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
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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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a- Joals, July S.-The enM
cioiasveation today ante
M1 ,40" day's session, t
- -g-est of yesterday havma<
gt tf heighteiang interest
11eilrt of today. AU ta
me waaadvaced two bW
- ie Olive etuawt In tke
> the usia entrance to the C
- oifldn were in evidence ear
ly. The semes of yesterday
wpeated, the cruwds of men wi
s taking sspshots -at th
gominbS figures as they pa- s

Thes day opened fair, the am
tir over the city during the
kars being dissipated a the i
wore on. As the tealeratuie
&e hall roae the fans began

tials and could not do so as long as
h :to was working on resolutions, ali
oomiblue to kil off Interest for those
-W who were In possssion of any Infor-
M gmation of the minor workings of the
eoventlon. The visitors, however
-were out in greater force than yester
O.- _day, and the galleries were well filler
I-ong before the arrival of say of thO
evem on officials. Two new lele
gatloM eblemw were on the floor-
IRMAN those of Porto Rico ind the Philip
pines. They were less ornate sad
i, la- ahowy than those of the other delega
tions. being merely large squares o 01
:. 7. white pasteboard, the one bearing s
naltt*. very large Porto and a very smat-
,- "Rico and the other showing the letterE
-plt.* *
oa Members of the committee on per
Ted _p. 1manent organization wao were in tht
ihe i- hall at to o'clock stated that they hac
[the el- not been Informed of a second meeting
in the to elect a permanent chairman.

e opel-
irs, the
rer to-
ky werm
h eam-
e most
sed Into

e which

to ffat-

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ter, and the long line of gallery seats
S soonR presented a scene of spirited an-
im--ation. -* : -
Worked Late Into Night.
The developments of the night
-aroused still greater Interest in the
Convention, leaving much to be antiie
pated. Many of the delegates work-
I lat:e into the night on committees.
The credentials committee did not
adjourn until after 4 o'clock this morn-
Itag.. while a sub-committee of the
ci omittee.u resolutions labored until
after the midnight hour.
An interesting feature of the pro.
-eedngas before the committee on
credentials was the appearance at 3
.L at -of William J. Bryan, after the
Illinois contest had been disposed of.
He asked for a re-consideration of
those cases that he mtigt make a mi-
norit report. The committee ruled
that no re-consideration was neces-
sary. and Mr. Bryan was told to make
i tis minor t -eport. He asked those
: members who would sign it to stand
Up. and the delegates fro mOklahoma,
.Wisconsn,. Minnesota and Rhode
Island arose. This action foreshad-.
owed that Mr. Bryan would make a
Sight on the floor of the convention.
The committee sustained the action
of the national committee in al of the
contested cases save that from the
- twntyfrst Illinois distriet.
I- iy Declined.
:: Another development of the night
s- the declination of senator BaMley
: oaccept the permanent chairmanship
-^e* stated t-hat he desired to be on
t- the floor when the platform was under
ieai- sslion. The place was tendered
1 Champ Clark, of Missouri.
!- At 10 ofeloek, the time set for the
ie --t of the session. not one hun-i
delegates were in the aul. There!
genetral _lpation that the ses.
-i^would be brief and not over-ex
tre knowledge that the resoiu
committee would not e ready tc
Sthe.: fact that Mr. rya, a
committee, wovr the=

Permanent Chairman.
It was argued that no authority ex
ists for holding a session today unless
all members of the committee are noti
fled. It was agreed that if Repre
tentative Champ Clark's name is pre.
seated. however informally, no objec-
tion will be raised. -It a new candi-
date is presented, opposition would **a
made. The weather conditions in the
hall we e vastly improved over yester.
-day, the temperature being lower- and
the humidity much less.
Williams Applauded.
Convention Hall, St. Louis, July 7.-
Chairman John Sharp Wuliams was
given a round of applause when he ap-
peared on the platform. He had made
allowance for the weather oy discard-
ing his waistcoat, but offset this a
trifle by pinning two extra-sized
badges on the outside of his coat. He
carried at large cigar between his
teeth which he rolled and, chewed ner-
onusly. As soon as he reached his
desk he searched his pocKets for a
match. liut' finding none. masticatee
the tip of his cigar more energertic-
ally than before. The strain of his
long spleech of yesterday was evident,
in his voice, which was weak and
somewhat hoarse.
As soon as he had produced quiet
in the lall by the use of his gavel,
he introduced Archbbishop John J.
Glennon. of St. Louis. who delivere"
the invocation.
As the prelate resumed his seat a,
murmur of applause ran through the
convention which deepened into a roar1
of applajnse. Immediately after the-
invocation Chairman Williams called'
for the report on rules and order of
The report was adopted without op-1
position or discussion.
Committee on Resolutions.
The sub-committee on .resolutions'
resumed work on the plattorm today
but was slow in getting to business.
3Mr. Bryan and one or two other mem-
bers were absent., but the committee
decided to proceed in their, absence
with the consideration of questions in
which they are not especially eoncern-
ed.. Accordingly, an irrigation plank
presented h Mr. Newlands, was tak-
en -up and tentatively accepted. The
consideration of the proposed state-I
hood declarations was then entered-
upon and th e question discussed at-
length. A plank for separate state-
hood for ea -h of the territories was,
During t h- forenoon ex-Senatof
Towne wa,. adr:itted to tne cnmmit-.
tee room to pr "nt a petition signed
by IOAW)9 per?<.-:. requesting the in-
sertion of a plaiik declaring for the in-`
dependenep of the Philippines when=
prepared for self-government. The'
committee agreed on 'a plank declar-
Ing for the election of United States,
senator ny direct vote of the people. A
motion to take a recess was agreed to
by a viva voce vote and the morning
session came to a close at 11:04. 1
The committee on permanent or-1
ganization received and accepted the
formal declination of Senator Bailey
as permanent chairman. I
Champ Clark. of Missouri. was elect-.
ed and accepted the chairmiansn!p.

No Trace Survivors.


Number of Contests.
St. Louis- July S.-With one exeep.
t on, the contest-In the twenty-arst 11-
-lnois district, the credentials cown-
Held Him While Her Lover n ittee of the national Democratic con-
vention followed the lead of the na-
Forer' T t. tonal committee and seated the dele-
- | gates recommended as the temporary
HE CONFESSED TO AWFUL CRIME roll of the convention. This result
Ar a W was achieved after a session lasting
Frank Holtman, Under Arrest at Wali a. night. The feat ur of the session
.Vas the- of W. J. Bryan,
Ij Walla, Wash., Tells How He and the committee a call 3
Mrs. Myers Deliberately Took Life a. m., that he should make the fill.
of Her Husband. nois contests an issue on the floor of
the convention.
Kansas City, July 8.-A special to The committee gave patient hear-
The Times from Walla NN ana, Wash.,; ing to every protest presented, except
says: that of Dr. Mary Walker. claiming a
Frank Holtman, under arrest here seat in the convention as the woman
for the murder of Clarence Myers at1 representative of the Democrats of
Kansas City, has confessed. Holt- New York. Dr. Walker waited patient-
man said: ly the indulgence of the committee un-
"For years Mrs. Myers and I have ti! a Jate hour and then gave up In
been friends. He lived with me andI despair.
1 loved her. We wanted to get mar- I H. H. Smith. of Soutn Dakota, con-
ried. We planned the murder three, tested the seats of the entire delega.
weeks or more before the crime. tion. He charged Mr. Pettigrew with
"The night of May 10 1 went to being opposed- to any but Hearst or
bed but got up at about midnight and Bryan ur~n and quoted language he
went to the Myers house at 3 o'clock. I said Mr. Pettigrew usen in the state

I met Mrs. Myers at the house an i
the. two of us went to Myers' bedroom.
lHe was apparently asleep, but just as
we entered he called you're here again.' He grabbed at i
me and as he did so I struck him with
my clue. the billiard cud.
-"Then I held him while his wife
cut his throat with his own razor,.
She cut deep. and I thins made sever-
al slashes about the neck and chest."


One Man Mortally ahd Two Others Are'
Slightly Wou ded.
Couinbus. Ga.. July .--'t obe Reese
aed 36 years. is at the city hospitals
dying; Cl-yid.d Simpson. a young man.,
hi shot through the arm. and Henryl
0nmn. another young man. Is shot in'
the arm and sdie. ihe result of a dif-'
flcolty at the Centennial har.'on First:
avenue \V. Vdne~-(,ay night. .J. Will!
Green. ;ag-d ::1. L,s n.ler arrest charged
with slh oting Reee. i
Ree~e. who is the ?on of a Baptist
minister rec the Alabama penitentiary for burglar.'
izing Couher's bar in Girard. Hec
came here Saturday from Sylacauga .
Ala. He was drunk when Reese and
two friends entered Simpson's tar, and
made an unprovoked attack upon
Green. so witness states. He drew
two pii; '' a"d Green drew a gun and1
the short ir.:; ,egan, the crowd running
out of .lo00n. aa ; windows.
After ,-e v-n shots had been fired-
Reese droipp-d ,. the floor mortally in-
jured, wIth t- fr bullets In his body.
Green was ,'tnnjured. bEving saved
himself by stepping behind a. slot ma-:
chine. behind which he ftood.
Simpson and Odom's a-onds were
accidentally received. :hey are not
very serious. Green has been fore-{
man for B. 11. Hardawaty & Co., fort
15 years. He came from Memphis,
Tenn.. bit has made Columbus his l
headquarters for a number of years. -

Important Decition.-
New York. July 8.-Judge Town-
send. In thi United States circuit
court. has hY-- .ed down a decision sus -
tainin'g the lia .4 of general appraisers
in what !-- kr vn as the wafer case,
one of the- t,, r important customs,
cases la;i'y tri Under this decit-
sion sweet v :s will continue to be
asse-ss,-i at 2 Iper cent as non-enumer.
ated manufactured art~cles. Large
quantities of the-e wafers are Import
ed annually. chiety from England and!
Austria- They con i t of thin layers;
of flour pafte, with a layer of sugar
variously flavored. and the importers.
made the claim that they were free:
of duty unler the paragraph admitting
unleavened bread. '

Recruits Called to Col
St. Petersburg. July 8.-Al
ing naval recruits in the go
of European Asia with the
of Orenburg and Finland. h
closed out by an imperial

Stnrn-ivway, Scotland. July h intended to
steamer Ben Awe has returned ,- complement of the resen
f rm lanan lands and repor- rBalticr aval ports The -
lug ^cnuil no trace of survivors of called to the eolom
wtsedsteamer Norge. .1 ?&afi i,
i' ; - -, ^. .- -" '- * ^ -' * .* * ?-1 ** >nJ. *'*- :*. ..: 7 & :.' 7 ."

11 remain-
vernment !
ave berit
nka :
B up th.
res at the
amber aol
thyeai r

convention in answer to a question as
to whether he would bolt the national
convention, as fo!llow:-:
"Do you suppose I would pledge my-
self to support the nominee of the St.
Louis convention? I put the questions
to you gentlemen. Suppose they nom-
inate old rcrveland or somefther man
in the Clove!and-Hill ring of thie, Dem-
ocrati' pErty? Sui;po.e they reorgan-
;:-? ,w and nominate a Republican on
c r-p,"-i c,-an- platform. declaring for
trnits? s tell youn I would tolt the
tiekpt r : -' ,r .-vy::i- in ::?y pow-

71'-' 'co:ri3ti,,*- ajoutmrd at 1-:(
.- ,iti r fini.h- ri an eon!- .t- fle-
i. it. an auth ,Sri z'n T ts
::ttry '1 r.-,Tpar,' and pr- ent1
i: r-?Tnrt to trb convent$:n.


