Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01004
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01004
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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S' f nOI l that -cty to \\. i-'t.: otn t a war. *
AT ITTLEROClf ARK *"p " .hic, +>., ,O h.o,'AO:6Rpanied tR T
AT LITTLE ROCK, ARl by his icreury and nr Itie) ..OF GRAT

President Witnesses Fight.
rest Crowds Greet Roosevelt airmiuxham. Ala.. Oct. .,; --.-ecrL Over Half of Europe;f

in Arkansas Capital.


tary Leb. and Svcrt t StIce A gea
Rl f. McAdams, of [ho, loral forcv.,
eugagc ir n i hrsotla: di-Multy In the
prkftwzcic of I'reside itt R."nvelt. Tlie
nr'mi~t'5iL InfLlI a j-#I O i -I0 A. --


is Already Affec


Syirniulriin lt Ja lut gotlen IO his Car-
City Was Gaily Decorated and rtage io e Oir the parade. and Slcre- Many Townm Are AAlcady
Vhltors from All Parts of the State taryv Ueb waq about to gt to with Account of Rallried Str
Wor Prisnt to Welcome Presiden. jerked him aslde. Mr Loeb dellv. Petertburg Will se Cut
tll rty. ored a blow to McAdams. and Me. Long.
SA.anis ipiled in kind with an addl-
wI6t. Petersburg. Oct. 36
UttU Rock, Ark., Oct. 26.-Aftur tloi.,a kick. when friends jumped b be-. OL
i all aiSuI journt) tlruu uiInu" i twon them and explanations were of Europan Russial to tn
W, President IUoosaeeli anld pultI made. te striking rllroald i
wrted la Argetiit, a nurtieun aruui strik l l continue to prca .
LI Olty, prouipti on unie D ERATLY PLANS DEATH, all dliactlons.
Oruming LUt.pllte ithe Icr.aLu.n a i Tae roai 1a the Vcls
lLde of the eliucntui u large clroud Before Committing Buicide Buys Coffin at a stanJstlll and todal
tM present to Lwe.Couile WiV iltrltdentll and Orders Body Cremated. strike as pjroclainmd onl
The city nad boin LLuLr.iitalU .itA i Ne York, Oct .l. That MIss An- mnulng lines running out ti
lap and liuuting in hour "of hte pr, ,n Sc. EI'( girhe l l lho killed hber burg. Uleore tomorrow
lent's visit and lthe uiy uuloiuFt s"' ', Atlantic Ci) )Saturday hbceuse is expected to be cut off :
lpsLren f te uy'y* xerctIse wa the sof grief ot 'er hr aher once's *nddenl d- Ilde world by way of th
Ir that a downpour ou rain would oc. rale, had with careful deliberation '1iT. will also Involve thi
fi at bnay moment. Rin hdi fai. a'rralged for her fun-ral even to the of poltal communkatlon.
Soonltinuously all )ytitiday and inLt '0lnt of choosingli hr cotin, becauaS f l S leagues aa s14 the
ilgt. Al 8 o'clock tiu La, hoLw b known yeoellday. to some to the support of
he precipitation ceaLed a.u. LH) iti'ets Telling Jobl Aldrid, Jr.. that she ex. men and has adopted a
md iatelyv itk on a l.vtly i Lowari, ipcted a friend to d.e, within two da)i favor of a general strike

The city waa tillkd wlt.1 viat
teOr from all parts of i.Le bate. K.
eSr ion traiun had been ruU on all line
.a4d It was early apparent that the
president's welcome wuu.d be llvel)
artla his stay here.
When the president's trala arrived
.- Argenta over the Rock Wllald lines
.4 reoepuioo committee, btadedb by
iUteld states Senato)r Berry aad
1Urke, UtovLrnor [avis and Federal
Jidge Treibur entered tie presidott's
ldarlage and warmly weluumed him to
.AIrllisU The president did not alight
S fra is oar at ArgentLa but the train
Ssye-Jced to Big Rock. the nearest
pelit to Fort IALgun. 11. Roots. Herai
the pllresden and his pa:ty aligiled
eOd a visit was made to Ibe fort, Lbe
party arriving thcrt. at ;.3U o'clock.
After a brief re-ept.un the pre4ldent
lNpecti4d ULc barracks and grounds
ra expressed his satisfaction at the
4zllelt arrangteiineuta for toe com
SBat of the Itroot Nearly the cntrie
arilag was taken up .t Furt Roots,
the start for the ci'y was not made
It 11 o'clock When tie carrlagres
wOre draw up. the mounted escort
4< ihor took their places bilde the
pliaest. Tbhi escort, wblob isl
ma las the "'Hle and Gray." oo.
GIg of 14 civil war veterans. li
Ss oldlieand 12 former oonfeder.
aa, ad k particularly pleased the
geildeat. It was announced tLiat thie
-oet would precede the preeldest's
4ertLagf trougbcout the entire day aad
t a a body glard.
ke proe:dent. headed by is esivcrt
*lt be-e ad accompanied by the re-
o-pto- emalrnie noched the city
AlbrUl b lt soon TU earU ts erow
I -d vttli poopie ad every avall-
l bomse top I Mal street had its
The peAesjt wasteWedly
4Mbe h iA41 a1m towUMr
e pt arst. no repeaadly nre la
M rieL aa bowed Ws ltasa to
seAple- AIt -a o pit to Telb sntet
was i M lreol Vhdia soJ ty.

a'" eiy pwat. .retl L, al ,te at
sea. As amms trer or peate
POWsV the aP -p ea-

esw O w ithl ter e- O

i ab toe TLh pms
is*- SsU. PIr O M1 t oe the
wem vtworr to as e mt.*Ad

4 am 6% au uvs *0 w Ir
am" to Mmopm, fwbum
*ae"to the Pwi*&m5w

*No ow o p to Nam
b d o w- ow
I#b a

she illscuued caluiy the beet method
of dispoling of her own body, ad l n-
formted the undertaker that she would
notify him whoa he was needed, she
said that her friend's name was Annua
"-Se &oee not want to be burled."
ald MiU Sc ot, "but bas told me he
prefers creation." dhe asked Al-
drid now much t would cost to or
ante tie body. &ad on belag told Uhe
terns. said they were samsfactory.
"Now I'd like to se a ooetl," si

0', OCTOBERt 02, 1795


1)11:lx t 1- 11 llpi rot. when 4)1

mi Russia reti c l '! I!cil .A :ucot.
IRS Of1`11 1 t i- hlIwho AreGre at Rjoicing Over the aIAS
td. on strike. ,! i iithe !cm
who mmd t rv if i4 I'r itr whipti A
rIral niaiiy of (Ilh' sii Ii i, w re to

Italated on Calling on Sympathizers. Ilalroade Will Run Excimrsions to NOW
-C and .n
with Sf. Pci. ciN1ler;imiud Orleans on President'& Day and the
Off etraaorS HIms.an It htfor- ,c clircillialfIndon Crescent City Will @ Crowded with
thei l3r irA lingon t Viporl-T* Cases; (no Death.
to Join iiin he' stril~o VIstr oCas;neDa.

lvIrc hall


oII are
*. centl (ra

PI '1.61'
r. crrpil~l


iwl railroad
ot all pm

feirrons. The telogralph :,.i .iTr, are
jolnng lia tIe movement. alnd I:Oe ius
paesloa of raltroad traftre i it fitrld.
will be followed by a c'iiiioilete oliln
gatlon of the ouonmucalu'rll t, ltwcen
laterir points. The sllun',tin n crit
ical and preonalt of all s'ba of dire
The fetorile In the atle '-I district
have been forced to shLt 'own for tLer
larc of fuel and MoSeOw )epeclally
fans not only a food. h"t a water fam.
Ine. FPrtuately, It. J.lerttStmr will

mild. a iov a souare of supply through l
Aldrld ed t wayto the wr t W tle lad.
bsop and showed bher veral oakaeta IBrlLsh Ambassador Harligc all
A plain one rwU do, she ad. Iad It 04 on the emperor yes-i lay previous
was agreed that a plae board eotill 1 tIo leavi t I. PLtrlsh.irg on a a l
was satisfactory "Yoeall pbably I l la In onnoebtln winl. rht prouilm-d
bear from r e on ~nturay. Now Brtilsh-Ruaslaa underst* :llng. btu: anI
don't forlgt, I waut the body created, unable to start for E ,i .nd tilsi inor
and I'll se that yosu et the money." 1g.
The eulcide left a message m ano.u The Soclal Demiocrn' bel rve they
Ing tse undertaker to take charge of have the government *' their lme rc)
the body of "Anna Smith." sad a aote. sinc with hbe rallroAO, locnlug. the
to a friend la which nooey for the ser. aut.lorlclea are power. to trarnport
vices of Lbt undertaker was easoosd the troops. Thi Is a !i (the lmore
drols as bloody olliaio.,. already have
DIITILLIPS AIR ARRESTED. ben reported at vario.r plamre ad a
---- daaierlnu AgraIrlaa 1l 'iemeal as
Charged w"th Praed Agalne t Gover agala broken out la tnl stv.ralerat of
meant on Fifteen Counts. lanr.
Gre e-aboro, N C.. Oct ---latrestt The strelgth dsrpla,. 1 by theo o
lta iltiglten i.as b "ru la the frl- elaJ Democrats have s 'iald ti* as
eral court hre in the cane of Lhe Unit. thoritle. who were It.. .0 qeile as
ed States alginst N Gilea Wlliamt. o, k by surpril at ', evl4easce I
aod the 0(11 Nick I)rstiltll oompeay, their power as hrly st bie (iee
eadlct*J o IS acounat for alleged fraude of the Gapos ri.wilikr The diMsres
against the gutvrement lis o aductlag la tIe provides ei gre Irly lareaeJ
a big distillery rectifying and abole- by Lae tblrwatened famnl
sale whisk plant at Wllilame. is YaJ. Prisee HlikeIn, alsol r ot raladaS
kla miuul)w TBe trial of th ese. writhes aippeIal o Il *.,-ile at N*I
which betin ye'ereday probably will 1 aif s ee arsltirgf taa b-e spI
requireI tw we-ek. Ina r f oe dtl s to git aa e6 0 a i ertl b l to Irt l to
lawyIere tihthe stat w1 repr*es the1 Preralbur. bwt who with a SAni a
44of1daas anId mre are 30 wItol ees 1 telr Io0 1 i ealtne armirtd I
4i tb riArt tr r prasecut'os be M Oad dest.-begrtlm' t o ai bia
14 ma rry gvwermaet documaWts. Oe for th bit. oIf the Ivrarmem
tiift iTO"Wll AV@ WIMMOMS. OWAS I kI40 It II I II Ito MM M th
there are *.ety **e e w1taeos. to heep its pr r m tolea e tl
frinm CalIfernta *wre That Iresp atM T re a
These eBtreU* .5;0ean)rl 0as1 r, 6 ** 0UBSiSOr of SS'e**
whltesale Red reail lwaur aeaufa Priaw HMLbt eaecti --e t o
tlloer rl:rAJ sad trees aelrs. mlbedl elega ehere ao ItlaSaO
I agroap orators beaiera sad row thy hbae altrIdy brsed aig W lg
mWe aicoers. tah perpoe* ibe I toa *I alS bNO id ism i WMB
0"w theW 4 *4al a trasipoLe ilat.-ed UM doLa thei uIO6 ag
&I sd t4v.iq,.as Ior ethL t(btr Iswmr A .Isse of thi a# the m ith
tlotU t the grr.or-sat lr paeymt slate1 tltfe. mee I l fNe
of ames sew waf ne'e 1 a0186 3 eAs

em ar **Lar d*l aes R* i Of rWmgs.M 1
,e- yeoer. i x -Gr Of 'i*a 05 ash Tb n
atot t4 lead .e 4t as11"a

It. ad t r o11iu g 1-i 5 Ilelt fI et ih o
eab Iah ber r sI, ** .lo, pie e r. J'Ld I* II a a

dea~a ~a th Tm e i *ed eAe ,0. Tamiag
waad si eU daor is4 t ,
"M I-be *,a I g 9 l 1 Iesi tw by t he-p-
So t l e* **f the W *A h1 te
g'B ~ f a" d b1ie were tgkpss k am9*0f tp,
M h266w^*s o.n20 a fsb yf t wp
e..- m"W a.. *.... M*#..6 -3 6
.Mfi .a- M~b_.d.& &Z _.Mohs MUL ...

r\~u U;rnr Ocht. ad.r-Uy
Anarchy Prevails at rigs. t ul. 10 Ii v %t'iI'A twi Ro W0
('Copt-iahlit.c~n. I Ni Anarchy pure. 1, ,. I. viii ticlatu,.vi
valat at Biiza. 1(uuuila, A(%ivrdltig I *t1oA W A* I it tit Italian a ho diod
dispatcta i!,l~xithere to the Ioi'atl dk, ) o ll ItU ut w mlacim'vrtUfl
Ricth arc' t, equetit l n i fiay i oop y it tl Iti l I .arfusupital
have hon kill.'d or wirincldl, sanl theo lin ,. t lto I. ltlucle d I i Yva
govern ntin t sltt lt til'p hs t b ten 1wint. a. c I Iii NV i Is',ritutie
od sat deutroye C IThetI5 POi)#q'titlCfrin itiIe imitto Ijklo'iill.
sabool ba been closed H I e pit -eiirtd ft

DisappoInted Swain Attempts Suicide of vtiooler %. itliir tipitiirrow

Ne'w York, Ihl 4.i Altfrel Dr.< ri, I
who w ilkik lit e'I t ll' t fr I'li ,nlll
IPralcl.co., lto e thl, I.'e I a Iiin i
hoped to un rry. trill Ii kill h!irrl.
yesterday by J.impiigi rnui ith, \\
Ial miliurg bi io i ltni> itic 1: I i.rni
A polll e41rn rarbItld IJi ln in ti. to
prevent a slleileI lreardo Mir, ltnat
on hbie arrivl here ithlnday ih hnl
found that the girl het loia'd hlia re,
turned to Iialy a rfw dn .p Ibfti. IIr
wasr athoti fiunls ri ll flrilini riii
that nirht (be police foiunil him alliep
by a tIonAlr near the bridle iHe wan
removed lu Mellvie v bn.plitl ua phy
stianMe said hei was sifflritn fromn hati
er., hut later dlcahbrlgd Hle ri(il
give In lnatlllent account to hisO a
flore yesterday and was hell for rs
amialli r today

Virgin a Veterans Hold Reunion.
PtierothurtirVa. Oct ,"G.- Thle 01%
Is in mal s tiltr fur thee flae.lng if
the Grand Q 'tip(of the Virginia Cott
feelerw %' o- nms istil lIhe antita l n
01tos of( s'irgeIla "s.11i0,n-40),tie for Con
fe91les'e V%, orains1k a hulaI)# Kiln a 3
day lession h fire 1Itlay Th~e 1ugust
Illlcmianalofn cit the (sl1 *111l he 'valcm
tire An Irlttromfiag event Will 1e 0
Wlttincltb I oifl II. bltric hbattl of
Thn oValsr 'rbuoos, no crop man
Ilnvird all l,arflvrnc euealevrter sto
Wlere whin pattlelpato.1isathe baW'e teil
bo per Pen I MOVElb. reumwO tfor
emr MOoaGaseO and maptesesataivs,
la mb will preseahuo I WOO flags
whiph have ben returned lby the '191
04 Plate,$goverumeeft Is, the eo azs
Whirm rtrieod them a I no. e IU wl,

