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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tConention^, After an All-
astomn Selected for its
rearer Parker.
a and Distingu:ae Judg
lls*R9 Y St*a Ceurt of Ap-
Received a Total of
Vates or the Two.Thirtds Ne1

towis, July 11-Chief Justice
S. Parker, of New York status>
appeals, was nominated about
~e at toO o'loek this mor t-
Spresident of the United States
15 Democrat nationaWal conven-
But e troll all ensued. and
Selt(eve was the result of ths at o
t entry states began to call top
OetC st ang d the ballot tnally re-
lted Ln a1 ub-anlmous vote for the
Wew trak tStesman- -
Dramaw*c tee.
- The me was dramartic in tie ex- m
irgei. DarknUs had witsed the
p|tkigt tof the Democratic hosts,
brile broad daylight, the sun hailing

69 electric light, witnessed the, close.
The convention was in session from.
A Incdioek last night until nearly 6
:'clock this morning. In that time
AeWt names were presented to the

tr the presldeosy, which the sen-
tor's friends knew to be beyond his]
reach, indulged an a demonstration,
coattiniag about half an hour. Nearly
every delegate and spectator in the
galleries or on the floor had been pro-
vided with a flag and the scene was
fawr the Iost impressive of all ova-.
tions given during the session. The
thousands cheering their favorite
sons had apparently converted Mr:.
Bryan to the belief that Senator Cock-1
rell's chances of nomination were.
greater than other favorite Pon can-
Bryan's Impassioned Plea.
The Nebraskan gained recognition-
coon after the Cockrell demonstration
and in a speech directed undoubtedly
in a&r effort to defeat Parker, madtc
his electrifying plea for the anti-Park
er forces to rally. He was given tht
closest attention. The great conven-
Ston, which the police and sergeant-at.
arms were powerlessi to control. ls
tened as though every word were i
personal message to each person, a |
4f a hypnotic spell had been cast
ever the throng. But when it wati
als over the Parker forces hiad not.
been shaken.
The ballot for president gave Par',-
er 68 votes out of the 6tu7 needed
to aombnate. and L-efore the result
could be announced, idaho. Nevada,
Washington and others matde changes
to tWe Parker column. G(overniur
D;:,'Akery, of Missouri, moved to mai '
th- nomination unanimous. a.'d it car-
ried amidst increasing cheer-. The;
result of the ballot was never an-
nounced officially, and it is not likely
that it eve- will be.
No Opposition to Platform.
The recess yesterday until I o'clock
last nizht was for the purpose *,;
receiving- the report of the commit-
tee on re~idu:imnN. The report was
received aunt adopted by vive V-ce
vete As far as surface rmdication% i
were concerned, there was no more
opposition to the platform than there
had -een to that accepted unantmou-
ly by the Republican convention in
Clhago a few weeks ago.
The nominations were immediately
I-roceeded with.
Alabama yielded to New York and
Judge Parker's name was the first
presented to the convention. Atter that
iHearst, Gray, Cockrell, Wall, Wil-
Itams. Olney and Miles were named in'
speeches which took nearly the entire'
nght lIn the end all the claims ol
the Parker forces were proved accu-.
rate. Parker had within a few votes
ot enough to nominate, and these
were forthcoming. The speeches
which bad been cheered so long and
loudly had neither made nor lost a
xote. The Parker forces, under per-
feet organization, remained serene.
After the nomination had been made.
the convention adjourned to 2 p. m.,

avention nominating and secoilding ---- -- - -
h innumerable era wre made, and when a candidate for vice president
AIMdwn appeared, it ecame nedes-. I~ to be chosen. At the close of
A tthe teonang speeche convention many figures promi-
Y tor imite each. s Ani esteeston rent in the contest were surrounded
s adeIn the case of William Jen- by friends and-heartily congratulated.
i Bryan. who. in- one ef the most Notable among these were David B.
l si situatons ever witnessed n Hill, of New York, who has been in
d- il gathertg. addressd the actual charge of Parker's campaign.
Vsteu ad doneluded by second- He laughed and cried alternately. In
I mination of Senator Francis section of th hall sat Mrs. Hill.
L i l."the favorte son" ean daughter of Judge Parker. With a
b- fr6m MlBourL Mr. Bryan re- Iparty of friends she remained through
Hl the third great ovation accord- out the n!ght. She showed her hap-
crtag the convention. pine-t wit tars.
SByan Impalsioned. Jubilant Over Result.
Uls speeeh was an impassioned ap- William F. Sheehan, who has done:
?tto the delegates to ive the pa:r the person i : vrrk of Judge Parl-,er,
ir, a ndidate who had voted the; t na August a N..-nt, was jubilant over
hNMOer tli ticket in 1596 and 1900. the result. 0:;- of the most interest-1
k spcOke on behalf of the Nebraska ig phases ,if the conv-ution was the:
| ton which, he said. had no can- tact that although early evening was
W! to present or favor to ask, but succeeded by darkness, darkness by!
!Sd a candidate whose nomination s.awn and dawn by broad daylight a I
.-l Rot prove a triumph for one last two-thirds of all spectators. 0 1
kio Over aoother. He suggested per cent of them women, Iemaine.i,
i,-f the convention thought best. until the nomination was made. Mr
t f-rmer Governor Pattiwnn of Bryan left the convention nail a fte'
s-tYllaia- and finally created a minutes before the nomination was
Sthe consVtion Dy dar-delr me unanimns, but -ot before he
Aw senator Cockreli. knew that Judge Parker was nominat-
I^r the features of the-long, e To several correspondent wat-
session shouia be the beaU- ing for him at his hotel, he said that
-paid to Senator Cockrell. he had nothing to add to what-be had
name was placed il nomina- said in the convention., which was tha
tRere tentative Champ Clark. be would support any candidate nom-
u^ttanmeos outburst for that irated on the platformie nad assist
SfRirecoApiimnentry to tht ed In making.
delegates. already weary "I have aot stept for hours," he
0 the ta of te the ,ii.ona aid oodn ghL"
...f.ta... r i tm -ay be added that tbo a3

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est. just and impartial enimorcement.
ConI:: -i ;he campaign upon thi.
d ; i our prcil-i and pur-
pc:.. v,', .:-i :e for aur catdda .-g
'lie -.' ', !y of ar -Teat an, I
1:n-K e ization. nut also t1i-
-'.\,. :. -.: .-'- if a! our fellow cit
i -- -,n- past differ-
e-i .- -. -".. .--tih ;ir ,udOgt r in is
ca. to ::?*r t. a of c'^r

n ndtui- iS of t;.'t t


Georgian Secended Nomination of Al-
ton B. Parker.
u ciconidi;:g th0e same If Parl-ka
..r. "- ^ s wit.ght. of Ro-ne. Ga, taid:
sir. C'aireln: It wa.s claimed in
a recent conventionI that
G(-r sia b- --,i cour.ed i n the veins in
;;2. s ^- ;-:": 1. th T
14 n ., : t,r e -, !-t o dW Gorg-
DemocIracy a Iii ck.- thin u .ood. W
i.rinag oi lt-lay ie m a tbtfrr.

er n. DJklaVaR. pasow oxV t E t. *im.c-
olas Croatian church in Allegheny,
narrowly escaped Injury and perhaps
death at the hands of infuriated men
and women last night. -
Through the efforts of the police
who guarded the entrance to the pri-
vate domicile of the priest. the storm-'
ing of the house was prevented.
The trouble was started by a men
her of the church making the allega-
tion that the pastor's fees for offi
elating at christen!ng-, weddirgs anc
funerals were exorbitant. This wa?;
denied. adding that he trustees used
the funds of the church to pay them -
selves for services rendered.
The priest's statement cacuied the
indignant congregation to press for -
ward, shouting in Croatian and :hreat
ening violence. The priest broke fori
zhe door, calling for the iotlice to fol
low. About 700 men and won.en pint
sued him, but were pr-vented from
entering the hoUse by the offc--rs.
,Later a sid of police -apersen
the crowd. The neAuers threat'
tha they will tear dow the church f
Bishop Phelan decides tW retain PuFk-
4- Skavak-wiatr.. Aw P C:

r i;

