Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 19, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID00996
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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(iAINESVILLI,, FLORUID&, TNRSI)AY, OCTOBER 119, 19(05
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KILLED BY DRUNKEN MAN..

While Sitting on City Hall Steps Man
Is Shot to Death.
Annistoo, Ala., Oct. 1S.-J. W.
Trlg, one of the uI(st prozuinetnt citl.
sens of Amniston. is dtrO. ard Chiefc
of Police Dill badly, hut not du icr-


S oualy wounded as a rc.ult of an un.
P. TaioW JaK usual shooting array hire.
"-L L. I. Ippli, oversatr ef the city
ITINKA ARE II4NG RAIED streets, did the shooting All thre
of the principals were good f-rrnds.
Peoae to Coru en City from Pippin had been drinking heavily
t during the late afternoon, and about 9
SCentry is Large, and o'clock passed down the street In front
M 11ir Show that a of the city hal. on the step of which
y VJltor Are in City. Mr. Trigg and Chief 111 were aittlaI
I talking. Pippin. aiter speaking ple.
M Oct. 18.-The rrsh of antly to both geniltuien. sudde*ty
people to their home whipped out two plitoln and opened
I partly induced by the fact are in the direction of the city hall
er gram ieer isi practical. 'etps. Mr. Tri fell mortally wouad-
Spartly by anxiety to be ed in the right breast, and Chief Dill
the visit of President received two painful flesh wounds, af-
ter which he overpowered Pippin ad
taUtv busineM men ordered him locked up.
ere are cutting their vaca. The shooting was entirely without
ia order to usist In bsow- provocation, according to eye-witaets
president how much his es. Pippln's friends say he did4 ot
ring the lever fight are a- know what he was doie as bl rla-
tlons with both Mr. Trlgg and CIto
gz of people from the aur- Dll have always been most cordlaL
te and more rtnote ec- Mr. Trigg was a prominent tural-
econtry is also on. The ture dealer, and was formerly a real*
comparatively lon lIlsts dent of Atlanta.
and the lists promise to *
rom now on. Oommeretal RAWLINGS MAKES CONrfPEMION.


from the north, east and
have been kept away for
are also putting Is an

try towns that are llttin
t are crowd with ae-
ael!Aere In.

of the Texa Paclec aad
Valley, both d wklob tra
country. are radual-

lever situation endlc
AA the rate at whh mAe
bosmA the deaths for the
will probably equal those
week. ot there prowles to
strklak dilmnution la the
ease. la the state drain
24 hours there were only
and the first good news
t me same from Patterson of
"ew caie i two days. The
of last week is believed
maee toward the destruo
Lemoqutoes in the eity
ce at the New Orleans
is low reportJe to be
ta of over 3,000 4alac the
we weeks ago. Two more
opened this week, ear.
to has sampted as lavIta
the uest of theI satry club
to be given e Oct. 2s.

iaporetUtea so Dr. While's
It tioe fees tiLt.
ilat tto. thLee*
ha mt etgetber adoe
th aeerm n 4t6h 0 d
WlL. Tiare are slateeo este
ly. Oy me death has to

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Tells that His Sone Were Net Implik
cated In Murder.
Valdosta. Ga., Oct. 18.-- consider
able sensation was created here by the
confPesion of J. G. Rawllns. In whleM
be acknowledged that he birdie the oo.
demmed accomplice. Alt Moore. to kill
Carter.
Rawlins attempts to oIear his seoo
of complicity la the aasaelaatle of
the Carter children last June, aa
while he admits hirna All Moore to
"put old mas Oater set of te way,."
be still cotends that aetther oe l
hls sons was prenat or bad anything
to to with the tragedy.
It has bee rumored for overall
days that the elder Rawliags a tcm.
plated cotfesslag hls prt la tho eoi e,
and once or twice la ouaversonos with
visitors to the ail be was trapped "ot
alleged nlarlinatlMin adftasidee HIs
action today, however, ao entirely
voluntary, pulees It be that e was per
esaded to t~h eourse by hsl wit, wo,
It has boti freely stated, reftnly
came to see him for the pe of
trylug to *et him to aheldar the re.
sposulblllty for the asvemsimstl aed&
try to sav his eos fro m the glows.

FARMERS WILL YG COTTON.

eerpia Planters Will Po ebe St a.
poo 30oew ii C*1 Pnged .
pasa Os., Oct. t1.-ThI O L"
tag resolatiose were adoepfg a:t
matlal of ta9 Hasocrk c(Obty 0atus
asocaltUoa. the object beiag to blPs a
orgaaleslo to eater the ashaot dr
ke prhasea of all eotteoo f:d or
soae blow a II ests:
lAnalv 1e. That ow mrm a blsl aw
sitle for the pwoehes of IN ->
toa heod to or soIred ler Sale i
U ests. tha amalmm pes send r
rte aseemslu eas the mehe# ON p
O m n oM grade."
kO he aa loa to aIpea asaw
ortes ar let. bede hLmY a Pa
no warys sde -ow

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las ems L ot la.-At da to
rutS tt o pme ne r melve wIe
at VANN" *eas* Um O sw



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by. ~ 8el ws sme erw bmet
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RETUiMN wITH @OADS 3F OaFTS

While VIettit thr ollrent Far eits1
m KatNiae, Msl Rmoceevelt Has
m Sent ofl Many Presents hb


TO "LACK HAND "8OCIITY AQAIN,
TO I I
SThisfw Tminu They ynamifte a rocery t
1tes o*f Nw* York Italian.
Dull Wo York, Oct. lS.-A chbarXe of,
dynaMite exploded In the doorway of'
N tU tgro ery store of Antonio Glarbatlvo,:
rill Not S tlaton a few minutes *After o'ckrclr thi
X. owrning. rocked the lowet hulf of the
front of the bulldiinli. lbati reJd the,


TEN CENTS A WEEK


Ni LYNCHED

BY ITY MOB

He Shot and il d Promiaeut
Farmer in that Stat%.


windows in the tu lc ui m'ntsbu abu ;nd MOO WAS MASKED AND AlMD
ftr'w Into a p::nlc hni'rreds of t--n-
aits In tihe ialu'ldilte nolgKlboillhoJ. lThe Negro Had Been Pound eO QliN
Windows li tie tuin meit builll at Two Different Juries and Had SM
10 Stautou street,. Op;,ositI. wtro Tt,. I)
broken. No o4< wat dautaI ,,,m l Ey tented to Life Impriseament-01


Vaie Stet. A e tf $100,0o3. Injured, although man) hbritres al..I .ur
weare rwcelv,,I in the htrry of I;I. ItH
blo10 n, 0ct. 18.-4 dipi at to the trilhteilitd tenom, nt u Io to u. .ii, froiti
ReejbrdbHerald topirashi on. says: ticlr houas< fa tbi.i i o i .ir iultlen
Secrtry Mw av LO ,ll or of the awAkelnlng.
Port of a IA lMd' l h.id a load T'1 outrage is ,1l1'ed i by I,1o pO
to trouble for e4tiS we kas about Uee to hav- bncri .llieilect atmne
whihb the pubthe hI a own nothing. OGrbatro, who has to swlaterl% to eu
&ad It was ilftd4 yegtdnl W)itn teo pying llvlng rooms n the bulletin
oretary-woi t old 1lb ~i' '*t ioosle- Oarbatvo a waeek ago rtect-eit-i a
feat to osllot the l S'l y on al "black handl" lett,,r ditnaUitlJuK S1lti
dutiable artilelt brout Ib.ak to this He turned thu letter over to th'e ipaco
country Lhy'it Ato Re. %elt. The Otoiers and since they nate tevii try.
total of thb duty Is ei', tid to be tag to id'ntly the nathor,
auarjy WAI -
The Idahter tof U pr .tIdent has FIAIRUL STORY OF SHIPWRiCK.
rPelvedo Juatg ht trip ln the Phlle --
Ipplneg. ChimU, Japas sad Kntita anay Oy Two of Crew tscape-CI Are
pretty saJ some quite la: ahle son- Drewned or Suicided.
recra Boston, lct I.--A a ry of a north
Some one ua ggta that Mlns Roose Atlantic shipwreck. In rfWrh right tna.
velt be allowed to bring i' artlelse men'e ffnerd so feartlly from tlxp cI
duty tree as s wee treatvli with all, re. hunb r anti thirst, that sit of th.tiu
thlbowl ata prices a an i did meeh either died outright, were washed away
to oesa t te friiedshlp hween the I a raaed by tavir fearful experience,
United states sad forepigt countrlea1 threw themselves Into the si.e was
The belcagtp of tit cruowed told by (e two survlvur uof the coast.
heads of royalty anod io dllmats are g sch0aooner, Vanname and King, of
thus admitted duty fee In,, the Unit.1 New Haven. which a& beaten tu
e4 Gtate. Secretary Iv received pleces by a gale ol tf louth Laro.
elLgetionu mUtll he was a m;.i t saic. illa eoast os Oct. 6.
All ibtt to out before l d~loat1a The twom nwu who lived through the
g was tt tathe pre*oau, had brea Iv days were rescued by the shoo.a
reported a worth probably 100,06I. eor 8tllman rP.,Kelly, whieb arrived
sad i the O su rate of duty wse Im-i here late today, are Wiilliam TMotae
pooed It would suet MI Roovelt or and William (l. Warer, both 19 yeoro
her tether upWrd of be per cett or old. OaO ball from Altigna. rittlsh
C0.G. I( W.et latlv. The a ls *eo e by
Neither Mis Roo ve nor her fath. one. swecumbed, were:
er it rich, although t.. youna woman! Captain William A. Maxwell, of New
s umdertood to have a waiIrtet fortune Jers y. Mate A 'has., home unknown;
Ia her ow right. a..yslly eretaPy, ealineer, a oftJrfan. name unknown,
Maw took hli borden the prrltalit calro seteard, a*uue unklMwn, Wll-
Aed old him all bout it llain U(risll and lred Arther, segro
"Therfe i bet one thinl to do," saai snmes, buut from Jsamaica.
the preeidet. "Thati to tirea my
daughter baggage as )ou would ihe1 WOMAN POUND UNCONSCIOUS
boasj yC otbes ivate per ousi -
Ihe will pay y ty on 'erytblbd tlha PollH Do Not KWow Whether It
s dutiableb." a Cae of Murder or AOsdMd
.- New Vtort, Oct,. 1.-& wmse ap.
DINur iA St Lt. PeoIorbel.r pareatly but It or 3 yefs of ie,
IM. Ptetrsbu Oct 17 .-4:9 p. wasa C aod is Ihe wl"a ed of
--a a eHoosater bt *** the polloe brewalag sepeaIs te eer ofI the
sad the triklg print t ate goe. Puh es weee. the *a. dst siht
Measet bas sof print iag Od ora. She lIve but Ui#stsus. There
IL t"e ad fero o e '*were were three betqes bl e i hAr *eit.
A Ired obt eo erbu.iy. Ihe priat. At 4he iLePIt l t W aM th oere
Ro aotomp. to b i 8 m g was soa eomeso a arOtMery Is a
4a6s1 als o lmesa of f MtIeletbo S wSe. 0W.l I a trasb hey.
Suam. Ko.ebo whbl rrt. iltY l pair M l kh l&M M 4 thio aleo a
it peste sad sat r e wi are. Oerua, afM-Iesl to a M :
46 froes the edg tI ass o I bowhope "a mA st yeer deserts.
j- bef 1rep er s fro the P ese. I awae ws a 4mIt 0, I pray
Wa wll ta th Ke tor *n se of tslt O0d *N' blo M, e pa Wft ypo
"y. The Lithe broke et tdo ore r pese bw W to* ta peer eso entry.
. A Itephasm eI- apM te Mau e o 1s s t I d4 a* oleOliv


Wa t Ot. M38.- 4 18 a1 o 0 4 a l the m was



ft to* |mu Wll i a g emu be r tA

ra aft DO. is-e 4* "asW sam Las rast as"r ws
-r me a' -1 h1 8Wthe .= m elp d

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bI"eit SN. ^r t b o 1i iB0W ILj.W Sl A i ', n sti 1r -AS
l 0" a "1s A1 'er. a 4W take 4s"
me 0 11 6a" W*si


40joe D aferlo0 --- om ft k is p~k As


Clow to the Lynohers.
l.t~tite~, Ky., Ovl. 8.M-Virgil Dow-
tu%, it n ,io, era tI*CAfan lfrom k the fty
)Wi 11, N, Inst nign ait IIAJ(O 0,'clock an0
Ii b,'i IIk4), 1n aPL'ii It, ~rcuS ZMA r I OWA'


IjA to Ilarklxoirill'.
I'hl axgllsho*ut and killed S ge
iiaars, a iiitulient antd wealthy KUtM
cunit In) limtr deair. u the aigt 4I
Aiig *i.
Th'i. near) % tried y the LAuIal
mont) ti jir> titrl) last wek. Th lJvy
dislat-.*'.I. tih l 10 fur the death penal
ty ain. 2 ft r a life Itupriaonmalt sea

A seconeld trial hb a jury broebht
from Iok ('Catle county. render d a
vlvrillet f1,h ifr Iniprisonment Mfter tea
juirtirs hadi viteld for saigin.
Tho ,moil Im ihilght to havt e&
fr)m Knm ,mi'saity. All wore *mased
anitl were annrt with luns, pltols,
SIc r'!~', pltks. c, e an tymstalte.
Tow. nmoi forerrd the jailer to deliveI
I1p Ihe i pilI.etier.


Cowhfded While In CeWS
RtAumstiatM, Flat# Oct.lS,'"4bj
preiinsinary trials b the oarut Oe
tirtihers, acctul of the urdeS laiof Ow
sid dwiard cVarter, was hold Meaday.
Judge Mackay decided to holdall th"
defendants under 31,000 heedeob W
answer rSich Ind ltr ma so 1Wy bo
loemS at Iih November toer olb Sem'p.
cult court. The fIfth brother, Jamm
(htoes, tie not yet been e Pts"ed. A
sationaml affir gree out of e tia
shortly slier the ourt edjourd #A
110 ,Wi ,$lehrk, of DofbM 14
lachd anti severev ly sbidod PerrI
iretnw. o fMoultrie. before the afar
*as stopped by the Ouglajers, It was
soid That Mi41eti h ad beeg bette
ads lst Grsa fur year# on masup of
as lan vtleg letter t)"* ao Mls to
have wvtlte* to e le. it h Itwo
alloadel the trial MM the eWlfti
Miavow. After 10e afFtIr thew t 1 11
welltois ppoelti e vegss.

DOw"me Pla Wy W"ie"
lole 11. 1. C.. 0et 0I9.-h Op
Pearaes II IMA cI oy I" "CIe&*
maw" ThemeDim'same swpbes. Wole
"de wit te UeInI"uIIs mpw
Mador S. lislh 10 uSM6 el01ii
Was the EMP keg* easlue"of asly
play that base bo me hW er. to
roe as I an Ito ofbw S"oo
dra"mago O U" 1 as. b"Mlgof
the msofta" WMu6 I t"psehe
same. vb% 0 W" IMM 0 W111p

elahy ei 0010 0 10 ad" WW 4

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do, delDwin.lh n i. forthie te
tosldod REml ** ubey I a uin te a fttrthep enu,..


Ap eeo ~ eluiot Mk --n m oo t rshotisftV, ut s on
*i used rue along side ilw, ear asV m ova 1110m4 p hiey .my tfom tht no ighns



is~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ therr etne bbol e:er."''tYBL.8jJftYt3ta
or Train. t q west t
.," a tub .1 mmmd $eny' kind Dok wlitS mug, tiom fortbo "441mi d %e vitt
ir ansd ws .01*17 dessreueowd. & d.11lood Purifihts,
u o PcinrKU& lot is W low b W ar lik "Is H4BWDAE%,7!j* r; ;ll kbotioa-3ad dro. fw into the~e ir



Sit be ..uiurl @1she mgl.*UMrI@141 ~h"qs suqee 4 doeostolgiowWodPison.iup~ b tphi n
t 4ml d haord gwbj 4011 ba mers "a _n cut e pattk of ab IVI& -is W" antNMwdI
station for U06 of '.I , ith Cam. the d 1 ease
"h n ntoumwi" a auits -ft Permanently.
owitabod n the sidjas dwdom I "w-Wanneollab 0- la ,14AW M&Nfiffift se" & & & does ot bide W cVW uop any of 6e~
$bat draws orlin No ft, JANW, id 10 1 I.ii'N wo &-
r wood a mC@ n s's a vega IlirAv Iry @lem.so41114111' pA to br4 ltot il k leew, but so coin.
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jwasrn lngsds ey th~e OBar e diotW m ,udhL oeht rim "d bytem Alm s44 penpe Iep1
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Co.410 OWr e thil t -usde d .0001".profhe trou tb idied10tins a par.
If the reoveo the aos. b r oxBsetUU & ofd o (kind. With V i ue b le treatnl.t




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al h adOks he040 o-77w10.:-ws h 1 -w4 bmp . ldrd ad4l gtla MAose oUoss4
fl~k: ~ ntodlrS Tt~y Ci~tLY ~W. where t ft mo Ifi had say basin Y.. to at ___________________________
SMllliUSi0w hv@u \bee ca. av en cm gueiCllri mirnee Je toad to Ilr h bttr stodto isat
enatnle stoI a ld on ta p0 live







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thatd o wauahip oaadsea (heol lamelui prUwt3 .MeoleA
I aoe sihdr tat w A or great"cfo11s out sale a Lt







5kRy SA~leiaAtung rru ssla. oa~k Yb Ouns Ne
i~rrg ~leees Tte Mtr.h~ N~kre. Maal do Te greetest of the Moreupee,a beginsonStrdy Ocoie 21,1
Ift al o ut*00 ahers Ow -n BLo 1Ind1 (oe8181er100, b= W 154h.low.
the0, wow C, w.illsave, 11 an t oe m d k Ta he allofurrILINEYdgod
etsetseoe$ Uw *2110841901, 2" oft, AM SO dif d the bill. Itre
of~lex up 00 46 wrook obje (old) solililly





sobhh iga he kti it Is ""nw eam A P on on it*9e Wud wil besoleon ednwda an
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li~~~n~~ieYor w ,h~u t80t~ cabdeS Sad Jta *10 ltlot h1b Thursday atl greatly fredouced
0*k7br ARle. o'r'mT lb. trYIaU l t Oh.01. hy0e-W- a %At I t leOwe. a s Ab ree
t11 reeorde of his be. me.00%b This str will beska cloed on two Wish
4 ,os w s hae ben todaerygir ayest b a rg
uat cnnaR ~bi and Still do 011W *9 W", &M dwors at. r 18 -.9ar





bm~is,?es.. ~-~~ ~~ ~~ te J hg* ed was md y udsiegnessogl Friday,
4" beft oWT lhee ON O 20, tooasI bt get ready
Ne SfIfre i o M UssC 1esp .,f ba been aoln 4oo *a Ow vA0 I er oes en 1Mo hautlinf te s ale.
04ys tha t I t br 1 sated us r' Os. 161k$0," 4a A d Ies I l 100notpos wl i
aUthoritt that the outhern rmji. y Do ae 6100 Ans h s buMle oh mban&eewatmoautolem

beg e Psonhel wt e.aeo fD Inw040 od W 0 411116 o Ptt. form. FlysKde ae a e l h ats-aladWne
Is TOM bo. Gemse W. "e~ Nw wkonmede sosobya rind ad



VS"fft tJ. latter Ito ermit bu the mosey flerk, hau e the style will be ready for your in-
Oft. n o ten his south an* Ae tet.f buta.sd ta kin otree A Crd.
1 bllr TUMIDg1froMJO-IbsOW Ie41 bes brgh tO s6 Wow. ed t this Thise dsy isn Jo rth 1 gs
tewmar 4~-tq t~7s, N.- ~ i C. t w 66 11r1md e ntreiyowallr mose.
totolldeaiinwmiarV" wotW



turt, trackage privle.es evr thesfy... t s sadrgr, eato younr gou toa salet slope the
toaraiwfrWASaRa to ruth Tlon out as atw h sthr
i~fMro*Sdes rt o cel.ain at brinsted.7 seVlhb rwealga t Im amid. res sn ,
d& Is about is oan"rtSer gwefover thej go ibto eetk InJsq rb Ply Site 5 msi bocitina 30
L elt ay ( isoete -I o rivermI to the mogth. esIS,abanwtll10160i ohe oaiaWes.aThe le Io o u MILLINERa yelooo
fftee"s91Mree soLam"e State. Cto *hiss W eo ran ON Aetev. et 3.
Usruasab.. O ct.r I. Thuomas Jg. w. Vgtk Iseq Te ase The ""0" sm only. Mtek m thaedO ba =pit* ISS
44 the S b mhagit ra, rwa nC for athree yes he u etk ~Lau tormd rce. l mtls L. L.at
S rel by Jp Cas.n wthun seriorOve rham wod hew h r oflldho.amdwlllbUsod ld on a of caks maa.



'~ ~~ &A "d StY 0 ss Now( 10 hue wTt wflm We hiswim ow its" A esmmow forWinti




alt Sroubdthi jii E~I~r~hacu 50an b it3 Sea~m Tmt~1ro -s-,.i
ltiof. f fealop fbt! ade n N to t . dal i bg W ce weuc are :
:t,"a so 4A tbe seume .0- Thursday atwt aur1~ a





adloiesed Fa rrel Iakhlg oaMh WI as f ewaHil.t foreSma atmAV& TSL aSihor l miteSla a dI T r
01111 ltqc, of Cl LIb raltw. 1% Anism0CI(~Ol'~ o lL O a







the eu~n t alb sev.r 1r0 rn. (bbai3. 001. lsON th o em he gs 0 4s Ip80:Twh iere ftdr e wil be p ew SeaUan
he11 Osn Join yr, el Sa nd e thaoo mhaveolmiesed rce, inumday, t Sed Baveryg and TWie. AI
to Us batlae from Johnso Iclty, vembr elmalon. N d*U van Set 150 Is am "have, Itso &M elephants
says thatIt Is stted upla rell- Cle week bn elapse a lsee ibed tw Is"Sde. Akbr dwld I IS ws fr t e sle
04, agU rty that The Wm lr Mo cvrya Te111.0Adm U wbule s aglaet aso,
%ft sztesded the Olive Smasha ompu7 ra L 417. &94 the ti"PPhnr0 DW A a a ad vres i ed by his
Old koross to job bala u with Cleo. am* to ot 311dr rrw trad 0 onuft, of Fiwmttt& son
ftC t" and the latter Is tro permit bim the 00*97 aloft. Acr ro"A. A Card. wtw
entbttws to agsl his M* Bad On tbek but not 6 ta lme d ewralr taa
~CII1 d0. hm h anght to 11f tb i &Mbtmmal wo his -ML. I. IL '11oa


Uidagreem et Pewo a w p 0 Preee VitOrio Me0t 0 os O Wa t Mewv &ad a yl or NVW wftta nm Lea their in Si~ior bde.
fti a us.. Oct1(W. I I.n. _J&owe. ~ Tare av e4 agpreable oder It W'cw
Ibtft bottling a PMal1ka0 of Imp, I togto the alaa r ftes, a TMuyren of the James Eug:.-h
Ice with he Motaltri erta mila.1S~9O55OIk 6 ~ltb*pe uei ~*5, auatrr fteJme (j m(vdEii
lama bournbe aritwatagie te e . kI "k r ouiseatostSe bm k"Ia Of & wsland Cotton (un, and Bupp~u f r 5 n
1w. n" Was ar anal to my w aes& a w ben wai r e ORMd L~IP~V~ L ~~.C'~
b rldegroom of oalu1t 6 hf Iw*, RusehfuHo udSe 44 the -.f0IM. tpeakred the t W a. (iAINO t to
Preeqik meeerATh due i _______
68 Mrrk4 11111% ftbal rin. the I FrkL od-fi* ak wk Ikla- rho Sao w b" jort -
be als. it Is cM, e to Uwe a a n lfe
WN ru bed Ile was o th so of 0 a~t" SMlMlUL -1 at wehw rm am ""l It L SALS4ia~ ~
?A be srtusly IIL west I la wles sr 16so
if Ow saw ePac to "- adto
6 m si'm ea Vie 0 Loedes he ureg o t a m o M w d wel,- 6 W 6 0491 "2 % k O4 % OFP e
a1s,' hrt. is. w -rme sy m da y softb-Mee",vim
E tParis w- micisi -1 o Vanrrub a dMAMra ft. Sw"pd i e gag g

"W gsdl of 4 &M" Sam s S" Idbolas 1=4
SOR AM1"Wilam SW IY v to 04 2 pot Ow" w sof 0" O
a- 60w 0 u Ia v ase a **U



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--LO1


A HUGO TREASURY
tea. m~m~of tShe Fm-... Wwghweft~
Prowswed IMrketMIr
i Mzany lYa blu Mvlk that -t- Ite
yeirs 7 v the fmol ltir wity iunt te
k*- 11011.-4(S of Ut. WeaIIIII ila~umiaor the
i h, fpwindows ut tl. :*taitimqe dealers
Iren are nol otoly Lutvrt--::ia frout their
.d rnirity or atwociastio.i. ilut alu in the
matwuer In Whichln theyqme luto tbe
hbaud* ot the dealer. 'Ilie falkowiag
UD story tol by a dl.vlor ilitty Ilesstrate
kek this fact and tell litivm a orlrloeks lk


I er eeArs. Alexander and came near to being throw away:
e tHreorme years ng:t. whlIn staying In the
IL 0eabey returned Monday little Island of ;Glieri'eIi. In the UEl-
I.JMourirlle. llsh channel, whllh.(tior so many years
anad B. A. Tompkins are was the rk4idenll of Vl.t )r Ifugo dar.
i1 the lae on Bur- t I*, la his exile frtnl F'rrae, I was go-
hng through one of the hld streets and
B. Tey bite right lively. tryed Into a sevndhiand furniture
MeIwen departed Fri- store on the chance of tliding sume-
Ihwthorn. where she will 'thing that might he' ntersting. Among
ib with W. T. MeoEenm. Ievoral odd pieces I founldi the bottom
Swere held at thke Orange of an old Chlppendale irtdrsing mirror.
illhs eburoh Sunday by the minus the mirror, the e ater of which
*. T. J. Kin. had been hollowed out to form an
I*kliad and daughter, M. Inkstand.
za 7USaThe oddness of the plw attracted
wsed bhoe Soaurdoay I on my attention and uloln questioningg the
phere they were sumnmoed dealer he Uafo~ael nime thlt it was a
aIa o the trial of P. A. Bar. part of a lot of rnbhlsh that had bepn
thrown out of Hautevill llouse. where
ibb was a pleasant visitor to Victor IHug bad liv(el nail which is
SThursday, stopping at the still preserved Intact by his family
Botel while here. st as be left It upon his return to
Swaqn viOited by another France. This old house li full of costl
Sarantique tt Isures with which the ai.
B ayevening. thor loved to surroull himself, and the
Driver s Strike. visitor on application to the caretaker
O Divor boy rlke. Ia today abown over the place and asee
, PP.. Oot. Il.--The trike thtabe ble and bed used by him In hib
rtver boy at the colllre Of old study at the toti of the boome Ia
1. Markle & Co.. which o-. which be wrote so ninny of hib worka
few days ago, IsI resulted in and watched the shores of his beloved
a $, 000 employee of the country, from which he thought blm-
pp say. The boys quit work self forever an axile.
ei latied that the wages This booue and Its treasures bein
IoIvai are under tae tand., so carefuly guarded by the deead-
Sswmeeti g wau bold last ta of Victor Hugo. I wondered bow
It was decided by the ia' a plece like the Inkstand could have
,nd all work today. been thrown away and bealtated to
believe that It really had coe from
to alt th r thu where the dealer sak It did, the price
to Vi.-tthe l cthta asked for it bing but a few fracs.
S OstL 1.- S retar" I decided to think It over before pur-
toay that he had invited chasil, and in a few days called
Suombera of the forUM around agaln. Upon inquiring fo tbh
to aoosBpany him on his inkstand. the dealer said. with many
visit to the lishmue. It apologtes, that I was too late, andxz-
that they will look over plained matters as best he cold. Due
with a view to the preP r. lag the summer months the lugo fam-
Umalnay plans for the f0r. Ily pay a visit to the Island a few
Ithe caal terminals. I weeks, and prior to their arrival the
S------hotuse is thoroughly cleaned. etc. A
Ph ntMers trike. new maid, seeing an old box, a abe
., Oct. ll.-Unms Job tbolmtt, threw it away with the rob-
tam number of 7 employed blab, and It was sold by a JLak ma
did not report for work to the dealer. A few days after my
were paid o last aght visit to him M. Oeonrge and Mle.
employers deoolarU their Jeoane Hugo, grandchlldreb of the
to values ad .ais4ntas author, strolled Into the same store,
very large ahop to and. looking around, espled the Ihk
F aeted with bet aoe em stand. They Immediately aqolred as
to bow It eame tato hbi poseesila.
... and after telling tbm the particular
Ih mea they formed him t hat It was an Ik
S k t protoweew i Predaed Inksatad that Victor Hio
Sm aaoi" & aslat. had auoed for many year.


