Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01038
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.XXII, NO. 253


According to an Eminent Physiclan's
*H 1TECNS RU IA PaNer Reed Sefere Convention.
THREATENS U IA New York. Nov. 29.-Consumption is
curable, according to Commlnl sionur
'Darlin ton, who spoke at the opening
hands Are Made That Men of the American Tuberculosis ehrbbi-
SG tlon last nlght. "The first thing."
Be Given Work. said Mr. Darlinton. "to do tn combat-
In-l tuberculosis. Is to educate. Con-
N THE VEROE OF STARVATION UImption Is curable. Of the cases wilchb
Swe have taken In the last stagRa, 8
erkmen nok to Compel rmployerl' per cent have died and 60 per cent
I were able to return to work. Of school
ReiMtate Their Former Employe children examined. 48 per cent have
t n Advanced Wage-tituation Un. nothing the matter with them and many
ngedat Sebastopol. I are open to consumption. The board
Sof health Is trying to persuaJe the
Petereburg, Nov. 29.-The work people not to buy patent medicine. It
's council threatens the country Is no good. People just in such
another general strike to cope! medicines until It is to" late to save
employers of St. Petersburg whc tIem. Patent medicines are largely
out about 70,000 men yester alcohol stimulants. The use of alco:lol
to reopen their doors. ll death In tuberculosis. If people
e men had refused to return tc wouli leave alcohol alone they would
under the old conditions. The greatly decrease the rate of teath
a have been dispatched to cit amnng consumptives.
the Interior to ascertain whether "Only four things are necessary In
will support the movement. Jhe treatment of this disease--un-
ttltiUon to causing many work light, freih air, good food and rest."
here to turn against the agitators Statistlcs, pictures and rnioiels from
ring the last strike actual s ar a;l parts of the country are includnoJ
Prevailed. The men had neither in the exhibition, which will be con-
aey to buy food or bury the dead. tIinid until IMDcemtb 9th.
There were cases of workmen re --- ---
ilning naked In bed at home haviu.s UNITED MINE WORKERS MEET.
iwned every atltoh of clothing to re
We hunger of their famillei and them The Adjustment of Wage Scale Will
Iree. I Come Before Body.
A li i E,1n..l [ Il '"9 'Th\. .-

SItuaton at Sebastopol.
Sebastopol. Nov. 29.---hbe time-limit
wed the mutinous sailors to sur
Ider expires today. The command of
be cruisers Otehakoff. whose crew mui
hiled, has been asanmed by l tletutn
at Sehedt who was dismn!Psd from
he-servie on account of his revolu
lonary tendencies
'The town counclba has ked for hel;:
i save the city.

i. n ianlllu )iist. I lna.. N 'ovi. .,' a-- n ;.
tional cxucutive lboarid of ite i'nIteil
Mine W\orkers of America conlip)sod of
representatives of 2" dillt'icts of thte
Unltcd States, iB In strsionn at the head.
quiartere of the orrgnizatlon in this
city. The hoard (an called to older
todayy by President Jo.In Mitchell. Ar
ranoaxgn nts will I e imal efor the crim.
Ino uationa; convintiou of the ruini.
Tue nmost Imporlnnt matter to come

ftet of Jap.Raian W.ar. before the convention will be the ad
w ffshl(. oNov.29-I, WIa.. lttustment of Ite wage scale which At4
Washint on. Nov. 29.-1- Ia b!eved f a I ( r
diplomtie etrrlen here t;at the re tat r
out te country.
war between Japan and Russia
war btween Japanand l .gDiscussighils matter today Secre.
ad no little to do with the recent Discuasrie Itulr maltrr today Seeth
de of the sultan towards the ER tar urr W on state
n powerA. It Is a well known there was no foundation for the state
mient sent ott fono Pl'itIttrg and at-
that Turkry hai watched the warl !1 to s res tit i irhv:Il that any
S the groAte's Interest. Japan ani al ..n .. s u, he ,,a. etlan I.

are no itrangeri to eac.i oth-r.1
recent years the twoe over.cigri.
exrchanqgd present, and 0 xpro
of good will. The Tiur'nish new n
)rs and the Turkihb public opinion
Pred the Japanese cause from th'
aintg. Naval authorities here ex
the opinion that the Turks
ae been trained fairly well hy
a and Prnch officers, can d'*
the entrance to the sea of MIr
with a good hope of access

WaMts a Shipping Monpoly.
w York. Nov. 2.--A cable die
to the Ho rald from erlil says

ie a metngb has been ar
ia Beriln between Herrr Ral.in
sanaging director of the Hamburg
a line. and Dr Weigand. man
bimecor to the North gOaa
and sver!a other oflcials of
lee. when the matters now
lt ill be discusaed The pot
rla here that Herr Ba:lin has
to r~otat tae wvm'*d' mo
I Tenruan shlpplag. similar t
lIer's position lI the pS
market It It portpoe4 that
agreement at the me= la
will be referred to arbltra

[mmmuaI lead, KJr.. DiSL
o is --arba~l ied
hiMonday Mr.Field.who woo
a m of Marsal r%14,ldbo me
olf this ctty. Was StdL
as the aftorsoos of Woo%"
.r2. HeK. W" esa las a
vlewIr wbrft be 4 porerse
iU was jlncwrgsd- '7%. hssu 1
mi sies asiIs mi~ the e
to &A* riebt am*. perforatift The

tee Iy usweraIr ue'a 1lY

-. NoT *)-Aun* m0rw rfp
)3vsa of ewgsalei laoU AW mad
~Uf before t pw1am" I
loty69 ars-i 104 dthe .wrgo-t,1
Qm'1W Is mppurat otbW rJo
OW tMe SesII.sof 8Mbo.,40
- 6I owML, olJ

- & *o1 t)4. aion Ite a' @- i', I, prose nt
mo ir' %wti~tfl ro 'In otat tilv
1! 4. c. IIAt'le'r, it 1 tr Inef-t III this clty
on .1,l1a: t v 1 t.1th ,, Jonitnuary 215 h
4-'o ( iinIt..)n %% !i owtt loeratora

Treasurer Olins Will Testify.
No o, I I NetN. 2.9 -('utelius N.
lIitI.' ,r AoooctOfot eI II t 1,C po0,IiCaI ng-
tional ci1wnalt tep is likelY. I, Is said. to
be Ca-c t thr linsurance investigaX
ing c(.,trulpst)n to t, Ictify re-gardin
ramrsicrr I ,alri'lotons ly time bit com.
pan!e T t lu eo 1Uasagatt g vOMsaLUS
:," aot toe,l y, ,t jst ,b n'o they will
rall Mr .K-t, ltit most of !he mmcm-
hers are .:,I! t) fc,#.: that .,e ch14ld t4
aaked to 'lo-: uahA' UlcoD89 t he rcritmcd
frwm thr tr.- tonrc cumplatnob Po'low
lag tho -I.. I )(**ss'001 ot ntattfr Matt
UhM these' c(nwri:'or.a ac-s! wade.
the commv e coas heard front nl quar
twre dE'fltatt n at ', I A oartivuasr quo-&
tUon be ",""f'-. 1 01.oto*tAtoroo 3r.
MIWSS wci1' I 1.:.ck talo p'aem r"' h;As

Saft. m Vr) AMpAIe r1nim!'o..e' 'fi
his tes'ifyitir ,lofre toer it'lop s' .a'ir

Killed In a P # 111011attle.
Na&Aullle. Soa y --0 A I %e;4"b hfrr
)669w. TenaI 0uys a P.ottet1 belie
ocrtd Is a urm kirciAl Al 'The e(I-
rwd." bet wec a family namve I lei

drocksa ad a smerrilre psman Tho .h'."
iag Oreadred al the buses of a 0.',r.&a
samed Plummet Wslwu tbe saooke
%ad cWltJ It *ma m d NOWtht art or,
the Hedrcs rkwas 4 "wd and Mrs
Plr bad664 y berl. The I*'d1r1lbe
wmet th t "she m.. a laf'e P,!Q
aw. arwee.1 of hssil fl54 the WbNl
a" of the WdrLehs

WaPW I* L Lym cMiewe Minor
16tak6 o. We. 3*I-3 -Id I h&: y
a Milbr. w V O. d 4L4od JU LAW
Oi. awvCat -4 be Eaver P'e&,e
CIO to e pay 0.,s!ry see asbea 0
Of the asua'J jb& I et WAIs 0w
a sma Whikw3Vas oqtaamlaag*wO
tO a L x &oJn JOI&.was wrwI
SIWas s lFI vmldke de e



Claim Th Jap4Used Foroe

To Obtain Treaty.


The Korean Minister to France Is En.
route to Washington to Lay Protest
Before Amerlean Government-The
French Officials Remasn Silent.

Paris, Nov. 28.-The Ko,:,an minis.
tr. Nltn Yut ng Tchan wi::, -.: fot; New
York tomorrow on tiie' Kailsr \Wll
h'lil II for the purpose itf presenting
a pott'st at WashingtI'on noaIclutt Ja-
pan's aohtuming authori) l \ur Kore'a.
The tlnister says lthl It ito.vt ima-
rno.:Is frotn the pemlperor i\t rva'. WA
ca!h;td Instructions t po lt nt a pro
tu.t to France and th I ''1 tl tFes
The American over: :: i' hiat H
ready bet-n advised of 1M .o..-r Mlii'.,
co d:. aln og the p,' .'
No dvfails of the r '* -' ai' vail

a ob TTic, foreign
ct c Iito! tofior!,t f ron
all. oot 1I.0i4n any ao
T'he motiistirt'rm a.l
p :l' .ho-lntpt ioon of
.1 tile 011%. a di"pla:
an Iit otathe onempro
Irtoitri ita F'
in Frril
to-' r'r, rt otarIuto'sl

r't! rwtets Icfrom

11 -A III( I,

nIunp. IsIlAnd

Tukio is raised !.o

Railroad Pro:,
A'ian;a. Ncp
erul %Vrr bt' obt-
I-t.nsged on 011'1.
("I. s..aftuvn.
ti. ani citte-s.-c
cwporatiallgs In r
(;, nrtal Wright o
,Ia (of mise't'cl
t. I year amotun'
tI't-,.e' 6of $*,01),
Of :1t19 1ptaprt'
mwecs 0pI einto. Sc
a~n-4'oJnftgto 04
p9'oeef). 0"'''
arp tc.-rah tee 1p
sqje rallu h)
adlitlon to in-c
tnr'm ulaoel L -
to rotp)ur (")nn I
amlps tu41Oem tr

Mutiny on'
TaOS Angelesl

Ing 1W withh a
4104 in thMir quo-,
mad doe etee'feIf
#hv tI. arm )Wdart.
m( San Pdro a-
A .th. 01.. snip
0-t::Pt ISO. -
n! on-'or 'a'
P'n Irli-iso !her
:ita** Daim 't
TN. 006"A'n 'n
the e'rsn*TS In 1J
Obip tn va~cO t'Ve


on r


i; %re-
::Ii :o. but

fli'nt .l'1

vt0 ot.i't


Committee of Governors and Civilian*
Will Meet in Washington.
Washington, Nov. 39-rTn eattaonal
committee on the prMopose coanitige of
Inauguration day. comittve d't ( tiituon
citlisqn of Washington anol forty four
governors of states and territorltos, %%1:
meet ture I ta JIs'tornou on tite 15'-
mianner tft presentIrig the mat,'or toL
*on~g resa.
T.i* Iloverrors Ieni."ally have s'nt
their views In writing T.ae main
purpose 0o the nivtt!i Is to d .i.':i
the qmetlona, first vbh:v Ila halll he
selsooted t.,r Inaugural'ou t!y by e n
gress, ant ]ppclbIct% !! 41,u, choub",
shoutIIh be mnade tott 'A coit ,:tt t of
April, fiae day.! naned IlitS,, inor 1ot i'n4
re~eli'ttion an C (n1. 11. %ii- 1 o111
reaoma.ndilton n shml h'i Ii : tit ( ioti
gress a to a chatige In thet o i' 'if 1a%
senubliug AnAong the pitieruo'er hin
have luJicrlate. ai willhign-i %! % tot %I,: %
on the romto nilet,'ar., .1 'i h%%no oatu'it
their views in writ ltUt arv
J'iks. of' kitoijouw: I.ori oiri of I
Iia;n Terri'll, of (;I ergla: 11t ito-ii if III


California Can Now Comp1te W, t I1
Florida and Otherr Places.
ofKot i't :tinl elitr N l, I c It
o r flot \( :r "il r.' % 1uio, Gl I I I' I ` i
Varollim : I It it) 1(-k. (if 0 111.. 1~

roft hii' Oct 'lof Ia t''o:. :Itt' il I
(NI o onf'T, ili i 4.1o \Io. :IgIct: 0 V'
g ttifn t aIol.* at 00 -, Ii t0., Ic .% 1

Fa ~uMlorida and Other Places. i'



Superior, Wisconsin, In Orup

of Snow and Ica.


Street Car System sl Paralysed.
Trains Cannot Run on Aeoount of
the Snowdrifts-Worst Storm In that
Section Since 172.

Suplerlo.i \\ M i N.', *..., 'I i c .y of
Su|p i lur niil l..k.' s'il ,.! oI :iMl v Ipn
Ila hrd bt y a fri ,o ,s ai ,.. e a, .ut ,y
last night.
A blinltiutg wet Sntiw Acio:,ItIantI, il
the' (10 ntmllc h rrlc.tiun s t lith thll r o :t
that drift s 4 l t; i'oret in lcl ighlit ob.
.' i t 't th i p|rilt clia l Astr tIs Turio,
oittlt'/ na In tlo Ir o ilo us aii r littera !y
enowo'd i iloit r.
The o !t t'ar Ayito'm I iotallelod.
Winra'l n l .own i t I any dildr-e ions
To"e t n.. t neo r c('tce'nt 'City Is als re
uoir 0olu .i .
l.tti naob it ln ii l.a y' rt tl r n rks
th, Ilrsl r, al.\ livroo hIll.itua d i nl l e
I i. iIn I i fr n 'hit g., thi ,itortl> was

Itnl:iii t fl f (I t I l the 'r I ntl -lo Iy tii.
eOilt i ir ii4 i '- i. I rng tic'ttly andil atow
l':" ', l'.it i- l l n -'hv il ;i from the 11-
i' Moh | tIo>. l ( 1* ? i'tri> o ontnul l'
X% I I I 1 .It '. 'i. r 7 I 'o i, l


Many Others Injured by Accident In
Powder Mill.
I '''1'1 nti I'As No( % ".i An expli>

it' I' t rlir. t~lt. l i~ ti Joi e 1 tII' ) -i III T11 tic I' 'IOIM I htio l II 0tho a II Ie toml (it
iti I t. tioloto It -I I i 'ttVI uJ St its I r g 'Ac heo ip'tri e ot I th K etov tire
I5 0'o4ItI ol ts I i lI, Ii t i' t I I oll*t t' Ii. ti 1o1.it0it vi*.

r4 a o'iti i it f ill 4 e11 r of 1 "k a Iitfttt i If*I' r:o Ig
o tilt 00 1t' loo -IIi III,.II r 0 'o bb oi lo n tjte v a it
fir oI 'IfoI1::1of 11 10)ill ~i i-I! 1 4ino 'a0' J(toII otii oi t, 1ioua
ott ~ .t t'Ore-(i 17 (taiet%I nI*, r tho 8 r oi V.IAito I iti'o I of1r troPitnI t 'orolit r.1ritoi
fit 11! 1, Ir I I: 1 1)('h ll 1)'o l i o'.' it 1I iou ';I Il ituAo 1,011 16e I.' au .1.1 ill, Sin $ioroon
of ('mI II r- ('o iri t Iit Iit L *4 11 I ;1It%%'I I Lt i.Ito %I tit's iaitbI tI rring

te tto r l IitL It t sl jit I1: .41 1 '!. t Ioi Ito 'Jkl ili' to m .ucoloot fsti lo~po i m 'l Iii l~ i 4 r
O tt.-0 'A C alltiq uiit IllmtI.'1 1, 1j 1 "1 11t04. 1 144-1111 tI''0'1 11 1 Jig b('0', I
ov 1 l 401 j11it, )1) '- I 11. 1 Itt riO *.Il Ill 101.4'.1s: 1`111;W)iIt o I t 0 ~ tit ty fy

