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 16, 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: VID02225
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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eirni FLOBIBAl SATURDAY, JLY I i5 .l5 1904 T
I I ]M __y

StubbeSrn Rmaecs. -
'New Chwamng July l.S-.oo- -(De-
haed In 1ransMAlstSoB.)-lt Is report-
.d4 that the Japanese troops advancing
on Kal Chou have entrenched and
are awaiting reinforcements. Heavy
ijrug is heard day and night proving
that the Russians are making a stub-
born resistance. Russian officers who
come into New Chwang frequently
from Ta T he Klso say the place is

W& L Puebstrg,] Jult IS^--uuter yes. well fortified. There a only a few
i aahe -.e et ea--t at soldiers here. The gunboat Sivoutch
e -a_-, whose t-t ereom Is still- in the river Liao. and it is
Save been .aervatie and ml reported she wQi resist should the
amb'aces the reception there Japanese attempt to take New
Bo-B-I ews of the tbrliiant re. Chwang. Her officers and crew say
f- the Japanese assault upon- that they will never surrender.
tAthr, wth lesof 30,000 men Last night two Japanese scouts, dreas.
a rrespodeAnt says whole uas ed as Chinese rode on horseback
S-a t th- e ay were blown up -wth through the city. Ships now enter
-miaes a- Adds that the Rssin te port without being searched out'
I K were 18- and that Mjor side,: butthere is still a strict ea
at-l V&k pursued the Japanese to the sorshlp maintained at the telegraph
:e ps -: .-. station at --Y Kow.
Te e sp entrrp t s te reports Bndits an -low ciass continentals
awI eaoing general rejoicing d con-.. re corning here in the expectation of
gathering plunder In thie interim be-
-t I beloved that General Oka win tw tween e expected evacuation by the
aw r-etreaW to the sth. -It Is po- RAussian and the occupation by the
a te that the correspondent is con- Japanese.
foIing Major General Polk's pursuIt
with the attack made by him on July Japs Occupy Yin Kew.
StheWJapanese right fank, when he Toklo, July 14.-4:30 p. m.-It is
was also reported to hare driven back reported that Yin Kow has been oec-_
the uemy to Nan Ga pass." pied by the Japs without any resis-
?he poplar I iaion in St. Peters tance upon the part of the Russian
b- over the report_ great d~t troops.
ot the Japanese before Port Arthur
s being chiled by the failure to clear SOLDIERS ON RAMPAGE.
up the sowee of reports. While eager..
ly expressing hope for diret official Great Neck, L. 1 Given Taste of Early
comrbtion of the news. the paper's Frontier Life.
:con -el acceptance with reserve. New York, July 15.-Armed with
-- revolvers, twenty artillery men said
Jap' Disaster N-ot Doubted. to be from Fort Totten. Willets Point.
-St. Petersburg" July 14-(1:55 p. hard given the summer residents In
General state, although t has no the neighborhood of Great Neck, L. 1..
u-rther news u p to the-presenthotrof a taste of early life on the frontiers.
e reported Japanese disaster at Por After spending some time about the
Arther, maintain that there Is no rea. saloons which they visited on leave
s- obt the act that theJapane of absence from the post they began
.ave suffered a substantial repulse, to shoot out street Iamps and nall
jointing out that t is signiant if- took possession of five summer hotels
the report is untrue that no deal has' along the shore, front
ee Issued from Toko. which did not The guests were drien ,to their
-hetate to deny Ahe Ruslan reports rooms. -where they barricaded the
f the -lo"s of the battleship Shikishl doors. Mirrors, glasses and bottles
a- -ad the atrocity stories.. Experts behind the bars were made targets.
who- have earefully studied the Jap- One proprietor who remonstrated was
-aese methods are not surprised that -boned and thrust into a closet.
they shtoul attempt to storm without After amusing themselves for a time
a preliminary bombardment, the chief_ the men started for the dock. 2 miles
-wba-ck of a bombardment being away. The road was lighted up all
that it warns the garrison ~t the way by electric lamps. Not one
what tiscoining. The experts sayliht was left unroken.
-the Japanese may have hoped to take A posse of citizens started in pur-
the fortress by surprise, giving up the .suit, but the soldiers reached their
oiabordment after Rear Admiral Wit! boats first and escaped.
boft's squadron went out on Saturday, 4
an, lantled their stlge batteries. TWO DIE ON GALLOWS.
An offi er who has just returned
here from the front said to the qor. Couple of Negroes Pay Death Penalty
respondent of the Associated Press at Pittsburg, Pa. "
that the' terrible losses reported to Pltsbur. July 15.-John Johnsoa
ave been sustained by the besiegers and rank Owsley. both negroes. were
of Port Aurthur were not unlikely in hanged today for the murder of James
view of the extraordinary. almost f-. IDoanelly, a Herron HiU] grocer. an
tIcal determination of the-Japanese, the night of last New Year's eve, in
S verhea1tating before the most ter, the presence of his daughter au
. i .ble chances. Some of the forts at aged father-in4aw.
Port Arthur are preceded by dltehes The two negroes entered the store
foU and five fathoms deep hewn out together and Johnston asked Miss
of solad rock- Whole regfamnts could Donnelly fur a loaf of bread, whaie
-easily be egulfed In these chasms. Owsley walkei towards the money
The rumors emanating from St. P- drawer. Miiss Donunelly called to her
te rabrg that Port Arthur has fallen father, who started towards Ows'ey
:aroused only smiles from the Rts- and as he did so he was shot by
alan officers. Johnston. the ,uIlet passing through
SIt is not improbable that fightingis his heart.
o-w progressing at Ta Tehe. Kiao. as Johnston confessed to committing
SBassilan advices- show that the Jap. four other murders about eight years

neIse were within a few miles of that
:place, coming up i ttwo columns from
the Seast op the Sai Ten roads.. The.
Axtent of the Russian resistance wil
probably be determined by the charace
of- General Kuroki's and Genersa
_Iedan's advances of Hal Cheng. A'
iBrgi force of Japanese within strik-
BaE distance of Hal Cheng would ren-
A It mjpoble for the Ruasian cowm-
der inahef t6 remain at Ta Ten
i wincbleh event there will be a
atSRaifChBemgthe result of which
bl-e mch more I~portat than the
Seagement at Io Cha.
7finsmral ata de that '

ago in West Virginia and Georgia, ne
victims being tramp companions who;
nhad small sums of money Johnston

:Knoxville, Tenn.; July 15.-The
trustees of the University of Tennes-
see wl meet again July at which
time the matter of the selection of a
president, to succeft Dr. Charles W.
Dabney, on September 1. will again,
e taken up. The names ot Dr. ,. j
I. Whitsltt, of Richmond, Va.: L,
Charges W. Kent, of the University ,
At Vitsigala, nd Professor A. A
va", at I41taeili. ar eilean mention-

e Va.eft .itedft BbB

'IT R# rt REJou tof
4ia~ atC@ Capital
Quarius fteportel Great Defeat of
ille Japnum Ini Attack ea Port Ar.

Fax Esst.
The cuirass is a pliable breastpLiA
welgh!ng aout tine pound. meeawi:
a little let than one-half imIh 10
thickness arn capable of resistin
Death of Millienaire.
Franklin. Pa.. July 15.-Samuel
Plummer McCalmcnt, one of the
wealthiest 6if producers In this sec
tion and one of tie organizers of the
Republican party- and later of tb* Prr.
hibition party'2.d--4 at his home .here
Last sigbt. He had been aiing te-r
te- at weeks. IMr. Wc- al tas
S-_ a- _.1.-a waS 71

AT_ IAUkABl lUgl,

gtling eowet oat s W
ml Sakharet reports hat Jap. I
* -ir advancing July 12 to- .
le New Chwang encoumtered us-
.cavalry and that slight sklrmish

Death Former esi t of ta
vaU RBerm.


Pending Transportation bf the Re
mains to South Africa Temporary
Intermenit Will Be Md at Clar'
ens, Switzerland.
Ciareus, Switzerland, July l,.---Panl
Kruger, former president of the i'rans-
vaaI Republic, died here 3 o'clock
this morning. from pneumakta and so-
pervening heart weakness.
Mr. Kruger lost consckouaness Mon.
day. His daughter and son-in-law
were with- him at the time of his
death. He had been out -xlty once
since his arrival here, at the begin-
ning of last month.
The ex-president's to* was ema-
balmed and this afternoon the remains
will be placed In a vault pending tu-
neral arrangements. Application will
be made to the British- iovernmest-
for authority to transport the remains
to the Transvaal.
in the meantime they will 'e tempo-
rariy Interred here.
Mr. Kruger, who was staying at the
VlIla du Boichet, had been gradually
failing for a long time. Aut he was
able to atend to affairs, read the news.
papers and receive visitor -until tMt-
urday. A change for the worse
set in on Sunday. fle ecame aun-
conscious Monday and remained so
until his death. Besides the Flets.
Mr. Kruger was attended by as own
physical. Dr. Hleymanw, aut' by .ar
seent L-. IMr. RedeL
Ou several occasion Mr. Kruger had
expressed a desire to be buried beside
his wife, in his own country.

Kruger's Death Regretted.
Paris. July 15.-The death of the
ex-pre.ident of the Transvaal. Pan
Kruger. at Clarens, Switzerlapd. has
aroused d widespread regret here. owing
to French sympathy -or the tlo.r cause
and personal admiration for the ex-
president. When he recently left
Mentone. his health was gradually
failing through old age. constitutional
disorders and throat trouble, which
threatened to extend to the lungs.
However. his personal physician, Dr.i
TIeyman, did not apprehend ecri-
sis. and Mr. Kruagr himself resisted
the id-a that his physical powers
were failing. He had arranged to re-
turn to Mer. ne next fall, re-leasing
the pictures.~te villa which he had oc-
cunpked- n thle outskirts of the town.
Nevertheless. ~~'i near friends recog-
nized that %r. Kruger's once rugged
cons~4tutitn was gradually going to
pieces. Visitors described him as be-
ing a pathetic figure of calm endur-
ance. His eyesight was dimmed,
but he sat much at times with his
Bible open before him. muttering well
known passages. HIe avoided refer-
ences th the Boer war, but when it
was occasionally mentioned, he show.
ed no resentment and expressed the
belief that providence would eventu-
ally render j st.ce to the Boer cause.


