Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01037
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 29, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01037
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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ML pre tit was badly da r xed T h en* T og i
c'ped Injury ard no persons In
colches of tho Montreal train was In
IN RAILWAY WRECkJred. All the cars rmaneml on th ODEMA F POWERS
rails. '
I hen the a eldent occurred the 1 cwa i
i anger Train Is Telescoped train was aid to have been a few min Big Naval Demonotration Has
tyesWith F late. and knowitn that the ex the Desired Effrct.
With F&arfl Bwult. pese was cose behtid. It is clnlme1
that the rear bAtkePmn. Donor Galu
LED TO ME DANGER SIGNAL. thler, who was killed. set out r.- TURKEY RECEDES IROM POSITION

Express Train Couid Not See SIG
a of Front Train-Wort Wreck
Many Yeanr in Massachue*tta

oMae., Nov. S.-TJIBe most

torones. nInlca(ting danger. \\hen t.ie
express train was at Lincoln stat'r~i.
about a mile and a half east of 't,,
scene of the wrmck, the Montreal train
waM running at Its usual rate of alwed.
estlmtted all the way from 15 tq -w
nil:es an hour. It Is said that a s!g
nal calling for caution was set agal:nst
the crm at IUn.lfoln statln Th.e

rathr-id wrek in thisga te"'' m "v iiio. in
i'er, wreck in thia t tB e theory o mrilrod men today I tatl
Syears occurred at Bakers smoke front the engine of the local a.
Stton, a mile and a half west It pass under Raker hig way brlge
iAm oin, on the main line of the obscured the red lIgMts in the rear
rburg division of the Boston and Fron the bridge all the way back to
a i rlroad. Lincoln station the track Is straight
e regular Sunday night express Thf. night was dark. and at times dur
ch left Boston at 7:45 o'clock for Ing te enng a mist hung ovr t;
ontreal, via the Rutland system, ,rcks.
ed into the rear of a local train, .
&l started from Boston at 7:15 for VALUATION OF OUR CROPS.
ints on the mmin line and the Mar:
to brand. Secretary of Agricultural Wilson Issues
TIe early morning lists the deupai His Annual Report.
nd Injured Indicate that r.ineteen per iWashineon. Nov. 2.S.--Wealth pri-
sons lost their lives In the rear-,i:. ,i, 'iin on the farni, of ,dta I'nite-!
rcollislon. Twenty-five persons wtrir :.;. In 1911.' rena h d the hi lii.-'
more or le seroiiusly injured ald a:'ir'tin, ever Ha'ta!n-1 In thil or ai>.
-oters sustained cu!s andl bruist'e. c'lunti r- $<;,t,'lr(i.ni.
.The tr~ok were not ertlrely clear of Ii t:.' inrst annual re;ort of hl-
kage until to.lay. and the tn.,t rh r I tir' Se'Ill reary of A Ictri iltlr. I
nd track was fre od of leb'rls duirrin \W il' ,,n pIreirntt, an a t:;iy of f(nilar'.
night, and a number of trains wenrt anil .'arliter- t', rel"re'-'i 'n .' th'e pro' car t.
sferred around the wr( cage early and prr)!)ts of t* fiari r.n s of f the (ci
the day. try wl.'ch. ie a:admlits. "Ire'nami of
e Montreal ix;)r-sFe which lIft i ,n ;alih nprodutincln could haiildy eq(iial."
n at 7:45 lait night nanil crashed F-tir (ropIw niake niet- hli;h Irecorrln a'
e MI.arborougih itlDch arc a tMin, resumed Its journey 1to 'lltu)iuh iln anli ii4nt if iroduIr'lit the
(anadian cky Labout 3 o'clock in ,c)rr. crop s the ouLI) onin tihat rexceI-
morning. prevlioIs yitlf. In every crop1, tI:i
following a rev6led lht of their gicera! level d: rand that of prices F Ill hioiher.
ay Canpbill, of Mnynard, MaIt. Ul. idrn th~. E.-noir mtn, y!h of
William Walsh, of Maynard. Mans w, al'h to 'e' secrtary tilriate that the
C Oharles We'ti-lrb.-. t Acton, Mas.s farmni of thec ruiir' ry haie Inceraifedt
Donor Gauthier. of ITo ton. Mani a s, ;.1i .:. ,, ej % i : :a, ..turi. t:1l. pliIa
%trakeman of the accomm rndation train five y.vare
Cbarles E Iltrarrna !, (f Chaiir town. t.4 i, cr:t'r :>, %:t'I ,*or crr tuari
., firetman of the exp;)r s .,u --' if It'004' ,! o t'er l- ,aI n in
Anla e larts(ull, 21 )ears o! of L I ,;i '. or iv' n In the. rilt
letoa .,i Il :.n (it priiao roriora'lIrio ,
Anna HIllbrlidg. 5 yiars o(,'t. of Ar T. ,,* n rr ;i e; vta 'ut at i :.7 .
toa. Il
Mary Molweeny, of (oncrord Mai I
Joseph Karl on, of Mayna rd,.. Ma. Drivers Strike in New Orleans.
Josp r Barl. of Maynard. Mass. Nw .. r. N(rv ~.-4;rnroanlt out
Barls, three years old,. son o(f of a .ia...e >ianiH*r Iusutnl
B. Barls. of wl,::. ,', irrftd on the river froot ta
B. Tydepris,. aged 5T years. real day l',,. Irsyman Jamer Orant or.
M known. i,.r I. .*',i-rrWan not to pleritB boyo
IPve uMlldekald deed. ito ldr it'.s murlos throtrth the streets
The most seriously Injured, al of to m ,, fr ,)- ,ihe tilalikemlta abope.
srtomweim taken to tbhe MNasacu- Tean'.'-r Jn stan violated the ordei
gter inl ral b opital ln Boston. n.l n r fr ***--u:d tetnPeen him and
Statement of WitnMsse. *ahIi.Tn F;rs: n which Jor
Thosewo w 're witnemes of the rol dan's arm w a r trnken ntirt-rald
1eM 1 sl1d the local train whit roVE ,,wasemne'r* In court Thererupon
1114*J e flour oars. three of wma pas the *e...... A.mlmnd ft eio di elarrw
rt eotleas. had j'Ut pulled out f of 1 the ,rah ran, Grant refuse'.. and
IMTr Bridge dpot. a small nag sationo hi driv(*r -'n.rik W'he they heard
4abut a le and a tball west oe IIn- ofU e other bho dfraymen 1wtkedo
4IB Gt JIst wat of the fla t their r.e n The result Is 'hat nt
tati a s a I bighway bridge over cotton i timing it. : I and ~thr lator
rmtlnemd. I rwraln had ent'reJ a dee 1 Ing onran1ra'In'e are. idie A strike
Ctt after psIag under t4e bridt*e f rh rarnm,'a' two morntia age sru
.ad the >ar Wer had Inst cleared the settle.i af,.treatk
thname win bo beavy Mostr a -e-r
msrn alotrllng olf qie 4 at 11 Man Ceemated in MHtel Fire.
iBloeotivei,. erauag Is the rear E.st Rt I,,.. s Nuv J1 M
I ewas toerSe. Mad p man was hbrn' l nt da' j'h as I als eer
Sa maJoritty of tiho hi'ld met r eye, Int',nt In Ia rie that+ .n
th allmot l~otrtt:y The forward stroyed the .' ,,'..1r of taa- dro'h Fta
e telleot 'lte rear fr and betal ear:y ~1,,-y ( ratred a.J)
fad part of the way thr oa 9h4 o a p'ri ,k Ma *.' ax-e' I a .,r1.
*' ftrieIat.le a' tr.e heard Tfe lln dl r was r ..t-!? tfh rulla I
1t ear of the lorai rain was also Howar4 lbi'ranN SI aged 1. 1,1 a
damagn4. tr the t rs! car sUd the owner o ",. i ,r l a. Ji6,J
TlOre rpf. ITUrs HIA .i ~ 'er s'en oui-red4 **
Ta ea 1i11 eag!ne of the *" s w*ye m ram as 'a-i u ~ PaNor ( .r.
pr"atceally d4rt*lned in the rcct o !a" d Wwrie t : 4ma
adJ fte worwt wa o ro Le*ted i t th!i at I The poo rty lhIt
tf. wtre tmead.'Y bt*#y Wr W :l y $..ecM
the hisa of rwlkag. eoW -
s athem w "onr fM the t wo tre A alwel- To a **e banquet.

e0 tes a asmm br of t: T e 'm aet a1 1a 4 P rtstr<.tr
na*verrnty trrn T' r e Bud ,e1b,
I h b'ing nf k 1'etli *wtwlea eth5w' saes *.i: m'-,.r here *a' Yb
*. ( rta-i k aara was a Orast rarss,: tmqe irve by th.
i al tet eg h ftsir O Pete*** A h' ,w,-t3 of Tea
-Ag to -- rrae t- a- * i P h4rde et otPUY I Wit !a
ra a Piust to to be the St st rAt

m. Wttees aerw here
~. -

The Internatonal leet Was Ordered
to Sloes Turklah Town by Force Un.

less the Pors AV R toiP rowers'

Viennao. Nov. 2S.--The Prert'r'e
1'rusw to.i&) l)Ut)iibtd a 11,jwch troru
L'orlt alit inople aying Ithat t1'- L i (ll
'ruugbh Teai-fk ["Saha. tCic Iq'.gii unAn
ister. hai annou~oned Lu LI). t 41ali
Ia' l1110U~doF dO Aul'Of.. 1111 .l))
tha: T'Iurke) accedes to' Ii il '4lr iLnUa
iiie )thm-rs regardling L..V ll4.1aW1lc
o'L:U t Macedonia,

Ordered to Wase Mityl ne.
C 'II'LaZltiliIIvia .41

i1.1e4r of the lfltermcu' .u :1,~

14,11e" aet Io I &)Ci ftnue~IIIhu I 1. !111
A ......itir\ ..on .e..e I ,! i~i

1 i0 t~~ til l .

::I e -:a4tI i' 6 tilOY It .in

iL. st'I 14111 A) ra ro'w

1,1, 1 ,41 ItI e mb fb'e t-

M( 4i, 114,1c 1~.0m'11he I .

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I 4, i'. -

4 ;:A 1 e11e It- f it 0 at .at :.,o 14)i u I
-Il fill fui'zhe u op. IV it'Im 11 "e llmIltu
Noc, -'wrovicvi rtuJ I o~ %I&.ptir
(.(.it n i 11 1 .4 t 1 111111 liei

i-it1". a5*J.1 IlIug t;'Ic
i: t -anl'rs #)f I te II-


Japanese Believe
Have Contro

I? A' elwitiean bri
ilav thal Itaro h
0, lit as a SPO'Cia
Jap'.n to )Peein
taste reitmmn arr.-
domni'atite In MI.
tmeo- a general t
merft Jaunn-cA-
Pejin will dwat'
Intrigu' .atid IIV#.%
mandins Ja;emnaee
(1runt I)4. eirl'
after elating ul.i"
to 40 .n)t'ilniw -n

era thoe disdplil,-

trumseUkiga anti~
Wyy *mmpers d g
sepluemid the pro..
ulrrCIne Ma nchir
TAO to "Mo rte I

Nlame. na % -
more ikiI~plsI it.'
2'rlnn ~a at~ me a~
Ijf etis 'ists.t.-
Inw In fft p411W.
is T,-s %&* 1"1
G0rglte tha.') a
41i1mia r s Sa
worl -YY Us-;'s

mIcet ie VOQw t a
i's. is 1 am' e '"

ieo4 I'to I a-.
tow 0t!b \ff A"
.:-ware4 P0 *g
Ofteribethe or,


New Orleans and New York Marketa
ucte Staple Higher.
NMw Orlneas. Nov. 2S8---As a result
of the circular of the fort'r New I r0k
bear leader scat here on aturdtl. y, t
leoa market opeon today wit ii a s11ir,
upwarJ oft (mm 16 to 2A points.. ,1.1
efect was to sprqd all the months atbve
1l 2 nts. IAbnVu sw2 Wi' ttle priest'
an ecceliont op;xwtunily to tliut prunris
&ad tLe re'n'IL was a reaction. IBy
o'clock thcre were rtw'ce fli that kl
the market only about 5 points alIKe
tke olhst' of ftturday.
At tth 12 'rlm*ii call cot'o n l taw 1A
pImnts ig at 11:67; J;htmar) wa% i ; u~l
at 11:73. March was 12I' Klms ti )at
11:97. And %May was 1:1 FoiIIIIIi 11:1 it
1! 14. wlt-h a strong untir rhuhL g'tl0t'

New York Market.
Now York. N1ov 21 S -Noa' hl~g~i rqc
words for the u'umou a v c-%ri' 1114' ulta!.,'
coptning of(d thte eulkon thai ice- I lly
will, ti dI itjj, Ij eig tnllulI t %i- t 1f
iXClIeI C. 'l11' f Ils!ov ltietlit %3's 4 1 i i Ai -
Tbyit lrr'ui r I b yi tauio t -1i -%
-Ivatter con iv-o dU li t t he' if.''i t 1 4'i
h(, had ('4)1 iii l in 'diit-t i';m ul II
alcI toy Itif.- l' iz Into I .!\2-' ''
wherre n %mii l l .1 :w-tr' % %:I

4f rlit 1411 -'0 1 t u I'' i

sali i T fl't 24 1 -i ''. "-il- I t- h

it it vaC 1' 4 it '-oi 1 11%' j -l.' II .




Russian Sailors Control the

Situation at SebastopoL


Railroad Tracks Have Beer Torn Up.
Reported that Ofl;cials at St. Petese
burg Order Commander at Sesvato-
po' to Grant Demands of Mon.

