The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Gaiesv Pubsltraise d Twpo icte Bardo W ek--on h lda anud Th urinsdloae utoisd ed adrqieet

T ais eutvli@ omsinr n nletalogm-puddteUisity bel te Gapraeenou od reief thy popo. hlidte nd and produce figure
an rdy hnteduAtt~lin o aof nrol:s' b re of arepeonteborsi Speas. Of drstoodu theSat e predisen ocadig bl, was nareris the ep.svl,
bse t go itad bte~ G.. aro enra the fventow hatgh thev lW.n Of areter, rpresetin at i thesctl er e @amof aWd,0ra. as take Ciopl. H nd tle n is,
I'ePea mrcigml nesvilly' Alof tv ips~e.te or fEnalno h Florida woi ebidns located ust Gaeteville aed spod t@Qtii'Sment Hoft

10he a nd lredn mfale aniv ers. of e F ndorida ignl ed here G lnevile.& e s po d elln ralt of Mr. Jones said that Gainesvile had ;business proposition. Mr. %1,\
,~~~h~~sb bn ooeo l indle wed olgte udrsile do. re- uonevl'sladwlig UtI made a partial canvass of the Slat@j then referred to the ptetition, i: nate and deed in fee simple to the l-l uo tile surrounding@ ald the and the Answer had come bark, Give ltosfotaloe h I"
ion came about 12 State B~oard of Education, for the useedctoaamshreftecon us 0ainpvalle." "lre he presented a Iald o t thiws thf the qleo
wasl nihI iSn the of said (Jaiversily, (1) five hundred inanity. Mr. Carpenter referred 10 the large paelkage of endorsements. H i o hn htteje
US egm frmMyrW ceItln ajligtesi 11o good moral influenere 'if 0aineseille, In clusirig Mr. Jones petitioned the locating the Utuiversaay shuldta tlegamfro Myor~V.aces f andadoitiagth sad ilyofenumierating the many reliotious or- board to consider well for envire. to a primary where it might ti.
chairman of the commit- (ii neoillle, and, In addition the ret, a i ton F r hl p po e f r and hauled 6but, but het li donate and turn over to said board &uig0ievles0211a oe-mrt bpe ffein n oiis
jwee the simple auinoo0nee $40.0A) In cash; or (2) M32 sorse of Ietn ansil' li st n and produce the beat possible results. that the senders of telegrani- lil
led ntoohr ihadi di tral lineation and general popularity, He asked then to look above commer- siguitl of resolutions wait a,
wil@ wl~etil Uivesit b laind ando, o Sher wit aord In addi. Mr. Carpenrter dlspisyed a map. Ow- cialism end Reek to ewtitaii the Improve- sentinient coming from ill'
yue listh Uivrit b to terto he15acenigEs which counties had iudise r. niib eetI dwolterbecsir
it wa tooo buDGansile Ineludigng s t eiptblr Gainesville, through county commis- of good citizenship. claimed that mn ex pression of t
Senate wa# brief, but iwascolbidnsnd rud;ethrsioners slid other organization, and Mr. ies exe.'aded his timne, but the Ipce was of great weight. aridA
S to kindle the fir.! of enthusi. the one or the other, as you majy elect, I also to show Oainesi1IW*' advautalsas boriseddth iealtd to by membhers the heart of every living h1110 and that the city of 0ainesville il to central location. Mrt. Carpenterlbeah erid. t th time oi-alf ours. toars hs egeble' Saiuvesville, and It was str ubs ae o h nvriywt-said that he had travet'l.d inl fifteen Mr Jne'agmn osmdall tile anid a school of the greatest l.
"firquickly thte news spread. out charge. And we further bind our. counties of Sotith Florida, anid thof he tMr. exepourmiues agmn eseved f thmir boys and girls.
anan hour the cannon was selve* to give any guarantee, you may found 90 jier lsi prt'fteriecel for Ilti. le ert lt*aue torpyfn r. MC'141 ate e
the church bells were ring. require that, in thle event lb. first Gainesville wherever h,' will. fie ai.s~' iuhFodawstgtif.
were "Swraing. all of proposition is accepted, to turn over to saise thatvI'@ ve South Fliorida wascmigt 'tui o itgt i it.
the people, of the wonder. said Board of Control, free of rharge, the front in populationt and proni- Lake City's Champions. out after paring two-thirdo
,seomplisheid ofter a long the use of the public school building nencee. He read figeareo tot prove that Severs! prmritient itizens f Lake He wanted to know if Well I401 e Ihe part of the of the said city of Gairie.% ill. until Iird ad$ o$ oprd(iywr rsn n r~atdtertecto etwst e 'such time so neovecary new buildings Sou94 lord ad$ o$ oprdCt eepeetadpene hi h ott tltwo og
the comimttee. haIie cmltd with West Florida, excluding Ouval claim.t ini a foreeftil aiud impressive Was there no~t ithn
A"rlofFricaoiins."An w frterbled ourselves to and fficambia couties liet rUe rmainner, lout evidently with insuttleitolt 6ainesville, the edutcatiansi l.i
lvnreotfrom Tallahas well as geographical center
pro of Interest. since It gives I State. Lake City ndrot-at. 1,n
"dmnle aih it vr as the location of its boulit11g
aedO U conis isihtino vey NI h A NS Igot are not stuilet M rV
tof %bae board and those who OThen' lEU" !t~uouchtu'a 1om (tite' .'di
tog for the location of the ope siutr

Ilike a regular session of Poth ress and Polofthe StAte ofForida-Greeting: 14aieoil.FrInller ,1,.
tare when Uovernor Brow- &otePol fo he Uaineeville school hadl tw.'t
of the joint Boards of Vet' do'.itv' oll 1elitf f the WI( 104" Hflt' Oif tlu- City f,i ie~i t4) t l(* tilis 11110, t4).ut Ated for more than fifty
Wild of State Education, called P'l $5.1,hlenl t~
meeting to order at 10 o'clock ( ,~'e~e Si~ four~l grtttitdti t) 1:10 0 ith Sita'te t1. t i t#' frot, 'itld xli-i I I ii lln'.I i i ih It 'College arid uiiril pit la. in I. e Hall of Represent. s~tfi 1) -ut city ill its llii' til IlliilititIIIIP 'I, 1.1 I 1" li adl i it x'ne p en d ro #,m an m icNIst'
yeb r ofe thek twp sld ilctds~
seat s n fo of the rw ot ua l t hl~ t li 'l i ~l etu ii lt'l i4.11 1 i t, ile In It I'l r. t' 1,11 t v a ndt~ ~Itt f m r 11;1111. W41 It%( a lands. bu ild ngs e I l ..ivi alyo llrn of the eastrmth

WITH A LAI ]BACK? A T1r'sncb subniarne float with a RTS F 'M A idny Iouhl maie~ Yo MIcrew of 13 on boar I fmindered at
RTSOF I.UOA L~ny louh Maes ou israbie. rerryville, TuIniA t0-!d1 .
A~~m ),IU rniua a,caiVon urg I.

