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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 18, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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NO. 243


IEVAILED


-RUSS BOURSE


Creulated That a illi

Dictator Is Appointed.

WITTE DENIES REPORT

ended General Strike is
to Collapee a the Workmen
t the Empire Did Not Re.
to the Call.
rsburg, Nov. 1M.-4:20 p. m
prevailed on the bourse to-
the result of a rumor that tue
Duke Nicholas Niciollevltch.
dor of the imperial guards, had
appointed military director.
was a stampede of holders o?
I stocks who hastened to uu
d' Government lotteries fell .'-
ulats to 400 and imperial 4's droppt'd
S93%, a lower point than touched
Sany time during the war.
M. Voulch, chief of Premier Witte's
tancellory authorized the Associated
rea to positively deny t.e rumor that
dictator had been appointed. H,.
so declared that It had not been de-
Ied to eclare martial law in 8t. Pe-


S t Petersburg, Nov. 17-The outlook
lach less thr1ateonin today, the
rl strike promising to collapse
tlina few days. The appeal made
the country to join in the movement
t with no response and the dissen-
as in the workmen's council are In-
aslig.
it is now apparent that extremists
the decision to order, a general po.
ia strike hastily and without due
paation in the boUef that the w.o.e
try would rise at their bidding and
tinue the revolutionary movement.
Having once demonstrated the power
a general strike as a weapon with
which to terrorlze the government the
ders belhived they could Invoke tr
at a monicnt's notice, but popular sym.
thy failed to respond and tCie lead
re are reluctantly compvll'el to admit
at they cannot force a last ditcea
ight, but iaut content thealselvei
with calling the p-resCent striarck a ".in-
stratlon." Wabile the organized work.
m.en of St. Petersburg olsy.yd the or
:der to strike many did so grrumbllngiy I
la the face of the winter and t.ae ne
.e ealty of providing for their fawilliee
Iaay of Ctem did sot want to stop
Vork. At the Russo-American rultw'r
works this morning altltrlkers beat
4ff and drove away a strike deputation
Wtel came to order the workmen out.
Nose of the paperO except the Ofil
*Ctal Messenger appeared tilst morala
"bat the printers of eac newspaper
-t emseves published By sheet an
uoesting that the strike was for th-
purpose of abolishing the state of
.oee, the death penalty aol martial


lew throughout Poland.
*.deftlty established that
up by the aoctalist leaders


It it bow
the cry act
-salnat the


-IMMtiOU of the Ornestadt mutieetr.
V premature as their trials sae
Jcto IQ( actualy bcgna.%
e rnoaw rom wbhic b-gan late


speafl Meetigof Co&sOL
ft Pe'sbur. Ncr. 17.-AA apecall
islndg Oa the cabinet( wth Nperor
lbelas prefs Is sbelg held this af
Ici-ei m t A Tsarnhoe-S to c as"
00 SItNWI. 7%1e0iW The fret meet
Ing 4theashimet hold nuer the, W
fed prddemy y oi 0MaJesty s:120
e terestim of a repommbie mistry
"a eaem. wowarivTed a the pas
- am ft M Ilot migt teem
.'Pine.baes~id awas metW Upon~
OWN tWitten eeiiin


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Wbed Oft I NA Jef tAOsb"s
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905


LUMBER MIN ELECT OFFOIERl

Two Bolee Meet at Columbal--420,
000,00 Cital Represented.
Cblumbla. 8. C., Nov. 17.-At the
joint meetlag of the North Carolina
Pine Aasoclatlon and the South Car-
lina Lumber assoclatlon held here, the
bodies as heretofore arranged were
merged rato the former. The new u.
sociation will practically control the
lumber industry In the two carolinas.
Virginia and a part of Maryland. Its
combined capital will represent $20..
000.000, and Its annual output will
amount to about one billion feet of lum.
ber. B. C. Fosburg. of Norfolk. was
elected president. Three vice preal-
dents were chosen: South Carolina, D.
T. MeKelthan, Lumber; North Caro-
ilna, John A. Wilkinson. Belhaven;
Virginia. R. J. Camp. of Norfolk.
After dlscusilon it was decided to
accept price list of the South Carolina
association on long leaf pine. The as-
sociation also discussed methods of
rexedltlng transportation.
At the afternoon session an address
was made by Mr. EdwarJ A. Braniff. of
the forest service, on "The Determina.,
tion of Timber Value."
Between eighty and ninety delegates
were present at the sessions, and the
meeting was conclude with a banquet
in Craven hall.

McCellan Wants Fair Count.
New York, Nov. 17.-Mayor McClel-
lan Joined with W. R. Hearst In re-
questing that the supreme court grant
the application for a mandamus to
compel the production of original tal-
ly sheets before the board of county
canvassers. The application was
granted as soon as the mayor's request
was male known at tre argument be.
fore Justice Amend. Judge Alton B.


Parker, speaking In behalf of the may.
or, said that Mr. Mc'lellan desaled
there should be a full opportunity glvon
to have the will of the voters, as ex
pressed on election day. fully and offl.
clally expressed. IUfore the manda.
hba was granted the board of county
canvassers had reconvened and had ad.
journe until Thursday awaiting the
court's ecislon.

Woman Lived In Three Centuries.
Greenville. 8. (. Nov. 17-Mrs. Anne
BHmbalow died .,rc in the 1tth year
of her age. Sho was born t fore*
(;Gorge Washlngton Jied. ie was aI
na?!ve of Owlnnett cority. Oergla, and
axV :o) )eara of age when tho Semi-
no-b. Indlans attacked her family andi
kllld her father and mother and took
ber troth(r captive. Mrs. nIabalow
retaine.I her memory and Imetal acs
tlvlty until within a few hoar of her
death, and talked In4rrstlnlgly of bhe
old day!. ihe was an old woman
when the civil war begun. T'aere i
no rduilbt 'hat she was one of the old0et
Inhahlians In this country. Her faI.
uly is nerd for longevity T. later-
ment %Ill take place at GOreewood.
8 C.


Atlanta Will Entertain Chlcagea*e.
At'an'; \ov 17T- 4*hlcago bllmeae
men I" % '. tin AIltala anet atunrJay
lanld *aii enteraaJned at loai bby
oilers ofa( ?I Atlata csheamber of aoe
tere T. eP c'rrtne fi the Porpoa
of rtsibli.r:!ng tr'i*r tIrade relatlo
between 'hl'rca). and thisbl setaof
the ceor'ry Th- party roselsta of rep
Mfreen i rfI f&a* (t'Ieso nomaer-
Olae isa'r,:A'ko Tae loseb will be
giv*n 'te P*fldmot bo.(al at 1 p. I
After !un-" i he v'itPor wil! e dritve
to pomln' of in" rer! In AtlaaIa flo
er-w J M To*rell Mayor James O.
WbolwIarl a~ 'j& e e liors of the three
dilly palwr o.** he the gueta ofl te
elders of ir' haamber of eoaeree
dealing tle :'tftb


U00osoed tot SeOem Minre.
New Haves Va im WN" 1--AiM
sPeedIer 17 bee ho a emi ow ret
a ie. m Ile w rAW4. Ia UIs lo ed

wirtlaum ro s"'.Jr 0(o Wlnmrtgsa
Del, Bad W if ('09"02. Of Bovm

aferI1 0o0- w r a !%f tI u ( the
poifes. fr6.g-a by ('e068 "OWW
inoiw o. "sf 6 ;!rd. use -of

The I-hr.. *.~e-C?5 5Sid Utle th
were* kea 'w.- lay$ SIcPsin" d
n frep st,"M erimy md teIy N

d5e weit ar. a',A m*v
4 ee VItolog -J* to


TALLY


mww~q..


Heart' Lawyers Frututed a

NUmber of Them.

OONTTT POR THE MAYORALTY

The W o 4r e rt Otvaewrs Allow No One
Bgt Theess we o Handle Sheta.
One Dltriet.Showe a Gain of Seven
Voete fr Hearet
New York, Nov. IT- T ; Ic <~ nal
tally aheeta In New Yori t i'celt ma).
orally eleetIlO were o11 1 iiLl today by
the board of county cat rs.iso',rs.
W. R. Heart's la .I!.r proteufild
eight of the first thirtet :i .heit t taken
from the envelopes, bct'rvai,1 tiey were
found to difer from t, ri turns on
which the count electti,; MVr MeClel
lan mayor was based.
In one election dtmi, Mr. ilearst
was found to have sen\, more votes
than were mounted for ;I:u.
In the thirteenth ile ',,n district of
the flrst assembly dl>'ct't the tally
sheets showed that tw. ity nine votes
missing from the publip', d count. It
was not stated which inmlldate these
uncounted ballots had l, en catt.
The board of eanvma rs allowed no
one but themselves to i;L. lie the tally


sheets. Couseel for ,'hIi Mr. Hearst
and Mayor Mclellan re allowed t i
read all the abchts w :,t touching
them. Comparlaons ~e rit confined to
the votes cast for nmatr, cruptriller
and president of the ta.rd of ader
men.
COAL LARGE IS SUNK.

Cut In Two by StIlmship Kershaw.
Cause of Accident Unknown.
Norfolk, Va Nov 17 -The ,ocean
going coal barge lr.ank flndlheton Mar
cut In two and stink by the Merchants
and Miners' Tranulitrtatlou compna)'s
steamer Kershaxw. off the Luaibert'
Point coal pler. ti 'ho outer harbor
today as the Kr-,:.;w was (oitiing Ino
frb6m Boston ulo-,l with frr ;ht an I
paasenlers.
The Peondletrn : I lying tt itnlr;io
off the coal p' i" i twling t1o *.til in
low for Pro l,!< ..i R I.. with risa!
('aptaln MdelnnI' of Ithe r tndleton
and his etnllr0, r 'T wrre rt'r-uled by
ft.o Kerasaw., 'i. after standing
by fqr a time. pr,:'-'ded to her Nor
folk pier.
No statement I. mar e eonccrlng thi
cause of tae arrl-' nt.
Toa Kershaw .ifT red only a slihl
lose of palat frunn r hr bow.


Net a Foreigner Appelnted.
Waahlngton. Ni, lI.--4 'sa single
forellaer has to ra appoluted to the
Americna consu' r *trvice abroad
siarne* Sretary Iltst aeImued office
With t4o lai*ntle, of weetiBg the 4d
maIJe of thel hu,.nes world for the
lpmrow ve t of ",. ceaelar system as
nhr e cas wit.'utu( waittg Swor ens
greteeal artto this marts ose of the
reforms that *t, ,. r, tarI t adopted*
Aside renm (th- '' that a foreigael
maturalay stIs'r t l a:"rt .d to tak
eea llree than ia Aleriw la tha
dletloseIt of ,,r Ialwe abroad It l4


fsIl that that ii L stro a whir5
afe lgte*atPoeIAe re-latleme alt t,'
SOeW strwId. a's Raw tow d"1 he
- ews oft e'bo lde the % a
emasslar ago"s i, tismdv me O~t
- would be Imp~ra 7O enk'tag hIa

of do nwr OR o nP.- sakaf e
ID dobs ftll 4Eus-, '-ee3Vyh
mber ly employ a hi M


~~ leIwa.We t.S-K i
as" hfft~w has a Noo bwk m
wee re blagtaktes 16 Pssg
P&4-fe Of Ws e.&er be us
A. C. Woo-d, Ia w" of a tm*sd
mom of bM4 vs;Pwrisew, Is 10~r
his bewieee Is a-orfp*tgbkohwa..
ed eto ar e sw ,?4w W firNe the of

Eomery W4 -8 "Onmf ha.'s %0*9


.TEN CENTS A WEBK


STRENUOUS SESSION HELM|
N FIVE PEOPLE ARE
Labor Oedogates Have Many Impor.
tant Questions Before Them.
Plittburg, Pa., Nov. 17.--Tue first M E DEA
sasblon of the four'.it uay'i procVedius.
P. H. Sculln, a labor organizer who
la knows to union u.ea ia all parts ort Residents of New York Tene
the United States, was severely criti
closed by Frank Duffy. of Indlanapolls, meat Perish in flms.
who took exception to yesterday's ac,. -
Uoa of the IJerailou In adopting a VICTIMS WIRE ALL ITALIANS.
resolution endorsnlg the Industriul
peace assoclatloa. Delegate Duty. who Iodies of Three Women and Two Me
Is secreary or the Brotherho of r Are Recovered, and More RemalIt
penters and Joins. charged Scullln
with IrregulatllsB In connection with May Yet Me Found-Fireman Save
labor affairs in varkius parts of thel Many Lives.
Ptou !'nt n New York. Nov. 17- A.t keat flve
Prts !!vnt CGom!npenrs noune, that
the matter woutild be glv..I attention p rotala were buitInd tou dleatll Itn ai
later. Italian tenemrnt tusc at .'1 *4:


lk:pcate Johanncesn .offr.d a mo- 8 nt)thrd tltt, *l rlY1 lt,*l*.
Lh-atpJohannereif'fr umo TiTaeu house was s ix toriies .ilgt i mi
tlon refusing a donation of $100 made Thl hoe wleI six Itilt o hl th afle up
by H '" Frick for thet eutraltninti'ut hor 'eprl talents on the flte up
of the Fedl raittlou (-ltgitl. Th,. floors were 'tmade prisouners by tho
alwaker Ialdl the monuy wa talnt.il tll'"mes, with lble ground floor a ruarial
with the' Ilhxd oft Ih. llomus>lnd sitI l" turlint' be littalh thm. T'rve of those
strukh atl should I nt bec.lrpted conler who lost their Ilvos were kneellag In
any rlrcitudshotanct. 'th. tiotldn wa, prayer When the fire rachd them.
vigorouly c r..d nnl .lohnnesBn Wlllthlu lt arrst hour, after the fre
.I. orouly tell.I redritlA Ih ire .all nn IJ r
__ __--- .. - .. IW&4 1m1dtcr outrol the tW ills of tW~e


wad reqtllNtred to put It In writing anSl
present it later to the tcomnilttt, for
action.
W' R. Mosr. fraternma! d.lgnte froni


women anlt two toen ;ad tien takes
from the stairways between the ee
ind anii third floors. The police bo-
I1,u.. t1hi.1 >hk w t *lur l..f I.. .j .


the ritrlih blatbor Tradres' c uticil, wia "I' ""v T'i i" I rU w"startU U a
then lntroduc.ed and udrlnr.ssed the con. Inc c iary. The fire tartd in a
vention at length on the Inbor urlua heap of rtubbih at the bottom of an
lon In Knll.. air shaft. and spread through the In
terlor of a grocery slure on the ground
REFUSED TO PAY FRANCE. floor.
SWithis a few miomnts all the Ire eo.
Vonesuela Has Turned Down Plumley capes wire packed with persons whom
Arbitration Award. the lames had cut of from escape by
Paris, Nv. 17 ---Tue fore, lg office, the Interior staIrways.
ti i Ivl*s,1 that I'r.nis, tiI 'Castro yes When lhe ire department arrived
lerday rteru i t to pay ihe -oricnd In with its ladders nearly very one on
I o:!inult of th PtI'tnmllry arhltrlalon the fir rel spe was k eIlingl In Iesy*
1at...l *l h1 1 rl,,i.ti.,on rCI..rl um 0 r Addllnl to the pIrthus of the scene
n : I,,l & i'..tine,., hy h. n-h ('. ,l1 In1 was thle, acIo of tlhe men who st ood
V, ,/u, la Iurl.,g ,ev.r'.''iaIi ) p,,rl with their arrms full of personal poaea.
o.4 prior to I1:. J,,!v. Fvink PIim a' 'lons whlle their wlvas fott lht unaided
I )f Nrt,. ., s. rl'..ut o prolrttl th i children from tblng
Ie'* aritulratliun cnmmihn hlrh n,, !trampled bIy Ithe rrowd or suffocate
11 #4 artiftllim etit ri~imlaxio~n uhlch nit-1


ut Nor: 1@I' l l. isit o j-m
vh.s jumlteiafts mtvka,,in fivre,?of raw-.'
Which was a* lit If- I *buiut ge;:c ut
art I I',' xii' : 't c ? 0lro eaiP i v m i o otirf ,i
e'etacju f O'h' uewart t'~r m*,. t
at 1:'' b ftI 1uh 1 )i s I I i If, IIv. ) I N
Ii o l. y s f it ty 1 ,oI. I


Ontr fliv jfrpri 'hit if lism~illptalirro-rinI
r4t1.n fultrifi rra C'. at'1 $.'. ne 11 'h zA
rte !~' n tlieeI 'lue. ofrilaa he rn
de.cline to smlnilt that this jotsIt.e
Presiemst r'atI Is not paying t'bi in.
staliniiine
The Ireldent In sonaldered to be a
furert~ pruvcaion.


lSateheed for ArienaO.
j',ytosei. Art Nov. I,.- A sumbw-,
Of IleA-110 Lbulaoes WW proefeelons
Citllona b0l4 a ameetinglat asiht 11
twaspl~ea 'a rapala in the Imta'reti itl
the Immeldra l rstatehorod fa Arironal
for the twet terms coagtres will aiw
P'erw-er mayor ( rieg Ikga~ug I,,t I
Was me14 ,4r0ldivt A" Dr. M'. k A
kigeua. atOe ry. tbe iettag a't-nnw
ed t"e followig reetful lop- W atrI:i%
Thtat w(afvow the adntlwaun lof Ar!-
mas so 11 flat* n sch '"rg' w ies% III
Iv'S. ay gr0get I ties Wc t lna ma V I
$two of 1 "MWMeico, re attr h'ban re
ala San lgeor a ter'vtor a! &!-m11



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a wupgino ut.y. Isa. :nc a

solwaUf sblak i es. om ri tsg*,f
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lavel hr the' frimeri ho dad:



(hel r~ c vvi Its I zuil ir, e01 lh
('as I' a br. Ita,,a~io
JAitia Tiioetr-a
A.t taili 7.' le
Tho.le ei.eft( ih. tecIW4the pa.
11"r'(111 01"I thel I 1'14k Mifnd adif.
efy hail nere-rmll -litf him letters d-
mnantlng a V f0) A!, tlomgh I he iuada
did not aster.' it ix th," enalty wa to
be. fer ro-tuulI'u to la) tic, moeMy. the
pocell' hair'" 1e aic at, a tin '.mtluiee f
In ita' l#e',!''it the-flri' Wi14 started by
the mis t-t. o'f h'lie Tql~i


SHOOTS WOMAN; KILL$ 6V.

