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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 31, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01008
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER .3, 1905


TEN CENTS


A WEEK


thave stopped i" ticorrect Train@ left
STU ATIONI S. Petenburg this morning.
Tbe uswl telegraphte commaumca-

fl R ON A PANIG UOn with Moscow was severed at aon.
Water 20 Cents a Pall.
Moscow, Oct. 30.-The city was In
mu d On a Large 8Cal i darkness last night. Today the shops,
theaters and schools are closed, and
Now Being Fe 4 the(. str ts are dteert'd, &ave for the
trotos and workmen. Several meet
RD OONPLICT Ia IMMgNiNT tIng of strikers were ,llspersed by the
Consacks. The banks. treasury. post.
d and Teeyhi le COmulca Ioffice and the government offices are
I atirely Cut Off-AArehy Nota surrounded by troops.
W r In Many Cte-od1ier Pr The local mechanics are asking for
a postponement of bills. The over
si to shet Do" R oter nor general has formally Iostpooed


i Peternbrg, Oct. 31.-11:10 a.m.
SoamaUoao bordering upon peaic
here today. Business is com-
sapended. Soldiers are now
In the street, and blood.
as a large sale is feared.
mgimaet lt tIrylt to appesae
populsoe but the revolu-
SMm determined to force an
oa"llot.
SMeo service is Utll operating,
the poetooloe is losed, and
ly papers to appear thUL morn-
the Oleelal Messenger and
n orgeas, which prInted dtrec-
ort tQo military. The former
ed letter tro General Tre-
who is ln command o( the St.
garrison, and dressed to
FrnorooAel goveron nstnructng
to allow pulile meetings for the
of politKal questions and
torpret the law lIlerally under
Wit tte's 4rcetlon.
government realism that oppre-
by arms aI the present state of
t would be dangero aand
will be allowed. lPrtbe
at the salverltles, however
b m prohbWtod, brt fee build
have bsa .it qi bim t M int
Petersrg, sad Oerald Trepeg
truete4 the t *overor to 9eset
la t a the tles.
j W "ala ol uat t.teesa t

set dthe stal o io Isa Ia
"M ou yoa, 4 ra e~Itn
arrnaeaaets or the dispatch of
neall by boa however, as
pave yet bee takan.
communication with the
is ope. but the dispaotes re,
awe meager. Commuleastio
me places i entirely laterrupt.
fPto al lover the empire the story
meo--work stopped, so news-
ptatate. schools eloaed asd the
M of r t he people .speaned.
Scary of thoe maGes la always t~

Ml tary everywhere are la poe
the tabitaaes are terror.
S ay eUs ae Ina dartasesa
Iat ia a Mb bega wafo ltas
*. The rtn S sao the sop
this mnoralag e city l as re.
theatr madarit asovs are brm
hKarkoe Is Sa -er u law.

fe o M o where all the m,

to set up prouviOsal

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the auction or peasants' property
whcl was to be sold for taxes.
The board of trade has petitioned
against the state of eige. Prices
art very high. Water Is 20 cents a
pall The utmost alarm prevails ow-
ing to nimors that workmen are maroa.
ing on the town from the factory dil
trlic4.
Th electric light works have shut
down.
Thi last government spirit shop Is
closed.

Full Martial Law at Warsaw.
Warsaw. Oct. 30.-The streets are
filled with patrols. It Is rumored
that strikers are marching on the oity
trom the provinces.
By order of the governor general
the g tcs of Warsaw are closed at dark
and the restaurants close at 7 In Lit
evening. Thirty thousand lautr.ry san
five thotuand cavalry with lnnety
eight guns have been collected In tbis
city In readiness to stifle any disturb
anceta.
The mllltary at noon dispersed a
meeting of the employee of the Vies
na railroad, who hadJ atheked to dip
cuss tje situatloa.
A hattalila of enaIteers control the
telephbow service.
Tha employes f the suabrba* rail
tyi B1M tirWOher thIi mUo"ram
Tbe revolottary leaders arse epet
to have dabtilmtf thes ads of remve
vere to th etlbeN.
The olrb ws at Iteata Warsaw
now is by the stanmuoats dows U
Vtisol to the Prussian ftotter.
A prelamaUoM etabtltang hl mar
tal law wtV be leu ed tm t ibor us of
the day.
infantry mae camptli la t te Met
of lads. A tralle there Is goJpd.

Klef,. MsseI In OarkmOa.
KilR. Ruata. Oct. 30.--4Ie Oty Is
in darkness, so mall has beoa res l
ed ftr days sa the people are tae *P
to the wildest mruors latease m lo.
mwnat prevails. The publiebers baV
*nantliouwal/(deided to oeae pul~'
thoO. They will aed etrear tO
tairr subscrbers st llthey are afloe
to priat Lth truth.

Eight Killed In e1111.
Reval, rumia (krt. 30 -4gbL t peI.
eoS were killed aan forty were woeM.
Pd during thbe ecounlters betfwea1
riowers and ponltre ad tromp lat
ltgbt ('trv de arned wi'a r lie ai
rmolvler preovenItd the Irt e~ft
eat t bfm *etslaUIJhlP Uhe aUM at
tM th eater.


Rolleawd, Roem" suslus Ss*
(IMAD. Oct 30 -QuorWa w
tablkod a sacimuat (i t the elow ow
iN moste Lam s$meow b"a beoo I"
esatld to southwoot. M the rMR
1,ods suwe rep&aun cto resio L. tme
nosw sobJulp of tewis. to thaet u
~Ytery Tb.'mowporfAs tog fat II 1
wUll bit oraul by NYov. I. T The s
mnur oe .ti of I be s u eon-
I balm ehow ala the esuthw e
owl& MWnda, a .'mfwws hldbyw b7se
PedONsu and s pew rI- eru
6MIbme 1.8 iiwas saaahosyaw reed
4 a& peertsa tt *e a aNW
bobI to ON IWTeeI'orY ste wd. us
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4100"amtI wofew Put vs
Va fo ios euss Stalled by !hb

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CruiserWset VirgtiDia C(mmu
ioatfO With Washington.

MES*aAQ PROM Ml. RooOSEVLT

The Wireless Measages A e Conveyed
a Ditaneo aef 1,100 Mi;-s Overland
a Feat tat Is Reoarded as Most
Rmairtaie.
WashluntoN Oct. 30.- : '. wirelee
telegrAph station at the \\ .tillultot
navy yerd was n Oa omu' tIton wita
the armored cruiser Wesl \ tilinla on
which President RooeVel' I- : IaasUn-
ger from 2:07 tm aU :1:t .. c'k this
morning.
The message picked up !. trans
misalon was paesItg frI, Wcat
Virgials to the cruiser Co .1 le, which
the PennsyrlVi&., Is to a t uitAlny the
first named vessel up t ',.aiitt, and
stated that the West V 11ta would
probably join the Clora.' .inl 'Penn-
sylvania be Key WeOt at .'-n toldy.
As soo as the aotse (i o ,' machin
ery and euglane at the y' ,i igao. bt.-
tore 7 o'elok th i mornln. it tcaime
Impossible lor the wirel .- action to
communicate further wito ., crulisr.
but It is expected that o ,'iNnilcatltoi
would be restored whit the work
eeasaea ad the yard qult, .ton atolit
nightfall. The work of ... i:tunilcal
Ing froe Wath'alstOD t s 'VIse ( on
the gulf of Mexico abot' I to0 mile.
distant. most of the distatn overland,
is rvarded as rNeartah

Mrs. ROeevelt Sends Cionratulatilos.
Wahlnrtos, Oct. 10 .< oU X)as
the West Virginsl got 1, 'ornch with
te wrlele im late et *.y West to
day the Irst moesaae to i.. transmllltdi
from theahoretothe hi rulOiser was
Sa ersaonoal flr Mrs. Roosevelt to
the preeMeat mostrn calling hint on
hla aaltersary of ,i.. forty-sevenn.e
b lItday. Ibls meslm.u wa seat last
dalt frm the man lepaetment to
Key Weat with Inatru lIons to deliver
t to the president ot 'he fir eLppor
tmlty,

Crolae to Swash Reereds
Oftf south Pmss, I ~ el ppi RHver.
Oct. Tr. via Key wes'. FIla.. 0t. U -
At 9:3 Oa. m. rridt, ruorlalJ P'ral
dent Rosevelt, ar .s' aled by Ikar
iroa Oeaeral IUsy e the nasy, and
SOCretary Loeb. sc, ous board Ith
Vallad e sat seaamr We't Vlrgimia
frow the lIghfhoussi ,' ter Ivey. lie
w e received ati U, ,ngway by Ad
ral UrI owelll. (' ; a Arnold sad
the JlIri'e pterisa.a -r
Al tUe offllers *- assembled on
the quirtlere4ek Isa .al fll ldres
aeslOra. the crew aWn Use trail sad
dh mart.a grard wur- -ra4ed WheL
Wt prmetda a.*.rI the wanvt
dck inewra w sadI mn *lalE., the ma
rhm gard prefremIt ma, the druma

Siiaiean. t-e bea.0 ,1d ta -tar
OpaS-d nas Mer.' ad, milrsleat
Ws" hailed does a,, he presdeest
gf bests at the eman am a sMUsl
YTe Wes Viiee as ,iIedIl a
dI Wear hr ("e.awp' W .

t S be maitmaae eIs lot" I ta if

I the Ueet time -e e w al, e
emienry t asqup Te amed

OAt Ui p. 3 Se In was

jest e-agem tag tIs
**** te p. eWhIes
Is es***a Ideat *a s g the
*e*est ea s saI **s to ag -
T'e pro* aeetaI I I-- blgrb
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MUST STOP DISCRIMINATION.

Uncle Sam's Soldier Boys Must Be
Treated %Aith Respect
Washingon. OMt ::1 Thr preiI
dettt s lag tft-termtne It otit aAl l, ist lII
CaIt to break lp hlpt egro;hig i;preiwcS
of dl-criiii'mation In imllie I'l1Cc-i "I
amusenlivio orki l ('i::c rvmoert :ItlI
botelp 14sail l the 1 It,1i1, jett1,1'14 R1i.l kel
dleria.





clohin tea aee Ii, ci~ hl li~ cc i, e 'er'
u''iye In u if N ii0, h %.t ri % l

jeer ect iii- e 1,t11'.ff !. 14' .

Clothingt. 1 -tit, itt of g i l
ahW iv l ilt I.Ite itiie t ,V'1,1.11 Iif' ., 11
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SCaI e gr:ue *' %i,ech~ ee? *.\: t. liilc'
shmiw d Ilk-h' 1 m w t 1:, i 1,wr -
ache ei ,.

