Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02226
 Material Information
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 17, 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: VID02226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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xAwrESV V, IOWaA, SNDA, tJULY 17_, 14


eof Paort Arthwur l, to Jly flf


Aohtbiii. VM* July U -i -No _
b8*at p t2 at bank r

...... mn tea pas. The Jap- - -_-

__ 7 .... July'--. dot''o
-1 to fte rrther new fro Port rtthur Is re--pres. G of A. F. ftIC--
-, ceave hw e toay o : -
s U.eral Wewaded. .Ta Tceh K July i*.-h Japa s City-wnera Declin) to Discurn
aee have withdrawn from the west f ta
--"--.t of-tai e-fwthe raidand .ar maf Ing
i"rl 3 J-1 p their armies ont sia Chicaoi July a.-Both sides are
thconnaisance Ito force carried out ing to arbitrate. but selther di-
e aq~dra now ofthe Rusan eajiry and artillery yeste osed to allow the other to dictate the
pl^^l^^^llN ^ cay -_"d today almost as ar uder which arbiration
Ka_ Chon t'iled to. di-lose their po. a gree to-such ws the
-. ag- -a.- ago to have been -.. ,tuation-toda--the fourth day ot the
: : :.- packing house strike. While tIgp coB-
Sa prfTito ter received here from St. Petersbrg July 15-3 15 p. m.. ference between the packers and the
6t 0 6.ni ts. glve the The athorltes here are unable to strikers adjourned last night, with-
Sacc t of the miha comprehend the Tokio reports of conm. ot effecting a settlement, eforts to
g aw from hlch it-appears plaints of the failure of the Russian this end were 6coatiued today.
i i with Rear Admiratl Jesoe govertnt o send Intelligene cn- Material progress have been made,
ogl wentsan.-t in p-It arnn a Jaya rg the papanese prisonrs-. Twoi some of the chief points at Issue hay-.
er rs-. The tu g was so fufl reports har ready been for- ing been virtually -disposed of, an
tMhe erptata caused his pro4 warded -to theo Jep;rese -tacr t the remaining differences, although ,se-
l g, t p to" -~~o a at Berit ~ the American em.bas- rios. are not regarded as insurmount-
aba4r to be entered In the I sy a-d their receipts have bteen a ble. There Is no objection to the
-but ear Admiral Jessen insat knowleged The embassy is en- provision i the ffer of the packers
J0 aein g :. -.-. vinced that Russia is doing everything by which all new employes may be
Vteena aates afterward the crIs- possible to comply with her agreement retaled. The strikers say that the
ery a 4th rooks. Th- minse and is furnishing reports of the names nonunion men are not practical pack-
we i dptely ~placed around the and condition of the Japanese pris- ing house workers and that they soon
-a.I -:B agas the Jap- owners. would be crowded out. '
--g" sa i-t requiredd a week forte The principal objeetion umde by the
S:ediasals ers to haul of the JUDGE PARKER GETTING BUSY. Union officials to the offer of the pack-
qaity bs was b I ry docked Iy era M the provision. that they ,.-"w
S Ia it was than supposed her in- Heaviest Mails an H itory of Rosemont give preference in order of application
S Mi-II-_ Wpatred t in .ve w "eeks.'-. Now Arrives. frr work." The strike leaders con-
Vit A # tydl ors order- of the -opus N. Y., July l.-The heavi, true thisto mean that each Ian on-
S portion a successful et mail In te history ao Rostemont strike wii be obliand to make an $I-
ting ofiLe Boatyr, with te a -me n for Judge Parker today ant dvldnal nppcctic4
Suof-a eroy Alex as an enormous number of letters wen" Both dles: are holding themselves
hise this or ing. o .ut '- in rea(dness for a prolonged: coflet.
With the approaching departure- of Almost every state in the union but hop1 f!or an amicable adjustment
6-Balte quadr for ta en.he Par tisC was represented In the mall. The West has not died out.
.4B.r precautions are beig taken to Shore railroad and its station at Esopf. previous to the leaving of strike

eIM or- condition af of the R portance whie the railroad compan- to meet Samuel Gompers and other
a ships. The newspapers arer attaches to the placero a buabr chieftains. Preidet Dennelly
ly forbdde to mention their n~es, point of view. The tracks have been i diasred the proposal made yeFterday
ian eves foreign news dispatcher reI re-baIlasted with broken stone for a by the packers at the close of the
-tBa-g to the Ras-san vessels are not distance of several hundred yards. .fnt c~nf-rence at Swift & Co.'s of-
agJed by the ce i r. the steel bridge over the creek has fie, cc. u not be accepted by the
army_4i1organ beves it s sr been overnauled and new floroing put unon inv;cled. e added that hee
ble for Gnal Oka to add- in, and today the concrete foundation and his advisors would prepare aI--
-e until the Takuahan colum- for the new .station east of the track other communication to be submitted
~e s T ScI hl. It points o that iwas begun. at once to the packers, but would not
iBer i Chou It took 1i days -lor Judge Parker allows nothing unim- indicate -what changes might be made
s to cover 2-0 miles arguing that portant to interfere with his mornin, n the demands of the strikers whlef
Ssl wnss may b du to h swim, and briht and early he was the packers bare rejected.
l-t~ to where to deliver a blow andt the Hudson. The early trip of t:C One thasand more -abnnion men
possibly It- s b Intention to steamer Mary Powell, sometimes were imported Into, the yards this
-aga devote his chief energies to'brings her past the osemont wharf mernitg. taking 4.000 in al
-r.t Arth, rr. ast ea he Is aking his swim, and now at work. Every plant killed
he o Vrm today sayspassengers try to seethe candidate cattle. shtep a"d hogs on an exten
"th' British- most not compare the, at his diving. In| which he is an expert, sive ,cale. The receipts were larger
-- pr.set cofif.t with the Boer waIr. a-tt ne always r Ures to the Boat nose tzan those cf Fr~ ay of last week. con-
They had .00000 Boers against Great- until the steamer is gone. listing of 30., cattle, g,000 sheep and 1
-i~-bin. We haveII 5000,000 JapaI o b-- "ogs. The strikers made no
*99111 l^uBOW- l ^ut In tb' efort tointerfere with the delveriegj
e aalnst Russia: But in both1 -- FITZSIMMONS ARRSTED. e~ort to imerfete wath the delloroed a
eses little Britain and little Russian offresh moat and the allag of locai
t with initial lealties on aount Acc of Takn, a Lion Cub from orders was uninterrupted. There
of the enormous distance they had Animal Show was no sign of rioting. The police
-to spath their aries" N ew York, July ---Robert 'itzslm.l gard in various parts of the distre+}
- - u h--g oa the pugli(t. has spent two hours w ed and th cites were
-- Yla g,--July8--.Flghting kla -.usnder arrest in a Coney Island poiee! dere- to keep movrin.
l- .t- miles south of Ta Thhe lao. station because he refused to return; J Ogden Armn.r ad-other paek-
Much skirmiashin is taking place. The to the proprietor of an animal show ers declined to dicusa the strike sit-'
weather is favorable for the npove- a small ilo csub asserted by the com ato
..t troops. Nio rain has -en -planat to have even tken without -
-or a week-. The thermometer has ~his conset. Fitzsimmons' friends Kansas C --, July 16-Five pac-i&
.ered as high as 50 degrees enti- ally app ared and arranged a board Ihouses op n r l their kl- k an
_- < of- $1,0W pending a settlement of the ibtch r-:r :ertments on a limited
It Is armored that a Japanese col. case. cae today. S Twartacild and.-
-ama ha appeared on the Mukden Pitasimons r-cently visited t-s a 'r.er King :i <-wp for the first time
road. There are several Japanes& Imal sihow with -everal other men. 8- since the st negan. A Armour,
w ned at Liao Yang. They arecludi ng one of the proprietors of the .-ift a. F.: r plants, the oAtput
well-treated and conteited. Their plae. While they were looking about! ++,."ins." over yesterday. rhlfi

So wnersin g eaat j the pro a loan cub escandd from its cage and the two Ather companies tontentedM
t at Moscow the pugiist, after a lHvely chase. cap- themilve. with aceanlishing Just
Toop are constantly arriving here. tnrted it. He exhibited so much Inter- enough to git tl'e plants in working
Sest in the animal that the manager order. A number of new men wereJ
SPetersburg. July 1-.-4:1 p. aL told him to tke it home. When the i" to wor. at each plant, but atl are
r eaekampf, was wounded rlgtful. owner demanded its return sti fllr from haivng their u al q IotI.
"erIOSlyIn a skirmish near Fitzilmmons refused and his arrest_ :The Etrike leaders say they are mak.
tsa. A bullet p throh tollowed. g a teady road in the packers
r-ofmone of his les. -orces and tat they
.e..ap.aMesar. still entrenhig Mrtng of fie and Gray. nearly a hundred butcher v rep suade
a hundred butchers hied .
.Ta. -aiso. No- t!rther LouIs July 1.-At tod s s nday to oin the union and t,
b reported. sito of the renan of the Blue and aside from the 100 nakilled men,
sertal staff has not ye ree the Gray held In the ba of congress- coopers and box makers, who struck
g of th4e repor. of h s, addresses w made by Major on Wednesday and Thbrsday. .
N" Cwinm w abe p 8_-. .Lowell, of Cn.; Retail dealers in tbei ag hoe -
- U5at h Bare s at OW- district have advanced c
ame4lwe Iem A4 4 A--mUef weid ~atis rnS 4 to ce"*pmea
I^BI^^^^.^^^^^K^^ ~~~ ~t SONOWLt^^^lKi^^~jde^^T

UuUUL / I snJ. t Ii against tI t .I ne
groes and that he considered the pres-j
enee of the troops a precautionary'
ne troopers will escort the negroes
to the county jail and will then go into
camp near the prison to await the-
outcome of the trial. -
At the close of the trial, the troops
will escort the men to the state prison
at Trt ron.

lAncaster. Pa.. July 11.-The sheriff
of Burlington county, N. J.. left here
this morning with two negroes, Aarea
Timbers and Jonas Sims, who assault.
ed Mrs. Biddle at Burlington.
Constable Witflek, of Columbia, who
had entered a complaint of feloams
assault against the negroes, had l.ft
orders that they should not be oand-
ed over to the New Jersey authorities
without notifying him The New Jer-
sey sheriff and a detective wea to the
ail today, took possession of the pr
oners and started in a tUller car for
the railway station.
A few blocks away Witty. an attor-
ney. boarded the car and after a war
atof words, the negroes were taken back
to jail. After ans agreement was
reached and the prisoners were tak-
es away.

