Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 15, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01023
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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)L& XI, NO. 240





b orioan ederastion of Likor
eil. at Pittuburg.


I Gew Prildest of the
hy Will Preild Over Ift DOMMerO
atlinmsa v.eral Importsat Questions
WIU Be Dtoiused.
Pittebo NO. 14.--Old oit y1all was
today whea aamuel Ooaperos
il the aatlou of LAbor to or
Lr the ogMitag the silver an-
of the orgaalatlom. AUl the
ruparesn tlag every state ln
Ma C Onada. Dailald and other
*relg ooountrles were la their soat
Iad all the available mpac outside
l ai Ulted by vialtor. The hall wau
tastedly and eltberatel decorated.
Shortly be ar ithe ooaeatoa was
called to edewr the d6o elate m-
tled about the badqualte ti e

dneWll botoel, aMd headed by a as-
'"ad' of 3&loss"..ma .5.0
ted muieians i PttrurC th
ed through the prinolajl atrtets
the plaoe of meeting.
As President (umpers and second
Preosdent Joha Mttchell entered
*e hall there was prolonged applause.
A lew minutes later President Go-
pnrrapped for order.
Mr. Oompers said the convention
pyrmlied to be Important as well as
lively. He would not take on any
tlportat quelstons likely to come up,
sayia they should not be decided by
Wim Il the meeting. It it held that
rulident Comper Io out for reeleo
t and It s generllty beUeved that
*e will be AuoeerSul. The majority of
the other offloer ar aas casdidatee for

eaa .

they Our Weit ecae tme lrm s
khargN =0 Male Woaras
Phlladelpia Nov. 14-4 peelltar
Utrko went lato efaot today at t
Sirt Maklg estanltlhatat of Tu.U
am ro. &t Aps when I00 girls
to quit worek became the Ara
vrtailly dscharged 300 male a.

at Tuesday about 100 glrls e-
Ipi IS akiag butts holes mad
0h4 e 0 eOwn work because the trm
0s* : kade :for moe pay.
iat ratl th Il idemn It
d the ism sespolded the remalatif
S UatreasO mad the 0 made *me
B wit ithe lmatm that the y
'"ld mtr to woas e tadaclg theu
Mhe i ltal *Io t ro me-

Ills a Mes d t --I wi l
I app euesm M the sris.
Ou sOW the ase betSed NOW the
ft^ l ah- pe *y a t a m ea n tb e l
M *MW VW bW -y wel
mI seat to the soso t s nime,

;0o m Age

XeIY~r. 14.-4M* sumisipe
ftles, aWeau ft go r p mo
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Is 8till n re Leglelativ Commit.
We In New York.
New Yorfk No., 1.--tatemets of
an egntr eow and la~t lmA ehar-
acter are loket tr. sayo the aslb
when Jams rI1M Hyde tak the
witness sta bfore the lflslat.ve
Insurance eemlttoe this week. De-
spte the ntamei of the Hendricks and
ic repolf wa the many dlsclosures
that have'bem ade since B te Bult-
able Imbroglio bei Mr. Hyde li ex.
pected to cee at least one ensation
aI hs t.stUm y.' Johno Hageman.
president of the Metropolltan 1( It ist
boelevt, will take the stand w*en the
committee respwes Its sensions this
mormin. Haley ~rlke will probably
follow Mr. Hageman. Mr. Hyde. I!
was aid yesterday, will begin his test.
meoa tomorrow. As the reeuh of tUd
testimony,, Jacob H. Scbiff may be re-
alled to the stad.
The Dquitable witnesses will Include
likewise, Senator Cohauncey M. Depew.
General Loulas Ftagerald. Elward H.
Harriman. Gee Z Tarbell and George
T. Wilson. It Is said that the commit-
tee will make a formal request to Pres.
Ident McCall. of the New York Life.
that "Judge" Hamilton return to this
countryL ad state this year. Appear
entlY, the committee still l unable to
discover the whereabouts of A. L
Fields and Thomas D. Jordan, the ex.
comptroller of the Equltable.
Mr. Fields at last aoounta In Call.

Admilrstration at Wasiglenn Will
Thooughly Inveetlate.
New York. Nov. 14.-A Tribune dls-
patch from Wasainrton says:
More concern l tfell by the admit
istration regardlnl the general sltus-
tion of affairs l Chlan than oi under-
stood by the American people,
In spite of the aauraneo whlch Bir
Chestungtl Lla Cheng. the Chlneae

aturday nllght tat his gvoanment
and ts subjects were "aturally aoost
favorably Incllned" towards Aserleass
and Secretary Root has deemed It ad-
visable to warn the authorities at Pe-
kin against further propaganda, ieh
a that wtlbh was observed during the
boytt agitation. l Imprea the ae-
tivcs of the southern provIaee la oone
of whleh five Anerle i mlssionarles
were nurdeed some day ago Rear
AlnalnJ Train, commander It chief
of tho Asiatic let. ls eMtloeUt a
strong force la the vicinity of Oatoe.
Hoe cabled the state dopatusit llatr.
day that be had ft Shanlal wth the
battleiatp Oblo and the transprt Oel.
eral AJavia. whia baa martsrl am

A general
era, suchb a
er outbreak
the boycott
isammer, hasI
it has bee
to r!hek It.

upriolg agalast ret.
oeeorred darit theo e
is not apvrbe-ad. Set
movement ~lttlated la
iOtlOI-t. taJUId ta
land sek headway t:
found almost lIpeamhit*

Nathan Given His Fresedo,
BMW&,os, Nov. 14 --MorWo
who was arrmtwed two weeks &so to
day ini Pithurgs in bouaetIM sUt
tho d d", in this ety of Swumam
oSry, 'h. (-(MbrIdg cbrM grlwa
give hisfrop4aft 2 in the muml
court f'itaT 1 i rineU thl" o
tic was tbat tie grandr3 wh0i7 ha WW
ecmit-ierd .11 1 be tb opb goewi set
o( i b # r r ter dea6h, and WWO~
indlet'-d femr prsoesbe"d to 01d a&Y
SLuWget agajs' bbV. sthes WY
anfboesd !a &row I t e trial
peroms Wba bon b" WN
me os.f the iapert5am WNtSuM". I*h
eemuoat charge fad ~ka Sahot NIL
Leed W" quach e Iashe rI l ro ~
a.q. star* $Mm dlleeairsiPn
4i1Secj oD( Pso ~eby low titles
ladhc'.s t e'karltgits y #M
OWsaateor the fa*4 is the dua o
Gwi r r 1IQ~II

DW at mhssty t Vfue
O Mb&leg Ala. Xno. LM-46
so Wqw. d SV y Is ?am
#'SYWe S' er, t, SIdL mNO o th
at4a mea .-rt ltives. 4 OW of
boa reow?"t P i Ife svt Won ola
m bem a eto-,W.ea- 066t al. I r1
of bb "ift. st "1 6bat

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Stok0Ts b| lt ble Qn AO
onuat of tlport


He Has Net Yet Deoled to Come to
Relief of Mney Morket at Present
and Will Oy Doe t To Protect *o.
1-Wm li*^w"


Prineo Louis of Sattenburg Will ni
Quest of Honor.
New York, Nov. 14.--Tbe twenty
lnrt annual exhibition of the Nationa
Honre low association which opnucc
ta M4iiam Square garden today wai
im r Is pol0t of number of entries it
be- aown than any previous show ant
tala of umaAUUl social importance.
With 1,700 etries to be Judged
whik Is more than were shown
lst year, and with the praense ol
Prtneo LAits of Dlttenhurg, Adaira
to the vitlUal Britlh fleet. the greal
bore* ahow was ep9oted to become to
nolbt a igreter social event than ever
Prince Lous lis expected to arrive at

New York. Nio, 14.---lo disclosure e show monlnht after spenaing an
of the detdt In the -aunk rervre hour or more at Cimney icluan. with the
o i ne fraternlilng aalors of the, American
shown is BtarLdaI bank s:,t cement re. and British flets, and In honor of bhi
suited nl a feverlih sitoc* market 'o expected coalng the opening day took
day and Si the early dlallnil t.ere, on an International air.
were delln*ea of trm I to 7 3-4. the Fertoons of lrltish and Asserican col.
latter Delaware, lAalaivna and Welt. ore were In evidence eerywhrre, and
era. A numberof other, i lost I to the box *t' aside for the prilure ansl his
214. Call money wa isileir t(day, party over the main entrance was 1li.
20 per cent being be(,,ri IIo'cloc,, rally dercorated la the colors of the'
At that tim It s rte i ',d that the two natlon:i. Ordinarily, rlday nilant
banks bhd lost 9.88i, to0 thb sub- Is conDlidcronl taoe niot important of
treasury aince last FrhlL.e the we ek fruni a social point of view
but ow1i# to the lnteudeI visit ol
Washlgtas Nov. 14 --ecretary Prince )AxilaS tonMiht It wan eixptoted
haw bhaa nt yet dec'<: to come to that the opelninlg night would witness a
the relief of th emaBy iaiirket, lie au. gathering of sooil leaders and a dia
thorlae the statsmet ,hat he will not pla~ of expenalve clotJiug aiudzble:ry
laterfere aPunt e Oolti,. that bual. rarely before ezcede.l even when m>
eas lterests are likely tI inter. Thus clety is a. much on show as tIhe horses
far so prodeutive bulnitla Interest, Premiumsa aregatiing more than 37.
maaufaoturer, transport l merchant or 900 were offrel for the pick of lile
banker has asked It. iH' wIll not come bores on show. The largest exhib
to the rellt of speculanlon Should Itor sl W. H More, who bhi 101 eu
&ay beuiass concern I1,) denIed do. tries in 45 crlase's.
servd orl4dt at raaslOtlaii ratis, theH ,-
Secretary walts to know the facts. lie REPORT OF ASIATIC CHOLURA.
believes the majority of Nt, w York -
loans are still male at 'i I'elow fl per Health and Marine Hospltal Service
oent. Call money and .,pc '*niilla n long issues Bulletin on Same.
time money, In other words, market W>'slihihgtoli, Nov. I1. --The lBtllle
money, as distingulsti hed fro ciliow. health and niarine hoiopital s-t i'nL:Eo i
es' aeyL, t hilghtr. Itit hull tin this w.rk lisa report on
...- Adiatto cirneaw In S nnrope. The fou
PITROLIUM OUTPUT INCREAltS. lowlng is an exserpt ftrnu Its lIer;li

Territory West of MleIelppi River "The offl~al reports from Ra*I sln up
PucOllus rerteot Amount. rol!te.red by the imperial Uvrnsaill il
lpaitrl nt of bt-all., Iiallrate a renias l:
WaehIngton, sNov l.-Arrccr1liIg l aIle. Increase, in liit nibeTtlir io Prue.i
a reprt lased b' the geological imir I choloer in li thellrlclr Imliidilalte
Toe the total oaniiu of crudl.' ietro ly jiing the ituliailan ersana frut.er
ltel la the I'nlt.l .atel In 0I Oti wa& i. M ,ir. tkrn ey tUe aei ral
111,01,411 barrel% The total valie of al n ra i t bav
all the etroleun c larleted Ithe.,l'-ll ired llect. ann a touesl is obslliterstedl

ed ti 1 1a 114 Is $191,1i7,4i4. i.-'
gala orer the pro retloS of 1903 was
1j4AOlM N barrels In quantity and
d.4?7.416 l I val ftor the fIrlt tine
b the petroleum history the quantity
of oil predueed *t* of the Mlassssppil
river was Ireater tha that produreJ
0at of that river
iw pools Wot drisoovred durlai
14 la T uesa. C la.fona. Kansas. In
dia Territtory ani Oktlboma Terri
Lry i many as elaste were made
to the old Ielda
As tamoae s-t ee. begianlag la
imathe er Kareias i exteadlai
iulthwiltrd ir' aSither lIadia
terrttory na O1 oSaow. Sow ever is@
illte i N an Alty aes ta width
Mr parod to be :*G peduole- al,
petia W id as II'h il *

tIIUela I the I', 'ad @ I Ir a me
rti sof Ter*s T I e tIami ed dseAed
er auia es *i ,e e iry oW attb
Sef toW the we o' 'hI atlJ"* to a e

ASlambi1. OWL w
W Mmp. r''@e- 0-1 056 JS.
40btoimahea$,*a USIs tgo sureme

eastelSe asurdy
Jew" sI Me b S ame'l.-
um ubft V ons VTh
a. tow d~fowe''e~ oi
01W hw .W a fte

mom7. are 4vqso sumwia

r to vor. A W
*WOO@" by the W$*I,~
000000 mre .on% the # t
allow~ 6
Sued e hi- 4'-Ao

very aoon after Ite .stlalie.imeant b)
their prompt and vilorus actolo Is
view of the fact that Cjotra is In
creilag las Rilisla In the Iprlovice ad
losing ll Pr lItula ad a ilola Lad Id
the district which are dratlad by the
VetIula Iad which are tadlpe t water
e00aenlCathk with Pruoals, Coastaa
Titliabe will be aeeoar on the part
of the (ermaa authorItes to prevent
reoafecIti of Pruals. Te ease
with whsle laeooll might b Intrl
duced and the JlllUity of the problem
faoed by the Gnas eas be boeal p
pellatled by I carel etdy of ith mea,
of rsothvellerud Ruessa. (jllca an I
The report a4dds sht the1 l er ma
aitaty iser are dewlag ld .I.t

Olt. r OO Aftor Prinenr.
aNO, NOe. d.. -.perineailear 0(
usM WIlrtI IPnMs. ad *Clef Ia
spetu W aM NM. Watts. W-n to Al
a Mi T..yesterday tearing wi
them lte papr -nseiay for ise *s
raMiu of WiltSa N ileward aad
lants r CILO ard. who are w nar ar
iet Is NWn ork V ty rtarA.4 with
-s i ii Ls* d eaI of *ne* 1iary
se ite eof the it' rse r Iraedy
Tle- e- ta* tr il pI9eeot tj1
-l Ito orw~rmr Itua hisal
Wkn as wtll! &prasbly tart ~ Ow
NOw vr to t he ar' rno 1 rewstaM
W Nus w*!t wa prliwtnr Mv e rww

ThrNe Wg***e te s. fteem JieL
DILao Oi a ow v 16 'lb. t sesoee
W 5teril, Jwas lueL ad its bI I
4dwi. ee* free t i r Terreln i-gr
jAl swse im** oIrag eat agLT WiM
ae i O t-lot erll- triag l I ) I

I M Smil of ing ofOber Se IVo1 h
wrhat eatoi ei. ',er se |

caeWLs Iar ,,a' I irNu kp d og a o
oPea4 lualee s a buV @) aUL
*pw t r, auss east nlIF

6 wavWe was 0** e *
t -d .d-o - .5 .