LOST ALL SENSE OP FEELltd


stronger Phenomenon Resulting from
an Automobile Accident.
NNo-% Yol "(14i31, Woo, I.,-Ai K.
Johlm n, v. iIIl w.ile 41e 14, ;1&' too t Ia l
sensereof feelIng eeIm'i anistele~tlI
run her flown hrt-v ag i.l,' ,54. le ati
siml t mret'reia) for *jlileell. te oeitlage p f.(,ti
her Injury
"ht-tie tuidauIt Is Nirhclc 1'T. a-l'
of this rcity to said that wheo-t hem
Ioyea were rl',esc i "e sometlmise hilIs
eiffltillty tin re'ellolng whrfhmer she aoi.
standing ctp litly 1mx (imt It A Shute
I fii& *5tao. 5evioicitil to tier teat mnovity
she ran a nail lInt, her fint 4and was
iunawrt io iheId lijiijry ebill ualiobers I
her faully toll her of It Atmiohr'r
tilml, onit of her aiceie. 05 41n in Mr
scorv.iflE gIeM trm Ief-oie she t1rltol)
Ibhs fire, beset .1' hoist C r tioeig Ito r It,#e
sitght..t u14511
A pn)pit Iale ti t ileivi that Mrs Jii u
50n undolfliweeieelv l ry be l nu s oe1 m fe'i
Irugleyi1 1 ue' I s le 1i4c 1say pei)MtIltely tiI&i
the pae'nwav, inom fti elm n&ioel In a Imlow
lon the he's.1 I rouie oallali e et 1116111..' allthe
Volliat e laInes

Negre Han@"d feo Murder.
llrmloibcan. Alit. (let SO. -Arider
e01 llheldloi. a ni n). tivas hantigee In
the )ail lyasi thIsowrning for tIk esaur
4er of .. I Allme.a a nfagman em iol.
Lotauisllio and NSbtwlls railroad T
or! a. rgwrJo af Oxfn as8 4jeavery
while Aimsa was beardlag lte r'ar c#o
his usIa II the dartos bestW
Rate, who toaslosed. Wa has.4d a
feW woof ago far the "m. ritnir
W11l1 10 Jibifut was 619e'a III,
*"four*r These bv"libroe.orio -list
Praised a aosalt fl higbwspmeu bimi '
40fo. l Ihlden eatd ala 0 ago i
the sstodi. s ha haJ me. 1.4h W mo
w11h I"usad tesralmg to the set I 0!
sai0 "a a aheaill With that the
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Allbny, N.YTOatof%*e 'jile0
4 iaosi lsdoln th mam l I.or* -
Subo 49lTheappeal of A j r T
PYtUl Otre veuest~ ,f c4ilf*t In
hrNuil ek e a lh rcift t I III.
so am #W " *Igss.oft %wTf 404&
ety the hu" iswIso*.of-'K'W i s
as ls I.ll.'i t's'.d A f S.Yes
del, 7%0 oon iris0" alos'. OW I1

01111"d IO 'tUe r& wI-'.'. aP
lo sthi Ia* I'C'rk~ il 'J. 5 :( theb
dt ~vtornovis so, flat as bo vonlos
lip, f -- 4fie ,h vii onf-, UO
Cae' st .-~ 5' Usin cc a I?3T
ODA&# vjwFis lowrw ey tAe
iss41h a U,.v'to it. '. h-'5.ve4*1%4ds
oseb ,'irasi -"v'

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TROOPS SURPRISE


MOM INSURGENTS


Their Lta&der is IWlled and Many
prisoners Captured.

THREN SOLDIERS ARI KILLID

Datto Ale. the Chief of the OIAtu~ll5ta,
Has for Some Time Seen GIvIng the"-
FPlpino Government Cnsnderable
Trouble-Depariment Qeta Report.
m.Imcl twI 3ar Trtcii ndor Cal
ta!ti I->aiek HItle4'Oiy, of the TkIr-lr
cai i ) n-le tI, calimUp to Major Oouer.&l
Wtwil. haII-4 murprisedV Lit, Diklto) Ali.
hvtil it flie' Niwce oInsurgents tit tilm
IP':Ali 'Ot N1leieieno. who has Wen eiteit
'hre m eervll, tilr, Mifue l tilni Poeint. und
ki. I hIeim. 11skuIIeer wkli his son atat
Met. t meI.. I'erlytyiroe, wotUnaadie
Nlete e l 'em % I. it- pi p 1mi)nwitt. sani linamy
arile'Anliit .!i~luaimit yof anazatet
t eti V. Ce k I k tl t .0 0 1e414.
Ihc~ie e'-loci lt.t til of ti.% lwentay.
0 4-c4 14 nIAleitesilI ite%% I llleql ."dcItwo
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tic-iiiv li ilmnit to till* reptir ool bo
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11:1c tIm- 1I0-1K161i cilaiy auct !.tor ibnl
tIIii cell hIti lIU e l tl leerig tIn e past
1111 t -1, Iel ii til is A lt e tl sin O t Inds
iu-t -iii't eelieee Ihuesit. hamt oo-os e~n killing
Iueefil, NI-efree. trie'iiil'y t) l t,' giovetrn.
1111,11t
Ili,' e-,uw~l) imferonwri tfliphlefs ais.
sleet 1115 till- f''ivo ial fineeire tol capture
11l11 thelf 144' SAMapriopareeil to Welt anin
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War Department Otis Report
Waahsiltiem, 'i:liThe war 410.
Partiuii't l 1la)y Oeewe' ye I th'feollo* ing
distpach from Mansla-
'Itrlgudler tie iaerail Ana.'. A
Harbanan rolehirla (Vlotain Smith. to(
'he IAt rn I I t a inlrymimpeny r,
Twenty ao4oh.I relleielit, 11nritd $Natve
Infantry, sime riat-l All eepstfOctIII3 see
Hislusn.. win-enw 11 All. osI ts
and ten follio. cci hilI.'.I
"Too oft All's werao anot several ahIl
lren snil 43d IlleworotI isln h tliosers.
%We, #4 tow Ifitrr wre 5 wletitl1d1. Seve
allib &is h ueieinete of 11#11"1441110%also
rapt sit foc
loWe ltmn M t l, ma C.
Twenty 64-4,m1e4 liefantry Meirt L.
118t"s relise1-hn) K Twouty seAelis.
pastry. lhellef1 Jehn J fot, s..pARY
e. res-sly ti,ptoe In lfantry. woes1dg
('.,gaIilauvltlr killed le axd sagipit
lof 394040 ISO-r 11 lAh l4640 8m0 Ck


Gevib Will Aid ReesIt.
New rlans Oke 50 -Vhe Pli
lonhe he s'6'siin Aa e stosaivae of math
rithumiersilic oeaglen q uofr aido
IV)5d'Clr t plan to gIve Lbs I dtM
musnmrra. e ilomn.eft assum"Y to Sm
masliists rnlliriee fuftt res. OW
In rme. g i to tooeae solr'us a
seam bt r of seasons a" repoes
liveeshavs ieredpused (beti' lees.C"
the 1ubJIseonSet", evey wmebw
crag aboard be& b6 eeNi is



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Mesring k~rs, Cemmece L~r
deavenstie w Oheog
VAMW 084 t- 6 e ?liY? w thyI
r Shea sftjwrl pr osa. I Is
1~HIsIn*460 olwteof toe rsllrue4
ish Ge peek Istewnsee Satmes
m' bw Isiw e t w k m ea" heire
O w.ued 46 asslaerd"p.
or, 3.0. 0 ftuseee. a6epelsis016011
W 8l"A6t Io the lorws" of sarl
vo Votf me 4S"afts& iopaMAF-
inspleto w theeisiry. 1i114 feNS-mee
ba OW 40diseeela. &0 oison I 0ecef 66
sp 9pUwwwwol beeit ii Id wav
&#IMF* bee

one hese *Ss~e,.4 lbs sine wolto
soon tothe eeee0's' e, v a,011,5s 660
obie Btobretsk St-itt IL. r Ir- a. Agat
aswe". % the 0eee,1 ic 1140eftjjg5oje
adI aIma br owe e l,6 4&e&asi
too" Pod 11 1 1110 ?O" O the
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?ISVf THOUSAND ACRES

PTn timber and Thirty Orops,
iO o x Seoxes, Included in the
0"l .,kirm WIM In Futur e be Known
fi W. MeArthur & Oo.
.*Aelll r extenLive naval stored deal
it made In thl county, D. W.
hur of tbe Florida Land Co0n.
rook, and others. having
the immense dnavl storee
to of D. MoKinnon A & ., near
berry.
SThe tract omprse'10000 asrem of
ron d timber, and iadditios to his
$ the plant is working thirty cropt, or
00,080 boxes, whihb are yielding hand-
sooaly.
With the preant price of turpentine
and rin, and the output, this farm
s bound to prove a mbst prosperous
flaielal venture.
AN IMPORTANT DEAL.
S lighty.One-Acre Tract Near UniverJ*
S*sity Orounds Purchased.
Another Important land deal has
Sbee n mado e this elly, which shows
S at real estate is still lively. The
deal comprises eightyCone sre- of
Island on Wst Liberty street, opposite
the new University gronads, known as
the illis property. It ls, owing to the
loeato of the Univerlsty ground,
S mong the moot valuable In the city.
Thb poubasen of thbs traet are J.
J. Baymane, E. W. Milleoan and P.
S Blaker, and it Is understood that
prie paid was a good one
The pauhasets propose to divide the
plpelrty Into blding lots, and will
la s t(he a meon the market at the
proper time. They will each, how-
eet, rest a niee residence on the
Sew possewlon, and in onsequenee
.of thelJoe proilmity to the new Unl-
Vrlelty o better homes aon be found
In Oalaeevllle.
JUSTIOE COLMAN'S OOURT.
i ihard Mobinon Was Fined Upon
Oargu e f PI tins John McOray.
-S John MqOray, a haekmam, who
we agod la the mayor's oorn 8ator
ay morning pon a hargne of flgbhta
inrard Boblasoa, who had been ar
Iewd upon the asme harge, and dil-
r'ohrpd, was not Mtifled with the re.
S t, and. upon a warrant msued to be
Ieod by him, Roblneoa was "hauled
up" before Jontloe Colsas on Mocr
d y. In the opinion of Jstice Col.
a 1 after the ea had been stated to
hi, RoMa son was adjedled guilty,
a was amss d a lae of 11 and o*sts,
whiEh was promptly paid.
Park's Georia Suesoes.
the seoees of the ParIk toek Com
p ay, whik opened a weekly's engage-
a"ft io this city MI-day night, was
S emaru'kble In Gorgiat. easpelally In
VMldoea and Dublin, where the were

r This company (l now maknlg its
SeMd annual tour of the Seuth, aad
Spoprietor and his asoelatM are o
d,, r that they Lro makllg friends al-
O Ws. Theo olrtin of Mr. Park to
a G etllloe this year was one of a
pt deal of tiunae plekuar eaot only
lthee ieelleaee of his show, bat sa
mIqatI of the warn trieondhip which
O apit have for himself and oe s-
wife laad elevr eo, Hajm, which
1 hbee been retained lnce last s-a