-Y in Oeacil111 ia I ;Jtol 1a. 1t f Iv lit- miit13 I 0 hot 1114 i .
m;It1' ruth, oI;.n--* lt-fit ~ 'I i et &'III,1r11'u'.I.-i is?
.,I I 0f, 0.oChIM0es. Boycott Called Off Ift 1 weorm 4 rut ott41-tot I ii t, N .itnot
of. 'm. I f -11 ,I,;I S. i 1"4,1 11.i *% o I(-Io N t *.' V 11 1 'i, 3 11 o ha torl It
or, rotI IIf..- I :., titt? 14, Ii.' II -o f .It. G- I lt Iit'llt4 *The' ioool of of pirikiI wmA rje' coim v Ott.
tI' :11ls 'boo *fIt S44111 tj. eo V101114.1lith I"Ie-t oo Ou .t'( i ff. of the do#0 ,~t~'~ T I 1 4)1) t (o his
tater I'fonjlp:ii,, I r cif jhggogt~d i rsoci1mit. i~ roly hAteIf it- It 11"0 Sh "i e" I'll %I"#' I-l'o 0l "fl i0o 'F
0114.5 rloattile It() ie said. given t11 11 0'l hlouye r111iot tl f of s rcheri t Iit litt- rdrot fit, gb'k tug imp
*oo 1uo otp rup-i l Amerolroastoe''op.9 I'lid changes of stoft theol W~r eomilipolin 'tot is '.'s
$06.0I~o~ 0 ~4,4101),). t, Ilueni wasn caulted by Ihe- dootrurtwimn NO f#b.58*tis We el, fotooo ,ItIIoiav' toowil.

uver lasItyr'r
'Is thal iof rail
as,, fromn themi
nO ( r,9.llonce,roio 'of

eghOs. ce'mpsn le

-10.1114temal to I)
.* are sai'el 11."
torIewa oi,~

.Now 2 -I)~e
I'mes a afrofy @at
*-lhioea tCWr toti I
I InIn. ofrce-aserv
r tasatlag gtuard
'l"-toInthe bartoco
-it refallay At"Jar

I. Is I aItse '

lo t h fblbvrl#I~
"'a s tooft&rcl
:saIltars IIy ,toq
SIsmfe aktag )It
smqb esohee S 41:~

)ops*? M ,h ".. is fe .4*,I Is
l~s Angst..

ir tes agregaqa
b* Mos t Iowa
-&of Noth's .4.c'U

.' -5.1 a 09few w.
rov'iraig the a g
.0rar too nI

"'04 sot a sa
;.~ 6efop e so*

hy waler of a larite iotiantily of gopof
which urrv -tor-tt In in sbasements
of the b.luoe'ps hio se a In Colosimo
owts, The' ha lObeta pflve-I ther etoy
the ('hU-ae' merr'haats Who the boy
rtlt Iw5 brot Lstutod. 1 1TA @aired
duelsg the Inundation of that porion
of (%ilrsac rimse (loir is ga typbog saR
tidal wave-g of a fosoth A64),

Many leojwfd In Wm~k.
Newi 1erh. 1Nt1Is 9 --Nearly asc'
4f permon..were slightly Injobts-d it I.,')
*bon a r-rsod*4 pseemge' train coO 'i~o
1~mg lalsad ra~lrt*d creaahoi rt'io&
.P'tkm of a t~vegot trais arblui-ho :.I
bmokea Is two a few minlutes Ntooec'. At
Xowtowa. L Tlhe peoftgo r s t. a1)
of whom *re stasuling In Ou i'61." q
goetre rw a to the Ssoraw ads,."- s,
011 b great 1v10sol re Tt. O t ,
Umm.Jtaeal, brat*eot ri' Iti'fg 0
westhod freghi E'ar*(m s a
6a4 t'hret#11.4 the u''ots' ,4's
sk.be of t%* P~q$e54Voo I 5

tlk* 1N' 0ee1.1 !A.'
braw't~g all #4 '.e too;: ..-

Otto -0'Of .. i
thorer 140,16 4, '

de 9" mol F, ", .~,o
1110 be f 'I~be 'a f lb
6op a"gt -' bhe slI
so s ffo T. a" '' two%.%


Arkansas' Chioef Imecutive Has Fight
in a Hotel Room.
lttle lP.o, I % bo Nio -Vbi'rle
Jordiolo Wlv .6@- *'cie.-ptary to ( 0)".
*roor1 ,ilO'.- tingiven 'ot' a etatemoeat
h P., ~I I,#. No 1 linat 0florsm r )#Rbf
lie0 sIt t, :*io ~ii'r," ,rayeitsv o. stat.
o I 'tie r C'onlaretimI ilvan
41 1] 141o k I uk Wke4r sua9U4&d
t. It- Io a' an ofa te1 with 4uavs
1011, OV1' F. ri I 1,14t do1 I I he g)Orese
0 4 a tr ii koir the ha-1 rjwith a S5re

Ito reroorIn totr3seeshilitinto,
OIi,'RttitI arwit Dinsmore over
thjt t-xtlI.i as ;r*ru e rse iOther t
ga.."e aa setov Do.heallsr ar. rwrr.'nt itn
I'.110 Itw'k It Is 0a1d the 1 o1ersor
bad Mail-Sense remark WhIfk* il l IlA"
twi e'rveego'.'I '11 Tav latr Ito regal
to. I 5 a .' Iffol (of 1,211 0 d 1ait
A.eauinsr itorrpy. mao s a readi oHe
5 *ee'ioii5 amod frto? w'i th oflCjtOff
me ar Mi Is t

16ye wileii WWh it m ase
st etoo.1 4( lIs Nom t r-W
Ibe, a resspeo-for Ohl,& 11artmet, of Ma
room ummtp wasebitled me was *pj.
thmm a the Agh M l t Nr fIee he
*are st t 'b %rste w4 of wiplafs, eile
"aJ s1Ipp4 Itwo ewmsrty oes fos. 't),
previns lie 11,4 reeeat~yp ire o.,
M 411 11 ir 6141 biwa cae.d .of Pit
So b g'.opliie .I s"b6"doft v*'ph- Ito 't,

a" 0010;vtl a kxb4 tvl s^.,, in, -4
IIly 4 mr DReal. who er.

14OIION 0110f ~.'-a tbeeII114104 14Patill
of ft $"I*& of -h- tluei fThe

. .4"

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4amago *Sg

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&I a aadim

l Tie 1" s L Am
MHZES w 1O ait, Nov. 29.---wo If."

T T IRT Ttoryt k < at 197 Interp strget
Weakemed by Otui-WelrLw we19)7 lurnlvg of a d
AT S A healthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood0 eait today. Geven menber orf t
( It nuel to be conside~Pdr that only K-I tnd i family occupid te
Spring ParStL F m company urinary aill bladder trrubfta were to beK t e ond ty bdroocud I w
Spring Park tk traced to tihe b(lneyo,j hr)i M"on. Story bidroa s, ,d wore
and BurrU iS eed. b"kne e ,)*,ine11 .llt e s nm oa tii3e dIa r
Sauly all f Pistol iots aroused some o the In.
ALACHUA STOCK WAS ADMIRED ise their beginning mates aM'tairway, however, bad
I___ _ in the (disorder of
I'vr tthee most important ,burned away and they were compelled
The Swine Exhibt at the Fair Was the organs to Jump for their lives. Before they
Finest Ever Seen in the Scuth, and The kidneys filter could be res"hed Mrs. Mh.ry Tippe, an
et M os S e ct arnl purify the blood- aged womanand John Klein, a lad of
Among the Most Select Were Hogs that is their work. 10, were sufdocatel.
From Alachua County. iTherefore, when yourkidneysare weak w te.
or ,ut of order, you can understand how
The live ,ot-k exhibit at rhe Fl iridA quickly your entire body is affected and Negro Lynched In Louisiana.
f~lrPair upon which awards hae e how every organ seems to fail to do its New Orleans, Nov. 29.-Mosle Wil
dlauty. Maes i negrO, was lynched at Tangi
bp aimsde, is on,( of the bst evwr ee'r i ,tyou are sick or feel badly," begin p.ho. L IA., for connection with the at.
Ir the Sluth, and went to ,how tho taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. t eda u
rapid alranceip nt Florida ham made Klilmer's Swamp-Root, because as oon teped i aur upon Mrs. George,
In this imnprr,ant industry within the, as your kidneys are well they will help! wa white farmer's wife, a week ago
st hi impr. ntlnd try withnher all the other organs to health. A'triali He Is saul to have confessed bavln
past few yars. While the number of will convince anyone. kw)t watch for the principal In the at
cattle w4s rnot o reat as in some If you are sick you can make no mis-, tair, Nw'der compulsion. A deputy
Northern ,hous. the specimen. were take by first doctoring vour kidneys.
In every ay creditable, and would The mild and the extraordinary effect of' Ie1lff was taking him In a buggy to
haInvery way clio i an y stock Dr. Kihner's Swamp-Root, the great confront a witness, and a crowd took
hve he id gid positls in any stock idy remedy, is 0oon realized. ItI him away, drove him to a negro church
show in the United Itates. stan,'l the highest for its wonderful cures in the woods, and made an example od
As will be noted, the Alaohus county of the most distressing cases, and is sold
exhibit made a good showing, prizes r istiit A Disastrous Calamity.
having been awarded to the Spring anl one-dollar sizestrous Ca y.
Park Stock Farm Company and to lttles. You ,a nuay It is a disatrous calamity when you
Borrell Wiggins of Hague. Following have a saniple Ibttle n eoreowap *. lo-e your health, because indigestion
is the award of swine for Alachuas li mail free, also a pamphlet telling you and etnstipation have sapped it away.
h ow to find out if vouw lave kidney or P' rlief c h in rKing'
aoonty, which was in competition as a bl,llder trouble. "Mention this paper rompt relief can be had n Dr King*
matter of course with the entire Ahlen writingto D)r. Kilmier & Co., Bing- New Life Pills. They build up your
State, there being twenty-two exhibi,- halton, n. )u. Dn'tnakeany mistake, digestive organs and cure headache,
tor ut remember the name, Swamp-Root, dissiness, colic, constipation, etc.
orsr: ._ ir.,. H. Kil:nir's Swamnq-Root, and the ad- Guaranteed at all drug stores; 25o.
Berkshire Hogs. dress, Binghamtou,N. Y.,oneverybottle. --
Aged boar, first d scnndo Wil Mrs. Rogers Refused New Trial.
Hiam Edwards; third to Etock Farm Wasblngron, Nov 28.--'ne supreme,
No. 17. I ards Brothers. court of the Uintel States today af
Yearling boar, first to Bonar Farm Bet and largest individual collect firmed the decision of the United
second to San Antonio Farm; third to n of States district court of Vermont Ir
W. L. Van Duzor, on of short h cte of MfS. or Mary Bell Rogers
Boars udr one year, fit to Wil me ir o Chamb and Co. who s under sentence of death In Ver
liam Edwards; second to William Ed me collin o Hereford, t month for the murder of her husband
rd prie to SprinPark Company. The effect of the decision will be agalr
Under six months, first to Sprin ft to place the responsibility of dealing
Park Stock Farm Company; second IN CIRCUIT COURT with the case In the hands of the state
and third to William Edwards. Only Two Cases Tried Yesterday, and auttoritleeand if in the meantime
Sows-Aed sows, first to Willit Both Prisoners Convicted. nther the ornor nor the tat
Edwards; second to Spring Park tock .. court take atlion In Mrs. Aloger' be
Farm Company; t hirdt William vE Yesterday was a dull day in the cir. blif, her execution must occur on the
Fwrds. o eut court, only two cases having been day set which is Dev. 8 next. The court
S'.rlin rt t lim disposed of. held, In effect, that It was without ja
Yearalin sows, fnrst to Wllham Ed
Yearling ow, frt to illam Ed In the morning the ease of the State rlsdlction in all the points raised.
Park Company; third to Wng ar L. Va v Robert Cook, rape, wa called
Dsar i Prisoner arraigned and pleaded not "I Thank the Lordl"
Under one year old, first to Spri guilty. Jury sworn, evidee and r Cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock,
Park Bock Farm Oompany; second to urment submitted, ad the verdict nti Ark "for the relief I got from Buck.
tok Farm No. 17; third to William turned of guilty wih recommendation I's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful
Edwards. to mery. roonningsor, which nothlog else would
-f_. I I&h

in toea ri*rirrnuu til 6n19 uOi t r
State vs. J. M Whittey,grand larceny,
was tried, the jury bringing in a ver-
dict of guilty.
Thursday beinl Thanksgivg, the
court adjourned until Friday after.
noon at 2 o'oloek.

Attorney King of Jacksonville Would
Not Work Against Gainesville.
The following special dispatch was
received by The Boo last evening:
Jacksonvlle, November 29-Editor
of The Dun: The Metropolis' state.
meat that I appeared against the Uni-
varsity bill is inoorreet. I wouldn't
accept employment against (aines-
ille's interests. A. H. Kiu,,


Had Been Released on Florida Charge
of Embezzlement.
Montreal. November 29.-James N.
Strobhar, the .ttlnatle Coest Line
agent arrested here aboot two weeks
ago on a charge of embeaslement, was
releaIed yesterday on the charge if
emtbewling $7,tW0 in Florida, and im.
mediately rearrested on anoth, r
charge of embesalinlsl.X00l in (torgia.

Silver Service for Cruieer.
I'htil:,l :;'lna. Nov ?1 --la the pr s
enct e of iany %tat& and dty officials
and offricrs N f -he 'nlted Statel n a
now at th,- I.raue l land navay yard
(,overnor PI'nn>)packr on behalf ol
the state o,,ayv presented to the art
imoted cnruxlr lPnn):,vanta. a hand
eonm silver s rice The service c ro
sists of I 4 f plerte woltrning nearly 17(
pounds. an! rot *:5,~ 15

Prince Louis At Gibraltar. i
GObraltar. Nov :i The e )a Brit
sh cruiser squadan command b)
Rear Admlral Prince Ltuls of Iattr
tari. and coasttilng of Drake t(nag
ahips and the Berwkio Claumlrlaadi
Oex C('wa.as and Redford. wWllI
tft New Yerk NrW 8 arrived here

Best boar two years old and oveR,
Burrell Wiglins.
Best low one year old and under,
Burall Wiglias.
The premiums In the eastte depart-
ent have boeno published by W. H.
Bobblns, judge of the exhibit, as fol.
Herefords-Bull, three years or over,
Spring Park Mtock Farm Compan.,
Oaineville, first; Edwards Brotherv,
Oeala, seeood; iW. B. Hendersoi,
Tampa, third.
Bull,two yearn old and under three,
Spring Park Company, first.
Ball, one year old and under threr,
Bell, under one year, first and see.
ond to SpringPark Company; third to
Edwards Brothers.
Cow, three years old and over,
Spring ParklOompany.
Cow. two eanr old and wonder three,
flns, seoud and third to Uamr
Cow, one year and under two. firnt
and aewond to same; third to Edwardn
Cow, under one year, nres. secobd
and third to Hpring Park Company.
Bull, two years and under two, firt,
Spring Park:Company ; *eond. Dr. E.
P. Guerrant.
Bull, under op year, first to IUnlird
Iand Company ; econd to Sprili
Park Company; third to San AntIrio
Stock Farm.
Champion Beref Breed--lHt ball,
any age, first to Spring Park L'omparfy.
Champion Ualry rteed--Bet bull.
any age, Spring Park Company.
Hlet oow. any ago,. ame.
Hlerd of one bull, one year over;
eow, thret years ad over, hitter, two
yean ad under thrm; hifer, &ee
year sad under two, oad heifer under
one year, first and wooed to Spring
Park Company third to San Antonio
8tock Farm.
IBt o ot under onea ir, first A.
oeond to Spring Park Company. third
to San Anktoa Stock Farm.
Produe of cow first to SprIan Park
Oompasy. seond to Edwards Broth.
*n; third to t'nitd Lad Company,
Bes grup FVlorida raed attle ot
le taM *six months. Blrt to Z. C.
Obambliet A Co oseod so spring
Par Compeasy. third to Edwardt!
Pair. ball and heater, under Iw,
year. so Obhmbhlo C'o ; ,cucod to

heal, and from which I had suffered
for 6 years." It is a marvelous healer
for eut burns and wounds. Ouaran-
teed at all drug stores; 2Se.
To Amend Merchant Marine Bill.
Washington, Nov. 29.-The member
of the ,Merchant Marine commlsslon
now In the city had a meeting today at
the rooms of Senator Gallinger, the
chairman, for the purpose of consider
ing amendments to the merchant ma
rine bill presented tst session and out
lining a report which will be made to
congress at the coming seslson. Very
few amendments will be made to the
bill, and these are of no great Impor
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to core. E. W. Grove's signature
is on eaoh box. e.
A sel oft ink.
Canon Nicholl used to tell bow on one
o casion he had visited the famous
bouse of the Thralee in that suburb of
Iondon where Ir. Johnson was at
home. "Johnson," sald the canon in
recalling the vilt, 'had occupied two
rooms, and these were left aa he last
used them. The sight was. extraor-
dinary one. for Ink was splashed all
over the florw and even on the walls.
It was one of the doctor's habits to dip
his peo in Ink and then shake It."
The* mrsu l amtee.
Fatherl- Flrun my otmervation of blin
last light I came to the cone'luston
that young man of yoUrs was rather
wild. Daughter-Of course. It was
your mcnstant oberratkio that smade
him wlkt lie wanted you to to up-
stairs and leave us akoe.-rbliadel

