an tIre devours them." 1 1 # u1,R
S3864 Unroln Ate.. ilmcag., Ii.
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Leading Brands
at Lowest Prices

Sedl for Price List.

All Goods F. 0. B. Jacksonville.

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> L.JL ,R:IBV. Edil,,rand
WA.i.A. YL1,
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Single tpies. . .... .. ....
X i o!.ar;don lly nm
,, ':.',-di especial-y to i tl,- i 't
;he fruit and "
SFlorida. -
A special triat: ,r Ii onD
:m nonT will be nt on r-eip7
. t St im ^ i-n,

Ur y Hot Air. Medicated Va'r B
fEectrica. Treatment will be used In
tion wi.Uh medicine -in the tretmnen
e'e of whatever nature or duraUol.
O!re in the Po n toek.115 Ea.it
GAzWavszaL. Fouitv.


National, Stv.' and Coal

al Tiket 1904.




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jgras per- rn' their -func- Adms.DurL.-
to natural way E. P. Attell, Dival.
E Y wa.
N theiri eby k ) puig the sy'stemrn cngessio .t --
f -A " FiPot.3ongr ional .I.ri- t
t f in perfect and heaitv O-Gb.Hiioro. h-ait.
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t of e lH.ene. Orange.
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talimiL We day frsom daL it
Tiet sold Toedaym .
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"eray a" NvW

-Of a-l (d1t icers ih the gift of the
,o0. ot- ly prized by his
rg Lau+m.d 'a.. that of the de.-

most a the; tl<,rs. are -more at-
Slyeto the aut,: Jif oe a
-by tht A -e i IU a (.pays upon
breasti o t tio i tht ave heg i the
of tate-or Le% i i h: mpinie-teriai
B toiguide the, an t.o te: 0trt-
nee, but to tU" tit.k e me.,, in
a none other is s! da-tr uso, a1
Slookng medaL L t;,e o
in the fat*ce of the f.D the' (ot.
the Golden iite.
fhe decoration .is a snalv, indelted-
ovalof a beautiful greeri enati .i
wheih s apiaced a gldea kite
tn crossed swords opurple
The medalinsusporded fromw
breast bya green ribbo r; -and it
is as rare as that of the much -ov-
Victoria cross of G*eat BritailL
aare seven lase s of the l order, 1
each grade digtfiTes tome more
act the ts reeipientt tIs be- '
generally raises the decorated toe
peieage If he be not already there,
soimetines carries with It a sub-
bounty In the shape of a pen-
This pension, however, seems to
gone, with one exception, only to
prlMes of theImperisal family that
been decorated; suggesting there-
the delicate tact so common among
hiher classes of the Japanese.
~Three of the ofmcers who participated
athe firt successful torpedo boat at-m
Wpon the Russian fleet in Port
won tme distinguished service
of the Goldeu Kite, and well
deserved it, for th e undertaking
nded all of the deperate courage
-a forlorn hope. To one of- those
the engineer ofi cepr whose, fright-
wounds proved fatal a few hour-
erd the news of the emperrat'
ewas speeded by wireless te-
hy Just as. he breathed- his last
the Japanese hospital ship,
The orIgin of the order is decidedly
Sn In the p memorable naval
ment, now commonly known a
battle of the Yalt, between China
Japan in 1894, when from noon to
aof sa on that fateful 17th of Sep-
the Dragnon waged a losing
with enneRising Sun. was born the
tion of :the order of the Golden
Ute.-w At the close of dayts tme Takr-
Sba.ttle stalledd antd begrilme
-ater that awful struggle, some-
lashed seaward from the sky,
U after a moment's hovering a
ge bird- of the hawk family was,
tetaffe. The bird proved to be a klte.