AammnyHell Ma Nav11e Big Empeeio
AtIs-aufa0-11 N 4Chuiag the- ss','ial
skepting of the Atlamssa (omh.r .1t
ewmmoereee d"a emaber Is 'bro"
1ww f Iam favfer of as %tialwa, weIpqw'
is 11610 aill be krally laumeloroolAr
raseiefts are atlroy elus ri.-a
for ths, dI 4ahmthatwill take p.'
Shal UIa 0111 m"o who his
bow* 1116oetw Is IP mesv po..
will bet lawlted tobe pisseet e0*40
hem tOom. vIdO UL ofela. lb. 4t f
Jo lImo pes *t tamie h n, I. 6
'lb.SS samul ineotle Will WmIk a.
allow of lNW twoa'sProeem" I tsss. A
p U4M SU. M& %r e yea Yos
th the bow a ofa nhals taitnW I

bee be obolly ow sbey 04ti

Rlm-IA lVa .ut OM :'l4
rb- pwipe,

c pitls 5.4o f &W of ?a".
MA *4111111-4 A: 1114~ 1110411
am bofse ,ass't -. oft o
lui' u're- P', ari. a- '0 b'e
ttrrJ 7%0 sports, %-Wibe" bpO
hir~~ The a..l~e %eue@ ho
Awbsd t0 bee" Sd r r.e. OU a

LMDPevePreo". V064009
do ft%*MOL4r. Or AS W1 06%W
of haodaOw"e a"'Oft F 0,014110s

" 11 sa111 1'1 106 the

has Who lbs

lu tooUt

4 yester.
wat. did
Ill today

rt New
IIWhIt ty
f e




oilkli,'. Ihelic clof lv for a successful
*c(' liuiiu to I lie pi i'lll'iLt, whose vsit
SIs ,.l 4d airil ia I 14 l\i| lairg ly evotlrtrib .
lid I he, 'arly ri.lu ItaIl of Ithr quiar-
snh ills r*' i <* lulltS
\\ ,;i, II)* t frevr bi virtually been
dri La ,1 1 ihe rct that Islalled case
wwre itll appearing would Ihave git
xi'lc, t(o nimay towns for alatatl
log their poll) 'of laoiatelteour
Altiit) ito see te preMlsi t, howmr.,
bas re-.cilltd Ia rtopealaq prtbeally
the wiihle of LlulSmtia. ld Mt*tIeip
pl. with a sealequeat revival at b".
loes activity.
Vully oewhalf of the parlihes It
Iusllata have take Jowa the ban
There s grewt rejolcltg along the Mts.
Blsippl solat, iad faIillle are hav
Ig re usalos there that have be
eperaied for three kiil lse the.
large eaurerlhse are omlag from
the c*os( to participate l tihe prot.
dlla 11 ceremoa>les
The removal of quIaratlne bho e-s
sulitrl I a reeuniptlun of the levei
bulllling Indursry Work has bea prog
resoli untnlefr dlilesilies, but will 'i>
forwarI uader full pr.eseure ew
As the surlgau, IO. NM llea has
returned from Ilamburi ad Raite.
wbIe he r,*cildtl*4 a aursees ftr esar
pollen against: ther lfve. r kMtLbte.
bellrileia theI *ruggle ner, bha Igo
1o (lil i), t o a tacation
Reports fa>iom the Iwn.try 4ldre4 a
if l1 0111an1s how lhel lie lever pr-
va.l; i*ll at very few potat. Is Ihe
it11y "e Usia lly Pel e atre aer4
ht e aIt.l

elulug RedyIfor Coeesas
Wabbieagtbr, Ekt -% Wo t* he n
Alma s al rnvpresematteys returnto
Wssuashbou to atltead I" he apilsa
Gsmir of gres. Shop AIll bewaes
leob" athMe lrasmelernetl is tohe use
A110 Al) She )Ia have bees eqtpe
wIkalbuha m s aud and hebr dvics
Un slot the osk .o eshe uw si
war from oe W phse he ?esuit

upqvw p rlo a si of e6 0 uuw e beeboo m
tdO Wmoe lmmbes kposcaor
1~r b eed bn r. rwedeeel 0

Olson 41f S40 owls T%. rotuNbd
mu Pon asmofT he sstee oO a
Warl t1411. a gwee. eofI".owdr I-
$N dwie two beenaeoimWeJ 3 ageis

'- hgt a. ~ I) I~ I

"m bef ue Shavow Ir PON&
bsh. N0 U. W u. Mlo-ru pee"
Mdo biw Is a mmor fa hot
hosd dewJ 6 m9 -A sO Pee
d on an- t I*Wp im weW itWs as

S mrga oute srdee It a
~ Wbt he 60Mo Wa8led 1 td w
asp&*"Ies a to a a see a 8,4,80
beft SheUw mmkow GoBre*( every

oam"woy rded sad 6" .,e-0 06004d0
ON 10oP. owis S10 **u'

We sa. 0.6 14. r01el 24t

80 6406 has mesa @" uiaei
OW L." Uml $M1110es 01tSAMo6as
famg hsfte e e4d1040




TH DAILY SUN: 27 1905



a. nts the Southern Baptists to
Meet in Florida Next Year.


Membership Represents Every Section
of Southern States, and Comprises
S 8+0-Meeting to be Held in Jack-
sonville Today.

ev. S. 8, B Rogers, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of this ciry, expectS to
make his departure for Jacksonville
btis morning, where he has been somr
mooed to meet a committee appointed
from the State for the purpose of se-
earing the next session of the 8outh.
ern Baptist Coiventioo. This sonven.
ilon comprises 8,000 delegates, reprer
renting every section of the South, and
means a great deal financially to the
section in which the meeting is bold,
Inaimoeh as it is not a charitable prop.
position, the delegates paying their own
"There is no reason why thisoconvesn
tion could not and should nut be held
in Florida," remarked Mr. Rogers,
who It as the head of the wot k of the
Southern Asooilation n this State.
"At the last convention It was decided
not to hold a meeting in future at say
point where an auditorium smeuselioat
for accommodating the convention
would be furnished. This Is apparent
ly a difficult proposition, as a building
capable of aoeommodatiag eight thou.
sand people looks upon Its fae to be
rather expensive. But we do not wish
a fne struetore. All we want lo an
auditorium suffoient for our demand,
sad a building of rough bsrds, so long
as it is comfortable and properly ar.
ranged, will suit our needs. It would
pay Jacksonville, Oalaeville or any
other city, to erect a rough building of
this kind for the distinetion and flnahb
olal benefit that would aserue."
Mr. Rogers believes that the next
Southern convention will be held In
Jakaonville, a he feels that the pro.
gressive altileas of that city will oome
to the rescue wlth the fIond for the
creation of the proper building.
Interesting Meeting Held at the Court
House Tuesday Evening.
In oomplisaee with the small pub.
lished in The Sua, the MIlaiterial As*
seietion convened as theb ooor hooes
Tuesday evening for the purpose of
forming or organlsing a charity branch
of the association.
* The meeting was called to order by
Rev. Those. P. flay. chairman of the
amoolation, when Rev. 8. B. Rogers of
the First Haptist Church, who has al-
ways been an active worker, explained
the paurt"Po of the Iame.
The question of the organisation of
a charity ranch of the association wa
disussed, nd it was decided to organ*
nise an administrative board. As
members f this board the chair ap*
pointed C Mlatheson, chairman. Ferd
Bayer, l'r I'recottl Btlllock, and
Mr. Jnhn \\' T-l'rh
Rev T J NaSn icfthe First Meth-
odist Chu'.'i, R .v s I. Hogers and
D)r: Hullta'k w.re' re oll ted to draft
by-laws wover.tiaiiB thie. ailmini.traive
board, said by-laws to I,. |rI,.ented. at
the Nest meelng f >r np'rev(al
The chairman wia, riiP.t..i|l to ap-
point a comnmiltnire 1 .nlu.,c.hp far
the eharitall as.oll i 11 It, m.
mittee has uiot yeti I.,. ii '1 i ne tle .
Mr. Hay rerrvrig h.i .rt ,. of
making the ap(intlmOtits .t' rI
There itwinlg further i .- n. .. |tl.
meeting adjtiried

The Hicks Alamacna for i)(i
rho How In l It liA m'I. k ii-t .
not be published f(r 10-1
1110011111 30%kriaa", It% ii,
has beonachavtsd t at- R iargr at .
ly piagaeeuandmit aw",; ''It
storm mad weather Ir rieatst mci
astraom~aitratairr.. *.,agec..
November nunatior. 11,10 tfesit)
Sale the freast. s Iroa Jatilla, I,
Jean, sIS) 'mA t usa y 1apy Lt.,
reedy pemt'r .Nbsh. will ".'itjall t
feeInwf ronamjul j uI IWI'*crat.r. i 4v
Tim pries of this spenlidt wuagasm.
on idoilar a yar we. at and you a i
have is. The November mciiiJannuivi
%%aemboe OM eMAtm she l eR Irl 1,
His"s'tanesasss for th wrhol Vya'.,
&anmo te C4W ham0 "R ever. can te
bad by sedigat onee* 1 Aseats w
Weedbaed Works ubla~hia C'omapany.
2M1 LuLAttre10 "01. 8t 1Lou. M0
A waanwt Owe per PoPA.
1I 1l blee Uodiag. peoredas;
are tuamowhsed to pe.
rioWraia~teGdaye sis.


Our Local Oruggist Tells Peopto of
Gainesville How to Ward It Off.

Some people at fifty esal themselve
old, and really appear so, while obten
at seventy seem abrve, vigotomw sad
The reporter of the BS0 happened
In the tore of W. I. Jobaeon, oar lo-
sal drurgist, th other eemiang, and
this subject wasf'treut op. faid Mr.
Johnono "Is Is a fast and we ee Is I.
lusaietd every day right bhee In
Oetimrtlle, Is Dot yearn ; old age
does. ot bebtn at any met time, but it
is Ies of vital fero that makes a per.
o M.d, A saevere seknese, weakened
digetilo, thin blood, or poor eireulal
stkm aoom etartse Vility oa the wane
ad the at ponrsoa ts rapidly.
"On she other hand," coonlaied Mr.
Johame, "if the people of Oainesville
osly knew how our nod liver prepare-
tboo, VlIol, ward off old age, we
would not have clerks enough in our
tore to supply the demand.
"You ew, Vinol enotanlae ll the vi-
tally making, body-bualdiag prinelples
of sod live oil, but without a drop of
the system-loggiln oil. It strength.
ens digltive organs, makes rich, red
blood, repalry worm tiue, sbheeks the
natural deUooe and replaces weakness
with 5en,0mp.
"00*o god outomer of VIool, who
to sventy-eibgt yeern of age, say he
woold not ske $1,000 for tbe good it
has doae bhl,, ua we wish every red
peron In Oinanvillea would try Vlool
on our iarnatre to return money if
It falls." W. M. Johnson, Druggist.

Go0rgia to Rllse Quarantine.
Atlanta, Oct. 2G.--(GorKla's quaran-
tine against Louldl a and Mississippi
and other points which have been In-
footed with yellow fever, will come to
Ia end Wednesday. President Willis
V. Woetmorreand and Secretary H. F.
Harris, of the state board of health.
will isue ma order raising the quar-
antine oad calling tn the state's In-
spectors. secretary Harris commuel.
heated by wire with members of the
state board n various part of the
state, It bring dcailrid to have an ex.
preesion from theu before any action
was taken. A number of replies were
received yesterday afternoon and last
niaht. and the orders are expected on
Wednesday. The members of the board
generally consider that there Is no fur.
their for maintainlng the quarantines
and on this account it will be term
Wife Murderer Goes Up for Life.
Dos Moine, Iowa, Oct. 2i.-i-. 8.
biydenber, lIowa's modern Bluebeard.
unaday school teacher and phllan.
throplat, must serve a life sentence
orthe murder of bis third wife T.ie
supreme oourt today deolded that his
oonviotion was legal and affirmed the
seatence of life lmaprlsoment. Bilyden.
berg wee convicted of murdering ale
tkird wife by giving her areani in
the Suoday dinner he had prepared,
while the rest of the family was at
churhb. Two other wives had also
died mysteriously some year ago. and
tyleaberg obtained their property.
*MydJnbg was a ploi durhme
aad dean in tje locl chbure. He 5l-
ways maintained that be did anot ad
mtalster the polsoa.

Makes Homely Women Pretty.
No woman, no matter how regular
her feature may be. n be called
pretty, if her complexion is bad.
Orino laxative rruit Syrup aide dlI
lgetion and leare Mallowalotehed
complexions by stimulating the liver
and huwels. tOrno Iasxatlve Fruit
4yrup dotm. not nauneat e r gripe, ad
'. mild and pleaesat to take. Remem-
i-wr the name tOrino and refuse to BOi
'*r|, any ilatitute.. J. W. MeOullom
A 1'u

Wall Not Allow Sank to Opem.
I" aac'l.- (t ..-108 et
IV"ba" lll~
I(). lranb maid ?vLCI -~H
p'~ &04 UI M sm- H m
10 .' rseume busme it to
A. b IS, h v the camo -A o
s. .t re ,,, w~o Luerime theCC~
o '~ b board mba tto the eIfob

weal Kemem mrseo D
P. 'Wi". okt A W Nmno
to" wax .0&6 r ot040
t~he bise (.mrsi semi tIn' W
w. f as Ostrel rvW t urte
as" al rows ft morin Wft th
006"mnS"G "W MWaas m eof I
% M iino 's a& INS o s go

geme VWor Omror Y dis Tat A"e
'. en .G...a eede.u
Desptt the fact that "the appeu
3f a bird" W become a common phraa
Sor lght ng, Invetigations ahow
Hat btlde am tremendous feeders. 'T
iet at th re arae kestrel (a smeB
ropesa haw) ti calculated at 1,0l
mace a s-al, to say noting of iN-st
and worai. The barn owl Is a vdt-
cloa as the kestrel. An Invetlgator.
after caglng oneot these birds, gavo It
even mice eae after the other. 2e
first ct i--mmedately dilppear ed ela
with a glMb and a gnlp, ad the ol
did Its Vry best to treat tbe vath
In a like manner. JAmitatia of ab-
dominal aacity, bewever, musntni,
and tboa the gobble cam te a e
galp dM iet, a that for twenty al-
utes or a s e tall ok the A reath mose
dangled hom the corner of Mte btrd'
beak. But n due course it wallowed
the body, and three bhour later the
panga of bnager reasserted tbemseadv
and the owl ate four more mice
Four poubds would be a heay welht
for a beroo. Yet one of tbhonse I
whicb was trapped It Bagland, d
forged two recently swallowed trot,
one of wbhl weighed two penab ud
the other one and a halt pounds. An-
other captured had contrived to put
away three trout averaging threeaqr-
ter of a poua apiece, though it was
only four months old, and another had
dined upoe seven uma l trout, teg er
with a mouse and a thrush.
Among te greediet birds are wood
pilgns, which will continue to gulp
down food until their crop are almost
at the bursting point From o of
these birds, shot as t was returaitg
from a raid in the fields, no fewer than
800 grains of wheat were taken. An-
other bad contrived to cram down no
fewer than 000 peas. A third wau eo-
deaoring to sutain nature with 180
beech auts and a fourth with ity
Creating the Paslefz.
Who sets the fashions? bemetlme
an original Idea emanates from a hum-
ble workwoman, and after tfusee tn
the brain and 'improvements and sug
gestlon given by the great autocrat It
emergeta. Mnerva-like, In full panoply,
complete and victorious. Numbers of
diligent seekers, a horde of assistants,
voluminous notes, sketches, Idea, are
pressed Into the service. Artists lend
their willing services while te arto-
rtal adept combine., exaggerates, al-
t old modes uU cull lik he bee
bowers of fancy here nd there until
the bright vision of beauty is rallied
and the forthcoming styles are decided
on.-London Oraphlc.

lo Iaiaf and CbdM .

