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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: September 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00731
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: 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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: V. 1L, .:,KxTI N0. IUJ! GAINESYILLE, FLORIDA 'VEUX: DAY. SE1''I'EMBER !7, 1905 TEN CENTS A 'VERt

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':,1'.3 PE9PLE' : RETURNING. ATTACK FORTUNE TECUERS. KANSAS CITY BANK; ;.. CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY. TERMS OF TREATY


4.. /**>-1, Several Occupants of the Camp Are Manufacturers Vlalote Laws by Bringing

( Injured by the Assailants. LOSES 1 INDOORSWell Foreign Laborers Here. ARE MADE KNOWN]
; To CRESCENT CITY
ii Milwaukee Sept. 26.-A camp of Itln. New York. Sept. 2 .-After eight

erant Scotch fortune telferg' Its ,Green. months of careful preparation' the

yule near this city was attacked Sun United States district attorney of this

ion'Prevails1hathe' : Fever day night and the occupants so roughly Known Finnn.cialInstitu- district, will, according to reliable ou- Separation Documc; Rra

_V( 'tjT ' handled that one woman sustained thorit,.. cause the arrest of eleven
: tion Goes Into Liquidation. For Ratificar ", .,
;: Bun its
Cqurse.
:, f't1l&s serious 4njurles and another woman heads of manufacturing and contract-

,. t"fi .1. -----' and a man will be conOncwl to their Ing concerns of this city, on writs

"1'm WORLEANe. IS VERY HOPEFUL beds for some time. "" !OEPO3ITS OVER FOUR MILLION charging them with having conspired, TEXT OF PROTOCOL A- S'CNEsI

fc k U-:: ... The Injured are t through the medium an 'employers'

y'ipAr',Cases Ar. Now Und.r Tr..tt. Marguerite Drummond. aged 40. severe 'Notice f Suspension Is Announced, association to violate the contract Treaty Must Be Ratifies r Parisi

.... ,f.' brain. I laws by the Importation of foreign
:- concussion of the ments of Norway and S
,- ymenfThan at Any Tim. Since Aug. and that All Depositors Will Be Dos.
. Alexander Drummond aged 28. holeIn workmen.
;4Ft--tlNtuition at Pensacola Is Very forehead. Paid by Large Trust Company -BaJ; The penalty Is a fine of not less ument Consists of Five aw

ca I-Nine' N.w C..... Anna Drnmmond, scalp wound and Loans Cause of Failure than 1.000 nor more than $10.000. or des .and Thirty Five Cart e
:;i body bruised. Imprisonment for not more than two

: .j: : :;,'Orleans, Sept. 26. Up to nooriwere The Scotch people' have been carry. Kansas CUj. Set!; 2<}.-The Kansas years.It Stockholm Sept. 21; L u;
Oty state bank. Wiley O. Cox. presl. ed Pre M haL Hiicct-t ii)1.,
.v th.re 2O now cases of yet.T.v.r ; Ing on their work In this vicinity for Is understood that the departmentof 4.1
dent failed to open itsdoors today., the text of the pro; '? u
and two deaths.ttN.w Is the
some time and at tho last camping commerce and labor directing
place became Involved In'numerous having gone Into voluntary liquidation, prosecution and Its agents, with the Karlstad Saturday by :
I The bank had loaned to the became a treaty wh..u i
.I Orleans 2C.-Fever cases $1G8OOO
; Sept. Q1tarrel. and personal encounters with aid of secret service agents, preparedthe
bank of Salmon & Salmon and Cline range the terms for tin n u1
than: usual left over from Sun
were Mr. Ram low, who lives near the grove.In case. This has Involved many
U::tfay'"for investigation and the early re. which the fortune tellers. had pitch. ton. which failed lust July catching de. months of Investigation and the keep. the union of Norway t

;{.l'Ort of new cases today was somewhat ed their tents posltors' for several thousand dollars. Ing since January last of four men. subject to the rutlllcat( }
.\ The Kansas City state bank was or. dag and storthing.
Bunder the average. Mr.''Ramlow' son and Frank B. Gel. English tile setters, at Ellis island. It
& duringMhe ganlzed In 1888 and had a capital of The historic docuni" II.
occurred
Two deaths ger, a companion listened to a recital Is upon the veldence of these men.
:.plght" that It seemed probable that f200OOO. The lust statement showed become atreaty ben :e
.0 of the wrongs alleged to have been backed by corroborative evidence that
f ell of loans of 4000.000 deposits, 4750.000, two parliaments con* '
\b. number of fatalities at the II practiced on the father and In their the government chiefly: relies.

::7tbe! day might exceed those ofSunday, wraths dettrmlned to wipe out the I surplus 140000. articles and sub-oTau--

"V 1 \ Generally a biff report of casesoraei hlgjhlauders camp. -Clubs and other I The following notice was ported on CONFESSES TO TWO MURDERS The first article df'u ra-

'> <. on Monday, buta period ha ar the door at the opening: hour today: tlon. the second with :
." mlfsllss were procured sad the occupants
"tlved$ when the doctors are confident were worsted. The two men I "This bank has gone, Into voluntary Negro Held at Birmingham Breaks and the demolition of th< s,

(that the disease will 'begin' toAhow: a who, planned and 'executed the attack I liquidation through the Fidelity Trust Down In "Sweat Box." the third wits relmli'er
;:4 decline mai' break the r/ile That i company. Checks drawn against the the fourth with inter e
: and :'are now In Jail. Birmingham. Ala.. Sept 20-William
bank will be paid on presentation on agreement also provldpuUory -
started.
spas prevailed since the fever Rills a negro suspected of having committed
; the Fidelity Trust company at Ninth half dozen murders in as arbitration bit
: Exe.IlentW.ath.r.. Prevails USED "BLACK HAND" METHODS. a
t .. and Walnut tr"tt.Uey O. Cox, court of ,all dlnputt-H .>\ n
southern states broke down
; ; r1th September practically gone and Beaten president." many of vital interest for t".. ,
'\... rver under control New Orleans 1Jooklng Young Girl Is Unmercifully by when placed in a "sweat box' by the decade with extension
f The Fidelity Trust company which Birmingham police and confessed
ofAh\ Supposed To Be Blackmailers. to
clean
to pre.
a rapid up riCh of ten year un- s ,
Is capitalized ,at $11.000.000. Is consld
: 'fever her. A: spell of excellent New York. Sept. 26.-Irene Oross. two of the murders.. lie says he shota
Availing roni.lIl previous notice is gUm.
one of the t In.
ered banking
girl of 16 found man at Somerset Ky.. 15 days ago.
Weather has set In and as tbs dayp roan. a ,years was tion to abrogate It.
i/: brow cooler there will be alle.dy414- clubbed Into Insensibility In the hallway stltutlons In the southwest.' !. but did not know he was dead until .
: Tile tre&ty' oa
The Kansas City state holds $307,000 provides
told by the police. Hill said that he
of mosqpltoo: ..0 beforefrot of her: home at 642 West One Hundred '
i appearance either side of the from
of the city's
money had been tried and acquitted of murder
In- aud Forty-second street early to-
There Is a steady
; comes. Cox li forever be neutral and 'o' i'l
\ Wiley one of the oldest and in Grcen.me.1188.. The police doubt
A"pour of people from nil sections, the dsy. tlon of the fortress vi" It
beat known men In Missouri lie has .
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this, and have telegraphed- the southern
The attack but of
was a repetition
yttaountry) the general Impression being lived 1nt Missouri'Bine. 1SG/ *.. In 1872 authorities. with the exception of di t
tat the element of risk Is now ..light.can a series of entries Into the residence
: of the fortifications In t 1
cluk'In IhVTKirst
he was
National
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In addition to these he Is said to bewonted
band. which were intended to enforce by the
\Vhat be done by vigorous '
Gyldenloeve ' '
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bank at 8prln l1efcl. Mo., coming to
for murder In Uarnwell
"black hand" methods of county.
payments
yltng under
of fever situation
yelow
a Kansas City In 1881. From 18S4 to remain but which are. not 11
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Rockmart.
money for immunity from attack. De- ;
Cffeaodern: metuods Js shown In the casef
18S8 he engaged In general llnarfclal fortifications.A .
was l lera, Ala., and a place in southern Mis.
r ;.of.Tallulah. Conditions have so muchImproved ginning Friday night a negro visited m
: and loan brokerage: business He slsslppl. The chief of police of Somerset headquarters stair amay
"; that Dr. Chalssagnan rousld the house nightly appearing only to
u organized the Kansas. City State bank be maintained at f' s
will reach here but
today complications
Miss Grossman! and escaping when
'f-rs the necessity no longor exists for In 1888 and has always served! as Its may arise over the deliveryof to the same extent m and Is returning frightened! by her screams. Despite ,
if dots remaining there tiic>nt.In 1896 be bougnt the Kan. erection of the new fur No
pr the
the
negro to Kentucky officer
'" the lookout set for him by the fa-mlty. !
1wme.
sss City Times, a venture that did not extension of the lion' i, 7t
% he succeeded today In. reaching Miss
;. The disease Is principally con-
now prove successful and in 1S 9!9 he sold: of fortifications will b,' p 'Wsa
: Grossman before she had a chance of ACTIVITY AT VLADIVOSTOK.New .
lined to the negroes, and It Is steadily the paper: of the new forts erect. ,>
,'- lea them. In l less giving a warning.The .
rowlng
saraong .
Although the Fidelity Trust com pany kilometers of the oM fo.sslnger.
i-{{than, a month It la expected that there girl's. brother told the police that. hank checks on tho Kansas City Life In Russian City Since Pro. .

,\\\WUI: aot b. a vestige of the fever l left his sister had started for an early clamstlon of Peace.
fur
State bank honored
were MS apresented.
'! rthere. t.v morning walk when she was. attacked. Vladivostok Sept. 2O-The old time SHOT BY WOMAN
there was no show of com
,. That the.stegomyla Is disappearing henrd'her scream and ran Into the mutton and Charles Campbell, vice business activity' of this city has been --

l+ ttrom New Orleans Is shown by the re. hallway where he found her uncon. president of the Fidelity Trust eoml rapidly returning since the proclamation . Man Forced His Way Into Mouse Jood
: off Dr. Berry who Is In charge ofttM scions. but saw nothing of the man. of peace.'
?WOrt. n>', stated taat all checks drawn on Terrified Occupant
Infected district Pr. --rNEGRO The Inhabitants who left here durIng :,*
originally
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the clo'ed bank would be paid on de New Lebanon. Conn., S"
g'ii,Barry aa,.. that for a week ho has ,SHOT BV SHERIFF.Black mand. the troublous time are returning;,. phen M. Crocker a member rt s'n

fonnd none of the fever breeding mo- -- commercial and Industrial life Is resuming at 'ts
Mr. Campbell declined to talk of the known New London family
) laqultoes Brute Attempted Assault' In a and foreign steamers and sailIng 's
In his district. .
f. causes of the close of the bank. medical hospital In a -rtouoas -
H' M l.-ourt'Town. vessels. with freight are already ar.rJvlnC' "I
'; The most favorable feature of the a result of a pistol ..h '
. Bt I.ouls. Sept. 2 0.nf'Kro' ate Forty-five foreign steamersare of
-report for the past 24 hours for New while he was terrorizing the '
temped, to assault the wife of Deputy Pollc. Stop Church; Riot. expected from Hong Kong and
"Orleans Is the small number of bum a -
i{ persons Sept. George Mindless at their
Adams Mas 2C.-A longstanding I
HIM-riff A. J, Shores at Clayton last 8b.nK'hal'soon.
t o"Jp Aown to.be now under treatment 288.Tala .
. night and w.abot by Shoreand dlstsgrtwnwnt between parUhoners The municipal authorities have received city.Late 's
\ I* the smallest number since Aug. r
last night Crocker
of the 8L Stanislaus (polish)
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.' authorities ba My wounded. Inquiries from thirty Amerl ur
.. aad Jtivea hope to the In '
Dlndles home pushed ps-
and the ller.
church here pastor M. F.
The shooting Attracted" a crowd of can firms concerning the acquirement .
Hhelr work of speedily stamping out the
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fUndI. i
flat vant and met Mrs.
Ko culminated In at
| ythowlcs. a .
.4.....: n.o.rrotn the congregation of a 'or business quarters at Vladivostok. Hindis r r
Miss Stella
The traveling men nf New Orleans, negro church, who attempted to lynch the church doors during high mass. Japanese firms are''also coming la and daughter. ..OC'n\ x 4
Stone were thrown and the police refusal to speak to him
the negro Robert Taylor but werep..vt'nt..d. are preparing to leas ground on whlca a
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of whose, theta are several hundred.are their for several hours he bad >* J
forced draw revolvers be
were Jo
large entertainment, and Taylor was safely' landed to erect buildings. Russians also are
arranda a
mire peace WAS restored. The U Is" st lulled state of terror.
. 11\. funds from which will be con t ribnitr.l In jail.TVptuy. parishioners marched to the edl organising companies to deal in fu Mrs. BindleW''tried to get f't '!a'c-
x1 Shores had alighted from a eastern products. I 1
the hospital. .
to I'l'OJ'OMCIlaoIaUoA flee In a body>> and attempted to displace phone to summon her hn tis
start car and woman'sscream
I U Is probable that the 'date of the en- hearing a but Crocker Interfere"
collectorwith
: the regular col.lectors police
,' and seeing. a rushing Italian Bureau established. I
xtertalnmpnt will be at the Anal eradication negro .'c tw'
of their own. Captain of Police Mrs. Bladless. about 4
of the fevrr. be fired and the negro lell. New York. Sept. 26.-On rvcotnmen.datlons J f
\ Curran and several officers, who morning went to b"r husbanand
loiter he discovered
It waa his own by Count Sayband Maslgllla '* r r
wife whom the negro had seized as hd been summoned were forced to the Italian consul general three large secured her auJbaad' .. '*
? Situation at PinsOeela. six her draw their clubs and dispersed the to protect l *r elf. As be r* >
: was on way from a neighborhood Italian charitable societies la this city t

PeoAiicoU, Ms., Swpt. SO.-Two new .'.it. lie found her In a faint crowd __ have united for the purpose of eth.IlsalaK the vtalrs she SAW Croc.:-

; .vcases of yellow twrr have be.a rport.d lying on the sljowslk, Estranged from Wife; Killed Self. a bureau which will Investigatealt her daughter and In hr n"
by the .t.1H. health board since 4o'clock the revolver she held west '
I New York Sept. -Assenting re- complaints made by Italians and *
.- dart ul II,ht. making a total for No Extra Session In Alabama.lUnnlaghaua. Tnccantly to listen to:>> one last word all Injuries done to Italians anywhereIn er turned on Mrs. lUadle: ft!

.' Sunday til no.Thirtytwo. Ala.. 8i*. ?tU- -U looks from her husband front whom she was the United States. Tb* bureau straggle the weapon wt.

r**+* are now onset very much as If there will be no special estranged, Mrs. Henry Koch pressedher will have the broadest possible scop' again sad the ballet ent

treatment. Toe tears are scattered session of the general ....mbty.aa er yesterday to tam speaking tub and .wilt bring to the attention of the Inflicting a wound that prot.

A:\-all over the city. was some limo ago Intimated by leading from the vestibule of the ap rt. govvrnmettt at WAhncton! all matters cause his death.

l 1i.#::,.; T9 death. from yellow: fever t'RClotted Governor .1.1_.. who suggested that aa meat house >when she"' tired In Rast which may Involve latornattoaal Inquiry.

at SO o'clock tai. morning, the extra session might be called by him New- York. A sscoetl. later she MareS Sta.d eM Beat Ne7'' a

*- >Yct1ms being Jack (...DI.... who eras for the distribution of the state's surplus a muffled report and sprsag hack with \V1tlUmsUM. W. Va flBrtsaklac

t, .t taken 111 8..t ::7. actl John ... Wilson to ,th* ecitool*. The big surplus a cry of fear. Hurrylnx down stasis Crew., M ....> In, Bess Jen.Ctrc Into the city is t.a

; Whose ras. was diagnosed .a yellow reputed- to exist. Is.now thought not to th. woetaB trial br haa&aad lying .. MKL Ikpc. 1C-sB.v.ral hea armed masked mob of "w.rs' .
(.ver tirpt 21, expressions dreg' 4"tocal.a to the ... v..ate.ath aa- 0iH't'a
,JI' be and 'ptiblla ., of optslaahere oath v.atlDate> ttour. shot through the took mt )& ,.i.nrvtag

04 haw' b.... ........17 agalast 'an b.at Tea sslautes lat<< th. doctorsPrwweao.d anal roavati4Mi. of the NeAtoasJ Aact.atta . oat eUty dr tJSHMW ->" j0'-

N.jrrs llfoesan Cause "of Merder.f extra IIU,",. It is now believed- that. ;kim ...... of bre-w matter had ajrrit'ed lathe Batter, TsJrta UTkosaaa _.