The -ommanding ofieer. Captain No--
"at-Tel. ordered one of the crew to
tebh the id, which, contrary to ex-
tion, proved an easy task.-for the
wk. unmoved by the man's approach,
only too wtllir to be naode a
ytoe. The crew, with true samlortly
tiUon, welcomed the bird with
tasiA -iand the belief that It was
heaven sent messenger and gave it

Wh the fleet returned to Taldong-
Ia Commaander Salto Minaru was
t by the emperor to congratulate
Sweet upon Its signal victory. On
From Captain Nomura-Tel of
Takaththo about the kite he took
bird back with him to the Imperial
headquarters where he had
honor of presenting the hawk to
Majesty. The mikado promptly
the bird Takachiho. after the
upon which It had aghted, and
ft placed with some little ceremony
te Imperialgardens at Tokyo.
te lover of omens the coincidence
tte brd alghting upon the patteu-
ha p it did-for Takacblhq la spe-
SlgnIficant In the legendary his-
SrJapan-was deemed unusual
at! Takachtho is the name of
place where the divine a-n tor
Asset his foot on descending to
and the kite, seemingly coming
from the _ki'- and alighting
the namesake ship of that an-
hallowed spot. seemed fraught
the happiest augury and appeared
t messenger of praise to the battis
warriors of the mikado's eWt.
-the strength of the old legend and
,omlnn of the bird the mikado e-
A by mtperiat decree tI Noveul
S184 the dostingubed service
Sthe Golden Kite and decared
5fsWoold -e given only thoe ot

Im 401PM-

At is inificant of the great reserve
wVtt whi b the order asbext gI've"
tthat of the many gallant actom during
the, war twr'en China nd Japan the
doranmtn wns bestowed In less than
farty instances.
'- D. Johuo'as .oim .
Dr. r-mael tJLhnson married a Mrs.
Porter of Birminghnam. That lady's
daughter thus dtescrtbed the doctor's
woonlag: "I! aplnI'-tar:nce was very
forl ddiag. He was then lIa anid
lauk. so that Lhia imumteuse structure
of bones was hideIksly striking to the
eye. and the SA-ir. of the serofula were
deeply visible. lie aid, wore his hair.
which was straight iqnd stit', and! sepa-
rated behind. and .Ihe .flte h.ad. seem-
f:gsy. c ticulaitlotni. whikh tended to excite at
*otwe sur rise alnd ridicule. Mrs. 1or-
.ter wa Aso m01'h enlga(.ed by his con-
Versation that she overlooked all these
external d itulvantages and said to her
daljghtter. 'This is the most sensible
naman that 1 ever saw in my life.'"
Mrs. Porter. who was twice Johnson's
g;e. was not easily won. Urged by
h.r learned lover to say why she still
refused him. she said an imcle oft
hers had bexenui h;g antd she did not
wish to briILe disgrace on him. "Is
that all?" said Jolhnsen "Why. though
I have nNver h:ad an unile hung, I have
two or threc uncles who deserve it. S.
let's get married and say no more
about that."

Van Dur-ks Smell?
It has (bn often. asked whether or
not ducks ean smell. Some hunters
cite from their experiences instances
that seem to show ducks can smell;1
others say th;Ut ducks cannot. Now the
naturalist would say that ducks, owing
to their habit. have no need to smell
and hence eiannot. This route Is not
lnfallibhle. but g-enerally holds good.
Any wild thliin with such eyes as
dairks hIave does not need to smell. Na-
ture strms u to hl:ve tOiven -birds a dis-
-ernItig eye aind :nlimals a discerning
ndse. A fox will look straight at a
airn: and not imi. even when only
. fw fwt r:w:y. ijrovi.;'l he does not
smell himu or th, -wnan does not move.
A diw-k will not moly see a man stand-
Inrg pr f:t'lly still at a long distance.
ret.rtbl-? of the wind. but will ttice
apy h:ust-e in the l-induiarks of its
haunts or- fet- lin; gtoutids.--Outing.

; A Cae i SLsideist, ,t n actrtain [,rt of Sprueo
st-ret have oft-'n1 suen two cha-urming
Sold Indies. twin sisters who look so
timueh :like t hat no-one ever bothers to
dlistinguish between them. coming out
from one of t'u houses. The fact that
they both dress almost alike nakes it
still harder t. tell them apart. Some
one who knows the old ladies very well
relates that Anni. vwitile mraklitg a bHr-
1 red departure for one of the big de-
prrtmneut itourt, h-tt wee'k. put on Su-
satri' bounet ly tiist:V, ke. It walking
through the store she ct;iue suddenly
itn front of a full len th mirror and
steppedl la-k in asttoishment, saying,
'"Why, Sue. I dftn't know you were?
coming down vown this morning!"- -
l'hiladelphina T-!er.zrph.