Japs Sv --.*-. Over r.cur'." Crests and
the Russians Fail Back.
Ta Tmre K:ao. Jly t, -The Japa.
nrse sv-arm ed over- the mountain
crr'~t early this morning and advane-
P.) on Kian rChM. compelling General
Chirikoff. with the center of the Rus-
slan vanguard, to fall baeK.
A whole brigade of Japanese. with
masses of cavalry. followed and oc-
eupied the village of Nan Ty. driving
out tw-o companies of Russian infantry
and two companies of Cossacks who
were entrenched there.
The Japanese arrived within 5 miles
of Kiao Chou. It was then night.
General Samsonoff mace a heroic
attempt to cheek the Japanese. gal-
loplng out with guns to sheii the Jap-
snese left and inflicting great loss on
them. but fearing his retreat would be
cut off. he fell back and !is now hold-
ing K~io Chou.
General Chirkoff's force is stationed
southeast of Kiao Chou. The plans
of the Japanese remain a mystery to
the Russian commanders.


Decision Rendered In Litigation Over
Iroquois Theater Fire.
Chicinr. July S.--Li:,ation to the
probable aggregate tota; of t.t O_,d0W
has b-(n diseonra7zcd by a ru.::ng qo
.ludge lioldom in the superior court, tc
the effect that the city of ('tiea.o was
not liable in any degree ir the Ire-
qnis theattd fire. A suit by Efra
Catherine fiison ft- Tl.V w dahIa's.-c
because of a i-roi jure1 spin-. was the case decided.

Siv v ot!er . had d:-'s -; br-p n eainst the cIr1v
hundreds of' other actions probah5?
wraiid have been filed.
The onium was on th city's de
nurrr-r to ti- av-rrnrprt mat the tte
nter waP a ,':-i rf-anee and thai
the mniirc:;-y waz !Ia*e baus- 0
the d'-ti-i' 4 oT-er- i
a iic-1.- ; L-4,;e the t:- atcr tao eomn-

But ll -n "ad ".' 'yhoun'e b-er-
a usas in the l si meaning o
ttat vre *"I' eity Wilt wo(id ano'

The Isthumaan tal wommoamin l-
finding the labor problem pmae o the
most difficult with whaeh it him to
deal, and as yet they have bee. oa.-
able to determine from whaL -eh
the 0000 or perhaps ,00 er
needed will be dIra.
Admiral Walker, cair-man of th
commission, has, heret-ore. always-
ahown objection to the plan o draw
lag workmen from the ngaro ppola.
tiona n the south, but since the im _i-
gration authorities, backed byr -a-
Sarc-s, have shut down the scheme
of importing Chinese oaelle tite aes.
missioners have now oame -Ice oto ee
with the fact that they wi ot be
able to fil a rush order Sr labor from
the sources at present la uSWht, whic
Include ithtnativtes of Panama and the
negroes of Jamaica.
Great bopes were staked on this Ja-
inmaft source of sUpply, bt-t by a care.
Ifat nrsti~ation the
leve. now tht theyr will be wahl e to
get more than 3,00 or 4.00 fram that

Tragedy in Wlkea County.
IWashingtone. La. July S.-Blakely
Sutton, -one 0 the lasgest farmers -o
tle s county. -Iot and klUe Dr
Robert L Walton. near Deanbumr. r.
Walton is a brother of kr. J. D. vol
toq, of tIanta Suttom came to tows
imaediatelT after the sheeting aca
gave himself up Atothe armeni.
refuses to talk of t tb -. usore a tha
to say that Dr. Walton pasto w
on im at- h frontalUf whS -: W



Wichita, Kaeas City and Tepea AA ,
Experhnclg More Tuouisa fret as
Risn2 River-Water It Streets at
North Topeka.
Kansas City, July 8.-Arm.ord h
the packing house -suburb. At m -
City. is under water jrom the aw
and the water is atli riin-. The
lowland. cf Argentlne mad a da ."a
other suburbs, are t od ed a a a_- b
dreds tOf laboring people have lft-
their homes
West of Kansas City along the Kaw
that stream is bankfull and is do g
great damage at North Tapeka, I w-
rence and at other points and its trb-
itaries are rising. -
There has been almost Ineemsant
rain in this part of the southwest for
five days.
All last night rain fell and in maay
parts of Kansas today it costiianej t :

Wichita. EKa.. Jaly -Wi...ta is
flooded today worse tan ever bmI
fore. The dyke6 at several iaes
along the Little river gave way at
the water poured down Waea esi.e
one of the principal resideece gt Sta
in a raging torrvet, becoiang waist
deep. On Main street the Baltim e
hotel was ,ooded and toe w-ater is
now flowing swiftly within two block
of Douglass aveane, the main bsamnem
People living within se iiB -M of
the Little river h-U vamS -,
houses. .--

Topeka. Kans.. July S--1u watr s
running through the puric al atinets
of North Topeka. and the towa Ias-
serted. The merchantat ran minaI
worked all night gettiag tieir odas
to safe quarters. Tpef proer -Is .
under water for three locks pto
froln the river channels. Traim e
the tnion Pacifc. Stata e eand Rockr
Island are abandoned east and west c
Topeka. -- -_-_-


Many Will Go0To Weork the Pnam
ma CaeaL
Washington, July S.--Tbere isa nop
a strong probability tWat the ma-th
wil be stripped of a large portion
Its labor for wIork&OA the Paatma i
nal.a t -

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-S Stor Nere Whten ie Left to

-stainM anin tW-: :*O .
Amufg the isitor to Gaiaestille,

t -e aest,
er;tri seastelat of a patriot
-_as.y years, is A. 1~0 all of -Mxol-
V"Ga. wioe operatiag one of tbe
MtegesTlve ad prolin farms in
he leat fmtaiqg State Ia the Seobth.
4aIl is a mv ran of two war
.l i re aity a patriot-ite isitrnn

-lci a War, is the former campaign

l ei s ao soflthiseityir. .
i 8 la elar, it was ad- ewsth siasti
8ie whei thin locomotive polled into
Al.Me08"le-" remar "Bed Mr. Hall.
'~1Th: s oal asmall town sarratrd-
srias he a3r.r o g l eo rity. Ir I ,e-
-iilber correctly there were only
th eee i tore i the midst of aih Cp

- pauer, wild eat sad deer, wereipal.
irn. It remember we were gienad I
fr ie. f aople or three miles
.a- the Ie toei.- to. ear Key-ta
stat halft-way a. Amedlado-to
whehs platas hat tihe the trUak hadi
been Saishei. and we certainly appre-
i f it, for it was the fi ide the o
tof c had ever experien ed on a rail-
d. Rail road were i Gae in those

dee ssaury. .
"Wie ere compelled to walk bedk
.afte thi tbreet of a rie on a railroad,e
bat we did eot mind this, for we had
been armioea-d to it before.
While Mr. Hall is a natift Georgian
be iegs spent the greater part of his
timein Florida. When foll of youth
a.d tourage and vigor the Seminole
war waa declared, and with the man-4
haod of a true American and true
Georgian he came to Florida and en-
listed in the company of which Cap-
taM Johnston was in command. It
way be interesting to state that he
ws present when the firt locomotive
stemmed into Gainesville over the old
Penainsular railroad, which was ia 1859,
just at the elose of the Indian war,
when his company bad returned to
Gaiuesville1rom theEverglades, where
they had experienced rough service.
Mr. Hall remained in Gainesrilli and.
vicinity until 1861, when he enlisted
in the Confederate service. He went
to his native State, wheoe be joined!
a company fof the 12th Georgia reg-
iment ander General Dole., an oSleer
who afterwards made himself famous!

I or his gallantry and shrewd maneu-
vers during the entire campaign. Mr.
S Hall fought his way with his regiment
from -Georgia to Virginia, where he
-was wounded and lost a leg at. Alke-
Sgaey, Va., after which he was nec-
esearily retired.
N otwitthtanding that Mr. Hall is
-rather advanced in years. having
reahebd the sunset of his life. he is
S possessed of a most amiable and agree-
able nature,; and speaks of his war
Seperienee with a great deal of en-
. thusiasm and interest.
He relates many good stories of in-
ciodets of-the war in both the Semi-
s:lem and Civil campaigns, and his sto-
ies are- f such deep thought and in-
terest that they are very entertaining.
He isi 'hbbling around' on only one
foot now as evidence that what he telas

S Mr. Hall will remain in (tGineaville
f : ior a- day or two as the goest of Cap-
-tain Johnston. his former commander,
and it is needles to state that the so-
S toum will be a pleasant one.


saitde of 13-Year-pld Boy Near Rock.

Roekartn. Ga., July r-Cary MatI
thews. the 13Syear-old son of Jesse
Matthews. a proseprous farmer 7 miles
.south ofl re, committed suicide on

The father had called Cary to do
sometbhag ahoot the barn. After call-
Is several tUmes and receivul no re.
S apmese, he ban a eiar ch ad found
-:b hBanging to a rafter n.f the loft
of t hebarn.
: The boy had told oea of the Poole
bo y a bout a week so that he was
oing to kill himself, but no attention
:--:-id -been paId to t 1 eark. Nr
m--:- Iame is kowa tfor the boylt dee-, and
%^::^K oth


-D.Kaae of IMrs.. -Ly-
tiv.ito0, was of Hu-a
o.d by.I P u.. cd
of: tomack of t hrnoic
soabs rhDyqospda by
h wIecIted the s* to
Ms aLrt. IKodl.
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Sold by All Druggists.


Dr. J. H. Hodges Claims Homestead
Exemption in U. S. Court.
The Florida Times-Union of the 8:h
ast. contains the following proceeding
of the United States court in Jackson-
Tille which will prove of interest to
the people o this section:
In thecase of the United States of
American ex rel. and J. 1H. Hodges of
Gainesville, Fla., vs. John F. Horr,
United States marshal for the South-
ern district of Florida, a petition for
alternate writ of mandamus was
It appears from the petition that on
May 20. 1901, a deficiency decree was
rendered in the United States eourt in
a sait brought by the Equitable Loan
and Security Company against J. H.
Hodges. The decree was for the sum
of $2 39.69; that on May 21 an execu-
tion was issued thereon, and was lev-
led on May 23 by United States Mar-
shal Horr upon certain property in the
city of Gainesville owned by Dr.
Hodges. and also upon eertan personal
property, all of which is described in
detail in the petition- The petitioner
prays the court for a writt of mands-
mus to omp-el the marshal to release
from the execution the real and per-
sonal property that is exempt from

forced sale under the Florida home-
stead exemption law.
The petition was filed yesterday by
A. H. King, attorney, just after the
departure of Judge Locke for New
York. In order to secure prompt de-
cision on the petition it will now have
to be taken before Judge Speer or
some other United States judge who
can be resehed.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chase. Applegate of
Alexandria. Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I wquld
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov-
ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to aore coughs, colds, lagrippe, bron-
chitis and all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50( and $1. Irial bottles free at
all drug store.

