Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01027
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 19, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01027
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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An Early Oollapse of Movement
In Not Looked For.


'The Revolutkents Seemerd To Be
Bountifully Supplied with Money and
the Governnnt Anticipates a Hard


Atks- to Ainste Q Gve or
Um as. Now. 1&--4A 8 a'm".
OM ad "today to aassrua~a
5w'owatRUis While he WAS
bf 11 a rutags tbren te gt(I r'e a
0 6" wi d aq himat r trO as a'a&.
'6et tbe hmlM mIsd 1' Wu V.*
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Angry Beast Attacks Matadors and a ri ",

Chcago,. Nov. 18.--A dispatch to the SinK T'A
Tribune from El Paso, Tex, says:
The bull fight at 'iuldad, Juarz.
yesterday given for the American min. He 8ays His Campaign Ex
log convention, there was a panic W O 65,0.
when Felix Robert, t.e French masta- Wer ,00
dor, who claims to be tie oi ly mata- -
dor of that naionality. was tossed in FORMER RECOFtDO ARE BRO
the air and carried from the arena.
bruised and bleeding. Later the same The Finanoe Committee of the M
bu;l made a run and plunged its long. Apld Ownership League Spent E
eharp horns through Hatador Prancie.
co Alonsio Piqulro, tossing him Into Thouand Dollars, of Which H
the air first, then dragging ;ilm about Contributed the Major Portion.
tiue ring. blood streaming from the
wounds in the man's body. Albany, N. Y.i Nov. 1. \\til
The spectators sick ned at the sight H t candidate fur n.; or
and women fainted andl creamed to be York city on the 'Munlcl;.1 t wnte
carriel out. The arnna wns pack. ticket, certlfed total' 'ii etar
S state today that his tL, Ia cmn
with Amerlcans from every section of state toay that hl tut.t: '.n
the I'nircd States, f,.w of whom had expenses were 1fc643. i.'i u
(v.er -. u a bull fight. and for a time lie record for such eoxpN-i, hlct
thi- nationon was ,'riou. Many men fruwr held by Uim ni Hi
ru>.h d fronm the sick nlng sight in her. ho during th last c(ll
ror, wailse tle women In many instau nI lpent 2.000.
cts were carried out unetonaclou. ..r. ar "lrt says he 'llitue
Ortler was flnall re-stored, but t'o.t but S17*41M of the Sh< ; wich
of the American l.ft, deciding that spent by the floance coi"iiitee 0
they had already seen enough of the Municipal wnerablp ,age for
lMexican and Spanlsh national sport. al benefit of all toe can, iate on
though this was only the seconl hull ticket d expended 4 12 pers
up for slaughter out of the four marked for button and lithogaeih Smn
for the nmaador sword. the large, Itlm are:
fo)r tale nixladOl'b sword. "-.... .

California Lines Will No Longor Run





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Law department, a;:.1. printing.
8,.409; music $1,898; c.rriage hlre'.
$2,810; rental of halls. !i'cotratlon and
Illuminations, $12,012. atchers for

81 Petereburg, Nov. 17.-2 p. m.-
'The outlook for an early collapsee (,
the strike is more gloomy today. Tti(
situation is distinctly more menacing
The cot cU of workmen's delegates
-or strike committee, are nwnlfest!l
encouraged by the extension of thc,
strike iq St. Peterebug, various or
ganizattlon including the bank clerks
telephone girls and some of the pro
visional league& having voted to join
in the movement. Moreover, It is
certain that the workmen's council iiha
received mysterious supplies of fund.M
and conequently they present a bold
er front Practically all the npre
texts based on economic demands have
*been abandoned, although the eight
hour day figures In the oratory at meet
nls in order to hold the workmen who
Aave no thought except Improvement
in their material condition. Tae work.
men's eenacll returned a scornful reply
to Count Witte's personal appeal to
"hls brother workmen" ridiculing the
governmental profession of solicitiudl
for the workmen and renewing the de.
tnand for the Immediate abolition of
martial law in Poland, etc Count
Witte's attempt to negotiate directly
with the strike leader has come to)
naught, although he offered concession,;
In the case of the (roiitadt mutineer
In case of their being condemned tn,
death. But the leadtra re-lusibed a&il
"AUl or nothing!" \.ns the response' .
The imperial ilkante, on the laIn.1
-question, il.si',u toiay. although it'
wipes out aliut 5$4,i0ie t,,i of th'I
peasants' arrearage of ii lt. \,llrhi,
gender ordinary c(ir(cumllrianc. s nilight
have been rec(e:'v-dl wiVh Joy, is an
other disappoint nmnt.
'I e promises of a Iditiiiral lanis ar,
too vague to holly the agi:at! 1. ;i.ari
ing peasants who. In the valleys of I t"
DOn and the Volga, are again marchin:
illaglag. burning ad murderinK j
No confrmatlon has been ol)talnedf
of yesterday report of a fa:'e ,,mpe.
sor leading the peasants, f P'enza
The lill and factory owners at :a
Sentln just held while offering I,,
take concessions In the latter of hir.S
of labor, generally to the ten hours
took a final decision that nnless tho'
Bea resumed work Monday they mius
*clo"e down Indefinitely. Should the n i-n
be locked out in the face of the win
ter, It would only make the s!teat.on
*Dore depetee.
ITe eews from the prov:ncr!e showsj
btat practically no movement has been
started there la support of the general
ettke, but there Is a ad.e'Lep eus)i'i,~r
taUt this may simply be' tee 1u,1 of!

be kocJal Democrats an! R\','u i
re keeping their plafs dark
lrcaais'tloa have raeitri'A.Mor.
oe the country and at a sit
I m~gt again be able to trtns
StladistI-t of the country to a stan4 ,

Rlke"d Property Under Guard.
tiseew, N"a. IL--Meetilng rfare
beft pretftted by orer of the a.ni
'If t the tlterior sad the ral!rred ra -
4@m alJ shops are unodr m;itary
@out -

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bo',w vs too (.-
',t? of tb' i--
Naval e-3.-

md hbs e.-..:
-.the eaaheee ofI

The sreapto, t, I-IuI

be' A.&..\a a. &!,dA t II.A.4. bet'sAeputt' W'W .stty9am JI,* h
ri '..1(;00 sy Sl a%:W~C $@r.141 ''5 n WIe T%#a.
*br .e- a e-- 5 I a"- b rul to a 1es r t h "o IW- gID u fr.

-j ~ r. -' 'r Lie ?~i t~: r r-.Lra' hasI 4rr.' *C '0 le i 'C-
4 t :,Sifp 6#0 wreoftfowt' a zm hOW4 Od ff.ilcr
at "It ~I a Ada : li' r P 04 V _O
a&. s4e@3a bSl! t fW OWaSUWq" 1 a 8 1 .' Dowbe aAb!3'
4 l.r lke aX wI j" TP pa ma e P bf ISO g at ,
a .~e PT"~ 3 a -W ,* a ;0? rIf a
r- 40i91 M46W.


WSSIlhY Fannr C4Mm" Suicide-
141.AP1t, weSy. i .?'it s in u e- al attwTrs beotwoees larsa
~1. Appuila.. Q ?F. Ir i1 illatillt Aisgusts&, ass hetw o lae0 I%
le'vtng hast be W muordred ale wit.' 'he l e Udof a temporary roeeiert by
Ales"Aor Isbrn. a wveathy Ii tiJuelge Gain upos The titles of the
Yt-'qrwsI f.Skainwlted sceir ii e AngitAstir ek oreompany, sal a sum
ceuplee bad quarreld eand In a VI I, t,.r of uat h- f ano red groditors Of uM
nrge lAbl. opteked up Cuant- 'a w rgusto PAN I Kieft. of Auuta.
b1It's I A i. -ll t)he fo Iur ina rA e as ae A ite mporarry refltvev "Ad
toe4 1 e, Wiev1ag h-er pi p,.. at aoa ws hx Ef atIC no '6be p
11eigead iMseblf A tlrir-- itllebf rsaver thot the stial Indebted
Mrs iAtbrie vanmrmeius 1, j,-e, r up : of tho reer o is 6.434,-an d o

c"*It$ pier Or.
SWmIp Keetesy Mldsrr *~card.
Wa ~Mow 14 1 to';:
bolds t ior ,f- 4
AM %&f kjkI p f Of 4401 C 4-f 1
kreSI. JISfr ,tjt bit *,fall
ge-set~ ~ ~ ~ lo .4S AI.Li*5of e r*I
-ID *' I fit W44 tdaI

or rKl
fidm 4 isr
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hem Col 'voe^* -r e r* V
fl- '- 4y , 'a i h" s pswo

M*I eespv.1 'i-.-.r'. 5 t aes ea

sop *re. I e i
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clare Itat Iit sla ol vest The mwv.
eats further gal& that rao. Kale. oe
of the lar get .oaImfr. ,s s*e ile*. 6ha
bee tlI ed pt for om*e iirg at 'l4 wharf
ae Asl ee asl ,~hat t I* rapidly blU
Iag tate a hbal state 4 repair

.'"..M--s-. election Sa9.690; itiv"!Lgyo' ,h of ru'-I
-Them From East. -election $193,50; lnve6' :iou of rg-
Chicago. Nov. 18.-The Tribune to, itration 3,00.
day na.s tuat the California lines have Mr. Hearst declared at 8. 'r-f w I
,by at order issued yesterday put a expeed equally for th ln,,,-t of a
stop to the personally conducted tour the candidate on the d, Ieo
itis Cxcurslons which have been flour Herman A. Mets. rati late for tcmp
i.hing nl that field for y.-ar Not only troller of New York. st he I'nitnw nt
will a large number of railroad conu. l tchet; spnt $15.00
doctors, probably 125, whose salarlte/ James O. PhelM si ., Mnl cipl:
average $100 a month each, lose their Ownership canrdidate f r president (f
positions. at least one tourlat excurlron $the New York hoard .of aidermn spent
bureau whicb makes a specialty of per. Sal. __ --
sonally conducted tourists to California lxpedltlen to Relleve Whalers.
be driven out of the business Seattle, Wash Nov. 19 I)r An
duringg the day the connections of tone Vary)lle. print, Iloir In ;e- pI,,
tle 8ianta Pe. Southern Parfic an(: poaed Yukon-PolHr e xpe-dillon. will. an
S.tn P' Jro lintis were noOfiel that noer f- oon as he reach,' I lawonn for% which
after Ith se roads will not accept tour town oe started fr ':i battle ; ist i igh '
ijl, c.ars cn in a lnln ernoally conduct tld take steps to otgat.ii:e an iip '.'o iti
] ,i';2 Hi a ld they AwiIll not eeaen take the for the relief of ''i' t'haele'i* l Iulprill
cars ah.h started o(iit is pea sonal)ly! oned In the tre i '" vilcinit oef thil
,' lr I l iart1 r ies. evr n if thi personal Hlerschel IslaId I l expe,! iou to
i, iii 'i ." not otn tI, train dur.ngi he led by 1)r Va I. wtll lproria ly
thnl hanil otur thrse Ilnes. The rea travel In conpa)iiit *Ith the .letach
M i, LCI\ n fir taking this action is that j ment of tfe nor: h. t mi rouiitld police
tra itl tio tli. P'c(iftict re(o tl has btocomnie which a Ito *ts I- Ii llersctin'l I:lantlI
s%( cor-i trn n that trav'l-rs, generally are on Ikhr'lrubler 1 .'i
famnli:lt w!th the way --
.--- Two Recet Horsee Accidentally Killed.
France's Answer a Veiled Threat Lce Angeles '. Noll 1i T'
N.w' York. No 18. --The followingl rce horses wpre' *r"' fenta lyc llle at
-m,- fr m Presldent Ca.ro of Ve- Acott prhk )a1' r.y* Ihaolcraflt a
C7 ... ', fth- Ill.rald is printed by that flet runner fro "- Ticheor stable
.;, ,1 T. ante dor of ranc collided wlrb ilth water, a uml-er
S.. a hrart rlirarding the om- belonatin to Y ,i ,uor and Iaxadper
r i t rtdi ra'i tI Ruel Iad both were ls, 1ally lpuredJ nalt

r ; ., rl ",,., at o ry meitod they hat to he k I They were be
I n.,.m.ely uppor Ing rtidde In o;:-, *te dlrctioens on
the 'h .ernm.t t track N s. Na-i' f the ri Iters er,
the. iii x ",,er,,m .ntIn a o .k.{ ''
ing r*eilr itlion tit frmly sustaintIa IJured A- ft was Taleed at
Ing Lt* ai'tuorlty of tribune. freoc about 76 an I s aster at 12/,1
alrze' I r < lu' *,s urned by tar
e,,,r 're ,r ., . 1T ii Pare. r.litoB Watched $*150.O BSuF In Steve,
of t i. I. r(.prodlice'd .ere wilth Cellc Nov :4 *r barottoe M
ata' i fa *-; the truth and iWelghtlB t, r.*astly brought salt
cr.-.,*:., 'rt *. ': memoratldim aSsat her hA..'i. I ff Weparate inlas
Iign, l, *. > aria. Vet rla 'e tiee SO today '0ri J1 e Prota. ,hr
.. ----. Ila the hearnsl f "r *i ljat Oe be
0C.ce'et Hesignatson Aoepted. lievd that Ier I .o.sad bad spet bpa
('i .-* . ,liriteb n the eomey a gc tb ** o d tb i'rew im epy aa
.r,., n ai hinac te D,! w rl ea rfttIe a : ; *s I a1 Into the
bta' ', '..ie'*;l yCest'day ar i sur, aas wal'r,' 'lo1 bbrsM lhb at
cp, ' I.:t t of IAJeut.aat terward left n~r *' *tad A d4rre
(firav: i., I'.* 'r',s Teth 'raiutJ tlrlalng lt esome- 3 a 8 eas was
i4'e. l, Iaeutfnailnnt Ihratqe awar od.
aas t*-a I a 140E' of '1o! .*Areral --
ore.rf-r ' 'lt for* d:,iree* apol *'eD w m l eeeelS I
bru.:.t i", ''oE. mwre Tasgari. I' Cf i W*W. No Vt & A lalek to l~e
A A .A1 R *!F?- at Wer.n -r (i Tnrtmai f rewom %wat.es 's&
lAS a *. as0 ne d s'y a' tbe! .lweese, of '- v- IWi to ears-1