feathered foes wbW *0e
approaches. Not so saved NHi Life.
Its distrust of f 5I pr o-jW D190sponrWhptgo ..rltee.
'is OetIsPlacedinsomeJu14. 19M i "I want intsell you I
far oat of teachof9 0 l pl w
or sueo. But thereanre
I know of a paIr tht mylife.I lwasd umdee ie urw lol
deso a spruUg ag W two doeton, aad they P)4 we oat of
the dl 0o fathlawL 4 my lungs was esilrl mm. 48 4he
pergrlme faIka oenped othbr badly aIfestd. I alsehMAda lomp
dft 4C tao cuC& "d 1 s omy side. I dos'% thia Sih S I eae
S411110were t b y Ihiavelived over two amoesh sgs. I
eofikwbw tW. dw af was hd nac by a Iaul rea t o try ld'.
of a raves bhLiinm On j. .nimeat. T. Ir t rotappnM
sist Onlir a-obe n ws O a90 great relief; twoe IfIp e
Mp trlhem. a rWme, boatke *and me wmooed sad welL 1 I
a CII hinin eq34l, y, wroederl medl is's sq I inemem
at 0000 OtSPS06%krr lrllr
L the Ik to e .leulmig masls." eN Uby W.
a memeiu~aiM. Jobaosa.
6bethwath ksrrb D i wbes is rew vw1peag,

- m M Ameet U" t be" a


lkt4 IL-e for 5.SV sad~ Vc S..~)('5*
disleno MA19011"M hoveIte d.ofh mm
"0 WO lft OM 11116116--No'* epDW ts.M5 cean" Mica-1
be 41q ~~ USm ag. bt of ~ r'umiteeaw~ththese AV
to wooer ft ft"W. I~rrn



a" l hatoh111_61 41 oel h ~o tto11osn
"~4 -~I m
6 0%mp a u.rgI mll Saorgsevebas lbo W a4mte

a.~S ~ wrp Wcc S.w espemr 01 bh ArllC
0 &IM TW Uppe" an'o ft Is aoftltip iO em isbow el Me
1Wto Q f '*af AD a w lre & t stm e wiLt hb oIetna

111"k 0 K ad to JOE J" of life-

1W a Be m em to-- i r anf t

r, U. r r hem IU
so 1. M -I ,e o A

P060 No "M I
da110111 e 11111F 6"a~r oweqla
OW a her eeqamn is b .o



tgw3 .rn -~w ii.--


,r 34m aihe' ~5
4odow S *sa w b" s. 3
S- -L -~ -


irtrayl trim PalaI

T1:;k fps an4 ebilet
oher prtfl s.&L Isio


M406 OhImco. Ill.,
sale Oetober 3d sad
November lbt, I0S.
$101 Atluata, O.,
sale Ootober Ith and
Oetober IM. 10o.


aid return, on
24th. limited to

ar I return, on
1thi. limited to


Corrmepoedlen low rates from othor
points In saw.
8" Atlantis Coast1,r1 agmloat or
write for Pallman 4.lrvation tand
fall Informatoin to raak 0. oylesi ,
Distirse Pauemger Anewt. Jaekomw*

wiIll*.I VA!@3I'7


RtH RT.


Ilaehua' Pool Parlors.


C. mm larva prlstsr.


Iassi Is i k. Putor awee&, s"ask
eli. mum. Three~ C firaltu ble..
sdl~W.gin=wpit mnvew
asales. th.~bm is r .oruilw ae
a wehem---..

MAX KRAU88b.


LA. WEIL &O9., saw


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fto W% nlu asPONemu


as.a

AT Vo
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O*. -I ~ ~-'-

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L


A physitcan'~ searh of remoedt.
for huann Ulk. I da tha.t laughter'
Staodi v(try ligh b tboe lt!- of irn)iu4y.
lactle. T he Wect of Ia-o ct' cheerful
llI'R ni a health proiL;:,or Is well
k:lowln, talt a* *toaaiol ,uthurst o(
S.,ur:g : lulshlar IK Us ,, ro:Ia nr.-
I t. It l n i.atter e t 'v ,. .. evpderi
cun; ,.y b. the ipuatborlt. e.tion.
ItkLat onIm feels te b.et r : a good
SInnlgh. an eip#loSt of I:1' ti:r ( eU
1 tlrth a "aurr 1Mktii. 'i .~rArntle i
its~ effect to a tbhastat ; in i 1a:ttr
dlolla g od by dlsipat .l tii llse op-
pressive cloud of earn' -!h Rome-
tliits darken t1he aw tI I I i.rm." Thl
authority amsuren I that te lemora-
ble adage, "aI Sad lr K,, rat." ret
on a sonad pbLoMphical I -l.. > r Prtp
people ae lot gIt e to I mithter be-
caus thy are fat. Thb' ;, ,ar fat be.
calm tby laghb.
autgl -and Chl<,ro(r.w.
Doetons gre that th(. public l
wron 'n tIe popular ( ,,-liion that
burglanes oslumeh lor':ch rm ithe In-
mates o a r hou before e ,,ialtilul.a
robbery. The uual storr is that the
anaeetutle was gqurteil i.,t tihe sleel-
lag room through keytho:. A Kai-
saalty surge wbo hbus : ui oc to adalnlster chloroforal I ether COO
times says that tlorr ill admitula-
tred il thi manner ".iuhl put a
quIeM Oa the burglar n- .ll as the
Inmates t a b oen, I'h. -,wia have
triad aa tiUes to adaui;;.tr chloro-
fone to aeepla person, un hare met
withb vy poor results. I iht, ft ef-
feet of arn al tlfetle Ibr It1 to loll to
laonelbilty, bat to arouer all the m p-
tal and phyatlcl vior the paso
to whom tt I given. Kannwa City



CASTORIA
ft hrftWtard Chil&dML
T IITMR ImAtwap 1qh



LOW RATES
From Jacksnvlle, Pla., Via Atlantil
Ooast Lne Railroad.


"TOW AM
ot AN&# WS I" po
ofC L,'* wiim M. M.LI
-WM, Tom I
Ispr istCllf.
ju a
as 9 led


CLYDE LINE


rrETR-Wism2XELT B.A Lr114GS

Jaickmonville anuid Now York,
0alling at U IANL ?ICS IN. d. 0. bokh ways1.
T. F Inet Itam~p Is tM eCmhtfl so I
Clyde Now Englaud and Southern LiUm%
Dir..s IrNi m Be*w e JAOK8OPVIIB, ATON AM
PKUOVUWRNO sd All lsteru P.mwt,
0alli i ts Ohrloswo both ways.
SRG)iI -W UNJD3XIE LT S.ALXLZNGR
&Souhb~end .................. umaLewbtsWbauf SNOWa
Norfthbood..... ..o. VoasoUd herla .Jme.ist

Clvk St. Johas 1.Iv, La.
Betwoon JACKUONVILLS and SAmNFrOn
4Iosyppo~u S Palaska, Aesor, We, Framel, ~mwwfw (lsee), sa lawvmJllw
Lo~ido tasfot eJob"s KIMt.
Stommtor "CITY OF JACK8ONVIL3'"
Is srppocnk'd wea ll.. Ie iiuwet )LoeuJAUK&UXVILLM u1108410
cad fn~r~dqs. 4:.3p m oYm IruSa, I ,loaf* ij INU P4.As,
Wo.1hoo..tys aa f Wys, 0 4)a. 'm.

A.M. we rim.Ir
pa .1 0011114"t 0 0
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....9 omto t 86.0..00.*
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1 RELJCATE WOMEN

YOe will never pat well and strong, bright, hap-
py, h illY I fre from piin, until you build up your
contftut on a th a nerve refreshing, blood-making
tonic, like




)Yne4 i

It Makes Pa' PkInk
It Ae a pu. hamlesa modlc tgraenfta, which relieve female pain t es achi
baukch, bowel ache. dulnes. chbflt W lfme tnr
atlon. dnlng down ai. mto.
It Is a buikld, straith-matlg mdloa VBlM, tp as
meodlcM that is certain to do you pod. Try It
Sold by every dutla n.0OO btte ..


la eaxpta t depart S
Wa.etla, whire be will pi


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WRITE UV A UT
*say aWd rbaly, Is orst md-
am, a am ym sympms d
soomki.. We Id tm atadvise
(in pli s alsd a ) o bU
aureh.Mes:Le
Vqt., th hsCanttae M~*laC C,0
CUaou&W, Tom.


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ghflurami na,







saW soputhey4A Vo" ls o at ler
tse h ragso IMMne.
m. eiy adveortisas adue myww ta







Above k huplr sr'Us e s tte
"a e t rea ota mo thetoni
oafc d ro ata thMei senlet lyr It




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Srooilmt 0 ato iltd the M'is
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Nt& g1e ths.hethat
at l t" d1 o y wrill o ntfor

.o e No Apa i. l t aotsrt.a

t malym, wh eld i theb at


d vie isofenopo at ors
~a velofr Na be "





I ta pe one oeo mr.t
~ vstoeJoph Jkn ow who dyed
|a~~Ps Seat Aprilr, l rMil


VMS Who attnds to the ol
NM Of -tbe:tter-s b oe cos hives
t oM e that sronm oew a* tr
amwho s the uforiue t, vi





ire taie ymou wMo aob. a
Th wl er to m ak e how se atr
ator l ar .** a sa a Irr. iRfth





0e n1uem wo topeKIs to te bespla
aies o the a totar ths* he doe lMe



w o odtein d that neigs nh hovi t
A i-l!- Ia oteW on pmo tAt poplr do -








The mothr lo the Ktlai of a8p o
mo b an eemof .e us. 8ke
utbonl tyht heh se a eaelt ker las oM
ertem, sa e d a tt ooe. We Itey to
og thIiiI rrrtpo orr eern eh. o

dThe wOnderPrl oost tobs r alltblr
B r C- M B lark o te k ro n Inl FIf





awne*, New Yosh, to nearly emonpleo-

trip .U00. So th not Lo lure Wi on of
e s oihen In s thai nothborhood but
it tl by rol three mot lene of ny of

Te eely sorrr ra maker h fto
eau' r*e theo peth e tht o n ure tol




wlmeer PrmaIdut Roometl deired a
t op th th. Porro lourroot Wileor of
ata ouB t w rk.n bI* rarle hs pt)
alo la to aol thetl Pr ed*boat



)?.: ftaa L* Wln(ttor oa thr P'Midrt'r


ei~m -W

dli to loi )NOWKlb'StCwk
lax zo~il shot ISO, !H

d o ma et~~p long eWeugh
0ioL~ to'mo reds.
*Orkba tickuof ia
and lerin ofoloego .
Ing the Irtils oft r-tr
tisn. eames when
down aGd cgt sc
tloae moo d B
the OWd, ami ~i~j
prorml for!iI~d
mewd"$ -40
vrjles ..


a hbm


aohoeem of


"asMto "M postso hedred

i*l4. 0Wh1e 0$b o o t
gbevtrewm tbeS* a sa&Vwp v




r oe *It us
where h ht yuehae
owt rcld I lo-U lbSo oest SI theur
mear h~p ow iat x.e itdhel boi
wheor e the g, yes Algh hive
oweddif habenes pepregs poet

What wifllev Y ? WilliI
hoem olfeo wie ea t fpsdle of rest
reelpis? A eal les -Aa maflse,
sad It pershaed at s iae the% boy.
or asmo poasbly leek ar oood
yoIe, if oo ret e Is il fs o th
olty. Yqu row a *- t 1 ts wertal
pieos of prprM y amlt eiw r or bfe
wte ea r & age&. Whe iwe m. worth
oday? We domlS aer to esorse. In
the bhietory of the p p Mohve meay
modl., 9ed Ail bl dpn- re 1i u *t.
poet sebolati et e ey thait retl
late vaelne w0al oism e et es. with
hbe Imeam of papelsftaes d Ba mast-
ent demaim for re4malbtl Sad boll.
amm loMtdoe. Wheb do e-s prefer,
Sbt ea-ufo of lre % *WI 'Ieme or a
pmekad of seat noIetp, sad live irt
the other fellow', bhoet Why ligepr
pay trIbute to seert Why not be
Indepemdem

SUNSTROKIr.
The weather tisJe I n** for baseball,
bt we IMk w l e tnea.
8ow Ooortia lIto ane quartlninoag
lagisel FlorMl oermae, but lOl the
mellet so ue4lete d.
The tadle tre ae looktag biate
Oev.i day t n trimmen Wt Uiroeog
with Iom. Lot the sidmealks om

The emly trouble w1t Groome.aod
Olymor mearia ball li that womeo*
might kidmap thIm. It I beet mot to
be caught napplag.
The solted preseer who got IMo
the wroag Meja the PerMeo *street*
er, wa proeOated for viotiotng the
uite of rse oompups, whie did not
Interfere with the 0olor lioo.
Befoe Hoe. W. J. Jepm retra
from his trip abroad Ie wull o Uthe
Taft blow-oot look like 04e am The
Flllpimo will glvw him a big sed-oe
and Japas will do him grei r.
The edlsor of The Me alsee med
tod his fore of onmplsoe have be
tld dap with deagl flovor, sa4d lo
week lsM)d osly a har heMt. Thel eo
ord k *o a very good trim *r "shad*
liae tho fellows wishel loeve," as
promintd a week or so ee.

Jode mandeTeuerof the ko omter
IMloDtes ofU Mla Is wma Iag It Hee.
pl for the papor wget n*o btefo Mem.
He edond the *so predone -oftla
boohe oeelno g e sea* of tshe heat
n1m, whta sheoy fused to do. Ho

that they seseed to j IMoolI the
boelo woete o. Ami s wi
ahowpiuiodwol. Ii L~rir-lo
the SM*ro of all thir e -ad she
ino *t*


sn ie eb$ anewa Sa. d ever c

m b do to. e ll .00 3o
-hope to adv"nDo rspp
"on" eorpriefolpro
jar, Lwdew's asterpriso k"4
09 0loymeaL so on*.

toe aeL yxl e qoom o th ser who Ol
VOL 3 b a lla"o to ddl et

ia nspiri of tahe hour, or .




p.e. i malietlee arthe eery. te -
w e qhoemr w~masile every a l






ywull alr ife s sltar or for prmo- 'i p
0t .o M his. pirlt. T w este-




f aes igkolf sl e to ore ke ly
eago eld hI ger, s how who t




has bOom as oe .f i rsi l le o
P e qualities ae every p W t l @ fr mPMhumanf




bor ell e rd while Bim on ood
atWiM M g g s 1m.0a si i m la p o r-
wall is v ae start or for promme- VA** it by. on,

Prisei ag l sa metole e eto be go N OW
be@ boeri0 .A moraoe rt~eo pro, now I TI ofI



tmpS o 6a6 b des e t pri off the r4.etr i nra W
barrel, lrtk) baa appointed 3.r
U.... Vee f opmsaonsorls t be .owar

mu' wetio s oa s he men who ame s n Louiteat PuJlley dh
laged s SMiso sdostry will aown lbe StAt M 3U TieUW
lool writh th er allows who are obliged snb 111W1A s 8111
to we sia as to quote their r aoticng.

Gornor 0wrd as a You ppArelateud J




lme took I wln for yseolar to tbe hil S A M
oprioo s to e a oper tiono her pltn of Werio ibrali o veoPo o without you kate 0r on
Mi. A. Broa, seertly appoiated her






Iayorf tva ofJokr.soille sha r- J 'W the

taled from h eos extended trip to MPae N60ih- |
year. As a tagls of the r"e#, he wn$t
to far op re8psb r that he has Joet






t Nonok.--O bt Reliable toma pbm I Y preuu A e

mo r relotlh to locre Ated dUemlop Ia omp tht i Rnbl av ra oo
is.g clis, Mrs. ermis S rra P Lo Promply
DM you over perty as Reuo Neb.,
to a syndlooo of Botton men for
0,000. tthe moad florty elim Thir You Are Ass ur ed




ldy ool-f owashin-g fod ear to pot
e ough to tbeg ac peraionv. Tht no ti er iou lh fuun oieroo. you without yo havILLB e
Mayor N6s of Jacksomrille has re. re
torned from his extended trip to Mich- 0
gan to f eanusl his help h.e

Lt PLNT lNote but Rlilable oaspean Reprensted.
Regalse tme.,M cGRee Atteaftesi a
DUyou over me ao rowebush wia
91 sill-of eawshlo-on of st--"--
..erses nwer n to seweio a Information chroorfullyarmished. GnM VILLM.LORWIDA
grwth.
Ston of =*nor* wll inot haep a nat
boa a sanker ea0ng out Its ~u


You momt troyy theo onu before ytW
s roemove'the 9fit
Tnu cannot cure Dandruf and Bald-
msO by rubbing on hair Itlols, and
rnbbl In vw Ital. A t
ToU munt Ick to the eau of the
twobl--It'l a rlrmi at the roots of
pet hair which cesu- It to tall out.
Wnocwr'o wNorpsoM l etry the germ.
md boaltl har ai wo n rsulHt.
aM tby kmel dnlloa S* wM iSe. In
Smapto t I Herpeclie Co.
*. a. Sdliterd Speelsl Agots




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aot gripe or nausTaeate.
*MWBI fftcT IYNOth o
OrM soDIaeh ade. DIer



ll1vesr and bowelo.
-f .by J. 1 W6 aw e Ow&


A a matter of foot a "oldi" is not
aI so.t o t mueod by* ld When
IMhe sealed ood tbein to dvelap 1s
I ISvr l itsl selpiot Mg Lk t
MYeaptlo. Ist t a boem di-ee. It
"e ether AttMk or *lt ealites thrw
L, 5lob of fres air ( t the luua, Mad
lotsisb tobrmuel.

te felem lw o war foobll teI ed
oesa a lesasI sAd wsa gme.
eist to Iste iM of tho pm n t o a.
they ullr e aI mono will s4 beat.
5 is to ea ** *e e.. who ploy
bsaHl. et"d sae rwela t w rm el
Sn beer, vw h e.. while lo she
1@**I *m* *m gthi


PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

Whiskies, Wines, Bier and Mi.

EXPUFA48 PREPAID.D J Isl~ L
EXPIE$5 REPLII. Bulk Goeed-jup free-NetPrepaid.
runl Qt. ea fre. 4Q "1 6 44m. Is QtaI
MI MuUa Club Brye .......1 0 0070R 1.WPer CSo
Neloo m County rv l-n. C1r0a 7. 0o Per Ge
wIO Por 06110L.
Mosogama Re 2 . . RO R y g e.Glr. Cza.R rn. Ilqinbj.
Umanem "44 Rye. .. 31 .) 5 Ry.0nor.Pu. Desrgbs
75 9 00 $80n Rye. Gin. 00m. ft Dan for do =Me v
boe lroe ... .... 4 45 0 6 b )200 5.ODPer Gauloa
MW% nW~ei 3 75 & w 10 44" B1* Rye Peachband piA 1 YImIeh
peeeb Dndy.. ..... 3 a 600 9 0 ad byalge.
3@ISo 4Jtm... ...... 6w e g qVcoiy.a Per OI
ags s i g 5go $60 U ST. LoUIS BEER SPer I 'o
a71 b00 90ae a Pake.... ............. ....
....~ .tsioa 7..... .. .. .. .
S7. .a ) 910 XMaL extra dark.. ...k............
S.... 3711 boo Go e pon.. ...................... Im,
Ame t Allowed onAlUGod of same GI o. pints................ 2
phe.Pi by be bbl. on appioi

W. ADAsK T. HANNE BROS., JAEZTIL

lae. N. GAEJL, Frament
a .SAVlerH. E. TAT&O%4 Omder
oft. W. I m. VW.AEAM, AsAher


THE FIRST NATIONAL 111K


THE oNLY NATIONAL RANKIN ALAJLIUA C

C a p i t a l . . . . . . . . . . ... $ 5 0 10 ,1 1 01

S Surplus and Undivied Profta, KomOO00
the nal a e oeousu o bbfte ft.e 0 M U f to :)
th boemrim or teJ 11"tL&l bem e mn
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1"QIOYANT VENTS
41:ths Lend of Flower."
Pofti &own".to aukit e
Iptema tf Inftret to
a.
its W. B.amar will St.
Peeish f*.


da beeteto were anrr t
K eo t reportlag feel
ioe Ia limits.
poeiag rapidly sad thet
A 4 demand for good. m
aom othen eed appgy.
I eoonr for Bomber souat]
I Samtrrvnile ns Moday
i Bollock predlag.
ylor has been arrested li
Sfor the hiling of Julia
red, U her home inOiaklad
Toeeday.
t Wolfe of Pensacola has
hted private secretary o
pr. Mr. Wolfe has been lI
,may years and is well
the State.
Sof the Foorth and Jodg
light esCirtis, have U
klphs" for the present
c circuit sourt at Starke
oee Springs.
I, a Polola colored lad
jall charged with paeb-
Plored boy Into the river
when he was drowned. It
be took a dollar frost the

of the "Jim Orow" street
asesola will be made.
m, a colored man, was
ttian la the wrong ee.
ing to change. It will
it ourt.
a brother eegaged lI
of the Carter boys at
week, have been bond
Johb eoanty eriqlasl
of $1,000 each. James
been esptured.
ly in la lk. Is now
e Jiachsovllle botolam
Pramidot oosevelt,
In the wake of this
%ion some the news
State edi~oa p-Id a
Iagler. All this l

of Diego borsewhipped
Moultrie, In fIsot of
ar t 8. Aol utiae.
r aWeeuir1 Perry of
1ilng letter to hbl wife
They had mot et*
r the threshing both
la opposite directions.

of the Bricklayers
Monday lsigh, a row
l of the limprte*
Sbrisk masmoe fros
whshk Tom NMeoaee
r in the head ad
the arm. Poter died
SHe eatom he

white, elvilla employee
Suat artilley poet,
it life last Moedar
the sop of a piledriwr.
Sees, let Tamp fp.
treek the wasi with
diu aasa eppmea usi
lam, whe Isawe to
was somesed. D.r*
maru the wiesess at


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7- WI-T' A ,LA W
laey Treab W hikes Yes-
Almost everybody who readsein
papers is msti u ow of the iNr
cures rade, S
K--- ilmer's
Root, the (E
ey, !iver
Sder re mldy. '
ical triumph f
nineteenth century
discovered after yat
C scientific resesrcb
by Dr. Kilner, the
S eminent kidney ad
ater pialist, and is woodrfuly
rs "fuinla promptly curing lame btk
,tM ~,catarrh of the bladder ad
rist' bease, which is the wron
frm ofd ey trouble.
Dr. KilMar's Swam-Rtoot is not ree-
ommeaded for ever-thing hut if you have
kidney, lver or bladder trouble it will be
foaud jt the remedy you need. It has
bees tested in so many ways, in hospital
work sad in private practice, and hib
proved so ccesful in every cas that a
peca3 rranenrenat has been made by
wbb aelle radem of this paper, who have
*A already tried It, may have a ampl
bftte sent free by mail, also book teal.
Sg moe about wamp-Root, and how to
Sfidoot if you havekidneyor bladder tMi.
ble. When writing mention reading this
enemrus offer in third paper and mend your
address to Dr. Kilmer f
& Co., Binghamtom,u
N. Y. The regular
fityet t and one-
dolr sie bottle are a meat.
sold by all good druggist. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
SWoIplRoot. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-itoot,
ad the adde Bighamton, N. Y., e
-Tery bottle


910 PROMOTER SANKRUPTM.


Liabillltils *J; eo p$4b O.-Hiuse
Liabittlio Are Merrowed Money.
New York, Oct. 18.-James A. 8b
mons, promoter and contractor '3a
Sled petiUoa la bankruptcy wi'th Ii-
abiliti placed at $46,44, abd ads -
laal Aasets of $4.000, I bonds of a
Richmond standard steel spike sad
ibr company. His liablltlUes are pria
eItally on borrowed money on opea
Saoonta. Most of the debts were
eoatmeted la 188.and 1811, some. ow.
ever, between 181 and 1005. His fI
bilties, $1.00 secured to Turner Bro.
by $4.000 bonds of the Richmond Stee
company. Among Simoae creditors
are:
RasellH le, t$21.09, on three Judc-
mosts oa notes; White Natltoal bak
of It. Waya*. lad., $9.180 Wllsoa
Oosaty Oil company of Texao, $43.900;
Adam Dutenhoter, 85.000, and Frrak
WallIn, $W.7T.L
The bankruptcy proceedings are the
after at of the asacial trouble os
inmoe abd h is pater which cub
lasted la the aIprisoula of BIames
ead on or two abun.
moan Cmoo e hre in 118 from the
west. He Jevn a sheme for the
establishment of a e l of banks
which would permit hkin to back hi
projecQt. He bad been latoeresta
the eoatreatro of a M-si- tW
Ouaal epire, a as and lelaose lIJ
eampSay.
Some Sesoat e Adves.
It msabe a pies, of osperesom ad-
vie o orew people a th is mems of
the Wya to lay In asopply of OIom
berlat 's O h Remoed. Its i al.
amet re o be o w ed be elm wlm
ter is over, ad meek moe ponmps sad
atistme ry sre I an 'e see-d wvee
taes assess as a seld to sesmsed
sad before It has h-eros ettl o ashe
eytenm whlsh a osi ll be i de
keepIg the remedy a head. Ti

heale hies& boeylae lba pe a
e m other. Is i tofe e h I

PI S"rvey Sm o uts. e,.
Now Tork. Oct. I.-T al sai
vr ef the steamship Cbathem. wv
mas Mws ep in the Seas onm -
eir the eb asel. showa tha r bk
we wO dmnaee, h. mt l ts m balf
lb se-- are Jeakted t two
her ads a estast, es a
to the N erad Mre Alea srti.
pep Is prevtley oad. be the s-r
b&M was Mewb 24 ft" aft. It is SO
POW thO at aorr O Iat w m
e bebr, the rnseas arwe ,
e ats to wd will be e
a s eMas dao le t aeg.

