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 17, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01025
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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council of Kutals, capital of the govern.

I IAKS both Count Wltte and the viceroy ad-
SIN RUSSIA ng gainst further attempts at eo SS

-Rioting Continue at Vl divostok.
d O hro of Auto trtburg, Nov. 1.-h Ites t l T bl Tr
ad Overthrow of Autoc ports from Vladivostok Indicate thlat Detail of Terrible Tragedy in

Ppire. the rioting has not yet been suppress
ed. Both the sailors and the fortress
artillerymen partlclpated to the out
INVOLVED break. The commandant lost his
head. The situation got beyond his
Social D1 m. control, tnd energetic measures were

taken until a large part of he city
had been destroyed. The entire pop
' ulatio ts seeking refuge on the ves
eels in the harbor.
Acco~Mins tn onn rew rt fmrm Vl *.

,China Are Recoived.


cause of nome Mliunderstanding s
tweW MisNlenaris and Natives the
Trouble Arss and Caused Chinee to
Attack and Kill Americans.

...... "-,- ....... *v ..... c ,aVUU. Washington, Nov. It; NM boycott;
Ivostok three hundred rioters, mostly Wablnloi Nuv 1I rV boyot;
Ipara and artillerymen, were killed no race feel bu' n. re prsouall
il quarrel was the ctue ,-'.it" ,heath of
or wounded during the first day of the quarrel was the caus tideath oi
Outbreak. the nive Amerlcan I':, ',terian mid-
slonaries recently at 1 it-how, In Chi.
WiN Ove Land to Peasants. na, scoring to the r, m iu. nue today
St Petersburg, Nov. 15.-5:30 p. m, to Secretary Root by Si c'..ntung LU-
-The Asociated Prees is Informed alng Cheng, the China s. Minister herve.
from.a high source that a ukase will The minister had wiht inm when he
be iMssud positlvly tonight whereby came to the satme de,.riiintut a copy
a large portion of imperial deman of a long telegram tliiir tbe viceroy
which oovers almost a third of Euro of Canton, bearing on iit I object. The
pean Rassia, and which at present Im viceroy reported th'ar lr. Ntacile and
the property of the emperor and grand Miss PaKler s, two of thIl missiona-
dukes, will be given to the peasants. ries, who caped mmas-acre by reason
Sof teirt temtiprdry alb iwnce from Len.
Jews Relief Fund Growlng chow, had just reacheti ('nton under
New York, Nov. 16.-More than $3;,- a strong Chinese guar i According to
000 was added yesterday to the fund Dr. Machle and his lnv stglatlums were
being railed In this country for the re. shared In ty the 'Am. riran consuls'
lief of the victim of what is described agent, the anti-Ameri.rn boycott had
in a circular which will be sent out to. nothing to do with the trageildy, and In
day by the national committee in thiS fact, that movement hail caused no
city, as the greatest calamity that has feeling at all nl that i e ,.(,n of China.
befallen Israel since the fall of Jert The trouble arose fit, the holding
salem. of a lhinese festival urit fair. As an
With reterday's subscription recelv lncidetd to this fair there ihlncwe erect.
ed by Mr. Schlff the fund being col- ed a pavilion or booth thlch the rml.
elected by the central committee here sionaries claimed overli.pped the uils
has passed the $200,000 mark. lion bosptal oomposurdl several fhoet
The millsonaries ordered the removal
WANT TO ANNEX ISLAND. of that part of the bu.:ding, but before,
this request ooold Ie com pled wit.i
Isle of Pine De ere TeSnemo-PI one of the mlsIlonaraf went Into the
tioe of the United State. grounds and aeled several small ren-
Nasilille. Tenn., Nov. 18.-6. H. non with whhln lalutes were being
Pearcy. vice president of the Isle of fred as a part of the estlval The"e
Pines company and a leading spirit In cannons were neal to, tw ascred Instru.
the movement to establish Indepen- mnea by the ('Phintr. Thwy were fine
dence of the Island and annex It to ly chased with *)mrtollic dI signsr and
the Unitel States. is a native of Wil gorgeously ornni nirdl for tali parole
liamson county, lis state, and a for. usla occasion. T1". ChineImr. h.blieved
mer resident of NaShville. lie Isa that each discuare hleiw away or de.
hrotcher of J. L l'earcy. consul to Co-1 Itroyed certain i, ignait spirfs not
ion. under President Cleveland's ad ering about tile :...* Conarcquently,
nnilntratlon. accordlnl to the I. ;,rt. the ptizure of
Lome. years ago Mr. Pearcy went to the ransons ,i, I at first c'nsnitra
Havana. Cuba. Whlen the exodu tlion aad then xal-.r and the III frefllrl
of rth Spatiarids began. he saw a culminated io th, aerk upon the mli
great fi.ture nl the Isle of Pines and alskarets and th, i d-flth.
he wrnt there and curedd options oa .
150.000 of the 740,.00 aeres of lead Prie of Coal Ad val.weg
oomprising the Island He thea.went to (Ch'bc o., Nov r; Coal dealers who

to Join Hands in Their Demands,
Another General Strike is
SPetersburg, Nov. lG.-The prote-
of St. Petweburg, has summoned
general strike beginning to-
This action was dcitd-
last tonight by the workmen's;
committee which is now comr
under the domination of the so
solutions whose leaders openly
that their ultimate object i.
tely overthrow monarchy anil
ishment of a Democratic re-
This also is the real aim of
others, the Social-Democrats of
but the proclamation issued
is in the background and ap-
supports the popular sympai
lish autonomy and the Indig
inst the applicatica of the,
seatence being imposed on the
dt mutineers. k The proclama-

imperial government continues
over our corpses. It court:
the bold soldiers and sailors
rCronatadt who rose in defense of
oir rights and national freedom. It
alreles the weak and oppressed for
e atalnanoe of martial law.
orkmesao'i 4oa 12lls on the
y protrliiat -f St. Peters.
renew the gelural political
.has already demonstrated
power la order to show better
arity with the fovolutIonary
ad sailors as well as with the
ry protelarlat of Poland.
workmen of St. Petersbug
rk at noon Nov. 15th with the.

with the courtmartial!'
with the dciath I)nalty!'
with martial law nl Poland
II Roussia!'"
mmittce has app aled to th,'
imtLee throughout Itusmna to
the movement and has a;ru apb
to the railroad men with th,
bringing about another general
One of the mot potent argRu.
at the mwetng' of work.
tes last nlght was that in
workmen will have their ef
behalf of the Itves of the mun-
to Increase the sympathy felt
workmen's eoae. and help
win over the army and navy

admll that tae priroe* are advanclag.
say It is dne to hiI fact that there Is a
ear famte and that sel asmo he
silppOd lan Chbirco fvr the amal re
glons. "The pr.te of iU l of coal has
advanced from 2'. o O eoatl a tea,'
said the manager tPf o eaJ SeMpOar
I*Te supy of etial os standilsg l
ears Oe the rartlul rta4d lIae Llitao.'
say the ftel d*l.- rs "woul aot lasi
asa hour ia nthe f of a sade 4
Imal Ir berriedln te-i n lb- geneaL
ly fol*tw'the Lsrt fall I mow."

CeeFIty Prevete a I- -Mep.
Matris. 0. Nov l..-lr 1. N. Bae
tM Tti ntd the exit;iy ij" aa itK wa
lftrgh her cursM my that eo dlisoam
awed a plot for a *aI-sale Jal doll
WrT. e pe.p thelIe g (he frub
bo of she tjll -i Mei a aTu Str.
M4 Neary Or:'I 0 tod tratl reo

r 1e. Smith and- esa1 d sewed
the sher priwm-re whh throes o6
dMt h efr arrm v allm srw,
th w"O e eviJa emei -01-6 awy

I __
Ow 11f11 ww Ipwt ,i iiO" *we
.m ma. a t" *S*
he ewe.ed boThe thy t-"er poh.

dealr. tw tcr a Ms oThr 1Le4
aw t. ytie mR peap ter, hre7 s
re sew a"4d *Mlea. ch W tet
Mteenaty fouss t. as 4 SeUs r id
Lo- s eat**I s Olt b-e-Va

W. ISw. yers 'if s*-Swi mI abl
ta.e a*es a". a d la 004w
e b* sl s Nwao b r 4t"D

- acy in Czar's En


SRevolutionists and

New York and formed the Isle 0o PIfe
company, which clo4sd the optlisa oa
bhis .:iolnga. and this company has

of freedom. practically dominated the country ever
of the delegates. who, having slnce.
quesuou of national economy
t I their mliad namely. bow WOMAN GIETS $1000 VIRDICT.
the Incomes with diminish.
protested that the potlUcal Famous Breech of Premie Case is
weem Interfere with the fght Ended in Chi*n&s.
ielgt-bour day. but they were Chicago Nov 1.-A jury today r-
My waved aside by the aerity turned a verr ct of $1,0D0 a haor e
Sdlaam tha t it would e irm Miss M '1 nflelnd aalast Jobh
Wih W d aW~ with tbhe 0comy gee. Q1Oell. a fl, tul r atdr'moan and a prom
n W-en they had iLshaed with the terat con' raor, fuor breach of promise

r i eocmmesced promptly at
e, qad Warsaw raUlrod nd
tlnMa d that an the other u
g*ile. As the workema of many
Beyond te Moeaow as
lrst Mant ke Mm USe dE s
ps hd to obWey the sMte man.

te peAtm pee- l orete
Ss&h purslatOd to the other
-l sutoe oa a luakewarm vs.
-a the s *ea of the werkmes .

lof ptU e isplae tWy may be
Iet o their ft -ad -tey
as twarted holdet oca.u
a Pte -ia t o ve
Jmiar a p moerastp -stion

m I J sIL a"sl- be-
aew -la I fwSt -lsil

-PAso "he Xing" O

m ao g 16 do a- t
IW.4"w Ivnw*Gu

of marriage.
The ran*' nu as In oR trial for Wev-
eral erks uad nal egelted auch L h
teree. MIss BelaaJ uas r smera)
years aas Innate of 4 O I'N1 's b o ad
otitnuod to1 real4. as hi b oeesM.e p
after toa diorrv of Mrs O'Xell free
hkr husbar. Ibh brawght s et caim
tog that 0 N.: ibad prmied to imar
ry her uad l*umaaeded *JW for has
ffI!e to ad4h-r to rk aMtract ISh
elarWed e1 had bMade wtth her
OPeftI dueled the obir*e abooltely,.
sad fought the esae* with eery r
asrwf & Isa puwer DWtl a the tLr
k was aoewa by t-b 6eId that
Ortl aa4 Mime Bests d ad take
trpe to Marquw't*. Mick.. ad ot

Creer Iled es i W8m04

lmmd mst e I s Wal *** llM se e

-.jf fvw~ bfe.v. 5. p. Mar I
glo to a nfrtf mt e
agnrbsee sme *** wa The


Hearst's Lawyer s S*ur Order from
Judge for Same.
New York, Nov. 16.-Cousel for the
Municipal Ownership League has ot>
tafed from Justice Armend. in the su.
ptrm court, an order dlrclting 'coun
ty Clerk Hamlltoq to produce before
the board of cotuty canvuaser the
original tally shetsr In his custody at
their meeting tomorrow. or, ItIefault
of Mo duonC, to 1show cause today why
he should not do so.
Justice Amend aSor restrained the
board of county canvassers fCrm tak-
Ing any r 'tlo with regard to the can.
vans of the votes until the questhin as
to the production of the tally sheets
and been decided.
It wisn clainml by hosuinte, that the
tally shett's wr re, n'cet .ary In order
that t;ie Vote night be piropii ly can-
A similar order wn% obtained from
Justive Dickey, in llrIooklyn. against
the canvan icrs of Que'ens county
Attorney Oenerul .May'r will uaiwar
before the grand jury axain today anid
will ar k'fr a large unlllls 'r of a tilllilon.
at Indlcrtents choargRin fraud In tin
election. It sl thought thoe Ire ,enta.
tion of evlilonce before the' grand jury
wWI takte all of the pr'esnl eek.




Will Pledgo Themuslveo Not to
Sell Fley 8taple.


President of Southern Cotton As-oi
tion Bays that Over Half of the C0Op
Has Been told and That Remainder
ls Worth More Money.
New Orleans. Nov 1 allowingng
the arrival of Presldent Ilarvie Jor
dan, the So0tthern Cotton nassocwtiamli
tolay perfected plans fur the taklui
off of the market of SU0po.O00 bales of
cotton by means of a series of pledged
which tne farmers will plin them
selves, eatingg their name and address
and thnt amount of cotton they will thUe
The corost held will not be sold for
less (tan 16 reuta poniil.
A icpreaentative of the assoclatioa
Is to be ent into every one of th
817 cotton producing countless of the
roolln belt *lt naa

Body of Murdnred Baby Found. ... .
Atlaoaa. Nov. 10. -4.ya on the Wheon the pledges are allied they
Atiaat, Nov. 10. -'lyItgl tn the
ground in the weods, with its throat w te sent to the central ofric of tha
cut. a little balby glxl was found near sas iuatlon aIn Aa .
the clty., and the coroner has declare4l tpr elInt Jw ra says tht half d
it to be a caie of willful and deliberate th ur opa already be sold at an
murder, his Jury recomm~dilng that average ofl lcests, mad the splnser
the governor offer a Ilberatlward for must ohave al the remaller. He be.
the apprehension of the murderer As Iloe*l that II eaotI per pound far t
soon as be was notified of tae1 fndingl nrmlader. o'f throp raa t f plr as,
of the dead body of the child Coroner and It will 017 av rge theO tlta
IThompson 'went to the place on t.'e 12%4 e**at while they hav based an
Peachtr.e roal. with Dr J W. Hlurt tb, r alu:ata oa (1reat eOtt
the county physlrian, and after em'
punellan a jury.' held an Inqlinct. lr UNABLE TO APPRAS UTATL.
liart examsalnd ithe body Itnd fund
thtr the iralll rne t havoy itnn svral Private Paper of Dead Bank Cashier
dayt old l-fore, It was klle.id r i lhat Are In Bad Muddle.
had reeatloed fronr a cut across the Plaburg, Nov. 1 -The privately p
tnimrt which had hben madli with pers of T'r L (Clark, tI; dead mal*
eflltr a rasor or a very e.,aip konlfe. ior of the KtIrrprlis National bel
-.. ....... t( Alrghny. which are now under
Georgia Melhodists to Meet. sanlllatii bcy tIl lappraslers appoo ed
Ne'wnan, Goa, Nov. 1C T':. North. l, determine the' valie of (ark's *s
(:')ila contf"Core of ileS .S.uhi t- 11r; I'*, are muld to show that tlark'
Mieths. t l I clcK-ipal chatr(h will I.e cltIJo f1 nsiacial Irintsa. losl a began
tmnred lii tie. Mithottl.l t irch. n.et seven& years agio, and lhat he wasI l.
Winedlal N,,ev t, I.) l,.hop W W t*',ritt'" d In many critlralrlons, laclud
tLJtncan, of the MEthnolita rchirch The I several nluing -.nturasA Amoag
urCetilng jto pnoxea t be Lone of the live.. h his holitdls at tnc, I*e of his death,
l!et Ia the nileosy of the southern it It sald, was a ,cilt Interest Ia e
cliirrh A nmlsur'n r o! f lr.tt ers are lt slris of gllh tre- K. lsetc.y hboreel.
pe(e- t.lo Cremc up w3lrbh will prerlipt &# 4onfl'!tin #I.s the papeiIe tat
?a:t a warnm disurtlson. (%lef amonu t el thoe st esive' have no Idea whoa
Lbtese thiag it l Iprobable will b the the) 'rax eit:elI tthe'ir wrk, or what
ervcral heresy enarges agalIt4 differ the' *V';. efr 1t,, r.'*. will be. T
*at mINistl4 r. It ls a soanardc by law),. fr fit, ,*sta, It Is s114, de
J. N thaw that he proposed to tabk *j 'i U "'r any of Clark's a
up the entargs against Dr H I Rra4 "Il. i'" *" hti, i""' rare mMOW,
ley amd light (the maU through to a *hit h tisi es in caild to Mrs Clark.
Salih. - --
To Punish Crlminal AuM|te1a
Truet Corany IS AdmnlteItrator I'tal' lls'r Movembo r I1.-The
New York, Neo. 1-Tb-7 UarolI "ht ""arr MrOkonBall, of St. Ml