lt War O .ce Ha s-o em.i

c-u~aged by th'e fact tbait juae Park. ocratc Victory or 190 sa itall
cr was not nominated on Friday. is glorioua ati ms te t st
--- -In triking utrat witf tthe M-l
PLATFORM IN ;PART. cma occasion when our pbil
-- f d tmds m et and "stood pat tLh
Ringing Demand Made For Honest ame enthusiasm of this grtet fthk -
and Economy. in. The spirit which gives- brth
Conventln Hall. St. Louis. July 11. to this enthualasm is the spirit at vie-
-The platform as adopted is. in part, t-ry. The smiles of conteatmeml
as follo-s: which we hear today are in contem-
The Democratic party ofthe United plation of the political harvest which
States. in national convention assem-. e expect to reap n -the -falL As
3bl;Id. declares Its devotion to the es- tort our.Republieana friends the frost
slptial princiFles of D~aafracy which seemed to fall in their early ummet
bring.; its members together in party convention and their prophesies were
communion. btsihted ere the autamn hours.
'Under then local self-governmeant We sillr demonstrate to those whc
and unity and prosperity were have predicted discord that our will be
alike established. a united party, joined in a harmonloit
They uwletlaid our independence, gbht against t
the structure of our free republic and We.shall'p o the American
very Democratic extensio fro people a patfo which declares the
Louisiana to California and T and wili of the party, fearlessly and with
Oregon, which preserved fatb f isvo toncertainty: which bildly attacks
alh the states the tie betweea taxa- the injustice and unfairness of the
tion and representation. They yet in- republican pQlicy and offers a reme-l
spire the miasses of our people, guard dy therefor. -
ing jea!ou'ly their rights and liber- Realizing the bright prospects of
ties, and cherishing their fraternity, ;ctory in 19e4. the south began early,
p',ace and orderly development. They the solution of the problem.or select-
remind us of our duties and respoana- rmg the strongest leader for Demoe
bllities as citizens and impress upon racy's standard-bearer. We bellerc
it. particularly at this- time. the e- that we have selected wisely and
cr-ssity of reform in the; rescue of well. We looked for a leader with a
the administration of government from leean life, possessed of a wise coan-
the headstrong; arbitrary .nd spas- servatism- and a broad statesmanship.
modic methods which district bust One who stood by Democracy in
nai by uncertainty, and pervade the sunshine and shadow, was equally'
public mind with dread, dis4tust and loyal to the party in stormy hours of
perturbation. defeat and in th ebrigIter days of ie
We recognize that the gigantic wory.
trusts and combinations designed to We found such a leader. Georgia
',nable capital to secure more than its claims the honor. The empire state
just .bare of the joint products of cap- of the north, with her favorite SOL
ira! and labor and which have been shall reap the fruit of ltis convention
fc -tered anm promoted under Republic- butt i as the county at Lincoln, in
an rule are a menace to benefciac the state of Georgia. which first hI-
competit'f-. and ar '-)staIle to per- structed a de'eTatP to rote first, last
manent irtiU.'rps pr0tperl-i and all the time for ALton i. Park
aA i[a t iiNf enbl er or New Ymork
andi in erale.- Geor.aa is glad tolay to second th'
'.o- 4 ally denounce rebates and r-mination of one who:e strreuth ail
i!mnnation by transportation comn- character and simplicity ot file has.5
ran!-s as the most potent agency ID endeared him to the Amncrican people,
1 f,:il irig and strengthenmg these un- No rne can doubt that the %ast ma-
tln. f-l conspiracies against trade. .,rity of the people will turn from the
1\V- conr.emn the action of the Re- restl-es.t es and uncer-ainty of thel
pu ican artyy in con-ress in re rees-prsent administration toward Altona
inz to iprohiit an ex'cutit e depart- B. Parkr. with a feeling; of ehpe.
ment fr.i~ ,rnttring into contract wits Across the continen-t. tr:n the-
eonvicted Trusts or unlawful combi- t.-odis cf Maine to the peaci-ocovere4
nations in restraint of itterstatt hills of GeTorga, Wk re the ripening'
trade. We believe that one of the Elbertas are being kissed in o golden
best metheds of procuring economy color by the sunlight, there is a tru iL-
and honesty in the -publichservice is to ing. confiding people- confidently awash
have publlic officials, from the oceu-n mg the tidings of Judge Parker l
pant of the wliite house down to thI nomination.
towes t of them. resumed as nearl.s Ltt us meet in a spirit of fraternity
a., may be. to Jeffersonit:-n simplicity and carry out the will of the people
of living. Let us place again in favor the Dem-
We fa',.r i'eral trade arrangements ocratic party ,in which we have plant-
with Canale and with I) opie ot other ed our faith.
countriks w-, they can t)- entered The Empire State of the South. Mr
into with !,niitt to Ame-rican agri- Chairman. seconds the nominatlos of
il,'hure. nin.. :ctures. m:ning and the favorite son of the Empire State
commerce' of the North and prophesies victory
\v,, faxv r :- maintenaace of ttL. in November with Alton B. Parker as4
My':roe doctrine in its full integrity. the standard-bearer,
The Denemocratic party has been, and '
will continue to be. the eousistent
oppon-nt of that class of tariff legis- PRIEST FLED FOR LIFE.
lation by which eerta' interests have!: "
been ptrmu'ited. through congressIonal Chased Through Streets by indignant
tavor. to draw a heavy trTibute from Congregation.
the American people. PIttsburg. Pa.. July 11.-Shouting
Th, Den otfal- party stands cot- for the police and pursued by several
mitted to the principles of civil ser hundredof ihs Irate parishioners. Path
vice reform and we demand their hobn- t ..I. -.. ,.A i,,_

changer's establishment on 8n Ps .
eseo street, _next door to and- M ma
part of the Maloe -DOr b orl, wa
robbed yesterday of $30W n gM rlt
bank notes and securities by a man
who had takes a room in thb hete
and came down thrawog a atle f t
foor by means of a rpeu la "
The robbery is one or the bloMlae
and most ingenio1swy phased It the
annals of the criminal t ory or the
city. The police espe teo Matb the
robber. and it lstw-VOU00 dbe IsJ is 6
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Lats Advicest Wware eo -t w at -

fVrne Aleng i r .Rai---. ....
the tRuian PRa. i
St. Peter-aburm*311y t9- W -. a-
The capture of Ka Ch i_ tbhM e1
anese announced from V-dblt. A Il -
officially confirmed at th_ ww u -
but there is no disprniten. t- 1 '- '-
the probable correetaas of twa p
as th latest advice. reetgtd ha -
made it plain that the Japae1- wee'
advancing la force aloag the alihosi
against the Russian podtWga.
The occupation of Kai Chin whf
it is not believed that it W Si- a
cise material iafltnuen a e atts i -
kin's strategy. Is of mporttas t e
Japanese as It ht aa thea with
reach of New Chwang. Mfilbt1M -
cral Oku's juactare with CNGal l K '
roei, with wahote tr the l may bd h ,
in touch. How far the 0 a6X e eg 4
mander-in-chief attempted fa ?
the possesosi- oat Kik mu-ne X 34
Japanese the war ws am a eM r i-(p
revealed s wheu the w oieal 'eat U' -

desire to hold lKaei c uee "'
possible for the purpose f-tpret et g
a juncture of the Japanese arhl
but the threatening poatios w f -_
Japanese columns eastward have o T '
dered Kuropatlkin's withdrawal P
ther north imperative.


Conditions Improve In the Ws t--
IHf for Flood S.l*erL.
Kansas City. July 11.- -4 % t0! '-
at Armourdale, Argentine a ad -es
Kaneus City. Kam, -on the ragig .
and the Manhattan half way iste
Knes. have fl. k -s.r tea-l -- 4
yesterday and today aMn e .s.. .- e
cede. The water at !baaB he-
came stationary at midnight, aftme
ing steadily all dayyesterday and h
tegan to go down. eliminaina g the la
anger of further u1a-i at t.t 1
mouth of the Kaw, or along its e an--
The stage here was I feet towe
than yesterday. In Armoeardse, hew
ever, the water still stood over 4 el -
iower tam yertrday. It Arnowdal
however, the water still stood over 4
feet deep in the lowest places. w h ?
Missouri rtver at Kaaa City ab i
reeded fast and no aitlamal dam
age will result. In the wet bftteos
an the Missouri side the fal was men
notiepable than elsewhere.
The relief committee of KatMs
City, Kane., caring hor the LAW
or 6,000 homa s bave deelded te
accept the ai( off by the wu-r 4.
partment. andto say reluatanr
UewrnastCoi ahor
ough, of F't. Leavenworth, wb was

today and additional meod mapp~lie -e
sent each day as needed.
A refuge camp has been opi
zhd all the sufferers are hetek wed
takes care of.


Sold and Moat lagenioegly PaniMed

Mexico City. Jlay 11.-A mer



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rea-a- e Is Greater thant
Ltas, hut Owlg to osin-ed
Oro tihes Y ,Y W h Not Excee

Pat-ea wr4iving in this city from
Aldedmo sate that thecotton erop this
a a wia lt be very early,' and that
Sane of thiesew r wp has already been
ie H Walter 0. Robinsone
a- rf- '-ite cotton department of
t*at & 0o.., verses the statement
the etfop throughout the sonnty
w-eillbts a generate rote early. "The
plat a amde wa Nderftl progress this
se ," stated. Mr. Rofbinson, 'and

t- g of the stop will begin in ealy
August, Jearlya month sooner than
ls ar The gl s willA-- be ready to
g6 o operation about the middle of

S'-"Th eareg in the cotton belt is
s ewbat larger than last season, bat
I 4^ ass a'tleipiate that the yield will
be any greater. owing to continued
drouth from which the plant has stfa-
feed- ateri aly during the early par
S- of the sesa.. Tfl enaterpillars have
S also eased damage in some sections,
n'--Ia tMe Alaehoa section it is re-
Sported that a worm very limilar to the
Te as bolgweev-i injured the crop to,
s"o extent. However, the crop as as
rute wil .e good, sad reports coming
-to me idleat that the grade will be
.. q Whoaso.theaverage.
"otithstading that the crp is
early this year, there will be consider-
iable late eaotto, since a number of
pleters deferred planting in the early
season. This late cotton promises to
be good, as the crops have enjoyed the-
S advantage of more natural irriga-
01 t i-ob inson is one of the most
th-oroaghl posted menG on the long
staple cotton situation in the South,
-atid his opnion is regarded as authen-

SSenator Davis of West Virginia Well
Acquainted With J. U. Graham.
S It may be interesting to readers of
The SuintoIknow that lon. Henry G.
S Davis of West Virginia, for many
years United States senator and Dem-
Soeratic nominee for vice-president of
the United States, is a close personal
friend of Jas. M. Graham of this eity,
and upon one or- two occasions has
visited Mr. Graham at his home here.
"enator Davis is a fine gentleman
and ain excellent business man," re-
marked Mr. Graham, "and the Dem-
ratie party was wise in making the
selection. I amc surprised that he had

.: before.n .. .l e p t .
'"If'elected Senator Davis will make
= a record of which the party may well
Feel prood. I am gratified that the
- Solid South' with the exeption of four
S Florida delegates were in favor of his
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Will Be Released Before August on a

Ticket of LesVe.
London, July 1.-The Associated
Press learns definitely that Mrs. Floor,
ence Maybrick 'will be released as an
ordinary prisoner on ticket of leave
between now and Aug. 1..
:The authorities have no Intention of
gratintg her a free pardon, but can
not h Impose any restrictmoa on Mrs.
Maybrick after her arrival la AmeW

Atlamnt, July -11.--The u elta
tablet In honor of the memory o0l
SGeneral Nathaniel -Bedford Fbrrekt
of the confedrate states army, wtu
be unveiled with appropriate eere
money on next Wedtnesday, July 13
whcth is the anniversary of the '1-
ofS the dlatiauished confederate (ten
"a- enl. The- tablet is to be placed a.
the corner of Peachtree street t-
Forrest ssenue. which has been ua:pe,
In honor of Gneeral Iorrd't. 'etera u
||^ tr aB e at r local camas o* cstvfe I
Ua &V A1 tk mabsn