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Flooeey staple to the Amount of 910.
=000 Goes Up in mo M Be.ATIN
Columbu., Ga.. Nov. 11.-A million- FORM CO BIINATION
dollar cotton Ore was narrovily avoid
ed In Columbua and as It was $150,lt .
worth of the fleecy staple went up in Four Large Southbrn Conuerns
Over 2.000 bal. on the grounds used Merge Their Interets.
jolntil by the Central of GCo'gla raill-
Sway company ani the Atlantic Com- LAIIR ST CONC41RN 11 COINT Y
press company were burned to aebei
and 1.000 bales were badly maaed The Companies Own Many Thou and
while hundreds of bules werels bAdly
corched. Acr l of Lnd and the Output ef if.
t Phe cotton destroyed was being ferent MlAis Will Be Many MIllen
kept in an open space north of Thir pFeet of Lumber.
tenth Atreet, jJut nouth of the Cen-
Stra railway round houo. and was New Orleaun, Nov. Il 'he' mtn roger
awatllnng e'ompre'sion. of four ltrgi liuinLb.r Culti ii IANs 111 A
A rpcrk from a (entra! of Oeorgia abatnl, Loulilna und Illtolot w~lti L
switch engine s'ct fire to the grass and capital of VJ1.l0,000 t ad wlth lIld
theP flnamiits pread to the cotton, a few quarters l Ne.w Urieans was aiiioulic
fret awn I'd rtday
A.\ '!I wintl d s bhlowlng, and thl The* tew company ke to be thee F. h.
fire Swv-lt over Xhe 4 arrt, of cotton Crtobtlnuln i umblinr ual utiianulfacturing
'I'Th, fire ildprtrlment arrived prottiiptly bardwiood concern in the United Dtatel
Aand put seveln treai'nmn of water on the 4th an output of forty nillllon feet a
cotton., ulit only about one-third of T,., ty*r. Thel companies merged are Lee
cotton niti-iih of Thinreenllh lt reet was IoNdu L.ilai'er eonipalny. of Monogoi
sated. South of Thir'eenth lstret ery, *Ilth lhve mills anild JAi00 aeres of
and on thil compremN platfornts were land In that state, the I. i,. trtCellmaU
nlany tho'll:tall whales, the total cotllton Il.unt b:r company, of Cairo, with mills
on hanli awaHling comtpreN taggriut. lit a.r llalou Itoulge; tIo he Krols Mnufac
Ings Ilerwee.n i1;. ---- -- ,ul.uu0 across of land and timber and a
With Broken Neck Man Lived. new saw mill, slave and beading and
PhI'hedllhln. Pau Nov. I1.--\With Ithe' Ith andl single wills, and the MIelvlllo
denith iof (Itoig lintidforta,. 2% year,. IlXk' aIl AlAtiber company with 10,000
ol.,, At the thodthoplial endeil acrea of ladsud auid tlmln r and a saw
what il a1li Io ibe Ihet unit remntarl minll recently erected.
Ile' ('ea'. of Mirvival with a broken Ther company owns 40.IM)0 acres of
nec-k known In the' annals of medlicrlie land In lit Ilandry Parliai. IA.
anId irKig ry. 'lr f ftrin tiioni h the ---
I'lJllt Ia litl on u: r andl waerr nflit. ARRSTI ALLS4OD PICKPOCKIT'
te-"t"1' eIft lr'i hK i oI plain, unlilel t, '
ni..\i i iny Iecil fille ., al;war ys < ), Fauit 1 e'at Jail-- een Pollowing Circus.
utal)k uWa 1i. aw> iProtmt a ar. K flnsldAOt. ., No l 1 S4veen al-
Mtia'urt lin.n vi Wlhin 1 1ilt 1 40 ai l, le Id lokltp lee d rtleS were arr sled Aers
lIundti t ; i su lhe I at i.e itinei of .1lii til iorinlgl and are bt lui he'd for In.
It ath on11)y' 1:( i p)llu s Ilanllforlh wla' n c'wtigs liilt
rcni lli c ,il MatI t Atlaniii RainiR' r otll e n It It saiad IIo t 'e a Anl whbl0 hba
pldllII p tel ()It Aiiuguat 19. I11iI. I'< hbe'n followingl l r gln llngl' clrcus all
fe.-ll I iten It10 io1) 41f a lank ain I f irk lniopish ( Ohti- iiill n I ,in 1l back, lir.ei orin,; hi. Th.' cvircu ietlo icti e iiii l then spot
tlf i ailt :.,., '. a i0 ,,Ir *',t! .tinl pluI tIhe loc-al polio P watehtag
t- - tlitll Thlisl liai i It T II T Ibl'terts
Reduced SI 'ary One Half. wai ri'st1 of Sill i. li, he Ioarlded a
N w Y r i Net I, -A' t,. l t' train ',o l'htiall alihuil. Ia l It 1 rp-
i '-tit r 'hi' t- idil i ,', fi*, f (h, tii tot t "f'i ,i' i' i la l in lred at
.M l1111 1.! I I Ii, i e .i,'illfle r-'( illltiai ) I II f lite iA nl I' l it '.
ith' ;y i *1 ti a ttliellitiallti re Two nl l ;iio iiio i tl s: rw ,nrt from At
pior' of i;n, ie. ',:) 1(>i)Alaa.-I( ,pa.Te' ii I nna a Ill o i, r.bi .r A a sti later
;f\ 'le, i lg ,.illelL tl o ii i* -a l ulbm itt lil nnii I N el t ii,.( nl t o. i lo ila iilee.
I'r,-.l *en I taiiarl A M uCar(ty r au iet '11ib ) h Il l , 'i foir I'hl isiaville.
stir arluncIlrll thai at l his own re %heire, th.' i iris. i .hve lutisly T'rey
qttJ*s him l 're) hd e Out n half ligate tc1 ir r latria. Ia l iia King, of
---frm (11t,)r0c o ,7-.000 year ThIs UI rreitll ioiant t, ,ii. lilron,l o Mo (t-
artkm was taken at a Meeting of tau gosue ry r.I 1i. ,of e MPhil. 0raik
flnaace rotlnimlfi., and Mt Mrourdy Moran 'llf 64Ill,llla. J. A. Morrs. of
meade 'ne firista *o I rJeuclnI g the M'rsep i : 1.6lna- 1 florey, on Musa,.
peulf' ci Ihe r.einpaonr SaarUis of Intl ant ml Atr Arkerwan. of Memp.sla
the other offleera of lit eouipany saln Thie beot, a. hAinga i'eld for Inveetia.
b*t. Ito-n roeltred. the aefli amnmmtfi t ion.
I11 in all to n 14i.osaad 114, A 00 a' -d --- .i .
In000 wr nnim nd iamr Line in R eeveres Hand.
A"-- r"ifaixa. Ila, Nov, II rTheb oath
*rni trnarsrtrali, r fomisear aiorrlt

$bt. It. 'a. Me". I a- --w 1,4h, r
*SIO.rm ExvI qwIth cr1`111111161matuife.
UU t on Was glare I Alkluenn, ot,* 1.' .1
as %e161fh Praaemsail 4jn.a't slm
baen almitrt4 too bellb,? JI j)g- eWfl,
bola ithe f. a'aOff lorttei- 1? ,. pis
40" feeble to beth or, I.Sror.4 y olh
to walk from th r cy Is ' 'h'e seert
room M& b140004!L useo,' ) "A"by *b

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LID%*8f hl MAlg;Ad- 0 IS' Liing jlty
Afudsll W *, e rs edie tim *-
Oftas a aasrs, *~'.?j.#5in 5tits I'd
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SIt is a Crdit to the County and
to Mijor J. W. Tench.


Everything Shown Is Arranged With
Much Oar and Tsite-The School
Exhibit is Admired by All-The Sys-
.i ral sed.
s *eimhberof Gainesville people re.
.,ft d rom the State Fair at Tampa
I.'lotrday night, and all are loud in
Strlrpraise of the entire exhibition.
1is said to far surpase any fair ever
M in Florida and the various coun.
4t e are represented in the best poe-
dble manner, the fruit and vegetable
displays being grand.
The display of Alcshua country is
worthy of much praise, and to Major
Tench is doe many praises for
hiT untiring efforts In bringing to
the front with the meagre means at
Lf band one of the finest exhibits at the
Fair. Dr. Kelley says it is a credit to
any county, and requests The San to
ineorm those who promised to send
fresh staff during the Fair to keep
their agreement.
The school exhibit of Alachup econ-
S y, which was arranged by County
loperlntendent Kelley, is meeting
Switch the approval of the large crowds
who view it, There are many things
S bout it that attract all who are anter'
tested in education, and to Dr. Kelley
sad wife is due the praise, The Doc-
tor returned home Saturday, but Mrs.
S Kelley is in harge of the booth and
will remain until the close of the Fair.
The money expended by Alaehou
county will come back three-fold, as
her displays will still keep her in the
Front rank of the counties of the

In Which Oalnesvllle Talent Will Meet
In a Struggle for supremacy.
A reporter wandering among the
lwoffloesyesterday found that the
tllUowing notice had been served upon
Ste legal fraternity, towit
"You are appointed as one of the
e amol to appear at the residence of
S Id ye ld L. Outer. taot OUineeville,
'' bewmber 8rd at 7 t8O p. m. to take
P.et n the trial of O PoMum v. 8.
Seatoe.. J., A. arlisle, attorney for
the plaintiff, the balance of the Gaines.
tll0e Bar for the defendant."
List of the witness:
Bakted O'Poeum. Roasted Potatoes.
Perimmon Sauoe, a la Blaekstone.
Turkey. Cranberry Sauoe.
Pillao, alias Ohiek Bogged in Rine.
Piekise, Ketshup, Woreestershire
v, Basea, as laid down in Oreenleaf, 2nd
volume, page 00.

Fried, ltew, Raw.
gee some work on admiralty, as
S oytern have something to do with the

Cakes. Fruits. Nute.
CasO Julee, Pabst Bine Ribbon.
Egg1og, with the egg loft out.
Don't be frightened; the Tige la not
only blind but is ehalied.
J. A. Oarlile. Obef.,
Evans Haill, Head Walter.
Be prearedl witl yoar tips.
he Bar is espeoted to be ready to
ars g thisaee upon the soundlin of
he dookel,
re motion for coatinuano 4111l be
eat o aloed by the court.
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
of th M. E Church. South
Followlag is the program for Moun
S day. November 30th, at 8 da p. m.:
Subjtee-"Meoslo." Leader-Mrs
T. J. Nizoa
1. Hyma.
2. Seriptere l#eoa, lea. 61.
S Prayer
4. Ulorst Patria
S. Talk oa the Lcaon, Rev. T. J
b. Oar Misioaaries and Sebools,
Mea W. L. Floyd.
T. IBating Leafle: "eMoex oe
eedlmied mo s." Mr P. Uor-
a. Seag.
8. Leeiot "nlathe Momstais of
Meozio," M, J. Pteh.
10. "ViWe toe he Meaxis Come
ery." Miss Mary Bfies.
11. Prayer.
U. I oology at BedtiAtsU.
The lade of the eiti goemlay. i.
S s of chreh 9mmubaii ma
lavtie I* sued al5 UWI
s wlemW

There's a big difference

between what
and what he
him the one,
other. Most

a baby wants
needs. Deny
give him the
babies need

Scott's Emulsion-it's the
right thing for a baby. It
contains a lot of strength-
building qualities that tpeir
food may not contain. After
a while they get to want it.
Why? Because, it makes
them nomfortabe. Those
dimpled and rotid cheeks
mean health and ease. Scott's
Emulsion make children
easy; keeps them so, too.
COT A DOW 49 409 rer mew York.


The United Kingdom Conrumes Much
of This Product.
Washlngton, Nov. 18.-The govern-
ment crop reported in its latest Issue
prints a report from London showing
that for cotton seej and the products
derived therefrom is a more extensive
market in the United Kingdom than
exists in any other country of Burope.
Toe cotton see:i induAtl of the United
KlngdJon, dependent W]&ily for its sup.
ply of the raw material upon imported
seed, prodtices an exportable surplus
of the chief product, oil. but is still
heavily dependent upon foreign count.
tries for Its supply of the by-product,
the popular and valuable cattle food,
The report says:
"The commercial distribution of thr-
products is confined almost entirely
to the United Kingdom. For the king.
dom as a whole there has been a de-
cline in recent years In the Lmnpoi n
of cotton seed, but the decline in re-
cent years in the importation of cotton
need, but the decline has been mote
than made good to the crushing inds.-
try by increased Importations of flax-
seed and rape seed, the imports of
the former having doubled and those
of the latter having increased by one-
third within two years."

Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs In our family,
and through It I los my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid of Harmony, Me.
"For the past five years, however, on
the slightest sg of aenugh or oold, I
have taken Dr. King's New Dilovery
for Oonsumption, which has saved me
from serious lung trouble Hs moth-
er's death was a sad lou for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that lung trouble must
not be neglected, and how to eure it.
Quiekeet relief and eure for coughs
and eolds. Priee 0J and 81.00; guar.
anteed at all drug stores. Trial bot-
ties free.
Pro!nent Louislan Dead.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 18.-A pri-
vate telegram annonaem the death of
former Lieutenant Governor R. H. Bay.
der, at Rochester, Mins. Bnyder left
here a month ago to undergo an opera.
tion In a private sanitarium. He wam
not able to rally from the chock. He
was a native of Talluah. At the time
of his death he was speaker of the
Loslalana house of representatives. He
had been a large factor la Lou wlana

Reld Vill Visit America.
Loado, Nov. 1- -As there is no
qestloa pending requiring th epreo
neab here of Whbtelaw Reid, the am-
baeandor has decided to take advas-
tage of a leave of absence grated the
department of state and will speaj the
COrlatmas holidays In America. leav-
ISg 10aland early la Deenmber. Mrs.
aad Miss Reid will aconipaay Mr.

Count of Flanmder Deed.
Brusls. Nov. 1S.-The count of
Leaders. brother of Kint L5 old. and
heir to the throae. died at lI:W''cloek
tal mornia. Death wa du~. ts-
Samattea of the reasprater
The coatt was horsa I 1T.

