Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02228
 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 19, 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: VID02228
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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~- Aatomrntl.a#~.srvat at Home
Mds Pad~. ~ocr*I. NinuI-
ehrUsftaddeumq-T~gwt fern

~U5.. N. Y. July IL-A breath-

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~ the beIata~ss am

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d~ beg dlv* into the Hudson
In th water ~mo 30

A ftM ~ITa, 1'IA)RIDA, TSDAY, JULY 19 1904

Dqmsss DId Not Less ,0e 0 Me.
..t- prt A .. .
I:ek it Jul 14.-4 p. m.- vial esadguarters state offclcally deny
th-- reports fron St. Petesburg that
the Japanes lost 30,000 men in a
bMtan mear Port Arthur on July 10 or
I. NSet a shot was fired on either
^ f. ;. .- |. *'' .

St. Petersburg Skeptical.
St. Petersburg. July 16. -1:35p. m
Sice the receipt from Toklo,. of an
fielal dealt of the report of a Jap-
anmese repalse at Port Arthur with the
loss of about 30.000 ten, skepticism as
to the truth of the report trom Vice-
wie Alexief's headquarters has per-
alded all circles. but the members or
the general staff decline to accept the
denial nresevedly.
While not insisting on the accuracy
of the gures., they claim there is good
reason to believe that a severe check
Was inflicted on th" Japanese in front
of Port Arthur and it Is considered
!posSible tbat\,eneral Stoessel may

tiU-IU "--: .. .. -." " r 1-. have meadea report on lhe subject dl-
the am--e wi l bebY reef to the emperor who will not re
w^ sin soel*tae tn here until tonight. Although
f qttl wasng sinde o s ti ll i Ignorance as to what the ....ttle 1 +whr rmotc fta Ocal statement meant by 'from Jap
i work dse by a -a m_ se Bouoare s. the offiils here main-
eeI mail as that wleh cae Sate ta e must ae had good
I a l tra as ever i reason to send the report.
~mb~e a. tIsdubfu-. n _____,.
^ i i of eve Japaneer Continue Advance.
before eetved the -lke. St.. + Petersurg, July 16.-I:30 p. m.
- Th new ci9pglt jOlffi t e -Te Jap1anese^ ar continuing to ad-.
Satt ate oflos tot1 wv nco Tche Kiao. following a
la 5frw rt of t g a selntifie plan, and entrenching their
although his large l a pots as they move forward. They
house Is stl the C te6B Wbr apper to be taking extra precautions
tio.,^ Thn additonal iitan^ the case of Ta Tcbe Klan. on ac-
era and a lvate eea -oparcut-of their knowledge that Gen.
costitute the worig fore at jps era? Knrupatkin is there personally.
tnbt I. wibengu t ieattme According to a dispatch from Lien-
en^a~lEo th tui enal^ nt General Sakharolfb dated Jul~y4
%?xlrs t. -:-- 15, and given but today, the wings of
iTHe r $ ,Visit today.7 of Johia.Generals (M's and Nodiu's army
+ Kern.who wasi on of the ndina have joined at Tangchl. 10 miles south-
legate-a*1 lftS- -t A- i WM east of To Tche Kiao0 The Japanese
theonly +evet < Rolitic aint eres -.are also reported to have occupied the
puren w the j at thewOtoet- t fi- ons at Pintzan. about 7 miles
t- the day.- It I--ulrstood that north of Kal Chou. and were still pro-
at..t.n...tpres thecai m eeding towards New Chwang, which
of ~s rin& National Comitt manhad net been ocenoted July ii

-for the national chairman-

[aW^.1;, 1 510^.____. REAL ESTATE DEALS.

1 o f.-- T-- -- .-e. ... : .- lavlie and Nashville Paying Cash
Wea*e - N --Otisr M Atlan_ July 18.--That the Louis-
S Ch s1Wperlatendent of the city lIaes for ahead and completing its approach to
th Westerl Uniol Telegraph cope0 the old Central right of way. secured
S+- who Is supposed to have been y~gr ag by Pat Calhoun., was proved
6te. byugs on U morng of by developments when Peter Smith
iovenmber B. of last year, is dead at was paid $15,000 for 30 acres of land.
ise bome, of eoneasslon of the braitl. known as the White place, which he
Death was a. direct result of tI based only six months ago for
Bry a / ferea in November i1200. This nranortv iih t-t wut

Fatal MIdnIght Swim.
It. Loul^s July 18.-D. C. Boyd and
Itbert L. (Nteil:were drowned early
__edoay i- slopgh ti the railroad-
aitM &t8 Louia. The mes
were telegraph operators, employed
StheChicagoe Brllaton sad Qauin
S .al..ros, mand were taking a mid. i
Mg -t swil When they lost their lives.

Peep Walker Take Plunge.
Sittle Ro c, Ark.. July It-Pit er
S rter f Montgomery baseball
eam,, while wnalkig ia his sieep. fell
-- Dm a third story window In the Cap'
Stali hotel, early today. He is badly
- -bertB but the extent of his injuries is

yet known.


Oath -.f Tramp OrganIst j
- New York, Julyr 1-Victor i take,
fth volunteer organist, is dead. ManY
talrs have passed since Banke. a
lretched tramp, thrilled the audience
I-a Bowery mission br entering to
-l the place of the regular musician
was absent. His musical giftf
a sensation among tie denl-
^tfot the under world, while the
Saaused as the foundation for
poems and4 dramas.

St Man for Staring at Him.
cOrilpns. July 18.--BecausePec
Pvese gave him a "hard look7
I Bobono today whipped out a
ed shot hism through thel- brain-
Bdied Instantly. Bobono led
L eapt~re4. The men were ts'-
75haWtr ^ merchants hi t
Bif11^ Had feelnghas. ex~

of the Anthony Murphy property and

IThey Became Frgt nedm
Fled From Se.


Five Bandits, Belived to Have Been
Country Lads, Make Unsinccesf vl
Attempt to Rob Express Tran Near
Palestine, Tex.


Bod*f F KRent Lesmis Has sUsm

to be tht of F. Kent Logmis, WMa
washed ashore this morning at Big
Bih bay, ie onskiret Lo.

The body was that of a well dressed
ma-, S feet. 6 inches In heighlt, attired
IBa gray overcoat and dark blue suit.


I ~




Sfrika of others IJd~ Os

Wi.ra East N~

President ~3su.s3y. .te. U~Wb
~bd Uspias ~ Thqt W~i..
O~ FIgtuMa Udere ~ he

Houton. Tex. July 18.-Train No. Chicag, Jug .- .W- --
5 on the International sad Great +ltdou batw -s 1 th nt
Western was held up last nlghta. a and th e tik-?g bat+
Kevchi, a small station about 30 miles ivie Uher es '' a ''t
west+ of -Palestine. p'Cve.at the -tmtr d -.hii-- "-'
There were five bandits nla the par- eber _e- -
ty, all young men, and appaenlyey .| +to hevereyteIr -
much amateurs. They dynamited the given and to refrain -a ^sdssta
express car without detaching It from nd told U^^ +**-ltl ry m.yM MW
the train, and blew In the end ofbe su r or th +- i -ttea .f
the second-class coach, but without law!ua + *
injury to any of the passengers. | 0'14.m lc X
One of the robbers was apparently o t. o3t ( itel
badly hurt as the explosion appeared mense of ay saleamo l wla a l tr
to be premature and he was observedI d raB a"-tarted.
to be covered with blood. The rob- It was declared -it tho -ii-
hers secured nothing. not molestinlg + -+ -- + ....
either the express or the mad and ea e a oos. yard-s t-tthe pl- i-
getting away as fast its possible after In the pockets were found a card wfth + -ltes ._Imad+ -ti
the r comrade was hurt. the name ,I,. Kent Loomis." AmerOican _el. --'
Pire'nan Hiram Muse jumped from andl Engllsh coins, American notes, a- I maY l
+ ~of the lattemr ab0ut- 1W wm meas-h -
the locomotive as the train slowed gold watch. etc. .... ....
down. ties having been piled across The body, which was discovered by A numbe were' w ae ^ -
'he track, and hurt his shoulders. laborer, wastiln a state of consider- wereG reeki andf ^ 1-
b'tt not seriously. able decomposition. It was removed r G eeI "l1
N one of the passengers were mo: to a neighbotrng farm building to wf <-
ldeted. await the inquest for a eeeting. ia&r fSa US
The adjutant general has been iuo- Btg Bury bay is I0 miles southeast n ha w tlka -ir :t
tiAtled ain a special train with Sheriff a of Plymouth. The North Germn 1ep,.^,. a P5- _-_- M -i- i -
Henry Wal &s. his dogs and a posen Unyd sieamer Priez Wilhe'TO a ar- im e he e ttt hm am
left Palestine early this morning for rred Jtune 0 from New York nara d + 1er ta a m r4-rB
the -c-ne tf the bhod-up. A- squad -< 1. boar I'. Kent Loomis. brother o ne- ly. probeby _wB-B r-Bti-
ranvurs is stationed near ithe scene cE nlsfitant Secretary of State lAIBmIS. g e t-... "
the hold up. and it isprbbletheyoMr. wh s ws oo missed at I oocm I a Mje l men lt wcit mtery ml 's iame~
wil! be p-non the ease at once and I that morning and has not be^Lh ead j In e ng a setIumt at a +aP '
it Is anticipated that arrests will be from since. He was charged ny the t i i a-ao- --t
made as the bandits are probably- authorities of Washington to convey t -ep e at -he
cotry lds -raised in the neighbor- to abysinnia the treaty of cumAby e rn Th ta e o, f the ma- .-
hood. c Goncluded between the United states was reeted yPr dt pW -
--and Emperor Menelik. Mr. Loomis wh said:- '1 -
Austin. Tex., July 1S.--Although traeld with Wailam H. Ellis. of New we wfll41. Igtleg bBlraredL
several posses are scouring the scene York. who, in view of the t o aperm- s
near Palestine in an effort ,o appre-j uce of the former. took the treaty pcker-. Their syst- o art aiir
h2nd the five youthful bandits who tnhich wg found tn Mr. "om1s ba- would mia tie eoalete a lt
held up a train on the Inie.,aUtional gage, to Adis Abelha the Abysstnlan ofutr ni oiathm aithe !ts i --- "

