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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 14, 1905
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XXn1, NO. 239


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THISDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK
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PRISONS


HfAj SOCIAUSM

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S oldiat Sn ~if~ l~ovr
.verauetai S.BLir


A PEACFUL. REVOLUTION

Sooilalts, Who Are raseo h
Russian Dotrine Awemplieh
PpM ef Wiaing Over to Their
Rfleean Saoldiers.
Nov. 13.-The following
wase reived today from
apan, by a m, aber ao the local
revolMuteary commutte:
ia reception. give to rev.
oilers by the revolution
8,000 soldiers at Hamadera and
ljl1i camps. Red banners bear-
the borts allegiance 'Zemlla L Vo-
(land and liberty; Live Liberty),
'Russlan Mare illase be sung."
e explaUation e this oablegran,
by the local commute here is
ta nParukhle poacetl revolution
beo accoaplished under oondi.
Sever before paralleled. In 1901
Obarl Russel, lRosalm by birth.
a re deat of HawaI, was prCl-
at t e Irt territorial senate.
to Amerlosa became deeply
in pmopi tla t eotolitic
SIdeas. so was alAs y sap-
with ade t feeds td a great
of soealik ltefrt ar by the
in frif'sanf tMM.of wh lk
W. WIbk, and bJ Ward Howe
respectively prn)lw.tsad vi
presldeat by the committee oa the rev.
tUtat-oclalist party aI New York,
bramo of the famous Ralas orlga-
laUtoa. aod by other eilar m soeletis.
44 the fall of Pert Artor al u
vere seat to Japan to spread among
the Russian captives the Ideas of the
party. According to the members of
the local society it hoa succeeded be-
yond all expectations, as shown by
the fact that he has organized under
the banner of socialism nearly all ,,
*te thousands of the Rupian soldiers
taken prisoners by the Japanese dur-
tag the transportation to their bore.
It Is, of course. Inferred toat the Jap-
aaese government must have snction.
ed yesterday's demonstration, or else
It cjuld wot have occurred.


SITUATION IN CZAR'S IMPIRL

SPern of Jw Mano ea Prlsoners
at Klehlneff Revolt.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 11.-MTere Is
verf reason to believe that the fears
4f a massare of Jews toolght at St.
Petersburg and at Moscow are ea.
lounded. The alarming reports look
more like a campaign of the revola-
'tiesary extreme elements to take ad-
'mlagde of the nervousness of the peo.
Ie and the authorities for the purpose
*(f terorizag h both Into aoquleseace
4< Ietr dealdad for a national mllltia
4e Jewiah quarter of St. Petersburg
lba beea heavily Igarded late last
wight.
otwithatandlag the asserares of
,*algtqol, habdru d of Jewe and many
i a edleekta esaety I Altlht All

MiLBad are erowJed. Many rich Jrewi
N-PiMdi their Jewelry aod eser va e
a- e aaks before leIwng.

wrmole, IlevrtL
S04ea. Nev. Il.--Th prbioear tp
q )Jr at xtbin bsnara.. re
is a body l alsht and I4
their tremden. On their r
itfea rofL ed the prters set
to jail. h t M wre hue
the am s4 1 ad a v dteiv
to autileers, of wham twe
weo Ite klle d m t wounded.

Amet a ssm a Atm ts CM
.pmllb Nxw. 1l3- V
mf *e at St-Po

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PAO"all


PICK OF THE HOfRE SHOW.

WIt Be eeon at the New York Exhi-
bitoen at Media Soquare.
New York, Nov. 1l.-Gventeen hun.
dred entries, m ore than last year.
and comprislng the pick of the show
horses throughout the country, has
been reelved tor t uilbition of the na.-
tlonal horse hobw assocatlon which'
will begin at Madisona quare Gar-
den next Monday morning
The greatest lacreaae n entries Is
in the class for harne horses. After
an absence of a yar J. W. H. Moore.
of Chicago. will agala be In evidence.
having 100 entrees. He owns Forest
King. one of Ue champions of the
country. and many valuable blue rib-
hon winners. Besides Bben D., Jor
dan. of Boston. who won about every
thing In sight lut year, again has A
large entry. Reginald Vanderbllt has
a number of estriea as well as Al-
fred D. Vanderbllt. Mrs. John Gher.
kin will also exhibit her many blue
ribbon and cup winners.
The hunter class will be represent.
ed also.
The special classes have filled he,
ter than ever, and the Wardorf Astoria
cup contest will have some of the best
horses that ever competed for It.

ROOT MAY CONTROL CANAL.

The State Department May Take
Charge of This Work.
Washington. Nov. 13.-An echo of
the sugteelon that the Istbmtan canal
should be placed under the state de.
partmont has been heard in a rumor
of a posilblllty that the Insular bu.
read which grew up under the direct
tlik of Secretary Root, when he was
at the head of the war department,
may bt transferred to the state depart
ment.
D4Lcusslon of the matter has not tak.
en any concrete form, but It is one of
'the maMlestons made to relieve the
secretary of war of the heavy respoan
slblllty which now reats upos him nI
administering not only'the alairs of
thet army. but the Philippines, the
PaVsanl canal and other island Inter-
eRs.
It is argued that SecOrtary Root
was familiarly acquainted with the
l'hllpplncs. and thls will enable .iln
to take up the work where It has bteTn
carrle-,. by Secretary Taft. It would
require' le-lislation to bring about the
change as the Injuilar bureau was
Iaglrialed into the war department
whrtn tU' I'billpine government
was passed.

MEXICO'S NEW AMIBA ADOR.


Senor Don Juan de Csaeu Arrives at
Our National Capltal.
Waashlntuno. Nov. 13.--4leor DoI
Juin do ('stln., the newly appol*ted
Me)xiran Aiilisaumador to this coeatry
who arr!-dl in this city yeterJay.
omes 'o 'i lln. i un4try under lie brigh(-
ert currun,.wllrcs lie expressed him
wif as bi r.a highly pi'aed witt all
new p,4It sitc l ;xpke in very apprel.-
atie teTrli ,ioit the cordial reerpUoa
L trndel4 '..1 while la A. Le at, I
which rcty .. topped on his way It
Waabtlng't-n
Just an ho* at a*tou to start in
thl tscuntr) .., ias takler alrk sad
even now hba* o quit. l recovered from
the effRectr f s lllanI H wUll be
ale.bowevr i a.j:'r. I tO the afailr
of the emtA..y sad rtlay will call ao
Smretary rV 6 a:, Ir6ot to die41O with
him the p: so. tr h rest tlormal ell
0o PrMll*-n i KA--.ve:t. oe'welh o
eato e obe r.err to 'he preoiMet bl.
credeUalal

egease V onf0 t l 'ee"Wei41
Itertl. Not I It ar1we Stpb
Von lWeranbr '* of the -O aes
ahbeadssaer ',, 'he tait d tea's. bha
o farr rero"err4 frIi tra operatti
PeOSM perrnsij uep her ar O be
i 9 to o n .e a:a opeea pwaerf
t be hor or Ktag Altmse Sh
IIr the 1'rr, *4 eSerdadbg t
prsm t t' a.u' ,se .o. to
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Wreoh Ner Cartsk. MIaN
-eamp&a TIr. no 1 --A speut
to the %ew.trlriar frOM M (brioi
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GOvreaor 4S IrHas Been Re
quesmd to Parish Troopa.

OOTHAM MAY HAVE TWO MAYORS

It Is stated that Untoes Hearst's Con.
tet Is Settled kfere Jan. 1, New
York City as Ukely to Have Dual
Government,
New York, Nov. 1.-Th, Timies to-
day says that J. Weeale) limi.lc, wiho
writes editorials for Mr IivartI, Illt
4own for Albany last nls it as a lpe.
clal messenger to iove rui HligginU,
to ask tue governor to I ,etit, two ar.
moriei to the atorae of the ballot
boxes whlch are now in *,age war*
houses, guarded by poli, ,aid Hearst
watOhers.
Governor Higgins is al-, to be re-
quested to allow the stml lilitia to
guard the ballot boxes. \r. llarau
prefers such protection to tiat of the
police.
At Hearst's headquartll. nlast night.
it was said that the .li' H:t Laguai
understandd" that the go\- rnor As ex-
presed informally hisa inignnaes to
allow tae armiorie to be uIed as places
for the store of the :allot boxes.
What ais answer will be t', tie request
of the state allitli proins 'l them Is
not known, and the Heast forces ven.
tured no predlotloo.
5
May Have Two Mayors.
New York. Nov. 13.- ahe. llbune
says that William a lits ar r I 1
khe oootest for the s a)rallty h bI~
longed La the courts be.,ind tl at of
anet year, It Is alid. take the oatjof
oioe Ia thea eft hall Tnasmuch as
Mayor MoC elil bhas decided afgiht
his adversiay at e's rv paont. tIis cl,
may have a dual 't.er:llt nunt oln New
eafs day.
Te decision of t lhearst ncn I:)
nlstall their carllldi '- as mayor ca,
Jae. I was rearhed .l sefrda) it WAi
said, but nothing .,1. ofNl arl) nlil
for some days pa '- Mr. Hiisratl'
counsel baa told that one Ita.n
method of having hi I*lfl to the uay-
oralty either cosllrp .! or denald is tur
j1m to take the oah ,o nffies as mayor
aad threat the cont- Into the eourt
The legal pree he valdation of Mr itearert clalip t
the mayoMalty mmI ri 1 ade w thin
the me1t lfteea da)*
The Trtbune was n able to oelrm
the foregoing thr'ife Mr. Heart.

KOMURA ARRIVE AT PIKIN.

MInawter fteekhill Cables This Inter.
matlen to the rDpartMwot.


Washlarrta. It '
ter Rockbill ca!...
Enat tday from I'*,
amras ad arrived a'
It Is madeptuod he
the Clhsnee go ,;:,:
the peam treaty r.
ria. Il areodan '


Nov 13 Milris
t.-. ela.. depart
u mat ar lon K
hat place.
a to take ep with
It (he details of
five to Marnsc
with the term%


el thatlstrumes' r-J. "awag allorwd
a 5 P 51 it ofi ta I is hics a
drP e, trlr f asheburs ,at
aee-ery loss,:. t'wo Is the Ib
am*s w.
lmb( aM124,100, a t1.,ee t toee OW
manast vw'slkv o fe eIrn" "f at
ones geatd &: ns C ailwar a
OVaWseWt le kr; asiaatlagsrw,
Mi ?rpderls k -me IaMatde in
maib kIsit v as"e...4NORMnS b
c ugsu'dpe war saig S.-" eam#
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THREH MEN KILLED IN MELlE.

1an Yelled "Hurrah for Jeff Davis"'
and Started a Small Riot,
#4lagatuak,.W. Va., Nov. 3 .-A
F'iOr r Jeffersoea vtt, uttered by a
IvMka man oa Deaver Creek, on the
XateMOt side ot the river, resuued
Ia a bledy tragedy 'In which three
ea wrr killed and three o nrs were
wmeaded.
There had bpea muohb rlthng af-
ter theb elotlo s a T ay. Um b-
top, a old qp~iatel lsoldler. was
among the men who had become in-
toxicated. Whea he yelled "Hurra. fur
Jeft Davrl" Prater, a younr man in
the crowd, told aStlp tu "ah.. upi or
he would kill him."
lKiocI Beaploy, another Ilntelblcr of
the crowd, tod Etelp to ,ilranilh for
anybto y lie pleased." I':teri' tirtin .1
on Bentley and empltild *! it1'4l it
ahort rantir. all fl te Ihit tukingK cf
tect. Afttr he nad fallen lk'litle'} linot
and killed I'rat r.
Rube1 Mo1~1a a frtenld off I'rac'ttel".
who ha.d shot lIntley after th< Initlr
had fallen. flied u(t 'T'ou antd .lohu
Bowllnta, frli'tldc of I Vtp. alid tihrnt
fled, bit It h,. as hoit and mortally
wounded b) thie Uowllny-e litenloy
died soon af tr the Bshoutlug, aHil Mor-
gan died ltwo, ours later.
During tlit .t4nt Jolhn S8dler, Ielot.|
Ing to the 1'.ter laug. was dtanlger
ously woUadnd. The cowlings were
both hit, balot fatally nurt.
As eleetl lt had caused hard feel.
Ing betwes lteBp mad Prater. The ex.
altd eatMu over the tiedy is nla nse,
and another olala thefactlots is
feared.


