Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
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.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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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Convict Bill Killed; T, Be .Reowld 20R 0.t t
AIR Atlanta, July The house of rep 30 HOUSES WRi KEO
resentatives settled the convict"u- :e
P ass-. tlonyesterday by putting it in un- erribt Explosio
settled a state, as .It was beforetthe
ure. present session began. In other s. OwlL a
ITEh1D. Wards, the house proceeded, after DISASTROUS POWDER EXPtO ON
; adopting the Candler compromise for
'l enate and the Stead bill. to kill the whole thlig Plant of the United tates Cartrdge

st. itutional majority of C y to
.... *by The Candler compromise. Whidh nd Wounded Said to Numberr at
Sproposed to give any counties. esir- Leastt Seventy.
-"r lreso. tLe option 0of Wrlng H itate of01 ten-yewr. terms and under, was ..e a
tPrcase adopted by a vote of 98 to 71. This an qxploslon of powder in the Uaitiltd
ie house gave that easure one oiore, vote States Cartridge company'a plant l 1
S7to 17 than a constitutional majority, and
the sen. its friends were jubilant. cated between here and Lawrente this

.oted to adopt It failetoto vote t ton *sreet 8u '
r It was whn the vote ws tende e on morning. Bidingsme

Every effort was made by those fa- Twenty deaths estimated ) result.
t Interna- name to vote as they had in the first Houses were wrecked within a quar.
H Bi'oi A latlon* Instance, but one or two of them bad, tc of a mile. Wagonu of all kinds
r open disappeared, and the others who e are being sed as thambuledOS.

Sng the meeting tion was called by Mr. Fielder, of Bbb, n Mdde, sa that an
a l wt a*tee of the In- to the rule of the house which re-. xploaten had t elt at those pont ,
inoo association, quires h every member present l, and oa i dumb erewrce sreporta dam.
9dys' anInual when a vote is taken on o question ad .a umber o. ptta.s reports das
S6 All these shall vote one way or at0ier, I1 ge from the conqn pe ua
b.the exec- When he e result wias i nounced It o TeDpbrto recelvivd by the pol.c and
A o was time for the advocates of the: inquiry at the various hospit dts n the
St i thiet questions Steed bill, who opposed the compro- city mad at U a. indicated that
or IH be that of mise, to give vent to a little exuber- 16 victims taken t. #. Johns hospital
th qogiciao ser. anue, and they did not tall to ex prse probably conioso lt oftthe moet sernt
'ti'ir fee lings in applause OUSy n ed. '-
co*~yerating with The action of 'the house In calling, varal. of these are thought tO have
a'i 0satio such as t ss the Steed bill by ubstitue, y hurt. It wa elved
B ldeoEr, worth e oils the whole measure nd all of the however, rtat at the works, at
I 1S])t Yoeig. People's Union amendments and. substit t t~fred he tm t the t th ou had T n
"dred7olotl ," r to it. .he time o tl he al e timon had beeont
1Vele, e general secre. The senate after two hours' duscus- taled. The kied ntdiurte had a eport
hte I rnteratlio a tssoclation, shon, killed two railroad bills by .gree. evnty.. umber
a t ar g the "Or. to the reports of the committee seventh L
Work theInternational Con- which wore unfavorable to their pass tae | m I ave ben order o t,
Other addresses will b age. In both cases the teSt vote ws t as tst it maintaininE order and
Rev. Dr. N. famillU, presi overwhelmingly against the Ill. iu s 11 ty or-er ad 1
the board of erdeation of the Both bills killed provided for e. The citg pw rtye r w .
Ssu h I pass t he 'Steed bill by. uo4 j L W
-Baptsiat' ventition, and Rev. tension of the powers of the railroad it re v tr-ow t r l
U. tPottS,;-f 4?Toronto, chairman coimmion. .The frt was n d e evey eort o the a.
.. .. 4 p s a l[ .hI a d beeny

hol~de seretarles power to order in sidetracks iea 10 stim foT tompaes of the
heppard, r rs. tares ever and wherever it deemed ; to e a. lam reports to th
:rer wSll^give,' "Glimsdes *order railroads to make physical con fect tt ov 100 on had be-n
t inttye wl giedn "Glm inection with uther roads at the e. k tl. d and InmIured caused wide-spread
inent worrs onthe pr ense of the road not deslring much o'eutisioin. ihe aple..n w" ui-" "1
o o eha rm connection, and profdisg that railhl. n othr a nseonod amter.
t bor. chairman roads be compelled to interchange 1Tis plant of the Vulpted ttes Ot .
SS)ir Ge W c~. ve comB cart wlth all other railroad. ti oaa patto Is l .In A dla..ct
S 11, M. Jr; HeIns, Blsh- Amaamam uoerO I-artoh.. In bry, ust outside ofjA .wtl .
aId RTfuf W. Mil- Montomery, Ala., suly t Q.--At Tha s budjlla In hWe the expldgion
t g6 Sunday school meeting of the board of pardohs the occurred was a toune atrueture about
rt murder in Martoan.g notety; .Ob thS 'of the e artridge 0oCarify. Within .

IT IOue1. sentence of Stephen Batow conviet. diatante oef 0 rards are locate a half
a ed of burglary ia Chtlton county; Ji0m dosen houses. WWitn a bndrad ydsl
av a w.roew Escap Smith, convicted .of murder la there are .0 bousei amOte,; ad
aw eSe t s Laowndes ,county. an4 is the i that ttet bitdinga are "ety s.orth
jt]K.-seven person Will Hudson, Will Jones and tAbe tW gaet -v. r.y rutre witi
Death n a tene. Ileaa convicted of robbery and a. qgartfer tf at mile was toi within id
X~rIlem early today tenced to hang, the board relied without. M4n andr women and c5li
^id hardware store to interfere with the sentence oft te drln who were InMie .O the hou "
of tae 5-story te two Tormer, but reeomenoted Ifte' asttalse -eutu. itnt tW and broe
14 ihth avenue Imprisonment t avenue mrnetto the case of the lat boes i t escape their
x4, numbering ia tsr. Mea who lived io strats natsar away
he Four policemen o .... .. Wc ware.hfortlat oohlgh oi esod
,-d a wild pautio Weavrs Repdort for WeO2 o pleai n Se
nd eoor ypo.lcel Philaotdephia t r a b t hamwavP ovter to wot 7 of r.
eIns d dredlaho npd e a0 u t to i -te

e b- W groped hi 1 s M o, wtion t e ryAJo i I m had A T W ll n ,i t t he "
Sutift-his cool weeks aeg of. th sr pa "-ca t .ores c ,s.aa tb u.trig abo ut

serv e r dteaom arres too he ewp

O er e ts Alle tene mlls i:ten: isett i v* : iW*.4 p o
St l a'pimue.M T.the cDtare 1*aei00 s*W a,ha lt
-Es caps Smhanlelo old 'mre.ourshr ae'0 withesa Iii. ilbl. 444,