nothing has been seen or heard of the
fugitives. The train was stopped 380
miles west of Palestine. The rob-
bers used dynamite and boldly wreck-
ed three ears. but. it is claimed, did
not "~cure a penny. None of tan pa
singers were molested and after blow-
lag open the ears the robbers made
a hurried retre-nt,
It is believ el that the work was

s a portion of the territory which done by am-at.irs.
has been selected for the establish- Several Aherif posses started ] m
meat of yards and terminal facilities. snit of the bandits, but up to noo
This property was -paijd for by a day no trace of the men had bsen
check drawn on the Atlanta National covered.
bank by the Louisville Property com-
pany, which is acting as agent for DUMONT WILL NOT RETURI
the Louisville and Nashville inter.
ests I the big deal. What's more., Will Not Participate In Airship
this same Louisville Property compa- tests at World's Farl.
ny rhas on -deposit $400.000 for the New York. July 18.-Santos Dumni
furthering of the great deal.
AntoAn y Murphy wll be paid $120 the aeronaut, has finally decided
W for o 3acresof his property to return to America to parties
near okland City. from which the the airsip contests. according
optionsrun practically without a break a Herald di patch from Paris.
tracks to a point just beyond West. There is only one firm, he says,
view cemetery where the old right of can repair th' damage done to
way of the Central is reached, and develop. ',f t balloon by vans
froni there the right of way of the Afh'r an in.- r.w with the heat
from there the right of way is direct This tirm. -.a.:s DImont annou
to Elen and N. the station where the that th. airs coeud not be m
big yards of the Louisville and Nash- within six u ks or two months, l
vile are located on the line of thI ing insuffic- 'nt time to ship the
Western and AtlantIe. loon to St. Louis for a trial be
SThe Van Dyke estate, northwest oi the clo e of the wrl-'s fair. Hei
the Murphy property in West End ter. be declare-, he will limit his
has also been notified, and will receive perimeats to Paris.
$454,00 for the amount needed for Wires Are aLid to Defeat Bit5
the big deal. Savannah. Ga.. July 18.-Thel
druggists are up in arms against
Appointed Chief Clerk. I bill introduced in the legslsiatur
LoaisTille, July 18.-President Mil- make all dru.ists selling patent n
ton Smith, of the Louisvile and Nash jws Bon a:in-g alcohol take ou
vlle Railroad company, has appoint special license. They have laid t
ed W.W L Mapother, his chieef clerk, to wires to c:npass the defeat of
thepiositloa of aitant to the presi- measnr. Senator Moore had I
de-t This action eliminates the ne writ:aen o n hi influence aga
-si-ty for the l "amlate s ltatlos the miarsur DugssistA say al
f- cse- ar to"' Walker D. iUusJ e-very pstst- mSeaIce would- be ti
"W Ia-- gaM e -gly- o thes--i s oiY .-eir -:;ves. as they co-ft
lili^^^llMiiiSj .^'^' ;:a^r^KJ to t~ake uLltcn.zas^^.-|




g to

d ot

e tc
it a

tral body will m a ayt-
Wahington. July t18.-It Is stated etik wIobe determne at a *
at the stat department that ever since meeting tolght. Nely 1* me
thed~apearne o 7 Kent Loomis, ml~di 515t ~ a h
a quiet but far-reaching Investigalon c n ee wt tI m ba

ertalned, but no fat. tnMr t lplee in te b lag tMades
dlcate the eat time or mlanaer of h is th yad ar d *
disappearance from t ohe steamer of Mr. p oblid towok-nr -- -- -
loomls. As soon as the Aientihatied a ytew-i "ok J 1 "--n
Press dispatch fr om Le den wa hand-.. B ae obleted t o iw rie at

requesting him to have th body ceare- telad by the, w-o be "
lly examined for any marks of vio.-een t __ --- ----
encne. r~~~j WkASi A -
The number of the lost man's watch .... o- o_ pM Aar
already has been seat to huie oa yl Pt dAge Mi'g ltre, yOa TM .
genera ad if it coincides with that p 11 w x .
found oa the body the idenU vetatrion N r_ yo Jaly u i--j%> t I
will be cousiderer complete, and tr- :njUom obtained by Jo i
rangemsets for sendlag the body home the-Ied milllote, who Ii g
will be made. It has long been the h nab Ias, a aegrns, to ,r g
theory of the relatives of Kent 14oo- 000 worth of property deede -t ior
mis that he went upon the hurricane by him darlig the year I$8N0 1
deck to get a glimpse of thq English 1899 and 1901, which restxm a -
shore and accidentally stepped over- number of banks made pmtg. -
board. ants to this action by p a Ul a as


Headquarters of Republican National;
Chicago, July 1S.-Although Chair-
man George B. Cortelyou of the Repub.
iucan national committee will spend
the greater part of his time at the
New York headquarters, to be near
the' president, the coming campaign
will be conducted largely Irom Chiea
As in 1S94, and again in 1900, the
main headquarters will be located i
this city, rooms having been engaged
at the Auaditoriuni annex. Chairman
Cortelyos and Secretary Dover aw ex
acted to arrive at Chkm.o -
.2$ Zi-.qe-s .-*=8

Ellas any moneys held by them e
deposit by her has bees cotine by
Justice Blanchard. who .ais asnesac-
ed that he would appoint a receiver
for al! the woman's property. Hie a-
nounced, however, that the pw aN-
lowMances sould be made I Mrs. Bia
for living expenses.
Rsmion Agdltw Uewrea
St. Petersbutra July 18-The mum.
papers here all print g0owlmg tUbb
to the author. Antolae Ches. who
was one of the nine Ruja ea u-
clans. is morned a g rt -laM ti
aRuasian literature. He w oe .
ered the Mafthpsassat of Remain, d
ranked higher as an artsteofthe
M g 4..a.'t
la ggaggg _edi

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R-adba awito

Ehsa ter maay ye
ftow Oresk, in
buat of *awing i

their wo were p

smaBeysae. J3a
miij lfitwaik --

-bag futeme of
himu to wait uanti
.Bewhstood uoo

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-lllTthl bote, mlovils with the
s4 kansobia him down, eut-
i nsma pIt Bly in two -ot above
gitdz4 gglg the reMaiwa for a
sorf severlyxaleandieatter-
- mtai. as low eveydireeah. :
AiuIb sM a witnessed
maial people, nad within a few
-a these were two hundred
B fl thtta~f ~ -^"
J sealt were gathered into a
ane wh to te. enadetaking
* o atoBSi e Dries., where they
pwsfiaor feial and shipped
ceof the deeMoed. ;.
leeca wa very nolnewt in
akoo Hise o, Want leash, has
gv -e tiae poatmaster at
ea, where eabes a large circle

WhiB. the asseeent is to be deplored.
S tsMlbi 0 that It was, one *hch it
eee m6seeuld at be averted. It is said
th-t as~-j as the engine gave
tin yrepM_1g- 11a1dW2 rig but

^flaj|itf~ii adverydeaf,; paid the

On L.ad? secmenandation Sold
FIftY WBeesO Chamberlain's
StesicB and Liver Tablets. r
I heawe, Iheliee, sold ifty boxes of
heUiberilai's S80massh ; and. Liver _
eeoar the emmendation of oneo
lt 4 here, who rsm bought a box of
tm bSH et k year ago. She never
slea of telling her neighbors and
friouda abost the good qualities of
gma" low.m
theM taatlhes.-P. Shore, druggist,
noghsstes lad. The pleasant parga-
otfyeeign t these tablet* sake them
*akov with lad ie everywhere. For

-up~e Woee Sidewalkw
6Considerable implant has been
1 r"eently f the young negro
bothelea who ao -in the habit of
frqeetie the eqare and streets

Sit late the street ig slider to get
amou the extmob" who egpdegse ond
!^^ a^;|aiM~ft^;^ alNPOWto --got
ilMI^^^f^ si* ar~t-Aw--linfo to -got

pi -ans and make themselves a
niamne. generally. This ooudition
seeim partisolarly prominent at the
UMeamWer of tberty and West Main
..|.ts.* and the erehl. s should be
I er gats the public an oppor-
taniy to p w without being cmo-
etIlNo tla th1 st0et 3 .

.A-NI l l^ ^ MI wtStt
bmamntalf aoMat old sad well-
safetinesselsff. andow isom

S& ag $or eMea tetalg Itg^larR ^

vi~ll.O** Planing Mill alas. its
ezugmse hIMas -fe ise paositi

alsavessw4 Il seaN with this
MI .. Ias. i m..a.. ...an. a
Ky^N-ifeth~ana PaigMRlae s

Mhasabea4 a|

ItbsOttto ub
.. <.sI.i. I*

au aetlen t t M OeePam SOI

I Uea ti e a me 61st
S_ -s a- a _
seepeast WL. a inewa AUX.,slskg

Sold by All Druggists.