Baptiet$ Will Met In Macon.
MNao.* 4 Nov 13.-- aptista In all
the clhurethe of tils denonllation In
tbelrty d~ now ncsaged In active
r r tion fIr the coming of The (Uor.
I (ptists' conventlup, which can
herre Nov. Z., 13 and 24 IDr
Pl. D. ;tedale, of this elty. rscretary
of the obavellops, states that Atlanin
le iw i angll it invite Ibe cove.n
tlon tc t city for the following **-
it hn. fte. will I oiusxads of pe ,
pie bellillg to the Iapt l denomina
tlon hbre durlag the threerolys oif thil
convetllnti! and Ieacrly .Sety Ilaptiit
hunome here win be crowded wt, dt cil
rate*. *th4Oovernro W. J. Nurthl'n,
who has prsl ed at the head 4 the-
lBaptits of the orrganlulatsa for l1ir
past tena ears. wil; again be In I..',
chair Dr. Itals.tale will act a see rt.c
tary again. havilul also breal In hl-
olfce tel years.

eeorgalh Aeo"1tted of Murder.
Albany, (a Noe. 13.-4Oe of the
Ioet Interest!ln murder trials ever
beld In Iaker eounly was eaOcleled
when the ury la the eas of Arthur
SBu tton. charmed with the maurter of
I' A. Ik(sh. aquitted hlim Sutto
hla plr*evionriy been eovtited of (th
er:me and ma arl ed to the opemtlllti
ary for 1i(1 Jut Jpe aee grated s '
iaw frial it appoarliag the jury hat
rrirhei Its verdirt Il r os itrr.aar
manrnr The cr" r was blUterly rfut l
prsldelsf ceamirael beflg employed ..,'
bAvh Il.les Te dead Was wau al
Iestber of of te Iowee pr-.nllt r,t
fant .-i of 'olq4i|t crMInly,, r -l a
Ioo is a eprumaneot B ker outn' nre


iveqg UW "I' C DI"I
N.. Orles meNov 11--rb. aCPN
Inusee'iaae aIte The CAl iai, 0-' of s.c
the I sl d P'it e t Pw lkI-rra at.!
he CoIted States ligh llho's" loes .
MeOSaDO Wi1le0 the W for a 4,r.
Veylg rpedow lMaof.vv '0, 1. OW
Ma bew th16 boardl of w'-:wari
of Ofts 68011gq. Tha nU galIhflil
WI hl6 4 behin rl'm 4 .I reilher
so Pow iam the prW%4 ,*.a,,gper
IO fftie tohe pereset t. *&ast lii i;
evictArl~swy e.'e SO&V4-.l IFccithe
AsIns A .ber'bs4 lr.-'-od 1
'Wirc q ti em of h. (ng

&OMed to e Doo 5t Well.
kvaaaab. frt II IS .
I.eave. masts.- 6 h o aw I 'rlmio
Secn 'hI. Dtv'c~ct ise5 oewLeev e
SIa'e.71e. vi' .a-t'- t-.l q~'e bY a
$ss.5g -Wi-1-1 fI he Mr
k e-a*A. j me beseig
'1".Slt Ast~. 'Jf f**60 Ws shafte
t-ml 0 -ft" WIAM
hIa C w 1 'i'. e' 4 i- 4" p. Re
'- he tod se g ,eP 'sm of r bu


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REPORT OF COTTON


CROP SPITE WORK


Secretary Wilson is Scored By
Secretary Cheatum.

HELPS THE BRAR SPICULATOMr

secretary of Cotton Anociation ays
Agricultural Department is Trying
to "Get EIvn" for the DOicloewfue
Made by Recent Invetigation.


New York, Nov. 13- .ichard t'iaat.
hau., of Atlanta. (Ia., curetary ofu ti
sutilthrn Cotton ansocliluu. IsI iout)I l
by the Herald a ha ving lust night eV
ven'ly critlclsed the report of tal cot
ton crop Issued yesterday from Waa.t
Inglco In which the condition of the
crop Nov I was stated to be 61.8.
Mr. Cheathsam, who II stopping in
this city, .ail autonrl o ter things:
"The ltslt ab4urd piece of spite work
ever attelipted was the (nlsllu of the
crop report Ihilday by Mr. Wilson, the
secretary of agriculture. In this re.
port he announced the '*conlltIon' at
G 1. Now there Is no sane man who
ever saW a cotton stalk who does not
know that on Nov. I and Nov. 10. It Is
not only far beyond the fruiting or
bearing large Ibt la nearly every case
Is entirely void of folisle of every
kind. It has passed far beyond the It.
creasnlg stage. Its con timn. so far
as condltloas are reeoglaed lan re-
porls. Is the ea se aS in Oct. l pro
vioenly. Pr *eeretary Wllson to make
a r,*port oa 'eosidtlon' of Nov I tl to
aslst in the opeltlloo of the bear spe-
ulItlurs to bhsmme down the price of
rutlon.
"I say to Mr Wllson. 'Rhani. shame.
hnharle,' Atn himll anti tne men who as-
slited ir in this attempt at spite
work against lte cotton producers of
the *atilth It Is a fln, l 'lort to 'get
evenn' an.l ilh attempt will r ult in
silre .tlalinit' l re for the department
of agrli'cli' are -t-forP the session of
ihr n'ext 'cutrr'o,. Il fir advanced
Thtur their will *IIe an Inveatigatloa of
lhill 'epiiin niitf ty rngrsir' and an
unrco veritn n oi*'fr' niew roncaaled
by which all i dpr.,iio, imsclosures wil
pal, Into tInliKritncler< I do not for
all Irflrill t Io*lilpt "
aP o lte smi iCt I,.st.tI
The 1 althe llrn (' ci ,n aciseslllo las
Its bultliln otf tI crorI, aMiSe oa OdI.
31 estimated thre c'roli fur 105 at
440fli lp:.** t n'rllrr prodel4Jos
than yest-r!iay lm*, a. of 41.8 woald
romle' _
NINTH ANNUAL CONVSNTtON.


Of the River Itwprsvemoent Aseseelen
Meets IM Chattanasga.
Cci'fraeu i da, Tenn. Nom. IS.-Pree
i0-1c1 lvit"' tie Ilia mourulagewled to
deat. IaI:- chab s&uGal auoveatll" of
'.". ra' toi crte-r Ist5DrlpfuIlm bet AgI.
)goe is(*.' gte'.inS prosetf Mimi Ma
1,4111d Kntea1iy. reseese 1J MU
*Ie,41pl. afilm man ymee fom the far
Sw, .c whipad beet In s alttsdaace at
irmigralloss ad 61 rpasIr se Of
km i 7u The p1r06am Is as so lOw
Wstvmiv so resse behalff of
,-t' y Wayor W I.- Waree w reePe
,-, Pew Vpper iver."' ((lesrga Jea
To Waldo', KasVills. "MIdfle Wnve,"
Io,,a seethe klgu. Of SW&mb MPt
10erg, I,,pwe River "-MADIND mMAt
01W. td of PbellIl. Ala
- Uegre ,l ,fora of the aaceit~os

A4411`940e0-4 tow vl sev' S
pfI~lsli rempoo of, C e memo
rAMl pArli,,ie et '-uerea Deetion
of deIagns..e uit ,resehs the omen In
to o euas ?1cetof oorfavows

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Mor L",-tm' h.*sena4gmresspaaa fro
Weesreo PeertIn lUe

L "AarAee. "11 Now I I %M
grew vode~e.-MM4 o"eeIb.roveet bf
oU"h4ok mthe wifoeu'fthe o w
of Caltmia OrosS weI -lI.- lto eO ld
6hm beets. Sai fi.s"*%4l Lto
Me saso pas. l s *-J&f, 6Yl vlr, 094be
0 1004t0r11 9t80S 4 '1) '1e 10 00 4%
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PW tMA o OVER HOO
Slil .Itle m S Wrt' Lunch and Was
,.by School Boys, When
ao 4 the Matter Up With Fa-
t--gKite Surrendered.
0ioeliity of the Orange Hleghts,
bi0ous, In the Eamt Eod, was the
of a tragedy at a late hour Bat-
Ii Oeven ning whieh cost George Brad-
,Jl n gro, his life, as E. R. B Itsie,
-ydmastoef of the Seaboard Air Line
alllway at Waldo, was compelled to
kill him to save himself, o It is lalleg.
* d. Immediately after the tragedy Mr.
Kie telegraphed Attormey vans Halle
of abhie ey to some to Waldo at ones,
eolfyp himg of the trouble, and stat.'
ag that be ip willing to surrender.
Depetl erlrf J. H. Grager accor-
pad Attorney Halle, and upon their
urriral at Waldo Mr. Kite gave him-
"s up, but Immediately gave bond for
l i appearanee before the grand jury.
From the best information obtaina-
ble, It appears that one day lase week
Kite's little sister, about fourteen years
of ag, who is attending sebool near
Orasge Hellhts, took her dinner to
e tool, a she bad beenao aostomed to
S do reolarly. A bog belonglog to Brad.
la overtoroed the baket and ate the
little girl's looch, when some boy clal.
matooeauht the animal and out its
s.al of. Tbis so enred Bradley, who
amOe upon the esene shortly after-
wards, that he is alleged so have used
" abusive latuase to the liltt girl,
S taitg at the time that If her "big
brother" wasted to take it up he
(Jridley) would give him sil he was
Bl; Lg for.
The girl told her brother of the oa-
ervaeno, but, while he was naturally
grevoked, let the matter drop. He was
' dlaXn la she vle olt of Bradley's home
S alorday afternoon, when he met
' Bradley, who was armed with a -bot
s. Bradley eooosed Mr. Kite, te-
Sfrrigs to the louedea t of a few days
previous, and asked him if he "wasted
Stake it op." at the same time di-
Srestg a vile oath at him n4d rlle.
lag his Iua, as if endeavor.
Sag to bhoot. At this Inalast
Kite, rellallg the gravity of the
itflation and hli danger, raised
his rile, which he carried ia the wag
ol, ad hired three times, ah asho
taking etfet. Bradley expired in.
Ntetly, whi Mr. Kite drove back to
Waldo, telegraphed to Mr. Hall and
earrendered o the offiers.
LECTURE ON MARTIN LUTHER.
Delivered by P. A. Holtshausen at the
Prebyterlan C church, This City.
On Sunday oevnll nextt, the R9e.
1. A. Holtbausen, who was btra at
Wittenberg, Germany, the home of
the grat reformer, will letoure on
Dr. Martin Luther, "The Hero of He-
roe."
Mr. Holtshauoen, having been a ree
dant of Luthor's home until he grew
to maihood, is familiar with the lfe
and work of the man who translated
the Bible, and ha been a preacher of
Ahe -o*pel Io Rngland. Germany,
Swltserland and America. For ey-.
l years he was enaged In condoet*
in ain ltltution at Hloughton, Mieh.,
te0 the ears, doention and training ofl
orphans and n-otlted beOj
The lectre should be well attend*
d as it l freeI only a collection ~lInl
take.


PATTON BUYS PROPERTY.


Secured EIhteen Lots Directly North
of Univerwky Grounds.
derveyor J. W. Patton. whou Ia a
lreat deal of eoonaftn in thr future
of the city, ha purlased front Major
S W. R. Thomas eight n lote iimmdi-
ai ely r or f the L'niverilty gItnds
oa the OunLingham Lne road. These
I ft e ene hundrd fee(t quare and
el e tate in the vicinity of the
UlVeesllip reudi ha take a lively
eput OW # several mosthe U hastn
1-reib d prtl es. The land a Teryn
ta i *l ea belag hlh ando fmse
ftwe mpr marsb. Thlat ,etioml
ofd &the ty i to beeome one
ef greet ilts-a epeeially as a
namese seeta.


