Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 22, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01030
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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SOL. XII, NO. 246



"Reds" Are Preparing For a

Pohtioal Bevolntion.


While the Great Strike Failed to Mate.
realize, Yet Russian Socialists Are
Preparing to Force Government to
Grant Their Demands.

St. Petersburg, Nov. 21.-With lit
collapse of the strike, the l(aurdt a
tht "lttd" sey they will now d(lvut
their energies to the preparation uf
universal political str'e to ulsltali
tio revolutionary program when :Lu
national ameembly meets.
Thlce plans which were budlenly up
s t by the precipitation of the ralluoa.:
strike last month, are exceedingly a:li
b:";ous involving the co-operation ut,
t.i' workmen in the cities andi tlit pi'a-
utIl:y, and If possible, the aruy anLl
ta y.
The propaganda among the sollii r-
an I sailors will be pushed tnrrc' ,
a!y. The leaders already cluni thar
they have organized tae i)a ,antry .11
live district of Kharkuff piloincl,
the peasatts having agreed not to
work for the landlords hlien the strike<
Is called. They anticipate thaI thit
faniine which is at the doors of alinl-
15.U)0,0 0 peasants of the central Ipri,
Itlces according to e.-truatey. s I.
prove an effective ally of tie agit: tt :
a- they promise to give the pa.-aiit'
land to an unllmited cxtcer. T!-
p)ague which is nIvwin n northwar I
froil the Kirghiz s'eppii,. If not
D'amped out In tho Vitui'a it 'ou. Imrt
a':o) he made to be rve' tl:e pulrpuose ,
ari)usng the Iguorant and huiilr.ti
liniis peaaanta. The Ira'rlers will
urrg the proletariat overyNtl:er- to "-
co pr( pare-l tu filiht fir
thirlr rights.
'riTe struggle In prcrrris In 'ho' aN's
no'A xetlitVO ('C(IIgr I ,- w hntAt'l- w II
Ir.'enr e interest. Th' t mainn qu,..'ion,
to he decided is whether i!'' remtvl
IVs will co-opera!e \ilh t.,, g'i,-ra
ment and on what tneruis.
The test probably w1:l cir,,o rt';n
thE, rmolutlons to be off. redl i! %1
Y:miroveki. mayor of Sara'rff ar
-I Knoheerf,. mayor of Kharkoff. pro
Ip',ing coeoperailoo with Clounti \Witt
in the general paclfisatlon of ti, c','In!
try and the Introduction of the refornms
with the uaderitanding that the nation
&I assembly will work out the d ta ..i
ThP men who are making a fight on :l p
neceslty for supporting Count Wlrte
lurge tbht luSles the country s tron
qnillted. the government will he forced
to rett U to yactionary me-asures
From the dispatches roerived. how
ever. It la Ikely that even if the ra.li
Cl1 wint Ia out voted certain guaran
tO f will be demanded as the price of
eOoperatlon of the smaMtrvo:t It l
*Imalbeat that a detegate to *h' rAin
"at who pearatdL him e at hie tr
r"eeatdw of th Jewish population Iof
Vilah. Uthalst Is laciuded. Many Il I .
eral heis bWhIve tht the cOOnlT q II
Saur* to r t is a Slit and tht thb'
PRa4dIle WIg stanag o lia Ilttarr
uipo1 a 1 oatltaist anaembly anl It":
verul k iage Pwill r*ts all cro.i-c
tol Vfth the Dlirw eat The platr
iodly l"a by Se ei:ream,.
* R*taight 4o of ef turalna tthe eo
s*r tatre a Soaustlt t asnrSb:y A
PrSs to bave ftls throtbg
r* A0 hither taformnst'oei ia,
le rectIved rIvga ag the r,-'r,:.
th @ amp@er *ho *h VOaN2 t,1 "
urtc I at the hbad of tboausa o: oi
iaits bit tlhe reovtaf oof Pna 'tr
t1 6bKIee the se ha baoMw o *s' a.
*at*a tha th anras*r .t -c pa. t'
a* "*"*Ot i a state of ali ,;

- -I

Aws kfts wom g rpwokj bys .
Uhht.&ay 'u the(~ On dtck cb'- rrq' h

~Iy (taer bet', yeserday fIr cii' 'I'

"d QW f tn *&41w
SS-et Rh~3r~e.l 5. ,s~~,

**ll~ftfftfb" Twvlisp.- ,
d 0M bmr d MW fa a
~~, B~~l~



Great Amount of Currency Was With.
drain from Banks.
NPS , k 'u, Nov. 1 -- Iintiriath
wa%., :.iJ i. foie Attortiey tni: r;l Mrvy.
Or ;:.ti a Tamnmaiiy lal r ,it w $;!0,-

00Q') it: dollar 1!:Ls fromr a hank

a~t pt' 1 irt n:. S.tieoui

N, naine of thiis .!-a,1 r. the

"I: S 1it >.i i i It II be ~4of

I 'heIt: .]'Iiu Ur llmit-Y the

F I) I:.)it n 4

i title11, h it t c 11111 '.. I

4,~%I) el. a i~hal

it i it dl ~tv- 11t I i ikt i

at 'i ll oi : l : t oi t i a L I c u i t )
N- ,A'Y,:k.or Troeht.N*r

fit\% 1111 1 l.;llil ,; -

. 'iit last tight "W-
t1 rm('ter11 'hrt ill i jil'


Cl-!vo-1,nd Ohio Man.Endeavoring to
I"".,rest John 0. Rockefeller.
v,-.,. I' t ik-. N Iv. 2 1. -IIt M IIr- s i
Ii W. i 2- 'it'/lA t h0 IIWX he 1u' 0) A of ( '* e. e
I and l Pctiailet beth on a rrti-..t
;. ml in is in New Yotrk and trvyAn
:, I:-i %t Johit I). ltiec'kc'fetii r in x
7 -:..rt to PWAtabhtli the "newsic-'
W: r '!iV "OE'f.
': l ,ew t vi raf hi'ir, with

r ;,, I W'N ", r I&). il 1, CI)
(I !,nc i ba 1'ic ';':'e'r I^ lu~t Ias ill 'ci
i* in I ho- u -iA ,eoy5 ifin New
1 1-4 Itt thies' tfat ti altitef
Vi i li 1 ein K.T1 sid la~t lih~t
\\ -%r?.I !ai N.-w Ycii k on fti 4in#-PN
I c' e'line to aeeq-k with Mr
(r -)e nt-ii'r;.ng It e e'owlilIon
I 2'. 1 V iii C ill tuil e'f If tma. Ik
hrnough 'Ye ry ie-ason In
il I'~n'iAiitpxirt them'ne'iveit Anil
:nme ,, !t;-,e''hIr fanitlitec In C('lev
1 n.I beA. h i- 11ii11 % 5 e I itu It
i.o ti vcertent In ta y s tot Tha
1w,: s ,' 4 4iein~ihuo h !-iurt- In the even
It ,. anl 4t.- rave them Imge limes.
T"hir n-i:i.i' rx Incre-acsdi iTe-r. hmt
ne-.tr i he n a aIntie pince' tiat Brit seos
slier. wht-n rer. of t Ias' l There Is ao
r rann %a!i : t. rlnwe'.-oys of every City
in the c'e-t' r. *alifti t). ,ructgied and
I nm o rrri '', ,I AeV a View to Now

Rank 0Af Rws, Iafm Legat li.
~ pe e '7 Nov !I ?- -Tbe qte

jjj.jij!i &X*P,, a,'I I4I)' III RAL toe
I c.'crf u,.:. '.,I -'tb llbe unee'r
oelk* .'IS lat er1t *
be'rauet .. re.-j putti'g h'

e4Croa at P.'khn

--:-a I~.&& Oe ;?,)

r'* a uss-2 I
n -Ol' 14. o II a

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ie g l .e


To Continue the Work of Con

structing Canal.


Board of Panama Canal Conmissioners
Will Ask Congress for Money to Car.
ry Them Until June 30, :J/--Need
of Funds imperative.
\\nshington, Nov. t1.- -At: e .*'i!iat
of $1( .Ii,'dJ forI CuUliinit. . .. 1
the I'anaiil ('canal hasu tli :, tI
lt ta.ll r) tdo la llllell t (or A I' dJ
Vpai ln.c!: to be s lit to c lia -'.
I'ht > lllla 1 t of1 ixtI n t1 1. .oil1 1
lI -s i. i, t \i\ p i,l urtur s i. in
c;udi'n th 1 .:w cal ) ar il. .:. ; .

A part of ;il money t ,
a:.. ia onlc tlll'i Ui l an vnil
prI ti o all ll; he anyskel as
g r c nll n Ist a in norl r tl .
I;1a, jipr 'ixeed It s Htiitf
flr f ( f lhl, 4 ,- ( h)-111,I lMlol to,.

10 its mlllit 4 ti iul' e d f lt'e U
gre's-4 1' 1iit%& ll work II
'r,,, ( tie ma t i. Iml mnade
gatll tip llit. prop~osi] lto In

.\Avilv'ate (f a lock rat,.,
yet d i(lh>alritl ,of i curing
:;un of lilhIt it canal notl '
tli' fIact iilr lth coi nsull '
hnail deci'hll d In favor of
caIna; It It |iiipoil t'l ouit
di( isiit n to iih thi pi'
tlia the ipta;:er of time
w il b <>ri l.|itrr( I ty rins
ly I: Is al'o known it
tli nt l, v, ry :irl hnls4 to h,.
Co rl. l! -li:' il ;i! iin 'arly h. t1i
riiasolli Im .l 1 to fHi%
nal. A trA ng ri.'ineort

II 4th
II 4' It.
I' ~'t. it
itt 1111

a' t'' iii.
4e ,

\ .ti Htt It'
t. ,, t' Ie- I
' 't) "' I 1P "
, 'N miill ii':
* l lil 'e I -
1 -, !'I t'
t tl i.

k"n *
t f i
i 1. ,* ,
i l i li>i ,i '
.t Il' c-i
rel tr I It

favo l o f t l>IK k ( al :ia : l I" l' h ,.o:l li
the five mini irjt whaI : I l ,,re i1 :i
thel nitj, rity


SLife Insurance Comm aiioner of Call
fornia Presants Novel Plan.
Ran Franlrsco, No, .- --A M ,ron
W'olfEi the- priee 'it .** Ilti irntilre
c'niiillltifonl r. In (cn'ir 'Ion alitih li'
de-vet;(,lm entl i miladil I. in thic lIn tur
dance inver'lgtlon In ww York, hat
framed a lIne of sar 'tl. with relating
to the department of lif Ins lorance'
and ha. prepared a I,.ftral line of ae
tlon of his altt ade on the remlt of
the erxptirite of the a niladmtnItsra.
tion of the corapanies' alairs. Wolfe
bna 4dWlded rto go befr the leisla-
ture sad Ireommfnil't Imponrtl
chantes In the laws a coirl the rea
latioa of laaurance rpaale Ia ('1r
Iforali He haa .~.c, l--d that there
shall bo a limitation on the aseat of
the oompanite and lth' no company
should be aollnwed Ito lo bIeal In
this atatle f its ellats are more than
I000.MO.OO Wolfe also brlleve
there shal be eeoert sertim byr
etaees of fthe esnlo se that the legle.
Iation nmlght mea *a# la~mIr aa to
the retitrl rtur sad rgu;alIlos.
-w~ rv-- f -- -----~
kJapeh n eot CeOup.
Tklo,. Nor 1l. It is re r here
that Roasi apprebadlonl a mttoly of
prilee on board t h. rea, p erve,.
verlag them hfe Jai,*a. a e the
JIpsaea plrlmeat ',, smI tae.
with wrmlU b o VijemAftWg. Th
JapaW Jelrhed to 4u dItrag
eanmt bet tohe m mtalo i theI
way and eavy 'A tia- v.e8 ti so s
to eat AairWl koaiam io
reprfe to t be epas a NhSble i

came5 heoe tf eeo rs f.v f 0
od the rls i. e MAI Y im. I
Peat beeas i a1 IM. L

Two M e IM~uem l '. t.
t(ataaeoa Tlra '*v ti-A-As th-
Mrat4 of a astry :.4 I biiragl -
l*le, W a 'C Sr a rde;ste .;U:
to Ortire of, '.e *be* Sa 0, t .t..wr, 1.
*a as Ij a Is. r a aI a w d HLML i

L sew aiw r -., w ', i enrt a.-. !

iafney tae1IF t., rem abi. *I
bdm wa4 a*d I f1, led t w"

of adm v"as seagevar.


Interesting Address of Texan at Label
Federation Meeting,
Pltsiburg. Pa., Nov. 21.-Tbe open.
tog of the' seomid week of the Amer
loan Fedteratiou of lAbor convention
was mar-ed by an Interesting ad-lrt-e
by K A. (Calvin, of Fort Worta, Tex.
represenliuag the' Firmen' EIducatonal
and (hD4)jwraive Union of America.
IrI. (alvin utated at tae last couve'n
tIou of the farmers' unloiis a resolu
titin fWAS aloilted putting on record tho
mIniluti for the future xclualve piir
cha,,. (of rnlonrnivdt *ixx. pit. l le
the ptirl'4-ci (oI the furnwrmr' union was
to v~llt'ui.at'spotculnI ion III Cotton)1. TIhe
('rnticr.ti of hIII0 tlton nimnipl hby .4pr
11~r11tititiq III:h IIIstopped 11donyII bI t y
ro-111 ;'at In Altsit.,organirvtd lalor can
t hi 1w). iIt'o i I' litlieci dw ithe rn I

in to do (1 l in thoir Ipowcer to all aniy
fioetl lic I 'A Ill I eIll tit thet11111. N r

111(' )f t;t' ', I the' Unionler0, I q

the iiiiitt, (in the pI,,roi'ldvt' an
nital reitit 1 'itltod ii itt' eeiietii~loii
or t imt ri4iio '11 ". 41 ii
(NmitucitjlI.I (tit it on hwr-,ou

n iI 1.idii I Fi 6viIIII0


Critlsh Seamen Belonging to Prince
Louis' Snuadron Stranded,
.Ne i I i Ntiv .1 -- l iut .1)0 anitll
1 frr'etI >tl'h It: ; wh I-'llts iltI n r ii clt l

ll. i i I t % l P l ie it 4111 1c lt LtlI a )h w lig
fi I I I l I i e- II r. yroi lt II h eIoI

-I' if. l' .l l. Li' I' iP to I l tl oIr i i

I ll, li I i, I A n e i te' I tIJ ti r a
gI.1' c: 'l, l i Af | II l l I t ; ;|1|| II
f' 1 ALi t i.f rIii I r', I i ai i1r4 ciin-g '

w h it ..a Ti i i i t .l i ilt in I IA l >ic li
a t n ti o, to l11 t 1n Oitlfp on

o't ', 1i l 1 <'l l rc li-ir l il it ItI )
of P c 'l i n.e ), l | ) g,. y g el | tO tMII
ri n '.il il, l < l.i
M .lih t of th!o r,'<**,, l n irM lipt.
T7 ir 'l l f>, i. III N r in il | had lwrll
trlikcii fitis, !::om i n n l|liit I) r vitorls
anild l e> I ,. ti i l t tl)sll Iht 'r lrniton y
t fI.rv ,iiItIiit tI h ,li r IIl|p N M all iy
of 1th'1 i Iri v :ii a*-1I) Ap oilllh ve h then
niinmitgrat ion mtilhorli|-a for their re
turn to FIlxan1l n ('Prlam1lo anrI
Watchrhrn Mhli that a lre of *i a aild
would be Itll4 olln lhe priart'a est faor
Offer ailor who appears to have b*e
lift strimle.Id i N. w York, tie ease
as Is IiMposd on raptale iof raat-At
lateti steamera for *reVry f elgraat
smgil9erd late thoe anile.d Slatl wits
out due eamllasilim.