i(-ji triill ,1 1 of tilt. (-ra t t, L .1aL4 fIl i. i, j j
In Te Lad ofFlowrs.''~'Iniat i. i ,Il ceutitur y bkeb appolnto 1 a u~:~tu 'I~al-, TM M" K You Have Alway Bought, aId which as it"e
"Boiled Down" to Suit the ilt4 r~ f.r'do~fttor s of rr..' 1:! A!,~ in use for' over 30 years, has borne the signature o4
-1tems of interest to by D r. K'lnr til slcrietAry or~i~. j.i :.o. and ha beel linade uaner him per..
'La h tPt'itlet etititt kil i'le aU4 'The Phtlppine. cu:i.rn. tt~v has ajig s omal snpervialom slinc tm i l
i~wneflyed an act granting :-c a ss (:, o! 44E Allow no 011111 to deceve YOU I iih ,
ftesmy Is now making sit ef. ,.u~'e'v,..tul il promptly during flle back,S10Frnic.afm':stoo.Al vltretNIiainshds6"reb
'is she dry column. uric acil1, catarrh (if the bladdler and a strct epon an~ tf,Asrp:i v). R II Pl C'-Mfes httin sad Siusn pajogjr re ha t,
Moti right's IDiseate -Airli its the worst touc te11oe11111e~a~~ ~ Npeim that trifle with n aagrtehal ~
of the S. A. L4. at %ot.feurna ,,f kidniey trouble. tems throughout t,..' is!ards lata MAd ChiMdren.-Experieace Against Experitneut,
Waeoyed by fire Monday. Dr. Kilmner' Swaimp-Root it, not rec- The late Baron A:;h a,i de Rotbat
to Veeas reun on 0I it ided for ev'etythiig baut if ou Ivave hliletso'.4"V (1ee u
kidney, liver or Mldakr trouble it wil 1~ 11 ld lef W hatO'~ is t xene.O j
I" on the Fourth was it foutl just the retelvy you need.' It has charities of v'ariotit' 1:&J t.o (aI.Oi i.
Iqd e w l e c n tu te or tpe in -wr)vite a 'ti C it U1lptl nction of religion ba .- a Pa i Il Casto ia is a handle ss ubstitute for Castor 01, Par..
bm~sinridgvil e orue povedmi osucceful levry aa phat c to tB e oki~r~i oic, Drops and Soothing Syrup&. It Is Ple&sant. It
San13b~tanrier t special arrangement Itv 1well made bV Th@e emperor of Jaitigv a far- eontslns neither Opuwm, Morphine nor other Nurvotie
which all rewiers of thisi1xplier, who have well audience and lhit. to Baton l o 0 usa .its Me Is Its guaisatee. It destro" Wo 4rmip Iofunaitarewi-not already tried it may have a sample mora, envoy from JIa;.in to tiw~ ii n ily eeihe I ue 1srie n i
leo on it r e.bottle sent free bly Iti I. alm I a book tell- prandn aplace Feverishness.v It cWeashb~aan
y for the Interurban rail-,~ i mr about S4wamp- R'oot, anti how to prahnOec olic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Cowxtipa.tio,
Miami. findoutifyouihave.'kidelnyor bplaidder trou- ington and the staftf of the Japane,. and Flatulency. it assimilates the Food, regulates tlit
Wilson, colored, of Mioco- bde. When writing mention readling this peace committee today O tomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Mseji.
tio fail as Tallahassee charged gees f r lltisuwrai dyr Governor Beckhamn has refuti-cd I,) The C;hildren's Panacea-The Mother'. Friend
stddreslr. to 1 Dr. K iIier Interfere and Gvorge' Holland. it)#,
log mortgaged property. & co., aged~aitn ALWAYSice o hemrdrn
Sematratobacc crnp f I 14, N.'. 'I'liv regularaedngocnctdftemuerf
is aidr to bsefe trip ye ad .t fi-t-'Ct'iit "1114 onlc'q an unknown whiti' peddler near Pent cENuIN C ATR A A W
s hi oc ae poun cusre illlar t't/e Iuattle'si re Naeme i broke, some months ago. will be!Baste*o
hihBe4ca o a rd mloi lpa i goodl uruggi-iti. Don't make bagd at Hopkinavil"1. Ky., tomorrow!, Den hefnature o
Palmetto Hotel alid I improve "ov' en'ae thle name, mrig
Vopany ties its charter and has 1111311 tilt-H atre, Dr. Kilinur's Nw V., ornin OLRg.FNT
officers. The hotel will bie every xthtcl etligaaoN .' HLR NAT
at onoe.Child Not Expected to Live from One is Coles of Jacksonville played HOW WE KEPT THE DAY. Hour to Another, But Cured by e
Saty cno olflt t thle Fourth, He Chamrbsrin's Colic, Cholera and
a~ several pieces5 of the little The Fourth of July Celebration at Diarrhoea Remedy The K id You Have Always Bought
in his anatomy. Island Grove. Wdteltl .M~~e f1
Presbyterian College, located at Isiand G~rove, JTify 5 -P'erhaps no lie mt.yo(f Axorrielt. 1I' wtiv ot'ri- In Use For Over 30 Years.
.will begin its first year Ostuber plea In Florida tlt- bize uf our little otisly ill (of Choalo-ra 1mitm laot Aitm n evu e~ w v v Wsne. ae -ee eom .
Several members of the faculty town had a more gliouots celettration titer. We pavia Icr ill anid did ntatI__________________already been secured. of thatgrand event which made our riec i,o to h'.ve' ftil otte hletr to
South Florida Gtrapefruit Corn. nation the most jowertul of all lit- another." laie rtt- A I Laieied toe neasr Palmetto. will add 30) acres tions than we had at this place on the think oif Chaiteerieit,'q C'oiic, ('lolera' 150 sere It now has set out In Fourth. The peoplle all turned oilt in alid Diarrhuea Rem-asal suid git a hotfruisq. The soil Is said to be fine full forc.t to show their unsiwerving tip of it from the ptore' li tive hours Ipl growing. patiriotism aza4 loviii foir the American I saw a change foir the better. We
big dry klins of Wost Btros. at "ag that ehlepili us beneath its paro- kept oil gtwtaviii it ad hoeforo the find A b s o u te S e c u rity
I~ke, nver Ellaville, together tooting bids. was ell til'-hal If "ee)s f11alo slepeA bS
J,000 feet of lumLer. were dr.' fth ptiogram was beautifully and aswll "it
by Oire the 3rd, 0ood fire pro- mods lmoleuively rendered. I tlt- ko~ w. luvf 1
saved the mill. Tilt tree under which the speakers' PARI19lANS CHEER AMERICANS.
stand wallplaced was dropood in red., -- e~-l iii _-idiu idtoj(i.t( r- .
8. Jones of Bradford county, a white aed blue, 6a~w sagp were United Sttes Soldiers and MarinesI
ma.was arrested In Jacsonville floagtig ,In &his iino I. Heartily Welcomed.
iieeday. Hie had a Sialibor ro- The Onrst timber s ~o gtn il P MWasl Piariu, July 7.- The, iuual bighat ill t. a pair of brass knuoks and a that old familiar sain, "America." an deftaue iStt'.gl with a siIla bld.citw1NTRA. 1.l I01 Ari-1\EILNTIA F:41* iV'F ta--44I%,%l
aWriht. Duvlde. y on which was rendered by a number of urs mid wair, lA ininiig uaaauaud thlil ATI1 EIA~ tA~El-~1 0FFElR CONLkNlVN4 E. 1% ol1
W rgha u al c uny co clear young voiM. etrl tlooig alc t ill 1"i I td y l'R Oir'NF: 14 A itil LIIW KALIIi T O) All THEit P% 1101,%
vuwa shot Weduesday at Center F. '. Baker, 41r., thou readIn a most &1 0u.1vil igiVAt PlIutlIthIa.'tita au~ biouklght TI
*wbile trying to escape. He Is In impressive ismsse that old immortal out aU entluciauric it,l at a tieJld T t1%bVSK hepital, Other eonviels were in docueiiitnt, 'The tiiectaration of Inde- c'riisas'l tijg tlt- liat- o~l wjAlt I. game. but the shooting Wright pendene." which, though often we Thie Ati I witu zuhai u:JaugetLt
aemd them. rosy hear it. never fails to thrill urn inulc t~ig 5411 T'i nie'. %,l i h 2 eaft~e If yo VIlWiit i I- t'" c~~e''t~'i. M )4!ei 1"
t es0. Thompson of The Dunnel. with admni.&ou for otir patriv fore- letCu hamg itb LIAO .p,'.eU41