UhM LAXATMI UMONO Qeaine
r. 3-- -h V. sws'blsua
mtd


Owe For The Bkw


fta iff~ itl


for Wome ts a bd and
bfck alsot We r,. te
nervous, or
twit ; head dIuLe-tb SIery
fast I then that bear owa efla
amddurs ern e l hero
pone er. Ben dortor ayW0r4
up: lo hve dypelm o70 wi be
l soolm. '
,A*b on't ps a on rigbt"" MAd
hope valshfl ti en oml e ,e brood*
slar morbid, yo evetlaqoaf
Do%% w8. *t -a
Doat wait nti ya a sbrtvea have
dianl t=o ~ With yor nerves
but take l t a Ie
table Compon& Sevheltdidfr
MM. es"a Adams, of 119 1Mth Street


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CAIMESi Ntt CA ING HIS DEATH tose aof e",iwkil and spittin," .i
CAM ANCAUN H AT rning in the ear, bad= e 0
I* .. ... i poor apri tint, mucus dropping back ^o
Before SeMould red. S ad oa feelg o .
it=i thtlti and a feeling of en- '
Row Haippned trda Nht and eral debibUty. Every da the blood
Mar.Wh' Did OutUtktn cI beoMma> es more h1a:vil loaded with
SMade s Es those poio crons, and if the bee
ca6 aNi nS NOeuteen Oap d. trouble is allowed to run on, the lungs o.e iS
Newberry, oQvmfber 12.-Nlwberry bease dimmed from the cohtstnt
A a rotb Nq" sata na; tgtanIz*d PessageoipQsoned blood through thmn, a nd then Catarrh. temfa$i t he
as a rones w_4 . Hay; lolt I = a d fatal of all diseases, Consumption. The onl wlay to get
u a mrelt Wlis ntrs May ree ed id ofM Catarrh permanently is to cleanse the blood, and UB. I the ideal
only a a tir i throt rt whilh remedy for this pu I.oo cleas the
he asmeer bleedio to deah before' stem of all impritea the blood of all
imeotdl aid oeld be abmmeaued. ( arhal matter and 4 ad eaetually
The ma thatl did the mttiang made *oC tchecka the progress of is dalgerotm nd far-
Ile eaespe ad she olleens have So*ss reaching disease. S. 8. kep the bled in
beai able stod out anything of his PURELY VV ETABLE perfect ord so that Catarrhcanotlmla; and
whereab-- 4up_ to tbis mrving-. All se thIs punr, healthy blood goes to *sy nook
partieslleo ed a relro ll doner of the body, the entire system is strengthened iiand i and
partly eoneed are eo. Ithe symptoms all pas away. Bbok with inlfou tion abo oCa a A 4 md-
When You Have a Bed Cold teal advice free. m ,T Wn iv a AIM, 4
You want a remedy that will not l* :- -- i ------ --
only give oulek relief but eofet a. per- I
maaeat asi. Di"uu; Dsdy--- Ah
Yoo ea t a remedy hbat will relief veSITB l TrIod"l i
the luas p ad kees expeetoration eay. SAM=
You eas a remedy that will oon. *
se ros ary ddaeny toward paesomouia s
You went a remedy that is pleasant sZ
and safe to taie. I'1,L
Obasbeu!at3eQough Remedy meetsm t mr*r-
all of thleei ruirements and f r Wt-heg-B- SAW .,--
speedy dl *ormroneot cre or bad I
nlats stands without a peer. F.r sale


Lo iarlleK, I..nale" do IOI Gen- n.ece ole late I.. "
eral Roger_ H Io..B.A. e writes: by l" ldroggi-. Ul T .ayL iis
Diear XK
."I i ahk a 8 A. L. CAFE CARS.
I tr bl 'a nra ei Service Has B en Insugurated Between Ie F, U IN
SLtaS IW as Jaknville and Tampa. ---DEALERS IN
ly Thb Time-Uniuon of she 7th lost.
-contats the following: Sea6 Islan._OL 0ottOr .
i "Att)hed to the Seaboard Air Line
S% tlre bad foraging J ea Island Ootton .e vBag ig and Twine Walrua
sonyille ats10 o'elock yesterday morn- I&n*
wil o gwas o of the handsome parlor Leather m Strps or Sides.
eafe cars, the nrst to be operated on
isht eish thiis season. Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Englm
--- ,hl e tre or h peu EngH I"
"'ThI, nw feature for the pleasure Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
6adsefat of thowe who travel over GAIEVITT O
SHIPMENT oF sroom'rd FA.R ShiI @ AINESVILE, FLORIDA. U 8 A
SHIPMENT oP sroolCK'Td !R ti l i:was added last mason and
S.' pe be a great drawing board.
Spring Park St lock Pam S IRAC & EAL Y.CO P
Made SG Sow Moday. i r season loses. to he op
Park Stock Foram Clonossy. ABSTRACT & REALTY rOMPIIir
Manager ~ilison,* 9 the ue W ae JayCkoailo and TanmpSl.
Park 8took rarm Comaoey, MoYi *Thee it leavh iJa keavilll yesr.
loaded his N HerE = Ii ri ad morning reehe Tampa at 6e:6 (oo. o .Al
cattle. Berkshire A bas A _lo'e; -lmI night will return to O- "
and poultry on he ear and *ok Jacksonville at 8:30 o'lock today. E E. VOYLE, MOR.
left here on;a speelal train li ti. erlpl These oaehes give to this popular Abtreus of Ttle ar S fll WnfrmaOtion fonlahed regarding lada s i >
Iafteoo. rose to Tampa ,he bt heoommida. ount, Or manar has liva i tois ea airtm y years ad
The *o. ,'.e-peolally thqeatle. I, t. lion., equaling thos wshh a.e fur. 5 ahonhly eoerMant with la titles._
treated a gra deal qIlnr.tes and wished the tourist from New York to
many visited the old tenaI.esI this t. i. -r"
blt, here they were 4utrred BO.- '~Te boit department is in the _I il V 0C L B
day. NAmer Colli., e liulng the hands of competest ,hefs and waiters FRB., AOOIDENT,A U~ LAR AND IIDKMNITY rNlRAN., M ep
oflnement of the eatsle foreveral who will servewerotlhng In the eat maot laga o= p amio tAmrlis ad la n'-
bonr, paraded t,,p around the l line while th ars are on roue.. TeATI AND orTT LOA 1.
stret for a few blocks Jet prior to Thi enterprie an o part of the Sem. TL.r. 1a BL~.._a-
taklnl them lo s the re, ad they were ,bsol will be aprreelawed by the tra. I-- ,b o, "r
reaItly admired hy all whoaw them, lingpubi, li. or that part of It which
If the Bpring Park ats h Irao.0 lam sts on tra, elln, in style and with
pndoe notcarry eway the belk of colors, I ITHEUiA C.OUTY IASTRACT M Iu
the lIve stock premiums as Tampa It "S i8 the seems losed lat winter
will not be h an y meas thae saose of then pe h bslna ste n aope i as TADZL D 18
inferiority Pornuateth, where heyr a bee The quote r reliable errvice of every sort lon the line of
No Oase of Pnewnle o seord. tihoroehly renomted. The ear leve. Title tshe land les in she State of Florida, partieusy
We do so knoew ofa d lale lasted Jasllhtilte Tampau lesrdy Al wo
where a sou or col'd resulted is- w "

ly Homer uan d Tardbee take. ea of ea see sperito A h t nd Owners
so do Mnot ake se"a ith Sam an- i as s .- mbh po |aly |. r ....
I-o-n rst cousn mcd pfe. I tbp ome rll th eblsi air tl eehs R
ksown pro operation t al h es i othae *$* te atles soeetic ad She bules ae tene l First National Bank of Galeaincilv. r.?
ow preptio he i io, a o with a eeafor e bs-- adequate to Dutes o.i a e
e tA t etardse overy emThems sleeper eus St Us 1esaeard
a sold. Ash for Foley oney andM
ear and refue any substitute ofled. w ( ae added 1. Seppl
J. W. McCollum & Co. eme e Isdemand ad t0 0 t
"A rME OP SUSPENSION." weer n bad health a snhIlot M PA FI IIIbaIIo s o
/l ^w. ui^mw *" i""m01 d..K.r'ss S i areI ITU UKTlp inIS LIi I II CMiltq
Sep daring the trip. I. the aiwoset TAA, LA. LhI l I


"A Ou of ae.eloni" rto the same th ordiart o -
of a ne0st01u thees omedy which will t m Aseee OueI i s o LO W RATES .
b permeated by pupils of the U ivereea tis LOW RATEsS e W t
alsy Graded and High Sehool as thee g* for etleme Is rlleal a weiol VIA
Auditorium mot wledanday eeag. er mookl. i.s m le s EmitM, lubIfllg aIelag,.
'n ^milo / wlem e nemeebmshnI th_-i oI.l
d th e end are e....eo d omse. .o it ATLAUNTIC CIAST LINE a ma
aa e9joya"le ti. Imheen i gel6I wishes se N.l e -i m. .
This play, which is "rain is nee et Fellow."e -aWers
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0 JURY WAS SELECTED


Deeket One of Haviest in History
f* e Coutyr-ixty-One Cases Be*
Ifa rand Jury, of Which Five Are
Sm*argsd With Murder.
1be lst day of the ireoit eourt of
EZigth Jedicial Oirelit for Ala-
oeetny sonvened Monday, Judge
*. Wills presiding.
S regular veare being exhausted
drrawlg.the grand Jury, the ahriff
(pboat etd to sommoe a ao)tl ve-
of twelve for petit Jury doty for
press woek, sad bth veaire wa
ar ed as follows:
.F. .e0ook, J. R. Eddins, W. o0.
a,J.A. Joe, M. B. Saoo-
8. Mizxon, J. A. Manaing. W.
Carter, B. E. Harman, B. H.
Oraey, T. B. Lewis and W 8. MDow-

The following oivil case were called
op sad disposed of:
SRotehilds Bros. Hat Co. vs. J. W.
Willishu & Bro., assumpalt. Verdlet
for plaintiff, $106.04.
X. Baird & 8o0 vs. I. N. Potnam &
Co., twompels. Verdict for plaintiff,
W. H. uannon, Jr., & Co. v. J. W.
Williuam, asoumpit. Verdict for
plaintiff, $116.48.
The grand ury empanelled for the
Stem s as follows Samuel Elliott
DBaoknaht, foreman; Frank Boals, 8.
r. Wait, J. W. Barnett, A. J. earter,
4. M. DeSha, W. P. Boulware, Wiley
Biue, Heary Parrish, H... Btokes,
XI. D. Phifer, J. N. Beville, J. L.
rawford, 0. V. MeQueen, D. M.
Bryan, 8. L. Crews, F. W. Polk and E.
A. flowers. Mr. Bryan wasi elected
4*o ast lerk. /
State's Attornoy Calhouo stated that
the business before the grand jury at
shi term Is very heavy. There are
alxty-oe eases, ive of which are
*harges of murder. Attorney Cal-
bouon believe that, with It heavy
doeket, five weeks will be required to
4ompleto the lVm of court.
Oourt will oeo* again at s o'eloek
hiab morning.
Attention, K. of P.
The regular weekly meeting of Mt.
Vernon Lodge No. ). Kanihte of Pyth*
*s, will be held this evenin at 8
-o'eloek. Work in rank of Esquire.
Visitinr brothers will rewire a cor-
dial welcome. By order of Chaneel-
lor Oommander.
J. A. RouasRsoN, K. ef R. & S.
Son Lost Mother.


"Coansmption rune in our family.
sad through it I lost my mother,"
write E. B. held of Harmoony, Me.
"For the paes fve years, however, on
the lightat sI et of a ooh or sold, I
have tIake Dr. Xlg's Now Diseovery
far Oa-sempta whieh beas esd ta
trfm sari lung trouble." His motb-
or's deeth was a ad loes for Mr. Rold.
but he learned trha lna trouble mist
so e aeglesteid, sad bw to eour it.
SQa kelt relief and seu for o--A.
Mei ald Prim 10sl sad i *0 u- .


WORAO. Iwm U R
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Ear LoAe a if They Would Drep
Ofr-b y Entirely Coered with
Humor-Three Doctor Could
Not Cue-Child Grew Worw.


CURED BY CUTICURA
IN TWO WEEKS

Mrs. OeoreJ. Steese, of o71 Coburn
St., Aki, Oho, tells in the folltin
letter o of notr Of those remakbl
eurea of tUrtudng, disfiuring t ki
humor ddIB rmdM by Cuticum Soap,
assisted b Cticura Ointmeat,
after anad a ll lse bad
failed: eI lit my duty to partU
of other poor suffrin babk to tell
o A hat Cuticur has done for my
Little daughte, She broke out al
over her bodwith a humor, and we
used e rat~h l F commended, but
without result Icalled in three doc-
tor, they all claimed they could help
her, but she oontaed to grow worn.
Her body was amss of sores, and her
little face w eu a way, her ears
looked a if they would drop of.
Neighbors advised me to getCutlcura
Sop and Oiatmeat, and before I had
ued half of the cake of soap an*
box of olatamet the sores had ll
healed, and my little one's face ad
body was a clear as a new-born babe'.
I would not be without it agai if it
cost ie dollar, astead of eventy-Ave
cents, which is all it cost us to cure
our baby, after spending may dollars
on doctors and medicines without any
benefit whatever."

