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 24, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01032
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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81 E

VOL. X II, NO. 248



American Federation of Labor

Would Bar Chineso.


Toh PIttsburg Meeting of the Americanl


EM,, ,,.T ,AMONG I
I Daughter of Mrs Margaret Todd Gives
Out Interesting Statement II IN TS
New York, Nov. 23--Mrs. RosalieEA AN
TPousey, only surviving cll 1 of Mrs.
Margaret Todd, who was killed under
sutwrcious erreumstancs in Phllade:.. Trouble Xay Dtv-lop Into a
phia recently, arrived from Europe'
las: nig.it To the reporters who call. General Uprising.
ed 'o see her she said:-
"The last time I saw my mo:'t.r wa j ARE IMUUED WITH SOCIALISM
on June 5. 1;H"03 when I ws leaving --.-
for Europe. She then said to une In Aci*-**-m f, *mO r,..t L,. .at .
Al.. taos. fro the~ cn -. '. at %

Fdertion of Labor Drawing to a general way that sht na.l made a
ny Resolution Ae will about 18 months before. She
made no reference to the will which
sated and Passed by that Body. waa fled by Ingersoll to Lockwood.
Pittb Nov. .-Aneffort apparently In 12, nor to $10,10.).
ia &de by t.e delegates 1to0 t lCOI which amount she had in trust for her.
vtaa teb th AmericanFedorat ion of "I never heard her say she wanted
.erat oof the the wori of tce con. Mr. Lockwood appointe- custodian of
v teond by tomorrow evening but her l).-3essions. Hier only reference to
tLr are n et many questions to be hi then, in fact, a n sayng that
-S~eae~ final adjournment umay sh was through with him for good and
. -40 untlnl the end of t week. ha I hib receipt for payment on hib s rr.
."st eome until the end of tAe week. *n
v.c s in full. In answer to a ques
President Gompers' report wav aiga'n a tol u i l to
Wo. the convention at this nouru I l r11ee
I l cwkwoo c'.atin after tru tee,.Mrs,
lagr session and the following r, o.
taqr were unalimously adoptdil.y r: V1i.0i' that s1o wuld ltav.
"Reoommending the exclusion t h a ofvh t) in' e k.
CUineL.e, Japanese atnd Kor.ean llatlr w' ,l's cowc' ani l)ui her Igu:
IL this country and it.s poi .ions, right to tae :mlt."
9peohblUing the emnrioym'iint of c, "\l in r' I 4l he." a Ided. "I re.
brint\i td Iit l,,rs fIr.)ni my lmoth r AI.;,
Jabor; instrutl ing tio n.x. 4l to select one labor o .i .,u )ti r pap* ':s 1 ad !)n' s' l n t l t
against vb'hii an injuni:intia Las !, (;i f
.'lantd, employ coni;, : t'i>t a.t, ; ii an r Itti
arry the csie to toe I n t1rid ' :.
'apreme court to test t:. cne i:1i' CARGO SPOILS FOOD AND WATER
ionaltty of the injuinte il i;i s'- 11() ,
.In t$roe; pledging support to the .,'k Fumes of Redwood Cause Awful Suf.
-ta prilPtts and rc.:,mn.inrlnllgl tl| e fearing of Schooner's Crew.
O&alg d a meeting o f thi. Inu:era New' Y"ork, Nov ;2:; -.\ catll) l)f r,'
.*ial1 Woman's Laller Ialegue to ad w JIt dlfer*tcAs aid to .xist in t1':a food anid sxi'ed the water, was re
b e0i lal auxiliary of th'. t.rl ra tlion."' $ lo)nsible for a tfr;rible n. vlIen'ir'
Under a speatl ordl.r of busineV w.ilch lI-ell the Ute grievrace commi:ete's report on ra in the b)lth Atlantic ocean anad
the ditpuie of the lBrewery 'v rk, rs' which was r ported yesterday by the
union agaoust the euginoersi and tire. oftlfrr of the steamer Korraira I
men which wa under consldtratiun Thie etenmer is In pw r here frnrn
yesterday, was again taken up. Calcutta WJlle In mid.wean toe Ko-


reianna Isighte'l thne bark I)c,.aitnl
and flying a dis'roxA signs for provl
LPti r a lr n ul- t ns -. v n

Police Find Nurse Who Waited Upon I r",r '""lir" i" n lOmtl po" out IrU
Susanna Geary in Hospital. I t liark for the Knreann. and >tO,
or ,on, .ov. .;--.A rit an ImiIxr *" ( otrd tultr' "<-">rr@ Ih-
taunt witness.- whi :%;]l at, ilr ailn't-.t csee that the four oarfleni re i.led In
the three mi noi iin!,.r itinli~r e nis ft iin c'ln thir is'C front ehaus1ton The on
nectton with th. doiel h if S~un;t'.a I.:' I of t.liAe re'milnling on the. hurk
ry, the suit ca N .. ,::. a. .i C toind toI 'i 'lven nore pitifull.
Geary, the suit ca9 - \:0: ;i.. ;. .a> I" -i(
found, the polie ray. lit ara II' was .exl ;ailtied that a cargo or re 1.
found, the pollk -ay. In M., Sar. <
i,1 Au)'mulllued In Smouth Amerltia wil;,e
lizaheth Griffith, a nui;ir' h,. It 1 (
alleged attend t. G ar w .h heavy wtl1 Ia hadl tainted both to ,
allege, attend t ( ar : a a I water with its furnes. For si
he latter was dying. F
'This nurse has made sta'terwe kn r toIA ks Ile'li to the Koreanna's ap
t he police which the authrt: c rl, ;)'n : ral,. the 22 menn nthe bark ha
will be of material a t. 'n t niruk rain water an4 eaten salt pork
will be of material apisi'2azcte tee *-" "
,Kt :; :nal~ of the crew waa 1I.
,proeutloon in tae trial of the .aillnt Dr. Percy Meljod. \\''ll:tin
Itat and Lewil Crawford. the acctrse.1' Army .rgeon Makes Repe
I\\Wahing'on. Nov 23,.--Joa R. Hol.!
fluei ,+, actlld rtnniIl. Untled SItais
'The police say that Mi ss nritltd a
'Me pol srn.ay that M.wh, rcl'll 1 return** trom the
4s satisSled them that ,she I Int no arne who recently ru d r t
may crininally liable In the rase .;, .ar. army in Manchurti with whlcb
having been ca',ld in s nurse after hi *ntt 'thrvUlt part of the at paig
4 seeoDd operation had twen p-r it, *.. wa r against Japan, has been
termed. ai. or'L4 I tl t. chief of staff to gir
____' .0-': a C'< of his official report. Ae
rcr.l:ng tL titlell o thll e lsmer of
Valiube Shipment of Hoeree. U 11ed an 1,I f woiwmads waas Ia
beVraletoi. Caltf.. Not. !3 -PmrI nemr, ar.I 't.-, n',lmir of mes deal from
lpecial tralns (4i ratiria n ia:*,rer i t,.-. e (,' Three,. stalstir arv c .
-e aedule are carrying It N.S w I.rk r'.,l.e o'f eastal!i at Pewi Arutor
theL ipment of or< frn; 'he Han oorsl .hi '.mn. Eeartly tw' an
4h& dl Paso. John Mla, a I,~-:rn Idea f-,,rn rf bu'* of( battle to o) Mae
tea- at of the Haigg!n ranch arnci'Pa fead frm siBkns.s This rtrJ Is.
b by CeOeral Agent W II S... .'in act, .r-r.r ',. **it!lrfi. Ite 1b" made
4WI IUtOU Central ral:ran,! '-'~s p'l i ai a. t,, f.ie pre.ea tl ,.
-is tel bet cr of the f,'ir ..a ._--
la pIIpat. It is unnr*'.,, *: a .00 toe the Ortet.
d at a mfllme do'a ar.: i. i.-i g. ,, No - ar' two
il- adortl'Jy tast m.::.,"in Th i m::.r1-, i' I in ery iI be takes
4 tr~ lo:ati o f tr.r ' o .' *,.at by the PariTe "all
Ile j k w be a forek to ? : ".i' !n. i a on Meoarday sort
ng sadY WtL a fore -, .'- To f '4rS. r'msaletis of
tift aMW two groomD :"o a ,-, a eol:a- a.Wi4 at
--.. - . h m t e-l

,I 1 3.1 01 1 1q~qF MRrq law Ir
be Agreement ac .4 a4?I i'" d Shar a
I~Yo-rkY 0 Y. Z : e baa 5u-1'et bows
eowfsrwe a day's M. *.* wpo. th. New
IIlN emrhag eat prot'.":.r -ra ,~, r.a.g~U a t0kU

U roaaa6 y~eJayI by row: ~. 'f.'.i '' lr lc I' an.! maa
te D wsd0-404S"to#"a
IUSI ales 01 America -N, i OW." C-Spo wr I Fwero.
mum" I'q rw sa ., .c t x Ma n .' .M
SNO "In tkb iyt T tam. I lstNM

t+I. 71tIS~ Uhe ta~a tin a asesa Fr U
v~t"rbmeabee" ,a as

e WI's t ba7 So9IA. I "e aI it Re lep the
"W~rr of W t ow that
so a am be OW. M nw b

AIritmg th Fan I er and ten II o
Among the Farmers and the Gov-

ernment May Have Further Trouble
American Minister Sends Report.
Mosoow, Nov. 23J- lre excitement
1aong the peIaubts ::. :..' central and
southeustern proving is spreading
rapidly and It Is fi.itr it will be I
possible to supprt- lit. Movement
wlich ;F 1s;ls to l t ;iol into a gen-
eral uprislan. T:,,. rivolu iontIats
along tie peasant> a:,. lndustriously
spreading the mor) '.; ,t t imperial
reform laanifstal :.i. cret'td a di-
vision of the landl' iI : a.l lie no;,i
InteliKgencit and .1' s' d storted It andi
totk all the frtee.i ',: for theinmslvei
and the peaaats .,.fore hav' the
right to possee~ '.. iuir.:< \ of the
lanids whica the etni. rl I' gri. nted (hetii.
T it peasant counit.., w:l; anmiiible
heit tomorrow. It i. .ui,. 1) unidtr tlh
ldllihlaion of ninu hori tihe vllagel
Il.o, during resildiJl in Ithe c'tlie

have t''eunii itlfn,
I1';. These men ar,
pilitiofl of the lait
vision of the v'.l'.C
Ing5 totie atfusal cii'

Iii re' of the zetwin

of thie p ac,.ltl ;Ik 0i1

Cwr to
Washinu CI'itl
partmeat rt lci
from lir Fad

I *i* *** *" j*
Sof the ATmerl I
burg Iwinglh,

ltIat thrilt

swill le cintlir :
IPean) d-hilt :*

ants to b'4c,
P'aiants wil ,
Sthe emperor .
If le to his I

t,lein money

%% 11 h Odt-ot hI it I %
pr-aeruhl g I i,* ,
I - Mnd tht .11
11 1I iareiAvibrat

radvIi .al% 0,4
r A Ii re aS1L111411t

Afoist Peasants.

I Cli lied ict i:ct' alr.I
l caiaiurge toi'~l~aro-m
Atti r ii i3'i a t SI h tera.

piii w ialtdt) !- nhji

i 3! at e' iar l "', I t-c'

flyi wito It1e III, will
it, Jant 1. I7 l. i'-A
#.ow ner 5 t~e lim.-I
11.11Pticet 1A1,4lalte tInti
affor.l Inr'rcrueclm- ,I'.i
1.1:8' i Lia 1.1 Ato aAmia
hat cit he wIll jifrclt

by the new S5ralicP'utCV

All I fo enonMosow.
4 Pet'rst irt. NoM,' 3.--AII eyes
comntlaue to riveted om Mosnyw.
where tie' Wr xto' is the tematvo eAn.
gress on ahe' wacetkg Aof suloporting
Premier ~'* a continuing Flow sof
the moot 4-11 1 gI v In n tirls rsoo
re.. a&re ur Tm 'be* niweusIty for Ma.
lying the ni #rate sentlmeent In str.-
port of he ctffnint bti te, Irre-
nmecillabte r. I atl oltmest appears to
rash a split norVI'IIA.
Should a '0 --0-1111 tO utwpirt the
premier benr, r- I. It sMs almost ve
jtam tht tt 1 hI e. inPid Witb ecash.
tima T)w l. a 'iftaematlisemI so
eembly serr,- too bAe bomaa aadoaed.
Uet am th- 'm-na&4 S ewuaveMr n ot
tue. to ac ith Ihe pre Ls lIel
to yed.
Ta' op01'IreMl 0Prartf 011
far before 0- -r -*ro Is Prulse Im
g',hoe'u a p' fcr $OW N oftheam
eraeatso '. a, uIs fas4e os e pes.
dpi9 of a ar,.,itwtk "egm not
tow mtif 't .id .q tMe ership of x
Soberti I asi-t i 'i -AU l he gex.
so si seMa i.. .n V h So sprUpeI
with f fu es *4 f 'MM, vos
soon" ans. l"Noadis" tri WWl sa
siato to aL oi Is gatlle aa

UnIUW r 41k., Use 5 IS-A

ma." Pile
la a *#N
deoft was
w fit*,Itho pl.
of a seT'i,

som sne I
besa '77155

Is a w*or
md an if"
im so do 04

*O4O rotteefws LO
fo ul, 4r rP6 0e&ago

4MMOW 00 **AS* Of #*
tw s f batw rV ro

kdkatmha saM4 of b
tIt~'E ed ,It p



.5 9


Perklns. Who .as Been In Ruesia on
usinelvn Arrives Hore.
New York. Nov. 3.--4eorge W. Per.
kings. partner of J. Plerpont Morgan.
vice present of tie New York IJft
Insurance company, arrived here from
Eurupe on the Kaiser Wilhelm ,Ier
GOrsse last night Asked whether he,
i ad sen, Jurlu Andrew HLmUlton,
wanted as a w!tne'ss In the legllative
Inmttrance Inveltigation, Mr. Perklns
"Nu sir. I l not ***e Mr. Ilamll-
ton. I did not go fur the purpose of
aseing him. I did not went to seo
hi ., and I had no instructions to see
him. My l5-it to Europe did not
ooncern him at all."
AS to Lit, R:lislan llatur and fitneial
matters In general, jMr I'erklmn was
ctt'fedinglly reticent. "Rejofirt that
have citlloe rom Russian are very nrurb
exaggvrate(d," he 1 at., and t i', sitti
Lion Is not r 'arly as bul as it is
"'LMI ),y rally have to charter a
I gLtt stllt Ipai> a larri trnl otint ilo g't
a& ay fl4ot S'. 'a ttlitt.." Mr. 1'r
kilA ,s is4 kd. a
"ThiI r i 1, lnot a woit i f Iruth inl
t ost' ttl! ;" S li. lt'l :) i hadt
no trlu.h.. w. :i.l g ,l t it f MSt I'itvis'ellK t
anl t wii as > n ) I ii .ii f1 lir ti )] .iur t
i) ."3


Rih Man F.nds His Relations Who
WIll Of Orestty Benetited.
Je -.,~4 N I Nov :1 'Ihe

ae .t st i2C iir Irr .II .e i p
8W L 11 1 94 So, A, rt 1 y11. 1 (' ll

dlt'.ticezu ecI si fue~l It i li) t

,ete .1vci;:~ ~t ii Itun a, 5rliye .u I
(11 -tli"1 111 4: 8 f(II 1 Oli poll tw ill) 1111,
f G li i ll al
111rs~iai we licte i'e 1'.111m fr
% I~. u i pt :, I A II ui .I.i %%1141 Itf .. n )oh i t fei

l4 -~ g~ 3uui3 1 I 11 1 ll01 nI Chti I 'I
~ifl nto e.~* i. Illii t'll ii 'pollt
\u~aft 4' ;~.' ii t' ,ej i 4 e'nuht
la. .. i I c.!114' cf i I V-)

(l lii' ai .r Toiii #- I .top At ral

(Ti on Itt I, 'tI % r, t l tawl is rt

Four Killed by Itaplslon.
I Sloin I(Tr., N J, Nor 2 I Pur
mill we re ,iswn to pIwee by an lex
Ilol,.tn ea' 1 i :lJia rlatiry f thfe later
naltonal PI'eilr and Ca.emical compa.
ny at 'r;iln They ,wre Jobs
Pierre, lrankll pratford, John sApple
gate, J W Itell-pth. salertiai deatl of
Lthe latorfat'ry What Oaue*d tlbhe
plialein will server t be haw. an only
the four mwn were th(e hullbdlnl a'
the tIlno The belldlag wa a oatIitry
frame isruenre*,. La bTcamel of rh
llablity tot epkltlsw wa wparain's
from all &aers l Ia tl plant., 4r-1. a
stare LaseO wblolft ela t are an I a..