New iVork, dept.-la a .lsarnl l lb sr>v.r.or JeUK bas MMue4 pabllu opts: A ---- city before the boar set for the ..ct.-,.. la- ea ..

.tw siVvro. white men \ ver the att ton ..atdeetlt''o'1It; la the -t'CA- Ne r/Kttla: White Alan opealag of U. coeaveatioa today prtaoaer. arroaa the river '. a .e

.e41ostt"stsr&egro womaa, muter Urs. sad he...:via .. call the extra Jf.-9IQI'h";'. .,'I't_,,. Sp. -:..-.JtmawH Levity :sta\*. ta tM TJnitea states LaIe.pre.ewte. vm tauUtac. J&m tato wil: )pJ ..

t' was Ut night U Oysle .aaloa, ,ljlartlaN'; )---....,," that It Qtgee,' man. U dad at Rives.. and between 44 mad x59 nTnasi Lorera aatll h* *" ..

i lilts. ,,was, Jola Marray. a .was 'ge ry ,eVsMMMI .ttl..w. '.'... ..>.....i...... 'tSt+ ";,*9eet. ssa pistotMvrrell. delegates are tee*** for. 'Ahsg8a"pnltisbasry bly ...... t1htA p'taosen. wer+
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THE DAILY. SUN: GAINESVrLLK FLORIDA. SEPTEMBER 27, 1905 .
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, IEUTES WILLOBSERVE I BUILT UP HER HEALTHSPEEDY I
Bat the Tails a A *le.r cad nitThe


EVENTS CURE OF MISS 608DEla Were doot: ID>itetRtaaIIV'. hldla.f"tl of an EnjjLUhrtatlottcil aettte4 regiment a .letter Stock in the Emma Gold Mine a


; la lade WU toy Lydia X. Ptnfc.bama from bl- ta.ijr" incloainr Ions overdue ?
abl Compound, and Vi the price today is the b-l and safe.t , ,... ... .. y
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s Yom Kippur Will % re account and '>'ncludbie with a pollt mtk
and :
YMT : Writ** gratefully to Mr*. Plnsrnam. JOllul.al"t..r" the debtor's state otfalih.
in Gainesville. 1 *- 4 mi-i i.* opened and erects the dump !I' t. t .
Observed : Tlt'! -.i,>vboue' replle thus .
bt For the wonderful belp that she haa inlit > it a .jifand sound investment.V .

found MIsH Corr.lade, ass D:. Chicago ,' "I base n ",'h"our bypuctitlcalletter e\-.y Ills) invested in stock w.. sill i..u- < . ..
.pJRTANT., OCCASIONS! Avenue Chltfojro, HI.. beUsves it her 'I: hoinr.g that Lam in a good state I..t i.d <' curing the investor from any possible h"h4.t( ...

w0 t duty to write the following letter for of health Hear. then 'what youcbinccs I ..e quid bond are. as safe a* Government Hoitd
Time of publication, in order that other women of t: \ living Ions enough totK'
Represents the Ue" kouM !like 10 hear from you if you could l he nit ', .'w I .
forr In the be able bill attend a
afflicted same way may to iayour are. I
Gladness. While the I flr.t-(?.a*" investment absolutely safe, and one with the br.gP.t.... ; p ., s
"and as!!!lduouly cholera case la the
every .
,lee p..t"I.n.t fut'ir*> of any gold, mine ever opened or dicofereti y. ,
''s the Most Solemn ProblemLater camp, and 1 am making smallpox a l>.-ar the driest sisvesttatlon and *. wuuld like t".get you uisrnl. > t. .
.aith. Rx special .tu..'' 1 swim .."eo.monalol: particulars for the men" asking.
td,. Hebrew Y In a lake xiv.t"tulnjc with alligators. 't

DC date of the month of a recent nt"a-.k on a hill fort I went
1%. RIFE $ COFFMAN
sad the opening day of .. to f-/p | svltti the for rn hope and was one at c r
kc r 1 the three wt returned"' unbounded
"".r ct.race to of the mo*t Imant Tomorrow u'korulnjr 1 shall HO unaoconitanleT Brokers. St. Clair Building Marietta Ohio.

*.-rTance In tbe ,JewUh' 'TTRM and on foot Into the Jungle

:'." P are the New. Year or: and vnlt for the man eating tigress as Semi usa postal for full information. Mint\3

1'th. us. and the Day of Atone-; cuTv b" return It" nt IK-dawn the who to her falls cave 1 shall and within joo) feet of iht' Emma have paid as hicrh* as

, ,ti "f Y m Kippur. : spend my lease In the fever. haunted 4O per cent in one .\"t"'ar.Yutch the Emma \tii1N

[U.1.,rrnr represent* the time of I Ifll" Jungle. following, op big same, and If I anti its div tlcntl '
survive tint: I shall cool myself after
:1 I .. and g'adnetp! eommemotf -!
Its heat l<> Joining a party to ascend

.Be of thejgreatest!: victories of Corn Goode the penk of twaUxlri.. whose now
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slate the. latter. I i. the most slopes and glaclors are! as stiff as yourprtct -
,..* 8a3T.A. LILHID IB(" w ,
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benefited she Miss Goode ta
aa was.
faith and tr
the Jewish ,
co t tmod in president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn The doctor eventually returned home

.yTT d ..llbf..ioJ: and religious Tennis Club of Chicago. She write" .: In safety nnd the tailor's anxiety, and H.F.OUTTON&CO.HKALKKS

In fact both days, as I.tomarJ :Dear Mr*. Plnkham.1 :- hi* bill wee" both settled. .
"at.41I.: !
'* tried many different remediea to try to
all Jewish observance boW which bad become rundown
r with op ray: system I IN-
" from lost of proper rest and unreasonable JVM|.... nf Itmmmtmmrr. III*.
: rfoicded on religious tenets, and boors,but nothing seemed to.IpJh- "Talk of u oman'a, jealousy of her
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/ plus tndarpropriate expressiun bam'Mother Vegetable ta a great Compound advocate of for'female trow- htnlwrul.. said a physician of long Sea, Islao..d:: COttcxiar

nth ,f ( emrfttt Dies, having used it herself BOTOA year* ago experience: : in Now York. "It I I.* nothing
make its appearance' is witb great *QOC BM. ISo 1 began to take It, c-.ml..1, K her Jealousy. of another
\ to Sea Islaml Cotton SH'!tl. }J1ngging uml Twine. Walrua
able
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and in tern than a month wan to beaut woman's thronlc ailments. Half :i
e }ray's, rr Rush Hasbona. which of bed and out of door*, and in three month Leather in
Sitlt.'
the doctor would starve It It were Strips or .
at .00..' on September 1 was entirely"! well Really I hare never felt
.men-* mo:>>strong and well as 1 hare sinoa"No not for the pr" -ilence of Illne9eii' that
ends with sunset on Septemr3C -
_k, aDd medicine ha such a record are purely im.iginary. Of course, It "
It willfmark the commenceot cf cures of female troubles as has Lydia I IE. does<< not dr for us to tell a woman Manufacturers of thu James Doig Improved 1 English

.if the Year 5666 of the Jewish IMnkham's Vegetable Compound. I who bas firmly made tip her mind tbat Sea Island Cotton din aml upplir*; for Snme.GAINESVILLE. "

aJar Women who are troubled with pain she I 1111 III flint she la not ill. In nine "
ful irregular menstruation backache FLORIDA. USA '
n. relrbrstton df New Year among or rar out of ten she would loe her
bloating (or flatulence), leucor-
Jvw marks a calendar anomoly, temper| stud .'Un"ult another doctor.
> rhcea. falling, inflammation or-Mlceration .
hough easily explained and readily of the uterus... ovarian troubles* Among certain women Invalidlsm
day faintness icdigv tion. nervous gives them a ..1I.UnctioD.hl"b Is
i.r+trmd The New Year's proatra- ABSTRACT REALtY COMPANY
o H tn the ,Tenth month of then Von, or the blue, should take Immediate gratifying to theirt love. They may & J
action to wand off the serious consequences literally lx r.ij to 'enjoy poor health:
,
h cslmdar. called Tishri. iustead .
and be restored"' to perfect They look for the doctor's visit to
. l>i*.on, thitr month. I health and strength by taking' Lydia 12.Pinkhain'a them or their call at his Rice ss the I l1ooropox.te41E. )

Th4" rUkJO for this I.i the fact they Vegetable Compound. mot oxcltlnvr event of tbe day If
E. VOYLE. MGR.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women .
I the end of tbe long .
commemorates i they know him well enough they Implore
her for advice. She lisa
to write
Ij guided '
Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished. lands t. .
try ILK period during which tbe thousands to health. Her experienceIs I, him to waive professional ..U. regarding this .

.j. plc if larel! were held In bondage. very great, and she Rives the benefitof queue and tell them about ailment county Oar manager has lived. in this edtintv thirty year sad
. stand in need of other women who consult htm. Women I is thoroughly eonveriant with laad titles.
, Leri11eus the admonition of theto it to all who of wiN -
, )lo.r. I i. found commanding counsel. Address, Ly un. AI.... of this tlcnrrlptlon-and they are e

j i Mtbli.hment of a new day of com- -------- -- - -- ---- - .- l4"atlon-llln.. a erasing for martyrdom" E.: E. va :EJEEL SFIRIC
'which doctoring an Imaginary Illnessseems ..i.. .
oration on the third day of the THE NEWS FROM MELROSE.
l..tOarIO'ew .
to York Tltn .
nth month and the great prophetier AOOIDSNT. HUROLARY AND INDEMNITY INHUKANCK. a.,...
number of prominent' A mar lean and English companies' .
sentinff a
Interesting Meeting of TemperancePeople :
jf l Irae| made this great cele* The tree ter__.
REAL K8TATK AND CITY WAN
lion ,he commencement of the Jew- -Other Notes. There wa a certain old :10'...w. Kng- r.
Ga.Ln.evLJ.Le: : : r e .U9.aTids
Metro :ht. The temperance Und nilnl.t *r who ha l a blunt of twG.S.MERCHANT&
'par September way __ ___. _. ._ _ _.__ . _w _._. .... .
be th Pentateuch is read during the rally for 1'utnam sod Clay getting right at the bottom of thliiK.

lif inn* cervices held on this day and counties held at the town hall on With a iw>leiiin air he announced from CO.
thtl pulpit one day that a button had
mprt. are blown a* they have been Thursday, p. m., was well attended.Geo. k
tw M) found In the rollpc"tton.Qnl,
It'oIBM 1111 in the long thousands of year \V. Rile presided. and yi*> principal one Indlrliltial In the church could have Retailers and Jobber la s

V the divine command wa 'r.ns. speaker. n.... J. D Kendrick of |lean guilty of this trick" Le. said "and

'uf'd t tJ; *(II.w.! giver of the Jewish Lake City and L !H. Lynn of I'alatka. I ktiMll t"1IIof't..t thin j>er.on to replacethe "

tie made some" very. excellent point in button with a coin. \fter servicea Staple. and Fancy Groceries

; Ten Java nfter'the New Year comes favor of the temperance ca.". aurl1ll..r of the t'hnr. h IIWH N| up to ,

Oe y of \toriementorYom\ Center Using the culprit Mini' naked "How
Kippur. The Webb cottage on street
and
rain lanfon s. FartlHzars.OfJTIt
d three llil y.'i know I was the mauT "1 didnut .. .
loterveuing days are called a.l being much improved and will b!

IVnitrnti! Days. Yom Kippur I.I.In. occupied by Ur. 1Idhe in the .k.o" MUld the clergyman "Hut SlUt HQUAKE. i i i OAINXHVILLK. FLOUlDa ,4
.. you maid only one |I..n vnnM have 1.
i IF *, olemn
period of the Jewishr near future done It," .7u"t IUI," wee the reply, Highest market price/ I'ald for Chlekens. Isgp aDd other rrt/duae
and ,. the time when ,Jews ask Mrs.) K <>. Parker and htby are ...i.. Twii iH'n on* meld not hare put tbe ,

It Nlln' .if rtnl and man. fI icing her mother, Mr. J. Moore. same button on the plate"CASTOR I A Compute stock ot Hay, (Jon. Oat. Floor, Bran Neal Cotton Heed Maa> ;,

'I. d'ring the Yom Kippur time Keiffer "pear. are still being shipped- and W. handle only the VKKY BKMT goods at the LOW. 4%

A 111.. .o *mu observance commem- although the r..lurn. art not very. sat I Ell? PKfCEH. and guarantee .tlsfaetlon always. ;

ntit* f the dead take place and all 1 isfactory.Mr. IAFor .. -- --

M "i e hil flJ, in Israel fast during a pe- and )ins( ... rf. Carrier have returned .

t its 1 "? "tenty.fonr hours. from A.hetitle. NO ; al.q Infants and Children. Gainesville & Gulf Railway CompanyTHE

a 1 ..h ,I.* i Jo ,.1 t I,..with observed the. r.ce. both oeeao Mr. K .'. Ford and family from Calls The Kind You Hau Always Bohi

in this etty. a* fornia.
FRUIT & ROUTEOF
VEGETABLE
.w.' population) of Gaioesville At a special council meeting heM: on Dears theSignature

1 a f .' area* loyal to their religion Thursday. M f>. Baldwin war. elected ofTHE FLORIDA.Time .

tot he ..,.rid.) to fill the unempired! term of co..neil-
.. I Tabl.In.set Hpt.rribev :'J4t Port..
vice 11'.1 VogHbtch. resigned.The .
IS Ex TENDiNG--USNESS. man = .-- -. -...,......_ .. a...
street committee wa Instructedtoeseure DOG'S COAT. --

., Bet.. :.. Fih Company Will Cstab- bids for mending weed, and sidewalks submit i Brs.I It. Vet O:-N.t ""% ..!. 11. If' T.. 'INn. t. :fo. S. No.l. I I Nn a {
the
VIle 1" ,'4h.Camp"'ville at Gulf Fish Hammock. and the same removing at the neifregular, meeting' In this Couutry taa.t" Calendar Is .......Kr-KlitaWI. V.Mab I Daily j Daily. I 1'tTATiUNM Dally. 'I 1)e'1" .

Company of f
,
':' hi.. October> SM. .w writi: ".:"".. rarvful 1 frwlluc I
Ch...er I.
'eb manager I will not gives a doc. ot that glow
's rd ..*' b-en engaged in the fishing Dr. Finn's Testimony l"t.r.'K. which. I. such a sure sign of health It Ie 1' ..II". A" ''A,. I'M' et' PM .

It MaehuaSink for the past !),. Thonia Finn of Ilooncboro, ado be I I" continually wabe| with op std 8 0' ,I... ..... ...._....l"ate.14.. ..... ..i...... 1si . . . '
J.6rollh' great tuecess. Rods the medicine for 3J water Owiver. wise allow their due I E li, .. . ... ... ...1"1-.1.... . :JII.: .e. wr
*s Ilr**I that who h.. practiced ;,,::1" . .#.. . .. .. .Dua..rYaD ...... . 'J 10 .... .
P"1"* the supply from year, say he ha used every prescription to llv. In I be a.uu..r are forever wa n- 3r1\: .. . .. ._.. . ....,..tbatd...... . 9 taI \ . . s
'I. In.dfOqaatp.Dd.* a eon- known to the prife..ion for treatment leg the wnrtrbed aulnial and furv.rroujpUIn : au I. . .... M........ Hlell........_.... :7 u1
' .X ,U decided to establish. of kidney and bladder disease, that bis red 1s l ruining out. . i tar. .. ._... ........ .1I.8.0.too .. ,' I 6&
'I
r a pat Gulf Hammock five The oftetier tb. don U washed and . 4(51 ... ...j.... . Mk ropy . : 14') ,,
F>'" r I e t from sod says be has never found anything srrtibbnt" tb# more will bt* rust Uav.. 4 l IU i. ... .. . . Ta.e.a 1 ao
s Otter Creek, which so effective in both chronic and acute Its trail and the deader aid duller willIt 4 II b: . . .. .. . .'Klrt.ood. . . . 1. .
il' *hitping point. kidney and bladder trouble a. Fo ley's luofc. Tb l.ealU atnl growth of a 4 iiu: l ... .. .O. .. .... aIU
*. le realize| the Importance Cure It Irregulariliv salts 4 3r. r. . .. ... .., .W..blQ&a,, ...... a 10 . .
Kidney atop does oust depend entirely| on a
I. tt r. 'k u.du.try in his 'tlJ . . ..1.. ......Rnell' point .. .... a2.
vicinity.h .. ..J.V.. the
and builds op the whole .m. gal nil from tb skin. A't..o as ..0 I . .
.
tat'' V .taef'd the demand U )McColIum A Co. dos Ie) wa.b .J *o often U tt- oil washed 1 txLvk e w I .. . ..Naln.avlll.t .j'jpy lu38Ar

'::il.! dispose of five eax- - out and *o nuxb u>or. I* tb. d.- e a) L1" ,s..... . . .U..1. u ... ft M IA