Rev. The. Norseworthy WI Begin]
Meetin in That Town Soon.
We are requested to announce that
RevThos. J. Norseworthy, an eminent
e Ir 0ist who has ben working Flor-
ida for e time, will begin a series
of meeting in his big tent at,
Meaopy oo the fourth ounday in the
prse-t month, which will be the 24th-

Mr Nonrseworthy has been in Florida
sine Jannary of the present year, dur-
ing whihe time he has been very sueo
ee l in his woik, bringing many
o lto Christ. He is a xreat preeh-.
-er. dithe Lord is with him in the
Wok. He aimi h remarks -directly
ast u, with an endeavor to break up
the -great evil of this world and make
tipurer and better generation.
The meetings will be free. and every-
body is eoodially invited to be present
and join in.
Rev. Norseworthy will be assisted by
Rev. i. T. Wells, presiding elder of the
Micanopy circuit.
In the Mayor's Court.
James Clark, a copper-colored boot-
black who has been in the employ of
Grant Player atsthe barber shop under
The Son office, became very angry
when player discharged him for shift-
lesmness and impudence Saturday
morning, and threatened to put the
barber "out of business" with a good-
sized bricekbat if he would only come
out of the shop. He was arrested and
gave bond for his appearance at the
mayor's court Monday morning. When
arraigned he plead guilty, notwith-
standing the feeact that on Saturday he
declared Player was to blame, and was
assessed a afine of $1i and costs. Things
were likely at the Player shop Satur-
day morning. Clark made them so,
but he paid dearly for his threats.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di.
rr owes Reame \

weK -- W-- ::a-s s : *-.-..:--} -- :- --

of Jaeks, .vil, wea is ow Fioy.
a ,6iN W.: W. -L Tuerm-ia wife re-
termed Thursday night from a vit to

The rainy sa.se ems to hae et
inand has b amoe ouon o petoa a
tremendous growth, which will be
very damiami-to the staple, shoadhr
the rain so
Lute Howell ha bought o t all the
Easterlia essateabthis place, cosuist-
tag of several boose and lots. He
Iwill move the large two-tory frame
building up in the center of tows, on
Main street, and will se the lower
story for a general merchandise buosi-
ness and the upper story for a public

The easiet, cheapest abd be.t remedy
for catarrh, colds, asthma and all dia-
eaies of the throat, ch and1 n is
Quakor Oil, the new diseo very. It is
perfectly harmle even to iMldre.,
and is guaranteed to give perfet sat-
isfaction in every ease or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
i arms, insures f, per-
fecsand natural breathing th gh the
notril. For sale by R. W. Vanse
Island Grove, Fla.

Two Killed in Accident on the Pein
sylvania Rilroad .
Sbippea. Pa.. July 1.--Two men
killed and a third seriously inaured In
a wreck of a passenger train on the
Penrylvania ran!lrad here today.
The dead,
Kroes'er. fireman, of Baifalo.
Sullivan. fireman of BoCalo.
Ceorge A. Henson,- bgagemnan, of:
Bufftel. was seriously hurt.-
As far pa know, no passengers wre-
Injured. A freight train erashed into
the passenger train. telescopla the
helper engine into the regular engine
of the passenger train.
The baggage ear wa smashed into

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert U.
Watts of Salem, M0o.9 rctiv:
"I have been troubled wilVaney dis-
ease for the last five ears. I lost
fleth and never felt well Doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi-
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Core and
less than two battles completely cred
me and I am now sound and well."
Sold by J. W. MeCollum & Co.

Big Building Gutted by Fire.
New York. July 18.---Fre bas gutted
a 5-story brick warehouse in Third
avenue. the Bronx, causing a loss esti
mated at $l 50.00. The building was
used by Jacob Stahl & Co., the
Dougherty Manufacturing oupIany,
and other firms, for storage.

Basball Players and Foot Racersl
Louis J. Kroger, ex-ehampion long
distance foot raeer of Germay and
Holland, writes, Oetober 7th. 1901:
"During my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake City, In April
last, I sed Ballard's Snow Liniment
to my greatest satisfaction. Tbere-

-'- fore, I highly recommend --Snow Liu-
This remedy is certain to be needed ment to all who are troubled with
in almost every home before the sm- sprains, braises or rheumatism." 25c,
maer Is ver. It can always be de- lO bottle. Soldbt W.M. Jos
p eded upon even in the most svere n _
and dangeroueas cases. It is especially. veterans Hold Big Runion.
valuable for summer disorders in chi- thbert Ga.. July 18.-The Ra
dren. It is pleassat to take and never I-
fails to ive t relief. Why not veterans e boldln
by it poT I may save life. For ther anuaUl reunion at outh Bid0
sale byraldrMggiss. Park. In this city. There was a
set program, it being a typical secta
Attention. Knights f Pythias reAlna.
The regular weekly meeting of

this evening, at which a tfll attend- bld w ltehing pils for sev l
ane satedsired. Visiting brothers wiUs i m e5 eds
roeeiWe a oral welcome. l wad a taa r eiv s is te
I _ .. A. P s, C. il eors." Sold by.. U. M0..
W.RMcKzTY,.boan.k 8. t-lu at o.
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:. ...-...i. met Wa-l by i.

1wealaeaiXle r,, owe As
aI-Statm h a i -pe Its -at ear of
Batgaolpeeferthe beia. sm-o
aranItee a--peyJ. _tring

bthkebsteminarketa. There 18 no
doobt ha that the fruit wiR realise

The Oalassavile seemte, which is
Iastroed In harmney by the various
goese of this vicinity aIder the
ameeft ie Galnea-vle a eion Grow.,
e Aoematima ba .s enjoyed a very
mprowp e eusao *aic year. It looked
tin fa 6ite bleg nneng the crop
we dbe et onslAerably short by the
dAoAth, babutar was kad< and ins
:auple time to sm rive from this-
thiestoeed drawback amboant sbow-
e eiae ead the growth seemed to
4 rti aganl with vigor. Th resaalt
-W that the Ga-elaedile section
bipped daing thme seaes.on about 189
oid esar.ldof of eataloopee, all of
wbfghavebrought good retort .
Te gNowers of the Gaineaville dis-
t-let feel peatly eneosraged over the
ie-d for the season just elo-ed, and
will aodoabt plant heavily next year,

Tm C-asse Wmet Brought to Tri-al,
--m But dafst Gave, oM
There were two eases brought for
trial naIJdge Maen*,'s oenrt Monday,
bat she defendants in each ease waited
Se0ainatlos and gave bond for their
appearance at the next term of the
ielst eourt.
Thesesases were State of Florids
vs. ChareI rater, selling liquor in a
dry-eenasy. The defendant waived
.zamlnatle. and gave bond in the sum
of 10 for his appearance before the
lAthe a of the State vs. J. H.
Vaughn, who was arrested on a war-
aat swornout by R. L. Stringfellow
-arginghim with perjury, the de-
fendant waived examination sad gave
bond in the sum of $600 for his appear-
ante before the next grand jury.
Vaughn ia from Newberry. It will be
remembered that he recently failed in
she mercantile business at that point,
stine which time he has experienced
no end of financial trouble and other
dtlaulties. He'ia represented by
Evans Haile. who declares he will have
no trouble in clearing his client.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffering.
"'wish tosay few words in praise
orf Chauberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattie
Burge of Martiueville, Va. "I suf-
fe|ed from chronic diarrhoea forten
years and during that time tried vari-
omi medic*ine without obtaining any

of my children was taken with ehol-
this remedy. Only two dosa were re-
quired to give her entire relief. I then

and did not ue all of one bottle be-
fore I was well, and I have never sinee

?-+/ er b ,,,tt ,that complaint.
-One Cannot say too much in favor o-r
that wonderful medicine." This rem-
edy s forsale by all draggts.