ManswriptRP416" seld.
New York1 NoW. I A-- A nl w-ir'
AtomainUseAis manswfrllu as !r..,
of Mr Jneaws *&creraw s of,.v1.t:
awyer. w" Now at arlith I?'iu.a
legal 6eine'O W 5taglata e. !.,@ 1
LIeis'um haaittrlg Ii tu '. i visv
i.1514 ,It paid fur s'. 7 a 't-or
BfUlinbeeb Sb1rter viiofe 'CO
ant. tted %sahlar-ie %.v 'T is0
" 016#11 b1 I'r"P6t !IFh Jftit-i O'
bru $2.) it a A m or II
00Wvitt. hi 4byeWanhing
ie.m d war a Y 1?,$175 ins atl
to thealm I'S&** to11mr v a -Inaoreegoto
to a&arISIu's r' fil Tb.
SISMce OIAKA :A 1e. ).sera fI

p als i CFs Pro".
-W -, - KI&S Chart.06 O
PittectAga rilte 1 0'- 'A.2 (to, rvtsf
*, Polk" 1 a 11*. Johns ob.is
IWa me" 'O. reeti. ralre" 0"a
V44* S04 1114. '.fb agt tCY~me I
s~ttec '" ',-' f'4g elies

wtf .w rn. 1'' '4W Les heC *
three '.I to ! a~arvA wix

OWO .tv .-f. Ala 1)k "'bram O
0 wePia. a l'uLA 77 lewfe l@ "
INOL Tu ~r~U
bv we Own ts 47t








Conflagration Destroys Female

Boarding 8chooL


Only One Girl Is Injwred-;lirepm
Held Nets and Pupils Jump Inte
Them From Burnlnq Bullding-An
Overheated Funace Cause of Firl

Lawrence. Mass., Nov 2:1. -All but
one of four aunidred girlr attending
thu I'nariral c.acl l l of St. Ann's par.
ish, whose liveft wre etilattnigred by
fire in the building today, etcape4
without injury, although t5 of them
wete caught in nets by firemen as they
were dropped from a third story wli-
tdo by a teacher.
lirua Iroulin, 12 years of age, was
Likeni to a liolital ufflering from the
effect of frig.it and t Inalation Of
inwoke aill i Is thought she wUl roov.
or. All the itl ills except tboa on
hile thli. floti, wiho i.'raptid by esoas
if the int, ti rolirch d'out of the i aill dlngI
IU g4od ordilr Lhvn tu e alarm WU
T''I'o f'r wal ciaui tud by tin ovr-heat.
"d tirnare
Sister Mat y, ,ne of tI.r teachers.
and hrr 25 I piitls, who were on the
hlrd. Ihrr. co'a.i:l ntt io't down toe
staira til at4 'C1lnli tof the, siuike. The
teacher led thl' rhl,litii to the wll
IowI licinraath itaiiv lthe lrcmnle bad
stretch eii a n it I'ntid r theo L itel 's
llroctions itth( i r cIa iiiiit el oit over
Ile ill slad oul, lby one were nasiated
o drn)li, ad warr caught ifeuly In the
apptarAtiim hleIl lby the nrfiremn. Atkr
he lIst chilt hnl Itw'ni cared for, BU.-
*'r Mary her t If reacvtl.i I three Istr
i) (me'ans of a laiiler
Tiat daImiiau Iito )l( Iilldlng waS

The Associstion Will se In Soeeele
for Three Days.
NA011Iavlle. Now ThIle stixtenth

national i amail' tet*Ilt a'II cehnvt'f her
tills ,v*"U1h in :u a ionjilitfictifa with the
55 t140Stl 11eu if ifi. 1egia sail ptil Pre

sm.e 1 vcinnl Iti a, em om*thuorlls btee,
Alrrs~l) 1:e s -, va tnutimber of well
killwn asi' i i e t i t. cmifte 'In I M ti Nett.
and ni-y1r 1 will site' oit the eteSIS
treln. C'anilrm I) MrgPilievid"
thog 01'ahf' ciermual c, ,(koeggebem.
N C p i,,"ui'tuut of the edewbSt
555'V.m and. e B Brow Aye V, 9rUS.
leont apf -'j, I ti t ervilly raT ?seumeem. Ib
fiffr e.fit of ( the AaeOeiafle f 6 C
age. iee *II l~*I'remprawr S~oeLs of e

Adt 1r'.m of vlevmme as belialf *
the, ClOY an state this #Tlwg wIl lbe
tlisott hy ltuy iirriamf ('Ie, sa"e Mgbe
if a10 18leaeatiooaiIs~tiftloe.IElmo
Phit'e'fttitrsdS 9. A. Mby9et.
ilasswowe will he made by Preglide
('ra~igeled. of Tfalae ssivoroty. f
%sw (fvie1e9, "4 Ohasetii N tt
of abe t'5llve'ftity f so ~Swvip i
manual alirve'nee ef lo. prealdeeleofo
a. ,two AseueIatlos cii atwlo be do
liv~re4 tbis evoulac

Frsaie o 00"Not Aoeode.
Prsl. Nov 12, -Inplty at Ib O
vWX r'elir w-ougrA the boet eftof
repotsrl hal IFP&M.0 ans"de so e pyg
d"ti ('amc, e ruesl t I te laloee who
-wift d I.W yewSmok am*I* M.
TWate, t t oroac abegO merabift.
wo Owaetw so Is ir el OIeIem"
my that 'a. wrre l baa bveesri
ampL'soeIv heeg Isbeined regardl
The eff"elve teeasuf"of a*tMe &&,Isa

will give twfarfeu0PkIuua'lns :4 ew.
asteise ~ bia a usl~at cc, 'rla,

bIoa ladso t)*a eUSRle'e
ma et"*tne O Swns N.'mOle
Usaw our" Ofsar U96106
N~dle. Ala i.: ?.r fa~ap
sadbW A!&, *A,,- I.' IPA'tOMO14W~a
amWesa s61e et* I -.8r, $s svee v
b" om w*blo o "
meets. wed ~u. .'.W~64110~
taim mbrSa t,1ia'thMe ~ar
weMe's.44awin ai I Pa irloep
Ips e "004 n, o 'b f t'@e Tax mr
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.,TE NOVEBE 1905.




A. B. Britton is Here to
In Uptigat Conditions.


Oinevil.'e Postmaster Sometime
W AdNdt1ed Government That New
R ou leWrte Necessary-tour Ad-
4)4nil Routes Are Su*Fested.
A lbog with the generpt advancement
iO(tIneaville and Aaehua county is
S development of he rural fr'e mail
e 1d.Iery systerv'which is proving of so
S benefltto th, people revilding in
*1. eoun tr 'n the vicinity of all towns
where a ree rural route has been es-
bout a year ago a route was estab-
bed leading from Oalnesville in a
westerly direction and including all
families living within a certain radius
of the line fora distance of nine miles.
This service has proved most satisfac-
tory to persons along this route b.-
eause of the fact that they have been
able to secure their mail daily without
the Ineonveniences of a trip to the
Hon. Asell B. Britton, superintend-
e S of the rural department of the
United States government, who is at
S present making his headquarters In
Lake City, arrived Thursday for the
purpose of investigating the various
proposed additional rnutes from this
S ly. He expects to go over the routes
thoroughly and will no doubt recom-
S nmod the establishment of one or
more additional routes, as suggested
by Postmaster Arnow.
In speaking of the establishment of
new routes, Postmatter Arnow states
that the routes, as recommended,
will likely be instituted in the order
amaed. Route No." provides a trip
hom Gainesville to Arrendodo and
XanapaSha, returning via Rocky Point,
ad providing fordellvery to about one
headred and twenty five families.
This s the route which Mr. Britton ex-
. paote to cover today and which will no
doubt be established within a short

Yung Man Well Known Nere Expired
In Evansville, Indiana.
"' The Oweasboro (Ky.) Enquirer ef
lo atdate has the following to say
S earding the death of Dr. Aaron
Moseley, who was for some time a re0.
Meat of this city, and was well and fa.
,orably known here. Dr. Moseley was
a nephew of W. P. Moseley and Mrs.
J. oode, and for several months
waa engaged In the practle of his pro.
fe-oion here. Friends of the Dootor
will regret very mueh to learn of his
death, as he was a young man with a
most promising future.
The Enquirer says:
"Dr. Aaron Moseley. formerly of
MLean county, died Friday in Evans.
S ille, after a brief Illoness of typhoid
fever. The remains were shipped to
Oalhoon Friday afternoon by boat.
r ad were buried Saturday afternoon at
So'elook at the family burying ground
Oa the old Hobert Moseley plaoe.
"Dr. Moeley was twenty-two years
of age, and was one of the brightest
yooag men ihat MNlLean county has
prodoeed i. e was given a good edu.
oallon, said attended the Amerioan
Scboel of Ot)teopalhy. frtun which he
g adaeted last June with high honor.
Is August he located in Eranville
Sa4 at once eritered ton a good prac-
%i0. H is future gavi every evidence
ef being very bright whir ht was
etrlkenadown by the dise*cas which
aoaed his death. lie is rPirtvrd by
his father and mtother anRd sr'eral
brothers and usterv "

It almost makes you
sick to think of it, but it
isn't nearly as bad as it
used to be. Theimproved
method of refining it
makes it much easier to
take, and when made into
Scott's Emulsion almost
every one can take it.
Most children like it and
all children that are not
robust are benefited by it.
When the doctor says
"Take cod liver oil," he
generally means Scott's
Emulsion; ask him if he
doesn't. They know it is
more easily digested and
better than the plain oil.
(COTT & BOWNE, 4o Pearl Street, New York


It it Now before the Supreme Court.
H. H. BuckVran for Defense.

Tallahassee, November 28--Buck-
mas'a bill was before the Supreme
Court this morning. Cooper A Cooper
and A J. Hendry for complainants,
and A. W. Cockrell,Sr, Fred T. Myer
and H. H. Buckman for the Board of
A number of prominent people from
over the State were present to hear the
argument. Cooper asked for more
time and the court granted ,uotil to-
morrow at 9 o'clock.

Best On the Road.

Filz & Webiter present to the the.
atre-going public of this city their
newest version of the big farce com-
edy success, "A Breesy Time." A sur.
felt of merry ideas and hilarious sit.
oatlons, incorporated into a plot of in.
genius originality and intense inter-
est. An entertainment of absolute su.
priority, well to the froat in the race
for popularity. The nae of Fl 4
Webster for past seaatI has b a
"trade mark" for good, elesa comedy,
and thee who attend a performance
of "A Breesy Time" can assure them.
solves of an evening's enjoyment
served up In the very latest style. Our
specialty artists are a decided festore,
having been chosen from among the
leading vaudeville performers of the
day, and with our long experience we
could not do otherwise than choose
plessingand catchy acts. In all, a
production of vast amusing poesibil.
cities and recogonsed upon its merit as
the best farce comedy on the road.

Week of Prayer.
The following is the program for thb
afternoon at 8:80 o'clock, for the week
of prayer service :
Subject, "Indian Miasion and Cuba,"
Miss Rond, leader.
Scripture Lesson.
Gloria Patria.
Talk, "The Irene Tolanel School"-
Mrs. McElvey.
"Outlook in Cuba"-Mrm. Medlio.
"Extract From Dr. Lambuth' Let-
ter to Woman's Board"-Mies Maaon.

Heading. "'amantha and The lMi.
mionary Advoeate"-Mrs. W. R.
Ilology and Renediction.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lsag
remedy, and on aeoount of the mrat

Those. Conradson Loses Barn. Horses,
Grain, Etc., by Fire Sunday Night.
Tboma Oonradion, who resides near
Paradise, aboos four miles to )he
northward of ainesville, was the vie-
tim Sunday night of a most disastrous
fire, which coea him several hundred
The fire originated in the barn, and
was not discovered atil well under
way, and it was impossible to extin-
guish the flames, notwithstanding that
neighbors eame to the Scene and
worked heroically.
It is understood that the loss
amounted to the barn. which was a
substantial structure, two horses, four
hundred bushels of corn, several tons
of hay, thirty-two head of fine turkeys,
together with a quantity of farm im.
elements. There was no insurance.
The origin of the fire was not learned.
Friends of Mr. Oonradson sympa-
thize with him in the los of this prop-
Mrs. Hubard in New York.
New York, Nov. 23.-Mrs. Isonidas
Hubbard, the explorer and laboratory,
reached here yesterday and went on to
Williamstown, Maos., where she will
visit a friend of the family. Mrs.
Hubbard will rest for several days and
then begin to write her own version
of her husband's expedition and death.
She Intimates that she has obtained
new data which will throw light om
the Ill fated of the expedltloX.

Arms Seized Near Havana.
Havana, Nov. 21.--Sixty. Remington
rifles were seized by the police las
nlFht, In a raid on the house near San
Juan de Martldez, prolnce of Pinar del
Rio, In which 50 anti-government plot
ten were meeting. A dozen of the
latter wore captured. Colonel Jullen
Cruse. a prominent citizen of Pinar del
Rio, and at present in Havana, has
been arrested in connection with tihe
antl-government- will be take to
Pinar del Rio A i al.

Indians Hold a Sorrow Dance.
Victoria, B. C., Nov. 23.-The In.
dians of Neucnatallts are holding a
sorrow dance In which the women
eratc their cheeks and breast until
bloo4 is drawn, to mourn for the In.
dian hunters of the overdue sallips
schooser Pawn, believed to have
foundered enroute home from Bering
sea. There were six white men and
21 Indians on the seallng veseL

Neuralgia Pains.
Rheumatism, lumbago and soiate
pains yield to the penetrating Iaflo-
enee of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
penetrates to the nerves and bones,
and being absorbed into the blood its
healing properties are conveyed to ev.
ery part of the body, and effect some
wonderful cures. 2e, 6e aod $1. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Mis8ssipplan Accidentally Kills Self.
Na~ther. Miss., Nov. 23.-Major 81S
mon Mayer. who was adjutant general
with rank of major on General Chal
mers' staff. wit Sharp's brigade. co
federate states army. a ccdentally shot
himself here. As be arose from his
bed to dream himself, the pistol slipped
from under the pillow, the ball striking
Um baok of the rigat em. Death was
initawtaneotsa He was years an
age aad leave a large family.

