Gainesville daily sun


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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday)[ -1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027051
oclc - 32994415
notis - AKL4641
lccn - sn 95026977
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Related Items:
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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V .XXI V, N 0. 6 : AJNESVIILE. FLORJIDA T111 1 :: '1 ll V. .11 IA 2*. 11.107 TEN CkNTS A WE

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Early Yloraing Duel. at -trPro


iroublO~~~ts env~e T~ O.tu %'t t' t-e H Lve V R~va:. Cas e;, Rushed into Building and Escaped III

Ca. Famlkes Reswiltzo on Ma-ijay M..i- Out j~ic 5rot Himr~ T~ice-Af .
In Fatal lermaat 3,'-,%rifsts v%- tertwoord She Surre' cred to t *e Au* *. .. r Policemen Joited in Not Puruits~

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j.' It I.P' I it 1 1.1 ,iJ~* '. II~ a. PAID $10.000 FOR 810 ROCK. i4i''I U'1,46
Ar '1. :i. :.. .4 .Six Men Dead as Result of Tnree IN),* 14~* It*4 ~l N.! ',I.S 2.3 years, a
~~r44Al;. ~~ ~N~ 44. '! F, j . ..~ ., ii r. not ull' LL4 i V .-41"IL Ivl- Millionaire Barbour Wanted Large A~ie at). I lived At fldJgtied Park.
4) 4.4~ ':1 .i..t 4 til'. 'IIBoulder for Monumnent. N~J>e
tie~~~~~~M -'Ig I ;~I...1!.:.- 4*4''. N.* J.* .1:. L. Sllii4II .0itr \,11". Nor:ing rfeached
ider .Xlarli :t*'' 1142 .'. ., ,- ~ HE QUIT WORK( TOO SOON. p: ra, I r. cltuL* it) th 'eriorenuii n't s
away, z&',l I ati %%:,. a %4 1131* 4: l.*, i .'. i d '', .;1- 14 -, !,Ii 0 it jI: ('.it. alt- ite' or andI fired a shot ua
This Caused Stri~e Among Employees I;It .i, ti,%ln otmn MIa WU
47iimna1 t-i-ki w( I3' fi' I- .,il i. I I I. \%: 1.2: i*; 1 of Rock island Lines. c. nf~i' *.: \y1I' init 1). ?'..ur nalf re t d ar lo ig t th

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emred lat, Miarl .it '~ I'lle hi : ,trisen' nf'~c. Til At 14 of tile14 ni on which kllit' 1115 lt1t *411 of wai, a ba l.;a init-i ge %uo lnHisfad the wuilg d WW.
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himtood. it, 14.i : :~ t U I iir" Ti#.6i iIA ''- V. e!.ii Smit w it me-Il .'); Thd I hta6.1 1, Cou t. t a p lig euailb
Iht NI'v .1 (*~'. :411, ii Ila 3,4 r tl ~ it SIh'% as i''-'la'. on- ith c'I !h H i D LEs A TES UN ESRA LE duy. The. ('('u hav3 ify fair.'.a. step aod hi e beuwsldingu
4e 11 4 ~ar, i''tar3' .14 'r~' TI. I .# n.r'l lt M ii s ~i t' r .( I lot .ht mo a I, ti iiii te is' o%, :! trtobeWas .seag Wr A ~~U~i3)1 Pa Cliu enuc.At ofg upi. '.Wre tured aind ftirway te ilb
t seco' dodor.1 darte'd afte Mullle ,)''. (
of to .I r. fN;i'h Itt i.591!g i N *alod I ree. trta Peac Co1erece liet r'tltin:a The Al- ih 4t oult l I ett n e py o om
in~Ma haH ; i '* 4I. 1'1. :4. .-i 'IS i E EG TE UNDES6 J93.4 .1 ~IABLEI. Walsh's foot Ili pe oa'atr creat the
fb~j M ;:i~nan :o ha niirwrg rt IP. Ne Ytr;, .1Ill 21d:,n~iht te-n an whlahe AA eosii4

C1011, JAMESTOWN EXPOSIT:ON do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs.
a" +~ i Atentic Coast Lie Offering
mehe o A trcieRes Jelemrna Mullins of Oidessa, Nk.
The FON noun" I Va. "'Because, after Suffering
Old Wne With trwitofor several Years with Lml
%M SWw~ inZdorn;A',1 k trouble, and trying di feren alec

TsU NNA MIAMI ,wI : te 0 7. medicines without obtaining relief. I at last
HI r ~At-: fc'u;J, in WVine of Cardul, a golden medicine for all my
of ase Subeaewe In Taken i.t;')-' :'
rO.4ORJJ.e~~a~ l~.ftz. ;r ,.:rr Ritfa '.. :~iWs. 2:Jcain recommend it above all others for female soi WrekI earch fo REPRIGICRACOR day, cii'- -Its. ~'~.-l''.
W"1111 w e rin a "O :the (ti la. ,:I a tiwh V0.11, t *'t\( ir- c r~ a s '
SMp aJWz.Is anydn doeder ti w eommen a0 tltic tCk! .; tilt Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,
~~ ~ii~~unt hotm d pst komnia~~ o? 1hir1'k .h.t ha h;uOI~oJ~cal pains, irregular, painful or unhealthyv CataeW phimo of a number of ~ ODORLESS" Itdas i-i i.U we t h.~at loo-od- nak rl flj.dtow, and all ailments from which sick women
MSsim v e"s In ~ ftW ZJ' eabot I who* do nut. ft#I ie ongt)h suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure
~~~~1-t owa In~ s o "t. e sa., w tra xloo-zi-' (,f I in. jig sleepoitr b*rth!..
b shlfa thl bv f wsipi mfatbtn touaa tri of ,(or -%: V'e,&eoble medicine for girls and women who are subject
*am hs bee thm'very eflurd r~t. tin is ai' 0! i i;- to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited
Ojs knows. JIt Tareefletosevye. cent a rrw.t fur ditane Tra-'-.1 tsr over a million who used to suffer as you do.
sped ad will Mterest evefy bausekeeper cmis 4eT u I.~un rp!un.
~u .T". Wu Is of' and ofaewitio "60or !Pon\lI*mt ujl (,(.espo43Iditil~y At every drug store, In $.00 bottles.
lly ma few feet eavagesm $111 T"e ____________~~~a .iwi ftewate. Wi otvica rates6~b f... rom ill '' I*r pointss.
enobarS o rmSP se$Owen" The rate ,i~o above is~ a %or. Wn 98 A IZT= WIN FE lKI
09 owl l1and lodso with many 1,#o, !#, a r. availing t!eititlie in peus a!ed 08 -se Lit".'
of ths nows beinga~.. In-a~ Tm.r Ao T="D0U0
of. taking advantage ofisr thei Th.Cbss day
Well B .~ .I R J fi-d fo th -(ach excursion rat*.t, OF___________pow ~ ~~one day at t- at of the we~ek. C AD U
411111IN na o t!agent he vki! I quote you ratesI
through. riot cetly' for the coach ex-' ll'
SS P. .. 7 or':rsifn. which it; particularly refor.AB TCT & RL Y COP N
an osiii red to in this writing, but any addi. OO o td
vi"mdI In- - 'tional lim-it, o! tickets.E. O L ,M R
of 1111"M ISo" To aii Teacheresowm School Officers; If you cannot r~t the agent person. Abstrmet of Title E.d ful VsO YLE~ oS
of Florida: adl b roppjngr card or letrto, thrty Ou atrbslvdi hseuifa j eave eS
or fourteen years I have given I Frank C. Itco'liftoln. district passenger1 Is h'oughI omeutwhlwsie
ai w mkilss a freely of my duei In an effort to niaind agent of the Atlantic Coast Line at I- l
of m w bane taim a crieditaible school Journal for 'Jacksoinville. Florida. you will bel. 411 M ."
M o0&tes&the teachers of Floida. This bais fumishtcd R ith rittes direct, to an y FTRE.ACZ'T.)..OAY N INDMNIY INURN. snror
~~g ~ ~ .-vse h ba f eired, and to the excpostion "011 AQ IsT nu L!r oLARYi AD len n IN E njiY
Osbei-mm b~n.been, with we etirely labor ofpointdo senin O ubro rmnn mr"r AN& nls emale
-W a If rei of eer Ioe; for while The Exponent has al- ,tf whi... k ind a limit of ticket. REAL ESTATE A.DCT LAS
'mdw' itene. ays paid the actual expense of publi. G3aji' asooro-L11 'lx
_______ aels, the time and labor put uponu SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME.
ft have been my contribution to the.-IETE .JRA..HMTN
wm W V. A. NAUMof educktionua-eeertully glien.'They Heal tl'e Skin and Takie Away
a"s_0___ lw ol It Is true, but mone the less a con- Its Impurities.
litf" 01101111lo Aoogthe four thousand teachers and give the body a wholesome glow.& C OPN
aftwse a 1m of and school olilleers of Florida. it INow you dout Lave to go off toa
We washe d as the 0dd seems to me there ought to be found bligh-priced re~crt to get them. Puj
10feet mnnft asagh educational interest and State ferslwortu flnocsLqd IN SU R A N C E
iiiiielpao sevifls pride to support liberally a creditable ISulphur Int the h~ot water, az.d you PRE t6KGIEVLE LRD
oiiIIII qpsm to o~ educational journal. While The Ex- get a perfect Suj4.Iur bath right in
he ~dHe Mbd vimie post is accorded by the educational, yOur Own home.
do athi. was sM Poess of Asserim a place among the Apply Hancock's Liquid Sulph~ur to Fire, Life and Accident In the oldest and bent
ftbl~ aul Mid beoding educational journals of the the affected parts. and Eczema and ecupasles I I I
Oft bi blumose. emoalry, and is today the most widely Iother stubborn i~kin troubles are
s b wom'w ofqoedumcational periodical pub,-I quickly cured. Dr. R. H. Thomas of ________________IV'%_IV__AV%_AM___________41 Oft div. lb limbed, It is by no means what I I aldosta, Ga.. was cured of a painful;
In Jet~ OMe and think It ought to be, and what I could 11skin trouble. and he praises it in the' f Y u A e n u e .
11110100Mil 3111-0 1 am Willing to put into Its ma inten. it10
Sa WS114 ftr. hef. &ce aind improvement every dollar jHancock's L.,quid S, il!-hur Ointment
it brings In. but I cannot promise to Is the Le~t cure for Sores. Pimples., lls a Compnw hta epnil.Hv a Policy Correctlyr lose awi toeh- o or.W111l you not, teacher, and J Iiackheads and aU, itilitrratiou.. Written With Liberality of Policy Contrac& and the CUompsay
EW6 t iiieviihis les,. school *omeiers of Florida. Coale Ito Gives a *oft. V&IEnV P ays Loses Promptly%
$11W sposmift to the my assistancee and help me to give%10
.e In hebour of to our State and Its teachers *auch UnIC0e R-rti-day Cc cbration. 11 A %

THE DMIN ISFN: 6AINESVILU. F1,0HIM J1_ 1,,Y 2.",#. 1907 3


TO THE CITY JAIL'!.,,.:,., 6 Y Nit.- ll V

Charged With Settliv,, F,--, to -",e
Houses ill Frog Ahl.rl'. For W ants and Chfldr*a

The Kind You Hav

Similar Action in Jacootsonvii.e Caused,
Death of Fellow Prisorer-Sent Alw ays Bought
to Asylum But Returned to Gaines.
Ville. 31 Mwtb* Ot Food wdROula
Beam the
Johl, 11111L:! o a I;- --ill liah.l. v i:.
1% 11 o vi, it Ill C .1111I.- Ill- Ila % ltL:
it, Sipature
reared herv. %.I, art-t-sit-11 Tiv-I o W, horak
.,j!AIlI4-IflIk (if La\ 111v I fli'll, too it;-,
I.olises llestrw *-it I'% ill. Ill Fl.,I4 Al 1111111111k SM 12MMAL Of
nlt 'monflalt. inoiriiinz Ill-' ('to are- joijI tvi"'11111K ill T MAIRCOTICII,
Ifughe, 'A.1- ilwarco M, 1: 1-- F
callubmilm.. alill Till"flav light 4) 111 Tlw it .4 1 oil
,oiiivooiii %%.)rk fill I' S!Iallii- M t
cer Kite lttw, notitio-d tliat tbe pri -Ollvl rd niazimzvil-r it* ti i it! i -im it
had mot tire to fill, ,it orison.
the ittiffi cer rvachli-d tit,- jail, h0v%#-\--r. % to) tIlAt t1j.-ot jt.. %% it, I
I'-- I. If
litighes. throwth tlio- riwans (if I, tooo. I
%ot;IL ILI lit
tie of witter vA hich had fill I it \%;It It
10111, subdiloolotil Ow tlafllo- .
lie wasarraiivio.oli 111111111147 rw
It,., fat t 1,111111, Kii.&EL01111111 all tion. SoW SkAill"
that tit#- pri-m --I- put
trout thoo fire tit# litrit4ew it M 8900ISLUP For Ove
isin cioulol iiot .111,11.41W M r
owl :''kpt Tac Siwib NfneWe dit
N V.. on
An Old Offender. tli.- Aliwrk ;tti 1I ,I--IM Cit to that NEW W IRK. Thirty Year
It IM fill- glo-1141,iil I;.. r:tii obtainn nim ., ow ido %ilork
t.f. could li(It 41: NEMS OF CITY A" 111. 11 Lk twvii %%:tit ill., liolott-r I)ank
Imriking a holi, tl rollgll it,*- -1: COUNTY CONDENSED Ii--l' "I"" it \%-I ";-11-i atilt Ilas 1111111
tho jall atill old - j filil um itrol of It"t. 111pol-103.64 (if Lill
tinguished tit#- flatitt-:- It-- !...I fir.- Ili I I'itzgoxald of Tallithas-we th". h4mlk, of 11,4, loal!k. Mvs.,rs. Pill. LxAcr COPY or C A S T it, low
hi.s cell vilhilt- Ili prli: on tit Jack .oiviil-- li:tii lealo- 1Q M
sonle *-Itrs jigo aiiiii a fodlim, pri -olit-r
was ho batilo, hurtled that It.- file-d Mi :., Sloit-r- t-f Wil!i-t-jn %ilas ill tho- Wreck on Seaboard at Hampton.
H ughos ooits st-iit tit Iliv aIvIiiiii aftor v t-st. ril-IN Tlit-r,- A a, al ()it fill, S.-allioard
tbip. but finitily roo-timit-41 to 1, 11. Will:lll Id Oak viii, it, Air lAiw at Mkinjotim #-,teritay A hich
ville. He I- not rvg;irtI#,d a.- I .-mw tollvii I I.-Lo old tit*, iiiKm ti-xii :lIel, vral hour-4.
rwrilion atilt -Ilold(l liot h-, Fl.itik Mo iilf Mont.-oclia %'%it- .% I*I..,IL:j1l trahi wa.; wreckol-41 and W. IL 11611111FICR., Illocolildest. J. A. ;slirm vIeo&-p"1M. X. L rin
-o run at larg'. :to Hoot-6-4-ti t!.q- nialln track so that the
I! C l1ric. of _Illcitlioll wl,& a Ili Ilw witin traiii for Tatula had to go via Brigade Social. vit:.- yo.,to-rillit-I outi, husinv%.a I 11a, lit I it i lit tit Sa Ili I i*A oil cily and then
The ('hilifrvu' l1ritlado- of t1it- W PhRer Bros., Islism
So nat4-r 1. N. Witli-r.; of Lake volill- take tit#- 1acksdonlit ille and Tampa Ii. ill,- Fil-t Mil-thowilllif t'. 1.4 Ill 1110 CitV Oil M ilk it) G.0iiesvillo. front which it
Toiii F ToIlli'litA to Waldo and Continued Its
--hurch oolill liait, a sool1al at tit#, par jIjj.N
-miago, tfji..4 :ott-ruiNiti at f(mr old rv)iit--. All stailootis were
It 1-4).,itiloll 11, file- Iftittitil 1;4111% PERSONIL RESPIMUTY SIM M eN
All invinlivi-, of file- hrix:io14- alld itily Madoill. low 04. tram vva,; delayt-oll altout i
)tht-r (hilill-t-ii ulio %oli-h if) juiti itio- Mr. f;--ii A Fr-ink of Jaiikowilloo- two hours There %as Ili) oile Illirt 1K) A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Ai lll-oi to) all-lid F1 $I Ill\% i 11t.. o :I I,.,- i :,: ti,-, w it- t of litr m otlil, r. Ili tiw u rt-ol-k. howpii,.r. and in a few
Mr- .1 'il. I:rotok- -itir, Oil,. tr:t(-.. loaded and the vot*lt llk:H ( ZsT NTERFhT tomilill ulla l4svilsolis Accounts sad att, Certiliestin 4*

Som e I,% tI... 4.1d"111.0 n 1) A. Allori.Ait \%Ill I -ow Ill W lito-W Il. W o iloolotolit lour busillbovoila.
lack-, -C-lai K, I% 11"N.11 canit,
l1 r;t.\vi Atv% T .1 lw ll ti-at -!," i t-4,0014-41 ll:romcll tit. IL ift 11"HIP2119 C11101111111111're o
1111114. too I't-r Iw d %%itti
1111allo al"I Niolill lltw t--Nhtr 11111 j:.Il, 1.artm avid (;to) f;jj',jSoII. tl.ll( kr
TO CURE ANY DISEASE. ------------------ ---------------------t.r atoll ii I t:t Nit -1 to.,Lt Il in ivi Rolo-k Polito %%#-r,- Ili tit*Itevitatitol" trading. be Remos-eat Battles,
lit-It'll I'llilt v. E. T Wo-tter and John I.-~ M's""
-41 frow Saoatmall. tioll1wro, iiiiiisir %Ilk Dandruff.