SLEEP FOR BABIES
Rt for Mother.
SInstant relief and refreshiag sleep
for kin-totr babies, and rest for
tired, fretted other, in wam both
With Cticura So p and gentle anoint-
ins I with Caticura Ointment, the grat
skin cure, and purst of emollients. 4
IL. C'&1aWa. I n lUUm
or lnEdL" S Owcan .

000 FELLOWS' HOME.


A Number of Guests Aready Arrived
For the Winter Season.
The Odd Fellows' Home and Sanl.
tarium has opened for the season and
everpyhing about the grounds lock
very inL restiag.
several eosts are stopping et the
Home. among them bein William and
Guy Thompson of Pittburg, Ps.. san
Mr. ar.d Mrs J. 0. Ryars and son Oiar
tell of Humboldt, Teon.
ThAe are a number of patients in the
hospital department, and they are all
getting along niecrl. Mis Beulah Hall
is ose of the now rined nurmes latIel
arrived at the Home to assist Mis Lee,
the matron and head our-e.
Min L.e, who is now In charge of
the Home, has everythlia sa nat and
tidy aboot the rooms as ose soad ask.
SIs l san eollenst per"o for thm po.
sitlon and tha board Is forneeo In
seuriuX her ervlooe.
The matreo requests The fe to
sate that the boors for ree elegf vlis
Itors at the Home are from to II
a. r. and from 2to p. m.


toe. Trial be The Exact Thing Required for Deo.
stpatleen.
-1R3 "O' "As a e rtain purgative sad stomiab
poriler ChamberWla's uBmee" sld
Uver Tableb a lm to be ihoeese thiea
required, roout enoagh for the mao
1robts, yes mild esooh sad sal ff
----- hlldrea and without abaIu t revI
A gri lplag so eommom to mmI pefg
Ivae," say D. W. teer ACo., UdoeM
*svile Ostsrio. Osads For ale by, sU drl
sville *


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BY FIRE


The Eatir Pldtitg0 Plant
taly Wiped Out.


is To.


ORIGIN OF FIRE IS UNKNOWN

The Day Deml Crat Had Been Pub.
lMhed Sut a Week-Sherwood A
Pound, Ownes Lose Heavily-r-. O,
LaFlntlsee Was Eltor of the Daily.
Live Oak, Nov. It.-At 2 o'clock this
moralag te Oe a of The Daily and
Weekly DenAeaMt wa burned, and the
orliaof thi asesI a mystery. The
flre ompapI responded quickly aad
did good wrk, aonfaing the fire to
the blookh I wohih it originated.
The De-mera ewned one of the best
plants la the se, being valued at
over $1&OO, a4 wa insured for les
tbhm half of that amount. $3,600 worth
of new matlial having jir been in.
called.
The daily, whisk had had only one
*tk's ran, will be is~urd tomorrow
from The Oresaa oflc
The Dally Demoerst, of whieh J. 0
LaFootlsee, uail lately viiy editor of
The Time"Unlon, wasr ti news edi-
tor, gave promise of beii, a splendid
sooecee, Iad the owner full of pluck
mod determinaltio, will ip-ih it to the
front. The W kly De).inoLrat has al.
ways been Sa wIal, ntil o one of the
most prosperous weekly inwspapers
in Florida. It ha bee iin Importaut
feotor Is the progrel of Live Oak and
8u 0 ee eoaty, ad it losi Is felt
by t people generally. It wa In
every pea t a op-to -late paper.
The S a sad Mfrads of Messr. flher.
iood Al Pmlo ad Mr I.lFontiee In
(OsJ..lIotIs Iprm Ithlir regrets at
their ml tetness.
No Poison In harmberlain's Oough
Aermedy.
From Napier (Now Z/aland) Herald a
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
New S ath Wales, Aiarralil. had an'
analysis made of all tlh' Cough mo4d1
ine that were sold in that market.
Out of the entire list they found otly
one that they declared was entirely
free from all polsoats Tll s eoeption
was Ohamberialn's C(oigh Remedy,
made by the Ohamberlati Medeitie
Company, Dee Moie,. Iowa, U. A.
The abeenoe of all nna' (coe make this
ready the safat ard bet tht ean be
had ; ad It is with a feelllg of seourl.
sy that aiy mother ea give it to her
little ones. Chamnrlalo'. Cough kem.
edy Is oepeiellly recommended by its
makers for eou al) eild. croup and
whooping enough 'his remedy a for
sale by all drugei-ts
Death of Mr. Cubbage.
J. H. OubbRag. bloou fifty years of
g*e, and for the I,t ten mnoths aniht
wathmas a t the Kelley mill, near the
waterworks, died Sunday night. and
was buried Nonray. )ee Iaed was a
native of outh ('aroli a, and had B
relatrivs her. It is unde stood that,
be was a widower and leaves a ohild InI


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04 Au.u GuiauI, b .y availing thsmumtIrtes of thin great
That istthe ; fwolmIn a aas money.-maving event now Weing of.
bIoll. Tun ran hseme a sers teed
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l*. A BML3VY............. Aeonte Editor.
OuFP~..; ... city mtwl~r.
~~U1m8 J. 33UI~3t', (i TTasellng Agent..
1KY. ?SWIIY.....aPi. lCoMposin RRoom&

4 OW-t iORTHR BLOCK.
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iMS1o~cw,' published every morning cx-
ait-#bdelltved by carrier in the city, or
SNsMaa prt of the United States, postage
lftiayear; 2.50 six months; l.125 three
@lkortO ceats for five wecckl-trictly In


iy idifag notice in locl column to cents a line
lsertion. adl 5 crul t for each additional
1; ates for display advertlling made known on
appointio,.
The Twice4.Week Sun is an eigLt.iapg, frty.
sOlmsa paper, published every Moaday and
thireday, and contatne all the aews o the
week, local, tate and general, and wilU be
ualed, postage free, to any part of the United
S tate or Canada, for $1.0 a year-in advance.
f A advertitag bills become due rater fArt
SMppeaanceof adverntiment, unle otherwise
tipulated in contract. Partles not known to us
wIn be required to pay for advertising to la
e ~ms Address, THI DAILY BUN,
OAurxavI4a, FLA.

S When pall loans are 15 per sent few
people ail to get them, but renew the
old note at the bank.

IS Lake City had known the Buck.
man bill was to very faulty they would
never have worked so hard for its pas-

Tbe college fratemnilis eold get
op a uew form of inistation. A good
e t would be to stand the eondidate
up and shoot scrap Iron lto him.

If peddlerscan oome onto the 8tate
a ldobln oieel without paying a 11.
S~ na d boma delers are obliged to
fi a lloies*, It is high time some oth.
Slaws should be looked after.

The Loesburl Commeretal oame out
Sit week with a double bshee, giving
u lay important falte reaedrlg that
ise olt. The delightful wether makes
It atlractiv to winter visitors.

STe farnang lands of Alaehua eouaty
Sahold attreer maay people nekill
bo'- ". Florida ha play of of oppor
I' ti llet for ledostrioos people to make
S ood livlg with mall capital.

If some of the pates medilela nes on
Sas m e aleoobol as s claimed by a
tow magsiao, s ud only cost about
tes en at to manufacture, where do
Itey A the iquoor? There must be a
rix mlzp omewhere.

The Bo was the frst paper to mena
i( o Dr. Orill of Palatka for Oovernor,
mad It e m oas for so doing was be-
sa ue the editor felt eoaldent he wa
mlantly Slited ftr the high hoor as
ay r oa In ate State. HeI be shown
his billy and there tl o doubt ot bf l
bhom- y or loyalty to the bet Iarem ts
ofllorida__._

The Jasper News say t tha the
oek man law "wa instigated by the
eI." Thtis a now ad starting
tew of the oae and pute it right up
o Mr. Buckman of Jekmeavllk to
maiUe a eledn brest of it and say it be
ho bee In alliaoe with that disrep-
Ml Mle party to "eome it over" the
peIos of Florida.-Live Oak Daily
Demoorst,.


The S Ipae edition of Th
olla, wloh was iasued Latur
lag. pried on the new pr
wa started for the firt tim
dae, wea a great evut In I
of the newspaper business o
lle, as well as the tate j
Tae letrupolis is certainly
the t(imel newspaper pro
Ie people will all wish it

BIat Oain eilk l ortaian
lag Ih handsomset rm*aid
f e al ty, and dnWl Iehe
mer ba made wonderful
The anw reldew a that
esapled a" those tat
fitla d would be a erodit Ic
Noarh w blsh. Along Re
on of the haidee tho
%tbe tois e a hahby boseo
lemtl, wbile teaoe an Ala
ana may of them model
tee to so doestal fthe
Oa-ine1llie i blditang a
a dl eai l ho abo bigh i
Paula" 411109 lg~


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day ev,.D-
sso whieh
i on that


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indignation %btaeb 6iverandbowes
causo their dee~la plan so eepsmrt es l C 6Jb .. W.3sm Ca


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he history tn Univereilt alSpped.. a cog.-rana- r -- --- ----
SJickw,.I has.. True Democrm t. OF UO GA.7 TS8VIt -ITX
A Fhlri dr _IWL
l, d Beware of Oimtefe atarrh That WI : -- TTHE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
r Ce=tai a"s eOM aN*
gra*,. andl goe o--Lr^B^^^^L peass- k
bua,.lld, A, cmrrrwll arly deny h -.-.lL Cspitll. ....................... $W0,000 00
abudat As meeileary will surely destroy the ___
*eeoe ofl mell ld lempletely derange am I mrpmlu an d Undivded Prolts... so,o00 o
the whole asyes whene*teri g Is
.ly thom. thr plh the e erteell Seaph rW -s e~l l ISOa we---DoSL aIba* -- *TM A Oie a

