Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Related Item:
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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NO. 11 MENESVIL1E:, 'LORID, t wr. .. ESDAY, JUNE 21, 1)05!) TEN CENTS i. WEE: '.


riCE and Mayor (h'orge! H. Williams. ol FRANCE! ACCEPTS INVITATION, :.

SHOULD Portland called the .preeident'salien'j' BRED. ., IN BOILER EXPLODES A,

,,'( \ ? tlon to the fact ttat Portland.: attn.i Will Take part In Proposed Confrnc

'" 1J'ow ated half way between. Ru II'a"' and :&: Over Moro..-. Affair.
Japan. '. Berlin. June 20.-Premier Rouviei.

i baa Intonned Prince Radoltn, the (letman .
J I,;. b I I R.p..i"Japan' :{ : r ' ambassador at Paris that France:
Russian .-
*** mht la Inclined {to accept the Invitation U With
:-Engagement Between Armlet < mployment Bank of Hudson Ctarerftd ",
Ffeadquarterr.ottheRuselsii Army. : .t. :. take part In the proposed conference

L"* Would UpaerPiano.J Codjyandanl Mar churla. Sunday Jnud ......tA., .. 8- oa Morroco provided the German aDd Shower of Steel. t

I 18.-The Russian cavalry have retaken . "'"' French government can reach a mutually .
.. -- 'Si
the town of Ua"yangwopeng. satisfactory agreement a* to the !
,. ,... The Japanese occupied the villageof ..'> ,..yl ,tpgjPlans i|( ,, precise )points to be considered by the< M

'!:i'V ** dent Roosevelt Pay No Attentions Sumlencheng on the" main road to.Cbtingtufu'and on FOoV- r !fill Which Will conferee The conviction exists at Th Injured Which Number* Upwsrd' a
: Mamakal In the morn. : the foreign: office that to'raucand tier

'f ,s His Critic !in .Rula -Portlanc Ing ofJune,, 16. but they; did not succeed Mark End of rs of many will\ be able to agree upon thii of Twenty Some Seriously, Wr ;

_ .; ;'t.Wanti Conference To Bo ,H.U. in crossing the river At 3 In Frljht H.I'H'' !Stf'\lGfMemb.: Walt program. Although earnest difference! Taken to Ho.pit.I-Police Arc Investigating w

.'r . the afternoon the Russians recaptured
be reconciled the
of view ,
are yet to
Out Cause of
K :There Othc ..*... Explosion
Sumlencheng. three squadrons of Japa authoritative judgment of the" foreign

Washington. Jane 20.Tille the nee retiring in a southwesterly dlrec Chicago. June' 2O. -A pnouDCdbreak. office la that they will be able to close Now fork June 20.: -Two death 1

: tion. in the rank. of the atnl.t'u occurred the negotiations M. Kouvter has; have already remitted from the shower .
of preJlmlaary' DecoUa-
-j>roKre 8 the
;; today. thus far yielded to Prlllu'un Hue. of shattered steel and cloud of(
9 t dw for peace between, the Far Baat For the first time since the strike boiler
: Must Leave Port Arthur. low on two t'1IIf'nUalInt.!! ., on which team which followed tlm explo*

.:.:.eni.' blllserent la necessarily alow. ot many week ago, there were numeroiu M, LMcAHiK''. former foreign iiilntmer. stun near the, bank of the Hudson '
Che Foo June 20.-American and
'1; at' this stage. of. the. proceedings instance where striking teamsters had: refused the Invitation to take partIn river on the upper went side, yesterday,
\' European firms, still In Port Arthur
s" 1t' Li known that President Roosevelt applied Individually fur torinei I the Moiocco i ('tonrt rt'nN. M. Kmivl 'I'll'Ie tlma are;
have" been notified by the Japanese
,7!; practically' be concluded.'betae position without waiiinie: far tIle strike -r first consented: to r<'-opp the Ju.q.b| Morgan, 'gro.!: a fireman,
,hopes they may to depart and to remove their
{ tbprlties to be formally tlt-elanM; .utf. This wits; question and sewn 1. agreed to take whose death reunited trout scald
he shall'go to Oyster Day merchandise.. Many of the arras are
especially tine at the lumber yards part In the conference provided the (Kruu\; Marono, is yearn old
I Ills desire to facllita arranging to charter steamers for that
for the .
summer. George K. \\Vuig; VVeolg Teaming protocol! Is in conformity with Frondinteredts. Marotu'! with three* companion, was
possible the u* purpose. tudr''
e in every way
company\ did : This will" be accepted b1; wlmnitnK In the Hudson when the

a 4; .KoUationa induced him to reconsider "Many of our old ..teamsters have U -rman)'. which will Hunt the dvlllirrutlons shower of debris fell over the" water

.bU 'orlglna.1 plan- to so to Oyster Bay BUFFER FROM INTENSE HEAT.: asked for their po"itlonx. Not one of of the conference. Great llrlt lit' wan nut seen again, and the pollc

Y this week. them said anything ailiout deliveries alit, support Ing t Fnuicv. had II U,) r", who have liiveNtliatt'd the Card say 0,,
and Wit! Inhabitants of East Side New York '
After his,visit to Worcester to the boycotted firM: I have don fused to join the proposed conference, It U rtrtaln: that he wits struck by u s

$ ilamatowri. Mass., where he will go to Sweltering These Hot Day. nothing yet in the master and shnl but For-'isn S ,ici'etary, lAn.loun tlylUK minute<< and Instantly killed or

is ') attend the commencement exercises of New York. June ZO.Showera and a. not tit) anything until t consult with has It I U unJcrotoo.1. auld that I It IIUII.I. helpless'! ; nut! drowned. s
_ and\VIHUms college chance-In the wind early today greatly
1 'Clafkj unlversltr; !
other employers. Four InJur
Franco accepted treat lirltuln would< other IWHOU who wero -
i' he, will' ,return to Washington: arrivsI5ug : reduced the temperature and ecces the teamsters *
Indications: are that also acc lit 'd arc tn a hospital' in a .rrlouAcondition.
,, It It alte humidity from which Greater New
here next Friday; morning.
strike will cuiu to an eud before A great illploinatlc baton U In frog' ( So ottuT* who won vrwuttvl

"r:!;! :'expected that If nothing unforeseen York sweltered. throughout the Salt the clone of this w.ek.'the announcement teas with the probability h'ulllgU'" by Ilh 'tllcl.&J\* are at their home end p

1J.balJ bare occurred' In the meantime bath. was made that the strikers will ward the German. snccen two risen are under arrest and will be ,

< ::1'' ;some definite announcement of the Nowhere In the city was the suffer.Ing be. allowed to decide for themselvei held byI... police pending .an Investigation

status of tb*' negotiations may be so Intense as in the l'ut' Side '
I whether the strike thaty\ l" called of GOVERNOR FOLK TO SPEAK. ) of Hi* explosion.
:li;t'ynade! soon after'his return. tenement districts. whir> little preps
without condition or will be allowed One of Hi*,.men held' 'by t the poUcoI
l.1; These U possibility,'even, that the ration had been made iVt it. Ordinarily
continue I luirry. Mslslant at
to ,t Will Deliver Alumni) Day Address at Daniel| engineer<<
& of such days do not until In '
election of the plenipotentiaries come .rly
Present plans which fill be set on Vanderbilt University. the subway' construction eornpany.s
5t both Russia and Japan may be an July From hundred of uufly ten"
foot officially tonightt the special house where the ..111110100-
Nashville Tenn., Jvn 20.-<.\>trmcncement mower n
.. ldt'nt'leavel children swarnu..
,pounced: before .h. pre menu thousands I meeting of the t.atntc< joint coun exercises: ore being u'le. "ut'.I l, lie II I on. of the lour *.rlouoly -

.i tns1er'nt'1'antrblit untverslly
tj"f'ieal HroJ"a'na"others &glfujf.'I'.f!
"ecttltoli str
f.. ; ,'AaaaJ next few days, by which each ot this being alumni duy., .other, la John I* Keavney, wets
-reached themselves of such fragments of winter
, the conference baring bten by the teamsters, may decide tar hhnsol! The commencement address will 1 b., say ,lie !U only a record clerk far th*
with-'the garments as still clung to their Ut-
the preslrdent In common political
> whether he has bad enough of the war Ilvered tomorrow night by David J. company and any h. had nothing to
; .world is :awaiting action ''of the tie bodies. Mothers'with haggard
fare. One of the strongest argument brewer, Justice of the halted' States du wltli the opviullon of the plant.
.belligerent' nations as to their acenyoJ' faces peered out of lofty window" s. and ......
lu f.vorot, the referendum, It Is addidIs supreme( court kivertior! Joseph W. r
of tbe'J shrieked In vain for their little one
With that part ro- A
$ the fact that'the peace terms of the
Folk of MU.otirl will deliver the TRAGEDY. CALIFORNIA.Womsn .
baa to come In/ The police were constantly '
a 7 ',Cram the, president'naturally employer, contain demand diametrl alumni day address tonlfht. CoverngFolk _.....M ..
,Nothing to 'do. ,When 'selection/! called upon to quell Infantile ji
tally opposed to the principal of the scrumpsnted. by Profeoor Cha.. Evidently Kill Husbnd end ,
Damf'1 riots and of children were reported
r ? ifeave bHD made'the of the en. scores .
: the teamsters" organUatlon' and hat P. Curd of St. tennis" who will rest Then Commit Bulcld, j ,
lost at
.Mya. of the respective governmentswill nightfall.
thetenement the driver will rather call off tblll a !iKtem at the alumni banquet. Ju*- Ins Angeles, ('at., June 3<>,-C. fJ.ThaUte .
:!'i,) be communicated to the president Nearly every household among
," has been caked .trilie than agree to them. tie. and Mrs. Urewer visited. the Her. manager of a drug slurs In
him will be communicated to dweller
.By' they Negotiations are ((0 progress between ... In
mltage this morning holes ccurapa ( adrtu und his wife were found
of the
; .the governments In interest and for. upon to provide for one or more
% the freight hsndlers union, and more nled by Mrs. J. II. Kirkland wife o' a ranch home near (llendale.. H'.f.1!
swarmed into this
fi.aM :'finally announced to tbe world. Immigrants
010.1'ot than a score of railway companies for Chancellor Kirkland, of VanderblltAt / mile north of this! city lat night. A
j 4t Is the hope here that tbe arrange- city last spring and these .
i winter cloth a new agreement: Over 4Ogo mew.hers 4:30: o'clock this afternoon a publie bullet IB th. man's forehead and one'
have but
'yaeatti for the conference may proceed nothing heavy
4 ; of the organization are demanding: rt't'crptloll11\ be held at the Maxwell In Ihn. 'A 018&"'* breast how how they ft
In the curbs and
t ing. places doorstepswere
Vmitb such facility as to avert a gener-
; an Increase In wage amounting to 1C house under tbe auspice of the met their death. ,t
1 j : :a\I engagement In Manchuria between lined with heavy bearded men
LJnevltch and exhausted and apparently suffering In per cent. The scale now range from Chamber of Commerce In honor 01 There were sign of a struggle |10 }
the forces of Generals
; 1.75 to $1 a day and the present Justice Brewer and (lovernor Voile. the bous. Th. couple evidently had
.f' agreement expire July t. ,"
quarreled and one had abut the other
I battle at the present stage of the peace C
American Win Aaaln. with a revolver and then conirnftTu!
.,w {/negotiation' would be regarded<< her Wife Gob $79.000 Alimony Rear End Trolley Cllilen... Island of Heligoland. J.... to.-Th. suicide,

;;o'! t <'*. a most unfortunate error of Judgment Chicago Jon 29.-A check for $75 New. York June *0.--fa a. rear-en American schooner yacht Atlantic won Powder" burn* on the woman' dr.... ,

.,t, -an errr which might Imperil. 000 l'sald. to have ben given by collision between two troll.,.-eara at the race for auxiliary, yachts from Uo I Indicate l that she rnlfht bate dun the fit

'i eriusly the negotlstlons'bcllevednhal for the con Charles T. Thaw', of Nw York to Maspeth, L. I.. 11 persons ban been ver to IleJJogoland, completing the kflUu. The weapon used.. was a> r..

,q ,ference. Indeed, it' /Is In Francis Rash' formerly a chorus girl Injured some of them quit ..rlollll,.. count in 41 hour, it minute, 24 volver. No reason I I. known tut the

I some quarters, that whatever might be who received a divorce from Thaw $om were thrown from their. seats. seconds. Tb. annual race from Dover quarrel and .tih__fii
.':# .Hhe result of such a conflict: It would here. Tb divorce was granted b> others being trampled on -by the to Itellogolsod wa won by the couple wire eh bout 31 year. ,

;f.,d,arouse such bitterness that the negotiations Judge Albeit Akers on statutory crowd In their efforts tot free from schooner yacht iUisaan, owned by OIfuld and ..nld."f In this tfty, They had
of which Is now
",..J' the would status so grounds. Thaw' ,making' no defense. Nu tJ.noek.. 'Iloth car were bound cblnky. nt 'Uermany, Tim. 40 gone (0 the ranch for an
.favorable collapse. mention, of alimony: was made la the for New York crowded with borne flag > hour, 43 minute. 40 **nd.. Tbi I

"t, \ It can: be 'said President Rose veil Is decree granted Mrs. Thaw but ber, pleas -lIHk.,. from a day at the yawl Thr.., owned by Fells ftlmon,, Ntiw CabM*| A'..rated.1krd.peet .

''Mr'CI.lnc' no heed to Irritating personali .lr lawyer declares a' check for the sun beaches and In tho country+: A fa- of Germany, was coad, !la ID/ bour, Ituocary, Jun 20.-Hlhf\a&& f

(,} tereDc..i to him which hare appearedia lamed was given to her by Thaw, the neral. petty returning to Itrooklya from M minutes.' 80 seconds, Th* Anierlcaftbuttt .' Uneouily wild tb*;.pp lntiunl of the ;

r" a. part of the Russian pits Hisjj'.eonduct lawyer negotiating. the transaction, at cemetery fn Flatbnub. was struck s" oaoer yacht Navaho, new cabinet' tmprur'yrsarls| JI)4"p
:f. of the peace br a trolley ass at Rogers,* and IJo- owned by>> Uorge W. Waijens, of ()*r enl *n *uU'."pH letter to rrmlr ;,

tI//' too far baa been* nearly
*impossible with the emperors of the beli7ilserent Outhrte. Okta, Jan 20,-Charged the roach was fatally bUrL 1 Jam. u'n. 33 second, sad the HrftUncho able hI .*J*
':%;' : powers and the arrangements with murdering \v. U lisP aged tt C. Dams, bin wife and child/ who were. .., yacht Senshlne owned by UIf. b -c.u.e t"t 'latlor'a ,pro
'TO onctuded irrr-.''nt their personallews years, father of Mrs. Ana!. Uabcock In the carriage, were hdy| hurt. ttvtomoa. was fourth. II hours, 44 } .*tm!
:- as well as 1 s own' of St. Paul and .........
,j; 'n. McFamnsa. of - Minute and t> of the naiton In the ainlarry's bards,

");d'. Tb reference to the president by Minneapolis.. Mr. Win Louden. h, 14 Two People Killed InWarsaw RleC. While ai>t>rn"lnn fit the. niajeritl's f4se 2t ,
1s, b Atlanta, Juo+ :*' ,-That tk* negro
regarded r* a
,; a "broker" for t.r1AJ.'T1ae murder. whl b occurred were killed sad W were wowade4 In a i emperor 4-t'n' ha fOAlS oats t
known !in a :lawless eharefer.. tbat be \* |IUI'
:)1.o.t nnhsppy. atrhougb it Tuesday! at Orlando Okl-. wa the conflict between tronp sad $oets8.ts the demand regarded ")" army with.
f+twasbawn that It doe not Deflect titj.'c o.tcom. of th* erection Mr. It. I and. r clfk..4; that bOlt ba. r.'JHrt .
: by L ni4e M \joCi yesterday A pTftcion <* lit r rtlo liwlu. Ttie i teeter <*t"tt -
' eptlmeats of the 8t Petersburg jprrombments bacb of a pi,* pen beneath. a aavl- LOOOoeIslists. carrylag r4 flag wby ..1 for the tfghts of man CIII earth.. rto4.ri, .wid) .ff'"r.t me greet eat.t.fstlks '

:: 'errsnent.. 8tllCh aer***, bow- berry tree which stood ft*** to lb* stopped OM ark*. The Moef allele. nor lb. anthftrttof Ood" la be T It yon tv.:I ,..a.. Chit way'.

.'fists, to accentuate the 4..lre> of IB* tons la which. Hall lived atone ttMrn.pma ...r..... sod th* C.otUCh y.plhd .. and that b* I I. a "1isr.MTl It "* 4e..i'oe faf an ti.!t"r.tffdiA. UN the line Ift-il& ;
_ '" of the generally the charge, *r. .o n" ..tslers.surmade "
resident and powers and then ebarg4 with tdrawsswords csled Uti' tU, ".rtl'l.' the eVII'"tlb w
... HT, J. A. 1,1.! GU. preal4tag
,\:, "XtElt, If posbt! another serious May. RaJlIt r., CWryir.Itlmlagbaai Into the titers of the p.'Ot'....,.. by of a ,..,.... ftuna u.. u.aJoH'U.
the Ala! tfistilet Afriba -
cement oa lh. Maacharla battles : Als. Jo** JVD.. n, fb. 4ttarVs'* set. ,....... tt' eWr Methodist of( &\tf--I( church 4shlag ---,.--

: lest the oKiaatory effort here- (' ..... pr* Mea| of tk. Alabama Mar. ea.r.lag at a factory la the stitmrt/' hIs. s.rsnnd la JH. twlb.l ebvrch.p.ik.naAKlq : C."I.I"tl "oal" Tern Ta.o.ert.l"wlI r 'r

... pray b* rf'1I4 rr4 frultshe railroad romatlMVn' .,...*., br thatthere balmy, which' fhee troops" eat d from -.-- Uli ,h..,.. ZJJ,-q..rlWf

atteraneeft of tb* Khcke4. 'was *biu,I..i..fy aa troth ia a r*. .nns .l aUn- wtKM 'MI. mad H..r*. ttaa4l.y has rrrrtved a letter frp&e

a* they may foe, astir pobtbbed later-vie-a'.' whites. ,..,.. ._. MeIgowi.ty. ..M'. Jess :orol1MOGe.n laden A" C'II\" a prprp/oats{ at'ff'' !a

wer of the war party Ia resented tkat be ba4 toil a friend ofbi **. wni t N4 Many Me*. 0.'t ..4.L T. per ai axatb. rN :r.dlA.. 111 beWmplst.

. that a* w*.14 ta4er se COft4.UJou Kaa... OJy Jsasr :... =;;;z.i'' 1.,... : Ragiaa4. special pert ea the lfbihl .. e( I., ssstabklnn tlt .I. tin at
.M* a emiMli**** for r>ver..r ef Aiabma. sea will a4i tS.Mc ... .JI.It" LZlftaetma i ikifU ks4 a 4<...**,*.* r4atr eritJt 1sg'bit at 'I t t. 14ek'yrbm'rrUnt'r. fl.

-j4 Want* Ceeslessece. Ilia Ijtlerrtew wklck pert aye to harvest! tkl nopoJ" a rx+ot4lag a buiMrk sf thive.! arse of wkw may ,......,.. raw sans that. iho le-sl atllurrof

Ore., Jea. !e.-Yartlaa4 )eared fa a ftrtwaixfeaat afttntao 'per "10 i a wart 4. "b/' are "' ''''. .84ftt peeve' U> to a *Wf* .U*., at '."le'. .4I IIJO rCea wbeterel. tq aeppvesll'"" ,

;tor robe pr1TCegO of b.14 per. prtpeltd 10 ...... ttwut a p.v;. 'Of ik ..c"II>H offlaasra l-u.4y armi.t : sad so F. nu....tra.etre .OCwl'bflH.t! : the feq Qat 'fl h, '

lags of tb* teal9otiU* tctaa. wk.. warn raoaatly a4ratty yriUt6 : Tk* bsr"s.l. yrrla4fag the *$U4 t* ia tk* lten :: wit* CAer- 40a0 oy..,> r: 4 :tr, demand f4. to.< flu

brad Japan tm tat* Oty. .."...a4tt ..rss, wttlkIt ,rr.... trrwIL .m UlIt about U state. ss4I. sing t. 4**4. bc .. *r*| iuoxa aft** aye ,MI r", lpaVo. peon, .u>, obat, fpLs

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THE ENDORSEMENT. Haw "Is Baby DANISH BOARHOUND.: ,'''; -." '. ," : ".', : ,, -'. '"::'..:"":_"\. :":':'..-'; ," -'.:._....., '
' Better, thank you. ** a Jrnlonii llrntr find Carefully v
. OF GAINESVILLE Pat.;round and full of Gamril.-U 111. Mi.trr.a. EAwNO.,DOWN PAINS
"' a visit to a frlenJ in the :
Pink' and white fteib.'
Sir Hem;, Hnvklnt) had tin ail- I 864i Indiana Avenue. 1
: No
tI ples. coJgh' no whir Le CHICAGO, lit., Sept. 27, 1902. 1'
;. :By the Commissioners of Several All-oa with a Ixurliound
.account pf In Lix. "KruuuiMfiitew::' I hare been a sufferer'With .lmoateverykind
Counties of the State rrw # was uu I.OHUOUS Ii.uuMi loar t of female trouble for years, bVt as long u I

wbkh had: uupiru'httl by UK, could get around and do my work I would not

AS PLACE FOR THE UNIVERSITY, Mrs Uarlatoue from the It- I -. try patent medicines u I bad no faith in them.

lie pushed by without cere About eight months.ago I had to iake to

1! The State Convention of County Com and proceeded until lie readied my bedsuffering with prolapsus of the nteraa -
who was dome disiuutt1 iu
with bearing down pains and. intense pains \.. S
missioners Orlando
Formulate .
administered' lie thn carefully took tbe
by a in the back. aunt who to nurse me '
My came
of her dress and t
with bis mouth
ResolutonsGaInesville( ,
the Unanl-j was tempered 'with of Wine of Cardui and sent far bot- .
It like an nc-cotnplUheil train --' told me a ., 'a ,
I I'moue r Choice. She' knows that until she reticLed the bottom of tie. I am indeed glad that she did,for thatfirst *! .

", \ Bpe tJ to Tile Dully San. a, fountain' of energy lrs and the'gardenwhen tie 11'1\\ bottle started me on the road to recovVcry. ,'

Orlando, June 20 -The meeting of too. It stops waste of dress ao4'Kazpd/aii, a-u !luturest- In a few weeks I was out of bed and in three months I.via

/'' the State Convention of the' County plenty of rich blood. v* ,' -v ,: in better health and stronger '
of the several folk: it is the ,chief : before we parted from Mrs.
Commissioners countiesof than I had been in 1
feast. It 81\(1 vbtle I -waa talking to -\ t} 9
Florida cures
together with the Btate felt band : years. ;I take a dose now, Tho& t
In tlJeooftrbound's
taken In time. All my
Good Roads Convention, opened with and a pretty'eapaelolllt mouth occasionally, of Wine of '-D-\1\t)
('a large sO cents and $t.oo the .
i t attendance. for I neemed',to touch nothing Cardui and am kept ia P'
See'WOQIIrnn' Circle No. TO.
One'of end you I I ;
the important features of th formidable faiifc 80 soft was perfect' health.

meeting was the -following eFreer Sample of his; fangs that I was only "I
and resolutions,, which were unanimously cloulJ my band was In his Wine of Cardui brings certain relief to women suffering' any symptom .,
Write letter or of female weakness and regulates the menstrual Bow. Wine
rt passed by the convention by now and then the gentlest perfectly
of Cardui down by permanently relieviuffthe irritation
stops bearing pains
I knew nnltnala
.Whereas, The recent Legislature of too well to which weakens the ligaments holding the womb in place. You need not
the. State of, Florida has abolished tho 93 Pine Street, to withdraw It, and I preserv Buffer every month if yon take this medicine. The periodical discharge .
.__. more wonderful than I could continual drains. Wind
r educatlooallo.UtUlone named in the - -- will be painless and healthy without weakening
myself credit for. of Cardui will make health right and treat yourself privately I
Bookman bill and has provided for the SPECIAL RATE TO your you may
I was wondering what the in :roar own home. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from yonr
establishment of. a State University ; effdlng might be Mrs. Harl druggist today. >
3 Seaboard Air Line f
aDd begged me to be quite easy and '
i Whereas, The location of each Institution lion of B. P. account to show any opposition WlNEolCARDlII

11 Is of vital Importance to every The Seaboard Air dog's proceedings, in which case .,
citizen of oor State and should be located been designated by the that he would lead me
where the social moral and religious Association as their to the otter side of the lawn rr

? environment. of the community I. Florida to the Grand .. me without .doing tbe least

strong: and healthy ; and Buffalo. It is tblll .
'' Whereas, The city of Gainesville Is Florida Elks' special was being led away Mrs. Harl- ABSTRACT

_-I p the home of the first-born of Florida's Tampa at 8 p. m. July I jealous: "Do of exactly your talking as be me. & REALTY COMPANY

schools-the Eait Florida Seminary, sonville at & a. m. July one who does so be leads 1Iaaarporatedl

and the said city I. thoroughly Imbued to consist: of dining, < the other Hide of the garden." [:
with a deep and wholesome drawing room conducted me to the remot ; t

educational sentiment and Is nearest through to Buffalo be could find be opened his E. E. VOYLE MGR.

the. geographical center of the State The route of travel' ,, and released my band wag Abstracts of Title ,
Q and the center of the population board to Richmond, tall and trotted off, much pleas Our and full information furnished regarding land. IB this
I county. has lived
manager in this
bin county thirty and t
I ix-rfortnance. years
therefore be It Savannah Columbia, is
thoroughly conversant with land tltlel.E. it
Resolved, That wejare convinced the Raleigh ; R. F. A P.- to ,I -DAILY
educational ud Peon. R. R. YOUR TASK.
Interetts'of the State will

t be best promoted and the moral, religions falo. Only seventy-five \... Whole Belt to If WHfc :. IBL "V"O"2TXjDSI

t and Intellectual training of her required to secure this Your Power !.<.<.(. FIRE ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY ,

sons best conserved by locating the service all tbe difference In the senting number of prominent American and INSURANCE.companie.Repre
c State University {In the said city of Round-trip rates to 'results whether :you come to REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS. 7

Gainesville.Resolved. turn from Gainesville. $ every day with all your Q-Gvi T,>..ea-v-i.1.1 e s .
Passengers from ) Intact with all your faculties .F'lOxid l3
Thstlwe respectfully
West will standard; whether you come _,. E
upon the State Board of Managers theelection re-purchsie >
entire man so that you can B9T1LSrZ681 D 1DEALERSIN .
"J" of the of Gainesville Through Pullman
city for
whole life Into
your task or
the location of the State falo will positively leave kn1&orJ.'A .
University of a part of yourself; whether
p Florida. p. m. July 8th and H.F.DUTTON&CO.
your as a giant or aa a
Resolved, That afeopy of these resolutlons m.. July 6th for the Moot triple bring only a small
signed by chairman of the rlenda. Secure your tbeiuselve to their task They ---- ____

convention- ana- auesiea sal tne secretary Ing car mace now. much of their ability by Irregu Sea

thereof be transmitted to the Tickets OP sale at ':, hail habits In eating and In Isla.jQ.c3 Ootton.:

Board of :Managers when appointed b y all trains July 8th, Ash food lack of sleep dissipation
In order to reacliBuffalo other folly. They do not come &J
Governor Sea Island Cotton
r h Ing session ask for .. tanks every morning whole Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus 1(JBJ
of thenmelven and Leather
part often in
ANOTHER PICNIC. vation on the Florida Strips or Sides
part In somewhere else. They
A day In
People of SevenJMII: Pond Will Cele- and energy where they were try- Manufacturers
visiting the of the James
\ n good time, no that they Doig Improved
3 brats the:Qlorlous Fourth. h.. b English
t -arranged.. (' Instead of power. In Sea Island Cotton Gin and
?! The goal people of Seven Mllel'ond. Stop-orersof ten days, .'' end dullness Instead of en- Supplies for &me. ;'

s, In the West End, with usual patriotism limit on all extended t and alertness, to the perform- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA USA

t have decided to hold a big picnic arranged on the return the most Important duties of -- -- ,
t on th. Fourth of July. delphia, Baltimore and I es., The man who come to his -- -- -

Seven Mile Pond Is located<<2. as the A trip tu New York the morning unrefreabed. lan CLYDE LINE
listless cannot do a good, hon .
name Indicates, seven miles north of conveniently on side-trip I
work aud if be drags rotten
4 Will.( ford. The settlement Is one Philadelphia to New
the year how can be" expect a
comprised ol..ner/ittltluud wide good six: days.
/ -awak '"' or a Bucccamful achieve
,, cltlsens, and there Is no doubt but that The Florida delegation

this picnic will be crowned with the sonally conducted by Jam i t la not entirely a question

_ r same success as former similar occasions traveling passenger agent (>wer.: Often this I Is Impaired

buard, Tampa, KIs. physical utandard. The qual i
A cordial Imitation Is extended the For sleeper reservations work cannot be up to nigh ..

public. Let everybody come, bring formation write 8. C. wben every faculty, every
and every bit of your ability
well-Olled baskets, and enjoy ad,,'s passenger agent, or A. O. by your physical and mental

eating. There will be speakers of assistant general You may be sure that your

prominence, and the day will be Jacksonville. Fla. whatever Its cause. will ap 'rBvv ..wERL Y S-A.JLIN"GS: :
passed In a manner becoming the occasion. - --- .our day's work 'whether It U BETWEEN
ft There wlllib athletic games A Thousand Dollars' books or veiling them, teaching Jacksonville and New York

4 of all kinds In connection with the I "I have been afflicted studying, singing or painting. Calling at CHARLESTON 8. C., both way.