1164-itaiiiin Rov Nivor. hax.. ro-turnit ESTABLISH ED 1186 40
Ilianoij -Mary and UvIle 1"It"Id ill.-o. \k,.i!t (.it Imsivio-ss and Itic.otir-I

It.-I-itat I, oil Ili th,- (-t, for it fo-vt v dut I hal): ;i::ll 0-1 \i m ng lit; loar.-nt.n. %It. atilt I
21iii.e. 1114-1.illd. NI r I T It, ni x hihn ir; at lore,it-ni r1i 1- 4 H e F -9 D U T T O N C O j
Recital it In A11104. SitI.- utirlithig iii Fitiral ('it atilt i.N on!) i'ir '
Reading -1.11vill. Iloa('40:4.1 a:. "or a #I-%% dli -. 1 11 14 1 ll


Casb loSLACK ISOLOIERS11 IN DISFAVOR 0 0000a 000003 0 a00000
Th.d' .*35w 10 % h Wr lLCRIOA PAPERS.
~Tie ;.r.; ii w I n this' r C "
m~i O ~ .that 11, :'jj%1j-8 f, -7t
j~i~ W3takosI~ !ace without roriwi rn
IL M a Y... ... e i"'' .h~i T. nt uartred.
bad rie-gro reaimniot fo'r ni, r,
S50111i1 56111XI UOL goinertion andj th:it .
ImwS" pod ovIgo c6-ntlyv. It will tia.e'
3dond bw ewris the city. or that nio great I-ote.- !1
I d r~ d S W u s- a w f P In Lpttling tbe. prob1-z.. -A
es a3lo hr *ft! See asdrel Isre this organization into Sprains. AoSure.Cure
Clrdtroops ha%* .. *~r G ur 'Soes Co unos
acc o u t of th e m ~ 1.-- ~ 0 s.l B r uses. C on tracted Misc ies L a m e B ack. S t.ff Jo int.
acon of t- .l*- Frsed Feet. Bums, Seaiids, etc.
Anwao a S s" 10 ech AAN ANTISEPTIC that stops irritation. subdues Infiam~~~~tmnli~co and fought '4.11I h shm in~ rigcfuuac mtcn. and drive* out Pa~n.
erts of the Southwest. In tlip rugo.4 \ .a PENETRATES the Ports. loosers ths Fibrous Mesiegst
mousain of the. .ta in .l -r promoltes a free circulat~on of the B~ood. giving the Muscles
Ithe Philippinei'. It 1, or.!-.- :n~ A *X~ *-4 .L
lu"sm Peace. when tho weral facti.r ** :' ~ ~.33 M I IE ON ZARTN
Q 4~f#W saMesmm d to be taken into) are-ount. ta h ...
NO& 81 al o- a. sed vii he are looked upon wth di?-fa.r. *'- .1100 Is01 1m 1186 All this may be natural and OV IED 30umuuu ..&,inA u,.
to 0ma *Se-ima ""*L able. but if we ar,? to ha,' !ar f 7*: a! Ums. A. ohm 5WCradg L.
110j0rogiineits In war we Inu:-t La%#-. i ho -r:!. ,r~r.. .* ea.wre' have ber &Of tuhniv111
at ~ nw so In peace. and make the b..e th-. h. No irmS~ An.* for satl rhieuam. but I
96111 41100 -New York World. t smejjf *ele ba' s I~rdtb BewLnmn
T=-ZL X This shw tha the t#.eio 1)4-. Aai m Irn 1 11 M order for SAM. Bead 11111
o? mvm ViaT tseeo the races is grosig -tronics.-r I'- #:rd oi! -~ rd Iarv W&@ W Soutlhern lzprem to
Just after the close of th~e Cil sar "4-.,t(r NI :- t.*w-n T ---_. =Z 3S : 25C9 300 AND S1.00
there were a number of negro' ro-10. be'" ~ la r itowit hi- _#.. SIM muam iour wrn W6111
meeits stationed In this State. and li t, -4-nat- If.- omjni- -A. A~1,JS O L fl e tC
92101 SON" N44011 my.: me Plaw we remember when th.- .-1.'' b'.x do ih- 'A:: 3nim' Co. .
XWO The 340" Made were about to be removed. the mo-r* eLA1 A&A
*1111 Ik = ,~ the chants got up a petition asking that nto iiiv r .
..~b inid bdieutrY41d thay be all red to remain. [jut in '"Ing~t~ at;' i.*~owi thiat :nih~
69001m0104 t seiD o town In rho Routh would the-ir tsr) ?*terms a- S-at, he has z--.0iee.
110"011106 he sik resemce be wasted now on any con Iv. done his drj-t. a4 he always ha- a"A
6 ==NO Millr slisrmtiom. and the same sentiment (lot-' in put-lic 1r-without any h-- T OB
011U 00mth PW OWIs 1111aal1ifeting itself In the North. as ray. or brass'er. or press ago-tts. IW1. rSL J ~ r ~ r
iU ~ 1111101 e011111111600 Is sblown by the recent protest that relying on hit, %('ork for his r.eofrd and!- -- -to e Caewai has im, up from the citizens of pehap... a litt 1.- Itio niuch. nnl thad S ~. ~ Wasertown.. N. D~T. d isl public knowing %hat he does for -h. To T l L f U n"
0 ~ ~ .6 dt h O sutcnutn isl State.
4 w ~Ads d Ow In freedom as those who fought forg There 1-4 about h~rn a certain ro.Jarpo i 10 .
b" 00' t20 d fell his 0tencition bad fondly dreamed. ,&rvo thskt jor.eer.; him frfim rofie! Tile Jam estUw nIIf s ti
ft IM l r t Wime he was a *bve be was look. Out of 11he way to proclaim hi-t s.-r*
atNOfi a Wesh ad upo a a prioeteae. now he is re. vkoos. It has ofton been said of hime
6111ded as & 110eaae.-Ocala IFancer. that this in bad poliiitics. Perhap"- !-c).'a of die ~but it gb-es himn that much more till,. i
am dem wem Te lcuaPs caW eeu for his duties, and In his ease. at
~ ~ ~ 111 I dTeAahaPu hre h on east, has made hin, that much rnor.
Ow W do ty 0SS msfts with dlSCt'n~lWnig V~aluable to ith. iweojele. shorn I.,.Atnni ti~i dia assfait the Paunty in faor of Gaines- trusts because. he has sered them Th IIAlan ic o s ina l a
060 hIbelu S hve dome, noting of welfare.. however powwerful the el#be In a ov e do* klad. and The Post cannot sub- tale he has made. or may make. Pol l rrFoia t h tatcCatLn
1W It MY mema ~ySb charge. roiur In the State L-ofislature. iti Con.Pepealo rFoid:s teA ancCetLn
___ 41110111 of the board are f rom gress and in the- United States Se;nate' j Purple Folder"' for schf lules to the Jamestown Expo.
4111111111ksoSU thes 601151l districts to only one from he has. uniformly proved himnse.lftit ~sitiofl. Two daily trains Each way withi through Puill.
'00 9dw AM.IuIII*. ad they bave worked only a valuable serve ant. but on-o man Buffet Sleeping Cars.
.M Me temuthe080r In harsoy for the best In. the highest type that a republic candy
eq ~ esmatteeal atth esir coatv Alan ~He toi equallY incalmsable (of Season sixt'y s and fifteen (lays-limit excursior
111 ED Ird of uu~~a. thie work dome an roads subterfuge or truckling. to high or tickets on saedily from April i19th to Novemrber 30t1111111011111fromI this elty has boon done low. to private or public, and the su.a o aes. t wasil Wvt.sserplma asas cesx that has been hi%. In public life
to be' Ihbasi the earns IN the 1111canopy dis- has been, to an extent. true of veryCo hecusnsa eylwrt.
40 V" Oft t d It if0"he sections of t he few mem, due to his %iolendid abilityCoc exusnsavrylw at.
I NN 00410y would follow the example ofad pexetoaingrt-Pr.-. Frfrhrifr ton-eycr eaet aloa
these001 two districts their would be btt ca Journal. a ntgit -~.-a "Im O tR Owiag to the lack of fund,, I - ___ agent or write
was& w dw I the PaSt It has bees the policy i1-umbtermen In the 1'nite1 Stat--s .~~s, ~seterons where the people would lend ter ea&ch year from the- fori-s.ts (if ~ Ah l f ~~~S
op~~ 84m n 11111110W AMd to c011struict hard roads, the country an zeaturo' is. sulplailig. F RN e BYSO
111a h it IObU mOW tha the road find is in be" .~. %,b ag Lnez lI.- --(l-~ a.-. Ditricit Passener Agent, Atlatic .as Lineo Jtokonvle FlA

THE PAILYS' N: iiA[NESI'ILLE. FLORII'A. .1 V 25. 1411 5

PENSACOLA'S MAYOR A* ost Va!uable Agent. *its~""'~ Cf
-J S R M G EO R G IA 4 lr Y

gaut: S 1U '.Wuk D 'r- :,

-- I aL.It Her I 8'l~Ze IfiI 'V
I14AD E A R FrH7 r t I itVI

Oit W0'e 0 r!),- Not. I t
gxctIng Coan t. W 't, I! :.~:~i. 2~ ;.ji ital
it, Deep Watev C.*y-- Wis Veeli Ag ',,~ 2'' ~..a' ~ .. t
resolve. ~ 12. at 4 .. 1. it. f,-.~' *. ~ ,. .,. 2 ,,

3 uca" tl' Ii.... ~ .2 iI;:Lo(* '*rA rA ' ~ a:t ,,ev ta~t..'~!.of'.I: i4 ,

3da ~ :io or ro' v' :t2 ii. L a t .ie; t o, I l~ t''i'.j. .'

n ot iit~ar a al f t t~ a 1-1 a 'i a 4I..' g na o n it, p t''2 I n it 4 ;r'- rI ,-s fi L wil Ii, af '' .1. l ,kI I oni

a______a.I ,-C t' t hiir It~ II. t. -. r, n S. S2 I-; 1.1' ft at ral i ntt the Sgutl, e b i e
Ba u,., i IL, ilt forhilosoph. tal A rt a fSeee to il ueh A ie .
With~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ H LarIeny SP"11 Moo ATLANTu. l~t ''22' n eaogclCuss
MayorI' 21 r('''.f"t. i' .'.a ~ .jatu~. tlII. raz 1'il- fh'w i~upe nid ~ ~ n

lptity to, II:; H.- STAT INSTITUTION li! odaa, pin;hgmoltneUITIO1 FIS Carge fo
laa eio uti d foe aa kii i f I11-i. qii -'.t, \% I1a at \,,,' No U etuitio thare S t eo Fl a.Forida Fea n v et le I. e .1

l o be t ho I l l 1 6t a lc i- 'la1i 1i '.l -I 1 .1 1 11e- 1t~ r r e 4 Gtt e a e p I ?A N E S LE, F L A.0 T A L A N A 11 1111t F L A.i
emr tht ~('CC i hal c.irie'l ~ ~ he ,ri.'' it atlit,.'len (;;aill b. 'iAhils tll1 kule enftolrin trut A.MUR HwithoutumS J U D G CCO L'' M A N 'S C U eR T t A1 h ig -g a d I n t t t o fto r tha w e 're 'ie i nnin t h e ro l: e m
N.M c rentdon Chatrges lery Mcl oy 'rh' la4 enti.alai'I aa ilI -rae e''ala's a'44 Ih c.N.Eg inA e sei grc lt rl 4 Tan .r a. FAT~os of le
date th t h Ladre'ny. 'd ha' ar. if: 31ia1r1I tti i Thle'Tek Bll foar spa c lyil. ar' o i 'ad W Ped agoia Coue.~e ti l Ata ScAN. eof 11"m Art hbh s t I l aid a ll %e'. 1T 1 1 bodd l-.I e' rwttit .l l &I ittu li aU f iLt Iin volos o21$kitt stilli n md p h a
aigiellilomaa ow aeaart ill-- ;ieet'. ill~ Fear the'1r. a f i filt' tl];a% tt' 1t24''la'th r ug ns r ic al 6 1
j~yfrtkrL oritl ti- O N Iil fo'~ tettul Iillar oIleir tinbt T H Ertia FIRnId pat4A IO A I Afollt ofa eBAi nK

thbn a va''Iakii'e fia iar Poar Yon Coupleal Marie at ha.o- harn to aloas. Noa''lt~ -uto hre o Foiasel -1 oe-I m Wls j d iddI111t'r' 2 lea'aI fNtrte' a loaii l~ tt114 r :111 d \!- 1,ha itlr' ris atit. "Don'to ow Forcaalouean informa 0n" G . M V In GL .o

lave he hqa m I it.aiIt It I l til arttl'h ta h'rtttt hNlr-;La T -st illsr thory a r 'nialkin frhm AN R W 11ife'rsd nt .A N R09Pe
~ thattle' Meafi 1wa oterda, nd h. ajldha
lb "Chef iln.'-atla'ei Chti' 'fr'nn' halla allva in ~i 'tir jd-.' at i i old waite win u'' fur '. . .. .
SANKfe thatI~,E hoe'ti ha ngr- fi.\r. 1iis atd hrt Djami' lif-t)e Tk l -- sod-hfi' l'yul Itres Wad Hyavings eemss Lam C.slesaw f Aps"t. Ou .le
"U ben tkot hog l fav1111\ fl- fiGFr at oDayni f o-roe Cow. Tvaems Pomply

1w putng te \1'atE-ir I"~tog~h-ll #- \f Dram____Isthe_______(ifa_________I14 dcidedC at O th'ee, Toiatlat I,%IaanirofLaf-e'''r n a te'l DntW ry la! XV (1& X q3 V X :3 Whefas to Inpm it c oll, i f ia t riaC Cae o 0 Go w s eaor "l -e 'lthet iw1to a ahgailn" l. bt S D E P O SIT O RYA l a tb amdcelgea tha h'lo fata' ie III#- A Aimratine.mi th' I-add and 19im -N7E ST~ Au T E ~
3W testaw bu t4i fl aL'i'LtaX Uket r,c'g forto T#-ft faortua thoo-t atat'aC' homet at worY dov.. -iir the~ wu u zt
Ihttm iil o~ i ~fE2r~ I. K E;4tY l alted i -a~ ar -is rto r t l ki ia to$IIC '' di u td tr-he r sl lyi
aa a.e and orgatuim -de th e'.at' C Ia 'e A, aCe'apit' tal th .iie .au. .s .r .n to r. .ha whle doale -,d- 11e o4 o 0
~~~h~~~~~i~~ l'r'ailrrc (as free'd a'tttaicla' 'the othe day. 'n h'eq ali hil 'iNow-4 atr ;KI~il ~ ed 2
U Se'lam nti at-nt on', atioll all fuit''i.staSurplus ............ l.......l.t.i...2(',W0i00
te P'Iaf :~e~'2 l~Y iqlatni- dor. a -tttre tt Stapl a d Faould watoByu-d
BANK're N Oa, 'iCEIII" rthe-fur aI long' ahd uhay lifte' teeres j& BRIEF DISPATCHES.a Coilota f eost A e
tb.~~~Gra Day~a for theiia' Cows Tmotte Promptly.te nd ;aw
eel I tiek' DFAlMENT eN JUDGEr 'ASON' 'OURT' Tuhm vows are Inyurcop di-11 W~i ot 'Mi el&Utad'e ti e ae a~l ett it"'Ma ataetltaglttt. ?,i th colonell.aa

of lola lla ni 1at- ;or.tb r.l
Jil". 1 1) F i;waii reev.e a 'o)v r to.%t toPhin ais iltlr2-. .a n h" I ('2
e lYlmoa '.ltAa,.a' (eoiite of I "I I~a Your w LIver19)-ndf) "MM -'r a-s 1 to im te wha o a'at SOI a" ao i In
?'-tqo %hot- 'ti..t 'f Vitol. 1-0,,I. I; e' da ta.d Mr A~~% iom let rvtoeke ofdCws as FlM a
Ion outal Iw order./t tou go tot bI tonl ..dilo til'te-t Ii.'. and litd illda a
Ing"e libe "Ifr I-led. U eb
.7%ereftaste INt. roiu n& o-fdinr saiiw mth o wantlxxir rehsome- t l tn?'L' BRIE DIS ATCES:..e
lwdt2Lthingato-stimulate your liver. Justu., .,I thi Ojpl2?' the claim and Mr. G"dwin #111-e-"- Staple-and F __ Or"_m
Rrie t-e live regulator At D'deto 371rl -of t 'Let!Ieli' t l _____________________________________. . C-i cs qnU aio d s -~?'ias -2 I. -a~ .-'i.. 1. .r~ 1~~ a1


~rh ~ ftA Made upon Red -0- Lime SteamerO capture$ 81 Mammoth More.
dean". July 24.-olicitors geu-~ Yrj: 2 fi n
@ml of the several superior courts of passM1eui15 of Ibe Red, "r)"II
09 iSS. win reWs. n alnial gal- er Zuia&. io' In fru,n ithr wa-'0~'
WY 4W 1,0. lastead of feeni, which tero. brought tr, pirt a g!)n1 t
"6u* ,PW1o20.O4 accordiax story. P W&A 101111!1 Oi* *A?"*-*1116 W Ul th of the circuit. if the w as ecrns 'na the :).,r a, T .a l: ?'r ,E 5 E E 5 m 1 .
V AP O h e p c i a J u d i c i a r y 'c o M a n r ~ a i t a t l a n a r r o w r c, 9 vm 15 0W W " ~t
ofm a the ouse mad*e MiOuiy Is that the 0i a t': -;go% U10r %%A O OM R 01W E UU
us I lit. a law. .t~t vir~ 1 e*~
1W8 Wt brought abno by the ft. 1119. arl. at-f-rdin. to a p.441119r
muMe BIeT" the. three 6010. "tbt* c.o. '.):
P i Wo whieb were latrodnosi Iron, tl. U'.rC.' Of th. iIw.
~ Ns~ eh el f Maion* ~For a few siinto., VXi1XIin B nnett,
1W b aft A Be to he wroght. ?e Zu'!a the ptA'1 PR IT I N
SdNsOs % "WIND Inwie a n=.. li.. rpi-d ino the
mud ithoa: Aa-e-r. 61vt Ini.:- iaat61oU __________________________________________Ot this OW t IN sdatiple that revealed A ibig tearl fi~b, the~ mcero ft* ki 00 1 Is 00 ~ 3 6011181 11 r@ having 1w'n kl.lvd In the eollis(in
"M so ew aa 4eou 10" a year with the v, anivr.