Cctorrbra th P--efuli.
New Y..r;. -1 --I- e :
al opiniorL. -ay a H-ra:t ::.-*n:
from Bogota. that the offrtwai rr -,.:
mation of Genera. Rarafai Rey-s a-
president and Ramon Gonzales Vz..
enci as vice .president. which o<-
curred July 4. guarantees peace, orde-:
and the future prosperity of Colorm
bi, owing to General Reyes per-
sonal and political prestige at home
and abroad. The interior of cocl.
Ibla Is peaceful.

UUluing. ani pamtLU U -oveIr iL Vaute--
rille Theater."
The Gothic letters bearing the name
which appeared above the main en-
trance have been chiseled out Noth-
'ng yet las been substitute.

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem, Mo., is instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney dis-
ease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt well. Doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi-
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and-
leas than two bottles completely eured
me and I am now sound and well."
,old by J. W. MeCollom & Co.
Fannin News.
Fannin, Fai.. July 8--The Glo-
riius Fourth was celebrated by
over 1,200 lively, entergetic Ameri-
cans. The sun rose bright as usual.
By 8 o'clock the crowd began to gath-
er; by this time the well furnished
ice cream and lemonade stand was
all ready. The dancing hail was nice-
ly arranged, and the young people en-
joyed dancing as well as the many oth-
er exercises of the day.
The steamer Thetis landed her large
crowd of gay passengers at 1 o'clock
which only added to the great number
already on the picnic grounds
This celebration occurs every
Fourth of July, which shows that Fan-
cLni~pd its surroundings are not dead.
".o -ording to size and chance we
must t p.t our litte burg against anr
ijiee or towln in the State.

Working Night and Day.
The botiest and-i mightiest. little
thing that ever was mad-i Dr. King's
New Life Pills. These pillr-bhaitge
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build-
ing up the health; Only 25c per box.
Sold by all druggists.
A Sustaining Diet.
These are the enervating days, when,
as somebody has said, men drop by
the sunstroke as if the day of fire had
dawned. They are fraught with
danger to people whose systems are
poorly sustained; and this leads sn to
say, in the interest of the less robot
of our readers, that the fall effect of
Hood's arsaariiIa is such as to sug-
gest the propriety of calling this medi-
eine something besides a blood puri-
ier and tonic-say, a sustaining diet.
It makes it much easier to bear the
heat, assre rerefshing sleep, and
will without any doubt avert much
sickness at this time of year.



S0 GAppatait .
E ilais. July -Natoal C lemmit-

1be of special on: eti ap,- oiat-
m tsa af wellrk owa Georegwa Ha b
T. G. Hgudsn member of the senate.
was made assistant sergeant at arms
of the convention d a similar honor
was accorded to W. C. WaddeL of At-
UIata, organizer and secretary of the
first Parker club formed n the coun-
try. Editor Tom Loyless. of THe Aa-
gusta Chroifcle, was appointed assist-
Bat secretary of the convention. Dr.
WilliamBradforC, of Cedartown, was
made special mdical officer of 1tt
convention; Captain Tom yeal of At-
lanta was given the appointment ot
doorkeeper. Mr. Felton Knaihtg of
Cedartown, who is one of the most.
popular officials of the national hoses
of representatives, was appointed a
special officer in attendance upon the
speaker' stand. Aaron Haas. Jr.. of
Atlanta, is one of the convention nsh-
ers and Master Sydney Strickian ot
Carterville, one of the pages. No
other southern state and probably no
other state except Missour. is so lib-
erally represented upon the convention


Sig- Ob'itera!td on Euliding Where
Hctccaust Occurred.
Ch:cai. J.1:; .-. Very evidenc'
Gf t;e -wert' eo.s 'm relation tc
tht bu\ti iir- frt-try IKnown as thbo
lroquls thea:Tr, ha-s been ob:terated
and not even rhe sign remains to re-
mind of the accident in
which over 6(000 persons lost theil
Uv&s- i
Painers have obliterated the sign
"'Iroquois Theaier," which extend-ed
along the Dearborn street side of thi

For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesvile

ors, lighting devices, ebugar sbs
SIOa' on Ios. to lyiem all at fair&gea

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Jacksoriville aid New Yorki :,:
Calling at CHARLESTON C., both way.
Phe rood asuk t CIR tbe
Slyde New England and Southern Lin
u Direct Seice Between JACKSOVILLE, BOS," .--a
N PBOVKLD CE : and All Eastern t, P :.-n
Canling at Charlestne both wha -
SE-x-iarasD s
Southbound.. ........... ...... Lews "-Boston
Nornhbound...... .... ..... Prom Foot of atherine tt. Jae ie

ClvB St, Johns Bir
Betreeren JAcicoVrtWi.,L annd SAa^es w
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, t Francib Beeord(DeLand), and Iiteae
landiu onga St. JOeai --iter
Leives Jacksonville S-0 p. m. Sunday, Tedaya and Tha
Leaves. Sanford 9:0., am. Monday Wednesdays axid Fridays.-
Is appointed to sail a fohows:
soStUR 80RCEDTLLE srnt-5
Read dow, KC B
Leave 8:0 p m.. .. Jackvile... .. .. ... 2.a
8.45 p ................... ..Pala a... ... ....e
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Foot oft Urcn saeet. JekMa&Ine.
A. C. RAGE7RIY. Ge Ea.t" PasAgc.ew Yoirk- CLYTXJULEGe.rtAPINwT
Gtene al Manager. General AgiMna,
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The Atlantic Coast Line

ontgomery and L. & N. e Flyer r

AtlRnta atd ro:at-m

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On ale daily. Good tiU Dee. 25.

le dily. sixty

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RVigor, It repairs the hair,
touches it up gives it new ifebr back the old da
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fther Cort, dow er, whas mnoes otk
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SMi- ickhards Enrtain in Ho:ter
Misses Wlcox a id Hmrri
i -.lths ite',e"olg t Se sw th
osa of her parent on Park avenOs
Mi sOhbristine1ihards entertained to two h haie g guests Miss Wiles

t- h u yOf BiBd and Mis Harris of Deals
eetiang wasa pgmepslve proposingi
i ds i. thbein oleap year, tlho e ny 0
ladies took advanage of it and prI
:posd to the y i L tme If lthe son
m were ready o eeept during sth
ivei aihute pueposal they presented
-he yoag ody with a heart, or-
they s ait to renfue they gave thet

After eah yeong lady had propose
to all the entlemen, the young lad
who had the mWot hearts was given
lovely rise, and it was discovered a

the end of the test that Miss Dia
Cost. Miss Colson, Mi Hodge a
Miss Harris ad not reeived a mittel
ad on the eut Miss Hearris won, ao

ri:: e to Miss Hodges. Aben itif
twaive to ss Dempaey to on
l hbier for receiving the most mit

L After the propoalotest was over,

served and variou gamesplayed unti

S hioee wirho-enjoyed this lovely part;
w it -the following: Misses -1ef
SDepsey, Bessie and Pearl Colson
a tie R odges, Nell and Mary DaCos
Binnie iYoung. Nannie Wileox
Looihii arris, Messrs. Harry Cannon
Trueheart Bodiford, Wade Hampton
fhiL Moidkiobr. Turner Pound
James. Merchant. Ie Colhon, Be

Satatenee, torpidity of the liver, eon.
aviation, palpisation .of the hears
pohorbood, headache and other ner
VIon Mmptoms. sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive l-reath ad a legio
of other ailments. is at onde the mot
widespread and destructive malady
asong the Americaa people. The

Herbine treatment will ere all these
toubles. 50e bottle. Sold by W. M

rWaterman's Poem.
c The publisher of The Sou has re.
Valued anay compliments on the ex.
eslene of the Fourth of July poem
wttent by Mrs. A. Waterman, whict
speared in the issue of Sunday, July
Thk poeM was written by MNl
an o w this ity, daughter A
J.Shnono' ,Anow in NewYork,
ly for The SO, and we anre
that our readers perused thi

tlspapeprwith several desi
poems of her own composition
I whis^ -have been -well received
Mo Pity Shown.
fate was after me eon.
-artites F. A. Gullege, Ver.
'I had a terrible ease ol
g -tumoors. When all
'a Amiga Salve cured
^s. (hnd t ate all dro

AUaklesodicsmyouwiIsmsn frou
I ii lisjni M iebbo

iI teymaes aoe sfe kor ol
it of ordsrtheyfall to do

t eit s an d m akes on e feelhea. shAg
oIn w in g In com e k idne -

I idney trouble causes quick or unsteady
Sheart beats and makes one fee as tbousgh
Sthey had hear trouble, became t heart is
* ndsoned blood through veins and arteries.
S t used to be considered that only urinary
Stroubles wre to be traced to the kidneys
, bt now modern science proves that nearly
ai constitutional diseaseshave their begin-
h- f
* ourin i kidney trouble.
* tf you are sick you can make no mistake
byfirst doctoring your kidneys The mild
Sand the etror y effect of Dr. K imer
Swm pRo, the great kidney remedy
soon realized It stands the highest for it
I wonderfulcures of the most distressing cases
Sand is sold onits merits
Sby andruggists in fifty
t and one-dollar siz-
n. Ylou !may have a
sample bottle by mail Hame* of swnsROa
free, alsopamphlet telling you how to fint
Sout if you have kidney or bladder trouble
Mention this paper when writing Dr. KUmM

r Don'tmake any mistake, but remem-
Sberthe name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil.
Sinmer' Swamp-Boot, and the address,
a Binghamton. N. Y.. on every bottle.


On the Death of Mrs. W. B.
We, as members of the Woman's
Home Mission Society of Gainesville,
deeply deplore the death of our
friend ad co-worker, Mr. Florence
Hoastoa Phifer, who, in the wisdom of
God,bas been called from earth's labor
to heaven's reward; Therefore be it
Resolved, That while we feel keen-
ly our sad los, we rejoice in the eter-
nal weight of glory that has come to
her, and bow in humble submission to
God's will; knowing that he does all
thing well.
Resolved, That we shall miss her
from our counsel; yet her example of
piety and fidelity will ever be inspira-
tion to us,and we pray that her mantle
of umefulnes will fall on her so-work-
Resolved, That our sympathy be ex-
tended to her loved ones, and com-
eand them to the Holy Comforter,
who was her counselor and guide in
every walk of life.
Resolved, That a page be inscribed
to her memory in our minute book,
that a copy of these resolutions be
furnished The Gaineasville Sun, The
ainesville Star and The Florida
Christian Advocate for publication,
also that a copy be sent to her family*
Respectfully submitted.
Mas J. M. DELL,
Wedding at Alachua.

, There was rather a romantic mar-
- riage at Alachua Friday, when Pike
, Thomas of Mount Dora and Miss Bes.
, lie Nash of Alaehua were united in
Sthe- bonds that will tie them for the
, remainder of their lives.
n The wedding was solemnize. at the
home of the bride's uncle. B. W. Cato,
Rev. W. C. Foster officiating. While
both young people are popular and
' there was no objection to the union,
they decided to have a quiet marriage
Sand were successful.
SMr. Thomas is a -successful young
business, man and -rising citizen of
SMount Dora, and may yet make his
mark in the world. The bride was one
Iof Alachua's fairest daughters, and
D the pair will make a happy home.
* They will rectde in Mount Dora.
The Sun. with other friends, extends
congratulations with best wishes for
a long and happy life.

S If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup, for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allay all pain, cures wind eolio and is
I the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen.
Sty-flve cents a bottle.