Breastpltte Arior for Russian So
eoers Ordered.
New Yor.. 1'v 15.-The Russian
gov-rnm.- :.. ordered io. 0,0
br' a.tla;'. ."a a local company en-
gs:axl iii t-. manufacturer of curasay,
says a Ilra:d d~ipatcho from Milan.
Italy. T- arp said to o in-'-tined
for u.e bv *he ?..',ian forces i ie


Lena Hipelius. 14 years old.
Walter Cerringer.
The picnle was the annual outing oft
the members of Doremus.

Storm L.oos $100000.
Portland. Ore.. July 15.---elatd re-.
ports of the losses caused by the heavy
storms during the first part of thej
week in various parts or the state now
show that the damage will amount to

-pd Beet Sftrs N Seem

*Poalm RePEACE ",- t Mtalm

the Whole Coantry.

WneOWn Ass '
Oyster Day. L-. 1., Jly 15.-After
S allop ver the fle ftInA te v
ealty of Sagaaore Hill today, ands a
phalee n the bay President Roose-
-et devoted several bours to work
oa o-ficlat business in his: UUWry. He
was Joed about 11 o'doca by See-
rotary Loeb. who presented for his
woasideratioa a mass of correpo-

The president is keeping in lose
toch with departmental affairs
Washington.- Indeed, his daily roa-
.time of attention to governmental
matters does not differ essentially
fro that in Washington. A direct
telephone wire from the ezecutive-
.offce here to the White House en-
ables him lastantly to comunicate at
aay time with the members of his
cabinet and other officials with whom
he transacts business persnally.
Last night the president and his
family werearoused by the explosion
of a big gasoline launch at the dock
of the Seawanhaka-Corinthian fachtt
club on Genter island, just opposite
The president is a senior member
of the club and was concerned lest
the accident should have resulted in
fatalities. It was said at the club
house today that S. Gillelpie,. of
Stamford. Conn., the owner of the
launch, who was seriously injured by
the explosion, is out of danger.
The president received several ealls
rom -personal and political friends to-
day. Among the visitors were Jas.
ILK SheffielL of New York: ire com-
missioner under Mayor Low's admin-
Istration: Justin McCarthy. of tBrook-
lya. auAthor and writer; M. A.- Gunst.
police commissioner of San Pranciseb.
and Rev. Father -.Meloae. of Denver,
olo.. whom tbh- pretIdent mzt on has
western trip last year.


Judge Parker Bus y. Receiving and
Answering Letters.
Esopus. N.-Y.. July 15.-nTe expect-
ed visit of state Senator Patrick H.
McCarren to Judge Parker was the
only item of interest at .Ro-eomunt
today beyond the installati;a of aO
telegraph operator in the newly ar-
ranged office at the iogge beside the
gate. The real work in the new of-
Bee will not begin there before next
week, the Judge's correspondence still
being carried on in his law library an
his house.
There were nearly 400 letters in the
early mail and the judge went briskly
through them. A very large output
of letters was the result.


Eighteen Person Kied on Chicago
and Eastern Illinois.
Chicago. July 15.--49hteen people
were killed and 8 i nj ed last nalght
in a collision on the Chimago and East-
ern Illinols railroad t Glenwood, 25
miles south of this city.
The collision occurred between a pic-
aice train from this cIty, which was
returning from Momence, ills., and a
freight train. Into the rear end of
which it dashed at a high rate of
The dead are:
Mrs. Cerringer.
Miss Cerringer.
Carl Stewart, 17 years old.
Mrs. Ellen Landers.
Mrs. Emma Palmer, daughter of
Mrs. Landers.

Icilow _
Sime the last report wr correpoa
dents Inform us that rTalaare msal-
en ain alst every adaaik of the
state. In some aectflaa there i fear
of too much moisture, wid-hiwon :
C23s,1 the plant to grow a OnUtpt
fa-. and fall to take a on Mlpet tr ait.
The crop is sl two weeks '*s ita-
generally speaking Is a it e canfil
tion, with bright prospects for a e _
yield. : -
-,l"rn is ee in almost every seett.a

an are now being s ipped t aortha.
western and eastern markets iA sa e-
quantities. There l& great mntW*t
being manifested in pe t eli man a-:
Alasama, and the time is not far dia.
tant when our state wil be Ae of the
greatest fruit growing section -
-The yield of hay a been i:ght
on account of lack of rain duamI t 1
i ring months. but it is now t r
At a rapid rate. Alfalfa is de atctae.
wherever planted-
"All minor erops are doing 'wel.'
Decline NomnbMtM -.
3teubenvlle. 0.. July IS.-4.EL Tim
berlake. of Steubenville. who wash now
mated by thie Deocrats for cogresma
in the sixth Ohio irictW M se-t a
letter declining the cuiatisa sa4
states that he will anot ,mlt Pari.
er. wbo, he tehinks b. a- the hct :
of the trst." .

French National Holiday Detoit Mi ly i.- e
Paris July 15.-The ftreach astsonalofeaiy ai
holiday is betng elebrated in the of t coatry are satsmatt itm rwn
usual manner. sness is em _
ooethe bourre-le domsed san that tiona asmastt
-Revatedsas, are 'a 'wa "I
| ^ . Iffl^ ^ .^^^-off@ worlt~

tChicago, July 15.-The sW t o i-
ward peace between .-soa M
packing houses and th-eir iM- --
ing eImployes was taken .to..., W. -
President Michael Dlael, of
Amalgamated Meat Catters -t
era Union of North Amisaw- te. S -
conference with represetawa d v
packing houses in which tte WtlI .
was called. There are bdubatau -
that the conference will ow e ae wyM
for a settlement of the trase, a -
kangation of which woealm id s
-ag inconvenience to the p. be. Dam.
sides are min favor of a -emo" "
tlement upon an eqalta-he kl, s
it is believed that a- arrWxn e
will tbe made for the sa tIiL
to work, pending an adjimM 1 f V
the differences by arbitrattBs. -
That this maser of at. E
be accepted by bloth u- id" a- l
probable. J. O .M A imohe il
employers. a"nd Miael B yag l l
the workers, ha"- ...a.. Fla: iet-
they favor ar t'ibe hf t
the Bunion. ii-a unacl wth 'raMsU
SamaelGompers, eof the A r1a ft&
eration of Labor, was adviled toili9
terms at ones if he could eos whot 4
he deemed fair cnaeraltaR.
It is understood thatIn la e h
ence today the utAoa leaIeUs wg ti-
sslat that all strikers be .I* jPft
Another point on whbeh the hler a
will. ay great stres will. be tat .
wage scale for ea cla- t a w -:
In thepaeClag plas i gr peed h -
This brings up one of the "migin"-
frences. The packers he
ed that a"f -straet a -il---
Incluhde the a-mskillea wa m .


Fiqe Yiel Vr Cotton PrMlemi bdlaSt n
Ste of a" f .
Mostggery, Ala. ,3W*-. 1Ap
July crop report l*ned by the atrl
department of agriemlture saym the
cotton crop is na fte edlkion, wIt
piendid osecta. The f tes

SLena Palmer, daughter of
Palmer and granddaughter of

- -7 .



Wten i vres.

Si -sobe -o- dsa-et, was

UN f i n6 or.
SI Ta e ine a" d i for fe-

.--_ 'i .f s._.e T. o e..at
S-i s r E in-ualrd e

| Ta A.euseOsIlson ha plmed apoto
| S he-ad t ste present year about
tyt--iMmd -er eo!f land helareto-
ft krtaz and retadeemed
e- te is ea sd. He has performedh
l *dStyJ *reatditable meaner, which

S iii sneJa!d to the fia:eaal benefit of
^ : t: o .eo Theo ree in valuation
Spa1operty w1ibalso result In s the
eauat eoa ineg a larger proportion
Tls*inmeasnt of railroad property
i htehe eenaty, as returned by Ooaap.
I er toom, is over one hndrsed
optieass-ad nla r. ;
SIhrWteen.Year.Old Boy Stays Woman,

: -"Floyd, in Lowery district a this coan-
ty. was Illed by Malcolm Currfe. the
-year-old scn of Mrs. EClmina Currie.
Csrld shot Mors. Floyd tix gr seven
times and thun shot Mrs. Thomas
Ci rrie, his -sster4n-law. in the side.
inflictetg a serious wound, but not nee.

S The row started by Mrs. Ctrrie de
d- -avoring to get her child, which,
of er son, Thomas Crrie wo mar-.

|i-- t is said that Mrs. F1oyd tarted
toward Mrs. Currie with a knife, when
the boy Jegan shooting killing her
No arrests have been made. athougn
it Is said that warrants will be sworn
out tor Mrs. Currie and Mealcoln Cur

If teS Baby is Cutting Teet
SBe sore and use that old and well-

|L soothes the child, softens the guroms,
a layk all p"ai, eares wind colic and is
the bet remedy for diarrhoea. Twen.
syfve aents a bottle. ,
.: Abe f t f io e a*s the sh ee
la the National Geographic Maga-
sai is an interesting story of the deep
ean explorations of the steaner Al-
batraMs, under the direction of the
United States bureau of fisheries.
While-carrying on her work the Alba-
mtes has made more thaa 10,000 sound-
1tgs and more than 4,000 dredgings.
ent T e Th e g greatest dept h c the
Awhatross has secured any life was
a1CT fathores This was In the south

edge of the gulf stream off Vilrgla.
The deepest unending made m at We-

tai 40, ear Gom where the or-
- s deB- pth of n-ar.y ve sad ;a -alt

ay w and was by the t"a.lted
-tr Nero while em th Hems.
E..ik estlbeoserNv, w46 1atl

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Me.wV. Lay.

O of Chrito
B i

Sold by AR Druggists.