$ peaking, and the day may conclude and bladder trouble for statues or digging trenehe.- The FIJI eat Steaaaliip In the
F with a floe gameof baseball. gravel or stones with ". VIanen- In Bucce )f.. Coastvise. Service s

' AN ENCOURAGING- - "LETTER.- pain known," coal says operator.1. II. of Tho Clyde Direct New Serrice England Between and Southern Lines

tut no relief from m JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and

'T i Supervisor That Lanler Lake Writes I Is O.Col.K. Robinson the gan result taking Foley's Kidney IA PROVIDENCE Calling at Charleston and All Eastern both ways.points

was surprising. lA&ata aad Children. B- -
The best evidence that the people) of started the brek-dust{ 4.IWu1EKLY': : g=r A TT.INGS

Lake county are all right for Gainesville and now I have no pain Yc*. Kara Always! Bttght Southbound .. .. ............. .. ... .... From Lewi\Vharf
In the matter of the new Stale neys and I IHlllh a new the Northbound...., ............ From Foot of Catherine at., Jacksonville, BMtoa

p University, Is a letter from Hon. T. B. done me 11.000 worth of %
Lanler of Tavares, supervisor of Kidney Cur will ear Clvdfl
registration St. Johns
kidney or bladder dl...... River Line
of Lake county, and one of the OollumA Co. --. !
p. most tnorougbiy posteo men (. that - I ....-- ere --, .JACICUONVILLB and SANJrOftD
auction. Mr. Lanier writes as follows Summer Tourist Rates was laogned at who oa Stopping a' Palatka Astor. 8& t're.oeia. B.ord (CDel.a.Dd),and latena t.
G 'As to the location of the Coast Line. voyage said that the ocean Ladingsou 8& Johns Rlnr. .f t.

to be east of the Suwaanee river If you contemplate I *o large' aa be .ppo.ed Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is .10
but be wee not a- la 1\;
I find our p.ople of Lake eouniy will resorts see ticket& agents "x- appealed to ail .* foUo. Leave JACKSONVILLE ;

ri b. almost solid for Gainesville, and Line and gel all .'' e..dtsappolatraesit.give DO Idea of The u.. b USD-.r- sad Thursdays\,1\ .&10 p. m. Returning. leave S1N FORD Sundays Yoodays.dnedsys Tuesdays ;f

,, we bop to '.. the University 'b.,..** erence to uses, rootee, ", beyond. A **. cantata de ... ..... \ and Fridays. 1:90 a. m. ,

Pullman .."Iee. Summer th* average .......s..aa can i..... SCHEDULE . .
Piano Mine Convention. are now la effect toallta than ten nalle trees tie .... . . ... . . .Jae..eo..UJ.. . ..... '

e The Amalgamated Piano Dealers of torts rousjhiv't the dtrectlea, tad It would ar Apm ........... .Palatka.. ... . ._ .. .. .... .... . ....Arn..2J'p.w..IOpm. (),, '.
a:00.......... . .. .Wa..
Florida turn limit wber .... a movatata er.... MS 1100- 8CQPIII') '
a ar la session( la Gainesville Astor . .. . . . . . . .
ao. . .. .
: ... ...
been .. ..._ ,
I U to ail for blsa to be abe t* die .SI. Franeir
this week and the delegates . . . . .
art as fol.loin aia .o-i ...n.itore morta.; ., ....... . . B.fOrdU> ... ?GOpa. it
Tbe saaeta of a ahtp are .L..DcU.. .... .. .
i lrrinara0am. ......... .
tin r>" u-l t tlekets ... 1QQ... '
trip are vMM to th* naked eye BK 10100... ..... . Saalord ...... . . ........... ;
A. R.. Harper exalted
J. to New
saleemaa roci E ilO.
in Kngtaad ._-. .
five Adieu.ault'ftstpet . DI.rp. .. . .. ... . .. .. I ',1
,. B WilMa, grand mogul i J.B. raM, .11. -- .-. - .-- OEN'&JUL P B8. .ucn TICKET 01"n_ E-:122W-Bi: Y 8J':- 10(0.: .'fP 1 .

prea. apJl rt A. J. Foskett, taongehlefi Q W rTWSflSOSCUU..3*.. "..L as.. An' J1C1CS0Yr LL1I .
w. Q Att. to...
.1ItQ M. (
first ..
Le&oy Way .1'& l.easeerm..
a. Used 'In all it.:
A.C,11 ss w Roor_re..C fara.eergni-1 .1DTILl.. .............
to Foskett t B. Caaeo. seeosidMeUtaal pam of the world for over GO TH 01UlTT.. O. EO&a.nas11r--.An..JII.. ,.... CLYDIUJI.X&. tle \1'.
'' toner to F elL.... 1'l' AL ,
St]t. IfT" .
years. Has the unqualified en- 0555151 Maaag.r. P. CL YDJ "
ers :; d (10.. t'
'i Tb Moan as aa aggregation an
dorscmcucolabcbcstphJ> $ claa.. Cl0am.taKtrss.nat.ieswesxeeT.r.rgten spays
lever fellow. aad are op to tho nta -- _
:LL .& all matter .ppartaiaiajr to t.b.t A ttront nerre tonic. A blood --------- \ ,
plttattlus+ uriftcrcr .e. .... Send Us Your -- v
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Jq : CORES IBERE ALL ELSE FAILS electric arc light as now so! Ntnniouly .

"1>",;;. : Best Couth Syrup T.ste. Cond. usoU U pnvlucvd by the 1'111"- .
(': \ Use in time. :o4 by drufi.h., I of a ixiwerf.U ..I it>ctrlc current b't w..n

?Head of tho Yearty ,- the nliitil.vt.iriitetl\| "u.h, .of u p.:: The Balance of Our Stock '

must Purchased. ('II r' on nuts l nr carbnws. u ..ii t' :

1>., lu. '.i-s ..)( iiu..l l frou* tir'ti t'.aas: :' t,. i a

t h.J ,, -.- ouc-lialf much lu dlaiuei.1| 1-1 -il r.>r Sold at
OWNS 700 HEAD Iw the The
tlcally end to end l.iuip'
': THE HEATHEN ESKIMO. lamp I, h.\uUm U >*a cousin.:,vl test: w S

'Two Years but Are fe !. Good Humored .It.. IIU '<.... whon no cunvut\ p.twhig th' njvh 50c Less Than Cost!

d and Within a Short ("..Mom. and Belief. I I ell'btiL, which uhvuys uiad> tae: positive
,,"ii( ouc 1",1'11":1: the 1 l.n.*r !-y tl: ,'
ie,:One of the Professor Myliua: Krlkseu, writing ot
.,"'.1" Leading the beutbcu Eskimo in northern Greenland ncttoit of pruity. but n* !* file
Concerns. .'I\bli..b.>.l the a
ilryg eloftrlo current U "- fur
"i says: "lie lacks luiagluatiou. but
betas are auiouiatu-ally Jiriti': ,1 About
ir Cattle Company of this his:!! powers of observation are very WALL PAPER
of Inch. Uiui forming a
au olflitli ait
rtowns a fine ranch acute. lu spite of the fact tbat his life .
at Long gap of higli r' '.l,t:mot* In th.- o'"'o;rlo
evy county: is growing and. la an ttulutt'rrnptPd'Grt struggle/ for existence : circuit. :\,'; > the >'nhaUtter is always In a
lOc Roll
met. The company has re- forosl. n-Thiug In for "ru.hlt'tln of a mach a. rlOu a 1
good humor and his boisterous laugh h t()ck . .
,. \::+wl from F. H. Butler ofosa lnteiiHt bt. ". The end of tae: oarboan Roll.
can be beard far ice and .
\" pounding over IT MUST NU
i''W ie known as the are jnUUIv" \ lit':u<>d to brilliant: iuoaudos -
snow fields. Ills. way of telling stories
... .... alai l>\' ih >.burning notion of
r :.. of I ( n <
cattle comprising lit short and abrupt but comical features
bt '' the air art m:nut.i.aod In the form of Best Hard Oil and Varnish, 95c a Gallon, ; was $1.50.
it huodretf head of choice are strongly mplJl\.t.: Ill stories -:

rhfoh: ,are in fine condition. consist generally of bU own nd away blunt, imiiif the lamp*. .\intcbnmsn* the oarlwiiH f.xd*burn the" Kalsomine, 5-Ib, Packages was 45c now 20c

lau Cattle Company is an In. ventures, old legends about fights with .
d.'WIiWllrtl jnit faat tough!
upper ont !:
Met company under the laws ofaad neighbors and wild animals about s- to inaliit.iln the, p-o'er''i.n, -..ttuat.The .

} : their headquarters are in vere the creation winters and of the great world famines and about about curhon-4 nr,. not luvittil r'.tnally| KINLOCH HOUSE PAINT

ty; with range near Long Pond the uinwr or positive "lit" holng much!
It Is con.ltlt're.Jblghly a
supernatural <<
: Oootl. The company is oom- creditable to be able to tell ato the hotter. A small cup xliaptvl rarity or 874c u Gallon-Ready for the Brush.
Vcrlltt> onllnanlv,' l lw ihun tin *-l t;:lith
t L. J. Clyatt: and T. W. Shads rles so long that the audience Is lulled r.
'; of nn Inch lu dlanu'l.>r. N r'iMiit lu ittend. Room Moulding choice 2c foot. "
city: W. W. Clyatt of Ocala to sleep. An orator who achieve this your
the: glueing .-,>m>.1\'t. 'urfae of
'Clyatt of Bartow Junction and feat Is solemnly welcomed on the next '
which omit tho .gronior. part of the ta Desk, Safe and Fixtures for sale
>rammond of morning; and one thank him
Chiefland, the Jat- every
tal light lu lights of the ,,11.| ,'.
nZsuperintendent profusely for the pleasure which he ao-
: of the range. .
something like half al lu rHopo>M>r of energy
(thtiaoding that the company has corded the night before I in cont-entrattnl In this little vr\-
'Oi :bo,Ine,s less than two years, "Ideas of beauty are peculiarly developed ter and Its temporaturt' i U llmttiM. only STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS
In tbe heathen Eskimo. regard :
.'ftprr have about seven hundred by the faporlzntloa of the oarhon 'ur-
beauty solely' from the standpoint -
'Of:beef cattfc in fine condition I bon being l the most refractory Hubetanoo ,
r of utility. For instance, a rock
ipany has a fine range of about projecting out of water only appear known the temperature of the OpxwH| (s Brown Houso.WE '.
crater la the highest yet produced artificially !
hundred. acres and expect in ayore beautiful to him when It is visited" In I
!; \ and ranks next to that of thtt WILL BE GONE IN A FEW 1>A YS.
(,. to rank among the leading summer by water birds which breed I
sun. It I U fortunate that uutuiv hll"lro'I.Itd -
.'cattle' raisers of the State. there. A foaming torrent Is only beau
such substance
: vw with : a ait
."' tiful 1C it contains many salmon. .
(carbon combining, ax It ,does the blithest
{;. WILL BUILD A HOME. Clothes are not put together with nny roslHtanco to heat with the necessary

>' Idea of regularity of (color only electrical conductivity Without

'IR. Williams Will Make a Home of pract'cal! utility being considered! lint i iaN' carbon or an 'Iul"I\I\'Ilt--I"I.1 none li /

His Own Near Tampa. made of snow and stone*, with', known-we could have no arc lIaht.- I
domcit top! but without any archltec- Over 19,000 VotesWere
I.. 'R. Williams of Alachua, who re* turnl design. Charles F. Itrttmh In .Atlantle.Tax

fly I acquired valuable tract of land "Only the spirit conjurors! (angakoks on Babies. .R

iprising several. hundred acre. in occupy an exalted position being regarded -
Extreme hot weather i I. tax:
la suburb of Tampa was in the city nn priest and doctor Their : great
hours task is I to establish connection between upon the dig tlvi* power of babies.When .
( r a few Tuesday. a -
'Mr. Williams was en route to Tampa. the visible world and the bidden puny and feeble they should! be Cast During First Week ofMerchants'

i spirit, and In this WilY they obtain a given few doses of While'* Cream
e was accompanied by J. W. Patton,
children' tonic. It
Vermifugw, the
certain InfliiPiire over their neighbors.
rhom he has employed to and facilitate the dlgvs
survey The nnznkok auks his spirit for advice I will stimulate and
hide( into lots the tract and propotes tlon of their foul *n that. they .non
and then Inform the Invalid that
o i make a good lively town of his own. his Illness has been sent by tbe spiritsas Hold become by W.strung M. Jnhnton.healthy and active. Library ContestClip 1

!iV j "I have a great deal of conSdence in punishment for certain de d.M

he future of "
Tampa remarked Mr.
Th. niaitt' Italreaaw.One .
niliamt. "I believe that Tampa I.colDI is A TALE OF TWO SCOUTS. of the tuont widely known goo

to become the city of Florida. logical curiosities la the vicinity/ of out Coupon printed below and

With Its vast cigar and tobacco industry harrow. K. -... Krou nattier and I Cork Is a series of knobs or knots projecting

its whole.alrg iK& M&nofacturlng a Il*.d Af India.. I from the faeeof a cliff. There for of
vote contestant choice. See i
interests, why shouldn't Tampa be. Iii Cyriii Townsend Brady's "Indian I are sixteen 6f these huge projections your

'come famous of Fights and Fighters" la a tale of two all together, all regularly act In the
as one the most important -
: points not only la Florida but scouts. Trndeau and Btlllwell who face of the cliff<< one above tbe other SUNDAY'S DAILY SUN tor particulars.

isfln the Booth" carried to General Carpenter through i I forming a series' of such uniformity. as

an Indian Infested country tbe news to give It the general appearance of a
Mr. Williams' property: is among the that Major KorsyUi was being besiegedIn stairway. Since time out of memory

.;I.?most valuable of the Tampa suburbs the ssnds of Iteecber's Island by a this queer ascent and Its projecting

; :adjourning West Tampa and there la i thousand warriors. Here Is one Inci "step" have been known as the OInf LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.
',' 'no doubt but that he will make fine dent of their journey: I II i I a Staircase

,I): thing financially from the same. I "During this day a large party of 4

1.(1 -__.___ cout ng Indians baited within 100 tHt n.vl4 Bralaar4 and T.... This coupon tntlllei |hot holder to two tutee thai can be cast fo

,t GRANDER MADE A HAUL. of the wallow where the scouts were In the course of a talk: on the life of any indltutiuii competing fur the beautiful library, when properly

biding Simultaneously with their arrival David Bralnanl at ongmeadow the filled oat, signed and returned to the ballot bolts lo either the above

'w" ,Brought Eight Gamblers and Another a wandering rattlesnake made its story of bis expulsion from 'Yale college .tore.. +

; Offender to This City Tuesday. appearance in front of the two scout, came out. Kralnard lived 11 In the
who bnggfng the earth and time of the Jonathan Edwards .
1' ,.Deputy: Sheriff Granger made a big were expecting evangelist Xaatcof lastlUUoa3ameef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ''a l
every minute to be dla<'Oyerect. and "the great awakening"with '
haul near Komoko Monday night, '"In bill way the rattlesnake was as which both men were Ideutlfld.Bralnard t

when he arrested eight gamblers and deadly .a* the Indian. The scouts entered Yale In 1738 and was v.t40r. .. .. .. . . . . ... ... ... .u..n.... . ..... .. . .. . .

p one man charged with selling liquor In could have killed him easily bad It not expelled In bU junior year after being THE DAILY HUN. r

.a dry county. been for the proximity of the Cbeyennes. found guilty on the charge of having

rv t The prisoners were arraigned in -To make the slightest movement given currency to the statement that a

Judge Uason's court and gamblers would call attention to their hiding certain tutor bad no more religion than

weN adjudged guilty and sentenced ; place. Indeed th sinister rattle a chair. '-.". .. ...-.----....

to pay a flne of ado and coats or 'throeaaontha of tbe venomous snake before he struck i

1 In Lb. "gang" each. Judge ,would probably attract the notice of He Bo c.II.father I wanted Gainesville Gulf
t the alert Indiana. Between the aav your thought & Railway Company
Knight, the party accused of telling age reptile and the savage men the to marry you for your money What

liquor waa placed under bond of t OO coots were In a frightful predicament, did you aayf She I persuaded. hltathat

for hi. appearance at the next term of which young Btlllwell. a lad of a macIng you didn't aDd then be said If THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTS

the circuit court which was given. resource. Instantly and effectually' that was the case you hadnt any aonso OF FLORIDA.

?: The gamblers will be sent to the pen. solved, Detroit Journal.- _
Time Table In affect April '. 1906.
"U. was dewing tobacco at the If ia Tooth t
Judge Mason's Court. the Baby Cutting __..__ .__ ...
. "
time, anal as liMo snake drew near him -:.-.-.:;:,."7 -----.J- 1 v- .Il..Y.IWei .
't Judge Mason's court was a busy and mad. ready to strike BtlllwelloocnpletHy B. sore and use that old and well-
Wlnslow's Booth No. a. No. I.DDU
tried Mrs.
remedy *
scene for a few hours Tuesday, the routed him by spittle tobacco No. '. No. 1.Dally.. No. 1. No. 8Dall DallrLraka -
for children'a' Iisoothes
Juice in bU mouth and and Ing Syrup, << I j
ease of A. D. Nelson vs. the SeaboardAir eye the child, soften the gums SoKdiDaily HT TIONH. Dally. rpt
all over his bead. The rattlesnake Had.He .
Line HI
Railway Company having Hays all pain curve wind' soils and Is
could not stand such a do... The beat j
before the the dl"rrbott8. Twsn
t come court. Tho ease was remedy
Indian pre**>ntly moved on having ., aLv
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claim for the Ion of 1Hats. a ,
a two cows alleged noticed nothing and so ended perhaps -- A WI"\ I" M'Lv AM Ar. f M.'Ar I' M Ar I'X

to have been allied by the trains the most terrible" half hour the two Attention Yo Moody 1 U 9: 16 I....... . .._..._.,.1'.14.. ... .... ...".... I yJ a IU
of the defendant company and the men bad ever experienced." 7 M i 785 ; . . ... .. .. . .. .J'.I.._......... .. [, 107 90) t
Jury returned a .verdl t for the plaintiff For homo purchasing oon tracts or "cn i 1'46 . ... ... .. Ilanarvan ....... ..-1. ... . 1 p) OM
in the of 830. loans in the Standard Guarantee and S IJ6 i 1:1: 66 I.. : . .. .. .... eu/.lde... .. ..... .. . . 112, : M'l2 sea
f sum Tb. 0.1_. Trust Co. of WuhiagtosrD.O.wrii. 8 10 i f' OU I I. . ... _..... 11141I.a .. .._..... .. . .' 60 II tot
r The jury ia the case was as followsD. TU value of the onion la the dietary to Goo. W. )lol.n. or call ath.. "I' ''I 10 / . . ...". _.... .I..o.a.oa... ... ...... . .11:1' : 4ft 40

A. Robertson, foreman ) II. B. has bo mad, the eabjeet of mud "lUekol Htore of J, O. *Kvaa* la A 10 I. 30 : ... ... ... ... Jill IeanoP1 .....u..'. .. . 1:1: ail 81A
ftauodera. E. C. MeUahaa. A. F. Har docprel.verse. All agree that h.alta Oalnosville. If I am rot then Mr. lit IJIt 1 f. 1rJ I . . .. '1 ...Taoo... .._......,. . .1'12 90: JO

rod M. O. MeCarroll. W. O. Tiros.N sad becuty wait on the fragrantUM vqs' Evade will wait on you for no.Oso. S 15 j t t 1e j f. .. ..... ....-. Kirkwood........ . . . 12: 1 1:1:
*. W. Morsas.Jooe a 10 a 66 ....... .......... .." ..1.... ......' .. . . .1310 1 lit
Judge J. A. Carlisle represented tao Eat eases Id M4VT.rua It. 1.MAX... .01 .I. i .. .... .... .. ..Wae.h4+eIa. .. ... \. . . . 13 CA .U "

plaiatlff. while Attorney W. E. Baker JC. tI.eoortoM' )yes ..,. .... I' 1 Iii .. ... .. ...... ..!mock, [Polal.... .. .1.. II t6 10>> i iYA
the ---- -- / fin t I........ _. WU
appeared for defendant. .J& .
} a - -- one old versa, wfeOo .a. aor KRAUSS. eeLrya 1ft Lv)! a 80 J I,8.I w111.... ",,. f i'tl.X. l u oliiAr 101)II

k Kills Man ON w.....* ..*. pry us Is.. a good eaatptesJon' 10 the J6 1.0 a M am,.... .....' .66 ti M 31! '
onion eater th..: R.prei..r$1.. .2 eo t 1' 08 .?.._ ",rL......... ao t ao I $0 a
..A..tlD.r.s... hM ia.e.daeT LAW0n. rr-e. e.i.a ... ...... 1120 ; 11:5: .' 12U __.....( baIII... ....! .12 t n 1 aG1z40
21 years of age who was to have 1.w' IlkS. as a w..a_ E. A. WElL &'r CO :: ; ;,,1' Art 7 M ........... U&7. .. .... a 70 $10 $10
''tI.. :.... aarrl". killed a
"*.. 1* .B.. ..... .* this ::. __... "" . .. .. . .. ........I,:::::: f
Scan.Mon. .
'':'';f.1 SBorala tad ta .... te A Bd WHOLESALE SHOESOf ... ... S 4* . 48 ...1A.IIc u,.. U. .. P.,. 1 04 po 'f.2 ......

tty. 1luaday .. day you will get a bid snare. . ..... H'.. . 110 p4.-.Ts.l a, A..L. ... IU ... .aa4.
,J&I1.'" Aa a remit of had w... .* when gent a pals In y*>.r . AIIIMwrl..... . . .. 11 00 aVaJ4 La. .5. A ,...., 480 11fl .,. ...
1: :tsr..n La.*oa and a:... ... tetter far yes .. UM . ._ a M aj; 4 20 ....... O. H. A r... 111., IS ;11 .tmMsH at IA...*. )ou. a >4 IlIaC tlit .ppea4wU' Safety In N... ; 'I' s118 .,."".A ale. C. er ua. 110 .IOIJ ..... r +
a ..w.. to get atai to aoaa act a4 Dr. Kl..'. stew Lit. rru a MM sure. Solo A.*nEJftl ... lot.ouac: tad *OTglt. Ar PMtAr!! A MiA' r j iLAUL.rN......,

a tor an bowel and stoouMh 4h...*... qClLITT M o... rv.rytrtr
.YspL lavwsoo Limit atuav* oat wtttF'
' alstgaas a&A began ena.g >r *g .ova M. no4Mho, tU oo.n.... ..MtioCfo pair ..t<
ti' silks alauMMt tastaatiy, a... .... M aae. .... rMiiee4 a' aU .-...,- L. J:. Jua O.n.rsl N.prtalo..d....

\, ;.Aas sad wynd.nL gisse't ssly ... Try ,..... J. tfinttss. Aftil J, T. HILL A..... J. D. W A TIC I U'. O.a.r.l Lisa|,


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he *utt LIVING \
act article. 'relating to money now The Canadian government Ii using

and )In the fall The Wall Street Journal aU of. her energie to induce farmers CAX leaf YOU ,

n,.I q.' Xotersd. s,the Post Office at GalneaTllle.. says that there may bean active mane from the United States to settle in the yjO GOOD ,HEAtTH 3

.' A. ...eeoc4-cwlllllaU natter. ey'market this fall is not at all nnlike- Canadian Northwest and It is meeting

". I ly. The country in prolpeioJl'. Thereis with no small amount of success. Many ..
H. H. MeCHKAKY.: : Editor end Pub1ta berr '
a full movement ol trade. The crops papers in the Northern States have advertisements .0
W. W. ASHLEY, Associate Editor. 4
. ... . promise; to be!! large. The harvest de- announcing the opportunities M1'
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;. A JESSE E. BTJRTZ Cltr F.dhor.r mands' for currency will probably be offered, and the Canadian

formal, while a declaration of peace authorities contemplate running!; aD ex

..11I'h V LOUIS J. BRUMBY Oen'l Traveling A Bent.F. between Rdssl and Japan may'Involve cursion to that country to be composed

a an Indemnity, payment'of which would of newspaper( correspondents, (in
; M. PHEW ITT. Sui't.'' Composing Ifoomn.: table
I'h hies, a hare to be arranged by the International order to have extensive write-upe of ph

j banker.. All of these things the trips published all over the coun
Off t 1'ORTHR JlI.OCK. Liver Medicine
':' r 8C5 W. Main Street S. TELEPHONE 434 would naturally' tend to ''increase", the try. While the! Northwent may be a The Popular

demand for credit and to sorne'e=tent great country, the South offers, Jtrf'aterlodoc'menu WellA
,) ;; THE DAILY St r,published every. morning:except which Will Keep You
reduce the credit when climate U consid
reserves upon :
delivered carrier
'j'j. Monday, : by in the city,or
, nailed to any part of the United Platen, pooUn! must rest;; ered. GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR.
:,I.. >free, for I)a year; ,a.50 .lx: month; fi.ajthfct But while the money market maybecome Buttheee Canadian! 'ar> working like PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system
1 Ii' month;or jo cent: for five weelt-trlctly In active In the fall, usually beavers for tiiie! one object, and If the with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine. They act aa rank poisona.

ix advance.: does, there Is no indication*whatever people of the United States want to which vitiate the blood. debilitate the system, and leave a trail,

J V' ; of "oJ"rou'ble to be anticipated there put chuck on the immigration of of bad symptom which require years to obliterate. HERD- tI
v notice In local culumn 10 vent' a Hue people I INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotM.
'.: rr', 'forBret innerllon./ and J cent fore.additional from' and so far as the situation is at to Canada they must be up and poisons is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of,

loMTtion. present concerned is one of continued doing. nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leave no
lute for dIMl'lay ndvertUIng made known
on '
'application. ease which 'is, not, likely to be bro injurious, effects.

w ken until the fall except for temporary If the President would j-jit tell his CURED BY HERBIME AFTER OTHER 1r

? '; The Twice-t-Weelt Sun i It an eight-page fort,. shifts_due to the preparation for/ the party what men he wishes" nominatedas REMEDIES FAILEDMr.
column paper published every Monday and July disbursements. his successor it would doubtless con
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4 ' Thursday and conUtn all the new of the The situation Is best disclosed by the tribute materially to the efficiency of I,. A. flicks, Iredell, Texas, says: "I we*'
r. d, 'week local Btata and general and wilt be
I I the administration. !! Shaw sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble the
fact that loans have been, made this : .
mailed postage free to any part of the lilted
I. told to
do was try
doctor seemed to me no good
'1 fem .State.' or Canada,for f i.ooa year-ln advance.: week at 8 per cent for four months, would then hare time to worry about Bex bine, and It cured me In a abort time. I cannot '.
that the supply of commercial l paper Is that deficit, Vice-President Fairbanks recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."
'' Alt advertising bill become due after ant so scarce that banks which make a could stndy up the rules of parliament TAKE IT NOWt t
appearance of advertisement tales othn..iM'IUp
i *" f,' specialty of Investing their'funds In tar, procedure Secretary Taft 'needspeak
lated la contract. Parties not known to u* GENUINE
such In as' fewer commencement exercises LARGE BOTTLE see GET THE f \
lkl wl111oe required to pay: for advertising in ad. paper have difficulty obtaining'

vane o *. Address. TUB DAII.Y BUN' It in sufficient quantity, though seeking and Postmaster-General Cprtelyou) Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
OAUIUVILLII. Pia.t It In Chicago and other Western could confine his attention to improving -:

. points, and that brokers are offering' the postal service. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

t ,& The summer normal schools of the the banks loans that would not mature

l State have been "Buckmanleed." until January at 4 per cent. Discuss Immigration Question. ,

