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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. ...IDA. W. _SUAY Ju.LY 1.. .14 TN OYS A I
AMA*'- .A CU

vhk led them r a to rr adw teir ow
e-=metio- and to e6ie very aM
tempt of the ew York City 4legate
to vice the optalor of their cow.
stitaenta On this a: mntes question
faralihed Jdge Parker with an opI
portunity. wh he b as improved de-
lsively. t has reveaed him to the
people of this county almost in an
instant a great leader, there
eat of this eneratioo, an honest ain
-t.he most impremve in displaying
t vtiTrtue that r hae ever known
either through experience or reading
au corageous man-of such utcompara-
Nbe conrag-that he was willing to
throw away not merely the hope ot
prospect of a nomination, but an ac-
tual nomination for the presidency,
rather than stoop to an evasion or
galvocation on a matter of principle.
New Platform Will Win.
"IL who had lef SL. Louis before the
Aieal adjourunent as the onely way
to avoid being placed In a positionmI
where I mmst have told the convention

'g-t ye y. bcaue 'i--Juudge Parner could not. in my
opinion. escape-crushing-defeat. on
I_- wit^ the..o the reeipt of Mr. Murphy's message,
Sf eevdentJ. w n the 130d1 I as once ordered a special train and
I ncl -resldest was redhastenedea ck, because I then felt
i.-f -- f- to ~-- a sp 7 free toell the members, if they still
i.ys ahla ber y liy rh -desired to hear from me. that on the
Sat aaaa a". new platform, which he himself had
Snot truth y made. e would be overwhelmingly
mtsteau that Jdge trathffl haly in tel"e
S inion, te a.intest poet ot "W he my train arrived at 4 oclock
-. e~eS t o in the morning the convention had
t "y pat dt platform ompletd its work but If I had been
--bl hwo ld n lrepest in the wit pr nt I couldnothave made asin-
as halir S anoce was, the e gsre, uggeston which would have been
WStin oly eopead-the best w -an improvement on its course. In-
.t.. o y enie open a- d the best wa deed, the admirable temper displayed
IWpenu I we. ia e s by the men who at first blush might
hae a telegram Charve considered themselves belittled
-rp m Cdge Pa-k or aggrieved by the singular indepen-
e-aetgeW Jo- dentG acod W -of their candidate is one
w g sme to rtr Immed-ately. n te mos auspicious features under
a stant the wh-bo- t situation was which the campaign opens-
.. ."d. a '- T)-- t which had -- N -
chaed. r os 41aec t wi POINTS TOSUCIDE.
oce -became splendid. with promisesm.
oFf otoy. For -o-a had Body of ashionably Dressed Woman
S' o Found In Hotel,
the De rate part y this a St. oLuls. Mo.. July 12.-The deql
vf lved the co- in.-- e of .- body of a fashionably dressed woman
tonal o-r.t la tt cs ontry fa found In a room of the Hotel
1 view -s pm- the ; Milton today.
SII to t -a -e The woman -registered July 7 as
Slast Apri l by .the Tars. M Smnth, of New-York~
lers, nud I think It Is shared by every- Two empty bottles were found at
' 6 tgtt ma-t f the country. The the side of-the bed. One had con-
o:. thingtfl olutelyn te taltr De- taled some drug not yet identified
iethi a so"e l.s y leadern- and the other alcohol. From state-
!- :at cs Is a leader ments made by Rev. A l- K. Smith.
S At M'. Cleland. rector -of Chrst's ChurA Cathedral
I now no one pos0sesstg ay- fa wh.oma the woman is said to hav-
tlaug like Loralabilty was c-aspl. I confided to some extent, her correct
-ns .eept Mr. Cleveland. To him name is Mrs. M. K. Dantes. of either
thera were mighty objectlos. HI New York or Washington. Upon a
age us vaeed. Aany politi eaMs De. promise oft secrecy the woman tor
-nto there ts a widespread objeb on the Rev. Mr. Smith that her mother'
to giving ay -man, Lhoweer, w sej Mne Is Mrs. Matha Wiggins, and thet
or virtuou, more than two teBms na she lives at 112 K street, Northwest,
the presidency. The anaaia Washington, D. C.
w.ich he hsa provoked are nmero -When pressed by Rev. Smith for
ad bitter Stll, his t g ai- her reasons for using an assume'.
ti s were ,o eA c t the dle- me. -Mrs. Smith. or Mrs. Dantes, re.
tes frotm the old- cty. of New Torkfused to give any, remarking that she
ur .is nomntion aA the" oly 9oe0 had personal reasons for not wanting
that ft--ira ~ed teslighttes hope ev to be known by her correct name.
of an exeitine contest. To bring -
t-. abotMand to leeare aa nnequiv-
Ss acko o wl t to se tlc ae_ mnq MYSTERY SHROUDS AFFAIR.
S tioan was settled were the two ob-
,ee to whicb the Tammbnt-Ieg. SBody of Mother and ChIld Found In
coned th eorts of its m-o Abandoned Well,
- per.Od quf sriy th-ai Greensboro, Ind., July 12.-Mrs. Wl-
Ssempls the e w effects of injuries -received at the
fIt it wa only nec.esary that the an ds i nnown persons who are
delegates from all the dbtfl st being tra-led by bloodhounds.
od demand it warmly as i She and her child. whose bodies.
absolutely necessary to success. At were fotmir at he bottom of an aban.
-the eett-g of the New York deneo done well on eighthof a mile from
SAon Tuesday m--ra.g her home. will be buried in the same
t tise efect offered by me was sup rave.
pr"e-ed by a parliamentary anuvr Mrs. Starbuck was delirious, and at
Ar It had en gree by thleadno time did she recover conscioe-m
ie to -elminat* al reference to tae ess sufficIently to give any informa-i
ter question. again moved tht tion as to the identity of her sssailant*
-.ew York delegation offer as an During her delirium she was contiln-
:p-ia-e-t in the co-ventin the ally crying out: "What are you do
ilank submitter oy Senatr ing here" and "what are you going
to the committee on uel~autions to do.

a- O..oppxviti-l _oxHe. Teun.. Jaly 13.--ntrg ars
thesee araata thentere th police at Maryvlle,
-iudge Parker, who wa r here,. last night. Two bores were
-/ec-orle the ise l the safe and both were load-
tIJU to pre- ped-_ The .xplo es we. however.
e alt dighugw It to bieend the
^^^^^I^^^HxMK^IIftiL^s~f^-^i m^w -t~^^A a-. *An

ln- D)aoc~ats Vill Jow
Ogla Gua icoy

as AT pUfT- PONDEt

ags 'piiufs to Gowno
-ggagga u l -rey Chasged Mr.
-~m~ -pn~ Regfarding a te
msa of DMWoratie Sses..
NW Y~, uly *-~ e Associated
Ir today reed rbe folowlag
nnn Virkie Vochra,
i itb s July 10, saplaln.
lo iafiutsion to address the aa.
I Dmrc convetion at St.

Elp, uw Mis lie.:


Latter Resitled Offcers and Fatal
Firt Occuted.
Alibqmeruiv. N. M., July 12.-A.
posfe, headed by Under Sheriff M
K,-wcomer. has gone to Las Padilllas
1M miles south of here. where a moI
has three alleged cattle thieves sur
rounded in a house bet-t on lynching
them. The three men were recognized
by Deputy Constable Joseph Padella,
of las Padillas on the street in the
latter place and he proceeded to ar
rest .them.

A running fight in the street ensued
One of the alleged bandit :was womad-
ed an- T- :L- i was shot several time
Sari al:s' anutly killed The par
seed t: -n etered a .bouse, ra
-the own'--. ,- and barred the doors
A vn'-f -rai hMndred people
urroi.r'-.! *.- :;onse and when t-he
l-ts"- oge'- 2' came to Alb quetque
t noy .: f tfleers left the place
shots wTre being exchanged betweerc
the mob and- the prTscners.
." '- - - ~ - '- _
Fifth BIennial CoWnvtioWn.
Boston. July 1.--Abolt 140 delf
gates representing a membership ot
20 000, were present torday at the
opening of the fifth bleunial conven-.
tion of the Piano and Org : Workers'
Snternationaj UnoE. International
President Frank Helle. of Cteagi. ex-
pressed himself in,favor of the union
operating a pt~o and organ factory. -

SToma -Plant Hang _.
-Mobile, Aa., JWu-y I---Thonc?
Plat, a egro, was hanag t BHy
Zi nette. m IW a county, borthpB mu
[i allli2a# _is5^A


Heavy Fighting Repsort To l~ Oe.

Cbe Poo, July U..-4 p.-k.T
Port Arthur Novi Kral; of July 7, a
copy of which has Just reached
- contains an accounut of the -op.
rations around Port Arthur from July
to July. It says:
"emy fighting has occurred be-
tween the firt line of defense and
the Japanese The res ts are not
-.nouneed. Nevertheless, little at a
time, thth fats are becoming known.
Oar side sent scouts to certain the
portion and strength of the enemy
anmd whether they were protected by
trenches. It was impossible to fin--
out the exact strength of the Japanese
bat they do not. number less than 30,-
000 men. -T-e Chinese credit them



Priviledged Resolutlon le Read In the

Atlants, July :1-i-Whe the bhose
of representatives ed Saturday.
morningt he stthing dose wai tam
Introduction of a prvileged reaoltio
by Mr. Mailer. of Muscogee. and when
the resolution was rea4 tre *was
prolonged and loud cheering .
The resolution was cogratuatin
on the nomination of Aiton B. Parker.
for the presidency of the United -tates
by the Democratic actional conven-
tion. - -- -
The calling of the roll and the read-
ing of the journal were dispensed with]
and Mr. Miller arose to his feet and
"Mr. Speaker. I desire to have read
privileged resolution."
The resolution wuas sent to thel
clerk's desk and It was as follow:
'Resolved, That the- house of r- repe
sentatives of the Emnpire State of the
south congratulates, this, the greates i
country of the world. that the Demo]
cratic party of the nation haas nomaat.
ed that eminent statesman and Jurist--
Atton Brooks Parker. of the Empire
State of the North, for president of
the United States."
When Parker's name was mentioned
the members of the house immediate]
ly broke into loud cheering which did
not subsitde for several minutes. L
The resolution was tlen passed by1
a rising vote.
The special order of business of Sat.
urd4 morningg in the house was the
consideration of senate hills for the
first and second reading and the pass,
age of local house bbils, e
One of the most interesting bills in-
tr-due&d at thigh session of the gener.
al assembly Is that of Mr. Gross. of
Duffie. t-1 Incorporate an Interstatf
life insurance coinpan. As section
870 iof the constitution prohibits the
g n:'ral assembly trom granting char.
ter--. 4o life insurance companies. the
b'!l is in the nature of a general law;]
but all companies organized under the
pr'enat laws of this state and foreign
fcnnpaiies Loing buslnesM here are
spec ally exempt from tie operation of
this aw. -
Ev-' ry company ienerporated under
this w-.w muvIt have an origlna fully
paid ca-h capital of $1Oft.Ofi.- Ali
dTvidends on the evrlital stock- are de
ferred for ten years. It authorizee
an increase of the capital stock from
the accumulations of the striking fund
to $3.200.000. Provision is also made
for the retirement of the stock from'
the accumulations of the sinking fund
lint no -stock shall ever be retired
which w nid leave such fund less than