Officer and Crew of Vessel Fooled in
Mobile. Ala.. July 15.-What the of-
Seers and crew thought to be a valu-
able cargo of guano was found to be
utterly worthless upon the arrival here
of the schooner Flora Morang from
Saranilla 'Key.
The schooner brought 280 tons of
guano which was thought to be wort5i
from $30 to $40-a ton. but owing to
the absence of the necessary percent-
age of phosphate, it is absolutely
Saranilla Key is a small Island, half
a mile long and a quarter of a mile
wide, southwest of Jamaica. It is a
United States possessions owned by
New York capitalists.
Fanatics Begin Journey.
Winnipeg. July, 5--Destitution and
death for the Doukhobors is fed -r
again, as most of the sect have start-
ed on another march in search of th"
Redeemer, and refuse all as.itancc.
Most of the women and children ate
even now destitute of clothing, except
a few rags. and It is feared that urI-
less the journey can be stopped :1-2
mediately, many will die.
With its companions, heartburn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con-
stipation, palpitation of the heart,-
poor blood, headache and other ner-
vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive Lreath and a legion
of other ailments, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
among the American people. The
Herbinetreatment will cure all these
troubles. 50e bottle. Sold by W. M.
The Beautiful St. Johns River.
One of the pleasures of travel in
Florida at this time of the year is a
trip on the St. Johns river between
Jacksonville and Sanford. The Clyde
Line is running a strictly first-elass
service and its patrons are well
pleased.. The ra:e in each direction
between Jacksonville and Sanford is
only P8.75, including meals and state-
room berth, and is certainly very
cheap. Steamers leave Jacksonville
Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursday. at
8:*0 p. m., and are due in Sanford
about 9 o'eloek the next morning;
leave Sanford, returning to Jackpon-
ville, at 8-:30 m. Mondays. Wednes-
days and Fridays, due in Jacksonville
2 o'clock the following morning. Pas-
senger may retain staterooms, get-
ting up at their pleasure.
If you wish a cool and pleasant trip,
with plenty of good things to eat and
staermom aesommodations, our advice
ia., take a trip on the beautiful St.
Johns riwvr. F. M. IxoxuoNGa.

Ca found bssex a-e a -ststf
Japan she oeferd (500 sh per SA
:o~t *~5 5~1 .-li3 et -A
great ailes gun posters ate tised.
ot bought. nd when ae figtt is eon it
is too late for anstration.
.ow does a maAD become an expert
tra is ane st enough w ut a cer-
tain amount of natural One
days' drill in the turrets elimInates all
except the fairly promising For the
talent of eye and serve which makes
the born gun pointer the government
pays from $ 1 to $10 a month in addi-
tion to the reguar pay. This premium
is not confined to any race, reed or
6.or. On one vessel in the navy one
Of the gunpointers is a negro.
Selecting gnh pointers is one of tte
most important duties In the navy.
having selected the men for poiant-
&Ms. the next step Is to tran lte.
Two methods are now in vogue, both
having the same principle. but differ-
Ing an detail. In the old days of sails
and smoothbore guns the invariable
rule, and the only role the gmn cap-
tains knew. was this: "Fire at the top
of the downward roll Just as the ship
begins to roll toward the target and
aim at the enemy's water lne." Tisa
rule lasted far into the age of steam
and turret guns and has only recently
beets supplanted by "'ontinuous aim
fringe or the alrt of keeping a -gun
trained on the target regardless of the
oscillations of the vessel during the
whole or a portion of the roll.
The -:uhetix for trainiz~g men by the
new system -by the use of a "dotter"-
was devised by Captain Percy Scott
of the British navy. The dotter is d
mechanical devicewhich cause a small
target to move cross the face of a
gin with a combined vertical and baor-
izUntal notion. The gun pointer must
m. ke the gun follow the target, and
whenever the sights are on the bulls-
eye he presses a button. This causes
a iencil to dirt the target. That is his
slut4. The otl~er method of instruction
Is with the Morris tube, which con-
ssists of a small gallery rifle fitted on
the gun to take the place of the dot-
ter's F'Wil.
So proficlent have the blueJackets
become in handling the turret guns
that in actual target practice on board
the Alabama a thirteen Inch gun Is
loaded and fired in thirty-eight sec-
onds. Two kinds of target practice
are employed now in all navies, one In
which the target Is stationary and the
ships moving, the other in which both
ship and target are moving.

Night Was Her Terror
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. O as. Applegate of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a bloek I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$t bottles of Dr. King'. .ew Diseov-
ery wholly eured me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to sure eoughs, colds, lahrippe, bron-
chitis and all throat and lungtroubles.
Price0e eand $1. 1rial bottles free at
all drug stores.
(ome F or a l'iccnaa=.
Judge Mor.san .L; tiin4r of the mu-
preme court f New York state tells
an amusing .twry of two boys who
went to confe.sion after having re-
malned away for many years.
The one who went into the box first
remained there for a long while. Fi-
nally the little door opened and the
priest came out. It was a sultry after-
noon, and he walked down the aisle

to the doorway to get a breath of fresh
As le did so the boy in the confes-
shonal poked his head out, and with an
al.aruing look iminiri-I of- his frin-w
Who was in the pew. :WL'b-'e h.is he
"I dom't know." repl.I tlh~ other
"where do yu think h'> gin:'"
"'Well." wa:s ht.i n-j.,u 1 ihorOugh'ly

cop .New T

Cured of Itching PH.es
W. R. F ait, a merchant of Orchard,
la., writes: "1 hall been greatly trou--
bled with itching piles for several
years and tried many so-ealled pile
eures without relief, but was couplese-
ly "ored y 'Banner Salve. It ia the
bestp-e eme." Sold by J. W. M3C-
Iu Ai 4Co.

Doctors"-B' -_l. -. ,. .a. .

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Jacksonvllle and New or2- I
Calling at CHARLESTON, C., way.

Clyde New Englaand nd outhern Lines I
Direct Servioe Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTO sad
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern fit s ,
Calling at Obarlestm b oth ways.
S liM !wt f A r.Tgr
outhboud .................F fmxLewimadWh,-A0 )om16"
Northbound.................Fr .o.ofCaberneb a.,Jv

Clv&e SL Johns iver I Jne I
Between JJLACcoNVILLi and SA PoORD .
Stopping at Palatha, Astor, St Franacia. eBerfrd (DeLad) and tWeummlaKa
Landings on St. Johnas Rivwer
Lesves Jacksonville 8 p. mn. Sunday, Tuesdayn and .TIa-da-.
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays ad Fridas .
Is appointed to mil as fo owm:
Bea dow. SCHEDULE .
Leave :O0 pm,...... ............Ja cksorille.... . .....Arui Zeus
8.45pm ............... ...... Palate ........... ...
O0 am............... ... ... s ... ..
4-0am. ....................... St. Fr ni ............. L
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W. O. COOPER, Jr.. IPreibt A1eA C. &F, OVM, ft-n ,aSmIf .
I Foot of egam sees. Jaehmew.
A. HAGRTY. 0..Eaft'u Pa. AmtNew York. C
General Manager. 6ener al-et,
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Montgomery and . or De Fer

Round Trip Rates From G-alaes

On se daily. Good till Dec. 2S.

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thmIpial t er. 116 106- W-w
nr,*ejwhett*.as*l&em .. ...
..f..erTW.-ptheira -a- te r a ae %SaS w!S-.i^-S as T71 !7 -i::::/_- '^ ^I--'^-
,, t t r I - ~ -*. - A,- e, al t o-
-ettted loss each yearf theo erA stae e at.ths Mte1

-Bea m wiaeaa U abmoyi o (3fie aaPr -e--s or i; is o * *ac....r
t TveUnwhis A SI t.fhi t -b *)esm I lak.t.
- - - 4" 1 .e 7 M. oa i* -" ---
not$s In 1 RW ob.r Caugh. wa .eebet JUL MO A IN- X 1 L-

SV riag her paet. M. W.o believed n be oe oft e the ne cal edat 1 l
-ialMe.J.T.nlesig. Mr. Flemiag <-ho held up a Northert Pseflc train --a n aB rsea.B -t -. -
sae d s I ne l BeMogth e c..h_ an ^a sti t aW ssno a ,l B8TII3 LW- W

...... yr. m..n.. n m.. m am *i i tilhe n oar, t ip foader arre .t h er e OB id a n ors o-- O .a i -- **... .. -
Swe o 1a l ada be. o State ,O t fo' Affotton to te

li r rner of AexAe ske eve ei of ti 61e r 4 00"esa .g Ia

: s-Ta e a LUR Slat USs in as sA, aad tea n tpon carpet has a tendency Seor oa. Wfe.neO a -A dampAion eItatandlia taz aM. WheB yeie pa -t i - ......
-- ta aeate tSa e voice; gw a la oe Waa_....4-yer of ai a vae tise tu sem o iee Notary p~ie la e

l 'mplyaarte sad nononftting n'aterial o'g wats UTdai r beforeb 'I- Montezuma-:H
G J"o P.ra mir let. s e Wilson-, ta-ein H tp be m e ofb. the n th e a I .
w. fo Dalt lAg ro .he faorthera Pacific tran hL w A .t -
-- a oifn a e -iy- 11s.-. h tearpet and the. apon the bare oor .

p--t--., Mr. B Mr. Mil-on Brown. Ie the latter position the t29.cking ls oOc or APPcCATION LOR TAX nt AC S.-A 4a .T-J 4 .
'- u dm Wmbhonl.-th.-- 'wloauer barreame t he vibrant, ones of hi e r DA Nt xnI 8 OF CAP -t
-" W. ^.t thsoh, pa-.lwr Osha coe--- ated to the inor and boe to N.oe ts hereby ven. t-0t c. t.i oE- O LhIATEREz nt IN A yA A
Rev"ed to have been part or --a onsgn eeema-er oo f a( nAnaily to t ffte to aie isf' .st l
.. L by aOtual c donstact teen tih e nid 0 aerd eee w er m 5.d n l
yhdh be recording agel noted ek nd abote oor A carpet dar7 mtn 4Me aearfor OWe-ed to assette- *r .I.h.... e e a s* t *
X has Psus fiffa b e caue t thence in a .f Mrar e pdctios -ae huernlu g tites. eA 95h