As to the war indemnity' it should Le New York. June 20.-Business men.' SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

rk r The people of Bradford county are remembered that., thanks to the mod sociologists and others responding to I "VV M.: JOHNSON:: f :: :} :. '
y having tome good work done on their ern system of credit., this would the call of the New York Civic Federation -
roads ,. will begin today a formal discussion I I"I"'I'I'I'I'I' In the vicinity of Starke. amount only to a transfer; credit ,
v sr of the immigration question lathe '''' If
from one nation to another ; the actual
I If>KtogOscarof Sweden would only I money would still remain. a part of rooms of the New York board of
r transportation. While It had been estimated
'(( ,postpone his ]little trouble until Pr iidtnt the International reserves, though .I '
frequently, that at least 60
," l Roosevelt gets the Japan-Russian there might be a necessity for shiftingof cent of the Immigrants arriving at this per _[ If You Are Insured.
h' trouble settled he will be next. some gold from the United States to remain .
Paris.It port In New York the overcrowded *! ,
t condition of toe east Bide <
The the State Is well to remember that '*
; pap. suspend moneylenders streets and tenements during-the past In a Company, that it Responsible; Have a Policy'Correctly:
+rf publication of jokes on the Itui- and their brokers are disposedat six months has awakened"new interest r Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company r: i'

rr} ; j 1 slam for a week, at least, so that all times tO exaggerate, conditions In In the matter and plans will be discussed \ Pays Losses Promptly -,

m -u. the,old ones would get wcrbd off order to stimulate a demand for loan. for ridding the city of the bur I '

xlp ., den. Some of the authorities estimate "r

y'' The Tampa fair and Insurance company FROM THE STATE.r PRESS.If ,I in Greater New York nearly''100.-) You Are Assured ) ,,

are occupying the attention of 000 English-speaking families are. on aR,

rt..: the people of that city at the present we roust decide, we will decide in I the, verge of destitution! because of (/ That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some. '-: :jj

time, and the hotel deal may be neglected. favor of Gainesville for that. Universlty I the influx of cheap labor. refore.. "# . o.
.r: ] Gainesville I. not only a dry I >
ifr&& ", town, but It is glad of it.-FernandinaStar. I -

l .Gainesville. has more One residences ) Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance (

w than any other place of its size In Flor- BADTDLOOIJ ,
ida. Our The contest for the site of the University I.
r carpenters are composed of
a !lot of flrtt-olats workmen, which aoedonti is proving to be a battle royal' None but Reliable Companies Represented. C CI -
between Lake City and Gainesville t''* W arable wish taf bowwl. whlrb made lop
for it.
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blomtlapar* My fM* WM "o .- with Blmnlvf
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h Other "favorably mentioned" cities wkleh email l"r= DI.It.a'r: :
911 --- - i v
wa mr !
r When Gainesville gets her system oft have apparently made way for these I rplmpi.kv. rmiina 4l I."p->>ad"",. month'fit uy, M.Ed.. and.> I A.Information. M. CUSHl\lrAN \
a l' two places and the final outcome Is aolM f.wlian. t. r .; ,
sewerage put In we will have a new C. J l iach.ta Pink At*.,use York City.M.Y. .
4.: hotel built here. Thereare men ready awaited with general interest I'alat- ) cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA (

8 to push the enterprise' to completion' ka TimesHerald.The best for

without delay TM Bowels, "" " " "" "

........ . .. location of the State
-- - UniversityIs _. ,
_.1._.._....._. ____- -- --- --
creating eonnlderable discussion
.: throughout the State U4ln.*svltl" OP

and Lake City are In the lead and c+rtCV CATrMllrlp
lli; 1,. at Aibury Park, N, J? July 3d to 7th ; either, place would make an excellent Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.
ri h will draw together the most Influential location. But as Gainesville i. the
educators of the world. --
----- .-. more central location and possesses rVMunt.. h1 ."'. Pow Tat. EXPRESS l'UEP AW. HutV . . . nnndn flood. *-Jngn Free-Not Prepaid.<<
-- - other desirable it I if ,
quality tVf..rNiel.l W..k.a.rliripe. N
f a every ..U !. bilk.. ) B The fckbtot le.....W.. .pv r Full tju Meaturc. 4 Q,.. S Qtn. I IS Qts.
Jacksonville' don't care to have the more than probable that it will bet located O._.....4. |o taro. nasals... rear_.y back p.d OCOk nuntlDir Club Rye .,.....It 65 94 00 g 7 00 Rye Ula.slam\Corn Per Gallon:
University' located In that city. If there Gainesville( I Is all right .t.rUa. R m.dy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. .. Nelson Counts RT.... .. S BO 4 Zft T BOMonogram is.U IVr Gallon-uood rrade.

c l 1 they had wanted It, long before this anyway,-Macalenny Standard. mUlL SALE TEN MH.UUIIOIES Rre ....... ... S X to goo Rye Gin. Corn. Rum. Floe qualltr. k
'2.IIoI'erUalIoD' "
the foundation would have been laid' Hann44" Rr......... J TS A 00 9 to Rye Gin Corn. Rum. lie** for: the money.

t and the building been started Gainesville fs an Ideal place from Halt 8ool.JDrops..4W WbUkcr............ In..etc ADO Jtro.11110' 44" Rre IVacb SJ.UO and Per Apple Gallon Brandr.: Mellow l

:. .'.:_::--'..---. ...- I every point of view for the location of Peach ttrandr'. ..... ...... tn .sou BM ed' by mire.

In mIDI portions of Florida the the new University of Florida. The FOLEY'SHONEYuiTAR Apple Itrand, ........... In..* 00 Abu Victoria Ky.. Nero Social.Per Drops Gallon Rye.: MedicIna '1

r ''pt: melon growers report excellent crop, place Is physically and morally clean HoUaodtila ...... ... .... S CO till 7 2& quality, '

Y' the yield and quality being all that and for a long time the people of the North' Carolina ... 1M., ft oo BM 7 LEUP ST. LOUIS BEER. PerXtas.Falataff t
Noun\&tnCore. ... oo 00 Steer... .... .. ..... .. . . .. ..........1.'
S 75
could be akrd. All that Is needed Is place have had an ambition to make it Jamaica Rum. .....Cora... ... S MI 4 S OO r 9 V RxtraPkie .. .. ........,. ....... .. ......... 100 Si
low rates for shipment to the markets an Intellectual center. If members of Mmifom Hum ... .. '". Tb' ft u> ana T is Standard.... ....... ... .. ........ ....... too ,";'
Drape Itnixtr. .-....... .. 1 74 S M) ) 0 M Malt extra dark .............. ..... .. ....,. roe
and the melon crop of this State! will the board having the location of the Mine of K.fjr. Bourtxoa a 71 S oo 9 KOAM Oobunter.Imported .... .. .. .. ......., 1 00
Haa Ale. i4nu. .. .......... ..... ....... s Sfi S
be a winner. University hand will but pay attention The >rtai oi Allowed OB All Good ot Sam ;;
erlgtail .
._____ n.__ _. Prte. o..toS&oul..Piau. ......... S fib 1 '"
-.--- -. .- -----.- to the demands of the people Instead Price II, the bbL on appUoauo.

t..Y. Tb. tHat. of "Florida education (U In of the will of politicians-put LAXATIVE cough reaidy.TB l1&-tl VV 8 V x1T. r 'I

i a condition today that was never. ..1..rl.uotod their ears to the ground and listen .r."uln.rOLltra iunMiT. HAIMIME BROS. JACKSO'VILLE.FL.:&_ ..

{ b.foNt-dI.ebar.PCt pro:**- they will easily learn that Gainesville UONEY.nd TAR to taTlts _, - ,, :,

sots of the* defunct tUal colleges are Is the flr t choice of the people of the a >w pAekatre, Refuse ev........... fAat. OaAKAM. President H. E. TAYU, Cashier ,;; \\
c( seeking employment In the academies whole St.-I'.I.t.. News. Qao. W, HR_. Viee-President LKX GRAHAM
Asst. Cashier
. Prepared nly bf ,
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and .
common schools of nearly all the .
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hNy .. -....'. OhIO.R+sI
counties.-Hartow Keeord. Th. demand for residences still continues

& --.- -- --.-' in this city and carpenters' are. for" Hale bj J. W. XcCellesa A fe THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

r The lAd I,,' 110m. Journal has had busy all th. time. A dostn or more .

t free advertising than five or sit room cottages would be
more : any other MEMAMOWOMIM.Cw OF G.A.INmSVTT.LE.: : : t
publication In the United States and it ready renters at good prices. t tua Bl*a** SOT' Mat ral4tarklt
r I rSe.e
furnishes the cheapest trash of of t.rI.U.a. car .kwaU..
caw.1Oe. .. ....aaw..e BANK IN ALACHUA CO rCapital
the dollar monthlies at the posttest I IWaTa or OHIO. CITY orTuti) >o, ( e.s ,sta.

time. It U was. nol for the printers' LvcAf Corirrf. ( II ,hIM b al..wa.....avmMlt .$50.000 00

aDd engravers. art, there would nr; b* Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he v.a.a. Mel SS 5i 155 ,

( moth to the poblteatlon.y I It senior partner of the firm of F, J. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30,000 00H.X.TATLOB.OsuMs
Ghetey' Co., doing .buainess ,in the Un.M, asst M ..getM.u. ;
; w .. .. ,.. ___ Doee ._..... a Saatlat Maser.
,.. wilt i
Grant was unknown and diseouV* city of Toledo. Bounty red 1"" Bute afore. ... __It" t.emtlw ta u to u. aaak b 1M..... a.e.ll

y fed a.* forty a hero sad a presided* aid, and that said tint. will pay the .. -'aI N.aatemea .u b.- ,.a IawntsOsw 5
.t forty-....". Lincoln went Into: ttt* for esth .t.,' .ry ascot catarrh that PATENTS ' - . )*.
t ., White Uou*). at Hfty-two Taylor bei MO"rt r vui.*l by the cap nf 114'1.| -
'p Iran to b. a strenuous president at Ca'.''''' jrr. FRAIOC J. CIIKNCV. a

+ ixly&rs. Washington fathered. his I tn lieu: _....'.o... me aid rabeertbvd .. == mLLJ1'IAJID B. F. JORDAN
my tr i>e this' 6th day of 0.I1Ib4tr. *. .d
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it 4 : country while In the fortlM and fifties M M -aa l.b'evtw. -
A, I). IK** -. ,
3N and became chief magistrate at aft,- (:Saki). A. W. GLEASON, Padw .....rt tll rirl.L.LoouNTR4t........- -- M.A.r ACct'/DY Hf
..?.a. Benjamin Franklin did Ms JOTA( .T Pvuo.11aR's . v.. .. ...,.,.... !JIB OLDEST *

toM penile "" .. after he was. "'. Oatarra. Osrre .. taken ,Inter -.--tdd--"" ...IrO?P ail w to de.lr4
1 eDt So taniples eoold be malt.. sally and use direetfy nti the bJood -e-l.rr. 1..... .... axe BEST COM INSURANCE
i and mn atM ..rt.... 01 the '1'''.. wa .. 0.
$ plied Indefinitely.{ In the United Send for ie.tlsa t\-1i. rre. Puma

State* ik.... today, Out of the niswty. 1". J. CHENEYACO..Toledo.' O.
N BoM' try *U dracfists. 76.
members, more than a e or. will nab GASNOW
r Take Hall's
Family Pill for eoastN
t car tt'rg '..v.nty years IB .<. before 1W7. '- patio t fO"Tt" CLOCK GAINESVILLE ; i


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rIY: EWS ( ?i All t'r" --- CANADIANS VISIT KING. --- lliii

1RTs OF FLORKJABriil Welcomed to England and Wlf by. Their Ruler

Windsor June 20.-KIn$ Edwardand

Queen Alexandria gave a hearty
Happenings From Various .
w Y welcome thU afternoon to 10j; Canadian
Sections of State. women and the 175 members

-----,- of the Canadian manufacturers' association Food to work ill
'" '. THE MOST who arrived from Montreal and
JITANT EVENTS I on is food to live
I '!s I'Transpiri Quebec and whose presence nt Windsor .
Castle vas command"l for today. I
n he Land of Flowers." on.
Thin' The patty was met by carriage; provided I
; Boiled/ Down" to Suit the by the king; and was, shown' the'

Iff'',Reader-Items of Interest tot'Classes. Victoria mauseoleum and othiT nlglitn.' A man works to
The,, visitors were then reciUtxl on the '
'I east terrace of the castle by their live. He must live "'

Pierce wi'l'! have a new ice plant majesties, the king saying; so that all '
to work
et U5.00u could hear:

Jacksonville will do things properly "Welcome to England.
-en the 4th of July. "Welcome to Windsor! He does both

"I hope you will all enjoy your visitto
Mrs. Sarah Henry is dead at Lake I better
the old country, onUneeda
h4 City aged b6> years. t .
The visitors then sang the national
n ar Ocala will have.the greatest Fourth anthem.

of July celebration) e'er."elt Kerosene E. lal". Biscuit,

j '\ Palm Beach i.i taking steps to Absolutely 'the safest and most economical i Huge Task.

1 Create a special) tax school district. power now on the market. All It wa a huge task *o undertake the the soda cracker

The water from Punta Gorda's arteSian sites-\% to 20 horse power. Write for cure of such a bad case of kidney disease that contains in

well)) is said to possess medicinal prices. a* that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee the '

qualities, This engine is not a "Jack at alltrades" la., but Electric !Hitter* did It.
with dynamo or batteries and most properly balanced -
He write "My kidneys wr so far
:Many of the fruit growers In Dade sundry triggers to keep you "puzzled,"
county contemplate putting in irrigation but it IS a "Cracker Jack" to do your I gone, I could not sit.on a chair without proportionsa
work, and no mistake. Sold under full cushion; and suffered!' from dreadful
plant. guarantee or your money back. Simplicity backache, headache and deprevsion.' greater amountof
The Masonic crier of Titusville If to itself.
In Electric Bitter, however, 1 found a
have a baildin of its own for a lodge GEO. W. MOYERS i cure, and by them was restored! H' ptor. nutriment than
room and parlors. I feet health. I recommend this treat
'i Fernandina is steadily improving KaloesvUle, Floridado II tonic medicine to all with weak' Iolt.!. any food made
----I n1"71.1\'tr; or stomach. Guaranteedby
and is one of the bet towns In the all 60c. from flour. '
druggists ; price
onetime considerably
so, injuring
State for business, size considered.
the jailor Mr. 8app. D.f........
Panta Gorda would give a steam
Walter Farrell killed William Gandy "waa tbe
"What, asked the youth
V laundry considerable business, should
Saturday by cutting his throat. The happiest' moment of your life'"
some hustler open up business there.Z .
report is that'the men were engagedin /: "The happiest moment of my life
A. Leggett, serving a ten years' boring a well near Madison, when answered the sage of Bagevllls, "I* yet
for W. J. Collins "
sentence murdering
to come.
Farrell accused Gandy of spitting on
has been set free by the board of pardons. him. Gandy replied that It was unin 'When do yon expect it?" queried the A

i 1, tentional. After they had quit work Inquisitive youngster.
"When people cease to ask tool question
At the State Epworth League Conrtntion -
Farrell approached Gandy from behind .
r *. replied the philosophy dispenser.Chicago .
held in Madison last week and drew a knife across his throat. New

Rev. Frederick Pasco was elected pres Farrell escaped.In .

ident. the criminal court at DeLand the Rlarht Row. 5' +t4t
Rail Bass of Kleaimmee, shipped a Daytona liquor dealers pleaded guilty After all, what'a the use? No mat-

solid trainload of cattle to Tampa for and were fined as follow : 8. E. Morris ter bow bard we may flgtot, we lose In -
the end no matter bow much we may I
the Cabin market. The whole lot was ;
and Thus. H. Keating $250 and cost
seemingly: conquer: In the end we are
I, for beef. each or six months; L. D. Armstrong
matter how '
4' wretchedly beaten; no NATIONAL BISCUIT, : COMPANYJJfm'l
i+ Work has been commenced on the $50 and costs or six months; Charles much we are la the public eye within

"t new depot of the Seaboard Air Line at Williams, $15 and cost or six month ; I two weeks after oar death we are too

y Tallahassee. It will be an up-to-date George H. Matthews, $150 and coat or dead to be talked about. There 1*

r building. six month. ; W. F. Gillie. Jr., f 150 and : only: one time In the world and that t*

Gen. Qllehrlst gave a city[ block to cost or six month ; Henry Hamilton, DOW.-Lawrence (Kan.) World.Lilt .

the county school board for the location'ot colored of Midway, Daytona, $75 and ffrgtl
n.'t, a.a.. .1
c a.cb ol house at .Are dla. A costs or six month ; Geo. Steadhouse. Head of Fort,* n *''Trade OfflceWhere Graham crackers
o good act, Mr. President. J" Ormond, sentence suspended during .
would you prefer to go aa our
Batter This Biscuit
v' After an absence oC two years. Penman good behavior.. ..__ agent Young Traveler-Well. If poe- .
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Johnson an escaped convict was That Tired Feeling.If alble where tIle native are Ye tarSaJl&. Social Tea Biscuit
Sheriff Poppell -New Yorker.Acute.
captured by Deputy
y and returned to Tallahassee. you are languid depref'f'dIDe.ap- I I Lemon Soaps
able for *urk. Jl Indicate that your Rheumatism.
Cbas. Jefferson hag been elected liver Ie I ont of order, l14'rbllle.11I assist Deep tearing or wrenching .palris, (lC.euiontd .

president of the West Palm Beach nature to throw off headaches, by getting wt through, worn

Electric and Ice Company 'tn place of rheumatism and ailment akin to tierTousness when at rest, or on flm moving the

his father the late Joseph Jefferson.N. and restore the energies and limbs, and In cold or damp weather' i,

.Smith Sr., of West Lake fell out vitality of sound and perfect health.J. cured quickly by Mallard's' Snow,: 1.1111.I Iment.

/ of bit home a few days ago and seriously J, Habbard. Tempi, Texas write j Oscar Oleson Glbov Cily III.. r

Injured his back and neck.' The "I have need Heroine for the past two writes, Feb. 10, 1003 "A year ago 1

i cause of the undue haste It not known. years. It has done me more pr od than wa troubled with a pain In my back ...
Supt. K. E. Hall of the Dade county all the doctor. It I. the best medicine It soon cot so bad I eould nut t bend .c1. 1O7II "
ever made'fnr enllls and fever. over. One bottle rot Ballard'* Know
schools will issue in September then Me. hold by W. M. Johnson.. Liniment cored me," Bold by \V. MJohnson. i.
; first number of a magazine to be published -

monthly In the interest of the General' Synod of Lutheran.. P' .__ . .- _.. ,_ :II:. IE1. ]J U TTObr&3CO.E3A.srEEEs .
Dade county I hool.. .
ritleburg June 20.; -The fourth LOW RATES
,' The Volusia County Record ii, to day's session of the general synod ol

r have a new building .reeted in the the Evangelical Lutheran church la FOR
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near future. It will be the property of America convened today with devotional :

It 8. Frevatt proprietor of that paper exercise Notwithstanding the Special : OccasionsVIA

.. and an ornament to DeLand. warm weather today all the 240 delegate
were la their aeata. The lItb Do a r..."l taftkta. *>....***...., ...! ..f U Punts B ... Do )h.. R. J. House', living: just North Mi..4M.M of ........ b.....r*..arp.r.iltHM.r.n n. ..r.k.*Mi...4 ekrfHi
biennial report of the board of church ... ,. .... .i.ldar .
SOUTHERN _I.M oa"or.DI. Mrs Ut ."' .0 e9IM. *o ee sJI 1ft.
I i; of Bonaventure, about three mile extension shows for the two year cad- RY ......II.te,. ..... tae tllilJM4 ........ a,
of Rockledge committed suicide .
south ,
lag April) SO, last the total receipt TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST.
Sunday morning by shooting her .
were 14C,14, aa Increase over 103
self. Inflicting a wound In the temple of 112,120. The total aeta were |41Mi. /- JatkseatlllePilOa.. .. as., 7.U p. at G..A.JN"ESV-Xr..LE.I irr.ojR.TiTHE ) A
' and In the left side of the abdo -
one Dosing the biennium fifty-two ) .... -. -, _.. .. . .. .. ... . . .. ,- .... ..-
hu.bsndand 'U. Baltimore. and
.'r men. Her one son tar churches were aided by loan wad 203received : $ return
vice. her. No cause It known for the Ticket oo sal.. July 1, :2, 3,4. limited-
donation To amount
raised July 15. Call t>. extended in August EVERETT HOTEL
: ? ; deed. by the tweatjr-flve,ayaode la ,the past 81/1006. Ktopoote.1 Washington. ,

The sheriff of Bradford has received year wa* "'.'l1I. which was ,1J.UjIMa St.6O Atbory Park K. J.. and ,..
;, from the Governor tbe warrant for the than the apportionment. torn via Kew York with atop-over* at 235 "W. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE, FJXH.IIIA.Vatrail ,4.

hanging; of Alex: Webster on J'ullllt Washington. Baltimore. Itilladelphla
and Nw. York, Ticket* sale June
\, ,at Stark Webster.* convicted at Tclephene Device of Satan.ladlaaapoUa 39.80. July 1.2. either via' New York ( ; heated), ...,, repaired aad .......w. 5.wly" f-ml.fce4.Flaa. .
Ir.*, last fall' term of court of killing a negro Jane 20-.-$'%. national or direst limited July KXn. Can be Carvpaa .
preaehef at Graham about four conference of tee Otd German Baptist exteaded to August II. J8CJO..

yean ago in a dispute. His aame baa *, which has been la ....aloe at I {3'2.80 Buffalo, X. Y.&ad return. :8:. :nILA.SO: Pro-pri.e"bnr
j-: bea In the papers several time for, Flora for the hat. fOOT days, adopted 'Twaeta on ele Joly .. P.- 1O. 'llmlttd .
July Ifttb. Ktteaioa be deooali' to .. _. .. . - ___ -_. _oJ
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and a reeoiatlea ordering all tae
making to
breaking jail attempt member
.. 19>A. Wahlagtoa
A.. 4. Mtop-oeer* at -
of the eaarca to 6t* oatla.a the Itelllmore aatf J'UJad.lpbla'
------- 6. S. MERCHANT & GO.
PROVEN. use of the tle ooee. TJaet'W... a lag sad reiarnlag.
u A bag dlscvaetoa.. .la which It was argvedtfeai I d

'ld ...... -- Ibb. ..4 atty.4l .. Use l".pboa. la a derte of a taa, TWO BMa Dilly Weit Retailer sat!Jobber la ,

... 'r..... that It makes people ,lazy and that
dea1 ern
.. Leave JacaseafUle 7i4a..-.. 7iM ..M
1', 11 tb.e. Ie 1M *t1ctt. d.sbt 1. t ottsiada there 1* ao warraat la deri tvre for ftO.40 LoaUvllle/.. and ret era.Ttcaete Staple and Fancy Groceries
b ...
or tlw&r any.u.t that. brats Ie e.ap.tiN---b Ib.1 1U .- tae ale Jaly _. so, limitedAeroet ,

.alit ,..... .-. ate4 with tb.s to. 1KB. I
ts.t that s Cure* 014.aaonlaad. Sore.
.,.. --=a_ IIIoaM to tits w..kV than .ll.a Kaeivllle.Teaa relara.Tleaete min, 8vrsfM dud F'rf1Nzero.I .
Jt art toe aptxrnt. ta air, 1s..rtIY.refsre \\'.. Kaa., fay 1, 1900.Dellard oo sale. July i. S, It. lit WCft, /
tact 1M ..h P atfas ..tro. How u....., Co.* Tact .limited 1*d.,.. Kitevslon bj ......', toOTH BIDE 0QOARC. I s t OAtMCaYILUE. rwICJD4
a.l.a... Ie tae d..rrrctt+. .t Ikke seeeahiefY .Ud- Bavow. Ual... eared atll H.,.. IW>. 145.6.Ih.u aDd other PM....
... aft II. eseeea'taTh 'ae sp4I & aa eorertMta Illgaeet mantel ,.rift paid ftf r Calaea. KIM ,
.. )1'.111.. T.... aa4 .
a a. W'tile relara.Ticket
,a" ,
aaer.a aide of aia that ..
lit sae .... ., try was ,po e4 oet aale J elf 2,li.4 JMO. Hashed (
..CId.Ie .d W lbe s-........ a .....,. Ta. seer srae Mabttoraaad 14 day. Kxteaefcw by d.pm4i. aatU -, A Complete stork ., Hay Corn bay rVrar, e,*.. Meal, Ooitoa lIoM4tat
wbMk ea_ ...w-.......... ...... net yield to &I'M.....,. aatil 0e* 10. IS**. aad Bre.. W. Isan4..ali/'tb. VXJIY BUTT cood at taa LOW a
+ ....... wets f1 was. 1 tried Baoef U......., waloa did mate Can. JI4InIee a U cart tort ".'aa. aMl/cMfaateo: / _____too al
orI'Id .. ntMItftwt.. -'n.m'y 04 the ...k la ..b.or ...... My sister .U Tdg ear reeenrtilaaw at>.d detailed r 00.- ,... .''''- .. .,,-,.- .. ,.,- .....__<< ...
.:&u.tC... ,.... ....... ... ..---- II... Aoakia J. Cr... AJle .* u.! ikfnaatlo. ....,..., f araieaed f
.... w 1.+4 ,.".. .1IIt& 1IIf. .. MJOa Oe.. ..... ... a wore wad .*.. .,.. aae>tteat.... HM8* er asAee
....... ,." ..... t4 lb. H- 0... that It U a aural. fisaaa eead JOI free* ., ..... .* 73.. Advertise in THE
b.alas b.iUtv: hold t7 w.Z.Jolts.toe. J :;:O.IC. DWt et rt!$PMs.g r........ SUNM
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: i! PRACTJC LPAPER' ''I Borne' Japanese a1,, .....mirror. Q..t7'are. supposed Air i e ) ilwa'f

to, poetess a magic quality which has :' '
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HANGER rendered them objects of superstitious 'f.I'-,.,

reverence for centuries, and Inn fact. , .. .... P t''
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It baa, even- puzzled modern science nota r.t. 5'
House Painting little. When a strong beam of light Columbia'Ga''
and Decorating. .1s so reflected from one of them as to Savannah, ;i de ?, Souf.Pines ern

be thrown upon a screen there appears ,
Brow. House Corner, (6lAevIlle/FU. upon the screen an Image in delicate. Raleigh Richmond sh:1n4 -
tracery perfectly reproducing the pat- ; t. J
tern engraved in relief on the back of "
Full line of Paints and Wall Paper the mirror, which, of course. Is altogether '}:' ton Baltimore r RHjIadelphia fi!
In stock ,at lowest prices to the_trade. bidden from the light Inasmuch ,Y. :

as the face of the mirror presentsa '
surface that is smooth apparently :': ' New York '
w perfectly j/
.; : '! ean. Control.. I I :
York the for this phenome
New June 20. -Dr. Salvador !.
DOn Is difficult to find. Ita cause how I
I f ; A. Fratto. consul of Argentina; at. St. ( )
ever, Is simple enough. 'The .prelimi Three Elegant Trains Daily. ,. t
) Louie, has gone to Washington where
. nary operation of polishing the face : '
he expects to meet President Roosevelt consists In scoring the cast disk with a "" "' ,

, for the purpose of discussing thegreater sharp tool la every direction. Seaboard :Florida LiP1it ,4. "" :"

American control and financial Tbe thicker portions, where the ornamentation ;

:! representation In the South 'American In relief is on the back .:
:to republic., Dr. 'Pratto Is authority for the offer more resistance, and the result faa Seaboard Express. ;

.?. statement that there are Invested In corresponding Inequality of the polished .
, Argentina $1,500.000.000 of English surface. 'Thin Inequality Is not Mail. .
sufficiently marked to be visible to the Seaboard
r capital while .the American Investments .
: 4 amount to about $20,000,000. Alack naked eye but it Is enough to turn the !
rays of light and thus tbe pattern of '
I et i of the Initiative on the. part of the engraving on tbe back Is reproduced MODERN PULLMAN, :
t the United States in cultivating this EQUIP1ENT
) on the screen In the manner describ 'I' '
I ,'\ rich field for Investment declare Dr.
. ... Pratto, Is responsible tor the practical I I ed. These BO called magic mirrors are The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED ts n solid 'vestibuled train, composed . :
valued that sell from
) so highly they exclusively) of new Pullman eqalpmen-DiD'n& Oar Double Drawing-
::. I; ; monopoly held by the English. I ten to twenty times the price paid for Room Sleepers Stateroom and Observation Car*-operating between St. Aagaitiae -.';."R\

ordinary ones.A and Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine. ? r
Miraculous Escape, of Baby. I 12:10: p. m. and Jacksonville 1:20 daily except Sundays. .
Western W. Va., June.20.-An entireaassnger Pee.llarltr.t Gho l.. 4 )1'R
train passed over 2-year-old I Scientific personages as well as the '
Only Operating ;
Sterling Teney and he still lives but rest of us have always been puzzled by : :

will be maimed for life. The child i the degeneration, of the dead both In Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to t1IiwOtl:; IaI s .C
4 taste and In Intellectual power. No .
WM playing on the railroad track i
matter how fastidious a man have
near the home of his father. Homer been during his lifetime, be Is no sooner For full Information and sleeper' reservations call on any agent Seaboard or
Tenny, at Alton when the passenger dead than be develops a marked partiality write A. O. MAcDONELL 8. CVBOYLdTOS Jn.
train came along. The little fellow's for back room* up two flights Ant. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,

body was so small that It escaped the of greasy rickety stairs in disreputable JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 3
t pilot firebox and all the trucks, but tenements. Ills favorite environmentIs

his right arm fell upon the rail and now dirt and squalor, and hU fa-

was cut off at the elbow. lie did not vorite companions are the Ignorant and SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Effective
: receive another scratch. the half wlttixl. The nature of the .