"Tea know it dooe the heart good to
mI e4t people like the ialneevllle
l lb," Mr. Park admitted yrcterday.
"'Thley were so good and d to um last
Sear, ad seemed so moac to appreet.
a -r humble effort to eacerainu
Sthm, that may good wife rad myself
-ae a'ilkpatked very pleasaotly the
wat this sae n .
Mr. Park elprets to rater. to
O piue a tenel to utaineetll Lodgel
i a Sl. P. O Ke. lel ka pminess


S a-th-caatle member of that or*

la ugel's Ocure.
It ary.asOnalleored boy.
WYllpe tIs the meaerw meu

*e"ras in the we Mayor them
ms amo toe mienla that the 4
ta In Me potp ethfal to rale-
t .dt aItm, atd la hI


8t 7N TO FAIN0

AIr uM. PwKkAM SU

I Lydi L l alPlat's
Pawa CvrOWW N

to her sex is fet
sad telalshu f miaia
h oldsl bees e T

whead A l& Mj' -
a eIberet, that the

I M t aoe .h* d eesto S tll
w wmta rbthia ler at aI tr
to e apri toe t o Is hid ther

KwPbdthaamO yaz, M a d
Hartvin bdSO inf #adeperleMex.
trataT g femla l th hrVele Mtabl
iPoo- at
Compo sItthl esoMH f om tie woens

worm, wery f-r her a ll da
tem to yJ l cer lnta a aesa y ao nl
of ther frelobe h

to d, umply beia A se had t
oer lam ireat y to wornk d eo, ao d
Ino the ittle iwy U of woean wao o
sought her adie years ao a Freat
amy of har flt ow-betn are today
o Mtaal a -i dr atdytoaaf re-.
O phyt fat wolt ly h
dah of thalam ha b en emura by
odrif ar e t heead to aIndt le the
Srd lt m whiset kael produced byt
hvoer hqdai orpteo aad trauai .


the ace )oop a oed womb dimaes,
ahi, trhenfinr, r the smo a y nt

Mrm. Plofkhae, It bo b o an sikt- "t
LofIn, form s ablad to o maiot a the
tallia women ofall kAin thoaa tIh
folm toe simplest lOfal Irrttsoat to
the mosa oompyated womb b diseases,
This, the"fouS, Ia the reasona why
Mr. Pankain, In bhr laboratory sat
ofn, Mass., is able to do aosIenr the
treanmewomen of Alindsoa thaa the
farm phyesidan. Any woman, there-
Sore, repouble for her ow s afer-
i who will not taks tho trbl to
write to ra. Plakham lotr advlo,
The tetlomniale whblh we arae om*
tanly publishlan fm roa rotful wo
men establish beyond doubt the
poweof Lydial onakhanm'aV tabl
aapodp to hoyair .eayaloan dlhaer.

Woman Plees from Hlghblnders.
Wahlnlton. Oct. 30.-leelng froam
Chinese hllhbloders In New York,
Lucy -RnoMlury, white. 3 years old.
who says she Is the wife of a (Cneoea
city, unmmoned a represmtatlve of the
press to the railway ntatlon here to re
Ievre her ronsclenoe by telling of the
dolnta In the Chinatown of the me
tropolts. Yesterday the woman said
e wase warned by the white wife
of another Chinaman that the high.
bladers had decided that sh knew too
nmuh and was to be deposed of. Ole
bhatlly athereod up soae money, told
er husband she was Iloln to a store
across the street. ad Jeparted for r
home to the eouth.

Repubilena Nteminat Jerema.
New York, Oct. 0.--.*e RspubHle
an county convention, wekh was ad-
Jourued Oct. 18. saubjat to the ain
of the chairman was eovesed to btor.
taste a candidate for dittrtt ettormey,
vies Oharlee A. Plemmr. resigned.
Willlam Halpln, au*tbor by the e
ectnUve comnNttLee, pioe b re the
ooavenatto the name oa WilMam 'iy.
oa Jerome. There was no other ne.
lattona an.l Jerome thuea Iunatinlly
named. Halpln thea anuoeulo thai
ma moos aa the minute of the evee-
tton wer trancrtbed and tlhe eerit
c ate of nomltatlo was made out t
tould be alId beltre Lt board of ele
tloa.. probably losorro,.


If hO Aby Ic Outig Teeh
Be ore and *e at old aUd wel-
uid mofdy. Mr. WISlow hetha.
mi Myrup. for children oothl It
aMhe the ehld. hoftelm the slm,
llaps at patL, earne wid colie and Is
-tyi9 9dos a e 1
PWetug ee Trepe Kill Nativeoo
lhJe w t Oct. Mt A oft~ta l at s
patch from the gerw or of Portuguse
We Afriesa tells at of a aagtulary e
eoaatw beweo* trme and atlveU oe
Oct. Tho lattw, mr. a m erta$.lee.
ambeu ed a emn eof PI~togme
t"em wtee fortsed them"sves is
t o ktLle with v oe eartsw Iue a
ter eight baWm' htlU the Pon
smw medr e k tmetr er"t MlIgt
two bhnre4d ~rres%. The Paw
sieNs lse Is lme,


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"Wbem do yew "M m. be"s
an**, um r VlurP'

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Teoowe a fSm b OneDay
Take LAXATID lNO Quinin
Tablets. Dvulm~ esifos, t
lath to cave. Gum'spasu
is neakbu..


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PARAGRAP1H*
mnanopeoshlsqeens I& a
DRY
*s s one oughb yes, s- ,
e someday beyewr- it until c
o "i tYstem thr)oin
alt dog in the U e lo a the con0 11
Srow iat ile doesn't' beti Winter painful and
the Wionous acr,!,
Are yetij active In pylwg a M of throu
you owe are m collertluDe a 111b OWi "tllt "es hot and
gawsn~~~0 "vrih lte the shin suft
Ut fo ti fact ist W a ; the cold, tO become hard
O much -hia _M tA adoflthe disease.
:ofitrTWled M though other
eMfr *m *ti mrp hurbt biu pbs fof e wf cttd. Qp p1 the trouble
mTeaI ui s p a q ara Il, bi IMi the trou
ON oe aft"7011Stto get relief,
Sthat a they do acids in
Sathe ooda must be rroa The only
It, fto a woman b for e s 8 8 ,. 4, atb purifiers. It
bric -- Mcl spoo th hf"Mf"1 of the acrid
Way ivig f e a oo tWitn a lookOW to the
wi ti.t tate ouLt-Ateh-bi a rM and cur-

A dil Inoqulnr. i al waste and
I Vkle ,n*l*1 ML Y CETABLLE 'OadS N**0mi1 S-mma-or
A kltan travel.ng man who PMV t BL Tettera it It pr --ly as nell
kit tb e o trade rays he he often mrly; beside it does not contaWin s a sIP- to derange or
heard d rOlt inqire of aotomers damage any part of the system, Boo iM a any medical
who SaTet oe a eough medieslo, advice you nt d, free. Il
whether It Wa want for a ehild or
an adoll, ai If for a child thbey Italo
invaribllly reommend Ohamberlain'e lneat,
Oocrb Burledy. The reason for thisr and t
that they hoir there I no danger from >l Oldlre o;
it and thWt always earue. Thee r.is s Dig etion,
ot tbhe eret danger In giving it, tod tr M
for onlbe,mlde and eroupd it le oan* I
surpased. 1wr sale by all d ruggist.

wend I5stu Im e I a rmt.
"Wood iC ts" are peculiaites of f --l
modern Plstsdi. They m a --desrbe

Libtry ad Dr. Hoskins. At ~1 Abe. : p .7,
d1yab, be the r sea of Gal"e, where 0 .
the JoerdaS ordable they found thr GS M E RC H A N T
First goo4 spreclen of a "wood tsal." .
A couple et ltalllnl trees mark tlhe eA"61 6a d "Je af
rmtnlg plan of stoe holy Moslem.
The grave has made the tries oed,
has gives them a new name, "faktreb" 3
(poor), ad asb rendered them safte
from oautrag for ages to come. The a
grave ofathe holy man aid the sacred -d6
trees convert the apot Into a sort of
sanctuary or "safety deposit" and 9OUTH B ID SQUArB AI I AI TIU.L. FLO DA
here th4plll ttlt ous people bring fire-
wood, rof tUmbers, old doom and win- Highet market pri paid for OChiekens. Egs other PrLdme.
dows, 'lagriclral Implements, wooden
msrs a household esselsr Aoplt k of h Co, Oats 01 flor, In, Moal, Seed Meal
safe keepln. bThey are safer here than ad e.f tC Joa rp iW.e
they could powsbly be under lock and lp gU n upie o
key. n thir wretched homes. So ti
comes t paos that these Moole
r"wood al*to are altogether an ex.z
turmet ol rfver. H. F. DUTTON & CO6.