Pleaded Guilty to Assalting
White Woman wear Atlanta


the Large Crowd Whish Srir'tMiled
the Court House Was Quiet and Of-,
derly and Seemed Satlefied With te
Outcome of Trial.



__ ----~ILIL--




-. "'

Atlanta. Nov II -To the Intense
Surprise of the great 'roAd of Npkt-ta.
tors. the court, aid Solicitor H11. Jimi
Walker, the ntgro arraigned for trial
before Jurgi Rioan Motnday nlorutig
on the choburie of having orimlnally au
saultedl Mrs. G. W. Moore, at lir ng
wood laIt Thursday two woeks ago,
pleaded iillty to the Indictment.
"Perhaps he doesn't understand." re.
marked Sllitlor 111ll after the Indict.
ment had l te read to the priaonar.
"Oh, yet, he loeH.," replled Judge
Van Klpps. of Walker's counsel. "He
has confess d."
Walker himself rlttrates, the coan
ftailon, and after his counsel had ex
planned to the court the effort It had
made In the negro's behalf, and how It
had urgre, bil not to ounfess, having
mpontle out that he would be banned,
and the negro still perstated. Walker
rillera.ld his ronfssolun when he stood
before Judge Roan.
Jlldge oaBs then ,entrnced Walker
in bang ou December I. He spoke of
lte splendid way that the spootators
had restralmed themselves, and bow
quickly justice had been meted out
1'rnughout Walker, or nrir.l showed
no emotion. While seated his bead
lIuni over limply on his shoulder. As
his rounrtl- eplallnel, he wa perfect
ly ,till aii d Ul11 l. Thie ImN or the
Jud;i tlerrlhle words cl a enllntly mde
no I Jilpri>rlon.
rMr r ,rl Mrs %rwre sat through the
trial Mr Moore weas heavily velleJ.
sanid shred kernly the rffeet of the
Itrlir (iordIel ushe ad tie t Ihrough
Nellho r Mr. Moore nor his s om, Lt1
and Julhn, neailo any sort of delnoatra
tiSit T'11,y p, liollntunc'd thbuteloee as
Cleliiestll y i at ilnl

Child Chrlstened Oe Wamlhip.
New York. Nov II -Uttle [aie
Ikestrice, ilaughrr it Dr rad l ra.
John (Chadwick 1f Nint' h Evege, et
the tilatltction fl being *el prtial
the rnt ehrlemtnlng to oOelwr I
Drake. flagship of Prinea LataS M I ,
tenburle li, t lIeatrie Ir ai wweft
old, anti ia cried lustily all uawM
ereous of the ho r oeterrld s her
but In the. rrlrtealingl sa4 the ft
that hr. **i* liven the oieam of te
two rmrr o( the kiag. The etriles,
Ing *so celebrated yestoriay to Oe
tin r'*mn of the lta-14" allim Ipe
of the lsarnord battery. Prthl Lea*
wa tr have stoodd opa oidatiHr bet
his Suuday was so full of sit as
ae4uelate that a the lat oMeI he
ad to declle sad hia oaewala Alben
M4oa. twr godfather ia hiS etead.

Clilms To ol Kineos Her.
Caiilag, Itv. 14--Ja Ord, of thi
14t. elatg1 to be the greet sraodom
do GOa.e IV of lmntaad. aad Ms.
eItarl ka rlts ihrbrt, whou am
rtag wee am o to be valid by papan
which wre epread Iw lnado taes Prt
day. elercdi 4tlo that b we'id talb
l toi elatm a share ml the ae
w*I N t elaiae1,, ee lft I by Kiss
agms ad M ftsbohberlt. Mr. Ord
Mtl-mtse tk m va eleof the estate
at 9U.oo His tate to to of e .ta
he s. i- I esa isl e father. wh,
I the aoie srval"i ad f a o '
ag Gore- sad Nr,. Pltahebert., he
sew to this feUry tos t I0l

Mosse to C lapPet We11t
Moat1o City. N 14. MiAre pre
i5 tIb eaIortate to( a large icar
a( whea fro (e n ied Sates.
rWe agaot a -e due, ar ca m 4.
19 thae for a teg 'fin** ('otges to ad-

- 10 to a o''. ,'W w a b 1e ef
1- b--- i f"- v *'*-4 h* (
al4d a rev nerr.-* '*I, ft isa aso
htba!Ubi b-is kI '.. cosjsttio of p..,
MSU burg.


1' fW


ct *Pam F ,,anh Pans and
Spelfatiokns tb lOotractors.


A my'4 aal listo Represent the
ISerl lit Proceedings--UainesviIie
MBt l st( Postponed to December
h the regular monthly meeting of
,-. 3~el Educational Board of Co -
l l)'1bi^d In this city yesterday consid-
., b but boiness was trausnoted and the
wasi in session nearly all day,
IlhThe Jacksonville Times-Union of
I s day, Nov. 14th.
S The members of the board In attend-
.'anoe were Chairmao N. P. Bryan, l.
wboee offloe the meeting was held; J.
4. Kellum, secretary, A. L. Brown or
Euotli, P. K. Yonge of Pensatola aod
S N. Adams of White Springp.
S Mr. W. A. Edwards of the firm of
Edwards & Waltr, architetes, of Co-
1 lamble, 8. 0., the suoessful bidders on
the plans for the University buildings,
wMs also present at the meeting and i he
Sboad speat eooniderable time confer-
lrag with Mr. Edwards In reward to the
S beel plans for seeuril bids for the
r ertion of the buildings that it bha
S be decided to construct at once.
S It was finally agreed that the firm or
a ieblteeoshould Insert an advertisa-
enat in the daily papers Inviting on-
t eeors to apply to the architects for
plan and speoifiations opon whleh to
sobtalt bids.
Gainesville Meeting Postponed.
The meeting of the board, which had
formerly been agreed upon to be held
Novrmber 24th in Gainesville for the
puIrpose of reviving and oonlsdering
bMd lor the eonstroetion of the build-
t,-1 has been postponed ontil Decem.
nbrllth. On that date the board will
aIet to Gainesville and open bids for
th. oooetroetlo of buildings in ae.
ordae with the plans and speeiflea.
tlme fmrbished the bidder by the ar-

The details of Jost what these plans
a d speIlflestlons bold eoait of took
f soolierable time, and it swa after
d 4hiit m alght when the meeting ad.
j tesd. Mr. Edwards left at one for
Oslmbila and will have the advertise-
eSa prepared and lmerted in The
Times-Ualoa Ia a day or two.
All Insttutions Doing Nicely.
s eretary Kellam read reports from
the vrioae institutions over whoih the
board has jurletinou and thes re.
S pors bowed that each of the edoea-
u Isol ietitutlons was progrleein
S amet steiUfatorlally and that the at.
tidaaee was quite large. The reports
Very satisfaotory to the members
of the board.
sard Will Answer Quo Warranto.
One matter that was take up and
dieoseed at great leagh was that of
the quo warreato proeedlng lanstitot-
ed la the Spreme Ooert to require the
Beard of t larol to how by what ao.
thortty t'he members of the board exz
*eeli the right as oflelali of such
A this Is a move to met the oonetl
to tallty of the Boomana bill, under
wheh the Board of Coatrol was cre-
aed aad all the existing State eduea
tional netitutions were abolished, tha
Botrd of Coatrol has decided to de-
led thae ait. The Attorney.Ooaeral,
Be. Willlam H. KIIls, will rnpr*eeas
the boad and will probably be assist-
ed by one or more attorneys eeleeted
by the board for that purpose.
Te writ of quo warrant isued outi
( ILe aSpreme Court Is made return.
able Ionavmbr 28. and on that data,
sevnel members of the hoard will ap-

S per personally before the lSuprrtu
00 llr with their oounwl.
While all dtb memrnbe of the Nadrd
app ear to be eoadient that the lIlek-
masa bill o rating the Roard of Cton.
Wl will be held to be coanstiati, nal,
a 1 a an anooed that the pr .Ceediull
-lM db brought at this late day.
" J ats the board was about redy r i
*ade v ee for bide for the eretion o
rs feel the building for the State
"al Ugtt ,
S Is is armed that the uaeertainty of
bM -mmer ay hare a taedeasy to In
eeae bioden for the eoo m terio of
Afteep dla ta e h a(e tirt day die.
eaeiag M e sb tn am the above the
meeting adjered atil beember II.
ete a e will be Mld a Galae.
'U's. _,, t .
A Qareneed e P r Par s.
leek beta
ms*y itf PAND OmTMT
rarnta*14&eS. &M.



If all the treatments for
consumption were put in
book form it would, make a
pretty big library. Bt after
all there has been little im-
provement over the old treat-
ment of rest, fresh air, sun-
shine, plain, wholesome
food and Scott's Emulsion.
The latter supplies nourish.
ment that cannot be secured
in any other way, and after
all, nourishment is what the
consumptive needs first.
A gain in weight, however
slight, is a long step toward
improvement. If there is the
least thing to build on Scott's
Emulsion will enable the pa.
tient to make that gain. Peo-
ple have gained a pound in
weight from a bottle of Scott's
.Emulsion-it's an exception
when they don't.
We have seen Scott's
Emulsion take hold of a pa-
tient and bring about a
change for the better inside
of a week. It always helps
even the most stubborn cases.
ICOTr a OWNI, 4o Peal street, New York.

Venezuelan Official Tried to Hold Up
Asphalt Company.
New York, Nov. 14.-Allegatlons that
hibh officials In the Venezuelan gov-
ernment deliberately attempted to ex-
tort from the company the aum of
1400,000 are made in a statement giv-
on out by the Bermudes asphalt oom-
'pany in reference to the suit brought
by the Yeneruelam government for
111000,000 damages for aiding In the
Matoa rebellion.
The means used by these officials
aoordtng to the allegation, Included
blackmal, conflsoatloa of the compa.
ny'a property, the mamrfacture of falr
testimony and the making of decrees
without read to law.
'Ie alleations made In the state,
meat are bed upon letters wkirc, it
is declared, were received from A. H.
Corner, now received, holding the corn.
pany's property for the Venezuelan gov-
pany's agent at Claroms, and the report
of Oolonel Victor M. Baokus, who wua
sent to Venezuela ln 1900 as an Inde.
pendent agent by the asphalt company.

Man's Unreaonableness

Is often aS great as woman's. But
Those. 8. Austle, manager of The Re.
publican of Lavensworth, Ind., was
not unr'asoeable, when he refused to
allow the doetor to operate on his
wife for female trouble. "lalsoed," be
says, "we eonclded to try Eleetrie
bitter. My wife was theu so siek she
eould hardly leave her bed, and five (6)
physlelane had failed to relieve her.
After taking Eleetrie Bitter* ebe wa
perfectly ured, and eaa ow perform
all her household datlve." GOran-
teed by all druogstts. Prie 0eo.
Setter Pretetlen for sBirmingham.
Birmlinham. Ala. Nbv. 14.--As a re
ailt of the recent disastrous fre whiOb
destroyed the Moore A Handley build
lag and other property to the totaW al
uatlon of about $u50.00, there ha
beoa another awakenlag here of the
crusade In favor of better Bre protest
tion. New ire apparatus Is beIla
purchae..d now. and there will ortly
he a lare additional supply of bose
fittings. etc. Thruh a coutrlet *M
some months sonre with Southeealter
Taritf aciation. he city Is obliged te
acquitr addtiemal equlpmeat la o"a
Old*rehle quantitles or to be reduced
Is ra ng again.