1 .;6' Ir he could get them. C..-. .:,.... trwtUwi of the .-- II. due were I e ItO I. 06 .. . .__ .. (....1'11. . ... .40 3t
1. ". fl.h to po nl. all over What I* the correct. color for ea t5' t.naab..a every day for flee tit ten n ln< 7 (JI t'7 12 : __ 'h.lt.. . ... 1a3 922 .6
A* y .,hMai .. related. to the color of the oaUl ate against a. wl| a* with the groan' ', 1 IhAr, 7 lit I. . wsTpe.n City . ... 2Q ti 1ftII

eyes ta turn question which has tern answered bl. ro.it would. not oolr h.,e a it .ter. e fII' lao U . ...1..'., H, H. t ,. . .60..0) aI
II . .. . .
OMPLCTEO. HOME. as follow: A black cat or .tee. : bat would re... to distribute" itself| all : : :: . I 4. S46' wi... t'Ity, g .:. I.:'I 1"7 IH 'p "7 47 h' ,

A known a* -bloe" cat should bate *ver tb* plarw exrpt for a very snort i. . .. . . . . .1 I St p..TaU.!....... 1t..A.L.. ... 14A .. .. .
Has Oe. of the Prettiest amber or orange eyes. White rat nn.t ti)*3e ottff or twtrw year lia-dr' . .11t: flu) a ...V.Wwta. t!. .. 1 I.. 4 IlJ $20 I '.

a a' HouNf C.Ifte."I. bas.* bio eye*. ebl : cbUla. green' though. this, rq.'a1alr lass a .r Ir q1atlD. .1. : . .. . ..M a; # fI )I..u.", O. d1. .. . . III.. l la 40 a; ;

. I J heat,* are p rnjJ."lbl*: oraa<*. cream tent Oft '1Mt.n&e sysrer' helps the H'7 f1 a. 7ba pi ___. U.n... C. of o..._ a::: a Oil ,
,\'now. pottaasUrr. or fawn cats must ..*... oranc or has*! blo..1 elreuIatMs. by ibM the d>x...ti'u. . . .. ..jar AII Ar r III I L9 A Ii z..,.. I' M IJ'-

peat quarter of a *alary a ". and M* Ui.. gvoeral' .....1&-
: amok. orao eye --
"aID eyva jf) .
"U"i .
to a 'Cep believes in UT- ----- - - - - -- -. ---- - TrsJac t and 4 do not ran bel.*.*) n.J..III. sad '..d.W on HL. "sudaytf. "

") r threw demoastrawd la Ute J!:. HA=>rlR. O...ral dup' ........,. J. T. HILL AAs1.-11l
months. If ha 'ills. In health.
e soerectlag Keep good :
. .
4 :
on Booth Oak Curs )curconsilp fion. Get rid r ppp .
\\n
of tb. r :
haadaoeoe.t
a..s of your biUousecs flare daily
ii'... uroetares- 1a I" .611''.
.te tnorcmcntll o? lids boreltt: Use I
.pooc" to more lau t lsj ? .
c JY
a a few Aycs' Plils. Can yot? w+ hl i
days sad will ltd.a .
*c 3 B..a fn...... ..., ..- fo. .' ,?
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.. Jf TAW TRAIN, ; .- I I GAMe'' IS' PLENTIFULIN BLUM

: : CHARLES &
THtSEABOAHD CURES: WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS CO
; GULFJAMMOOK
,t'f' a... Coulllit S7"'P T.... CorwS ,
') , U.e I. I.me. .old bi druee'ua. I It DEALERS |:>

Train With Fifty TWo' Can and t.. :.. ...... Huge Bear Captured and Almost Y J Whiskies Woes

Two Engine ;Passed City. Killed a Young Calf. ,
\WID -
lv1ADe and Liquors

fJ NEARLY: A .'HALF-MILE LONGIt POPULAR PEOPLE MARRY. HOTEL WILL SOON OPEN
, J
-
Noar 517.519
I. Two Young; People Who.Mny Are and I
,Show.:That Popl of Ihe State Are Greeted by Many frl.nds. i Under New Management Will be .

.. Again Irl GOod'Condition., and That Conducted on an Up-lo-Dat Seal*. : -' BAY STREET
.
\ The marriage tit Charles Victor Ma r.A; {
':or: . Thy are Pro p.rous-On. of Long. Kin' .try' and Mice Jtinie Taylor occurred FUhrmn: and Hunters Coming ': WHISKEY

t :t.**t"Train*"for Yars. at the First Presbyterian Church in After Game-New Fishing; Camp. "t-..& JACKSONVILLE,

':}...I Probably ai ', the. longest\ and aeavl-.t this city at 7 o'clock... wellet Tuesday stud morningand Gulf Hammock S.rpt. 25 Autumn S ON G0.. FLORIDA.
was one of the most
q ,freight" train ever carded through la here as everything denotes. The

{;}, ,OalneeUle.lther before or since then up-to-date .events in the m.trlmonlal wild flowers are in bloom afid the Agents for Pabst Milwaukee leer
line that has transpired In Gainesville
:fatalfrees. In comnfer- bright, little yellow butterflies are flitting -
j which date. a
: Export bbl. 10 do- $11 do. $1.29
for,some time. pr ; per
+tJo';'Mal.way the existence of our State The friends' of Mr. Mcldinstry' and about from bush to vine in such amerry Blue .>u..per bbl. 1O dos. 412; per dos, f I.BO
that it makes life worth
4 SPs5 that which pawed south over thek'ifjsaboard way
i '> Air Line. Tuesday afternoon. Miss Taylor' have been anticipating for the tiring jut to look upon the merry Jung's Cincinnati Red Heart leer.
some time this delightful function
: ? 'The train. was one of thu longest and which was the result of the large at* little insects and M" ""rers.Mrs. Per bb... 10 do. fQ; per do*. 91. j
; -i jbavle I} .t ever pulled In the State;corn.priiing Louis Thorn" of 3raokouville
tendance notwithstanding the hour '
t flfty-two cars, two engines and baa taken charge of the Gulf hammockhotel \tfe .,.
was early.Tbe pny: freight or express charges
:5'eaboae, which made a train nearly a for the winter and will put new :

". l'N, <'al.mtl. long. fj church was handsomely decor life In the old house. Mrs. Thomas. on t* e lollo,, ing liquors:
ated In floral designs and those present
: j, ,:' Another astonishing featuretof this will have chambermaid, f'oolr. and
< the designs in exclama
-, b {/'rain was the fact that every car! was appreciated. general help that aro ..o badly needed LEWIS 1866 Away bove Everytfi.n.: )In
lions of .
r,,,'I,fithr full or partially' loaded and enjoyment.The here and Gainesville' people can count the Whisky Line:
attired In
bride was a traveling
'."S.J was consigned from forty-seven differ on. being well fed and roomed when 4 full quarts . . . ;5 ,
dress of silk octoroon brown while
.),"" .at point. In the United State to the come down to kill a Gulf Hammock
; full >
the( groom wore the conventional black. 12 quarts . . . .l : 7BLUM'S
: 1 J. Gainesville l and statiorts on the Cedar deer
When entered under the strains
;,Ky and Early Bird divisions of the8aBoard. they II. O" Caela and a colored man MONOGRAM 10 Years Old

:r k if Meodelaiohn's wedding march it while oul. hog hunting lat Tuesday, 4. .full} quartR . . . . 4 .
natural that all should be
2 The Seaboard is enjoying' an excel turned wn them. eyes found where a large bear had jut 12 full quarts _. . . .1:j If..
\f ,lent freight and paiienger traffic now upon caught and crippled a calf. The bear
Rev. Thos. P. Hay of the First Presbyterian EARLY TIMES Pure Sour Mash
:? #i which. Is evidence that the State I.L i I. had ru'L the calf some little distance Whisky:

prosperous. The day' has passed when Church performed the ceremony before he overtook. It. The calf was : Mottled In Bond Under Uovemnifiit :hula| .i, i hit/h.

'.ftbe l' people are dependent upon what In a very appropriate manner.At down helpless. badly bitten throughthe 4 'ull quarts, del . . 4''
+ the conclusion of the service and lI.r4
I
";: ever may' "turn up" for a living. The after the congratulations of friends shoulder and neck. There i* not H( full quarts . . . . :. .
t farmers and fruit growers are doing a bear dog in the fI.mmoek..u "Ur'erhear" "
Mr. and Mrs MoKlnstry for Jack 12 full quarts .'. . . 1BLUM'S '
'f well the merchant prospers, and as a I roams around at will. This calf
t! whole the State la In the best commercial I onvllle and point. on the East Coast i was caught within mile of the post-

condition It has ever been. where they will spend their honey : office, so w.. will tend a Vtandinginvi- 1866. SYLVAN GLEN, 7

Florida' II not. only' In a healthy' com moon. ; ttttlon to Sheriff Feonell to come down Years Old;, J}

p merclal condition, but the State Is The groom 'Is a son of Dr. and Mrs: JF.MeKinstry I with his eat dog and have a bear 4 full quarts 8 20 J ;
Sr. and
in very prominent -
and
growing rapidly population vacant hunt.
here, being engaged in the mercantile 'I K full quarts 4 50 ;" r
lands are being taken up and culttvated Misses Brenner and Tonnerlier are ) ;

., everywhere. People from 0th..r business. The bride is one of Gaines at the hotel .II6'lnlC. Mr..Thomae in 12 full quarts l> 00 + ";

States are becoming to. recognise ville's fairest young ladles, a daughterof arranging/ the house for the October ( ;,
the advantage offered here and are Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Taylor and has opening. SHERIDAN CLUB: N

r' > availing themselves of the opportunity many' friends In this city who will' wish I Wagons from the pine woods are 4 full quarts ... . . . 2 75 if '

'r', '"to come to Florida' and live with ease her well ________ coming in pretty oftxH for their fall ri full quarts . . . 4 00 .. i

;..; "Dd luxury with less exertion than Inoth.r FACULTY RE-ARRANQED. supply of fish This I I. a great place 12 full quarts . . . . 8 oo ,11'1'1

.. :: places. This does nut mean that for hunters income every fall for game

: ,they will probably not have to work as Gainesville Graded and High School and tI.h.Th {
j y' Ih.rd. but the harvest will prove so Now Complete. We ae dealers in everything ii\ the f.' j
Oaioevllle Fish withJ.
Company,
much more proliflo. with the same la. Liguor line Whiskies, Gins / ,,11
;-f! i
After carefully considering the mater 1.. Ohe.*t-r manager are putting in

,,.. 'bora. -- --__ Principal. N. Sheats of the Uni one hundred und sixty of Ca,*er. patented RUIn and Wines from .1' /. "'.i;
"
.. A TREE ADORNED. varsity High School has placed every th trap, bfnitles having severalmn 1 .no to 6 00 ,per gal. '

teacher and the following is the result employed' to fish with net. Theyare

t .A Spider Weaves a Beautiful Silken .. re-arranged yesterday : going to haul their fish to Otter

:r- Web About Its Trunk. W. N. Sheats. principal ; Tom F. Creek: and *bi|) from that point.H. -

; At the south end of.K"st Main street \IcBeath. vice-principal ; Mrs. C. C. Waters and O. Waters returned

fi. .stand a good>stsed' wild olive tree Powell assistant high school ; Miss home Thursday tram a business trip to THE ALACHOA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. he.
,
i,: which Is about two,,,feet In dlametyr, Mary O. Bridges eighth grade ; Mr. Kvlntton. They moved into the ham

r\ and apparently In a healthy oaodl&l n. W. 1-. Coffey', seventh grade ; Miss mock In August trOUt ?'::::.... and are ESTAnr.JsnF.O ie.

It was noticed .few days ago. that this Annie DaCosta. sixth grade ; Miss hewing themselves out farm in Gulf The question

tree.was adorned.with a network that e\na} Shannon fifth grade ; Miss lIammo k. 1Ve, welcome all uoh people Render reliable cervices of every sort nloni; t zto
.. Miss Title the Land Title in the Stain of Florida pertleuterllAlachua \
surpassed the faajbus liattenburg lace L. Lewellyn fourth grade ; h !re. __ __. of county.
for flnens and oa Inspection' It was fannle Moli to-h, third grade; .
,
-- - -
first consideration
Miss Florence Ball, vecoud grade Not a M....n.*r DOy.A
discovered that spider badwoven ; rarrhrtt:
;; a a SPECIALTIES Abstracts of Title IJ Tax Sale
the
beggar arcuMttil 1.IIIU' on
Wb around thentlre trunk of. 418 Mabel Sanchez, Unit grade ; Mi*. for t'urrit'.the
floe XwnRcldnl Land Owners 1'laU r
,. street the other day ami poured out a Agent far ;
Sallie Zatroaer assistant in first
the tree from the ground |o the limbs, tale of woe. to which the gentleman investor.Tewbe, Etc.Referenced:. .

.a distance of some 12: or 15 feet. The grad. patiently listened. Then lie. took out a ., -- -- -- -
trunk la completely. covered Mesdames Maretta Brooks and Truss hi which that if f
satire card bearing name was First National of Oainr
with hls.fln silken net and It looks enby will. be in charge of the mtisle.Phe of a well knowu philanthropist who Dutton A Co., Hanker Bfnk

very odd. the web extending on some Instructor of the commercial de- contribute largely l to an organization'

of the branch >srtment I. yet' to be supplied.Got working' for the relief of the poor.
n7a
_._ - This he banded to the man after writ
-- ---- ------------ -
-WI The work speaks well for the inslu-
Off Cheap. Ing an Introductory note tbereen. The Spelled Wltfc m "V.M H.rr.h.
he
try of the solder a* certainly must
beggar turned away with disgust written Frank Millet'. baby warn cJirlatened nuirrl.l t.n mbt'UeveJ '
St. P@ter-You
been during the He wall think he hat got off
have busy summerdayt may
on hU. face and the parting remark In London when Hutton and Lawrence Fair 1TP.. -"< Spirit
early and quite late. Hut he heap who. after having contracteddonMipatlon '
I u
: Barrett were present. The child was -Yon may t"OUIn.. but y">u r
probably never locked at the clock or' Indigestion Is still able -Say. d'ye fink 1 got time to beat It to be named Lawrence, and Barrett to spend eternity with the Bn r

one during the ,'time and at lat I to. perfectly restore his health aoth up to dat joint? I'm too busy workln spelled It out "Lawrence." aa hi* name married,. _

reached the top. An example of per : log will do this but Dr. King's New dl. pike to, waste me time dat way. was .pened.! Hutton Immediately. corrected -

-...,.po.. _ ___ ___ .. Life Pills. A quick pleasant and oer Wet d'ye t'tnk I am-a_ messengerboys"N.w I him with Laurence." aa his WASHING-' WITHOUT WATE:
ain cure for he.daoheon.llp.lon., York 'I1m I own name la apelled. And they aJtbatI -

;q Notice to the Public.Ua etc, 33c at all drugstores; guaranteed. I ed this at each other, to the amazement .".. .1 tl aWthat
and after October l.t. (9)G. our -- Her Tv.*jk.l.. I of. the pariah clerk till Mr. Millet U Like Trr" 1.art Iles'.'.,

r pctlva eompni' will require con Board for Students. MAh how I love to bear your daughter topped them' with the remark that .r
,1 '" lAId Arch! be waited In I the father hare Did you ever Tmali
stag. aa ought to something tory .
sign.* M onload all cars consigned to 1 have had several applications for tt em.elree wit:
tb* parlor. "Sh*'. practicing bar exerct and. turning to the clerk."-eald.Spell ... .erf
wlUklo boars attic arrival and did know f* .. ,
them and
72 board not
jKutients .*a aow. teat ahe That beautiful him with a T?" And Lavrenc j[! If you did what wou: J
t proper nonce alnn 'h.m.aUure on where to send them. Any person de- tremolo.** Millet h. was made by law.-Christian:: I Inuur.r. I him? i

their p.r.0 do this will cost them one string to board High School pupils will "No" replied the mamma scornfully. n1sC t* every bit a* f"*i"' I IUrrl
of I>'i Jrurt and
i i
dollar' per day d.murreaunl" ear is please. address use a communication -Sh* baa had tb* sore throat for three n_. by feeding the tr."rC'anlbraS.'u '
k released Local and I I.*. than carload oday, stating the number and sexeclred.aod day*. t.UJ.'. taking a gargl*.**-Indianapolis Civil loAttoei aad ts>. Keels It. with \

lots of merchandise will be subject to ala. >, etui per month Star. On bare feet of wbkb the akin grew I the and almllar Inrrr4"nh sub ra'r i

storage charge also unities removed \\.... N. diiRT.., Principal so tough .a to *nab!. htm to run overt I i railed the pr1c1p hair Ylgers.N.wba' .

from depot within 72 hour after art -- Sprains. aaarpest rocks without flinching, I .a Iterplcld t. .
the old Kamr could easily walk, a* ltACkvl k .
rival anti proper no tic* given. Plea. It the Baby Is Cutting T...thI 8 A. ReadCisco.Tex ,writ... March fast aa a hors trots Ofty mils a day cco.germ which teed* on t"* '

take dun notice and be governed ao. I Be sure and u.* that old and well- Il.l9ulx "bly wrist was sprained .o Tb Kamr who allll goes barefoot can It .. th* on sir e-anuf.I sr'.'