Kiing en or rpe jumpein t o aJ7_
well 35 feet deep. head Arst, at the lne beside t e tank, whe--thewq -
Palmer Brick company's yards Sun- ular train drew nert. .-
day and broke his neek. The flagm f the special d i
There were two witnesses who saw -t e tol a fo lath neiie"tg i-.
Morgan take the fatal leap. but were wbut owtag to a n uewa the -mm .-
too fir away to prevent the jump. Wa nOt see until Itwas te -t -
As soon as possible a man was low t t elaidl tht tha ed oe .
ered into the well, a rope placed egul Z trat in ad :-_Itl .e e
around Morgan's body and it was abou i e at le har heb reg
hauled to the surface. orheshrItoah the special, r is Ie -l"
After reaching the top- Mog toare tho thr
gasped once or twice and died. part o It ; a- _
.I ward eld of that ar eaub tbh-a k
FLOOD SITUATION. i these two ears.

tpr these twork er -tak t i -- -s
Kansas City, Kans., July 12.-The
flood water in the suburbs had pra- ."-
ticy disappeared today. It will "The .- asb s -om-e ua --
be some time. however, before some orchs ran he anjo-atenaW
of the streets in the lowest portiaol add t_ r m ftd .
are dry. ny of whm hO d h t-.
The west bottoms are entirely dry T-- 14 det h s. ".- --
-4 The 14 dead l-d od -..
and the stock yards began receiving t .,he track, and- ,tif-t -re- -
stock today. It will 9e several days -"ed to the nearby oss.
before some of the factories can re- -
same busina-es. war r-s f idame n.... ta ---
Many hundreds of persons -re at. a- d oten --es1 l -
led by the city, with the aid of f t d e a oh r- o i:
o e et rations seat from F -dtr f theIjwort* -
Leaenworth. Nw Ft" .il--yAtI-A

Skaly 1. J -ded his we a_4 0al g-
Famtly Wanted Senator to Remain O wtt eud sehide t aa d hebomo i
of Politics ;, l4 .-WThe e M-ltowa BBh
New YoYrk. July 12-John T.D D-
vij- bth onl- seo of Former Senator

Bear G. Davis. Democratic somi.n
n for the vice presidency i
ing in this ftty. Hu wathTe's nomi-
I ation at St. Louis came, he aid. a
a great survrise.
"At the same time I father repet it
personally." he added. "We thought
when we dismaded father from aee*pt-
Ing the nolnati-on for the wuers-

naitn oust opolte tlhathetr wo d
[i-T-"- 'W-- .Winldvsi-iBI^ .I^l- 'Wp^ ^^^il

ew. Yot. July ;L-Il ear it
viga threatened witt f i a*,*a
Of 7. teametusw ikNA Iew

ody I estiU. i bi mW
fhe-taeghetelh laB!ti S Ba
m MM 744ma a s|"
ft ManAS
no it _48,0 a--

with 40.0f0. Thirty thousand men aret
not sufficient for operations against.
a fortress like this unless they s-I-
poet assistance. After three days'
fighting the positions of the tio ar-
mies were as follows:
"On the left flank we retained the;
.position we originally occupied. The
forcing of our right-flank back prm
vioas to this was rectified an now
we have both Green and Semaphore
Hipa to our hands. In front of these
bills we were not opposed, but we are
being heavily shelled from both sides.
The etemy retired a considered dis-
tance. Of course, all this was not
without losses, some of which will
strike the hearts of our countrymen.
"We started to take the offensive
the night of July 1. when we began
a strong attack. Our soldiers, who
had been forced back at Kin Chow.
were waiting for an opportunity to1
get at the Japanese. The result was.
most satisfactory. The Infantry
marched mit as if engaged :n mane-.
vers. while the artillety. taktig up a-
posilti., opened a fierce fire witta
sbrapnel on the enemy's lnAC. resuI.-
lag in their retirment,"


Andy Morgan Jumps Head First lntc]
Deep Wel.
Atlanta. Jaly 12.--Rater than
spend years in the chaingang. havian
been t.ent up for life for mure-er. sick,
unable to work and tired of life, Andy
Morgan. a young white man. recently
convicted in the superior court for
Iklwo io Q St"Th dnT in# S1


. . ... _. _

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tr. oore. A: r. m or -

T-w Trains Hevi"y iM i --.

*Otheur I' / w
New York July .--.gga p
sons -were kHlled ad a -bot-a M
antured t- the rear e vol-ft e -
tween trains c. the G1i.. s.f
dmilon ORf the ia *t
vale, -.J.'.
The official list here aloa
that 14 adults ad children leat
their Ilves. Many t" e 4 btI sa ed-e
seriously nu red a oe at -
nay die. The Ust of dead is:
Berecker. Henry, Holbe. 2
Hodgeweddel, Wafte.c hild, c r
say City.
KaBser. Heary, New Torit
Kelly. it J., Jerey City.
Koch. Henry, Doboke.
Kane. Willan, Hobe .
LanKohl. Mrs Agnes, New Ye
M weroit Edwar-d, Rb---e.h .
Otterstedt. Hmy HBobok. ,
Rena. WUillian, New TOrt. -
RohTtifTing sTr. T ory, i orB
Scheer George. IHlobkem..
Weldmteyer. igB, r.'a.
Tindeknecht,. illia Hobo"&n.
Wistow. Mr.. ilim*, W t '-
The accident is believed to hase i
salted from a tower sa terar 1i
lowered his signua 1tW^im. #A
*was admitted by D. W. CLet,
pasenger agent of the i
Sho gave a statement, in uhik
"The operator In th towmw flte
to set the block signal aalh-t ftV
train following."
The train which was im latep was .
special carrying nuebers od t Ph ult

800 passengers. t coase ofI e1
amd twu eangimes. Tae 'ir -
ha taken water a thetmut' o
moved apand topped'wita the e

-Ni T- *
*HB.!;i Awsyll'*(Odw

i1m bus re itce tis Ity t-

Bif.iDlalte iatithenatMi

6s tIelS the ligts -ad retir

fameby a ol a l the roo_, t
brats ha-ing u iawd through aii

!bikpp, 3f tr. -. ia
gggM In defending herself-. 1

~smad If- he Is apprehendf

h- lashing itie I that netion.e
-I(Mrs. Mlean could "ot: reogi
the Simrte, olie the room was yei
dark. She isenment, hwev er,, th
was a negre, a she heard s I
A maits, as delareSO ia

Prlv H. Urinsoee aind Hiis Scholt
.Hnade i time i on aen fth
SJi7 .IiCeta^a o eoo

Pt-::r Brfi.oi, prineepaltof the
Orange Springs Normal school, spent
t-day with his (mily In this ity.
P ., Bri-son Is principal of the

|~lta biit dwng! the: vacation,
bee of a very ambitious disposition
Sasas 0 a summer training school at
t Springs, a favorite resor in
eounty, at whichh- has the
S^pliasure of entertataing and Instruct-
nlagtmta teachers in d-van4ed work.
af:- Brin states that hee is pros-
S-p::_i_- ~his undertaking, being now
i hit- fifth year. e ihas thirty-fi
Spilsi and the school doing nicely
Th_ e istmde nts only have the-advan
age of good training, but en1oy a
s summer's outing as well, sinee Orange
prigs s one of the most desirable re
sos in t eetion-of the State.
S "We people do not go to Orang
8 prig particularly so study" re
- J e ..-- dProf. Brinmon. "t is true cw
do of s t udyimgq, and I believe
Sebeneted-but we do a lo
: of ffIlic-kig as well. There is no mor
desirable resort n the South than- Or
s e: e Spruing, ad m y pupils and my
Ssefdo ot hesitate to take advantag
of the opportunity of a school tern
and an outig at the same ti e. W
avr- e the bestrowd of people in th
;- S uthwith us, and never fail to enjo
the springs ad surroundings."
SOn te Foeurth of July Profesw
SBrsaon anda his students celebrate
SGlo rious Fourth in a bjefttln
m snwer. Durinagthe day the Professc
and others addressed the people, an
-- at sight there was a grand display c
. fireworks, the people of Orans
Springs sed the pepii desirin g
Ibow their patriotism an appreciate
of- thedayy.
SWorking Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest litt
S thing whatever wasrmade is Dr. King
New Life Pills. These pills ebaui

S Power. Tey're wonderful in boil
Sfo health. Only oc per bo


Pitcher at Point of Death Watched I
-His AM 4t
Phladeiphia, July 1 .-Uaconsclo
as a result of having bee struck
S the head by a baseball on Saturdm
S -Wframa WIllamson., 2 years old.
Providence. Md., lies at the point
death in the university hopttal. wh
his bride of two weeks waits to

Itislintimedsmdde&h mishap.
* aeeident or sickne that Hiam-
B ia Wiard Oil an be relied
u: ppoa totakestiple ofdtbhe-:
o family doctor who cannot al-
* way- be found upon the mo-
S meatb Then it is that Wisr4.

"_ nefler Founsd
. J

In casesof sprainsa, cts,
W womdns, burns and acalds Viz-
S ad Oil takes out the Ioreness.
S drive away the pain at Once.
application csuse$ avwound
D& t. oel without dangerof blood
I poisomin or other complicea-
S tion. Po cannot exist where
S Wizar Oi is applied,
We Only O ry 0. *eatml
S bs tlown i Boftte Price "c.
S HIlrmfnis Cough Balsam quick-
lyrelieves stubborn colds. It
S cotains nothing injumriou.
r stest good *td Children like
it. -Price 25c.
t I amuiins Blood and Liver Pills
cure conastipaion. They are-
he pleasiftto take: mad do not
- Price . I

it iso Aa pe As b nWIca I
p" Fer Its Gum.
Few know that manna is a species
of -Imna which exudes from the ash.
The true mranna ash is the Frrxinnu
ornii it I a. beatmful tree and has
much iandsom.r flowers than any oth-
er ash. -In some parts of Sicily trees
are planted especially for these sub-
stances which they yield. just as in
some parts of our country the sugar
maple is p'imnted for its sugar. The
ash trees are tapped when about tea
years old. A tnrasverse cut is made
at-out aw-third ofi the etrcimference of
h- -te tn(e, a number otr these.transverse
cuts being made oe above the other.
As minany .as forty-five cuts are fre-
quentty made in one large trank.
In.sonme c-untries where manna Is
collected It is done by inserting tubes
just as is the case of collecting the
maple sugar, but where these cuts are
u-made the gum runs down the trunk
and hardens. The following season
cuts are made just above those of the
previous year. After this has been
three years in progress the stems are
cut down and the new crop of shootI
left to get matured. Sometimes, how
ever, the stems are left standing tom
Year beforebeing finally cut away.