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Miss Florence Clyatt Entertained in
Honor of Miss DeLand.
Clyatt, July11.-Miss Florence Cly-
att entertained a few of her friends'
Saturday ,afternoon at the home of
Mrs. F. H. Clyatt in honor of Miss
Ruby DeLand of Gainesville, who is
visiting her. The guests came prompt-
ly at -3:30 o'clock and the time was
pleasantly passed In playing numerous
games, eating cake and ice cream and
listening to delightful music, the
latter being furnished by Miss D,-
Land, who is- fine pianist. Those in-
vited were: Misses Lottie, Annie and
Susie Knox, Cora, Ludie and Maude
Jeffcoat, Lula Harrison, Martie Cham-
berlin, Clara Hollow3y, Lena and Ber-
tha Rosenberger, Quiney, Hattie and
Martha English. Addie Richardson,
Susie Sim-pmn, Emma and Sallie Jen-
kins and Mrs. J. W. Chamberlin.
With many expressions of a pleasant
afternoon the girls bade their hoitess
good-bye about 5:30 o'clock. All ex-
pressed a desire to see Miss Ruby in
our midst again soon.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
SYears of Suffering.
"I wish to say a few words in praise
of Chamberlainm's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattie-
RBarge of Martin.vili, Va. "I sauf-
fered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
jears and during flat time tried Tari-
ons medicines without obtaining any
permanent relief. Last summer one
of my children was' taken with chol-
era morbus. and I procured a bottle of
this remedy. Only two doses were re-
quired to give her entire relief. I then
decided to try the medicine myself,
and did not use all of one bottle be-
fore I was well, and I have never since
been troubled with that complaint.
One cannot sar too much in favor of
that wonderful medicine." This rem-
edy is for sale by all druggists.
Fatil ari r lity.
"Pyguilion. dear." an kld Galatea

one day. "where did you find a piece
of ivory thick eninugh to carve into a
statue of my size.'"
Pygmalion smote his forehead with
his fist.
"Woman," he exclaimed, with a ter-
rible voice, "another question like that
will upset the entire fabric of legend-
ary history.**
Nothing but fear kept Galatea from
telling the inethbors and exploding th
whole story.-Chicago Tribune.

A S~ottlsh minister was asked to
pray for rfin. He did so. and the ratn
came down in floods and destroyed the
crops. Irritated at the result, one elder
confided to another that "this comes O'
Intristin' sic a request to a meenaer
wha Ina asequent w' agriculture."
Net at.nas. s.
A little girl on being told by ber
mother that when a child died an angell
came and took h -r up to heaven
thought deeply for a moment, then
sakid "Ma. if an angel comes asking for
e say I-am nft In!"-New Yorker.

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t-- 'w-^1 -^^^ s -:
Tohed th e t tue t.1 e-

-m aey on te e-a- arteu ties
Buttan rind rehanded owly thatg
The aboriginal (arib- ad Arwaer

ithe enee* ct. ed a aOumbe andt
trrbe'a fairmt .inlden were warriee
off. Sogo athe uta y.
The deaborigable poarib tyof eat
ato m great e"skiettaet wea.
fore, I hinghy reto. Usueanf w.itn-a

Sthewoen of thtribe tr was averted,
however, by the prompt action of go
chiefs, who ordered all of the ae
lag female element to this unknown
*land in the t ibbean. According to
.t legend, 0te lac Is replously
watered by ideal streams. overaiiAd-
owed by breadftrolt, mano p tain
and all the necearlet to life -and
poetry. The husbands and lovers were
allowed to visit the island parade not
more than twice a year In times oat
But it is further banded down that
all the men of the tribe were even-
tually wiped out In an Indian war and

Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long
distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writes, October 27th., 1901:
OlDuring my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April
last, I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
to my greatest satisfaction. There-
fore, I highly recommend Snow Lini-
ment to all who are troubled with
sprains, bruises or rheumatism." 3e,
Oe, $1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-
The o t ter fT m n^ r .* .
S-.i.'I--v head-
alI ha b-:..f { ti- !;:'e wth kd s of

rewh :e t. :phi 4iani iat ri- rt at Ilt
to Ftr .n a tiLtv it.-t. thot turn the
eyri i ;rd. n;y who found
n.1 ineny I thiece F visting the the-a-
ler wshetan sio otat i o pthe tls circdi al-
waves tuffertEd from u rtetr bensduche
wwun sh!'-e sit in tthe oreh'ttra. where
she had to Ilok A p. The w i sae etcct is
prodiued in picture galeriei-. especially
in looking at pictures hung above tIM
line. Cyclists who lean over the handle
bars and turn their eyes up to kok
ahead have the same trouble, and so do
compositors and people in many other
occupations requiring continued use of
the elevator mu move from shite ta iie ith less strain
and disomnifort tLanu up :and down.

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. 1 lost
Besh and never felt wel. Doetored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief Pi.
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
less than two bottles completely cared
me and I am now sound and welL"
Sold by J. W. MeCollUam & Co.

Arltist' Dtuintifr Iu Painteg me. |
Artists will tell you It is no easy
thing to paint a mran in a frock coat
so th'at he shtll appeal picturesquelr
to tlre ensyA wayfarer. The modern

habilhiwnt fflected by tme male pewr-
son do not ind themselves to artistic
rnTrodduti n l t niV:'1S. There are now
sInt ihOlnt -.*r.. nt fie lines of form.
in a trotuAser-'. !i sear. and to achieve a
eU(..-wfl ',nt n'. it oI f -i man Is to spell
the artita* c-.plbilltieq in capital let-
tr,. With vw-omen modela--well, there
the titory is of a different cast, just as
woman iherseit is so wholly different.
so euchantily complex. --- Metropoll-
tan Magazine.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy.
This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum-
mer is over. It can. always be de-
pended upon even in the most severe
and danger ases. It is especially
valuable for summer disorders in ehil.
dren. It is pleasant to take and ever-
fails to give prompt relief. Why not
buy it now? It may save life. For
sale by all druggists.

Why Not Lemr to Speak Span. ?
You a secure a copy of the ew
editio of booklet entitled "Wha to
Say in Spoaish ad How to Sq It by
seeding two seea iin powge te W.
lashy, division p ger ag et, At-
Gelanti oa.t Lne airod, S ah
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Stopping at Pimta, Astor, St raeeis, Beaui Dad) and lata)tem1 em
Iamainka t. Jehanirer.
steamer "CITY OF jACK&
Leves Jacksonville 3:80 p. S Tuday and Thnda.
Leaves Sanford 9-:30 a. a. m daye ays and Frsida.
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k~k Kaighi
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bog awi.t...-e.. i

i.-ba e iesvea into she
floo-e, F07 ra in street,
g-ag l by Mr. DouglasM.
hoe meabered that about a
agf Mr. 3glagM sold bos for-
hore to P. H.
iii ei Bighitsi, who expect
_bit fityhICe.
i i s. . Potnwell of Hi. h
ame tho she warrlved
j.aoedear. Mrs. Powell
( hafsferonm for Daytonai,
shaewill spend a few weeks with
Mrs. T. V.M inks. Mr.
legparse for New York, where
Sflth. Iis to be
Sa "he will bebenetmd by the

l misD of Mis Margaret Rob.-
l jthejoeag lady who was op.
iaspe forapedi tis atthe Odd
ialnitare m Sunday, will be
tigiade at the information that she
gi l3ln l nicely, "ad the chances
that*ewill be out in a few days.
as operation was .formed by Dr.
..F. MesKbery, Jr., E.Lartigne and
SP. PAIlips, and was very sueeess-

0. CaUses, an emploe of the COum-
ser Lamber company was in the city
eserday. About a month ago Mr.
lsaon, while working in the Cum.
mr saw mill plant in Jacksonville,
Id the misafotone to get his right
rai a planing a ehine, which re-
lted i ehe loss of that member. He

Recovered, however, and is
ght with the exception of the loss
iarm. :


After a residence of several years in
i eity, Mrs. W. P. Lee and children
peet to make their departnre in a
Sor two for White Springs. After a
it sojoura there they will proceed
/*",h Georgia, where they will re*-
iaeor the balance of the summer.
befriends of Mrs. Lee will regret to
mtat she hasbeen in ill health
raen time, and the change will be
aeS wi0h th e hope that she will be

Mareea Endel departed yesterday
Tr amp.a*where he expects to re-
i l Friday. Mr, Endel--is a
ar of the committee on work of
eGrandW Lodge of Florida. Masons,
S -arman of the committee. A
mree-days' session of this committee
ill be held in the South Florida city
r e purpose of instruction and ex-
pliOatien the work, and the
--et- g promises to be an interesting
e, silee representatives from several
igees throughout South Florida will

Ladiesof W. C. T. U. Held Interesting
- Meeting Monday.
There was an interesting meeting of
Wtomao'ts Christian Temperance
alot. held ati the rooms of Union
MImday afternoon.
The meeting was well attended, and
epeat deal of interest was man-
d Among the principal busi-
was the subject of erecting a
l fountain at some- convenient
Sonthe square, and Meadaimes J.
b.h George I. Doing and T. F.
were appointed a committee
with the City Council and
In ti e matter of co-operation
liiiHtanee. The ladies began at
Ork, and Me&dapes Futch
report encouraging progress

g^ --Raeo~ni~n4mdtl for Rheu-:


a. Danville, Ill, writes,
Aboot two years ago I
for our months with
I tried Ballard's Snow
s hbttle cured me. I
eom ttm it to alA
Ijiho' E'* ui."

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sii i a>lti
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Sold by All Drugaists.

Treasury Department Promises Pros-
pectlve Drawing of Building
The following letter from the
treasury department. Washington, on-
der dat of July 8, explains itself:
Mr.B.W. Hamptoon,
'Secretary Board of Trade,
"Osainesville, Florida.
"Sir: In reply to your letter of
June 30th, requesting a drawing show.
ing the United State. patoflee build.
ing at GainesvillU, Florida, you are
a4vised that at the present time no
suck drawing is available, the prelimi-
nary sketches being only now in eourse
of preparation. The office will, how-
ever, be pleased to comply with your
request as soon ai a perspective draw-
ing of the building has been prepared.
"Supervising Architect."

One Lady's Recommendation
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
T have, I believe, sold fifty box
Chamberlain't Stomach and 1
Tablets on the recommendation ol
lady here. who frat bought a bx
them about a year ago. She n4
tires of telling her neighbors

friends about the good qualities of
these tabtlets.-P. M. Shore. druggist,
Rochester, Ind. The pleasant purga-
tive efect of these tablets make them
a favorite with ladies everywhere. For
sale by all druggists.
Attention, K. of P.
The regular weekly meeting of
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20. Knights
of Pythias, will be held at the eastle
hall over Dutton's bank at 7:45 o'elock
this evening. At this meeting there
will be installation of officers for en-
suing term, as well as the regular
weekly refreshments. A full attend-
ance is desired, and visiting brothers
are extended a cordial welcome.
W. R. MeKiSTRY,. K. of R. S.
Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many eases pronounced hopeless
by physicians have been eured by Fo-
ley'? Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of
Reasouer, Lwa. writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption and I got no
better until I used Foley's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain in my lungs and todayI am sound
and well" Sold by J. W. MeCollam
4 Co. _____
Meeting Board Directors.
An important meeting of the board
of directors of the- Gainesville and
Gulf railroad -was held in this city
Monday. The meeting was well at-
tended, and considerable business was
transacted. The Gainesville and Gulft
is one of the best paying railroad
properties in the Stte, considering its
mileage, as it traverses a rich a i
trail and horticultural section.


sotHarness and

-Repair Shop
In Connection with Stab!es.