If the Baby is CttLng Teeth
Be sore and o that old and well-
tried remedy. W Winslowms Sooth
tag Syrup. for children teetaia. It
soothee the ehild. softea the aume,
allay all pain. eur wid aolie nd
an et raedy fort ianrooe. Tw
ty-Ive sala a botle.

Englishmen Are Kallhtel.
Itamdot. Nov 23.-Theo Ho. Allan
Johnstmn. the british mislater to Des
mark and Arthur Jam Herbert, the
Brtish Jnlaster to orwary. both ot

CAMP'S BIG CLAIM merit and popularity of Foley'i Hoaey wom marred Amerteesm. ave bee
Sar:d rr many imitaltons are offered mprmotd to the raak oft alIgt a
Hasea Suit Agalnst Water Company in. for Ihe- enuime. Thee worthleee til. maDdr of (the \'Iorla order. Mr
volving Quarter of a Millon t ationus have similar sounding amee. stone '" w is the ferth Wa of the
The following Asclatetd i'r.. re.- eware of them. The gelae o'. E 0t B011as D wellt. arrteOd ta 1M.
port will no doubt trove 'v intrre, to Icy's Honey and Tar is is a yellow a Aastobeltee Plheot 4 New Tor
thepeople of it.*. c.te n, sn ce' \tr Packase Ask for is and ref. ay 11. i u-rt marred Htles A. Oa
OnP, te plaintln to SIC~ ease iii s tihetute 15I "he bees remedy for Z N. 4C oenoe, L L
Omp. the plaintiff to the ei 'Julh. e and colds. J. W. NCCollem a l Pi d L
elm, t well known here A Co I Wom "O .
"Noefolk, Va NIrrv-emi..r on w-
alatoner Rodra of the ',Unie Sta. OOC Ci Whites Cream Venllutee oe oa
doart has flished comitii.iie there test, h Saboard Air ULi opwt*e buf. killed wWms but rseme a t**reo
Sony a the eee of W N Camp ,, f "rl 'rlor ears etb***a Waldo and &ad slie to which th~e WM their
Pla woowaIampe on traim olevima Walo thai meets; It briaga. and ,tstly, healthy
ofajlawho owns .AX) acrrs of laud .'m.,,ee with the morning trail from eoniltime of te bady, whose
s the Dismal Swamp destris against i ianiersvler. 1a"ot exist. atold V. I. Je-bm .
the Lake IDrmIoad4 Water t',mI a> ___ ____,y
for 0,00 0 Ddm agen The cie will go
So the roitsd States eirrit court Io. 100000 tmesr d y.
------ tI6c&4 I is sd *a good t:ood r Wbd bLted
A uaranted Oae For Poes Dr S A O Uo w f f od -l 61 id ed |
OU w ~ bcaft t ** Nod te hchb A**

Ifthia .blind, bleedbig prostudmia
r Dr rUggti are mbeno*d to rv
bgib to*an is to14 do&n af.t

Happy, healthy motherhood is
the noblest purpose of every true woman's life, and yet,
through derangements caused by female disorders, many
women are denied the blessing of childbirth altogether, or it
is made ap ordeal of terror and a menace to life.
It is every woman's imperative duty to rid herself of every possible
weakness precedent to motherhood, in which connection we strongly
recommend G. F P. (Gerstle's Female Panacea) as a guaranteed
rei.edy for women's diseases. This preparation has been so continuously
successful in treating female disorders, and in assisting nature to a proper
and healthy discharge of its duties, that We now sell it under an iron-clad,
money-back guarantee.

Buy a bottle, take it as directed, and if you can truthfully say you
have not ee bec cnei:itd, r.''urn the empty bottle to your druggist and
get your n;oney. (,jo ,.!v. t i ,our dealer an I get a bottle of this great
Mrs. .". L. Dr r; 'i, r, /M'V i', Ga., pcs/s: "Iam a young +kerried
Wmcln,; l',': I I' 'I : (an It1 t'o nimiscrirriages, which naturally
let i e i.,n pt ir 'l," '. I .';.fli red until I was bedfast with ter-
trbl bt.rii I t.ri(d doctors and everything else; these
heard qtG. F. P. (;', : 'n,'r Pana a). I used it, and after the
first ltt J It ,*. ', I / ',r id in wj y life."

at a11 Deaiers.

Gerstle Medicine Company,
Chattanoopa, Tenn.



This guarantee authorizes py druggist to
refund the purchase price of a bottleof G. F.
P. (Gerstle's Female P)1nacea) to any woman
Swho buys it and is not benefited by its use.

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Dok g remin bea~lkd~uims ht sad sMVrclIae mad hmsesh 3.5Mr,.
Dhe semaw beaker.oo ,ssuoin, bnbeas e oml
eoIve e favamble Speol loh tc Ir ealIes fa e mU
o"eee e p alassa to M e U d sttes.




The question
of Title the
finrt onsid-
era:ion for
the investor.

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

SPECIALTIgEt Aktrat eof Titles; Tax Sale SaIreb
AgeIt far Ne.-Redet Lan Owmers; Plate of Contlres
Town, Etc.

.Refereboee: Pint National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Doutton A Co., Bankers.

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

i Table La eet September 24, 1006.





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"saw Mmq*k

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Health; bJ NEoM. ed beeLth. Ad
ar t es a docwr N asnot S lg AJyr's
fIHor th:a. o w Mad.
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U CO DEN SED Dro.e His Team Into a Mysterious Well

W. J. KnIghtof Newberry was a bu- Beats Anything We Ever Sold as a in Levy Countv,
inW editor to N thi city y aerds a b.Strength-Creator aWd Boay-Builder. i ; r exerienh, ,. relate,1 of
ineus visitor to this city yesterday. I 'ii .'r' 1r, a 9ar:,i.r who own.
11 oi f l4 r in, a 'ar:ir-r whn own-
B. B. Lowman, a prominent ti;' Or. ,)ir wei-known ,r ,.1,Mr W NuM *a farm n :i r .o:in, i
manof Ratleih, wa a husiin ss v t- ,, r .. r I ., .. ,.,
or to this eity yesterday. delicious ;ivr preparation, () 'Ir urg, the verracity (?) of
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks which contains no )i.l ia referring ti "!t o '"4 I iiever tien doibhed4tates
for sale at thioffice, the form used in the matter, said Mlr .n.on: "\V*e ther f., days yHu Mr. llorton wa
AlOhoasaoonty which saves money in'sell many tonics an] w,] handle all Irvat team on ha farm The wagon
recording. $ per hundred or 5)c per kinds of remedies tia e csi to e in- iad wth r Mr. Hortn,
dosen by mail. Cash must accompany vigorators and Wtreoi..i-ireators \ve "tr'i 1 the heavy lh.il, wr walking
order. dawtft do this because we ar,. druzlai-ts and T t s' the wagon, ehi probably
Prof. M. H. DeLand, for reeral is our business t)o sul;p y the public stvd his life, is the horse plunged
years a asmessful teacher in the Ala- with what they want siildeuly into a mysti"rous well, pull.
cheoa ooty shoole bat now holding a ; When our advice is asked, howev. i"g the wagon aftrr him. and was pre.
loorativ position in the Bank of Ala- er, in regard to a tonic, body buiiJer or eipitate lor a dept I f About sixty.
choa, is in the city attending court, strengthcreator, we invariably recom. tve feet. As a natural consequence
having been summoned as a witness. mend Vinol. as we know of nothing the animal was kill its ne k being
-tnh~ ir t'lhiuR~lbroken. and the wak'oin was a com-
J. Haymans of Lochloosa, one of hat an compare with it. broke
t .he le an stores chlooperatne of In \i'nol modern science hap given UP plete wreck.
the leading naval stores operators ofj moeveral of these wells have been re-
thecounty, ilshere on business. M r. all of the tonic. body-building and prted in Aly o e
i curative ti m e, bu t thof i t lha fir st in ta sel
Hayzpass, as was stated in The Sun a curative properties of that famous old time, but this ui thy firs instance
few days ago, has just purchased an in- remedy, cod liver oil, actually taken where one has been d~e >vered in Levy
terest in the large naval stores plantat fro freh code' livers without a drop county. I appours to be a peculiar
Vnl*i (7of the obnoxious and system-clogging
Yle. obnxios ad formation of earth which forms a crust,
Grease whichcharacterizesold.fashion. .
Mr. 8. V. Duke is now at Whit ed cod liver oil ud emulsionand with the result that av concussion or
SprinD where she is spending a sh rt i other disturbance will cause the crnst
-time with her sister, and dir,'ts that i as proved sh a draa. to give way.
t,.otl is not a pattwnt medicine, as
The oan be sent to her there. She e lael on eah bottle teld ever, a It will be renmeminllr.d that a well
writes that her health is improving and the label o each bottle tells every recently sank In Alatchi, an account
that she is enjoying her visit very it co ther you know of which appeared in The Sun. This
moh exactly what you are taking well attracted considerable attention,
'IIn the most natural manner it tones
Dr. D. B. Strouse began the special up the digestive organ, creates a h,
1 cme for several iinl,, to the *cetie.
meatinp on Wednesday night at the hearty appetite, makes rich. red blood cae Ifr several m \lrc to e s tof
sethodilt church by an earnest talk a rd strengthens every organ in the o county
on "The Elements of True Prayer boy to do its work as nature intend- the e o
-Oomeoutand hear this consecrateded BIG FIRE NEAR TRENTON.
business man talk on the Christian faith in Vinol is so strong tat
life. Services daily at 3 p. in, and : we gladly offer to refund the money in Commissary at Wade & Bell's Camp
p. m. every case where it fails to give satis- Burned to Grouvd Wednesday.
The Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate. faction." \V. M, Johnson. Druggist. Information reactdic this city Thur-
Oainesville to Tampa and return, ac- day of a disastrous tire which occurred
coont Florida State Fair, of S(. 5, tick- I AN ELEGANT REPAST. at the commissary of Wade & HIell,
eta on sale from the l3th, good to re- contractors. Treintion. Wedne-doy
tarn after the fair. Train leave. Judge Syd L. Carter Entertains a Num- night The lo-i HggregaKted stIut
Gainesville at 12:15 p. m daily. See ber of Friends. $1,4410 in general itierchandipe, and it
J. A. Goodwin, ticket agent, for par. One of the most elegant suppers ever ti understood that there as no In.
tieolars. served in Florida was that to which surance The origin ,f lthe re is un.
A Holine-. preaclhr of I'aleigh and the guests of Judge Syd L Carter sat known I
his following, comprising hs family of down at his home in East (jainmesille The information a :v broughtt to th I
his wife and several children, were on Thursday night, tendered Judge Wills. city by Deputy Sheri!T (I \. .iving-
the streets yesterday ilrearhing thie the Gainesville bar. visiting attorneys ,tn. who was sliin'iornd t the VWerst
doctrine of his religonri I iIri to the and a few laymen. Upon entering the Eod on Oftieiwl bo-iness. ie, could
fact that a great many people from the dining room the guests beheld two not give much definite information in
country are here atteniding court. he long tables laden with eatables fit for regard to the fire. tiut state di that tie
attracted goo rwdwds the g(du--'possum, turkey, chicken, managers could n.' positively deter-
J. E. Miller and wife aid Mire. James etc. The supper was served in courses, min1e the cause ,f th .. same.
Till of Elktown, Ky.. who have been oysters preceding the regular supper. h
sojourning at the Magn&ola for the Before taking their seats the guest
past two or three days. left yesterday were treated to a brief history of th' Thnere was a wedding at Mirninopy
forSt.Augustine,whLerethey will spend 'possum by Jadge Carlisle, after which at to',n Wedunday, the crntra'eitg -
a week. They are well pleased with ample justice was done the elegant re. parties being Mr Calvert Sfmith of
Gainesvill- and expet to return to past. Dr. J. F. McKinstry. Jr. a.d Jacksonville anl Miss Mar~u.er t,.
this city before returning hnme. Col Evans Haile "carved dat'poseum" Rerec. the hearmnng daughter ,f Ihr W
IA .1. n -.....h ; ,. i.;i-:,i.t tn ,i in good style. and the eagerness with R I.. LeceeCf Tacoma

NOVEMBER 24, 1905 ,

Women in Out Hospitals

Appalling Increase in
Performed Each
Avoid Them.

the Number

of Operations
Women May

Golng through the hnmpltala In our nesn, sleeploeanes, mnelatncholy, "l-*
larWe cities one In surprised to find uch Fono ant "'want-to W-le'ft nlon'e" feel
a large proportion of the patiuntu lyinv iiug, thev should rviiiimtr there lsems
on thoie snow-white helds women tried and true rnmei4y.
and girls, who are either awaiting The fol.nwhigt l'(ttmrn cannut fall to
or recovering from srious opera- bring hope to del-alring women.
tous. Mrs. Fred M*vdlel, 413 N. 54th Stree
Why ahoulbl thth Ih the eauni? Sim- Wet Philadelph;ia, i&. writes:
pl because they have neglected them-,Dr inkmu -
Sen ea Ovarian aud womb troubles w.. ans am w -ert m nd w
are certainly on the IncreMse amonguf w"'it ytf.ir .[vi lw bautmrtoum womb
the women of this c ,ontry -they or*ep anl ovarian tro tle atia I atud not oMary a
upon them unawares, but every one of child to maturity, anI n W advisT that
those patients in the hospital btdsl had I otltratln wa na y only hope of re ev.
plenty of warning in that Ibaring-ln. mnl' not iyar to think of gtnJt to 'the hP
down frllng, pain at left or right of tl. o, wrC o yoa ar AI le Iit dkl7 u Mk'
the wombb, nervous exhaution, pain In V.rtal, Iorina,.an, t, aw I aIu wn S
the small of the beek, leuaorrho.a, dias- wltl elwomn tCivl, bu t hav a t utifula
lineM, tlatulency, dlsplac-ementitie of the girl nitr Imntm ulI I i v le all rk
wombl or irregularltlem. All of thliee sufftoring wiomin to writ. you for advikOs,
symptoims are indicationsi of an un- you hat,\dIn., si. nm.,h for iui. "
healthy condition of the ovarires r Ml Ruby Muiahrush, of kast
womb, and if not hetl.'.L the' pec.naly Clhcai o, In,, wIn rites:
hsto) li. pidhl by adtloogo' rtix o|raut ioit.
Whatn tIh..e s mipt( 1 manif t lth' l. ter Mrs iInkhtia:-
S lv.e, d not tdr i along nt 111 you are I u, ratrn l ant ov s, tan Irlorr weth ISr S
obli re' to go tgo tlit holimpitam ailli ntXl ntUlluIt =4W ItI> ,t ttr. after dnIlllU
Nlt t) an uorat tin.1 --but r.mem-nwr X ylty on n., ail I t hl aini Ra M oni d
that lydia K'. l'iikhami' Vegetable tandil wtail'l l)ave to have an i trtUY c
Compound( ha sAwveid thiuiiands of My horthr watteIl In1 to try Iydia K. PIa
women from sturgicntl olpratlini ha mn' Vw'aJllde0 t',.Ii"..m it Ias t ltI
WVhemn witoen are, trolnledtl tlh Ir. il It nlit, ly *svetl I llf- ma uPr."A
Pegfular, ~upprnsit sil or pain ful im1emnst ril-
ition. weutkitems. lelntrrhari. dlilplaee. L.yia li V n kham's V'eretable Oom-
ment or iil'vrat ion of the woih, that poIund at onet reieimo, uch trouble.
earring down fe-llng, iinfaiiimalatn of Itefuia,, te, buy any other medcletn, lor
he ovarleie, latekaerli. h loiatinl tr flat- yoiu Ine'il the )Mtwt.
Ilener). general debility, Imndl~.tioin, Mrs. I'lnkhaim nvtes allsatk woam
itld nterrfoti prrotration. or are hmet to write her for adlvlee lleralvieO and
with wrulahi *vmptotn* dliatiern,. lIaml n.ii.llne have rertord thousand )t
tude. exitabsilItv. Irritalillitv r tyl .rvu- health. Addrems, I.ynn, Mans.