-k h&
nt kWYu um hb h"

Srrsteat Dewse.
'IT use of tea and rofee, say an
authority, who Inludes tobacco a well.
le Injuroous and ought not to be In-
dulged in by those who seek to place
themselves In the best candition to re-
alet dire, bweeau te beklog IM t
category of Irrttant druP. Tbes, by
umitng the ttal force to get rid of
the poiso. proveke the atctl wridth 18
mistaklagly suppmed to be aa added
force, whereas th aetlin la only ia
of self preservatrt. It will readily
be seen how m* saupporttng and
buldilng up of te yte there are Ia
sach suatmaace by trylag to lae ai
tbem to the exctuwla df eher thap.
The reult wold prrh the abrtdlty
ofthe Ides.
A simple ia.
It takes a neihbr to dtomataste a
mau troa a hbandu me settitg. A Saed
mray years ag wlh Wrie rl
was poet laureate of Maglaed. a wty
t'amberland yeime walked auaw
miles. Ia rsepnrne to wi ty ecatl d
motie, to bear the poet laurenate a
dres a meinttg. WbeP be covered
who hbed the his emedla ItJ, be left

the baU In ladigatl.
--rwau uobbut old Wadsworh
RydaL lfter aw" be said seracfta y a
his return to bs family.

Plean k aOt We
A re oftea trssM by midd. bmehk-
leg dowa due to dasl l or esa1 pe*
ties. Bra"e ap mad te h Dr aKim
New Life Pills. Tu lsake t be m-
ter"al whbab arw aglayW rO
alee ad give yea sew stanr.
heriesd l m uir oeiie e AS dl
dreg etmsI s Wenseed.

mfts we am* emmom I soft
Tue kowa--h."
Le Vvw IL 1

f-*bUShllrd 4 1878

2u F.& YUT~ETON& CO.


Thetswa~in h ns1 webbW adeteam*a
mee Id Is ; I lues to paweflsemo aseof


3 U1AT ZMD'sr 1880.


Sea Islaa d Ootton.

Sea Island Cotton Seed, igand Twine. Walrus
Leather in tripe or Sides.

Manufacturers of the James Doir Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and S4pplies for Same.

Abrtmreu of Title and full laRormation furnbshed rardigl lands i t h
county. Our manager ha lived In this oounty tirty year and
is thoroughly oonversant with lan titles.

E. E-. VOO LE ,
seeing a number of prominent AmWrs mand EliW ompuele
Mgr-'O"" .-Fo^d
O Ijae u le ; ,IodA



Stock in the Emma Gold Mine

At the price today is the beet and safest Invetment possible to
'lhis mine is opened and ore on the dump. It is not an expert.
meant, bat a safe and aound investment.
With every $100 invested in stoek we will isue a 8 per cent Cold
bond, inering the aivestor from any possible ehaaes of loss.
The gold bonds are as safe as Government Bonds.
We would like to hear from you If yon sold be interested In a
firstlass lavnessit, aheolu tely safe, aad one with the brighteet pros
peet ad feature of say gold almneeer opened or discovered. It will
ber the ela t Inrtatloa aWd we would like to get you interested.
Fell part"laum for the mere asking.

Brolkrs, St Clair Iuildinm, Marietta, Ohio.

Send us a postal for full information. Mines
within 900 feet of the Emma have paid as hi hh a
40 per cent in one year. Watch the Emma Mine
and its dividends.

-11, 110 AC.II mohgi The l
M IMt~rrII m IlBT

O Im~ps ed ewrn ofas the WorM
Urn the For-helsa. 1swe Va*l is m

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to Doctors
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~bT~Fi~Eb ~, 1a29_


V Parson sof Jaksnhvillp, the
rs Satt iamner for the Fidelity
hin Lif !u Ieaaue Company of
I*e itndine a dsoy or wo
Mi~m~fa n fiefl E'bush itiehss.C

Bog% ?ksim Oftomiul Tod aIay THE YELLOW FEVER.
mdYTow Cum Begin. Tqfy Seo~&al New Caas and De hohs at Pen-

sacola and Now Or!,-i ns.
ik-t.us eaOtI a.I\%,t416It40"
~e 1, iw It- v r-Wrv .'vrr" 1411 wt

.. e *.a.* 'int o ea& tot'
jn' .lejathe. li I W.N

--.. -- -- i---.. ... Am .i oe.:w i ,j prop i er- li. '1, 'ctr oi (Iai, 71).
seanqd, formerly of this oity tles are Ve Qus. .ic al tklo teI Ei'ht i new oaees avid th ,,th itn
Kerbarid, formrerly t th city In Brttingy Hcalthy Color to the
SidLnging n.F.rnandina, shows Che-ka o k fPle nt,!h Sall,. WP to na-la ve*.teorday sh, Pt, the
SIn ProdChe ls u trnlth t,, the We to.
.eto interested yet in this section the Feble and the InvI. a; 1a hrititres* have yet i.o rk to ti
his name enrolled upon the Jent Trom uLhauSthutl r-t'. Conval- i. .l mpIn o, yaellhe, .r Pr.
ptlesm tIt of Tho 8on. Mr. Ken. In Cleaning the Er'tre system. Pr,,)a, Io ert, thy rourge
In Nourihibng the a% n,ir-itt.
s wrell pleased with Fernandina, In Roundtni Out the Thin. Peake4 will bm rouiel hbelor fro ...
Faee of Children,
irs r aln food memories or his old In BulMdin up on their Little Boldes At New Orlea
here. Friends will be glad to the Iltklrab Pink ant w\hlte Flesh. and
In Dottingatheir chekks with the Pretty New Orleans. Ot. \ N-t, rday
tllht e Is doing well. Color and Dmple that make Motbeueron hen the ph) Ina ad
mea Brt GladA. afternotn when %he ph> iio inmd
Te rimalis of Mrs. W. D Fagan oo91WLTIO oa their reports, nine new Cn -* ', re ad-
wentatitfe Yesterday to Proriidence, 10eas Aeaeillfor all Diiq be
ware taken yesterday to Pro idence a wet. ded to the lit and two d. ,
old home, where the funeral *er. To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a At noon today there w,. t vo cates
ioe were held, and the Intermenj Trial Bottle Free by Mail announcedand nodeath.- iotlcases
IVo made In the Providenoe burylng Wilt be ent on rqueat. Write by letter o date. 8,880. Total dIe, t.
gramld, where reltsivee are buried. OtomrulsloCo.,98 Pine St., NewTerT
Thedeathof Mrs. Fagan brings orrow AU Drun s-Two sie.v-Wa. & ad tL., C. W. Park Stock Comrn y Coming.
to many OlGnesville friends, where she .- ...- --- Thisoompany needs .. ii rodlcot,
wshlgihly est med for her charitable, LAND OFFICE BUSY. toa Gineeville audient t Iaher suo.
brilianllike disposition, and she will -- cre in enterrtining the I !, at this
bp greatly mined here. Numerous People Visited This City on place liat wsason guarf :,-. them a
Public Land Business Wednesday. full house at their perf rniAn.%,ts each
S_____ F The demand for puhli or (Gvern. night anst week.
'Whhie Drlling a Well at Windsor Pipe ment lands seems to t,, steady, and Mr. Park has brought! .,ilI him one
and Drill Were Lost. each month many homestead, are be. of the best repertoire inpatnl, he
arge Byler of Windsor. a progres- ing taken up lty new settler., anld oth,. has ever bad, so that the wents o o our
r e ytes of Wih dr.t a pr rs. ert who have been in tlie tlate long amusement loving pIeo|:, ill I 1 fully
-tei eehastl of that town, was a vial enough to appreciate what really good gratified during the entry c-eek
"IkrllIbiseity Thursday. Mr. Byles I land may be secured through the (0vi. They cone with a nit, waterproof
e eates an interesting story of a well I
whislk wa being driven by E. T. Fink- ernment homestead at. tent, new senery and a i repertoire
et, sr Windsor recently He states Among those who iere here Wednes. Iof lays.
lea, ear Windsor recently. He ses l on t
day to enter hoomeoe'adm and make Their
that Mr. Finklel, who was anxious for, to enter nd m Their tent will be -u a' ,I on the
I Mtrsupply fr irrigation ppoe, final proofs were I) F. Bennett of corner of Masonic and I a.t MSain St.
tileovothe well to a distance of p boureMonthrook, L T. Fowler of Broneno, Priers 2 8 and o.. M atinee on
idleve the well to a distanee of about .
i0 feet, when in one night the piping and James Welch and Joseph L. Pope Saturday at 2:80 p. m. I'rices 1 and
ak and has never been recovered.of Bell. These gentlemen are de-. 2 Cents.
!ek *nd has never been recovered. -- -- -
A drill was placed again in the well, srouof showing the lposlbilitie of Saved Has Lte
wher the same wu lost and all efforts the Oovernment .ol, and Ja.o gone to J W. Davenport,lWlit., Ky.. writes,
w 1 rery hebe nwork in earnest. it goes without say June 14. 102: wnt tell you
*i recovery have been unsuccessfol. June 14, 19W: **I want o. tell you I
This is evidence that the formation of iagl that they will make a sueees. believe Ballard's oSnow I.linment saved
It earth attbis point, as in many oth- LIST OF JURORS my life. I was under III. treatmentof
-.rpleesin Alachua county and this two doetore, andjthey tI d mee one of
eotlom of the State, is of crest, and is Drawn to Serve at the Fall Term of my lungle wa entirely gin.. and the
undermined. The wrll in question op the Circuit Court. other badly affooted. I aslot had a lump
to the time of the disappearance of Following is the lipt of jurors drawn on my side. I don't tbink that I oould
the pi0e gve a prolifle supply, the to serve at the fall term of the cirujt I have lived over two mrothe longer. I
water coming to within twenty fe of court for Alahau county. whieh will I was indeed by a friend ti, try Ballard's
the surface. The well is now perfectly convene on Monday, Norember 18: ow .iniment. The firs applistion
4*dr, and it has been impossible to lnd 8. E. Bauknight, Henry Parrish, bga l me arl relief; two fifty en
a sending in the two-inh hole which F Vaulhn Wile Hin, J P. botHle o erad el e soned and well. It le
S th rigina drii.F. Vaughn, Wiley Hine J. P. HarTy. awooderfalmedielsaeani I recommend
s the original drlling. F. W. Polk, W. J. Jones, W. S. Wor. t to alleerag humanity told by W.
INDUSTRIAL EDITION. y, Frank Roal. W. C. Smith. Geore JOloll.

The Sun's Many Friends Will be Pleas-
ed With It.
The many friends of The 8un and the
entire populeoe of Alachua ooanty
will be pleased with our Industrial
'JSitls, whbih ie now belog prepared
Or toiue on November 16th. The illos-
soted features will be of interest to
all, and facts regarding Alachoa eoou-
'*y will set forth lts resouree In their
true light,and show to the world what
we have here in both soil and elimate.
The boeinee ren of Gaineevlle have
-take much interest in the work. by
wy of advertising, and we appreciate
the public spirit manifested A card
3i this publication will come before
thoesands of reader, so if you have
4een overlooked by our solieilor, omeo
40 The San odfle and we wall arrange
to give you space in it columns, if you
ae deeirous of publicity.
COre Winter Cough.
J. E. Gover, 101 North Main street.
Ottawa. an.. writes: "Every fall it

reasoor u. rnD. rnP er, w. Tillis, .y
M. Stalls. JM. Beville. E. A. Flowers, Sacramento, Wal., OriIn *.
H. R Stokes. JF.C. Hayeoh . lnl mT or a (rl )
Atwater, I. M. Bryao, V. V MeQues dayo I thI ,s o of for1. r 4tat0 k.-lt
W. L. 81ocuta, S. L. Crews, J. B. Dougl. or dy mon. onvl.ee of trll ry, k4,
las, A T. IPureo, J. R. Thomas, J. 0. muon' o attorney. In n:l !nl miscouuct
Thio0. W. 0. Bonlwre. A. J. Feeler, ou the part of the jry had brouibt
8. P. Wa. '. M. DeS. A. E. Sum-I at court two dow,, tu quart wthis
mer. R. 8. Bradley, J. I. Ed*l J ky bottles wafrchi e ae i,,ed *efr
W. Bennett. J. L Orawford. fonj I ury n fter the trial.
Doctors Said He Would Not Live. W rb trstlfr l that A e Ii keep
S er of a restaurant ri thli jury was
Peter Fry, Woodruff. Pa., writess! brded. Ie sa hat rth. deputyy
'After doctoring for two years with shriff lnstrucetd I. uP, I. It ,. )urorm
the best physicians in Waynlbur, ti, ar cociwtalil b, r brtakti.r n.d
and still gettlg worse, the doetors ad- l. r and wine at ,I l1 ItI U a:,, I.d
vied me if I had any business to at- O behalf of the xp. !.t i *i in e
tend to I had better attend to I at L hows that whoen tirr. lrtrat.1e s up.
one. ua I could not possibly lively o occuapacy of a r',Mn Illey fomud
Iaother month o there was so cure I Iriet Ilot of men c ie In it
for me Foley's Kideey Orse was e. I -- ---
om ended to me by a friend, sad I Mwd~ er Starve. s*f to Death.
immediately seat my eo to the store buttm, Moot. (o : Jamns, P.
for it. and after taking three bottle I Barles. awaitllae t, fr the murder
began to pet better. and *oliaoed to of PIatrk H)lase. improve u1l I wasu ntirel well." J. I I. adie In t.te coin' jl last n aibi ap
W Meollum Co.pareaty from .,se .stavato
Itrslte fror FthaI 5I D shsre.&i

bs boee my wife's trouble Iton eel a In Meyor's Court. I aed l fotr lh 1a. I 4e'r hdm ro.
es re Id,a. d therefore to ough all Maneht,, li Hleand Will t 4robbar, rink. o tlnth a rIeI ato si "
inter long. Last fall I got her a bo- two eolred haek driers who a are as Ingl trrr I-m a m *b 4 eIrln a,
tI of Horeoond b yrup. S She o*ud it eostomed to meet o be train, seem 4e. temp to lyc I fh ,iK t oe t .aato
d ha been able to slep souadly all tormiard to aseoy the oAweer bs 11glo e isde" s aasu, *eatul attempt a
alght logl. Wheaever the eough troulb r beonl what s known as 1he1 ded lie. bu. ess llt hi ,.G .e1b a so eak
bls her, two or three does op tbe The dead lan e Ia line tablished be. 'ikewIS a pmot;o. I fast tat It re
esgh, and she Is able to be op and ond wheh no haesmal or hotel por twed to b~al Ilh. 'wO
wmll" Ik, 0e and $1 S.ild by W. M. er Is permited to go, ealiee Ommo. .. on__
Joboo. ed, under penalty of a soeg meaIelpl i Now Cure for Ceaer.
A Succorful Farmer. law. and whenever a fellow i this line i All rf se e ,re asee o kbaes
Ob. Meleiney of Graham *w sbusitmem puto hg l oer te to I be Mble by kie'** Anl
b eod s o at hi own rsk
Ssisiter to thie eay yesterday. Mr Hale sad Iotlrobl arars r it. es. al*.4 t Je Ialers of DeL st. Va..
UseKlny Is what might bt- elled anld:t "I Ma a e ndhr as Iy elip i fe
* Aviegael lamerisa every sene" of 1re s the @Ied of rable. till frik.
ol-sd.nahUlg about all the nteerdt but. while embt ooe. they my k'ay e Artes aile ed t r d on- I
li kl pe.l i also to be determn.,sd w erewet. for oa to pseofe04y j ll" =U- S Ie
io- 1 Nlfek hipoM w.w pl ty WIIaMday tty orersepped sbi ffoe tU and bkrr,. Me a Jll drl
Sepn ftor imaurket. Among his esaple Iu with the ili ikua iew ...

onpe bew twelve"m of sweet pow V ero arrested for voltioag thr ordl. Low scuee w esse
toss mN tretoshroe-fearsbe of a s "so ane.d faifd ni th. sycioe s~1to YeMmesnd rebu V &iaeAtsshe
hehmw atueyrl Wd 913 0 mist. Thursday moruleg $1 Owd ee555 0&b COsm L U se s es m. noglok
,Beblbeess i sweet pow-coo. e, do- sadcus do-:P- b
al"beughewIN laS twenty "m son wmta 'ia .We hutn oWvme iSests
vier. so wes Oka Ame vipr wbw perly 1. termed 'h wigh6" owipI F.ro ImaJOAV,1. Op t seJ aieL
486 m eap6 &be maee osyrp H ie V.b bet'"Iey hev11ad a lewnaOs& N Z)D.flome Page" $A D 0*.rpm
g em wndl "g youshe mihes He ci Jobs itlow-.. au04 Jobst 0,0 A ew gid Uusaw esh., fa11D V. rue f romf
a"iyset ke r reeweSv* P'm I s a oter b w poses$ 61ll m SMe OSi A4IM
'ad b" empsued of eghtbarel.14 kw osswy winad "t m bomed %bgeS .CaftLAne fashews Ihmsso Se.
as" of ftI 0 t oareI .M. "06" ab. tLm, "A hNd enj ,,
:Owi O mem t ss Po Per Amwantin T"y ere a vse"Maese sr so" ther Ifss

j -.- -I~cr
4L W. Winc. Tessc Jew ~ r u ~I e w Lift.