Es S1IN1: JULY 1, 19o5

Wit Erect at Once Fire B.s et C) 3lk
Ofl Sits oit OdStore H u e s~ e ni g1
BRATES REN VICOR ir-iaii House-Ceaning
edi f rom FVs tPage) tai 4Llno teFo'rt
You carn depend on Ayer's Ill'e hIl buildliniz iat. *-- to'
hesitation when it Hair Vigor to restore color to liuliy, %,ill rebuild At ol:It'if~ r r
-f heyour rft hair, vr ie correct. Mr. lBrir in:iii f..i t,!. u
Ifnst uiemberis of the eeytie fn
wed~~~ea~ ariehm i ieiil ih doty f. ;ri y u.
X anid 01 uhe Fridaye beorni, falls tW do this work. It stops hurquisfi hit tradv :: t o ~t '
A it !It, University colors,budii.wI ta i. x.t,
1,tc fluoni er i i o odo 4IiXo .o
-*.an"d vt-hicif's of all kind@ V111 hoyid Funfur 1.iu~W!.1:*
r? i Y 110ered, and Pewerill haridpomest otourt-ii i.*
eld fluige were brought fallingofthe halr,also. There's carried probably oine. of the :arizopt
i'i" 1, eerl ude great satisfaction in knowing stocks of general -r' '~ii~ ~er
.,~~;ri5gto. tiome on wheels and you are not going to be diasp. o vni hs*ciz i a
:., I,, s e be a h to pointed. Isn't that SOP -. ularJ department itrt, a.d %. wid hle
~ of la~r ib~fte committee who M srfaded until It was about bIts. It enacedtt n l *...
ouee Imt, lottle of Ayer's Htair Vie to While fritinds uf MtJr. 1V'n aimnx rer, i iIh if route 5 lOUsinXi Te- Vftoreit to li former dark. rich color. Teour
rh fred~Hair V~igoertaleuly d-we what you clIam fur gretted very MDuch! I[iin Xumlit tholy wli
rleevdfH.di rcf U414l,dgumcJ~iaw, N. G. fetJ glad that he if .ut d~oni'dUSat-d I:*] W "IA ~- uri
xnsr~hed through the city, m~a bottle. for C. AT112 M. ~~~th rpsi e:
,Ci : not Ifesss lhit half as itnfa.r
d~ r'"L~ The line of march was
I,tr. street to the 6aarti Pai ng H a r coniljiete t -le buiddi, -I I,
:jb h irinid the square, then The Bose Worm Mecirle".
Wrot Main to Mear~ic, tI updrgule~
ar i5u, thence nrhdupliL igt
~~i. ahd thud tradp certifate, and pri. .l. w srte% "Of ofl my' otit r o n ac s t on i e
o.~ ils'drioymr etfcts a ei hc a rdtiea. re the cannon Tie faculty is the atrongobt ever up, ali fod, could retain notth,,ig C'i Son i e
; euroli tie v'f laced in charge- (If a Skrntntir Normal lotoina'ti lie bought, tint. lio!:
9.- p1Pwrsfrom tile 011A.
*I jl'nihiatr Instruction of trop~ bUdItJ to i l V" o:..:u hoill Worm t-i k!l r i l te I h Y Ilt l
rmitoy thecrowdre- that all tio-li'her.i wit ungnged in wori!. White'si tr.a'-n Vermiifuge is lit-IliPI il *hlt'tlit I 'I] ilii t61t- ) ItII i'I l ir
!Rt' otand, where they teaching. slid thiue wi htig n beo-I i i drenm'o toi.'. !t inrflptiiV# I' -t Iilv ?I I~ t,1 S Fi) It 'it- i t it ilI I IfIiie
v** I t~ fe mben r k of th teacher, ill titi county avail them- their luizeftioia and asifiillLitunl t j Ill W' 1 i \I H 'it e (Ill. teI' f 1 tit'ql pI 1 .1 w't'Icom ~
... *.~ux a meber o theselves (if thi4 gildetil opportunity. fotit 1r. nigthons their iierv-ous system iii~' ItIt\.nih IlltI~~'~~~i~
itu rinig h is talk Mr.. Cot- The term will bi- I w(i mtit en md frev' and r-:r'sthem to the' heal h, rigor 'I I fIiil ~l tnug ~ ucmstavhn
~i~-r. e~xlt iterupte byPU.and will be cwniiitioted Ii Acadexui,, an -ioiot of to~rt liStlral it)~ l'' i'I~'iII'' e'' Vll ,iirt'~if-~'~ ~"
crui.. l. lie paid a glowing hIs li tet lOrIdd ~f y~.MJbiui j.\ ~':Ii 'le~ ''' i'j~
it t dIrl WA. R~ Thomas, whornI c~u be obtained f-ir a ninin mitusoxi.
1. ( 1 It# tie'te most loyal, eart.- ~ ~~~v ip.LEWIS WAS CAPTURED.
tiO' h:Iiii ~tl~i worker he had ever W e P y t e Freight.
of. ,1r vtorthy mayor has worked lAsthma Sufferers Should Know This. Mar Who Shot and Wounded Hectryt e
d,,, (ared, "slid to his efforts Foley'# Iionoy alid Tar ham cured Ja Kso'n Arrested and Put in Prison.m
1.;,mn ti, thiie of any other person many cases of asthin that were coin- lie';iity :%heriff (t W lrigutori fi!
is t honor and this victory." sidered hopeh-sm. Mrs Adolph liles- Newlirry was in the city Wednesday.A
Ita~thy elheers foir the mayor ing, 701 Wittst Third St Ioatioenport, Het irilight Joe Lewitt, slatm Kid ~ie f-. ..wId iip apertton. /,Iwwrites: Asvr cold on to ii to await th r-inofth
he (,i(-I~iti f M. Cl o 0tracted twelv'- years ago was neglected fall b-iii if the cirellit court.G an s ilFu it r oa ,
irkil l~ he armbtly was dismissed until it finally grew into apthma. The It~ ioelI be remembered that Lewis w.I riyer I-y Her. T. J. !izon. best mildical u~ill available could cot kwesgre involved in a difficulty with
..wiftlr omiteearrived at give me mnore thanl tempijorary relief. lie-ri i% .lae'ksin, colored, at thne eanij No. 1 20 West Side of Square,
,#,r Hte ,titbard, while the re*' Foley's Honey slid Tar was recom- oif W\ NI llavidsoti. near Newberry.
LL rru.idr Mayor Thomas, mended and one fifty-cent bottle en. '%at *r it~s light, find edited thei con-. ai
i,#- -A~ilaxelkville & Gulf tirely cured me of asthma which had fit a grin into the. sho.eir aridGan s ilF om
:~. h been growing oil me for twelve years. ntl -1 tit .lacksun. lie mde his es-IsFl
uhsosuccesslully If I had taken it at the Start I would on~ 1, 1 It visa later arrested slud ar* .:l .i- kariaign are as follows : have been s&ved yearto:) r uffering~"r~ o.rue
Fxa 1 'lhonap, 11. .I J. %%- )IC(' tt 0 I l &t 1o v f;r I..e u ts pla'e-d kii,de r a tiiol of B. F. Haip fuir h o ali varaxet'. Ili defatilt of
I' Iit Lynch, Geio. City Tax Assessments.i'rult ~ l ~ ~I
r. I I'e~ J Del IA. l Cit y 'lat Assessor B1rad forid is atlive .l tuksoii was to it A(, ild d its ad lyll t Akh eMn
i -Ltidel, D r. J F. Nfe- to the tinttrests of the city, all is sinew n Re wao at fi rot a -#' .at o c i n -it. r
o r Harrison I-lodges. fly the returea e h ine ha rinde for' 14 tit 0-1 to ft; J11a1111 tir t i1-t 11.0 or,
N. 'A illson, S. Hi. titnie be halo been s-erving so atopeopor tm;. )IJ0 st. t eM a,
~.1 n-i rugfv.'11w. A %fr. iH radl tird hano already iii rte Mjs ue-r v?
ii'..' ~~~~~ ~Mkel tiiite varot Lt thvitehetn (ttpteu'