Lyda E. PIau 's VWtaMbse

callerr Morris Arraigned for Accessory
BR.,. 1i ma t

Among t ne prouuimrent visitsB bii.' .. 1 e - ac" -.rt i r
city is Dr. Chas. W. Johnson iof Jack- which the favorite dish was devore d The ereremony was performed in the
soorille, Most \Vorihipfhl irand Man- geae evidence that it had beeu pre. IBaptist chore' H Rev I Way, ,'r th, thlfirst i, in -#-veral days the
ter of Florida, F. AA I., who is here pIared in true Southern style. Judge formerly paI.' r of th. J'resl..lvtrriamln r. wrre set to ge idi ig iin .1 stieo
attending the district meeting of sa- Carlisle said he had et at IlIst a mril. church of thi. city, hut now ,,f ialtlon. t'ilena" '.cai rl, wh.ti e Walter I.frrt.,
one. He expresses himself as being in 'possums in his life-tme, but this a. it was I q .t affair. only the ll, h w. arree by Iuy
well pleased with the progress being was ifthe tbet ever." After all the members of i.e family and a f.w in.- :.ir t 'ter.'*) f \ % I.ir *a. rraig~',
made in the order in this district. other guests had b.en satlfled Judge itlmate fraer.d. wing present. 4 upo,, a .harge of ae,...e y tf,,o
We are in a position to furnish firt ('riii'e stated that he was preparing a Immediate y after the ceremo,ty the, "fai t Tih. df.nlnt wai..l vs
Weareinapoitiontofurnish fir,~.t motion for a "continuance" of his eCse. happy ooup P took the train for asomnawor a, d a1Ie I.nd In th,.l sm of
elss bean, coke and lettuce hampers, whreupon Judge Wills noned Tamps and after a short visit to the *N,0 for his allHarsaee before the
also cabbage and cantaloupe crates,'trl n
romtly abae sonatle price atd that the cnort granted the motion Mtate Fair wi iproeed to Jackonville. and jury
promptly a reasonable price, adl wthut argument. where they wll make their future Fria the rirt it was learned tat
guaraatee prompt shipment on all the assault was alleged to have been
ontrat Ship on either A. C. r After supper eiar were passed, d home
on. A. L. hrilronds. Williton . the uests hade their host good- ight. Mr. SRmith, who i originally from made by ,one Jack r4tarkl as ('mpville
f8.Aturin Col. Wiilstoon. Fa dawtf wishing him "many returns of the Taeoma. Is a eartooelst.,and holds a on tht evening of July 4. at Cam( ille,
veteng Co illo. da rel onisble p sltoum with The Times. aid that Moerre Masessd in the. esaul.,
Miss Agnes Rogers of ('earwater, A Unice. A true bill has Its seord against
after a pleasant visit to Nr and Mrs. Circuit Court. Friends of the happy eoople etcod I sark. *o JuMust Oolman *ayf.
W. E. Dow. left yesterday forJaekeon- i t.-re was little doien in eireuit eoagratulatesioa sd wl*h them a long At(orney Eraso Halle n, reprennt
ville, where she will spend a few days eourt yesterday. Sheriff Fenoell beian life of odltdis rtd seosblal bles. log Morris
witq friends. From that eity she e. I unable to make return of the speiaJ........
pela to preened to Tiamps, w her veire of t halemen in the Holloway
will take in the elooial daiys of the ease, owing to the distaneeIhi dep

tate Fair. Miss Rogers made may utioe bad to travel to reah som
frleods daring her visit here. of them. sad the ese was adouroed
...... until k: ) this "ornaig.
I'Y W AR DS' The grand jurors eame into ourt
at 8 o'clock. made their faal preheat.
SP E R A 11 0 I SE met and were dlearged.
A Birthday Suppr.

TUESDAY .O In hnor of the biribday of his
NOVEMBER 2 daolhter Mrs R T Sebater. ,('
chapter lave a brtbday supper Touo-
Sday eveneiin There wre plenty of
O)lE NIGHT (NI". good thDls to est. teapt4lgll pre.
a Ipared and th oesaom was thoroegaly
THE BEST EVER' Bj'yod hief of private is
o nly mml',rn of the familt- of

Fitz & Webstr's Newest hafr w
,, Son Let 1 et". .
** C7-(onuon.ploDB rmas is oUr fey.,
"A IK ZolT JI kIMm! ao i94
1.,rouft ,t t I, sot my serthr,"
SrU I wte* Fr 1r K t of HameMy. Me.
'For ath- ; tt I 7 ye, hew8 e. b e
A Farea Co-edy rim F..; sad tsealgh ts* *a of aee soM. I
bobbIMa Ov with Mirth sad b .e- have 0 irf **'* K ne w INe"vy
"Ganfbag Doteg" All the T.me for Cos0,tjn;umr w0haih bw saved me
Sfrmr w ; jliatrib,6." H b .
Preelted by a tperanot *r's deat was a sad kleaW Mr. 3W.
Copnl a o but t. carved tt taLg tslis I
--t t- s BdV ono rw e aew
1 sad seWde Ort m LM Po
Saa a W. a. a a il dreg mSeo. W
-A ^ ^ .__...'l* L~Z.-

- kiss Whvg~ @tbw Fdr

City Directory Por Iale.

%* ,la. m nirtmimber of eoplis of
11ir#A'r CIt) lIreetmy fur sale as The
%~ iii 11.' It io a beandty reeIersa
ki-ok fior mimnpes m iand prol'ovolneel
mt.*n. gi viuig ii,.. iimin.. of ruogldpeal,
wi' h .1rest itvl il mm wr, piea.$

iOixiiYPA WUW h, fLA.

Paradise for Hunting and PFlshi

Thill Is'sp; I* -Irmial 1ow IoftIOlm)s
wil 0.hj i"W"Pe, lo. 1M1tIWA fw 1U ilS*~Ow
.1, .o.ei .,nl.. 1r,1n 0, * FW lbsete.5
tucker 41d .%allSome I
Iprt* l~i' .cDM.~ObJhA hU~~
f)u h1iEjb eod Sa 40ag dPer
Wit-4 1411,1,A TMOMA. VJ'Mme
UlVu MaMAUNu. LayVV CS. Me.

Some people are borne to lbatrgains; some

people achieve bargains, :and mone people

have bargains thrust upon it 1h. We ar

thrusting bargains upon the public, and if

you don't fall in -line andlal Iave u few of

them thrust upon you it will he your fisult.

SAVE :4 PerC (Cnt by buying from

.z6 8' pYD 0
The The vUC



ie Pomt offm at oiastille. PIa.,
asseeotnoles mal matter.
U. MoCBARY .......sW or and Ptblibher.
W. ASHLEY .............Associate Editor.
S E. BUR'IZ.... ................City FItr.
ots J. aIUMRB, Uen'l Tranelrn Agent
T. M.PRW T..... vpt. ompoinj Roomra.

"W. MaIlItreet, i. T.LernioNx43-
Tw' DA&Ur *ux, published every morning ex-
S $t Jialday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
0 t" U to aypart of the 'I.itcd .Stater, potage
Ssetfrrlsayear; $2.io Ix itionths; i. 2sthree
s eIroorso centi f for e wccks--strlctly in

V S Idftng notice. in local olulnn 1o centi a line
S11nt insertion, and 5 cents for eachadditional
; l. 4^rtiof. *
*' a ttes for display advertising made known on
a' tklltion.
>' i--
The Twice-a-Week Hun Is an eight-pae, forty-
0amon paper, published every Monday and
Thursday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State aud general, and will be
m iled, postage free, to any part of the United
state or Canada, for $si.a yearain advance.
All advertising bills become due after frst
appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise
yilpeted In contract. Parties not known to us
wt be required to pay for advertising in ad.
es. Address, TlER DAILY BL'N,
OAlSnuvzus, PLA.


Young lady in Massachusetts cn
write more words in a given time on a
Sypewriter than any other in the ooun.
"., t1y. Bat we have a yqnl lady In
se. Ol ille who is quite rapid on the
S y pewrite and can carry on an ani-
sted eonver nation at the same time
a td ever skip a comma.
'- beolmof the fellows who know so
me ik aboot laws s bow they should
M ade ooghtb to announce themselves
SOndIdatrt for the Legllature.

T os ecol weather will either cause
Si 4ltto netting hosiery to be remov-
Or lthe weare-r-via the pneumonia

A Ayonagmeo should live on $30 a
I.mk without trouble, but thetrouible
ge l la ptting the twenty.

:'T ren is one thing eertain, and that
ls Ist whea you some to make a *s**
jMg pie heen is nothing thts will take!
plha of eggs s "something Joustn

The genauie Salvation Army has
r' w ght mesh relief la thls oontry to
S trmlbing humanity. Beware of imita
.1 kes


People from Alaohoa county who
visit the State Fair at Tampa will have
no reason to be the least bit ashamed
of the county's display at the exhibi-
tion. In many things we can compare
with th, best in the State, and the
farming initereoto of the county have a
creditable showing.
We are pleased to know that the
county commissioners did so well to
lriRg this section before the people of
the State and those from other States
who will be there to see what the re-
sources of Florida are, and the County
Fair Association. is also entitled to
much credit for the work done by its
While, the manufactories of the
county are not what they eould be
with a little effort, the city of Oafnos-
ville, through the enterprise of one of
her citizens, has the only buggy on ex-
hibitidn made In Florida. By another
year it is hoped that we can make a
better showing and present to the
people the best in other lines.
But as Gainesville has of late de-
voted much of her energies to eduoa-
tional matters, we are proud to know
that the school exhibit is one of the
best ever shown at any fair, and while
the entire county board is entitled to
due credit for the interest manifested,
Superintendent Kelley is the one who
has devoted his time and much of his
own means to plaee our schools before
the public in suoh an excellent man-
aer, and those who are interested in
the methods employed can see at once
that the sohoo system of Alaehou
county is up to and a lap ahead of
nearly all in the State.
We shall have the plealre, when
honors are conferred, of recording the
fact that Alachua stands in her old
plaoe-at the head of the coonties of
Flor;da in whatever she undertakes.


It looks now as though there would
not be enough frauds or irregularities
In the municipal election In New York
brought out to change the announced
rm lt, unless the ballot boxes are
opened and saother oount had, and
there ii nothing to Juotify a statement
that irregularities and fraods would be
found In the boxes. There is no doubt
that there wa a great deal of illegal
reglatration and that many votes were
eat by those having no right to east
them. The man Krup, who was ar.
rusted and who )amped hls eash ball
of $6,000, is doobtlen one of many who
did much of the Illegal voting. The
New York World says It has made a
very thorough investigation and food
that there is no ground for the charge
that there was illegal tamnerina wish

the ballots after the losing of the
While Goveror Broward is spend. polls. That being the oase it is proba-
6 money of the State on that ble that a reoonat would not change

ls a der to give u more land, it The opinion seems to be growing
b~ he a p tty good Idea to spend stronger that a plurality of the ballots
Little of the Sate funds to lo- in the boxes were 4st for Mr. Me-
g ood settlers om the many hun- Olellan. It is probable therefore that
'tdee of thousand of unelaimed lands Mr. Hearst will keep up his hunt for
Jeleady available. W0M It not be a frauds and Irregularities more for the
potty good idea toloeoklli ln this purpose of bringing to Justice those
waty-Live Oake Dmooert. Implicated in frauds upon the ballot
box than with aay hope of being do.
The people of Florida have not snf. flared the rightfully elected mayor. As
twed say great loses from weather far as his future political prospeoteare
eoaditons this season, while In Texal ooneerned it is probable that it would
Ad4 Oklahoma they have had cyclones, be better for him to be in a position to
thmuder storms and many disturbance e claim that he was counted out than to
t destoy property. When looking be counted in.
aend for a place to locate the faset --_
e worth consideration. The Fort Pierce News is bound that
section will be brought before the peo.
Down I lMassaehsnltr a woman has pie, and a very handsome State Fair
een laking up a colleetio among her edition was isued for distribution
J ~aifor the purpoeof raising money during the exhibition.
sMh nnm a divorce if the -
EJ- tho e e does 't feel cheap we Cotton goods sar In gtIo demand,
; bk te a oisomeluding that the lady and there it no reason why the raw
'd erve freedom. material should not be. Unele Harvie
I Jordan will solve the problem.
If the Buokman bill is to te found -
U0nmtitational, the State is to find live Oak is to have an opera house
erself without a single State educa- and many1 other improvements.
etonal institution. The county high
schools will have o suffer.--l.Tv iak Beware of Oltmelsa for Catarrh That
Dally democrat Conta Mercury.
I- *.-.. .is mercury will eosy deetroy the
Bele people- are always eu denamiinil se.u of emell ad completely derage
m49ythiag everybody else does. ,ut the whole ssaVom who Steroi aIt

wu1 ever do anything the aelve threath the maeoum srfiae. See h alr
- 'net should nevr be r ed except o
The IRaetls now have a onaltitu. iproerptionf tro repotabte o phyl
tie, bti the trouble is that they don't 'ans. ua the dause they will do sa
karw whaSt a onstitusson r fold to thbe ge eae paeeAMly do-
-- .. rve frtom the. Hall's Cvatrrb 60".
.manufactured by F J. Chene A O0.,
One of the rpteaters in e Tork X'oll do. 0O. e Istals i meSr Md
will have two ye at Sing Sag to e aks e inuera)lly. stlag direat1
esoeider the aslter. upu'e the blood awd meoes1 erfee *
-the sytem. *labo lg HaIU' Osant
('ur e ou r pt y os au0 De .fls. It
Tre millies bhl of cotton to be to, tat ao aterslly Ud -md T"l .
ted up maay have te deny to seed do. Ohio, by F. J. Obesey A Os. TIW
i t pri tlamoia's frn.
W l bokd by drulggist. rie pe bets-
so,Utsmua Waft" emt ii it fer U s Tae It all'@s as PU iees
eselems-e ay N hbeeWb.