Tragedy Occurs in Bubvb 4iof Sirmin
ham. Alarbawi
l13ilt tiihaus, Al,*, Now, l7.-AAS~r
i haviug a' W roieuated ini a ri# (4 as
b "I cat a I w houe. sof a hoegro washer.
Iwoiln -Pn iItio socu'h mil-e, Robert Webb,
I rauies)e Itby the Krrbi lnus l Ora .
I t'4AY ontt sad fatally wosaded XYm"
I sina krtsoueu, aged U, sad thtp
tIA114'te his Piwol to his ow nbreAs
AInd plat a ballet! tbragh his ~u. 4dy.
ing instantliy T WUU wom and MS
spapna owl of the dnt o"sal m a black.
wacstmi dropped tvw~m W.AhmlS, d&e
to the oas e4 bload The es wn 4
baw bolHasef ti. uiorotla e Wry4 OW
the man badd mas. who kg thee
aeei4eeally. quarreled &hist he e wi
ershIp of a *are%
Th. ee'roe' an msreretlgss es she
theUry tbat masher serir m.Igt hase
abet both peris. bet flunw abeow
oub. who is eIu aWive m"d came" "
mme,. E'eear"eo ruM We* ad t' &*
401a.06
Webh 4 04 4 IFSyl at Nhth&" Ala

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061,04, NOW 17.-4A asew teamshlP
seunt. wate ll.-1 brut hra'eae ile
I9rVUW Whilgjk 111 4flng 112)040 100
offm "almMICS-w'le W" Isom we
(Nonaig ports hk an, p-n itAj'4,A4111" 04
SOV41mg to a0 6)soient 04 m8de yet
rIe t Ok #rt t' artote mahIgh a

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905


.TEN CENTS A W EK


IEVAILED


SNRRUSS BOURSE


C rculated That a Mlli
Dictator Is Appointed.

SWITTE DENIES REPORT

ened General Strike Ia
to Collapse as the Workmen
t the Empire Did Not Re.
to the Call.
rsburg, Nov. 16.-4:20 p. m
to prevailed on toe bourse to-
the result of a rumor that tie
Duke Nit!;*uias Nic.ollevltch.
der of the imperial guards, had,
pointed military director.
was a stampede of holders of
I stocks who hastened to u1
G government lotteries fell ".'
lnt to 400 and imperial 4's dropped


LUMBER MEN ELECT OFFlIERRS

Two Bodies Met at Columbil-20,
000,000 CPItal Represented.
Columbia. S. C., Nov. 17.-At thb
joint meetlg of the North Carolin
Pine Aasociation and the south Curp
Ulna Lumber assolation held here, thb
bodies as heretofore arranged were
merged' ato the former. The new as
sociatlon will practically control th
lumber industry in the two carollnas
Virginia and a part of Maryland. Iti
combined capital will represent $20.
0O0,000, and Its annual output wll
amount to about one billion feet of lum
ber. EL C. Fosburg, of Norfolk, wa
elected president. Three vice preal
dents, were chosen: South Carolina. D
T. McKelthan, Lumber; North Caro
ilna. John A. Wilkinson. Belhaven;
Virginia. R. J. Camp. of Norfolk.
After Jlscussion it was decided to
accept price list of the South Carolina
as-sociation on long leta pine. The an
so~cation also discussed methods ol
ex','ltinogt transportation.
At the afternoon sessQin an address
was made hy Mr. EdwarJ A. Braniff, ol


S%, a lower point than touched tne forest service, on "The Determlna
any time during the war. tion of Tnitlr Value."
M. Voulch, chief of Premier Witte 's Iktween eighty and ninety delegate
snelory authorized the Associated were present at the sessions, and the
metrtlng was conclude with a banque
a to positively deny t'e rumor taat in raven hall.
dictator had been appointed. H ,_
declare 'd that it had not been de- MoOelipn Wants Fair Count.
dd to eclare martial law in St. P. New York, Nov. 17.-Mayor McClel
burg. lan joined wlli W. R. Hearst in re
questing that the supreme court grant
t. Petersbur, Nov. 17-The outlook the application for a mandamus t
lacr leas thratenlna today, the compel the production of original tal-
ral strike pmlisin to collapse ly sheets before the board of county
thin a few days. The appeal mode canvasaers. The application was
the country to Join in the movement granted, aa soon as the mayor's request
t with no response and the dissen- was madle known at tie argument be
as In the workmen'a council are In- fore Justice Amend. Judge Alton U..
sing. Parker. speaking ln behalf of the may
It is now apparent that extremists or. said that Mr. McCW llan desired
the decision to order, a general po. there should e a full opportnnaly Ilvrn
ca strike hastily and without due to have the will of the voters, aa ex
patralon in the botief that the w.o.k- presscrl on election day. fully and offi
,try would rise at their bidding and dally exprep'sd. j before the manda.
tinue the revolutionary movement. lsba was granted thre board of county
Having once demonstrated the power canv.ssers had reconvened and had ad.
a general strike as a weapon with Journe until Thursday awaiting the
which to t rrorize the government the court's decision.
ders believed they could invoke it
It a monicnt'a notice, but p)op'!ar symv Woman Lived in Three Centuries.
thy falled to respond and t':P h'atd (;ree-nvll.-, 8 (. Nov. 17--Mrs. Anne
ra are reluctantly comp.eit cI to admtli Hlnibalow died .),re In the 104th year
at they cannot force a Iaut ditcce of her age hle was born le-fore
Lght, but niust cone nt theuiselvei. (;Georie 'Waahlnintn J died. H&ie waw a
with calling the preAen sur.kk, a +',i"ewm- nal've ofl wlnnetlt recity. eorargl and
stratlon." %Valle the organtlzed mork.) asr yn() ars of age' wen the t'(ml
Ren of St. Petersburg oleyed thet or f'i nnl Ind!an ratrtackd her family ant
'eiL .er her t;etbe+r and mother and tcok
er to strike many did no grKuminhlngiy t kl hr *ftber and mother ad tk
St the tee of the winter and t.e ne. rc.i he ohr reaptiv, Mrs a l m ow
ty of providing for their farel trlvlhy entiel within a few bert of her
a of tem did not wnt to death, andl taTkrd nterestigly of the
Work. At the Russo-American rublwr old d She was an ol oa
works this morning anti-strikers beat when the ci! l war beau. There i
*4E and drove away a strike deputation no o#!et 'hat she was one of te oldest
Vwhl came to order the workmen out inhabt'ant In this country. er fat.
No e of the papers except the Off- 11, is r,,im for longIty T'i iltr.
tlal Messenger appeared tlas moratnol mi t all take pelar at Oreewood.
'% t the printers of eacj newsapaeri 0"
4't eaelves published 1fy sheets an I
goaielng that the strike was for the"
ipupose of alollishng the fsate of Atlanta W'l Entertain Chicagena.l
.ege. the death penalty anIl martial At'ana '., ov 17t.- iral bsaalSee
law throughout Poland. It is now men ', It At!aa'a nest SaturJay
.*delltely establlaed that the cry set and a'i .' een'*e.*alne4 at la# by
-up by the socialist leaders asalt the ofletr of t(e Atlanta chamber of em.
-aeuUtoa of the Ortoatadt mutlatnre err*. T'. -ec rce for the purpose
wa peremature as their trials ole of ,erablit.r:i twltpr trade relatwoes
AM yet actualy bcgf. btwb .t'n < circo. and thla i cmoa of
T mow stoa which bean last, Ith c 'rot"y The party oleta of rep.
mewIs amagtg l ,a' irat, 4 "f P(Ib O rFAMer.
aMlaatrUala. aal at,,wl' flfn The luaeh will be


SPtbtrk Nov. wh.--Asparto pr' A Oif ine es' InAtlantaa) ,0
After 'us,, etoj' a i *In Tre la laa *1 bt e

sst io thu cabinet with hap eor -rew J M T*rrmll Maye James 0.
Sw lam preltg t s bhoeta held this aft Wbo il and '. editors of the three
rees at TeraLesteleo to eoa~Jir aily p a e the ts of t
h giattee. This Ia the Irt ma eo ,Del t
USg lo the sMmet held aader the 4 d00a the :;of so
I preMiney od his aSmje.y ale dr .t.r
*. all t af reepoamibe mistryl ed for* e*et5e P .
ThelWmpirr. w arrvtved at the Mtewr aav.-n >boeB orV 17--Atte
at -1th11 et4 i lat iathtlei sp eed p I hejre 4 a I 1a ret
teall-ed ~rs msetnlga spa a lit* ne dt h Br4. IsIdaN lear |ld
Qlst mWicnl a usualBMi. HFlar; 'r D ama. of MoAteeis.
WII la rs-' Jr of WIlailtagu
pMitSa to wSrvDe Dri. ed w it ('ors. a 4faeses
m Jel. CU.t k NMv. T1.--MO *"V Pa three It* sa- rl-t wre aim~e4
ha4 Ma Soe a a as e Je iSh lekMs after 11 -rk 'uI ealt frm tlete
R|rdfiltoy to nM o ati" prtio. .** -' a* by rapia De-ard
balm 1lt sad paMned meotr aid eall s r fe, ofePO. pe se
the iam g Soft aspe Iri r tt bt A a *-a hasp uaftaft
|ag|We( ae pi f ei tai The thrw st* eseed IMttle tshei
@o S 4w0 dMr at boage~ L." whei g l P.li e ,s-Ia- t ,' lthe had
.* M N m ft e 9 eal a hbad a Lto p'I e t f f trl
leas ft-M habe. Sig 1 Inra ',rowa at
L- a do 1 iiAm fi S AN SMN


ORm TALLY I FIVE PEOPLE ARE
Labor Dedegate Have Many Impor.
tant Questions BIefor Them.
SlAMa Pltrtburi, Pa., Nov. 17.-Tue first UMlED TO DEATH
S E'* Xessilon ot the lourtu a y'd procrdilus.
P. H. Sculln, a labor organirsr who
fe Hearst's Lawyers Frotested a tI knows to uniou aucn ln all parts of Residents of New York Tone
e uber f Ti the Unital t'tatea, was severely critt I
ber f The.sed by Frank Duffy, of Indianapeollt. meat Perish m Fauim, .
Swho took exceptiuu to yesterday's t-I -
SOONTlST FOR THE MAYORALTY iUo of the lt.Jeratlou In adopting a VICTIMS WERE ALL ITALIANI.
resolution endorsing the Industriall
The Beard of CeaeeWra Allow No One pearte assUOation. Deletate f)uty. who Bodies of Three Women and Two Me.
S Bu Theouesiee to Handle Shntsl. ls 'Vs'ery of the Brothrrh.oed of Car. Are Recovered, and More RemalW)
S. a G poutert *ad Joino.l, charlied Scullln
S One DItriot.Show a Gain of Seven with Irrm-lular ltler n connection with May Yet Be Found--Firemn vSIed
Votea for Heart. labor affarll in varkou. parts of tbhe Many Lives.
New York. Nov. 17 'e ct I e, that New York. Nov. 17 .\t leat five
Prvse's~nt (ompers atnouln(edt that
;tally sheet In New Yor -t,,ce, n ay .t he matter wutld be il iill.attention IprI-oli wt.i btWir d to del'al in au
oralty iceation were o:,! n. d today by lar. Italhan ltenelent lhom at ';I 4.&;I :
o the board of county canl r11r.1 t. I ti-att Joh third slrv t, oarly todlay..
Ith:clute Johannearn offered a m-
W. R. Hearst's I&a*s proteti> l tlei r'culne a donanilon of 1l00 rdI Thie house was slx storl'x s iihI aiul
I- e ig t or the first thirt, : l.. i tiakn by t Irick for I uter ntainien the ellt tI(ianta* on thiAw fl e uppr
f from the envelopes, bt .i i,, ,il'y were of the i I ilration dIle.Ite .rlThI flours wire made prisoner by Lhe.
found to differ from a :urn eo aluaker aid the mousy n tabinl,,l ifles, with tle* ground floor a r arilo;
which the count ele,. c,; r \ McCe'iHIad l turnarcet be neath thuni. Tareo of those'
f lan mayor was based. withthrke ad of the Iot bac,,t1d njr' who lun their lives were kanellag in
In one election dtli.: Mr. lieurst stru and shoit not bac'plti wul prayer syhl> the are reached them.
any citrceutiariatnr Thee mitct ion Wa
was found to have w.o; U more votes v oroy e d n jo rhnn.a Whliu tl* Irst hour, Iaftr the f r
than were counted forvig rn n was ulder cotrul. the bHoiles of thWe
In the thirteenth elc ,.n district of was rieqt, laed to put I in ritlineg n womui t nd two ll t ;had been taken
ht *b I preser t it Iater to the, ccmliittnILie for
Sthe first assembly di- Ii. the ally action. from Ile stairways btwee n the e4
sheets showed that ra t ,l nine, votes Wa R. Moslonr. raerna! deante front and alnd third floors, The police bet
missing from the publl'., c-unt it the Briitsh latlor Trades' coutitil. was lve that the fire was started by a
was not stated which illndldate these then Intronluedrd and aJdln l th cn. Incendiary. The to started In a
uncounted ballots had (' nt. veflin at leth on the tltr siu heap of rubbhlh at the bottom of an
The board of eanva&-, re allowed no tin In laI ar shaft, and spread through the In-
one but tLemselves to i.l. IIe the tally terlor lo a grooery sture on tae ground
Sheets. Counsel for >'h Mr. HIeart REFPSED TO PAY FRACE. floor,
and Mayor McCelian 'e re allowed to Within a few mominet- all the re as.
read all the sheets w :li ,.uttching Venezuela Has Turned Down Plumley capes were Mpcked with persons whom
I them. (emparlisone w.r r., conflned tn Arbitration Award. the lanes hoad cut ol from escape by
Sthe votes cast for ma,,r cmNrptrilllr Pars. Nov It ---Te foreign office, the Interior stairways.
ant prteldent of the b,,ardl of aderr i p lvli,'i thit el'rss.i,, nt laro y+- When the lre department arrived
nien. ..- l'ray r.r d to pay the h rcond 1u with lie ladder e *iy every one on
S COAL SARGE IS SUNK. i .':ltiintit - el rbt. li, cl ere <.tn> f,*r. Adllng to the ,lith n of the st eo
SCut In Two by tl lnship Kershaw.. 't.a" u-illinelln Caue of Accident Unknown. V' n,,II ,lr tI. 'iring ,tii','na) ,rt with heir irms full of personal po
Norfolk. Va Nov 17 -Ttn oceen o'b, prior tO t1nil, J,,'!. VFrinlk Pri slinsn whille their wivre f(eaht nahlded
going coal bargi e- r.;ik Pentilleton Al s I). ot N,>rt,.ll,-,, Vt e.. iprlelt.'nif t ito l )rte te' l children front b leng
Scut In two and ntnk lby the Merchanlr tif e anrlrltiton e,,lnrnsl ,n which nivctrampl'd by Ithl crowd or sufflted
and Miners' Trn:,hliortali ol CouipIaos at Northflh! larf ye.ytr ly tih e s k ol,'
steamer Ke'rstic a fTf the' Lambert's Thpe Jilx s.,fent was in fn.vor Point coal plerc ll 'ho onter harbor which wN awar l I atout (;1l:.ii cIII ugavpl by the' fir'nie Tu1 d *,d:
today as Ithe K. r :,:w was Crco i lr nto an I I'lel l, !'.!,: ('*.Thro plalt it le I lt it ( frt BPoston i,. l l ith fr ;ht ano t '.iilmou n t iIf ih awari r '.r I. niiiiit:,. Alit)lon l.ire-'
Spassengers., ai' 'T... ,o'lfl ylll >ml t., dime' ) ('l aJ1lr TIm, /a.
The Pendtio-fn -'A lylng at :en':ioi trrdly *sa. n t pal1l Ir tnia 1n ia.
S fr, the coal 1 ) 4 A lltlng t,) .lI! In A clar'ci'i), Ite.' '. r ir.'T;Aui pi rl AnI ,ilol Ze'nrd,
low for Protl I R I. tllh rtcal 4; ii'l fu lll r, .. p y the lh '!llm nt The le I e r h,. :ils., told lhe p
captainn MleHi n le o.if the. P, ndlrlon :n the** r,,nd 'that .llil i.a't" r,,la Ire to'wiy stIllf I m Itlsr'k f and noot-
and h;s entire. '- l wrre re'.rt ud lby It on. le.'* *..In ranee 1rn- e'ne.xe els elty hal r.c,ntI I n i him letters do
it.e Kerrabw, at: after Itinding a:,' fulrrrusl, *1 I T1,ae ofocltals here manulingg o) Alhel,.h ihe .lmasnd
hy ftr a time. p, ,,.Idead to her Nor dec llne (to rilnit hl that this r jiillA did no' st"a what l luh -nalty was to
folk pier. Prrol*alt ramrin l not paying thI in be thr rterfle I# pal) thn moaoy. tIb
SNo statement I. mare oncrcrlnl the st.llns.n pollter' *it" I, 1c a In "inve IsUlate Ias
cause of tee irrl', at,. The** Inrcident i considered to b I) t a i l 't it tIe fre was started4 by
Tao Kershaw iff red on!y a sllght furtlor provocation. the rti r or 'he l'to, r
lols of paint frmnn hir bow. --
.. .... SHOOTS WOMAN; KILLS $LF.
Not a Forolgree Appointed. Statehwe fee Arlsena .
Wasslnlton. s,, I?---44o fa ,sl k Ttr'so,.. Arit Nov. 17.--A nemb t Tragedy Occures n sibukrfbe df Strme
foreigner has I.. appointed to the ef eadig ba oel i" profu'ional ham, Albema.
Amcwlean sons ar eurice abroad 'eltlins held a mIt.itg aI sight i fItrr,,irghau. Ala Nov. ?1,--A.te
sintracrvn fscre Itr t anrumod olffe rait. 5 ealm Ipelga la th latres t ofl having b.* n clIrneId I a room foe Oa
1'Ib e lintn'lin of mnRaJ of the 'r ne 'e rl w or tbf ( for Ith bell termsl *sear will I c n ,oin -a th.. s*u't b *l,-. IbeWrt Webb,
Improvemcsrl 'of coeslar rsytm*ia Fo"r r Mayo (tria- eaulestI rnih, eplyc l by be Krbie linllA e ea.
far s be CA w!l', it( watlIs or ** ws uis4 iprew d t ad Dr. Mark % lalty ,iaot d fatally woos4ed Mlu
grl lrral l tion tha 'Airkoe of t geas. er ry. Tshe ,Eiof Ra a Norm Isrrbortrneilh, aed sam tlhe
refloram statti? th". .- mIb. wet e o thisftoll reeculatwe Re.iPool:osu Ieinehd his pifel to) his own breast
rwfor(i:ms t reary sdote e W folloiai rwlettoB "th.a.t:, len I- hts sol to :le **I 11a et
Asrde from t *., ',r i hat a foreigaip TlAt we favor the a4idIki*n el A f a.,sI put a bullet tUlrigh thi ber, dy.
stellrly u l-sln' *a mapetea4 o ta k6 ms a etate on sllch r*ra. *" *i s astisa ly. 'll woeided womas
Ies Lrter(e then sa Amis retra I k tis ** ar gra. oes 5IWteptnlu ... *,*i sprel lll t t of the o O ul ra blM .
developm st of ,.cir rfade abroad l ite do New Myrto. h'labr ',n re wDea b dropped frll eaAlltles, dil
felt that that s Iatl stroe wtet mai tay lgler (rt(r.al ,,nli to the ins. of blood The WveI m aI
a** Ils*tu'ar t.t rrelatinM tcJkht I.* w oeuo Imose the ihorgll ordered a y
e atat lh r F 4 th Aprae O kgre Ging latesats acre4easaly q1Uare si.d about leow
aop- II i ., rLw *> *ucfr lkl tNmJ b Old---- 1h -l l<< WN-. tM Ofe