These to be Added.
The Sun unintentionally omitted to.
. mention that at the meeting of the
Board of Trade Tuesday afternoon
. Messr. (.-B. St rouse and W. M. Pep-
per were elected as honorary members
of the board. In the confusion and
Enthusiasm which followed the meet-
ing the reporter neglected to secure
r these names, hence they failed t ap-
Spear on Wednesday morning.

NmE SO- .. .

, rs o o, r o t, R lbea td L-

port wNl be nuasnmous.
Miss Miler Married.
The numero-s friends of Mte Maud
Miller. formerly of Kinapaha but
-ow residing at Goodall- on the ]O
Coast, will no doubt be surprise& to
hear of her marriage. This young
lady was married on the 3d inst. to
B. P. PGodwin, a young iman well and
favorably known in this section.
The happy pair will arrive in this
eity next week, and will remove to
'Roky Point, where they will make
their future home. The Sun. with
Other friends, extends eogratulations
I and best wishes for a long and happy
-married life.

Consulnptives Need Not Despair

Asp any eases pronounced hopeless
by physidmins have been eured by Fo.
ley's Honey and TarL.L. M. Ruggles of
meaoaer, Iowa, writes: ."The doctors
said I had consumption and I got no
better until T used Fole 's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain iW my longs and today I amnsound
and well." Sold by J. W. MeColliom
& Co.

Higginbotham Kilts Negro.
Madison, Ga.. July 8.-R. H. Higgin.
botham, who lives about 10 miles west
of Madison. -n this county, shot and
killed a negro by the name of Ameos
Brown in his back yard Tuesday even-

The nPgro was trying to brain Hisg
gtnbotlam with 9 heavy mattock
when the latter shot him.
At the coroner's inquest the fury
pronounced the killing justifiable- ho

Cheerfully Recommended for Rheu-
0. G. Higbee, Danville, III., writes,
Dee. 2.1901: "About two years ago I
was laid up for four months with
rheumatism. I tried Ballard'a Snow
Liniment: one bottle eured me. I
oan cheerfully recommend it to all
Suffering from like afflietionwr." 64,
50e, ti. Sold by W. M. JohnK- .


Harness and

Repair Shop

In Connection with Stables.

All work dQee promptly ad rogarar-
teed. Prim*res isable. hkop at Bew
tabes East Unlow treet--crner Saft


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Oar business is strictly confined to the various dat aias bse o w.
ership of land, and we have no private or personal "a e grim l n-
with that business We make a special of the prepaurla f mm
make exhaustive invetigation of titles. We epe t pyi-- intit
all matters pertaining to the amemmnt and pm me t A l &i T
demption of outstanding tax sales. When yoo -oieed mpt m l Mi AM-iNAM.
viee in our line call on or write B. Notary public aiho- -
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ValueS. ,
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movements. -
Reviews, analyzes and criticisms Railrd-
and Industrial reports.
Has complete tables of: Earn.i of
Properties .
Quotes act and inive ve oi~8 --nd-
Records the last sale of Bonds am&' dl
yield on Investments at theprice,
Answer without charge, queries con-
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tan *any boquet. to the0 dead.

-"_l w..i t y~A. r mOt ope
li. wit. h a suidal itent should not

ii-Caultiat the interesting oeu-patis-
stliseayg for yonself ad you: will

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k tOK drinpathss b ea- OsMsfua
p. rpe. ast gB o. terror at teeIY-i

A, s we" e eamtm ef the Bt
ea emonenof plot s saawh*atb
life. HiSkeoclai, seeking to get rid
of him, i ae onspi red with ensai of
the ladies of his hasm toinjest rough'
m rats into his breakfate foods, and
he useal results are following..
Abwdl amiof is one of the stfteno
rulers who lead character to this

Swhere his interests are menaced, just
as does tae German kaisernmd -ome
loser lights of the a eatorder, who
ilght be named. In Constantinople
it i.s I ible to stilise inore praetieal
mamtas to rid the ruler of his euemies
Oat oould be well employed In Berlin
or ip Waihington, and the s ltanh s
tria and true oefieial hae been husy-
14g themselves on truly practical lines.
A mber f the high officials at the
9- ie. hare been turned into quiet
cur ners and choked to death with all
the savoir faire eaiployed by (he so-
eomplished highwaymen who hold up
arerent pedestrians in Carter Hardi-
son's city of Chicago. A number of
the sirens of the harem suspected of
complicity in the plot against the sul-
tan, or of whom that eminent polyg-
amist has tired, have been quietly
dropped into the Bosphorus, which af-
fords instant and pleasant death by
drowning with no tell-tale morgue so-
coimpaniment. Deaths by wholesale
are reported.
Misguided correspondents of Euro-
pean newspapersn ee in all this an In-
dication of the sultans' "insanity."
Were these gentlemen truly alive to
the trend of the times, they would re-
alize that it is all part of the strenuous
life-nothing more.-Constitution.

The Capitol Building a t Wahing-
ton, i C.. is the largest building in
the United States" The corner stone
was laid December 18, 1763, by Presi-
dent Washington, assisted by other
Masons. It was partially destroyed
by the British in in 1814. The present
dome was began in 1855 and finished
in 186.. The flag of the United States
floated from it December 12th., 1833.
The coast of the entire building has
been something over, 13.000,000. Its
length is 715 feet, four inches; width
324 feet. It covers 8 1-2 aes a of
ground. The distance from the ground
so the top of the dome, 307 1-1 feet;
diameter of dome 14512 feet, making
fifth as to size with the geatext domes
of the world.

Witnesses before the UnCoited States
commission to establish stsnd.asd far
pare foods, at its session in New York.
declared that collie, and jams are gen-
erally adulterated. Glueose and col-
oring matter, they, they asserted, are
not harmful, and one man, speaking
for the manufacturers of preserves,
said that 60 per cent of the "jellies"

matter. Some jellies, he said, con-

pound jellies by mixing of different
fruits was forbidden 75 per cent of the

Approximately $45,000.O00 will be
paid by the government to the rail-

roads this year, including the allow-
ance made for use of postal ears, in
addition to thkt for transporting them.
We are told by competent authority
that our government pays each year to
railroads alone, more than all the rest
o! the world pays for transportation,
including charges of railways, wages.
messengers, steamboats, ete. The
same authority claims our government
pays more every year for the use of-
postal ears than it would cost to build
outright all the postal ears used.

As is well known, relates The At-
ehison Globe, a school teacher most
always refers to her pupils as "my
children." An Atchison teacher see-
ing a man on the street the other day
whom she thought she ought to know,
approached him and said: "I beg
your pardon, aren't -yo Mr.--the
father of one of my children?" That
man is running yet.

John D.Rockefeller is perfecting a
25.X00,000,000 mine combine, having
seured control of tke Preaest tmuiing
properties in the countri.. He expects
to control the entire output of leading
mineralft. Johui D. cannot buy a
place in heaven bh eertsins isn't go-
ing to take ny chamsies on earth.

jAS ptftes absel inriamely anB-Bld
wuehser thas paty Ia wie oe. Hew
a ,a semU r or aeie were imns-
migrants wintot .e. dollars in pock-
ut when they lauded?

Jo hn okefeller- is supposed to
have riehes eceeding .0,00,00.

Aad yet be bas not AseMey to
purchase a. sound stomach or the
of hh poor workingnen. There atr
oam things poer people poses. which
riches cannot buy.

A young lady applicant for a ncboWO
in a Kansas town was aked the ques.-
tion: "What is your position Opo
whipping children" and her reply-
was: "My usual position is on schair,-
withthe child held firmly across my
tee, face downward." She got the


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VWb-ezx in I ed^ of

The pay of Chinese soldiers figures
exactly 18 cents per week in our
money. They are paid by month and
each private carries way his envelope
containing 72 eena.

No matter how hard the stormsof
trouble beat sad break, there's always
a little lighthouse called hope which
shines brightly across the reefs of sor-
row and anxieties.

Do today's duty, fight today's temp-
tations. Do not weaken and distract
yourself looking forward to things you
cannot see, and could not understand
if you saw.
Money and time are the heaviest
burdens of life, and the unhappiest of
all mortals are those who have more
of either than they know how to mee.

When a man comes home late and
gives his wife $50 in the morning it is
a sign that this won't be her day for
denouncing poker playing.

When a man paints the town red
the color is all gone the next morning
except the dark brown taste in his
mouth. ___
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IBe sin es fallea and 4e*
-*Ag aggt Wide so-

JtY bee m ta

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igbe@ Wet Ead iato a promleanee
ri^bag O .,4 In 8' -: ik*nw
Sw beaete aeredtat weal he
s ir p l oierThe Wet Epi
St e the ado winds

io W -ind am Iog
: Iee.... .o : ..ode

b WesternaAlseku, in what I known

Se tel e ik wa iaud W. W.
a the hea mfac-.*
a- t I a.tmrkwo are regarded as

,) gl eioiwm of the Sate, are leasing
a Iit-Iat timber land from the
g inis~ snd Is a short m popoe to
_gi a.searw Treats. a t ee:Ie a" il
tlby whiehk te will be raset the
WigaW iivggePta from the dead pine
^trees t as Mesars Tyler d&
I- 1 will begin the ere.tion of the
p .lrnetatsaeesiy da, and what haa

i IproRl A larte number of hands
S will beemoyednd from a commer-
eialand iitatrial tansadpoint this fac-
tory wil ive the storm belt a. fesh
it b n.i oad tha&Tyler & Son- will
etablish a large isaw =il near TrenW

High Springs Friend of Miss Whilden

-igh Spri.g. 8.-A ery select
danee ompWillmeBtary to Miss Cora
-Whilden wastgiven on Friday eveong,
&July 1st, as Newberry's new open
-- h o es ._ . _. .
MiWMleu huasa habu of friend#
itn ht oty and d ed all owr the
a-te, and this method was chosen as
ai ezprxesion of their pleasure to hare
er with tem again after an extend
ed isitto theEast Coast and Georgia.
S Mrs Ada Mo -. the skilful pianist,
Sverygeuerooslyeousudbuted the mU-
V ile as a faurher -ompliment to the
hamp plet. -
Refrehet of a delieios nature
were Served throughput the evetag.
The Be-t Health Cu.:u.*
t lo poor man ea- affod to bothIer
with any of the experimental health
e-!l .He is toobsy maig a living
for himself and family, and when he is
* atisted with a ml eoqgb or cold, or
devekTeops eatarrb as the direct resul of
a eol4, he impty takes a few doses of
Dr. Baseheee's % maa Syrup. And if
s something more soeios, say cousump-
tion, pretrasesa him or any member of
his family, German Syrup ean again
S e .ealid ona t-o effet a cure. Trial
. :b-t.e, as-Big bottle, f.. A. _-. K.

