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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 10, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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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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BAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK
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be nearly 100.000. and may go above
SM T those figure.
J. Le Plummer, the Republican
II TAr ANY HAlu l ndilte. m far hehinid his ticket n
.Y Ify MR lazrly every county In the state, The
_, __ [remainder of the Republican ticket
*I was elected by the nsual Repiibllcan
Very .plralitie. .
awnll jority Complete returns from every ward n
the city give the city party 14887
ad the Republican candidates. 105.144;.
. 1 OONTDT THE LIKCTION a plurality for the city party of 43.L> I
Berry (fusion) cAndldate for state,
tat. P aty Wlim esat Vetory treasurer, carried the city over Plum.-
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I lMalbipbla-Mewn me" I
FM OUwe USaWe ad CU-Fu-
* 0eesd Inr Wt PmIo hsce.


York, v.I .--Thia city yeater.
George B. MqOtellan, the
to of the Democratic party.
by a arrow margin over Wl-.
Radolph Hearst, the nominee of
pal Ownershp League.
Travers Jerome. Indepen-
eaadidate for district attorney.
apparently re-elected. With 4t;
districts to be reported today,
a lead of 3,625 votes over Janme,
the Tummany candidate.
complete but unofficial returns
M MCellan 3,486 plurality over
The total vote was:
elan. 238,661; Hearst. 225.1G6;
141 W 49.
o new city government, exclusive
board of aldermen, will be con-
d as follows:
Iqor-o rge McClellan (Dem.).
gb preaidenta--For Manhattan.
IP. Aeatr (Dem.); Bonx. Louls
iafen (Dem.); Brooklyn., lrd 8.
(M. O.); Queeas, Joeph M.
(M. O. & Dem.); Richmond.
M. Cromwell (Rep.).
ma early hour this m romla Mr.
t left his _nJrawrt. w lthe
1 Flooo Ha or t, ," og. W.
a oonfereaoe with his aIpalgm
n. ad the head of the Mualet.
SOWaershlp ticket. tneludibg JOMtt
*|r Clmsee & IL ars e|,. MNo
a 1,:nrenw a U. Re'a aM.
SItauea Me. a..esI~ aset fw tt
so atateumt, rad nPfee all
Smers to Mr. lsea. The latter
that Mr. HlWart eilamed his eae.
am mayor by a good majority. That
fraudulent vote of at West 40.000 had
In Greater New York was the
of the east manaa rs. It :ad
decided. Mr. Ibmaea said. to Je-
d a recount of the entire ticket
fter 14 ballot boxes amid to be mise-
I had been located and counted. I'
Wa Ifbad Mr. Hearst still lacked suf.
Agiet votes to elect him.


Hearst Make statement
Aftr coasldeling the situation fully
Mr. Heart ave out the followlta
sa--ml t. which It repeated today la
b Mnwspaper. The Ivmotn Journal
"We have this election. All Tam
Imaya fraud. all Tanmany's corrp.
ia1 m) Tamsay'e laislJatmiUs and
Osnlc. all Tammany's falso regltra
t a, U OIegal votLg and dishemeet sou
tag ha ot been able to overcome a
ret popalr majority. Ihe recount
v l show that we have won the ei
tls by aNay thoeaands of vtoe.
"1 Hab 1ght this battle to the ead
to -beaff e the people, wno have *M
MTir vIs me. aad who shall so
bhe mhf-IeJeed by aay eort of crtm
teb --s. War. Raendlph JIurt.-
T- W-m leral also priats a
es 1 sft e. e as the mayralty
m l M1 he paid. Ideci taI that the
4Mt W ll *ow MaMrst eeted

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*me w 1p w use
NOR MUI tr he


QUIET REGNS


AT 70 RUSSIA


Ontward Osla BReturned, but
TeaUion Is 8U IUGr at.

APPlAL MAD TO COUNT WITTI

A rJhenIve of FPreh Outbreaks the


mer (Rep.) oy a36.0u plurality QvOnerm el` Has Promi4d to

Union Labor Wine in San Francisco. lane MIIatySu*r Over Hems.
San Franc!sco, Nov. 9.-The Itnlon leoa JW41o Iat a Standstill.
labor party achieved an astonitingl No. m
triumph in yesterday's battle at th,. turned her. Nov t the te wa: m stil
returned here, but the tute-it,, is still
Pol I. Prom the head of the ticket t. ort tt the Jt a i *
down to the eighteenth not.luee for lit. fpor4 tbeat th J ml.ne ph-e
sluervinor, every Union labor candid paring for tertib n le au e. on the
date was elected. Mayor B lgne E. (rita ldu ay d
Sch-iltz being returned to office for a culated amog the lowest mustl 1g-
third term by a majority of 11,500 over norant clasese, and i it :i. cled thly
John 8. Partridge. the joint nominee may lead to a eecruded-. . uof an
of the Republican and D)imocrati par archy. Thee reports tr that
ties. The remainder of tae candMater the Jews lntead to blow ,i .hurc.
of the Schmlts ticket were eleetod by and distribute poison i.lsuff
to the Christlian.
oajntiles ranging from 4,000 to 7,0o0. Protect Neldhart, to l u inrmch of
i U te idlup ai.,tuuded it, l i the responelbllity of he. .*K. aoc-
sCon leaders. While the fight betwe urrencess attributed., l P l In o;
Schmitt and Partridge was secretly flee. despite urgent den... for bi
conceded by them to be an open ou n. removal.
the Schmits party attrbltute the. re,, l: The prosecutor gese. a invited
to an endorsement of the pre'e.ntI a-d all e'y-witnelmes of te f, 'A to
minIstration.
minlstratIn. give tctlimrony at the m :',, ,ominl In.
Following is the complete vote: Tetl itiony
,estlinatlotn.
8camJtzl (i'lon Labor), 40.191. Apprehenaive of fresh oe !,i skn the
Partridge (fsilon), 28.67. city councid hu scur,, 'i). promote
Bchmlts's majority. 11,504. of the guftaor general ', il:,re mi-
Itary uards at all plact al.re, the
Ohio Goe Democratls. aumbers of Jews recelv r.e r.lered
bolumbus. 0.. Nov. --John M. Pat homeless are sow belng ei Itered
laon (Uem.) will be the next lovet. The univertly haa sent uir'e proflee
nor of Ohio. and bM party associate. ,r to I*tersburg r p.eenrl to
on the state ticket have also all boeo Count Wltle a full ac ,rt of r aIM
elected, aoeordllg to the Indicatlons of wI k' sroce with a d nid fr t-e
precmet returns ad county plurality lstant removal of the sat itrs
Igurm re elved hero up to 1o clock oC muallplitq. the ,o;versity ofti
his alrao'tI be 5o*e I A urm r t i .- -
trea in makmd %l at h ot be i


bIwa teday. bet there sem aso re.
sa to doubt the smwaees of the entire
D oemtc stte ticket by at least a
sale plurality, while C hrmas Oar.
r claims 36.000 plurality for Pattl
oon and the Demorcratic ticket. I'p to
11 o'clock Chalrmaa Dick lad r-efused
to admit officially the defeat of his
ticket. but it wa -understood at Re.
public headquarters that t~e report
from ouaty ohairmaa ladicated that
result.
Both hoaMes of the legislature will
be Democratie. the last hope of the Re
publicans vaalning with the report
that the Hamilton county delegativs
was solidly DeIocratic.


141; Ramey (Dem.) .l .3; aMtietan
(Dea). ,.U11 : Woep'"l DeLm.). 78,.
13t; Worso (Dr.). o *.44.
Judge aeperior coulrl o fill varasly:
Smith (Rop.). U,. 74. Tolmaa Ilk.)e

JdMp circuitt oirt- lnckey
(Rep.). M.71; DIi)) (Iimsm *7.343.
Ia the vote for truei-*'e of bhe sa-
fitry district. Me('oE'rick, t.,i highket
ms on the Republlear ticket, received
M.443 vote. agalnr' :177 fur Webb.
the highest aNa ,ont 'e Drmofralle
ticket k. hBak, lo h Ie ma*n on tke
Reptbltean ticket, re .. ved o the city,.
1,M1 more votas Ia.r \' ebb. the hig)
san on the oemocrra,' rictlt.


Republicans Chrf V MaseaWOM ebftekasofely 11epubism.
rosto. Nov. $.-A revision today Useeka. Nob. Not C vS o*ta from
o1 ye-stetelays voting Ito aessumwit se iy all vetletorreeOUIs NiMe.
failed to) materially alit-f the rind'. brsnka have beeitsr~-eAived, &ad It In
The WrilulrIsC victory a0 akgag the 6PP" t 61 I4 t, c IdI") foraso
Ilse with the eteaption oo fhe e preMY"jdge.bha&av 'rall1ty of kee
far 'liputnact revertir arn just as over Hasting Ifuulontsti. This ph
pronounced a It wan at midnight tsl raIiUty Isb daub4 'he plUaityt$IV.
sight. es the *ubhm Aftdate for e&
Tim e qerPM".figares ar r#e pv Judg I e uyeee-ma@. T-ae S&
Governor OGuild BiA)i, 1IMI: bar. &PUM aP J dat fietr saive lfty re
le (lrVm). 1'4.1m. (eAlds Plurality. gt'e o Athed by t"eNNW
93114. %s because of ahlrtesesey oftt&
Upototana"(Gverar w Draper I Rf) the satessly by Joha n0. felb b.r
man.i H o uI-m 8. I 01 rue hae usl ahead of ther m
0sfff pturaa'y. 1.9*6Uer

royM De~fNOWeh'm st Def5S5o 100 0 111111
.wt, Nor e9 -AhdiltwoeAI' o* 3IL'L. N. 9 __
returs frw r.the Mar-ilad& corna tie&
snJI ety W0ci90 a that "ve DOOMie -
e a ot n1rce cera~l theevr whetS I s
44 IWO Sight. COIrM UW OWWWWn0
weg doew of the Provee~d mave rw o WDom"WO!sIO4141
a"itm es. I% am-
tIw, bwt sein d oom (be stat. mM- A
rolimllI tw L- Duor~
ima is doomby later ret T1e%0 diva,,
aft is eemqafaly Demon c. bft 11110
UPelss ofhe s I b hoe ltg068n
i nsbonwa. The lW OUrWWs d the
sa res a he0-amAc f th51 ve~sl lo e N oo. @Ib 3
set"lW we I as of be-h hsa~d 51w t
L, 49 V1111SUM IV am am N
be werts ef o If h be WC be s, l i"' PO ObO p opiltnU
her. vem dOPMsed solthe Oeauave gal leto" L L if.go
t u i ns F 4 t o f t 1 0 t 1 0 11 wO O
OM as So Wt.
Cesee le Aerno IIL ni et hp enbbIY Y
(C ~au %os I Th' lr.~she!m5!lrcrw 6mm ~r r ve o


we$ ~c~A ~s'e4a1 teeing Iat*0Maw abIomm"*b
@gory do"la'",s i'uSfl, ite
pr ete cr~-'rr-. .v Pat 'Iday hn hw .


I-1 'S ur~ -I- ..1JI 'F
-- - A kY--'~
btcar y y "
~ ~fVr r 1 61606M WNW 062F~
Sam; Maas &a 0. 94,M.l UI ~l IC~
'rr~UI mow ow 6 *me* 61 4ft


claia and the barristers are oOoperat-
Inn In arranging for an independent
inquiry as they are nmistr~atful of offl-
cliI inve ittgation
The chatuher of commerce hba of
Acltily announce.I that the spirit trade
of OJ*esa has practically stopped' as
tfreign hborn, have *usl ndcld inal-.
ness with the local merchant hrcatiioe
of the danigrea slitimttioc n the ton.
The fnlorerrr, tbth crihnlbter declareI.
feared to .-1l e ven with the wealthiest
mt rchants who may at all moment h
killed or rttin.l., t;raln is purchase cid
only when on board of an ilp ready to
sal


'The American. Hrlithli anId othri r cn
sit:, 4avoo, ll sefli Into ve ruiit lg dtanoled
at~toi,,ucc (i f Ithei' I(''tii i~ tif-i to their
Noevrntlmentee. ,lllkidlie 1110,e ic'al har
acter ut ithe ulithrta*iri .emidl neeamiccz oi.
stipimin, dccilt ors,
Axanitoiulit'-alc'on o! tii.%% Id., nre'g
of the dimurlkrva.ce h cie 10atutra, I 4

OM % ~iIIedow I'screN ic evrv kem&i a 1 efe
Gonvurmin~r(c ntaIKamlhrc tzdc4 t.it te*
ilae re'lxrt that tit-lrao~t h ctti I itowri t .
oil to) the Kk nctoll'1 1 K4 141C.ill it( ['iul~


Russian Troops Are Praised
Pc-tee 1,Nov., it %bover

caltflAiieetiionto ?tev iilt'(leu't I..
teta i t I(o heow t to'ie'~ seto Ieum i .iiiisi(n tl.-t *
(if the p11:4.41 wi-ik It (tsr-lim % thitv
they inldl) It-irtrniril theiluetiit% mr I
slihoel! hw -pintoted rathi r thanii h Waej
(or l'tIrc'I i olc, o rd ~ca i~ uill) it, I m
St ti cm oIl Iliv cajilial

NLGROCS ARE NOT IDINTIPIEO.