4UM& Ifte WMW dp bw UN be m
ft"IL ftwow meSwev)m


Actual Sterility in Women Is Very Rare-Healthy
Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes.

Many women lonsr for a -Idld tto blem Itry L.!ixAK. Pintkhtls'sVegsabs .
thvis r houiex. lImt, be.mw if a~d.*j~1. thil, simtl. 141I iipmvaO_ a
ability or dvplanirvmne .of tilo t I) dtaklla II h. at I I n WA utrb I Itowl e aY
orgaiia they are I.rrvi,. mluk..thgng tN Ihe for, and all Ut. eedil
OW-14611111111a t(l JIVO fWw, avul all te (Tedh I
P'reparatiiiii for hraltliv m ettetiatrrity aj dn' d t4)lya K ltukbhaa's Vegetable (
socotupllthe by h~ I.%iliat I'I- i ilkli. ),.mg% I "I'IiI
Vog'etable.om 110titi rt114" % .vl' k i ik M r MIa P Wharv1, Se4mta-ry of
titan by ay atI er uaed eigie. Itiv. b4a iitit th NO-th Sia ("rast LeaI Modleoy.
r ives tone Sand atrcue~iiit) toet iiti'~rt II'li' ,Noruman, Milwaukee. Wis.. wrtt"
mO oAlt., iratitma dlietlamittat il I waxt orrato ier e yl earGW1pvs
A womanan W114) I III 6rllu brk 111 1 rnl totw t pretntatura, cU'w~i L7'iI
condition tranutmits to he'r 4ti IIIrigii I lq. I'lis lkhukit i'tsrvi tpm 1111011 MI W
bimkiasingiof a geaeel iistlutitii, I 1 tol 11W, I An$ W cll I 0Lad I k f t,
It ohaiaaiet nA 11Wria a wvak, "r s
not that an inc4-ttive to prtparv for a, so) a tne, ha1 Y hav nd dboalitby
healthIy misternltr t) wv#n n, nitl, I ln. Ithin t wo SI
It1 1ex tagt mitothers would fortify v littlio irl vwn horn wbi hIs
*hemser' H. with I .ba' I:h K 1,1i,1eaus1,1'v "'I tkrhem1"11. RtvwyJ. I
Vegetable Compotitu'i.t whh for I hfairvI lIC 1 %irt v IInk h NUPIWIlt
years hais attainedd Lhenaiksuilmlf UOVA 11101t. 1h.mlith.4,n8i hap 11979 ;-u40-61
lb nintipt ewnti~tjtion. 1, FI h %oi i ou Id 140
be a ensr tl'creane It Ieehe.arrholt l, it If a an%-woman thinks she Is sterile,
safferingr. silan (In db4ejIex1j~uit,,,,* aat aor lmeu.uliuteabouimt her ability to rnry
birth. P. 'l II I 0 to a pustiers' birth lot her write
The folluewIhig letter' tciNimePink I4) Mrs.. ltikhaui, Lynn, Mama., who*
harm dde mon autrate the' 1 wvr r 4' &lia "1"l' 1` Inr to all eealatl& 4
IL Plu am'ra Vegetable booup aikkleai iatwuhu ld.'lit nmaaeesle lutb N. tam .tpa
sech eams. thouautenuls of wturen through thlisarni
Mrs. L. C. Olover, Vicpr-Pn-deint of iiiiiii pi a-HK.
Milwaukee Itetainpan Wigvinan Ae-*x ia.'eim J o t afferini with Irrep Ier or
Uom, of 614 Uruve SLreet, Milwaukee, Painful mernstrual ian" Ivu""rr h06 4
W In., writ"ee; "VlantI, s evratlOm or inIr lam aoCS
of the womb. that bearing down he&
DW ra, IaPrlkm- Ingor ovarlin trohloh, bahsh., blWaik
w mas inrried for e verl pars n and Ini for nervous pritotralle, ahoe*1 re
Mrass-e ouar abu m&Tbed m member that Lydia M. 'lrnk hama Y V
[b, M ~Off weale,"vtriuiuamwi,"
t *ilt ('omCtposad holds & t rheese
om so fiare so elilrem saimen I emk
ag wnfsIW*hsnfie, the eatest atumbeor of actual rSa
in vaa fI yara tw e s ue ht"ah Of of wroman 's il,11 0nsi aceept so mke
be~is -A51 1i a eftal~skil tute.
011b4w11a"b barm 8110iWbOMbikkolim% Ed Rod"
Iq Ik~r Im ~ IrI I - 11011P OO~

Reprt of Cotton Ginned.
W4ahlnglul, Oct(l M Ta* crnus
bureau IrsueJ a bulletin today pilarlin
the ootoa Ilnbed In the Iraltiel ht(te.
op lu Octobr II. at 4,n40 721 bales
roumd bala belag routed an iasl
ba The statement Is bam d on re
ta mad by thk b burseu's spoal
agets lIa the ael

veye Armed Like SeMlte ArrP ed.
Chicago. 0.t. M AriOed, hn-a
like, with two revolvenrs S. .L
Isb eg1arettee sat litaTi a a t
three boys were arreted yesterd1r
sear l aW a In la I ve the 4 .
Seer fHead what was left of M4
e1garetrle, averal baose of ir f S MA
sevetrI revolvers

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Revea&L. ihse a, aid l Fac'i.tj t covering
8tudine tlunderlying (oufMal if Mrket
Movemen t&
Reviewin, analyzimat'arid &Vticnse Railroad
&Wd Industria.I rl terrtos.
Hwu txmjltel#. tuiltble of UiinItp of
Quotwe Aclj'v. .4d iiuiCtive Sbtuki sand
Reowryk the, lAt W eofof Bonds &UAW
yield On I n v #*rften t at thb prio
Amwxwerx, without charge, inquiries con-
oerning I nyfwtmentaW

rS sh elu sm~h13 AL U3
"" ~sod K hNse' pd ft a b huIbNOO
Meeakthee ow ew am 98


Ifl) JONE8 & CO,
bum 0044 bw 1usW
?or OLOW IM Adam 31 ff WALL uriary.
00s fare 1 1 a Ib






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m-1" Wall
U~3IcOR3UAlt M at a I'bUlbi.
... ..HLEY ..... As te t r.
NL RuHvltw../.. .....c. C14 oN .
J., BHU$I FY. Uen'l htvll*i tAXON&

PREW Sum... Sup Oompesft baoss

i W. Maia 6tet~t, s. TazwkmwuOn 4

Ti UDAILYV sut, published every rot lolge
epr Monday, deUwered by carrier nl tle city, or
'a~i mtoad to any pat of the United State, potaI
keo, fors a year; a.5o sisx months; s1.sS three
'' mtlr;oroo ats for five weeke-slrHctly a

S radill noticks in local column so ceont s a
firhet lisertion. and 5 cents foreach ddisttin
ati ffor display advertising made kftLSe* e
p,". muWtie..
The Twice-*-We .sun is an elgbt-pa, fortP
oluams paper, putlimhcd everyU Mo y rdlI
S TrdMby, and coutns all th mew m of
i. k, local, state oad gomeral, sad wiU ta
i alted, potage frte, to say part of e thAtted
a ltes or Canada, for 1.0o a year- sU* dw.
All advertising bills beomle d aftr tn
appearance of advm'resntst, uess o0iArwIi
S irtlated in contrt. Part es t mtb to
S rnW be required to pay for adveMel e hi
aVao. Addr e, THR DAJrLY I,.
OAWUivm5j, t .

The demand for earpemterun still
very good no (Glateville.

tate life inagranee Is the remdA for
theb present hil.-L vy Tlmewl.m.-

Bir Thoma Ligton will try fot the
Amerioa's oup It 1907. It psOI to ad.
STrtils. __

The Tampa TriboaIe s talking sow of
t11 "foture hombe ." What's the Pat.
otr with thibl ouptry

Botinsmen s a s i ealse the flt that
Advertisloi pay but all men who nre
tl beolses art not boi mes mn.

The Panama *al is now et down to
e ompletod In tam yao. Tbht is
what the onsalting eagOiar says.

The First Realiasr of Florida Bate
Troops, a eamp as Luke Olty, havy
abow. that the rnlment is ader good
S dioelpline ad a reldi to the Bltae,






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will settle here.
Is Toukege, Ala the platform from "Upon the arrival of the second ox.
rhieb P nrldot HRooaevelt addrlesed eoarlon il am goin to make an effort
e dlstens of that place as vined to et several of the most prominent
i 190,000, being ade of bale of ow. members of the party to visit the State
m. Fair at Tamps, so that they can get a
-"--- fair idea e1 what Florida raise."
The Chinese ar, ntill In hard look. fa e of whad l Edlitio of The
vBTe the preenea bestowed oa he Gailesville Daily Rba will be on hand
Preld.e. daughter are .sobjt lo for distrlbution at the Fair, and It will
the bosm dulty ao (hec angor cacn no doubt attract some of these home-
h b ykr w ere to our county. It will have
-ioeh of lnteret In Is paoes regarding
It is now known that those Japeanee te produate of Alachuas oonty. It
itaal olocers who got away with $1i,- will be a most favorable time for our
300 were .artly eduoasld In the Unite people to put Ia a word for Alaebua.
Itate'. laid they hee graduate the We should be ep and doing, if we
nam would have bern mueh greater, desire to let pol to locate here.

Therr are thousands of people la tie .. .. Dm'. : t,.
North that would emote to Florida t t o tr io..A p:.
reIlde if they oly knew of Ut iternaioanl stle o Areae splorers
abundant resources of this StUtI. Is proposed Io l elgMis. Thqhigh por.
They have an idea that half the lad i po0n of I I to ted so bo rh ytem.
ioder water atiLain of Aretle travel.' Ther leeom
a positive need for this impremaemt.
High rates at this i. aon of the yasr When Ist es fully etabliahed we o ay
n thbe reat lakes atr the incentive hope to see the relief expeditionesart
to overload the Igraln carrying vesesl. out la the s lme time au the apilde
and that is the lcair of lite.rous di.- explorers so a to obe right ot the spot
alern. The gr' td fir gain oaurs when they are needed."
many a wreak on liuid ntl el se
SIt eeipeoted that thte Oeneral As-
The real estate hilrket t this city is sembly of lowa will be asked this wis-
st~ady and th- a uraice tihlt work ter to paO a bill requiring life iaser.
will be beluu on the niw t university anoe ouompanle to make a distribution
buildings in ltceenlbr hla hal al a I of proflte to poliey-holders ot lee
desey to live dealers mor c- ontildne. than ones iL five years, and lteo a bill
Th e coming year will ltiow a va.t 1. rvluiri lg the investment in Iowa of a
provemoent n tiainexnll, ceretrla part of the reelpts from lowa
poley .holders.
The Minnepoali, Jourtnal "s i r On, ( T or To -a o,
ertary Taft'l rieportitd lstatelentt iti t 1It .x to'ornT M
he woiod oauew th di.sal.,tl frv,,i Frank J. ('hney makes oath that be
West Potnt of any clade guilty ot brti- ,. seior iartner of the frm of F. J.
UlW or unfair Ptaeti( in the ciiotllg fti't*. benej lo dolir buaiaes laI the
ball with An.ialois. esunveys a hit kil l y ol Toledo, county and btteafos.r
that the tkiovrntnuat', war wrhool i.,d sad hi id ha said frm will ay the
t a fair wayI t Io hi.e levelrn iroud stur of Onl Hundred l\llarn for eLo
llbtla 1 a>, -very rw of etarrh thhat eanase
tw ciued by the use of Hall's O(atrrh
1 Is te pted that the (tirmatll i u r ('t mlm J. C('ari.
bgeidew, who is speted to arrive, t i S orn to tfor, me s d submerbed
oIll MY slkrsN. fht% 9h day of t)Onso
'WeLton sm ooar. ill wsek to open ier. It 1 tA A. W. ;LaasOi.
foreeal aegllotin luaooIa its r a coi 1 L I Notaryi Publie
M %nmai t blotta, Grmany aynd' liall's t'alrtrh 'u'ore. Wtke later.
roa Ui treaty abe This to rrnanyrd dalj, aid acts directly on the blard
Unte .ab Thisa n' surfaee of the system.
at Waelsitoe as an ImdSatio thait S~d for ~teimnmiala. fte
Oermay approeelales she lesemity of r iV a-m ingl a more oeiaillatkry atitullod id by il dr tsite. tf.
twardsi thl country. a'is a mly Pills for os*.


S~seIIegqd Ce., IOLeeswRY. m
amasan laumws r

Laitiv R Fur sminp

The ew wa zadiv Dows
sm grips or nauseate.
cume stommh And liver,
Iscube sand chromirmaw
-=on m by -primag tb
st~Zars cmatheaontoc
ch. liver ed bowels.
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rualn Qe. Meseure 4 Qia
ma"Use Oub Itye ....... Om
NEiscim Coub RBye... Mtoo
16 loaaa qS tR ye ... . 1 10
meowrr's -Rye......... I 3
aebiW two" --. I .... .... 4 be
allsh W lOt.. ... ...... 317
pleallsk a sady ...... .. .. to
APOW NsWAYd.......3875
e1WAOnUbS....... .. .$to
percOwes" Corn I
Ue rrsh Os .211(
Orepebend 37.to
rr Ler UgerIkrbk 3 75

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lam N. OW.Ha, Puci e
Gus. W. H wrn Vlee.PsIicm

Bulk G ed-Jags Free-Net Prfpai
1S I Per Gthon:
Rye. Un. Corn. Good rrade.
WOO Per Ualloc
Rrye. in. Colrem Rum. Fine quality.
L.0 Perl allowss:
Rye. Uia. ('or. RIm. H~t for the money.
KOO) Per (a1Ulon:
"*4" Riy Peach and Apple Brandy. Nellow-
ed by wse.
s.00 Per OUlloe:
Vletoria Rye. Socalt Drolr Rye. medielsal
RnM paw 110
m p er ..i Oi 0
MaIt *ue sdarkt I
Ootaer. Imported. 110
Prise ib the bbL. Os ppilea.om..


