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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 21, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01029
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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L XXII, NO. 245 tiAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK
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BETTER


Government Using its Power
to Crush 0at Strike.


(rRYING TO P IRVENT ANARCHY

The Government Employes Are Being
Warned not to Join the Strikers or
Give Them Sucwor--trike Move-
ment Gets Little Encouragement

St. Petersburg, Nov. 20.-The sud-
dea awakening of the Conservative
and Liberal elements to the impera.
tive necessity for resisting to the ut-
muost the attempt of Radicals and So.
Calis& who are conducted the pri-sent
strike to obtain the upper hand ia~s
galvanized the leaders into action auln
has started a ilaltby movement in fa
Yor of entirely cutting loose troim tii
radical wing. M. Dmitri Shipoff and
Duchkoff and other leaders of various
groups including the constitutional
Democrats, will petition Moscow to as.
sernble the emastvo congress asstm--
blage tbtre to unite all the forccv,
which desire to prevent anarchy in
condemanun the political strike and to
join In supporting the governnmtnt in
its elforts to restore tranquility and
Introduce the new regime. The gov-
ernment is able to ta:.e a firmer stand
because of this reaction In public opin-
Ion.


Count Witte believed that such a re'
Action muat Come but be wisely waite,
nntll public sentiment showed a dispo
Sltio t4*upport the government be
fore nlademtil energetic measuurs. Bi
his dietioom the prferct of police, Gen
eral Dotllin, issued the proclamatlon
yesterday instructing the trades not tc
yield tq the threats of the agitators
end walkisil delegates, who ordered
tnem to close their shops and promise
Ing the tradesmen police and military
protection.
A government no'e was simultane.
ously issued prohlliting gKwcrnnient enim
ployes from participating in ortzanlza
tons actively' oppolling the govern-
ment. It points out that the' ri tric
Lion of political activity on the part i)f
tile government employes is not sub
veralve of their lilteirtlli. but Is imper.
ative to the maintenance of there ,llsii
pllne, calls attention to the fact tnat
In free countries like the I'nlted States.
pernicious pollical actLrity on the part
of the olkals Is inhlbited and re-
calls the fat that less than a fortnight
ago the Preach chamber of deputies
Supported Premier Rourver's deciiato
not to peMlt the political organization
of state aIraatt.
t'Ie aot Is directed particularly
aanaat the attempt to organize la
Mo ow, the solety of post and telh-
rapa employes, the avowed objection
of which s to compel t:e onvocation
of a eslt ra t assembly and whoee
members pledig themselves to donate
60 per at atf their salarieP to the
Strike ftad.
h sT taplap of the posts and tel*
ph5U It H polated out. Would enJana
ge the We f the state ad every m-
PIlTe ebt l the organilatloo rerre'd
SwilMl lmbteay be dilmlised.
The plalYea of the gOvermment ral-
'lre a41 also threatened with Jil
lm N tr1 eeyj the ertkr- .
The t*h l the reste to Ibe airlk
1 a F 1tB101 and the rafBtel of easy
t tias ithe ttoI especially
the am of l red aen at Mo eow
00 atO t a se @ ast It fPtblaadaad the
bI dI whl1t6 llhave broke
d sa--- t o, e elme'a leeJere at
S seem i doo6m tIhe
met imel set to ttrw sad ter-
PUWME at -t s tao d et a arfeat
'a sawadegsterats.
e 0 ew"=Mamat ba taLe the' rK-A
b1 s h f-tr U01 the W-82.

* s taes Is P ge e i were i m

WS W I b7a h @p raW llor th e! ra


I W Wigai NYe Sam -upt atr

ben Ntlp at a e als a d rep
WWe gI I015a" ow-s


from afl c:t;z,cns over '1 yr.i;rs of age
wllhnrlt ':i'linelon of st x. TLiP nr'Pt.
Ing ai.~ r' iolved to tek graph tSec
rotary of Sa'e Linder. a4 St Peters
burz. calling on him to rtsltni Inimedi.
ately.

Excitement Among Naval Forces.
Od ..ia. Nov. 20.--Te recent events
at (rons'a.lt and Vladivostok ha,'e
cause conshidrable exciteenitnl among
thte Riiusiani naal forces at S.Ibasolpal
Tiitst.. however., are not vrry large.
The' tio';: number of sai.ors does not
oXcit'l -I:x tihou and .


BLACKMAIL IS ALLEGED.

Armour Claim Men Tried to Get His
Money Unrawful.
I'i ;,'. ), No 20.- W\\illam n S IMe-
S : t :i ii i iie \\'llilltu ( t'ti C tr, h s itwir lit'r
ill la', ,\ e ar' ltee'l ,'rt' c;iarg J iti tl
a' iiini a. i lc I hl.rkrimall J Otlden Ar
irI i ll o I1 I ',lr i m'1 'ibers f Ai noiur &

I t''' "' ; iinvie tligatiollI u Ipi n 4td ers
A'. i, atI i.W;tl to ,a t 'o sitoui'
l 'ir 1,i !I (i; i (1 il the O llipall)'y.
\MrSl n was 'iii)emplo'd by Arnmour
< ('* 1'i tour y 1! .l.ia it s i itnogritipher
i;' in tiat way hadl acc '.s !o part of
-'lit Il: 1 of the ;pa kinll ceinilpany. Since
;th ritcril Ief ltrust invet stigation wias
,. c~in. it is rtl;irte'l. he has taken t 1
i r. f")IIz thllt fil.i o. if tiv' concern.
'i~ e t'ei'ks aie.it i s saild, hlier
I r< ei.'ti l Mr. Arrnim r arid lthreiti-ine I
i.) tirn tt lo t'r 1 is over to thut fdelrul
au't'or:!i s iunlstti e lit, was pall $40,-
i l M r Arinotir rtfii. l o te I : 1; ,ien1
lo re proposition and ithen M.eSAiiin.
I:' I allt'-ve ini',l s ilulllar drleni;tiaids on
('Ji t ull'ii;as (if tli A it moir company


Nineteen-Year.Old Infant.
Moor, Itown. .1., Novt. 'iv.-- Mtss
Mar:, ; i.ly known to niany p!, lplai
as.-1 06i' "t li 'niieten l \ var olt, inf t.u," ',lia
itiiuir ol!t lof lir latt Infantle 'tHo'e.,
which iastil Ax l nioutls. apparently
IWnr thti worse for her experi.-ncrt On
the oetasmin of tw.) pr'lWous atta;tck
she was Il that condition only a few
wecks. Sh'e Is nil rlg'it now and phi
Kia(lais heelllve the thlrdl attack iIll be
th. Ilit ont'. Durlin tileoie attacks.
wtA i'; lihate ptil'zied lin' phy.sIlcana,
MIl,< ,t; !t Ilis s.ihori n li: itr natural
ii(.tlii.liifi n f a chIlll a few yearn oll

German Minister In Morocco.
Nw york. Nov 20 --A aeh!e dis
p. 'h to ihe' Iferald from Tangler says
"'uinlt 'fat'entirc.a. theh ('rman minas.
re in i tpaniliied hby (yCoun'en Tatten.
bach and ni,'mtlers of the legatlon staff
arrive frr.ni Fez liy tInl Overland
liute. The count and colntesa are
both in tpvrfrct health Dr. Y Icilus.
who arcmiiannlted the (Germano milalom
ai medical advlt*'r, suffered from a se.
rere altark of ftvier during tbhe jour-
ney and i bnew at the Spanimb hospit
al hre.


Wants More Army O'fficeru
Waxhing',m No 2'. 1)--lb.' rarmy is
andt-roffic.re.d' %aya iUtut-nacst (;c@n
cral Adlas It ''ritee' chief of taff. In
I 'fl'?ur( to the secretary of
war. lH e'iYol 'has Owditiona Piots for
the am") ii. e .1 -, an.l in ?inn;#' 0 w*t
it -oud 6.e !n a e'J'I') crippled con
ditlon e'r 17 officers !swnt
on di'8i' I iu'1 4Ioral l hajve'
"thnks Il' I r''w T i(in abcll:i 1 14I4 0t
fil thes er vic-4.r-c:- cta'31- h4 by'ai'a
whirb are p-rri snvW( ;in ctarartr

Charge Ate Moi de Publc
Washl'nacpi S-% :'( 4rrc'lary fbi
&aerte ltot 1) 1 ir r pbsltWCIbe ch!!tgt'e
is4 d *peCiaa'..' .t ACwast Msine' Ne:
Iwether. Jr. Lb .r.;dAlp=aS nbs he
gagod a tsti 'al W ijls 5gut wilb Mid
hpma MrWnt:. Ther were bhrow
charges.mano..,1 i..b5d' .
t of f we-'L a! ofa Ao ti .a r
sav5l w~ULti4 s Iewistl c uct q5,
pvejeadicac' of':jg atti clie.Aa".e.


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EXPLOSION H BOAT


KILLuSI Y THREE'


Torpedo Boat Collides With a

German Cruiser.


CAUSED


014.C TO EXPLODE


Terrible Catastrophe Occurs While the
Ships Were Playing at War-Torpe
do Boat la Sunk and Only a Few of
Its Crew Are Recued.
Kiel, Nov. 0o.-Torpedo I.i' 81H;"
collided last night year Bt it 1 i tie
smai.ll cruisoft Undise. Thl e t(; .. ioat
saink alt ione officer .So n'- atlt'li
art' ll issi gi .
The t.llaster occuirrld .: i to


mi:tin verh in ilel bay.
boat divislIln wiia making a
attack upon the L'ndine
llhided nc r lights lati
ldenl) ije ',l 1i, r s at'rchligl v
tifted iltht helnmainnn of til
hle tourpdo boat 'got unil
dlln cs how alnd was sntrute
cauti'llit the boiler of the "'S.
ploc..
Thit- urldtl nnea of the c.
plain? the great uulibrtr (,!
In b'lhie'ld that all the vil
h1 rn of the crew were kill'
ed. Scve'ral wounded ,'
resc-Ac.
ricllt,,l .
k niinihr of tuo ag d and
with livers nave gone to
th, d:m.ster where the I i
anchliored.
Emperr Willlam, ho I
at iitin for thlie awoaring
aal recrlirl wam iltmei'e! '
of the arellt nt and aflte
train lprlc'ee, edlt'l to the ii
I'g rorinm of the' ra'lway ,a
he or.l'red a detailed rcpo 't


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to him.

GERMANY APPROVES NEW KING.

The election of Norwegians Pleases
'the Kaiser's Empire.
Bern, Nov. 20 -':in election of
Prince (harles. of I, r, ai rk. to !b, kine.
of Norway will r,.' ' > th<, crilIal
support of Germany i ls slte ail) l
ranged that Princr' I ry oef Prii'r l
tipnn t;ie emperror's ,i' ,,ra will pro
rc<*i with the fnlax.h!' Proil. scn f
greet kintglect Not ".'b, I upon hl'
voy re to Norway.
The controversy as 'I who propwI)ie
the candldlacy of Pr n, ('barlei Ix at
tracting some attentilt: In te lerman
press. where it Is ass ed that it twa
due to IFmperor W'11''m'a Initiative
It to offilcally aur' d that while
tbe emperor 1id nai lrope Prince
C('lesr' readldacy. he *tfll tIrefee.lI
to tbh king of Denmark trtal bhis re.
eeat vts t to bipenhag l his full a
rlkeareawiw I Ibe prince's eadldary
whichlle mrswhle ha be sader dis.
etasio.


Hard Chelee fo' Woenus.
New York. Now 1M rI. MartoRan
tamLwO. an Itala Immlgraa, is 40.
tainci st MLis Island while makf tae
choiee twtweva parting pemmy *Or.
ever atS oher taw ebllIdrs as ordr
to ae heyor bme here w" her has
hand. or of gIowor herg h useu a
manr to Itay wlI th, 6646 001
bubad14 a MUnTS'1004 madam A IlVIm
at Twsagplv. 0 T ebi460M MW
ther ast*et or. arirred Wkb uh.
ma &a ISIAeS"W d ld aa ge othee0..
to the 11Is, ismet-Asme. Ne (ha'
the wifs of a O"Iam o4 the valfoo
stated caaw't be dcpot 64. 60 that hu
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WA LZVKL CANAL FAVORED. ATLNTA SICTED

Board o fngIneers Agree to his Mode
o f C o n s t r w iten .e
Ylili c. Nov. 20.-ne boArd oAS EM',A T
consulting yginvers, ot the lathailau N .
canal oomJ aealun today declared itself-
by a large hajoriy lia favor ofa sit&- National Child Labor Committe"
level canal &ad not a lock canal, with
tile gretest care. A trip to the 6th- Invades GtUgia.
nial was tuafit to ualible tbhe membotr
to form a bIwkter Idea of the motichun- URGLNT NEED OF LEOIOLATION
Ib difficultits which had to be cwrn*
sidei'd. They ley that at Least Two Milliou
The nivilbt'ru of the board are men
of terut rutatii in tirl Chldn Art at Work Who u
of work. Friance. Germany adl liul Be In School-Favor Uniformity of
lAndd .1111 S, III their most tflhitiut site Law.
ci*liadtm at thq rt lueot of titl AtA ricau
govtrorwit mn 'Frio Lu'l blitnulMj It N.w York. Nov. 21). it w an
w:tsh uVl'iteh t U14C1 a uaijul' ty of fhlt Utll t'pd IIto Ay ti th AltIl (ll, i;1r.(l.i l
iumlit rj wti in favor (it th e u stiv i v j bt eu etosiu at.i tlit' ,suotit he wn h l. Itil
callal La T.It Polut of Ictw %ac e t11m. t44A of t.Ae'11tiimal utld labor r eaim




ui~vu It it cuml more that% a lock ratuo VV,
Iu w: J o li al v K orie l. Ii::: al' aIII tile 11 1 e i.c N. V'.li it e n thu i'iieth
it e' k i ul t it':.iatcicl) bu of wrtat~r I-11 l 1hralen:i 111-ltAo fot itli" eo tiiitt it lilt'
aii t i it e i:1 i e :,v ia is t i aat) At- a oi iU'l l it o If"iitt ti% lrt '111 1t14. Tao n oeffit
%a lj i to j t 1 11, I le Wet' 44ft 4, j j wIlllite lit i .' (f iDr A. J. NtKe'
i)gli ttarin,ii : .r.t) or fecur cies'I~. ioay. y Aptis'itiu ,ot ove''t'ary of the' national
Oil ItI. Iil l t ea.111 llae1 rc' hi.Vh Iat" a l tot 41i'is liss Io
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1111ilt ill A. I'lli'ltI)PW *(' u iill.aK loli'itrcp Iili ta I ias fin e "n Viewit
slid With no. ilit'.I OL co at, lit-'lk ( li I hel l Iof fil, III g lit Ill 'll tir lct'isilat ton In
a few, Ilotit s ohl i tit thr I rilp t u g th ia Ueetrgia, lit reetl lion i.e to t I iie dehe'tn- lisof

enu'One or r.' tf ,v .n&'ivile'rd avois t'lift ii" ot ito ill aitbr lhing of nalirC'.4'41`1It to
t'XII IItjtl it'll'fIl l t ''i 11? 1 I' of *tf % 11 1. 1 at fliv' lipt hrit. on fi theI#. eoer
"It It lia) he that er m o f ra tit its Iin j gla lgt. lai illtI-
11411 lbee i, c c. .. I tel aca il fnlcfthedle' in tI hel riapoit tile trustee '" also stld-
oiur ll ii t' tl e'..an hit will lake colnsider '"At le-AA( two million childri-fftti
ail l) lietaig r thia Ivi tu ye r InrA ut 4 I rde I let yfarx eof ag e itt the I I'illiee
%te li-t%,'to"sie aloae'jivion it) know. t11A, Sttte'sare c'Iiiryteiyettfor *0543. ii, mos
lol. it tilt-e golitierations toifollow wu whorn o ath tu he In sCheurl (hild
hit%. i lAiir 11,1 .he' it t t i t I an li ti ob pra i 10"r lew ita'k uniformity Il iiffer-
114 ill~ Al.1% 4)f iiaaatili I ll-tllife') a. e t sl.itite a ititu 111i 1)' of themri are'asilly
fitl'Pac tIfic an id in At atithi( 't-t mi ('t',ii c l ui mitai t lit a lielaltutt li ariy