m Iunmdred idaho angui, theI b. .e

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el 4 s4u0speded business and was ii i
at IN s^ I I ha ^e tneIh^d HUSBAND IS SHOT
The flowitg are iaong the dead
M]lrs.. W M IR ]i. or ]ivorslde BY ,iEIOUS
James Qa.,nway. aged 9.
Wllh~suFlynn, ,n"aged i"
William-McDermoit, ged 10. itona Aff O t
Miclae Rogers. aed 10, Attlanta, a- i-
M iehael Rogers. aged 10.. ...
All these boysa who were in swim. NVR SHOTS WIRS PIREO
ming in the Concord river. "
Unknown man, driving grocery wag. Jealous Wife of a Wellt Known Bar "
William Galloway. tender Trit to Kill Him.-Only On
Pooe. Shot Hits Mark-Wood Taken to
Lowell. osptal -lI May Dr.
8)x bodles of men, workinir n.v

aumbni- naogtnear o o
powder as rehouse; were recovered. It Atlanta. July 30,-Stepplang Vrom a
was some time before they could bo closet facig the dining roost 1t
ideqntifled. so badly were they disfg- a tt
ured. boarding house at 107 Marletta S"tr,.
Fatally Injured: Mrs. W. J. Wood thts mibraft lKa t .8.--'
John B. SulliVan.. o'clock flred lve shots at her husband
Mrs. Victoria P.rwOuse. W. J. Wood, In view of SO t boarder
-.allagher, a little girt, who were at breakfast,
Mcermtt 11-arod rl. Onlyoe of the shot too t .
Sullivan. teamster for stanley string Wod In the Ub*0*ltOfland in.
Transfer company, badly tnjitred: his iltriui whood lm reslt a 0aI I
right arm wa Apautated at the e- tt. wwt n
idtal, and he last expected to live. ing her mokiag r1 v tito
DoRAMATIC 80ENES IN ROME. the bosom of her dres r. .Woo4
-- left the house. anntoutoln" Qtan a*ItV
Mase$ SaTt For -pritual and Tempo, 'passerby that she had kill: iietOr ....
ral Mnarchs. j, ban4,. and that atme n dtnd Rto ; l
Ronme- July 10.--Rone this 'morning q y officer of the law wh i4 td
was the scene of one of those dramatic to capture her,
contrast which are now so character. Mrs. Wood, it will be remewfbretd,
ettic ot the Etornal City. While at Il the woman who, In her Iti .I .I
the Sistlne chapel, a solemn roquiepi ousy, tried some months ago to aM.ha.
mass was being intoned, with all the ilmatoe Mrs. Mary Ballinger,. sa~'i: -
solemnity the Catholic church can n3- tt* M, In the omo' 0 Mrf Wm ,
pose, for the repose of the soul of tAo Spoer, on Peaohtree .treet,
X(4a, the spiritual monarch who claim. Immediately, after he wa. s.OAt Mrf
ed Rome as his capital, another and Wood staggered from the dini 0 room
no leas solemn requiem mass was h*a door, itp which be was sta ding, up the
ing celebrated In the magnificent Pan. steps to the front of the house a d
theon fortlM*repos of 'thq soul of' "" then down Marletta street into the" oit
late King Hi rt,-theeitporal meno Ace of. the Trio Steam laundry, whret.,
arch, the capital of, whose kingdom weak from internal bleeding, he e|i
was Rome. Kilg Victor imanuel A Graidy hospital amibulance"was tI, "
and the dowager Queen Marghuerite maedately su:-isonoed and Wood *a-
came here on. purpose to tend the carried to the hosprttal whore be wan
annual maas which Is being celebrated glvun medical atteonton. '
on the annfiVeriary of the aasslinag. Mrs. Wood watched him ..ntll he
tion of King Humbert, which occur. tell, and than walked throu*. the,
led three years ago. The king drove bouSe out: of an alleyway I th0 rear
to tle -Palthoon, the well kliown red and. disappeared down Spraig street.
liverles of his coachmen and footeln She was cool during tbh enttrel shobt
arousing much lnterstt amna the peo Iug and displayed no emotion when
pie ia the streets anad arrlve4 there in shoe saw her husband fall.
lime to meet Queen Margaret who 1 Iane Jealousy of. h r 3beaUbdl, w
was dressed in deepest black, The t Whom h' wuas not ilvtslgI, I *ai to be
entrance an exit ,.f their manajoets the o01sI of the shooting,. .0m at'
was W tna sed by t large erowd, le.e that Mrs. Wood's mind is ntbalb
,At .1 o'elok the member of thee SaAced, because of her troubles with
pitutakiwtl ty of Hot.1. o, with tho excep hetr husband.
tinO of those their number Who a I

clrl clerical party o..the ciy soteret~eifj visited (. Pa... then t a body .ad o ., orpo lot peimtaborn to
plaed wrath. 0L the tombs of the ,lea.- te o.rp- : ....t
t* k in g s .. .. e SMIt~cevs t ao t I o de' h ai
.T he :- 4 req ilem m a ss, in th e e pte ue as hse p In
Si 1s e c.apel, wes termed the ot.eiaJ.

t sag pb ow tu th ily w vvae examiatWioS
S ail, a e a w Wb t ree foi w it So thia g treks th euag, S lgg
..m,...nd Penianbi!shop or otfO, a t t s1rve fou years. I u few

t bidyenntlhape b elf tht l' the 1154 bug owing to $1s
ita aia daya with-h ph.., u big a Sdls i war etera bad bee
th t I a rule, prod d toad e ..

S" sthe ea ed a t oej* t s..#ie l oi

dleeg lp e; th aby courti,-- o aJss ,Hael -e e,*e k

Tw puibagestal MW-so araak i Ute, th fal i M- on e %co
t*ofibm Colo es S s

as w04 w *-*' wiflt g be "1 foUtnde i a aif

,'uwe estate %$ ste ea -te v .es
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iater the enter'


,ush bat ea u

i i f, but i iw e b
Y0 4 v000-anfor aito o
^il n~Ud **oroe Ma aeoy nd4 agn
ea0n1" 4kI fws nW pi
S band spent hundreds

dolas %'f r T4io0lan.' prepaYtifOur.,
S ved t'O Boqdoiie county, our eo
;0lithe ,and one day I happened %o
n avt nt of Oambrlat
pip0hon rathpi nlead lDarrhnety Rertted
Srt a tletimonlal 0of a' man, wao had
i*es? by it. The ease was so
uHArlar'o' iny own that I -oectided to
thremeTi$y.n The resUlt" was won'
l:tu(. I eould hardly realize that 1-I
I !bid wgaino. tor e it couldabe.
o ltyhea^lnlg suered so long, bWit
S *i .b )nttle o4 0 mediolne ,'ostlng
tVs fwo etsar oed mel For siale
sl 'd t ltrggls and medicine omnb -
lI1tlm el< a p. o t* .
Z i', Repulsive tPeatures. "
nailohpads, pimples, greatly ,face
:, :^ddy nolaPe., io whioh are sor
oomt:' Akno ,among women, especially
4 M.4 at a ertain agoe destroy lng beauty,
dtislirtng tand making repulsive. tea-
I'ide whioh kould otherwise appear at-
: traottlv and- refined* Indicate tlat the
,, sVrI qc f;Vt ordlr, An ooasional.
S RdoAe t Heblne wll 'ile4se the bowels,
SreguaI:e the liver and 0. establish a
olear, healthy oomplexl1n. 60o at
4 6 John0o1 ros. O r b
Stro11g WL0taRtlon Ov r Pals,. Car.
Yew York, Jtn ..O.---A rceeil*f was
-appt)tet in the 'chantery eourt" at
I*ewar,; -N. J, for a single palce ear.
AIt Is c tleut tho eBotont," and. ait the
,-tine It was built, was known am one
S.l the hlnest in exitence 0 nd was 5,
i^Ablted widely. Later It became
KtOIOUs by remaining sidetra6ked for
Rmot. tO'year near :SPrlnufleld.
-a.-. hi, the question ot It; owaer
j-was belu fought out tI-'1ae
i"rA.., All that time a negro port
MA,shisl wife stuck to the car. rThe
Itlaton. grows out of a transfer made
II e | Engslandor, who holif a mo=r
o{': the property and the court
gg i tuu&k ted the ,receiver,- who04
n wis *Axed. at 1'0,000, to sael tit