SaI Men Arrested for Mueder.
Ol.veland. Ohio. Nov. 14.-Stx ae
bavfe twr take lato easeody by the
pnOcI Ito coaaetlon wth the msran
of MW Ie va" Meyer. who W aebt aad
almost instantly kWlled Ir an euhe
uasssai while the girl Wr walkit
wlth her over awar the ltr tte late

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Suigglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very mueh
if your liver is loetve, as you feel
doll, your eye are heavy and slight
exertlio ehsauta syoe. Orino Laxs.
tive Freit Syrup stlmalatte he liver
and bowels aad aakee you feel bright
and active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
dyrup does not auseete or gripe sad
very pleaast to take. Orilo is more
*eletive than plsll orodimary eathar-
ties. efue subetsltste. J. W. Me-
Oollm A 0o.
PFIe4a Cy Wine iltn
WaahlngSto. Nov. 14.-- a eptalee
by Juutlee Helms the urme eart
of the UIated Rates tsay a ime
te de e t derhe la tLmo em~t ae
the Sate of Portdea tse eroe eS ie
Tahmu Wasewote sempam11 i6,
the et of s mB eam m e at
oAo b" asi ^ Wp *- la -1a10
So Y to N I*beOlN weVO. Jam"

fitbill"am06il Ml
ThM Am m DhW
uBee the

C arl Train IORM Man.
emcatepd to as a1We4s e
- do at t0 d Mr WiulA
I N. G. wu mi amil 0 atf

Imt Igtl Al ADof 4M anarNsdi U 4am
ane bvM ioa the chaig.of sqmpk.~esiOM NM l-V &Mlftg
A r.)eld suiter Is kammg those ma m "a -1m"mt
anv atte .
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Cause of


Ys~mileekwejCI la sedhenI
of ww w UMAeelboeu*. Uhi*meAm
is daly acismof .1 the b, -, I I
- wses-pan-1AIi Oibeet
- bo% buank al a-s%""
~-~ ~bnm -am $PML

A L- & & A L UWI D-I

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a .N-

NmIs yTKM.rYv iOL&
AEA .e, o'w
A Lirsit~ Y'i t in t ti e lst tata
moMIe4. 1 4 taanaral, aod*lP
to-wi. O wVlU man and 67 aat e

uIrmIra0o. s$dth inoeI
a a fcte girteda sortl tbfre
Ike w euo at ;um' rm park
a aveib wL. ., will be continued
ext reak. .
Preio 4a er, of the University
at c ble i to leave his sick
room toodar t a erst time staft Oct
1. wM eb.*teag less pain than
usOal t rri4 1 Tthat he felt better
than or lueay
ite : A o'afnd for the relief,ol
thbe Jyous tin Russia based on
iai made by the national
al remin ale a up to this morning
l ethed rt A$200,00o. It is hoped
t rmn w.ea o.
The b tsaqhlGp o raf Waldereee,
which west agroond near New York
Saturday, wa Soated shortly before
o'eieok this malrpitX. After beina float
ed the raf Waldersee proceeded Im.
mediatetb to ier dock to reload.
aersd general Robert J. Wine, of
Averpool, will sail for New York oe
1ov. 1M da the steamer Oceaote, and
will proceed to Watingts to toeatiy
in toh lgaeJ pomrsse laI rowin out
of the tinventa of 4 tke prtoeae

0. S. Brhans Tertifs After Four
0. B. Buraoss of Orli le Conter, N.
Y., writes: "About four yeas ago I
wrote you stating that I had beem en.
tirelf eared of a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles of Fo.
ley's Kidney Core. It entirely slopped
the briek duat sediment, sad pain and
symptoms of kidney disease disap-
peered. I am glad to say that I have
ever bad a return of any of those
symptom during the four years that
have elapsed and I am evidently ared
to stay eared, and heartily rooommead
Foley's Kidaey Oure to anyone affer-
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
J. W. Mecollom & Co.
Looking to Muncipal Ownership.
Chicago, Nov. 14.--Mayor Dunna will

pal ownerhip of the troet car Ilneq.
Three messages which the mayor be$
submitted on former ocaslonI have
been put aside for the council and the
mayor will now present a plan for the
acquirement of the street oar lines dif.
farent frem anytMag he haa offered
heretofbre. He will aw the eawuance
etertlfleatse to an amount not ex.
feeding $100.060000 for the purpose of
puraeing and reconoatructing the ex
feting lines or for the building' and
equipment of a new and complete ye.
tea of street railways.


Island P"IQ Rarring and Twine
Leather in m rt or Side&


Manufacturer or the James Doig Improved English
e8 Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Sune.


AbnestM of Tile mad fI iatomation furnithed rgm edia land, 1b thib
dmtyr. Our mamer has lived in this oun tity yean sad
it thoroughly everant with land titll.

-E.. E-. -VO0-LE. ,
mtln f *ombr of proaint Anleau and Enlh e omupanis
Cane. cr1le a u JB'Lorida


The question
of Title the
fnrt eonsid-
eration for
the investor.

Renders reliable serrviee of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alehoa county:

8PECIALTIESs Abdtreta of Titlsl Tax Sale Searches;
Agent fmr NonaReadet Laud Owaers; Plat of CaaaUtes,
Twns, Ete.
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Referenoes: Firt National Bank of Gainevillle. H. F.
Dotton A Co., Bankers.




Retailer ad Jobben s

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Highest market pri paid for Ohiakens g and other Pa.

A Oomplertok ofk Ha OMn, Oats, .o Bura, Meal,M Oetan 8omd Me3 t
mmd te. We te e tU VIY BEST' 90odi a tie LOW.
%-T IWeOg. a=" atM IBVetlL alwas.

mI*bli4 CId4 1878

. F. DTTTON& C00.


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Galneslle Gulf Railway Company

Ee10lkI Ia Ms s !epembe.r 2, 1806.

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dinWrm ay Continue to Ship
XIlbt Until November 20.



Look Upon the Law as an Impo-
aitio, Not Upon Them, but Upon the
hilm Industry of Florida-Will Re-
eive Mullet From Georgia.
SAaeoding to letters received by the
tmea here from fishb dlers la
iKy, the great Gulf Ilh teter,
learned that the law prohlbitial
bshipmet of mullet, paued by the
Legislature, and whbih should
l gone Into ffele today, ive days
has been grand, ad that deal.
e my ooetinae to receive and di-
of mullet up to and Including the
A prominent marketman stated
ay that he considered the law a
very poor ne and disorimlnating
afloat the Florida fishermen in com-
peliton with the fish dealers of Geor.
gia. Mullet are as plentiful in the wa-
Sos of GeorgIa as la Florida and deal*
*as meay eore fio mullet from Brane-
wiek and Savannah in almost as quick
time, and with only a little increase in
o0t of transportation. "We are going
to have mullet if It is possible to get
them, and I am sure it 1d," be remark.
ed, "for the Georgia fishermen will be
glad to supply us. I consider the law
more of a detriment to the Florida
&hbermen than to the dealern"
Two Popular Young People of Alachua
United in Wedlock.

Mr. J. Ellis and Mia Trixzi Rives
were united in marriage in the Metho.
41dtehuroh at Alaseha last Sunday,
Nov. 13th, at noon. Rev. M. F. Mason
osleating. The huarh was filed to
overflowing by friends of the bride and
gaom, large number of loviatiloas
havlan been Islaed. The bride is the
daughter of Hon. and Mrs. W. C. Rivre
-W Alaahua and was reared lt that
oeIlhborhoud. She is noted for her
-amiable, sweet disposition and Dam-
ben her friends by the hundreds,
while the groom is a on of Rev. V. H.
illU ad was for mary years oe of the
most popular and effleeat teahenr in
the county. Receb ly, however, he ae-
*epted a lucrative and responsible po-
sition with Hon. Frank Adams of Jas-
per, where they will make their home.
The bride was the recipient of many
handsome sad costly present as tok-
eas of friendship.
The 8un joina the nomarous friends
of the happb couple in wishing them a
log, happy and prosperous married

Convened With Kavanaugh Methodist
Ohuwrh Monday Moring
The Foourt Quarterly Ooaferene of
the Methedlst sEpi pal Obhreh,
oath, was held as Kavanaog Mthb-
4det ohareb Monday meoralne, begia
slg at 9 o'clock, with Preemldi Elder
Mr lea a the obehr and Ferdinlod
BMyWe, eremtary.
There were present this meolang.
hides the preiding elder sad ware-
iary Rev.. T. J. xoo, pester of the
lashT, and a fall board of stewards.
All report eobmitted were mon
.gmtlbflag, ad showed that the ra.
e" ewsiestee esecel with1 the
-aehs were la a aoorishls l ooditiro
ia eeryw ,aad the aureh aese.
m"aaal palW.
As thibe meotale as elaetloa of a
'*auI was aemary, ad thAe od hoard
Wa seatod, with tbe addl0it of oe
me. Felleowie le thMbaMdi H. L.
Phifr. Feeding Baer, T. J. Swear.
Ilagms. JN. D.U. W. L. Fed S. K.
amp.. It.. Peeler. Hea Sammy,.
W. M. Pepper. W. MUasr sy iad
V. N. ,bams.
New Pasteor.

The seemI Advent shereb of this
ohyf b sommameaam l 0 i 0 b. W.-
I- fest, sal sWOooomebbWtm m
fte wi adftojw "
me fton to is li
Vk sa, Nm mea mb mas"
an-uIC A @ and v M
-htm umul* ben as Ues GOak
Uheiwf. asa is an ci
.0mo cssem to s4"m
Ift* he I* smmqe pbasrNow

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Visitors Audftdrium Tonit wioil A ood nWnl
SI..B Enjov Fine Show.

Vind I's ka rh aw pi bal d-.ahStnWld Cob liver ol aI
SJA -emulsions because, without a drop of oil or
ditareeable feature, it contains all the medicinal elements
of cod liver oil, actually taken from fresh coda' livetrs
By our process the oil, having no al either as a medicine or
food, is separated from the nmdickol elements and thrown
away. Unlike old-fasioneod liver oil and emulJoe,
Vinol i delcouely palatable agresable to the weakest stems
ch, and therefore unequaled as r body bMder and strugth
crea or old people, puny children, w ak run-down ma
and women, afer icer s, laid fOr al pumonary diaea
Everything Vinol contains i samo d on the label.
OUR 0UALRANT We have m* ll atel VIWOL that If fyl wi
sa t we promleei U it doe at bek f ero rye we will reter yes
vpe rm-y wefs gqsesiea. We tbe a -Oe I #




J. J. Haymans and T. J. Shaves Have Held Fine Meeting Monday Afternoon

Purchased Big Plant.
J. J. Haymans, the naval stores op-
erator of Loehloosa, and T. J. Shaves
of Eau Gallie, have puorhasd the In.
terest of the Yule. Naval stores Oomo
Dflny at Yulee. nap the Geoi la lilni

at Home of Mrs. Becker.
The Twentieth Century Club held its
third .eeting oif the season at the hoo.
plable hornm of M r HBcker, Monday
afteraooa. A lar;- number of ladles
were la aUendaiie. and thor aihly en*

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between WayeroM and Jaeksonvllle. Joyd the 1nter-.*.ng program under
for which they paid $30.000. the able leader.hi of Mrs Wil|os.
This farm o laia thirteen erope, Mrs. Harper's paper with five tboosand areas of road tim- Politloo Among the World Powers,"
ber, or a asoleient 4ua lty to eat 1ad Mrs. Taylor's o, "Rlsia's Impe-
twenty mnor erops or 3X)000 boses.1 rial Family," Iar.- moeh vrlumble ia-
Mr. Haymans, who was ia the eal formation ooeer:gn, the land of the
Tuesday, operates one of the ia tes Romanof.
and moot suoeeeful naval stoneee a Mrs. Godwiln sng a folk-sooe of
of twenty-three rope, as Ieblem a. Blameanthalil aIt Mrs Beeker rev
Hedsilres he will makeeeavm hes dored Mendelso',n's HoIlltl oQ
dried barrels of turpeaotie *eodr fair with her customary bleutifel teahale.
eooditioas this year, whh assess a Alftr the pru ram delightful re.
pile of money. fresheai st werr *.rvod by the grame
Mr. Haymans don ot lato d to lees *loeses and ,,e elub ad)ourn d to
leave this part of the eoasry. The met wi n Mrn. I;romll o1a November
boeiness at Yole* will bean derthle g.

maaau ement of T. J. haves.
Old Maids' Supper.
The Old Maids' eappor, wbhic wu
given a the mNorth Oaliv"llHe Hal
Wood y ervnisa for the be "t of e
hall fund. was well astesded, ad 14k i
seedless to add, eajoeed. The girls
wre dressedd in their eN," bt were
eold by weight, wiah the reelt ah
they reased from >j aeete to 63.5.
The program wea atermpeo ed with
"Rhymes fromW Moeer Uomo." by the
lttle folks, anl at ahe ealeOeleslo
ftroiea were reervd. Ah epher
the eseola was pleaeatly a l preal
ahlr seeat. aboht 11 havoles be