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St~,( '.13. huiiteoi' O .111 ii t 11)' wit [) 'cur pmiI ) tytlimiitit allotij t t Man Who Was Held In Captivity in
Itital haetu'r m Iicy l s li t oes eei l"of I ) f Morocco Tells of Country.
it (r it oaf it* It. owe ha, av, % hae' f!ot 'mos ht emis, Nov P). '1 h Wforee an
el.'A rlro11 it1t ill) VIn KU 11 0i Alo t i ls el 1ko I ce' lt 1.4 1l it e 111 lly "it' ( I Il b ,a ti
IIle
na' ecuub r a ay to 'Jo It" 'I hiv hail. (it) 11041, 1111t uwe)n1u being
cI, e efi tcleI i i' a i c i.t io a i ill fe tip gl~i n p4re eae'd cin the' btitoi l it eellyl otiY d 1v YWI11
otitbf tici' fiteth'r'J-pirt tif the' eoujuds list 1A )e r i e' i le n, of 'I t hf ceNatiouai
Aleit" ri ac*~tae' Previefl'nt iHtoeese'tei (i.'cgi-aphitclaim-ioCIty itjairman cof the
Shi'htall:tl It,, IotitJanuary 1. f It luC tIn o tePLateteon a bsok eraa tooa
.-- urI" t than, whoe vts.*uwrt'nre ax a cap.
Sold Vbote for Ton Doellaes. ste oif toitl Iiriiiaillsar cae near rt '
Now York, Nov. 20- -Alhert r I'arrar ri't9 InI..r ot Iniu intecraaeticiwli compil
seruard t l o illegal V41 l114at New ratlits eleit 5fris the togr rsaphial oi
Vork'. c'4)i-stee Imsyorialty el;itoton. 'Ilylast figltht (M fthe' .tt lfict )Alie
hals c'ientr'.aecd Inin cert thatle "I 'lt en Mpcaking of 1t14 liultan of that
;icrrp to vitotte' from Vttlea. N. V, fie E'eiitry. hbeeoomp.are-oi him with t:r
mAid. tbroug% zhis lawyer. thal he w alt CTOf R1111ia116 OfA M1niAan nulA 10IWtO e
brought to Natu Tent ity to voe t higapeople happy 1111t lacking fil e atn
Rlilpubik~amticket and that a Ilptsi~ie. allatof his ramnvirfuinm. Thee fact sec
an district leader iaoodue ha imIs ability to make aemsitso Negroe
political cirelea s big ~. Ta,, mid have eme gto Intoo .an ttort sl fatot Ito
he was podaid60 bfr hig ael.. m wasp the magm 'lllir f the' gsiirerment, be
rommandod to porlief for smatilesm, *esd "M
mt0agwbile his tti ,m VW e, ro Mr. Poerttrarles aated that Ibthepop*5
seated to Slate Attoft* Seseval tilioog of the rntuufry Is beflses ee u
mayor. a" sevewafm 011i4)s (Iof iue, ie, eepius a'i
- slskeo litraame A W tmWidle 0
arsiesefis ow Nd see"& Ikehe natry Is thibly popuullated.1beer
Walhablgtos. Pilv. Nf-4Ub board of o".will)ci all gin.. epq1341 of ehtfrJM
eorMsnlting agia.'rael't 4 u0 elathee main highways he d..l~red In


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iv, SAM SMALL'S

UNIQUE LECTURE


Delivered at the Opera House on
SLast Sundy Evening.

"HIS MAJESTY, THE DEVIL."

S A Briliant and Forcefnl Account of the
Methods Employed by His Majesty.
A Large and Attentive Audience Was
PreOnst-Frequent Applause.
The audience at the opera hose on
0 Bedpoy evening to hear Rev. Sam
B1181al's famous lecture no "Hip Majes-
S ty, The )evil," overflowed the house
capacity and filled the adjacent hall-
way. It was a cultured and expect-
S tnassemblage, and that it enjoyed
the unique dlkourse of the noted
evaogelist and orator was testified by
frequent applause.
P The speaker was introduced by Rvy.
T. J. Nixon of Kavanaugh Methodist
Church, and entered atonee upou his
discourse. It is a production that
shows the large research and the e,-
tended human experiences of the lce-
turer.
Mr. Small believes in a real D"vil-
.a Great fallen angel of spiritual nature
and powers-who is active In malig-
nant labor for the debauchment of hu.
' vanity. His delineation of how the
Devil came to being and how he oper.
ates to obtain psychic power over hu.
S man spirits for evil purposes is a
thrilling and convincing recital. His
Sanlysis of the philosophy and process.
ss of Satan is an expositioo of scrip.
tual truths that is wonderfully Inter.
setting and has charmed and informed
hondredsof thousands of people all
over this country.
Mr. Small Is a majestic speaker,
with a humor either delicate or broad,
as the occasion requires, and many of
bis most salient views are enforced by
witticisms that are chaste and sprouos.
Those who heard the lecture were
delighted beyond measure and sorry
that the seventy minutes of the ad-
drese were suh short one.
Mr. Small spoke again lesfr evening
at Kavanaugh Methodist Chdreh, sad
will be heard there again tonight/at
7:80 o'clock on "The Three Cardinal
ISin."
His audlenoes are rater than the
S halls and hurches where ho appears.

SAM SMALL WILL LECTURE.
Has Conented to Lecture for Foreign
Missionary Society.
The first meting of the week of
prayer being eoodoeted by the Foreml
S Mislonary Boelety of Kavanaugh
Methodist Ohuroh was held Monday
afternoon, and the program, which
appeared In Sunday's Sun, was very
latereMtin. The audience was quite
large, being made up by members of
the ehureh, the eooletles and others,
ad eooniderable interest was mdali
ef-fed.
There will be no program for this at.
trenooa, the ladles having prevailed
oa Rev, Iam Small, who lectured at
the opera houw on Sunday evening, to
deliver a lecture instead, and he has
o eoastd to do so. Mr. Small spent
two yloasin oaba, belong in the om.
ploy of the government, ad during
that time had the opportality to be.
ome acquainted with tha eodltloun
esd ed of almlonary work oh the
Island, and while the leetuir will roI
be what might be termed a stritlyl
Missonary dlieoure, it will eoatala a
great deal of Iatruetire and Intwrest
laD laformation along that line.
The meeting will be opened at 1<80
c'eleah and all are eordially Invited to
attend.
Ta. Notice.
We will meet the tat.payr. at the
following named place on the date
set oppouite:
Arsher-Wedneeday, l Iember IS.
Nowbrry--Thursday and rFriday,
December 14 and 16.
Tvestoe-altarday. Deqenuber 18
Doonlr-Moeday. Dteoembr I1


Bell-T-ulday ad d Wedanday. 1.
member 19 and a)
Willeford-Thareday, LDeember 21.
Wade--riday, Deember 32
Pysprty ownrm will plee take ad.
vaage of shero appolutmouet. theu
avlg themselves and as troasle ad
epeaoae. Very re ptatlly.
W. D. PDairson. Tax Oole0ttr.
W. W. 'oteos. Tax Assvesor

Seaboa Pter Cars.
The tONebt d Air Line operate buf.
fet parlor eae b4we a Waldo and
'Tmps on t ea ivrir Waldo that
season with the mamsiag smal fr
OatnesvUle.


DISFIGURED

WITH ECZEMA

Under Physicians JFve
Months. Went tram
Bad to Worse.

CURED BY OUTICURA

WondorfI Chap li, O0 1igt.
In a UnlF hue Was
Clue as Ever.
"Iwas troubled with eczema on the
face for five months, during which
time I was in the care of physidaus.
My face was in such a condition that
I could not go out. It was going
from bad to worse and I gave u all
hope, when a friend of mine hily
first night after I washed my face
Cuticnra Soap and used Cuticura
Ointment and Cuticura Resovent it
changed wonderfully, and continuing
the treatment it removed all scales
and scabs. From that day I was able
to go out, and in a month my face
was as clean as ever."
THOMAS J. 80TH, 317 8tagg St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


THE AGONIZING
Itching and Burning of the Skin
As In ecsem; the frightful calling, as
in poriaais; the low of hair and crust-
ing of scp, as in called head; the
facial dsIgu recent, as in pimples
and ringworm; the awful suffering of
infaste, and anxiety of workout par.
cents, as is milk crust, tcttea and salt
rheum--all demand a remedy of al-
most superhuman virtues to success-
fully cope with them. That Cfticura
Soap Ointment, and Pills are such
stands proven beyond all doubt. The
purity and sweetness, the power to
alord immediate relief, the certainty
of speedy and permanent cure, the
absolte safety and great economy
have made them the standard skin
lures of the civilied world. Abso-
lately pure.
be d tttiM-i. a wSrio>. >i ILM, e.
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LECTURE ON MARTIN LUTHER. and active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and
Delivered by Rev. F. A. HI4thausen at very please to take. Orino Is more
the Presbyterian Church. ffletive tbha pills or ordinary eathar.
ties. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Me-
The le*sore on "Dr. Martin Luther, Collum & Co.
the Hero of Heroes." delivered at the
Firt Presbyerian Ohuroh last unday Rounding Up British Soldiers.
eraning by the Rev. F. A Holrshausen. New York. Nov. 20.--The Immisa.
wa attentively listened to by a large tion o ecals have been asked to co-
eongreation. operate with Sir Percy Banderson. and
Mr. Hulishauson believes that there the pollee la rounding up the. sailors
is great need in our times of the Goo* of Prince Louls' squadron who are
pal as interpreted and illustrated by overstaying leave. CommiMsioner Ma.
reformation history. He considersth ebern has ordered his inspectors te
greas relialous revival of the sixteenth seise a Britisher wherever they ns
oeatury one of three freat epohso of one and take hit to Dlll Island. where
the Oharob, raking is with Isrsal's do. he will be held subject to deportation
liveraee from Egyptlan botagte and or detention for Prince Louis. Tbere
the advet of Jeus Ohrist. We en are said to be more than 100 enlisted
rightly understand and appreciate the men missing fom the ix cruisers. The
bleseio epportuitles and lanstitu. fleet i schaedtd to sail for Olbraltar
tons of the modern world only by at ) o'clock Slday oring. It Is poe
knowing these Ies raised and settled sible, however, that the coaling will
by the reformston. Bot be omploed I Utime to permit sail.
Martin Luther was ,t forth as the Ing at that bou.
ehaif embodiment and foremost obam- e
pioa of this irt movement. Afr The Exact Thkg Rowqoird for C
mentolonIg the feets of the reformer's stoati.
ebldhood and youth, of his conver- "As a ertali purgative sad stomaeb
elon, deep religious experience and a-. primer Chambertlan's 8tomub aod
tramn ito the priesthood, the lesotr-n ver Tablets em to be toh exeast i
or led his audicnee into Lother's great required, strirg woesa tfor the most
work. robues, yet mild Moegh and safe for
Beginning with the posting of the children and without that terrible
tbhei against indulgence and contain. griplng so cesomn to meot pen -
oula in the dneriptlon of Luther's stlve."ay R. W*mtsor&Oo.,Udorn
oostroveries, his bold aes of deaaee Ontario. Canada. f reale by all drug
ef thedreded power of oo eommunal.5 gis
eationa to he public burning of theb ew Killtd at tea.
papal bull ; of his eoalles with th*e *- New York, NO1. 3.-VItaeaso Gow
eloeastieal and elvil authorities, be dtaao. a Iaer o th stemshp Ko
diMan. a saller ronthe @staUspKco
show how the great prineiples of Joe. algat Luise. whio docked yesterday,
tiaStlon by faith of the sole authority Iell from she C(ww's Nest oa Wedanea
of the Bible In all religion s matters dy aaJ was kill. He was bred at
sad of the liberty of eoeleienee frs m The ship as stoWged ad al-
all huoan domination were uoab-li- though It was vtatalag ard. many of
ed. And the leature euoeloded with aa the pasengers so d btheabaded hile
appeal to hold fast ad work out more BI iop jUurd. of a Pklraetwo,
fully the bkleoing of the reformatioe. I rJ the burial servIce ad ve mer
Mr. Holtastaees s full of nlpir*. bers of the Melan Orand Opra coM
tie aI his thoee and speak with all pay, who arme ca tr way to Mexieo.
the eotvietloe and eamrnese of -a" an a requi le Afte tiho rytle
who believes that e hhas a Umth e arfbhlia, ttL u a Cfeoaktelie r
from .od de deliver to hbis fliowm o*.
Or Or o's wate saa U illrn,
To Ou r o inOne Day Onwo lie to il
Take LAXAJIVK BRONO Quialoe
T oles Dmrletse re fd money if It o h Onlnd td S s tM A ia m
falis to get*. I.W roves s atare as a low t bII 0 I M
lasse meb ben. Ans411110 bum 9Wa m dftV1K