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The election of Mr. T. M. Emereon to
be president of he Atlantic Coast Line
in soeoes4oa to Mr. R. G. Erwin, re-
signed, will be r1eceved with general
sstisiaetion by those interested diret-
ly and indirectly in the affairs of the
system, say The Savannah News.
Mr. Emernoa Ia known as one of the
most oompetent railmras men in the
country and has practically grown up
with the great system of which he Is
now the'bead. When he entered the
service of the corporation int an insig-
nifloant capacity the company was rel-
atively a small affair; now it has be-
come one of the big railroad systems of
the country and to this development
Mr. Emerson has contributed no small
part in the varloos positions he han
held with the management. It is safe
to predict that the Atlantic Coast Line
will go on to eren greater things under
Mr. Emerson's presidency. The retire.
Ing president, Mr. Erwin, will carry
with him the esteem and kind regards
of all his railroad and business asoci-
atee. It is largely dne to Mr. Erwin's
genius and executive ability that the
Coast Line occupies its present high
position among American railroad or.


The president of the Mutual Life In-
surance Company is ignorant of the
details of the business of the great
company over which he presides. He
gave this testimony time and again on
the witness stand. He is even ignor.
ant of the principles on which the boil*
ness is based. Yet he receives the
colossal salary of $150,00 for admin.
Istering the affairs of that company.
Either Mr. MeOurdy is drawing a sal-
ary altogether out of proportion tg his
effiioeney, or he is one of the most
aooomplished atorsof the day. If he
is not Ignorant and chooses to publicly
declare that he is, there most be por-
pose back of his declaration. And It
is a fair presamption that such purpose
is the ooneealment of that in the Mu.
tual Life administration which is even
worse than confessed ignoranee of it1
presiding of.er.

In the bldimgs of the grand Jury of
Rt. Johns county was the presentment
of a strong recommendation for a new
court house. It will probably be car-
ried over to the next term.

The flih law regarding mullet is not
being enforced at Ela (gallie.

S, L, Rawlins & Co.
Suooemon ro 1 T. oJ. MeRA Co.

Nteeks C(ottes, Orala ad Prvlsles.
Room 7, Ritswollr Building,
112 West Bay Street.
Private Wire to Prldpal Market (*a.
ter. PboI e,. 117.
00.. JaoksoevUle. oa.



Tbe new laxatives Dmo
not gripe or nauseate.
Curs stomach and Uver
troubles and chrode coon
stipation by restorlg the
natural action ofthbe tom*
ch. liver and bowels.
Fhu ele by J. 1W. 3s8mJ- I (s.

Balk 60edh-Jag PFre-Net PraMi
I1.0o Per Giona:
Rye. GO Co Good Erne.
00 Per Gall.a
Rye. ,GI. Corn. Rum. nI* q sltr.
OPer Galoln:
Rye. ln. Corn. BRu. Ben for the moey.
SLOO Per alloa:
*4* Rye Peacb Sad Apple Brsy. MeDow-
ed by age.
5.0(1 Per OGlUoa;
Victoria Rye, Soclal Dros Rye. Modle s ~
Irast Beer. ..... .
ExtraPa .lo.. e.
tasisare I
Malt. ezxa dark .... I 3
Cobrter. Imported
ura*b- St out. pn ...........
Prke h by the bbL on appUloaM..

W. Aux$ B. HANNE BROS., JACmmsuvu
1 rt k..

M. U. Omausu. Prsdeat
GOq FW. H. Vbor ims

H. E. TiATO. Casher
Las GaiAau. Aat. Oashier




'S ~ ~ Ow" I i ......~... ............... 6bo.000 00o

Surplus and Undided Profit... .3o.w( o
om mu'eW asennambn S5Y taemrtn e ws sag raS b, owes a-
I&MMO O 1sea- .
aZ -w A m wN S "" s
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-W. M. JOIT3H0CO, G-aiLes-Tville.

If You Are Insured..

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

You Are Assured
That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some

I Fire Life, Ael ient a Health hmie.
None but Reliable Obmpaniea Represente.

Information eherfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Whiskies, Wims, Beer and Mal.

Mull Measure. 4 QtWa Q IsQta
RuaUff Club 2re....... 1 400 r60
NelsonCoasts R70- S E) I ?5SIS
MosoMm Rye ...... 3 ID 60 00
R.aies's 44"Rye ...7..3lIS 6 0 96
0oeW Drop s ........ ....4 60 660 1900
Malt Wb ey... ... 5.. 9.7 oo 50
Naeshhmnay......-.. 31 7 boo 0
Rpuels"GI -dI....... ... I s oo s7
ProsniLt~aar 53 45 75In )o
Gosema, (n .. ...... 8 76 too Do
Oeseva men .37 1 00a 1
Xaeoh CarodsaCoan 06 t0a 0
Mmsalsacon. .... 7 10t 5o3900
now ... ... ... I No 40 7
S 136 A 171 .. ...... .. a 5so 950
mrsads '- ... 2 h boo 960
KIw Of K Y. Bourbon I '-S o 50
Asaame,at AoWed M AU Goods of Sme

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f Happeing From Various The World's Greatest
Sections of State, n.i .-


Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to
All Classes.'
The Orlando Polo Club will plav a
game on ThankgliDng D.y.
A new naval stores plant will soon
be in operation at Botts, Santa l;'-a
Three white and two black men art,
indicted formorder in the DuI]al coun-
ty circuit eoort.
St. Augustine meat dealers have
agreed to keep their place of business
closed on Sunday-
The Levy connty teachers will hold
an instiate at Bronson on Friday, I1 -
eember lett in the'high school bui;d-
A railroad from Mobile to Peiaco a
and the Atlantic coast is now a.ssured.
Much of the right of way has b ,1 i
seen red.
Dr. Turball, late of Drnrh n, N. ('..
has been e*cured to temporarily til
the pulpit of the Presbyterian church
at Orlando.
Pensaoola is now pre pariig to enter-
tani her winter visitors, having bceen
relieved of the summer guest that wax
so unprofitable.

sKin soap,

The World's Sweetest

Toilet Soap.

Sale Greater than the World's
Product of Other Skin Soaps

Sold Wherever Civilization Has

Millions oi t'ihe \'r' ,,s hI .-t p ople
Ul L'c::t:;::r S .I p, a'--i tLl by Cuti-
cura (ti:n:::t uit, ti'e r(i .t s'in curt ,
for ri r(,ts i purilt ng,, a'nl beau-
tifYv :;,: t!..- skin, fir 'claiian ing the
s( .:lp ,f c: t s, scalt, ~, ;iil dan ruff,
anil t'> s.oppiling of falling hair, for
s ft'.i:;:'. v it nini HaIt soothing
r l, r, t:!h. ;nul sure' handls, for )aby
r..h ., itchiin!s, ani chafings, for
ant !: ;;4 irritations, or too free or
off .ii\c jp-rsp'iration, for ulc rative
Wi.-ikii.--. -, ,nil mIan'y salnativ:, anti-
si. ;t:" urx)m s N which rt.aily suggest
thl'.ii-I I\ Ls to wominu, et.sp.-citally
rni,t!rs,;, as w- l us for all the pur-
pose.s of the toilet, hath, and nursery.
Cutiturt Soap combines delicate
enili;Liit properties (dlritdvr from
Cut:l'ur.,, tlte great skin cure, with
the purest of cleansing ingredlients
anil the uiost rcfrcshing of flower

Cotto picking is nearly all over in o.lours. No other dedicated soap
80rwanrne county, and there hati b, en r compounded is to be compared
,with it for pr serving, purifying, and
some trouble in securing sufficient bc. utifying the skin, scalp, heir. and
help to do the work. hanls. No other foreign or domestic
All9th1: eigar-makers of EKey Wept toilet soap, however expensive, is to
Allt maere of Ky t co artd with it for all the pur-
are o a strike and there is a chance of ,ss of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
all tb labor onions of the city joining Tius it combines in one soap at one
in a sympathetio strike. price the most ffrective akin and com-
pl]x ion soap, and the purest and sweet.
ll*ery Oeline, colored, of Lincoln- est toilet, bath, and nurery soap.
vill, died yesterday from the effects @ mhrovst ihou ,.th w. cwI Cutu Rs. R I *
of lajoriesreceived a few days previ- 6lntm ni 4exirae, jsPi Lo4io. l r.
th,,urntq Eh., P l2teril| Mdlcl i, C Ofw-
h"uW Pe Puriesq.N1 s & Var o iuhmbua
o by a eeke of ice falling on him. Av, nre.er.. c co. l.
o l forfad ta"Ho to Cun Cr H-er.
TktIables aod barn of Geeo. K Rob- 1 .
ii eof Oeals were destroyed by firr
sly lht. All the hores, mules Can't Arrest Men Wlthout Warrant
Teagay Wlght. All the horses, mules R
Rome. (;.. Nov. SJ-- flrst case
aod other contents except hay were
St e under the new decision of the supreme
court touching arrest. without war-
Dae Falreloth was tried in the may rant- by municipal officers. twoo place
M s 'oort at Chipley Toesday on the in Rome today. Early this morning
SWge of selling whiskey without a Offlicr A. R. Watklns arrested Geo.
iNmal, found guilty and sentenced to Priest, a white man. whom be knew
pay a fle of $150and serve 80 days in there was a war.ant for in Carters.
J*L ville, charging him with a serious of.
Jane Richards, a very old and deaf fense. He lodged his prisoner In thn
a ro woman, was walking on the At- guard house and notified the officials
lastie Coo t Line track at Osala Tous- in Cartersti:le who aid they would
day, when she was struck by an engine come for him at once In the mean-
tat eame ip behind her and killed time the chief of poltee was informed
loth legs were broken and her head of the nMw law and upon the advice of
erllsed. his attorney relao&ad Priest bectae
1. H. Drommoad of St. Andrews on be 'ad no warrant to aold him. Priest
lttsday eloed an important land skipped out immediately for Alabama.
1 In Jaokesonville by selling, as rep- The offlcerr hre nsay the new law Ib .
--ltative for the Moore Lomber Co dicaps the entil 4lalrland, Pa., to the Betts Lumber
fat4 A aboro. Ga., a tract of 67,0(o Slugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
e--e atholoe virgin timber lands in You cannot accomplish very meh
ieafs, Oalboun and Washington if your liver is inactive. as you feel
eallsat. The eonsideration wa be- dull. your eyes are heavy and sllght
ea WI0.00O and $400,0(0. This exertion eshausts yoo. Orino Lass.
pMgay wae bought si years ago for t ave Fruit Syrup stimulate the liver
MIO and bowels and makes you feel bright
The O ala Star of Toesday stated and active. (,rnnr, laative Fruit
hat O that day there would arrive Syrup does not ,im u..ate P1 gripe nod
ta TaM fifty Mexicans, who will very pleas it to take. ()riae to ar
t MISYri & is the phosphate mines of eties Refo isurhtitutes. J. W. Me
M^m 1armn1 n and Sexton at Holder. i Collum A Co.

Uh I o a experiment. and if they
pag I tsl sad faithful, more will t~
I-lmIt bIre. Their pesage cClts
7.l5 eaah from Fort WeUgh, Teies.
tot lMah rm atd the wages reeeired
WI Ibo 1.25 per day. the miners to
few sbsmelvs
A DbsaMLru Catemity.
It a dlmstroe calamity when you
le year halth, beoue inddesttioo
ed s-giS esIOa have sapped it away
inUef se be had in Dr. K,'n's
N'w Ult Plil. They boild up your
I-ig gassR-M oad re bheadhe.
4 eel it all, SiC etion, etc.
i Wed a &n dr gskorem ; 3c.
. . I H


113iss 1. lortoo.

.VOLI&" s

I m TIM S. w
amltdmew bof"d
a, ~"- seas
L -~ -lYY

Try to Erter Whits e Sche.
,&P, P %:1.- N ti' N% zv -'-" --e-aSe
aj t.' ll *:.~ r'(of RiIlmert (lilt-
sr. I acs n- ,' 'sIIIof #iUctwt1
,.f 14ir'o)I c'i -,a 'm#ineup for trial
I n ,, v 4 u p.4, rI he#r today The
cast. is a n.,%i.!nr .w eplstiftfs fseek.
,I d)sr ire ar r&-, !amus compelling
te deleadn'af '', lMn. t em W
vlb tp ( tx6' r.) ,.0 cy.they
rli m I o e to u ct'-AmaJ5 b the
~uJa ;n eiciuCr.r L~. iA" that they"
be! no-rr?" b.C xf t .'! m*Ier VOr L"&4 a
f 0O6t.tC4 '1 sps is t "u tIu
scA.z.K. T The puie* of00CSat I
we Inteawy Interfese ure the!
age*S11 4 L sV-l of theWl0edma
ive tven (4'.%t emda be Sc I
beawe been -wals&4 is *0 cA**

0o Case of PewmneAe en0"Sewd-
%we ngot"ne'ffa sbagIe Imetass
wierv a orjouh or li rmileddie'
ley's Hoewf and r bed bees acs
Is roe seohef aSd Peid ws prd ..
0 4do MC Ake e&b*MW* 0if ."" W
:L41 )n~aa rl~W h Mal J

1 es'e whe e- eesept5i.
sued et tha rgs rseeey teem 11
-aeOW. AA 1 Fowl's Naid q

ij. W. C4 11""i

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IBTTA Tr.-sZ~l 18rsXeo.


Sea. Island cotton.

Sea Island Cotton Se(i. ,Ba rinnill and Twine. Walrun


G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
G. B. Barhans of Carlisle Center, N
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en.
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking les than two bottles of Fo.
ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
the brisk dost ndiment, and paie and
symptoms of kdorney disease disap.
peered. I am rlad tosmy that I hare
never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have elapsed and I am evidently eored
to ltay eared, and hearfily recommend
Foley's Kidney Core to anyone snfer.
lag from kidney or bladder trouble."
J. W. MaCollnm a Oo
Terminal In Heart ef Gotham.
New York. Nov 2- Tlhe New York
and New Jer.'y rallnrd company
which has built two tutrl tubes under
the Norts river frum JrNey (Cty to
Morton strs t. is to hale a big terain
I station upposlte (Gr.-ley square at
Thirty-tbird street anl lIrIudway. It
terminal site will co n;)rl the block
frost on the wet sh.' of Broadway
from Thlrty-ocoed 'o Thirty-third
streets lth a froetag of 400 feet oa
both Thitry sooed and rTarty.third
strets. NliIlo wllU be spent nl build
nlg the terminal Co0lemnation pro
e*edings to acquire ti) property re
qutred were lntliMted resterday,

Man's Unroaso ablenise
Is often as great as womas's. Rat
TbIo, . Atla, manaKer if The Ke.
pebllesa of Leavea nrthl. led uw
Aot aseresoable, ehrn he refoeed to
allow the doeern to ,e-rate oh his
ilfe for f*saaletrouble "A eted," Ihe
sys, "we esoeleded to try Itletse
Siuters My wife *as hei s sirk *he
mould hardly d aIee her t I. and v e (6)
physIets habd failed tn Ir*te# e ber.

and X 0. evhndle oml

In domestic lightfig for nearly the
first half of the last century camUltle
held undilputed awa.v. The ltwl sl
rung, and Mary bring In candles, a
laIr of mokle In tall brass ca ulleticks
briWstly pollabl., with anuffer on a
tray-a sharp beked snuffers of steel.
with jaws that opened and shut with a
nap and something sinalter la their
There were plated candletlcka and
snuffers. too, for occahaua uf state,
with silver branch Utat suggested the
spotls of Jerualm, but there was elea
a lamp. a stately edlfe of bronse that
towered over the family llrrie at times
and abed a guenerum aud gnoll light
when so In'llned But what a demon
It was to smoke and to sniell. And it
would hurn, when It (ondel burn at all. nothing but the very flint
spoen oil at a faulnlotls l rit per gal
Ion.- London (.'hrii-lei
Tie ('Liepil.
It is not generally kinrwn, says the
I'blladelphi itrcurrl, but It is a fact of
history s verttilees that Bristol town-
hblp, lying Ao the east sle ofr (fermaw
town. bad a very narr,,w ewscpe fro
ting selected as the site of the capital
of the I'nital Ptate It was a vry
maill matter that turned the detoa to-
ward Marylad Mary nd a Virgini. S p-
tlve wee some metuber of O nre
Utlt the aplital was going to be toeted
D r lrmansatown that they parl sd
real estate there. ,nt. of ewow, a" a
Batter of eulatlme, tht imply to be
ser at hkad wbtw the removal fro
Iilladelphsl to irtistol took plar
Wbesh t vta of the enammsL-maer
wae takes time was a te., fewA beln
for ristol ad fer for the DistaUt of
Column ba Washblatoo s the ewdrtid-
lta vot. ae 4 Brtul townsblp was left
ost in tt rcold.