Si lett-'rtuT rS No v 27 1 .44j)
-1P ,11o uat ioll 4A~t ;4: i)'i. IIn it
s, sntiva to bu lin proed, the Iliv t'! !:ii~
uit ntit %h h i ant over in a hold) Ii !
IInuttinvers hasinX gritturn, I to) Its a1.
glatic.., aozId Ji i titd thi.. tl Zluk r.'os4
Iivrll. Itlateifreenvrnets bavv also ar
riIi d at -St 'a ol~ d troifniatii Shtwihroput
Ila 'ict i .4 nd k4i'rmaL'lun betI tecad

4 ua hvIas bi vii ort till t er
(;ttliii r I 'III 4 iut l th h ti iintraae' to ( I)
ie II I ) f netim % : uIrin tv ly4.it, a hrori)
IIIiiLt I III' I'?.' a! o (I itsrqtreI I A It 3 1t~it
.,14isCar nn!14.1.) p4lmotiie'tt lires
F .w I 'tl e 'ahlele-0111:' r11'iaitual f it io t
tiw Kto 111:4/ ir iakiiiitis and ii. 4 ri! jr
'i. o .11-1I. I iin 1 1144 44) u11 l Ill ('
ifthw tlimtiarrtm aho hatio, piav-..
1i: fl'het mitiiior arri 4t 1Tit,,resitialli
%hilt i'f Ih# lI~~'uqk 144,A .. iare' ,rof

% t it ll? 111ll l lr h 111111111y, li i 1r 1
I it s-I ll l -iele 1' i e m'Y c i l h 'l. In
+j, 1 is tille ''n ?ht'!r ctiit-a-liraeA anqhoei

Cu. '' .lH'e~i,1 f~e t J)'11- pa sall 1 I',V:iv s

1 1, rmikilrirt-i htrr flailot Vive' -m~Ailr
I~ ~ ~ I P'I.4 I l ~A leIN0 1 a .'f l 1 111111i'
fl' -I- lily 1I 1V1 11 "1-M64 4. rIt'l All.11di itiaii'Ie

t u i0 t i Plrio-eivilt in 'fohe'r
Member &f PananA Canal Consulling,
Board Leave for Home. ''- 'uii t
i ."11 -41 1, fir it, AI ii t
du t t-s i lt- m a f ti oi tpi i- u m *i o .' iit to. it uon a ttiea
- ~ Iue ('ili I4 of I !If-i'01e111Ie 1'1(ItlhhMwl 11124i ahelui

it 11
(it.' .IeIII x ite, mc~i 4Irii laarti ii II ii
At TRI'G FuU~tRE 10 4 ;e11111 h1 -tel. 4 e1, t1-tli: V.. 4

t P %Iit lIii A II i t v. I'it
f Manchuria. 4;.rtiaru iatetie. al a I, ea ala

-'I.h m )tsi F It a nee tatI- gi ll; 0.1!: feii F:81ee.4- ifill
-irs Otis rowe-cti t h 0 30th (AI lhI to 'I I itc .111 J W' W'. I
I* t I 'AAA ia 1ea4for fr'ill her, shewill e avv forRitr l-t ele~anu on
-iinitrue luriter VIII the 211101 U K t Q Iu ne:1- ",ri-ief cc4-
ITi'.n iii S) wcilT.' gtn.eer to 'the 0l4its e-rutsI leav, a, o It
- rim a se ull s i ti aawos n lt# me for %, w uork, but w*11 1o
I*-!u eelmr-llfl)- tirn tptnijalo city shiurf~y Ga I1 espaltt
Av I x'iarald thil to make a It* 4 len the Iiiseeppl
asla a rccnter t4 tfro me vhie W 4i tvie'aaa tos min =she
i "01 a it n' I#' a steady of iibi eninearlag proms #W
jissitifurlibt river. lie plowa to leave Iflin
a rpernt al woh Prance nn the IAth "I rceter
11011 was Unlike ly These E a eleates will awl.! r;lI
Iwn Wevst 5811 alnl Is uteruseI ds rlg *. *r6 days) sf
skmo h sbeau IPP 1" ,U Jnitary
,if ManachuiarlaT~ic Genral Davewis l W ontothatellI a, a
ie-A.l Lu t" 40-06*lto repreiewstauve of the Awrirn twrm .
should Vw n*ll hes of b she,11ard 4sa 'will take *I,,)
Japan a. sRumla him the amsest- 6r61 0 ruarill no )'
*:c. Trsade roguila. dOnes ~ap w khiab swiniiaille
fire Scigh by Jabe signed by tIm.
rati, atWe prov c
t Arev Psamersg
% .1 '(i~eeeirglahas POW Te ALOS& of Aealw ls seValwed
0 111&& of all 40 il't OVW 1*lUASSW Arr~e**lo Gthr
Illfs- d" di w* WI YekY ork ZV -is Hag-# lo' I.~
?tfe camwofieota (Paso stud, jeams&1 I1S411' 1 0,u1
Wet a"'m'.ir I s OW eth of Ithorueoshrod to -. ,- .rs
-an can be fact ,Yerllasl Biliii.&^4. sta
the na so e a.'."P. Copiledle jeameniel to par. e- .S
mowle haPt194 A1 wath raslas water al,! At a

e-to. Visa Is We" l'el4th0r Ip,
?#'*twl@S VW64 i dh gap@WeerAt eif"u'r-. 1@'-
6blitles" rto Pr e 14 O o'e r ea s"
6%00011114t Wastweel
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*lo 9111111111114. : ~. ~ T

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1, as~@ 5 iU

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PW.r prt*.*.aed ftr book.
Wsab'i s-" e -.sTU o'iwp
irota(U.0----- sowu a,'est-r
H UM401 n( strwile It', to,"

o f t he et e,

*0 %WMW bfta hsie*I'l

am aA mowa
YI o r wmY 1&

I ;a Wth, pit ei assI f rW z -frev
a" to CO v I'i :' so, ei m b
isqa rf C B f tr I'rm 4 the
NW~IIM40at : -' .-,# a 401u.to $S o
e eh e".'r.. *s cr.,-V Slg Alan
woolt, bet ato We sste.t~o
Wo ua k 1IVP*I.e.'r La, -.11wat eE WJ
*ims$*.5eef't- IA*Pe
~~ ~ dso o CeO pAt b"

m fe

.AaMI~~l AA a..' L *. '

eoilIng x.4m) It -t'e r'' Ihit AA wU rik
4 imp nr i m hi f, q r, '24 e1-; t ,'ru'e-gm f; 'IiiRt
r 'et~~i rw i i terhins The'
liI Ie all e-utmot' I'. t -artt. hio it .s vl'...!
II, [loe- t! tie' qIi. dt`,ci?.t 4Ff 1,1.-It lint
American @eSien by Mueeians.
91 i1i'r Is ~at'i Not ev G' p In-

'if tital Anierisan i.I-luit a uc has jta.
stwurneoi he-re' nftrr4 t 0ne ti, nfimtl
vautilai In Pearls e 'ice ylatins eof
tittraxi. by ii 'isIll one eel ftr e' m
fnahlioneaiatuie i 1 ,` 40c a Stial low
last nigh And i smi vi m, -cle-ai be tin
beaten to) tje-a,!oi'-tiuuigh 'no iel
rival 01 the-' t.1*i-pe

Seeown Man Plead sGuilty.
lh'irpil %,1%- 11 1,0,11& W (raw
ford ant Wi 11arm C J1I'ua4. alfa
hun? pn.a-Ii- I g1hil u11WaY to sharp.
#s (ht-Ingart aeersirlso ff'er ttAo IS Matt
"ce 'It e Al4 I aniss, Oe&ry. ts ie
11i of '11.1 %It.irnp malts ca& flags
ITI Mc-) 0111 It *,w .ore ~l P
P'to i %rfloe'1.Who halld disaE.4
V." or a v n ras rnavgefea hel1sea"
of 4 '4r!11er, Wc ws plilCed as s ia
-1 y' ''ist'e "m me
ijeiI ~ srr I #i'%Ibetilgseseemw,, I
?nrs'ho Liitt 11.4ll 1i Iorn" 5 60 "low!
OPsaila0 *11,t1 -I-- q' d ala'i Wish s&

eIng go SM. eary

Irgqsdei He". Desd.
(kawp. UL" :1 -%. ,s'I golt*
ribUne tfre m ,I l v ,
thiAaft ler W 0 Ctdurlliolt ee. at
pleat. soreotary .4 tAr Iweet'leat etf
'ho WrhesArowrs vreoV4lr1, J4 e It.
ter~a If &was pr.mt ** ati th Iree
qcW4eot toI ('bo es 0lbi 14) Ilk
6s8 emmed meay H.asD-
reseveemd lrom he ibsak,

'tb*l Now 7 ..4 6 tugr-

peevoiasp be o but WW .* 1i be
knoe ws sVdIeg 6 tsiv. psta"-ov
fiI 8044 ftewa '4 'WtAMel iN IM
esal %W hea et13mr- -',,:4 owE
( I% t a DWI:- p'. I'. ijam, b
r~~r c~ ibm Il er.e ~ 'I
SOWWO4 go lb- !-p t, IW r'.. H
oaemk'p Woold 'ha'' .r 1' AWLu 5!
go*e oan, msaw pro*IW-' me as1priv
po hor t oth M. 3Jl tat
woo&" of LAO .ast- ,

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A*ful Fate of Annie Nelson at
That Place Saturday Night.


The Heat Was So Intense That Those
Whp Were Aware of the Presence
of the Woman in the House Were
Unable to Rescue Her.
Wade. Nov. 2A.-Saturday morning
Ibout 2 o'clock ire started in a house
owned and occupied by Austell Nel-
s on nd Annie Nelson, colored, also
S known as Annie Child,, and in less
than ten minutes the house and also
F another house used for a restaurant,
were burned to the ground and Annie
Nelson perished in the fire.
^ The woman, about 86 years old, had
been addicted to the use of morphine,
and that night itlis supposed she took
an overdose andlin throwing the cover
off her bed while laying on it, she threw
It on the lamp,(which was setting close
to the bed, starting the fire. Help
responded immediately, but owing to
the heat no one could get close enough
to the woman to give any aid. In try-
Iog to get to the door she must have
been overcome by the heat and fell
over her sewing machine. Her whole
body was burned except the backbone
and skull, and the remains were bur-
led Saturday afternoon.
There being no sign of foul play an
Inquest was deemed unnecessary.
The woman also lost some money
and about $160 in household goods.
An Early Morning Marriage of Two
Popular Young People.
4 On Tuesday morning at half-past six
o'clock there was a wedding at the
home of Mrs. Rachel Halle, Sooth
Arredoodo street, the contreating par
ti e being Mrs. Halle'0 seaompllshed
daughter, MlissEllsabeth Serena, and
t. Mr. Tbomas Groom Mets of Wilmlng.
Sto, Del. The:eeremony was performed
In a most Impressive manner by Rev.
Tbho. P. Hay, of thelFirst Presbyterian
Obhnb. The afalir was quolet one,
Soly the Immedlate family, the min.
later and his wife'being preaeOt.
r Immediately after the ceremony the
party partook ofja wedding breakfast,
Ob when they were drluea Ito the station
and took the train foId 8. Aogustine
and polots on the East Ooast. After a
i, few days' honeymoon In Florida, they
will proceed to Wilmington, their fon
Share home.
Miss Halle Is one of (aloneville's
lovelleet and most popular daughters,
She was a leader in society, and will be
grealy mined by the young society
folks. The groom is a very popular
Song man, and stands well in the
aomomulty nl which he resides. He
holds the responsible position of chief
elerk to the president of the Penosyl.
vanla Railroad.
The Suo, with other friends, extends
eongratnlatlons, with the wish that
their married life may be one of con.
tinued, undisturbed happiness
Ifforqt of the Dry's to Take Posaes.
sion of thej ounty Palled.
apesla) t. Tbr ltllr tun
Oeala, Fla., November -The Pro.
bibltoniste were defeated In the wet
aad dry election today and the prob*
abilllies are that the county will go
from three hundred to three hundred
aod flfty wet
The dry element ft>el greatly dis.
heartened tonight, as they hare fell
eonfdent they woull Itw victorious by
a large majority The country pr*-
eleats, many of whieh were unneeded
"dry." showed a nies majority for the
wet '

A Prominent Visitor.
Among the prominent 'alatka pro-

That Scott's Emulsionr
should act so quickly and
satisfactorily in all cases
of lost flesh and continued
wasting is not surprising
when its food value is un-
derstood. With pure Nor-.
wegian cod liver oil, typo-
phosphites of lime and
soda and glycerine, there
is combined in Scott's
Emulsion the best ele-
ments of nourishment and
strength building kpown
to medical science. Any
physician will tell you this.
The use of thepe ingredi-
ents in the proper propor-
tions; the employment of
only the purest grade of
each,and to combine them
perfectly is the secret of
the success of Scott's
Emulsion. You will not
find a more certain way to
stop waste, build flesh and
strength and supply pour-
i.shm l'nt than through
SLOtt's Emulsion.
*"T : I:,oWNa, 409 Pearl t., New York.

That Lively Burg is Rapidly Filling With
Northern Visitors.
Melrose, Nov. 27.-The town is fill.
ing up rapidly with ,sitors. Newly
registered at the Hufman House are
Mrs. and Miss Laeiirr, Mauoh Chunk,
Pa.; Mrs. O, Y. Barker and Miss M.
Barker, Pitrfield, Mas ; Dr. W. P.
Lover, Glovers, Ga.; 8. arnes, Vi.
enna, oG.; J. 0. McDonald, Patterson,
N. J.; Chba. 0. Hudson, Cinolinati,
Ohio; W. Rogers, Live Oak; J. B.