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AN .LAORATE RECEPTION.
At Wtlch One of Gainesvllie's Young
Ladles Was Guest of Honor.
The TampsTribune of 81inday has
the following in its social l Event" de-
part-e t:
"Thisatk, which has been so de-
lightfulogay for the society prowd,
was brr hbt to a charming close yes-
terday afternoon by a reception given
by Mrs. M. Wooldridge, compliment-
ary to MdIs Lucile Coleloogh of
naisevIlUl and Mrs. G. Young MeRee
of Valdoeta, a. The door wa opened
by Master Edward Valentine and the
guest Wit in the hall by Mrs. Woold-
ridge and Mrs. Peter O. Knight. In
the receiving lipe stood Miss Woold-
ridge, Mis Oolecough and three of last
Jone's lovely brides, Mrs. MeRee,
Mrs. Hooter Henderson and Mrs. B.
Alnsworth. Assisting with their
graeiooneN and charm of manner to
entertil the callers were Mises
Fannie Ball, Mary Lee Douglass, Mary
Ormeas and Helen Warner. In the din.
log room a delicious salad coone was
served by Mesdames A. A. Marines,
Melville Gibbosne Monroe Fleming, W.
Valentine, Sanford Allen and Y. R.
Boasely. In the cozy red punch room
Mises ,ila Oarnes and Eleanor Mur-
doch presided over a bowl of refresh-
log beverage. This is the first occasion
ait friends have been entertained in
Mrs. Wooldridge's charming new home
and the reception suite was bright and
atracslive with vases of American
sbatles, and for threshours the walls
responded with the lively exobange of
arrtling,'and the conversation of the
numbers of visitors. Miss Oolelough
is oneof Gaineaville's most popular so-
lety girls and will be one of 'Tampa's
most attraetire guests during the Fair.
Mrs. MoRe. has hosts of friends
here, who wish only for her happiness,
ard selfishly regret that circumstances
have soased her to change her home
from Tampa to Valdosta."
81ugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
Y oeannot aooomplish very moeh
if yor liver is inactive, as you feel
dull, your eyes are heavy and slight
exertion esbausts you. Orino Laxa-
tive Prout Syrup stimulates the liver
and bowels sad makes you feel -bright


Renders rehaable services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the 8tate of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.

SPECIALTIEN: Abstracts of Title; Tax Sale Searches;
Agents for Non-Residest Land Owners; Plats of Countli%,
TowU, Etc.

References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
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THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP PF_ RIDA.
Time Table ton efet September N, 1
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No. M .LI I .
Daly D&4I. "TATIONS. Ro.1. Mesa


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the Investor.


H lrTHE TERROR
.U 3OF WINTER"
..-utiwomeinJ Pllhein of the mold and danm
nsees a, other chlu ed 4 The Oesional tw1i,-
of the disr e that ac fet titr S lW '"FMl amZ changed to 1,1tre.
ing patethe muscles besmne faa ed a sw.lle, the nerves get rsor
exci-td boW achen, q I'. tseor .of winter, takes p' "
slon of ~e system. Then tWsuBCrer S r b the liniment botti, th
woolen clothes, the favorite plaster or some home remedy, in an effort t(o et
relief. BDt Rheumatism is not a trouble that san be rubbed away or ra
out with a plaster; these thins relieve theai theinflam I .
but do not reach the real cause of the trouble,, and at the next exposure ani.
other attack comes on. Rheumatism is caused by a sour, acid condition of
the blood. The refuse matter and bodily impurities which should be car ried
of through the channels of nature have beeu left in the system becau e of
indigestion, weak kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition f
the system. These impurities sour and form uric acid, which is absorl~(e b
the blood and distributed to the diftrent muscles, joints, nerves and L,.
causing the painful symptoms of Rhleumatisra. S.S. S. goes to the root o
S the trouble and cure Rheumatism by cleah ning
the blood. It neutralizes the acids and flt;r,
them out of the circulation and sends a stream of
s Is pure, rich blood to all parts of the body. Then
*SiO the pains cease, the inflammation subsides, the
PURELY VEGETABLE. nevM are quieted every symptom of the disease
passes away, and the cure is permanent. S. S.
is purely vegetable and does not injure the system as do those medicines con.
taming Potash and other minerals. Book ao Rheumatism and medical adv ic
without charge. IT JWFT M M 00W ~ A1LAN TA, GA.



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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESV[LLE. FLORIDA, NOV BER 21, 1905


CCESSFI .TIGE

RAID YESTERDAY

Six Men Brought Up and Proven
to be the Beal Thing.

ALL OF THEM FOUND GUILTY

gryant is Found Guilty of Cattle Steal-
ing-The Holoway-Sheats Libel
Suit is on the Calendar for Tuesday.
Business is 9Glng Rushed.


The circuit eourt convened at 9 a
m Monday, Jodge Wills presiding
The jury for the week is as follows:
John Oiteen, W. A. Hudson, M. E
rsaknight, 0. A. Bryan, J. T. Rich-
ard, R. C. Philpot, D. J. Roland, F. T.
Baker, J. M. Manning, M. E. Jolly, J.
B Dell, T. H.OatO.
There were a number of cues for il-
legal selling ot intoxicating drinks dis-
posed of and the following were convic-
ted: John Shedd, Jerry Carter, Dan
Edwards, Will Brown, Judge Knight
and John Holmes.
Amaziah Bryant was tried on two
different charge for stealing cattle
and coniaited in both cases.
It is possible that the Holloway-
Sheats case may come on for trial to-
day, although it may be settled out
of court.
The smlon of the court is proving a
rapid one and the eases are disposed
of with moh dispatch. The court room
was well-filled with spectators in the
afternoon.
When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per-
manent osre.
You wast a remedy that will relieve
the lunp and keep expectoration easy.
You wet a remedy that will coon-
tersamtay tendeaey toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and aft to take.
Obhamberlin's Oeugh Remedy meets
all of the requirements and for the
speedy and permanent care of bad
colds steady without a peer. For sale
by all drggists.
CapL J. N. Strobhar.
A dipatoh from Ottawa, Ont.,
stat that James N. Strobhar, former
Joilatag tof the Atlantie outa Line
and Florida &oethern railways in this
city, had been arrested as Montreal,
P. Q, on the charge of appropriating
$7,500 of the fonds of the companies.
The editors. after examining the
books, claim that the shortage will
amoost to $0,000. He was bonded in
the Amerlea Surety Company of New
'York, which caused his arrest.
It Isrported here that the warrants
were nwor out in Georgia, where it is
oasdtaad all the ehesks are said to
haee bMhed.
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ISFS tl -FOR YEARS

And Was DeOo red for Seven Years,
iPBut lr Had to Take 0. F. P.
(Qsseg's female Panacea) in Order
to be Ourd.


Th celebrated female remedy is the
nly o m the market sold under ae
hoems, eimalg-forward mooey-baek
guImat We have in our fles hau-
ddre of testimoal letters from for-
amer ens who have been oared of
even te ast salignaot eases of pro
l aO-, whites, sM t, supprened or
pie ti mdoS-r tioa aebes, pains and
ala-m di-eased org-as We guar-
atee I oS ily e p It rord of eoree.
hbnwol th t i will eare you aleo. Yoo
arelw*arP plested by our money-
bikel r. Ty it ast oe.
"Uy wie w es k for even years.
a-rag frwem the haage of life 1We
ted evoeryt h n we oold get from
deler al pai ed t a o sederable
lM trtaMtmei- without any fodl
rweil. WOthebes ueiagG P
(Gntk Femalte fPease) and t did
Ugm0dwtaeelmcbs we had U2d
ed9 hr fe lane fral ever plowed
/ Ive LMM. Is la MW.m I"re ran,
Obf IYW jW W Vrf .., pV.4
Sthe mmehei. J. 0 BoaiuS.
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Drug st W M. Johnson Tells the Peo-
p'e Quickest Meant to Cur- It.

\.,. I ,o'l, d* y jIIV i i hi F .. I i,-.
t;,n, \ 'h r 1 4 g(lo> f, r tr t.itis. ,"
,lr ,Joilih on. ouir well knuwn rirIctiit,
ainiwI r'd(: 'For year- (old-fa-hioned
cod liver oil ha been ki.nwnu to poises,
the most remiarkablp euratvti and
healing properties for throat, hron-
chiil and lutin troubles of anything
known to medicine, but ,on arounnt of
the (rtos-F which enveloped its cora-
tive principle. it haq been imlpoasible
for many people to take enough of it
into their systems to combat a thor.
oughly settled disease without clog-
ging the syBtem and upsettilng the
stomach
"Now, however," continued Mr.
Johnson, "we have Vinol, which con-
tains in a highly concentrated form all
of the medicinal curative elements of
cod liver oil actually taken from fresh
cods' livers, without a drop of oil or
grease to upset the stomach and retard
its work, and physicians agree that it
is the greatest curefor all throat, bron-
chial and lung troubles known to med-
icine.
"Miss .nna Ray write us that after
suffering for five years with bronchi-
tis, and trying all kinds of medicines
without relief, Vinol roared her, and
we have hundreds of just such letters.
"We wish every person suffering from
chronic colds, coughs, bronchitis, and
every aged, weak or convalescent per-
son who needs a healing, strength.
creating and blood-making tonic would
try Vinol on our guarantee to return
the purchase money if it feill." W. M.
Johnson, Drugoist.

MELROSE MATTERS.


New Arrivals-Orange Shipment and
Building News-Wedilng.
Melrose, November 20.-The first
carload of oranges from the well
known Maxwell grove was shipped
Saturday.
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are Mia R. Marshall, Pitta-
burg, Pa., and H, Brooks of Philadel.
phia. Pa. Other newly arrived winter
visitors are N. Orr, Mrs. A. Treadwell.
of Hobokuo, N. J., and W. Dunbtrof
Reynold's Bridge, Oon.
The groaod is being prepared for two
new houses on Grove street to be boilt
by Mrs. A. Fickle aid Thos. Weath.
ersbee.
Dlr. MoRa ha moved to the Webb
cottage on Center street.
F. 8. Carrier and Mis Nera Mullin
left Thursday for Tamps.
Services will be held in Trinity
church on December 10th, at the usoal
hour, by Rev. L. E. Goodwio of Starke.
W H. MeMillian of Demoreet, Os,
has bought o interest in the Melrose
Manofaeturing Company, and expects
to move his family here shortly
The Melrose navy is feeling very
proud of it very handsome new addi*
tion by the arrival of H. W. Hamlyta'
fnle motor launch. "Effe." from the
Michigan Steel Bost Company. D.
roit, Mich. The boat Io a perfect
beauty and is the largest lausoeb o
the lake, measuring 17 feet by 6% fet
beam. 8be is equ ped with a 4%
horse power engine and goarasied to
run 10 koots p.r hoer. A eiaopy to
affords protrction from the weather.
With the large naval jack and loag pe.
giant flying the "'l:e" presents a m04t
beautiful sight on the lake aod will
aford a gresa deal of pleasure to her
owner and fr,.nds
A T Hinsut anrd Mis E. A Taylor
were married i .v undaty afterilole by
H voon NoeIky juster of he poee.

Ceonratulatee Resowue Werkmes
Pittluur It' Nov )O The imUlt
tee on re* ., ias ana4e Its hlal re
port at 1*%* r n1 "MIt *ialoni f th4
AJmerlran tI, *" O ,of IabIrW o
vntk) a .- ::!P e'eadlnl he
beamiftt ofm.': y 'o Aomrteas :aboe
to the aeri ort r Rjrsea aed roe
gratulatlr :La Rl*l wore ane I
the nw c ds *- 'r -*,t ak. wasr
adop04l A r-**0, tos was adopted
appropofrts'l r tl'L. S 0 'IJ rthta we
ame laaary ',r frs oa Try. X. T.


C sTbo* ps G ese. f J
F~~lemis ar atlol~i1; aipmiwble if

CS Af lw? sad kadef i in.lslsi
hoav ge.si fr i seleese- 0-6mpa.

MM66 M $ ad a a & M ab ned#"
s~rseinilll tbr~,; iswl a 'es
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NEWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

(', .T I ; Lambeth, who r i l aill
fro!i .\i:A itl wasi in thee it i ,, *r "0-.
On s r -r, niiz old friends at '. :, tn .r
Ii~i ,


Ml .liuid,'e MoMurray o
arriv'd here' M)nday and wi
f-w dnay with her iaster, NIr.
Perry.


Z~ia4rktc
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SBackache,


"The Blues"


Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement fn
Women-Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief.
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Warranty deed and mortni::,. ,hinki ;
for sale at this oice, the form ar-d in
Alachus county whioh sav.r mo.Init-y iIn
recording. $2 per hundred or Sic prr
dozen by mail. Cash must a cIompany
order. dawtt
"Say, Merchant & Co is the grann-
lated sugar you are offering :'t pounds
for $1 good, pure sugar?" ',li irely
yes, and more than that, you get 18
ounces to the pound. Call--uy-pay
-and be convinced. G. S Merchant
& Company.
The Atlantic Ooat Line off,,'r a rate.
Gainesville to Tampa and return, ae-
count Florida Stte Fair, of $1 75, tick-
ets on sale from the 18th, goodl to re-
turn after the fair. Train:' leaved
Gaineeville a 12:16 p. m., daily. See
J. A. Goodwin, ticket agent. for psr-
ticulm.
We are In a position to fuirisih tirst-
class bean, coke and lettu, e hampers,
alio cabbage and oanatloupe ora'tte
promptly at reasonable iri lr, aind
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or
8. A. L. railroads. Willi'ion Mlano-
featuring Co., Willilton, Fla. dawtf.
The books awarded to Kirby Smith
Chapter, U. D. 0., Is the Library oon.
teet have been disposed of as the Chap-
tvt bad intended, provided they won.
The High Sehool cet the line collee-
sioo of books of referlae while the
Hospital has the work of flotion. The
ladiee "toted fair" la the contest ad
they have most worthily bestowed the
prise won through their persistent ef-
forts.
3Bpenrlteodeat Kelley Is trying
to perfect negotiations to secure a
low rate for the Oainesville and
Alaehaoooosty tehbers, so they sen
all visit the sate Fair. lie feels high-
ly pleased with the ooanty exhibit at
the State Fair mad Is quite eonident he
eould take first price on having the
bestlooking lot of teachers at the
Fair. Thereare many who also have
codadene Is hb judgment.
O cmoount of the manual meeting
of the SOuthern Edueatioal Assoel-
atlal, whisk meets at Nashill*, Ten .
November 21-.6 the Atlantie Coast
Lme Ballway has arraagud to sell
tickets at oae flrt-elass fare plus
tweatyl.ve sents for the round trip
These tiehete will be on sale Nuvember
2tbh sad flat; final limit of same
will be November lOth. For full in-
formatoo or sleeping ar reservations
me Atlsatis Oouet lIe aeaots or write
Frank C. Borllto., Distriet Passenger
Agent, Jatsoeville,. Florida.
Neuralgia Pains.
Rheomatirm, lombago and slatk*
paias yield to the penetratlng Lnao-
ee of Ballard's Snow Ulsmest. It
peaMwts to the ,erve ad boase,
ad belng absorbed lite the blood it
bes1leg properties are eoveyled to *v.
ory par of the body aid etwt ome
woedertll eores. e, alad $1. Sold
y W. JM. J esoo.