Se.br Partor Can.
The Beaboard Air lUe operate but.
fot pw lr ears bemoo Wako aad
Tampa o tr5la leading Waido that
eonneete with the morning tsee from



Tbe IUverlde Brige company'!
plant at Martino erry. 0, was dam
aged $200,000 by fire this morning. I G OF
The sum of $1,08 has been raised at T Contiou1S Blood fPiso"ti () Iarme King of all
Nashvillae or.the r(nllf of the Jews In DIseases. It sthemoste oto l ila--oupting e.ery
Russia. A number of 1; ntii's contrib partofthebody andwrecking d rnin of those unfrt n.te
uted to the fund. enough to contract it. When the fin sign appears in the form of an tI1l, .
Clovis Bertrand and A (;. Schmidt nificant sor orulcer, few persons realize that the deadl virus has ent u
started today In an ain.mipt to break the blood; but so potent is the poison that one diop yll vitiate and pol' e
the automobile record ni ir n Chica the purest and healthiest blood, and in a short time the degrading and ,or.
go and New York. Thi. record is now rible symptoms begin to appear. The mouth and throat ulcerate, the glr.is
68 hours and 8a minutes, in the neck and groins swell, the hair and eye-browI fall out, copper-colored
spots appear on the body, and in the latter stage of the disease the p,,i ,,In
The Spanilh.governnmnt is about to even works down and destroys the bones. N' other disease is so highly
Issue an Intltatibn to the powers to at contagious, and many have contracted it and suffered its awful cqnsequ!'nices
tend the Morsocan conference. It it through a friendly hand-shake, handling the Clothing at one afflicted with
probable that the confertnce will as it, or drinking from the same vessel. S. S. 8., The King of Blood Purifirs,
aemble December 13th. is the only care for Contagious Blood Poison. It goes down into the cir.
The United States cruiser .Minneap culation and forces out every particle of the virus. It is nature's antil, te
ols arrived at Cherbonirg today from for this peculiar poison, and cures the disease
London and exchange salutes with the in all Its stages, and cures it permanently,
forts. It is said here that order S. S. does not hide or cover up any of the
await the eruiser instructing her cor poison to break but in future years, but so cou.
wander nto ere for the R rltc. o 0 pletely eradicates it from tlt blood that no sins
Tender to leave for the mlt ric. PURELY VEGETABLE. areeverseenagain. 8. S. .ispurelyVegetal,le,
The morning seasHon of the Amerlcat we offer $i,ooo for proof that it contains a par.
Federation of Labor convention at the tide of mineral of any kind. Book with instrictions for home treatment
city of Plttaburg lastlP one and a hall and any medical advice you desire will be furnished by our physicians
hours in order that tie 'iffrent cor without charge. r ,m-I 9.C F- U.ATUWTAi GA.

mlttees should perfect their report
for presentation at the afternoon sea
The corpse of George Aiken, a white
man, was found under a houseboat at
the levee thls morning in Chattanooga
The supposition is that he was acci
dentally drowned while intoxicated
but an official investigation will be
One hundred representatives of the
Six Nation Indians yesterday conclude
ed a meeting at the Onondaga, N. Y.
reservation Where an effort was made
to revive the pagan religion, make
sacred the marriage relation and te
stamp out intemperance.
When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a enmedy that will not
only give qolok relief but effect a per-
manent eore.
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coon-
tersea any tendency toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Ohamberlain's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
speedy sad permanent cure of bad
colds stands without a peer. For sale
by all druggists.
Do Empoyee Carry Insurance.
Oiceago, Nov. 18.-A dispatch to the
Record-Herald from Omaha says that
employes of the Union Pacific railway
has received an order, said to have
come direct from President Ilarriman.
pmrvding that all Union Pacific em-
ployee must tell whether or not they
carry life insurance and If so, what
kind. During the present week em-
ployes In several of the different de-
partments have been catechised with
reference to tenhr life Insurance.

Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin, 8uperionendent
City Waterworks, SBhllkburg. Wik,
writes "I have tried many kinds of
linimente, but I have never received
mueh benefit until I osed Ballard's
8oow Liaiment for rheumatism and
pains. I think it the beet linimeat on
earth." fte.oeaindl. 8old by W.
W. Johnaoe.
Triple Murdera le Captured.
Middletown. N. Y. Nov. IL-harbe
Heary Rogers. wanted ter the triple
murder of Wllis and ired Obey sad
Alle lasrtoh aer this elly oa Ost. 8.
It te esid. has been aW aad his itJti.
ty easblthed In Klbloe. Pike eouaty,
Pa. Deteetve are sow oa hiU tral.
"1 Thank e LeardI"
Cried Haanah Phlat of Little Rook,
Ar ., "for the relief I go from Boek.
lend's Ariea 8alve. It eared my fearful
running ores, wle nstleg *ee woud
heal, and ram whbt I had muered
for a year." It is a mrsalo healer
for a te, buras and weeads Goarsa-
teed at all drug steps I s.
Martial Law RgIly tnfarced.
Kalish. Rautan Poaad. Nor I.-
Marial law is rildly Sforted here
eaaptioua person arm tweed to leave
the city.
A Guaranteed Ow *Fo Plae
Itehlng, blid, blaedi~, proardisag
pile. Ireasste am e S-heds to re-
fwtd moie if PAD OINTMNTr
hlo to eure to eto tdda Ms. 5.

wa br N t

rhar'a oft bed!We b M nd nd 4

Y our but wa sdM 4W so MM 0 Of
SS VW, Ayse "o v MW b a
"Od h w lk mmovawt w
.4 slow It

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Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple and Fancy Grocrims,

Grain, Brdn Seed and n Fertlizer
Highest market prise paid for Ohiekens. Eas and other Prud m.

A Complete stock of Hay, Oon Oats Floor, Bran, Meal, Ootton Bed Meal-
and R We handle the VERY B8T goods at the LOW
T PTOES. sand maebe sat efo always.

ZlmkblsJ&4d 1878


Do a SeaesraI sa bemea r esad Imu e aM Dumlto- Zsa,
teese "ma o eaks b eroorerastto. ee meseaeesm oe s.
rtoyte4r sjee1saiw u tsme.sto as e*s*stoneos on s
a""seeiwe WIsIs he Umied is8s"M&


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Gainesville & Gulf Railway Companj
Time Table In eleet Sepember S~, 10S5.
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The question .
The question Renders reliable services of every sort along the ,ine of
of Title the Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachoa county.
first consid- -
raon for SPECIALTIES: Abstract of Titles; Tax ale Searches;
Agents for Non-Rsldent Land Owers; Plats f Conntles,
the investor. Tow", Etc.

References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Dutton & Co., Bankers.
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hn Sl Vatlbt, il mitow t l it Rid buWaClu, iglr
Write for prkte Oei 0 betUe are aot mLd. bat mu be reertme
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-,.. ........ I For Sale or Exchaiw,,r-l)>sir thle
jh 'tel prol(.rtv in ("hi,-aio liif looa.
ture on uta Luther at' Iion. Part) ( eirs i (i.n. i', Inor
the Pr b.. .- Cn -rch. id R "rd will" ell nr 'xczlha v.. fr Flor.
qthe Pra b'tiim Church. 1 ,Id a pro,erty. Addre.s ls 174 akwood,
lChicsgo. d6w2
R A-. SI J. F. Donaldsrn of Monteo ha. a
'Royal Wagoes"at ste Baptist-"The veteran of the emninole and Civil
r of Cwars, was a caller at T'he Sun office
Power' Oflwlst-lk Mind' at the yesterday. He is a very agreeable old
M.thoddl-New Pastor at the Sec. gentleman and is deierrvng of the
ond Advent small pittance he draws from Uncle
First a$pt Obarl ,RevB 8. B. Rog- Sam for past services.
era, pste-maday school at 9:80 a. Munroe & Chambliss. private bank.
m. PreekhlU ast10q; subject, "Roy- ers of SOals, have purchased the oun-
al WagoU.lw. kaboamimeetO at 2:30 trolling stock in the Central National
p. m., and 3. .'P. U. at 8:80. The Bank of thrt ety. and will merge the
putorwrill eaMtesservices at ocky two concerns. H. A Ford, retiring
Point uiestSeroon at 2:80 o'clock. president of the National, will serve
No eveolagiu ee at this church on "as one of thedirectors.
aeeont ef ihe lteure on the life of The Atlantic Ooast Line offers a rate,
Martin Lasthua the First Presbyte- Gainesville to Tampa and return, as-
rima Churb. count Florida 8tate Fair, of $4.76, tick-
Kaealogth Methodist Church, Rev. ers on sale from the 13th, good to re-
T. J. Nixon, p stor-Sunday school at turn after the fair. Train leave
9:30a. m. Pnsehing at 10:80; sub- Gainesville at 12:16 p. m daily. See
jecs, "Tte Power of a Christ-like J. A. Goodwin, ticket agent, for per-
Mind." Jonior League at 2:30 p. mn.; ticulars.
Senior League at 4:80. Evening ser- We are in a position to furnish first-
vice at 7:1l; subject: "WomIau'di elas bean, coke and lettuce hampers,
Work in the Ohorbh." Ialo cabbage and canatloupe crates
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. promptly at reasonable prices, and
Thos. P. Hay, pastor-Morning service guarantee prompt shipment on all
at 1O:)sa. m., followed by meeting of contracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or
the session in the primary class-room S. A L. railroads. W'illiton Manu-
immediately after morning service, for factoring Co Williston. Fla dawtf.
the roepton of members. Sunday On account of the annual meeting
schooldt 8:80 p. m,; lesson topic, of the Southern Educational Associ-
"Nehemia's Prayer." Westminster atiou, which meets at Nashville, Tenn ,
Leaguest.:46; topic, "Medical Mis- November 22.25, the Atlantic Coast
sions." Union service at7:80, by Rev. Line Railway hap arranged to sell
F. A. Holshausoen,anative of Witten- tickets at one flit-elass fare plus
berg, Germany; subject, 'Martin twenty-five cents for the round trip.
Luther, the Hero of Heroes." These tickets will be on sale November
Adventist Christian Church, [Cev. 20th and 21st; final limit of same
W.M..8trout, pastor-Sunday school will be November 80th. For full in-
at 9:0 a.m. Preaching by the new formation or sleeping car reservations
pastorat 10:80. Evening service at see Atlantic Coast Lineagents or write
7:11 p. m.. Frank 0. Boylston, District Passenger
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Rev. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
F. H. Craighill, rector-Morning C M Bell of Waldo has decided to
prayer and sermon at 10:30 a. m. Sun establi bakery and confectionery
day school at 8:80 p. m. Evening store I ishi b y and wil probby ar
prayerand sermon at the usual hour. t dy or two or
St. Patrick's Catholio Church, Rev rve the ne. da or to fr com
P. Lyneh, reor-Low ses at 10 a plating arrangements for the same.
P. f. Lynch, rector--Low mas at 10 A. The business will be conducted ii the
m. Vespers at 4 p. m. .ill Block, corner East Liberty and
Church Notes. University streets, while the baking
Progam of the week of prayer will will be done in a building recently
be found in another portion of this pa- erected for the purpose on University
per, street. A large and modern oven will
Rev. D. B. Strouse will begin a be installed having a capacity of 600
series of meetings at the Karanaugh loaves. Mr. Bell is a young man full
W. E. Church on Wednerday evening, of ambition and will doubtlers build up
Preaching on that evening. a nice trade here. lie has conducted
The lecture at the Presbyterian a similar business at Waldo for a num-
shureh on this evening will be of deep ber of years and will continue the
interest to every member of the store at that place
sheahes in this city and a large audi-
e should be present to hear Rev. GEAT LECTURE TONIGHT.
Hotbhaosen._ Col. Sam mall, The Famous Evange-
A Disastrous Calamity. list, at the Opera House.
It ia a disastrous calamity when you This (Sunday) evening at o'clock
.. .. i U-- U ll *It 0 l tl d.. A

I"r loo health, because indigestion
sol esmatipation have sapped it sway.
Prompt rlief can be had in D)r. King's
Now Life Pills. They build op your
dlgegh organs and eure headache.
dlmsismie, eslic, conslipalion, etc.
Goarmats.d as all drug stores; 2..

Kap Your Head Clear
Anlyour stomach tree froma Indlge
Ir~llpooouwta be happ" wyth 1ou"
so d your feho w ".
intemms a" Go e" to got a 0"'t Are.
Wqma.Iwbaoh s ae# .ow isreD.o'
Irma to ammed" 9"emll r0&"- rt
V beeins by sevemva rs. Frste. the
hI Saa Dme good. "o"oed. 0e Mo"-
aw e pww. he betr Iat fte wor& mm
u s3 She havetr"t ed IrX;Tnro.I7
~'W!U IC amO
P5 UR sa er '1e k eMIwg bow to'
~ebOIi.Ourbred deo" t ~o "J,
kLS Sho hemde sad Ia uma v ~ea eei
-S -S-`".d ue rl~
-9bm 6. a. T. ukAh'r. Prop.

&L Rawlins & Coo
6.einw seT. 1. Uelae c.o

IN08 t9019 Grai ad rrMhbre

Rom 1, Rilmwlior Ruildnga.
113 West Bay street
1"af WNWs b V I
br. PoM6 I I.

oi. amwl m-mait nIe ce r r'ru
evangelist and popular lecturer, will
deliver at the opera hooue lhis famous
moral, psyshie and pithy lecture on
"Hlis Majesty. The Devll" This dis-
eourne has become a noted one on the
American platform and received the
hearty voluntary commendation of
Presidents Cleveland and MeKinley,
Hirhon. Mallalieo and Fowie. and bI

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Don't be among the Wish-I-HIad-Coine-Sooner-Orowd.

Be a live one and head the procession to our Big Sale.




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GREATEST HORSE SHOW. No Defllcit Is Likely.
-'"*---I- n'aishllgton, Nov IN .Almori the
New York Is Witnessing the Largest muthjrcts sitlliiuiedl i y h the pr,'sidnt
Exhibition In History. will sol. of .il callcrt was l;i t probht
New York. Nov. 18 I lit largI t ,hip tle onllition of he trena.iiry at the
horse show New York li: ever hat.L end of ithe current "fial )yeir It I
with the most horres. :hi. higget at the coaenasus of opinion among .'na FOR
tendance and the gr-ut'-l display of torn aZ! rreprentatlves who have
social celebritle, fine goniis and costly talked the preAldent nboiit the mat
jewels, began Its fifth amni next to the ter that the deflcit In the treasury this At vrinston, Florida, one mile from
last day's exhlltion to-9ay favored by year. If any at all, should appear, will
perfect weather. be small. Tiley point to the IncreraeI station, on ok Roa d. 42 acre of
Exeltement of severe; kinJ was on revenues of the treasury during the good Hammoek Land; all cleared and
today's program. A race for first past three, or four months sa an Indlrs.
honors among exhibitors of beautiful tlon, despite the somewhat IncreaNse In cultivation. aeree In bearnla or*
horses waged between Aaron Jordon expenditures. that no alarming deficit angel trees. All good trucking land.
of Doeton, and Mra. ,lhn Oberkin of is likelY.
Brooklyn, was to be d. :led today. At 1,000 dwelling and other houses on
the close of last nlg' i romptltion Neuralgia Pains. the premises. All going at a Itrgal I
Mr. Jordan. winger of :at year's horse Rheumatism, lumbago and seiatle It 1
show, led Mrs. Oherk!', by the narrow pains yield to the pen-etrating indlu. A Y 2500u00
marline of one blue r 't,n,. having In eie of.Ballard's !now Liniment. It
all eight of these trop' ... penetrates to the nerves and bones.
The promised pr. 'ince of Pi lrne and beig absorbed into the blood its Apply for farther particular to
luls. of Battenburg, ,. th-, how today healing properties. area onveyed to ev.
was another attrarttil: Tbe prince ry part of the body, iad eff."t sumre 00LSONl LANIII
annovinced that his p"lm'i i in the ,'4.- wonderful cure*. 26e, 6o and $1. Sold
ond vislt was to Io&, at the horses, hy W. M. Johnson. (IlItttILLB FLO I.
and that he might h1', a few of them I I
for hl tine In lngla J.1 In the tan
bark r.ens ltAelf an .ilis.iually elc llng
event, waa Ichsili., I for today, namely
the pig pen J1p IA' in
Italian Queen to Vlsit Amrlica. (Iznoorrporatewdl
yew york. N, i, Tn .. Is. rnt' E E. VOYLE. MGR7
announcemn.f ,i 1I 5o ra nl tim-es Atestraete of Title and full Information furneihed rlegrding lands Is thi
and denlel la, .I ,on lu ,aa., r Mar county. Our manager hs lived in lhis cant] thirrty yeare a
and dret, of iItaly. hi., ,ri-eing Ixi'riMca, Is thoroughly coenverat with ll nd titles.
iuret, of l aly. m RlnK k Atjqrlca,!
w a trie A I tuint repuirter was
told by a trlrul ,,r'ny Inforarint that I E E V 'OOYLh[
Queen Margaure ,! declide d Io romut 1
o the I'nlte1d t'. i, ext year Rh to pFK. AOUIDENT, BUROLARY 1I1D IDIMIRITY INSBURAOI. IRos
anxlous to *se, A:ni..rca and trav-lin seating a number of Ipromlneal Amarlee', ,ad JInliash oopaalse.
Dcogmlito, will neai a tour in an au | RBALoltATZ AID OITY LOAN1.
itmo)le from sN York to San Fran ; z.11 a 510orL
iirno, whence Ph* *11 Itake a s*eamer ..... -_ ... .... __IIIII_____- -- ..._.__
for Japan. _- ., Ia.-