H. E. TAYLOI, Cashier
Laa GOaXA., Aa. Oashier

ow GA.WN38VILLrm.


SOlta ......... *... ..........$50,0oo 00
u Surphl and Undivided Prots... s0,ooo 00
-s __ *BT- AToL sas.

L. TATYWLO W", 0 .



Pr''?um GkOC




"Why all 4hILellabloso about life
iasural., aet .aao and sorrup-
tion. Every rey has been paid upoa
maturity; witbher by death or other-
wise, uad will continue to be paid.
What more can be asked?" is the tri'
tamphant declarstions of the life ls
urarooe manager that have
found out sad are now on hen
A statement better eeafUla1W'4a
asperate oad embitter pei Boi
cannot be coseeived. Alftr ta0ider.-
In millions of dollars opols odlis.
favorites and pets; tn 'boyli plie ale

pulls from easy virtwd fflatltd Samte
Senators aid other pabilb *ltclrla; In
eorrlptlng Lsiletorie; la ootribo -
tsi n the b iedrAl of thboamade of
dollars is t eorropslic fadli of at
lefoa ot polital" party; n extrava-
Xos" of Smaspmemt unparalleled in
fiMse t I hatI I h ndds o( thboo
M11 P11t 1 1 11;0ndsof e rve sst
#Ml l4 S tnt4 a-ed (SwAnd
fMvrill them, sad more, to bave hon.
4dfeefm gallons of "corplus" left to
be sed in the ebhemes leveated by
"frealed flanna" to ploader, polley
holdne and other outrageoouly and
lN1ll to bos that there l rI e ough
money left o pjy all death losea sand
ainssletpl a tbey anmure, is equivalent
to calling policy holdersa n the moet
bratUl way possible that they have
bon robbed,as it bt a Iaol of bri-
o _dl, If polley holders had been re-
qolied to pay only the legitimate ex.
OTpeam of eeudutiol the life insuranee
bolonea all thoes squandered million
aa sheo giantio and predatory "eor-
p1a" wold beo h the pockets of policy
holders. The whole massu oostitotee
a osheme of plunder unparalleled.


Wilbor MYaoy. agriultural and im-
migration ageat of the Atlantic Ooast
LUe Rallway Oompany, returned yes.
terday from an erteneive ist through
the Northwest, ays The Times-Unloa.
While Il that aeetion Mr. MoOot
distributed about 100000 iroulaan, ad-
vertiilng the lbhap homeseeker' rates
to Florida, via rie Oosst Line, whiah
has already broogbt several hundred
settlers to to e State.
'I am positive," said Mr. Meooy,
"that on November 14, when our see.
oad homeeekers' exeorsion Is run to
Florida, we will brinr several hundred
settlers, The eyes of many prominent
farmers are turned toward Florida,
and I have been assured that many

- ii i .es s ae
Fliie bjad hbther the people m
loyal o iS hd of tLhe teonrmnbt
and rtrf lveroment itUl be mut
hare bh-p aoe th ,n stistld with thi
patrio*m wanB if eluded. But he eoold
howrfoald'out the troe seniiment by
ioiag layone who had ever viStl
Florida, for there is no denylt lhb
stemenft'tbas the people of this S6ta
areas no r tohe g a I the g any
Had the Preldent been In Flor'da
on laes rth of July he wood have
be b hiapily osrprised to hear the
jhlidrea ll "Yanksee Drodle," "The
iar. Bpoegled Banner" and many
other peortlese oogs. The people of
Florlds a sortainly as loyal as any
and they a loyal to all who somewhere
to abide i th em.

Jaekmonville 1, to have a Keeley In-
stitu1te for te eur of aleoholism, mor-
phine and Jalliloa ginger habit. If It
works seeeafully on the Jamalea',
there will be a large enrollment frol
this seoona, The Keeley treatment is
the bet $i the world, and many mina
isters. lawyis doctors, and men ngw
in high standlog, can thank the Keeley
treatment for saving them from a
drunkard'e rave.

The Bloootatown Demo3rat wants a
printer, and will never be able to ap-
pear on time ootil one shows up.


In Ike Tr to Get ide of Dendle
Withmet Hrwplede.
Did you ver ee any one trying to
w-iJh themselves without soap or
water? *
If you did what would you may of
It s every bit aU foolish to try to gt
rid of Dandrufl and to prevent Bald
ness by feeding the lerms which cause
It. with Caathrarldes. Vaseline. Olyce-
In* and sImilar substance which form
the principal Ingredlents of most so-
called Hair Vlloo.
Newbro'a I ercllde In swteumul be-
eause it atacklu and kills the parasitio
germ which afed on the hair roots.
It Is the original and only genuine
scalp germicide manufacture&
Sold by leading druiteta,. Pond iet. In
stamps for ample to The Herplcide Co.,
Detroit. Mih.
J. Bedltmfd Co.. pecial Aeutasn


60S0 AP OmnDmmuD Uy
W. M-L- J03E6rtqS 01q -aS1X1e s rll1e.

If You Are Insured..

In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correotly
Written With Liberality of Poliey Contract and the Company
Pays Lossew Promptly

You Are Aspured
That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some

Fire, Lie, Accident and Healti lsurance.
) None but Reliable Companies Represented.

) A. M. CUSHMAN, (
Information sheerflly frniashed. GAINEOVILLE, FLORIDA


Whiskies, Wines, Beer and MaIt.



1~ AImSSPYI that stp Inbrn.lb wbruee ~rm
mrv ed Pak
PWIU~nt3At3S" -wthe oeswthe Ihuma I'sme
men 6sfm a frenldn tv thecdgA dmik the M4seiee


wife had hesa srribrhg e ;. wi
vhs. I vs pesmeded is me
SNOW md hwwmt wma abow ma e aku
be" Ac sodft 1 am2oS 0 .f
THRU SIZES 2309.300 Mi $1.00

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HIk ~ysinp From Various
Bestions of Q.t.


in "The Land of Flowers."
**Bolled Down" to Suit the
Reader-Items of Interest to
Dp0 Otsy now has a town improve-
Ia-t moeety.
T:h Baptist church at Umatilla has
rhased a home for the pastor.
TIIsville has given a 25-years' tele-
hoe frieahiae to 0. Z. Mandeville.
Miami will have four new policemen
poeiated and they will all be onl-

The-freight choose of the Atlantic
SLine atOrlando i going to be
The fbh and oyster business at Cedar
ir now booming, and large ship-
tea re being made daily.
Tampa has so many Italians that an
a theater is to be opened there.
y not open a macaroni faetory?
The United Confederate Veterans of
ke City have ehoen delegates to the
alon at Tampa, Novemiber 16th.
IThe main reideae and business see.
of St. Petersburg will have paved
nste. Marl or reck will be used.
I bidders for the construction of
Inew jail at Jacksonville were all so
that all bids were thrown down
IBowling Green is soon to have a n*w
up-to-date hotel built of brick and
up with the most approved fur.

bits Gorda baa the reputation as a
lug town. One boat had over
pounds of mullet that lately ar-
A here.
e oranges from the Fuller grove
Oakland, Orange county, have been
direct to the owner of the
is England.
St. Augustine Rifles team again
the Tailaferro trophy at the eon.
at Camp Broward, spring 807
is, and bad one substitute in the

edgeOordon of Tamps has eased
on some of the gamblers in that
letting them off on $1CO fines,
o he could have popped it to them
B. HRckeby of Cleveland, DeSoto
ty, has sold 600 sere of timber
d to E. M. Putnam, who will work
for turpentine. Mr. Putnam bas
ht other large tracts in that see-
a. I
The smeriffof Late county is invest.
ting the burning to death of an in-
st I a bouse near Minneola Sun-
ay eight. It s said a flight was in
pogrerl la the houte when it cauIht

Penasola seems to be sorely af'tnet
ed. Besides having a hard strupdle'
with yellow fever, they have the mean-
g thieves on earth-the ones who
S el lowern from the graves In the
The Webter High School has nr-
Palad a literary lb. The subject
f O ebte Friday evening wa: "Re*
NeOd, That the Negro Shoold be Pat
1 Ba0ervation Like the Indian." The
aleatlve woo.
hy are telling a joke on Mr
Teef who went to Jaeksonvtlle lat
ktiay, to the eleet that he *eat a
higIrs eliaL Mrs. Yoong that he
Ihad ga left and would aot be home
eOwi et day. The JoW w that the
telag on ws seat at IJ p. m where-
S~hetla doeeo leave until 2 o)
-Da es Timoe-Iemoert.
To Prevent Ceessmptpe.
W- s4te. t(t. M The Assoel.
SAM Cbfl eommitt*ee a the pre-
1aMg af OoasumptLon sad improve
Saf It b-sla condition4 hbas taae
Sq@- T Iettr to be distrtbted all
th e ity The comalttee
SI g pgO tle of GeIsemptoo pre
f deliver toet s ts a har s.

b eit sawn spuawodl d W seo a
gebt- sad beolay. **

U1MW mo; --d Se

-& m n% SPeo -sop" .
Srm'-~arW& .d4g


We don'f put S(,ctt's Emul-
Ston in the class if .advertised
curt-alLs; it doe-n't belong
tht re. We hardly likc to use
the word "cure" at a!l, but we
.rc (bound to say tliat it can be
u-sd for a great many troubles
ui:h great sati,,faction. Its
special function iI t) rei)air
the waste of the blv when
the ordinary fkod d ts not
nourish, and this rains that
it is useful in manv cases
which arc indicated by wast-
T We'll SCOTT& BOWNE, 4o t'eatl Street New YVork.


Crowd Thought Woman Had Been Run
Over by Big Machine.
La Angreles, California. (k: 2t.-
Mrs. Thomuas Lang.elui, of tti ,icity,
was so severely injurttd in au;lhtiitn
from a street car last night that death
may result, and HWlliam R Rueis. a
salesman for an automrotle coiirctrn.
was threatened with l cajlns at titr
hands of a mob of excitedr pe*rsnic, who
mlsaoostrued the mnotlie of tile lat
ter's kindness in reNimo:ng the crip-
pled woman to her hbonte
Mr. Langlhela steipptd from a car
while It was in motion, was thrown.vio.
lently to the pavement aad seriously
Immediately following the accident
Ruess. driving an automobile, rounded
the corner, and comnpreoending the *lL
Baton, with the assistance of other
passenera on the car, lifted the wo-
man into his machine and started for
a physician's office.
An immense crowd had gathered It
the meantime and the idea gained cilr
culation that he had run her down with
his automobile and for several min
stes an anspwct of serlousness surround-
ed the scene.
Cries of Lynch him!" flled the air.
and the vehemence of the expressions
of the angry crowd maJe It imperative
that Reus get away hurriedly. Ieav-
lag explanations to his friends. .e d<-
parted at full speed and Mrs lang
helm was soon under the oare of a ,oc.
tor and was later removed to her home
where she lay In an unconscious coadi.
tUo throughout the night

Astonishing Incident.
It was, to all her friends, an aston.
isling incident that Mrs. I. H. Hunt of
Lime Ridge, Wie was cored of her
dreadful lsekaee. "Doetors'" she
writes, "had given me up; friends
were ready to bid me the last farewell;
clouds of despairdarkened my horison,
and I was a wreck on the shore of dme.
p'ndency. when I began to take Else-
trie Bitters for my frightful stemaeh
and liver complaint. To the eatolish.
ment of ll. I was benefited at osep
and am now completely aod miraeO
loo*ly retoJred to health. At all drug
stores; price @ k Iuarantoed.
leveted Railwey oSttin oeatrfyed.
Chloamo, Oct N -The -o wetat
ao the Soutk iMde evatle radUlro at
wlob was epeand for psesegers aly
a few days a.g wua detroId by bre
eay today Several trails wer
Itraaded betweeat etatles. ele
ia aarImet antblta serw the etti
wee aros4e by the esaea sd a y
of them bd to the street ta pa ie.
'lb eaoe of the ite IMseped to
bavs bees a derangamest iae eles .
tsal eqaupmet.

StreOaem Oppeeue" to wee0 Sela.
OwIase". tah, OctM.--ese
epetat of rese sareIke are Mr aOd
Iga. Pr4 Hetw. whose tIrweeth dM
was he yesterday, all e iw a f
ea tes ft ree Predete. Jr. ihe t
Il tw eldeet, wts t th o tMt t
oe irl. who hbe yet -pee hr yw
as the wenr. are heaMby w dbpp
eae haa the me:ruse of "lai t
graad TaX r r ar4d eag te as ab

puN of Tragic Mwaing

,m led ri ,te rrbae em- I he
b"d *e akes the medtbIn shesi
whI he wueaI "I1 bd a fel m~
she dI Sy eights I a te
evryahia. be asNhltg we stWe
as. email I teeb D. Kia soeDw i Naw
ty IW _ei -4860. Iaetand at .
,bb esmpleteii or4d lausmes-
l caeae sd pwsraesSIy *eu eM
iH -- --ed eW-4Wneve" wI Owles
g p-e---. AI S dW aIeA&
ag ed 3 80s 61..
he- -bif.

ComUt WIte To Be Premier.
9t. Petersburg. Oct. 2t; The an.
nouncement made in dlsp.i h, that
Count Witte would shortly -nUmo as
premier and head of a res;, 'ii, cab.
in-t, now seems to be ful! Itfirrnied
It cn be stated poetively :at enm.
p tor has tendered the po O ,f pre.
mier of the cabinet about f.rm.
ed to the count, who. how A guird-
ed his acceptance with r n condt-
tions, which were placed ,re his
majesty an the form of a m '1 imem-
orandum. Count Witte is to have
Informed the emperor, I: is usual
fearless manner, that hb Ald ac.
cept the position only on t' ,indltiton
that Il. would be real p n tr. with
a working cabinet, and n .!, mere
figure head of an irreapons !. iody.

Mad Cat Attacks Woan.
Macom,. Ga., Oct. 6.-M IK B .
W'aler is lyinl at her ot n a very
critical condition the resu; fierce
attack from a mad oat. r tranre
feline entered the room %,ire Mrs.
Waller lay ill. mounted I., i hed and
sank its teeth deep into I, atuis he-
fore any one could render ti stance.
She was powerless and !agerous
wounds were Indicted. l* cat was
killed by Oficer Tom \ :su, who
came to t;U rescue, and li bead Ie
now in Atlanta being exau: tdl to de-
termine whether the anima waM uf-
fering from hydrophobia. tr. Wal
letr is the wife of I W:i o.r prop1l.
etor of a lunch room at e southern
Who would keep their children in
good health should watch for the first
symptoms of worms, and r n iroe them
with White's Cream Vermni It is
the children's best tonic It gets di-
gcstion at work so that th.er fud dows
them good, and they grow ij healthy
and strong. Bold by W. M. Johnson.


('lesallies ('a kilg ar attire.
Everything in Season Cook, I t, 4)rder.