E intt iWhen Tired.
Every oae s.lould know that to eat
:when tired, is to pl;-ee iupoin the diges-
tive orga'nS a burdeit which they are
wholly uni ble to bear. When the body
is itl a t4ate cf fatigue the digestive
organs aru+ unable to perform their
natural fu etions. The glands of the
stonidaeh 'ill not form gastric juice,
f the sallva is detl-ient in quantity and
the whole qdiMestive ,Spparatus is in-
capable of doing etiClent work. When
Sexhauste i one should rest before eat-
Ing. If a nlint or sinking sensation is
experience d retlef mury be obtained by
drinkiini ai glass of hot water or di-
luted fruit_ juice of some kind.

The easiet, cheapest and best remedy
for eatarrh, eolds, asthma and all dis-
easesof the throat, chest and lungs is
Quakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
Perfectly harmless even to children.
!and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
isfaction in every case or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
grippe impossible, quickly destroys
'di~ele germs, and insures full, per-
fe. mand naturall breathing thruogh the
nostrils. For sale by R. W. Vanse,
Island Grole, Fla.

Value of Jls Dauelafr.
l W.|i:it l'ani.o:tt of Little Falls.
%. Y.: ,n. of tlt. i:ri!:l (ct'.m'tn iftn 'f :M1 darting mas-
tees in AncrIc:a recently held In Cleve-
land. 0i.. is tan instructor Iu "step"
idaain.- i "-Jl danintt." Le says.
-"'.5hol.l b' taught in all piblle schools.
Practice& in Jin s makes one sure footed.
A young s!iifnl w!ho has become pro-
cieunt n nw little step would have
no difilecuty in getting on or off a street
car. Shet milght board one In motion
or skip aierogs a rough or slippery
street wit lozt danger of falling or get-
ting hurt "

The sure way to an envious
s5_-s. ta or la t t sere I-



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tnds. Send hin
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GA;XESVILLE, Alachua Co., FL.
O)tice in Eudel Bioek.
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unecessor toSeiclera Aider
Over Datton A Co s Bsnk.

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Timro Tahle in effect Jane 6, 1901.

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man] 7: :t p a
G t)aily

Stielisj c ttenuion to Crow atnd Bridge work
Phone 71-.


OGraduate Batimore COouege Dental Surger)
Five year' experience in New York City.
Crown, Bridle -work and F.lIna Specialties
O ice in MUler Law Exehbane,
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st--'S- W. Ba.

Faust beer, bo
fail to call on m


S 40 pm in

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s Daily
S12:15 am
i [,ai!y

S8:15 pm

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e r.Mgnday


Arrive Frm

High rnpag and Inter- I:lO0a -
-diate Points Dliiy
Ocaia. L,-sburg and Tampa, and Aspma
Intermediate Points J DalSy
Pailacka, Daytona, Jacksonrille, OyG
North, Ea-t and West DaIly
High Sprinpg. Waycrots. $avannah, Brunswlik, i32 paU
Aloatisi;. Atlanta alU Points North. East West Daly

Rocilheie. Ilicanopy and Citra

I Daily

High Springs

NZIES. Proieor Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 mile of Bg the pi
,y st.. Jackson lie. ii," eipal railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the priaial et.
I nrough Pullman ats-eper Port Tampa to New Yok, via Atmasie o ---
ttle and draught, Do. Line: also via Atlantic Coat Line and Southern Railway.
Forcomplete information,call-on
me when in Jaeksonvie J. A. OOODWIN. TIcket Ageat, G lmvi.l
SI Address
LEE JARVIi,`- FRANK C R.BOYLSTO\N Cnm'l Airt._ W.,D BTARK.- T .- P Ain.

twuht ,r. (. TiLori. 138 W. Bay at., Astor Bnilding, Jacksouile, Fla.
Wilmington, N. C. Wilaint O. -
Poreekin Inilay Work and the :Rc iaru tio of.. _
o0tlee in Miller Law ExchaMe, "., -D .
k iJ, -a Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT o LOBSS.
JacksoFvkwe, orida 0 P -
We over these important points and respeetfallp
Best Imported asd Domestic Liquors solicit a ;hare of your business.
and Wines in the city. Life, i
.. ... ..Li fe, Am`60 - IUW
MAX KRAUS6, 1% _______ .
Repretting Agents for the- -

E. A. WEIL & CO., ., l Vietor Safe and Lock Companv -
.., C.,t Con -C.a -in .f O lalo l
WH "LEALE SHOES The" "I-T-i,-.iO
W 10 LE S A L E SOES -K The -Victor" is the best safe made, and parties cotempat-
.. All- D.s... r ip -ingthepurchaseof asafe, or snythiagmfi that lie
A Desernpo. from a box to a bank vault, will asmve m1ey
A by consulting us. Call on or address -

Sole Agents forMONARCHI and IOVER. J#H A -I L
EGMX QUALITY Shoe?. Every % tInformation cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. DO n aI
pair warranted.