usaular *sot */ 'Ui sttd m-t) thsmee. Ter n. ?w '7 .A .r erohip of a wateb
n would ha Imp,.* i sIrldeg hi StI t.li M11.*** frB larrtman 1T'a T. weresr 1a l a estillgl a the1
tmlo Ibe tll I4. '* te a try wtetI a wrw e etty. slys 'te n tearl theory that sai'brr pIary might kbv
merely empK)>.I every y v 4an bees '*ed e 'e ts abe both pTeerI. et Miss earteWM
.... .,lt ubtay lIwa- ,r *',r* ... a .,f eb, wo te tf lji ea esi re
-*peaker Hi I--aI Vey ibt ai llf to *ale mess^llas q*r. dee*(rae Etht Weth dM (*<
la,,ehorr 1vs.e4 vo, rn. ,,,I ai '. ".. ,.. .
D iZ s. Iow NM.'jt.--Wkh .:, fanie I"r h ''x ,,, ol, axiiu
m rog a. a sI. r m' 1' *tEr at Vse*--' T!er l Wad, a '* wrebb ihs a I family Ia Pst ih Ala
ero are Irin taea- I g b6ia t 'pr4 ''e *L**' tic afi t e-, ory sai MaN S"'rebotweoga's Iis at s tB
t a. '4 7"" Y ,e* M a th
A. 3et#p g wW (ga iset d a.,t''l .* rtf tatmi ag......
Se i a.t arsrnI. 1, wrape.ons et '""t7 'V "1 I ** P h*l t?.' ,,, .*.
i hte'rar &s *",~hl- bak* s i''T ',", i'Steu ^ekp U4 toI OUIe0/.
der 4 Irre 'u -4frs fmb' h -. 1.'-- -A n W *e'asasbpl
1s pro~ er a *, tC l sflteloa wbles wIIIt brinx iake4mi 1oep


dlary bL* --stmi oo .*a 0;eo a i* m '"rr 'i ')r, fttAItt Elk f 555t isin tU i f Ja
ebe s" I A a ''Aw eta t r seeof .. An 0 4'a4 CfAI3.55 prVt5 has h.."" a t1.'ArSt*4 As
D-si "wb a r n & 5 a'wi i ta'v ib.V eJ. *i~W~ '*e'. ql 5v404 gk i as90" &sie, .eevera eeL t y711
4tail tneE '..:- @196" me.*4 4 1 '6k pr o1 lam '. '. s.Laefy iT .0 1 *rIet el nIcr 1h eJllllU'
o pt& &" so tt- I lo"11 I s. a '' IAs f 116,%41 vr '.' MOW #5 A' 1 te gj 4 He lg
msbs~ f 1e~~ ro *I of j 13' .4tssee4Is t"sWe'wihi A s e e hil
4e 006 6 a 0 40 IS O d ** b MM tW1 & *g "WSJL"J1 9 2l04 o ) I r 1uA rcmAuht040 SPaa
111 ' (C P ('* ~Y -C ~I ~ LU'% kr' *Y ra' -i ~mgp l ai anin ~.., 1Wn at s
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^ONSIDCIIRA1LI WORK HANDLED

4, oa n important Cases Carried
Q u01-t' Common Law Docket is
NM. y P lniehed-One Appeal Tak-

S'4. November term of the circuit
t'for Alachua county was cnnoltu.
aeday, Judge J. T. Wills pre.

I jestment case of Palmer vs.
her, in which W. H. Palmer brought
Mtlion against Fannie Parker, was
i eflsome length. The evideaoe onesist
Sd of a record of the prooeediop and
adgmentofa justloe of the peace.
the record was objected so by the at.
torney for the defendant, and the
eourt eastained the objetioo, which
resulted in a verdleo by the Jury, on
direction of the eoont, of not guilty.
S Th e ae will be taken to the supreme
coort.
The following eases in assumpilt
were diposd of: Waterman & Co. vs.
j. Baire, judgment for $218.84; E4-
W*d Anderon vs. E. J. Baird, judgi
AlM t for 1.900; L. N. Pearoe, judg-
lest for $220 69.
The Albion Mining and Manoofatnr.
-- g COo. V. Riley & Millard, replevin,
Maslted In a judgment for the plain-
fli for 35 tons of phosphate rook. A
similar oase by these same parties also
malted to a like Judgment for the
plalatiiff.
l tthe aee of J. R. Eddais vs. Sam
S Oook, In asumpalt, a judgment was
I o ebtaled for $70.
The followlto who were before the
;. IIbO Jory oharMed with murder were
S-dhalmhed. no true bill beilo found :


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J:
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flrh Debo*e, Bd Kite, Will Harris
Od Dan Johnson.
Isveral unimportant eases were con-
atned for the term.
Tho common law docket is nearly
jailed up and the term will not be
s long as some anticipated at the op.
slag of the salon.

RESOLUTIONS OF OONDOLNOCE

Adopted on the Death of Mrs. Ella Pa-
gan of This Oily.
The following preamble and resolu-
tlo were adopted by the Home Mis.
oIos and the Woman's Foreign Mis.
es asocieties on the death of Mrs.
Ella Paan, at their meeting held on
November lObh, 10n06i
Whereas, God, our Heavenly Father,
hto k Ilslnte wisdom and mercy has
een A tso take from our midst our be-
loivd sister and co-worker, Mrs. Ella
hgas; therefore, be It
lesolved, That In her death the
M. 3. Ohoreh, South, has lost one of
It faithful members amd our soeleties
ea of their earnest and devoted work-
es.
BReolved, That we question not the
wisdom or goodanes of Him who uf*.
tred this etroke to oomao po a u, but
Ihat we humbly bow to His holy will,
b lloviag that He doeth all things well
lor those who love and Wem Him.
Resolved. That we emulate her
many virtues and oherih the memory
of her aooelatioe with as In the work
of our saoietlee.
Resolved, That we extend our sym.
palhy to her tbreaved family and rld.
aiMve. and that we commend them to
Vim whose word asures the blessed.
ae of "the dead that die In the
Lord."
That a copy of thee* reolitlons b,
farashed The talnaeslle sun. The
Florida Christian Advosate and als
the family of the deceased and that
they be rvecrdled in our ninutre.
MI. 1. W. FaIII.L. Chnm..
Mk M :l.vI v.y
%hu. W. R. Teous,
C otitnite W V,. M. tktIetyI
HiM T J NIim, Chml
omit W 1.Ii Nr' l e
MN | 1. InIta,
Comttite, HI M oett


sT mrae k


Oftin Te KliMys Ire
SWekoeid by O er-Werk.
UnIealthy Kidnys MIe ,Impfre Uood
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
Traced to the kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that'
J"arly all diseases
have their beginning"
in the disorder Iof
these most important
Te kidneys filter
and purify the blood-
that is their work.
Therefore, when your kidneys are weak
or out of order, you can understand hw'
quickly your entire body is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
duty.
Iyou are sick or feel badly." begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
as your kidneys are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If you are sick you can make no mi-
take by first doctoring your kidneys.
The mild and the extraordinary effect of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
stalnds the highest for its wonderful cures
of the niiiot distressing cases, and is sold
on its merits by all
druggists il fifty-cent
and one-uollar sire
bottles. You mtay v
have a sample xbttle nae.ofitnm.est
by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if voui have kidney or
bladder trouble. 'Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kiliner & Co., Bing-
hamton, N. V. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kiliner's Swamp-Root, and the ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.


ECONOMIIING IN PRINTNTW

Government Office Not Turning Out
as Much Work.
Washington, Nov. 17.-Aetlng Publlo
Printer Ricketts, in an Interview pub-
lished today says:
Judging from the volume of work
now being turned out at toe govern-
ment printing office, economy has
struck the government departments
hard. We are now printing about as
much stuff as we JId five or six years
ago. The amount ham fallen off great-
ly within the last three months and
during my connection with the office
has never been at so low a point as
now.
Mr. Ricketts attributed the falflng
off In requests to printing to the nflu-
ence of the president and be deter-
mination of the heads of the depart.
ments to cut down the printing bills
which had grown to enormous propor-
tions,
Mr. Ricketta thought the Investiga
tion of the Keep commisson and that
more recently the LAndis committee,
who had much to do with the now ex.
lating conditions.
It has been necessary in some In-
stances to lay off employee of the of.
fbce who were working temporarily.
This, with ilck leaves, has reduced the
force, and there are perhaps less men
and women at work In the printing
office this mouth than at any other
thne for several years. Mr. Ricketts
said It did not look am though t would
be neeessory to employ *any extra
printers this winter.


WOMAN AWARDED BIQ ALIMONY

Important Decision It Renered by an
Ohio Judge-Lawyere OGt P0o0.
Cincinnati. Nov. 17.-DOaeldoa that
a separation was warranted oader all
the circumstances, allmony to the
amount of 8260 a monthl and attorney's
ees of $6.000, were ordered by Jud*g
James H. wilng, In tbhi city, today ta
the sult of Mrs. Maddea for aMU~ay
pendiln the decision of the Keataoky
courts oa the suit for divorce between
Jobh Madden and herself. TIo l.
mony Is to be seared to Mrs. Madae
pomanently. but the Ohio court hbls
that the childrra are within the )mrte
dietloa of the Kentucky court and that
the Ohio court cannot deride as to
their dispoaition. It Is further decid
ed that Mrs. Made's bona sid roe-
deee is io talaclaatl. and that she
could. therefore, malatain a suit for
divorrc la the Ohio courts which hav
jfrisdlctlom In er came.
Judcg wing blieved a recmollal
tioa as seemalagly impossehle. aad
therteore a separation was warrated.
and the wrteL support imperative,


Kits Discharged. I Seabe Puwle Cer .
Ia se U e of ofd Id. H. Kate. bound Ib Sea1bnard Air Line e"#etaee but.
4UO ts the gra0 d ju r ehurg d r!w ith' fsprio eat@# %besere Wa & sO
bMibe g oose Iradley. S 001"d Ma. Tampa on train mlearts Weido that
4 OpUe Hel0 s0 t 1 escutlhe. the O"Im a the moraItng teaitfree
s loed m, cme w Iateofelt and loved
jw im bilit. OW 660 defeaduI &ad h 0
To im eaver doweeiau.e i I a
Is it Your
'bT L&XAIIY3 maowo aetaime

taftle esre. H. W? Qr s O rw
Pona*bei WOwn It7


iLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 18,
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Men Abeorbed In Hot Metal.
Phladelphis, Nov. 17.-Durlng the
Inquet held in the cases of John F.
Orkin and 'Joseph Garcla, laborers,
who were killed at the Midvale Steel
works on Nov. 10, I was testifed that
the two men bad entered a pit and that
80,000 pounds of hot hetal poured from
a leak and completely absorbed them.
Not a track eof the bodies of the men
was discovered. The steel company
has dldded to take about 8,000 pounds
of the steel from the place where the
men were last seen and have it buried
out of respect for the dead workmen.
The cononer's jury rendered a verdict
of accidental death.

Molders Quit Their Jobs.
Decatur, Ala./Nov. 17.--The confer.
ence held here by Curtis and Dolan,
representatives of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad, and a committee of
molders was In session all day, the rail.
road refusing to meet the demands of
the molders. The molders asked for
their time, which was given them.
Everything is quiet and most of the
men have left for other foundries. No
trouble is looked for.

Son Lost Mother.


"Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reld of Harmony. Me.
"For the past five years, however, on
the slightest ignof a cough or cold, I
have taken!Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which has saved me
from eriou long trouble." His moth-
er's death was a sad loss for Mr. Reid.
but he learned &tat lung trouble must
not be neglected. and how to cure it.
Quiekest relief and eoir, for coughs
and eolds. Prioc 10i and $100; guar-
anteed at all dru stores. Trial bot-
tles free. _
Neither Duelist Was Injured.
Sidney, N. 8., Nov. 17. -News has
reached here from St. Plerre, Mliuielon
yesterday that a duel was recently
fought between Louis l gass and M.
Capron, former chief justice of the
Island. The weapons usel are said to
have bees pistols and the distance 46
paces. Neither party was Injured.
The duel was the result of an old elec.
tion feud.

Reduction on Cotton Tariff.
Toronto. Ont., Nov. 17.-The tariff
commission considered a variety.of ap.
plications yesterday largely of a per.
sonal character. A reduction in the
duty oa white cotton from 15 per cent
to 14 per cent was asked by the Ota-
rio Catters' assolcatlt The Amxeri
eaa Wall Paper company presed bor
a reduction I the tariff.


CASTOR IA

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bIMim bahve c "m Ike the ey Sre
of batue ttest- eyfe that prnetate all
pUbterfUge and pfteft It s Isgod to
mt betm them the ISIb ld. tfWlthat
havewed s bums seeMly. but the
bas- al o t@H bas 0be potyed ty
pan. In to the ra3* sateme life at
bom Wuo yem s an t "W be
ad te ebddm avo-4Mt is wham the
lasms ane leanwd ft W.

Chy Direciwy Pe rse.
We hbe" a numweof sopeeof
Swuit' CityDiracp"" fumWeat The


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No Sheort in Clerk's Book.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 17.-If the in
spectora who examined the books ofi
Edward C. Bearden, the late money
order clerk of the Augusta postoffice.
have found any shortage, there hasl
been no statement to that effect. Last
night Aulatlat Postmaster E. B. Hook
in reply to a question, salad that he
knew of no such finding, and made the
statement that he knew of no reason
why the Impectors would decline to
make sueb a statement, though, as a
matter of fact, the result of the exam.
Nation would be made known to the
potoffice department In Washington.
Miss Mamide Bearden, sister of the late
E. C. Bearden, now lies at the point
of death at her home here. She has
been ln ill health ever since the shock
caused by her brother's suicide.