S t ,, ) I n U A d 1 1! 1 L



i 14 r O r. A .0 N % I, r. .

t0e West Main titrte


Parailse for hunting and Fishing

Thi boW to wadr moo !, n 'mu.et r mr
wW aopssbbrl. tin.Ian w, *ewlar H
GeoommuMaEOM OM beunt r. bunl je0r,
W,~1 S mil r x.Ya O*lt IlewbIkesd
Seeb for meeweods&tM *.' .aeeM tmaLle.
for bsdft Mi Ib p ert it, -
Pr resm a" 600semineaI .Ioi s dmwe
XIM WILA THO A" lr rPle.
Ueeii HMMr He id1crear

Naan Y~our Herl Clear

A a ioursammloet Ifrve a* laistuue
thUsiftryuouwouel be hat a ibJepur
fammilb MA low# rokus a
fishr sd tour fethuu in.
1 e0 smOs as Oarth So % a Mae a
be is eis by eual rr- c as As rt.1
meser sm ca" beg or asud at. she
SI" moIr bear Thv bee ke *O
pj~fa UMeasr ,aags clt an alowbWau
W"s mcibake It OSlr broad e"t easW
iNO" &boa bomp-amosiOmesit unea..t
5Is to so stb niae b5iiwabt.0

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SILRawlins & Coo
a"4"sMrs stI jU,4 a ("n


gsebs (Idtles, veead 1IlW9W.
Room 7. Illkv Kulidea,
112 West l ool
uiwa. Wivesoe PIOWIl sm'eq (CO
Seq. U'he.Se.lI.
Iufee#y VIDIDA Bal rK ' ?l'eY

lo. ca s elos. I I m.
F si- Tebeau's
BBoarding mw

Day School

m won a" %4'. a..

Sales in

o Days

Is the best evidence that we
are1 selling our stock at cost.

You Can't Fool the Public

Ti'he know a good thing. But
that ia s inot :i lrl in the111 I cket.
We began the Sale with $35,000
worth ()'f )Ods(ld dctlt 2,70)O
firo()() th il (I I u d it la vO ?,i32n-
800 w4)'tl( o)f uip) to date Barg'iins.






I I AT 11.AI .II A.I> iI r I

The qtuestlo
of Title the
finr nonsid-
era:'oa for
the investor.

ken(Iers reliblte servioea of every sirt alonl the line of
la.4ii Ti'llve mn the State (if Florida. particularly
A smlchm oounisy.

YPI'IAI.TIENS Abstractl of T tikes Tat Male IeNreIb
Agets thr Ne*.KedeeLt lead Oweri I'Wis of CoIaUstee
Tewas, Et.

Reivrvncr I : FirstNaliunil Powk of Ieinevillp, H. V.



Jeckmonvllle anid Now York,
06lli1g aS WIAROL A T(A U. IP U bthWap.
Yb. Vbs IbShemain Solb.Cmlwlss Sutig

Clyde New Englhnd und Southern Lines
lytu@t FriJee AetmCe KM IN V I)LLS, MXOK sd
IPOVUDRXuUX Sad All Rafen PaateD.
ejlbag as (harleetos be% ys
soohbosd. .a..m. --.V w1 6aW, &now

CIT St. JohnA WRim Ln1
MiW..n J)A K MoVILL11 an S ANSPono
Ompipoa P a&aha, a m'e, Pm traseb.lensla (D*Iw), ".d ltsoemawdias
Lead tgsl w99M. Jabs I5shr.
wamer 'cirr' OF JAOKBONVIL.LJ"
ben----a sesuowl. fashs ieve JAOCWMNVILLSendap
L robrsaId IAD Isia l"O s a I ie In*" PAII IIII ORD a

$011 lasle se 41 I A)m
SA p
useptee 11' 10am
deseo Idb' ID am
10 r MS AA 4111M e, iAsW W

V ers 6' y 0;;5 I' isecs4a
11111"a u "1111W a


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: :_,:::


foe Labor is Oreeter Than the'
Supply--4eed 24,000 Men.
"Wasington, Oct. 26.--lsham Ran.
fStlp, one of the members of the board
e 'd sulting engineers of the Pana-
mai eaoal, has written a'letter to Zina
. Carter, president of the sanitary
S l;triot t of Chicago, In which he dis.
'. i canal ousdltlons. The Isth-
'. lan snaal commission made the let-
tar publio today.
Mr. Radoelph says he expects the
IY l to be completed before 1915. The
S work of pp aration, 1e says, is going
spledy and when the equipment
s ton hand and the organisation per-
. IOted, at least 24,000 men will be re-
Q'itted on the canal. Much of the press.
t labor Is worthless because the de-
anld is larger than the supply.
Th application of the alght-hour sys-
i 1 W to the canal be regards as a la-
S table mistake, and will add about
; per cent to the cost of labor. Mr.
sandolph says the whole line "is clut-
tored up with abandoned French ma-
chlnery, which cost about 130,000,000,
and is now valueless." He declared
/ that any statement foreshadowing the
report of the consulting engineers "can
S be set down aa the manufacture of a
S aews monger."

treafrtL t Masselts.
You must, some time, try to open
the shell of a fresh water mussel or a
am clam. You will fnd one the sie
of your hand has great strength, al-
though both his muscles may not be
larger than those of one of your fin-
S ger. I have often seen a boy pick up
a mussel and Insert his fingers before
S the shell was quite closed, thinking he
would open It again. Few boys can
succeed. They usually have hard pall-
tag to get their fingers fr. A big
mussel can bite hard. Wre t not
that the edge of the shell, In big.specl-
mens, is smooth and thick, a boy might
get hbl fingers cut to the bone.-It.

A Wasp *ia a Fly.
AS observer tells this: "I was once
Sn interested spectator of a short
sr struggle between a wasp and one of
those large files like a bee with a big.
rl Sat bead. The pair were on the
rouad, and I watched while the wasp,
S ster probably stinging the ly, delib-
i wtely severed the head from the body
.' s then, fiing It still too heary a
cut off the tall end of the fy
Sflew off with the trunk without
waiting to, perform Its toilet. The
Sole operation took about fea ata-
ite, and from the masterly manner
v t wasp set to work he was evidently
14 practoed hand."
Ledome 1me mm m i TOO.
S I tlhe ear ?1TO John ctary had thbi
*X pay about Ilotdon and Its beggars:
S'lI that walks the streets and ob-
srves the fatlloes used by the beg-
M to make themselves seem objects
4c harity must conclude that they
mom pains than an honest man
at his trade. Beggary Is now b-
o ee an art ot mystery, to which chll-
d' B are brought up from their cradles.
Anythlun that may move compaselon
iLa made a livelihood, a sore Ihle or arm
-' .OC, for want ther'if, a pr't'ltei'iml oue."
t| (smir lmemo.
Cheerfulnes in one of the great ltr-
acle workers f the world. It re e-
S foues the whole man doulles and
Strbles his Iower and gives new luean
S ;ag to hi lire. No man is a failure
'sWtl he has lost his cheerfulueis. hiL
optimisttlc outlook. Tlhe lan wiw car
stee a mnilllug fasc anld keep, ct'hlartul
I a the wldet of ,iai,ur n i>'sests,. wlhen
thing. go wrung, whliII tihe way is clark
i: da l tloubltful, in Mulr, Io win ZIt'.,'I
# lagasalue.
Don't be Imposed Upon.
FFoley a (' (",s.ela,+. *>rut es u tsl
Honey Inid Tar sl a thrui't anid lin>
S remedy,. anid on artlii o'f ht' friat|
merit and populari) or Frl'.), lliiny
aad Tar nrany inlatilrs atr, ocTrtl
for the g*,nUsr The,. wrtlhlr** ,mi-*
taltiUn have snalllir ounetsing ianatf.
ieware of them. The uruwc' lr\iy*'s
Honey and Tar is in a y,,llow package.
Ask fort t and rtfue any eutlistuse
It is the best remedy lor matiht and

4od ds. J W Mo'Culluni A Co.
Oub)..'. to V(hag..
Fogs- Wet i ra. I tl.h#e Aa' 117on
the lavit s*aii. I thought It rgtit to
tell yoll-
mre. Yo u YeA. aus b ton tWe anulf.
awn!l hut n~l.~ i oaavuy. F" tksaciiirt.
I ~OW0,1tb 1- ta" alk ci s% rmt' kl-I 1' fas
my o the' I^ v. o-11o. .r Al d ata hrvW
1'Ov gg IUL av '.m'.r i tilt l tha
VM $:A51


n--D~LU 0--

Whiskes, Winos

and Liloers
SNos. 511.519 m



Agents for Pabst IllIwalkl Beer
Export, g r bbl, 10 dos, $11; per do., $1.3
Blue lRibbof, per bbl, 10 doz, $12; per dos, $1.50

Jung's OInclnua1t Red hk rtd Ber
Per bbl, 10 dos, 9; per dos, $1.

on the

pay freight or express charges
following liquors:

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
/ the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........ 12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
12 full quarts ........12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled tl Bead Under 9Overnment 8IlperVrsla
4 full quarts, del .... 4 00
Si full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts .......10 75

SLUM 'SYears Old:

!- m 4 full
6 full
12 full

4 full quarts ...
6 full quarts ...
12 full qurts ...


8 20
4 50

2 75

We are dealers in everything in the
Liquor line Whiskies, Gino,
Rum and Wines from
1.50 to 6.00 per gal.


Ne Is eot I eIlved by the story as 1
Pahtlet Hands HIm.
It was late, the doctor's patients had
eitlhr parsed away or were mending.
and he wits itting with a number of
biN acquanlintles Inl a corner of the
club rxom.
"It's a lreuiious life we lead."
dromnI' the' an i ofu insilllue, "with the
gritn side turilrl ulpirlHimot no a rule,
Iutt nowm mll thIe' wye get'a t Isughl out
Yi t- 11-41 lll with the ltl o1t. ,of
Iourw.; we can't nafforl to show we're
aniumedl. I often womtlr." he went on
genially. "lwhy some of you cihullp ever
asewal fur a pliywl'eia. You don't tell
himl the' truth ontu in twenty tlnies.
you're in ta ad way andl you're rorry.
saul to lienr ),u, talk I'd think )our
luollths were ,okl storage boes for
butter. Youn sum et'c that lobster or a
rlch uaeiu oIu nti, dlay wfuore yeuter-
da.v I islt til' t Iottom of the trouble.
Yo kiU w l "lst cta l'urlhtl you up, and
)yu'ri frghl'tetii out of a year's
growth for fear I'll Icaru.
"A.I'Irnlltigl. ilte'.nd of taking me
luto your vt'.ihlteslit', t)ou tell aIne an
Inllmlsible at'ry A .d if I 'ro" ex-
ullino yt o cli.ely m st t l etr" you in
you'll rele-t:Wntly v ieltilt that you've
lee n atalre e I hslin'i reert 'You nnmlLed
Nfur ,cgarm 'it>sreliay anuil ttok all
driuke Itm-tu't It eer owC'ur to you
that I knom by your lutters that you
meoked from breakfast to bed and
took aleixt u drinks sat lix more for
good measur- ?
"If I were to ltitere you and does
you for your ailments as you deewrbe
them you'd never got w*ll ow alnd
them I bare to sli you strychnlne amnd
aIitroly ein to restore the action of
th he rt, and to Isltea to you I might
coorlude that you'd had too much plnk
teo at a krI MBet' party
"As I htuted. w9e fels gt 'e
hfu o ft of Ita bt w t do U W t
fur? We wem not always orte. we
bare't always take the best rar of
eorweles, and ae.'re net toeL"-
Prekdeco JonaruL

A Car

4&-kysat*I %o is to ein*etiy that all d ruigasts
%art aubufrse 60 refInd IOOr mosey
If W~e Sab is Cutting Teeth I FA V.tY's Hmey s7* Ter tails W crei
It# .mngad us othat Wel and weil- I,mr (oUgh 01or few t ii tvosbI
tt"rORi reme. Mrs"We5.o'. .0Soot C-1h.K h hoa he usgsad povivass
tes .'rup., torbsidrern teethin IssI etuey MUIV Iue. a ecid Ccupe l a
banis she, eild. oft~eo bs 4esgums.gr'ippo **so MA dPM1ats pteestmo-!
allays all Palo. eel'.. winid fekiso U11.1 id ntaand T-e gSssJeis he am yell s
ik 4 beet ea4wl fdiarW1rhea. I w lo c I jpec0agoRep1tu ebmtowo I W I
68-8 9o0 tie U. Id I"l1.1 a 0o.

The Masdfpse D**eleo* z erta- t.
You find youmrsf on a picnic perhaps
without a corkscrew and with a lot of
bottle, all of them with corks in them.
hardly anybody knows what to do.
The solution of the dimiculty Is, how.
ever. It seoen, perfeety simple: "Place
the bottle, cork downward. upon the
edige of an ordilnry mautelplece,
steadying It of course with tbe band.
'Then with a slight impulse turn it so
that it falls upon the ground on Its
base, Plik It up, and you will id that
the cork has started. It Is sometlmee
nec'e4y to repeat the oleratlon be-
fie the cork ran be withdrawn with
the fligers. A first exlprituent with a
full bottle of water tightly corked Is
advisable. A fall dlirct from that
beilht will have no desirable result."
'Thb1 parent writer rnn testify to the
eakacy of this "minor art." lie had.
It Is true. to arranLg hi plenty In an
ordinary room so as to bave the man
telpl,' handy. But there was no dB-
culty after tOlang the bottle on its
bae. "with a sbligt Impulse." to ex-
tracting tlh iork trom the ruin. There
was no need to repeat the operatlo.-
Landomn ISIctator.

Repeeea tng

SA. WEIL & CO0, .--
Of All eworptelm.

Sole Agesnts forIMRAKR anLd UOV .
pair Wertaated.

.1. Harnsse.

0 0 gM


Alachua Pool Parlors.

C. Uene Prlpi r.

UAwwd I& I" a omf OWL -too

a14 aluaV@ ohm. m labb&
ooo Ros P4 owns"

Take e Atlantic Coast Line

via It vi VLi VA
SDafoa Dav e P. aomt, oDo.oa
or or sl* hP Jaek't"le and
Sl UJcrt llueU Jko laVUa Lin dO Montooery

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect April 1, 1906.

8:10pm I High springs and Inter-
Daily mediate Points

Arrive From
8:80 am

1215pm eala, Leesburg and Tamp, and 8:40pm
Daily Intermediate Points Daily

1:60 p m Palatka, Jacksonville. 1:86 pm
Daily North, East and West L Daily
6.06pm i High Springs, Waycros, Savannah, Brunswiek, 8:15 pm
Daily 4 Albany, Atlantas all Points North, East West Daily



5, Micanopy aoa Citra
I ialu

Daily u i

8:60 m in 7 :20
Daily High Springs Daily
ex.Monday ex. Snday

Interangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prit.
eipal railwz4in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantis Coast
Line also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
Por eotiplete information, call on
J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent, GQaiesville.
FRANK 0. BOYLBTON, Die. Pass. Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pas. Agt
188 W. Bay st., Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J ORXIG, Gen. Pss. Ags.,
Wilmington. N.. Wilmin*bn. N. 0.

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in effect September 24, 1906.

No.. 4No. 1
Dally Dally.


No. 1.