Lying in Wait for Ships.
Odessa: Rs-ia. July 18.-The Runs
---Sian steamer TriTuver, which had ar-
ri-red here from the Persian gUlf says
t.-O E glhlh are persistently spreading
rumors to the efect that six Jaipanese
*arme merchantment yAe lying In wait
air Rualan ships in the R
Conumnptivea Need NotDespair
S As many eases proouneed hopeless
Rbpale have been cured by Fo.
W"oey and Tar. L. U. Ruggles of
Seowa, writes: "The doewtr*
Ha amaspaion atD I got no
ntI edFoley's Honey and
Ith ed me right from the stat
the spitting of blond and
by J. -eCol Ism

ANtersey R.E. DO5 made a brief The yoeeg ewof thedel, desiamMc
se.altna o vis gik spriages- of aingthe .emer s-eaae.at.onS
tom -~u rhave dea i fed to play a woe gsmo- ,
,eorge Bek of Rekty Point was baseball in -ther aobbards at t a 8. 8. pM a i i
AseNag the visitotto Gainesville yes- ball park T1aUday afteriaen, and it n to every equiremat of thesytee im a le
i w h0Is seedless to add that there will be uoi down utcom R otntt oe a
Deputy werit I. e. Fueaste of Ala- plenty of fon on ti. ,e .-sson. aiabe. uI c aad
Atheus sad 8. F. Waits and UAF.ye. % The line-up w il comprise some of dS. thimprus u the o ap, r in theao d ep
Moore of Grove Park were among the beW s twirler. the etioanda petite and. digestion, and o-its t 0e *d aea to a e e
Yisitors to the to&aty epitaol yester- good t uime i t patl by 40 Who t- a good effects are seen, almost ag o 4131116
tend. The admsion wiU be only 2S fro;d the first doae it sertas tn- WrMOMieebsa ass ,- TM
Sent, and atteddanis are assured proInytly in cases a chronic sn ettanSthe ta- Mp. me & .- a.
Mr idn t .T.w e h ve their mone-s worth. -d nia, indigestion andpi o r:- ---U..:S-.A
ti ifrom re vtol The line-up will beast follows: stomach t es and P:erom s.ns
eile whese theyhave ieen on a b t M Anu M Tena, h t does away with the uncom- orfmeritontheopt e a.a. K.a=mw
to the former's parenbts.lThey report r as TSO" W B al, OIses
. lgtfh-time. Mors,.; r. Ton rb i s oess
Mm. A A. mn gs-andr Mrs. lMen. hode wi; e De.s Ot iy.the best to a, but possesses alteawre orl- ra r Ae .-----i
r a s.e Rouse s.; F. Lyn If; W. and if there sis ay taint, hu r orn- in eblo
oie have gone to alm Beach, where Wilson of.; Met cookrf. oves it. Many times a low state of eath is de to a te ma
l thel a te days withMe BetseyJane-Sai8nheileld, e.; L. the blood andcan only be redied by such a remedyas. ..
Amey Sledge sad Howadt. From j. Burkhim, p.; J. F. Seagle lb H. If yo, snffer from debility, weakness, insomnia, nervosnsa, - ap-
Pal Beach they will proceed to Mi- A. Ford, 2b.; A. O'Neill, Sb.; J. F. ite, d digestion, or any of the miserable of a diaod
ami where te y will visit Mr. and Barnesa i M no dingwT so ason put your blood in ACi im
irs. Ed-S n mlughter.'oWill eispAtrhyIf. sst-e-nesethehealtans&
rs. .Ed slaughter. G. Lyn"h. ei; J. A. Goodwin, rf. W t eand a
George W. Moyers has returned The role ha4 been established that 2
from Bennington, where he went sT- all contestants must play in mother -
eral days ago to install a battering hubbards and those failing to report
ram at Spring Park Farm. 'Ibis ram without same will be ruled out. .JA M. uGrAAM, Prnidene t ... O W. R=0Y M
pamps water from a lake a quarter of A great deal of pleasure is antiei- W
a mile into a tank thirty feet in eleva- pated from this game, and is needle ss M mMlavulal I n u-.n
tion which will afford excellent irri- to add that a great crowd will be F fli1 fl |-mfl Hi D
action for the farm, to say nothing of present. The proceeds will be devot-
the safety in fire protection. ed to the cemetery association, and
Among the most popular hotels in being a worthy euse all those who
Florida at this season of the year is eap attend should do so. THE ONLY CHA TE RED BANKI ALAC
the .eblemer House at Cedar Key.! TH O T E A
The hospitable landlord sets an excel- Working Night an Day.
let table, furnishes his guests wit The busiest and mightiest little Capital.. .. .50,000
eeollent beds, and with the excellent thing that ever was made is Dr. King's
breee direct from the bay which fan New Life Pill. Th iese pills change Flpl" and Undivided Pr te. .. 25,-0- 00
you Into peaceful lumiber every night, weakness into strength, listleseanes
what more sold be expected' A great into energy, brain-fag into mental 00s4 @m bTJ lnoiLSelass1q*nMa r ae- biesl 5

popular hostelry just now. ing up the health. (Oly 2Wc Yer box.
3J. PW. Patton has returned ronm __ *--'Sold by all druggitAn ___s.__
Be ington hndhere he has been fortton un
the past few days strLeying lands for I
N. A. Callison, manger of Spring
ark Farm. Mr. Patton states that
Manager Callison has one of the + .most I-- L
prolifc crops he has ever seen. The
crop comprises every staple product E. E. VOYLE. M R
known inthis section, among which Abetracts of Title and fll information fr s
are two hundreds and bof fisher, Frank nty. Ourmanager has lived this ea
and several hundred i nothing on earth trgla w tl s
which will yield prolificly. Among he0 9o 't
other thing fiareseveng an d redaquati armues
of velvet beans, cow pass and peanuts,
whic ill. The ity edtor of The Sun is attle a FE AC IT BURGLARY AND INDE IT

and hetligtiong PtoMr. Farm prill set ing a number of ie FLntA

andm haippd Sundasomely mothis yearng, in am ehip of ad, ad we have o pvat or M Y to
pret o a or ee of profit to the owner. a ies-v-ille s.oct E .Xi aM
eteAmon the soournes at Crnedar Key
are Ed Neil and brother, Frank. rn I

byIte Giml" fbot hmn having. a big Ja. Everard's Canada Malt i mdk.. "* --**
timen evert The ity editor of The Sturn isto A* DVLHO RS --_

and in conditiony of Cedar Key saturday Jackson Florida our business is s ritly n ed to te aadetaile nde- ,. .

anad in condition to resume business.

Gainesville Was Too Much for the
Ocala Boys-Game Today.
The Gainesville and Ocala colored
baseball teams cromsed bat on the lo-
al diamond Monday afternoon', and
at the end-of the ninth inning the
core stood twelve to three in favor of
the bhoe team, which seemed much
superior in strength to the visitors.
Another game will be pulled off this
afternoon, and lovers of the national]
sport will enjoy an afternoon if they
go totheball park. Thegame will be
called at 3:30 o'clock.
With its companions, heartburn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, eon-
stipation, palpitation of the heart,
poor blood, headache and other ner-
vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive ULreath aud a legion
oT other ailment, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
among the .American people. The
Herbine treatment will eure all these
troubles. 0e bottle. Sold by W. M.
Joa son.

S Was Well Known Writer.
-New York. July 18.-Mrs. 3Jargaret,
IHamiltn Welch. widow of Philip H.
Welch. the humorist and herself long
kno as a writer for newspapers and
magalnes. is dead from consumption
In a asantarium at Lierty. N. Y. Her
uband died ebJruo, 1m.


As good as :y.v and better than most '. fl O-I -
Reer. M 1ad of Hop4 and Malt .
and NOT RICE. ..... -
Per Barrel........ $105 -, R
Per Dozen.....-.. l Rates $2.50 per day and up. Rooms with

-fU i -I X---private bath from May 1et to No-
ElflAUJIVU I vember 1st$3 per day.


Co0ibia 0 A 235 W. Bay St, JACKSOxVILLE, FLQMIDA.

oaraBia, y a. se, theregh andre..wly Se i.
Friday, Jly 22 -4. -A 1i p ieta

With Day Coaches and Pullman Sleep- L ;
ing Cars. Via
al -*IRetUalers&adJoWMt

Leave Jacksonville. ... 7:45p. m. -
Arrive Columbia .. .*.)a. m.
ArriveAgunta........ ... 6.m.
Tickets mited three days in addi- S 9a m
tion to date of Sale. good returning o
last train leaving Columbia and Au- UT ID SQA. IMJ
guta Monday, July 2-th.I -
Firtber detaled informatuionwill be HN ktaa ri'm pid w fuaisishelapes appsatim* ai
3. 0 IM AOsahbi ek Nwt UAR SeUep

^JULY~l 1-190t

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am-a.- s :a we .- _ene*"* l- -- i
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4ile" rtmaiiii**

WeVO Puesnam em

wm*irfluta f u f r m I ad-


For Preaentu
-o New York.

tor Vkce-President
of.aSvR. ]>AVlS
o. Wert Virnla.

anite StwAe Senator.

Member Con.re. 9a Distriet.

- ^ /- -. B:

ov ernor.
ecreta ryf State.
: Attorney-General.

--./i-'- State Tr-as.rer. *.
S-pet .emeenteof P.ae iantrue n.
-U: -I a" -r of Airieulture.

oisioad Conmmissoanere
$t.OE L. MOw.*N.
Justice S.preme Court. six Years
Jmlteessuaprese Court
3. J. W-ITgNABW.

a-. N. LL MAN.
Co-uty Judge.
H. ASON. "

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- .- "Ta E ASewm -
-- : "- :- ,-W. O ,8ON-

S -.- "w i I -

Corea ty Surveyor. "
Por Countv Comao3isaiomer.
4J. P. T.WNSE=4.
Por Members of School Bwau.
.. .. wins

The arVoganee of s Western people
reesim a t-saeek from the Japanes-

TI.e St. Louis Obelert Advoeate

mS. i ha' the greater ex-
position the wor has ever seen. The
energy and pr of our great na-
tion is evidene aon very side. Bat
th almost eti absence of aggres-
Tie Christian eflrt for the salvation
of thepeople _hs been a matter for
co t and rere by many.
Sewiefrteuft bave been made
toward unisn ri, but all have
-The Pannone ent, just made, that
the Fair offlastjhave granted a con-
ee4Msion to the .M. C.A. for an au-
ditorium on the grounds for special
meetings is-veryigratifying. That the
Y. '.. 0. (A. should have charge of
sueh an effort is very appropriate, it
being an interdenominational organ-
ization. The application for the con-
eession hbad the hearty endorsement
of leading ministers of the city.
Dr. Clarence Stropse of Virginia
has been selected to take charge of the
meetings. He was highly recommend-
*d by Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, Dr. T.
E. Sharp and many others who were
acquainted with his work as an evan-
gelist. He is a Southern Methodist,
and will doubtles# have the -co-opera-
tion ofour church and pator, as well
as of other denominations. He re-
cently conducted evangelistic meetings
in two of our city churches, the one
at ahanne. being especially success-
ful From Canada to Florida he en-
joys a splendid reputation as one of
the most successful evangelists of the
day, thoroughly orthodox, and in com-
plete sympathy with the church and
its institutions.
The site for the auditorium will be
decided upon in a few days. The ser-
vices will include singing by a first-
class male quartette and a short talk
or sermon of twenty minutes, the
who)e service lasting half an hour
and repeated at intervals during the
We learn that the evangelistic com-
mittee of the Presbyterian church has
engaged one of the large down-town
theaters for Sunday afternoon services,
which will also be conducted by Dr.
Strouse. We hope that both of these
projects will meet with the expecta-
tions of the promoters.