Anerican SBat and German Racer Cow
s-Oub* -aha Each Otmr.
Dover. Island. Jtly 1.-The Amer.,
rian schooner yacht Ingomar, owned
by Morton F. Plant, of NewtYork, and
the schooner yacht Navahoe, the prep-
erty of George W. WatjW,- of Ge-
many. formerly owned by Roa Phelps
Carroll, of New York. were in :eonl-
slon this morning off the admiralty
pier shortly after their start In the
race for yachts of over a hundred tons.
Both suffered considerably.
The Ingomar, which fouled the Ger-
man yawl had her bowsprit and fore
rigging carried away, w.iIe the MNa-
saoe's mainsail was split asd her
steering gear was damgaed.
Both yachts were obliged to aba-
77 the race.
-Re-ulat S.eed of Excusl" e Tr. -.
Chicago. July i.--The horror o tee
death of the Doreamus -nday .h iol
pleniekers in the Glenwood train wreoc
r (bund- ready response at a umtag
of teity rcounclL TYhe a*dmu*n

way,. auau. -a- we .
died at pescawRgahibg ggg
"Generals P. A. gCrmOk ad. N"

St. Petemb-rg July 3.--
All the pPans tday
hbtes to the fw i i
Tra.nsvaal Mr. Krar wo -*

Sw it_-erlan. yed-. -r ;-;. ._--


. -r i ra.te L9. -i

er wbome body was iun4 y
caled to put a S
ley. Brooklyn, -N-. T., T _uaf,
As-bevifle SwNewYork-. ih p-
pose of toayig 4a c to w claig
I00.0 alleged to have "ea-. t
.yn the deIeas e -t.k del-e
In this city Mr. ALot waB iAnsg
a" Madame M lrauryaW -.

Fower mission at AAhevW

WT. - '. W-- 0 ^ *-A- 1 qp-
the body -.te ea '
George. e bhi Itfe A vifo L
tay. He ae to Asevs. ^ A
mother, after bi releaat.

agoe wheee he was eatt toe
sentence limped for eftfa l

Mrs. Abbott had always l tee

When she leaned teN tIamIl-
death in BW -lbyu, Mrs. Abehe -

send a telegaa. The s ndo y state

had left a large fortne and she

rnke ian CMo

On a Sohaers a
* today- *a"-'^ few m~^5f^^^^^;,^^':


:- --- .; -: ~~- ---- r _n`;'- -. -- ~ -"-

_ ~_ ___~ __

New Yrt Amne _____________
New toi Juy l--I m -i
handlers wore sweeger asen a gm
eouncement orf the asomeat of a - 3
St.ft.eagabw th big ... _
f5. T7'ls was expected a t 01 I
boer froe CUcago, bet Ia the __ _11
time the prices of beet aae to :
C up and other proveos at-s wre rva dy *b "Was
agfeted. The big retal trides 1 -
semeed today that two ore day AT PeACE WITF 1e as
wold see the advance doubled, ma
ing It from S to IS cents abves the aemaeia u tm Viu-
price before the strike was declae. a T re
PolVtry and eggs hale been a t 't
eed sd sa dealers anowne that W e N-"la ailB
ae" food will be the next to aUp. P is~mS .
ld storage poultry has beem adA V j
vasced 2 cents a pound. lncabata n i ss ~
chtens and ducks ate abundant bugt
the price is almost prohibitive tothe -k Iln *m'ww_ w
"air. Trty-hve 'carload o f be P ld th e s^if f-A" t "N
hae arrived In, the city wlhin the last of the ate Mr.K
for heurs. These were consigned to dent of the 9ot Mrtae f
the Independent Packers, but uslnion
teamsters refused to handle the stoek.- a TMIaM was ,a
Advice. from all the big cities and ts smmwwaiL aw
packing house centers state ttat Lte | ,
em M M & ~~~desfvNire eslsso alg
WIse of meat Is .at*i&y advacng. ed to Cla wkreas, ufS i wh-
and a now selling from 2 to 6 cantst Krger dd j gear g
per pound hlghet than a week -W Brtish aiater atl mM .
It is* also stated that if same condi Ge(erals C4rce a '9M
tins conetinue, the price witl double. Jined i the olleaInAg mtt
"rasr's dtei **
SCLDIERS GUARD NEGROES. -Boer. We ied Ita dWfti s

Gstty f Criminl Assauft a May a-& has l aoe.ae M eRm.
Be Lynched. o | nxe a ha i ma mf etsl
Camniden. N. J., July 16.-la reapone acteue of Sout tla. w
to a telephone message from the ly ft- dM A alliAn
sheriff of Baurlington county, Gover. tiagg he I1 wilO t
nor Murphy today sent a detail of the perhaps,
National Guard, now in camp at Sea-1 dt h g y yg
girt at this city. to escort Aaron Tim-V people and bees h IA
bers and Jonas Sims. the negro assal- vi ,e of the o er t h J
ants of Mrs. Elsie Biddle, to the Jail me areer e a
at MoWnt HoHy. Ie terraity af Worm
The -hber;ff informed the overaor 0osed he laU t al
that the ftel ng in Burinis n and mand *t Su Bme-
Vo t B Iff, Ai__~ I'_

l i of h mToiJ
sa la mer prom~s-

....i.ef s.. e.port, t the

et ailmis g tht I oi y o-

be ~i re, so the

ha s" a nteem "P- to satse sh
ale it -e plainly demon
J d t freights sld be simm-

4 7=.. e t.. 1tosynOth-
-ei ot -oftib- a. Tme slteaa*
wehiesariv a ed a few das
*mseewal l aw pred that
aW-i were it h proper b
3W t he people of Cedar
mth lncg thea line a
rt e folmappweriate the
Mteasb e of a welater line and
ni~wtir he Weat via New Or-

abss experiments by thea
laim whoelmie aerehlants of
liMD s who were entering so the
ggrla tader, bat cold handle
*tosiftsoe w t vs oniaae o unt
!:f swsis I r{h rates byh rail,
b y the; ralroa being *o
6 i Bthe rainiatethdstaee
r ag fro eight o Iten days
io8r f.lht to points between
il. and Cedar Key. With the
Igriehesdle now in effect freight
t Tered n Gaineille. fire
B with a reaction in freight ratef
i 4 worth oa. derin.
Ase astltof this steamUer line, F.
ALBambr of Cedar Key. a member of
.-*im of Banker A& Coatrell, 1has
itothebusine s with an ambio -
.tad~~im ad has de- onstrated
9a e*presntatlve of The Sun that ,he
l deliver grain and foodstuaft in
Weill Ille from the West from ten to
Mty per eent cheaper than it is pois-
0 osecore thesame goods a1ll rail,
I* aWotljagof the time uaved in
by the long rail route.
Tiexestateamer from New Orleans
BirI is] tomorrow, and is expected
"4tbhe will reach Cedar Key some-
Age daring Wednesday. This steamer
has large aborted eargo. and will
IAMtefreight for various point in

Cedar Key is also destined to be-
Rone the leading oyster canning point
OthbR9luf eRo t. The Mahoney Can-
sugCompany was established there
itoently wish 6 eapaeity of 6,000 cans
per day. This Industry gave employ-
1e6to a large number of people at-
ait isp W. L. Hodges, who has
bhmwofolly condonted a fishing and
itse buriness for masny years, is con-
loIn a cannery with a capacity of
1MX4.-w per day, which be will oper-

ibusiagss. apd a atnia from Ohio who,
bIeea eatemplating for some tine

t they haye made a final decision,
Ad Will arrive on the 2Sth Inst. to
*l*e ceostraen for oysters, and ala.
1agutmctfor the ereetion of a build-
lag,which amss be ready by October L1
Cedar Key is indeed threatened with
a gealme-boom, and It will be no snr-
pelse if that town has not within the

seat selve m th regained its for-
smer repaioa a hurling point
"eowi witth he spurs to. back- it

orKEy, whbh bring a great deal of
-y to "he people of that place.
They are the herie of W. od-
* A. W. obso,: who are boh
Amr geatren m Bad thorough boei-

4- O AgAst a*. wheo there will
e ipt fCsedar Key she.. e
tofm lbsof the i tribes of all
a e'ipir left Florida. The in-
lM p Ibtst th e h wdi he run-
a.j m y e. ^ n. 6

thousand of grateful
pe.-ple whio have be-n

ScI.Me mi painf .
ailments y the use of
Hamlins Wiard Oil".

Peuyl asbs cf its merit.
li M toeld ava triw.
gigao lHafsl. Ia." Wso .ra
InoM w46 i.sd 'o& Prics 5c.
Halim. CootIh Balsam cres
a cod prctly and Ienft
Hamna: Be and ir Pill
cre couutipstin, headache,
hounew, abwiburn. torpd
wlir et c.


Albany Pepi e Dec;de to t-cok Thor.
on utly *nto Aff ar.
Aibn.:- L Jly 16 -fHighty gl nsa-
tional 4.'a tthethrk to wich Chief
xr Pulici -.' N.! Wi-ctbiotiK will bw,
tried before. the- board of police com-
TIe trisl v il occur at a date to be
ldeQigniated as oOrn as the assurance of
of attendance of all the commission
can be had. The charges were placed
in the hands of Mayor U!ppitt Thurs-
day and at a special meeting of the
board called for the purpose, a major.
ity of the members being present Af-
ter considering the charges it was de-
eided that they were of sufficent serI.
ousness to demand the arraignment ot
the chief and the city attorney was in-
straeted to prepare to prosecute the
officer. The charges coter a num-
ber of closely witten pages and are
an elaboration of the general charges
made by Dr. Lea. G. Broughton, from
his pulpit here on the 26th of June.
and as the result of which the preach-
_er was cowhided by the chief.

S Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem, Mo., is instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney dix-1
eae for the last five years. I lost
eqbh and never felt well. Doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi.-
nasily I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
Ie than two bottles completely cared
me and I am now sound and well."
SoldbyJ.-W.Meollam & Co.


Mansion of Bor.ny Ctiff Destroyed by
3 Hrcwstr. N. Y.,July it.-The man
slon of 11r3. W. L. Fakig. widow of
the wel known horfemtan. was turned
to the ground! here par'y today.
-The servant g ri. Annie O'Brien. was
burned to Ctath anid Mrs. Fasig nar.
rowly escaped a similar fate.
The house and contents were de.
stroyed. the lost beAing estimated at
The mansio was on what is known
as the Bonny Cliff farm, once belong
ing to the late Daniel Drew.

Weak Hearts
Are eau ed by indigestion. If you eat
[a little too mucih, or if you are subject
I so attak of indigetion, the stomach
expends-swells and puffo up agaipat
the heart. Thi esrods the heart and
hornto the breath. Rapid bean
beats and heart disesse is the fnal,
result. Kodol Dyspep"ia Core digests
what you- eat, takes the strainoff the
heart, emres indigestion, dyspepsia.
ioar atemacbh, and oontributes nourish.-
at strength and health to every or-
i. o by all dig ii.