?rII&A composy wa 7tefrdap app0cis
*# It nprsraily Sjmlmicrsaea of the0-0
late of iX,, rg1eMIS 4Am Ifec
90il Iolawood poe.d the metcth,r,
a t..porsry admIMrsiw Owrno er
498g. attoryor rw fte .'lte s
last, nmot *aIbb owe wemc .r110
inrtI Iportant farts wilbta Is h' ,i a
"alIeFM epto $t04 dthe wmeal. x %I I -es
I". MaW obe eridewn ior mar
&vos ow 4"apd *Maris's Mystotilm I

Tbftr po Apyutod
PS61M. x J"%f4., Three,
desiw wi i"n44A4hatSt Wsitbyi thm
bilaowd 9ha sty essre which both*
a of pwWhile TheoS'rr-fer family
wMM Mm ,It W-':.*e'vhis
Swother wctb o a8&d hr Irgrab '- I
be ~w wereip go".! SA&,hY3is41
Nentghm swho esRIOP0 1%- housew els,
tof4too e fal l..pt:,ebe ',St'fa v
Artuear.wbieb h&4 be-es .seav;*4 we
.lw" The cmv. PIainlitem, @oteac
smalll 0-41 11a#6 t As

otulowtv' t1,'-*r A aW. wag was
E&JA P* ) n u f qlLw- 1"r~

of It D'#sDf Arkes. Uh4

be had br b. &e. m4&toe &. MaSe 1
@br w iovid s&4 (68 aL 6&N"
bo The w a" uiss a 14% of I~


clme.'ta Ittiman Catholic! church. wad
an atprel (tor the most otrispet oaf"s
AIGunalt "Sutoamsob!e c riminale" O
t ohe- Wd Park beaetrsloeteday by
de-aring that a man woul be josh.
fe.i In killIng the "rmnla" aogot
who would erushOwt bir slfe,." vwb
0- Tfeffal'a Iap wI was mode we
%4 1eaded a 0adom lia ofb sbvmb mNW
as, phOpIrt yoQwng s W4aldee
Wlwhpe s~rd hum I be pork beaN
and4 pMMsstd a pet"IftoeeisWhl46do
u1111d1 wSw, madethat1064141Mson
be takes a~amstslistasam

Pa~dw to Pces ofe"Pe
1Osstaastsople VA S vus ,l
Ain. W-14-Pml fPsbaha 00ohiof
to am* polce, W1 the paam, w"
womeded tobe t hLe "@u of meO.
dp r bmbow raw. fT. mf t so
4"m sowseeboeg. so d S. 4!
Non *$tmax&sg Tbe bmbwee Ibn
rom Tlbe ree of a bf hef 0aR"
MAIof Iaho Pera ewemrfoas"ftbuiwee
0110m ,a a *earstesTihe st~m no
WlH1e Is etrth.S0d to the Armesia
0 bm Arasoa ws son uamvepd Is W
tosfrm whieb the momb Was "w
ftl be tbmree,

Ph Wipes Owes Town.
W. VA Nba 0, 14 -(M
**W so of c Sam# id seeko plo
6 ~ 6010*'tl 6 '. estmeo 4be
44~ OW asd m.a a ? P)to elas004 1
asm" Smame a 0bi 55,t o so*
~buwas Peet 44hfe"AOf 66
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In the Edinburgh Uni-
vrsity three human ungs lie
side by side. One is of an
t owd $ot $2,500 Eskimo and is snow white.
Sfor the D ki o R a s In life, this would be ruddy
with rich blood. Another is
LLED BY A. 0. L. LOCOMOTIVE that of a coal-miner and is
black. The other is of a town
6. .Lded Three Days, and Attract- dweller and is a dirty slate
;' : I.*r*at Deal of Interest in North gray, as are the lungs of most
:gi etion of the County-Many city residents. That's why
.sa Testified. consumption thrives in cities.
Jry in the eas, of Mrs. Ann O. One reason why Scott's
*against the Atlanti OoMt Line, Emulsion does so much to
on the ease, to recover $15,000
tshe defendant company for the keep down consumption is
ag of John Beach, husband of the because it helps to keep the
stif, by 9oe of the defendant lungs clean nd supplies
pesny's locomotives at High them with rich, red blood. It
SI ap,. Thursday returned a verdt takes the lungs germ-re-
fo r the plaintiff I the sum of 20. sistin If the bod is run
S Thea es has oeoupled the attention ssng. I te y s
o be court for the past three days, down and health is at a lbw
,ad a large number of witness have ebb Scott's Emulsion will
bees 0*talned. On account of the build it up quickly and per-
poeplarity of the victim of this mei- manently.
d, the ease ha attracted a gre at .- ...... ..

I de of lterett throughout the north.
m toeetion of the oouuty
I l/T Jury in this ease was as follows
L, Eddlns, foreman; M. F. McOook.
1 A. Jones, 0. Lewis, 8. M. Mixson
i ad RE. Huffman. The jury was not
106 more than twenty minutes.
.~After rendering the verdict the jury
I se discharged with the thanks of the
esort, and the sort adjourned until
t o'elook Friday morning.


"e torieal Meeting Kirby SmlthChap.
ter Highly Entertaining.
The historloal meetings of Kirby
t Smith Chapter, U. D. 0., are always
egs tli enjoyed by the members, but
| ll-held at the reeldenee of Mrs. J.
Orhmbam Thursday afternoon was
a' iof the most Interesting and enter-
(intgla l the history of the soelety
hwaew was a large attoedanee and the
:l illal of the State president's re.
| ,ws of the meeting of the national
Samoeatilo at San Franelseo was at-
t0 ively listened to and greatly appre.
led. Mrs. H. H. MeOresry read a
Wpsr on the "Women of the Coafed.
1 '," Mrs. F. R. Seawell pave-a de.
S sesl e teb of the Florida room at
!j i' aiMeLoI mueom la Rlobmond,
l dL, an Mrs. J. F. MeKlnotry, Jr.,
,rt tialaed the members with an out.
H;' I of the monumental work.
A pleoasat feature of the meeting
Swi' the malte by thoee abarmlag
aIepi on the piano, Misem Ida 'Burk-
e' I and Myrtle Fenaell.
S A the oonolualon of the exerelse
So hostees served elegant refre h.
I a ,e. Mrs. Graham never falls to
sk her gouete feel at home, and the
l, ads of Kirby Smith always hall with
d. light notl of meeting to be held
a her remdenee.

Ateu Woodward, Charged With Selling
Liquor, Was Arraigned.
The eiroutl eoort was not the only
tibsaal grinding Wednoday, as Judge
Masob had a little man* lan bhis of-

SAlx Woodward, a negro of Arober,
was arrested by Deputy 8beriff Curl
spa a charge of eiliag liquor ia a
dry meonty,d was a rraigned before
SJ8dg Maon upoe that Charge. After
Sbeata the evidence In the ease the
d Aftodant was required to give bond
I t he oum of 800 for his appearance
S. ben the grand Jnry, sow in essilon,
. a in default woet to jail.

Roux Mill Sold.
D. M Phlfer, who ha been rraidiin
S la his city for the paes few months.
ha purehaeed the grit mill and wood
i, d of Riou Bros East Masonic
sMeo(t, and will eostiuue to op,,rate
e am. Mr Phifer came to Oaine.svlle
r te Windoer and to well pleased with

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II. A nBow eOPr rU3~ NewwIL, Is often sP great as woman's. But
Those. 8. Austin, manager of The Re.
DISTRIBUTION ONE MILL TAX. publican of Leavensorth, Ind., was
not unreasonable, when he refused to
Amount Apportioned to the Several allow the doesors to operate on his
Counties and Average Attendance. wife for female trouble. "Instead," he
The State Superintendent of Publie says, "we eoneloded to try Electric
Instruction has made the following Bitters. My wife wae then so sick she
semiannual apportionment of *a one- sould hardly leave her bed, and five (6)
mill school tax fund for the h. f year phyiiolans had failed to relieve her.
ending November 1, 1906, the rate per After taking Elecirio Bitters she was
pupil being 88 oents: perfectly cured, and can now perform
CouNTia,. Av. ATTENIrAN ('. AMoUNT. all her household duties." Guaran-
Alaohua............ 4219 8601 77 teed by all druggists. Price 50a.
Baker ......... 712 500 96
Bradford .... 1868 1587 99 A Fantastie Duty.
Brevard. ... 62 488 06 A fantastic duty falls every fifth
Calhoun.. .. 618 612 94 year to the lot of the mayor of t.
Otroas .. .... 670 478 10 Ires in Cornwall, England, when the
Clay ....... 76 600 25 bequests left by John Knill, a former
Columbia 2887 1961 21 collector of customs, are distributed.
Dade .... ... 1419 1177 77 Accompanied by the borough mace
Det ........... 46 i bearers, he has to walk in procession,
Duo.o .289 4722 70 with ten maids dressed In white and
D.ten old widows, to the monument
Esoambia ...... 8680 8012 90 known a Knll's steeple, round which,
Franklin .. 616 611 28 to the strains of a fiddle, he and blh
adden.......... 2 28 27 82 strangely assorted companions are re-
Hamilton ....... 1896 1167 85 quired to step a measure. Then the
Hernando .......... 52 4876 7 bequets, which Include 5 for the beat
Hillaborough... 6827 4421 41 knitter of faing net and 5 for the
Holmes ...... ... 1291 1074 02 beet curer and packer of fish, are die-
JaHkon ...........4169 80 tribute After this the trustees ad
Jefferson ....S 00 R journ to dinner.
LaFayettee ...... 721 509 48 A Mas. e as. wre.
Lake ............... 14 1182 "1 e been trylug that physician yoo
Lee ........ 687 44 71 recommended so highly to me."
Leon ...... 8426 28438 L "Ah! And you found him all that I
Levy... 180 1128 80 ad, reliable In every respect, eh'
Liberty 425 862 75 "Well, be assured me be would put
Madison 2868 2878 29 me on my feet inside of two mouths."
Manatee 121 1021 78 "And did he do It 'r
Marion 421 49 "That'st what he did. I've just sold
Maroe .... 41 8425 02 my automobile in order to pay hbl
Monroe .. .. 904 826 02 bil."
Nassaa.... ... 1888 1147 89 -b--
Oraose 3.74 1721 42 Cie m v.
Oeola ....... 784 60 72 Get out o' the valley o' Deeolatils&
Pao .. ..... 879 7 57 It' only a step to the MIe of Jey,
Polk .... 10 where the sta are shbntg and th
Putnam ........... I 1847 meralug b k in aplador to the mu-
Pte of the trumpets oa Od.-Atlaata
St. John.......... 1184 941 22 o tlt
8t. Lele. 4090 8 47 a atit o
Santa Roas .... 164 11T 84 Beat Liniment on Earth.
uamter ... 1121 00 48 Henry D. Baldwin, Suoperitendent
owanonee .. 2 9 21684 Oty Waterworks, h8allberg, Wis,
Taylor .. .... 819 7 77 write "I have tried many kinds of
Vollsa 2138 1706 M liaimeant, bet I abse aer received
Wahulla. M 7 806 m h beaels oail I asd Rallard's
Walton. 1878 8I M eaow Liaimeat for rteUmati m aad
Washlngton 1 n 1IS 867 potas. I think it t beel lnlmomet on
-- earth" e,OeandPl. Bold by W.
M4148 i661 666 W. Johnseo.
Total Amount for Appor* T W g .o
tloament 7 Keeker-It coets ao m* ore to-
Bal. la Fund not Appor- ew than It sed to. Neesok--it
tlo...ed. 4 It's wW a mort to t ew a tt
W. M. HOLtAWAY. to _
State Sopt. Pub. lest. 'tW me eot ov el w a emar
--- .- kiew noatu after p-eay p bo wm
A Dioaatroua Calamity. latraded.

It is a dilastroas alamity when you .-.
lo lour health, tbeaone iodigesetlo 'I Thank so Lordr"
and oanstlpatioa have apped is away. Oried Hamah PlaUt of Little Rook,
'rompt reUef ear be had t1 Dr. Kian's Ark., "for the relief I grt ftra Beek.
New Life Pills. They b ild op your lea's Aroleke alv. It eIed my ferful
digestive oregas mad cre headashe. roeaalgere,, whias bh-"ut lgeew id

OI eoange. le hae a areI deal of en. Oiasiaee, solle. 0 omelIUpat. ele heao, sad f om whihb I 1 3goe ed
ieia to the future of the eity and tGuaranted as all dris esomeeie; e for lyeoae." .is aM uelsel
ah that it will etatiurue to lead as, or e as, br'ga a w.I as.* GrMa
te meet important interior town ai Important Land DekL as a ldru sso u U
bhral. M t ireeo of OeJ a bua purebased Oy OBeceor Fe O ers.
H me Cchs.m if M. Phietr a Me of tdr. We h e a sem beo at ep*Io "
*ng three r uudr d utx M ai O ReS ers' City Dimr"e"Oe te oo as The
Two peOeaM& oekabee have be.n T* sraet ris heavilyrUtbend. udgl it -w. Is is 'a y rsiie
turomd eat rom the shops of the so understood hat the mew owoer will Ma ek ee Is nkms
OtlatsvUde d 04111f railway i thisr eablish a ewmill sad tie eW p upoM s gl b, t eo ~ eN1lies
eid, after a thesoag omveuulinga ad sI he sam.BiW mew aMase 1b1. Pta11 L6
eglatiag. Thoey ane m to Set- Ises -o
editwoe and iII t be ap ted ty
he urav.lig pblbU. rT -
A Quaraneed O we or Pf a OY 1
aIte s. blind, bhl ps*e*tia am a tW 2W uai w

DWenA6. .fibmpe


_._'e.. ,.,ii ,i,.r a 2nvantee which

It Li, l '" .... .... *.B ---
meat 7 r,, u, can choose between this
remedy and a li. *'
I"r had r,; r '. n e has been a misery. Doctors
jailed to rel.v i. : ) to nove without assistance. I
began G. F. P. I male Panacea,) took two
bottles a l '' I It is now keeping me up
so ca: n i :n improving steadily.
.,I,'. ..,' ,i MCDANIEL, S.eades, Fla.
Iat c.. ':rutc istS3.

Gci3(CL t'Iediciait Co., %
C I'r'a r T.'. e 'ionn.

This puarantR o ?'th,' i' : y .i odrugist to refund the pur-
chase price of :a 1,t'', ,! (.t P. ( Gerrtle's Female Panacea)
to any woman wvlho bj it ....1 is not benefited by ita use.



The question
of Title the
first consid-
erat:on for
the investor.


Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.

Aeats for Non-Resident Land Ownen; P o la ef 0stlee,
Toaa, Etc.

References: First National Bank of Gaineeille. H. F.
Dotton & Co., Bankers.

MrT WALIZeBH3T 180o.


Sea, Islad. Cotton.

Sea Island

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
Leather in Strips or Sides.


Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.

GalnesTvlle & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table ina effet September 2, 1906.

.. ... --- ---- i -- .,

No.. No. 1. '
Daly Daily. STATIUNS. n:
*i l

a.. S

Ir I

S o ........ .............Falr ..'.. .Ar.. I s
10 ..............d.. Irvne ...... ... 10
3 0 .. ....... ...... D Hic...... ..
5 8b "' .... .Lk leop ...... .. 1
4 .. ..... MidlOp ....... ...... 0S
4 O D ... ..... . .a ke . "'. . .. s
1 o ....... ....
41 ....... u....... k ....... ...... 1
"o 8 0 "t': ^ ^ ^ *"*o c* { 2 *
4 . ... .. .. " .. ...... ........
4 L 6 "40 . .... *e*tt*- **.. .. . .. 1

" t S A y e. L
..... .. ...... Ik Peai 12 ;
8~1 p.. i ., I ~,..