SM d hrthe 9111. Wdl I e Themre io1 t P e~t. Po tihe I s~t to aduo@ 08.400 a year priz a x a w n.i 4o%#i it). t. h.- captain ui MW o 8"du" ft"0e e r of a Ven'zui;n -!,) vp, C10 tows d it to Son Cari.. I2*!, rnivro wieA-irts Q SBI'd bele this 218 ftet In I~.w .14 fee!* in earcuti, 1 em # .2 ndmad ferene, ani e.e asutt 1.2--1
mo om is AP.U O iof hispons
- ~A W" am-- imi t@ put On hix xrr:i! a l or'uIpirary market
1110 Ca" ~ i was estab!i-hed and the fis~h on!'t at
a~~h th90i6s WNN eated 20 coats, Vent-vio 'an inonf y. a

0 I n I be formed when v' h4 &alc that t%e
Ia m an dmov Cmm0itss. whole population of San ('ar.s. ttl)
LI*11..t~ moy lawias ofan :b.s :i;uewhen a man wants Printing
4M.q fg~fW roft bythethat "ry. Arcur ii to I)irurt-it
Ik~~dhvviN&NOte Noefty. Spencer of t.~e A..uiritu. th,?t,;~ d n R G
fpuuuieug. Thaw Is a food fIsh a:Ied to tti.' gro'ipei, done, he wants it donIRGH
ftkt pmlt of on up" and called b) the Spaniards ineit de 5
low Wn oo. IMt. i attainsa great size.* and~ h ts t e k n W o
le frohibit the tUmes off the coast of Florida.Th ts he k ne do

am Pr no a we@h ay man. 7%e Cashless Cmwvepent
-g Ig Mb g eay do .W of fth"op-- y.' W0111 111110t Ujau,:w A 1011i
~mm uuuiuit a hmleid. esagemeni. il esit- be said tonuds'rly.
S"tXo. sworb~wart. I wont. You have AL 44AK & S&
lb ~m lb hes esmlitam Wmey enough to make Cuac enjoyso"Itn bm samlitum m* AdU* 1. ftf 90 be a deb. smift~ *1111111ne 16INd ea- CASTOR IA
se weI r. I'de, of Ware IN bhb laM

~~~0 uiahldom- 2=0b dou ~s q

.f ~ WePrint

Olie 4beb um a" m" eMO
OW a up MWm~ebesla frthe iet uskaMo-ANYTHING

on" on" to e arbitrators a% .
onWO b vi "fpy af Nwg"
"a Mi"S apprupltis comait. MW Wfl'In WON
10 u4W. 4M eaaaldued the bill V HN
-* vahe1f way ofx Comrca Jobr* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o A SASAE. r a s tubr tw&=ft

-GAN D AAu 0 a


11jaident of the T terrible 13attis ist AIACHUA COUNT11111111 CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY
111illontrnitall. -Aat-hija county if iwod.414- acres in D RS A1.14,RNIAN % PFA !.1 1
ttrii-a halt 2414 rnilli-P railroad, F4117
milit-to wagon, bd postoffierts,
I/Insdri, a huri.i., ..i J-1,111fiC IlCh(KIIII, r, phorophatt S T 19 1 S.

g*,r#41 fir a hcupike. four newollallerid, arid pro. ()ffi(,e ovr Milton & Co c. 11ank.
eorn, CntLoin. riee, truger
11'. r"I 0.- oato. ryr, jiritatoilop, lotlefti'l-les. or. Moritz
1 atigeoo. peloosehoolp. gill-srs. Idurnit, fie.
-!ftns. and all kii.sirl elf rogetablef

Gainesville, the Countj Seat,11,
Ipjor 11:11100. -t #T M oillLCI-1 'VV3M3E2L
line fourte-en (1huret.too. two public
aw riff. %fill. flltfI1fII.&: I',.. lit..'& .14-1 01I t-o-hottilsillr Univii-reity (of F:orida. PETW KII-M
114. 4-4011101. 1 1-p 1.- 1''1.41 Ilw 1,rivatti- strohodolik, threr killewpliaperst Jacksonville and N *--,%v Y orkv
United Statter, laiid office, the hess
still water, tire alarrn Pytittelini. ellipetrie 1 offireover \14rt*j% I tile I Calling at CHARLESTON. So C., Ikilith sways.
unr4ortm w it- 111:11, %% !l--- %% 11"ll'a I
Was dro--iliV. Ilo2 11.1,4.1 0.1 arid gall, I ightio. two tee fgetoriet. The Tim t StuneWle In tko Coastwilm SWT160
g ekbirort oli-Ijilf.o. :114 conachit-e ohopto. three wocoll faego- 'I
ripti. cotton itillo, two M4)Pik fr 4 140riell, I R. (I. 11oWERS. Clydtb Ne-vv England alid Southern Lines
sw of tile, gliord. "thiriple railroads. two fertilij er man. D
snowng him pillf. .11141 % lit, hil k; tile iffieturing eirimpaider. one t'.1or-1 F ro-ight Stervice Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
@wrion. I I'llarillfactcrT. Infle rectifying ful-I D..NTIST. PHOVIDENCE, and All Eastern Poinw.
vaneel cliff nail tit firprt 1--ill V11% ill' I pent ins p siat. forr treadrike. and we: I I Calling at C harlieston both ways.
illation lit 111111. 1111V 111141 1.% lie I eltowiloked stores ferrilbrarinilt evii-rik, ()fflee in Nliller 1,&W EjCh9Lj:6 .
to Mail fig-lill. -fill ill 1114, 10'.pj. things in the iffickillinifinereeial lino I Y JB.A ZZ&ZW O-ff
NM trnioili- I offer, Phone No. !Z.5: hesidenee No Itoke -ou if h bQU Ld .. ................ ........... From Lewis"Wbarof 260606
............. .... From Foot of Catherine at.. J;d6=TiIj0
"w hat tire- 3-tj dopil;6! 4110.1 V411t
e p w req-4 in. 1,41-Ilt Vwl, Jul ,o- 4' !"1 t
I i I% o rii I I Ile, 11, -1). 4 ou n I % likkilvde St. Ill'ohns River Us
69wo file 11.0 Bettvvitemn JACKIL1110MVIL.LoW MV&d SAII11111111111"OnD
ITS B. F-1-1-l'-, JR-,
011111i'llat", to-11111JI-41 file- i-fli, .r ii-n', I": i-V X11.41.1flit al-14.141t.0i t" -., 1. I Bertisford (Pli-Lajudiiatid Interwediallee lAudis"
A Joe ashilti.f.-I I.- Iw *1..,! t Or ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW- 91, ping at ealatka, Astor, on 4s. Johns River.
:ieterottant tticire.t. I.
ja ile #-,1 14 it f the -tatle ." Vill I., t1.0 1.1
*Mciellif- lot !ill t-fiii,, --f Idoo kiiiii-Aieticee for 1-1 (rAINESTILLIs Steiin-it.-Ife -'CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
!,it:, I. t J. .1 il"foldoll, .., IA* it'. %'At op a I'LORIDA
The o: it ii tht-rol-lof not 1; 1". Is a; j)oirtod to Pail sob follusirs: I o-bvr Jackokocovii IN., suindslik, Tuesday@ old
%%hwl T!.utsdaye. 3::*) p. m. liviurning, leave Sainford. Mondayal,
jolkoke Hillit. 41pril, Iiiii: h1of -i-lir li;t.. ttim -tie, & -.%*,r %% Pidneods.3% arid Fridayip, V -Su a. m .
us pteeti. in-1414. 10111 wit'.. Ill#. :1 11:11 it ., -'I' AKER, NIATHE60N A; BAXTER,
v io-ii lit- -.aitl- tnkillic 111-4 1-:1- 1111 rition-ruiiii-tit lielrin4tatt -fill B
reri-iisiree.] tip aii-par to tt.- M.' -,' Southbound. SCHEDULE
OW of hips ni-Ith: 11,4011 1. -411 t I eel in %wit .,wio- fit, for I h,- ATTORNETS-AT-LAw. Aestildown. 9
:: th We to A ug ott. A I t. V# 7 lot h:, rA i t jim
or ': Ill Wil loi 1!; bil- tak 6 a s:46 pm ... .................. Palatka .................... LA094 I a P=
Nvv got IIIV dwiier. wi, It 10 4 ml 1 41'. ----d 141 tl:. to Prool it in I SOLICITORS IN
it virtl,--r 4wildrorifti that thi oroi--r I Astor .... .......... .... 11 OD Pills
adockook -or filter Berestord 4NL&nd) ....... ... .. I A0 pm
The iiii-0--r ,,p0.,.4. The I, rtit- %tin .1 ischas Co.. FLA, Airriveo:soam*'.."'',.*.*.*.,.*.,.,.......S"ford .................... Odom
'" Was ul,,it Iff lit %flat --fount) sinol e. 0AINESVII,LE, A
OMee in Halwass Blook.
-41 n%- clerft 4 %ficluit Clow
anti the Ill-it Mo, !#-ft f- if. wit, CWNV 1), 1 1.
ltilaill f I PA68FNbEk9 AND TICKET OFFICE. U2 W. DAY ioi..jAcxw1M LLZ
A t, --twv off fori.:inal. ERDINAND BAYER.
I'll*- veti,,ritti's ili;t-ooflioti n.,pilr#41 ciwu I o -mr. F F. M. laosvolsons. Jo A. 0. P. A.. Jasksoosville. FIS.
flo answer. mit it iisky Ise toilirmi-4-4 ArFORNEV AT LA W. .0 OWN PaynnaL, T. P. A.. A. C. HAG=mww. 0. Z. P. A..
iiiiiiiiat rare awl rittli-filloll, like siinizo-on Jackskoeville. Fla. Pier as N. R., Now Yors.
11visbed on tile tole ( I -I.I. ON4 E FLORIDA, 0. If. TAYLOR. P. T. Mo, r. C. Bnowis, 0. P. A.,
NOW. I'llurt. Kibirtith J-1die -I ari'l 1 290 Broadway. Now Tork.
"t)Uatv. v.4p4tit lu i iiarieoi%
f, Milker %, i 4,bn H. usik--i -rt-t- f, of O&D 0911 IOU. gity property, (Ins. L. 1). Joicas, T. F. A.. L. 8. 11111cmaszon. 0. A of
LINCOLN*S GROCERY. .. .. till proved and unimproiled), PbOPhSOO, Taoliksionlifiliff. Fla. Losebern. IrIa.
if ii-i o-ariew tir urtwaa -im-etwifect to, to- t-1 trucking and farming huilds. 1010ad his X.G. Coaran. JR.. Fee A.. 111111,1111,11111110 poll 0. IF. A.,
fiii..vd ill %fall-41 M ail It IFU
limit of Ondso Partner's Humgor and -rviri tianwd. 1-6 n..l.- 6 list of what you offer for 911111C 2142a .1aeksolonville, Fla. it., 140w To*
the Othilir Partner's Thirst. -11 Itt". stute tot ii-,ioridtu arcii tl,;kt it, 0. P, LovaLL, Agent. Jokethellitavilloo 111 111a,
I;f aflitinvo, I tit- rv idrnev if oolitid allA Ift"t In titniore. fie Ittwoi am niiil,- n knoic we. siate of A. CARLISLE.
word as It(- -ill r. -file. Illid, rii,411-- all- 11 1 1111) lW rWAPtl In 'til' S11611C "f
paraw wall P1111111111-4-41 III, firl Ill fittill I It %4.: % let- of U "1.00 14 AT 70R.NEY AT LAW
I th"t he
go of '11111.4 It ill#- Ill-1-441 for tend, %* it I, tlieri-fore lott, list %aid non reidii-ntitt it rutant tie and And Solieftor in Equity [IV[ 0A19 PD RT I QU[r RA1110AD (Oo
tb as tearil he :11-addi. his lit-l-Ilt It I. herem ro,-italted too aviectour tu tht- M.. W
jaint iortil in sailt 4- oij4 din or before 1 fee, Res, Estate, Conveyancing Wild 0*01ovW world, iiii-Ithout ineams. wIt fit I litherttl e, the I Prooketiee. All business P1110111IL1417 Sehridd-ollo.Effeelivel April $0, 11901111.
g@mMill. wtthiotit iiintiptio.e. vii-A may .6111*1:16t Icont, tot %all t.ill lithi era
It-t-d I.% kabdolt-fii-fuladit. attocided to. offlee next doortellian
4M a on"y Illit ]lot .. ., I Iw I-lib- 0AINEBTILLS. FLOIIIMA. No. I No) h No. I No. I Nek. 6 i No. 0 4
Minogtherved that if fell tit-it tlAy he hilid listle-17i felled. is uet*k for flow bat. V %unoni% Daily ex STAT110.1lig DISIT *a Sma OW714vis Cieft 0% INS
pladvatfool forlorn luriitird lit to fai-4104111- Itieri "Allov.%ille lomti. A 11,1*%tO*IWI sun son, I
i I, uw etpullity niod '4t*lr
,db cost the Iretelt set hiollintiv w,-Well I v.iii.641ii A %1 1134 11 31111 N A N
i if t.#-roi; -?i uit i iii.rit. Es H e M AR TIN Ldoiftlit- Leslie Lealle Affive Anive A.rIve Arrival
polably hfivo ledi-ii-ii vit-iddliell itirilillit IIIIII. L .1%. 1). 4 0. 44, 1 3D *1 Lifie 4 3D 640 lea *do
M ir. firlit hilifiliepovil %etittirt, ir,,v to,+N tit Ar .1
30 Ar I (Q 'Ar 3 40 rildrowilria Park. Lit 1 0
I ,, _. if wit Nu*,%- cierk o ireisit cotirt I.v to 4h Lv 4 6S Lw, 4 10 Air Ar 414 Ar 0 W At 1 11
nonire. #1) M. %. I if ji, It, r :. 1). 4 i N, Air 4 211; ... Mi, V 0 j I) il)ctlon ...... 3 is 4 42 !LT likso Lw 0 40
pitirtno-romiltill, with "fit- N-rry. H A I iiv. poldipijew)t for 1 on,1,11. IL Main got., Opp@ to Polateff" Arlo, A to is W Ar 6 40 Pr"r ... '... LT 2 00 low 0 0 Lie 6 40
madleir the firm name & ArIO ID A, b X) Ar a 16 ... -Hampton Lv 2 (0 Ly 30 :1-T If 0 141 a F
alls. to entry oil r irr-tor Ir, f,,r tile pur- C *onstedieflno tirade at liflowlter Park for all tralkirs to and two live Oak skill Illoarry. ad 86
flinalli prier of firlil.-Ii the Illito t-to was toin am hilaloolunletko for Mo)o. AlUilb and an istermedisterpolasa.
'P A T E N T S wa"'a and "Ita" wlioro"rb ;For US 110 COW"timx wttb otber fters.1-brimi or call as Gessoftepi r- nu
Arent: 'plipotict! W. term ft litilidlaw. Uwe Oak.
GUL who wars lo-orn thirty Will) !7 guaranteed Ard clakskil and THOMAb WWUNC11. R. P 111110oll"KINS. Gookeral Pamwftw A# M&
Al"I a Omit. F'Wautksk.
Vm bla unlifloled jittewifou to that 6"ured to Protect inv*MIGML
OW of the steel k kn,-%4 n as
mr. din the wiir klet on pate"to Sent to The C1111111111181110 of QW 911111111111 end of purft
11111K having a ko-ell allipelift.,
11nissilf to the it-n--kere, ntii Inventerost Free. Round-Trip Rates in WWW pwbeaft am Ad of ow
Gillifted herringit aml iiiiii-ri at other pbw m udL
?illin drv plij, 41f Ill#. Highest Bank and Professional Refor. VIA
041manterit rli:iie-l tile- q:i- onc"
-w-'ICJ&ek Spriett Itivid Ill% f-rifore-0-il perv-ple.
10 the mrriger oltm-k eom!d tif-t ',-n"
nnwas rdo nilinuuAm 111rinfln Pniandill


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PE S N L AND SOCIAL ITEMS *i f lo L' k. r.Ai. re 7,
rtA ~ PI.J& di rl ILI .1 11 16.'
NOM 1110 Ha~re OW2 What is.l aaaCem Brain Workers and ChaminAhte
1 0"NPGO oldIn her Pragaph I o, a, f. ., -. ., I. -Rely upon ('OeA-Co1111. 'Thty know the rni~
off he title. em., &a tonic %ule..~ iljus
ThoWH Wh Rns ayR timulstw~n. and light filly relievee, ~i lhatjk j
Rose1 N' ~eally tired fe-ling anid (-obwi'l,v mo-nt~i~~;q
bY~.Wh Rus My ~ ..wu.!r.\ ~ ;-:~ L Icommon in m~ummer time. 8-t- 'that %,,'lr dtoil.r
mm u"in Welas~ tV ~ ~ -4 somepplies )-,ius(or keepo it in %-,our ro'trik,.ro-t r Al.

W C. slaw Of max"was Inthe .1 1 H # %&..., hakMirie(L!-w Seha Co. Alioikft
111F71111WY 9~ yeau'iin I.Ewas F eW ~(a. Le i.. inrly, and 1.t- s
Uni Baesm for sale at thi omee. :1 a cdaidy die'-r. (;,4; .,*
9"u $1 PW -~ ke. -.d 1.6Cent, Stoot
IL M. aim1011110111 of Tacoma was John Turniiii--*'I (if W%'tt)t .' \ Itarr of Tr'- Al N~- li ft do day yfda y. ill the cily it.,t :dy* ~ ...terdl.. liI. ol- h'i iljl
Vsli* nolie la rest. Apply H. L Ifutchin*-n 1--ft .Psto'rh .,r tK ::r tof The', (;,-I! r~ofa
*~ ~ Uf liiita t Ocala In the in,, r.-.T w, h i'o. i~.T and li.i. %il.;t.*d .ih
intecity W. W.'itt. Jr. IIA-A rlir.*~ll*s'rt ties 1' feer.'I A N S I l
6100 be. te wOA.End from a pleasant %. it t.) iAi. 111 t. it, The Tar..ia and Jackson-Wi!e rail.