WAg V -waRs wVmw- -m qwo
I -e ww _fa ftey rO ea- A
Lt her sBemu e was th eF 3 a

mi e ttet heya .* eie*, a
:aert the ca ea - ohe i

] t. e espissttde, .Iea ear e
itry a They e rich, toI a poba3mI
4 three noJouw htased a yertukt
jat basUsesAe mr t ah e at ak-men*
Sthan they spe .d. In etder to gmre-
pbed Iredch lie and :Sersaer w
-vet bear on e fact inmae d. Appear
tace Is ndt a fetielt in France as he
I England; outside show he not m &arited

rond with reopect.
S-We jast not take the is sealed wel-
tie noveist's standard to be the true
one. Frenhiten. I should say. as a
rjue, spend a third les upon dress than
In men. It does pat low that
the Individual Is hel In slight entSem.

wardly resemble their sp anad span
english colleague. nor- do they affect
what is called style in their equipage-
i mAost case the conveyace is a bley-
cle-and manner of rving. How can
they Upon an Income detrfed from oe
jand eight penny fees? Hot many are
itas oftheword-that *, they trve con-
eiderably below their tamne a"d save
aIoney.--Chambaer Journal.
BasiaN Players and Foot RacersI

Louis J. Kroger, ef-champion long
distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writes. October 27th, 1941:
"Duaring my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April
last, I used Ballard's Snow Liinment
to my greatest satisfation. There-
fore, I highly recommend Snow Lii-
ment to all. who are troubled with
*prains, bruises or rhean Aim." ,m6e,
0ec,$1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-

The dangers of work in a. white lead
factory are descrilaed by a medical
authority In a dis-iusslon of the causes
and effects of lead polsonla. Moet
of the cases occur among the works I
in the department where the ppepara-
tlon of the carbonate of lead is carried
on by what is called the 'Mtcbh proe-
essm." In whicb the lead, to sheets, Is
placed on the top of pots filled with
acetic acqd and converted first Into the
subacetate and finally decomposed by
carbon dioxide emitted by tar. In mov-
ing the carbonate clouds of white lead
dust are easily caused by careless han-
dling on the part of the workmen, and
In spite of the respirators worn by
them much of the poison Is taken nto
the system.-Harper's Weekly.

Chamberlain'sa olic, Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy.
This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum-
mer is over. It can always be de-
pended upon even in the most severe
and dangerous cases. It is especially
valuable for suamer disorders in chil-
dre. It is pleiaanbtto take and never
fail* to give prompt relief. Why not
buy it now? It may ave life. For
sale by all drggist.

"Ife Tem T nars Reply.
The death of Henry M. Stanley re-
calls many -nwedt great explorer. tbut of his beautiful
widow. whri was M-!s Dorothy. Ten-
na.rt. Sbh, nl hrr ,sl-.t were brought
lit) sw:4 H.Ynv'b- iratouriety tby -
FP. _Pin s lo.' which one of th(1_
Is -asid to have inspired. While iLc
.lo'e1l w.a: the r'.e the anutor wr-.l-
to Miis Te!,imisit: LVar Mi.s Tc-nn:wn;
-.Tb,. wll h, vortU- K alklhndl )N.t
you and nli..:t !y lok. WVben taiy
I ical?" For .- hre was told: ".7keair
3Mr. B ipnsu- ii:ve you really writttr
a lw':? Ia 4 sw-tt tf you!'. C(;1t nLy
time." int tb* was rerer at home.

Cured of Itching Piles.
SW. R. Flint, a merchant of Orehard,
Isla., writes: "I had been greatly troo-
bled with itching piles for several
years and tried many o-alled pile
care without relief, but was complete-
ly ered by Banner Salve. It is the
best pile eure." Sold byJ.W..MoCol-
lum &o. C

V 'ky He Chan~rtl WeIpiam.
Here yoiu i. -, tr:Ao.' a"in." said
the colorel dewicu. "1*idah't 1 tell you
ter fibht yo' way onl-y wid de sword er
de Sperrit"
"Yes. suh." replied the penitent, "but
de razor was so handy."-Atlanta Cou-

S Under your loose, 1
l faBllg a risa brtain.

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Jackeonvmile and.. New York,
Calling at CHARLiTON, 8.C.,b oth ways.
Th. 1her Stsmab, IU. f Catv Swv -
Clyde New England-and Southerm Lines
irect service Between JACKBONVLLE, STOSad
PROVIDENCE sId All Eastera PImtsI,
Calling at Chauleston both ways
Southbound....... .... ..I.Frm Lewis' Wharui, Bost
Northbound............. From Foot of -Cterine s.. Jackuoui-e

Cv1 t. .S obs Ri liv
Between JACIDoXNVo IdLm a and SANIOj D
Stopping at Platka, Asr, t Francbi. Sewrlmd (DeLead), ad lat~si*Mid
I andinga on Johs River
Lvme Jaseaoville SJ0 p. m. S Tesdays and Thrday
Lea Sanford 9 a. m. days, W aand Fridays.
Is appointed to sail asrolems:
sdow. SCHEDULE .r-mE L-
Leave 3-8J pm............. .Jacksonville........ .. .A.r. .2 a
8.4 pm .............. ... .. .... ... .... e
s0oIam..............:. ... Ao ................ :
4:$0am............ ...... S. t.Fra et................... 1)0 -
*.............Beresford (DeLand) ............ I2dOlB%
Arrive : am........ ...........anfo ........... ..... *:O
10 0 am.... ..... ......E terprise.............. .- IO
... ..l..Ea.-JR.. A Ge Pass. M t. 0 West Br --s.. .
W. G. COOPEB.Jr..FrtetAgren C. P. IOYlZU. S....eaa...
f Fot"orfueemUtjanOOo,..e.
A.CH.AGTY.GeiL EsIt's Pass. At.. New Yet. CLYMILME .caFrt. jNewT
General Manager. General Agenit.
CbesebrobhBa3ifte. to6teoeet.lNew Tek




The Atlantic Coast ine

Montgomery amd L & I. or iii Flyer Thrm k
Atlanta and Chattaegap.

Roond Trir Rates Fronm G eville:

on sale dail. Gecilxtyday.


days. On ae*

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On a daily. Good till Dee. 25.


On sale dai. Good fifteen

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ges ahrs.e th- usual hoer.

siike rim.
s..-" eii.-s.at lgest? ens 4lof ereL-
P h- eet...C_. ae. -
ae. BI h phie_.S-Mabats.

< e.ic e eIsthis i eemse i o

paer.- f imW _o. MA.ho.ist
C asek. .
i:. -_Oellwe-el oommunion at 7 a.i
p. bgday school att a. mi. Morn-
fVgVpawSaiu srmon as 10B) a. W.
L n Potuelek .thelic Chureh, Rev-
---- J.! Un .--aervile at the u a

Second Advent ChribstMa Church,
-Rev. 1 King-or ning service-

ag-evi- '-: o- i -ei p. m. Subjeet, "Key
S of trth; Our Reason for reliievngin

e.aty o40 W_, wQuestio.s Asked ath
"g--..r"" Sunday school at .- .
--. e . ubisu s Bteiep iof te to e I
pI0es" of worship.
A Pbmsant S brprse*
The Epworth Leagae of KavTanagh
l-e ;b bCu eld a; delightful
u1=10hparty at the home of Mrs. .
B. Pdgets Friday evenia in homor of
Eihe Beaa,, the charming sister of:
UAs Padge"t, who is visiting -her
Tbe 164g6 was out In fail force and
e evelng waspmassed ina mwst de*

Oe of the most amusing tesatues of
the eomeuln was when a certain yong
aesns'teaptBed to "talk maStes over"
wit a L eyog lady, like Bakis, "he
was wIllig," It e said, but the guess
atserferred, and the story will be con-

Cotton Crop Good.
T1 Hie, who owns a fine farm
in the Alacesh section, has retarded
to S6e eity after a couple of days' work
lJpervising th~ place. Mr. Haile
has one -of the finest arms tI Athe
county He has 100 ares of the fne st
cotton in the county and expects to
barvet as Inua as any planter in tthe
iecaty with the same acreage. The
p peare tra d sad Mr. lalle will
no doubt realise his expectations.
A Commendable Act.
Te brof in lleappreciate the
|omplimentpaid by His HonorJ
J. T. W"ils in coming to this eity to
bear several eases in chaacery2 The
attorueyi in the various Cases would

ta*rke. which would have mean! not
usly extra expense, bat an extra ex-
yUle have been greatly convenieneed
by the visit of Judge Wills, and they
appreciate the courtesy.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten

". *wish tosa a fewwordsin praise
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

Bor to Martinarille V I suf-
fered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
years and during that time tried vari-
ons medicines without obtaining any

-permanaent relief. Last summer one
of my children was taken with chol-
era morbuo, and I procured a bottle-of
_this remedy. Only two doses were re-
quired to give her entire relief. I then
decided to try the medicine "myself,
*"ad did aot use all of one bottle be--
-- fore Iwa well. and I have never since
been troubled with- that- complaint
s10 _ne ,mn s v --ehin favor of
that wonder edee. ThOi rm
d, isfor-le-by all druggists -
Saseba' -
There will be a ball game between
ctholord teams of Gainesville and
sal ona Monday and Tuesday after-I
-aoons, when lover of this great
eill have an opportunity to see
exhibitionn' Thehome-boysare in-
aere aofition,m sad it is said that the.
rilsk City teainis a swift proposition.
Cue tamewwil.eeaHedwas 80. .
41 ge.j 3:D

-M: t. -+Mr. Cfa O pm left
-.y. o forr eiet, -

nsdkoad Ml at aticipte a
ilt t their .o toe.S New TOrk
SMite. sIBo .-. imamI.. ad fami.y
will deputy for abree about A .
.st 1. M. (oion montemtplates
taking in the 's Fair.
As regards thi seess of those
taking in this vicinity, with the
exeption of on or twono large
amount of noneyh bes ea made. Cab-
bages were late o ing to the dry sea-
s it, and were mostly sold at very on-

rites were left rot n the fields.
Cokes, though selng as longas there
were any to out, never sold for big
prices. Some caj be said of the let-
toee rop. Those who were fortunate
inoojh to get beets -in early made
money a prices ruled high. Clint1
Crown and B. Crown shipped a0 great

Chas. MaeDonald has had trouble in
keepngap with his gg plants, as the
yield has been immense apd labor
seare. Had priees -tled as high as
asual he would have realized hand-
somely. Ris crop was one of the fines
in the country, bt it was a- cae of
overproduction or under e onsampton.
We are inlied to believe the fonraer
the resato Mr the isl mp in the mar'
ket-owing, however, to the partial
failure of the Jersey crop, they are
till yielding a profit of 9E- to $1 a
crate. ._.d a ;,
Prealdent's instruction In Mississippi
Are Disregarded.
Jackson Miss.. July 16.-President
Roosevelt's intimation to the Republic.
ans of Msissisplpi some time ago that
Ie would like to have them put cou-
gresslonal ticket inn the teld tis year
does not seem to have been heeded by
the leaders of the party n this state.
Only one Republican has thus far
entured to offer himself for congress
and there are jno indleations that
others will do so.
JIft Hil. a negro, has offered in the
fifth district

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winstow's Sooth-
ing Syrup, for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gams,
allays all pain cares wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen-
ty-five cen"t a bottle.
The Beautiful St. Johns River.
One of the pleasures of travel in
Florida at thi time of the year is a'
trip on tOe St. John. river between

Line is running a strictly first-class
service and its patrons are well

only P3 75, including meals and state-

Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at
330 p. m.. and are due in Sanford
about 9 o'clock the next morning;
leave Sanford, returning to Jackson-
ville, at 9:80 a. m. Monday. Wednes-
days and Fridays, due in Jacksonville
2 o'clock the following morning. Pans

If you wish a cool and pleasant trip,

with plenty of good things to eat and
stateroom accommodations, our advice
is, take a trip on the beautiful St.
Johns river. F. M. IROXONSGIR.

vim Vs 0 -af te i

hWasburu, i roou-A3. a*4j t ofTa.
Wy Wifa-. Just as. -el. r

shot and killed his wife and ager
today ai t*i residence lad tbn eosi-
mited saicide.

we ue&?. be mble. bet X6 R*
Of late. be It noted. the taior has be-
come quite an unreasonable and gratIl-
tos- drain on anwmen's purses.
Formerly you were his patrol He
was cery civil and gave you uninter-
ttet portnities for seeing te tap
of his lead and the back of his neck.
-He rubbed lis -hands and crawled be-
fore you for 5 guInes a su t. If you
paid any time before the death of the
sieniot partner in -his business be
-bowed you to your equlpage and said
In his heart that you were a great geB-
Today he Is a vampire, -he sucks your
blood, he walks erect, he chooses cloth
for you, you must have what he tells
'you to have, his terms are cash on de-
livery. his credit will last you six
months, and as-often as not be is a
member of your friends club.
He is the person who makes you or
mars you. With his bit of mapstone
be can turn you out just so or not just
o. lRe civil to him. 1 adjure you. YmO
are only a poor. soppy. brainless, rnTy-
eling rascal of a man. If you be not
wen dressed you will bcome a wreck.
a hulk. a derelict.-a castaway on the
misty shores of business and soiety.r-
London Gentlewoma.n.
Burgess-Oh. yes; Charley Is all
right; a Little eccentric, though. r've
noticed several times when he has bor-
rowed a lead pencil, Instead of putting
it Into ls4 pocket, as any one elm
would do. he hands it back to the own.
r.-Boston Transcript.