No. 8

I.. .
Sv P M'L AM Ar. PM Ar PM.....
8 00 ........ ............ A rfield ....... .......... 2 0 .....
8 0 .. .... ........ Irvlne ........ ....... . 2 i0 ......
8 2 0 ........... ... D.rva... n n ....... ....... 2 10 ......
8 25 ........ .. .. ..... o ....td ........ ... .. 2 0 .. ..
8 0 ;...... .... ........... H okman. ..... ........ 2 00 ......
4... ........ ..... ... L e moitonpy ........ ...... ... ..
S. 4 00 ...... M nopy ........ ........ ........ I1 4. I ......
10 ................ Ta.. oom a....... ... .18
.4 ... .. ....... eo ........ ...... 1 25
2 ......... ..........r lla y tt............... 20 ...
4 80 ............. ...W hooas...... ....... 1 10 .....
........ ...... ........Ro ky Point ........ ... 2 .. ...
S 00 .. ... I .l n..1 I.... 112 v ......
..O... 8 1 " ...... qmpson VlUe ..... .. a to
.. o v o so .IX.0 '1. o25&r ......
... ... 6 8 ......... Bella m y.... ..... 8 6 ....
.. 0 7 ........... Cyr l........... 8 0 9 86 ..
T 0 71 ............. Graham......... 8 8 1 2 I 9 2
....... 7 lAr1 7 ...a mpson City ..... 80 9 10 ......
950 1080 ....Palatka,e. 8. & F.. 6 60 p 00 a....
....... 848 4 .. ak ty, ... 704 p' ..
......... ...... 8 10 p ..... TL 8. A.L .... 4 ..... ...
........ 11 06 11 00 a ......Valtae,(. 8. f... 4 80 p SO
........ p.......Mo6 0,G.e.S *....ll ai 40 a ......
......... 85 a 7 p .....tlanta, C. ol ...a... 7 50 a 900
.... .. AMr PA I FLA L AMLv PM

Train 8 and 4 do not ran between Oainesville and Fairfield on Sundays.
L. B. BARKBE, General Soperintendent J. F. HILL. Agenl.

Effective May 28, 1905.

t VetibleT Tralma It lN. S Ne. O North and Wet. Nw. 18

Lv Jakseonville. So. Ry
SJesup ...80o. Ky
Lv Savaauh So. R
Ar Oolonbia So. Ry
Ar OCarloste S.o. Ry
Ar Orewsboru So. Ry
Ar Danville. SM. Ry

o 10
I 20p
o 66p
10 25p
1 13.

Art tiemond So.I y 6ISa M Ip
Ar Lyhburg So. Ry 484. 4 2p
Ar harlottTeelle o. Ry 18 86 lop
Ar Washington.. So.Ry 950a 9 Op
Ar Baltimore P. R. R. 11 0 11 36p
ArW. P'del'ia P. R. R. 14p 2f3
Ar New York P.R.R. 4 18p 6&
No. 3--"New* York and Florida E-.
Sre.." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
looping Car Povt Tamp. and Jacason-
vill to New York.
No. 80-"Waahlaltoe and Florida
Limited." Daily Pullmana rawiog
Rooam slepig Car Jaeksonavlle to
New York.

Thrat ch.** l at lb dthe My" No.

Lv Jaekmoville. Fla
Lv r easamb, GO
Ar Oelembla, b. C
Ar Aslklwe, N. O
Ar Ho tpris. N.C
Ar Kavillte. Tens
Ar Leestlle
ArS Losis.
Ar OtCteiaatl

&J~. Ry
%o. ft
So. hy
o0. Ry
80. Ry

Sco kyI

Ya. VJ-Daill Palmaa Iraw
R~oo ad 51. SOLmsep Car btot t
Jaekt o vl I. a Gd C ,10i 0s a

bssr R~sgCar %orn.

Lv Jacksonville, Fla. So. Ky. 74W
o T Jesup. (is. So. Hit. 1 Sfp
AArMacon, (is. s.oI. 8Ky BO
Ar Atianta. (i So. R y. a2
Ar Rome. (itsSuy.a7.7m
AtlDalton. (a sSo.ERty. I8
Ar Chatsanooga. Tunn So. R 9 1s
ArLexingion, Ky C. 62I)
Ar Cineinnnti. (1 4t 0 0. 7
LT Csinceiaeatia, (j. BiglYour A4WP
Ar Chic-ago. IlI Hig Four 710a
L Cinciunnati, I 's Lanes onA p
ArChicawn. II i PikLine. 710%
Dvr C incinnatis. ( C. H At D). 8
Ar('hiceag. III Motion 7Ik
I-v Cincinnati. 0i C, Ii & I) 98p
Ar Toledo. 0 C. ii. & D. 5 0a
Art *truol. Mieh P .W 101
DirCioeino~a~i,.t0 Pa- Lime.t-8 SIp
Ar Pittsburg, I,& l' Lines 5 5k
.1 GCi6ncinnati. I Alitg our 9*lo
At Clovolnd,( Hig lour 0t
Lw Leingui, Ky SO IKy. 65.&4
'Ar Louisvlle, Ky '4o. Ry .A lop
gAr t.Tenis. Un So.R y 7 3k
At incision. .tin 'o 1? *94
At Rlrminghsin. Ala Sk HR. 11ik
A P Memphip. Terin Frico 9OF
At Kaness City. y, Frisen 5
f 0ot, 94prim. Ark 9 0
No. lh-"'Th. 'in~tda lmI~,,u.V
Daily dolid oestibule train, through
day rows h and Puilnan Steering
Cars. Jacksonvilie to Csneusnati.
No 19--Pollmon Drantio Roorn
Ulreping Car bwteeun Jaeksiosri..
irmiaisgam, mpaFas. Kanste ('ity
std C4lnad%, Vr'nheg

Irima No wowi. WeImelokagLo. .i@ '2 99, Waavhsagian d F.-rida !.Ir.
mid. NO *a& m
Plan N. OW k. WftbtagWn t.-Ps Aaaa g andb.I ,

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~, (~oMoles"a.aaA 9 a Ia vtoa '*- N~i14 V a 14'n'.I ta.-!
C, U4 6 k bprrc grr& et, Ian W. may ft, Jorkso mii o, F%
SM uliamuvs .1 LJ. W.2.TA-tA,I. P A Bwaolsif s v 'A(J.P.A.

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Preserbe the I nedrg and ProrMde for the
doe of the Public Utility Uods of the
of GalOiei e.
ruder sad by virtue of the pro-
of aoftles e entited 'An Ordl-
SPro lfar tfr e Ismunee of Boads and
Creatlm of an Bseeulve oard undrr the
o(f a Acl of the Letgrlature of the
o f lorM etrltled. 'A Act Extending
the Territorial aimiU sad the
the City of Galine Ue. a Muniolall
OrCanited and Ir tla ltoi A:*-
MCouty,.lloda. and Providila for the
Sof To Powers.'" proved 5th
wI .-A. D. MI ,am electklorm held IW
SJ City of aOftnove. Florids. on the
t "T of October. 190. to determine wbeth-
ort the issuaace of bonds provided by
Id Oiance sbould be at tbat time a
red by a majority of the vote oeat by the
itd elector of said city at said election:

Performed. and all reulrement, of lavs and
ordinanee have been fully >'rr;lelld l with by
the pr'er officers In the .,u.ince of thi
In testimony whereof the tci' of tGalnl-
vlle has iAsued this bond. bcu ritir' iate the tI
day of January. 1900. and haw c.eu wd it 1t be
* ened by the Mayor. cour.tersigned by tbe
president of the City Count". atid ) tested by
the City Clerk of srid c ityr der the seal of
the corporation.
Mayor of the C t\ ' .,nevWGUe.
Counterxltned by
lre.lident C'ity ounoll t:it ,f '.I:lnesiUe.
Alt t t:
City Clerk Citiy f Ialineirvlle.
(Corporate Seal i
('ountersrned and rePritereil in comipllance
with the Ordinance of the Citv ,' ;Gainetvllie.
Florida. this da of
A. D.....

S... Chairman Hourd of I',ibl; Work.
IW Ims. aid ordilnace was publlahed in ...
W*slvle Sua. n full. a newspaper Secretary Hoard of Ililhic Work.
M o aid city, for four eoomeative (F..RM OF CO1'pl. ,
Meoe asel of aid weeks. tLe begli- R l' i
Seh publleation being made Immedl- This coupon after maturity I, recelvirle at
upo tbe adopdoanad approval of said par for all taxes and dues I i ale.,toI the Citr
l ad. of Uaineavlle.
lon with the publcatioe of miad _
*seue. tbere was published therewith at THI CITr C. O ,, o same time. la the same newspaper, at
Ms onoe each week for four consecutive TTas or Faititu
peIW the beginala of whlcb publication
R madeLm Isediately upon the adoption and will Pay to the bearer, at the orti.ce of the City
rov f aaid ordlnanne. tbe Maor' pro Treasurer no the City of ( allnet lh:e t entry.
eisDlilla sai d election provided for la ive dollars. In I nlted States gok d on ofi prl -
eWoCinuf be: aad. ent weilgh't and tinenewt. on tihe day of
In a and by sand id ordinance the issn- Ai beltn
e of bonds to the amount of One Hundred sI- njonthks interest on IIund No
IfIt Tbousand Dollur in provided for. and J M i)KL.
Spupose for whlob uebh eiue of bonds are '4it Trrasurr.
uO sbed lea presmed la general terms, ad. S.ee' I That this ordinance .hall take effect
reas. at aid election no held on the tlutl Imnredlitely upon Its psaiage and approval
syJ of October. l9(B. the lIuance of saki l Pa'ed In open mesioni of tit Cliv Councll
0ads for the purposes mentioned in laid or- On this Ilth da) o( October. A I) 1iAi.
Itasoe. provided for. was approved by a mea- A. M C''IiHMAN.
ordy of the vote cast by the qualited elect- 'rehldent pro teu t'it 'otunill
nof ad city atsaiud election now, There- Attr.st
Ore. J. M. DELL.. Clerk.
3BITORuDAIIDnr THE MAYOH tAND CITY AI roved by me this lith d(\ of Octlober,
BSetion I-That the Mayor and Chairmon of I .AcUnt Mta or.
he Stance Committee of the CILy Council A ttri
hl have engraved or 'rlnted five per cent J M. ILL.. Clerk.
eapos bonds of the City of Galnesville. to be __
eOW uas "Public Utility Bonds of the Clty of -
aImlle.' to the amount of One fured NOTICE F APPIATION )St o
rfleE Thbounad Dollar,. and of the denoml- OTIC'E APPI.oI'ATION Ft)i .STTINO
tO of On( Thousand Dollars each. dated ASII)E OtIF IO'W
he Itday of January. A. D. itrs, bearing In- To Al ar te rt ad
ast at the rate of five per cent per annum. To All ru l t .Silo"r the 'redltor. an' Di ri
pble semi annually. at the end of .>erlod triutees of the Entate of J Jcob, tiodwdln.
Wt as month from the date of the bond, the deceased. and to Whom It May Coonern:
ilwiDal and lnteresrt to be uak in iold coin You will take notioh that on the Ilth day of
f the United States of the present standard November. A 1). ltIA. the undersatned aill
I weight and fnnenes. the borndl and the In- mnake aplliction before the Hon. H. U. Ma'.-
West thereon to be Iyable at the offe of I on to have set snide and allottedl to me as the
ke 01t Tyreasurer of Haid city: said bonds to I wldow of the raid J. Jacob Godwlwn the por-
ecome due and payable as follows. vlz' Thlr- tinn of his estate allowed me as a dower by
4ve of aMd bond to become due and ptay- law MINNIE F. ;<)DWIN.
ibtlaftfeen years from the date thereof. .
tof said bonds to become due and pay--
ad forty of said bondl to become due yable iB thirty five yearm from the date '
eof. Said bonds shall be signed by the I V Ip A ) U i,. \
or. ounrendrined bf the l'rcident of tie Y ICIA A D I) U R UEON.
CounoU. attested by the City Clerk., ai --
bear the corporate neal of maid city. anl Dry hot air. medicated vapor batbh asd eleo-
have the interest coupons attached etar- trioai treatment will be used In connection
an enrraved or printed flac-imlle of the with medicines tohe treatment of disease of
Lture of the City Treasurer. When maid whatever nature or duration
aball have been executed an rnd d i a Ofloe a Porter Bl*k, 11 E. Main N .
idw p.'ovlded they hall be at once turned "M n ortr B .k E. Main St. N. I
erby the Chairman of the finance Com- (AIMIU VlLLI. FLORIDA.
Sto the Hoard of lbiblic Works ____
Se-. -.Said bonds and the coupon at- -
labld N bel I In the foll)wlin wwordM and l i fiT
rre. the blanks left for the number, and the I
Supon whleb the bond may become due
* payable to bhe tilled In a the number and
Me of the bond to become due anl It,) alle I LlI lIM .
a reader necessary. JOB PRINTI


e ur-
ed hI V
of the
taxab I c
rope r-
ty of arnm
pub itle
stot Ile
acA u I r.
ed and
ow ed
by %aid

CIT Y or AI % 10-V
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of the
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Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing


The City of (aine-ville. In the Stale ,f -of Business Mer
Mi. wll payon the .--day or ,
A to b tearemr the urn of One Busi s
SDollar, I old euo of the United
eas of thepresent standard of weight and
laIIoo at Lte ofke of ibe Iity Treasurer in r l I
the samJd CO of UGalneefUle with Interet r ofI SS lld
thios at te rate of fe l er rent per an-
Miw. paable semi-aalually in like old etin
aseee of aid CIty Treasurer. on preenta- M f
t sal surrender of ibe sonneed Inreat M Qnt ll f t
Iepeam a tbey, ueveraUy become duer and Il l11n tiLl
STa bondirtone of a eries amgrta. trne Legal Blanks on Sh
ReAed Fifteen Thousand L lar of lile
ale.bknowni' 1aIubl Utililty Boca of the
So Uahevlille." tIued under aid Is ae
ml ethb the provides of an Act of the
Lig of the Statu of Forida. aUtited
aS At itwit aa Sd lar rie te Terrn. The following letter fro
rW L mts aU d bth Puwe of tih CiOt of mail order oustaoers is
Gelsa1g. a NMalrlor. ( orporsUo (krr- .
WalM KlMlB lan Aasehaa County Floro. LOr .
drpiewMa fr thef I ereir s of The Peow Iouisville. Ky r
S.-m-eordl Mua9 M ta and of an aodi H. H. M lCrryl,
me of uil nOity of (alBlmsoll eUtled (ilBvlle Fl
Aa Ordlanae. rolwtm for the Iannae of .la 'll-, I
amIsO tee er aton ai rzrcutive Hoard lIear ir : Reesived
ader the Proetoa or an Act of the lt*gla- Mar is doe time, and
swe of m sa* of Florida lAittd "A4 it il Prfdetl mtIefseiory
et xteaudlg d ailatlae tbI Teritrortl "
al ae11 ePowerf or th lytr of WGaine- evopWe o muoeh. Man
a. Ma ald Ciorpoeratuoe (m o nlsed an1 ,oor prompt iatsWi o in
i 4a Alaskuo Count. Far'wa i rd P Yoirs tiP
5- 7or the Krein of T1% .* r w er
llo Sdkhh etemiber. I%&. sad publttee Ms M. C
M ai O weekfor four ntiusetruUve eek
a eqmillus priateld rtod elt thIe berel ..
Ssah f sbiWauguw belin made l, l. ldt Wr& M ordersto
o tan adoU iMl a ai w al *Wa a vlee|ilel. lIa.
uil l/the lt iesuao e f w~ W b ads
? iey qaw iqfaed tersi,'W off sd it rat a
pi--is ---e t" ele duly y cabd "aI Ibrl
WUTproai of ai Act sad'Mi as' AA elllWeiT
Ms yu tr. doof eo tufilrUIIU IUA III1
b i 4f4thatft i s Wti-ofiu ad.
F~i *i hade t et A lash mo r ty i M
f t th lAgS of toMeof1 FIabM arba, S m mileisa
N osra reeer of the ity of i i s
eltahtie the same and that are ftia road. G
ateOiy to ahlm to he i lta. p eIsle s leb i
ha l h hve deir hal 1 a ed piaos0M O, 0mw rulle. I

The Florlds

Fruit ud Truck Grower

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Allll IL1


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mob .*m

A dimy W named"
te sh ~see of

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iort Notice.

Om ome of our
self *plm-.

eb 27, IN0.