I next world, the aching secret which
May 28,
Two Chinamen Enter Weat PoInt. the human race through all ages has
,: eaten Its heart out to know Is Ignored
West Point N. Y., June 20.-I r by these modern ghosts In favor of 2 Vestibule' Trains East >o. 84o.. 20 ;North and West. No. IS
the first time In the history 'of the
; military academy representatives shoestring/ which they happened to Ly Jaek'OJlilIe. .So. Rf 9104' 7 55p 114' Jacksonville !'la.. ,So H,. 7 45pLvJesup
!j of leave In the corner of an old desk and . . .80. Ry1140a1040p LvJesup. Ga. . . . . ,So. Ry. 10 SOp
: the Chinese empire were admitted as which they beseech us to go and find. Lv Savannah. . .So.R, 120p 1216a Ar bcon..n..80.R,. 800a
cadets In the Institution. The two Chljigo. Tribune. Ar Columbia .80. Ry B 55p 6 (JIAr Atlanta G. . . . .80. RJ. Ii 20a
i young Chinamen Ting CLIa Chen and ArCharloUe . .80. R,1021'1p 9Ma ArRome.O.. . . . . .80. R,. 780a
: Ylnic lining Wen wIt: Luis Kagran of Will Cure Consumption Ar Greensboru. .Ho. Ry 113a l2l\lp\ Arleleon. Ga. . . . . .So. R,. Ii 26a
Honduras and F. Thomas Plaza of Ec ArDanvlllrSI..Ry 221" 210p ArChattanooga Tenn.S.Ry 94ba
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writeit'Foley's Ar Rehmond. . .So. R1 6 Ma 6.lp: Ar Le.inaton, Ky . . .Q sir O. Ii 20pArLynehburg
uador, under special I act of congress ArCineinnnti,0. . . .Q &:0. 7fOp
Honey and Tar Is the belt
. R
will receive Instructions with the class So y 434a 42Up:! 4
preparation for coughs, colds and long ArCharlottesv111eSolt, 8l8a6 lOp LvCincinnati. 0.Btglout 840p
of lib candidates who were receivedas : Ar Chieago. . . Big Four 710&
trouble; I know that it hacured consumption Ar W..hinJr'on... .80 H1 950a 950p !!! ::
cadets. Youneve Ar nahlmore. .P. R. R. 1130a ll2lip Lv Ctncinnaii 0. . . Pa Lines 85p
: In the flat stages/ :,
Ar "". Ph'del'la P. R. H. 1.&p 286a Ar Chiea o. 111. . . Pa Lines 710t ib
n beard of anyone using Foley's Ar New York . .P. R. R. 4 lap 8 80a
'r Cured of Brlght's Disease.Qeo. L. CloC'toDat.I, . .0. tI. sir J>. 8.6pN
Honey and Tar and not being satisfied ArChicago.III. . . .Motion 723a
A. Sherman Lisbon Red Mills J. W. MeCollum Co. o. 8'-"N ew Y 0'k and Florida Ex.
Lawrenoe county N, Y., writes : "I pr...." Dally Pullman Drawing Room J.y OlnOlona". 0..C. H. D. g 46p
Si'I Sleeping Car Port Tampa aDd Jsekson Ar Toledo 0 . . .C. H. R: D. Ii 20t
had kidney disease for many years and yUle to New York. Ar Detroit M leh. . . . .P. :M.: 72s

had been treated by physicians for ;r No. So-"Walhlnaton and Florida Ly Cincinnati 0. . . Pa Lines 8 a>pLlml&.d.
twelve had taken well known
years ; a ." Daily PullmanDrawing ArPitttborgPaPaLines 3Ma
< kidney medicine and other remedies RooD Sleeping Car Jaebonyllle to Ly Cincinnati, 0. . Big Four g80p
{ that were recommended but got no relief New York. Ar Cleveland. . . .BilFoor 843&L"

until I began using Foley's Kidney i Lexington K,. . . .80. R,. IiThrelifrb
: Cure, The first half bottle relievedme 5DlwmWlORCE "Tbe Land .t the Hk1" 1.. SO Ar Louisville. K' . . .So.'Ry. 8lOp
Ar Se. Louie. Mo . . .So. Ry. 782a
and four bottles have cured me of L. Jacksonville Fla . ,So. Ry 7 Mp

i this terrible disease Before I began' Because they are the best!' L" Savannah, 0. .. -..... .. .So. Ky 1216& Ar Ar Blrmlngb'am Anniston Ala, Ala.. : : : ::80 80: R it y,: 1145.a dOs L'
i Ar Columbia 8. 0. .Bo. Ry 600e
taking Foley's Kidney Cure I.had to
Ar Memphis. TeoD. . . .Frisco
in the land for the money Ar Asheville, N. 0. . . .80. Ry 150p 8 Oiip
make wales about every fifteen tnln . Ar Kaneu City, Mo . .. Frl.--.
; Ar hot Spnng.. N. 0, So. By 217p
1 u'.., day and night, and passed a Ask you dealer for the Ar Knoxville, Tenn. . .So. Ry 8001' Memphis, TeDn, . . . . . . 8 SOp
L briok>dust substance, and sometimes a "Sunny Jim" Shoe and in- ArLoolevllle. . . . .80. R1 8&0& HO'8prtnll1'.A'k.' .. . . . . . 920.
slimy sutwtance. I believe I would sist Ar 8& Lool.. . . . .80. R, 4 58p No. IS-"The Florida Llml-.d. '
htv died if I had not taken Fuley'sKidney on getting Ar Cinelnesti . . . Q. A: O. 815& Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
Cure." J, W. MeCollum A Co. ---- day coaches and Pullman Sleeping
.._ u' _ . No. 8O-D.I.. Pullman Drawing Can JaeklODyllle to CloeIDDa'l.
i b Private Ownership Best. The Florida Room aDd Botlet Sleeping Car between No 19-Pullman Drawing Room a
JacklOnyllIe and CInolonal.
Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville s H
New: York June 20.-Janies DalrynvpU ;
< of UlaftKow, Fruit and Truck Grower Colorado Memphis, Kansas City
authority on municipal Euellht Dla.... Car Service. and 8prlnRII.
ownership who came to this
country to study conditions In various ARRIVALS AT J'ACKSONVILLE.
L. J. IIRUMltY, Edits and Propr,
cltltt where the subject baa been agt> OCA LA FLA, From New York, Washington eCO.-No. :N, "W&lbIDlton and Florida '
; 1 tiled guns to Montreal tonight Hehft Ited" 8:0> a. m.
vUlted New York. liuffalo. Chicago. From New York, Washington e'c.-No. U. "WalhID ton aDd Florida Egpros. .
..' One Tear . .....? ......... ,..'1.00 .." 8290 p. m. $
rttlladelphla, Minneapolis.! and St. Paul Cleveland. Single ovpif .,.to.. ..... .. 10 From Cincinnati Asheville, Ite.-No. 29. "Walbinlton. aDd Florida LlmItf'd.-
; Washington. 1 1 Itf'd." 8O> ..m. ;
came to this country a believer\ In pub From CAleago Clneinoali Atlanta, e&e.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited" gS a. m. .,
lie ownerahtp hi said "but after a
; utility\ of the situation here I am A handsomely Illustrated magaslne J. C. LOS[, District Passenger Agent, 10$ W. Bay ML, Jaebentll, na. W\\

forced to bellrce that private ownership devoted especially to the interest 01 8. H. JUao"tCE, P.T. N. W. H. TAY1.O..O. P. A. 80011 Motoa!u. A.O. P. A.
I! the fruit and vegetable growers o.
) underproper conditions U better Florida.A .
, for the American cities" special trial subscription of sis
-- months will be tent on' receipt of 9eenta.
Report Not Ready. Stamps takes.AUCHUA .

s ]I New York June JO.-ITIvate advices . .. Fay-Sholes
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received from Albany today Indicate

that 8ut>.rlntendent Hendilck's reportof COUNTY,

his InvestlRation of the Bqultable
} society will not be completed. for several Alaehua eoanty ls 806.400 aeres In Typewriter
day+. Mr. Hendricks was not area, hat 248 miles railroad, 900
miles rued. M poatoffleee
\ t I I hero today but Assistant Deputy Sue 123 publra school, 77 phosphate
: .rhltif'od.nt Vaaderpool was at the plants, :VO saw mllle. 175. 00 courthouse \ JiCK>OnLEIHED
: .. ,. 13aullal once Comptroller T. IX live Wlpapen. and pro. THE BESTX.1C'JIIJE .
] R Jordan waa seat far. dOC!. corn, cotton ties eager
I ( oats rye, potato**. plncapplee, or- OX tHE JIABKET
: )
angel peaches, pears, ploma pecans .
.a Victim of Joke Kllla Self. and all kinds of veg tabl... Has Tabulatory'
$ Milwaukee\! Jun. SO.-Worry over UnlvrltSAl KfTOOARD I ) I OH

the loss of pay tickets Intnuted to his GainesYille the County Seal. Every Machine.UghUel '
care by hU employer and which were ,

taken as Joke, caused Charles lias fourteen eh.rchee, two pablieehools
' I WhaitJt aged $5 years, to commit sul- the East Florida Seminary, Shift I Lightest Running! The

fr : I i kids by hanging himself. ptivtte.ehoola three ewspepr CKampkm Speed Writers of the World 3
lend the
United Slates efOee, bee
S Use the
t. Fay-8hole. in
I No Secret About It. wets fire alarm system, elMtrie
. : and gs llghu .two lee tMloriee. nee ia ftalnetville. than other
' ,I 'II no ...,., that for ., barns. machine shops three wood facto any s tM

: ,. al snteveraorei.ror.eyeaboitseie..: flea' cotton ala! ,two moss faairlee. ,

-? ', lIo ng U so effective! *e B ekins. Arulcs three nUroeds.twof.rttila.rmu.. one Shot! For Sale by. . i"
utactoriBg eoe.alM.
&Iy.) "h didn't take. long to
r mnufa iory. one reetifjlnx tart -
", cure bd sore I had and it &U all O. K. > .. ,.1.....Iwo banks, and well THE SON Gain esville Fla.
\ A for *4r* .fwot.** writes D. L. Orvgury or stocked stores) embmeUe every :
ticpt' Tvx 310 atalldrucator**. thing in the commercial line.


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.,',' ---- John A. Sutler! ou whose- hand gold _
.fh.*., Wfe Wlat tlsltora Found {hlldeee R_ ;
first discovered In \:California
>> Greeee. ........>. That I.I.nd.Away was DuVERE H. MORRIS. .' '
I isis was always loyal to his friend Via Louisville & Nashville DR.
\;\ football, the Rugby back in the heart of Jamaicawe "During the winter of 1852: Sacramentowas

}lD81aDd, : tWill the Italy found a tiny sl'holtlhou, and having a masrth, nnd drainage diu-hcs had Railroad. . .DENTIST. . .
if' Nth.! and does its Ills- 1\ desire to visit A native school, we Just been dug." says Thomas J.:. Far-

io ancient Greece? A descended fitun, our open carriage and Uh's "GoUJ. Huntera of California." The. fotlovinp! low .round-trip rates -- -

." ,Probably not-more rnp|,.,,l upon the d x>r. "One evemng Gutter and a friend balldt'D from Jacksonville', to various points 1, Y ?

lies of'Rugby football Just then the loud clanging of a deep Indulging a little too fre My\ in the North andV..,,t will b" in fleet on Offico over Mreus Kodel. ('boa TVS rings

;,weizave t. thank }'I\r' tonctl bell In A tree neat b.r 'almoststarrletl cup and they were taking n Ktroll N'- dates shown l'rorurlionlu"lyloratt'l ', ,
us from the- Bj eps. anti then out fore retiring for the .night, when the from other
Ml.fps the Invention of point : ,
the du'h-.I a troop of cwldren) of all age friend 'Inadvertently fell Into one of the! l'u11TL.1\ JaA.CARLISLE,

:$ aOi'iJttt; Its Introduction IntoBtattu and colors complexion from a lightfeha newly dug canals, 'I cannot pull you account 1."IIO.'c" I n. (llnGo Clark: UeuUMinial"--R"h' tisO.80.I;;' ATTORNEY; AT LAW .,",

111 Rugby school wu l c' of tan to a dusky black. out said Sutt T regretfully' an he looked sold l r.Ti"kt'11I
certain dates
*41 u whefe about ir*>7. It was It was reels, we were toM by the down at his lens lucky friend 'but I :t'I.t.| 2f', with I final limit po S"y.May 23 to And Solicitor in Equity;
..'Y JMU'dfrec: result of \\lwit has pleasant faced colored man who, provedto can come down and sit with yon: And -
Jen,1, .called.the! Florentine or) TUM-UI" be the teacher! and who showed u* be did" :ski, FUXNUCO and l.OS ANCJELL'S Real Estate, Conveyancing and Gen
:: OAL -R 4VPft sl'" t Sits Tickets sold
gland which Into the schoolroom and after muchsenrching eml Practice. All business
hetn'J3 set in late lutltalllan certain datPH : promptly
iwtfjiPi>nii t li. i"
renaissance. Not oulr.&id found a ,couple of emptychairs -spath.tle Ointment. lusivw, ; Dual i BRKJOJnilt ixiday. from ,attended to. Office next door to Bun

lof )letters come over anti.#'t.'ttllt In for us to sit upon. The room An old time quack roinixMinded his date of sale, n j |;l\'Ml NUT 30DKNVEU office. OAINKAVIILK, FLORIDA..
; ;
nd'll) centers of learning and cre- was partly filled with long ttenh-. "!)'u>i>nthetie ointment" acvordlnc'to I \. jwf!'!! w1 ft-'CS I

others, but many F"!" rt>ntlu
I ':.the theory and practice of polite of them. After a shof hue the boys: of a dcd man's tied two ouo.; mnu'a Convention tff&Vtii v-f soul .Iun" :'9 to ATTORNEY AT 1iAlasvILta
e came AH well ,.Tbe game of 11.came I and ptrls troop l in to take th..lrI'U'"- grence.' one one.:; mntntnla. mnn'a bleod JuiySO, inclusive ;. ttnal' return limit

.' tQ Florence by way ofSotuethIwof toured noati!!, at the"ringing of the great of each half an one.; 1I11ISt't..1 oj'1", twen August 6. ( .. Fl.oaio,

the sort I bell In the tree. 1 ty-two nc.; oyle of roses, Uttcarnilnlck:, '
bd fig .
BUFFALO N Y.-Hste f: K>. acCount \
.among tb! e I less Important gamesIympla. As there war no class! willed we desired of each an one. Bet 61& toeether in Annual Meeting Grand Lodge Can sell your city property (lro. I'

.>, Tue principal Florentine to hear more than another this\ a mortar till 1t APflu""&vke! an ojntnient B P. O )0;. Ticket sold \:.')ly 8 to 10, proved> and unimproved), phosphate, '
d was the IMarza dl Santa Croce, smallest children were told to repent| ; keep It In a box." Then all the inclusive ; final return limit July '.'**. trucking and farming land. Head him ,s

''upon the wall of the Palazzo the alphabet. This they did while sit sick person n(4IOO"al.. the weapon TORONTO, CA AnA.1t8&f$3:>> W, a list of what you utter for iale. 2142mK. it
ting on thelrtard sentn. with which a nntn ,bad IHH>I stricken _. .
parrlgi N still to be seen the disk I account I International Kpworlh League -
which. the line dividing the Here Is their alphabet word for word This he anointed with alas ointment Convention Tickets sold June 12 to W. HAKKR. .

f ground was drawn across the open as afterward procured from a native ,. prcsixyf to the wound a.iJ,11111 well 23. inclusive ; dual return limit August

;rlqupae? The ball was of leather con lawyer for we could not understand again, or should have l been. :: :>. ATTOItNEV-AT-LA\V, '
talnlz fully p'pr01"1 as.the children pronounced N\SHV1U= ::, TSS.-ltatfJ:
: jan Inflated' bladder'and appar4entiy .r'
: them: acodiiut liutioJy. College ; bOLICirOK: IN CHANCERY. . ?
of FamineIs
: : rms the exact size, weight and Dy till
\ A la trr Avunoo, look how him School Vanderbilt liiblical Int
\j'htl; l f.the Rugby ball of today. tan; in Its like 4
K tan fu liurkra.ery bad man; t onflls. dytugof' cc\n* Tickets sold ci2Ufn dates June Alachua
M1yR ado consisted of a friendly con I" I" fu MarlnXI The unA- LLt:. \ Co., FLA.
1'urffy name sumption. progress of con July 4 ; IIl1al I limit" l opte.inbt SOKNOXVILI.K. "'" l'
etween two equal sides of play ) l&-fu Uu NO. him e>-.. ihlne like tire; Office In KtuM; \ mock
lion from te beginning to the vpry Tl-SN.-RAte *18 b5 . . ;
''i; ., scblera azzura and schKraTbe i: I* In "t."I. him live In the ferry; -- - -
,.It l' K tun fu FUJI, him play BO sweet and ..nd. is a long; torture, both to victim account Surnmer Scluuif of the 8..ulh.Tick"llI ,
nR tte4ils,,_ number of mirr\'. and frl. d..- "VW"r I had, sold certain dates dune
corisumplion J. H.
< players varied according to the size of 0 tan fu Oubnor, him live In king houiu: CV'm July 18, inclusive! : IIl1al l return limit DR. .
'the ground or tbe Importance of the -n.counter. H tan for old harbor, piece poor, like in its first stag>V writes. ty- September< 30. a

). In the Piazza dl Santa Croce hurch moue) en of Cearfoss. Md., "after tryinfereqt
For schedules ..ndif'
:' I tan for OcntlcmHn. very well bred; Jiiformntion. ; yI
:? the sides were twenty to twenty-seven J tan for John Crow him have peel head; medicines and a good: doc to'fain. to any point North ant \\Vst .all i
T' ,strong while ou the public open sports K tan for Kalaluo..weet when him blled; I at last took Dr. King's w ;;t r write ClEO K HKURINO: Flor. s s ;

t' 'ground at Peretola they totaled as L tan for I.lmard. Mm have a green tall; eovery, VMen quickly and tt ,. Passenger Agent L. i% N K R.,
0 .M Ian for Monkey, look 'pon htm face P"oc O,.r Duivoo Cos kt.ak9 Lie.. 0.lanrnl.DR .
:, each. the ; s ) West F iy 8t Jackxinvllle, his
y many as sixty Originally N tan for Kanna. him hat trim with lace; cured me 5* Prompt relief. and t''VO
players were required to be of noble or 10 tan for Elephant, look on him snout; cure for coughik; colds, ore thro! t'"
':( gentle blood or such as had gained distinction P tan for I'atcnk (owl), at night' him come bronchitis, etc. Positively) prevents"
.. and rank In the profession of I I out; pneumonia. Guaranteed a AJilIl.druRstores. UORUON ll-180N, "v1)ENTIMT.
t Q tan for Quattle piece of money), "bear Price fiOo and $l atn5iH&l &rl.1 Mat uslick .Pianos
arms. Each man bad to be of unblemished btteaie. one please;" bottle free. *
reputation and of graceful figure K tan for Katta, him tiptoe 'pon rheeae; 1 4
and possessed of accomplished man S tan for Snake him lib In the grass; -- .--.. ,--- - ,
T tan for Toad, him forward and fact;
ners. 11 tan for Uncle please tell him howdy THE SUN ,
"In addition to tbe actual NOTFP FUN Yt\\EET.\ENN AM) 1'lkl
players V tan for Vervlne, make very good tea; Office In Mt\ 1.r Law Itatbate.U.a..ILL. r
were presidents, standard bearers, W X y, I really forget; .
,+ Z, old Zebdee mending his net. JOB PRINTING TY OF TONE TOWER1IUIUH1MTT. AND ... .
judges, an umpire, paged and other Ft*

officials, all 'without reproach: worthy This! achievement caused the face of .
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of the city and courteous in manner.' the teacher to shine gloriously.-New DEPARTMENTMakes
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York Tribune. THE WEHT END, 't
The costumes of the players were ..

tight fitting drawers and tunica of lhJ' trirlnJajayM". stand* In
silk with feathered caps, all richly tpe.i.t tke 8ln.plo. Tvanel.On a Specialty of All Kinds 1t1ong.r tbft otb r.raotiirii! trd of :

embroidered in gold and sliver. Leather April 2 the first trains ran best materials l sad moat srtbuorkmati JOHN WKNAIKH, lr"|fl..0f.

r shoes were worn. The teams were divided through the Simplon tunnel. Engineer ofPlain, and Fancy klp obltlntbl. Ila-ltt W, II"",T Ja.III1OD.llle\ "..
Into four classes: Forwards. lirandail. who had directed the work Up0 d. o.v.ry
whose places were near the dividing ou the tunnel took the train In fruiu 4c.11 sad CD'.Qllal. Faust beer lx>ttln and draiiRht. Don't

line and whose. work wan. to keep' the the Italian side and reached the iron CommercialJob . fail to eall on me when In Jacksonville

ball in play; halfback, stationed behind door whit bad been erected! to !stop Sold by us continuously for f>ia,
a fli>w of hot water, and which still
the In order to
forwards return
the bull to play; three-quarter bllt'kll. kept the two sections asunder, Presently Printing OVER THIRTY YEARS IF YOU LOVE YOUR
who were strung kickers and playedstraight the train from the Hwl n end was

"on the bull and goal keepers hoard beyond the do-Jr. By weans of without ft tingle failure. If yon
tianiinerliii: the two partliMi. communicated want a piano for a lifetime WIFE DON'TROAST
at the to
placed flag or boundary,
the ball with I each other, and iu a few . .For. . service buy ,h.lVIathuahe.
stop passing.
iiklntitet the dour Whit. knovUol down HER

Hndrard Klplla mud the tunnel wn open. Mf. hose Business Men k. I

"Mr. Kipling. writes u fellow passenger mend the etiKtneiT In charge of the Prtoos as low ss I leof, >*Ut ell\ wits esallir, I ly! compelling her to bak* the family
to ( ape Town with him, "I,. a work on the HWHH! side shook Lands Cash oroo ...f i.fiu.. ".DIOD 110.).' bread during the hoi summer months, a
mall, well knit man with a finely with Air. Brandau. Band. played the Professional Men triaL w. f.t, Writ
shaped hend aud a keen, happy face, Swiss an them and the Italian royal I ImarclJ. for prt .s T )UAY. buy your IIread from

-1. fill of that nlertnew which one would The Italian bishop embraced
naturally anticipate from his writings. the Swiss bUhop.! who then ureucbol a Manufactories Etc ...Keystone Bakery...

lie has A thick browu mustache>t"y short sermon and asked tiod's blessing Ludden & Bates It's ft saving of time, work and money.
on the tunnel and all thn human goal
slightly touched with gray, and heavy Fresh llrrad |H-irrrd| Dally
will and l
l dark eyebrows and he god labor which It represents. Blanks Short Notice
always weursgold Legal on
Tide. was a dramatic and devout To all parts of the city. Also (Jah./
rimmed spectacle! He dresses hUIIIJ:1It"Dtion of Southern Music House I'lt-s and every other production of is7
a great work In which
comfortably and neatly and Is
guilty the modern. np"ta-date s
of none of those extravagant untidi the whole world U Interested. The The following letter from oils of our SAVANNAH. GA, bake shop
formal opening of the tunnel will not mail order Ct.atauneis selfiplana*
nesses usually In distinguished
by Ut fur fur f. MURPHY IU T. HAFKH, I'reprlrter KitUnliakrry. .
some months.-Youth's Coin wry JOHN, D. Mgr. ;
poets<< and artists. He did not
anlun.; LouisTllle, ):"., Feb. 37, IPfI6. . I...... IDS.
display a great deal of energy" on H. II EHTAIILINIIKU: 1N70
board. Once or twice be -- - -- -- MeCresry, .. -_..... . -" .- . . ..
eu Oslufistllle, Ha.
playing rubber quoits with Mrs. Kip Am Aid to Mmttitmmmr. Dear Hlrt Received the printing GAITHER a BRYAN, State Ag'tt,

ling. More often be was pacing the Jameshltcotub Riley says that the matter In due time, and will say that TAXl'i. FUnU.,1. Advertise! in TliP Sun.

U deck talking or sitting quietly reading. most amusing "character that ever It Is perfectly ..tllfaetotl. I Ilk. the .. .. . .. ... .
Sometimes( be wrote In the smokingroom. came within his personal observation enrelopes so much. Many thanks for - .q

." was a ffin're Roberts of [ApPn. Mlrh, your prompt attention la Oiling order Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR
_ Although the squire was, according to Yours truly,

A ...ptl.... ca........ the letter beads on his stationery, a Mas N, O. CovaTKiT.

Benator Beveridge was describing a justice of the peace, JMo msde additional <- K1IIr Bend orders to TilE BUS, ALL. EARTHLY POINTS

prwociou little girl. claims to fame that be achf'rt1Hool Gainesville. Fla.Daytona. Vie Via Via w

the showed her precocity the other ofnv> lf as the original)and only ex --. -- .. - -- -.. .-, N 111th Detest fast t a S Soath :: WP '" estJM t : a
day," he said "by a question that abe elusively matrimonial Oretna Oramagistrate. a n :=;.
asked me. .** Also Ute busy squire aonounrtd 1 ..- Jasars.vul. Lisa .

"I bad said to her In the coarse of an on his stationery that his of- Service
examination In mental arithmetic: riff was in the first National Bank Rapid Trannit Unaurpawwxl ,

How old would a person be who tJulkllnr, "or wtterrver moot t'Cm'r4'll' Time Table IB effect April Ie, IftUA.
tent to ."" .10"" and h. made the OAfNEHVILLZrr1... ?
was born In lobar further Depart For rant
.._ ___..___ .. - _____ .- .. .--- _
"*be smiled and asked! : s *frthMi that "a fin* line of high -' --.n... "

"Was the person a tags or a wow, grs brVlevmsbU and groomsmen I RThf Biach"KrnwNic. iOOpmDally High Upriogs and Inter* .Warn "
were medial PoiaM t Dally
ao" -'ftabU. oa hand to assist at I ... _ .
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the -
service Mr. Ulyada I
t ......** HI. Trip. follow( .: were at.ot.ftSoacl from the - 13 lift p a I. O ala, L..1 bn rR; aIl4Ta.p.aad 11)/o I ,. i .
bae'Ifte4Ja. rotate
central KAOM rettuirkablM Daily ,
A man In according letter bead rtrcaljited by

trovebh Sqnlr IN) ..,...: Marrlagee soJennlsmJprvmptly. 2mp.. I Palatha. Jackaoaflll. 111I pm el

-mralely and eloqveatJy. .1 Daily North, East u4 West t Daily
with his .. -Io-Mlw.. Tn wife 1'la In wri M*y, trgal fe.. It:lop..
"'- -
.....U .. .. I'
Will acrtisc for
s .
t; died. On the day of th* funeral Ue meats -ta1t1.." a Itddpta Il/gktlprlapWay.res.svsarusblfraa.wl.b' aiUam
undertaker ,,tsrt.>l to put the nan Is ............. .r herd irfk re... Dally Alba t.Alla'ala.'aIl PolaU North, East Nat J lye y ,
... .. . p
ei the same bark with bU mofli.i-Inlaw.C ".r r_'.... .......--4. r.. rates ani 7 *. C r ;1I

C Tbcmaa tali .t. Arr you agh a'el to beasked. C. A. KENNCV, Ooodall, Flm.CUI9tTlLLr . > ,1'p as : I lba s as ,
"I won't ride with br," MM ..*. koe k.l Jt., M kaaupy sad ell n '
._ . _. .. Dally i Daily
-- -
to*"'. rn-I' the spasm -- -- '
But you "Xn. re, .bet the lady wbho bad i.cW .
t taker **Tbr wtt*<-.. are all f rL"Wrtl. ".>t Arfim tram three e.&gsr, .1ds FATOBITZ r.

'! If I mot Im.." ..14 troll object to KMtrrUg pet s.. It... RUOBT.Alachua Ian: I thigh fprimc 7.2)..

wantt It wits take away an .tb. ..nly Iw fs.t that _. reaaoc get P.Q, sit),

(4e surr of tb. trtp." term.el wlttoet bating a basbasd' tkatHer es.Moaday.: l :..; ; .;.-.;. ::; : :. :.... ___;-;: ---" .. :;:: "-:-. .. KoadajrCo ?