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Ok, It Makes Me Smile
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AUGUSTA, GA., 4 00

'. -Colambit S ,1. stool
wanen ^. r Of r asanio ,.,P--m. .Ri.l,n- 5. I J 01

tbnr o-. I I v Ss th n most mai.ui-
-c+i I,-- i?; ,.. , llom seel. IBefore
the f:.1, ,f iT. temporal power the
whole fac eti '. 4wven the Imn4nse en-
Ipol were out- litd Iy innumerable lit-
tle lamps. prod!ieing a perfectly st1m-
pendous effect. but now the lighting Is
limited to the facade. The Interior is
only Illuminated for some most im-
portant event, such as a sanetification,
.when from every arch and from the
roof in the nave hang huge crystal can.-
delabra with candles. so cunningly in-
terspersed with electric light that it is
difficult to detect the latter.-London
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
That ever was made is Dr. Kings
New Life Pills. These pills change
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power. Tbey're wonderfully in boild-
ig up the health. Only 2te per box.
S by all dr-ggsts.

Friday, Juiy 22, 104.

With Day Coaches and Pullman Sleep-
ing Cars. Via


Leave Jaeksonville ....... 745 p. m.
Arrive Columbia..... 6:00a. .
Arrive Augusta........ 6". a. m.
Tickets limited three days in addi-
tion to date of sale, good returning on
last train leaving Columbia and Au-
gusta Monday, July h.
Further detailed information will be
furnished upon appli~tko to

SBW-est hy 6~, 1qbTs. m...... .


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SrplAue and UndivAded Profit...

.m _e--. a u k* s- .a m W IN- ...es..1wame,
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Abtrao of Tide amW fal ihsealem Me e Baft- g- o

Oret. Our s geds A sn lIi.

M.N .--a

-Our basiaen is strictly coafined to the arua deeailhm iod-b. W
ership of land, and we haveo private or pere "A" Pe ia
with that basiness. We make a specialty-of the Ahw ti e -I
all atersinin to he assessmnt and payw 0poIit
demotion on ing tax sales. When yow Need eamt e
vise ia our line call on or write as. Notary pablin a7



Rates $2.50 per day and up. Room.
private bath from May 1 to No-
vember t $8per day.





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At OCALA, aiDsA.

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None Better in the State at 2 a aY o- Portes
Meet all Trais.


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PEN Si ir 111wa FlUrs, &ler Ai, bMt ui Bw, WEEin
We for orles. Cases n d bottles awre sot soM. but as be r 4 -

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Highes market price paid for Chiekeas. E ad other iPmd

A Complete stock of Ray, (a, Oak, Flow. em, Mea, <_
s"d R& We hle. the VUT mpuT .b t I" m .
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w. t NoLowAY.
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*vausbiewebaveyoa tet aw
otueamingthis Saumaer? Do anot

G"5lteigh5. Rave a fixed point of
1WM i* view twork stawaN thaa.

ggiMastefc a solit train 800 allag

ty lIs A D eieoarat an a e ab ti k t a t imfts. o bla mi e lane b W1^

A r- -bls. r atid N!aeu1 9 It id t3jUj ado",
eaaae raemmean eas n t1 ;:ame with tcid 1O 0 *
..... g 4f _. tdmth..... and--e-es ...e P -CiiIC
Mr. dMf 4 best to gE the gold W h1 14d. A bWaket dihuP eaaiR swat ii binak esat Ms epl n I W
-a In tse platform. Agreed toby m l i wi make godtsei ed ki clear, yelow, watery 33aln'
*t attee it wa* thmown dowa seadthe eask earlawg fewier iwvry d -pek ofr incales or S peeticlesathe S
by eI committee. Ti made lte. Th b s always p- f. that water will aust u e- l .-. -,
S at er J e Parkr h the m n cannot rsr. wr we sSs
w-d hito peak ot his leter a e od aking B
of aee or send tbemeasge, Thtwheat fttrmers St Bet rs Wash- aegsd poboms, Ecsaa at- -_______ ,aggleass
wite dsed. to the convention. ag S ,t' :to ha -e.t a erop of tack a with redouebld vio- :

-. ,- T- M. AM. St--0 i .- -
Tebre-a other way out i. els tt They ad the i -
O ritoa. we are clearly of the lnatseI~ aagr area ever befre o dstrcted by the fear- w d. h SirI- .* '.

VM i-; .o ode:-
piol t bedeeied brightly. Hi d h aToble eo. iting and bring It
tiefa tlie onception which the The daileay e of the tains of sad aggravating1 all skitn
pary haVd if sosominee. Mr. Bryan'* this couty i 2,750,000. Wraptions and a terror in
iblio alts hannles t his feet. warm weher
Jols Shap Williams a"ewered it A bookkeeper in a bank should be a A Medigiveton
eoapletelj. It emannot Dow be said, weil balaened majim. pO.y ase-, but -s-c -asa Ii- -;
asit wld bae been said, except for is not due to outside causes
this indet, that the fa of Parker One passener is killed for every to a disordered odi
is bat a ask to conceal the features S,00000 carried. ton of the systemand Aovesa
t Bryan. It eanot be said that our sat be sti a o te l
Asweoberedyet ,platfo The girl from Dakota was 8,8 Ilta
do- nt impress u as they one. did. the spring months le a rral city In
Nor do they impress the voters. More New England. She bad never been F I I i- I-
and more t people look t tohe can- east before and was breezily enthuslas it- .s.l
didate. wi- were as _an unflinching tie over the delights of the New .ag- l m m ar l
friend of the Gold Standard, perfeely land 1arm and woodait and especialr L- blood .t a...r
ri gte to te tow platta-form n tuis ly lavish In expressing herjoy a lit- that o w
.o riwtie oli thor withoo t faaneial -- oo -kum .* '* e a a tb g en t ter J
1 ostess protested against ano mMch en making it an idalT sping nueicime. Tr at Zcain u
aid in k oW*ft leaving What -tho, anl "do you know, I neer sa w- 1- -ln 4M q m i y -dail._, .; -i
we did not wanti int wa poison. No a real brook before. I used to read l r y ..
more did want eqTivocation. But Tennyson's Brook'and think It rather its DiSea, c ea M
Since Judge Parkerdeclares that there foolish and meaningless. I never saw withoutt cost to yoU. f- -
mast be neiher evasion, nor silence, a brook rush and gurgle and dash and
why, gold It isd god igo .it ~ ~be sparkle nnd prattle ntl I. came into.
far a I oeerned. ths part of the country ere I e
t ociliedL brooks are merely slfg- -
His stand tor honor and truth will gish. th i. mudy t' trams.with noth-
win him thousands of hearts among itn pictr-qtse b-ouMt them. m read-
those men of the West and Sout.h who In, tt poii all thronr again now,
et believe i free silver. It will win Owlid l n i0 it for th-e first i
tens of thousands of rotes of those of ti: '- Ysrk Tiies.
the independent voters of the North
and East who stickle for gold. It will
not oeasthim a State. It ogbt to en-
able him to arry the doubtful States. 1Rheum atism ARotund Trip. On &ff Roand Trip. ,0.
It oughtin a word, toinsure the elee- s n e.Good e o f ail Ge
tion ofhe ticket. tMMn if ld. fe d
Let ua parenthetically observe that wn o a AA Roond Trip. On Ncedi A setsM
the ticket is. Parker and Darvis. a dle d aily. iood Al l UII S
We hardly expected anything quite its -o M aay daywi. le. Wwa -. e.. I
s good as the Grand Old Man of West
Virgiba. Mr.Daviwillbeeighty.o e C to get O t O S UTHERN RAILW AY
years old the 16th of November next,. ui CO rect the -CO-
but he the ivelt and the. youn- of the blood o w
est old! mabr ir one---not even WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE ST. U7 .
Morgan and Petts-4 to flond be- ee S ods Saa- _
tween tidewater and Pike's#Pk. P li i Ji t1g Oppad
nomination deals Us West Virginia, ter u Aant and Cattano Or Co.1 ear Ah a ,
Maryland and DelAware, gives Parker a*- e ,u b of-a.
a help-mate a well as a yoke-mate, only T ne front Fori with1s own ras Ito Si. Loea Twa araf daEr oma
and pats in second place a trained and JacksauiaBle. Through deeping er.
able man of affir who might readily Stop|ers Golar and Retrurint At prinebel amounsais -i sxewrst
flight Btplore tcroeans lao Eosm TIeYSeEP I. No eitr cot. A TTmialTy to slis tal sll *nn
IIIirst place. t t nof Worlds Fairs and spend a Tacatlojn the moua aWtere sitde tiSesa h e
Henry Gassaway 6avi first saw the arou e sie 'pri.re countrs.satesuonwraetiwroarshe

rentage; but left an orphan whilst yet . F, O . -.. us- -, .-
a lad, be had to quit school and go to
work for a Hing. Thus he began eat for
what ripened int a great career with e aP l

on a railway. Then he was freight Air I \ a ilway
conductor and station agent. Thence Ir LS ne ad way
he rose to be what he was born to be- . FOR.-
a leader of men. His was no muah- . FOR. |

room growth. It was steady, slow f-- ,
and re. He tided the oal mine Savannah, Cola Camd S
and railways o West Virginia through ai-gmm 4 -_MB W _
Spi. of ..u .,i h IIm III:iam Is Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash- :
development. i _
He entered politics, and, as a lheal ington, Baltimore, Phi -a
lie-laor sled i ueful arts and Son-Anll n
ervative oliie. Aa senator in I h
d haNe Y krk
OoWngrt-retiag after twelve years I the t ealin l
ofemi.ent a ditinguised servicee the world. It at f Sw Cuts
on his own moion-he was never noisy Bar.s sad all Skin bsa_.-M
in debate. alwy strong in coansels psittvty I WO gant T 2
a Democrat from Waybaek, the friend WW&3
SThran broer C res w Seaboard E
RapardGormsnk.kinsman and in the
National Democratic Committee Gor- A. &l ehar, Iast n tObl c '
am-s shield asid buekler. We shall b -aeaboa
Seabo -d
aive no hugger-maggr business with Em '" -- -
Henry Davis oa the box;. but instead wi- "nd - -- .. .. .
shall drive a eoach-and-six right l s t r
through the ead of the Republican D-EfiMLtA] I _LLg
coluns tin s te-of the Teddy and 444yJ.W.3u rU1IA^
Faiaakart! --- -.--
Wow, le the itie go ot We ha
atleket of wh.ik every Democrat in M.
land may bp proud. We have a t aim I
p warm whiekimo sane Democrat ca" ....kee
Is Vae. Teaauin_ -n we dwee d-
7:F. 75-. .-- : .-