McDonald, Jacksonville. Other ar- The Happenins of Bell.
rivals for the winter are Mr. and Mrs. Bell, November 28.-Mrs. .. J. Love
E. J. Whitehead, New Haven, Conn. of Jenalngs's Lake was in town Thurs-
8. B. Jerkins and family have moved day.
to the Wolf cottage on Starke road. M.I. Jones, superintendent of the
The 41ort made a speolal rnn on Central Phosphate Company of Dout
Wednesday with twenty barrels and ton, was shaking hands with his old
forty.threferat s of oratnes and tan- friends Wednesday.
gerine shipped by 0. C. Husband. Sebe Laneaster of McCrab visited hil
At a special coaoell meeting held on brother, Bollie Lancaster, Saturday
November 20th, J. Noble was appoint- and Sooday.
ed assistant town marshal. Tom Chair of Old Town was here
A. MeN. Page brought in a fine rat Tuesday looking after his interest. The
tieasake meaosring lve feet, eight Obair Brothers have located one and
nlohee, with eleven rattles. one-half miles from here and will soon
A jolly crowd of the young people be ready for businee.
took a straw ride out to A. Price's on G. H eSofield and W. N. Fowler have
Friday, and report having had a lovely returned from South Florida, where
time, with a bountiful supply of eane they have been looking for a new lo-
Juice and other good thin cation.
---- .- J. E. Williams went to Alaohua Sat-
At the Operna Huae. urday on a busineae trip.
Fits & Webster's "A Breey Time," Dr. L. R. Weeks of Willeford was in
a comedy full of mirth and mosie, town Wedneeday. We are lway glad
opened tle theatrical season Touday to see the Doctor, especially when we
night, and the oompay was greeted are mot sick.
by a good audience. Jodge 8. O. Barron has porehased a
The comedy comes la three "doses." fine pair of mules fmro K. Dopius of
The filrt was a little wonder the aver- Alashaa.
a e, and thoew present begau to think Joe Beach of Trento was shaking
that they would not we just the quall- hands with his Bell friend Saturday.
ty of play they had anticipated; but, C. Fletcher made a bneinoea trip
like wine, it grew better with ae. aid to Trenton Thursday.
the second and third acts tflly re. Mis Belle Lindsey attended church
deemed the weakness of the firet, the at Midway Sunday.
jok.es, singn and speelaltiee being N. J. Williams has bought a very
above the average, valuable horre, lor he has been work
The play is void (V a plot, neither lag for the humaa rrae about twenty
does is claim to have one. It is merely years n d i still able to taul wood.
a combination of musical speelalltte Rev W. A. Cameron of Valdoeta,
and comical situations. which the om.- G.. will eqpmeme a protracted meet-
pany carried out is flr-telasu atyle. nlal a Bethel, beglanisa December let
There are ome flie voiees, and la all Everybody i invited to attend.
the prodoetlon was as good u could be i.
expected for one of Its kind A Guaranteed Ce For Piles.
Ihbiag, blind, bleeding, protruding
No Case of Pneumonia on Record. piles. Druggists are aheorieted to re.
We do not know of a single inotasme fued money If PAO. OINTMENT
a-l 6-__ ; A .-1.A.. a%

pie visiting this eity yesterday was where a cough or cold reolted la1
Colonel Harry M1. de .ntmollin, a paeumoola oro onsumpaon when oI-.
member of the firm of the .tanlto ley's Honey and Tar had ben takes.,
Foondry and Machine Company. It eeur eooegh end colds perfeeU,
Col deMoutmt4iin itwell known in so do not take ehamee with eoe .
military eirele* throughout the State, known preparatioa whih may eoasalai
having been identifed with the liort. opiate,. whish mes eoastipalos. a
da 1Stat Troops for many yea r He ~ odiUo that rtards recovery fro I
was for ome ime oaptaia of the tire a old. Ask for Foole's Hoaey ad
City Guards which was during his ad. Tar and renur any sobtituoe offered.
mlaestUoWta conceded to be the crack jJ W MeOollam A Co
military eompap of the $tatr. ReO. ..-
Uting htrm the cOmlmad of ths coN,m
:ay he wa selected by iraor D el ate
aaln as a marember of hite taff wb imi 11 ale
the rank of Oo"el and retainr thde kffti ph
1ree diitly boaor under the ad.e oe0102 4
aiaistratioea o o a Ge orr Hroward M l
Few nm* in Fltrida are more thor. i M
mol ase d as see dthan i o1

fails $0 Glare Ensto 44l49. We.
Retwed ~ted lVti~n Paper
nmda. Nov S-&g-~strate #a
wk-k today rohm t e eealWCS0a ot
Ie I%&ansom qtes O the 0etn
416m atJoan& T. 8 tIhe
Awmamba ehm Be Mp 60 g tIaa
tbu we& n o e t @YtdS040 "u
hbow lm an dM at I m. mgb,

af oams h
we a awe"Inp beos
P bevef am is somodtris. A
a" vivesa cawd ", 64M beeo
hAbe"I. Cem"0 Be byv0"
aeo Awr's Pu. -e Ser )IPo
f=t IL

I "ow

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Special Agent of the Rural Mail Routes
Arrived T1day.
8pecial Agent Brittinof the United
States Postoffice Department, who has
rhhnTre of the rural mail routes in this
State, arrived Tuesday, And in the af-
tiernooo, lb company with Mailing
Clerk Benj. T. Arnow, made a trip
over proposed Route No. 2, which will
soon be established. A)r. Britten went
over and mapped out this route pre-
liminarily several days ago, and came
this time to establish a floal and per-
maoent line. The route will be in a
Fouthwesterly direction along the Sea-
board Air Line, and will comprise a
round-trip of about thirty miles,
which will give all persors along the
route the benefit of a daily mail six
times a week. The service is bound to
prove of great benefit to the public, es-
pecially the truckers.
This Section Shipping Lettuce, Beans
and Peas--Prices Good.
The movement of lettuce, peas and
beans is reported from this section,
and already several nice shipments
have been made to the Northern mar-
kets, where good prices have been
realized. I
A prominent commission man stated
to The Sun representative Tuesday
that, while the acreage this season is
not so extensive as last, the prodouts
seem to thrive better, and are of a so-
perior'oanity. He states that, from
hie obeervatjon in various sections of
the State, he Alachus county lettuce,
so far as fineness and quality is con-
cerned, is far ahead of anything. He
predicts that Alachua county lettuce
will bring a higher price than any
other in the markets.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sore and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
tag Syrup, for children teething. It
soothes th ehild. softens the gums,
allays all pain, eures wind eollo and Is
the beet remedy for diarrhea. Twen-
ty-fve seote a bottle.


Agents for Pabst Milwaukee Beer
Export, per bbl, 10 doz, $11; per doz, $1.25
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10 doz, $12; per doz, $1.50

Jung's Cincinnati Red Heart lBor
Per bbl, 10 doz, $9; per doz, $1.

on the

pay freight or express ar s
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
12 full quarts ........12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled in Bond Under Government Supervsion.
4 tull quarts, del .... 400
"; full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ...... .10 75

6' 1Years Old:

4 full
6 full
S12 full
4 full quarts ...
6 full quarts ...
12 full quarts ...

quarts .
quarts .

8 20
4 50

2 75

We are dealers in everything in the
Liquor line Whiskies, Gins,
Rum and Wines from
1.50 to 6.00 per gal.

3fet&bljab .le 1878


Do afeat beaWt builab. bur yad wMl 0oren& aMd Do--tsle nM a-
T seeoeam of M.ak.a.M earpotto m. fale, rm erebearaoM sole
reeftre a ftorab bse lm. petl fteImtfee fo itM kfeoioe -t- m aM
"e""le POtewt Ia "theUild taSel

3LOP.II) 11A

Gainesrilll & Gulf Railway Company


Time Table in e*eet September 24, 106.

;o. 4. N. No.1. No. I
Daily DaJly. STATIONS. Dally. D11 .

Lv PM Lv A M Ar. PMAr PM:
8 0 .. .. .. .... ... ....... l 10
0 ............ .....ld I Ae. .........
s ....... ...... ... R l........... 10
8ID ...... ..... . j '2' aDIs
00o ......... .... ... n ..... .. .. .....

4 10 ............... - .Ta. .-..... I 0D
04 16 .. ...... ......... rb reed........ ........ I 10
4 2o .. ." .I...... .
4 10 ........... . e t. 1.
S 40 ...................
o ..... ... is eat............... t
4o) Wiee 1I0

00 S .l.4 *... .... 10 i2A
SoS o IO ....... l m L ...... .
020 71 0 a
S71 12 ...........GOm........I.. '
7 JA T U .e.... a- i ai -.e I u 6
.** 10 ...... L... 10 Oa .... .
. ......a A OB. '..... l o t

A. *A I IP m A

. .. me e .. .. .. . i"Al a
lrrirwawr~or r~rl e

led 0


sod L' *ars
Nos. 511-519


IrT0 ? -

. dw ift.-abb .0 ISM,

C3- A rM[)EEaB-NrI3-,l,3D,


b bun .., ... "ra ; 4, -, .

,Was Recommended to
ercy of the Court.



Wa" the Specification, But the
ence Looked to the Jury to be
ly Circumstantial. Which Savad
Prisoner's Neck.
traolt court convened at 9
Tuesday morning, His Honor
Wills presiding.
was little doing in the eoort
Stbe day, the day having been
to the trial of one ease, that
o State vs. John W. Orsn,
with murder.
ha p6ofleation of the kcarge was
effet that the defendant, John
S Grme, on a aertals day and date,
advance upol his wife with an axe
split her head open, resulting in
at death. This tragedy occurred
e home of the Greens, near New.

he case oeeupied the attention of
Court during nearly the entire day.
ho prisoner being arraigned several
Ie ago, pleaded not guilty', and the
eame on to be heard. A jury
sworn a follows: J C. Balis,
man; J. F. Frallok, C. C. Fleteher,
lez Howe, Alex Avers. J. A. McKin.
try, D. A. Roberteon, C. Ahrenti,
iohn Beagle, H. C. Roth, A. J. I)-
ta, J. L. Strickland.
Oase went to trial, evidence submit-
Sargument made, and verdict of
guilty of murder in the first degree
ith a recommendation to mercy.
State of Florida vs Charles Wash-
ogton, selling liquor without a license.
risoner arraigned and pleaded guilty.
After the transaction of a few mi-
nor affair, the court adjourned until
S o'clock Wednesday morning.


Ladies'calling cards in latest styles
/ t uS office.
R. L. Tison, a progressive citizen of
Fannia, was a visitor to this city yts-
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. RIagan of Oeala
were registered at the Brown House
Mrs. B. B. Ilopson, after a brief hut
pleasant visit to friends here, returned
to her home yesterday.
J. G Watson and M. N. Sanchez of
Newberry were in the city yesterday
Ssad made The San a pleasant call
J. W. Patton haq returned from
Tampa, here he has been for the past
few days on business. lie is w.ll
pleased with the State Fair.
Mrs. J. A Larson and son, Arlie, of
High dpringa, passed through the city
yesterday en route to Palatka, where
they will visit relatives for a few days
The Ladies' Miionary Society of the
Finrt Presbyterian Chureb a1ll hold its
regular monthly meting a~theehurch
this afternoon at 8 o'clock. All ladies
are cordially invited.
L. C. Gray of High Springs was
among the visitors to this city yester.
daye. Mr. (racy is erecting a fine
h~e osn East Churbch street, and was
here looking after she same.
Mis m Hasie Smith of Waoaboota is
la the eilt, a guet of Mrs. C. J. Mix.
YaB. Mis SRmith eupeest to make her
departare today for Melrose. where
she will spehd a few days with friends.
W. M. sad J. 0. B. Thomas, two of
Blo's preolinag eltiseas. a in the
*lay telmdig cosart. The latter was
for -e term am effeleal representative
fron Alashe seooety is the Irgisla-
ke eoSditSes of Blorham u ell. who
has be quite ill for th pst two or
shrmday. ie gIrstly improed. whtob
talermrnes will be revived wit
gratllasi6m by the young mar's sm-
omee hride.
Ca'l Thlskmagivig service will be
hed as KEraose Metiditl C(erve
Oa Tlh day at le:D'it Rev. 5.
3. 3->u was ipooted to pwem.
b Bl his rqwsoe Dr. D B uoose

Val to "I rIIn
TIe fturn of te m ofa&e ha"
modwes" c4upmvw is betas -00 11 d
is apgwer bw a lbscsl oppbwIm
ef Psi.. The wall are of be1 sd.
em a she bW e of im.. sf.



We are in a position to furnish first-
elaCs lwan.cuke and lettuce hampers.
alo cabbage and canatloupe rates
promptly at reassoniail prices. aod
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts Ship on either A. C. I. or
f4 A I. ra'lroa'ls t Willeston %Man-
faeturing Coi Wllistou, Fla. dawtf.
Ihe cot tage b g erected by Dr. J.
1I. Aldrmaan. Alachua avenue, East
(ainesvill. is aaonmieg noie propor-
tilou, and will be coulpleted within
the nest few work It is being *o*
strueted on strieti modern prisel-
ple. two s tried and will tb supplied
with every eouthrllreae. When eovr.
l ieted. tlh hoire will Ie oeeupied by
Mr ad Mre ('ha* 11ll
S'.(i; M A M C'ubhman. P' 1 1
. Webster. AdW H Hilgdoe. Mnel
Wuo~blpful Meater ,f iaialeve*ile
Li d N.s i l) A A M retursedyel
terday 'from Hlawthru. were tey
made aon Il'eal vwot to Hawthera
Lodge Monday **vngl They were
royally e rtain"ed by their brother
of Ilawseorsm l, -r- ad report a large.
ly ateadeod sand r ntrease1 e1t0a9i,
The lat.er1 i Ie. reslal n emaps
as ia Met"lodse ehurhe M Iislaerves
a eB sere we I-lr stren *sw for
lasy oans a prveaines baeesor.i m
a4d big eemons arse tree(alJ t*alk&
th pree q er 'ass 1d Chbretmis livia
fI t0e a d poe ts Sf a b600660 "en .
e visited she 4a absefrl y esoefy
amrtl and de Ugrited the pptib *h
SshS r(e serve s the D Neth.
ed gshre at pa aadT- lD p a
*half (r I .~~(

S .--'4 Ir


I '5


About Coulhs, Colds and Bronchial
Troubles Given to the People of
Gainesville by Our Drugg st. V. M.
In conducting a large druo bu-iness
we naturally meet a great many peo-
ple at this sedaon of tie year who uf-
fer from cooghs, oolde and bronchial
As these troubles are easily con-
trolled if tbe right means are taken
we want to say to the people of (rin, s-
ville that we guarantee our csd liver
oil preparation, Vinol, will core hang-
ing-on-colds, stubbora coughs, bron-
chial and lung troubles, quicker than
any preparation we have ever sold, be-
eause it is the most perfect preparation
of cod liver oil ever compounded. It
contains no oil or grease to clog the
system and upset the stomach, yet it
does contain every one of the fifty odd
medicinal elements actually taken
from fresh code' livers in a highly con-
Centrated form, and is therefore the
best cod liver preparation obtainable.
Vinol is not a patent medicine; every-
thing in it is named on the back label
of the bottle and you know what
you are taking, so without reservation
we indorse and guarantee Vinol to
strengthen erery organ in the body to
do its work as nature intended-to
core coughs, oolds. bronchial trouble,.
increase the appetite, build up the run-
down. tired and debilitated, and cre-
ate strength and renewed vitality for
the aged.
If Vinol fails to do what we say we
will refund every dollar paid for it.
You know us and know we will do as
we agree. W. M. Johnson, Druggimt.

ing a very pretty effect. The work is
being executed by ,%hackelton A Gore
Lost-Strayed or stolen from my
place near Archer on November 18th,
one Jersey cow, color fawn with some
white about head. Answers to name
Nellie Suitable reward to anyone glv.
ing information enabling me to find
her W. E Brown.
The Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate,
(ainestille to Tampa aind return, so-
count Florida State Fair, of $1.76. tick.
et un sale from the 13th, good to re-
turn after the fair. Train leaves
Gainesville at 12:15 pi m daily. See
J. A. Goodwin, ticket agent, fur par.
Mrs. C. M. Friuk of ligh Spriggs
I-as in the city yesterday for a few
hours. She was en route to Palatks.
where l.e had been summoned on
aseount of the illness of her mother.
Mrs. T. J Ionginan It in to be holed
sph found the condition of the patient
m jir >red
W E lew left yet,'rday f)r Jack.
suiville, where he attr ded the die*
trirt reieting of the Kights of I'ythlas
l]m t h.ight. Mir 1 w is district deputy
gratid chancellor of this district and
Oie of i)I t brst-iostt-d men on the work
of the order in Florida. Hie manifest
a great l-terset in l'ythianlsm.