Ibe priatta
will say uha
I HIk th
y thanks for
lillag order

r.Y. pbmpbue
175(gd -n

beWMee See a e-wve "-- anpr

a.s ry".pedtow=-. or-
esm.piewbsa~~. pears. plums.-
ams. bad all hlad of epe

huufl ON i *
SMdk Seetee bm &tsr
nosk, hIushe Uaoweusi'

wowS.'. lbe aism usYe. eleaww
rsgI kg. s.wO .' ewobow

IW ownsi. $e tif eto
O.m we tm w m ew
bet a



Office over Marela Endel'. Pt

S i rlngr

And 8oliitor In 1 uty
Real Estate, Ooonvqeanoin and G n.
eral Praotlee. All buslaen promptly
attended to. OftSee Omt door to Sum
offoe. OA lVIIt I .ORIDA.




Oan sell your eity proirty, (im.
proved and unimproved), i hosphawe,
truokial uad farming lnad 'Send him
a list of what you offer for ~i e i. 142.



OAINE8VILLE, Alachua (',,
O(oe in Endel Blook.




Over Dutton & Oos Baki,



Oeo In MilUer Law rEs r-e

JOHN MvrKmN Pro -ir.
11M01 W. Ba y t.. Jakslt. le. -I)
Fast beer. bottle and d rught. Don't
fall to eall on me whoe In .Isekonvilll

Low Colonist Rates

Via L. & N. R. R.



*A 7anTo bman rrm.
$44.70 am Sh.. ,1.,
iae o & Yarilt-
sad Wyomior
$51.60 To n'* '
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CoLbi ma&
(:la miaumeH
$48o .9 -- many


To Ning' M
saw ad Ito,

,1o. Ii. Aagkelb
q'aiffowt~ia &-Vint.
knwmdo. Arteawia

'a) lbothr Ifl'n
ff-Ifleft ul forillh

ra I'lah and NMob

as toe w ,%wtb

Liberal ssop-O..r ,ri t O6.
lisehe will be sold MI up to mad
lmelediag Ostiber I Si miS

Au X.-& 3.Ule tV rof sad %rth.

U'.' thU leromUe. all es sria.
SIM L X3IU. 5, Ia. Pon. Awes
millA WS VhJ

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Special : Occasions

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tars i ogl isil LWm4 tr(buobar
al. ism

Pose onsaedb% vAr
al I Voebeegt I' C. sOd re
W.66~ we"Iseme, 11 v. aw to.

81. le.

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Uinek~snw~Illp.a, mIiPose

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Air Line Railway

FOKR ....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia. New York.

T' l'rt 1 Elehtg ll T'rains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Oilly lil4t1 Optleatilg

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full inforlrmmatii ad I lel'pvr rreervationsi call tI t on an ient aboard or
write A. (0 Nt lONL.l., H.C )YLSTON, Jr,
.A*tt centrall l'.Ps-nKgr Agi'n, Pa'snger Agetl,



RetKailhrs andil .libr in

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

rain, Barden Seed and d Frilliers.


highest mark#t-&upikr paid for (Chiekon, a. ggs and other Prtioee.

A complete Istok o? lay, Curnt,
and Rye. We' hiandlre nly

Oa.I, Flour, HBran Ml, (ctton eed Meat
the VERY BEST goods asI th LOW.
gnaranteH esltisflon alwaIs.

Florida East Coast RslF

Local Time Card No. 6.

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TRI DAILY 04: PMR1L, DA.s OC=1B1R 279 190
P. ,Grov of ,,, .. .,. _"
HV '- boilt lit he eity yetrday. U M r-g
Vfte' Obhty of Miessopy was to
*' a thoeii oa brirf visit to relatives.
--te Th0a V .A
su e i lemon sad vanilla extracts. Your
money back It it fail* to please.
& lBo toMr. ad Mrs. W. H.-Gay of m a 4 1WF W, i .
0Treatou reently, a fine boy. Me. Gay, AiUEWS T EV OFT O1113 1 SEASON I
ak in gthe proed father, i. a "youth" tf iIIty-
is as ext nd on gr tulnw s. ,Will Begin a Wlk's Eniageoent in leJVioall 1o
Bakn Powder*f ded mortgage nks
,Aleeba county which save money In' -----.- .W--B.
WYAL Iaklag Pwder I h" d O od TartW -.. ,. h* $ per nd red or WT AIN STperI ,
pe Is FM doseW by maiOI. 0bh most company
ama H Fre F u i o border. sw U t o In Their Grand Waterproof Electric Lighted Pavillion Opera House
8i. H. MeKinnov, the elvVer 10n03 Oplmlng wth t1e Thrillihx Dram of the Blue Gram Seats&
Royal Baking Powder is pure and wholesome ,navle. m, per.to o otter r k*
beyond question. There is never any doubt of the wuas i she it. yesterday. Mr. Me-
Kinnon Id a very ontbulutle Bik, and
healthfulness nor of the superiority of the food it ame to a*tend the m ng of Gaoie.D KEN
veill Ledge No. 900 las night.
e Niboela Bores has returned from
Consumers are sometimes solicited to buy Waldo, where he went on Tuesday to0
baking powders other than Royal because they cost arnage for the opening of a pool All New Scenery and Plays. Everything Up to Oite.
r oom. Mr. Buor has a number of ta-
lesr. It is evident to ost less they must be made biJt which have been iaetive, sad de. Other Plays: "DABKET BUMIA," "FANCHON the
Seiid to try Waldo as a speculation. CRICKET," "ARIZONA," "THE SHAUIHIRUX" and
of inferior ingredients. The store buildings recently con- ,"UAIU HBARTh."
Stroeted by J. P. Bauknight, on East Pries: 26, 6, 0e. MATINEE Saturday. 2:80 p m. Prices: 15 ad a o.
Unlon Aees, sear of Pournell4 Sonp,
are- -omple-, and, while compar. . D de oo of ,h p THOMAS
io 24 2 O 0 lively mail, are among the neateso in familirl known among h Sri *gs. I T U WA
S T ke e l friends as "Short." was among the
-m1e ff rM. busineW visitors to this eity yesterday.
At most, an alum powder would not lessen the cost J.W. Drummond ani Morph Ever. brieods of H iory Chilly, who h A
of a cake or batch of biscuit more than the fraction of a et$ cf Doeide, after a day spent a been ill a his borne on West Liberty
B cent. But can you afford for any sum to endanger your buslans in Gainesville, returned to street, will be pleased to learn that
- health by making your food with a dangerous baking powder? thi r homesday. A w as stated hise condition is mush improved, and FULL LINE OF
nae In The' Sn of Wdn iesdasy, they arc that chaoses are good he will be out in
engaged la the roesie business on the a fewdays. Mr. Chitty has been out- NEW GOODS.
I the use of alus baking powders as highly injurious to Sowanac river. fering with deongue fever.
the hI th of the community, mad beliee that thir sie should be N. A. Callson, manager of Spring Jdge Mason yesterday isoed mar- Aents for...
fordde by law."-Ozo. F. Iaun, M.D., Arrshy */ Park am, Benninatoo. was in the l leJoe Ma to Eddetie so an d R*- I
Sqciy ia. it ye day, and made The Son as ehas Greory, O. West and Besie MJoAlou lents, Tombton
agreeable aill. Mr. Callison is propar. Denser, J. i. Jones and Katie DIll. and Iron Fences.
g to btake to the state ir ast o Tmp The thermometer is falling, and the See Our Sanples
Exhibit o fIne registered toe grea ru
which may take firms premium. He eial Judge expect a great rush
h__ some of the finest stock is the within the -s ow wek. Prm attenlse to aln matte n
8- -- South. .t you wish property of any kind lis oa. MMi and telegraph eordN e
Ohas. W. Stephens of Alahsa was A hating rty composed of P. M. sold at auction or private sale, rented, mjd y ttnded to.
OF Ovor rented collected, highest prices ob.
amo the bosses visitors o this y turner d wo oerla three Saafriendse re. talked, promp attention and satisfac-
yestera1. 4tud geera from retes he- to gama ean on or wrie P. M. dnl . orda
Mrs. A. L. Saunders of Trenton is in mock, where t4*1 have been for the Oliver, real state agent and coont-- i i J-
the eity, a gues of Medames W. W. past tee or. es days. They reports aGetosMee, oainw ville, FIa. dot
-Colelo and s. G. a y big lc.k, havina killed tall *a quirre
Meiame X. A. Oollie and J. A. 6 ,id la y eat bring-. Dp y Seiv J. U. Gmaer loft
eid by 00 liq Jones of. HIh Springs favored Gaines.la bk a q tt to friend. the p o lms with h81e ls, o judee who
ville with a lis yesterday. Saf tslks foes baha an s udae ef ather podra wi for the tal o era who
AI. AND SOCIAL ITeMS Tarpetie lesme for ale as this of. e te klreas oairs. Hdi beola te term of
See, 80e per doses. 8 per hundred. Pothe eriooMa uryt. Hi bm alne A isto
SNMHlappesedand What is 4 Can Oash meot company order. dawtf Them to appear as the proper time.
o NMap Told tidn 8ot Paragraphsr F. Beekham of Orac H A6 T l T HI Wih Neen MRay ted was in the city yesterday on business J im of the jarors will be foand eaee.
So onnooted with the eoffle of county lm In this papeV.
l 0r k e The e m. ,1rk. S ny samples for oce's fall and
Wis$$ee m*iloeh eow for sale. J. R. Em- B. W. Tyler, a lomher manufhaturer Oheapet 8tore on Earth. water eesl; over 00 to seloet from. THE
4p d- t and morehant at Tyler, was In the city FPrioes the lowest, style the late, 1
SI is call nards ia lts t tne syls* y**terday on be.siee. Mr Tyler ha| worm lr kma n.si* Ctntin.ntel mSf Iestsl.
PU 0) a vry prosperous business. T0 ufef t Value to mesr for e7.IO and up. Satie-s. 11 11E EE |
0kandd p lltsovo y wood. J. N. Mrs. J. V. Smith, who managse the f 1 the SNsH ..., faction Wgateed or mosey refunded. (First eorner South of P. O )
,oe. ae Ta9las eed. tel( Hou at Willieton, wau thb Oa now boe u at the New York HRawv ee ee head a steck of shet -
S ens Halle bhM Rone to TallKhMe suos of bhr daughter. Mr. W Ilauket. The mammoth stock our muste. Oa foratnish all late gad pop. F~me Con m -e-tal Cedar Key ysters
ails pomftelioeal bulinesm. Oshorne, in thi eity yetorday. bhyer bought in the marketeelf the lar pleeo. O. F. Dorma, at Harper DrP Coi Westr a Dets
lwla Reooe of Kirkuwood wu trad. Mrs. H. A. Fisher oand laughter Ea has arrived, s4pr have been Ocbhm's musie store. dim r Uexezeled.
In l th eCtl ye t**rdy. Mie Ruuie. have returned from Bo.- taed to a t* e limit lIn ettis the O0 W. Bauokniht of Arher. one of 0 P 3n 3 A R L A NB LAT I
&' L BDkhim has returned from a *well, lad., where they speat the sum-. ame la sbape for h pat two the lending menlheats of thati pro- -A.T. "u
tueotel trip to Jaseonville. mer delightfully with relatives and weks, bot we are now rady for pestte tow, was na the eity yser. AT ST AUaSTIaME
:" A.O Edward of Treonwasanmong friend, the rush. Our store ka ben dayandmodo The Bo on a ogreeabble
he yvIto sto this city yesterday J. i. Rioher of Mhaml is in themeity to crowded in he pastbeeseo of ae baneesne sIl. He reports trade vry 4lr. eool furnished roomeatOean
6 matehim valb we have alwa good, bet, with "the rrt of the fo.ks'"
S sll retase wasted, or roor s over purchase huroeo for his dray line in w View Hotel. Fre bath. Light hens..
bucresh.sen. Apply at hisofee. If w hateity. Mr. Richer nd to rni ven our customers, sad we ar ooptelains. ofh low prices of cessf* keeping privilege. Rates *1 to i$
"; ..5 l bl. m a thlu of M ,itnopy we,. our oder rdent,, btng left this the ptt on many itoim. OrDres s of the staple. e ,0'oe'.eoemserig the neot door.oW. R- L Pi .o
oeeatagbolmmcss this city county about twenty Jears age. Goods department has a bettor s- hoo.ge of crop, is lower ths seaso -

l* ,. -_ -_ leetion hasn r berten oad the thas for may years. lGeners who- -
#v O noe are "r ral owu*r lo dlngoue price, are the lowest. esn ford to do so will hold their out-
e about th city, but it is not READ THIS. pu Miss i
lil mMosa.,. ALs. 34. R. 6The "Dixit Girr Shes J C. Rhde. prsideas of R. K. s 0i1.
6" T t Otla. al merc hanto of MoDto- l r. W. Hall.s. Louis. Mo -Lh Is Osf LBtI, B., eid 0of A OilleKy.. cider
Ask forIt i and vinew vauasefemrep.eape"Is to I almsesvIlle Circulati
t sthe e, n thi : Having tried different does For th pries tha has ever bUe els ve"To inae few days foe j
"08 11 l 1*> t, Hnl for BMa --n mii| tl B
~d asd their remedies for weeral years show a ,the in i., .Library...
S-has returned frtu H lh for baok nd kid obls, I found ras Cl., hh e l eai
e=bi. he wet to vsit h"s nohing seessesful Util taking eTb. our Clothi m t ab e e"*. His wife "nd ,ld rt,
run-weWII. 1- 1, Te.as Weet." Hall's Ura I Diow. 11 to Sah o sped the w the Latest Pmelar flwet.
*1 1 40t am-e. t'oalise of Miami Is ry, an, beig ra.pdly eed, the old fW er a I .... tr. whie r. Uode iwtobsba -- I
-te yoo- of her rare'te. bir sayfl with *aliuad mem * Uod bioe I stretly ptodae and or th btess i the Golden 8ta* Mr. MlAL o U n T Ms
Mu. roW Te ya the me whO l tveted he Pn liern l pria as ire ia N u *Id. Rbdo s a thera bats mn. Pm, W4S0 ee t e m
d res all your mtuoy. slepiag or* "but II my 4Cd bles the d M e 4 t Oly #wil toak with IN ae wTek. .s WO ..O
.dJ 4't h,, a ,*ma can re~i '. i *o investor f( l Tw ur Wooder." thrm the best w ts of their ay evr r 0W *teoL
Of tbe ut.,rtu,.oe of life ak 34 E Years tiuly eWUWD Liso Uf
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SWry- awa iniublt. W. B. LAM. In I aur 5
Vg C--Hut. my ,er I tldn't loe r ld 0. R. I. Co., Moble. Ala. Cops d JuM *L L be. Bkan party of friends
W" 5MA The td th l and t eeki prei det M wto rib "rp early fe
&Ia. VQ I A, el. always a A TECXS WONDEL ad weu wer aU oe prtsm d way maite.and sise asle l arsee
teey 45tes ther' Frrapt*. On eM. tha f Tiem We r lf ** Sdoe. a. O ,rss meeseaeIM sM. o-uriae FURNITUE ... w*elp I m ded.. obe Os fitho i. -f ata --a.
I"f e sabto Oiut*s T**tT I kL Sy* nMad bb"--l--- i mMo, Joea reet ed a bi1 lie* o Ud *so ts rem ts a StoMe. nTho R* s s en se weum am
SBe *.ajd W that old end Iwell- seed. esse diabl wrmnsi eo. D ners ad se eWk Nie OftON beamed w"th .ampe sde-"d ea se '" ** **W We f "eeM
"ised remedy. MN Wsilow' oPtOh- uim"c. "rMak an hM WhA he* wll b at 1e Ivs Try f ta* Ie b tal ae tkak ad ft Ss" Ia **W.

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