Al mes frm 5. L A mm N

'0~ 0w meadisbe des

-es I
of sadw a1- 0
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Now_ 18-i~
% tra' Ieglgjtjy


seesios, bl tbiiLP~r oo tber# bha
been, little dola0q s 4 ila& politics.
Frank Sullb uniI ibas an.
nountCd for ISO U 7of State. an of-
fice which be Ws.'45bai last time;
by Congreasuba 1i4im. ir. Julian:
Is quite popalv, maY i a foanw
dable candidate, lh AX M. Qag.
her, aI ~l~lit l for the attor-
meyship. with 06 t"ua far oppoelag
him, sa itt I ed 33c'u e quarters
that he w 6l 6". i i O)PP,'l Ion. He
was marmwrw 'r 4N4 Ii s Ilast rao4
by Masvs W iVme YhtIorace Hood, Ot
the MIStgI7" Mlkmal. wants to be
auditor, s" I f t bf ooc Ifatforh%4


(3e1Mg 4f i settlers ao CIII.
4W 1"1 St-'iS M thet a te SO
We. "5 bqw;Ma k from stf
ila'I sa Oja a booik and ataM
UeuI tm us @Wtoe amd bin s$0.
asus" l sGO SeaOe business soof
usdis hsr aesusei Iar 'sz; h. re~tire
frm 4)14, i.in I he ro l.eme
~anS bj eM4iuir'teitH for os.
metlem wft~ thek Jackets, ape o
6e ealy a ft


All Oisunterlf~ti4 Im ahu
Uxpelomwts that Trim 1
JahbMsA cd (1hlwuhvN


Snsad Ic hIL as bern
r- been th" dsnator ea
I n -o&under hs pa .
.@o" Its Infha.
GoehymIn this.
--are bub
;wigMW No b th o


What Is CASTO
OUsgs is a harmlaaes agM to pr tow |^
-orl% Drops and Boothlaing Sy e. It*
*sMabsr aIther Opium, MxerptIe m ,
shm ce Its age I Its gumasatee Is
Mad -;4a FeerIshaeas. It oare I arrtahg '
Col. It rellevs Teething troubles, s me
mad Fltulewoy. It asaimHale the ooed, S i
emaseh anud Bowelas giv ta healthy sad *a l
the Chblrea's Pnaace.-Thk Mother' FriMad


OrNUIN, CASTORIA ALWAYS
DaBn the MmalMrf d





The Kind You Hare AMlas Bought
In Use For Over 80 Years
"m euwse oemupm" w% m m e" m wm em s
.......... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ma li .II I J IIi IILI


Stock in the Emma Gold Mine


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At the price t(misy Is the beet and saoto oi4nvsmmat poossIble 1


9k


t hie n Is i.lIn % and 4ore nn the dump. It Il not an experi.
meat, but a safe and bouid lavatmeat.
With every $10) loiveerd In toek we will onea a I per ceOtl old
bond. Isurlng the iveitIor from say possible ehaooe of lue.
The #old bonds are au uae as (Oovmrmea Boade
We would like to hear from you If you eould hei liaerted Is a
ntlrlse -l Inetm.t, absolutely safe, and ose with the brightoel pro
p eeis aod tlar of any laid mn. evr oe npe I ned dlmbwerd. It will
eatr Sh elss i slaTe mstin and ** would ike to ge yen Iolereeted.
Fell partlslanrs for the mere aeinxg.


'RIFE & COFFMAN,
Stokers, St. Clilr iulldli M, 0krlittah .,


Send us a pstal for full Information Mines
within son feet of the Emma have paid as higb a
40 per omt in one year. Watch the Emma aWae
uad its divideurds


ABSTRACT& REALTY COMPAIT

L E. VOYLE. MGOM
kbemaft. of "we ow al toi mISIS US,1""" 11100WSb
*mst.s owr iseem "a h b"14"d IisWeso= I ftls- as ml


E1. E. V~OY"LR3
PUAl, A00UNl5U, lVtOLARV A ND
e som a 4 A O N


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i LCIUA CM VINS IeNCl, Ief


U"Td Tlls-* to I JI MI=


Apela &V NOW"*md ww 1 no 4tbemm,"

Wove**" 1 140 Nam Bo 3b of osluswooi. IH 9.
Dsos A 4"'. le).


iF zr..o at


It usw


insemoma and l nd Ieon Cured.
"Lest yl wI ard a wry rvre atssck
of ladlgeMea. I eould n, ,oeep as
alght sad si refd e aNt 'aeroisialae
pasai for bthboon after aeoh meal.
I us troubled this way for about three
mfsbe, when I Nd Chmiaaberlalm'
Boaoam* ad U4tr tabi.et and ae.
eiewld Iq40dlat relief." says Jaeb
DLiae, Talsome O Oalari,. Canada.
For rale by all dtdils.
Mut NOe Aid Oltlnicana.
WashlagteI, Oct. II.- cxportatlo
of arms, ammunIttos ad mualtlogs oU
war oft evry kIa4 from ay t rt of the
Uwit4 StateL prte Rlco to ay
aJat e t alaa Ga putillc Ia pro
hiited by a presldsatal prtclamadtls
laosed troa the state blartueat to
day. Aeoa Wflag Yt proclmasaitl
I aa replasteay M trandum to ti
eet that this umtIe has hbe- take
after ooasltatlt with the Domalas e
oevuamat wit their concurrese
a1 is lateaet to astit them la the
eaotreenao t oa tIHr reulatlioa d
Sre to Iplwes the perenanal revo
ltalesia ofr t island from ettIa
WaroSke Ueo


Pain inthe

Head
S a daur signal, warning
You that tb brain nerves are
ebha ted-irrited. and are
uandaRoa na Uahnatural train.
gFreq and prnol onred at-
tadc es pain weaL the gen-
ratve power of the nerve
cela of te brain, and lead to
Jons d memory, melancholy,
spum eplep sy, and frequent-
ly uMtaft.
When t brain nerves are
weakened they are unable to
apply mfflat nerve force
Ip, ut* "oitacc ad
i otr orams, tad ttIe organs
are th robbed of energy, sad
able to mdet there msd
thm d they gt aid.
tew -dn paine with Dr.
M Ant-PaIa Pills, ad the
Ml tse pm your geerai
health will g Freatr the yo
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40@w 6 Ou Oweorsu ad onelins.
141911 % Oak the son orbuidom In
1 m1$1 r*Sur to "ion IsI them pars Is
d p closeownto ely-ass oembae wihoo
dinll bluahd sod Apil Chamber-
b,1S 1NS Do blme Slee daily. rubbing
ylose f lot IV*r M6 9"ste to reek ap
.plifeafes. A #eor*,plaee shoul be
1"M a &W days to pm919m it Iftm &M
I&M.~ As a lionevl limiset ?rnrrp!srko
brewo. o, mpnev*6 tied rhool"Offism
P61,I WO* k amequalud. Fo#r b b3


k4
Ia she yer I's' p'rt i'OUclmgIll
dlesyvres a *wr~rarsreda shroeedaee
Vraacc sad N. Worh, lbs hms
Imhrbes nrwtlsuabv auil drssarnakr. was
4115 bet.# tra pe rI Ieta try cats
rInlo lastlete to Ieqau'e lat the
minus and askl tub hMI Iter and
I.; u rmsi. The mrsaim o the pel
4.rt ef te rupeblis sd the mIsge~er,
sa the pea maim m~tleer, .tat is
het seaskle~rul rle) baees baIb
tes mesh mnotrn baa oo al ri. sat
4, 'Ia people ougtt to be pall shale
,an reaIrt msmpJ bam.N 're
mM orth Ia dtsguet. .al pfe two
)pea tha ladle eled Se veilr n ler
* 0 re au rtmtle thIra bu mew mm,
whis wnosh m.hra amIty be opre
Is the cecd 'f3 ihe eke. b

edy. The Irl ,a rvtlev of a.~ tea.
mt.. ".ma tiViI~t. ten~oe wmM u



PIne in Gee Rl


sIg. Bare ep aed Sak Lpr Ktng

Wish ehie anore ehele yr sues-
Mftd. ee sew sinus.
NAA*k~itled tod o mie latead


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Or, srpin.1, kP
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VAV so-so bi bin thy bed. *

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be



casr JIMbI 5. ON*sowalk es
stragm of & lo"nuWI hIENYt"WO5
ins a Wvpe' 'Lq a *h how
mes Igut 1aa a; um~rt -w met~l

OW s poshbo" v ft*es
coo 0- mes 14in a WU Se
111 9 with

3m.~ ~~v at a siqe
dwa
m sst lbs Sam wOdS M "
ban& Nk doe #N- what b
bappe ms ad seit s064W.eam1
re msIl w "-'.I
A ftw dayatn a*-aw ainmad
the WOWs" lspdbga wThAM apsiew:
-%a I aI er. yo mjest-," do
ItBlas clklai, t te"d toa itme?
th o lk's." _____
Owk rsWiIe CmV.
. O.lotn, 101 son& moi bsite,
ttwa. Kar, writut e: ry tall III
how b~'am my wife'ssmiasble I* eaaels a
sego r.e Oni, $ad sherefqto So soegall
winwhict l. LassfallS elbea bs o-i
e of H eNtehud Syrusp. f t* d It
&ad hait sbe able to sleep somindly ll
us.hg lsm. Whenever the ough eou-
b'e her, two or three der.Ieo0he
eosgh. and phe I. tableto beasard
wolt0 31eM Nod $1. &d by W. V.

"m Oels r spat e"&.
pmosinfn a weep" s mtallin tohe
WkhuM was bemR I eI efo a beE
pOw by adlem at Ift'lld- Oat
so "a rom bsetad e or
MMaO If tpvs ae Ova ft
*ktw itist. a pbbWl opu~rlgh
sem ft "Nme" a hII. Sa&
113oft NofUsmIn do in 115
"uft ftudsI a Ise etooA
W"e mos" dr* 3, rJme. as
Q"eens A3*m eat T. yud we
- v inukswa in
bae f em""41 t ma t
a* e" a aft pines. an w
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to ftelths the 1116-
7i~'W palirt t tmt, urn.
mltdrs ot too#% sosse
brass.u Tli hi, b be" toem
from thor ns a PompelL

Aft Awtrl Mff
a"Om. d, rm softg o u tI sup
sext miath. 4reo't you pftedI
"WYas tto mureyo' u Will avebb
hah) hpses a v~tiohhL'
"Wb~ s 6-ye thinkt us?
"Tft Vuft Wait Norru
"De Isms r an Very few Vomna
vhs siniinbng ak tabs abs gua A-


A very mm)m~a
"b" ~Us bewas rsentat so I3n
insist w-s arm. ou ----;


uey R n 00lIn It"tf a soumeof pea


MeW Ow e for OCancer.
All nA ors are now known
to be 000i 0 by Rookle n As A"
Wa. ;am.Iolers of Doasld, Vr.,
lIfes: "t a esoer on my lip for
OW 46swv Imenurable. e&II Boo.
IIA Healed WNWad mow Is
"Ll" (marameed mrs
osf ogl e ur bnrs.. 2 as all rsag


THE SUN

JOB, PRINTING
DifiRTMENT
Make a SpulaltY of All Kinds
of Plaia and Faoey

Commercial


Job Printingl
.F o r' .

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactorles, Etc
Legal Blaiks on Short pou..

The fUotwl lletter rvo asme ofo
wail order ealeem us Is e~ltfploaaa
LooktYWo. Ky.. Feb. 37, 10.
Btuf. 040"Mr
Deardipt ReWd the pria
mstIr n. due rn, a OWwill sa
eaveo mshrouaf. Mai d o@"
Toot prompt a"Otilm Is = ew.


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mO R STUDY
mia now ruov
-VI.
n Its 3oo


theMstral hbabit
W t herad the
s art In every
Shalf tamed,
ow iw% plain
'idr he deede- m -Is
a w tbRamn ame I
is- by long practa oa
O atht i ar tho can-
k ast ay sy I-v- g eg

Wi wll by ta a yr. am as
1 mois of th oarb.. df
a mried mate that we
SIoe to diser from ob-
Ihok~tih eouor aad character
as thA awmoat of eso pro-
Ibe wight and edibility of
etkri8 are eot all there la


tIowl may ot bare a
h both a gimard aod a
A own she ba toe adrva-
bhmaa race. Surey, sbe
M e aSe would eot act
but e hbolds cortalueam-
lwhib serve better than
prwer cod eope to do,
hr w ea without polal
d1pa. ao-d'place la mee
aI flloSw lont corm, sch
ia Ifatae, and put la the
of gok" dollars, each
oated In Ban PraMaco.
both dishe amoun the
heyrd a and mote bow
itf pktk up mad swallow
toa thea ge to Ul out and
o teumaom earth
tag oberrr a golM dol-
lrty lose res balance to
tlt cor. Both are
w; both arm eerly of
To buman neam both are
rad, ti broke
By what araa ot
bfe diets h tie o64
1 re a e hum an
twe i a In of ntase au
toll *ms* te the oth
wlrt ht tm gp ld coea Is
why It i diraseaiu be
piek up eat a- wMll
Sonea s thlry-two
tfty-si pords O tha
So mte tewo mad se
sot Is twht o9 re
Met have bhe seed
bm Oa~u4lts, fWr the
have lease Aw gotP
ut If a he
a* kernl o am n a
drutag r eoiatmee
weda the cora Just as
was a. led to make the
most t t1tlM fttr
^ t to wahta revre
typ which rom out
SThc ..Na o tha

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DAIL : IN, FLO BER 19 190 7
DA we ------ __-- 7


.t. .. .,.. ix. rR. DaRS A. 1B ;. D E: l
ILr mDe d hEeryR eu tttM lU Air Line RailwaV
sated pMeo o mechaul.l, j DEh1'1BT
though med to do a certata l a* *0
work maI ve tltr well, yet. whus )t . 1' ..
o1rs as aitse4 0oo aaem Pnowr.e 71 ,
kcN.r* ed for t d -- 3- Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
wata parY wurld o conmplty q NO A. ROARJ
7%etb S,, Ano rAT LAW Pines, RaleigLh, Richmond, Wash-
uied etn xe e b agsm oEu ington, utimore, Phila-

riOr oea back to tbe n oral i promU
ay doeeatory habits of roeadtg aad SS tS door B
cik or nteom oou cornute utb aset ,a h m, hF--rSah.
wtto a Lr. -a- of onplulftd rrk ftit rw
vrt a* b cL F" shL a .. Three Elegant Trains Dily.
e aOw i th o n trom t o a pag e a suATnlh 1a L a Rd
:o -a as "*..:-,t*o a G; s Seaboard Expres.
macgalae. Ths Ota the mind i ana
hotoac state, haeaeae you let eory-
thian rnO Iat the mental rear* ir Of pe'r, (* '
wtthbot say order or definite planm.
**t* "-aba________ Seaboard Mail.
stemlaea trading to proltleo. Tw Sr lo
clast gain hawladgo or a trrad *__________
pria his freacdthip by a hasty a r s
latpfinlo, sao it reading a book "y do
gaalot elatlSan gtood by skI. affrQA-LAw MODER PULLMAN Elu iPrm
s ofe 1o fmelht 90 thea pt aootnla i 08ANCERY....
tg ItIt a abht to gather dust natl
re at tlawI to read It agala. Bvory
tiacomio ot o tI o lt as it OAIVIEN0 UlW AIhka Co., FI. Only Line Operating
IN. aad If tt does not eater ca a or Oe* Ma Sl Btlock.
ariy mra wk tX Min out In eham. -Ill- f -o----------- T-h t- P-lSlDT fr- J0kl t- N OrA .


) ). J.3. A NAJr, For full iformalloo and sleeper ro e ratim llea oall a aMWIN60
Asbonishong Ineldo. W1t4 A. 0. MAoDONZLL, I.0. OTIPW
Jewn, iku)~cr friends, em Ml... D3EIIT. Aug. General Passenger Agpo. PM;igWl
eblog IeladeIs Mrst Is. B.so OBa of aOAKONVI.LK, FLORIDA,
Ulp Rldp, Wli., was eared o fer br oases. ------ --- ___ ______
dreadful slekeems. "Dwcers." s
writes, 'bhad givs me up; fr )eds G. S. M ERCHANT & CO.,
were ready bW too, th lef f""1 JL 0a ow
clods d epof elrdaubed myineu, 33 msRetailers an Jobbers in
and I wis wrek s the aomreof dw
Ditr Staple d a FnoyIrsesh.
a"d lit" emplaist. To the 6estele. oseclandi~wiLawsob~a
Most of al*. I was beeeekW s 0st
on& a n a sow CumlceelM ed hes'
shrug Stul to W A Sl Fauws
stves; prW $"IW~; uasued __ UTE BIDE SQARB. ,, A=InUYIU, PIOI
Aml WM W, rghe mae u prio paid for Ohleko". gw Mand SAWPROM
POWm vhs ane semvk Of ow WES LIQUORS -
whim fbey an pleased I* an aml SW mPoemosm. O. a 81 6 Hofaq Corot Oaw
~some" rawtamthe wam of soLV 2W! Lsbothe.
Apep st Oft thls, a eMME"6 e017y i1 ICUPS V. hr md .V
sd awwo f Gassal m ldo stDeOst 1Ilbm, bN Ws hasddrught. De'S
roft amyre s Of iss we a T" bsui f w I
r ~ ~ pss hIuc--'ad allP blibEall em mwbnl JehISSYWS. F ori;-~ a Eoi Coast Oo;rw ;tyII~Lr ~,~t ,:

how I a b-1 ooorble ren o VUON Co
rb" ft J Colonist Raates

IFVift I M P00a L8 L N. R. R. LOl P T'me Car No.*2o .i co! r.. "', '
-.L t hr m r to' vs a
3- W N-Wa-s-A. u 1b
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w& Irmb 1h...9 CI
wilm ph'uu0 hhuas W P. ;, 7. hIPoll,
Here yn del waft IVme000 OWNeOw Veb0LI4* *Oft,*,
t oe epa o f ba it me h um w bb I w o1%0 tls
mod a fusp oq f s toon I S hp M'I, to I$,..c*..
se.4& ThseIm s I ;I. -t 0oh-
eah ata"uIttys weso 0 low t 9 oe.641 I I I t LO I
isWoyMowadWI Ns dab 6
1, #ireumItIIIut ao LeSo^a a, e 40,
be S;yeiW tn 1i. 1,*1' 1S V 14-64, ..* .
9 0 181161. .16001t4l'ono lo
is ees 6.6, .. 04410,*at :r.1
vTbal m r an w e & $s o ~ ftm$ Of -IWA, '# k, 4'1. ...4

and Y .I err Wrr 45 ..fUsfW *wtv4.. ", a "p~r 1 t;
~w k or %IV low 1k q P )I)(

egasI~. EhSI~in tibem ainbe sedsamsNowa
101 an "1 01111110 new do "orw _~rrCr; ~i fi
Von fer ow Ard V" 0*4401. 41'~~r i brr c'r.Yr
*-b whisbi ul Libessincu pIorsr priul) gss
jq bhmre, M A bye beiij. V *
bablhImNl a blevol

-amergop prbd Wit I 0a.-a
I k 6-t W t A .D ed da e, ,:. a -,
as, 1absofi LOW RA"TSim EoWI
Not bb W N W V M Ift 1 A N111, =4 ,r i m
inauies ser -bFOR

arbs* trom Ms d--' ~r~p ered AWL31~ ( d
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cp $webereb6d w "o SOUTH ER RY.
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tssmdsv slesing to
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Inseharp o h
San- people 1 wi hll oeb In.
-7- 7 Pmdwileare 004 deeerv.
7 '71' Not, awI rat Su sem atllt
U0. INeedW ts as te misparties who
"sk a"$* Mo sdantly abl, to work.
jaw of vs. It. A, Sbk-



MWhe111ooting Tonight.
*.pse Alaa. i5brl


st'p*. hasv" Wei Ike e-2 who.Tregmular me eting of

iu 4d Sm 41t "st cigh ve nicng ASSo'loek.
-X#&, ftdior b" b Ift a hand. A fall attend.
OI~vv" ammm.&MA&M her Pt"Mt

voeummesMwamu o poh ( L. 0. Ltxcm, E. R.

go w, 0emSiv A 4 O
a we- Walw X1610 60 UML Jell Owe

&#apt" toado .ow of$I* btr .tvt. Esois


fuu~Isoi mess t30 s Of mre oaf it4 TU lw m s Iesi

ApplA soeme., on'e loogto beedOfall5s'
pe6 b""0cs e Os" Mm S t sas ,. II e[ETON.EARTH
"po 04 a O, out hre 0" we ft:9


ILno""b"Ilw Alm Mae* "afhmgandbe membre of6
i'~~SltM Wi 3ingjM tar ple Snrk


.uuwatewhudo" Ileb. pun

koihab md s ti m ~g~lits~or ss f~The a~s Cool Spell
PaoexrA oeloi1. bm an I" asn MA %*61 An Wisterle
aee oe we s aN hw a
selmeo8ur.M h aepads qmmkdrAs &ingr ius
00. on sSgm.aqun.ww.tehes..s.a 0 p ine of 00 msd is hsWmsPaesua


00 u R.& W. aDe 0P. os 1 ussi~bsk dIm do ottww
9,11110., Fiiea. east pb a IV. Dome.4 M WOW 16 asp n t Wol
b; beua ttebis oage b a i dby & s. Ar 01e iW. 4WM libued Vaiswear wewate weil
emodhiss of the esommob sA le lowUse.
sO.sO hpOu r ommameriai lsw.s ftmt
ft. i ~ it 1 wowoIs ss. f6lv0%A *so.ft 11111
WOWe. trnO bWSramr101aW. u. aI V. IS '..mmgge .YW.
0 mOCearKe, we sis y. MW ab fir in.,AUW MMSObss0~4he Mw hSmsfteAle to SSJS-4mmo-
Is tloweted f t be o Ii iad a er m0 "also
wooit saw "Ainyte a* mit btoo ta iuam u M .miss, i *wad

wem"*01 s o
too ;" mailr rurmi




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laW sa W hiit pater.. medsp 0 41b t
pie A51 weem sdilred 'by the;1IS3'
oi re present duringal e $
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OHILDREN'8 HOiAE.
A Nob Work for the Little OnesThat
Need a Irend.
Mrs. Ouar Hawley bnton of Jae.-
smvill, auprltHtendnt of the Obif-
4 rq4 Home Soeeiby of Florida wish
beadquamern ia Jeboamvllle, is Ibn Ih
els ona mbllos of morel. She pi*
pose so resto so Jakosoevilro today,
Mad take wli her two anfanat weih
wll be under tb neder an of this
oeilty autil 4hey oea be played with
om rnponlbJae family.
This lady lnforms The San that sb
ha already placed three abhidre
home from tbi *itly 0lose AlW0i,
sod she twoo he akes to Jacksonvile
today will make five.
The work of hbis society l in esqar
of sm bf tha best people of Jasksa
will, *ad these little oUe whoe p
ronte are not able to ear for tbAm
are played a pood faIlliet.
The Noltyn Ismuxiliary to Madrd
origalitions throeohou s the digeemt
states of tabi eoestry, ad aladkMo i
i1s iafam1ey Fle0d1s, theme will O
doubt mooeo a deper Isuoee rat ai
la tLho- rk by tbs ekubltbly elultoi
people of Florida, and a honme uaab
lib9 that will be a endis t the
astae.


THE YELLOW FEVER.
Doperato Effort at P"ocola-New
Orlesn i Mer Hopeful.
Peaseals, Ostobr 18.-Thre aew
eno were reported to DooWn ad Swo
deaths. Yesterday tbore wore 18 Iw
oae reporutd and fve deaths up to
p. m. There aro 170 ae unoder treat.

Th two domton who failed t-repon
asM wren sad f$ ea s and o"se.
An appeal wa ~kes.
At New Oriaaos.
New Orlens, Oeober, 18.-The re.
Oeed made here yesterday was remark.
aeM. For she eafti day only seve
a*M were ported, and all of the.
were before 2 o'elook. There wa o41ly
ase death fo the trweaotfor boon
ending at o'eIoRk lcet lght.
?dads may aim of* that the yo.
row feve b tlet elapi Uy m a oes,
feor now es ua *e death wer
Pwoed np o am. The tLsal mns
bre of ees seb S.ad the tetal
ebr ofe w te s o. Mrd ebw *
Swon "from*- 0 so-m We pa.
*M t.e* eurlen ae
Low *irain" nowI

Osma Un. Tisbeta m alen Osmer
*O to Ovmaer te. ihwaswive.
', J soubeee, ";; fine Liv
OAklf, I fem Pawh a, ; trm
*m*i.*I9* W3 1L. sr reaie rom
oter pisel emil eo egew% ol Aasts"
amwp Iw, tWl e,"W *adamo
Ms Lir a.m.km foa ar P xes
eh., SenRt se sadsted. edI
stem a ci. te n Pe **Mel.i
W ad s tme en leea oM
= = AA Ovmm JAWe,
i--
i,'t be 1 s UNA.
8 wh a 00 9 r bwm km m o
mv" dTes a eae sad w
um adp %" e d ot ma .
ad TM MWle Ma an"e

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~zselled.

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Om~y Ibj~~k Pemiar Fiction.
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OMB TERMS. I c.
I *r. char- iL jr-
Im must not be :e 'et
w Whlbous renewiribr.





OW 'portrait% tule
wr bo hve DO'~tRCY I,
your comnin!l-
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VOL. XXV, NO. ,24
F- -


PEOPLE RETURNING


TO THEIR HOMES


IowOrlens Citisens No Longer
Fewu Yillow Jack.

QUARANTINES ARE BEING RAISED

Inflx of People to Corecen City from
SurrondIng Conts% Is Large, and
the Hotel Regilters Show that a
Qret Many Visitors Are in City.
New Orteaas, Oct. 18.-The rush of
M r Orleans people to their homvs
eostloU partly Induced by the fact
thll the danger from fever is practical.
1y over and partly by anxiety to be
Baer during the visit of President
Rooaevelt.
Many representative business men
and financiers are cutting their vaca-
tlons short In order to assist in show-
Ilg to the president how much his
services during the fever fight are ap-
.prelated.
Theb Inal of people from the our.
rounding states and more remote sec.
iUa sof the country Is also on. The
hotels report comparatively long lists
of arrivals and the lists prolmse to
row daily from now on. commerciall
travelers from the north, east and
weti, who have been kept away for
thee months, are also putting in an
4pOearance.
The country towns that are lifting
the quarantlaes are crowded with me-
1c1hadlc, laborers, olerkiand others in.
terested la the sugar lialtry.
TIh6 lines of the Texas Pacific and
Miloslpp( Valley, both of which tra.
irae the sugar country, are gradual.
ly being opened.
The local fever situation mends
fteadlly. At the rate at which taI
week has begun the deaths for the
seven days will probably equal those
of the paut week, but there promises to
be another striking diminution in the
number of eases. In the state during
the preceding 24 hours there were only
two deaths and the first good news
i a long time came from Patterson of
only one. new case In two days. The
light frost of last week Is believed
to hae tlone much toward the destruc-
tion of Infected mosquitoes in the city
The attendance at the New Orleans
public schools is now reported to be
36,000; a gain of over 5,000 since the
*pealsng two weeks ago. Two more
*f the si$ools opened this week, lea.
Ing only two unopened.
Dt. \.'bite has accepted an Invlta.
tieo to be the gueet of the country clut
at a banquet to be given on Oct. :g.
The banquet Is to be an expression ol
the club's appreciation of Dr. White's
mricela i the fever ight
New Ibert ha not altogether adopt
44 the mosquito theory. It has decide.
44 t quarantine houses n which cases
lM D BOw. Only ose death has oa

Twe New OMes; e Deathn
VW to 0M0 today there were tw
*e -e of yeIllw Ifteer ad

ean were lteods to4ay to reeele
a m psattst at the Saergem

A- th* i o abe es ms s a
iM I tI temperante tomorrow, the
Weathr today is elm ead warm,
ubY IB at t musedereverabis
-SP b the further renewal St
alantiss. However, there to pus
-Us.m that ia view *w the l LL
il epineiumsa theo at sp !l ed ai
-er rll bitig a neersal eMuWhe
4 the rultctiin
A batik m*e*we t to ra s star m
44S 4 Vise Preelat iarahaa. f t he
St Cutral-. wee Io here. deI-r-e
4t **s atioie are ati poatnu as
-i- sh-rektas ismports through thS
^ itlh s-eson The t aemewarMtrl
N Se anew at Joeka a bees pas


,~ ~. 5 In ble wresa

Ma" Am..O S. 1i--Ke aS
so WUN oS.as owI


Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. ()('TOBER lu, 19t)0


KILLED BY DRUNKEN MAN.