NN I rtHauA Iuhs G S. MERCHANT& CO.,

Y~ulrr OI ~ eL~jM tuil~n sad Jobkn .

Nelrvs. LWI.eeee
10IIdyI.S.Stapl and Facy Groceries,
Wathio she ;rc a o day He lloei~ o
AWAV1111w Ib laa t%-r i"Ofied IWDiownr~s I~lr o to~~C~
wed 14vIMii. 0 1om1%Cr~ SerienS OW d ~FutINzWs
I" G Met tar w .1 Elisabeth f *3fOU 1 5 WD19 ?AkZ- I. I I OAl .OVI .I.I. I LOKPA
Mail*. Welt- ) %de*eom bad Mos. Ng gibi=So pr'e v')r fo (rk "hie.m. a P N w l .er Ir1 ..
Bi gisCall. (UP-a t aele badl euia_ I____
Fwieds. J"..ipt A-lha5s and Maria A simplet. ewshof lay.Cr .'aC", ft" sye. Ronesno, U(Js 11"d mes
Davis, .1isse V"- 'sy saw R0ss4tWar- beda dI We haftdle eSlthe JVlT3sm. Pod*55as 0LOW*
ia. fTg rurrim e,. a mInwe hmluMews.

i T ha, the Lee"r
Crsed maisa usoef ISIPALe kort,
Art fee tfe rseef Us fre Im Ree

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Iw "", bum* I 1 6'e" ".&On&.i
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Russians Who Were Held in Japan
Mutinied Against Keeoers.

art In s'I ha -tate of ml, ,. / Y O V K
I;i u j" -..''e' Iommedla '.'; i,,n
'.( ." a :.' 2 . : that It : nI'
mry to form a camp \1. tn:ey art
held under guard. That th1 factory prices of Shoes haveadvanrd
On Satiirday there I ct air nd he factory up
rising at the camp. on ('.; ,T'hoknin to etits a pair, and the factory ri-
where a thousand praiont :-, fr,,ni Por: rteentatives advise that another advance wilN
Arthur are confined. A ,tru.nken .ol s, t c,(n
dier who refused to alu', an officer "l ie
was aabred on rtie iot. Il, 'romradee
rushed at the olMier, wio ,lscaped to
the offers' club, wre he was joined r oo W fr
by f Our Stook Was Contraoted for Eight Months
a hard fM for their liles with r level
vers against the Iriat,, men, but All and D
before the arrival o a L-q'amron of
Cossacks. which had been hastily sum TUI lAPlnRICl
moned by telephone. three of the l ffIl / ii Il UIIAIEaS
cers were killed and one w.a 'erribl
About 20 men were kill:aI In the
struggle. At tirst t (1 ot pay the aidatn'- anti We
Pirating Foley's Money and Tar. are selling t lhel at cost. Wlen w, ofer
Foley & Co., Chicago. originated
Honey and Tar as a thrmt niid lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of FIey'e Honey l|
nd Tar many Imitation are offered V
forthe genuine. These, ,,rthlei ini- UU

package. Askfor it ad rf a 2 47, KORR CT SHAPE
subesitute It is the be, rt meuly fornHI
eoughs aud colds. J. W VMcCollum
& Co.

Alexander Dowli, elf.Styled Elijah II Shoes at $3.00
Makes Intereting Statement.
New York, Nov 28. Iii .\~etanler
Dowi,,. who style.'i hm I:: .ah 1.1 and (lther we'll known liniewi at Factory ('o t it is )practi-
aconm,. ha larrived:,.n M. all ig oi (,([,l) DOLLARS at o* ,c eaIii)
btoanqTer. d ly offering y I'Ol ;LI )LLAiS fl ;c each.
In reply to quatl(i,- I' a n. r k.
olf Iparalysis, wh lra h it I ii xM
Ico, li lte said:
"My %hole left at1,, L ilff 1i-"'. I
could not move iny :. I I:n tint If!t
three ascc r I prasd "I I I II. rthit IV
wats ntruaculously c 1,, e q* V V1. i I r -
1tvOriiin the proii t' G ny H Y D E ,
In M.t xi ,. lie' t : ,sa
"W i' ili te btnl. 1. \I- r Ii -1
rnn. ",akin nur .- n U n I I 1 t'111t111I t

'tr"; "I" i tl ** o
Iy I I ". r0oo cvpoC'ret id
|l V '.. 2 i p i i t> iE E. E. VOYLE. MOR.
.' t I ... Abstreets of Tille and full nifonnatlon furnished regarding lands Isa th
S" LI o county. Our manager hla lived In this eountl thirty years ad
I- horioghly e.inerranl with land tilles.
Neuraigl Pain __a
Rheumatism,. l anhtago nAiisie *rE E V |O '"L T .
pains yi4ll to it. ,.,,,-tri. raK ii,,f. mj. M .'. V 1 r *..-- l
enee of Ballard's -now Lilimenrit It
penetrates to t nerves antmi b en., VIKK, AOCIDE.NT. lIKtil.,ALY A.NA IDL) MNITY I.NSUkANUC. oepre
Ssenaing a numb ir ef prll*oninetll Ameroasu and English eomlapsln
and being aboora 1 into tie t, f-lr its I hKAl. EITATK AND OITY IA)AN .
bealing prowpertl.. are rnnveyed to, atoIv- C rlle a e .Lor-id
ery partsof thr.t.,i.s aId i effe'I *mnie s--p e.. .i.
*I Iderful Pures .'w. fNe and $1 Sold
by W. M. John.'
Honor to M.s.s Hampton THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO,, Inc.
At the Sesion t!' 'he 14outhern Elit -rTAMIIJHNIS.) I '

34ia Hamptwe ,i r, the Imost onl, .Ase ,t duatr. in Ylr.y adjourn* '.
ida aod the rornl rentl i a devil the investor. Ttn,
one T
S- ---felwne.. Yeis ari e h NiaH: liaek of ,eaanaville. H. .
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A. McC3uATY.....Editor and P,,tliher.
W. W. W. ASHLY ....... A~
JESSEZ8 BURTZVB..... ... C.ty Eitor.
LOUIS J. BRUMBY. $ct 'l ravelr. Agent.
M. PIWI'WTTT ..... Sul. C',nmr, Roorc..

[ W. Main Street, S. TI.LI.PIlONE 43-2
Ta DAIL.Y hS ., ,uilrll d I try mlorlinglK ex-
apt Monday, del ivrced by ,iI, it-r in the ity, or
imaled to any part of the t nit'l Stattu, postage
ree, for 5an year s ..' ix munth,:; 1.a5 three
/ monthn:or5so ctnti f(,r live weekt-rtrictly in
Reading nItu ( n loa I I(l (ohlUnn to cents a line
Sorfirt insertlon. arnl] 5 4titl for each additional
Rate for display advertising made known on
applic t ion.
The Twice-a-Week Sun i* an eight-page, forty-
column paper, published every Monday and
rThurusy, and contahis all the news of the
Seek, local, State and general, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any part of the United
State or Canada, for I.oo a year-in advance.
All advertising bills become due after first
appearance of advertrument, unleu otherwise
tipulated in contract, Parties not known to ua
wl be required to pay for kdvertiaing in ad.
vane. Address, THI DAILY SUN,
GAlusVIL.a,, FLA.

A eynleal Kansas editor remarks that
some eqgagements end happily and
some in marriage.

Our incomes are like our shoes: If
too small, they gall and pinch as; if
too large, they cause us to stumble and
to trip.

The Jacksoaville Pare Food Expor'.
tion, January 4th to 18th, will be the
largtet ever held in Florida. The in-
duotries of Florida will be well dis-

At a recent political meeting in New
York a candidate yelled: "What is the
ne thing that we of this community
ae sofferll meet from at this time?"
There was a lslence and theo a man
with a blf, deep voile, said, "bed
Nearly 10,000 Spanish Immigrants e n
S *red Ouba during the frt three
months of the present year. The OnC
bu sonmel a ISpain are Instreced to
-'" 'st laSimigratlon spa and to set
S forth be opportoultles for lodepead-
eane and wealth la the Island republic.

SThe trouble that rabid dog are
causing in diffeet portions of the
State bsould have a tendency to pot
retriotion on the comber of worth.
leoar that are allowed to run at
large. A dog that is of any worth or
Sbreeding i not allowed to be on the
1 street all the time, and the average
"yaller" dog eomld very easily be dis-
paused with, and people would feel
more secure.

Now we are told that a surgical op-
eration le not necessary to ave the life
of a patients sfferin from appeadioli
tim. This important statement is made
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an a report 1o the Btato iepartmeni at
Washiniton by Consul-Gneral Ouea-
ther as Frankfurt, Germany. He says
a remedy has been found whleh will
cure without the use of a knife. It Il
named Collangol" and is a pure silver
solution in water

resident l{oosevelt has at last run
up agalsst a preoti ition that s1 liable
to landthe whole ftootbll fraternity
square on him. He will tind it a hard
nI oNsllltion t o o li< i aplkW i i -l :min--_


she rouhaid.utomle lactics from o f he hair. d
football. The college elevens train to
eadon such praoliae, and fotbel "'hoot the dog" is the cry In Jack-
with the ruugh practice left out would souville at the present time. Se
not be football u she is played The
president of the greater eolleagr know of O for atarrh That
better than too udea rta to a~,,p BOl sewa Ctrr Th
and the satdrnts will not ubhmit to Coelw -rewy,
any other ditatorship As mercury will surly destroy the
enose of smell and completely deraug
Reekl.eo driving by somen of the the whole seiOw wh4a enteratl It
haek drivers is gttingl so common tha t thmgh the waeo erfsee. Seek s
the okeers should put a stop to some itolles should nver be used except a
of It. The driver claim that he pua. pr.eeriptlon from I r 1tble phrlo.
eesIre url them to hurry up. but n. eas the dam e they will doe t ten
there to no ned of endamPgern hu. fold to theo Ied ad eaPesbly de.
man life to satisfy the whim of ome 2 nv from u hetu HW's .J. o &Oe
sta..heed paron w h ol ^i-i mraaufhreored by F. J. Ohes e O& Ca ri
rledd pern who elaim to b Toledo. 0..o etalas *e m a 7 -
it a gWet ? hrry tn Monday evening is rakes aSeraly, ste ig 4i I
a pgentema stopped an t a stre or up the bleod ai mmw M ee ta es
to pick up a piee of money he h had lueta Mt lo 9"taP
dropped. wh a emray drtvr ea nu I tuakeomsen tal t I al.
Searing alog aroeg e the xor ,r and do. oUio. b F. ObMe O. TIee.
aesme ear ruasag over him The timoaale free.
driver saw the bet made. o eBort t.uid by dreggl. PrIle te per be.
to ehes the speed of hs brses utoI, .Tke HJall's FW M e1sW e l t .. ,
they wreu aelyoe tepe r h. I pat. ,Al