After ai~ag Iletrie hitter sho was Ile*Ith i shoelesely ImpoIble if
perteetly cured, *ad can s's rferm eoueeipst"o be pneset MNosy sen ii.
5*4 tall ic~,reggeu 1r'..~nf=
skillh s dohr bofhd d*a "ee"e of liver and hiasdey sonprli
IsV4bt @1 dggwsPr-w No.
hqve sproe from 0"100104d oniec ps.-
Saptiea Rise L400 g, itSftSe. sa 6 d deplosbl. ow.-4t-t s
Motmw~T7. A a., tNowJIt Z8h. g m Y. There Is 5 e. fI"r t
NW' t AIe boar4 n ..el -3 aie006 19 will Opeedily reedy mat-ru
hernod awppopflatt. -t v rhUeIm.O.A.LlWdaa. P ., prroual'u. )is,
wm wbe raised and '&#p-- ered 1 W wrtesw. 9.b3ItIO:-have .ed
wa ye, &tate ait utB$MAN ;;INrwe, I ad it s I useem.-a, for
b~ mimlWow. 1"A"r'. ......*p.4 11'(a a b-~m IL. i*s.4 by
ekes. MAIW* SO ". WS V N Iohms".
vmwpba. 1PUWO; eva5.WS
(al. MA.OW Wo 0 1 u
______ Lr L so midat he hbo
Wes law *by 8 01020
cillcass XO. X'-Ild I *"mom T mow kiftr Lamb w
ftamipos de Ias 60"wa 4116
of lbe Trw "ft, "b he mww"d.
% ae mi bagda" ?" Is, bio an
dn waym,, ft OWAmd ta& m
a b__- ba I r Nft iad iawbeft"Wo.
a- s a -o A*"s w ef MoworI Au nw bw I ase I
f wowa edar AN

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Phlacelphia Man Shoots Father-In.!
Law and Kills Self.
x.1i -Lyng on his
'~illWest i :ila~iel-
'i:- aralysis. IDavid F.

V J:, 111:A per, W-l .101 f o-ln.
.I from81iild
***Thea fau.:..i naw
r.is f:, s rious that '.'ui to
ii~lA~,~ Ita )"ev

miielit A mt rie*iti mid Mif ho-Ii*h aia pan leg

it ir

F1l ori72icl

( Ur Sea Isl.ind Cotton
r| .ia I *!ii marri i '. i .%vI A I N ES V I11 E,
I'i, ,,,t ,three ye r thc .
,1i :' ; '; '* )lio i e ig h t I .o :.o a -, io i
t- 1 i. : ir atnient. T ;1t. l
a oi *urniel to his fa ihi.
h .1, '. I .i-ked to see i 'I iT, RA C
.\ ~, : was outrO t iearln.i- V r ,iV.
i tht er in-law repro,, ,'.. II t(, l ,a
so iM...iw for ill treating hIs .. t, r
al', a itiuarrel followed, which i, by E. E.
Ct,'I, r shoi ting his wife's fa:. i; Hii% e .Atletrat'tp of Title tod full inf,
hi[ iu.\ on tlhi couci. o.,unty. )Our manager hi
S____ thoroughly
Refuses to Sanction Plural Marriages.
e1 l'.io, Tx., Nov. 2v.-- . ,.u tT1 ,
tit e (if E. H. Conger anrd ', :,:il ,ir- .
rin, of Itah. brings out the. 1.w.1t I.1H ACCIDENT. K
l',relent Sn it h, of tie \LMoriiiilou eitg A llumti, lo tU rI.A
ge l~iii'; g a n iif rc Mr of ,roni
church, absolutely refuses to ~nct:ionu EAL E.ST
Iluralr neariam uongr 1 c;,lf I I i ne lle
that he fell in love with MIl-II (irrln
in I':alh, and although m. ; .*nI, .i
Gurrin. Being refused a li in S M E R
l'tah, ie went to the Mormon co:onlea
in Mt-xico, expecting to marry lthcr, Reta
send for iii first wife aIa nIa a ni
hnie there m ith both. He ~t s.s i'rc.s
Ident Sith wu visltlng t:ri colony l l a
and flatly refused to permit h)i, mar-
rtag anl the couple star l.i lbck Grain, larde
honme, and. arriving here wti> arrest-
ed. Conger being charged wtlh abdcu. SOUTH SIDE SQUtUAIF..
tion of tie girl. Conger .anv tmoth Highest market price (aiJ
have been expelled from the (c turci by
President Smith. A Oomplete stock ol Hay, Corn
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and Return $4./7

Tikets om sale NIvemtw r IS, IB, 17,
0, 32. 1. 27 and 29 J. t Final limit
of teketo Doeember l,9t
For tfll Informatlin relardlin lhe
abos orfther rates **II on Ailanile
(CasesI t* agents or write
isptrei Pasesmgr As*B&.
Jahonbv lll., WIo.

Ileallanlm It ('Ilse a Feet"r".
wverythi g1 insm Oheeim d to OIrder.

t orrKl tm Itm.

M weoto Masew.,



LA. *WEI L & CO, o

w l ,--
P ~)l up -1r

UM Ap& Ow ANM a pow
qpr m am& 9"


0 .0 #@*


be& I 'l Wdo'.
re eA&&" or S a P"
O eaetsSePOW.

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Ltether' in Strips or Side&

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a I

M1annfactuil'tqs o fc thlie


ilers and Jobbersn I

Fancy Groceries,

n Sud and Fertilizers.
j for C. liken. EAg and other Prduee

. Oar Flour, Bran, Msl, Oolton eed Meal
s the VERY BEfT goods at he LOW
guarantee sattltsfsoto alwy.

TV t A ua







James Doig Improved Englih
(Gin. and Supplies for Smle.

oor poor-t o 1
ormnatll fornirhed reqnrding lands to this
s lived in this cuonty thirty years aud
~nrverstnt with land titier




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Will Arrst Congreamean.
Havana, Nov. 23.-Ag a result of the
Investlgatlon Into the discovery by the
secret police Saturday last of a quan-
tity of arms, ammunition and accoutre.
mnents In the suburb of Cerro, a war-
rant was Issued for the arrest of Dr.
Julian Betanrourt, a liberal congress-
man from the province of Pinar Del
Rio. He has rot yet been arrested.
Reports from vlri ma rtiral district.?
S that many r,,' l) s of lIberals are
king ;l'n:'n'ly anal:st the govera-

Ex -r'r rS:-ovis Labrador.
St. '. i- '. Nov. 23.-Letters
today fi, I;'I I. \V Wallace, the IAbra.
dor cx,;l~' :i 1 N1w York lawyer,
conl a:ini :i I .v ; I);n.t he had suc-
ccv filly I r:ois,'' I.- ii rador. Mr.
Wallace ik rlith I;' whirt, man who had
ever crro,--l I.,,rad.ir without either
gulirles or In Lan a ....!tants. With Mr.
Wallace wa:i oiieP oinllaiiion, named
Eat on. The l(v'cr. s ;l'o l I.lat both
'were well and ha.1 I )'fry of provi.
slons which re.cl:;,d Ithe i.:,vlnce of
Ungava, on Oct. 10.

Fairbanks' Washington H!cre.
Washlngton, Nov. 2::. V:; "I'c
dent Fairbanks is to orccuy ,l'irnz '"'r.
present season the rc,.!dul(ir of It.p-
resentatlve Morrell, of Phl'a'!'!,l; at
the northwest corner of Sv ,ntoe.ti
and K streets opposite F::rragu?
square. The house Is one of the lara.
at private residences In the city and
was formerly the home of the late sen.
ator Stanford, of California.

Wynne Returns to America.
New York, Nov. 23.-Arrivlng here
today on the steamer Oceanic from
Oceanic were Consul General Robert
J. Wynne, formerly United States post.
master general, and Captain W. 8.
Riddle, military attache of the Ger-
man embassy at Berlin. Mr. Wynne
will go to Washlngton to testify In the
I'gal prosecutltms growing out of the
Investlgatlon of the poAtoffice frauds.

lyrian Manuscrlpts Acquired.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 23-The BS
metic niauseum nas acquired a collec.
tion of about 125 Syrian manuscripta,
some of th,-m old manuscripts orI
parchment anl vellum. These manu.
scripts are said to date back to thel

Begin Taking Oxomtuhlon Toda
and Your Cure Begins Today

Its Vitalized Medoiinal rood Proper-
tlie are Very Quickly Realsed.
In Brilnsln HeltbY Color t the
Cheeks of the Pale and sallow.
In Producing Strmaeth to the Wekto
the Feeble and the rnftlld.
In Tonlng up the Slystem of Convales
cents from IBxhaustJtg Disease.
In Cleanuin tbe Bntire system.
In Nnurish ng th Worrlut
n Rounding Out th Thin. Peaked
Faces of CUildres
In Building up on their Uttle .odies
the Desirable P k and Whie Flesi, asn
In Dotting their hobeeks with tkePretty
Color and Dples tht ake Mo there
Heart Qlad.
e ans Mo aLU, L S I Causedt y
aspeooss to cl sand Wot.
To prove its MdKdnal Food Merits a
Trial Bottle Free by Mall
Will be sat on request Write by letter
or postal serd to
Ozon lao Co.,9S Plie Slt,, ev Twrt.
Al Drusoits-Two isewo-4. d SL
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There is nothing In life worth mak-
ing a secret of--except one's Income.-
eton Merriman.
Civilltlion means universal civilty,
and to be dlil to everybody argues a
great power of telling lies.--den Phll-
How exquisite in life Is the art of not
eeing many things and t forgetting
many that have been meanl-Jamue
Lane Allen.
Trtlama, whether they lie In the
depth of ought or on the nurfaoe,
are at any rate the pearls of experl-
nce.-George Meredith.
Have you never observed that If you
eoselentlously neglect to do yo work
It somehow manage to get done with-
out you?-Henry Harlsad.
Relations, as somebody said, are dis-
agreeable acquaintances Inflcted upon
as by Providence. But it is no ume
losing one's temper about what tbhe
say. It only please them.-Richard
Beat Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin, Superintendent
City Waterworks, Shullsburg, Wis.,
writes: "I have tried many kinds of
liniments, but I have never re yied
much benefit until I used Ballard's
a--_ I l -i.- ...... .. .. ...

Snow iriolmenr Ior rneumatism aun
twelfth century or earlier. The ool t k it t b
o ws md Prof r n pains. I think it the best liniment on
election was made by Profesor J. Ren earth 2a,0o and (1. Sold by W.
del-Harris, of lCngland, one of the for W. Johnson.
mer scholars In Iyrse studies ...
..---- ('howlnl Um Vue Noueblee.
Schooner Goes Ashore. A 'ceeiibraitedt Il3.1sllan haIs c(lallll
Fernandina, Fla,, Nov. 23.--Schoon. I" "ne' of hlr l, ,tures that the "L%,t
or Panadena, l)lckworth, master, relumtly" for *tme bltil Is a vigorous
bItnil from New York to F'rnandlna Imtotlon of liie l vaw as In tlhe net of
durIng a ha~vy gal, last nlghtarlte r thiewing. I the cate of a child he ree-
her (ableo and drifted on to the north I unta lv riIg aIt wain of paper to
chew, uas tlie rnpildl working of the jaws
1nd of the Jetty, wareking the vessel. tops th, flow of bd. But why not
N'o l(,rrs (f Ilvc. Is relw)rt,' Ttphe crt
No was taken off bly thII. pilot hitat. "T ,e Vs' ,tern Mitlliil Review.
vessel Is a titanl los.
--- t' lrrary.
Big Fire In Indianapolis. IJttle C'lareneo (a youthful Solomon)
*-MMO. n-1- 1 ".. ._ --- 11_ %_ 6 .-

Indianapolis. Noiv 22. I';re broke
out today in Ite snixKstory hilldlng no.
copied by the Itndger Purnilture corm.
pay. The, builling was on \ashlng.
ton street In the center of the retall
distrIct. The entire flre drpartmeat
was sunmonna.
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Chinese Proposa" Expected.
I' klin, Nov. '"l--I Phu Chlchn t, r.I-ly
to thL Japane'-Vc oftclil a)s that lhe
(xl, t'ltd ht rconftrence would tb
short, as the Jaiiante plrolritals do( no
contallu anything of a startling nature
or llkel) to ca4t.r any difficulty but the
tr:t'! ,ltiaur of Lailin ias not bca di.