.. .. .. w-h.i seaq ctla.'k__". ,( Ie4eagn hteaard. H.d Pool Parlors, ..." Mileage TUkcta. Rood veer 1'..0U aiUM af aoMmc aM f.tav- a .v''
Ili Mee
.1.1 railways us the BoaiAcm 8 atc ar. a. sale by the artaclfal ajoaifcTmro awl
i a.kiD earl three thing are wtr r.r.t. .....___ gJi ,. ...ea sleeper Pots Taanpa to dew Yat". via. Atlaatl ... a
-7 is baft.u- la wolf: A. au... 'n7 jv"* trrouit the attntitlsN C. 0.r*.. rrtgrie.t.Imessed u..J also via AtlaatJc COM Lies sad ltoatara hallway.
1 fee It. lOt not d. ,.. seek K It sad To ....,... "'CI8"a&I .. call .MS

t u..c hove ..,... cos J.veI. ..,. E I J. GOODWIN.. TIcket Af'al, o.J..1fk. fin

te. -W1Iat. sltst.M gtwsltua", fa the J'et1.fl' JJJoc-.. s..ia Address t '
-1*. tour' .... ** Turn tzWetlast ...... r A9K C, KOTLTTO DU. r... Agt.. WtM O, STAElC.Tr*?. ..... Alf .
A threat spM.l.l uyt fh. -r. I |.rraU C7: nra tdaatretaewtJI. 0000C l CJtta.:tad ......... ..eau.otisareM. W. Va, .".1 Also f >>.'Jdla6, Jaa. k..."Ulc. n*. 1 W-J

sleet E1e M were w sob. K 4*** ft* hi Ksjtmf tomato. Jack .; on. peb W la eetl.U7. IaU' M.ITMltJUJ'JH.Traf. Mfr., W, J ca.uo: Uett.Pus.. A**.. F

:---M feet. I Ie i J .,,-,.IJeti.tes 1"aK ud aarf* WUlslsgt.n.O.: .. *.....) O. r ,

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"dim l- R'-I THE tfulX f{, GAlNESVILtE2FLOmA.,. ., JUNE 21, 1905Mm '

,._. ,' .1'" .- ..,.--.-- --- T ___'
f (? ', ... ., .. .....
iF : f HEWS' CITY\AN .1 W:J. fenfght of Newberry. was. tradIng -J-{I f J3. O. Harvard of' Arredondo was 1 ?W

":' .OFCOUNTY In th'e'eltj yetterday (.I ,, trading the'eity yesterday. WllS

I : H.' M, Moran of ampyIU.'was a v't. 'llss-I.: Won.Gainesville t' Perry M, Colson left yesterday forpoints ,

CttDEHSED Itor to the. county capital yetterday.Lieutenant I In Taylor County on business.

I,: .' ,' .. ,J. W. Standing hat returned Circulating Attorney W. B. Broomehac.returned
I ,from a business trip to Fernaudlna' from,,Starke. where he hat been on pro.fe..lonal K

Matters of. General" ntereat'Gatti., ;- ...Library;.. business. Our Big Vail :fe:

c red by Our Repoiiers.MMMSWVSWMMMW O. O. )jtadrlck attending the meet. J. H. l one,.amerohantof Arredoa* raw

0e .. ,. ( . 'Ing ,of lie' 'State GoodRpads; Attoet- Only' the"Latent !.Pepnlar Fiction. do, was among the business( visitor, to in all
PERSONAL AND SOClAU ,ITEMS' / I thi city yesterday. ? -
QrlandorAttorney; Read of Montbrook \ .
Beofleld' received a Alexander to* ,

; What Hat Happened'and What )Going ritit, from hit father, George'H. coofield 'per SPECIAL week: snowing SUMMEB tiiree TERMS.obsnae our tea per
to Happen.Told In Short Paragraph* 'of. ll.yetterday\ Ing the .e -k. Book must not be keptoutorerooa Company; was transacting business in ,
'The 'Interior of the bankof Dutton jkCo. week vrltboat revewtna. Gainesville yeiterday. Keeps( Us Bus ( r:
; ,
So, That' "H: Who Runt,May Bead"' S ,
;.it befog' .j'mproTcd in appearance Lucas Blaot Hague was transact
It In The Su,,. '
: : by aa appllcatiois of palnt. lag business, In this( city yeiterday.Mr : ..

i. v W.nt'I.I. k. Royal. Cook. 'II.'Malphim;; (' the groo.r,.left yea* Dr. Devere B.Morris,. departed, yea Black It the junior member of'the uortts t !

: y bid newtpapcrt for tale' at The,.Sari terday for'Atlaota, where he expects terday for Atlanta, where he expectt firm of Padgett & Black. i .' Wg'.l a

\ office f.l rtadlet'calling ::'f' fo pad tb, remainder of,the week'M. ./. to be tbe'gneit of frlendt'for. the next operator., !
:. 's' st r . card.*'in .latet t ''sites'r ..' .J W.rd'of JUopteoeha, OM of the few dayt. R. P.. Fair hat returned from White E.i'rdrks,,, lall.

.:at Son office ; ? ':\ leadlng and''mott. tooctttfol planter Mlta Tillle Cook hat gone;to Atlanta, Springs, where he hat. been recuperating :

'/ /i.,;'JL:Martin ,of: Dattbn 'waa.fn" : s. the. of that tectlon,.wat t 'adlng'a' the city where abe proposes to enter a hospital! for the past few dayt. H.atatet : aa'ii' Wash p

z .Citytyuterdiy;, i yesterday, and will learn to be a professional that there are a large number of people i .

'f., 'Slmonton'a Wonderful! Salve for tale' James Mead of Jacksonville, the norte She expee4i ,to be,absent foraeverai at that favorite retort. l'

'1 .by. 1.-w. McCollum site. .Co. elerer.travellag freight agent of the .eki. Wanted-At once/5- convict guard, .

"; Hose, hoae. hors { : .Ja.t', repetied; Atlantic Coast Line, ft registered at Rev. '3, Pinholiter of Ward City. :will good ones for State prisoners ; also "!'"
.. line of the beat,at Bajfri'f.'Ml .- one good man .eook, to cook! for thirty at''
"' the Brown Hoate.MlMee .. exchange pulpit withRev. F. M. men. Address R. W. Holidaycaptain,
I ., ,;, Kirby: of ."berrT; !\"'..' among I ;Jtnle and Hassle Smith olWacihoota Hartman' next Sunday, the former Cilia, }'I.. B.. F. JMcCs.ll Jr., man

the vtaltora, to tbli'city yetterday: : patted through the city preaching: at Antioch church and the ager. x Mrs. R. 'Wilsil' )

Jars.G.UsrtwilletleyofB; : ;,: .h.lfe yesterday 'a''route home from taCrotte latter at Mount Sinai church,. Ward. You'll never know what perfectlypure ;

tna4e, a brief' ,.flit* to>> thUoIty yeiterday.T. :. where they have been .1.1'lalf' City flavoring'extracts'' are until you -' ,

., ''\Vf! /Bbandi of: ;:Otter( .O.k"t t Is Mitt Beteie) Parker. ., . A meeting of the Helping' Handt Society try Blue!. .Ribbon'' lemon and vanilla. T. F.. THOMAS:. .

\1 ita' pending a day or"o with. hla family Mri- A. M.- Poarnell bat returned. of the First Presbyterian Church Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon lemon
i4 here; will( be the residence of Mrs and vanilla. Takes lees Flavor '
from a visit to ,frleodf In Valdoeta. ; *
*Miee'Sae Smith Mioanopy, was la Ga ,She went away 'for her health, M, B. Banndert. N., Arredondo atreet, perfectly; UDR14RI!

d"f "h city yetterday, a iciest of the Magnolia. and It "greatly Improved which,will be at 4:80 o'clock this afternoon at .which Misa Mary DaCotta depart.d'e.t..., ..
4 .. gratifying Information to. her friends a full attendance It deal red.. day'for Ocala;. where 'she will be the

t+t' F, R. Seawall 'b.,' gone to 'Mteon, here.. The pay train ef- the Atlantic CoastLine guest of ' the next few days,

?" ,Ga.. where he. will .vltlt frletiHi for. a George O. Orom of Oeala pottmat- more familiarly known among The numerous friends of this popular Fl ; JE'OF:
the railroad boy a* the "band wagon/ young lady wish' her a pleasant visit a.
fewdayii ter and agent, of the Atlantic CoastLine NEW961(
will no doubt be the e....
?; New Wheeler, A: Wilson' aewlng mal at that,point, was In the city for passed through the city yesterday and .

,, ohlne for tale at a bargain.' Apply. at. a short time ,ellerda,. Mr. Orom isone made everybody cjnnected with that There will be prayermeeting atKatauaugh' A .ts tor.Jonuments... r '
thus office; of the' D mott widely known men (la great system happy by distributing. the Methodist Church this &

4 4 Big tale of crockery'and glaMware atEUunders hleteotiON.,, .various salaries (Wednesday) evening beginning at Tombston

t the A .Earle't. Come early and We have nine eh ete left from 1,800 J. A. J. Strickland and tont Clyde 7:45: o'clock.. The service will be and Iron Fences. "j w$
get pick.Mesdames lead Rev. W. J. Carpenter.
by The
pound. that New York State foil and Clarence of Hague ,were among See Our SampI
W. Paulson and Chat.2S4dy little public I I. cordially Invited to attend
cream ((f'ebte.e- tharp-at 10 those who paid Gainesville a visit :yet
ww ,of Orange Height were, thop centt a podnd. New fall cream cheese, p
terday. Mr. Strickland report! plentyof Dr. J. 0.' Wright district manager Pen nal attention to
> matters U-|
16: very at 20 a.aU. pound Baun
plug la yesterday, rtydt Karle; rain within'the past few days with and B. B. Hopsoo division manager,of this line. Mall and telegraph order *

,, ''i'MI HIM Rotalee Fed rick has gone to Miss Theort' Fleming departed,, the result that the crop* are looking the Mutual Life Industrial Associationof promptly attended to.

lp aA .Waoahoota, where the will visit. Mill terdty, for Atlanta where the yet will well. The cotton crop la e.polaU, fine, Georgia are In the city, and :yesterday
tfannla Smith for a few days. Mis Clem Hampton 'State director, made The Sun an agreeable call. Gainesville
w spend a few da,. with frlendt. From ; Florida ,
Col. John B. Dell baa returned from Atlanta the expect to proceed to her and manager of the National Educational !: These gentlemen are here for the purpose .-

$ hli plantation near Hague, where he 'old bom.lobn.ton. S. O., where the Aaioofatlon for Florida,has been of organizing a lodge. i

< hat been looking after'hit crop will spend the remainder of the turn 'sending out circular announcing the J, A. Maultsby of Campvllle.inanager '

'' 'Wanted-One let"Blackstone". com .- annual excursion and meeting to beheld of the Campville Brick Company, THE CONTINENTAL::

sry 1 plete. Also one set ""Kent1 Commen mer.W. at Aibary Park and Ocean Grove one of the largest ..od'mon modern CAFE-RE TAtJn r
P. Boalware of Oampville, one T. .e
3; tarle "II. W.. ? Ban offlce. d8t.' 'July 8d .to 7th. Any Information desired plants of the kind In the State, was a ,
4' Bulst\ Ohltty of M(canopy hat returned I will be furnished b' addressing business visitor to Gainesville yesterday
End, was trading the city yetterday.He .
' to hit home, after. a brief visitto Mist Hampton atJTallahaa ee, Fl... Mr. Mtoltsby hat also mercantile -
reports good rains In kit; ttetlon.
hit lister Mra. J. Fletoher' Hill.To Interests In Gainesville. Hell I one
with the result that the have
,. crops of 'the leading business men the vA
Rent-Nicely fornlthed room with
survived and are looking\ well. The
board, to gentleman and wife. or two county. -
F" gentlemen Apply at 007 Alaohoa avenue eotten crop It .,etprclallygood. NEW YORK
Attention It called to the advertlte
era Express Company, baa returned
Miss Ida meat 01'St.ernberlr" & Phllllpt, which ,
Redding departed'yesler-
from the 'West, where he bas been for
day for White Springs, where the ex, appears elsewhere In this paper. This the put few months. While; absent'

pact to remain for the next, fewweekt. firm It closing out and offer wonder Mr. Lynn had the misfortune fall

y4'. .. lal reductions In palntt.ollt, varnish RACKET. i: under a train the oar wheel passing

Mr. and Mrt. A. L. King aDd the wall paper etc.. which It will pay those I over hi* left band and taking part of
former't Mitt Julia interested to purehate. I .
sister King, were tame. His friends will sympathize

Fw :, thopplog In the city yesterday from The excursion from Oainetvllle to At. : with him in'thi* misfortune. (Fires corner Soutk or Poe&olllee).

; ; Waldo. lanes which left this city yesterday wulal..I Angus BIrdsey, formerly of Ocala .... Karl,... ..... Drip' C*.r...
," Lott-At the picnic held near well patronised, thirtytwo pat CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH but t now of Macon. Oa.,. who has been WMtsrti ...!.. Jo
Saturday June 17, a illveriae ease 'engeVt having purchased ticket front __ the Mimes DaOoeta/la this
L _____ visiting! oily
.watch. Finder leave at San offlce ..adI" this point. The ticket are limited to s
for the past two or three'days, baa
9 reward.J .
four day, which will afford exoortlon:
IOD' to hit old home, where he expect: Some 'Men Leave
II. Rolllnt of Roahelle was In the Isle ample time In the Georgia capital.

&vI": tultatlon city yesterday with ,Dr.Ald.rman having come In for regardto con Mr. and Mra. Jaekton and Mitt Ida We, have received.. to Birdsey remain la for a graduate a week orten of, ]But d.a.Florida Mr. An Estate for the WidowTo

3hamblln of. A..eher'p..d through
A Seminary He has many friends here
f tome dental work. ';ha city yesterday en route to Atlanta. full line of who were glad to greet him again Invest and lose or at a temptation ter
1 .' II. A. rioVelt of Newberry wa trantaotlna Mr. and Mr*, Jackson will remain all "a to speculators. How much
i ; business la this ally yetterday.Mr summer In that city, bat MUt Cham The Ladies' Aid Society of the First better' to leave her t

Plokett It one of the progressive bun expect: toon to make her departure Baptist Church, of which Mrs. J. E.
merehantt of that Wainwright la president held an In. $500 or $1,000 Year Income
1I town. for Europe. Frleudt with her a a ,

Arthur 8. HarrU, formerly of this safe aud pleatanttrlp. Ice Cream Ft ezers.lIason's tercttlngand the church yesterday very beneficial afternoonand meetingat for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? "

city but now of Hevtnneh was. In the A. O.( Stvenburg has returned fromIxkuUvllIe
oily yesterday III. old'Irl.nd.. were Ky., where he has been at. a good crowd was present. The to We will send you tome Interesting w
8 Ciety' ,' other things, took and Information
among up showing how' small w
ij glad to greet him again, tending the reunion of the United an
Frnit Jars assisted several 1 charity cases, the beD.Ooiarle. annual outlay will yield a permanent ;
\ Ortat >llaraatnbull outfit tblnRle Oon"ld."et..n... He slates that appreciating the work of the yearly income for anyone for "
mill with bottom, cnglnr.. vhafilng. le never wltnetted more Impretttvetcene whom yon care to provide.
pall,>ft, at a aoHfUi. 0.,0. W. Moy than the meeting of the thoo- society. ?v y,
.9.ID..III", VI.t.. At the meeting of Mount Vernon W. L. iN
sands or old Confederate, and It wa a HILL & W. B. HIGB9N ,
: L. B, row.1I|| of Alschutune of the trip which he will long: remember and Jar Tops Lodge No. 20. Knight of Pythias, l'lal AlfNh Tile ,

lead IPX 01\111D' of that thriving town, ,appreciate which was held at cattle hall list Life ".araa8 Co. ef Sew XUTUAL'York ,

was to the olty yesterday and renewed _. . _. ... .. night, the matter of the public librarywas '
- -- ---- - --- (
'fit" 'bI.lnb.o.tptlOQ The Sun discussed, aDd It was decided not UISESULLC, i FLORIDA '

t F, E; Orawfanl of )Montbrook ODe of READ TH1S Jelly Glasses to enter the race. The lodge appreciates 'TS _- stiff.
those votes cast so far. but In... ESh'aMOUNTS
? the Iftdlng botiuett of that
men see.tlon Iloi'n air, .l t A., July 13, 1609.Or. .
much as there are other societies.
fz was among iboeo who paid F. W. Hall, St, IxuU, )ro.-DarBlr com* S
': ptiag which<< will receive beneOtfrom 1 1All
: (ClftluetvUle a ? 'the library the lodge decided not
-On* pair .KoU framed' eye Wonder Hall' Great Itieeovety for Hammocks
u to eater the contest.'C. .
glass., how broken and wrapped
{ right' two year and recommend "It loanjuneufferiag ,.
with thrwad Flnd, will b reward ; > "' H. Ilussell of Tyler departed .
with yeeterday the old
/any kidney trouble. standards '
ed by returning' v> The Nun ofttee, fur West Florida.after and L'
being abe best retncxl we ev.ruld. spendinga the choicest
Half-gallon bottle Your truly J. R.l'1U.. -
1 fins quality, retail at 0enit % bottle Lap jtO}{obes sJ tke labor agent of the Tyler Lumber as issued.
,ry .mol now at St cents a bottle. < Eferylittle
gusrant..d by 8aundrr A A TEXAS WONDER. Company, and hit business here was Ask to see them as they
d :Ktrlt.. recruiting! hands. lie t+eured a num-
One small bottle of the Te.a Won her who will be & cannot be displayed to ad
AlMhua employed that' place. I :
James A, WUlltmtof WM a ''
der, tiair* Great. Discovery euro* all in
business thyme to this Ol lty yesterday I Mosquito Canopies The Tyler LnmbetCompany>> topole* to vantage a case. .
and bladder trouble ,
kidney remove* erect a one mill of frXOOO ft capacityat tit
Mr. Witliamsowesendbp.rske a gin.p
in ry, and enjoya all.. butlaett duringthe .gravel enre diabetre.lame baeka.seminal rheuma.ttua ewieGrns.weskaad -. Tyler, and now have a small. mill Fine Fadeless Fotografs ::
cutting material for the larger !HIUdI. .
r eottoa .a. and. all Irregularitlee of the kkl and all Seasonable Goods.
log. The new mill It ie From Locket
uP"m to Life st... '
Henry Fatah talty r.preeent.ative and bladder la both ,, II! ,
'g tpe n"yt mea and b*> completed la .boot ninety!
for the J, II. MtLauHn Com- .women regulate\ bladder Uvablee la The Tyler Company will employ a large'anmberof ',SMITH'S STUDIO. jj t..
i paD,. Jaek..m., departed ,..,.,. 'child rea. If not told by your druggist t hands.Normal <

r the ''ate.... of kU' firm. One email bottle I It two' 1aOG,...*' treat. Institute .at Hawthorn. AUGUSTIN : l: :

"' w..t.d. Board.rt-Fo.r working meat and .seldom fall, to perfects a Term opaaJaj) 10th aad coatia. I"
.0111 at $10 a month, AUo eta! meal .0.... Dr. Kre.., w. 11&11.MII ..... eight ....**. Good *je e -.od.lioa. at view La eooUqraith4 ; at 13 a week. Meale aay; Mot*.'from, ftla faetarer. P. 0, bon t? 9, St. Lochs, Mo, PHIFER, BROS. rrssosabta rat.... For farther partie* keeplaa llot.l. Free klb. UC" .ocae,.!! x rt J. '
F 4fI the moraine until Tat laat. Mrs Bead! for "u..11.. Sold by all ; lalan dJreee l E.Q'a. Dnvll.g t. Rates 11 to N per !''; ,
.J oil..Bennett, prop,.400 Plus.ei. .8t ,dru&ztsr.. rtUfn' Corner'hSauw.. 11ori4.a. Fla. eft next.k.t&i door. room. 11.11 mny be '\\i

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without It or It.*DuwlafelestIW
Could Have St. Areo lghi.
The eimetric art, liktt as sow so osmn
nimly ilk3 utk i itprsuc'ed by telbsitt-ciz
of n:p i""'"tt'i'et'ttrc current il"'*
I-" %.. &rtm*S. :1 1- .

700- HEADt l'f h ii *I lai e> i I
S700 HEAD THE HEATHEN ESKIMO. it, t,; ho ; ud-.. , .,: ',.
th'ay ___ _ttl tO__lut i__ th*j .... wa. :'.
wO -Years but Are gI* Is ;oo0 H.mered Wtlls HI. q 4 wli nl ,tcurren'it 1 ,- t- h it 1:i
id Within a Short ('atolmsSad Bellhth. i|1ri-btl.k, whhil Ia t. u>a I. n.ti .. 1J;.i.
rno of the Leading Profosor Mylius Erikenu. writing of li '" tot lr L ''
eOtrOn B the heatheu E;kituo in northern Green- ation olf gr a r.u.t h :% ,4 t;,
Concern. land says: "ie lac imagination but e-trh .unrrin t ,.ith-hsI,,t4 I th., ,' r
tile Company of this hi powers of obtervaUoa are very bouns ar' ai.,uiat ill., sa,;ar., I atouur
a f ah at acute. in spite of the fact that his i an eihth ?,f .u:~ nh. tlhs f rminig a
AfOnetl rMat Long is an nluuterruptml etruggle for etalt- gap itf l:,, i* u ti .* ,',l rl,
ounty, is growg an d e the Gm'lauelr Is always lao a circuit. a'.'~" .. hi th**', airilt lit
The Compay I I re. good humor. and his boisterous lauglh fore'1 rgin i:i it t' tsa'lr tiho' )t
".d from F. H. Butler of can be heard i wounding far over ice ant ilnto'li'M 1 l.'4Ti t, .of o.' Ce' 'ar.loj.e
i, is known. asthe lsnow etsld. Ilis way of telling stories r ;,I' taI l.l* I at to iA lntI mau.
OH f d battle, eoprislagi i short and abruipL but vitulal fre At4','.'. it.ll ,-l- '1' bt:1 'tl>n of
hundred bead of hole trel are trouaglyemplakem.His. H st t- ls, r itri u, e d l" iii t!-, '.rta *of
are io fle eooditlom. ries consist geoerally of bin own ad blunt iit-' A. t .e -',. bursa
Cattle company is n in ventures, ld legend. about flghts with a"y. thi "l.I Il "1,Il1tn -a t f' it
oman under the l n of neighbors and wild animals. about i- uupier ,...' d.wil.waet jI.-t rI:t.f at.,ogh
Soipay uader tbe aw a of rewistes a nd famines about to i"ikitn.itIh 'I, ". ,1 1 ':A1
nr hod. lor n tiecreationfof the world and about Ilte earl,,twitr n. ht ie-'iI I *,i;illy.
with rage near Loa Peld. supereatural beings. It Is conolderle t, the liqr t oit '-~s"'' *':e" 1" ;.i ia ,,1
It. The company is o es highly creditable to Ie atble to tell sto the hottter A .iinl ei i' 1t,- 1 v:t tor
J. Olyatt id T. W. Shabi rise so lng that the audience is luildet rnalter," nlinar .i s ,m i i :. *Ii.: ni,,ih
W. W. Olyst of Oalae, to sleep. An orator who achieve* this of nl intilh ll ,liael,, 'r. i t II ul :
ft of Bartow Joetlmanda ftet IS solemnly welcomed on the next end, the ,litil l, ne..e l r,, ,of
ofOhlefisod,theh s. morning, and every one thank m him tallight ,Itultti .' ,:..'r O rt if th .
rPiaeadent of she nrage. proftuely for the pleasure wbich hel a" something like half hre.-;i or ',f .n
p lag Uh t he espamy h comrdaed the night before.
s1iselet s a than ssooman "Idea tof beauty are peculiarly devel. eg in (o) Itin.. tit ,'i r;.
". lVo wI)t iO wo drsoped In thie heathen klmo. He r ter. said ll te. lil.Trature I In-toti ..only
have abot seves hundred gardl. beauty solely from the stand- by the' fnlorittio.n of the. ar.,:, i**r.
eiltt i o e dislot point of utility. For lastance, a rock ioun tw1ing1 th. m st re(r.'4,1r, tt.i
Il a h a Ife range of about projecting out of water only aippmars ta1ne known. Ih,' timperatur-e o' thi.'
red aeres ad expect in a beautiful to him when it is visited in I crater Is the larheat yet lrtiHat i arti
to rank amoeg the leading mummer by water birds wtit-b breed flehialy and ratkon ext to thal of hI
le ralisoe of the State. there A foaming torrent Is only beau-pro t Is fort iate t such a ubstance
tifiul It it contain many salmon. pro d h a
carhtaii colllhininult, ali It 414".4, the himh
WILL BUILD A HOME. (Clothe ar. not put together with nany oat re'ho.atanel to lasIt wilthe ll' is- ia.
idea of regularity of color, only their ry eletrlial .nluctlvity Without
WIllams Will Make a Home of pract'icallutility being conaldered. Iluts earon or ne t .riaalndUtvit, u i.'hou
His Own Near Tampa. ate made of s. ow and yton with known-we <-.uld have ino, tare IIght-
.Wlliam of Alachua, who re.tur ut ithode an.y ar Charles F. It ruh in Atlant .
squired a valuable tract of land "*Only the spirit conjurers fangakoksi Tax on Bab**s.
as several hundred shares in oec'up an exalted l asltion. being re
gib1rbs of Tamps,. was in the ity gardel-u no priests and loctors. Their Etltreme hot weather iu a great ta.
l ow hoo& Tueeday. task 1I to estalbllah a connection tle. upon the digestiw poe iWr ofi )hbie
Ir. WiUlams wason route toTamps. twteent the vlllble world and the hidden When puny and feeble they hlmuld be
we asIomIpanld by J. W. Pattone spirit. anld li this way they obtain a iven a few dose of W~itei'a ('Creain
W he ha employed to survey and certain Influene over their neighbor. Vermifuge. thle children' t'lton. It
M be hal employed to earveo ad The anrnkok asks his splirt for ad-. will stimulate andI fesslitate th* digest.
Idlt loss the sraet and proposee vice and the Informs the Inovlid that Ilon of sheir fl led, so to u I they sion
make a gond lively towa of his0own. his Illnes has ele sent by the spirits beome tn. helty ad active.
I have a grat deal of iooldeeoo in as puniltsilment for certain dles." old by W. M. John.
fatur* of Tamps," remarked Mr. The Sla's Sl***iI, ..
l .asm. "I believe tat Tampa is A TALE OF TWO SCOUTS. One o the must widely known is.e
r ato beooe the &eity of Florida la-cal curi .iti.sI n i... le& i..r ii r

I avast eigar a J lade*
lie wholeol j efaetlng
w olda's Tapa be
Mo one of the most JI.
pinate not only in Florida bust
r. Willas' property is amonR she
st valuable of the Tampa sebrbst.
d~jenmig West Tampa, ad thMere B
m i&b n but that he will make a lee
lnag Seaneially from the same.
.Vugh Eight Geamblers and Assehte
O tioaier to Thme Oy T u y.
epley herl GrnuG r mod a big
a"W nar Kemee Meday *Sia.
A he aresed ight ga mlers ad
ae IhaIged with selltng liquor la
4* Gymeaty.
ah primeess were arralgasei Bn
JsOev% sian, an Ohemblen
anm p"M Pamee swi aumd S In

1Mger pnsP d um der "a bea d e oM m
le.r bs ppoweines@us se msmO nad
the dn iases whiebsk was g10m.
IMe pgble will be Mis to M pen.
au ftMaeow's cio .
Jud Nmes emen was a bouo
mine O a Slo hew dTea ssOheW
ma dA. D. b we. dhe behad
eAse bn. 3 ^w-o GON n. 2W haw so
* soOdo INlS Of He4 w am, l
of sh eGibeaduM Y saO Wd
jey samwud a meeim t she plale.
elA inhesuem ON O
21 Jury la she sam was as hll
L A. DeNb. au eiiemai I. .L
buiess. 3. C. Nban A. F. glee
ad. M. e 10asm W. 0. TINs.
Je3 J. A. OrisII NploesstedW e
qbW. wie LmmSI W.V.. Ib.1
-pead SeO rae dehaise

marr"& M how60wabope
nolsee aonge d
taear Bmok& ad b a
b31A &s MsOO 4 te"Mo
jaiimse, ad s tow-s
O Iwm'en hem eM ae
0woo too low
-- -Sm

**rw Ke*mp** *a *aUmttlo'r s*e l Cork Is a sries of kaob or knots prou
a of lm. am.. I jectIng from the fae of a cliff. T1 or
lii ('yr Townsend Brady's "Indian sltea" 6f ttheem ha pje oa
Fights and fighters" to a tale of two all toet.r al rgtulrly aot Ia the
acout. Trudeau ntd tllwell. who f^* W ci"ff, M a0@bov e othe.
carried to (Jeeral Capeamter through t rmt a sat st echm alfermaty as
a lIdli taftesteod esotry the ews to i ve It s emlral a p ae of a
that Majr Feryt was being besolged tgarway. Mae time st ot memory
nla the mands of Beorer' Island by a is qgewr asent and Ms protm" a
thossad warrIors. Here i one a It-. "pa" have e knewa s the I.
dent ot their Journey: ore stalsea.
"Duarg this day a large party at
scoutjng ladlna halted within 100 feet rM avis isuard eI rese.
of the wallow whee the ecouta wee I thoe emee at a talk m te life of
bhdnl. slimultaMoemly with their ar. DNavM brlmns at IAmlmfdow the
rtval a weaderlag rattlesmake made ib story t Mb aspitaski nli Tale rol-
appesMrem a fm t of the two ee-t. g Cam sert. Brinaloudl ed in the
whe wwe o I theo aeni aad e-. time of the o angell Mtha d-
psig every miste to be disoeredr. we#d& m "the rst awakelas."
q Mi way the uttl aesm wan as w th wiic both oe w e MtlAed.
ii m: e i nd t ia The ent glessNi eterod Yale I n IMad was
OseolM OMwaad m m bid It et a plled is his jlier esa after being
bess 1Wd We aeaNmia OW he o. Son"f galewy e the Cs t having
enoass TO a lt ase g0e oew& $" = wer y a the eW t that a
met aM a ath *u ft**n M t nW &SWIMB teer bhad soe sen lsen M hes
IN pteM. *a oswr atoo, a eb.
t s weso emmmn eoswl hemb he u*n
wem bably attrat "U" atelIs it_.
SMM >r-rh .. _ --M .. ..
te ab s new. ** *etI No She *"'eyaw fhsft % BftkI d
agn riet atett *am d -- ta E7 me t oV M FYw T WhWt
mustswoinrnafte bliIa n- y enI m'e? --i--am a
whichymggti5w a l adin se a K 4idnt. a s In
Ite. IIt Jrame. lJa
"8e was cebwlis ttaesse at of *a s y I CulMfg T se
ime. ande as the e ak eu sw MaNr e -.. M .
Amd adoe geady atob611e Nw10 *vl
ogiasy-5 aemd No p- h -mf. WindaM.wamuamah ash l t.
bhe jb ta his memb ad mue gt, M. ee a I m i
Ai an" 1 sofp a. e-- ulvi

me mEMt urlbse he aka be s.we A tesh.=W OW* .
mo had mnr selss." .-r -- ..S. --. -

be km mao. -so 9~sd
bop ma swlt m beft
odbe i

an do am u =a
am la 0"
wha huB I a seaitg

Lw~ ft d es &

noU MAN*&".mm, -mNo
am m Duane"as a

Is owsh niuo~d mm ows

to am. W. Nolen
5w r ina


IL .WIIL atof1wo,


L, JWEll t1


The Balance of Our Sti
Sold at

50c Less Than Cost!