Mahel-Is be #as happy as whe sheb
tlved with her beubaid. Molly-Twitk
aa hap y Hie ns to allow her oaly
S a wwkL and now be has to pay her
$g a wwe aulmemy.-Kanaa City Il-

Too can git very good idle of -mt-
wl Ie vrt 'e tao int pratlcl work
taV by viewtig a retry glaa after t
b weeo n*ce re the tabia


Some kin diseases are active in Summer, while ,thes until r d
mweatbtoeantthet Ueves. Winttr Eaemafepfifl th ste tlr
Sthe l mt, and ives to sign of its prence; Jn I. n !:
Wint titrbe aaser gitsel and t betneseo fu! -
dtri .pfa.L skin dita. The Wbood ilous
* 7hich s to be excitedly the cold; and as thie e t :-
the pores and glands, the skin cracks and bleeds, the flesh ke s ht
feverish and the itching intense. The natural oils which kec the skin ,, ,t
and pliant are dried up by the cold, bleak winds, causing it to become r!:,
anddry, gitag it that shiny, leathery appearance, characteristic of the di -e
The head, face, hands and feet are the usual points of attack, though r.
parts of the body may be affected. So painful and distrssing is the tr
that the sufferer constantly "doctors and treats it trying to get rn.,i
Soothing washes, medicated ointments and salves art used, but aside .:
giving temporary relief they do no good. The cause is poisonous ac::s s
the blood, and these must be removed before a cure can be fected. Tht :v
cure for Winter Eczema is S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifier,
cleanses the entire blood supply of the ,
poisons and sends afresh, healthy stream t :e
diseased skin, healing and softening it an .
ing the painful, itching eruptions. ~S.s S.
S 0 o S enters the blood and purifies it of all wast ,,::
PURELY VEGETABLE. foreign matter, and cures Winter Eczem;,ia~,
Tetter as it is sometimes called-safely a ,
as surely; besides it does not contain any harmful mineral to dleran.-, .
damage any part of the system. Book on Skin Diseases and any n, :t.
advice you need, free. gTH SWIgFr CoPCIC &, ATIAN UTA,

Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in tr.
county. Our manager hai lived in this country thirty years auJ
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

seating a number of prominent American and English companies
G-aa.es-vrille : 'lor'Idcla



Sea Island
Sea Island



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

Manufacturers of the
Sea Island Cotton


The question
of Title the
first consid-
era::on for
the investor.


James Doig Improved Engli-h
Gin, and Supplies for Same.


Renders reliable services of every sort along the.
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.

SPECIALTIES: Abrtracts of Tites; Tax Sale v iwar h':
Agents for Non-Reident Land Owners; Plats ot (oit1,,.
Towa, Etc.

Refer-nees: First National Bank of Gainerile !
Dutton A Co., Bankers.
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Gainesville & Gulf Railway Companl


Time Table in effect September 34, 106.
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pod From Gainesville
card Tuesday Night.

an be Learned-Shipment
From Growers of Rocky
Gainesville Sections, and
lgned to New York.
tolid carload of lettuce to
trom this county, and pos-
e, for the eason, went
w Gaineeville over the b ea*
Line Waenesday. Theb eo.
uwas by the Armoor Oar
comprised three houdred
-four basket of as floe let.
ever grown in the State.
wt consigned to New York,
rtAde up from the farms of
eville and Rocky Point see-
wrrt state that the crop this
of lettuce, peas and beans,
r 6o large as last year. will be
rior in quality, and so far have
rWted better carrying quali.
a grower, are anticipating
toras from all shipments from

ludustrial Edition of The Sun
F inoat Ever Published Here.
P. Hfltderson, the nurseryman of
i is ridently well pleased with
adoutial Editon of The Sun, as
er0 a dozen copies sent to his ad-
an4 includes with the state.
t that the issue does credit to The
and to Alachoa county, and he be-
re will be instrumental In inducing
y settlers to this section.
r. Henderson owns a large peach
bard 4t Arno, and is regarded as
of the blost thoroughly posted men
peaeh growing in the South, as he
mi made it k life-long study. It was
rough bit courtesy that the article on
sich colture was published in the In-
ostrial EQition, he &inR the author
f the sIate.
southern Bell Telephone Company
Now Offers a Service.
The long distance line o the South-
m Bell Telephone Company, which
h breu i construction for the past
w month.i was Wednesday morning
aoeeted with Hampton and several
seesgeS were transmitted between
iaeevill and that point. The 6n I
iprentative had the pleasure of a
ement's eourersation with Marshtl
A. Dar4en as Hampton and found
SaerieC to be up-to-date in every
aI Uihiager (.otdwin stated
a0ef46y that the protabilities are
t the line will be cn'mseted at
rke within three or fnmr days.
SExact Thing Required for Con-
"As a certain purgative and stomach
rifer Chamberlain's Stomaeb and
r Tablet oeem to be the east thing
lrnd, strong enough for ihe smet
et. )et mild enough and safe for
mrea ad without that terrible
to *ommon to most prga-
's," R. D. Webster & Co.. Udora.
i tAda. For sale by all drug.

Miss Tebeau's f

Boarding sad /

Dav School
S e a Wees Maea AL. a..

-- S- wi

liss 1. Iorton.

tobeianb Cirsse
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k Good Homor cONTCONDEED

F R SA-LEt Sniihern fl`res4 Conit' t A ,h i ted-i
qiurttr4P n a Ido, wa* > t -1 11
--- tl,,j-- *' ',,,> tt. M r. H '
At Evinston. Florida, oue n.i !ron clta-i e 0 : lite Seaboard \, i.il ndl
nation. on Rook Road. 42 a res of theUaiieovilie and Golf a ie !, ati
the fert:'oer rad the orli c' 1o iveuit'oi
od Hammock Lsnd; all cleared and at tis ti ne is very ht-ar ,i I to at
cultivation. 8 acres in bearing or- regetatblet are moving w, cv.,er tie
iGainesvile and Oulf.
age trees. All good trucking land. ineslland l
After a 'e(rple of days -p-,t in1 th s
dA w ,4mAllinJ an ld other t o a -iA sesI cit yi ... ..

,uw UWIalUg gnu U.urr I .... "r .UU;(city with his friend, Hon .iT, m-i It.
the premises. All going at a Bargain !' Tiliman of Edgefleld, S C Mr \\' ..

E A Y, $2500.00

Apply for further particulars to

Pointed And Eloquent Lecture at Sec-
ond Advent Church.

McLenna returned to 1.i home at
Waldo yesterday. Therre, gntitlemen
are natives of the smni State, wer-
reared in the same vieti ty and have
been friends for many yero Natiir.
ally their meeting was tan aireeabl.
and plea-ant one and it wa, intere t-
ing to mutual friends tio hear them
talk over "old times." Coloiiel Till-
man declares the longer ht- remaisin. in
(ainesrille the more he ie iimnreirard,
and it ha4 been hinted thinr t woold
not require muah perosut .,i t, iindutce
him to become a cit ; n here. I

The Live Oak Daily Democrat of would be gladly welcomt-d
Tuesday, November 28th, has the fol.
"The lIctiure n. Hr Martin Tu.ther

at the Advent church on Sunday night
by Dr. F. A. Holtshauzen from Witten-
berg. Germany. was well attended anl
listened to with rapt attention from
start to finish.
"The chief aim of tbih lecture is to
Impress upon the old and young the
greatness, the glory and the power of
individual soul liberty. It was pointed
out as the keynote of all true and ever
increasing progrep~ of the ages past.
and the Magua Charter from every
form of bondage individual and nation-
rhe lecturer declared Moses, Jesus
and Luther to be the chief emancipa-
tors of the human race. He made the
Son of Mary and of t(od the center of
liberating po(er.
"This lecture cannot fail to be pro.
ductive of great service wherever it
may be given, for it brings informs.
tion. illumination and ipopirntimn to
all who have the privilege of hearing
it "

Fitst National Bank Will Make Ex-
tensive Alterations in Buildings.
The First National Bank has contemr
plated and will put into executi ) e -
tensive alteratirs in the building now
occupied, the increase in business hav-
ing demanded more modern so-
con mmodations.
The entire front of the building will
b- turn away and an elegant plate glrss
front will te iustall.dj The interior
of the r-oom will aloi Itoe inmprored aiid

A Happy

as they


have a happy home you must have children,
are great happy-home makers. If a weak
,you can be made strong enough to bear
children, with little pain or discomfort to
f, by taking


Woman's Relief

It will ease away all your pain, reduce Inflam-
mation, cure leucorrhea (whites), fallngwomb, ovar-
Ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,
etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try It.
At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
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elyr ad frankly, telling us all your
troublM. We rwUnaefrmadvtce(a
i~ seld envepe). Address: La-
Advsory Dept.,The Chattanooa
MtLdaes Co., Chattamooga, TmI.


and nothing ea, I my baby girl, now
tw wee old," wrtea Mrs. J. P.
Wet, of Webetr Cty, Iowa. "She
s a e, healthy bae and we are
h tde agok y/m

Great Activity in Naval Stores atnd
Cross Ties In the West End. --_
lDjnie. November .'* -IrT .. \V .1.
Williams of Alachua v. *d fri- ids.
here last Sunday.
C. W. Colson is oonln d'' .u g it
singing school here witt, I t i ii airty
Prof. Wiley Tillman n- I.r,iici(,al andit
Miss BHcher Rutledgle a. hts aises int
of the Cherry Sink hliiool are doitg
nicely with a large attonlmra'e
Bell, Culson & ConIliinv' turpe- 'l'rat tilt l Ii I r i< I(i, ,' ]l QtSs ll Vavil'Alit'
tino operators at Trelotiot Hrit' e'rv((enaI l) .1( .1 i11 .1 t I .' 't r
their plant and other to.liollll. ia d ar.m ) 1 lit it ; Il- a* i *l lfa tof t tt
also cutting turp-ntine. o ,. le-'- llttitl atti ; l i, t !llt tii o)tll0 'I lit I i;lll'e ill
The farmers are nearly all .n~g~gl a-lrl'tlv Colli' '
now grinding cane, mnaki:~ syrupil, l-
gar, etc.
The cotton crop Is toeivrP uil giathor.-
ed. The eropei. an ni n. Our Stock Was Contracted for Eight Montht
the most of it has beet ii ., l. s e- i- 1(w
holding for b r p Ago and Delivered FRESH FROM
J. 1 Everett left N ,oday for 1, e
camp in LaFayrtte c irity. slir e I r
has a large contract fr r os.tle. oni th.e THE F lTO

J & 8..W. Railrnd J (i ti-ei will
have charge of tli coluiioineiry do-
Hugh and Hrys I l'eI'tero:i lft Mon.
day for Tamps to Hi 'eiJ there rair land
to visit relative s at lver and vefler.
The Haptist lout.i >y school voie1 In
have a ('lristntma. '-e at tie ,ohrch

December 24th, I
already aitic'ipit

11 igi folk. re

Coru i tIsoo.

I ealth la mlI *
i .. i r.l .a r

li t i.,,. a. fitis

erlulp Ie 11 11 M li r I litrPt 6 I
When completed the Fir s National r kid" copi.il
wilt hav.e on. the nobIirest and most hy" of liver o kidney o .lar e.ntp
have shrunK from eglleeed comnsipa.
coovtnieit banking houst- In i.e h a rabl ro t *
slatn I(qoh dll ,tabl ecHIl Ii
8ltati uiner:l: ry. T,. r. Is ca el for ,t
iuor.nr tI,.- progres.e of tie. .ehang.e ilertane eill p*q.. y remedy mailto I
the tir.t Nalinal wil oeeapy. the U A Linlsay,. 1 I llriasoni. Vi .P
room at the corner eof \\'et Main and write. Feb 12 1,*'lt '"lHave uslI
Meehaie streets, ioe door north of HNertine, I fin1 i ro**e n.dlee Ior
constpsrilon '' -a rai1ceil. rtold by
the Browun H iu*ce cice, W M. Johnson
Neuralgi Pasti Thanks.sI Sg service.
Rheomatism, luffag o and erritie The I'nioo Tis '.-laivinl serviee will
paios yield to thie peiietratingl lulo tw held at klnaigh Methodist
see of Ballard's bjw lianiment. It Choeb ast 10:l:) .ek this moralin
psoetrate to the ervee and botes. Rv i) R Sroose ell preaeh th.e re
and bistg aberto d into the blood itl moo, and the pas re of the partlelipet
eallong properties are eo1nv.d to v- i* ethai rhehs ih ., o ti will take part
ery part of the t.bdy. and eff-t ioms in the servie tf'. ueOal oterenI for
woedrful cure. ~,e. e and ti $ old charitable pirtm-*.* will be mode.
by W. M. Juohnsin _

Mr. Claudia r'arf outh. CASTORIA
lina died at the hb, m of ihr sister. I S
Mrs. R 8 Weh TuBs Y- H W Yn l Ale a 0woI
da4 morlallg. and was t.ir-4 in In te I
alptiest ehburh ea terry rear that l e It
plee d Toesday afternoon. .e-rv it I P lasUrreo
Weddell. t 1i'rbylenrian mitrn-t.r r.f
Amber1 olaeiang Cety D0ecro ,r For Sle.
Pieeceed me burn at (~ .4rAnasno-
rle ? in^ LUI'. hane a. gm e *. 1 r of 01 so of
lwille is 184. oeq iiiently was l f- W hiea .t t
*l learsel oage the was married urts' C'tI Irl el fr sal e, The
"'lu 0S 11 :. h-rdy tI.*u e ll
sIear Neweasell.i. afterwerds moving% A b-cody Is adyam
B s-e O la.ibe, where she h. s$ e isi* t1in. sa n,&ei$A.
rie d up so a few enothbe ag., hL was a tLreLt hea 4 < tr. Prtec. 1.
tllbertoIaiplUed her to retort to
FIrWM As the UIIe of her deat she No'-c.
aM idla" Mr. BrIdle. o. ,t ,** t oeref*r gives me s 1*-
IeM il O eN 6 t11ieir f 5 L sbr t111h1 1i aI 1 ei1t@n t4 ie
lasso 4 fatro.rss tre* mod JI W. asake-i4a of *a.S- oean Tiele.

asb- a ge ,t el" e
W4re4 De seeei. bSe 8s1111 ae1 11se
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Shoes at $3.00

and other ke' known lill'414i1t 1hi. to- 1,1'oV It Ipracti.
cully 'sf'tring you i4;()Lt) r")mr,.%fts :at 'e(:iqch.