American Minster Leave Japan. j
TkIo, Nov 17 II a m The Amerl
can l nisnl r I." .,1 C. Ortse oi. will
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the proes and clergy everywhere.. lurlng bli ati- Ia -funotlngion Wilison
By *eeido-ntal events Col. Small, of r m 5f! t I -Wl10l. "Ill act ao
the starf ( f overoor Terrtl1 nt (hwr- rharigo d'at! iT.ip *Ir!l Sir .1
gie. founi it pose)ble, to remain ,,,er in it%1-844. -"Incroci:I# r at
In(iaelaoviie today and deliver tshis a' u ~..' ru
admirable die-iirae to our people, who 'ltvlt-~ r (Iris. p JUring 1 r to-P
many years ago hqartt him with greali tr,; '04 0P.4CS th0
delight hope la*' -. -'urfa 14. tiIn aW
Thore will to no charge for it,. lee. the flrat Am- lima.&.,,I
lure. Thoblabke to cordially Invited I -
tobar it and throw contribute what Te ExSc at 'r t RewIred for Conu.
they will for bhe urreeary et of fhe A
arranpirenets of hall, lights, vec "Assa certain t. tivallve and sto b
There i'] diubs-#se a tae a rrtwded
aod lege#. tI hear she torist 111 as9rato uad
sad M aiss Livro t Table setn ;i nbe obeses thin
requiuud,isroug "'agO for the muss
Constipation. ta t. yes Pillf v*5iegh sad MIS.Pis
Health to aboolately auposloliosit ebildrestabd wLt-011that seevible
eometiragiol, teit, roorea. Manysulso. fo 5.0 C o toi'l on 4*ao F9Ug
omom of arpr &@d ,bids" eomplaisis Olaw U l s oVW C" i by all 4 Fee.
hbasesprung frowm meggeese Vaesel i d

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Iforblue ls I, Pe4Iy reedly mmimtue
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Sea Island Cotton Seed, B&kging and Twine. Walru
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Manufacturers of the Juauw Doig Improved English
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I*. life insursnoe oommpay. We don't
]I t. s surne company. We don't l'eople will never learn that you
know *ueh shout life asuranee, but
would like to b lfe p sd..tcan't always judge from appearancev
would like to b ridTher are well drsd duaumirs walk.
Unclig about the htmee all the timf. | 0 R I|
I The free distribution of seedl Iing s bout the streets all the time.
I Unele Stten will c~nrimnce Ieec.n llwr .....
lst and In alIot three months from th.. BSware of Oittmeta for Catarrh That P a
tine the |,.ople who uewd them il ib' Contain Mercury. LIN IIhl 'EN UV)
mad at their rne,'l As mercury will surely destroy the W U
o*n", of smell and completely deranged ,psmI a i
A pretendrr to irte hr~te of RusIsa the whole system when catering is Th ne a. DO
hu aplwaretd. If he flnds it as hot as through the mueous as orfao S h ar- rI rip CS O" auseate.
the present ooiupati. hte won' t war to lel* should never be osod *eel pt on C I U f i
bj d it down until it rt-s oooled ,of a preription from reputable physa-t. ra a ,
I stle. tas. u the damap they wll do is tos e i n0I 14 I=
fold to bthe ood you can prasibly doe. a.1p1 by t wlOb .2
"The greet oaus of .ducatioak s txoo nre from them. Hall's* (ta Curn Cal*J mCiDtOitM tb
Important to be made the plaything tf maarfactured by F. J Cheney A Oa.. p liver and bowels.
eat lleat or local ambition ays The Toledo. 0. atalin uo mercury. Ad yl W e JI. V W M- A c
St. AuoeUse KReord. taken InterU Uy, aeilag dileUos
-' -- .. upoI the blood and mesea u ehwrfm*
SThey had a M0.",m cototo t, at the a seom ln 1y l1 Hal U. Cat-
Columbus, (ia few days ago. hus ao ken in yu rllAd So Tel e.
sendia up .000 balJes la soke do, 0to. by F. J. Ohoe*y Oa. Tea U
-... tsiMoaliafreme.
There wil1 be lar rorwds at the oM bydruit Prtaeiper
6ate Fa.r esr week. I toa shnea Take Hall's Fuamy Pllt eseP ss*-
aid eele a1: other.



he a n di d There muh talk in regard to Prea- Old-time bolls are getting together,
Mal ..ident Roonevelt's visit to the South and, adl at ooaference held in New Or.
"-a-, i attbePon OO& It G eulemin&.., the impression made, bo)h on the Pres- l. os asiy or two ago. at which there
Sas osmeec M smailmtr. ident and on the South, which could be were pr*~i t auch meu as Prank B.
.. ardP-us. easily undritorl by anyall, if they Hayne, W. P. Brown, Harvie Jordan,
aW.W. ]CcAISLY.......Asltori nd Pbllhdh). woult enjoy the sam, experience as Presdent of the Southern Cotton As-
I. W. AsILY ..... ... Anore Fltr. President Roo-evelt and make a siml- sclation, pad others equally as active
883 XI BTRTZ.......... ...... .City -flitr, lar tour. There is little or no differ- In sastaia_ og the price of American
S..nce between the people of both .se. grown cotton, defuiite plans were
IOUIS J. BRUMBY, Ur.en'l Trvellnl Acgnt. tions. Both are Americans and proud adopted for the launching of the most
of it. It is doubtful in the mind of ambitious boll campaign that the cot-
S T. L. PBEWIT..... upt. Conmpoding Roomh. the writer if you could ind a man ton world has yet had to consider.
o o K .Oin the North' but what is proud of This is nothing more nor less than the
SW. Mai tonreet,: o. 'l.Vo110NE43-2 the rapid progress being made in the timing up under contract of some
: __ - ----- South and if they could only come and 8,000,000 baleH of cotton whica is to bd
IUD DALY 81"., 1,ul)b1t hecd c 'vry ),norning ex- ou
T4M DAILY SIo d puisrthd eyry ri intiiity, or tee for themselves would he prouder held until the mills are ready to pay
m led any, dprivrtof tly nrri r instl h citagey till. 10 sent per peond, basis middling,
yalad to ay part of tir- 1 nic.il Si. i te, po->nage BH". r
I s,forSsa yest: .i .. -Ix i,,ith: 'rJ. three When President Roosevelt came he for it.
mmtha:uor 5o ctiti, fr ,< w.,.k--strictiy in found men of his own stamp of eharae In defense of the practicability of
*u iCcft. l ter; he saw the South ai a part of his this plan, It was pointed out that the
et. ditng o,,ti ,1- n ,,,I..unact line own native land and its people as hia etirret crop can hardly exceed 10,000,-
birt Insertion, .ani ,Itcii.t foureachadditional people, hence it is not surprising that 000 bales; that the world's spinning
I sertion. he conquered a place in their hearts and weavlig lodustry 'is now breaking
Rates for di.ipl,y adv.rtiting made known on which nothing can ever obliterate. ll previous records in the matter of
S pcaticon. Himself an ardent Amer san and new business and general prosperity;
The Twkice-- -Werc su is an eight-page,forty- worshiping at the shrine of its loftie*t that mat of the mills are sold up for
S column paper, published every Monday and ideals he found here that be was aod* yeear to some on a basis of 14 cents
wure, loaleta and eneti tal he nd wl bte in on common ground wits the Roth- cotton, and have not as yet purchased
mailed, postage free, to any part of the t united ern people who have ever bowed at the the oatual cotton with which to fulfil
State or Canada, fur i.xoa year-in advance. same altars and stood for the same pr their contracts; that the farmer and
---triotic priooiples. not the specolator is entitled to profit
All advertising bills become due after first The President came as an honest by the shortness of the crop; that a
appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise n Thenoo Tprton the hs
latd in contractart not known to man, ys The Chttnooga Trd very large portion of the crop has al-
wl be required to pay for advertising in ad- man, with honest words of admiration ready been sold below its value, and
Vmac. Address TIE )DII.Y tI'N, for what the South loved most and at that the remainder must bring 15cents
G AWtaILU i.. onse the hearts of the people were if the season's average price is to reach
- opened to him as none oould have 12% ents, which is low when con.
SUNSTROKES. prophelied woudo ever osear. Hi tasted with the world's requirements
words of greeting torts. Jackson,"tsh and the 1056 yield.
S Fools and fads both begin with the w.dow of the Oe14 StonewaS 'lTseh President Jordan announces his in-
same letter and both are present in son," a he Invotoliarily p lmed, ention of immediately sendiog oan-
large numbers and a being worth hl I to vasers through the cotton State s
If a little girl with red hair is dan- have met, was the 9i6W These canvassers will call on the farm.
er.os, wha.t mst a his girl be withthat he oould have paid e bolte ere and plantersas rapidly as possible
the same colored hirsute appe.adaf? memories of the South and. ( made and seure from themowritten pledges
te ephim thenceforth as one of our own pe to hold ms many bales as they can-the
When you ee a man walking along pie. number of bales to be stated-until the
the street with his head thrown back The trip was indeed a greqt one. absence of cotton offered for male,
as if he knew it all, it may be he is shy Great for the President, for he knows meetion an Inerealing demand for sop.
on ballast. the 8ooth as he never knew before, plies, shall have brought the bid pries
"t and great for the Booth, as IatUnow up to 10 oents. Meanwhile the efforts
A school boy on being asked to writ ehballenge the world through acannel of speculative "shorts" to cover at
a ma"tene containing the word "dog. that will not be questioned as to Its once the pressure on them is felt, will,
," deliberated for time nd then local devotion to what th nation int t lk believed, exert a signal and favor-
wrote: "The dogma hare fve pup." stads for-genuine Amerleanism. able lffeet on the market both in
There is one tng ut a Keeley in. The President knows now nod the America and Europe.
Thre is one thing rl no laraotee, world likewise knows tha he enemies
solute that they will not guarntee,
d tt to give a man ability of this republic are not to be found in The eause of temperance seems to be
odjundgment. The remsed will re. theBSouth, but that here exists the making real headway in the United
tore the system, but If the head is strongest bulwarks of patriots that States. For the irst time in almost a
aking the casse is hopelessremain on this continent. decade the annosl -report of the
President Roosevelt is a wonderful United Staies commissioner of internal
man and the BSuth is perhaps prouder revenue shows a decline in the amount
How's your kidneys An Engli of him today than ia any other portion of whiskey consumed in this country.
M. D. clal.s to have discovered that of this eonntry. May that fritndship The figures for the year ending June
Iasanlty and other nervous dishes ad confidence never be lesoe either 8a, 1906, ihow a deerease of 704 640
aree ue n a large psrontasgy of au side. The whol eoatrlt'naed asoeh a gallon of whiskey consumed asagainst
to movable kidneys and ay be cured leader as this time and that leader 1908-4, while p to 1908 for many years
by a comparatively simple surglal neds the South to sustain him in his the annual ineroeas of whiskey con-
Soperation. So when a man is conspple, efforts to carry forward this gnvern- gumption had been about 7,000,000
soon for mental soundness we most meant to its manifest destiny. gallons. Beer for theoear 1904-6atill
as longer sa that hi head i, level,- showed an inerased aonsumpthon, but
but that his kidneys are in the right Tes by 70,00 0,0I gallons than tn pre.
S lae. .TH UCKMAN BILL.ips ea.
For the.*&* of t. .State's eda -
SThe ost of sea ooase defense. come For the a,.k f Vsthe States ed
high but we most have them The ean. tonal lnter lfor no other reaMon,
S tiers want $1.000,000 more to om- the fn1al fate of the Buekman nhool
lots e foI~rtide onsof he sea coasts bill should b imedlately deter D Y SPiE PSIA
S plst the fortU1e 0o00 of th o a. ooma-e
ef the Unied States. There has al. ed. If the present ~ootrovrsy is to,
S, u.. h .dra, .elong month efter month r .,, **
ready bea approprlated for this pur- agrlong month aft mol An veryt .
pose 36 .s Permanent project rious harm cannot butr murslt. Au
a adopted and mos are well under way. i riaould, fte mat we p S.
So._e ..o .... to a referendum, support the aetlon al - anar on.s..
The fellows who think that Ohio is a ready taken by the Board Ott rol. b
dopI St ate may be right,. But th Of eoorse Lake City grieve over the
I the trou with some people; ihey change that removes the atse Univer
19 too much conidene in the Buck sit- y to taineaville, but Is esitlsens
y t. The election of Lat timn ha but should make the best of the situation
i' tle political signifleance. The Pro- a4d not try to hinder plans hhioh if
L Meiantl campaign, when Federal of* put into eect will gire the $tae an
are at ake, will make a differ deatioa .ytem a thousand times
e h better thab that which has hitherto
se in the ote. prevailed. This faet all students of theb
ow rla bu s new m ove acknowledge 9t Augus- eSS e*e*ewM an.
New Orleas business men are talk- As" er i-a Me OeqCMePWN.T.-
..Il of organisiig a five million dollar tine II-d.