-.....e o r-te p abts es bs. ....treet sty o0 fitcaty tnt. Tn t dbenea hp
bisoe N lT he we a asort ml ce, ta icd is po aUPdible han tedhis cas e e is aTaheseaee as yowoeM to aty J
e te t tr'keattha a rb i omfe degree to e detected when 0 on of sai h msamlatito twohma vses in or liets on or wrAits NoteeMat& eNlsu
fe, Ita t oice head Ander almilar con- U Now- ulee t rScate s aabef e brr AtB i 1 1-r- tm a -

glhe r hew al of ou .t end of Abe J.dieWc fo.Jq %beg--s....
Nuid!~yev.u( t proftetion ad the-. fr, which, nah rus esvtlie 2m the

se edam n. nnocovered, acts as a uth a oS tr A. :: st
w r b ender ed ota t Yo t fnomdte iurProoe,,r u rested rd At-.olou c c.. Pe i -e e V. W -I-

to et to the trai crew that the sw for blow" u t vibrations and ty moa for 86140M
reiefofe- Vhe ellaessaal%.l This si t He refers to Balita DEED UN e3R S .TON s OF cIAPTEB
waeoW ftem- b owo ss 8ctan boletn, sese.Aws oA OVILL, IL T OIAL

t11m whaere hle a op he rre liaea tral tionmeie eirst upon a rug w i Pt 4
rl eAy o" k perifyi Me 1iit aring et- a sad then ua thte batret f or.at ot lA ited h tta

deed that red .he life of BO of. the latter- pition th e tR i n OTCE ar AP LI CATION FOR TAXO nd upL Roms
It 'st behlder. bectid ae the vibratins of DimP 1 tT BCei de- UOMI t 1- 8 CHAP=
i. e*aa Act. the tclt for tat (muoth m on even han Alacu WS otyF FLORida .wt
dmb beat i owt that hman y S andt. no to No ee la herey Kawen At C itonH ONWYCHATRE BAN1 N A H 0
p'ath Wis vei muh Plive.-Fai haon ttet the & arf hofd an the rmoote s>h of 7 SCri.ls d ? e. an finl
the su nedated hh ath eryaof Jh as

uMsw.e 1 ao nel. t t eew i s n so ble n th cne s The e naid landbeing eine at the date of an -b" ____

to, Me C m it, W I OR colrocto o ttseordiag to law.tax deed wil isue nflxvoe

Sh5fsh stsadwsI dtouta. _____l____i_ d o the 15th dug of Awaurst A. D. Jw. R
r Iigaifte p 00 .f noe and Q OJ.uerie. H aC. DEN ON. I
eton 4 Ga July o15,-The ship d ti a e ains ee resIo s nPer- sa nWedes, ft fC
reahnt Rei oftpeaches romI Whe mne an- Se tf i -n Ta. diffe C. B C. l ) .
ty the season ginH be worm a the In Bohemr i ever wagpwarhkere at NOTCS OF APPuCATIOs FORt TAr 0 VUI

vaerla.orb.od ohpe250.anm. The igro whatever tax or are. must have rt DEED UNDER SECTION OF CHAJTEA U
aIsd to,, an tr o ain tool works. L ha 283 t( a ohiet 1The no LAWS OF fl dR oA.f at

S nafo Septeber 0", whe-n tr dpelato o I wnd hir s ,cne wbts. Permisi to Notice M ah tio a A

at tta vrf ety w1 be about travel o n t aohe at ork must be ta- f tJ I1*2. has e s sertiscate
fedorsed blMy the local attortiet. In lat sade r1 e es he fpoe(nod up Rom with
haad lce a etion est ytae to Aaesd aeared atdar t cn IT 0 ce ad a d ef
a 14e Q quality. The ne eaon se i Tc eartiad be sa e the d et of b.
m bobrethe orsoardiws ha th:u seeym. S .t Se. th**ua 236 W. (y StZ, fAcKSO VIfJ E LORID
Jo-nth. s uUve thetaldesrl a L tes h1 l be deeambred 1 tA ee- da.

SConsumpives Mead DespaaPAl. pI had a terrible ese of tlhe rs zaae of such c t e uteln the x^
r -I sa notea It is ostae When all fo f erk i Aor A. D

by physioacns ha ve been tared by -o ill B a le s Araies Sal e eared F e o. e theeon
le gHoy T L$ M.5 O utesia. Equally rgood. i Clerk Cireblt Court- Adaeu C 5 PIS. At O RD

ealto.- di tioar pains. Only e2rsie at all dr Pgr 4. H. MenemI) af

better nt il US wFoley'th H I oney t fr a i aond A hoe eook s te prenae s -afe $ N P t
sTah. Ip eld e at right fron theefart blood df a mNpaster spo rit, treasured Ap Re oi t9I
Tar. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ft~. Iy helpe meatr right from tthirslod' imw-e prt esrdu

md stopped the spitting of blood and to a life beyond life.-Milton. TO W
pain a my luanw and todayI am sound Industry keeps the body healthy. the ."T...
- andwell. old by J. W. MeCollnm mi d clear, the heart whole and the t U

Jr_ Working Night and Pay. ft
l-- ving They Were Pursued Sprang The hbsie1 and mightiest little A 1 hr ;n -
ato a Creek to Death, thing that ever was made is Dr. King's VUv SOUTH I UlY. W U 1TBDE 8 QU ARE. -
Rose Ore.. July 15i -oplng NO* Life- P'ls. These pills eb.atPe
wth William Ford, a married man. 3U weakness into strength, listlessness Fri Ji 2 Hi
--years of agee Emily Bogard, 16 years into energy, brain-ag into mental
St age, has leaped to death with him power. They're wonderful in build. adm- A OUIte toc f aOt rn Oat, FleeYr, BsMal, C

.- ng party was belUe" to .be Sol by druggi IM aats.
poP them. -_ ---- - With Day Coahes and Pullman-Sleep-..
The gi was a niece of the deputy NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ing Cars. Vmb a at -'
dherWr of this county, and was well D TNDER SECTION -8 OF CHAPTER
opnected. The man w0as a smal B LAWS oF FLORIDA. li M
.mer without means. .Xoiee bhereby glven that J S| Rar .
hastSled sai1 ceiiaemien my 00cc. -ad has
ntds a .Thirty-ay Fast. ade peati fortaI deed to isome I Leave Jacksontille. . 7p. a.
_New York, July 15--IAward X.. TAp qendwe -with aw. Sa Arrive Clmi. .*
a city asionary of Rainfled, N. t~he per ao B Arrive A-g usta. . -di a. i.
.s Jat ended a thirty-d fast .iamW Samslas ~~ side f Teket limited three days in iddi- "
-smppews none the worse for 1M or- T 1. 9- ac es-Maey A Rvi a d- tion to date of sale, good returning on
1.d food be tipped th scales t teiawtal to the Bame go a Monday. July o 5th. s
visuals, and today Tie we wasB c earsiato sal be r d Further detailed informantom wi beI a eNei
Imaat. An .'ge A furnished popn application. t *eufm
te ia of J. A. Wulf"-
c a t. Ditrie S Pa0agr

Tow~- VSam-&,

Aug. e itse sa
ems. 0.r mabu.,Slouwh -
got lk *so sf w"

Of_ -we*bsmsV mi -

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B omer caumr. X Dean et,
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W SeWretaIr oO StaeSY 6
.. A-torer-General.
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i-^ : *: -a* .. -- .

JA. CRosBonDou
Som r of Aeultre.
.- ." L. M I N.

-. .r . Boad COmConer.
O.N L. cM(GAN.
^ sJue Snrem. Court. Six Yas.

lounse Tae reae Coart,
i .S. COCKfr.

~ J ^0. STBEEN.

Wor MeaMessot School Boad
T..A. - .- "
--. B.&r WHES.

The newspaper reading public now-
days looks for something more than
oeoe "e ws" In its journal TIhe
p w base ad tale of ommodities an-
amote the most important events of
egagmypy Ilei. Therefore, the wis
gahelsat tells the peblie what he
wV taosll, and' these is so better
way toeeawey this information than
y aivutimg. T. be same, Ms

S vv py ftm6uat newas* the unm.-

ir ii iasilfstesL. they ases ;ies. t a to epen -i
lasihed tke t. wa other gloomy ia it is to be- so Sr puating the
vi~ew t -t esa the same Ouagi- eslaieal 3eg.
mppeen, ths ete ther Informa-- -
i Is goea tat farmerss ae resting all fhee. k ae iamol m. -
Stheir arse son to speak, at far a Atilel n at laer sbeen bon
moony matter are concered, while ter te nmti te ry a any
omtera asnd manufatuorers are ex ther dis the eo tr y M eve
tremely eautioas." The lrges Job exaeptng the New York distrit. The
bing int eport avery mal Vol- cleeations at Pera for the Seal year
ame of seasonable nt buinesl. Cola ending June 0, 1 08, were W itU-
pon:are reported easy and money is O.6M against $2,41,63 lat year.
plentiful, but railway araff seems to This year's eoeesImas are the largest
grow no better. A railroad o al e- Ina the history of the district. *
plaint that h farmers have spent A iht h t_
money freely for three or four ypers KfT EworcO Rt1
and are able to get ong withthe n- ENT SERM S.
provemen eathey have made for some ser conceit self deceit.
time forward. Sentiment, for the lat Only the weak have time to worry.
six months, has been thatnrd ti t Meditatio h the mo. of character.
ore coming and retrenchmentis a uni- All g t dd have been born of
veMal watchword." Offieers of th dreams.
other Western railroads are quoted in A man's size does not depend on bl
the *ame vein. situation.
Now, with money plentiful and crop There never was greatness without
prospects good and improving, why are gratitude.
the farmers, otrehants and mannfac- Benevolence for business only breeds
turers all "resting on their oars?" Can malevolence.
it be that high trust prices have m- A light heart makes a light hoase in
poverished them and low trust price ai rk world.
for cattle and hop ia reducing their Life is the intt of the past anda th
income? Although there is plenye of ofttire.
Put out the lamp of wor-s a. dyou
money in the b ane ifr the farmer a, d -: f n h -
wants any of it be will have to borrow is the truths we do and not the
gt o ih Pones we Indorse that save u as.
The Democratha] anot be blamed People who are always trying to be
for this decline of the boeq times, for some -one else succeed in being noboed
the Republicans have foil control of at alL-tChicago Tribune.
all departments of Ihe government; -sw ha us o
their prosperity-breeding protective Ronama's Affeetatfom.
tariff has been, and is, i* full blast. Roisseeau lived long on btis fifth Iloor
making the tests richer and the poor in Paris forigtten by the world which
poorer. Seretary Shaw. the financial a ted to dee and from
expert-of this strenuous administra- lotf hin aInd e nned- i
tion,declares that we were never so otarypls te wasimet in anar-
prosperous and that if we are paying row prt of te street by M. de ar-
igh prices for nearly everything we gelnu, driving very fast In his carriage,
buy, we pay it to ourselves and that nd in his attempt to get out of the
ought to make us rich. Is Providence way was pushed down by a large Dan-
deserting the republican party and Ish dog running before the horse. M .
causing people to believe they are e Fargeau immediately stopped his
poor, when we know they are prosper. coca and hastenedtoasst the Per-
usforSecretaryeShawdsays so. But son whom his dog had thus knocked
st caforno ret ryr thaw R0pisu u down but when he saw it was the
that cannot We for the Republican ut es lluy" he renewed
leaders have all assured as, many apologies and attentions.
times and often, that Providence is on The next day he sent to ask afte
their side. Is President Roosevelt to Roussea.
blame? A good many Republicans *Tell your master to chain up his
seem to think so. dog." was the only answer.