tie,,. ~

u*na4e, 0/' -

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iS-hold,. Wb C] Was
IlD tiptg. ^o-t on ite craft to Qunech
its fo;t. 16io. a:
*;ep w, ip the hold, wbic was
atrd y; f oV pyrtes, a ."inera.,
Sle to^ ve el sufficient heat

vco' q L wztter The losb is not

t*f t o.WO kN of APPEARSmok. 'and

Pb ilc learned.`
St ay30.-Drenc thed by thec
t^ o VA Ond, ctoynl. Thya 3rweeanld
t o mno vessel in'to the
S ,esmstery t *athrous been bat.
;atO7 itWbtt 'The loss' Is not

hot sh asHiLnt Baffled Chico.
0' 6 rlo e 'o lea red e
h hos a0.l-,renche d by ethe
.Irl. a andc .srtdyng a 3-weeksIold
th hr expeAnnie wereggn-
*O ttaered into for aunt's home
v8I ,YDretxel Boevard last night
Mi the y~st~elry: that'has been bat.

:'af m)y 0 no M AL. Bebbitt of
hei.0yotien, W an had been andiss
10ng for thr*e Wouths, having difap-
pea n AWrlltfro avthe reside. The t
led ehne 20o Wahumpngton wasBoule-
?Vwerd4b, *11 helyo, atAlly she liad been
J I s 4g h). les hO1 3 'W a s Atudy eing Ohi-
agc. Mlip .gin.son said that she
0dnle a host rl since she sbo
.a..d adthati'hr expenses were
paitd ee L. ,Heift, son of' E A.
Jmg6neral oltoltr tor a life Inhurt

i d 'i d rhavm Terrible Dthe natre
!'Thelamlly ofMrm. Uq L. Bebtbitt of
I*OeitonA Tenn.. saw her dying and
o, Atrluaeosto save herrk. The most
skolI pysAlans nd every remedy
u. 004' tailed,.whle 'onsuinption was
*loly bu orely, taking her life. In
M r. M rle, olr It. pbing'. New Dis-
Writar: t6 hql e t t Herbneddespair
T fiislt'btottle brought im-
Inumber oft year, had t- eteerf ulse
Orepommety o dt as er. It's the'most
iartetait l0 ine a e world for all throat
Sn troubles. (iara hteed bor-
Al o l ~Trial bottles freeuat

!!tllC oh o ** t* ....
N mno. Vrt, JuIly 80 -After 'having
been hi eepa fpjrtUfo-r days jin a Jong
Jiruaoh, oN.J.. hoftptal, except at Blight
lnterv~al, fc N. NdlcOtt Allen, a Har'
vand! ^^*I^ndent,'ls'-ial signs of im.
.prmen -t. Alln O t0he strange sleep
ihs spp d to been wands In the nature
o hysteria caused 'by- oterwork. The
dols beli tt hee tO ano on the rckd
,.to recovewyi to 'a .'omaton
Thea Parfect Lvr Medic9le.

writes: havt e uat d erbine for a
number of years, and' can cheerfully
recommend it as tbkaO 'most 'perfect
liver medihiae, and tb.greatest blood
puri fit,. It is ta*"*A of positive
merit, a.nd'fr uy sa. o llses all that
Is elahed' for It.' aiarta cannot
'ind a lodWelke*at in she 4stem while
the Uver Is In pert oo .0oder, for one of
Ia ftnotiloanis toj -0r.v* t the ab oro-
tion of fever-proquiogibonS. Her-
bins is, a me4t otent110 V regulator.

T1.'bo Coes,' who was conmitted Ic

dtay confipam:, /ao ^ nb. sRu-



Ai tbW =ost healng ale ha
!th world, It cures Sore*, CutI,
Bumn un d aU Skin Dieuep.

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as no p
5 t

61 p
6:00 P


Lv Jaokonvie.... ....
+Ar Wernapdl~a...........
Ar BarmswtL..;
Ar HavanBahb'.,...........
Ar FrIlt................
Ar Denmark..............
Ar Oolumbia.............
Ar Oamden.... ...........
Ar Hamlet...........
Ar WIlmitnton..........
Ar southern Pines.........
Ar Raleigh.., .............
Ar Portmouth............
Ar ihmond, a.........
Ar WahlfrtoS...........
Bale Itlmore ...........
Ar Philadelphla...........
A. New Yor.............


10 BO a 7 s16 s
1 as 6 80 a 4
80 B 04 a a

5 ....
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4 p 7
...... aooa
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LvJaoonville.......... ...... 40 9
&r atkeel.................... 51 P !
Ar MaktlseI................ .. 61 p 11
Ar a itesee... ......... 7.55 p1
ealil e .........;.. ........ 8940 l p
Ar TQalnoy... ...................... ... 4
Ar .lver Junotlqn ............. .....,
A rPeIsaol........ ............ ..1
A r Mobile...0........ -.... .1..... ...... S
Ar New OrleanS. '... ...........
Ar Maon.oI . ......
A tlantas....... ...........
Chattanoog,". . ...............
S ihlaul.o...........

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on :& iOvp
Saturdays, frpm Qainesville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tam pa Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Veeti-h
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Oafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66 Seaboard Mail,.day coaches, mail, baggage and express ears be-
tween Jacksonville 'and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-'
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 65 connect at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Wilferord, Wannee and,
intermediate points, and at Aroner with Early Bird branch.,
Nos. 66 and .67, Ptullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
apd Thursdays, 11. m.
A. MTAcDONE LL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent Gainesville.