Oo asmat or the essoal maetng
of the Sooth.rr Edleatiomal Awot*"
atoll. which m. .* ast WJebille, Tems.
o4eombeor 2.' (he aiate ON"s
Ls ailway as arrmgf ad t sell
ieeati at oA.. rai-ol Iare pm e
wmetyflve er'.* fr the Mred trip.
Thae tslehete w. be a le loeetmber
mth mad lie0. CliwJ iiml of mac m
Will beo o. vmr illO. Ft follH 0-
lensmasi w Si, .te ao w~ren sem
m Adiastie C-s. Usalmeso e write
Fre* 0. B y .. .. INetAt paemmea
Aesp. Jaoshbon e, IrlmW

nreised R'bei I?~ U"" 1o1BAWad
-POWNiebooter. menvuml OW 46
to .jacgeoeele. O e W 4-rwr, a" Ii be
th. Waltr 0. Sabi"." Ol e- Merhi is s.asew the
9US0. Cbohb. remgIwtr mld rmey.6 of 6*"eaft I Thurn,. am The
tusisiod el eaNm d c ssIm 1i.0 baTow .N U LIbrary Aeinue gIst.
diy uhImkev ilie. ml ey at.* a. sdft beebf tr-e to do PaImemg
bede""Iaps aupflatmeeftsgof a*e imb 1i-e it 0 .64pp"Mo" k sbbM
Pheld. Sale Ceseosi Omibew. d brimae fbe'e 41 Mmto
a" ol. mob it "W"& md" eM" W 11~so
swame"ima wm IM si to"eaW so aseel a "s.
amn ~ ia" 3om "a ow.tha &OWN"he 1.1 be6 u ts -p10 ,
barn..ma behoe s yq eNS.. .1 s wiU .ea$" 5Sliid

Thn*- who itst d the auditoium of
the [' 'errs tr raded and ligh
S,' '.ol o iI '. will not only be ssitl-
ira a go P| t d .ie-=s .-l. fothball ream ot
liIhI *t'1hoi-but will e njoy a floA even.
ing as well.
The play to be pr*e.nted Is a clever
three.-at conitedS, e.nitl id "A Osn of
Sudtitenioi." This story tells the
it ihles of three. olIleR girl. off at
school, and to say the let-at i amuoini.
The cast is made up entirely of high
school student,, as follows:
Pfnfkwor EdRerton A. A. Miller
Mil. JudkLne matronn of the school)
Mhli Kate Evans
Jones (the Janitor). O. R. Alhright
Kathleen, a Celtie Maiden
Miss M 'ellon
Ooll*eg Girls.....
. MEL es Fagan, FiteIh and Caiinon
Olllege Boyp
B P. Rchards, S. L. Carter, M. i.
The price of admission hie b en
played ridleulouly low. being 85 ents
for adult. twenty cents for children
ard pull; of oshool.
Thn promoters of this entertainment
state that it is being given to raise
money without wbing eornmplled to ask
the business nmen and nim-rhants to
sustain the football team ,Let every-
body atrnd.
Second Day Spent in Case of Mrs.
Beach vs. A. C. L.
The second day of the cirtcit court,
outside of the grand jury room, was
spont In the ease of .Mr. Ann Beach vs.
the Atlantic Coas Line, arsumpolt,
dameae for the death of her husband
at High Sprinna. The oase occupied
the entire day, and up to last night
the evidence was not completed.
The eourt will convene ar i)n at 9
o'elok this morning, when tl ecalse
will be resumed.
Btate's Attorney Calhoun says that
the gran4) ary has one of the busiest
terms In the history of the county.
Oat of the silty-one ares before the
jury dTe aree harried with murder and
swenty-four on charlea of selling
liquor nl a dry county.
fuxliy's tables of the welrhts of
man lwuw that lie bhmtan body It
made up of thirteen different elements,
of wbhIch l e are gase and eight



At Evinst Floridi, one mile froIm
nation, on fock l:o t. 12 acres of
poud Hammook Land ; nil elleared and
in cultivation. 8 sores ini hAring or.
ange trees. All good trucking land.
$1,000 dwelllag and other houses on
the prenmise. All gollg at a Bargain I
EA AY. $2500.00

Apply for further partlealars to


S.L. Rawlins & Co.
Suocuor. to T. J. MWiter &, t

NMcks I'tte, Oil ranl aId l'rovlnlm.
Room 7. Riiiswoller IliiililtK,
112 West Hlay 8trest.
Private Wirm to Prielipal Market ('e*.
ter. Pbme No. 1171.
OC.. JeakuovtWe. Pta.


Paradise for Huntlng and Plshlag
TIll bo"l Is s*odr aw aUemeLsmt al
wepol 11 ridle Ce o 1rr Irm
ro tam I4 -_ -- _
MUa. wULA)I r14OaIr. PNiMsIn,
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LAra. cool rtrnIlhed oomre as Oeess
View Hotel. Free bath, Ligh ht L0o
keeplnl privileorm. lten a 41 ItI0
oek, ash rom. Meals ma bei ad
alse door. W. M 1. f.IINMI&, Pemp.



Will do more fr yyou ut



. Hyde's



than at any othlr t r.str* in Middle Florida

Don't Miss This Chance

HIurvirowigi of people hav' prnAted
by avHuiing theanhee of this gmrt
Ing 0n.1y4ytmvng event now being of'.
f.'rw'd the pabic by



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W. W.ASHLUY .. .........in~
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- W.estreetai T .ui3

1zue P IL? 9, published evepI mholiqia
'4W Inoity, delivered by carrla ir theie 67,h
lIom *0*37 part of the United R60 pe
b14,rAN5a year; $2.50 six m0th PAS91
g-j-skorgla cents for Ave wwkek-ridFiO

''Maasntices local ohism mS lV"
rmr insertion. and 5 cenU ~s t ioo me
s las for display ad a mis 11"Now

mobma s paper, 7 ,
The~r Twc4.eb Sun -O'IL
wee, heal, Sat elA sW'
miled ,mUM

eppumaof audi4

be fqukredto qVr83kNiI
u wL AAW4

; nIa Is to get rid of ..

chip go h toe aeeted growd*
, eplast the ose of e teeth plok. Pmobm
ably Ohieso doq io Mas 1 m betr.

All the world wil role at hM e Ilib-
eratoo ofI lad. Never was8 so.
S bter people blned d ud bhe by more
tignorDi sed edld mtsron.

S It s saM fat the colored ladies of
Ballimeot lan terWek oa he fmitlles
of all Doemeim beewaso the men vo.
Sted for theodifAaWebeI ameandwnems.

If the people of thb ooth and West
bekp oa drawib from the reserve
tfed the at will moos go broke,
OaeU .Way t I per asot Is something

Stcthmr *eomfreaee on quar-
sa s ea Idm imultir n as Ohatta
Mow hIs esltded o ask odIral as*o
roml f qusWatol foree and will ask
S eOagre wpees l1 aoistlse.

A St. Leis woman's elob bh sa*
soonm d itht woman cannot love sma
S ad art as the lse time, but every
eeo knows It is perfeetly poesble for a
woman who palma to till love some

The Now York Sa ellh I. WittK
"the elW monoumeatal liar tthis eve
Ssme oet of the aLt." By thue ino
rapmheally llmitlgh kbl ortig The
a still leave the worMd nreord with
N few York.
S DB on, wbl h he b retforeo boee
S th wool noter of the emury for
may years. au ow me warm rival
Is C Obako. The yearty IMeise Il
S Oblao's wool market for ah pest two
yeatr h bhee over a millim ao d a
half poods.
Sir trederlok Treves l an addre
obo the h lmlooheMs) ele8ty Ie In
de esid that diese kt btoevoloe
d Wmt e mal t e *-ept ia few
Ii T will o make people any
S lower to Good for the detor tek ogh
S hel a disease malfe0 a Itself.

Information has bee reeilwed at
WAS Uiagto ladiocting the existene
of as orpwnUatlo of steamip eorm
pse Msd ethen deslged to guarsa.
S to lImnrleate to the UVitd 4 tate
\ aMIctM lki of peass me y,.ie,.
the *a that after eroelag the oran
they areo lurd beak on aeoqt of in.
ability to comply with I mlgatlion ro.

.r Ireton of the K:terprise NHatoni
as kof Alklrehby. PI.. avfe led pe.
SItlUe i the common plew *oUrs ask
lg ti ha t& judgmese takes by the*
S U meser, W L. MathaeU ginst
S he, hb opened o she IgTod SIt
the tale having at vatemw tima
wh Mked out or wiftkshe st epem -
str baeually aoaed. the *M, Iew M ofe
ith mnmde tesutsme th e lcaen eas-
t aM hoeld liable. ft. mee ap d
Sroe ot the platweiW l hto se m
.. w ea tc le t i te .ete

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< i .'L'. "s,. .; .* '"'; "-3
oXs oftleaor te o U
udeomi peromeat 'if Afealfy
hjaU *ie( Infdaaoti ona
op f eoto. this Ims- 0 be I
bluog hdoes of the glonme, ay Thm
Atlasta Conststotlo. TheMAN* w
to slightly depres the esew marklbt,
and the bears are agaqip lpilo sagaa
Let no Snusheros esee p.ow0 a*I -
low blimselffIthMbaoao reshb
log his be* Iss m= of the
"bear" a ti bH epeco.
latenA. 4a d a t, d aa fat
baewrl W 41r ~elas belt.
t am "p ae "ll in"
rrsie t fd a n -d i bshortness
wa' ~Jl apeet. Of ooarse a
*p shr6cd Io arlyi t gIased early,
f1 le abgreadim wae qulekly ap-
PWpa t. The midle of Norem
bef sees the pickeig pratieally
Wee, "ud Is will A prise the
1 the groiod who khow actual
oodlilona If tie teb.mllUea-bale mark
ioosebed. Tb% s wvold indeed eoom
to be rmaxiaum figore.
The mtnelfatortng world will take
every bale of hts year's Amerlean
*aoon eropat it tree value based on

th law of supply and demand. T'bere
is so ned for the planter to .sll his
cotsp for lee, if be is prepared to
bold awhile. ight astthisJoeetoreI
a good time to "stand pat" for a high.
or prie than the market Is affording
at present. The Inevitable tedenoy
of the fleecy staple is upward. It. is
booed to advance. The farmer who
"ea possibly bold and does not is sae-
rlBeiog good, hard-earned dollars.
And the farmer are bowing the
same good sens they exrelied last
year by holding.

Many papers are now declaring that
political history is making now, be-
anse at a few eleotione in an off year,
when theoe may be a governor or a
mayor or two la dilfemnt bates to be
elated, that the Democrate ad Reform
party have beenasoocsfol. Ilthe same
thing hadn't happened many times be-
fore there might be some oooaslo for
hope for the ftoure, bat the same thing
has bo too often heard before.
The remot elections have shown that
the people are opposed to beors, a
satlseat that has bees maiafeated
time and again. The vltories will be
eajoyd by ome of these who have
bea elected, sd we will hear thee cy
that "the bees a mts go," the aame as
we did about coandecas belong rstor*
ed, but it will only bo a confidence
game, and.the boeea who have been
squolhed for the lime being will start
new plans to working, sad wbon the
Presideatll year arris thae will be
another solid phalanx of the g. o. p. to
march to the frot unless the Demeo
erats party oealtes e a platform on
whbh the people ea stand and a man
to aeered from ocl of the Weo to lead
the hoate.
The Repoblktan leaders will join l
with the erewsd d yell top thief"
as heartily as any one la the land, but
whes the exelteset I of the little two-
by-fear off-year vieor bha died at,
they will be up sad ready Se ae great
contest with all their pat daeea ber
ledda over ooe athiaj of eaything
bot the oloot of their oaMdidate.
What beaavelt bhe a will be for-
gpase by the maet eampsas W 4 what
be ba trid to do will be f no avail.

Te P Met IWay his order to he
Oab seNototalka tosheoeMte was
a- to provst their gltal Goe now,
bet to provot their alkliu se0t frl.-
olob -afes. Thisa may p y the re
por b bow will the bao t em
bo Ithe it?
Del ma et are a d to o mer ex-
pert is the wam lmasea of stol poi
Bs Ua mey ma wth stbeery ts*
alUet. ihe aM tiae mwhe m ise led
to boeve t rk ae
operator to (be *Oc

Bewere of Otinatomet e e O.at h That
S0- mob -NW101
As meowrey will NtAy destroy the
iis of sawM "d ikolsol*n *M lai
th--- the -- e s. ----a I h amW
tielOe Mhe eWher a emp* Wm
Ir %~"' aWm~ H

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t prtie offered toM
law im the Stase is WI~
,are sem a Oo .
Jet that hoeU woe get left will b* 1
~al shlt Mwo't speak a word In
favor. ____
It s said that when Bro 1 OM.ald.
well was writng bhs artlele, "A Or el
and Uajona Law," he had an aliasWr
enasepd fr haifa day to shed tearn to
pat between the lJaes.
T hye he big pins in the ft*
lay ebdl froe now o until abist
Denasebhrib,fter which there w*1
be a slomp s sattendaaee.