Fourth Florida Regiment at Tampa.
L M. Oraham f Conner and it.
F Smith of Ox'ord, surviving m*em
bers of the Fourth Florid t H -lguiult.
urgently request that all members of
that realment who esn possible do dso
will mee* at a rmp oa the 2hth fr this
month for the purpose, of having a re.
uiloa. We hope the wishes of these
veterans will b complied with and
that a large meeting of that regiment
will be had on that day
Herb W. ldwards Injured.
Hlerb W. Edwards of Doe Molae,
Iowa. got a fall on an l1 walk leet
writer, spralatel his wriet sad brues.
Ieg bis kaees. "The meot day." be
says, "they were so sore a&d till I was
afraid I would have t(a L bed bet
I robbed them well with Obshaberla's
Pats ba I and after a few applesa-
tione all seo ee bad diesppeard.
For esle by lII drwabs.


Oty DireClortFor Sale.
We have a number of ope e
Baerts' OJl Diretory for "8te 0) The
Mua oaes. It Is a handy -refro
book for buiaeee sod profsnOslA
meo, diving the smee. of reldelte,
with street sad nusomber. Pre, $I.
S. -2 -j. -.. -
MAX KRA U8 ,
flprweassu(

LA. WEIL & CO
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of All learipte


S ole Aensfeor IO ICI 51 1ItlSM I
RIll QUL UTT SIe. en.
pair war uted,.

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Ie a liii4 one andI head the jweIsHMio)E to our Big Sale.


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MJn wlarane C otPety

How often dowe bear womenaay: "It D Mrs. Pitnkblm:-
seemsma though my back would break," Ifel it ny duty t tell all sttrln. wane
or "Ikon't peak to me, I am all out of ti tow rele n kae youtt in l.yd iaI Ph&
hamV Vegrw Oomnsund. Wbhen I e
sort?" TheerslgniltcMnt marks prove nm tkn the compound d I ffed
that the ahtem requires attention. evvrvthln with backache, bhdacohe, m*
Ilackache and the blues" are direct tnui iairJovrian troub1b. 1 alun compiDt
svmiptons of an Inward trouble which ly curl antd )njy the bst of health, ad I
will mxoner or later declare itself. It oweltallto you.
may be caused by diseased kknnctv or When women are troubled with Irreg
some uterine derangement. Nature ular, ispprvesed or painful menstrus-
require ajmAsiNtancme ad at once, sand tion, weakness, leucurrhao displas-
Lydia "b Pinkham's Vegetable Co(u- meat or uletration of the womb, that
pound instantly ancrrts Ita curative Iwaring down feeling, iaflammatio of
power in all tlose peculiarailments of the ovaries, tbokache bloaUn (or
wonteq. It has been the standby of fatulenee), gIneral debUlt lt, I ad
Intelligent Amorican women for twenty tio anud nervous proetratUon, or a we
years, anti the ablet specialists agree wt with such symptomea dil inD e
that it is the most untverally success- faintnes, lassitude, e*xtablUty, trWil
ful remedy for womn'a Uls known to blllty. nervousness. alwoplesei, UM*
mledcine. andholy, "all gonr" and wam-tO-be
The following letters from Mr. left.alone" folings blue iand hogiea
Bolmes aind Mr. Cotrely are amonl nes, they should remember thArelo
the many thousands which Mrs. Pink- tried andtrue rvemdy. Lydia PhlaP
ham has reoejved thisyear from those ham's Vegetable Cmupound at onoe fr
whom ahe has relieve. moves such trouble
surely such testimony is oorinvinla No other amedicke l the world has
MrsJ.C. Holme, of Larilren, Northeceived uc w ro ld U -
Dakota, writes: Bed endoremaeL o other medl0o
Dear Mrs Pbr em- h as uk a record ofurs of ferm.
"I haves aned erythlg wtth bebtah timoubles. Retaue to buy say eubetitat.
aMd womb ruble-I l4 the trouble run on
anti my s wAme aaYWomlrA FIREB ADVICE TO WOMNI.
I was = 6 be &ban% a md tA ITh-- I
commcd t dL IS PlanbM weVq IsRememrber, yr woma I ore
thble ^Comps. IfI hd on* a bw Invited to wri to Mrs. Plink"
b--- r m hofe --e, u m r-o there sto ayti .about e=a
wmkes trwftse med am won d stress. she doe not ,made u .
My khrd drea l- aepU ro and ham's address to Ya w he
I rsfler BO pa-ain ps-rte. advias Is frM ee d h r*Clly givel to
where before I tooeatckIe B. PI a every ailing woman who Masks fr I
Veptabe ClasmpMua I relaesspiial." oer adviema d medi4ae hame rtotl
Mrs. Emml Cotely, 10 East 11th to health more tha one hubaed tnhe
stret, New York City, writes: sand women.
AM ira. IOM k Ad- kil I-Afv-As Wm O
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:- o., THE BUCKMAN BILL. Fas whleh has won freedom
S- fr i thli Osar, has an area of 142,000
If there wak ever a measure ofwhtih sqaMne he ans d a population of
^BPW_______' it can he truthfnily said that it was a,70AM .lnland was under Swedish
4 a to red as tIm 00m inateeVme.yi.ma "e.use d" and diseurd itis the Bot rele foV years. By the treaty of
j'.. 0 mata .i w. man bill. Againo t is retreigtIt e t- *Prederiabhemn in 1809 the country
CBU ^^ --- '*'-* '"" mentionn of tie State preas a eams Ua r toE Russia, but it retained it;
S. CAAT...t... t endblh r, ifts soeo o n y will QW *$ of homr. rule until in 189P
\ Iw. Afst ...........- AwMn.a Ftbr. be to d whi the' sar began his policy of re-
SJ B.W ................ city itor. The R.eord was opposed to the pa preiatoo. Ttae leading export for years
pa ge of the bill when It-0 fBe5 before the haa been lumber. In 1900 the value of
.OWS J UaMVUBY. t.en I TravelUn Airsen Legislature as a rtdU tes u.re. The thi~ exos was $22J.80,000 The prp-
.' X M rT..... .uPt. Com rMI conditions of Florida's educational f-* ulailon is overwhelmingly Lutheran in
.M.PlWrrr.....supt. CopohtRoom. citiess were not known to o t tb t ha relig____
OPPICE: PoKT ikR .llIC. time and this .per was in other
4% W. Matin street. s. .'* rLkP1t.o-w 44 hands. Reg. 8"e mall says that "man was
Tw DAILt r., 7. -very morning e- The eonsolidsatn of the vasioos ed- made lower than the angels," as he
|- Monuday, d-Ired hy cArrier inthecity.or ueational institutions th qughoat the w4 6~ down here. The Rev. Sam
called to any pIt of the united States, postage State seemed nosetary. There is hard- ge n@tlly makes statements that be
lvejforssaXr: $2.so ,ix months; 1.25 three ly a paper o bthe BStat that will not eago preoe,
oths;,, center for five weeks-strictly in grant that sUmh m s LionB Was n"oe-
|s sary, but The )teord with others con- In Soep voting districts of New York
Aiding noticerN in local column o0 oenta a line sidered the tije for! saeb action in- both M letllan and Hearst claim gains
Sfrs t insertion., and cents foreachaddltious1 opportune A mea'ere of sesh far- is the oeeeunt. Must be that all have
at ertlon. reaching effect hquild have been con anot been eooated.
app lication. y dvertisini made known asidered more aturely and should have
been given the eonsideratlo of 'he oeeral Ohaffee says the United
Tht Twice-.Week un is an eight-pte, forty- ople of the State. Instead of snoh b A"aesmy is shy on officers. A few
column paper, published every Monday and action the bill was railroaded through tolonels wabt be obtained from Ken-
Thureday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be the Legislatore. tolky,
wailed, postage free, to any part of the United The time for a discussion of-the mer.
States or Canada. for 5miw a year-in advance. Its of the measere is uow gone and any Alabama cotton growers at their
i o dicussioo of It Is futile. The seetlonal meeting to be held at Montgomery will
AUppe rsnlof dverts semen t, unleasters prejudice and seetional Interest that is make an effort to bold 8,000,000 bales.
aolp lsted In contract. Parties not known to as so d flMeult to rise above has now died -
wi be required to pay for advertising Id- with the pasine of Intervening time The State Fair at Tampa is it. All
53em. Address., HK DAtlY SUN, and the maSter can now receive o ner ronounoe it the best ever.
o asva, aN .I and move wholesome considerallo. n.
-... --... --- The question now to be considered is
THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION whether the measure is onstlituoton-
al. The oonstitutionallty or the uneon-
S estom which sets apart one day to by any editor in the State and thie dli. N e
eahb year as a day of thanksgiving for euslon of this phase of the question
the blessings, material and spiritual, will d no more than bring false and i
S whih we as a people sejoy..The year sought for notoriety to tme editor &hat OWnm Oiut
now nearing its end ha been fruitful wastes his time in so file a manner If you are in this condition,,
I n blessing to the people of Florida. It S s elaevideant fast that if there nr forceiswea
Ithe inte.leetulanD4 moral uplifting of i ground for the opinion that he er isv ou he or-
our people Is edenod on every hand uno lbna hat power s giving out, the or-
and the great material development of mhooku be settled by the aSpreme ganso our body h aveir
the State Is observed and commented oort. The eooetisutlon le the seprem slo i d up,"anddo thfae tior
upon by all thoughtful people; pros. law of the State and all measures must imperfectly. This clure to
perity prevails throughout tse sleuth be to aeqordae with It. There s not do the work required, clogs
and boadA of the lass; labor eth the system and brings distress
h ad bnlefll of the State; labor haeatSaen of Florilda who desire to we an d
S" haId tofullemployment; ommere a measure In operation that atr and disease. hen the nerves
i ha beo In suoch volume as to alu ae with the constisilon of the are weak the heart is unable
bolt the channels of trade; no eiek. tate to force the life-giving blood ,
nee of an epidemic esharster has further, If the measure be oncoaud- through your veins; the stom-
S aletd our people, except in one aiy tut|osl a labjoutito ie albeing done the ach fails to digest food ; the
and itere its reages have been lllht elty of .alnaeells. Wre the Univer- kidneys lack power to filter
and ts progaee is now most merelfully sity established and them the measure impurities from the blood, and
s taed; no flood or other reat eas- deoared oneoelstuslonal a Serious the poisonous waste remains in
lamily ha been visited upon s. problem would oonfoomt the Board of the system to breed disease. f
S Theorefore, follow the example of Publie lttruotloa &ad the people of Nerve energy must be rctored.
the. Preldent of the Uslted Stotes, Florlda. Dr. Miles'Nervine will do it,
bwh has proolaiwed the thirtieth day For these reason The Recod ise of because t strengthens the
of November as a day of prayer and the opinion that any ateaoks made on nerves; it is a nerve medicine
thsbaskaivlng to Almighty God the the merits of the -a-ure are non- and tonic, that rebuilds the
K Olver of il Good and Preoiout O te nsteal and foollslfrtor the same res- entire nervous system.
SI NIapoleon Broward, Governor of s me we are of the opinion that the bill "*everan ymere age I was all broke
the State of Florida, do hereby pro- should be andt what ever the wn n-ut,.coul d
elaim and set sapar Thureday, the ult may be that the people of this ct for mo th, and finally the
allow sai he amId do nottg r
thibtleth day of November, A. D. 1006. a should and will abide by it. bTe me. I b 3 Dr.
S aThamksgivnlnDay. diseasion of it will end and Florida's ote e. n ItosLs S *eu
0n that day let all our people n.e- eddeasional facilitlei will again be in a beeltt. Mi W
pend their usual voeations, and Is pub. stl eondision.-Bortow Recopd. IeN A N
Hlie ad private give thsake to the great oonditio.-- B ow Record.N M e Aleey
reator for the bl.e sp we have re. 0 .avS... n Pon Yt e -
e. eOle at His hands; let oar grateful A aNatioaloingi, in seusion a bma wais e ekaw. t
chaity 8an benevolence towardt the ondiang vot adopted a resolution c, -- --tast
Mbhh was ordered sent so President Notn
S dealf and edy, the iMow and or. oeet stating that we far n of Mel
phae, that thee. afortenatee may thi entry want neither more nor :
lseo hav eausoe for thsnhfnlnee and sotd
vejooelag. le than a quee din. The reolo* Mst
lt telmon whereof I have heresuto tis : "We nalm and
let my hand and mseod t be a d heartily endorse the maiy e*for s of Spea
't gme President Roosevelt to eere equal pes

1 U dany B. Banw^, er of arogst.e wealth. Irmrpecdv a l|
|l( OIBeror. of party, we pledge ourelv to sup- Pn I 1
By the Oov rqor, attes, pert his ,lone." T-- w --. s. DOi p
ST H. Ot.ar CaAwroai, - ..
S eertary of State. EPpt eis the nly otmmtrin the r P lF -.
S-. word where there a.e ore men th.a eZrS VVWKU- d lver w.
I .h p...r.o.visis f the l. m... women. The mule* in the do.- toubhes 4 ebm. -
r B the pr o fhe | JS k"minion of the khedive e ~elds the fe- -a-i--- Sd- -ibH
* b411 the State Board if Eduseaion hue _., ._ .,w,, -B--Bn w j '.. ^


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Seen enabled to appropriate tOO $1 "," l.l. =turj SCl#rotbSr
moen o the public school ; yet Som The growth of Oainerille may not b Hvt Iad bo els.
people a that the new law ha not be so rapid as many other etalit les i rn b, 1 I l [m a (.
S bn of benefit to the Btate school y* Florida, bet is a saubttantial .- ..-----
sem. With as high grades in the vil-
lap schools as in the large eitis. don't
sower* of Ointment& for Catarrh That
s h people ejoy the benefit of the are of OIsmet fr Caturh That
now law all over ethe atmmeta Menrury. T
..- -. -- -- As mercury will surely destroy tle
Florida a great atae for Ihlitiie. seame of 0mell a4 compPletly deranged
'We aveu'tr ot ett-leld p with She ol the whole storm b when r I sertagits
tdmiselarati oe Of l Von o lioxham thrcarl the moeo m imreM, lutch a n
in Jeniatee before we have canst.- less abould s**r be ned eaeep4 o a .m
SabbiaU fs tl for the e ecutive peerlpien hfr om potable phPie.
R aSir that oroeror Itroward has hard tU- ti Idap th ey wi4l i te
Sltime toPetwarm. told to the e you ea |elbtlyde.
-- ri fem m Hall's Oa f On,6
OwGenl Olkhrt will saow K the mautfasted by F. J. Obene& A 0
pee9 bow to soek gabernatorial Toledo, O., mtoe e merury,l I
ekes, Sk a OMptaa Htillman will o tk ia. atemally,U ll dIa
show t he haw to preare oea.utive upo the Lbe a tnd mAm ea rtfesm Is r
INtaple e. If th are notearfl *fte ~aui1 I *bsI ,ILUSHf -b b !t
will br ul a tH br" r w | M N
....... -- do. Ob I Obe A m. T" M
Chitagoclub0I L e to n1Smtablis9 h omA
/": ...we. .. H e lig Inte a dtaG ai, yby dretaNs. Piem ISe per be.-
S 1 e" g "e ewioat Ne Ta keHu- ss b i f
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AOLD AND N UT
"W. aM. JOHNIrSONT, Gai3 esrv-lle.