While Sitting on City Hall Steps Man
Is Shot to Death.
Annrston, Ala., Oct. 18.-J. \W
Trigg, one of the most prominent c;t
zens of Annlston, sl dead, and ('hict
of Police Dill badly, but not dang, r
ously wounded as a result of an uu-
usual shooting affray here.
L. E. Pippin, overseer o( the city
streets, did the shooting All tniree
of the principals were good friend.
Pippin had been drinking iteavily
during the late afternoon, and albot 9
o'clock passed down the street In front
of the city hall, on the stele of which
Mr. Trigg and Chief Dill were sitting
talking. Pippin, after speaking pfeas-
antly to both gentlemen, suddenly
whipped out two pistols and opened
ire In the direction of the city hall
steps Mr. Trigg fell mortally wound.
ed in the right breast, and Chief Dill
received two painful flesh wounds, af-
ter which he overpowered Pippin and
ordered him locked up.
The shooting was entirely without
provocation, aeording to eye.witnesw-
es. Pippin's friends say he did not
know what he was doing, as his rela.
tions with both Mr. Trigg and C.ilef
Dill have always becn most cordial.
Mr. Trigg was a prominent furnl.
ture dealer, and was formerly a rebl-
dtnt of Atlanta.


RAWLINOS MAKES CONFESSION.

Tells that His Zone Were Not Impli.
cated In Murder.
Valdosta. Ga.. Oct. 18.-A consider-
able sensation was created here by the
confession of J. G. Rawllngs, in which
be acknowledged that he hirde the con.
demned accomplice. Alf Moore, to kill
Carter.
Rawlings attempts to clear his sons
of complicity In the assassination of
the Carter children last June, and
while he admits hiring All Moore to
"put old mas Carter out of the way."
he still contends that neither one of
his sons was present or had anything
to to with th tragedy.
It has en rumored for several
days that the elder Rawllngs contest.
Slated confessing his part In the crime.
b once or twice In conversation with
visitors to the Jail he was trapped Into
a!legD d Incriminating admissions. lls
action today, however, was entirly
voluntary, unless it be that be was per.
suaded to the course by his wife. who,
It has been freely stated, recently
came to see him for the purpose o1
trying to get him to shoulder the re.
sponsibility for the assaslinations And
try to save his sons from the gallows.

FARMERS WILL BUY COTTON.

Ourgiar Planters WIII Pwrehae Stae
pie Below 11 Cents a Pe.Md.
Sparta Os., Oct. 1.-The follow.
lag resolutions wete adopted a the
meeting of tle Hancock Oouaty Cotton
assocalUon, tLe object being to fom a
organisatlo" to enter the market for
the prchase of all eottolr ofered or
sale below 11 riets:
"Resolved. Tnat we form a local a
soiatlion for the p reae t al alt.
e forced to or olferI4 I arg ala
It eats. the aillahm prlets a e
the aseooatloa as the rakot pries
for aIddllag grade.
"TIe chalmmaa to appotat a sC.O
milte of fow. beside himaself. to ar-
rages ways sad masas.
"We omaed *shk a seew* to se
seaty aaotaum la tthe auont hblt
a being the soly prwtedl way to
lrm ia tes hWoM i Impay. bm
AiL th"e pedeso a rs -lseve wl
Mue She beeL


Larp Coup So Wbatebe
"mYT,*. ow. "-.--& spe fto
tme Tilommb m Am bo las
Ws' tUm the wbaftger bs0

SeU. iaf""ma l ,g aim yog
Uf ~oma some *alps. r.
sa o~oal wasmme.asto




S.rCI 5m.6 -- I
amw mog an dwlf t hana in
bw be %W Sn dolono

as ieee APO S&Sft Xow
~ "a ao**rom" a
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MISS Ro


PAY CUSTO


T TO


IS DUTY


President's Daughter Will Not
Be Exempt Prom T.ix.


RETURNS WITH LOADS


OF GIFTS


While Visiting the Different Far Eait
ern Nations, Miss Roosevelt Has
Been Recipient of Many Presents In
Value to the Amount of $100000.
Chicago. Oct. 18.--A d!s .:' to tat
Record-Hieralti from Wahi; ."oti,. i:t .-
Seret-try Shaw and Cohlll, 'r r t tl'
Port of San Francisco ba, !:. l at i load
of trouble for several \ .. ,ttLLeaut
which tihe public has kni-tii lnotlhiiK.
and it Aas lifted yesterdlh i ,'ii itia
cst'retary was told by Pre; t i' i tius,
Venti to collect lie legal ei on all
dutiable articles brought I t lit '
country by Miss Alice IW,' ,It 'T.I
total of the duty is ex ,1 to L,
nearly $iOt.00.
T'he daughter of the -l lnt hlin
received during her trip the l'hi
IIpplncr Ciilna, Japan and Il;,:a n1iitiv
pretty and some quite 'e itu)ic ?iuk
venlrs.
Some onei suggested tha \t \II\ loo e.e
vvit be allowed to bring ,, Hallrli.s
duty free as she was trii,' with nll
the honors of a princess aii dil itiicii
to cement the friendship 1',it ni tlh
United Stalte and forelyi cont'lrii r,
The belongings of t1. crowned
heads, of royalty and of dii,' iisc at ,r't.
thus admitted duty free Irisu tht I'1it-
eJ States. Secretary iShl rurcelv l
suggeetions until he was airnIost sh ti
All that stood sot before als official
gases was that the preselitiis hl bic.an
reported 'a worth probably $l0,ouut.
and If the usual rate of duty was lui
posdJ It would cost Miss Ioor-'velt or
her father upward of 6t0 p'r cent or
$60.000.
Neither Miss Rooaevrlt nor ht r fah.
or Is rit., although toIP yOiiin %4 lil,4nii
Is understood to have a miOde it tl(it iiou
Lu her own right. Flrally Si(ti iai)
Shaw took his hteuiirdn Ito the li .,: llii
and told him ill about it.
"There Is bat one th:liK to Ido. lsal
the pro-ident. "That Is to 1tji nmy
daughter's baggagf. as )tou woi.l it,.*
baoKage of any uothr private I .i o
hhe will pay duty on it ~,rythhi iiat
Is dutiable."


Olturbaneme at St. Petersburg.
St. Petereburg. Oct. 17.--6 .,u p m
--In a encounter Mbtwees the pieico
and the striking printers at the igo.
erameat bureau of printleg and, enra
la.g this afteraooa fogy persons iwer
Injured but one seriously. The ppitll
ers attempted to bol I a laner-4.n
against the oommaid of t eainister do
Isaa.t Kovkovshuff, who reqnlltmine .
the pollee sad the strlkev were drive
*a from the bulla, a. MAbouto rha
jut beo reported froa the Pehl eot
toe IIU la the mautesrn emrb of talks
tity. The str rokewoko osl thle arn
tg. A telephone sweeae says tie
Oetaraa is notat Wsltoai
wrw^ *^9 T-Na
Wmrllpe Oi t VaeS ts.L
Partl ODe. II.-The dpartre, of
tho e c m rier Dem a f Uj Or.
beawI lWay lfor tshe i-d of Mar.
talqe r-es Wee fit sa, leader
a44a tIe P rsLo th r ailan wil'
th Veem bM" n queMt s iOt a str o g
head. If P t CuPrure CaPe ti s as
his par eesl l e. The gns will
stop at ego.s w wo eo o w be ts1 d
by the erwstm t LAYierf C&a.
aseleplasbea The aLth warbtipe
WUI thea prpewd to w to the
vIeata Wa lete. almall Uh cre
r Jeurit de la rselere a T7ruds
aew at Martltlque.


~uba~ 01 18 -Pru~lise me
Lg md z ~lere f ss e Remove t
Ow IS 4taft Itloo I Me
mpous sNobeeqemo1 I. 60seee t
woos IJ yeOr d isairr.
d Is Owinds by sltee rl, prtm,
s"MAgWhoboewe the 64rago 0
flon" awMSL~s sa' h

~pd ur bpm


0|


"BLACK HAND "SOCIETY AGAIN.

This Time They Dynamite a Grocery
Store of New York Italian.
New York, Oc't. 1S.--A charge of
dynamte explodeki In the d oi~a of
the grocery store of Ant onio Garbivrhn
13 9antou street, otn the Viist silo,
a few minutes aftt r 3 o'cloch tLii,
morning, wrockc4l th.' lo %%vt hmlt (, of t
front of the hbuldiinK, ~sha ttred the
windows In the tbeZiotuolts Rbov and
tihrow Into a p5'tic hniti nolre'lq (f tvi
hnts in I he inimreliate iitiizliieorhotiod.
WVindows iii tbi' tuo-nItvn' Imildlh ig at
10 Stanton treet. oppovitev, %vvre also
brtiklun. No onv v:s ianitcrou. li
anjilrt-id although manimi bt si, b nd fllit

trlghttvo ttlnt-niies teo hom t ,i
nlti'r hoursi-b l gII I III ir sIiien.I



at(' ii 1'1(1 lh~ oll' iiir iig.i~ lH
T ra t ge isr h to lie tvi yt,'io
I Ice' to ]lit\ Oe brien h ioct, d aii .i.e t
(larbut m ho bhas t wo mislrm vuu
l3 ing i, liingroonaitiinthe building.
Uai'ha THO 1 Gwit 'k IgOi eeV lv A
blacki hani Iv te'r 11 V IaII I t 1 iI $1. 1 M I I
He. turned Ict heIt(Iter over IoIivh iIvate
offlictri. an .1 t hivet'they nat it, iiiItry-
las to icli iiif. I (he. tintlicr.

FEARFUL STORY OF SHIPWRECK.

Only Two of Crew Escape--Six Are
Drowned or Suicidec.
Hos~ot, Oct IN A i#Wr1 t(i t itwirti
Atlantic scellirtpt u, liti Itll egit mull te
flien iiftettil bkl livicti11) fmle itic itc
tire, hunige'rtotl thiiratt, that ix ter It heuc
either die-d mi otrighlt, itiv washed Away
or crazed ib) tnvir fiit' ti-u i l n i ex eriticti ,
threw tlluts'ies 11 I1141! the Neu. Wa*
told by th'e tIwo wiurviticrs oft the coait.
In K) i )heeugiV VaIIIaIIIe' ,Anid Klulg, of
Ne'l )InV1iv, sitwich %asa Lraltti to
pit c. aiby a ItI. ie tif South 'Caro
lina coast on k.t. G.
The tivii twomn a tilit'dlv ithroutian the
five sit)vas ci rept-siod Is filey tiel secrus
or tililmcan F. Kelly. which arrivid
here hle. Wilily, art, William Tbooimm
aud Willaiani t \ garner, both 20 yaura
old, an-I hall ft 4t Antigta, IrIt iIe
Wvmt Indli i 'IIn all wi a t. 0o0vne by
Out'. Ol4 ciiiii iI, 't('Io:

Jo-1 11c) Mal,'e'A CI ahe honit. miiii,%c~ ii.
Pltgltiue r, a '. i tian titifle m ifkiui's iii.i
flm'tllc.re a a /ii.1 i 1111614ji %% 'It;o ii .
Jiniwi(t i Aultsaid lrvad Art titar, tnegro
SeI tlt1 I60t 41 (11111i J iJaIII1

WOMAN FOUND UNCONtSCIOUS.


Police Do Not Know Whether It Is
a Case of Murder or Sulesie.
New Yulk. (tL. IS --A woman ap-
parrnily hut 11 or .10 years of siag
was found nl the waoan shed of a
brewing r lmpsay nl the roar of the
rullon avenue, the Iroa., latI Sight.
Ma6e *a sliie butt Useactoloa. There
were lbree butlilt holbe in her ak,
At too boepital It rwas aid that tLhre
was no chance of r recovery la a
prckt-tbook were |* I&. a traunk hey.
a pair of silk gloves and thi as t I
Germn., addroeoJ to a ean:
"I hope you ay gt your deasrts
I always wa a dece al irl I pray
(td will forgive me ad plualh you.
Piees bery LI the poer coetery.
Make la a ttel toI Mad my relaitav
( lased) V. Aes imls e"
The poUlls e at a loe to know how
the woaesJe oa*d be sof ilnictd. f,.
a the aost* ISl4ea s, the ca6e waa
skl1e.


Wm So9 0aAre Captured
Sehevueld(. W.Ol Ot 1 Av a re
evil of Mhe swayemd "I' s ri,.of it,
herd St w id elk which tf wyesf pGet
base soTheir w-l1ag crags& 44
th minrSr s4 Is" rsf s ?atbett1ee
WgN)NW. to alos u'opefs tle th ocity, Is
pod" g oerit aes*Ore. reptat,04 a
the feriac yorturdsy a6 4i. th so
Ilivd to be t'amefoerftf ip the gu po
meae resrve d&q*APa yt's At Iarn
4S 'tl. fit sta isi rho m t oI
'.. b- m hd o 0! a e6


;. s I- ot


N #d 40 $986bood waS~ed
?ieme ,Arw. W t 18 A be d
am5 Ift ~ Vornft.CP. y *or*taothe ALI$,
mdo'wio hAv' &4up*4 a row alft
Wilke wsee 'a ,v erpo to the

84" ofomnibuas&na im


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR



NEGRO IS LYNCHED


BY KENTUCKY MOB


He Shot r!Id Killel Prominiut
l arnat r in that State

MOB WAS MASKED AND ARMED

The Negro Had Been Found Guilty by
Two Differen; Juries and Had Been
sentenced to Life Imprisonment-No
Clew to the Lynchers.
l.miilonl, Ky., Oct. IS \'irgi, I low
Yar. ., I' Iot, Aili. akh(kitU (t Il l o' couUty
Jaili hI ti .in I niigilt lit t 1io uo'clork stand
hilio I t il l an alil' Irte in a raual Itiad
Itg I11 lihtmloi \ ill '.
i ,' ii o siooit tind killed eorge
.1 0i ti Oll tioitl'l anId wealthy Knoa
tcoltiiin Intil to I i lilor, on the Ulg.lt of

TI* rfit, i ~ast rItrd i v the IAAurV
'to'i l'\ jul il l i.t tv' k The jury
il.,l* l Ie l n utir the dl ath penal.
t> anIId f r a lift, Itiprisonniullt arn.
tt lilce,
A t t iiidi t Irotl I) a ij ry broullht
o) In i.k ('CiHle 'oilnt)ti.n riler'id a
%, re ic'l til, !'f,, li prlleotntll e t lafter ten
jill hlo t t4ttl ti for hilaititli
1Ill'n IDIn111 I c luld nl |n |l> roll n
I iio in i iin i tho light Ili te i hav ile lom
1`11ii iioot1 1 (,illll 1 All % 1 t'e, nmaskeiil
ant il tt'lt :11't1 14 i 1 lit gutth llslle1 ils.
,'r l p, |>i i k' i. l i liit iil)lylilnilte
lt i ti.i P forcile lth Jatier too deliver
up t iit '! p: b 1 r

Cowhided While In Court
St Aiuuatifne. iea, Vt. ll.--bc
lr< llmlinsry trials of the four Oetee)
hino hers, are rrilo of the murder of Oeg
anoid u ldard C(arlr, waill held Moda0y.
Judlire .Macky decidwl to hold all the
.1'1i lWnitsim uiiler O1,04ft beon i t a
answer oil('h ilndlrininillM a may, W
fouin. at lhe Nqovnilner term of the lim.
e'lit ceurt Ihe fifth lbrwhelr. James
(it.'n, ilu holt y t ho'n captured. A
*n' li tt.il affair grew ouilt ti t li trial
,itiiiri t ii', t r te rit rt ad< titourned at
ilnoon I ni .lMickler, f I>leo11i, at.
incked rtli ll 'v ,reli) <'owhidl e Plrry
i.re on., of Moiultr0i. heafior.. ili affair
*i aos eiiple-jd toy the o tpi llir. l It was
t1id ihni Mitkle*l* had been lllter
tiiit'npt (Grevi for yoar 1o uniiinl tiof
Lit Inli iltlitg l llt r r' ii I*s aI|iate d to
haisr written to hi. lf*. Thfe two
attolidetl the Itril anil ith.* towun(iditg
fulloweJ. After tihe affiir theb Iwo e tn
W*ltl In Oplovite l llr ri nieml


Dilen's Play Was Hissed.
Colutmia n I' (ct is Ti iap
pearance iii Hi a city of Idthr l'ite-
man." Th't'n7 e u liluli a nlw playI, which
dealsl wll ith lit roeeliniatir i o period.
umio'r nrleto ill.. in louth I 'arollaa.
Ia0 '-.e i 1,s< .arl'i l l lttrs lwd Af any
play tih ha.i l.tr.i pir:ironlirtd here In
reien rrit iyet rs l i. lte I are attend
snit wIas as Iwts'. to aiprovall ,lf the
dlla was s l niltlati toy ith hbllsi of
the a udinioe thr'iglhint Ihe t prurem
4 re This. hoes..r was uOurle *ip
tiilly .iaphaiisal *hire at the *sald f1
'A lrist liscne la Ilihe f.lrd sot

eet10tl ite Maeu* In esien60
iahblalage. ("kt II T'h *lulpr.m.
eauseil for the wosllrtrn )url illceon 4
the Ualle14 *i'ai Anrent a ad Ar
p 4ld lr* *tf!l HtIl., tesai the rcr.otl
dar' suite of that ?ipfy t,,!a mocr
lag by rP evItsi thetr ere.,te of lse
amwalti ao )us frlepradenoe sad I 'sl
laicel thromu.e- its ,'balrus, .()erige
MeaS of Alabema The report **sea
to isakh moe ei! arl hl rehe fetlttl
tioe aa" statlev i r *safveie A"Ln
til a*4 Mi ioet eshia.le in ehaair'o-.
the eomaaintlfle rinl evouted t*,
peers' of o*uwly in hr'hn aitot harsmrY
to the l*a s*u4 4 .I .i ,se


CaneD C~s..mieesen Pew'n.
Now York, (Art Is -M. 4 t,-SCIV',s
letHmee eseal eL~Ulieloujii 401~ '.o*

14" 1" M osrat fs Ia'w' -I c,il Pa.
1%06" emhal, *aIved 5,.'b #c.,.J us
the etmeoa Itsw &"an f' i le, si -rdj
We e...m ratpsh's 'V h I'Ito, 'fooCoa adS
eftg'w4 .sY4:4 ,, A 4' p4?e w y
bw low* ,* 0 '-f '. l -,- 11 Jwf tat'
powp ol f fo. f 1 11 as 6Ws
dimfth". b*eet fn.r 4, Iadso #be '
ghg Pts I#,- leA64-I ,#A e he4i
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8mE W. MOs

DIES $DOENLY


At His New Home il South Jack-
sonvill on Sunday.


HAD NOT BEEN IN GOOD HEALTH

Wa Found on His Bed Partially Dress-
ed by His Daughter-Had Been a
Reidenot of Jacksonville Only a Short
ThIme-Well Known Here.


STe many friends of George W.
Moye r, who only left Gaineville a
haort time ago to reside in douth Jack-
eswvill, were shocked to learn of his
S sdden death, which occurred on 8an-
,. day mornolg.
"Mr. Moyere had been troubled for
the past three months with asthma,"
ays The Tienet-Union, "but was not
eonflned to the house, and on retiring
Saturday night spoke of feeling better
than he had for several weeks, Yes.
terday morning bout 7 o'clock his
dauobter-ln-law went to his room to
awaken him, and getting no response,
she became alarmed', and after some
difflulty entered the room, to flnd
him partially dressed, i ing across the
bed, dead.
"It supposed that while dressing
he became II and dropped on the bed,
where he was foun.d.
"Although seventy years of age, he
was a very active man, and never ex-
perienced any sieknea during hil
whole life until a short time ago, and
.aven then the attack was supposed to
be slight."
The deeased was a resident of
,Oalanesvlle for upwsrdi of six years,
where he and his estimable family
have many friends who sympathize
with them in their deep sorrow. He
was A soldier In the Confederate army,
and was as loyal to the cause as any
pan whoever shouldered a musket.
fe pever forgot his comrades In arms,
and to show his Iroe devotion labored
S6il0l*1( to spare the erection of the
'Gi6hulent l( It ow ptp do on the
S public square as a tribute id )heir
S memory and remit der of their valor.
With his frietide in the common
Sit fapflifehe was equiall devoted,
Uad hie tirlbed a mImS whrrevr he
lw' him. He had many adniring
Shendr In thle|elay, ard the announoe.
Sent of his death wai reeolved with
expremlone of sorrow and regret from
i at who know him.
SHe leaves a wife and four children
to mourn his death-Mrs. Turner
Brewer of Douglan, (h.,. a son who
lives as Washington, D. C a son a
' Lakeland, Fla., and another who oper.
ster a phoeplhate mine at Uuanellon.
Mrs. Moyers was in (eorgia when she
resolved the news. All have the sm.
pathy of The Sun and the people of
Oalaceville.
The funeral of (,eorge W. Moyers
took place from his late rivoner at
Both Jacksonville yesterday after-
noon at 2:3 o'clock. The interment
was in Phillipa eemetory.--Jcksuu-
vile Time-sUnion, October 17.
SURVEY PROGRESSING.
The Gainesville & Gulf Surveying
Party Steadily Advancing.
The work of running the line of
survey from the terminus of the
OGlnesvrle & (iulf RHalway to Tampa
I belugl pushed as rapidly sa possible.
The llrokoville Star of last week has
the following:
"J. W. Patton, chief cnginaeer of the
surveylag eorp of the tainevillie &
(nol Railroad, was in town on Surday
and Monday, having reaehel a pouit
In the s0rvey near this place, and was
preparing to muve camp farther on
down the lie. Just where the new
road is to touch Ihrookeille has not
been determined yet and our ,eople
are auMiously waiting to Ie. anid are
read, to meet the e flicials and ,ve


THE CHANGE OF LIFE

INTELLIGENTWOMNIE PNPRPAR
DOner sad Patineoo Olkl Porsed
Avrok td by tbr Ut 6o t1 e Pink-
bhasn Vegetable CoaNaed


Sow many we
me a realize that
the moss eriteal
period in a wo-

me 's existence
At thth tim alo. esad mor



a more liable to begin their desti
anxiety felt I




te work. uch warning asymptomI as
tene ofe draws nea
is nt without
Ife bd stem isn deranged eoudi-
ondshe s predisposed to spopley
or oonr t of ath oreat, it is sbat t
theme eyes, to besomlarie, eond, wiath
variable apervou, Lrretatioe atA ldif
Sburde n.
At his time who awe approaand tore
ri more liable o begin their destre
SLiao oi. Pluokato, hot gable C d,
dle w' hedsehe, dread of pd
ovil, soande wl the ersrtitidt,
pattiton of the heart, sprk to
the ge Irrol tm, *ou t
arnable appetite wokuOm@ i[ al.
etude r promptly headed l e;.
tPat women who ae appro farlg ti
period of life when wom grest
change may be ez .
. = 7 Pnlkm's Votable Cow
poied Is the world's 4tst remedy
for women at this trlnl period, and
may be relied upon to overcome all dis-
treming symptoms and carry them
afeuly through to a healthy and happy
old age.
Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound invigor ndate ren theao the
female oranlsmm, and bllds up the
weakened nervous aytem as so other
medii nean.
Mrs A. B. G. Hyland, of Chester*
town, Md., in a letter to nMr. Pink-
ham ,g t -- ..h...
DWrm Pblhdm.-
"I bad been saferfln with fadan of the
wemb f*te ar and wasu ni through the
dbaeof Ilfe. N7 wormnwaau sdly woa.
a- d at lo neram, dWy qall,
haadaesa, and wasvery vrous Iwrote
y for advice asa commemud trsatsat
mad a yon diret, and I am p tomy
thatall tbom dimraming symptm let me,
aod I beeIs md afl throuhb the change
d We a wonrwoman.
ar special advice regardinf this Im-
portst period women are invited to
write to Mra. Pinkham for advrce. It
is free ad always helpfta


ARNQ ANALECTS.

brop Report-Hay is Proving Profit*
able-School Notes.
Arno, 0ot. 16.-The farm-,s are busy
gathering their crops. The corn crop
is about tw.nty-flve per eoat short this
year. CO'toniad all other orope are
very good.
Much more hey is being saved this
year than ever before. There Is no
resso in the world why a Florida
farmer should send a dollar North for
hay, and we believe It will only be a
few years before the farmers of Florida
will raie all the hay the tate needs.
We can make as good hay and as much
uf it a any State in the Union. The
writer out this fall eliht tons of hay
from four srte,, which was better thea
the boet timothy hay, and as muoh in
quantity as the bet Northern tim.
othy
Our sehool-the Forest Grove
school-is Irogressngl nleely under
the leadership of Prof. DeLard. The
svrage attendaea is above fifty, and
Ineralsing estey "eIk.
Prof. Alles, priaelpal of the High
8prinlg school, preached at Forost
trove yestodiy., after which the
church called him as their pastor fur
another year.
T. J. Terry has just finished painting
his ales new touoe, which is quite as
ornament to our neighborhood.
The school at the Brown sehool-
house opeand lest Mooday with Misa
Joane as toeaher.
Mies Mary Moody. one of oar popu-
lar Ioong ladles, was married yfrsr-
day to a Mr IBerman of iarannah,
Us.
Joseph Willoe and wife of New-
terry were vilting jyetelday at Thos.
Brown:' home, who to his *ife's


them all the aetsanee roihl Th' fther
rtad will live us through coun~eti,, .t ,a or O, 'r ort Tol.al',
from the North to Tampa ild ill I.rt' Co' rvT .
ai touch faith all part. of the countryy Frak J. Choey makes oath that eo
It is just *hat we need nulA wili be the i e nWlor partner of the Irm of F J.
eane of developing our esirllitd rl r tb'hney A O., dolan besi4ae la the
multtral ands. pains ast du .o (tity of Toido. eoonty ad Itatafo-e
threuh the nmlt fertile lanld of this said. and that said Arm wUI the
SUyt, or we might say through tie 'sum of tOn Headred Dollar* for eeol
bae lodel Is the State. f r Hernaudo and every eoae of seaarn that meas
mbot of a rih and f(,itl t, oi! a I,0 et rsl by the ae of Hall'I (atarr
sayo e l In ny "Stat Ceut FRA. J. CUm .
Sworn to before mae a aeemsbtid
Phas t GoOt Rch it my proseee. this lth day ef Demm
Are ethei r ted by soddea break. bet. A I).. K A. W. OLMa,
lag dwew am to 4 pepstas or oetips. Hall's a hk Co Wo n
Usi. Brwe p and take Dr. Kina' sNlly. and este direny e the Wd
New Life Pt. TlL tbV k* et the ma. ad muoues ertl e i do f spet.
l6tala wbtb ane -im year eSler aid f lr e**few. -.
r. J. Cm r 0 ( OM1N a
aw 6194 Oaris -iol fla* 4-- --. a
O-de Sold N .Atall &
ul F A- Pilb i
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Bediarda & cCollum Have Par.
chiMd Valuable Property.