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s To G. Into Encampment 1l

S ontomery, A: July 8.-The br
-Pde :eucanrment of the Alabama na
toal :ardi has been ordered at BIr
aa. uly IS, for 10 days
S Th wil be three regirumes .-
te c.batfmp.a1 -of artillery Par

amxttr was t=et'led at a eM?*tlan
Of, eeas here and__the governy
titicatp crder at onee. 't
f re~gnar cavalry wll be &*
tAbtecamp. -ca

-Curedeof Itching Plies. /
*s V mt. uelhant of Otchard,
?*: "i1bedtbeen greatly trot-
t M w-.-tDug plea for several
man, so-ealled pile-
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wh 0
oa1ww no vsIAar ox-

-t, forng a perfet te. as that
g th etaonet fte beeosas One atb-

' O. O ofr t.w- -
a fthousef of dit erth ca-

-I J, .re- lighted. giving forth their
wi a-ng at nIghttime. Of these a
seo w or Imore threw a beami of 14eOOm
Sealde power. a-To m2ainan the lght-
o,-as8e service a corps of over 4LW
S -i f constantly employed ad a feet

So more than fiftn.y ssels. w o service
in the world exceeds our own t com--
ple eness and e-iciency.
"Pot W...g.-s
la ertaiu districts of England fpr-
Smcrly- wea an owner parted alnae
SeuntirAy with other rights to a house
he woutid reserve the right of boiling
hl pat on the fire. This severed to him
the rigt of votln and. what was of
:w :c importance,. the position of being
A fr.iholder. At Taunton, for example.
the voters were called 'pot wallopers"
bLtw use they bad the rights to "wai-
jop." or boll. their pots at ithe ire in
Stht:r ficeh-l houes. &Soetlme-e when
a e u parted with a long leae, but
niOL wi.h hie freehold of a house, It was
ex: re:iy stipulauted that he shoultl
ke p ti riiMt to boll his pot on thi

W.tere- Bsrewblp. Are Prokibited.
I here a isujlS lw in force In
ia f thr lrge R ussiWan towns con-
S -'. .\.on the curious things
| t.. ,rre' t thoe liention on arriving In_
I * .. A th. -e-ntir' stV -i

Iwal MaaW tOWN :. i sersA i of *s e :- a 4o f .v.lilclwe. There is a law
_" "r "h"u:- .lh!r Tism. There is not a
si: :I. "T .". t i Mhsrow. The ex-
CH1CAGO, ILL., 427 Monroe Street- c :cia<>t ea o.-rion of til, horses ,tts.t
"As far as I have observed Pertua the -wneilt of this humane law. Noth-
is the finest tonic any mni or womanI can ext 'l the b-innty of the 4s k
an use who is wea from the after nal w el ii:r-: horste s used in the
effects of any serious illness. earria -of MoE-0W.
Perwae seems to iwatow .s-ty, -
iase hodiiy vgorawad remew heath"
ate staiustb Is#aaW SIhadort F-1r., w- W-jAslf1t
te",-nM&S. KATE TA LE*. L V "r.t;.se olitt.-nr)a
Address The Peruna Medicine Co., 4 -.I nT.narchh -ia iq.i-
Columbu., Ohio, if you desire tree liters. tie pa~sio for iuttuon. and In the
ture on catarrh. yetr 15 he- s1itent a very large amount
on this lhbiy. Among the items of his
MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. e-pendit t two are worthy of note-
- Antust. 1sIN. two diamond buttons.
Anxiety Felt at Victor, Col., For Safty I7..a6 frane: seventy-fve dIamond
.-nbuttons. 5t.703 francs. It is estimated
of Departed Men. that during his lifetime he spent L,-
Victo, Col.. July 8.-Considerable 000,000 on buttons alone, and thatat a
five men who were deported from this in a state of bankruptcy.
district by the military, but have re-
turned within the last week. JDinalt Show Them.
The men were placed under arrest "Tie wears his heart on his sleeve"
by the civit authorities as soon as it asserts the fair damnteL who in telling
iw-as learned that they nad defied the about the shallow youth.
orders -'vfn them at the time ot their "Yes; I saw that long ago. That isn't
deportation. They wvre kept under wbat puzzlhis me bout him," replies
guard-art a hotel until last night. when the morc practial al ialein.
two deputy sheriffs ,iarted. presuma- wt ilt iere e s hsy
bly to escort them .ut of the camp. rb"n't.i Louv.Rivr berl keepshli.
At a point west of the ci:y near t bra Lou Rpulic.
Santa Rita min". t C deputies were
sudden! Rit ro. t y half ae;t dze wre 8asballPlayersand Foot Racers!
sndden!y .cnfron-id by lh-alf a df.zen
masked men who te ,eavily armed. Louis J. Kroger, exechampion long
-Therfsn i t-, .al;n froki, tLb distance foot racer of Germany- and
deputies as aiso w-re th .r gunth ana eolland, writes. October 27th, 1901:
they werf ord;ri t,) return to town. During my training of eight weeks'
This order the vr.'w y,-. A hort dis foot races at Salt Lake City. in April
tace truom tho pai:it where the mask. last, I used zBallard's Snow Liniment
ed Ien flr-t ar.p'-arid the dieputil's to my greatest satitfsetion. There-
saw a lafi r nd ',' masked men. fore, I highly recommend Snow Lini-
numbering at least :.. ment to all who are troubled with
Immediately a.i. rtnurning to the sprain.s bruises or rheumatimni." 25c,
city thri- dp-i.- t. lI to in sheriff' 0e&, $1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-
office and the an;iuzary headquarterss of
their exp-ri-nce. F- details dt troops
were sent cut to each for the kid. Gi Si I Chie Workf
naped men, and Sheriff Edward Btil
also headed a posse in pursuit.
The pursuing parties returned to GENERAL MILL 4,
this eity after several hours' fruitles MACHI RY REPAIRS.v
-earch. The hunt was resumed at
4WD9 ht by the mitary.
Can turn and straighten whole leanga
of Shafting and, Pipe-ttiag
Croup. of
_. up. -upto~ihp I t.o-
Is a violent inflammation of thean-
eous membrane of the wind pipe,
.wbieh sometimes extends to the lar-
ynx and bromehial tubes, and is one of CrO OIN REPAIING
-the most dangerous diseases 6 echil- S PECIALTY,
dren. It almost always comes on in
the night. Give frequent small doses Ps j l'l I P_| l
.of Ballard's IfOrehoond Syrup and ap- "_,
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment external- -
-y to the throat. 25e,0evV. Sold by

tagu Matthew and Matthew Montagu-
the latter a little man. Ihmring a -es- w
als of parliament, the speaker having
addressed the latter as the former.
Meaotage Matthew-observed that it was RE
stra he should make such a mis- a
take, as there was as great a differ- am asseM pAggngL
ee between them as between a horse WE CIJVS FAWUT Urns.
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We pay'freight or
following liquors:-

express charges on

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in theW.W aky L:-
4 full quarts ....... 5 00
12 ful quarts ...........1..... A- 175

4 ful qnart ..... .... ........
12 fill quarts ...................
4 fall qnarts. ... ...
fu 11 qarts ...... ....... .- .
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hndle everything n iq ie, ,g
a.nts for Pahst Milwaukee -and Jungs "S--".
Whiskies, -ins, .Rums from 1.50 to 5.00 per g:L
Californi i Wine from 1i 00 to 2.50 per gal. ea
pmrted Win. of al descriptions.

One-Thrd Easier
S4One-Third Fa t

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N ew York, _Ily -Private ad.ies
S- ?vet(- by cable are to the Ie dSt
tIa a T- 'dihb te--at-a.l Baas
-.- .l thtYe the~ port of athpe*
o gartemals was almost, It not
2 klly destroyed last Theoday by a

:- details ar lacklb but freo the
.;t. w .words ree eived It aw eoe u that
th-- pot will ot be abMO e to r-see-tw
f sip goods for two u o1th s c.
Ch-lairpe.teo, as we. a the rest of
th- e Guatemalan ecort, fqanutey mhas
S--re d oem uhe elements, eahrthr
gts adtidal wave s tseau tmae mot
mii n forms of trouble that come

-- Introduced to Matke Burglary Cap

Atlant. July 8,-eArly the entire

~al- &* the ml at teioat the dbill
-to retIate elections in the state. la
th committee of the whole the house
t up the bill aa a speciMl order of
- Sp eaaeas. From 10:& o'clock until
I. l e- .e gk, the hour of adjournment,
Alth rBat section of the bill was dis-
bea led and no Inal action was takes.
whe oriihal election bill was i tro.e
d:cees by Mr. Kely, of GtlasCoc s and

g S the t -senate-and hoae. That con-
f i e reported back a substitute for
Kelly's bill and It was the substitute
whlch was taken up by the house in
S th ooummittee of the whole Wednes-
*ay mornalang.
mr. Kelly's b1i" was read and then
Mr. Saton. of Palton. chairman of
the committee of the whole, badI the
substitute red' by sections.
As soo- as the first section was
w smendameus began to pour in up.
es the clerks desk, That section
a e the jury commissioners of eace
ueenty election superintendents and
gav them the power to appoint all
-iection managers and clerks., it was
this-provision whIeh evoked much dia-
cusaion and called for several amend-

|Mr. teed. of Taylor, offered an
amendment giving the superior court
Jadges --the, power to appoint three
election superintendents in each count

Mr. Gross. of McDuffie, wanted the
vandidttes to nane the managers and
Clerks at all elections, and to also
-ame friends who would remain with
the managers when the ballots were
eaunted. Mr Gross also wanted the
barst sectiont of the bill amended so
t hatthe maassers and clerks would
not number ballots because, he claim'
ed, this destroyed the secrecy of the
proposed system. .
m At a meeting of the general judici-
ary committee Wednesday afternoon

make burglary lf a residence at night
wheansch dwelling is occupied, a cay
Ital joffinse. rpanishable by banging
was acted upon and the report of the
committee will be that the bill "dc

- S.. a The bill provides that If tht
jury -recommend- the prisoner to the
S. ercy of the court, the -Judge can
S make the s entence from one to twen
tt years. the same punis-ment for
Sbuarary as he -law now stands.
A short session with very little buh
tuess transacted was the program ins
the senate Wednesday morning. Sever
at bills were read the second time;
one resolution was defeated: one bill
tabled; a trio of new blls introduced
and two judgeship ajpointaents com.
\-. '. -tB ine-:- --

SBrutay Tortured.
Aease cae to light that for per-
istent sad aamerifal torture has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
GOl eickofuColua, Cal:, writes: ]For
S 15 yeaxr I endured i6Isferable pain
-fpm rheumatismm and nothing re-
lieved me though I tried everything
knowI. I emne aseross Electrie Bit--
S te., and it's the gr ate t medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few bottles
of it completely relieved and uenred
"me." Jastas good for liver and kid-
emy tro-Ues a d general debility.
Only 1 Satisfact on gurant.e.d by
an duesist _____.___

-f i --mi OW-K
A S at MW t Le SMWa
.-- r. 6oo of- tame lckab ,~a-

-mer ad t son* and -ied by
-them to s-atable feedlne groUnd. A
iWe write. a-peak of seeing eths
- theTangtse in mainstream. seating
Compact makes wf hth ra -
ing current and sourroanded by their
guardlias a tabs. who, armed with
ong bamboos. smartly whacked ay
birds that happened to stray
be ducks always p tper o be of
the same age. a mrioms faet that Is ex-.
platned by the ChInese ue of incba-
torm CAn ltrge Scale. They are
chaiy about reealng details. but it
wouki appear that these incubators are
either iade of manure and line In the
open air or I- rooms heatBed by char
coal fresh the efgs in this case being
placed In baskets covered with straw
ior cttone wooL.
To illetrate the Oagnitude of these
operations it maybe mentioned that a
boat on a rfrer vi1 sometimes eneoon-
te a floating main of eggsbello i num-
bering tens of thousands and coming
from an ncbator where ducks have
just been batched.