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Sup lus and Undivded Profits... 80,000 00
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As another evidence of the advan There is an impression among many '
meant the civilization of Florida is people in the North that Oalifornia l'isf
making, no grander scene could be I(- the only country where tropical plants
agined than the greeting of the Jewell and shrobs are found, which is very far r 0M0d weak the LunsI ,ei e thi Vitaft y d la th
brootyos at the blue and gra reunon from the troth, as there are as many 4 ytem les able to witohetad n lth aoedin d t
in Taipas last week. The Tampa Tri- varieties of rare tropical trees, plants paying the way for more rleu I r&
bone i, speaking of the meeting of the and shrubs grown in Florida aa In the YOU AFFORD TO TAKk SUCi lE
brother saypk: Golden State.
"To any of the several thousand peo- It has been some talk that there was
ple whn listened to tle splchea of only one Banyan tree to be found in
General Jewell, th6 'nach.loved com. the Uited States, and that wa in Cal.
manderof the Third Brigade of the ifornih, when the fact is there are two
United Confederate Veterans of Flor* at least In Miami, and perhaps more in
ida Who fought for the dearly-prized other parts of the State.
c.ure of the South, and of hL brother, The Poinsettia is another shrub that
R Wood Jewell of Omaha, ebraska, pots forth a beautiful blossom of bright
who fought as valiantly for the prefer. vermillion, and is said to be a native of
ration of the Union, it most have been Mexico. California lays great stress
a patriotic lesson, on this flower and it is claimed to grow
"General .Tewell od his brother are in no other part of the United State.,
native, of Massachuoetts. Before the yet in GAinesville there is one grow.
great internecine conflit the General log in the garden of Dr. J. 8. Bodiford,
came to Florida. He created inter- that is as healthy and beautiful as any
ests here tnd when war was declared that ever breathed the air of, the Gold.- P p IA.T T CURJ Z
he was found in the front ranks de. en State.. 1s umi ptien, Coughl. o olds AWi Thm ti
fending the cause that he thought to When it comes to rose, there may Asthma Cromp, Whopin b,
b- right and jout. be more of them grown in other States Uen ehri tla, H oweos t Z
"His brother, a little older, who had than Florida, but they do well here V Y MR SD OW HAT LL
remained at the old home in New Eng. with little or no attention, and there HOUND SYRUP CONTAIND NO OPIATE DO HONOT
land, was naturally imbued with the are many varieties to be found. Where CONSTIPATE CHILDREN*AND WILL POSITIVELY
spirit that dominated the people of they receive the care that these beau- CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUOH.
that section. Wood Jewell shoal. tiful flowers deserve they are very pro* Wr. M ALLIr LokarelD wIwoJter erx., esy
dered his musket ant knapsack and in. liflo, and many of them bloom during med irJUmoua waoam dt m^te mtlku JI? rmse a V
maIwat a gtso mtlfaatihom. W aem Um oehim lhad Ciaw
vaded the South and he was met on the entire summer and winner. *. h It lw3relUov theonM a eoa5 d I w e a
awLtht Itk In t ohm betl m*e Isisb ?m DIM o wkn 61
the field of battle by men who wore There may be other places that have Be ResdY for Chldre Ev y*Bott Guarsate
the gray with his brother. X more natural scenery than Florida, but T R ase. e ao u t
"One dressed In $he uniform of gray, when it comes to-finding place where AIIAn SrOW I. IW T CO ST. lT I *
the other in blue, Friday spoke from one can live the year through with BA LAR-SNOWCO. *ST-LOUS --N-
the same place. It was a pathetic comfort and all the conveniences, you
scene-one long to be remembered- cannot excel this beautifulgjeninsula. SOLD AND R MENDED BY
when General Jewell before the vast r_. M:. JOI~T'NBSO Gaines-v-i e.
audience embraced his brother and Past leauselitaion. ._ __-_ ..._ n__ ... ..... ..___
kised him. The tles of flesh and In the days of the first settlers In the -
blood are stronger than any other in Chickasaw country, when Davy Crock- ^ ^ 1
the world." ett still frequented the Big Hatchle, i
The fact Is plain that the gallant "Old Man UGddlns" was a prosperous
oderobothrm on ago citizen of the Forked Deer settlement.
soldiers of both armies t, ud thelon One day be startid on a trip to Arl a
bored ll feelogof enmity, ad there kanas, and theceforth for several f Y u A r Inre .
are no more loyal oitisens than the old years Forked Deer knew him no more.
comrades of the "blue and gray." As travel in Arkansa was dangerous In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correatly
I and as nothing was heard of Giddlns, Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
ALACHUA FINE STOCK. be was omclally declared dead by the Pays Losses Promptly
court and his estate divided among his
The people of Alabhas county are belrs. A year or so later, however, he
vety fortunate ln having oeh an en. turned up and tried to get poession YO A re A ssur
terpilse as 8prinl Park 8efk Farm, of his property again. He was prompt-1Y uA s
a c1 seized ad taken Into court.
and In ehargs of N. A.0 allloo it has h "What do you mean by coming That no serious los can overcome you without you have some
dose mok to advance the stock later. arod here and trying to take thief refare.
etos of the eouoty as well as this ne- property' roared the coart at him.
tion of the B B d the ee. Bedethe dis- "It's my property asserted OGddinl. *
play of Bereford and Jerey cattle "Everybo4 y kno tt'a mine." t
shown at* te State air, hbl farm bha "Not at ill," lied the judge. "I'll 1 Li UUi ll (1l U Iai l6
also sooeetded In capturing several admit your ease s eems a hard one, but
pris In Its exhibit of Berkshire hogs It cah't be helped now. This court ha None but liable Companle Represented.
and the young hogs shown captured decided that you are extinctus de-
fre" pris, which Is a very slowerahow- t-lnctus, which is Latin for dead. This
lnm prism, whleh la ra ver lever show. court cannot el. Dead you are. Id e A M ,
Syou want any property around here A M
With priae cattle and hog there is you must take another name and set to formation eerfly foihed. GA VFLORDA
do doubt of the faot that Alachua till work to earn It. Mr. Sheriff, adjourn Inf od. INEVL, F
stand at the head as a meat prodoe this court, and we w nll go and iee that
Ing county, and In other lines that per. wreItling match you spoke pf." ___
tain to the farm we are In the fore- -
front. And it dustbe understood that wPollew man-Wamma. PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
this stock 1s not only the beet In Flor. you can't tell me your mother' am
Ida, which is not yet ao old in the ral. or wbher e les1, how maw t is W ines B
Ing of One stoek; but there is no doubt ert Little Girl (lost while out abop*- _____ __ __ .
but it would hold a front rank with pag)-Jes' put me Ina abop wtlakr, IP ir PRPAID Bulk G re t Prq
any stock.produeing setion of the an' mamma 'll be sare to ma meEXPRREPAI Bde-J e-e
United States. rul QL. Mear*. 4 tQ aeQ I% Qu. .noPer G4al:
S funtlna Club RBy ..... M 00 7 00 RBro. Ga. Cam oo Sdsrde.
Spring Park Farm has the breeds Neao County Re. ..1. 4 7 o mO-aPerO af-
that are most dnired and the ftt that lono rram e .. s so R .o on Rye.. cGn.oro. pato FINs entfl.
it has produeed prise-wimlagl ladivid Ie' "u." Io .. I w a oo 0 so Rye. a, Core Rau Be toer tme maGo.
uals is very gratlfying to the ownrof M ao 1 r .... 9 ... .. s R 0 d P ere lo a :
thiwll-manaied far da also to n th 9 "0 Re P~L b d .e Bru r. D00 5ow-
farmer who desire So lmprve their | ApiId. .d W a oo d to V..ort. R. ocia DroH re e. Meotbalt
took fnrom eelimated alre that *tand +Aa.otm ...I... ... tV Oo t t u)su.
at thb head of their elsr. Good blood *ene* Olt s 1 .. LMPST LOUIS BEER.c PrD
is always to be deilred, but prisl-win- M euni a coa t .......... .............
nin individuals are worh ten times Th W aXtIVS. DOs Moa tum ma ,: Si in .. 0... '
the value of highgrade eruo, which DOt i'Of nausleat (O J e r C SP ....... o o .1........ a
sUrb s- -.'t'-. boor-t L of Xi0 emeu r ....Iu 1..............
are not deeirableat any price. C lrs Stomach and Ulve Amortam Atowed m AlU Goad of Same .. ut ou staui. D .. .......'......
Alaehua eouaty will surly remain at Prla r bbnd i c o .rptteet.

thanks to the Spring Park Stock Farm. tIhe t168T HA NIEtOwo W ,LtT
kroat1nahepringt- !f the sto w. N S HANNE BROS.,

Baldnew is usually caseed by the h. Ulver aod bowels. I a. M. OuAm .rwrdllt H. E. TsAToaC Osh
gay matter of the bnlr einrlatnl| Pr F t by J. We. *M.a m ( Gee. W. Bras. Ase.-1 eMea Lsa GAn.rA. As. d,










M AL Mysterlo.s Harvest of l.Denh lleaped
IN a Haunted itlu.
PARTS OF FLORIDA Wt were fred to cat' d "" 1.""'
S, ,______ a t he mouth of the 1.,' -, w which
e ,I p. p 14,. I...,IstIto uk .i N .. -,I Just 1TO 1
Happenings From Varions wh.re tilt- s u Juan, tii. i, \\ e tre
Sctih Of lLState. TuverObu e.bi h "P&laiENrN'mlAr jolutl tlher by a partr 1 i,.rnmau
Swung of Ste. Ch,,CeM inm .- WBt-m i. Larpi. schOtists who were uiik :.k : itr of
f -we T me Iao %Ctll Pn.* the Ctiitrail Amtner ican r ,' Tlthr
MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS C-ll sind lSUrmonw7 Dsem All were svu b11 the. ",I l \ l- t :
__________a -- 541.i s tlvtt g.itI. th. rl l 'y l ,a t t,,u It In F
tring in "The Land of Flowers." IAL BOTfZt rR BY MAIL crmssiun- the, rapid, al ; or th liu
iled Down" to Suit the teoan taasluae daddasso Was fretl to sleep In I rt.d t.,
Boiled Down" to Suit the yOWOUIOMONM. 91 Stremt. NewYwr hut Iurwil in Jhe wild :I. IIt, waMs (
Retader--Items of Interest to i__ I_ ot l I.eilpic lstudtit Y, l
"asea. -- - - ue and .Ii loved by I iii;n-
^ I -U. K.KILLIO MAN IN SELF DEFENSE. i.sa. The natlvs habi ', ,, i .t -
'Riddell Carnival Company i suite f h rim trun slei t il t, l\tt
g forth at Orlando. Tragedy Occurs In Parlor of Boarding telling him that the I .. aunt-
leA &Company are sending a ear- House in Atlanta. id. They :asertedl th.at ,,,r hlpt Ol'(Ielts 1
of oranges every day from Bar- Atlanta. Nov. 28.-Dr. 0 T K niyou,. thritt' wdar always 't I .1t1 I-vt
of reawsol. G1 .. who ot anr ki,,,l m n ,r!ug, with a mark I , k Crl
R. E. Dickerson at. 135 Sp.it .,, l the neck Jumt over th, art,.rvy.
*eGir' Athletic Club of West \ A proof of what :iA they
Beaeh is now indulging in basket r, ord.rs 9 cour thl,4 nrn uo n .it lurdt wio thle shrubtu kI *ir lilt, Ahut
h. i^ tit ,li tar-L x h.t.t ; ,I: l ., h ,they saki, w e,,,r t, 1 rt 't ,, i ofA
wannee contnty will have good ,cit\ No.la No tat ,a c ,. n:I, two, l:EiAlihmeni who l1.l t.lit h>el.
Il and Live Oak paved streetS. a,,ain : r tl i r. Key,', i tr in ,' the. hated can 1.
n they will surely get the people to :g t m, all i, vvi' t, Trai;tian had it that ril or, to \'X l
them .!l: \ ,a :n If lf f i-' T'1!,. c s:tirlth i hatmd bt en : t l there
e Improvement Club of Fort 14 '.t i'l i n:~ L' nd tlh:lt as a pun ,i ,,: t. wh 'v.r .)
ree will have an entertainment and g '. oa e. mr I n t .. ilh'lt ill thei t buttW f "tt s 'I lx In the
.ri rning with theb< ren.' I :.I ILn (lhe for ft-
hanksgiving dinner in their new i,, ot 1 4 tk. err S 'hilba .' I, .. ter, wag
house. Innrac1 K Il )t *,h- l u e rir lba h, I ..r, *t
ob house. 1,r. Ks:i : T, 'A 0,: h .tA ,' it nlot to t' ldeterrnAl by .11 y 11 li r.
he whooping cough and mumpe are lti,, ia. ( to ilhe call iit S alout tx'III'tT t
tting in their world at Quiney and it ". ,: t" wk, he ', t nt retire d torh li lit in ti'
said they are "whooping it up" on 1:, :I. :I1 n, t otitel lils turchl wlm i: r'. Wew
..a.1 f 11 L G H \\ , t> minute> andu all wa. .4'! 1r ,i. W e
early every corner. , ; ,- :.,, r l* -i. ? ,t j, .1i, il :d aid o attent iI t 'I., story of
Dade City has one citizen who has on .e r l l-ct :,, lo ~za. th t- ittivet, but as Hl iar "Il.li,i.lh did
decided what offlee he will run for, en a, li 8 c a t)r. l I, ; K nvo,, n' i, a ., noat nl4wer the bugle c :1 fr, l breaitkfati t
though he Is qualified for any within *o thtn 'th:itir 'wih Mis-. -c"W, \\, s the Indianlla were ordt'Ihrl to .sumul.um I
e gift of the people. en, ;hi.e 5 yeari\I. ,.I'..t. r ao NIf Mrs. hlnti It was otnly u ,ler thlr,.:its that
L. J. Carm obsel of Benton Harbor. Nrt';., r-,n .as. i, ,A .I, te" vi;-ut'"hl, but"e scare '""iley "e." TIE I
ioh., was killed on Monday by the ac- t.e young girl, and he thal ht. n ,Ite I frightful s hrenams, l 11d t.'\t mint
ental discharge of his gun while in l ; t i;e. oat ortin t r g itr )out it utei th l le were ru, ,.ait, villly tt- iii
e woods near Ocala. i, 'ht. lie iu:ihrai.Ied Mrs. \W. ton for wiar um, shouting It i roktlen Saitnilh
The DeSoto eQunty teachers will 't ting him go .Ith t, girl to th, aand Indian: i)I n t ru uitgra, lit
tin Areadito Friday, December let. 'hi aler bwhen sh bed allot .1 Dr. Kn niz iiilira! II senor Is ,.t."' \V' We all
L" isn Alltdi Friday, December ois, yon was a married aan. and an Intl ran to the hut. and to n horror there
t4 tell all they know about teacbnin mate friend of the family, and that lay the young man ra,.i.e' 1 in his
. The St. Lucie Odd Fellows will at. to go with him, It would be wrong for nlg the small black ,r.,-x u ti the left
oiacd church on Sunday. December her to go with young men. side of the neck.-Ex, hi.l 1,Z..
Uth. and hear a special sermon by Rev. S
2. E. Woodson of the Baptist church. Man's Unreasonableness Seaboart Parlor Cars.
The flower garden of Rev. J. B. LT le often as great st woman's. But The Seaboard Air Line or-aatBee buf. Sea Island
fat p rlor ears between aVtldo and
41 Live Oak wao roioed by r.mblinl Thos. 8. Austin, manager of The Re. Tampo train leave it Waldo that
*oes ruaning at largeon Frickly night. publican of Leavenoworth, Ind.. was eonoeo t with the morning train from
the el#, should be made to pay dam. not unreaonable, when he refused to OGalnevillle. Manufatu
41". allow the doctors to operate on hits Mauact
The pineapple growers on the East wife for female trouble. "Instead," he L a I
oaesthave been shipping froit to the says. "we ooneloded to try Electrie GAINE8V
North hat is remarkably flne., ome of Bitters. My wife was then so siek she JLwli i & Co ANESV
the Smooth Cayenaes weighing 10 oould hardly leave her bed, and five (6) S. uoeomsorsT.J .MlaeAto -
plmde eaeh. physielans had failed to relieve her.
Isa fight on the steamer ManatUe, After taking Electric Bitters she was BROKERS.
route from Tampa to St. Pter.- perfectly eured, and aos now perform
Friday, the colored cook was all her household duties." oaran. witeks, (Ce41o, Israls and Provliemas.
by Ibe steward with an ioe teed by all drouggists. Prie 60o. Room 7. Risswoller Building,
He will recover, Senator urteon F Oulty. 112 Wt t ay Street.
ST. thens of Pun Gorda netted A Lou Nov. 28.-Unked States Private Wie te Pri rlpal Mlrket ('-.
aOn are on uaeombers. Now A. Senator J. Ralpa mBurton. oa Kance ter. Phone No. 1171. 8 -Ld.c
of Salem come aIn with fig convicted in the federal circuit oout-
showing a profit of almost 1 000 of anI ilodctau nt charging tMht be Ihereree: rnL II %ANK ANDUTx ) T T IsT
Otu.. JAoehsovle. 'F.I
re on faney iines. agreed to receive and did receive uoe J o _ Ir'l
fifty NMexleoa who were landed penstioo for practicla"g as at4or
aritoo county to work In the phone. y for a corporation before the poet ....
lmines have foaund4he labor too office department, will be called be
aoms and have takes a "tie pas" ftore Judge Vaude eat1r at 10 o'eloc l UUI a Clear
Imara to their own Mexico. tomorrow morning to receive sentence
*er Hawkins, general agent of k ee mu lmum penalty r ie olWih foo14i e rw h4a.r
o acted Froei Comptay, isj to imprtioanemut for two yean and r sll Mar ad e&r fewspir
Eat CosEot towns for the pur. fine of $10o.(0 on a tms of Lb Is 1 b1m1 tl o e-a'.UA S met. e-F
of looklug over the vegetable sit. oount" on which Senator Burtos wu f w* b, *. r L .. tlreh ||bee
II ldaa 11100 m1.en. tfoun guilt y S5nitor B1rtoo'S attor wtrl esI bas t r,.., eLo~ o ibe cu. oa
ead next aeoe a's pro.pects. he powr .wour ttr s* rS
Deys stated nonlgbt that they would It mBle ltb i av b.reed if I -rl
W teott of WJIlnogtoe C. medlate.ly a.k for a new trial it o a ***ee **, 'A UIS T I7*t
t eldr! our ', .,,t" toel kow u>
ted snteldte a o the olmmerll e pre PeessMeola, Friday, by telng veniter wit overiale 'be motlo,. ade to ??^n *r t*"m**i
-oh of IlaOdUam. He was Ien a no,'! of appeal w1.I be l*eJ .TN A rY
m tad S. yrn old. His re. KY-____STO DAKERY,
we re*I to hie bohm. Conference Tritals nded. PhoMe I6. I. T. IteH r. Prep.
IlkTorplna "nwey"oa the F. Newmnan. a.. Nov 2 -Dr. HS. .. .- -...... Vllu
DasllHed, roalig betwewa Mi. nradlev i.-o'r of Trinity eburhi eat A I llAM T o
Jaskeoevlll. Mwas arsed os Aflanta ,." t' .'f eeoberated of th ge ALV uwi Sti
forseaachimg ae1m from a rl e of 1.te ,'y prefarr agalasttlB - OV(
l l the former city coatalaist and Dr W W wse4eworth, pesor o L Warge. ool fr-shedl r1e at es*
E t W100. He owned up t the the Haw& ..hurch rhars, wit Vki w Il. Fr.. mlas II hOe R
morel HeoowA- u was d.lar erd "t as weepiek pr*v*i*s M atee *l to- e
esitamee Valley sseste saas tprnde'e ',y *h' enmmtte, vwle tms daw. W. R. I. Il'11111 Pmp. HI
) suw i* c fretiate ao ripe veettgated h, ad hi S'l-^ -
eellltes sad Stver. A *rl l ol tr C y-ar as reeA rm*de4 to j A OsU'lASC P