SALE


OF BURNETT BLOCK


Property Comprises Fine Business
Lot and ubatantial Brick Bulding
ContanlIng Five Storea-One of eot
Locations in the OCity.
Another important real estate deal
has been ieorded here, J. 8. B. Bod
ford and J. W. MeOollum. the drug-
gists, hlarig purchased the Barnett
bloek. Eat Main street, 8.
This bliok is one of the most de-
sirably posted in the city that was on
the market as this time. The lot le
100 feet front on East Main street 8.,
by ninety feet on West Masone street,
and contains a substantial brick atre.-
tare of one story, with five roomy
store. When the public billding and
the Elks' clob hoore are erected trade
will naturally drift that way, which
meaas that this property will com-
mwad id rents and a high elma of
tenats.
The new owners are to be congratu-
lated opoa their purchase.
Savd His Life.
J. W. Davenport,)Wingo, Ky., writes,
June 14, 1021 "I want to tell you I
believe Ballard's Snow Liniment shared
my life. I was under the treatment of
two doctors, and they told me one of
my longs was entirely gone, and the
other badly affteted. I also had lump
on my side. I don't think that I coold
have lived over two months longer. I
wse induced by a friend to try Ballard's
8now liniment. The first appliestion
gave me great relief; two fifty een
bottles cured me sound and well. It is
a wonderful medoiine and I recommend
It to offering humanity." Bold by W.
M, Jobnson.
Assault and Battery. I


A dark loud seemed to hover
around the county court-room at 10 a.
m. on Monday, as the parties tothe as-
sanit and battery ease of the State of
Florida vs. Tradie Johnsbn and Miss
Rhodd Johnson, aaemblVd. The
parties balled from near Kelley's mill,
ed d Jubnlaon, 6 e'usn of the dd.
fendants, was the victim, and (he case
was tri d before Judge Mason without
a jury. After about half a dosen wit.
nesees had been srorn the Judge de-
eided that the evidence was not sal-
oleat to convict and the cae was
broluht to an end and the defendants
discharged.
Astonishing Incident.
Astonishing Incident.


It was, to all her friends, an aeton-
ishing incident tt ha Mrs.. B. Hunt of
Lime Ridge, Wil., was eared of her
dreadful sioknee. "Doctors," abe
write, "had given me up; friends
were ready to bid me the last farewell;
eloods of despair darkened my horizon,
and I was a w rek on the shore of de.-
pondeney, when I began to take Bloe.
trie Bluere for my frightful stmach
and liver complaint. To the astoniesh
met of all, I we benefited at onee
and am now completely an4 mirOe-
louly mrtored to health. At all drug
asorme priee 50; guaranteed.


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THE GAINESVILLEB IUN: OCTOBER 19,1905


SCONSTITUTIONAITY

OF BUCIKAN BILL

To Be AttaCked in the State
ourtt.

FIGHT NOW ON TO THE FINISH

Lake Oity People Mad Because State
Board of Education Would Not Do-
nate Entire Equipment of University.
Refusal to Admit Stulent Ground.
The following appears in The Times-
Unios of 17th inst. under a Tallahas-
ee date line:
"Judge Areh Henry of Lake City is
baena eonoltation with Attorney.
Geaetal Ellis. The eitisens of Lake
O whom be represents, will prob-
a nstltuto legal proceedings to test
b4 edstitutionality of the Buckman
bil.
'The refusal of the State Board of
Etooation to convey the equipment of
the University of Florida, as agreed at
a meetiugf the joint boards, July 24,
Is the cause of great dissatioaction."
It has been understood by the pea-
pie of Oalnaeville for some time that
the Lake City people would oontest
bte constitutionality of the Buekman
Bill, their pretext for doing to being
therefosal of Preiident Sledd of the
SMite University to admit a student
who was not qualified under the pro-
vi.ions of the Buekman law.


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GODFREY-NEWTON WEDDING.

Solemnized at Madison, Ga.-A Bril-
liant Event.
Alachus, October 17.-Mr. and Mrs.
F. B Godfrey returned homr on Mon-
day from Madison, (a., where on
Thursday, October 12th, they were
united in marriage. Mr. Godfrey is
the popular ashier of the Bank of
Alachua, a sterling young basi.esM
man, and his many friends accord
him and bride a hearty welcome. The
Atlanta Journal of Tuesday contained


The fight cannot commence too soon the following doount of the nuptiili: Ask for it and refuse any .utstitate.
to solt the people of aioesaville, all of "The marriage of Miss Willie Ora It is the best remedy for c',ighs hnd
whom are anxious to have the quest. Newton to Mr. Francis Bartow God colds. J. W. MeOollum L t',
tion settled. 'The people of Lake City, frey was solemnised Thursday after. Quiet Wedding
that is the masses, are also equally noon, Rev. W. LaPrade of Canton
sXalous for a final settlement of the officiating. lIonday afternoon, OJtiir 10 I, at
eonetitutionality of the law,and it is to "rhe entire first floor of 'Irywood,' half-lpat four o'eloek, I r. W\lhrn
be hoped that Judge Henry will no the beautiful country home of the Hierbert Powers and Miss \ .oletl Ir.
longerdelaythe insituting of legal bride, near Madison, was brilliantly rie were quietly married i, this ii),
proceedings in the matter, for no one lighted and decorated with binboo. Ite r i. W. Moore ofteliirat
at all acquainted with the situation rmitax and potted plants. The grjom is a prominviti and ptp, .
ever doubted that it was the intention "In the front parlor color scheme lar young physleiian ad i i., bride the
ofeertain Like Cityites to do other- of white and green was observed l>ur. beautiful flughter of Mr nand Mrs
wiae from the moment they were ing the ceremony the briJe and groom Frank Harris.-Ocila Bainr
ought in the trap which they had set stood under an aldh of white tulle avrdd )r. Power* ts known to ,mny people
for Gaineville, Bartow, Tallahassee smilax from the center of which hung in Gainvla ille as one of o() ir popu
and DeFuniak. a joke made of white violets and rn.te. lar phystcine., while hi. charming
. Should the courts decide the law un- "In the center of the dining room brile has a host of younii friends in
eoastitutional the various State schools where a pink and white oolor scheme, thi city who join The e8n inc wishitl
woold remain a they were prior to pas- was carried out, stood a heart-shaped them a happy married If.
ige of the Buckman Bill, except that table made beautiful by bulahes of
there would be no available funds with pink tulle and ribbon and lighted ean- M omel e ey.
whith to conduct them, and Governor dies with pink ahades. No woman, no matter li.w rregilar
Broward would faeo the alternative of "Promptly as 2:80 o'clock, to the her features may be. eaii be called
depr.ving the children of Florida of strains of the wedding marob, the bri. prvtly, if .her compleui)nl is had.
the advantages nf higher education for dal party oeaa dows the broad stair- Orion Laxative Fruit Syrup aide di-
two years, or naiing an extra sessloon way. First came Miss Agoes Godfry, eVtlion and elearse allow hbltched
of the Legislature to make appropria- sister of the groom, and MisS Elisabeth eomplexieos by stimulating tthe liver
tion foroperating the University and Walton; then Mlu Lula Walker and and bowels. Orino I,axuisiv "ruit
other Stale schools. Miit Lucisi oddard of griffinn; Miss yrup does nit nauseate or gKrie, aid
"Lay on MaeDuff, and damned be he Mamie-Coopsr of Atlanta, and Mia is mild acd pleasant it take. I:ri-me.n
who fret cries 'holl, enough.' Osroline Callaway ; Mis. lSim of New. ber the name Orito and refu.. .,, ae.
-..-.- -- nan, ad Miss e Reid Walton M e; M is ept soetitu J W. M.('.
A &,-IIt I i&Cto -


A rleaan nt ecpton.
The members of the Esrnest Work.
er' society of the Presbyterian church
wore tendered a very pleasant reoep-
tioo as the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0 8.
Nerebast Tuwoday afternoon by Mrs.
Morhant, the guest of honor being
Miss Obaff OGreory of Ochebee, a
*orner rwldent of this elly and the
tret prldeat of tle oeliety.
Nothial was emitted by the hostess
*kcalated to make the oae3io a
I1ppy eoeial function as well as a
meeting of the member of the soeltry,
ad Ue large number prewat was en-
rWained In a manesr betting the oe-
4etem. Refrebmeate were srved
rad ll eklowledged the ooeselon ooe
IeA so be remembnerJ

DrOusts' k He Woeld Net Uv.
Petw Fri, Wood4raf Pa., wrlies
bAte desfteg forU two 1yers
tm bis phhysse a to Waymnersh6 ,
and Mll gna wor, te desseo ad.
Wlmd w il I ld say besales to w*1
ewld s I WW boer amet d so a
ease, o I 0eM so peosmy Jlive

Sm. FelW e KidMe Our* we sme.
em e metom by a frtsed. mad I
m my osat so Me s*es
1 Kqst i etfer taktia theU e best I
bowis P O beat. wad seeo eed to
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Mary Wal on Tramnmell and Miss Kit-
ty Newton. These@ young ladies ear-
rned ropes of white tulle with which
they formed an aisle from the foot of
the step to the altar. et came the
groom with his brother,Vaptali Erwin
(Godfrey, and then the bride with her
maid of honor, Mins Annie Lucy New.
ton.
"l)ring the ernemmny a selection
from Nevin was played by Miss WiI.
liams.
"The bride wore a charmlag going.
away gown of dark blue velvet, with
hat to soath, and carried a shower
boquet of bride's toae. Mis AnAsie
Lucy Newtoo, sister of the berde. woe
whiwe orepe de thise asd searnd pink
roase. The wedding gfla wbheh were
an tIno The library were someros aud
hiMadme.
"Tle brie the k oel4 deagher of
Hie. Jeta T. wlkoew of Morgf a W a-
tf. sd is very poper is Medisoa m d
seagbost sheb Smae. The gesio as
th yeagess moe Mrs. M lly Wals
O df r R ad is a yosig ms of preai.
s-e is soesl aud boesties elaehse.
Fw some tume he ha baw s*esesed
with a bak is Alasam, ri whre
t ploei peeg p tl make their

"AU estla Mrs. ewtee isa reeatg
ad e1seertel"MW be gBesoo *wm Mis.
oIh-a Oeshma, Mns. W. P Waler,
IM W. II.e USat, Mn. Prusr R1,.

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e ass ees she md about

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ailnesville Girls.
Missae Peai Whetisone. (Irrtirde
WralsraaIt, I*',i Balrd, CIrrie lDean
aid Eva Dean, a body of I rrtLy
tOinesvlle girls attendini three F.'nale
College in ibla eity. tok lI the* Nate
Houo yesterday, and &be way the
yjion tbseelor clerks dameed around
eaplailiag So thetu how the Stat ( glo.
ernment was risr, proved quite rPn-
elsriely ltbat thtir eslt was a*pI'rP-
oiated.-Talihamae DaIly Capital

New Cure for Oancer.
All surfae easear aen Dowr known
to be earableby u Boskn' Arnlea
ale. Ja. Waltere uf IDetsld. Va.
writut "I had a naier on my lip for
Fears tat seemed Ieortebl. till Hork.
e A Ales Ielv healed It sad aow it
is prflley well." Uuefateod euro
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MELROSE MELANGE.

Improvements at the Huffnmn House
People Raturinng.
Melm.r Ot-lisor 16 --Mr..- S M
Caltl w'lie d ( P.. Huffm- l i \v re-
IturIIe( frm lheir visits Ni .iw, i r
tii,% arrir lo uxro ( h)h lats A 11l \I ift
ikldl \lI,. I 1I.*-or of Rht \ .
\\.S. .Yerwjld aad fr.,; '\ hare
moved in1to th- oentage foru, r, cet'ln.
Sieil I)> Mrd. .Uor1ww.
The ei'ete*ry working ltni lit'enli
wal attetnle, d hby a large c('r- who
di I their wo.k i a firsl-cl -. iiiinuer.
H Jacks n is ebhaning Ih: pumping
engine froin two-lahb to six.- ih vylin
der, alin cutting in a three i -lh iilp.
ply pipe, these chaolngpebr : itiet.%eary
owing to the demand for wir'.r. which
is very fine and cleat.
0.0. Husband bu retrcd Ifrom
Plaitka, having been on the jiry dur-
ing the past weet.
The Hltffman Houss i bI irgp it in
first-cla4s order ftr the eCOin liile rrtiial,
the first RUeti' being due NS vernltwr
lot. Q lte a number of roomii nre n .
ready engaged by their regular wite.r
visitors.
Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throut uti lung
remedy, and ou aseount of the great
merit and popularity of Fol 's' IHoney
and Tar ii uy insitations ure odffret
for the genuine. These worthless imi-
tations have similar aoundlng names.
Beware of them. Theb geit ine Foley's
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Anollno SuAnnav.


HAD NOT BEN IN GOOD HEALTH
HAD NOT BEEN IN GOOD HEALTH


Wae Pound on His Bed Partially Dress-
ed by His Daughter-Had Been a
Rekldent of Jacksonville Only a Short
Time-Well Known Here.
The many friends of George W.
Meopr, who only left Gainesavlle a
ort time ago to reside in South Jack-
n Tville*, were shocked to learn of his
sodden death, which occurred on Soan
day morning.
"Mr. Moyershad been troubled for
the past three months with asthma,"
says The Timei-Unlon, "but was not
confined to the house, sad on retiring
Saturday night spoke of feeling better
than he had for several weeks. Yes.
terday morning *bout 7 o'eloek his
S dauobter-io*law went to his room to
awaken him, and getting no reponse,
she became alarmed', and after some
diffleulty entered the room, to find
him partially dressed, lyin across the
bed, dead.
"It is supposed that shile drensinl
he beesme ill and dropped on the bed,
where he was fout.d.
"Although seventy years of age, he
S was a very native man, and never ex-
S perlenced any sieknoe during his
whole life until a short time ago, and
S .ven then the attack WMa supposed to
be slight."
, The deceased was a resident of
GOllnesville for upward of six years,
where he and his estimable family
have many friends who sympathize
with them In their deep sorrow. He
S was & soldier In the Oonfederate army,
sad was as loyal to the cause as any
p' n whoever shouldered a musket.
RH perer forgot his comrades in arms,
and to shop his Iroe devotion labored
og0lp1i9 l to spare the erection of the
'6aBulhi*nt al 0t ow ltpt d on the
publlo square as a tribute idf their
memory and remit dor of their valor.
With his frietrnd in the common
Mlke i lfehe wa equtlly devoted
S. al nhi ritatIed a manl wnrver he
s' ISw him. He had many adilring
leonde In thl{olty, ard the announce.
SIat of his death was received with
hpmeeions of sorrow and regret from
S tl who knew him.
S He leavs a wife and four children
S 0 mourn his death-Mrs. Turner
BHrewerof Douglas, (.. a son who
lives at Washington, D. a son at
S Lkeland, Fla., and another who oper.
ates a phosphate mine at Uunnellon.
Mrs. Moyers was In (Gorlia when she
lived the news. All have the n)m.
path of The Sun and the people of
OalMeville.
The funeral of rorge W. Moyers
took plaee from his late residence. at
ooath Jaekeonville yesterday after-
oon at 2S80 o'clock. The Interment
was in Phllllp4 cemetery.-Jacksoi.-
ville Time.Unlon, October 17.
SURVEY PROGRESSING.
The Oainesville & Gulf Surveylng
Party Steadily Advancing.
The work of running the line of
asrvey from the terminus of the
Oilneille & Oulf Rallway to Tampa
is belug pushed s rapidly as possible.
The Brookiville Star of laIt week ha
the followlsg:
"J. W. Paiton, chief eutia;luarto the
eureylng eorpe of the Galnneville A
(olf Railrud. was in town on Huiday
and Monday, having reaehrd a point
In the survey near this plaee, and was
preparlnl to move camp farther on
doew the line Just where the new
d is to tooeh Bhlrokswil has not
been determlaed yet and our iuop(le
are nsilously waiting to ee. and are
ready to eet the cricrls and give
them all the aelista*ee posiblh. Thsr


How many wo
j* realize that







If be' systm Is In a deranged oudi-
the moof nyt ri tit








i '. .become active and, with
period ine a eo-
manAt' existeneo
s t h dr he of mpeadge of
v e and tht, the
anxiety felt by
womNS as this
time draws nor
is not without
reason I
U he system ila deranged ontdi-
tai, or b e L predisposed to apopley
tor oo tn ompf ay oherd bt is t this
m l to booome acte nd, with
po hist o the world rriteation, remedy
borden.
At thi time, e ting poer anod tomrn
ay e ore liabldo to begin their desta-
treinork. Sh warning sympay them
sens of nisuoeation, hot dlashe. dri-
dafely through dr ead of lmand app
evil, niorad an the sars timidit, p-
itam oran thehan rt,pars u te
the ey", irh ulanritie, contipatlion,
varible appetie, weakness and InquI
tude are promptly heeded iy nteloi-
lat women who ame app ro ngo the
pMnod of life when woman'seret
e bu may be expected.
M Lye. Pikham' Vegetable Co
mu"Id is the world's it rteft remedy
fwo women at this rylin period, and
may be relied upon to overeomenll dise
haiely threuan to w hey thy an I rppy





Sfor dve and onm d trtmat
wLydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Comn
nl moiloratend strengthens the
haI o n lm, and build l up the
amd ine lwon.
Mrs A. E. G. lwylnd, of Chesterd
town, Md., in a better to Mr, Pink
.b, s ra I n .--W I rl,
Dri i PtLakham-
"I bad been sullerlnlg with tadn ofl the
womb free an nd alwa phep thl the
ehineo(olIfe. Y wnrmb wuabdlyswolle.
I bad a good d2 of vrone, dizy spell
rp R rt- wHa very Perovin I wrofite
for advtble-School Notes m
wkh Lyd B. haamn Vegtble Can
u ou director, and It b pp tofy
tal thoe d= t 1~ am ng bm s Ief e,
sd I have pened tely b throih th cheaC*
01 liteoa well woma'"
For special adviee regardlng this Im.
portent period women are invited te
write to ,Mrs. Ptnkham for advice.L It
is tree and always helpful.

ARNO ANALECTS,

brop Report-Hay is Proving Profit-
able-School Notes,


Arno, Oat. 1.--The farmers are buns
gathering their erops. The oern orop
il about twenty-flre per eort short this
year. Cotton aid all other crope are
very good.
Much more hay is bring saved this
year than erer before. There is nio
reason in the world why a Florida
farmer should seod a dollar North for
hay, and we believe it will only he a
few years before the farmers of Florida
will raise all the hay the Srate needs.
We can make asI ood hay and as mitch
uf it as any State in the Union. The
writer out this fall eight tons of hay
from four so''e, which was better thea
the boet timothy hay, and as much in
quantlly as the best Northern tim-
othy
O(tr school-the Forest Grove
school-isr (rogrsing nicely under
the leadership of Prof. lDelar d. The
average attndanee is above tifty, and
increasing esey ehk.
I'rof. Allen, principal of the High
Springs school, preaohed at Forest
tlrove yeiteldy. after which the
church called him st their pastor for
another year
T. J. Terry has jiit inirhed i sintinpg
hii nie' new. toul., which is quille an
orul;iien to ouir tiighbhaixulod.
The sehool at the Irown school-
hmnue opened llst %liday with Mi.s
Jonee as teacher.
Miss Mary Moody. one of our lpopu-
lar Ioon ladles. was married l ytrsr-
day to a Mr Basernan *.f savannah.
Ola.
Joseph Willeo and wife of New-
terry were visiting yesterday at Thie.
Brown'b home, who Ie h. wife's
father


road will giv e o through connectin .,"or or Onto. Cr o TTo m.o, (
from the North to Tampa aid puit ir L i't A Cuo'lr.
la touch sith all parts of the country Frs'ak J. Cheaey makes oatb that et
It is just what we a td ain wall be bhe r sentor partner of the Ilr of F J.
ae s of developing oar splendid agri* t'iealy & OA doiha bosalme in the
eIltelll lads. pawing as it dosn. t'ity of Toledo seoeaty sad ltate afore
hrleea the most fertile lands of this said. Mad that mid Irm will ay the


sum of On Handred Dollarn for owe
and every eea of emurvh that enias
be eutnd bp Ib e fw Hall'o Oatarek
Caem FRAKs J. CKmT.
w8ere to befo m w a a eubserd
ia my prese.w, thi th day of Deeom.
ber A. D UI A. W. Ouass,
tAxL) ,-ua PONw.
Hal Oaurrh Or e I Ig iie-
ally. and Mew diree* em the btoed
ad meese see mve o the petem.
c h aI -0 h*e..
S, J.Ce H rA.1 Ire.e. o1

DOWe &Olis


mBa or we might lay through the
bt BNdsla In the Stute. fr Heraando
e bmwefa r rek And fttIle sIaIo as
eay Sm laal y rt Bate"
PIH to Oet Rich
Ar fte tle hllWe by eodde break-
ela dws dm te i peIa or coantipa-
Uos. Bralep ai take Dr. Klag's
New .IIe Plla. Tey take at he ma.
terils whiah an el- g yetr e*er
Sat" a- amI 0ent
Bjl-- l&liio >w. At all
BBSdf?'-1 krrn^^p^"*


I SN: tOC h 1, 1


ANITER BRICK BLAOK

HAS CHANGED HANS

Bodird A McCollum Hare Par-
chued Valuable Property.


SALE


OF BURNETT BLOCK


Property Comprises Fine Business
Lot and Substantial Brick Building
Containing Five Stores-One of Beet
Locations hn the City.
Another Important real estate deal
has been peorded here, Jae. 8. Bodi-
ford and J. W. MoCollom, the druo-
gists, havtle purchased the Barnett
block. East Main street, 8.
This bleak ti one of the moat de.
sirably located in the city that wae on
the market at this time. The lot is
100 feet front on East Maia street 8.,
by ninety feet on Wes Masonie street,
and contains a osbstantial brick struc-
ture of one story, with five roomy
stores. When the public building and
the Elks' olab house are erected trade
will naturally drift that way, which
means tba this property will com-
mand lgpd rents and a high elas of
tensate.
The new owners are to be congratu-
lated upon their purchase.

Saved His Life.
J. W. Davenport,lWinCo. Ky., writes,
June 14, 102i "I want to tell you I
believe Ballard's Snow Liniment saved
my life. I was under the treatmentof
two doetore, and they told me one of
my lungs was entirely gone, and the
other badly affected. I also ad a lump
on my side. I don't think that I eould
have lived over two month longer. I
wts induced by a friend to try Ballard'l
Snow liniment. The first application
gave me great relief; two fifty ent
bottles cured me soood and well. It is
a wonderful medicine and Irecommend
It to offering humanity." Bold by W.
M. Johnson.
Assault and Battery.
A dark cloud seemed to hover
around the county court-room at 10 a.
m. on Monday. as the parties to the asu
sanlt and battery ease of the State of
Florida vs. Trodie Johnsbn oad Miss
Rhodd Johnson, auembled. The
parties boiled from near Kelley's mill,
sad Ed Johnson, e ,usln of the dd.
fendants, was the victim, and the case
was tried before Judge Mason without
a jry. After about half a dosen wit-
nesses had been sworn the Judge de-
cided that the evidence was not suffl-
olent to conviet and the ease was
brought to an end and the defendants
diseharied.
Astonishing Incident.
It was, to all her friend., an aston-
ishlng incident that Mrs. I. B. Hunt of
Lime Ridge, Wlt., was cored of her
dreadful iceknaes. "Doctors." she
writes, "had liven me up; friends
were ready to bid me the last farewell;
clouds of despair darkened my horizon,
and I was a wreck nn the shore of des-
pondeney, wtean I twan to take Blec-
tric Bitters for my frightful stmaeh
and liver complaint. To the astonish-
meat of all, I was benefited at ones
and am now completely and mirao*-
lously restorAe to health. At all drag
store; price 50s; guaranteed.



Gainesville Realty



Paid-Up Capital, S1,ooo.


Buys and Sells

Real Estate......
Colleges Reant and Aesoonts; Broker.
age Busin*es; Fire mad Life


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THE GAINESVILLE 8UN: OCTOBER 19, 1905


CONSTITUTIONITY

OF BUCMAN BILL

To Be Attacked in the State
'Courts.

FIGHT NOW ON TO THE FINISH
Lake City People Mad Because State
Board of Education Would Not Do-
alte Entire Equipment of University.
Refusal to Admit Stunent Ground.
The following appears in The Times-
Union of 17th inst. under a Tallahas-
ee date line:
"Judge Arbh Henry of Lake City is
hen in coneoltation with Attorney-
General Ellis. The citizens of Lake
O whom be repreeeots, will prob-
a aJDtimttoe legal proceedings to test
thq e-titutionality of the Buckman


1 1


CONSUMPTION


I ope, fresh air, lrest and
Scctt's Emulsion .rc the
grecatcst remedies f r r,-
::m ':" n. Scott's In': i', io

will always bring comfort andi
relief often cure. Scott's
Emul.ion does for the con-
sum l)tivel what medicine almti
cannot (Io. It's the nourish-
ment in it that takes the pa-
tient in long strides toward
health.
We'll end ynu a rumple free.
6COI'T ,& 1I:)WN F, 40q PIrl Street, New York


MEIROSE MELANGE.
improvements at the Muffmin ~ House
People Retuning.
Iilelr.e..e.() wbor 16 Nr..i S NI
CalI ailikild C P. HuffmIl' I re-
toiVri frdfotl their vijiti~ii i r
iiv%% Nrvtmih omrP Chas. IAt r rij I 1
unti cii, til O ltin ir of IWhilit .
S. Ye j4rw..ad itad Tf:, iv
fl)OTUel jll IA I I$, 'olt.gfl o fkltil t t, oC'iut

The erwet'ei't ry working Im-t Me'atdijt
was rtteuetf d tiny a larie or-kil, %ho
di I their wo. k in a firntcl t'- zniaer,
H. Jaiksti )n changing Iv lumping
engine f rom two-nChb to si x* -h cylin
der, also potting meti thret. 11101 I'pillh
ply pipe, these chiakol tbemc two 'e'o.stry
owitig to the dpmsnd for 'wavr, which
is very fine and clear.
0.0. Husband has 1#timr i, t from
P&IaI k a, having twoW on the ,, r, dt-r,
ing the Iwast sweet.
The Jtfnfman Houst Is ibwg Itai in
firsptcla-is order f r the codn riiz Peri,.