*W TLt i JCLY 10, 19


DL UPVE N fLUL~IUNPhysical Culture, Elocution mud Music, Our Specia t es
*IAn apeat this Year IS beldisg sat equimet. Steal If
of Labas. Grassium. Swnimla Pool. Good Fare. CMase Unsur
Faeolty of tO M4gerien~eed Teachers.
afrod Sta to inspire the, soul of any ea, and Dud g sglty of 1 Wfy gb ggg
which visibly afected the speaker. Exponses $200. Limited Number of Free ebolarhis
C S He made a flne talk of a few moments' f seswion opeas eptemoer V. I9VA. For free esalogne addree
duration, which was speas in uelo.. C111BA10 RUNT, Pr
durtin.whih asopnsInPoo.THE PRESIDENTS W9RE NAMED
I VEHICLES IN LINE gizing the committee I their earnest
efforts, the people of Gaiesuille for Dr. Andrew Sledd Will tm President of a Half-Hundred Bicycles and their loyalty and edossiousl patrlOthere Who Were Honoring otism, and the city generally as a de.- University, While Prof. Murphree
as Pedestrians-Speechs sirable place in which to live, "because Will Preside Over the Destintes of
nd Stand-The Reception. the People of Gainesville were the Female College. A K&
cleverest people as a whole on earth." The following report from lallahas. EUW C
people of Gainesville were again Mr. McNamee took oceslon o im* see, dated Joly 7, will prove of interest -DEALERS IN-eSgactration Saturday, and strong. press upon his hearers the fact that to The Sun reader.:
Friday if such a thing was pos- the University of Florida, by set of the One by one the members of ishe Board
far fifty-one carriaee and other State Educational Board and the Board of Control are eliminating she dleol-L u
,bo fiftynecr es ad oher. of Control, had been placed in Olne*. sis throt upon them In patting Ja. and L
about fifty bicoles and a hun- ville forever, and that the fost build* practical operation the previslone of 1410W n
er more pedestrians, were anem- ings in the state would be loeaed the Bookman law. Nos 517-519
St the station of the Gainesville here; that the people of Gsiani1lle This afternoon the board named. Dr.
railroad to welcome the Hon- would have one of the flees colleSe Andrew Sledd as president of the Usi- BAY STREET
Mayor W. R. Thomas, Attorney in the 'nitd States in which to *do- varsity of the State of Florida, and B
MeNamee and W. N. Wilson, eat the children of Florida and other Prof. A. A. Murphree as president of
Wemaloing members of the com- States. And that in al, nool1 Gaines- the State Female College, each at a JACKSONVILLE,
of Gainesville workers who had rule but the people of Florida should salary of $2,500 per annum. FLORIDA.
bed over at Tallahassee in order feel thanjkful and should congratulated The two presidents of Florida's leadall details of the transaction theniselves that the University is lo* Ing institutions of learning have been
be astter of settling the Coiver- cated here. asked by the Board of Control to sog.- Agent s r PAWwuVB
In conclusion, the speaker stated sees or recommend a faeolty. They Export, per bbl, 10 dos. $11; per dos, $1.25
carriages, buggies and wagons, that in the wisdom of those who were are nowas work and their lists will be Blue Pibbon, per but, 10 dos. $12; per dos. $1.50 4
II so the bicycles, were decorated in authority, it was deemed advisable submitted for the consideration of the I r S e
Seminary colors, orange and to permit tbe holding of the nest, tes- members of the board within the next Jug Per bb. 10 dos $9; per do. $1
and buttoulern and lapel slo4 of the University at Lake City, few hours. When these faculties shall '_.ere were prominent on the per- because of the feet principally that have been agreed upon, together with
all those who partiolpated in tsinesville could not properly take those for the School for the Deaf and We pay freight or express charges
e, as well ninety-five per care of them. under the circumstances, Blind and the Colored Normal School, on the following liquors:
the'prople of the city, regard- as the buildings would not be com* the *rush work" before the Bloard of
age Pses or color. plated in time. He assured the peo* Control will be completed. LEWIS 1866, Away Above
a disappoaistent that the ple that the selection so to location When in joint seesoin this morniaf the Whisky Line:
ag his colleagues did not ar- would be made in a few days, the the member of the two boards took 4 fall quarts. .
Friday evening, as wa at frst es- architect would be here for the par- action reRarding the temporary loes.
a is was desired to give them pos of making plans, and as soon tion of the State Uniersity. full qarts ... ...
Urblight demonstration the like of thereafter as the material could be At Lake City Next Term. BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old: bad sever before been known in placed upon the grounds work would It was agreed that for the coming 4 full quarts ........ 4>
8I#*; sd it was learned with begin. At the eonelusion of his re- scholastic year the present university 12 full quarts .. . .n
regret at the supper hour that marks Mr. McNamee was heartily buildings at Lake City will be used. IES
would not retvr, until ser. hwas not deemed wise to attempt to EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky
moin. However. several pm. Mr. Wilson Cheered. nove the delicate and valuable appa- Bottled Is Bead Under "everment Napershi'.in.
men and boys insisted on a dem. W. N. Wilson, a member of the com- ratus to Gaineeville to put in a tempor- 4 full quarts, del .... 4 1'
and paraded the street miste and a very active worker all ary hoilding, but to continue the ual- t; full quarts ....... .
Iheirglaria torehlights, shouting during the campaign, was with the versity work for another year at Lake 12 full quarts ...... ;
Iseeville and the University at party, and as the carriage arrived at City, so as to give the Board of Control
r Intervals. the band staed three cheers were time to get the buildings ready as SLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN 7
hes the Oainesville 4 Gulf train given him. Mr. Wilson was also loyal Gaineeville that inotroments apd other '1UM' YeA Old:
this city Saturday morning, from a financial standpoint, as he was apparatus may be moved but once. Yqars
hearty and enthusiastic cheers a member of the committee who signed This decision will also aid in many 4 full quarts . 20
o sp for the mayor and his com- to guarantee the money and land. other ways. and there will te a practi- -- to full quarts 4 50
., sad when the carriage which Banquet to Committee. cal continuance both at Liake City and
speelally waiting for this distin. Saturday night a banquet was ten. Tallahassee of the work heretoforecon- 12 full quarts .4 (
oefcial and his guests. which dered to the committee at the girls' dueted and under the supervision of SHERIDAN CLUB:
gempied by members of the may- dormitory. East Finsida Seminary. the sme presidents.
Sally, entered and drove away* est .Main etrret N whch was largely School for Deaf and Bind. 4 ful..........2il l '
uted Itmed up in procession, and attended. lDelicinue guinch was served .4t the joint meeting the Gtovernor '9 ' urts........ H.
hue of meareh was begun, the route by the ladies of the city, aid altoigeth. was authoeriztd to appoint a committee 12 full qjuart. . .. .. ....8 0 on Friday. The pro* er the evening wasn spent ini a roost en- of three to visit Lake City aid asoerwas headed by Alderman Hen* joyable manner, the onmmittet' r.ent- tain whether or not the School for the We a e dealers in everything in the'
aC ."'"sh.l"P"n"o:on in'a b*,';::: :;.,:, gtiecurtatonofati;,usaiid :Ih7f adlld owas desired at tha Liu lille Whi81ii, 0i188,
bed. "Our Mayor, te less oild resident down to the sweet little tinie and( obtain aded to th.e asidutionalum ad W nsfo
drivn to te Semi arti and interested boy. who tzxpect to. twelve acres of land in the evens that 1*~ t (IperP a

ed to the band stad, where ~ ~eatinnvr o oe h thn governor Btroward appeinted Ir --__ted vigorous and enthusiastic thgreatio ne uo tth a so pulloway of the Sat.aBoard of Edu~ i-m r wrsag
tholledembloduponyors hocsaon. ation and Mesrs. Bryan and Adams
eatdfr ao ho .teirinig the evening patriotici talks of the hoard of oatrol as subh com* U'
Mayor Thomas Speaks. were debivrer*d by Mayor Thomat. lion mauteees.te HOU TO C
esmpiauoe iththi cal Myor1'~oert~Ioame. Sd L Carer, It us believed that Lake City will not sampiano wih ths cal Myor ober 11~ame*, Sd 1 Carer'ask for the school, in which eeti reponded, and was greeted ~enator II. II list'reary. Rev. S. 14. will remain permanently ton*4t. Augue. -DEALERS INibheer fromt a thousand voilon. Hogers and others tim*.
* this had died away he snade a -.Fire Cause PanIc In Court S e a. .818i~.c1 .1 I.O 't tOIDfew gemak regarding the work of the Epworth League Meets in Denver. Pt ta Jul 8 --A Tighted match
emltttela the matter of this great I~'nve r Ju'y 8 TheIi. thousands o1 cart le'Y thrown on the flkor of the SaIadCto eiB tig ad T ie
vietery. A etapage but impressive so. Mrs 4A 'orkers who are attendlag criminal cmart of correcian rooe, '..n-ndT ie
laelde**a wsthefset that, while only the international conventiocawhich had been previously covered Leather in 5ttp60or ides.
twenty-four bteam before Pberry M *' woble'iwee strwith a dlbeinfectlag fluid which was In.
Coleo hadtoldth. eopl fro the oonj aaft4r suinrtne todv .and the moral
Coleonahad toM the peopleefTomnthe flammable. started a fire today that *x.. v .
to atcematin oftheTrhet Maufgat 78 Or thle RamOR vul a provedr r*I.,
the setn hast meeot fhafu ad church was large and speirited Dlepart 7bu Prt hlidlag. but no body was Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for 84uwlt
theme eanes, met aitfulandmental conference atut ummer ashr h'faussra rs h
'Sant le'yal worker he had ever won *mbites anid schools owncepled the re hut TeInmssra coste(IAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA. L1
4b. a)or'stly ested that "bnero henroonad eef~f.or an I up the walls rapidly Per
had done tie best he cold but the mawndr of thmeforse nd meea pus In cortI rushed out and the prim. --vlier aus be largely to the prayer and exhortation our, tn *he case tratically sre~amed Te teart Big lre Mill. &f~
435ert5 of ** leagues. Thie-* and tnie~d to break thana'uh the bars hraPa.u.-t ases
a he er as those Seeab Americans Want To S** Suitan. fearing arm-atina The fre wa ase: Saes.allytJuy that teepaysMAst~'CUR~gas or
to reaur ti t rasp the 198e4 New Yo0rk. Ju) b >b I.e anost ur s iihuntd a Ith lIttle damage hatas enis ous sh att ofteAml
this sernet amoun'ts of Oaimes stace RaisuL a tais on the ioad freom bees done. sheet tta plate company at @age wWl
rights. now tlet the work we Tanger to les tuto Am* oscan tourists ees ee~a isI bnal e plce $6 egeraties mant week. The1
was wIuithe:t at the hosir have undertakra the' jou IC to the ail as* themeetmsaplete to
Ii reat with II n** uh had ae Moose court by Il.rec sr~n rots KanavLe. Teas. Juily a --C. C. th tesr a represas as eity
ily sset C he:E way of eays the Tangler corrvpond,'nt of th. Drtaageswsz nmeWe of *sars fee hstPWW ftwebfl h
15it ay rw ii* I unt that Herald. They are James Rawnevett the R A. Patterena Toban-o os.pear years age, but sever ap*eate. Aheat
mosmter of thee torno i.... ma relative 4f he presi~dvat and J. C. of RAcbaead, Vse, we found diead toi 90 m 0 mpoe
teether eiss e wotIar.' wrk- White. ses of the Asercan maises. his bed at the (Ombelas hot.. bers____the hoser '* to to e'arn 1 .. der to Italy They ate tea:. ts of a this motratag Ne aritved hers tes Powere Case Pedmel Cjat
go all did what liey ecouuld latter of latrod4ucon to serv :a. mart magt sad tatesses to start as a vsa '~ .-~se~'m
Na.o. Robert McNamee. <*tltartea. dation trip thismoasHerof4
r~~ecuos to usesa** >*m" a a th-=*********tse
Bee. thert MeNamme. was on tb.' ws laen Many has tbs m$eug~et te0e and Bailding Maten
reM a soe 4L ***1* h fm rv M Na i e eeo h d kuo that we WItd sts ete Wace ess glwrees -teas e that the eas