GOL.... O I ...... -~tn .. 1 0 .... t is l
sam a, S,. ".430 ,-
S.w .......

T Semi 4 A mwurn iiej
.... 1, --- I1a

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IPNJletm t f Children.
The politenes of chlldreni is only
skin deep. Owe cannot help sympathlz-
Ing with the little London girl who
said sleepily to her bostess at a party
she had not been old enough to enjoy.
"Please, win you tell me which is the
lady what' iving this party, 'cause I
promised mummy to say, 'Goodly
thank you very much for the nice par-
ty,' and I camtt go home till I've said
It, and-and I do so want to get away
from this borrible place!" But one's
whole heart Igo eat to the little boy
who, having reatly enjoyed one small
Insut9clent ecoeolate, was asked sharp-
ly, "Well. Jehiuy, what do you sayr
"More" answered Johnny.
oft 6 the sas.
We sometimes eea a huge ring or
halo round the moon, occupying a
space in tbhebeavens so large that nipe-
ty moons' brmadth. would but just suf-
fice to pan It. Yet the body of the sun
would ill all thatppace ere we bad ap-
proached within 2,000,000 miles of him.
Once on his apparent surface were we
permitted to travel thereon and with
the speed of an express train It would
require fire whole years of contlnuons
journeylnl before we could make the
circuit of this orb.

Man's Unreasonableness


Any woman who neglects female trou-
bles which could be cured, simply con-
demns herself to the life of an invalid.
F. P. (Gerstle's Female Panacea) the great rem-
edy for female disorders, has stood the crucial test
of time for scores of years, and has always been so uni-
versally sfuccesfulin th treatment of women's diseases that we are
selling it under a uln' t-bwal: guarantee. Nothing could be a better
test of our cnfider.c iH his preparation, and no offer could put the
medicine to a se..rr t:ral, t F. P. (Ger tie's Female Panacea)
upholds its past repu'at"l'no p'rfectlv and infallibly that we make
you this guarantee i'!a i-al a'(1 goo I f ith:
cGo ,to r ,' ', a( b ttlr f G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female
Panncaa,) t l t i a ti,,1' I,. t ,d ( ( '1 then if /ou can trul 8say you
receicvtd !o b ,Jit, ,':.. ,/, i ,Oxca pjl botle and get your mouy.

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-00#Wf OoiN~SE

M.. DeP of Archer was
ty yaterday.
P. Morris of Wa'do v a4 Fleu
visitor so (ainesville yetierdnay.
D. D i ohey of Jacksonville wi
tend at the Brown House yeste

ne ha been a large crowd of peC
a the elty thia week in attendance
then esion of the circuit cour
r. sad Nsn. 8. O. Clyatt of Otte
were in the city yesterday
*ftMr. and Mrs. L. J. Clyat
S. Thompeon of Archer, a oueoces
,was In the city yesterday
|M d at The Son offie to renew
ae been several cars of vitri
brsle brought to the city in build
nmewidewalks. There are other
Snee repair.
JOarey D. Rogers, a prominent
ihlyioian and surgeon of Jack
elie, has returned to his home, at


*Vell to friends here.
bar Sale-Pointer bitch, two
) solid liver color; good
Btoed to give satisfaction.
bty dollars. 0. W. Lewis,

puty Sheriff L. E. Storey of Wind
I the city attending court. ()O
Storey has a number of eases. for
Beged illegal sale of whiskey, be-
grand jury.
football team of the high school
a good house to their entertain-
on Wednesday evening, elearing
ha money to boy uniforms for
i men on the team.
M. Obitty is spending a day or
with relatives at Micanopy.
ads pf Arthur Chitty, who has
quite ill, will be gratified at the
action that his condition is im.
Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity
reh will meet at the residence of
.D. O. Warnerat 8:30 o'clock this
oon. A full attendance is desir-
urgent business will come before
aranty deed and mortgage blanks
sale at this office, the form used in
oha county which saves money in
rding. $2 per hundred or 50o per
by mail. Cash must company
r. dawtf
e of the nobbiest minstrel at.
ltioo on the road this season is
lbleld's, which will appear at the
ra house on the evening of )riday,
h imt. No advance in prices. S--
re your seats early.
The house of August Weosk$, East
rinsville, which has been under
onse of erection for the past few
khi ba been completed and will tw
opled by E. C. Jones and family,
ho will move to this city from Palm-

Dr. Wilber Lassiter departed yester.
ty for his home in New Orleans. after
several weeks delightfully spent in the
dy as a guest of his mother. Mre. Joo.
Z. Dell. Dr. Laslter is an old Gaines.
Uile boy and his sojourn here was
Smade pleasant by friends.
The Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate,
Oaimsville to Tampa aad return, a-
eems Florida State Fair. of $4.76. tick-
otneasale from the 18th. good to re-
Sra after the fair. Train leaves
Oalgowervleat 12:16p. m. daily. See
.J. A.~oodwia, ticket agent, for per-
We are io a position to frnish first-
ie ees,. ukes ad lettoee hapers.
embb ge aad eanatloupe rates
promptly as reasonable prices. and
S rstee prompt shipment on all
-esmtmet. Shlip either A C. L. or
4. A.L. railroads. Willieton Mann-
As-ruia Co Willietoa, Fla dawlf.
T. L nPle, e of Newberry. eoior
memberoft Me Ira of Pieskl & Some.
*masereos eof kImber, passed
*"s the tly yesteedla e rote to
JahmMv1let. Mr. MPtke eu ate hat
I e-able tiumbae Isrn Me in she vi*
e411ar s tllf Moo, whre the mill tk
stSd, and he expests soos to mak a

0.0. Hdie, s. clever trave>ies
eomesn e the a Hh e ,us
a -- r,J is ,i arrivd ia s3
p .sea s ,emsi, d ev pend .a day
-r or M o M bWeh lybase Mr. 'Jd.
-eetaew n e ase dm t ofs bau l-
am- he hbbn s bb oe ry waas rr-

Ss emtoa ia*ed s the avee.i
*.im6 *b, m ,, Gum, paig ..

sMr. Gm i ibe bein.
,I l III 1 111 r ,i i,|

17, 190t


u Hl r ~Prominent Ctiean of Quincy, Mich.,

n DAY AND NIGHT ist.Ao.a%9!, ALI I T
I;Alrville is Hl. A Otav.a .a leolini l G K
"- AN D N II u huiness men oad Iagti ,,O tIe Ui it, d. MY ,
StSate Eipr-s CompPnR, of Qj.inCy,
as Mihbigan,
r- Lady Suffred Tortures with Itching Mr. oraee i. so.in. aw of Prof

S cur Ointment and One Cake of tviiLt Prof. math. He i, well pleated I l L
e cur Oinet and On with what he ha s eu of the city, and
. Cuticura Sap Cured Her. took oloea lo I a visit to The Sua
_r offe to ompliment the people o0
Their thrifVand energy. Will do more for you at
t. WILL NEVER BE Mr. Grave owe, onpiderable real
estate at sWlldwood. anwi experts i a
WITHOUT CUTICURA day or two .it l that torn. From W J
y____ Wildwood he will proceed to Tamps, I
w where on Tuooeay ilght he will attend *
"My scalp was covered with little ,the tn la of the Shriers. Hole I a
Spimples and I afftered tortures frotht gIatlema of pleainrg ldres, lever
the itching. I was scratching all day and sooelae, sad has made many
Sand night, and I could get no rest. I friends he.rwho will regret to Mo him
washed my head with hot water and leave
Cuticur Soap and then applied the leave.
t Cuticura Ointment as a dressing. One Neuralgia Pains.
Sbox of Cuticura Ointment and one cake
of CuticursSoap cured me. Now my Rhematism, lambago and solatl
head is entire clear and my har pains yield to bte penetratingl (l. than at any other storti in Middle Florida.
growingaplendidly. Ihave used Cut-. *ne of Balard' Snow Liniment. It _
cura Sop ever since, and .all tehu n oie. a
be withoutit. (igned) Ad C. Smi penetrates o the erv d b ,
S309 Grand St., Jersey City, N.J." and being aborbed into the blood I ts
s helllog properties are ronreyed to ev.
ery part of the body, aid effect some :
CUTICURA GROWS HAIR wonderful core. 26, rc and Sold
byW. M. Johnson. Don't MiChance
Crusted Scalps Cleanied land
Purified by Cuticura Soap Kalbfield's Minstrels.
The opening attraetin at the opera
Assisted by light dressings of Cutl- house will be the famoiu Kalbfleld's
cura, the great skin cure. This Mistrel, which appear on Friday
treatment at once stops falling har,r
rtmoves crusts, scale, and dandrl, night, Nov. 17. Mr. Kalttleld has sor* Hundreds of people have profited
destroy hair parasites, soothes irr- rounded himself with an exzellout
tated, itclg surfaces, stimulates the company which numbers thirty white by Rvilinig tltnelv of this great
hair follicles, loosens the sclp skis' t of whom hive ey v tpuelntolvt of this
supplies the roots with energy anr ll of whom have a repute
nourishment,and makes the hBr Tw Lion in the mietrel world. moneysving event now being of.
upon a Sweet, wholesome, heIthy The first part is a superb eone, the
scalp when all else fails. magnifloent oaery being a mater. fer i th ublc
Complete external and Internal, fere the public by
treatmetfor e very humour, from stroke of the seeole artists' ability.
treatment for every humour, from *troM ol "* eB rl"1' wm^ '
pimples to scrofula, from infancy to while the soetawe are tbth new and
age, consisting of Cuticura Soap, beautiful. The ollo, our of the main
Ointment, and Pill, may now be had feature, is somposel of Clark and
of all druggists for one dollar. A MeCollog, Pieree, Cahill, Spellman
single setis often sufficent to c and Garre, Geor on, Co
the most distressing case. and Oarrett, George l,.-ton, J. Con.
conk-eur RWliaraT.l o mull, s.imb elCe.wer Oer, Oharles Williams aIn Joe Elliott.
Owed4 Mil. Cuklu o.ttma rs o tsei um ha- k g g
i..s.l i tkr . t wr r PAMl caii.Cw. A Raud noonday parade will take
mons...eui xsw ,awr ash place on day of perforfmane.

.. -- -- if tAhe aby Is Outting Teeth
and sign painter of ability, while Mr. Be sure and aoe that old and well .- -- -.... -- . . . -- -
Shackelten makes a specialty of paper. tried remedy, Mrs. Winlow's Sooth .H
hanging, etc. Together the firm is a ng Syrup. for shlldren teething. It
"whole team" and dtI-rve the pal. soothes the obild. iof,.n the omS. G I
ronage which is being extended them. allays all pal. eur, wind nolie and is Retallern ad Jobbers ta
Parties visiting thi4 ilty from New. the beet remedy for diarrhoea. Twev.
berry state that a protracted meeting y-llie sente a bhottl.
has been in progress at that place in Bids Wanted.
the Metiodist ehuroh for the past teur
days. rhe mretin. which elodd Toe. Bids re wanted by tih Boerd ofb-
day, was ii ehharce of Rev. Mr Cul-. Couttl comi..,""",.rs of Al..bu l frd S W IMid Ferlz a.
pepper of (;iorgi. Man1 y 1 seelionu county for the sirvicees of two road ov.
were made ." the ehureh, and alto- ereer for the e, ning year. Hide SOUTH SIDE OSQUARIE. I OAINESVILL I. LOMIB
gather the meeting proved a most en- must be handed to the etrk of the elr. Highbet market price paid for Chienles. Ee sand other Pr4Aloe.
joyable and bhneflcial one. Mr. Cul. colt ooort not lnter than Monday, Ie.
ember 4th, l U I he Board reervee
pepper will ,pend a couple of weeks th" hO ri 9h .i r.r1 By and all bide A complete sto of Hay Corn, Oase Flouw, Bran, Meal, Uotton leed Mol
High Sprinas. whee he will conduct t .rr the board ths7h a We had b le ol Lthe i RrY IT Oods at the LOW
services iu the Methodist church. dal of Novembtr. i PT PlOUt. ad Isarua eefe0 o al- ao.
J O DAiIric, O' n B'rd (,t. Uom. i. .... ... I
On account of the annual meeting ttesm: 8. (. WsC a.. Clork,.
of the Southern Educational Asuoi- ei- ta bita e S 1Ck7
atioo, which meLrt at Nashville, Tenn., Bids Wanted.
November 22-25. the Atlantie Coast A the het rr r meeting of bthI ITI D('T "T & '(lO
Line Railway ha ar.amgd to sell B-Merd of Oounty C'romilseloere. to be 4 -
ticket. at one fir.t-elass fare plu held on Tueeday. Ileosmber 8th, l06,
twenty.flve cents Jor the round trip. Ids will be ree.tved for hire of eouo.
These ticket, will he on ale. November t e, vie.s for ,,.u.ng pear. All bd2i!ds r L
0th and 21st; fln limit of nime ,houd bee ealld and addreMed to 8. iS.
will be Norembtr 1 nh. For full rI- H. Wienae(, (orentl Olerkr. from whom
formnnatlon or sleeIio'n ear reaeerattoee ay desired infoirlaltlos ean be ub.
*ee Atlantie Cast Lice aentsor write gained. The rrght to re)est any Iad aseeeiir T r .ui--ie-- -
Frank H.yln. Pa er DA.rm,. c',h'. B'rd Co Coi raSsv mS ~asr =
Algnt. Jacksonville, blorda Atteest: H WArsus, Clerk.
A letter frnrm Prof J II Brinaoo, -. ------ ..
formerly of thie ect' but sow of Wi.s*O0
ter Park, where he holds the respos.l
ble p..i. at :.t :f rrf.,..nr of the o l 1
mereial d.,trunen.t of Iollias Oollege, l llB TRA T 0 nLn CO 1N
dlreet ICat The s e hand from
Os',,rle- to that pl5e. Prof. Bria. Paintri,
eoa tat.. that while he dislike vr| Deo~ratos d l
moeh so I-r.e (ia>n'muielle. he ,s very Paper Hgws. fI lsoIno r ete

eomfortat y situoatd to Me se home, w I sE E. VO%~E GI T
aNd adds that he eereial dpers. a ain . Oeill f. E'. VOYl ore wr
mes .,f R Il .ics (ollege is oreFishl. -- Able a# Tihm sad Oell aferaua wearal"l dl lads l tI
ther e b an auesdade of thoin;y All kLind of oa,.4e a*m d LeWd-e work ie Our tmaer has lied lI StoSh a dl
trumplt 804 "0411F en =I6l0"
per ent morv in this department tha n prwmptlly a1d usl1y ese et l. I thoeogly a-veM- iti s.
ever before
-r PAPER HA .ING, ** liON WrIT.
A toelsam reened yeetd "dSay by .. J.INR ( SOINAPIX WAIT I -I
U. Meeins. at the oe of whom* J. e I
H. Coblbe*. e night wasbhI a AOIIT BULAa IIm I IDi aAs. I.
Kelky'a mill. ded a few ightie ago, IIa I _LI.. aAiDber IofA a I.l.id ..N.. AM..
bears Inforr.oo that lhe fly r*. Tf AL STATB AID Ote ..LO .
viSia relation of deeeesd tI ta e. X iLO l
bwho re.diretg im n Ur Cu- .,, -- d-I A&"

obw We mbt oI sme wr
whisk rua rashr sadica. es o he re
know ahveshe s omot Itbead a hm=L0.
o rI tg. shboe the, were laei.This
to" p w* setThe &ua, s.d
JOb Wo)Idee- e OfmIeo Osy. *he
w as qama'd rwith she do d,

SesbeerP OW ls. w,
Tb Pebea' tar Laos 1ess be
Ws w ran belveo waft ma
Tomq& es*sast& em Wwo am
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M. PBW I *tt...* t. Cf.atrO Nr oo w.m
onma(t ; X0Ta rBBOCX.