Do Not Neglet a Cold.
Every eold Weakes the LnAgis IiSW the VROtly and maku the
sstem less able to withtA d a ai d4 thu
paviog the way for M- Inf t


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M&IL ALLIED LO~KBAR .W*wU .V,,,., we
have ud Dallard's twobawIe a iaamlritmUI vmte n
saglym ttaoese. Whw t Ue ehatlueI had Oreme
E Et'ay itLfta aware me ei tthr e l I we&in t he
wMlesT 5ia Ia the m aseS 1to ao s Tamu ImWas wee hw e .
let Iemdy for Chilar Ever Btte GW m-a- -
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Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Mal,


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Mosogram Rye..-- 3 OD
lemw'-44"RYe..... 3 7
aowialbkey ........... 7
Peseb Brsandy ..... --1
a==rcn ....... ... 200
persb Clwodas Cora $9
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Re, e. Corn. Good grade.
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Rye, .Ota. Core ium Iae quality.
LW Per (allof.
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4.00 Per Gallon:
Vlctorts lIe,. Social Drops Rye. Medletla
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Standard ... *
Malt. xtr dar . .... ......... I d
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Capital ................ .. .50,00 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 30.000 oo
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i Happenings From Various
Sections of State.


ranspiring In "The Landmof Flowers."
Things "Boiled Dowo" to Suit the
Busy Reader-lIteam of Interest to
All Classes.
Live Oak is bond to be in it, a d
ill have a crak football team.
Leesburg il l mUB a bid for good
ople to locate shlft. Good town.
Pensacola is DlIaiing to have a
'buyers' excorsionltruo to that city.
Next Tuesday Live Oak will vote on
proposition to bond for $200,000 for
public improvement and it will ib
sure to earry in that wide-awake city
Tallahassee is noted for her beau-
tiful flowers, but what a nice lot ,of
"posies" they will mise this winter, ow-
ing to the Legislature not being in
The people of Starke have begun a
Sunday closing crusade and it is an-
nounced that places of business will
have to have their doors shnt after 12
o'clock noon. A good plan.
N. W. Heakett of Starke was arrest-
ed a few days ago for writing a forged
endorsement on a note. Mr. Hackett
claims it was done with no intent to do
wrong, being in a business trausac- t
tion. t


Because of Lquozone,s Is a Tale Told EvewriwhOv

In almost every hamlet--vcrv neigh-
borhooi--there am li\ing e\iilillls (of
what Li.iuoone can do. \V I| are, you need not go far to fiid some one
wlho has been helped by it.
Talk to some of those cured ones; per-
hap your own friends are' iiI:m t'nm..
Ask if they advise you to trN\ .iluozone.
Or let us huy you a bottil., indi learn its
power for yourself. If you need help.
please don't wait longer; don't taiv sick.
Let us show to you-:is w', have to ruil-
lions-what Liquozone can do.

Wh&t Liquozone Is.
The virtues of Liquorone are derived
solely from gases. The formula is sent to
each user. The process of making re-
quires large apparatus, and from 8 to 14
avs' time. It is directed by cheni.tst
of the highest class. Tie object is to so
fix and combine the gasesas tocarry into
the systern a powerful tonic-gernicide.
Contact with Liquozone kills any form
of disease germ, because germs are of
vegetable origin. Yet to thebody Liquo-
zone is not only harmless, but helpful
in the extreme. That is its main dis-
tinction. Common germicides are poison
wh'n taken internally. That is why
medicine has been so helpless in a gerni
disease. Liiquosone is exhilarating, vi-
talizing, purifying; yet no disease germ
can exist in it.
We purchased the American rights to
Liquosone after thousands of tlt had

rilmtion of the expena, (iof sti3h te* A
oil as tinal bhe tgreed Uiionl; Psid cnn-

Madison is to have a home iirsuranee mitite to report to a meeting of polu'y
company modeled along the lines of hilders called by the chairim n n of thi
those of the Georgia Mutual Aid As- meeting."
sociation, which has worked most su- Jdge- Palmer hit the nail on. hli
cessfully in that and other States.- head the other day when he a ivisee
Madisou New Enterprise. the colored people to shun the preseh-
Nibe steamboats and forty lighters Pr among them who stooped to steal,
have been purchased for the work of and when he raid that there were
the Key West extension of the Florida many of that race wearing the cloak of
East Coast railway and this fleet is religion only to prey on the unwary,
now on its way to the seene of activity, he stated a fact. There are many col-
The company already has twenty-six ored preachers in this State who are:
additional lighthers on the work. among the biggest scoundrels unhung,
The tax books for 1906 show 4n in- and who have donned the garb of a
eresse of $62,609 in the total assessed preacher only to keep from work and
raluatioo of real and personal proper- to assistthem in their rascality. There
ty in Levy county. The total asessed are a great many good and honest oal-
valuation for 1904 was $1,718,037. For ored people in sad out of the church.
the year 1906 it is $1.770,.64. Not so and in no county are they more indul.
badg.ia t?-Levy Times-Demoerat. trious and better behaved than in
Florida will undoubtedly have the 8uwantee. But here as well as in
heaviest tourist busin'e in its history other actions they are made the viw-
the present winter. Every train and time of reinsenat oeg preachers who
every Clyde ship is entering the State rob them o their earning under the
crowded with passengers thus early guise of religion. Judge Palmer inti-
and the volume increases with the mated that the legislaturee ought to
lays. Tu far this season the tourist prevent to some extent organization
business is fqlly 20 per cent heavier lnd iocties among the colored io
han for the same period last year. ile, owing to he fact that they are too
often the mean of trouble and too el-
Some thief entered the home of dom of any benefit to the race and
W. 8. Harris, on Van Buren street, the community -Live Oak Dally Dam-
ome time Wednesday afternoon and oerat.
secured about fifteen dollars worth of -
roods. Mrs. Harris had gone up town, G. B. Burhans Teatifiea After Four
leaving the eook to look after the Years.
house. The eook claims that she went G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, N
o sleep on the floor and that she knew Y., writes: "About four years ago I I
nothing of the robbery.-Live Oak wrote you stating that I had beo en. B
>emoorat. tirely cured of a ever kidney trouble J
At a meeting of the life insurance by taking less than two bottles of Fo-
olicy holders in Jacksonville to con- ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
dder matter n regard to the recent the briek dust sediment, and pain and
nveetigatkio in New York, it was r symptoms of kidoey disease diap-
olved that committee of five be sp- pered. I am glad to ay that I have I
minted "to Admaider the adviability sever had a return of any of thoee I
f appoisniag one or more proxiesl ypto m duringg the four years lta, I
heasamal meetlage of the repreeent. have elapsed and I am evidently eured
tirel-emraec companies and to de- tostay cured, and heartily recommend
iee a pla slr a permanent orSall i.- Pole,'s Kidney Cure to anyone eaer,-
ion of peol boldenrof the Sate of ig from kidney or bladder trouble."
lorida and to provide for a fair di. W m A Co
Many Apprisants for Peionte
'Au Tna W "a N" I" WUlthin" tw
W Is Bay T Wday I da a fe af r nIroinrIuMtB w a.d*
Beaw imak yo. In fact, quite well. from the na~>) ;.r' ent,. a icmpel
tn el a d dfa of ie and misKhicel I ive examlI a **. would be ie:4 of ,

PiMk mdi wei ks. dottd wt di
- N.6N oat .o Nioigestiom
ASM Sama" of

10 0. Is 0 -
1w a meow boo br

41 sma up#.,~a
1~L k-imgusalieh ItY~S make

1k Isdo d M = 7`r au li r a's
in& 31 own --* gumuk

barn M 6-, -- si ios h
oWh SAs do boois. Let*a
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been nide with it. Its pow, !:ad been
I roveti, u:tAin and again iI t t dif-
icuhlt geiir diseases. Then \\i tll,rNl to
supply the first bottle free c. ,\ cry di-
seasc th:lt required it. A.4r: i vr on0
million dollars have been -jwiit to an-
nourince and fulfill thi offer.
The r-sult is that Il,(OXOt ) bottle s
have been used, mostly in t pait two
Vcair. Today there aracot I-s curnd l
ones, scattered everywhere, I, tell whlat
Liquozon hlas done.
But so many others need i: that thii
offTir is published till. In lait \veir, c'i-
nct'has traded sorfn of di., i o grill
attacks. Old remedies do i It alplyv t o
them. We wish to show tih-, -sik oiits
-at our cost-what LiquoLoiic can do.

Where It Applies.
These are the diseasen il h T.iquno-
sone has been most employed. In tlhee ei
it haiearned its widest repl :tion. In
all of these troubles we supply tih, first
bottle free. Andin all-no na tt r howdif- I
ficult-we offer each user a t%\\o months'
further test without the rik4 of a i-inniy.

Atwv -AomiLMm
Wlood Puoao
Bowel Troublk
Coucha -('olds
Carnr VaLaf rb
1I-tentory I)lIWrba
Vympolma Dandruff
Ktvvm&- Krysl)D*
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=aborirbr fItr, UiM

TblroTr -'u6

Throas TruutM

Shot Man In Atlanta Hotel.
Atlanta. Nov. 18.-- raid, it Mador,
a real state dealer anil :* ,.iti1lv a

AtLo mret forms of ther olkowll:
Kidliuiy 'lroulile I. ver Troublle
nlton>mrh Ttrutlutl Woluen's LNMi
Fevr, 11111iinii&tlot1 or lttrlb- impore o pI
uilrd blood auslly Indicate wailt Itaclk.
In uerv'u. he Jlity LiquoIonei acUMeass ltal
aocompllhibu reluarkable rnult.
50c. Bottle Free.
If ou need Iiquosone, and have never
tried it, pleas send us fhis coupon. We
will then mail you an order on a local
lruggist for a full-size bottle, and will
pay the druggLit ourselvm for it. This
is our free gfit. made to convince you;
to let the product itself show you what
it can do. In justice to yourself please
accept it today, for it place you under
no obligations whatever.
Liquosone comta 5Mc. and $1.

rnl It eouI anLd mitl Itto (ho Te IIunloloa
pii)ay.UI-4 Wabei ATe., Cbilago
My dls* a. aIN ... ... ...... ......... ........ ..
r havpe ii V'r ITIed .liquo.iii hh l it y u will
u"Iply iek,. .t i'W tWiii free I IIl t&iak Ii

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S................... . ... . .. p ... .
9 3 01iT, full *4141M -write plaily.

NoWt bat ailofr lr a ea e o memw oly.
A my phlysiian or bouyaoial out YU llab 1q*sss
'wlU be gamoly suppaOW a a

Gold StoraeI

state quarantine Inspecto ..not and i y wic t p.
Sw d I ~Is the bst areilh.d by which the pro.
serlOuuly wounded Mend,. 1{awak. I duooer of Imeat can have them taken
clerk at the cigar stand I', thi KlmnIn eare of The
hall house. Rawak was ';,,n to the IAMONil IE COMI'AN'
Orady hospital In the anil ance. and Ilsi the most ,lml il-t plant in Cen.
Meador left the hotel and id~lnh not be trial Florida, and the process is the
found by the police. Ra. 1l, was shot bent for
In the left groin. and whi. li h wound Irewervlag Meatsi.
Is serious, the hospital p ithclans do We leolict patronage and Xaiarntee
not think It will prove fatn: unless un.- perfect satisfa.i-on %lMeat prepared
forseen compllcatlonsa hobu set In. by this process an al a he s ked.
l aDiamond Ice Company,
Small Boll Cauoee Death. iI .I VINaB'I)N, MArr Ilnemrlli. nlorild
Charlotte, N. 0. Nov. is -Wheeler -
Hancock, 20 years of age. studentt of THIE ALA('HIA IE (Ic MOAN,
the Piedmont Industrlal ac :,ol. died a' Alalrca, Pier1rla
4 o'clock this morning aft-r an lilnMer
of 12 hours from blood p: .oinln. Ior Wlls pu up meat y th, sam
several days young Hla,-ock had a process leave orders at either place.
several days yotng Ha' ock hbad a
mall boll on his umppr !pB, to whicb
he gave slight attention srpe It both MRS. G. N. BROWNE,
ered him but litUe The boll In
creased la sise and hil face began to 0 nt l a
swell. He became >pa-itel*y 11 y
and though he recelved rve; rnedlcal
aUlntoen, he died.
Dry Goods, Notions,
No Case of Pneumonia on Record Dry Good s. Notlon
We do not know of a aiigl insanioe c t
where a oough or neill resulted in
pneumoniaoresu in whn AlsoENUI.T'n YlMOI' oIIRSREA)I,
pncomonl or O .unlUlp l wi r.. I o h" ^ "
ley's Honey and Tar hil been take. AKE and I.-Presh
I ear *n aue and ,old, .A.ri Every Day

so do not take shaners with fume a**
Know preparalon which may contain
opllats. which eauie conetpatloa, a
iondltion that reGards recovery from
Soold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
rar and refous any sotmtitae offered.
r. W. MeYollaNm ('o

Allbaman Accidentally Kill sklf.
Mobile. Ala.. Nov II- --sper W
Rogers. one (if the bot t kown naval
atotrs oe In the siulhb acrrdentally
killed llnsllf yetrrday afternoon at
ant ReFmlur. Ala, aerorm the hay fromn
hi city. Hie wasu iut balltag asd
hie gili was Jlsrea rted by the slIp of
he trigger The load from the gun
'ntred Rogers threat arn4 bad. mak.
ag a terrible wound h% rasials
wre sent Io the borne Iof the de4*ease
it D:i,,n Cr

Herb W. Edwards Injured.
llhrb W. Edwaerds r0 De Moiner.
lwas got a fall on as eiy walk lest

applicatkm'a ,or 'h4' vacancy 1n t1e pae) wier, spi'siglog hoe art and brule.
orps. 13 a;';' s ':I a iaw(a mo 1b0t 10'Jeinhis ke 'The bo day"', be
partnat fra;L. .unrg men In otenty nys. "thwe ereg so ar) rGad @gl I gO
one duervr-nt Pe"4 in '0th U2108 'NSA afra id I no.4 blhavs' wetif I bed, be#
sylvania &an! I ',ifr'mebed th ola g I robbed them Well with Chabertas
est list Thee are but twelve vA Pus .j5. ad after a a IMpp
aim" all gons o b" 4 e.
- -- Frawsale by all dMENgIGt

hew Len. E PearM~ 4p; I

Shere H byqrr ay statm etht 04" 3 iss E. Roiton.
no &@SONee "1 !be Ksas la6whi m s A
amtrew ~t 40 stftem a Ia O I
tot an MW eerage ser o rwe w G sh k CirculiMf
-aWAnd ba A AMM e WU 0

-i-A TeMAo& a .- ol 110-.00
SIf elb Clasm6 1 ...om....

0 sae' ao us te hat old mm
vied raudy. IMr W molm's Scesh.
a g ftn few ebldoIbC SsMWbn
nm sw= esh. m.tsm sh (Iso
--o wS mIWa

rour mtreuaW MMr"

(I"aIismaIs C(,"anB Va ro.

Eveuibh log la5essu Cooked to Order.
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Ofnie lo Mitler Law irehcbrne
UUAirMTi.t.. PLA.