Ca tre Eapllim His Aetie.
New York. Nov. I1,-A -* able d
ptrhb on Tie H1er h frem (~lallel

Y-,'e'l" say rfsm a ta e el' t f oarfr
abo mne' getao usbo ieh e Y 4u w1
SI.1 rqyaaed retulea sadI lale Ia
,hem. Ofe* I-& 5l &p bman Sa&S
Is v a-w badas a peat to I s

hewed SNOedm"MSW




French St-amer Totally Dea

proved on Les Portes Reef.


Many Bodies Are Picked Up on the
Beach-Corpse as Found Presented
an Awful Speata.l., Showing 'the
Terrible Struggle They Under*ent

I Itris NiII tL- pt I k iLitit r
'tt Hit % Col tor rS 1. NI a Ioftl'' Ilcraitv
ant AVi 'A414i0 .1tI !'It Ii(il Oil 1,11s IiM 101
at I it- uu I a.l4v 4 J it rl in IgI; tliti

4-~ (11 nh 11i %, I tln It I lis- o-4.4 o
3 etrip 4lo1nit Iieiii ioth the ioir
(Nlut it Inr-4uig s,& ala taurt ,with a
11.1 e'h A t l ii W h11111. til t l it111 of the
liI I I ll'I. Ia 1) t) to 11i. th1 'limiul) ltgat of
Ie lit Ii itel I lie, St Nfth)Ii gol:et houtt ',
litv Ri a I itleit chwe'renot sen
1P) 1klw i -ein i'lig'ceeis uiai.Ithe' the, .1vtti nt'i.
#,r pa'-' it, Iisi 1) t3(4eu~itarithe light.

'11;1 it I i, lillt k ati-kic tilt- 1(k'6Pl 1.&
Wl .11114 14 e I ljrn A:Il l X will 111w
wI"s cuI It lit It),iving (liet h Ie ia ingt
nio 'Itiii, 14) nvo 1vPIiir live-%.
-r VVnI b IN'.Ite-.4 meAfingitt it-Its At
qP inn i~ii' iff t it-. villaieofor'i cast yps-
!a) l Ie) etei %111 1j; T e' cuas t near lHt.
ie-i'-- e- 'e'ewithl ih the % rekaxi.

'I ttce '1lnrhuctie l~lIiee lUtrem'fl Ierw
%A l 0e' l'iiinfarnwit a ret iruting to
F'r.i .e iPA it', he B V )aitinplsP it iicl frotm
s. ,'. it t I W ir yva r I Y hart cit rot

E,1:1 t.11 hfiir ini.aiu IAIO iteie Keitlig ice

I I t, W11fellIII'N 1411,'

A ri't e, eo I, e lit v ,
i n e rt M e e i f i I ~lie ii lo 'it ion t fi c'l*ism
Tilt v giltI1,, .11, ti ft e. 1vlte awlalee we're
e'rr'itn l 4,41 In P v1. itill ( ittle 1 I lil,1
v o. i ii-seite (cfis 'euts 41 a tt'irlf- l t spe e
Iscloe %vist iares iio a,$Is V% twtght.t In
tall tiltvcc Illne fti-I ha n, i l omi If riat
t lie- lie ato ito, ut mit, rtiiug'i fur lift,

123 Men Were Drowned.
14011110h. Nlov *.,I Teeilt, n-ton anti40
Pio'tawe''oort, RAIlway 1.'wampanSly an-
siminted this aft irnuept, t ~sat an ciiil
dela ropwt hall toe'e't, re ro-yipief ront I t.
M410 le inlg thast Phe' 'ecal rnumtlwieof
porwauaa oa r-11 lthe- 1Ihitiawrecked
oft the Pkrenrh reeasl Ito ileay smoruj
woon 1s$ As Only six ae.re savited. 188
wwee Iruviw md
A telegrarn frernin RW(%tst of, @SrS.
main, Rare 'he''s,1,1IsI~,lief hatte bee"
weaboo.4 ctooc#onthe' olearh

Iratal Ispkle" snef Gas fJet.
Col!v FtoIIin?' Pisc14 N o asi ue

Ww y.,ria %,9 .11 ?1 s*W
be.. reC el "~ ,~~ er heab

etaae"&ea,, bn'4 *) e n 'elats-
I" 1.gsJ P'Iatbr i. -, t 16 eOW
Of dsa, a4 SuIAM

*i *'.'fl ii -

i.ffiaeo' tat a,'

i't~ v-e C

vote -i

says Ial Presdtat Cftulo a deased fI.. h'r.' 4IItay 6 ia m elt Wa Hasp
taat lbo MYOUSIVO Verol Is &M *44 fl, ht-rer ftofry 11alpfal Wgda HY
"MtSh tor Oed to e ('00ti1n (.,th ptul. )Judges, I4 dyIn 4e
The (cAimbnah hospital H. hae J aret
11 the PWFeege of .efblla him tl Ie itsop" tho vamlt In his fh1 "d
make a iae 0remi to Pvaaea pfts "'s ar) loe. h imaatl
"lled l"Mou ww aoro. 1Wwftwt",t el-$# 6 a ac ( t nwro
ins ied io rit miown *NIP,, ss Ief&1r-.s WW bees kisihtg,
taI bhe h tmtl oa W F sWl followed
&esor fha rva mMbIget at el*W Sri fb Ehrwb tacme s o hsi
fhe.v reqessmatd Ow A~Merlseis;.ar,
1r Offh 11*v v*P'Sorp le mrnewas,
Mr. Remelt. to r"Ovet the 1,111 us,* k, *4Osfr#a Is ulgf
elae!M0 funftde istho Plusly 410&r(, vseunt all the giw 1a% I Lb 'c
Wih were oe en Se IYa Inaeat

Fe~ i Peb4* Is Ifew O"Oeas Pie4peets Are Ace idllee.
Now U WW s OT III Tto 11r' ldtasia %cuv i--4" W W
begbae b@"&*I that b"e er 4cAM F r. 4,A'bifs* of *iele, she Was rObbee
Is New OrU1. we A rSi`016 '0-a" Is? 10 s rsaotierlenis em ow n iby pmb h
the death okf0. 0. FCeags. full be : h bet. gonriay ru p.to The Oty a&&I
,be Jiir Mee 4 heo 40"1111 A 4 11 prifi.J m4 o the m0n" f
'Wte glohbPncbe*ass it Is beh-avedJai*he1 b" ib.paty V" VA hI.
eirw r the e.4 d ting o. be me 'f11 r0"7 e t army I% M e saf ul
In a Caine 10" O a of giplne" at the "ew04" 64*at,%
O... .shc el r'sL sad I I.- & *-s or s Wg~r plwa. and alf
C"ee~t3*8P:Aysd Mr. jWvAiber, had a s" iow of t
111h4If. he Ma enable to septo1 im
CowBseaftee PeIc'c5w be 0 tiae tred Tht '$hvte ,
1 v %O. pv t :. 1 141* 0a the 4,110004 rusl &at* hCS #-c 1,11
two Kpain. -. j1pss 44 40 '600" j 11Pva* o wfr e-












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SWill be Hard Before Judge
Wills in Court Today.


A Case That Has Excited Much Inter-
*egt.ARooal Legal Battle is Lo
fee and Many Hoped It t Be
Settled-On Call for To .
The trialof the eylof Hon. W. M.
olloway, Stpter8operintendent of
SPblio In .uct oi, who is charged
S with or d al libl, is on call to be
hear before Judge Wills in the circuit
urt today. The complainant Is Hon.
W. N. Sheas, Ex-State Superintend.
ent of Publc Instruction.
r/ The Stat will be represented by
Hon. Benjamin P. Oolhoun, State's At.
torney for the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
Sasmisted by Major St. Olair Atrams.
The defendant will be represented by
S Hoa. Frank Clark of Lake City, Hon.
Robert W. Davis of Tamps, and Judge
Syd L. Urter aud Hon. J. M. Rivers
of Oalneeallle.
This is the old case which was in-
etitoed just at the lose of the cam.
paitm in 1901, and is based upon a let-
str that Former State Superintendent
W W. heated wrote to Booker Wash.
laton in regard to speaking In Gaines-
lle. It was made an issue in the
campaign, In which both Sheats and
Holloway wer candidates for the of-
fle of State Superintendent of Public

Many Cases Were Disposed of Tues-
day-Whiskey Cases Galore.

The airouit court convened
o0elook Tuesday morning, and th
S'O .uInll oaeM were disposed of d
-.e day:
St tew vs. William Cromwell, a
i 9ritesa to murder, nol press
vt 1. G. Orange, aassul
Ii ip a oider, nol prossed
It. S. tevs,ves, lareen

S te vas. Chas. Wlliams, br
Sestrlinag with Intent to pomr
a ndemeanor, verdict of gall
s. j lory.
Sate vs. John Davis, breakic
entering, nol proceed.
i' State vs. Alex. Woodward, I
*, liquor In a dry county, verd
S' jury, guilty.
8 Iate vs. Pat Taylor, selling
In a dry county, verdict of not
8. T. Moulton, charged with I
liquor In a dry county, was armi
[ and plead guilty.
James MeNeal, selling liquor
dy county, verdict of Jury guilt
S ake vs. Henry Holmes, sellhi
Smn or la a dry eoonty, verdict of I
and onteonee by the eourt to a
40 and eosts or four months
Soountyl Jl1.

"II, t.E I- .I - -

Some of the Opportunities Offered
People Hunting Bargalns.
Many of the merchants of (lGane*
Ville are educating the purehaslag pub*
lie up to the fact that theyO en save
many dollars by watching the adver.
stiiag columns of The Sun and laprov-
I t the opportunlties afforded them by
these merchant to purchase o eaon
able goods at reduced prices
some of the wise on-e will say that
the foods so offered are from old stoek
or nothing but trash that they dire
to work off on the unwary. Hut thisle
not the fact, as our nimehants oftea
get overloaded with pvwxis ad to re*
daoeetock Inaugurate theer cut-priee
Among the dealers who are always
givig then sale we note that I'hifer
Bros. of the New York Rackel are
amona the leaders They hiit mily of.
for baralins with go ids mrkle down.
bot on Wedneday lat insularated an
sautieiot salr whth will tb a feature of
their special days from time to lime,
wbche the people can buy at tl.-ir own
prie, and if you would be ot the alert
fee all those chances, watch our uadvr-
taag oolumns.
As The Bon goes to upward e 2.,)w
peepe la the county. it 1t plain to e*o
thai the merehant who takes advan-
tag o4 1n amasu uses Ihe best and
eheapatlesahod in advertisinl thee
eowtI. ,
A Ouaranted Cure For Pies.
Itching. bled, bklediag. protruding
' pile IDra)gl are anthor fond money if PAZO OINTMENT
Its to our ia t4 doUlday. 80I.


Prominent Society Woman Advisea
Gainesville People Best Means
to Cure Them.
"To the People of Gaioearille':
Knowing how prevalent hard evodl are
a this jwioo o.fthe year and Into
whirtnger they often lead, I want to
tiltyou of my experience, as It may be
the means of saving your life, as I be-
lieve mine waseaved by Vinol, the best
cod liver oil preparation in the world.


"On my way home from a reception,
thinly clad, I contracted a severe eold
and eough Itrld different cod liver
oilpreparatlonsand other remedies;
they only opses my stomach and gave
me no relief I finally sent for my
physician. fie prescribed for me, but
I constantly grew worse, and as Wlast
resort he advised me to try Vinol. I
found it was delicious to take and did
not Uopet my stomeah like the other
eod liver oil preparations. It soon ef-
feeted a complete cure, boilt up my
general health and made me feel
stronger ard better than I have for
'"My droglist, from whom I pur-
chased Vinol, tells me that it has tak-
en the place of old-fashioned eod liver
oil and emulsions, because it contains
to a hlohly ooneentrated form all the
media ral, curative and body-buildingi
elements of cod liver oil actually taken
from fresh goods' livers, but without a
drop of the system-elogging oil or
grease to opet the stomach and retard
its work, and If Vinol does for Gaines-
ville people what It did for me, it will
bo worth $100 a bottle to them "-SAL-
LIU VAw WIC, Viee-Pres. of the An-
der-on Driving Club, Atlanta, Ga.
Our local drouglst, Mr. W. M. John.
son, say "we have never sold a remedy
la our store equal to Vinol for ehronio
eooagh, colds and broachial u bee or to
build up a run-down system, and we
will return the money in every oa*e
where it fails to give satisfaction."


Indlcations Are that the Crop Will Not
Reach 10,000o Balesa
Dalla. Tex., Nov. II.-4'e oottoa
report of the National Otlaers' asso
elation was made public one day soon.
er than latended. The reason, See
rotary Blackwell said, was because a
portion of the report sl as follow:
Our summary of rep rt show that
these ba bees ginned to Nov. 14, 1101,
total 7,411.369. *
The crop Is $4.7 per eant poked and
78 per cent sioner, ladlcatlag crop for
this year of 9,4,11.7.
Alabama slsaed 31.8 sad 08.7
pleked. Total crop 1d1.54.
Florida ginned $4.10 asd Is tt.1 peo
aet picked. lbtal rop T11,140.
Osorgias glned 1,437,1TO and a N4.3
pe eat pkeked, Indloeatae a erop o
South Carolina ginaed ,.7W sad
has picked 94 3 per cnt. Total crop

Texas tgnned 1.788.144: picked 4.4
per cent. Tital crop .206.464.

Seat Liniment on Karth.
Henry D. Baldwie. Puperiateedent
City Waterworks, Bhulsborf. Wi .,
writes "I have tried many kade of
lialments, but 1 ha, never reeved
mueh he*elt until I oued Rallardl
Snow Lialmeet for rteumatio and
paiso. I think It the bee liaairme oe
ank." MW. iN aad 11. ASod by W.
W. Joneom.