Mrs Moore Falls to Re"oegnuae Pri
ouore as Her AssaIlant.
Atlanta. Nov. S.-Mrs. Moore, who
wax ams,1aul1to i y a he-rpmabout 1t41
\'A0,44 siloJ4 fl ,pJooj ams, to t ei
clf) ytoordlsv in e.' the, two neotgr
a*.epeete. !.eckt1e G1iioet sel%% ll Jack
sonho arr Wire bell att lb. Tuer au
Ie aomtiAant.
Vbh took a god n Itk at the prison
ear sad stated that neither ws tha
nearro wbo (fblfoImltCe the asault.
Thoe er to wvrr Pat. 3 rel meed, as
the arresting ofleers svhae tatpdl thai
the, Intendtii to pr-oeete them on
ol, a- cargei of yviairancy.
Wfthe flro soroe'. ar*sted for thee
5145U' ci Mrs Mimpro. tbri* werv re
tIio arnl lant e ick. and as aIti relUalnIteg
two ftlavr nset two Iuotintlnfel, the' so-
groito santo is tciii at large.
nod Imlalre are P1111 si klosfo r t b
negro vartil hut there se ms now
te, e liMle hope that be e'.1 rier be
c~auht.


Dirminghao Has Large Pire
rrmiunlbham. Ala. Nov. 0.--lIre to
tail) frvietiad tthe New IV9toIr
bul4nt on Twentieth -%re. of the
More & laidley H"ardrd comply
The. teulltlaill awas er "at a Cost of
37tuc~ 4 sad ihe stooshwas vluod i&
*1t.000 The tw..tgr atructure on
Avsue A. djolSmSI tlast ofMUoors A
Hln~lc.mand recently omwn td oy I%*
Awwc4als tassdry was alms bhouse
the kne Wheag giew.. nhePlan' of
the Phbllp O'rey MmtSa.tevta 4a"
pas*a oAroeameA,"M ow oly do,
OMpped wMth 00 ISMts. the iWes I-v
lag a atwY TIwo IOWan l


RIUlond. Nov. 0 -Mrs Jabs lrin
M wed Ibl wsoIa ftresle a few
mise bm e Oyt. vheldJ by tIe
hea b"# I#el rd deater Joel
bPo Ufl MavuW&got" hesim
"Pe 0. a" A N" o~eergieW 6"m
ft to w, Wwb the awso olee4 -
004 bow Od IMPLIMIF The osho

am Id as roer ehIldc ad u)Mpe
Omb bor is s*aCwai lwasoide the
W110. Is SOd bI% IN It Ae 0"WoN



-V4I vb. New. 95- (DVrenm 6"
ha a tee Sr. Usa th mameset
JvtV*#"t Cspis ',A#he or* m.4 by the

00a6.a4 e0UI u 0 Vas '.. ersedo
mi eqm o0 07 Tep-, O9 Mr." OS. to


toh l9e r51 *ae.a*.e %es. E'S1WS


tas" Or fv., 55* at*Jas
be Vonab SIOWerefag1bdoteeine
044~400"0eesee .rit


MAN CREMATED IS


'KA AS CITY FIRE


Two Other Peopl Are Bad to
Be Fatally IaorL

CAUSE OF FIR IS NIKmIK WN

Rooming House in MIamI~r ToWr I
Burned to the Ground-The O0S
and Injured Were Overfleme by th
Smoke-Property Ls I is mall.


Kanwasr t'l., Nov. 9.--One person
was bLitriur tio t slltn, two were fatal
!) Ltirn Itfl lnuId oi e was srltiLaiy beari
ed In a l ee' a ilch detl'ayed a rtooiulnu
thouie atI u;l t rand 4al9neu early to
dlay. 11q JI', l:
t'tal 1 T.i eliy,
F'atali) Iutrned: Mrs. Tens lurk
Lbrdl anuil an unknown man. Serious
ly bulle-ll' l utnlknown man.
The d'ie .t ainj lljlredl were sekping
mild it o i ic, iiit-' y l moke bv'ore
thr>) c il i. ii ke i tirllIt scape.
T;H- IlueII'I ,11 A I ian ciCame here from
lail,'nc. MI> i',rli.rdmyv, The' proPer-


NEGRO BEATEN BY MOB.

Stabbed a White Mla in Brooklyn and
NH Narrowly Eacapee Lynchlnp.
New Voik. Nv. t.-- rightilng to pL .
tI'c thriume.lere as well as to save I
norn) fujItJlr ftrniI liclnl torn tO
ptr'ees hy a cruwd of 6,000 pe rsoa. two
d-.rltitves hatlled for IS mlalntea In
lbrnoklyt last night before they wer
able to armoao help.
A. H. I dwarl, a asm eisI 40
tabbihlng Harry A. GP4 as Iameuri
vtetal of the 8 Lsg wrath. bad e"d
front IPwr l ad WUlubI y IstritU M
the height o( the prest e eIt L
A tbousaa4 am ad hop hBase th
elro. Ohenn rtey a Orast fb1 i e
sOekl Whea 1Iwarde w rew i
by reserves from headquartrs. he *va@
alhuoet dead li* was tree to iI b>
ptal. where he Is aot eapeted to 3NM
The lrldest whhl taaeones a
crowd of 1.000 peresos trt ftry ao
curred In a alooa Rlwards was )*
ed a harsh sanme by a wle l a.
With as oamh BDearda drew a khal.
The man who bad naulited him sm hI
froI the sala. I, ardsa ollowla.
When Itwards rearch.d the tret
OIrat was reslna. and without W4
tas IKdwarils pl4n0ed Ithe half oin
iatu'* merk Urant fell ueIroseleus
A aomen later I:1e crowd fell spa
the Segro,


POOTESIT AGAINST OAK$W LAR

Request el le wof oee V PU O"wi
Be Oveeed by Cogress
1lf1iulu. I U. Now. 9 .-4e u 5wom.
CI#* am uthers have se"d S. isoset
ommoeell a trut aal&sb th6 SmiI
Weirtal lien 1',f r whI Weerojaay Ai
"y1 I's sit* so r If to WAlagl t
0, cr now swlo opoeorw e 'SslI.6 S
of 11 go.%0. 1*d seg aropvltleae

tIfol om" cbn 400164 to Men* 04
ss rnE ulyat ~lkul rIr
*P"o4(ouSW PUMS ad Of is le w

emp IMB *Now la ompJI 'hi .

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1905


lIIIT NO. 236;
NETR ths igr.


SaEFEATr 10,000. and may go above

J. Lee Plummer, the Republican
SHandidateo, ra far behind his ticket in
aY Irly every ooebty in the state. The
I remainder of tae Republican ticket
ln fe B Verywas e tleote4 by the usual Republican

Smu ll E jorit.,. Pomplt rMtUns from every ward tn
the city give the city party 148.87.
aad the Republlcan candidates, 105.344;
,L OONTiM T THE ELECTION a plurality for the city party of 43.1-'0


tftem Party Wina Great Victory
In PhIadelphbia-Eiection News
Fom Other State and Cltiee-Fu-
l e heatedd In San Francisco.

Now York, Nov. $.--Thbls city yester.
George B. MqClellan, the
ti of the Democratic party,
by a narrow margin over Wil.
ao Ilt ph Hearst. the nominee of
auaelpal Ownrshlp League.
flltal Travers Jerome, Indepen
t candidate for district attorney,
apparently re-elected. With 44,
l dtrlcts to be reDorted today.
had a lead of 8,525 votes over Jtame-
Osbore, the Tummany candidate.
Tie complete but unofficial returns
MoClelaa 3,486 plurality over
Tbt total vote was:
reClelan. 238,061; Hearst, 225,166;
as, 17,.041.
The new city government, exclusive
the boa-d of aldermen, will be con-
tuted as follows:
MayorJ-e 6rge L. McClellan (Dem.).
Borolgh presidents-For Manhattan.
M P. Abeamr (Dem.); Broux. Louis
Hafte (Dem.); Brooklyn. Bird 8.
(M. 0.); Qeens, Joseph M.
(M. O. & Dem.): Richmond,
| r Cromwell (Rep.).
SAt an early hour this morning Mr.
| e'st left hie bleu rtere Ia the
e-taaa House for MMim1. Ol.
a conference with a ho eampas
.aaere, and the beado of the Munei c
OwnershIp ticket, Includlg Justlee
-. laremoe. ML a kiMa I
Ih eL Mr. eM me airf lt
So statement, Mi refemed all
rMaon to Mr. ihine. The latter
that Mr. Hearst altamed his ele.
tV as mayor by a good majority. That
a fraudulent vote of at east 40,000 had
n in Greater New York was the
la ot the Hearst maanaers. It iad
bees dedded. Mr. Iheea sald, to Joe
Mied a reounot of the satire ticket t
Aler 194 ballot bmxes said to be mie-
Shad been eoted and counted. I
Was fomad Mr. Hearst still lacked suf.
al4 t votes to eket him.


Heart Makes tatoment.
After eaosiderlag the attuation folly
1rb. Heart gave out the following
lmemat., which s repeated today an
iB newspaper. Tbe Dveing Jomrmal:
S"Wh ave this eleotae.. Al Tam.
-i' traud. all Tlhmaay's eorrap-
e0. all T6amaSa' latmaLsUotl and
rlise all Tas'muar's fale etra.
4. Illegal vota aad d isrese aeaomL
ag have aot bee able to *eraone a
emt polar majority. The rmoasst
Saow that we have wew the et" e
Stby aSur, theoraad of votea.
Im aht a battle to the ea
'lA emoa r n masd. a wh a mot
Siaa i by ay ebrt of ertas
.i bs. wmin. lalUdelph 4Jet.-
411100 I0am0l albo oI"maa
Shat bePI a Ibthe ai raMy

400 w3 e W mieWt settae


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Berry (fuslom) candidate for state
treasurer, carried the city over Plum.-
mer (Rep.) by 84.037 plurality.


Union Labor Wine In San Francisco.
San Francisco. Nov. 9.-The I'non
Labor party achieved an astonishing
triumph In yesterday's battle at the
polls. From the head of the ticket
down to the eighteenth nominee for
supervisor, every Union Labor caadli
date wab elected. Mayor DMgone E.
Schbnli being returned to ollice for a'
thirn te-rm by a majority of 11,500 over
John S. Partridte. the jolnt nominee
of the Republican and Democratc par.
tiel The remainder of the candidates
of the Schmitt ticket were elected by
,ajortiles ranging from 4.000 to 7,000.
I lt cilan sitt~ p uatuuuded the til
s:on leaders. While the fight between
BShmits and Partridge was secretly
conceded by them to be an oen one,
the Schmilt party attrlhute the resllt
to an endorsement of the present ad-
ministration.
Following is the complete vote:
Bchm.lt (Union Labor). 40.191.
Partridge (fusion),. 2.687.
Bchmlts's majority, 11,504.


Ohio Goee Democratic.
bolumbus. O.. Nov. 9-John M. PaL
Iloa (Dem.) will be the next lover
nor of Ohio, and bls party associate
on the state tilolt bave also all beea
elect*4 aoeordia t o tlb andloatlons of
preclnet ralrae a county plurality
lgua r ealtve4 ber up to 11 o clock
khi aoldrlate., TUe t oares re
riva gi#% uaaw SatM *y -ot be
Afwa toey. bt ltnre ee s so rea.
aTo to doubt the maedee of the entire
Demoam e tate tleket by at leat a
safe plurality, while Chairrma Oar.
Ier clemn 34.000 palrality tor Patil
sn eead the Demorcratle ticket. Up to
11 o'clock Cbalrmpa DIck sad refused
to admit oiIaI ly the defeat of his
ticket, but it was -nederetood at Re
publlea headquarters that the report
from county obhlrle ladicated that
result.
Both bosses of the legislature will
be Democratic, te last hope of the Re.
pubillcas vaalablag with the report
that the Hamllton county delegatIos
was solidly DemocraUc.