lketaileru sad Juteobef I

Stape and Fancy Grocerms,
rahsa lrdes hod sadftrm
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low Sa We harolle~l(t


th e a j g l The MisnoktB re a Fdod Od Vveryoe should pay particular at-
Induitrial Exposition. whtob will be tendlon to (be bulletin on the mana- OFINO O ALL M TV
VHbs as, (fa inlme.m. .held at Jacksonville from January 4tb factoring Inerests of Florida, issued
aiek o lemns mailr" -. to 18th inclusive, will be the largest Saturday by the census bureau of the CL M A
e----- expoition ever held in Florida. Department of Commerce and Lsbor. "E so sI.
A.I. UoC YB ... ..Fitor and Publf'ter. The mammoth -bWl4ng is being says the Tamp Tribuno. This hulle. *ns r1=eIsaRM *| jws
W. rW. AMHIY.. A..otie rdiytor. erect. d on the o!d St. James lot, across tin, which is the result of expense and ea .ae enOaWm
- the street from the Windsor Rotel, and labor by the government in the collec-
41111 K1KURE1...... C:ty ALr. will be when completed a magnificent tion of statistles. places the value of
SI J. BhVMy. tri Trau a g rnt *stre>ture and she largest holding of the manufactured product of the
S______ __ its kind iq the State. State for last year as $50,241,078, an
P.M. PREWITT..... s.it. Compo0ini Room. Over 7,d00 inoeandeent lights, be* increase since 1900 'f 47 per cent.
sides between 250 and 800 are lights. Just think of hati!
OyFICE: JKoTrEk BLOCK. will be used to light the building, both It means tbat the people*of Florida
No w. Main htret. s. TrELfifO0X44 inside and out. The entrance will be have not been content to remain idle
Ta VLIAIY s., puwbishted every morning ex- made of massive pillars on the coloni- and allow other States to leave her be.
ept tMonday, drlivcrdl y carrier the city, or ni style with the atueco effect and hu- hind. It means that the enterprising
mailed to nny part of the United states, postage dreds of colored lcandesiienA lights citizens of a State that is plethoric
Iree, forfs a year; 12.,,o osi inotiths; Si.2s three
1aoaths;or so cents for five weeks-strictly ino wll be used, and the entire elsetricl wish natural posibilities have taken
adv ance. effect will be the grandest display eio advantage of the conditlosa and to
--seen in our State. use a vulgarism of the day, "made
Reading nutices in local column io cent% it line The bildtng will contain 817 win, good."
tforirt insertion. and 5 cents for each additional Th iidnwllctan87 i.go.1
tsertion.1 andcnt*oreach loa dows and four entrances, besides nu. According to this official bulletin, k
Rates for display advertising made known on meroius exit, and every preesation If there are 1,410 minufactoring estab- T c
application. being taken by the management to lishments lin the State, capitalized at **I w much afflicted with rheumatlma wrfte
HThe Twikce-w^eehna an .ht.page, forty take careof the thousands of visitors $82,958.482. These establishmgnts em. -B.C.Nd,Iowerille .k Co.,Kasa,g' g
esiehms paper, published every Monday and who will visit the Exposition. A large ploy 41.961 wage.earners, who were abe on crutche and u ka great del ofp,.
Tbutruday, and contahies all the news of the corps of special policemen, firemen and paid last year $165,786.222. I waa induced to try Ballard'sw Liimenwt,
whak, local, State and general, and will be watchmen will be employed. The product of the principal articles cared me, rafter roS ITISTax
soaed, pota frC, to any prt of the r nite The automobile exhibits will be the manufseatured was last year as follows: oRBA t toa nmbe r ao in e
o aad f y _d lirgstr and best ever seen in the Tobseeo, cigars and cigarettes, $16,. themselves as beiag beneath bi y .I now walk
Al advertiluing bills become due after frst South, Racing machines, sally.boo. de- 7@4,276; lumber. $12,692,105; tarpen. without crutches, and as able to perform a great
appearance of advertisement, units otherwise livery wagons, touring cars, besides a tine and rosn, $9.851,178. deal of light labor on the farm."
plated In contract. Parties not kown to u handsome line of imported automobile The bulletin does not touhoeb upon the THR SIZES: 25c, 50C AND $1.00
W Wtflbe required to pay for advertising In ad-
m. Address, THER DAILY SUpplMs will b een. other reat industry, the raalog of eit- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT C
OuAsvu.MVa, PaS. Runkle Brothers of New York will rue fruits. But there is enough in the ST.R LOm4 Us AsO
--- give away 25 pounds of shoeolate Carl- figures given out to show that Florida h
The Department of Travel, of which dy daily. The Borden Condensed Milk is forming to the front every year.
Mr. Taft is secretary, will no doubt Compainy will make their famous milk The wageoearners of Florida are well
publish a book in the near future. in their booth. The Welhob Grape Joice paid The workmen should not lose SOLD AND REOOMM NDKD BY
Company will give away their world- track of the fact that employers have W M JT3OHrNSOXT, G-aiL.es i711e-
Mr. MeaCurdy has not resigned the famous drlk, grap juiee. The Cable their money invested in such a way
presldeaney of the Mutual Life. He Piano Company will give a continuous that afford them employment.
has only become remained to his offiloe. perormance at their large booth. A _______
M Cdwk miniature house erected by the Florida We are in recipt of frequent letters
Mrs. Obadwick says there are other Pressed Bricek Company of all their from parties Inquiring about real es-
as guilty as she it,. and there Is little fancy brick. All the breakfast foods at In Alhu county, and some ofnrd..
S doubt that the poor creature is quite and new food stuffed will be exhibited. these letters are from men who are I
I right ID her statement. The Machinery Hall will be especially anxious to know n regard to the
__ _--- interesting. The Malsby Company of pi of real estate in the city sad In a Company that is Responeible, Have a Policy Correct
The people of Minnesota have got Atlanta have secured a enormous farming lands; but as we do not have Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and thevompan
their wheat harvested and Ve now spase and will bay* a sawmill in full the time to write letters to all of them Pays Loes Promptly
begilesnlag to harvest tbhe fInest erop of operatloo. And lasts, but not least, will and pay postage on the same, we slim.
eoIl bilasards ever seen In that sec- be the grand bead and the wonderful ply aend coples ofTheSo, so th.ye u A r Acarm \
Won._ hippodrome attesatloss. Thebosetr. see who are the men who have proper. Y A A s u
nival attractions will be jeered and ty for sale. There may be others who
Assistant United BSates Treasurer the shows will be only of the very best have property they woold like to die. That no serious loaw can overcome you without you have* some
Ie*b as Philadelphia has beea re- elass. pose of, bat as they do not make the "refog. ________
meIed by Preident Roosevelt for You can't afford to mIn the Exposl- fast known we refrain from mention-
IevAding the provisions of bthe civil tion, as It will not only be very In. lug their names, len we might offend a|JA+ nl U l
erve elaw." ;strotive, but it will also have all the em. y want to take advanta
fa -and merryamakig featrer that of these laqmlries, pot a small adver. k
For the may blessings we have en. will help to make your visit both prof. tisement In The BSaon. None but Reliable Companies Represented.
Jaoed the pas year and oar freedom table and pleasant. Remember the ______ p R re t
efnm any calamity or misfortune of a dates, January 4th so 18th, llsie. The Pnt Gorda Herald says at
serio usm at ure Phoul be M or h a pla d nahe urshie fv CU SMAN s
most truly thankful. COTTON GROWERS WILL WIN. Mr. Flaler has played the mischief. SA,
He has picked up a regiment of Bow. I
Te eod's Co .l "Everything Is moving aitg with ery bunm to work on the extension of Information shertaully framisahed. GAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA
The Recorder's Court in Peommoola t Erything 11 moving aran with
h-' ,., ,*** ***tnt*j< Ak if > railroad. with the teanis that they _ _ -
Is making is very warm for the people entire satisfaction and it looks as if we, .r witkh the r tht t ey
who profane and obsene language were going to wi In our eort to tie have simply worked" him for a free
on the street of that city, a. the av. up the mot of the balance* of the trip to Florida. n *
er me tenee has been raised for fe. crop." Thus writes Preideat Harvie ----------- - -----_ PARTIAL PRICB LIST OF
male "cueers" from 81) to 40 days In Jordan of the Boothera OGeoa Asso- I D
the stone yard. elation to a leading spot man of New
*______- Orleans. after some ampaig g forWs, w ines, e r and M.
The Supreme Court of the United the purpose of tielag np 8.000.000O bales ____SPRPAD
Stases has refueod so interfere in this of astton and ludeeing she growers to I IIS IIAI.31 ed-J FS ree-Net Fqi
Fuli:l."r, *i.^^^ Measure 4Q11* 6Q1"^ U *> Sl^.W er M o|
B aeof Mrs.BellRoesof Vermont, hold for 15 cents. The upward ten. asate Cu R .S S e Rye.un.so oeod trade.
Swiss convicted of murder (f her hue- doney of the staple esie hee thnluger Coac.t> .R.e .. 4 7k ;2 0to PeroGalio
band and sentenced to tebuag. *sd a mended by the ginners' rport and the xio e a,. 3 t >< 0 RYe Gin. gaCgt.pine queM
Is thought that nothing earn save her fact that a powerful sopenlative ele. Uainse'44" RI. S 71 50 9 W Rye. bin. Corn Rum. Bess far henaesp.
from beie tdon ee rn. t indpedetly, d During that trying period in asem a a o. S t.o 2s o*n JooPerO"Ia. G
fom ,._ie _doD_ le. io the beliefthat the South. which women so often suffer un' r 9 0 i Rye P..ea by .
The Tampa Fair, known as the Flor* era Cotton Assoelaslon will aecomplish from ndrvouses, ackache, Pae band 7 5( 9W 54(oiaRy oPe *( Melelo
* Id Md-iter tat Far, loes o- ts im sak hadahe or othe pains.p ;a .r 4 ; ~ ..v(1,u,.^ jity .^
lda Mid-oineo r tates Fir, *)imb to* Mr Jordan has madeitperfet-ly and there is nothing that can eugal oueueusa 25 as o i.rxIP sT LotUis BErB parage j
t1e od u of thi g s atex ehvb eflos of forefolly clear, however, that the Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. ".. 0 coS ;r S 5 4 u0 I
Re ard the s nextfar ewifr betil epeoulative side has nothing whu ever They stop the pains, soothe the {cg a. s Pate..

ion that is advancing more rapidly whmn satorst eelseld** a* W om en -e----- .. i.i:
Ident of she Southern Cotton Growers' v w5 Prtkee by the bb s appiaomnsso.

wain rFiorsd I -f
SAssooiaion declare@ that nelther he the relief so much desired. If 14.i HA -
Sar abhe eseolaio will have say hlog taken on first indication of w. ADAM HANNE BROS.,
B cmb h The Perr do th te s tor. in o mser thy will lly
lutseu will Issue a daily daper on a Alr. Jrda sta o that trhe a1a- conte table condition t. reg H. E. T A
sal wai unti. l hJaur Is%.e Tpiher t**. e o 1"cta Hpn. E. Trw hmT
all al ul January o. T hlo will Immediately meod oat bla nek t and "a Yo further w. W. UTVl Vl eu. Siea Las GRARAW. Ams. (eIo
owill beatd major without toumer all write for them to ueri. he *o ue them

who aeod I0 llows sd we are sled As aeue y will ur .y dettriy the n ,net.P W- _,.t *.ap* ....... .... .. 5 (. 00 H
have ar d with d; alut thro ge t her p CAtell ared o perly der hve BAN

abt more oeful olflr (hat r* be. whopte whe etortag 1i rP *p a8 Indvlded PrOits. . 30.000 00 ^
lishe t some Idea of the di hora I wh t to hoaH tb lasting. s we hraul dhr o d Ssss d** TIONe B
getPtlg our al ppere rl d ha itn week A. tl her bat is o kn he *~ contain no harmful d gs a
and eocs a week. h asmthe nhi upt per reeee. leave no effect upon the heart o i* 0 a G L~i a:E
or stomach if taken as directed.
Many ,at. of th-e South have their ewers of 6svmet fr CatarrTat,, r , THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN A CUA C
S so tlorls and aejos without number Oae t iam wil.l ,..-t1 T ie I"- a.. W.

MA 1 m4or useful o0Mer that is rte, the wholi sys we m eo n4teri is t a- ea Isu .ft
qsildye found in Florida who coute tIld sh&h e sees" Srtafee. *sb as L. Mt~* r-n- oe a"No bm. wt iefese Wa as sm

-* ., .-, -- he B. F JORDAN
am* 1Tldll 0. no, vW ba i, 4. _________id Seves, be SsW oB. F. JOpeR DANsis. eft

beorth to e the i r winters ta the fo t oe i l me a ss, do.g "1i t

Be' Ssv both wea prefer no ows a upon the rioild ea ft Veiase -G Died
.m. a.- a..m O a ,.. ...w i t.' I. e. l Im L,, I5n
Osaw.. I we ,* MWo"m I"0*, ,i n im INSURANCE

Oa 16 ese ntby Poem


FROM ALL How Is Baby Today?
Better, thank yo. In fact, quite well.
PAIRTS FORIDA Pat, round aWd fil of life and mischietf
Pink and white dest, dotted with dim-
ples. No coJgh, so indigestion.
IEppenings From Various All on account of
Sections of State.


Spring in "The Land of Flowers."
Inge loed Down" to Suit the administered by a mother whose love
my Reader-Items of Interest to was'tempered with common sense.
Clases. She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fontaint of eceryr for grown-uns.

bids for the new waterworks at
are to be opened on the 4th of
e Eustisand Leesborg Steamboat
will soon. have another and a
|r boat on that line.
ias Richardson, colored, was ar-
ad at Live Oak charged with steal
bed clothes at Mayo.
be people of Manatee and Braden.
ra will have golf links established
gea of their winter amusements.
liford schools are growing so
jbe number of pnpils that
will be fitted up for a

Get for fine vegetable crop
were never better and the
and cabbage are said to

ee Reord says that Frank
East Manatee has a toma-
.measures about six feet.
rted that J. B. Borland,
itorof The Jasper New,,
Mr, Fitsgerald as editor
or of The Arcadia News.
pll at the Deaf and Blind In-
St. Augustine are to have a
1 Thanksgiving dinner sop-
them by Mr. H. M. Flagler.
See Brown, a colored woman of
as, saed 112 years was bored
sy. She remembered the time
eeral Jackson invaded Flori-

med that a oegro child died
on Saturday night from
of drinking potash water,
Shild by its own father. Some
y follow.
a Historical Soieety held
meeting in Jaeksomville on
W. W. Hamptoa of Oalnee-
elected a member of the
ter County Times is 22 year
:Mvery good start on its
The Times i a first-elass
akly and deserves well at
of the people of Sumter.
pickers who went to Done.
p father the orange erop got
with the "grab" foranihed
qult the job. They did not
y far of canned beans.
o of Dasuelloa tant an
lighting plant so that they
the oows In the soete at
will not be o liable to fall
and break their-the owe'

olkee has been ebosen ahier
Iet National Bank as Live
oof . Order, who re-
into the loserase boasi
lnseoranee business boew

ley Iastiote ta Jaee euille
Its doom to tab se er*
she liquor and morphine hab.
sMd patitse asd more cer*
iar ed thlng ad will dg4

Orftslad Acker Williams,
mn of olarke, were bhed
iad&Nk.Io o n a chm of
Tbhy osee uh ed of
M r BeiddGlg an u mid

Sote B. Isetes Univerl
Steam hb ura the
for the leas eft
Its geam played am ilte
i tamr ad twa n* smed

W. IEdw ed DeUered.
V. Uwauie 1I D MNos.s,
giss a l ei s hse end hein
ered eso C and l was,
I M a msp b I Ib a

aI s1 ---- -- ee- ^---s-

It SNOW 4&-W

too. It stops wate of flteh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at l;:c's
feast. It cures Consumption when
taken in time. Ah druggists sell it-
0o cents and $1.oo the bottle. Lct us
send you
Free Sample SeH by Nall
Write letter or postal to
O Pine Street, New Yorlk

Will Not Fight Gould's Interest.
New York, Nov. 29.-Joseph Ram.
sey, Jr., formerly prtslil.nt of the
Wabash railroad, said yesterday that
he did not think It likely that he
would take any legal action in regard
to the result of the recent annual meet
ing of the Wabas:i securities holders
at which he failed of election as a dl
rector of the road. Mrs. Rasey has
taken offices at 100 Broadway and Is
engaged in settling the affairs of the
Uttle Kanawha syndicate. Asked u
to whether ae would make any state.
ment concerning his plans be said that
so far as the Inquiry referred to his
entering the service of some other
road, he did not think he would con
sider anything of the kind at present.

Baptista to Meet In Chattanooga.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 29.-At a meet.
ing of the committee appointed at the
last convention of the Southern Bap.
tilt church to select the time and place
for holding the convention of 190(. It
was decided that Chattanooga. Tenn..
should entertain the convention early
In May. The exact dates will be an-
nouneed In a day or two. Te commit
too, of which Dr. T. T. Baton, of Lo ul.
ville. it chairman, was some time ar-
riving at a decision, as the claims eo
several titles were strongly premad.
Twenty.Three Students Suepended.
Watertown, N. Y, Nov. 30.--4 aty.
three students of St. LAwrence univer
sity left Canton yesterday, having
ben suspended by the faculty for par.
tkhttion in recent disturbances. Tli
practically wipes out the Beta fratern.
Ity of the university, nearly all the
asupended students king members,
and toe faculty hua ordered tSe sht
bOse cloej. Many of the etadents wll
be prevented from gradation.
No Case of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a single ntasee
where a oough or cold rueoltod nl
pneumoola or consumption when Fo*
Iey's Honey and Tar had ben taken.
It eare eooghe and cold perfretly.
so do not take chalees with some uo
khown preparation whieh *asy contain
opiates, which laus soometpatio. a
oeditios that retards recovery fro
Sold.. Ask for Fole*'s Honey and
Tar and refoue ay sobstitute offered.
J. W. MeCullum & Co

rverer Folk Oeeatly incensed
Jeteron city. Mo, Nov 2t.-O.
ermor Polk is gFealy tIeesJ to lears
that Jameso Hale, te primmer vwh
was removed to Fort La ves wort
pse la at Friday Is a tockholder is
the Coatral Bdroom Masnuactirag c
pay. a corpomrattie doot bastnae to
Speoatocttlry Tbe otork was beugki
by Male bot two weeks before he
M remaoed to Rt Leveaworth wstt
maws he had eaCn ty seeasCOIlated
by hIeanin "tIp" that were g1s blehi
ma a rrloMer tbeabr Ha k was e
teoJ by he federall eowt of Ianiac
T'mtumy for S yrear, lr murder a*4
b servd iz rears

Cmedki DuWes Are Imaws I
kmniv4. O t We --'e tartis
-mema m -as k me yet.r4asy. Amoni
th lweamd d eeo s r by the
YUb m nsm rme throe 1me:
-e ge0 t3 eems per rd; Ims


N of aftb omft To@*
-rsl -- Be ~
gsndft d a M
III I a& dim&

Treated adly by Russians.
Victoria, B. C-, Nov 2S --harles
Grant and Robert Fin l \ \,c:oria
sealer., who were oaptur, t'.:, RWs
.lan rrnilser GromuObol. %N' ,nk h
Japainee tscaler Holk~iu in \ which
'bey Nwre engaged a s :'&c':e,
lia.r.e last night after t'' : .. i, is
ltan prion at Medvid. N\ '" 1 for
months. They say the H ;--, t
ed them lIa,lly, stealing z I .,';r if
fects. nlited States C"( :' :i: ot
Mo-cnow, visited them % w.i In
prison and It was thri n n
n:c.'ritaiv the news of rl.ca.
:it !t reached their rWl.