S Basball Players and Foot Racerst
Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion loni
Distance foot racer of Germany an
. Holland, writes. October 27th. 1901
e "During my training of eight weeks
t foot races at Salt Lake City, in Apri
Slast, I used Ballard's Snow Linimen
to my greatest satifaetion. There
- fore, I highly recommend Snow Lini
Sent to all who are troubled wit
Sprains, bruie or rheumatism." 25i
e W0, $ bottle. Sold by W. M. John


VO Way Carienter Does M Tft4r
Nests-Iwood.4 "
Mr. Reinle in his "Insect Archltee-
tmre" describes the work of a carpen-
ter bee. First she chiseled a channel
in a piece of wood with her powerful
jaws and deposited each morsel at a-
distanme. Then she made repeated
journeys to brinn in pollen and clay
ut.til shi had c.,ac-ted enough to serve
as food for the future grubs and to
bar the entratwe.
Cutting p#ci the post, he found a
nest of sisx res separated by parti-
ti*:is of cliy as thin as cardboard and
with si~ds s smiuthu as any Joiner
cu-ald have coutrived.
.Reaumur tiels u.s ow the violet car-
peater bee bores into wood obliquely
for an Inch and then perpendledlarly
for a foot, scooping-out three or four
such passes. At the bottom she lays
an egg. covers It with a paste of pole
and honey and a protection f gna-
.lap from the wood. Thlas Is repeated
until the nest is flUed and a saM door
at the bottom enables the yoman bees
tW come oat In due ttMe.-Pa iW's
Weekly._ __


T hroat Rest
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a Ca riag

be A iway Sort Frm Last Va'. M W
S..P mo.enn9e'.t of top f m
the Gaiesville district for the -teason 0
just lsingrs- is theen Fre Sale byor j i anoi s be&
profitable than for many Yeares, i the s i
word o the rerigertor ar people i et. .o. : -.. -- i
%- be as authorityand they areusual-
ly corn et
J "P. Keanedy. the -eer agitof Wr wi E lLt Gd t A"S
the Armour Car Limne, wlhalo mUade rorki deea d
hir headquarters in W a lile tir pi ntrWo : :It -e
eason and looked after the ai- nes ti..
vile business, tate that tha e yierid t Ii l!Ctl, arng.
this sason has been larger than: for
many Year.. hie mt athat the ship- or i dvie

od. litiorteosuppwtbem allat i
have ben large ande returnem ne
There hasbeen Shipped tif s eamon -m
of eantaloeped-d oe huned d aL -A I
elren eatr, seventy-six of which were IAE shlE
"iM byeGlboard irLi, while thir- C ,LG -.Tl'
ty-fIe Itwet by Atl nti Coast Line.
All shipments vta the Mr Car O -i
ine, were eoSiOil-to Eastern mar- : .- -A'

the ieshille district will be finish ed
b ith end o le, the d weekk" remarked
-Mr. Kennedy. "The movement from
this section is really over now, but we
Will probably get fifteen carloads be-
fore the week is out, ewhe the sheip
ping will be awolutelyekiw el d
"TheohipmenI from play ha In Geor-
ith and Nortih d S Carolina r. P DC

era, with the reve been atmoving t he ast oa .
dlys," continued Mr. Kennedl, b uW'but II~i BAe
Ake weather code itios paper who are
against these people, ndi he a oro d il ackyonvpeple 14
not be prolific.. The5acreage -it sle atsC0LE _
than last year, and I feel sure that the oT fPhi 3B in sI'--WYiI-
yieo ll Unon them aonce and get aboteewEngand and .8uth
a crop. The d uth has played ha1voc asPydeNew Jaa
nwit the eorgi nod Carolina grow- Direct Service Between JACKSONVVTa
with the teorgi reedy- sod SproliggROrEoi d- AU- AU oIsts,-
er, with the reult that thex.s-my Ci atSCHxrEDULEs -wa :
eoe"P out l0se Z." X& 8A .ILI3:TG
r cored of indige.tiont.depa palp8 .. ......K le. --...
dob workers eou 10:00 am.............. .- m Etpre-... ... ..
Ask the reader of this paper who are O -i ____ C.P
su. oerini indoigestion or d tnsiaO. G. EER, W .
to call on them at once and get a bot-
tle of Kodol Dyspepsi Cure. If you Botween JACCO OVLLm end SxiFW.D
knew the value of this remedy as ae Stopping at PaIltka, Astr, ft- i, aciBe sford (b eland)r.i .
know it,you eawould not oufr another di al MSner. Gee s A ri
dday. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor- Ssiflbt CITY OF. TJCKrB OVILr -
ough digesabnt aml tie-buiding L~e Jsn 8n dp. meu andars -uesdays a Thdaeye W.e
Rtonic Ifell itis endorsed personal ee ford 9:a. m. nda fnesdays and Fri _-:y
by hundreds of people whom it-~e h as-
r cured of indigestion,-dyspepsia, palpi- aad. "CHEDULE 5
istion of the heart and stomch troub- Leve 8:80 pm.............. Jacknoi......... i-l ...AzIiys-
iea generally. Kodol 1sDypep.ia Cure 8:4 pm ............... ..i..Piltka......... .....L: ey
diests what- you eat. t is pleauant, I:00 ~II..............~...........: Id
palatable and strengthening. Be I (.de ad)...... ... .....
g-~ &rrive am........:.. .. -..E.eSanfeo... )........ ".......
d.f ~ workers Is lshtem 5t 10.:00- a ................e.. .-. .-.. ..11 .......; .. ... : -
: In l~,'nt every wer, w~ew otrkr 0 GEEiRAL PA88. AYD TICKET OFFICEJ, 2tW. ]AY ff?.JACKSMYI
"' whattever sex or age, must haee a
i work 1book. which contains his person- a, F. KOOPL KRJr, Or R..oAm.G o.iim. Aci..P, a m
st al description anl bihtOry and -his e ----
- travel In seareb of work mt be -. neral Maaer. Giral A1
b dorsed by tie local authoritieS In Cbeambrougm0hItalM II.I.u I r, ..
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original place of residence must: bee- O
cured and filed at the new location.
- Why he CaaEr- Wes*ms.
"Here you Is in trouble ag'in." said
the colored deacon. "Didn't I tell you
ter fight yo' way only wid de sword er
e SperritT LO
"Yes. sub." replied the penitent. "but (
de-razor wu so bandy."-AtlUta Con- '

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R A
Watts of Salem, M., i4 instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidneydis-
ease tor the last five years. I lost T At a
finh and never felt welL Doctored *ntioIr-Ad L
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi- Atlant
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure iand
less than two bottles completely cured
me and I am now sound and well." ROUIndTrip t
Sold by J. W. MCollum & Co.

Yo clean secure a copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled,"What to Good tillee. 25.
Say in Spanish and How to SEy It."
sending twoeents in postage toW.
ls te Line. railroad, Aavana

'i On sale daily. Good fte. da .

ltm.UPIsie to: . . .. ---.-.

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AI wi Dxe Flyer Tfiweeg
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Lates FromisimeyIlle

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and ~ese orml3
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Amomw .H^ W^^ Mt 04q- --^ *.B-:^ ^

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kIeeaisagraamdetGof held an Ia-
uinulwgatthe 41ea00 sr ask
y -g aftemrsn, when ite
V. frt e _iag k y W ..

:.x.LLn ., presodmet; J. J.Barr,
wig..qeigieu W. W~ Emp e., ,e.

^g,:woii'lliii -o
1 ..aoi.Mo-- n, a., -. .
aad W. W. Hm ptoa of
bail ..eJ. J. Barr and .. Wat-
geofiX hmanwpy, sad Lee Uraham of

ea--pa-i sd i the meeting, ad th

tagewlE beaohangesin the man-
S(aphp L. -. Barker iontina

a.n-ena- isaperi" tetideta-d W.,
i~tIo~af the dire ors showed.
goL -Oi.itim. Snaeulay
igamIpeantag oa .lid financial b-
d.-7g Aunkesals_ the i-debtedtaesm
S t-_- sMd hs bee reeved, &ad the
dsen e lise thalin another year
ops er*-*wil be paying .a hand-

A-g nsaement Wi be Made to Adver-
-- a _i. Vfm inter i
s lo "eestingj meeting of theo
o go#norif thi Gft eill Board
of Trade was held at the council cham*
her nday afternoon.*
There was a fll boasd, present, and

ed ath vrio bsies* propositions
ich were brought before the board.
The principal proposition was the mat-
ter of advertising Gainesville before
the werd as the primeipal interior city
of Florida, with the result that a con-
trae was made wish Charles Davies of
theJaesessTille Breo a of Inforpa-j
tiron. This bureau agrees to keep

devote a pge ia "Traler's Manual
of l-|o"RSIdar the .;'
Li-eatnueot great interest in behalf
s-f his section will be dIstributed reg-
S alarfly through the bureau of inforsae.
tio,and will no donubt be the means
f oeuarusiderabke immigWration

o ainds in the IUnited States are
more fertile or meereadapted to farm*
inagand treuking tba the deli ham-

nr the world discovers this the
bosettrlt wil be for all concerned. If
thoee looking for farming lands ma
Mloridado notbeeomne posted It will
nsurelyot be the fault of the Gaines-

Should be Given by AU Stores.
The example set by Mrs. R. Wson

afternoon should meet with the an-

promva of other merchants, as the
clerks, who Ire lpttingin fron twelve
to fteen hou a day, shoulder given
a- least one half-day holiday during
the week asa token of appreeiation for
their faithful service.
There is 00no more faithful employe in
the world a alerk in y kind -of a
torie. He comes on duty at an early
Sour, does not leae until late, and is
esntinually working in the interest of
xib employes. He is deserving of a
half-heliday during theee sweltering
da sad should have it without the

* Mr. Hydeanbd Mrs. Wison, with a.
desfee of humanlty and generosity
-whieh should be commiended, hare
tarted the lit, ad itis to be hoped
t .others will follow. These stores
wilt close for the first time_ next
ai 'elock,- -and -will con-
thpratce until the first of Oe.
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a Adle bsan dtoGthrkey.ashine
sm i-t- -te I *on aoe the-irbo-e

asaeai the emprei-s tupon hemAl

sdSal r sro theirspesan
*]l^- ^ _,.'. : ,,!k,, t;, m/;

adi the emperors thue: .
rsi.ttlg hesr: We _a happy to
se4 tho takrte a
nthesoain thers and we wo luthem.
cre wor eadthouentrthe asar folnshew-
oe The b aod eror w emperor noted

fathlerand. : WG4rouy accept bread
Ie ts l a no ntion.icers
amd mea stno to their knee sawhse
ous bUdeot h made te sie oan the

fater and.- conferreus a leync t o
nadr sated obe emperor loyal
-uj e ttsr: We are happy to

WUh its companions, heartburn,
flte yuese, torp t a of the liver, con-
sarepiion, palpittlo of the ad heart
oor blood, headr he and other nde-
vosfathr lan. Gracio skin, fouled e
oad lt oenive ehalth of yr legion
of other ailmes is a one the o
wklespmd. liand -destructiveo malady
siaogthe. Ametorpidity of thle .l ne
orwin treatment wilol cre all-these
Toeu symptoms, sallow skin, foul

among tae Ae.
troubles. ie bottle. Sold by W. M.
/Why t.giihma Like ?*.,
Mr. ydney Brooks, writing n Har-
peirs Weekly, gives ,ome o the -im-
sons, why Punch has eo strong a h-ol
on the affections of the British pubic
and why It falls to appeal to Amed-
cans. The great virtue of Pune,. he
saysa, is ts seriousness, In which opin-
ion there will be many on this side
of the water to agree with him. The
great fault of the American come
papers, it appears, Is that they are not
serious enough. They are always mak-
ing joks. Punch, on the other hand,
evades- these mistakes, "because it is
really not a humorous. but a crl tIl
journal. The American comic papI i
like the professional funny man at a
party. You listen and laugh for a
Vblhle and then you want to murder
kim." _
A Stanler Story.
Stanley used to relate the following
funny story: One day while lhe was
conversing with a friendly tribe during
his travels oneaof the chiefs present
Inquired bow many wives he pos-
sessed. Upon Stanley replying that he.
lid none, all those present stood up
like one man and unanlmously ex-
claimed, "What a qslendid lar!" They
Intensely admired the apparent calm-
ness with which he had, as they
thought, tried to pass off on them a
wondrous traveler's tale.