Hon. C -L. Wileon was Florida's
member of the Committee on Resolu-
tions ad Platform of the Democratic
National Convention, and right well
did he perform his duty. He very
soon became intimate with the big
guns of the party, and, we are told,
acquitted himself well in debate be-
fore this body. There is a much high-
er position awaiting this bright young
Democrat, and his people are begin-
ning to realize It.-Lake City Index.
There is not a more honorable, up-
right gentleman, or more sterling
Democrat in the State of Florida than
-Hon. C. L. Wilson of Marianna. He
is one of Florida's brainiest lawyers
and is worthy any position within the
gift of the people. In these days of
self coneeit, not to mention "gall,"
exhibited by many people, it is re-
freshing to come in contact with such
an unassuumng, modest gentleman, of
real ability as Ceph Wilson.

Congressman McCall, in his Fourth
of July oration, said: "Compare the
working of the American idea in Cuba
and its-opposite in'the Philippines. In
the one we saw a people degraded by
centuries of depotism taking their
place of honor among nations, showing
under freedom a stature they had nev-
er attained before, gratefully receiv-
ing their independence at oar hands.
In the other, we dashed the cup of
self-government from the thirsty lips
of a nation, and the result was hatred,
war, the squandering of hundreds of
millions of treasure, and the delug-
ing of the Philippines with the blood of
their people."

The nominating speeches at the St.
Louis convention were extraordinarily
able and entertaining. Such pietu-
resque speeches as those of Littleton,
Carmack and Overmeyer should be
read by every Democrat as much as
the platform itself. Littleton is an
epigrammist land unrivaled phrase.
maker, and the distinguished senator
from Tennessee is known throughout
the land as an unrivaled blister-

woe-ampsa -Mat the oor or the Asn-
g-lo8a : is pretty nearly intolera. The testimonial of honor to, Admiral
ble. They d the Englih ACervera for sending word to the Amer.
and even Rusian extremely mephit i~an fleet off Santiago that Hobson and
le, ad eaa distingelsh the se of his crew had been rescued and would
their di ent enemies at a long di be kindly treated, has evoked a gra-.
tansee. A li .d Tokie de0 or s eioue response from the Admiral at
that -e ra hs h is i peeallar edor Cadis. It was signed by twenty-two
iu -ttawtw a ett Fgovens- of States, beside -Cabinet
Sa er and e ina&e oeils., presidents of unitrsities

ib the
the world
Burns a
It post

most healing eale in
d. It cures Sores, Cutat
Ld all Skin Diseas.

8. Klasbakr, o ast Oi Ststree
Ciao,writg : "I had a b ad e
Pl ta serial years. BAaER SALVI'
cured me quirkldy ad permaeastly t fi
ewweral doctors am rndiM gad Imw
to reieve m."

Sld by W. XeCenam &


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f- A OT r T In Nrit'l wrapio.


Cream Vermifuge



wasWt ItTMvrOus.
Ballard-Soow Liniment Co.
*tr. iLoUsI. se.
Far Sale by W. X. Jeusm.


Baiiesurno o ecIcMgi *ii,

rsm bows* oftsis ptvftKN =N&4
arm *%oft ALuLt Imm a.
-n ot W,"I"rhot=i IWW L MCI.

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T"We do 'pM t
ages arp \We shall with-
draw it -.as s oon as Tibe
great freetrade to Briton and ae-
knowledges Abe authority of the
British government in ITeL Seef.-
-ry Hay yawns andsays: "Ah, is-
deed! Is that all? Go ahead, thea.
Beg pardon. Compliments to Car-
son. -
- O Toesday tre was unviled-near
the north comeerof the District of Co-
lumbia a monuaaen to the solies of
the 122nd New York Volunteers who
fell in the Ight there on July 12i 1864.
This small h:bttle became historical
because it checked the advance of
Early's army which had thrown the
capital in a panic.

In paying 450000,O000 for the eon-
questof the Philippines weseem to
have brought a gold brick of a cont-
dence man. Amerian trade with the
islands does not arow and is smaller
than that of several other -natisa.
Even Spain is sieling about three times
as much to the Filipinos as we are to-

At Iothutt. lu uiqwr Palesine. Is 9
pool which hasrefresLe the traveler
for centuries. It is the well of JJoseph.
Its environs form a dreary enough
prospect. Above it is a low, insigfl-
cant hill upon whose summit cluster a
few miserable mud huts and at the
base is the sordid anachronis o a
puing steam mill, while away from It
tretehes in all directions the taint
toned, almost huelem expanse of the
Syrian landscape: long reaches of pal-
est blue and gray and yellow, with only
an occasional blotch of brilliant color
In the foreground. Dreary and waste
and sad IndeeUtIs the scene to the eyes
of the flesh, but to the eyes of the spite
it that squat, bald bill becomes a veri-
table Mount of Vsions-visions a tho-
sand times more real and vivid than
the spectacle of mud huts and steam
Lill androcky wastes.-Metropolitan

The Non-IItalifg

Eas to take, easy to operate-

Hood's Pills


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nea benam
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J. W., McCollum Co., Dnsiits,106W. t.. Mi B

I .World's Fair Rates.

From skmLE-



Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
till Dec. 15.
Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
sixty days.


Round Trip.
sale daily.
fifteen days.


Rond Trip. Good te
days. On ue Tmnar
ad lThundraias Jun
Gooe oly in cees. -



Either through Atlanta and Chitlanoora or Columbi al AAibeiviMe. "Laiid of the
Skv "" rouse.
Only line from Fmoridu with its own rails into St. toi!. Two trains day ftr
Jacksonville. Through ~4eepini car.
Stop-overs Going and Returning *t tlpr J iwmoutam and summer resort pnatat-s
Carolinas and East Tenner4ee. No extra eoo. An ppotauSi to ist tee mearmtt
of World's Fairs and spend a vacation o the mountain. where side iieam be Ie
through the SapiiAre Country. ,Lake Toxawar. the Hi-chlands. etc. -
Detailed and valuable Information. mas. folders. e,.. eeertaBf T r IiM i M -
appliesion. J. C. LUSK.
DI-triet Pao enger Aesi. o4 We& Bay S.. JaUe.iame, sa.

Air Line Railway
S ... * *

Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash- .


Baltimore, Phila-

delphia. New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from J&d to aNkOltm-t

For full information and sleeper r srtim an
write A. 0. MacDONELL, 8A.
Aust. General Passesge Amt


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m sm' e Ml nisames mb,
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Eiated oM MNrth Side of Square,

Sior. are Meyer Vacsnt-Mr. Mille

"ate deals which has tra spired in thi..
city was -the deal Samuuday, whether
-l e ERi 1Mick WaS trasfrred
to the ownership of C. A. Coleloogh,
Phillip Miller having disposed of the
S same at a enst it is said of w lr20,000.

a-. h sdi~de ofe the re, and i one o
i i esn and oest modern in the city.
--: I e-_-treof ed of briek, h.e front
b of she finest pressed quality. It
e stains for stores n the ground floor.
S- enag aeined Bl.Ede-jtein.iL. J

-- g late hD.uMhtso and Miller&
'ia h stoes. are ea-modious,

and -i e wtirelyf t a handsome e figure.
_h e I ppir story is modernlyeqipped,
anekinga most desirable ctrast with
tOwe elegant walls. This floor is doe
signed entirely for ce purpose, and
the apartment find ready tenants.
Iw o t o nown lut what Mr. Miller
ido at present but is is rumored
-- h at e wflleterrthe wholesale_ u si-

l1im Bemeach A does not expoemc to-
ret ur for everal days. He has al
S was be an im a portent factor In the
ai l eanathie interest of .Gainevilleo
having been in business here for a
number of yeuar o He wa for manB:i
S- years the senir member of the t
t -- lip Miller & Co., whl conducted
Sa susessful wholesale and retail gro-
emay buasiesw for many years For the
past few years he has owned ao inter-
est in thefirxm of Miller & Aera, whO
were succeeded by Miller &Vial. Mr.
Miller has proved himself a most val-
uable citizen, having served as a mem-"
berof the ouncil,and asa foremost
advoete in all matters pertaining to
public alters.
The friends of Mr. Colelough eon.
gr- late hinm upon -this new aequisi-
tion, whick will pay him handsomely
as long as he desires to hold it.
Will Give Aachua a Paper of Whi
Citizens Will be Proud.
Editor 0o P. Setzer of The High
Springs Hornet was in the city yester-
day. He was aecomp unied by his ne-
Sphe, Alphonse, son of H. L. Setne a
tie contractor of High 8pringi.
Mr.Setser informs TheSunthathe
a j acquired possession of The
Alashna 'Hastler, and will take the
: management of that paper early in
August. le is recognized as the oost
original newspaper man in the State,
,and proposes to give the people of
Alackoa a paper as original as The