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Jackonville ean d New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S, 0., both ways.
The Fnlest Steamships in the Coeatwi Soh8rthe

Clyde New England and southern Lines
Direct Serioe Between JACKSON VILAB, JO8AT(-a"d
PROVIDENCE, and Al) Eastern P oints,
Calling at Charleston both. was.

outhb ound........................*owm LewisW Whft4,n ktOLo
Northbotnd.................., o4fa e a St.. ,ohns R. 1.WeM L "
topping at talatka, Astor, St. Francise, iBei toul (ud) a i
landings on St.4 Joas Rier
Is appointed t aIa q .0..-....1.
Leave Saktone :SOa. 8a Wede.Mesaws ad

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-0.. 'IfJ& -U-77T l17 _____' 471 W 70

.~ logs ot the Detroit United ra lway. 'ee"
W.. treshet, s to c~force w a r dee.an4 r. R "Or Mo, " "o
ntAed demand a daya t
1r4 "dUld tel-. Outside help wa0 .rushed- to .t)h i Cu fr m oh.,
Stepped rwerhuse and by.8 o'clock the od Pvr and every for of
1, tlis an1 haid a few car runlng oa mt Malaatilous, temitting nd Inter
Ve ntuned alhe 1 thle In das.' A 8 o'clock three Of th hitting P ersian, by goingtothe seat of t .he
t heto& br.he i c'men tid re 'ned to work. *hle otoble.workserwmanat cure he quetlo, ot Title
toi ohe brushoff tn uthelro wetdeavorins to et .lt CaS' PBl l OTTL t ounldlerthln tl.-
n a hand show- e incers to them i nvestor.. ."
Taurt across an-d Itrke. Thousand M people ware late O ... .
ery few se- n setting to thel ork this 'flbrf in, FO Sal by JohnSOn Bros., GaineSville Abstract of Tit
Sarroew space -

te.slipped. bTo set All Druggits and Medicine Dealer. To any nlele of auT I ,p,;ol
: ble l ol-side the open- Will Buy It Backv 't -lae apvl oici i ati on. frl o or '
,t faltregth was the You assume no risk when you buy ltwJ applchattem.
a I clung to the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and *
y. Slowly Diarrhoea Remedy. All druggists and Time Table in effect July 5 1903 TAX RETU
sIid e i t he came till medicine dealers will refund your ----i--"..- ... ANt A
owned hi wast money it you are not satinfbod after N0. 8. Slo, '
I cs nerve "Do-don't using t. It is every where admitted to Daily No, 4, No. SNo. 1. N. 8. Dai And all matters ceoteer'r
on. xel" he gasp- be the most successful remedy in use Exo's Dally DAily. ^TATIONS. Naily. )ally I*o' o h i the tqleaptlon otf lt an
tlathe way onhis for bowel complaints and the only one R1nday TX Hun celed ta t ertleateq
1 l i phave weakened that never fails. It is pleasant, ste .attended topi'mptly. :
0on. -aHe had. swl- and reliable. / d e P w Lr PM fv AM u d, P M A AM At PM
ftmhad been cheek 7 4 ..... .... ... ......Pa el ...... .,.......... .. P
4tfr..a*^ nwtf~il death, yet he SH Ii S7 ............ ...... ... ... r ne........... ........ ..... 0
ng alse. The logs Under and by virtue of an exeoton issued & 00 ........ .... ... ... .... . ... ..... 0
Itis outof the County Court of A0aNhus4 count.. N .O And all..ztoald..,4..
Farther apart and tate Of orda, o 3th y Mt ........ .... .',lt de.... ... .............. 640
Slke a certain large gen- A. D. 8 in a certain euse theretin ending. . ....... ... i oan ..........,.... .. .- ....l
t wherein R. Kittlewell was plaintiff atn J. H. 8 16 .. ............... a ilk SIoao.bon ........... . .
ta and unable to stand Crown et al. were defendants, I. L. W. en- 8 80 M....ion ....* ....... .'t
Yapgu or to-spring to net..-as sheriff of Al9hua countS. Florid4a. * *, y. .. ............
tl s pin T ho go have levied upon will sell aore the 8 ..... ...... ........ ................. ..... .......5
4,vl4e, o0 course, to slip court house door Inthe olty of Gaineaville. 8 45 ....... ... ... ........ Kirkwood......... It 0.l)A.
i jeant to cuter the trap Alachut county. Florida, on Monday, the 8 50 .) ......... .......
l ped. In .few seconds sale day. during the leral hours of sale, to the 8 5% ...... .. ... ........ .l lit ....... ........ . 4
Ml It a4 one quick haul Crwn adebt a e b. ......... ....... .. n werdefe, .b. .bid dW f oUAr ANTIE As hth
.qfollowinndesribed piece pare F or tract of "8 ..... Wao oots............... ... 4
e to fllft foothig. The logs land situated, lying and bewin the county of . . OOt....... ... ........ 4
lOsed like a gigantic trap. Albchua.State of wFlorida ntd belf de- 45 Ar ........ TR IUeT (44I5ANY CN ,
P curbed aa foiows, towit: Lotour (4. ive 10 00 L 6 l '* ** 9 20 A 9 40 r 8 00
lache 1 solid ground my coin- f. Fourteen (o ad T hirty- i I ) of 86 40 7 08 ..... ...Bella y......... 8 55 0 1i 2 ll top Tour 6i adut d
^l a(tcollutpse and for half .aIT Veitth's Additoon to the ity of Glneovlble. -lega
or r Together with all and singular the tenements. 1200 65 7 20 ............. Oyril........,,. 8 40 0 00 1 6 you a romo. For atm'*
fy a very sick man. Later hereditainents and appurteneoes tothe 'ute 1 20 703 77 ............. Grahln .... ..... 8. 2 8 b 4 1 80
d my breath as long as 1 ei r n anyw ppert 40 7 15 Ar 7 46 mty .. 8 ) 840 1
!ttl, you might try to get as the prerty o T. H. .a..ean. to-matlify 7" 2 8 18 ..tA"ke Uier, G" I, 7 2E W
f.t~io~; I'llnever forget that sd execution and cots. .. F...... 8 4 10 0 .Jckson'vlle, J & .. 1W t p ... ... ... U .
i yItekon I was in a mighty As Sheriff of Alsaohua County. lrida. ..* *.*.*8 40 8 55 ciy, .*.. 24 p 7 2 .. AiNEYIL
| a' '- ROBT. E. DAVIS. Pittt's Aty. . ..... 1 p .....T 11t& oe, A. L 4.... 4H ....
S i i_. ..... 11 10 1 10 .....Valosta, ; A t. F.'. 445 p 1 .....
; -; a t r........ 8 4') a 4 10 p p ....M son,G A o'..... M 2' 12 45 a ... .
l. Ozx.. resident One. W. Hvtn a, Vice-Presaient .-. .. 7 25 A 7 45 p ....... AtliUnt, of O...... 7 a~7 9 REAL ESTATE ....
..T ATT n E. BARKER, General SuplrintAdeit.o to t t AD Eelh
J F. HILL, Agent. JA8. M. GIBAHIAM, President. hve ttdeleed to work It
IS 7*E I-t- l vtt:-e --- sai -, -- ,-------- and Rental .fll<, essd -
-:ONYLY CHARTERED BANK ITN ALACHUTA CO ... ''A-tb f' h lr a.y .lUialnuew

a pital.......... ................ 50, 00 ER AN r
UdPro20,0 00 0LIfl. INIvUI sop CO,., tag
x-(l TvOlyiaban hing business, with faclllties equal to any bank In the State 8oiUolt 81 I 4 PAk 0 4ff4) 9 tlal4 eaKs? '
Sthe aOsmnt ots Farmers Merchants, corporation, etc. Interest llowe( aa Alnt I rall d Mael
by spell arrangement. All business translated rom ptly, t Q .f
I"ED I" At..3R... 1reproo 4t)1..
is E. TAYLOR. Gamher.'N sn P1124

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Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer. ....1I RE"C'S ODORESU S
ttl Beer a Specialty. Mail orders will have prompt 1 -4 0 .tn .
aQ attenit hipment made day order is received. . '1"
i rite for prices. Goods boxed if desired. C H AS =5. uZ
,.i Atl antic C oast Line ...... .. ....0 0--


or S.e,. eoo, k v ao Jacksonville's Finest ..