Consvmptives Need Not Despair
As many cases pronounced hopeless
by phy icians have been cured by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of
Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "Thedoctors
aid I had consumption aud I got no
better until I used Foley's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start
iad stopped the spitting of blood and
pain hi my lungs and todaylI am sound
and well." Sold by J1. W; McCollm
& Co.

A Grew.onue Kailr Custem.
A writer on the Kafilrs of South Af-
rlca-Aays: "A l'ondo chief in very old-
en Days on ac-cwsion_,to the throne
would kill one of his brothers and
wash in his blood to strengthen him-
self and then would keep his medicines
In the skull of the dead brother, a
practice which raised the power of the
medicine to the unth,' as mathemati-
cians wontl .ay. If a warrior of eon-
spicuons lrt;tviry if killed in war his
lKody-sladi luito medicine and -adm;in-
-lwrerei to theuitiyg. men to make them
brave. a- prctie-v, which may well have
beei the bains 4f cannibalism"

SA Shady Teft.,
Patlence-lIoes she ever speaktof hell
family tree? Patrice-No: I think It
was one of the !shady sort of trees.-
Yonkers Statesman.
To please. one must make? up his
mnd t to taught manAy things which
he already- knows, by people wlo do
not know them -Chanfortm
The pill thtwill, will fill the bill,
Without a gripe.
To cleanse the liver, without a quiver,
.-Take one at night.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are small,
easy to take. easy and gentJein effect,
yet they are so certain tn result, that
no oneam who uses them is disappointed.
For quiek relief from biliousness, sick
hesdu-he, torpid liver, jaundice,. diz-
ziness, and all troublesariiAng from an
inactive, s ulAish -liver. Early Risr-
am unequalled. -lid by all druggists.

h er aee tweo tnitdu, e as to is

e- Walih omed etoek i for wieb ol
ha cai ..d 4 la beburnedi mai ve.
When bright to te stke tale tsaaes
M t.e as tt Tbere she toesd
lu g arden of .0ts. for the bratAs
wid.h had been kidded became red
ros~S ad thime which ad at caiuat
fie wihtetne These, accorein Ito
-the tradton, re th e i O t r t h umat
bloomfied on earth ain* the tI.. h
Thbes, according to a rMuaslmaa tra-
d~ei" the raw -s tus accounted tor:
When Mohammed took hbis -ourWI to
heaven te sweat which tell otMe e
earth from the prophets tfolebd
produced white row, and that whinc
fell from the animal he rode pon,
naed Al Borak, produced yellow
ones. At the p 4Weat d eay the elers
of roes In eastern taw=a ary aloud
In the streets, "The osee waa therm,
and the sweat of the prophet M0-- d
med dropping upo it forced it Iao a

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and tse that old and wel-
tried remedy. Mrs Winstow's Sooth-
Ing y rup, for children -teething. Is
soothes the child, softens the gomas
allays all pain, cures wind eolie and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twea.
tydfve cents a bottle.

Dirnt Wasr AU Ikt.
Customer --Are my clothes reads
Taloer-Not yet sir. Customer-But
yone stid youth would have them done I
.yo worked all night. Tallor-But I
didn't work al night.
Am 1-traattou.
Mia s Trill- I love to hear the biha
stag. Jack Dowmnright (warmly-8 do
1. They never attempt a piece beyomd
their ablltty
Is a violent inflammation of the mu-
cous membran# of the wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to the lar
ysx and bronchial tubes, and is one of
the most dangerous diseases of chil-
dren. It almost awayl coem olA min
the night. Give frequent stall doses
of Baltard'f loreh-o d Syrup and ap-
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment external-
lyT the throat. 2c, SOeL $1 d by
W.- Johnson.

Harness and

In Connection with Stables.

All work d pne ratmy ant guaram-

R. T. %CIiAFEU, frep.
Corner ,ue and 9 C Wms asreets.

IPone 1 6

P. O. Boxs

?rssB Every DY.
Delivered so All Pans of C.y.
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Abamse Ti. and -a- Nomva latMind wil l j

esetia aUmber ipIt &ris lm .m X. w,


Our business is strictly conftued to the aumsus detaitM ianma tI A o
ership of land, mand we have no prvateore pr al axe b ed'bi
with that U iiness. We make speellty of the p r0ag t f
make exhaustive investigation of titles We rep eat
all matera pertainimg to the 1emment an eat fa
demptiom of outstandiIng tax sales. When yeow joapm as aid OW
vise in our Hiae call on or write a. Notary public i amee.
L R. W 0 l

IJA. M.X GmAW, President


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Capita .... .....,00 .w oo
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 5,000 00 .ively s oaar bmtes.wth f-teas easi as hb sfe. _at en m ik
ao soo atMPusrame& Aa adlems man s
towe" I&MCEWeoi.AU. TATIdl



R tes 2.50 per day and up. Rooms witl
private bath from May 1st to Io-A-

vember 1st $3 per day.


The Montezuma Hote

On the A C. L and S. A. L Rj. VJ. S. UPAPrriw,-

None Better mtheStateat $2 aDay. Port




235 W. Bay St.,JACKONVILL,

Centrally leraeMd, tteghly repaired andti n.w e ewly mleL
8. E* P A M .

Retailers and Johbem n

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Highest market price paid for Chickens. E and other Pa-a"e

A Complete stok of Hay, Corn, Oats. Floor, Meal, t
and Re We handle only the VERY Bs M M LOWM
PRICES. and guarwates ss-tl w .s.

Zisatiab3ol> 18o78

Best on the Market. IH F.DTJTITO &CX)

Gives Energy, Muscles and
Blood, and is- Free
From Dust.

For Sale by A WhelesaN Greeris of
Jacknvlle, Fle~ie.

s You r Dealer for

B~ A -KWFKnnTh-

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Mt.ft.-eUt:ig Malp-of latrooal e gapla -t--if T: .. .... -i D i

MUMas!01 .:- :-i l. I&
p..aI.pri the north lpse of the gh Mawieft ad~Nae- _.e_ -.
O Ot. ll..a ivid.. The ebaracter ma ........a --a ii il Dee. I
ioftdi id-eun 1a aU&s ik Meo., mAinu e it ot- a ;.
itea f M oetheafacig aesear yp T to gps oat the difr ^* ** Ro*d ,p
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-dumi ;a-e. f- e "<. tohe ee
eass ve t amest colorado plateau. dmes.'t ae "sanysh tlamy ag ll" taW'
ThI Kaggapihy of the reserve is in th v oluiaoii eQeatiuuB whicb
..Ak ad briAinf though t0e Speiker (onse pored frt WORLDS FA
ieeite-eser prtioa is more rolling, dip.ragemes. of the oep
| tBi h o ea.. . -__ ,_-
iIt r 9ev. sn aee. Eght yr ~ W tst. Eber troub AemO atand aC
-a. tot reere was eomp tiy Ne lonyl aley tsal to -e sar wee.
Wll Watered but 6eeSgi MISei about the depth of his love. Befle-Te r e froam Nrds wistht
t droeath ha resadted i xeted- depth wouldn't Interest me soen ah Jaeame eNga fr

.soewo acfaI_ ameida-
&beter eoeau esUlemen sod sbeep. f W5S od ine ASavas mS i
man will desert the ontry. Namer. Dost thou love life? Then do naot iio re )m.r.n1
tou s -al areas were oN*e protay squander time. for tat s he tu 1 aMgvabsb.elaboom
farmed, bat inreen years the Iek i~~ek made of.-BealnM Franki a. e...a.
of il-blati ha eaied a marked .

*BA No Appetitet
gio, ha lo offered from on- -n I- . 2
tiane droaths. The only remaining c
ares whik are s si oeiy for ale or t e, and I t a
raic. on Blue anI d Salt iv er and D- Uf I -ll
wild forage gra-e are nearly always- S
St edtaie -fromn water -Tw.ol e
ad are o -qently n=9ot available' for 0 B tO t -
tok which ae nable to make the t av
trip from water atOreo. IL Sea JIad Cotton Seed
Tbq Verde lope, Jn the Beaver Creek SULether
wateshed, is an example of repeat ed H h c
oers toking.- This district waIS -_for_ __a of the
mjny a ;ome, of gtr wealth' to *
settlers in that vicinity but the ex- Oft bbi 0.lLOft
eeasive umber of cattle and horses
grazed in it hasafiialy resulted in the
eomplet. anihilation of the pasture.
.U stringent -rles are adopted to. : -r^ B
regulate the number of stock and the ji.y, ,. wa ra-
area on which they hall be grazed o *ftowine
each permit, thi c ton will- sooner TS. ur no
or later prevail throughout the reserve. i
Yellow pine is the principal timber
tree of the reserve and the only lam.
ber at present ned for manufacturing O .
purposes. The drooth of tbe last&
eght yars has affected even trees like
the yellow pine, alligator, jniper, and ear nu '
ArioaypreMs, whieb. as a rule, stand
dry weather very well. Hundreds of 0
thooands of feet of lumber will be Neat ly,
lost unlessimmediately logged. S Tb. _________
-I Serewtary Root an ingrate? o
When he left the War Departmentt the USLIM .Etl a ^llE
president ferently embraced him, hor-
raed for him. andsent a squadron of
Manalry toeseort him to thedepot Air L..
Bt e aillustrious mnan west right of
and made a speech to Yale warning i h eal vau g .w
te stdnsto against the usrpation o ^ w It C s seW, C
pab oeuial rs sy ng*. *The more a u s I e. Savannah, COeur
frequently men who old great power
ioffleearepemn tt to e ie PineSo Raleei
limitations impoued y law upon their g Pines, na'
to quetion anything they do; and the K st 01 M.
people, each one weak in himself, sad mCic i t: wI: as. delgph
Ouable to eopg with powerful offers, pp s nyea BAmN SALMS d
who regard any qoesetioang of their d *--
aces as an safnt, gradually lose the

reuer the right to hold them aesont- gMP MethIa &CT*
able." It is understood that the prem. Seaboa
Ment immediately sent Cortelyoe to S MIS AB UWOMEE.