Sliced in Nigh Springs tot a number of
Editor Setter is becoming a regular

The Best Health Culture.
No poor man ean aford to bother
with any of the experimental health
fads. He is too basy makings living
for himself and family, and when he is

.aicted with a bad cough or cold, or
S- develops catarrh as the direct resultof
aeold, he simply takes a few doses of
Dr. Boeachee's German Syrup. And if
som ething more serious, say consump-
S_ io, pro-trates him or any member of
his family an Syrup can again
be r eled on to effect a care. Trial
bottle. Big bottle, 75c. At W

Met Sh In a Crippled State.
London. .uiy 18.-The Cunard liner1
th- bria. from Niew York July 9 for
Liverpool. was 'in communication with
h -owhPad. this morning by wireless te-
S egraphy and reported that on Jul
12 "at 1 o'clock In the afternoon: in
latitude 46. 10 iorth longitude, de-
gree 5 minutes west. she met the
SAmerclan line steamer St. Lois which
aled f rom oSouthamTton July 9 for
ew York, In a crippled condition. The
St. Loaus had sustaine- danpage to
her machinery but the Injury had been
teeporarily repaired and the steam.
or was proceeding 14 knots an how.

jNew York, JWy 1.--With a record
of sine c ictiouxs ands s many terms
h rison oe M bas appeal
en to pole Nr rat Ommen fo*
ref0e1 in the el4 I ary because ht
was unable to eu=: an honest livifig
ui must either voeal or starve.
Th maisttratel granted Johnsow's
les with the provistonis that he would
send him to the penitentiary in order
to keep him from temptation and Ir
the meantime would try to find some
work for the ex-conviet where he
would not be reminded of his past.
Johnson Is 53 years old and wel:
educated. In a long address to the
court he attributed his downfall tt
gamhMfng. After running through, s
fortune left by his father, he stl t
to secure, the necessities of life anm
was sent to prison for five years.
There he learned& the trade of shoe
mtker. but soon found he was a
marked man among fellow craftsmer
and could not retain a position. He
was driven again to steal and went
through the same experience nine
Johnson declared his experience
which lhe told in detail, to 'be a com
meon tone among ex-convicts 'and-saia
-that. despite his repeated failures
-A was determined to live an honest.
IHfe in the future.

Placed Infant in Kettle and Threw Ii
In a Well.
LaGrange. Ga.. J-ly 18-Parthey.Ed
mondson. a negro woman. Is in jai'
in LaGrange. charged with the killng
hof her little baby ;only or 4 daV
It seems that the; woman placed the
baby alive in a keltle. put' the aettl
in a sack and dropped tTie sack tc
the bottom of a dry well about 30 o
40 feet deep. The chiM had it~ skul:
ternshed by the fall, but despite this
remained alive. It was still alive where
some parties passing the well the
next afternoon heard Its cries and fish
ed-- out the sack. It died (te nex
morning. It was in the well a day an<
anight before found.
The coroner's jury found that tht
child came to Its death at the hand!
of its mother by having its skull crush
ed by dropping down a well.
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 rate in each direction
between Jacksonville and Sanford is
only $3.75, including meals and state-
room berth, and is certainly very
cheap. Steamers leave Jacksonville
Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at
3:30 p. m., and are due inSanford
about 9 o'clock, the next morning;
leave Sanford, returning to Jackson-
ville, at 9:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednes-
days and Fridays, due in Jacksonville
2 o'clock the following morning. Pas.
sengers 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
stateroom accommodations, our advice
is, take a trip on the beautiful St,.
Johns river. F. M. IaoNMoXQaI.

ainesvile Mcbine Works


Can turn and straighten whole length
of Seating and Pipe-Cutting
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Mrs. Hughson, of Chicago, whose

letter follows, is another woman in high
position who owes her health to the use of
Lydia E P'iam's Vegetae Compound
"DEAn Mus. PnrHAi:-I suffered for several years wh gene
weakne and bearing-down pains, caused by womb trioub My.
tie was and I would lie awake for hours, and coud
until Iseemed more weary min the morning than when I red. After
reading one of your ad vertisements I decided to tiy the ita of L-ydt
. Pikhanm'a Vegetable C popm nd adIam glad I did. oWne
can describe the good it did me. I took f f bottles f lly, and
besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and posm
out of my body, and made .e feel as sp and active as ayo _irl.
M m. Pnkhatm's medicines re cer a tam*ly fl they are claimed to b -
MBS. M. E. Hmzoso-, 347 East Ohio St., O.icag, I.
Mrs. Piukham Tells How Ordinary Taks Prodtce Dsplacem--a.
Apparently trifling incidents in woman's daily life frequently preduIe
displacements of the womb. A slip on the stairs, liftlgduring -mestruatan,
standing at & counter, running a mewing machine, or attending to the aomt
ordinary tasks may result in displatbement, and atrainaof erioukevilsi started.
aThe first indication of such trouble should be the signal for ik ctio.
Don't let the condition become chronic through neglect or a mataken idea
that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone.
More than a million women havreg d health by the ve of Lydia B
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound -
If the slihtest trouble appearA whTih do ot derta
write to )ErL. Plakhan, at Ly14 Boxma, for her advice, ad a few
timely words from her will you the right t -ing to do. Thi
adviescoaftyou o thifabutt tmay amen life oeorhapp or both.
SMrs. Leah Stowell, 177 WelHIgt
St., Kingston, Ont., writes:
DpaB MB&s PiAx-Youan are indeed a
gode to women, and if they all knew what
yo uld do for them there would be no need
Sof their draggin out miserable lives in agoW.
S *I sAfered for years with bearing-down
womb trouble, nervousness,and excruciating
ache, but a few bottles of Lydia E. PIn*I ki&
Vegetable Compound made life ook
new and promising to me. I am lihtand
happy and I do not know what sickne
is, ad I now enjoy the best of health."
Lydia E. Pinkhaau's Vegetate
S -T Oaopln can always be relied upon to retire
health b' women who thus suffer. It is a sovereign curmS
tbe worst forms of female complaints,-that bemrng-down feeling,
back, falling and displacement of the womb, inflammation of the aoaries and
an troubles of the uterus or womb. It dissolves and expels tumor fom the
terus in the early stage of development, and checks any tendency to acerO
ous hamoms. It subdues excitability, nerous pr ion, and toas up th
tire fele sytem. Its record of cures is t f greatest in the world, a
aood be e oed upm with cfidene. .
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thereby keeping the system
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.iwsl n _ as nw
seemiller san Blie 1o8tten was
ia miB P~sta's work tbe 1ose
lhp||Ei|||uliwhere it was ihee
4 1Ve a cause this state

gtr tha kagathey :fe last h eaky st.a
0- atamendment w

r- sack mnotlosr 1as ea.t. Thel
ro an ght was or dispensaries to
be. ielrULo t py& ree *o :
Georgia masy yt have a. state re-
hinaor-a yuthful^e, c m t as
:-f rl h ac ton of the -present
b ptel t, _1 roio.lns for such a it te
..osm : iy was .hitEroduc w. it- the
a -se bty the special Joint committee
apo n:-ed- -oder Me resolution of M.
lder. of B tbb. an. cf which omwmit
-tee 'r.- eld-- s chairman. Ta t
4a.a*m tee M'As cCn' posed, beside Mr.
ar of Senatr*s McMichael, Cef the
|tw.tp-fourtl^ Eancd Lee, of the torty-
1gehapne and a#jsrs. Dunbar, of Rdi-.
The hill was referred to the commit.
teei, the whoe t.se Instead t :
|tkt sepi alar,1andi^ng comme*te^
Wiltkxv wf^ tofyaginglt up o'early
leSi U. its a .it effort will be male toc
have it faed -or- tae special oilrer one
ay efA:ft week. In this way et f
-hoped pass i t and get it oier tre
the B i-eate before the heel of the es-
t 'e dvocIates of ar Immigration bn
am t after a stubtorn f Pgnt, ias.ud
h .e 1- prodding for such a state l-i
! original bill providing for a
hearsf 11 -members and a secretary,
was abandoned and the bill as paFe.i
-was a mbse te- by Mr. Taylor. of th -
artyseeed provIding o -il yfr t-e
A lpentment of an Immigration comn
:- most other respect. the substl-
itm6 embodied all the matter of the
*isal bill, bit included a section pipr.
witting property owners, with Am-
eral, grietttral, timber or other Ian&s
rto sale to register the same with trme
immigration commissioner on payment
a-f fee. This fee was fixed at& 1S
riginally. but the-substiltute was
ateended so as0 to make the aamonnt
An i- sUally lare am-sber of sera-
tors pt!'rasti 4 in the debate. whtch
was exceedingly enimated.

g 1q -WaS HerWTeror.
e"I wold ough nearly all night
IShug,' writesaMKs. Chas. Applegate of
xan Uria, aid., "and could hardly
get a*y s-eep. 1 had consumption so
S that if I walked a block I would
oigb rghtfully and spit blood, but,
Wen all other medicines ailed, three
SP1bottles of Dr. King's New Discov-
M7 wholly eured me and I gained 58
Seo e e fs, colds, lagrappe, bron-
Pulee U aod *1. 1 rial bottles free at