_ a - ___ __ W.___ emdero-ne* TI Orr .vof"G of tbo MIUMu
ois fruit has hem b" cii Otip' T"w (4u o-
Jir ~o~, tp is Wow- rat#% Othlwrr t O PhISI MM To aPI P-rrwo 1cm ts- Sv ft tlr v We
this sees". wbft bwill Bet t 3 t h hiefd a ). O .... of.i d. 0 b
** 0 ego"a fm akig setto s Nortvrth.'' G ori Y '~ 'l %s M .b .

femurr. rau t 'E. C1etbdi ~5t)9 '.0rl ~ efr b. ~ UI
wl~ ~bt-f frwit, hut U Cnq'85 *I. ? Muwus
s IWOPLce. ss. M so me sue 'ft e 0 55l 3?t 0105*. 5I 'u = D M uto w R
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oawe 00a W a m out anKiftUnW a I yt&IIteei-a 'of vwir se An
"IMtbhem- q & S Fiei. 34-At aLetm 16IU 00- mm'
PGOINIM all 60 lpam "fit. a F cRr cl~t1 a
The f~mt 6lmeh. w.he Wit941ktwamto___
r S r, -~ i cr 6, rg rt he". e a. of
wWfkw heI ver MI.let WW beil had blood batwe L map
of the IDIOM Mer hobyl tao IMPO Se 13I fntInt I yam ThO FORM
Sam VON to tn "IF r JYLIC1~h~d1 0

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gpmo bm gq&@W @@mop, Oft W eserwedw, sbel wo. Ww, own W

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Vt idylo wilitO t and il
will roo-o I..' III '4adIP careful aittenrtion.



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H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.,



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IslaLcLd Cottoxn.

Cotton Seed, BIgging and Twine. Walrud
Leather in 8tripl or Bides.

irers of the James Doigl Improved Englsh
land Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.

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OrLder to

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meal the Nowm andti lhwtJ governing

idles nnde*rlying caulmlJs of Market
Pviewp, analyzei i n(I (-ritic ie ailroad
Industrial repopm-l4.
on vmploIJItE tp tabltc of Earniup of
jotto -m-1 ltim.I illutiive Stockm wid

9cordet thfii La-t '4&i, of Bond*. and the
Ion Invet rint11t4 Lt the price.
wer.s, withoast charge, in'juiric con-
ing Invemtr.'tt.
ow *he "IF reHa tUe T WALU olSli
1sa3 toWhetter"WowH i kuS meMaw
"041 804 preutmhl a mtoSolon heetbw kma
etb thaa a.. wha do" Pset

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Z ny Ready to Retire. Speech and R Duel.
w York, Nov. W8.---4we World to. lie nud her father were great friend., TAMPA, FLA
ay says: As only four persons figure in this T A, F
R4chard MoOurdy, president of the story it Is ulnn lessary to mention effective M
Iutatal uLfe Insurance company,. has names. He had a rival for her affec-. Ee
frflened. '- Me time when his resig- tons, and her father could never under- LOW1 RAT ES 2Testbaleralr Easat4e.4 e. ..20
S Ution take effect depends only on the stand why she preferred the rival to
t ae required 4by the trustees to find him. One day when he sat on the porch VIA Lv Jacksonville...So. Ry 9 10a 7 5
his uecessor. chatting with her father she called him Lv BJnup .......o. Hy 1 20 12 164
Qouekly following the retirement of into the parlor and told him frankly ATL ITIC CP T II tE Ar Oolumbia.. ..So. By 86 p 600B
Fi Iwldent McCurdy, his son, Robert H. that she had promised to marry his a U S LI Ar Charlotite ...... o. Ry 1026p 986
rival. He did not plead or beg. He Ar Oreeasboro....8do. Ry 1 18 12 61p
klsled her hand with a sort of rever- Ar Danville......S. .j 2213 2 10p
Snce and then returned to his seat on GAINESVILLE Ar mo ....So. Ry 68a 642p
the porch and renewed the convera- Ar Lymhborg ....8o. Ry 4
tlon with her father. In those few mo TO A M PA 7f Ar 0arlotteville 8o. Ry 6ita 1

changed for him. The sun did not Ar WBt r'del'.a P. R R. 15p 28pa
Shine as brightly; the birds did not Ar New York....P. R.. 4 18p 6 80
sing as they did before. Even the gras Tiekets on sale November 13, 15, 17,
and trees seemed sear and dead. HeI a, 2224, 27 and 29. 1906. Final limit 4o. 84-"New York and Florida Ex
bad expected what he had just heard, of tiaken December 1. 1905.res.s" Daily Pullman Drawing Room
but that did not seem to abate the For full Information regardingg the ilping Cr PortTampa and Jacson-
a 0rills to Now York.
shock. He was distract and moody. above orother-rates call on At antic e o ew .
Her father saw this and asked him the Coast Line agents or write No. 80-"Washinton and Florida
cause. He blurted out the whole miser- FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, LiRoomd." Daily r JaPe solDrawing
able truth. Her father continued to District Passenger Agent, New York.
polish his glasses carefully and then Jacksonville, Fla.
Said: hr h ' The La d erthe Sky" No. SO
'"Wimmen folks is mighty onsartln
critters." Her father said nothing d% i% V(Lvy Jacksonville, Fla. ...So. Ry 755p
more, but nothing would change her Lv Savannah, Ga ..... 8o. Ry 121 a
mind. Gradually It came to be gener- S Ar Solumbia, S ^ "" C So. Ry 6200
M issj Tebeauu *J Ar Asheville, N. C .......80. Ry I 50p
'n "Illy known that he had been rejected Ar Hot Springs, N. ..So. Ry 2 87p
.J and that his rival was the fortunate B rd Ar Knoxoille, Tnn.. ..o. Ry OOp
Swooer. They, he and his rival, were Boading and Ar Louisville...........So. Ry 68560
SIMCHARD MoCURDY. alumni of the same college. He was I ArSt. Louis...... So. Rj 4 5p
down for a speech at the alumni din- Dav School Arincinnati ... .. Q 8 1a
SOurd4y, general manager of the Mu. ner. A month before he had attended
S tal, and his son.in-law, louis A. The. her wedding. No one ever heard him o. 00 West Main St.. S.. No. 80-Dily Pullman Drawing
baud, the general agent for Nw York, complain, though all knew how he suf- AINESVILL. - FLORIDA Room and ufet Sleeping Car between
have re lIned. feared. He was looked upon as the ora. J o ll d Cncnna
SA tentaUve offer to bead the oompa- tor of his class, and a great speech was 81st Seswie Opened
S y was made to James B. Port, preeil expected. When he arose a sinister September 18th, 1906
deat of tie PIrst National bank of Chi- glitter could be seen in his eye. He be-* ARRIVAL AT
acago, who once was an Bquitable dl- gan to spe't lowly. He took as his Fom Nw Yor, W inon, e.-
S rector. His bank is one of the lead- text "Acquli Tastes." He spoke at m Nw Y Washngton,0 a.
Sag financial Institutions of the middle length. Final hbe said: pm New York, Washington, etc.-
wet. Frt declined to acct I calle o a dear friend some pre."Y 8:20W m.
the offer. me ago wlo had just had a daughter iss o ton, From Cincinnati. Asheville, ete.-N
a__ rrled. lie felt his loss very keenly. ited," 9:00 a. m.
RLMOVED *Y ROOSEVELT. tried to console him, telling him that From Chicago, Oncinnnati. Atlanta,
S____while e Lhe s lost a daughter he had Gainesville Circulating J. c. LUSl, District Paseager Agen
AOsstant United States Treasurer VIe. gan~lt sou. lie said slowly to me: S. H. HARnwicK.P. T. M. W.H.TATL
ytant Und M Tr will come to like hilm .Library..,
lated Civil Service Laws. after ahbllh.-like I do my clgar-but .
Washington, Nov. 28.-Prsident the irt few puffs are making ue
Roosevelt tOlay removed from office mighty sck.'" Only the Latest Povular Fictlon. ori a l ast
S William 8. lItib, assistant United It wa. li Kentucky. Not a word
States treiaitur at 1'hiladeLphIa for wias wll th->, lbut .l1iit as the nun SPECIAL SUMMER TERMS. 10c
S constantt tand persistent violation of IHeelMdI over the hills tlhe. ext Iday two ter week, allowing three changes dur- LOal Time Card No. 6
the civil service law while In office." dark forin~ were fse e sillhouett'l ain the week. Books must not be kept
In a formal statement issued at the igiinuht the Lsky. There were two outoverone week without renewing.
S 'White Houae today by President tl:1hle,, a 'couliltid, bsulxlued report- ..OUI-- OUiD--iLDO DOWN
oosevelt. Mr. Lltb's removal is an. ntl ,a1is flell, i'vc'r to rise atgaitn. It
-(Sa 9 Nol~e. SQ1 STAT
bounced. The president gave Mr., i'. .. Dal y Daily,
lb a hearing last Pfriday at the re- G. Burhans Testifias After Four -) oT Hn. C K H ........... ..
S quest of senators Penrose and KnoxU Year. IL lVI: M .......... .I J
I ear 'S 1 ) . I" ............... t. A ;.
of Penneylvania. Mr. IUab submit- l ,A .1 i.......A... H
S ted a long statm.nt In answer to the (u. I. Huraras of ('arlisle Center, N. GL'LF HAMMOCK, FLA. 7 10 o .... .,
oharges mante against him, nd wa. Y., writes: "About four years ago I p u, 1 r.
S upported In his deft.nne by RnIlerm h wrote you stating that I had been en. .3s ii"i .r .... .%..
tative Patterson of Pennsylvania. At tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble Paradise for Hunting and Fishing 2 ol p a "L.
ter carrefl r til.lc rtlon o ,f all th, by taking less tIau two bottles of Fo. 3 I. 2 :4 1 .l. Ii.
t Jftsl devel(pf-t ty th' Iinqryv. the press ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped Ths hotel i ulder new manaement ad I . .................. ,
Ident 4erlcdst to retnov,. Mr IJrh from l ihe brick dust sediment, and pain and will otenOetotwr l t. for the winter. Best .. .......
acommodatlions. Ilne bunting.tacludlo deerdor 9
office, II hoIns twhown n~ecordiinK to the 'ymptonsl of kidney disease disHp- t urkey amd satmll ime. xoellent aihlsn iu nsI d I': 'I I' Ar ..
Stati(nme.t th at (here was o',titant at I parede. I am glad to say that I hare borst for acsommodatlon of Cues a. Guides t Ar_.........
for buntlny snd tthinr parties. 1 drel", *a41 I' .14 ............... V..Iikt,,l
conpiintrnt effort on yvior (Mr Ilrb's) ever had a return of any of those por rate, and socommodatns address i a t ............. o .
pamr to evade, the provlisins (of the eri symptoms during the four years that MRS L.O'LA THOMAS. Propi vereW. s 9-- Lv .........-N.. -.
II o(r\t-('i liw, t ,)IImIMrT Its w orkilnrs, have lap id and I am evidoitly cured u pur HAuoUC. Lav Coo. IrsA le p St S ..............
as far as pom-llile. und to troi!,rtct In to stay cured, and heartily recommend -- g n.........I r ............ .
,very way thlc 'ion of th'e '(intimiin Fle y's Kidney Cure to anyone suffer-. *t...........
hl."n." The ipreldent decla~ite that init from kidney or bladder trouble." (H, 1 ....AM,? P ""

tl)', evletnoe showed fraud In the civil J W. MeCollom & Co.
srvitc- e,\iitlnatlmswi, the fru I one --------
Inr-tance Indplicating Mr. I['ihte Alster w aurprr'r Ffollage.