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If You Are Insured..

In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Corretly %
Written With Liberality of Policy Contrae and the Complaa
Paya Looses Promptly


You Are Assured
That ho serious loe can overcome you without you have seoe
refuge. _


Fire, Life, Accident and Health lnsrbnn C



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None but Reliable Companies Represented.


A. M. CUSHMAN,
Information heerfally furnished. GAINEVILLE, FLORIDA C


PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

hisis Wine, Beer and Mlt.
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3P1135 PRfIPAID. Balk *ee*b-J-ag Pree-likt Pa.ul..
SQ. Nr1414 4Q1a. e4Qs IQu1 Isl.lo. Per aL .
l C wbaT t ...l..... s k04 It 00te, Ga. s a. Oom oWoXrmd
m Conarv I ... ..1 o 150 o a00 Pew
SaB~o Im : e0 R, Gia. CeG.$tooseity.
morn a we .......... So a so sPo *1es
m'e*4 a .......* s ,s S o 10 Rye. Ota.I. o. Crum. =etahe N .
t re"e .. ... ..... 4 o 11 00 . .O Per o0I1e:
%Wt e. ........... 7 e9 4r M Peh eAppae su Meaw-
b Driwa ......... .. 5o u 4 0 06 Pw b Oy age
Ie a ro r.. .......... too 10 VIetoria n ye. boetal oes bey. seteoa-
idoi ....... ...... a ar 4a1 ?* RqUtr.
mar .... i. S I s o La EMIP ST. LOUIS rH. F Pr Dw
r CMao& OO s 1 to..o I 10 0 w aie Doo.. .
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 'l, 1965


Begin Taking Qxomulsion Today KILLED WOMAN AND SELF.
NEWSLi 4LI and Your Cure Begins Today T.d
PAI O FTrLORIDA agedy ccurs n Augusta, Ga.-No
'FLORDAz ,Oa., Nov..,,1Two pist.,l
"I ---h -- !and' of11 out from A 1- ;-,,No 14SC,
Brinf HaBppenfie p rom Various n.cl th E reet, which%. b c a i pled by
T LiertOm ofS t a.i,, II.,. oian1 named Dal isy' \. A large '
tiom Itst 1'it'lle:d Mediinal F d Proper. cr, ,ed .n t congregar. 'P. andil
tl s ar( \' y Quickly 'kahz,,d.
n '. Qln Hl I at t th, soh entered the ,,, g foun,i
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS ( 't- f the Pale ad'Sall the oetan and Mr. Joh wo
In Producing Strength to the WeaIk, to I u l. head of thd e hl and
AF- 1an h I I the I.',, ,t.eh and the Inal ead of t i, te
Transpiring i "The L4tand of Flowers." In 'oning up the Sqt, m of Convalea- wharf de lartment, lyil:r I It11 floor T
Things "Bol8ed1 Down" to Suit the in Cleasir,,g the Entire m. wei, tl in their blood h nd ev Aw a ] t lt ha e

Infederate Day at the State Fair Her klrt Glad. was hitern shortly in r, Au C o verrfytt, Imtaton and *J tas good"r bturOt
BuNe Rm a andr-termr of Interest to In Hounding Out tha Thin. Peakae by ln by 11'Ol friend. l xperment tht tr with and endageyr the hi ath of
All Ci .. J F ito lduof (i rup on their TAttle Rodienr008ad ewe I. mInodapit lInmacy.
th, l),-,zriTble Pink and Vbite Flesh.an raidlvandthewoma ..t Aow0O ee younthis
Next Fridy., the 24th, will be Con.- in D.,tting their cheeks with the P'retty joo tl qali to have heu r amour viai btr
OeOlnSiOOw aw b y s.overal friends, d..m... j in i Experinents that trifle with and endanger the h4ith h '
towns are risp vlng visits from thiev- To poeue to cold and Wet. he had been drinking. Infant Mad Children-Experilence against xIp rimeat
To prove Its Medicinal Food Mertts a If( wnasq 4 years a ,1 l a 1
igtrmps. Trial Bottle Free by Mall .faily. li, a victim T, ,I. lW hata C A S T O R IA
The laughter Hotel at Belleview i Will be ent ue. Writ by letter on for the murder and .a i, ,! W h t C AutIA
now open nd we expect they will or potal card1 ,
s p .zmulson Co.,9 Pl ne St., ew Yor. nown C Is harmless subtitute for Cantor 011, Pe
Roller skating will be the fad in -- No Case of Pneumonia on Record. gorne, Drops and Soothing 8yrups. It iS Ple aSaa I
Jacksonville thil winter and a large nill of the E. W. Bond companyny at We do not kno of a i~igle instance oot tlaI neither Opium, Morpiline nor other Narn
rinkwillbeereted. lk lIln riday niht a where a cough or cod re suited in tb e Ite l waur aote. IthtryWi
Hon. J. I. Bryan has sold his orange o'clno.k. An alarm was turned in and neumooea o o mptiorn when Coll. It relieves Teer s. it Trout. le trrhe. ittipd Wati
grove near KiJsmthee for $30,000 It the fire department of the mill was ley's Honey and Tar v aIbeen tak'n. tnt e It'MmsImttel tile 'ti retiulatis the
has 1,7W0large trees. (.ailed out, bitt the flre had gained It cures oougbs and culdE |P.rfctly, Sa irtucocy. it ~il me r s 1,70 la es.led out, but the ir had gain so do not take chances ith ome un to h and Bowes, giving healthy and natural sleep
Dowling Park Is becoming more pop s" -h headway that it consumed the known preparation whith may ontll The Chldreas Panaew-The Motler's Fricud.
tlar every day. It ha. the enterpr.i. head factory, the votneer plant, saw.
ing men of Live Oak to push it mill, warehouses amnd intents also opiates, which druse. RtAutiation, a ATR A
in, racheoLive.O.k toput, h ,t ;; ,,, "r,,,i. h,'',,^.t dc.ditio. ,h a .rtd y....o CENUINK ALWAYS
West Palm Beachwillallowthenr- the depot beloging to th Florida cold. Ask for Fole's oney andALWAYS
chants of that place to keep open until E;ast C )apt Railway. Lois- (50,00. Tar and r fuse any sub.tit ,e offered. the Bfntaturo O
0 o'clock on Sundays and no later Ithimill will be rebuilt ,it orne. J.TW. MeCollum & Co. .... .....
The cotton growers of Lake City and R. W. Williams of Blanton and Miss
vicinity will meet on November 28th. A1,a C Gregg were married on the a.f- Want Women on Schcol Board.
Harvie Johnson will address the meet- ternuoon of the 15th in@t( in a rather .Macon. (la.. Nov. 20. \git.tiou has
inm. novel way. They drove to the parson- row begun to have the taw so amend
Ocala people are so afraid that tow n i were married hittingg in their i u s to permit one or mror ladies to
wOille.pdeo realo o afraid that thoa )~y and after their marriage drove become members of thl. board of edu
will bdorse local option that they in e!out to their home on Dowling Lake. cation. It Is claimed tH.,1 dlece who
throwing ee. rieo of fits every day in Mr. Williams is one of Blanton's have had experience as t, achers In the
the week. Misleading citizens and a large cents. cools would be abso',,ely invalua. In Use For Over 80 YearS.
The Fort Pieree News hap isued a !loupe grower. Misse regg is on" of tible on the board, and heilr work In wm w 9.emum T N
very interesting edition to boom that Plipco county's most popular young that capacity would I,.'rv Improve.
section of fair Florida. It is well il- ladies, and a teacher of reputation. ment In the system. I 1.4 expected
lustrated. IW. K Coleman, prominent in phos. that considerable Inter, will be (Ie-
At St. Augustine Saturday Jame polite circles, was the v ctim of a Peri- eloped for the prepol .i.n by th time
Osteen was found guilty of mail- oul accident which came near being fe- the next leglelature Is .a.sfbled, and
slaughter for the killing of (GenrwI tal. Mr. Coleman rode into Barrow It it believed nobody A.: pose it.
COsaer. Allen Osteen was found not fro te Dominion mines and after otel M r D
guilty. transactingt hi butelose in that place HtluMa naeDsp0.--B.8.hno & Rh tC M
The Indian River Baptist A.socia- started back to the mines on a wheel, Columbuso, whoae .n a|20.-Jr of (Inooxrport a
tion will meet at West Palm Beach on He had placed a revolver nla the bosom the Springr hotel a no.her of month E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Friday, November 24th. It embraced of his shirt and while riding the re* bas mysteriously disappeared He tore Abetraset of Title and full information furnished rgaedilng lade is tti
all the ehurehes along the East Coast volver from accidental eauee was out of the ledger of the heet the ipae county. Our pmanajr has lived in this oount thirty years a
south of Tituasvlle. fired. The ballet entering Mr. Cole. containlng his salary a,,ount, but Pro l i thoroughly enaversant with lad titles.
The Areadia Champion is now lo. rnan' body passed within two Inoohes priotor Springer says that he was only
edited In its new building and the last of his heart and emerged from the a few dollars short Ir his accounts --
woek'a issoe presented a neat appear- back. While the wound to esoeding- Bompson left on one of the train, HU .l VJ .J UJ q
nee, well filledwith news. TheCham-. ly painful the physician believes thbt h W ednae ay lnght, and on far nothing
pion is an excellent paper. unless som unforseen compleatios has bee' nbaard from him toe was FIR t, AO aDENTm ofU l A mND INerMe and IlSUhA s maelo.1
We understand that Candidate Hill- set in that it will not be of a serious enaged to be married to a Oolumbu ME AL pBTATE AND CITY LOA l.
man is preparing a recipe for cooking nator-Bartow Reeord. ildy. O ULll jr'l
potato pne. It is said that t is des. G. Burhans Testfies After Four f the Baby is Cutting Teeth
tined to become more popular than the Years. Be suor ad use tht old and well*- 2T ZoD 1.109
new fad for .ookiog okra.-Oeala Bn- of Crlile Ceter, ed remed rs W ows ooth. *
mra.n ea. hereafew.yeara.n .nd Y., writes: "About four years ago I ag Sytrp. for children t thing. I
A man earne here a few years ago and wsoShe eshild. sftwas the* ams,
had less than fifteen dollars. By in- rey ofsti h at e allaysl ptain. eore wid sol@e and is ,
duetry he soon managed to purchase an btarlycured ofhansewr kinetof bebels t sod for dianrbose. Tere.
oa g.ve and paid for I with two by takiodeyu le ha twoetilouipeda f 8 -v -a a-
crops of frit. This season he sold Kidne re. It entirely s to n .
IlAMboxes of oranges. This is only Ithe briek doest sedment, a d pal .
o of le many s.ocesee in so symptoms of kidme ldwa ddp. O MRS. . BROWNE, Sea Imland Cotton Seed. B and Twine. Walri
ee0aityh--Wals Advoeate. pea red I am gled to My thatI "
eoety.-We l Advoatenever had a retors of say of those A IyLather in pe or Ride .
Jodge Joseph Bell Friday heard the symptoms during te foar years that WO i ICI UIIJ t*y Ba"
eae of G. W. Ray v.. the Atlantic ,,have elapsed .d I am evide.atly ered Manufacturers Of the Jam3 Dog Improved Engl l
ost Ie, railway o recover dam so stay cured, and heartily rmm d u Island Cotton Gin and Bupli for ree.
agema e artled of eaataloupes delay- Foley's Kidney Core. to anyone t*,. Ory Ieds. NC*dp oT s Gn ad p
*4 la4raasl. Jdgment wa.s entered .or d.ney or bladder trb." 0od........ AiN 8VL E, FLORIDA, U A
splast 4efemdaais. The complainant J W. .MCollum & Co.
-l-s asu-.er loaded a ear of cant. -_ _o ,.. RE .A__.T_ ,"AOUBBREAD_ pU
ioPs pm a sidetraek jolt south of Pt'cal Grarfters cored. AKES and PIM-Fresk I
Oeala adi wae delayed as Msme s and, Can N Y. Nov. 2r-lie" l1er 1la,.
w -et moved by the railroad as per gitimiate pr.ft' formed tee leaila m Ue'L eryLA
aIreemeit. theme of *i.. report of the exeetive
Il wM dismetove.red in the erat commit' o.f t.u national O 1ag Pa 1mr' ? lh F. R SL
tron. of l 'nandry. whlet wae . - -- - i
eit at ye .Pr t i usetoa of5t M ei the scm. Tb --
S*ntoii -n **l the report state s,
an laral.' eret the boe a's At'stervh *rc .eg
op YUr aC l r of eu aer od foods J Ma EL CAFEU U t ii:ioe, ek e< 41 r
a** e tt f r e elon f< r" to. -Chelh a to (klat 9 fers, as good H--At r Lead4 all etla ed and
to siwe ewm p*** rowthe ne *1' ,,.sl4lC e A B.rew.sIa. h n Oa. ee to Order. e'ls es. e Ise beanies oe W,. bew -t w e a. OsTERS AD StEAKS irs". -'lA --.S". true AH good treisI .
tj ttb@ baumeeseBneae *'s an*- r .n u tO Bor th ea t .... oewai .r L.v. E<., .