' mound Trip Rates to Washington, D.C.
Atlantic Coast Line, the quickest]
seate by two hours and eleven mio-

Weshington and ret.n,, *87. Tickets
o sal4 e^ Florida and West In-
dlan Limited, fastest and finest all.-

ar trainA between the East andSouth.
S as JacksoVlIle at I9. ., arriving
a aio 75 a .olowing
aoroi -No 46, Atlantic as Line

f ollowtlag evening. An excellent
W-.ortunityo visit the nation's -capi-
ast. Ticket. good to
e. t to_. October 81st. Avail y-ou
e:i ofb the qw-m kes t and best .ine.
Be trains earry Pedllmsa drawing-
eoom sleepers. Jacksonville to Wash.-
0gos. Florida and Iwet Indian
Limited earrie Pullman finest dining
VOW, savannah to washn .to. .
-- e ses.i stie R ***et n Ied M
ST think what tme was wasted ai
ar:gaiag about the house of lords,
Stories isaIng It ought to be preserved
bgmas e it was clever and Radilts say-
og it aught to -be destroyed because
Swas stupid, and at the time ao one
sc -aw tat- it was right because It was
upId, becae the chance mob of or-
S iary men thrown there by accident
at blood we -a great democratic pro-
test ast the lower house, aiast
.s esteranastmlence of the aristocracy
f ae.-besterto's "Napoleon of
Wstti ur. -

g1da toea fo-d Io ti Into, athe rim-
-ai prest its pas-ge by the MeZi-
,- Be reached tuee I. posle his
-C with strict ljuanconas against he-
traying their a pr e sad took his
position os the bak where ib e couMl
SMe aly there came there report o
ga ro fed by one of his sentries.
Captain Kenly ran to the place, har-

-g ees eemy. and ound the -
sk w dare ayou afol y t hgnr ax-
etl"med the anfy apta n. eeThe e whole
will t be -.arou ed."

Even ai be spoie to long rol tofe the
.ms came t eting don. the wind.
he entry saw planly enough
trouble be bad got Into, but he a3-1
"Wekl, captain, yo aee I was ui

thed anleepd that to keep Ays rep
awake I kept pointing my gun at
4d& 1 saw on the river, and I thought

bow I would like to-whsper to It. aned
bang it, I forgot the gun- was cocked
The man escaped with a sharp repri-
mand from General Quitman. who sent
him wono tbat If he ,venr "whispered"
gaidn without orders it would be all
over with him.

No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con-
inootwuly writes F. A. Gollege, Ver-
ena l Alt. "I had a terrible ease of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
iled Bocklen's Arnica Salve cared

Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
SYou ean secure o a opy of the new
edition of bookles entitled, "What to
Say in Spanish and How to Say It," by
ending two cents in ostage to W. H.
Leaby. division passenger agent, At-
lantic Coast Line railroad, Savannah,
Gergia. i d

Take modee that the reis tration books for
Mact o or the bsrtrteitrion of ele-
tors l be open tor legfistratLon eon Monday
ie Ist d of Alwst, A., 1. i04. at theeoar
bouse, in the oefie of the $upervisor of Bete-
rton. until the th daj of October. I1O.
Bour of reistraon frotm9 o'clock a. m. to
12 o'look an.. and from 2o'clockp a. until 5
o'clock p. m.. on Moday. Vedloemray and Sat
opeua eguirasto books in I each district from
Saturday nOtober. fromN clock a m. un-
til IS m.. and from I o'1 oc p. m. until 7 p. m.,
for reistratIon of eecirs. District books
ill be open two dan sin ecb week. and dis-
West regIstrati-on offlcern will give notice byI
eoatngr sase. naming tberdays the books will
be open. nt S. CHEVES.
SupertsoUr Re rstration.


The Orange Springs Normal and
Commercial Institute
Will open on June 13 for the fifth sue-
eessul summer term, Excellent ad-
vantages. Expenses light and free use

Principal, Gainesville, or L. L. Meggs,
Orange Springs, Fla.


The Holmes Company

Have established a cooperage plant at
Gainesville, and are now ready to
supply manufacturers of naval
stores and others with the
Best Spirit Barrels on

- s w.* o.....w eone .....

5 W*eorthee mportantpoisad reaeefuym
solieit a har of yo ar iutM.les.

S --Agets for the-

Vietor SafeandLok Company

The "Victor'" isthe best Isafe maie, ad parties contemplas- V
ing the purchase of a safe or a thing in tBt line,.
from a box to a bank vault, will msave money
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Information cheerfully furabhed. GAINEVLLE FLORIDA

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


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Depart For

Time Table in effect June 5, 1901.

Arrive From

-- q+ Spm0 d -- -- --
7X00Opm High Springs andlater 10:10am
Daily mediate Points Daily
12:40pm Ocala, Leesburg and Tamp, and 8:10pm
Daily Intermediate Points Daily
2:10pm Palaika, Daytona, Ja bonville. 1:560pm
Daily Nornh, East and West Daily
. .. .. -- o .. .

12:15 am

High spring, Wayeros, savanna, ru-swaK,
Albany. Atlanta. all Points North, East West



Roehelle, Micanopy and Citra

High Springs

9:D5 as

S Dauly
ex. Sunday

Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin-
cipal railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic CoW
Line; also via Atlantic oast Line and Southern lailway.
For complete information, call o-
J. A. OOODWIN. Ticket Agent, OlalnsvUlk.
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agz.. W. D. BTARK, Trav. Pass. Agt
188 W. Bay st., Astor Bnilding, JacksoaUille, Fla.
H M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr.. W. 3 CAIG, Gen. Pass. Ags.,
Wilmington. N. C. Wilmington, N. C.



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W. C:. BROWN, Proprietr,
Newberry, Fla.

- Having opened a finrst-elass livery
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in my line. Don't fail o call on me
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Exeurion tickets now on sale daily
from GaineTville tMSt. tLoui a e- -
4.10 .......... a li it Be=. th
86.80 Retur limit + days
$20 Retura limit 1I days
anseal aosnh exzeamaiM-I MSS& t-

turn limit 10days from date of sale.
Tickets wM Tuesdays in July.
Corpndig low rates -from other
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fatiomal, State and Co -resu -
al Ticket-1904.
lPresider.tal Eletors.
C F. Buffumn-Framklin county.
Geo. K. Robison--Marios eouaty.
Geo. H. Hol n3m--Beawd county.
G. A. W. Wendell-eadsde eounty.
A M. Gmuhman-AlMehua Cu:nT."
ForXy ,rvtor-Hom. M. -> Macfar-
Secretary of Stt,--Jd .-: Horr,

AtOrnty-Genera-Fr n C. Cubber
Comptroller-J. L Skipper Polk.
Treasurer-E. M. Brelserd, Dade.
Superintendent of Public Instre-
tiom-W. O'Neal. Orange,
ommissiomer of Aigricuture-3. s.
Rowley, Putnam.
RaUilroad Oo-omiioaer H- J.
Riteie. St. John.
Justice Supreme Court for term o
six ymars-W. B. Shepparc, Eeambi,.
Justices Supreme Court-O. F aw
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E. P. Axtre. Dewal.
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lhatHM appesndeand What Is Going
1 appen Toel in Short farawapha
to That H*.t Who Rune-iay Read.

Oldnsewapepers for sale at The Sun
Prof. 3. ii. Kelltun of Alachea is in
William Littledale of Hawthorn is
lis heitay.
Brew MeElvin of Albion was a visits'
-. S -t.aity y .-ested*a .-.-
atenmeont' Wonderfu algey for le
i9p-lI.;W-. M4ala & Co. ::.- ---
MerrillD. Wileoz of Early Bird was
vbting frleads ain this city Sunday.
Ma. A. F. Balme, an estimable lady
of Cyril, ws abopping in the city yes..
,W L. Iastinger of Broason was
aong tebusinessvisitors tothie ity

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R evr. B. Roger nsi madtr|ip to
Otterf Crek Sunday, where he con-
ins_ ted-se.-e sT s.- .
3. M. Whidden of Otter Creek was
among the arrivals at the Brown-
BaHe yesterday.
Hiee, large, well furnlaed room to
Srsem ea blhek next to-square. Apply at
The ggasges. sf.
Mrs. Jessie Whitaker of Valdosta,
Gs., isa in thelty. a gnest of Mr. and
| sa. A. .M Peumnell.
G.O.rm of iOeaa, agent-for the
Atiatie Oot Line at that plae, was
etor t this city Sunday.
Sms Maulse anbtrie and doMands
11<11 -4 a briftf hut lAatfrhtfnl

ge, ar. *Usineho ean usem Tablet as.
diprsed Sunsay for b idmass
I 5 where he wil rep -. A- .adshew f Ws i..
Samt|ways. 'g the visited tbl to cist
o Ear Bet.-From August Irt store day. He called at The San and
, iegtd ryaCook. Apply Thos. enewod hwspabeeriptos.
V Porer" wl.e.
her E.ai tE of laeksnville repwe-
e B. E. T or ? the r" seatig IhNew York Life r4sie
National n bas reasoned from Oimpaay, was ast the Brown Hose
brief visittoleksoBvllle. yesterdaft
White Spring and retean Sundays o {. P o WQ Roi,
d*ringea iea ris G. A U. By. Nine C ot. A. P. MOrrOW. Honta. v G e Robin
how. at springs and return same day. son and .A. i. CuwIan have ra ae
Only -o". Through coach tf bfP r up, rtie for the p fe
Ladies' ealtling eards. gentlemen's days. They report a delightful time.
kiid of rds printed i other and are very mueh improve physi-
k p he ltest er d.--- -
tyles at this ofiee--anId the price is Han. .A. Roshoroua and a I
eonab. too. n.... -, N ,. A.. .