~. ~ ~ MS ~ Tampa., Fla. road ofo-. rates' to White~ Sp~ringse
IL A ~ I&~l dTrao a Col. WN. E. 1Ftako-r r-pturn-A %o',tf.r. an rtuz s follows: Tickets good
_~o NA IO A BANKifi etrdy n rtr
*as b : somer #A day fromi Stark". v h-ere he has h.'ez going Saturday andl returning Tuelow" ~ u do as "Wemarn on legal business. day. $: r. Tickets going and Ft-turn. -N AT IO N AL__________BANK___~ u. O.,. pe ter at(~~*a, Howse for rent, two blocks from tug Sun It:-' $2 dh-ltt
IL Iu r eay ut e esia .W. square. All modern im;,;o-rnent& NV- bt-.4 t, thank eiv h and ."r'
am ft 4 thi h yeaiaas, uhe: Apply J. B. Padg'ett. on~e fr their patronage.. andne feel thatslu ay u 2d
-a ~. ~ ~,-~ The Woodnien Circle will nitet at our thanks will be returned by thel
the Masonic Hall at 3:3o o'clock today. general public for having a r.tore All members are requested to be previ- where you can buy surprising things flmii IL DA Jrlf yesterdy ent. from 5 rents to $1. Gaines'ille 5
he lee afterhis ~Have your stationery printed at Thean iCnttoe
-Sun office. First-class work promptly 4; WX. 'Miller of Trenton was a beusti Deposits Opening Bay $419557o75
We 19 O 09 1 TAW iSa 'At delivered at ralmonablel prices i. our nes?. visitor to Gainesville y-esterda)
weSU 1011111111 The, am an. oto He %af one of the inpeetors uf the ________411111 Don't forget when you want a1sh of election at Trenton and brought the
~ 3.V. DrieSIS h Jmkin-any kind, shrimp and crabs, caU up lotbxiwth i.MrMiltOPIRS
Xf imm a vksito he hesism Mrs* the old reliable, E. A. Davits & Co. ates that every one it burn" inOFIES
'phone 93. Trenton at this time of the- tear. President. Vicce.President. Cast e-.
IL WWINI left Yon&ViAY for Dr. DeVert' 11 MforriA has returned --- --- -To W. Stands. Win. R. SteckortCA.Fico.
d~a 12if WhPs be fu olo rom a ple'ai-alst visit to White
sow No su YSw Springst He- ro'-frrt- the bjeriagse inv

'b -W & 18W jays wi" 6e. go I Miss Janie Smith. whq has twIK NR RL Gainesville Lodge No SSTII111ETAL
SOL I =0 o i'a v-itinK at IlLv A'httb.'jopon i oulse for 11W_____loll___ -lKf to-_h -_ -990- B-_.0_k.'1krr6
ILe IL W01111111l kaDWN the W ot the past speral rI.*yvs. returned to toi h sSom e ok
01111111 a "UNUcl 1110o was her hi- ye"VrdA in lk'Hoe Viit R
b ~iSVV~'ie ~ ~ Lu~-~nal gtl~ crssCheapest Store on Earth. ion brothie.. eiordi~ell.; ESTA U RA NT
________________ ftecnid Ow der sawHL laMnTetn Ls-nalgl coi ww
W W Mrs. J0101011 Chemut ame Methodist church anid postofflee,. or i's 3 N i'ZI. !I CHrsI 1111,m I~rettePe~t.
"W in @wl (cresam where they in postomfee. Finid#r will pleabeM .- Ce"It.__ -sirstli -.ale ltpriv
U 1111111116 1Wr the 11alasce1 Of t11111 slanw at this office and reee-i~e re-- Mr... V. A. Liddoit. who has. love itill,. ~
an. ward. thle vity for the past f.'vk 4ia ;,.Ci.. I.:.
Vf U W iNe bw~ hrain Rev. F. if Craighill s., travtelitig the We sell [the %i-it toj her uiatghte'r. Mr-i .1 %1. I leil FIRST-CLASS -C-tEF.
NOW W-i W111111ONW9 11111601 DO State In the Interest of the M3iqAi Jr I.'?? '-.terdavl tilr Worithitatrl
1111116 0 S "0 @W 11110 001 111871 Thaak Offering. He is toeing heartily Sprimrs~' %here tili' ill Ire'nt.01 1
so~ mloa saw& receved and liberally rewardo-d for sieve'rA l a~a e-ijoyinvg the boath-. Menu consisting of frorr severt to"~
dishes. cmangmd three t:tT'es a d"6~
S ~ o f ueste was, a "istor his efforts. Su(~'- re-tv.r of teiiaiie) lil 3
Niif WM ftb Me a the Ples& the city yesterday for a ii.hort time. PPas been-t %isititig her foer tw 1'I ast Clt).
~m b h eiI.He was earoute to Lake City, where Am rca -o-oki, were lit the city ye*-terila leer 25c Luncheons Served.
16 Waioma of Mirs., Pe goes as a delegate to the Baptist J se%-rall hovirs Thev le-ft stite I; t
*n~ 4d doIldo otr was covention. to rit n I t .Jcoi~ll. ter-t Place for Ladles. Oe-itte-e 801111
ft00* YSWWft ONmb wdamWand Your groer will do it. If you telIl mi ll entd s..vral da' with i*ii'"Children.
111011 1111M vili the9 Ustvenity 0 him plainly that you waist Bllue Rib- andr ati r.
soa"of loFiffi. born .Pleon and Vanilla Extractii i#-s Johni ()%%--s. a tornioer (ains..illk' Quick Lunches a Specialty.
16 16 he. a #We* of 11140ex will get thetas for you. They are the- boy, and at oeflL tiiut. auit eli loY of'1W Me 19patie of his parent and best. Co s tThe Suit office. sa fit thie citvy Y--- h~e Is Doing t Wanted-Two papers of the Mt of te rd1a Iroust .l:t'cksonil". I Pe l.4 LoAT.F II
-S~ a& t __ -0 _. Api an Ai of Ma9 Wewl iet i l' '-'esetMtr ~ I~ltA N

Pubishd wic aWeek--Monday and Thursday


TYPOS SPET $1.642,441 C IP TMR ~ ~ v~TM A

fAJAL FAMILY FEUD ReortsOf 01icsof the nterna. SHE SOUGHTi REVENGE Comes from Abroad Oetovfwd GIev W E' HER P I
1 ndaa:i; o:i,, lcd J i, :4 T h o N e-A ik .Ju ly .',- A ftt'r hobC~auGNeighbo *3VI annual rek'or t s oJfa. t4,gAgih WOMB. Takes &11 @f notbing with lit Awad made the K g I
Ead Anin i bead Union i. tae tifw-wr Lover.~ vervutv amid htIng been dined and itu
-f in nenoil hc k! -0herwi. 1ett"' by notablities of40L

NOCKS PISOL, IFLEUSEDh,*-A at ILt Sp!r;,,u.. % rk., Auig. 121 TRAGEDY AT LOS ANGELES &I I indb Jj.;:i 1.jull t Islaand akW SCO f
-to 17. hlje jlrntted. atil voird s'~ i f a little Americas girl. . ........a
qroul Setween Two Columbus belig mailed to ii -uuentiomn d~v Went to the House of Rival. Called The P. ii-t i toorothy Quick,. be 1onl~ jb gldokg a"
ga I 0-. Man Out and Shot Him Twice--Af. aghe Broy.< tt E.i the Quickbe go AN 40Fil
a., Fam ilies Resultsd on M onday The rtA',brt of t ;' pre scn i, .arn i o w r h ur e d r d t h A m- b u ro k i. tt a tu th~sae r h ag shai r P 111N W oed In N
in fatal Termvinton-Arrests Were St. L:nc!! :,. oil tie struggle owr h urnee oth u u~u n ~i~pe hdmvr PleeJlu oN
ae.f'ir an I.~r in- h''ur %%-irk di' andi bay* hofts. Inet bt .")e the latter boarded tee
Md.tile b::ai i-,:: hat bee rtduct'd coi fluer M4iun.'f-nka at Tilbury docs.A
((a:dn. ,Us. Ga., .ly 21.--Wl':l parxti%-* 1-ii itncuu-tequezutial prupor- Los Arigr~es, Ca!., July 21.-(iet. London. but once they did meet. the7 T111111101,3
CLaoltiet, 49011 A5 liaki.Iati r df-iltI. tijn,4in a,: V sVePt A few CititS. T. Bennett. proprietor of the len- became au'tparable shipmates. Mollag.411 It V6ms wUI
ijenly (. N14A."111. a ltrelluil, Ila, Cnetdv ahe oiriwd Isoditpasted twaett Elicand Mismpanyias shat richiss uick hairi.h brod binmo ild Sh7
ae bol Il ~iiut.lilt s.1U;:lt11. the eoni.,: a4Iitaidm titlayc iiiiiiti killed Monayi night by Ebtehie Cori blue eyes. a peach-end-eams cia- ft t allei" hI
b..:.boe tiii~ ~uL.Ut L~tijAtheeft~~ o~I~ aatut.ryCotlloi.well. a ,uiaug woman with whom be plezion and a werry laugh and the"e Meme =0 6a would ill !tit) ljAud. mud Ill& f m. A- arld tie ofn- Ito. til~anip out twieri'l- ha ie o h atgv iaa. povdirssil oMr wi NS
Ohur MNaz-tilu,. i n j.AUI 42iargid %.!. lu T. AI-ii)( other matters of ud-n .a lIe o h atfv er. poe ress~l oMr wl o nu~
*ur'r te t~ifatul Lti r:ierAtt a*nmte ott Bentiett, was killeJ as he sat on this mime days. wichi was the UM Use hNtvMsw isbeft
-place on Monday nicaruing. In aivae lfternAtiotiil unienas In the printing Ite~ ofie wo aof g is Mrtae vow ld r ark?"d. asked, aosl it wrlicks, a winchest#-r rifle and a pi.ttl tradeti, thf. Union P~rinters* home. the same iie.u whs o ailitog o kin Hout migh as hyouMr se d i w awwwt sere the wealpozib. apprentice pruhlem, etc..* are~ samete a orlto.hmoengt ete to a ale eiiA
Cbaj'n'afl livedl In a house a4)joiu- forth. According to the story related by, arm. looking at the moomlit ssen. the infs of 4W
tag tbv. Mairtinti in fva'kood. tiorta The report of the secretary. treas- Miss Corwell, Bennett has of late been "Well." drawled the Ifun-maer. 0111111 1111 461 Of Colum~bus. Ttt r hs bevu truusA urer, J. W. Hruimwcood, showA that a frequent visitor at the home of Hiss "thes last time I was weighed I was Warmer SM,,W .
blebeoc"th"ttu ftuliet ad in hee ws ecevie drin te yarBennett, a,-d Miss Corwtll became, oventy-flour. How old ane you?" GUM 41o A. 6. 31lia bernt..en tit cauilitoa an cl na teded a ::I, received duing.1 the d cansee t hat be was about to doswn "I'm oleves, gBalg an twelve," ame 11111110111 two
shen a hors-e belonging to Mar- tnat there 10121 expended during the noer. asee rul."si ai eS ob~
Me %a ledk along the sidewalk in same period $1,642.441. Monday might she drove to Mica fourth reader." awaft as WuNW
front of Chapt1nin' housec. despite thae -_ __ Bennett's house In a cab. and calling "my goodsee"!" replied her Mriea. tomd.
V~UeC,.t on3 his prthttiprcie TAE4614TN969 Bennett to wit-re his automobile "but )ou are a big, wils gil.n "h ab uon" ~
be stopped. artattiprcie RAEISITNN SE. stood. she siiot him twice, one of the -w Umhmbed 'low~
Arthur M'hartin. a )oung man nearly Six Men Dead as Result of Three builets orwklng rffecto ie poin. PAI $1.011 FORO M3OK. ~ 1 4
gmti. threw a rock at C2apwan. Fights.MisCrelJo tthplim L 8116 fs o
who was standing in his own yard. 'Nashville, Tenn.. July 24.-SIX station, where she surrwadeaed her- M11llemaelre Nobilur Walled Lep 910 0 ---1ll 44 lie dodged the rock and stooped to men were kill(*tI in LAke covt Ielf to the authorities. inongir feer Mononat. RI I
pick up one aund as he did so the el- Tennessee. and Blue Lan'ding, on Norristown. M. J.. July 34.-A "
der Martin, who was but a few feet the 11iisirlp river, was the storm "a QUlIT WORK TOO BOON. granite boulder, weling e hum- 6W.
away, firvid at him with a winchester center of tte trouble. Pat Words dried tows. bce been taboon flm Ciscl- MWf
Vie, the ball mfising. However. was shot and killed at Blue l.And- Thbis Co~se SMI Am"n EmPlgiie@r berry lake and plned inthe& Iy an
OMpman fired at the elder Martin Ing in a flight with Luther Rankin, of Rusk lai'Llas. plot of Colonesil Willialm D. Dbheu
isiith his pistol five times, two of The latter Is one of the moat promi- Rock Island. Ill., July 24-The ral.- in th pattersoo emetelsiry. f
dhe bullets taking effect and Inflict- nent men In the cmunty. red Carmens union, comprising car Miy yena age, Colonel hbeu oft
lag serious but probably not fatal Later at the same place, two no- repairets, carpenters, painters. elzilli. up" h el whilea his am la
* ojries. groes engaged In a pistol duel and em adlbrr.dcae trike ~~ to ewton. lie had j 1111
Chapman ran Into his house, re- both were killed. They bad been Momaft against the Mlock Iand Usnes in thi s tlay a wwo boy, a"d tons0
baded his pisto and started Into the drinking, andM 21 asie employed In the repar tolifged to walk 10 Peem enu.
sreet. hiji weapon In band. As he At Blue, Landing a man named Red shpea Mourn.e. Rock isln nda- Tbe ellonel, who IS now a m91pw. W
lma giving through the gate there was Dublin shot and killed a negrio In a vesport, stoppe.J Work. aire, tells With deligh afte isUMO A.
s crack of a ride, fired from the door- quarrel over a debt. At RidgewayI A painter employed at Moline, who e dot on the boulder. It wTMer~ i q~
-way of Martin's store, and Chap- In Ilake county. a man named S.t ws whi g upr stoppng mwetws bfotm I e esopdt le h
iam fell to the ground dead Is the became enitaged In a quarrel with a th0orfrsopigwr, ~ t a a hrugal lumeheo. pIgfE
Slight of h~js wife, whom he marriell Smiths asethtance and Smith cut thechre. HreotdoteWe- t noosedohitb te
4Sly lat March. The ball struck negro and knocked bin Gowa. The at"e committee Of then MnOM, whibsh ans wouldinm a beal m.
Z im near tne eye, ranging upward negrio arose and knocked Smt dw demanded tile ro-insaten ad no Iist, and 1W deoelUd then oft oflate the brain. wbom several white men came to; discharged im with ful pay ow the 3eee o oe emouh be wow ....d
It was cialmed that youag Martin Smith's assistance and Smith cut the time he was OR duty.. no sa have It. W li
trod the fatal shot and he was played nexro. tives were willing to give the MUan cos of th Stan* old No touader arrest. Th~t negro had his wounds dressed, another change but refused to give moval to tin eetery Is ever IM19S.
The defense. will be. It Is under- and left with his brother. Tkwlr him full pay for the time be was off. ant at
Stoed, Mait the elder Martin Bred the dead bodies were found on the rail- Th-166-111101-*t
lhot. Mrs. Ciaimian says that ame road track 'ruesilly morning. It Is HIS DELEOAYIS, UNDIRABILE. New yak JOV -Nlg-S @m
heard the report of a ride and turned snppoaed they had been lynched111. of -ad court. a foaure of New Turk. z0,e1
t m-e youg arin In tlhe doorway Pa Com m Coef eeaselli iiatAOI 2i~ns

I~~6 A- MtILL WU: JULY 25. 1907

WORKING HERE F r tctWITHOUT BAIL Health Is the frrt Essential Toward 'Nab.
1%1? I Women Attractive.

ftm Homs Were Set Sim'iltan. D a nd ruf Alleged Wife Murderer Sent Up
gmy EArly Monday Morning.toCutyJz1iP.ak

~'WO WERE COMPETE OSS There Is one thinR that V,-:11-W EE CMPEE LS cure it--Aycr's Hair Vi'r. PLNCHIIO WIFE -AITH t.N1167ELL-4,
e efe o. Lost Their Wtore and It Is a regular s~pm.t~'t
ease "ucl cro ., -Vrr4 iarp Er'd Enltered Her Eye. Cauvr%'
.Soc, While Another House Ocru Ftacture of Sku 1. as Reportea by
piled by Colored Woman Had Furni which cause. O~iS LlSea.)L Auos e AteBdyWsE
son Burned-A Heavy Loss. The unhethy~ scalp beconics hurned-Trial at Interazchen.