ipasd. QG COok' worm dwelling and ftbr hob es"ca
b4i i tiis le tepo".t""d tl'I i t d_ __ _
1 tin paYisomthfe rrai'al5d wwu 0a1"FN 1'03how
s iia b aP S It"b up to r'f t' fnVI tep ratis aeA II goe A g a s rBeleo I
ON&fOnel111619 Ns. ppipp US) -In.- f'OO $2500 900
-L-~I~ ~PCIUII~n*.~c r~lr ~ltP OICST 8I ,&~~LIMiYss Tebeau 's t
r mrtNail% f g r'U r"Ift an w M Won Nisim, IIA~
Ir Uu ba IL T. Wh~ lk I rr OP6 Apply W rafthm pV1 (cl q~ YI I*
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we as-a I oced f of a "Y IN
b e ts tN eM p Il I W D bv j e a s m- c me a
iwcb emanine, whi'5ho owm P- W Neqif
frem ggssmloafse eable bomibl. h O
ewoo a a wo
tere Iwo "saw
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THY FATLY SUN: AIMMTLLE. FA)ARIDA. NOVEN1ER 21m IM


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UW$DUNCL root oovItiOm


S.1 Clark Howell Deolares His Candl.
: dacy In eeyla.
.;tlanta, Nov. 2-4on. Clark How.
p p.editor of the Atlanta Constitution,
made formal announcement of las
S ldidlacy for tie governorship of Goer.
. ((a. na his platform he declares
S iPtXat "dltfrawobisement" because :e
S Mlreve0 It to be dangerous to the best
S laterat of the state, and shonw why.
1 ie ay1S .he favors strict railroad i tgli
Lat4* ~4 Is against free passes. Hle
S be ihvlles in "building up," "not
a t Ji down."
I ..4O cernlug t(P white DInocratUc
PtiUary, :,e says in part:
S When the white people of Georgia
w ere confronted with ignorant hosts
t Irresponrtble negroes, drunk witi
Sthe Intoxication of newfound freedom
and franchise, the Democratic party,
by one bold stroke, destroyed all Jan-
Sa of negro domnation, and by the
Sgal and effetive applIcation of the
Ilrmary plan aooompllsld the perma-
DMt asuraneo of white supremacy in
Georsi. 'Tis was done without dis-
rIaehaising a-aagle white voter and
withoutt entranohaag a single negro."

BLOODY TRAGEDY IN ARKANSAS.


Two Men Are KHIod and Thre More
Seriously Wounded.
Pocahontas, Ark., Nov. 9O.-Blggers,
a little town on the 'risco railroad, 10
mlles north of this city was the eene
et a bloody tragedy the ruilt otwhich
il that two men, John aipley and q
yeung man named Dennst, ar dead
and Le Jones, Dputy Bherif Jim
saoer and City Marshal Jese John.
team are satoualy woundM.
VWisur had he Jaw broken and one
*ar hot *o. blplky, Munls and
Joea were charged with being mep-
4 tS gapa of oet as ett re, wVt
I oerated in the Cheokee bay coun.
ty for some time and the trouble arose
w he the deputy sheriff and his pose
p, preeamded them.
S When ttold to halt they opened Are
tah poe., whlch promptly returned
the fiulale. wita the above ratualta.
Joea, the Ahe ird member o theL gan
caped but was wounded.

Man's Unreasonablfanae
Is often a great as woman's. But
Th'm. S. Austin, manager of the ReB
publoea of IAveewoLrth, Ind., was
sot mareaemable, when he refoued to
alew the dotoers to operas on his
wlfetrfeasletroublo. lasteded" be
,' *we aoneloded to try Eletrle
Sitters. My wife was then so siek she
eoild haIrly I ,ve her bed. ad ive (6)
phyIiaas had failed to relieve her.
S After tlakig Eletrle Bitters ash was
perfectly surrd, ad oan now perform
all her household dutoe." aGaran.
teed by all drogglsta. Pri e 0bo.

Fighting Cotton Speoulatera.
S Olaumbia, L. 0., Nov. 10.-Tbhat the
gtathera OCttoa association is in earn.
mt hi the fight to put aside the apetu.
lator to the welfare and beest of the
groueer, so one who visited the office
of F. H. Wetoa. the secretary of the
a oth Carolina divliito. ean iontib
lls office forte was bustaly enttie-I
.. aenading out literature to the nrvaro
eoantles, sad there were other e@\
S dentes that the work Is belas pn's,.
la ao uonetals maaMr.

The Cause of Many

Sudden Deaths.
There il a 4it"wlrM prfviliiiK In this
Arirbiitty un easn tweu be smcui h ceP a.
Sy t e 1ii hN111% lrt-tie'lt


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S tack ?V! a t~r Au, ci 1'i "4 l 1.h
thr l l. it h f ,'m tkie il. \ i > < .!, .'-, i 'l.
l i, l I. l l ialn t i lt N ,t 'Ilt
fr 1%All 1 & ti tli S rttul it 1 1 11 t oIl

k1hthIr t i lh j r to o t se .* )t'
l C 'm't <. 'tI& n li ll w t i -,t ., fe' l.

takttie l A ,'I '. lwaap l (. t4 e
It eu 'tr it.i.lb'u lA c t i h tn i>, lt
C fl l th t I I xv 1 irist lll I ll **1C* '
au41p ll I% t K" .. :. i s,, h t I%'
atd $i> } rluip iuuJil (ti'ae une il e

It T anda tt t hilal t tfh ntr. <,, .:il
hitan4h t e it % st 'Awst n,t Roo. ti.
Isterm ing s*<
Swamphop t if pireaatat to. tea- M> t>
Itt alo I tgga t io hI t < 'I
(*** <>ftter is u tlMee rs Y.'u> U '. .r a
aitinr < ''lc ou f tk&& I,.*i tu:. .az ,
a4te*sta i.ii.t a luank that (e:ls all ....t it
ol tl arb~y nmD. Atr. tU lr kCn-
raer & "' ,. l inglhUamt1. N % ,i.r
w irin) cii 'It.ie reeding the gersreue
rW its t ih. pta1w. Dou'l t ake any
giak. hto r, umw er tih mmM.Sapb-
.; S, K~i. rr' 1t,,t ad .th.


|APainlessin C of le Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pin. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sn of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow...
-.A %7'# LA m m1


vboaov do Roo fmm my d vocuals =d d tmp mld
ft t 0 =wmo the prim to sbp, butlftt lbm up 6~o
the erm a the palm rblch pmeoft tbom tom cwII00q bwk~?

sow omyreu rt o $1.00 bottle

WU U A .Zin "lElT A FAZI,
,ft abmld w en d& w- -A&*u mm4d how
I-~ry JlO~IYIJI!I ~ MO.L LIC!! .bo my hoobaworJ4
r w ~ t b&Mal wft 1,~uCAWI two
'a" t o amI mm do uM Iuam
A-~
*1C2t~ Ce I No* go" by has,
I W" to I=M d


Carteetltes of LI.erary Werablp.
'1'ha most extrnvagaut IldMtanre of
Literary relle worshipj on record is
said to be that of a well known EnIg-
Itabman, who oenrtantly wears, in a
small pocket attached to a chain
around the neck. a portion of the
charred saull df Mlhelley.
Of late years a great nauy persons
have visited the former rsidence of
Victor Hugo to se a tooth of that ce-
lebrlty which Is kept In a timall glass
case with tbis inscription: "Tooth
drawn from the jaw of Victor Hugo
by the den lst on Wedneeday, Aug. 11,
1871. at Vlanden In the gardens at
tacked to the boose of Mmne. Koch. at
8 o'clock l the afternoon."
In tbhe per 1816 a tooth of the fa-
mous Sr Isaac Newton was sold at aue-
tion by a relic monger of London ann
was purchased by an Engilsh noble-
man for # sum equal to H3.650 In
United Itate currency. The buyer
had a costly diamond removed from a
favorite ring and the tooth mt In Its
place.
The wig that 8terue wore while writ.
ing "Tristram Shandy" was sold at
public auction eoon after the great
writer's death for the sum of L2I)O,
and the furorlte chair of Alexander
Pope brought 1,t0) at a sale In 1 2.

No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
From Napier (New Zealand) Herald
Two year* ago the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wales, Australia, had an
analysis made of all the couhb medi-
laets that were sol in that market.
Out of the entire list they found only
one that they deelarrd was entirely
free from all poleoas. This @eocption
was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medicine
Company. es Moines, lowa. U. A.
The abmeeao of all narootlcs makes this
remedy the safest and bet that can e
had; and i is with a feeling of secure.
ty that any mother ear give it to her
little ones. Charinbrlain' Cough mKen-
edy i es pecilly roommeaded by its
makers fur couglh, cold, eroup and


whooping cough. This remedy as for
sale by all drtalIst *
*


Newes*m 'Tol.cOPe.
Newton fashioned a concave 'mirror
from a mixture of copper and tin,
which gives a surface with almost the
luster of silver. An Image of the star
was produced In the focus of this mlr,.
ror, and then this mage when exam-
tud by a mNaaltying eyeplece permits
the astremo er to tudy the star at
what Is e lqvalent to a greatly reduced
dlstapce, Seb is the principle of the
tfamus erwotit tels"ope which beon
the name of Newto. tel Uttle reflect-
or which b cemstftoted Is still pre
rvd as Me of the traures of the
Royal soes ty. The telescope tube had
the very mudet dimensions of a lanch
In diameter, was, however, the pre
cursor of a whole series of magnilcent
hastruments, see outstripping the oth-
r In magnttude.

A *et Aisewr.
Here Is astory about Sir PaLtrck
Talbot. serge at arms the hbom
t lords. He' bad bee private seas-
tary to the grat Lord Derby wbh
prime mtaltmr adlifterwarm marrt
one of hle diahter. One dy when-
a large party wa present atnowl-
ay Lord Derb bmrt ot at table with
the remark. "Its a curious thing oue
never knows what a lot of tools there
are toa ngland until one becomes
prime minister Thereupon Talbot, at
the other end of the table, said "Tes,
and one never knows what a fool a
prime minister may be until one be-
ome his private aeretary." Lord
Derby's reply was, "hank you, Pat"-
Dundee Advertiser.


fte Smdest Wamn of U8 As*.
Joha enter, the famous Britlh er-
gOen, asatemalt, phgslolegit Mad aed-
oel rter, who Ad i tn 11T. was ea
of the rudest mea oet be a Me. Hre10
tured home lat m eveanin trom his
road of prfstOeenaltalls a4t fouad
his witr eutrtani a few friend.
Grtly be walkedM I the term et the
room. stopped In loee auInd& "I
knew othbln ef ths kick up," he lbd,
"ua obt to hav ba n lafnterd. As
I have roetraef heie fr the purpme
of studying, I hope the praent eom-
pany will retire at onc" They retired.


t*A6ACTflAIA


moose.IN Julia. Nw U%4110 W %r SEW U
I lBriakfit yloit pr 14 t'iJ etlfromt to 1P M, hhe la d IMM
9 'cloka. Iutl Il uttjal 1iat' tUo I414%4 F1 Yn
of ttrclifa..lt. atdit .,.it Pi vyitirerlo TM.M Y N
weal Iwi the h mite-k. t imrate. vi'm Dean the
slat tio ai r alir I t will b i i utte'r.
bolb oth h ai s sa .' .l itlvltttlilt -l(l t leftfrIAm Sima i o
tb. Pevilout tthi~lli *uatllrll mte t t1mu.ll
The i s l itf tbm i l lt f e la r uiza.T seIi
which is liwituilct% 4 a tl~h plel-l1isi A opsicive q ( oboo IIIM tb( st,. com-
~htsh j'e'uhlsr l. ?.1Ue4 krr Shep.
to itv --tr rtv atoe t r 'r atafel." A slwcIn Syrio. e 00 bkIs the cas the'a
fbNi io a thitig ttv v%,Iittr tat It eOe -wrigbt of It. fltl that the daeerNIAl5
acli, nwwith a sup hla' o Wll oft boiledI
ikc, whi~ch~ ha hanhetl r'mun Ias il t a' iee( 4% beard to th v 80
Hoer anl Is wirth r wutlelit largoI a Ma l be'i' t Is u n t e vontd with
ra&i,'ks to twerrn ty t w put ti b WU,4. Ii peevet tIt1r1m be1ng9
F~b Ie o vrmy hate, R1 utantorn by the w bf t OW-lONOshaTv
the tattls at onc, are Ibu banded emal whele ai& d heeWateo the
r'ound aod squI e of "cc I'UIInof aci drug gt istiOl dm bola e at themM
Artliveron a small pltot b*.Mte thesl 'Ibe t U ul of aCM r a sa of this
plate. 'hes dIab11 ~1aba tL fsh. a fowl am y mom panss&or
s.cat. oo ferium hnkws, currwv'il rca 4 i ,s rie ata
frim bananas. shuitmp 'rittemW, om Clet rsI mfr 't I we f W wil
aiud rurrry. BoiU61heup witb diutarys s voiab *rtv jeSsieL
alu ewt ui am lait a L round disk el- I -
vTc lato mawy o MpaRnuatst. MkThis Hniry iJ 1~ t( od ar
l~tt. '-tis thn I tillard up Wid oamPd
at Itt a is&ad aaurl It I s followedFd Folte & Cfe, ike or".grnaod
ti, tw,-tbteak. aluoat raw. **l tried pg I Moseyand Tara Sn 411 1,dlust
1.t1 mod NIWbi wt. Is. ha wb be remedY. and oN 8 48800 9 the avno
MeIc mairrl 'u of oley's 8e"
MA Tar sa aaroy IM09 11f m sd
foeores oth.iy saw-- ruWSiled-1
V. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M~a at'Cra rwsu. .; ttonhave t Si" Rit MWAI
I iIis. *onus. but rvosaveethe in60141111DIwan. of 6em. jWb
&ead shomsa i to "hWlheybild shele he's M mul
be f Is k W beile adqakVl, a I 1 e&1
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WIL -,". -v 4WM 5qbo


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Effective May 28, 19o0.