J. Manasse. Agent ..----- --------- --. --'" -- '-

a. .... +.Gaies6ville & GulfRa'lflmitt+j,
Nic Arend's oon a GEnd (1I Gi

Jackaoaville. Florida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p m.
Darthelemay Rocheter, al Imw.
ported Warberger Beer on Draught

Steaks, Fish. Chops, Game in season,
to order. Pool, Billiards, Bowling
Alley. 180 W. .y t.



Alachua PooI Parlors,'

C. DBres PreprietW.

SLested in tthe Porer Block, ooth:
Side square. Threein f -clans tables.
uGood lights, and prompt and coourteous
service. The pubp lei ordially invited
a wd ly ysweoo.


Time Table in,

No. 6. -
D '70y 4,
&ex.' Dfiiy Dasly. T
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effect July 1. 1908.


to. 1.1

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122 1 708 7 27 ......m.... -"... ". 25
0 ~ 16 4 7 A 45 ..... ampson C.ty ..... 1
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lbaa Ha-s.ppenedand What Is Go

Ol_ newspapers for sale at he an

1 lpisaufor-sale cheap. Mr. T.

SA. P. Morrow returned -to e
olSI )esaerday. I
e F. Goodwin aof Dytonsawas in e

pjlaiw olbtsines, .
T) TiTEliof Waldo was in ehe ity

Job fPrinting Oee for ale. Addess
b B! ,m, Gantesville. tf
mom'a Wonderful Salve for iale
byg| .KW. MOiBaAm c i .
W. H. Vanasaie ot0Kauapaha lw in
1 the aity yesterday na business.
| ^ Jtaa~mi rof Rocelle was in the
ei5ety day one legal business.
miss :lade -Miller left yesterday
S or Live Oak, where she will tea a
s-ummeir sehopl.
W. A. Littledale, the popular eandy
masa, was in the city yesterday in the
Interest ofa his house.
H. P. Hartley was the ity yeIter-6
day for a few hours in the interest of
O GoCiers anagasine.
The San has about 5,000 old papers

'19 |si0 lTowe a |
sho ^ierbaseso ieaser sihf~oews.r
SWsher7 sh e7 .f Levy****S,,
maI wwsseity yeeseday on busiade.
RH. C.lasin 13pese~asy forJaek-l
sI; odclll, where he goee on basisies for

r r^ eas&.--From Agssta st at
Auoeep~d by*Boal Cok. AV*yTb

MWi Kelley has returned to the Odd
Fellow' Home In thise eity, after a de-

lightal visit to Jacksonville.
The ei'et-aer-sway elob will have a
arge membership in Gainesville this
y ar, notwithstanding the claim of on-
precedented prosperity.
Whie Springo and retia Sunday
during season via 0. A G. iy. Nine
honrs at springs and return same-day.
Only one dollar. -Through coach. tf
-. B. Osteen of Alacha was in the
city yesterday on a shopping expedi-
tion. While in the eity hetook soca-
lion to look up many of his old
faieads, who were glad to again shake
hands-with him.
The Tarentieth Century Club witt
hold an important meeting at the resi-
dence of Mrs.. i. P. Hay at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. All members are
urged to be present. MRs. N. W. Lrr-
rMuBWt,, Pres; MS. B. GIxAWn,
Ree. See.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hill left yester-
day for Winston, N. C., where they
will soend the summer. Mr. Hill will
look after his life insurance buoines
in that section during the next few
months, thus combining business with
Mrs. R. P. MeCuen of Savannah,
who has been in the city for the past
few days as the guest of relatives, the
family of Mrs. T. E. Tomkies, depart-
ed yesterday for Fairfield. where she
will spend several days as the guest of
her brother, M. L. Payne.
Ed. Western, a young man well
known in this eity who formerly made
this place his home, but who now has
headquarters at Daytona, was in the
eity yesterday. Mr. Western is now
engaged in the life insurance business
and is doing well. His many friends
will be glad to hear of his success.
Chas. F. Cogswell, Tallahassee; H.
P. Stewart, Stewart. L. & N. R.R.;
W. A. Battle, Birmingham, Ala.: Si-
mon Miller, Savannah ; A. T. Martin,
Maeon, Ga.; E. 0. Futebh, B. L. String-
fellow, Jacksonville; J. B. Pate, Val-
dost, a.; T. J. Long, Cincinnati; 0.
A. Morgan, Luther; C. P. Duncan. St.
Louis, were registered at the Brown
House yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Arnold of East
Gainesville left yesterday for Cedar
Key where tCoy will spend some time
during the heated term. Mrs. Arnold is
a frequent contributor to The Boston
Glbbe over the nom de plume of
."March 4." They have been residents
of Gaiesville for the past two years.