pas sum.. pr.riipakm Atoo* 4.6TATCIA, Oa.
progre Lane, as the "they will do to -- --
have b o1t folduln. s ~n do.
haveu tei = B. F. JORDAN
0ay 011 l leo0. 0 L a o mmoe ry. a"d
por aftnke. ten tas, stIg tmers N 55a.a"
o"tt I upos n the blo ada s meeS
the"! y. S 13 SIIa.SY
, .avne* taken la 1( INSURANCE
resideem. do. ohso. tby7 hee~ JOO T0e.
ti amoentals fm. e.,
bMaatiaUlly .tSoW by dnrgifrit. Prie Ipr be .
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UOCKMAN BILL TO BE TESTED. KMOs.
Under Obe forioing heading. he Tho ed 1f The ])Poto Newgrayl
Bartow Ooorier.Infdimant has the ol- It ll slt iotsa- i about the Baq
lowing sensible article, which shows asakllIo svy Imrovtomesea In
the twatiment of nine-tenths of the the Ipebl| iehelb; thbt they ,re no
papers in the State: betteli'o throtlgb the e'ffoC of the
"After a plethora nf talk and insini-c ooonty board of ednoation. As The
lions galore on the part of the news- Son oly Isoe one edition a day, and
papers and people of Lake Olty, it The News'di'4lr ls a sort of nomedie
seems ihat they have t last made op ohap, w'are an so re we will find tisl
iheir ,Nmind a ro pnasitut 1ali- It one plies long enough to prove nor
ty of the Uni~ityi aed by the assertions, so- we'll just say "he
lait Legislature. is nation has knows."
teen poetposed'tO i ime s o a I '
adveore deegto, give moet Tamp li very busy getting every.
trouble and la s sto tbe aotbori thll In the beet hape for the State
ties entrusted with taeoution of the Fair, yet they found time on Friday to
law, and why the of the State serve two inojuetione-one to prevent
should have bee a el Ia i1pe aso th theibelipji of1 tbe PaininularlJcor-
long, are qouestios e Oit toan. alsAo add a M Ib Iwhilh
swer. That she ea ever answer them the A. C. L. Railroad was tbe defend.
satisfaotorily we do Dos believe. nt. Injfoapup do met pr6*v. ,rtal,
"Whatever may be ibe doeejeon of however. _
the supreme coors, ne thing is cer-
tain Lake City will be the lower. If If Havana bold develop a few ease
the decision is against her, the great o yellow er is would hlae a do
majority ol tbe peole of( So 8tae will merallrla illeet on the balwens of
continue to rgnrd Ir flmtasted by bte island this winter. Lot us hope
Ssprltr o rgirtfdIl lsappolntmaent for the best sad with the physeioans a
a spirit of spitefl diappoltmen, as their guard is will soon be cheeked.
they regard her now in having insti- __
tuted the sol If es. oher band -
e should be su i l id fi oni' No baseball or football in Jacksone
he should be faestisd td ther* ,IvOille on Sundays, but pool and billiards
versty be finally established there, it will be allowed. The difference is not
would enter upon its earner wor much,only hat there will be fewer
handicapped than ay similar instita* who can enjoy the games.
tion ever was before.
"Lake City.1ntered the contest for A lodge of the Independent Order of
the Univerlity location, and so long an Odd Fellows i to4be instituted at Live
she felt sore of winning, ihe Buekman O k.
bill was all right. Sine. then it bah
been all wrong. We were opposed to
the bill, as were probably a majority A
of the people of the State, boi we can V
see no possible good to eome from Mjonn /
fighting Is it this late date."
By it* operatlpn the Bookman bill
abolished all the colleges in the ate, If we were to assemble all
whieh gives the Board of Control the those who have been cured of
opportunity of selecting a new loo- heart disease by Dr. Miles'
torn. Lake City, when they weri Heart Cure, and who/would
working so hard for the passage of the not Dr. y be in their gensueshasfuld
measure,masta oenot Dr. Miles' beent successful
meters, met have overlooked this
faet. They evidently thought the in perfecting this wonderful
Board of Oontrol would for Lake heart specific, they would pop-
City and not for the beei Ist reter oJ ulatea lar ge city.
the Stae, and did lisetheWhat a remarkable record--
that Gaine ville waso le the b location breathing, thinking, moving
for n the new Universty. monument, composed of human
lives,--that for which every
thREA A other earthly possession is sa
READ ADVERTISEMENTS. rificed
The Miles Medical Co. re-
There is more reason for people to ceve thou d of letters from
road on in aa a pper tyceive thousands of letters from
read adver tisoeanwat a paper than o these people like the following:
read the news items or stories that tea ebte th Dr.
may appear, as personal and other lo. Heaft oU er I r e to
eal IteM only satsfy the earloeity dh d totel on
while there advertisraone met be o be of of VM S = i
flenadisl bernefit.l i (Uone p 1tao of the heart;
tao" tand aionn isa the
The merhltant who has bargainsl for o o brt I i-- that e
the people leots tho know It through wout dom wpaom m
the eolum a of the daill or weekly pa c irc s, m LW li nl
per, thoe afordleg the readers an op- d e Heart Crpure.& e to t
portoolny so ave money by making ord to dire tl -L t
rlt IuLa esUrs *S eurt. l ane
puorhasO of ne*eesary articles for the then I nev ale e a opportunity to
reomlemd this relmles co my trierm
household. Thea b lbargain mis are who he i rot trou: t I I
They Is thf C itact a
made nearly eery week, and as the .,,r, .J W I n
pr ie are often quoted o to ca readi ly P wHFAN.
tell whether they are o advantao to X T-rid T la .
you. Dr. Mle Newt ie e d
Reaerd the adortee ato all the o a Ds
time and many tinamer ou will ind that y i mosIss ey. P
you cin save the pri o yor b I oCo.olrrt. _TlA
serI-ptioo with es bargain. Whel you o
see the ivrtlmea of a merchan t
it aleo meas that he ianvtl you to his
store.
niE HARD.

have applied to the Akttorney-G.oeual ?R "
for permalsloI to us his oelal ma pces
Ia preediage lia the noatlure of 1b ut .
warlra t "tees tihe sonIetN a
oy of thi Beman law." The Auor. s IP* o auose*te.
ueny*onerel gr ted the armeslo ses Clar arh a DI
a mater of rotlne praestl as sUI tue bl es d chmrelo mm
auplilesloas are never, or rL a t, by rssr Og .
tuased. The lawyers evideasly esad tu Ctio teeheatt wO
some fne fees ioae arefll-nured .. ..


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PERMANENTLY CURES



DO NOT DELAY
Untl the an a your system oaduce prsmtanat dalaty. The nbb
blltbinhagmachinery is ma wonderlsystm oftubes adoll& To haveioi
kIth u mA kbe kept In good order. A COLD Isoal darod of no
t@aydtf s wa kw by it proper ae of 'threat lfiama
S iia W th o I a roa character would b buw.
a cold makes ta appz so at oeoo Ballata
wbo wiltl odaionroom Lt
SOH adOUP Require Promt Acton. !SOW
aeppUId t o tha thr and obhet tges wonderful neM, Aho
AdHar 'n dl the violeutperoya
.pSulfg. IT .5 mmTN % .L Uq EDY
POtIVELY CURKE NON0@OUGH AND CROUP.
BEST FOR CHILDREN
I M LAmA. a eolMdtiwf. 'w:--I thaTe e 4Barllar
BbMgow "va "d MW is 5b08T -atalae for 01;: ou ht ad
Seou silrr eamm Iti sat is pi t at s a qulol-y
jS AND SOM Thre Sw, 25c, M c. $L48

Sllrd Snow eLnieert Ceo St. ftuis m

GOLD AMD rO -MMMrDIOD mY
TW. MX. J0:3IsSON, G-3 LLearv.-iLLe.





If You Are Insured.,

In a Company that is Respnsible, Have a Policy Correctly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Lo-es Promptly


You Are Assured
That no serious lo ano overcome you without you have some
refuge.


SFire, life, Acciient andl Bealtb ura.
None but Reliable Compaole Represenuted.


) A. M. CUSHMAN,
SInormation eheerftlly furnialhe. GAINEVILLE, LORIDA



PARTIAL PRICE LIST OP

Whiskies, Win, Beer and MiN .

EXPRESS PIPAID. Balk OB-Jga Freae-e r.al
ru QI. eaMr Ue Qs. eQi& e5Qn Pr Galae.:
uatlan Club a ye .......asi I 4 1o e iOe It I cor t n
NeloC Count Rye-..--. -. a so s T L az
Moeogrm .......... o I M **arS m enos"A
lawe'a "4" iO.... ... s em N a. Con. t ma Isor the mee.
ma Wo Dtl .......... .. 4 o ae n .o m n I W P l snaw Meme:-
aan lbrlmde...... sm... I o oe n l
ApwleBt r .......... .. 0 n s0 M VieoWrt Re. Soeli f sr Meo.a
Roell an ....... ..... IIs i 8 qta.oM
11111df m ......... -.1110 #11 in sat!"T.ye. Mes ef
0 a a P 8T. LOUIS aHM& PDr
"411h e A 1Ca m* o --0106 too r4.to
kMomuft Oori..... i 0 l .. 0 8 *
Nonnf i .. i ..... i. n 4o1 ie *l .. .................... ... i
Is.. .. .............. .
Orl-- .......... *II i> 0 Oo-rl ianip d ..........".... -,." ..... II
ita ot Kl'yr. BDer m I a 0 I p "e r ... .............. lf
Amsrme t AUeowed Oaes A sns e same Ol at. p .it .. .........
P6. Me~eb bs La. a wpeaMloe

w. T. HANNE BROS., ACIuna.
elma. liT. GasE TALO


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1* 1biLY SUN!GAINE SVU1L1 PL1ORI O"E R 14, 1905


IVE DAYS SWIFT SAILING
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BROTHERS'


Begilrnig Wednesday, November 165t, and lasting throkg Monday, November 20t,
we will institute a


ial Sale of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Furniture and All Goods Usu-

ally Kept in a First-Glass Department Store.

Our regular prices on all goods carried in our line are known to Ie under all competitors, and when we
ve a SPECIAL sale we sell many goods at less than our competitors buy them. This special sale we plro-
se to make the Greatest Sailing Days of our existence here inl Gainesville. We are not giving this sale be-
use we are especially "hard up," but to give our customers the privilege of buying goods for less than theo
ve ever been offered in this city before. Our line is complete, our goods are the best, and we guarantee
ery article sold to be just as represented, and cheerfully irefuind the money if you are n ot perfectly satisfied
ith your purchase.


NEW NATURE O OUR GI EAT SA llE IL BE11 AU A IO i AT II Ai. n. SHAn. POWENEDA, Nov. I.'0o)


We have a beautiful line of Twenty Fine Pictures, in large oak and gilt fi
will also offer a small line of Dry Goods at auction to the highest bidder.


rames, under glass fI6xl we will ,ell to the highest bidder.
Don't fail to be on time for the auction.


Pounds BEST GRANULATED SUGAR-Mnly 20 pounds to a customer-for $1.00


Shoes at a Sacrice.
0 pair Men's Tan Bloeher Shoes, regular S2 50 hboes,
we wilil at ahis sale for .... .............. $1 89
) par Men's best $8 80 Shoes, in Tan and Russia Oalf,
we wm i elose at......... . . . . .. 2 89
e loSt Mea's 8boes, regular $8 shoee, we will lose
oot as this sle for ....... .... .. ... .. 2 49
)le lIte $.0 Men's Shoem we will llt......... 1 99
k domen pair Men's Patent Leather Blucher Shose,
ot gonraneed, we loem t .............. ... 1
ee lot Mknem atin Oalf Shoe we elou oat ast. ... 00
mdle' fm-36- pair-reglar 2 shoe, lses 2 to
, W e off r I .................... .. ..... ...... 1 21


Shoes at a Sacrifice.


12 pair Ladles' Liberty Belle Sbhoe sles 2 to 6, w
w ill elo as . . ....... .


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/ Ldies' Dres Goods at Bargain Prices.
One ple-e 4-ineh Rlue-all wool ic
10 pleoa Ladie' Dresw loods, wo-th U and 6oa, at this
a le* .......... . .26
Ooe let worth 40 tible u .* 16.
O doseu piesm Walesaip a tnarlain prices.


Ladles' Dress Goods.


2 pleae* Oren lsoamnel, aII wool, worth 40S, IS thlisale 19
One plec Blask Wosted this sale B
One lot we ofer at ... .. 1k
All *olorgl I nloin reduced.
Ohoeked Olagbarme-brown, blue, gIree, plnk-per Id. a
A flrs-elau Ohwek Homepan t 4 4
Yardwlide Hboolg, ln remasm for ... it
Yard.wide 8botig, good qaillty, full pleo Io
several boltse i Oatin doed as ., .t


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very good Outia at .........
loe, a great value...
A ew specials la Toweling.
6iveom Ia all oolon, worth I


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10o


Iowa. .... - w.. ~6
I Iow pooaIe in Resod artals.
hhla Damaesk at bargain prices.
4" Damask S. _sw--I brsw
IsA hmmkY-Wceebed-Ibr.
"sOift l asno, this lale Tod
ah Damesk. formerly $IA,
w r... ......... ...... . Mk
Osw sLasto ehoo cm & 0Me
le. w wblead amasmo worth
ft a ........ .. 480


White Damask we offer at e3
Skirt edoaed.
SkirU lorwerly iI saIe t 9il M,
and all other 8i i re dod In price.
One lot rmansate bot 10 Per-
ale, rno *IS
Boye' Bolt as red ed prief. We
have soo way Boys' bSt, and we
will lose out esNa l I le at priee
rewardle of amt.
Men's Bol e rede ed pri.em.
one lot odd Sale to emooo ootat bar.
gai prices.


si doses Meno's DrS Ilrts we
will erlwee t iskl ale for 3 3S
Men's be hvyrlbbed Under.
ahbl. regulr 80 goods, thie
sale VSO
LI di' inetelsm VPleao-Llmed
Udrveet. regular vea,.
shI le .2.k.. .e
Landed Shedll. Iague or Clob,
he sale ........ k
LoA^ldM OUs. Lfgee or 0lob.
Wah Bards allt o
Ow ao Mes% Jrrin It
Men's trteehyemsm Iwere I
Velvmte Biadle e


Men''os L Collar, 2 for ... I
Mn's IDaIa Ooa, 2 for ... Io
Mm'e Tim, reelar ) and 2I
TI 10
O lot qet lee IliMr .. ..
O0 los Booe' 2a Hlat ... ISge
0O let Me'os SIIr n Hl ....
Telvo pair Passo weh $1
Twelve pair PaM worth b1 ...711
Twelve pair Pa st worth O 40 .. 1.0
Double Ilaa1be .. ... I


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All. Memn's


O.xford


Shoes at. Aotu l o ost.


remember,


the


Sale


WEDNESDAY


Begins Promptly,

,NOVEMBER 15,


at 8:00 O'clock,

1905.