Perevgn IResdents A Presetlew.
WarMaw. Raslaa Puotd. Nov 3t.-
The comeala mrb uaked Mhe a atboru
to protect the foreg rweldeats owla
to thBe pOnaCe o tte- prevlU


by W. M. Johame.
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HItmauity ad lmmertality cons
Mettber to reae f aer t love; sot i the
hod a e the s alatim eof the heart
f Itt ria the thtmol and arrtA a
af the tbl eaf t. Ibt M the adl*aet
to them aI to h we* vwl rate tem
I* at the eI day.-J 3- M A.
U-w aget ame Th eem. a
mW--R e se a bm toSame
trtea hle. pa SaI It s the
- I have n m 4M

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Cot fto ~ r ,~ I I\. it( '.,. I ,
StrtTe W O t. -C1
Walla t1 e 6 tt4 .r Ill ?o I ,.,

04. "em aw tel. do .
Li erftw nftwpmi %io s' If, 11.00 f
(I,~~~ 44. ~

T1e D&5Rree In the PeUeteattll
AtsIr rs Their Rays.
The-tay of heat and light are quitq
IndepeAdet of each other in their abil-
ity to pidtrato different substance.
For leuartiton, glass allows the sun's
heate pd through as readily al It
o*4- of n lgt, and that without
beating tTglam too. If the gssr be
coated with lampblack, however, the
rays a light are arrested, but the heat
pasue ths rbh as before, not a single
degreWd dJsmremce in the latter phe-
nomea dtbnoticeable. Then, again,
boh bst sad light pan through wa-
ter, provided It is clear. One of the
odditle In tlhi connection is ths: Al-
though the beat and light pass through
water la Its normal state, the addition
of a Uttle powdered alum, which readi-
ly dissolve without leaving the least
murklaeas, will arrest the rays of beat
to sech an extent as to almost Immedl-
ately rale the temperature of the wa.
ter to a perceptible degree, yet the light
continues to peas through as before.
Ice, like glass, also transmits both
beat and light. Dr. Sutherland In "Ob-
servatlons Upon the Iceberg of Bat-
fin's Bay" saya: "Several pieces of
granite were found deeply imbedded
In lee without any communlcati o
with outside air. These were all eur-
rounded with what might be termed
an atmosphere of water." The ex-
planation of such an oddity as this: The
heat passing through the eIe had been
absorbed by the stones until their tem-
perature had been raised to a degree
suficlent to melt the Ice around them.

**tI Lest Chet.*"
Perhaps the most successful song of
modern times Is "The Iast Chord,"
whose sale In Great Britain has ex-
ceeded 250,000 copies. The story of Its
composition, as told by Mr. Wlleby
in his "Masters of English Music," l.-
lustrates that in art, as in statesman-
shlp, success came to those-
Wbo knew the seasons when to take
Occtsion by the hand.
For nearly three weeks Arthur Sey-
mour Sullivan had watched by the bed:
side of a dying brother. One night,
when the end was not far off and his
brother was sleeping, he chanced to
come Cqrosm some verse of Adelaide
Procteis which five years before hbe
bad tried In vain to set to music.
In the allenee of that night watch he
read them over again and almost In-
stantly their musical expresalon was
conceived. A stray sheet of muscle
paper was at hand and be began to
write. The music grew and be worked
on, delighted to be helped while away
the bours of watching. As he pro-
gresed he felt sure the music was
what he had sought for and failed to
fnd on the occasion of hil first attempt
to set the word. In a short time It
was complete and not long after In the
publisher's bands.
Slavet of Their Owa Dekts.
The habit many people have of tor-
turing themselves because of their in-
ability to remember whether or not
they have done certain things sto d-
agnosed as a disease by a French
physician and called folle de doute.
The victims are slaves of their own
doubts. They suffer tortures from
their Inability to remember whether
they addressed a letter correctly,
whether they taned off the gas prop-
erly before they t Into bed, whether
the fre have been properly safeguard-
ed for tbe night, etc. .The business
Iman cannot remebir whether be
osIed blh desk when he left his ofee
and perhaps gt off hb train at the
ist station ad takes the next one
hbck to towa only to ad that every-
thing is all right. he h oomaukep
SIe awake for hours orryin about
the kitn wladew and Snally erepe
dowastairl t a tt securely cl eled.
The learned pyclaa who diaraead
this dibtrestsg eapltnnt uaa oCt ma-
happily. suggestd a remedy.

Nuat'ia Pains.
Rheomatism, lambago and eolatie
paIns yield to the pejtratlag loia-|
e*e of Ballard's 8mow Imnlmeat. It
peasratee to bre aervee ad boee.
and belag atmorbed into the blood its
heallag propertle are eoaveyed to ev-
ery part of the body, and elee som.e
wosderf)l easr. 5, 80e and (I. Sold

Abstraste of Title and full information furnished roafdlng lands lain i,
county. Our manager has lived in this oont irty year anJ
Is thoroughly onverant with land titlesa.

Ei E. VOY LE.,
renting a number of prominent Amerlian and EAglish eompanles

G3Ai4x ee-vlle

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Sea Islanxdc Ootton.

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


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



Retailen and Jobbers In

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

ImInl, lar.. Sed FedlllzM
Highest market pries paid for Chickens. EgtU and other Preea.

A Complete Bsoek of Hay Corn, Oat, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cottoa eed Mea
and R We handle onl the IERY BST goods at the LOW.
O PRBc. ad guarantee ,atlshtlon alwam.

Z)t6lltsi Kec 1878


&D A gewame tasimes,.bu l"am lsa l sbnsl
reeeas favorable tera. S~cl; aralUeto *e etssioss- r sl
sss-s p013 isb th Umis stases.

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Gainesville & Gulf Railay Compay

Tt2 Table tI feett September S2, 101.
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No. C


4 10
4 10
4 8
4 2

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NO. 8

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........ .. .. Ir ........ ........ r N
........ ...... .. m ...... .. o. 10
S.......... .... Rtoma .' *
i ....... .... .. My .........
1........ ... L.ake ....... ........

....... S a..............
.... ....... M.t........ ........ ,
S... ....... .. .. 1
S***** r... .. .r .. ...... .. I

S 1 ...... h$ ....... s
i Otty, "
................ .......... .Is
S1 ..: s ...,o......... on g
S ...... MaptM city...... 1 20 ci
0o Pnai & A. Ga $0 r
/ ...tor3, ~' 1....1 04 Ir is.

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?.. S die Sa es h G i -~it ......
30 r ...... al...11 I

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The question
of Title the
first consid-
erat!oa tor
the investor.

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Renders reliable service of every ort along the lini ,f
Land Titles lB she So of Plorida, particularly
A *lt oooimsy.

S]BCIALTUW: A.stranse Tt11 Tax Sale searh.li.
Ageant fer Nllwoslmlmt lad OwiettI Plats of Counti.,

References: First National Bank of Gainesville. Hi
Dotton & Co., Banker.


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FIVE BLE To be Held in This City for Three
Days--Opens This Evening.
FIVE TI' a BoLic lodi-,. cmNficfi the
Sl G.rn ': .ith l)i.trict orf he. S' ,, of Flir-
7,490,367 Bals GiOned Up to Ia wl bmin a t rire iI)..' '.,.', in t
Nov. 14 ofThis Year's Growth t''. ,"':',, ", in 1 -1 -, ..,I at 73)
Si''lcck tho ervnlig, last ,i through i
AAINST 97' LAST YEAR hureday and Friday, the 231 atd
AGAINST 9,780600 LAST YEAR 24th.
Wild Scenes on Now York Cotton. Ex. The various lodges comprising the
WilSchge hen n NOwYoas Cot x Pb-district are Waldo No. 10, Alaehia No.
change WheBn Rpoorta Made Pub. 26, M canopy No 29. (ainelvill(e No.
lic at 2 p. m., thI Price Advancing 41, Melrose No. 89, Hocki Hill iN. 96,
100 Point In Ten Minutes. Hawthorn No. 103 and laidrd Grove
SpecialtoTheDa No. 125. Delegates from ilI of these
New Yorkc Now l.-Ons o the wild- lodges are expected to be present.
New Yoke ov e.-Ond of the wild- Most Worshipful Grand Master Dr.
eYork oteneu waeuoourrede today N Charles \\, Johnson of Jacksonville
pYork CothetheG occurred tody and Past Grand Master Marcus Endel
upon the renaing of the OGvernment of this city are members of the com-
report showrlh the number of bales mittee on the work of the Grand
ginned of the present year's growth toLodgend will have sperviion of the
be only 7,410,387bales up to November instruction and work of the conven-
14th, where those intrested in keep-! ion
ing down the prlee of the staple had T onentions ha been pro
These conventions have Lben prot-
predicted that the i port would show ing of much interest to the members
exceedingeight million. As soon a of the fraternity and the lodges in this
the report was wrd the bears *cram.
the report w readte bean scram district will no doubt improve this op-
bled to cover their short contracts,.portunity to be present and profit by
while the bolls tore each others'clothis the instruction this to he obtained by
in their wild efforts to get into the from the past ad pr t grand
market before the price advanced too ,,icrs,
high. Just before the reading of the
report May eo ton ruled at 10 87 and in WEEK OF PRAYER.
a few moments the delivery was up to

11.9. Interest
Strange to say the Government re- K
port made public today shows only i The ti-
9,000 more bales ginned n an the r- di,' Epi,
port of the National Ginners' Associa- week rif
tion, whereas two weeks go the dif- interest.
ferenoe between the two reports was for ths a
nearly half a million. The Govern- .uilhjec
meant report today shows 2.386,235 Futch.
bales le ginned this season than op to Hymn
the same date lat year and those who Respor
have made a study of the crop declare Prayer
this is oondlosive proof that this year's Gloria
crop will not exceed ten million bales. "Sonme
The closing sesion of the exchange Prayer b
was exited, May cotton ruling firm at Members
11.74. Society
-' T Talk.
. .. . . Song

A Number of Social, Personal and Lo-
cal News Items.
Bell, November 21.-Our little town
is dollnow as the cotton season is
nearly over.
T. J. tindsey was in town Friday
Cane grindings are all the rage.
Everybody will soon be sweet.
W. J. Williams of Alachua wa, virit-
ing his brother, J. E. \Wil:iams of this
place. Come again.
Jones E. Bryant has gone to the
coast ol a fishingand hunting expedi-
C. O. Fletcher has jut returned
from Newberry. Charles is (ouite a
bosineen man here of late.
Maxeyltcofeld of Ward City. ho
bu bee visiting his parents, Mr. arid
Mrs. G. H. Seofeld, returned home
Mie Belle Lindey visited her par.
eate a Yaler Saturday and Sunday.
Irvia Akina and wife and Mrs. Dan
FleltcerlThe gone to the State Fair
ast amp. -
8.0. OBarro went to Alachna on
business odty.
J. A. Ward hase saepted the wood
eoat et forth 8. A. L. R. R. He
eem to be ojoyingl his new project.
Ed 81Asla ter is oa the sick list this

The yotng folks enjoyed a eandy
polliagsa A. B. Sinmons' a few nights
Afo. Eeryboy Lad a good time.
Mae tLos Mfkell weat to Alachua on

Zeek Bryast ed wife and Miss Eth-
el WadMl spe" t Boaday with Mr.
ud Mrs. W. A. Bryatt.
Th* A L emr pt their breakfast
at MK lsmua's.
T Bell s hool is progreing nieBly
0a6d tbedailfal aamge moment of our
worthy saiesi Mie Belie Liadsy,
prilpA, uad Miss Olars Crosby,. S-
MeUW. Jim Tomphlle and Hen of
Tylet*r dMIe Dora Love ad Mon
2ve 9 nde4 of JeaI iSi f Lak* *p
a8iqwah Mr. aud Mrs. 8 Her.
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9016 LA am
fmm- S. no
ablom W

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(od Hli
-Mrs. Li
l) xl oli
The at
has been
est manif
are cordii
all meetir

ng Meetings Being Held at tl
avanaugh M. E. Church.

rvices at Kavanaugh .Metho-
*copal Church during thins th,.
prayer, are proving of much
Following is the program
afternoon at 3:30) o'clock:
et, "Prayer." Leader, Mrs.

inire Scripture Reading.

of the Causes That Prompt
y l's as Christian Women and
Sof the Foreign Missionary
'-Miss Mason.
'What Are the Conditions of
ng Prayer?"-Mrs. Sibley.

Assurance IDo We Hare That
are ard Auswers Prayer?"
g. "Prayer In Relation to
'-Mrs. Arnold.
gy and Benediction.
tendance at these meetings
quite large and muth inter.
ested. The ladies of the city
ally invited to attend any and

Death of An Old Resident-Real Estate
Deal-Other News Notes.
Hawthorn, Noveniter 21.--An imporr-
tant real estate deal was transacted
last epek in the selling of the real.
dence owned by J. E Martin of this
plare to P. Baker of Campville. The
place will bt occupied in a few days by
J. Rashlot and family.
W. T. McEuen had the misfortune to
lose his taby recently. It wase iek
only a short while, being seemlagly in
good health in the afternoon, oad died
before morning.
The young child of W. ('ritie. who
has been eirk some time. died reoeeSly.
Jodge Adkins, who was the oldest
citisen of this piae, and wbose al
was estimated to be one bond rd and
four years, disd lut week, sad was
interred in the liawtborn eemetery.
l'rofosor W r.. Bell and wife wael
to (iaineeille last week to eoafer
with the superintendent of Poblie In-
struction in regard to eohibits of if.-
fenrnt vhools for the State Fair at
Tampa. Hawth ru eh;ol b a' a ea&
and attractive ,h: bt of work done by
the popile, wr.ch will be hard to e*eel
if judged by sacurlay otf work dune.

Sueay Law InferCt.
7 k 4 I.;Glcb to the
7'r~buc f"17) :. 'arxis, 1 4ad says
that Cfe.it. luI~ymo re.tyw as
a~ura~eJ l vsrr: c'r agala Painda
satorcMYd .:.A"7 ('-. Im and&bo
apptt1sle &-')'") dtarlae'UFb1 resA,
Is a&bt. .: pral-ka.l1 Was Iee SA1
to ~a3 a drfIn ?i'ts 1J 1 to

Ioealth w satsosor.tl ,mseble It
ec..Upst"or 1t- Prow "IK Mn0 06r100
go@"of later Saa4 a441WI empletalA
I ss, spewing fIrn bIOd 1 smu#&,

be nor%,, so -e4 r rob"t o~~I 91@0
avtow l. a .12 wr "me ow nds'
p. I(ssaecmrl :l r sgnI
b.lclkreca eel q'c.1 risty messes.

I sue-. Feb 12 VFC e
Mobisio. I fled ita se M
West aft 6 a hat.

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the world

Don't be among the W ish-I-IIad-Com e-Sooner-Urowd.