-Irapm, noIIo1iy ('aII unevr teI wia a
woman will do next, can they? Father
--No. my son; and if you could tell It
would not be adviable for you to do
so. for If you dkl she wonid be sure to
do something l IPe.
A Matter of Toes.l
"What," says n Inquisitive young
lady. "Is the meet popular color for a
We, may be a little particular In these
mnattrs, but we abould prefer a white

Early anm provident hear s the mo-
er of st fty. Rrke.

clou "'d. "*1 Thank the Lordl"
Yromrk ortri tr f R*lvr theo KIls.' Criedt alllnai Plant of Little Rook,
Th', Itrltr t.i iop Itilitt nilboti Ihe of Ark "for the relief I got from Buck.
'mtli .'I g :i TIt,< l'Petite' le'iutillquhLle II'o Arolea Salve. It cared my fearful
u*ertel tittht in' p, ,rt of t;,Io tare running orm, which nothing ele would
te' h.in" r,, .i lili.ir i traittilalo ot f i heat. and from which I had suffered
ht tiIt 1n th,,:..r ,.f I.,:1. \ \ 'haonted for yar ." It s a marvelous healer
by the .13u .:U a d 11, in n :'..'n. aitt the for aout, burns and wounds. Guaran-
co ntilt of St ? r teed at all drug stores; Me.
The l're'itwh 1 *. r,,.i 1.- .I.>,,.. t Bids Wanted.
I ,, ',, i.. I Hid, are wanted ly the Board of
i.;. ,.... .],.l' ,Couaty Commissioners of Alaehua
i.u. [Ieounty for the serviee of tworoad ov.
S.. i*. ereen for the ensuial year. Bids




kof this i'll-vit "-A-4)4 must be handed to the clork of the eI.
%,,!tt to .1I Vr~a i, t. %I lt Lctil t ert out later than Mooday. L)*.
h-I t s c"ub: k ,i~at .i kl d -'ttidtrt.,l ce er 49h, I" The oliard rveewr"
1.) (.4'itg~! I the sight to rejoet any aud all bWse.
Mmae by order of the Board this 7th
it Lofteoed IAsp to Him, dal. of.%*vewr. S
UII).' \Nt, -n hod bsm taken to bs, U. Drpax. s Cbs. H'rd Co. Corn.
OS thter'rv...,ei %t'tee Itb :ilorntvi) Atteet: I. H. Wrwcas, Clerk.
nral of holtr 110 mall Is 11 .%u him.in846bi1 Waeted.

tsmtome "aLKmIhagtello11aetI
*' b. Igmito tier ia LIlIi e a11
mgi to ale k"ouf i
papa dot.."
Ills parisat g'a\c it':1r I ~p t*:.caar~~a
that b the d y airtve of haI .c:t-', l
ane-r whitb Nathau aIturr I .I
tltbe is vto o t tebums tt t .l .
tubed to a h tSb. *"toa
-ra. Is ulu a a. aobr tt.t h.rnI
arVrIW aU 99 ayome to to W A&*
DOW. '-

SAt the eaxt rreglar meingl of the
BHud of 0oesy Oetmmsamiasen, to be
held om Teday. December th, 101M.
bide wil be ree*ved for bire of eo.a*
ity eoavieM t or *slag Year. All bid
Ssboeo be sa* ad addreeed to 8.
H. Wteea. OeaMy Cterb. from who
aay 4 eoi iaslem ba e"ar be ob.
m"6d. eIM ha tao eaele aM sMad
all oIe tise ef=il
JaW: br a. ai 00. Cm..
kj l l I

.. Southern


Under and by virture of a decree of
fore.osere of mortgage made and ren-
dered on the 3ltsday of May, A. D.
190I, by the Judge of the Eighth Judi-
Cfal mCrelt of Florida, in and for
Alaehua county, in a certain chan-
eery esut therein pending wherein
Carrie Williams ard J. A. Williams,
her husband, are complainants, and
J. J. Barton and 8. F. Barton, his
wife, are defendant, I, as Special
Mater in Chancery appointed for the
purpose, will .ll at public auction for
cah to the highest bidder In the City
of Oalaeeville, before the coort house
door of said county, on Monday, the
4th day of December, A. D 1906, be-
twee fhe legal honors of ale, the fol-
lowln traeto of land lying and being
in the slid county of Alaehoa aad
State of Florida and described as fol-
lows A tract being a part of Lot 12,
on a map of the Sooth half of Section
8, Township 9 Sooth, Range 20 East,
recorded eO page 206 of Deed Book
"K" in the office of the Clerk of the
Oireuit Court of Alachoa county, Flor-
Ida, asd beginning at a stake 60 feet
West of the Southeast corner of raid
Lot 12 and running North 2834 feet,
thenee West 140 feet, thence South
286 feet, thence East 140 feet to be-
Also a lot beginning at a stake 660
feet West of the Northest corner of
said tot 12 and running West 140 feet.
those South 784 feet, thence Eaut 140
feet, thence North 78Y feet to begin-
TAo a lot beginning 800 feet West of
the Southeast corner of said Lot 12
and runnnlg thence North 815 fee,.
tbenoe West 140 feet, thenoe Bouth 816
feet, thenoe East 140 feet to beginning.
Together with all and singular the
tenement, hereditaments and appur-
tenances to said treats belonging or
Said lands to be sold to satisfy said
decree of foreclosure.
Special Master.


Decorators and
Paper Hangers.

204 East Main St.. 8., Gainesville, Fla.

All kinds of outside and inside work
promptly and neatly executed.

ING a Speosalty.


Central City Bazar

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

UAKES and PIES-Fresh
Every Day.
Year Patreaage Belldte.

Keep Your Head Clear

And your steeh tr from Indl 4-
tloa it you we be pp with your
famil aid ryer eow-vma.
Tkhe urst Ms Oa erh e t ea 's an yr-
tr "out of wkf" heavr y. aws bread.
Sbloeh oteud bv mrJe reamo: rnt, the
material ma am ejo: dSm0. the ooo-00
In may be Por. Te t loar tI ke worM
witl askeo b0edwe pbreoad i o
MlsU or "VINe. W 1 U1I 4m r lt
F.OUK aid rWsm aO"IM tIs oowtar bow to
mis xad babe. 0 e S0 *0 4oA9e BO t &ON
more thbaa e- -*i. -A m iaaj taaoaes
It Is no mou k at9J e.
Phe 16I. I. T. Mehahr, Pre.

Miss Tebeau's

Boarding amd

Dav School
M so WeMMu ale st.. S..


The Floridd

Fruitand Truck Grower
L. J. rmar, Naernad mPpt,

0 i .. 1 ....... ........

s t| de W~a~SI. o
ILA d --o* Ulaased Taasae

a IT 1e

eass1T U

Lv Jack.onville.. o. Ry
Lv Jeup ......... o. Ky
Lv Savannah......So. Ry
Ar Oolumbia...... o.Ry
Ar Charlotte .....So. Ry
Ar Greensboru....So. Ry
Ar Dauville.......So. Ry
Ar Richmond S. .,. Ry
Ar Lynchburg ... So.-Ry
Ar Charlottesville So. Ry
Ar Washington.... So. Ry
Ar Baltimore.... P. R. R.
Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R.
Ar New York....P. R. R.

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North sad West.

No. 18

9 lOa 7 6p I Lv Jauaeonville, Fi .... do. kty. 45p
11 40a 10 40p. Lv Jesup, Ga, .........8o. Ry. 1 30p
1 20p 12 1a Ar Macon, (ra ...........o. Ry. 8()a
666p 600a ArAtlanta, a........o.Ry. 5 20a
lu26p 965a Ar home, Ga ...........do. Ry. 730U
113a 1261p Ar Dalton, Ga..........So.80. R. 25
2 21a 210 Ar hattanooga, Tenn..So.R. R. 45a
65a 64ip Ar Lexington, Ky ......Q. & 52up
484 4 20p Ar Oinennnti, O.......Q & 7 40p
6 18a 610p Lv Cianati, O...... Big Four 84op
950a 900p ArOhieago, Ili........Big Four 7 10i
1180a 11 25p Lv Oinoibaati O0......Pa Lines 8 36p
1 45p 2 Sa Ar Chicao, Ill.......P Lines 7 10a

418p 6 80

No. 34-"New York and Florida Ex-
ress." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jackson-
ville to New York.
No. 80-"Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pcllman Drawing
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
New York.

Tlreugh "The Land of the Sky" No. 80

Lr Jacksonville, Fla .. So. Ry
Lv Savannah, Ga..... ..8o. Ry
Ar Columbia, S. C.......So. Ry
Ar Asheville, N. C.......So. Ry
Ar Hot Springr, N. C .... So. Ry
Ar Knoxville, Tenn..... .So. Ry
Ar Lo iville......... ..So. Ry
Ar St. Louis ..... o. R
Ar Cincinnati .... ..Q. .

7 56p
12 I5a
1 bOp
2 87p
6 OOp
8 15a
8 15a

No. 80-Daily Pullma lDrawing
Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between
Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

Excellent Dining Car Service.

Lv Oincinnati. -O....O. H. & D.
Ar Chiego, Ill.......... Monon

Lv OCoiniuat, 0.....C. H. & D.
Ar Toledo, 0. ......0. H. & D.
Ar Detroit, Mich..........P. hi.
Lv Ciooinnati, 0.......Pa Lines
Ar Pitteborg, Pa......Pa Lines

8 O6p
7 23a

7 25a
8 30P

Lv Cincinanti, O......Big Four 930p
Ar Cleveland, 0....... Big Four 6 45
Lv Lexington, Ky.......8o. RI. 5 30p
Ar Looisville, Ky .....80. By. 810p
Ar St. Louis. Mo......... R. R. 7 32
Ar Annieton, Ala......o. y80 940a
Ar Birmingham, Ala.... So. Ry. 11 45a
Ar Memphis, Tenn......Frisco 8 06p
ArKansasCity, M... ..Frisco 9 )a
Memphis, Tenn.............. 8 30p
Hot spring,, Ark .............. 9 20
No. 18-"The Florida Limited."
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
day coaches and Pullman Sleeping
Cars, Jacksonville to Oinelnnati.
No. 19-Pullman Drawing Room
Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville,
Birmingham, Memphis, Kansas 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 adl Florida Ex-
press." 8:20 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Ashtville, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," 9:00 a. m.
From Chicago, Cincinnati. Atlarta. eta.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited,"9:85 a. m.
J. C. LUSK, District Paseager Agent, 108 W. Bay St., Jackeavlle, Fla.
8. H. HAunric, P. T. M. W. H. TAYLO .G. P. A. BaooS MoeAj. A. G. P. A.

Florida East Coast Rawiwv

Local Time Card No. 62.

Corrected e o o b, -








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Keeps the *Mtl same. A Good Home
Which is wors-to'e too serious or
frivolous? I have no doubt abort
matter myself, so far as individua!,; A L
concerned, though all extremists
bores. The perpetually ;ivel ----
ther brained, pleasure crazed crel-
is almost, if not quite, as irritatiii A .\ Fvit '.r orida, ontin r. fir:
E the deadly serious individual. Bu. tat, ,, ,, 4 ar- ,f
apropos of the accusation recently
4dged against as that as a nation w gond H:itn:: .k I.and: all cl,-ar s :r
an becoming too frivolous, one cannot
p saying that we are a great deal in re i or
seller than we were a few years agp, anlg trCe-. A: g di trik r 1i id.
and for thia relief assuredly -e hlaN 1 ,
cause to be thankful: ot.r n
In consequence we are accused of ithe premi-.-. Ail cI c'n. at a ;arigain
baring become too frivolous. It t'eet l II
to me that we have just got ina:ttr. $2 50 0.00
nicely balanced. This is an age whno: ..
we are prepared to be cranks ,n 11il.
slightest provocation. People crave fo-r A-\ y fr r jrtl.er part ieiar. to
missions, they wallow In philaintlhropv, COL N &
they pounce with avidity oin n OLSON BLAN ING
ligions, they will plunge hito pil;titl
or write attacks on women.l scit;. I .AI.~ll 1l.LLE FI.OIlllA.
the degeneracy of the age, or anyth;i,
else that gives them an opportunity ,t # o r ..
airing what they call their views. s i .. :. \ f.
surely, if delspere In loco werer nut r' \ V , e ,Ut
casionally to be permitted to uw. itt i , I ,.i ,iil. Ii
fearful to think what we suuhluldt I : ... .....
come. Our frivolity is the ajitid(tet t .
the twentieth century dispo:itii, i ti o L;' !: ! .
ward crankiness. It real; ket, .s -us i I , r- !,.-. the li'.
sane.-London World. 1..' r \vi:.ii
S:'/ I i in l h r sliirt
THE -HOODED COBRA, :, ". '. *i ^:ir in li.r t*,'h inI
It Is Venaeated In India as the Ooue \. I -,'\`*'r t \a 1:iiant slttill.
1 ereeld Serpent. : ,; i t i .' t c, 'rT r nii i it d V
Of all the snakes of India the ig. ...' ,. t, ;1 it.:io piIpl how the i oe c-
nag or hooded serpent, clniiniir ily r., t' I' r :'..'-:i ry -yhiou ll r n l the
known as the cohra, Hloil' is :w rTil. It :.r .'il i: .. ;. I h:\12, Ins'\ r soen a
is called the good snake, inil l. :, tii:.t, with a Ibttl In her
sidered a protector and limirbi. ,r, of p .. i- ii thI' Illk nil dlay eand go
success. The veneration of ti,' rulr: h t I l1,, tk it niil t. Nir hliav I cvv'r
is intimately connected with the '~ r i .,' ;i i:;ii Aik f11' Thr eo:lat sial
ship of the son, and is thus c.los.-ly r' I I -,i' ,.nihl li.k auny miun in town.
lated to the orthodox Hindoo religion. ;,l l:'.e- 'etn. tlh. wo',ii n ar not built
According to the MnLhatliarn;lt, the tJit ai.\ K:;ilon t'Iity Journal.
heaven over which India ruledl wT:. G m o %
mainly tenanted by Isevas UlN the t former being deitled lihtrxs of thi- \' 'h i thought to, I (of KErlilt.i
Aryas and the latter those of the Nat.> ori:n id11I a ,.'viv-lol ,rlt of the1 g:11eP
people on earth, trnIil,. or tririiipli, whilc wian pliyi-dI
Although wars continued for a ]rg I" llinglarnl in the. timely of lellr VIII.
UM to be frequent betw'trin ralv.aI W:t1 l tit imetlonitd by lhake-
chfts of the invaders (Aryasi and the Il, :mr,' or the' A riterm ,of his lay. Its
inaV (Nagan), a gradual fusion ic I earliest record I li i the poems of Tay-
to h two peoples took plae, and lIr, the w;iater wt ilr21l. It in spkoen
hsv e was shared equally took lp as to In the m-c aiL Nag. re serpent gods are wor- ton's ( leat (samc ter" as "the
aetd now, as they were then, not as lsne that hi t o ta ollered In the
Qe utos reptiles, nor as ulere .fym- lilay." ibut as whisk seems to have been
but as the delfled rulers of an itt original name, according to some
Saigr t people, whose tribal, or, rather, authotitls, this derivation is not as-
Ui.W4Ial, emblem was te a, urpd.The game was tat irst nine up.
, hee de Mrpent. and whose chief Thi cwasn hanged to tea up early In
4dety wa the sun; hence the Naga the eigteenth century, and In 14
Stampls are not dedicated to the ser- the exierment of dividing the game
i pent, but to the Naga rajahs. the an- Into balf, which was first tried as early
SCtt rulers of the race. as 17b, was generally adopted by the

Who Rxut to Wbic Ith I I. LodO. ..
There Is probably no city in the
OarM where there Is so much nocial
spolging done as In London. At thilr
l tfectUons hbots and hostesses hav
Cegamitly not the remotest acquaint-
am with many of the people who at,
4i them and wboe cheek Ie only et*
4eii by their voracity. have one
:rwtalk r case in memory." sys a
In the Boton Herald "where a
B itm brought fifty of betr friends.
IlIn Vivian, In Eaton square.
S e occasion nearly every one
t"r t berself, her family aud
."0,S frI~ods. It was a ever to be
f/* att cgatbering. Many people neD-
r-,' d In getting beyond the ball
',W r. AA excellent supper bad been
'lArI tar about thnre or four bun.
4 14 t iere must bhra been a thou-
S.i; plsm L About 1 a n Ipeople
SIIv ttItng about In the bedroom eat
0,, u" 4 M ibe and drinking claret or
"AJ01opl sm-i- fact a nythinl they
kAf grab from the supper table artd
i'1i* Went that they got so bunlry
y n ust that they tnvaded bthe wth
4 r and tbh layer.