-N' e lay, werd byoCdtayirr 1n toe dty, or
aiWd te ary part or thMe tatkitates toae
Po&l sa Yeair;p c i Onft miet ws laoseM

i, aotica local colu nor t a *tim,
l tMrtion. ando meat fam o M

rl4e ptry adver tai t adlthe ke
e ame-Weesk iartois eI t anes. torty.

prus Gpai ^asaesy M.LbyP7 ..
t0es, ate sad sawsA sr, ad winl be

p A eral ih people are te horterlt

of aMy la the world. That may
ao1on why Alfonso w t ka to g

he's toong.

f remaon why some olour best
men dpay rt d i beeroa ist
1 mo to pate a ~rla. TIhe ad.

Sbriah people are the oo d prte.t
I ;lof any In the world. That may

re a manwhy Alfomen wan to ol
| *lle he's yoong.

I,,.f rason why some oLour beet
men advertise is because It
Mtwo to Veke a bargain. The ad-
at brings the seoond parmy.

orea are many men who can tell
p bolu running somebody else's
who never had enough busl.
about them to have one of their
Stol maragaoe.

.,e sid that oae of the men ea*
with piek and shovel in tearing
alon a treet raised his pilk to
a blow jost s the while blew
1t o'elook, and being tree to the
pli of all aity employee, qult
olort and left the piek sos
il the air until time to begin
after dinner.

'A sa who had heard the onana.
I4l "Why 1 a married mas likt a
I aOt" sad the answer "Be1*oe his
*r-half to stabbooneas," thought
WseeiM get the joke on beh wife. He
lpmllnded the eonundruam, but wau
|lWurteMd to bear his wife's reply: "I
iti know oalme it is because you
roWs bore that way."

STh ucalon rganalatilons i the oem
OW ot the railroads of the country,
-iglSeMaof the engineers, firemen,
i'-an eors, swithbame and trailmen,
te presented a protect to President
se lo velt. oppoolan freiht rate legte*
Iates. The oeal miane of the Soth
a:e ales opposed to the measure. Ev.
my o"a minor south of the Ohio river
Saepected to go into the union to op.
se I. .

S OCals is having umerous objets
l asesa of late on the tempereaog que.
[ti The death of a man named
Wer w from the elffe of the greg
odid other, and the shooting of naother
,11t a few days ago, whieh was brought
A -el by liquor, are vry timely for
t; e bmeinees men whosllgned th pe.
Men, fearing that their business
V M be rulind if they got local

Ye cana's tell who will bI neit. Hna
Svam wa very eager to establish a
sarile quarantia* against Florida port
Sbly a few weeks ago, but now the ia.
W Mi have been turned and we have a
Saaoe to keep oat the Cubans

It is gratifying to kno that after all
t talk aId supposed progrw on the
'.1sta s anal. "'aual" work will tb
S,4 meeaWd In a few months at least.
k, --
I Daily Ilmoerat of live Oak
awl akipad as Issue on t aeounot of
~b lf hered o'l. You eaa' keep a
a" maSdoe..

.' Tliha W. lawoo thas bea arems-
el Slee mlrW ad tbel. He tibooed to
et sItolethli oat of h i Imtgaste.

STb *ew York ale0 ea will oan-
the vo efor ma1e. IB who eill
"N"S the aldermee?

J Fk Fromt o mon Wt -- he
Tell Jak, eve ia *i4-MM.


For omie monti lia Postal Tele-
gaph0 C6ble Company bhas ben
tryla to anAf(az y wSra *hfoti
Florida. The Western Uniono has b
prmetislly a monopoly'of the buelaea
for mrny years. It has contrseat w~l
the raidroads over whoea lines la raS
Its wires and in return for eIegraph4i
service the railroads distribute maeri-
al for the kerpl'g op 0f the wires of
the company.
When the Postal atutmptd to enter
the Florida fel4j, say a dispateh from
Tallabseoe, tbho ralioad, Ia aseord.
dance with their s ra~rts with the
WettaOm jOVdo folold to give it the
slanisei esevice that they
ava th tAr* UsfTh. The first dif-
eltt t e PoW a l mea wnas i get.
Sln a rh way along the tracks
of tIe rallaod for the placing of poles.
wlldiUtll.l was overcome by an act
She lae ]Ltagistolore, which gives the
righl to oondeom rlabohof.way and
' ia was done. As soon ai the company
w eto begin wiring its lines, ship-1
monts of poles and wires were offered
for transportation to the Atlantic
Coast Line. The railroad company re-
plied that while it would haul the
poles, wires and other materials from
one station to another when they were
offered for transportation, It declined
to furnish a train to distribute them
along the tracks a it had done for the
Western Union.
On complaint of the Postal Company
against the Coast Line the matter came
op recently for a hearing before the
Railroad Commissioners of Florida.
The Postal charged the railroad with
dieerimlnatlon In performing a service
for the Western Union that it would
not perform for the Postal and peti-
tioned the commissioners to order the
diserminatlon of material to be stop-
ped and to preasribe a reasonable rate
for the performance of the services bf
the railroad company.
The ommimioners have rendered a
deelsion in aeaordance with the request
of the Postal Company.


Brothers Appleyard and Cald yell are
ow attacking the Beekman bill. If
the ezoellent miionary work these
two able writers are performing today
had beoa given right la their locally
ties previous to the passage of the bill,
there woold perhaps be no neeassity
for the agitation of the quetion now.
Oertaly two gentlemen who voted
for the Bookman bill ought to have
ben sonvineed by the eharater of the
argument which are today being of.
feared. Bou to some people the bill
do" not look as good today as I did
whea it was passed by the Florida
Leglature,-Live Oak Dally Demo-
Is is plain to be seen that all fair
minded people in Florida are oato the
motive of the Lake Oity and Jasper
papers, a.d know who is the man be.
hind the guns. The Galaeaville peo.
ple, however, will abide by the de
oleioo of the oourts ad the people la
the State. It was a fair proposltioa
and the State Board of Edoatliooal
Control will do its doty.
To show that the people aedome the
soaduotof the board, we will state
that 14 of the leadlg papar of Lha
State have published the eommmea.io
tins of Chairman Bryan to Thea Me
tropolia of Jasooevllle.

The farmer who makes two bledeo of
grase grew where the* was only
must eo a little fersliser and J-g"
meon t loatialg his arop. An nualy-
si of the soil will ahow what is the
bet foetllser for thaI partioelar osll,
and ol this way the farmer will know
his buatene. There Jk more eeinooe
neoesrry in good farming thae lI most
other branekes of l diwry. yet a man
woold Mot beo egpd 'to purehae
erdar lambert wh was net able to tell
Scedar fruo pine.

Beware of Oltmmato fr eCatarrh That

As mercury will aely destroy the
ser o of small ad sampleely derang
the whole o aom whea Noerlg it
thrcnah the seaaeseaiBeess 8ea ar*.
toclee shotM uld be med eoeot a
irrseripi oa tr eeapta b phy
tams, ate th daImge hy 1wll do t
fold to the -ood y a npselyt 4 .
c roo e tse. Hal'a OStrrar Owe.
mealteetn d by F. J. t-eep O&.O
Toledo. O, 0.emut e moe ryv
u poa thk hibWd sU ag *iSsU I
sth *otem. In a Y Bai Oaanrt
Cu' e ear youa m-aI. It
Is t akesafnAAlly-tebTao
do. Oiso. by F. =w A 0 T.
stiosials fen.
old by d ruggleti Plae l oper be
Take Ha'irs Famlqy Ptli OMarsM-.

What doemt Time-Union mesa by
SleaS sthe Gt4 Board of Edoeastion
ri a kft ea tr$nt in the Univeri*
Ifratterf NedLak City a 'divine
riTlr to the sabool? Was it not an open
eld and a fhr giht, and did not
Gehtesvilf J win la a fair contest? Are
the personal interest of Lake Oily
paramooon to the ednetion of our
youth? If thie sou kill the law, where
Is Lake City .beodIed? The LegisRla
tore in extrtoiinoasy or regular *see
sloe woold doobtlew re-easet the law C
and OGaleWlle woold wia mbe easily
than before. I IAke City toting fair S C
underdefer ? We don't expect Tne Gals 1 pon td" Muscles,
SFro% a, 1 m d, etc.
Times-Unio to anwer all thee quest APEPTI that stops Ii
tio" at one sand jadgfag the rtore by nation, ae out Pain.
the pant t will Inmore all of them. PN K TES the Pores, loot
That paper beffieh I the majority prom* a .fri circulation of the I
rule, when It Il with tb majority.- ntur l eIry.NT
Levy Times-Democras. ONC TRIED ALWAY


(MAnti CONWAY). Mrs. B. A. Slmpon, 500 Cr
Tens., write: "l hae been
Writtel-for The Savannah (Ga.) Press. Hot Springs, Ark., for seCatic I
get morrelief from Ballard'
I was tired and spent with toiling, than any medicine or anything
And weary with grief and eare, Inclosed fid poetoffi order to
Till the simple borden of living large bottle by Southern c apre
Seemed arlmro too areat to bear; THF13 SIZES: 25c,
And, so, in the midnight hour,
I looked at te sky above, B uMS YOU n ET
And myiooul grew-talnt in the shad. B
weAd Idobtd m Fher Snow Li
And Idoubted my Father's love. ST. LOUIS, U.

For deep eloods shrouded the heavens,
Not one star shooe in the sky;
And I doubted if God oould hear me,
He seemed so far and high.
Had then, in the darkeat hour,
A bird's song, osdde and sweet,
And weighty with tender promise,
Rang up from tbh eity street.
A eared bird slaying ln darkness,
It fell on m heart like dew;
It wiped on0 tha bitter doubtings,
And brought back the good and true.
It taught me a tender lesson,
Of faith that esa roaw o igh
That It give from a midnight prison
A song to the ullen sky.
And I said, oh, my heart look upward !
Let as learn of the dear bird's song
To hope when the sky is darkest,
To suffer, and serve, and be strong.
It Ie easy to bope in the annshine,
It is easy to sing in the light.
But braver to trust In the darkness,
And nobler to eall in the night.
We will learn, ob, my heart, through
We are earer the heart of God,
When we walk through the valley of
And lean on his ea and his rod.
We will wait nod work in the darkness
And wrteh for the dawning light.
Aad, core that His aoVe surrounds up,
We can rive Him a saoIn the noig,.

In the first issue of The Jacksonville
Bun, which appears Satorday, will be
aiaraiele by Governor Broward on
"The Pardoning b Criminals." It is
hoped that the article will relieve the
minds of some who are anxious to have
every man hung who Is eoovicted on
the most flimry video e, for the grati-
loation of having a public and I gel

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Whiskies, Wines, Beer and ailt.


Full Qt. Measure. 4Qt
Burntin Club Rye ....... MI
WelMon County Rye. I 0
Momoram Rye ......... so
Eaaae'a4"4" Rroe .. 3 t7
Soeal Dropv,........ ... ,0<
SM Whibskey........... 37
P*ok Brandy ....... .. 7
Apple Brndy .... .... s
Uomean O
North Crolina Corn Se
Monala Core 71
JM Ra .. R e
Medford Rum 71
Orwe rd ....... s71
Wst ofr e'S'y Hourbom I 7

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A-Mortmet Allowed Go AU Goods of Same

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Bulk Goeds-Jpi Free--ot Propaid.
11t.0 Per OGalo:
Rye, i. Corn. Good rade.
IL00 Per GaUloa
Rye. oin. Corn. Rum,. el qaMlly.
IL6O Per Oslioa:
Rye, UGn. Corn. Re Ber or the moey.
t seW Per Gales:
"4' Rye Peaob and Apple Brady. Mellow
ad by ae.
I4.OO Per Gloa:
Victorlu Rye, Soolal DropMs R Medlelil
dPa Beer ........................
standard . ... ........ ....... t
lt. extra dark ..................... I
Coburger. i ported ... .............. g
B nr Ale, pints ..................
Gulaneo Stout, ptau .............. ,. i
Prices by the bbl. on appile taiL

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Surplus and Undivided Profits... 80,000 00

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17, 1905


O j fllOIA Increasing Among Women, B.
SSufferers Need Not Despair
of State. ()f all theiiea.ses known with which
"' the final t irLauiism is a ttlicted kidney
THE MOT ipORTANT EVEN rS ',ii-,-. i the mo.-t fLatal;, an(d ,tatitiesti
i. ~ ishrw t thathli.sdiS~aSe Ja o the iucrease
Transplrk, *Th. Land of Flowers." I aongu 'o."cU





Miner Charged with Murder.
hattanoogs. Nov 16.-A dlpatebo
ftia Wltwell T-nno.. says s a recent
to the N hours' quationalag by te
Miart of Inquiry as to the klliag of
let RobertMon. a nonaals alwer,
Nur assle miners were given the a
taative of furatabhl g $1 bal lea

---- --- -- akae to W.1. The wegIngentles
am 'NylaShadrir. f ire r Phrn,
Soft s"iIge, owlPat ftrey. The
tinesville, wommy bo"4,o jury that th
me" asd awrem Irt Ctepests Is the a#

--"hi Orown Orderd NwIk
1 7 Wmhltos. Nov. C -Or%,ru hew
imb'r un or~s tao revallumt "
ft rotorm of th bttlehip Owes
& the0PhflPPt to the Uni""
M o "Cm ot 7% Is solI
0 0tWe myl ic sauMp ill 104e
AMWTmi e owsom it is sstated. logeer"
am we euue om fadthe If 'sos' tern
Wo Mh aSn 04M tolms imr asu
field's Lbs ~rw U~
d sfau mm a W" oneqlo f r toneas
Nousmea"am o" WS empe.

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I P tic' A\ orno! jplliam T. Jeromte.
if I \ irte'tay filed his decla.
,r,;i:l ,of e}, tlion exitens, ,w 'alch, heo
-:;t)tirl;o ] to nothing. !i,- having No
tl)'rs ,i : l % slwnt not one ctut to o,
E ta his n L, actionn. I
TA Aw Le ie *0 .M ^ ob"o
S ('one .i. M. Clark. form. ;y In the Its Vitalised Medicnal Pood PIropei ot
conif.,el rather gPrviC, andl Lb was fop Ute are Very Qulikly ReliJied.
In Brlnglu Healthy Cotoe t tI tral
s a number of years agent of ,. Mro ca. Ch,?era of th e t Pte i Im to dLw.
loro Anache Indians of Net' iMexico In Producip btreItih to the Weak.te 0
the F'eeble antr the lnvaid.
Is lead at his home In Sny ,er, Okla., jin roning tp he Byatim of Coiavsl per
ae-i frorm lExhAusticg Dllmease. whil
aged 72 years. Iheu y the sntl Sy. du1
In Nourlahing the \Vo L dua
Secretary TIft arrived !n \Washing. In Roundln Ou the 4%l. Por dun
ton from Hamptod Roads at 7 o'clock acee of Ohlldlrn. N
In Ruildytng up on their I ttle BodiesN
this morning. Immediately ;er break. the l 'rebl# Pink and White rlesh, and Wri
fast he called at tUe exet rt:\p office to Dottlitl their cheeks with the Pretty and
Colorfav sdimpies that maoske Motb ard
and saw the president wh n :he latter gI&"l &&dtDll th1 t mr Mothtr. '
came to the offie. a llotsranMlo Cau
s ,o as .Mofe ear atOlMWanue ky
Replying to an imperial mt ssage or. p ?oeet o te cela t Wet.
during him to speedily return: to Toklo To PIow ts Mdlicinl eo4d Merltt a
and render a personal report f the re. Trial ottle Free by Mail j.
cent war. FliJd Mirahal )0amla ias Will be sent on request. Write by letter
or estsl oard to
named Nov. 5 as the datt, ,f his de o tMls|elM". plea St., N. w r .
parture from Manchuria. A Druillte-Tew ssee--40o. a iLd 1.
H. Frank Weed, a meml r of the '
flrl of Weed Bros, cotton e, railssion wih j
merchants of Thirty-ninth s -, t, New a Char,1d with Oven. J Mai!,
York. committed suicide to, I.y at hi of at' I A r I <>' AlsC
residence in Noroton, Conu. Ills mind ofa ltr,
is believed to have been t, anporarilyl ni 'I.: 0.lo1. ant*'! .,' l
A.Psnimofl h, 111flAM ,