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






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Great PoetWlltles In D ,e Land for
Foreign Immigrat:on.
Montgomrery. Als.. No. -.1 The spe.
olal cotmmlsalon of the <;. 1111An gl
ernment, consisting of l' :nentgn \\'We
ber. of Berlin, and Dr. Z,. ,.f, I. of \\' Wi
baden. sent to the I'nlt.,l S.taiIe to oh,
serve Imnligratlon pue it ila e In t.si
south, expressed them te as in(st
highly pleasev with ith ondltions
The c'nommnil lloners ane it oiipanliod
by the Germinn consul f'inm the so),.
Dr'. Elcn Zoepfell-iQ4ll ii-',.lu, of At-
lanta; (I. L Stone. ge ii :, lpam.mlKt'r
agent of the laourivlle, .:i l N.slhvillle
railroad; (;. A. Park. agii, rul Iinnlgra-
tion and Industrlal agKe (fi tlhe i .It
road, and Charles M. I i', llittrlct
suipe'rintenei.liut of thl I'Iullmn ('air
comn lpainy.
"Thlis I my first vll 'n A aniirna.' '
said lr Zo,'pfel-Qu'.ll i ,, "*lt in1
gr(at. It i g loruious. I li. prer i),-ct
for limnilgr-.;imts In your tle are ,.Aume.
thlng I hadl ne-ver expe i & tol.
"\'iiin I go to aiwerAr my future In.
qulrlk t frotn Gerimainy I will know
where to polnt it' ( tho(iands whu
want to romn to A ri.rlra."


Another Large Conflagration Visits
This Alabama City.
Itlrmlnghamn, A:.i Nov 1-i A so!
Id half Ilock of thill'Ilnlr an tir tallly
destrolyecd by fi r Anlc:i broke out
bshrtly after nelln 'it this morning
at oti corner of It.lrdl avenue and
NnincrUnth street rh loAs at this
bour, 2 o'clock, I c 'lImated at $1r1&.
00. The amount kLown.
The b'avloet losers will be tae Alae
banma Penny savings b ank and the
People's Telephose scaUagse. ad)ola.
Inl. A fourstory strwetae adj4)otala
tae store o Iovemas, Jeepha Lo&
was qtirely buroe* 'T1 awper eto
ris of this building were usat as
*ero cldb rooms '1 be 1rt oor was
oeoupled by the R Kmaf Plembiag
company and the Islrtilarham OUa aao
Ke9y compaNr.
The fire lbr ck r In la warehouee
* the alley aerm. r In the postAstre
ad thbs entire bullan wae qtdrkly
la slmes The 1, are sread rapidly
to the rrar of ".r ,rr befl1lags and
a tigh WlIJI mar, ',, or of c nfl 'r A
lag the r' e-x'r. mn, y 4>dtte1!L I

it oo Sbt o CutIf V50oo

BefareOWadOwte tgt Old Mad wel-
sud remedy. Mrs. %kome'.No"&e.
ftsg ftep. 1" ethidreesmt. Is
s0 the s01ld. cfw a s, gcan.
~ O oft. to pro wad W and ad s
Ow Weesemedy for 44bFOSe T & c.
1wo*s owasa ls I

Cr pi,we Sh 5eest e .Law. I
AMbwrns. Fer s %ew,,$1--T j
WO a rpvlt 4 ,' sad 0mw.C
0a000.1t Asir Ito kis bin lawa
his ba. At FA *a F4 Hots~p 6a.6

819.OCO Callons cf Booze Burned. A G o d
I',, '., ". 1., At 1Itr A G ood lh,
t, ,I w ",,'", yt I%.Atr 'A Good Rom,

i 1' I i i i ? l- 11 l 1 4II i t u tl
sd Ia I irnki iii I. ic, tewiets ue

tIllhto 11.il: I, lb Tll -Wolw'I f 11 rye'
Mflmi 1`it 1 1 Il 1111 ri ll-' ei ti ret l" h l \ itu

rlifl ItI riclce l:ite'fr
s mic l.t, oisi i r I ,,, it, i Aa n IIo c ii it if,
t e~its. a ci r \i1 h hatrIn ofu ucn' Orf theII
anl i ir .eji'. ia' Hiti! isi,' 'Arii-4Ihhfila
Iir. Lqw d I% I c Npatie lee inall ellr't
sf !I I I I I IIV I' f: tolel tal;: f-I 11114 1101111 1I

air 4har-, NI 'It'll Of t !14, Wil~nc l lkIVt JJ Ih
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At l'vinertoi, Florida, one mile from
still on,, on Iwk l id. 42 aores of
good liammoek Land ; all lerared Hnd
in cultivation. ac res in bearing or.
angel trees. All good trucking land.
l.l0t) dwellihig and other houses on
the premlas. All going at a Bargail I
E, "'SSYv $2500.00

Burned at Stake by Indians.
hIan. v, ,. nal sncv *I In a Apply for further partelalre to
let'"r ii"v.'% s.t| y (wirge o K >' K- titOOLSON BL ANDIN1
oef thtA <'.l toet. otf l.ilr) M i, LO lletU W
nul (;ii. (,lli cr t, i, I. hi r.- on an M4AINENVI.1,1, FVLORIDA.
o ei~le 'ihion t, i T, itr ,iti n i 'alid. In t ei1
nitlf lf ('tllfornla. a )ar aiCc, ap. l .
he\ace nriverr bee. n he itrl frcin. it plrob
ally di;hw. tOn the demolate shoTO1re
of the itul f c u'liforata, near a ,.1terf. 1M s UT Gu J
*'l Indilan villas. a wandering herd
MllI:r and tllnidr, a book of nautickl
,clirnc,. ,hlih helone.d to Clptain Day School
(lln.der, and a pair of human hands,
which may have belonged to one of Mo. aLo West isin II..
the, unf(orlturnar mnn UAINUVILLKL rtAJlUIU
0. B. Burhans Telifisr After Four l 1t e meea Opeaed
Years. eptea er Itll, IIt

(. I. Burthais of Carliel Center. N.
Y., writes: "About four year ago I
wrote you stating that I had bee* en
irely eured of a ever kidney trouble
by taking les iohea two bet4lee of Fo-
le's Kidney Our* It esalrely stopped
the brisk dest edimest, ad pale sad
symptoms of kidaey dseese disap.
peared. I am aled to mayth 4a I ave
sever bad a retern of u of these
sympsome ddrin the lfotr ye en $hes
hav e laped ud I am aeVtetly eared
to sg ered, ad hbetlly reses aeed
Feles'e Kidey Oare to aiaso eNIsfer-
Ig from hidsay or bladder trouble."
. W. MeCYllem A Co.
G.ee Sulertn Aiele ,n Trial.
SI IttN Nov 11 --ror the woni'
tim within two year tlimitr asMar4-
senator J. AieJh u rton. tf Kanase
today wasx rc a l epos to de4fed htla
sIl In t he l'sitd taloe retrrfl rcair
agalet s Iadc l4 it eherglllg tih .e
w offered a1d uaepef4 a eaenpls+
tis from to he Rial Ora J sar l .r-,rti
1111s roai|NOy Of ft I8L0V. mow J
fenet. for sitag his tbee Mare vla a
Lemr olbf t llDaited Isaf *.oat&, la
behalf of that. orern l a 'r*aia eat
ter poiUs b mfo4re fo I pr uo~r.e 4
p*a*reat ai Wls lts I

Tp Ia frwe knw lb r.a u of ON
9,- -I -Al t d of s e'oT&i 16, 1

rea- &-Md d V -I -;. Han cr e, .I remtthet 11 .at-beseiw
tsoosly Is*-ee.' a, qoW uo a a' Not w .l bee f h atl i t esy be @S
e eON Ifnesr t aonrtsm sit& sewor rasti, 1s ovelaith at "m
Do 4.4th of beo ,.'Iu et54e1Lnu hw rcr ooqvqb m bs
5~0 6% daby.-r Whf be was o i a da & .0l00 d"f t"asad a ro
din w6mW. IDU IF .4 I dam am& m, ad "s ST aM, ba" "&h 411 *qm
w"5 F*#Amd t --e t- a esst r ug *" 4&t ,. e fr'"M Ime U"
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o Mo00a6-1ann 0ctasteor.
S a.cMcC AKttlf ...... rSdltor and Publihber.
W. ASRBMl .h...... .Awsoiate Bdltor.
s 3l s .L BU .T ..................City adltor.
.[XOUIl BWUtJMBY. ;en'l 'ravetlli Agent.
P V. P PRI WIFT..... Supt. Composlng Rooms.
S W. rMain Street, S. TELaPHOu0 43-,
1 -IJ 'lDAILY e'N, published eve y training ex-
Monday, delivered by ctr#wr in the city, or
. S d to any part of the united Rtates, postage
l le, fors5a;year;: Aix months; 1.25 three
s" othe:or 50 A~t. fur five weeks-strictly l

ag notices in local column so cents a l
iArt Insertion. ai( 5 cents for each additional
,' h crtlon.
Rate. for display advertising made known on
The Twice4-Week sun ls an eight-page, forty-
column paper, publihed every Monday and
Thaurday, and coatalu all the aews of the.
week, local, State and georal, and will be
mailed, postage free, to may part of the United
Sfatesor Canada, for St.oos year-in advance.





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The Savannah Morning News is de-
voting muoh space to the Sea Island
cotton Industry, and on November 1ith
has an article of much intert on the
improvement of this staple, in wlph
it sMys that it i probable that' he
rrowcrr of R-a Island cotton at their
Valdosta convention will have a mat-
ter before them of as much importance
as that of organizing for the purpof of
holding cotton so as to get a better
price for it. The matter in qiestior ie
that of improving the cotton so ad to
make the demand for it greater.
It is stated that of the 105,000 bales
of last year's crop a good many thou-
sands of bales were carried over, be.
easoe there was no demand for it, not-
withstanding the feet that the pries
wai low. The claim is made that the
Sea Island cotton of Georgia and Flor-
ida is seadl. deteriorlativg, sad that
it is much leas in favor with spinners
than it waas few years beak. It semse
that In some iastances Yanoviteh, an
Egyptian growth, is preferred to it,
because the waste is moah lee, and
also because the weight of the bagtig
is deduectd. There was a time when
the growers of Seg Islald cotton in
Georgia and Florida kept up the grande
of their cotton by moans of fresh e ed
from the Sea Islands of South aro-o
lina. They an no longer get soed
from that soure. The plates of phe
Islands have combined prevent the
Georgia sad Florida plIsete from gept
slng fresh seed from them,
How them can the grade of the est-
ton be improved? This Is a question
which the Federal govorament is on-
dertaking to answer through its ex-
periments at the experiment farm it
has established near Blaskahear, in
tbil State. On this farm there has
been a Ire t deal of experimenting
with seed, aAt the eonelusion has been
reached that by means of seed select.
tion a mooh better grade of Se* Island
cotton ean be grows. Indeed, the optn*
ion is held that the Sea Island oottoo
planters of Georgia and Florida san
make themselves entirely independent
of the planters of the Sea Islands by
means of seed selection.
Is Is well known what has been done
In the cultivation of corn by means of
seed election. The yield per oare has
bees greatly Inereaed. The same
thing een bedone with Sea Island 0ot-
tin that is grown In this State and in
Florida, As a matter of fast the plant.
ore ts the Sea Ilatnd ar very careful
In selMting their soed from year to
year. It is told that one planter on
the Ilands, by very careful selection,
produces a cotton for which he finds a
ready market at Tsoente a pound.
Probably there are planter of Sea
Island eotton in Georlla and Florida
who do make an attempt of seed sole-.
tion, but It is doubtful if the great
majority of them are as careful Ia mak-
ing selel ions of seed as they ought to
be. Indeed it is a qeestion If they re-
alkie the importance of being extreme.
rlarefaul In pieklag out the very best
Oeed their fields afford. And It is
doubtful if the Sa Islaed grower--
that is, those of Georgia and Florida-
believe that the demand for their sot-
ton ia falling eo. It is probable that
they think that there is a combination
agalnat them for the purpose of geot
ting thefr otton at a lower price.
It may be troe that there la a corm.
blinatlo to beat down the price, obt of
that we know nolthig. There ia no
good reso why the growersn boeldn't
orgLalae for the perpoe of getting the
beet prile poolble for their prmost,
but whlle they are dOilag that they
should's neglect to improve their sot.
(on by all means available. It le*r*
tain that eed eleetioo will do more
thaee thing else to bring atbot an
improvement. This is a master that
oeght to be and doubtless will be gtien
ery earefotl oonideratio at the Val.
dota ooeuveetin. It possilble that

*Se Ilruttsol by improving the eot-
ton thbk by forming an organisation
for bhoM eSotton. There is no reason,
however, Why both means shouldn't
be adopted.


Then ra maoy people who fre-
quentlysay, after they have heard him
speak, that Sam Small "is smart, coo-
veyiOn the impression become he signs
his Hamo "Rev. Sam Small," that one
would be of the opinion that because
of his bearla the euphonious cogno-
men of "Sat Small," even with the
prefi of "Be.," be is simply a rol-
llekia ,'goof fellow instead of a deep.
thinking, saholarly orator.
Bot ther are few men In this land of
oars, up sad dow. It entire length,
that eqoal him In sound logle and bril-
allney. In his lecture Monday even.
lag on "lnldelity" he made a strong
impreaion on hib hearers and held the
attoetiom of his large audience as if by
maole. He advanced many new
thoughts sad made them so plain that
all could ouderstand.
Rev. 8lS mall is a grand thinker
and spewer knd his Small name is much
a sorprio to all when they eome to re.
alise his largo and brilliant intellect
that bi hearenr often think that his
name is a miasomer and a barrier in
his noble work for the good of the hu-
man family.
There is no man, however, that can
sway the people more than Rev. Sam
Small, for he is one of them and is fa-
miliar with their needs.

A strong petition will be presented to
Governor Browrd to have .him appoint
Miss Nellie Myriok of Jacksonville
ooonty superintendent of public in-
struction for Daval, in place of Prof.
Elsey, reeined.

D. J. Boynton haas assumed control
of The Banner of Liberty at Jasper,
and very modestly tells what he will
do. He t certainly deserving of cred-
it for his unassuming manner.


Alahbs county is 806,400 aeres in
area, ha 93 mile railroad 900
miles on road, 66 poesoLeea.
128 paoie bhools, 27 pbosphate
plhnte, aOw mille, 751,000 eourt
one, fve newspapers, and pro.
duee corn, oostoo, rioe, seuar,
oats, ry, pototoee, pineapple, or.
anges, peache, pers, plome, pe.
S ea., and all kinds of vegetable.

Gini ille, the. until Seat.
Has fourten shurhes, two public
nhoois, the Univenity of Florida,
private saool thr newespera
Ustsed State hand oels, the bet
water, Are alar system, electric
a aa llstea two ios fteoriees,
reI Om a three woot fIera
rife, moot |I, two n h torsrlea,
throw eei itwo fe tlllt er man.
~10etri10 5am, les, e nIAbet
asetse1, su reotifynlg tar
poaetd plan, two hnk, sa d
seoekd aoq"o emeabmotg ever)n
thbl a to rmn al li


Pgsimut Iohk

Thenew tlntivo Does
not Iripe or naueaote.
CurettM tmMh ad ltvor

am liver eand bowels.
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AU advertlaio bills become due after irnt
eotarance of advertisement, unless otherwise
eitoetted In contract. Alrtie not known to us
ill be required to pay for advertNing dla
sme. Addrem, THE DAILY 8UN,
OAImsuvus, FLa.