bill. the first gueeti being due Novi lb'r
The refusal of the State Board of GODFREY-NEWTON WEDDING. lst. yite a number of ronn. nare tl.
oaoetioo to convey the equipment of ready engaged by their regular wincr
the University of Florida, as agreed at Solemnized at Madison, Ga.-A Bril- visitors .
a meetilogf the joint boards, July 24, liant Event. --
is the cause of Ireat dimatibfaetion." Alachua, October 17.-Mr. and Mrs. Don't be Imposed Upon.
It ho be~e understood by the pe3- F B. Godfrey returned home M n Mon. Foley A C ., Chicago. (raigeatled
ple of alnaevlle for some time that day from Madison, Ga., where on Honey and Tar as a throat anu lung
the Lake City people would contest Thursday. October 12th, they were remedy, and on account of thie great
theoonstitutonality of the Buckman united in marriage. Mr. Godfrey is merit and popularity of Fole,,>' IlHoney
Bill, their pretext for doing so being the popular cashier of the Hank of and Tar iunuy i-nitations are, offered
the refosalof President 8ledd of the Alachua, a sterling young business for the ginuine. These writhless imi-
tate University to admit a student man, and his many friends accord stations have similar soundint names.
who wa not qualified under the pro- him and bride a hearty welcome. The Beware of them. The geiinie Foley's
viaions of the Buckmao law. Atlanta Journal of Tuesday contained Honey and Tar is in a yellow pIakaKe.
The fight cannot commence too soon the following d~count of the nuptial* : Ask for it and refuse any -ubstliitte.
to salt the people of Gainesville, all of "The marriage of Miss Willie Ore It is the best remedy for eughis aid
whom are anxious to have the ques. Newton to Mr. Francis Bartor God. colds J. W. IcM ollum A (Co
tion settled.'The people of Lake City, frey was solemnised Thursday after.
that is the masses, are also equally noon, Rev. W. l1,Prade of Canton Quiet Wedd
anxious for a final settlement of the ofliciating. .Monday afternoon, O ,,o.ir 1o I,, at
oostitotionailty of the law, and it is to "'he entire first floor of 'lrywood.' 'hlf-pait four o'elok, I r. Willainn
be hoped that Judge Henry will no the beautiful country home of the Herbert Powers and Misr \ .let liar.
longer delay the ins'ittitng of legal bride, near Madison, was brilliantly ria wereqquietly married ii this it).
proceedingR in the matter, for no one lighted and decorated with binabou. tRv I. W. Moore offdielati,
at all acquainted with the situation nirtax and potted p.it.s. The grjom is a prominent, nnd poi p.
ever doubted that i wa the intention "In the front i rlora color scheme lar young physician and ot, bride the
ofeertain Lake Cityites to do other- of white and reen was observed Dlur- beautiful daughter of Mir aJd Mrs
wise from the moment they were ing the ceremony the brije and groom Frank Harris.-o)ella Bain.r.
eaquht in the trap which they had set stood under an auh or white tulle ad ID)r. Powerse s known ti) a, y pople
for Gainerville, Bartuw, Tallahassee smilax from the center of which hung in Gaineeville as one of ( .nl', Iiopu
and DeFuniak. a yoke made of white violetsand rses. Isr phy.icites, while hit. charinting
, Should the coorts decide the law un. "In the center of the diniUgl room brile has a host of youii, friends in
eooatitutional thevarious Statesehools where a pink and white oolor scheme, thi. city who Join The Sia1 an wishing
would remain as they were prior to pas- was carried out, stood a heart-shaped them a happy married llfe..
eigeof the Buckmsn Bill, except that table made beautiful by buaehes of
Makes Homely Womes Pretty.
there would be no available funds with pink tulle and ribbon and lighted can- Makes Homaly Womnei Prety.
which to conduct them. and Governor dies with pink shades. No woman, no matter liw regular
Broward would fee" the alternative of "Promptly at 2:80 o'clock, to the her features may wh. ira he called
depr.ling the children of Florida of strains of the wedding march, the bri- pretty, if .her omplexi ) is had.
the advantages of higher education for dal party ocam down the broad stair. Orinu Laxativn Fruit Syrup aide dl.
twe year, or calling an extra session way. Fires amea Miss Ages Uodfrey, Iesttioa and clears sallow llocthed
of the Legislature to make appropris. sriter of the groom, and Miss Elizabeth oomplealens by stinulauing tte lvrrr
tion foroperating the University and Walton; then Miss Lula Walker and and bowvel.. Orino iasltiv Fruit
other State schools. Miss L.eii Ooddard of (irifin; Miuss 4yrup does-. n)t hiustate or Kral.', snd
"Lay on MaeDuff, and damned be he Mamie-Cooper of Atlanta, eaid Miss i mild and pleasant io take. l:.-inemn
who flret cries 'holl, enough.' Oroline Calltway ; Mis Rims of Neaw. tIr the namee (rs o,) a.l ref.. ,t, ac.
--- --- nand Miss 8r.e Reid Walton; Mi.s for"anytittute J W. l.(
A Pleasant Reception. Mary Wal on Trammell and Miss Kit.
The members of the Earnest Work. ty Newton. These young la4ies car Galnesville Gira.
en' oeiety of the Presbyterian church ried ropes of white tille with which Mises Pearl Whetsrour. (irtlride
were tendered a very pleaeaot reoep. they formed an alele from the foot of Weigasard, l'a, HBaird, Carriet Iean
toe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. 8. the step to the altar Vxst came the and Eva Dean. a body of I rett
Merchant Tuaeday afternoon by Mrs. groom with his brother,Oaptain Erwin (itlnesville girls attending the Vrnale
Merchant, the gucat of honor being G odfrey, and then the bride with her College in this city. took i the Rtate
MNas Obafa Gregory of Ocheeee. a maid of honor, MiNs Annie Lucy New. House yesterday, and the tay the
torner reideatof this eity and the ton. y.oang bachelor clerks dened around
rnst proadent of the oeilety. *D)oring the eremr ny a selection eapialasint t teoa how the ltte gov.
NHothia ws emitted by the hostess from Nevin was played by Mis Wil. ernment was ran, proved quite non-
4atlalated to make the o.eslon a liams. elusively that their visit was a.lpre.
happyO seial fuaetion au well as a 'The brnde wore a charmlag gulon eated-Taliahame.. )aly api a.
.esialg of she members of the soeety, away guwo of dark blue velvet. *ith New Cure for Oancer.


MW tWlargen aunbr present was on
$1W4aed In a manner belitiag the o@
406m.. Jefreshmenle were serveed
MA all Peokwledged sh oeeaon ose
AMin to be resmembervd.

tSIG&Wd H Would Not Liv..
1"Wo 7r7. Wwodrul, Fe., rites
"AhWr domeefmgfor twoeroom.with
as bestPhgeIeONN IsWeYSO~a.emg
so dsOWtol nggwoMrs, the desson ad.
ybM o wit Ihd e "I beelam to as.
$adIto Ih bet tr sea to 1ea
OWN,, ImI O MM t a pOIb fuig*
.m" there we e M
ftow F oley 's Kd ~or c reswssn.
mnomW-,t o mby a too"u. eaW I
qm~deblsmaymu so the Mess
ft 14 oeftemaking these bo~eeteI
bowI* S b~hue. e mW sooseod to




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bat to match, and carried a shower
booqoet of bride's~foee. Ni Annie
Lucy Newton, sister of the brde, wore
White erepe doe ehoe asd earled pla
rom The weddial gif whikh were
ase In the library were nomeros aed
headwee.
'TUe bride tbe des *m daughter of
le.JoaT.ob T. ote of Mofrg seemo*
ty sad tl very popular ai Madises
e th lhot the ,lle. The gromea i
the yoagest om of Mer. Molly Waelee
OAdfey., sad is a yleag masm of premi.
Smeow is soeal mad b&eelase eleies.
0For*e* s hatbe hoee baes *usmesed
wtho a beak AI AaMes I. be o whre
the gyone p*epe rU make their
boom.
"AtiLeag MIs mWeU tI rea viel
sed esSfIaltes m r e Swte M M
Iteh Oulbmas, Ms . P Waltor,
E.s W. M. sruae. MA. PrerB og.*
enm, U ld. re llwwf."
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Are mbs lies fres J. H. Siesa-n
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GQAINEVILLE OWN YOUR HOME.

t ^ ytu 1 It is surprising the amount of rent a
,____ maln will pay, if he etdpa lton enough
: 1aredDeoember 1I. .t4 GOea vlle. is, to figure It out. Many young men
O a o--em matt, n. aer orf Co who marry atid "settle down" and
u e1s of Marho" t1n.
S. begin lo pay rent. will be far better
itbllihed Every KeaM y sai Thursday off in ten years if they tegin purehas-
at Oalatid Flrd lug property that year than if they
continue to pay rent. Many of them
SAdo not stop long enough in their daily
H. cREARY. Editorand Publ'r. work to think of a possible rainy day
and years of old age, but go on spend-
ITka or Sur carnriov: ing the fruit co their toll until the
The Twiee-a-Week Svx $1 a year; six time comes when they have to step
SmoUths, 101. ; single copies, 6c. down and out to make room for the
ADVlaTrlInIO RATPr: yonng men of the future. Then comes
SoLeal advertisements, 15 cents a line the old, old question, they are not pre-
t r these int and 10 cents for each addi- parod for an emergency of this kind,
Slertiaon. I and they wish that they had bought
p12yoed advertisements for three, when they were young and have
m1t oi 12 months at sp l rates.
N furnished upon application. a home of their own when the time of
Marriage and Death notice inserted acquiring it is passed.
rre. Obituaries, 6 cents a line. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred
S-the property purehaed increases in
O OU CLUarIxo Lisr. value. Why not figure this out to
Te BSun and the Thrioe.dWeek your own satisfatloo, make up your
(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 6 mind and start at once to prepare a
The Sun and the Atlanta (1.) home? Where were yoo Ixl, eight, ten,
Weekly Constitution oe year.. 1 75
the Bun and the Atlanta (.) or fifteen year ago and what did you
emil-Weekly Journal oneyear. 1 50 have? If you have paid rent all these
The Sun and the eml-Weerkly years you have your rent reeelpts to
Tiaes-Union one year........ 1 0 show where ynor money has gone, but
I where is the home you might) have
W e will not accept stamps of a owned f you had been pa your
srger denomination than 2 cents. owned It you hod be p27o13 your
Money towards a home of your own?
I What willyou have then? Will it be a
Rossia has exchanged 1,876 Japanese home of your own ora bondle of rent
prisoners for 64,000 RuNsans. That's receipts? All real estate bas a value,
about the fighting ratio. and if perched at this value the buy.
er cannot possibly loe. Look around
Jamaica has had a couple of earth- you, if yoo are an old resident of this
quake shocks recently. That Is rather city. Yoo know about what certain
discouraging, as tley haven't got pieces of property sold for ten or fif.
mch else. .. teen year ago. What are they worth
The beu women not alwy today? We do not need to answer. In
S the bet. Thome that have no beauty the history of the past you have many
may be the best and look the best on models, and all before you is so al.
a ont o their g ne most absolute certainty that real es.
count of their good nes. ate values wil eoatinue to rie. with
e wa_ .. n ui the Increase of population and the nat-
Th war between Japan and Rusi oral demands for residential and busi-
has at last been "officially" ended, by ness locations. Which do you prefer,
the signature of both emperors to the fort of your own home or a
poese treaty. The event took place pak of ent re p and live o
S arday prkeoflentreeeipt., and live in
-rt- the other fellow's house? Why longer
Some people are of the opinion that ay tribe to Cae Why not be
r. Bryan is placing too much confi Independent?
dence in the I'r.ident, to go away and TAT T
leave him in full charge of the Oov. STATE MILITIA.
S emnent. T-The Btate encampment of the 8ec-
The United as le l n end Regiment of Florida troops,
S$I tbe use of tobaeeo. Is this beatous hle bwas held at Orlando list week,
he use of has been the oreasion )f much favor-
American nerves need more sedatives able comment regarding th excellent
r b an others, or are the uerves the re.; able omnent rgrding tSe excellent
th o or a re the no e r nduct of our soldier boys. Governor
L -. of toboo? .. Broward was detained from visiting
.t.. he amp on amount of pressing eon.
The Glants of New York of the Na. games, b h follow etrct
tiomal Baseball league have won the
Irom his letter to the men in camp Is
world's championship from the Phila. very complimentary :
delphis Amerlians, having taken four A the time for the close of the en
,-, of the fve games.
St f a mpment of the Seoond Regiment of
SInfantry, F. 8. T., draws near, the
They have tied so Iumch sulphur at commander.io.ohief feels that it is but
Pensaeola during the yellow fever epi. proper to express his appreciation of
demil that many of the people of that the reports he has received of the
eity have not near the fear of a here stay ad marked improvement made
sted sertheyud mdted Impro emet mde
after they used to hold. by the regiment in the duties pre-
scribed, ad further to announce that
Mayor h MClell an t wl no thdbt nun. the conduct of the enlisted men of the
ed him f as the head of muni command, as reported ko him, has been
S pality of New York City The other suh as to merit the oommsndation not
; "men wh. have been asked to make the only of the adjutant.general of the
run on the Republican tktket are all State but olseer of the United States
, too bauy. Arlny on duty at the ennempment, a
w.ll as of the represeattlve eisisela
S We want Ithe. ntlle e)f very business o the community in which the on-
and professional man n Alachua coun. eampm-t h e held, n thi re.
ty is the Indoustrll edition of Th. e
un. Wh the repentatispect the Second Regiment has set an
example which may well be followed
on you let him kniw whether you are at other enelapments of the $tate
Sfor publicity or not troop, and it is ewerwially gratifying
That within the hort space of time al.
Henry Ir.ing, the ni,,i.d Ei.glish lowed for the annual exerciale and
actor alho died in lnl.h., c,, I Friday praec tesof I ih troops in their mill.i
evening, October 13th was a.. o bpular tary duties, the Se~ond Regiment ha
In this country as it ll hloni lie achieved a suee. which only sealou
S was a great frietd to charity sed the and eonentiou rearnl for the o>li.
oafortunate uf the profeslol ., .... ... l.. i .... '


The insurance peolte of \>, York
are hard workers, but th, u- txiy-
S holders would rather theIy r.it romii.
than do their heaviest ff'rtioon .ei
It is by hard work that they anve be,.n
able to help the g n p to oihwr'l

S The thoutsads tof people'' a h hiat.
S slited the West the past allnlncier
ha e l earned that w have as thl.r
Iea0ery ia Colonrado an at Ythiiotait,,.'
PaIIk there o ris urope itut I
Ss mo~re to go there lhan to : IroptI
as toheewds will go aero"* the waler
lemte- of spending their nmounc at


The people of the Northwiet wIll
i on bt Imoltai to Florida to locate
wheo we get atew of them bhre to
learm what the ppouaitieme am for
omameeknre. Wth e thhlw psisfs for
In FlorW*, % or* 14 sa 4904o
fto t(he "as wo h* a know.
Ia nri ad a a1it0oa te
k-rkaoal go.


s*iiirio w III w sou securw.

CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

The eity 0f (ainesville is fast be-
c 'ingll one of the leadi ng itllrior
*ies of the Stat*. aud backed as it is i
I,) a farming ewp muma ty that t able
ti siilI||)rt it, th erle doubting the I
ap,,rtion that in a few years we will be i
rarly doubled la population to that
of il r itreoetIt time W.th our w.
rarg,' Y-tem in eompletel working or-
der we cani then complete the in- I
i'h \i'eir t i n thbe* treet. and with
oIr streets onie ael I paved. the high.
Way Iund *Ill ao be wdeh an item lor
t:'r I years 1o come
i'e new charter Iat some ehaitigre
in rrgand .o, luiliag sidewalks. and I


the work as Ihreir neat eXpeli uderjr
the sute rc i !n f the street *eaie. i
stkear aid they should be well me. It
Well constructed aomeat lidewalst I
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If a boy is to succeed in life's battle
for bread and position among those at
the top he most be alive, says an ex.
change. If he i a cigarette fiend he
will never be anything or anybody but
a common drudge. Success tells what
a young man most do to win: "No
young man can hope to advance rap.
idly who lacks an enterprising pro-
gremlve spirit. Indeed, enterprise is a
requisite to employment. No one
wants to employ a youth who lacks
push. He must be alive to and in
touch with the spirit of the hour, or
he is not wanted anywhere. The en.
terprising employer wants every em-
ploye to share his spirit. The enter-
prising man feels all the more keenly
the need of assistance from those who
can make op for his failing. Force,
posh, dynamic qualities are every.
where in eager demand, while the
dawdling, Incompetent, neprlressive
wait in vain for a start or for promo-
tion."


A SAVINUS BANK.

The stoking has done duty as a
savings bauk probably ever since wo.
men begns to wear hosiery, say The
Savanuh News, but it doubtful if
the eaeh-earrying capacity of a stoek-
I.g wase ver one of the main points in
a lawsuit antil that very point was
made in a Pittsburg, Pa., court a day
or two ago. The controversy was over
a piece of property, for whibh one of
the parties, a woman, aid hbe paid in
cash, $1,747. "In what form was that
money?" she was asked. "One tboo-
sand of it wu in bills, and $747 was in
gold and silver coins." "From what
place did you take the money?" "Out
of my stoekiag, where I kept it." ."Do
you mean to tell this root that yoo
carried $1,747 in bills and metal
mosey la yeor stoeknlog" "Yes,
air." The lawyer Submitted to the
court that he was not qualified as an
expert on the point of the capacity of
tocekiqgp, bo4 that he might later re-
questhat a few experts be called
upon to say what they knew of ech
thing.

HOW BOYS SUCCEED.


It is reported that the delay n in i-
stalling the meter system of charge
for water is ocelsioned by a dilerence
among members of the couenil as to
the minimum rate. one side standing
frm for a rate of $8, while the other
contends for $12. The latter rate
would be unjust to the small eon-
sumer, for he would be enmpellej to
to pay much more for the water con- *
sumed than would his neighbor who
consumed three times as much but
did not eoreed the minimum rate. The
small property owners are the ones
who really pay the taxes of a com-
munity, and they should not be com-
pelled to pay more than their propor.
tion for water. Furthermore, the
principle of municipal ownerhip of
public utilities is to furdish sueh ne-
eeslties to the public at the lowest
possible rate, and not, as some seem
to advocate, a soure* of immenoe
profit to the municipallty. (five the
poor man a chance.
7-- -----
Rev. Sam '. Jones may be a triple
plain in his remarks, yet he is doing M raw Nurnaa MODs coyAT.
some good work in a number of (eor- ad t goN without saying that she
gla towns in fighting the "blind tig- wUl combine this soft tint with the
ers." He does not hesitate to denounce prple pansy shadee so mucb in vogue
them in the plainest of English. and thil season.
his work for the temperance aose is Io far but few roats have been seen.
accompllhing a great deal for the peo but one ever knows wbat pranks
pe. In (srtersville, Marietta and American weather may play. and the
Dalton he has orranised elube to fight bsop windows are hbug with excellent
the ligen, and th Iy are beoomlas very examples of both artistic and severely
docile. With half a dos*e men like plain parents. Themr ar the m soal
Sam Jon in Sout theanumber of devotee ot the chic abort
Bam Jonese in the South,. the tilers eler: but. gnerlly speaklnL in
would have to leave. ste-qbuarter engt and a tr klaSl
.. the bandomeet coats are brought ot.
Prices on naval store s em to be go- f a practial coat Semtlttlng *Id-
ing higher nd higher, sad reeia that el are desirable. m martest of
has been sold at a moderate price. sow the are made collarless, with ilk
leaps to thehardsome prieof $4 lOper broa, velvet or mhre6dered bieds ap.
barrel Ifitt k1 ps on hearing upward pled tI emp r style.
it will soon be as valuable as chunks In O* ee of her new play. "M'ih
it ld. 0 b s b n rDoly [otllan." mow ruaanin at the
of old. The bu.ine I boooming in Kntcerb meer.the popular Leulas her
this etion and the ae who arem ea appears tn a partkrarty stmaning rain
gaged is this iedciesy ill soo e "at the adalVatUe of every woman
rloue with Ihe feilowa whe1ar obuiie td the audedlerc It is a severely talkor-
to a*** It Inurm toeote the i ratingl a ed eWeette cot m lttttan aI.l
] plaited l baeet ad fr Lt Actom the
Governor vIluarsl ea app9eted J. ck s a bettem d strnap and about
rmnt Wolfe of iehs tp he h hs the collar and cues there It a bteeing
riat* seet vhl. elo te piee of tou" t of us veet. T e s nothing
pi A arewna. *e^Mled ahof- s 1triLt esnal about P makeup.
M A B n e v I but t e pfet and t ad t aNd the sb
f f Ultal eoesty. Mrh. I the ete style it earris with make
eatleman who the State IKrSitive evey womaa wh* o t pft e a
C~Oakmsttee ma aiaiew Baleway lest i ter a reate rat.
year As a retalt of the e, be went Feer stret wear em eat te vary w
so fr ap allt River that he AkM am i at this tho t laemam pierte
Cot boek -Osla Star Tl I wra tr emeAnoa wmtal ar
-:- : attrtarlve IN apperarnt a as o tly
0sarlq am and el mt lb pertti
The eoel brne a ue -w s lobg iag @d ad ON taI --
4 talk ablti peoop getalad the ma ae t o faeheMa o a I
soeg will m mena_ I at p E f t be- "ae
Ih" wau na t.o kwoe 1h" e M at ass aw m* af a
"is$ toweam u my I llft am 4L. imp 11"m'.


OUR WEEKLY


1EW YORK LElTER


A Paseing :impfe of the Oeeheme of
Marlborough mart Pelerines the
Vogue In Wrape-Evening Coats in
Pastel Shades-New Fail Shapee In
Masouline Headwear.

By RENE DEVERAUX.
Not for ni,)ne Uiuoul have the street
of New York LI en so crowded as dur-
ing the .Ltd few tit e days of Septem-
ber, tlt' g;orlrns .utu'Jln weather Invit-
ing all to get n 'lh;iphape for the com-
ing seunou. 'Ihe stiumer stay-st-bomes
are agaill wel o::ili:g on the avenue an
occasional g'iluipe of the really smart
set returnigii to town by train and
steamer, aul the euburli uitei are en-
joying the lrut-iiglit theater attrac-
tiona in the evenings anl crowdllug the
private fitting roons of the ihopde dur-
ing the forenoon hours. lie: e mny lady
may be seen in gownl I'ariiaui nn:l
otherwise, which are to be p r;!chaeil.
copied or altered to anit her illividu .1
taste. With hat, gown Hnld ari(' L.ri,*.
ordered at once, she tr'ieh. thiin e ili e-
hind closed doors, obtanlilig a sa:ti.isft-f
tory ensemble before Ieaving.
During the week the IDuiliei of M:arl-
borough, Consuelo Vande, iL I hi' is.
making a short stay in Ah," i, w :as
seen several times In town 'h hI'r
handsome mother, Mrs. 0. II. I'. Hel
moot Her grace Is an intimate frieinl
of Mrs. Clarence Mackay, wife of the
multimillionaire, and together they
make a striking picture. Both svelte
and girlish looking, they may well af-
ford to affect the fluffy, feminine style.
At Sherry's a few evenings ago'the
duchess was gowned In a soft chiffon
cloth frock, the skirt of which was be-
decked with bMlowy ruffles galore.
These tiny ruffles trimmed the bodice
In a fichu effect and also finished the
sleeves above the elbow.
Mrs. Mackay Is most partial to that
aay shade of lavender called mauve.
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The mother of the King of Spain
must be an en-ty of her sex. She
declared that her son mirt get marr.
ried, and that anon. We pity the
woman aho is the unfortunate victim
of this erratic young monarch.

The nan who attend to the busi.
ness of other better than he does his
own often finds that he is not having
much revenue from his own busnaee.
Advice is often so poor that people do
not eare tn take is.

It has been ihc long since some of the
surviving inasrrentiotist of Cuba have
mixed in a row that they are now kick.
ing on the quality if liberty they ar
enjoying

The late Joseph Jefferson. who died
at 'alm Ieach lIa April. left real
estate and p-*ronal property iu the
State of New York valued at 113.5000.

The anion man wants right bhorn or
labor while the horse works twie that
nsmber of boors eah week day ad
goae to chueta oa Sunday.

A pPrmiset physw"a *aye th ao
he healthy you ust emile. Seey
hi a heap remedy and wmM am i-
juor any one.

If the eoat miner hold r dm r
srike aMU sprtic. l th m eo weM a


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bare a mart amlftary M #a$ aL-
small checks with tawmr eveo
velvet they are etramely m bM e
A Paris fashion autborty 0my It'"
you'd be ch!c and Partlal, mwa blMN
and certainly this color In dar, atol
and all the rich, odd tIntse aos n rak
and water is the rage In PuIl tht
winter.
In evening cota ItKht bthM t-
cloth Is a clase rival of MMhe al w te-
gant white, and very Ught l she
tints are again exceedIngly *aS -
ble. In this latter shade a very bea-
tiful coat In s@uT-elgbthb le1s1 we
recently sa.the skrtls o whli ona-
ed In front in an unusual dMign. T h
upper portion of this coat was a fee-
nating combination of the cloth, with
a touch of black velvet and cloth of
gold about the collar and cufs. Fros
the throat on either side was a soft
cream crape scarf exquisitely embroId-
ered in a Persian design. through wha h
gold threads were scattered. This was
worn loosely tied. The embroidered
crape was also puffed into the bottom
of the sleeve.
Swagger clubmen and ether
dressed New Yorkers are grsdpfy
laying aside the old fashioned opera
bat for a soft felt hat lined with soft'
st silk. which can be folded Into a
surprisingly small roll and put Into the
pocket. A low crowned soft hat, around
which il an inch and a half wsde bad,
Is the fashionable bualness hat. The
brims of this season's stiff derbes curl.
rather more flatly than these uat t
season, the crowds being vay much
the same block.
[Our readers may have any question
concerning tfahlons or fabrics anwerd
by Rone Deveraux. the fashion arpt, by
Lddresasin Rone Deveraux. P. o. Dmo m,
Madison Square. New York, laslelag
stamp for reply.]

After working many years attired in
men's clothes to locate and develop
mixing claims, Mr,. Fermina Sarras
has sold her property at Reno, Neb.,
to a syndicate of Bosten men for
$90 000. She had forty claim*. This
lady took in washing for years to get
enough to begii operations.

The fellows who want football toned
down to a pleasant and easy game
want to take all of the sport out of it.
They are afraid some one will get hurt,
yet it is fact that the men who play
football, and who refrain from cigar-
ettes, beer, whiskey. etc., while in the
game, seldom get hurt

As a matter of fact a "cold" is not
a cold, nor is it caused by cold. When
the so-called cold begins to develop it
Is a fever in its incipient stage. Like
Cnrieiimption, it is a house disease. It
can neither attack or exist unless there
in a lack of fresh air in the lungs, and
the skin is abnormal.

The only terrors a peacemaker has to
endure are the poems that are sure to
dog his Rteps afier such an event. No
wotider President Rooservlt desired a
'r;p iouth. l'oet aureatee Wilson of
England will probably have his effu-
sion in Washington on tie president's
return.

The wonderful mansion built by
Senator ('lark of Montana in Fifth
avenue. New York. is nearing comple-
tion. The total cost will be about
$5.StX).). It is not so large as one or
two other in that neighborhood, but
it is by far the Iwst costly of any of
them.


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THE GAINESVILLEaN: OCTOBER 19, 19(5


R BURNED AND HanWt a s Wrecked
IE DAMAve New DL.

EN61NEDAMA6EOD


On the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way at Cedar Key.

FIRE CAUSED BY A SPARK
Old Freight Car Had Taken Wood to
the Key-Engine Had All Its Wood-
work Dostroyed-Another Engine
Sent to Haul Passenger Train.
Quite a fire occurred on the Seaboard
Air Jisne Railway at Cedar Key Tues-
day night. A carload of wood had
be en t to that station for the use of
the agent, and switobed on the siding
by the engine that draws train No. 56.
and after the wood had been unloaded
the engine was run along side the ear
and left.
Later in the evening the old box ear
caught fire and was totally destroyed,
and all the woodwork of the engine
eab burned off.
As the old ear was only used for
haoling woodd and uh other work, it
was not of much account. The news
was reported to Waldo and another
engine was sent to Cedar Key to haul
the passenger train that passes through
this eity for Jacksonville at 7:45 in the
morning.
Thedisabled engine passed through
Gaineeville to Waldo on her own steam
yesterdayy afternoon, the engineer and
lreman pitting up un the wreck enjoy.
tag tbe sun's rays.
THE YELLOW FEVER.
Desperate Effort at Pensacola-New
Orleans is More Hopeful.
Penesaala, October 18--Three new
eases were reported to rtoon and two
deaths. Yesterday there were 18 new
eases reported and five deaths up to 6
p. m. There are 170 oases under treat-
ment.
The two doctors who failed to report
eases were fined $26 each and costs.
An appeal was taken.
At New Orleans.
New Orleans. October, IH.-The re-
cord made here yesterday was remark-
able. For the entire day only even
eases were reported, and all of those
were before 2 o'clock. There was only
one death for the twenty-four hours
ending at 6 o'clock last night.
Today may also prove that the yel.
low fever is being rap4lly stamped out,
as four new east and no deaths were
Imported up to nron. The total num-
ber of cases reach 3.839. and the total
number of deaths 486. No new cases
were reported from the country par-
shes tuday.