In his statement before the later-
State Commeree Commission #Divine 'fl It4 I
Right", Baer declared that the price
of anthraite oal will not be dto Ta Salt R m or Ecwa.-oae of
high so long as. the Reading railroad H ou mean ufstauIns olrf in ,d.
It comes in Itching.burning, losing, dry-
is making less than to nh a y in -nd ad ing patches, on the face, head.
clear. How very convenient It must hw ;i, legs or bfxxy.
be to be abler tb make such a state- It cannot be cured by outward applca-
ment as that. By "divine right" Mr. t ons,-the blood wu'tt e rid of the Im-
Baer sells coal, not at what he can purity to which it ka due.
get for it, but for what he figures he H

ideand, and he has been able to figure Has cred the most persatentI and dlcalt
this way through a combination which cases. Accept no substitute lor 0ood's; no
has been clearly shown to be in re- substitute acts ule it.
straint of trade and a violation of

One of the largest smoke stacks in 8AMMElR~ SALVEt
the United States is now being ballot
at the James 0. Heggie boiler works is t0 &mat healing sl I
at East Joliet. This mammoth stack, the werld. It rws SBreas, Cuts,
whieh will be used by the United 116 asd al SkIs 2Hmes.
States Slnelting Company at Bing- It aitively
bam Janetion, Utah, will weigh, when O
completed. 240,000 pounds. The stack (eR w
will be 250 feet high and have a diam-

eter of 16 feet and six inches. It will &L gi 1b 6iSJ
take about three months to build the : a7S i t h Sa
Si mM In soV .yam, BANNR SALva
stack and six cars will be required in e ds a- .--- pgm ~ ale .
transporting it to Utah. smaug tsm a elss had ll 0 sa

Statistics of the application of the a ANTW PFI@8-. *
Pintseh system of lighting to the rail Sell by J W e N UMm ACe
road ears and locomotives throughout -
the world to May 1, 1904, show that
130,000 ears and 5,900 locomeotives are nsa1 W-S hhoEs5
equipped with this system, in addition
to 1,908 buoys ad beacons. As o .U"U mmirn
many as 372 gas works are in opera. -i aaBCEM. g
tion to manufacture gas for this yI- a mt ilk ,.in W"as.V,
tem of lighting. Germany has 45,200 H & r
-ars and 5,588 engines equipped with Cuar a 1
this system and the United Stoes .
next with 23,00 ca. """"

The locomotives have been rele- i
gated to the rear in speed and endur- I PATE NTU J
ance. Automobiles have proved their

effleieney in long distance racing
against time, keeping up a mile a
miuate clip for more than 3010 miles.
In the recent long distance contest i
Franc,' the speed was fatior than that
made by the faster train in the world
over an equal distance.


K ~ ihowr to sommr fK-4adt Nued
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Rooma lp. (
sale daily Oo
till D
Round Trip. (
sale daily. G6
dxty days.

six s
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Uther tough Atlant ancd tbataota C aaB ASorI^**
Olur oe from F.ria wIthits Oai rat ta tO Su. w Wa ae frn

cawe"mamdB a mese. so e"oxtro sA atIay sm
of WorM't Fan aMm a p a acoxLmIn i t- i-n - --UA-tebe-
tbronmb tth Seipke CruS. lAe Tww. g
Detailed sad valsaMe Jafnrmmtion. u Mpi. feuaua natt i rfii rii tWral~atl Wgi
DIstrict Par-er Aieat, Me West Bay S ~ll eJIN

Tit AUlM


Reveals the News and Factsgoverning
Studies underlying causes of -arket
Reviews, analyze and critics Railrod
and Industrial reports .
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stock and
Records the last sale of nds and the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiries (On-
cerning Investments.
OMe wh dally esm-lt TE WAL SrEET
JOURNAL is better palibi to ta ne-moesy
ast y am- preitalMy and tA advse asut iniA*
meats thn ue who does net.

44 Bread Streot4 Jew !f.- -
$1 aT ear, $1 a a

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Air Line Railway

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, South

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-


Baltimore, Phila-

Two Elegnt Trains daily.

Seaboard Exprss.

Seaboard M .

Only Line Operal
Through P-Imu Se _-.- _a

For full fo aion ad a
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deiphia, New York.

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the A0 a Wetkne ta Ie de0ceasba te sa,'tnia sa I a u0W0 -iM .. I W ea.
M I tce, on fteir av dte lawfront ~m m >--- ^er iec fo a sh"e *L ". ...

-be- evotion to anther s, wm ffect a--l. a .. that .i.d n a i I I s h ra am -r _
rtretme. as a scene I wktnamesed mote fr Aas m ,. Washace S S 44. 7 o0 0hiUo W o
pist1-1otc-a... kynewea not- but t d tis as resh. ato We i: a SSa a-s sle."-.. (. .... er.
raG.Mi r ay sUsnr- as- if I hod seen it yest r a W
A wagln ha d beeto mo ed probably W rIte ; "a d un "t -..> W. ., *e--e. :-- . -
7a twawaraate w hih wa epe by a st tone, and was lyi ng dead a In the -o-General t. 1. ExLr, Wshiagog, taltb nessflIay*Jelfc
t 1 s_ a af the ab t middlgeof the c ravel drin vefront of m bA- t a
in adrthe hose- the ame,_ the Down ounser Ban dflid t n far a ei_ -ba disT1r- m

--m -.emoyW ^es ml th wttbiutl stc log it to t he hurriedw pam dt e ilom who beetf O S^
+ p y s & t e ye 1o rlror thsee- m t tbt le thime f wia t hae+ ] .WeWri : Yarm e.d-.,ers-:"- a. .- h
....... ....Writs.:. Aftw h-.g ebot)1P*

S .. _e Lie Evetr* Paradibse,*'lhee est- o red U -

E"; : :s i ia ame l t *t new^- n_. h not: hat n dh wab s or. :at wints .- I an f lly hlne t-a -. I- bw .t -

....Z.-l- a,- intey ebii i--f 1 A
a o B a teprealelarance the ty he afernonly t darknea Writei: Ik ay tmtiy to the mrrdtula ofy iUer b hIw 11
e fo s ."/ Rore- ea k m ine ou. neut oningi the keptbody had PeuMia1y boft m a -0o1 avRnd m i a Yn ot a es s-iilirkil h irhM -e
S' iwo res lut o dipp to thel d I aw thlo urdv alpvorn AM wnstd.. -ls PI Ta t' e e b -+_le > .C l.lr -
ae treasurer, b lecauseia othe millsa- were A tt M cht. o . .. acalla-note aide called.but_ dalt .-. M
th at tleMtyIrByd cforeer. Btleoy W. cA bandldfr whas one .d- --- 8 M .8J Wr: -ell rai
SfIta ewc eh the w te e otin ea ie it o loe e Writes: CI a .Ptltot b aialte
eida- w le e a 'o -th4e rU*fe'lu,-thot ristewo i fto res the air. e rthin: "Tourtu edimi -o amnas .Io W es
-th t the uh keo dt he tudoanke oin dstraughtraed ae l t ae o 11ev, -tbe-the b-t m Ict for eatsrr2

tS out a ta pidet i mwe toh e ar he lde avel drive and .. MB-o r yke have o a ad n -.- a -

Atbsre S- sioStp ap re tbe ar t o a cndtwrksntoe =ie esn dys ru iallern w ho rtiN II

tuneea wa maee rs. ood g an c^ m e o.- ,.[ et m rh the oid thed rains, bo t Flw eaolin ao r is sios te e "s btn hop. "The fais nI. 1 f believe the aw th- Wstteu X~bl lth~ ~o 0 i eom nrluc a fi s '- fa....-
tr -pse the plant shall over coaO ,y printer was-ri. n I neer ventured Brc-oultdi eye111 Bin A erommday Penoul d foylfowhimastho u.ga h a 41kM i_ e e S .
e r hI stsen uto tusess orpsr to hrm." .Pera te ndedawndr tonia a inae i o p i-
a +--e.---as e ... ths ta e mid k,_e k In traighteran dquickerfn ightS w e afi t ed with eIat hal.-d a wayM0 1 _

kmr ht eetoho poh iastpe ra oensihenht W. Ae. B N Wsanher hadsroon C. a. .t 4th St I TII O 1. c .. es tU,, Wli -es
Sat t and e uy n ur thea 0te r e hard, be t Alg ernon took up the dy f t or e been u d MyodP aool+iwindowi- i

I.Btoyem, to is ve spef neeI t eo s throughout wth t till dress Writes: "I theave st. Pth na in my bytes ly fiea relfor e- faco
S R e- f om Messrse p irogdess-d eu, .N asked one o A on' m a tae p a in reo- r l am ov edoeeemea. i i
.i- b libe- i as to employ resolaeri orn ies. a months. trrhd aw the survivor no e oRhe stomaE h or he require a Utoy rodom endnsa.'--W t oper ea i -- l
p-Mposee tha + itreer s e- th-t w-ata dno lt. ,*ort abtmt where i nini Nof enst ina* y."--Thae- tro, ash- T all<-y, 713 D Ste fu. .e W in A Jlda e e< !
eVille ctton m o ills for. on a3ool.teenth Century. m idt"YD. .-D.C. da el Useg tW .icai.
be refore e. to tse cmpa on -- y he -a n t tn, .asinsl. oe, Da. Wr ites:dalsoei gomrades -ay
e ryed plast anr r.eoe olF on e a m ters W. A.d'you kandow, her's ceead- -t -- -. ir in 3 W h ..--- S-to -ac as- W t-es "
a d teabers ro the husesoy wleo t co; tdng shi mue lberttertha n he ts when Writes, I commendP Peruna to hmo m s o
t case m gtbe ar oe ringsandtoldhisad woar o d tolds e s .. a n, ni l o