IAhet et here tram Mobs 'gni kidney sdb ae dh oor are ha gtalsa Juy -4 t stated WW be tae th th GW.ra set. 313

-I-~V N.: JULY -0. 1"S ______________site for the now UniveityI of Florida, there are wort '?aatnes geuera ly re- that all now pomiies well from till,, ri St. 0. t011YU.VOL F1- sd wl inastobo$ehsbi membered by the people it, the isot f pizt of Tien.
rratr under Act Of CODn~~~ ~for fifty yeers, She odda aticiml center Secretaries of State then lit. ohslit jC k Ili )
---- Presidents. I?.klbai' fteFut f O\FED
Tha yof the State. The mlad news was ro- a r a'sdsi'inao I i.~'erto o h orh~ AVL: tol 1) 1-I~ii.1)5
Fiery Noa n ~WyeI a r a' itnto Ik !OJ y mi F-lorida was more general than 1
*Fudedie la a ceived In tbils shty by wire from Tails- have served in another office which h&4 1:1 a~ly other State Wa the Union. The I' t-I', ,
At haoT11asses and business was pibtfiybeen made art-at by a sticessioni aA~~~rt State are to br coll.: H
(~AYEd itor A Pobl'r. suspended tbroughout theday, so ireat grea"t't men. He was ambassador t0!lrmi sted for this manifepstation oft
Witejyadgratitude of the poo EgadlneouhthveMade a; tho.:r durotiou to the old Rlag and the; 0 ,ySrs311o:wa tejo addistinct. and favorable impression in a I IoYR -11irit manifested. Although the: i~r irso~t~r~lf:pie. This culmination is a great sur- company where only high intellectual I iirt of progress is manifested oniprcn.a~ii ~w.~Week Sun $1la rear; six pr-ise to %hope people In Florida who power miunts. Amtng hi*s red e- rr adi h ~ct.adcte
s~ ingle copies, 5c thought politics was to play an impor. cessors as ambassador wrvtisch men ari hainlets are struggling for sit- I

.kI1vb;RTrXar4G RAM3: taut part In the seleetion of the site, as James Monr", J. Q Adams, Rufus prenisky, yet there wito a oeossation of Pts
lo ad 10 ctprents 1or C1111 G, ain d they are enabled to sie#. now that King. Albert G3allatin, WVashington litiir oni the glorious Fourth and all
the lirlt rid 10 Cets for Ombaddi- '13Irving, Martin Van Htiren. Edward joined hinuds and d~d honor to the* an-ti PItI-,T*
iertiori. s~i jvmr aoenB rwrEver-tt. Georg Bancroft, .TsrmeP iiettryt of our natal day, mid the in- t IIt!il
pipluyed advertiSmenEfts for three, han redeemed his oft-repleated prOmises Buchianian. Cbau'les Francis Adams. spiri patriotic songs seemed to till 'wl k \\ iadl12 months at. 11P welrates.haglwo piethtws i
aun~e upo 11M~i. of fair play and liskemed to the voice of Job u L. Motley, James Rusisel Ioel 1 a1.0Iagowo rd ha a ai
marriage anid Death noios Ilr tbe people. that Gainesville was &I. and Edward ,J. Phelps. meni distln. folit )It every countenance on that day Lii R-i4N k.5A I I %%ORKA 1~,tiSiS 5 cents a line. motuaiosytecoc ftegoished I in letters, politnos. law and tt0oI1 old and young united in praisili.S4 %,of* 9k '4040 ~ Sai rtt. or
01K -~diplomacy. the Iuwe-r that has made alid pre.
C~t-u~uO Liar.masses. 4with one ur two exceptions M!r. Hey was the peer in intellect. ser okrito-pll' i
lk Siri and the Thrici'aWe every newspaper in the State that ex- eharacifrasd ohievernentsof all these bilz N. (1; Y Niorld one year ......... 6 pressed Itself on the question endorsed men. It is his special distinction tit -Weekly antthe tilflo year) 15 his city, the State Convemaom of have been a loader in the "nw di- No city in Florida has ha I a !i r. z .no
,to Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) of County comniissiomsgs, the plomsy-the diplomacy of openness healthy growth lit the past t%%, ). -tr- to
kfl.eelYJouirnal One year. 1 W( od and fair dealing. He will be known! then itiatruesiulle. Ihe iltrect.-ip ll *
ft Son aiud the Semi-Weekly Road Asocato s the stittelsmasof the "open door." sidewalks hare been u ilroveJ in !1 4:1
T m". Un"on one year .......1 a of edulestion endorsed and his death will be deplored in other parts of the city, tir.w litismii tsI' ,t 4
hot of letters and isle- countries besides ouru. ings have. been eretilted, mnaiy hitio, i* rn.
grvll ill not accept stamps Of aS some residencer- have* bee: it l- d I
than 2 cent-s. upon the governor 7_ _----53 sof thi Board, from HON. W. M. HOLLOWAY. alid more %oeIJ ha111V bee-ti. Oily #,r I- lot
lac'k of miaterial. Nlaiiy woe re'i. r l l, .*~
R, or-at!V anid black came 001 tri-, a 8ta. urging them to
Gaiseevllle. on the many friends through- deuces will ho 1pi, ill ti-t weei tuow and ____________________3E~f~-PoWlilte at Gans il te out the State to whom we feel obli- the end (if the yoar. Nie arec lot
lako-.was thus reaftred gated. there is none who Is more do. growing-th'-re :-A no twooni W I Ij
ThlNfellean flood loss is estimate tW. I I. S i 1
e @AN, o 1W vills had not been: serving of our honest esteem than I \ '
*beyhaiiehsbncounter State Superintendent of Public In- After vilrprc.iig a gen Impe oli;~'1~N
~e zww agranc law des notaffect iehos f a grat ma-struct ion W.. U. Holloway, and his do. gratification in the seleetio'i of (,tittli,."4 ,4eiil." lii..i ~~ ~ e- ~ ~ ~Wan vat ion to 44aloyille has shown that yill for thie- heatito of the INive-rp'.......'.i .,.