4 ,oorditiKljr Our (>oitlv* Instruction I tried remedy )1 ne. \VinIow's Sooth badly by a fall that It was oel..s; and d. ao today. II* need likewise to be scalp(told germicide by l.*dln.. df'Uarf" '4::,

o to put iu t-iTrot these rules. will b* com lug Syrup, for children" teething. It after using several remedies that fail able to ret a tight-tb. "00"-- who I* ..t.MStor sample te Tr

plied with' soothes the child softens the gums. .4 to glee. relief. used llallard's Snow constantly U>tb rUig oo. now for Detroit Mtcb.J. .
,\
Jo ti r UKVgt.A O. L. ity.J allays all pain cure wind colic and ls Llnlm nt, and wa cured. I earnestlyrvcommend match*'**-by rubbing two sticks toCrtber. -. H. ....It e a t'... "P' .1! t

.t K JIlL \ut..: 11 A U. u,. / the best remedy for diarrhoea. TWIN it to an;one!! oTering( from Now h* la aa helpless In the

t 1::. C Co.a, \Kt:: S, .\. L. u,. &,.a.. cents hotil.. epralns;. Sold ty U*. M Johnson, dark aa ounwlrr*.-Pall Mall Gaawtt

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: GULF HAMMOCK I \ HOTEL tAl5CSTILLI.>t FAVORITE 'l \X KR.VUSS, : Miss 1 Norto:1.I : .

Miss T beau's RESORT.Alachua Representing ,I

GULF UAxllt 'k. KLA. Gainesville Circu! a! ".
... E. A. WEIL & CO
- Pool Parlors. ,
Boarding and I ...Library
Paradise for Huntlnc and Fishing WHOLESALE SHOES

Day School C. Bare.. 1'r.pMekr.Located ,..
{ : ew Of AH De. ,
TW. MN.I is rsl .....-.., i
N*. ax> xv.. M*.a !it., t .w ut.eat.l.e.e 1-. .....'... ta. w La,.... tw.- -- t -
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frHO5ACCn
OA.ZMRAVIUUK.Slat Y1.UIUUAf tarter .a..rea.. :-...-.. ..aI.. .d Mole Agent. aul'UTER. AZCIAL 51L:" t1/L': .I
...... tor e.sua.atoIM..1 vvo.fa u...._ la the Porter block coati, CIU 4JCAL1TT SIMM. Zy.,.. tee -..-: &:I. .... sari. 'JI
$.* .* ( ......... ....teeter r rl.at side -:qrsa l"s. Three ilrst-claa &&.Wee.! pair warratd. II tat 1M..... s.- at.ver 4
% e.w..ad.e.e.o.attr.acadre.Ssin. toad ** .and pmaavt aad oortoo
1 Ijetl+saber Ista 1Spir ut.t.I. >O
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I ., LOVLA TttOHAL 1'\__......... senKs. TW' psxblte U cordially lavltedand i I e.
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.'" ,,, ,c:. THC'COMrHS BONO- tEi.Lk+CfflO.- ', OsxK'V; pvrrat* car.a day eon en.. t.a ger .

7 '& ..... and e- ie<.. and is decoratedwith
rui Tbers. i* DO 4oabdaC.... fet that .1.IM'h! bearing the fns ri, .

tberw s.....id4'ftb.! .......dnI .Otlthe. bone -Kentucky Alfalfa and: CornSpecial.

proposed lesesac.of hood sr for 1M..... .MAecotling

pare of baying< the e>j&ri Hga and to the proerta t,e traa A Healthy Liver MakesA

icm* plant or the coe s U'ae& o.of an la- will atop for thirty miaotes at a t.eat
... .. Well[ 1 ManA
.. the
dependent plant to n operated by variooe points along tie"' live At

V. Aa..e__ llt3ar.: city. The ......ra.t..1oa ie 'bl bile each place where Ita. train stop le-e-
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.. ..Ch7 tastev.IL qoe-tioa *hould eabaitted to 1M tore will be delivered on the h.a.. .
:<; = people paratei from tn. question of and arrowing of alfalfa and corn, and '

,. 'n"a- bonding: for ew..r..g. and. atreet improwmevt booklets specially prepared oa the

To the latter there i. nonppoeitioa
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subject will txi distributed amt'oc the
:ayes o.- o r[ttoo.rt&TE whatever, for the people realize farmers attending the leetorespeakers trend

:' nLOtrr the treat neeeeaitv far thee inpmrement > are provided fur the ,'ca.

:' Taaaraoaa Vev *. It hava been ..uCc.lu lion __
,x th. editor that the people are perfectly : I ;
n .r&isie4 e.er7--.iac-- safe in voting for the i"waane of bonds I BROWN IS PRESIDENT. I seas. ass
,-r4 curid': euy.or
7 PTJWCX.T WGCTA&XX COKJOCXD a-J: cOST fEstFKCT -

'.:.!.tla iit'Caird 1 ..2lr Stalcti fr >postage t j) -.-.a" Ca1u nsl. .Anc-. cr QucN::.. BCKBIKX _. a jv'mruv
:, tar B_ wteb* rtrkrUynaa is1wa2 that the electria and gae plant now the public that Col. Tho J L Brown tied cure for all d:...A-a produced: bv a TORPID L1YDI "

owned and operated by a private corporation !' president rf the :S:ale Fair AociatH L..i ITfFtnUC *tOOD, It wiU cure KAULE1A.' ,-t kai -

t.orb a Inefoecadtadditiowal cannot ptirchased>d for the at Tampa has reconsidered" and with. :. any of ti>* d.aWyta of racy dusts ,"ed fer Utaftpurpose.
drawn his : .. On. beetle: pur:..ased t.lay: ir>av save TCM tree i
sum propoead. and that it would not resignation from that >-i.
(eK ? :::114 S j a 'Ot. er.U teenerTVW. Quacks" eu-.. au............. Cee>>
pay the city to pat in an independent tin. and is now determined to work v.tla>atWaw Byaea sAj>, !'rtalaria. Ckilla, aua4 all
atrttaia[ -.so. k.oww plants hence the proposed fifty thous harder than ever for the sneeze of the Ce-aaylatiairm. UM.i and recocameoded by UM medscal leef -

and dollars in bonds fnr that parpoee great State Fair to*be held November ssaaxt: tom rs1ly.

.,, e .c ,ea i.as eighl pCe.fott7.led would not be fesaed. This *s a matter istoao. Col Brown has successfully A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

: _.. rrnT.la1' ..adens for the voter to decid(. We are DOt managed the great Tampa Bay Hotel ENDORSEMENTDr.
'0 aU the __ 01 tie soiBciently versed' in tk* revenue derived several years, and although his bd was
y, .. sad 11cseaL sad wi1t bep A. J. Hartr.aX a leadphy. MA of Uma ". .
w sat part of tie Coiled from Ib1[.. and electric light higher, th.proprrty was recently leased JI'1.a.. says: "I have bssn us: .jr Herbert an any' practice -
1 J: ana --r-i1t adra.ee.t plant to be able to advise the votingfor by the Board of Public Works of Tarn. and ana wail p:.a.ad W"rt.o re uta. 1 always ,.
or against bonds for thi. purpose. pa to other parties. making it necessary keep some en ham and t>..",.k it a grand n>e iic>ae ;
.. i. after fin( for UJuaa.as and Liver> Co.-rplamta." x
> Uco c *
S for Col l
? The matter will be presented pro andeon Rro.a.o take up other
.akaA otbcr -*
r -jet.---t.rartm aot. kacnra ka r before election day and the re- business propositions In New York Large Bottle, SOc Avoid All Substitute

for the result of However in view i of the amount
'kn t-a7 tot ..Jrt..c ia pon ibility the election great
A : r..s THK DLA.U.T SCK.Ifj will rest with those who exercisethe of money already spent in promotingthe Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

Ganlaavu t a, PLA. right: of franchise which bas been Fair, and in view of the further St. Loul. U. s.. A.

cot f erred upon them by the laws of fact that hundreds of friends throughout

r.' l' t: 'me Bro.aa'Tampa.ad the land. the State here asked him to re

ter'! * If' ,nk that is fair. main Col Brown will do so, and respectfully

A NEW ANESTHETIC. req ,i,>.t. the entire State to SOLD AND MCCOswMHCNOCO BYKXritKMM

i e fia: < double: track the Penn- give a hearty support to the move
W. .r JOgNSON::: :
Gn.i.J:1. os-v-Ll.:
Toss eminent Georgian is due the : .
ttia; j ,n ad has been abandoned. meat Everyb1v should feel an ins ,
eredit for the discovery nf anaesthesia -- -- -
t..r..t and work far the success of the

|Qt< rcwer should be treated the greatest boon ever given suffering Fair. I I'

it. TSe jraence ii is getting; too com- humanity, salt The Atlanta Conttitotion. =- .

In these days of painless surgery The people of Florida sympathisewith I' ,

tittle thought i. given the horrible ufferint IVnsacola in their hourof ;

|U t>f I'r:.svenla! people could only suffering of those earlier days affliction IUI"m.. as though If You Are Insured. .

i eontr :d then Dr. Porter might when such a thing .. an anaMihetiewa those who are struggling with fever'' /

trot tke: f.rrrIriie unknown.. would stay Ml horn and take their "
la a Cuntpaay that ,. hr.t,aurobie. tI".... 1' .: l'.
-- The attention of the medical world medicine rather than disotey the orders .. 'J \rreetly i
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Written 11'Ith I.U"'J" vI i'olnc) ,,'. .n"a and the ,'sunlvny :
< i# tettliDR down to business has just been drawn to a new anarsIhetie of Dr. Porter. thus making matters 1".). Lu..u Promptly. i

I th* fc>K ptiblic is increasing; it* for which wonderful propertiesare worse I"
Covell nt retts. claimed. This I. called "seopo- ,

mamma;, and Philadelphia dispatches The Fralernsl Kecord. published at c You Are Assured

k* O. A Banner springs. the old. tell of some remarkable) result! obtained Jacksonville by our good brother J. ).

-Eon'rrd paragraph prohibition from it. W. White i I. She handsomest frateruali!
I That serious Ioss ,
no can overcome without ha.
you You some
DI) prohibit That it a corker. This la said to have marvelous prop paper that i I. pubii'faed North or South. ''tit refine,
m erties. One tbirtJ... oad of a grain is It is ably edited welt printed on floe I| /
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!,kIDU. bat .shot-down on Florida all that is necessary to produce unconsciousness. book paper and there U nothing about / "
The drug is Injected h but what .h.... the hand of the k
In c m>Dg into that country. i ) Fire Life Accident and Health lusuJlnc C CI
ph'r.', probably be quarantined hypodermically the patient falls artist. ___ ,
asleep in the most natural way and :
:de o1 j ,
knows or feels.) no disturbance even A. whitvwa i. lime and I son. but Reliable' Companies l2.pr.eewt.J. (

[Beery t Fnrk paid over two million after he awakes. This I. usually flee lime is und .. a disinfectant, we .upoe -

Ban fr> a hotel site In fit .barl(. boo,. after the aniesthetic has been r that is the reason ao moeh whitewash { \ ,

al, err't the largest hotel in the used. is nerd on government ol'n.' ..'.... A. M. CUSI-INIA1 .%. a
rU In the experiments .. Ht. Agne*' hut there are some we are afraid mill ,

-- Hospital Philadelphia, the surgeonsdo have la be cleansed with sulphur I Information cheerfully furnished, CI.uoa.U4LY.. .l.OUUA C

TDe e ladies/ begin to discuss not begin their operations until - -

11 2n ma. Mis Koosevelt can about two hours after. the injection nf The Am.ririt IUnk*>r.' Association I" I' '

t'm!: .fe (a. .("..n tho Empress: the fluid and it is claimed that the will" men Washingtnii.. mil we ads -. i

J t11 C'. a best possible results have been ob vise them to not *5.5... any checks for PARTIAL. I'RICU LIST ON

-- tamed ___ board et<< S. they t I.e Iou largefor
---- --- may
oa_ >nhas hinted that Senator ...--- ---- them to handle when they Whiskies Winls Hlir and Milt.
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ha alt getting old. when the SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. reach I ,

in* ani 'IU h.. I U very tpry-will _- _---._-_..- __ ,__-,, --.... _ __._ .1-. _- ._

> st. r I' tecoiid childhood. The ,agricultural college is estab .'IU-: "II.. talk iee4Jng. treest: PrvpaM.t '

-9___ fished to give young men a practical mnie.PILES r\aU'l'-' :W.v r.. Jts. 'I.l'" n Qt. SO IV, ti&)'...
it* B W .. . are properly conducted they N.tr.. C.un" l(|... . t M> at r wMoaueraa acs' IVrttaUwnMf .
Ph rl' 1"51' separation between , .. Ula. 4'a. Mow .1.C 45.111. 1'aKW
Ufa .9'1 Ia) a Mlk _
have been of benefit. On a well 1'.eir.U.
'
great
r"' * w In IJ": days, i. expected ...._.. 'It' Mae. 1 It 1 sat r II'toI" ,t_,.. 0... Core. Mm. Iwo I.e11e..o..y'', "
i41 managed experimental farm the various \ I ....... ..
t
th. . Nor tl iiw
attraction* of that State. be produced to show -1 ..- ...,..... si... ewe ''''"roe''. t_ ttru, - / W 1 to I' w .*.." He I*...!. ....! A,..*. IVa"", :w.,.....
-- crops can o.. ,r.se.I..eAp'" itMt ... ...,.. /'won.. Malt WaUkerla at. hat etat ..! .* --. .
". tl warm summer which are best adapted to the various 11.,--. ............. I. s 10. ..s..r.--. ,l":1ee4 b lr...s, a T* I u/ a 10A. S 1 n< tr tt.I.e5V.loeta .
. M .." 6 n
Florida., bat when a In is f..l u..a sew __. It'.:.. Yr,1.r aI....... 9 .e II' t Mta.a.ra Kentucky Important
1&1.' "...h and can always get an step lMn a ra 1.r f Mt ..-:.... toT M I i i IH' n cab.: Per 1.u. '
"Jar .',.. being taken by the corn growers and Oeat f'aTM Nortto ("'. '''1.. Coin < Ma a too urMu.aie rwbf. I..., . 't.
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ahouldn't kick very :a (a.ea rf Isle .
those who introduaing alfalfa. A r. tra .1. I wMta.dsr.l
are
owNs ..._te. HunMertfovtl Ml a f M 1 .re
special .train which might In' tlrapo lamely a i. IIIk e w _,.., I......'... f urIt.
D' itinerant school for farmer has kitedt he'i'r ll.subua 111 lOt
a' and Tartan an *, W Ale plan t **
5d' will try been started on a tour nf the Mate II A Mirt neai AUO..t u. AU 0-.... of ....-. U..I._wi K. ....... $451m. . wr
act< and should have ; I'rs... ...!.._ kt kb* I..re& on .1.s4lestloa eR
r. :T the for the purpose of instructing the sNNrtiMltwTttr1.YN _____ +'
cat with Ems I
r 10 work the scenio el-" farmers of that State 'in the treat and u.n.I*;;'*" HANNE BROS J.,... ..ct ill.1.r. ;i1.
roost- scientific methods of raiting I W. AII.IM'*" MT tI.,.

alfalfa and ,, The train which .
corn .. r.-..... ....... T....o-.t .
Tr1 *. removed was furnished by the Louisville. Hen ..._ .,.._. w..1.. w "it... .... .....lies ... M, U...... President II t'r. 'Lllft (<< '..hl., t'l,' t
France ..
from . ea ...... Ttoe ..ra.. e.ai.. .
at r callers, but the demon and SH Louis Railroad Company .......MM M...--rmtn..r ...... tan W urns VI..-P.ed.nt I.aa ia.H4M ,\..r special aswti.g ...... Ce., ".Y.
m's consists of President Attila r CatMc**e asa
dr rr ha. not yet h.d his hat --,- - -- - III..$Uti TEM MfcUM MXEIMEM I
ii the home .. .
of President -- -- - -
tr SIOO Reward SIOO. t THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

$* a -'-nterChat The readers of this paper will be AND WOMEN.e .
J allows pleased to learn that there I. at le*.t C.. ...Yw ...&.... OF d31 LN:maV"ILLJO_
r e s. _,. r..s Lr ....--. P.
O.5 ln'P Hon. according one dreaded disease that science' has I a......_. .. .a-......
"ntine.. A .- ., ...... -..- TIlE ONLY NATIONAL BANK ALACHUA. CO
11 t certificate been able to cure in all its stage: ., and e.. r.er N..._. .M _._
I' >* held by all who visit re 1 .... N I
that catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis .
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known .. /.e.. b. -- (Capitol . . . . . . . *ftO.OOOJH>
----- the only positive cure now to *a *> I H tm w.-
r.e
-- M .. -. p..11
the medical fraternity. Catarrh tInff > L SB .. t -._a. ri/ Surpln and Untilvulwl Prutltri.uiOon OO
t".n an able-bodied *.l.r *M4 -
'.. a constitutional disease, require a
!II.' this season. There constitutional treatment. Hall' Catarrh r-... ........... _....... ka<..... _na <_ iau.* ....>< N aar k<. aa te >.. aa.e ....t.
jT '..K.n for a Ma. ........., .. .,...._...... '--.....,,_. .-. Iasas.slelNwN
e r* '" man to be Cure i is taken internally actlag' ne .....& ........_s. *.. k__ M..arsefi ......to
fca -1 ! work. There are directly upon the blood and moeou H. a..TAYLO O..JtUr.FIU. ;

L T Union that can show .. .
des --
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"Aet'.o' the system thereby -' .. ; - - -- -

and giving' the patient .".oc,.. by i B. F. JORDANINSURANCE
-- .OCYaRtes O sK s e..er..raJi.w LID A"
cICCiagii
building np the constitution ai 4 asslsting -

S r Railroad mania- nature In doing us work Tbproprietors ,' INTEX
hack treats la toe have *o much faith in Its A..r1 r41 M' .Yyw .rr. I1v.a. .
'.e cltJ the railroad evrattee powers that they offer on. SLalEBTAHB
a n % loot eorre la hundred dollars for any ease tbst it
their
e )of.in falls to eu,.. Jd for list. of testUmoeJaie. w..a slr. ..aes err h.rs.a.awaaM. n T COM
.t r... could be erM E.
-. 9at .1"eta In the Address, F. J Cheney A Co.. To- F AMIESrjT.rx.rrr

s I', am. very Sr.. ,...t. SHo. O.Bold .
sine 'treet. nod U sboald by all druggists. 7* Mall's Family Pills for coeitl Ponrin BLOCK QAINESVJLLst,
patieei.