Tammeny would no doubt have hit
It right had Hearst been made general
manager. _

It is now stated that the aebloet
talks In Ohio were the cause of the Re.
poblleao selmp.

The new declaration of independence
la Philadelphia should be placed along.
side of the old one.

The Raselaos probably have the same
opinion of freedom now as General
Sherman did of war.

Japsn has no trouble in borrowing
money. Her credit Is better than that
of her adversary. It pays to be the
winur. _____

The United Stat Supreme Court
has dbWed that a wife can sue ganm
blenJor moeey lost by her husband,
whibh d eleo oupholds Ohio's anti.
g4albtonlaw. That ought to bold the
boye a oheeok a little.

The conditionn report" for Novem-
betr i pronounced a piece of spite wnrk
oa the part of Secretary Wilson. The
bare cotton stas are an pretty fair
oodltioo and the cotton that was on
them also, but the cotton lsn't there
now. Why then the report?

Oaollfle, who swiped the l $01,00o
fro the exprese company n Pitut.
berg, oet ei years in the penitent.
air. He will have time to study where
he bid the part o the foods the deteo.
tlee filled to and, o as to have some-
thing to start with when he eomee out.

There Is only'oae argument in favor
of retaining the present ofleore of the
large insurance companlea now in of-
flee. They are pretty well fixed now
and would not drain the treasury as
mueh as new offeen who would thlak
it their duty to line their pockets with
the company money.

The HBirninham News says: "M.
Witte is working like a Trojan. and so
far has shown slans of being able to
bring order out of chos, if th.e ex
ereweaew who follow the iranid Duke
balaees as a Iromtesion wot'lld co-oper*
ate with him instead tf ,ppositg. his
prospects for Isu*ccL would appear
mueh brighter

The Sun. publisho~l at JaIkLo., viir.
snade its debut ona tlturday 'i *t and
ereated a very favoralie iutnprtsiotin
The editorial writilng arr well .,Ami.
stroee d aid the o0,tributnl.,t *rl, .ls-
are of more than onrinary ititerr tl if
it's right we are for it." iS a goid in.
to. sad we hope to re*e The Sn p[rI .
per aloan those lines

pple of the North turn their Iast
loglilg t to the Seaey South Mlany
are be already and many more arh
desire of erMinel. ome will sta
unil spries a od othrbe will seta ill
aomner. if It lN v prven to tU.a Cat ii
would be oop tor them. It eea be
ea-ly prove, urd is there say step
mnde to ehew Ms- toeeSt to bte *ew
eart Let all womaa devee al tle

As mercury will surly destroy the
*,un, of asell m ad coletely d*eseo
the whole system wha oateriug it
thrglk tho aueous earfaee. S A ard
litea clesould ever be ased excepe oa
prieornipio from repaihlo pigclO
tan. as the damage they will do ia j
old to tho od a fa a U nody 4do
n"v fro feath. Heall' Csaaurn Ore
manuertumr by F. F. J.Oemy O.,
Toledo. 0. eiUataae umo menery, l0d
Sutke iasoermally, seUeg diepay
uixm the bloed ald aminsoa fam W
ihe, *eto. I a baynl Ral' Ola lat
'up* be *ar 8e 1 t" g la. ,
, tekra intoeallh and %iod bi Ta
do. O(ho. y F. JL. C ey & Os. e
timontale Ivfe.
Sud Wbrd wgla Prime lpoee
t *l 1 milyie r
Take Hail's Familly Pill. Mtf

SIf You Are Insured..

lu a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Loses Promptly

You Are Assured
That no serious loas can overcome you without you have some
refuge. 0

) Fire, life, Accident and Helalt isnra .
None but Reliable Companies Represeuted.

0 Information cheerfully finished. GAINE8VILLE, FLORPDA


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Fiftk DFGM&Y ....... . 275
ndn..ao 350 .,
Osusa Cots 5S
A"Nrds. ......... 8 75
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Mao Per Geom:
Rye. Ola. Con, u Ia BM for he agO .
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Beware of Oinments for Catarrt That
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oftobow Fr 61. ard eoids priep Yw mad 11 aD; am- cwcrr a
wanted &t &! drug wr~s. rW b04- OMEt o@Na
We se ar ember of OPM of tivegusr .-mf".
Wa ~I Iti s a ay refersce V %'0i12= of Op. wte-O--
Vine1w6801=0OW p of seidua. tl n g4 Y-ars.'te '~te of ~WEST 811)A
am,sisk be do inwy r elW a9egeet ik'Ti. "I = 401
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)NE S .o osiE Tcrrible Fir. Occurs in a GlIasgQZ ni
LORIDA THE ALL. Scotland Lodging Hous. C
,-iw,. NowT. 2 1--The trrible.
SIPORTANT FACT ro, .a' hias occurred t I,. ; rBritain
Brif H[tpprn From Various r r ny years broke hI.,r In a
qt, f .ta 'nd 'ng house f *...:n in Wat-
-Sto o'r tate. nlld rf.suld.t",' .! i loss of O,
S i tir' Tin. llv*e and t I.< Injury
THE MOST IVPORTANT EVEN r Th at in e adiress- of iony others.
-----g rs. Pink- T"ei tlamns were fi- v 'ito at 6
Transpirin n "The Land of Flowers." i ocn ,u relk oh mo-rnin forth
Tatiiininomurprivate o'c'o thl morning ', fourth
Things "Bolled Down" t9 Suit the ills to a woman-- floor of ith' hbulding. n :n oCml.
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to a a bhoseex peri pl ) ,v 0 men. An ,' n : ratn.
uence with womelh' I cd and the firemPn r*'- I. .I quickly.
All Class1 diseases overs a great It ho tl ) and smoke i sn iisl-
The Monroe county teachers hav ~ i1 t'n talk freely ir on mot of the :, on the
formed ra assllation. to a nan wlhen it is fonr'th floor.
Two hundred cotton growers organ- voIr private tro r a pet"solnof aTni F rr' l, l created
'r|'i"tt troul. lIv a proceasono a~ In: 'i men gen ii
ized at Live Oak Saturday. bi., t, a man rtuhhe out of he '? ( I: to the Ex
A ]die' anxiliar of the Y M. C A. Ityt I, t tn. olar, I:
A lsdies' ozary ofthe Y M.C. A.doets t under- hnlldlng and against r fr;lnt f Blu.e
hM been organlsed at Orlando. stand -.imiply be- IIforts to escarw the fire' :;a! actual. jMg's
E. B. Brittals ha entered upon his caise lit is a man / /i ly to ficht for admlslor u
duties as pogsltaster at SBebreeze. 31 a iy women
sutr r in silence and drift along frion
A lodge of Woodmen of the World ail to wn\r',, kno,\inl full well that Honor Sir Henr Irving,
was organized at Miami on Monlday thery (onhlht to halt immediate assisht- Now Yorkl. Nov 21.- TA hundred We
ancle. ut a natural uimod.lety impels per-ons, actors, clergy :n ,t11d other on the
night. t ,nl to, shrilln from exp)-k, llg the o cupc the M h tt atr y
Pensacola will add a new hook nfld selves tto ithe ri i -occupied the Manhatt.ii, 'eater ye
ladder truck to their fire fighting examination, s of even their family terdayi at services In 'i 'nrv of 1ir
physician. It is unnecessary. Without Henry [rvng. 'The s '- were un-.
quipment. llmone or price eyou can counslt a wo- ler the RIspice|' of the' ,'or.' chulr b
The tourists and winter repideint man whose knowledge from actual ex- alliance and the direct!,.: of the Rev.
ire coming to different sections of Ith perience is great. T I. eSll. Rev. '.W s Gray. of
tate in large numbers. Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitatloa. Minnasota, opened the, nme-tifig and
Island ot Women suffering from any form of Canon Knowles, of S' (hr)-tvoo
Madison county fea Island cotton female anen ssarein vited to prnKnptlow, of S
growers met on Saturday and orgin- coumunicate with Mrsr. 'inklhan, at Chr Ci' read the lest* Mr. Sill
zed. J. H. Haven is secretary. L in. Mass All Itters are received, made a few remarks Ii' ",.irin F F
on. E. o of Lake Ci, one of opuenel. read anrl answered by women Mackay director of he dlramatlc
Hen. E. Brown of Lake City. n only. A womau can freely talk of her school of art. who nia.l. 'e mi moral
Colombieoouty's prominent citizen- private illntbs to a woman; thus has mm
died on Saturday, November 18th. been established the eterual confidence
The farmers around Hastingarbe te .Mrs Iinhain anti the woen No Case of Pneumonia or Record.
eThe trme. around tisting? art, of Americn which tia nesnver been
nto the Irihb potato growing busine-r lroklen. Out of the vast volume of W do not know of a again, notwithstanding the bad luck exlwriencew\hich sihehn h todraw from, where a cough or eolil resulted in
Last season. It is more than pfsible that bhhq li pneumonia or consumpt on when o.- "
gained the very knowledge that will e n o i en t.
A mad dog made things lively at help your case. She asks nothing in ley's Honey and Tar hal beern taken. 1
Live Oak a few days agn, but the anii- return except your good-will, and her It cores coughs and co,:ls perfectly. "
nal was killed after it had bitten sev- advice has relieved thousands. Nurtly so do not take chances i th .some unh- j
any wonan, rich or poor, is very foolish known preparation wholhi may contain "w
ral doge and hogs. if she doe's not take advantage of this
The auto raeesat the ()rmond-lIty- generous offer of assistance. opiates. which @aute c,,,ept.on, a
ona beaho this winter will be the If vou are ill, don't hesitate to get a condition that retards r.e.nvery from
beah thi~ winter will be the tottleloflydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable a cold. Ask for Foley'a Honey and H I
reateot in history. It is expected to (ompouindat once,and write Mr.. Pink. Tar and refuse any sub.t.: ate offered. SHERD
make two miles a minute. ham. Ivnn. Ma.ws, for special advice.
When a medicine haa been sucoeasful J. W. McCollum A Co. 4
The steamer City of Jaek4onville in restoring to health so many women, -
as oommenced her trips on the St you cannot well say, without trying It, Trial Set for January. 12
john's BIver and traffic is the best at do not believe it will help moe." Ravannah. Ge.. Nov. The trial of
his season of the year for a long tinim. .. ('f -- ptainn Jnnjamia DI. (;r'eL ne. Colonel ""
James Newton and Sarah Newton, PANIC IN JEWISH SERVICE. Jon tF. Gaynor ad ,zrs hMa b. n We ar(
colored, are to hang at DeLand for the met for Tuesday, Jaii.ry 9. The Li
order of another negro. Newton and Man Fairted In Synagogue Gallery eases were not lrmallv assIned for
irah, his paramour, are two hard and People Rushed to Escape. trial on that date. but .1-i er d
('hlago, No. 21.-4cnem of panic mourned the federal ,,urt Saturlay
o*e. hiCago, Nov. 21.- naiht until that time .mnd the under.
The four prisoners who were taken in'.rr l the LMinurunlng sNrlocT.ie.- ld l gt until that tig l the under.
ist weekto Key West for trial as for the nmurdiere, Jews In RusSla I0 standing was general that the court
mugglersreceived their trials in the th, synaoe. o rf the congreg:tilon of would rot the the plrneIynr aof al
'ederni court. One was cleared, while B. til 1 i-tlinerach s.rday. p g of
heotber three werecouvicted and sen- W\\'rk,,'l tnto a vshlto heat of emoi I
eneed to spend ten days In the Iade tlon by terh pr;.ye'rs and lamentation. A Disastrous Calamity.
county jail. They were brought back nf ': pal," .nte i rvice. the o0 J.ew It Ie a disastrous calamity when you
oday.-Miami Record, Saturday. Iim lnu 'Z(,a wi,'. many with r-lanlvex los your bealth, toeca.st Indigretlon
Snnl fri, n&l .Jtail ,r In Immendiate dand e n d eirtipation h ve sapped it awly. se ..
Losal freight No. 330 strucd k a man gr wor toitleI at taie (ellnd of a Prompt rellef ean I had In Pr. King's
nrho ,alt, on a, bridegh Tirhiece en te re.r of the hall New Life Plls. Thry boiled op your T
an Tbn plda:snigtht. The engineer l, li for and the fruit digestive organs and core eai he. a
lew t thitloe(and wounded the bell renlt c ,s ,, !l that a man b ,d faint dissia.es, eols, eonUIpatlo. @1c.
)us th dDO t 9wm to notice it and ed \ un re asminlni fe.ar P(ruck the Guarisated at alldrulg touoW .
rs itroLk ad so(seriously injured he w,men In 'he ga li,.rlr., and many of .. .
ied withlia :rew minutes. From pS- the m.n lo In a fla the n h MRh. H. BROWNE
)er fontd a1 6 pocket he came from was chfanm,, from a sneo of wild grief
.olomba o..-Orlando Star. to a ni, s.olkingt earpe. T.r women
Rev. FrtderitqkPaeo. presiding el- granite.l up tielr hablsi and rfled ral r BiIl T
er of thilgdietlriet over the M. E. screyrrlnt to the ei tt Men Jumped
hurebes, delivered two very in- on c'.at. nn" Itales anl foug it to ti -e
tretivre nd:highly appreciated *er- the firt n,,,, DrN
nons Sgtday from the pulpit of the It d, I r't lon, I and no one w ood, ONeto,
'ituevmie Metbodit church. Rev. hurt *'ri ,'-i, It developed thl tahe RCkOLt G0od.........
Uaeo i a Ieautlemsa of deep thought man h,, f, ,."* .I had bee.n strIkes with
ad pleas~i g ddres, and made a most grief ieo RtNAU CLT's FAMOUI ISIEAD,
avorable impression on his large audi- So, Lost Mother. K r.
mee'.-- the prOess(Ad oestle. '('onump' ion rune in our family. _
Udr teW p.- ent yl em--or Inck od through It I lost my mother." 1mr P7aoLpm ni-Mle Va]
f syse-o >odldiag rads i"n Vo- wrrt E 4 Itld of Harmoy. o.
awiteoul t. ay-Thw o Deland New. "For the put flve yers, however,** .-- .B
t will e two hbodred yaroto glTh the h ,ighhlest .sicnof aoegh or oM.d I T".*-O
*a rea Hoesst beouoty. The peo. have takn r King's New i-eorW ry EL RA1 1 Af
lI eUf a t heode lad are w hllini to fo Consumllto wheeh has se4vd me
y fer s The onlt way by which from ser,,ou lirg trouble Hk m th ..
rea e egt thetem ir to bood The her's death es a ad los for Mr. Reid. Cin-M IIe (o Jll 1. -
ly wa by wiehb we ean boad r, to -but he l-erne that treb ** -
S e i e to the Legi.not b ell.. and how to cuef it. Eerytlag il ea Lan C0 ed toO Oder.


full quarts
full quarts
full quNrt-


e dealers in everything in
quor line Whtskies, Gins,
Rum and Wines from
l.r(5 to 600 per gl.