A perecl Remedy forConstipa-
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Worms ,Convulsions ,leverish-
ness and Loss or SLEEP.
Fac Snilc Signature of

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Time Table in effect September 24, 190.


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i:& wee n sAoptea tot
by Committee.
MUBal meeting o
i'' itional AM oiation i
SwllIAmi, OOmmening )De
'hir Anial meeting,
soe of the bezt e'%-v
aMoslation in this State.
The Progrm
th* A sol Meeting. Florida
Aias-lation at Miami,
Ir., Degtierm >7-7, 190.o
Wehdneia Deember 27, 8 p. m.
a.a bst yleesyne Orehestra.
jlvreMles-Bev. W. W. Faris, D. D.
SAdd .of welcome on behalf of the
ety1 .iiN. Mlelbell B. Price.
Os bealdf the teachers of Dade
Ity-eof. W. W. Hall, principal of
Miss BgllS leool.
Mio at9h leyne Orehestra.
Blpeoo to addresses of welcome on
Behalf the anoelation-Prof. J. W.
Meloug, euperlatendent city scbools
-.r 'nlamp.
Abdaalasddreby President A. A.
MarpMreMr Tallahassee, president of
-the Sat Oollege for Women.
Thursday, 9 a. m.
Invoootion-Rev. W. E. Staunton,
VoWl solo-Mis Pearl Gardiner.
Leetre to be supplied.
Selenee In the Grammar Schools-
Prof. N. M. Evans of Tampa.
Tena minutes for general discussion.
eebi1ag of English in the Grammar
Sebold-Prof. R M. Evans of Tampa.
Teos tiltee forgeneral disaassioo.
Te iblng of English in the Grammar
8ehoole-Miss Ada F. Merritt of Lem.
on Oity.
Ten minutes for discussion.
Thursday, 2:30 p. m.
Solo-Mrn. Eugene Romph.
Annual address of State Superio.
tendeut W. M. Holloway.
The Standard Course of Study for
he High School: What It Should Be-
Prof. R. M. Ray. principal, Plant
-Oilty Prof. L. B. Edwards, principal,
'.awsanee High School.
Thirty minute for general discus-

Thursday, 8 p. m.
Musie by Biscayne Orchestra.


C_ 111 1 ll a0 U ulmonary DisesMM. All
Drugisest, we n. Roand 1.
TRIAL BOTTL FREE BY MAIL
o1 naua miamere and idde teo
MOmIwo iC,. N ha Sme. Neow yek

ANNIVERSARY ANIMADVERSION.

Enjoyed at the age Home of Albert
Weber, No Gainesville.
Thursday evening, November I6th,
was a very memorable oce for Altert
Weber, the piano mpanofacturer, who
has resided in North (iainesville for a
year, that evening being his flrst to
celebrate. There was a large number
present at his pleasant cottage and
nothing was spared to make the occa-
sion long to be remembered.
Mr, Weber has a cultured taste for
decorations and he did this part with a
lavish hand. It was a perfect bower of
beauty and admired by the recherch*
gathering of beauty and beaux of this
city.
Milsic and mirth made the evening
glide swiftly by until the time for the
dainty refreshments, when the large
crowd partook of a toothsome repast
that was in keeping with the other ar-
rangementsso carefully carried out in
every detail. It was an event long to
be remembered by all.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and long
remedy,and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
ard Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. Thee worthless Imi-
tation have similar sounding names:
Beware of them. The genuine Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow
package. Ask for it and refuse any
osubsttute. It is the best remedy for
coughs and colds. J. W. McCollum
& Co.


GRO MEET. Be FM That DoEs GM


What He D to* HamletS."
A group of actors at the Players'
club were once engagil in a discus-
elon as to the ability andl mpartiality
of certain proteeslonal Tritlen of the
drama, when Maurice Iturrymore re-
ferred to a certain TDeavvr Joirnallet
who was widely kiown for his dra-
matlc criticisms. "IIn' wti," said
Mr. Barrymore. "was 'rtaihnly one of
the ablest of them. lHe wrote noet
learnedly, with the kemet analysis
of every phase of the a4tor'r art. and.
above all, with no little \ I:t. I nm Just
reminded of what w-l pI,'rimhap the
briefest dramatic 4le .iiin ever
pennIl. It will i rtably outlive
everything elie Ilaywaril ditl It ran
about as follows:
'Ge played "Hamlet" at thei rilhor Grand
Opera loose last tndlhi le playvl It
till 12 o'clock.' "-Ii-llrn r' Weekly.
Ti.e Hem ltrd'. Ultr.
In his aubeection os n nll, nrl tloon"
of types of birds and artniiml Si r John
Lubbock tells us of a larllcular clbw
in New Zealand whe'r. the male and
female differ widely as t% the structure
of their bllls. Tbe miale blrd lha a
bill, stout and strong, Iltitle to cut-
ting and digging IntI a ttr w, but be II
deficient In that bon Ilointed tongue
which would permit ltm to pierce bth
grub and draw It out T'le lien bird
bua. however, an olong n z.l anil straight
bill, "and when thie ot, II e dug down
to tie burrow the h) ii Inll-.rt ber long
bill and draw. out O'. irulh, which
they illvdlel l'tween'I ..i i :i 'r\ irtmt.-


MU e 4uartsete. Boy Run Over and Killed. ty Illuntr.tilo of th i
Oaving the Boy a quaree Deal-Prof. Atlanta( Nov 17.--While attempting mate, to thle Ihunaltil
-A. L. Bohrie of Stetson Unlversity. to cross the street opposite the home -
Leeture-To be supplied. of his parents, David Robinson, the 3- Best Liniment n I
Friday, 9 a. m. year-ol ason of Morris Robinson. of 11l8 Hnry I) RBldwin .ii
Invooation-Rev. J. D Lowe. Pledmont avenue, was run over and City Waerwok, .s cll
Solo--MissJulia Taliaferro. killed by a coal wagon driven by Jim write,: 'I hla trad n
Some High School Ideals-Miss Hat- Kitchens. a negro, who works for J. liniment-, hut I hare ne
tie Carpenter of Miami. W. Will. I Is said that the degro much benefit uti l I oi
Prof. W. Hulvey of Deand- was driving a double team at a gallop snow Liniment fir rheu
down Piedmont avenue, and after the pains. Ith*nk it ith. etat
,Subject to be supplied. beavy coal wagon had knocked down earth 256, MDc arntl (1.
Expression and its Relatiou to Edo- and run over the liUle child did not W Johnaon.
eatio and Life-Misa Edith W. Moses stop until nis horses were brought to
-of Tallahassee. a stadatlidd by citizens The negro wa IEI'OR' I I I I I t I '
Business sepsion taken hold of. but later succeeded tn ,t--
Friday Afternoon. esc Exersion on P. & steamroot to the scene. First National
'GOlf stream, given by citizens of Mi- :d W e
sm11. Held White Boy In Peonage.
Friday Evening. ('r:iarotle. N. ('., Nov. 17.-Johin at e-ev.....ir, ...o
a owa A an dM r*l.o .of humi two- N. IMo
Ooaeert by Miami Conservatory ef T'aoan and I llen Martin, of Cherokee, ,
MUsk county, South Carollna, were arrested I,rdnrt*mdir-...,r,,
Reeeion by cities of Miami. and taken to Baleksburg by Deputy '""1 a' N'fua....-" '" .i'
United states Marshal A. L Hollman Im. uto hu~ .ss .1 am ,'I
All therailrod and steamship lines ou a charge of holding a lwite by *mI emI usI on I' m. r
of the Saue have granted a roond trip named Pnithugth White In peoanae. The Ij* ,4u. eurllire r
fre plane eents and the executive prisoners were placed under 1600 bond Ia frO,M ai.. .. a,.ai ,*a,.
immrlltee is endeavoring to do better by natted States (Commlulouer A. A.err awnt-
I lur f 111% t.4,., ,d halaii
1in. to which case they will anoonoee Tre.cott, who will hear the eviJesee fts",, r
thnLgh the prese. The Halevoee Ho- Mondary. 4'h< .-, ,iM .er ..r t,..
i OV f, u, ( l ql 1 |44 -1 ;,l ~ t. I,,i
el will be the asoeilation's eadquar. a- -aent.
tsa rld has give special rate of 2 60 Neuralgia Pains. i
iday,. a ha tbe San Carlo Hotel. Ri.enmrnatm. lutbalgo and seiais,.lEe ., .
The BZerglade will makes $ODate pains yield to th penetratlngl litlol**- a" I' T
d the 8oethera $1 i perday. eoceof alLard's Snow Lasimeeit. It .
Further Inlaormaioaorn be e mend rc ,~;
roer i information camn b eeored penetrates to the nerve and boea, T .,
frem y e of the reeptio soa ltt, and being ir atrtd ,lto the blood Its
44 Miami, the membmrt of which are: beolin pr perti,. are eoneyed to v. 514 ? f 'r,1 .
Pllr. W. W. Hall. H. P Bragg sad 8. ory part of the body. andw elem oe t am"
Frash Ouamso. wonderful cure A ts, jtc ad I. Sold N.aIme .. Rm h.. '*t..l.
--by W. M. Johonon IIf w,,W, -.'. .- ,awp
Hi H im on the Head. I a-d e .rus~ .. ik.n
Deputy 8lber(ilf oaty of Wiadeor ar- Smith Re E'ected Mayor eo Maeee.. "..s .. ,M
elat Adolph Whie. black, sar nam- '** N'ov I7- Tn mea ouf the ,
lthe ertIlet works I tl his lty eter* close* r n,' l exiting routes' Ma. ,.,*** oru
day m rtis for aesalesg a wabl from eoa h -as r L'rorw. mrtdlee smith T.,. .t .
AllMr aiadolph. White madede s e *efestd J'* A. LI Mllelr for the 11 i t-hm.* e -*.Mt a
sllamisatd e oeri hit oe ,yol"y Tb ma)orWty gives M.
tb heed wilt his revolver, whbe be mtth was 83 The real wot polled la m-m, .. u, e
Mimi s wa 2)06 gome votle e however, were e*** ** a,
t lee bekl eas bef J threasos oat rn are t itmPrs opr at C're t ate.
p eofterry afthermso. bet ad- f .ament yI aRi as t"we hal (, -
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Latn Was 0it of Sliglt.
"Yesz." 'iahi one of thel tIr'.llluE men
wh, cere tell!ug storiet In front of the
hotel. I w~i.' oln(e out of s t of land
on tIhe Atlantic oceaI tweint -o0o

"on) thei '.aitlie one tin,.' I duiin't zsee
lui! I for tw,,ti y-nlne day. .i;l itith-
er .\A ;it1!. hn' Ibead d I r 1i's, tlh
chl. aig itiNs~ta poet 8a14l klo. hled tlhe
aflhes I4rim Ihis ilgar.
"I started atro S the Kimiv river near
Lawrn ituI n a sklff oucv \\ len I was
a kidl." he nmil. "alnd w:-, out of sight
of land Itfore I reaclhefl the other
side."
".w, come off"' came from one of
the crowd. "Tbe Kaw tsn't miore than
300 yards wide anywhere along near
Lawrence."
I didl.t say It was," snidl the little
man quietly. "Tr skiff turned over,
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SJr as8 year; ..A six months: tl sthree
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1JaaXg notilcc in loal column 10 mnts a liN
lt Iusertion. and 5 ce~ts for eckad ldlMdJs
6i0ates for display advertising made kaowo ma

TUe Twice-a-Week Sun s an eight-paf, forty.
eitl paper, published every Moey ad
riraday, ad coa akis all the, rmws d he
eel, local, State sad goentr, sad win be
mietd, potage free, to any pert of the Uated
S at5 or Cuanad, for St a year-ia advance.
All advertitsln bllo become due after fart
neearuceof advertseeimint, nle otherwise
I or la eatreact. rties not khio to us
e' rMqetured to pay for advertise agla- I
4 A. Addher, THI DAILY SUN,
Osmasvasea, PlA4

INDUSTRIAt EDITION,

I', I aonwer to the many Inquiries of
Salads regarding the Indretria Edl.
we will state that all orders for
ihi aarme sent in or left at The Bon of-
r te will be as promptly filled as posel-
ble. Owing to the great demand for
oplee of the edition some may be a
tte late no reaching people from a
ditlsaes, but they will sure be there.

t'he ob-oommlttee of the Panama
a omml Ooa ssion favon a look oanal
1-. is lI every prospect of It being
Sod-lLooked for some time to oome.

I Tle Talla hl aee Dally CapitOl 14 oloe
samsee yearly advertising eontraos
S Mth andidate for Sta8t Senator. Two
'90w have their advertisements la that

the Isle of Plos be heasapped thb
seeM r that made her fast to Cabs and
l w preparing to Boat o the Oarib.
Wuearse wlbthot the aid of a tow-line
At"m the Qoes of the Assilles.

t f yoa desire to do buolase the"
4.ky o mo st advertlhe. The best
"-leet4rer oaea th, ir he hau ot got a
S'pestatilon, eao' draw a beaoe anle
Sbe pIts after the people with printer's
I k. Printer's Ink Is what makes bul-.
asm move.

O. oanday, November 3th, rSe, 0.
?. selll, the emiaoat divlse of AUe.
i 'etM Pa., will deliver his fameas er-
o -, "To Hell sad Bek," sad em
fIl Moaday evening Lewis orrioo will
dlay '"Mphisto," la "Fat.," at the
same house.
S *~~-- i i^- --
lSee of the papers that thought the
SDemieerls had earrid the Ualted
S states and were planolag too -to
S W 1shlagston inaugurate n he Preel
death now reallrise the feet Ihat It is
as "off year" electloe and ooly a few
S tate had an election.

If a eotton faory in (Georgia is
mado to pay 16 per cent on the lanav *
S mot, why cannot the same profit be
- e o oa li Florlda? We have thebo
aw material at hand and there are
geea meoo a on ur county and eity
who have faith lu a cotton factory.

Th rentday of the Ssate Vlair at
Talmp was a good opener. owrr T.Oit
tickets benlg old. When we stop
to consider that the people are not so
eager for the fret day, the erowd was a
good one. The Fair is he beat ever
held in the Routh and there will be a


larger crowd next week.

The larger of any soetion of the
country ar* better able to Jodge what
breed of horse are needed for all work
thaa any one elser sd they school *ex
*ete seare t makiLg purchase. la
many loealitVie the borseO are too
heavy for plowing amid other tar
work. owlag to he lighted. sady ool.
Eiperieeq. is the bres teacher of what
is tst suited to the work expected of
a hor a os. tn i farm and froqoesay it
tOr e ,,tat iLat for oervlce the moule
the bte We are getting many good
S heres friti kentutky. but from hardy
Se0oek. O:, i'<l th1ey are not oo ~rO e
S thea hare tv r rnduraMo* and are good
oa the zrud as well as os the f ra.