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_.' Bntte. :Mont. ,Sept. 2 .-Fire caos-
lag a loss estimated at $1.000.000., eon- Reduction Sale
Great
;: PARTS OF FLORIDA'A numbed the entire business portion of

;Butte lying between the Shodalr.block

and IlentTtaw alley, on the south aide

Happenings Prom Varietal of West Park street and partially destroyed
the public library. The __ a. t __ _
4\t Sections te. TIM 0Jd Liver 0111mtIIlon -.Pttr Xxotfftnt* lor fire
of st c:......c.w.: loflurax. BrmcMtte. IJk'Urlfk." .call wa turned In at 8:4O a. m. At
j Y; : ;, : sere TIt..... sad ....P. G1.rr. 1Driagdst. noonr the four-story Symons store was

E MOST ;)IA0trANT EVENr8aplrtn6 ....-"... sad all PaI.rT DIi re a mass of flames and the public library '
., two l.a..Oa.and 1. :
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... f and other place were burning
MARCUS
ENDEL'Sjfor
."" )n. 'Tbsj: hand of Flower"I TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL.' simultaneously. Had the blaze once

Thlngaji-BoHed' Down" to to all.*adla*tome and add/M to crossed Main street h'to: the old buildIngs .

t<. .,. ; Suityttt- OZOMULS1ON CO. 9* file Strut New York. on the north aide of Pafk street,
ide +/tem I
idlvrsst i
r" pf : to or had It not been checked at the Renibaw -

,.. C... t PUBLIC HEALTH- ASSOCIATION*. block the loss would have been >t
much
grwUer.LlnemenAre.
Ilg/ Lake Okeeohobaarjr. ,

JiW \ Physicians from Many %tat .' .Holrf k

:q1&. have fac.OOOespltalf Meeting In Boston. Electrocuted. IO DAYS ONLY
i to a paint 8t Paul, Mill.
Sept. 26.--\le'.e Don :
) Boston. Sept. 2G.-Physician*. sur>
''K't-on. and bacteriologtat from all ahue, Minneapolis, and Harry IUp-
U dlseo"loff the qaetlon son. of Cuba, Mo., members'of a gang
parts of the United States and from,
lot a board of trade of telephone linemen constructing a
Canada apd Mexico have come to this, Coxnrn.enciD.gTuesday
1: ersbnrg sohools opened' city to attend the thirty-third annual line between St. Paul and Stlllwater.

nroltdieat of scholars. meeting of the American public health .were electrocuted Sunday. Illpaon

: 'buattpR. ( will btt good this rail association which opened today and was at the top of a pole holding a

.;I.ke. sod river below KIs- will continue until Friday nl&ht. measuring tape while Donahue on the
ground held the other end. The SeptemberMr. I 19
'U.sld.Hiar_ .A*wide range of subjects for discussion tapeline
touching the preservation of pub. was of linen but had running ,
A grist mill at RedJIck. through It two slended wires it
came
He health has been prepared. See.
j. oont7 that rlnd. out the In contact with .
a heavily charged
tlon meeting were held today at the power
JUtt.fI'Tho.
the baker l Is knocked cable and both men received the
medical library In the Fenway,
"'IffAt The convention propery will bold Its full charge of the current killing them Endel is now in the markets ;ai>(d
Instantly.
.
Orahamville.. Marion coutib opening eslon tomorrow and all Its FUpeon fell from the top of

.; r78ib when the local op general meetings will take place In the pole and his neck wan broken. we must make room for the immense sty t ik '

e t.IOIIiI'wUJbe dlsoutied pro and Association hall In the Young Men.1Chrl.Uan

"'!:fI' .;'.t.,. IJ Association building In Roy The Original. soon to arrive.

(;September lit there ha been aton street.A Foley A Co., Chicago originated
All our superb $15 Suits to at ] 1.11'1 i )
tl)0f fresh fish shipped from public reception will be tendered Honey and Tar as a throat and lynjt: go

Iyer.. :by the companies. at that the delegates on Tuesday. On )Vedoe.. remedy/and on account of the great All our elegant $12 and 12.50

'h:' day and Thursday there will be excnr. merit and popularity of Fnl..,'. Honey

8eeond Regiment Band at Or. atone to polnt4 of Interest, In additionto and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor Suits to go at s..s.i)

',trientr b. received a number of new be the devoted business to reading seaslona..Friday and discussion will the have genuine similar Thf'sounding*..- worthless name imitations All our leader 10 Suits to go at <*>.< fS

and! It will be In fine

for tne eeeampment.ifcar of The papers president, w of the association. who Beware of them. The genuine Foley's All our perfect-fitting 1.25 Shirts t ( '
Honey and Tar Is in a yellow package.Ask .
'eountrjhas a very creditablefor will preside at the meetings la Dr. fur It aDd refuse any substitute. -r
All our leader 75c Shirts to at ( )
'they poor but fortunately F. F. Westbrook' of Minneapolis. Minn. It I I. the beet remedy for coughs and go

.err' no poor for the home. No colds. J. W. MeCollutn
lout the keeper occupies the house. ; WAR ON WIFE DESERTERS.

f showing.Jacksonville. Emperor Receives Memorial. Shirts to go at .-1.
\"' Toklo $ept. 25.-5 p. m.-The em.
l Metropolis has a Th. Practice Has Become eo Com.
tJr*"the bottom of the flrst column, monplace that It Must Be Stopped. peror Is giving personal attention to Best $1 and $1.25 Hats made

''bne "For New York. Septa 2 :o'herel..ram..
see.f' earth OSt"
on .
'The nan or woman who finds'page Uon on the East Side has become so against the terms of the peace arrange- .

:3 gets a prize.I common that a movement was started meats with Russia. These memorialsnow Elegant lino Boys' and Gents' 35c
number nearly 100. The
yesterday among leading Hebrewsof agitator ,
I ....k grape-fruit. shipments be. that to check who are trying to Interview privy at 2:2e::
on quarter the evil. Or Caps .
) FortZMyers, one man having' ganlzatlona this ceunclllora have refused to ratify the
with end In view are
_ 'for tPOOJboxrs, SSr'of which to be formed and a system of followIng treaty of peace.and the public view Is All our $5 and $6 Trousers to go atJ..(.

heady b.enseat forward. CarIprnsnts.lMrgln I up and causing the arrest of men almost unanimous in demanding the ''
'
Shoes in black and tan 3 1:5
.. this week. who desert their wlvee and families resignation of the cabinet. Even the Stacy-Adams

>'..*\tarsburg municipal bonds will h bo established. moderates do Clot conceal their grief

Mom'. of $35OOO were purchased It Is Intended that the real work of at the result of the negotiation Come early ,and secure some of the best values e> .."

First National Bank of that the organization shall begin at once offered the people of Gainesville and Alachua county

>11111 premium of "$3.000.56: being but that Its effects will be effected Attacked by a Mob E

1 above theZneit highest bidders. only next year. An act has been passedby And beaten In a labor riot, until covered -

Iaqutu'si l Injunction suit. has beenribs the legislature" making wife deser. with .on... "Oblcag :: &re.' oar

by 100 pupils of Turkey Creektltln'Jlllleborough thin a felony, but It does not go Intc conductor applied Bucklen' Arnica MARCUS ENDEL

county, against effect until the end of the current year' Salve and was HOOD sound and well "I ,
Under thin act It will be possible tc It In "
use' my family, write O. J.
B. Mathes. to : her from
prevent
rglag the duties of her position extradite deserting husbands from Welch of T..konha, Mich., "nnd find it The Leader and Originator of Low Prices in Gainesville.

h.,. other states. All the charity organ perfect" simply great for .,.,1.. and __ _ ___ .. ___.... __ .__ .. .. . .. u __ __ _, .. __ _
3 Izatlons on the East Side which have burns. Only 25a at all drug tore. .. 1

F.; O'Brien KUslmmre will ex been called on to care for thousands __ '_h_ __.._______ ___._ __ ___
l:som.*,'flne Polled Angus cattle at of women' and children each your, will NOTice OP AtTLJOATIOJ TOR TAX The ;

!aftete) N.I/yn Tampa. If any one help In the campaign.Men ItKKO UNUKK: HKCT1ON H or CHAPTKRNottee

',lb.... a re-.o choice breeds of less. LAWN Or 1'wR1nA..

Itis .In":Florldallet' them attend the Past Sixty In Danger. .. a rtorvartnrrwhlii I* hereby when dvtnpowl that.,1U fV.U.. CoUoaC'o. K" ltell A UNION CENTRAL LIFE

'aD4 fifid tbelrlerror.prsvlous Mora than half of mankind over N.OVa...and Perry M. Col-on. .robeM
... .
"* of Ta ( '100.No- M* m aDd lift dated
: records for bass lUhlnKrtnna sixty year of age suffer from kidney the 3rd day of .Ial,. A. 1), past have flied '
akl evruileatea In oOloe. and have
my
heath were broken Hatur- and bladder disorders usually enlargement XD.sura.nce GO-
made t i>ltaalton for tax deed to &-u.In
f i Beptember 10th.asys Tbe Daytona : of prostrate<< gland. This Is both keoonlane with law. Said a o.rttaeates.ar
brace the foUowtnr Aenortb property slur
k> Journal |when 80 bass were painful and dang*>roiit, and Foley's atetl In Ala. .hu*county Florida. tue ll;
WH of ,.. .. A NoH wf Mw M Mee. II. Tp. 10. OFFERS THE
O'Wlth. book$ nd line at Keatlng's. I Kidney Cure should be taken at the K liv-'l*)acr*.- SwM of gel< 'ell. tl. ...... IO
;:musing from 20 to ':M.pounds I first inn of danger .. It corrects' Irregularities 1C. 1 lk-% .N*>.sera OI H,. and NH of H.). Se\i.' *ft. TK Itf.It. .

,, and ha. cured many old men The _let land belor __. "'iI. I the tM.ii.oo. of BUOD o rUO.al.. In & Dame of Premium Rate Interest t
Ooodbodylis raising some nn.j :of this diese. Mr. Rodney llurnett, John M.nnrrr.UnleMi .

j' Island cotton near Tallahasseebeet UiK'k I'nrl. Mo., writes "1 sufferedwith 'n_h'law.ertld tai.deed ate<.MtkalCb will tn.u redeemed. thereon a oq ieordlnir LO W-EST HIGHEST

!>. seed he could secure In : enlarged prostrate gland and kidney the WltneM" Tth dar tnr of llotober.ofll. ,lal signature A. U. !"'*.and eal thislb. Death Rate Earnings s

;Oa.mllns, and his crop Is very trouble for yearn, and after takingtwo Sal day of September. A. It. tt.."*.
he bottle of "'ulp '. Core f\. It. WIKNUKM.
"ell. says can make more Kidney I .
l'"t Clerk Circuit Court Ateabaa (:tx,Jo 1*
o$ ... acres of this cotton than feel better than I have for. twenty -- Cash Annual Dividends.
yearn, althnnith I sin now 01 year
Mni on 15 acres of the short staple,
NOTICK ut"IPLICATION son TAX
old." J. W, JloColliirn A Co. .
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A nearo bellboy at the Everett Ho. Dl-:r.l) tTNHFK SiXmON .0. CHAfrTKK I
Imo. L.AWH OP KtOHIDA.NatU .
., Jacksonville, found a wallet on the Tragedy at Kentucky Dan e.* *

tie In the J.dl.parlor containing Maysvllle. Ky.. dept 2rt.-Henry Ed. CV) a>*e..U i>.ut."b.hereby .given....MiP.that.Me<1 lien of \V Colton K lt.U. Policies Written All the Approved Plans
118 belonging( 544W.1. Banks, a guest wards. axo'it l N..U. Wade rat Nervy M. OWMM. rrebs.ersat
:1.
was hot and Instantly Tarn CertlHi it. No. it.doled tb.*....1 dar of
,never thought of the unlucky 18 killed last night at Ix wt burg. thin July. A. Ik. IMtk. hA.. fta... aaiil oertltteaie. in INCLUDING OUD1NAUY LIFE LIMITED PAYJUKNT fLIFK
made apvueatton for tee
snit
omee have
rn he took the "purse and pulls In county by Clarence Turner aged. 10, deed py to tome in a. ontaoe' wltte law Sari LONG AND SHORT TKRM KNDOWMKNrS. TERM AND IN8TALMKNT. ,
I trunk for .sfi.. and Detec Them n dance In erin.ale etnOra.' Ni tb. foltowtrar dtsorlodIwor.rt
keeplnjr, was progress and .. INSTALMENT KOND. FULL RETURN 1'RESIit; M
shooed In Ata lMt* *' '''''Y. Klorlda.owlt >>
Crawford found It and Julian I.ID I. KdwartU went to the place and wantedto % : SETTLEMENT AND CHILDREN'S JoNI>()\\USTS. AFFOKD-
acv of Xw" Nee II.Tn.ldM.R.l 'A) serfs
jail dance with a ctrl there who hadbeen Tb amid tamt ....n.r neit at the dale of INn FIK8T.CLAHS LIFE: INSURANCE WITHIN TilE KEAl'H:.
tao taMU. of web e.rltde.N In ...same eti
dancing with Turner. no
Daring a trial, In Ocala In which aMid Turnerobjected. Central: 1'bo r*>ate Co.Unta OF EVEUYHODY.
a wifr- were defendant and << Bulb began firing at each i .a Batd oertia.at.aball oe reue "'._-' .e-
Sla. U>law tarn deed .au.u. ttoewon ont
other at close < .
tplalnant rr.i..* ** panic men and women climbing out my uewrlal ...nati r. and weal this For full particulars call on or address
jars sang "Home. Sweet Home. .. .
the test day of > ?>* --A 11 Ilea
d.ld.t of wllufo.n4 dropping to the 11. H. \v n'iOIt..n.pd .
jars that it the. man had
bruiting t-'Wr Circuit Cow AUelMM Co1a..
ground themselves consider
ls> the home halt ak had a. the song we B. HIGDON
ably No one else -- ---
was
struck by -- ---- ,
rendered he wu guilty of an ool-
.
the bullets and when the shooting waa
on "llomf, 2'wret Humr and
G-ec..eraJ.
him guilty. ever be staggered to the door where : ggeat: ,

.. felt dead. Turner la In jail here, DRI7ND. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.8listobliwnoct .
self defence. .
+I Like claiming -
x14 Finding; Money. .. .. _.
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3IC health U like tli4 lli. ; stun. Beautiful Women. j 1O7H

'tklak ihiMt whK are sick, 1V'hen LixitiviFraHSyrHtot
Plump cheek, flushed with the aoft
1*i hate a cou b. Bold, .or* lhrt, orIt
r Irritation* better net promptly glow of h."h.Dd., pure eoa'PI.dun.1: Ps.-nt .... ::a:. IB1. IDTTTTOZtTiSc OO

IW. O. Barber of randy L*>vl. Va.jkyst I make all W\'lWD eaeh The new laaatiye.( Does
mall dose of Ustbiae after h.I.
_j 'X had s\ terrible chest trou1I I han and help not gripe or nauseate.
prevent eooUpalk A
:J3
:
1 ,caused bf amoke.and coal dost KEBS
onlongs digest what you have ...... ,Mr*, Wm.M. Cures stomach and liver
after
but. noding relief
t BO
HtmoJ, Mtdtathlea. Tex.. wrtlee.May troubles and chronic oonetfpatioa -
__ Itt+h.r remedies u t was cured by Dr, 31. IBOlj "W hs rs New Diseovsrv for -4"1DC 1M8r The ne.wiM.t .....,seas..rtrir.us.iares.._.......ad..b-
eontump* : ......... .. ,. .
eoucba sodOmt..t.al1 la our family far' eight ff.* and tn..n wr- .te.I fe .atIe.r. _ttaK .aG..M.s. M a tea
--
asy s.ugb or iSMat saedtelae la IlseAt foetal it tae bs.1' s.*4M.ls. .. .v*

aU dr 80e and it i suet; ...oo..tt,......... ....and ..... U"H..el.\ ..'
trl.t. r b.wl. I,,.. 1...........! loll 1" W. ll.. ] 1 .........., 0.. ..lJ.BefjzM..s:r h. DS'0' T..LX FLO.a: L) Ak'T'.tl
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(> ti THE 'DAm! :, GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 27. 190>> ,..