Root so ask him if he said it. on 0 oas z e ar -
The president has bad t so erooly Seab
reprimand his Seeetry of the Inter. sa. p
lorabout theFlatbead agecy and oth. 5 r 1t*neiw
er irregularitys. and itt again rm. 'co^bBf ivT-.1g.? I E
___________ I.E -1 21
more that Mr. Hitwheock will resig. SS *
Senators Hale, Hoar. Teller and Plait. ___________________-
who so rendyeodeamned mthe seer.-
tary last wintlaer on the, floor of the| *A
Ste, are spesfor the ao. Dal Thrg PIm. s
"mp-tS change. all


The ilipnMN now touring the coun-
try demandd at evey opportunity
*either independence or Statehood."
Witla id. vyi

The Chicago platform evidently
ease out of ould rage. lThe oeaty
1i^ woo^~!t~tM

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tlo'jlcc iaiaafe wleKlp(WhbIsrey ot those devoted lo the labea jR-TI Bo

b aCpthove 1d6re& t

_..* 41&. loi oeot ear_--_e t. lamp s FP ALL .AK LT P-1_ -- ,-
p i .ntap --- ...July it.--.The- attempt o are s-peideds for the pose of -
MAIe- t dsiM- the logey of E possible Ronel an hnte bltnder these four footed thieves the
-ma--e- headm. ft Age alleged secret plan of campaign pro the s-htiel ofM an Itul e i, Le --i--.^-
eee ipe o mbled to the mmoclt*od Preos early this r e the lamp. e m_- -
pe morung.has not m reatel a ripple of paliiede barraer of thme winbll oled ad
SAW W. t ed e t barrie .
... .e.turous rodents, so that they I- -a e _--
-or~m~e S- th ve th itgs e ec aou -t -w a a rm a .y slide o sad tumble to the .. .-.-:
o term d it tey attempt a pasage. Depart e GAINEBVILT Assie age
i-t -n ItjI IpolntedO out that the whol ..
I# character that there is nothing BUt-I have na doubt you are sory Daily 1 ediate{Pol
S in. Probab- the pigeon holes of all it bht you a lot of ney. 12' i ea, Leesb .m a Tampa" and p
senss, ealer cndion the war offices io Europe rt"lled West-Yes; lfe was deing a good bau- D Intmedlate Pelast ; -p aug .
he^in64.UI S't? -* with ueluafar plans providing for the naes, you know, and if he had lived a 2:10pm Pelaska, ytama, Jgeekumillej lpm f

. neighbor's territory. e* am good deal orMe.-Boston T ran- 15 i s_, W5 .m +-
weei i SwSe fsI--1 w _t our na. Tenion. laby a Ay. Atlaia. al Point.sorth ae Wm:'' mi1
Sdut.ury wdwy, me yo want todarry t ha a pm beheleled M ad 9
b wil et $b plaste-, -ine timesotof ten doe to poor ladoll Proftessor Wisemanr ." -: I .t. I. .o .t1 .. -' _:-.
-. t wt sslosa tIhd stomach. a torpid liver "*It is true he i aM," aid- Ethel ----- --o-------.-- --.-- :--...-_--_'-[_
ing ol or constipation. Tuese condition all "but think boA any young men of Co am -
e this year, and # are reaet op the mind and wil keep jour t b on the ie of thy TpIIMj S
--**-f I ". nerve ion edge If you- do not remove blenads." e- .Mmua 4 -- "S --
Sthathe otem by using Gree's August Flowera t MiegT.._.goodoer m aa oi
^^^ w^^.i w ^lh feare willd ID ~ ~ ~ ~ trn Ms. Newlytessed-Bot you certat- eipal railwayim the Bouthora States, areoe olaaythe 1gi s.
le asH a lest -sea- and tw seer ere for indigestion ordypepsia. a tat Jan.tor-O., It al't the size Lane; als vi a t e d isethea ailway.-
4Mwil ean for ma, a botte,2. Big bottle, 785. at as con. n -W t' the priaclple or l aii, ol eA

a. s :..A -W- _--TRUEBLUE. Cur ed oitchi ePi-es.0 YOo.A X w. -. A
_--__a- ** ut.. tAst l a-,e.or Ba ,, T.w. -,,. -,Ji GO .- -.M
00-. b e of.. . -- write: "t l ed -r gr -et -w mu i ,-. te.-
l-ke V_-iei 12.-We are having Blue is an embleb of idelity, and bled h ithiaplo several i n-:
a dry we--ther now. Crops are Britain for several centuries it has y and Mtried many so-.ealled .. _r. --_pile_
bely in seedt rals been so esteemed. Covetry was eore witbolhat relief, but waseoa plete- .... .- .... ---
out- AtL_0-i-s-vill. -All r.p a woul d-.te_ -e its -olor nor best pile cre Sod by W eCol. 5 ...-
--s e l -- t a -an outB and then. the e thet le & O 0 o EO LY WRITTEN OIi a :I
? 2 --- .co Wtry Nee" and to .. "true blue" wero LIBATYo POO Y CO B
v.i 1- P. i gwe ha beeBo a agour a xely ad sgni bfy per.- *-- P f---. w

restored oTae4y, bringing with hm or prlncles on any consideration. f We cover these important points and respectiully
his graaddauguter, little Miss uita "True blue" is said to hare been Ml solicit a arae of your bmainaes.
Penleton. rst used a a political term by the
S. T r Rpent -Friday ad orstand-agait the s i tA JII Lm
So ... For he was of that stubborn crew, -
Be tral o or people took in the (st Prrtra blue. I
artygiven Mr. and rs. S. LFo. we are told. wore in the ouse Ag -en for the--- "
Trner in of their daughter of commons a blue o J oe Floyida a fo Ms in e- I-
Leola's eet birday. xpreiton "a true blue W" was in o and
cun Gy eonD- oteoynrd H. common use In his time. though, as .- W
biiby of Bedik were inor eigh one writer puts it, "blue must not be -n-c r--ili at, Ob(13.: '-.-
..r.o.d Wednsday renewing ld set down ai emblematic of fldeUty be1T-e "Victor" is the bes safe and
-u-- Ann! s erofeiv d frienydso g Whig a.."-London Teleraph. from a box to a bak vaiwll nwe am-y
Anie T .e.r were i mvited .to a -5ar. Ju. Everard'. Canada alt Miy consltin us. a In r nddrm.
ple Alela a paeanA asset, cheapest and best remedy ___ HSTAR.
Is- Wis T-r Uer many happy retuns. foratarold asthm ad all d- As good as any and better than mosa ef
WM- -i-t- t hi- er a a tw es of te troat, hest lngs is Beer Sad e o H op an. .- :: .a-d.

Pr l .tnoflem oweea Quakor Oil, the new discovery It is l O 1.
wt et idst pordouple of dar last perfectly -harmless evenly to, children. .had" O a .-
Mobr :ids for a toople o I at lefI-It...

A m .-and is guaranteed to give perfect s t.
oe -piply returned. It rede Per Dozen...... 1 25 m
- to-re l-"tl ,u -muLnOeiblre. .niki dest-"n I o

i. -As. J. .Pe.-dleton of High Springs disease germs, and insures fall, per- -
Va vis. tobher mother, M P. fe a natural brathin routhe THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
at th et d. OF FLORIDA. beuiu
< The pinie- given e tU -I ," __-_-____eui
ig'plaeof.W._, -GLthery on the fifth A_ s iI. GE ERAL MILL A Time Tble la eMeYt JIS -. U.
was quite a meess. There were a Watte-Tebson must be awfutny MABINRY REPAIRS. :''1'*' ;' -
a peple there. The dinner afraid of his wife. He always tell-
Sas.pread on the ground, the table lg us how she wlgive him lts if be -.t. " I. L .s.
I^ IW0^rl^-&PxiH Iar t burry home. Pott--Thaur the tam sm So. 4.t l 'I Alom ^-. I2,
fo aa l of- best sign in thet Dworld tat he is not ofanyTAT Daiy. ,.
-f raid of-her at all. The man who Is
la-. In hs- afternoon the yoUng ~osd by bhis wife never says a word
people ladploadl in danelug. about it. PM P-rP r A
Trner who baen visitag -- V .. .....A ........... -.. .,
parent, has returned to work se COTN IN PAIRI ...........:. ..... ....... ---.......... ...... 5. -"
--rv -e... "- Toner Sit (peeping through key-. 8 a. ... ................ .... ... --- ---- .. .. **-"*-* -

as' do you know? Younger SIster-I can ...........-......... -
0. Hsbee--D.ille, I., writes, t.e. by the ieluermied look 1t ... m. . . ........ ..... U. 1X... ... s
--l--.-l : "Abou "tw I s.-_ .....84 ......... ..... wod.......... j .... ... -
.ai-2u .- ~ : i-w he r kne. .. .. .. ......-- *, ,.......--... .- . ... i
_AN, .......o...........Clyt.. ... .
Storied Ba-lard- S.oo.~w In te.ited St.tes t p85 ..... ---- *. .---.
t; W.boe ttle ured me. I ix brods a year: In Britain erdom . 1. -- P i-.... ... .
feW.M.J.oh of. Webakoert.... .... ....8
S-m-- -- aused by ldigestion. If you eat W I ,-.M . ...... ...... 2 ] -
Mobile'* Myoi. Dead. lltleto or if you are subject 2 is_. -r
Mo a ,,- o. heart a et ear n.. . s --g -- .
.life. e s s.rv e b. is.- .'- ... -36" --- Be-,a.m"..i --pll-. -.. -.
...s "d d W "--; ;+_ .a.. "oo ... g-:: -- i, y., A --It Y." eat._ -. .. T .
Mob! 110)*-;:' : :. to .;. Dead. er i0i0o^y^rt.Ra^&5L^Mrft y^^l-^ ^ :-W*-O *^^".-^


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Im.. . 2.-ThereI sme scre--
o W i e e 4pd: o t1e oast-:
es; ,. at 'ew n .e eaters iato a