Thingle ~ hd Down" to Suit the
Busy Items of Interest to

arkeo fl4II ve in, sud th .rt' ar d s e.
nd forp .
he Le county court house hsI
'n ifmi ed recently with paint,
h owher and on the interior.
tiehad Robinson), a smooth Live
SOM., is under arret ch rged with
kltong with a wat,'h he took to
t at.
khitnveiile winl tav a test case of s.a1di rInataw swl
im throw srreet ordinance in that Unle.aearlyand orrecttretmrntet
Unless early ined o eon t tr inthmeiL
Andrew Patterson will be the applied the patient seldom survives
dlate. when once the dishes is fastened upon
ounty eurt at Miami Molndety her. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound is the most efficient treat.
own namid Jeanie Sanches Was msnt for kidney troubles of women,
*250 and costs for selling liquor and is the only medicine espooaily
out a license. prepared for this p ourpme.
When l woman Is troubled with pain
lk dengue, a disease among the or weight in loins, backache, frequent,
of LaFayette county, is said to painful or scalding urination, swelling
IlinR the animals in that section of limbs or feet, swelling under the
alarn a. ye, an uneasy, tired feeling in the
rlrming rater. region of the ki neys or noticena brick-
W. Goode, road superintendent dust sediment'in the urine, she should
Is ooouty, was asaolted and se- lose no time in onmmnecing tresatnnt
SInjre Monda b a nro with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegelable
I injured Monday by a negro on- Compound, as it may be the means of
a the stockade at Ojus. having her life.
nmi growers at Orlandoare op .For proof, read what Lydlia Pink.
lgrowe t Orlando re oup ham's VegelltreCmpound did foe Mrs.
1'O shipping fruit before it is ripe, ham'sVegr. end did
the b9yes are demanding it, I cannot e pr te tr itibie ufingl
ame are afraid of ar freeze. a t oend Aue. deJllmntat- Oe female
earea a dveoped nervous proatUo asla a
Lrtiy.o Orlando butters went to sious kidn trouble. 6edotorasm
b marsh, and while they were ume oraear, but I kept etenlg wrm uni
I was unable to do anythind Inom&un
tlaM eAmp after game some one my mind I ooud pnotva t I lr dsad l
peuoad a I "resort, and I am toy a woel
D. 0. K. K. of Jacksonville will woman I annotprai it toopllbl, and I
aBess this (Friday) evening avrswr, omywrs,O na.
I-a branch of the Knights of Mrs. Pinkham gives free advi e to
Sand a popular adjunct to that women i address in mdende, Lym,
9 Maom
Dade County Ad of Public -
Pitso has doled that .upil mer got disgusted and referred the
eerve punishment in school will matter to the State's Attorney.
I submit or take their books and Perry- the county-seat of Taylor
MO. county, will not rest until they have
I. Jaekson of Evinston sent ome four railroads centering there. They
S e State Fair that was grown will be the Florida road, already
ktht has been under oultiv- there. Seaboard Air Line, Live Oak,
Pyea. He also eas a water- Perry & Gulf and Atlanti Caast Line.
along. Qalte a slick trick was tried there a
Bort is being made to got a rate few days ago, but did not sooeed well
IMitf fare to the Staote teehem' I Sitarke. A plausible young ao
i 8at Miami over the Florida Eat visited the different homes, offerlr,4o
2lai0 ely. All the other roads enlarge any one of their photos freed(
to it. charge. After seeuringl hat orders
he could, another one followed scor-
of the Jacksonville hotels are oou, a their pone folls a a ser.
summer rates and cool, in tames for their picture at a faey
Masy people prefer a price, and a red them thot ne plo
Iy warm room la winter, but tore would be enlarged unless a frame
on summer rates. was bought.
Braonn of Beleview died at Guilty of murder in the dbre d*.
ToBesday. He woet toe alaS agree was the verdict of the Jury in the
Tuolday. He woos to OWas@atee of dim Jaeksoa, the negro who
II road d brutally murdered as wife as Eva.
the roadside In as oaoo-
Itlon. He eveo regained ville some years ago. The negro was
tried at l8t Aeguetine, Wedneaday.
and the evidence was so eonvltseltg
ilpI esoours as Live Oak on that there was not the slightsll hope
pebers bhad a of eve. mitigating the erime. No roe.
OesiO D. BoSh had boee emoieedation for meapy sornmpasled
e shark where ah tried he verdlet, and the death penalty will
d otruthb,asile *omesod o doubt be imposed.
elt mllga erime. Jodge Pal.- .-

Son Lost Mother
"Consumption runs In oir family,
and through It I lost my llohcer,"
writes K. B. Ieid of Harmony. Me.
"Fur the past fve years. however, on
the slightet sign of s aoonuh or cold, I
have taken Dr. King's New linsooyry
for Consumption, which has aeved me
from serious lung trouble "k lis moth-
er's death was a sad loe for Mr. Reid.
but he learmnd that hlur trouble muit
not he negleesd,. and how ft ecnre it.
QuioLeus relief and oure* for rough*
and eolds. Priloe W I nd It 00; guar-
anwtd at all drug stores. Trial m ot.
tles free.
41peeltien for Columbus. Ga.
Oolumbus. OG, Nov. It; -An eXpasl
tion is now proposed for Co'lumbliba flo
the fall of 1901, with nt.r*. solld and
substantial features tnin have charsa
terbsed the fetivalJ of the past few
years la thst city. An 'siLbit of all
Te mmanufactred prodnIt~ maide In (b
iambus would be a leadlnl feature. Tb.
manufacturers of colunilmusa ee a
wide rasge. the jivrernralst ofd t
detry In tJis etty la recent years ha
Iag bees marked.

W te Deeplen Savannah River.
Agrsa Nov. 1.--A notal gather.
tig stateame- of Georgia maW loth
CasUm was hold I Auguti, Ike ob
)eet bola the oration of as later
state orpaaletIM to bring IMare
oa the United state govr- t *
ee-- the Svasnab rivlr f~a this
OIy to tidewaler, so as to Make It
avisable for beats of ilat raft, eve
at vTry low watl.

UShleh Liver a Foe to Adblasm.
Yee omnO esa-eplrh vorp sea
if year rer i m toti.. ** ey feel
dull. your eyl re a benr4 addil
*eiea es eosheoile Y o)r -e LA .
lie Pruit ~lrp 0i mulalo t he ls lwe
ad bass saOd makes ye ir f bright
sad astle. Ol rw La as' Frel4
Jgr p does o na eae*r glpe sad
very plia, t ot l"e. <'s is t we
*1sskive Sha oy 'ropaestoary ehae.
teo. Bef -e u tbese J. W. Me.
0ol. A _Co...
Want Taor Raetea Rfte
Twe'eMa. OmL, Nlo ir Ameg the
uerns ewaidered by i tlil MeW
msMteeyestedray wam as
Iee the T1 pnP-esi
doomme the ar be t. kE
sa o aewspapl t -o Ne6

0l0 be lammWemd e.to Q, A
rw ao en m ser was a meli
wa m lg geeWod t~hat

~ ON a -ss a to t

lad), a.,d lra.m l To lot, i i.n ii it
:10 yeRl .t 14 ~1 ', ubll a o 1 l 4o ,. t' i.
that 'e IsP it over three< fI eir .1 ne ,ct
aI pros I'tikor I'n. I tI1t ii i i oaI) I)
\\'1iI'. of Ili'kr n, (',ifT,,, t, m iii |%
now tinder liud of .4t1 'chaniadl lli
interrepillg anlld ria nliIg o<(Itris I,
other pe,'rM s( i'le ch 'ti~c'dl nti1 It
one of the 11111,1 piomliicitl citl .il te oi
his. outr1"':lmli: v ri l ns 1 11 in ( .I ,
atten'll, nr, fe 'if ,tv ral i Lt lil g 'lil.'ina
at tie tr ial.

Arrested for Lynching.
Hattlsthmur. M.Ilah. Nov. 1; -D. R
lHolme., ILt. Iloluen. .\ 1T I.iw
and Albert P. .IAtnme. iprimili. 11t hlilt
men, were urr tiedol d on InllelltcinitH In
turtnd lby the gKtrand Jijlr) Coir inip
them wihll cumupllcly Itn lrth lynching
of Kid (l'orge and I f ltrokila, nengrmnw
The men were nieot pla(','i lu jill. bIt1
are held untler guard In the, Hlolmce
renldence. Hlab.usi corpetls Iproted
Ino for thelrjeplease will Ie. Ibegun to
morrow befor1rhe c.ancrllor.

G. Burhans Testifies After Four
(I. B H.lrlar of Carlisle Center, N
Y.. writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had bena en.
trely oured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking eloe than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Coro. It entirely stopped
the brisk does sdimen, and pala and
llpyptome of kidney disease dialp.
peered. I amn lad to say that I bre
never had a return of any of thusa
symptoms during the four yean that
have elapsed aad I am evidenlly sured
to *ay eured, and heartily reeommoud
Foley' Kidney Ours to anyone auffer-
la fron kidney or bladder trouble."
J.W. MeOollam A Ou.

Ceally Clwu Heuse Srred.
Clncinatil Naov i --The Pillars
club. one of the moot l-cluslve kobaal
organLaMltla in this ctly lost its clu
boUte o Madisol road by Ire lasl
night e alallil a loss of l260.000 tr
build' a en cr-onIt aaI A large aum
W r of dinlaSulabed peonile h ave be
pentrlatard In the building. Iam o
them belag liss Allee Roosevelt, whe
sbq was In Olelanastl last June.
- e.. ".-.. "'m

moowsmsal to POeahMta.
Rlehbmoi4d.4V& .Nv. 16.-e -L dirt
lars of The Jamtlown ipstUoecr am
P&y Wae eted a site os oh Cpro
Poosed expsm Sdr Ply a os
me" to th uw*"O ,ef Wabmbo .tho
adie mprSo. ITb shaft Ik to be
erected by a eets maO nmefd Ps
yin, webes wife Is AVIVa' g onl j a
li8eal deusosmat sof theKing Pow
"slampshuse tOWdasabtf.

who4Le drae ofm I of W. C 'ani,)c

Me aNIVs u Ight by bs-lam r',i

V was, to em 9. ai t

Pimefss POs Mess1 0 a0 T"
& "', le, engiest-ed
NO u a 0thisat ad 1601
9 -940 om ek" 1 efile"
Polpiis ofmUFoley's Ilese

Wbm hIdslae so d 'a" Id Ig

as-- sd W~. mw ocou


Vour I'atrongC 14aeilrteul.


Paradise for hunting and Fishing

I'til bhlote io u nr nl e now n m i'nait nnt a
wrlillictrriit itier let, Itki. f.w the winter Pa
turkeysand am"n ase. axrlthlent Lblnr 5d
~ahta rer I'e.I)m3)wtamliul o fuesta C (fides
forw bunting end a flauei wotle
FIor raw*and aoommaLrnlaUu; .ddn'm
MR%*W LIIttA TOrMAIS .I npfikem.
UUvIxJtamxM. Lpvv V'o. VA.&

Keep Your Head Clear
And Your mtuokoih free from lIndlI.-
Vim f If Yto would hie happy with your
Ismrlp and your follow-mal.
The auree SMa i earth In wet a mansla eyr-
whn eano f W.'kt" I beavy. ame brted,
eb 6sensedby evori rienoe vW tbe
sasirlal o)uanot be wooed. the -ab-
In.mebe "wr T. 4t beet 1uer I ahew ;itSr
will ethe beav tb It
or VIR, I 111 Itrc
mmd ur onsuit" Li knowilkigbow %D
SitOl,,, pals,~ table. L,
Ni0J bell IeIL ur 11br1d du1 wo. t aca sO I
py a re ore-made. sWin s emi I nalsee
IsIs somuch wife PNO*
1`1110114 1 T. Nhah. Pref .

Miss Tebeau's

Boarding and

Dav School


SIPIssi. I.Koh 10
S- ---~i ..-

Ilaii..s m Cum ~a FVwint

Xforytoliag l Insee Oms0d0 t"O6sr.
1)fl'rla AN&D oruAit

('OVPIK 0s e sm.


sowe" a"w"Ot IL
dorn rr k



Essi1. Rsvon,

MIk Ibrs..

ALO 5Pr Y13r. w I
-a m -- Timme. No
Iw so geem sad*asbe heOe
-IY - U 5 9 woo



derange d y illness.
Captain Doyle Roades. pr silent of
the King National bank of IDanville,
Ky.. and widely known thro.,-hout the
south, died here today. He' -*rv'e all
through the civil war as a f, feral cap-
tal in the Fourth Kentuck. volunteer
infantry uadet Colonel Crox'on.
The Yellow river bridge of :he Pekin
and Hankow railway wa. formally
opened to the public on Mo lyr last
Nov. 13. Many foligners including
the Relgian minister, art, nted the
ceremony. The line was itir opened
for the traffic on January 2. 1t,7.
A report received by thi ('anadian
government rom Alexand' M\telan
(nadlan commlsiloner at 'Okohama
a that the recent aglitat n of the
life insurance matters in w York
has seriously affected the lt.pItan
tusintes of both Aiierican .tid Cans
lian companle.

__ __ ___

I _I ~ ss~Y




'h rh i.,Iu ,f Tl Sun will he out
vembrr 1ith.
t will be brim-finf: R')od things
ten up by Editor I. '1:igl and illes-
ted by (artuuonit 'lay')r.
overlor Bruward ct'ntrit lotv a pIa
on "The Pardoning of (Crintials."
ob answers the orities of ilih Par-
lag Board.
o one should mil this ninheir.
te The 8Su, Jamksonville, Fla ,
order Iti ent to yea oPe0e o0


intral City Bzar

Dry Goods, Notions,
Racket Goods.........

CAKES aMn I'lrS-Prsh
Every IDty.



rvrr~~ .r Iv~'-Ii

CIi Mo Have To*o Ne Taxeo to
Pay, 84y WN .
York, MOv. 16 he better
4M ~ people la nMewArk cannot af-
Samiltes. lThI have too much to
iS to ta to tqpg6 the large fam-
S of the thoughdlea poor."
S AwSa w ta Of#b which M rs. 8. B.
/rAy auWM S sterJay at the Bocl-
SI~t i O~IB -Stud4y in a resume ol
t 4tl ,tnow New Yorkers
thd 'i greatest sensation
|;-',U6~e history,
iTk property owners," said
.' i "pay Increasingly large
,Ory year. due mainly to the
Imalgration. 'Who, may I
'rould wan tto pay taxes to ed.
0hlldren t at should sever bave
brought Into the world? Why
de.i46 d the thrifty pay for the shift.

4 am not so un-Christian u'to say
the children who come here cannot be
eared for; but just so o1g us t t tax-
payers pay for expensive play grounds,
etc., the obHdres of the poor will In.
rease IUko rabbts la a turrow. No
wonder our houses of refuge and r-
formatortes are filed."


oretory of Treasury Shaw Will Pro-
pound Questions to Employee.
Washlaiton, Nov. 14.--Scretary
Shaw is expected to make an address
before the treasury branch of the civil
eoorvlo retirement association about
S January 1. With a view to obtalalag
data that will enable him to determine
with some degree of aoeuracy the
Snancial oondltloa of the people con-
oected with the treasury the finan-
elal condition of the people connected
with the treaury department, la whom
tho secretary says he fools a very
S dop latoerot, be has submitted to the
e pioyes a series of questions to se
S cure the lasoraatloa desirod lnoldo
S an Inquiry of employee a to So. length
ot time la the government service;
appmxlmately (within $1,000) the ag-
reagate of the salary received during
oe eotlire term of service; whether the
emaployos b purchad a bore and at
what price:; If It Is paid for &ad It not;
S bow much the employs Is worth above
his or her debts, and what portion of
this has boon sared out of the salary;
bow much the employee is lI debt la
excess of the value of his or her prop.
orty and finally whether the enployea'
condition oompels him or her occaslo -
ally borrow money at exorbitant rates
Sf laterest

1leyole Accident Proved Fatal.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. &I-Henry M.
toddard. who was run d9wa by a back
on Dwayton street whill riding his bl.
cycle. died from Injuries he received.
He suattlned concussion of the brain
and the attendiix physlelann had ex.
pres.',d no hope for lila recovery. Mr.
Stodl!i'trl was a wll known business
iman of t av,lnah. l. 1 wrs F,9 yY.ars
old ald In tn o It wn liow. it dIauK)llrr.
hMI. MuIR.,l 14tolil.ard, ratld lWI) sunl.
10, udn l inntl Jihrn Si O lll il.