(trf.:^i^ ro'oKSS ^^^ t^ ^ 1- ^*yfi.n.f. .i^-^L^^-"' ^i^r"-'

2 :

ttena.a e~ai business to
ow I a stoata.
-hfalt was iJedt -i0rlanthie
tas fortanate enough to es
werflow copid qt be reaches
metlfthe bdus of the coas.
h llram had li et auchori
I to await the ubsidence of
o -bore a eI* oul be soe

-hese-earhI ~-

Ask the rem.e of -is paper who a- e
mambvlBwithiidlg.esatlpor dyspepsla
oalan themt at moes ad gset abot-4
i ofat Kol ppi re. If you
knew the vle sof this remedys we
kw it yo" would not safer another
day. Kadol Dysep~p Care is thor-
oah dm t and tIasuMe-boildio
tola: e ve. Itiaesdoned penonall
by buindreds of peopl whomn it ha
eaed e of idigesMtio. dypep in. palpi-
tatos# Mfe heart .ad Aomaeh roub-
les gMenealy. KGao ospepsa Cre
p.1~tabs and sreagrtbnieg.

The a of a t neddisb Uoe B er Tha"
-the -fate Ienliw.
There is sot pfobabli 1n Important
dietlticdfWerenve liitwpen two eggs
the yolk of one of whit is very pale
reiow colur and that of the other a
krich almost reddish color. It is-a o-.
torioa ftact that the Yo*atry produced
egg may usually be placed c.der the
latter description, whlIe the egg pro-

et r. Mr eal .R. M. Alva

^ l pyw ttaOplavi-e, wOereW

*tae eotler. bat fter
teso e m -amn.e to S.torke.
i -tie le. -bealth wa poor

S b iand eosed for bhi. nP-

sattoLake kCity, leading his
giNhe. At lake City he followed
inAlarber for. short timne,
J eft e State satt nothing
--.4 . -fhim --- .U he W -I
e fw ogoatChttoa.

ithe-e deserted wife ed child
i -p- weditb her pareuto.
^Imtabees leafred tromi what is
eufed aeelableso0ree that at the
rof dhitaw riage here Tyle had af
Twife trems whom he bad sever
ditoedftand hi addition to the
~~f wife desertion he will be.
I.e.-ge of big-my." --

-A e to health i-, serve tension,
imses Ide to brry and worry, but
A tiseamtf tea due to poor M -di.

r aatiop The i condition-s all
aBthem th d andvtill keep your
a e jdg- f- ye do- not remove
o by a sGreen'i Augmst Flower.
Sno ers*tomeh medicine in
than Aug at Flower, and no
sore for indigestion or dyspepsia.
bottle, 26. Big bottle. 7U.. at

.Hawing a ig Tie. :
_fiht e4dilr of The Sun had ca.
NI to vwiit Oedar Key Friday on
ean ad foand his friend Edu-
ll seil ejaoyiag the seaport ad-
Staat sown in a nosst atis-
g saaner. Cedar Key is the
P et the O'NeIll's and both,
are enjouring
.They seem to be poputar
as everybody seems to
ei O=and hare a kind word of

S Meos. O'Neill and August
i -sr wens early Saturday morn-
otheelam banks, where they en-
Sthe forenoon gathering clams.
Sare plePtitfl near Cedar Key
d thesupply i. extra large and

Piflea Upon Top of Pes.
ie upon top of pile of people
a hepiles, and DeWit's Witch Ha-
uve cures them. Therare mwany
knd of piles,but if you get
ni"e and original Witch Hasel
|amade byE C. DeWitt &Co.of

of Bemnmerton, S. U., says, "I
3e yeas and DeWitt's Salve
lre after everything else failed."

Killed at Church.
lglaam. JA!a.. July 16.-At
H&ate Springs. Tuscaloosa county.

Lollahad prevIouly knock-
down. Both belonged to

alt pott7 matter. -<:

. _..,i-,y Shw p. _
"For years fats was itr me -om.
tinuously" writes A. G.negs Vet.
bea, Ala. "I ad a terrible ease of
piles earing s tuin.s When all
Meis Blu...'s Armes Sa-l .m -
-ma. B --- s o m ud all
-n o* w

hu mz J

dtced by the hen that is under an un-
healthy and limited environment shows
an ansemie color. generally a very pae
yelow. Thte eggs of wild birds-as,
for example, the plover-show a yolk of
- rricf reddih color.
The substance which contributes col-
or to the yolk of the egg Iron, just as
It Is iron I.which gives c lor to the
blood. and there seems to be little
doubt that the iron compound in the-
yolk f the egg- s of a similar nature
to that of the blood. It Is easily as-
IIlated, and egs are regarded as a
sultable food for the annemli person,
as they present a concentrated and.
generally easily digested form. of nu-
triment rich In Iron. The Iron com-
pound of the egg has In t fet, been
termed a "haematogen, because it Isi
probable that from it the blood of the
chick- is driveid. The amount of iron
In the yolk of an- egg would- appear to:-
Increae with the Intensity of It. color.
and there can be little doubt that the-
maximum is reached in the alchly col-
[ord yolk of the egg produced by a
fowl existing tohealthy sromindings
for then tfs processes of nutrition would
be working under very favorable eon-
ditons. As an article of dlet there-
fore, the egg should be Judged not by
the color of It shelL bIt of the yolk,
which should be of a rich reddish rath-
or than of a pale yellow color.-Lancet

A ease eame to light that for per-
iatent and unmertiful torture has
pedirhaps neer been equaled. Joe
Goloblek of Colosa, Oal writes: "For
15 ye ars endtred insufferable pain
from. rheumatism ad nothing re-
lieved me though trid everything
kown. I came acro Electrie Bit-
Se-, and it's the greatest medicine on
earSh for that trouble. A few bottle*
of it. completely relieved and eured
me." Just as good for riverr and kid-
ney troubles and general debility.
na W0e. Satisfaieton guaranteed by

.- hen f at- s wWeWearee.
In a erou colection of ancient
Welsh laws, dated D A. I) appears
the follwinMg sentence. "O4mhich it,
wvald appear that eats were rather
scarce at that time: "The worth of a
kitten until it shall open Ita eyes is one
legal penny; from that tine till It shall
kil mice, two legal pennies; after tt
shall km mice, four legal pence, and so
it sha l always remain. t

-'M I understand yo to say that
Skadchaae was sluerfti from heart
trouble brought about by fnanlcal em
"l1. I saad he was Offertag from

by heart trouble The e e wa
engaged to has jilted him."

s. aSpeak Spalsl ?
sme ,. 'y. of the ew-
booklat entitled, "What to

pwas-lger agent, At.
i.e railroad, Savannah.

_wtai ... .... e tamEy- eas U t-

. rAfl lb "r "a se the r .B,*o:+ " -. --+.
Sfcitk for wepat esOathm. "I 0*

i-wpe--ka --M- -:*- -. -. -.e.t I-" - e: \. _-/*, A : ::: : ft [flm
e h wIhat herat -A twt- -"s- tl..
two Jse 'uswea calmly.

66- ee ai the .-r_ iuedaix s, an n 3. I t b -tt- -- .. t. sW o ciut Ci s a~m "-: -- A
a -tdA-are--B -- IM VO. L Boardof o ssWI.I'd- ...... s.M__ .:. -_

toaiu,- de r. was the a swer, "t .- .... .

... .e. .te .ein e w se had .........a...te II' ... u O ....BD. -. . -_ ..*" w +-.IIL i i ;
you aiwfa s two of mel"r mrs
And that caine the. rhem thatow

S ca- -"e ; -. r @ SC-+
* matter of greater It lastantl to t Coasp .. Lot .. .f i- .. .. o . o. .. 1 514 a TOP %O
oo mt et he yaedr ea#A .=Ua mi 11W.. ne9g 1Saft-O
omnit ents which ba adii ofe* Dewfarnes o .. r -...... a ia as
uet d W we an ..... .......... .......
.was re -e.ac g or ae object, san it wM .I.O ... s... i a1 1 . . .... ........ . te -s .I :-I .: E'
S matter or great astcmlshmmt te I* c y .. S
90" I-a#& stom- .... -a W-..-Bt,,Fa -.i+....... .i N -i s I> +l W:-
Cl- o- rnal. -n.. t hro"tr e" 14 .. ...or ..... .. ... ........ .. . I :- --?-
.- toe. .i o in -..t. l-4oe ..... ..... ............ 117 I M ---
by" t.la e- N een N ea b F- te.-. U eIIo.stS--of.-c-. e ... ... ... .. 1 1 1- .s_- ai-
defini te .11 e ofL Ae la JeaInI. .". al- 0 o% a o A s awl-k -o*w'1 ul-4 a1 #
W-a-s- .. ... I. .. I-aim. ...of-S. l ........4.... ....... .. .... . -17A w -'.
A xmanyor ases prononeed hope+' a 1ca. w177........................................ 10 a1 B a
*i I -.had hon ao m wn an d I hp s o M. a .I. n Pcon C A w esor anty .i I. _. . .... s
by-phytteat h ebeia n euRe by o- e ae s.C. 6$4 A ltJ .................. .A... is ..... 5 --
aow andgtara ...... L.. 4. sBugaie AAs 6wB-Mof s e4&AM.C O. S gi i u g e m
i f r a tf A De s -.. ...I.. .Al a bu .. ......... ...... ... ..... Ia 1" 4* ...I. .

be ter ontil a edb feT' HoIned and IaW. C o ma ....... A -ls o s M 4M...... ............. 7 a, .
- "- .-- "2pia w .ai-ai .--. A"--e.or*W AO orBM... w W at a 0
T or Itobelpedmewrigt= fron dthe sar ,. cUII A- ....... AanI tfI H4L o a Orr .e.. .. 3. 1 O O .--
e - "h ilB ... n AflO al49. to. el-. .................... 5 8 i i -.
andtoppedthesitt blood"$nd ". "" -.... aAofe . .. toI7T M OP -

pain i" my lungs and today am sound Jen.ae .. o.,i ..... DeB . ;
adwell" -Soldby J. W. Meollium w. .. ... ...Sif . .................... 1 SO O
A C o -t"" W .A Strieki n C... -. ye I; ac 10 me n & "W -.A A-
-__ ._ __o _ ebniusaeL6sw1... ..... ........ S -Oft
Sw e rt TrutCo e .l es. er . ................. iI 9 : :
w.. w S.&eA r e........ -t wM -of nw. 4................ 9 9 --
iW B D^ WSO Z1'TITE'1AHY S.l-.---tu-..-.... ..n... Blonl,,f .. . ................ I IIOP I m H I-

MrsEC Sulmgftekow AM0en4wof swilit" .... 5 01 a OP
S, eaIoi WAc lough ..... ol uw .... ... .......... .. S o I as -

alcE A.CR ug'.ew sI-s le.ss cres ...... 13 OP s o O
S. B B ....... . .. .... ...
" i m VA- Io - am E SK le I ...... ... wi-.S. .e .. e ..e.. ....... ..11I. t. M 14 .: I- 2 1.It.-SOL-

Jo cbe.tI. .-. .Io a i Sobl ........ Haieprp ar... .... I0 IS
nO.K. t i e .s..C L.O t e ot o bk 4. 3. 1.r. wi. -w -
h ut-Ue ...UNS.. -. 14: ._ :J:_- --

JackniiUe, Flrda. *S.ito h r w -' -
.E.s ...e. B43k-.R .Orfwl v e. ..............g I
Ns. M. D.TeEbo ... w24oLo A 21-42ofoL .I. .A a. W4 of +
of, e .................... ......... .: -U.