0. W. Wirn, Maeogdoebe., Texas, a.--DA. I |lll -
ays hiso daHghter fad hills and fever
ft tbr Pearn; be rold not 8fnd oany Seal sa l. Oott v
thing lhat woulM belp her ill he nued O
Flerbien. 1Hi will not keep hose
without t, ad assr o say too mtsh Sea Island Cotton Seed, I and Twine. Waltu
for it. Me. Sold W. M. Johason. Lthr i 8o
Le ather in pe or Side&
b* Treft IAbms Vautar.
Wh.n e oe am think or It, an Maufaturerm of the Joaes oi Improved Englih
ty may 1leeda as an apprecatoproved
of the boeatital, wbeb Impels a to 88e I land Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Sme.
make ourselves as beautifl as it is GANESVIE ,
possible to be. It appear also onu
anralyal that a desr to make oe I I
better Is a corafgelo o the need of
belan heafttled, so that the girl or
the man who Atiivate may have a
les concei t tbh e tou wh o o about
oltest wtlh thelgaltvek they are.
*1*, prebbly, Mr it a el hsppm ('a----g.o-e__-3.
-t '"..'"- e, T. "'. A,, E. E. VOYLE, MGR.

bsubt of Tile a fl. tailmraUm fulshsed s i
thiga and P -Is s hite.aty... O l n qota .g Sr a
Mrs Streeke41-1w, my writes
ta th meert mr e' .tLn she's
sel ujst Is Iut. sb Ii-Wel. "
yro write to PBm I buy It ua' t FtUh AO, AO.r1 T, NUROLAlT AND IINDMITnfy 1 0.l e re-
tkleme W tl hea i to ee .1 men a semb ~ n e m I~, lllhh- -
them darn thPme 1as-kreklyV TT

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WE tATAIF
btenk FOR FIFTCKNatARS AND DO AD.
lneetd t n to ~ONSUMPTION.
r ameIasy la
#df d or We per Mr. Arthnr Gaul of Welartlelc,
mast aecompuuy 0 io, riter: "I wish! ever)oe sof*
fering frost. catarrh or bmie a
rjetof Palmer as arrived troubles kmew the value of YViol as I
b. .r. Jae hu deaided to do. Beforo taking it I had eal'bhk fIr


ad will son rstablieh a
a, the ma l be for which Is
lasellod as the eorner of
i" Umilty and Eat Mauonie

j DOU of Hague was among
to ahis ity yesterday.
i. "U l s a young ma, he
former, and will make
atbot tweaty-seven bales
o, withrtandiD the fat
Samo was poor. He rnioee
trep (n proportion.
*moent of the annual meeting
Southern Wdoetlonal Assoeo
lskh mnets at Nahville, Ten .
22-, the AtlantiD Ooast
RJdlway ha arranged to all
at one Erftelan fare plus
onets for the round trip.
askets will be on sale November
tlst; faal limit of same
November Ith. For full la-
or sleepig ear reservations
stie OoMs Line aente or write
0. Beliste, Distriet Pasenger
Ake1tooville, Florida.
ThIC PARK POM'PANY.
I['gasspmnt Last Night
RIkeo d by lig Audience.
ein ata entertainment of the
a Sek Oompany lat night,
ba a week' series, was a soe--
every way, andthe'faes that It
UIattended was evideese that
f y lot none of the populari-
was IPlned In the' two vieit&
Old Kentueky," a thrilling
af Southern life. was presented,
t is to be Jodgd from the en-
Sof the aodiene, I may safe-
hat the play was a winner.
ties were aleo good, and
r the entertainment was
appreciated.
Mpsy will present this even.
thrilling drama, "In Drkest
whib ti one of the moss oIn
plays ever written.
Approaehng Marriage.
pfnaelpal sooetyr fetuire of EY-
for the neat few dayewill be
of Jame Walter Meus
Sarah Aotigea ins, daughter
Marly Elvs, which will osar
ameday, November .
entratlan parties are many
sot only in the vlnto o ee m-
but throughout he entire ooanty,
pilU extend seergratlatooes in ad-

OlIy Directory FIr kSae.
Shave a somber of opies of
lMyOItyDirosory for ate as The
lee. I Is t handy refenoe
i for bialaess ad prfeeasiseal
,gving c he mean of reeidete,
tro*t and samber. PrIse, S.

SYOW OWT UP
WITH A UMN lACK

icls ewry body who ad -sahe
rn ie smr to know oft kt wadf
a"y, s o by O.t,

Sder remedy. .

S by Dr. Ethe ,tde

eam It~ *n*US&

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Lrn elga. klhem bany
Sllltaln lr-i h s

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fifteen yeI sad for tihe las Ieer I
had a pain in my lung and eooghed
night and day, which o4used me to
los l Ik. Ifltsure I was nolnl Ito
omumpsite, as nothing seemed to
help me.
"Vinol tes roramended, and after
taking four bottle I am etsenly
aured. I wlId not a ke $.OOOfor the
good it has dome. I wish I aooM
persuade everybody who uaer n from
eatarrh sad broeohial trouble, or
who dreads consumption, to try
Vinol."
To further eonvinee the people of
Gainesville l regard to the value of
Viol. I, W. M, Johnson, declare is to
be the most valuable preparation of
ood liver oil for all wasting diaseM,
the gmatse bealth restorr snd
strenghth-eretor for the weak, the
eonvaleseen and the aged whisk we
have ever sold.
I ar only ask every person I
Gainesville to try Vlaol on oar gur.
satee to return heir money if It 1AS1.
This l a fair, hoest oflr an rwhk
youofpaot los." W. U. JIbknm,
Druggist.
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MiLlOId MATT9lR.
Street and Sidewalk improvemons.
Busness and Personal Notes.
Melrose. Oat. 0.-The streoa lnf
Melrose are being put Ina the Ihape
the street aomIttel wh o are wo*ra
harand ald tful, are 0. 0. Hauband.
on street aL. M.di a, ona jd*e
walb; W, H. Lee, on bridged.
Albert Goodean ba s eseptd a posi.
ti a with A. A. MeBe.
Mrs. H. Seoe gave a qulltlan party
on October IAh, whh ka krlargelys at
tended and oshb enjoyed by all prees
Oat.
W. P. Rles and wife have returned
to PbaleU, after a plSeaSat vist to
relative e re.
The m*gors court was t session on
Frirdayt a hnd the Is 0 better off
Is eon0 eq, ,aoa.
P. M. Yearwood sad W. 8. Year.
wood of e Melroeo Manuetoarla
onmpay, he. reernd fm a boe.
neea trip bee South.
Ms. J. M. Beest and mKi May
Benestt bs retarmod from a snvesI
maste' Visat to relatives n South
Mile Edth Atwatwo df Waldo s the
ioet of Mn. 0. O Grime.
The Aler had to make two eelal
trips on Friday, sakas lSly barrel of
spite r pLms Seorth Im the
Molurem Mkafeelted g Oam A
large easolgneat of nott wat oat
oa her yeerday.
New Owure hI Cwer.
All Porta eMasee am ane n kW
to be sablen by DBeMl*km Arae
aJve, Je*. Waten of DeMid, T.,
wrtease heda ner ai r fM lar
Mss tUhtsemed iseestble. tel emb.
m **1 n kund-k, i -
Iis Arias Sal" led JIs adamIs
In perfeetly won." O 6808sed
Oagm e and bern,. US M a on a
stem.
Two Kloed sk C olaue.
Oaciandats. On. ..-A spelA bA
Remake. Va., says t tw -rtw we
Ied d otheArs ae hteW ear
wasae asemd by a hea eelat d
ues the bymdiah 4*wIs if W W
nmnb a- Wee r mai- meM
San It isee oile t l beof he y,
m* egnoe. am was n headed to s"
bt viewot the p" sme0 s o04 er





0 mom mto e&Ovada n "
ag d m" e "a4 S ~ mead
(W.gaYes 0 aft 044=W agad


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a.N
Agus-dsi-a
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opiateI. Tbeaaln e in
pbaage. eate subsetitutoe.
KeOoleam A& eo.


yellow
J. W.


Lot Iacursion Nitoe
To Menas and r'iurn via Atlantis
Oet Line. Tikert o ale Oetober
Snd to november tnd, lueaslIte.
Irn Jashesirill, Ia.1;) from Live
Oah,$.l 91from Pltka. s 0.1 .; f tm
Oaloeeetlo, 10 ]rot rate from
other polie asll on sgeos of Atlasmt
Osel Uee. Tickets liaised so No.
ember L.it, 1la. .l Inlode adme-
a to tr irl gounfi. Fw Pullma
M"eesaS o ary 6ther lafermAstio
write -esk 0 ilage. etulet
PMaa r Aps, .At ateI ast USIAe,
JaesMMUeiltl. Via.

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DORAm C IFE

Deybtln to Sasoo OsLt to rder.
OTyRS m D SMdAE$
oorrK r: IAm.u
PrIOs3 RK&ASOIALB.

WE&LRST sa1lJ iA




t a 0n.
SBmllM


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is


Jumping!


Cotton Orowg uumbling- Peoop f
Ckmbt*AK.! 0fing.
Jtideon, Ont. SO.-Te C,1ton copp is
shNut All eI@h .d and I i.?of It hat
tlevn ii ithl 044M to Ierti pr potind.
Thre prcre arrt so snIalsIP ry that a
arr' totalgrowfs" WI try **1Me-
thing 640.
We have no estt015 'v running
her". thiesyestp, OVA 1at 1-; es ta llit -
tie more quet. aula Ahe rn-r ld miss.
iloga II toa hrd blue.
There h as huo mp real estate
changing W 6a.bte. WVB. Disk
and X.- S.& Yoko 10have sold their
"wes, ank of 11116"r ?troemplat"
glofg So TMMSak, b he 111,has bought
lot., ~ ~ ~ $so wih Itpv ., as
be son got aftewl.
W. a. Do% $as h Is Ling to Plant
0My a" Stry =oIiegrowing, Ia.
steed ofg,6VWiM Sal Isltut cosk a.
a. IaRbYw ad Saibelm are moving
SWJ to illebtu S r'eldt.
Tere an a 0 06(br ot f people som.
IRS here to l014,
Owe WUtse Cough.
.2. Gegism, N North Main aseset,
Ottawa,IM,wurkses "Every fall It
has boe Y wi felk I III to eateh a
saewro s"ld, s er r. to Gough all
wisot' long. LIMt fal I bit her a bot-
t0e o01. Rmbsu5911Pi' A.11 u1d I8
uad hatbeOb to ole rev sonndlI all
llbgh1 WI. Whssey t cho Uodugh ro.
bls her. Mo 4W .. o loe ssop $be
sough, ad iks 1s hblp ti be upand
well." '5.80m111 Sold by W.MK.

OMNI* awoiri" Naval Offisers
rtrobb 961. 31.4. p m.--rks
puo" IWited 2t, ..'Ai o00crs te
holunoem IAthelbsSibut Pale..loty~
and as ead lneAMker will be eater.
teaebd by his temrrw at the sn
Plafe. TIs 1atast upn the part n
the amps,,,Is uaprocel~tG. td.Th
cOMMand4 theIkIt) d lelavs
a frawell waft Arty yesteda nal
TaksbdM 1W ta teaiplan offer rwh
are kept prlss tere, TaSeta t
the, Mpsr r0of Rw"'ia and Japa
wom uSS& rwith athitinam.
A Osd.
mis il to e*Hllt Shat all druggists
1 as"thlis"Io* ",fund youru mose
If VpleC Ne os H a d tar aifls bo so,
Four sou"h or eMid. Ist ops i$e
sough,.h beasihe la01 and pleiete
Serio rsaman @Irn a ,edd. Oum b
grIppesogedh sad puonts Psesm
Big MAd easumptles Ceoneal@ be


Because Homspune, dipghams, Cali-
cos, Irillings, Ducking, Bleehing, Cam-
brics, Towels, Underwear and a great many
Dress Goods-in fiLct 75 per cent of a dry
goods stock-are imado of cotton.


Cotton Advanced $2.60 a Bal


in One Day!


It is still going up. Our Dry Goods'
were purchased when cotton was 6- cents
a pound. For three months the price of
cotton has been 10 to 11 c(ets.