TI t udijnto to SerT.-, into the State as large, he does not section of 0e tate will joini witi I...~'. A: M i It .N,
~ ~c wwe~ry ii elldoig.Gaimeu5" reponsibility in this forget Ihis old friends. Tribune inllie~~g rut t':i .F
ter 460B..tno She is now the During his resde here he became Its claitis have been ree-cugii,ti Ft
~ alaysmaitaied tiuh a gar~~a ad istrcto ofthefamiliar with the people and their sen- share )f'li I't@b-ne~fltcito the tiviiii *l .4-~ (io --r, e- U.~ f te bsttows Usam foria. fbepeple wih mg-timents, and although he has been tiotual dteail arid all Florida will... : i d'I..
osr; ;# --0.o h etton nnr o~.-hepolwt e' away f-ir some time and bad an oppor. with (vainitesille in building till a iltate
of at expressions of confidence, tunity toe becme familiar with the Unilversity which will be a -r- (it aid

isn ;, !sp -T, gambling oase ot the have chosen her to guard the inor- sentiments of nearly every locality in an honor to the state : hses ieE
p~.ral '(crt ockt. Aver far as o ther sns.tran teir minds .our great State, he turns to (;&loss.sfi~na ,ortdeke. A ver far as o ther snstran t ville s the city best suited for our The analyses that hare been wai'lh.Wr; !r te doll season. aod e-quip them for the great
-. '~'lifestrugle whic conront usState educational Institutions to be the waters of Jlioulware spring hare rey
be ifer iprugess he cofot her located. regardless of any political pre- shown it to be the purest of any lit the
sI vPrr3 body says maust beso. I all. He mrstestamp ofhrfermepnt United States, unless it tie that tit fitwmi that nearly everybody is of the character, and the controlling motives lu hio supervision of the State land Spring, Maime. and it stauids il- it e ~ sW', 1, that osaret-viile is all right, of her people, will be upon them all. ochueno li e is ever watchful of their to that. When any one# tel;s yo u that H er. r e e op tepst interests, always encouraging the the water lifed in illainesville Is irllu
-ran whti pys the Boulware None can escape L. Every citizen of ablest teachers and using all measD In pure', wink at him.I T. r~ 110dt
lp~ wivier it, Impure, is either a Gainesville, no Matter how humble, -his power to place Florida at the head Tel(n -tolt
ka-rint olt'11-ct for Chattahoochee. must share in this responsibility be- (it ev-ery l-withern State in the matter A motre lihrral uguerpretatio IfV tP MalI ( Iiera IflililsI

51 he i awas fndngfaltfore the (treat Fa~lher, who, it His of edunistion. Chinee reclisien act (in the lart (of1h' 'i~ 1
:,r v0,()- ato else fidg isul wsdom, permitted us to assume it, for Mr. Hlolloway is always watchfujl of l'resident Roosevel-t may tni-an a mohreitOwSiIt1......
iltitievj-* 11- ney at lhset does any He isa factor in the development of, every nuethlik that will aid in building liberal ilatronage front thel ('elestial J Ijy at tat to o anythef iiost solid foundation for o ir Kingdoum 'I'heir mimlly is ail rtiltas
the@ character of the community wehol system, and in these times, it has holes it it so it wi~tit hel,, i. Su~> i'te-iaDdooes ta fi) si~neoville realize how sacred wheti tiew mvitl'ind Rf brn advanced croiels for any ista &1 18 Clay and 501 W. Sl
.- it 'a i...rM --if ter isn suha is the trust reposed in her by the ieo- es 01 Year. It is no 81"4ll tag to keel,
10 tereis uchit: i-t- n th wokiiiis(ifourentre*Jacksonvilie, Florida.
in (le charity of his ple of Florida, and will ste be faithful a "nthwoigsforetr Paul Jones was taken for the frst



RASBellzo Agahaut Czar's Gov


3S.Petersburg Seem
ftwleaable of Handling Situ.
lms eship Kniaz Potemkine Mah
of Thoodoxia, Crimea.
1Orsurg, July 7.-Inquir-y as
YUIt this IDorJuig laL to There is a story of in old lady who made up a batch
the report current laist night o ic n pl is
eKna: Votvmklue liad iirvady 0 fmnead pl is
osia Adilra "'erenus.Wishing to be able to distinguish one kind frqmr the
1114n&Ys tA uccoaing~t4 the other she marked the mince pies T M for "tis mince"
'dICtS the VeUscI %K till A and the apple pies T M for taintt mince."
will be dune?" asked Me~ cor The baker's marks on the ordinary run of bakery
i~ttLl o, a erpy products are of little more value for purposes of identifi-o
'~I*I affair 111 In the haudIA of cation than the marks on the old lady's pies.
catedllu hsplis to u.m not gut HER L is a trade mark that really identifiesger's ship, werte due to lev that enables you to distinguish the
yesterday afterno. Thf.y worl's best baig te Bsu,
now be arriving at Seba~sttjpoiI.' oisbkngte Dsu
you think that on their arrival Crackers, and Wafers made by th 0
Aral Chukuin will diipa&TchbyLI
tDO tu try to captuie tilt: NALTIONA.LBISCUIT COMPANY.
znine r This trade mark appearing in red and
oI know what he will ddo. In ec akg urn
aloa tbo prompitcst m4)lutlii~ white on eahend of a akg&gaa.
bto mend a IOujIedO bust to tees the contents to be ofhiesqult
her and I have advocated thathiesquly
noe situation is grave. 'The --pure, clean and fresh. To learn
b not In the hands of her crew, something of what this trade mark means
la the hands of a revolutionary
Itte whowen on oar at dt&try package of either of the products mentioned below.
They Issuted a high sounding mantthe powers. They wanted to
ep fero lasuggeta. I presume_________________nt step will be to ask for rec.
ubelgerets. They know Lamo B01a N Graham
Wre forfeited snd will stop 7a a
In the eyes of the law, SUaPS %W
Uaws and pirates. The
)S eseary Is to make an ox. AnaptzignbleUiu litebsu, Possessing the nkh
@rwadrestore discip- with the Savor of th i.n much favore wihnty -v fgaa
Isd eek ac Sa fleet." refreshing lemon. A in uchfaor it ,khe any
Wlereaium said (here was revelation in modern those who wanlt graham crackers you
ja the report from Viennat baking. somethingg different." ever tasted.
4WRausa sailor. bad destroyed
e'and sotighlt refuse on board
Steamer for Constant inople.
SaI" cruiser, the admiral said.
besdestroyed so far as be kneww. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

Inhmliftant Leaving Thoedoela.
La. Crimea, July 7.---The iu.
are leaving the town In com.
with the ordvrs of I'te authur-. 1
wofear that the nutint-ura of
a Potetukint will t-mrruu




Lamar's Lemon Laxative Is the origiia Ileniti an 1:e it i bil
of a enslvania& Tt iq made of 14 mons Rad other harmless b at lkw,%erfl;
of a18Djtable ingredienti, ii n safe, sure anid spot dy curetor
~ izloe~fl.Indigestion, Constipation, Torpid Liver, Headache,
It elvan"qcql the sy-taat of all Imptiriticool to~nes it- thIAMaIHil l,,1,171.
OftCiDENT UNKNOWN Ploalll anid txmitN. ,!z the liver and k idni it iearf.orrler--in short "nut IV. 1,-To now. It i4 &gawiat huit pr it'fI'. I unable to St&a and ;aawrftjIu act..,_ ik'.lsaint to take~ and aiwayl, to ttg al toilA.v
lMPOttC.- to1 FOR AL.E BrY ALL DIRUG 41 alt) t'4Tloo- 11,4 e 11 %.14
~tWs~u oMIe~LAMAR, TAYLOR &RILEY DRUG WO. Masfaolturers. Macon, Ga. In %,1 "'lp"1111 .141,1
en were Working Abouat 20 ii14vl1,ogliI
~surface..t.S .~~itii~' .'Ait'
e:, July 7.-A. a reull J~~I W 1pimttl 4
,1:~i~tl) and the hf ~I~...i ruai'ta.. p ti 1.% e
ehsk,) 11 1.1 WI1latas %%s A N
Tuo 'ii.I an'i Coke company S.\
Igv. 1., 6 ile west of here,
-j.iglod four jnjuredd. _______~ll ti NlICN
Russians Want Parole. Il I,~'' .,- IIa i

~ eenegroes arf'l Valefjo. Cal. .Jiiy --w. ia "'i2sisir I H
w rig Ao t 20 cruiser llon ni. itilih Is iltrlnad at ll .I I M F I I it'll yo 1"1% 1a . 1 1' *. I "i mI
be. A t ae when the @Z- Mare [stand Nav% yard. have iale A 0s~~a OF h' 'e 'I It.1lbt1 o,.1 !.1' ne~f