44o Case of Pneumonia on Record.
WV* do not know of a single instLno'
where. a enough or eold rensltJed in
piieuanout tor consumption when Pou-
ley's Iiouy mad Tar had been taken.
It onures oughs aid eold prrfsetly.
o do not t ake changes with some un-r
ki,,i"n ri |ristr:.ttion which may eontain
oiiates,. whlth ceaus eonstipatioi, a
e'(nilil i I>lI1I retr'dl recovery from
a cold Ask for Folilv's Honiiy aud
Trr ant ruetio" ni,, *iibstuteu offered.
J % %' M. t illi,, ,% ('.1

S Iver service For Cruiser.
\\'n'l n i'. \ ii Thr navy de,
1, :l' t-f; li t 11 kl-t1 | l the CIlU ll tl
('i'l l: ', H-nc I,'l' ) > l>lH lolir ,|. (o
p !I t hfa1 i,40 1t thi1 cruis t
prtwt, ,I > i, i (:.i Notfolk, fur a
"shakl. .i> c u 1i *1 i dealil the Vir
ginla alt;l I'lr chatIl too will be
keit :i w i < li ci iiiiitiimultint iai rlth
(th' ('1A5 ti,,1 I, i I'f t r1 y at sea The
('ai, tulI aill .ht'n i t o C'harlstoo
S(' to10 re"i'ive' a st:ver Per ilce to
tbe ,rutiented by Lhe city.

Montgomery Street Railway Sold.


At Evioston, Florida, one mile from
station, on Rook Bad.,,642 sete of
good Hammoek Land'; allI elered and
In cultivatiq, 8 srem in bearinlor.
age tree. All good troekL g land.
$1,000 dwelling and other boaoe on

the prelseo, All goig at a Bargain I

Z\ A T. $2500.00

Apply for further partealaeu to



To Preowrt thbe irD a l Provide for the
Exeedo U meoPulta Uty Bonda of the
f. att]o f .

rian on ea O wOn er roar eoaae ve
week. te beotfai etf, s oilieas o
was moadeto edl ap orfOeHpuon aad
l eaM l. ad eeemla e aIb se lor in
rld or fu obe ad. Bd
WbMer~ ad by wad erdio ae bo u-
saeeof obod o the aout of Oe Huadred
Fifteeao t uisand o inst proved fer. ad
the i rpose fore wMhich iueL I ofbaodsw are
to h eed Ia preued i feneraltem; d.
Wbras ats a. a eotd oo io M os he 0t
day of October. M. the o aee of Ud
bondn for the pqrposi mesanbd a sd or-
dIaioane provided for. war approved b a ma-
oit ol tsn votoesa oa by abe qualifed eleet-
orsof n osly tI sald elelaon: now. There-
('\,)UIL or r T lB OITV o AlATivLLLI
rumA"u /
6tUon I- That the Mayor and Cbalrmol of
tient aBna e Oora ltofe or e Ott Ooanuo
sballblveemirraveduor tateld fve per oe
aoaupon ao of the 4dty of evie *tobe
DoulW A' ubl'd uteLr r onkt ubko f i., lf
O.l mesvUl," to tb&e mount of One IHndred
Fifteen Thousand Dollars, ad of he demi-L
onatlo of On, Tbousad Dollarm each. dated
bhe lt day of Jbauary, A. DI I. bearit an-
terst at the rate of eve per aeIt pear annum
p") able sem annually. at th e d of periods
of %Ia mIDontr from the date of the bod. thb
prtnolpal aid lotemr to be de g la iold col
of the allied ut-ae tof e pe I a tndard
of welaht Mad nnro the bood and te I -
tert thereon to be payable at the ofoe of
bte CGIr Treaumreref said city *ad boadi
became due sd pa able efoow via: rk
tyflve of sId boa o beeoN e due ard aro
able tI fie yea from e da there.
ony of d boed to bea s due aed pay-
able In tweoty-Bye e s tueanr e de1 fre
of, ad fhwty of t M be to beoome due and
Pa)ahlae ln thirty Iv yeo frao date
theer t. 1a4d board bs al be te. by te
Major. oontemnalsbd y Wa PreMent o
utY Councl. be d lr Cky Con. at.
auei bearthe ao el of ud lty. and
hall have theIm street sb attahed rear-
In anM egrved aste faotu of i
signature of the Olty o Tro Wea
bonda shl bh v bee eoeod ad lbuned a
herein ;.,kied they hallA el a e turned
over by tbe (h alrrM o to Ooi-
wriee tu the hoard o A a
iee. tiam bond. and t.Aeupo Ad-
ta-bed %hall t1 ID te toswerb aad
uirure thr dbmntklett am a athe th
dat hi e pad inehib e dbe0
anti vI,) sle>e 4 tie filled In t
dtile ttf the bcnet to become IO palable
may ri-cr ineeormaary. .
t I-rTw ,>4TATI or A anpa
.- ... 26%..MaI(-bPL

"T#T c'V q IJANU


oil Aro
lasab I.

I'U I'i I I l
ed rana
ow a 0 .
ht sahi



1111 Cap? tan i

VAYTAA bm mad

Now IIIIo16-i i % NAIJ
widt ..tcx.oJ hhcre btat the hoorgnmeryl The VI,' of (*la1fawa In )* the Stte of FW
7ta., 'i-m cssovil.4my has boaugh t the 1 elisa s'.litia ot.asy ou W
A 11 1 w tb ak
ofI htheN1 icitmery street rAisay. itift %mmdMa. ofthe mm
Stat. o the iweee I ~a darJd of wInl
k"? g1 Were refused for tbe Mata at th e o0theolatoo
Systeut f' 'be' anus peop. aad theo th sat aU i i W Tvoaw3
~frSU~n.s hv AW1 P t .anh e ire~~ La$s MW iu a h aeof isYrie tt cet an
Due. mP"able Nea to.In Ik ge coak
OINM ota satd %dft t mo-it3rtew. do esm e
a.wp e lamt dna I
co"S' sIpeOr. i's'at .0
7%1 4 bo beO aw of a Srm-I u ve One <
ligaitta e.6 *.b! l I. p I oi lI( sted Im VI-s-u t Iwo
date s6un.11% pwl L'ct"a rm& ofIas
,-jvi;nI~'atinn I~IV-*thss-I'm qq ,tUa=K~50.- mad samderm is1Kas
osnas f 9n 11r 1 d1,idnry11 nc alt t Uof so Aitilt et
I*ictUa~rW51 sbt Forida. w
havespcrta lr,, .cu',c:r~i C ::ei w y. At LAe
1Iorr hur a dc~Ic trble (,~ .. ,~~ "viaIiWU n the Paeso seC
aA, br. I I %wo n Of' oa
1on: 0'~ay edad~fu
1irrein swilla reedily r dnvt :a1::4kr. .l owam Yofm
It n ds y I M. N., H. rt.e e'-. a., 4
writes. Feb. MISM: "H1l: ati ,aI, e%-aIonof &a a
Hirtturew. I*fledIt a elm. "OdiIalle1"?b1 w t of as A*%
I .0111,1111to ol "Ash
opatipaaaou." W e bottlel. .iJ ts1
W.. M.Jokum. I ___

e, 1,, ad poIve
r eoseehde weeks
Lib seW lv the~ era-
me ade Im edh
avpprovaL. web
e of wbekb bood
eI to smol tM of e votes
ulteaor aofm as
Sda clld d bold
Ssa*d Aetaadordaeeaee
moer, mwa.
d that tke Im of boeds.
. mae de I mrlee ooo-
na of ase atse eI1o Ida
e of Um cty of rOane-
te tse, I d sea all
L "IsmUa to ta, saO-
h happened a d been
reiniare of laws aad
liIS W 0eIr" wht bo
i the imoe of
eM the City of Gloe

=re ute, Ined lo hr
adblaY deH to be
I cty Bsdeo eMW of

Sf orf te City of OLaesvle.
Prediden CihrY Ooem Coit of OoGleurUie.
AteCs ee
Gi' Oler bla Oallullty L 'e e.
(Ora'eW Oa).
CoBaB>l d aed registred In eomptlanee
with Lr OrtIa a e ofel OCty of OGalesvlle.
lridaw. wae...... dy ,of.... ..................
A. D ........
Chairman BoeId ofP PuUoa Works.h
oSeereu, Bord of Puble Wort.
Thi oopo aster un turlty Is reo ivable at
Pa for sa m as ad due pay able to te City
of GleMe. .......
Ta Otror Moo00 GAIWaVILIB.
......... .... . ,
will pay to to he bearer, at the ofilae of the City
Treaorer. ae tbe jy of 0Gaeluvile, twenty
ftive doOan. in Uned State rold ooln of pros
eant weglht ad finew. on te ...... day of
. .. .. . ...A. ........ bel g
*lx mothe' ateret oa Bond o No. ......
(ity 'It resurer.
See. -Tat ta ordtiasee shlU take elect
Im'edla- Des to page oand apprqraL
Pmaed lM-ma seme- of the b ity ouM e
on at y of Ooetor.A. D. 1a.
Preedent mtea Cty CounocL
J. IL.T L. Clerk.
Approvedbr me thIa 18th day of October.
A. D. IOs.

S "'J. o L. Clerk.

Aoting Mayor.


Under and by virture of a deeree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and ren-
dered on the 81it day of May, A. D.
1905, by the Judge of the Eighth Jodi.
cial Cireoit of Florida, In and for
Alashua county, in a certain ehan-
eery suit therein pending wherein
Oarrie Williams and J. A. Williams,
her husband, are complainante, and
J. J. Burton and S. F. Burton, his
wife, are defend, nt, r. as special
Muater in.Ohaneery appointed for the
purpose, will Mll at public auction for
eah to the hbles tbidder in the Oity
of Galnssvlll before the ecort house
door of sid county, on Monday, the
4th day of Desember, A D 1906, be.
tween the legal hoor of sale, the fol.
lowlig traet of land lying and bfing
in the 'said oonty of Alachua and
uSat* of Florida and described as foi-
lows: A track being a part of lot 12.
on a map of th* South half Section
89, Township 9 ooth, Range 20 East,
recoode doe pae 20 of Deed Hook
"K" in the dofie of the Clerk of the
Oireolt Ooorsof Alaehua county, Flor.
IMs, and beginsaia as a stake 000 feet
West nf the 80otheast corner of maid
Lot 12 and running North 23 i feet,
tboene West 140 feet, thenoe donth
8118 feet, thence Eat 140 feet to be.
Also a lot begalenin at a stake 000
fee-Wese qf the Northeast corner of
ad Lot 12 ad ranalol West 140 feet.
thee BSouth 1 t feet, thenee East 140
feel, thence North 78\ feet to begyp.
Also a lot begialag 800 feet West of
the Southeast former of said Lot 12
and rannings theee North 818 fee.,
thetes West 140 feet, theoe 81eth 816
feet, theaMe Ba 140 fst to beginning.
Together with all and singnlar the
teaemeat. hedltaaetsit and appur-
teasaee ta said treta belonging or
Said lands to be sold to satisy said
degree of forrelcwre.
dOpeial Masstr.

S. L Rawlins & Go.
Seooeom to. Mellse A Co.


Ue, (0ettes, Orla aO Prevalena.
Room 7. Bltawoller Building,
112 West Bay Staes.
Prhate WIres I Prepal Markfet Cea.
twr. Ibame sU 117M.
Sboerewe. A A SAM D AirD TWUT


L A. WL & CO, =07

of alls UN&.

S..So thern


Effective May 28, po15.

SVTaesbele Tralae Bst Ne. 84 No. g0 North and Wet.
Lv Jaekeonville...o. B 9 10 7 I Lv JLkaonvile, Fla. ....80. 1
LiJdon........So. Ky 11 40 10 40p, Lv Jeup, G. ( .......
Lv Savannah......So. Ry 12p 1216 Ar Macon,. ( ...........
ArOodlmbo ......dto.Ry 65p o00s ArAtlantaiGa..... .....
Ar Ohariqet ..... o. By 0l2p 96651 Ar Kome,Gai...........
Ar Oreebor ...o. 1y 1 1 12 61p ArDalton, Ga.........
Ar DLaolle.......8. Ry 221 2 10p Ar Obattanoolg, Tenn..
Ar Rwohsod...So. By 6M5 642p Ar Legringto, Ky ....
t Ar Olelnnnti. Os | ; | o.......
ArL ..'bberg g.. Ri y 43 420p ArOfnein nsi, 0.....
Ar 0barlotseswlle So. Ry 6 18i 6 10p Lv .....
Ar Wa.blngson.... do. R 9p Ar b Il
Ar Baltimore....P. R. R. 11 11 25p Lv Oineonati O.. ..0 t P
ArW. Ph'doe'i P. R R. 45p 28 3a Ar Obleao. I1. .. P. A i P
Ar w Torkt...P. R. R. 4 1p 6 80a C'Lic.nnat0.... 0
-- ---_ ArOhleWlo. III.......... I T i
No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex- rv Cininuago 0..... A ) 4 p
pres" Dally Pullman Drawing Room Ar Toledo, O, ....... O. t
lp 00Frtr Tampa and Jacson.- Ar Toledo, 0. .... -0. I.
ille to New York. Ar Detroitt, Mc.........P, A.
No. 80--"Washinrton and Florida Lv Oialcnati, O0 ...... S k I 8p
Uli.oed." Daily Pcllman Drawing Ar Pittaburg, Pa....... fPtA4se 40 .
Boom Sleeping Car Jacksonville to Lv Oininnati, ......Big Voeo r 0p
New York. Ar Cleveland,0. ......Big Poer 4a

Thromh "TheL Land of the Sky" No. 80
LvJacksonville, Fla. ..o. Ry 756p
LvS aannah, Gta .... So. Ry 12 15a
Ar Columbia, C .......o. Ry 600a
Ar Asheville, N. C... .o. Ry 1 50p
Ar lot Springi. N. C ....So. Ry 2 87p
Ar Kooxville, Tenn..... So. Ry 6 00p
Ar Louieville...... ..So. ty 860
Ar St. Louis.. ..... o. Ry 456
ArOineinnati .... Q & 815
No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing
Room aod Buffet Sleeping Car between
Jaoksonville and Cincinnati.

tieelleat Dialng Car Serlice.

Lv Lexingtho, Ky......So. S ).
Ar Louisville, Ky .......o. Ry.
Ar St. Loois. Mo .... .... BR.

Ar Annston, Ala .......80. ity.
Ar Birmaingbam, Ala....80. Ry.
Ar Memphis, Tenn.......Frioo
Ar Kanna City, Mo .....Frioo

11 46*
8 Ofp
9 40*

Memphie, Tenn .............. 80p
Hot printl, Ark............. 9 209
No. 18--The Florida Limited."
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
day coaches and Pullman Bleeping
Cars, Jacksonville to Olae onati.
No. 10-Pullman Drawing Room
Bleeping Oar between Jaeksonville.
Birmingham, Memphis, Kansa City
and Colorado Spring@.

From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim.
ited," 9 00 a. m
I From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88. "Wahlington and Florida Ex.
rees," 8:20 p. m.
From Oiinoinati, Asheville, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim.
ited" 9:00 p.
From Ohi crn, Cincinnati. Atlanta. etc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited," 9:6 a. m.