___ Ms. M Jd Uwat .... e eol-4. les30aereI.. ...-..........f ii s s N -5 W-
.ft FirbakS Al trM iaGran. .leu -tht o ia :
S E r rd'o an ......... .... .. ....... ....... a
-S. -ra "-"f. wBII A .l...o... ae r B...... . .. 1 0 1 a, -


As good as any and better than most
Beer. Made of Hops and Mali
and NOT RICE.r

Per Barrel......... $10 o50
Per Do0zen.. ......... 12

Gtimuesvile cmie Works



Can turn sad straighien whole length
of Shaftingmi Pipe-Cutting
up to 12 irehem.


oCiner Orove sea avrersn eeu.
PhofelSt P.O.soMI

Resmmer thr~.

DdBTend to ANSPW1



-The Baud wml meet t be cierkt'se offee m the first ayr Isa -maL l. bj -k. -
day Of said ot. A. D. -M4. to bw anddeterme *anII ei l ru b in ow
law no ebares ana be made t the asMesment raw.. ...
a u ~- LH. C.0DOW
Clerk of the Boad of (Ma ty Co.MU

Gainesvillo& Gulf Railway

Time Table in effect July ,, 10 M

S i 4. No. 1 1. -.
bcit Daily Daaly.J STATIONS. Dft*y.D oi

7 45 ...... .. ........ ....... ... ..
s .. '. ... ....... I ise.B........ .....,.. ........ *
W I .de. ...... ... .... 5
s8 !0 .. ..... HiAek l Ia........... ...... ........
S 16 stee ... ....+:L~..: 8 --t< ,.to .. ....t-.". ........'" Ili
880 ............... .. ... ........ n. ...p"I .. .. .

f8i i .......... .. .. ...... M td.......... ..... '. a
8 5 -.. .. ...... P ew D. ..I..... .+ ..... .... 4-
9 i08 .......... ....... ......W a~S. .. ... ...... 4
9 15 ( 1........ ........ ... ,Rocky oint..... .. ... j4 -
115 -*A 0 708 ...... Be y. 8....... .. 8-." *

11t3 7O T27- !........ ,.. ha .... 8.; | t -
. .. i
, 7 .15 .t7 5 .. ..a C L .. $ f 8 .- ,, -.
..... ..l B a..Ja e l J. .... ft ****j .... .

..8....4...... s 1 p .....T anhisG a. A. 0... 7 im 1 .p
....... 10o n 10 .-...Va o.ta ... -- A s.-5f$
1...7....: 34 4 9-20 ...M Go c. .. 9- 0 .,..

:.. 3 ......i a?4^ 7 g..I_-- A 1 C.G.ShF.--.*:i1 Iu* .

37. HLL-ILuit

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...... m..

te r s.a w -e . a "s- -+ ;^ ea e l+ l

-A -- ..... : I : ..

moe.a~- ava atbms m lit _a wstm -
tatngmae ti -etfhe tir A--e :for the-

.. -"agr"nt. for tie rar hasm- am k Vi o S f L Co a n
S i fnlb.6 ut3g bad a pla r avalthis a O L O
w_- l sa- t co.P,_jm r by told. one of hisitme oef with an as, ieor i be s te b e naide, ad paP

-fi t An. -IM
atP01ibigoptte.tlars a- as fast a-hs he boats brought ta tg the p as ofaer ah inth atla
eian to order Thursday mornai. The her pieces were then dutaped OR- by ee mltigg U. (ll CO or uids, ,-

a t sport time before M~iolnmeun. or s o afterward hen he -sard h Br-
Aith er hee ate oia tiep blor, ,Ms .a esattegatl with t oa redge an d ta
1ohoedthat there wer h ms.egod
Lit :r e-n re *n mftteie T ake The Atlantic Coast L eine
c-trwie, shbou4 -te feLiP4rto d. ihlm for curosities, and he eard, of course,
i iiee as their Qr se as e sar. eean t uh. FO R ALL r EARTHLY PeITS
are. r 'All that yow seeded 1n 4015,'

1C y trnteW"t-te -t se'hiiiMe er:ts te. D ot yet a know that "a tt
aviacrrabe report. It excited no de. starfsh can be cat into as many as six iEl.llj..k.. I3Uti Mmmse'ry
ate at all ki tbe sen roate when it aa ces and still no t only s'vive but
as aits pase anfr a newarh f a er. Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Smmigration bi -rea bi Mr.:
ttews, af the twenty-thir, was the I Time Table in efeet June .190.
sCpetiat ofe ithire senate and wa TiLftBo ofe ChaLb eran'a
Sup ,the rst th e- O a nd. Lir Tai. Depart For gAINSVILL Anneoa .
Uminares of the session. Mr. Mar. I have, I belive, sold Ifty boxes of.
tws was the first speaker. OCinmberslain Stomach aad -iter 7=00pm High fpila andliter- j :O-la s
r der, iacson, and te M et on the eommn daion of one Da i a Poe -
ther member j o the special am. la her who iarse-bouht a box ou 12:40pm Oala.Ie Tamp, nad 3 pm
ae_ ipoAthed by the legislatue Y* about a Sar Day Ite dt Pot .y
of wx. oid--- d--y- Wn-. wM h teln her ei,,ghbors and DaWily Da-
ede. o p friend about the Pood Qalities of Palasa, Dtm, Jacksonville, I :0 pmB
the tfmtte ilt*aced a bil vie-. Boeb.*astr, Ind. The pleaunt porga- iy or, East anid We Dail
TBessof the committee be-e lw eat of these tblets make them t 12:15am High Springs, WayroM. 8trBannah, Brunswiec, 86lj
M. lder, whoed w aoui- -.with lesavierywhrre. For tily Albny, A tlaatta all Points North, East Ws Daily
M t I nwt ol w o r .,i* S a dJ*I e
ot er Mato.sr. s fl;tmass o*n wease. RIoelhelle, Micanopj nd Citra
t. tSSsMrl J. Coflier, writing of the subject Daily De IIi
smats Staue Schoolm sa; wys that oer 5 distinct lanaa .es ....- -- -. - - -..------.--.- -
ar ho o iwM pe ly mankld. The- nmnber 8faurm aigh prigsI 7-30r
Meribt was also madei T rnormous. There Daily
r WM .alo e me aier o of separate dialect ta enormous. Ther i l High Springs DIj
Saa e. are more than sixty vocabularies in e.M Moday e. Sirf
'nder the tallwhth was mtrodaed Brazil. and in Melexo the NXaha lan- -- ---
ia the house Thursday. Very few guage has broken up into 701) dialects. aInteaibl Mi Tickets, ood over 100ih mile of fsm e pria-
changes were made in the preset There aure hundreds in Borneo. In @ipal rlways in the Southern States, are on sale bu e rcipal at
school laws. The title of th state Australia there is no classifying the Through Pltman sleeper Port Tampa to New Yo, vri Atit ie
cool commissioner i a anedl to complexities. and generally the num- Line; also via Atlantic Coea Line Mad Southern Railway.
,the of state aperlnta. ent: of p- her of dialect is in Inverse proportion For complete informatoia, eall oe
i- ilns tSio Conechoo to te nteueetoal culture o e po A. OOOOWIN, Ticket A st, Olsvll-le.
are givn the right of einent domai elon. AFssume that oltftr' dialect Addre LO: .ay A
r right to condemn s'j ise average helo tol a B t., Aor Bidia DTille,
iandfor tepurpope of freeing th e lw ha the r a H M SW. Mr. J AI, e. P A,
so Weekl. WiBington,iC. Wilm-,gtoaN. 0 Weky. ~
The members of Ith house look very ____ ...... to-
atVoraL upon the pro.posltno whien Indigesion,
'w1: ,. +.. + al.. THE N W PAXTON
- 0 to $5000. Manto tm- flatuence, torpidity-of the liver, con-. H EA T N -
S,1ao aoynaease the goPernosaomenvekW
state they think the measure should sipaton, palpitation of the Cart ommodious, Home-Like Hotel.
eteealaw, ,and they ie =it npor blood, headed d other w
to ae In th.me t. t on.. onv t.atn an a legio ROOMS FOR 100 GUESTS.
to aartelnthe.hoe. of other ailment, is at .nee the most --
The tickett scalper,- bil by Mr. widespread and destructive malady b T^ce Ev A t
Bowela of the thethrty-o, was passed amon the Amerian people. The Table Unexcelled Evey Attention to Guests
without debate by a vote of 2 to Herbine treatment will ere all thee
s bil prohibits the trami in non- truls 50, bottle. Sold by W. MR E. Ii. PAXTON, Ower ant Prep., WHITE SPRINGS, FLA.
transferable signature railroad tick. _---- -_ a-_ a _rr, -_ -1
etai- Hhe'a ony ObLatiWa. orTt" -- "For - er l
S---." A story tit coues from a contr
Night Was Her Terror, region not far from New York concerns
:"'I woid eogh nearly all night native who was seen stolidly plow-
.....e. p flg a field with a team of weary and
A Aexndria, Cad, "and cold hardly horse. A, the apprng hIed
the observer of rural life remarked --DE._ES Iis
2 i ""+" ". "e "" """- Sea, Isal = s < o-t o ox

bd rihatt I-f aedjj block Iwould em tolike the work." b,
-oogh frightfully and spit blood, but, rem." coi mmented the farmer briefly, "" .