Rep Iblclne Chery Maaesenesttas.
basta. Nov. 9.-A revieate today
if yesterday vofttl In Massataiste
lalld to materially alter r the relt.
The Repuhlican victory all akln the
lae with the exception of te cotaeos
ar turotenant r versor. was just as
proeouaoed as it was at midnight last
alght.
The revised fgures are!
OSemremr Ould (A(pa. 1ltM: MtS
Wa (Des). 178.39. Ouild's plarallty,

Ueaieaant governor Draper Rep.).
l.IT; Whbtney (ioi' e18.O0l;
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am dan IN dis So d nosowe
odbolia "AWfbw* Is aASS
'UK 6 do" 67 mw f ftm Tbo No
If to snu~ldy =D hutbegU
of the barn ad
to QW MThe % tm e Se the
am buerm. sa*a t h snUtbm
Mftdas O se o earitUpub
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RUSS


Ontward OCIJa Returned, t
Teuiona Is 8ill Urt&L

APPAL MAJr TO COUNT WIT

Apprehetmive of Freeh Outbreaks
OSewvmrse It Has Promiled
Ptml MItti)y.mtds Over Hoe
leswSmi J m It a Standati


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Odeasa, Nov. S.-Outwal I calm :a@
returned here, but the trn.iotin is still
great. Reports that the J a reA p1M
parina for te rrble nge'.v.ov o the
COrltlDa are betan laduh. noiuly oft
calated amoag the lowest .iJ miu(st Ig.
norant clasuse, and It is :...rtd they
may lead to a reacrudem, ice' of an.
archy. Theeo reports .it clrt that
the Jews latead to blow utl i, cthuro.j
e and d aitribute polollnlti I o,laufft
to the Chrlitinse.
Prefect Neldhart. to ai mulch of
the reponsibllity of hiV a..Akn oc-
ourrenees is attributed, i.- ~1ll itn a
flee, despite urgent den:, i fr l hi
removal.
The prosecutor geanme. a inv litert
all (ye-witneasme of the ragess to
give testimony at the ronitit I' ngliii la-
restigation.
Apprehenalve of freh o, Irecaks the
city councid haa aeour-edi 'hi promise
of the gotrar general ti plice mil.
itary ruards at all place airAre the
number of Jews recent retlaered
hornelee are aow being :el'ltered.
The university hau sent Ithrev profee
sot to t8. Petersburg rt preval to
Count Witte a full accrr n of last
week'a atrocities with a demand for tWe
lautant removal of the alutors.
Te* muahiPliltX, the airivertlty offl
....*** ...
848; Ramsey (Dem.). 71.137. SIlettas
(Dm.). 8,I; arer- I (UDen.), 71,.
aU; WWmm ( De.), <*" 44.
sdge superior eoutirto fill vaeasy:
Smith (Rep.). U.T4,1. Tolmaa (ea.),
81,ti1*1
edge etrcul r ,cut / Plnekaey
(Rep.I). jll; Do)i. (Item.). 77,340.
la (he rote for tru ',ec of the eal-
tlary distrtet. MrCorerlcLk. tie highoet
ma oa the Republitcan rike, received
N,K4M rvote. agalnar h .177 for Webb.
the biglhet iman on 't4 e Democratic
teket. Bker. lh0 lw-r man on the
Replbilcra tUeket, rr,. ;ved la the eity.


1.01 morm Yvot sn a iWebb, the hio
aaso lb. (lMwocra illet.

Nebraska Sefely RepubM a..
Iantsa, Neb.. Neiv9 -eorlU hom
smarly all eetionp reincts iS HN
hraska hare been tpweAved nd It is


awsaret Ibat Ii'ttcwa (bp.I fee Sw
Prom. sue. bhas a pIrmAity of I18,0
ovel Hauinp ( unSionot). This I*
rallty I abAbt de"*Ub te pIh euaty SIw
as the Re ubmn aa 'dltto kw o
pesme )edgetwo I i Ilka ag. hef
"L!M Just.. for f I wleu to
we, U wmMacked by athe hel

ISe mM I MMy by Jo"A M 2bshWlw.
have rum dioU,&badad tik& m


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dais and the barristers are copewat.
Init In arranalnK folr an independent
Inqtiliy 5a they are mnistrurtful of oil.
clall Invt ottrallon .
The chamber of cammlerce hba of
Scimly arnouine~ti this t ih spirit trade
of OJewab has practically stoppetl lip
tareign brot ha baitstisPenpmed htsl.
ness with the local nwre.)RtIt hbcUCA104
of the Uniterou% sititualon In the timn.
The fnrelxrer-, ;b' c hchatmber declareJ,
fearcui Ito d .*I everi w1th the wealtleit'a
mi r wbani sho mAit an wtv moment lh
kilcd or ii inii ; ruin k purcha sail
on!).y 't: on bwwardi f a t ,retd l
%aill


I 7' h Anerlcan, Ihir iii nulln eitt her con
all, isie n-ill ..nt lit e :twpig t dtAila'I1
U(c'atii'at (if (itt t 'Ie e it a'nv tn thairt

factor O thOv wikhri Aloi nthil tamg itt
5H ivit~ivii I m hears
Af tveii aaae (if t',o lat-La, n
of thrzhlova fl44 lat.a''r'it the wanv (tI. r 7
000 a inaloit tin t'. at-a' that ncr -,to
(.0vrtialr (Co11.151 KAtiaar.4 de-nte'
11.0 rclort Ilia!a 'tv h~a% hii r tiwi~tfait.
ealto tat litg' 1%, e nm. Ittie t'.mv orit nu
land


Russian Troops Are Praised
Rt. tti.aatNov. avalrn.
me-III proIiiailritl ik i o I?' ti ll W 1'Il( ttxju
CV0iaa11tt1tt litwlyart o I'. ll.,41Ttillf pop~
11(1111 ot f 14' a' 11111' 111 it el I, M11. t
ofa lh f 11;1,1 %%la' iaa f ar cait tif s1it

for ivt i h iq on aadr if t Ir It i t, I ,..lc
for l'iaor ~ itho, apirula a'.1)ii


NEGROEC AMR NOT IDENTPIIIO.


Mrs Moore Falls to Rtoegnlse Prie
oners as Her Assailant
Atlantt. Nov. 9.-Mrs. Moore, who
was sauilll d Iby a nal-ro about twi
.'k *igo at' Rnitkawoni. (amLe to lthb
elf ye n(. rany Itn % e' the two negrq
Sp-rerim luckl.0litluit and Will Jack
ion. io e erre held at the iTuer aU
ha r assatlant.
ihe took a good kWok at the primoa
er anid stated that netlher was t e
nevrn who i niommitted the assault.
The nerKrc. weret r <4 released, as
the arrellotin officers have lestae that
they Intended to prom~teul them oa
t)' cir orgr of vagrancy.
()f the five sa'lrne arrested for the
asIault of Mrs NMNire, three were re,
I asn-.i last wrek. and as t.e rainalalng
two have n Irn wanted Is illl at large.
'T.,r lillere ari still liskingl for the
negro wanirel Ib.t there *emOe now
it be Ithkle hope that he wl:1 ever be
reauht.


TEN CENTS A WEEK


MANCREMATED IS


KAI WCITY FIRE


Two Other P*$. Are Baid to
Be Fatally Berm"

CAUSE OFFIRS IS W40WOWN

Rooming House In MIeI~1 Tew. hi
turned to the Ground-The S
and Injured Were Overcome by t0
Orsoks-Property Loe Is Small,
Kansas City, Nor. *.--Onc peroon
was Lburanld to diata, two were fatal.
1) tarne'd daud oun was *vrtliotay bUnr
ed in a flu abich destuytd a rtioling
house at 62I (4and aotenue eisurly t
da~y,1. %flid. d
('Iar Itoil*li,az1e.a
Fatally l .ta rt Mrs. Teem tBurk.
hardt ant ian unknown mon. Serious
ly bamiked: ..Am unknown l.
Th#e deadl andl ijlroar werl iheping
and %vrv iotacomt, by smoke before
thv) v'tttaii u1tai their isepe.
The nualtats at man carme here o fro
harlarivt M. .. y ardnlay The propelp


NECRO SNATEN mY MON.


Stabbed a White Ma n In rooklyn and
He Narrowly eSeapes Lynchlng.
New York, Nov. I.-- fighting to pri.
t.i themn.elvee as well an to save a
neharu fIrllt fhrm hb1ng turn tO
pieres by a crowd of 6,000 p.rsoaa, two
d*te'tlves hattled for 16 mtnaltes il
birooklyn last alnht before they werO
able to sauano help.
A. H.. dwars, aM Q aeemaed
diabbilna arry A. (4 t. a& aI s* i
vilthm f the a eenl wrath, had Ma
from I8l iad W ll-embby stretug a
the height of the preeoet eseelaU
Liuutl4 mM aad he chase aa the
*gro. whaa ry aw ase t faU iaasm
sloue. Whoa ilward wa rum4
by reserves from headquarters, he wae
almt dead HIf*ws ae wta to a o
pital. Where he s anot expected to IU
The larldent wilek tr formed a
crowd of .,000 perseateo fary oa
curred la a saloun s awards was aWI
ad a harsh same by a white o
lth an oath Bdwards drew a haJ4
The Ian who had lnaulted hime ila
from the saluos, 4iwards followltag
Whea awards reached Tbe set
iral( was r wln. and withoMt
tg l Kdwrds plunged the kalle I


-flttalls neck Olrant tlull ugestoselem
Birmlngham H as Large Firs. man later iht crowd fell lu@
I1rualngbamn. Ala, Nov. V- Firee totlbNegro.
tally le-r6.'yrel the new Oveooum
b11l4n1 11ai Toenltiet &%V sit the POTItT AGAINST MAKW I" AW
Moewe & Han4ly HardwarE company
Tbh. builing Uae* rr" e W a t a coft of 1 NasWtl' teoflrY Wo
MtZ.on*, ant ILO stok Was vselauBd O,
5113.000 noe twoatory structure f il Oppsee y C
Ate-oup A, ad)jolsl test It M utr. &bipNJother*Nveres"lw Mitm
ltn.1icp, nall rewontly crupi* d oythe ha
Avcm srtr was ae hawuarat lIOII e prteeoet aesai toe terr
thlees he l 59010" T0 is la'oaf '"rt lInen for fhW1h v411114e MiA .
the Pblllp Catrey Masetstering ateon M"A IN now 0 Met* to WStaf t 1
Vaty. on A rAoessAies oa lly d, '' .-rf the spmvaA Isw listaIrr
fueled th W"the mutes., the L Ik1@4V1 3'r ot0. so med sop tOelm
INS ofttesatod at 113,"Q anrmt ft.
-- (3',ve"I aor etr11edod "Msse a"
twoeKiS em Trstle. .tme5 57 PNA7 Md It It it a
Riebmad. Nov. r. sJ161" I ml ~r tb0 muSa ei SW r LeAa&s
ase ws LWel kn a trestle a few MO ba"OW Is Wubd s. hr
mion" rE theelty. b014#04 by tto 1111114 1 1 a1 do GeeeMp W pg
heed be" g.YW'etd deegale' jowl ISIs 611111F ta WOOSve ehil ie s I
billad ho wer he daegter U sse0 016ilishow W
qpd 9. a Lamm Mafutlui 4 SSaI&b o if ts 4s" a OsifLim Y
the Urn AWe A tunas eC4" byesbee141111s 1s111110 theaeepssm
of Pee, rine* mhe two lder gIUMs be swON
a@J h9e WIbi ltalitty The b. mtb
vamp"d the rsesgeC "1d &ad "Po pd Tes W aY
Wsa1 boff Wea e" uase4b, er. pI
WOLas gobe ad E tt .0 a~ : s ww
es1ed jswed. 9 fim. am Ask& masoaeve -


h~o- 111 $1140 MIN" a OWN&
wm "tje ue.ra Devi& m es mhe"Ib so""6
ir J. V &.X. 9 34, r aps"4 IV" Rue ibssmed W mlisp h a m
be. e A* -6,b bN WO mIke u~teWI kern uegW ggma saW. 14i
JOWPOW fM's ', ', j.4 Rtorthe 6 b aps megN .