S tis-mh eeMAe absorbing
pe sbt s~.- e the primary faie wasm
|1 >:pi- thehh behold, the hang-e!
|Ih W. *a e~ sim that -be be tratehed
o-- -iimprovement on the
Iait conesi snf enaataon., if
-lIato Me perpon alnd distlrbs. onl
t p-Mn. who iwso luck y as not to
|:-: tert plce!fer their habitation.-
Th-~~e a Fe Sunday school s pro-
gt -g:iB n ely under its able corps of
?^ (B.L..Che Ourbh well, who -eon-
idi-esd one of the beit teachersof vo-
m:l I-.---a this section, hai orgian-
h md everal large classes in this eoun-
S -ty, also i Bradford county. He or-
| d- dl damelam of thirty at Santa e
S8u-- oay, to begia on the third
M-any sle this maoah.
|g- There *111 be a union singing con-
veation l a Antioch ehu re h, three
es froh Lerosse,on the fourth Sun-
day of t as month. Dinner and other
sa-freahnts will be served. Alare
ndlially invited to sOem.
sa lllbl B0 I itak of Saata Fe i
eopar wh Mas. C. W. Stephens,
L mad others of Alachua,
| md their departure on the Fourth
for St. -olsfor the purposeof seeing
I: e. bgat epoition. They will be
goae i.bo4 twenty days.
Crop p pe here were never bet-
toer. eomplai that it iagtoo dry.
The r arr.abilant, howe lo.
san-- tee irernis very low and fish

of Osala, are ettingoutlarge quanti-
tim of asrial for their irm here.
hesis 4 sta nliited quantity
ofh badwe here. They have a large
: fore of hTnds iat work. There, is some
of the S-A t material in the State in
SW. B. aid John Holder of the Cen-
tral City re visiting their relatives
he1e. Th1iMoeial given in their honor
at t$e hobae of their brother, W. D.
older, o-i the evening of the 9th, was
eAi eni3yalo ffaair. lee cream and
eake wre 4 erved.
Mrs. B. L. F lowers and children of
Willefordwho have been recuperating
SA&Worthi gton Springs for the past
lea days, iwere-the guests of relatives
bere this eek.
We are eurious to know Just why the
itemized stateient of the receipts and
dibassements of the county executive
eosmmeittee was not published, showing
the amount offlunds received and how
:. dibrsed The people of the county

"I woald cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chase. Applegate of
Alexandria, Imd., "and eould hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bdthatlifI walked a bloek I would
enegi frighatflly and spit blood, but,
when all other medicine failed, three
Sbo~ttlesofrDr. King's New Dascov-
pounds." Its absolutely guaranteed
ehitis and aU throat and lung troubles.
Price 80e Mid $1. Trial bottles free at
al adruastores.
Round TripRates to Washington, D.C.
Atlanti Coast Line, the quickest

S route by tw hours and eleven in-
ste. from Jacksonville to Washington,
Sofferns exeOrion rate, Jacksoville .to
Waphitwgt anadand reloa, $37. Tickets
S nowOre salae. Florida and West In-
diia Lumied fastest and finest all-
-year train between the Bast and South,
leaves Jacksonvilleat. a.. m., arrimvng
In Waahigton 754 a,. a. following
mwrin S ,o 40, Atbulantic Coast Line
Expre., -eave JacIksoville s Os p.
A ., aviag in Washington 11:50 p.
m. following evening. An excelent
opportiu to"it te nation's .api
tal at noinael ost.. Tickets good to
return to .etober 31st. Avail your-
S elf of th qmeckest and best line.
Both tras earry Pullman drawing-
"mm aleeier,JaelMksonville to Wash-
vaintoa. I'1oria and fest Indian
S --imitd edirrie Pullman nest dining
ears Saaga to Washigton.

r -Are- In.s

"For years fate was after me eon-
tinuously" writes F. A. Gullege, Ver-
benaAla. "I had a terrible case of
piles causling 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me. Equally good for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25c at all drag
The Comelumoen.
"What conclusion .1d your literary
and debating society reach last night?"
"Oh," answered Miss Cayenne. "the
conclusion was as usual-chicken salad,
Ice cream and 'Good night." Had a
perfectly lonely time.' "--Washington
Piles Upon Top of Piles.
Piles upon top of piles of people
have the piles, and DeWitt's Witch Ha-
zelSalve cures them. 'here are many
different kinds of-piles, but if you get
the genuine and original Witch Hazel
Salve, made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of
Chicago a cure is certain. H. A. Tis-
dale, of- Summeron. S. C.. says, :"I
had piles 20 years and DeWitt's Salve
eured me after everything else failed."
Sold by all druggists.

-ing Ors. Via *
N- NArI tXilwRyK

Colilmbia, S. $400m.

Fion to date of le, good22 rtrninon4

With Day Coaches and Pullman Sleep-
ing CarN. Via


Leave JacksonvrIle ...... 7:4&5p. m.
Arrive Columbia 600a.m.
Arrive Augusta.... 6:.& a. m.
Tickets limited three days in addi-
tion to date of sale. good returning on
last train leaving Columbia and An-
guta Monday. July 25th.
Further detailed information will be
furnished upon application to
J. 0. LUSK.
106 West Bay St., Jaeksonv Fles.


ls ei m Iae earliest t hravei W
i m able stge mount-
Iet alpiirlo whrbeels. Te new Thr1
Fr ptear w o r wecaens that the ae-
ess we rewarded by thie gratedl
pople ith a k of whf- amA
basket of ass.
.t.ari.. mfi el a to NMeqp.a S. a tt
t *a@a0ot Gfrece, wbo Inatat
were elerate for their are b-
-Ii antd whoter- I toeir TVIageM darit
the evenings, were wont toheM W fat
t alled a -eur ore afrmiefvef
a mpompt as actnged coupled wltf
baffooery, played a eonsiderablepart.
Prom this word we have our comedy.
ifn Enag eHldh dlraele playase -
:oemerted very a-15 t eao wiiter t
ior their retlgion asoethcitin were.
m far.-but-thie firt purely Eng-
-a. come was onhe by Udal, ano as
steant master at Eton, and t ubse-
quently bead master of Westminster
schbE t was entitled "Ralph Roei -
ter-Doete and seems to have been
performed in London about M11, being
published In 15G6, ten years after It
author's death.
Brutally Tortured.
Aaose ame to light that for per-
sitent and unmerciful torture has
perhaps-never been equaled. Joe
Golobiek ofColos, Cal., writes: 'For
15 ean I endured insufferable pain
from rheumatism and nothing re-
.lieved me though I tried every thing
known. I esme across Electric Bit-.
tenrs, andIs the greatest medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few bottles
of it, completely relieved and eured
me." Just as good for liver and kid-
ney troubles and general debility.
Only 50. Satisfaction guaranteed by
all drggists. -
The Dlo Whipper. U
An old eb-irrh ti<-i.;l In England
was the dor whitpptir. wo w1as em-
ployed in driving -r removing dogs
from nth ;ririhs hurc-hes and who is I OOm
often alludtl to in v.stry. accounts. as.
for example. **"iid the dog whopper 1o0
shlllins:" "to Witidow Sandys the
.Year's adlryfor (dog)whipping 5 shil-
'ngs. Implements inkwnu .is dog Table 1
tongs were also used by these dog
shippers. many of them being spiked
at- the end and calalle of giving a I MRS. E
cruel grip. They are still preserved in
some of the old churches.
No Pity Shown.



modious, Ho


H. PAXTON, Owner and I

Chi. Bn

AIAi ikA AMM i2In .

- - -. _a- -* _

-. f. -* ~ .so. "-

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soam by i nomaamo..ay of

mon.sse IDWmum -u wo
without[ ant siu g-re. If 'Bt
want a piao for a lifetimes
buy the

Mathush;e k

oer.a. o r ans a 11ms.l sd.wl
uimli We pftzeww. Wrie"
1or ewie tTAY.

Luldden & Bates





me-Like Hotel," :Z
Eeaursion tickets now on sale daly
from GiGeeriile sot. Louan--re-
Efvery Attention to GueSs ar -
V'_44.10 .Retars lifit Dee. 1th
Prop., WHITE SPRINGS, FIA. $. er lm
Special oehexeursii 4oa 62. Re-
Strn limit IOday from date mof ale.
i Tikets sold TueWsia in J bls. _






ms. 517-519


Wepaysfreight or express
following liquors:

charges on the

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in'thetWhisky Lie:
4 full quarts.................. 5 00.
12 full quarts ..... ...... 1 75

BLUW'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts.......... ....
12 fa quats ...............
4fullquarts... ............
6 full quarts....................
12 full quarts .................
4 full quarts ...............
6 full quarts.............:.....
12 full quarts. ........... .......

4 20f
12 (00

3 2o
4 50
9 oo

4 00

We handle everything in the liqor line, are
agents for Pabst Milwaukee and Jfng's Beers.
Whiskies Gi, Rums from 1.50 to 5.00 per ga
CWifornia Wmine from 1.00 t--- 250 per gaU Im-
ported Wines of aUl deecrip1ioun

Corresponding low rates frm ther
points. The L. &A is the bet line t
St. Louis.
For rates, eheduleM and sleeping oar
reservation apply so
1. l. FT.LEINOG. Pla. P Agt.
W. Bay StJa.
C. L. S NE, G. P._A.,Loui e.


National, State ad Cegr.ssi.-
S-al Ticet 1904.
Presi1e.iald Electors.
C F. B30ufn-Frasklin -onmty. ,
Go. K. Robinson-Marion eonsy.
Geo. H. Holmes-Brtevad ounty.
G. A. W. Wendell-Uadeden eouty.
A. M. Cushmn--Alaebu haeontV.
For {overaor--on. M. i. Mecfar-
lane, Hitlsbotrn.
Secretary of State---J 4 v Horr,
Attorey-Oeneral--"Fr-d C Cubbw
Comptroler--J. L.I Skipper Polk.
Treare--E. M .Brelsford, Dade.
Superintendent of Public amKrws-
tio--W. R. O'Neat. Orange.
Oonmmiionerof Agricualtuwe-J. 8.
Rowley, Putam.
Railroad Commisioner H. J.
Ratchie. St. Johns.
Justice Supreme Court for term of
six years-W. B. Sheppard, Es-ambia.
Jtie Supreme Cort-. S. Farr,
C. S. Adams.Duval.
E. P. Axtell, Duval.

Firt C e ris -E. I

whem e.
^& te i' v U^ W ^- -..- ..* -* IL ^--

...*. T

Reveals the News and Facts goeming
Studie underlying causes of Market
Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad
and Industrial reports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks anu
Records the last sale of Bonds and the'
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
cerning Investments.
ome w dAUy emlt THE WALL STRMT
JOUXIAL is better qumalfwd to Ilvedt umy
WaMly MAd preltay and to ade ab uMt Invest-
ients tha *.e wbe does et.