There is a finelu ~~ii i healthy. The dandruff disarGinesille. mild he ot Ili Ili., wfrk pears, had to disappear. A \a 1N .r
S1:30 o'clock NMoidu' zuornitig. healthy scalp means a greatdeal ~,.
visina. tre hofs wchre burned to you-healthy hair, no dan- .:i1trp llt tall -n 'I ";.1 '11 C.I, I
mml. to o whchWer' brne ,druff, no pimples, no eruptions. !Cri):.g lliU' .wi .11' If..
to the ground. an the- deatrt.
wa" tazed to its5 ltmo't vaj.iteity The@ best kind at a testmoial U.&eatt 1'li h .V *d
"Sold for Oov sixty year. Iivitre' ii lli, Th Sim LA']l M ISS HULDA KUGHLER MvISS ELIZA~l
bajailagn the situationi. Aga" by J. o srv c.. sLowol. Uses. prt Iitiii;: ry hirh i;i: l sforta tlI *U-tt
& bt house apparently w- %s At"e measbctuarers ar
%~m one ad CCuie~ 1~ SUSPAELA. ioirt lit literhii.1, 11 Sa:trda wl There Is a beauty and attractive. Misa llds~ Kuchler Of Not
billsl owneditta and w-ile byt~ot VL 145,11cvL. es in health which is far greater iWe't Street, Newo g
IL 3. Ayer. North Garden street... "IL S. TOL ua noille to J01 %ifglioId baily Wiano nwre rt..jularity of feature. writes: 1
Ayw Was aboenL. but his houiw-' jte s to paau;cutit the acin(f ll gnti ;ill' A \iclirtbe n opan
mo~cedthe fame whn it atS -. -of t he circuit, court. woman aiwoais carries a cloud ofDarr.likhm .
mch larger than a mnAu hat. SEIGLER STOCKC SOLD. Attore 1 (if thi vity Iderpression with her; she is not only "Few moths I wal 1M waft
V"t presence of mind, secured *______ unhappy herbeif but is a damper to trouble. I suffer*1 terribi
watr ad etinuised t. tate attorlie" fur fi'll, igth lIudiiil all joy and happiness when wA-'h her nwrvougs, irritable. aznouka~
ofhe wae an*xiguse Stock of GeneralI Merchandise 4 Ircuit. wa.- anid jIm;4d tlf.! family and fiends. took difi'elrtt flh'uiklalin
anyth sadw f mn n he Knoked Down to Admlnlstratrix. '(.0. for all it was th waI ah bihhathvvco s :: nwll~ ed solii heal
sad Sre. but the sbots never Attorney J. 11. Rivers made a trip It will be' renwu;;her.d that McNeil woman wbaliathy.rmsacrie Ws I lt to l ruoamsadite
'clckMdath oloofaautoerJUV(t rt('wt rsi. t I woman adas thatn n cerre Wato vwu"iso
1:0s ewkMna morning to Waldo Monday. where he assunw-d and hi wife were on a Fourth oif sunshine wherever she gos elis.9WW
aSM ofbeo was tndl "oo Col. Rivers went to auction off the is' alleged that both were drinking, are .--7 and that everything WOMeM whe WO tniubWs
~ rn 's tw o __stock of general merchandise of the and they Im-came Iunvolved in a ditti. her, ier feinin, sstem wau to pain' or irr"egulr
arm, coed, and a house estate of W. D. Seigler. deceased. and culty'. nerivousnesste.oma i slspe S~~t blLtins, tosis -dmml or
P ePar Daniel of Tamps proved himtwlf quite efficient In this the' e3. with an umbrella. bakobe'lgdw thabaing A 4OWa,
in b vr Smiin.~.~ direction. He bad many bidders, and I Palms. a haveguaalous for lnSeriO.wYou
by Ca Sut. the fom re isl with the dign ity b* DEATH OF MR. JONES. filamill 5U157 and o~ bersordt
I~ Genes streetPookhamil Vsslolf Compemd bon's VgtbeCmen
SMP.5 tkaoeer. and on the side some)4 of his one of Gainesville'* Well Known mide fromaasti 0 ooadh wili
IN he a. time was unable to friends good-naturedly suggested that Young Men Passes Away. dispel alil these troubles..3,em~~~web e l~U..arums wrehe ha" "MIS"e his calling" when it oasAJoe.hitto earp of Is" thermigs@ thsietoumy haen
us bot hfidiag after a came to choosing a profession. I yage. and one of Gainesvilleus well- ftned. it m ~e sunin welmes u
howve, ad the Stm. Were The stock was finally bought In bykown young men, died at 12: 45 Mon- ~ ~ ~ ~ fio of t ogmm we ua
moo!l in a ftw moments. al- te admnsr. the wrceb idow $29.Iofd- morning of typhoid fever, ahoer ph AvmialN ow= City. wAite: at Lynn, DAN& in
se ouss of th Plceased thfwc eag .b.i an illness of nearly three weeks. symptom gives, 60e tremlew
damae&mi not known whether Sirs. Seigler %% Ill Dteease was born in the western Dowr Xmu Plaim.- ipsaudisand tde quieket mmd
coninu th bsinss orcl.%etheI For inhaft I wail~irsl "d waye ofrsowey advised..Ou 4
a3e.. who are among the conie ot'he business har lu-. thooed of Alacbua county, and has been heedsoshs In go MA a rm* vanit volumeo- as'sg
St am ouL thelo business ha rlsident Mrf th ont l hslfe ko wa mo hs1O mu f
thecolre mech.prved a prosperous one, and friends eieto h onyalhslf.bmvai iksdoto at ia koli
pro anl the "ll Lya Z lolis'
eerlaw OVtAe annout #- suggesting that sh otiu t He moved to Gainesville about isix h10dme vi all AO~mf 108 *0 Vr kno
mo sawr In thatw see-se years ago, and for the past four 0er 1110i be J" wil" blp 0117 at
edam of romei said has been employed as a salesman In 1 waselu.
,wombs fem to $I."*. JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT. the store of J1. G. Harrold. He was a
U0o was bonard for $5W. -moiral. upright young man. and '1as6,411111 An
a co-o stee Joe. Searbre Arraignedi Upont Charge very popular with all who knew him. JWW~S
1WT IL Dolse. ad was of Aggravated Assa~ult. Deceased was a member of the
~,3,There was an Interesting cae in Woodmen of the World. where he BN
ovae" by hey. Denial Juste Comaa. court Monday. being was also quite popular. being an act
08 $6W Thle owner We. colored, charged with aggravated order. The funeral was held fromJ H U 1 J N BN
111111 thl absent from the summt upou the Person of George the residence Monday afternoon at
It VON SM aseesAlaDW Williama, which it is alleged Occurred 4 o'clock. Rev. P. W. Corr of the ('iftsee r* io K. F. DU'TTON~ A COt.-Eltbliahe 1%78)
nIM h1111e was, any Insur- In the vicinity of the Seaboard Air Baptit church conducted the services ____W w ondtin lg to thi afldi th t Sc oCm of th aoome asumd CAPITAL FULL PAID $75,000.00
ouGldawe Mosify advanced upon Williams with a knife. charge of the ceremonies, and thel ____________ ____ ____54 th Detse hors @M-. Judge Colmn placed the defendant beaoUtul and impressive ritual of this G I E V L E A
b a eiie.t w te under a bond of $105 for his appear. order was Carried out &t the grave.G I E V L E F A
set G pn s Ire. bft an. beore the grand jury at the fall Deeased Is survived by a widows
in d thio to offer twal of the circuit court. Bae.adtresalciden-w Io 1
Iane at week en the Matheson & Baxter. attorneys for the and a daughter-to whom the sympa OFCES Four Pe
Sold sooetg my Primoer. endleavered to srcure his re- thy of the community Is extended. W. R. THOMAS. G. K. BROOM1,
0*b th 1nx few dqays. lease mu11der habeas corpus proceed-.rsdetCn
49 it m Is a srlous lags but failed. hence he must either THE CITY COUNCIL. C. W. CHASMf C.n on c HA=E
sotDart should be give bond or remain In Jail. 2st Vice-PresideaL H. F. IDUTlON,
Sei pinihei as so That body Was to Have Met Yesiter.
-as mns. w"ah Irebgs -eu Li- day u Q- ru No Pr1nt.. K. DIROOME, Time Ceir. J. A- MAUTLTSBT.



a ,No Pz:),c, r Parent pIC ., M Shot H nse'f in Right Temple at m
I47:"a .H.. -" .s HlA e in SLtt .4.
t' L @4'I,; ,i ".) tt ,1 ,'"l
the .. L *:*a naitlecitrat .,
h a rick He S'wears He Will Kill % o .' Wrote Several Notes During His Ab- M yo Uw
With i ~asH ilKl JOH-0 Io Cream Power. I eA T
Father, and When He Appeared in ---\ w reti., sence. Which Showed That He Had i i
court Against Parent Acted Rudely J 1 WtrWi w"r Deliberately Planned to Take His
and Was Sent to Jail in Contempt. Own Life-Well Known Here.
uedays Daily Sun. s i-d i,.r .Moniday *s Tiiw.--Lnion has the fol- AU Clghu lb g- .
lrom T u .i.ys.s oiy S un. i niig tt'in'rag ro mi S ta rk w which -S tit L
A pi'tiol shoIt abOut 2:.:10 o'clock Sun- ...-. .edtoY% 6 ill be uf intere t to many pople of kabob a"
dav aft#rniioon. tminiating front room 1 srl ea.te..Leas,to1W. i
TWIIun Vibo at" ,,-,m%,IS .EIN16.t41.- tht6 P-i,',ion,. adoceased~ v.'a wellW h i I"
h b the opera house block occupied by this tion. a dceaed wa well
Alexalider Chrisotomtldhes, attracted .....know its hocked as never W h t.
& bundtred or more peopleR" to the scene; -r % liti it Is a .
%ithi Iss thlian five minute,, aud 'RAND BARBEC E'lok t il "lg .1. P. l ennett a t ".; M
for a tilit' exC'itet'mIt reigned allion o k ths aing .. P ieett i DR" i
tbo. who %pre gathered down I sheriff of BIradfordt county, had como 401
stairs, pbut iole of whom cared to its uicid at is home by shoot Ia some
veture to te root m e AND BASKET PICN I g hilf in t't,: right tmledeath
tualy Marh~ having bilt almost intautanleou Evon the ually Marshal n company with Cotton rowers' Association Will The sheriff had. Just returned from uai O
on the senie. aud. in company with trip to .Mlobilt.' Ala. where hle went
J F. Smith and one or two others, Zat$ n8 the Pn8lC for scne Iirti.os. the
ment to the room of Mr. Chrisostomid- "The following letters or notes uin 4111
bhes. AT HIGH SPRINGS AUGUST 1 envelopes show that be fully pren edi. uU* iThe facts developed that Chrisosto- tatod the act:.,
nidhes". whose life had been threaten-. Prominent Men to Deliver AddreNs. "First, wrltt,n at P.nsacola: 'Myi
ed by his son. Alex, Jr.. with a brick.Iverybdy Invite to Atnd and wife's naen Evplyn ennett, tarke,
had discharged a pistol to frighten iEverybodya Notify her and she will send me ,
the boy away, and that is what caused Have a Good Time-Se One of home.'
the excitement. the Cewd* 'Second: .ly Dear Wife-You
This story has a most peculiar turn. The Cotton Growers* Association havO always been good to me. Collect Everybody who knows anything about will give a grand barbecue and basket what is due mn.; pay N. T. Ritch what Chrisostomidhes and his son knows picnic at High Springs on August lat. I am due him. J. P. B.'
that there has frequenly been trouble to which everybody is cordially in- "Third: *1 decided to wait until I between them ever since the father vitd. got home. Goodhy;
brought the son to this country from Hon. Harvie Jordan. president of "There are many conjectures am to I
the Island of Turque twb )years ago. the Southern Cotton Growers' Associa. why he conimlitted this rash act. but There has always existedli a friction. tion. Congressman Frank Clark and it is generally conceded that his inand, notwithstanding that It is said other prominent men hye been in- ability to let liquor alone had much Chrisostomidhes has endeavored to vited to address the people and the to do with it. treat his son. who is only sixteen public can rest assured that there "Mr. Ileknnett was born and raised years of age. right, that the son has will be a feast of reason as well as in lradford county and has been boancontinually given him trouble. Where good things to ~etL ored by the people by his election to
the fault lies belongs for the public The event promises to be an epoch the office of tax collector and then TM
to judge. In the history of High springs. and to sheriff. Certainly It must have
Marshal Arnow placed the father there will undoubtedly be a large been despondency. . .,
under arrest, and required his appear- crowd present from the surrounding lie was buried at Crosby's ceme -ance at the Mayor's court Monday country. tery this afternoon by the Odd Feblmorning. The father was present at -- --- lows, with an escort from the Ms.
the aplpilted hour. 9 o'clock. and the IS ENJOYING HIMSELF. oneic fraternity, both orders of which
son was there to ap~ar as a witness he was a nen'r.
against hii. The elder Chrios- Capt. Wiengles Writes That He ts Hay. "Hie leave %tfe and two daughters. tomtlies was relating his evidence ing a Big Time in Carolina. who have the full sympathy of the
exipllaiting that the boy had threat. Sam I. Wienges. the efficient elerk ipeoiple generall. I nw n
ened to kill him with a brick if he of the court for Alachua county, who. did not give him money, and that he with his son.,Charlie. is enjoying life NEWBERRY ITEMS. '
merely discharged the gun to frighten for a few days at the former's old Newbe Jl 23- s ie
the boy. a ho held the brick In his haunts in South Carolina. writes ewerin Jlf Wd isd mor
blhand, when the boy suddenly arose friends here that he is having the In for orthinton Sprins, whre .. .
and began using the most vile lang. biggestt kind of a time." h w s n a k s he
she will spend a week as the guest
aage against his parent, calling him The postal. which is a souvenir, of Miss Lamb. e t 1
all kinds of abusive names. Including was written from Charleston. but Mr. Mr. Will Smith. accompanied by C L "U It
things that would not do to go in Wienges expected to go in a day or
Print. two to Meihath and other points iii her daughter. Eunice. left Wednesday
pint two to ceath and other points for Bradentown, where they will visit
This suddenly ended the proceed- South Carolina to spend the remain relatives. u
ings, at Mayor Thomas ordered the der of his vacation. ttle Miss Gee Stockton of
discharge of Alexander Chrisostomid- Friends will be glad to know that Judson is here, the guest of her aunt. hes. Br.. and the arrest of the boy. "'nele Ham" is enjoying hlself at rs Tom BwIal. whom he gave a Jall sentence for coo. his old home. for no one is more en- Ira J. Carter wife and interest t
tempt of court. titled to this privilege than he. little son. Ira J. Jr., of Benniasto. Iiq I d g
Young Chrisostomldhes Is now I- The Gali ille N el. are the guests of Mrs. D. G. Roland. f i _-__"
SiL and will remain there until hl Mrs. Busile Ellis of Fort White U
sentence has expired. At its expira- The Gainesvlle Nateonal d a the yret
new Anancil lastttio which is a ee Wdedy.r~rm X:
tlou he will no doubt leave the city, newraina.n l i Wde y, euig __..... "
whh would be t t thn, h destined to bring a great many more
relative y, for al conerned.' depostors to this city, t i Captain C. A. Neal happened to reYoungve Cayiforsaltone a rvenr f bs Mna eve quite a painful ameident Wed.IuvYoung Chrlaostomidbes ha Iproven nedyatronhl asn m
quite eh~rncer bere HISst a y's work wase very encouralas mo. bi ulu l
of the new blldings, where the car*
brought him to this country hr the to those ri chatke, a re
Purposeofi educating him. bet it was This institution, which slrts o Penters were at work a le pie.e p nrpo e of aig a day he with a capital stock of $100,000. is of timber fell, striking hi on l te'" !'
at school, where life wa s a brden one of the strongest banks la thl see- head and cutia quite a gash. Dr.
at shoo, whre ifewas bodonMcLeod and Getsea dressed the
to him and those whom he had to e is and wound and the Capta was able to
oppose. His disposition does not ne mn who are bound to make the out agaln Thuraulay. seem of the most even temperamet. mime w re b John G. White has returned from .. .
with the result that he is continually While it will be the purpose of t Ilaytona Beach where he spent seV* ~eral days with his family, who
in some kind of trouble. oeers sad directors of this bank to thlre for twh summer. mts ho.reWILL SOON BEGIN PAVING. be lbel pmb t th me lie Kt s sd daughter
time they proposed to be conservative, M r eto m d ,,' a "t am Lak
Petre Wi ei Work wh is t d fest fo the iter i where they spent the past three
Main Street as Gon as Pesiblo. et of the depositors and stockholders weeks visiting relatives.
O. Petre. who has the contract for alike.... .._,_, Miss Florlda Livingsto, accom*
paving East Main street N. with the ** panned by her cousita Miss U~vingstem.
same material as is used on West LbA. from G are here on a vist
ey street ding to the University, to the former's brother. Geo. ivis.
expects to begin his work asson. A ttack.
the lateral sewerage connections are .. r. C. D.Mar d e
made, which will be dioie as -oo- as Rouse ands l~illl Carl0 ar spending th 'e/'
aadinac reuiribdneg sn Is AB i week in Georgia. visiting relatives.
heordinance requiring same is. i se A. A. Burke. who spent the past
Dised by the council. g w@' _' ae*Y month at Herando. Is home agala.
S Mr. Petre states that he expects to leet ltde id *m*. .U.h a Hrmm mlmom Sh
dO an*extrl*e ob:on:this*wor*. c.. li Ilt. W. G. Chapman visited Worthi s m
the supply of rock which has seeus- IS live'tr pYgOgiy g bile last BshLdaT, retartes Nday.
tO Miss Liuie Sith.UI en. of the .~rt
lated while he has been waiting is la tt g.yMimL ta Balth, eae0of tim
ehclee. and he proposes to give the inlf *(gstemam tWO auda ee heg~o .~pt
.p le a pave em t that will IS l-ghts )geh S til-g w ith eats, Mr. ad Mrs. Byaat S mM .
~atliftiate.__ ____'
E5I'I~WU.UAThe Plesh the last. *
i ea' Ove Uint er
Pw V mg gTeu'se not looking well, Mr. 01.i T* W. He .
MrL Whlow'sseeme arru amSerely ye hare lost a lot et ea
tea ass 8r salle assts 8 .dm't *% 7. I ste hav Je *- r
e-a-tes as "tsm s s s.e,.,,,S, ---. *-h at. ri less. as
*i i, , "s-ows m.- .""