2 Vestibule Traias Eat No. 4 NBe. 30


Lv "ac konvitli.. .do. Ry
Lv Jesup...........80. Ky
Lv bavannah......o8. By
Ar Columbia...... So. Ry
Ar Charlotte .....So. Ry
Ar Greensboro.... do. Ry
Ar Danville.......So. Ry
Ar Richmond.... So. Ry
Ar Lynchburg .... 8o. Ry
Ar Cborlotteville 8o. Ry
Ar Washgton.... So. Ry
Ar Baltimore.... P. R. R.
Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R.
Artoew York....P. R. R.


9 10A
1140A
1 20p
6 56p
10 26p
"3ms
221s


6 8a


4 S
950s
1180
1 46p
4 lip


North sad West.


No. 13;


Lv JaeksonwIlle, III..*so. py 7 4
p. Lv Jesup Gal...d. Ity. It :),;
4 Atisoo, (it... .......Ho.R y.
is ArAtlantaUs.... ..o...ys o.hy
I Ar ]oa*, G a......... o. By. 7 y
V AtrDalton, Ga .... ...o. Ry. '
At Uhbstanougar. Tojun So. Ry. 43j
Ar lAzintfln, Ky .....Q. & U. 5 :1p
Ar OibeiioniltO........Q &C. 74oc,


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No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex-
pres." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jaetson-
ville to New York.
No. 80-"Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing
Room Bleeping Car Jaoksonville to
New York.

Thrmoua "The Laud of toe Sky" e. ,80


L Jaksonville, Fla .... oBy
Lv Savannah, Ga..... .. o. Ry
Ar Colambls, 8. C......So. Ry
Ar Asheville, N. 0.......So. Ry
Ar Hot Springo, N. C. So. Ry
Ar Knoxville, Tenn .....So. Ry
Ar Louisville........... So.y
Ar St. Louis............ So. Ry
Ar Oineinnat.......... Q & O.


7 55p
12 la

287p
8 bOa
4 Mp
8 15b


No. 80--Daily Pullman Drawing
Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between
Jacksonville and Olininnati.

Excellent Dialg Car Serrlee.


Lv Oiolnati, O...... B Four 8 4p
Ar OhsSgo.Ill.......Big Four 7 10a
Lv Oitaeanast, 0......Pa Lines 8 35p
Ar Ob.epo, Ill ........ PaLines 7 loa
Lv Otissanut. O. .... .OH.. & D. 845p
Ar Ohleag. o11.......... Moona 7 23a
Lv Oineianua, 0..... 0, H. & D. 9 4p
Ar Toledo, O. ......0. H. & D. 6 20a
Ar Detroit, Meh ..........P. M. 7 25a
LvOinluitnai, 0.......Pa Lines 8 p
Ar Pitborg, Pa .......Pa Lines 56a
Lv Oinoionati. O......Big Four 9 30
Ar Olevelld, 0 ......Bi Four e 46a
Lv Lexingo, Ky ...... Ry. 6 p3
Ar Looliville, g.........So. By. 8 l0p
Ar St. Leuls. Mo........ o. Ry. 7 32a
Ar Aoniston, Ala.......o. ry. 940a
Ar Birmingbam, Ala ...o. BRy. 11 45a
Ar Memphis, Tenn.......Frioo 805p
Ar Kan Oity, Mo... ..risco 9 40
Memphis, Tenn................ 880p
Hot Spring, Ark............... 20
No. 1&-"'Tbe Florida Limited."
Daily. Solid vestibale train, through
day somhee and Pullman Sleeping
OCa, Jaeksonvllle to Olaeoanati.
No. 19-Pullman Drawing Room
SleepinO Oar between Jacksonville,
Birmingham, Memphis, Kanss Oity
and Colorado Spripgs.


ARRIVAL$ AT JACKSONVILLE.
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 32, "Washington and Florida Lim.
cited 9.00 a. m
From New York. Washington, ete.-No. 88, "Washington and Florida Ex-
prme." I8d0 p. m.
From Oinelanad, Asbeville, ete.-No. 2, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," S9 )a. m.
From Ohiago, Oilannatl. Atlanta. et.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited,"Os8a. m.
J. LUSK, ODstrtet RPsi er Aget, 1S W. Bay 8., Ja.umvll, &lm.
8. RANDwoICr.P. T. M. W. H. TATIo. .P. A. Baueoa Mg e. A., ..1P. A.
F. -t o, I R


Rlorida East Coast Railway.


Lcd Time Card No. Q2.


Correct to Sept.


7,


SOUTN.55JUN-4AD DOWN.


. DilySTATIONS \n.R PU'..
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TmHE DAILY SUN: (A IN ESiLLE, FHIOR[ A,'NOVuMER 21 19l_5 7

A A FAM TruledRG OnER. BUAINIroulI C-dOe
AA II4or. oet 8.-I 11.p oleon. Is sk thatt in '.. l "Tre ------- C
l. t 11 r.. frormn the following 11 Ah yOt I ER B. M i I .
.apoleon helped bIaif to the cre.- It,,;i,,, stun,.,,, ,,I, ,,, cng. DAir Line Ra; .I.
ture wbeu hq encountered the um:... frii to ,l k the,,. hi, n Il otlh-
luke. on the banks of the Nile In 17i!s. r. :laloptelthl th flIi,,, l ,I,,,,c lI ... .DENTIS '. .
Superb as were the horses of tht-se jilf tinii l iher that I. Is 1. ni(that .- .. ....
.kuights of the desert," tile white it li.id ltbe.t forget, !,, Nli\. ,,!i not r.-
irger witb the "great black tyes., ,'tir unuil h ad wN.r, ,hirt mnind i ..le ot..r- Mroua eI deiL ,'e 4 w. S.~ Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Southern
wide nostrils, clen limbs and a libra,; iy a \vinui who h:i l ie rou!l'h. The
beart," as Ibrablm the bey described wi ond s44oi disc l ,, ,.t Pines Raleigh Richmond W ash
bim, was the most splendid of tlhn t:sk tofind suh a plrsi i,, it Ilengh J A. CARLI SLE,s, ae, Ricn W
a,. lie was ta small horse, only just was r .rr.,l to a In.v 'y, n, is ,ilp AMONE" A.r I,. W ington, Baltimore, Phila-
over fourteen hand, faultless in shaplie urromin;l.dl with etv.tern rlort ATTORNand Ar A nn, i -
oud tdauntle In courage. Narkletn lijapliUtis and pI ....i 1 hsiilnd And Solicitor in Equity delphia New' York
rode him at the liege of Acre, at the Wlh setowem battles of Marengo, Austerlitz, Jtaii ow maidle known her rit11.rs.t :mli for Real Estate, OoolveJyaline and Ue.
and Wagram. He took him to Moscow an anw,.r was shvn I, wh er al Practice. A ll buti promptI Tvo Ele n Trains Di
in that fatal campalpl against Russia skeleton hiuug lsuspnslti, 1i flI,,, l it n111. atendet.d to. W 1 natext door to SuID
and rode him at Borodino and ou the was told it wst4 ,. i,.1triii, of the otlGa svi K. IFLORIDA
Beresina river. frer lover io',er h r. ,, ,i FEiAND BAeEK Seaboard E x press.
When disaster had come and Na;- f j1,': r uy had been 1: 1 ly iher hus- ERDINAND BAYER.
pol'on was banished to Elba. the fa- h. i.l. i nd that he toiiii,',.il, t1 r to vis- iATTO"RNEY A'' S eaboa d Ml.
rorite horse was not permitted to n.- It it .very day. The wi,lvw ,,,hitltt( Seaboard Mil
tclat 114) )lit' (AIN ESYILLN, FLORID.
company him. "I had rather I haid thli:t i onie wis without iroublhe. that
shot him than that King Louis shoultii "tlire ske ii nskeletotn in every closet."
possess him," the fallen emperor said, arl i e,. i. t.ii. r lnltl to lth oacb- Can sell your eity property (im. R PUN
and he laugheild wi grim satisfaction 1:- I- 7f ler son. proved and 'unimproved)., rhopha, ie, W n
when an equerry reminded him that trucking and farmnog laritd Se d him
the Bourbon king was himself toto tim- I-'O hlns o'- hlirthdy. a list of what you offe ir fr aal. 2142n. Only L in t O) r tilg,
wieldy to ride Marengo or any other Thl fir-t known e.l,.rath(o of Wash. -
horse. Two years passed, and .Na. lt:r' i Iirhda" y i was m, Fib. 11. 171 DOil Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonille to Nw Orlar
poleon was back in Paris. Thee turn' 1he I- t1I 1,dat e wa. ,till adher oir tto. W E. BAKER. aly hough manSepersrom acksonville to Nw Or s
of fortune's wheel had brought hi t) 'i- a dtit tin' liete f AtTTO i RNEYl-A or fll Informatiou d sleeper re on all n Ri nt ebo
the top again; Louis was a fugitive. lir-t piretidliit and 'impletl his fifty A TT N A -fr fill nform io and leeper rervaon oall on ay ent eboMd
and the emperor was wildly uccluainll thi i 'l..r Th T ln fol ng in from the ... SSOLICITOR IN O \. Y. write A. O. MAdcl)DONNELL, O. BOcl.iTON Ja.,
by the fckle populace, who but a few I',.t'l I\Plva ni; l'acket of PIhiladelphia Ast. Generl Passe r Agnt. Pa. r Agnt
weeks before had shouted for thie king. u f ithe ,l;it of Tiiu'sday, l'eli. 17. 17;4- JACKSONVILLE. M,,ORIDA.
Once more Marengo was led rfri, "N.e\ York. F'ridny, Fleb. 13. W'Vdne.s GAINESVILLE, Alachutm ( 1C., FLA II I


his stable; onue more the housings Iwith d.:.\ l.%1:t itrin the birtlliday of hits ex- Oloce in Endel Ihloek.
the gilded bees were buckled on his i ,rcl 'iry (;'iie'ral \iWa.sihinttotl the uI -- ---- ----- -
shapely form. The horse, old in yvars wa:, ri-lrl .Itild ly ill the true friends
and white as fresh flaked snow, was of A.l-i IIr i, I n t i tle,,l,.rin.d. d <'iitl-'R. i RA
as full of courage as ever. His Inas- i l li ertl with that hilarity and DR J. H. ALDB MA
ter's hand passed lovi' gly over lhis 'i::',;ni\ it,',-ritiut e .*' r 1itttr.iluntt on the
satin skin as Napoleon mounted hiin lll 'li fr'r'ho!l i. In tih, e.IeIii iIn DENTI 8 Ti
that fatal 18th of June when the e'trirl.ilrtiillint \\ii t'gl 1i it 1 board the
troops were forming up on the fllJ14 E; In.ila hip i tllt i mn hi laribor to a
which had been so fresh intl green \'.vry lbrillia:i nt ai r-splclalle (companIay, Over D1utos A Co's Bak. l
that morning and where the lark's ann a di-ctharg, of thirteen calnnlitn waii'
sweet songl was silenced by the filr, on th,, jinyftul oca.r sion." The ob.
first booming of the guns. The whito serviinr1 e of thite day was not conifued Ia ORDON B. T1la N.
charger carried the emperor as pirolud- to New York Ot.D D
ly as ever; the wide nostrils suiffle DLNTIs'r.
the battle clouds as they had ofteu A Disastrous Calamity.
done before. A musket ball struck the
creature' flanks, and the white skin It is a disastrous calamity when you oce l aw ch
and golden bees were stained with lose your health, because indigestion OmclamLe r Law hchre
blood and dust. and constipation have sapped it away. OAIUWVLLB *,.
Late In the afternoon Napoleon Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's -- --- -
turned his horse's head from the tielt. New Life Pills. They build up your THE WEST END.
The battle was fought and lost. Only digestive organs and cure headache,
Marengo'a feetness and tireless cotir diizinen, colic, eonstlpalton, etc. FINE WINES, LIQUORSK & CIGARS
age remained between hinm and 'ap- Guaranteed at all drul ltore*; 25c. JOHN MlNZID, .proriesor.
tivity. Nobly the old horse resileoued
to his call. Away through the trampled .. 19 W. B y s.. Jawkwonatll, rs.
thorn, ero the broken ground.U Faust beer, botale and d raoght. Don't
through the awful scenes of slaughter lAIIIIfal to sall oa me when in Jaksoavillo e
VdW the heaps of the deal (luin dilng: lhu ountyI 400& in
away through the mrerclfl dfiih nei s Ala4ihua soonly is 808,400 aere in
away through the me area, has 248 miles railroad 900
of the summer ulght; away toward mlle wagon road, M possol c.,
Paris once again. 128 publie schools, 27 phosphate
That was the last time Naploleon plants, 0 saw mill, $71,000 court
rode his favorite. Lord Petre found houn, five newspapers, and pro.
the poor beast, wounded and utterly due corn, eotto, rice, eagar,
worn out, at a roadside inn. where oats, rye, pottoe, pineapples, or. TAMPA. FLA.
Napoleon had entered his carriage, anges. pelacee, pears, plome. e.-
leaving the horse behind. Marengo cans, and all kinds of vegetables.
was brought to England, and eve- .aine l te o L AT
tually sold to Gener:l Angerstein of LOW RATES
the grenadlers. Ills old al ge wa
paaad at AngerAteinl's pilae in Nor- Has fourteen ehurches, two puble VI
folk, where the horse--to the last schools, the Universily of Florida,
"boeatfl as a pictutre"- attracted priate schools thee news penr
muc notice, On his death the gen- nitred Ste land ofe*, t~e bet ATI COA T
al presented one of the hoofa to hir water, ire alarm syOsem e.etriesT
old comrades of the ;uardls tbrigade. meabinae pIt, tbme wood ftls
and another belongs to GeneralA Anger. r ie, cotton g, tweo mao halries
ateinl' family, at Weeting Hall, Nor- three railroads, two feralll si AI I ESV I
otL--Lodon Modemn 8 'iety. ufacturing companies, b LA P V
manufmactory, i*e re lai tW AI L
Bkst Pniment on Earth. pela ne plant, two Ibakl, TO T A M P A P A r I
stocked ,stores braeg eve-$4
Heary D. Baldwin. Superintendent thing in the esuentol lId uun $4.
City Waterworkl, Shulisbur. Wis,
_wr--, .GT L-a- .-du m-s- L;fAr- is