J. R. Flter, who is conducting a
fish business at Waeahoota on a profit-
able ale, was in the city for a few
ours yesterday. He was en route
from Roe elie, where he spent Sunday
with relatives.
Ji Lee Stokes of Micanopy, M.
Chamberlain of Tacoma, Captain J.
HOCarserj Farfield, V. .1. Herlong
of BesUa s and George Main of Rocky
Point were among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
J. A. ottow4 of Tampa is in the
city. Mr. Bolloway, who is repre-
resentin the Cable Piano Company,
wa for several months a resident of
Gainesqville, and his friends here are
glad to -ee him again.
Mars alChas Pinkoson went yester-
day to Jaeksouville, where he will
apen d Or During ba-
sene the Ipoitiooehief of police
will be filled by Offir Cromwell,
while Robert Bennett will hold down
th*e night watch
Among the visitors to this city yes-
terday was Hon. T. A. Doke of Mon-
teocha, menber of the school board
from that district, and one the most
influential residents of that eity. He
reports the people of his section as a
rule prosperous and contented.
P. M. Oliver's Auction House, south
side of W411 street, is the cheapest
4tore on eath. Buoys foreash, sells for
cash. B usino risk, is why he ean di-
ide his rfits with- his coatomers.
Oliver wll buy anything from you, or
aell anything for you at auction or
private ale. By all means call and
see him. t.
George T. Smith of Baltimore, the
clever traveling representative of the
Bond & Me tzel Paper Company, Bal-
timore, wa in the city yeerday in
the interest of his firm. The Bond &
Mentae Company are good people, and
IM flrsaith enjoys afine trade through.
out bse State.
mnong the prominent Floridians in
this city yesterday were Hons. Frank
W. Iama of New SmyJra and Jar W.
Perkins of DeLand. The former ii the
clever and efficient State senator from
Volusia coonaty, while the latter is
prosecuting attorney. They have
many friends here who were glad to
see them.
Cheap rates to White Springs and
return via G. A G. Railway. Daily
limit, 15 days. (. Week end, going
Saturday and Sundays, returning
Monday following, $2.50. Leave
Gaineille 8:45 a. m., 6:15 p. m. Sun-
--~ excurs.on onl on ola. ,i.ev

------"-" -" -- ....... "-"-" ay exersio only one dollar. -Leave
-51 to friends at Waldo Sunday. Gainesville 6:45 a. m. Nine hours at
The a has about 8,000 old papers springs and back same day. J. F.
ha. d whi.h will be elosed out in Hi.L, agent.
f I0 or more at $1 per 1,00 Miss Isabel DeLesal of Darien, Ga .,
The flendas of Mr. J. P. Bauknight after a brief visit to this eity, departed
wiegret to learn thatahe was taken for her home yesterday. She is aister
erlomaly ll at her home Sunday even- of Mrs. F. W. King, and was sum-
i"g _" moned here on account of that lady's
Arthur Chitty of Micanopy, a mem- illness. The patient having improved
her of the irm of Chitty & Son was to a point where she is now considered
a business visitor to this eity yester- out of danger, she felt safe to return
d*.- k home. She was accompanied by Fred,
J. H. Malphurs of Campville was in Mae, Katherine and Julia King, who
the city yesterday and made The Sun will spend an indefinite period atDa-
an agreeable call, renewing his soub-. rien.

.eIiptmio. Read This.
Christopher Matheson has returned Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16, 1899.
front Kanapaha, where he has been Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear
for the purpose conducting service Sir: During the past year we have
at the Presbyterian church. -old over twenty-four dozen "Hall's
P. B. RedeliN of Butfort, S. C., wais Great Discovery" for kidney and blad-
in thbe city yesterday. He is formerly der troubles, and during that time
of Cedar Key, and was en route to his. have received no omplaint.
home, where bis wife is now sojourn,- G. Vrsp AcwtfPu lON
i- g with her mother, Mrs. Lewis. A-e.. Te "' de
-.....-. -.we.- a prominen busins .. One small.t o the Texas Won-
mn IofI Adl,-Ga, sopped- over in the i- .... : ""
"or a few hours yesterday. H is der, Halls teat Discovery, cures ll
s d withGainesvillee a nd de- kidney n l troubles, removes
....v icu "" "^" *s' ... el, eures diabetes. seminal emis-
-lsew neat to At ais the fne own atiena. weak and lame backs, rheuma.*
In theSot_., ti.m and all irregularities of ale kid-
Mrs. 3e. A. ste1 an- Miss Eva Ieys and bladder in toth men and
-ii* -i---:="-'-_:.r f- --k.+-o men, regniates bladder troubles in
--ai.edspane Vtemay for White1 hildren. If no sold by your druggist
Sprnw, whets they will recperate will be sent by mail on receipt of #1:
for a ......w da -.-.as the ets of........... the One small bottle is two months' tret-
Hai.mion Ritel. Friends wish them a i.ent "ad. n fal s to p rf a
-. i n f i -u the. I we. Dr"- -ErUest W. Hall, sole aU-.
--. -- :--.t.ls r.P. o box -, ,. LIa. Me.
-_----_.-s-ne mlai s Sold. lqall]
inuuw _
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ser, mrs. AT.. eKing, were iu uI ty c'j
from Windsof yesterday [ Boe-
borough has been nominated or ahe
Legislature from Alachus eoasey, and
will no donuh make. an ear ast sand

Mr.al M tS o.R. Aramo- M- am
^*-inhx gem. teoui6eKr K~
where they will weesparateforA f*

n the streit J. 8. Goode & Ga., tw
AloeaedeTaieor hsasepted atie
fle gto Worthington Sprints tor a
few( day' reeation.
A. B. Simmons and sonD Hubert, L
C. aId Frank Walker, OM.h P-ami
of Beall, W. L. 8mith of Wannee. and
1. H. Vaughn of Newberry were
amoag the vistos to this city jester'
day. Mr. Vaugha is a recent merchant
Miss Cora Wittstoek, a charming
Jonag lady of this city, us the goest of
hereo.si, V. Yi VeDarid of the la-
Crosse section. Mis. Cora and two of
1her co sins, Miss Lelitha and lite
WMis Hettie, are attending singiag

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faithful representative. -hool at AntioCh.
O. W. Maim* of Monteocha was inJ T. 3. MeRae of Hawthorn, a mane-
the city yesterday and as fae-re' agent in furniturate, ete. who
agreeable caller at The Suo offiee, -injoyilng a fine business, was among
renewing his ubs ptripon this the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
paper. Mr. Maines reporns erops He departed in the afternoon for Live
good in hi seetion,. with the in. Oak and other points, where he will
dication that the ginning .eason will remain for about ten days.
be early this year, Sam Leonard, formerly connected

Mrs. L. C. Lynch departed Sunday
for Delaware, where she will spend a
eooole of months with frieze ds and
relatives. She was accompaiied as
far as Jacksonville by Mr. Lynch,
who returned to the eity yesterday.
Friends wish Mrs. Lynch a peleasaat
and healthful sojourn.

with S. V. Duke in this city,. later
from Oeala. was in the city Sunday.
Mr. L bamrd has accepted a traveling
position with the Southern Fruit Coimn
pany, Jacksonville. and inasmuch s
he is a clever young man and capable
of making friends will no doubt enjoy
a fine trade.

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velveITthy rooe aparm. which rlfl eB
.^-|v~lucy aperne whteletremateB O
Sthe 1ae anul wabed off. Not efeted
by perupiratiom. dust or Ilplhurio
IOeke. Prlfied and lets tuju'loas thtac
Once Tried, Always Ued.
-" Copyrigh ed In goMld emboemed green
":" box.es.- WIte,-Fi. Brene n. -
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Mr..and Ms.J. Fletcher H have
returned froma brief but pleaant vs-
ito the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Chitty, as Miesnopy.
Mrs. R. G. Bass of Evinston, after a
brief visit to her sister, Mr. L A.
Thrasher, this city, departed yesterday
for High Springs, Where she w8i spend
a few days with hwr son, R Bass.
Mnr. Bass has mauy friends in Gaines-
ville who are always glad to welcome
T. R. Piekett of the firm o0 T. R.
Pickett & S'on, manufacturers j lum-
ber, Newberry, was among tie bosi-
ness visitors to this eity yesterday.
He states that the mill is busy now,
the-demand for his produoet beirg very
good. He owns one of the mopt mod-
ern mill in the county, and enjoys a
most prosperous businew.
Among the visitors to this city yes-
terday was Mrs. A. B Oliver and her
interesting little daughter, Bessie, for-
merly of Gainesville but now residing
in DeLand. Mrs. Olirer was en route
to visit relatives in Hague a-id Live
Oak. but had the time to call on her
old friends in Gainesville, Who love
and appreciate her for her kinlly dis-
position. At Hague she will be the
guest of her uncle, J. A. J. St icklanGl.
At Live Oak she will visit her brother,
and from that place she will- proceed
to White Spring., where she will. re-
main for several days. Friends of
Mrs. Oliver were delighted ln see her,
and regretted that she could pot re-
main longer here.

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