stable lust-ee of Preseaee ot
uad Iln the Pelple.
Frederick bhe reat, being Informed
of the death of one of his chaplains, a
man of considerable learning and pl.
ety. determined to select a successor
with the same qualifcatioca and took
the following method of ascertaining
the merit of one of the namenros can-
didates for the appointment: He told
the applicant that be would furnIsh
him with a text the following Sun-
day. when lie was to preach at the
royal chapel. The morning came, and
the chapel was crowded to excess.
The king arrived at the end of the
prayers. and on the candidate ascend-
Ing the pulpit be was presented with
a sealed paper by one of his majesty's
aids-de-camp. The preacher opened
it and found nothing written. He did
not. however, lose his presence of
mind. but turning the paper on both
aides, be said:
".My brethren, here is nothing, and
there is nothing. Out of nothing God
eated all things." And' he proceeded
to deliver a most eloquent discourse on
the wonders of the creatils.
Tihe Story of a Crest.
There is a curious tradition coneern-
tog the almost miraculona preservation
of the life of the first Earl of Kildare.
which explains the origin of the crest
used by the Offaty Geraldines. While
an Infant, so the record runs, be wao
In the castle of Woodstock when ait
alarm of ire was raised. In the con-
fusion that ensued the child was for-
gotten. and on the servunts running to

lay was found in ruins. Soon after a.
tandge voice was beard in one of the
towers, and on looking up they saw
an ape, which was usually kept chain-
ed. carefully holding the child in his
arms. The earl afterward, in grati-
tude for his preservation, adopted a
monkey for his crest.-London News.
Agem of Birds.
Small singing birds live from eight to
eighteen years. Ravens have lived for
almost a hundred years in captivity.
iand parrot. longer than that. Fowls
lve ten to twenty years.. The wild
goose lives upward of a hundred years.
and swans are said to have attained
the age of 800. The long life of birds

has been Interpreted as compensation
for the great mortality Mf their young.
A Fatal s IseIo.
"I eanh't for the life of me make out
what my wife Is driving at In this let-
*Of courseyou can't, old chap. Don't
you see that she forgot to add the post-
ucript"'-New Orleans Tirmes-Demo
-Grad#4 Affecttio.
Housekeeper--Do you love children?
Applicant-It all depends on the
wages. munm.

Round Trip Rates to Washington, D.C.
Atlantic Coast Line, the quickest
route by two hours and eleven -min-
utes from Jacksonville to Washington,
offers excursion rate, Jacksonville to
WashingtovMand return, $37. Ticket
now on safe. Florida and West In-
dian Limited, fastest and finest all-
year train between the Eastand South,
leaves Jacksonville at 9 a. m., arriving
in Washington 7:54 a. m. following
morning. No 40, Atlantic Coast Line
Express, leaves Jaetsonville 8:06 p.
m., arriving in Washington 11:50 p.
m. following evening. An excellent
opportunity to visit the nation' caspi-
tal at nominal costL Tickets good to
return to October SIM.t Avail your-
self of the quickest and best line.
Both tmins carry Pullman drawing-
room sleepers, Jacksonville to Wash-
ington. Florida and W.est Indian
Limited carries Pullman finest dining
ears, Savannah to Washingtoin

nfose. >Qusan.wH1P T.ar4

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*eewetwa to jaw. t amddo wBlE -ie tbeream
ofa J.W. Duhke.
m said ew tMr aae *asl ea redeeaaed

S-o "a .- aad *mel.
tbe WAh ty of Ju A -
Cterk Circuit CouH Aladbua COMV. A&

1Notice Is hereby iven that J. C- Hale,
purchaser of Tax Ctieate No dated.
the a day o f July. A. 0. & ha a filed said
oertlflcatenn my uoice. aud has i adet apies-
OaD fortaxdeedto te in accordance with
tew. Salderdtieateemraeessne renowleI
described property-stkated Ia Alachua comn-
ty. It1ord06 towit:
W% of NwU and Sei of NwM. See. tI. Tp.
I9 8. IL 1t East.-co isal acre. -
WTe ald land be f aimed at the date of
tbe iW ee of sucb cerieSI the name of
U.S. Uohnes. Trustee.
Unb a MMd ertifeate doll be redeeed ase-
cording to law. tax deed wlise thereon on
e ib day of AuumLt. A. a. IEL-. .
MWits4 mnr omselu migatur and seal this
the stiday of July, A. D. Dif
Clerk Circuit CourtsAlacha Co.. Fia.
du Per S-H. Wieages. D. C.

Notice Is hereby aire- that J, S. icard-
sm. pureaser of Tax Certificate No.
M dated the 7th dar of July. A. -. a ,.
has filed said wert4kcate In mv office, and has
made application for tax deed to bae nto ac-
eordaue with law. Said eerusate embraees
tbe following described property situated i
Alachua county. Florida. towit:
.. W% Lot &and & acres offE.fdde of Lot .&
and thlrtry-eiht one-hbndreths acres i Lot 7,
Tow nship 1. RR. 19-S acres-Macker A Had-
aon Tract.
T l MMa land being m seemed at the date of
be aimmanee of such certftate ia the niame
Mrs C"c thardson.
Unlem said certificate sh"a be redeemed
a lemdin to law. taxdeed will Isse there
on the 9t6day of Anua A. 0.o.1
WItuesmy a osclal Snrfatare ad m eal thi
teb thday of July. A. R. 1M4.
Cler ircut Courn Alachu a Co.. Fa.
du Per S a. H WIew. a C.

In the Circuit Court of the Eighbth Judicial
Cirutt of the State o f Florida,. in ad for
Alachua County.-J. HH. oes. Plaintiff
verses Charles EIlthorpe. Defendant.
Tbe State of Florida to Charles Elithorpe.
Defendant: You are hereby otled that a
writ of autacbment has been lamed agatmt
you and the followinsland. towit:
Lot nineteen (19) t Veiteb s Additioa to the
City of Gainewvlle. lying and being In Section
nine. Townaiip ten. South Ranog twenty.ant,
containing one-quarter of an acre. ad also the
following described niece or nprcel of land de-
neriIad as followt. twit:
In Section nine t. TownAhip ten () South
Bange twenty (SM. East. begin at a stake
wlIch is located at the Northwest corner of
Lot nineteen, in efteb's Addition to the City
of Ualnesville. thence run in a Northeasterly
direction one hundred tO ) feet to a %take.
thence in a Northwesterly direction s ixty (W)
feet to a stake. thence in a Southwesterly di-
rection one hundred (1M) feet to a stake usthe
earnerof Alex Avera's lot and State treee.
thence In a Southeasterly direction along
State reet sxrty (O) feet to belnnrnga aa.
been attached as your property to satisfy the
demand of said plaintiff amounting to twohun-
dred dollars.
Now unless. you bal appear before the cir-
cuit court of the Eihth Judialal Cireultof the
State of Florida. to be held In and for Alacbua
county at the court house n Gtenvrille on the
Ith day of September, A' D. ISM. judgment
ibe rendered against you and your w oper-
tyr for said debt.
Dated this June 3dM. 9i"4.





METTO is a delicious, re-
freshing beverage m a d e
from ripe Saw Palmetto
Berries. Absolutely f r ee
from pernicious harmful
drugs. Metto imulates
the liver, flushes the kid-
neys, acts directly on the
bladder. Makes these or-
g "IS perform their funo
tions in a natural way,
thereby keeping the system
in perfect and hearty -oni.
dition. ___

Sold by AllU Druggiss



Jacsonville, Florida.

Leading Brands

at Lowest Prices

I * ----- .

fOfrn. 5K DAVIS. Plaintiff. 6 ) orI rice i
S... AH Goods F. 0. B.a. wi

llinois Central ___l

uIuI Ii AB II iiIi wn.r. ELxL a A -i


In coaneetl.e with Wh & A. R. L. ad
S.. C. St. L. R'y. ftm Atlaita.

Lv. Atlanta fal a. m..
Lv. "" P p. M.,.

Ar. St. Lois 7:W a. m.
Ar. St. Iom 7:s a. m.


eorgia F Fbfia adM




Carrying the only mornie .sleeping car from
Atlanta to St. Loui'. This ear leaves Jacksoo-
ville daily ,, p.-O n. Atlanta 4a ain.. .. ving
you the entire day in St. Louis t& ret located.
For raIes from your city, Worlds Fair Guide
Book and-sebedules. sleeping car reservations.
also for book showing hotels and boarding
houses. quoting their rates, write so

Travelig Passempr Ageat,
X.. 1 Brewn Balldilg, ATLAxTA. .

Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
You can .ecure a copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled, "What to
say in Spanih and How to Say It." by
sending two -ents in postage to W. H.
Leahy. division passenger agent, At-
lantie Coast Line railroad, Savannah,

- --

apteu alasE

want a piaen for a fetii
semrie buy the

leMslo as h tw mi dmoWUl
._tL We- w aft !-Wr. I
tar-wi i QBA

TJOAN D. Ui :.

Eesior tiekete now e 0

sIi Retumr iISit a-I
s. U. 4 S Resn ali. mi- *4

Tiekea sold T o . --sm -3t.
Cosrreuol lag ww rates eft 4w
p44ats. BeSL&e s theli At

ore ratesahe nesad s eepiq
reseryatioms Apply ts
inW. BayJSt..BJ5* YFl
C. L. STOZR- G- P. -A. Lowih.

SChicago Improved Pr opIt

in wet.of FThe to Eghty
Teamni tsflAbp1r Ab.
hema e-ty puspe"ty a-d
em& Aewe property Is
payig ftrm I to 14 p.
test net.

84 LImela Are., Ciage, I

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower0

L.J. BRUMBY, Ar sadr W T

One Year............... $1.
Slagle espies.. .......... .is

A handsomely illustrated malasise
devoted epeeially to the stereo of
the fruit and vegetable growers of
A special trial subeiptiom of Ixf
months willbe sent on receipt of is
eents. Stamps taken.


yHoqt Air. MedisaedaV sasb
easeof wTanter m ar or -be a
Simee la t oer Iekf 1 lot W. 41
e*Aft of wms. 9INOT R Aiaf':':;^
.~ e .- -- .OM Block.' Il-/.-.-..-....;..:



.iJs--V-mt I.
P residential Elictors.
C F. Puffui-Franklin county.
"o. K. nobi n-Marion cosaVp
Geo. H. Hmes Brevurd'coug. '
G. A. W. WendeU-Ga i i0
A. K Cnshman-Alsbmna county.
For oovernor.-Hou. j _. _.. ae
lane. -1
fteretary Ot State-John P

Att-Waei-Geral-Fred -. U-
.. L M -y.
Co)pwaroier-J L. Skipp*er ik.
Tremurer-.E. M. Brestefod, age.j
Superintendent of Public -latI
tio-W. W. (YiNea. Oaa e.
COnmiriumer of Ariltr

Railroad Co8miier HA-
Riaskie. St. -Johns.
Justice Supreme Court for ternt |
six yean-W. & pd, s-
Justiees Spreme Oot--0 F

L P. AzW .-ilDon:

Frese Iosg o istriet-

- C sloal DIst*-- |
Che9,Owce .-^-*^--*1.^



Te may w vill ainy written la
betays iTs -owner as a man of
bom I tendencies. Coev
--ae s w 4: wa Wtertlill mustaeb
wan Assyrian beard

Ia aasln enough gel-
. a one does not ve
S -.-k one of as present in
teate as are his.
-a reading c .ia is. no
s -j t a sign of eaf