Independent 'Phoes Are Barred,

C.litmiihs. 0., Nov I
slon off :lt' supreme co
it,'lttldent Telrphone
shut of the city of Ci :
always have been up to,
case dlcideld today ":t '
Qu oen City Telephone ( .
the city of Cincinnati
at'cnpt'ed to secure .
'iirijih the probate
council falling to act in
silirelnm court now atr'
iiwent of the circuit cowii
against the Queen City 1'T : ;

\ .0 1 'C I

I 1- cif ty

S,ite coni

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Ohicao, originiated
Honey and Tar as a throat nild lung
remedy,and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Filey's Honey
and Tar many Imitations are ,ff-rcd
frr the genuine. These worthless imi.
stations have similar sountliiing names.
Beware of them. The gen uine F(o
ley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow
package. Ask for is and r,,fuse any
*ubrtitute. It is the br r remedy for
coughs and oolds. J. \\ MCuilum
& Co.
Disposition of Undel vered Parcels.
Washington. Nov. 29 I'l.e puitiufflee
department has issutl :ith following
order: Ordered that uinr istt red par
eels, post package of derman or Brit
isi origin, wbckh, having proved to
be undeliverable to aldrossee, have
been abandoned by the lenders shall
lot be returned to the country of o ort
gin, but shall be 41t"ooed of by the cua
loam officials by whom they were ex
amiaed an aecordane with the United
ates customa regulate ion.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin. Superintendent
Olty Waterworks, Shollsberg. Wi,
writo: "I have tried many kindsof
linlmente, but I have never received
moeh baneof annli I ousd Rillard's
Snow Liilment f r rheumatism and
pains. I think it the beet liuninent on
earth." 35, sOe and! $1. Bold Iy W.
W. Johnso.


Paradise r Hunting and Fishing

This howll iss mle m se*ast sma
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Tywo Inceasts That show NI. Tea-
Annual Meeting of Presohers Adjourn. Twodr.nel and C Ihtlorwi.a ea.
After SevOraleDays'$ Sssion.aloyes Isead Consideration.
NeAftar Ge.,ol Day29Th wo on o Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war
SNewnlm Os, Q 29.--The work of during and after the civil war, impress.
S the anatil saeion of the North Geor- ed wany who eame to him with appeals
gIla cotrence of the Methodist Elpls- for aid as a stern and even heartless
opal church, south, which convened an. lie was frequently contrasted
here lat Wednesday, came to a close with President Lincoln asnJ very op-
S Moaday when the appoatmients for posnte in mercy and genftl'.ss. Yet
the ensuing year were announced. Incidents described to his latest blog-
Tie conference will meet at Mill. rapher by men who knew him well
edgrille next year. Invltatons were show that be sometimes suffered as
extended by tie churches at Mllledge. bitterly as those whose requests he felt
r wille pnd Thomson. compelled to refuse.
SThe principal feature of the lUt "I went to the war office after 10
O'clock one night to consult Mr. Stan.
Ifyr Session, outside the routine cln .
*'s sessionrk, outside dotion otrtinelu ton," says a former clerk. "I found
tag work, was the adoption of re61u.e the mother, wife and children of a
S tlns introduced by Dr./ B. Dickey, solder who had been condemned to ibe
president of Bmory ooflle, reffirm- shot as a deserter on their knees be-
S ag the belief of the member of the fore him, pleading for the life of their
conference an the 25 articles of faith loved one. He listened, standing, in
Sa set forth In the book of discipline. cold and austere silence. At the end'
Resolutions expresaive of tje faith of their heartbreaking sobs and pray-
Impoaed In Blahop Duncan by taie ers lie answered briefly that the man
members of ti ooference, and their must die. The crash and despairing

lve for him, were alo adopted. The'
rlolutlons set forth the admiration
felt for Bishop Duacan and commended
him for his trapartlality.
Rmeohtlona wore also passed ex.
preling the thanks of the conference
Sr W A Wit -m -* i-- _

tittle family left, ana Air. Stanton
turned, apparently unmoved, and
walked into his private room.
"My own heart was wrung with
anguish. It seemed to me that Mr.
Stanton must be a demon, the very an-
cariition of cruelty and tyranny.

Sw a. t *iam, of Atlanta, for nils "I was so dazed that, forgetting my-
ift of $5,000 to the loan fund of La- self. I followed him into his office
rG Orange Female college, to be used for without raIlng. I found him leaning
the aid of needy girls. over a desk. his face buried In I
hands and his heavy frame shaken
Alabama Conferenoe Adjourns. withl' sos.
Athens, Ala., Nov. 29.-'I North "'God hell me to do my duty! God
kAlaibma oonferenoe fte adjourned. help me to dn my duty!' be was repeat-
Galloway, who ha been preelding, ing in a low wal of angllsh that I
pronounced, t the mot souccssid con, shall never forget.
tereone teer h old si the el pac "I quickly withdrew, but not until I
eree e held n t ate. he had een a great light. I have loved,
tual iappolatmeats for the coming year almost reverenced, Edwin M. Stanton
wre announced, and among the trans. ever since. Ils own heart was per-
s arel the following: S. J. inlth, to hapn suffering more Intense agony than
a ulrltna oonferenoe; J. J. Cross, to the hearts of hlk letitioners, but be was
S te Indian. Misaon conference; A. K. compiled to steel his outward face
1nLlth, to Texas conference; 0. G. Hal for the bloody duties of war, while
WIurto, to Louisiana conference. within his soul was warm with sym-
|iatihy nud sorrow."
s Trtty Between Oermany and Rusial. Onue cannot help hoping that this de-
New York. Nov. 29.-The Herald serter ""ay have been one of those
Printa the follow g cable dp whose lives resident 1,ncoln spared
from Buenos Arog cble dispate by overruling the decision of his secre-
S from Buos Ayres. Argentina: "The tary of war.
PreneN publlis'od Sunday a fac simille
Sunday a e lml A nimre cheerful view of the gre.nt
SI a ret treaty between OGrmany secretary is given ly a fellow lawyer
Sand Russia rtlllfled at Veraillles. on Iho knew hli fore the wie t,
March 3. 1871. and signed by Dlsmarckl "lit wits traveling by steamer on the
S ad Westmann. Mr. Roulvler to whom Ohio to 'ittaburg when he saw a man
It wars stuaitted said that the docu. on the forward deck with a broken
nlent seems to Iw authentic, though 'lg.
n,.. nobody knew of Its oxistence. It prob. 'Whly is that sufferer not attended
kc ably is the some of an alliance ae ter' lie demanded of the captain, who
gotlated at Vorailles between nis reptllht that the man lived in '11ttq-
marck and the Russian agent. West burg. then tlnerly a hundred miles
I aharnd ni.a, and would receive attention
maann. It bears t1he seal of the secret there.
S c ancellory of the Russian foreign of "l'ruom a curiwuter's chest Mr. Stan.
otol I rolloiptly cturled n saw nud a
Son Lost Mother. hlitttt with which to (tt splints. Tak-
SConsumption runs In ot4r family in l bet from tero on e set
and through it I lost imy mothIer,", i it lhuindalgpd the fractur-. 11f then
Sr, h lrilt vinegar iand water from the
writes E. B. R e!d of liarmnony,, i.,,i rii vit we.lhi to Steel' tlhe
"Fur the past fire years, however. on p hlt Ia.rts iid al the way to I'ltt-
the slightest sign of a cough or cold, I I,ior mit lby tihe klde iof the liiiJurci-
have taken Dr. King's New UDicovvery niILI. Il'IIu hig th'i batlh. 1\slii tlihe
for Consumption, which has saved rl I,,'it ir.ilhil l'lltt0surg ih hilred a cuar
from wrloos lung trouble." His moth. r'"w'' cii l tt'ik tllh t111i lia hoiL."
er't death was a sad loe for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that lung trouble muit When You Have a Bad Cold
not he lne'leeted. and how to cure iI You want a remedy that will not
Qulckest relief and curp for coutghs only iive quick relief but effect a per.
andt cold*., rios t le aad 1 (10; guair mnenit oure. *
wanted at all drug store. Trial bot- You want a remedy that will relieve
ties free the lingslhid keeo expeltoration easy.
YFedr wint a remedy that will ooun-
ledera' Attorney Ia suspended.
Ir rA.t ati) trele.incy toward pneumonia.
I', ili.: i.l.i A; No .1. -Jiullli> i ,
Sk 1. 1Sl t -IIi i wantt a remedy that is pleasant
..i ii i' .>. .. 11(clud~~~~ it' 11:11. ) t I lirie at af4 to take.
lit'l it' U~h ~~' lh01 hit c lr sthrlc el li
S. 1 i i (.C 'han,1erlain'. Cligh Remedy meets
t t E. i I '. 1 I l iill of t hese requirentin is anid for the
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by all druggists.

For sale


Slaative Fr i Sr
Peeant to take
S The new laxative. Doe
I not gripe or tnausate.
SCuret stomach and liv
S troubles and chronic ao-
tipatlon by mretortg the
SrS natural action ofthestoem.
Sach.liver and bowels.
re tkr by J. W. Mtl**m- I 0t
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Shs4glish Liver a Foo to An& t 1.0
YOu eanmos a'snxlore wry z''.
it lour liver is isactiflo, tras ,i
dull. Yur eI"saft heavy adi sigr;ht
ozert~~~~.'n, .aaays. trw'I i-'
iv. Irums Syv8 10P mu4IaMIG e t ltvrr
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Faslons In Biar s.
English history is rich nl examples
of the way in which fashion In beard
has changed from time to time. The
spies sent out by Harold reported that
the Norman Invaders "did almost seem
to be priests, because they had all their
face and both lips shaven," which is

confirmed in the Bayeux tapestry. It
was to distingulsh themselves from 2 Yestlbdle Trtimu E~.t d,. 8t N*. 20 North ad4 West. o. 1
their hated conquerors that the English Lo
wore their hair long. Stow speaks of Lv Jacksonvllr.. .I,- Ky 9 1o 7 56p Lv Jackonville, Fla ... .o. i.
long hair as well as beards in Henry Lv Jesup ...... Ry 11 40& 10 40p LvJesup. iGa........o.... t .
I.'s reign, "Men contended with women Lv Savannah ..... y 6 26p 12 1500 Atr Maon, ........S. .o. R .,
in their long halrrs. and when this de- ArCrolumbi ...So. y 610 p 0066 Ar Atomea, na. ......S... . R :.
Ar Charlotte So.. Ry 1026p 955a ArRRome, Ga...........So. Ry "7,y
cayed through okl age they knit about Ar Greenaboru. .o. Ky 1 13a 12 51p Ar Dalton, Ga.........So. Ry. ..
their heads certain rolls and braldings Ar Danville...... y 2 21* 2 10p Ar Chattanoogat Tenn..So. Ry. ,.4a
of fale hair." The monk Wulatan de- ArK chmod Ry 6 68a 6 4.p Ar Lexington, Ky ...... & C
hl Ar ichmonde ....S Ry 6. 4 A58aLeing4, 2 .
scribed the practice of wearing the A 4 L 420 ArOcineinnO ....... .Q & ;
hair ong a "Immoral, criminal nd Ar Charlotesle S. Ry 6 18a 6 1Op Lv Cincinnat, O......Big Four 4;
beastly." When one of his long haired Ar Wahinton... Ry 950a 90p Ar Chicago. Ill........Big Four i
fock knelt for his blessing, tt Is said Ar Baltimore .. R. R. 11 30t 11 25p Lv Cincinnati, 0......Pa Lines >5;
that he would whip out a knife and cut Ar W. Ph'del'ia PR R. 1 45p 285a Ar Chicago. Ill ....... Pa Line, :
off as many of the treesse that lay un- Ar New York... P. RR 13p 6 80a Lv Cincinnati..... (.0.H. & D ;
der his consecrating hand as he could Ar Chicago. Ill.........Monon ;
manage in the rather limited time at No. 34--"New York and Florida Ex- Chicago. Ill.......Monon
bp disposal. )l" il PullmanDrawinR Room Jv Ciionua, 0..... C. H D1 ;
Sdisposal. ..... i.. .... ...... ,. T. Ar Toledo, O........ H. & D. .

No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
From Napier (New Zealand) Herald :
Two year ago the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wale., Australia, had an
analysis made of all the cough medi-
cines that were sold in that market.
Out of the entire list they found only
one that they declared was entirely
free from all poisons. This exception
was Chamberlain's Cough *Remedy,
made by the Charnberlain Medicine
Company, Dee Moines, Iowa, U. 8. A.
The absesee of all narcotics makes this
remedy the afoet and best that can be
had; and it is with a feeling of securl-
ty that any mother can give it to her
little ones. Ohamberlain'. Oough Rem-
edy ie speelally recommended by its
makers for coughs, eolds, eroup and
whooping cough. This remedy is for
sale by all druggilts.

SNA(fl-TON 8 lOftE,

Decorators and
PNror Hanglrs.
204 East Mai St., S., Gainesville, Fla.

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

ING a Speoally.


Central City Bazar

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

CAKES and PIES-Fresh
Every Day.
lter I'atea- selklete4.

Louisville &

Nashville R. R.

Best Line to
Brmalngham, i asTOilk, lemlphi
Ktxvitle, Leulsvillks (latinaat
St. Louis, (Nieoe sad all poat
North aid West to thrligh cars.

Onli line nopratels through as'ep-rs
from Florida to Cblieo.
Onlv line Iopralil through sleeperv
frnm Florids so 144. Louis with dining
mer *rele
Flimt dirina eer a rview in the 'Month
Tlhroseh touries deeper to Calif ,r-
For ilformatieol a to rate to :ll
rasao North and West, *bheddiles ad
allI sltorvta.l.011 or write

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The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower:
to I s.rian, ',y ssa a" "f,

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mieeping uar rort irunps suu jacasuu-
ville to New York.
No. 80-"Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pcllman Drawing
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
New York.

Thraugh "The Land of the Sky" No. 80

Lv Jacksonvill-, Fla
Lv Savannah, G ...
Ar Columbia, S C...
Ar Asheville, N. C.
Ar lot Springs, N. C
Ar Knoxolle, Tnn...
Ar Louisville .....
Ar St. Louis ........
Ar Cincinnati ..

So. Ry
so. Ry
S..So, Ry
'So. Ry
o,. Ky
So Ry
So. Ky
So. 1y

7 65p
12 15a
I Sop
8 OOp
8 b0o
4 568p

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

Ar Detroit, Mich..........P. M.
Lv Cincinnati, O.......Pa Lines
Ar Pittaborg. Pa.......Pa Lines

Lv Cincinnati, O......Big Four
Ar Cleveland, 0......Big Four

Lv Lexington, Ky.......8o. Ry.
Ar Louisville, Ky.......8o. Ry.
Ar St. Louis. Mo ........8o. Ry



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Ar Anniston, Ala.......80 iPy. i4s '
Ar Birmingham. Ala....Bo. Ry. Ii4s '
Ar Memphis, Tean.......Frisco t *-
ArKansasCity, Mo....Frisco 4'*
Memphis, Tenn ............... 30p
Hot Rorings, Ark............... P
No. 18-"The Florida Limitedn'
Daily. Solid vestibule train, thrwlr.t
day coaches and Pullnaln Sleel' j;
Cars, Jacksonville to OlCinnati.
No. 19--Pullman Drawlng t Ri
Sleeping Car between Jlaekonv.,
Birmingham, Memphis. Kansas C ty

Excellent Dloing Car Service. and Colorado Springs.