Any design
in ;tock ....


dtome ot as
museh as 0a a

10c a Roll

lest Hard Oil and Varnish, 95c a Gallon; was $1.50.
Kalsomine, 5-lb. Packages, was 45c, eow 20c


STf7c a (ttllotn--Ready tor the Brush.


Room Moulding. your choice 2c foot.
Desk, Safe and Fixtures for sale

Opposite BrotwnI Hloue.




Were Cast urirl First Week of

Merchants' Library Contest

Clip out Coupon printed below and
vote ftr conltetant of your choice. ee
SUNDAY'S DAILY SUN for particulars.

This ciupoin entitlle. the holder to iwo vote thai ean 1be eas to
any iusilitinut coumpoing for the beautiful library, when properly
Riled out. signed and returned to the ballo botes oa either the abue
Name ilt ladtaUe .
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Oalhesfilie & Gulf Rallwaj (Compnjy

TIeM Table ba sOs April 9. UMi.




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jellt Btween Armis
SWould Upset Plan.


I.00 Oda"in ':i:-pa
Cemfr Tos Yase Nei

Allm e sohewewbe ft.MY

ft oft* 9WPAMb*ethe So-
r"am his to recesaldr
oh~s iato IgO to Oyatbrf lay
to'Wrct Wl
Sb ist o VorewerandWl
UK"as.. where he wfllso to
I W5 suemeesavt eerwciseof

heemanPr1"ay nmeri. It Is
tw.1e ajurred a II. pette.
ibaM if mo athe aag umbe..

mime afto uMm

49 eesihllt'pes.mi

bl~ Ablapse mabe

4 log" as S t OWs
*?aI -th"tP"tof basrpm
~ ~Ipeassiet sa- hasb

thee "Wes1them
b msusembod to the pretie
Stw will be ooumuaicated to
--1m4e sin isteest bad for-
6 ma dto heworld.
Ifthesshere tOt thearrage-
1r esgsbemeemay p-
ad" W to Vol aver$a"W.e

lb~~e1a great
do*pan dtes.ft

hEsE mebiWtterame sthat theMWg
of whbsk is amewn

9!-so hed Is Iruitat leg gMma
to imwhich have a smsd
a pui51the9 as pm~f Mim
Ot the PeaN -ug-tisma
far has hem a mearty dibat" *a
with the eno er d1 dhebmi.
4 rwom sad Me e acra -e1-1

as waill a I a mw.0
rofereme.te to do eheset I
rtast pt. Puaeib~ig eWNW
'"buetef' Is repssed adhe
mbhapulat i suugh4Itski
that it beewowI
of the St P~asomb
Owk Combi~s"" swam 0
armeetal. the deine 09
mmd of Ihe pow

tha ie iUtpee -

obf utuvomirnof the via
A %her -,
"t toohe w PM

W- -
L4 or~U*'
41* so 010 "

Iand Mayor (iorge H. WIluam.. Ot
Portland. ca!ied the prwelde*w Mi.te
Stlon to the fact ttat a ttbto Is
ated half way btwe '.R I fltav ,i
Japan. ,
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Redquarters.M~ t ssiaa Army.
Oodnwaadaul. Manehuria. today. Jnue
I.--Ti lRussaia cavalry have retak
SLheI towa of LAUseyawopeg.
The Jap se occ"pted the village
el ftoemga oa the mata road to.
(iigtalti d Mamlhal la the mome.
1at t Jae 1. but they did not sar
In ta MseNig the river. At 3 in
eo tfieef the Russians captured
maIlmess.a three audroa of Japa.
Awee etirtlg is a aouthwesterly dire.

M1Ost Leave Port Arthur.
Che Po.e, Juno N.-Amerlesa sad
mapsees firms. stUll Is Port Arthur.
bave bMe aotUled hy lb Japane au
thorttles to depart aA to rmev thelr
merhandloa. NMay of the i Ma a
arraig l to ebarw tamn for tat


iMbablibuMt of Mt ie Now YVfK
biMtagig Thse hot Daya.
New York. Ju-e 30.--hbowere aad a
chebae In the wind early today gr at-
ly reduced the temperature and es*on-
stre humidity from which Greater New
York sweltered thrbug ibL tie Sab
Nowhere ti the city was the BaRfr.
tag so Intense as Ia the ost. M a"'
teneent dbtrlets. wh' Ifttle prpa-
Milos had ben made W It. Ordinai.ay
Sk h days de mot *ome until early In
July. ProF hundreds of tuffy te*'-
masts thoeasads of children swarmi6
the stretew Maun; of hin W
M ers swMally nM
aiolves of aah fragments it wi-
Ir gMeits as atil elag to i It-
toe betdtles. Mothers with agard
9t"M peered at of f vtMIdows Iad
'pbieted is val r their little es
a SoM eI% T e Pe wo eMo.
iMtly oslfMd pso to quell lafaule
tSt sad seO of c lidren were re-
tsIMd Mi at k ltaU.
Nearl y eerlegy hold moas the
teasem t dwltos hab hass m ed
spoa to provWie r .e ar nere of the
Immltrants who warsi tateo this
city liet ugis and maot of thene
have mtIleg but heavy vwster olth
lag. Is please the ruts A4 deertesf
were Ifus wtbh ems heBaded i UM
era -0nmo

WO ~ iPUN Amiap
on c s &Mbeen SmOiven Sr
aulee 1. I"W, d5"mNew% wl
9000010 %M& *WSW* a abau OK
vhs readv a dhwo Rm Tnow
hire. fheam* res re aw" I*b
JefteAmmt Absa "as ibloey
grMMdM 1 & s muset& I

sawpedm004 Ota to W' b TeIOW
earedwa WkS r iIyb

Womom Amums0 e m Uw.

with -m mebW.Lgug

of GL PoLaW tLmm a bousem. at

waus"" OWL. WON *

burr onO ~ so un b

Nora te m fo hy AMs.

ONWU blda*so ON

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3aht I)an4

I Which Will
-Members of
n May Walk

Ohicago. June 0.,Ae pwounue-d
break la the rauk. of the atikters oc
curried today.
For the lrst time lasce thi' strike
of many week ago. there avwerv uu'
merous instances where striking t.anm.
sters applied Individually fur tmrmner
poSitions without *aaIdag fur the strike
to be formally dte( ti uff. This wasi
especially tinal tat thelunber yards.
George K. Wei .n cof tl Weng Tteam.
lag oompany. said Ltodr:
"Many of uur o.d IanimtTiers have
asked for their pemtal Not one of
them said an lhingu Z ,a ,it.rli'erlv
to the boycotted flBrna I have don-
nothing yet in the maU.te a:ied shall
not do anything tntil I (iitnsit with
other employers."
Indicatlons ar'* that bhe teamsters'
strike will come to ',i.l beu-forei
the close uf this week. tvh ainoniut'c'
ment aus *rade that tiatikliA w1ill
b allowed to decide o thi, na.*'letc
whether the strike s l,," ctlld t off
without oendilUous or 1; bef allowed
to ostUne.
Present plans which 'ill be set on
foot otrially tonllght the spec'cal
atlll of the thseA joint rcuna
10t4a1t6t1 demm dirW1
thb mat few days. by whui each ut
lth toeametr., ay decide ftr hilselif
whether he hask ied enoulk of the %ar.
fae OM at theiroa s argumment's
ito bea of the rWfeitdlle4nd tI added.
is the haM that tI peace tp's of the
eptOpere seati4 dam dis aset ril
wUliy eppi s t ie pri s. of the4
the toasters' erMalsa tl d :hat
the dlves. vIi rather O off the
Sthe thrs ag rM to them.
"eg 116tises O s e Is p"args betaweov
the bright hsesder' s ionO mWore
dthi a sow of mleis.ay t for
Ms ew afr L Ove tu-
bem at the oergalatilo an madtalsI
a 1mes is0 waves amInes to le 0
pw @MW. The msals sow gft from
IL5 to $1 a day ad dta eIIep t
greMsment espirJ July L

See Set Tuefty w$V
New Twke.e Jes N -4 oSr*wi
mOUlib hetewn two tI sAes *at
Mapset, L ., II p~,~1 -1too bo
Weed. amine at them q4 im ly.
So were thies fref r Ner.
the betg trampled br th
gaiw I to heir atorts to "11 1 m
oe W Imc. B r r1 1r511,s 11
11r Sem Tom crowded 4 mi"
iSp || WMr* s fro' 4|i M the
baet0h I to Ule A I&.
e m party reteurlag to lgmm
S* 85 11ry It Itbesih. I tink

at eibo g was. hlal, l 11:'Mies
aC. Mom. b wie s*ad rhw O weP e

T"p l splt Ktled l a
WrhMe Slae. .,
vine S r aed d sad ** wet
4OWg b"vete* troem"
* Soft posterday A A
sawae ..arryleg oft

*red Sad the

with JAd&
o 1111-11"d

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Will Take Part in Prepesed Cafet.
enee Over More.* Aftfara.
DWlt. Joa 0. -remier Roavier
h I(ofomed Prince, Iadolls. the Uer.
aa ambassador at Parts, that lrance
in teelted to secapt the Invitation to
take part Is the proposed cuinferne
Os Morrooo. provided the Germanu and
ftreoh goveramesa can reach a mu.
tally eatalt etory agreement as to the
preelso polat to be comldered by the
cuoferee. The oinvictloa exltts at
the frnei4a 0oe that France and Goer
many will be able to agree upom this
program. AILhough earnest dlterences
of view are yet to be reconilled, the
aulhoritatlve Judgment .of the for*isle
0oe is that they will be ail10 to close
the a ngtiatlons. M Ruuvior has
thus far yieldtd to Prin Von Bter.
low on tlo Hi4ntial points on which
M. De*ICeama. formunr fuortlin milnlstr,.
had refuls d the Invitation to take part
in the MmoTcco cou.rference. M. ou.
vier tirmt (t)onsiintid t r' open the
questi'l in anl ircoind. at''d Ito t ake
Ilar't I thie' rcolni'fr"eu' privled the
proito 'il I t in conftriornit) with Viie llxch
Inte're'.t, T thist l I 'e arcceptoe U rhaiina wli,% h h will liitat thi ,d e hi'ir
sAthIu of tIbe conf r. i('reit lit.
sin. bup|iN tliiK Fi.m1, ( h ,Ia als oi r'.
fumed to J 'rO Ithe prpi.4 t- cui'l tlinr',
bten Fir *e.'n S0 %Vrvs1% .n w n,
huA, it Is unde i oi s. I li I liiit If
Frauce ar' ptedI (tH'at Ilritain ttill
also seen pil.
A great' i iplotltatic hiit e i IIn proe
ress wiih th' th* pritailitily l'1dItn g to.
ward the (ierman survesms.


Will Deliver Alumni Day Address at
Vanderbilt University.
Nashville. Tens., losn 23.-4'orn.
moneternealt extirdeis Ar IwInK Ig tele.
6ftett "miWa t Vntqhrbiitt wuiverlly.
this being ilntual day.
The eC4msaunWraIst *adrdes will Ib.
livered tomorrow night by David J.
Brewer. jusllet of the Ialted Sltatl
supreme conrt. (otoernior Joseph W.
Pilk. of Missouri. till deliver le*
alumni day address tonight overneor
Polk arrueonpeslo by Professur Cha.
P (Curde of St. latia. who iIll road
a poeam at the almml Ibeaqet. J-o
twice and Mrs. Irewer visited thel He
mitage this morning. tblspg aitomap.
sled by Mrs. J. H. Kirkland. wife of
Chas illr Kirklad,. of Vasderblit.
At 4.30 o'clock this afterseno a pub.
lie reeptie~ till be hel at the Ma-
weoll boase der the susples of the
Chamber of Oo(mmras i b omer of
Jute Brewer sad Ovorevr Pait

Ammift Y tY Wie Apg..

Am risess etemere peftt Atmstle was
the re wr O asitlary pasftfte MD es
Te to UaNiNSaA, amusIag the*
eoers Ie 41 bheam, U sutle. M1
aM*ids. The smuis Mse o h D
ver to NMkIsed waisO m byt b
a hooer pybt Simas ewsi by 0.
Maldeeb mkys. of OiWMF. ime*a
hosts. U iwtea. 40 asm The
yawl Thaeeso oweaed h tf Sieso
of Gorua y. was Sommed, Is beer
SU mIltes. s *aleid. T'*e A*n,
sasbelit i sneer pa t Narao.,
*swil bby tICeI W. Watjiss. of Or
mIty. was third, Ml 1 e ItIrs m
n 3U sece-ss. sad thb. MrIas
albese- pat Sasebli*, ouua* by 1
H. Srlemoa. w biSrt. Il bhesI EJ
ON&aes o 4Co m e.Wid o 1

Atisla. Jesw R-4hat the eemr
to a tla asterte. hat be it as
Ieral ai ptircm: flat be hw e~i
matter r hb restag o at -e as rt
3M the aetherfti of CM to b-f
M s gheM se p *-ier" If Vhe 4gIb
ge as 'ge. are see. eg 5651

-* ******is seem- r

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Bank* of Rtdmoa 0Crwed With
Shower of SBoL


The Injured. Which Num-ber UPVeW*
of Twenty, S me SeriOdely. WY
Taken to Hoepital-Poliee Are ltvee
tigating Cause of Enpileosn.
N'w Yourk. Juna 'u -Two death
hal .i' r riultd fruit the show-
er otl ihaittered lteel and clouds uf
otteami which followed the boller explo
suIli Ie ar the bank uf the Hud iu
rlrr oni th'e upper went side' ylterday.
Tll' ,t lls ari'.
Jio1 pli1 Moriali. Utanru. a aflrv fta.
Swhioti- dei'th Itsulteld ront scalds.
V'Hlitu .\liarone', IN y'aris aold
Masii. with threet colnpatsniionni, wa4
Fst iilnailK in the iudliie n %hln the
iti) io it l4 detistl fell over the water.
lit w uAi inot mets a*iin. and Lthe police
hlt lli' Ilivestgilate'd the case say
It In ftinl' Iith t hvi Was trui k l hy
tlily III-'nl. nd Inil>iiI l k.i, l u.
il,.ei h il,. ti si ilti drowneld.
I-o iu a lr r |rthM)t|s who I ire lit
J dt I r in a hiiispital is a a 'rriouA
co ditllti al 'it uthi rO it i were' ,tr ist'l
'*. Ihe'I;ns MaI ait their hoasia anid
two ini.n are, under arr it and will Ie
th'id ily ithe polrle pWuedit an lavestt-
.a ion Uof h1W exploiloa.
u1l' of th me haedtt by the pouler
1i la1nil Itary, as Ialant enlndaer at
the auliway rounstlructisoa rotvpany'A
powrr h-itM'e where the esplunluo oo
ru it r 11lit' Is uon of the four sort
otml> i)njred.
Tie other is John I. Ka arny, wh.
says he is only a record ioerk for the
empoany and says he had nhing to
do with the opesmollo of the plant.


Wemen evidently Killts M ebnd sMd
Thoe Coiemite setdoe.
I.o An s'le. ('al.. June N.--. .
Thaiiss. maruager of a drug store i sand his wife were found Is
a reach hou*e slar (Ilidale, several
mIles worth of thi eity lastl lsght A
bullet is theo ma's orated aMd aS
to the omas's brea i show how they
mA their deaths.
There were sIgm of a struggle
the homs. The aople eviMdey ha
qaurelead and had the ether

wtH a revolver ead twhe aismRt2'

Powder burso e thev ima's* dress
111ltes1 that ab m0islt have deo tio
hililte. Toe wepM *Ied4 was a
velver. Ne roeom is Ibewa a or the
barrel aI d ihsqw wUt killing. Th
emple we a"mh sheel IN peer
Mid rredd4 is this ety. They had
Gam o to he rIech for iso etlas

%WgSoba" Aoaeste
IedadM, t gar. Joe s .- M kI
ta oullfP t-lt ituaIi t *iof the'
** Einoist -p rse-eia .Uoee st aI S *eagr~w bI ter to Preiler
yp]rsary, tegati hM t be was s

uais*FaSid. sad plei& a he oIf the at#Ie is the mineLa I he ie.
While appreetl g Ef 'i' mwas r tu pre
penle fear Wtot-r sas *"ataisK it
peVror dealpe.n he ean '*. a eiicfM
the deMib perera I, s aney, wies
Is RsI. lIs'l .. ttery *wHst
etudeam "It @udld vet great sa
iMeteIs if ye iei t*o. ,. thb mp

Sate -, r ,es ,rri .e iie *.. N ,

Og as ** .at ieW

guNp. sems usi e ht

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,lkm of ~heae 6 l s soA as
P.r WMGIMPSNOWAt pli-pp '
whoseuu he e beo eso
^ Larmb pss see -pt .t--
Mittees age a^^^ ^Btea seember k^ft age

oIr pig vim

*~* C ,, hp. d,
I sonie ts A": sse .
oil 11*6 sh, gt gImis sw htpee i

~d~uhlu~wI~i hA 4 VabthiSbe NSt wish 41.6 19esadPte em
$"." b" M~doW of No W U6.mIn qdadpqd. dsj~xeOrnawheNNeWinlob"she
b V IFus In be b$ pud Is toh. midv padss-f. TW l S t ~
$W!FtWsaoe be sbeebe"
p bet tff$g2 h a eou l$68b he d h wlheSIdg She OakWhr Wbea
eagles seMB r-I". 10.0 (wnetb0116 fa m tow dgaheislp&m

op Cl. !P4 ofeudq6 Use* 3sftwloba peupllf J .W~gt luosmue
~, r~- 6dap9wA'---_1$, *0 well. Te sUpm eoflft emlgUse..1hoseuWs, as. a.hemes adt vessr
low- h up epuse S e 5 e39ulmo r "Deh ere tsr ax sh U*
h-.~ ~ ~ #401 P. uno" 7lsgroom1Gs416shAm p t~U5. P
hoe 5hioIt cheese iseseslto A.MI"eh sof Obs lie
IsuA. J $61esiemsad IMee0lq0eVedlus*of"-heThepr sms Wllq,
SubsOhle S mu ~ ef he eilm o th Urs mWIsee.ofmi voams 18des 31W.W. 09it. S heTh I h U eS
Md Ohm to ~ sldm" 11 e lees shed b a ddusdm"Webeuirem rmielr1whosissofweedg~.
tweds.h~shos. aeira eI~ vh. ~ ~ h~ s ofh rmW vlpbie POshN %w a. 3a. Nap" 1bjhag she ofO
*~~~s dos resemit e J.Vhlsersh.e Om slh sua-VOe Vlss"ssI. Gladarlmsl sriil. 5.pG
WS 06mM d~fuo NO Kmu'h Wf wad sue or labig well. 'e" 'e "e3OP1"PftMO he hO~" ed'a thue em we' r
11ettee asep Ga eges~M ad.PrvKi k(00 A Ik@OGOe"f-G
Od doCs N ors t AVOM sw ss Ga slplsd -.s- A gsoee *os an imn IMF*forSt Par
100Idbftdl thepis 141 pW111 mU tgoe""odorss of ah @Ms. whsd is la
4aJ%- 9w AAgp I NO 00re 41#00apameelsNo-r Ga040 pper.tJ. A.U llb y o me.v~omj P.e~ w h el e e waissig et dofbrWle o W11 d fli d.e Ow m .. Mg & pesseq
we~* inS usiets "I"Is s I. G17asswdlsh
ist 1110r. No. u. volABl. L ~elesoepr.ts "". wiss sh is smade Km M vauIN41hs*Iau- i hb M hism
bune' er t" Ua as PU lehaief. 66000110. s110sI
d~plg aSh ea geseapfum th 551555len wa oinlsieGaA. Mnoim tq1
Wald. lsoesm win h loft "oet isma w u wl. souS Oum U& L.Kimad 0 411WWI ds.. whish IsuuillpsOM.
boom fttHim ollsalal, wo loomatol topa.des1.ImadNunom eas.
Wil 114 ift3.3dM.. St eehelle we Ga1he11 v"ampisUae"Ga she O. ofapissi.

go vow"* Lshle Plot es.uino moUseGa A tol*bows
34Plhe S lubeflo r &3. dmes.*" Is.wadl rmoies all ho
L U. zoom ofs110810911110 eM ise00iftle eUpm set o d Gmakeshrdplar.Upu hp. am ublbo Miwnhs. 3
ON# opaOwSIwO. Md NIeeL mp. Piend. Kish Idsa JWeW haveG ,bsl be
emn W1s611eb 000"St hmo Sif*s 4,Ad lborsmat hYG rmb. 4 wmag am ~bulsa.I
0* homsewSt b ft ashws aSht N .O~ eisrgohmaf. lm im erned 11m0 1~O ANsebfs~teofmfts,"ad
UP, "160411er 11 4410Of Iends80WWI.9 MIN rUls, Ky., whame60smks bov oe&ebe" oa -fW" ave. J. Re .
can%116eet Ohem alos. ture W sthe.musloas wisther aUsisedb uldv% upaudis
1* 00NO O 8.ab..p, m Is *0 A- 0.SafedmesVersub". He messes s46041ht*ge sppelofts he wekStt
wit helWere.seggsee. ehaftseg, hebe wwo tnessd'. pressive Wi" -- qvrkrd
0 "Pi~leo(hee. W. x~. % thaw lsethe mwaging of *he thee.
"49 ts. 0a110418 e ldConfederates, mud it wesa JIM A4IM eemoosdSmt M ToStemweV,
L 5. P owel Ablebsa,.mevitof he $ wie bb he gill Waitusmembstwira" 1 WeU I Kimbae9tProbiaLs
lo# b lg uhss o f tat theleilmisesn A4p~ eet'A. uhhx ,eim hil

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bomm amof SM& e. lhwitax, Al-A., J1i11 13, jo do~t *mvan am so1W. b" bw
War, g- o 90191.hoe.who paiMD r. R Wa. MGS1. Leeds, V7o-DeaM 0111"O br ,a, G sodoiles heme
AL----pMIL e tweed eye iWeuder. baslls Oellig yurTeampfe%"wero w
OplmiS .=aVis atwidau 119IWade hre Bol$Gea tllmg poeea. for Iteem 00 WAT. ans lde" so
IMu:1. tdwippdwo 7061% ad moesmead it e oam~a* 1U0saw-as heume..
010110116 s011A& Wo? .tbles . M.e55Uof ?Ike depged iye.
hula, I"ebeoss seemidywe evwo sld. wow owdapsato evs. id essil
PY"eTmstetls. a. U. .#IImd" O Wy.UP

V!!deUt es s us do MW tow nWasOW V1~s

w *>,



oonuments, To6
and Iron Fences. -
See Our
rmusal atttleM to all aSaf
Se. Mll sad teleraph a
m$ply attemed to.


ofm" ame106uh oftPmgd
Vesm 8890

tEsWfor fts

iss~ spsalmessYew -I

r Llf, orfor 2 wNYwd,
We will so"ge elsroa
=1= wa wity"
Feem "emnatoG pmue.le"



AUl the old ~aad a
*obdoest of Te vW on"I

Ask tomtwe mma t
RuKA be displayd
kato4 in acawe.


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mos~ea s04thePes" lt O 04S~~e
R. H. M :CSZAKT. D~uesd PuN~wrI
W. W. ASHLEY. AMoelet 019tW.
JASS3 a U. 33 city Dilto.
LOUIS J. UUM5YS. Uoual Traveling hEfst
Ir. M. PREWI. Supt. Composing Iboma
WSW. nab sm an,. fULEPKONS 414
tins DAILY flux. published everymmnnr 1g ew
ept 36saday, delivered by carrier In the city, ep
uam"e1I0 any part of the Lulled states, pawbug
Of, forfta year; Sz..5o six months; Bias th
Nomths; or So cent. for five weeksa.-etrluft yin

$sa ot ice, in kical umtumn so mats a lH"

bNse for display advertising made kuew a-

The Twkie4-Week Son is asm elibttsa, forty.
eIamse paper, pubilebed every Meaday sad
Th uemy. aid coasl. oil the news of Ume
w Ite, lsdete ad, o ralad will e
Ute, Wossor Ceam for 1S. sa yew-tia advance.
AM NadvetIag Me hee-e de ater fnt
W of advelhniMm t -- la oherwis
Iu sot a Osett. Parties Sot amw to se
Sequir to pay for edvwr d.
StAd. Admes. T1U DAILY SUW,
1oamnujs, ya .

The summer normal sehoole of the
a lte have b es "Bookamilod."

The people of Bradford eoanty are
having some good work deso on their
ad In thela viellty of t1arke.

I Kas OCsmr of Sweden would only
pos pems ble little trouble ail Pres.
e6 Rosevelolgetswlthe Japan-Ruselas
S eeble settled he will be nxti.

The paper of the State sbould Os.
pemd publetilon of Joke oo the RI..
Mlo t for a week, at leas. so that all
Selold ease would got wcrked off.

10 'Tmpa fair sad laouree oosnm-
pap are oeeopylag the attention of
th. people of ihas eity at the preeunt
tl, and the hotel deal may be me*

aliesoville ha morn lto rsildenes
StUan amy other plae, of ito ia I Flior.-
Ida. Our earpeaters ae ocmposed of
Slot of firselelss workmen, which so.
mr ease for it.
When Gainesville pse her system of
fewerage put In we will have a new
botel bullet here. Thereare men ready
so pooh the enterprise to completion

without delay.The location of the State University
T h is crealtng considerable dieeuMion,
The meeting of the National Edoea. throughout the State. liuineeVIlle
tional Associaton, which will be held and lake City are in the lead ind
at Asbury Park, N. J., July &d to 7th, either ploae would ichke an ezoellent
will draw together the most influential lnooaion. But a Uaineville is the
educators of the world. more central location and poesseaes
every other desirable quality, it is
Jacksoville don't eare to have the more than probable that is will be lo-
University loaded in that's ety. If eased Sthre. Oalaevillle is ll right
they had wanted It, long before this anyway.-MaseleaOy Standard.
the foundatioa would have been laid
and the building been started. Gainesville II an Ideal place from
every palt of view for the location of
In many portions of Florida the the bew Ulveriyll of Floida. The
meloa growers report eznelleat rope, place to phyleally and morally cleams,
the yield and quality beleg all that and for a 6ug time the people of the
oould be asked. All that to needed to plans have had as ambition so make It
low rate for shipment io the markets, at Inlaelletual seter. If members of
and the melon crop of this State will the board havias the loeateio of the
be a winner. Univelrsty to hand will but pay sate.
-- tioe to the demands of the people la.
The State of Florida edoeatlos is 0 sted of the will of polUtielatoO-put
a aeditio today that wae auver e. their ae to the grosed sad liste-
perleasd before-d4lehared p- ee ho will emwlle Mn that U1iaovillle
soae of the defeaes 14tate colleges ar is the* rIt *hieoe of the people of the
eaokhig employment in the academies whole* wste.--alatka News
sad osommos eshoole of nearly all the --
eoostlea.-Bartow Reoord. The demaad tor reidemeeo still coa.
.- ... _. t~n siees ain tht aity aad oarpeate" s are
The Ladles' Home Journal hae had busy all the tim. A doses or more
as free advertisinog tha ay other *we *w *1et a em sageI woald be
pabllatisoa t the Ulted Stasee and i eMdy reteG at Mid prtmes.
waloes the ekeapeoo trash of may of -
i dtllr amehlite at the prleat ban or Onso.aG er ToLtmm. ( I
iame. If it wa s mb for she prwtea'* na w .
MAs eamneae' i. there wotld n tw Fr~a J. Oe ntMas akh that he
eek Io he ma ssl.. asl parnaer of Uhe Iam at F. I.
Obyely & Ob., det baomsse in the
n1 -t mhlmw and d < loat 5 imw de, *-A .15-
aged at a be Md a psedid .N O A U
1 IastewsMW LhMIai w oes iato tor stf mi s. ,dea ht
4White Uems ta W ee Tayr s m tof
ps toh be C ati e pelseat ale' ,, &qJ. Ou".