when allother medicines ae, three "theyon't hare to like Th Sea Iland C ttmn See I. ng and Twine. War
1 bottles of Dr.-Kings Ne Disov- arve to do lt"-Harper's Weekly. *.a ind C Wao is
4y whollyared mesad gained 8 Lather -in Strips or Sides.
po.nds." Its absolutely garanteed. The pill that will, wil fill the bill, -
t sarecoughsCsOW pper, bran.. Without a gripe. Manufacturrs,-of the James Doig Improved liH
hi t_-nd. all th tan trol. To cleanse the liver, without quiver, upl vedf
Price .ei sad $ rialbottle ree at Take one atnight. Se Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies fora a e.
all drugstores. DeWitts Little Early Risers are small.
-4-- .. < y o- take, easy nd geole i effect GAINFESVILLE FLORIDA, A
Row Trip Rates to Washington, C.yet they are so certain in resuota that , .--- .
Atlan tic C t Line, the no~t wone who.use.themisisappointed. .
quickestt For quick relief from biliousnes, sick Three Te
rote by two hours and eleven mm-headache, torpid liver, jaundice, dit. Three mes th
utses fr0omJaksonville to Washington, sinew, and all troubles ariing from an
oe. exezorson rate, Jackso.ille- to inaWtive, slogish liver, Early Risers Value of Any Other
are utn-,al ksamn $r. Tickets are unequalled. Sold byall droggists. .o-'
mow onsale. Florida and West Ia- --
iO .. xJ ted, i.. asts .a and st afi i O -ne- hrd Easier
year t-an betwe the East and soth, "I T& .
Cr... sem... u m,,.e Y.,,. s o. "," One-ThirdFastet
-eraiag. HNo 40, Atlantie Cow-ast iJae '- ,
.p.. leaee Jacksonville 80 p. IE 6 sEE ik -The"onl ewng p a n
r-, am-ving in WaNto not fail inany p .
m followlg @venui~g An excellent U, f It 0 I A ^~Rotary Mofon and Ball Beadpg

return to Ohto-er S3lt A a yw- Rathe wantd inulmiA
sael of the quickest and best line. ts Y A w ln
Both trins carry Pulman drawing- flC5 jJJ tory. beeA d for izudai nd tu

L tearule2is t" I sw*" OF IMM"M Wiellern lnesndin

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Eearsin tickets nowi s j
fra aibeil.e toSs. LomA i

M, .B Retun lt
Le. Q. Ret-. limi0 I
Special .omet xesrsgoa $U3*

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0. F. Bufm-Fasklian se
Geo. K. .obiaao.n-Maraanet

S. A. W. Wedel-.ad...
IA. N.Ouse,,,--laehaoua.
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Abera of-Ae

Coatmptrle-u--J.L. Skipper
Tueai-er-E. M. Bri'btfod,

owley, Putnam.s
Ralroa Comeeisrioner -

m,, y -aqr. B. Sheppard, e
justices ^^CoemtH-O '







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er -5 tub
m lraBBth aite hofl
esg tohe rt.-o -

eIo ofthis naturer

o mr pthe Ameri the
e. toward he waealte

ppovl of this natgrei

& -Ppro-al or edagres

he Ulhtes Mstos iteag aoid sindlarkdown
'vrimtr tt lgat be weaverted It a railway
to g ataB. for which prpose it answer
the eaiease ae a rasidance by the station ma-w

:_- -- i- -_ ---":. -- + . i - ..
"Sw morning at and 8 n the core of
tfl rtryears amounts to 20-; hooris, or
o..f 3 yearn. 121 daya and 1k hour, which
ina eoo. are equal to eight hoars a day for e-
ai -atl -a. So .that rsg at
wil bte the same as if ten years of life
-a w:ioty en6mlderationt were add.d,
he seerctry whosela we may command eeiht bowsr
_ e yd- y for, the ulation of our
aasy that n mnds and the dispatch of buasinesa.
s. t O- OberSauly Recommende. for Rheua.

mud aea ot 0. G6 IbG. ee, Davillel IlI, writes,
eognitiom of Dee. 2,1901: "About twto years ago I
"tW th4 last was laid ap for four months with
idepartnet en I tried Ballard's Snow
aa Laimet; oe bottle e rwed me. I
o'f cheerfully recommend it to all
dSeefd-. st. -ering from like afflictions" 25,
felt that he e., IL Sold by W. M. Johnson.
viY.t u w*

reupon, sent
a note ex-
reciatlon of
ted, subject
Is-. "

Sa that is done by

Sm the death rate among

i weaeref themummer month. in
iierge ies. Thereis not probably
ieme of bowel omplainat &i a hun-.
d. however that eald not b eaured
t he ieiy smaW of Obamberslain'
etiChelerbaadDiarioea Remedy.
lsalBe Oiall drggiss,. -
itR Anniversary of Stony Point En
Sgagement Observe.
-ew York. July C-.-The 125th an-
re-ary of the battle of Stony Polat
It be observed today by the Amerl.-
it Renle and Histortc Preservation-
eiety at the Stony Point battfeield
t convention of -which the society

Take *wt e that theegtr lon books for
aea y for the egaltm o of ee-
t wl hbwoepe for reisratim on Monday.I
e wu don August, A. hKIM." at *8cownt
beohtbe %be ma Slperuor of 3e t 4
UtesO, ut. S.he th day of October. 19.
Aorsetreuseradelafrom e0 loek a. A. to
Is o'eloei* ., amd fr e look p. m. antl a5
o it kI., iotday. Weadema ISat-
open rlarramdo booksta n acl district froAm
eflso m September the second
Inat Ocday tOoSober. frem o'lock a. & o un-
i-: ----
i Ia.. d rom Il o'eloek p. in. ud 7 p m..
for rIeaa of eleetor. DMta rft t books
woBbsopeartwodGaTin ea-e wsk. and d+- -
IWot regItradoon offmees will tve nodee by
l aee. namlgb the days the books will
be oDe MMI&Bo CsHVES.
Sore rIvorBltor a.lo..

Aeteetion wi bea held in the (Iracy School
Disirlet ona T ay. July-12. Mi. for the pu.r-
pose ot deteruaiaB whether or not .id dim-
trwt Sal be created a special ta aeboos die-
trfet. for te *eato40 of three r.*st.e s M
fora" for Ahe parpoe of detrm the
teofinulmag. to be w" e 6aed aod cotete
-in1t0 for the naze succeedihn two year
thereafter. Pues will open at $ o'clock
elo at ft. ?he folowiwg named peran
havoebeee appon eid tuaetwox of said ele-
tioe 0. BWalto. 3. F. HMet. IL J. Nad-
-ock- wiWthGia. Walt 'aselerk.
r order of Board of Public Iitatuetion this
the th-day of June. &. 10 l M.
CbhB. Mld. Ptb. Inu't'n.
Ate t W.-.IOf WAY.
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!eItietstees_. othwecty win make J 4e3 "-rcuit,
.- .. .1o o+ -t B- b
Otr maual eplianatloa of the tI=- Alacbua County. KrSidai-ln Chancery. U- in
vements made rg the past ear JaMlliner s rtankM e-or
n Year-It appearig by it appended toIe blW
I the afternoon a program con fte in the- above stated cause that Frank '
ia of mt a nd dresses will r. h defendant trin named, is a
rriente of the State of Florida and has been
alTied out. ;abaest from hie place of retMenca for more i
serear says t out of aayda s >eedlnw this Order of PbW-
ft~ss weh the state ,gave Into vace est be~inse upon hIm anId Ioverthe
rMeefty* earim sunttmes park im- ded tbat Mrid rent defendst be ando
**'- car-e ,um e .u k mic. twnt'sl"itI t f.ret" o r
S ave adei. Marktbes W"1r to ppear to ~ Orders" sent, to us
rblstork al potts have been ereet- day .e uet day of AuA-st. A- 14. other-
twheg m: er:aiZoTo:ZsabLw.H t.M be" ken receive prompt atten-
Swith ese the movement of en. reored a s ord be t n and the class ot
- _y_, wsuce work we turn out is
i W t. *'. _' on the.. WO O .. lu n. an e sar. (3remt C n1 j

PSeal Per&SIL LWienares. D. C bou.d ease,
c-ase : sii er bound to please.
S'- -- A raecopy o a
t, cheapest amid bet reme P s.. ea, .C.
:s dN-: Sr. .HWlienosD .
.aterh, od, atbhma ad ....Wd-- a .. -s ...o, s for... com st.
mft he throat esesrt and lang i -
Sor ie every. Iti _BLLT M DIVORCe_
ft iruirtCourt. ihth Judcil Circui.....t..
festly banide een to chtldre-n. as e counts ors-In Chanoery.
lI guaranteed togive perfect sat- DeSlla sm vs Wil sam-DiVowee.
& Iappearlaby ankit appendeed tOthe bM:
I"very or sW-Or e will _Wfl t:- s e se nca use tat We I IU
e uklyt destroy dent of the Sae of Forida aad has en
e -fro m his p la"ce of resMenee for more% an1
rmd, ant Insres foll per SIMday .,s precedW this o rder o. Pbio
Natural breathing ttonah the anda IeooeesaWm Ne o that .erve can-; ____ _______
For sale by R. W. Vause. Bn e made upon him. and Is over the age of
G ve, J ^ sa W e. r e re ft Is tberefre Odered tbat
ie.ro..R. ..Ie- ae=tdeedantbe and be h ereb
X;ee appear *to the BMl of Comptlaint.
i-. ied ad cause on or before Moda. the tat
11L INCREASES NWAVY. s UAMScndtmU. YotherIse the al-
a-s-l- o nen -ant -
Ip and Torpedo Boat To Be Itno frther orered that thordter be pub-^
But -.. i~okedca~Aaweek for four consecutive weeks
govE^ern. inth~eg fl~eSvn.a newspaper published NeXt 0 r d & r
W.-_. i- -.Next 0rde-
York, July 16.-The oerwInesaideosmt andtate.
r a decided x _. Clerk Circuitourt.
the royal navy by one battle. (InTle eepuF8 IL res. D.C
Sone torpedo boat and a com. a. e -aiON.Clerk.
was tleited t th~~ t er a. H. woenes. D. C
s has ldeng plaits -ofthe
States They have Jut a BLL FOM DVORCE.
visit the plant at Newport ln the aCrcoustGI. Bimgt uels1a0 c0reui.
aWlsb-a County. Florida-- n ohancery
ftRl visit all the great yards ePaason s Frank Padso. 3I1 11

ofAeSateat- i I.b...
,-return -- October. "
in e ortt d "afeaha tr a
Staat the awMro for the con- a00(lhfewuAatn I1s ev er A at
Atevestlswlbemade P^^%?tuman
t sebe aMdde *opi. sadsoover theseof

asteew nd phe dar sM A lows.A lo.S Otei 1 / aeAI

tUbes. sand. U ef ibeweeks
tlo df chit. S* Pnh

"GAMszw rL F-OI". a.

B t your Aity property. (i-
pto"nd and improved), phimphats,
treki g and farmnid uadL eiani
a hIs of what yes ofer forumle. 21'ts

Wp. L B KER,

Office in Eadel Block.

ISe -eessaw toSeder& AMes*,r m1
OverDatu 0'aSBu3 a. *
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Gradate tama"ore COsese Mental Surge
ftWe yea epe- e a"Newa Yorkt City.
Cron.Bie wn sad Io Specaihde.
Ofie la Mwer LaW zchge

JomN wmaEs. Propwle!or.
siam W. Bjr at,. JaksomvBfle, .
Faust beer. bottle and drmght. Don't
fail to call on me when in Jacksonvilie

a(WUi Dr. 0.t TiOm).