From New York, Washington, etc -No. 29, "Washington and Florida I .,
ited." 9:00 a. m ,
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 83. "Washington and Florida Et.
press." 8:20 p. m.
From Oincinnati. Aiheville, etc -No. 29, "Washington and Ilortda I.t.-
ited," 9.00 a. m
From Chicagn, Cineinnnti. Atlanta. etc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited," :35 a .
J. C. LUSK, District Paseauger Agent, 108 W. Bay SL, Jackenville, Fla.
S. H. HAInwic, P. T M W. H. TAYLO, G. P. A. BRooKs MOoGA. A. G. P. A.

Florida East Coast Rai.

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SYSTEM OF THE lover of tk ddmial rotation do mt
SOF TIME. suggest that the old sexageslmal meth-
od of reckoning time should be altmra
-Pearson's Weekly.
by tiec BabIlotIo ,
ery Clever People,
,i tkh Oraes an Jd HAFI TRAVELING.
-ai ea All Cka m ,es%

your watch out of your
hare In your hand one
wonderful pieces of ma-
constructed. Think how
hout the day and night
ps it up year in. year out.
e second hand points to
of time during every
the average watch, it will
no fewer than 175 differ-
These pieces will have
more thtu 2.4) asep-
us, each being a distinct
Jewel wheel screw is so
at it is almost invisible.
eye it appears to be but a
When examined under
glass It will be seen to
,trew, having 200 threads
each threadu beiug well
lly. the diameter of thli
*little as the four one-thou-
of an luch, and it would
a number than lfx,,INi
ws in order to till an or.
ble as used by the ladles.
w has a double head and
hardened. After the harden-
the screws are arranged In
g placed In with the heads
This delicate operation is
e sense of touch alone In-
y sight, and great rapidity
skillful operator. Some-
ot a hundred screws are
each frame, and the frames
ed to a machine which pol-
beads of the screws 10,000 at

be seen how marvelous these
yet one of them forms but
piece of a watch. Still, thi
the remarkable nature of that
article. When special watches
Mered there Is Indeed room for

stance. take the watch which
leted to Catherine I. on her
on as empress of Russia. Tbis
raone of the most remarkably
ed instruments ever made.
Sopposate side of the works of
traordnary timekeeper there
exact representation of the
er, with a carved Image
Guard statloWid outside
(tA the watch caue was
imitation rocks would roll
the mouth of the sepulcher,
would kneel, angels would
posite skles of the openolg,
otraln of music would be
remarkable watch took
uninterrupted labor In or-
k In any way reaem-
use at present was made
in the year 1370, and It
Charter V. of France.
was surnamed the Wise.
tion was Imperfect in
and be knew It well.
was very obstinate In
know everything. He
obetinacy when VIck
timepiece for his ap.
klag cooid not find any
working, so be critlcised
the diaL
maker that be bad made
as the figures to de-
to 4 should beI tor 's.
aitured to tell the king
wrong. "I am n eer
utaderod the Irate march.
clock away and correct the
at once upon pain of my dis-
dto do as be was told with
Stbat all our tImepeces have
i bour labeled 111 lasted of
Sbe the case If the correct
were followed.
y people have the saltltg
*I ty aemseda make s 1a-.
ky the boor IS divided Into
aeot, and so oel Why are
tea bours to the day and team
b very stmple. It s be-
Seople of Babyloa rechmei
y a de.tmal system of 1ts-
aloa by a eeagelnal ye-
t Is to y, thky ao eo l
by tI.rs, but also by axtles.
sals wee vtery enter pee.
*aw that the derJnal q
by no aesas th e b.
that mo amber bed *o
as has sisty.
Sth drtUal aet the day
t? T.R*Habylesrt s beam by
tht: r-".gm oes by te

ay or y rto. t bbetas
lbe ItLtf 'o the 09611L The

it ka awtae mso1Now
fiu~r Zr ~fb. whce wr

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athe tr FW mveow
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at thea emlasanace.
Travelers in oi time Italy bhad a
sorry time of it. rays a critic: "The
frescoes of Benozzo ,izzoli Ili tlhe Iic-
cardi palace and also 1ios.' in tllt <'am-
po Santo of 1'lsa briun \ ividly ltfure
us another phase of coutJiry 'ift. that
of travel in the days of t;,* renals-
saiit'e. As we watch the l,: c ;ravalezde

vwhiebh winds round the ,tc';i mountain
path we are carried back ti the tiue
when heeled carriages \vwe-e almost
tunknown, for. Indeed, there were but
few roads on which they woUid hav:t
been poissih!e. The only highliiy be-
twfe-n one city and another was ofteu
little more thau a roughl bridle pinth. a
lqutgiinire of md In winter, and. tpl,-A-
Ing through a tangled thii'clt lhre nld
there, a biding place for outlaws i a:
wild beasts. There was not chlle but
to ride on horseback, save on state ,ec-
cahious, vwhen a great lady might be
carried on a litter well paddled with
feather iiattretes covered with crium-
son s.atin. All goods of every kind were
conveyed't on the backs of horses or
blicggt i' |lilet.
"'We. haven manyv accountst s of travel
in those d(ays. for a journey %as a *to.
rloi nimatter, not to Inw lightly under-
taken or easily forgotten. Thus, when
the Ilch'tihess tBetrice of .Milan went on
a diioulatli' mission to Venice and
wishlel to make a good ilmprisiion on
the senate we are told that she had
fifty mules in her train. laden with her
costly dreases. Of another princess.
Blanca Sforza. on her way to uarry
the Emplror Maxlmilaln. we have a
pitiful account of her Journey, from the
pen of her secretary. She started from
Milan at the end of November, to be
nearly shipwrecked in a sudden storm
on the Lake of Como; then. with end.
less harnshlps of tenllwetuous. wintry
weather, she rode across that 'fearful
cruel mountain' the Stelvio pas., one
hapless lady in waiting having to be
left behind at Gravedona! Not until
Christmau eve did Blauuc at last reach
"Again, we have the famous journey
of Lucresla Borgia across Italy, from
Rome to Ferrara, with an immense
retinue of nearly 1,000 persons, which
took twenty-five days in the depth of
winter. If we bad chanced to met
them on the way. with their spendld
draese and gaudily caparisoned ib6s,
with dwarfs and jester. to begulle the
way and a company of trumpeters,
drums and hautboys to make martial
music, we might have mistaken It for
a traveling circus thus solsily parading
through the land."

0. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
G. B. Borhanr of Carlisle Center, N.
Y., writes: "About four years 'ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en-
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking le s tihn two bottles of Fo.
ley's Kidney Core. It entirely stopped
the breek dust sediment, and pain and
symptoms of k dnty disease disap.
pared. I amn lad to say that I have
never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have lapsed sad I am erdently cured
to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Foley 's KiJoy Core to anoase suffer.
lg from kidney or bladder trouble."
SW. MeCollum A Co.

L d ..se 1md 1ew YTort.
The contrast le.t w-u rn o-ilety In ro-
4ea and New York is not omn reet as
amay ISU.pMo There are itore low
dresses san drimond tiaras In Los-
don and anutr snart. thly women in
New York. uior toarda In Loodoa
md more cl-aln shaenu (hiner In Man-
hattan. Tlbre are larer botels In New
Tork and bigger sha.; there are red
pillar boxe lt loudon and smaller
gry ones In the city oa the land
Bet thee things arre small details. In
the mik both rites are marb alike.
ead the men and women behave la
rtcb the same way We have no
etret to ompare with Fifth aveoW.
Sad ey bare no perk to compare
t Regpurst perk asd Mo WettBma-
tr abbey! But we drive out ad dae
et Jl the mem, we eat mad thbal
san r and rd ed )jet the -atr or
7w5y o marht atike we em Ite
me MW family party, wih J tots ne
It shd beLtALde B3eft and White
Mes's U'e.>n2b'ene
Ia sfts great as wnese's. Blst
The. S. Auss. manager .1f the 3*.
pi-na *f Lt ,e sentL. lad was
seM use-MM shea he refeod to
sdew the ies* so sopers. oa hi.
wil k ls sweebI lassm^ed." he
ege. "* eeted tso ry leetrs
Mum. iy ewasrtu sooenos s

uMW f bow*aebeow e bed, Sw1(6)
~bin. huedssm do sboe
lowbya leotsWns Sm

.... DENTIST....

Omle over MarouI .ade's. 1' : c :, :!t~s

And Solicitor in l iuity
Real Estate, Conveyallin'g and (en.
eral Practice. All bus iet-s promptly)
attended to. 08fle next door to Sur
office. OUAIIrxv II I:. FIo0RIA


Can sell your eit y property, (im.
proved and unimproved liho.shate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for salt. 2142m


Office in Endel iilock.







UaoinlD n *


Omo sla MWer rLaw Kx.'iarre
GAlmnytl La. FLA.

JOBN MKENwrl. ]Proprlieor.
3-01t W. BY eS..Jcic HooriVIU. ika.
Fast beer, bole and drasoht. Don't
aill to Sill amo wherln in Jacksuoville
-- -- --------- --

Majahua soouay is N4.4(0 sores in
area, bhas S4 miles railroad 900
miles waon road, M posteoecs,
128 poblio wboolp. 27 phosphate
ElBante,X)aw mill. $75,000 eourt
oo, five newspapers, and pro.
de e sors, eotMea, rios, sogar,
oa1s, rye, potatoes. pintapple., or.
ltagn, pe0h6,e. pnre, plome, po.
sa, a d all kinds of vegeabfe.

Gainenille, the County Seal,,,
Has ourtan eh urchoe, two poblie
sebople, to Uiversity of Florida,
privateO hoob, thre nowopapers
Uiltd ta** lae d o e, tbh bes
water, are alarm system., eletris
and a lhi, two leo fs lortee,
*arsoo0sope. three wool facto.
rie, soLtom giu. t we mas ft stories,
three railroads. wofertllll r man.
ufseturiag cor rpaaie, o* slbtr
mamoftetory, one rewtifylia ter
pentiae plea, two bkak., mad well
stocked stores mbrmels every.
thing I the ornmmereal lips



Makes a Specialiy of All Kinds
of Plain ard Fancy


Job Printing
.. F r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blank, ~n Short Notce.

Tbe foUloag lte r fet me of Ow
mel o e rev ete ro tor lesphs.
*' Ldelevlle. K/ Fei. l t., 10.

t Mee, ille. rl'
ff. H. MWsa ,
fr or : 1eeul6 ed the petsrag
maue rt dee Ue. a. w f)ll sadh
se to pousslens setm. I IN s
npmeelr psemeek Eamsh* *** es
per,, nimps 6"051Z e.ee .
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,dtwer beln ?33 WI'.or


Air Line Railwav

... FOR ....

Savannah, Columbia

Camden, Southern

Country .1% Ia Italr In the Days


Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at OIIARI.Es rN, O., both ways.
The Finst btamahll a In the CaetwLr Btlvice

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct erviee Between JACKSONVILLE. BOTfON and
PROVIDIINCE and All Eauern Point,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbooad..... ........ ...........From Lewie' Wharf, aDton
Northbound ............. From Foot of Cathertae st., Jascoonville

Clvde St. Johns Rivr Line
Between JAc KoUNVILLM and BANProrD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, 81 Franore, Boreford (DeLand), and InaRemdiAsn
Landings on 8t. Johns River, commenting Wednesday, November 1, 1906,
4IE t MErK
SAre appointed to sail as follows: i L.a Jaeksonville, daily esept Bator
days, at 8: Ip. m. Returning, leave arsiford, daily e repp Hnodsys, at s:m0 ao

mslbboei IK(: HIIUUL M
leave uPERm...k...
8:46 pm -- Palatka. ..
IOOam Amsor .
A am ..... .. Ads. Frarwi .. ........
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A rrivw are ..........l fIorln.............
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10 000 a

VIR YnowWowcNUZ. JR. AMt Ufa Pwa. A#%.. 10U We.rImtn ..basls &
~ 000t#~ Irr V1 0 J60,~;.~O
w.i'ttCtt ftr 7be 01b. 'U r I S,*

General mass ,r 0**e (Jenersl Apo

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

Via Via VI

No o" W t .South West
'N 06 1 'wevue Jmiamw bkalmwg

Rapid Trnit and Unmnrpatwl t ervic
ftir Table son *fet April 14, li3J.

0a10r i High prncgs asad later.
aMly j modiast Potits
121ipmB Omal. IAeb rg i ad TampS. and
Daldy !butrmrd'ate Polate
1 )pm Palasha Ja~-LvUa b,
Dtll Nortr,. .Mat aad West
Ia |M)p n. l% ufrf.,. itamIBa. BrwLe&,.
Daily j AUlb Atlastr as t P' Iau Nort, Ie We

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KLOH' a and f ,O'& &A Costs


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S i80 am

3 lb p
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stresor T WN$ 00 a

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awl's, see hs m .p-

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MATM BOTIrTO "s PW A D.. IST ~roPs. Aga

wtibatimes. X, i m s X.0.

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ao m &as . eCe

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

'TIw Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Lit, O ) -lrati1,n

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvi:,c to New Orleans

For full information nrld slef.prr rierir t oIz Inuo ,:I: y aI-'nt I eraboard O
write A. 0. MAtliNNEI.L,, C 'Y'V l-,TON, Ja..
toot. GenO ral Passenger Arient, Ia' .r ner Agent,


Over Duoo n& Co's Bank.