~ ty is unable to charge of the s Cs~e1 t it they "To -Miif-i do a tar I r i l~'it 11, "I il, 1.1 11
,'g~ybe a oiirvi-o mi alst -- '. tit' :,I ti, t'ooo,~,s due to mine gas corded the sam(- prl'.i. a.- thosa' to~ 41111 r Il,61. h ;a Ili .1 I"I
as fgasolene~ which grantnod the~ onltstP.t is:n Inl t1f' Rusi.; UieU RE~iS 58p*.! we1. h_- "! 'fi.:
hJ(lt-had of the abaft slan ship-; in'''~no IE' iat Man Ia, tha'1 %.kill I %o I t%, l:i,,
e aL work. Is that a! ot fk. tlen l,
a-.~~~~~ I*. ita''I i .1
erto the effect that men ito mnt heit a.:va I)t ill: 'o-d'a-Ist aI saIm-St'd by a prefla- allowed to rot H'n tI I If; like,~ 1~P .~&
a: sI 1 nan te. Itqa '.aaa:I( -- tod~H Isa
~~~the men t :i, hlip- t niI'f~'a:~15~s
Fa!.a: Mine Explosion, thi wkh.r -I 1' to~~ i ~i
o ,~ .1 l:), 7.-IBy an ex- at Pollln :~ ts.i t' Ill
-~, s..- pWitfar mn e at Vi- -'ai .%I s ,,I
Of thisa city, nine; Injunction Against Strkloers.
:i ov e Itallans,j (h'I ea:-n, .111: lo 7. -- .1'11 v o -'' II '~ I s
!,.N~ of them died mal aiils'.arw 'I lav
.%tw o,' t hrae nifore sue lil ,js l '1'" (aliititOfl With lilt'- ~ '-.
*-'sv~)*. ANl of the agot. :' s~..2 f'*)* ,. s : s ,, s
1;.V. TIhe deadi hia ls '.'.'' t,
\'citflo Bunitoinlo. I=o'as inAR AK M = ~'-' T ~.-'r
1I, locte about A&*S.-.,, Va'~., about 3()- rowv \%.' I. "I, wa n.- M uch urui with irueumatiu, wrilte I a lit .I. .
Ed. C. Ned, owaville, Sedgwick Co., Kansas, "going -t. ~ .ie~
1. arid Is owner! p-in' about on Crutches and suffer jngs great Lesal of paa., ill. gal ~ s~..V i
2 *l~~a'w~aer Coa 1~'~ ~p 5-,'- ~-I was Imdumsd to try Ballard's Snow Linimuent, whickb I ..,s
If I ~~~cured us after using three 50c bottles. IT IS T11S''.'s1''* '4
GRJIATdSTLINIMUNT I JNVMLUED;bav re-. "s ,.15, *' ~'
ommended ft to a number Of Pfjall exprese Iti sls- 9 -'.~ ~1
Hf. IHe'r Double. A S,.r)rise P.1ort,e the.aelvel Sobeing benefited by It.6 n ow walk tI .l,
or''s four weeks. when A pak-tli.a' rsra r*. 1 without erbiee. and amable to perfoins ageat 11% %1' i.%" I Oi.II
N typ1huoid and kidney giv~a.. toil, o' r M~*,*,* deal of light labor orn the a.. .01 .111111 IIt \
\1roll. Aitinia Hooter of takitig. it if, i I,- % 'x,-,.-e-IE S" MS 25c, 500 AND0 51,0 Vil M. aI.~. I 1**so
tilip ,t:liwhnIgot better, tileir lon. no(, rs l II BAILLARD SNO W% IN .IM 1ENT ClO.
xl~g, 11,! 11, It the brifit doctors ig.,N.rI'-[1 4 1 ,--1r h-. tO L0 L U L A
ep t d 1 Ito liliI heit double, anid had % in-lett a t-a a -j'-,,r. a-P K % '' ''ri-' to, 47.Il. it lmy kn p whe a1; f a l.! I l. I )r i !t ~ ~ .. A I ilo t uN rspitosd, Up 6M
Atoll r',n it ,I l rrible aftliction I aia.'t' 2' a ~I '.n.m ~ i ~ g 'ii~ I l*i tl~
Ta.' .'1 ri c B itters, whiebh~ ANDm f iaIl 1f ..'d s1il. as-ia tlf'By'41i41' etiatif'a ill Ptreiagth. and Root offered Secretary ship. "~'~ J ) 4 N O ( .a~Z e ~ ~ 4 i l' 1,a 1 1 c iwn a-n ia 'ara
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VILLI#UN: JULY 10, 1"O5- :Osgof Grsey Kill. wear Hern *as formerly of Ilicanopy. RE IEWT .
dal. Mr. --ae ree"l -rrhae jsre 'j~''eswt Marshal Pinkoson Secured SubcripIF ~ ~ ~ dy CITY INS: ha inre cty wheasdlitre hies withge F. i SR.C W T .aSA E O M LT
a lot on East Church str't. and will He.i still initere4ted with Mr 0,t,-. tiors to Pay for a Toil of Ice.OPN T M R A
TYCw oe & fine reeidence thereon. He but is al4o, conducting it prfltt%! Yir-'.a Charles Pinkosori, wihO E O O RWu
will soon begin the cutting of lumber businestoof the sarneoharacter at MI %r:- con diable spirit, disliktyd -er;
-)jjr hntff.ogt fnr same at his own mill. and will be- anna. Hie axat his Marianna tftrmu 111."! 1''awt thec good people of It4 city Big Crowd of ~
4GtflO[~'gin Itallding n soon as this material eleven crop4. emnploying wixty nien lie a, ,4 'i' wi coaehrel@istr
g1 by til ~P~11 sa be delivered. It it said that the swell pleased with that section. Wvt ich dr.d ht riiee oft vifreitors ery Part of StA'oI
building whom completed will have he declares to tie the most proollt'roli4i of r.- t, ; II ik- water. with the result, ADSOCIAL ITIE111 eOA about $10,000. he has seen for itome time. 1'he people thattktt ficnvassed the city for A FINE FACULT.A6,li
----The Honorable Board of Caunty of Jackson county are progresive, and fILundi 11,t tit to pay for 6 toO of ice, Sonie of the Most N**, Is of
,i,Wpnd nd W ldIs 0F Oesm.isslouers have had a siege of expect soon to begin the erection of an fand tefo iwing elairens paid-5cet
T~l i ~ ~ neegings this mouth. The board oon 885000 Court house at Mariatit.s. theleach the State it, Vii c.u,,-, c
*,He Who Runs you" viama Monday for %be purpose of soionty seat, which will tie tli tint.t 1, W. I .':iiel1, Go~o. W. Hyde. Chase. HaeBeScroi. >,
retselviag and revising the tax books. building of the kind in W...t Vior da. Pinko-i : st Riaven, NV. 1,Hill, W. Are That Term'r W,' fit- a Sun. ~~They were In session on Ttesiay and While here Mr. Herrin had 1_4 name 1; Dow,.~ R Tallr. A N1 Cushman, F otS td v4lp 1
.0 padjv S%0-it Wednesday in regular order, and on enrolled on The Sun Publitit lihst. J D) Mattvson. J. N. Dell, NV 0 Ti. Asm ~u dlray ~l
Isi t Taeows was traiding Thursday againl convened to hear the From Swfld4I~f Dcdy Sunl to.3. I' lKauktitabht. L. L. Hall, W. L. Ase Satea Sunne rii%.
64trdy report of Ferdinamd Bayer, whe had J. A.*J. Strickland wad tralivi: in Beek. So: 1Ptrrvn. Win. Brad ford, Gi th tt iiitrNtoiyesteray- 19wait Imd~gg een emloyed o audt the ook. ad therit, yeterTay1'. ndti.rl W..TAShbeginE. A egindMnday t t!!e1 xat
ytrof Roichelewa ra it been epofe o ui the baiu ooktecty yesterday. (YNiWWAee E E Canion, inary harracis oA' ti -.. -. y
jeserdAY. a-oaeo h aiu onyOf'O5 Berry Bryant of Hague wa.4 trading teo. K RiouH. Mson. Oleo) I -that the re w~K I:itso a i~ i -n, ', 4:
x ) Hartmean and son of Pros aturday's Daillf Sun.'s in the city yesterday. l).ix. W -. ll'frsey. iR. S. Livingston Idents. \%t hi:P finn hit~t 4, 'A ir v.A
pet in the city yesterday. Mins Donnie Strickland of Waldo J. 0. and J M. Haile of .4Aizeina of the Iftamotid I"~' Company donated sevra are t x;ieotekli i ilirt St Ind
Ndiffton of Growse Park wes wia hopping in the city yesterday. were among those who came to 6sanes- 111 pond of tool, ditring the' Week, mi dI !,-,ire 'i~ar ir-ay
g~1~itruto UslinsevillS I"- Rev. 0. F. Parker of LaO rose spent yille yesterday The puin c will appreciate the oiegii sb ivoo t1e anu i
yesterday in this city as the guest of George Tillis of Oblefland was in the erosity of these citi seans, to it shows a h natnao %I' athews and daghtr, friends, city yesterday anid masde The iunt an spirit of enterprise which cannot help lii sek.iol w,:1 h'. ~ III toal'