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FEW Professor-SELF-MADE"Declares They. CanCII j I MathushekFiallos From Jacksonville LOW RATES Fla. Via Atlantic /.Southern l

.ago Railway. :
.
No Longer Be Manufacture Coast Line Railroad :
Sept 2C.-The era of the .
t'-ica+to. $3.'It\\'sahhuuon. C.. and return
fI.-.,,ma.J- man la on the wane. The : NOTED FOR SWEETNESS A5D PUKl- on .alcdaily. to September 30th. limited ,
,
etftelcnV! can nO longer be manutae. to October 3ht. IWX'i Effective .May a s. 'O"-;. *

t'.. ',1 ,,- home-made. Competition ort TY OF TONE, POWERDURABILITY. AND $:?3 Washington. 1> C and return.on ,, -

;. pr ,-nt Jay Is too much for the ale O tob.r 8th and 9h. liiui-l to I,2 >'e tibs4e Train East >:.. 114e.. 2O forth ,td )1.-,. >*. ISIT

".madE'bo'ds: man.Professor Nathaniel isrro Butler,f October t.th.! 1J06; cats Ii 1 .. extended 'to J AC eunvlll.-So.;;;; : RI -9'lOi: :7-MoI. l.. JaokMMivuif.' r..a a.. Iy ':' 46p

25th un i njment of fiO cmi*. Je. 11 4O IO Lv tie. ,
of the school of educational ? \ip .So. Ky 40p Jesuit| "" Ky 103Op
V: iP1 of the university of Chlca' 13.23 Hoi SprinR: Ark and return 1."' Savannah ,S<). Ky I :Ap TJ IAt= I t Ar Mttt'ou. I... :?.. 1'1 y
artDIt'nt at the closf flees ptaao fur this tryiorf ellmaie. stands la on title October 3d and 17th, limited to, \r Columbia So. Ry 8 R5p 6 'K)" Ar Atlanta.! t..r :'e' 1 I.y S.tr.cute.ire
0 *bo spoke yesterday tune longer thin others,eoaauwoted of November 30th. *\.. Ar Charlotte So. Ry JO Aip U 65* 'I ..... ?y 73t ;
f : ees!'ion of the twentieth annual best materials and woes a..e Artire..i,..boro S n. Ky i IS* 12 Sip .\rf.iltcef'i"\ H,. S1Stt '
:
fed 03 Chicago. III., and return on Ar 1'091114'l . liii, 2 IQn Ar .
,, Mention of Chicago. workmanship obtainable.Cptodai S. Ry :2 : ChsttMiiotiiia I "- (R, 8f6a. ,
c :: subject, of his address was "Ed.VC:1'lon n even tale tuber 23-1 ami ?4ih. limited to Ar K',iMiummt_>>.. Ky B ftKa. 6tIp Ar Le 11 n i;ton. K> .! ,\ C. SaoA:'

The a* a factor of efficient man. detail and Un- November, 19O5. x Ar I 1.111 'hburR S o. Ky 4 34a 4"Up 1\1' fiiHMnniiii i >-, ; .t: n. T .s:

Professor Butler jpoke In the equaled. $111'5&Iaota.. O*.. .acd return on Ar r:iariott' vill S ). Ky 6 IS< .* 6 lOp I." (:IntIlOtI. MArOii. .. to'uur :
.
71t
t.-xxl: PresidentVllllam R. Harper. sale October!' 9th and 19th. limited &n Ar Wnchiiitfton.. So. I Ky 0 .Vl* 9Op mro III .: I iour f"f
P'j-e of Bold by n* continuously. for Ar lUltunor! ... K. K. 11 3111. 11 :'Sp.tr Lv ("iiioiiiiiat 'i. tI> nra IiM"J ,
I October LXM: 1905.
the session. :
,j5,) A as too 111 to attend U fh'dfl'ia 1*. K K 1 45p 2 SSa .1rt'hi."'.:, I M I' TIo-/
"Term 'self-made man* Is a mere faLtier. ( ,irre*|
." rt'oteMor Butler declared. The OVER THIRTY TWO YEAHS point in State. ('hi..".:". III 1t I 1 22
No CM "New York and Florida Em.prese :
man's success Is due only tot ::;-Atlantic Coast Line agents or ,
made I.V
*' r Daily I'ulliiian Drawing KIMIIII t'lllOIIIIIMtl. I IArTolrdi l' II a t 43pr.
t-: usual abUIt)'. Efficient manhood ,I without a single failure. If TOO write fur Pullman reservations and bleeping Car !'>>rt Tampa and Jacksonville *. (O t' i1. .t ,i" 'Ala.

tHf/ manhood that ought to be offered want a piano for a lifetime t full information to Frank C. Tloyl"ton. to :New York. \r: IVtroit, Mi'h . ,I' 11 t:1: ,

t "he world-no longer can be home-i I service buy the1Vlathushe District I'tftsenger; Agent, Jacksonville No. "Wavhinston and FI "idlJ.imit..tI. \ Lv Ciit'cinnati.O I'\! I..n... 31.'P\?' ..
nude In this time of competition.' Fla ." Daily Pullman. Drawing Ar Piitslinn I Pit le I ,n.. SSbo
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ho world! Is willing to pay the highest : Is T KtM>m Sleeping Car Jacksonville toNew I.", Oineinnati. n 1 Blit{ I. ,nrr O3): 1J
\ Startled U..... York.Through \r rieveland. '.' H.1t. "nIP 45a
for \ .8
.oe for the efficient man Just as _
pr Mme Patti took precautlout l.v Leiintti K :So I
.cle of commercial use Prices as low a* ta eonalstent with quality yAr J 63Op"
art Cash nK'ainst burglars at Cralg-y-Noc*. The Laml of the Nk)" >... .TO Lnuinville. Ky :--.. J Ry lOp 1-t
or oo easy terms. Sent on It d.s'trial.
her fiiHtU* iu Wales. .\. guest there !I.\r St l Isms. Mi.I .:..._Ity 13".10
VENGEANCE WAS THREATENED. for We prices pay freUbt.Vrti TODAY. who wan spending a sleepless! nigh lv Jaokoonvill.. FU So. Ky 7*.Wp I Ariilil..loi.. Ala :--.. I y 9 .o&(
Lv Savannah Ua. . S, Ky I: 15:
i. :*
ro.<> before dawn to opeu his bedroom I Ar Hi rm inert am. AlaAr :<\.1 J Up: Jl 45A.t
Ar Columbia S. O r\01. Ky tJ tits
Wanted to Mob Negro for wiiulou InitueUlately there was a Meniphi. .*. THIMI, Frt..t ROSp.'
Chicagoans Ar N. O Sn. 1 .
Asheville Ky NVAr
Over White violent rlugiug of bells In different. .Ar Kitii.a* ('sty. Mi Yn.,..t ? 4jHrntphis.
Running Boy. I Ludden & Bates Hot Spring. N 0 So. Ky 'J NipAr \
('hlca o, Sept. Surrounded by part- of the castle. The visitor mad Knoxville, Tenn So. Ky rt tttp ,I! Inn I A31 p.,;-"
a crowd of excited pedestrians! all hN way lo\vnstaln' only to find blni- Ar LonUville >"+. Ky I H< nOAr Hot >
threatening vengeance Arthur Stew. self In imminent danger of being lac- St Louis. S., Kr 4 6dp j f i 1---:No' !1S!' -''t'he Florida' Limited! '

(m a" a, lt>ear-old negro was held prisc I Southern Music House, *.rat.Hl b>' a whole troop of snapping Ar Cinciiinnti' Q A (.j. S tft* I i Daily Solid Vf.tilmle train, through
and sunning ilog. It turned out that I I day ooaohe sod Pullman. bleeping:;
..r until the arrival of two police- =No. ;S )-}Daily Pullman Drawing
SAVANNAH, GA be had unwittingly set the diva' ellr.i, Jai'kriiMivillM to CincinnatiNo. ,
nun last night after having knocked Room and! ItufTet SU. *.*|nnii Car 'lH"tw *>n iJacknonvillt I IfV Pullman l'ra-ink( Koorq

m down and probably fatally Injuring 1 I JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr. being patent reU-aiMxl burglar from trap their go Inn.chains the by doc an sod Cincinnati.. j jKxrellent Sleeping Car letwet.n Jacksonville, ,:'
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r.m I I'I' Itiriitiniiham. Memphia, Kansas City ,
+ IxmlV.. Idnberg. 10 years of age. ESTABLISHED 1870 electric connection with the window. I

,tx wade! driving an !' GAITHER BRYAN .. Dining Car Srrtlcr. and Colorado, Spring,
a State Ag'ts ,
--- -- .
--- - -- --- -
sixth and State
ty In the automobll@atTwen.l'I' TAMP A. .'LOIUIt.h .\. BU IN'Eaa: : OJ ..FiI7dDR : .\ARRIVALS JACKSONVILLE. a

accident were Mary Stewart the moth. _ _. _ _ ,,'rum.w York, Wsvlnngiim.. etc --in. :?t>, "\\'..hlnKtoii and Florida. . Llta
I U..<( of the and William Hollt. Ih\"l-UE 11. MORRIS, :
f chauffeur Army Officer Commits Suicide. i
From, New'urk. Wakhlngtini. etc -No .1. "Washington and Florida. Ea.
day. of Milwaukee owner of the ma. Atlanta. Sept. :2S.-.Captain 0. C.1 pre*.." R: ') 'p. m. .
.
Ulne.. They also were prevented from Godfrey. b.lstatit, surgeon I*. S. Aconitutttci ? . . D ENTI rr Fri m Cincinnati Aflievlll. etc -No. W. \Va.hingtnn and Florida Llu. .?+*|
leaving\ the scene of the accident although "! snlrldc Ited." gtU a, m. l !,
ut his roaidonce
when the onOfficers' From Thicago. CIIle'IIII"1"1"! etcN, : II "Kl. 1.irnltrd.9r33a.n1..
police arrived young :. How. Fort Mcl'hrrMin. by _! aaMM a BMaMMM*X

Sto \art to wan blame.considered'to be the onlyyArsen I hlnvttnc out his brainsith an army Office or Marcus: : '. 1.hone TV 1 rln, *.1 J. <*. Ll'SK 1)iptrlct 1'.-senger Agent IOH( 11 Day :M."\ JackMitfllle. ft*. .}\

retolver. CcljJtl&ln (.odfrey was the on' .. S. M llAKi.wicr.P.T. M. \\'. |11..TA\t.oK.O, P. A llnooica :MOMUAM. A O. P. A.,;.
The ---- -- -- --- ,'
Injured boy was taken to a hos. of .
Colonel I I': S. (iodfrod.otT lnmllndlnl!
r 'al. whore" the physicians say ho may cor of the Ninth cavalry, now,, sta J .1. CAULISLK.ATTORNKY.

from him injuries. boned at Ftirt nUt.)". Kun Captain AT LAW SEA:; :a"--aA RC:

Godfrey is limn 1"l'cI !It>' boa wile and one
'C And Solicitor in
Abscess. Equity
clillil. it boy No cause for he ant ",'''

,Atwce*..._. with few exception, aredaativr cid.can b.' K..crlh"tI. uul"* It he temporary Real Ktftate, ConveyaneiiiK-- and Jen. Air Line Railway .

( of oonatipatioii or debility. mental aberration the bollel oral 1'rsctice.! All bu ine.s promptl

11'. H.{ IlMriUon. Cleveland MI.... that Ifl general among the officers at attended to. Ofllea nejt door to iuD '
oft!(... (OAIMIIVII... FioaiDA. 1
writt-n, AIIK. 15. IN21 want to 8aJ' Port McPnrrtonChina .. . I
-- -- -- -------- FOR"i
Kurd of praisei for Hallsrd'. SnowLumrnt. I

{ I .trpped on a nail whichvituofU Fl-.UJ\\) BAYER,
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the cords I hi my leg tn "m>tracl Boycott Waning. ATTORNEY AT LAW.IAI.NEHVH.I Savannah Columbia Camden Southerrv
,
. Washington. S t'lJt. 2";.- -Consul (len
and an ah.-rss> lo n.e in my Knt*> and
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eral Rodgers at Sh.inKhnl. rnlilfil the. ( M, 'LoKlna
the d'ctur told IIIH that I would! have a Pines Raleigh Richmond Wash-
State tie pnrtt a-nt today HH rutin"" .. ----- ,
.i.T( IfK. *ci one day I went to J. F.Lord' .
"Tlicrc lii no Zon -'r any tidtuct 01 l Can sell your city property, (improved '
drug tore (who boC(>tt cor.dltlon i In or itbont Suanic:: aud .JDlml.ruy( >, phosphate, Philadelphia.
ter. Coin ) lit recommended a bottle
rucking and farming laud. Head him
hal. and American trade IB active, par.
uf :snow Liniment ; I pot a &Oo size. a list of what you offer for sale :2l42n. New York.
tlcularly with the northern part CII l
and it cured my lea: It I. the best --- --_. --
China. and there bas boon no -
stampIng
I niment in the world." Sold byV.. K. 11AKE1C.ATTOHN: ._ ...
M JohniKin. ; of Rood 'boycott( markiT HH wa W% -- -

r *i>ortpd. On the whole l the condition .
LAw '
K:YAT- \
Large Masonic' Gathering. of affairs seems to b. sittlsfactnry.** ,
Thruo Train
Elegant Daily.
:\:i hvll.c.: Tenn.. Sept. 26.--Members . bOLICI CUR IN CHANOrJUY. . .. l

.' I Srnttlfrh Rite will have chares,
. Fire at University of South.Sowa.net' .
.
I Maontr thisIVcros
here all
temple
:... from the fourth to Tonn.. Sept. 2C.-The bl. UAINE8VILLK, Alachua Co.. FL> Seaboard Express. i
the Otttc in Kndel Ulo k.Qtt. .
lnirt>.tconil *ill be conferred on storm building containing unlversl

.in.l.
wilt IM> attendance. Del I the local bank and tI" office of It. M
J. II. AI.IJ" IAl.DY.STIM1'.
ltlbOflp. the unlt('rslty
,'rs fromrkaniias.. Florida and treasurer was iIf

"'t Otr..''i'i.I .. arrived today and tli destroyed by fir- curly Sunday morn I '

will h. here latpr.dmtr:.! Inn.; The total loa .Is eatlmatrd at MODERN PULLMAN

y I-,1 to have ben prevent: but $::i>.MO, with Insurance aggr AtU>f EQUIPMEHOnly
.. !,.
,1' from :'oInt. chley lo Major J I 1 (100. O..r 0Cu. s I1.s.. U"vU eDt4T1 -

It rh..: .Ji'n, Aovereign grand comT .
Are You Engaged; ? v
Lino ,
: til the supreme cOllnt'lt.n.. OporatiiiK .
KuKHV'd: p" >"le should remember \
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n.lrr'f'.J Ih..tit [ Sc.ttt-y ScottUh Is Ill and Kite,"will, today Utjtut that, after n,arria ". many quarrels. ii i DL OOH1XJX H 1"01.:" Daily Through Pullman: Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrU'

I f.ftl' attending. Two hun ran l>e avoided bf keeping their ell'. .. MC

r....nlt,... 4 Of the order will wttucs* lion in KO<<
oaS rrln< of ,t"rP'CtI.o.'dl : Hitter*. H.\ IWownnf Ih rinelt! ..ille.rt writ. A U. UcIHKNKLL. S H. O. aUYJ.I41C.HC. Jt ..
C..ays : "For >.-sr my wif. cuffert l .'..&. Cleaersl ,'*.**..., Agent l'a*....tier A I
Is acu.., 1... .:......... "" v '
For Fort Oglethorpe. intensity from d,.i"' p. a. complicated JACKrtONVILLK. FLORIDA. \si s

with. s torpid liver until she IfAl her 0&1--11 rt... . "
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1 *\4'i-d-on of the Twelfth cavil I strength and vigor and became a mere

-'inpan. 1. K. I.. and M: arrld wrrrk of hr former ef.| Then shoe Tilt: WEST KM I

T .rn'r.c at 'ort OglethrojMaftei tried Ktectric Hitter. wMeh hrll..d '

'" *....;.... journey from the I'"hU.I' her at *n"e! and finally m.d.. her entirely KINK WJNKH. LlijTOKH A UIOAKl 'I i FaySholesTypewfltep"i\\

and I I JOHM, MK>JI., ., 1.---.
and the! regiment; in now a writ S H.! e k I. rl. '" strong

T..* new c /mers were met by tb. h.sltby." :aid l at all drug stores and '
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II.HI W. u.," 10' wewUa r.
r battalions and marched< to the gusranteed at &>c a l..ittl>- \

r>i.he eminent r enervation.ot Faust b..r. hoLtJ. ard draught. Don't !