I%,VILLg KEY WEST ALARMED. 'roubl ed yo the as.(aret.t .i < g*** ra*.- 7hat the Sotuth was st.ll taken. but Editcr Harr
N\I~ S hth J a rhe statonent made in h a *.nce O1 0;. '1 i t nd killing %as lso Ianner, pierces thes
pThp people of Key West art mch Tuesday last his ;rivate. -( retur .-eoaw? in the S411anish war. though that ,prophetic eye and sees
alarmed at the staloepinn (if w% (irk gave anl official denwnit, t the r' mier- dil inot :ia it to Titicti. But as to rising from that my$ iDoeubar3i1. wo.3as *Gai tiU. Tr. 0 anthe Key West # nd of th. exrti-iots thit a tiquadron or hattlo'shel- a- 'T1 talk #I aith Japian. the South which. twfore he is calle
S AM0 of the Florida East Coast railway but hl oent to the Pacifi ': 0.. .1.- to 5. :,terested. There iS th- be larger that, either
-gs--The Iiall Citizen of the L-land Cit t at the Presideti. has n.. *0 : * itilatin to warrantt war Tanpa. There's an Optimg Sa~ Eu N m liaa Tera express a confidence that the road i-idered tht adi-..hil il 4 tadali.g T.k Th* T -ituatiot. ui-h as it le. Or would u you call that a
.1 ea&Mao tr will be built through as orinazdll, m:- any Thi 7 to the .iwifle. r w v d; 1'I :.#- that wars are niade out Piiw dream with goodola
tended. It sayia: lat. r this hiowarme .a lio-osil-t. cruis-e o !rt!.# r TI:e Smoth has; a valu- 11 hope that Editor Harn
. X. RcCREARY. Editor "and Pub r.I It it a matter of siielre *rot to the, i'aiile. but i:t at fail .A:t r -o ::.t ro ns rade with the forever, andot we s pect t
- -. that It was found necessary tip sut.- that caine Secr, tary .11*telfa m 0. ir. Tt I h t e1oS not want to see have to pretty nearly do sel
pend the work on this end iof the e\. nuieiince-in-it inl CaliforId t hat th.* di-' hr'elt for the benefit of a few to see his vison realised.--..I tension as stated in our issuo. ot Sat- tit-leships were tee xeo dit ectli to the 0.apeer who make a living out of' Democrat. 00Twise"g.Week SUN $1. arl urday. and it is hoped that what*" **r Plaeific. and that ii# lan.% fer the hatlf1.age .!care headlines. Southern
emb,80. staglecopie*,5e. obstacles may be reisconsible foer thi mov0e1linwiit had beeti imaide elolt efo-ture cottoin mills and unbleached pitere Enough to Give One the
Aavaaa1s1u RaS: action will be speedily remoiied. inl Washitigton. All this zaay he firi go. A for the benighted heathen Everyone who has ridd
agigaemeate, Is Sents a line 'The cessation of the work at thick and i bee and eoir-l.teint statesmmn- are aibsorhing toles enough for the' roadyoa who how
md g lOeeste for Seb addi- time will naturally give rise to much sihip. but ailyone caii ee how !i- South Jiitt now. When there is a coutr dog wil ch apprehension and all sorts ofutr dog ill rs.
appreiss fort in heina srt4 of rumors plorably it lends its#-lf to the brran!- real occasion fur war talk it will begin train He chas t for" but In the lterest of this city we Ing of the sensational new iaper=. to take' an iterest. life depended on it. t
spu n a lspp si**. should not allow this temporary set. Considering the very bad impression has often been asked *
Dash alavss igered back to interfere with our plans for made both at home and abroad. we The Water.-lpierce Oil Company is the dog do with it if be were
see a line. progress. think that the commnuandtir in-chief 4f in imminent danger of a fine of $150,. it"
.It is rnreasonable to sup'.InSo that the tiavy ought to revoke his order-- oe"" in Texas. The Standard Oil CoM a0 GLYW BIM A" the stopping of the work will te or. if nie'cessary, gihe out a :i.-. pai.y of Indiana may get fined to the b e th e o iracy or thi l
g the Thulsee Week more than temporary. Aside from version of what he had always in. tuet! of $211.000,000 before Judge' by the conspiracy Mr. LEgie
am Weui .... $1 the Immense amount of money already tended to do." Landis in Chicago. There are many conrt d caught
aaexpended here. Mr. Flagler's amb. - more subsidiary companies of the conspirators had caught hi
0gg g am tion to complete the grand work in REPUBLICAN DEFEAT PREDICTED Standard company in different States 11 t h
azI! In ralofte r Would It have put Pete 0.
Sal eme I8 building this extension would un. and any or all of them are in virtual control of the
...*..*... *.** 7 doubtedly cause him to do it regard- John S. Wise. one of the most emi- liable to come in for similar Would Governor Broward he
e less of any minor obstacles he may Dent Southern Republicans. tout now flues for wilful and persistent viola- his nerve and capitulated? eet. That obstacles would be met residing In New York. made an ad- tion of State and Federal laws. Of What great and asl thin
In such a stupendous undertaking dress lately before the Maryland Bar course the Standard with its Little Peter" hae up his stev
st have been foreseen by blim Association on "Centralization by ed annual dividend of 40 per cent and what would have happened?
fom the beginning and be is unques- Construction." He said Presideit over can stand a large number of This thing of guessing ad mt IM the throe oulbyprpi ome hm such fine.. But there comes a time trniseogtoieoNeA
as~ e tea & nably prepared to meet them. Roosevelt's attempt to broaden Feder. when even Its immense resares turm is enough to -ile ae ft
>01k d "We have the utmost faith in Mr. al power by interpretation is to make mhn een ts drain W ou rs Jams.-Onalo Banner.
P 1Flagler and our people should not an "India-rubber Constitution." and Must feel the dral. Woold it not 111 a"gmftsmworry about the completion of the declared that the doctrine of Federal imbe cottrpforationcernd sur- h hooChfo
0011111are railroad. Mr. Mender has said he power, Increased by construction l nderan i he forth some The Th s e l
111111116U ft mo ent- would build it Into Key West and der the plea of changed conditions, rnee n ie ecfrhsm. h eerp ttdM e
as"e battes bu t t has given abundant evidence that he .d the most insidious and dangerous where within the limits of fair play Editor L'Engle of The Talabis
e ah b the ampt will ase good his word. And Henry heresy brought before the people of and decency? It would still make was afflicted with egotism. Th
M. Pler is not a quitter." America. Bu th oh S. e t enough money to enable all its di. of the statement is illastrated I
T.e ggs latglmeati regarn lonts to the old Lincoln school of rectors to keep steam yachts and the great expose contained i the
Sbe11111111nthe esstio of work on the Key pls tt ol Lincln ool of Public would be the infinite beneliar. issue of his journaL in the
em 1 am t 3" t atOfn of hee sion Ithat politics that is entirely outrun by es. It looks as though the trust* of the story he takes oceatam to
a11l11 assy 3rd to owth' It has bees* caused on account Of of today. The speeches of President Ahtng problem wer coming within scribe Wh four leading
seemit ammsuderstanding with the Na' Roosevelt. said Mr. Wise. Indicate a sight of a finish and it would seem They are the Governor of the g" A th_ at the _ea tmal authorities. It Is confidently seelt. sa f Wie In sensible for the magates to sa. a welluinown attorney, the ie
hoAs S th t ewever, tha all 4ttere singlar Ignorance of the boundary render while they can still be granted one of ine leading daily paag
*~w ~ m hped hoeve tht dffeenes inebeteenFedralandStae pw.the honors of war. Ithe State and HIMSELF. B
wild soon be amicably adjusted a "nd or. and he predicted that the peo- woe- t h 8 die I 8
______________111the w8k resumed and Pushed rapidly Ple would not~ uphold a pat which ee h oenrsvrusi
e "as 'te _____ advocated Federal or State aggres- o FROM THE PAGES editor li 70 and 53 words
of swim ha m e eort oFROMPAGEbu found it necessary to sep
a. aa; LACK SQLDIO S IN DISPAVOR. Republicans who think as Mr. Wise 0 OF FLORIDA PAPER' words to gire the pub a a
Sin m al e4 does must needs come over to the 0o qo 000* 0 0 0 *o * o conception of the wonderful
Thee hs bep such a revival of Democracy. and will undoubtedly do ance of HISELF. Hea
t w.m0rae prejudile Ia this country of late so it wisdom is shown in platform He Should Be Re-**ected. HIS landation of HIMSUCP wH b
a inthat so movement of negro troops declarations and selection of candi- HI acquainted with the politics of dreadfully saISary weed4
:7_- WMtahes place without protests from the dates. the State admit that it will indeed be man who would fight to the M
We *w 4 people amos whom they are to be- .. a difficult matter to defeat Mr. .1al- trace a cross mark with the lt
11A11e uasrk*** The Alachua Post charges the coun- lory for the United States Senate.- Isn't it dreadful to thiak we
Whem it Is considered that we have ty commissioners with discriminating Palatka Times-Herald. such a "bad-un" ligng In em
higEf b a egr rents for more than a against the county in favor of Gaines- Starke Telegraph.
--l gsmswais ad that no one has made ville in constructing hard roads. The Run Both Out.
oy A e objection to them until re- commissioners have done nothing of Of the two evils. the saloon and Malery the Mat
tly. It w iave to be admitted the kind. and The Post cannot Pub- the gambling hell. the latter is the The Manatee Record observes
~~ U.1VMT*" tht grat Prows has been made stantlate any such charge. Four most dangerous and damaging. It entr aloydsntsm

.nIowa setig the problem which brought members of the board are from must be run out of Miami and Dade be worried much about hs oat
___ ths *bhmtain iate existence. the country districts to only one from county.-Miami Metropolis the Senate. He continues to
ClrTed W do 061o troops have given a good Gainesville. and they have worked ,good while the boys do the
=aeouat ot themselves under many together in harmony for the test in- Judge Wright Is All Right. work."
heat g tet hying wllahey he terests of the entire county. A larse Judge Wright is after the automo- Senator Mallory is not glM
erscohe Sfoutwel the rsed proportion of the work done en roads bilists who exceed the speed limit in worrying, ad he knows that i armsatahs of the North. in ta and by prvatem ubscpt s.s a- Jaaksonvil He iso t lopinin tworer s as Senator s h

at pee*, when the social factorammena trcn.thnd if otho selicnofh a few privileges which must not be done In public life, without ear to be takes into account, that they county would follow the example of disregarded by the man in the horse- Iray. or brass bads or press 11are looked apes with disfavor, these two districts they would be bet- less carriage.-Palatka Times-Herald. relyiag on his work for hMs reM4
um~ ms esm AB this may be natural and inevi- te of. Owin to th lack ft fuds perhaps. a little too meet.,
a s mlm~ table. but If we are to have black in the past, ast aa e the policy Go a nSm ae, pbi nwa htt e l
UM iteusyregmsts to war we meet have them of the commissioners to help those The "unwritten law" does not seem State. ~~ ~-- in ~peace. and make the best of them. scI where the people wouldrln to betconfinn fa thi dr oma *There Is b lethi a certain
8 Sa wl to them latN~e w okWrd iaca adtousrc adrod.lfisl h ono hla il t erv the at r~et himeltua t
haiswenB e This shows that the tension be- but now that the road fund is In bt. shot and killed his sister's betrayer. outs t a of wyteo pbocai set
ulb e Alstwass the races is growing stronger. ter shape, thanks to the last Legisla- The jury acquitted him and as he thas t his is e b eeotities
Jest after the close of the Civil war ture. the commissioners will push left the court room he was seized and tht ithis himb~ ptcwekm ~ ~, 3.there were a number of negro regl- the work of constructing hard roads kissed by many women-ilami but i des. im tha ms ash
m whohave ase agents stationed in this State. and In fust as rapidly as they possibly can. Metropolis. least hs duteSd him tht me
i me place we remember when theY all sections being treated alike as best -lable has made poima h
_________were about to be removed, the mer- tends to promote the public interest. Any Old Bone Will Do.atuable tens the peole rve
Amb a the City Council is chants got up a petition asking that The proximity of suitable material Governor Broward has appointed always with an eye single O*
iB hav miM that he cares they be allowed to remain. But in has to be taken into consideration in a commission to locate and carry to welfare, however powerfal th e
~ inim el nwyes o town in the South would their constructing hard roads, as it would St. Augustine the remains of Pea~ce ss he has made or mar inS
mm ~ ~ ~ be preence be wanted now on any con- be the helshth of folly to commence de Leon. Unless we are greatly mise- In the State lAgIistamee inB
as manr 8 may law- sideratios. and the same sentiment the construction of a road miles away taken this is going to be worse than gress ad la the United Stales '
l) Me Iw regalad it. All b meaifesting Itself in the N.orth, as from where the material is to be a search for a needle in a hay-stack, he has uniformly proved hini &
M a to sa inrel s.stis shown by the recent protest that had and work towards the base of but we hope they will be recovered only a valuable rvant, buta.
We taking a Mig ris lahsgoeu from the citizens of supply. instead of from such base. iand rest in St Augstine forever-MS- the highest type that a rpbagney a city ealcates, Watertowan, Y. Such waste of time and money might ami Metropolis, produce. He is equaR~yinUbId
The negro Is not conducting himself serve to pacify a few individuals, butsutr eorrekas
of PblicWork wil hav t n reedom as those who fought for the commissioners wisely consider it IIn the "Lime"*Light* low, to private or public a4 the
la law to sleet eatt clis o his emancipation had fondly dreamed. their duty to act for the best interests Dr. J. H. Rowe has the champion cess that has bes his ibb ~reveim-tu.When he was a slave he was look- of the whole people, not to humor lime tree of Florida. It has set its'has been, to an extent tr
________e4a 'ipan as a protection, now he is re a few disgruntled persons. fourth crop. Every limb of the tr*toeenea*t his spld 5
garden as a meenace.-Ocala Banner.fe mndet
Hal between the Federal and There is a tolerably unaimous is well filled: but strange to say. at and his except~ina l
tA in la rth Carelia over SUAVITER IN MODO. falure throughout the South to either the very tip end of the branches theyf cola Journal.
eMI~gaa et the 3% ~~ ~s~lega~lt betwess Fed- ways very respectful to the President. the yellow press. It is not that the ohngaotwatwssl
-A State saberity. That **m* It is somewhat Eglish. you know. Or- South is not patriotic. If the tisse through the fall winter and .'spb. D. U. Godwlna 511dB5SU
iB aseM as ou Mstr. Steadily dimedily It thinks the King ea do no comes when there is something doias The tre s least fiee fee in & right a agw weats am
te o se the Natisml a* wrms But it hints that the PreI* in the war line, either with the Orient ameter. It will have to be staked toem damag*@ Mr.Go*b
he beus .....mnn power. 4mst is playing double In the Japanese or say other part at Ge word, theep the liabs from talking ot.-ILt. hee .* d -in
as pea t the several States mnr sor campaign purposes. it Som will be found heain sown Its Peebr laeeset or msea The sustme
bae se at ** Aght mps: **o athes most unpeent eadte sesb. That ike South eeud""' peaym tem se M. eaum
ep The Setermerw s aurs at as whele abe is th Agt at weMi Aght wa ab.undny A Pipe Dream. e4 si aanMi
seeses as pe et *e stage eesse eft me a..mnsm.n. ae serswher prowen diarl e Th averstase ase hem sses, as eeem s amg
m~g *o****** between Rea Predet weg, en his **8 Oil wr me the ambatd wetr wl trtuesty e~ts mm e sta su wa pagAsd &
M M as as se arte in amesle suee set as shoes ge t set ge pwle pe. Germ et ase werM a~e emag @ at 9 gth -hi
.nass at am. w Mes tod eai e etee lee in two e ser see emay seehs ages bee shL

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TO HE ITY JAI W~te-Tw paersofthe 9th of OF THE SOUTH The Sun prepays expres charts a ON aele1 6 90
TO THECITY AIL~ pril nd li wewill ive -amounting to $5 or ovrr when emuk mi~s
A rla d ltof May. W il gv oe a folowin prices when sm mis y~ ew de
With Setting Fin. to the I-) cth for theO first paper of eac Won't See Us As We Are. But'--- ---___ofteaoemnmddatesi and 5 tc oBakEmm eid ~ 1 b.8xl..... 88 ." SAID
Houses in Frog Alley. cnsfor* th asoe -d.u -tc toBc Im O Letter Heads, U10n lb.. 1
-Dr. J. W. McCollum and wfwoLte ed.Lun
6 A OLD OFFENDER. are~ spending several weeks at Pals-. DO NOT SEE TRUE PICTMRS: Note Heads, 7 Wbe.. 429................... 1C240
Iovr Ga.. write that %hey have both- Note Heads, Linen, 6z9................. 1.75 1.i5 INN
r Actl in' Jacksonllie Caused 6een quite nick. but are feeling bet. Southern Cities Have Their Water. 1 Bill Heads. No. 1 (4 Hast) .............. 1MS 2A M
ter now and thick that the trip will wasWeePrBWtrCne ill Heads. No. 4 (15 nes)............ 2M Los -O
ow f Fellow Prisoner-Sent prove very beneficial to them. They; wasWeePIeWtrC Bill Heads, No. 3 (211 lins) ............. SM 41A
ASU"'But Returned to Gain**. will leave In a few days for Raur From Artesian Wells-Death Rate BilHasNo2(8tme).......L WV"
Gasp. Raburn county. of Florida Cities Low. Statements. 6%98% .... ...... ........ IM. SA
a~ t.igr painter w4-11: J. WV. Blarwick of Tampa has been Walter Page, In a recent article in ftvl0Pea, No. 111. PulO Off ........... Los 3.1
In ildie, having been.i In the city for the past several days.'The WIorld's W~ork. among oter things Memo. Note Heads. Si~zS%. aee a i as meft
er.was arrested Tuesday on Mr. Barwick has traveled a great deal' sLi:nes Note Bawl&4..1
Of 1l.1%ing s~et flr.# t-Ie5l a h a ee ee niln t would be an incalculable gain W erne
dotrI.' .d by fire in Frog Alley! town with which he was more favor- meI ocpino h o
Monday zurii.alinreedtaaeiswh SE MI-WEEKLY SUN, G iev ,
a a~inviarcerated in the Gainlesville. lie seriously conteni.,especially of the lowland South
and .te'a ih plates locating here, and In case he'would now be made ainew and made
g 1 1nttitfie(I that the prisoner doe" so he will engage in a business' diMcl frmfcs O i rd.PN A O ASMA 1
"t fire to the (ity prison. Before, which will greatly redound to the ions or old maemories The tourists dvbeut 1Wlos
cer rt-acliet the jail, however., benefit of Alachua county. I"~na posincard picure of ol '..l-00
tbrouph the means of a bot- Jnhn Owens. a former Gainesville mse (to c a i pit r actofaol na YEVIIY53 Yt1itUAT so"' so
giwater whieti had been left with bo)y, and at one time an employ of aies sthn Pamy iW &rcial a. 46in w
sbdued the flames4. The Sun office, was In the city yes. defunct Institution). of an old nemr u st S
wo arraigned before Justice Colt, terday from Jacksonville. tie it; mni asdiin no.O ite wl fSra sW i nowu on" toi
yeter4Ia'. but owing to the fact running as conductor of a freight Igrinning Samba eating a watermelona. cm1 e3ed
the pisoner had himself put' train on the Atlantic Coast Une be- Of a former slavel cabin. and the like. 311111111111111L
a fre the charge of incendiary'. tween Jacksonville and Newb~erry. The railroaded rn. of coumss, almsg goo" is em No
OSM not be sustained, and be Johnnie's old friends are glad to the barrenest ridges of land, for good HAD VERaY HARD F14WT piissof A b&charge'd. learn that he Is doing well and trust enineerIW reasons, and the to.rW~ blow~
An Oloffender. ththe will continue on the roa-d to hotels keep the grotesque thine In &At Weo Out After O0e e0 t"e NMt W. Ih
Avi ld hatsighit. The literature Of the era or ax.e"tn Ceeteat averl Wiftesei
is the general opinion that! promotion In his chosen avocation, orol It the er1fwrWr. mDe ae it-i eyA
geld not escape by means ofIslvrOOfO erOfWrOrte IDepWWCt W8100A& 011111111m10
hole through the wall of JOHNS.RAUDY. romances which have to d. with
andbeam aared ndex tes periods; and the people of the Jb3.Cws*o
PoI a bonestleMrre known books about the Soath are PeaORNBa, Fl.,Jly2.-hih
the flames. He set fire to'o a eon opeMare t*ither the heroes of etorleH. Blis. Say o Puees Fam a m ie
while in prison In Jacksonville Mamh.origin, or the poor devils whoma aGIa at 2 Woeok this morning. 4
yons ago and a fellow prisoner Mr. John Draudy and Missa ob was unknown. Saoe of the Southern~ li badly burned that be died. Johns were married at the home of fok themselves, "%o think ot the Mayor Biss was elsd a ~
was sent to the asylum after the bride's mother. Mrs. W=n. Johns IN 4 Of thGAmeelvee, and Of othr ogth, afte, onea ofte mol aind g mW 40 0 Wt finally returned to Gaines. of Graham, Judge Dekle of Starke folk less by fectt then by tradltios, munScpal OSEgaie 1111. th W 110M aO He is not regarded as a sane offciating, mnost 01 which are exaggerated and of the ftI. His Vwk Is the msas
sa hol ntbe permitted The bride Is the eldest daughter of 1"o hc r loehru-cusdapyla ralw htN I
congratulate'd Upon Winning such an "The elect of thes ludlcuous suited fro ahch e nMpl ftls gu"isese g COLMANS11 COURT. accomplished young lady for his ceptios is a real hindrance to The ftaora wil Ub e =M
-wife. knowledge ad a cheek to growth. pjIy.