.beard an thereby tt-, e-
-a of a man endowe
g of wiIs urelya

......D-- R NOLD. -

Itko f yearns of the t*e e*
-.* -1 ----. .

that 4mr tell to .e
S The British wise wflug
mi.ot teir own pla
SPn for his di raetul
t eryw ohere e was hel
k mk sore and oetempt that for
gg .he sesioy elVtred to appe r

-.i- .a h"'C andns
- ~ -mIanr me. i a te

*A low.a tder Ma
anhaess airtab^^ nd he bravery were

'f lsSiS'"a *esee at wIAthot c a-

e-. -d..em i w a ..... oer
S.angld In 116. domutg a e
~~l0=war, when the. cntry am d
6Bdesaity gatuewe all it. resoures,
- pa t.O Du ke of Tk fe a
-ImanFe but was aene
'5R. wat home la 4ADIadr anad -a
| s witfe, "TI will not let me Mda
kaetl-er's death." Me never rallied
-e -l sand afn aftr is
lli appeared to waii e-. He w
CObalimtal alterm t be brought

Ban5 d be died a avie andzime
m ath s resdeein Londom. -L

ea age Juadg Shea. a aew
lawyer became -tief justice -f
Swa. ta the marine court asd
Saoiknwn as the city court
New Yaut. He weat to Bngland
an da wan mgistetred at a betel as
X. A." Tbe-lds of the admiralty
the judges of al the great British
IMWrts failed ponian, put him sp at
met luaba, invited him to dinner and

.. hoo the great .coio

Judge Shea wah vewer Ured of w.-
ig-n)1u to his cronles here how he
hat been treated in England on that
ble trip.

ue tilty or te ameasremeait tiesh
hmnaay people. As erplalnsd by a
Swho knows the correct mse of tie

a it is sapIle enough. The stand
So the Uited State revenue is a
it of which, by volume to
I hisis10Bprooft Iffawbisky,

9 can of Rle.L
a w Ow teins eq a me
a .esmian -f water nd 120 mea -

VW at aa m

-*-aw ime*beem i n ast, I
what a
---: T .-F MM a -

-d y -a wbo u

'ls o be e
-s-a* -Asa- .e w mfter : t
a ib We wU rs t heavy ngk a-e r a
ial ~ As a tter of t,

ent e cigar and from thatt 3 .5
down to three tor 5 cents rco id

red about to oehing. We
Sny cigars at 3e cents each orma
iee far $ I f -act, tOey are thre
standard tahi in h pricone cigars

. OcetsIosaly a cto a er wile buy a
expensive than that for a birthday

reent or to sed tio me friea d goi
to 1 top hesTe cigar are made
osly by wksiled workmen and sepre-

ent the ISighest prfectid o nn ncigar

who married six time and never got
out ot the animal line. When she was
a girl she was known as Miss Moille

was treanstii Ued to the happy hunting
8round she sean became Mrs. Fox.
The Fox did not last alway, and when
he entered the last chase the widow
married a mild, placid man named
Mule, who never had any kick coming
till be harness up to draw his toad
acrM- the great divide. After a period
of morning the widow again entered
the reas of matrimonial blass and
became Mrs. Woif. and when his scalp
went to the Qreat Father. aong with
hids corporeal remains, esh became the
wife oat ma- named Tier, and when
Mr. Iteg aebanged hisbt stripes for a
pretty wi te robe in the great beyond
abe selected another husband of the
name of Rabbit.-Kisaa City Journal.
Ufatory of Ch 1 ia" ry.
It was not untilM 119 that factory
work for children under nine was pro
hlbited or that children between nine
and sixteen were not allowed to work
more than twelve hours a day. and it
was not until 1802that the law requir-
ed an apprentice to be provided with
two suits of clothing, one of which was
to be aew each year. Notwithstanding
this partial rotection whenMvs. Tro-
lope wrote the "Factory tI 18
ft was illustrated by pictures of rag
ged and emaciated children which
would now be regarded only as gross
exaggerations o the truth, but which
then produced no adverse comment
and were perhaps as influential in re-
forming the abuses the displayed as
was "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in calling
attention to the evils of slavery.-New
York VWorld.
soii Iraetttitota.
To break a mirror to many persons
indicates the death of the person who]
last rlked into the mir-ror or some se-
riousinjuryto that person. The sav-
age tribes of nearly every country be-
lieved that striking eithbethe Image or
the shadow of any person meant an-ihn-
jury .to that pt~rn. They believed
that the image or the shadow repre-
sented the spirit of a person, and many
are the taltestold of magicians who in-
flicted the Injuries on persons they In-
flicted on their image- To drop a stone
Into water where the image of a per-i
son was reflected meant death or some


The easset, cheapest and best-remedy
ior eatarrh, colds, asthma and all dis-
ases of the throat, chest and lungs is
Quakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
perfectly harmless even to children.
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
isfaeti4 In every ease or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
Ripe possible, quickly destroy
disse germs, and insummres full, per-
fe and Satural breathing through the
nostrils. For sa-Ile by- R. W. Vanse,
Island Grove, Fla.
wniia to onMuire.
-"Lmay as well tell you, young man."
said Miss Spooner's father, -"that I alI-
ways close up the house and turn out
all lights by 10 o'clock."
"Dot bohier tonight. sir," replied
Jack Nervy. "111 attend to tMhat for
yO.I"-hliladel!phlh I'res. .

atlnevw Accesrories.
G-Corg--IJdM you bmve i good time?
Gertie--li. i Iy. o ve ly: ;orgs.
Was the. play good? Gertie- Xo. but I
h d on my new hat atpl bad a box of
-dWWlieTou) c"raumn*I with me.--Cincin-
lati omtmeretal Tribune.
... Xiar gI I ..
"-it.w can you scold all the time?
wa. asaed of the' woman with fivejItep-
ebldrn and -an indolent husbatnd.
-can't just explain It. but I knuow
that Im blessed with wonderful pow-
w ofeddvrpunee."

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OoeoerMue- Ba .- A f _
lo o -.- -.. A i

GA- -.ILL FLoa- A.

Cailyeour city properQ (fn-
proemd a oniproved hophate
fi .- what you offer for sale. 2 42


_Office in Endel Block.


(SUeeeN .r sose f a A .erma -
Over DtMes a Cos mL Gsbem -w

-'-"-- '
orsnaze Baltimore Coefe Denal Surgeo
lve year' ,experiemoIn New York City.
Grown. rie work anWd WtS peclatie
Ofe In Uer L w zebaue.

JOHN MENZIES. Proprietor.
t-1292 1 W. Bar t..JaeksonvUie., Fa.

Faust beer, bottle and d raught. Don't
fail to call on me when in Jackaowvdie

(With Dr. GL B. TioM).

Porcelain Inlay Work and the iegfulation of
Teeth Specialies.
Office Miller Law Exchane.

Frank Gardner. Prop'r.



Best Imported and Domestic Liquors
and Wines in the city.




Of All Descrlpties.

Sole Agents for MONsABL and SOVER.
EIN QUALITY Shoes. Every
pair warranted.

J. U8assO.

- A9t

lic Aind's Salooo and Cle

Jacksonville. Florida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m.
ertheay wchester, "Wae -
perted WarhebrgBeer em Dragh

Steaks, Fish, Chos, Game in season,
to order. Pool, M I
Alley. 10W. Bays.

C. B Prprietr.

Located in the Porter Block, south
.id r Thre nfI -elm d tabe.
tsad promptand eor'eow
service. The public ieseordially invited
and alway swelcame.

somram i-


Take The Atlantic Coast i

F. *11. tsARTPUI

O R D- .s: -T .maSt vi th A. w--.:-

Rapid Transit and Uns"r"a_--l Seviceas

Depart For

Time Table in efeet June IO.

t ift. High pna sd later-
Daly j | '*itedlte hin. ,.
Daily Inteedisse NPB ;

2:10pB' Palan, D Jaehasl. 4t
Dailty j Nor, East ama d wesf

12:5a sm Hih Springs, Wayerosa, s vamh, B etak,
Daily Albany. Atlasaall Plats NoWorth, Et Wet

Dalmf.te s.anmmu s ~is n


-Da- High8~ri? -
ex.Moaye _____I

In:tesbha sble Mileage Tiekets. .goo e.r la, qM -.thg .
eipal raiwaYsin the Souther aea theea
Through Pullman lper Port Ta two Yk I i
Line; also via Atlantic O t Line ad alaR .
ForoamplSe InforBstiohaismu 4
L.A. OGOOW INTIcbw Acpm,
FRANK C. BOYLTON, Oom'l Ag., WI). W9I ar. a
S W. Bay et. Astor Baildig ,
H M. EMERBOr, Traf. Mr., W. J
w mington, N. C. 4. a:-

-I ESOM]IB-E ortIhy --
-. .f 0 ..11 ..-e. s.

We cover thee important poit ad ahl

Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Loek C

The Victor" is the best safe made, -and rtie. 00= -
ing the prhase of a safe, or lthitg i t ltt
frm a box toabank unit, will sae Iom
by consulting us. (to7 -orr ,




Time Table in efeetJlT 6.1 .


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8I .0 .'.....1 ....... ........... Flawd -... .... ......... -.......
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1 .... . ':....... A.G...... ....
S7 727 ..... .... ..
t2 49 J7Ar7 4 .B 0lt ..
S..... M -. 'i0SS
s- isp.1 .....a. w .& a I.B...-..
34 A t. I $' p ...A...AtX a s....
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!..--. by.. ..r. Beorte..


What Has Happened and What is Going
I t Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
t TIha~t "He Who Rtm May Readw
:f';"7^ H6i'n *Su .-'-T-bo '.'* ** '

itwe who n a ..ed Go

T.i H ,<-WOt I

have gone I0 igh 8p
wil ist relative for

traedt from Daytona
been for the past wee

Trainmaster M. G.
the Atlantie Coast Lii

RBr. Fred Oubberl
ohlleetor of eastems f
among the arrivals
Hour yesterday.
James Bell, former
now residing in Tamp
relatives here. The
Bell are glad to aee hi
Chris Stanson of Ps
of the Stantoon ound
Company, was among
at the Brown House
White Spring@ sad
during season via G.
hours at sprinPg and
Only one dollar. Thn
Herbert Wolfendon
in thecity foray few
He was en route bom
City, where he has be
few days with relative
Bert Hilleary of M
Hon. A. U. Hilleary,
ysterday. He was

1- e will Ca Issa IA il. from Worthington Sp
Old newspapers for sale at The n has been or the past
--I t -- father.
L E .Melton of-Micanopy was in the After a pleasant vis
ity yesterday. to relatives in this
Good piao for sale cheap. Mrs. T. osa Lee Rives of R
t.itts. dlw parted yesterday for
Job PrinftintgOf* forsale. Address spending a short tim
B-ox N, a nesville tf. proceed to her home.
Simon"ne's Wonderful Salve for sale Judge Horatio Davi
f- JW. M)Collm& Co. terday for his old ho
W. 8. Taylor of Live Oak was regis. where he expects to s
teid at the Brown Bouse yesterday. months reeoperattin
J. D. Watkins has returned from a numerous friends in t
brief visit to his family at Micanopy. him a pleasant sojour
Roa. P R."amsey of tWacaseshoota Dr. J. H. Hodges ha
t transacting business in this city Jennings. where he w
esterday- account of the illnesss
oli. H. H MeCreary departed yes- MealL formerly of I
Mbriefbusinesstr cCall has been suffe
tday fr a brief buaines. tripto rial fever, and has bee
JakTonville. veraldays. Dr. Ho
Col, John B. Dell of Hague was condition greatly imp
-mathosewho paid Gainesville a Mr. L. W. Jaekso-
isi yesterday. a resident of this city
Nice, large, well furnished room to in Oala, after a brie
en4 blocknsxtt -ft ,are. Apply at her home