0,S -O'Sa0U0 0Rr ,'....W )g*., E I
AdealeMinlectil M 4, 190 O LENST Ool.ehave. tMIITA1 ,
.44 _r'EQ VI _V

lopm -- ^ High 5prinpasg.\ *lI -tr - a*r *T;
^ m.. ;-, .' mediated PointS ^y "'** *^ ^l-lr:lil- - *" ~. '* -^ ^ a ^ ^ ~r ~ ~ t^
O-al-,bleesburg and Tampa.andt a" ,Pmltt o Gas& 1" cr^ ( ':. Op
gIrniediatst Points0PUit&g --- ^IA 4
ptPalatka, PaYtns, Jaeksaovill@,1
IqOfll, East and WestDl,-- - - --w.ASUt~T~
y Springs, WayeroSS.8Tvnnih, Btunswlsk. 12:10p'n Will a 1 < tra t fo* an of TOr Elctrical wmug, J. .g
iaraw m W e" t 4'0i m a~~
M zu.Atlsantaall Point& Niloth.Es Ws Ii t u ,
Roehele, Micanopy and CMrs .0 ,aIWt I. i 1
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High SpringS

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NI;bte ,san a- t s-

Stenced fol frow one to 4
htry, en ae ,retead
"thorts t u he i. e ofP

conduct as; hw no

aj 'hAvbest, staibtles at

o. returns of eni fiai:
Jiw have been reid "lied from
artage of 65 er 0eht to 40"
d ofidering ththa ere o b.sen
'r wo ttposed upon there first of-t
gla offelony crtminali" the
,,,tsl nj.canoce of the reductions
n Steadily appreofated. p
tOt hw"wouIld have, doubtless, a
er det.b.o effect here in sth6 South,.'
Ithe tis, where juvenile f-.
t A.te a mostly found, and' in the
i iy Wh- .-the majority -of the
SOhtible are first offenders. Those
Sito labspoiM AState premium upon the
AIl e* *& had4. S oraatio n of offenders and con-
p.ttWota1-!tsmy 'persons from repeating
l a^t^ 0oak ir'sioes der the false notion that a'
o, hit -iiat$ 'eeitence is aun insuper-
olk or b e to a.futurp II-e of honesty

tiga r l ad Pomimmend tfiemselves to
ii$ $e LU,,V Ulwt & tU ia 'ason of the' uniform.
t a o ld-,j )irdod4 reuixlttle at have followed their
s th1e ad6ptio in American and foreign com-

1'ie LIve Oak Orescent hopes that
i.he Sop a distant when free
:,idtbrh i6tb'#il','bse adopted in Suwan-
L tee aony.'TheBun trusts that the
4oo nem.will nziever be adopted in Ala-
Vhoty The wIhi people pay
M .cIn taxeo now for the education
o theo1,isred'brother, without the ad-
n el buord eno of furnishing them
It, ('vdsohool books.
14J. 4Brumbrij) making of the Flor-
and',it 01rtok Grower, published
| otti|hly st Oicala. the best publlcationi
. e t 1s last i, the South. The sub-
Sf. y at to q ipiei ono dollar per fear,
9i'6 w'' i *it at i :il4bk the hands of every
WMa* fr ao n ti 6 tr :uk" wer in the State.
g^|] ^ 44vws', This?
rt Ilb o be btr hundredd Dollars Re-
a $a *eS 4gi .teto waid ior p? i ~of Oatarrh that can-
W',t P10 44 a WtMo beor W WOll'8s Otarrh iure.
Sifhto thopittbly Y'.' OsatwaV & Co., Toledo, 0.
.W ..:.::ud .. .udfigned, -have hkn'ewn
'.. C.:': henty for he last 16 years, and
I w blteve him perfectly honorable in all
e er buihtta ,ranlastions and financially
t" by able to &a.ry out any obligations made
B teoew than by'their is,
S 0 ThAuX, Wholesale Druggists'

6 101a4, WAldMo 'A A MA VI, Whole*.
o to Has Otrh~ ouroe *l tken later.
li. altlyong 1 ii 4 tly upon the blood
a OV of th yfm.

it at'tt no ggert o peel.," com.
Stb4 philosopher, 'Ptat. ioetler
& o*Mthinlappel.s to the sagu.
t~pet tatak.. tbo til6' *tUis the nMan
:t .or, tie: )gy that boU it.
S l b Ib, the kid he
i better, )tt* the ptnlshmenat'
mtt|it' to i|the othere."-<2l

I (- ex hibit, i xh ne. cfoo.
r e., aioh, t+. .ei. r' i oo $a, t.o. ,'
t ..hae United 8$wi4 trniport'. ti|
ti lok.e o a .h or ld' i "L ''

Ais{ng exhibit of ber BuSmmer. ebool
*e m"'at the Wotild's Fair of 190,.
h0 t orfi..0o,000 ha been appro-
0I tef ho i ipipose. ,-.:
he Baltio0nm + itwlialIl Association
ithA 420 delegates tu0tt 59 Sta8 e and
o(? rial, asooia.tion, representig
1 n,00 ewspper-. will hold Its 190I .
oovention, at the WTorld' Fair. ..
AS an eviu4enee of interest abroad it
he nothing W ilpldS:a Fair, the fast may
. oited that the eolae -it the voarlou4 S
'i0ibit bul0ding8s ,'"ioh GreaOt.itajn
M at her diJpoa .1hb als been applied
for by prospective ,British exhibitor.
Among the many family reuniiln-to
be held at the World's Faiir next yeAr
Wtll be that of the WUing faWily of
Agierica. At the reent annual gather-"
16of this fairly at 0aindwlch, MaBs.,
its wa decided to hold the 1004. meet-
lng in the World.'s: Fair .ioty. The
exbct date will"be.deolded later.
Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many cases pronounced hopeless
by physicians have been poured by
Foley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Rug.
gles, of Reasoner, Iowa, writes: '.The
doctors said I had consumption aAid I
got no relief until J used Foley's
JElohpy and Tar. It helped, me right
,from the start and stopped the spitting
of blood and the pain in my lungs and,
today I am sound and well." Bold by
.. W. McCollum & Co.
tender 'or toe m anerwener.
""If you find jt Impossible to keep
open your line of retreat," said the In-
streotor in the military school, "what.
ought you to do '
"Open up the line of advance," was<
the prompt reply.0- xchange.

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Offmr VeryLow Rateson FollowingDate
.ioonlst Tickets to California, Utah.
N1eVd as New Me0ico, Arizona. Colo-
rado. Oregon. Washington. Montand.
Idaho, Wyoming, on sale until June 16.
St. Louis and Return
O. FARE PLUS 25 CENTS. On salo
SJutne 10-1. good tore turn until June 25th
San Francasco, Los Angeles and
N% ationalI lenampent O. A. R. Tok-
teons)le July 31 to Aukust IS. Good
t* utt O until Optober 16.
Denver, Col., and Return
On sale June 80 to July 9tb. Good tore-
turn until Auas A81sts.