OUR AUCTION


SALE


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,. F. Buneh of lia shft dard Fersll
i, Oo. left yettdaty for Tampa,
where he will visit the Fair for a few
/4 days.
iMs. OLh,., i. Carter has returned
to ber kbm a Missanopy after a visit
to her stiMe Mn. J. Fleether Hill, In
this stoy.
O, ,. Wolfe of Meridian and 0. W.
e ie a Oicsan, MiU., have arrived in
-l d will spend several week
' ia h e aisk friends.
-" Ves B s le Rile returned to her
be Jaeonville yesterday, after
Ifbph ant visit to her parents, Mr.
n ad Mr. J. G. iloe, North Galaeevllle.
0. A. Perrit, the plumber and tin.
mrr, went to Alahus yesterday, wbTe
S e will be engaged on rooflag for a few
S days. He was aeoompaoled by Willl-
am Blake.
Mr. ad Mrs. A.L. Glas and baby
S bae re arned from low York, where
they have beeo for the pst few week
on a pleasure trip. They report a de.
llghtfel time.
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Blaok of High-
land wore in the llty yesterday. They
were on route from Hague, where Mr.
Blaek has been looking after the naval
toure lterest of Padgett A Black.
8. E. Banknight of Mleanopy, one of
tbe beet men in the county, made The
Son a agreeable all last night. Mr.
Bankuight is foreman of the preenst
grand Jury and his coworkers oould
not have selected a better man.
The Atlantic Oout Line ofers a rate,
Oaleeville to Tamps and return, a-
coont Florida State Fair, of $t.76, tick.
6te on ale from the 1th, gXod to re-
turn after the fair. Train leaves
OslevlUle ats llt p. m., dally. *ee
J. A. 0Godwi, tldokt agent, for par-
9aala.re,
Dr. and Mr. J. L. Kelley and Hon.
T. A. Doke have gone so Tapa. Dr,
Kelley Io superintendent of public lan
etroerton ad Mr. Doke is a member of
s he ehol board, and they wil pay
personal attention to arranging the ed-
oatlonld exhibit of the county at the
late Fair.
A. J. Markham, a stockman of Ro.
moo, Marian county, is In the alty. Mr.
orlbanhas b been eaoaed ln the rale-
ingK be tayl ad shipplg of cattle to
Cabaa markets to the past ten years,
4ulaoI whlb k ta h be bat been qolst
aoeooaful. He bas shpped so far thbl
ear about 1,800 head.
Perry M. Ooleoa has restored from a
bItoae trip to Trenton sad other
points In the Weet End. He states that
the people of Tra ton sad Old Town
will soon be ooaoseted by telephone
with OGineeville, as the iut Florida
Telephone Co. is extending its line
westward from Newberry.
We are In a position to furnish first.
cla*s bean, euke and lettuce hampers,
also eabbaae and eanatioupe era'eo
promptly at reasonable prices, and
gParantee prompt shipment on all
contraete Ship on either A. O. L. or
8. A L. railroads. Williston Meanu
factoring Oo, Willitson, Fla. dawtf
Col. E. 0. F 8sanohee is at home


again, after several weeks pent


in the


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06rf .-DP


Rememubr the leett of Earl Ward
Petaee, Iietror, aotirltner and char-
aeer dellaelo, wbhh will be de-
IHnd In the opera booe on the
evtlail of hurlday. Nov. 16. The
MeOoonell Ubrary Asmeiation ofern
thirty books free o the Unlversity
High Bohool If t eproeeds from this
atraetibasould amount to 00 above
esx e, ad all lovnr of free eduona
o hbq d attend this lecture, which
will be fall of wit, homer and pathos.
Admlisoo will be 80 eents, lehool ohil-
drea feesat. Sea on sale at Aver's.

aboard Parlor Cars.
The Seaboard Air Line operate buf.
fet parlor arn between Waldo and
Tampa on tin leaving Waldo that
consoete with the morning train from
Gaineeville.
Olty Directory For Sale.
We have a number of copies of
Buria' Oty Direetory for sale at The
Son offlo. It is a handy reference
book for business and professional
meon giving the name of residents,
with street and number. Prier, St.

Will Coertmartial Middy.
Washlngton, Nov. 1.-4ecretary
Boaparte today ordered a courtmar
trial for the trial of Midshipman MI
nor Meriwether. Jr.. of te thlrJ-elas
at Anaapolts Naval academy. Io cona
nectloa with the death of Midshipman
Branb. wbih tallewod a fsletc en
counter between the two naval ste
dents.


mountains of North Carollne, and In ...
Atlanta, U.., for his health. Friends l' a ld a h M Iaf
will be ratlHrd to learn that hll Is "-. t-
ral health It greatly improvd, but Id
on returning home he contrasted a Oht Tii
sold wlhich illi ctiioen him to hil
oold sihiito hm to Kidney trouble preye up the mind,
room for a f(w dtys. tdimrcrag isandl renh mmtion; beauty,
AnntiuemPenPt was mard. in The eon ., igor aed cheerful.
of thunday that the barNbrs would U EeM 1soon disappear
raw tile price of shavi.n from tea mtoofwhen wkW a e
out of order ao dis-
cents to flftren cents, whieLeh the l
standard price throughout the roo-* Kkinev trouble hO
try, on D)e3uber 1 There was a e. oi no pt t
error in the date, sitne they have do. / 1n fl a schisd toase
cided to Inaugurate the new proes ua b ora aseed with
*ast Monday. Ith nh intr. .eak keidnyn Itlbe
.M chlrinateotoote. U fthe ureInef
8 L, Roger, r. J. Sik*es and J T. the Bosehr I, whe th child Meaheta
Stlokes ere is $he eily from LaCroste ae when it abshldW e abk toco~atel th
yesterday. Mr. Sikes has lpatlned a peUs. It is ~iet ed with ba.wt-
head for turpeanine dip tarrel. wbheh tinh.doMIendUpMr ft. r s .Lthedi (
culty is kidney tibe, and hue rwAm
operators declare ise Ihe It thing of sphbouM be iakon the tUmtme of
the kind they have ever Iren, as it poe. Ithe tmportaAntera. This mplent
Osoese trt advlate. t over the bad, tijbloe s dee to dlaeasr cO4d tio So
Lforerlj in us. The patenteplee e r the sd rir ad to a
o make a good thing out of this ew Won U cea6meare ai ma s er-
LavatiLo. abl with kdl M ad blidr I trrb
F 0. O et1 of Mieasopy was in the bbho id m i dy .
Th a anloo mhe & imes of
elty yesterday Mr (teaen was for-. j& tHee a dehee. iHisel I
Hort -agaged io the naval .ore by l ul
baelo at that peota. but vorne cnt ai ea ar
18eM h6 lateres to olo A uas Hte o bY 40ip ke
atesed o ritll to reaoe t, o "^- iK IT --^
losgi. his ol4 home, but d6ei4ed stY ao a r
late se isa la Florida, and has etmi=- e siFlpaytka sdal.
6a01 "atend f wB a proUpeoA acs tour mItmial > sahed fre a eS
a Jashese a Holmes counties. WIes i C L inWil. Alwear & .
I. .Ng_ N. T., *I LMA ad s
is c ap. De
Joea L. Deioes M n to e ost y oa a but 1 ld
viet aobbi0 4. MMr. Doea w asD.eim.
h m ie d m ^t swaWGeosgkbgv


14.


DDt


In a traveling poeltion, but reigned sI
aeeept a position as manager of
bommiseary of Venable & Jonea, mat
stores, Sampson Olty. He is w*
played to his new location, and eay
be believe Sampson Oity is the bheaith
let plase in Florida,
Hon. J. T. Wills of Starke and Hfle.
Benj. P. Oalhoon of Palafta, *ireuni
jud ad Bts'e satoerney cf h
Ei th odiklar OiealSt, teeeptiel
are pleaeatly loesed their favor
it resort, tda Brow Booe, darlta
the present rm of the eort, where
they ar re pie g thef fr rends Is
leisure hores, but o bours are few
lone both an quite busy ithb the af-
fairs of bte oa.t
Ameea A tI alton to Oalnevilee
yetwrday was Ool. Tbeo. W. Pits,
formerly of thi d ty bet for the pass
year a renss of Taups, were he is
eaoged nl the real etae bo Mr. Pitte satd that he felt very
maso 6 a~ tbe *06loas p
rets = 10lle t as mue within tbe
past yer, we was, a partial ladoee.
meant for hb so retrsn hero. He l
enjoylag a 'ne boalsles i Tampa,
bower.
O asoouat of the annual meeting
of he Soethern Edoe monl Assoei
nation, whbihuatS at Nashville, Tenn.,
November tS, the Atlntie Ooast
Line Railway has arrayed to sell
tilee* as one irstlas fare plue
twentyEve eents for tbe round trip.
These tibake will be on sale November
Oth and ltlt; final Umit of same
will be NMoember 80bt. For full in-
formnatil or sleeping ear r srvations
ee Atlatec Ooest Line oaents or write
Frank O. Boylltos, Dilrsrie Pasenger
Apal, JakMMsnvle, Florlda.


W, A SAW=wt Qlr' a
We UA o I l
sami .avdsps) Mss LA-
Ibe~L C.., ChaUOn, tmr.


Ored Jury Indlots Phypician.
SDotosn, Nov. 13.-The grand jury
in SauoDk county today reported an in
dictment against Dr. Percy D. Me
eod, who bas been held In connection
with the suit case mystery. The in
dictmeat charges that he was an ae
cessory after the fact to an abortion
whlch resulted in the death o BSusan.
as GOary. McLeod was arraigned in
court and his bonds were Increased
from $SN,00 to Pl.000. In dctment,
alo were returned In the Geary ase
saalnst Louis W. Orawfbrd and Wil
llam 1. Howard, alla Hunt. who an
under arrest In New York in conneo
ion with the affair.


Man's Unreasonableness
Il often as great as woman's. But
Tbho. B. Austin, manager of The Re-
pobHlan of Leavensworth, Ind., was
not unreasonable, shen he refused to
allow the doctors to operate on his
wife for female trouble. "Instead," hbe
ays, "we eooelodd. to try Electric
Bitters. My wife waq thea so siek she
cooud hardly leave ber bed, nd five (6)
phylolane had failed to relieve her.
After takin Elet rio Bitters she was
perfectly cored, and ean now perform
all her hooebhold duties." (Goarao-
ieed by all droaglets. Price 60c.
Off1cia Returns In Ohio.
Cdlumbus. O.. Nov. 13.--Offieal fig
ures' received by the ilspaiter tuxia.
from 76 counties of the state show that
the minor can,ldates of the Repub
ican state ticket have been elected
The counties yet to report show a net
unofficial plurality of 700 for Herrick
and therefore, usless there is some n.
expected change lo these ooumtin,
the Rpubtlcan candidates. except Gov
ror Herriok, are elected. Senator
Dick today continues to refuse to gtve
out osgree and Chairman Garber J
career that the whole Democratic tick.
et la elected wfth the legllsature.

Bkulisrh Liver a Foe to Anbition.
Yeo caanot aeomplieh very much
If oor liver Is lnactive. as yu ftel
doll, your eyes are heavy and light
exertion eahanats you. Orno Laxa-
tive Froit Syrup stimulatrte te liver
and bowels and Lakes cuo feel bright
and alive. OrImAu Lative Fruit
fyrap does not Iaeascte or gripe and
very pleaaanto take. Ortso is more
oelRtive tha pi4h or ordaary eathar-
ltee. Befoe slabetltato. J. W. Me.
Oellom & Qo.
1ig Lier RMu Aground
N*w York. Nov. 12 -The liamburtr
Ajmerclan paseger liner Oraf We
remT while leaving New York has
bor this mortng Ror H amb rg ra
anrouad oa the #a off lRed Hook.
near the bai, the kBokryn doe
at the chsaelo I wau stated at th
oete or the kambrug Amwiaresa le
teday that ~ o W VUme Wm
retingl o a aid belttli. that eke wa
Id ajrd sa& we prebalbly be Sea t
tUd ad wR 91611b1 to 1sa at
Lb tite ao I eaduh1b igt1l.