The friends of Mrs. B. Taylor will J w, o _ae .alway
S to learn tht s .he is command ,to vemsa who are wa s.
erhomewd fevr, that she could not re
Miss Alma Fennell has retired A. Battle of Bi
tem a brief -vi-t to elatives sad .A Bteo
Stsensing the Winches
awpaorn.. ny and oneof the
0Capt Ina W. oCarter of Mieanopy in the United States,
W amoag tLose who avored ain yesterday in the ihten
6 e wit a visit yesterdayy Mr. Battle has enters
W. P. Boalwtre of Orange Heights. national gun shoots, i
Aoe of ithe lead-ing isena of that see- which he has been aw
tonwas n the city yesterday. Amog the promi
The aa laas about 5,000 old papers tiis lity yesterday
-on hand whs will be closed out in Jordan of Madison.
-oes of 1.00 or more at $1 per 1,000.-- general passenger ag
0. W. Reaftad, the hard wood man yiule, West Lake an
of 4ala. was among those who regis- road, first vicepresi
tered at the Brown House yesterday. National Bank of Ma
marriages aid ajIy for delivery of and large stockholder
passengers and bagsgae to any part of Birmingham Insuran
St-e city. B. K. Sherrod. 'Phone 179. an all-round useful ei
Mrs. George Ctoverdale and ehil-ren kntry andsmoss i
of canopy were among those who in the State.
favored Gainesville with a visit yester-
day. :Read T
Mrs. T.W. Stands and family de- Mobile, Aia
parted yesterday for Easey, where Dr. E. W. Hall, St.
they expect to remain for the next Sir: During the pa
two months. sold over twenty-fou
Ae ead of Montbrook manager Great discovery" for
....- -- troebles- and
of the Tyler Lmber Company, was have eeeived no onml
a. ag those who paid Gainesville a Yours respeetfu
tB- yesterday. -G.TVAX.A
.T- e fre-ds -1 Mrs. Dr. Giddings Texas
wil regret to learn that she has been one small bottle of
udisosed several day and hope r, Bal;'s rea Di
oher ary. re everyy" kidney and bladder tS
FS tr- e-Two0-ho)e.eanopy gravel res diabetes
te- balt bw-ggy, good condition, n -ae.
t also two-hr wagon, $2L Ap.- aims. weak and lme
ply Henry aey a Fla. tim and all irregula
Canalope or p ple erases. eys and bladder -in
Carloss in lu hi wgdoa snort m.i -L--ates ban
oee. Pr a edo application. rhen. f notsold

Ladies' aalling cards, gentlemeean's' en and seldom Iai
ads~ besets ea s and ay other Peoee. Dr, Ernest W.
latd oaeands pnAm in the latest fansurer,P. box W
wprieeis Sead for tesstmonia
.-:^-~^ S ^f S ^^ ^ |^ 3 -? *;".-".^ ^ ~~~~^-* _.: .^ ^.'"-t--''_'. -.-"- i. ^M K s^B*'.: -* .

no assjpi L thatMl g umereaaan anor pSsele'
.;,rt e. aer a .ans.7W p ge is MAw tow, 1yl
moE aa for- to her fri MeM 'Ibm who paid siucessi a vlst
Mltas GtoaS H Henry Ohibb, isi w1aM. "naars o y *
tSe U4ited $es ld 010%, ispendw : O
wasi ng ter days wih i hly t Wi- o s

naesille wis a ter ,.Park.. ftdi o ,of Aaher. oint or tia N)o the

few d sW. Ih r... t.rday was P. Fre.ema., f tor

& few Coast ] p, hewt quarters rn
rfeg -re -ey. i- -Yreoeman h u R1 4dienry at Lahat U
Hig S- prings was among the M:,vis -:C -.U h ib n isto
o iS r rjj s his* daught-r. Mr. A. F. Baines t-t
, where he has Cyril, and was en rute home. -n
k visiting rels- Miss Esie SlaUSlomst, a _harming made Th Son an arerable sit. 8e
younh lady of Archr who ha been on h recently disposed of his dsiry b-
a o visit to Mrs. Joe Howellin thiseity. ines, bu says Lakeland is the leat
lamoh o. hs returned toher home. town in te State, and he propo
es depeared ys-
rida on official Mrs. Lola Moody hie t to High remain here .
Springs, where for the next few days- Mss E Taylar, daauhterof o
of Cedar Ke, she will be the guest of her sister,. R. Fenwiet Taytor, justice of she so-
or that port wa Mrs. Rihard Perry. Friends wish her preme e oonr after some time s-pet
at the Brown a pleasant ojorIt. with relatives here, expects to depart
Professors MC. andS. E. Mclatosh former home n Talahassh e toda ME
y of this ity but of Re arrived in the eityveterday. Taylor' friends and admirers be"
a, i a visit to These you men areamog e most r rery much her departre. but
friends of Mr. successful teachers in the eoonty.. t t he i favor t a
i They have been assigned to the Bell with a visit at an early date. Belng:
alatka. president and Cherry Sink summer ehoo, re- pose of a mot genial and le
ry and machinee speetively, which will open Monday, dispiti, the young olk. fird-
thoe regs re and are en route to assume their du- company most argreeble.
yesterday.- ti' s After _a sojourn of several days at
return Sundays L. V. Polk of Hague, one of the Worthington Spring. where they ware
& G. Ry. Nine most influential citizens of that see- the guests of the Worthington Springh
etarn same day. tion, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Hotel. Allen and Sandy G6raham have
asuh eoaeh. tf Polk is seriously considering purehas- returned to their home in thiseity.
of Evinston was ing real estate, erectings comfortaLle They report a most delightful time-
hours yesterday, house, and removing his family to nud feel greatly improved from thex-
e from Sampson Gainesville. He will be welcomed, hilarating effects of daily baths in the
en on a visit of a and it is needless to add that his fam- spoMg. There are a great many no-
a. ily will be pleased. mourning at Worthington 1st now.
ieanopy, son of Miss Eula Clark of Lawrence, Ta., MuaWer Wells of the1 hotel is setting
was in the eity who has been spending the past few fine table and giving a fine service.,
en route home athin this y as the ges of her and those who go there appreciate the
rings. where he brother. Jesse Or. departed for her homelike features of hi#-hostelry.
week with his home yesterday. Mi- Clark is a
charming young lady, and her numer- M Q A-ynd Up-0 aut
it of a few days ous friends and admirers in this eity fj ate R UIla
eity, little Mise wish her a pleasant sojourn, with the
ligh Springs de. hope that she will return early in the and the ttest Styles
Alchuz. After fall. .iI FOLDERS
e there she will Miss Fannie Mizelle, a eharming a-
young lady of Melrose, and who is one
s departed yes- of Alachua county's most efficient ITHa
me in Virginia, school teachers, was in the city yester- T
pend a ouple of day. Miss Mizelle has been assigned
g. The Judge's to the Jennings Lake summer school,
his section wish and will assume her duties at one". It F Fad s Ft raf
n. is needless to state that she willm e- F des -o
i returned from come popular with the people of that From Lcket to LIfe Size
as summoned on section. Grad Copes a Spe-
of Mrs. B. F. Mrs. George H. Wynn and son,I ._'
Fairbanks. Mrs. eC-orge Mellvaine, of Jasper are in the -U Mi" .
ring from mala- city. the guests of Mrs. Jese E. Burt. -

dges reports her lia Worley of Hague, and has many
roved,. friends here who were glad to wel-,
, for many years come heraga-n. She expe)e to re-
but now residing main in Gainesville for several days, -
f visit here, re- and will be glad to greet her old 1 W
seW r -J. Mr friends and associates. I i

iends in Gaines
delighted to en-
i so be regretted
main longer.
mingham,. repre-
iter Arms Cornm-
finest marksmen.
was in the city
est of his house,
pd several inter-
n the majority of
ardled ilrst prize.
nent visitors to
was Col. W. S.
Col. Jordan is
ent of the Ella-
d Jennings rail-
dent of the First
Ldison, a director
r in the Atlanta-
ee Company, and
itixen to his coun-
one of the best
aential financiers

., Feb. 16, 180.
Louis, Mo.-Dear
st year we hare
ir dosen "Hall's
kidney and blad-
uring that time
the Texas Won-
covery, cures agi
roubles, removes
. seminal emii
backs, rheuma-
itis of tLe kid-
both men- and
dder troubles in
by your druggist,
. receipt of (L
e months' treat-
is to perfect a
Hall. sole man*-
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Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hester and chil-
dren of Evinston departed yesterday iT E TBIG STOR ,n
for St. Louis and the World's Fair. L0 STrOW.-'---.
where they will take in the sights of
the world's greatest exposition for the
next two weeks. On their return the
family expects to spend a couple of A -
months at their old home in Georgia, I
and is needless to add that this outing r Nv
will prove most enjoyable. Friends'V AL & V w V
wish thim a pleasant tim e. ; - .... . _- ; __- ._ _
Friends of Abe D[ialynski of Ham-
moek Ridge will be rattiedat the in--
formation that he has recovered from- .
a severe attack of fever,whichehasen. Becusse the goOds offered here -r- the best, the
fined him to his bed for the past three Styles strictly ptodate and the e
-weeks. Mr. NDialyski visited on go ids for present and im -mdi- -
Gainesville yesterday for the first ate needs never low -
time in the past mAnmt, and was glad- ______ :, : -_-" ,- -_-. : -___-
ly greeted by his friends He was
looking remarkably well considering-
his poor health recently. o J th e r
John F. Jaekson of Bronson was at -
the Brown Hose yesterkay. Mr.-' Beginning Jul 4th, Some of the eO '~st
Jackson has just returned from White alues in- Wash 4- v Wear Y-
prings, were ehas been recnpera- iments, Millinery, Etc, ever placed on i
ting for the past I daysa He states I b4 offered st "Thf Bio StoLae r the -
that the popular Suwannee river re- 4 B1 OTArea _for -th Ce 6J Ing
sort is well filled with visitors from I wfek. It will be buying July ood atO tbe
every section of the country, and that pices. If you fail to take a6vaut.e of -OCh
all hotels and boarding houses are wel offers you are doing Vo lf ad yOro- k
filled. Theaters. of White Springs1 book an injustice -
have accomplished a great deal to-i _____" '_- --
wards healing those afflicted with.
rheamatism pd other diseases, and iS ANO 1.DE I N TRUI
becoming more widely advertised and ..L A ND L- | R-UN RICE
more popular everyear. With oneof the larestan e varied st s a
a er b ght to Gainesville ema save out oee
Water Notie__ _
_To city water consumers: Your
water rent for quarter ending Septem- A - -iO-

her 30th, 190W, is now due and payable
at this oece. Itf not paid on or before
July 10th, 1904, your water supply
will, without further notice, be dis-.
continued. Fee for turning fon agaila
$1. By order of City Coaue"l.
City Clerk and Treasrwer.
Gainewiem .,Fla July las. l
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