Tbmiti PullmQ Bsleeping far daily between
Jaoai.e. Moon. Atlanta. Chattanooga,
vW St. JLouila free reoolllng -hair
oar bwee NsvWeo and St. Louis.u and
.tbroual Umanl steplan oar daily between
N e aI beoavro. ois al the oelr double
tiractk lIs between eIicaguo and the Ohio
ive or tul ptrtilar ticket and paimpb
2It,-1 Brown Bldlg Atlanta, Ga.

$66 85
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Va L. R.

PMtwb1aa round trip tickets from
i *elle on a O 8&1 to Aoat
.18 4wtepouncn mk t tbi ot er
.pot Tirka Sol$* one route
rokll raidg.n.-ohlr.'. Faoomble
atQp-ovr Ilgtmei. Niual limit

i "d trip Wt o to several points a4orthbw-a

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'loam -^ IDIfy. D ail DoIlalyeDaily. Daily.

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l I aii' 10, ihVs40 Nmf2mmt. S p ii 11
pl 4.t.S('^AJp.4rt8t^le25Ps j

W .m O's t.- ,* h --r -aV ,br"ok mta rt w y b- .'Foted to arrive al
Nit*If r o at t" t Ne d not a

............ a0o0 LTravanaXo ,. Fri, .. .....
H^<^W'*~u? Ar Key WeskMoti.,Fri..
i t .. *.. ....... .. -p Ar'.ia t T........
For o Lap et iraklTi e or other information addre goy :Aent
9 t.R A A a. ?P, AgeGit., ST. S.jM z,

Lyons' rott
7-.... + Underneath the A e on o Forw .th at.i, ..ween
% Jaliaad Mogan, Jo nvlIeV 1Fla

Headquarters for 66, Echo 8 ings, W
Canadian Club, guaranteed 61yqt a.fwhiskl
66 .... ......... ... . .~M>I per qu0arrr $5 00
Echo Springs.... .. 1 5.00 1
Wilson..-...... ......, 4 quarts for 5.00
Mail orders a specialty. write !f price ic i
other goods and call on me when iZi tl^Bcty.
JOHN A. LYONS, Ja 'ile,


E. E. VOYt'. j
Abstraots of Tite and full Information f*ritshld b And
county. Our manager ha lived i i ShIIei buy.V
is thoroughly ooavonusati,,|

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b Wa~olina Corn, and
t~DiUt to the Public' In
De0red -Clever Piece
ei'ff and 1Negro.
~ p Waters, preacher,
d' all-round nan-about-
self into trouble Thurs-
Isialleged he sold a quart
IVTNorth Carolina corn for
sn'--of one -dollar to- -a
mttan" who hails under the
-f.Presley Green-although
r :to be nothing green

a' a Georgia negro, and ar-
,oifty just in time to assist
iatell in detecting the Rev.
I* in this alleged. unlawful'
At whis key.
;Bq aintyoude High Sheriff?"
oen yesterday afternoon,
p had finished his noonday
llitp iquor and corn bread, and
,|.what might ordinarily be,
aity good."
iFplied the Sheriff, "what do

~_H6t boss, Pse dun thbught you
t wt| ter arres'er man fer sellin'
lwidout de license what am
p iltre,' rema the negro.
f "tiP" was lent to open up
i)otifions. Fennell took
Ot iininto his dence, when the
etertold him Rev. Waters was
atl wrisk he had purchased
do*uKg the morning a flask, and could
all he had the money to pay fof,
Isux h as the reverend gentleman,
;he A flared, had "a big box full" at

: heil ennell instructed thle negro
'i:p ed toq Waters' home and buy
anitii bottle. The negro started out
sheriff followed him to a con-
hiding place near the house,
aIw lnter the house, and in
c.', few\rmoments he came out with a
fs quart bottle of corn whiskey, for
tiieo h4 said he paid Waters.
Sheriff Fennell went to the house
Placed Waters under arrest.
"..pon searching the premises he found
"gtb.x containing eight full quarts of
rWhikey-Hanne Bros.' Famous -Old
.' rth Carolina Hand Made Sour Mash,
these.goods were confiscated, and to-
gether with the Hion. Augustus were
.brought to the court house, where, in
iJdge Mason's court, Green and the
'whiskey served as damaging testimony
against the defendant.
'fter hearing the evidence in tlhe
oase Judge Mason placed Waters un-
der a bond of $500 for his appearance
&4 the next term of the circuit court,
w. whichh le failed to secure and was sent
' prilwn.
-~,i.he'joke is on Rev. Waters, because
S f the fact that he voted dry at the
lat election and did everything pos.
s*ibleto influence votes in this direc-
(" t ,.. His arrest and trial Thursday is
'"the sequel to the entire situation.
,'" Jsla fter Rev. Waters was sent to
prison 'Presley Green was arrested by
Marshal Pinkoson upon a charge. pre-
terred byiRev. B. J. Grant, who de-
;- lared that Green had called himn
!, so..e hard names and referred tin
,, us.-lilty uncomplimentary terms to
Mu":ii tp. Green promptly gave bond in the
t-....*ne of $10 for his appearance at the
a-yor con this -ornin.g Sheriff
,IPennell going as surety. It is gen-
ferally believed that the arrest of Green
Wee:Wi retaliation of the active position
71 he assumed in the WatersI .. ea"
The arrest of RBy. Waters makes t1
deaiond ease of a preacher under bond
f or the Illegal selling of whisktey sleo
the county was voted dry.
...ce .-- Cream and Sherbet. "
S The Oleser will sell lee ream and
sh r tes on Mrs. Phillip, law, tist
a fternot at 4 o'elouk. Patroalp the

ir of tHoly T'inity Parsh im
as.reek roorseir aid4 children. LOe
ais a.!d Taiylor. Mary Anmmos,
Off";,,Amo s, Edwip pti a,

W. ndeul '.Nerve'
*lIsI4a saby y as waKge
4WmWWWRMA :a tn Mt
boo^'gII. 0 .'- w- "* *.W Wf

fx mix' isi4-

on the lune tO LatoIna Ir 4 utile.
west of the oAt*. \

Tured, two posti(slx tatatly.
S ,.0 i. .. .. ...t ,.. .

all negroee. Mo ft of thoem, we hubk,.
stets 'etnrning from the ~'ity to 'theo'
plaes. 'the ca- stogpred up!n the'
Crossing and the frei g ht train back-.
ed into it,.
For nearly 2150 feet ~long the track
the street car was caroLed, to then be
thow to a ditch. where yave of the
"re-ight ~~cars were led iu o it ...............
The dead and dying lay 11 along
the track 'from the point where the
car was struck to that where it lay
in the ditch, 'The Inquest has not
been held-.
There have been -no atrests.
The crew of the street car declaTe
the prelght crew was responsible fort
the accident, while the freight crkw
declare that all slgdlea. were given
and that it was at reut' of the g fo
negligence 6fWthe car mwen.
Merger Car Wheel Companies.
New York. July' 80.-The proposed
trerger of car wheel companies ist
nearing completion according to a
dis pattIeh from Rochester. where op
praisement comr ilttoes are at work.
Ten companies will be taken into the
consolidationn, including plants in Bult
falo, )Vllminkton, Ba ltimore,' Bo4eto
and several western cites. having in
D eight charges, througlth t1% di isto
of territory is said to be one of the
chief objects t,, 0n oattalned. /
Elected Dr. Samuel Wilson.
Wilson is now president of MaryviIllq
college, of Tennessee, sid has not yet
signified his acceptance. To trus-
teesr trom the alumnt were 1aO-4 e4 4
to the board-Rev. Wilbur hapmaIn,
D.D., of New York, and Rev. Charles
E. Walker, Ph.D., and Charles T.
Hartwell, of Ohio. This is the first
president ever elected for Lane seni*
- -ary. _.