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tp. -5e p.~ PI&SIOP4 bodmsWIN, 0Aa ms~ea*@
lbS SUFoe. **I-.5 s 0'.1 om Lu I"Wd"D L u ft to Jih e
W, 0,v4 aewin.e. %IV401ft l pose$"" P40 1s U*0 no we sam e b p
(1Md 060 7. 4 .. I# 0 4p mendo 1 % b eglo
ON ft" tr Iwo 62 IN a 2 1001 ft le fbev ow& a-
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, ifNG PAki hL BE THERE

pa 'iuaest Displays of
SIee in the South.
S 't ia'tlma Olves Alachua Stock
uin ee Notice.
gTapaDaily Times of the 9 th
.lObtieu a very oomplimeularp
toSpriJo Park Stock Form of
ilty, whish I. ls follows:
"tse exhibit of castle to be made
e Btate Fair by the Spring Park
Farm Company of Alacbua,
\ leh is under the eare of General
.' manager N. A. OJllison, cannot fail to
be one of the greatest iateret to any
visitor to the lire took department at
the Fair.
"Tne company, of which W Ohase
of ainesrlle Is president, was tfrmed
with asapital of $100,000 for the par.
po of breeding registered stoek of
all kids, a speelalty being mide of
r*saerd Hereford and Jersey cattle,
idl debmoettlra g the fact that the
4-r* of Florida tI as well if not better
-'* d to the breeding and raising of
d'ves&t breeds of cattle as any of her
4 itr BttM In the Union.
. 'Il e farm, which compriss be-
r eM forty and Ifty tboouand acreo,
I lleated near Gaineeville, la Alachua
eo aty and ft recogolsed asone of the
show plaoeI in that seetion, having
been laid out eeording to plans of she
ean who have made the rearing of
live rtoek the study of their lives, and
ll bolldlogs, eto., havin- been fitted
wili the most mnodera anJ op-to-date
appllaiees for the comfort of the cat-
tie.
S"RoeoeglJing from the very flr( the
Imp erance of a good beginning, and
SHe I s that la all ease the best s la.
Iibly the cheapest, no pelae or ezx
S peae were sperd by the company in
Iastrila the very best animals which
oald be procured for their foundation
rdho, severaot f the member of the
msa having takes fni apinSe I their
ollase at the World's Fair at 0t. Louis,
wMIe most of them have seonred orm
ot more ldes la their elas as the bsst
kesa fairs ad cattle shows through
ot the country.
"At the hbed of the Hereford held
s ead two magallnt bull, Ridleole
sad Dalla, both of them apleodid
spelomen of the type of beef oatle,
th lorormer animal wellging between
,001 *a ,10i0 poal'na and with llaes
*tht make the heart of the lover of
UI stoOk throb with pleasure to look
at. This bull, which shows in the aged
elas, has been most slofeeoul In
ltlaemittlan his good point to his
prepay, with the reult that his some
Wi daughters to be found among
MtherM wsnaer throulhoot all the
Wtern states.
"Dallas, In the two-year-old elan,
e0joys the dltsietloo of having seour-
ed so les than fifteen irt priles, In*
eledlag among them the flrnt prise for
jealor yearling balls at the t1. Louis
Opposition, and the unialor ehamplon.
ship of the Southern exhibit.
"In addltios to these two animals,
veral helfers will be found in the
staile served for thsbrd,forwhihk
the company paid 600 at the raamehe
Where they were bought.
"Bto on turnolng from thee. mammoth
speoimena of one of the beol breeds of
beef cattle to the smaller but fully au
valuable Jermy, the viltor will finad
that the same policy has twbn carried
oat io eleting the foundation herds
of this premier breed of dairy battle.
"Ocoupylag the poshlton of lord of
the harem stands that magniflrcns a.
imal Fancy Ooldn., of Hltltmore, sired
by (oldea La d's ueee*or. who was
awarded the championship of the I'aa
Ameriea expoeltion at Buffalo. and


who. to his day, had the ditinction of
havil taken more fAre prse thln any
ball llviel at that time.
"Many of the bilfers and eows in this
boed were purehaed at faey pries at
the sale of the iamono* hltaore hrrd
ofJees so eer fully elected and .*
ImId without ay thought of expense
he W. K. Vaderbillt for hki toak larna
t Is th Carolls, but is will be sra.
Baeit tor the purpose of this artil e t
mIIMIe mese Bre mels Madeliev.
This stl ksp-ml ee of all that a
da4ey ow hbeed be. showes the t wo.
I*e -id dela, with her ms esalf, aad
wa imortd diret fte the isad of
JoeS, Mr. ium's'a d4eerptioae of
b w S at a Ise e pwfet piltr' beang
se Wt that so be give" o her.
b o --pay P ves trles ia lsfteas
a A


Soap,Ointment and Pilts
the Worls GreWs
SkWi Cures.


PRICE THE SET $1

CoIrle TIni trt for Ev y
Ror, fmniye
to Srofhl.
The agofing itching and burning
of the akin, a In eczema; the frightful
scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of
hair and crusting of the scalp, as In
called head; the facial disfigurement,
as in pimples and ringworm; the
awful suffering of infants and the
anxiety of worn-out parents, as in
milk crut, better, and ult rheum, all
demand a remedy of almost super.
human virtues to successfully cope
with them. That Cuticura Soap, Olat-
ment, and Pills are such stands proven
beyond all doubt. No statement is
made regarding them that is not just
fied by the strongest evidence. The
purity and sweetness, the power to
afford immediate relief, the certainty
of speedy and permanent cure, the ab-
solute safety and great economy, have
made them the standard skis cures
and humour remedies of the civilized
world.
The grandest testimonial that can
be oscred the Cuticura remedies is
their world-wide ale, due to the per.
sonal recommendations of those who
have used them. From a small begin-
ning in the simplest form, against
prudice and opposition, against
monied hosts, countless rival, and
trade indiference, Cutieura remedies
have become the greatet curatives of
their time, and, in fact, of all time,
for nowhere in the history of medicine
is to be found another approaching
them in popularity and sale. In every
clime and with every people they have
met with the ame reception. The
confines of the earth are the only
imits to their growth. They have
conquered the world.
i.e Go =O 0W CV4 R 1-1. pR tWel V of,
par* a I. M s4do I. paxbo, W C* -
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different clause, which will in some
way convey to the reader the large n*.
terest* which they have iu the cattle
business.
"Besides their battle exhibit, the
Spring Park farm have made entries
with Berkshire hogs, Anaorsa oats and
bronze turkey*, it being their nloen.
lon so ooaelusively prove that a well.
managed stock (arm -In Florida ean
produce all kinds of stoek to as good
advaag, s on the muo'b-boasted-of
grass landl of the West."

Pine Imported Qorman Coach Horrs.
Lover of fne horses should not fal
to go mad se the handsome imported
German soaoh stallion now on ehibib.
tion as Orawford & Davls' stable, im.
pored by the well knows frm of J.
Orouoh A Son of LaFayete, lad., and
Nushvlll, Tenn. Thri honre Is what ti
known as an all-perpos armone bone,
the right kind to aeao with the small
Southern mare, whikb will give style,
alss and atlon. We andaesand that
this strain of blood ean be traced bak
three hbudred yearn ad will produee
their owa like I. enry way. This is
the kind we surely need In this oun-a
try. Now ia jour ehanoe to see him;
don't fall. daw
Son Lost Mother.
"Consumpiloo rose la our family,
and thruurh it I ost may mother,"
writs IC. B. KItd of Harmotey, e.
"For the paut fe years, hooweer, on
the lilghtet siag of a soah or sod, I
have take Dr. Kiag's New Daroveuy
for Coaeumptioa, whisk hIau seed ae
from erloue lung trouble." Hllemoath.
er's death wa a sad loss for Mr. Roed.
but he )larned that lsag trouble met
not be segl**etl. and how to emre It.
Quiekeet rellef ed sur. for eoaeghe
and eolde. Pr.oe I0e and I1 00; gear-


tatfd at all dregI to Trial bo
tins froe.
Cotfax Rebekeh Lodge.
A regular meetiagof (0ella Rebehah
Lodge. 1. O .( F.. will be bold th
eveSagi is Mea-le Ball, oer Do-S.
toa' bask. A fall stWadane is de-
sired. There wilU be et.
UOnrars Ouraun., NO.
Nmo&M Roes, eaaetuy.


Maflous Parte.s Old Great Damage
to irrigating Plants.
J. Some maliioou party or parties pear
Uei at ed i a plen of work a day or
two rnwtly for which they will pay
dearly if apprehended, as tkey dostry-
ed property whbleb will require ma te
than a hndreddlollars to plaee ia re-
pair Saal..
The property is question Is the sha
Irrigating plants on the farm of John
M. Flewellem, located on the Hogsown r
Oreek red, oppose the Unievnsity
groonds. Mr. lewelleon went to hi
farm Wodqoeday for the firlnt time
sines Friday of lat week, and epos his
arrival there was earprised to find the
plats almost a complete wrek, the
victim of bammers and wrenehes. The
igla s eooes were shattered into mall
bits, eoeks had been uonerawed sad
either taken away or thrown into the
laki other pars of the machinery
were demolished in some instanees al-
moat beyood repair, and altogether
the damage is sertfoO. Mr. Flewellen
states that there could have been no for
maeloeoos motive of a grown perano, rector
and he is of the belief that the dam- tional
age wee wrought by boys. He has of- unfaili
fered a reward of $50 for the apprehena now s
sion and convattion of the guilty par- T
ties, and the offlter are hot on the ,:,t 9,
trail. no
No Case of Pneumonia on Record. mo st
We do not know of a single Intanoe tie
where a enough or cold resulted In g
pneumoola or consumption when Fo- ci
ley's Honey and Tar had been taken. T
It cores eolghe and eelds perfectly, "
so do not take ehanoeawith some Uo-
known preperatlon which may coetain
opiates, which sause constlpation, a
condition that retards recovery from
a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refose any substitute offered.
J. W. MoCollum A Co.
A DfLhtful Party.
The young folks of North Gainesville
gave a pound party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter MeMillan Wednes-
day evelang, whlch was largely at-
tended. Each attendant was required
to bring a pound of "something good
to eat," with the resuol that there was
quite a diversity on the bill of fare,
bat the young ladies volunteered as
cooks, and a fine spread was prepared.
Those who attended report a most
delightful time, and will arrange to
give another similar entertainment in
a short time.
slugglish Lier a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot saaomplhh very much
If yoor liver ist itie.as you feel f
dell, your eyes are heavy sad slglht
exertion exbausts you. Orino Laxa r-
tire Fruit Syrup stlmulates the liver
ad bowels ad iakes you feel bright
and active. OrlaIu axative Fruit
dtrup does not nasoeate or grips d Wd
very pleasant tSo take. Orino ia more
efeetive than pill orordinary e har-
loe. Refuse substitute. J. W. Me- C
Oollum & 0o.
Blds Wanted.
Bids are wanted by the Board of
County OoImileioaen of Alseal0
eoenty for the ervies of tworo** ov.
ereren for she emeaiag oea. Bide
must be handed toa e elerk of the dir-
eels sour ot later tha Moaetay, De.
tke right to rejet say ad all bids.
.emberosh, I3W. Theoard rese rve
Dies by order f the Bosrd this 7th
day of November, lea0.
J 0. D.Anra. Oh.C B'rd. Oo. Ooam.



r
Attest: I. H. Wi.ias OkCr.
OCiy Oeer Fo Sale.
We have a member of copies of D
Barns'City Diretory for alet The
B enoau It s I hady referees U J
book lee boitae aid -efIsieeeJi *
usea, gleviag the amise sf atmle,
wlth street ad aoatber, PrHi, I.L
Ids Wasted. d(


At the eat regular aeItiag of Ie o
BS rd d Ooeua Ooemimioear, to be
beld o Teeeday, Deeebr ht, 1l0,
bIde will be received foe hire of eom.
it emviese for ewmaeg year. All bide
aoMed be eeeJeda-gd 0 o o &8.
H. Wlnses, O-sly Otale, em. wom
iay deirei la asee ma be ob. I
stayed. The right to "eIuet amy a
all bidke i reeseysi
J.0. DQArina, Oa'. R'e O. Oam. l1
Ates: 8. H. Wa iSO. Clerk.
A GurVaad owe PPm er .
IltewM. bICaI. --t pa, emta
piles. Drwagge a eBa *sIered e
tead usey f a PAIO OntlTMe e
mlsto eame taomioda. a. e Tea I


me nt -" t no

DoPkase "' ftels"W-- 4 Pm
Lf~ )J MI ~ ~ ~ the imwssts

Your Hqir z m
Fyt- Y J


*^ c v iM ^ r,..,-'. 7^ ag

Manv a :

Woman's Dream

-of Love.


I "
Ar


n the rlee of thousands of women in the battle
Against disease. It is a truly marvelous medicne as A eCr-
female disorders and as an a.a to nature in its p e fume-
tia% Many ethical physician recommend it, nld ft iaso
I successful in accomplshing its purpose of health that we
ifunder an honest guarantee of rel.ct or re...nd your ?monay.
iu'ratce ariwhorizes any dr-Z7i*t to refunrd the purchase
M ttl3 fGC. F P (Gersttc'., hmAlPamicea) to anyommt
it an-d ian bene/ditd by its8 'ze.
what M's. 1Ohisho17n, of Esias, Mii.%, says: "lam
5UTI 04e i~~t t- ,;s',,.- (N jmthat
I t WOUldrl o 1 IVP tU:c.i o l0y t1rvh bot-
uln I U-1 Un lIt is the
iest ema!3 r*, jAOU:( td w'o:,- f r it has
4 m~e e .. .
in the o-.!)- r., ` ri -n )-'n Unted
*b in whA-h :> I ; ecjal
Ildence, fcr, !-F. F. P. (Ce.&'( i"'rsale
nacea) F' 'r c- c.. sra d iumca'o r.:Piody

$L0 Per Bottle at Any DnudAst's


Genstle Medicine Coot
6. CbattaoolS&, Tenxn.


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ALLOW


1


THE


CROWD-


Mr. Flagler remarl

to the late Hd


plant


when


ask


here Miami was 16:

Cited.