Wrint -'I have r11ied many loo u
linolmete, bat I have never received
muei beIIn until I used Ballard's
8now Llioeat for rheumatism and
paies. I think i the best liniment on
earth."' Ibe,0s an $1. Sold ty W.
W JohMoi.
SUi N amaeaid.
*Gen' the whole way, mtiterP In-
tudd the pLassang with the geen
*e e a te ootk out bi astMbox.
;P pln U to se tttag bimalf for a
U-^ uak--td r
a sa Iterrogted eyed him atten-
tiae Iy thMO repUed:
"M. I pt ut at the third statkto.
I ia Oln s collect soe moswy
~m to Ma g6 rI0es applied. To
eas I am a wheilal grocer. The boal-
M WM Wt toIe b by my father. I
1 .ill m ave eve Tchildren. The
elal is eleeaM years oM. I am esrat
t8 e yawrr sad imwe mestha gar-
MLl -I See 1 a a letac howe
MM* at a My Witle ts fair a
sen weslu 5seon, ,wee a daiy-
S** Ilii arli r i wIr. Iade ls
"M u wc r e h af ha veIO*
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9WL tesh ma me seq 94
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THE SUN


JOB PRINTING
DEPARTMENT


Makes a Specialty of All Klods
of Plain and Facy


Commercial

Job Printing
o. .Fo r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blaaks on Short lotUe.
The leeOWan- leatwt from simlOoO
Ol eiudr esew I is -eeIlbS
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nom irn so ** Ts. "dgo
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Tiske c sowaleNovember I, W, 1,
20,.as7o and. lowFinal Imtaf
of G" Deweber 1. ISM
For fell Imformalso 6"Aidn the
obfee or hr ramus m ll om A tint 1
Owes Lies @Vte or wulte
FRAXK C BOIfTION1.
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CLYDE LINE


PFOTUZ SJ.AILI0TC lEAOC WBZB3K0
BETWXEN
Jackeonville and New York,
Calling at OHARLESTON, 8. C., both ways.
The Pila t 8t emsiUpIa atis Ce otvi 6wvrloe
Tlhe lyde New England and Southern Lines
Direet S8rvloe R&sw JACKSONVILLE, BOHTON and
PROVIDKNOCZ and All Easterna Polw,
Oallingl t Charlreton both ways.
BJ MI-W 38 3EXLJ-T B1.A IXaNIGR
Southboond... .........................From Lewis' Wharf, BMato
Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherlie st., Jamesomvlo

Clvde St. Johns River Lie
ISetween JACKsUONVILLM and SANirOND
Stopping as Pilatha. Astor, fS. Frmael., Blerlfor (DLamd .land lasermedisse
Landiae on 8t. Joha River I eommeaelmI Wedneday, November 11, 130,
rBTAMEKS
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBABY"
Are appointed to sil as followed: i Lve Jasek0oville daily elzeepl Slr,
days, a a i80 p. m. Returning, leave Hanford, daily ese**pst days, aila. a.

etebe M*CHDULBM Aruium
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Take The Atlantic Coast Line

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THE DAILY SUN: GAI


VLLE, FLORIDA. NOVE


NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

. Matters of General Interest Gath.
S- ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What Is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragrae. I" S That "He Who Runs May Re*d"
It In The Sun.


Attend the Bargala hale at New York
: nRasket,
Dry oak and pine wood. J. N. Bone.
Phone 19.
Ladies'ealling cards In latest styles
at S un offloe.
i Bg ale relng en at New York Racket
all th week.
Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to
J. R. Emerson.
Mrs. E. T. Finklea of Riehelle wu
ln the o ly yesterday.
The saleat New York Racket will
e satlae all the week.
One slightly-used Conover piano,
S half prie. A. R. Harper.
Three-pound can tnnmatoes for ios
este at the Oash Grocery.
Order your Christmas fruit cakes
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
L L N. Pearce. the popular Alaeliia
m erehant, was in the ally yesterday
Myron Jaokoon of (eala is the wel.
e nome leat of the family of Milo eon.
el o(if thief city.
C A W. Thomas has returned from
i a bualsne trip to Williston and other
I plhae In that aeetion.
SThe new vltrifSed briak sidewalk In
front of the block south of The Sunn
offie Is a good improvement.
For e14le or EKxehate-~ large nuam-
ber of hores Cheap for eash. Call
on Ilunter A :dwards1. d3Sllt
Furnished room to rent on bl(ok ad-
julnlrg square. (erntlemr n tensnt
preferred Apply at Sun o mr1
II Mi rivreS. the nlrserymiis, has
au *aribit of hi. prodl'tes a tile t8ate
Fair. aud tor herv to liHik after It.
J. B. MeDonald is now located at
Oarrabelle, where lie has requocsted
that The Sun iw forward to himnt
Turpenltne lease for rsal at this of.
e.,, fast por dosen. S3 per hundred
Cash must sooimpany order dawtf
8 ed tOats! Slaee(d (t" tloth Trias
uast jihrf and Kinoty-days stock to
ufer c'hela for rash tee us tru.,re you
,b buy ti h. M-erehant & Co
Hewrr-l-I *ilI pay W rrwarl for
appr triili, t and onvietlol l if party
or part wtr mnialllatd mi) irrrixatIg
plats.. John M IFlwellen
The laldie of the First iaptust
COurch will rre at the churrh this
afrtraoon at 3 o'clock. A fi:. at.
leldalce s earnuetly rlqueetd
t Whk in a ned of any horse. or
rules, btmee or wanls. homes or
lap rosm eall on Crawford A DIare
Their prie" always the beet and the
lowesl.
We have oa ee a earluad of maine
mad a car!ued of bores We earmaa-
tse uur "tck aad refead perehar
re. ac' LUise itw oseW days If aame
h eoSa faOetaae W 1.1oa.


Trade at New York
the sale.


Racket darling


Hard wood for sale in car lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredondo, Fla. d9t
Three pounds X X X X creamery
butter for $1 at the Cash Grocery.
H. S. Hewitt. M. )., of Mashawaka,
Ind is registered at the Brown House.
Anyone having city or country prop-
erty for-eale may apply to Orr& Steen-
bur,. Gainesville, Fla.
We do not defy competition but* in.
vite inipeetion and guarantee stock
and prices. W. R. Tbomas,
W. B. Ellis of Oedar Key was in the
city yesterday. His host of friends are
always glad to grasp his honest palm.
Just Received-A fresh car of fine
Kentucky mules and horses, suitable
for all purpose. Come and look them
over. Crawford & )avis.
If you have property and want to sell
it. see Orr & Steenburg. If you want
to boy, it would pay you to see them
also, as they have some desirable sites.
Miss Marie Richardson, principal of
the Arrcdoodo school, spent Saturday
in the city with her aunts, Meadames
0. Merchant and H. H. McCreary.
When you want a pleasant physio
try Chamlerlalu's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
)roduoe no griping or unpleasant ef-
et. Sold by all druigists.


A MMTT'ER OFHEAL7TH


IA = Holiday Shopping


A. V. Loag of Starke was at the
Brown Houtet yesterday.
Freh rival of that elegant Peal
Berry Qo4p tlhhe Cash Grocery; 26)
e0t perpMi p
MIslsNtti'lobb is attending the
!ate Fair at lampa. Mrs. R. L Robb
expects to joli her tomorrow.
Fletoher-Buarett, the clever clerk at
L. J. Barkbim's. has hung up his tape-
mea0ure fora few days and gone to the
State Fair.
The Now York Racket Store keeps
everlastingl t the bargain buanoesa,
besee tbey advertise for profit-aod
the people alo profit by their ads.
Here 1e* Goes If you want 20
pod bet Iraamlated sugar for $1
drop your ,lver. If you can't stand
the drop, Otep from under. G. 8. Mer-
obhat & Co.
OonpCarrmao Frank Clark of Lake
Oity Isin the dcty. Mr. Olark is one
of Florida's brainiest public men, and
bhs a maSgoetSm that brings to him
many frieoda.
At most all social function where
the very best Is demanded you'll find
they use Blue Ribbon lemon and va-
uills extraeta. There's nothing just
like the "Blue Ribbon Flavor."
We k*ep a good lot of Kentucky
stock on hand at all times and have a
fre er every snth. When in need
of good stock oall on us. We defy
competition. Orawford & Davis.
Lost-Between John Chesnut's resi-
dence and the Episcopal church, a sil*
ver ehatelaine purse with ghild's hand-
kerchief and a penny in it. Return to
little Jessie Cheenut and get reward.
Remember you can work a horse or
a mule bought of W. R. Thomas ten
days and return him, getting every
eent of your money batk if not satis-
fled, but we do not defy competition.
W. R. Thomas.
For Bale or Exchange-Desirable
hotel property in Obicago. Fine loca-
tion. Party desires to come to Flor-
ida, and will sell or exchange for Flor-
ida property. Address 174 Oakwood,
Ohicago. d6w2
H. M. Chltty returned from Miea-
nopy on Monday, where he has been
for some time, suffering from dengue
fever. His brother, Arthur, who is
afflited with rheomatium, has tem.
porarily, at least, lost the use of his
left arm, but is thought to be slowly
gaining.
Calvert Smith, the brilliant young
cartoonist of The Jacksonville Times-
Union, was in the aity on Monday, en
route to Tacoma, where he will on
Wednesday wed Miss Margurite Reece, I
the accomplished daughter of Dr and
Mrs. Reece of that place. The many


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The 5 IDAYS' SPECIAL SALE bs been a ired Msmeese. Our tore has been
TheI 5 rG D A S SPECIAL SALE ero.wd d WiLh aaxioneoar buyers from early
mornisl till late at might. But there are many of our eity and oonatry friends who have aot bad a opportunity as
, o ,,, ,r..e ed. Continue the Sale for the Balance of the Week o,,er to
have therefore decided to giveo ~every.
one an opporLunity toa take advantage of he matealee valoe that we are offering. All out pride will continue for
tie blaehOi of the week. If you haven't beem to the ale, tae advantage of the grreat doetigope numerous articles
of nmrohandie. JOIN THE CROWD aId some to the store where the dollar buys the moot.
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COFFEE, I I 5c
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'ts. H. L Matkes of Micanopy
in the city Monday cal lin on her
morning friends


was
ni-


READ THIS.
Ct.rariiie s Ts% .Jun 6. 1, II.
Dr E. W. hall . Luur. Mo.: Dear
Loesor-lt 1s with pleasure that I r*e.
ummend your Texas Wonder for kid.
My and bladder troubles. a my wife
and myself have both usd it and *ei
perieneed wonderful relief from its
taee C.NA. W iURIT

A TEXAS WONDER.
One small boUi of the Tea Wmoe
der, Hail's One Daeovery s urm all
kiday and blid4er trombi. remove
gravel. cures diabets. aeinal egale
stoon. week and llme baek. tbemU.
Ute and all trregularnse of the kid.
uays sad bldder a tbth mea sad
women. rea t bladder trmbles a
lhakdrea. If m- sold by your druqggm,
nill be m ap mail oa rweapM of ri.
t oe small botUe u two mouth* us.
meat and eldem tals to perfuet a
eu.r Dr. SLme W. Iall.eole ImnM.
rtMurr.P. O.t boa M t. t. L Ms.
tOad t etaial. Said hy a
droau ,o,


PHIFER


SPhifer'd Corner.


The aWae at New Terk Raeket stil
guaC ea.
Onue new Masoe & BAmlia meaogaay
piano. Anlmat half price. Come
quiek. A. R Harper.
F. 1 Irwin, general merchant at
Fairbanks. wasla the oitly yesterday on
business and made The Sun a plem.aut
$all
Call today and mee t" beautiful
('biekeriag malougay piano. a it is
sid and goee et omworw. A. R
Harer.
J. H. M Kirbyof Newberry wa t
the ity Moedayand med The Seo a
pl"mt *"'eI" l to lihmit-o.e dol-
lar a year.
Bora, to Mr. aad Mrs. P. H. Perry,
Monday. Novemer 1 0It. 1 a so.,
weight eight powad. Frieade estead

The reidenfeet Ofl. W H. Palmer
is North taineeville i bing altered
4ad lImrovrd by th addioa of a larme
bay widow.
The Coa6tDesal Oah aee a vry as-
Irac1Ie olcetus 4ai hba up is iWMs
ro tha pelar rswa de or the
mar t **ll---M m- 'Idos
evey da


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GAIlBVILLE, FLORIDA


St)aee lb awhile n~ ns* urr r... I


--v- as-- i ---, - -V dp v 31 -1 1
oae to kaow whom the new Epoeopal
church Is to be completed. Two me rl
were walks aloesg a few days ago,. I l
when one asked the other when he-
thoopht the ehurh would be tn,.hed.
when he Ihooght a moment and an-l Alachua
swemed: "I gos it will be ready f,,r
the Resorreaeioo morniua." C. n
FINE PAINTING.


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ILE' FA TORIT
EM)ORT.

Pool Parlors,
".P rtOrwS.


Lu awd in the uM BIQAas "&
The Rwsdees OR. ofDr PIt P, At. side square. 9 ThreIrqel
"V e Sg. AneMO eI(LOWad lights, and rompm ad mss
Oerviee .Th pub iciseOudiafltr
If p"o':o bacw what a ai r'nc MWyivers wetleae.
there was in paint in listing q.al itlog
and in prewvvimg wmd they wru, i g,
mo"n bett he beet tet ou meld Iet.s
do many hats, bore dr",,q- Ij D O N OT '
they W~dly know which toas b N
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whoem yh flud as whet* palat u at w I HAY WlJ) f*wn.d -e w-aImmsoft
veord de ar itai0'and k as hr Iit ti t6!* 11" i 't o o "
though it Were as a" w Ua erial yo~j' 4u~..I- i&" lam tpow senw
canrs amarerod sic sjd P ': ak ,o~ ,U. a trP
pe of this 1b id a th o the 9( -i r,%rAr- 'e # Nit s-i
of N)PL411t EastM!s 6 t, 1*. -" IF ftua ed spe.flt
Xocba Ths Ie dI' l ;'aca6I 4 M s 'i *4CCg10
hOl, re 1om4 at1 a I I W.: Mde to
dartkbrew.,bewt ws reptd With JAMES F. SAMfi
the Ievis' I MP. Ces par Palo& a 6 u-, (* l
it bmW u and "n mew Ityou utOu~j % flow Lp bn UPS
rn rwl m" L araq P40 V is = W hrtWaa OeM
demo bey sI" e s' o CeoIpt up* oar= g#Wl
PUM as a" K, 1 aft All
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P-ree our r nmDles.
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