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The PFesiest tells the members of tc liver and bowiels
his tm i" they talk too mseh. T P by W. T IST NATIONAL BAAK
He thilke perhaps that be ei do all .H... ..
the talkhig that k ammees0ear.
-OF GhI8"V~LLH)
Sewage of OltmeWst fr Caer-h Tket
erao b* mftr -, THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
As mereury ill eaMely detMroy tbhe pit. .. ........ .0.00000
enroe of smell sad ompletely derage ,00
t he whole$ ste wee em at01r4i Ie Surplus and Undivided Profits... o0,000 00
tvb rcoh the ms meuue. seek ar-* pm
t.. ... ... "m b ga* so -----
iees sheoetud ce e b e d e m pt e :leep --o;, ... ...e- ..sa. .ta -- -g
tweript s fom mpuetable ph ye. e-_em _e aeeess
ame, as the damage they w l do Is toe R.. TAYT LsOn,&
fold to the goo e0 eMs poetbIl do
rige tIr them. 1Watre 0Cahee ow
maero dT. J. Ob &, mB F. JeORDAN
Toledo, ., .e* %d m mebem i-g-, a
is takei luwUafi, &"kta 41*

is to so I INSURANCE
do. O&soE.& Oa
tod by dll'rmli. LPNI! )%A W
ti ae
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STIRRig4 t "iN up. pggP THE JEWS.
There are still saleoteoot politi- There is one good thing in being free
eolst in Florida, but they refuse to from any of the entangling alliance~
keep still. The.newest move is to that Wshingtbn in his farewell ad
staek the Buokman bill or law pasd dress oaostoned the people of the
by the last Legislature, by which the United States to avoid, and that is the
eduoationel affairs of the State were fact that we can "p-ak olt in mret-
remodeled and a permanent university lo" regarding the daesardly outrages
rstablished. being perpetrated on the sufferingpeo-
According to these malcontents the pie of Russia and it's nobody's busi-
Bookman law is all wrong; it is terrl- nae bat our own.
bly oneonstitutional, horribly so; it The resent unwarranted attaeki on
disrupt the selfish sebeie of a whole the Jaws Io Russia cannot help but
erowd and leis the other fellows in on bring the contempt of all fair-minded
the grounJ floor to gobble up several nations on the head of the men who
soft snaps., encouraged It, yet the other countries*
The people of the State are left to of the old world are so mixed up with PERM
otese what is the motive for this at- their alliances tht they dare not utter O JIW PyfO Og
Saok opon the law. Of aour the fail- a word. AS6TNMA Ii
ore to eros all the t's in the original There ir qotblog the people of this
bill and to dot all the i's will be proved country have jo fear from expressing DO NO l Y
to be a defect that mass disrupt the themselves on this subject, and it tUat the drain so your system loe prman abit. human
entire edooeational system of Florida should not be slow in letting the vain- breathing machinery s awronde a tel rl of tb anO d To harv good
and possible mole hill teobnJipalitia gloroous Wies know that we are op. healthtmust be keptin good order AGCOLD i o f no imporr
moat be made to appear as mountains posed to aoeh btehery for humanity's ore, .eI t of itwathe lunown by i de ns er adtd u ma re-
that these selfappolnted guardians of sake. _d. Whe a cold make io apearane t oe would b Here
the public weal may be glorifild in -a- 'AL which will poedlama L
their role of self-aboeated patriots. The government contract for the- 00in 0 COUOH ind I M Prompt Aaton. ,NOW
Well, we are metaphorically holding mansofalare of postal eards for the UINET applied to the throst i rd wh
forlrd' Horhound yea vswo odl y o thes h eron wumw of
our breth, waiting for the smash-op next four years has been awarded toa e oMa a IT IS THE ONLY TAT- I
to come; then when the flow of good paper company at Rumford, Me. Un- PO2RI LY CURE WiOOPQ OUON AND CROUP.
sets in and the university goes eareer- der the previous contracts there were BEST 7Oll EtLDREN
lng through limitless space iito the manufaetured during the preceding M* X Ae s o q^.tUi v aBU daF"4'3
great unknown, we will breathe easer for years 8P0.00,000 postal gards, orsboad Syrup and L iS ae bvIe~ ula see ,qssl
in view of the great intake of atis- sod 60,000000 we made daring last Iian h e e
faction amongthe maleontents,-Oooa June. SAE An D SU T w Sime t5C, S0e L0
and Rockledge News. The -Chbeaen lreestaes s e mbeer earisatomed

BERMUDA ONION SEToS.idl S w t St. Loui,
A Tamps news item in The New D Head AeOLD AND 1 --Y
York FPilt and Produce says: As the W. Ah. "W JOWTCLU 8O r, Gani.ees-v-lle.
time for planting Bermuda oatoons is
approaching he question of which l s es p
preferable, tbr sed, is beln dl If so, it will interest you to
posed The erew of onloan will on- kn6w that it can be stopped
doubtedly be tlnreased a those who with Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills; f

Sr l ernngBermd e. effects, and this without danu Are Insured..
Orenshw Bros.sforming a dru habit or
rWe handled through our ee d e- of fvormig a rtomch dhait r- In a OnLpany that is Rerponsible, Have a Policy Correctly
prtiment last seaon 2,000 bushels of ranged. They positively on- Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company 0
Bermoda onion set. planting on our ranged. T no ohey posium, morphintively con- L Pays Losses Prmptly 1
own *eeo. o for the market I. the tam no opium, morphine, co-
selghborhood of 400 bbhels. Theb caine, choral, ether or chloro-
werescattered in different sections of form in any form r. MilA ressu ed
this tate, and while we know from ex. Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain,
periene that Bermuda onions willas- and leave only a sense of relief. That no serious los can overcome you without you have some
ture quicker from *ets than from eed, The reason for this is explained refoge. __
we do uot advise eatr the erop will be by the fact that headache comes
superior. We found btat the weed, from tired, irritable, turbulent, ,
while maturing later, matured a muee over-taxed brain nerve.. Anti-t d fh n
more uniform erop. It is poelble that Pain Pills soothe and strength- F i I c a iUentl andU IVdIU
the wetbing grown ln she northern en these nerves, thus removing p Repreented
aetlone of this country, then planted the cause. They are harmless None but Reliable Compals Represented.
il this 8tate, eausee the differese an when taken as directed.
S oop' aaw N he t-'oe Dsr. MieL. Anti-Patn Plll0
maturity. WeexpeetaMO tohan-for the ure of he=E.= eand we
die aeooiderable quaslty of Bermu. think that there le 'ithw that wil C U S M L AN ,
d r nd we are lo mo the tepo n w Information cheerfully furnished. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA
largest importers of Bermuda." am of a neou. tmrsnet. Wan d
-ocouslonally bay y@ U when mny A 1k IV%
nerm mm to be aorpleMy htel 4 ot-
NOT 80 BAD. ed, and I tremble so I can careely
rontaan myrlft. At thae timt I &I-
wayr take the AnU-alin PUll, and PT A BT Ro
The Oeala papers are trying to mahe the .t ne rtht aw y. Its r* PARTIAL P IC LIST OF
Arbk s w sat ,oothaig efect they
it appear that Iosl option L Alabae hae b oa the nerve "
ouary is eratin gross t bea whl ma~J i. K KARi. Detra t. Michb.
is not the truth. It eitse the killing of k.e lawe M retee wt s i W i B r and t.
nato oget ee wit t ee If it -
a cegro at Orang Height. as oee te*is. heur BrIPB EXPRESS fIPAl 1. Balk Geeb-J Pie-- ePad
etaHe., ad the fels are that there eeee, ea ee euk. BMlk sr-Jag Fi em--Nt
wu no liquor n the se. The a ea MUl Medical Co., tbaart, Ind atu e Q .... m r. 4Qa eQ I .s1a. OPrce.
Huatnt Club aIe ....... N O 70 Rye. (OL. Cor. Good gr de.
threatened a white man i afterward Nenaa CountU Rre..: .. 5s a m5 so too Per GaUoa:
he mac,*_ _be litte obM_ te mra, _sMo n Rye .......a.. so 0 sO Rye. Gin. Corn, Bum. Ve quea y.
he eeured the little ebId of tb mth .________ _.__ _. _ __oo Ur.. pem omart a *^rg
who dp *dlhoo r lglald I efeaM. ame 's re. *. a51 .1 ..o Rre. Gin. Cor, Bam. Be elt fr t ~ erm .
-dhls troie a.. .... 4o o to ", OPrGalao-
The other was a ease where a sam.- 9n waher a....... 7 a o a so H Re Paeb ad Apple Bryan. Neow-
ber dof egroee got whiskey fr Oeala, a| 00 P r at -:
or some other leeaes to sad hadoa a.eli q Bra .. ......... as ho a 0 ViertR Roe. 8ei DroM Te. LaealZU
drekes row. Perhaps if t he d ho eJO n ... ......... s o 5 qualtr.
bue lo Iq*or to tha ad Oathee a^ L r t cor 2a C s. OU a UIr De US
eM cota hav teero say t e ebe. Im lsT t um. 3 a.:::
Is deru la easa lee iaere may et .M I r -a .e ... ............. ....... a
some trbale, *where iqeor is brought piM gg Ht a KSe .' e5r.ee n 3O o so sd. ... ...........
late the eot frtm the ple that AmeSO. AUoe o A oe or a. pwla ...... .........:.:.
have Ilteae I bt ther has oMt bee b rteebr bbL oa app* sa.
drheaho ma. amued I thdis ty or LdP OW" wUoot. lt-_I_ HAN BRO .,w
del moath who wet his liqwr of .a m a d Y w. aAMts sT. HANNE BROS., JACInuIlIL
blid ilger. Our emee are malanl ti bl d C -.-- .....- -- ------ -...... _
too lily or them. Ipti by 1 n-I tb- Is. M. Oaiu.. PrMide*1 H. E. TATloa, O(maho
d.r .ril tUiOnrib0u5 0eo. W. Hnrs, VlseoPrMeatd Lu OGaNsA, AAst. Oaiuer


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THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILdaL FLORID Mi&ff SaR 1,905


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PARV LORIDA

SHappe I0 Various
SWUi .rsta.t..

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

Transpiringl I "Tn I tf of Flowers."
Things "SUlOdDoWn" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Itiakt of tntierest to
All Classes.
Four deer have boeo killed in the vi-
cinity of Oandler within the last 10
daye.
Live Oak is talking of a new opera
bouse. There are other cities in need
of one.
Of the foor murder and rape cases
or trial at DeLamd the defendants are
all colored.


It is given out that the contract for
the construction of the Miami trolley
line has been let.
Jacksonville is anxious to have the
Governor appoint a woman as county
superintendent for schools for Duval. I
The Sooth Beach Railroad on Anas-
tasia Island will be in full operation
next week, the work of repairing be.
ing rapidly pushed forward.
Several people were robbed at the
Ringling Bros. oircus in Jacksonville
on Wednesday and several articles
were found on the grounds.
The Board of Ooonty Commission-
ers of Eseambia county met for the
first time in three months on Tuesday,
owing to the Interference of Jellow
Jack.
The Live Oak Publishing Co., recent.
ly burned out, is to have a brand new
$18,000 ootft, when The Daily Demo-
crat will have all new clothes. Success
to them.
Herbert Olayberg, a Stetson Univer-
sity football player, received such a
blow ia the back of the head that it
took four doetofi to restore him to
conseiouaness.
usBaiede Is coming to The St. Augue-
tine Record Printing Company in ear
l tsi Tha-t rl avi rArmtl shid.rr


a s, i. aU lCompany receniqUIJ mjuu y
carload of printed matter to one firn
in Atlanta, Oa.
S A stag party of Miami young blood
went up the river for a time. On th
return trip I. W. Harper, who wa
strictly la It, threw one of the younl
fellows overboard.
The laborers on the Key West end
of the East Coast extension had i
strike a few days ago. They insisted
that the commissary dish up three
nmale a day, and won.
Fruit growers at Altamonte Springs
refuse to allow their oranges to tb
shipped uatil ripe. They want t(
malatain their reputation for seuding
out the a esl Florida fruit.
The paw paw of Southern Florida ii
entirely dAeleatt from tile fruit of tha
name oa ld th e North. It s~mewhal
resembles Ie eaotaloope, is nearly as
large, and l food ls for the gods.
E. A. Bewer. who has a farm on the
edge of tdel erglladee, In Dade count
ty, is raldag ead shipping some of the
"d"'4a3 e plean you will foid i a
day's walk. It saveea 12 to a crate
The DeFPaalk Breem warna Florida
farm in raf relm to hearing hay. Ii
claims nade bay ie a good a thb
bet fIro any locallty, but a greal
deal ot is oerripe, poorly cured, or
fall of ald.
A sesemUkm of Bible student will
he b)M Iat Tampa Bay Oaiao from
Novetlmb r th o 2fth. Rev. O. T
RHaulU it AJkleheny, Pa., will deliver
his paI elmee: "To Hell and Baek,"
daring sle sme(ieg.
The lg--ai la Hemmial Park ai
Ja c 9enle aollaped ob Wedneday,
just a ihe park atteodat bed eon-*
me Isel* oe it It has rsood for
many Igy, bet tbe heat from bsh bir
tire Ia Ut dama d is eoasiderable.
J. T. eIlalioane. eperieaedeat o
the Plaeolt FaPI Asmoeiation a
bw c uuaesed a machine to
S was&. It *eoto of a gasoline
-ld oa pump, moetd a a
i' t will pary fo tree a a
l W ame aboes aoe-aJlf of the
rI p tuls$ that ber"Ooor
taeos i d s I rame a (eat of work
It doe aw I a a shroa esa-r
sod I a w rto the ml ay immset that
Ims dirnm aoe.
If %e6 So Csu vtws T- o
eo m -e @a a old saN well-
vleM lim. WInelowe cos-

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A FAMILY REMEDY.

Pe-ru-na Used in Thousands
of Homes.


Ex-Governor Isaac Sharp.
ISAAC S, IIA.\P, ex-(;overnr ,of Kan-
a;<. in a lettet from 1'7 I t., N. E.,
1'a d n:t- ll:tn, II. C.., w rlit : 0
"I can earnestly recommendyour
Peruna as an excellent tonic. Uts
reputation as a cure for catarrh is
firmly established by my friends, who
have been benefited by its use, and the
public should know its great curative
qualities."-Isaac Sharp.
Mr. James Currie, a prominent mer-
chant of Montreal, Can., writes from
isi.c Notre Ianme St., as follows
I have used your Per na for eatarrh
and tind it an excellent remedy fr
eiughs and ieolds."-Jamee ('Currie.
If you d(o r't di rive prompt and satlis-
fit -try rrsu,-; fromn tle unl of 1. ruiia,
w rite at ono,' to I r. Ilirti ian, jivin'i a
ful! statemrnit, t .. ',ir ea-c arn he 'i itl
tie p'ei -, v h'.,' V r;I -,
AdI r,'.s Dr. I:.l to* li., 1'. ient ,-f
"h' I rl : ". *' n itO < ',.V I 11. -. (.
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Improvement Asnoclation Meets
Cairo, Ill., Nov. 17.-At the meet
Inl of the Ohio Valley Improvement
association today a memorial to the
late Captain John F. Dravo, of Pitts
burg, was presented. The afternoon
sesaioa will be given up to the nation.
al waterways convention discussion
with addresses by Thomas Wllklason
president of the Upper Mlaasalppi RJv.
er hIprovement association, and John
A. ox, secretary of the St. Pranels
River Improvement asolatoM, of
Blytiville, Ark. 'The report of J. B
llson, secretary and treasurer showed
the assoclatlon to be la better flasa
clal condition than ever before.

Attorney Indleted for Murder.
Newberry. B. ., Nov. 17.-'The grld
jury of Saluda coaty, baa returned a
"true bin" In the cae of the state vs.
Digene S. FPlean, iadtted for the aor
der of Joe Iten dOIas, his broter
in-law, several months age. oth me
were prominent etiseas of kalad.
Blease i one of the foremost atteort
of that bar and Is now sertlia hls iret
term In the state senate. Oleman
was formerly a member of the tat
constabulary and a promlneat mie
chant of Sa'uda.


I -
t INg ire In Aibany. N. Y.
r Albany. N Y. Nov 17--Ire today
destroyed the stock I oae of the two
Stomporary sto-es opened by the John
C. Myers coapaay after the collapse
of their bumild!n last August. whee
Sthirteen pope were klleJ aid upward
of thirty injured. Tbhe ey* people
say tlir oIar will pebbly e aeld
W.M0W and tb,- hNaldinl. owned by the
eSta of A It Vaan u(Jlbck. is pra
tialty a total los! pward of 40,*a
y-------r -------Urwl
Uo*mpseyed Men Coume UnWieeae
'I ki. No. 17 --Toe amberf a s
employer, following the retra of tb
Strpa fbor the Mkd, eateia a
TWII ma a causingg lal oaD om i
view eo the IldusrtlJ ldplre a am
prevamlags ad Ihe aihe bo o ef a re
vval Is bealnee a th aar ftatre

Man's Umneasmeblerte
I often a Irea a wo*a 'e ot
Thc. 9. Aussi. mMnaWer Of trf e.
peblifa of LaLAeew* er*t. ld1.. owa
So e. arble wbaM arefMd
elb. ha doseoen opmero ae h
Iafe oeeit ale sse. "'1. Im5 ." 1
gye. 'eo $* ed* sM to try *IB1
st.sn My wif, we tm - a e
avwia ly )em r. buW.ed. A Be t
p a.eu W bhad I W 0 r e by.
fAIW isi" a"a Lm'Ila _I
teevbegg deaeso.


Difficult to Raln Large Family.
New York. Nov. 17.--T:h' statement
tha is Increasingly diflT ult for a
wor:-.r.n man to raise his family in de
ceicny ;ud comfort was miia !e In a pa
per r.,li Ihy iv vangellne 0 0 '., h. coin
lnnr.ier of the United Sta:, forces 01
the Sa:vation Army before. thu Ne%
York ''; i:e conference on c.. r A;i: an,
corre'(:os yesterday. \-.s lkBott
maintained that where thi':, i actua
Incrnas-c in poverty ani(::i. : ;, ver)
poor, tht rt Is certainly an: in'rcraslns
helplcssiness among them Th, fara
colony. the paper read, is n~;:n:,t!, the
scientific remedy for this '. -:thl evi
can ho made co-extenstlvc( .h It.

Denver Jew Raise Funds.
Denver, Colo.. Nov. 17 \ meetlnp
of Jewish people at Temnp' Pmanue
last night to protest again-' iutrages
on Jews in Russia. result, iI t nhe rils
Ing of a fund of $5,000 for t:. re.ilfe o)
the victims of the outrang, Resolu
tions were adopted skin P'resident
Roosevelt to use his good c'flties witt
the Russian authorities to nd the at
tacks on the Jews. Th' woman's
club decided to hold a nii:- imeetiln
soon after Chrtstmas to r t o a funo
for tih' oppressed Jews of l-{ isla.

Four Men to Hang
Carson City, Nev., Nu\ 17.-Th<
state board of pardons a ,!i ,as thb
case of the four men. 8. rii'r, Gor
man. Rotbrts and Undenliatn c'tdenn
ed to hang on Friday. N.' 17. indri
advisement for two days. ,-'v'rdait de
dined to Interfere In thie I itter ant)
the men will hang for the irtrde'r ol
Jack Walsh. a day laborer. whom the)
killed on a train betwe \Vlneniuc
ca and Reno In this stat, The gal
lows has been made and w1.1 accom
modate two men at a tint. T'ry will
be hanged In pairs.