YoT-.r Order to




tevB"ro te News anl( Facta governing

Ituadl underlying u'uml of MArket

rtow^ analyze, and criticlmes MRlroad
oturial reiportt
complete tables of Earnings of

iootm active' a.rl inactive Stockl ind
aoords the last male of Bonds and the
Id on Invwtments at the price.
Lawer, without charp, inquiries con
aing Inrttmont.
e.m ba yo .....A toI wa1 WAUtt
ecaAL I*toW | ~ to bt, IM
.af, -W p de li w dei ab.4 4 sW8N06-
Mob ohmS wwh d6m aM.

1)0w, JONES & C0o.,

nmrroU bad It buS .~r ou
"g "~SI13ft X *mCI ifWWALL 311111


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2 75
4 00

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^ ^ 'Whiskies, Wines

sod Liquors
Nos. 611.519


for Pabst Milwaukee Beer
port, per bbl, 10 dos $11 ; pqr dos. $1.26
ibbton. per hbl, t0 dos, $12; per dos, $1 50
OinoiHati Red eart Boer.
Per bhl, 10 dos, *9; per dos. 1.

pay freight or express chCarget
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything In
the Whisky Line:
4M full quarts ........ ;.. o)
S 12 full (Sars ...,...12 1 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 2)
12 ftll quarts ........ .12 0
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
M hIn IB Rend* I Vr (Jovermnomt mopwrviakem.
4 tull quarWt, dl .. 4 00
o; full quarts ........ to6
_]2 full (liarts ...... 10 7.5

Years Old:

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:LE, F RIDA, NOVE ER -;. .



'Iveurl Lecture on Labr Movemen
and Kindred Topics.
N ew York, Nov. 3O.--ohn A. Hob
%,; .l, the bg0llsh labor leader, who ii
i this couUtry to lecture on the labor
Movement ln SItahl and kindred top
Sle, addre4fe the people's lIntitute at
0(oper O i Ja l at night. Mr. Hob-
2 so firmly believes that the condition
f the workllg clames can only be
S hlttef thir condition by active partic
S atths the national distinct party.
'Aaj other things, he said:
The law courts, in disputes between
p woyer and employee, have given a
4$ 140;of judgments that have altered
16, position of the labor unions. The
dides-ualons are apt to be sued for
J, 41 llleal actions of their members,
S' 4l y be depleted of their fund for
O o .I Uand oaots. Other judameats
ve aIpaired the power of watching
4 d besetting men during a strike,
even when this Is done peacefully. The
result of this has been more and more
to force the trades unions to enter
peOaceby that they might change
the laws.
Th British workltngman is going In-
to politics. The independent labor
party Is now the neucleus. the
S First three months there must be* gee
Sral election and there are now 60 az
u' labor candidates for parliament.
Probably half of them will be elected.
In the legislative conflict vested In
ti i will have the advice of the best
legal talent because It can pay the big.
feat prices. It must be fought with
S te same weapons. Don't make your
S eight so much for wages, but ofr the
higher education and moral life of the
people, that they may win their way
to legislatures.


Indiana Sheriff and Deputles Arrest
SiFifty Men.
Chicago, Nov. 20.-Indiana harbor is
Sot to be the haven of refuge for tke
exlled bookmakers of Chicago. Sheriff
Dougherty, of Lake county, Indiana,
7yeterday went on the warpath and
S "elesan out" the Indiana harbor pool.
room, arresting 50 metn.
The raid was filled with men. When
the shertl and his men broke In most
0I the men yielded, because they could
not see no way to escape. The raid
was unexpected, and preparatloos to
foll the officers had not been made.
Only one of the men In the place got
...L a11way. Re dashed to the second floor
Md- then leaped out of a window. As
soon as beriff Dougherty had made
bl "round-up" he called In Justice Ho.
o Ir Ansley. and court was convened
S l the pool room.
With dispatch th emaglitrate deeld.
ed on a fine of $20.50 for coach man.
be names were read off. tWe flaes call.
I4 of without anoo of defense and
the keeper of the plnce came forward
with such grace an they could muster
and paid the peualtisr. Then Justice
S A4ley adjourned the Ncourt ant the
amblira betook themselves to the ewv.
eral train for (.hlcago.
Thb pool room has been alcvrtlced
S etensively, but quietly, and train fa.
e llitles have bon provided over the

Man's Unreaaonableness
Is often as great a women's. But
'tea. 8. Austin, manager of The Re.
S pebleas of Lavenroril. lod., was
Set unreasonabl, when he refused to
allow the doctor to operate on his
wife for female trouble. "Insteed." he
e ys. "we eomaoludd to try Eleotrie
DitUers. My wife wa ,henao siek she
Sel had l harly lrae hr bed, and fit* (1)
gllolaons had fai'ed to re|leve he'.
After taking leuitrnoe itters she w
perfectly eured, and can now ,wrfurm
all her houshold dlnui- t(iarau.
meed by all drugllets Prin ik'.,

Reesevelt to Build Cams$.
Ne York Novl''I A vorrempoll
dent ftt be licrald Oi citing frovii lana.
ma says that P'anatslan. .- A 711tt,.
iore H~xri~lt as a rrm Ito tit hh
lot~m.,ut to litau!d the canal 1,t he
Vill. qa)f ttir vorrrAIWID441" I& I'll- "-
le4 Of nioY t4 the AnalorwhAsi aoil
hope- all ps IjAmalata 1tveat'
wish a t.a tt.olher to the th'waght
Pbut 11 i3o %1tiy rirculate4t Ole!at'ev
Wr RooqoWJ r,- Irrpci from tl%@ proal
a 19. c~'fl:*la u ral chIrman the~
fte hIsr WU .ldncs bes.

Pjmiesg Foley's Money and I A
Foley & (to ,('h tea x... v pi gt ,,
11ese"abdTatas a thrust an t.,:
i'e~ .lyssd osr 5ab5n aof tit, Ir ria
tie ril aad pep"Wll s of F- I\.In I .ey









St ats tpos.pa in Adinacks Shws EAEm.
aging gures-...05 Patiknt Didhrw.&
The trustees of the New York-
State Hospital for Ipcipient Pul-
monary Tuberculosis in the Adiron-
dacks have issued their completed
statistics for the first year, which is
as follows: There were admitted
207 patients, more than half of
whom were incipient. There were
no deaths. Of the rso paS ets dis
charged, fifty-two were apparently
recovered. Twenty-six arrested cases
are reported. Sixteen improved,
while eleven left without any im-
provement. The treatment consists
mainly of outdoor air, wholesome
food and rest. Patients have three
full meals and two or three lun-
cheons a day, and 90 of the io5
gained an average 10o57 pounds
each. This is certain most en-
couraging and bsh tat incipient
consumptivel at lt can be cured.
There is another treatment perhaps
almost as good. Stay home, use
cold baths in the morning, get as
,much outdoor exercise as possible,
a generous diet and the continuous
use of Scott's Emulsion will doubt-
less cheethe progress of the dis-
ease and fay petnanently cure. At
any rate it is easy to try it.
SCO'T & OWh0X, 4s Pwal rumt, Now Yora

AI Aaetlt sia1ud14 It Was I 10
*oCal Inm the Foreleom.
The aordi0 ry hour for dinner In Eng- * *
land la n Iteenth century appears
to bayvs I'l ) o'clock In the forenoon.
In the l baronial castles a larish Effective M
bhoap was practiced, but even
a r lw er ranks, says a con- 2 estbale Trais East No. 84 NO. 0
t~q~.., ti "bona Ede traveler"
cob s mure of a welcome and Lv JacksonvlJle...o. Ry 9 k10 7 65
ie *rVsloo that the house af- Lv Jesup ..........Bo. KI 11 40s 10 0
tnddea T ut the door upon the Lv avannah ...Sgo. By I p 1k
4r Columbia ...... So.Ry, Gp *01
w oN + fe was an feuOe ArOharlotte .....o. Ry 10 8p 9
= t s t p would not readily Ar Orensaboro.... o. By I 18 lit
4O e 1a4 I t was remarked of more Ar Danville........8o. Ry 821a
tbI OW dI. I erred In th respect Ar Rt hmond ....o. By flB
that 10 *0ir afterward deserted him. Ar Lyebbarg ....So. By 4 U (
Th*e aP et.the meeii was often ArObarlottesvilleSo. By s18
aGaO 2 thi blowing of born, so Ar Washington.. .do. By 9 80 p
hat WafaFre might hasten tbely Ar Baltimore... P.. R. R113I 0 i p
*oM a. Ar W. Ph'del'ia P.R R. 146p
Cirobfr Ieugh, grace was said be- Ar ew Yor.....P. R. R. 4 18p
tore th. 't dbi were laid and the o. 84-"New York and FloriMd Ex-
slets app to have had their app preas." Daily Pullman DrawingRoom
tUtes wutMP 3i a most salutary man- laeping Car Port Tampa and Jaekson-
nrF h9y roFildM the movements of the ville to New York.
attenda t.as they spread the cloths Ho. 80--Washington and Florida
and braought aalteellars, drinkAng Limited." Daily Pullman Drawlig
vreela ad other necessaries. To Boom Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
wait on othes at table was considered New York.
rather, hoorable than otherwise, and
the story of the Black Pri"ac attend- I Threrh "The Laad of the Sky" No. 80
Ing to the wants of the captive PreLneb .
monarch contains nothings traordiLv S savannah Ga........o. Ry 12 15
nary. In the households of the great I Ar Columbia, 8. C......So. Ry 6 00
the carvers and thase who preented Ar Asheville, N. C......So. y B 50p
the wine at table were never less than Ar lot Spring, N. C.... So. Ry J 87p
esquire and often nobles and barons. ArKnoxville,Tenn.. .. K.y 6 OOp
-Family Magasine. Ar Louisville..........o. Ry 860a
a e A S. ouis............. R 4 5bp
A Uk s. Ar Cincinnati ..... .....Q. &. 8 15a
Sheridan Le Panu once asked anu No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing
Irishman what was the English of Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between
"Carrstoolll." Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
"I never board any English or Irish --~- ---
name upon It, only 'Carrlgtuobil' Excellent Dlaleg Car Herviee.
alone." was the rely--

An AtistM ia e. "I know," sad Le Fana, "It has no
Danton, the celebrated caricatrst, other name, but I want to know the
had a wonderful power of modeling meaning ot the name."
frem memory. After one long look at "Well,,now, your honor," he replied,
be subject le could go to his studio "I never hbrd any meaning for It
and make a bnot quite perfect In itonl a Carr gobil' alone."
resemblance. "I kaow 'larrit', means a dock." per-
One day a young man came t him, stated L Pano, "but what does touhil
saying that hi slater was Ill and about mane"'
to die and that, although the family "'Well, new, your honor, t's what I
wished her bust modeled, tlh dared can't tell you why it's called 'Carrig
not Ilclte her by mentlckning It. ,nohil,' nlmte It' because Mr. Copptin
Would be undertake to reprodc her gr lives below there nl Barry's court"
features after eeing her onc.,? Dan-
toq agreed, and anet day the brother ,
informed his sister that be nlatended The ahillalah. accounted Ireland's na-
to present her with some Jewels and tonal weapon ot defense, was original-
that a young fan would bring some y a common blackthorn stick, but In
scwelmeas for her approval. modern times It has been replaced by
Danton brought in the Jewels and, the more wlry ash sapling. The real
going home, modeled a bust of strtk- eshblalab Is a young shoot of the akoe
lag resemblance. Next year an old shrub or blacktborn.pulled by the root
gentlemen, the father of the young front the crevice of some rock. After
woman, came to order a bust of the being trimmed It is played In the amoke
brother, who also bad died, This too, of turf neat. which softens the bard
war a marvelous success. fiber, and when It ban reached a con-
The reult of such planning, how. dition as pliant a rulber it is straight.
reer, was not always as satisfactory ended.
to his patrons as In these cease. A Weath f werds.
gentleman who coukl not persuade his "le. talks very interestingly," said
wife to lst asked Danton to enter ao rL
certain omnlbas one day and fl o be "Ye" replied the other, "but In all
memory the eture of the lady o the store I ever read thobean who
Sso, mod a .s ed lovely language was always poor
dd seat Ito, modeled a bvedu l bustownd struggling. It doesn't seem a good
add sit It borne' It proved, however, n to me."-Wadaugtos Star.
to be not the miatreos but the maid., .-W aar.
who had also take the trip In the Am Aaw.l *ee-.
oaalbus. "Doea It create a faror In your ram.
y when youpo home late?" asked
Vomies ofh- fried De Siath
C A S T I A "No; t creates a fry." was the Su
w Lgstiv ansawr.-C~hlcso Beaord.Ber-
Tn. K Yu I Um ImOtt --"

The B11sal OGreenw k.
Tho ltMnal grombek builds a nst
shaped like a bottle and always wceets PWdl ter H aU U aand Flshlng
for Its support a long. lithe Ilmh over.
hanging a stream of water. The en-
tream isn berth. .d from the situa.- Thh ho w r b. 0s S d
tilon ad (uct.llr a It s abhit. OuoWfl. emte *e
ly 0l1ui1MmlI' f.r r aat ke to gain ad. bMAt hbei
MaIaon to the.. lt. es naturalist fm a p
record seetngr furtee attempts on the r rm arse eae Ma atemtsan
part of wer tso to mt at the nest. bt M3r. I UISA OM AS. PreiOPTre.
the huugry Mnake always fell of B fO fMI9uaS. lar 04. ntA
the wlter.

FItkdlag- Hom time banpge a BI !
ITheru lBttm. A eesen years ade be
was so- e romed with the Itea em
the diamoa that bh caml for notdhb
ae. 'Nbw al his thought are centre P
o hbl family. You know be has a wife s t
and egh s eildrM Rbuma-Well. Ct P Naw
isn't so mokf of a ply tnufrrr4 hB bIt l'tirl t hbLe bga o 34
Ulyna JuJls I 4 East Mala a, M8.O

Stuiglsh Liver a Foe to Ambitlen. All kinds o' tolse Sad
Y', cannot aeeomplia v ry mreek pmp sad a aen
f your liver is iuei(e,~as. go Ife el
ll youryeae V a beev s&d aatlit PAP IP H NV ol b 81i
Aers.:on 021Ya104s thtoo Late. IN G

ar4 Uar mansy imitattl~an. sr'. t6,r,,,- 1'. Fruit SIPIsP aiImaekw the liver
fo(r t aiuuivv. ?be" wortli'.. i rt s oo&, ls h s M b 40 yea feet ool h IT
ftasI to wee ee sa"OV esandltadte. d stive. oua ruft
Book- i!them. T val o I ')r dose at en W ripesadA
bey's ldi~rT "A Teari% : ean ot.eur
Vubs,.. AsILfor w Is USe sn
embaite'. Is teit bose to i*'.l tea Sb# W5tflit a-"
Gad ecida. J.W. 4a45 .