heT career of Robert Boper,
the veteran publisher. futoinebt
.a signal- Ilustration of the value
rt paia stent and teeaciousa at d'.
Tentsman. Wen wil betaen the
pubicatl*, in l the g sper wi oe
faie Lad fortune be .4 noet
or tei ort : al to b ou Ot,
swe y ob .V* eUat the ttee.
sgtAeaturee of We u ML .
E oeced Dr. ue.. ai.
sg e blae acetn.v wU.

iich t au tw as wae

to(he board- Re. u f ti-

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In th, ('.i i rf f Cautioeof M ARfl US I: ]ND A: vA. ntl l .-' .1'
.Publb )'aif t i w Iait nig dclotlles.

I Verdlict rr '

Outl ftter to Part(culAni li' n, tVhtiia*'.vd Ii, lia, ,

A itmr i i et t i t i#o 0 O1 ,r l ' 4
Alt -1 n who wish to drem W
S wvill wii o.Iunhesitatllgly I '
.... / u AM A U END I.. .

S N. U.-Marcus Zudel sells thi famous "Bet-Clothilngn.the nb
..'World"'mane by 8chfoss Brow. &' co, ,if Baltlimarp,
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tuo the lata between the 'two tor
*E : '"tirfoeig t.Ai i h ai/l)a te r tb of dei g
e* I ZO Mi .fte i ...te a "..tes Minister o f.'. .
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pa Ui2e te4 irIwnu!5nt r p i V
bi. Zobrii n tllo Mr. 'OhUl
tnii the'0 e tion'p at64
-4ge01,.ong .fatli ,ber Of.
kepu il^b(flan c mittee troll.
tert*'int to the nilttelr ighti s
tlig; : it Wa o 1D soon 1f
jt hU Jo.Age -Long to dliOs
0H t^Wiateg that at me
lBates 00).: oal *^ainmmltl
Ste oa^lle4, and an eleotil
,ta the 16 anitte 6i te t
Lh b -.* fa ton x o ,he,
pr^tei ihtis Stih will be
l4ttNt they w IU eleot the
.o 4 ,dge Long. I i s the
tato.iif those wl ohave tol'
t ii4eofpments l t htt' bi
'in p!tty.o l ato ie tht
Ill be fight made b
tby torAes tp oaptu|
in. Whew the last allotpebht
e pa ed around there ws
$ii..'d st eortn idme to
, VF thU softer snaps by shy
*45:, but theo other fa-tio-
aful in heading them, off,
&ad Ipproiqtment of all the
* who had served under the

Washlngton lit ,Assiovmmer In.
to"the oflloes InFlorida! and
-binson and Chubb were both
i*tstors to. the naLtnal oap-
hbast tin-ep they had the oyal
tJ.udge Long. and i, frtiend-
4.1ie leaders In Wahilnlili
fat srvoee to those who were
to retain their p os.lonq.
Ndas important hat the
Sleeted as Florida's oot.
Sftriend, and oare willW
elent any member ot the
Sfroalu getting in.
t be no doubt that
ui9So-Lee faction will
*,"4 tihIt he will win.
"Olue several weeks ,e-
il ,aZ. The. meet0-
I"Itte will be
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OLEVS KIDNe CURE: wll. posHivel cure ay case

of Kidny or Bdde disease fthat is not beyond the reach
o medic ad No medicine can do more.

ify yu notice any Irregularities, commence taking
r iMIVs T$r ..-
IBY' KiDNEY CJR4tAn avod azady .
A. H. Thumress, Mgt. Wills Creek CoAl Co., Bufalo 0o., writes: "I have been afflicted
with kidney and bladder trouble for yei a pain rave stones with r -
ting pains. Other medicines on.t ga.ewr .ef. After t..A. ing P_.- . .. .. .
the result was s"pr"sing. A fw dosee swtd thebriick dust like fihe stones, etc.
... ha'4 now I have no pain acoss my kidd mad feel4like a new man. aPy' .
y C i has done e le wot$1000 hf o ga .

tes o .oo. 00Refse Sstte.

An. gM1 .Ab. 1 .yrf be h Otsh
..,Lw. .

Situated on the Jacksoiville
Southwestern railroad, eleven "
north of the town bf Alachua.' Str
est sulphur in Florida. Cures R
matism. Kidney and Stomach tro
Fine fishing and hunting. First-
table fare. Rates $5 per week,.
Notice is hereby given that I. t. W.
as sheriff of Alachua county, Florida
stand by virtue of an order Issued ou
circuit court of Florida, Elibth Jp
cult. In anid for Aloahua county, by. H
ton. esquire, clerk of said circuit c
otnicer who Issued the writ of atta,
Lhe i8thday of March. A. D. 1903, Iii.-
Incause there pending In said court;, WH
Covlnitoun Company is plaint ff a
Chtisser is defendant will on the 10
August, A. D. 1003. sell at public OnV
highest and best bidder therefore I a
front of the court house doorIn
Galnesville, county of Alaobua. St9
ida. between the legal ours of
day the same beg legal sales a
tng described cbhtels and o11 1e
same goods which were levied ui
sheriff under and by virtue of us
attachment: re
3 capes.
I gum coat. ac-
10 men'sAblrts. ,1
14 straw bhts. en-
7 dress shirts,
7 ladies' undervestA.
o10 men's ubdersblrts.' ,
2 men's undershirts. '
I ladles' undervest, -
9 ladies' underveats.
is t4 men's gloves,
4~ oies' waists,
0 ena's OV shirts. "
men's OV shirts.
pairs drawers.
i2 laitles' undervers,4.
T-traw hats,
S men's shirts.
K ladles" sailors.
9 paitr Jeans ranta,. '
lb pairs Mn's pants, l
3 men's* % pants.
9 overall suits. ----j^
& men shirts.
S lmen's shirts..
U men' shirts.
3 mon's sh(its.
I box hauierhies.
5 melt s trts, . :.. .
5 underslirts.
5 i dles' vest. ..*:
3 uoderslrts. "
N6 palrS shoes. "
il palr ladlet' rubbleru. .
21 uAlrs shoe& s.... ... -- .
This ju l-oti. A. 1i90 0.
*ffie.L. W. nwdL. .
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)Oa e or ,
4 :oilW the

points in Flor-
1 ad South Oar-
alected on this
$o cotzipanyT frmas
ticketing route,
under conditions

6of, the standard one-

eh 8tand 17, 1908;
May 5 and 1If
116, 1903; July 7 and
iand 18, 1908; Sep.
i10a0(; October 6 and
er 8 and 17, 1908.
oii passage. x
ntra pand each opu-
be faced "second-
!i parlor or sleeping