rs. T. 9i of we te
lhopplag In the eity yesterday. le of teW
Hard wood for sale in ear lose. 3.
H. Holly, Arredoodo, Flit. d9t HN I Wills, Hoe. Besa. P. 061.
Extra fin* sweet peppon, Stin boosamlft odiro and'ju. s '
beans iod green pe.s a Dowsd., M ade
aAnyone having city or eour mr pA I t r boo the e repi a o w.
ertiy for sfte may apply soon a Stie- JE 6 ssed until 2 4flaelt Fridasy a ..
GONA Q- SOCIAL ITEMS bur, Galesville, Fi., 'fircy '
I B. L. Flowers, a progremiv isn Iod 0r the empls ho
9 iW eH gig.n hat lwqtao f wBorow n WHo ister ed *, day, the freight housm of sbe 8eboard 230 Write for Tw C o g
e ~ Teld In Sht Paragraphs Brown Hoon erd. Air Lifo "Atlanti Coast Une r w Catalo
Ift 9W "4*He who Runs May Re4d" Prof. N. W. ifa of Montoeho 's u (afesi and Golf railroads will W
Sn. f the city y eay. He departed on slow to The booms willremai.n. Over 1 O es
.. the noon troai for Tmps*. open otd 10 o'eloek, however, for the Over 100 Pages
d ule for stale.d 1 a A fine barl of .sowater bottom delivery perishable freligh. IlluStra.....
Jt Indstrisl Edition 10 sent. S ~B Jst Nresved at the Seofleld-.M. Jol W. Teeker. foraely of Galnee. I
S. t Mile a ao store. Tso, f s10. t villste m oa "o ra doing 70as1 teley e
i: tedles' oslling esard lat es style Fyor gt.-Tw, oalbed flat, one 10 .f L Oak w a il she sr y e- Diamonds, Silverware,
as "as011119. *of foet rooas ad me of three ros. serday. He wes em roote to south
Flue Jersey cow for ale. Apply to Mrs. ester, 40 Won Maim street. Florld.,wher be is bhatly l tem W afches Platedware,
T. R Emerson. Turpestise Ulies for sale ats sh of. Ie n tal stores. Mr. Tucker's friends .
3J E. Hudson of Hampton I In the se,104 s per dome, $8 per hundred. bore re AIways glad so elm Jewelr Clo k
city on business. 0- Oash m es company order. dawtf Today being Thanksgiving, bhe p&st. w, os,
Plenty of f8* celery ad fres to- No Thakstgivint dinner is complete oOl W1) observe the usual holiday J Ary
Satoes at Dorseys'. without same MIao old's Psteurised hours. Ihe pnerasl delivery window No. 200 $2.5 HOLIDAY NOVELTI .
A. O. Willisam of Bochelle was nla Ormery buster. Get t as Dorsey'. wfll be open fom 1 .;0 to 2:80 p. -., Baby Spoon
S the city yesterday. Hoe. J. A. Rooborough of Windsor, and patroe will be governed cord.
f J. D. stringfelm loft yesterday for represastat e from Alahosa county In InlTy. banks and United 8States & C rosby C
Riebland on a baeelses trip. the L*egilature, was a visitor to this lead offle will also be eloed for the treen eif & a0 sb y Co.,
SOder yoer OCrimass frols eke city yesterday. day.
FK mow. Xeysteae Bakery. dsf John Dow, a prominent broker of The Earnet Worker.' So ety of the Jewelers and Importers,
ISeeo Thunderbolt opm at the Montgomery Ala., after a pleasant First Proebiterlan Church will hold a
bsoeld*MsMlillah oo',. Pii.e O10 visit to his brother, Win. Dow, Inasar at the opera hose on Frid 41 West Bay St. - Jaeksonvllle. Fa.
&Jude Sd L. Cart lefteserdah si t, has returned to his home. afterMom sad evening, beglning at 5 41--------------------------- F
194p SByd L. Ofrte lrts yerseday o'eloek. The fonds will be used to.
f o ps ad otr paola iouth Th services will b held as wardth final debt upon the manse, Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention
folowss, T H ly ormuwil h sa 7 m d the soelesp hopes to bo greeted by
Min Neille Goes oa returned from follows: Holy Communion as 7 ?. aod oe ordially Ib. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Chisago, where she has boon with her morning prayer and sermon at 10:80 a. vited, asd a pleasant evenlag sured.
brother, Jloess Go. m. Deputy Sheriff J. H. GOraoger
o We doMnot deft eompithI buts I. brought to this city yesterday one
We diolnotin de d epett bto ofJ onvill, is in the eity on busl. hFrank on ors, olored, who was ar-
vit linsptin *ad gusWw R.tok nqeu. Mr. Taylor formerly resided idn Frank enebrs, colored, who wasr atr
and price. W. R. Thomas. Albion, where he owned extensive eignedh prn aJustice Bhe'o tcoort at
DIP J. L. Rerto left yesterday phosphate lands. and Springsd In the charge of 200 foreny
for Jkoeneville, where he will spend and eommisthd In the sum of WOT0 for
Thfor Jeko vi withre his family. n 8 Robertson, the clever and ue. his appearance before the grand jury.
T' i kobflagllc with his fmil., r essful solicitor for thoe Armour m Car .Being unable to secure bond he will be
We have 90 glplons of fresh Thun. Lins, left yesterday for Webster and compelled to remain In jail until the
detbels oyters-oe-eleeet. Give us yOqur other points in South Florida in the spring term of the ciruali co1
Former. scoulod.Meilg la ho. Interest of his line. Yesterday was the lat day of
For Rent- Eiht-room hoose near A. B. Bliley and wife, prominent the period In which low rates were
: square; hot nd so.ld w ater bath and people of Poultned Va., have arrived in effe, to Tamp. Th re a
S tletr In house. iMarcos Endel. in the city, and will remain here for been slose te 13th Ints. only $4.75
Furnished room to rent on bloek ad. some time. They are well pleased for the round trip from Glane-
Jolonlg square. Gentleman tenant wiih Gainoejille so far. villa over both the Seaboard and At-
preferred. Apply as Son offleo. When ou want a pleasant physic lant.e oast Line. on shcooot of the
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dawsn of try Chambrilains Stomach and Liver State Fair. A large number availed
Jackedsnvlle are 4n the oity, uoeste of Tablets. They are easy to tske and heouelves of the opportunity to visit
the letter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. produce no griping or unpleasant ef. the metropolis of South Florida and
Sibley. feeoot. Sold by all druggists. the Fair, iad all who have returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tyler and Mrs. We have do sale a carload of males express thb lves as be ,g thorough.
L. A. Fessler of Jacksonvillo were ard a carload of horses. We ogaran. ly satisfied y iio both.
among yesteday's arrivals aS the tee our stock and refund purchase
Brown os0". price any time wih te days if s THE CONTINENTAL CAFE
Division Superintendent H. A. Ford is not saisftesory. W. R. Thomase.
of the Aatle Coast Line returned 1Srsy "or Stolon, November, X, (First corner iouth of P. 0.)
yesterday from an ofilIal visit to O(ala l) 6--One smell roan pon mare. about Fameos ('otinental Cedar Key Oyster. Drip Ceooeo Western eats. Ser.
aidt other points. ten years old, branded on left hip. Re. vice Umexeedld. Open Early ad Late.
Homer JLove of Trenton, one of the ward for information as to her where.
most widely known eltimen. of the about, or return to R. B Hall, Bland, C yA s... ...
West End, wuas among the business via. Fla. lefCounty Tax Assesserd for W. W. Colson to
itors to this city yesterday. We are perfectly willing to have yesterday for aTn brief vist to
W. D. Richey of Jeeksonville, the Devoe's Boot Palot tested by any re- T
clever traveling representative of the sponsible painter along with any paint Dr H, L _ontgomery of Miesnopl UNDERTAING CO
Cudaly Packial Company, was work. sold In Uainesville; but we deliie to was among the visitors to Osineeville .
g he trade in this eity Seoerday. send Jest one gallot So be manipulated yesterday. .
If yin have property and want tonse by Just any sad everybody. The 8. J. Mn. W. L. Floyd and children left FULL LINE OF
Is. **e O~rr& 8tuebeb If you wasu Thomas Compay. yesterday for Lake City, where they
to hug, is woold pay you to see them leost-Strayed or stolen from my will spend Thank,.iving wih Major NEW 0000,....
also, as they have some desirable sites. place near Areba en November 18th, Foyd.
'The stores of the Oeieesville Pruai, one Jersy cow, ooeor laws with some A csase for Thanksiring is Bluo AUrNTs FOR
tore Company and the Morrts.Phifer white about bead. Answer to name Ribbon lemon and vanilla extraets. EONUKEIT,, TNuJrSTONEN
remwy a. he n tel r heated to a new Nellie. Suitable reward to anyone gir. Ask our aro*r for Blue Ribbon lea.

ememebor the Earst Workers' The reglr weekly meeting of ahSrif L.W. Fenn*lI and nephew, Perua sue o a1 nater.
bsaa ast the opera house friday, bo. alanesville Lodge No. 900, B. P. O. wetdn*y Godwil, have aon to Tempa, tie ra*. Mau sai t*.ee
,nnifg at I o'eloek p. m. Fund to be will be held In Masoele Hall, begin. whr they will T py d a dex et tho promptly ansesded so.
ud t lit payment of Sinal debt on the nin g at 7:80 o'loeek this evening , tsu,9. Everone wpleom. There ill be work. A fhll attendanee Fridy. (GalasvilJe, Florida.
.eevir is dieired. All visiting Elks are re .). .. Powell, of th, harm of Powell -

e--wiry w TWU y swm~y lwv q( ted to be pre -as, lad are seaUred Bros., m manufacturers' aat is, has re.
meaforind e. u will spend th. e "o. an Elk' wel.om. turned from a business trip to points FAI oLITE
maind.r uf lh winter her. He - t- *-J on the Ceder Key division of the Sea-
Ipret Mlrs Wooley dow. in a couple of board Air ie.
,eoi Frlieds are Ilad to &ee him READ THIS A;F -A tory bk istrat
again.* AKENT4-A sOMry bock illusrtrted
Warranty dLd and m a bl.,Taxx.,Juneo 1901. with negrr childrvn at play. I, a fatachua Pool Parars
SWrrtul de ind mortile blnk I T M.: Dr ller all hu it. Ag ent m ake $1 a
lfor sale a thyis oft., lhe forn t uod in D)oetor-It Is with plasre that I "re. Jay )u1flt 10e. particulars fre~e An- C .* al% p ktirw.
Alerboer county wbich save oney is ommead your Texa Wooder for kid. eswer quick Jenkins, fHertr 1 .1 Cm- I
ordiag. SI per huedred or I le p Cm- ---
dlo. 1s b er hundreds r P n* and bladder ou-ble. as my wife pany. Aqlanta, a. aa
adose by mat Oemph mustc f -ee sp..U 0a LmtsW ia Om bratr Blockit a
order. dawtf .4"WII lsrg1aWe are iN A pcostiun to furnish first. -tm Tam ARBlaos ter,'
order dawf pertese wodoerfl relief fru its ce a re beln. ke pod lettuce faih am trs. *WAI eo r
HIemearrmr you e work a homer or mt. Ca6. W. ,uat. ben. eo d haupe rl ou
Sa mule ultxuht ,f W. h Thom as ten thl -e-b', and eanatloupo cerate "d I
das.and return htm. .1 R.P e..ve r A TEXAS WONDER. promptly -ww*eoI bl. rie. and I
anrk De Fn Pro1a0t shipmont on aIli
eft oa your money bsk if not iaste. ON mn beiof Mf Then as Wa roeot sipmnt on all.
ied.bt e d too defy rmpetloh -r G o S. D o n
W A Th amas k adls eyU tn hhin o d -u firaus n m 'o. iVll,8,on. Fla dawtf ... ..--7
R1limese uten i vetligate things be. grv,l eM dbaam al g" I L I I o.Issis. a rlo a a v
fre theygo I so taenm. Esan*l. fo, eeml.oea ad In. bE r. Last 4n aihA colored buy at mte R. er l nd eaem port~ : -
R seeli nd I what palml is tn lathe m aad es lg duW 0e O d. ry *o-rou jJ em in tx, clos e ontaet Is sr Os tw o Iw
II idn talse loell* Yo wlll nd LI that A- L tI i- h i m b -a w itlh the asiniw hi ).,n mt, with i r. a M t e t roar c I'
alob o ull lollow Devoer' s bs he rVu that be an Lsl saj.
Thaem oril J.lboo osit iteM s fy indls ed ash Pod. W. N1. heats. prinespal of bth WloI beW l- Wls f 1L P bU P d arou thO ae41 ,- '
rilveafi Oroed sad Hia SeboS l. one min b6t1 1 tw meath e64- et' Le as shook to doe 6d _reqesF.
left YeAsutg ftr a das *ours t 0e U Srsrato to 0 aeEM t-eir shado s alw
sa.......si a..ius Ct Le so", the *i PHM or ***t ab mark
Mii U 11 1me Ma aBrms d of Prof. So" W PHIFER BROSa., Is* SC At -!.
a L 2b in I%
show, %low An am 84 gjy1 OTHEUsgwsI^, . (.NAGIf--- g.

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~4 IWY~kJ

Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

YO XV. NO. 366


..;-- 71


*- .
itpuWitkr Wisconsin, In Orasp
e bow and Ice.


eT Car O yeem to Paralysed.
Tiiaal COant Run on Account ef
te Oewodriftb-Worst storm in that
tees i *c*e* 18.
Supelor, Wis., Nov. 29-I-he city of
O. .r aed LAke Superior have been
4 a furious wind since early

A bf~da g uf t snow accompanied
0t fio hurricane with the result.
at drift 4 to 6 feet In height ob-
srueted the principal streets. The
4tiues I tn tlkir homes are literally
sroed undrw.
'Ie street car system is stalled.
S Wres anr down a rsany directionar
Tbe steamer Cresent City is aahore
amr Duluth.
Last alght and today's storm marks
tho rst really fierce blizzard since
ad itf anything, this storm was
*vea worse than that memorable time.
Ralroad traffic Js either entirely Ius.
goeded or moving erratically and snow
tao a have been started from the dl-
Vtiiga p pts. The storm continues
Wittl ao'ain of abatement


Many Otherla In ed by Accident in
m lpor .P, a 9.-An explo.
Ali I the milari i e and ins one of
the pa*kg hOb es at the Keystone
powrdep works destroyed the entire
weri kiliUn atnne men and nlaurain
evewal others.
*Te d4ead:
JaIm Boyco, John Butler, aJmes
C mp& M. John Hamilton.' T.iowa
Wthbh, James Murphy. Prank Harrtag.
toU, John Bossl and William Sprang.
Jooeph Oalney. hip and leg broken,
probably fatally hurt.
Walter Palmer, face cut.
Edward Barker, cut in back by fly-
1r silass.
SGerle Van Wert. superintendent of
St works, eat about the face and
The body of Sprung was the only one
of the dead recovered. The top of his
Id d a one 1a were blown off. T'l
archers of te ruins are picking up
She other bodies as mall pieces.
b dnagse was done In the town.


ArMWme' Chief IEative Has Fght
a a Heo rleem.
U ttt*wkI Ark, No.. L-Charles
Jeodkv, rvito seetary to Go,.
Saor Da*via has gi out a stateieat
M e tho te et that Oe ernor Dveb

a that ermc Oapsinas Magb
WU ero e Un hoes n*7"O o
ms-ere and Jack Walker asenlted
o- ft ls rooa t a ha d wwith raws
W i remIe e a beate wh reLn

si heemer. m aorI to

i aeit tn bfr ared a
S- d etW W Ith In t -S e W-

ie n~reted. The -eaer i On e
.4* ma ea spa err a Une asaise
m1Ie ber. hso n a emadidet g
-,. -al io h, ow

iu .I I y n ser so.mi, it
.nr i ah MT ac. 1

emag e a d mesl si seeu
r s siensNa m

a err a ru u,
brrl ii ~
.II _

Great Activity in Naval Stores and
Cross Tles In T West End.
D3auna. November W--Dr. W. J.
William of Alaebhs visited friends
ber lest Solday.
O. W. Oolsam s goodetain a nice
sigElaag school here with about thirty
Prof. WileLTilus as principal and
Mi eBoeher Rutledge as his assistant
of the Oherry 7 Ik bool are doing
aniely with a large sttueadone.
Bell, 0ol0on &Opmpenay' turpen-
tiae operatorln Treaonu are ereeting
their plast *ad ouer beildlaf and are
also euttig turpetIee borm.
The farmer uan nearly all engaged
now grindingl ase, akingl syrup, su-
pr, ae*.
The eottoo rop s early all Iathqr
ed. The srop Is ti average one and
the mast of it ha been sod some few
ht'diti for better priats.
J. M. Everett left Monday for hie
amp la Lt yeWat eoanty, where he
hua a large oontret for orostile on the
J. & 8..W. Railroad. J. O Ostsn will
have charge of the eommisary de-
Hugh and Bryson Pterson left Mon.
day for Tampa to attend the Fair and
to visit relative at Dover and Sef&er.
The Baptist Sunday school voted to
have a Christma tree at the bhareh
December tth. The young folks are
already astlelpatlng a good tite.

First National Bank Will Make Ex.
tensive Alterations in Buildings.
The First National Bank hes oontem.
plated and will put into exzoeslta ex-
tensive alterations In the building now
ooeopied, the loerase in bouanes hav
ilg demanded more modern ao-
The esire froot of the bulldin will
be ter soy aud an legant plase lass
frost wl be latalled. The Interior
of the room will also be improved and
when completed the First National
will bave one of the nobbiet and most
convenient basking houses in the
Dorinl the qroreeo of these ehanges
the kart NatloIal will oeespy the
room at the orer of West Main and
Meehanle street, one door north of
the Brown Hou, offlee.


Says ludutrial dit
SFint Ever Pub
F. P. Headerse, t
Arno, is vlMIWky we
the lad-strial dies
be orders a do lop
dru. eal Soled-
sa-t tbh th ss d
so and to la-ee o
levee wil be dntr
/ey snaler to ie I
Mr. HRadewo ean
esJaa at A rm, ad
-- I the meet there
Spee grws uml t
has made Is a lofeIs

ds. dis S be

Mer. Okos mm
ber dI @ o b m

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Sprin Park 4Stk Farm Compny
aid Bunll Wig s Saood.


The Swine Exhibit at the Fair Was the
Finest Ever Beeon the South, and
Among the Moat Select Were Hogs
From Alachua O 0 ty.
The live stoek exhibit at the Florida
State Fair, upon whleh awards have
been made, is one of the best ver soen
in the South. and went to show the
rapid advaooemeat Florida has made
In this important ldustry within the
past few years. Whie the number of
battle was not so great ua in some
Northern shows, the sperlmens were
in every way nrediable, and would
have held good positions in any stock
show in the United Itate.
As will be noted, tSe Alaohoa county
exhibit made a god showli, prices
having been awarded to the Sprino
Park Stock Farm Company and to
Burrell Wiggin of Hague. Following
is the award of swine for Alaohua
eounty, wheih was IS competition as a
matter of course with the entire
State, there being tweuty-two eshabi.
Berkshire Hogs.
Aged boar. fins ad second to Wil.
liam Edwards; third to Stork Farm
No. 17.
Yearling boars, frst to Bonair Farm ;
second to dan Antonio Farm; third to
W. L. Van Duaor.
Boars under one year, first to Wil
li1m Edwards;s eood to William Ed.
Under si mosth, first to spring
Park Stook Farm Company; eoond
and third to William Edwards.
8ows--Aged sows, fnst to Willian.
Edwards; eond to Spring Park tLock
Farm Company ; third to William -4.
Yearlinleowe, first to William Ed.
wards seoood tn pring Park Stock
Park Company; thil to W. I.. Van
Under one year old. flrt to Spriao
Park eioek Farm Cjmpany ; se.mond to
toeo Farm No. 17; third to William

Ien of The Sin Beet beer two pIo old ad over,
liekd Here. Burrell Wlggit
Te merrymesi of Bet sow oe year old and under,
ll pleaeed with Barsell WiggIs.
of The See, as The premum n tho settle deport.
t sees tto hi d. mealt hav been puebhed by W. H.
wth O o bR bies, Jodge of the eahiblt. a fol.
i 41 ad i o The
ty, hoe be. Hersforde-Bull, thuye ur or over,
el lJ la dGoaias Spring Park 4iek Faem CompaIy,
ie. UOMsevUle, m; Edwad. lBrshere.
Slare PON* Osala, es--e W. b. Hederem,
s eseedd Tampa. % *brd
hly ped am- tJl, to s yan old lsade d three,
he s nas be rIII lark Osap9, I n.
StSay. a" Bell, one Iyear pdl A der three,
ipoI I-y. O_ ..
Ifo...... a. panol *"d.. *** *en.
Iend-srt-PIark0peeyi third t
seme same~e s an im le4*I'sI to* s

-"h Owl, se Iy pa a sd ovr.