Follow the Crowd in GAINESVILLE
and it will bring you to


I'S BIG CLOSING OUT SALE-,


IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF


Soods, Shoes, Millinery,

id don't give u the first chance, you will
SyUnrself a gVeat injustice. Follow the
owd, the happy, money-saving crowd, to




. HyIe's Big Sale

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to iN ALAUAlm NU UIC Goal
mYWmRm am,
%@Sm eel iahle eso I ofat vmer on lmal 5slimIwoof
LawTtleis In lbseante of Floruid, sn"
______Abak eseaty.
UIALU Abbumb W Mom sTm Sob SuashMn
As" limed ewm pb a

~:riam aft" Ushof Oeesvifeine. I1S.
DOOR NeJI whow r ttr T 11';r'-


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THE DAILY SUN: (AINESV[LLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 10, 1905


OF CM! A39D
DUM' OCNDESED


,. RIL an of Hague, superin.
t i e hard-wood interests of
lpges Bros. A Darlington Com-
anufaetuvers of hoops, lpokes
ila sae at the Brown House
SHe was eo roote to his
I OIsn, where he will spend a
l dary ith his family.
Ufa i Uv Means has returned from
iflmrrte where she went to attend
*a MNease- ve weddlag, being one
tthe atteodasta. The wedding oe.
41Ared Wednoeday evening, and was
b~g1y attended by friends o? the eon.
-ifetiag parties, both of whom are
,It popular In that section.
We are In a position to fernish first-
1a- bean, seke and lettueh hampers,
'lo. vabbeag and oanatloupe rates
pIMapy at reasonable prices, and
Ijarastee prompt shipment on all
autracta. Ship on either A. C. L. or
. A: L. railroads. Williston Man.-
etering Co Williston, Fla. dawtf.
SThe first and second teams of the
Ualrenitly Graded and High School
tave decided to give our people a little
Ioaeh of football, and will meet on the
gridiron at 8 o'clock this afternoon.
te game will be pulled off at the base-
i ballpark. The admission will be only
Mteent, and a good crowd should lend
boys enoooragement. The teams
ae In very good practice, and are
vealy matched, so an exciting gaire
sy be expected.
Perry OolIon of Gainesville was in
heity for a few days. Mr. Colson
red from Perry just in time to see
Is train for Gainesville polling oat of
Suanion depot. This necessitated a
ange of route and a stay here for a
w hours. Bat Mr. Colson appre-
tee activity and a hnatling city and
enjoyed his stay here about as much as
e people of Live Oak enjoyed having
im, and that is saying a reat deal -
Ive Oak Democrat.
Among the visitors to this city yes-
rday wa Geo. C Warner of Jackson.
lie, the lever and saneesfal travel.
representative of the Miami Mano-
taring Company, manufacturers 6r
Raeyele. Middlecwn,, Ohio. Mr.
arne is an old newspaper man, and
Many friends throughout Florida
are always glad to welcome him.
was as one time employed In
paper work in this city, being
tested with The Demoorat.
asstie R W. Snaal of Hague was
g the visitors to the eoanty eap.
yesterday. Justice Small reports
eles very dull in his eoort, sad
*naturadly declares if he was som
to depend upon the fees of hib
Bthe county would have to send
to the poor house. He reports
loee otherwise very good, however.
the fardier happy over a good
rop, with the exception of At on.
vlwsh is a third abort of las year.


William Jones of AIlaaa, a clever
tivellH g salesma and member of the
Srm of Joesa. Mayeard & Josea, pn.
etal mereheats of that progremsiv
towr. is la abe city. Mr. Joaern ea
tr he purpose of receiving Initislon
ia OGaleeville Lodge No. M, B. P O
X., a was given a full st of etlers
las night. He oepreaehd himself ai
blag very meeh impressed wilb the
woL of the order, asId It oes wltohes
Ilhag that he will make a good CKh.


0 ae&o@at of the smaal meem*$t
of wH Sohern Ideatloaal As-"-
aim, ubigh meete as Nashville, Taos,
Nemhbr U.M. tOe Atlacti Oe
m naw" way h and tosal

tw"sapebs a42to ar r-Aintd tp.
1ftm Mobees wiU be as m" eXo er
Mb ml M; S&Wl unit of m
va beNorebAr Mmb. Ia' fall n.

4 Afat1e On o Lb onen a'e
YEN C. Uhspi Db, DmfaS hu
Ap. ha W. fbnd&
a s bt.. hiofd Wad

0- ~ eIo.. eW* owU ws deoI
afted in as oengem aa me
fosaeg ft d lbnse. New. I& Us
u-se smiam e
5u~10b dO Naf t oseeb
mosohesMAIfan bpu4c b" nI
dn hmhalsMmoft own. W-
as be eos f %*% hof ead.
- M O kn m.'-~
AbUkf9 os00ha eelm.
dma uS beSmmw s,% va


mi-


OLD AGEIROUGHT NO

INFIImIES


To "The Autocrat of the Breakfast
Table."

Oliver Wendell Holmes, after eighty
years of lif had rolled over his head,
deelared that 1 e was "eihty yeaIr
yoon.." '80o may every man and wo-
man in Gainlsille," said Druggist W.
M. Johnaoe, 'f they will take proper
shre of themselves, keep built up and
their bodily tlsnes from wasting.
"We wish w eould perousde every
peorn io this vioelity who 'feels old,'
whether they areso in years or not, to
take Vinol. It is by far the greatest
tissue builder and invilorator we know
of for old people. Vinol is not a pat-
ent medioies, but simply contains the
body-boilding, streDgth-creatine prop-
eries of cod liver oil actually taken
from fresh sods' live. and we gutr-
antre that it will repair worn tissues,
eheck the natural decline and replace
weakness with strength.
"There are hundred, of old people
in this vilcnity who need Just such a
rtrnaith-maker and tissue-builder as
Vinol Their blood is thin, sluggish
and watery, hut y e guarantee that
Vinol will enrich and quiakon the
blood and build up and strengthen
every organ in the body. Vinol oon.
taine no whiskey or strong stimulants,
which have a bad aftrr-effeet and
weaken and break down, and we wisls
every old person in this vicinity would
try Vinol on our guarantee to return
their money if they are not sastislfd "
W. M. Johnson, Drulggiqt.

DEATH OF MRS. ANSLEY.

Former Florida Lady Expires at Home
of Daughter in North.
Mr W. T. Bauskett received yester.
day a telegram announcing the death
of his mother, Mrs. F. W. Ansley, at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. A. 0.
Kraetser of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Ansley was the daughter of
Captain John M. Taylor and Mrs.
Maria B. Taylor of Marion county.
Florida, who were among the
early settler of that part of the State.
They moved from Beaufort, 8. 0., to
Florida to the early fifties. The de.
oeneed was a siewr of R. B. Taylor of
Homossesa, Hoe. R. F. Taylor of Tal.
lasha--s Mr. Dor Wallaseof Gaioe.
ville and Mrs. E P. Orane of Bewlkly,
Pa. She leear, beside a busband,
five hlildren-Mrs. A. 0. Krsetser of
Brooklyn. N. Y., Miss Hophie Bealkett
of Palm Beasb. Mr. W. T. Banekett
of Jakeounille, Mrs. Lawresee Halls
of Titusville and Mrs. Thomas Canfled
of St. aloustine.
Mr. Analey raided for several years
ia St. Auguatine. where eke wa well
known, and also in Fernandlaa, but
recently had been living at Hampto.
Va -Timet-Unlon.
Frileds of Mrs. Wallace and other
relatives. all of shom are well known
herea eltdmAd a*Linth@


Ex-Poetmstrese Goes to Jail.
Athens. Ga., Nov. I.--MNi. 'T. J. liar.
mon, Formerly MIss Doi 'Cilia>pltll.
postmistress at Mayesvl:lh t-;., has en.
termed a plea of guilty To -' charge of
being short in her aceomn a \%ih th h
government to the amoni:' ,f seven oi
eigl;) hundred dollars. .' \a. sien
teanced tu slx months' tcoiLn 1 .fent I:"
the Hall county fail. She %.as carried
there Tuesday to serve k- her aen.
tence.
Cotten Growers to Meet.
Jackson. Mtsa., Nov. :, President
Walter Clark. of the MtI- ,ssppl Cot
ton asocKattoI, has calh.l a convene.
tDos of cott4n growers of thi. state to
meet It Jackoa Nov. 2, to devise
ways and meiam for better organisla
lion.
Intelligence and Experince Join Hands
In it Pralse.
I made a thorough test yesterday of
the density and ooverini cilsacily of
Davis 100 petc ent Pure I'amt, in om-
parison with other high grada paint.
I gave each paint the exia*,t Rne tat,
and the other were In 1 it at at all
[ have used Davis 100 t,,r cent 'ure
Paint ever slae iI ha. tl .i on sale
here, and ona truthful y:i it tli.
best I have ever usd in *:r au ypr*s'
practlal experience I 1 ) s r,
Master Painter, Sauntft \. ., (.0,t.
12, '(2..
Fur rale by Baird li; :,%\re (',mn.
p.any
ekmakore'* bn -ie,'..
Layers of odds at tbh ** rI. trk are
prone to cirrelate tale t lleir eour-
mous lose upon eertail ; '.N. hut It
i seldom that a loss olln i lla11y It*
shown, for It has tbwn IaI .,.r il Iy e, .
perts that a skillful i. makv,4 n
book showing a pertv.i'c u of 21;- in
his favor, by which Ih lIolind to
retala at leat oee-fourit il tak-
aIng. IArge loucM> hb' b 1 y ua- nlor-
ally when an unexi.., ed iletory
pays 40 or 80 to 1. billut e igeurnl
thing. uniel the botoki kir tl'illlmwr
lately gamIble with clitai hei' "uinkti
books" so that he will ol.w n Iroit
oo eacb ras. A akilli'ln In~akl cau
so manipulate the omhl that t t no
point does be stand to ... ,i n race.
and, like hi brother ,ir i: boue, his profit lie In l.i ie'r'reitasg
tn his favor. Ireon sa eir gauibllln
game nare ran without r eourtn to
fraud the odds In faror f. the dialer
are never less than 2) p. \ lit.


CASTOR IA
I labmiha ,nd fllMal


I' KYto IM ui Ahsq t
Darn the
ama"asof

Ther Iad Tlhat etes.
-Ie-It Is comfIorti me e to kew
that womars' b hai ruas the word.
He-Tee. btt you 11Ist nut forget that
ima'a head hoLta it Ie n of the time.

crIbblke-Too *i t every Joke I
ambtmt to yoe. :liato-Wr l, if tbey
bad any p st to III' t I wouldn't


Drr, ws w p yryr51 7.
.... MAIR TLLS CHARACTER.
Death ef Mrs. Tuttle.
Allie. wife of Harry H. Tattle, died Oe"r Na arn sd Ie *lstelo a P-.
at her home. West Chereh Stree. at -O T.eapeeme.l
A lo'eloek Thareday morning, after as May peoee 0;'. .- UMat blnb., o
illaes of about si weeks. I te 1 N wiliout hair
Deseased wa* bIwn a Harmlltoo a *. aye*- of *. :,s,,e; far Hum it
latly, near What* Springs May 14, Tb dlspeastk" r fhe aver-a trm d
t M. and wa virtually redld isI t bas m"D a Io .' -,w eb enu etai
"8 es w.t elta heire, that bhe s
esacty. Me was^ married t Mr. T" tests kW A ..an easms hlnaeq
Iti February of the presens yar, ro. S.buewu. rsca,. rranr.. In.
lad iyed happily with h bh--ed-. weeetel a rabbit ib Deefrulf e**r
-nli te e *ty hatin Is M tn dAt*
ae w I a deroet member of the Me*o M I"U- To rd r0 naflip af is s.
ediaes Obarek sad bea bes asa amive t-sw s*,-- * emag~e to *&P
Nearves espkids.
wte ere ai the eem of Chri t. D rsw t-e ~he
SDesesd I survived by her Lheateal edt
,a d little daughter. ly mae mo ee- h -'ml1 sm d I
lld, er parlele. Mr. ad Mrs: 1. A. = a 1
l Mald of WBhi tt etSgs. w sIlrA. So- A- C.. Ca., __I. A-
pI 5.1S Tuttle o f isstsp. ad M s.
*hla. Meled of Newbrry. an at M *
vm wwre a be --a h t --
of be. ldea
Up "smaims we M dipped to W MoI
ites Th .oeSy iLt Md m* a1=
WUg wilV be .eld ted. R.
rsbe& ofo he waeevd mtlu.1 -*1
and Wsphy ai skis bear of be.