St uent o esWaru
Heanry D. XMw, apeviotede-t
OCty Watem eis, hlll 0 bar, WVi
weritt "I aes led aneihi1sfetf
M&INesO, bs I 3ke nUeewI nsIred
siobb 0 i I d1 g modSd%
e ow u .1 ad
I- i-- a, v
ggy ag+ ar


421= T2 Wf DUA

d Bofolt, Act fau I to* =-
oN& OPM m o he k* it -
M....docior mm didn't kom wo


Raflwy Nearing Completion.
Washltnton, Nov. 13.-The Tehann
tepec 'Transcontlnental railway, which
the Mexican government has been
building across the country from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, will, according
to information received at the Mexl
can embasiy in this city, be flnlshed
and ready for use at the ol (.'
and ready for use within six months.
The belief in Mexico is that the comr
pletion of this important road meant
that a great deal of freight, which
forneri went by the Panama railroad
will be transported through the Mex
ic&n republic.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and ee that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth.
tan Syrop, for children teething It
soothee the shlld, softens the gums,
allays all pala. eore wind eolle and is
the beet remedy for iarrhoes. Twon.
y.Yflve eant a boutle


GULF HAMMOCK HOTEL,
GULF HRAMOCK, FLA.

Paradise for Hunting and Fishing


Tbin bqe L under new mmaaa-ment and
viii open October li, tMS. tor the winter. Best
saoommodtUom. blue kamiine. Lnotudhs dew.
turboy MdA mallgcme. Zue~emi 33sIn mad
boeat for MooMModatlon of gusmU. Guides
toe bunting aN "blow partte
ot rutes med se ommiaoms addree
NI% LOULA TffhAb imProteavem




1 Miss Tebeau's

Boarding and

Day School
No. a0 Wo nMao.S. .I..
GAINt6VILLL - TLOtrIA
SAIt eeso Opod
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see kYour Hea Clear
Asia ont umaeb free from todige,.
amrome wm be bowl utib your
famoft 04a gm tolw .m-e..&
TW ftrams-tma mauck aa
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a ba I I"m 9 1bmm tb a ve-
%U saw as s no~ broa nag

I m he am hemeqiad med maw l mo
no" =me pamu bkL
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
ftem WI. 37L uIre 0A Prop.




miss It. ltion.


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At Evinlton, Florida, one mile fr:: 'r:
station, on Rook Boad. '42 arer ,
good Hammock Land; all cleared and
in cultivation. 8 areen l bearing ur.
pne tree. All good trmekig land
1.00a dwelling aad other hooses on
the premier. All going at a Barga r,

fEAY, B$2500o.0


w:wds r If. .b the nam oftm givst m 1 "chae ifs"
low maim coa at Mg tuneal. d mo scantier Um tY
Sam ww4n pom s up ddely.. Mw entire change lats thme
or 6 yoM aid it is dw hc d mu* pataM d a niR
u't0b b howe, be mwe by Uadg




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itdft lyraw" the p" n. neumrridtablltmeraLe-
amr iubmes altfg tdinzine, bot and cold fladisweek
am Ind f~b& ow Card mi g hiing you ad* f*l No
"46"ru pakkd"md bod up awg irhh eor the n d yaw e.
dtl drggisIs1.$l00 bott ryL Tryi


OPERA HOUSE



THURSDAY, 1
NOVEMBER 16


Earl Ward Pearce,
Lecturer, Entertainer and Character
Delineator.

Subjeass: "Human Herts and Hu-
man Lives." "My Brother ad I."
The McConnell Library Aseiation
offers O books free to she nlertity
High and Graded School libiy" If net
proceeds from this attraesib amount
to .80. ________
Admission 60o school bildren 20c.
Seats on sale at W. W. Aere.

MRS. G BROW E,

Central Pituk r


Dry Goods, Notion,
Racket Goodi........

Also RENAULT'S FAMOUSBREADS,
CAKE8 and PIES-Fresh
Every Day.

lour Patreaue Sielted.
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S L Rawlins & Co.
SuaocAoru to T. J. MeoRe A Co.
BROKERS.

Seeks, ('ott, Oirai and Prmhria.
Room 7, Ritswoller Buildinl,
112 West Bay Street.
Prtrae Wires to Prirelial Mark~ .o
ter. Pbhae e. 171. '
lefeareLO .ItWRZDA *AM ANDTnUST
00.. JMekamve. IPa

MAX KRAU88.
RepreeaMula

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WHOLESALE SNO S
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DAILY Suits'.- OAINESTM,' F,' 'A. TIBR1.410

tlIE DAILY 8Ul: tAINESV LLE. Fl,ORIDAE:o.UBMBER 14 1905


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ltly CBecrIa TaU Ongsmusnaio Today
RD and Today

L WL iOVE HAR


vp d of 1hiU SpecdeL. ^ S M
Its Valttasd Aedletnal FoodPper-
-i- ties ar Very Ql Realised.
16 .In B rlnlna hhy Color t t Il
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1l Cheeks of the PSe and ltllow.
RaP -- ua" Vthelaval*d.
Provides That, After This In Tonrl p the system of Convalt-
Sae Mullet Shall be Shipped in an Cl ts yL utem.
n NouGu I Worr-tt.
and Floridians Must Eat In Rounding Out Thln. Peake
ce s of C1il4r01
Fish or Nothing. In Building l_ i- tbher ittle Bodies
r th Desirabie Pt and White Flesh. and
In oiy ad 8te ~In DotUin ti deeks with the Pretty
*aters this city and 8ate Cor ad imple tat make Moter
it alol coming to them by the et OGls. on
st., which will be tomorrow.for to a AsltMetei~ea ee Caeed a
preventing the shipping of this Werits a.
we member of the I Iny tribe Triapl Bo tit Fro by Mall
Jtio ffees, and, if this law is W be at c reqae. Write by letter
l wih,it will be lmpoaible to or postl care t
S mallet in the interior for love uirtldS( ClI Pw Stl, c T t.
y.i This will work quoie a hard- 4l Drulait--Tw esie. nd IL
a many who have been aoaueom- - -
feast on mullet regularly, but OBJECT TO PROHIBITION.
teey most eootent themselves
other varieties, If they are com- Brewers Want Preeident To Amend
to eat Sh. New States' Charters.
the past few years, from rp. Washington. Nov. 1. ;'itlsi!en
this pecie of fish, which were Roosrvelt was requested tonay to ue
Sin large numbers on the At. 1is Influence to prevent thte invlrtin
and Gulf oaste, has rapidly di- into the statehood charrsrH of )kli*
ed, with the result that ilst iai homa nad Indian Terrttoricn of a pro
ve become so oarese that tie vision for the absolute p:. ~lnltin l of
tion became alarming. This re- tht- mianifscture and sale of I::toxiC
in the introduction and passage Iug beverages.
bill a the lst sesion of the Leg- he question was prtlc. tafod dir
prIenting the shipment of ng the discussion of the statehood
re preentlogl the shipment of u I r l i.
lt from any po in Florida. measures in oongrevos. ann has i ous
let from any poit in Florida. ed considerable conmmint ;hrouu:lt
Slaw, howTetrrUd not prevent t o r7.
catching of mllet, which will not y appointment a cht cn.
ei residents of seaport towns from sitting of Reprcin ntarve O\ersltreet
ing in the industry far local de- of Indiana, and Albert IJ(ber. of In-
or using the froil of their ia- dlanapolis. a member of the UI'lteld
for their own homes. States Brews' association. called at
e mullet indoetry has been a big the White mose and presented to the 1
for he fish dealers of Galaes- president a petition recin;l numerous
,ii ok this market for several years if incorporated in the organic act crc.
*arketmen are very lnch provok- ating toe new states, should not cX-
la the law, bus will comply with tbe tend to beer and ales. The petition
to a letter and depend upon oth is signed by the 61 members of the
6b to accommodate their cootom- United StatC Brewers' association,
rrepresenting the largest brewing estal. lI
B. Burhans.Tutfis After Four lishments in the country.
B. B.urhans Testhis After Four j
Years. -
SYears. -0 Pirating Foley's Honey end Tar. ,
0. B. Borbans of Oarlisle Center, N. Pi Fo Hony d T d
., writes: "About fouryear ago I Foley & Co., Chlcslo, orllinated d
rot yo stating that I had been en. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung (
rely cored of a severe kidney trouble remedy, and on aecoout of the great
&tinl less than two bttles of Fo. maerl and popularity of Foley's Hoaey
a Kldaey Oore. It entirely stopped and Tar many imisatiom are offered
ebrik dust sediment, and pain and for the enuinol. Theee Wortless iml.
mptoms of kidney dieese disap. stations have similar sounding nasa. ]
I am rlad tosay thi I hare Beware of theo. The eoulo ie ro.
eb had a retora of any of those lay's Honey nad Tar is in a yellow
ptosmedaria the four years tbat peakage. Ask for it and refuse aay
e lapsed and I am evidently eured obstitote. It is the bet remedy for
etay eared, and heartily reeommed ooughs and scold. J. W. MeOollum O
ly s Kidney C~re to anyone saafer- Co.
kidney or bladder trouble." A a C in Bi.
*MOllom a Oo. Andrewe and Companlon *urted. J
___________ n Pranclrco. Nov 11.-By dirc t
JWNLi" O"T *IX YAR&I tlon of public almlnistrator, the re
mains of Milton Franklin Andrewa aad
CIk Makees ftW esMWt and his companion, Nulda Bettle Oilva.
Ab fer Cleassey OeurL will be interreJ tomorrow moraligt I
rWahurgs. Fp, to,". .. Sward G. the Mount Olive cemetery. aft Mateeo
f tI tk exares easapay clerk county. The Ibrial expeaose will
lbe Lt. i stole .00W reeB the be defraye4 by the money left by An
S' ra a sry p ea'a a -eyir i rews when he killed hie compare%
r iaty. md wbaa Uight ad hpmare sad thea committed ameloe whea r. .
b days bter Itmtest atett)m ol reaude by tbe poll ai their apart
a maMtrly, seeteme bl miatr In MoAllister tLret last Mem-
bli JIh I & MatrbtaeuI erlta day nalht.
I o r t two ter of three *-- -

,,-----.---- CASTOR IA F
o -al .e e atnr tea asM oall.

aM bet m was akdx ef -e 3 sa -
aay laalu sepaied: Bearn the .
I m at is a S.e elsau ey t a
ili of Imy plap u .ad
I b a's i- w .
ge e alwae be b t a4d CeanUctor Charg with Murdee.
"w a- god a peit sad lavassah. Ca.. KNe 12.-U L.
a bet g ~eis la o tMre was puet cmalsa S he Lt al.e
I dJt hw ubM la. I the sperior court as o-
m taLe ts mvs. 1*Pe wlh th merde of I-. V. W. WV I u
fte WU w s laa ge5 e *. wIeem he killed tW@ weeks age a


at p -biww s k.iser.


mi -f am beteaymap
- In an *8 4W dtaa. W W- m n

6" %olul smno r L O We weUM
-1W asrnofwear V.ot
so I :O N W GObeva.mbW.geerd b Q
lowgm anuma s M BbV. Uminda of an U10101
198%ps ataum as ky am
bCI YI ~Vrs -l e
so t am ble .daa" 7
now 9q n49umi~ i


- Miners lMar, Kr.o T. '.,r F r-.4rn.
Philla'l,'hl Pa., Nov. 1:' \ slcilal
from harmokla, Pa., to ,12 'P, iigrph
sasi ti;.tt an lucomplrte > ,.:lss of
the Lackawanqa. Schuy: i,' al I e-
high coal distrlcts show. -',o miners
through their delegates to ', I,'nlted
Mine Workers to be held 1, .', hllwgn.
ning Dec. 14, will refuse to ili, bound
after April 1 Inet by a r, n., ai' of thti
award of the anthracite o, ', strike
committee appointed by I'resident
Roosevelt unless the opi !' s In ad.
edition agree to the union 1-i coming a
signatory pary.

Constipatlen.
Health is absolutely impiopible If
eonotlpation 1le present. NMi1y serious
oases of liver and kidney ctllniplain
have sprung from altelrct d c tion. ucoh a deplorable ce"dition is
unneoesary. There is a cnre for It.
Herhine will spedily remil' mnalttre.
C. A. Lindsay, P. M., rllllln, Fla.,
wrise#, Feb. 19, 190: tellingg used
litrhin I Bud it a flnl nm.ld insn for
constpatlon." $0s a tbowtl. bold by
W. M. Johnoan.

Castro's Propeetlen Accepted.
New York. Nbv. 13.- A cable dli.
patch to the Herald frinl (caracas.
Venezuela. says tiat seni iionall reve.
nations In regard to the Pir nci Cable
company are believed to hl\< craus(.lI
France to accept the fin irniposltlon
SW Peasldent Oastro; that k a: mutual
withdrawal of the notes xchanxed
with M. Talgay, Prench chargo 'd'aft
fairest.