Women Aid In Keeping 'Lid On."
(161e;wo~, No%- 2'4 4 -A.it&IMat'b11)the,
lm i1 1 t a!Itfnmit It I(IIan itI%) Its, Ind .
ml, v 117 % l *t o ttoin %% Ilo live's nfat
a A41 ,101c111 In t h so ciY Y l w iae' It ier iA
Ine's i''tl5vtOI ,te~i "ti-te11' lKOICC In
Slet -1wIIIit -Ii t f 1 Oni'i 055 iLA a ro %IIIt .
owitvei, itto"i V% 4-re'i nutie oe t lhvmi
a .'y.'er, flor itie'1il s oi 'e )f.c liqwbcr. lit'

taaltae .f fi4ve'i 'V il k#i f oa r111t*, 1.1ia lloti
II I rv 'fl`44 'III l.Aloon %a afcnld ala &
insg s'l ie-ix .1 1 I 'll %v 1hrlriau oul

urid t ,01flop ill I I, Atv, ItI ;k rt I it,
th 1 1 1,4 til

Boston Bank Fseis

clK1 'Pu.. .lt'c','*'. ~virsi~ at \,'.
lfit i g'-Al eI '1 1 ole It

IAll 11 I& W -11 o`111111111 'Cl- Aw !
in joi -'I 'cia t~'tO-i'aftir v'ituo 'I' r tii
(.ffom-s 'Si e'~tfita I" 4' J''
ulf ell% to"!iit au'q-e, 4441 .O
taolss. YtI 10 11. 9 1 11,114-C1,164WIAl' A ttiY01

S tWM b) tC." I v v- A": I- ,
WMt s w4a' Mc 'tie, A vlt t.'sr \ : .
&J baan! d 16t 'in lu*, I It.-,

Now wlabe U aevind.
lAbd lady --That e h'rde'r Ih
etbemr tmaliv d 4w a widower iien
r Wb,, ammme be suys kw r i a
aclwLH wLsa~bdY4j)'t )ON5 be1tV 1
IL Whee be w o L bpock.toLA tv
pay hIs bW he e ~ o ib bbet
to a& I

Nik i .'i~ii.1 a.Ps. olur %% its trivlg un
:~. ~ 11 *.'.. '' II I li, ll l'i'ccl'-it s t r Ackimi'
q'1:-!'t.%. 40I11Y h0" 11141 thellI Igeq'aulllg
'tl i tli ,4 iii II I it- immhs p, I m o'd Mof
%%t I lieut-.uiIi. it sat''rot iii'ej. at
Idi to, Atr hem,ribitilt m-ith #a vo

(Il e W lo ulll %ii-Rik 111111d
tic.' .I: ite a isel ieri'lcvit Iet of tor-
t~i c\ ~te~e~e hi~ yet ssAffe'ttfI by
tilve.-..ri-cii h islts psr6est usetssity-tbet
%ro okor %%,It% w ,ot'.i. kiig ai~btaiifor m4Ciup fa-
miiia tsrviisl.,ri,.eixto.i1 whivihto bringli
lli.'.&,e.the' Ideli to 1111%hie'irsra
Ale I sa It' it' e sKai'I. lualwlat
lilt-~ .,i-vi,.cvii githat re'wnritcl Ilis ef.
firt "it io ;ill vtlM-%l'r %s'to on*3'ttu of
\,mr (PAU lis.. i.'5v,. all ettoC)me14' hy a
11Ti %%-liltis ..iaI mtaslt .11-t 1 eleisg

tie' c11ic k It 1% leeWNia0ltit.' I, l11ir a
pisekeit trio it writer s'im 'n tha tt ick. asnd
30t its,- %%N tor eat iits terlSOvtluto kilo
i u'e. Nfew YivrL 'reiss

saltt a tisttlm.'teIh.
If you will be very c&arul to eat
plisn toal." sakl tir th'iytk-tan. "y
will etd,.y good health "
If I bhav to ent I|lan fotxl." ab-
*wrrred the pkUore. "I may Irve good
lN at I won't etoy It"-Waab-

Tke way of the wor I bt mae
laws. but tdlw cmtnms.-Ma.tas.
A Dlsaesous Calamity.

Itis, a dioasta'om ls oaIt wbom yon
yourc yor ealth. beaele ldIgaIo
at-d e'eastipstm has. sapped It awa.
I'murpi relief am he bMA lI Dr. Kiness
New LfI*SPO WThe U belM id p

dwal eIas i SLame


Decorators and
Paper Hngers.

204 East Main St.. 8., (tinesville. Fli

All kinds of outside and inside woe
promptly and neatly ecutid.

INO a sp ,ally.

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CAKEiS ?'and PIES-.Fut.
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The Florida

Pruit and Trck Grower
i. j. UitEssi, saw amPgtvr,

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t, 108 W. Bay St., Jacksoeerll, Fla.
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NrTLt a4 Wet. N.. 13
Lv JaeLkoaville, Fl .....o. R. 7 45p
L Jesup, Ga. .......... 80. By. 10 30p
Ar Maoo, Gai...........8o. By. 8 O)a
ArAtlantaGa...... ...8o.By. 52)2
ArRome, G ...........80. B. 7 30a
Ar Dalton, Ga.......... o. By. 25a
Ar Chatt&nooga, Tenn. .o. Ry. 9 45a
Ar Lexiangton, Ky ...... Q&. 20p
Ar Oinelinti,0 ........ &O.' 7 40p
Lv Oinlaati, 0..... Bi Four 8jp
Ar Ohblsgo, Ill........Big Four 7 la
Lv Cincinnat, O......Pa LiU s 8 85p
Ar Obhicago, Ill ........ Lies 710a
LvtOiDneonati, ........ & D. 8 45p
Ar Chiao. Ill.............Moon 7 23a
Lv OCicinnnai,.O . H. & D. 9 45p
Ar Toledo, 0. ...O. H. & D. 5 20
Ar Detroit, Mieh.......... P. 7 25a
Lv Oindinnati, 0.......Pa Lims 8 80p
Ar Pittbor, Pa....... Pa Line 5 5a
Lv llnainnati, O.......Big Four 9 3)p
Ar Oleveland, 0......Big Poor 6 4.ia
Lv Lexinaton, Ky....... R8 5 3op
Ar Louisville, Ky.......8o. By. 8 l0p
Ar St. Loois. Mo......So. By. 7 82a
Ar Anniston, Ala......So.. y. 9 40a
Ar Birmingham, Ala... Bo. Ry. 11 45a
Ar Memphis, Ten .......Friso 8 9p
Ar Kansas ty, Mo... ..Frisoo 9 4a
Mem hi, Ten ............. p
Hot spring Ar ............ ... 9
No. 18-"The Florida Limited.'
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
day coaches and Pullman Sleeping
Oan, Ja~ksonville to Oinelnasti.
No. 19-Pollman Drawing Rocm
sleeping Oar between Jacksonville
Birmingham, Mebphis, Kansas City
and Colorado Springs.




A Good Home


At Erinston, Florida, one mi!e from
i-.s:t, nut D.h-f VI A 4-> &--..- .d1

the greatrivers of South A mer- ''tatiu, UU LbIc ~SU. -. "cr, V ,I
to be seeu--what to uimuy good Hammock Land: all learnedd and
sees incredible ttoathtig l I in cultivation. 8 acres in hearing or.
I motion on the rising and ifll-
Yes beautiful green lauds cv. range trees. All good trucking land.
Ith trees and flowers, alive with 11,600 dwelling and other l:oses on
a of birds and tranuge combi- .
of terror stricken aulmUls. the remiss. All going at a lHargain!
ting islands ri generally the re. P R I C E $ 500.00
the overflowing and the wahL- E A S Y, $V Vs
way of river bank. others are -
Sby the twist.-d rootsit of th ig Apply for further particulars to
and matter-trees which year aft-
r bnve drifted slowly down t' 0 LSON & BLANDING
a. forming a solid mass or raft C WHnIDn
which a gradual deposit of vege- 6AINE.1TILLE, FLORIDA.
Sold i formed andl titted for the ..... .
riant growth of plants. Still oth- the farmer was compelled to row lI a
ire forced byi aiuatluicr plants, with bott and front It attend to his daily Ini-
flat leaves, ilke a lily pad, which. i ,, 1 4,i,.tmilnwr and melon ime a mass of solid matter flatd a ng thi most successful crolls. Ni-
the autumn tloodsl down the rivers mnlrou-s lowers and odoriferous plants
evenltuully out into the opeu.s1ea, were also :abundantly grown uland til u~
ere they are soon dashed to pie-es for the houses of the nobility indl for
destroyed. the worship of the gtros.
Aloug the Amazou, Rio de la Phit: l l of thie p(tuliar la dvantt:ges thi
Cllstuin h.ld over the mnore' u, smil nimnt.
tleit tributaries wonderful sights t csto had ertn thea ort ua an
frequenttly seent on the hundreds of ,e desr to remove from at (ls
ting s Iads as they gratefully pass agree.bile nelghborhood to a new matua.
driven by the wlud ind current o00 tion or change to a lotatilon nearer his
itr seaward jourtey, sowetimesl family he could conduct bhl garden
iauring nearly a mile In length. wherever he pleased, and at any time,
bout a hundred feet wite and four to byne of a ll boat or by the us,
feet in thlelknemss. the greater l.r- of oarr.
n of which is under water. Amid
Pon of which la uuder water. Amid lu Ka.shmlr the floating gardens or
e dense foliage the observer will I,. Ihn pKaukmlr the floatng g ardes or.
Islands are spoken of us inug remnairk.
Iod numerous tropical animals Ini ablyI beautiful lu their high state of
ugely mingled comllpaionsh i cultivation. The city of Kalshmir be-
rocodiles, monkeys. storks. wildlcts log d ividd into many isoli ted portions
and snakes-assembled together as one 1 he n narrow treums. the low
famly and regliu one another with lakes and arrow streams, the low
111family and regain one another with ground In very likely to te sudtdeuly
bortllity and mllstrust. Pnrrots nau overflowed. and lIn order to avoid the
squirrelu are frequent passengers, and leOs which such a dt od would prolMably
In thisodd way of traveling. sometime caue the -inhzulants made their gar.
thousands of nille, they find them- dens ( 1 small flontinl islands which
Selves transported to new antd! trange drifted about over the smooth surfaIc
.,ocalltles far from their native homes. of the lakes.
Oreat alarm is sometimes eaued Although the floating gardens of
among the Inhabhltant of the townsis Moxieo were at one time of I gat
and villages along theme rivers by celebrity. covertly with rare tropical
strange and ferocious animals prowl- plants and brilliant with glaly colored
Mg about the streets, having been flowers, yet still more interesting are
washed ashore during the night. One the rural floating islands which are
at the moot remarkable passengers swept award on the great river, of
aboard one of these natural floats was south America by huMorlsl and thou-
a small Indian boy found drifting on gands, large and soull.'nd swarming
an island near Huenos Ayres. How with a menagerie of wild and exettedl
Ia he had been drifting or how be animals. The soologlcal gardens of
happened to be there could not be Buenos Ayre have received an addl
found out. but be had nearly sue- tion of about fifty different pecles of
cumbed from hunger and long expo- tropical anlinals rescued from the
Islands passing down the Rio do la
Floating islands are also the mean Plata.-New York Herald.
Svarliotus ads and rare plants being _____
rried to foreign ,oil thousands of Son Lot Mother.
lIe* distant from their starting place, O
t often only to fade and perish from Consumption runs In our family,
extreme crhauge of climate, and through it I lost my mother,"
Not alone to Iouth American rivers writes E. B. Reid of Harmony. Me.
these "bonmles wanderers." as "For the pass five years, however, on
are sometimes known. comuron. the slightest sign of soough or eold. I
In Africa, on the Kongo. are found have taken Dr. King's New Diseovery
ating sles green with foliage. tril- for Consumptloa, whioh has aved me
ilat with powers and covered with
Sof gorgeoro ero ln troabl.e" Hnis moth.
ed ialg by the wind. msouetmes nluk- her's death was a sad lo1s for Mr. Reid.
lMg from eight. sometimes rising on but he learned that lung trouble moat
I t crest of a wave like a duck In the not be neglleeed. and how to oure is.
wake of a IMat. On the UMllIeppl, are Queikest relief and oure for oaghlb
foutd nouaerous Ilainds that loat. The and eolds. Price 60D and !1 00; aarl.
elletaee of vast forests bordering the antd at all drug stores. Trial boat
bansl account for this l pibomenon, as tles free
the graCual wearing away of the earth .ro iwe.
c se-- isrcton of the mainland to tbe- h',r lilig,. m I well okown. was
coe dIculltnected and to slowly r i. ie bad a
cd down the ri.r, fmlreuetlUy blx k- man e oI. s v wIlty. Iau wi wa
etean of I.,owUh aIsrll whkuh
adiM the channel, so that In many ifte sir-tl lm, s Nlf nt rldl a uf, l,a....,Ire Is lpouible,.
a the Ipanagrt of ie impossible ways. ll.ir:usr the slge of Partsl I
otever kl,w on this i retest 181n a tallult-r of politral a)d IUtery
n river was tea milek In men wrel d.nlla ow erveinl at hit
S.l tryl wile and about t e bought. .mverlto turn, oa
pde. r ..,n and falling with the the horrors of tle ll-. and the men -
.r. ye .verl- with luaurlant r. btrs of thbe I.rt, gave their re.elttie
allay fe.et in v hlt. mi I t omLs* as to te lust ueane of t01 lt
is olhltiruted the rirer that tue I It llct enly 1ilctor Hugo had a
e of I.-u.,lana had to take st(..e to blSprLatLhu kni w botw to do it." he
dipoe tf the rft an1 ope nau ll-. sai. wtllh oh r* vi tlo'to that evry
tios. i b rtliuwlm the space of near. oe wasa llledM w;tb tbe abd e*pct.
lt flour ),ir t-j ,'p.ete. tiC.
tlloetry t,... us that ltlaads made "'Yes." be vntlnaued. tomorroww I.
frw re.l. :,. I. were nout nly Bmo. VkC-I HUo. dreedl to my national
4i aMut ,)> t i wtLad b. t bty Oars, 4ee1t., w.l! gIo ffrth all -ame, II*
wre toe ..*. .., f ,th e-n|l of a d y ad m *i ee the bLet. at the
Los,.au ..';-U dlurltg tin Miltbfdatli sinmy. I shall be killed, and the tae
Uwn li i Ou frgtls.I aIr .U at slr w ill t- ovel:"
etl st..r* of the marretm e *e O-r" for yr.." trMwe (lly baI-
tpe of futles oa c "aetat.et" tnpted ge of< ttLe tragup-.
w.s a5.itiig lMl4eda tC empel t'tr lItnle o^rw tlo -l ag
at gIws r, i. orf case or lb'nwsod. Otympt~m trueis N.%vr acl did the
'T4e c*,,':. .u* e'.ttelg arie oa h pn b aps terup.t mrIsrle r a lavila-
enskro. i..r.- little heard of today. i, n to the Itale t Ip e (.-aipelll r
sY a: .*8.'- tJae famme fmr thr W UIy.

t~- fuindrt#4 --edw of -- -
a -W sIk whbm 64 Oi Sq LOver a Fee t oAwm Iei.
*u : ..u mobw an" r b Tee OnMU Ss. MP11 86r9 m1H7 4
WA* f .1i i J -boo a&way as to m. sims'.a e o
it rF ew. a w rssd.to i fee low a
s one le. (Ide. Lgs.

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Wlederful and Laxurlant Home-
IWanderers of tie South Armer-
l Raier--The Famoas Floatina
a sM of Mexieo.