&Lndon Charges Ifenry McCoy Mr. Draudy is the son of a wealthy Moat persos. for example. think of XMN BlNs durig hift i
With Larceny. farner of Lake Bultler and a nice th gloth Atlanti co ciie ag -intrtiu. proved to be an
3. c~n dn ada wrrntyoung man. an uelthful. They will recaU yellow ObWe gaggulve. Mf gptvam
LMcednhdaWrat After congratulations tebieadfever epideiciis, forgettingth a" l swiabrmuu av~ fG
es frth arstofoe enygroom left for their future home at low fever blue now n oa terwro ms eagagg hims to la e as a
far taking tome old clothes Luke Butler. frteSuhta a~o mb lyo eti ege ea e
lb house. It seems as though A number of friends and relaiv"es NaI They think f bW& Watler. Wt be wo to w t hW e esaw
bad been rooming with Me- witnessed the ceremomy, and all wish Yet Jacksonville, Via-. for iMtoUS. to be to the bes t iIs of the Ar.
ad working for him also. them a long and happy life. Mes its watewao to the very beart,_____Nows some dispute about a 2ftecty.whee____sppl
and McCoy was told to ftectwer h upya a
Owhoue. Itdeveloed inMIEL ROSK PE41RSONALS. I from artesim wlls, and Its death 11111a0S8It10Ns tE
Set hcoye hat develoed som -I (of the whites) is among the ivs
aa witoh himad carried M loe July 24.-Miss Flor Mar- C clties of the United SMats. The
Mcwayon wihhi h f belngd ri lf 800f~L for A trip to Jack- -am@ freedom freat disesem Is found 9T J. INAVIII 516mM
S eate do Ca h efenan sonvili. Savanah, Atiat and other in Sayanah, sad hinded in mos t o
wete. bt hedefndntpbss, returin In Decesmber. the Coamt cities Don't keep VOW kise 1W the ISM
doat be had returned the Mm Beas 11102e, who ha been a" Pa --LTev b e
In MicLendon. as they had vs~gM.adMs .A CM 09 1Sr"i hsd~r ft M.W50
hmtaken through mistake. vistlnw yeray tors m A. "Soe Soo, l SthePepean. alll letsk im smebln
bad aroodstor. bu at-of the places. While si elsewhere the evidence together the Byot have been talking 04n M wailug A .'tan U MM 0 W 46a Ur i1111
161ied that there was no evi- Dr. W. C. Barnett of Sarasota c~. rackers' and Vow white &aW do triAe-d and sb: "cn a
6s eanVict McCoy of larceny. is in town for a ftw dam5 soas of the people tw am ba beep a asorY "I deal bw-. '
_, ,_Im that he carried the Dr'. 04d Mmn CRItis Of Ibe writings about have bui t ege l eve -90ed re l M IL ASL

6 1"HE GAINESVILLE SUN: JULY 2.*,, 19074

~',r1 -:1 1,1;., 1!. 11511=1 5ZW.WeE6 CA.M12,9
LSoIIFE SAVERS it te~r wnake hill,~ ft -.+,i at hoist. a It th ob .,i
dB'Snoniti tjt wiU( ma wict IICo ROBT C. ROIL' oII f Iubliceg.
AT XP SIIO toi ertrtir-4 but %k vii gi. il'toot.i t r "A 1davgt
reiiiI of the iiatsO
livi I t de ou kill. deVf-Want barn tp1stea ter
AWFU ECZEBoh MA 4 iolks in~s it %l-t I.* ie Lm ulhno dETIT %I. rte f
Ittakes. a I. i..w03.e ter -- ., st. an le theent
1%555i5 P*fiti Tit. m e 25A Re -ts- ,4, Is otfs e 111111
S@&M. o fesroyed by D;ssese- oiarn:l.';Al
Atie FNUETN SIlCEive Doctors but Gfew 110rt l

6*em*u 'hew if mat Ito Wors-In Agony Eight Months Enough Said. T LS Jilts, !IO dayP of. ... sA.
emsd"gi-u oa Parents Discouraged, Until Aill you fehifI jirOlsilit lull Io,~ I b
S au Nate Ot t a b~ Tred ~ Rmadmae tlkR u ~alo"'ATiTUREY-AT-LAW. I, 81--d 40p.e hat15
~ ~ ~ ~ A aien the lbrand "" i J,.'asWC~~f
M*%y friend." said tlie 155511.r. *thr ., li~he i n %ai -stin* and Raaw
SinE.iiii swimS ftWN RIWOWg .1'S J u:.c NtI,
is i ouse a great flood idt (15541 (,Al3N3SVlLL3. FLOSID. A H. wCqr
am-a -1 1poefto. V'a.. July gOE L AL.ered the whole world. lut who 11 M ~ S. 4
no dailyf driUs and eahibitions tie.O.rn W~r' ark Lisidud ofit Ararat Nossit fomid Se- h~a. H. kvF.N.,
w oh bael given by the United SORES DISAPPEREDu ; 'blind tiger ITo luz,I1 u. P-tsgAi. Jo W. P IATTO N H.'kfut fo
U~ U~ Savng tatisa t th 'l~a. -...Civil Engineer and Surveyor.,. l1..TIT1OI prj
we,.~sksdi a atraun 10w little cl W ,'- yew Ol Ctzes DAER aEA haffTF To U H-ntrao IV mmm.
mWim.dN Nvery day the od, was taken With eewsma, or that waitSos Lively OlTiies DAE NRALLTT.o theb n.,rso yrhn.
no" sitwlooking Bovsb creek. Whtt ~ i a.W(AEd The Whitsiott, (ourlor has thep. In. Wressetn oal oles ~ the v5 Ptrtsosd
a m of 11ampim Rmads. where the tillblet alld saOd Abe Would be all right, Wresting -iPen-oonalitlb: Off1love Sist door North of Throlsheroe twetition vrour bonoraa.s,
an gism Is througed with ini a few d5T,5 The ~iacer,' wi fUS wo *"Aunt Sally will celitbrate he'r s4th *Uke. F. to Ko 198. siuwesville. Fit. 111 11 106ICCoIIIIIIAC I &it he and we = In doctor No. 2. Ila sceejwtahe it) voureo,__ etmga4'cuiDhus,
apeetate watching the said she was teething. w so as tile Year with a qitinllg bte niext Thiurs. crest n- a- -S---- 5c f beeaiTuz
WilMn heh' ife boats Into the th OIt blls f a=rt h wouid be all day.- aid 6 LA U 6mmu~ h I~. ob
bm meA to a wrecked schooner rih.Btsea ige O.10 "'One of the oldest ssubscrlberlil has ]e b aiaiuul LOLAbtifU C o trV* to vatrae th~e is
tor k No. 3 said it we% eczema. By this 0rlr o~
lift to a bin. aad by means of life tlila she was &nfii but a yellow Just taken t.9 himself a alite at the' r'llOaepotsWdl A;4''I 1 .ed fC 'or .1 6
'Ish sore. well,.h sawd he Z~uk UeP,'50rAI t An 4 Tp 5s.ILS
on theiiiiis UWSailors from t he lp her, so we- let him Uy it about age of 914. Wte wish the happly COU1le pOTTY M. Coi1So. preas: j. W. Rj~Atdt. Vice -%ellu1% l. 1,, ;141. 3. amt
week. One morning we diecovefe many years of wedded bus,.b." Pros. IL. IL Cokesec. See.-Tress. 17 1 71l 11M 3:1 Tp it9
.9o mibb dw vaiu a* IPtl'elo &il 00t One Of bier "Uncle Hlilly-as we itall hini-who (iAINEOVILLE. FLA. A Pariot J. M. lts'awdy. p
ores wturiw e 5)bowwd fo dootio waHa u ist W n-1.rdrv %I. k'. 13os~. j. I
4$0 of S Wem m.amao. Wie boats Ne3 He mes otrr and loked beIs15 years old. wsilorndt Wenanexclvestro Atetreet hati. Hie t IL .
-= Maf wsleedle an sOWNS. ""'Si adta eoldfo o57 Vded, looking for a birthday sie. with farilitiee flet ieptntgl Full t. *ij' our ' low
r.~ ~ il 04 yMWd Wtnlo i lhe drl eabara ao 'io'% vyv "~imiist 'ii it present for hsis ) ourigust daughter. lufou'mation eoeernimg the Title of rount' at use amp"u"
bo"NO INbitnwiihswas an saker. 80u we went to sweo aged fi.. 7u idallnd nAsra eo#JS1.
iwhk elg to edotioo. ad he rAid the ye- AZ ol darkey ta at'rei~te forpl N'14 o IPICT~

am 'enamets ae uSd We thoult e would t" doctors No "Driveon to it?" _______________ AW*O FO I
ehbrmud Son nwre than doctor No A l akyws retdfrNotlee 1% beireosr glveth
11111114 40 m m 0o11 fC Captala H. We were nersy dietourawUd. I Now stealing a vis'whr dollar The dollar T.F ISrsture't.ape' of Tall
at. owe h most skilled tOW:~a~ 11hotim we. would t.1111 found onhspro njroduced b a 4 dy@
-olo a so MV eevMe bats am run the ( IiaTvestmerst, so I w111nft and in court. II~leTAK I o d his n macodee
40 41ngn 00tam a ast ofrse Pslw -0m "1 own up ter steallo' It. jedge,' e~tr P3mbruce the It
W 004 me $1, and In thrive days ** et ~~tditAas
NN "d__ m put thresh vaulm mas w dugtr who had bee. "ic about he said, "but de LAwd knows I wuz wit:
n damthe irwa allowed Mis ittoW' iariv ter it!"FL LIEO Teii its) aere% to N ffla.o
and I oneweekan owv ha diois FUL LIE OFTh aieo 1.%-v belrat
we. a s IM A iiiiiialo at d. Of cour-e it csiuld not ress "Diven to It?" 'O-Ain eW
edi 1 e her'tv~gt t If w had is"e. u.iedola a br NEW O D...the 1%'uprit'e' of sticb
OWNwr oft tbe Iiiiiit b *: Wb yw am eronidont that "Ys._________ ada ir o 11iP%. is'. fitso
40 1W e d thur diving., UollI ol a ae tho eve. We think oni t on It look so much ink' a -n#% -&q oterhe 'ISV
ssr~h wim- nit uwsmedI y o pwl- for any skin game chicken *dat I thought I wus in tiK%? 12hdv l -Rut
be"~~~~~~~~~~b or. injdrif (t0.troda ;ETFOtoea

49dWW1 aviittot. '"I" es m in mild lll '11"M atmes. Summer Notes from Silivilie. W See orar ampies.
4d no thes"~m iteet =16 Calei fa 14vaasti The lproslie(t, in th isettletment ftes.alaUatm icli rg A Ao

anth grnsiAl kipen bions carried awnli fto mal.- therer to ele
in sheo~~~ng lift lite 'g I' looks dry enough to make a sba n ~ ~ ~ ~ bo.e '~L ~ 1 KUA
V ieeel; oewinl Ilk -N*111 W didn't see a single wa %erlp.nt -por~ i'.r.'enete o Tm.
a.usinths -- -~-'~ --at the leashore: but seome of our citi- 0al.s~ville, Florida. 41.! krtI.Ate ilk7 W fA
is*41.2for de fed so
MMese a aied with their boots; bo we felt quite at home. werins iw -" Prawoee
V111111111 have heesa ot out "JUS F XO 1G3OBIGI We we're about to give a barbecue M Is Nialtora
4111111 ailli ahot bearing to____ tlis Geotggia Legalttrv until wee it* l I i nee lag
4. F~un.tebeuyo h ll S. In Atlanta Coottution. disitsoverf'd thait it had atade ulo itt. 'dt-1. ..11de
4.1101 soa Tetind to rosit the whole statee. t.AV 0
0" Mh nm wilc fol- 1'ben lightning hit th.. ft w clitirohSl i I ndla, A.
Ikn Ill a"n wil a" the -simpelle. during the uira i-er ma-itingI l t tile 1' div 'f dM'1. A.
%465avme blowa Wit the tan Wile the HIM Is In the Julep. hour, the preacher warned the sinners _________________ I t. r1 Cilrsit su
41= d W4 mom nd the salt Wehen the Stinat Is in thes julep an' th Piresent that It wat. the devil trying b
0111111 wfth 1111Ma a "aM to sin. hammock's swingin' right to blase the way for 'em to the .%Ncr. or APPUCA
OW 140 esa P1n haPM n t o ae Neath the LaO s kty a hidits' o( the brimistosse regionss. rDEFy9* sl UNDER t. b P
6 ii a iiiiiiiiy, avig 61101, summer mian from night. lil1vvile' in getsttuvg id ttBel4psn.IAWboff
W., ~ _%_ sims 40~~h. It's then you're seosiu' visiosf epidwatrseo, julc'. 4#1 To
is u'~ha~an ~the Valleys of delight. Whya et d h'ntrta gt. saw. 0~sim
When the -in is -- the 2_ _ule A-- t Care again when we'%e beepn cured of Ia I ade -A-plaio

THE GAfISY h SUN1: *MT 5.'

Vf Tom Rind This
6 DELEGATES 1h will tw- to it-arn that thf- isutln WASHNGTO
ca rtI n -~w i ilth. I uruitl
OR CORTELYOD, stocoi atern twm w :iv .1ti .%.I y' TheEIWS L~E flT Ul
i Ingreujii lit center i W it op the oari''rm t l
of Dr. Pierv-* i4lnNvia soor
That Eflort Will fo the i uret of %%. fa~~~tii ik stwiih -Th Harriman Report a r .~catarrh of lit'ep'ivah. liveitr "enoieahit"
Hi P vta H ir L.Jist.I;-. 4*4l N a- of P ra ctica l P o litics.

REP S N CNDAT ur I..n it'wilig ca'.e' ea ebf r'u at?. i
Fra'C 5Cf i lcrthrat and lungdisewa-e' 'exite'jit 41e l-l;11) Matters May Be Allowed to Drag UnC90V ran '$ c isou i i t-q-or Illo'i~ed witht M.i-e' ra' vw'ul 1. It
a ~ icr Deocrate:1% ti'it, .e(JlINl f-p *411it el i'Ihi ds 'li" til Statute of Limitation Applies.: m e f c e m c a i i t -rC I n s r o r m I ir o ir '. aI e Cj 4 %v i t i -e
P '- -esident-Why Ilk"311 prie liltrryfor. Southern People Manifest Little Inp-~t, Itcod.n e l eetl I i lack (~t' rmot terest in Government Jobs.
G~~es Maikarake roo~t and Que'..ri. root-all 011
-, .:.'ia 96 ~ l~lh are highly pral #41 a' rpmitle- fr pt,' '.tl C,rr-l+)1alI,-n I all t te above tn~aietiti allm'etiImn lat "etch ~ ''ItI '.i I. ly ::.- ill Jil.. iiltq man) mt-dical writers and tea&her AS
P brof. Biarhlw Of Ifeso Mod. Col- Speit to eu' l .1'et "I: ?'town~i
*~~':' i' ~~ seProf. Hare te L nV- of Pa.;* titt tihe -i ra i GrpiotFink gwlood. X. D.. of Doti- I tI tetc.