S Msr. I Peto, of J]be-.a w ntps.-o -tahMe Into tev e rsa madst oe ]u- THE FRhUIT -AW Vaasfh- IWW.__ : :.
laemifth atry Upo ebalac he at severalnhyearns : eorehe sent ano tarrh- ERY asamot8 Pe. iouI c uew sanda. b g

tag t- an co n --y I n sear"n" t hartle. to my lifer. in my the set and g ooeru" "en d a dL.r--

fed atb retr- a. H e C trour. -- ia o e-on.o exn.laorud the old veterau- f tmor and *Mmhv eu f rhole it sle a r oe Tmos det b eilse witMe |nc -- Dr ;ar
l t e y wM ro e e pr "ay tong lo d n of ds .iant, an d Washpleuto g i tl.I- a :o -oe lt ..4- n d ee E --B.8,I-ia _-I-
ilaN libel bill, emple acco of w tich r f uwonsciously. tperpetrated aslittle joke, of s w used N. n um thetr x. Lamaz, an brti -y

iOnjbfbii-:his ,,Mano mAn -b-t--n--on, D.{ D T Iteb
aet b e W ay o d k bef lat reult John B.
libeltouswas made inStdfth Sia^tb*n Extie. !"IletIt o at tiat," id the:Erwin, Washington, D.C.W ts o wh yiAmy

S-Waasdhjeot t- 4.th ,Mv.n N. W, -ag t-on, D- ------ !---I. --,
-..-lot- If m sti 7r fa Ie'1:beleve the -mrot aOe in
maw t oeb-i an uo pblc, roff e r, FriTinch an (e ri any haw d Ipred t GtaRLLu ..s m

state and countyo n Ricseun lther ard, butoA r t ookup hmets of to the -WTH PRUa u If u 'o '- d -E
.Mp aIoes, to give refe rence tojew j W of. I ta miti h ig hoe sITaeued eru myanv yr i aar eic e
-ate etrans. Hel Introued p"rows ared yo u eand yourItheco etedCst f amily and hav e found itol -l abett e i e Tbeeica wrieat nece m 1r.

i yeterday^ w l.provie a pfen. i gdettng u asked onePo Ite ee Lv M:lav P Mlov A M t yir a
arte setlean e w ereyU heand ghetnoe w h landssi g a bi g rous ldty 0 4n tWpC1W h 1 D t.&.S TAT IONS iI-t.a ally n

oa e Germs u o A md if minutes D.o you reckon they'll earge 7 45 ...i. ...........FtrA a ld....... ......... if
omeh more e say ume r t -Chica . 7 ........ .. . .. .......Ir .......

-ionm,prstrateshimoranymember of 0 ..... .. -........
his family, Gern Syrup en i As r pte _... ...... ..... .... .
be relied on to e fft a eure. Mrs. Lakeslde-,he married In baste. IsriILI i i. ....... *......... .... ,.
ottle,256. Bigbottlei. At W.M.r La en-A ndepeted at lese .. .. l .... .....
Jobmuons. Mrs. Lakeside-It seems so. She was | .. T.coms. ..;...... ....... -.... s
fully a year in getting her divoe.- V ......... . .. Kirkwod.... .... S........ ,
C :. ":C CONSPIRACY. uart Set. 0 ...... ... ...... Clytt........ 0.... 1 -...
_______________ TIE UMI!XE3 8 . ........ ...Pewellea......... ... ......
Schet r to R x Exp2tizn Company --- 9 8 ........... ....Ws.oSb.ota...... .-. ... ..-.
-t St. Loui&. m A. .9 .....o.r. Po.lt.................o-nt

t.-7 S ::' .T .--1W hat .is b ICev.
ed to k a 'Itnic c'spiraey to roo
a t --
+the e^irt- coanpa-y -by ticket -r-
.t..e ar.sLM 1 Wia II. .-lvis. lharles
. s:H, ';iier iy -Miller an4'Ed-ard I
i:eh!_.. einoyes oa thbe admis-onai oe-
--morri B. aCg.O director cfVadAis-
aid" and toncessions of the falr.
bodd ming-th=at a searching i+. Jacksonville, Florida.
eslugaton its being chaetd- in the -
ert of admissions by fi e-r.
Sdetectves, and members of the S.
vo ire u to talk, Bl k
-te alleged cowOrhl.
:- LJs3. Eierard's Cnda I
Sebookle entil ed . What t
b any f.As gAood as any ad betterthan
..... I.1 'Beer. .Made of Hops and Malt
ov ra sand NOT RICE.

Per Barel...... $1
rDk .t.. .. I


"Sa muwsa ourP .tY vO .
al.. LoUeb MO.
For Sale by w. J.bK .

ale f oertosad cmTw greeywa

O ..........m-. e Shar"-=9
-._ t e- t u o tG -.
-5 0 --- + :: FM .- 7- ~ .-::::"_" :-: ,--\ -.++-

IoA 0L.6 0Lv: "4 5 1 A l S. .
1185 6 6 40 7 06 ..Bellamy S 8 [ *
1210 a 65 72 ., ....C.. ..Cy l........ 80 | I -
t12 0- 7 27 I..... .. hnM..... .. 8 i
-it 40 7 15-IAr 7 45 .C .$sm opuR e ....r 8a tI
...... 2 8I ..L e Bo _. F. 3
. ...:.i .... n 1 ..Ja knoevlf, J. &+ .W.., 5. ,. *
....... 840 856 ..Lke itO *y.., .*.
.... ...... S p ....T IU w we .A.L. | 14 11 .
1...1..... 10 IO &..... V. o0 -.dot. -.-01 AtIF.". -45
. . . . . ; -+ 4 1 i T O 4 W . . aIVoZ o O F. :. d m -. 0 40 *
' ... . .... 7. 48 + _...

J F. HILL* Agent. JAB M. OBAHlJOI.^i~i~iu




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agi m g4

~a li pWBOB Tkre are

Wervaeer, ex-ehamapion lng

a wiueu. Oteober l7th. 101:s
AthD enet iallearo eight wesenW

m-h-1-t rt inApri
Sn b egdb W.1 M. Johbn-

W y Wabr-No, ma'a; I ain 't
7 o ,l come. Im boud by boa-i
r. I wrote a ttimeolal for a eap-

ow mt that?. Weary Walker-B0
Smaam, ast firm taied about

hM owmbease of the wind pipe,
lesoli suaemes extends to the lar--
as ldbrooeahial tbes, sat is one of
SA angerou- diseases of chil-

ho MdlaM a .eow Linlmea t ismSlb
i the-thaeat.. 3S. Wea, 1. Sold by

, a$gr m v meome aw, >

oae a apm48t e tol tvrtern aoa

tns.m I a lri Eletre -

isa.fAtJ trou A few bottle

of it. b17.o relieved mand cared

Washington ad retin, #7. Ticket,
-yea train io be -n the Eastand
loave ora kol a .. arm in

On. Washinpgatesnv o ; a. forlowig
ionug. 1No 40 Atleantle Coast in-
ani, a itone rb ashington 11gp.
aot safoin areaong.en An fte tInt
self tofl the qikest and bes nd oe.

Both trains a omy l al.i drao ,wing
room sle as af i to Wash-
Limited earrivs PmAtlan tiest dining

O. 0G. Hiee Daaille, IL, writes,
LinimGt;on reottle ced7me. Ii a

tan cheerfalltreto mnd finet all

fer ing eupfor foure amounts a With,

lt.0, n t. old . Johnown

ly b. uL ML sew Bouwa o f County om of Aacihua ounty. Flori-
I by law for the pterpte oo re-reviewr ad eqasUzblr the ae imeat of
1Im. adtsle aeie.mta Minst the followitr amud pe s o ls de-
_ra ie afo s ws

I__: : : I- . -

a3 A
z. E
*' -. -' ;1 a- E< a z c 0
: * '. *. 11 * *

CS P e .ptae e%.0 .- I .S& Bu f lot ..... ......... ..........
- m PIHu.o.... : ofmnw .w..o..w.. ................ I
g .......ll........ .......1
a o o A of....... ...... .... .......... ...... ........ s
....... WI-t A sito-set -4..........................
. ... Co. Anl-SAl14 ._.-......-...I.......... .. I
.-. ..-. nl4 f s -4 &Ael-to s81-4 & Awlw4 of sel4 1 6
Co_.i. a of awm &swt4 &.wlt-4 of seV .......1.
^ggglwa>Ot&.. .. at ABwM of ........ 1n
a M ... G. sto-s"..... ..............-- ..............-
-- C &-s .. . ,1 M ..........- .... . ..... ..... ............. .S
........... ..-.. st of awi-I AlW -4. of w_-.......... 36
a W .l e tO .. w-w er 4 aw l- .......... ...... .............
~ ~..,.;a. ...w nlof in14 & al-4 of Awl4o swl-4of
net I o .- .......: ............. i24
S Co. s ...... . .. :........ ..... st;
All@.C. 14at...o.aw.. e ... ... ..... ... 3
... i I a"..... .. e ........ ......... ..
--....aa. s4bkl otsu-i kl$ Tonwn of Alachua 1W
Jew.. A .. 4 of a tl'- nwl-3 of I -- t A rreto4ff
UA "Gr. antL.ewthat-sold ... .. ........... ...
LA W... wo-- S n1e& w-4A o w.t............. ...... 17
a c -S..-c o ....... awl oe ewi-So .e 4...................... 1
l f,. ...... An. 11emnfi- .t-e & a nel I ..... 7
-il a ....... I m at of e ................................ ii
-wAl .e s w i l-.I .l....... .... ... ...
JW ..D. .... U- Alel tof sew-4- A e .of nel-4. .
i. ......W.... -Gn O.t1 14. I tao .. .;..... ....
W-.R IIB, 3Bt ... .e *;n ub.MW-...... ; ... ..........
Ad i taiS ...a w4&eat. less o asere. In se o A Sma
seros o ide of swl-I .........21
_W a .tb .. ....ao e tm-e I- a. e.. .. .e- .... ...... 4
V.A*oinit.-... wI-5B awlor- o.. -w-I.
L-....-...AW-4 m -......&A t-"*..a. ..... 9 .. ... o
.Jw All--..- 1lost Di of......... ...................
.-A Su --,4 .-..-.. o--S f el-.el-M 10 acrs in De e-I of a I
ALU:*..:..f ::-014 A -
M-- C-s_.- at- w wsl. .1. ...~- .. ...... ....
EW ,aI. sge l o A:I.. ; e "l.e owl-:or oil- ...... ......
- oI 0 -- o u u. sl-of nel -4 n ...... ... ..s
A_ b.fleA b....b- t-e..el res_ .......... .......
----- ...t..- .... ...--- ll c ....... .... .......
Ia SubA Dv. Halle property. ......1it
.x : .beMsume -.. Lotst-a4ofr Wet. sn 4. a s.Z&o.ri 0r-vne
..bB....... al-S of LeA tS bko. La 4. O4 G'vie..
PWa kmle.... -Pa4so LolesAr. ot. ..4. Srosin HA I
W 8ft byia ftDak i5 ft ale.-wa
a w:- extte4ino baa.f.sc t ..
Si ft aem-,otk4,a-A m earof wi-S of 1

U e4 1o get part MS AL awI LL asie track.
asW.Rwid.b .-. w-totLot-a kUof4.a.A 12 ofr
aewlet 34 ..-......... .............1 4
La. M J.Marsh ... ea erswH.les aMe. .. 1. .............. |t
*iLL Wiit J. M .... A- tre t IGrmat. le*, that to Bsh a
.l sas i1e t s iit Grae a :t .. ....-......... ?