All work dO e pAronatl sad gmas-
teed. Prices ly a p at new
stables, East [al.a Street-cerner Sruth


F "T. %IAPEB, Pr. .. and Crrea streets,
Phone Ma P. 0. Box-6

Preh Every Dar.
Delivered to AU Parts of City.
SamIractioa GOavww.

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Best on the Marlet

Blood,. and is Free
SFrtomN Dst.

FPor Sale by All Wholesale Grsmenm.
Jaetsavflte, 7erifo

Ait Your Dele for it.

la a sa l led Gread uiyoo l otlon.
ae inMr y Thtose Gmd emAoia
Semat trem "the Graad aempe of the
..~.also& the A lu- epl. a
see,--n A otr- v.e e.- re
wioh _low thi io!k ni. t r go.
tohe bostruary nBbeot i hat. terr-
-iad (alforia andi thee empti
It is Use graadest gorge la the world.
In It .000 of the wondaerfat orgs re
the state of Colorado could be barlg4.
With N ts tributaries umny of wh'i
have never yet beenexplored1t wokl
each, If all the canyonS were piafed
moo after another, nearly around the

AnnW o r yw ate tw OO *
weid.-Four Track New..
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure sad use that old Wad well-
tried remedy, MrsX. Winslow: Sooth.-
ig yrup, for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the 0a6 ,
allays all npahin, es wind clic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen-
tyfire cents a bottle.
A Futle Piea.
"Prisoner, the jury has declared you
"0I n that's all right. judge. Yoo*re
too intelliugnt a man, I think, to bet
aflueced by what they say"
Is a violent inflamimation of thejanu-
ous membrane 4of the wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to the lar-
ynx antd bronchial tubes, and is one of
the most dangerous diseases of chil-
dren. It almost al way comes on in
the night. Give frequent small doses
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and ap-
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment external-
ly to the throat. 25evc. e, $1. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.

Ia Ushe Distriet Court of the United States for
the Southern itStrier of FJloida.-In
Banekrupte.--nh tbe Matter of Espaunla
Lumber Co.. Bankrupt.-In Banktuptey.
To the ereditors of 1kanola Lumber Co. of
Newnan's atke. In the country of Alachus and
dsArct aforesaid a bakrupt:
Notice Is hereby given tat on the eth day of
July. A. I. "9. tbe Waid .pasola Lumber Co.
wa" dir adludicated bankmpt: ad that te
ffrit meeting of his creditors will be hold at
the ofce of W. IL Parrerefere. in Gaines-

appnt a tustee, examine the bankrupt and
transmet web other bu ine*w as may properly
come beforesaid mneetiD..
GaInestiae. Fla..j J}llth.lO.


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Our business is strictly confined tu- the vanous detailed incident to the ow.
ership of land, and we have no private or personal "axe to grind" in a e
with that bo-i.aeus. We make a specialty of tie preparation of- hat-l-a-
make exhaustive investigation of titles We represent po-persy-_eu a1s
all matters pertaining to the assesps9ient ansd patymet of teiesamdlthee
demption of outstanding tax sales. Whes yenou lee prompt ad e iO
viee in our line eall on or write as Notary publie ia olee.
LL. COL*^- bm.

JAI M. (GaA m, President


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On the A. C. and S. A. LfRy. R i RP-MUU! Prpri: t
None Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.


Cmstrally lemrated. theraughly repaired and remvated. ewlety hraleel.

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One-Third Easier
One-Third Faster

The only Sewipg Machine tha does
not fail in say point.
Rotary Motion sad Ball Beariags
make it the lightest running machine
in the world.
Agent' wanted in oas pled ternm
tory. iWad for Gimnlaxs and teUaM.

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Smperinetent of Pubic Instreetio
CoW .Trea.arer.
Coimty $urwTyor.

For couatr Commbinsaoers.
Fcr Members of S'bnol Board.
T. A. DOE.

Secretary Shaw in his Chicago
speech repeated that 4,000.000 worth
f Ameriean merchandise is annually
sold abroad cheaper than at home.
BHe left out two ciphern-a typograpi -
e .l error. Steel rails are sold here for
$28, but are offered in Europe for $2s
per tom. Oar masufaetured exports
average over oo.000000 a yewr. and
S almost all -of them are sold abroad
cheaper than at home.

T he ake Oty Index is .ix year old.
May f lie fe ,I, is t$he wish of T B

setied to the people the nanist,
States an excellent dsket upon a good
patfru Judge Alton B. Parker of
ir h 'Yorkn is, nA ear opinion, twh
strongest candidate that cold bare
been omiated for president, while
birdaig nMatof E 64Bator Heary
0.PNvia of WestVigiia is am
"safe and sane," in whom theisterests
of the people of the greatet country
on the face of the earth would be safe
should circomtanew call biBm to pre-
side over the destinies of the nation.
Judge Parker has long been noted
for his frank honesty, and those who
were load in their criticism of his i-.
ienee prior to hiAhomination were as-
sured that he would be heard from at-
the proper time. That his friends
knew their man was fully demonstrat-
ed after his nomination by his action
in sending a telegram to the conven-
Hnoe informing the delegates that he
was a believer in the gold standard.
and inasmuch as the convention had
omitted from the platform all refer-
enee to the financial question he
deemed it his duty to make the fact
known, so that another candidate may
be nominated in case the convention
did not agree with him on the money
We confess that we cannot see the
necessity for Judge Parker sending
the message, for the action of the con-
vention left him free to deal with fi-
nancial matter aeeeme b et. It
shows, however, that he is an honest
man In polties and one in whose hands
the reins of government can safely be
There is no doubt that the business
interests of the country are afraid of
President Roosevelt and that Judge
Parker has a splendid chance -to carry
the Dempocratic banner so victory. Let
all Democrats rally to his support and
assist in placing the great jurist in the
chair now occupied by the "bronco


Senator Frank Adams of Jasper is
one of the-most extensive farmers in
the South, having about fifteen thou-
sand acres under fence. The White
Springs Herald says of this great
Hon. F. Adams' farm in this county
is certainly a promise of good things
to come. There are one thousand
acres in corn ; seven hundred acres of
cotton, and much of it from waist to
shoulder high; oats were reaped from
one hundred andfifty acres; there are
some three hundred acres in peas; two
or three hundred aeres in pindars, and
cane and potatoes in profusion. There
is, also, a large number of fine stock
on the plaee. The portion of this
estate which is enclosed with fenee is
about fifteen thousand acres. F. W.
Williamson, one of the most whole-
souled fellows that ever lived, is su-
perintendent of this farm and, like a
country Baptist preacher who is try-
ing to serve four chnre'es- "his time
is about filled."

At the Harvard banquet Ex-Secre-
tary of State Olney followed Tafand
answered him. He said: "Where
will you find in Amerlean law any
right in a strong nation to appropri-
ate the sovereignty or territory of a
weak nation, either in the name of
'collective civilization' or in any other
name or on any pretext whatsoever?
And if the search be successful is not
a rule which is good for nations good
also for individuals? And why not the
lives and property of weaker and in-
ferior citizens in any community be
rightfully appropriated for the benefit
of the stronger and superior?"

The fact that several have been in-
dicted for the Slocum steamboat hor-
ror does not satisfy the American peo-
ple. They demand that several of the
guilty shall be punished. Yet steam-
boat managers in New York are in re-
bellion, declaring that there is no law
for the reinspection of steamboats.
The record now is 1.040 known to have
perished !

Booker Washiligton's statement that
Southern white children are ten times
more stupid than negro children, is
not eleulated to inreasrme his popa-
larity in Dixie Land. The fact is that
President Roosevelt has turned Book-
er's head and he feels at liberty to say
what he pleases, but the manifestation
of too much liberty in that distinetion
may eau-e him trouble.

Beef reached the highest point at-
tained since the Civil 'ar. Secretary
Shaw says "'hib prices mea s per
y' So this masut be aedVtirat.

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Professor Skeat In his Etymological
dictionary explains the expression as
'-'blow for blow" and saysthat It is a
corruption of tip tor lap, where tip is a
slight tap. He refers to Bollinger's
works, I.. 83 (Parker society), the
translation of which is, I believe; dated
15717. May I be permitted to direct at-
tention to the fact that "tit for tat"
had already appeared at an earlier date
in John Heywood's "Proverbs," 16 6?
Since tit for tat (quoth I) on even hand
bi set.
set the har"es iad asaynst the soese
e Pp. b t: O, Reprint .
In a note it Is stated that "tit for
tat" Is simply a cOrruption for taunt
pour tant. Halliwell-PhIllipp' diction-
ary has "t!nt for tants tit for tat."-
Notes and Queriest
A Danverom Trad*.
The dangers of work in a white lead
factory are described by a medical
authority in a discussion of the causes
iand effc--ts of lead poisoning. Most
of the cases o"cur among the workers
In the department where the prepara-
tin of the carlixmatt of- lead is carried
on Ly w1lt is calledd the "Dutch proc-
esps, in v.hith the lead. In sheets., is
platcd on the top of pots filled with
acetic acid and converted first into the
subat:etate anid finally decomposed by
crlbon dioxide emittedi by tar. In mov-
ing the carblmate eou ls of white lead
dust are e'.ily c.auitid by careless ban-
dting on the part of the workmen. and
ran spite cf tle resfdlralors worn by
theui mHl,_i-J of the poisoil is tuken into
lthe s.yslemn. -l:m.q'r Weekly.

Both S9lGefied.
"I'm sattied." said the angry t;i7ASr.
"thItt yo "AHr r -hTu* f -ckle tho l~aD'y "- -
or. l "f yA ri' souItldst I rn,"

Io not gripe nor irritate the allmen-
tary canal. They act jetly yet
promptly. cleans e ilectuly an

Give Coefoat
Sold by all druggist. 2wints.

is the mest healng -salve a
the world. It cure& Se%, Cuts,

B sft an 1:t: ba b".