S Oellowl story is told of A me
I1ty Psmy~L Teals lagtoatU
*w $m a was about to exrrpir. in
wlth The usu-al cataom. the
W" oeqv byd by a rmpril wrkelr.
EX". ~ deaf to objecttma awbl hb.nd
rsO His mnwam ws Alezat"Isi
rMU ae his able lgsge'5ieutW
we rr guiaa tbrsuzfi St
ON" rate Wbmas@eowe.s
SM~ce that was paoUmlrwiiy
to a F~.y aln.,rty. Utter
a to he eapt'aie r
,Erdbrmrv tbat the Will badi
Orw ft OW fUW O do le
Onr 1mem ber urn Ik
'~,Ifenuna.He wasMm ambe
i Kr. Mcwe v ws L4 kY
mSe Mmtr. hfam t the sake
wha Gt ar40 the -
0 1 1WIN
a 4 o ftoNot UK
r -

For IfatU nd Chmr
Thi KM Yu bin AIn Boo
Bear the
igatwe of 4Jeiv

Buried AUv.
In tbh early history ou Japan It wa
dediledly a dubious bouor to be cbmely
Sr~l;t(l to, any lMrSon of note. for oD
,f thr lawn at* that time dcreed that
wbhen a Irwu of rank or p Importane
dtlll all the immledite relatives mot
Uitipl arounil bte peoagrl 's VfravT.
Their beead # err left aborv tbhe art
a ad tbus they remained untl welome
death came to fr+e them
talsw youo tr itth thb eatib l a
mda. y ua betray your owS.--yni

Louisville t

Nashville R. R.

est I., no to
Birsmamib tsbw l Mexmphs,

kmezvilfr*, (~Lrewllt (lala i~,
saw ndWesl IN thrWb emms

jlbn e o* rstiD through 6leep01

as fiof" e s &eso*
0,1, loneg% $"rit 9100;W91 1OSgh svegm*
Through t..rts s~ee9 toI Cmu rke.

Foe 180ram me to Mies Be on
palaw NorthGa o" al sftm
fUl ufenawl sseell a n ofwri

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DR- E:: M Air Lin(
.... IENTIST....

.e uo o, c- ,.,.i:,.. p.,,,,!.+e ,- S savannah, C olum bi

, jA. CARL,1 .E, Pines, Raleigh,
Ar..NEY AT LAW ington, Bal
And olncitor in Equity
Real EFtate. tCoureyancing and Gea delphia
eral P'ractice. All business promptly
attended to O(tic'e next door to Sun lTO Elegan
offle. (I U ri r I .r E F LRID


Can ell your city property, (ima.
proved d unimproved), phsiphate,
trucking and farming lands. tSnrd him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142m


(Ofice in Endel Block


FL 1.

D E N T I .

Over Dulon A Cos Bank.




Omee io MWer LA WRach~are

JOHN MlNZIZ8. Proprietor
110-1t1 W. B"Ir at. Jtekaevfu. F'.
Faost beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fall to ell oa me wheo In Jacksonvlle

Alaehua county Is .400 ereu In
area, asu N4 aIl- railroad I00
miles wan road, M pos tof*.
123 publa Mshools, 1 phosphae
plant, 20w mills. $76,000 oourt
houe, fAve newsepre, and pro.
doue eoor, oqton, rinse *ogar,
oaI, rye, potatoes, pineapple. or.
anto. poaeheo, pears, plome,. p
eans. and all kiDde of vegetable.

Gaineille, the County Seat,,
Has fourteen churches, two poblle
schools, the Univerity of Florida.
private sehools thrie oewppers
UBlted S tes liad nafle, the be-
water. fBr alarm system etrie
Nadra Il br, two le ftork.
fdelB *o$h thcre wooil faleW
ree, eottLom ti, two rmos flateIr
the railroads, twor frtills or a-
utetaMrlg eo*apafto on Abt
maaetoeery. a, e riwifyi tor
paUae plant, two Blark, a welU
stoked tsoro emntrnelg vert
tiag I Ithe polb erall lIe*
-. -_ .... . .n


Mkes a Specialty of All Klods
of Plain aod Faney


Job Printing
.. For.

Business Men,

Professional Men,
Manufactories, Etc
L alr Blaiks os Shortn RoUe.

.I w ta Ieee., fr'. ml-e wa
TheI tl-ec l*etI from e ol w

o aerbir to uiut. Ky t L
Sas ee* a L I

ee se ot
Ml . C &I*, .
8.c lWD .
^ftWMM Ph.

e RaiIw'av

ia, Camden, Southern

Richmond, Wash-

timore, Phila-

New York,

i Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


% Only Lint Operatiig
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonviile to New Orleans

For full information and sleler rerrrvatioun call on any agent tcaboard or
write A. 0. MACDONEI., SC aoYl.rSTON Ja.,
Aset. generall Passenger Agent., ll'attr rr lAgent,


Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON .8, U., both ways.
?be Finet teauMbJld Li tMLe Courtilei Brvlo
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Diret Serviee Between JACKISONVILLE, BO(TON and
PROVIDENCE and All Rastern Polats,
Calling t Charleston both ways.
QB3i M.I-'WE33L:'' B .&ILINoW
outhbon ...d ......... ........... From Lews' Wharf, Busola
Northbound...... ............ From Foot of Oarherioe st., Jasksoavlle

ClvAe St. Johns River Line
Between JACKtOONVILLM anL d BANvron
Stopping as Palatha, Astor, BS Franel, Bereford (D*Laod), and latermedtle
Landlng on St. John River; oommenlog Wednesday, November 1, 1900,
Are appointed to sall as followed: L.-ae Jasknuonlle, daily soeps itelur-
dary. at 8:8U p. Reuroingl, leave rr ford, daily cr esepl indaysl, aSI :). m.

so* me..
6:0 'pm
8 00AMm,
4 :80 am.

JakHsonvIlle -.
.......- PiL~arllka...
Aste r.. .
Pt. Frautor.d g..a
~r sfl.Laa i - -

Arrive I am
lave Im40 )p
8:I0 pa
00I OO p
I i4f1 nm

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Arrive lDam ....... ..... ford ................ . 0a
10M00 am .. .... Irserpr .......... lOr0 am
p. 1. oelULIOi. JR. Am. s01. PLsS AsI. 1 Weal al, J Ue ,
w 000. O I Vart 1 A*,w. @P fler.. supeuwlmWo
root of Imooosequ J601mos411e, JSE
* f.f]TW*&r AM P* AL X t V Will 1
Oll*ml Mu>. hlienerl Aglem
dlmmbm l -~i- tO lllalo .. .

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


DNe "s I ," Soolh r W D. "
Jfot atUVI U ljol U M a ld

Rapid Tranit and Unnurpalmed Herilce
Tlme Table IoH*** A pril 1, ISO.

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High Ppn p and I tu 3 CDAar
mod,:&* Yoro loo'
Oea Loeturg amw lamps, saw **p
Iaieumd ?us PonWs Daily
"MV, ia JesO."amlle. I 9. 16

Albany.Atlasia aI&A Poss eI th, EM WON b

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iru ablole W -aauil d&CACifte


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$Joe a h .g i a~,lns e. 0da

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Wes AAW S. 0.r. ~
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V NO.)ER 4 ,.


Legal and Illegal

The Royal Baking Powder is a pure, grape

cream of tartar powder. Its greater health-

fulness and absolute

powders are

superiority over other

shown by the United States

Government official tests, and are so univer.

sally recognized that its use is approved and
encouraged by health officers at home and


*. *

* *

Guard your food against the

alum baking powders
Alum baking powders are considered so injurious to health,
and their promiscuous sale a source of such danger, that their tse
is universally condemned by physicians and health officers. In many
States the law requires that they shall bes branded to warn con-
sumers that they contain alum.
In the District of Columbia, under the laws of Congress, the
use of alum in bread, biscuit, cake and other food is a misdemeanor.
Alum baking powders may be khown by their price., Powders
sold from ten to twenty-fve cents a pound, or twenty-five ounces
for twenty-five cents, are not made of cream of tartar.



Matten of Genral Intert Gath-
ered by Our Beporters


What Has Happenedand What Is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Reed'
It In The Sun.
Cane juieo for sale. J. N. Bone.
Phone 19.
Ladieo'ealling boards In latest styles
at sun offloe.
Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to
J. I Emerson.
Fine coop chickens. aoolerld-Mc-
Mlllap Company, 'phone 210
Order your Ohristmas fruit cakes
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
M I). Bryan of Hagne was a busil
ties visitor to this elty yesterday.
Col. t(in Ion of Starke is among
the proininent attorneys In town.
Dr. J. D Wathltie of MIoaaopy was
among the proiueant visitors to this
slty yesterday.
We t o nt defy ecmpetitlon but In-
vite inspection aid goarnatee stook'
anid ltrle' W H Thomas
1Mi Flortir Je~ininan has returned
to Ite'r homtie at lairflrlil. after a pleas-
ait vilt it freip dl it this city.
IFurnishedi ri)im to rilt on block ad.
j >itlini(g >q1rr (iretleman teaant
pre .-rrtr AIpply atl S ti ufiV e
'iurkey) tand ('t'.kensn -Fifty head
for ra'*- -Turkeys $1 tp Chickens 40
,hntr upi. S,ofteld.\loMillan Com-
pakny. l'hone O10
If yi li have property asid lwat tosell
it liv Orr & Swtonburt If yoe want
t. tluy., it woulJ pay you to see them
l,.si. s they have sonme desirabl. eites
I, Mo),r, formerly of this city

A. R. Harper haa returned from a
business trip to Palatka.
Mrs. S. F. Waits of Grove Park was
shopping in the city yesterday.
Turkeys from $1 up. Scotleld-
MeMillan Company. Phone 210.
Col. John B Dell has returned from
a business trip to Hague, where he
owns a big farm.
W. B. Phifer has returned from Ab.
bott. where he has been looking after
his vast naval stores interests.
Jai. F. Smith expects to make his
departure this morning for Tampa,
where he will spend a few days at the
State Fair.
Mrs. Sparkman of White Springs,
and sister, MiN Maude Fisher, left
yesterday for Tamp.h where they will
attend the State Fair.

CLAARKItLLs, TUxx., June 6, 1901.
1)r. E. W, Hall, st. Louis, Mo.: Dear
D)octor--It s with pleasure that I ree.
omnmend your TIXas Wonder for kid.
ney and bladder troubles, aa my wife
and myself have both oed it and ex.
perienioed wonderful relief from Ita
use. Clas. W. BanaT.

One mall bott of kbe Texas Wo-
der. Hah'i OGrat Disaovery, oear all
kidney and bladdoa eebis, sfomw
gravl. aore diabetl eaminal emle-
sito. wefR and lam blek, rhesrum
tMe and all intr uklarltU of he kid
Ieys and bladder Is boath me uad
women.retulatoe bladder treable aI
children. It not eold by year dreuulit,
ill be snt by mail oa reeipt of $1.
Osn small bottle lI two moathb' trat*
meat ad seldom fails to prte a
*sar. Dr. Ernot W. Hall, eae san.-
futarer. P. box S t Losl. Me.
Send for tetimostals. old by J. W.
Me olum & Co.

leatos Thaday morwiag.


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Hard wood for sale in oar lots. J.
:. Holly, Arredondo, Fl. d9t
Anyone having city or country prop-
erty for Sale may apply to Orr & Steen-
burg, Gainesville, Fla.
orSale or Exehange-A large nuom-
berofhoroe.. Cheap for eash. Call
on Bunotr & Edwar s. dSiwlt
Toarntine leases for sale at thi of-
floe,60 per dozen, $3 per hmidred.
COMb msot accompany order. dawrt
Mutor David. the little son of Judge
Wills, came down from Starke y<.te'r-
day and Is a guest of the Brown House.
Threbarretl ew Florida syrup just
relseed by wfdeld. MoMill- n Coom-
gpona. lollng oQ cease a gallon.

0. A. Williami of Alaehu, one of the
loading* business men of that pPlrep-
mlive oWA, was a visitor to this city
Tralsla Oellon. formerly of this city
but now of Valdoeta, Ga., where he
holds a responsible position, is visiting
friend here.
Nic lot Milt water fih and oysters
on band today. Oall us up or come
and look as them. Beofleld.-MMillan
Co. Phone 210.
O. W. Campbell of Paradise, one of
The SBn's valued subscribers, was in
the city yesterday and made this offoe
an agreeable call.
Clarence Scarborough has returned
from Tampa, where for the past few
days he has been visiting the State
Fair.* He reports a big time.
Green Ohaires of Old Town was a
buslnes visitor to this oity yesterday.
He is the senior member of the firm of
G. O. Obaires & Company, manufac-
turer of nival stores.
We have on sale a carload of mnles
and a carload of horses. We guaran-
tee our stock and refund purchase
priee any time within ten days if same
is not satisfactory. W. R. Thomas.
A. S. Jardy of New Orleans, travel.
ing representative of the Union Metal-
lie Company of New York, is at the
Brown House. Mr. Jardy Is a young
man. but is one of the cleverest on the
road. e
Strayed or Stolen-About three
weeks ago, large gray mule; middle.
aged; knot on ankle of left hind leg.
Reward for information as to where-
abouts or return to C. B. McClenny,
Oadillae, Fla.
Remember you can work a horse or
a mole bought of W. R. Thomas ten
day and return him, getting every
cent of your money ba.k if not satis-
fled, but we do not defy oaopetition.
W. R. Thornr.
For Sale or Exchange-Desirable
hotel property In Chicago. Fine loca-
tion. Party desires to come to Flor-
ida, and will sell or exchange for Flor-
ida property. Address 174 Oakwood,
Ohieago. dOw2
Friends of Hon. H. O. Mason, coun-
ty Judge, will be gratifed as the infor-
mation that be has recovered from a
severe epell of dengue fever. He was
at his ollo yesterday for the flrst time
in several da4s.
S. E. Baokaight of MIeanopy, who
had the dlatinetlos of serving a fore-
man of the grand jury at the present
term of thb eirouit eoort, left yerter-
day for High Springs, where he was
called on beiaelas.
Among the visitor to this 'city yes-
terday we, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mor-
ton of Eve. Mr. Norteo, who is one
of the meat widely known rldente of
that eteses, i aasperiatendeat of the
Duttos mime at Ev.
Depot SheriE 0. W. Livinglaton of
Newberry reotermd to the alty yjefr-
day, afra oeisal trip throughout
the Wee** ud asmmoolsa juuror on
the Sheat-llolloway ase. Mr. Liv-
lagetoa breakgh Will Melver, colored,
who had bee. arreted r gaimbla,
and who "Je ed" hi bb hed. He we
rn~arested at Nowberry by Mr. UL.



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We had expected to live our oui-
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tore frame that aoet ns $2 each for
only 0 ee@nto ebe. Call early and get
choice. SArPnDo & EARLS

, J. E Waiawright, one of the valued
employee ln the United States lad of.
le, has retraed from a delightful
trip to Palaka. Pierson. Jaeksoville
and Starke, spendila his time at the
latter place a agiest of his mother.
Mrs E. J. Waliawriht. He hae been
oa hAs amentl vaetios, bt expeets to
return to work is a day or two. Mr.
Wainwright sattee that the orsage
erp around Pleron is large and the
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