Thi envoy atf e King of AblVeiniua
wae In New York during the reeo t
eloeton,had be left in disgust, deeat.r
ug thl tAe people of that fty
wereesag. ___
There Is merely one Angell we know
of that le snp*revor inch of him,and
he is pOMdemt 4f the UnwvMrsity of
Mieblel And the 4,000 stdstu of
tha'lastit tion are of the asae oplna
Iop. ____
There are 4,000 w( mcn's clubs lathe
United State. Allowing fifty women
to *oeh laub, the number of divores
is not as large s one might expect.

Even th cranberry growers are g
slog onto the job, sad in antielpation
of Thankgiving have sent up the pree
of this adjueet to turkey to $11 a bar.
From Temple, Texoz, comes the
statement that there is quite a contract
in the movement of the cotton erop
for this year and lst. While the prioe
have remalaed about ten oentse t
year, all available arn have been eaUl
ed Into use so handle the movementof
eotton ooewlse and while this h b
been done and especial effort made to
release ears promptly, there bu been
barely enough ear to accommodate
the demand. Last year It was quite
different. Oars were always on hand,
empty, and the talton crop moved t
diously and slowly. Now full trains of
cotton move, where lost year it wont In
carload lots.
Now special trale are run to handle
nothing whatever tt cotton. and they
are sotto speletls and make the time
allotted to a paseenr schedule. The
dilferene in the two mason is as
ooqpted for by the diferenee in price
for cotton daring the two years ad
the dslpoeltioa of farmers to hold oo*.
ton until it ea be sold like something
for ten ocrat a pounJ.

The display of iae battle from the
pfrinl Park Btock Farm os he streets
Monday Is an evidese of what e a be
done io Florid, if purebred stoek Is
used as the fooadatti of stok rarliag.
The battle from this farm are not ocly
well-bred, bet they hoow an ldivld
oallty hbat is eonvleeg o all jades
of battle. Pedigree Ia a rab animal
Sso better tha the commos breed of
rane cattle.
There lI always rom fer Improve.
meet In attle for t dairy as well as
beef, and he roth i that teare meest
be a more rigid eHletIo of beedtagl
saleils. Only the I*set sheild be
not eu to perpetste their kind, ad
the salt seer, so mter how bnle
tbeir bleed.
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RIA l aflieted with uaa.edemio of borglerl -
fee i, Iiv p)ties ilea visited one night.
The Sau -a* u*anty cotton grow-
*PATS WO FLO RIDA .ri ^. og ...l "'o-" oc l Ie
Y FLRIAerewi1bold l as IeOg at 1.v1.O Oak.
S1 N Saturday, Nov. 18, and an eort be iall
made to sctablail a warehouse in th4r
Iqpypminp rrom Varioma cit.
1oWti1 odf State. Pensaeola burglars go into saloon *
and get a goo jag and are never mo-
OST IMPORTANT ,VENTS leted by the pollee, who probably
o kothat hee will be enough le, *
Is "The Land of oe for them.
ba" d Down" to 8n. tko The St. Augustine Record Prioting
~Lr' '! r td OOmpang ba the. ontract lor printing
i,--tems of interest to rim esutss of Forda. Tome lDea.th for $o
were bidde for the work, which omen WhoBrae DeathforSo

III school at Chipley has a wfi t sthae WStat 7,840 / In the midst of one of the most brilliant a
se than ever before. Twlve bo) were ent to the Reform tions of the season, a noted society won
k e n is bound to make i bil school at Mariaas froin Jackvonvile o
tbe Prt rood Epositiae. ~st Munday morning, to cerre ol1tlJ 11 suddenly from her chair with a scream of
Pal s is determined to ~ea ol S legally di-charged, fell insensible to the floor.
Pe lm deBol ordinaeerned 1 F -onr w white and eilht olortd A few hours later the distinguished ph)
TZealnes ment of Kiinimmpe who
wem burned oat on Thiurday night( her anxious husband that she was sufferlr
been several days sineee a caselas e case of nervouprtration bu
fEC r.l abee reporters a 7 wa t w o* no" S a Iacute case of nervous prostration brou
low foLer has been reported by female trouble, and hinted at
although the lose was not hal covered by female trouble, and hinted at
West Palm Beach Daaghten of by insuraneo. operation. Fortunately a
edoira wll give TLak. Alexander Emerson, who %e atorn friend advised her to try
Idhir. in Pensacola in 178, recently died i,,
e-otM erop at Ohipley has all Nova .cotia, aged 1124eart. When a
marketed qad It is sid to be 20 boy he enlisted in the English army as d a E
t abort. drummer boy and was at the bat. La
ty of Milton is to be lighted by tie of Waterloo. h m
ly, flaplished by the Stearn A lively flbt took place at O'Neal's iPnkham s
ompony. station, fv, mile south of Fernan V e eta
Sadard Oil Company peddler in dins, last Satarday night. One oeglio e fe l
vlUeO stole over $,000 worth of was killed, one white man and Hie no
John's illuminator in six grope w6nded. It was caused at a Com pound
h unegro "fl still"
storm along 'he Atlanti ooast, J. F. MoOlendon of Montelair wan
81. Augustine Friday night, did seriously injured Satoiday. He fell The result was that she
rable damage to the South under a wagon containing about 1,000 escaped the surgeon's knife
way. pounds of hay, and one of the wheels and to-day is a well woman.
klamoinlle will not allow the little rested on his ehest until a neighbor
r oners to keep open on Sua. aame to his rlief. The derangement of the delicate female organlsn
pe bt blliard and pool room ar ongressman Lamar will addr, the body quivering with pain. Headaches, backaci
right. the aitisens of Madison county as the down pains and dragging sensations make women ni
fisk Broome, an Oslas colored coorn hone, at 11 o'eloek a. m. on Bat.. b r Mas. Pwmwma:-l waa trbled f et lhtyear wth Irre
l fell 40 feet from a saffold orday. November 18th. He will dil. down my system and Ibreugt o treme nervouness an hyut
lay, and *ever eraoked a bone in cos national railroad rate legislation enoy my mulmeals Noroep la boame early Irritated and nerv
O. sad the life ioarasno qelont.Lydia .L Pinh haLL elmlV a C mpound proved to be th
y.ad te life itnd me. After takia tihe trd bea. my neral health he
LCe Ford, colored, has been se- Ransom Miller and Petit Davis, two d of the fifth month I wwell ands aold atted to my houNeho
at Fermaadina to be hung De. colored men of Ooala, had a fight Sat8. e oy life. Ma. CHutea CuRYr, 42 Saratoga Str
aQpr lst for the murder of hi. step- urday evening, whleh related n the Mrs. Curry, whose portrait appears on the rig
or at Vesdle. dal h of Miller. Davir od a kafe .ad the Ladies' Symphony Orchestra. The following
511 l esb, fight between Pallatk an "Miller lour badlda, either ane
i e HeigLhtl Stre Railwayt Oo. of whiol would have proved Il. Da- Goode, President of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis
p lt bees deeided na favor of the vit, esaped. Diua Ma Plrum :- -I tried many difflen romedle ta try
SThe ae will be appealed. The Bradford County Teacher' A- which had beeme ru dwr from toes of proper ret and ur
wil aethding nseaed to help me. Mother ta great advocate of lydia
oMaokla, after reaovring from yel- soelatio0 writ meS in Lake Botlr Compoud fer femae tubs having seed t herself om yes
rtweaa ud dtrelutilve lr, lo now Friday. December let. The teasaher em.. SI I ke so ets at a k s Ia les a a mwoth I w abl
sare preparila an elaborate progmral m aotlu dooasW, thrwe ewiat I aslwaeb wll. Really I elk
for this oeeuasioe ad It ie hoped that a d wUa I hae toe. IMaa Cos osm 3. L Chlt,
w" large, delegtiou will be on had.- Mrs. Pinkham's vice Is free to all Her add

R A 011O E ,mu rderer. of Su Pnklm's etabi Compud Cer
eounty wIN legally hanged ast TaIli-
m I hawue lasl Friday. This wu the see.
___ od or third legal hanglg to oeuur in
the tateWIthin a period f a few -
IU DAY, eek. If this thiag i Omlse, h ang MELROiE MA r TIAS. miesoner and ordered paid. The lta
NOVEMBERIUlg wi again. e o* fe hioble.- -- hook for IIM was declared open at the
NOVEMBERMadison New Estorprle. Winter VIltr~ Arrolvig-0omnmon Ime rate as lastl yer, vri. fIl mills.
There isa aid to bo a youang ma In Ouncill Meoi-sg-Polrae Supper. The towa elerk wa orderd to prepare
Tampa who ls known moor the girlr Meloe, N11. 1S -N Pr'le reported a liat of the regiesred voter or the
Ssr e a "shopper." He .eaa lo-derik .S rem oN -- o e abe.. sm overI; o far., eo.ing o el.io o .f town afMesn.
hr, h letter sad MObarster aler, vory tteativn ad pl beha Ilamed IeS bal. and shipped H. Jackson and J. L. MeLead haen
Deltoaeta. I fat one of ho e oaleot yoag fellow two serioads of ed. I, ring thena m. lone fot a sap huot. They expee to
la she world, bet he doesa'st Ims m Mr. Prine opera, a se, a ry.be away for about two week.
"Hams aHearSe ad ifBa bsioes There i talk of gl11g p le s r*l eoas pou inblo IY0 ) of two. MiaL Mary Benmest hea seteped a
"My Behuei'and L" -a omrsaiatlon aglem blIm.-Tlteo. p. d cae of pe*ehe., .A00 of three. posaUoe with the Meosi Drug OCm.
M *ae L Mie Some N tofae largest stalks of eoga peed po peah*. sad 8.00 of 5* ey.
eb ell b If meg case wer this lity Iein thS eea I e of tomatoU, for all Tfu arrli.s fro the North for the
Sthlis etrsmi sa e brnght to th oflo yte-day by O. f iMbf I hae a ready ale, the welar ae: Mr. sad M. H. W. Ham.
SD. eukworth wheo liee Ier t Il pe> o lag essira s. oyI, Mr. N. Orrfl Holeeks, 3. J..,,lo
0s e a hkel ahiurae m cby sad who haa Oee of the bet TheM tower 1ees e m*t ia segeler a. W. Oslo, OhIcap. Ill. Aamog the vis
kIle tW. W. ArLera. ls iots seetee. leek of thle satl bed Te~e r *evar, all m* oWesl tows ue: Mnu 0. IR. oeere
.oer th11rty Joint. ad were t o LMo uI bus elg pleest. A smoher of Live Oah sad Mise MItsIM of Ib*
s" ad behalf feet high.-IA n O*k le hee pre i *aad by tahe emOmest rlead ro.
u _y ora.. ;.. = ,, Mrn. N. ILeghble of Ifehot. J. ,

--e sad f fefeJitre ptea aid poasl it ou 5O 50 the t w
a the smh et, the .dl s s......... ,Nwoo po.i.
.e e m ei thatThe tred reseror be .d.
,r *r ^alland as do so, nd the abt.^ Aemeb.^k ******* ^^^^^ts Pa '-e
etns es-- e that he see seen -

mebu~.and tethhes tse"vow Rbessaumt. lumebesat M4 M1611
RO.f A -~ .1 ulswc bose IUaaisoe. Is
A'bses -Abe R3AULrs F t-US '135 AM s, S5 il hepstae ..
0 8 4esr O A K =thed serv-- sf o"em s sa baom
bvomb'r j eMi eell
41 hIIIII ft"Im 'mla cod bnevo ofMW 400OMNW &Ioito he bleed1It1
n sm ,o AeweIng ele se e l oved so f.
4dm Of Iwor aud "wpm" OF IofI bo dI te y. sad 4..me

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dM. .gb a doploimbis@ediamm is
mbst thbe. 6s a-efoI
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0. A. Und. F. x ..I 3. n6 .
OWN@, I ad $ 11s~ese iIdbo