Porceain Inlay Work and the egulatiu of
Teeth Specialties
Oice An Idler LAw Exabane,
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Fran Garder. Propr



Beet Imported and Domestic Liquoro
and Wines in the city.


E A.WEIL & CO., oup
Of A llDesriptio.

Sole Agents forXONARCH and SOVER-
pair warranted.

1. IManae,

* Agant

ic Arad's Saloon ad Caif

Jacksonville, Florida

Merchants Lneb from 12 to 2 p. m.
Ba rthimay he str, al Im.
pe W rbwrager Beer oma ragtM

Steaku, Fish.Chor, Game in ason,
to order. Pool, Billiasi, Bowling
Alley. laW.B*y It.


lachua Pool Parlors.

LestSd in the Porter Bloeok,a south
ide p %ttree iast-d S tables.
sewyim. sI> anlt-W ^^^^- _^ ^" --,.


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METO 'is a daicare-
freshin beverage ma4de
from ripe Saw
Berre. Aoltely f ree
from pernicious

the liver, flashes te kid.
neys, acts directly mn the
bladder. Makes thes r.
gangs perform beir ftfl5
tons in a natural way,


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Caw-rif the onlray mirn e IfareeI itm -
Tile daily ftMs p. B., AlantaS : a. aO. _M
you the enie dar toSt. Louis-to set la
Pr rate from roa ity.W- "mU
Book ad sehedulca. wdwelii earwe-uyai-
abo for book aoewiM betel sand ha s
house. uotm th..arates, w&tteso
Pane ""M* A*10*9^ -
I&. 1 Brow B3alngm, ATLABTA.

Chicago laprfwved Prst I

In roes f*eto
!*~ WawfBkty
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paeylg fr i .to S 14r

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~i ~RFca~i~i~abirr

O t-

m g who
I i i t y stoay. =e
TrelrtB Ia m e Bdioerl ba-

gne n-o Wa bu.shio w ie~, whj n
heyw $eap a- o
-d s. le- of St. -ssbug haui
arrived bn he citay, *ad wil be the
gWst o Mrs. Owen Lloyd for a few

A. B. Campbell of Jacksoauiile was
la the e yesterday. He isa anmem
ber of the Ludden.Campbel-lsisht

A Falenberry, formerly of Gaines.
uill. btuniow residaigla Tampa, is isL
the vity on business. His friends
areglad to see him.
Whi^aSprings and return Sundays
duriAngseason via G e. B. Nine
hors a springsand return ame day.
Only one dollar. Through eoaebl tf

ww w U -a w Tomas Ramsey of01 Arrdondoeone o
the oldet and mast widely known rseei
inif twedal ^dents of that section, was among thi
b.siess visitors to thio eity yeste
S.-..--. .ora Wallace, for many year
SsAND OCIAL ITEMS a reside-t of thia cit--y but now remid
S Ing inTr m p, hereon a viit to Mrs
t M as- ..ppa n-ie Wha-t is Going J. W. Toneh.. Her namerous friend
---- p .-paTio., Short P.aah 4 are glad "!to welcome her again.-
06-Ib -iaf6 4 4_dP Mr. -d- M -s. Hague Strickland an
Sia We in the eity, after a brief visit to friend
S-and relatives at Tampa. Friends o
& U.ll~ Mr. Hague will regret to learn that
_M foa as The Sun has been indisposed for the past few

lr, of ae was a to Alex aughtrey, wife and daught
4ateilt-* of Rocky Point departed yesterday
SWemdrful alve for saior Me iTen.. where they ex
- ..-- ..... U -oe- c o. ^pea t tpend the remainder of the
l4, $i1aatnditsut are now g-o. summer Friesds wish them a pleas
Sa trip.
apt. 8. Depulfa Alahas was The lady who wants service firt sad
teadaia this eity yeeday. wo.- ul. d like Stylie. .nd bot c ombined
Ca:.a- etBk .a- -al_ -" th-- A. oi P w rioheca" oxiord. They wi l
-- I i n s...Ao .iita. t4est on $2 and ane worth $3. YoT
a_ -o ) -- B :.-will o td other alues at Smitih s Shoe
se a-- ek plated osom partuwnt. L. Smith. .
wie b^ a beiI#BLI. Wasse D. 8. Hawking, a clever yong ma
^ uvy orMilae aille, ..has acepte. a
.* .ii 'a-:-l: d r, nwt .8. Bodiford Co. the

..'- - --_- - -r .
Slater h rned from druggist. Mr. Hawkin omes highly
apl wnt v to friends at Tom. recommended, and will nodoubt make
Ms.OW. Floyd has returned from himself a useful and popular employee.
a pleasant viel to friends in Donnel. Amon* the clever fellows who visited
Jm." ainesvti yesterday was V. A.

S Ows o Pint was WeO a t for* Atlanti Coat
am g th t s t y yea- Line at sa. tMr. Wieems PIa
a ,-e.; fnshe :- -t-.._ ---- o-neoftht mosat popular men in the
iK ma Ols a ofAwiaito was service and ha many friend nyion s through-
aog these who listed Gainestillea out the State.
jfiwnuity. a P. M. Oliver'e Auction Houae. aoth-
Slves's new improved dwrst Wall street, is the cheapest
wer~iii l. They are elegant: stor onahth. Buys for cash, sells for
Man B h ash. RUnM no risk, is why he tan diM
ws Widhe t fo a whis. h, te AWits l waith his customer .
Wh enT o lusWSa. P9 uMell' Oliver w bry anything from yiou, or
SSa besForWeeSell anything for you at auction or
fSd ist private sale. By all means call and
aMemgtb "6 who caml es to Gainelle Heon. i . Chubb, after a pleasant
adiug y^esteday. ^ visit with his family in Winter Park,
M3rs w.el lmU fuaised ro etu eoraed to his duties in Gainesville
rd Kasblek next tosaore. Apply at Monday. I Mr. Chubb is receiver lands,
S 0655fc ifBB. ;. and althogh a Republican, has as
NiaMarea Smith went r to Donnel- many friends in thia county as any-
oa jesesiday, wheresbe will spend a other man, and they all regret he can-
f a.with ofries -not have the office down this way-
alian fMM BOOai o JAeG1 b Orando Sentinel. e
ia iSt ewy for a fiw months, the After a pleasant visit of several days
g e""ofnaMs W L. st e to her mother, Mrs. A. Milliner, -in
thesale wiotinte on- this!city, Mrsn. Walter Campbell has
aly belong Ia .lt oat. -$15 to returned to her home in Tampa. She
W Oswe4la. oB akhl was aomepanied by her sister, Mi6"
Ms. F. Tmkie and daughter, Georgia illiner, who will remain
Miass Kate, left yesterday for Sanfo the Soth Florida eity for some time.
Swhe they will visit relative r* afew Friends wih her a pleasant asit

L*.. w o High. Sringsa ... A. Rnead This.
hUh"iata-of Bn-iSgM .Al a .ab Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1, M18W.
of Mnatoeeha aad p Cy t were DrE.W.HailSt.:.LoAs,6.M-Dear
tnbweke ci ass fy Sir: Dauring the past year we hae

I&*erL thsreatwasgreetings heis der trcm best andd ering hat ie

lady of High Springs. pned through A Tana Wonder. a





o of l8On ITIMa&1 r LAW.
f, Ole -aas Jula
Keedy sad Mi-- -Bele M-: il -
hageag: W a
-prl.ae, whes they- ta bee r deem-

Thee wilibe aspSISal ed aest-

to hear the sfmswof the committee -

Aid eramp; but this remember do
Though enemies aU babes must
+' .A ." :i -- . _
"T etkina" wilthem .H defeat.
"Teethias" o ereme adt suater
sats the effeset of s nmuer heat, aids
digestion, regulates the bowela and
m takes eshiag easy. Costs only s
Rev.Mr. Bell of Bell, who has been
isiting his daughter, Mrs. W. D. PFa-
gan, departed Friday for ao elle
After a short sojorW with friend ats
that place he will return to his home.
Mr. Bell is one of the oldest sod most
widely knows residents of Alashaa
county, and has many friends among
the "older et'" in this section.
Quick Work-P. M. Oliver opened
his Auetion House in the sew ,ode.
building south side of Wall street
July 4, and #uring the ten dais past
has not only aboot died o the firt
large consignspent of several hudred
dollars, but other smaller lots a.
prices entirely satisefaestory to his e
pgnores e moimr and himself. He
will buy from yoo or sell for yo any.--
thing from a paper of pi s to an ele-
Marshal ,Ch. Pinkoson yesterday
arrested two small colored boys for
boarding a train of the Atlantic Coast
Line while n- motion, which is in
tri.t violation of the ordinance. The
boys were ined $1 each in the mayor's
court, which will act as a reminder to
others. This lacked a great deal of
being the limit, but Mayor Thomas
was eaty in thi instance~ with the
hope tha it would be an object lesmoa
too the.

Among those now sojouruing at Ce-
dar Key are Ms. George Addick and
two interesting daughter of Lake
City, who are visiting the former's pa-
rents, Mr. and M. Seblemmer. Mrs.
Addicksa ishe wife of onae of the best
and mat popular cities of Lake City
and those who know her feel honored
in hear. enie. Mr. and Mr. Ad-
disks have five of the most polished
children in Flori4sda,and itl i alay a
pleasureto meet them. In their own
childish way they will let you know
that they are glad that they met you,
and their childish company is really



F:EW v riior1 e t"6or
SsiloW~sm and reowee the beaty at
yo h. .
&TUM ,.t a -ew: d"eo e* a
au mosy reftaded If ait t r

Gemgoo lAf t he -- t..
Of-ea e, b -t i

turn to ueau "0g, s "e *

*-ombmr- at
lags sapq g w a

L. Is. Media of Mesedith amite
hmumerwIUs ae or J. 1. Muiekj -
W., s rneeete eM in,|UeI
as. bg a-aetr t tas ety a*J -Aa I
isday. Mr. MXeMn Ie do eltawl- gg
higentleme t hal m g pt it
W. J. K"ight of ,sf e M.O
M.X^ l ^ < t l N ^ g
yje~eda~. Tbctmt. i k^iyk sfe
the Union WPhb9tasea 0 Bl |J
mesthat the rnopany at -a
$lsyia forty-Sw. men, '4 i|
frotS~to1lO~taMsofuieksr'1. |a
Ospi. L M. )ixen of Wil1 an.
extensive owner of relt state is 1W
eity, Wa her. yesterday looIgaftf
hisinterests. Ompania eiaa is thals
pasemmer of tome of ath beea bt
aMand eideMee property i Gaines.
vile, which rsee uesuily aft afiu
^price. ; :- .'. "- ^

After a pleat viti of a ihaot te
in this ity, dareing which he wan a
guest of his brother, Hoa. J. Rit-
ers D. G. Jivers has reteraed to hk
home in Winfield. Columbia *e y.
He is an extensive tie --oswetor of
that section, and njoys a most se-

Colonel Jones of Orlando, a ember
of the nArm of Jones & Jones, law yrs,
ad one of the brightest attoreys--
teesate, wa among the visiton sto p f
Gainesville yesterday. Col. Jea ba U
not been to this city for some tie,
and he expremf grasifaioin at she
prog"ess in builig re. -

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