Cudes PI l i
an t I"rMy amd puamead tlyta
to aiem as."
a Wma a. cPutsti
Sal y O. W. MIUM C

IL Use Rig afar Unnatural
I. u ii a.. drubar -..iacaatiou,.
OA *-4 trrttio" or, wIcaahtogfim
~~ cit imuctui- ?acabrajue..
W*s Vwsi* A.CS o. an-ot "t.tiB.
Ui{aiXTt.J-- SuoM by Deeugto.b
t. or sort in puin& rma-pti,
-LP c wc --prove ipd, om
% in Carar3tut n3au

vnU~cfiM Eiriagwi/.
!"-& ia-fta- fxcl a lbr

B dgy -er 6 awar waseer to low-
or hi r -used, V wm a "time to
tie" +b

asue:stn c mep.e
Standing uamcarpet-h a a tedecM-
to mute uthe voke. since a layer of
eiastk and aater
_Vwce prosdor. and the nor. whIch,
when It t not eoersd, acts a sound
board, taka up the vibratons- and
giv1n increaued effort and dietbetnesa
tq, them. Ths can be illttrated by
ilacin- a timepiece first upon a rag or
carpet and then upon the bare foor.
In the latter position the ticking Is
much louder, because the vibrations of
the clock are then much more forcibly
communicated to the floor and so to
the air of the room and finally to the
ear by actual contact between tbhe
ldock and the floor. A -carpet damps
or kills these vbrations because It Is a
bad conductor of sound. The dlfer-
nce_, which is so audible in this case. .Is
In some degree to be detected when
the voice is-heard under similar con-

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Bal that He would Noth.
4 I r Hi Nomination Un
B els Recoives Formal Notification

a 0, N. Jnlyt IL-The newso
J4dge Parker's nomination was giv-
Sto bim at -6:5 a. m., today by the.
t ae o p t ofthe Associated Prew.
bo found him clambering out of the
water after b.i morning swIm.
Well, -~Jdge-, you've got it," er-e6
ithe reporter as the athletic fgure of
V ~- Parker appeared over the bow
of the barge from whlci hbe bad bees
S "I- that so?" replied the -judge, is
^ny-face, breaking ito a cheery
SagBe Ia which satisfaction was undis
e l He asked fgr details of be
vSal vote and displayed the hvellest
1 4atrest In every -fact and fgure. at
tne time refraining from the
St comment.
-- Whebt asked If he would say any-
l lthoS .the- matter of hia nomiitlon,

S 'W1 I shall say nothing whatever
O Msa the subject until I am formally
s- awed of nomination."
o B. climbed 61p the steep bank to
i. uses and cordially received the
K resting* of the other newspaper men
who had been waiting there but hei
al:" declined to make any eommen!
-U the ituation.u -
There is little doubt that Judge
ker .has -been conident for many
-.._:a it-lkwold be nominated, and
whf- e he would ot d-scuas this aspect
-e fte question this morning, it was
pflta that the.announeement of the re-
-ft brought him no: surprise unless,
phepsf in some detail of the figures

Judge Pairke devoted the first lelt.
re of the morning to: reading the
i ornt f papers, devoting close atten-
i 'n to thee platform. He refused to
- make ay comment whatever upon
the platform. Afterward he started
for a ride on horseback. The Amer.
W an flag was run on the Rosement
f; ag staft today and flags and bunting
-appear in increasing profusion on all
buildnlas in Esopus. A celebration
planned -for tonight has been post-
Spon.ed untlf next week. By gist time
it is expected that the UTlster county
delegation will have returned from

Telegrams of congratulations have
began to arrive.

E.x-.Pre.ldent tSays He I Abundantly
.Gratified t the Result
Buz:ard's Mas#.. July 11.-
S- President Grover Cleveland
h o is the guest of Joaeph Jefferson.
m advised of th nomination of
Jdge Parker for president as soon
as he awoke this morning. Later Mrs
Clev eland sent the following statemni
S: to the Associated Prees:
"Mr. Cleveland declines to see any
_eporter or representative of the
-- pss. but sends the following word
i fTom his room to the Ass.ocated Pressi
n-am In absolute Ignorance of the
a tietl of the StiLouis convetion ex-
-- sept in so far as it has nominated Mr.
S Parker as presidential candidate. With
this result I am abundantly gratltfed.

and I hope that the remainder of the
: work of thieonvention wili add to the
S encouraging prospects tf Democratic
S- cess. This is all I can possibly
say at this time. I do not know when
I shall have an opportunity to read-
the platform adopted or to learn the
entire proceedings of the convention.
|. any -event. it Is absolutely certai-
that no further oxpressfon from me
smt a y be expected at present 1 hope
to be relieved of further importunit
-1 -this subject"'

Hill Pleased with Result.
St *Louis. July l.-Senator David
A HBil was seen as soon as the con-
f-ltion adjourned andV afd:
"Of corse I am detlghted with the
result aM the more so because of twt
-bets, the ftart -that Judge Parket
- Was named on the first na.lot and stc
-nd because. with one ,xceet Ion. nc
Brsonal abu. or viturperation was
Indulged hi. atch stat. was allowed
tii put in nomination their favorite I
wS and dvoT for hm w'as we hid
pl'a ed' .ide. Parker will made an
S ea1 caand dte;. ia. wi! It tte plat
which is ais Ideal..

1 ik. ZL.- Jar It- ff.....

s -- wP azV was

Mtrilomfem of cvcetan ofy his ownffe
Pftker a o y there aeon of the eonrty.
The president passed the day In his
:lbrary and about Sagamore Hill wlit
members of Is family.: No officlai
visitors were received.


Strike Has Not Such Depression as
Was Feared.
Birmingham, Ala., July 11.-The su-
pension of work at the furnaces ir
this district has not caused as muche
depression in business as was at firsi
There weems to be no good chance
for a settlement of the scale with the
-furnace operators, but the commreial
coal operators have in some measure
r.Mieved the situation by signing 1at.
old scale of last year; with the under.
standing that this contract is to con-
tinue until some definite settlement i-
made with the furnace operators.
A large majority of the commercial
coaloperators have signed the agree
meant. and t is now thought that all
of themni will do so An a very short

At World's Fair.
St. Louis. Jul3 .-The national
pavilion of the Argentine republic atl
the world's fair was opened today, thisi-
being a national holiday in that coun-
try. B use the exhibits are not all
in place, the formal dedication has
not been fixed.

Lynching at Gordo, Ala.
Columbus. Miss., Ju!y #.-A negre
man.. name unknown, has been lynerI
at Gordo, Ala.. for making insulting
proposals to two white women. Thre
ueo was taken from the jail at Gor-
d is i a nag- d hamu

The Best Health Culture.
No poor man can afford to bother
with any of the experimental health
fade. He is too busy making a living1
for himself and family, and when he is-
afflieted with a bad cough or cold, or,
develops catarrh as the directresult of
a cold, he simply takes a few doses of
Dr. Boshee's German Syrup. And if
something more serious, say consump-
tion, prostrates him or any member of
his family, German Syrup can again
be relied on to effect a cure. Trial
botte,25 c. Bigbottle, 77e. At W. M.
The Wren.
It Is to be noted th;it if more than
a year old wrens come directly to their
rLesting site of the preceding summer.
It it is still Intact, all's well. There Is
:no loitering In the neighborhood, nor
has it ever happened, so far as my ob-
servation extends,. that a single bird
appears and a mate subsequently
comes upon the scene. The pair arrive
together. This is unquestionably true
ofjny doorstep wrens of the past seven
summers and suggests that the tiarital
tie ti not voluntarily broken, whatever
the birds' careers from August to April.
The male may loi)e his mate, but he
noon finds another, and the widowed
bird may lose her lord, but she prompt-
ly mates again, and so one or the other
keeps the old summer home In mind,
and It Is never forsaken. It become I
a fixed feature of their lives. --Dr.
Charles C. Abbott in Llpplncott'a.
Toverori Gtler ad Patrrleik Uer.
- 4hief .Juatiee Marshall used to nar-
rate with' great glee a correspondence
on a point of holier betwIeen Governor
Gilles of Vlrgiuia and Patrick Henry:
SSr-Il understand you have called me a
i bobtailed plitlean. I wlh to know it It
I be true and. If true. your meaning.
To which Patrick Henry replied:
Slr-I do not recollect having called you'
a hobtafled politician at any time. but
think It probable I have. I can't ay what
I did mean, hut if you will tell me what
you think I mean I will tell you whlMet
you are correct or not.

Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. Flint, a merchant of Orchard,
a., writes: "I had been greatly trou-
bled with itching piles for several
years and tried many so-called pile
cures without relief, but was complete.
ly cared by Banner Salve. It :sthe
best pile cure." Sold by J.. MeCol-
lum & Co.
The Same Thing.
MacBristle-llave you seen Dauber's
latest color studies? The Criti--No.
but I had the delirium t emens once.-
hicago Journal.
The desire of knowledge. like
thirst of ricbe increase ever with the
acquisition of it-Sters.7


**., -p e. f ..-..-. .a. s :.- :-
-a . the l et,
he estroidinary gilt of the bret-
-1r.. -4 ce avie always excitea the
woaAteri gt wiun of inaturalistsp but n
the nlst ignorantt .ietrvers-their .. .
inrt an* una d li-e t i.tiihellwt-o
1W pit"1t tood-a. ar" inltance, wen

tht -n rave #r asters where teyi
oh w 4hemselies. as Professor Ats
of u< tteh r A1it h lhen pointini their on or nvar the prectae
pilt it ona whr the forti ting ater-.
pilo irare 4tted to feed. although- they
as i itteri t have nlevr tasted it. 7To
there slhpul bet iadded tewii luxorious
spr-and of witn,. giVint opportunities
for oitho t and variations of
col r wh chi d ret-ct th-Tni during the
few a t of ieir win.:ed state; the
bri 'f t ie whln. If ever, their eggs
5IM! t he lakl had the continuance otf
the rhae -tadie sure. The whole realm
I of ;finiufl Umimcrl .;is it is now term-
ed. reaelaes its highest point in them
and leads to sOtitiM extr4tuw c;tseS. a1s i
t- fiwt that; while buttrtflies are or-
dirari-y monogamous. there is yet one
piW in lAfrica whieh hi departed
so widely from thus rule that the malT
has nT t one meate anOlr, but actually
three ditTerent wives, each so utterly
unlike him in appearance as to have
lorg been taken for wholly differ. t
spedes.-T. W. Higginson In Atlanti.

Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
boards of health and charitably in-
elitied person. the death rate among
sill children is very high during the
hot u of the summer months in
the largeitiesi. There not probably
ne' eta" of (bowel complaint in a huna-
dr -d, however, that could not be cored
by the tiwely use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all drggists.
The eassiet, cheapest and best remedy
for eatarrh, colds, asthma and all di.-
eases of the throat, chest and longs is
Quakor Oil, the new discoveIry. Itis
perfectly harmli even to children,
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
isfaction in every case or money wil
be promptly returned. It readers
grrppe impossible, quickly destroys
disease gernr, and insuret fell, per-
fevci and natural breathing through the
nostrils. For sale by R. W. Vanse,
Island Grove. Fla.


Jacksonville, Florida.


Jas. Everard's Canada Malt

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Beer. Made of Hops and Malt

Per Barrel ........ 1050
Per Dozen ........ 1 25

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TME a~uam FAlTE O Tom
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blood is te sarce 0 a exs aches aud pi
and Ahe causePof nearly all stubbonm looronn.a.
.eae- Whtn the blood ets 9 tt of oer, diae
and poison of various inds find their way into the cir-
latike and some seri tous uble is the i slt. hXal.
matism. Malaria,-Old Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula. Auamia,
and umy ptula or scay skin euptions, like Eczaeszm
Salt Rheum and Tetter. have
their beginning i bad blood. agpS m7 b was be*as evIit
kia eu aptos and ad other V3t On
and on)t a yetedyvthat entMas so 31 Col o S a,0
into the cireuitilon and de- -kao --t tkb. lir iypokfmf After cnag
tstrysthe-gCrmAgand poisons. oM&b&rot:e tle-my abodwaathoreouiy pai-a
ca aeany permanent good see p
effect upon a disease of this &s.L to abe a i
character. saoane in nUed of each m=e.icine roald di4
You can't check a blood 'to Vslt Mrs. V. Z. Bao wMa ,.
disease by any eernal treat- 1 Pattemuo St Ali0ance.O.

Ment ; ule sores and eruptions a. appear upo= ~ u surface o- the body
only manifestations or symptoms of some internal disorder that cannot- b
reached from the outside. S. S. S. antidotes fth pai
sons, humors and acids that are the teal cause of
disease, cleanses and einiches the blood and bail&k
up at the same time the general health. S. S.
invigorates all the organs and parts of the sysa
and stimulates them to greater activity, and strong serves am renewed
health is the result. If you have any blood trouble, write -s. liodhge
or medical advice. TH- 70ITr t,P 13 2


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The d un o-

S. to pa pet
e- 45 4Bfllte was voted dowa without
- fster speech-maling by a ote

Swas a' resolution ly Mr. CalvIon,
AtA .ond.r. rovding for a retlsion
a akl g laws of the state. The
i tole *as as folows:
Whelaer ~-or nothe state of Geor-
abBtt pay a-iehe um bands to
iStvuielsei $s2,2. waich wase iues d
i priy for guas uatsed te'-war tbe-
tweaihe states, was a question which
th iemerl judiciary committee of the
b bi which bad been referred to
eemittee brought Ou la most _hIn
srieatB g bit -eorgia history. Mr.
ttW orf Olenan, Iatroduced the biat
a th Iwouse ld the general judtary
tc6mm 4tteeftWehouse of representa-
tilv was called Kn to discs i.-
dayr tternoou under a special or.
A fIew Intes suticed for the sea-
e to dispose of all t- e business it
2ei to tke p Friday. this busf
:sinof- the pasage oC one
lteat bill, the latrodaetion of three
| ne wo measures and the recepion of a
"ie of appointments b a the oernor.
ITw of the new h-ls wereof some
a- slderable Im portance, both these
befg introduced by Mr. Davis. of the
e-esteeath. One of these bis pro-
vied bI the bonds of the state trees
bger, comptroler general and -the
oeaff t state to be made by iecur
ity and guaranty companies and the
ltlai providing that the board of vis.
Itrs to the state ev lversitr spend a
of their time at Athens while the
Is Is actual session.
iA igN t Waat1er Teror.
rI_ wouM cough nearly allnight
wg, writes Mrs. Ca. A pplegate of
Mlesaadria. Ind., "and could hardly
aay1 sleep. I bad consumption so
ed that if I walked a block I would
osugh frightfully and spit blood, but,
when allother medicines failed, three
4 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov-
6rywoy cured ane and I gained 58
pesods." It'*s absolutely guarantmeed
peore coughs, tolds, lagrappe, bron-
P*le.ftSOand $1. rIal bottles fre at
.11-rugstore. ,,
SExpoeWon Follows PFeg.
ChicagoJUIJ 11.-The plant of the
1tionmal Prortvislon company, at But-
Wr and Tki:ty-lntih streets, was dam-
Ced $75,000 by fire today. As a re-
uR of ie frte a terrific explosies o-
ScaBed In a big sewer in Thirty-uinth
street. For a distance of a mile along
the thUroughfare manhole covers were
seat hIgh n the air art the street mar
-5ee was so damaged that car and

Indigestion its companions. heartburn,
katolence, torpidity of the liver, con.
asitpatlon. palpitation of the heart,
poor Mood, headache and other ner-
yOes symptoms, sallow skin, fool
bingo., offensive breath sad a legion
~Idewiapu and destructive malady
*ao[the American people. The
treatments will care all these
onbles. 5eehattle. SoId br W. M.

ni 1 _textMM: s i.,

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NOeuw Yoal r-,
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reat awt affet their exama-
tieo oa the sobects wherein change-
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h (l cents), by American Book C o.,
Florida History-Green's or Fair-
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Ptl iology-Colieman' Elements (90
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the Method of the Recitation (90
ents), by the Maemillan Go., At-'
These book may be had of most

publishers by mail postpaid on receipt
of price. Respectfully,
W. N. SaBATs.
State Supt. Pub. Instruction.
Brutally Tortured.
Sease came to light that for per-
sistent and unmereiful torture has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
Golobik of Colass, Cal., writes: "For
15 years I sudured insufferable pain
from rbeamatisim and nothing re-
lieved me though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bit-
ters and It's the greatest medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few bottles,
of it completely relieved and feared
me." Jus as good for liver and kid-
aey trouble" and general debility.
Only60s. SatIsfaction guaranteed by
all druggists.
Oue of Stasey's Hobbles.
The late Sir H. Mw. Stanley had at his
bsouse at Ptriight. In etngland a gar-
den whie was laid out to represent
Afries. On narrow stream stands for
the-Kongo. and farther on it branches
Into the Zambezi. A baby leap of wa-
ter Is the Victoria falls. A small lake
represents the Victoria Nyansa and the
trtulet which runs from it the Nile.
Materaal Palth.
.I always knew you did Josh an In-
juustice.' said Mrs. Coruteasel. "Some
of the folks that was to town amld be
told 'em he was on the water wagon
"That's good news."
"Of course it is. It shows the boy

king cart."-Waahlngtn Star.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con-
tinuously" writes F. A. Gullege, Ver-
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible ease of

piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cored
me. Equally good for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25e at all drug
stores.i -
Round Trip Rates to Washington, D.C.

o Atlantic Coast Line, the quickest
route by two hours and eleven min-
A h ~er weeo_ u syAism. uses from Jacksonville to Washington.
e putautive Indo-Kuropea mnuge offers excursion rate, Jacksonville to
leal system was a mixture of the ded- Washington and return, $ 7. Tickets
L -the L ThM D now n sale. Florida and West In-
II the h -b Thst dian Limitedfastest and finest al.-
a 0nmb Wast the "shoci"-th year train between the East andSouth,
Sand-a 0 th nehxt large 1mber- w'a leaves Jacksonville at-9 a. m., arriving
ieWnd. or -hndred"-thatl. 120. in Washington 7:54 a. m. following
Between 0 and 12) there were no morning. No40, Atlantic Coast Line
a mbers like our 70. etc.. bedlt "a Express, leaves Jacksonville 8:05 p.
aoer a ad1" an 9 being "a saoek m., arriving in Wahington 11:50 p.
and -20. The Introduction of our lm. following evening. An excellent
present numbers between-00 snd 120 opportunity to visit the nation's capi-
aroe out of the introduetionof the talat nominal cost. Tickets good
#ertnalhund or hundred-rthat W. _1 0 return to October SUL. Avail your-
Sd ntion from wh te old selfof the quickest and bet line.
W ..M _w b od i-Both trains carry Pullman drawing-
ed (1)i wasa caled teB- daildedmal |room sleepers. Jacksonville to Was-
wUdred or the great hundred." ingon. SFlorida and West Tdia
which I still med in elal sad parts Limited arries Pullman finest dining
- Eglan -I ears, Savannah to Washington.

iftltmg^jtiri NuaI Il

Studies underlying cuses of Market
Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad
and Industrial reports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Records the last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at he price.
Auswers, without charge, inquiries con-
cerning Investments.
01g wme daily emats THE WALL STREET
JOURiAL Is Ibter qSalued to invest mesy
saMely apntay asmt t advie abt itvest-
mat lamseme wl dwee set.

44 Brsr Street. New YTK.
$12 a Tear,$1 a oth.




- Hotel.


ITable Unexcelled.

Every Attention to Guests


I~~S. IB e ,7o





We:pay freight eXpress
following liquors:

BY 517T519


charges on the

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in tbehwbisky Li:
4fullquarts o *............. 500
12 full qarts ........ .12 752

BLUM'S ONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fall quarts............
1 full quarts ............
BLU'SSYVA GLN 7m Years0I4 -

S4fU qarts ................ 3
6fallquarts .................. 4
12 full quarts........ ..........9

4 full quarts
6 full quarts
12 fuU quarts

ltt li l, l ti o l it li

.... 100



We handle everything in the liquor line, a
agents for Pabst Milwaukee and Jungs Beers.
Whiskies. Gins, Rums from 1.50 to 5.00 per g4
Caliornia Wine from 00 to 2 50 per gaL ih.-
ported Winesof all descriptions.

wtr .F Sie -

-- -. we-a0 2and

- wl~st a ainglebila
t a p~ tE ~
buy ~


mAw -- -M-r
S* ttL wIe m fretert. Wsa

a iw ik 2 ioA. --a~
Ludden& DIA

*OP. :r

o; et -a rsi o "9A i
from Gatittville to St. boui a -

tu.rn li-it 10 da a dase t

e 5.rvatio apply to
-tW.Bf t- JIdavU.