1usdo work

[ON wan'.




gay 0s, 9am.

fert and West.

So. .1

Lv JaeIWoolniie, Fla.....0o. Ry. 7 4,)
Ly Jesup. On ..........So. Ry. 3r o
Ar 906mn,(42...........odo. Ry S a
Ar AWNW. Us:...... ...So.:Ry.: 2t,&
IrsRolo,9, ............So. Ry. 7301
Ar MIND' 4% r......... go. Ry. 5 26a~
Ar Obatamoona Tenn:..o. RBy. 44
ArLeingios, Ity..... Q. & U. 6 20p
ArO leia4 StO,0...A...Q &0. 74,o
~Ll~~er~, U our 84Ok
Lv Omehnai1 0..... P tLines 810
.D 8 o4
Lw~i~lm~si0OiD. s jg

Ar Ohieslo. III..........Mono


JJw ainmstt, .&..O7H _dD9 44
Ar To-kdo, 0. .0. H, t. & D. 5 20a
Ar Dsarolt, Mich....... P. M. 725
AitLv abpout U).....PALines -80-
Ar Plrsubfoll, Ps ....... Pa Unes 5.55a

L Ol neinmati, O ...... Big Four
At Oleveland, O....... Bil Foor

Lv Lexlqnton, K.y......So. Ry.
Ar LouisVllle, Ky..... .8o. By.
Ar St. Looui, Mo.........So. Ry.

Ar Anoistou, Ala......8o. ify.
Ar Birmingham, Ala....So. Ry.
Ar Memphis, Teon......Frico
Ar Kansas Ot, Mo... ..Frieo


6 45%
5 3opp
R lop
7 32a
9 40)a
11 45a
R 06p
9 40a

Memphil, Tenn................ 80p
Hot Rprintg, Ark...............9 20s
No. 18-'The Florida Limited.'
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
day eoaheb and PullmanS Bleeping
Cars. Jaeksboville to Cincinnati.
No. 10-Pullman Drawing Room
Sleepina Oar between Jacksonville.
Birmingham, Memphis, Kansa City
and Colorado Springs.


From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited." 9.00 a. m
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88. "Washington and Florida Ex.
press," 8:20 p. m.
From Cininnati, Asheville, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," 9:00 a. m.
From OhIeafn, Olineinnat. Atlanta. ete.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited," 9:5 a. m.
J. C. LU.SK, Distrlet Pameager Aget, I108 W Bay St, JaeksemvUle, vIa.
8. H. HAAnw:c, P.T.M. W.H.TAY"ok, O.P. A. Baoos MoMYeu. A.G. P.A.
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I .ER 22 1905

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nlKtL Tv . ., Mair- .. v.
po ComlO A 'llW !nr Plonce
DaOYD of i **. Ql State.
The first .P vessel to cuter
tb, port of 8 ',i Francslco of whir
(here is any reedid was the Eagle,. i
1816, commanded by Captain WIlli.lt
I. lav i. 81i sailed from Boston via
ite Sandwich Islands and Alaska. Shl
carried an amortment of goods whii.
were a revelation to the natives, ;ant
their garments of skins and hides wetr,
substituted by the clothing of clviliz:i'
tioll. Payments were made in hidles
tallow, soap and fash. The Eagle thln
became engaged In the sea otter trade
and was very successful, as otter:
were plentiful In San Francisco lIa.
and all along the coast. She nmalt
three trips. netting about $25.w).(X o
each trip. This stimulated others. and
this discovery no doubt gave an ini
petus to commerce which nlade this
port known to the world.
Commerce In those days of mianna
was carried on In what might be termi
ed a "free and easy" manner. ton
many articles the duty was 1i) per
cent, which practically amounted to
confiscation or made smuggling neIeIs.
gary in self defense. The Mexilan ,of
ficlnls generally opened the door. Fre-
quently vesels were permitted to pa(1s
Monterey, the port of entry, ~,nmg 1ti
Yerba Buena and, after selling as
much of the cargo as possible, to re.
turn to Monterey for entry and dis
pose of the remainder.
The shippers were not sworn as to
the value of the cargo. They gave tfI-
titlous Invoices and by this nmean
would get off on the payment of $5,.Vfm
on a. $20,000 cargo.
It became so customary to swindle
the government as scarcely to excite
comment, except In cases where goods
were concealed In false linings of the
vessels and the government officials
were outwitted.

A IMedelI Opillon on This Foe to
Health and Life.
Halg holds that the man of averaL'
weight elaborates twelve grains of uric
acid In twenty-four hours, and ,woe i,
tide him If he does not excrete the full
amount with due celerity. A little re-
tained uric acid will give rise to headl
ache, lethargy and mental depression.
A greater retention will give rise to
arthritis, lumbago and Rctatica. The
uric acid miser will end his days
through bronchitis, Bright's disease.
apoplexy, diabetes or (ancet'r. M:In
cannot avoid his fate and cease being
a uric acid producer. He van aoAil.
to some degree, swallowing the wretchl
ed staff. What he cannot avoid swal-
lowing he can, with care, excrete. If
man had been wlae and had continutl
to lire where be belongs, near the
equator, and had fed on fruit and nuts
all might have been well. But, ha~r ng
wandered from the tropics, he must Iw
wise or perish. Here are the rules
that one must follow to be healthy aid
live long: First, swallow no url, acih
and pass out each day regularly andl
punctually all that Is formed in the
body. Ibecond. excretion of uric acid
may be obtained by clothing warmly.
by avoiding exposure to cold in every
way (the morning cold tub Is an e sIe-
clal abod~lation), by eating freely of
potatoes (speclally In cold weather)
and by a oiding fruits. Bicarbonate
of sodi might and morning for reo
pie whe lve In a climate similar to
LondOa' I a fine habit. In addition
to all I, It "Is also advlsable to sf-
caret the proper distribution of time
betweeN bedlly and mental exertion
and t ipease with dependlence on
tonic, atllmiaanta and bracing cll-
matea."-N-w York Medical Journal
waleo Ta eve.-
Water tMle ate not unique. Their
prote~typs ezted at least as long ago
as 14IB. At that time a Londonerl
wrote: "Thbl yere a wpx chandler Io
Flte stre had M craft pereed a pipe
of the tealIt withlnne the grande,. and
ao ceetold Ih water Into his selar;
-berem het wa Jlogid to ride thrush
t>e Citae with a condit upon his
iedde." There were other dltBcultieU
too. A eeQtary later (1574, It is re
, >nled that owing to a soddetn shwer
'f rain the water In the Iov agate ~hoD-
Lel "bad ct a rwtlf course that a lad.

A.ig dlmg h* bate Iept or ito er
',f by 110 f@"tad bo4re. down with
1:4 TIOIJ o that b narrow strrs toIll
S"~' agai AI a cart wheel that stoval
4.4 tIwar t pgate. wore which tiA**
was drowned and stark tle'n'1
A Useombssm Ulm..
M OU5ft i na &awd Uto BL
V~ a 040 donw. -It is a soft. Oft P
JLO. at=% Md In AMU KbW Its OLD-l
S: I n o* pIVWrtat tMij, Tb
cmt.if. men'siam is mlWd barntush
1! is' js- w.te NIa eerad aI
',,d by OWor kinaemv.-apIL TIn-II
bleSurte Sz o m. an IcieS
no OW 460- to cu wth
bz %f bier" Is summ' are I
WO eto boMW Is via
0 1"S Owes.metNo
p~ CI w i rl b

Comm uvb a* pea.
Sa0 0 MOW.

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) 'I-V Wheel In.uruaice.
I'ly whelicl insurance is almost pure
ti Aj ,ij -,, \VW hen! a w b-.l Is re-
Sol v*l nt a high enough speed tbo een-
trifiiugtl force, ,exc-eds the ctiitrlpetal
fa:,ti the wheel fllt apart. Solid cast
Iiri11 exploded, when the speed at the
ritm is ruughl. three miles a minute. A
thick rim e.pllodes just as easily as a
tiin one of the same material. Wood
explilt'des at a greater speetl. Jointed
i Iron at a less, The underwriter allows
l lriiu pI',il of i m ile 11 itlilnute, one-
thlrd tle explosion rate, as a safe limit
Sf or siolnl Iron w heels. This permits a
two foot putlle wheel sixteen revols-
Stiojls a Hecondl, while it keeps a sixteen
i 'ot, ly wheel down to two. A jointed
,wihlel is :tllo\\wel still less. The under-
wVriter has ,oly to name the number of
re\ ollitloLus he authorizes and to pro-
Iortiou his premium to the sse of the
wheel. 'The larger the wheel, of course,
thet more destructive Its exploslom.-
IsIlie's Magazine.

Worm Destroyer.
White's (ream Vermifiie not only
kills wormt, Iut removes the muoous
anid slime in which they build their
nii~t ; it bringE, and quiickly,a healthy
condition, oof the body where worms
cannot exiPt. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
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Strength of IsOct and AmimLas
A series of vxperirnieit.. madRl e to test
tie jaw force wutu jytlil a.;,lid lifting
rtrength of virious 1, or iifec
g I ve saml I t' i'iaus l I,2i.. pr study. It
Ius been found that ;i .>amfer can

ilil lt? 011101 ,1; U i t
I 1m1o~. I- ro'w1 this it arguMl
ll t, a.. for \N I 41f iul

111 I 'ii .~ tir .ii*s ret".lh,~rotigor
fII:I lt Ilorum., aN b.v1b') as a
li si, taxl'.I to itsll till"i: IilIdrawinug
Its own woizW "ilht it as it' [ntm.' A
I I t'Ii-it oil e x rp i I ik 4 T\.lm h a
s11:11 bard slielleit l vlt' I.' Iv 1 t: ng
h im ltiier 11omuolini. i1 i t.< mat ler.
'lit, little ureilture, iiw!bne11n 1i:m 1oti-
I I~'io tin ch Illitog 'a asable to
Iiiome tile glass Ini any li i After
the'\'~*imielthad 1'..ei x..(;!t'torily
iuijadelt. iohuthe tunilhr :wiltile-bug
'a. .re ;ei.iel whivetie;w itwiis found
11:t I., !t.ulittle Ilercubsll ii lifted IlK10
tiaws I a; kmiiwegigt: lit,!!,I tnot ear-
ry ill(- woigimt, of vet il'. luit etiscdIiiit
to mIiake Some Ii cclY tootlu.)Ii



Oan sell your eity prTperty, (im.
proved and unitoproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you or ffe r sorale. 214fh


Offie in Endol I;lock.
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Over Dutton & Oo'l aBM.

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OmRc im 10MWr LA Wl FIVnA
GAIMVmIt~.V Fla.

.fnlfl UT A'Y-12Wltb

.. ll-3i l W. S a s.. y L. Jacki.nllle. la.
I'rovkle for the t(lvlng ol Ikondus b the
Mermt,,'s of tfhe Ioanrr of Public Works. as Faust beer, botle and <1 raught. DoI't
Iniul Truhtee*. anrt the Amouno at S me. I fa ta el l oa me whbo in JaLkonvillle

'i'(l,' I. IT, TIs CITY or AIMbtVILIt.J
V'IA W K11 t
Section r Tt t the Ioard of PubULi Works
of the i'tty of ilnenvtllle. Florida. as Uond
'l'rusite,'. be and they are hereby required to
enter nt o a good sad suffileat bond with one
or more 'uretle. la ithe Ium of Tweany-Vve
ThouKai d Dollar. oooatioaed for the flUthful
performance of all dntes4l dTevolvinu p D the
under the provitoa of the ordisae of said
elty for the Imusase of "Publio Utility eads
of the ilty of Gainesville." approved bth Bep-
tember. i*Sa
Said l1Hord of Public Worts may have as
suretyv uln sald bond any sutty company au-
thorlzEfd do dbusi brm in thia ISi
In the event aid boart avO M uretY any
turety tomlainr autborit Ied Aqbetnlleln
this state. the fee cbarged bi11Up o nMN
fort le.omlng iueb surety may be paid by said
loard out of the fuods o bhetr hands as as
Item ,o expense. provided. however. taMt not
exceedlrw the Ksuml of heventy-vT DlUars
,hall be o tl kid.
fsc. Thi' t this ordinance bill take& eeet
ImmnndatelY uPon it. s I na and apprvaL
aw.er in open seio of the city Coueril
on tl eth lda of NovebrT. A. D. MI
(i K. U O l)M L
A tte PresLdes CwU mCouaell

- .I.1 4" erk .
Apilroed th) me this Gt day of Nove"er.
A. 1) I4A W. .I THONAb.
Attes.t J M DEILL. Cerk. M.r.




Makes a Specialty of All Klads
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing

. .Fo. o ...

Business Men,

Professibnal Men, 0

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blarks on Sbort Notice.

The following g i.'r from a" of e0
aUwl ovder c .%4af m se0it.spiems.
Igor) Amvllo. Ky Feb 2. 100.
if H. KCr.'ti.
(Aja"sievI*i. VIis
[tear -*? K evvsed The pe d
matteris dgo slow. 1ad will Ipu
it w perl*-I a &a1.5rlawI.- IHMe
so A .bhiekMam Aom ii 1
pour Prompt 4 690le'O16 = Is wer
your *rothi
Mae M C eeiniUY.
11 11 1 W 0 0 & 0 te T X 3 o n ,
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and Return $4.75

Tickets on sale November 1, 18, 17.
20, US, 4, 17 sad 29. 1I01. Flas7 limit
of tsiket De ember 1.1 01.
Fo full (tfonrmstione rpdlal the
above or o.ter rats tIl n Ats fIat
Cooet Line agrts r write
I)eHrtel PseaI'o Ag tM.

LWiuviM 0 &
s ls ashewslI is.n
NshviHlLe R.

IB9* L ,ine to

r. an. ( i, ore dllg #a ,-
wthand Iw toh -Ug W%

(all Us*e epmlfau 0boo eI+
f1sm VIM& ts lt LWAW

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Air Line Rai; ay

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.... DENTIST ...