We are selling our Dry Goods today
at from 10 to 2() per cent less than the fao-
tory price f. o. b.


G.


HYDE.


MAX KRAUSS,


L A. WEIL & CO, 0
WNOLISALE' SNOe
W All Ue. I

Sle Ageaste for OmAC ad. SOT
SIGN QUALMT Shebo.. B
otr warranted.


I. sbialm


0 Alodl


I IAINIutrS Vinl


RIOI1T.


Alachua Pool Parlors.
C. Beren, Preifter


Leated in the P 9S te a Is,
sid. eosars. Thwo

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vabm
Sll underlying onsom ot Mawk
Mevdmta
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P~an~the led oI) b se 2006 amt
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DO YOU ATTEND?
wa sity in Florida w1rs
Sor. re gular in atte4
than in Gainetilt,
they mils going D e
matter if they Lu
night on Saturday.
-drst question usked a
arrival in the eity is:
do you attend?" .ad
A *a *e the one the quoe.
ber of or not, no for-
Sre asked. Thsre is
~ B4e posing by the som.
h. All they Sn So
S0e have a hole sand at
Vb 9M 4Lod of religious mein
mget Wf I est, asd -by so doing
shows d mmoi the me-I


",'-: Z^ !ruS3s, bot all labor for
i MOM is 1" d to 'l l of the moral and relig-
aud taw los 99r9 lesa efIm e .f the oity irrespective

1 1^! dp a rt*i*bI*1 os-i- L -' N!
A TIMELY REBUKE.
aioi ps. .' The Danstida Advosate, in making C.Nod
owl. a few seeomsats on the present ednes- I aned A
M1 hsm ew ought about by the eCoed me after
a'-o of eased% Seek-ass i ,ery properly remarks: Ob
SrOaI, P. Bryan of the BIS tat t .
epea3 of o otoiil bha had published an
at no seastt b a rtilefe soreeta some of the mislead- d d fight lbw o 4a oli
jb riuwM a upIaP. l, Iee IyI ta lag esttemealttmde by enemies of the n a at
-9 t -'- "I. 0 l _-- -_ prosmese ki of education as pro-
p. SS l ?i vided for tl-*Buakman bill. These
7owle a m t l- allowing the local ben.- -\A
S UNST RO. i of the aupmy formerly opened
*Ip. 3rqtes~ dblel tbyb .^ ffll ah byt be Smaii sr overshadow the good
qeablor tho bob thN 4Lof 4 of the wo e 8 to and the edoestion
1p0moe M"o a o M b both o P&.
They e "a rp for the ed oes
S S oolloe'en ptl, will be lr a oo of ourto o g people, but want th - "
aMtUl Pat tMi aIt l* mosey tha I t IMs formerly expended in I
S their eboe Wasr. Sooh people are
Hei q-ain baitfe *4 < he oo o sorely ael to be allowed the care of
I^ oM" l 2 ay ofi oyur otbloc." If You Are d
ae whospbm as v ne lved' A a nfmber of. r.sors w-re stolen from

fbeyi t ioioriropt- fo I0M -i wt hai- b:ea eioppin themselves to $ro Written With Lib ieralitt of Poly Ooa441U 8A 00 company
Maigttoovorrpt for0sey t 008at0o so groel p d 'a "e t d eaeo Pays Lo-es Promp.ly
-l -*- s ut h oewpu. W ohs of ttk or pere o,
II Is r Ye ft psrae d I es tShal The State A4 t Tamps is progress-u r
d4r t wili pmbAl0W e e dag gWbelM upa a or log rapidl.l The sountie of the stats
I~ t Ifamoen. Me a. iS otl r eeruu abed, are getting their displays in shape.
S1 W bo ems uod aI bal. Tb sIewepape t always working for I That no serious los can overcome you without yoo h re some
a tIn k sh k thLt e Los is hes I %own. bsot I mest aztes oe. refuge.
0r.ma i tk ad"hie960ll bp mIImeIso who a Ii Im I aIM" or fI 0
wh. 'nm be em. take MUI st ompe t prt entrprIse. Te ,
people 1100411%0SV106. UQarUr ,itadW
$ewe f t"" hew"t None but Reliable Oompanl espreej.Rp
IMl begim 1-11.141Thi rs o rie klMevlls of Ba. Of Our H e art, t.

qmOte pAhd r ir te Sower pardea the blood to eMry part of the 0
G8 IMW lb"iWed ad
__e se ,ho d' be Cheula r. oee, thas sleer aews. body; this blood conveys the -
et py whom glees- edm S` bswb themes soh bone and mnucle; t aso car- Information eheertlly furihe. a)mv* A
s pl who Le p.,to $M ein 66 pnM "a ,i Th sn Sae to ries off the wor-out particles.
gefor fe lMbwlag wa ve roe be- If the heart utters or palpi-
-Set toaam asitheo- 160". t~se.alwhik .Lo pebieh, Il spite of states, it i weak, and is work-
SOlUis erme' t i er et the blubs it brile ing iinperfectly, so that the PARTIAL PRIC LIST
of Oklahoma "d Is d"two I. body does not gt this nourish-V lai new t ..
,Net IM WsI ivl t e iP OHaMoide ment; it ails- TJ to throw off i
le e"I.,,.* of T Ydonot his nourish- Whiskies, Wise., ueer at ust
amOaus hoU ioa *ti mom t se Oeeville- Oki, b uling out the impurities, ead they re- e N =,.
Of 8a W 'I| ~me of the osf See m in the main to poison the system.
e g" ha bean it uA 0`o h JAC. If it isrregdla, skips beats, EXPBRESS #P .AI 'k et P ei)d.
S .. .. rest or is painful, the heart prob- run.,, .M*~g*Cab 51 0 6 5i. sle a.
SI a tha t he I o1Cub Oe..... s T f o I. a
eari 1 theb -doe i .ad ably "leaW e Abe crcuSnatioUn bo county R s. ass : ;: 14
Se'wl,) tit ~ as at& i tdang erous. can mare a ..". ....... o ea ..101 l a.,
h en ri ," vallb a h o? two4 N M I as I m wo., 5he s ob M your heart and kee it I W 1 :e . ...... n l ... -..
M N naao," t es *A, I me kS**hw f headl a IS so with Dr. M I .art ure, Pe ......... t so
s-aee a oyr*M sorl ~d A ptest g way, Be maal which is a piedicine and AS.kr M..y .... 3a o a yo I" a
aud boy hd 6 1oP defet w da --aa % of tooeha tht tIt the aNa.. .... T t. I ; ; -'
Me Iles oft lasove, h.b tate, se- me. pdop. Te Gmemloh heart serves A sae ,.rousT corf r s ai ,,IS..
WeWand fort, bhat a in i to" II hr AniChnomn n ......... .....
e.a gie for the hed and asem W y gIar. f Ig aw b t .a. O IA..O... BA b.2e A *S
'-Am f al 14-yweoli girl, wb e tShe a_ _o l .. EI *......* 1C*
g'eam" mumy eDamramwus ........ ine
A i't1M s Tper o.d The boyn a to Li ftof 5*'%*FB Ila,, 6
Po pewt ho o Ifthr-ol who be"tbus epWftell A S
~h t bewoul d be o o o~ ewle 1,, V a W M ,


Tbs hetteu of pelalae ib the life In. Mr wo winss fii ,A
wemoandeet oew being laves*.. Th". Is Uvwe. WTWOala LM"re.0

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DOFi0lak bprfsgs w"

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DOWhell for holdh4 Its

MAW A usIuou Moms CoLe
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th to bae home theatrical
taI on november 2nd, inter-
i ab u al- seleoanq.
mat s of Pithiu of Distriot
Ilh I a weltag at Aredia,
SWedaeday, November iad.
pod Grape Froit Oomphty,
stme, 0oome to gather is flne
S~wI bell e tieet In t hatb ee.

i% Japanese store is eon.
fr. Oans, a nephew of the
Oprna. who mae I so

I6 r, colored, has bun jailed
goods from his employer,
wby hom he was em-
b ulve a ddivery wagon.
45M1 Riverview, Hillabor-
Mq0, had his hair e**8 ad fee
t rrid fourth fre tiime i
SHee hob dow tshe's beth.
B.ldere, r 13-year-old ae.
I latow, has bun arrested
tHa two small white boy with
a.. The wounds se not dea-

ylor of Miam will sot sue The
n Ifor $10,000, bto will whip
--If the editor is fool eoough
H do It. BDt the editor e%'t
0-M.


pWolb of ismelaN ha been
mier wrest the eharm of
bat Is a quarrel with bis
Ashe do beOW after his
an Ire to he hws.
Emeg ehaOUIola mess.
si rbs *Ib Use Gosh
f slew of Mae. Teber, who
WAb" st eped e etN.
bir) t W be Made ber belt
Niain ot. uwawr of .f NO.0.
i eGIa AM.an eealp"ofte-
6- ftatsramcp at Haw.,
-oo"ham..bute -@van
ibuW O.,' at Miessf A
Ow go ,e e bfor bi ap-
kk)sw tremstWe eawp ha

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WILL STUDY YELLOW FEVKm.


Surgeon White at New Otleane, A.
neunces It Will Be Life's Work.
New Oria. Ot. 30.-Dr.. J. H.
White whom Goer.or Blanchard hoe.-
ored with an appolatmeut asM oldel a*
his staff. attended a banquet livesab
the taff lagrT'ilht aad made a brie
reposse to a tout In wshio he too
oocaloa to say tht It was his rates
to deote the remainder of his U
study o yellow fever and H
fed dlesIee.
The anatmoeai t w p anml a
calved.
All but seven of the erpeoe who
bare been khe or at nearby potato
durtin the fever arp prepare g te lee
the oUy saJ most of them wail gt
away today, pgla back to their re
spectie posts. At the pa ebt rate
of proeres aplast the MisaI It Is
asmmed that th resdlatfag t Wse
with the xceptio at Dr. W'hit, vwi
be able to leave by th eend of at
week.
A telegram troam Talllah saanomea
that there Is o Lo er It that tow bm t
that there am tn ase. threeW vb
ad ,sves colored, on the wler plant
tion and atae cane, two of whiMa m
white, on the Laleod platatUo. On0
of the latter has ded. No other
deaths wre reported I the state.
Coeordia parish bea as-d a p
mlt to boats to lnd In that parts, uat
w not allow peseaenrs In
There a gradual remedaal of qa
aulee by verom p"eto il laobleas
ad Medoarlpl. A aI pa amer df
eompansi 'Dr. sm U KuA Of
iroiaot eHrae of L-e PIiieL in
the aritnae postal ervn W oe
e* a trla Ud delivered to aim a a*
drees of tbao la I ems eN w itth
Services peI rmed by hi I- Sthe t
agaset fever th at tow.
Advioes rmeelved Is the ity arm n
the feet that re es e a
to all pots t he ate t
itfeoted tby fer.