were shopping In the @IIy M. B. Davis, a merchant of Hague, agreeable cal1, renewing his aitbscrip. but win (tit in the end. ers i Il# me an-I a :n ist*- ;t't
opy yesterday. was transacting business in this city ellaott" t '-%%i
D.onald departed yesterday yesterday. W. C. Arirall of Hague, one of ti-c JOHN THOMPSON EXPLAINS. 'isIi'rlieit ., : -IInz i's ptina
Baden, Ind where be *I- W. T. Wilson Of Alacl'.ts has return- leading cit'.'ens of that section. was Declares the Unaoal -eot or" t i ~ I., It' y
wiend a few weeks for his ed so his home. after a brief but pleas. transacting b-itiness In this city yes. About Him Were Untrue. I Ik fI. UI, tern' 91.1 1-" 11:StA fir
ant visit to W. 0. Tison. terday.Tom reditepi'i n ii ni iiilt 1 1fls I !, I1 N t
Ezigisi. of Tacoma, one Of the 1'. S. Osteen, the naval stores over- Y' E. Col.on of Hague, B. J. Potter who eireulatel oifrieidly state. that at Iiii -r otsw~~e~. l'' i
eitiffenit of that Pis"e, W818 ator of Micanopy. was a business vis- of Tioga and H. M. Sherbouse of Mie- abtzi j.fwlte.tirdmit iI*
the visitors to the county sapi* itor go this city yesterday. ariopy were among the visitors to this Thee s areit wil hae rt Ih~ wdrld tia ii-AI
vdav Rev. Mr. Holshouser of Wi'ndsor city yesterday but has ant enemy IAll otiul,'r ''a I. it., I tinl
veKinney and 0. W. Soar- was among those who favored Gaines- Green ('hat rs of Old Town, Wrn I had leivsoes that frire-ok il i, X11- st-minary. leart c~ia r i f ii 1 ilii
two tirogressive citises aud ville with a visit yesterday. Tillie of Lakeland and J. A. Parrish $etacip front wv kin'.Sii tli- titny t, .Itllilr And --'t r -'.. will
of Ile Wvaldo section, were In Miss Ethel Jolly, a charming young (if Hogtie we're among the visitors to taking aeivsaig if illy atsa" idi lit, trialifil- t. wt r it.-nra
yesterday lady of W~aldo, is in the city on a visit Ciinesvilit- yesterday. we the :nortifyiiii: iinjistice of try ing "14101 this 'A Kie 011,W"' doBrij-on of Central has Ire. to her aunt. Mrs. J. F. Futch, East Dir C. 1- I iwsof. the veliferlilasry At to slander tilt fly crotj sting ,lit rwh- Or" 'i I 5it-pt I ike.- I .,ierityp
to!, .im ue., afteria brief visit Church street. Spring Park Fs rni. goes to Ocala Mon- about it- 'Ill -t stoirt's we're teil II ,, a'" 4, o~ it tIriint) t. riqview
He 14 a flephew Of Mrs. 0. J. T. WI. WVaits of G. rove Park and () day on Ii reconnected with the me by toy frie'il- whent I canie I ne l- I. n' t olvri 7 I,.I
oif 0 iii 'Ity W. Maine@ of bMonteocha were among State loanr- (If Ilealth. niot belies uii t lain tv h.iie'v' ).~ ilbeP 4 tit
K~kaia progressive farmer those who favored Gainesville with a Wb'ell ywan a p~rleaat lsatative were of that I-hiram'er that was dviI~ ~ ~ PM AD
op ai in the city yesterday visit yesterday. that lit ai% II take a od certain ti act. ato r t o w i it ins of t aaes4 le.vrpt
3554t eminneorted with the county Mrs. Ella Rkives and ch~armritig little use Chanul'rlairi's Stomach andr Live'rscrtgte e'tnntfI. litiYIor'mr itt'. N' t I roo, That ls~:rr t daughtert, Miss Kathleen, were in the Tablets. I -rt sale by all druggistip, ttitia ti reyI,,v 'vi-ol:c
ii Iex Iey of High Springs ciyfrom High Springs yesterday Ms r, and( N1r, A 1, Craig, who havel I Isay to my frit'i~ko, it th'ilmt in
city ~~~~~ando 7articularny trt kile-tmain wlt) mitie VelI. I tttho o tv yeutitrday. He was en They spent the day with relatives, been rppsa'!: L, at 1 01 Lassiter street for tho statements. that they are' ftioe A e..II. ~.r.'r*s anid
bonl rt 'It Jacksonville, where (Teorge Smith of Arredondo was A the past It.w onths, left yesterday -'eeefmtryltlrr atioii roosIc-Ir. iliiffs. visitor to Gainesville yesterday. Trhe for their o Loniv in Hollows Falls. N. ati clefato miey i ve- pandilta- tat it iori'e t fI; .~~oit Kilo
k1, N \'. pn and daughter, friends of Mr. Smith will bs. glad to G;reat I ;Argai.-Two full otits.' sn at,' ia i, tra teraire liter i, ia kt
Re.,!t yesterday for 80& learn that his Pon, S. Spalding Smith. compnle-te, I',e large and on~e sinall dutofcaatr'mtnr~ a 1 41 ol-argefit. vr re i
*'y expect to spend the who has been indisposed fur soine time, shingle i., '. with boilers, eni.,, ,, frein i itit. c. I il ri-leatiliy Ii.r- Ii l.-iia rf8,- ,~' -o it %A a-i'ss
0'?' 1 Ctlmtitt. is greatly improved, shafting. 1 1 eryp, etc .at a sacrifice I1 I~ 'r Tit h)ea 'ktt'
.And J>.'-. Thomnas have gone Notice is hereby given that I will not Oero. W. Nli,ye-rs. Gainesville, Fla. ji (anteavilI It-, .1 i11y 1% 1), 1 so Vi1 k o I Ii -bttt 4. flip. tO-de
"jr .~(At", Colo1rado, to be responsible for any debts contract- IV. C. Ifagte, and sort DeWitt, or 'aey! s! is injie-il iall % ft'wi Ilays &%slie
i.umnuer Their numertius ed by my wife. Nirs Ananie E, Hailey, Hague were ant the city yesterday. J J.- Finlay Chapter 11motir of file emtao r -Is)* lit 4 tolifria.
wis!h l"'i a pleasantt outing.- and person. crediting her- or trading Mir. Iague states that his *artimtn A mos eljykl ofesl wax 111 'I*to watormrilel or III In til 5ii rV
vlv :t iuoture frames, 16126l with her, do so at their own risk. could stand niore rainl, of Cnrops mil'etil of tile .1 J tin 11 0Y 'tijetr, lias oemrsiolerahely &oe tile th dmand 114'!)11, C00t, $2?. nw only 75 JAXNKP- S B '.mr zv, Newlierry, itIa., especially sugar caneii, are sliflerifig I' I), c em 'rhitnuoilay last lit thet. tea- ii. 1. seastia 41flttt-s 41" a!.,th shl o to el SY flave' six1ty-eight, and July 7th, lSR)8 C. W -%tails, formerly of Ililonteincha do-ner of MIrs Chisne 1 tidean A fter 131 f rim this 5eeimit tie .k thpir lessa
fti --e uut. Iaunders & R. H. Beck oi %Ohipfiatid. 1.@vy creun- but neow residing naear Weauchuaila. odisioeing 4-f the roulmt ta.tusites. a staili their nuawol oo'oiev ara ago
ty, is in the city. Mr. Reck has beeta where hue as en-rgaged tit farming, was! well prepared program ceansostitiog of Mr S~afford eof Mritli loalkeeta urns bo IC ,~ f\ewtierry was trans& at Kormnoka, for time- jst few weeks, ini the v't y yesterday He was en rotae music anid freCmtions was re'ndo'r- illaieiote-ld, isii fnlda
bi-* i thisg city yesterday. where hie has been in the employ of the to his told hosiac. where hie will spend a! Various solos sloid diete wtre. beiau.t lipsato uof el tha ei-f--o ref it@ 1-rotheol.
).c~~~~~~~~~sr,~~~~~~ -, .ieme of th .ri of Irfi Irthr Aimay Lxesv .hr tan'wt red ul er' L yt A~is tht ]at@- J V Ifall .%lr Hall

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