---- 'B-f--
- -TRUMDAY.








m i nimdod a. .. d theum 8 *
AI Me the -'le Krl WaMs F,1
b Ofng ltes es VeeMS 0ad g es

dIm 14de" a I- 'm- "o
boa- be *sI1l,0,1

so 10010 r 1 h1 e1 bed. ad bse (M I oe*
__y. blo wMI


leftmaN mo I" w e -


STOPI

AND CONSIDER THE


WOMEN,


ALL-IMPORTANT


FACT


That In h dtat dresdng Mra. Pinkkluim von
aJe coinithiui %(our private illst to a %tiinlw
-a woman whotm experience with wo-
main's diwaunes cit- rm great niaai yearnm
You can talk free-ly to a ivousnat when it
In revoltigl to relat4v your pri vat. trtitihtle'
to a man -besdides a mainin xloei nut utkdor-
stand --&imply becatna'. lehein a nianie
Maso% woirn cstutfer lin silen%- antil drift alang4
fruom hatato toworse. k knouw'ait full wi-l1 uLltt tit
ought to have Imnmdau.late wixtazwei, but a natural
micletty iipel. a i eua to .rin topthrink frms ibIu.( thtliD-
aelve. to the questions stll ltrtmtibaaly examinatlona of
even their famil'v phi % ueuinn. It Is aunni-vAnary.
Wi thoutainofty .or ;iri,'%' pm Oia c k-iii il 't oiIa %*iluafl
wItest' k ouvwlaeuige fi-,mi ail-ttail .u 1l' rit'-aict is i jri.tlt
Mrs. Pinkhant'ai Statidlluig Iv itntion
W~ometti'Li aff.'rinir freata gin v f-witti-g ,f Cfuanlt,eweak.
nek% on' invitedI to) lw)1riuii I N 1'11i '11kiti tti with Nrs.
Finltlaaina t at lvaaia, Ntait.'. I eltt'i i% rts) '


tilwticil, rtta Ircl itu l i 1 1'~ 1(11 V % Olki'l 4111V,
%it) htutu can fret-I % tit' t-f i, r pi vmc illit-sm too
w min ; Ih I it iaall.tI thin eterial


hxA too hi ,r rivtrit.itI% i wrir th lm 1itil, 1o
that I ts h a lell till klI -- h''III /I ru lYu i l e ,
that uvlr I it-Ii \ourcat.. Nit. *t ntth (
nlg i Ii ret- rn e ept Imv'1 %% 1 i itailher /
advlee i.',' rtolitrvr~t til'. reoi.'v l t s -,il M, al y all
wofliapm, riei air lxxir, I% vtr f C li, i it.11/
dit uoti mt taIkt avantin u t 'at- aa we Ve'tins
offt-r pt Matia"'- 1. uha E'. 'mkai
Meodiciae vCt il Lvslit Mta
FolowIluif fwe Itabiolh tIwo lt. As A' knim, I waca. M that my &NOW
tern 11 oean ob w.oaskitt who ea bweep-s mimiI I siat lha' 0afil I t.OWe n Aitor I Iu ao
04 this Itivitsliuoa. Note the Nito* l i. I ita.i wr"i toy, ea.. 5a4 og ,. my oil.
restsI tl- t III& I yiolilo r4 ytradv and mi l
IWir'et letter. a i we'll I i-owt walk uills without lan
FirntI M ler. ROWi it m u ll 4 JbS l f Ilwsl ay lNe torag a
Dw"Mrx ,'mattki~~~,, .firikamUh .Vt~if~t Kla .1ikhhamn.'s wal" omroNA
11 twitilitvimrsI liv sufoal inthitgI sleeL iterymauffiilot agwdoman Wra
%bnibi. ci eve-rynimith ath Illy ,mtraitoti 11w tioo t tias %m w al daAnt reisilOtwe val oft
gwlm are .ruaaviali en still edI '(a i bAilysWubi I siMxiots yAnalt i.aw ,reay "- Wim M
Uitillia. M vclew t'.r map I haiti'littartan sanl loionnikk. M'11th sanillK V 1t skl SBMW map
wibloh tt eti ', mim I liI 111 hr.ugt e n "o- musing I' .i)bbl lotjlu. V a.V.
walt'ual, if I *ant I~e t ww mm I too liti weai
tv milat iwit I If 1 mI looally Wl. i When a modiie t-Ihasbeen asua.eul
)')me te ml waha alk). I hgogo an In rietrui to health mu uMany WeS
calitel t ,Ilkenwg 1,u, Wshiglo,11.4 Y40 annoguit well Gay, Without Ur1
80"Inel letter. 'I ido not believe it will help te.'It
ee Mt~r I'awih arauly t- 'a~eyou are Ill. dimt hesitate to ae a be*
andl takingLydia X. inhallanisVowutaIl si.LdaK llhs' oal
tVa poets I ams very asagato atio MWi #"I citivnluflat t imiov.antwrit. PMrs.PIcSI
b"OnatiaUsAcus nw = ham. ly nn. Mamas,. f~or splocial ladvei
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malchilam, reat u sitso? WIe.Waitel- juidg
Pfor )i.amror..I%',il a otoale k now asir
lorea tt sell liy thlo; thimais Mr 0iuaaaia
kameiw 011141tatoama1Ll' of pus)%live
WAlto- Na lty the' weI sIIlW )'14 Y1 ir
clout Jaubitri M),omillai Masy 1l1iagi li
maillp lineraLi aelfe 'uqtculsy III [ APO
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Mae as Ie I rlsaer l tlesm
Mil Is is of 6o00e two Alill
Ipe*~er of pbials and animlato eslatt
on Ithi planet. hil In the eatlitl lIf
of the work It It probable that there
were twenty nllilua specli.-ldm

An all rindII* wai xla ed tlhe O ew
Ial prlaiaerd over hat. cal ble: "N "to
he useil *espt in cas of re."


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Movement&t.
ReVIew&4 atnlayrzs and otitclus Rairoad
ard Industriul rtepurs.
Has compI'4im table of Earniang of
Propertil-L
Quotes anti in~actve Stocks and
Boids
Roomrds the last We of Ban d mA the
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I, iriesta abd a cmte He f ortierIM r
a iesfordloy everalat.emaede mlUweim
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Stepeople are bs ingy part of the tnd
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".gjsatlnoe Wpower ofthe Repub-
sM paly atntd bad atca ed ofter ntwas
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P"01 .TMIndependent voter Is be-
Ilbftas tou mI the city e actions as
bled to party tifore ardve disr arded
4' tiot amasTB'U DALmY euN e

THB ILECTIONr/.

i The reont eleeotlon, held ID (he
gtes S-tato on Touday, *how that
SIr ppIo *f broodat weary of the
se;,ropot mothodls eployed by the
E, l-**tflnad power of the Repab.
h eIM party, sad a ooItod socoo wam
a. tte to drive he corroptloerta from
i^~r---fe p .ash ye lt as

fc 1tt, gtd pnty Uoe are disregardod
"/ggikJoa>ms o Dnes's home les la


I eienaDt vote east In favor of meo
4,& a ownership Ihows tat the peo.
m e opposed to the extortion, of
.eIprpatioa that are getting rih.
'i, Vhloagk mnulelpal franehises and
SM the t1 m It a Ioming when the sltles
,, tido pa elr public uBIlltle.I
S alosh ti at then need be no
I; f h m yu oprieiag to disturb The
gsr nmmest of aflaln. eo long
*, ha isV a fm ad tair ballot.

j*,Tthj. bwe of fnsdp in theo
i, r v Y kb qA4able has not gone to
he length of Imperilling he face
va le of polieles, though it wll. doubt
1a, se**e boeaee. But the poIltilo
a none the le regrettable. To begin
with, the specaIle of conidemrble
moe being paMd lato the war ht of
the Republlean party the more O.
Ir peaat when we have regard to Pres.
iMea Rooevelt's high character, uad
we are glad that he has Islted upon
S reWatlutloa. For II is absord to eug-
S geIt that thee Ime were paid for the
beaelt of the losraae soletIesl as a
S whole. They were, on the contrary,
t, Ilbo ted to rader all for the best
S n o beet of all possible world for
S the Iuor e magnate. Envn more
S erkc Io the Qmablial for private ad.
vastage which has been gaoig on by
pledge the fods of the IasueiU. It
a prolt was made the ladluveals who
had avoided the rieks ye took taeir
* haset-a handoome ome.-Loadon
S New. ....
The editor of an esteemed oexhange
has doeeored that there is a wide df-
s, e-e between the school books of to-
d' ad thoes of lon ago. He eags
wb he went to oehool he read his Ie-
i S theB Irnt render something like
tI t "See the eow. Is not a eow
ate? No, theme o eo anot run as fant
Sasithehoune." But Ihe late up.to-
dato reading of It by the average kid
Is as follows: "'(e. et on to tohe ew.
S Ain't hee beaut? 8be is a worker.
OU the sow get a move on herself?
SYo bet ahe kin. Can ehe hump it
bI. e deohas? Nit-she ala'tl it aid
o hoesM."
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A elOrgymen who relgInd hie pu*
S I O to akhe up the pretieoo of law
-ielld as e* ro e for his change
eM average man will pay more
S s ltof lailolbr o eday thaeto
be I hsat of hbell fIo an es*orlty."



bInIm.. sBou t week. Wednesday.
she Prlftl t Fairt as Tampa will
e aPi e u f *as an a show I s*
M an toa me*

"o these are many thag ta Fsieds
0" sobe0101111 th1tate Pawr ((
&bSMa- s hU a amber ot


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the ospreme eourt but we would not
be surprised if meeb the greter part
of State entIment on thbl sabjee, if
it oold be sounded, would earnestly
delre that the sopreme oourt might
fid the Beckman law to be omtsitu-
tional. The people of Florida, out-
ideo he few oommuoltlee to be ad
vreely elected by the passage of the
law because of the possible removal of
schools from their midqt, didn't seem
to manlfes t Imgreat degree of indig.
nation o oppooIti while the mesron
was ander disenloa Is the Legaila-
lure, and after It had beame law there
wa s. o fat we enold e, a enemal
aoqgleseesoe'l Its wisdom, the vail-
oss sI le *striviln for the location of
the oew oshools throwing themselves
heartily and cheerfully Into the comrn
petition. The slobols have now been
loostedI expewive preliminary stepe
taken for tee eoItrootlon of the uni.
eralty bulldIlep at Galaneville; the
people generally eem to be soufering
under no sense of wrong or Injustics in
the matter and I the Sate1 eood be
polled today we belle there would be
an overwhelming mIajority asglant re.
turning to former oodltooes whoe ia.
suellent 8tae aid to oar higher
sehoole was dietribed amoegl o mayl
dilfenot otituetloes and they were at
eeh *eson of the Leislatoure elam.
omnely begltg srf more to keep them
alie. The News pea Il ae aganlat
the Bu1km14 a1 w w tlthe fore and
vior ofsa raeg oVaetoe uad on.
oubted seieerity, best we db If it
will be able to -e-i*4 a S6 follow.
Itg In Is epoestlon to a law approved
Irm the beogiamnl by many of the
best Iads of Florida and which was
atdoabtedly designed to anre a eon.
oeded evil in he State's hilher edcea-
teals system .
"Bat It is uo neaoMsItlatlol the fat
should be know as eoom aa poibleo
before heavy expenee are Ilserred o
faith la the validity of the tat te.
The e Le IAelaturI ea seure theeo*
sltatlioaal defect ad gtt as a new
measure on this sebjeet of pnarast
importaeen. The Boekmas law was

Beware of OnAmeta feeor CALtah That
Costasi Mecu rA ,
As mearury will esrely deestI the
.nas of nmel ad *omplet41 deras
the who"e getom wha e1eri-g i
thrseth the s i m e arfteis. Seeh ar.
ti les hbo l sevr be emed eseept
preeripteoMm ham repea te physt.
ia M. as the m4 e the wiiU de i miw
fold to the an de oen pastIMl do.
rt ve rm Uthe. RaM's atrref Oar,.
mauIoae trend t F, J. Om A Ce.,
Toledo. 0.. aisi no mOesrr. y,
W asokh in" fM Mtiag d" IeIT
uIpo the blMdl wI -A em-- of
tbhe b= in -.soft p OVMAtr"

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The mw W~ie Dm
not gripe or nauseate.
Curn~ sb~mmCh and live
tr"cab! aIs wcbrmlsm-
sdpetlon by reow the
saturn ac hcta@ftbh@ stom.
&ch. liver and bowesI.
FwNa h OPhbJ.. SfOAM w a %6