Papa Platt Loees Case.
New York, NOv. 13.-1"Th appellate
divisnle of the New Yoik state su.
preme court handed down a decision
dkmslauin a slit brought of John R.
Platt aelast Hannah Dlas a nelgree
to recover M,000 Whlch Platt' a.
rted he bad given to her under o-
relon. TIhe cour tatated in the ddel
sils that it was not made on the m r
Its of the as.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It Is a disastrous ealamity when you
oe Jour health, btwarus irndietliron
nd eondtlpaelon have sappi.d it away.
rompt rellf eant be bad m D Ir. King's
low Life Pills. They buld up your
Ilesulve organs and oure headach ,
issiness, eoll, oleioatlion, ete.
luaraateed at all drug stores; 26.,


auunfQui OIa~.an.


DR. DaVERE B. MOkRIH,

....DENTIST....

IOeOover Mues Eadr. Plbo re rt l

r OARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solleitor in Equity
Real Zetate, Oooveyanerlag ad GO*.
nal Prletil. All blamew pmllll
eded t). O lie s @ ii door to
OilIlklotl LOliO.


FIMDIANAD DAYE.R,
ATO3NKZY AT LAW,


IVlWNMYIU,


VwamUDa.


0" MU eyour city p!Gy It(im
-ow OWd unimproved). -b-I--e
budaa 'aid dbi
~~i~Utr er for UhL SIN&



ATrOIWEY A T-LAW,
SSOUITr IN& (INCIIANCOZ..

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Air Line Railway

.... FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-


ington,


Baltimore, Phila-


delphia New York,

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Now Orleeas

For full information and sleeper preservation call on any a gent Seaboard or
write A. O. MACDONEI., S O. HOYLSTON, Ja.,
AMS. Geueral Passenger Agent, Passeger Agent,
.JAOKSONVII.E., FLORIDA.


CLYDE LINE


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if SIe? nrtoe potto aUsp, f.reh,.

1as e ra help hor I r
3A M matter wJ Mj- .abr i

tt r Mr. Wd Mk, W. A. Moriff of Vie-
S.anopy ere to the eity SBnday on a
f visit to rlasives.
oHt A. E. Smith, a progresive trucker of
f e th Taorms, was truaseting business in
Ga, aiirile yesterday.
Torpetinr l ses, for oa at this of.
There is a quality in Royal S ,,* -. d pr drd.
hCashWmumO b ram s pomnyorder. dail

Baking Powder which pro. ,.0....'B of.tha pie,.a
W-a i- bsio-s- I. t sty *-
motes digestion. This pecu- *e r ill O
Powe *f b o wW Pa good supply o*
liarity of Royal has been *soft .o..= O.ren .,oie.
roftamlot Qlred.
a nd pm.f OW."
s e g, p h h ht sid
noted by physicians, and lo-i.i tl.teryp Il white od
Sblask pot; f (all slightly ourled. As.
ewers .o soon of Bil. Return to E. A.
they accordingly use and o0 70 ..r .. e d..
S, W. .. Larayette of saloouviflle, rep-
recommend it exclusively. -... sitk as Fe edA Prod sd
MIIIots Oompsay of New Orleas, is
workig the trade in blhs eity.
YAL KI~ ,O Nw M o., saw VYW1 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Black of Tamp
Se have returned to their home, after see-
I US OF IT A T. B. Stringfellow of Jasksonvillei l eral week pleasatly spent here with
W IANDIn the eity. Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs. W. J. Oar-
Si Lonh berrlng-a tempting delieay ter.
COUNTY CONDENSED ot r The Foreign Missionary Soelety-rll
SDeputy Nherif O. W. Liviapton of reet t the Methodist choreh this af.
Newberry Is attending sort i this ternoon a $:80. A foil attendance Is
l#tt1n of rGeul Intlmt eath ir requested, as this ls the week of
rebd by Our rto. Iet I11 t lo attmd th great Mle at proer..
SNew Yrk -aket wM a emenes Edward and Murphy Kite, Wm. Til-
ER SOoAL AND rSOCIAL IwtES w ie, soo. P. Morris, J. L. Stribkland
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS W4ed land sad T. K. Godt y formed a party
J. E. $ynesworth of Heynesworbth f Waldoltee who visited Gainlville
What ts Happenedsad What is Golng was a busmiee visitor to the county eeterday.
Sto Happen Teld n hort Pararaphs capital yesterday. Among the visitors to GaOneoville is
o TIht "He Who Rune May Reed" Five-room cottage for rent, fur- L. F. Her v, of Mariann. Mr. Her-
SHhd or ofnranairhe. Apply to J. Hr
n The Sid or nforlshed. Apply to J. rin is a aval stores operator and is
t M. F ew elea. df proepetingl In this section with a view
O et your baked goods at Poornell's Anyone bavlng ity or country prop. go losting.
01y Bakery. erty for sale msa apply to Orr & t een- Whin you want a pleasant physle
Ld, Ie calling cards l latest styles burg. OlGalnesvIlle. F.try Chamberlains Btomahb aod Liver
a let ona osfre. J. P. Henry, lumber mauofletrer Tablets. They are e*y to take oad
Safkted almod peanua, fresh and of Orange Heights, was traneetiog prodoee no ariplag or ouplassut ef.
S 4rip, at Dorsey'. business In this eity yesterday. feet. old by all druggists.
Wroted-A delivery by. Steady C. O. River of Lake City, 9 student Mrs. Joesw. Borts and son. Jesse.
SPhiftbrBrM. of the Universty, wasu he goat of his Jr., ad Mr. A. V. Sadler, left yster-
^ W. A. Btriekland of Paradise wa uncle, Hon. J. M. Rivrn, over sunday. day for aglpS here they will remain
trading in the lty yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Blare and son of dorinl t FnsSti Fair. They will be
NHt batter, Deviled, After.Dinner Asheville, N. 0., arrived In the eity laeou o Mr. sad Mrs. J. Ender
S ad Roquefort cheee as Dorsey'a. Saturday and will spend the winter at fi that city.
Soft coal for ale In any quantity. the Odd Fellows' BHome.
Oainmvill* Gas and Eleetric Power Oo. W. J. Jooes of Sampson City, mem.
Barl Kelley has returned from Wind. her of the firm of Veable & Jones, na.
er, where he spean Sooday with al stom operator, was transaoti n NEW YORK
friends, business In this city yesterday.
The great sale elmeaces Wedaorday R. B. Livingston, manager of the Di.
at w. Be eo bad Nw Y'rk amond Ioe Oompany, has returned Fa
3at* from a business trip to Alashna, where
E. K. Anderson and A. E summers he is ilterested In another lee plant.
Z. K. Anderon and A. K Summor|
of High Sprlngis wre In (iGatesville One of the nobbiest mistrel at-
oyeterday. tractions on the road this eon is Wi
Xalhf.w)ds Famous Minstrels at the Kalbleld', whih will appear as the t
opera hoone Friday night, t1th. lIon'& opera home n the evenimgof riday, e su
fall to see them. 7th ist. No advance in prices. S. -
aur your oat early. thi
H. Y. Li g of Fort White aed L, oue your s. thi.
Wished of Oeals weregistered at the No expesn is spared in the maea. At
arown e ytoure of Bled Ribbon lemon and va- for
Brown lls turuetr They are abaolutely T E *tEeT VAI se
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner and pre ad so hhly con mtred that I "
daught.r. Mi. I)or r.re Tiitlin i only, half the qantity, i required aod -E TO BE NAr it
thb nily from Lake View yesterday the flavor is slmpl pertfe. WE@ T in*l
W. B. Illdon ha returned from a If you +wat to aped an eeanin of aI T E BE i i o
lt to .lold frind,. Hon. John P. rare enjoymrnt and help aloall dosr t
Wall of Putnam lHall. Putnam county. ,nml eausw, atend the leture of A |
A um rry .r..round "blew In" yeer. Earl Ward Pearoe at the opera booms 0 5 LIe
day, 1ith the rrenlt hat the juvernle Thursday niahs. See advrtineomet. i
population wall I, happy for the soit Tiekets mayor had at Averao'. -
tfe dayl. AA'lwr Weber would like the peopte Sti
Rwtrl-l- wivl Ipay ) reward f.lr mentioned aT OalT eevutile Bou of .UI A ye
pl.r,.hen a..i d r(nuv lion of party Novembet Ijb, aod their irIeads, to ial
or par ti, wo mulilat*d my a reiglint come to his hone Io North Oan*
plal.. Jh M ., 'uvilla at 7:i0 p. m. on Thrsday. Nov. COle a IIl 0 per aeir. 8Lp
M|,. Maidl irahaan. a'ter a delglht. l1th. 1901, where mle reitatilons will ACotabr ln. patter pad btr io
futl Psummer l< u iiat \1 glini. Wst bl given sad refrmbaea served dr* ter oe* Irme ~ p ir, and hah
\'ir'usr and Marylaiid, rrtura d to ing the evlta. I t t ll et ac m oes
er hom a thlis..c.y ~S.noay. to ppree te th m. Core um
If you have prejwrtly iid rtl toll READ THIS to "- S r theo.t ome fr'
t wea. Orr a Str'uhbur I If youl want A. tag.


to buy, t would pay you t) e9) p hena' CL&aw nua. Tax J.,Jame~ l 1901. Out plece Brow. Towollig, 01
also, as they have some dsiratiales LI Dr. M. W. Hall. St. Le U. t Dear hevy sad stout,, onlyTo the or
Jl Toruer. Jr the suecetul rep. Dator-s is with pleasure hat I us..feui. B ie ~.
resesutat 'we of Ihe oieie and evily de- mmecad p~a TeamWeetes lew kM. 1.. 0"aee Ossleg,
part ivm ratitthe C( 11, aPP-maaaCorn. aacy &ad blader r nbles04 Me j It"e 194"eM s oyalsd,
paty. Jecks.n fir. e, .stwt m4undy ith dad umyselfh bave kh Sad It ad" e. T "a6111 0Y". DeteS P
hiswl atein thas city 1 P'rI4seed wasderfal rl"Nf from Ino 1)tium S sad -4ne
Ie'pIuItyS114fil E. % "strel. Wyie RALW.RMaST.
Ules aid vhu 1 TV om f WiM \ull. A = MW t WOwDEi l M 'i 'r~?e~
twd. J A B osWh Af T TnUMo avKi rwi ft Ie9 j
rope of P)0114S are saltettteg Wi.. fthemu n ans ees d I" Tim aM ome pu91690Lo by.'m
EM hike attend Ing CiOurt kpI sdbbtooshca
UraiWrl dWI'Var ". rc, the n .oed.1 00. al er wd ceibN aeom_
seutc, will appear at tho opera, h huse ssam& u a be
m aaThkupdy r5veasasig, Nvipber 14. Folt: OIM S as W&
the benelts of II I aarotky flth am 60 4 1WAR d
School e11Wflsanh wn, ,tS
-Lathe Itgod.** A membersiteosellet GuIomega"mM IN NoteO
arti.u I ? Fyam" 'a is toe"4"this- 211 am
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THE CONTAIN
(PFint orner
ess Catinptal Cedr Key Oyster,
viee UxzeeHled. 0

R. S. Bradley ad J. W. May of
aeahoos were among the arrivals in
i eity yesterday. The latter was
mooed o jury duty.
Among tbe promianet attoraneys i
s eitly ae Hoa. Alex 8t. Clair-
nrams of Jouoek ville and R. A. Bur-
d of Otal, who are satedian the
iion of tI eiracuit oourt.
DeWItt Dow, formerly of this eity.
erof High Spriags, bul now rekil-
g In Jackoevill., ii hore on a visit
his brother, W. E. Dow. DeWitt's
merous frinads are glad to see him
rio.
J. L. Martin of Dutto wasu o the
y yesterday. Mr. Martin has a fne
illio wbob he will exhibit at the
age Fair. lad the almal was shipped
terday afternoon as the stoek spec-
via tie Alsatla Cpgat Lie.
!. H. Tute bee retrned from White
risap, whre be wet oa the sad mis-
e of seeaemMyingt remains of
Wife, whodied Sorday. The in-
Rmeet wO tiW d mar White Spriang
d was ateaded by ma y sorrowi
ei of qeAnaA.
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A pbkage eI Davi' Ber Prepa
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