Oftm>e over Maroul nFdel's. .im :) rines

And Solioitor in lEuity
Real Estate, Oorveyan(iing and Gen.
eral Practice. All busin,-n promptll
attended Lto Olffoe next door to Sun
office. GAOlaMu N I i FIlOIIDA


JF0T7Fn 8.A&r.ILL2qG 90 E.AL0E3 WMIIC

Jacksonville and New York,
Falling at OCHARLESTON, 8.0., both ways.
The Mloest Steamshil a In tMe Coaltwie Scrvie

The Ulyde New England and Bouthern Lines
Diret slSerOvc Between JACKMSAVILLK, BOSTON and
PItOVjII)SNX ad AU Rastern Poit,
(AIlIng as Charleston both ways.
SouthbOond.........................FromILwis 'Wharf, rton
Northbound............... From Fot osofatherine es.. Jeoksonville

; ClvdSt. ohns Rivvr Line
Skoppinx t P as La, Astor St. fFranem, henotord (.LMAmd a, nuit d aetomodl
Lwaidg ons I, tjJohns 9 E1vRI.mmbsIiug Wednesday, November 13, 1901.
Ar tpomlad to sil a followse iLeave Jaeksoeville daily ezeept Itsuee
days, at sil p. m. IResrum g. leave hfnlord, dolly vaeposlnisdays.ast s0. m.

L". v 0l psr ............ Jasksoav i .......o AM"RTOWM
pOpmr ... .. ...... P...(...... ~.....Leave 40 pin
ON&= .... ................. f. ?n . ..~ wS~ ............. .. $406M
*''- ... ... .. .. IAMp
Ar 14 0 am' '... .. # ......I"O
__..t K..._: ....... I 1" ,1111 -- - -I - ... 1000~
diiii!L iirli AND TICIK" OFO. 13 2W. DAY 111T., JACOKBOXYI
W. 0%

__ Goo"Aa ma
0 Sa"" swee". nowIrmo

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


Nd ~fte'111111U SS Soui Wedt
Norhoa.. keot~wa

Ripm Tanlt and Unsurpated e itom
'tk Table Lanslet April 1MeOft
Mistas 8"lls a" im" .ktt
DIay modlasee P.6w D owl,
111pm as.LesewebugandItampa, md
Dow y I ntwrm PabloeDoly
I ias is a, Js hFemvs.e" I;Spm
iuIanor&. FA and WMst
130pm Rio pprts. waroWssye as. Bi;aewek, ilovs
A.6say. Atlanta SU Ps not we"

$ A r m g.s lie, U wasof Mmd COtto

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Uw~ Jr(S lreA 00"~

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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Operatlng

Daily Throulh Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesa
__ __ __ I
For full Informatlon Ind sleeper rtervations call onl any lgit Seaboard si
write A. O. MacX)ONEL, .. C BoYL.TON, Ja.,
Asst. General Passenier Agen., PmaMengcer Agent,


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SFRECKLES AND PPLES OfIntereLadiesofGa.,.esve Holiday Shopping
N A D IN O 10 Aly, a chua County. AI
I --C L i a A TIWro-i shmi | lnthat will be of more -
: N A D I N U.L:A| to,,1*.-1144 weatr fo,,ho elad Mide
Sed b__ THE yC0'LfEXIO..SI f3. da ro s t. about suffering from l M
._ cold and ski go the chance of peu-
SOCIAL ITEMS E int le 44 ae be aoided by par* Easy I .
SP. AlD ,OCIAL ,TEMS 0. m .g 0s1,e bse comfortable long \
.- or0 hort j1stts at J. Manasie's at
SMdand What is Going price soW'lo wt*Ay it will not pay to go
t i In n Short Paragraphs withroutat Theyarethebe madd 360 WriteOur w Catalog
ft *Mt e Who Runs May Read" udf tIS MOW other dealer dare
.tos Ml thim. Gerone nd be warm
ffs. Keystone Bakery.. ver 100 Pages
: ,ja' a"c ket sale. J. Man sse.I i sllustreti ng.J
TU streets were sprinkled jester- L'ee ry
'. In th.it. Dia o nSdSSlas, wer In the silverware,
t:,ryoeok and pine wood. J. N. Bos. Le Il fSeery S lv
a 19. IIn(39l,1 tM Btrot of The son r.- Watches, Platedware,
aso of0tli ng earde faSt lateSt sttylt (a, (r arB itn e 'n e'Fair at Tampa
s o- e ,A .c ... 1, y ~,erday.. e .reports it the bet 7 .ewelry Clocks.
Fine Jersey cow for ale. Apply to N to.iaa re rS .. yh e ta. er Jewelry, th hClocks,.
J. R.B Emmo. o -nl hasmbees ts avo, e.fMloi, Thwelty usbal ahonid not forest .. No. T L AY OV ELT.IT
Bargans r three days In ladles' weo am5sders~te at&?rbPlt W the audin for backs that linger B .0 HOLIDAY NOVELTIES.
JaetWmas j. nan6me's. ` around the d1e eo, the arrival of
daosed prise on ladies' jackets for N N abeIee where i |r trains. Ty will get loud. 1
,thre days at J. M ,ands,'. ti.B i00ereft Dr. Chae. W. Johnson of Jackson. /PP1nl, t O I I 0
Ordw your Ohristma frolt eake WrSeenlealft, &,areCrrsesbythe ville,CGrandM,1froft heStateLodge, a o.,
now. Ko*eponoBakery, dif beauty ". | F. & A. M., who Is atteding the dis.
O. 0. Spencer of Alachus, deputy byalea d .orb by rietmeeting of the order, is the guest Jewelers and Importers,
Sax eolleotor, was in the city jester. masnp o0mLY T y nf Pat sMaster Marous Endel while in 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
4i11. National Toit Co., Paris, T41n. West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. asd Mrs. H. G. Rembert of Lea- Sold is O (,ille by J. IL odiford Remember you can wnrk a horse or
oan are the goests of her mother, Mrs,, & o. od J. W. MhOolam & a mle bought of W. R, Thoma.s te Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention
Garrett. .. days and "esurn him, getting every
/ erv. D. B. StrolsMl and wTIife of 1- of Lake Ci~tw h~e~" /sent of your money bak if not .stis. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
S Rem v. D.B. Strobe and wife of *- R. T. Booser of Lake City ws in the fled, bat we 'do not defy competition.
Sem, Va., were registered at the ewn eity yesterday. W. R. Thomu.
Boos y yeterdd. f W. W. R.Thomas.
lroons yesterday. Hard wood for sole Ia oar, lots. J. For Sate or Exohange-Desirable - -I
Superintendent Mier ill co. H. olly, Artedoado, F.it o hotel property in Chicago. Fine loa.-
Uenes on his rpairesA 'the water
roerk In about ton days. t Rev. Sam Sdeill, ea*, ae and son- tioni Part deaires to come to Flor.
.rks ab wot retentdys e quoored every one ian Gainesville who idis and will sell or exabange for Flor.
i. H. DeLand, who recently reign. heard him. ida pr perty. Address 174 Oakwood,
e4 as principal of the roble school, 4. H. Hins of arose was in h hI 4
wu In the ity yesterday. oity yesterday so purchase goods and Rev. W. Way of Dalton,Ga.. for-
Sor Bale or Exhange-A large num. sll his cotton. mer pastor of the First Presbyterian .
b e r of horses. heap for ash. Call Anyone having oi or country prop. hure h of t isl, stopped over to
Ilunter Edwards. dtn t o rty for ale m#ay apply to'Orr & Steen- meet a nRmib of his friends yester
Furnished room to rent on block ad. bu, Gainesville, Fla. day, on hisw tw-o Tacoma, where he
n p tlem~mn tennt] We do not defy competition but in. to at h mith-eece
prefer d. Apply at Sun ofloe.p
trvi inspeetlfor and guarantee ,smk nuptials' I
S Topeatie for sale as, this a. and prices. W. R. Thomas. Major J. W. Tench, who has charge
".Wse per doses,. $3per hundreds lf. of Shthe Alaahua county.exhibit at the J B F
*ash must aooidpany order. dwoatf Just Received-A fresh car of Onee thAla n i a t
oh a ny ordr d f Kentucky m-les and horses, suitable State Fait, arrived in the city jester.
You willsuey miss, mladie, If f pall purposes. Come and look them day. Mrs. ,is in charge during
Iq fail to call as J. Manase's ad ovr. rford Davi. his abe and she has rendered ex
boly a jacket during the next three .cellent ervie in making the display
days. The goods are the best, the olriees are s attractive as Ithe means at her disp'a
the lowest on ladies' jackets at J.1aa raci w ou admt..
Sew Johnsuin, the popular Haw- Manasee's. They will be sold at bot- posal would adait.
oord druist, wau the guest of his tom prces for a few days. We are Inan, eposion to furnish first,
brotherW. M. Johnson, of this 'Hay, rry A d returned yesterday l es, b ake ad alettues hampers
,yesterday.from a visit to I iaSeetreair. He says plomly bbat re asdod ablrupe orain
1. W. Harrell of Santa Fe. one of y t mhe fair s there Tampa Bay Hotel are ar omt mt s able prices oandI a THE CONTINENTAL. CAFrl
the prosperous farmers of that section, great. He boarded at the latter a rsa" h proopt.n ipmert on all (First coror South of P. o.)
wou in the ity yesterday to s how hour and ld the grad marsh at the A L. railroads. Williston Mnu. ames Cntlnntal Cedar Key Oystrs. Drip Coe. Western nests. Ber.
so was progressing ball of the Gasparilla Club. faesratun Co., Williston, Fla. dawitf. Vies Uexelld. Opean Early and Late.
There I sa dellelousueass to th e Blue - ...... .... .. ." -
Ribbou Flavor that delight, the most ."...._
mstidious. Just try Blue Ribbon Jem- I
ea and vanilla-. treats. Te N EaW pO RK R AC ET So est T. F, TI0EAS
ne proof and Ninetyday s stock o UNDERTAKING CO.,
oler sheep for sash. Se us before you
b. 0.d. M t&o. The 5 DAYS' SPECIAL SALE lb n a grand seeme. Our sto re has been
R" ward-I- will Ipay T0 reward for m/orni till late as ghs. Bt ther I arLeSa oLfmdorle whnoabs buners fn o early IFULL LINE O
er eaties who emaated 1 my Irrigtin have therfore id.s W ContinUe Ot Sl 1for the Balance C UI tIS WIOk fi'.'evry. NEW 00003....
plants. John M. Flewelle'. one aI opporltunity AI atbadvantage of she natbsles vess th we are ofedig. All ea pe will eoetin for
sthe balaies of tie week. I aj haven't been to tohe sale, lase advantage of the o gea t rdections oa numero rlee AtIENTS ,s,,
When in need of sayF bomes or of mereahadle. JOI TM 0ROWD and some to the sure where the dollar bay. the meet. ""o
maile, beagics or wagon, horses or ,ONOI'ENTP, TOEMA1ThU
lap robes ell on OCrawfod 4 Davis. a.......n ad 1N 1rCM, -

pen she Gest I raoe want foD 1PFEBO, Weo"a
drq "''our yo,.. M.d Phifer's Corner. GAINRVILL1, FLORIDA .15
drop. undp frem under. _. _. oII__ ..... .. .. i

The turpientine business il 'laking it, see Orr a Sseetabes. If you wests ouoe, b s _ _ _
thL1 I.. ..A.~. .-A...a L I .. l-----. ld *, I t1ood Deal Are~ x ate to ,.. a .,-

wtvp oiVtrvy inu ntri e UVo Uead to ay it wWI pa yuu W wn t0rhem% j "m r -The ---ee- wus ma mo pleasing
fol workme in the various camps also, asthey have oem deirable sites. be Made hIn Pew ODe. to all by bth lavish display of tate.
Veable & Juose are, 4tertisiug for .,---. .. ... While there lm sgreatstir in the folly bleade deoratioe of the rooms,
ma- as 0*la. and Worthinxtom EA THIS r*el estate markS e(ity a the and tbo. p-eset to ejoy the oea-
We have on a e a eartood of mules lREADU 1 premnt i.me, tadWlbon-d so be a doe were Mr. uad Mr. E. Dow,
1d a owsroad of horms. We luran- OLAMaTsLL,. TU ., June 4, 1901. moV*W il a lMl this il Me that Dr and Mrs P. MeKltrI Jr., Mrs.
tee our stoek aod refuad purchm Dr. K.. Hall. S. Louti. Mo.: Dr wiU ean ooa ll e r n g thate lle. 0 A. Kllfl. MUi BR m of Ohio.
pIres any time within se day if same Doeter-It is wih pleasure that I In tUoelty the plsaI' a Irme rad MiM nBrerof 4. Petersbarg and NMic
s usatfstftory. W R. Thomas oommoad your Texas Woo dlr lfor hkd. **n II w* pahiNme s Cor Lye.m
Wara1ety deed and mortgap bslrank so and bladder uoublo, s my wife *milf te prisWVM as at 1l they
for s*ale a this oaes. the form usd ir &ad mynlf have beth d Is and ea. thk we he e1 high Thew asr AI
Aieh4t4 etnty wbtbh avtn mony ino perseewd *aoderfla ImN from 1ti as *MN W O"Odi"rN le The Seaoar* Air s e operat* bar.
eswordlag. IX per hudred or bior pr use. Cm M. ussa. atAd t m fNee rSor cars e Wa'lo od
u~ .... ed~my~a),. -- -..-, to Tamps oP n an Jeo l" W4 d %has
d4esI ty mail Caub l mustt company -p desk," I ....M Mi -- 1 ha
*et. dawtf A rIXA WOIK dse ther dtge is manw *a sh with ase -mnsing traint fronta
08ay, Meront A & o the gran. Ue small albto thek TOse WI*. No am O, Me il e.
ad sogar you are oeria, )s po~u, dor., *aft iftgol Theel is aeid*nmad er l"aming o.* atcst of tbe Meal ometl g
tSI Food. por .ugr?" Pu sitrely aj dile anadMl U. 6ae, nid at the l me s al it it d h shat EdMos"* i a.ioet.
yi nd mo e than that. oo ( Ist tl.a els MM applnets i o* a will o l be asi. Iwbe.hame sstNroovl.. Te, .
omu t to rhe poood. Oall-bAu)-pay;. .rMWek a kadL, t ente 3 t AtUfnic Cool
--et be eauviored. ). 8 Morrchant SUmS and alM IugIMetitle of AtL kid. i 1 L-e Railway hB ass raMd.io e11I
a& aomps a. n I d neti bleMath We a m WekOet as U SeSmma tare riue
The A t e i 0amUset off#**rs.a womIa. "Now" b a me ar LdI&rs oim ae rate Plorwwoe y*rwe hahtr lt0 ruad e Ip
anlZ rttem&afd re children. Mob OIt f *VieThem- I- a1 WIN! beMwwmb
aine Fllrte. ter lr of 7(a wllo h suo MU t ras I I o i. Md Es theiroay i"ploews and M MA ba4 l att of some
s loedal fees F eatr. to 7.small Is" Mw ag&. ans some. 30 Ma I s *6 will be Seambe a0. For fall ro i.
.A&. her t-s Kt-. l oT cow" ure -- M 0__- 1sse10r1
OlasSIPetilelBhmp a*l.. daMly ehmt ti. P 8"P6Md AtlB | jL1 1"." SwW- i a.
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