Important Meeting.
The ministers of toe eity are


plan.


slag for a meeting of citizens at the
sour bhoue next Tuesday evening to
take some action in regard to people
who eone to the city and go from store
to store and hose to house, asking for
-lnee,, claiming to be needy and
teflig other bard-luck stories.
The meeting will be called to per.
feSt Ime sort of charity work, so that
there will be someone in charge of the
master and oer people will a n be lm.
posed o by tl- who are not deserve.
lg. Frequctl.tbete are eases that
eed investigation. as the parties who
ask alms are abatdantly able to work.
The cirenit court for Somter county
mewnsed at uomterville Ilat Monday,
Jedge W. Blloek presiding.
r I


eM L TNW.
Assemn iysmeu Te's biter souUA
be retd by every bra worker Iedlar
a strensos Wia
Hon. John Tighe, No. 9 Remnen St.,
Cohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly
from the Fourth district, Albanycounty,
N. Y., writes as follows:
Peruna has my hearty endorsement
as a restorative tonlo of superior merit.
At times when I have been completely
broken down from excess of work, so
that my facultiee seemed actually at a
standstill, Perunahassacted as a healing
restorer, starting the machinery of mind
and body afresh with new life and
energy.
I recommend it to a man tired In
mind and body as a tonic superior to
anything I know of and well worthy
serious consideration.--J. Tighe.
Exees of work so common in our
country causes impaired nerves, leading
to catarrh and catarrhal nervourners--
a disease that is responsible for half of
all nervous troubles.
Peruna cares this trouble because it
cures catarrh wherever located.
If you do not derive prompt and Patis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your cam, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad*
vice Lratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, Preirdent of
The Hartman Bantarlum, 0olumbus, 0.

MILLINERY OPENING
At G. W. Hyde's Mammoth Establish-
ment on Wedneaday.
The ladies of the city and some from
other cities were in attendance at the
opening of fallmillinery at Hyde's ont
Wedicsday morning, and by 10 o'clock
it sounded as though all were uttering
'exlaimati ius of admiration at once
Mis McClamroch and her assistants,
Misses Wilcox and Neville, were busy
wailitg on customers and by noowi tup-
wards of 80 hats had bee'n sold, so it is
readily seen that the flie goods caught
tlie' i)lular fancy
T'ie c-w hats are very rich In eolor,.
and present a piquenty that is most
chMrming. The round hat in green.
with shaded plume, is a popular favor.
ite, while the Alice blue Is still a lead.
e'r in correotne-s of eolor, being the
reigning shade in the ultra fWahionable
circles, with flowers and wings of hirJ
for ornament There were attractive
hate made of crepe de chine.t ith chif-
fon and panne velvet, in pluin color.
with bird of Paradise a;gretfe. that
were adm reld for their rithnes, of col-
or ard modesty in trim. IDraclen rib.
bone are rmurlh Msed. also the delseatl,
tinat of blue ard g-ren Pol' street
hate and other patlersr made op a dis.
play that ws. admired by the large
erowd of visitors pri s.nt during the
day
SUNSTROKES.
Some (eorgia cities re quarantiing
against Florida oreges, but let the
mllet go undisturbed
The shade tren are lookila better
every day as the tritrefs get through
with them I*t the sidewalks come
mHt


L Iall troUble with Oreen and
GaI ( oer sserisl bllI thm a *.t .mmme
n kidap them It is beet not to
'he mreng nesteem
no soloveol kFr~n~nr~f -r pmebore wbo #a4 int
AUTUMN :U : STYLUS ear, 1w" prow"" Im eiamiss the
M )R MEN, wfee if tow do" Me.
Ash In our new Rbo*e esse, x.- peoeve now. W. J. Uarm asess
b"sw- voery desitabelo shape Il from Io Oft be W. M8 0M N
a o fr dwnOl
S6444d. 7edy. duIISW give ihon a bW m-eil m
S th55Syle L but "r Gob- aWinad les lwl do him Po hdi.
h~ )# d .hswymd inae We m~ oed his tines 34r eqbeo
O- Dee e. am=or- "M onae 314
bw Mm. of Neso Weeb ISO ow do~ m db
m a ho4a T" sw
0.~M ofT~ OINu. 0 m
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A CAI


Tom trice, a Pensaeola colrid lad
aged 19, is in jail charged wit push-
ing another colored boy into hle river
at McDavid, when he was drowned It
is stated that he took a dollar from the
other boy.
A test ease of the "Jim CrIow' street
oar law in Pensaoola will Ie, made.
Rev. L. B. Croom, a colored man, was
arrested for getting in the wrong sec-
Lion and refusing to change It will
go to the circuit oourt.
The four Osteen brothers enizaged in
the shooting of the Carter boys at
Moultlie last week, have b, .in bound
over to the St. Johns county criminal
court in the sum of $1,000 eac'h James
Owetn has not been captured.
Louis Mickler of Diego hormewhipped
Perry Green of Moultrie, in front of
the court house at t .Algustine,
Monday, Mickler accusing I'erry of
writing an insulting letter t his wife
a long time ago. They hail not met
before, and after thb thrashing oth
left the scene in topposlte dir-.etions.
No arrest.
At the meeting of the lBrieklayers'
Union in Tampa, Monday night, a row
occurred on account of the liijlrtl.
tion of colored brick masonry. friiri
Jacksonvlle, in which Tirn Meo;incheir
shot Charley Potter in the. head iand
Hoh Ilardaker in the an. Poutt r didit
at 4 o'oloek Toeedey morning. \1'-
Ouokin was arrestwn. lie claim, tle
shot in self-defense.
J. J. lorey, white, civilian employee
at the United 1stci artillery post.
Fort I)e Hoto, lost his life last Mon;dsy
by diving from the top of a pile drnv r,
nearly a hundred feet, into Tampa I:sy
Doraey's body struck the water olth
great fore, and did not reappear unnil
several hours later, when It camera to
the 'urfees and was re covered. I r-
aeL' wile was amoog the wIstorseo. ,f
thr fatal leap
The bond of the 'lorlda Midwinrl r
Fair Aaeoiatlion. as required by s ee-
tion 1, of the et approved May ;31.
19W, grauling an appropriation ,of
S16.(0X) annually, was approved by
Governor Hroward several days ago.
ard tI now on file is th- tiessurer's
ofBle at Tallahassee The bond is for
r',O00, sad snat ee J KafghtW I
llter, W. It Headereon, T. 0. Talia.
ferro ad (Gonl~o Keller a retle*,
tad b ade tb seoei saloa (r the faith-
fol perforfuaee on it port of all the
terml se odslltoes of the et.

EO.SI.HACKER & SON
MAWIACrtVAtrW OF


and Building Material


taI. in 0.


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QUALITY


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Mc)'arland
Ilende raaa

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074 tleo 1414
0,44 to 014")


The Strongest Line of
Vehicles


I


The best
grade of ma
terial used in


the


construc-


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Buggies.



Opf.

Ruabeuts


fre $45

Up.


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PRICE*I


TOP ImIIES


CoImranfrel

J.'well
Comillsetal
Anchor
fiers"
Ituger

W.HR.1'*.
Parry


$740
Siet
$70
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$44,
san


Ever Offered for Sale


in This Section.


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extensive --
assortment is
varied --- any
sty le, finish,
spring, color.



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NEWS FROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

Brief Happeninpl From Various
Sections of State.

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
rranspiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-items of Interest to
All Classes.
Congressman W. B. Lamar aill at-
tend the DeFuniak fair.
Two Pensacola doctors were arrested
on Monday for not report ing fever
oases inside of legal limits.
Eustis is growing rapidly aHnd there
is a constant demand for rood me-
chanine. None other need apply.
S. C. Taylor has been arrested in
Jacksoiville for the killing or Julia
Ward, colored, at her home in Oak land
suburb. last Tuesday.
J. Emmet Wolfe of Per ,eola har
been appointed private secretary toi
the Governor. Mr. Wolfe hals In in
politics for many years and is well
known over the State.
Judge Call of the Fourth asnd Judge
Wills of the Eighth circuits. have ex-
changed "pulpits" for the present
terms of the circuit sconur t tStarke
and Green Cove Sptinge.


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Gainesville Furniture Comp'y,

GAINESVILLE. FLA.
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Ow" i ia iku dt glory in the
Kbdckycity.

LOVWG OCU GIVEn DR. STROUSE

Panms a CWcitizens *urieein Pavhig


Hie rbute-A Word Spoken for
ls edwMsb-Rev Dr. Stroue Prorm-
Ias Pine Meetang.
Tib O husa aw u at Bowling Green.
Ki. was elsed ou the oevemg of O-
ober 10tb, in a blae of glory. sys
The DAily Kews of tJha eity. Is
speaking of tbe event &bat paper aee:
"The **rpri* of twhe iaag ew r
Just after Dr. 6troue aree m ke
tbh s*wooaosements. Befwo be ad
started Mr. Moran HBgheso stopped
ou the pla4orm sad eked to say a few
words. He hld a be tiful luovil
cup nl bis had, whieb bore the fol-
lowilg laserltun: 'Presoted to Dr.
Olararm B. tLfoe by Uit pastom sod
eldeas of Bowlin OGreeo, K ., s a
lokes of their Uih ste*em sd appre-
elusio, Oeitbser lJg Mr. Hughes
la few well-shown wrds asurod
Dr. itoeke* that the people of our eity
appreeiated beyood express, u be
grol blessing he bhd brought them-
tbat bh unlflbs interest bad tooebed
their hearts, &ad thebs loBi ep whbieh
be presented was only a token of their
love. He eownratoleted himo o the
fret oss seu of the Cbaotsoqua sod
Bible Coa erene anod promised bhi
uOaimsou support ino th fouure.
"Tb'hgreat applause that followed
was the moeM bheanry ver beard under
ise lret and showed that he spoke the
netimaote of all the pgople. Dr.
Obelll arore and preened a btwsatlial
bogqoe from Ithes I4ts of Potter ol.-
leg1 Dr. Stroose's reply wa mess
t aobing. He epres4ld his appre'lis
tion mot beoutifil'y aod all could
feel batt it emre from hMe heart. He
assounsd amid applause that the
Obselaeq,' mm* out H4 above ,x-
pIas *and that the m *niag*ent
would doaL e that as a *ornerstoo
fur a blsetiful bshutLoque aodito.
rimw. He added that be *irhed to
make bl f ret eubsrlploa of $100 to.
wa4 b* building. He appointed
HakL, eJ. Whit, Pottr, Me.



Neuralgia
And Other

Pain.
All pain in any diea~ e is
nerve I-.md, the result of a tur-
Iullent coln,'ition of tlhe tnrv.-s.
Tl'hei abl'ng, lacerating,
dartinig, Iurmiiug, ago)nizing
pain tliat ccll's fr ,in tlir ,roll-
inent nicrvc lranioluch, ior erin-
)orvy n rvC', is t i'ural,,i., amd
is lie "bi Ibrothcr" of ali lth
othtr pliii,.
Dr. Miles' Anti-l'aiu I'ills
rarrly ctvcr fail to relieve llhre
I'aii* lby i*)tliing thire. larger
vier r., al restoring their
t tra1 i ii .
lr. Mib ,' Anti-Pain P'lls
1 i c j tn li,.i( uafter- clfets, and
nrc a I i.ih!' t~rii ly for rvcry
I inil (f ifpa iii. ni h an headache,
1 .1L ,'I li.e, n,1'i : l : i /ir, si at*




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TnIn am4 I 'i. . ii ', N .n I:i.
u4alatr let N,.t \i t .ik i.., Nh


wherever he gie am oppr eily.
wer ope be will be able to boom


sod
she


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RMULATMi Tug
wrfurn.
UTZ14

IMET&


Ile isoventor of the fmoums "TEM-
REYLL SOBAPE.D B mau n mm whIer-
ever plowsare sold m used, says:

-I hbave as"NGZLtY'L WOM
EUAKI for o for 12 Foo n 1s
(am* ~for the otmO.m.overa" sad
mom MWd a 1 tIs abn b" media I
have eera'mad.iIs I* Owaaawe me-
ow for ab Ishow book or ON&d
41wem I be" eeommo" A i
omm't ca mo 0my sorkamio. wb"
ish s04 meow* eto waf. MWd It ha. )-
sa,ra gives WetaatelacIM. M.D.
TESKELL. IU IAtLanta M
Co.. Atimop.

IOZLI'SLUI0I SUML

Courms, SUMEroy, Nals, Men sad
Wiiiaaoi as a esmmite to buid
it. Many ousripuioms are Bired Is-
aouse d. -Dr. Strom. an be of won-
detful beoe& to oar city from without
so sell as within The Bible Cumfor.
enc a&ad Oblsataqua which b etogb.
lised three loo nago as Oaimemvill.,
Fin ,bas fairly bobsed Atht ciy."
Dr. Stwtue Is also booolog oar city


Chaugsqus to be held here this wie-
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CA ORIA

yIr thM-M




Union Hae Seen DiO-lved
tockholm, nSweden. Oct. 17.-Thb
nolon b.tw wn Norway and fSwde. en
tilnlg snce 1814. has bee dissolved
both bous of the riksda baring pass
ed the government bill repellng the
St ialon ao ad reoogopsing Norway
M a Mast, "te, pert from the umoo
with wedea." The lower hou
adopted the bill without debate, but
two or three melbero of the oseate ex.
9resed the opialo that the dislola
tieu was an Irreparble misortune sad
tht the time would cola when Nor
way would perewlve the benelts of the
a es. Both houws s ubeequeatl
pas d the naw lag law.


As OldM eao.
Umrs Parvenue-That pictures the
carner Is by at old master. rs. Swart-
Legh-tudedid! I would nver have
gmed I i ire. MsParvemse-Yeg. The
"a I bought it Itmfrom ge m a writ-
ta guaranteed tht the "ter was
pemt sesty-aye beoreh be did a strobe
ON It.

n4Oli( 10IJBPIJOATIOX.
1.u'4"d 'Mtee at (SOUNOeTINP Mi.
%14.m 32. is. no
Nati'f I erbj tieetha tb the Ofollowifag
Lsiemd etr tlr 044 ldOA a 0e of hb1 jsAmbli
t. 0 maob Vi0ial iauf I to144 Oft1 01 h
that 60 f Sekl Will too lmado before' MUseb
..d IM.Ml.r ot "a~anserlUe. Vi.. toUsoobw
24 04 %hu
J'vbarw L 1 -o to Iell, MIe
lid spotlaw tibo ho ut ot Ne of heeths 34I
Tv I* % it 4.
HP owsr t. OPP lip!urrwIrg wItP to ImOY
W% u.qaj FV6461ebaulna11*"sa evi~ta~twoi~
of1 DOW lend It1A
JamoeaWo-kaO,. A It lWatolbWe A 1. Rb.
aib I. Voloer a)61 oftlieura.
ml w~j WIW~hONRe. 4iser

Not kep. goh-reoly 'orgo tm oft. r this mol
US& twos g',h!4'ed f ae'orila1 tI sW-. I I.
miotmb. IAw lW A mWat orerhetA to UNo I.
41 kassie eawal' 1m*J8 of Ats'boa vemev.
1,14" S aid Wei t MYt y aismi be 6*i'
ad &adl &al lt A 16 1iblharse
W AI-.ToN W. nI LKY.
As *Add esrewfta b mte of Maaist ble6464.

at' iv )I1t V U~~


Up. WIN" ,p'k 5F $" o* *' IsOp
aM iai~.166 .0 %, 0 I atanl Ma l11 It 9l1F
01 firt I* % illi a
isk "r te e IY1OIAY Ad ($ A U 01.
demo. 1% too-Ir. air soldin i ulk.
lUse M cMsl Co., LCo.khatt. Ind Il o'i 4lk. empawsk v w L a m1& eeSPS
________________________ v__ -w b u Asae -asgðet reatim o fiwe avas 0ao
'A 111111 e, a1ofr sW st o da'auos
S aPot t Irser HO&. IIs.Maia 6b.we



ORINO

WMinFrIthSyrupl

Thewem lazative. Does '

ad softoooo oo
IL~
rdrearn

em- i mn croicm


TOM --


3O 3. imS, U.J blinking., N. S. Wright u. D.

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Ilieud Iii. Frateral


Life


hm Sbu


Mai,


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nK of th Ft l DiaiwM [ir Wge] Ik. 6:
mPriMemt-HON W. THOM& Mayor of Osiewrille, Fla.
Vi ,s- ntd-n-DR. T P THOMAS. Havlwor. Merchant.
Ilase y enad Treasuoer-DR. B. P. RICHARDi. Oasier D)tton & Co '.
Bask, (Oalevaill-. Fai
OOL H. F I l' TON. IDotota& Co., Bankers.
DR. J. L. KELLEY. Wapenstnadeat Public Instretion Alachua County
L. J. BURKHI M. Cloiierr.
G. W. HYDE, Dry Goods Merebant.



Benefits to Members:
$1,000 nt Death
[Ia eh full division (or lod*g.) the muen being always on hlId in
your loeal bank, in advaue. lur death claims.
$1,00 i Case of Accident
(Toal disability paid $100 a year fur 10 years. If you die you will alro
aI $1l.I10 in ddstiou to the aseident benefit. (Taus 2.1J00 prowectiju)
PaidUp membership
After 20 aoual payments, no further payments will be required during
life.
10 Orphl Chidren
Will be fully provided f.ir in each full division (or lodg) free of cost
Tbhi is0 addition to money eoing to them at the death of parent
Women Are Accepted
As members ono qual terms with men.


W. G. RICHARDSON,

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,
Agent and Manager for Alachua, Marion, Levy, Brad-
ford, LeFayette and Putnam Counties.



THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
| JTABULsfB.D W


The question
of Title the
flr( e0oosid
e om:: for
the luvesolr.


Keaders reliable service of *eer sort along the line of
Laod Titles in lsh taw of Florida, platiularly
Ala eba county.

SfPCIALTIEs Abstrarts of T s; Taxu Sae narrls;
AgeMs for e-*R.L mt lead Owner; n s of O CmrtUf,
Teow, Etc.


IeferDes : FPirt Natioenal oank of Gainesville. H F.
DetLoO A Co., Bankers.

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S..AIUE8VILLE BOTTUIS W RKS..

rmS Ildao ll, Ian amn ,I I* am Eul Iw r, aQr, IW
GAINWEVIL4E, FILORIDA.
WrIs fwr p Os. Oam a m tU re o we sU hw e i be rwesraL.

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YOUR


MONEY BACK


-If the Goods Don't Suit

THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.


06n VMba
NER.AL
N. C. White.....$1 65


N. C. Better......

N. C. Fine .....


200

2 60


Laurel Vally..... a 00


ImO mivI I.PIIn W II I00


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Notato Is brttvcities thst thef
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Queen City ...... oo
Sunny South..... 2
Olut Edge........
Obdifrhou......... 4 (
Ovholt ......... 40W


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M A STEU'pSAM8
V'ier and s r %I Ir u Of dwe@ 4s soe',
ure of uorLmito uhde S M0658" M U-
sitl 41a 4063of "tl A. U. "a 6 1 Hv!
cwgbl*J I' IllI Judge Of It 21111 Chmr
for the 1htbb Jodi 'i -Ia' CW f .1Vif
mud for Aimebljaia 'UOt1. uhe111 J.93.RM
LDnald. A. W. M 'nsmid a"d L I. L 1a5
Itnr s I'tradinf uudefrb Lbe m801102"st
gth tio Me lA~aid LAjmber ( 0oNrD AM eL.-
i1lajnsafl. and C IF tDrmAD h Isi
Hniro ofanseY IA clslmatit. I have Ie lad ul.
a wli sel IIat v utlloe outen. at t ad
Plfrf-i1. where tbr pronert im daux.
ifota. Lbe Ottoh 4&7 of NuveinW. A 1
ei*tweeri the ledal uurt or' it mae bvtjmw
ind legal .air% daY. Me fQowrLAE ed r
proti-rt towit
I Pop H P 1,4)11ev
I I IIj Adsuib erau.ir.
I ikafe-feed ri t %&,.
isswivng eut-o'fY bass
2 kiand feed rit, is;#*
I iIf d haw.
And oo,1 turnlgtig alCe ad fec"Of rv.,
and drew'ed luinbper. && the w erny of the c.
fendant.4'. V. Isournua. ,v J1 eyd palt
said derre, Teruiscasis
This, &I d" NofOctober. A.I .D.U
C. U. LA1rN
S pee~: all Mkr in Chasee-

S('TICE OF MA'.TEIX ISAIM
t'nder ant i, s'rtje of a deeee vAde a..
res.sisi.t41)) tiie Horwrat le J T. J. Jud, -
of th LIselrt-ui Court tw tet I12 sbC flie Is.
E'irculit of Iirldb in and t iNebse ouart'-
In c hatile tt .g. iA. o ti I he btlVof i :-
her A. I fl1t6 In isi ertaiD emuss --
"id court wherelni Audrew JollyI n P sjj
int and Jitln S. Aiker and Gianr4 S. SM31o
are defeneleritr.% the urAer~ond. C. fArLain
as Sp'eia! sMatter: v r bcirry Is s3 mI eam
will ofe," for sahAe Ind seti to the hfe ate
',est h~llder. for C at li'ubil mserr. or
Munds'v. Nfvetntit( tb. A. 1) I9. lUm aaie
b#'jiii ir eg .atle (!Y.( IlUrif1( rth )e hour So
isaIc. in front is! tie court bouise6twGaInes-
tile. A acltucL oui5 "i'urWDa. Se friOoWineg
Ireet e v. t'JrcCl or ktsCtt. of Jan&D. W~a. l ing
Arid liri In tile iountr O AlbCb "meState
of Viorlll A nrid d--nt"e j5 a% folwurr eWit
'1 be South IL*!l (-I) g l the NoIx*Vef qAar-
ter 44o1 W Seetioa Sixteen (OW. Tuaehvt
Nina' "", *(l 1(f ItOe 7'srliro (22)
Mast t. t igith#!r di all ib h- teniemm .bere
ditaTLei.P' ir d a:';'urter.rlces to th e b-
k'ra~,.g o .i. isse a 1s l'nrahintin.
C L AYYOW.
Steabi~ Metr.
NOTICE (I 'F'APLICATION FMO TAX
i*:EI uiiE1, t,m:II'TJON I- or CHAFFE
WN "L.AW,% OVF L.FDAUA.
Not lee 1% herebit l w %en that IHell, 041a &
Cu.. A eiTlrlr atilin c iiruvy..iie of W. Z L N
G;. M a~lc and Pe trr3 %I. 04m.M perebtpime
Tax Ccrtlrivale No Si dated the IbI dw of
July A L, IAri. haic eIr~dl%&sideaUllea In
mr ir~(,e and hate ti'ije atiphicatim lfot"
deed to iui' Ir, accordance itLb lw. SaM
certilti.ite Ciwri mr % the foullowing 4earribd
ipro.pet% As'itilatd In lA!.i-him coq CnOLty. Flue
towit
s of Ne'iSec 0 Ti ,W. SKR15 L-0
mer %
Tirle ..iid i tridb being :ie'ed at the dage of
the L%%ui,.te of ach certZiicatt in the rame al
14 11 Snth
U11 ea a-aid Certificate sh 4l II brpedee i OW
COCrdPrf.( to 8wA tax eced iWil!. L%.ue there s
tIe rud dill of thelaber. A. I) Isiti
W ~ilO 't, 111t (ofilcial xi~iature and seal thh
the i h dmd )tit sI'treuiib A D I9b
I. H WIMNUM3S
p1-(1'rl Ci'rcuit Court A.achia Co. .In

NoTI(E 110F APPLICATION., RM TAX
DE:EDi UNDERl SECTI 0- OF CHAPTER
00. LAW, %, tWFLARIDA.
Notice Is lisreby giWen that J. R PU. JL
P'ure haer of ?-7 of Tax Certw -ate No. SCdab
ed theu3d dmv ofJuly. A. D. Iiiu. bavia LIeg
certt'ate, in nm) omece. a hd ba made apgW
tWin for tax d" d so i'Aue in arciaqtle Wth
law; S VaW ocrtifnrke ebracwst lb. fol ving
deserlbed wotterty Psituted in Aiasbus coma-
t. Flosud. ,toit
SY of Se SeeS il. Or I sS Range I I-.
ul %aid land rI-ein amweemed at the dato 0o
I tsu* '"unc~e of much certitliate li the name el
'J ii Standevr.
II 'vru said rertliac-ae %all ie redeMe4 ,d &
eritlrint to law. t, ax deedaid i'a.ue tbereteM
the 2. :ird daiil(of 4 betsobe,. A. 0),15*l
Itihq" U11 0B ofca. .gtature &ad seal tbb
tbe I :-h dA I OfilotenAl-ez A. V15
!-H WliNurs..
i'd :tr~i, I- t Court AlwijaHaL1 Cg.. &I'I

IN(Ti 'T t+ A PP'.ICATIWN F"I TAX
I'U.l. 11h1 t s-NI i\ F 0'F'HAPT=
4-. LAW'. iPF ki.411C1DA
Notice In vIrtt gh, e11n that A It. C111t1 ,
IurrheaoerII l ax CeCtJtcate % No. Am
dated the t'Id d%. t Ju ., A D LK9Mb"
Dled alid eertitioate in tii Oce. Owde.a
wtade aLI.04ca11,it "!or tax dica to I So sm -
etwtdlahe VIIth La* w SW eartleate e
the (Woowing de..crl-cw'q .Iuj erly I tueum
AIsebux cilunt). Ikriia t,,wit
ive acrfe' in L-t M. LLeItner TTrc 0fAM
(;ranL
The said a(it1 t0e:11. j, -.PA' At the di a o
the knaabe of such cu l(ertictate Ii VAG
of .tis kr fl 1
t'nsem ua)4 eertlflent rharlj he ras
d~l~r m1 of tri 't4 ulb her.PL
the l".b da, ail -Eriiem5ler. 4. 3 I at.
ld t'~Ekiiir'lrU;t C~n ~hr I.I

N''TLtp~ haMH ICIILIC'ATION.
landl Offce a oe(ineusrflj. VIa.
'%OI'tcl.br hI IONt.
Nit~lis k~ tieeb! gr,rn that lb. tra~sw-
bcliucd w~.E'tr h~i fi.rJ fulict.' 0 bh IawmI-sa
to wake fnarl I'ru.'f I axao' crrof I
ealal. and that sad ;4uot wi': h mpral5e
gal. cr via~ rl. L
.h.34p I. KIn,, (! tiki Town. Via.
ald UrJI 'ior '!rhe. j~ ,If SwI~ h. 5. WI
Of Nw',rc~; AR N's~~~hC f f'' ie*p 315. 5
lie uaame l.r hicuinglr mlmne's I

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re e-"'AT i. -sA. : ocTOBER 1,