on band which will be closed out in coming here from Boston, and are well
lowt of 1000 o mo at 1 per i,00. pleased with the city and surrounding
arrage.a Il dray for delivery 4af eotntry.
passengers and a e toany part of The friends of Jesse H. Goe. who
t ity K. K. erro. 'Phone 179, has been a resident 9f Chicago for
G B.- Bethea of Jennings Lake paid several years past, will 'be pleased to
GaIlesvile a business visit yesterday. learn that he is doing well in the
Mr. Bethes is an extensive farmer of Windy City, where he is engaged in
the life insurance business, represent.
MM Wo Steekert and children ing the Prudential Insurance Com-
eyesteyday for Pablo Beaeb, where pany of America. As a special agent
he willpend several weeks enjoy- for the company he has been one of
hig the ocean breeze. the most successful in Chicago, having
Ma rshl Harwe.llof High 8 recently won a week's outing to New
Manal Harwellof Heigh Sping Yoik at the expense of the company
was in I own yesterday. Het is still for writing the most insurance during
tomewhe past five months. He has also been
denthe satained 50e tieago. promoted so th, position -of assistant
For Sale-Two-horse canopy top superintendent.
udebaJer baggy, I; also two-horse wagon. $25 Ap- a
ply Henry Ramsey, Gainesville, Fla.
Cantalbpe or pineapple eates Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1, 1899.
Cailoud iot wil be furnished on short Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.--Dear
not-e. Prices quoted on application. Sir: During the past year we have
HatingOasteWorss, Hatings F I [sold over twenty-four dozen "Hail'
John H. Carter, the popular condoc- Great Discovery" for kidney and biad.
tor on the G&ianville and Gulf. is der troubles, and during that time
sking a n mueh needd es e vet have received no complaint
ye steday in Gai.Bvil.-wihhis many G. Yours Arespetfuly.
G. Vis AxTwzRP Lt So
IadleS' eaUling eards, gentlemen's A Texas Wonder.
card, bsine eards, and any other One small bottle of the Texas Won-
kind of cards ed in the latest 4er, Hall'. Great Dicovery, cures all
this and the price is kidney and bladder troubles, removes
oblgravel, cures diabetes. seminal emwi-
WiUwia Miller of Jenonins Lake ons. weak and lame backs, rheuma-
was in the city yesterday for a few .ms ad all irregularities of the kid-
ours ona busi~Me. Me. Miller is on. aeys lad bladder in both men and
of thae prosperous farmers in te women, resuates bladder troubles in
s.-i- h. ildret-n. If not sold by ywr druggist,
jennigsle se n. wiRBewaeamtbgy a"il an woeit of .
-sRoy Desha will leave, today for jO.. small bottle is two months' treat-
Juadem.T wherst-h. twill s mr^ ment and seldom fails so perfect a
..hee. at that plus. for -e mr.ue sr. net W o .iall..s.a a" .n.
- i :--e;, : 0c--rP.O. box J,3t. ouis o
s M asr.is wa witho P b a d by
a as-tleftoli:

Mm. W. i. Wit-,. and daughter,
W : A,-' i-all
Ralei, are visiut rsttives at Hhg
.olWt, ,
aiss, large, wf l farished rooms o
rea&-aalloek mxt tosqnaie. Applysti