Some ebkeea) AAM .


7
Ir~ijr.b#rmoldlts
rilSorn HaIa r


D-m",ft9"uld Not LieO.
N~We-. ,PA WrhaI
After Ydeuh H jears wfth
she ht biiN Ig ~Layeeb PS
am sW el4?11v duotof ad.e ads
OWetod e34'bkW. 6tnd to it 84
-mos, asI m Ipo Uibly 11""
saoshes umar4hP vw wrtno smU
fmor an. b Oi re uwe@ room
Iaueblb WSI USis'the asese
bsta 1% d bW&WW-ivUSU! W reebott) t
beisM Wp b6ernetIMCenitiUnhhd to
iupu,1us llL~- inse~r~ly wsll' 1.
W. Mecoemal.0&e
oued St ftj 5 44.000.
otmam, OIL--fa:-Wi t t t"
breamye OC $ I M ? the urtan
TPst e*MWs thiG Yt, Aubrey 1..
I we. WOM eO k erP. T h ope~s
mis that as JW 1t. Rn" d 14uhh
VitI the TrsT a 4 sl'o oft6e
4d Norlb% &ad WeUtern railmed 05
pUay. Ohm "adbe"*,- Worthl
tmoo~ t" ----1 0 ofd the O
myl as so a" Wr Hctem WA
PftI 6800, WM We aaves area
1W A bttfe t"atsd. n# Indit to

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TWE PMWEROP STRAAM.

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to him b"sd tem
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5a usr, baldm atd
so rLe sets
of hums bellt
Wpm= : 4tsftyo this
tly resteee (the
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I may bee pleseefse esperyeu
osoe ourge people oSl thw 0"m
she par t %0lay In S a SN f o
brorkmna 0oash Rsmody. ye i sb
owe neaeto be seeded bob"e W&
fors ee. and wee awe rmove
Saeoft y rMelo I weare esime
"*mmanom a sow lo
&W borle itlaw bremo ed In As
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Pa"Woenpi TMMA W Sauther if,
DCes1104is4 *',- S. S. C.1.
Greeayfl PC et .-oa
pasetngewral s("I -T" .rs way to
Atlanta Ovet ''*-m~pq'5 )llA'5. WUs
derailed at1 4 Oi J .trumfW this
Reports bhft'af iml iut is
cf'luiu tat 16am.R. ifmllte.
white, ot A bV&,* ddo I ~gg
)"ster ChegAOt. 1t s, 6 rmaly
hurt, with, e'I~ .bvh Ise ast.
masno i b4u S ~Sb'" h urt. b.
giatber O'NI 'US* A i nd.
The caa*6 b..de lil Ilwtnt I, a
UYThe. h ~U~l 1% Ofa
Plsla. tHe,,0S'. W.t msid tow*
ove. It Ihr
--the Wk~, maO An doauC-
eft. Iuftied.
Ime b C', d btoeat
?wil v %**WIm W ee! hescehe
of the wres* b*re a ap1cisOI
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THE ALACIOA COUNTY AITIACT CO. In,
lUJI5illlt3ID it

Readers reliable erviees of every sort along the lle of
Lead Title Ia Iie % ao t of Florida, partllulerly
Alaeha eounsy.

SMII IALTIiRSl A etras Uw Ti ax Salea Sear
AMb" te le ea.eM-t Iad Oiwaei la e Of sltea,

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Doua 6A 0o., Basher.


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SaaTnv a noble family,"
ii gelt at bek to the be-
Il you vtev the proper
t e are noble.
-/ -I, Ihoweve, should not
.to aretlly, or some one
a' as parnoe was a oat-
Sa a thlid may be found. All
b.ators who came to Europe
f that clue. Probably the a
who Is the object of a family's
p was a man with a big stick,
Increased bli territory by killing
his neighbors and annexing their
'o9esaAsons. In that way all the
StateW of Europe ogrw great.
S "There are some people in America
also who are'beinale to talk of their
Social station. If it Is the begflalin
that counts, where would Lincol be?
He had no pedigree-not In hls imme-
diate parents at leaet, though I believe
S his mother must have had some sort
of nobility In her.
"The greatest men in America have
Sancestors, but the smallest men and
women are beginning to speak of 'their
stblles.' Their ancestors probably
d me over, not Jn the Mayflower, but
ft the steerage of some immigrant ves-
sIl. And he, that first one, was the
bst. The family probably had de.
teriorated into wealthy ltUonailre
and spends most of Its time In Bu-

Saved His Life.
SJ. W. Davenport, Win Ky., writes,
Jone 14, 1103s "I wns to tell you I
believe Ballard's 8aow Linlment saved
my life. I was wonder the treatment of
Swo doors, and they told le one of
my loags was entirely gone, and the
other Ial arOreted. I also had s4omp
eo m side. I don't think that I eoold
Sie lived over two months larger. I
i fladeed by a friend to try Balard'
ow Liralmeat. The Inrt ppllestio
e A f gr ealt relief two flttij ot
Iottlee ured me sond and well. It Is
Sweoderfo l aedle eand I recommend
te olerlag bmsanlty." old by W.
*I. Johmeom.
Chikae Posteffle Moved.
K O. Csm". Oct. so.-ftst rlg"t"
40io l e ta' os movtn the OUti
page poetofloe Into the now quartan
is the reeatly complete W ,.000.0o,
Odrale btlldtas, without delaylrtI a
I lturblal the Ihandlng of approtl.
W tely 3,00,.000 pleoes of mall matte
whto the offer handles daily, b neg
S today. P re.lrtek Ooyne, the poet
i. mauter, wU authority for the state
en hat that elaborately have prepare
saons bwen made Involving the minute
oaicuiatlona of lanumerable details,
that the intricate work of the postoa
foe, wheh collects and delivers mall
S over a territory of 14 square miles,
would proceed wihLout a moment's de
lay.
Full of Tragle Moaning
Are these line from J. Simmons
of Oasey. I. Think what mlbht have
remeited from his terrlhbl eough If he
had not taken he medicine about
shich he writes: "I had a fearful sooon
that disturbed my nitht's reet. I tried
everything. but nothing would relieve
it. until I took Dr. King's New Dioeeo
erl for ensurmption, coughs and eolds,
whleh eomletrly friend me Instast*
ly live, and Irnirnently eure all
throat and lunli d sr.aes; p:reve ts rip
and p,.eumonia. At all drurlists;
garant hed; i'o and 11 (1. Trial botl
e fIre.
Governor Refusee Requisitten.
Topt.a. lKas ) Oct. : -- Htool h a d' !tld to honor thIe retUl.
altiou irom th.r neruor uo Teran for
the rwtura o Chtarles xrana, a negro,
to thluat tae In doing so. the Ioyr,
erar eaid "I believe that It is a
good thing for Teasa that Rvaa a be not
return there All the tetteloy at
the case te dn to how that if the a
aro were returned to Texas. sumo eo.
traiu nr t n would rome tO akli"m. eam
wa ldl:red in Hurleeoa uowaty. Ta.
s, rhoaotkug a whtlle ma wiih b.
Se1t to kill
l.


Den't be Imposd upoo.
740y A Vi.. Chiesgo. orilntcat
HBMW n Tar a* a throat ad augS
mc4dv MAd eonmeosat ot the at 1M
merit Md poparity of Foloe's io*e"
a&d W at may Imitow manse oered
W Aote gmnube Teseweeotbleme 101.
Otia"tbe""U & Im ""dme "ame.
bewaeo fI thlm. The gewl Foew$ I.
At* l mk ue Isto a yebs. pneng.
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CMattle Allen,
I suffered wi
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I Imldaty co i to Improve, and
now I fd like a nevw w man, and wish to
recommend it to al k women, for I

SCa~d is pure. mei nal extract of
LyT "veetae fidiep which relieves
,_i, l femal-e pns regulates female
"s4r fustonesuptheorgans
fS S a to a proper state of health
&J l your trouble.
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Whike.a Win.s

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BAY STREET,


JACKSONVILLE,
FLOMOLA
A ts for Pabt d iwai S w
1Etornmerbb l10 dos. W I per dog. SIM
hlue titbr hIM. blo dos, $U13 p9rds 5w 1*0
Jug's Sbb---iAhOW hew.
Per bblW 10 do.0; perud4#1.


We
on the


pay freight or exprm ohargm
following liquors:
LEWIS ISN11, Away Above" Eoi is
t hsky Lhw
4faill quatts...... 8 a 00
II fullquarts ........ Im
BLUM' $ 8RAM, 10 VerS O:
4 fall quar'ts.....0. 9490
1 tull urtau ........ 1200
EARLY TIMESPure Sewr W hWhisky:

4 fall quartdtel .... 4Oo

12funlquarts..... .107
SLUMS SYLVAN SLEN, I
Tsra Ow.
4 full quaerb. 3 90
6 full quarts 460
1t tul quarta 900


SmlEt$AUA SlUIl
4 full quarts
fo quarts
is full quarts


1*.~ .* 55.


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l:80pmn Palaki JakosmmaU,, I1
Daily North, Eat an WaM glk
12 :0pm High Spring, Wayerom, S, vUash, B3msawlk, 8 .
SDaily Albany, Atlut, all Poin tsUoa. las WeI Dl


8:6 pm Rt
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8:50 a III
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Interehangeable Mileage Tikets, good over 1,000 mUi of among the prrc.
eipal railways in the Southern States, are o ate b the ptepal ageud.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to Now YorT, via Atlantic C st
Line also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southeroa Ballwy.
For complete information, sall o
J.A. 0OODWIN, Ticket lent, Galuesville.
Address:
FRANK 0. BOYLBTON, Ds. Pass. Ag., W. D. STAEK Trv. Pass. A d
188 W. Bay st., Astor Bnildin, Jaaksotswlle, .
H. M. EMERSON, 'raf. Mgr., ORAXJ% ,& e ag .,
Wilmington, N. 0. WIa 0il0 N. 0.


Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in offet September 4, 1 6.
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No. L
DaUy.


STATIONS.


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8 10 ....... ..........rvn ............
8 ....... ... .. Dunarvan ......

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L. B. BARBKU, Gneral a0periatendesn J. V. HILL. Aenn.


SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
________ Efective May 8., ioos.