IS IT UNCONSTITUTIONAL?
The following pdgbte arw gensit l
taken f1ro- 0i0 Lvw Oia DailyMd
Dorat. and Ie eirt* .the a-refdt o-
*iderspio of ai. t f *.Oi lDd s lcid
this State:
"Bdior Ce of Tie er
News signalises hise 'tor to Florida
journalism by a wa-ev ak on the
Buckman edoesatoo law en seed by
the lost LeiielatIre, and gives it a
'dressinal down' wlehi would have
been more effetive before Its passage
tha It Or 'be noW. We had prevlooe-
l learned frm other soures that the
so-tetuatt.alty of the law was to be
teed in the eoart, .ad from The
Nel we gather wbat will probably be
Ibe preeoe Igroad of atteek. Our
Jper edoteuapl ary says that the
lBasman law violates Artiole 4, See-
tIcn lt, of the State Oealtutloioo.
which reads: 'The SuperIntendent of
Public Isstroation shall have osper-
vision of all matters pertaining to pub.
lie Inineroeloo; the supervision of
tate boitdiae devoted to edoeation-
al porposee,' ete. The Bookman law
provides that ''tie Roard of Cotl
shall have jurbdletidti oAr tad
plete mmnaremaet and control of all
of said several institutionsto d eaoh
and every one of them,' meamlpg ar
the State school; and that law, also
provides that the colored roal
school at Tallahassee 'l eat lashed
under the supervision and/ control
of the State Board of tneatlon
and the Board of COnwtol.' The
News insists that these two provileono
are no direct conflict with ArtIle* 4,
Section 25, of the Constituton, as quo-
1td above, and for that reason the
Bookman law, now the foundation of
our entire 8tate Mhool system for
blher eodoation, must go to the scrap
pile as worthless and invalid leglisl
iion. We pes it to the lawyer and


Z1135 PUilAiD.
7uU.eni *Q 5Qw. I3 lr s
Umathgtubuem e se r a 57(6
Feoaoawn - 4 3* 4516. IS
um~me mab as.......m6 $10 5755
uain'a 44are ........1 in 5 5$0
814W1 Dro ............ 40 $0 ItO
nv" vwnima............ In too to
Pse b ulw........ .. IS so too
mosomwoom...... ... I 46 i
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Mse ........3a n goo 986
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Ammnmti Aleloed L a ASeofainme
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81.10 Pet rGlas:
Rye. 01.. Cam. Goodare"
0.0 Pet 0flbl~
a"0.0. Cogs. Ca. saMe qua"ty.
NMM Per Usa:
Bir. (ila. Corn.um. bet fo the mmse.
"O Per (Osm:
-#4" Rye Peach madApple l bsf Melef"-
edbyseen.
$6.00 Per Ua&U:
Viterigw Rye. Soeals oags I Ry. MelaaIS
qu~jky.
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dis16tly 3 edoestional *e*i*n.si,
,ad, ike reaolotion, evolution evor lO
,pO backward. We cannot believe,
otil we $ It, that there wilrver b.
a return to the old system in Florida." .

Probably she largest number of peo-
pie traveling on one ticket po.edb
through Miami Monday on their w.. Iil
Iro n New York to Key West, ways Tbi
Record. The party numbered 20, sad
one teiket was isoed to carry them pa
the P. A O. s*amer MartiniqOe, whiaebl l
left for Key West lst alght. The
party was eoaiosed of Italiane sad
Irish, pleked up In New York, for
work on the P; E. 0. extenasoo. When
is ler the Nothb the party numbered P ALF C
800, bat 81 of them deserted before P
reachinbg Miawi. r1

The State Fair a Tampa will be a DO NOT DELAY
big osrprise to many who do not e,. t mlh o ,*ow 1W ywm pyr--od et a
peoo so mn a .fe show of horses, eat- r athI i isa d a e op ts a y To b
baith I a et kept hL god criw. A 1. ie.6Mmrsd a so
tle, sheepand hogs. It will surplus s esi yt iW was oeby its game a to t0 ats linms
mamy of the old fairs In te North sod r M e a t ge bog % gh 7-Q ees character woud be
East. I Wb ead W e l d m eak e s apeaa ue at ocae m AH d'


The ehef of the Waldorf-Astoria in
New York says one meal a day is
enoauh, but the man who slls 21 meals
for $2.00 would be a long time getting
rich. _____
It Is mid that when a Kentucian
wishes to epreo the extreme of hato
and contempt for official eorruptioo,
he call is a "hydrant" headed mon.
ter. ________
The Hears people will elaim New
York and have a re-coaut.
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THE SUN,
Jacksonville.
The fint lsue of The 80n will be out
November 18th.
It will be brim-full of good tbinp
gotten up by Editor L'Engle and illes-
trated by Cartoonist Taylor.
Govetoor Broward oontribatee a pan
per on "The Pardoniln of Oriminals,"
which answer the eritole of the Par-
4oolnn Board.
No oneo bold min this number.
Write Theo Ba, Jackonville, Fla.,
and order It sent to you or l.e us.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLBE, FIORIDA, MEMBERR 10, 1905


lWS FROM ALL

PARTS: FLOMRIA

SIafpf igI From Various
M Otima of Stte

THE MQST IMPORTANT EVENTS

Tiragplang in "The Land of Flowers."
Tinge "Weled Down" to Suit the
SgReader-Items of Interest to

|bean erop at Oakland is said to
,b-aw~uat a failure.
S'apt. Ao~latl Hanry Reveias, an
Ah.red Confederate veteran. is dead

aso Orawford of Live Oak was ar.
ieaed for a criminal aa ult on Mrs.
*We Gray.
A mg ass started a pigeon farm
ans Mattlead for the propagation of
bemlua pioaMs.
Ortlado is making a hbstle for win-
ter tourists. Its two dailies are a
credit to the lity.
Tke OGorgia Southern & Florida
Ralrod station at Palatka is now
y for occopaeny.
Ivo Oa hbas a mother's olab, with
I. J. B. Ley as president and MrS
rg as secretary.
Oak eitisesn will organize a
of trad. When theywast any-
lig la that eity they get it.
Rev. J. B. Oollumo, the new Baptist
latter at Williston, will also preaeth
l eomiogton sad Waeshoota.
th. total loo by the fire as Perry
last Saturday might is played at
000, with only small insurance.
Ot of 849 votes oast for mayor of
rIaodo last Tuesday J. H. Smith got
1. 0. R. Carter was elected mar-
al.
The hunter at Golf Hammoek are
bavian good eeess aod there is plenty
wu in that seetion, both large and
mall.
The Ladle' Aid Sooeety of the M. E
Ohar at Oxford is raising funds to
repair, improve and paint their choreh
boUdlag.
t. Petersburg will have the names
f the streets of that aity marked with
on the scorers and the boosae

Tallahasee deelaree they won't "**
t ren" of the Soothero Coontruo-
a Company, but demand a "bsow
or their noney."
A harity bll will be given is Penaa-
la next Monday night. the entire
proe ed to be given to the Sitern of
erey to relieve the suffering in that
lty.
The Old Fellows sad Rebelkah of
rae euwrtalsed Buaford Lodge
haeday night. There were 30
M S ad the oeeMaon wa a moat

e a. Robert MeNamee of Temps i
ahm aneblurs tso seeare a pardon
r Waftef L. Taylor, who k serving a
iveFearei' *teamto ee o a A l a.lt i
RBe. W. B. lmBr. He ho the mat.
tr botei the Board of Pardom at
YTlham.
Ga. Ash sad family left Teaday
1t heor Aleehua, whr he will eag-e
BI te meratUlie baia. Mr. Ash
snd tally have reesed is Ive Oak
efwr as her of years. ad oar people
ae -em i with rget, ht wish them
mmsm--- their mew hom.-Uv OLak


She Creum Verifuae oe saly
bId warW m bet rrepr h ew-
,.- whiM.h they hblM their
eaI M M .d M.laly, halathy
g-K!"" .d 'y whswOrm


SAsmtns Swas "m cap&
~. T*A. ". Nsv.*.-phe
tram w "she -"
Tw, "ad -a mml tha
"now e 00wee" mson@&"h
to a eakiPM960 to asu "Nto


bwe ft Is "0 am 60 "P
a "Vw.


MmbdftTo.. Rev. -Am a m
at a awwwo somm amto.


ama-ow. a-m"
ma-l w bd -f
I* vm


Scott's
"the easy


take,
use


easy ir


Emulsion is
oil "-easy to
n action. Its


insures deliverance


from the griping and nau-
seating sensation peculiar
to the raw oil. Noblxly
who has any regard for
their stomach thinks of
taking cod liver oil in the
old way when Scott's
Emulsion is to be had.
It is equally certain that
no one having a regard for
their health will accept a
cheap emulsion or alco-
holic substitute for Scott's
Emulsion. It fulfills ev-
ery mission of cod liver-
oil and more.
sCOl1 & DOWN, o. Pear l Sr,. New York

GEORGIA VETERANS IN SE8SION
Confederate Solidiers Meet at Macon,
Ga., for Anhual Reunion.
Mason, Ga.. Nov. 9-Tutvda)'s trains
brought veterans front all dtrectlons
to Macon for the olelnng of the an-
nual rrtuinton h'ur; tii, niorning. Camp p
Martin. of .iJohil. on county, eompolxsel
of about 75 nonhlmfrai. ia a Ui* first to
arrive. The ru : marchtrlid to a lbod
to the city audiltorium antl Ihn r, dls
banded for the dly. Latcr In the even
Ing they came in large niumrbirs' from
all principal points in the atate, anid
tonight the full ltaLe ripre'ullutliuu
thronged tUe ity.
August. Ataunta and Savannah have
large numbers of veterans here toiiltlit.
The hotels are Illed aud many are
with their friends in the homes of
the city. All the visitors are not vet-
erans, however. The 8ons of Veterans
of tie state are well represented, and
will also take part In the business af.
fairs, as well as the pIlasures of the
reunion.
Georgia Presbyterians In Sesllon.
(Iriffn, Ca.. Nov. 9.-Thil evening
at the Presbyterianu y)nod of Georsia
began Its annual meeting Tueslay.
There were present a large number of
delegates, repreaseatng churches of
that denomination in all parts of the,
state. Rev. L (. Henderson, pastor
of the Grilin Presbyterian churrb, is
host of the gathering, and has lMoke(l
arter the comfort of the delegates. AJ;
are well provided for. a n the saeslons
promise to be most in restlu. The
opening service was conducted by Rey
D. W. Brannos, of Milledrvillle. re
tirlng moderator, and was largely at.
teadd.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chikago, originaod
Homey and Tar s a throat sad lag!
rewdy, aod on soeoet of the grea
wrtt and popularity of Foley's Home
and Tar many imitlUloe arl o11eed
for she Ienine. Thes worthless ml.
ttome have similar sot ding same.
Beware of them. The ge*aile Foe
ley's Hooey and Tar is la a yellow
peI ap. Ask for It and frefe iay
sabmltset. It is the bet re mdy fot
ri and colds. J. W. Meeolleo

Man Is Cut e Doath.
Wa-lagoe. Novr 5.-A revlretlt
lag affray ('ip* pia**ear sill-
more. Andrew lard w M oet la areral
bates by George HolaBel -4d lis
henfler n a firghr a**l "tt r4 waau
brought to tlomore for m*edtal itret
eMt, but tll.d more' tberefter. s Ha
ay, who lle la illmaanre. baa Ib-m
araoted. chraged wti murder lTWI
.rtet of if* the 4lIlclty If oet
my t the particulare


It lea dlisasro aalamity whie yao
le y-er hemlta). eei lad lielaee
md einlfpat sd have espped is awa.
Pe-ml f Mam be had us Dr. KIstss
eW Si Ptium Tom. btd p yor
Aigeseep msed een e desbe.


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lb SAE memrtly~ ~ WCWOflJAC KOONVOL&O Sd dSANVOXV
ilweM -t eb(l~br~ "b~(C .weeaJrrr~l SFEA 13300
-tc b am Orr e--w VIO NM butY,

dimiiiw -W 6TiTY JACKBONVILLF and fIaM YK DABY"
Arems of ~hd Wkmo
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We bow_ ____ - -- o
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RAWLINGS RIEFUOE NEW TRIAL Curs Clmr Inrrntum
Dia1rhu, Dymsary. mand the
Supreme Court Uphold Dec on f the Bowel TrouIeS So CNhi tn do
Lower Court in Pamol .'ase. ny .ge. AI DIp.tion,
.\Allntn. Nov. s.-~ni e I court cugu th Bo awsDiesti.
h;li ioffiured the enll. uR u ates the Chid sk SMAKE
;. iawllng i and his nllitn. )Sr r th ne Ci ad.MA
Jees, and I eonard r " ll o aRrd. F IIM.D, SM,' k
were, convicted of the ri! ,f Ilet ~ I *l t o, the heNtth rnd life e
CTaroer caeildre by the nV.i A as 0 p.t *aw Ilw wW w w** V I.*
I'nrder r oe decision 111 a"M mE tetaf andever
curt. awlltgs and his t l ,, Mi.e ef IaI-e.t thll O lldre.
ton and J. .1ise, will 1yr h p..- I .
arly for their cri e, and I1 .. w.
lings will serve out hi sst n of life
imprisonment.
A new trial hau been rank T T T O C O .
Ilrner, the e arO. who \\;i ,,,licted l ct &d
of complicity In the killlhi i l 'h two
children of Carter a Ilttle, ... irl.
The cases wea e firt tr,. ':. utl
perlor court of Valdosta. an,! t, I man
Rawlings and his three s' e thm p aseaeral bak l enQ g bualafe a au e,m"as DeFW eM al
Nwi tae faof banks. baket. oort-Uoerat INsfemt W ar
with the nero were onvli of zure. ree ed eo favombl Ise o asari et fn acilee to e I rI
der. Rawligs and his to on ..s, Ml. aO bI ouin tbel Ultod sgoif
ton and Jee. worw ntee nt ir I to han .
whiln Leonardbt Rtwlina \%rms ;jden. nE VgT ISlan Cott in.W a|)l fTT
teneedi to life pristonmen! .....- .. .
The canse was ppelIel the0 11. 0A UL'r m.4L TaW3Zfi le.18.
prem court by Attorner Il : IFUa.
dolph Cooper, of Macon, i'Lt, bltterly
contested the case. FDUTTON
Now Railrmed for Alabama. j-)ED LERS IN-
SwainIbro o.ka Isand Cot.fatalto
River Valley asid Gulf Ra a I coni ID J .e i *. Os.I FOtt
ny ham tied notice of Ita I r .. oratlo-n
with the secretary of sl,,' l' cap Sea Island Cotton Sctd, 11Bagging and Twine. Walrus
Ital stock at present I S sO &teS
the headquarters will be a' rrmy. Ala iatther in Stripa or Side.
It Is proposed to build at rr'"oad from
Otllika, Al to Portland F. &d M manufacturers of the ajiAes I)oig Improved Engl
tante of about two hundr .,,'8. 8ea Island Cotton (Gin, and Sulplies for mue.