* ,j F.' I. ral If* nett Iled. lege, Chlicago; Prof. John liet ter eor ii t I-, ii. Ii.i rriinzai s'hall Fo lowEI ~ E
at' %.4)ti fer 11 at X. of Clacinnati : Prof. Johe 'be subj-v''to'd to F#ctal rus,(%tuloll for X. udde of Cincinnati; Prof.foIlsrira iu-utin L4age
u~uI'~ :ar iresui. Ewin D., of Ilabnemann f, i ~Ir~dnui'k~a~ ~ ag
N ed. ChIcago, and score of ly a niaitte r of praetli.i! ;kc'itics. The
4*01W o emnsllIn her sasI : kng vxieI'. re-,eort of t In zterstate
*At 1.w rig tP Coniiiicro-' ('.l,l-.i oi, the liarri4,! . )Mi'?ic'4't dv- aizi&-.j 1,1-11 ani Investit~tthctl tas beeii rendered
~'.~~ that 111e. deltlkobrnaaU' and is now Ini the haei.4 of the Presi- cuKK
jroi N.' acik ik -.d for IFnmm-Lni dent at Oveter R~ay. TI's report In s~d
()#tato#th4Ftn of its moi ld~ of It old matter. with which thep
~ iho, mtay iat'e jondi glance stthis publis formula Ii public I at fattillair through murh news- m m h
j~ h'r'r.4s '~i~liayshow that GOlden Medical IiIvO1E',
the -rt-1%411 cnspiacy ntains no poisonous, harmful oh bt ; paper discuueuion. It goes into the Into, a'inia:rra:-:4 Preiddent formifg drgs ando acohol-chenUI Ifl ation of the Alton securities, the
for frptIi lcriei etrl u~tiec it, (lid not e.x. DUFmtrpl4aed glycerine being, u:. lease of the San Pedro Roaed. the con If C a A "all
we %I coteou omnatd.tionable a olisn aot usefulawit I troll of the Union Pacific and the eso rtcail' .4 ttator Elkins of In the cure Of all stoma8chi "q well as tc'"'fl Southern Pacific by the 'arne managechial. thlrt and lung affec'tions. Thecre
in Ne-w Yeork with his Wall usi l uhcw h')iscovery "Ins cided to be competing linos. and va-L U I~ 1'
jeludfi~d, n leae eeiieEIstrs"'d r~ extract of native. riu ote nusoso-h ~A
,sire~ei r~'ieie. ~ti tllar' medicinal rls ol Is saf an riab ousohricusoso teHr
will undoubtedly have the A bouklot of OxtrActs from Etitlman financiers Into the Joint realms
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~rd .f Ih '.?or eegto. eial aI hrVis Anosn i'"A=W' of railroads and politics. Tbe reknow what that means." Jdr.n mal d 1 01FSI? port makes but one practically teon- OW M 3M L ~ '
orerstrt-.t and Elkins enlisted mendatkln. and that Is that a railroad *. .
endtt~ ('~iPt'ai~f moeyhowever great, will be strong enough Isol epoiie ylwfo
ii~rured (put for him. Mir. #ofxpbi teninuo h -purchasing the securities of another ,.
opill make a ItYpical iRepub- iiinosceusorhedcsinraroad. This was Mr. Harriam's 1
te. of any domestic political abus. method whereby he Was gradually abone new~ candidate has de. Considering how personally profit- 1srigalteralodsseso
nomina~the West and by which he hoped for the Dtulo('atic oia able foreign war* have been In the;eetal obig l h alod
g the ieawt we'ek, and lhe eareet% of the lae police commissioner o etuael Utedbin talt udr asingle
vet rtaralie'i the tl('w:.)ailer of New York. one need not wonder mieUted tes er of thscin-le Ut I aw a -ared by atl Illinois at the evidence of the preparations NMsomosto etilpor a theso a frk-nd of 11r. liryan. that now being toad to jingo a successor gnoin t adseaks ovn alltheme
Goveno Francis will be a to Mr. Roosevelt into the Presidency'em fmn ftepatcs u
As; he ha.4 always been a in 19.~ h od"r~uin sntoc
Democrat and chiefly sup- th wod--fttou sntoc
funds to carry Mla-sourl for fh u-celDstmtEeto.~ etloued in the report, and the
wholes thing in left to the Attorney- ? E h ~ ~ h
i %e;he must be xerti Very little Interest was manifested'.a
General for treatment or not, as he
u1wsidered a-; one to be reek. in the, election in the Gaineville sub. Deems advisable. There has been cow6 11111
when the conviettIO1 de" tax school district yesterday. In fact, isidemble, criticism of this repoa and
jba crucial question for the had it not been for the efforts of Supt. it1 5be omne pnm ek
J. I.. Kelley It Is doubtful If the kpolls, ~sive Tee a
In Wa-llngtofl President would have been opened. He finally 1 ut as much discussion in the Cown-pso
'sNioencmove of ma.- obtained the consent of D. A. Robert ibo sousd st boway30 I
the Pacific the greatest fib- son to art as clerk and &. T. Taylor disnite recommendation should be-9
battelbhilis ever assemible in and A. F. Harrod as Inspectors. who, modmokngt ihr rmnlo
has prematurely revealed opened the polls and conducted the iavi! pliosto eihran 3.iminalo Vws political lhurpo6e In as most quiet eletion ever held in rlpoecto.Fak .Klog
fty. In wihtdrawitig his first Gainesville. The election was for the %In t h o p tc attlny woe the, rort,
any such intention was en- trustees and to fix the millage to be,~ w ho meekactfally wfroeute n reo M R SALIE Y 5
the President frorn Oyster levied for the next two yeats There WvAS Commissioner Judson Clemeuts.
.through loeb. a second was no opposition to the present In- It was understood that Canmissiomer
to the effect. that it was clumblents, Mesrs. W. W. Ham".O~ Clark wa" also, in favor ot prosenwf
latention itf the Government 0. W. Hyde and J. H. Vidal. and ~thoaCmisoe Ln a a-IU
this flett of battleships to wepe re-elected, the latter two receIv- I eriag; but after almost Innumerable ABS RAC
-at once.' of course they Ing 34 votes each and the former 33. conferences and treeks of delay. the
thewhle f he ea Ne'sThi? now tat ttrne-Gema Bsa-SI A C
Is be scnt at once. The pur- The levy of three mills, which report was written simply as an ex-jsening themn being purely heretofore prevailed, was adopted hfor t witou medzex.E .V
the triciverint will be re- the next two years. cept In rega to the purchase of Abari of Tidle a" o
'mi late ini the yea! dfO. s eurities mentioned. .4ow it i arna w & !!&


m w n vFroma iInd A DatA, .'us .1 N St? do' IK ho.'I0 I'A .&.,4 I~ I-Ij. n:m-1 i. -miary and IA. rdil S it 'wtoto..rrn of
R W F W tC. W. Stepherin. of Alachua Was inr the cr '%f.eia r. ShtaI.ey re. r.-lijuo -.11 this city. %%to a, al, In tli*' (.ity Yesterday.
~ the city yesterd4l rently jturerht-d the ii~i-'4 stoite at Oa~d to hai' .*hill, with us and trust gor of Th. Southern
CONIENZ P. G. Ramsey of~ Wacabr.)ta %a t ilat 'AI to. a4 l'il c II tvi.4 ill It thait i- mill be vvil ioeased I t" ( '()mjanl at that plaft
In the city yeberday. in. rcantilp ',iiins. : Il ~ep'i :41e. th.f afternozi for The*
J. 11. Price n6An ill tb." C110 )v- Dul % i.1,!)i li 1r :~ 1' at **' are round tiilwr. Rtalph Chanitmt-riln at
Eas d ASI ItiuitGhtb"terday from )elrost'. :11 tl'o Ala( L.a "i i.U(JI O I ~'.1, .!.t-.i~. i and cu04th. tuos)tly gotSm tilo (ity Vibltilig big
M byOwr IqWMhe See our nice line of silk tia,:ue -_ "1 ttiir*in 7 -to dvii~Ilk 11iP:1 14r k 41111 dli :114) 26'l LFs ini culti- litarti. Rall~b has rany
al shades. J. Mtanass... t-iffti')fl Ito *. it LIIuu t r iii114 .r4w ail~ 1- 11 )04 It'IAV ; IllkA iil fltMu in) (ainii-,ill.. %ho are
PR AL ADSOCIAL ITIRMS Mr.Sauk Turner was In thc city ?-hool at a I I.-. -alary. a,i* hi0 hast fo~ur g(mel to*sait hal. hini nlakthe 411111111111
yesterday from Micknopy. W~j .. -Ili Itoideit il 11 l~w.. A ..H~~tii & tr~hiad y .rr~e~
MWl Nm ppeoled a" WisA Is geing A. A. Blurk of Ne'sberry was in theat' thlat 11,uat~ llla~yllM _. jut burg :vtr part ivnIar. dc feraib ay to
to Nappes Teom I* Shen t raraphs city yesterday on buslie.s. %a glad tu t.:r'e tnfe ;eva.urv (if niee,6t. C. fl. J. M. Rivers and wife, J. F. etiat. Ili thib city. Ilai
ft I'm ami. who Rums may 80&4r J. E. Haynesnorth Was in thu rity iii; niani co Li., old t'onirado-'-. It,, ich, D. M. Toikies, lit? Julia arid hi-s friends, We gilli
~~ ~~ yesterday on legal buninehh. P'u.rte mrrlIr'''.i~e'~aiwitile. W Corr, ltnobt. r.'A .Miefom
best ual.~ laes an emboideies-abi~ iui~routMs van vw tII ji tii.'ir tuh~.rtr ptl. l.,1-11 anid J. 11. Karle will Ie.%% I.~ btIei. fS
am11111111111111'-bum et u-t choose from. J. Manassw. hy th mail varrit-ra. I'4'I',tims ilIolt~ay frLake C'ity. as delegates ill tIl, 60t Yeaitcrday. Sill
S.MMMrs. W. B. Cross n of Rocky Point do-viro The Sunt on suitito can; front lilt- Ilatiit church of this eity i to Thomlagtille. ,.. o.
ftbm 33k of MAseus spent Sian- wasn in town yesterday shopping. .u.-o s'end niora,-' iy the carrirs. to) thoo Iet-.t convention which uill will ,Inonid til remainder le
12 w~ ~gg in~ ~.T. H. Cato arid daughter were In W. N. Wilson is htaving a cop~ing convene' Ili lake City this evening. mer.
d ue WWI ew a0 lis wasti the city yesterday from Alachua. iut around his residone on Eat Gairaes~illt' will be well represented. Eng91irxcer Andrews j
NOWS A&O ath T100 R. H. Higdon of High Springs was Liberty' stret. It will have a very pret- A vard received from R1ev. S. B. yesterday after an iflae *e
W "ciy ewin the city yesterday on business. ty' effect and will add miuch to the Itoprs by The Sun yesterday request- few days. This sa"
ba hve my a I f Lbs $9.6 Mrs. Smith of Kanapaha is In the looks of hise already palatial residence. iga his paper changed from Sanders. quite a shock to
~ lfttha w ar sng orcity visiting Mrs. Holmn T. Chestiut Residence for sale: seven rooms; yuet ninSrns abasia ewsalre ort1Y
lef t we Lades setile fkiot in the latest good cistern arid well: all necessary formation that Mrt. Rogers Is solme- the Picture of health
ILSty30Laes' in lean bakirs us out-houses. Aleso farms. residences and Wha ..iilorovetl. The many friends of D. M. Davidson, roe
ANWN C W.11100111101hasreostyes o lueandblak a J.Mias.busnes los. ries igh. Witeu-Mr. inl Gainesville will be Troy Hotel at High ftWI
sma m aes T" frd Stockve and soeo'Hwto call on 0. 1L. Feaster. Micanos%. -6,1- il"eviid to 'ear that be Is Improving many Improvemnents inf
sollaft ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~& Ins "1111d 1'e tc n eo aton Alrefrei nae nte isn it us' tb4t he will soon be able has recently had anl UM
s if aifo weeithciy etedyo buI. Alrefreiseggdo h to return to Gainesville and take up papered and new beds pa
bw 11110111Lroad work being built to Prairie his work again. Mr. Rogers' address the house has been
AID= bwe AsWW "AC. B. and A. B. McClenney of Ca. Creek. The work is being done under for the prearent will be Indian Springs, f urn Inhed.
p'.K Uft CM19M ft & few "Mby.wr i h it etedyo the supervi..ion of Mr. Waits, who has Goga
Lo Nwf 11 yewrda tor la wefereih ctsetedy been engaged~ Ili road buildinK for aA letter received from L\%
h~ y .hvigasptdap. ai...ln im n noshwto build ''"TueaegDI, w;Just before be left MeW
bavift~~~W C.sple Hagu oon Hagme was inow the ^n0an bears"' the
goil i 3. I 0. D&is & C~o.. Pay. Ladies' white Persian lawn suits, a z'oa d. .C au HgewsI h nln er h
S1111111111 stylishly made, prices very low. J. J. T. Manning of Clarke. an old city yesterday. If nothing happens be we
UK GM 1k&. 3iiaiii Chsma am MaR~sisO. sainftville boy, was in the city yes- John Turniiiseed of McIntosh was land today. He llopm.
Balo m l j a Sdllt James Adamison has returned from terday on bliz~iness. Mr. Manning is in the city yesterday. to New Vork and we fr"
9W Dnvu* N. C,. where a Visi11t Among fieadts and relatives the Seaboard Air Uine agent and post. R. It. Chamberlin of Tacoma -,AAS had a illealiant royage
-4 ~ mU mi he a fe weks.In loath Carolina. master at the above-named place. Hie I the city yesterday. O~5I
W L M@ Ka i @W I& ue A. C. Edward& of Bland Was In the it also engaged in the mercantile Frank McDavid of Monteocha was M rs. Sue Feaster of
ciety yesterday and paid The Suan a business, In the city yesterday. her niece. Nlissi Ma"r st
all Watfilm1 enM Tbey TeuY appreciated calL Wilson Allen and W. MI. Clayton. .3. J. Sanderson was Ina the city weak ee viing her I*.
~ ~ ibr KMs Rot. X& Miss Helouise Vidal has sone to two prosperous colored farmers of from Rochbelle yesterday, se.eral horn the city
,~~~lip. ~Brunswick. Ga.. to visit her friend, Wannee and Bell respectively. were in s .irc fMcnp a nte ter fors Jackevlll
A r ~ Mk ha arrive In the I Miss Winnile McKinnon. the city yesterday on business corn- city yesterday on business, will rpend several days
If M@ ftfif se 1. 04d MMaeg KUS Mi t* SeBRa has retUrned from nested with the United States Land cla.dcoad a ntectyadrltvs
1km pa.the air- a pleasat visit to her friend, Miss Office. Wilson was in to mae fa 1 yesterday from the West End.T. .Shnswo
41 a ft 1W #Ar &Wthi hem.lli as Maniea Wilcox. at Wilcox. proo on his haoested H. A. Lafedo rno a ac sands hoa
t-: ~ .0. F_ Bernard of Micanopy was In IL To Schafer and family, who cam H.siA.r toGainesvilleeyestedas. &cMrreruof the sqlace aa
At L. ftiini twu y of this efty the city yesterday. He Is book- Tery near being drowsed a few days viiowr tou G anile ytoetdaty corne oflte the squa NW
of ftmilyiii Wwr he hae keeper for bim Mielton Lume Co. ago when the steam on which they strw't hayor chance gotig a petyJ compled tiondol
*' *he P" 0VO11111 The people of Gainesville cannot were bound for Jameston burned streesa.o lot ohn tJ carpntersill eangad
lfte we a Iewt Weys t @" elean at this season of the Y"Ir a few days. Mr. Bchaer has given W. If. htayes of Tyler vk ase in town: plttcrd thoer. willbete lo afseLup his trip to Jamestown and w1i yesterday and made The Sun an.iltdteewl en
Dr~1k. and M rs. J. H. Alderman rooarebeeal h it.Sr hm
*6 11oT- P111111hit 49 fdwb w"inirow yesteday frm waido, wheriendtonofo arne.vD.e.A.iAndsrf Mrt.will. lbrighiwilleavi ry verythngpup
40111 IWMOMt MOIL. K i ikieS ox- they have been for the past two William H. Anderson, Jr.. of Bron. be litrr to hear that she is confined I. C. Conklin, assilant
7 9111a n is mobs bin dipite for day. son, has accepted a position as book- to her bed with fever. tbOkkepet at the fldW
4W08 mm"r eke us is futre We have a few ladies' prettily keeper In the Gainesville National has tendered his
POO a 11 dispoed of trimmed dress bats left and have de- Bank. Mr. Anderson attended the itoh Biarton amid Gen. Gleasoon. truck. effect Onl the 15th of
SW an Satun in leehele. sded t Clos thes out heap.3. ~ert4 from Rocky Point. were in theCnlns~r i
'le toa close the out cheap J.ea city yesterday trading. the ank to Crs his
i Sw glna viat of "Werld b. Byers Diouglass left yesterday fo V T (Mrs. M. A. Dennis left yesterday the American Fidleit
m a ean.Mr ~ Dunneilon. where he will accept a b~ET fi 1 1 1afwdy ihhr~ e can obtain moae
of V 4Mb kmetb. Thwe nm' position with the Camp Phosphate Rap.iBihSrns.H a enwt 1
f ON ostl k sm-e Company. D.1 U R A UII o S. Williams, known to the most everhsc bee with hseW
um 111111 a le 6111111e 1 toa a" en Ityune anc i friends mi 'Uncle Ben." wa-i full control of the
Ifygnedancesawryu.W in the city ye.terday from Trenton. the books of the bask.
I ~~handle Kirschbaum's guaranteed Cheapest Store on Earth. M.ri r.JmsCentapfrBo.aesryt
a O dtr111110 clothing and are sure we can It you. _______________'A Asa eied 4a note bon* )laaasae. non fit South Carolina. where theyv ysjmALE-Muaelhuue
ft. Ul~ww from Kigh Spins n~t .U loeo lcu ill remain for the balance of the and 700 acres. 400a6
MU he I-- ead M Calepon u t. A.t yter.. Elmore' chsws summer. divided by cro fem
o r. moommiy enjoys find the aity eslea r. alwaysa Remember, ypc have a tailoring de- story sim..oo hoe.
wa PF&ig a. vaou thi se re d inGievlealalasgamelrtniit and can mnnkc' suits and fee.t square, two
am 411th do at& to see him. We tel he t pauts to order-jerfect !it gluarautee'(. and verandasi, upper 11111