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Sn s be bq' i do.
adwl te thlneta

of I .eetoem ipa ed shore
Ehave L g a art as sbyI atler sas t
tleast.leilk 4W "of ge
would aspally ied I100ree eo min
dedm4 iketo be o M itnt
rednfe lt e soh apeGPdlratb f r1d t

But while SIa moste mtln est ay
week a llt3p I fo lJr mouthls,

dNha e meilad iofto ri opapeMr is
so searOe to t b eaal.nwtse mora e
oSo 116dJo e-0 f.
feerow y 0s IaverasI sheloesfisto at
P' iiISO"d o -oef con .
sa6 pa Ir oe edlibely to be belni
hlao il bie fall mod Aop t emptary
shots ad thW beproersatie ffori g

The deals le aI s dweald n by the
faest tatlaass chase bees made th
wek sa 8 prset na for s m. ethes,
thas the apply of ommiAl paper isd
tamem hates tha, tanks tosae m-a
esposatey of lredt, fthie t uld
seek paperben" tell. tIl-obtailng
It It onl to s taslyrthod mbek-.
ills inI Oblip ad e thP Westerso
potms. ma sad t brokers e oteringl
the baks lenasie that would mots mature
s til 3usray at 4 per sent.
As to ihe war Indemnity oIt shoulder
iremebend that, thanks to he mod-
el system of nadits, tba would
amo andt elyto a transfer of credit
tros as nation to aoothor; theba tul
mo*e welid sitlM romaso Ma part of
the lateraional1 reserves, though
thore might be anmwity for shifting

It Is blwtllsgao *o e terAh money
lodens ad their broker are disposed
t time t exagger th ate oditioe ist
order so islielato a demand for loe ra.

If we most doilde, we will doelde In
favor of Gativlle for thIbe olUniver.
soity. Osainlileo Is not only a dry
town, but It is glad of It.-Fernandinad

The contest for the site of &he Uli.
verelty is proving to beo a ttle royal
between Lake Oity and Gainesville.
Other "favorably mentioned" efitie
have appareoaly made way for these
two places and the final outcome a
awaited with general interest -Palst-
ka Times-Herald.

Te Oaaadlin overament is sdla1
l~a. hoer esO*rgis to ladade fOarmes
fleeo e CUelted States to settle la the
Oaendle Northwest., and it s meeting
wjh No email amount of sooeess. Many
pa pereo she northern States have ad-
ortbieonase announcing the oppor-
stalteis offered, and the Canadian
authorities contemplate running an ex-
earnsio to that country, to be cnm-
posed of- ewspai.-r correspondents. in
ordir to have exteuivre write-jpe of
the trips publi.;!.,l all ,rovr the cono-
try. While th.- N ,rthwoPt. may be a
ireat eountry, :. uth. offer fr rather
ladocemeeto, '.-n ]*;'nAtp is ~ousid-
Buttbese Cantd 'an sars, wrocing like
beavers for th is ti.ot bje-at. arid if the
people of the Unit-d State want to
pot aehookon tohe immigration nf peo-
ple to Canada. tl.ey mut be up and
If the President would j'ut tell h;s
party What mmn he wishes nominated
U his suoemeor it would doubtless eon.
tribute materia;ly to the effieieney of
the administration. Secretary Shaw
would then hare time to worry about
that deficit, V%';,.President Fairbanks
could stndy orp the rules of parliament
tary procedure, Seeretary Taft need
speak as fewer commencement eserei.
see sad Poetmauter.Oeneral Cortelyou
could eoaflao his attention to improv-
log the postal erviesa.

Dilnues Immigration Question.
New York. June 3O.-Bduaihs rmen,
suciologists and others responding to
the call of the New York Civie foder-
ation, will begin today a formal die-
cussion of the immigration question aIn
the rooms of the New York board of
transportation. While It had been esti-
mated frequently that at leat 60 per
cent of the immigrants arriving at this
port remain I New York, the ovep
crowded condition of the east aide
streets and tenements durtag the past
six months has awakened new later-
eat In the matter and plans will be dis-
easea for ridding the eity of the bur-
den. Some of the authorities est-
mate la Greater New York early' 100.
000 anglish-speaking families are on
the, verge of destitution because of
the Influx of cheup labor.


If You Are Insured..

In a Company that is Responsible. Have a PolIcytorreedy
Written With Liberality of Pulicy Contract and the Compoay
Pays Losses Promptly

You Are Assured
That so serious lose can overcome you without you have some
ref re.

Fire Life, Am ident aw l t iHe la nMe
None but Reliable Companies Represeuted.

Slaformation heerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Mall.



Iran Q. measure. 4 "a
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momelse Weaag....... aSID
nowevs "44eAn....... 37
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Rye. Gts. Coer. UsedEade&&
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Ryle. (ift, Coq3m. bes. USrat te cs.
SRePoeas sd AuPle bead. Ublew
Sed bymote.
Victoria Rye, so" .010".arye. Meueies

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The a Liver Ndane
eyou WA
A GG CURB for and""" P aby
Pg1 Dicya PURE BLOOD. Do not:I=
wth Arseals, Calmel and Quisine. at aa
which vitate the blood, debiltat e sye m and leav J
of bad symptom which require yearn to obliterate.
INK Is purely aveabe and cotains no mineal Wr
poisons, Is abotaly amless and Is the asaple rna
nature. It carries o all poison in the system and loaW
nurious effect


Mr. I. A. HIeks, Isdal, Tl t"e I wis
kdk Is bed for et m= ,ths trombl, the
doctor aaomd tom o me nood. IvmutoldstIy
Berbias, nd It cared m I aort ed It at
res- this waesid flmdioia tee ly.
UiSe UIOTTL sk e1 T IInu

Siard Snow Liniment Co

Passenger Train Cari"ng A6N5ud
Employee Crashe lNto Prt L.--
Baltimore. Juno 3 .-4Uoe ad lI
of last aight's disaster on the Weot
oer Maryland railroad mow foot up
Ssand this number likely to be Is.
eased from among the lt of theOe
previously meagled.
All the dead won employee of the
railroad *sm ayl oebao to tber
hoase I the mall towns along the
railroad to spea Maday. With the
eoxoeptios of ta tra areows, they had
bon at work rat e sag stheaae
doe 1 to th road about teo days aIV
by a tMer fight week. The tra
walk was N. seeslmer, waet
broad, earned a larse number of paw
seg e, oil of the oocsees being Itled.
As aity of the workmes as could do
so weft late the baggage ca the rye
maoade of the gang of 35 4lading
pipes on the platforms between the
ml sad baggage cars sad between
the mall and baggage ar sad be-
tween the latter aad the tender.
Ia the neighborhood o Jatapesoo
station, about 8 adles from Wedlto-
ster, the Westefa Marylad has may
curve, and that just west of the bride
oroaelng the Patapoeo river Is a sharp
a extra freight, made up of heavy
coal an6 provision oars, was ruanias
eat. It miould have taken a sidlng to
allow No. 6 to peas. ucb wore the
orders. Why they wore dlsreoardel
will never be known, for all these who
should have asen that they were
obeyed pre dead.

*iet en Board aemuralon Train Results
Grflt, Ga.. June 20.--hietf of Po.
lice Phelps says his latest nformas-
tion regarding the shooting on the
lSouthera train is that 11 negroes are
dead as a result.
Vasn Mitchell and West Chunn. two
Gri rln aegroes of bad reputation, are
held here as suspects. They saw
the trouble was started about a crap
game that bad been going on all day.
S Three are said to be dead at MoDon-
ough, lve were dead when the train
reached Orifn, and several havb died
*laee at their homes.
A erap game had been started on
the trip up to Atlanta, and It was ona.

tisued as the train
station. The nearo
sald to have started
raaed aoseaslnaly

left the terminal
arrested here la
the Eght. wbiob
until OrG n was



k ei , I V ", P.

roll U ioIF Pjaigom's ajl
S --. .. . -

rIs er ai so s4
ro 1 Y soln s thop. &.utaU Or
A. Pratt., M del Alda. t *.
easts, 1ba e to gs d&Whev
mo eXpeeta to Meet P at SoMA. W
volt for ten porpg del aussMg th
g~etdr AMlets sttrol usad Msasel
FprMatMto I the th A1motetom
rop9 IaWitt Xe amtharlit or tso
tatmt there are n favested ta
ArgemotiMa ,iMW.WO of plish
eSapttal whilo A Amerems tavest.
ants ameast to about S3O1NMO. A
lack of the g tlative ao tohe rt of
the United Ste1 Ia eoltsatlag this
rich Seld for 9 aveutest dwelar Dr.
Pratte. is respeoaldbi s for the praotll
eal monopoly bld by thue Mgtilsh.

s'eee t mtrtstat

a sulk Wb a astrog a emzat
ft 9 "eA"et hem oea m o ar B *f a0
be Onwv ep s a screen, thee aOUe
*M do- Msoa an Im ato I ISe
theory p*MwUty reprodue in the p0at
tem emag ed In reHef on the back of
the min wkb, ea course. Is alto
mster heai froam the u. Nt nas-
0"O ast face of the minor presents
a w nsre tat is perfectly amoo, ap-
pametly the ruso for ths pbmome-
SItos dinecdt to find. It caue, hbow-
ever, Is simple enough. The prelimi-
ary operating eof polishi the face
engisto eI nering the cast disk with a
aerp ael I every direction.
The thicker portions. where the or
asaentatlos In relief is on the back.
offer mere resistanee, and the result
a eonuspwdlg Inequality of the pol.-
Ithed surface. This Inequality Is not
mcIoletly marked to be visible to the
naked eye, but it Is enogh to turn the
mys of Ilht and thas tbe pattern of
the craving on the back I reproduc-
ed on the Oscreen In the manner deecrib-
ed. Tbese so called magic alrrors are
so bilbly valued that they sell from
ten to twenty Umes the price paid for
ordinary onesa.

Wrmauews asp of by. ,
Western W. ft., June U00-tL en tre A resiparity *of Ghetae.
passenger traa passed ov6 -year.old Scleatifc personages as well as the
tedrita Teney aad he stllU Uves, but rest of us have always ben pusaled by
will be maimed fo r life. The child the degeneration of the dead both in
was playing e the railroad tr taste and I Intellectual power. No
near the of his fate matter how fastidious a man may have
e nnv at A o ion, w m ber ~bw drting his lifetime, be is no soon-
Tenny. at Alton, when the palOne or dead than be develop a marked par-
train came alone. Te little felw' tlity for back room p two lights
body was so mall that It eeped the of gray, rickety stairs In disreputable
pilot firebox and all the trucks, but tenements. His favorite environment
his right arm tell upon the rail and is now dirt and squalor, and his fa-
was cut off at the elbow. He did not vorite companions are the ignorant and
receive another scratch, the half witted. The nature of the

Two Chinamen Enter West Point
West Pnint, N. T., Joe 80.--ftr
the rt time the blatry of the
military academy representatives of
the hintsts empire were adaltted as
cadets In the institution. The two
young ('hinasen, Ting Chia Chen and
YIngs hlin Wen. wita Luis Bagran of
Ilondura5 and F. Thomas Plass of Be-
uador. under special act of congress
will receive Instructions with the class
of 145 candidates who were received
as cadets.

Cured of Bright's Disease.

repehed. Accurate Informattoa Is al. Oeo. A. Sherman. Lisbon Red Mills,
maht Impossible to obtain, although Lawrense county. N. Y., write: "I
It is reported here that one segr was bhad kidney disease for many years and
found dead at Pilot river, besides thoen bad been treated by phystelas for
mentioned above, twelve years; had taken a well known
Grifin o icers think that nesroes kidney medicine and other remedies
from bere were largely mized up Is that were recommended but got no re-
the rto.t and they are working hard lief until I began using Foley's Kidney
oa the oCA. Cure. The flrst half bottle relieved
--.-- me and four hostles have eured me of
SPEOIAL TERM OF COURfT. this terrible dieneoe. Before I began
Calld to Try The WhAre Chard taking Foley's Kidaoe Oure I badto
Will Killing ey eand OtI. make was tiar overyetingmi,
Valdosta. Ga., Junoe 30 -be aur- us"., day and night, and passe a
eas that a special term of the court briek.dust substasee. and sometimes a
would be called for the tnii of J. slimy subetano I believe I would
have died If W h n4 not taken FoleP10
bawllag khis thru e e s and the Kidnepy Cure." J. W. Mecollmnm A o.
groes said to be Impllicated nla the
Carter asaessalatles. has dome much Private OwneeMhlp Beet.
to still the tempest which was rialas New York. June 30 -James Dalrym.
high last aight. pI.' ofr (llasiw. as authority on mu.
The court will be held early Ia July. nhtIpal ownership. who came to this
If Judge MItcbell agrees to that time rountr) to study conditions sla various
eoletltor Thomas stat864tbhat the state cl ies where the subject has been ag.
was ready fo rtrlal any time. 41Al talt. *gilN (to Montreal toalght. He
Moore's confession agreed easstly with ha,, :i.ted New York. buffalo, Chlea
the dyias slatement of Willie Carter *o ttineSa|Nll tt Paul. CIoveland.
vhen the elder Rawllngs learned that I'ntledelphla and Wshblngtos.. "I
Moore was under arrest, he Is eaid to came tu this country a believer in pub
have or two arrests to be made, but they study of the station here I am
are for the purpose of securing more forced to bellre. that nrlvate owner.

Moore's confession is sald to be cor

ship under proper conditluns to better
for the AmK uican ltiws "

roborated by other evideope Io the poe., - -.-
eeesoa of the aet oeiLr .geIn The Eqitable Report Net Ready.
latter stated to Judge MIebell New York. June 2I Irivate advice
that be was praOtleally ready for trial rec'tived fntm Albany today indleate
of the aeumed meo that uperinteadent Headrick's report
"-10 of bhis nvt latlson of he iultable
Another .hgI ?aeate Chicoeo. s aoriety will nt be sompletod er ev-
Oew Toerk. Juae 3.--3 watteth eral day, Mr. Medrleka we aet
oMaTry Umilad trula os the Nl Twork, her today. bet Aaisetat DepPty So
OWital rematrd rveId to thh perlstradoae VaadeOrpal was at the
sm mawaeaso 1at :80 a. m -a itabe o oge Omptroller T. U
eh amiaue. aa1i it time It Jordan was eeat fer.
(bloT e a:t n a. (Oatral --
aM g4e thk era Vietsm of Jeke Kllts Slf.
ega sa I- slaves MN eaukee. June 0.-Worry over
saow. ft mw So tueiheth the Ie0 of pay tickets iatralted to his
art r~a Uo Io er trca. care by h employer. ad whth wIo
ta kes as a jake. 0ca4Cd 1h4a10s
Xa s M WO| kwtIi*a. belet Aged S4 yers to e ea lo ml
a o mg 4 ewar M onble ids bym hass"g himeng"
eMM_ Is- S- Nol them l AS, It.

to ts ""&h i gP be.-a et e.rema.imepa, eMshM.,
ob 4*- iie s olie i m eWsve iMb Arns
pub eWr U dise ea I )ve.. *. 44 **a taa eas b to
I N 0 r fll oh *lM aad enrs had bee ed lad. adia islil O. K.
a- oa m aMA Sou eyes.'" wrisae D. L SeLery of
ljsopee, a s, n at all de **Is".

next world, the achlng secret which
the human race through ilI ales has
eaten Its heart out to know, is ignored
by thee modern hbosts In favor of
shboestrings which they happened to
leave In the corner of an old desk and
which they b seech us to go and find.
-CbhilAo Tribune.
Will Ouro Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes
"Foley's Hosey and Tar is the beat
preparation for eoughe, oolds and loan
trouble. I know that It hs eored con.
somption In the flores stage.'4 You
never heard of anyone usela Foley's
Hooey and Tar and not being sathisfed.
J. W. MeOollum A Co.

Because they are the best
in the land for the money I
Ask you dealer for the
"Sunny Jim* Shoo and in.
sait on getting it

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

L. J.R MU3BT, SM d Prefro
Or ALA. A.
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Train Daily.


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Sea I Express.

SeabO ail.

The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMTW veab1sitbad .m1,1
posed eietelviy of new Pulian. eqglli Dpms-d 9o "obi
loo Sepers. taterooa d Obervao between
estlae and Jaksonville to New York, via Waeei via l. A1eAgd
I9:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1 dailyy azeep6s Smag.

Only Line Operating .
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksiville

For full Information and sleeper reaervationea all on any ent leaboadu
write A. 0. MacDONELL, 8. C. BO'T? ON J&.,
Ase. General Pasenger Agent, Passeanor L4et,

Effective May 28, 9o05.

2 Vembulo Train mEIt li

Lv Jacksonville.
Lv Jeaup .
Lv Savannah
Ar Columbia..
Ar Obarlotte
Ar Greensboro.
Ar Danville..

So. Rr
.do. ky
So. Ry
So. Ry
So. -Ry
Ho. Ry
.8. Ry

e. 84 No. 20 North and Weat. He. 1

9 10l
11 40M
1 20p
6 SUp
10 2Ap
1 183

7 b~p
10 40p
12 fil
2 10p

Ar RshmoDd So. R 6* b 6 42p
Ar Lsohbor S. o. R 4 84n 4 2)p
Ar Obarlootville So. Iy I 8Ia 4 oIp
Ar Wulbinston.. Bo. Ry 9 S0 60op
Ar Baltimore P. K. R. 118Dm 11 S2p
Ar W. Ph'deli P.R R. 1 1p 28 k
Ar New York P.R.R. 4 lp f 80t
No. 86--"New York and Florida Ex-
prm." Dally Pullman Drawing Room
lnoping Oar Pon Tampa sad JJasson-
vill* to Now York.
No. 80-'"Wshlbsto sand Florida
Limited." Daily Pullans Drawlng
Room 81opieg Oar Jakeoaovillle to
Now York.
Thrngh **eb LM of th 8kty" 10. s

Lv Jaekesville, Fla S- yI
Lv sesOama, Goa...... .

Ar Know.Ib, Tena. So. Ry
Ar Loee lls.. .. So. By
Ap eel.".. Q o.l

7 U~P
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No 3.-kvy h me. Drawimg
Room adDeso"I8l ar between.

Lv Jacksonville, Fla..
Lv Jesup, (ia. ...... .
Ar Maon, 'Ga....
Ar Atlanta. Ga.
Ar Rome, Ga
Ar Dalton, (ia
Ar Ohattanooga, Tenn
Ar Legington, Ky
Ar Cneinnnti. O

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LT Oinolenati, 0. Big Four 48
Ar Chl o. IIIll Big Four 7 10a
L e Cinsnati, 0 Pa Li es 8.
Ar Ohicaso. Ill Pa Liane T71
LC Osetnmaum.O 0.... 1 D. 84I
Ar Chieao. III MNooo 71
L, Cineinnati. 0 C. H. & D. 64-
ArToledo. 0 .C.H.A&D. &Of
Ar Detroit, Mieh P. M. 17
Lv Oioenlal, 0 .. Pa Lines 8;
Ar Pittborn. P ..Pa Llamee S
Lv Oinelnnti,. 0 Big Four u0p
Ar Olewvland. Big Fear *41
LT Luinlaton, Ky .. o. Ry. &p
Ar Louleville, Ky .So.. y. 18
Art a. Loots. No So. Ry. 7tKB
Ar Aaistoo, Ala So. y. 49 A
Ar Birlmlagam, Ala o. Ry. 114s
Ar Mephbs. Ten ......ria.
Ar KMa OCItyNo IFrieoo 94
Mempks, Tens ..... sUp
HoBt S riea Ark ..... ......... W
No. 18--T1h Florida Liaalsd."
Dally, Solid vestibe trail, thregh
dayr ombes aMd Pullma
Osm, Jakseaville to OlMelati.
No. 1S-Pullma Dera RLoe
Slepnag Oar betee* Ja vitte,
irmilgam, Miompkis,. Kans Osily
bad 0olorodo prinp.

From New York. Washlagto e,te -No. "Waablinogto ad Florida Lel-
rm Neow York. Weabglaito. eto.-No. N. "Washington and Florlda xE
pre." I dop. a.
F ooseM(-ati. AAeville, ete.-No. 9. "Washington amd Florida Lbi.
itod," d0 ia. .
Pie Oblea OlaO NoStl. Atlate. ete.-No. 14. "Fla. Llmlsd."'Is*a. m.
J. C. m ,, LM4**S U.oPm e At, .1 W. A. Ba1Is lasseals., o ,.
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L Sgoal iftt !atet Ruasig! The
ba-mpm Speed Writes of ta Word
goe the Payfoie Moer Fay.le isa
a te swville, tvas amy eUthr meekiae

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Savannah, Col um

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The Stste OlwAmNo of Oounty 0Cm
miselnW s at Omlande Fremrv

,now 0*le,**.
Is, q0--sq Yb. Ulu 1
p* to 2%tUn. to"
Od ose J D w -the 0 fta
te suse Ooovesloen of to 0 f
10|lllukMrs of ehabe Tond o
G*od Roads CovenaUtos, opme wish
bqp la ssemaes.
O0 of th ImwMs festes l M he
isestsi ag oe k O dliewlag prsamblo
m44 et a WM I mlerty;
s"ad Msdlshmllls ibl wore mnl-

WhmgM, I1e ewis Legllsteur. of
hte lee0 yoaid ho. i shlkd ll hi
*0ahlM ami l lai, w" amed ti nhe
31 ae 1b1 ill4 s ad phwvidd for Ihe
I '11 b ish of a Sso1 Ulverslsty;

SWhIenI The lostion of seek Inetl.
S tieom 0 of vital Importaee so @very
i ellose of ow 1 ea S and should be lo.
"s. d where Misenil, mor a sad roll.
gles O tisesems of he asma altsy to
strea sMt eAlhy; sad-
heeas W The elty of Oladnevlle* Is
he hM boe of h Grl-sebor of Florida's
sheeb-4ohe isl Floridas S imry,
sad sho aid eliy sto heosi lyl i.
bd wish a deep sad wholesom
edeeMtMmel seoslment, sad Is meest
tm the g ipphistl oseaer of t state
ad the easter of the popolaslie;
therelfon, be Is
Resed. Thal welre ooavisood the
*dauedoIal hIsserafthe gaete will
S be beWs premed sad S he mIal, e.
IIgeem asd Iltolloeeoa Iralag of her
mse best eMawed by loessing he
IMM UVlverisy Is lb. esMl Yof
oel4ved. Thallow reposifully *rse
upm Ihe Ies Board of Miae lrs bhe
Mleeole of she oely of OGainevll* for
she letolio of the tle UnilveMity of
Resolved, That aloopy of the res.
oloslise, sped by theIodalmaes of the
satellm sad s sstd by s** ooe
Iory tkhroof, be hrsmomlMeod to she
Board of Mlsafer whom appointed by
the GOove or.
People of Seovo:Mle Pond Will Celo-
beat1 the'Olorious Fourth.
The goud people of Seven Mile Pond,
I the West End, with usual patri.
otiem, have deeded to hold a big pie.
asic o the Fourth of July.
Seven Mile Pond is located, as the
name ludiostes, seven miles north of
Willoetod. The settlement is one
eomprioed of emertllo sad wlde*awake
itllseas, and there is no doobt but that
this plooelo will be crowned with the
same siueesso M former similar oa"*.
A oerditl Invitatioa is extended the
peblite. Lt everybody ooe*, bring
well*tlled baket., iand enjoy a day's
setlne1. There will be speaken of
pemilMe sad She diy will be
pased Is a manner btoomlg the oe -
at1e1. Tbre wlllibe athietle games
of all blade i* emme*lia with the
speslll with fste uSmer>f baseball.

eo That Lake ia 0. K.
S.The bes eeidoee thai the peIple ef
l ab -me ,y e all righ for Oteeo.
Sal lI. the mastst of ihe se base
sal eVi- lettefremNMe. T. 3.

mt & l al -pWas~e d mom o thee
asiofs. Mr. Lam |. mwel .Mbi |

ob sbeam f n elwamWoe I"".
j~ owPsOOh oflakeM smallwal
I*h"U o eshr Giestmhe. mmd a

vebas a~dftelameiv ealen ml

ad e dso weassho.