Best lomnt on Erth. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, U 8 A
Henry D. Baldwinl turintendent
City WaierWoLT. Bhulll, ri. r G MERCHANT& CO
writes "I hwo tried mansty kinds of G .
liotmenta, but I hare Iai vr reaelved Retailersland Jobblr to
much benefit until I uped Iallard's
Snow Lrniment ior rhe(allilmorn and
pains. I think It the beat I ir ent on
earth.'" ot a tp. d. Jnle and Fay Grocdrie s,
W. Joboteos.
nw as wes--,ldlain, nIin e a FrOlWllzF.M
wallows as ho-be noilr.l build OUTH bIDE 1 QUAIX. I tINESOVILLA. LOkIDA
by sticking together pli.% off pIr Highest aaet pries ptad for Ohiekene. Rim a otbhePr ome.
pared road mud. Meot of luh, material
In obtained from the drying pddle ou A Oomplete stock of Ha1 orn, ame Floor, Bram, Nel. 0 otto a d M Wl
the hgh reads. It Not ml2xil ith 4 any. and Wl e e y the E l ERY aIT m o" the& LOW.
thinI else the tendency of these pelletsa g at *MI uw ls .*
would be to crumble wlirl dry. But - -- -
the swallow tr ibe I spplied wit a
muCtous secretIon wh" *ri It to
gum the partiCles togletbe Tb. awal-
blow' DO"% prom itilet the Ch..AR
blrd es etp is made, are ntrct STRACTRE LT COMPA
ad of t"i mUoUse malttr coly. Al In. '2XL00X0P~z~b4"
,414 swallow, ukwichs hblt Ittle hunt E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
ahrped wast iplaat lie trunks oe fAbste of Title MWad fil flesmatlo furmlahed dial lod Is*
lfty tres, preetlcally makes them of enuay. Our mauaqger has lIjed I"i siM 'T "ae e
dried sallva.- RoroklylI EaIeI. Ika thg Mill wlm titl00.
Ist.. tb.. a km Swle. wHI
The Rev. tlr., Joa'll Irke of the E E V
City teale., Ieadou -,,i, bad a ool
ketib mad, to thoe oafa0t of FIRE, AOLDBWT, bIUROLARY AND INDEMNITY INMURANJI. I,Rep
whbib be smi wit, ,aep paathe, eM a ambd meorwmat Amelsi Od WlaIsh eopmloss.
WVidws and eph uan siU nm t be a REAL TATE AND OIY LOAN.
perted eo rebutet" A h fe o w e-y G 11-- IlO"L a 5'lol
later there weassiother teels for -
the saame obeet. "it tie ," al the
preacher. "bed y will easpt.fe CLY D E LIN E
W battle e W made ret oao wildew
and ormephasm as te a t saet
omade om ta previs oreIaday."

,,e, te 7* with eqli,.pato nt
ntmte bass mad water st, vArN


pdered eess md two or gee ..p
St -rp ritr ommeg ASker nt Mg
eleth, med ftr meaurp pa mbgA b *5
t ea a s mWr t as I 99 a SZG S
the es.- shet bea washed PIPW al --
pass em the IsI eog 0. is'. Jacko swnv le aend New Yosrk,
13. (a"hag ll as) Q aaUCrouu .. oh ue.
go (a waiwy it's mlgbly Se u uILs
S'* = ","" The Vlyde New England and Boouthera Ines
le tlred-Wb7. Vtthes t In D ew Servies hew JACKSVIL0. 301101 mad
Aa a few weesh to ar a (blilag as (7kau rleset both 'us
Uawulrwt ham w,,s s*e ~a to .WZT EE L]'X, "T SI -&ILZ GSl
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FOR AU EARTHLY PONT$

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WHOLESALE 1..: ftOS iy Albany, Asgaoat,all Poits North, XM We"
Of 'All Ro"6110, 1Moeaumpy and OiWrA


~ju pegteeArivng UE luiiT SUL YSY Da5iyn High Sprinip
P&ttuhi'33.Noi. V. -Jfs'. si wuvusd.Da
thetmuee a dr geegtes, to ithe southern Iminmtratiosft Aj gent ~odovro
.*S~d454 le8 thdR quarantifewooven"tMoot Sat sbent eeeseJ~lahi sseseo l ise~aI
rteea fro Nw Or~e~ musqIe Wm PoniTin amato Now Tor rvia A lsaiw
No t#bengthris I M efskOos in
ebimaeae SWmorning. pYour ieai (Iallr 067r ~ uaasosehuh
no sa~~~~o ~the Oe mpe oer nrlepeoaar4 wasa-elayed. He J .ODI*Tce pso(oslt,
=akmfV ie OW Mehe like will be hem. tonight. 'Me Mislsissppi A0 oas~kfre ro prwAdas
~~i..I~I~aat1.. jdelegates with Goversor Virdess" it and AIr fbow-ammK .BYSON i.Pes rv-!se 4
the load ar~e.how 1%0a5m mt neaht e mall ye-IN W Ba SL.L H. ili W.3ko Pa
V les beoau. broad. K. xzMROn 1W. Mup., 01AIG, Gen. Ps. Ag~i.'
NiUeiorth (~fo~aaa sunthis V~m swn k th image.1 0 fuato,50
fel-g at the b, e110i
Is a gt book morning. overnor OfiRail watheCreala49
k a IhaTearepor ed. d" SI U S ep5sS
~YI. ~SUOU5lst~r treain.Cried llasonuih Plas of Listle Roob,l KEYYON E BAkERY3 ____ _
liu. i Wmmpiai Z eHselbyo. Ak, "for the r"liet I got from Bu-po @ If;@gT.______Prop

Ammaraft m& w Cft ou Ante&ngi.. 10 laat myfariu

Ia grdn e omiai Slog woud Dail Daily SAIONSm. Diy al
Psod lbati 6 1 mm hereIha s ffeired.
........ L, AA Aicaopy.. ........ M ...
ap~tm sla rot ike *W ta LsEghhJe P410.hKO K. 11
S.leer 111,w afl A20p eD*..*uk'bA neIsg4to -41 Kiko ....... ........21
thors. a A ibrary... ........ 3 25 ....... ......... 4 201 dt..... ... ....... 12 05 ..
Vao db it ere os f a Bd.emh pm'ofns. ......u Ilsna......100
Il ortt"wilbe br ro t. fLW Own .....t5~k 5SsU~s 5... o . .......... ...........356
an sue Ib* otdiivm Wa, A Ol heLts"aearPai 40, ..... ifn .....10 ...
9iT400.hiso AVOeowbIs .0101ka* ...... 415 .............. Cyri............IO ...
Ieps~lag or. s lleI sepedi5*t ide Use __________ ..........................................................................1..
YOWLeT Pa weftafts ams amMa 4W......s .hot .. .. ... ...
mpo of h00*00 Cariesr. 4It esotHsum $P A. W JIM:4010 Week.B.Wa "b e .....O44D...... ....
Ph m ldsoeyil4 h re ebuilel besr. oWit.igesvess o kb oa ". .. .....I W ......Ysflaba'ssss e.A.L.... 1 2480p. ....
*to I d Ir.L .1010...Ma, 8Repeb .....S4 DL so13 0 128 ...
A" t o ayof"I htob nkli ow ~db11 D N I T~" 1 110o 06 .... i.S......... 40 Ito Io ...
iias hp Iar tht ____.... I 7US ..... 5 LvAMity8 2P91
slay ~nq()n.e1, m d ea tiraly a amoofe*0 bo m -be ..t11 O _ge o Wi ~ 9 ID It 10 PidsPa, 0.T8le4 85amIt46dODoa
SU Kis dost aCore tesanyoneis ami fer. s eloT w ie i e fSlike swe30ree 16ml. .._.._....._.............._....
Iomplo or f kidne rba#7dder 1 dor of$ble. Dt, e gos.sa88U Oct,(.d.&F. 6P18 ...
reda a lid o y br*smas So e al er f"stab tees 11 1140 Y AT LAW "U.. T6HpESR
ba rtrno ayoftos oii kwel~tmleftw nher bof said..mD ~ENTISsumT. ...S &6 9' N LVGYIM&FT...U18 &
tooa do rin.g papefor lo arsthe a thie0aimme Ass h oa -ad oI a .... as., os0. llGa....... 50 ae$0
burgr Voft a mrlTree i me foeel. ........gy j~I& imK ie P u Lth A K Lw P ....
U" lase od soevdetl e ad jaq eITeeor 140 iet.ja

lop from b Idn r ldd oic at s glAas gUO eetlrk of AA.e 6 31109 ULsAremSe

%willsh Wtitpeuion. bd e woo th lof. seusam h ~na 54.SebA
Now___ .M,.. Sabe hi11te L0 111 tsmesd 0ift WN ees
eafe Rai ver anekidnam somwals4 bc,,tfMayS!AOIin
s~m.St~ka epm~sm~ oild Alsose1No4I.astae W aweted. bo.uIonok TIMM am... U Nhg~ 4 A baftan WO
*mrea 01310 an asis a eur. fouS.U- Vile IRaXS
0at lad4it erg a K,06t Ro ft*oea. ViA.I U reA liii I Iofs Wee. vle..90,?~j~~esaI1# l_
wrlseeof eb 12, 130OW1:6 I~a plotto 4! ifi Wong40 fell SUUIU3IJbS5lht
iL.00&f&-.A &led IiNaNUsU Lvedon ..S& I I On10_______Jesu,_Ga_.........._So
kileintAlaftoS." We abe idle ~id Vw UA.hotA. o vdvkol ...B.R SPI A o a
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rtifhiliAt t 90, 4 Ithlo
If~t is bGemy el intlemm' 41AtW t11*16F A .160 01 t bem
Ote$P liuveran kdttyO OMP ai e04 of At 11.t
HOAt Du.Am*W11tA Lw1Ta m 1 q22

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READ 'A. SUN

That ilhut td weekly paper,
printed in Jaakonville and
published everywhere.


A. K. Taylor


Makes the artoons and all the
other pictures.


Claude L'Engle


In pungent edtoril paragraph
looks after the things that
need attention.

WARM, BuGm, FACmNATtULY


That'. the Sun


Syou pay to read this paper you
can read Tr SN too,
WrIT OUT Efrr ExPWRm&


Ask us or write o and


\ Cll tell you kow.

TWO Me bad" U& Ibis hom. e ie S 115
day of JaMW nML uS hMM a it to be
dinedhitby a neomab uedhthe
Prerdde ato e U~j~isaoO sa~3C~d eteead
the Mlp Ot ot ly dme the seMW of
the aoorworMIO
Mayor of the city of Galns""ve
4C6uuaWduaM by
PreddtIs Cy OoaU Cy of 6114l, .
Attea Otto MY 4:
and p Cerflt* f Jiaatfe
(Corpnoae Seal)
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Seakuyineu of Puble WorkaL
(rOaw 0O 00OitY.)
YO em ~ alter qwit Is *eeIwieas
7I w fetD 1 aGm Payabl e mSe t"eChi
Un Onmlof esvNOle.Aa
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KYsallr, IguabUI5 (lndluasti
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North amWest lhSmrith ram

On; ] LBOae toohthroIuh sl.crprs
from 1ids tlo = '~.
Only liineoprsltlrWthroeuh sleep es
from Flkerri& SI ft Loulis A th dlning
oar eorlioe.
P1ne04 disalulftr otteuseini'he% Suth,
Th rough seeriutsloop ro I'I ICAIi f,'.
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*For Informttse as to ?Ripe to all
ag~ Norsk &Ed West, sc-11bsifig rsand
kIlltnofenrmtlem 041l on or write


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MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

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For full Information and sleeper reervationoe ill oa M -ul-
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