9600" Per 816%6~
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Two Sob aAAi LP.. opersto bbe&
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Will Aseeop Tainited Masey.
(b1embus, 0., Nov. -4 D. r,
Washilmgtea Uladn. moderator of Mg
Ongreatlonal etilrch" of Ite UaIei
RAte, aaouneerd fram his padpiS t UiS
oeallvray oever fainted massry M@
bea d.Oliiely *.I.I* so for s m e
Ccsarlgrntt'!'1? r-i~t ( IAI A is y
saM "that here sad bb me fe tat
mmeal 3 Isa will be refs"4 bersfJ
In Th. boiellatflna of m se7.0
1*dta1e0 as 4ew Ow oage,
Now Orleans. t14". 24.-Fmvg
ftt oday tlaws Were se0e am
Samaomr eah tre yetn" VW so
to toay.I. Onlytoo m scqWW
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alfywriglht's Ability.
L Wilo, No. 1.- Tokb o corre. .Edmond iRetand, the great Freneh iIte R
Londo, Nov, 14.--lo Toko corre playwright, had the upual difficulty In
epo14odent of the Tally Telegraph sends getting a hearing when first he began
the following: to write ofor te stage. Sarab Bern- Effective May 28, 9R5,
.It IS iftl ally announced that the iOd U1w0 Ol MWle m* jlr enol bardt was directly responsible for the
A. mlM A legal o has been raised to CongaCI, C bl' ---.mmsse, =i SI Loa _, primal achievement of this successor 2 VesbtIde Tralu Eat No. 84 No. 0 ieih al d Wat. No. 13
"an o"ola*yt, a e ts bWe0 -O Pss of Victor Hugo. Mme. Bernhardt grew
A A f1prtant agrement has been 6 M a lhl lnmw All gl ytlyr Iteested in Rostand's dret Lv Jacksonville...o. o. 9 10s 7 05p Lv Jaeke vIilo, Fls..... Ko. Ry. 4 p
p*le, betweetw the German wover- play "I& Princesse Lolntain," and Lv Jeup ......... u. Iy 11 4(i 10 40p Lv Jesop, OG. ......... So. Ry. i i:iop
40 101114104 between the German -over- Dr- S s,::;l::!,!:^
a and the n cy. TIM om B esteLv that he give a pSavannah...... 8o. Ry I 20p 12 16At r Maeon, ...........8 Rg B ,
MPrt*! u CtodthrthelreaPublicrldlnl ArOolumbia ...... So. Ry6 66p 6 001sArtAannu, Ga .......... 80. By. 5
1 m oe the province of Shantung, n. un. te mi n ad eddM to of the auuscript at her theater. Ar Oharlotte .....So. Ry 10 26p 9 6sa Ar Rome, ............ so. By. ko
41r @ lioh KIsochau will be evacuated aarslu tO a SWNim aL mwTer To this riding the actress tnarted ArGreenboro .... B. Ry 1 18 121p Ar Dalton, Ga..... .... B. y. 5 s5&
6 January and Klaomi lsx moBlls Coora whose attention was eted Ar Danville.......8). Ry 221a 2 10p Ar Ohattnooma, Tenn..8o.Ry. 9 4,5
tW the signature of the agreement n fro t very rt ilne and who, walk- ArRbahmood ..... o. Ry 6a 6 424p LArezoom, Ky ....... & C. s p
ba designately been decided that N Taworky Will 14 -e dma. pet It his Ar-Lynohbrg o....So. By 4 84 4 2ip Ls 4.ent, O.. Big Fo p
h Admiiral Togo, with a squ ork N .- Tribune d. opilnon that his companion was to be- Ar Charlotestille 8o. Ry 6 18a lop Lv ineat, .a .. Big 4our
i vdmalt 'oglao, wprth obably ron, patee flrm Was gton says: It come tth grtet dramatist of the aae. Ar Washlns.on... So. R 9 50 9 50p ArhOble II .. .. Big Four 71,
r'I visit Onglamn probably in Mlroh. wa said yesterday on reliable author. "I bind Myelf, here and now, to take Ar Baltimore.. P. R. R. 1180a 11 2p Lv Oinsnnati, ...... Pa& Line s *p
The training squadron will risit the ity that Jame A. T'hwey, of 1t1i t any play which you write (In which Ar W. Ph'del'ia P R R. 1 45p s 2 Ar Ohbiago. Ill........ Pa Line. 1o
'United states and not Australia, as sots. will be named by Speaker Osaom tbere Is a part for me) without read. Ar New York....P. R. R. -4 SP 6 80s L Oloennati 0 ....0. H. & D. s.p
arslvoaly announced. 1 chairman of the huees oomalt e114 it," be said, "to cancel any en- No. 84-"New York and Fi ds Ex- ArOhibero. Ill ......... Monon 7D
e at on approlationa, succeeding James A. ligament I may have on hand and to pre Daily Pullman Drawri Boom lv OLninnuat,. ...... B. & D 9 p
oIg sp ire t AthNsn, Ae. Hemenway, who became a enator produee your piece with the least poe Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jaeison- Ar Toledo, 0O. .... .. & D. ~.
Athens, Ga., Nov. 14.--Athes wa" from Indiana on the section o Vcea slbi delay." ville to New York. Ar Dero, Meh.......P. M 2.
visited by a disastrous fre, which President Palrbanks to hiolo ice. Mr. Bsach faith as this proved a veritable No. 80--'"Wabington and Florida Lv 0lsinnati ,0......P Lines 0
wiped out a large cotton warehouse be. Tawney was a member of te was sa backbone to Rostand, who had lost all Limited." Daily Pcllman Drawing Ar Pittaborg Pa.....Ps Lines 5 Lis
leg iag to DeIwiler A oe., sad more me ommittea i the lat eagrel hope of exciting interest in his work. Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to Lv OinlnnaI. 0 .....Big Four 9 .
than 100 bales of ootton stored there and fo a anaber of yers as ens a A few years later Coquelin produced New York. Ar Oleveland, O.......Big Four 6 4:
Sa, together with $10,000 worth of lax R lia "h serving I tt "Cyrano," the success of which has Lv LexinLto n, Ky ......So. Ry. 5 p
Sbelonnag to the Aberdeen linen mills paspbesed Into hstrionic hltory. It was Throh "The Land ef the Sky" No. 80 Ar Louisville, Ky ....... 8o. Ry.
pacity unr pears Haenoo sad Ar St. Louis. Mo ........So. Ry 7 .2&
of tMhis ty. 'Te cause of the Are is Aae. s agrpe s ad is a gratitude to Mme. Bernhardt for her Lv Ja.okonvill, Fi.. .8 o. Ry 7p Ar nnis.on, Ala ....... Bo. Ry 9 41
u nkown, though It is praaeetcaley con. abs ssreb r1 l hare in giving him this opportunity Lv Savannah, Ga........So. Ry 12 1 Ar Birmnham, . Ry. Ii
4edod that it must have originated in personal following it the houe of rep that made Rostand write "L'Alllon," Ar Columbia, C ... So. By 6 00 Ar Mem s, e .. Frio
Sem or two sways, either from the bon resntaive. / whleh many critics consider the great- Ar Asheville, N. C....... o. Ry 1 50p Ar Kan, Oity, Mo ..... Frisco I
Sre built on the campus lat night by est tragedy of modern times. Mme. Ar Hl:t spring N. C . Ry 2 7p
the students of the aUia6r lty of Gbeor. N n 14e d. ernhardt made a fortune from the A Knoxvill, Tnn. S. y M6 O ..
Yoksn sna, Niv. 14 -41liee huouinAr KLoxvilleTnn ....... So. ky 8 W0 H pr' ,Ar.....
gal I lmon of the itor play, which she presented not only in Arr t.Lui Luis....... ....oR" 4 p No. PnThe Florida Lmtd
Ia elebration o thr vltory drew and eveaty-for usila prison.France, but also In England and Amer- Ar 8 innLouti....... . &o. 14 5p Noi. 18--eTh e Flortin, Ltronu
ver th Dahloneg football team or er, lanoldi 32 bl Juets from ica.-New York Pre.. 8 Daly. Solid eshro
fro a park from the railway t ks. day eohes and Pullman Sleerpmti,
ro a .park f.. the railway traok. Po rt r d o o oTh, oe Ile*h No. 8o--Daily Pullman Drawing Oars, Jaksonville to Olnelnnati
Three Texa Ne d tenant celo tl ad11 M erW CaPtured 'The Meiaeval Kltehem. Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 19-Pullman Drawing Roo
STre Tn Q Lnoha. t Kiu.lemqeng and 'llssu, have been It was the middle ages before th Jacksonville and Oincinnati. Sleeping. Oar between Jaeksonvlle
Hnderson, Tax., Nov. 14.-A b of relen ad turne ove to the R kitchen had been raised to the dignity Birmingham, Memphis, Kansai City
160 men broke into the Jal here and o s representative. The Jpneas of an established apartment Btrange Excellent Dining Car Service. and Oolorado Springs.
verpowerlng the ooffiers took there. gover rens has provided o mmod doings wet on in those medieval
freM John Resm, Robert Askew and os tth drg there transports kitchens. Butchers slaughtered ani- ARRIVAL8 AT JACKSONVILLE.
| m other aegro, whom they are now tion hom mals there, whith were skinned and From New York, Washington, et.--No. 29, "Washington and Florid I. n..
aagling In the pubile sqoare. The me. dresaed as well as cooked In the kitch- ied." 00 a. rn
oes were arrested with two others RuMn Claims Championship. on. Tbe family blacksmith kept his From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 83, "Wshikton and Florida Ex.
a few days ago for the order of a New York, Nov. 14.--ua Ro bl, fire there and repaired the plows and press" 8::0 p. m.
trLmw about 10 e11s from this place the box, took steps today to claim the whls the estate. Coal began to be From Oineinnati, Asheville, ets.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida l.im
Te other to 10 Me th. tbor k to o m ed as a k ltehen fuel in 12~ though cited 9:00 a. m.
The other two ae roes wre not me- world's heavy weight ehamploml not geal for 200 years after. The From Chinaro, OCiinnnti. Atlanta. Pet.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited," 9:5a. m.
leste, members of the mob elanming from wioh Jrme JeJrm bes vol. oven did se come into ne until the J. C. LUS9, Distrlet Paseeuer Agent, 1,8 W. Bay lSt. JaLemvtlle, Fla.
they were only eompolie ,and not unt tly retired. RBhIlm anaed year 1400, a d then it was th old 8. H. HAnDWICs,P.T.M. W.H.TATr o.O.P.A. BnooEsMoSeAx, AG. P.A.
princpals. ;, that he has peoted a $100 r4lt w1ti fashioned brick oven, which perIted
Al @M to boxany m an wo Adeirn for hundreds of years. The store
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. 1 taa Up hi o alleag and that It al when invented, took the place ato the
Foley & Co., Chiolao, originated the end sf ri weeks this olr mrraif separate ovm and the fireplace, with?
SHoney and Tar as a throat and long Mam t1d be wlli aals the avrl its spit, crane and hanging pots. F d a t .
remedy, and on account of the great w U tt .
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Ang. er *h a mr Te mpor. p0o It tu Co 1N.-
nerit ad apopo lTitI o t ole'r onerd Zien City Oveseer Not ik. Anger gts mor people nto trouble L al ime Card No.6 Co.rrected to S0 i .
ad Tar many Imitations a r m ofored ,, than enannm. We do ofad r thing o
f or lb. genuine. Thee w orthless Imi. Chicao, Nb,. 14.-Deputy Overseer than mmene. We do and say things
b genuil es Jon Opeicher, of Zion City, declared while in a temper that we spend the SOUTH.OUND-RIDO DOW. NO-OWT.ouNc- r
telioan have similar sounding names. ret of our lives In reretting. Parents- -
Beware of them. The genuine Fo. to y that the ports of threatenln would novea punish their children no. go' ATo.I rATIONS * *
llness of the overseer tIs urdtded 1Daly ially
ley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow le erseer while in anget, for If they do the child _k.Y .
p ae Ask for is and rf He said that be had yesterday recely invariably gets more than it deserves. 6 1, 1,a 9 ............... i..mvll...................
pdbagio. Ask for it and r"fuse any &; 07r l%8. .............. ^,. J*wk-1ili& ".............;; v1: S *
bttute. It lthe et remedy f ed a message from Dowle declring Walt till you cool down before you 1 ............... AI,.,, ........... .. .. .
tltute. it i the best rem, r that Ma bealth was excellent and that whip or abut up In dark cloets. Then, A rn ................... u ............... .. .
coughs and colds. J. W. McCollum e wod eave Mexico for h o too it the cld tha temp ........... ... ):I e.tIo ....... ........ n, .
he 'OWA IOSTO U61100 for Ch)eW 0 too, If iItis the child that hum a temper 04 3
NO. 14. and not yourself break It before the A .. t&. 1 2 ;n .L ............. I'~ k.... ........ .v I '. .Ar
Demeorata Oin Three Members. No Case of Pneumonia on Record. age of nix is reached, for if yuu don't .* "-.S T t' .r ............ n M.....>... ...... .... I
Richmead. Va., Nov. 14.--Complete Nthen that child's tewer Is likely never 8. .__. Ma,.......... A' 2 7
unofflreal returns from th( recent state We do not know of a single istarnce to be conquered. 0 1 ............ i ..................
tI b 6, ,, ,, ............. .... P),,I,, ,l ... ',
alertlon show that the Republicans where a cough or cold resulted In 10 ......... nt.... ... ,
elected only 1R nmmbhers of the Teneral pneumonia or coisumpiion when lo- "I Thank the Lordl" 1 '* .. ................... rt \ -4
.1 I ,hwS I 'I ; 1 "k ........ .... M 1 4 rt,r ......... .....1 ; .,
as.rnhly, tho thI rmocrat mrli nU a ley's Honey and Tar had been taken. Cried Hannah Plans of Little Rock,, ; r .I : .............. ": a ...... .... '
met Igin of ture members ov their It cres cougRh ard co!ds pwrfroytl Ark., "for the relief I got from Ruck- C "10, aa ...... A.-....... a.. .... .
stra th In the ,rPrennt a.eInmbly .Th. .o do not take chances with tomme n- len's Anie. Save. It urd mny fearful 0o i .. o or....... ....y .., ,'
Republlcanu have six senators and i kino n preparation which may contain roonionore,. whih nohingelse would a ................Oli.......... 1.v u 1 -, .. .. .
........... tik HaL .............. 1. Ie ., i ;4
mieinllbrs of the house. All of tho re. ,iiat.s, which eau*e cinsilpatlon. a oal, a .d fr.m which I hid Ue rd r i p t........o IIlll.......l... I .14
makin l 12? memlrnn of the asurs bly eondititu that retards recovery from eal, and from which I had suered s p p Ar ................ T ............... I I
cold Ask for Foley's Hon. ,and for year.." It is a marvelous healeAr ....... ,,nfr ........... .. lA 1. w" .^
Tar aind reruse any ,ubstitute offered. for eots, burns and wound. (uaran- 0 g- a L .p ..Tli .1-, .,
J. W. MoCollum A Co. teed at il drul tor; 2e. ... .
A Disastrous Calamity. m .. p p a k. L.. :; ** 1 I
........ ....... .-- . 6 p . ..... nlle... )Ip |Ce. n 1t44 i i .
It i a disastrou, ealamlty when you Two Men Sentenced to Hang. A R Ae -.--M-- b>urn...b..e... ** II4 a 1" j a'
los, your I calth, tbOause indigestion Wilmlnlgton, N. (', Nov. 13.--Judgs MAX KRA USS, 8:; RU i 11 .1 r* o
andI reonitipation have uepped it away Purnell. In the United States court. 3a S-t Pp .1 T brbse......... .. 7 I.
1'rotopl relief fcin t had in l)r. King'* eitncn'ed Artbur Adams and Henry Representing ...... ....... l..L... "....... s S;II ." I
a .-- Jr. U1a IlI t. I
New Life I'sIte They build up your Ltawy.'r. ,nvlcted of mutlny and mar i ...... atur-. .... _-- I ,i .
dillelve irgis, and eure headache, de'r on the' schooner Harry A. Ber. E. A. WElL & j Bo .un...... ,oI
disire,.l., cote. con.tipaiitin, ele. wynd. off this coast, early In OCtober, 0 1 .: e -r.....eWt uPLrl h..... *.' I. ; ..
U.arain...d at all drt s.res; 26o. to he' hangd Jan. 2( In this ity. WH 0 LESALE SHO ES 0" E ----- e r.........- "": "I
S('Counrsel for the prisoners are tirea 30 .......[..erI iaderdaJe..L_._ -. 1 i r 1i
Th ays to perfet an appeal. The ury Of AllD esriptoa. S ----.. ... --- I.
.... .. :~~m ...]IJIlmdtlO ..... "-, so r ;