J. C. LUS Distrlet Paaseager Agent, 108 W. Bay St., JacksUlle, Fla.
8. H. HAtDwmcK, P. T. M. W. H. TAYLOS.. .P. A. Baoors Moae n A. 0. P. A.

Forida East Coast Railwve.

Local Time Card No. 62.

Corrected r ei.i,

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10 39 it 180 it A ................. Tltijm Ilo ... 11tok~ ~ ~ 153 ,
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It 443 AU 13,4a 164
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1261 1 31 p 1 Yr1"uiii itt .... .. 1 04 1.; 11 6~r' 1 al

bo I I ..P...lficncA# ... ....._.- 11114ATp
2 10 40 PTilihalsRAI 33 i

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66 811 et prc 4.4 43 P
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MYljI0,-h.J'CAUC JiSt- Ti l~l,,t thllf nloll" nrcr tri pr-op.
cr flu,. I m ml w,i sher leerul of haird
"h~ ip 'IflAi Su tttled
A REGION OF GLOOM AND TERROR Il l .Alp !:I. i'. W U1.. it fiiLh;uria, others
AND DESOLATION, r:lr k i11nor, ant
f L thu. '' cijt rlre hais becu

The Itrang e Mitrle of R aem Dating
Beek PsI IMEWmorial Antiqu ity
That PepS VOl. teSlopenof Tbe.%e
snow pp4Naaj.



lat. ln V.eilgst o( fthj dr.
A ph i pl n iits tilt tdut dveral
t' U i.1 II-in nion \%ith n-ward to

The travel r who should seek to cross thr \\N, ilt *f the heiinuli body. The
froim thi *O0ther l plinji of tl-ins iinia i i> oi'i,:ngratulhitte himself on-his
over Into PIrall or Arailia I,y tlhie lidl g inii ut sei'erl ripounds Int weight ill a
betwpcni th Ca spiia :inil Ih H lilc.k :gi\'i !H-riil iimay have no cause for
ieas would nld liisi I. r l* ti d bt y I rji-, l v,i i~, for hli uniy It' Inder a delu-
a sight wi'JL l far .i,: :iti r'nlrr hia sionIl. Very few\ iterons. si.sa the ln-
hardly ay equlti ;11 !ui vl. 'Iwrit et i %'lig:itor, hlitve liany- correctt idea of
W'. H. Hogsou in li 1 ,li Ne ws. tihir own weight. As a matter of
Rising ibeer froii,. o \ r'i .iidl pllaiu. ff;tt, the weight of the body Itn ontlnu-
like a eat oliin 'L '1N, ,.ii\ atlotit ally chanigilig owing to Innulmeralle
to breul on a d.- i. !.. allow iitinUeliies. On a warm day, after
10,(OUO feet hh : li,. the breakfast, a muan will lose nore than a
mnow CaDped (:i:, -. .i i'- acrosss third of a Ipound per hour. Seventy per
from se to, sc-, ,, O il. threat. e tlt of tile t~ ly (',ntains water, and
ning, saivag, I :ts weight varies constantly. The ln-
Its peaks ir. : i i.iiv of fertlt to be drawn fruo the loa or
he Alp it ga. ,. I.Ijctilug gain of a pound or two way be mis-
pore and i. ' i iv ights trusted. luc'ltuatlons of a few ounces
rhose group: :I *iu are i bign that the body sl in a healthy
Il views *t It ijut au state.
sAae lnil i ii..,. ,i ,;. Grunt-Who-WIIl Tower.

rol .- r vru.i, ju 11,, :
l[tOulgh vr t, r l,; p l:. ve l.I,,, 'r | *-i:s lv ;>,.
Ole s t iss 1r iss. thi' i '. :i i i<
Mgrly dIloulei ttl ie Igi t of li'r .i,.i.It
UaasIng plates. Thi t'.eu<'i asus Ir is '
only turbid. muddy ryivcs t.ov
from the Ice tielhs of its \*etnl;!
Even these are miissiniig inl Ilri
Where the ridge lowers touwa%
Ia the terror and desolation of tihe
Uasius forever kept apart theliw po-
to the north and smnth. (in the
SLnd civillzations rose and fell-
il bylonlan, the Assyrian, tihe
the Egyptian, the Romanu, the
*bica of the middlle agen-but to
Sort the great planII were ever ln-
by the wild, lawless nomads.
so from the. very beglnnings of
the Causaaus has stayed the bu-
tide, and, as couquering race
all before themn below, the weak,
peaceable, the unfit, have been
eoa higher and higher into iuaccestl-
goIrge and wild, bog covered val-
strange mixture of races. dating
from Immemorable antiquity, has
washed up like surf on to the
Sof these giant mountains. The
ihe Karin, the Avdr, the Tush, be-
to races that perished before Eu-
was discovered. Seven languages
spoken In the Caucasus. each unln-
ble to the tribes using the rest.
of them are related to the eArly
of Europe; others have no
affinlties and seem to be amoug
language of Babel that did not
amid these mountains we have
gIosmt of ancient peoples who have
onder in the world struggle.
I my well be tribesmen here
O ancetor was driven high by the
sad settled within sight of Ara-
and his cousin. Noah. There are
i bes who array themselves In
Sand ehain armor and carry
like those of 3.000 years ago.
l hae trange ritual practices
:kave tome down from the dawn
.a wed mingling their pagan rte
wealp ol the "Cbrist God" and
sa els of the river, the forest and
l t mials. They have blood feuds
op e for geeratoons, like those
Clei bn the past.
I a a omtake to uppose th't HOu -
i tbe Caucasuo by a SaIral
IW M.Lt Thbe wau ao
DIided by rIeligon into Chr-
aMsmuem andn pagans, di-
b hy la~ e which made them
ainatetr'ibl the tribes of
An. musem ot bygone rse
e ao Uaited action.
fte be three-quarter of
ptees estury nossia wau e*
oi abserbtn the Caocasus piece
LOWldy two ef the carseatSa
al aoe ythina like tatg iw-
l l e mar M o aXbammolS-
Ml of the< Awvr steek
n. a Ngrt part oa *orope
S@ S MtMora sad was only
!l s t r e etan inr s re l-

tm l In remeem. eftwylagt
gepes cMt by impasmas
mas-yl was beard by hi
toah a earned lif, Oall
di 3-ll-a bek fert and erul
eq" i a did aslyl eu"-
atW oml d OGUR ii
nme yeaS et beseabb
aff~sK a >mnd t ea
a~ ~mna wam
Pasmh at r a

.,w -rr ~

Anne. the ducbtes in wooden shoes,
who brought Brittany In the pocket of
her wedding gown to her husband, the
king of Francee kept the government
for herself, and when the bishop of
St. ilalo protested against the strong-
hold which she built to cow the too
indepenent Maloona she carved on
her tower the Irreverent Inscription.
which may still be read there. "(runt
whu will, no shall It be; 'tin my pleas-
ure," and the tower "Grunt-Wbo-Will"
(Quicqu'enl grogue) it remains to this
Her Littlle Compeltlies.
A claus was reciting In a school.
"Who can give me," said the teacbr,
"a sentence In which the words 'bit-
ter eud' are used?"
I'p umped a little girl excitedly.
can, teacher. The cat ran under t
bureau and the dog ran after her and
bit her end.' "

Per lBhat oad Chaldm.
Th Kr Ym fm M 0t
Bears the

Dleter Than the Toethplek.
We are told that the health and pros-
parity of e teeth are greatly promot-
ed by j prompt ime of t t toothpick
Immnelately after eating and that this
bel aso only a ".MIss Prim" or an
"Anat Betty". would presume to object
to it. We reply that If this Is so the
person afflicted should at once repair
to the dreaing room and, away from
the observation of others, should relieve
his teeth of their fatal burden. It is
advisible, however, that be sbould em-
ploy for the purpose the highly bygtle-
Ic dental flo. This is prflwouncd by
all good dentists far less h rmtul to
the teeth than the ubiquitou tooth-
pick, which baa, u we firmly believe,
pushed Its way Into pretty good -
clety by faloe preteaseo aad a qupes
of blackmail.- Lslle's Weekly.

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
L. J. BRUMBT, BMtR sad PiVr,
S Tear.. .............. $.Le
M gda eh a .. ........ I

* A handmmeyll ilssm ed maaim
4eOi espelaUy to MM lAs temaoihf
he ad vTegetLe IgrIwerm
A ~ti l trial saeb ircplemof e
autl be mi em s* **(le ofa

e weo y s p a O* oa ts
Alusbe mat ris 806,405eM Is
oMn. hoMso M ike Mum* M
dees saem Malwo.

.l s#on. a pow
smw s d a la o el Pf ,

ME.m u aes M. mehe =e
eh h UW *aIn It wYMlOo
---.aS.S-- I-Hy '1C1



Oan sell your eit prolrty, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farmlag lands Send him
a list of what you offer for Pale. 2142n


Office in Endel Kloi'k.



Over Dutton A Oo's Bank



0o00s 1 3 Ulr Iaw EIC eec

JOBMl IK ZUZs. Proprielor.
81MsI W. Bay t.. Jsetokamoii. rM.
Faust beer, bottle d draught. Don't
fall to eall on me when In Jekeoonvlle







and Return $4.75

Tiekete s asrle November 1. Ii. 17,
3, =. Mand s. 19(M. FIlai limits
of t1Deseuber I. l 0
Fr foul lteormailon regard the
aoevr wae rate esil es Aussile
Il ates Panieaar Aaelt.

Sllse Lo L

e1 snd el b eimllbi -
I--C- 91 .1 -0"W

t I uoar W .I il.
6ftirflMoaw aW" to aMAe

eMr. pt ImagUI

lemomaL aaXirO,
^ *i-W^rfcsome



...,DENTIST ....

OGoe orer Maro M KaEdl's. lPh' ; rlonis

And 8olieitor in Fl uity
Real Est&ae, Ooveyanecig and Gen
eral PrL.otioe. All busineit promptly)
attended to. O.U* next doHr to 8un
offloe. UAIMasTi L. FLORIDA



Jackeonvllle and New York,
OaJling at CHARLESTON, B. 0., both ways.
Sl. It Ned s temrlp the CroaMtwV Srvlce
The Olyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct .ervele Between JACKSONVILtL. H(WONN and
PROVIDENOE and All Kastera Polait.
Calling at Oharleston both ways.
8E3lMAI-'WEln3K:LT 8A IIZ~At~4
Bouthbound ...........Fro.. Lewis' Wharf, Bastre
Northbound................ From Foot of Oaiherine sat. Jalbsoavills

C1vde St. Johns river Lie
Stopping at Palteka, Aswor F ranael, Bereeord (DeLad)I.and lat.ermednl
Laading on aI. Johns River ; eummoeaing Wednesday, November 1, IMl0,
Are appointed to all as follows: Leave JakaoeL vllle, daily septt Ator.
days. at 91 p. m. Returaleg, leave i anford. daily leaept Stndays. at I 0a. m.

5tfaShbe. IWZIULe NenbesM
Le ... ...... .... .J kae vill. ......... .. ... rriv alb
,ipa ......... ..... .. ... al ... .. ... .... .Isae I00
0-0 sa .................. IIa. ................ A.00
'................B w A (Dlr... .... .. . a lo
ArMri ll dC ai .................. ...... .. *
o_ M ... ...... .. .............. .i .e

W. pm-- r e ve. ". va

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


NortliK aLi1 Soot W 0Y

Rapid Trant and Unsurpmd Service
tae Table la eieot April 148.
Depart Fe AINs VILLS Anrive Fre
|:10pm "10 opAp aw LIt-' *

II:~Ipm Ools. Lesobd ,rg iMTs --Wl hi4pM
Dai1 I lastenrldie l eM DOl

Dafly Nwith, a" adw won
Poll r Ml Apr Iia&. Watyare. -Ira1e0i6WN W IM pm
Daily Alb-y. At atsa all PaitIe 3t. 3at Wag Daily

Des W

I'ubolle. Nwassq __ cum


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-&- a --Aske .- -ft
simimm:e hAe dI a a
main. w .@bvb


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,Irl "! +-t llvmlr

~Te~r~r-~yYr~s 7 =1 Yl(r~~

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

Two Elegant Train8 Daily.,

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Olerating
Daily Throulh Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesno

For full information and sleeper reervations call on any agent Seaboard ot
write A. O. MAc)DONELL. S. O. H0 BLSTON. Ja.,
Awt. Ofoeral Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,




po Royal T Powdr p ureJM h rh i mad rom
grape cream tata, aboluty free fmm m or hpha-
Ad& d ghest of al balig powder i leat veng t
Th Royal Bakin Powder oi only A fair prce p
pound, and cheaper and better at it price than anybakh
powder In the world. It make pure, clean and health food.

Avoid Alum Baiddn Powdes
"I m alry trongly of the opinion thU thc of aim oa
Mlts of aslumin in food shoud be ;WlI It Lwc
vndctood t thit th cootot use of haim eompoAe rt
both a detedous effect upon the digrthie OraM $ an
i itatiot of the interal organs ftsi ~ ae ptlor
EDVARD & WOOD, U o Illk 11 d 0 Chim Y,
Hvau M i Scd4 Bodtoa.
It must be remembered that when alum baking powders are
used in making bread, biscuit or cake, a portion of the alum is car-
ried unchanged into the stomach. .
Ten-cent, twenty-five-cent, cent-an-ounce powders contain alum.



Matter o General Intrst athb.
ered by Our eportrs.


What Haa Happened and What is Golng
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The bun.

Fancy pork, Frankfort, Bologoa and
liver sausage at Doraey's.
Fine hamr 11 cents per pond. Try
them. Bauders & Earle.
Hard wood for *le In ear lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredodo, Flb. d9t
Anyone having eily'or ooentry prop.
erty for Iale may apply to Orr& Biten-
burg. Oainesville, Pla.
The audience at the opera house
last night was so infinltesimal tita the
entertainment was oanoelled.

Furnished room
joining quaree.
preferred. Apply

to rent on bloek ad.
Gentleman tenant
at 8un olefe.

Turpentine less for sale at this of.
Rad ohobee and boiled hain at Ior. flot, 50 per doase. 18 per hundred.
fI9*. Cash most aseompany order, dawtf
Ladlteralliag eards in latest styles W. J. Hodge, a promlaeat olaisen
at o n O*ie. and markesot of Alashua, was tasne-
Tknothy Balley of Newberry Is In the aetig busaine 1 a atleity yesterday.
eity attending eourt. PI. Noafleet, iaiager of the Al.
John Ook of Alaebos was a business bion Mining Ooilly's mime* near
visitor to this alty yeetrday. Newborry, war tralsestUl business in
Order ylor Ohristmas fruit eake this eity yesterday.
now. Kelytone lIakery. dtf loIt-Pointergyp. with white and
J (i. tmiith of Ocala was a busiest black spots; tail slightly ourled. An.
vilitur to (ailt'lvillle yesterday. swers to name of Bill. Retura to E. A.
Mrs. lChas Eddy of O()ranle Heights )'Neill and Ret reward.
wain hli|i,> iri iihe it y yesterday. Just Received-A freh ar of Bila
Frreh hbrr. l of t itire wheat flour Kentucky mulel and horee, suitable
just arrivtr at mlnders A Earle's. f r all piurposes. Come and look them
Very fee. over. Crawford & Iavle.
Join the crowd and1 1t a4 .i.uilt Marshal C. H. Orismnu of Mieeopy.
Ireauleted eluar ftor i epnt at (i. who has b en a th etty for the pat
Fi. irchaut & ('. two d*ys, letl yesterday for oale,
Cedar Key ,sir' frh d where he wasa summoned on bodaeae.
Ablo all kinds of I'ostom fl-tn i h aves'
Market, '.hone iL: REA6 THIS.
Eramet Wotks f Wako ,, accept. L I LI Tll.,J 19I1.
ed a pIsitiotU as delivery clerk with the D ar.. TalS..JuO, lM 0.
Houtheru Espres (Company Dr. W. a Sil,8t. lok, No.: I De
Dl)eor-Is ta with pleasure that I seo*
Riadmaser J 8 Jolly of it e Atlan. ommeid your Tesr Wooder for kM-
tie Coast l.ine iefa yesterday ftr Pa. ne. and badder troMbles, as oy *lti
latkh and ot'ihr plate oa oltcisil boal. a md mywit ha"e both **oi It sad ei-
te**. perioeeed woodereal relif het m I
Mr uan Mrl. W. H. Treaer t,, Trir us Oas. W. Baar..
r report Lthe arrival of a thte girl tl
her, Iru r,,,d. ,,aJ (>*,r,,, u. A TEAS WONDEt.
IO a* One a11 be-e of the TM a War
Jobn (. White of Newberry w** a der, HI. ElSM DMBeer, tMB aU
Bitter o this ecit yletelra MIr I kidoay Mt bll4der tables, rew
Whjt* tie w of the leading mearhants gravel. ere dikbee. Smlal e '
of Shat hLbtinlg sow. sia weak and lam aa, l Im
Roward--l will pay t) r-ward for, i a hiBM *fIt la
appreoltesl and eisotio of party I re d ti ft MI iad
or pertles wtho alUlalmty IatAP g 1 omee, ao esua a r a- am ai
Plauts. Joba M. rFleo behrl If u bliow .l lr
owU o be was e M3 5
w\brn ta I d of aiy e or e ol Mi-- aga:a M '-

be' M u go01e. 0 6 &* W. .. e i. 0 w gli-i


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$'TChpmt Iltore m Earth."