JOHN MNIIRU, Proprtetor.
ellll W. dar at. .JaksovillU. rFa.
FIaut beer, bottle andd raoght. Don't
ail to eall on me when In Jalksoavlle

TAMlA, rlA.




and Return 4.75

Tilkets nn isle November II, IS, 17,
"0, 1, ", 77 and 2, 100. Final 11a1,
of likete lie.mbebr 1. 180.
for full informulloa treardlt te
abuts ort other rati e WIl ol Aalltt
Cu(t ,lie Nagese of *rise
1111S I elesgler Age.nt,
Jmwbvlllt. Il.
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lwu s l' oc g, LuleNasvlfle

Paralse O w"Nting a nd iIshing

TWbowh~l hku Va wsew 9 cs

buu Uses ma m a bMf

MWe v -- ead -Damn WO
or" XMa lvI& Ir v(. I.

Miss Tebeau's

Boarding bd

L2Day Shool
OAISP N IL" 16 son

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beat5 Lift So

111rugham, las1@49 .1#9emphis
SWrIVM, 9 41111lk, ('I dSkmULO
St. lans, bo i mmd an Pool&
kMW Wmd w 1 0e Igb m1rs

0N.110 Vs oegas Ing thougsleepers
from I= "10 k*UPL ~rc~)
OnlyusIme pomtblag t aboso A rsr
Less Fled" Si s lk. b with dining
for WV lIno the w eet.
arm= s t&W o 'en fdVitu.
fm Imfoemties "to roise* toall
aLameso mSolsoI eor gret

W h.9.U.Li LY.LULI
mu wrd s0rl-A M 1-0--_- -

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DR- I, i'E-E i. MORRIS,

Offm e over .Mircu Kn li oi t- l 3 rings

And Solieitor in Equity
Real Eltate, Con veyanuoiinR g l A n-
eral Practioe. All buoinels promptly
attended to. Ofto* Dnext door to un
office. A(IAINNvTIL., Fi.OllOA.


Can sell your city property, (im.
proved anld u.iipliiroed), phoephar,
trusokiR and farming lands. bead him
a lilt of what you offer for sale. 21410

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S. Sol1CII')lt IN IA.\NCKKt Y. .

uAINE ~'SVil.I.I,, Alachuin o, .l.,.
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SA Pew ugleetoens as to Negligme.
Drelsng Jalsete of China Silk-Jap-
anse Crape With Butterflloe-Chan-
Sltilly Lae Veill the Newest Caper.
W Ina seare of a gift for a wo-
aa food of dainty apparl-and, by
oe way, the Creistmas eason is close
pa us--choese one of this season's
Amlang negligees, and It may safely
l amid you'll be certain to pleaue.
S ]ver have I aen so great a variety
ao exquisitely made breakfast jackets,
becoming dreling sacks, practlca).bter
rebes and luxurious lou9gMg gown*,
aM ready to slip i to .wMen the oecasion
eall J9C i Abe' So bewitching indeed
Ia thoy that one Is tempted to pardon
all manner of extravagance. In fact,
some of thbe are feblooed of ma-
terlala equally appFopriate for evenlag
jowns, while ether, quite as effective,
are dellgtftilly simple, their chief
charm lying In their grace of outline
sad an artistic manner of trimming.
There are crepe do chine negllgee. with
lae nlsets throughout, plain and be.
rufled, and others simply edged with
head embroidered scallops. Of course
the real Japanese crepe kimonos are
te handsomest things of the kind to be
An exceedingly picturesque one of
thee was of a soft shade of blue crepe,
"pom which were embroidered gorgeous
butterfly of all alire ad colors, old
with brown tipped wings predominat-
A soft white Japanese crepe was
elaborately adorned with hand am
brelderd storks with oatetretched
wtagi sad a les expensive kimono
was made of a brilliant bhade of crlim
Ma crepe cloth with artistle bucehes
of Japanese heryeantemums scattered
upon it.
A very lovely little dressing sclk,
whkl could be elMlly copied at home,
was of pink albntrose, side plaited
Uipo a tiny yoke back and front, Its
low, round neck and elbow sleeves be-
tag fnlabed with a dainty buttonhole

I I'


1. a

e lladoo Mother.
T trelation of a Ilindoo husband to
% hi wife ls not like a contract sane-
tkoed by the court of justice, but It is
Wa P p'raaet spiritual relation which
bleds two souls together. A wife is re.
garded, therefore, as a true helpmate
Tin the spirttual progress of the soul
life of her hushandl, while a faithful
husband Is considered to be the great-
met bllalng in the earthly and spiritual
career of his wife. When she becomes
a mother she represents divine mother-
5 64 1 hood and bolds a unique posltlon in the

*A Htdoo mother Is actually wor-
bhlped aO a ring goddess by her chll-
dran. The children are taught to obey
their parents Impllcitly and to serve
them lke earthly delties a long aa
they live. To support the parents In
tbitr old age, to look after their wel-
tare sad to fulfill their desires are the
/ 'duties of children In every Hindoo
Shomebold. But a mother is considered
to be "greater than a thousand fa-
>. thers."-Swaml Abbedananda In Good
The ale sad the Misslnmary.
Onee upon a time a great preacher
earn to tbh camp of the Muskogees
and had a powwow with Chief Tume-
ehichee. The great preacher Insisted
l r1146 FuTIJ S 4i r a4 upon leading Chief Tumechichee to the
y 0- Kt coss. ayiag: "It is too bad to have
F bY-d.FlstMdWeWSiSWiCq,.L no religion. I have and to spare. Come
T M e. G R Wh and be a Christian, and, lo, you will
hAr Mor Be Good asom Why be greet In the land. Pray, and the
MACY'S Is the large ot Dry Oooda and D Great Spirit will hear you and grant
peratmet Store In the country. The abore
splendid, seasonable bargain is one r. your prayer. You and your people
son-there ar a hundred thouad ethers shall not want anything." The old
In our Fall and Winter Catalogue. chief listened attentively and an-
Iv nw emy h mbe lingl 1 ntertt swered: "I do not like your religion.
Il 4144 emyr It means leisure, Indepnd-
ence an luktry la thu future throucb the It makes an unworthy man too fa-
exerct e t fystm and intUeniseLo In mlllar with the Great Spirit, and too
spending money now. The can be no much praying may cause one to ask
argument as to the eonomy of buin In for too much. Before you came to
Mew York, the LshopIm neutero e
this oolrtwy, and MACT' Is its largest my camp I and my people believed
and leading store. the Great Spirit would continue to
The Saove Real Natural Gray Squirrel take care of us, as In the past, and
Set we m offering at a prl usually ask- our faith Is still unchanged. We can-
ed for the Imitation. Your money cheor-
tully refuded if you do net and It worth not embrace your religion." So say-
one-third moe than the priea paid. Squir- Ing. the old chief retired to his wig.
rel Is today the meet fashionable fur. At wam.-Enfatila Journal.
this special price every woman can afford
to war RXAL furs. foart or muf iold mp-
aratcly If desired. Scarf, .N. Mutt., 174. No Poison n Chamberlain's Cough
at da .,m ~ .- -s r From Napier (New Zealand) Herald:
DO YOUR BUYING IN NEW YORK Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
New York to ust one year ahoad at New South Wales, Australia, had an
every other city of the United Itate hi analylil made of all the eiolgh medl-
fashions. Why not learn what Now or alysis made of all the oh medi-
s wearing? Our Fall and Winter Cata- !anea that were sold in that market.
losue contains Out of the entire list they found only
500 pages of New York Fashions one that they dealared was entirely
Cloaak, Suits. Furs. Skirts. shirtwalst. i ree from Ill poisons. This exception
and everything needed for men's or wo- was Chamberlain's OouRh Remedy.
men' wear or In the home. If you wish m
to know uW have thi New York Fall made by the Chamberlain Medleine
btyleo--it nteroeted in sevie Moey-- Oompany, Des Moines, Iowa. U. 8. A.
write for our Catalouoe. Cloth 0ound The absence of all narcotics makes this
Copy. Ie Luxe Edition, set for tli. to
pay pstagel, or paper bound oopy sent remedy the latest and best that ean be
absolutely treo. It places the New York had; and is is with a feeling of aeouri-
Market at your disposal-the pleasure of
Now York Styles-New York -al that y mother an give it to her
are yours for the asking. Write for this littleones. Chamberlain'sOough Rem-
ctatalosinu teod%--now. I edy is epeeially recommended by its
If you want our ;wctlal C(hristmas Glfts
('aItlonur. write for It now- the edition t niakers for coughs, colds, croup and
limited Addrtrl Rtoom n1. I whooping cough. This remedy is for
R. H. MACY CO.. NEW YORK sale by all druiltists

bilue 'silk wlvii lisiclumef4l. A.twe ot' (tloiretl
vor iitrry w1itm 1111u 41 tnw titI
ulvidete of rn*te
'Iiiime who' famil-144 for itin moment that

Seprmtllltoe of flvomebhlre.
ITevonshiro Is known to the world
for Its superstltious usatte, whihb defy
all efforts to uproot them. To name
ln Am Pia lla Vhpi i1.mb diff

thI- pollltnrity nf the dl il u t v.il was "us u ."" '-" *.U. .-. I.*-". u .
on fh1w % t'v. ire nev' er moreb,0 badly ll the relatives munt touch the body
,..mt.ken. I. I'n ,rl viHll are more or ty will be haunted by the ghost
tha n etver Ithe rnig thi qea .ol. here of the dead former after. A superatl-
atr. fwf rvripatouNa, how.rer. IMn tel- tion not so local In its oblervance is
arp i rew varlatlouss, however. In tvs-,
nllv 'I.l the. mIotfite f wirlingl tl..! that of Ilanlnnn no task on a tMlay,
notlh-hl.e innlll whl.h in to i tbe IThe writer recently oncount.red a girl
i. row of Ib t It fold art who, rweeivti notice to change from
f..~hi, nl i'h thh.l Itlnhl lultatlon one room to anober on Friday, Insisted
IIMn doiln It on TThursaday Instead.

satlt'h iotoket inl Ink flosi. A o ,ell chnnllllly vel in the present mlde. ul- uhe mot ulos i ntan-o osu pr.
rfeiitre ni I\n the front yoke fai'teiliKgi Ira fahiinallen adopting taupe, the stit' oo to mt with
vlhlail a r.,t Iala of .rto.id wite latil ntew clor',. ianl I darker shade of gray. i atlton--ae th toha Is met rwit much
n acurer hoite than Devon-is surely that
rlibl,,a Ii,.id thrugih fonir lsrg,, silk I(nir rr.... t..ru may have any queslion: which prc scl'b that when. say, a do
('ov,-ro'd rixgi. tih. rililiam li tied till t l,rni'll I rfashlon or fabrice answered,
latigirl til Io Lkit rt rO th ft'l 'h'r b y IM Deverau. etle serabt has brIoke a piece of
I rshl n* i b it. .by s altrei.ling, Ien. Iv. rrekery she to bound by fate to break
fr1,t1 I #ra I' 2* ,0 3 5. MIttint all i utare,' two other plecie. 1o far ia this Id.tt
'.'ll. .1o ,,.t.. brlllk t ji-kt are Nw Tork, in.rwin ra tamp f,.lr reply. carried that the writer kn ow a case
iv. li t,1 ..k I ,I,.,I,,. .Ilh, rtl It tIrifen o where flowerpots are kept for the s;e
Iwl,,w tihe lt 1. ,1.. .%i eti.llitly Man's Unreasonablenes tcial purple of wing tr,,ken to aw
i1,.Ill t,..el l I* IatI H Iu tU. th ou. t io,,ft', a great as woman's. Ihlt iease, tih- fate.-lon on 'htrout-lle
Tl'ls 11h,1l n.i'ldh It n tnt of ri !h Thb... Ai uliti manager If hl Re.|
Ilitk .t o iii .lik riliitl,41 atiiti a dainty
(.atl o' .f t' i.n. ai,, V ineot puhbil.i of I ravn'to.urtlh, lid w ias Slugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
r1 11. e l. > .Iiin .,ii.li.Iedl a tin niit uri.t liso l (.. *h ere r fused to| Yon cannot aeompl.h very mud'l
to:nr., ,i'.-.t 'ithre I ht of ha*dl lliow t.I duitors to, olp'rate on hil if your liver ir loao'ave. as yu feel
eonl, r 'ir.'n ii fr iii thei yoke. t"if ltor female r..lle.'. Ie*tead." he" d i.i your eyes are heasy ard lshiht
anul iit. it tis r miti.tl wit a k ifot sa*, "e t'n roi :o&ld to tv h.reitr I exertion exhausts yoo. Ornao Lazxa
Inc .. rni;tile irawi uip w h ink ritbonl tlltera. MTy wife was ttro < i sik she i ive Fruit lSyrp stimulates te livcr
rui I ',rogl t-.AU.It Ihe a..rt flow cotld hitilyr Iratv her1 b.-d, tnl tvr (5) and bowels nd lmakel ycu feel bright
li,, .... f ull.I tilted ,'d flua phby.eians hail. failed to ri ,e her. ad ve. Ori Laxative Fruit
tI11 i tiae lw.lth I il tu oi. of in After takit g Electric hitter, she wasaod e o n e lu
eeIt , |l|M>|, the- li -Ilk prfectly urd., and an iw perform gr and
t f.etl,:a, it'ue ,lbatrol,. ou was all her blhsehoid dul.,'." H l l w. vry p easesat I s to e. Oriao is more
t I ..I.. ly iranilUe wilt rts oif uar lerd by all drolggetrs Pror ue. l etrive tha pills oraordiIary eatlhr.
r,'r lim tk >'elit ritiakla ei.pllV, a t. tis. Reftlues lshettet . W. Me-
4;r. i, -ii .tnwu theit (.ro>t a nd x A. oA O ree .d I COollea A Co.

4el. g It ly around he the irt 4thel
'd m I '. ; Zc1 Ulit I &Ilk' l I
flg'd tIhe Ml8%I li 419% e
I r \Ironiely %3ol" weathe-- Iac.
at *I I ti ll the winter thft*.to
wo 1.1 li,"s't .Aufwlabl* (for losuig
lug c v 1. sott. pllble Lugleb
(1. lita cnatertal doues IM
.Vllbb ,u.i I- Nty utlhghbtfi to th
110.11% Iinumot0is 'roa guwun' Was
mat' ..f nioe. ray rt orduroy. pkalaLy
ftel i'w'ei t~tikd tied with a silver orw
.ii io.al "4164 ?he gown (oi Opam
at IL. t110& 1 bt Iaim4Sot Chi

pu .Atrll li -At tt. & &i Mat, ntc e:urw
. rne"lou No,.-v' iFara c1titable cMoe-

ldueftMaa I hcie- this4rd ay r cIquWeisb
dwiung Is nr itie4wty. I shall datu a*S
at IIIa t m*."es %W pa debts at b bP iM
evmtraet tag a tter this data IsaDo
Maxim. Wita. I). Ii. tyut. AbbaL
AprU 18 4" Te T 1elad wh we@I PW ft"

gIe. btale ftwtJy evapei nto
Htes mMaxim o t Laom.eR* nd.
lavostor of rspid S. gums oa a

~O e,_d hInsS

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Effective May 28, s9o0.