44 Braestreet. ew Twrk.
$12 a Tear, $1 a MAthl.




. . I L ._N :_ . . .. ... . __-, J U - ... .-.

t thiow of bletd to the
*. T- -r is given to the hair.
-this hair retorat-es
aae ay hestter
w masseur tban by the man or
wh rowing bald, but t s
o t IndIridual to =mabs
iow ap- well enough to de the
hakr'a grevt de of ped.
le hands sh l be half folded and
th eids -o toflej ftner made to touch
the sealp Ughtly. Tii-n rubthemt slow.-
t 'over the -
_-It It co."veiiM t to rin -at the back.
e of the nes-k ;r:i rub the scalp slowly
up the center of teI- J'md to the fore-
thead". Then ti ruii uAshuuld be done
all -over tMhe bc:il .r'uiu one side of the
IN.lp to theoihir. It ai.muld be repeat-
ed several Uuwo
The same ow the expensive
bagers of the nuseur pIrxduhee follows.
a-owing that the cirituiaaith in the
snalp bta been stimuL ted. Tl:e linrts
Ill0l1d be preswetal o ih wnel with
i- eat ofree to esune the .I d to

Eh iee. WPidl bmStart Theme Dan-
..ine V-lamea of Water.
The ocean tidal wiuve sotmnetimes
r Bed the primitive-is formed by the
uof two waves, produced by the
m attractions of the sun and
e moon. his wave in its most dan-
jgars form souiettpnes sweeps over
j|ps In-the open sea and in its ordi-
way coure produces the tides proper,
where the outline of the land, as in
the bay ator Fundy and the Bristol chan-
a l, compresses the force of its flood
wtth narrow Uestuaries it also gives riue
-t tidal waves, whieb are termed de-
| lve and are also known colloquial-
i as bor,"-or eagres.
tarthquakes are also a cause of tidal
waves of two sorts. One Is due to
sbocks which occur on land and cause
a retreat and reflux of the sea within
the usual tidal Ilmits, but where an
earthquake shakes the sea bed a dome
habped mount of water ries over the
eter of te disturbance and draws
tlbe- sarroonding water into the vortex

THE YU.& OF EG1 8.
*** fl.a B. BU.ter Tham
There Its rost probably am important
dietetle d4lrensc between two eggs
the folk of one of which 0a very pale
yellw Color and that of the other a
rich, almost reddish color. It is a no.-
t!rious fact that the _.-untry produced
egg -ay usually be placed under the
latter description, while the egI pro-
deoed by the hen that is under an un-
healthy and limited environment shows
a anemic color, generally a very pale
yellow. The eggs of wild birdtl-as,
ort example, the pover-show a yolk of
a rich reddish color.
The substance whieh contributes col-
or to the yolk of the e g is iroo. just as
it Is Iron which gives color to the
blood, and there seems to be little
doubt that the iron compound in the
yolk of the egg Is of a stnilar natureI
to that of the blood. It i&_easily as-
similated. and eggs are regarded as a
suitable food for the anaemic person.
as they present a concentrated and
generally easily digested form of nu-
triment rich in iron. The iron com-
pound of the egg has, I fact. leen
termed a "haeumtogen." because It is
probable that from it the blood of the
chick is derived. The amount or iron
in the yolk of an egg would appear to
Increase with the intensity of its color.
and there can be little doubt that the
maximum is reached in the richly col-
ored yolk of the egg produced by a
fowl existing in healthy suroundings.
for then its prov.esses of nutrition would
he working under very favorable con-
ditions. As an article of diet. theI-
fore. the egg should Ie judged not by
the color of its ibell. but of the yolk,
which should bie of a rich reddish rath-.
er than of 1a iml' yettow color.- Iancet.

tie Umed to A ulnmnile. but Now HRe
Is a Hauxhty vampire.
Of late, be it voitti. th* taillr has be
came quit ain lu nrt':inn:ble -A':d -r:!tui-
tous drain on hill A l'ui's liurm*s.
F'orierly you were his patron. lHe
was very evil iuit gave you uninter-
inttetnt er-ortilnities for see-ing the top.
of his hIbald and the back of his neck.
Hle nirubb hls hands and crawled be-
fore you- for guineas a suit. If you
paid any time before the death of the
senior partner In his business he

b" death It. AA this dome. subsides It ow"l you to your equipage and s.tid
seeds an aimense rolling mass swing- In his heart that you were a great gen-
.: g across the ocean. which creates a tieman.
__i* t foraidable tidal wave. Today be Is a vampire. -hsucks you.r
J-:.b tlood. he walks erect, he choo-ss cloth
THE SWEETEST ECHO, for you, you must have what he t'lls
S .. you to have. his terms are cash on de-
a.- awe a can at a Tomb at Ags, livery, his credit will last you six
e o i Haidustas. months, and as often as not he is a
One of the fiUnest echoes of which we member of your friend's club,
ave record is entioned by r He is the person who makes you or
ids notes on the Tbebals of tatius. mars you. With his bit of soapstone
T -s was on the-banks of the N ba, be. he can turn you- out just so or not just
tween Coblens and Bingen, where an so. Be civil to him. I adjure you. You
i dglal sound was repeated seventeen are only a poor. soppy, brainless, riv-
S ti -. elng rascal of a man. If you be not
-At Milan I an echo which reiterates well dressed you will become a wreck,
*e--srport of a pistol p frm fifty to sixty a h lk, a derelict. a castaway on the
CiOes. In a cave of the Pantheon itI i misty shores of business and society.-
-id that the guide, by capping his London Gentlewomaun.
Att makes a noise equal to the report"
-atAtwelve pounder. Pliny speaks of The Telltale.
a- a oe IDalmatia where a stone tossed That was an embarrassing position
iwouldral a perfect term. I-In which a fashionable New York worn-
V The sweetest echo I all the world an found herself recently. She was
Wiaw-- a- call at the ide of the tomb -invited to a wedding, but did not think
M J-Mahal dad Jehanhglr, at Ag either of her hats was good enough for
The ude-rases thecry, "Great a God. the occasion. So she visited her m.l-
ad Mo-hatioedis his prophet-Allah! liner's and had an exceedingly costly
h! I" At first three distinct musical affair sent home on trial. She wore it
ak t are heard in the ebho, which re- at the wedding and the next day drove
V-tbe-rate round the dome and ascend to the milliner's apd returned It. saying
._ l they reach the smaller dome, it did not suit. It happened that the
V*er- they reunite and escape from hatmaker, who quite understood the
-. _tempe as -one tone. situation, had been similarly tried sev-
_ _ '' *eral times of late. "Did you not wear
A eeleI sete.r this hat at the Blank wedding yester-
- Albert Vandam. a French writer, day '" she asked bluntly. Taken by
iv this description f one of the surprise. the soMiety woman owned up,.
leading republicans of Gambetta's but asked. "How did you know? '"Oh,
te: Bsoa_ had a tendency to imi- It was quite ea.y. I s several grains
tate the great Napoleo_. He who had of rice in the folds of the lace.

Joined Lamartine in his rigorous pro-
test against the removal of Napolneo's
,as. e from St Helena to Paris struck
S apoleonesque attitudes at the camp
-- af Colme when reviewing the troops
thie undicplned. woebegone mass.
ending knee deep In mud. who were
opposedd to represent troops. He-
Strdged up and down the lines with Whi
hafs behiW d him, then came to a ed-
&a top and, nodding his head. whbI-
.e-red (he had no voiem, *Soldiers I
Ma-.pleased with you.'"
M- als Advetestege.
p Bse of the Japanese tradesmen In
S-t smaller towns of NIppon have S
_ia-d way f advertisingg their bsi-
:.o a their eriht orears they
| Sures.-the a kerae a hoe..
w o*cutter0 an ax. the butcher a
4ks. eUnderneath t sme embleaM
Aft h luiptionis as, "I do my work
lawd cheapIyv' or am as
fytrades -most -f smy tel-
whn .are hntn work
arms and walk about

-tt al.-s.dl._

Notice i4 hereby given that Mrs. S. F. Jack-
son. pmrhaser of part Tax Certificate No.
305 dated the 4th day of November. Il.
has tled said certitfate in my office, and has
made applicaton for tax deed to issue In -
cordanee with law. Said certificate embraces
the foUowing described property situated in
Aii&aha county.- lorid1.-towlt:
W, of NwM of Nw1 See. Tp. 11i, IS.
Te said lan bein assessed at the date of
the Iassance of such certilcate In the name
of Unkbow.
Ufakes said certificate shall be redeemed
aecordtir to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 16th day of July. A. D. 190.
Witless m omclal nature and seal this
.the 14th da of June. A. DIX 194.
H. C. DEN .
Clerk Cirealt Court Alaehaa Co.. FIa.
pd Per S H. Wienres. D. C.

Note it bereby gveniat N. A. Strobbar..
pareiofTax Certificate No. m m.dated t
ISia~f AVMA.D. _Iwt Waafleduid e-
cateIs my oee. amd has Bate xiacad"oftcI
d to aeI to aeeaordaame wrvt law. -Bah
oertfate seaOe the 1l'oowia# 4esMmed

t was salbae emasom aso-
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Speeal auteation so Crown and Briar work

rduaie Baltimore CoHere Dena Surren
Five years' experlea4 e ln New York City.
Crown. Barle work ad Fi&eWV Specialatm.
OneI it Mier Law Exchanwe.

JOHN 7*lNES. Proprietor.
1M2I W. Bay st.. Jaektanwme, Fla.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to call on me when in JackmonVilk

(Wih Dr. G. B. Tison).
Pormelala Inlay Work and the Regulation of
Teeth Specialties.
OMee in Miler Law Exehange.

Frank Gardner. Prop'r.



Best Imported and Domestic Liquors
and Wines in the city.



Of An Deiertl s.

Sole Agentf tor MONARCH and SOV5I.
EI N QUALITY Shoes. Every
pair warranted.

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i Ard's Saloon and Cafe

Jacksonville. Florida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2p.m.
Barthmmay Reheaer, al* Iw*
.peel Wuerger Ber oes DaUt

Steaks, Fish, Chope. Game in eason,
to order. Pool, ailtiard., Bowliag
SAlley. 130 W.Ba$.


Alachua Pool Parlors,

C. BurNs, Prqpitr.~

Lioated in the Porter Block, south
aide square. Three tfiret-lan tables
ood and prompt and eourtmom
rriee. bSipu siseordtiay invited
-a' alwagwelaime-




METTO is a delicious, re-
freshing beverage m a de
from ripe aw almeto
Bermes. Abolutely f re
from pernicious harmful
drugs. Metto stimulates
the liver, flushes the kid.
neys, acts directly on the
bladder. Makes these or-
gans perform their funo.
tions in a natural way,
thereby keeping the system
in perfect and healty o00o
dition. ____

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St. Louis REB siUtl
Ia esosuetim with I&C A. -IL
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Lv. Atlanta )s4 a. mi..
Lv. -30 p. m..