now. *Mawa in I J

I A.J. powk No
6 hAV am oksm

lBy Guarded Dlfe "1" 11atNgref9
During a v t ti Rfrie.l )in the W
country Sir ll i V In -kiti had .tn aoil. -S U t27
a@lventurIe with b, "" .. hndwLth he lie5oYWto

bound which l.i. ai i e try:u.s, eey u4ldgwoungdendg e do atw rkIwou
fo lowed Mrs. ii rlst,e faitrt. the it i try pi tmo ualtaIem i a lod sol t lto ilk a n .
brary. He jonbhtd ,y without cr Abew eigM aaths ago Iabaid to a tal I B
3097o and pnocv1(i dP until It rewhtilN mytbed,suftrihg withpI a m4 5Uit-
the lady, whwi1n 1it. ,., a-;.' P 11 withber'lg dwo pa lm s ltns
"Ole wo love advance. Ili th.n .aur.ufilly took theh g t &Ma M mi6aw heemuSso.U
LLs oMfon sense. eh f of her direct wt s hsm ,antiuat ad tm Wl~fOmMndl ntfa
S& Uet OZOMULSION is bearrie uItl ke r t t ran tie. Is 6adgladth M h r
6 1 41TI~~ ~Son" for grown-ups, te tairs and to arden, whfn h, leto Artlas6 m oIsd t w,
e g" h wute of lesh. It makes go the dress aftagupf'asL auhtere.%t- ey. In a few weeks I was ouml o bed sad In hmes m othhs meI
plea@ l MAiod. For pale, feeble ed spectator. In b oett h al ad irom-
pft b the S hee nourisher at life's But before ~JPsMta from Mrs. than I had boss l.
I0Mo. It u wres Consumption when Harilslee and t le I W aklllk ttO g Ithaeadoewow,
16;Mbu hi tie. All druggists sell it- her I felt ry L inthe borbound's t adomenow
o uts and St.oo the bottle. Let us It wAs. for I" uto ptitouch nothing ai k e dgam 'ept ln.
I y0o but his formlilatie faung. so soft was pefect health.
FrM aiml M kllf t I mill te 0 to o, f hl ., that I wa only Wine of caul mIsla id .w r
Write letter or postal to Just cou by now am d wasithe n (h isW ntlnt e f( a lotood b *.0 1m"
S OZOMULION CO. reminder. I know niuals. to ll to wl to_....... sos oin oiwi
SPlne Stret4 NMow Yorl, attempt to withdraw It. and I pirew' rv- i rr math i this l ed -dM ,. w
ed a calm more wonderful than I could m lote and _rith y without oBatall md w. l
SPEIAL RATE TO BUFFALO. have given myself credit for. 0f Win ad yourS
POIAL RATE TO BUFIFALO. While I woo, wondering what the ka y- m hm. eMh a a bo wm aM
St Proceeding might be Mrs. Hart- dmlhl d.
Vie Seaboard Air Line Account gS* stone beqed ine to be quite easy and
slen of a. P. 0.a. on so account to show any opposition
The Senboard Air Line Rallway haa to fQh dogsa proceedings. in which case
beom desinasted by she Florida Elks' sie pmiwosed that he would lead me
Assoeelasio as their offielal route from gently to the other side of the law
Fibrida so tShe Orad Lodge sioan aSd leave me without doing tbe least
Bt1al0. IS it s.b desire to operate a As I was b ing led away Mrs. Hat-
Florida Elks' spoelall rain to leave sa I said: "I e atly a he wristm.
Tamps a s p. m. July ith, and Jak k.He oIs Melou of your talking to e,
sevilIle 899A. m. July96b. The tranla nd any one who doen so be leads TIU I N L I1 I
to eoeiAle of dialaning, bggae ear sad away to thb other side of the garden." (IXxooc.r x stedl .'
drfwle room Pullman eleeporn Having conducted me to the reot.
tNhagh to BaSal6o without oheae. est spot be c~uld find. be opened his E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
The reeto of travel will to via Se fod b" "lnrd t'letsed off, mu w pl- Awbetrseu of Title and fall information furnished reading laads Is tht
bead o Bihmoead, pslag through tedw his tailbwtrormtteace. i soonty. Our manager has lived in this eount tirty yon ad, Coolumbia, Camden and is w inee. s thoroughly eonvermans with land titles.
Rl4eigh k R. F. & P. to W bhlamtoo. YOUR DAILY TASK.
ead Pe0s. I. R. Washlngto to But. E E V OY L
falo. Oly seovaly.lfv paemMe rn are na *W e Y whte esl to s t with t- *
required to meeare this speoolal train All War nsrwers Imet*. FIRE, AOCIDEIT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBURAJI. Rope.
services. It make all the difference In tihe 0mting a dlumbr of prominent Amerloa and En llish ompaMaIo,
Rounadtrip ates to Buofalo sad re.- world t 'results whether you come to RAL ESTATE AND CITY LOASM.
tor from Gaoeville,$o,.6. your work every day with all your =a P.r.M. -- 3 . *
PamaprI from Miami sad Key power Intact. with all your refacun--
Woes will re-purhaseo as Jeektoavilll. mip to the standard; wbether you came
Ttroure Pul an*slpn forB.with the entire man, so that h you lT rT- 1
Through Pullman sleepers for 1.1. sing your whole life into your task, a
falo will positlvly "leave Tampa at 8 with oly a iart of yourself; whether
p. m. July 8tb and Jacksonville 9 a. yoe do your work as a giant or as a e I
M., July 9th for the Elks and their pygmiy. Moot people bring only a small I-EALERS IN-
frinad0. Soure your Pullman sleop. part of tblmselvmi to tbeir tasks. They -)EALER 5I--
log ear s*paD W ow. criple much of their abllty by Ig- ena I la a. O o to
Tiskeorae oaleo at raiel named for Uir Ilvlug. bad bbllatd s In t tlng and Ind
all tralsMiJaly sib. h sand 10th. but JurltOUs food, ok at leep, dissipation e
la oder Io rel Buffalo for the open- to r oth r tlly. T do otwome Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walr=s
lg eMone asFk lor sleplag ear rese. men. A part of tbemslves and ofea Leather in Strips or Sides.
valsai os the Florida Elks' Spellal. a large part to somewhere elas. They
A day la Walhingtoo 111ht1-1einR left tbeir a'nergy where they were try- Manufatures of the J ig Imprved En
and visiting the government buildinlo las to have a ood time. so that they anuacurer of the James Doig I pr ed English
huas beoarrnged. bring weakness listed of power. In- Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
8Sop.oersorf ton days. within final differe'le and dullness Instead of ea- GAN S ILLE
limit on all extended tickets, has be. tba..mud rtnea, to the perform.- GAI VILLE, FLORIDA, U S A
arranged on the return trip at Phila. an",' oI the most important duties of _
dephiaBaltimoreAnd Wahinu thbelr Ilvek' Thie man who comes to his
dAlphit, RaBtimor and W hinton. work In the rning refeed Ian- C L Y D E L IN E
A trip to New York ean be taken in suM an.l cannot do a good. boa -
conveniently on aide.trip rates of $4 st day' work, sad if be dragp rotten
Philadelphia to New York and return, days ilno ihe yer how cam be expect a
good *Ix days. somnl .-arwr or a enucceoful aelterv
The Ilorida delegation will be per. meutI
sonally eoaduesed by James F Taylor. w lowok I Soot etifly a quetoem
traveling passenger &ent of the be. of will Iwer. Often this Is ImpaIrted
btird, Tameps, Fla. by a low ihys ll stadard. 'bt qual-
It tyof the woqk eiont te up to blsp
Fer sleper reoevrration or other In. water malrk whoa very uao, vlry
formation write 8. C. Bolelsoe. Jr,, ruactiom and evrwy bit a ifew ablji
pa1Penl r awent, or A. O. MaeDomell, is aetmads by year Iytol saf mw bit
assistant geseral passenger gemt. eedbitiun. Ye oua be g aD Mat y" I". u
Jaeksonville, Fla. weakness. whatove t lb iesw, w aw aV 3 w
pea In. your i s. V, wet,,,er w ,t to ,rJack nville and New York, '
A Thousand Dolear' Worth of oeed. maklag bookUa igf r a Sm., eMC Ca ia C RSAMi N L sT, 8. tLh way o
"I barve been aaieted with k6lid ey lo or HI'dlt l. Il M . tt w
sad bladder trouble for year, pa ssingasS tws S t N s t ld tN CEn nd southern Line
grav e l with mS *** Olyde New England and Southern Lwteh e e
kaowa eoml operator of $ufale. 0. "I D)1st Sn'eS eSwems JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON sad
tot uo relief from medletlmeo asl I be. PROV-1]pIOTC e All oteom Pola.,
gaM askiag Fotley' Kidaey Omr; thea C MI I CoIlin Okelesm boah ways.
the rel wa- arprt i,. A few doses 1 6 tM T- 1 T-W.1LT R A TT.TAIL gIG
stred the sbeame V l -u--shbe d ......................... w' W ,
sad mew Iha1 o pal ear ea my kad. I e nhkemd:.................. Fosm e of Ca herine is.. JaebseS h
ee adllIlMkeas ewa* m. Is halI Bae the
ee m 0w of -gu ed." oley's I i.e a

Ordl A O. dewe se Jj _tjAcaWMorNYLL3 and SANF Mon
Summer Tesir tates Via Attanth msan am at who as De B .llaad) and I

wme wers mWhso&ases.ea h oduis41 e- s o Oft awea m .M NNW- 60 'W a
~~ s......A- um -smr e bmtoat gs fI uMelCAZVOW
nt oim It.*9 iwsMr: sve hve to b o'ASW..
beee" as .,mg aImmm yobetf ohott mmPb.. .
she@ se.- -1bwto01O m *4Ipw IDIafIDd alle- wwuu(SeLmJ
whe soea. Iftaal eea i t ft ame0*a i* e ambl" .... ...........
raw TIcKET oFWICxauwRA

11"M Order orJo
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K Hppeninp From Variou
SuSection of State.
Tranepiri he Land of Flowers.
S ,illed Down" to Suit the
S'Je:r-Items of Interest to

PiPer tv,' a n w ; t, p* ant

SJackso vi:;e .... !. : i.. ;Iroperly
the 4th of 'u y
S* Mrs. Sarah FHie ry i. dead at Lake
Olty, aged ,'et years
OcalaS i!l nave.the greatest Fourth
Of July ce*-lebration ever.
West Palm Beach is taking steps to
S create a special tax school district.
The water from Punta (iorda's arte-
slan well is said to possess medicinal
Many of the fr:it growers in Dade
eoonty contemplate putting in irriga-
tion plants.
The Masonic orler of Titusville is to
i have a building of its own fora lodge
room and parlors.
Fernandina is steadily improving
and is one of the be@t towns in the
S tate for business, asine oaideed.
S Pnts Gorda would give a steam
laundry considerable busielai. should
some hustler open up business there.
Z A. Leggett, serving a ten years'
sentence for murdering W. 3. Collins,
L:. has been set free by the board of par-
At the State Epworth League oo-
rentinn held in Maldiloa lat week
Rev. Frederick Paseo was elected pres-
Roll Ba e of Kisslmmee. shipped a
solid trainload of eastle to Tamps for
the Caubo market. The whole lot was
for beef.
Work has bees eommoeed em the
aew depot of the Seaboard Air Lime as
Taflablsee. It will be ta np-to-date
OGe. GOllebrit gave a eity block to
the messy akeool board for the loea-
r ties ofaseh l hoae at Aroadla. A
good ac, Mr. President. *
.After a abseMeo of two years. Pea.
man Jobhaom, sa escaped emavtet, was
captured by Deputy Sheriff Poppell
and returned to Tallabaesee.
Ch Oh. B. Jefferson has beeo elated
president of the West Palm Beab
El-otrie and ole Company, la plaoe of
his father, the late Joseph Jefferson.
N. Bmith, Sr., of West Lake. fell out
of his hoson a few days age and seri-
ooely ajijared his back Mad meek. The
ne e of the undue haste is not known.
Supt. R. E. Hall of the Dade eomety
sebools will assue ina september the
S firt number of at magsiN sto be pb-
S lisled monthly In te latereet of their
Dade eaoaty -shoohls.
* The Volumea Cesty 1aesd ts to
Iave a new bolldlis *er e hi tohe
q uear future. It will t the property st
S B 8. Prevstt. proplteref tha paper,
sad an orasment to Delmnd.
S Mr. R. J. Roes., livng 35t K
o of Deaaveture h a i- thnioe hidm
S math of Roekledp, eemmtedi Met*
do- Seday monilg by atheeln ke,.
.eou, dlalela a woed Is t*e* eu

viletwher. Nom enb I m ees hr Se

Tlhe sthle of tasdhs be smaie
lr the eaer ooee the o nml the af
slbe of Aleh Webge r ea ass
I-- g- --rtf mr eefU- e----

gepcemheV as aOrdabs low
pean op na dkmoe.Rftearnhos
hem is he papeswood d. #w


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Welcomed to England by Their Ruler
and Wife.
W\hi.or, June 30.-King Edward
arml (Jueen Alexandria gav, a haiy
LB "telcomet this afternoon to 1t. t a
nadian women and the 17> :,nui!ersI
of th "('anadian m&ajufa1"n ss- Food to work
clation who arrived frontm \ I, n a aii. *as to
S; Quebec and whoea presnie at Wind On IS food t live
sor klastle was commau Id I fcr todla.
The palty was met by ag' pro on.
e vided by the klin and ",- -iuown th.'
Victoria mauseoleum an.i d'.- A1. A man works to
The vialtora were then it, <, 0, ii. ont i* l*
east terrace of the ca-i: .y 1 lIVe. He must lv
Smlajestiest. the klag Sa'..i~.u that ;Ito work.
could hear: wor.
Welcome to Eip'at:,!d.
"Weltomt -to\ nd,,,, He does both
"I hope )oiu will :1 :1t o .r vi-b:
to the old courtry." better on
e The vieltors thena snng :) .national
anthem.He. T. Uneeda Blscult,

Absolutely the safest and os( o- Muge Task. th sd c
nomical powernow on themarket. All It was a huge tk o ,mindrtake the the soda cracker
slaes-14 to 2D horse power. Write for eure of such a bad case of, kidney dis-. h
prieto. ease as that of 0. F. Collr of that contains in the
This engine is not a "Jack at all kt, Is., but Eletario Hitters did it.
trades" with dynamosor beatteries and H writes: "My kidnry were so farmost properly bal
sndry triers to keep you "paed,"ost properly l-
but it I a Cracker Jack" to do your gone, I could not all on a clair without anced Droportions
work, and no mistake. Sold under full a cashion: and sufferedI from dreadf ul
puarntee or yuar money back. Sinm. bake khe, headache, and delpresion a greater amount
plicity Itself. In Eletrlo Bitters, however. I found a
GEO. W. MOYERS coe, and by them was restor d to per. of nutriment than
.. ft health. I reeommtnd this great f d
iw l toon e medicine to all with weak kid. any food made
do---- neys. Iver or stomach." (.uarstate. f
do so. one tieeoaslderably injuriun by Ill druglists; pro e. fr m flour.
the Jailor, Mr. 1app. bfoe" .
Walter Farrell killed William Gandy **What," aaked So youth. "was the
Saturday by cutting his throat. The happteat aomeat f your life?"
report ie that the men were eappled "The happlest moment of my life,"
in bring a well sear Madleoa, whenoaswe red the eail of Ba6evtlle, "is yet
Farrell aecoWd GOady of spitting on a
him. OGady replied that It was ani. Wben do -" Y'ou ect It?" queried the S i
tentional. After they had quit work l pto aak tool di yooC U i
Farrell approached Gendy from be. t e~ repliel the philosophy diapewme.
hind and drew a knife across his throat. -cieag Newa.
Farrell escaped.
In the criminal court at DeLtad the itenw Now.
Daytona liquor dealers pleaded glluilty After all. wbata ( useT No as
and werefned as follow: 8. E. Morris tS hbow b e sre y flat. we lose i
sad Thos. H. Keatlag $10 and east Nsnn Inth6 | Iwe are
**ach or sit meath; L. B. Armetrengh w.tebetly betal so matter how ATIOMAL BISCUIT CONMW
850 and eoste or six months; Charles mg we mre ia s public eye. witit
Williams, $16 and eeats or six mouths; tO weeks aft er death we are teeoo
George H. Matthews. 150 iand enetsor desd to be talbi about. The1n i
alsx months; W. F. Oillie. Jr., 180 0and ly s m t f la world, and that i I
costs or six motbhs; Henry Hamilton, Iw.--Lawm e (N.) World.
colored, of Midway, Daytona,. 175 ad
ostes or six months; (o. tSesdhouse,& o
Ormod,. aenemee a suspded duipi o ra-o o1ur
good behavior. agest? Twg eTrWvetl-Well. It pe-
.......... .t.t whe toe ni-w.are gtara-n I
That Tired Feeling. ,"W mt M OT --O, li
If you are languid,depreted. loump --- -
able for work. ;t Indleat. that your Aute Rheumatism.
liver is out of order Hrbine will a#- Deep tearing or wrelhingl Iasins. ,e-
eist nature to throw (o headaehe. eassioned by gettin **wethrough. woroe
rheomatism sad ailments akin to ter* when ast est, or on ~st rimnsvi the
vousaes and restore the energies and limbs, sad In sold or damp w*aii.her, ,o
vitality of soed and perfect health, eared quickly by Hailaid's Soow I.ii.
J. J. Hubbard. Temple, Texas, writes meat. 0lar Oeon,, 1Otbeoi City III .
"I bave meed Herbie hor tbh pet two writes. Peb. It, l W': "A year ago I
year. It haadone me teo pod tha, was treebied with a plIa n my back i .
all thedoete. It s the bet *edi- It soon mot so bad I would rnot n1lnd t mbltmn 1071
oiee evr made for Ilia nad fever." ever. One bottit of Btllard' s now
M0o. Sol by W. M. Jebaso. lalamet eoared me Sold by W. M1.
-GeneralS-yn..of.La. a F. : ID I TTO *N &, CO.
Pitttberg, Jane M.-'**he health I IA 7 c
day's masse of the gamsel fpeas of.
Amertea .eevened teday with te.
u.M- Ne.s 8i-:t, atm- i^* Special : Occasions
maer we ata tta he -to T g l IA Ag sea eec urn Verega s at bfff

Sag ApeS N the total recat TWO TRAINS DA LtArrST.
vwer ass a euw toao..e e. in, * : h' G. I"E8ViTj LB a WLOP. T1 ) A
Ieselve dem sI.amu s-,h a+ ......
S e amh T Sae m sale Jnd H Ee r-,-Mr.
tS o t1slp Ms seede I, so $iai; sp g H
s. hes sh ,,g ..s ,-- S. .e. 235 W, Bay St., JACKSONVILLI, FLOIDA.
le,-3, 5e1a s J i., te 1w me_ cevu. Ie, saM a -wgb-y rqaied s --se .ied ewly I thmibed.
beinse be O a u melaa asdscs. l1etedIe i N am .e...

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B 'enters o
t, ut man
tha'ory anm
CUIeie at we
caud e tu Fl

Olug t 4 lea
ia. T'e p
Was the l'ia
"llpon the wi
a still
i ch te
wpa drawn
S batllW
In slated
the excel
two e
wahimee a
varied aeeor
roWd e or the Im
er. In the Pla
sides were twen
l, while on theI
at Peretola
y as sixty eac
players were require
geuati blood or such
action and rank laI
arms. Each man ha
iMbed reputation and
and possessed of a
"In addition to t
were presidents.
Judges, an umpire,.
i1elais, all 'without
of the city and courn
The estumes of
tight Mtti g drawer
silk, with feathered
embrloidered in gold
bshoes were worn. T1
vied kit1 four cl
whose places were
lile ad whose work
ball in play; halflA
bind the forwards, .
the ball to play: thl
who were strun ti
straight on the h1.11.
placed at the fiag'.
stop the bell Ilasaing

Ihae LInllrse Iomend h lildreem e*.
am W 0. itillg om That( IlanMd.
*eiall' the g11 by Away Iack ;,. thie hart of Jamaica
two the Italy we found ait I'y s-l,'hiilbounw, ad, hbav-
.a" 'GM Its hil big a: 1deirI to vixit A native school. we
GQrte? A det1t ialhl frin iuir op i carriage and
' 'VOaebly not more rn'l,'1, ti',,i thi* slhr.
eL by football e "Iiut tlii thi' halod claaing of a deep
SRuy foot tol.-1l 'l iI a tae .na by "almost
sV to thank Flor- str rt ed ir frim tiphe and then out
Ia invention of the d| SIlatroductloti It.i anrid olors of'cotoplexio from a light
Rugby school wa1 shui lih of tan to a dusky black.
About 1.'17. It wTa It wats recess. we WPr told by thl
results oif twlut haii, ljleasant faeid colored man who proed
orentlie ur T'iu1mn:ii to be the teacher and who astwed as
which set ti late Ila Into the schoolroom and after ullh
ine. Not otiytidkl swearringr found a ouple ef mpty
e over asnl 'ttle IB chairs for us to alt ipot. TWM rInu
t learning and ere. wapartly llUed WOt lmes hewmqw.
ly lVrentluoes ver. with a colitinuous le defki In fir.ont
d practice of polite of them. After ame tiei' luu.o4
41. .The gale of 11 and Mgirs treo id 11to their iaw-tn
orence by way of tomed imate, at the ringing of the irrent
nf the sort bod fig- bell in the trm.
* important games As there we nDo clean whiA we oi
principal Floretoetlo sired to bear more than another th/,
ss dl SaMta Cree. smanlet children were told to rel|wat
all of tbh Ptnalo tihe alphaett. 'This they did while sit-
I to be mom tihe k ting on tbelrbard seats.
line dividlig tha Here Is theiralphatet word for wordl.
acro es pM as afterward procured from wa nplive
ae ot leatbhr e, C lawyer, for we could not understand
bla o ld apper- fully every word asebe children |pro-
t sim, weight and nounced them;
hall ai today A n I fer Assi'cin, look how hkn tank
d Ii otn-y. P I t igi fi' liturkra. very bad man.
Id a filatdly con' in,, 'ui. name Marlai
qmal sidei of play- I, fu luiipi... him eyes shia Ike fiAre;
Mrsm and schipra ': In fu K*l. him Iive In the terry;
The number of r taun fu Fhhidlle, him play so sweet and
ldifng t the slie of 0 ta i fu tLtibnor, him live in king house:
iportancv of the ro- i1 tai, for old Ilarbor, place poor, like
ma di Santa Croc hurrh mouse;
Stai for ti'ntleman. very well bred;
ty to twenty-.seen J tan lior John Crow. him have peel head;
public ope sports K taln for Kalalko. sweet when him blled;
they totaled as I. tan for Ilisard. him have a green tall;
S iit taun for Monkey. look 'pon his faee;
.b. Originally tlhe N ia1 f,1r Nanna. him hat trim with lae,;
Pd to be of noble or t Itai for Eh-phant. look on him lnout;
as had ganled di.- P tan fur I'lali k (owl). at night him cornme
the profelson f ta, ft r lfo t ullattle (piece of money). "beg
d to be of uiblemi- ti. ali. one, pleame.
I of graceful figure i tan fur Ratta. him tiptoe 'pon cheese;
e.ompllshed ian-. i tan for Snake. him lib in the grass;
T tan for Toadle, him forward sad fast;
I' tan for I ncle. please tell him "how-dy;"
he actual players V tan for Vervine, make very good tea,
Standard lWarer,. w X Y. I really forget;
pages and other Z. old Zetbdee Mending his net.
reproach, worthy WThis achievement caused the fare of
rteous In manner.' the teacher to shine gloriously.-New
the nla. r we*r York 'Trtblle.

rs and tunies of
I capa, all richly
and sliver. Leather
ibM teams were dl-
lasses: Forwards.
near the dividing
k was to keep the
eks. stationed Ish-
in order to return
ree-qoarter backs,
kker and playedi
1and goal keelprm.
or boundary, to

Rudrnrd Kiplilg.
"Mr. KIpling." writs a fellow pas-
segeir to '4ip1 Town with hilm, "IN a
small. well knit man with a finely
4baped bead and a keen. happy fare,
fnll of that alertness which one would
naturally anticipate from bis writings.
He Uha a thick browu ustacihat-, very
aillaDy touched with gray, and beavy
dark eyebrows. and bhe always wears
,Md ribumed spectacles. n,, dresses
Nfootably and neatly and Is grullty
et ame of those extravagant until.
ia usuallyy Itdulged In by distla-
#gllWl poets and artUMts. He did not
4dapay a great deal of energy on
bod. Once or twice be was eeu
pilag rubber quoita with Mrs. Kip-
1g. Mar* often he was pecing the
deck. talkIag or alttlg quattly reading.
Sometimes be wrote in the smoking

A plsemet toees5ee.
Senstor oerwdge was serbtalg a
p"coeeles fItt gtrl.
M showed herB poeeity lh othel
day." he iM, "1 a qestoin, that ahe
inked aw.
-"I ad aM id Iber I s seem of as
eassatatiMl mn metal Mhmtei :
*ow eM WaM p am to weh
was bres tis ISU
M e amil aw d aim :
Was Oe pem sIm a i or e wow

A man Is eullal Umans1 e, eg4o.
to the Kasas Oty sei l. ta ad m
bte wat his wite -a b I
wfit his Bsnter-l-w. She e
died. On the day of to 1 W i-l
issrtaterst="l is p s1 is
thP Mae barkt wtt his maHbeebhvDl.
The man as ,ed
I west ride with bar." aM1 h.
"b ,M M iMst." ,Mpite1 Oe Wa
iamo *The other hrt fmse ar e Ag *
*TWetl f I mWst I wl." *so so
-. '*tlt iit IIIl take sway o" Osa
gs e "of tho trip "

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As0b1111n is111: A j11
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Op*emlm the simple Tamsel.
On April 2 the first trains ran
through the Mimploo tunnel. Engillneer
Brandau, who bad directed the work
ou the tunnel, took the train Itl fruit
the Italian aide and reached the Iront
door which had bewn erected to lstop
a flow of hot water and whilh still
kept the tvo BetIlos sasunder. 1 re-
etilly flie train froin thet wl. sadl was
litarl I'.)n t the doe. By ucanst of
haainimrlnig tlie two partly comamuini-
*'ate-l with '-anb other, and in a few
bitiittlte tlhe (t)I r witi kiiim. L',il tl' i, t
1ii1l tIle' ttiiiI'l w t latllcm l, li. to e gine'r In 'charr' if lihe
work ouI tie Nwies side. shook hand
wlh it r i r. lrandau Bnds pilayel the
Nwiss aotutHiwi ail Ute Itallan royal
marci. The Italian ishuop emubraced
the Swiss bl" hp. who then preacleud ia
ihlitrt ermruii and asked (,od ti>laasslug
on he t el l theti siallte hutuan ts gA
will and gxod lahor w'hleh It iprep
senta. was a dramatic, and devot
lumuliiratom of a great work In which
the whole world t laterested. The
fnoral opemng of the tuael will Iito
ot-tir for some mothbs.-Touth's Cow-

AnAm Wle to O~tinnr.
James Wbimcemb MIUymy* that the
most &sousing character that ewver
tame withfun his pereal obeevatlinm
was a Squire.Roberta of lApser. MkILa
Althouigh the squire w as ewdlm to
the i bete*& on bem hsugoisqa
jutwke of the poem bp Nhe made adltm.
at fag"e dot he O ardu
Wowilf "- the amigimal andftes.yox
clualvely mastrlmesmal OPSIM Grew
mangwerate." hAms 0. bow s@Von'ob.
mOur4 ned m is 08matry theehis at.I
SVew au s toOw ft"Xaanw ak
haudlun& "W whereeam Oswuve
lest IsO ewal," ad Ohon& so fr-
ther -aes doimt -a m bambof Sig
Vpad.brldemW ada ea wmmIl
wev Nfe.mtanpem has nd to a" a
Or MOTT ksd," Mr. MW 4"00Of
follw a w wo OW alwa h Oa
reawrtab"how ho~e &@N
9"souIN- boo Is: -Kainwmb N@
plinply boom* "d 4 g~
PrsM% 'wemes. tlaw

m"4$04aOw bw lowI"a s
00"d do-18 to m "NI *

alddegrus fromueam e
f wwqIUwe, a* ah
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L~rat toeMin p'EeS.mi..LOW RATES
John A.lPutter, on wbpse lad colud
was linst discovered In t'alifoniaia iii
1848,was uiwalf ierai to liste 'ii-dI(. Vi Li'%jH'--Vjj0& -hvl
"Durlog the winter t of186". facmerainto
was a inamsi. and iuaibagsediithe had Railroa~d.
just wecu diud." mp Thiomfas E Far-
lM's -Gioy Huntere of .',ti'iriuia.''PIP fi'i'v.t iglow roli'. !.rp )roktep
"('ue eveduffuButtes mnditi afriew'mad bsfrom: .a'?o VIcpaAr in .t11s
&m Indulging a litte turn ff4-oly in the Nun il tiad %%*,it src ie Ic'II effect ou
cmup. and they were takhiug in Proll be dte-.,h'i rqticut'l o ae "inlg for the ulght, when the fromtaict hr ji mo
friienad Ioertently fell Iiit.' ie 'of the I.'~l N',r~.~ ie*t )
newly dugec-nuais. '1 vaItimst hl 'cult.'i m, aa .nt'ul yulo IAIr4.
9' ~~~leiti Catcarit. Cr''iihttt-imiald'tFair...

-4 .m w ...i.. -. IV t
ed down at his lon luiky frib.til. 'but I
can (co111n down and sit ith you.' Aud
hbe did."
sympalbeqle Olntmrnl. u
An old time quack e' "i.yumpiathetie olatment" :.'. rtilig to
the following precriptim n T"ke minwq
of a dod Nman's bed, t4wo n,: man's
girca4., one oe.: amtMMin. mRn's bleod.
of ,rah halftan oac.; ll losil oi)l. twea-
ty-twoUce.; oyle IO.f etMM le>ranlnlek,
of eaih an one. Bet 1a t hogetber In
a mortar till itl A k'. nites oynt-
nett; kowp It In a box." Thei nill the
sick person a was thel weapon
with whilrb a n a bad I'i-i mtrh'ken.
Thik he anoluted With t lhte iiittent.
pressft to the woand .sil wits well
agaln. or should hbave levin.

Dy0 famine
I6, in Its torql like dliug of eci.
gumption. The progri os of e(nnom' n .
lion, from 1t bselilnii0g to the vtry
end, is a long torture, hlith to victim
and friends. "11V I had consump.
tioo in firet a writes 9m .
ore of earfoee., Md., "after tryi- 0
fereet medilaeo @mad a good doeo
lail. I as lels took Dr. K ing's
every, eih 4dGlkly and p.
cured aejo Prompt relief andl
oure for coughs old. sure lth
bronohitle. e. itivTell prefven
pneumonia. oarnugeted i ldrul
stores. Prices 60 sad 1 iM ilr l
bottle free.




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S .lpt. L with I t al limit ladaiys,
S 'FIN a I 11 ANk Real Estate, Coonveyancing and Ge-.
certain. dat.e to 3. loket .d eral Praetke. All business promptly
ell>tin dte; ti alInt I NIdlayrt 14, i- attended to. O ne ae t door to UB
date o itsale. i, % v i 1- AM r i.oa .

onunt Intern E' pa .'. i .* iFERD INAND BAYER,
fot-ive till. Aiert" -., P liii* ,l' tu o ATIKRNEY AT LAW,
Julfo80. inclustri linal r.t lrn li it
August 6. U( m.Ks itsl *t Fi.oaiD ,
HUFFALO. N Y -Hate $ :tt w, e-
count Annual Meeting (i~and l.odle (Can .ell your eity property, (Il.
B P. ( E. Tirkets sold ',ily i to ,iot, pruved and uuna imroved), pha phl ,
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seonumn Stlmper School of the hSouih
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September W).
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it- to any poim Nurth ani. We.t .'all
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Si-at W Payar t. JasmeWo. FPI&
Paust boor, bottle and draught. 0t~
fall to emwl Conme when In jaebesvuI.

usol by u eouionanuely Ior .-- -
without a single ailore. If ton A" A
want a piano for a liteliam' l WIFE 0I
servie buy the

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Lcash r tril We 'e t frelibt Wr'e
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P-y compelling hotel to bake the family
bread during the hot summer mouths.
llu? your Head from

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II's a sini of lime,. work ad Wmowy.
rrsh Mrea IdlIhem4 Ral
To all pet.S of % *be ll AlW Oak@,
Pie aud ,vePt othor predueiloi of
the modes'. p'to.-a 1
ake t shop.
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