12 V& dible Train* Et No. S4 NS.

Lv Jaekmonville....So. Ry
Lv Jesup ....... So. y
Lv Savannah..... So. Ry
Ar Columbia...... o. By
Ar Charlotte .....So. Ry
Ar Oreensboro.... So. Ry
Ar Danville......So. Ry
Ar Richmond. .... o. By
ArLynobburg ....Iu. By
Ar Charlotsesville 83. Ry
Ar Washington... .So. Ry
Ar Baltimore...P. R. R.
Ar W. P'del'ia P. ROR.
Ar New York ....P. R. R.

North and West.


9 10a 7 Sp I Lw Ja lonville, Fla.....bo. y i
1140a 1040p Lv Jesup, Ga........... o hy ]'
1 20p 1215a Ar Maoon, Ra...........Bo. 1.
866p M ArAtlants, Ga .......... So. (
1026p 98s ArKo ms,Ga ............o. R'
118r 13Up ArDalton, .Ga..........80o Ity. 5
221a 210p ArOCattanooga, Tenn.. So Ry.
68a 14p aAr ALiaMton, Ky ..... Q. C
T a ArOlaloani. .. ...Q C 7
6 18a tOp L Oma nati. 0....... Big For
9fs 90Op ArObigoIl. ........Big Four 71;
11 80 11 i p Lv Oineiaaa, 0.... Pa LInR
I 4p 2 Ar Obleao, Ill........P Lines ,
4 18p S Lt Omicinasi.O....O. H. ii7

No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex-
press." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jaeason-
rille to New York.
lo. 80-"W' ahinton and Florida
Limited:" Daily Pcllman Drawlbg
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
New York.

Tharwgh 'The Land sf the Sky" No. 80
Lv Jacksonville, Fla. .8. Ry 7 66p
Lv Savannah, Ga........So. Ry 12 15a
Ar Columbia, S. C.......So. Ry 600
Ar Asheville, N. C . o. Ry 1 )p
Ar Hot Springs. N. C ...So. Ry l2 p
Ar Kooxville, Tenn .So. Ky 6 OOp
Ar Looltville....... ... Ky 8 0a
Ar St. Louis........... Ry 4 6p
Ar incinnati. ..Q. C. 8 15a
No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing
Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between
Jaoksonvllle and Cincinnati.

Excellent Dialog Car Service.


A Obeago. I.............Monn 7
JLv Celnenati, o.....C. H. 9-
ArToledo, O ....... .. A D. 5A
Ar Deroit, Miah......... P. MN 7.
Lv Oinelwasti. O....... Pa Lines R
Ar Plsbprg, Pa.......Pa Linep 55
Lv Olalanenat O.0.... .Big Four 9&3
ArOlev.land, O.......Big Four 84
Lv LxaIn o' So..... . Ry.
Ar Lonasville, ty.......8o. Ry. 8kop
Ar St. Lools. Mo........ Bo. Ry
Ar Aniealso, Ala.....So.80 Iy. 94
Ar Birmingham, Ala....Bo. Ry. 11 4
Ar Memphis, Tenn ......Frisco o 5p
ArKans ity, o... .M.Frigen r 4s c
Memphis, Teun.............
Hot tpridgs, Ark.............. 9
No. 18-;*The Florida Lirnitd.
Daily. Solid vestible train, through
day coaches and Pullman Sleeping
Canr. Jaeksonville to Olcinnati
No. 19-Pollman Drawing Room
SleepinO Oar between Jacksonvile,
Birmiingbam, Memphis, Kansas ('ity
and Colorado Sprins.

From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Linm.
ited." 9:00 a. m
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88, "Washington and Florida Ex.
pre." 8:20 p. m.
From Cincinnati. Asheville, eto.-No. 29, "Washinton and Florida I.im.
Cited O:O a. m.
From Oheagn, Cincinnati. Atlanta. te.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited." :85 a. t.
J. C. LUM K, Distriet Paneagr Aget, 10s W. Bay St., Jaemvlie, Fla.
8. H. H.anIwIC, P. T.M. W. H. TAoI. G.P.A. Baoox Moses. A. P.A.
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Florida East Coast Railwsy.

Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sei. ], ,

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Spi D seAe Afeets I1t Vlctiml Onl
Out of Water.
.,Ipc'rs' paralysis," said the second
te, ",proves homeopathy to be
otmiiteopathy says that like cure
e. For instance, If yon have a fevi
e something that produces a feve
d you will recover. Well, divers' pi
lysis backs up this claim.
**Ie disease afflicts the pearl (lliet
Ceoilon and the a-onge divers of th
editerranean. It attacks only th
t men, the ones who go down deep
t and stay longest, and It is sui
I to be caused by the swit
lange from one pressure of water t
other that the diver undergoes whe
pops up to the surface.
"'This paralysis makes the dive
ulte helpless out of water. Yet uutd.
water It disappears altogether. Th
after causes divers' paralysis. TIh
water in a truly homeopathic msanne
kes every vestlge of the disease
"To the oyster beds of Ceylon an
o the sponge asheries of the Mlediter
nean many of the best divers an
rried like Infants. Helpless as loRg
ey lie In a row on the decks in the
sunshine till their turn comes to de
nd 'Then In Ceylon the pearl dive
carried to the boat's edge. lie sits
there, his hands on his knees, as if
lost In thought (he Is getting his
breath,, and suddenly-pop- he roll'
awkwardly into the water. And thi
Instait he disappears all his agility
returns to him, and as easily as a iboy
would dive five feet after a wlitt
stone he divee-over a hundred feet aft
er the hidden pearls.
"With thepralyzed sponge diver It
is the sami story. Only, since he holds-
a heavy stone in his arms to bear him
down to the bottom, be must be car-
rled to the boat's side and dropped
over bodily.
"These paralytics are like flsh-awk-
ward, helpless, flopping hideously
about the deck, but the moment you
toss them overboard away they dart.
quick, graceful, dolphin-like." New
York Herald.

ulesI L14 Dows to Prreerve the
DiWlty ef Their Chamber.
Besides insisting upon all due respect
to themselves the peers suffer no dis-
reslect to the stately gUded chamlwr
in which they are accustomed to aSSt m-
ble. Even when parliament is not In
season none but members are allowed
to be covered there. Not even the eldest
son of any peer may wear his hat in
the room. "Neither is any person to
stay there, nor any attendant on any
nobleman but while he brings in his
lord, and then lie is to retire himself."
In 1708 official notice was taken of
the fact that of late the doorkeepers
have frequently pre Unied to come
within the doors when the house iT sit-
ting, and it was therefore onrered that
for the future this lilrty iw forbid-
den. Another point In which the peers
are scrupulous to preserve their dig
alty la revealed in the standing order
with reference to conferences between
the two house.
It sets forth that "the place of our
meeting with the lower house upon
onifereue Ie usually the painted cham-
ber, were they are commonly before
we come and expect our leisure. We
af to come thither In a whole body
and not some lords scattering before
the rmet which both takes from the
gravity of the lords and besides may
binder the lords from taking their
proper pilaes. We are to sit there
and be covered, but they are not at
any cornnlitte or conference either to
be covered or sit down In our presence
tnleu It be some infirru terin and
that by conlvanece In a corner out of
slbht, to sit. bet eot to be covered."
Altheo b aMtir rescladed, this regn-
latioo Ii Dow practically obsolete.-
Chambest' JorLnal

hiek tr eite Dru 1 -de.
"1r aW s for the copy of a pre-
MIpTUlgb t at thte you buy the mll-
tl," said the dypeptic looking man
'"1a o et t ter drug storm they
wW ~ek 1i IS met to the regular

SSl mi ft timed If yoI do. TIat
ofI" mabtrary I p er ofrasi
4000LDmaxmls are not suppomew
W -G %eaw ts ftrfuraobing a opwy
Ora l ~Is" It r" Will wait a
~ dol .34 hr ft. rnacrOm ~-
&won md s tw K smaccem s
,,,Mau bem at mo rrw. thoy

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US ~ am cmpsmsm foafr
softW" OW Ow mel'at apm.
480hmw wi abmybefy bvlm
lWbm.-pew Tatren

POW* tilme" i Ter.

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Irm -- g34rb l

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~Uuuum ~I b b a p.1w

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RAPID WRITERS. The Cap in the Ler*T Rock
I On tli." way from Land's End. tt
ly Author. Who Did a G;re treat i eftt -tei point of Etnglanii. t
Work la Little TIlu,. oIg;tl t ',,k. jilt ill n frt the ,clf.
l i l it' rapidity of the anuii,,1t writr is i 4 you ha;l\ .ids T-l Tol-Pedin HIil iln
a seien from the great nmiiiiihr ,, wirks att'ly .ire P le road drops to I1
es preparoll iy thtu,, I.ivy. fr i'it:i.iie, g airr:n, there is a little valb. A
er wrote 142. hooks. Among tl In lntiltts. griss i. 1.>.k. with one cotta..'. :
r. I'ir''ro oftini wrote three or fllr iml- tory a.ll 1 'liurch.. This Is ,li'
a- ipfrtanit w irks in a singles yt r.ir if lattr cliurith i if st l.tevin. i tishe rii
Swriher. I r..lollhnon. S,'ott :11 I I: iyr,u of whim lithere. are many hleg,'I,
rq were all rapid writers. H ri.. it is )path is still seen Iby the track ,ft g
je relatol. wrote "The I't-.; ir i t,en er grass that lends out to t 1 ,
ie days. while Scott wroti n \wrk f,,r nlamned nfter him, where I, t'-!:e
p- which hle was paid I,1i"I ill t.ln ns. traditional "chnack-cheeld" child '
I- "Itail and HIls Fritends." I y I lr .,iin ( Ils stole. too. in the churclli\ ird
ft ]lrownl. was written, it 1i s. ; I|. at a of those o inuilllS stones whMhic in i
t) single sitting. wall are thought to be the di:il. ofI
nil The story is told that Ii;in ns11iplye itself. hlironiclers of the h~ile o(
Sorce said to IIlelr. "Sui;..l you last JudlIgent. The Levnn -!'une
r write a hyitmn for the ser\ i tuiior rock ff grinltte. split lu two. it? I
r row Iliorniilit." and tliy thn- \t i Im.iorn and fl'riis growing In the gal, Istv
e ilg th9 liyin known all 4 iriiin.l tile the two halves. The end of th!w v
e world. "l'romit (Ireenlaniiil i.' Miin- will 'comie. says the rhyme, wllre
r taoins." was written, printei;d iand uiisl. galp is wile enough for a pack I
e ll thlt day's missitint iary .r\ice. with ipnniers to pass thrtnzili.
('lialiiiers was once asked haow ,ling it tdo nothing to hasten it." the rc,.tor
1 took t, l'ipreptre a Rermniii i r ilp l- to im reasrsurlngly.-ILondon Standil
'I "'Tlit depends on how long youl
e viant it. If your sermon 1s to Ie Itlutif
. a hour loug. It will take oi thre A S
- days; if it is to be three-.nitflrter. of tun C A STa
hour., it will take two or i'prhiipis one, For Infnt. and Children.
r It If yo r, going to reachh an ioitir. Thr Kibd You Mai Alwas Bo0
s tlleh n thor'. Is not n11-I h o1 <'.asioll to
f think a greit d,,al about it. It may be Bears the
s done in an hour." u'tre
S Samutll .l(olllnsoln would write lit a Sagnatrof
Single sitting the manuscrlpt fI(r forty- .
ei llt priiittd octavo Ipaigt's. Int one Trifles.
i*tork li' wrot ie "Itat'ls s" to Iay fr Wo :rti often reinitded of \~ :it
11 ll I i ehl r's fiinetrlll. sentt It off to tit ('lilllinglyv siili when asked l i I,
Spublislhrs whitliont reading it over and nagu her household, Her r-llyv
Swai ptid l1iis for it "My husband has agreed tihat I
- dt-'l'ded upon all the small qn-tilo
SARCASTIC DEAN SWIFT. I will let him decide the ltrrl" ',i
- As small ones aroee many liilii'
Rule and I)lrectloam For Servants day alnd large ones only it Illter
That lie W'rote. of imoniths. It endeu In her rt,'lni
Thlir. wavs a servant problem when roost."
Ilean Swift was alive just as there is
todiny, aind he died in 174.. In his Mallcela.
tRules and Directions For Servants" Mr MN( et'all -I do wlh I ,,mid
lhe wrote: "When you" hnve brokeii all a godl maid. Mrs. Vandine Y, n ml
yonu*r enarteln veel I*elow stairs, ltitrvhiew inlle. I think slih 1 1he
which is usually done in a week, the lighted to go to you. Mrs. S1 nil
copper liot will do as well. It cat why dou't you keep her? \rs
boil milk. he.at porridge, hold m all t won't stay S. ,ys
lter. Apply it indifferently to all these wuntla ilate where she wv- i la v
uses, .ut never wash or scour it." Anld Anliy dretwse and hats to ti ar
again: "If you want paper to Pinge a Answers.
fowl. tear the first book you nee about If a Inan could have half I. wil
the Louse. 'Wipe your shoes, for want be would double his trouble. I'ranl
of a clout, on the bottom of a curtain
or a dlinauk napkin "In roasting
and boiling," he goes on, "use none but ACUA C
the large coals and save the small onte RLA IIUUUNTIII
for the fires above stairs." Another
touch that might have been written to- A lashus county is t06.4, ) aer
day is the following: "When a Iuttler area, has 248 miles ra road.
cleans the plate leave the whiting 128 p bli c hools, '7 phosp
plainly to be seen In all the chlnks, for plants, 20 saw mill,. 47B,(otXO
fear your lady should not believe you house, fve newspaper., and
bad cleaned It." Once more: "There duees eora, Cotton, rice. in
are several ways of puttlug out a oas, rye, potolor, iineapples
candle. You may run the candle end anOes, peaehi,, pa*nr, plume.
agalnut the wainscot, which puts the cans, and all kinda of vegetal
snuff out Immediately; you may lay It i the County1 L
on the groullnd and tread the snulff out aineiOU i
with your foot: you nmy hold It up-
side down until It Is c own gre'as.' or 'riol itn InItto the wo'ket schools, the Univl ratly of Flor
of ite andilltidl"ik youl miy whirl It privaU sebools three newspa
round lu 'yor lhan.d till it gimwn out." Unlted 8atem land floo, the
_water, fre t alarm syste. elMl
and gpas 1 hle, two tee felso
Rne see Irpl. Irsebhile Ibops three woolt f
Pearl flish.lri,-, of which the world I'I'e, eottoa git, two mitnel fiat
hears little, but which constitute a con- three railroads, two fertillierm
siderable Industry, are carried on at ofactoring sopanole, 03 I1
the Lohla Islands, in the lower end tof manufatory, on. reetifylag
the Red ea. Very few of these parie peatme plant, two bnluks, ad
find their way to European or Amerl- toeked stol emtiiiiIrel l
can markets. Because the local demnad thian in the rommertsial ,ile
almost absorbs the output. Petrl are --- --- - -
the most popular of all gems amoof THE SUN
the Inhabtllant of India and Arabi
and It is seldom that a native womIan
Sany sw.ll portion Is swen without JOB PRINTIN
peari ornament of some kind, Ittber
ager ring. earrings or rns for tl DEPARTM E NT
m Oe, and even the fet

wea. For a 5*ide. Makes a Spclilty of All Kil
At one of the Ix.oloon ollel courts a O p ard Frae
younl hooligan a. beltng tried for Sa Of PlalJ aod Faey
assault on an elderlyy man. T'Ie ma-
I ""ate" notcg csoer Commerc thial
boollgl thougtit he would give him a
little ftthwlly Idvl', sad ramrlfled:
Toang man. I'ni rirlsed at a big. *
trong. heabltby l.,, in lf lllow I:ke yo
lwayl srttnl !ni.J Pri,"lr n Wth. yin,
sea to be slways wont.ug tu aht t

why don't yo ntfa for a sodir?
Itmags e the .II wII b tflu"mia . oF 0 r
the magstralts fare whe the youth
nylk4.o "I a" 00--f- Yor MOW- &WI Business Men,
be *#GAT kIII 1
1%0 Fjob r a"" -
'U-. I Professlonal Men,
-1 Ima be w"imn if i t" 've
you"WaIL t U) :gpv v fo yor Manufactories, EOc
devot" is SA OtIVOIC mal trmr me If
-I, ator A 1, Iane Legal Blansk os Sbhort Ni