No. 8
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210
200
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THE DAILY SUN: (GA


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, OCTOBER 31. 1905


ifto h, Death.
3 1N .-A start
i e M~L iMOs qa revealed
r tlt~~n into the
rIiae, the 16-yearslld
4 JaV. Dreyer, formerly
addition to the
lil was carrying a mes
amI g the death of Mrs.
at Museatlne the
S rl Was picked up by Man.
'W. Co1ey. of the Bell Tele-
..aps1a, Just subsequent to
sewage announcing
dtLh. Manager BDd Drey.
It4 Postal Telegraph company,
t 0r of the girl, narrowly ea
A4i.th at the same spot about
ser 110. He was delivering a
to the very family to wrom
meusenger was going when
IM her death.

H*roio Action of Youth.
AAAo Oct. 30.--A dispatch to the
ae. from Aurora, Neb., says toal
rl1ck of his own life, 14-yearold
SJacobsen yesterday forced his
hlargah a solid wall of flame and,
Sbseet taken from their bed, low.
Sths two younger brothers tc
I from a ire In which h moth
Id baby sister had perished and
destroyed their home. aSmon
the husband and father, wao
burned In a futile effort tc
tife. To reach and rescue
tbe, Adolph had to make his
oD a light of stairs when the
wa a mas of flames. An at.
to tart te kitchen stove, witb
Started the fre.


Astonishing Incident.
,to all her friends, an aston-
en t that Mrs. I. B. Hunt of
Ide, Wis., was cured of her
I laseae. "Doctore," she
"had given me up; friends
d to bid me the lut farewell;
f despair darkened my horizon,
a wreck on the shores of des.
y, when I began to take Eleo.
ters for my frightful stomach
r complaint. To the astonish-
all, I was benefited at once
now completely and miraca-
tored to health. At all drug
price O0e; guaranteed.
am s t Avealtull.5.
x A lran n btoh "Conquest of
R thl World" shown man's
when be became an agrlicul-
At first man was a hunter, aft-
be reared cattle aud lastly crl-
the soil. If be had een able to
te animals. that helped him
The want of Iroper animal
re In a certain measure retard-
advance of particular races or
agricultural elorts. Apt-
SIlled on a higher degree of a -
Swhen a eld wa plowed.
was even requilste a new mental
it the exerctm of pateace. Tbe
Eight eslat on the deer be killed.
ouuce th effort supplied the food.
Irhm be plowed, sowed oad sIar
a season elapsed before he bld
)wrd eo bls toe.
) profteon f agriculture was
meo tollomeo than that of berdt
sad man, averse to hard work.
M Iog before the fatigue of the
Wben the flrt eld was plowed
te true reoorm e of manktad
fotmd, ad bhi pgroee wae as
The distinglulhin race eo cultI-
I of de soil were the Aryaas and
o name Aryan coses fre he
trare, to plow.
iWe No* wi w *eere Proty.
wI a. so matter be ree alar
Maeme may be. ea be setU
p, if her compleslon li hd.
IutMse Fret Sermp a ide sd
b e a leare allow bletched
NUIM- by saielastla the liver
Orto Laxative Freas

S1011eaUo ate o *pri*p Aad


011 stiry erwes r o so
LndiV nom o mtrn ueam"
6 m -O O ath Naand reweto a-
, ehi e r or f-u. alsa v im a
W aelsfte eane *-wmi"
SMI o asWiler crystals la s ry
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
Notie is hereby givetI hat on the
3rd day of November, A. 1). 1906, the
underoigned will apply to His ExIel
loney N. B. Broward. Ouveroor of the
State of Florida, or his succestors in
nfMle, for Lerers Patent on the ehar.
ter proposed below.
This 9~th day of Sep'emhir, A. D
1906. E L. CUsHMAN,
B.R COLSO .
J. W. Br.AInDIx


ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF PENINSULAR PRINT-
ISO COMPANY.
ARTICLS I-The amne of thie aot.
p ration ball be the PKINsVULAR
RlITINo COMPANY, and its principal
place of business shall be Galnesvlle,
Florida
ATrICLt II-The general nature of
business to be translated by this cor-
poratlon Ihall be to print, stamp, en-
grave and lithograph stationery, book*,
papers, period ieaa and other matter;
to buy, ell, handle lea e and deal In
paper and papers, stationery, oa1e
supplies and furniture, priatai
presses and appliance, real estate and
personal property, and to have power
generally to do .and perform, have,
hold and enjoy all other property,
power and thian as shall be Incident
to the conduetlug of Qhe said business.
ARTICL Ill--The amount of the
capital stoek of this corporation shall
be Two Thoboand Dollar, to be di-
vided into twenty shares, of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars per
eshre, and all stoek suboerlbed for
shall be paid in la eash, property or
services, at a valuation to be fixed by
the D rectory of the company, at a
meetingcalled for such purpose, on
the granting of this charter.
ARTICLa IV-This corporation shall
have corporate exltenee for the space
of ninety-nine years.
A RTICLi V-The bulneaw of said
corporation shall be condoeted by a
President. Vice.President, and Seere.
tary and Treasurer, and a Board of
Direetors to conist of *oo les than
three members. Thebbolnees of said
corporation shall be opdemted by E.
L Cushman, President, B. R. Oolaon,
Vioe.Premsdent, aAd 3. W. Blandila.
Secretary and Treasurer, until there
shall hare been an eleston of offers
held by the stokholdane of the corpor.
stion. The first annual metlngof the
ritckholders for the election of ofleen
and trmanetiong emerally the neen-
say bousiea of te Aorporatloe shall
he held on the 7th day of Novormbr.
A. D 190. aad the annual meeotn
shall be held on the flre Toeaday of
June of eaeb and every year thereafter
dorlg the aoetlaoanee of this harder.
AnicLa VI-The highest amoean of
indebtedames to which Uhi corporation
can at any time sobjeet itself ball be
Four Thoosand DnIlarn.
ABmcLa VI--The name and real.
densea of the subscrlbers to the said
harder are:
I. L. Oaehma. Oslaneille, Florida,
* amar. (Seal).
B. I. Odesn, OGlalvllle, Florida, I
shave. (8Sel).
J W. Blnd"ing,. Osinevill. Florida.
I she. (el).
B TAT or FIotn.
Oofts of Aieehb a
Oai ie day pelroally appeared be
fore me Ed L Oueemu, J. W. Blad.
lao and B R Ooloe, tomewellk oom,
who aseAowledod before se that they
-sge4 and waled the fr gaormrle bes
ser, ad aet eppeole their ia s he
- tof stock b esbeibed for aad
that they did the mea freely a; 1.1.
untarily for the see aed perpess
therein expresed.
B a. Couao,.
J. W. BLAXmO ,
B. L Ovus-ax.
Witaea my head sead esea Oal a e
ville. eids. this b dae of i l
her. A. D. 1~O T. B. Ia,.e ,
Notry Peblc Stote eol fIPtI at
Large. My se1al1les esapirm e.
rveber 10, W0I.


THE SUN

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proved ad almaimprond), phoepEse,
treaing aMd farmI9 lands. Send him
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QAIWN8VILLB, Alahsoa (C'..,
Ofbee In adel Jlloek.


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THE WEaT END.
FINE WINS, LIQUOR- A CIOARt'
JOI ( IrXUIS. iro., ', or
1n4i w. ar &A. JasJoo.I I*, na.
FIaos ber, beotle sad d raught. Don't
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Low Colonist Rates


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3447 Yees V,.n. (J..o IpAmla
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346W uss( of m .a' Such msad
$St." low! tnsee a.O s
$0.e topoPai-rI a Mle MAge
1040 hu, )maim Im"9
MOW 8IMPO-O p F 1 r 1 10006.~

TIko's will he sold delly up go sad
Imedlagc Otobel viol, lowS


L a L11-bldsomernIA fepsdfOW 10"k
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Real Estate, oYvaercil aut Oem
rai Prmact. All husime'. prcmptll
attended to. Olle aet door to Sub
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'Th1`.-* Elegant Trains Daily.


Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail.