7 16 6O
9 16 130
9 1t 1I0
9 16 400
9 16 6w
9 16 9w-
9 -16 3-
10 16 640
9 16 260
II 16 400
S-17 00
9 ti iw
9 17 tW
9 17 aI)
9 17 40
9 T17 0
IC 17 e4)

10 17 vp

11 17 340
11 17 4M













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The an art ume.a etb .ri oeae on le am Moinay in Aines. next, beIng im
amm" VbA.fl- roh" e Ae e.ao. caffter wus de mie
A1W ofsabemetaa tLeeev tew
SBWOoay OmiMla. I

-- -.-q..Ausmdm fop 11in....

:- .- _-- --_-- T-- -.--- -

Viet-r Safe a_- Lok Cornpan ... .

The "Vietor" Is the best mc m a t L eWI
---) peaase o" a Saie, or n -n.-

Sby a s.n O all asoraldre ss wa t rae-l- IM li -

Inftomaaeeerfialy finished. AJESVIDE FRA U -b--.h

Take The Atlantic Coast Line an

ia,: fVia W a Via
jSi-pDeo ompP PL &O.DA 0.
lillHMsli mM t &~l86-'m "I^T*<^- tVAInif ^^^

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service -

Time Table in effectei June 5. 1M.1W

Depart For GAINESVILLB Arrive ero

7:0pm :High SpriA dInter- lOAsa
Daily ediste Pbit Daiy

12. 40pm Oeala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 3:90pm
Daily Imtermediate Points Daily
S:10pm Palaka, Daytoea, JaekNauVille. 1:60pm
Dalt North, Ea and West Daily

12:16 am


High Spring, Wayerom, Savanh, Brunswiek, :16 pm
Albany. Atlnta all Points North, Eat West Daily

Rochelle, Mitcanpy and Citra

$8:b oa I
D H High Springs
ex.Monday j

i Daila

ex. Itndas

Inteluangeable Mileage Tikets, good over 1,000 miles of among the pria
ipal ralways in the Southern Stata, are ona n le by the pribe pal csts.
Through Poulbman dsleeper Port Tanga to NY orY, ria tlanti CCow
Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line ad otbmrn Railway.
For complete informative, al l
J. A. OODWIN, TicUt Axest, OamiuwU..
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com At., WD. TAK.Tav. Pa. Agi
188 W. Bay t., Astor Bailding, Jackeillm Fl
H M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J OBAIG, e. Pam. A^,
Wilbington, N.. Wmaton, 0. i


Cormmod ious,

- Home-Like

- Hotel.


Table Unexcelled.

Every Attention to Guests

Exeoursiew tkets OB aw miealee
from Oaiaeile to St. o aLs
to mrn.m
p4.10 Retxn= limited.
WhO... ... Retw tirlan h dnge
*39.85 ..*.. Btr~a 11IhIt.U
SSpecial ecaOh exiam- n S. **
turn limit ZOdaya fim f a ea
Tickets sold TimxiayeI J|.

poi~~t* Th L wA ia tbea hums aIs

Sfor r'ateaadiul-sand aihewiom
remenvat aappyset m
J,. ft pp5g, .
Ji"amia shmed
.:ass .ay ft.. ia.nl.
0.L4STu 9. P.a A.j, Jaimwis,


Preside aial Electors.
C. F. Baruu-FmanoU Go. K, elobham--Marm03 coaty.7
eo.. B. o e B., d e Ac|nt
G. A. Wee.. wde-G Atdeg .g"
A.M. wCu bu-an-Alachua e...
For G ow e r--i 1 I ar-

..Mon.roe.. .. .! .

Comptmier-J. i kipper Pot

fix emrs-W.iR.- hsscih^

I.P. i
.lei- Bt-3' R.
x ye~n-ir. B Bh~ppajd, Eowai. ^;'


Manufacturers of the
Sea Island Cotton

James Doig Improved English
Gin, and Supplies for Same.

Three Times the

Value of Any Otheu

One-Third Easier

One-Third Fastel

The only Sewing Machbie thal doen
not tail in say poijt.
Rotary Moon and Banll Bearin
make it the-lightest running mahi
In the world.
Agent. wanted in anoecupied terrN
tory. bend for cirealars ad tera.


Us Your Next Ordedfo Job Wor





Sea IslartL Qottoi.

Sea.-Island 0 tron See I. Bang and Twine. Walrus
Lathler in Strip or Sides.



_-' :- '- : -

L.AL B6.6 -



te..t se-. wts loft sI

-7- ewd -it 104000-1 .-a r ".SEY AT JLAW,7
Ulev, ki. ak mI 1 ietw l retae ren de Or s opMy
I d -aR ,a. h atL 9 pe waste. In a register of e ro ,
E R h.gAmin"e s ere e & e A

W i -sJua in. al- Amber. gem ive -an. t meIang toW T,"T
AI th w "b r. the w a the woUd. Me says it is derfved from ATT LRY iL w- .
Sma, w. the elet name for ek ot SOLIC R IN CHANCERY...
h tAs a o kI6e da. w is derived from bead -
... dM %en n -Tbd Hapert s was or ay n a doth of, -"

Am y hed ca l se k e eye a babe was the seller of haper- S. H. ALDERAI.-
W-- 0_ ti_. . . DE -TI. -- -MB i
e |st ib a tek o AMaIY *,*a 6oni- own-woe.. _
M"---an -Miet h- .W-e.-Do e leet: that once a a t k e:
s ematy it view tira grat when we had a ti I said you were jusrt ripe PW aI

"Sp e s. lmosir w a M IaP wft
are eutifi ast m6an ts tyo t be? Hubby-, U

*ta sh--e vat -the v0. a t. me o w. 1. B y" ,
S ash -so -. _PM
a-a-an m p-d, Oft ike. & RA-. --- ... ".st
I t1 a101 11tueik6tiaiKQ(owa DWkgme -the &W F1UaBBe
w"Can A"A dt WOtMa aar
Wa . that ow da A
assessm I~itis within the reach of [ I _shl't Speak to you for r
eaSIM.-O& s. iarnen Se c_____________________
tfor esatark, colds, asthmoanal i.- n perfect anJo hepity t
m'e M ^We*^ xac wAb t esee s of the to t. chest and longs is t S. Ba. ditio .
Tr My***** ***. Qoasker Oil, the new discovery. It is-
S mierf and St*sow- M vrfeetly harmsleve to chidMldre. Send Your Fausn beer bottle and draught. Don't old by AU i
et. m us object l^the sa. and is guar anteed to give perfect vat fail to canl on me .when in Jackue _il___
eIftsr. washe eatret es gj sl a se 1fatlion in every ease or money will Order to the____
Se promptly returned. It renders R HARRY LEE JARVIS,

kltl in -a laboratories that a d gr, r fllp DENTAL SURGBON
.... i ertet it deS... .. leA- a&nd natuaml breathing through the
ola n renders or couneasbins asotrils. For sale by R. VaMse, Ptrweait Ialy Work n tbe matnlcsofme
meeir ^Meovete-9a- I Grove, Fla. see specdaftek. BUM to tWB
A bei ny poble d GAlESVILLE. FiODAA I M
eat ceariew theo-ee MA1U.ACTURRS OLr CRYSTAL SALOON, w:,Tss,

distance frma the earth is very ekady I Jacksonville, - Florida & t f. ee Ata MaS.
Wfrt mies: that it diameter is
about9w06SO ile or 10Otiins that 1Lv. Atts ess. .. AzA. sA. swee aa
of the erth, and. ts bolk about 10OOl- Best Imported and Domesti Liquoes lr. -* Poip..Ar. l St. ^sr
900 greaWt. .s ines in the -eity.
We knew slso that its maas. eis t g ________________________
MOM thatof the eArth and that cOW-
A m.an whi- here weighs 15 poem!. R 1epentin
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Sg Twht "HiA Who funs May *0ad"

hame witb Cmatabm a H1 EEL
Onewo apeper for alat" M The Sun
'a Wonderful Salve for sale
tt 3. MAiseltm Co.;i:; ;;i
Pay RMr subsription to The Sun
W.JL p .a A uwm w*G.t 8
l 3IJes of Ameris Ga., w
t ate Brown House yesterday.
Wonted-Mat so cook on survey.
Apy W.. kc ate t ec


-"k r* ..P."W ease.. "4 V.13. ww. a tat. to Alasha
".r. w..- e# e we ,s. a bui- :uma .y on e....;m