G. B. Burhans Testifies Atter Four
Years.
G. It. Barhans of Carlipl.b enter. N
Y., writes: "About four )3'ar ago I
wrote you stating that I bndt ben en-
tirely cured of a severe kidal y trouble
by taking less than two botlth-. of Fo.
ley's Kidney Oure. It enlirrly stopped
the briek dust sediment, snd pain and
symptoms of kidney di,.ase disap-
peared. I am glad to say tI at I hat
never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have elapaed and I am ev: oitly cuted
to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Foley's Kidney Cure to a> ),Ine sffer.
ing from kidney or bladd, r troi ble."
J. W. MoOollni & Co.

A Mr4 d there rlmd.
It is itunpoA i ble ,t. ,(. tIn,' earliest
Uwe of tie p' ,verb \ rlrl It 1l *- II lad


Iq f .*rth two) II Ithe 1,11t1I


w i, lii I n


rloum frml'll oIr P.i, I', I n m i. iin n llll
to ImmIilt ctllllrlhic
it, tmidle lamglilhe
In lu'ldtlle simllmlli i' n- all |l'itslr it
wildh have thp aowim i,,,'w rt Tim% In
Illle's "'CominOouplaie It, lk" (1'"3;1 wee
find. "A byrde yn hion.l- '. btter thul
three an thl wade. i,,I t IIthuiM's
"Hatb"aw' Book." also o' early ldate,. "A
byrdl In hand * I t ,r tb ten flyn at
large"
No doubt iour moxtvrn 'rsIln spring
fnc, tlewe, old aw,. nIIll lI uiillmle
that tley may have crl Alted In ibh
quaint remonatrmae of ,r ,w Will Itnm
er a n ater It the <.,rirt of ll ry
VIlh, to whom lardnl prey, It groat
tude for maay a Inud turn. had gven
a klaiWgler from him rtlary. Wh l
Sarry sought to recmor It. promllsau
to replace It another dlry, the saplnt
)ester Io aild to have dc-tld. 8 sylis.
"I prefer one bird In tIe head to two
la the bmhr"


The Se..m s ~r~ l.ot f4" ese
COOMStuitlW, lut1Osyiam. Jon, Nsa
Wmoen. Makhba. Narci,ia *ad rPo
ptla sevea rn oung m. inmVsrts o
(b'Wtutialty, who during the pouwu
tha of (1bniram under to Rmpror
Dm't. A. D .2 rA fed to bow ew
me am IW O ut up by tMe euw at
pmbIc u 1 The uewry a that Ohwy
SAd to a rca Is MoUnt cb and that
[eriv. in him nra. e-mr'aId all eav
in twt monetaln 1p lit oseald up
NOs Dwas Word 4 t f t fora
Feeiu whe othey ,w't 2harevd by
I m we wamft a hm W", d1 fer"sow
Matism Awaking from Ssm tSam
a$"% they scored re. i"o af at
49" Tyhat thre st"tets o do w
tb w. ttgws lf&I Oti 10dM aSo
M" w owwIw*o d tr be"wag
Utahemtabr aIal tIns larve. ifil
It O L V eedrth W


Health is e606" IFopuI. W

Sam of Uer a"dkidew p .o"
ho ppea n= Isofeihaom"denwm
am. Sah evieablm60"mIs.
iniThem i si 5n.
Neerm 00 so daw re llk $10INO
0. A. Lmme .P. IN.D ow bVU,

wIsm -C~ UI z ) wa
3ss 5L le aB ri b


StarmUsh e Treuryw Notes.
A along treary note measure
three and one-elhth laches in width
by seven and one-fourth inchel in
length. It will asstaln, without break-
Ing. leingthwlse, a weight of forty-
one iK)ounds; crosswise, a weight of
ninety -one pounds. The note run four
to a theet. a sheet being eight and
one-fourth Inches wide by thirteen and
one-hulf li'hea lolig. One of these
sheets lehtathwnl e will snspend 108
p'inidtl, and crn swiree 177 pounds. It
will Ie noted that a single note Il
capable of mistanlnin, crosswlse, a
weight of Itluety-oue pounds. which la
twlee the nuotunt by nlue pounds of
the weight the note can sustain length.
wisp, while, inI the enae of the sheet.
the crn -wis sheet lacks thirty-nine
pounds of diutlble the nuntainIg Ipower
of the lenRthwile sheet.
Nap leo'n IlMre ('mmo Ce, Mad.
That imt is made of nmud by spon-
taneotie gvterntuin ntlter thle tnn's
heat was the dellterate opinion of Na.
poleon. first of the modterns, If General
Gounrgand canu be tlleved.
Referring to ancient elvlllatlons in
the east, Napoleon one day said to
(ou ralnud:
"All this leads me to think that the
worll Ins nt so very ol,. at leant, as
Inbabltied by man, and within ione or
two tlouland years I amt dtliponse to
accept the chronology appienhded to the
sacred writlngm. I think that nall
was ftorned by the heat of the unn
actlng upon mud. nerodotua tells uin
that in IIls time the allme of the Nile
charang Into rats anti that they could
be eel n It process of fornnaton."'
Cerherre' Thwr ReIaa.
The Iumot fatImua of dogs is t'ertwo'us,
Vbo watcies the entrance to Tartanim.
Ite ham three head, but Ilerule dral
fgd hin to earth and Orpheus put him
to leep, with hisi lyre. The uJorlnal
dot caks were glren to Cerbl'tia by
the *1b.11 who led .6neas throubf hbell.
They were made of four and seasoned
with popples and boney. Ie must
have beenn a fopilum fiend, as the crle.
tial drug II nInde from popples. A
"sop to ('erlerus" was one of these
cakes giren to the monster by Greoeks
and Itomnans as a bribe to let then in
without molestation.

ChIeel n s pm ire.
The n(ieoluers Inn at H1npatones, near
Ostnotherly, must be unlilue among
English Inns In one respect. It boasts
of a fire which for more than a .en
tory has never been allowed to go out
The p)larce is a quaint little building, to
which many viltors resort on arcnmt
of ita ti0ser ,.ittngulthrtl Iar atrl the
turf pMkis takmi Ul)pon it hearth. It
has Itwen in tmle ooruplation of one farm
Ily for ove.r tIll years

hlugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You eannot seoompllsh very moth
if your liver is losetale, as you fIe
dull, your eyes are heavy and slight
exertion eshausts you. Orlno Laiea
lie Fruit Syrup stlmulatoe the liver
imd bowels and makes you feel bright
sad active. Orion Lazative Frull
Syrup does not natasete or gripe aad
very pleassa to take. IOino I more
Ifeelire tham pill or ord inary ealhar
tMs. Refue subesttote. J. W. Me-
Collum 0 Co.


AUCHUA COUIITv.13
A huha.small Is 09:ws.o meIs
areehas B IN 4 all" 0wirni Bo
Mike amaFew, apmM ---
13 Ms invaobaeb. IsoaPbhp.


= I0, 17046DSawB ll. ISWX Own
sg", peIes hePNpW Plump.
Seam, Wd all h bib yspgain..


Ca~no 1k Cudjse mCiL
moral d"
awhes, @ paLus ets

0 w 4.,s
GUM "is voweea~lo tshow.
aid 5V5S e~N o~oluoetree
r$.e ESii two Moms *ft eek.
th we 91u"e. Ose e #owl vIsnof a
st eiag erbs mpmib, 0 0haet

pie ".aIwo bas," nd 0on
@mo. ~m OVbfealog every.
6blag Isbdosmomouslaliesp


The Flmfd

Frult d Thuck Grower

L so 83V33. 1Wo ~"d PtV,
WA"r, uIl


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THE SUN,
Jacksonville.


The I P., i~pte o () f 11 1upS will be out
November 1801.
It will be brituful!iof Rood things
gotten up by Editor Eiit' and Ills.
rated by Carioonidt '1 i yitr.
Governor Biitwrd iiont rilititen a pa.
per on 1rhe Pardoning of rimitials,"
which snswmn the eritied of the lPar-
dtonlmg Board,
No one should mis. t i number.
Write The Son, Jaselonvillo,Fa.
and order it sent to yoo or sot as

MS. G. If, BROWNE,


Central Cty Beier


Dry Goods, Notion1,
Racket Goods...,.....

Also REFN tiu'SFk~ ltiI'', IIRICADS,
CAKESc anti VIES-Frseh
Every ay

Vour I'atresagi Solcied.



GULF HAMMOCK HOWTL,
IJI1I.H IIAMMOCK, FLA.



Paradise for huntingg and Fishing


TIhis huttel Is uoder nowfisna-monl taid
wiLl atgoeiaober Ilt, l 9hf the winter. e09
iummiuiatitios ine thut, tine. iooImtItu dewA
turkey Nasmall lers. K.aeoUem ilbi ho mad
tosau for scemmodatnio of guesli. ( d11d0%
r('r bunting and dlahin s..eUea
rr rates sod saeoommodathioi roAd
RS, U)LtIIA THOMAS. lProrsiew..
'UJUsMAumellu. LI (. l Q1. .5.



keep Your Head Clear

Andtyour ,a~its eeb fro* Ifrom edldae
tli it yoruu wipu h#e ba;' ywith Yow
tailty and your fellowrmn.
TbI sures t inr on earth to Net a mama ps 1t
ter "out l nfwsebkI" Is bem. "W .
whiah to oesoe h yseveraIlto rerM
materialmaor y iii br the
wgay be fa pour b i he
uUaIP~e tbe hoawdt~ brep it
or ooeil Wg UI
idu"& ar "WNWormit" 1%t.me hbw"t
19 bametmse. owbrod Is m~aeiuafte
mme than boo*-=%dou. rho Is wool lims"No
It Is W Nueb won wasabIw.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
no"a. 16, 3.LTo Nobbi, Pr.


Miss Tubeau's

Boarding and

Day School
1%. go We" WSJ*s. m.
OAIMUNVIIS. VwXIUA
lidsow" i.Opesod
*00o w
MONba11L l~


EL DORADO CAFE

M"tllame IBoaw Jaa Foian.

Evet" hAlg is Bees., Osokad s Orude.
(Y)OER AND SIAK

ColvY3Um She eso.

PRICES ItASON ABLE.

WEST SIDE SQUARE,
so-WON ael bsoes. I.





miss A. rouions

Ialbi~isOraft...r
1r il.eu


OfLam m rea'h se.

A L 0V1 'rums aW
bI~ sleetcar a -~ *'u
INsego. smaw ~ we ba"
0650mmgo*wometaol.ewe. psa


AT IT. AUNISTIE.


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dASON AND DIXO~PS LINE.
mn0aeallyr Knows as hki Line Bi
S twoen the North ee lSoth.
Ulaon and Di)xon'. line between
0 4asylvaula and Maryland has bee
Si rveyed three tlmes. The first survey
as made by (Charis Mason and Jer4
la Dixon botwn 176' and 1707 a
the insta ee of tbe Lords Baltimore
preprietors e Maryland, and the Pen
family, prdletorn of Yennsylvania
2 Uli neo WeW 250 miles long. At th
d t of *u y fth mille a stone wa
plate slang the arms of the Peni
tAlUlly an oneaide and on the other th
lt dtof Lord Baltimore. The inter
wAiLtea milestones were marked sim
v et P and M. The first revisloi
S ltbl survey vas made in 1849 and
., r as did the last revision, that th
tign al survey was substantially cor
S met. Mason and Dixon's line, com
I ly known as the line between th
[.)' and the south, rue on paralle
'I '; 4 26.J" and should be distingulsbe
trom the line of the Missouri compro
mise on parallel WiY. Masol san
Dixon's line never bad anything to d
orlilnally with the, qua tloo of slav
and free states, but acbleved an accl
dental association at the time of the
Missourl compromise in 1820, wbec
John Randolph In colress referred to
It separating freedom from slavery
After that It was commonly referred to
In all controversles on the slave ques
ton.-Youth's Companion.


HANDKERCHIEFS.


S1e0 Are Often a lSoure of OGrav
SDanear to Warskrwomen.
~S: tatistletl have shown over and over
again that washerwomen are much
more likely to contract tuberculosis
and actually suffer from the disease I
much larger proportion than other
working women of the same grade 1o
life. This is due to the fact that the
expectoration of the tuberculous pa
tents clinging to their varlo0s articles
of clothing la not rendered nonviruleln
by antiseptics or by boiling before they
come Into the bands of the washer
woman. It is particularly handker.
cblsef that are the most dangerous In
thi respect, and the enforcement of
analtary regulations with regard to ex
pectoratlon is sure to add to this dan
gar. It would be well If the Chinese
custom of using a paper handkerchief
S (which the Chinamen of the better
; etlase woukd Ala l tn t array wllth


him peace It has been soiled, but which
bhe bands ver to his servant to le dl.-
Posed of by burning) could become thli
role In this country. ITatll It doen,
ltwvw, physicians should call the at-
tlaUoa, especially of those suffering
from tuberculosis, to the necessity for
ihalag their handkerchiefs soaked for
gams time ln a luitable antlneptic solu-
tioa before allowing tbem to be eutt
out to become a possible danger for
the overworked and underfed poor.--
American Medicine.

CHURCH BELLS.
The sWet Are Miade From the l t Ml
of Old ('annes.
"No sliver is tiMed In church twils."
sald the bell founder. "People ,liliin
there Is. ,but I have aIrsayedtl mally all
okl bell that came her* to be hraken
tp sad never au ouzie of silver did 1
Bad lu une of them.
"For the beet belle we use oltd c.-l.
laon. They give us the puremt amaillgItia
we can get. The tenor bell I amu tsak
Ing now Is composed of twelve tons ,of
old canotn from Ppaln.
"Thlese two molds, the core and lthi
i'ol. asre what give the hell Its sweet
nisn It Is li their cut that the s* -ret
of Ir-ll f.,allin Ii l 'Ihe core In t(l
Inivnr iolnll It lhn the exact shhale of
the I..it'r I'l'eil
"V*'' fit tli-* i' ,ie aner the core nnl
Into ti.' t1 rtiv i,'tw en th the nm ltolli
te' il It run lhetn tihe m Ietal lhi1
huarhi, t 1 Ian. "M1, 4'l the i'll s tnil-
l hll I f.'r in 'iachl 'ii| r.
'" 1 ti t. .'14 it Ia t v *,'ftary to
4 1 "tt!' I p .. oilt of tih.' n Otr
1-,11l 1t11" r I. ,1t. It tlht ItnII h its."
h albt lI i I '. I '1" .

v i .vil lll. l Hl llh r it

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Thine t1ig mss1fto''e A ?4. I All
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1111 1a1-r %%o f %%I i th. V~


hblgbt oftit ,.- ,-5
'with Du MAIur,.r bt a'%%m%.
d*e Pastlqghhw kt0 In 111111'.
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4,UJIt.j. *it h t~ f I'm a'*
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1'ta11W I runt %I "' t '

t-folrl I mail Ovor a 1, !
a1 rs I',* tvea uY(t(Jr * a
aV s*r- It twetstee a'


TEg DAILY SUN: GAi
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7TILLE, I


, A.