04C J.B. Wilis,ooe ofr se lesAlug

I*rday on legal business.
There was a grand old pieni. at
Fairbatk yesterday. Cisissest of
Gainesville. Waldo., Stare sad scy-
eral other towns were i stteadaoe.
There was plenty of dancing ad tesher
ea ~C5 : E

Awl%" "4 0avipm i e
i wetwech -ati
Many peop- havdeasb sptis
.t Us feri iadmsstry eassid h yt
.ah ftfu, two miles ee of els ptehs-

whisk are hsiax uhippsd to. lpeai
t ae enitd tae-anl 046Oa bu
an taloupu *Bd watermelem acOme

peehes, which a equal to any 0ow4
in the world. Their orehard kiwe is
oaly two yeas old, bt has oie wom
100 on of peaeb. They have b eeut

Cheap rates to Whbite Springs ad s up n t, and- wi ts
return via G & G0 Railway. Daily IThe& peaking h sed ab. a
limit, l4days.8 Week en, going tg
at s. and Sudays, r~eatr -:on the J. &8-W. R.R. Atsthspla
Saturday vad' Sndays. retauring,
Mondays following, $2.50. Leave theyr empig a great ma7 grit-
Gainerville:4 a. m..:15 p. m. Sa boys well as aanmberof men
day excursion only one dollar. Leave l e ai of .aalo and
Gainesville 8 :4i a. m. Nine hoonur a watemelos were ost for wa of I-
springs and back same day J. F bor to handle them.
HtLL, agent. hd te
Miss Gertrude Westgaard tendered Was Wasting Asay.
a telegraph party to a few friends The following .letter from Robert K
Wednesday night in hoser of her Watts of Salem, Mo.. is instructive
guests, Miss Sadie Mullen and Miss "*I have been troubled with kidney dia-
Nellie Corp-w of Melrose. The oees- ease for the las' five years. I lost
sion was a most enjoyable one, some tfleth and never felt well. i-oetered
of the guests proving adept. in send- with leading physicians and tried all
ing and answering telegrams. The remedies suggested without relief. Fii
prizes, two elegant pictures, were won nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
by Miss Nellie Corpew and Kate- less than two bottles completely cored
Evans. Dainty refreshments were me and I am now sound and well"
served during the evening. Sold by J. W. McCollum & Co.



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Jews B. Burt city editor of The - .....tI --
Son, returned last night from a bui-
ness trip to Miesnopy and other .
points in that section. A
N. Eisenberg, the gentlemanly rep. II Vf
resentative of G. Eckstein & Co.. I
wholesale dry goods and not itnsi. Sa-
vaunah,- Ga, was at the Brown House -
Our iron-elad L.uor contract is in I
great demand among all emploners of i i____i_ _
labor. Price 3c. each for less than 50,
or $2 per 100. Send cash with order. W
Address The-Sun.'Gainesville. Fla. tf -.
Mrs. 3. F McKinstry, Sr., and
daughter Miss Belle MeKinstry, Miv __
Janie MeCall, Mrs. Kennedy-and
daughter, Miss Corunelia Kennedy, have _
gone to Worthington Springs for

11. A. Thonma wife and daughter.
.ee-' oheing. an auger.
Reeta, were in town yesterday from Because the goods offered ere i ieb tt
Bell. Mrs. Thomas will remain for styles strity p-todat aid a hl ts-
some time in order to receive medical O go fOr p r an i
treatment at the Odd Fellows' Sani- n 0t S3 frprever n -
tarium, where it is hoped she will soon te nev
regain her health.

Water Notice.
To city water consumers: Your
water rent for quarter ending Septem-
ber 80th, 1904, is now due and payable
at this office. If not paid on or before
July 10th, 1904, your water supply
will, without further notice, be dis-
continued. Fee for turning on again
$1. By order of City Council."
J3.M PELL. .
City Clerk and Treasurer.
Gainestille. Fla., July Mt, 1904.

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Beinnimn JUV 4ti, some of the -foo^t
Values in Wash Fiabrei Idv-to- ar G
ments. Millinery, Etc, ever pI~ ond s .'- v
be offered a 'The Big Stor" for tIle v ing
week. It will be buying July 2oo at tob
prices. If you fail to take advantage of .ich i
offers you are doing yourself a4d yOEr poct-
book an injustice.

With one of the oth large s aed imise of Tr eand
Bag ever brought to GaineWs3lle,^ wee I4 t i
ar goingaway. I i l 1 " I I ... '-

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