in the cane for the third of the dGeo sasiw -. s 4 3
on II1 ... ..... ........ ..... Lit $3%a ? 'j
fondant& Hlenry fctt. Is still unable P NUP
to airree 4m A voul)lrt after baringI been Daily
EL DORADO CAFEi toee cap taraving b Sole Agenbs for NONARII alt .Sul ELi. UOUSTIAD UXvzISO6.v 1 Kit.
'4 Lcilitr s &us.61~r
(Clanline-ts In 4 twiing a Fature, pair warranted. U
Fever Pleatically Over. 1A
Errt-III11111 oil l5Asls,1 Cooked isW OrIAer, Now 13.-Yellow J, Mas.. Age
14: It j Manaus. Agen
'S~ll~~ AND' .AlK favor is pracically at ao pnd Ina Pon
swo.l and State Health 0ficer Poe. AX -DN" sb *sly
ter is b.. tsr Is bing mimar upon having O5y ~E
a 69 0: 11 LOW As dea 1289 I 130
sias &bown by resildets. Toalhl's a ocurr q tb* mass" %)I Pwir % a:I
t'A i:stem Wd "0 A MKGh of oft tr4le atu 1~e~ 06de 1143p 6 ~
o sh *bow so new cose, sad am r 4 be 91 ?1 a 1E "am..
W~ 1" S T S 11Ai It~U RE, .1tsa vw& ther are qmty two cases 0)%%',Wa CITT OF 1,41:':V:1 x'
C W da tresh meet sa&6 tbem wil be 411& FwAMBALM A* Im m m slu m uallml, IT 10
abgemoe witk a ftw ays. BW Vc@ a"elo 1410CI f P'uN', A% ,j EL1U
I.) the CA, of 0OS 5hso Of Se P. AtI 5. WNW5 i
day i is f~m44 Me dtt V %a b so a we Im 0 1 m,.i\ W
.Teum Shipp'"g Wany Turem 6me IS"! 6eiem up V
I die tiret. *sge f Ther=uof "m oct (lt of a"'~sd56
ber0ai How ii TlaNteyre an for te -0s~ of ftwle Villas, Onemb
'Upfirnst irto il The Sci !ai t* oat (y3Ez Igg IOf -Vr ma, a 6111 aP ,,W ao. 61t
NoverWarr 18esa heaa a'
an1.6011 e fo wie b e "m bd Few Em W. "
It %JI be Ibrim-full of -'px tLang &ad *SOLt "te~t %aw we We 631 =I I o
Pbm d IL Cow eftmew on so Win qu saw,
II Jb brlnww" b& V* P" we W U "a 32 mm aq mpm 7rC i
gotten up by k~4ior l..'nglq. and liii*- tIn bae~ ~I I U en 1 U ahlmj a erss audemesm -~
trated by Oartooasa Ts~ lo) ;) I p. ueua s 111 10 ?a am T=E TWGKE'F AOET.&'
lC5UI.I6ShI55 SImI of 0for. Sy gs
u~vlftr rowrdIf w obvIsCwtwtgTo& aeedmeto siia bewsm"Tt twi~af & IL 0AN1 AWL Quil PW A~tk ST. ~WU FLA
per oft Te pardoiasa of crigmubls I. e morg MA o hat old and well- us 01uI mb@ u se -b oftlt
No ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ soon 1"mi 6"m 3:hqVAaW Itse e~ ~~~w~. n~i~a l I
doing hoagd. &" I*S
No oto olold bs tiU smaberamid aftm00 lok mpGOWN
Wr~l Theam. mbef aw.nar
adWw Is so t I o 8 W TI
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ITT r 'r'r' '


bdee r t TLhem a rrf An Ab teeasthta Cretr e TIha
b*e Bly l3e ad to urepe. Ltres Wlthiet Air.
the dark ages and in ear'y The common saal has lums, heart
I times perfumes, with the ex- and a general cireulatiou and is in ev-
Sof hnense for eccleslastlcal use., e7 respect an air breathing creature.
almost unknown, and the rude This notwithstanding, he can live on
thanes and Norman barons and Indefinitely without Inhaling the leaat
were quite content with atom of air-that which is usually con-
ell of wood ires aLd hune sidered the essential to existence In all
of roast or seethed meat and creture supplied with lungs. Ilppert
at all solicitous to enjoy the says, "To all organized creatures the
of sweet odors. It seems to removal of oxygs, water, nourishment
the crusaders who brought and heat racoes death toensue." When
Holy Land Into western Eu- that statement was made he does not
e perfumes for which the eat appear to consider the snail as one
time immemorial been re- among the great host of "orgnnlzed
The original home of per- begins for experiments prove that
was either China or Egypt In any or all the usual life coudlitlts can
t named century the priests of be removed In Its case without termi-
le of Hellopolls usnl to offer eating its functions
day to their divinity three kinds It I a fact well known that the com-
es, one In the morning, one mon land snall retreats Into his shell
and the third at night, the last on the approach of frosty weather In
a scent composed of qxteen in- the fall and that the opening or mouth
t., forming an ensemble called of the shell is brmetically sealed by a
The universality of perfumes In secretion which Is of a cilky texture
SGreece la known to every one and absolutely impervious to both air
embers the delightful descrip- and water. In this condition it is plain
the perfumed Aths of Roman that he is deprived of three out of the
in Bulwer's "Last Days of Pom- four elements of life mentioned by
from Hellas the use of per- .Ippert-vi., air. water and nourish-
spread to Rome, where, under ment.
pIre, almost every object was Taken after he has been thus handi-
capped for months, he may be plunged
the standards of the legions into a chemical mature 100 degrees
med, and the relarium of colder than the degree marked at Fab-
Iseum when the emperor was rehelt's aero and allowed to remain in
was dusted with aromatic pow- that chilly solution for weeks. Yet as
e succeMirve Invasions of the soon as restored to normal temlprature
aa led to the shutting up of the life is renewed, and the snail soon re-
shops with which the Eter- gains his natural powers, clips the
bad abounded, and until the sllken curtain from his house door and
Sthe renaissance perfumery no begins to feed as naturally as though
only vended by a few apoth- just awnkening from a winter's sleep.
.Its use. however, had not died tpallanzani kept a snall of the great
Constantinople, and at the fall beli family hermetically sealed in a
SGreek empire the Hyzantine glaNs tube from which all air had been
Sound that their Turkish con- carefully removed for a period of four
Were as passionately fond of years and two months, yet he declared
ery as they themselves were. that the creature regained all its nor-
t essence for secular use were mal functions within less than an hour
ade an article of trade In France after being exposed to a temperature
Rene or Rinaldo, a Florentine. of 90 degree.
oe to Paris In the suit of Cath-
de Medicls, to whom the French SOUTHEY'S GUILLOTINE.
likewise owe the Introduction of
etlonery and If malevolent rumor It Did Not .erv' the Prpoee* s
be credited the confection of at Which It W Mad*.
half a dosen subtle poisons. Lord Bouthey once In a fit of disgust
-i $.1 1 0 I - -h.41 .. f --- -. l- i-

is It will be a disgrace not to
when one Is able.
eu to get rich by making others
t will be considered a disgrace.
en the same standard of morality
be demanded of men as of women.
on the golden rule will be regard-
a the soundet business philoo-
oe all true happloess will be
I In doing the right and only the
will be found to be real.
pB the business man will ind that
it interests will be the best nlter-
I the man at the other end of the
o all batred. revenge and jeal-
will be regarded as boomerang
I inlict upon the thrower the In-
latended for others.
a the "beat society" will consist
* aud women of bralm, culture
aMdevmemot, rather than thme
*ei mer m t and dstincton Hea In
ssel of unearned fortunes--
is Magaslue.a

lek Liniment en Larth.
ut D. Baldwin. buperlnteodeat
Waterworks, Shell)er, Wie,
is "I bhae tried masy Bhid of
ets, bat I bh sever rselved
Sbe uta oil I oal d BealhlM's
Lilmeut for rbeha-mlei- m
6I Ithik it tbe b Ha lialmet o
, SfW0saad 1. Sold by W.


aad Mw
-F lam.
*r~~~~~~~~~ ^^ ^ iiia^ ^ ^^i
*^~~~8 o afaf

wi lire oha a magnincent Iguiaoune
erected In the drawing room of bis
magnificently appointed house In the
Rue de Luxembourg, at Paris. The
machine was an elaborate affair, with
ebony uprights Inlaid with gold and
silver. The framework was carved
with great artistic skUt, and the knife,
of Immense weight and falling at the
touch of a spring, was of ornamental
steel, polished aqd as sharp as a raser.
The spring whicb liberated te knife
was placed within easy reach of any
one kneeling upon the saffold. na fact,
every detail was arranged with a view
to the covenienc of the would be
suicide. The day that the engtae of
death was entirely finished Iord
Soutbey completed his tetamentary
dispositlona, abaved. had his hair cut
and. clothed In a robe of white silk,
knelt upon the platform under the
The guillotine was placed before a
large mirror, wherein the persoo cun-
mitting sulcide cold see his owa Im-
age until the last. Murmuring a abor
prayer, Iord Southey placed his head
In the msemicrcle and pressed the spring.
Tbhe nxt mornlng be was fbond
calmly sleeping in hbl bad. Te spring
bad failed t work. and after several
frultlhs efforlr Lord IRothey was con-
pelkll to relinquilb his attempt upon
his life. roughlyhy curnd of his spleen,
he preauttl the guillotine to the Glas-
gow museum.t wbacme be made an an-
nual pilrlmage to sew it until the nd
of his life.
Is ae D I. Ore sae.'r.
Oae upon a time,. bmn twhre was a
sor thibg as sugar -owver of olltpopl.
only think of It Iev* were of mas&
greater value than they are now. far
boney war then I chief If not tbe
only sweereto.r, and ws a ul Irrplty
IWd Il the n king of very fine cra-
dioe for altare and royal laent|L4s.
mS of the law, o of ai Irrvld ao
gree sad oflittle Wak dealt with
the ub)ecrt of twes,. wtirbh rwea bew
ampertaat as well as Industrawoo wert
tbhse by loaset trEvery owner of
bie was re nirrJd to d4etribSte Ism of
is boawy aamog h bin al)bor every
Inds year. Why? lieus e i beas
had gathe d c~thr aewy fro e
ep-iag rwwsrs an bi ,seOAMr
aada There was a *** *soea of 3ju
tle ar y!' Aad mne there e thm
W iM Shel to e It a, 4ljed all samJ
SIs goLe preset day
S"O oLes MW.w.
0**n... iS. roset isD oei family.
al td$an 11t I las my nmeshe,"
wmasi L B. Med of Harfne Me.
*'r am le eo yasm, rnbe, w e
Ies 1-ig e *sei 8 *o aM.s I
l sb=eDr. Km's r Ne* DiPam y
Snmp. w. hs nedW m,
esw edis m 10--0iee 1" N I Me. 60
440 iw a d k me 1 Mt. DSO.
b be imam" W s "s lse s uinbh1 m-10
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And solicitor In oEquity
Real Estate, Ooaveyaneing and Gea
eral Practioe. All blusaea promptly
attended to. Ofel next door to Sun