MOD ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

)lly liilt Optrating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleeI s

For full information and sloeewr reservations eall on anr a rat aboard or
write A. O. MAcDONEII.L, 8. 0. ROYLSTON Ja.
As-t. Oeueral I'Paenser Agent, Pamepr 8 Aas,
JACK()NVILI.,. V.ORIDA.
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H: ; ,? .. '- Wedneday. Keystone W. F. hobeipW A wwif e gA X
. to Codar Key a $IS few days.
S: l of Kanapaha wIM in Found-Poep5 brooeh, one pparl os4.
"serday.c..all.on 0.i. ; Basil, W U. Tel.,
Xld Det'sbh cloth Inall W. S. D, returned fle a
Il d"s t 'h eombinoedebu uUdpleas. trip
f left yeterdsy for High New York. -
Sether pOists on busi ess. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reeves of VI
pme-- d sad street hate, fall ton have returned to their home, aftf
Sur~ 1e, m: I t-"- ""hoseat for the money, at J. a pleasant vis heore.
yin y cA e, mumns, a dU tow S ,.f Mr. 0. 8. Hill and children left yes.
"d They will be *It:. .' left yesterday for Monti. terday for Tanps, where they expect
St"te* will visit friends for a to remain until the first of the coming
Sorte he merchant of Arre.- ww. 'Smith of Newberry was
Iisnseting business inP this the city osteida y on business con.
'VI No usportis a good nested with the United States land
wife to produce at howe. .o a.e ffice... .. ,.
no"ically, fine and ta y ado, whore he has and all-round good citizen of Was.
htto drive well on the boots, was trading in the city yes-
3hot-biscuit, pthe f- A. Rosborough. t
cake,c ris.pu r" GaMl r tsS v and wife wish to re- J. B. McDonald is at home again, af.
t... a crp ei-i At.Mkoi to the many kind ter abusinesstripto River Junetion,
Whl *l '/ ^ h frtr thougbtfolnews at tbe Oarrabelle and other points in We.t
m mumns, with which the ready-11ue "1ood m01A h of their sister, od Florida.
S' pep-llpe the pallbearers. J. E. Wells of Archer, the eleverand
found at Or ft y Os TIe whil be an Epworth Lea.gou. efient bookkeeper for C. W. Bauk.
n H8all 1we'Mfelalat the residence of night, spent 8anday with hip family in
not .Mr. s AIt.aHW. R. Thomas thi even. this city.
SRh e greatest of fa rI, ug, t lhll Leaguers and friends W. J. Hodge, J. S. D opuis and M. D.
of the LWaego are cordially iavyted. Bryano frmed a trio of -progressive
P. H. Bker,.and son Henry left ye-. Alaehua folks who came to Gainesville
VAL AK~owsPOwoa ma. ygggg,aw terday for DOnnellon, where they will yesterday.
E_ ___- _,_,_,',_,, _,_.. .. ..take obarp of a numTer of oenvicts for Ohu. Wigglesworth of Palmer, one
^ .and^ geul .onea i wealru .as the former's 8rpentine farmat Oamp- of the oldest and most widely known
NEWS OF PRY -AND .ndpto men'1ter9 a1 will. M1. Baker has been working residents of that section, was in the
.. su eMonvlute for some time. city yesterday.
SOhms. NotDondl ^of Willwston wa sn captainn A. Paul, speoia agent of the 0. D. Dennis, the efficient superin.
SiCOUNTYt CO UscO United gtete land office. has retired odenten of the Dotton Phosphate Comr
.- K. Master W. 2. Barlow, Eviston, was from poilt hti West Florida ard South pany, spent Sunday in this city with
Stter of Omni XIt G le t& B e ity ytoerday. Georgia oeociadl business. Captain his family and friend,
La. -. dle' l god at s' anderwear sad Pau>l matothat the sections of the W. H. Tison, formerly of this city
|WM by Ow PrtOTU Mhosiery at J. Maseeme'. country visited are very prosperous, but now of Jacksonville, has returned
Mrs p. B. Hester of ITleoton was appler ly, erops being fine and trade to his home, after a brief but pleasant
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS shopping la the city yesterday. iellqts. visit to his parents and friends here.
& Depuas.SheriffI. 8. Curl of Archer Mrs. J H. rown of Rocky Point, N. W. Hackett of 8tarke was a promi-
What Has Happeodeand WIshat OGIi was a visitor to Gaiiseville Saday. who bad p very serious as well as pain. nent business visitor to this city yes-.
S o Happen Told In Sht PararphsO The latest styles la ldies' jasakta, fal operation performed on her about terday. He came to confer with the
So That "-Ho Who Runs May Reoe both looi and abort, as J. Maname'a. six weeks go by Dr. Colson, Dell and elerk's office on some important mat.
SIt I The Sun. Boa. X. A. B11h of Mo tbrookw arter of this ity, is, we are glad to ers.
S .o. and Bto. yraatt a m thb w m apidl p recovering. The ma W.B. Ellis, formerly of this city but
Wkds' sad getos ravaesteoa at J .0 te tered as the' Brows frisds of et" estimable lady will be no o 0,lre, where he
Houseysestrday.f glad to aes es out a ain nowofedar Key, where he is em.
MLlao W..dalaeoelloeoto oadoi taeonoioee gladorseeo i out a.hin.l ptoyed as salesman by Parsons & Hale,
S i trtlateststyles Wk of ohAvloa me-e pominent visitors to this was here on a visit to relatives and
OaM" ofaat B ad thre shifty Mer of that ond 1 sity is Hoe. Ws. M. Holloway of Tat- friends yesterday.
was| s the @fly Mondayan dsad iled as aht, W* Spnedto
Soom J 0 Warren has goe to OCal The Sun ode. l ase, iuperintedent of F. M. Bucklew of Newberry, J. H.
1Th viest. So c hooole. Wie Prof. Holloway same Edwards of Fannin and Burrell Wig.
it. Sob e--obe IIs sau"d bys dipo" bsoohis fleds, the principal objet gins of Hague were among the ep-
bob t ollb y was is Waldo Sunday dared eoodltiom of the stomake ands tW as to easosi Dr. Aideman In refer gnai of aitlue were among the repr-t
td hisfatl mily qaiekly sered by Oamberlaea's Stem. 1e some i0tal work. His mum. shoative aitieles of Avlacshu dqay
W e fn ladieO. mies, i s. n and Osad Liver Tablelm. ome f eide supporters here are who pal Gainesvill* a visit yesterday.
bI I .J.M ,.l W. B. Phiferleft yteday for Ab. proud of Ub "srud he is making In Mrs. E. Densmore and Mrs. T. Vig.
*prImseead Woe aued. Youas boett, after betf visit to this *Ity. He i press e ad daughter, MI Edith, of CI.
a. lnferrd. o Is e tamively *ee id la O* nevel l na ti, 01111t Ohio, were registered at the
Mk.W. L. ks e Ar er was storm beelsnMs t that polWt. BroweHooe y s They eome
chopplag In the *c7 yeMrdlat. The Uslversity High Behool of this | to 0G qvillt eni d bnates slaud sedo i
Klrmes on m selots and Oeroste, city is reeirlin now studeals from W e Un t d o
O' reot garmona, at J. Malse'ls. 4he sbrroending towns hearly ovey We 5re l I positi o to furaih frst.
Mrs. BI s McDonald of Williston day. It was nevr a a more plos. l S b .eaneks stand lettnue h pu.dpeh,
S visited friends la the ity Monday. peose condition. lo a r.asel id mp touale sttee
B H. Ohas bes returned from Ro- W M. bo opesed a first-, Oh. tr on Earth proptly at eeoable prie and
Cha sivee o ryete Ro nvry eboatW d Ott. rs eempt slipument on all
eelle ad other poits on business o livry Wd O. o ets. Ship o either A. L.
Mrs. C. R, Carter of Cits is in theh will a pet d e si to trate llas ba. Ti. Great Vews 8. A L. railroads. Willistona Man.I
S Sn.cC R OialrofOitm l In the ^^ attenTiou 6o Vr 6oty on a visit to her sit.er, Mrs. J. F. Open at all boao. dawsi f (th lturlas o.. Willita., Fg. dawsf.
Hill. WM. __A W. ,.A. Me riA of Mi.a.
u sJt recived latest styles in ,ladies r mi ing In w0 n e at he NOew York nesy the cty *od u ay a
."".' "%""'ibb.on:omb va r made R4 kl a n: rr y yL
at .a-. Royal Oohk. frnH $ idawi Rion Uto i oth thein- 1ihlso th and Mrs. Per M os. Mr. Me-
Composltor Wanted-Geod, steady daisy, natural freit Jasor. Tk saed to e limit I etti the py, bhv prcae the Ineess M.
compositor oan obtain a bnrmanent lm. Fioes pertoetly. :P P'-* thlte-rm of
iluution y applying atlhisofe. oouns. Ta nollee H W .i. Dwike, bu*e we no reM d Dfor W. C. a o. mo up mo-a o dr
Nicely furnished room for rpt. No sue be ailr e*d beg. to recelve the inh. Our sore has ty s t es of n ind of to ehlse- Iia le-r
cokin. Apply on pemien K men :foe tae of 8,n has been crowded pt ene of he ny b f th *1 l
Liberty stret, or at thk odos. t quite busy for s pastt tmeoD u r lwe h always f a f
Turpentine leases for sale at this of. days. Dr. J. H. Aidermn has the die-t give our Im *end we a re m i pl for ea's fallt am
S fiee, iOs per dosen. W per hundred. isetion of payig the flrst tase foe prepared s4ee do better haa i*nter o 0 e fro.
S Cash must atenmpany order dawtf the urnret yar. but evwlnd ave ithe put on lb i Items. Our Dres Prestso e ie. styles th latest,
Sl'r. prankliU. a veteriaary Sur. paid their ta eteane Goods dep~t at as better e, woeksenhip the best. We make slie
Qeouaof taltiunoe. has arrived in -, ..... --e-=.-- o-w ledoI shI Oe eon and the -eaose fer 7.10 and *p. Sali-
S eity and wIl remain her, fur a maoth. RE AD T II Have so ent h---d oram f refocd.f
SFor .1c-New iom. ..win.. mI. o. READ THIS. s d a ste o .
ehne; ihrn. n.w, ,ry cheap for MNse.. A D.. IS, 1. tWI.U "il0 ular pieas. C.. IF M a Hrpoe
S ourh I,,,,r, W V ,,','raph Me. Dr. B. w. MaW U. Le he. l .M A C hae m o. dpi
SFried. of Mr ('. A Town-end. at Having tried dlbeeait WAe, 7* w t h e C um ea thew etom diei
i SEast ean(.raill. wli rn,..t at lhea. at their em die Nftw 1 5 el s ev e.. Pr tset has over bs Am O tse vil toa o Ola-lille


%tbhatsihis. &oatraej to hor ted wishMbokM~d ee s kIWW'Wwuw I d cn t1 t yster i was lon. R. B Weeks
tle, nein -sum s usell meaIg sa_ Hashoa, c.airma ofh te eonsq
Taft Womet.'s Wre O"Ot Dftnv.. ser~t boW boud, Wbo SAM ca bottom.
For Ziale--Tvro and otio.half more lt104- -Cl ig coo erd h cm n utm
is _o lveelo rr te Ui rG ffI 11" 81tbdodo WOBob,." ahe 1 6mot ftailiarly
Ia Wesut~t a~sne,,l. nea tie **dr, k ~, l
oily vtt-lkinds Y %bye4 eMum *amSIs "(W.be=kanownby his frien. s one of she
A iri Katos. Brtt sne'7'L. primes are Ytbsn yes san Lad, served his esmathenb.ss member of
mrl. F ~te har atfla1 an- Ld 1 11111" 1,01
Paum locivrd 1,1f1 ,'u Meaday for ain lb* ,.. rnV ii.' ud n fa the oms aoutputNi@ hig.
tripdowrn at hKEsa (st Oetis tho intet. O"ML b Li--ofe50ien, he ses"e00110s0h464 as fr s
M...am4P.sa .,1 Va it.3k. a& A WJ""a, 1 66 sb
O MPaay at IILAS-11, wiil* am__ham- "Oft M It b dbees
the'~l~i..~. ~ -.-.-.- e kW 00b1kand ftkPqty ginned as Hawrtboe usofr "hisasseam.
3 mitt, otTricva. eea~tr.. A TMXASiSiISER. d Wea wMd 4JWPheft 04 Geatnnof te ashe,~
eat of the naval stop"futoestirst tfihe 0 2n Mau bdo %M W
*a one w r L mber C om pany was r"g. e. fs e" IGo "patI. end, m at iM N me,
lotov d asthe D6 r io" 11 H losses. te rttay ka n" MA bkr u b .w m o m
AabooieMAuas a ft. Jh. m Andrew pavel. ins bM, ____ iuO "hl- re stio abig Mlo t e t h 0th e 10th. tdeMAtlanti
Jelly, D~e. being end A ribshr Dairiag of smsft. We& Md k MM 1. a DaSM S O Coast LONe LAS h R "beare to
Waldo won IN atheoily Monday avil um W an bo f~ Md* vWbe eMbt E pims. WWTryq .MtS O U1110141110 N NInSM-cl@ am rpla I
oand waWe the doperorumauee 0Ofe e d aalad Cm% VeteMo s.-. watWye~ O" WtheMd ~ p
rark Thoe Compn m. O v" "The 60,46 1 1 i as made-a" a These wi"Ibe amn sale r
Mu,. Pr. I V.b Dm41r, has goe 'I *~.~ tkSo l" p we will Md sonD lit .1 4amm@ whbe
Ocols. whess en Wednesdevein, One beUM a w'' M ls' VOL Nemaber oa prier io r'so
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