C. L. ST9NE, G.?. A" di.


aS TiSat Ci

o Presioential Electors. :
0 F. Bafem-4ranklineeounty
ee. K. Xo.bnioo.-arion edu.a.
Geo. H. Holmes-B "-"eva eo-nty.
G. A. W. Weadell-Gadsu "cty.i
A. Uw.CoshmGan-Alaehaacosty.i
-or ewero-Ho.. B. M. -ac..
lass. Hill h -
Secreoary of_ se-John t,
Atosmey-Ceneral-jr4Ctl. ases-"
Oomupsroiw-LL..Skipper. N. C1
Tu zansri JN. Before, aade.
Soperitwdelt of Pblie nsawt'-s

Rainhud ..mim.ia r- H. J.

cix yars-W. U. Seppajd; Eseamheis Suprene Cour-0l S FA.
0.8. As.DnvaL :a

t P. onerl4 al Disaiet-E. L....
aJ^^^s, sulat.I


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r a-

r -s te rt-uso-
I rer of diet or mew.
ot & rr tmou that
frm td h re them a for
t, is true fAt .P
&~'Baye^'I baod
irow ttou my botes sur
ww."Iat the opinlon o
-overwbelmnly ainst
eadiat is a foretfaineas
I by the ime oken. it I
* a tw..B w.tse M:aitfit
M .weet and greatly to
It in the valetudhnarian
...t..ty tells ouea petu-
it, that be never reads
ea Glob.


I- lgaggen O^Wha Tete a Sentr
||a| the Mexiesn war, in 1846.
~r ---'.-B amdjige

-m l retan to fmarh with a
Iw~K ^ trd ithe Santauer rtrar
rfwi set it paessae by the Max!.
ereached the place, posted hIs
Or -S PIn"u against be-
- pr emm and 'oek as
itelo o- the ba-k where b e could
leoriy t Ire ame the report ao
.ank rfed by one at hT uatries.
aa Kenly ran to the place. barT
wr ease o erensy, and fouMnd the sea-
rr.7A Georsian, moolly reloading hbi
"Nw Oares ftre ywo r g?" ex-
hmed the ary captain. "Tbe whole
Is an wi bNle auarmaed."
Xr B a e poe the longf rol of thse
cme -o-tb down the wfnd
as *try w plainly enough t1
el9 be had got Int, but he aw-
iell, wptal," you see I was -a
rsd and sleepy that to keep -Laretf
rake I kep' pointing mI sma at a
K I aw othe river, had I thought
-, I would like to whiner to It aldas
ab tI forgot -the gun was edd
S. mw -:e we ut"
The mam ecaped with a sharp repr-
fadtfm Genera Qttman, who sent"
Sword that It he ever _whispred"
9lt withfout orders It would toe slt
W. with him. w

At Doohan, In tqWper PSaestnIe, la
SwhIch has freed the t "vI
r etrli It is the weU of Joeph.
.e...roms farn a dreary enou.h
.c Above v Is a low, Ingnf
*B lop wi whos immlt corer a
Miserable mud hUts, and at th
ordid anacronsiam o aW
seam mill, while away from it
i all diretctna te faint
-~ belern expanse ot the
ladscApe. loPE reaches of pal-
And ry and yelow. with only
oe oal blotch of brilant cole
t rebound. Dreary and wasts
ma&d eesthesomenef to the gea
^theicftesh. f <& c r -pe
that Must, bald bM becomes a von.
:eKant oatVUsODO-vkwo f ta-taw
timea more real dand vivid than
bpectasle of mad hate -and usae
i and reky wastesa.-Metropdli--

Wa. Diseeattoss Ues.. .t lw
e m.ha wbat time. wa. wafted In
a about the hous. ot 1ort.
Siny irtt ought to be preW rTv
mauwfit was letter an& Radicahl aay-
it oughft to be destroyed beesMe
wa tupid, and allU t be e ai -M
*tat-vt was rIgt beeam ft Was
it_ was W
aii beraube the chance mob t M6e
bary mep thrown there by mesS~est
I blood were a grea democrat pre
Mt ~ ~ ~ ~ b a-l-t 1IBlT oMIS
fcft'bkdeMirMi p *61
S th-e lower bo a*.ia*st*
e Vemmamipfsofa f the arser

I talu Htt, lirrCBtfft Hapoinua
/ ...* *e *L t-
Aoftr sa i BBn B w d *lfOswh****l w
as seenIn the b** flSI

e ear the asl er
w c -q k~benttd poi

e;^-Bam-;*^^^^ .1 at v *~'

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423NBY AlAW,

Sl.sBoJoror C lAtc- r..
urortia -You emnirfota SadBadm

jSOLICIOR mo HAwaziy.. .

OS.W In radel Block.


] _. f. A ,ENuMAS
I I[~iO .:nSeIZS-&m.

Ob~erlsr Gets i~B

GLal-ll C

Sslii"t ~w "aYI wor


fI W l.ns. UQUOaS &a CIGSxRS
0"erNe x2=estea w.roftoy.
Crown. rtya wo. L. tJaeo speMles.

fal toeon-w when in JWoiile


O;ee lo IBer lvw Bametaare.

frk GE w. Pro.rt-r.

Olit NowmI&*w EN ,
Xab w... -i. _a.alne, Fl.

fa to ene when in_ Jaooiit.e

a.d iw i. tbe ciy.



OfAll DescripUsa

Sole Agents for ONARCH and SOVER.
1iG UAlALTT Shoes. Every
pair warranted.

Hic kiids Saloon and Cafe

Jaeksonville. Florida

Merchants Luneh from 12 to 2 p. m.
art-lumay Beaeheter, ales I. -
pt W brterger Beer ma Draught

SteaLs, Fish, ChoM. Game in seam,
to arder. PlBiliarda Bowling
Aley. 8W. BayStL



Ala Pool Parlors.,

| C. lures, Pr~pulskr. '.

aLuted ln the Porter Block, goth
toMf.Trefrte- tbc

FO R .

D rin /.! e.+.. +_k..'_

MEETTO is a delicious, re.
fr*.,shing bever m ad e
from ripe Saw Palmetto
Bernes. Absolutely f ree
from pernicious harmful
drags Metto stimulates
the liver, flushes tihe kid.
neys, acts directly on the
bidder. Makes these or-
gans perform their func
tions in's natural way.
thereby keeping the system
in perfect and healty con-
dition. __

Sold by A11 Drggists.

& Aft HAI9

Take The: AtlanticCoast'in

u V Yin W
N f 3Dw _ z %I ::-

Rapid Transit and Unsurpas
Time Table in efeet June 6, UIM

7 pm Higk :priapg mad later
Dily :ediate Paiatu

12.-40pm .

Iann |

Da i


Oea.a, Leeaburg and Taemp, Id
Intermediate Ti

North, ant aad We

High 8pring Wayerods, Savaamh, Bileawik,
Albany. Atlant, al Pointse Jotl Wast

SnReehellne, oican
Daily l


py and Citra

High 8prings






int Mileage Ticket, gomd over aile U e
ipalthe Southern States, arei Osale by the uceualf
Line; also via Atlantic Co at Line and SotberRailway.
J. A. GOODWIN w*cket Agwvf d l .
For A omple:e arm-- o.s : ..:- - -:-:"

FRANK C. BOYLT ON, Con'1 Agt.. W. D. STAR, Tea. -..
188 W. Bayt., Astor B'ilding, Jaeomille, .a.
SM. EMESON, Traf. Mgr., W. CRAIG,Gea. ?MAL,
Wilmibtonm, S. C. W.iriacW.iO. -


~~ I --- -----T CORRE-_Y WB-EN POU- MB
In coMesO w IthS I A. LA.ta PROMPT PAYMENT or i S.
I., -.& -t, R'y. ir Atallan. We cover these important point and epeeiUlly
Lv. Atlanta 1 A-.t.. o~7 -icit a are of tyourf"basrs..
LV". 8:3p. m.. Ar. St. Loui 7t a. mu
9- is i *-
ria, l- Agents for the-

Taessee. Victor Safe and Lok Cmpan
ROUTE OF THE FAMOUS ) v X viria stE Oh t4
no The Vitor'isthW bet afe made, and pSrties bite-splas-
D i XIE FLYERI ing the im o( a sale, tbit
i ----. from a box to a bnk lh, will are We a1
C thy e x the only iaeI 4 .ear fa ^ by eaulting W. Cal OB or addirs,
Atlantato St.. Louis Thisear lea-vet Jaclmao- .
Vlle WYflr > p.0mP.. Atlanta a. .. I giving7. JLJ ',
ou the entire dy In St. Louis to et locatIed. G nl iV L,.
For rates yrof Io.r cty. ia Ia1b.tfe m "_._i__ _
Bk ao schedules, eepng ar reeratios, '
alio for book sbhowing botels an" boarding "Un

boUses. quotiag their rlt6. wri to W

Travelttg Passeager Ageat
U. 1 Brewm 08ildag, ATLANTA, GA.


Chicago Improved Property
in lot FIT Pe to eghty
Themadd Mllarsir Ala.
huym ematy neprty amd
euh. AbOre ppert
paying frme 10to14 per
eeast et.

M64 limeal Ave., frag., IL

The Florida
ij~t .Bd Ta
Fruit and Truk Grower.
L. J. BINY1, 4"r 4?rup'r,
lOCAft OmL
|0 Tea... ..... .....
..*hJ^ *h dR* *: **- '* *^~v- *^ *- --- A^ ,




Time Table in effect July 6 108.


No. 4.

,Fo. :
Daily. TATIOk8.
" i

Lv PiM Lv P MtLv A MA W Ar. PM AKr AM
1 .......... .-.... .. ..finL........--<.... .... ,.

7 6 .- ,. t.a *o .- I-- > -a

0 ---i i ... t1 ..... ... B io .. .... .i-- -. ,. .. .
sIo -.......!.... .... ...... Hlom ..... ......! ...... .....

... T......
16..5t .. .-
s30 S ....... ... ... .. ...eewepy........#41 Rb

SI .. .. .. ...K. .r......... ... 14a 1
S -..... . .... ... -- *
So T.... .... .... .. ... R .