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Can sell your iAY property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphale,
trucking and faraag lands. Send him
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SW HlmetHappened and What is Going
\ (gi9p Towd in Short Pwagraphs
hi atnWHe Who Runs May Read"
... To Sun.
,' r".. am pffs. Keystone Bakery.
i "' .edles'ealling boards in latest style
0 soon ofice.
8. eselous of Alaehuo wa a via.
t her to this of ty yesterday.
F Mi Besie Brown of Waeaboota Is
visiting friends In tbbi city,
SOrder your Ohrietma fruit ashe
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
oft coal for sale In aay quantity.
Galnesvlle Ga aind Electric Power Oo.
Z. M. Bnnden and son of Hawthorn
were visiton to the county capital yes.
MiN Florrie.Jennings of Falirfeld is
to the city visiting her ulster, Mrs. B.
T. Orocbh.
Kalbleld's Famous Minstrelt at the
opera hbooe Friday night, 17th. Don't
fall to sa them.
Ceder Key oysters fresh every day.
Also all kinds of bottom fish. Davies'
Market, 'phone 98. I8
Constable J. D. 81ford of Newberry
s In the ilty, having come to attend
the seulon of the sooor.
Mrs. W. L. Poolnot takes her do.
parture for lamps today, to isi( rel.
atives and friends, and the State Fair.
Ira J. Carter, one of Newberry's
bustling young merehants, is in the
e4ty on a combined business and plea*s
are trip.
Quit artificial extratse and use Blae
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla, the natsor
al fruit flavors. "Takes less. Flavors
Miss Georgia Millner leaves for
Tampa today to visit her sister, Mrs.
Oampbell, and to view the sights at the
Sste Fair.
Reward-I will pay 1$0 reward for
apprehension and conviction of party
or parties who mutilated my Irrigating
plants. John M. Flowellen.
Now that the time for planting oats
le at band see 0. 8. Merchant & Co.
and get prices on both Texas red rust-
proof and ninety-days or spring lstok.
Hon. R. R. Weeks of Hawthorn,
chairman of the Board of Publle In.
struction, was among those who fa-
vored (4aineville with a visit yester-
Oaptain A. Poal has returned from
Jacksoiville, where he has been on of-
flaltl business in his oapaclty as spe.
oll agent of the general United States
land office at Washington.
W. T. Waters, who Is conducting a
truck farm at iockman, on the
(lainerville and Gulf. has returned to
his home, after a brief but pleasant
visit to his wife and son here.
larl Ward Pearce, the soted lee.
turr, will appear at Ihe opera house
on Thlreda) vtle:ing, ?November 10, for
the blnerlt of the Unlversity High
choul. He sadertisement in ikis Inoe.
RHniwnh,.r Kalbhrild's Minatrele are
"t, itih. .iod." A number of eceellebt
art.irs If )ou want to enjoy the
ervniin aiiiul thdie pc,,nisng of the the.
strianl weas.s at the opera bhue Fri-
day iveicing

Thei r.iidenc of it. F Jordan, which
is twl1itg colIst ru'tld t ill Myrt lep stet,
has assimed ille.vIe proportions. aad
the. onotraelotr eris*ctl to complete the
work in a few we ks It will I Loe of
tie ntir*t and nuot cuonrciierntly ar-
ranig d h(omni in the eity.
R J. I1llard of Jackssonville, the
clever reprvwrsatave of I obt larris
A Proi tobae'?,. Redertdvle. N. 0 is
workllr thle trade ia this ety. Mr.
'illarL hasa b.ea on the ad for utmne
tiIue. tad has many trlecads throgb-
out the territory in whtoh he Iravels.
The .Alltantic ('ttl Line rffrs a rate.
thIMalSvTlle lo 'rmpa and rev.im. s
oaut rlorida drat Fltr, olf t ;. tick.
en ae sale from the 13th. good to re-
turs after the lair Traia levIr
(fiaeeille at 1:.16 p m daily re*
J. A. Ueodwm. tookes ageSt ,for per-

Liberty atret aa tbeen msernally
Improved, the varm"e deprneeaone
frm UsGarde so Kae Masil tsee hav.
tln bees lled is witk liat Ioeki Tbhe
steam roller was pieLd ato emminisw
lad paekedIe iamI well, with the
ealI that the uestles sM tred ai as
Anm as tOhe e l W -hema

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O Iemrty radverie ane as
. ,*ATINOLA...
No ebanme tfefla or peeakre. The mam
only as tbeow n as v o a vld oofdasLa
Iw os*asIOIe twsbave vame ee par e
NAUOLA srareabed *oI ull
toIN d reudmed 6leers, &iv wlqa rtw a

td sid l. 8of1. s healthy. a ldeshr tores the
beauty of ryal.
Prieso M eta ad l1.00. Sold In eab ityr
by aJ tIadtw drnwag or by meAr
olrAsIr OILY aT
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
bold4n Ortoeville by J. 8. Bodiford
& Co. and L. W. MeOollnm & Oo.

Deputy Sherff J. E. Fugate of Ala.
ehus was in the elty yesterday on offl-
lat business.
Join the crowd and get ) pounds
greaolated sugar for 100 sent Iat 0.
8. Merhbant & Co's.,
Anyone having city or country prop.
erty for sale may apply to Orr & Steen-
burg, GaineTvllle, Fla.
Turpentine lase for ale at this of.
lee., 0 per doan, $8 per hundred.
Oash meot company order. dawtf
Miss Melva Williams bhu gone to
Tamps, where she will spend a few
days on a visit to her brother, Arnhur
Lost-Pointer gyp, with white and
black spots; tall slightly curled. An.
swore to name of Bill. Return to E. A.
O'Neill and aet reward.
At the meetsloof the Foreign Mis.
elonary Soelety of the Methodist
ohureb yesterday the program was
arranged for the week of prayer, which
begins next week.
We keep a good lot of Kentucky
stock on hand at all times nd have a
fresh ear every month. When in need
of good stock call on us. We d-fy
po* .iVtion. Orawford & Davis.
One of the nobblest minstrel at-
trations on the rood this aeon is
Kalblleld's, whieh will appear at the
opera house on the evening of 'ridjy,
17th inst. No adrsone in prices. Se-
eure your seats early.
If you wast to spend on evening of
rare enjoymeat sad help a local eduas.
tonal cause, attend the lecture of
Earl Ward Pearse at the opera hous
Thursday night. Bee advertisement.
Tiekets may be had at Aver's.
One of the maet attractive display
windows in the elty Is that of Maram
Endel. The display eompriseo gen-
tlemea's wool shirts and other goode,
and sows eaoniderable ttase on tbe
part of Fred Seawell. the artia.
We are in a position to furnish firat.
elas bean. eake and lettuee hampers,
also eabbag and anatloope orates
promptly as reasonable pries, and
garantee prompt shipment em all
eootraets hip on elther A. C. L. or
S. A L. railroads Willistoe Mans.
factoring Oo Williason,. I. dawtt.

CuMauua, TuMu., JMeS, 150.
Dr It. W. Hall. 1. Louis, Me.: Dear
)oee-Isto b wit pjear. tat I ree.
omaW ear Toame Wedr for kid.
sol sad bade trembles, as my wie
and mwVw IrL eed It sMd m*.
prrYJ i~07l trM 10

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-. velsw soub esmiwalGi
oiwf.wtk s. Pe um
kwmaead ,&hit olw.
me md JIee -M~~,YY Y
worn.,r~Y~' sqes-s Wume b
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Atwteyo 0. 0. Thomes of Starke i.
altendtti aoort this week.
E. L. Bowden, a prominmens rvery-
or o,f Lke Oiay. was a bueonese viaktr
to this eity- yfterday.
0.0. Booadtre of OOAnge BHelrbl
was In thoity yesterday and renewed
bie aoberiptio to Alachua's lumloary.
Mrs. H. Me0rOary has a band.
soae e rriag horse, pureharsd yester-
day from thbe be toek of Crawford &
Mr. and Irs. O. A Marks of Oalt
have prslraed to their home after a
pleases vfies to the latter's parents,
Mr.,td Mr. T. B. Ellie.
i. i4l ps. D. r. Jordan left ye
terd flrjJ mche, where they will be
ih-legee a the former's parents, Mr.
at W a (Chesut.
Wa. i, Oeultr of Bronson, severe.
ilary tf te Deoeratle Xxeuetive Com-
isttee of Levy oonty, was a business
victor to thb shy yesterday.
COM NI,. 0Y. 1, S19, a emload
of mslee ad hones as Orawford &
Davit', samable for all purpose, wbieb
they will oAt for sale at small profits.
Oome early wnd get the pick.
Oro.. Em. B ll of Jacksonville, rep-
resentlfg the Soutbem States Land
and Timber company, was in the eity
yesterday on business connected with
the United States land offle.
Workmen were engaged yesterday in
preparing the pavement, which haa
been badly dilapidated, on West Main
street 8. In front of the old Tennessee
stables, for a briek pavement.
We have a plenty of granulated su-
gar on hand and are still offering 20
pooode for $1. Oome anybody and
everybody from everywhere end any.
where. G . merchant & Co.
A speolal meeting of the Helping
Hands Sooloty of the Presbyterian
church will be held at the home of Mrs.
Those. P. Hay at 8 o'clock thei after.
noon. A fell attendance is desired.
The regular oonelave of Pilgrim Com-
mandery No. 7, Knights Templar, will
be held In Masonie Hall this evening
at 7:80 o'elook. Business of impor-
tance. A fell atteLdance is desired.
Meedames I. E. Webster and J. E.
Aesley left Monday for Lakeland,
where they will epend a few days as
guest of Mrs. Webster's daughter,
Mrs.. F. Merritt. From Lakeland
they will proceed so Tampa, where
they will spend a few days at the State



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One lot alee Rufflrd I.%re
Curtais at only 40e per t ur.
At other bra rMttier and l4-t.
ter oan at as y M0 pair. and
still aottr loIs of bfle ons
at $1 A. Tou must se them
to appree-ie them. Come
early a the lot woalt last
One ple Brows Towerler.
beewy ad eouos, ouly T tt.r
yard. Bay ol e4.
Oe* beedle olored Oatinr,
weMld b bs at yse, to
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Famous continental l Cedar Key Oysters. Drip Coffee. Western M.at-. Ser
vice Uexeelled. Ope Early and Late.

The (;ineaville Gas and Electric
'Power Co. nw hat a good supply of
sft coal on hand. Orders aolieited
and promptly filled.
If you have property and want to sell
it. see Orr & Steenborg. If you want
to boy, it would pay you to see them
also, ap they have some desirable sites.
For Hale-Pointer bitch, two years
old; solid liver color; good etoek;
guaranteed to give satisfaetio. Pree
twenty dollar. 0. W. Lewis. Wade,
Amcnnrg th visitors to this city from
Areher yesterday were Judge and Mrs.
A I) (hamiblin and Miw Lena Bauk-
n'ght Mr. Chamblin was en route to
Palatks on bhiiness, while Mrs. Cham-
Shln ard Mies HBaknight proceed ia
th, afternoon to Mieaoopy on a visit
It friends
SThe entertainment given at Joha-
son's Hall by Milloer & Caesar's mu-
Pical eoncert eempany, colored, Mon-
day wr*ning, was well attended by
whit- people and the performance was
qutei crediLable, the vocal artists aad
dtnsin hetinl epesially good. The ea-
te rprn re'alied quite a alee oam.
Y ('r,%wrfrd will return this mora-
e from K-not ky, where be a bees
ao purchho.e ea r o f saok forOraw.
ford a~ Deay. Mr. Orawford is ons o
the bets jdtes *d byer of hbrase
fleth. and t 1is neelees to mey that e
has a first eiam-mek. Tklt *oeak will
be )u exhibit.oa Nov. Iath. I .Q
M s A P. Morrow hk returma
from Phklad4lpb., whreshe o pe
' te *ommer delllthtreiy with sm,
At P Morrow 1M4 m ily. Mr. led
Mrs Morrow am ea, Ja3k. s s o
srm a e ei st h Diak, Le
sryte a- ,nie eb Deeote, ig
STh former will fei amn hie
*ds foo a 01mee9e o weeks, rdMbo
Mrs. MesewiA Ja si ibe W bOe
the wiah. US. M&. M iM w" bue.
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