Gel f. W SevIl:e _eA se .dows .
te g let r- sIowa, yow buiew

,I IFP ; nd wu much pSffd- inl nt ao 0 _,-:. m.
tla "ad af d"-. d- wit -e : r ad age .- Jereka.aille wan an

for a s.-From'i Aeast'1M~td i. 'w Obesne t .Arredesdo wa
e- i i-dany he among the visktrs to a vatle yes"n
-wi w pring~ at g ad in m the~ t
aringsson vi (-. wy. f -Iered toulders. O.rDonald .,
sasspringsd return samx day. a
On1y on4 dollar. Throu oach. f CcV. uee of Le gon was
Tha friends &r t ceircualating among Gatiesville friends
hiest new. from her was that shel was
"ittniup and was much implored in H. Stewrt ot L & I.i-
.et road was re-istered at the Brown
House yesterday.
Ladie' selling eards, gentleime-n'i. O. -f Atla a
cards, jasiness tards, and any other V a Atlantswa
kind of teards printed in the latest amogr the arrivals at the Brown
styles a this offce-and the price is e terday
reasoale. too. W. B. Bell andoon of Valdosta, Ga..
MrI. Gates of Anthony and Mli were in.town yesterday and regist ered
Laura Si th of Ozona, mother and at the Brown House.
isterof iMr 3. Bone of this ity. Mrs. T. a. Rouse and son have re-
are visiting the latter at her home on turned from a pleasant vsit to Jack-
West Liberty et. sonville and other point.
J. H4. inning. Columbia, Tenn., T. the Sun has about 600 old paper
H. Summer. Henry Htchienson. A. on hand which will be closed out in
V_ Diekson. Jaekshnville; 3. B. Pate, loss of 1000 or more at $1 per 1000.
Valdita ,Ga. were late arrivals at -N. W. Malphbnr and Le Shaw will
the Brown House last night open a grocery store in one of the
Mrs. Dopree of Waldo is tie guest rooms of the Baukaight-Eadel bloek
of Mrs. H. Alde pr in e few dayH.
was a resident of Ga0ineville in the George L. Taylor, manager for the
eighties and will be remembered by Gainesville Peach Orchard Co. of

many of her friends among the older
residents of the city.
Owing o our annual stoek-taking we
will offer our elegant line of crockery
-at greatly reduced prices daring _the
-next fewdays." It you desire real bar-
gains in f the erockery line call at
once. O'Douald & Saunders.
The attention of property -owners isa
called to the notice of increase of as-
sessment of certain property. Those
interested should carefully note the
information contained iq the notice
aed govern themselves accordingly.
A teacher giving lessons on physical
force asked : "Now. boys, can any of
you tell me what force it is that moves
people along the street?" He re.
eeived frotm one of the boys the unex-

Palmer, w
made The
E.W. B
were in th
come for ti
dental wor
Mrs. W.
from Oealna
gaged taki
mention of
in The Sum
W. G.Ri
town yeste
ofke with
the poeitio
missary of
near Wade
his duties.

-J. IL Eddife has returned from a peete4 answer; "Please, sir, the po- E. Do
bToules tripto points on the St. John lice." t
.- .- - ~.. u ra-il w aj mj ya
How- JamesT. Willsof Starke judge railway Mi
Tie a-y^- friends of Mr. W. B. of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, ar- terday. H
I- lor will regret to learn that she Is rived in the city yesterday. Judge ular run di
eleiik. Wills is one of the oost brilliant aM haring mad
-edge.A.C arise went to Starke toreys in this section of the eoontr,. in the exai
MP inday e- business before Circait and is making at enviable record as a
-a-. WIll. judge ofthis circuit. isto
Nbea. large, well furnished room to Mrs. FreYd W. King isconfined atthe $10 8 $12
reat aabloek next tosquare. Apply at Odd Fellows' Sanitarium by sickness Special a
el aee.. tft. Her mother has been telegraphed for, My entire
W. 0. Powell and charming dabgh- as her case is considered serious. Mr. -socks 8s
qr. Ifi Evawere in the city from Kinglsin St. Loeis in theemplo of a storeat al
i.re yesterday. "- harness house, where he has charge of tore. This
etho e features of The Sn job their exhibit at the exposition. in
e i promptness in delivering work Mrs. Blalok. wife of an old Con block.
after receipt of order. federate veteran, died yesterday at J. W. Si
Me. Jamaes Doig has returned from her home in North Gainesville. The among the
*ae eths' visit to relative at remains will be taken to Antlok terday an
eek H IM, 8. C., her old home. eharch today for interment, the The Sn o-
bkiad to your hore during these ral being under the supervision engaged in
lgma lrgdaysaddo not overload of Dr. T. F. Thomas, undertaker. having par
or dereed the faith l animal. P. M. Olivers Auction House,south A. Edmond
U - -. side of Wall street. isthe cheapest -yer- go.
Mrs. Havey Bell and sister. M ide tree, acheape J r yeao
son 41A 400 -in" store on earth. Buys for-eah, sells. for
X8a *ruelle, hae returned from a eash. -Rus no risk, is why he ea t di- hat seeti
pi nt visit to, relatives at Ka von, ide his profits with his customers. and the
Oliver will buy anything from you, or season are
se ll anything for you at auction or
Mason Tisonof Oealais in the city. private sale. By all means call and Quick W
erepet the Brick City as steadily see him. 6t. his Auctio
and ,,buildingIm
-dva.aeg in the way of improve- Slaughter in Clothing.-418 and 20 t
.wsuits. today $12#; *b aod $1 uiteo, ot Onu
-ses dk and Clyde Lo two 10.6;-412. 13 and14 suits. $1l. ensi
Ming ydothu d Clyde Lo;, tw Special sale from 9 to ll a.m. My en- dolls, bi
arming yng ladies of Wayers, tire line 25a socks at 1Ic, also ladiest' rices enti
Ga m revisiting their oousis, Misses and 3 hose at 19e. All 50e soeks ignr, e
BetieA-d a re MiIer. 8~; iin fact everything in the store at wallbuy fro
ett.e.andCarre..ller. almost cost of the manauacture. Thi thing fom
A small crowd was attracted to t-he sale is positively for cash, no goods to phat.
bal park yeserdy, the attraction be beeharged to anyone. L.J. Burkhim, -
gaa tc neatr oftell between two 108Liberty street, Miller block. Sheriff n
Sof - .from Bron
flwed tmamof-.thiseity. ~ o
ta Read This. and Mr. D
The .prie of watermelons h Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16,189. The aild c
eaed he point where the colored Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear with the P
Brother 9 afford so-partake of them 3ir: During the past year we have time and
to etire sa. ..faction, sold over twenty-four dozen "HallaI down to tr
analope or pinepple crate. Great Diovery for kidney and blad.- ats. A
lions will fufornished on Sort der troubles, and during that time Walker, M
n :o Prices noti_ t i oapp n ,have received no complaint. I t Thra
Eating CrK wor Hastmin 1gas." Your* respectfully. T,
D rng the absence from the city of G VA ANrW & So Sheriff Fe
.ei-M XA.J.feArtihr, A. M. h -- T killingn0
and E.- A. O^'Neill the n A Texas Wonder, said that t
M-ess-s IA -3A. eril, ll. t"e Cuh.mi t .
meat of the Gainesville Fire Depart-
ee al bottle of the Tex Won- l P
meat wil bie min h. ge of g. der, all's Great Discovery, cures all born
ow I I[tidney and bladder troubles, removes v
M. Oliver continue todo a thriv- T l, rdiabem. semial emli- The folo
-- weak andl- ame.-. . : a t U.-rheu&- Watts ofl
.iagbmMainle at his auction house on -n-tsofa i -g e e :d
WaU arese. He is constantly receive neys and bladder in ooth men ad II have be
tag new eoulgnmesta of goods, and womeneguiasses bladder troubles in ease for t
wIX Msave a spesti sale today. Partie chade. If etsold by yourdraggist, flesh and
s gode i his line wol do w sentbmaon receip of wigh leading
WON .: Dr. _b e i, l. sile M. asy Itrio-
Je --M-. ad fo so ld m o a S ld bysa me 1
AngghtW6 AUK- befo4
~ *J-pod"-

as in town yesterday and
San an agreeable call.
ush and wife of Melntesh
he city yesterday, having
,he purpose of having some
k done by Dr. Alderman.
Lee Smith has returned
and is now actively en-
ing orders for her book.
which was recently made
chardson of Taeoma was in
rday and favored The San
ia call. He has aeeepted
on as manager of the corn-
the Central Phosphate Co..
P, and will soon enter upon

pree, an old Alachua eoun-
is nowa-sub in bthe U..
il service, wa in town Iyes-
e expects to gecre a reg-
uring the next few weeks,
de a very creditable record
r in Csothing.-4- and W2'
ay 12 $15 and $ suits,
, $18 and $14 suita, $10.
ale from 9 to 11 a. m
line 2 moki at 19. alo
d -te hose at lIe. All I0W
; in fact everything in the
most cost of the maauface
s ale is positively for eash,
0 be charged to anyone L
, 18Liberty street, Miller

karboroIgh of Waldo was
visitor, to Gainesville yes-
i was a pleasant ler at
iee. Mr. ecarborough is
truck farming at Waldo,
chased the property of 8.
son at that place about a
He reports the crope in
n in a flourishing condition,
prospets for'-a suoessful
very good.
fork-P. M. Oliver opened
n House in the new E el
outh side of Wall street
During the ten day post
ly about disposed of the fnti
gomeut of several hundred
it -other smalHer lots at
rely satisfactory to his co.-
atomers and himself. He
om you or sell for you any-
a paper of pins to an ele-

Fennell returned yesterday
teon, near which place he
ean have a large hog ranch.
Uat have been playing have
igs on the raneh for some
the efficient sheriff went
y his hand at destroying the
party eompoeed of Sheriff
r. Dean and himself went
day night with three of
,nell' dogs and succeeded
three of the varmints. It is
the eats destroy an entire
gs the night after they are

Vas Wasting Away.
wing letter from Robert R.
alem-, Mo., i nstruetive:
en troubled with kidney di.-
he last five years. I lost
never felt well. -otoredI
mg physicians and tried all
ggse.d without relief.. i
SFoley-'. Kidney Care aad
m headed i is

Tetew lm ieassige ZteW Calk

wao p~I.tl d Dr. M. W. r
t wes* uy. -l.t a li ?:'' Ph.l

ly deemed whih gmen w .
wte silk, troimmted with aee and

Wta woere a dress of white silk a
tri demed wish real lahe. Her b .we ..._ .-
bwere pink earnapions. Jtlwe oe
Alma of thIrene Migan, ts.he ring beave
e wide wor e white chim Mr.o l. 1Holdes

"The wedding was foHlowed by a
luacheon ad waiedh aboutridty tgueSt
were entertained.
Dr. and Mrs. Weagh left las nTight
Wlm Beach, theirhm in fer:

iThe bride is a daughter of Mr. sad
SDeadJon thw a Callowa y of .2-es

Doperhls and M s ab lovely yoatg ni- -mor7

mans of the braonette type. a

*The groom is a son of Dr. and Mrs.
C. V. Waugh of West Palm Beach,
Fla.,sad is a prominent physician of
that city.
"Among the out-of-town guestO at
the wedding werA Mrs. T. M. Cater of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. a sistro the braide;
Mr. James Arnold of Augusta; Mr.
Joe Waugh of Maeoand Misses Clio,
Ada and Mary Dod.on of Stockdale

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