'(A I dst doomat )QurF iT$e.P rs-
pIsk O nw'owe ar. -W eho y*. Te a l emum is r Iom o
ww WW at hemeaslesor tOew awl:.4 eem"~ e~p
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Sr;nh 1Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

ren. Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
d tie ington, Baltimore, Phila-

.ne delphia New York.

the Two Elegant Trains Daily.
is a

""" Seaboard Express.
th." Seaboard Mail.

t Only Line Olpratinig

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlona

it For full information and sleeper reservations call on any algiet Seaboard oi
- write A. 0. MACDONELL. S. C, BoYLCrTON. Ja.,
Asit. General Piasswnger Agent, Passanger Agent,


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,,.. Jacksonville and New York,
"e so Calling at CIIARLEI'bON, 8. 0., boh ways.
' f. The uslt SteamlMp ii the CoalIese service

she. Tle Clyde New England and southern Lines
llu'. Diret Service Between JACKSONVII.I.E, BONTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Houthbound................. .... From Lwi' Whar, Busto
"e in Northtbund .................. From Foot of Catherlie es.. Jacheonvilll
. CClvae St. John River ine
court Ietween JACKa ONVILLO arnd tHANroND
iar, 8torping at Palalth, Astor, Bt Fraels, Bereeford (I)elad), and latrk In dlas
, or- Landings ono s. Johns River; oommenolnl Wednesday, November 18U, II,
Are, aipolnoed to sail as follows: lAave Jaeeonville, dailly e*se pt tur-
II days. at 3:0U p, m. Returning, lIsv 4artnford, daily loepl H0indays, at i10as, m.
l ^Iii tfo-. HUHiU LK eac
ridH, ~s Udov. d n esi
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b S :4 pm .. Palt ........ ...... l ve 0
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Iattmn of 66ua Intemt Gath.
erd by Our Reporters.


WId HMa Happened and What is Going
to Happe Told in Short Paragraphs
fl That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Ladiea' sweaters. J. Manuse.
For best hoes go to Mareus Endel's.
Atteaf he sale at New York Raeket
Dry oak and pine wood. J. N. Bone.
Phone 19.
Meey talis at the great sale at New
Terk Baket.
Ladies' calling cards In latest styles
at Son ofie.
Rev. D. B. Strouse is expected in the
oily thls week.
Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to
J. R. Emeron.
The very latest styles in ladies' jack.
ete at J. Manause's.
Good line of shoes at L. J. Bark.
him's, Get the habit.
Dress shirts, dress ties and complete
oatflt. Marous Endel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dell have return.
ed from a visit to Ooala.
Fine Georgia syrup, 60 cents a pal
Ion, at J. L. Orawford's.
Order your Christmas fruit cakes
now. Keystone sBakry. dtf
Overooat for men and boys, the best
at lowest prices, at J. Maesaeo's.
The reeerWbreaktag r als eantlas
thrlLgh Neday at New Yerk Racket.
Jolt received, a large line of new
poul. L. J. Burkhim. Get the habit.
Kirnshbaum sailt are worn by oor.
ret dressers and sold by J. Manse.
B. H. Chase has been in Oeala for
several days the paes week on bail*

"His Majesty, The Devil," at the op*
era house this evenlog by Rev. Sam
OGorge Beae of Rocky Point was
among the vilstors to Oalnesville yea-
The Dormitory. under the manage.
meat of Mrs. Taylor, Is filling up with
whiter visitors.
Waamle-Tea Thousanmd Detlars
Al prepert ee theqsare. Address IL
W., eare ef The Sea.
W. P. Boulware of Orange Heights,
who has been In the city on the grand
jury, returns home today.
W. M. Pepper has returned from
Tampa, where he speit a ceaple of
days on business and pleasure.
J F. Smith did not go to Tampa as
he expected and will make the trip
later. He is at home for a few days.
Four carloads of shells this reason.
aid more to come, is what Ilaird does
with I'. ,. C. and Winchester ammu-
itr K II. Armstrong. eye specialist
Lf Jacksonville, will be at the Brown
oullse on the following datl: I)eom.
ber .'lid and 3rd.
llewmrt-I will pay $5I reward fur
apreheISioli aild conviction iof party
or parti. ntu inntilated my irrigating
|llftn .1ohn1 M r'lhw tllen.
The ladi e ,f the Frtet lipets
Churer will Ilu'0i at the Phurlh Touer
day evw'niiig i 3: o'clock A full at.
tendane i. crTiiestly rlequestcit.
II,'v t o liislh aii n, who le-
turtls on l r ii i lrti i.u lhal r the H re i of
H~t s." aI h'ghly.i-etuaied tie'rman
aid lis l lctlure, ry an(trcialeiT .

Th re m*rre r fe ritil ear heard
in the circuit .oltr on Satuaday morn-
m., and at noon Judig \Wills adjourn-
ed court ull 9 o'cli ,ki in oni Mooi
"How to Make Money iI Sa 'k "
W\rite forr (re cop) aid anriciprtle in
liu pr, ts ef Rrnstern A C(ompany.
Stock tlvkers, 01 llrmadwa) New
Whru In need of any t.orers or
manir. borgine or wagaon. hurlee or
lap rbr eall on Orawford & Davie.
Ther iprilcs always the ti~e and the
II you want yuur shirts. collarscou
and handkere iefs ad all work doee
is 0! e btet manner, ald a the loweet
prie.e eall at the Chileee laundry of
LOe tk, Ky
Art you gtr g to the Fair? You will
hav do a loI of walkIn. so do*'t p
off without a pa t oetomfertae ae
The place to bu \ m lo at L. C.
eahb',. oortL ie bo -

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(rcemert1 *vI. l sad M a s
No eaue ia for ra or paeeae. The amem
only has boee eab ed to eMt eonofuso. as
we oaom fflren to hbve o valtaleb prepre-
slo eOkteod wtl arW ot er).
NADINOLA Is ea.M e money wfl
be rfederus4 & evereem M w is fals
to reTove fro di e 3n. Goyepa-, vl.-
ler dlolon orMakw dkMinlirlrep-
eoi, ,iqle wo-e* In a0. Lrs
to elsr, oftr. kneLsh. asd recter the
beauty of lrota.
Price 0 neate sad .0. sold to easo city
by SU leldlar druratle, or by BmL.
lstionil Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Bold ha Oaiesatille by J. 8. Bodiford
& Co. and J. W. MeOollum & Co.

Finet bhoiery at Mareos Endel's.
Flue line of kid gloves at L. J. Bark-
blm's. Get the habit.
The Clapp shoe fit the feet and have
the wear. Marousl ndel.
Hard wood for el* In car lots. J.
B. Holly, Arredondo, Fli. d9s
Mrs. 8. Ohapip has returned from
a pleasant sojoarn In Tallabassee.
8. H. Benjamin, merebant, of Mles-
nopy w In lbe oity yesterday on buel-

Star Safety Rasers. Try one. We
goarnte satilfaolion or refund your
money. Baird.
Anyone having ity or ooontry prop-
erty for sale may apply to Orr & 8teen-
burg, Gaianeville. Fla.
Hereafter mail will leave this city
via the Seaboard Air Line every Suin-
day morning at 7 o'clock.
Furnished room to rent on bloek ad-
joining square. Uentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at Son office.

Ladies' street hate and caps for
baby cheaper and better than
place n the city at J. Mansare's.


Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
flee, o per dosen, I$ per hundred.
Oash most aconpany order. dawtf
Just Received-A fresh car of flne
Kentucky muler and horse, suitably
forall purposes. Come and look them
over. Crawford & Davis.
If you have property and want to sell
it, see Orr A Steooborg. If you want
to bay, is would pay you to see them
also, as they have some dinrable site.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Coffey enter.
gained a party of lqdy friends at their
home oi Friday oevoing, both sustain.
Inl their excellent reputation as hoot
anid hoetrss.
Nothing gives a person so mueh tone
as neat baiggag. While In town buy
your trunk, suit caes or hand-.etchel
of Mareus Endel. It will help you into
toWd society. Try t,.
We k*-p a good lot of Kentucky
stoek on hand at all times and have a
fve c r eery ineth. When in need
of good stock all on us. We defy
competition. Orawford A Davia

Ci.ARliKr LL, Tai.., June i1OL
Dr K. W. Hall. 81 Louis, Mo.: Deur
Ioetlor-1t is wigh pleasure hat I ree.
ommeod your Teau Wooder for kid-
ney and bladder trouble, a m y wife
and myself have both seed ist ad U.
riereane wos4erdal relief from ite
,e Cma. W. BanT.

"s e ail bhaste of th T*e aWw
d r. Hae u lt Diseovery.l eats

na. Dr. amieba r ll.Ies. namew
gael, -4 ikqueM. eaia i-p.
a*mr. weak and bee baS. ckes-
wm an all "ni-@MIN N I ofe I"k.
nye aud bider 1 tMb msea ad
wome.raso m ~e trmibles is
eaislra. If ma m i= F drlUl0.
wtU beso"bo f aIo reelips of St.
One mall betle i two moaUt' tr s.

ataM d 1- i leis er

The ale at New Yorkt Bket Is the
talk 4l1*e tbw.
For Dl. Wright's underwear tet the
babtlWta eee L. J. Burkhim.
Swealee at prices that make com-
potlsto persplre, at Marous Endel's.
Tbe flret of the Gainesville Fnrni.
ore stores i being touched up with
jerry Welle, proprietor of the Wells
Houie at Worthington Springs, was in
the aty yesterday.
If Fe want something to stand by
leolr bI boy himn a slt of boys'
eItlilbt at J. Manasae'l.
T roid eatehing eold these cool
aillte boe blsketa and eomfortr of
Jo M an lian d sleep warm.
J. 'B. lUhs, petmaster at Bo-
Sbtlk, de a.Mooday. He was well
kno__ ai d repeatedd in that seeion,
Ia 1K the oU1hlaind there i no
pe Hlike Mareos m del's to boy the
latMstlas1 In clothing for boys of all

"Where se you going to boy your
clothilkm Iatisahiag goods, (his win.
rt rr' '**I ave te habit, so will have
to buy from L J. Burkhim "
ladies appreciate quality. They
tell their friends about the Blue Rib.
boo Flavor. That is what has made
Bloue lbbon lemon and vanilla ex-
traai4 famous.
Remember Dr. E. H. Armstrong will
be at the Brown House Detember 2nd
and Ird. If you are suffering from eye
or aeoess troubles have him look
your eae over while here.
When you want a pleasant physi
try Ohamnbrlain's Stomach and Liver

Tableta. They are easy to take and
produce no gripiog or unpleasant ef-
fet. Sold by all druggists.
Adolpbos White, colored, who was
seeused of stealing a watch from John
Ra4nolph, ebony, wa diuhbarged by
Justli Oolman Saturday morning,
owlng to ieoMSelent evidence.
The ldles are kept, busy watching
the barpgais offered by O. W. HBte at
the Big Store. He has something new
in this loae of The Sun, bat there are
other bargains nearly every day.
The barber hope of G. A. 81ngletary,
Grant Player and Ohas. Benson open.
ed uo the tourist trade on Saturday by
ralslog the pries of shaving to 18 eente
for all. Of course a good shave is
worth t$e money.



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The Great



Is still algO oa at the New
York SROu.
The . ale will eontioe
through Moaay. Nov. lMth.
This ih the ppoFteity of the
eona folr oeo to hiy many
arielel d omerseadele at be-
low vaele.
Eerythig as adveiteed,
and 1~o -y by ak tf hoo
iare not moegbly a&i=ld.
Del't fail to auted tIbk
sgrwa sale.


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No. S8 $2.o
Baby Spoon $2.5

(First corner Sooth of P. 0.)
Fameus Continental Cedar Key Obter. Drip Ceiee. W(
vice CUexcelled. Open larly and Late.

Howard soft and stiff hat* are the
headgear of true gentlemen. Mareos
Endel sells them. *T
0 0. Pedriek returned home on Sat- .
lordiy oight from the State Fair. lie
is proud of Alaehna county.
The residenee of Dr. J. H. Oolson on F.
Alaehua avenue. East Gainesville has
Iee" improved by a new roof. This NE
is one of the most desirable pieces of
property in the eity.
Albert Wehlr of North 6;tineiville ON E
desire to thank those who assisted in
the m:r.ti at the anniversary party, aid
and also all who lent their aid to inake WSee oui
the oeaslon sueh a happy event.
Warranty deed and mortgage ,ianks Ps line.
for sale at thl offoe, the form oued in prompUrl as
Alahua county which saves money n
reeordiag. e$ per hundred or 6be p1r GOai
dowe by mail. Cash must accompany a '
order. dawaf .-
Robert Eilli. who Is now 5topoirK at GAnI,
Dunedin, Hlleboroogh couty., in
sending ha W bserfpioa to The S-in.
takes neueaio to state that the orange la
erop t me-svi very fast ad Ihat t Lur- ac
lis are arriving nl large number.
0o-F11Un News rr11 0 Or.4 C.AI t


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