THEO OAE)SVIM ON:- OCTOBER 19 1905


WS FROM ALL BAD ACCIDT TO
NOBLE STROOHAR FIN
PARTS OF FLORIDA fers NO STROBHAR FI

hiff Happenings From Varions Right Foot Crpshed by Cars Near
Sections of St.ate. DoctorK frst prescribed High Spri*.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral over A
60 years o The? use it
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS tday r San eer. They WAS FLAGMAN ON THE TRAIN
Transpiri in "The Land of Flowers." C h e rry Fell Under the Car When Train Was in
Things "Boied Down" to Suit the Motion-Foot Was Amputated Above
B ti Reader-Items of Interest to P e c to ra l the Ankle Joint-Taken to Hospital
AM OClases. at waycross, Georgia. I1
rely upon It for colds, coughs, c
Serseadina is to bhae a W.000 s bronchi tla, s M tion. One of those onfortoMate accidents
They will tell yu bhow It that are liable to oelr sy day on the
s. Petersburg has a hardware com. heals Inflamed 11gsW. railroad happened to oble .\ t rob I
pay episallsed ast 00 -, e har of Gainerille, well knowa" as
a orgie Aos o B "Nobie," and liked by all who know
The oraes grove aroud Boena loaop W, "S1
Vista are attracting moeh atent ion a-s. "a-as aZ v" S ilto oe i. r hiLt.
S.I .C.avC Mn.. He was flagman on the train from
Mayo is so have a rural free de. for High Sprin=g on the Atlanc Coas. 0
Ivery mail roete established to the f High Springs on e Aaic Coast
Blroy sl rooe esta ed to te Line. and when two miles thi. side of -
bdobtat. d Cohs B that place, at about 6 m Tiesday
Abrabam Cobb, a demented Baldbin a. morning an aoident happfieti to the .
e gro, has been locked opin the Duval One A t aur train, delaying it for a short inw. W "i Nf.
oesty al Psd will be sen to Oatt.- I t setIo_ mOmnRG. After everything had been adjostel
Sboohee a ylom he rain started. When in motion
At the shooting match held by the ANOTHER FOX HUNT. young Stiolhar attempted to get on
a8tte troops at Orlando lass BaSurday, board. and in some manner his foot
bth Leebarg team won first and Mi- A Fine Animal Oaptured After an Ex. slipped, throwing him down in suah a
istl eeond prise. citing Chase. manner as to eateh his right foot unn- o
SThe Ar.o Hotel at Tampa has been Those who enjoyed the merry chase der the wheels. and It Was badly A
purchased by The Tribune Publishing of the fox hunt were up early ester- rushed. o
Company, aod will be converted into a day morning before the peep of day He was attended by the pIhyYician as Pride at $.90 deliver
poblihlog bouse. asway to the wood., where Sheriff Fen- quickly as p ssible and Iis foot ampu. tion ans you should t
Snell and his Wev ateen fox-hoonds fur. tated at the ankle Just above the joint shped In lin r x
Daring last week upwards of 200 ghipjed 'in plainan Ax ix
ron p er through Miami, oin 1 nished amosement for a hunting party and was son. to the hospital at Way-. oice Fifty cenes
men passed throoh Miami. going oniajinng of the Misses Dempsey. crose, Ga. *
Maotsh to work on the extension of the terose, 4s.
th o ri or on the eR ion of Kh Myrtle Fennell, Dr. Lasiter, Col. The accident will be a severe one to ULIA
rd EsMt Co R o Key Thrasher, M. F. MeOook, O. F. Good- the young man, and his many rrlemds 16 Juliin lutl
Sw man and Lee Oolson. in this city express regret it his sad J "i
A woman who gave her name as Mrs. They went to the old hooting misfortune. He is about ., years of
SPt Carroll, aecompsoied by a two. grounds west of the eity, and soon had age.
year-old boy. was taken in hearge at the game up a tree. The lox was giv- Mothw
Tampe Monday. She is thought to be en a chinoe for his life, and when the ...
a morphine imbecile. bounds started in pursuit there was oVho would keep their children in
James L. Gaffery was drowned in the much excitement, until he was run In. h
river near Ellarille Saturday nigh. to a gopher ho'e. On the ,eco,.d run symptom of worms, ond rcrnicve them
with White's Cream Vermifnae. It F
He fell out of a boat while fishing and he wau chaed to a tree and capstred. with White's Cream V'i It Is
o ooe was near to help him. Gffery All were highly pleued with the the children's best tonie. It goesdi-
f ,tion at work so shit their food does
wse a locomotive engineer, sport and nothing happened to mar them good, and they grow up healthy
The six-year-old son of Lee Pricst of the event, the party returning at about and strong. Sold by W. MI Johnson.
Anthony wae standing in front of the 9 a m
firplace to get warm, Thursday morn. Cures Winter Cough. Death of Miss Wilcox.
lag, when his clothing caught fire, J. E. oGvor, 11 North Main street, From Wedneday's Dally S ,.
Ind he was burned so badly t., died Ottaw. Kan., writes: "Every fall It The death of Mis Frason \V. Wil.
Ieat day. has been my wife's trouble to eateh a co, a maiden lady, oeeurred at her
An Injunction ease at Tamps, which severe cold, and therefore to cough all boardl g place, "the Drml try. at 2:)
was dropped some time ago. has been winter long. Last fall I got her a bot- a. m. Tuesday, after a long illoni' .
revived, as there was nothing new in tie of Horehound Syrup. She used It Miss Wilcox oame here frim .Nw
might. This was to restrain the Ooast and hat been able to eleep soundly all York City in Marh las, twing a saif
Line frcm losing the street for a yard night lonr. Whenever the oough trou- ferer from dialb~te, which later devel-
t. o switch cars. bless her, two or three doses stop the oped into BrighL's disease, reslting in
Rollins Collere has the largest en- cough, and she is able to be up and her death.
rollment in its history and is now on well." 25c, 60e and $1. Sold by W. X. During her residence iu this eity she
Its twenty.first year. Profs (. F. Oal. Johnson. has been oonflned to the hose most of
the time. ho erl w member ,f the
pbant and J. H. Brinson, late of the Cotton Growers, Attention. th time. e was a memtbr f the
Ephoopsi church, but has sIvr tw,,n
East Florida Seminary, are new mem- There will bh a mus me ei inl of the able to attend service,. .he has a sis-
bers of phe faeity. long cotton growers of Florida and er re iding i N .ew r. r, Orcala H
0. Raymond Perry of Marion, S C. (ieorgia held at Alachua. Alsehus Stillwll. and a brother to Oalifomrns.
has been arrested at Tamps on a county, Florida, on Thursday. Novem. who have been nltilied uf her death. 0 <
shargeof embesslement. He has re- ber 2nd, 1906. for the porpoise of or- The funeral will be conducted thsr cal
aded in, Tampa for two year under ganising a "Long Cotton Growers' afternoon Ia 8 o'clock fr'm the Epi..
the rame of R. W. Molntyre, and has As.oeaition sopl churh. and the interment wall
be made at Evergreen cemetery
been a respected citisze. All parties Intereted are urgently
E. C. Ward, lagman at the 8. A L. requested to hold meetiel and eleet Curee Chills and Fever. l
Railway erossinin Ocala, had a foot delegate to send to the meeting. .. W. WL, Naeogdeee., T~es,, io
erehi(d so badly on Friday that am. Prominent speakers will addrea the syl his daughter had chills and fewer US v I
p|tatiso at the ankle was necerary people on that day. for three years; he ouldl mot find any.-
HBe w elearilgl the rack of rubbish, There will be a Irand barbteoe g th would el he ll he d At th prlcl, lt
rwhe a freight ear streak him. eoncloaion. 411 are rordially invited Her tba. His wife will no keep house m 1e
The gr-and Jury t rtow ha s reC. attend without it. and cannot esa too much h1s mine o l
T T grand jury a Bartow h (E 3. CUoLUts, Oh'm. Comr. for Is. 0e. Hold by W. '. Johaeoa m.n, bst a fe arld s
med a true bill for murder in the N.ors -All papn publbted Io long Waih every $10
wes1 degree agiast Jamiaeon IBnB. eotto0 seetilns rleale copy. bond. ie.urin the ins
dera, the .Fgro preaeer iupliested lo -- T F THOI AS Tihe gold bond
th. murder of Owen Thomra. HI. A Card We w would ike
wifes also o uspected of complicity. This is to eertify that all drugists rs Bt.el.e Investes.u,
posge Brd futatre of n
o s Key Weters are a ooh alre othorie d to refod yfoLr IoRI* bL r the elllel invees
peepetioo. Alfred Atolson waiwiork. If Foley's Holoey ad Tar fa ill to erie U |ell r. e11 l er for th
* og es the highway. when a compatioe yor euoah or sold. It sope theo
esreek him is the heed with a plik. sough, hle the lnags and pmr.e" -I
.biek did a frctre Le h Ikll. It serious results freo old. Cures. I FULL LINE OF R F
SN oI leet, udl so tat thos gripPe eah ad premvtent pe
'..- b -o s le ...... . nI sad "=,. ta.e. NEW GOODS stekors, s
oM tm e peels. a i I. a to.
lobesendo*'t pot mee vllm is their t feo siss.. .---ed a
bM.o*wie rorkte fo tir the esy. Aoin. Agweu sr... within 2oo faet
esai s e d*om ofa. Aws4 Amse,, v.~. Monuments, Ttmt a tonw 4o per omlt in 01
.d ater sad Per O. ,alght es. o. c. 1. -W h hr sM and Iron Fence ..nd ita dividelnd


Mang feis She Tampa Weser Gem. i5-TCma 'Deo.aboIw
*d hw the ftwm at &meo 6604 ____
1, iS he &&a"*ge suit fW $a'000'r. Ishla Walkwr ws aw
basluedb by obeorS Kep, so roe".b the n ,w g'mmw m to A uile b
w oma fme the aleed bombad awb@*fs
th M3 tOpoeidesu~ls' ADSTRACT
-,.,vow to askht t Ire as upper Fmak- ft no LWmof wbmefro. om
ar~, some weekm a". when med- W" by kA9w Gainesil le. A SkwACT
-sbma" .gsuuye The -* k" Wellsmd L..9w~ *--
to the tate aPF~mOr C*Otmer & 4d tMw sh MI" w E. E
A ssm eliamsi to hoU from PhIS- M. AMOVOW W" bb hpoamf
Iwbet fade to puorwe srsOw to hme. 3. @or04
--kb duety asn me aftmMaw bw is w
Oj b etEf Oibeme apes a S #We 96I
iL "aoe health .usrrr npl*ldip b ag o 3
066 g V rel by Mr. IFreA d' ey AMU b. Ms. E
IC hesrbe dld 80 Ow M 60~ l IWib ON vms. Oumf a 130
m3k1dI Sshlg Mw sae, 3m, Wed ft In-ord.a
we"to t km-w s o b yf dli- INn th

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There's no Iln trying to
foi.st adllterated whiskies,
brandie.s or wintm on the
i public. It'll d(l for awhile
-a very short while. We
have no inclination to at.
to tOmpitit even on We
take pride in the purity l
our stock, and our prioes-
measur, for melaure, qual.
ity for (iuality-willl on.
vincO you of the advantage
r of buying here.

house Wine Rooms,


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- Florida.


the Emma Gold Mine
day is the best and latest iInveto,,wit t H.slibl)e to
oned and ore on the durmp la It not an reperi.
o)und lamvestmet.
0 lnvostd in stock we *ill isrl,- :; p'r r ent gulhl
*stor from any poslile h10 ln6i of lije
are safe *a (lovarnm ent miudi
to hear from you if y.iiu oll bf iu tlereetl li a
Ibeslufly salfe. and oi, with h. brightesl prie.
y gold minver o prnl or iop o ldi.sorvd It will
gtin llft a o Ie would lilkr o Is I interested d.
i more asking

E & COFFMAN,
t. Clel hBildia, Marietta, Ohio.
%stal for full Information. Mino4
,of th) Emma hafve paid il high wa
ne' year. Watch the Emma M3ino
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THE GAINISTVIiLU SUN: OCT0flBR 19. iW5T


Rev. J. H. Thompsoa of LaCrsse, D. O. Norfleet and wife of Newberry
who oeapled the pulpit of the Baptlst were in the city yesterday on a shop-
church in th ocity oon Sunday left for ping tour. Mr. N ,lfl-t is connected
Alaehou yesterday afternoon to attend with the Albion Phosphate Company.
the Santa Fe River Baptist Assola- p. M. Colson rd wife were called to
loe,' wbich boldai three-days'tn ion. Hampton on Saturday by the death of
Hon. R. B. Weeks of 'Hawthorn a- Mrs. J. H. Holbrook, sister of Mrs.
companies him from thi, elsy, the lat- Coloon. Her many friends erprrss
i tar being moderator of the association. sympathy.
I Notice is given in The High Fprings LABOR Contracts, Jost the thing for
SHornet that application has been farmer and turpentine men. 50- pr
made for tax deed to iMue to the fol' dozen, $2 for 5). or $3 per 100. Cih
lowing described property situated in in haid with order. Address, THE
Alachoa county, Florida, to *it: North SUN, Gainesville, Fla.
half See. 18, Tp. 10. R. 14. 80 sres,lking f
Ia you are looking fhr a top buggy,
said otnd being assessed at date of ee thIe H .dertied by W. I Thonm-
A iN e lu te ly isueasn of such certificate in the' see the list dverliaed by W
name of Jno. C. Mei. Unls sd as. He.has them from $125 down to
name of JoC M h. s 1ai50.and the make. quoted will show
certifleate shall be redeemed accord- .50,and the makes quoted will show
St aw tax deed wll ie tereon you that he has many of the leaders.
ing to lawr, tax deed will inue thereon
on the 9th day of November, 1906. Warranty deed and mortgage blnks
o the* * of November, W for ale at this office, the form uped in
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable f rom W iedamniy's Day Sfun: lalehuat ountywhicthe m usney in
AlW.hna county wFhich ars mntiey in
W.. Waits of Fairbanks i a via- recording. $2 per hundred or 50e per
to finest cookery and to the comfort itor in the city yesterday. dozen by mail. Cash must accompany
B. Edeltein has returned from a order. dawtf
and convenience of modern housekeep- trip to New York on bu:ness. Ferdinand Baler, secretary of the
S k lZ P m eb Saunders of Hawthorn was in 'Bible Conference and Chautauqua, is
ing. Royal Baking Powder makes hot the city on business yesterday, receiving numerous letters every day
breads, cakes and pastry wholesome. A. L. Danghtrey of.Rocky Point wat a regarding accommodations for visitors
a business visitor in the city yesterday. in the city this winter. Are you ready

Perfectly leavens .without fermentation. IMi B.i* yrown or wahost to2rece-i.. hem i
was in the city yesterday on a v)sit to 200 Note Heads and 100 Enve.
Qualities that are peculiar to it alone. friends. lopes with your name ard
Arch Hague. one of the tillers of the business printed thereon, delivered to
soil of Hague, was a visitor in the city any part of the United States on re-
yesterday. eeipt of $1.25. Oash must accompany
ROYAL AKMING POWDo GC.,lwYORK.' T Do, a reprentativ ze order. Positively no credit to any one.
L,. iofn T. A. Dole, a representative citizen Address The Sun, Gainesville, Fla.
.'. -- --- ---a of Santa Fe,,was in the eity yesterday
NEWS nF CITY AND A glance at the stock on exhibition on business. Dr. Mr. A rew ledd of Lke
by the Oainesville Furniture Company, Mrs. A. D. Tison of Earlctoo was in little yellow hu bee named Warren.
N SUNTY F CIn N ODwill convince a judge of fine stock that the city yesterday in consultation with Candler for Bishop Candler, his ma.
there 14 no finer line in Central Flor-. Superintendent Kelley regarding ternal grandfather. This announic-
iCOUNTY CD hSe the bargains offered. school matters. meant, also, confirms the contention of
SWaed-Latdy or gentleman of fair 'J. J. Freeze and J. 1). Dykes have re- the prohibitionists that dry towns are
ttenr of GenerMl Intoert tktb edpedtion to travel for firm of $250,000 turned from LaFayette county, where conducive to the increase of popula-
ered by Our Reporters. epl'al. Salary $1.072 per year, pay. they combined business and pleasure tion.-Oaala Banner.
able weekly. Expenses advanced, for a short visit. ^rnm Thursday's Daily Aun:
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITE8 Address (o.. G Ciown, (Gainesville, Rte. O. M. (ordon of Mclntosh was Rev. F. M. Hartman of 'aradi.,, was
6IT4S Fla. in the city yesterday en route to Fer. in the city on Wednesday.
What Has Happened and What i oin Mis Theora Fleming has returned nadin to attend the meeting of the a Bauknight of Micnopy
Whatt Has Happenedand What r. Going Sam Bauknight of Mieanopy was
to Happe Told In Shorfrom Johnston, 8. C., where she has Presbytery in that city. visitor in the city yesterday.
SHappe Taold In hort Rar'S* twbeen the guest of relatives and friends J.W. Wodsworth and Marie C. Carr- Wi. Damper and son Frank of I,
So That "He Who Rt.,o May Read" for the past few weeks. Her numer- ton, who reside near High Springs, Ore.. were in the city yesterday.
It in The Sun. ou, friends are glad to welcome her were granted a marriage license by
'home. Judge Mason yesterday. A.B. Oliver moved into the J M.
from fusef1.'s Sily Sun: Enr. Mtrn yeterdry, Kdel iouse on South University street
Ladle' allir cards In latest styles The superintendent of the city wa. Those who desire fine roadsters del Sothniversity street
sa 80o terworks had his war-paint on yester- should call at the stables of Crawford I terd
Im. 0. Kj of Jonesvlllo wa in he day, and theao who didn't pay up their & Davis and look over the fine Ken- 1. C Brown, wife ard daughter
J. X of water 4a will have to go to the branch, tucky horses they have on sale. These Gertrude of Trenton werI in the city
oity I" y. as they were shut off from the city horses are bred in the purple and are yesterday.
Y erday was regular court day, bt supply. specially selected for endurance and Waterman Johnson, one of Micano-
them was o eases up. Herb. Plukoson has returned home, speed on the red. dlw2 py'a substantial eitisens, was in town
W. 8. Jaksoun, a Lake View farmer, having left the (ainesville4 (ultf sur ..- yesterday.
W In town yesterday. veyin" party at liroohkille. He ex. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. TuttlA art re.
Ter caddies of Hill Billy plug tobiao perts to return on that section in a few jololgover the arrival of a fin. girl
e* for sale at cot. Saunders Ea rle. days, where he has a contract to get baby, born yesterday.
J. L. Coolter and Addle T. Roberts out a quantity of eypreis piles. IH. S. Gravel, the North Gainesville
of Roehelle have been licensed to wed Mrs. J. I. Willians departed ye-s nurseryman, is erecting a substantial
Dr. J L Oloud and 0. W. Wells of terday for Macon. Atlanta and other hot house on his premises.
Alaobho were In the city no Monday. plans in OGorgia, where she will Pa i Meadames S. L. Cherry and Charles
On Saturday evening Henry SRott spend the next few weeks with friends Eddy, two of Orange Heights' popular
and Jueram ook, white, were licensed aid relatives Friends hope that her Iladies, were in the city yeterJay.,
to wed. ilt may Prove a prleasant and ben- Turpentine leases for sale at this of-
W. A. Btrickland and C. M. IDell of faciall one. flee, e per dose, $8 per hundred.
Hague were (Gainesville visitors on The Gainesville lkd have purchased Cash most accompany oader. dawtf
Monday. the lot on East Main street, South, CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH r BSale-Two heavy delivery wag.
Mrs ). A. Bryan and son. M. D. opposite the City Hall, and known as. one in good repair and at a bargain.
tryan, of Alaeha., wer, in the city (n the old Presbyterian lot. The order Cail early. aunders & Earle. daw
Monday. will erect a ine building on the sam The Recent C Spell V prn ha two ,ell bred
fir their use as a lodge, elub rtom, etc. 1 CUll UUI J. .
T. J. 8tok and L, J. Knight of l.a. The pre for the lot was T. c0. eolte that he thinks will go along some
roese were callers at The Sun oaflue with proper trailing. They are Hine
last ening. A letter hae Ieen received from Mrs. Is a gentle reminder that Winter is looking.
Mi v Hall. tun, f William Arthur Roper, nee Mrs. H. approhebing, and it beeomes neemary trayed--. light hay stallion. .mll
Mi1 EvE Halle returned from New Srayed-A light bay slalion. mrll
k t er W. ('. hroder, formerly of this city, for us to remind the trading public star in forehe, one white hnd foot
York on Haturdty, wrhre ihe has been but inow f I)dnver, Colorado, in which that our lie o Fall and Winter oods Rear in for head return t hnd foot.
during the summer. ea*, Ak to qt rPlemtllt red to all her is now complete and we have some
M. Forman of Alaphua, an active old friend* S.he now hs an elegant rare value In all kinds of goods for Joshua.RuledgeFla.
worker in the Odd Fellows' order, was home at 4121 Y.tes street, Il)nver, the Wiater wear. F. 8. Orteen, a prominent ttIurcitne
i the eity on Monday. and invitr, her Florida friends to call In Ldi d (t.t.' Wool d tal of Mliy aopy. wa La the eily ye.
Mts tew Hae returned from on her whe'3 visiting that city. n Ld sand o t' wl ad terday. eompra ld by Lawrre"
Maryland tn S.tiutay. whareu he I n hPish, Teeeed Lined Uderear we are well Herria of Wayeros.a G.
Mayilrnd on Seturltsy, wh,'r, she |Ia + ... ftied.
been on an rended ist. A T I -- A. Ford, Ni Lila Ford. Mrs M. H
O. M MeKieney anl .ll-n ('.in. tLAlJ If I MeOlamroeb, baby and arse returned
two pro r .-I fre .. of( ..raham. ,Mos ALa., L.. y, 1884. Ladles Sweaters yterdy ri a delih.fl viit of
werr In the city on MNoday |r. K W. Hall, ~t. Louis, Mo.-Dear sverl north at Heode*oavill*,
Mrs. J. A. Emerson of Krkwod w l thr: Having tried difereat doetonr A fle line from $1 t ot 8.--teau. N. O. Mr. Ford thiae his health is
to the eity 'aturday. no her return and ihei remedies for nevral years tlful goIad maeh improved.
from a year' visit in Hiouth Carulina. for bahk and kidaey troobles. I found 8 R Chitty. the orbtae busiors


Joel T. Week. ,n of the oldet cil. nothing uoucesful uatil takll "The man of Mienapy, wa a sailkr at The
Texas Wonder," Hall' Ot iesv. We have a strong lil of le ae ye tday sad dropped a lit.
iles. of Waldo. was among the visitorsary. and. being rapidly y eured, tae old w p ,RNII IS ti of the cinatiag adimof th*
to talnmville yesterday. and while saying with raillrmd um is -'td bles N U FURNISHINGS l ,.." .m o
here made this o9iae a brief call, the man who inveand tihe tullans M d al Pat ad n to is ene to stain the prom
ileplial car." but I my' "God b)mluese a i M ys'anmor of the best iostets of Alaske
George P Morre of Waldo was in uv-entor of Hall's Texs Wolder." HatU Our priera are the lowet. eooaly.
the city on Meinda. He to takiag a You rs trl. l 9 R3,I of Alaha., for seval
Irvely Il4 c.rest m the schools 4 that W. B OClan. J i e Ata. i v
plio. stAl Ihey, ar bound to hr the M A 0 B. R O.. Mobile., Ala yers a pr miles eash i i e
at they ae to he the eool the e has aseepted a
,e,. they C. ,.a, ad it haA TEXAS WONDER. ShOesw ShboeslI Ptlo ith rk At 0eo.
pora iat Japr Wbile in tbheotq yeo.
nvorrd fr.o ats.e rneeo Hl@.e Anua ( ImIie"of i W T Wc- Oor lb eparaet lstfU o neod riay Mer hil. I*ade T Seka al
to the hane f 1 tIe udgin,. 0S de. lHaU's me ketT. eUme at siage hr NMa. Woene ad Cildde. Nt ,. S eea .
Est Orsage street. where they w viU 4 bi idd4bl*-4, -NO We ol S bws tha wear. A trtal will The ase i pil of RA Reek.
re abd during tl, nt. r II#*. *l a **ibbesm. SoM Mbne ye tOate pi re gv o r rime are ri. b r lal her oe, Nolrth
SIt rUdfry anil wife of AlAsho. Oaed*a *4. IaS eiwlam. Ts re--
were registered at the Brown Hou amsr mMl bof lI"mul. as 5 mt a "rerde sre sy T e ajog. a s-I
ystl rlay Ur t ldfrY i' teslitr ol f W ir *i i aab br ssjqrmOa sd
yte rday Mfr Aldhufry. et ea oua- women, rogluaLM b Wmhl ti L&DIRS' TRIMMED AND WALK. the perforomem of the ma highly
SHaskof Anlachua s *e tahe eou.e- lkMe. Ifa aMb Iytw 4-. (ING MATi$ IN G3OA2 VARIKTY, "Xn M b a
Y 's ld flnanl aaUtuloa. L **W ill ,eeboo I Va mt al. o hr *eaafal NA er pepil
Mir M. H MeCaseek hasu r.o-0 maU sillbotae ist t M _' ____ _- s--e gne8- allye 1 1to 1t0 meed tin-.
frtmed from liedoseai N 0. O, mma ju m a poee"me1a at eve1 1ee111M0L
wae sthea be"e t- IMIe p l athee 811St la11 tM--- .- Va ar a m l ea s 0W .
asoks. They i m 5kr l kg, h wM mt3 W In 111a
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FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
in: 10 Daysr, XSae

NADINOLA
THE COMPLEXION IkBUTIFIER.
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THE NADINOLA GL
(Formerly advertised and sold as
... SATINOLA...
No change in formula or patcksle. The tc,
only has been changed to avoid eonlfulon.
we cannot afford to have so valuable prei..:
Lion confused with any other).
NADINOLA is guaranteed. and money w
be refunded in every cse where it fa.
to remove freckles, pimples. l, er ipots. r,.
lar dltcolorutloun.. black k-beads.dl&f urinm err:,
tlon. etc. The worbt cases In SdeYL. Leave,
the skin clear, soft, health., and restores tn.
beauty of youth.
Price O cents and 100o. Sold in each ,,r
by alU leadlin druirirst.. or by malL
I'IInPAUnIl ONLY BY
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Bold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
& Co. and J. W. McCollum & Co.

University street. last evening, Rev
11 M. Fleming, pastor of Mt. Mnriah
Church, officiating. There was a large
number of the friends of the contract-
ing palrties predeut, and the occasion
was one loug to be remembered.
The funeral of Miss Francis V. Wil-
cox to.k place from Trinity Episcopal
Church at 3 p. in. yesterday Rev. F'
H. Craighill officiating. The occasion
was a sad oue, tli relatives being un-
able to attend. Kind friends d.d all
they could to show their true Chr.stian
spirit, and the kind deeds and tokens
of respect were very graceously be-
stowed. The interment took place in
Evergreen cemetery.
At a special session of the county
cotmmiitiiners yesterday, called fur
that purpose, the books of County Tax
Assetsor Colson were examined and
accepted by that august body. The
books showed a very clever piece of
work and a balance that was abiolute-
ly correct. The total valuation of
property in the county is placed at
$4,798.743 The State tax amounts to
$*8.792-county tax., 60).6., including
pull tax
W. 1). Dickinson, county tax collect-
,r. has always something on hand nl
his office, and state that from Febre-
ary let to lune let he averages about
sixteen hoer,, making out his beoks
for collecting the takes of the souaty.
He says it is surprising to see how
many who lire outside own a strip of
mother earth in Alaehua county. Re
says that two tax receipts arem at os
by mail to one handed out. The lau.
eat amount paid by one property owner
is $2,486, the receipt giving a diseip*
tion of M,000 area.
CHILDREN'S HOME.
A Noble Work for the Little Ones That
Need a Friend.
Mrs. Cor aHawley Seaton of Jack-
aonville, superintendent of the GA).
drea'a Home Society of Florida wil
headquarern ia Jeaksoaville, is in ts
city on a mi0aios of morey. SOb e*s
peeto rto r o Jaseaoaville today,
ad take with her two intlaste Mwb
will be wonder the teder earo of Mih
soeilty autti they can be placed wias
some reponsible family.
This lady informs The Sua that a
has already ppasd three ekhldraa l
homesb frum thbi eai aisMie Asgua
and the two she tahe* to JatsaoumtH
today will make fye
The work of this sa o*y s ino eshai
of s-me of the beet people of Jasm- -
villo, aad (the liteo one whis pa*
rlat mar aot able t eare for 6ia
are placed in gond falklie
The aoetety is auxiliary to kiadeld
oseiaaahoa throaaet the diL-ue
bases of ebb ao-try. aad alhgwa ba
is Iafaayta Forida. thae wiN M
do-b--- aw--. i-a |a..
dosh seen he adeoper e taken
te the week by tea tell ihagas-

liaelt ill Ies a anrit o-a

0s asMa of PrealeMeas 1 asaak
vai to Jaaneuvlt. ta a ISm-t 1
all UatM to JeImaarMlae Js
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