Printers Win in Slatjr.S.! Citiea.Indlanap fail toeallon! mv w to." In Jackaouvitle

"" ., Carolina Judge Held Up. )ll,. lad. ti eyt i< -A !,u: ,t. -,. .

-injb.a; a. C. fipt. 2 -Judge Erf.ry. l letin issued from the oSlc: ut the! In-' .11 E'UbtLEDYZB

of the state circuit court. 'I'l1atO.ln'&l Typosra4hle51 Cn.on< atowa'IF YOU LOVE YOUR TIIK BIMTMACHINE

a. 14 u, and robbed of $2C In raah that ::. boMnst! .. nnlocs ate DO-
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+ ::1 wa'rll worth, $doe and bunch i _09 TilE MAItKETUIHVFR5M
a working on an .eight-hour D1 'a, ur i WIFE DON'TROAST
-r' Two other persons were held have arranged to do so cot later than Ha li TabulatorEvpry

utse nar the Coveraors maasloa. January 1. Itf"Sln e Pptem- r 4 ; HER i I HtTDOIUtD I -
-aJ'"r .etnrtDg 115 la whtl
.: caah. art snob scr* meojt have been tlcT Ad ioeiUei. '' lltl.IJgbt .
tars was relieved of 94 near t11s ..
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.. .r. eity-four I 1(7 compelling '' ;: t"lI. family I II ,
.Iit.COUU7. i bread urine Ih' ,( qiximer mt')sibs.

D..ovred bf Worths.lrpB A Clear{ Completion and Brigt E.s Day jo r Hr.*'! rm .s 8hiftt Li4Ilte.t ItunnlnI 'TheCbamptra

, ... allow btotefc"i! S*. d Write,. of the WorldL'
complexion

\ often In most
er,. not from pSin.
tro., hanger aUboagh fed abon1 sod dull heavy eyes sre d-i* I.j ; ...Keystone Bakery... .. ta. Y.y'.$hol... More raf.rthulee luu ;

The entire trootle arises frjtn poor: dlg..tt .n ..>d sn Inactive ;Kv.r.OH . h' a ...iB< of t.n>e. w .,,, tad tnt.e.y. .. In (IslneevllU. than any other .....b....!

t a ; th..r food !. not einillat oo Latstite Fruit tff rop alii. di< .. Free teal It...19..'d Dally

t d.v
.. ,f White'. Creem Vermifug eU and male the eotnpleit sm.xrih i ...... sod every thr prodaellon of For ;Salo by r.

--.r, and ew.! Orlao: I..u. Fruit' rirr.op / mod.rn tlu lat.A. .
th-sa
to ewa.. .rysjraaxinc( I .
Ua... at h 141 doe. act ...a..a'. or *ris.d umild bake .lwl( THE SUN Gtinesville
one..ry K. 2tCII 'n. freerirta-r .. ..... ;
rt.rt" and low of ,... mother .std pleasant to take haft.. T. .. .
J W .If l c-eoe. .t a.t1Ist... J W MeColiam A c.. & .....,. n:... 1....
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''':;.',I,? -"AMUSING , CLYDE LINE'rEUV'VEEKLY

fiz" !.f GREAT
That Ita. D..t PIa
,f.a>B>er of ......... ....
". lnaf Js so funny-to tbe

ix'"development, ,and the moat of a JeanMd '. 4AL

'aea tooled in this way to tb A T ION A-L Aj.- '

sComflture.. ,- An amusing "
led on the"learned J
unfrier!' Antiquarian/ IJO

.r di U, when an alleged '
to. liar' heeu.taken from !

oC a- Ifcrfoulii: : wus "'.'' :: : S A TT.-r: -GSut.

r,.'Liupecccru' [ and 011 111 J rl1 %VEENJacksonvflle

,. .raid 1U> hate' l>ecn nn and ,New YorU,
[:.r Bcdj qlu'a; fatuity for Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. C., both ways
""\ Library Worth $500 Tho Finest in the Coastwise Service
an
.k'wiur' ,, .trun,(crllxi n 111,)' Clyde Ne\v England and Southern JL.HU i ,
?Itr",wits clrculatitl Free of Cost -
,ot tie utTRUjtt busy of Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
Sh:! Koolety ti: :U (It fell PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
;'of:;I>r, ":::;I"('. uttu. x Calling at Charleston both ways.

cut 4I .Ci't] rcil II'I' hte't! Readers Should Consider QEJWLjL- ...IUEKL-r:: :: : S.A..ZIIN"G-S

e'G1tI.Uats' : li ot1.oug1) '. Northbound..... ..... .. .... From Foot of Catherine St.. Jack tour!
beat of there

...... .vntlj'wltU coiiHldernlilo(f u,ury v/lt. u\\ Following Details Carefully: Clyde St. Johns River Line

.:.to.; hare 1II1C'.r.lU'd l nu : I:3etweer) J ACKOONVIL1..K and SANF'OHD

at. slab' ou whU-ii thin Stopping at Palatka, Astor St,, Francis Be res ford (DeLand). and Interim ,I
the Beautiful in G
Display : 8t. Johns River.
decipherable; Landings on

'i ,IIENE 4 I TII TII.cwnnu. IS! T.. Revealed in the following Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is
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I-OH ITvnut.
Y) H. CIAIJD CON T .appointed to sail as follow t Leave JACKSONVILLE Sunday l'I ,". h
"J--, &HKLKItO.: K.: I iirm mer execution, which examination willprove. aDd Thursdays. 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave UA.NFOIID MumlWednesdays *)-
.a*' }N. OT. ONAH I>O. will and Friuny &:3O a. in.
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.tjf TII. Ufo N.C.ON. prove The condition. of the contest are asfollows Soathbonnds. C.U.ltJlifci'* Nortr

t'$'l hf BOH. T3' A. N. & contest be : Any lodge, church or school, Lttave8:8Opm.<-... ., .Jacksonville.) . . .. Arriv8:46 KrtMJ*- .' lUll
'Tain did arrhiteologtati Twentieth club, hospital or organization, publicor pm ..Falatka .. . . . . .. .. . Leave *" '::D
;'rack their brulitM to nml .' Home II. private is eligible to the contest. SKXam .. . .. ..,. .Astor .... . .. . ., . . . 8.m
'Of'this cryptic Jiu..rlptlou. Ma- Votes for Individuals will. not be count .. :80 am. t. Francis. . ... . . . . . . i rm
scorerer 'humbly << (' Gainesville .-.d.Vlth each 10 cents purchase a .. ... . ... ... Beresford (DeLand) ... .. . . . . t e ,.n
,penetrating genlune<< I of ticket will b. given by the merchants Arrive 8:80 Sanford .. .... ... .. . . . i P amF.
">rldge. Ktou and the ICl1rn O.,or or J. J. through whose liberality these grand IP:OO am. . ..__... . . Enterprise. ... ... . . . .v !10 a 1\1%:
any libraries are furnished, on which will -
,of Antiquaries," and !It organ be written the amount of the purchaseand GENERAL PASS.:AND TICKET OFFICE: .l2'l \V8Ti'ACK. : -o \" Ii

gland almost out of tbt> valued at will write on the ticket the Institution W.O. COOI'EK.Jr Jl're14lbaA.e C.V. LOVtO-L..SYterlnte: .c :+
-the following reiidlug w. Hyde's. or organization for which he Foot" of Hotfan street. Jaekaoarille. Fl*. .,
A.Q.NAOERTY Oeo.Ea.t'nt'aw.Att..New'.ort.- CLl'LkMJLNE.Gen.Frt.At NeTHJ.O. -
fled by the hoaxer: a msgnlfl- or she desires to vote, sign their names U. EOtR, WM. P. CL YIH'. ,'I l
repoweth Claud Coster, 200 volumes and deposit the ticket in the ballot General Manager. General) An"virC
,. .Implngtou, aa doth bIll ( publica box in the store in which the purchase .ebrnuB-b Kulldln*.10 Sltatr "rflea.New" York
".' Ihe I. made. .
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"Library The standing of the contestants will
L, too, 'warn a clever If .' ..," 48 be published exclusively In each Sun Take The
joke which 8tt' the World's day's Issue of The' Hun until October Atlantic Coast LineFOR
re scholar played on .. ; the 14th 1905. at7 o'clock p. m., when the
"to posterity as tbo and Oy remaining votes will DM counted, and ALL EARTHLY POINTS .
ral Monuments. ..)' of Or the magalflcent library awarded to the
JuSd a drawing by' ., volumes ; organization having the largest number }Ia VIa VIa a
lleaaly and the latter ; the 1.1. of votes. The Hun will. publish In Du OIl' Unfit Dupont P. 6.O. T f Dupe
North S at th V t
planned a revenge which ... ; the each i Ie.un a coupon which will entitle or or ti Slesanbip es Jar" .,'c
. ;. .11111i! i the holder to two votes that will be Jaok.'nvtlle Jacksonville jjne :\ofoC\6.): r
.tIP antiquity to ridicule. i 12 credited. to the Institution that I. written
,j'"t piece of atone he on space provided for same when Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed ServiceTime
'tn" Anglo Aaxon these books I delivered to the ballot boxes in either
oft. "Here U/irdciiut mechanical of the stores. Table in effect April 18. 1005.
dry stared about Depart For GAINESVILLE Arriver ,
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L'Vnd i'dough bad was It In exposed the habit In of destaL"t I Secured From tho Following,'. Merchants: I -aw; pm J -- High pnoga and Inter- 1 i C' 2+, "

it'N t destaL"A Deily mediate Points I Val )

';,,Iaw. days later Cough railed 'I W. R. THOMAS. 12:16 pm Oc.la. Leesburg and Tampa, and a:"'t) I U>
V MTW the Hlab, which he ...,. Voters I Our Buggies Wagons and Harness Daily I. lotermfdlate Points I Dau
:b.en found In Kcnnlugton '" .. art the best at the right price and a
supposed Mite of ) I vote worth. going after. Our Livery 1SO pm I Palatka. Jacksonville. 1 :3.\ p n
'and overjoyed at his good '. FurnUh- department affords. a splendid opportunity Daily I North, East aDd West Ii Dad1
lied It off' In triumph as a to vote.W.
antiquarian value. lie .. We sat- S. Dorsey & Company. 12OG p m High Springs, \VaJcrotl', Savannah Brunswick, 3:15 p
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Illith pride to his fellow of all. The Grocery' and the Market offers Daily Albany.ttlaata. all Pointe North, East West Dan,
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:;oclety, of Antiquaries, a the strongest precinct. 70 percent of .
Jwrlttrn' on It, a learned your voting strength Is with the grocerrvery 8:2 p m I ::5.1" A fUI
meal' you .e.e. It'. voting.Bring Rochelle, UleaooPl and Cltra
where
eel and the Inscription you I [)
Daily al'l
lj In the rientleman's you' make, the your same.Gainesville account. and vote when yoi' ) I I
t overlook pay - -- --- -- - -- ------- - '- -
r ttni' triumph was complete ;
Planing and Coffin Co.
: m 7 m
the Into bU
public eilyex.Monday
with them but what, hi I l A glorious opportunity for contrac-load i. --L- High Springs [Snnd.1lnterchangeable'Mileage
for their A
Jon to vottt favorite. .s.
feeling and language I ,) of Shoes ..
of wood 1O votes. Don', miss them.W. --- _- - -- - -- --- -- --
aId not have. been possible and you want. O. Fagan. Company.. Tickets, good over 18.()(() mUtof/ among the 1"110'elp.1
see us.
In print. Our Meats and Vegetables are the railways' in the Southern States are on sale by the principal agentsThrough .
thing over fifty years ft I I best the market affords. Vote here .Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic C >a.i
lulty of antiquarians was, A busy store Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
Gainesville Steam Laundry.
'legend faintly traced on heavy. We For complete information call on
.tab_ of atone wblcb. M Give us your work ; save the bundle J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent Gainesville
slips. Owl your friends to do likewise.Take .
aid, had been them to our agency and get the Address i .
..IDtfcn vat Ions In ( The votes votes, Big item. FRANK O. KOYLSTON, DIs. Pa s. Agt.. W.. D. STARK. Trav. Pas" lei.
vrwas fm> Inmrrlptlou: I Cushman. t 188 W. Bay St.. Astor Bnildin Jacksonville, Fla.
.a,. 0AIIAU. ONU. TOC. A. M. H. M. EMERSON, 'l'rar. Mgr., W. J CRAIG Gen. Pass. A tWilmington. ,
Votes will be Issued for
premiums
.*; C. Kb OIl N. C. Wilmington. N. O.
> new policies written or old policies re
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splendid .. . .
'what language was It and exacting newed provided such premiums are ------ ------ ----- - -- --- - - --- -- --------------
let. It meant The accepted" \ In plenty paid, within thirty days of date of policy. _
at! that tb* legend referee In For *>.oh lOcentsof premium one Advertise in THE SUN
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y to Ilardlcanute ,or vote will b*> Issued.
rood that speculation even Confection Mrs. S. W. LsQrand.

mb until the wicked Joker '.. They The only Millinery and Notion store -. - -- .- ---. - .-. -- -- .. ___ ..___ __h. _._. _
Issuing votes Vote her*.
ntery to confess 'that he
----- LOW RATES

true chlaelevl cup tntiinlattoo In cnick.the Inscription:wa.Jb'And so'it of) Note Carefully. FOR LOUISVIUFJ[ I

'" A II."' .."'- provide that vaoh merchant shall carefully make
.' night of each week. sending a duplicate of same Special : OccasionsV

.i. gate*r**.&!iin." ..te }....... ....... carefully. before wrapping noon of each and tying week theta over up his in own as small signa HIE[ P. ft.Very I

tk" imeultle.l In the your own name and date of delivery on each so that
.. traveler. 'write: "Tb your records and delivered a committee on SOUTHERN RY.
tsiai lu a Ivttrr are almost ... of the contest.
*lRelenl from th,,M ut"ed con
TWO TRAINS III.tAST..
t1y. and this'."> tu an SUN'S Voting Proposition Su
Low Rate Round-Trip
LrlU history are MRII: | dtfTerent.\
Ie alDcAt hn "....IIII.. to .U.UD will an employe of this paper be allowed to east a Leave Jara_af Ille VttOa. ta., .t&* p. m
atvl. U. the mer Tourist TicketsOn
-'teeeea. tly
"ltJ of 73 votes for every psUi three month' subscrip *4. ii Atlantic City N. J.. and re.
illy lodltlnciiiiiiiAio !. six months subscription and fiOO voles for every turn. On sale tlail,. Limit October
dative, sud the UuW l..-t\r* ..1' to Daily Sun, and RU: votes for oae year's sab- 81. 1ft6. aale dally to varioos rr.ort* T
IT* and the trriu whlvh It un. Old subscribers get the .*... number of votes .....& liar Ifarhor. Maine, and re. and 'West limited October 3"t' "
the same a. U.. sign of th in ad.,.,.". Every voter should bet a eQ riber. turn. On sale daily Limit October turn including Chicago. Miles
j For Inctsm'v. the lest. the largest number of voles la this manner we 1. 15Il)6. Minneapolis. *t* Paul I"nT.r. 1
"'Tf'd son.* may If rea.i OMoberJ4lh, 19O5 10.('...) votes. ....10 Saratoga Hprinr*. N. Y. and rado Springs Pueblo:
Bible *Tt N l<. the ...'n return On sale laity Limit October." trt sOr '
81. IWfi Extremely low ratrs to P< .
'.:Without"'h.1IaII.t goet> W<*,hio.ton. It C. arwj r*. ... account Lewis <% Clark C
>"tJMt ...o\ln.r. tarn. On sal daily Limit" October Exposition | also to San Fr.
.)c .e I VOTING COUPON. 31. IPOft. and Los AD...".
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I Ortt/a of u._ elew..,.... Onlv line operating throo: K .;*
'lb. family of N tu.nilMr ut "' TWO West. from Klortda to Chicago. .
t from. YorVahlrv, bas a ( . holder to two vote that emu "be east for BSfiVa:: Daily Only line oi>erating through s'
-Yeyvrd and has bad It for l lition nR for the beautiful library, when properly Leave JjacaMMiUte Ti4i f "., 7t&4 p. r from Florida to W. Louis with dear

.. The foouder ft f It returned to the ballot boxes la either lb. above +......& CbtcA< su>d the teeter of Uie Oa sal*daily. Limit October. Ir iOIMmbfcg ala.TLroogh Free rs toorist llala sleeper<< chair ear* t
-'WhIdIa be ftvet cold to.him & Car Service a U carte dioiag ear service In the South,
on reUgtaosj ..u..,: "\ . . . ., . Slespiag ear reaervatiosis' and de Ask foe Uefcta via I*. A N"
[ li rch."( v .. .... to any f
Soatt COOH to- tt+ tailed lafortsjatloa cheerfully furnished For rs. sod & *
..m Thsl1 yon are . . . . . . vpoa apjplioaUo. P forth t>r Ws....a4 foe *.".... r.'r'
:care of Veter. q. IQft west Bay 8t...'. T.kpo..74. ......., eaU swHte OEOFa &. 1IJt....,
J. C. LVS[. DfotHet Pa*** g.r.&cI,11 -. R *.- IPItt,, *#? L.? TN.K.
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CITY AND I was I elil I. I
NEWS OF FRECKLES AND PIMPLES among the visitors. to this ci'y' jenter* ..
day. '

COUNTY CONDENSED iii 1O DaY-B, use R..... I-.. :M. Ilartman of Paradise. wan

N'ADINOLATILE I Gtim among those.I't"' who spent yesterday m Raincoats Raincoats:!