The Great



I; ti'l owa a*osat $be New
yor k Rbes".
The safl wil U etinue
hr"oah aay, Now. SM.
this Is *he ePnsaity o the
mnews bp ystosb"uy many
atIles of webobaia as be-
Xvey14 ter~eed
kvw fth o.orbed
Neer? advgbertsd
and EtYiu "s eu atn h
V~ rA 00 allerA tb




FYms c

I .

(First corner South of P. 0.)
Famour Coetinental Cdar Key Oysterr. Drip Coffee. Western Meats. S r.
vice Unexcelled. Open Early and Late.

How to Win a Reputation.
I wish togive you the result of my
experience in osing Davis' 100 per cent
Pure PalatSome five years ago I paint-
ed Mime Sollivan's house on North Me-
Wbugh street, this city, with Davis'
light arios. I pledge you my word that
at the pment time the surfaee on this
houoe l as good and sound as the day
the paint was applied. This has been
my experence with a great many oth-
er residenees that I have painted with
Davis' 100 per evnt Pure Paint, but I
live this parieular instance u the sir-
faeo on Misl Sullivan's house was e.
tremely bad and I am surprised that
the paint has lasted in the manner It
has. It proves to me eonelusive:y that
Davis' 100 per cent Pure I'nnt is all
that you claim for it and I do nut b--
Ilev there is another paint Iodity ,n
the American Maarkt that an eatqual
Davis' 100 per oWnt Pure Paint ii, ir.
ability. covering capacity or ,is* r.

A J. K KaT\,o. Master I' it, r
Montqomery, Ala Feb 6, lr i
told by taird Uardwars Cu

8mokd samo'u, halibut a,! rj.
marty biatere at sDo)ry's.
KalbaeVd'. Faious Minliss a :1,
opea hott F-day aight. l:th I, ,',
fail to *e them.
rNw honey laweete rarm Jt re.'
eilvd. (tv a frame quick or .t w.:', b
goae. saulen & Karle
N4t4ki-All peroIs s re f ,rbdJen
dep orilagdead asiatal* 1 rn,, t d
aoeth of te eity. C .. c ;cuit
Now Ibha tae tie U for piilnttr I
l at hl d U. & Moreh.t & ('Co
Mid st prnwe Oa both Tra, r.U O.
p ofadI ilBliy-daI or prms sork

use ocllI hll the qantity u L 1 .,
litbbas Or maw uiV,. egrmiO tsba,
yo uave ta* n mols g eo f ottr t
ba tos pare sum Lbtat *vory d rip

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1svs uIu fOs a'&oa

To Fe TvIAs


NEW 000D.S....

and mROm mlNcmL
Lv ..ee our sample.
Pvrq'onal attlCot to Al aWmn i8
tbls ,be NI and sewrao orrsZ
Prilmilttr trended to.

Oainesvilk, PI WF


Alachua Pool Parlors.
C. lures, Ftpp~iu

Locaed in the Pon"s hek t a
rWe"w. JIM lo~r ek 3W
Gown Ih st.r; by p l i

%r o' Ub rra im wee5 a LA
is POW isN p m

bHe nur lot#





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(.'B~ t ofr'orest Grove was in
(I e JiiVsarday.
, Vyeanrd Toung of Savannah is vim-
U"a frtedsa the ei y.
0 P dserd of Wind4or was transect-
ing boem la abthis eisy yesterday.
W. A. aSowden of Mitnopy was
tra eloting bWeine in tbi cilty yet-
e rday.
Geo. Robinson of Ocala is in the
city oas iit so his brother, Hon.
WalterOG obinson.
Warms1 T. Elllish, a promisirg
yongW *Hlet r of Taeoma, was trading
in the oity yoterday.
Dr. H8 L. lfotgoa\ery of Micanopy
weVVaslua he prominent visitors to
G ateito le eerday.
De WitDo e*f Jacksonville, who
has bee ee for the pass few days on
tbWlt llo brother, W. E. Dow. re-
torsed so b h orpe yesterday.
If fO have property and want to ell
it, me OWr & Soeelbrg. If you want
to by., I would pay you to 9se them
alo., s they have some desrable sites.
We bfta plenty of graoolated su.
paroa bhad and are still offrin 20
poonds or $1. Come anybody ad
everybody from everywhere and any-
where. G 8. Merchant & Co.
We keep a good lot of Kentucky
stock oo had at all tim4 and have a
fri ert w every Il When in need
of blood stoek oatl on us. We defy
competitslo. Crawford & Davis.
A Jolly party of yoong people by ape-
eial invitation attended a eane lrind-
leg at the home of 0. W. Melonsld,
Bocky Poles, lat night. The party
was chaperoned by Mrs. J. W. Alsop,
Remember Kalbleld's Minstrels are
"to the good." A numberof excellent
artist' If you want to enjoy the
evening attend the opening of the the.
atrioal useeo at the opera house' P1i
day evening.
For Sale or Exzhange-Desirable
hotel property in Ohieago. Fine loca-
tiea. Party desires to come to Flor
ida, and will Iell or elohange for Flor-
Ida property. Address 174 Oakwood,
Chiego. d4w2
Coantkoia Edwards with his force
and muaehtaiy is making some moeh
needed repairs on Union street. The
material la bslnl turned over, new
rock is bel g added, and when the
street la poperly packed will be one
of the beet i the eosy.


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Government Te.t.

p, Ve Royal Bt g Powder pure aW heaiWM ma from
grape cram of tartar, aboutey free f lum or pAimpoatk
a and hhetd of AAllng powdeitnleavenng 0treth.
The Royal Baking Powder ot only a air ic per
pound, and cheaper and better at ts price than any bkki
powder in the world. It makes pure, clean and h altlu food

SAvoid Alum BtLia Powdas
' I am vry strongly of the opinion that ths m of Aam sod
Walts of Aluminai foGsa should be amdu* It I wd
agestlAod that the constant uec of alm euompoes ame s ,
both a dctjou ffct upon th dige d livrr 4 an
Irrtattlo of the internal organs a ter abrpt
D BWKVARD S. VOQO, JID., Plmedof Cl vry,
'\ it uwi t-ca SeM4, soft.&
t It must be remembered that when alum baking powders are
used in making bread, biscuit or cake, a portion of the alum is car-
ried unchanged into the stomach..
Ten-cent, twenty-five-cent, cent-an-ounce powders contain alum.



Attemn of Odfmnl Imtrst th.
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What Has Happened and What is Golng
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May vsad"
t in The Sun.
Head obhee and tioled hami at D or

L itdI'eallla nards In latest styles
' at Bea *efo.
Tkiothy Balley of Newberry is in the
ehty attending sourt.
John Oook of Alaehou was a business
visitor to this alty yesterday.
Order your Ohristmea fruit eakes
now. Keystoee Itskery. dtf
J (i. tmithb f Ocala was a bus i ee
visitor to (;aintsvile ypstrday.
Mrs. has KEdy of Ornalg Heights
wsa shiiplqgr in ithe lty yesterday.
Fresh barrel of rit ire wheat flour
juet arrived ast S!andsrs & Earle's.
Very fl"e.
Juon the crowd anid I ,'tl ) i, mgraulased *aer fr t l. ernts at O.
Merbhu A n(',s
Cedar Key >ylirre fro-h every day

Fancy pork, Frankfort, Bologna and
liver sausage at Dorsey's.
Fine hams 11 cents per pound. Try
them. Baonders & Earle.
Hard word for s*le in oar lots. J.
H. Holly. Arredoado. Fla. d9t
Anyone having eity'or eoentry prop-
erty for Pale may apply to Orr A Steen-
burg, Oalnesville, Fla.
The audience at the opera house
last night wea so infinitesimal that the
enteriairmont was cancelled.
Furnished room to rent on block ad-
joining square. gentlemann tenant
preferred. Apply at Sun ofle.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of-
flee, 50 per dosen. P8 per hundred.
Cash must arenmpany order, dawtf
W. J. Hedge, a prominent citlsen
and marketmas of Alaohua, was Sans
etitig bulolnr in this ity yesterday.
1). 0 Notflet. manager of the Al-
bion Miinng Oopay's mines near
Newberry, was tramaetng business in
this eity yesterday.
l. nt-Pointergyp, with white and
black spots; tail slightly ourled. An-
owee to name of Bill. Return to K. A.
O'Neill and get reward.
Just Recoved-A freh ear of flae
Kentucky munes and horsM, suitable
f ,r all purpose. Come and look them
over. Crawford A& ave.
Marshal C' H. Crismat of Miesoopy.
who hua b en s i ta eity for the pas
two days, left yesterday for Oeala.
where he wa summoned on buaease.

Also all kaits of otI om fth Itav --- -
rket. phonee 9 d. READ THIS.
Eft**t Weks uof W\\alo ), acept-
4d a t totio dt'lrvery lrk with the ra, "Tass.,J lse 101.
oued aher to as dr paery cDr W. HiU. St. Loui, Mo. : Der
DJetor-It la with pleasure that I reoe
R tie Umet Line left yretteray for Pat a. ne d ladder troeblee, as my witf
lakts and other point on cflteal baui-. ad ywif have both eed It ad e *
o**. perleaed woedeflal relief fm Its
Mr. amn Mr# W. H. Traler ,of Trax.- 1 ~iw Oia W. Bas T.
,er report Ut. arrival of a tlur girl at -
selr home. Friend rstloJ acrrau. A TEXAS WOODER.
laUees. One u beW"l the Tu 1 Ve
John (. Whitr of Newberry wso a Ider, b H11 t DI ietvy., eas aM
Viet to this ersy yoterlday l r I ktdy 4a blMdder treables. nmem
Wh. ie is e of the lmeding merrhant grrvorav.er diabslho. seial e'b
of that hbaUilg towa. 'aimes. wneakal I i a, e e
Rowased-I wll pay reward for! tiS J all l eo Whe kM-
apprbe- lek aend eetreLoe of pnty e yd MA e mtLe ** amad
or partle we mstUbal| y initrgatag omhe, e tWm bhdd m i
plant. Jo. MN. PNtew -, Ih. U ht eol wr I r I
Whn a lt **4 of wa b"e or OwUm U eba it* au 1W116.
mamls, begle uofimi soris a M th i sm
be sbes e-l U 0Di & ub vis. ian. p D,
1611s 0se P stes t dbae be1s 10 the





Chealpmt itre fi eWarth."

The Great



Is stillI Gl| on at sbe New
York kkes.,
The sl* will eontimue
through Meuday, No. 0vh.
Ths is the pportuaity of the
seaee for Pou to buy asay
artletee of meehadae at be.
low value.
EvFryt W a a dertisel.
aud Yus**-1 -okbm It o

ion'st u to atrted this
Wi e-at.

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.L iwtmo of Forest Grove was in
Sb.Cet oeterday.
--Ilayward Toung of Savannah is vis-
ailf froeads In the ely.
0. Paskad of Wind#or was transoct-
ing business n-this eiy yesterday.
W. A. Snooden of Mitmopy was
trade tinL g bgIiness inibis city yes-
Geo. Boblnson of Oeala is in the
city on O i s to his brother, Hoo.
Walter O obinson.
Warra T. English, a promisira
yoeog iaiter of Tacoma, was trading
in the oity yesterday.
SDr. H. L. MoDtgonsery of Micanopy
'waemg g mhe prominent visitors to
OGIeblm Ie eCMtrday.
DWINU Dew of Jacksonville, who
hU bo bore for the past few days ea
a tVstt teh brother, W. E. Dow, re.
torond s bhis botpe yesterday.
If ym have property and want to awll
It, wse 0r & Seenborg. If you want
to boy, 0 would pay you to sed them
also, p they have some deirable sites.
We ifthe a plenty of granolated su.
Iroa hbnd end are still offering 20
pounds br $1. Come anybody aad
everybody from everywhere sad any-
where. 0 8. Merchant & Co.
We keep a good lot of Kentucky
stock on ho d at all time4 and hare a
freh ear every moqlh. When In need
of good toek earl on us. We defy
eompetitkir. Orawford & Davis.
A Jolly party of yoong people by spe-
eial invitatlos attended a eane grind-
leg at the bome of 0. W. Meponald,
Roeky Point, last night. The party
wa chaperoned by Mrs. J. W. Alsop,
Remember Kalbfleld'o Minstrels are
"to the good." A number of excellent
artists If you want to enjoy the
evening attend the opening of the the-
atrical neasoc at the opera house Ps4
day evening.
For Bale or Exohange-Dealrable
hotel property In Chicago. Fine loca-
tion. Pfrty desires to come to Flor-
ida, and will sell or eiohange for Flor-
ida property. Address 174 Oakwood,
Chicago. d6w2
Oonailg Edwards with his force
and mauetady is making some meh
needed repairs on Union street. The
material is being turned over, new
rook is beiag added, and when the
street is properly packed will be one
of the beet in the o(ty.

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(Firit corner South of P. 0.)
Famous Cotlinental Cedar Key Oysters. Drip Coffee. Western Meats. hr.
ice Unexcelled. Open Early and Late.
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How to Win a Reputation.
I wish to give you the result of my
experience in ouing Davis' 1tO per cent
Pure Palit.Some five years ago I paint-
ed Min Sullivan's house on North Me-
B ugh street, this city, with Davis'
lllht green. I pledge you my word that
at the present time the surface on this
houe is as good and sound as the day
the paint was applied. This has been
my experience with a great many oth-
er residences that I have painted with
Davis' 100 per cent Pure Paint, but I
Rive this par icular instance a the sir.
face on Miss Sullivan's house was et.
tremely bad and I am surprised that
the paint has lasted in the manner it
has. It proves to me eonclusively that
Davis' 100 per cent Pure Paint is all
that you claim fur it and I do not b*-
lieve there is another paint today on
the American market that can ,qual
Davis' 1o) per cont Pure Paiiit iii dur.
ability, covering capacity or 'Ji',ar.

A J Kvvtor. Master I'e,
Mntlornmry, Ala Feb 0. li S i
bold by Baird Uardwarg Cu

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marty blotiw lat D[orueys.
Kaibfled', Fa'mous Mitsir, 1, a, e LuedS in th Pe e 8 r.8 sokth
opera ho up Friday sight. 17 thaide .009. Ths lb r SAWSl.
fail to400 ethem Oood ulghtise M d A uonm
144w hiney, IS eeas frain 3o j rit YU eel
celved. (lotaf(roamnquick r .t ___________________
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soath of the ety. C A. C;',;.cuk
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baatat as aea MOreh..t A Co
|d Met pVn 0 os both Te i. r, r.-
proof and aDy-doay orp srrig stek
Ces oa hall lth qatlty of I;.,.
Rib" Logos. or Vaail ..&- .put
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