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carrying the o ly momnf c imesp .af,
Atlatta oSt. Loan. TWsew ewes Jab-
vile dailr A50 p.~ A .. Aiast f a. =_'
youthe entire day in St. LolA tors e Mae.
For rates from your sit. erWa Falr&0di
Book and aehedec ideeing car rew *@malm
ashe for book shbowint boae& saM booite
boues. uaotiw tbefr rates. Wiste o
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CFri. Abd. pruek rto e
-payilg from to 14 per.
let met.
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OK n---- newspaper for ale at he u
Go d piano-for sale e ap. Mrs. T.
W. itts di -
N cmson's Wonderful Salve for sale
by WJ.. MweCollum0 & Co.
Job Primning 06ae for sale. Address
Box 2, Gaiineville. Af.
eid Bflayer departed yestcrdat for
Osais onprofrsal basiaes .
W. 8. Broomoi has retarded from a
S brief profeasiomal visit to Newberry.
ev. M.r. Morris-of.-Melateh was
a o. g the visiter to this eity yester-
C0. ewmberry of High Springs was
a a ctg business i.r this city yes-
lge.. r Sai.

ment eseaffe with a vho jee0
For ,s-ai-rm Augst a:i m*

Whit sjrlnp sai eturn Saday
anm suprntpi day .
Oay -.e dollar. Through onb.
t, 3 K. Boeaest, formerly of this elig&
btaow o f Tampa after a bit but
M pletart sto frieods and relative
he r m.istned to t Sotthe 6b IdaS
Sc ity yelttneay. ; .
t? Ladies' calling cards, gentlemen's

cards, business cards, and any other
kid of cards printed in the Iite-t
reasonable, too.
The arnest Workers of the 'irst
Piesbyterian Choreh will hold their
regular monthly meeting at the manse
at 4o'elck this afternoon, at which a
fUllatteodance is desired.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson of Mica-
nopy were among those who favored
Gainesville with a visit yesterday. The
Doctor reports crops around Micanopy
in good shape, consequently the farm--
era are happy.
3 L. Medlin of Meredith was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Medlin is just
from Jacksonville, where he went
Monday with his family, who were en
route toClie, S. C., for a sojourn of a
few weeks. Friends wish them a
pleasant outing.
Among the visitors to this city yes-
terday was M. M. Forman of Alachua,
one of the most widely known men in
this county. Mr.- Forman has been
for some time engaged in phosphate
mining in the West End, but recently
resigned his position.

Among the prominent visitors to
this city is Rev. Wm. Stones of Palat-
ka, pastor of the First Baptist Church
of that city, who came to participate
in the counsel of the Holley-Hobson
ese. Mr. Stones is one of 'the finest
ministers of the Stlte.
After a pleasantvisit of a few days
to friends in this city, Mrs. George H.
Wynn of Jasper, formerly Miss Cor-
nelia Worley of Hague, has gone on a
brief visit to friends in Alachua. Mrs.
Wynn will proceed to her home in
Jasper the later part of the present
P. M. Oliver's Auction House. south
side of Wall street, is the cheapest
store on earth. Buys for cash, lsi for
cash. Runs no risk, is wky he can di-
vW* his- profits with his customers..

0s .f is d -i
ox Xflasny wte aot -Wawshe io oe! --_he vi po * of-bo e -
mis me t- +hesa +il. -b"e- N w M
r en) e we .uus siare daer. B. --a-.easnd n a -

M. .n owh. weho rh s emibx*. er of seiuod UWW f oe.uWhlpI
listed ans sieteo house iws the Hw J. o iey, dsb has e *s wi
Eodel kaoiding, is eanoyiag is ea hee- elojeg f re. felw~owsp Ia Js-ed Ohi
w. se idU recei large li e-s fe 8ae B te-am of a dialty wish
goods on cnsignment, oad ua selliBn iR. W. DeA. Bo gm, p se mews E-*
foroitare t b ains wh ti l l alte bonnirstt night. bos It was
trat. See his -dvertiseBstea"mat Impom le seeaor Su y inormat S.
elsewhere neeae the cowaume weeL into esXeative
A. O. Crum of Lakeiund,boe of the nesso-. The pca lt the (eipsel,
valued employee of te dspateher's tgeher with she procedina.a will be
eof e. AtanetieCoast Line, hs aired e is as mas it be tsecured.
in thecity, lowerehe:wi hremain.for -_i _ h l
the next eat as a relief ir WB. r- B. m: in anem
Hide-, whoi won his vasati'. ir. A letter received by a friend of Dr.
Oumm is quite popular among those HerINo i this eity directs tha be
who know him, and his sojourn here q s The S to be ed t e o his
will obe doubt be pleasant. tdreeina Rockland, Maine, for the
Prof. Parks, professor of music wn e w weeks, or t former ea
the Sebool for the Deat and Blind at tor soae tu e iat Bo wdlB.
St. Augustine, after a short viqit t h he will be the ge t of O he
friends in this eity, Ihas made his de- o
pasture fo Alabama, where he. will r eudelaming his letter tohis fri
spe- d the remainder of his vacation r.pHe a : Iant staod to
He reports the school in fane eondi- do a r erot say friend and: tiope.
tion. and says that mueh valuable, The Sun. Please ask the 'paper maa
work is being done there. todieantihaee sminTe tSo .
Miss Nellie Corpew of Melrose. who here."
has been assigned to the Rocky Hill Dr. Hersogs numerous friends wish
summer shoot, was among the visit- him a pleasant and beneficial outing.
ors to this ity yesterday., Miss r- Our iro-elad labor contract is in
pew's friends wilm egretto letrn tht great demand among all employers of
she is suffering with fever, and was en labor. Price 8e. each for less thasn ),
route to her home, where she will rest or $2 per 100. Sead casb with order.
up for a few days with the hope of re- Address The Sun, ainesille. Fla. tf

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covering her normal health.
Earthquakes in Ecuador.
Cheap rate to White Spri and Gnayaquil. Ecuador. July 12.-Two
return via G. & G. Railway. Daily longs heavy earthquake shocks were
limit, 15 days. $3. Week end, go t here last night and also at seve
Saturdays and Sunday., returning other towns in the republic.
Monday following, 6*2p.. Leave :.
Gainpesville 6:45i. in., 6:15 p. In. Son.

aay excursion ony one dollar. jeave
Gainesville 6:45 a.m. Nine hours ai
springs and back same day. J. F.
HiLt, agent.
Eli Futch is at home again, after
several weeks spent in St. Louis taking
In the silhts of the World's FAir. Mr.
Futch was present at the National
Demoeratie Convention when Parker
reeeivad the nomination as president.
and described the scene as being one
of *"greatenthusiasm." He reports a
delightful trip to the Western City,
and declares the fair is the greatest
thing of its kind the world ever saw.
Accident to Young Lady.
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V. z. W 1R duu anu uugui~r, Uliver wmill uy ianyuhing Irom you, or Tne fienr s o m iess Annie. J -ourneu,
M- Mary, were in the city from Wil sell anything for you at aut tion or an employee ofthe bindery department" .4
is yet ay. private sae. By all means call ad of the Pepper Pablishing Company,
ie-e, y a f.swed roote him. 6t will be pained to learn that she was the
_Nice larg wel fdurnished room to
eat o bloik next to square. Apply at Perry M. Colson has returned from victim of an accident Toeeday which.
2IU Smorn ee St. business trip to Perry and other will incapacitLte her for seveT l days.
Ifank Sioonton of Evinsto was pota in Taylor county. He reports This young lady had the misfortune to W _
a g those who favored Gainesile sthe eop good In that section with the run a needle through her hand. which
wish a visit yesterday. exception of corn, which is almost a may necessitate the amputation of a _____ ____ --
Sas oe to failure. Cotton d oter staples refinger. It is h d, however, that she
beese, where heexpets to reuperate good, however, and the farmers as a will not be compe ed to undergo this "TH BIG STOR
fr the Iset few weeks. rle are happy. operation.
SlMs. M. W. Wooding and Miss Cora _
OAddress.W. TJolley departedyesterdayfor FY Havana,
p Orsainesville. t Cuba, where they will remain for a -TO"BEAUTIFY | J
S. r a rive me- few dys. Mrs Wooding will visit e YOUR COMPLEXION
last of Brmson, was aammg those husband, who is stationed there at U
wpvisited this eity yesterday. pesent, while Mis Jolley will be the IN 10 DATS USE
., i ieo go.est of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolley,
-a oad -oSAT N be-, i out in..^ SATINOLA k.'
Scledwho are also residing in Havana. 1 0 L
-sof 00or maoro i$1 per 1,$~ .- Captain u H. C. Parker, a progressive "-- -l
K. .Plifer of W'indsobr ws in eitusen and successful meiblrchant of L- L uiU IW lI IL I a
D I. rl Pty r o lod .at+ 3h e OCrosse, was among the visitors to this "T tUY~UALLED EAUTIFIE
the ity yesterday and led as Thej city yesterday. Captain Parker tates
uaele, renewing his subsription that the crops in his section are good. At prices that defy all d-e
,i ,ehe .tAt price-s that defy 1 w d
James Holder, the merchant and and asa consequence the farmers are *
naval stares operator of Rochelle, happy. The cotton crop will be early, COmpetitlOD, pOP l attenlte i
wat amo the visitorsto this eityyes- ind dications are that the yield will I ir treat ent
terday- be good. Q. Harrold brought to his -.
Taiinaater L. LGlass of the At- storeMonday several bolls of cotton
lantieic Coast Line west yesterday to that were well opened, stating that he
Lakeland and other points on offMial had several acres which would be I
business. ready to gather in a few days. I 1J I
A. M. OCushman and Col. W. R. ob
-i wherern hej, will r-ecupert -- Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1,-11 j*.I-VL7 e Lo w --
'Sir: Al ,. 18,. The Birth-Place of Lo Prices.
or a few dy. Dr. E. W. Hall, St.Louis, Mo.-Dear --
Spprintendent H. A. Ford of Sir: Daring the past year we have
the Atlan Ces Lie deped sold over twenty-fu dozenHall
Grntea tDiscover" rkidnef and bllf AY 1
tedlay foreLakelad a&ld ether poi 4der troubles, ad during that time- FEW ap ewom rio emoveten or r sf e1 ea D e l bl
isa h lfloMrida on oeial business. have received no complaint. I M HowneN a~ re toe h # bea u of di
Caaoupe or pineapple rates Yours respectfully, outh
caroDe los will fished on short G. VAZ A'a' & S.Vs. r&tS AIs-new di-wovery O iarms em.
b___ t s You oan save yoYr pocket av
-otMoe. Prices otned appli"ation A Texas Wonder. -r-ekles- Pmp". L Uer Spob. ,ia-efttas
aOne .. ea eal. ...a g O smal btlof tthe Texa WWon- S& sesa l eam ysi dajr# T. an *om inST"
MISS Sim p-o010-S0 th Carolinauwas der, Hals Oreat Discovery, sues. al-e OWr eathe & at Z
la the eity yesterday. She wa e kidney and bladder troubles, remove efati erAt re w a1i ma TIfO Pes s
note te Kirkwooi, where she will 5Irael, ures diabetes, seminal easne- f _____
viit her moth r J. 3 Emerson. sims. weak and lame bcks. rhema- oodjn. s. t 1
timand all irregalarities of the kid- NSAo5a To5et Co. Pste.Teaf
K. Robisonoft Oasla, more If- neys sad bladder in both men av Geu irnbdon r iere nad *
isnarl known ad eSuny Jm," I woens, ldeu p toses eo As Ilm t
wio bseat -by mail an reces pl ei *. Aa osverwalit
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