General Interest Gathered .
Matte of COMI'LEYtiO HEAUT1F1EU. BIIIRIbbon lemon and l vanilla retracts -

by Our Reporters. are> absolutely pure suit Itr .great: :

strength( Your money t tck if they ; Wo have just rin- i\'d! a lull
fail to ;
i please.S
ITEMS
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL I

II :McGill of Tioga war in the ("il) line of the newest stylos i in 1 la: :1it1-i ;{
Happened and What Is Going yesterday. Mr. McGill came to .Has
y "at suit Dr Xlderman" In the matter ur

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs dental work, and will I be here fur *ev. coats and would 1 be glad to lm\i:\ '
Rs.d"It
"He Who Runs May
So That eral l days.

in The Sun. Gainesville Lodge No 990. U. P. you call and see them. l

:.ditaJlinJt cards in latest styles! 0, Jo!:., will hold its. regular weekly"

olflce. meeting In )fssrruto Hall)| Thuroda;
it Sun
Fred Frie of Arcber.spent Tuesdayin night, ut which" there will he work. .\ ..
full attendance is desiredCharlton !. a
Jt G&inf'nillt..
Bunch has returned from TamPa Knight, a naval t More operator .
F
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and other points. of Mayo, wa among the via. Our Fall Dress GoodsHave

Wlntf'd-Ho' about IB to work in THE NADSNOLA! GIRL itors to this city yesterday He came
tooansult with the United States lam
.tore Apply to Robert McClellam (Formerly advertised aDd aoWl a* office on important butuue**. al.M: arrival.! complete., line in
. SATINOLA . .
) J. j.: ivHo or Patton was amongthe <
vintors to Gainesville yesterday.Fine No change tu formula or package. The name Will A. Strinjcfellow, formerly or all the newest t.. shades and di signs i
only baa been changed to avoid eoafvalon. M this city' but now residing in Jackson
I shrimp huh and Rood. Fish we cannot afTortl t.. have no valuable preparation ville. camet down for the purpose of .'
Phone 183. oc confu ed with any other.
Produce Co. quart.
and acting as umber at the marriage of Jn! .
h.rjaranteed. and money will
rfortff H. Gibbons of Archer was NAU1NOf.A lnery oa.e where It fails' Victor McKlnatry and Miss Janie Taylor. It'ytui netMl anythinij in
visitors to this city e.t.er. to remove f reck let. iiui.. .,e's. lit eo.co...... ,
the .
among! lar dlk.-.lorat.luWl.! black.helWbt.dh.rhrurllltf eru|
tlons.' etc. The won oaoenln. :3.itay,,. leaven
day the skin clear soft. healthy. and restores the Col. John Ii. Dell has returned from
II M Sherhotue Mleanopy,. was beauty of sout.h.l"rtce his farm at Hague, where he has h..t'lion MILLINERYCall I I ;
visitors to this AO cents and *l.oo. Sold In each city
the business city
among by all leudlntr drucvNto. or by mail business for the past two or threedays.
jeterdayJudRe' _It,*.,H E|> toot I.V IIV Colonel Dell has one of the .

J. A. J. Strickland of Hague National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn. best and most prolific farms in that and seo our di play. All now gtol!U.

war among the business visitors to this Sold in Gainesville by J. S. Hod i ford section. I

city yeoterJay.Kev A Co. and J. \\'. McCoIlutn A: Co. Mr. A. Morrow: and *on. Hugh just rt'Ct iv.'d. 4'4'V't'

: )1 r. Holahouser, the Baptist d i. ._ ._.. left yesterday for Philadelphia anti t
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friends in Kaltimore. :Mrs. :Morrow will remainin
Tine of Micanopy. visited Sheriff I- "'. F..nllE'lIlrf& yesterdayfor .
this city yesterday. Ilallimore. but her nn expects. to
Rex on otlioial hu int***. '
The home of Hobt. :\leO..llan..t. Dr J. liHrricoii Hodges has returnedfrom enter the Ilaltimore College of Medicine \ wi'l continue oi\r\ ,

Liberty street, i f. being improved by a proferiiioiiHl trip to Cedar Key.Fresh for th.' second term. (
the addition of a story lion Chn.. Finley ha- returned to F
tumatneM and bean to.
ftiap his home In Lake City after a visit to 49cSILKSALE a
the New York Life Inturanoe
W I I. Hill of : day. Full and Produce! ('.,. Phone I 183.
Company made a business vi.. I his sister.! Mr, M. F. tlrilllth. this city.
FriendiiofJ.lt. :Mel>nald are gladto
iij'o:: Uoelielle yesterday. Mr. Finley claims (tineville as his
Her Mr. Gordon of the McIntosh learn that tu i i. out again, after a 'ultl home." and has many friends for ONE WKEIv[ U'XiEI( ; H. f
few iline: .. .
days' here who are always glad to see him.Those .
F: +it"t church was among the visitor
to rftiufxville( yesterday. 1\1. 1) Davis, H progressive. merchant I deirlng! the very best in the

rif Hague, was among thtife who paid : way of engraved visiting card, bus!.
K P. Richards, Jr.. has accepted a I Gainesville R tuirfinerd visit yesterday.Tne flees' Matioiiery, or wedding! invitation HYDEHs
I' itiun on the clerical staff of II. I | G. W.
r. l button Co., bankers. Sun job stilt make. it a point *, are invited to call at The Sun of.
to turn out your jolt printing with Ice and examine sample' XX'e are
lorula..! orange, sweet and juicy neatness''' und dispatch! at isonMbleprice agent for the best house fu the country 1

only art' per dozen. Gainesville Pro *. for I hi. line of work. s Hl B i t 1t
tiie ('\II\I'.IIJ.\ Phone 183. .. .
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For ale-Two round-trip' tieketi toNew J O I'jfon, a progressive farmer of -
Ni<.ely furnished) room for rent. .Nocnokinc York. If you want onw or both \\"hullt.. section, was iw the city THE YELLOW FEVEH.

Apply on premises, 303 K call at or write The Sun otHce, (Jaiiiea- relerday lie brought to market a - T. F. THOMASOHDtltTARIIIII
il-erty+ ft reft, or at this office. tfTUPfI..rllinA villFla.. coop of 'line thlcken, shish old read Many New Cases at Penaacol and i

Irate for sal.at this of- A handsome new sign has been ua. 111' at good price. While In the city v Several D..tha-New Orleans,

rV.-. &M Err dozen! $3 pr hundred. )ended In front of the store of IMrs.b )lr. Tyson oalled and renewed his sub l'epsaeola, September :'JiJ.'-:Slrie" last CO.PUL (

Cah mu..t accompany' order dawtf \ T. McCormick the oiilliner. Kn.t. cription to The dun. lie i i. one) of our night the fever ha been iiaiiilnif. :1MV! .\

On account of breaking up house.t Liberty street. oldest and meat valued ..iIL. rl""u." now ..a.e* bring reported ,....t..rtS.Jarul

., 'ei'tni; .11 my household furniture Miss Helle McKiimtry left yenterJayfor -- one death with four now ..*... up I.J I r.N E OKGOODS. '!
: ... for *ale' until October lt. I* to noon today and two death. The
Hri.tol. Tftiit where she will vi-itfriend
ff 1V r.tgaard. NEW YORK people are. ansiou to leave town fursafety NEW ;
fur a few" week The nun,"r- ,.
but the detention I. not
'he finc ixirroiindiHg Owen Lloyd'sproperty our friend here of thi lady wish hera camp --
ready Several men nn lN>ard "......1.
youth University street, iaI pleaant trip. Agents tor...
.. are reported' sick with fever.At r '
I t. ,
IK materially improved by a liberal Cha. Fisher t>f thi.. city has returned RACKET 1onuruentM."rollltmto e

I pp' oution, of paint. from a pleasant vsit! to Tampa. Mr. New Orleans. and Iron K"nctH. \_
key XV New Orl"'ull. Septerttt J"l.-From
C. Footer Alschua wa in Fisher experts tr> slake his departureoon :
11- - -
n.i home from where he I'londa there were It new eases and nudeaths. (
Micanopy, the Univeraity.A. '
.,....1 aU.a".a la all matter to ,,
1.. t With Heptetnber nearly the yellow |.
Ien
visiting friends. J. l)aCo.ta ha. returned from the ell...: \I.I-.Jt. 1 0 10ui E.tRTll.: lelln. this II... Mall sad Ule rapli H.....,'
ft 1: 1 Ti.on of Fannln senior mem Joneville nectinn, where. lit. has been I fever Ie i well under control ; .n sji,tly atlea. ...| I.. +.

toc'r ,f the Jinn of H. L. Tlon h Co engaged for the pact few. daya h in ..ur.u.inR | At Other Points - --
:
k. ,eri merchants, wa a business viait property for K: J Haird. who .. . I A ease. of fever. i I. reported from OnlnCHvlllt Elorldat; .
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">r i,. thi, city yesterday.' own conaiderable properly in that sec* -- Ilretit, four mile from I'enaarola, and _.__.j.f

NI'fr. J. .\ Godwin writes friend tion. Mr. Baird proposes tu make a a auspicious ca.e at Milton. '

Ir m Virginia that; notwithstanding lock farni. In Miilp i thwre are new raves S 3EwE I

f.-r Ti.it. h*. (been short she has had a taJ NX It Thoma and family returned at : atehea<< Viakhurj (sulfwors. Ml. a'f MOUNTSAll

..t delightful vi.it fo far and ia an. yesterday from =North Ca rotin.. : .,..Itl City ai..l Kuiie,, .

II' :,V+nc II more pleaaoro. where they have been recuperating for :
I Q..*.' Hour Services.Tfie .
.
,r latest, style in fall and winterr the past few weeks. They report a de.lightful Our buyer !i. iioxv in New All the oldthechurieit ritilnlal sIs au
time and all have beets line, rnemher of the Viral 1'reshyt.
call
nery at MrC,'rmlek Millinery of the MMXV 01Ank
i r'.r,, rew |flit! block Everything nit d by the trip. Frtetici are glad toe York nan Church err holding what they are
City piirchtiHing; our .
Ltt.atptt.rns. Announcement them home again. I p.....*.... to term quiet hour ..r....s at as is4ued.
the h.ar"h this ...... lb.services .
day
'. ,, every .
r: %ter for pattern hat display. Mrs TV P Garrett and danKhler. : [Fall lino of inoi-chandibo.: beiiiff' called at 4 iff I u'aloek to M4K) thffti, aa tl
Ph I.yt.nof :\11" Outers Mc<\)okand >!r., Tutu F '
Ward City I. in town. cannot Ix .In the .I&n"un and (latlnc for fewmonirnt ; ,
i'r .
''J'lft. -ho i It an employ of the Mcileath. arrived yesterday (runeWaynrsIlle During his ;ab*. nc45. and I is!.
v . *. during "h''.'. time tho. i in a t'a so.
N C. where they havebeen
rn Ezprwa: .
Company, came to
who attend Ire silent .,.
,"p t I. work In the third rank: of the visiting. for .ev..ral week. They Cure the arrival of the heavy The attei,4jan engage as, far during the|>;rai week

''. h of Pythlaa. which wa given report a mot delightful time, having he will ha. been fairly' good and It is believed Fine Fadeless FotiKroin
stock that
purchase.we
.sat night been greatly benefited from the trip. ,
that a great deal of benefit will accruefrun ,,i
''Pity i :>;heriff Granger brought to -- aru anxious to reduce > the m..tings. Lutkel to Ut98MITHV3 a

I t"dJ' yesterday A. 8. Adams i-- READ THIS. --- - STtTIIO.iTho :+t

"::-d with killing a 00. belonging ntock and znake room for i Off to TIUha. %.... .. .
t V >Ihm..1' for which Adams i IhaaUl'R<< Tct ,1uar I. 1'-' )" A number of ys.uag ladtr. ., imoitg <

*v" toa-nwrr this morning at 9 This is to e-rtlfy, that I hate u.edone new good, and wo have I vt.om wr Mi**** Lena lla"". PearlWhetatuortiertrnd.
k S-far Juatiee Colman. bottle of the Texas \Vonder llaU's W..tgasrdCisra

t f N"intance of CrUe.. in the heat UI i+euv_ry, and have bean greatly : inuny good things at exceedingly sad Eve l)rao. left for T.lUh.../. ,,5

r-.t.rd",. Mr. Qiaintaaee Is a I aeRted.. and cart eheerfuSly fee low pric-->; it will Tu...Jsy. where they will sole r the CONTINENTAL CAFE
r of :Vr J. F. nalo,. of Cyril ommend it to the public Woman's 0011... The p.o-l le >fOalnesvill }

a. 1 u wan in that pla-s for the past C. If OUT..* pat you to viHiUour tort*. have a great deal l of tonfj '

"ttJ., Fie |is *n rooi lo .\t'.n.1' I Ii I 1.1 1..B m la the.. yo"" g la S '9 er.. h.. will enter the Atlanta I i A TEXAS WONDER. that they will not U* duapi...lu '..d ,u
Como in and look around f"'a .
il' IIr Pharmacy 'I tine small IxHtl of the Tela. Woo ; I ef14m.t. :

.. W**trnir.."rr League of the First d",. Halt'. Urns Diex .v.ry, eo- all you can nav.- money here. 'lrrsaty 4..S and tni,n*.*. t.ank.

.r:*'laQ Ch jr\h held an .inter... kidney and bladder troabl' *, rrmore-. for*.!. at skis brfle, the lures u_.l ia r
".tin; U tl:) church Tuesday I gavel ears diabet.l"e. .mUl .missions A..a. cously which ...... f>.... In DrJ.f. Coffee. +.
and lam .,...>ks, rb.ur.atUnt > ..'" 1.
weak
'K: Ti- .
.. t r. ,. rh_ Horn rr .t'.a. 91 par hundred n .. -- -'-
... of sAc ....s. .. .
,
Work .I O J, 11I1110.,. aDd all lrr ic'ilanii s 4u,.. by mall <.*ails ,..oJ.' s. A+:' ,
a ,...J a I leis and blaxJJ..r lo tx>tb over, and i .t. Me.U.1.
.. :
m.c..t.r.. ..otJJ..el.I order. d. .' \W
r"'t. co... attend.lterehatt iwo I n n.r.colau bladder tnx Ue. fa ---- "

:". MildreD. If not oM hy Jour Uru rfUi, I 1

.. .. : forth* pis er.U will be ect t>/ mall on r*.).pt of fi.On IT ST. AUGUSTI ., "
.r of The due. small bottt Is two IDODI!:.' least.moat -- n Dpi Early and Lite. t
S
S '::.hs.titQ W ,tJ, J R Ed a4 seldom fall t4> Joe rfe** a L.rt.eo.olfttral.hedhssa atOs.tla -.r. ,

'r eepa.ity" )4r' Me Dr. Ena.-e W II aU..01.. ...... vise hotel. Yr.. bath._ LiIfbti Manse.kerplag .

r Is. :: w4b him ..n I. r. r, O. bes tom. $&. LooM. Uo. PHIFER Bf OS. p.Dll.gtw. K ./l to 1wenlt.

cR I t::...o rstan w Jl S tryst flat II" for ,",...-,,.,.. U trf .JJ e.N
+rove 1.0 RUed 7 X ir x,
advaa{..,,
,tJ: .1';;. :l.....:.; y'':' "" ''to 'T.7 --' .



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