. ... - LS A

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~wRvMt G~ we~

^r46 e Wieeek-
Juest \

Sf I t t Gatk.


Sae Hpemand What Going

hai T i "Ht %os % O d"

W newspaper s for amle at The Ba
.-...f .
s- d piSo for sale ohep. M rs. t.
W.liats., d.w
mSas 'ses Woaderful Salve for sale
by- W. MeCollaion & ..
Job Pri amtgOMee for sale. Address
Ie :BB sineate. : :t j. w.
Wilbor I Yoseomu of Lake City is
shiter d at the Brown House.
T Ellis, Jr., has returned from a
br bosines trip to Cedar Key.
W. -. Broombs made a brief profes-
J.L hawp Alanhba was among
the" bsauss visitors to thii city yes-

by. _-Wldrg ll g fors roerto
Nh., arge, furnished ronmat
ReOWsk-neat to square. Apply at
-_ ,en ae., t.o

I T.Eng ilsho Titaes of the orlf's
aig itizeBos of that y etlfon was
The aen has about t,000 old papers

l a? han whiek will be aimsed out ino
lewft olkor more at $1 per 1,000.a
E. Wells of Ar-her, .te eI cente
boowa heeper for Wb ea.. k g: t at
hat pace, spent S a. under with his
S .fam .e MeU th ity. wthe-i
J. .LWiiams of Alahuah, one of
-ke gUst measesfal businestsmn in
tast eNation, was rgihseretd athe
Btown Ro se Sunday.
For Rent-Desir able 10-room house
--on ark plame, near public school.
o Ttus ri Tomable. w Call n B. F.
HamnptonorEE. .C anon. 2A
s W. BartIleson of Jacksonvile
hathe scty. Mr. Basrtlesoe is origi-e
aBwy fros Gainesville, and his friends

Fortaalope or pineapple crates.e
-Osuhu lees will be ful on shortly
antia. Prices quoted on application.
sHa gan Hor.s. C astings, Fla.2
Sandy and Allen Graham expect toi
Leulsd were y will euspend onth o
"taking ia"Whsights ef the World's
- Carry and Fraser Merchant and El
met teOrery departed last naght for
Worthiagto Springs, where they ex.
pest to reaperate for the remainder
of we wek.

. JE. Hudson at Mapten, mann-
ftewrer of yellow ae umber and
White Springes, whene he has been for
hU.s ew rs teei-eranig.

~$ ~SPIN

*NOW w-.u -w 66 m.e i thIS ILe .
LorBw-. awll of Nw biy Ad.q. fr lra fth enwb. e., sto B e. < a -he-

oagp-aMng the vto-steiohss to .... ty ye. F L
ol. in J._ or y Mleaspy favored teseh, ia old a 0. r. Rj.! ion Iou Mr.. so e elly tar
aaiYesufill wist sh a iyg Aawwoiame day. Sortebt wad s hen roae to ttm -FU L
ty. Onl lr. ee. rt w be has be
Soa t. Paftor of Higth 8~pri nw s wihwS.fl o & e pe o
amg the bosWew- visit ors 4 this iy ep o tao e oQu aerhmber ohm- Captain D. W. M. Torbert of Arvr-
yesterday. pany, sredgay..d tHe vw in naking dl-do, onei todhe bestkowr a e, aM l
haa.nHopkins of.Talylahausee spent e sretensivwe surveys of the i laa s eid endets of h B-.
Sunday in this city, a guest of the laW dsin the ty of Otter w a t hose w paid peai te
Brow Hoe. a viaityesterday. Ca ptain Torber teas
Dr. J. D.Wat he spent Sunday with-tW B ll after a delightral soe- ely parsed valuable propertlyI
his family at Miesaopy, reouninag o and beneficial sojourn a White 'o East Miaguoram e hi s eity s am v
faineevRie yesterday. Sraaaad la thi eity, has returned maf decide laterto remove with his
toherhomiein Cedar Key. The no-. famiy to Gainesville.

H. Porer acsS. onv ie. t ho F. Prrih, former n eplo y of e O View otel
Frank MeDavid and Henry Simmons of the Gaineste anGo railway in thi arat ilabree es, and expe t
of the Monfteochr a section weresi trad- is cy but o ow of Cha rlotte- _. remain at Pabl for a indeite -
lag in the ity yesterday. where he holds a lrat position riod. MrSteker wa compelled t
l at W nterwith the Atlantic 4astu Line, ishere retr on con of pressing busi es,

tagetf for a few dayw, having come for the bt admits that he left that popular
For Aet.-Frln August Itstt orb e Ie ,

hoepi bA CRApoastLk.atohe.epurpoe of set eling some business f- resort relc tantly. -
John EnPr tes, the igar mana- pleased with his new home. erly an em ploye y of the iean Vw He ofe l-

sel~ b uly1 sthion were il Wite Springs, where he has been e- where be will ed ap
the raw goods. L. rwhia. operating for the past few daya He position ual vrod Satio. He e xrt pectse to be
is delighted wita that pojpol e reMsort cabsenr t several weeks, and Oein taew m

W. N. Ross, the phosphate miner of n r ,- the finest place in stime will visit Petersburg, Norfolk. M*W aM
ort W Alantie Oast Line at w oe bele,

Jon ntenaa, he igar mnfae cthe South A great ay people from and other points. He i he r ied
ineesstvf hit yeotedsy. ttevery seaon of the co mt y ar dA oam of Laokelad. wel
B. Phier hag s gone for a few operating for the past few dayso. e no ain e. He epts be

_W. B. Phifer has -gone -for a few daymrs-* ^.*.**^ -** i\%

to Abbott. South Florida, where he is
etnsively engaged in the naval tore

B. T. Bardin, formerly broker of
High Springs but now engaged in the
washing machine business, was at the
Brown House yesterday.
George J. Bryan of Carraway was in
the eity yesterday. He came for the
purpose of entering a homestead near
Caraway, in Putnam county.
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges departed
yesterday for Jennings, Hlamilon
county, where he was summoned on.
account of the illness of Mrs. B. F.
Mrs. H. E Taylor will entertain
the Married Ladies' Whist Club and'
also the Young Ladies' Whist Club at
her home on Wednesday afternoon at
four o'clock.
SamLeonard, for many years a res-
ident of this city but more recently of
Oeala, has accepted a position as trav
eling salesman for a Jacksonville
wholesale grocery firm. Sam has a
way of making friends, and will no
doubt enjoy a good trade.
Deputy UnitedStates Marshal Hamp
S. Chambers of Ocala spent Sunday in
Gainesville. Mr. Chambers is regard-
ed as owe of the shrewdest and most
competent officials in the service, and
very seldom falls to accomplish hi
point when It omes to apprehending
-ri _. -
W J. Longman, traveling represen-
tative of the Cotton States Belting
Supply Company of Atlanta and Sa-
vannah, is at the Brown House. Mr.
Lougman is virtually a Florida boy,
having been reared in Palatka, and
has many friends throughout this see-
tion. He is enjoying a lucrative'
C. N. Collins and family of Evin.
ston were among the arrivals in this
city yesterday. They were en route-
from Lancaster county, 8. C., where-
they have been on a visit to relatives
and friends. Mr. Collins states that
the cotton and corn crops in the Pal-
metto State are finer this season than
for many years, and the farmers as a
consequence are thrifty and con-
tented. _
Read This.
Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16,1889.
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear
Sir: During the past year we have
sold over twenty-four dosen "Hall's
Great Discovery" for kidney and blad-
er troubles, and during that time
ave receivedno complaint.
Yours respectfully.-
G. VAS An"wzarP A Sos.
SA Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the .exas Won-I
der, Hall's Great Discovery, eures an
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, coradiabetes, seminal emis-
sions. weak and lame backs, rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the kid-
neys and bladder in both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your druggist,
wilib sent by mail om receipt of $1.
Oe small bottle is two mnths' treat-
ment and seldom fails to perfect a
aure. Dr. Ernet W. Hall, sole an-
atarer, 0. box 2, St. Louas, M.





S. U I Ei .

'| MRIW .Dmwm I TWAT W 'rT F.LL OFF0

STHE roee hie a -on wp Ns -
ig/^q dine Fste Powder Je s* er nwuUT--
at bT that Wede -a beutful. ot.
ve^1 aty -- a -p 4 wbe. hich remim on
the lace until wae6 eg. Not teesed
hy petiptraUog. dia or aniode-
saie. Pufe4and leib.iuow than
Oafte Tred Alway Used.
Copvrighta in old eRobdine eree
bxe& Whie, Flesh. Bruzetue. VNe
B er n ded It n a erewsugd

8.14 I a

_______________ I

Fred H. Young of Lake City. one of
the leading young bovines men of
that city, spent Sunday in Gainesville
as the guest of friends.* Mr. Young is
one of the most influential and pop-
alar young men in Columbia county.
and has many friends in a social busi-
ne"s way.
John W. Martin of Jacksonville,
representing a buggy and harness eon.
earn of Savannah, was registered at
the Brown House Sunday. Mr. Mar-
tin was for some time connected with
Sabel Bros. of Jacksonville, during
which time he worked up a laurative
trade throughout the State.
Cheap rates to White Springs and
return via G. & G. Railway. Daily
limit, 15 days. Week end-, going
Saturdays and Sundays, returning
Mondays following, 2.0. Leave
Gainesville 6-45 a. m., 6.1: p. m. Suan-
day excursion only one dollar. Leave
Gainesville 0:46 a. m. Nine hours at
spriage and back same day. J. F.
HILL, agent.
A. U. Hilleary of Micanopy, former-
ly engaged in the fishing business at
Wannee but now "wrapped up" in the
washing machine proposition, war in
the city yesterday. He was en route
home from High Springs and other
points, where be has been in the in-
terest of the washing machine. He
reports excellent progress. Mr. Hil-
leary expects to leave Micanopy today
for 8outh Florida,. where he will re-
main for about two weeks.

And Upt.- IO IJT S

and the Latest Styles


Fine Fadeless Fotgrafs
From Locket to Life ize.
igf G~rade Copi as 1



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SBought in Car Lots. Sol- oU-

Odm oroowCalgsA






At prices that d*efi- w1, Old-b
competition, ponlteo at .
fair treatment come to ..-...






The Birth-Plaee of Low Prces.

if TYOU Alt AWA...
You can save yor pocket chage
by buying your Trunks and Bags

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