V a the staple orops ofr
IoAkiof this territory:
sd small fruits,
qap7es figs, orange ,
>f*ait., *watermelons,
Sfrits, wheat, corn,
'rains, tobacco, cotton,
'the Atlantic Coast Line
developments along its

that it, is the greatest
in America, and it pro-
ailllty for getting farm
rhardV prod ucta to tihe
rketIU in the best possible
shortest time, and at low-
tof the countries there a
tadance of game and fish
a line;
farmers. are invited to
formation in detail about
ry o.f ihe Atlqhtic Coast

Cures Sciatica.
Z.. ile, L. D., Cuba,
(~r fifteen'

t ry Snow
rst a plina giving
ind the secondnt1ire
ive it unqualifle r c-
25c, 60c and 1.0(XT,

,rs' and Roynd-Trip
'eekars' Rates.
Air Line railway have
owing attractive rates
entown, Ellenton and

River Gateways.
ere' tickets endorsed

faree, lus $2.00.
beolBo o the first and
days of each innth, to and
incr lut 'L ovember 17th, 1908.
Homne se. kers' excursion tickets, to
Parrish 11 neton., palmetto, Braidett-
town, tee, 'peco and Sarasota
agentn sta ions li at ope fare,
$2.00, for thl rourd trip. .Tiket will,
be sold on th lirst7id third Tuesdays
of each mon h, tU including No-.
vember 17Lt, 1 ,; with final limit
twenty-one sys aqti date of sale.
Tickets W1 e g t stop-over on
8eabo-.rd Air ine* railway on route on
geing journi i within fifteen-day
transit limit. ..
The Seao Air Line railway
have issued s every. attractive ad-
vertising matt r, tbvering these rates,
~lch i bei distriotaxtsitl
thro Ueug ei i- rt ait and North
west. ....
,u-ed .( ett e .iM l ,
W. i. Fant. m t ,g tot. *o*,
Ia., write; "' been greAtly
troubled with thi for esw. atl
years, noi tricd i So w cs led pu
pletely cur',-d ity sera Is.
the best p0te o old bfy J. W0. -
Collum Co.
Summer Tour ates Vl. AtleaM

Tickets a re o :* ~,oW
mO *SS Wl5

,htod t, 4bae y aro oat ..l .'A-
he.... laa te, Bnwo t* 66 1 *3....

ho Urpteryst bOa u6 a(itd" e ors0 oIHtanc y. .'; o
afrom eae ch nther. 1 t4a. tht.y th y .,ro,, OU/5WU

| e iU e tht e es that ,'it a' A.r.W U -
Itier. WIters t aonec Ir tsul otftlt i i, . -
etnbit.. end otuhWItan18tCntH the ob. *

p a directly, like urnoraontrat
a cve n frm l whh i1 a wintrX Wlind i.@ i EWiiiaoton a I aTIt
perpetua lly. blola. The force of wind o a : SAL. A J
lrom the lave a suw th at 'a stro. g
A forest tit ,anot Le erSdicated ISA
.the fourth won r, aNo natr. wiat, IERN Y. -AT-LA .

injry Istd one' the ,roots o fthe t "4 A O NO Ha E
which are large pit'. they lo ston .o: i ieo 1, lorida
ut agcitl diri cty', oltke. the p~6tiit, SMOOTH IRUN

The sirth to nde sthe "ho stonief'. f
It sa t44 ous antin eton

'The ven th an l dlanst p r anw n e, A Oi ^ O B Y ^A1'^ ALO O N A NDor rig i l, ; t,
it tandr, of tE y station hi oIt. Propri etor.

thi apilace reacted p its hionr. It a Jackso i ille, FlaP ., RA -'
an irregular chbe of great btl1U. It ip. RooU*A
pears to os resting onithe grouade free. ....
tomy tW. d en opeatoosAuei tie eiso taidm e in Oiy. Plus ASHINGTONNEW YORK ASHVILLE and'
rope in e s, it un der the s ,acrto hllr 1 quo'e and igar. Eand the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N .C,
e nt ncountering any obstao. poanet w e wRr $an, C CINNATI, CHICAGO, "THi LAND OF THE SKY"
The sixth wonder h sthe t stn Id iQUo & -t e Th NORTH and WEST... "The Sa phire Country"
which from remote ages has lain g ow- Po S lr*usPirn' o Naswst Du1EuC DAm* Q I1
ing with heat abn thI top Tof N' a 1gh hl nm* n uasi n t. Jat koiavilar. P:maio Di & *
The seventh and last Koreany wnber O Al T1Asse. T aaa
is a drop of the swert-Of 9 ustE r. boar.andCdrht Don'
Wl A. eoh-When.inTo&aV'A ,i n.t .....,C . ,Arw ,O P. A W oh.erso .D

gras will t grnow. a There.i arego threat H i-IN' iNJACK8riN1LW.A W Ta. r.. TM. ntA A. D C. S.o O
or flowers onoride the sacrd saltuare. gP thie-
Even the ,imals decline to prdofa a u wa ORa SALOON AN, ROOF -i- -
spot so holy. AWDEN.

aSo thYL the N e tYPEWR.n rTe bewas qteNG- TBBn the ,lty. Enter.
Y NG tainment a oC night at Roof Garden
Po etos by wtch isehoht ndoy ,f i" Theatre.:' '
wotik May fae ideate1fee4 .
It will come as a surprise to tpany MEN ANDWOMEN.

.t o ta decen pat to se there1't sa enSi, Mt I D 41
people to knew that there Is a great 'i a".nt x".. .
deal of characterin typewriting. Were I il on$orib11.,.
machine, paper and actual words, each a< a n ot :WPWs.
printing ote t dozen sheets, And were
all these to be mixed up Indloerimin te- V W05 sivoi W$aI
ly, a practiced eye could distinguished sat

tpowri tte document of Many sheets .
*wal Inr to question it was alleged that 1 I
o*o of. the e irs included -had been
substituted for another sheet. Although
to a casual eye all the sheets seemed to
the Work of one handed, expert
owed -that thie spacing was quIte dIf- a aseaa lo, iona7
feat, especially btweatn the end of -B'frs (am
one 1.tence and the bginnlg of an- Pasnts
thee, on tho e apttut ed heet the *Aw
newprL .0bs begainIn quite a-diifet-
et poksito tth.i-ines, amid th 4let
t6 were sbaisea" uptight O*
firm, and thae p t.e UTO'
test-was who P TO
The expertdIT' d-P TO YOU
person who ha 7 711.
writing. r bu the oasa
etypewr iting; that 0 not .
very strong, ad dtatbe iid d
was only moderately good. x . ro
The writer of the other sh C018"
prisihrg the document wis dellt frM
of.,the typewriting, to be s+ e t'.
enced operator. "IA.1-,-V

sneezea Snemian varIous tl" freISh i d
as a confirmation of whatthe ron
.lnterrupts h wuself In ordeWe to addw __"__""'" __._'"

tarko ns a sinothatn 'absent e a ..... e )..........d

.w.ay .t ati* ,- s..
Von Blinmr--Wlit hifid of as oo- P
hal I etetcb hopat o
Ums. Von B tanr-4lt one about thlnt
ty, who t make good bread, uaos'
bo 0o gok slll\mets, oa make *s

-Gpatst go oat nights and bta thre
M Vo ppol I tg't stW
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