1215pm ( I'M"a l..exau Mi sd ?minps, MOPS
I,..), Ikr..wrmwmlsl'eS DaY~ Uly00
fkdMlaA lapsrW ~ I~
IMYIpm sar~tt. Ju~hslevth, 5pmI
I Ubbqfus XMP66% Nero rth. ia dW asDeft
KumUe Lle9U, flmu, noommook 124pm H10rCg l pp %. also I 5.1p
9L tUSO@K 4b W &4 I1# Apgbig A lb 4 1 As 14 0 flb lee Wee DFlhW
NMLd tI5b P Mpa rWb$l.P. WWsaaupl mad Ctsu&an
w LDimly

; re Its$11118111111110 sweepers 7 rn
o~r Iwo opeftellfw-t on Dealll glI 00
how Smwso 1.ea. baad
p..se desigprsent"m' to sofeeet. Njeep14",M's pasI"PAD

p I a kn~ m o a s is a l s A C oL "le e L al"a (9
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"AS dowugof e J. A. OOdW N AP O. A-. UWMWssyNb

OZO. E. HBRM MG9 "r, ,4F. AIW. D. UARE M9.twAs*3
1~chr.1.Ar L. hIr 3. U ge p
M -& ^S o && 1 6LWNoaA -01. own
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A Danlabi Diner Custoa.
A pretty tale oheervt,,n ill L-aulsh C & )
tfa iliei is for ctitllrivn, .. lit I oulh. .
who cau scarcely tuddlE., t, r ..V Air Line to a 'ga
after dinner to salute H r prnts Air Line Ra y
and siy. ""Tak for ul.i' 'li:tik4. for
the lmeal,. EveU visitors -ikO hniuds ... 4FOR ....
with their hoot and hi' t: anl go
througli the, twe forlil,, :,, ,I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
DI Mau f ullltes that hohl to traditionl
the saue icstom prt",i% l \\ liwin the
Sevenig uivul is euoned ptnlw. irr-.v ,tatie Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
up around the table. iii',1 e',lih -bakes .. aPhil-
hands with the neighlor. -t\nl. "-Ge- I rl n gtoatiore, ia-
e 'gnete nmihlaelt" (bi-' i thet food).
This is a rellc of tho-. 'it'rT times delphia New York.
when food was the elu i\ d leail,. the
thing thatt came as a I'tr- nwil coimpl.l- ', El nt Tra Dail
ment from the Delty. 'Il.wr i, nu ho o r T ains Daily.
of that custom among tie* -tnudents of
Leipxit'. whose lnUnuiat tl{\ng at
,hs a, i.tSeaboard Express.
all tlwies of the day IV -nillY Mahi.
ztclt" An Euglish wri tr a.-;i : 'Stl-
dom do I rise from tl without Seaboard ail
the.passitgl flash of a r.,'nlmlrinlrtl su. ad
tence: 'Tbtak you, panp, .: l Imniua.m -
ory nle, tlaner. II, My it MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Worm Destroyer. l Lin
White's Cream Vermifuoe not only
kills worms, but remove, the. mucous Diily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Now Orlesas
and slime in whieh th v build their
ness ; it bring., and qul'ky, a healthy For fall informatation aid eleper reservatiinr ,all t, m, v g nt e. l ol e ard or
condition of the body. where worms write A. MlD N .I., t T'ON, Ja,,
cannot exist. Sold by \V. I. Johnson. Ais,. generall Pariniger Age. t. Pham ngr .iAg ent.
- - TACKSON 1vi'.I FI ,RI\ .

DR. I'VERE B. .%lMt1:llS,
.... DENT I 'LT....

Offee over Marous ad Ia e ::i 1 rsng

And Solicitor In Equity
Real Estate, Ooveyyancing and eGra OT AILISH W
erl Practice. All buminers promptllI t10: 1 VKN
attended to. Ofme nexti door to Sun Jacksonvill and New York,
office. GA I II Is FLO IDAw
O -- Callingat C lARLE sFoN8,. C.., both ways.
FERDINAND BAYIY-t. The Fistlet 8t1Mnais m la the Coltwise eItries
ATTORNEY Al IAW The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
OA NlalvLL, aIndooI,-
Direet servicee Between JACKSONVILLE, BOITON and
an ell or sy roper. (im. PROVIDENCK and All Eastorn Points,
prove an your i ety propeIrt, hat. Calling at Charleston both ways.
proved lnd ania roved), phosphae.
trueoklI and farm lng lands. Bead him BB EMI-W E :lK LY SLT SA ILIB
a list of what yo offer forsale. 21420 Bouhboad..... ....... ............. From Lewis' Wharf, Baeso
SNorthbound.................. From Foot of C therine as., Jaebkovlle
\f. E. BAKER.
A. o.B., w, Clvde St. Johns River Lie
THetween JALKnuoN4VLLr k and BANProuN
.. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,. Stopping as Palatha. Astor, I Frasmel, Bermtford (DeLand), anrd lalermadi
--Landings on 81. Johns River; oommealeng Wednesday, November 16, 10o.
Oe in toEdel Block. "CITY JACK ONVILLE" and 'FRED'K DeBARY"
----- Are appointed to ,sil as follows, Leave Jeekensville, daily esep IS fler
R. H. ALRMANdays. at 8: p. m. Returning, lIeave an ford, damly esoiept S1'ldas,. a(si0 a. m.

DE NTIB 1', L*tve p* Ul..d. J.tCHovle. .. .Arrive 5 a
D . a r --JakonvlleA
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I o0 am .A. . s .A o .... .... ... I
Over De Os Co Ha n. OaJrs 00' 4 4: . 1. FrIe... gm
....re oord DeLaAd) . I 00 pI
-- ArrVio l Am .. .... .. .... l. aa rdl ........... sag
10. 00som _: .. ..... .... E .arr e .... .... 100
DIL 0U D R. Ti l ,ON,
DItN7IST. IF. 41oO .J.Mw.A. o j jA2ss. tA. wo7IVn JtIesd.,
w. O. J.mer IP,-els (,r (, v. .o
OS@_ Is Mi..,, ,' INeelAeW !LRLsI.t
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T w,,T,,. I Take The Atlantic Coast Line
uie beer, bat, b I ed dnCL. Da's v ,,~ 0 e 1

Fil emi -smet m j)eI No li i n.. so.t .

L i *I B Rapid Tranait and L'naurp~a d Berrlce
b.llelt* Table an .h, Aprl *1, I 1110.
WDeprt Fee (
lNshlilln R R. iglh 1'r.pg sad latre. *:s10
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Matter of Genral Interest Gath.
ered by Our Reporten.


What Has Happenedand What la Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
SS That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Cane Juice for sale. J. N. Bone.
Sun Industrial Edition 10 cents a
Western meat at Fagan's market-
any out.
Cream puffs and citron cake. Key-
stowe Bakery.
Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to
J. R. Emerson.
I You will find a good line of freiih
meats at Fagan's market.
Order your (hristmas fruit cakes
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
C. ch. ardfer returned yesterday
: from a business trip to Alaehua.
T. J. MRae of llawthorn was anmorig
t (he business visitor to thisl city yes-
E. W. Milllcan and \W A Meltn-
na of Waldo were among the vioitfrs
to (aineville yesterday
We do not defy conipetiti mn but in-
vite inspection and guarantee pstock
and prices. W R. Thomas
For i1ent-Kilht-roonm house near
square; hot and cold water bath and
toilet in house. Marnas Endel.

Furnished room
joining square.
preferred Apply

to rent oa block ad-
(eantleman tenant
at Sun ofee.

Dr. E It Howell, a prominent phy.
sleian of Newterry. was among the
West l'0d folks who favored the eoun-
ty capital with a visit yesterday.
If you have property and want to sell
it. *rr Orr A Slteenrtir. If yna want
to buy, it would pay you to set them
also, as they have sotise desirable sites.
Mrs J 1' I.yoh and fleer of Jack-
sotville. after a tbrlef v*itt it ;ainee-
vwille, returned to their hnnime yesterr-
day Mr. I ynch is rlitaled in the unaa-
ufacturr of lumitwr at Fairbank.s
Eustis J ShrMfle tl J lTorrry and
J W Blanding have retirn.ed from
Tampa. hero they have been taking
in" the sights if the great S:atl Fair
They were well leased with thei-r visit
Warranty deed and mortal tlisnks
for sale at th;i (imes, the form ',ord in
A!slehui county whioh saves iumoney i
reeCrding *2 Vper hundred or Nke ler
doeen biy nail ('ash must aeeomnipany
Oder. dawti

Cane juice for sale. J. L. Crawford.
Hon. H. IH. McCreary went to Jack-
sonville on business yesterday.
Hard wo(d for sale in oar lots. J.
li Holly, Arredondo, Fla. d9t
Dr. J. D. Watkins of Mleanopy was a
business visitor to this city yesterday.
J. W. Nash, a progressive farmer of
thiI Judson section, was trading in the
city yesterday.
Anyone having city or country prop-
erty for sale may apply to Orr& Steen-
burg, Gainesville, Fla.
For lIent-Two furnished flats, one
of four rooms and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 40~ West Main street.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of-
flee, he Iper dozen. $3 per hundred.
Cash most accompany order. dawtf
Mrs M. T. Smith of Mclntosh has re-
turtietd to her home, after a pleasant
visit to her sister, Mrs. J. S. Bodiford.
Jot)elph A. Mills of Morriston was in
tlhe ciy yesterday on business con-
tiitedn with the United States land
oIflls V
M F. NM'Cook iha returned to Jack-
snvill', after several days spent with
his mother, Mrs. W. P'. (arrett, in
this city.
(. 'r. T',rtir and son, Otis, are in the
city from Trrenton. Mr. (tis ls a
farmer and rtocknmn. a nd has been
qlirte I Curr*ful in the latter.
Max Krauss left yesterday for Mica-
nipy in the interest of Weil A Co
wholesale shoes, Savannah. whom he
hlt represented for many years
.foseph E Harrison and J. L. Math-
vw, of Trenton were in the city yester-
day The latter left on the noon train
for a visit to the State Fair at Tampa.
iet a bottle of Blue Ribbon lemon
or vanilla extract and give your
Thanksgtriing desserts the -Jamous
l4lue Hibbt)n Flavor. Absolutely pure
aidl highly conuentrated.,-
\' have oni sale a carload of males
st.d a carload of horses. We guaran-
tee u ir stock anid refund purchase
price any time within ten days if same
is not satisfactoryy W' R. Thumas.
RHv \V Way left on the after-
noon train yesterday for his home in
Dilton. GLa lie sad that he had been
kept busy calling on friends while here,
but still did not have time to see all
I thie whom he wishedto viit.

.la n It a T N J n etled d.' l

Dr E W. Hall. St Lou.s MIo.: Pear
Ibjetor--h Is with pleasure that I rre.
olumend your Tezas Wouder for kid-
niey and bladder troubles. as my wife
and myself have both used it aad ex.
prlil*ried wonderful relief from its
ti> Cas W. RlBal


Reommber You can work a kvurtr Ou e amail bottle uf the Te9as WorW
SMUlbtk'ughtI '!W. R Thomas 100dert,. HSUUVOS l weevry, u ma Sll
4aW&"re turt t, 1, II.jItk krrrvy kidney and blamide tuIeshle. removes
ofat%.1Oyour m Ony b&,'k if ot lsat- gravel ounS dlbetes. seMIaSIr i*-
". be% wa do olt def y coupptiot, asoa s. weak and lame beeM. rheumta-
W. R.Thea turm ad alIiabtmwautiesort of he hd-
Dr. IR. Aududo of Jacksaville tbe.- 1eys and "d 6 tabehe meO and
terlo4logle of th %eMte Board ,, umes n a t bkddor emables is
Health,aOed ofe %b the mlat dw d1 abhidi. lmosmd by yor dnsaget,
known pble~Ii tho e 6was it. ill be ~ a# SW ans *PSWV o $I.
i Po smal I b e a two m ewew tsu I
ebeelsOak"'lub@$IneseMoea etad 0-4 SW 9WOtaA 00w0404W4a
Dr Hod#"s is the @mats o e& Of t a e. *,Dr. V. a&IL ease ig.
rW. r. 0. b M .SLLaub. me.
SuedI 1w inmrk to W.
otuu m msW'SIUS 0O- WAwn gI NoUea ft&









I Holiday Shopping

w= I

Deputy hriffl J. W. McCann of La-
Cross was in the city yaterday. Re
brought. t re head of moles against
which sritstehment has been "aered
in favor of H. O. Parker, the merchant
of La0rose.
The teachers and ttIr friends are
going to Tampa via the old reliable
Seaboard. Tickets on sale November
29, good returning to and including
December 1. Only 4 76 for the round
trip-and you reaah Tamps before
Among the visitors to this city is H.
0. Oato. formerly county collector, but
now reilding in High Springs. Mr.
Cato has been in ill health for the past
year, but friends will he gratified to
learn that his condition has very moch
The regular weekly meeting of
Oaineeville Lodge No. 900, B. B. 0. E.,
will be held in the Masonio hall this
evening, beginnlog at 7:80. There will
be work. A full attendance sl desir-
ed, and visiting Elks will receive a fra-
ternal welcome.
For Sale Oheap-Small brick making
plant, comprising one Nagel engine
and boiler, 80 borne-power Henry Mar-
tin letter "A" brick press, pug mill,
sander, elevator, hand press, saftiug.
etc., all under cover and been very lit-
tle used. J. M. Dickinson, Narcoossee,
A partition has been installed in the
store occupied by the University Gro-
eery, corner West Main and Liberty
streets, which divides the place ioto
two stores. The front will be oceopied
by W. P. Moseley, while M. T. Hart-
man will continue his boainess in
the room facing West Main street.
On account of the State convention
of teachers, which will be held in
Tampa, the Seaboard Air Line offers a
rate of only $4.75, round-trip. Tickets
on sale November 29th only, good re-
turning to and including December 1.
Remember, the "Old Reliable" Sea.
board will oust you in Tampa before
dark. Train leaves Gainesville 7:86
a. m.
The members and friends of the Sec-
ond Advent Church gave the new pas-
tor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Strout,
a genuine pound surprise at the home
of 0. B. Bailey in North Gainesville
Monday evening. A jolly good time
was had, consisting of music, recilta-
tions, etc., and the pastor and wife
were remembered with many house-
hold necessities. Such gatherings make
a lasting impression and the recipients
are grateful to their friends.




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Famous Continental ('edar Key Oysters. Drip C(ofee. Western Nrats.
vie raexcelled. Opes Early and Late.

F W. Sherman of Starke. proprietor
of the Commereial Hotel at that
place, is registered at the Brown
Joe T. Brown of Tampa is at the
Brown House. Mr. Brown was virtu-
ally reared in Oainesville, having spent
his boyhood days here, and old assoeS.
atea were glad to welcome him again.
He now holds a responsible traveling

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so saaf a.t af Sarve tob P ale&" ows-
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Alachua Pool Parlors,
C. lres, X rerte.

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