S* udn' 1 BabY
'iA Ui sa d fA mAlO A tS.A sudanese haby. wlen 're-ssed up In IA l iIi
A o H m -uncomfortaWe Inf4pt in the world. The
coat or outer garinent which fashion U l
Sl A n O AI i dictates should he worn reaches to the . .
P iR S A l very bees. It is of heavy velvet, hang
y iint In'many folds. This. In turn,. is tIO f May 1 IoS. |
i adorned with countless buttons and -. .
?t I- =Ibangles of brass. considerably adding S reeMkstibl sls l est .. 1 e. f Irth lsd Wet. Nu.- I
J to its weight. Its cap, in turn. Is ofLJacko e... B 1 p ta l, ...
the @&ienmaterial. similarly decorated LvJsakmv.Ue...t.. 11 000 ,..... .
S At vinston, Florida, one mile from and dou ss equally uncomfortable. vJemp .... .. u .. .. R. 1
SLv sv...... /. ......... --. 111 4
s station, on Rock Road. 42 sores of Ar OlmbI2...... 1 _*2 At Am1Si ,G...........so. y !
Th.l.e cocoa ut.. Ar, Ch,,ite. So. .1 .SSt, .- At ,. .s ..
I good Hammock Land; all cleared and Many pagan people regard the o-Ar0reemboro.. .i 1 . $..10l Aur U aA......... R- ',
In. coanut so of divine origin because it Ar ..a.t.Ie.......... By.. Ar a a Tenn..86.R 2 94.
in cultivation 8 aeres in bearing or Is so e tL It supplies almost all Ar ... o At IAtlage1K ......Q. & K 5 p.
s ange trees. All good trucking land. their needs. With its trunk they Wtild Ar .Aar. a. fO- ..... c.. Q & 740p
dwelling and other houes on houses, with lts leaves they thatch ArC o. I 0 S ...... Bag Four 7 40p
their roo be0 fiber of its shell they AW ... o.B 9 S ArbesiI .......Big Four
ethe premises. All going at a Bargain! weave into clothes, the hard wood of Ar Bal e....P. ,. s 11 L Olueami 0..... .Pa Lines 3p
the nuts they cut Into bowls and sau- ArW. Ph'd*eia P. J K. 148p 4 2 Ar O6Aleo. III.........PA Lines 7 10
ie PR- I CE, ^ cers, its t d is their food, its milk ArNewYork....P.R.. 1ip Ms lHeu.O ...O.H. D 4
A E 8 A Y$2. 2 0 0.00 i' their drfak, and Its narcotic root 1 o. 4-" .ew York and rForid z* Ar ..' II ..... .... Monon 7
They dry and smoke. re" Daill Pullman Drawln aRem i Otmelnita, 0...... H. A & 1)9
-| -InAnie ---t Re=*leepingO leornTampaandj.Alko-f. A'TWolMl O:...... HAD.6. ,
d sTen I A-neent nme. vill o New York. aAr.Motld, MiehO..... p. 7 T
Apply for further particulars to In the palmy days of Rome the num- y o. 0-"Wahbla-ton and Florida Lvl4eI-atI, O.......Pa LineM 8so p
e ber of Ioas brought from Africa aver- Limled." Daily Pullman Drawing Ar Pltib f .Pa.......Pa Lines 55
aged 400 per year for nine years, 6ad Room Sleepnlg Oar Jaeksaoville to LvT O .... 0.... Big Four 9 3p
L U U l with thee were leopards, tigers, bye- New York. iAr 1 ,0.... .Big Four 684
0 uA'--L FL.OFRIA. Inas, elephlats, buffaloes and serpents L. Le. .a.in, Ky. So R. "4
S OA VaLLl FLOIDA. most without number. For several T~hr AMg "Te JLaW of the 6 ty" N. 80 Ar Louieviolle, Ky.. So.... .p
ol--. years thebe were 8,000 men employed j-,,, Ar St. Lois. Mo .. ... .
S9 ll f f Artists. in Africa Io trapping wild animals to ;J. - "2 Ar A.aveo_ Ala ..S.o. _. 4..
It Is a part of the seeming ill luck make sport for the people of Bome. Ar ol5abe. i ........8o. By 00. Ar irm"a sam. Ala .....o. Ry. U 1 4t
belonging to circumstance that an Ar Asbevil ,t O..... .. go.B R 1 0p At .mebt, o.... Fro"'"
artlt may spend tjAe and geniN on "I Thank the Lordi" Ar Hot ls N.0....So.Ry 2a7p F M. reo 9
a pleee of work nw' meni fall con.- i, o .L.. ,. Ar Knoille, Tenn....... Ry *00p lMejm t, Tenn................ 8op
Iplcuously In some detail. Oried Hanunh Plant of Little Rock, Ar Loosville...............o. IL 80is HOt rPting,, Ark............... 9we
'There is a story that one royal Ark., "for the relief I got from Book. Ar 8t. Louis.............8o. Ry 4 p No. 1S-"The Florida Limled."
academqician gave a hand five fingers len's Arnlo Salve. It cured my fearful A OetCin na.ti..........Q. 0. 8 1 Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
r and a thumb and that another painted ranningoree, which nothing elsewould N 0-DaIly pln Drawing ae ao sand PumnlSa Ps
h a live lobster bright red. heal, and from which I had sofflere Noom -'B ete Sleeping Dar between ar. 1Potllle Drawo ilatg Be
N The clever Goodall had been engaged' for oyean, brIt i and wounds. aohealers Floo 1p6ill and Olm Oarnati. S leepn o ar between JaeDwvile,
to palntahg a esmonrot labos drt ,|eed at all drug stores; u. Birinlagham, Memphis, Kansas C ty
r glig a huge stone a ross the desert,, _ _ _z1_e ieet Billate ar' Service, and O.Iorado Springs.
f and a man of science, entering the .____________________________________________
e studio, said to him: NOTICE SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE ARRIVAL AT JACKSONVILLE.
"I say, Goodall, if yo want those From New York, Washlngton, ete.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida lai-
Sfellows 'to pull that stone you must Under and by virtue of a decree I. AJted," iOOaa. m.
t double their number. It would take suing ont of the Cirouit Ooort of the From New York. Washlngon, etc.-No. 88, "Washington and Florida !x*
V Just twice as many." Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florlda. In prese. 80 p. m.
. But It is not modern painters alone and for Alashuaeooonty,in chancery, in From Olaoinmati, Asheville, et.-No. 29."Washington and Florids Lim*
who allp up on points of accuracy. a esuse pleading therein wherein John cited 9:00 a. m.
Even Albert Durer, In a scene repre. A. CalOOun was complainant and J. .romm Ohiseao, OIneintln l. Atlantai.te.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited," 0sa5s ,
f renting Peter denying Christ, painted S .i.pmamn and Clareneoe Y. .bipman *. _* L_ P e __ W. _., __.__,_.
On O t Ro man oler trading Under the firm J C. LUN. Sistritt FPas Afent, 106 W. Bay St., a-semv FVi.
. one of the Roman so.ers in the act name of J. M. Shipman & Son, at a), 8. H. HAmBiho,P. T.M. W.H.TATns.O.GP.A. Baooza MoAxA. L. P. A
of smoking. Turner put a rainbow were defendants, by the Hongrable J. ,_.,
0 beside the sun, and In another picture T. Wills, Judge of said eour, dated
he got woefully tangled in the ship,'I the10lh day of Ostober, A. D. 10, *
rigging. wberein It was ordered and dereed r'I IT
- --- .r that.eertain mortgaged property, to. IUU l
Ielent of he rees ofe Terror. wit, the following described property -*
A dramnatit Incident of the reign of situate, lylam and being In t1ea souty .- -
Sterror In France was the saving of her of Alaobua, ate of Florida, lnd per. local Time iird N. 62. Corrected to .
father's life from the guillotine by ticalarly deeerbed M follows tait:
Mile. deo ombreull. M. de Sombreull ine entire sawmill plant eompouleseo-aa own. In.o:., -..
and his daughter were condemned to eludingMsesiner. ; boilers, enane SO -.-_ .. -- .DOWN..
death at tho time of the September tools,.d other property uad ep. **"..'v" BTATIO
omassaerm and were waiting In the opnenance era attad d .______________
cart, nurrounided by the mob, for their belonging to e said eawtlli low les 000 n o4 aL ...............Jarenvii. ...............
turn to mount the scaffold. Mile. doe cated on the Seaboard Air Line Rail- ., ... .........-- .aii...............
Rombreull turned to the crowd and way aboot three milu sooth of Areher s ~ a :...:......:..uan. ...............
asked what h1rm a weak old man like in county of Alsohus, Florida, sad all ......o .... ...........
ber father could do to the nation. .m.ei the right title and nterm t of the said p 11 s pr ................... d.l ............ /
of the an' nnwepreid that it s..he would MnShi, omn tradi undee he p --* ... P Ar ...............- -- ..... ,
n RY."Sitn216.it L ....... ... ......... ..Aetoe S I~ iAr..t.....
drink a gnlas of blood to the nation man, pm of p rtM hitmad under n he sIo O 1 L .............. L M ............ 7
they, wat.Sh let ani go and named MI a and to the land npo .which said saw s I I i, I.. .. P.1*. .. ai..
glmst. h1e drank It (down Immediately, mill plant s located, togethe. with the a 1o0 P I *: .............Dn(,........'.... .. 7 .
'Tlit crowd took her and INtr father buildings, improvements and all and 41 P I 1 2 ......-....... ran,' t..... ........
from th, heart. They scaled and made singular the tensmeints.hereditamente o t ..... ..... ,r- -aYwn-.... ... ..,; '
their way" to .giulinl. Sthe thought at and appurtenea therernluto belong. l 5 a r ........... 4t .irna........ ** ,
I h tiaa li, dr, nk Iild. l, but aftr- 'n and ppe.ri .lu ., be advertised. i ; pA.r ... .......... ,, ...... ......... '" ."-/;' -.. ,
im ini, f- n (r n rihod, butIW I) CI .oo to -I lM p" ...... ... -Orn. ............. i A9 6 .', .-
,war .l....... ..|..ll tipit I and sold to saay and.., pa a .rtalU 00 p .... .....Ors. ,y ..U.......t.. ..2 i; .. _.
witia', tr .'Owamawo)tof of monev lsereli ape"ited, and It r4 0 -0;-~ .-......-- ..: to: -
twli. Tor nw ,o oe wtoop to fil whereas, i. W, Baker, was app oint. *' r" '" .
thhe rl,,,.. To her death slie was never ed Specilal Masterto execute said deo. A p AtI ... ........ T r ti.vi............ l i 30 .i a
able, howeve.r. t, see red wine in a ore a the sime and place and a the -I ....... .... ........ "luo),',) i
iglaHI without a uhudder. manner presrthed by law, now, she.- 0 -- -- rI--... -** .......... r a-- ;r, .* EP
for. motsle s ey gven that 1. W. u *". ... IT i- ,. .
AO.dd Wil. E. Baker, Speelat Materas a esd, g -.o... .o6 ...-.1-- I :.l l i
A Dorrrl'Nponldenlt set, ,&us a copy of in pursoaneor3f halI deer, nthe S 4 ** Oft-..- M. 1" 4 af -
an old will 's reciordl In the ofBce of A 9een __ed .. , ,, 1 3
the .,,rliar of Lulnpkln c.ti.u,. Ga. d ottf D ew so .. i- 5-: ::........ ,,,, ,,
After 'Ip~pting thr.w executorsa, he .aleg hta s willea *then lle of J I 1t / .. = .... ... .,. 3u 1 p, a
..o...tl.v" rtlue, ts them "to law N. M bi. __t a gB Ie I fOB -aa B,,:a 11 . . .... *"'' : e. 1
I'liolon st, the full extent of the law. board Air Line RlsWu about thrn ee a *i ......... s.t,........ ....... i, ,
I luniut tin rerastp 'colit to his InjIus- aliles eoth ol Amlber In Alekua &M I !*. ... ",:.'......... ;:.o ,.
ti.., t. in," Il, frsher reue.ets that eoa sty, Florida, the Bo.* dewe d be* S l.; .....wl--s-, Pi..o .* ,. ,
'theiv iv at 'si>,.i.ea and our attor- Propeey3 and eve peart and panm el I n S-S ----*."." ......... ,
ta samiati, as-auch a t thereof tthe ightad bidder .... ra ........... ;,'
.ar,> in ,tns.t ,, i..,,h and paice on H it:: a d tf e *E w mBke eI -a ,, I ..... n-,-... :
H l' th*t. r r-.'sins of a. iDoug en saa b deiiver soan tore uaease. *s * ----e * ;
,. r t".... of November. t uitble d ll or to e o 51 l *_--M;s5............. ..,
1Ii> I,,t a ... nIt ra.v arr in the e.eelalMasr ObanIery. aO ar i .x .. 1
Georgi s l.,l~tar.. anil never lost a W. W NAWTOMasS.l'r for Co.plt. semasMsaT xZrsNsso j
d y KIII 4lo Min (he full fnth ofthe .. . ---
Mll .'th. itt ,'a. ria.e a.al in full hbpe, to U A -- im..T------........... | .p
'laia.s a e,1 i,,.'-, r r ,,t.sset I "to be eeJ ll llE hiU O I l.1 0. . .. ....... a 2"
thuri loth th "l It.,.het hill in the grate- ..... A T BRA. M' .I "a
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I.BROKEIR.. I I
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BROKERS* a IN ye sa ILI I*IPi P!.-
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I'i'. tho'" hiline1)"u standing o"n4" 3w(e" *SAM1alECMIT-B
rlvi"titah vet.ttary a pillar o nIf Il W- I.E iS *STM. STEAEI CIPTEg6 AT IL
14i3iy ,'mr%*Nl1 with the portraltUN0S
four oo Cri,'i' itlceioofA at Al in.a. Sim lawi*Oman af___ w m ssmpd to .as p0~. L L CemlPes r
fat r th..y ucer tbeswohem beWvW 10 ~U Il. N
V~i~ in a hll114 01 i'V uh A m: aWr "IMAn M vauHAVANA AND KEY V EST.
u-tell~b. illcto 0aPW Plottd a Liost k aitM
other to eris'urv all thie b mu s -IS at WI as-0100 wafts &y bo pe j t
the- kwthom. n o r mse et MAX KRAU88%
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qi &IVA ezjuniftey~M 6 TICKET AENT."
wa1 Ii WHOLESALE $NOES l Ane. s&Act. S. ST. ALIP IA,

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The rlgration of bkr by daylig
as received a gre deal of attenti
n tbe part of naturalists and bi
rWer g-enerally, but the passage of t
fgathsberl ,creatures during the night
till a 1l,.ittr for considerable specul
S tolo iill I tlheorizilg.
That birnt do travel by night is n
distl,-lte Theu how do they guil
i le-ul' i' over the long stretches
linld :Iil1 .': whli* separate their suL
m r .,I winter homes? In the dark
ne~c l an scarcely diltinguis
tht,' ':'l'a;tl've milestones which a:
stail' a,''rve an guides by day. The
ivLi, :.: Ie keet but it Is difficult
bel:k ,,.' r:imt the blrs. do "g) by" those
5:1i '.ti t lat night. eP ei'llnly a
tbp.' ;l:'' ift1(eU tweten two nId three
il" ift. says lHo:ie Notes.
The i' -il'!: tlouo is th.lt these creit
tures, ile hlumain nllriners, slrtpe their
curs' 1,iv tlh stars. Whetller thIly r,':
dlst:e.utlshl the various pi)nltiict or coi
stellatioiis or ho; they tdo it c:i :a
present only be tc' njectu:'... 'Imt ''
theory receives support from ithl fa
t when the stars nrc ch.il:',',l I
clouds the hlris coml Iet.I.. 'n
and appear to Ie disci:,'c; t 1
thought that the4e smn:iwl !,i :
fly through space and I:i\ ; :
mapped out by the Iniutni r;; 'i
I bodies that stud tlhe universe i
of significance.

ACTORS IN CHINA.
Get High ISlarles and Are Able
to Lve ai Luxury.
na is the actor's paradise. There
thousands of actors In the empire
the "top notcbers" earn consider
more in proportion than actors even
is country of high salaries. A noa
actor will earn, if he is a first rat"
Sas high as $1.800 a year, and
this money is insignificant corn-
to our princely pay lists it will
e comfort and luxuries to n
re I China that could not be dIl-
ted here for fifty times the
unt. There is a national actors'
b with 30,000 life members, and
Is a special god in the temples to
all good Chinese Thespians pray.
Is very diflelt to acquire the title
"actor' in China. The pupil is
to study three years as a su-
and one more year is required to
Shim the fnlshing touch. The pu-
musat learn by heart a repertory of
t fifty different plays, and the rest
hia life sa spent In acting these plays
thout the slightest chance of ever be-
1ha permitted to learn new ones. The
Idea is that an "actor," as such, must
not condeeced to learn, which is fit-
ting only to an apprentice, but an ac-
tor may without Injury to his dignity
teach worthy pupils what he himself
learned as a pupll.-Chicago Chronicle.

THE STEAM RADIATOR.
I 14 Dee Rt Girv EmouSh Het Turm
the y a om It.
There are a good many rooms where
the radiator ti either too small or the
team presoere I too low to maintain
a comfortable temperature In serere
water. If the tenant is enjoying the
tattoo electric lighting *ertvce the
matter e easily be remedied. Take
an eletre tfan and set It where It will
blow aalt a large part of the radia-
tder' ra Turn It on at a low
speed or at igh if necessary, and your
cold room will soon be thoroughly
warJed. 2T phllosophy of the thing
is that team at a low pressure carries
iee latest beat than team at a
high pressure amd therefore warms the
radiator s poorly that only a light
draft of ar rises around the pipes, and
ideematlI s sl ow. With the fan in
ee a there It a forced draft
awl the radiator that conducts a
aat aJl gmaere t away from the
tem, emelag It so that muth coadeasa.
ttUs e a im eecmar lasde It The
heat h m1atbat from the rellrta-t
dLa Ia s bld It teo eItrlatlng at-
mft re of the rem.. wlcb ta soon
thaga- fItra co4 to warm at a tri-
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WILD BABOONS.
l An Incldent Which Illi,(tritates.
Caution of theli tnlatim..
,ht One uf the far;i I ,, ,1:, r ,,ar at
on ttiltioln to I hat St'e! il t l I' I 1, Ith:1,
rd a cuiple of he of thle f tilll)s to it right. I,': ,, l,
,i sooni see thait tley w tir. : ,,,:11, n
a. whlin thliy (aiitll witliiu h .I 1 ile, o
us i \te c ',uhl iistiinctly rc, A,,h ,e tliI
ot us a herdi of I)lla)ouls.
te Th'e lomy s li that lie \\ .is 1.1t suir,
of they were on their wni ti I ,I a,,r;
- but, to our iurpris- thliy ,I ,1 i.,t i:maike
k- any ailvialce. A iuarl:l irl f i ii ,i i
sh elapsed, half an hour; i.tl 1 n,, il:in ol
re their approach. All at ii.,. :i If 1,y
r. had startle front the.. m.Iii .,
t at thie ol'in elnd of 11lik [i,,, l, i ,t sixty
Syardl from our place of Iti lui-hl. stood
i two huge males.
W\hn 'li or how they g ,i tli,,re no onn
could tell. Prollaly tic-v h| l 4 l(nn'1
Iy ly a circultotis way tllhrii'ih tle vail-
r ley. or it light he thiit tlheN' hail relit
Straight dtown through lh' ;grssl. TliIy
hadl certa inly! eudled our io-,rv atioll.
l I lin-' ni txious to wnatch llh11 Ino've-

It
nirvt s, orf it ;he "l mll ii( if) io tiiw ortaii
wlitlie, lh r tl Y helolig.il to Ii t herul
pllnyi. inlir the iiiiii.s.i. I refr:lneil
Ifnr 1 lirina iiitl d( i'terliiint l 4 to see
Wtlait wo lil follow nvxt. mlitll ,imiIw>Hf,
spran:iig t: \ artl the wiatler, an' le.aing'l
(down. th-y drrntik till they were stils-
tfiihl. Tien. having gravely stretchlel
th' ]in l vel s., t14'y oi)ttlr llly st:ilke.s
:away in nIl fturs in the direction of
the brd. 'Theere \wasIl tlte iloult, tlhere-
fIrv, that theIv l'tloi nel to the her t
anl ,i h I Iet neei st'iit frrwtril toi ret-onl.
in itr. fr as somti as they got back
11t' hilitire enrd put Itielf In motion
town l'l t1lie I Od.
S h'lhreo were mothers taking care of
i their little ont's; there were half grown
aiiiii:als. tih' orll, y inl girls of the t oin-
i P:I ny. At tirst only one lIall)ol nt i t
tm I- c nim to tthe water's edge and,
lh:tvling taken Its draft, retired to the
ret, bulit wlhen tliont ten had thus vel-
tured sepiirately they gIuanu to come
in sainll groups. leaving the others r oll-
Ing and jutiiiing on the sand.-Youth's
( 'Olnpilinloin.

ODD FACTS ABOUT DEER.
I Wonderful Juniper., With a Marvel-
ou someai of smell.
"Ieer are wonderful jumpers, as nmay
be Imaglued." says a writer. "I hae\u
seen a hind clear fifteen feet or so atid
buck as bigh as a tall man merely to
avoid a small drnain and also, at a
drive, I have seen a stag jump clean
over one of the Iwaters. taking a fence
at the same time. There nl still ex-
taut the record of a famous leap made
by a stag down on the borders of Et-
tick during a hunt by one of the old
gIcottlih kings. The place is known
as 'the Hart's Ieap.' and Ia commemo-
rated by two atones, which the mon-
arch had erected to mark the po'.
They measure twenty-elght feet apart.
"lIer have a marvelous ense of
smell. With a strong wiud blowing
they will scent a man a mile off. Yet,
though their powers of scent are mar
velous. I confess to having had coe
Illusialon quickly dipellled. From read-
ing various old books on the subject I
had rome to reganr their lghtt as
something qulte abnormal and fondly
Imnaginml that. on spying deer, say, a
mile or so away. a cautious advance
was necesiltated. after the manner of
our ancient enemy, the serpent
"Now, though deer do have good
sight. they are certainly Inferior In this
respect to the roe, and so long as yeo
keep perfectly still, will have great
difficulty in detecting you. I proved
this agiln airln again one July wheas
trying to obtain pbototlaphs of wild
deer. I did not get any photographs.
though plenty of experience, but I was
often ilyng within fliftee yards of
deer without their iwlng consrious of
my prnm*lrnc."
perpetul tee*e.
One of fth "ibliti' uf our yst t el o
reckonlnlgn tlt. Im exis npllb In Lthe
qneslltlir t, t ibat tim the mout thr
ulke kt.I,~n II theory all place oo one
zuHtlllalu ,If lmllttitul keep the sme
tlnc. thetr'tr t lie Iu the *,Irtil r -' "I '1f all nw.rtdlans moat
,rtu-vaurrlry 1 ,' all tnea I tlehL tkbe
Mil **i '- *. haIll tltkle tbe r1 "


F'.ORIDA


Can sell your aity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142m

. E. BAKER,

ATTORNEY- AT- LA \,
...SOLICITOR IN OHANCERY.. .

GAINESVILLE, Alaohua Co., FLA.
Offoe in Endel Block.



DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.

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FINE WINES, LIQUORS t CIOARS
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Falling at CIIARLEHTON, 8. C., both ways.
Tn Flaet bStemia Is tIte CeaMitwbhre Sryle

The Ulyde New England and SouthernLines
Diret Serviee Between JACKSONVILI-l.D BOrTON and
PROVIDENOCE ad All aster Polaw,
Oalling as Charleston both wars.
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Landlan ono l. Johns River; sommnoeall Wedeeday, November 15, 190,
TRAMEKSt
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K IDBAIY"
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D. I)\V'ERE R. MORRIS,

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S A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY A'T l.\\
And Soliiteor in Eqiity
Real Estate, Coonveanciiin and Gen
eral Practice. All business promptlI
* attended to. Office next door to S u
office. eAMIN2VI.L.E., FLORIDA

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


S=El 3 E C JC DL

Air Line Raii./a

... FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating

Dally Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Now Orleas

For full Information and sleeper reservations aoll on ant agent Seaboard oa
write A. O. MAcDONBhL, C. BOYLSTON, Ja.,
Asst. eeral Purenger Agent, Passenger Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


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WS OF CITY AND

COUNTY ONDENSED

atters of miti Interest Gath-
end by Our Reporters.

S PERSONAL. AND SOCIAL ITEMS

W~t Hal Happened and What is Going
S I Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
T l-rtM "He Who Runs May Read"
S HlThekwun.
SAnid- the sal at New Yerk Backet
S sertont Baldwin apples at
rf 0Ne*lll'..
S Dry oak and pine wood. J. N. Bone.
SPhone 19.
adles'ealsling eards in latest styles
atSon office.
S Dr. J. D. Watkins of Mieanopy was
In the city yesterday.
B. B. Lowman of Raleigh was at the
county seat yesterday.
Fine Georgia syrup, 50 cents a gal.
Ion, at J. L. Crawford's.
Order your Christmas fruit cakes
nOW. Keystone Bakery. dtf
Rev. F. A. Holsenhooser of Mica.
aopy was in the city yesterday.
B. F. Lowe of Key West was regis-
tted at the Brown Hoose yesterday.
Golden corn meal, Heeker's whole
wheat and buckwheat flour. Mafon
i Brose.
T. N. Smith, one of Waschoota's en-
terprising farmers, was in the city yes-
terday.
Oarroll Haile, traveling auditor of
the Seaboard Air Line, was Ia the eity
yesterday.
Abe 8. Dsiallyski of Jacksonville
wa In the city yesterday to call on his
old friends.
Join the crowd and get 20 pounds
granolated sugar for 100 center at O.
8. Merchant & Co's.
L. C. Heter, of the Williston Mano-
faetoring Company, was in the city
yesterday on business.
If you would be hearty and strong
boy pure grocerieo of Mos Broe. Iv-
erything the best. Call and see.
W. H. Ande' aon of Bromno, the pop-
ular tax collector of levy county, was
in the eity yesterday on business.
Harry Alexander, one of The Sun's
reliable fore, left for Tamps Iyeatr.
day morning to take in the State Fair.
Hoa. W. M. Holloway, State Super.
lteiident of Poblilo Instruelio, ar-
rived in the city on Thunday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. F. MeOormiok will oe.
copy the Hill house on North Univer.
aIty street, adjoining the Baptist
ahre h.
Catherloe ChiMln wife of Alex OCl.s
la, one of the veiy old colored rea-
Ideate of the city, was burled yester-
day afternoon.
Reward-I will pay 160 reward for
apprehension and eonvitloan of party
or partiee who mtilated my nrtigating
1 plane. John M. Flowellea.
Mrs. W. T. Oeenlt and children
have gnae to Kanapeha to vilit Mr.
Ohanut's other, Mr, H. T. Cha..
aot, for health and recuperation.
Now that the time for planting oate
is as hand me 0. 8. Merehast A Co.
and get priee on both Texa red rust*
proof and minetydays or spring stoek.
When in aned of any horen or
mui., bulgies or wsgnae, horses or
lap rob call on Crawford A Davis.
Their prices always the best and the
lowe*t.
The Kalbfl1r minstrets made a very
creditable aIpparawne o the streets
pesearday afternoon, and the man
with the gun executed some clever
glMderBukes.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this ble., the form usad In


Alaeheu eouaty whirLh u samoney Is
reeordiag. U per hoadrdo or o per
doea by mail. Oabh must aeeompan
order. dawtf
Lettuoe hipmeaw have bogus aad
the er propres o t o be of Ine quality
R. M. Chasaberle neeaty shipped
a beekes ntf thlr.lt-ih e bd In J R


Choice pickled ,igs' feet. Mason
Bros.
Ripe tomatoes ano choice celery atI
O'Neill's.
Aoctionlen a at New York Racket,
Saturday 11 a. nm.
F M. Ramesy of Wacahoota was in
the ciy yesterday.
Hard wood for sale in oar lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredoodo, FlI. d9t
T. J. Cone, a prominent mill man of
Raleigh, was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. W, H. Palmer of North Gaines-
ville, who ha been quite ill, wau able
to ride out yesterday.
Anyone baftg city or country prop-
erty for sale may apply to Orr & Steen-
burg, Oalnevllle, Fla.
Major Thomas hsb returned home
from a trip to the took markets in
Misouri and Keatucky.
Fornaed room to rent on block ad-
jolning square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at SOB ofee.
Turpentine leae for asie at this of-
floe, 50 per donna, 18 per hundred.
.Cah must company order, dawtf
J. F. Smith, the photographer, goes
to Tamps today to attend bte State
Fair. He will be at home on Wednes-
day next.
Just Received-A fIsh ear of fine
Kentucky maulee ad horses, edltable
for all porpoes.. Come and look them
over. Crawford & Davis.
Mrs. Anoie El Bailey of Judson wa
In town yeter ay and called at The
Sn 6 &ce and had her name entered
upon our rapidly Inereaslog list.
If you have property and want to sell
t, see Orr & Stenborg. If you want
to bay, It would pay you to me them
also, as they have some desirable eites.
Jobs Bartlmosand party of Jack-
sonville are spending a few days at the
old Halle homeeted at Keanpaba en-
joying the delightful automa weather.
Rev. J. P. Lynch of St. Patrick's
houreb has gone to (edar Key on mis.
slosary work. He will be baek in time
to condoet services le his chorch here
aet Seadey.
We have a plenty of granulated su-
gar on hand and are still offering 0
pounds for $1. Oome anybody and
everybody from everywhere and any.
where. 0 8. Merchant & Co.
We k*ep a good lot of Kentucky
stoek on hand at all time and have a
reeh ear every meuth. When in need
of ood stock eall on us. We defy
competition. Crawford & Davis.
There was some fear that a young
lady on the North side of the square
would be carried away by the minrtrel
band yesterday afternoon. Her friends
prevailed on her to refrain, however.
For Sale or Exchange-Desirable
hotel property in Obhlago. Fine loca-
tion. Party desires to eome to Flor.
Ids, and will sell or exchange for Flor-
Ida property. Address 174 Oakwoi d.
Ohleago. d6w2
The Southere Bell Telephone Co,'o.
large force of men who have been en.
raged here patting up cables and mak-
ing many improvement in the local
erviee, has completed the work and
will go to Key Wet.
Doring the aboane of Dr. B. P.
Blohard,, who ha* bens pending his
well-eroed vacation bunting in the
wild* cf LaFayette county, Elbert
Turner has bren acting enabler at the
bank of II F Dlutton A Co.
The A tlant i Coast Line offers a rate,
Uaneeville to Tamps and return, ae-
oouns Florida State Fair, of 76.75, tick-
etc on eali from the 1Sth, good to re-
turn after the fair, Train la ve
Glindville at 12:16 p.m daily. LS
J. A. Goodwlo, ticket sag~o. fur psr-
tieelars.


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CaraKslmLLa. Tar..June I. l l.
Dr. L, W. Hall. 84. Louui. Mo.: Dear


D)tor-hI is with pleasure that 1 re-
maeed your Texas Wonder for kid-
ny ud bladder trouble, s m y wife
ald Iyalf have both oerd it aWd e.
pertaeud woederfl lolie free It
uee. Ol. W. BaunT.

A TEAS WONDER.


tersoa which was, vry fne, the de. als a De "u wU
lases t being olry ender. 'a nd de shles mo vws
V. H. Ores of Bramfost wee I thb i e c laer tsaowe. mnal m.
Kity pyterday anddose besaWe at ibes te k m m m
wUsaited m land S.ee. He sered "
a 4iseen esutof iad. F. rfameasy s ud tIS Is ha d
oe Weaaso so took up u as 0ere ler etoe Mintd *meb in
traea II he rwet ea of thisb oualy. eJIre. If t Ladl ky e. dd8r
3Je Il. rts. eity editr of The wl be oen mal ea a rneo a4 o
&S. weIt Ito ap yGeOea as& *$* Oa e eas bsmahes w two mathe' Mb.
idMt ata g eth Alo Immlhy 8* W ad saeom ta pei a
bm at t he ~air saem e. b e Dr. art W. MaU.e
eates. Mr. itse Ma des mash gIwr.0. o. be.
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The "ale will continue
through Moday. Nov. 2tb.
This is the oportRalty of the
"asoa for I to buy many
articles* of msechaeda at be-
low value.
Everythbg as advertised.
and your meIey otk if ou
are out thesiehly melId.
lou't "l to atUcd thib
grcat *ale.


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Minstrels at Opera House.
rhe Kalbfild minstrels drew a
very good*lsed audience at the opera
house last evening, and tavr grod
satisfaotion. The jokes of the end
men were many of them very ood
and to'd in a very foonny vein. The
vocalists with the company met with a
hearty welcome, the vilees being
pleasing.
J. Connor, the violinit, waes allpd
back twice, hie playing being very fe.
Wililam, the juggler, beat haytbhin
ever seen here n jofggling a ruolation
Springfield rifle, baty, ete. Spell-
man, the buret cork somedtie, wa
a second Geo. Wilson, ad Olark and
MeCollogh, come acrobat., were fnt-
elass.
The entire performance as a whboe
was very ~efatory sad the people
showed IJr appreelstioa by herty
applause. _
Tie eboppers wanted at 14 mot per
tie. J.D. S.arron, Jr., Waael, FPh
Miss J. B.P tterson and Kie. Hall
of Orang'Beolhts were shopping la
the city yerday.
Flap-Jak floor and everything for
breakrfaU Mason Bros'. Ohoie gro-
cerisaw ad bet cannrd goods.
Notloe-All persons are forbidden
depotaing dead animals on my land
south of the city. 0. A. Oololough.
There is nothing lacking to the "Bloe
Ribbon FYvor." Just tell yoor groer
to send Blde Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla
extract. Pure, strong, deliioous.
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, sister of W.
W. Ashley of The Son office, arrived In
the city yesterday from a summer visit
la Mieblgan. Mrs. Smith expects to
make Galasville her permanent home
and was glad to return and enjoy the
ine weather we are now having. She
will top at the home of Mrs. MoOrew,
400 East Mali street, North.
W. 0. Wheeler of Wannee, who is en-
gaged with L. P. Walker in cotton
growing l inhe west and of the county,
was in the efty thiq week, accompanied
by his nephew, L. L. Fason. Mr.
Wheeler Mys they have gathered ser
L.000 poands of Sea laland eoton and
the erop I vry good. He ie of the
opinion that short cotton would be
about as poitfable at the present
prices as the long staple, as it will pro.
duee more to the acre with less e-
pemse aid a san can pick aboot twiae
as meuh la aday.

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THE CONTINENTAL CAFE.
(Fiint coer South of P. 0.)
Fameml Contlaental Cdar Key Oyster. Drip Coe Wemtera Met.
vie Umeaeimle Ope early a wi-e.


Bank Statement.
'be report of the condition of the
First National Bank of this city for
the quarter justended show a healthy
increase In the boelsese of that sob
stantial inatittion as well a tBheo-
fdence our people have la Ite sondust.
The depolsteare over three hundred
and ninety-elS thousand dollar, while
Ite other maters show that the bol-
ness la i charge of careful fsasners.
A proeperous ooedltion ad inreats.
ing buslnes of this beak also is an
aeasrano of an Increase In the buai-
ane of the hiy.
Industrial Edition.
A rfw advance opies of the Indue-
trial Edilion of The Se have been
bound and are ready for advertisers.
In a few day sople will be mailed to
our regular setoeribern a previously
anouooed. Additkinalepiee ean be
had a The Sea odee ooating-room
for 10 ents eakh.
The Industrial Edition is the beet
thing for advertWiag Alaheua county
and all its tieselstt has bee publish-
ed for a long tlme.
On aoeont of the eanmal meetia
of thae Souwther Idtesaea Assoo-
atlou. bwhch ame ast Nashlle, Team.,
November 2 the Asaatieu Come
UIe Railway has arrasgd to seU
tl"Sete a o lsb. pare ie
tweet.-r- ents i thr re d tip.
Thee tleee wl he e sale N eiIer
1ot and i ate ial lN a ef -me
will be NlwIoIhr e h. For fell b.
oreaUisM e er aepg ear reereasaMe
mee Atlantls Onm Use antea ew write
heak C. Bylem., Ditriet Pasecew
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