If bwisI s Ce pe eo *IMs ** I ado" tre,

U0 aomM5 a w mrIe. mr.k

N-_- .. .- -k iniim g ind. Dr. I.
A-Iso I tm to s ro" n

Nip" em OmemaP IoeaI eto ea rl"

or is- som I*d puds"1116
O- I

Sf S L r be Deft Mamie-Noy
Jr. wW am V. WM ig4"
IOW do mi ni iSof "Meam
S~~, At

Park Company; third to San Antouio
took Farm.
Beet set under one sir, firnt and
smond to Spring Park Company ; third
to San Antonio Stock Farm.
Produ e of eow, first to Spring Park
Company; seoand to Edwards Broth.
era; third to United Land Company.
Bet group Florida railed cattle not
Ime than li month, fBrt to Z C.
Chamblis & Co ; seound to Spring
Park Company; third to Edwards
Brohe n.
Pair, bull and heifer, under two
years, to hamblise & Co ; second to
spring Park Company; third to Ed.
wards Brothersn.
Best and largest individual eolle-
tion of short horn cattle of five or
more, tinr to Chambtl* and Co.
am e colleetlon of teirefords, first
prise to spring Park Company.

Pointed And Eloquent Lecture at Sec*
ond Advent Church.
The Lilv Oak Daily Democrat of
Tuesday, November 28th, has the fol.
"The leeture on lr. Martin Luther
at the Advent ohuroh on Sunday night
by Dr. F. A. HoltshauIen from Witten.
berl. Germany. was well attended and
listened to with rapt attention froin
start to finish.
"The chief aim of this leature is to
Impress upon the old and young the
greatness, the glory and the power of
Individual soul liberty. It was pointed
out as the keynote of all truoand ever
increasing progress of the &a s past,
and the Magua Charter from every
form of bondarg individual and ration.
"Th Iecturer declared Moon, Jesus
and Luther to be the ohief emanelps.
tore of the human raee. lie made the
Son of Mary and of (lod the oentr of
liberating power.
"This lecture cannot fail to be pro.
duetive of great eorlie wherever it
may be given, for it brings Informs.
tion. illumination and Inspiratin to
all who have the privilege of hearing
it "

Only Two Casea Tried Vesterdas and
Both Prisoners Convicted.
Yesterday was a dll day in the er.
emil court, only I o eases having boee
dilposed of.
In the morning the ase of the rStat
v. Robert Cook, rape, Ie anlod.
Prisoner arraigned &ad pleaded at
guilty. Jury srwor, evideee 1ad ar.
luier submitted, sad the wdi r.
earned of ogulty with remmieedatIe
to merely.
Ia theo fteroua the ese of the
Sfete vs. J. M. Whblttegrnd lafse,.
was tried, the jot briglal g I a ver-
dst of stloy. *
Th rndy beIol Thsal ivIgl. the
eoun edjarned util Friday aftr.
oeeOu at Soele


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Sea0 cmm so, elophone Cempeny
msehspea Swvoes.
The ~4line Ia# gots40661sh
m SIIUY~oee Iwcompany. whih
ba bs Is eecs oreu as fe a sh ps
be aeet. wrn Wednesday incsni
00g8osaciwith Nmpeec OWd sanver
inesawpewere tranmalued between
usvlaaflo e and 6beepaInt. The Se
lope im ulme e tba d wepb efi a

A -A.DbodesnadUSIMePOS SaOW ed
she w 0'.O44wis"
Lrl ewIndwls rim *$ed
WedeeatI am sthe poeubsimh u

001r a. mo show ar fter

"aa SOr n.e
MMentsel. Neddk -Jeinw X.
OaW~. tgo Aibaft am"Lie
*am OVINA ham
corn chew I5




Demands Are Made That Men
Be Given Work.


Workmen Seek to Compel Employerl
to Reinstate Their Former Empl ys
at an Advanced Wale-4ituatioR Un
changed at *ebastopol.
St. Petersburl. Nov t9.-.be wort
men's counell threatens the country
wlit. another gtuiral strike to compel
the employers uC it. PetersnurI who
locked out about ,O.000 men yester
day to reopen their doors.
The n;en had refused to return to
work under the old conditions. The
de:,rgl~ta nave been dispatoied to eit-
leI in the Interior to aseertain whether
they will support the movement.
ientilutiou is causing many work.
rawn here to turn aalnast tie atgtators.
Hiring the Inut strike actual star
vatlon prevalle.l. The men had battle
tiouey to buy food or bury the ded.
1 .irer wer,' eases of workmen r
nminIlu naked in bed at home having
pawned every stitch of clothnla to re
leve hunger o( their families aad them,
sItuaton at Sebnetepl.
Rcliatopeol, Nov. 1t,-/m tlomelmlt
allnwe% the nIttiouas lsalors to ar.
renlter expire today., TIhe omsal o
the crulaers Ohultoff whose erw m1
tinted. has bees aumed by LActte*
ant schedt wo waa danmlaeed roe
the servloejM Uouat of hla srol
tltomry ten dtLes .
'Th town counll has asked for help

to uis the city.

ffeet ef Japla R.eMti W*P"fli*
Washlangon. Nov. I,.-4t Is beUtW
In diplomatic clrcles here tat tbO'
cent war between Japan ald ltwie
has had no little to do with tl rei t
atiludle of the sailtan I arjY the it
rlwaen power'. It hI a well know
rfar that Turkey has watched the war
wlh the greatest lotoreat. Japsa aad

'nTrke y are no strangrs to eRc.s other.
fhr In reCeat years the two soverelgas
rave rehasafrte presen'. and espree
aloe of good will. The Turkleb aew.
papers and the T rkleh pubhli opinion
favored the Jnaan* ratmse from the
betgslall. Naval sahoritles here sI
preeaeJ the opialon fhat I he Turbk
weo have oean trlan4e fairly well by
Oemra and Prreac. offirwra. can 4*
fend Iab entrear to the sea of ME.
Oora with a aomd hope of ucweg.

Wae a IMI eM eowelt,.
Now York, Nov. --A cable dig
pteni to the Herald from IkeUia ay
tbat ow nl to ie bsrts of iataetl
p.Mr)oMna a meeaIn baa bees at
raaed to Berlin betwea eMrr tl .
Iber maaasa| director of t HeIberg.
Amerts IIc e. aed W r. WelrW d, a"
elair OrVedar t0ae orf tS
UoyJ. amd evera other ofle M
both IronpkAe, whe k matlM I

trM m rke* ft It s puro d iam
Ine1asj a ireei et aW si melnei
1ie d46tete will be refeed I to rl

AIts" t nds. Us. FlWw a
Y~ r son 'Si MaInJ) vIa, ~ r
U. t&"eslre of oft 00,
ma chq n th eseema of Webs
lob. p. vow~
rwu reler whr hoP bad pwehaae4
awW n Be Wba 'e

lI li rn. 14h repIn
"oftm ea-AaN

is moo
the *of oaesw.


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SOURT Scott's Emulsion is not
Sa "patent medicine." It
C*u W on Ws Diposed of has no secret ingredients.
g.; -i y y Vld Proe. Your doctor can, no
Doubt, tell you as much
I AVYO TN~50oNTY EXPENSE about it as we could. We

S-The;e"a Wrer for Doing Business have merely perfected the
I Kh 4 License, and Upon Pay- method of blending the
sev 'gn Oo.ts in Each Case-One Norwegian cod liver oil,
o iir* OCasNot Prossed. hypophosphites of lime
T days Daily Sn. and soda and glycerine.
A T-1ewanuit court convened for th and soda and glyce
SWeek at 9 o'clock Monday morn As one grocer will blend
l Hiae Honor Judge Will. presidliug coffee better than another
1eberiff returned the ventre f e have succeeded in
juors summoned, and the following
jary was sworn and empmnelled for the making Scott's Emulsion
Sw eekr. r a little better than any
J..W. E. lish,1. V. Frslak, 0 D.
1*Rehes. 1. O.beser, 0. 0. Fletcher, other cod liver oil pre-
W. W. Avers, o M. Mu.on, Alex paration. There's no
S ow, J. A. MKlintry, Alex. Avers,. patent" and the only se-
,." B al. d D. A. Boberso. oe
A large somber of parties were ar- cret is the secret of know-
Sai d u opon a *barge of doing busi. ing how, with the per-
,W ,without a license, but were nol 0
oulldupon payment of the oo, fected mechanical means
he leaving the time and expense of at hand to do it. Get
,rylag toe eae. before the oort. Scott's and you et the
4.a hothee of the Slate vs. Chas.
lWkler, bbarged with murder, ease nol perfect emulsion, It's the
asjfsd for good and sullolen.eause. greatest thing in the world
SThefollowing oas ame be"for th for regaining strength and
S lte T. Jamea Henry, murder. flesh lost through wasting.
S rioner was brought Into open court, T B oW E, 4Prl .w York.
as imned and pleaded not guilty. _, ,9rk
;ftgoa vs. Dorsey Holmes, selling liq-
r no a dry ooucny. Prsonerarraign-
ad and pleaded not guilty. Jory sworn Ex-Lieutenant Tillman of South Caro.
d rr went to trial. Verdict return- a o Attedin ourt.
ed of guilty.
S ate vs. Oharley Roberts, selling Amonl the prominent visitor. to
G laneville this week is Hon. James
iO)ni a drrycuntd yd pladd c ount H. Tillman of Edgeflld, 8 0., who is
il fy. Juory sworno ad oue tried, here for the purpose of defending
with veierdt iof gaJlt la both oooed. ems Henry, charged with border.
;. ate Julius WashinEou, sollle Is seeompanled by hi briht little
I qer a dry sonony. Prisoner r nephew, George Tillman Bailey.
ulIped sad pleaded ml guilty. Jury Few mea In the Palmetto Stae ore
"' : l enaO wmo to trial, boat afr more widely known or more popular
* sorle wee Uaken & than James H. TillIns, who bau bad
ade peed, nasit was oona there was the hoeor of serving his people la tho I
E 0-L"-rlvdM 1io o ooiet1 Io 0llh posion of hutoutaol-govrornr.
i I .41 l, sf kbao .(eaolems pomen d of slt
BadI e. Jle Heary, ohIard hospitable otherm sateor whleh is
w .A rrI or atod bty able bebad to made friends anywhere Bad
Ml.ola Jams Hy ll ime. He to reprodd as of the
IN g' IeM b. o. A ore ablawyarslm n his tate, Gad sptaks
mOf I3dDM. a .ie of aM ll bol la o most Intematlan mansser.
S ooIplmt defetd hi. ol. Tillman paid OGaleville a v'sl
een e: Tn ee do frthedor hbeim b In the Lo pria, upon which Oseson bhe
ehI h e oor, am adjouroment M w mor. de many friends. "I tblnk olina
n tieRl o'dlok Turseayt aoro il 4lles one or the pretltes towns I
dl mor have ever mo," he remarked In the
; Pro penpltl indlatlons the court lobby of he Brown Houo to a party '
S i ;Ui uostuo until the latter part of frtised Monday ol hs. "I so muc ad-*
o wee k, s I large number ofp lse mire your brad. beautiful areas
S m yetl o be disposed of. and lreets, and your grand, stately
e________o old oaks.o-s o of which mat b ave
DEATH OP AGED LADY, been here for agoe. I note, also a big
improvement las the building up opf
Mrs. Mari Parrith Paued Away at Her your town, which alone s ample v l.
Heme Nar Hage Sunday. deoe of th te hrift and energy of yoor
MrN. Mart Pard, mother, of P. A. people."
Pah o, diWd atShr home ear Hague Col. Tillman has assooiatd with
O-fa)y o old ar, him ia the ehsl referred to Astorny
la the doth of thls noble oabarselr Robert E. avrlo of thl. cly and it ia
Atshea eeaty loeoo probably its most needless to add that It ie a good tam.

aG ed reaidat. sihe was nearly a
tiry d. ad has lived lI Ala
aoilty for half a oetory. Onae l
4t nlg feature of her life was the
Sthathe wasa hool gIrl aboat I
tee years of aae In Augusta,
wha Ge Oneral LaFayette the fa
Fr ek general, paid his luat vil
the Uilted Stat8 and was prows
the reeptio teodered that dl
uollhed soldier and stateuman
' AgiEt, (h.. also wItnseeing the
Stary paade upon that oeoauion
we la the year 1836. and she reo

oen. No Case of Pneumonia on Reerd
ter* We do not know ofa leo11 litalae
S whola a oough or eold resulted Ia
roar p0eomo0la or eanelmptlon whoea Fv
0.. loy's Honey and Tar had beeo takea.
mone It ear eo *egh and olds por"eely.
i so do not takse hbane* with ohsoe *a-
as Ia known preparation whih may eoatalc
stin. opatl whleh ause eounsrpatloa, a
in ondlloo tall Nutards recovery froe
mil. I a old. ak for IFoly's Hooey ad
Tar and Afoee any sobettute olared.
Thi J. W. MnCoAlum A (Co
DOm. I

bn the Imlaelni distinctly up tupo the' Dth of Walter A. Davis.
Mess of hot death riwade in this cily of Walte r. .Di.
The do .d a dCYo v ou I Ch ris. V*s II I to leavr of be death of
lM, a member of Ih Haltitoat (hurth his i0101O-yeald sme. Walter Allier
O OrN1b11l0d ditthe ltch r (`'reek n jDario,. rblb oe "hs Um
eSOMotyMYMoods afternn. and the 1 home ti his presto. jeeks"0vle. bA
timoral Wa slarsol attendedd unlay b Th death wee a parselelarly
T. Sean tends sympathy to thesadat&.gloe thelittle fellow fella
bereelet IM of hew bigl a maa"d eg, MAd
4L S rkans Teti, ieAfteqr Foos decd fuhm hydrophobia. The.immral
I was h*bd &Seay. rflood estond os.
.. sfarlsl, resympathyto the benrevd p.
0. S). 111aftafte of Crlisle ('1vajoS
Y., oilea "'Aboutfouryear* ao "
Wr otnM NOUtng ist&I hadt woeson.j Pirating Foley' n KOMIand Tor.
dluelon" of alove" kidney trouble' leiy A(CO.. eChigag.s. uiltsilat
VY tking eSohM* two buu btlesof o .. Hoey atl d Tatr s o a ha t mrad in
U11111 my MW I. It 91110017stopped remedy. sad anmasosat of the Stoat
** brisk OM loiosm sad lpale and merit isad populamrity Fowle's Bmey
qwtom ml d mq digrease dicsp-. amid T Ta~r m Imateas lsoan ge
pMWed.I aM 411116tO M5that I hatefor ebe gesmmis.This"ee wion halln.
"M Ms. ,dS 1" M d mNo of thawe action hare silar smmilag eamns
q4400 lu g 0 6110101' that hit:Beware of theo. Thgam I*-
ebp~dIO~jeIWO toso'Han "A Tw is is a powS
mr~lrslwr, ~ t d bor'rluw~-16.ov slit ~-
B 9* e fto.ls t hk the bm
SII OWd L. W. 3
Tiff ~~Y ok~r~Y~~C

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COTTrOi oaOWdAr.
Call For a Gnrl Organization In All
OMton Stato.

The bam Iland eottoa growers of
Georgia a=d Florida met lan convention
at Valdoeta, Ga., on November 28rd,
and perfected a permanent organiaa.
tio as a brapeb of me Southern Cot.
ton Grower*s Aaociation.
In order to thoroughly perfoot die-
t ric and soooty orXenisatlons of grow-
era of Sea Island cotton it I urged
that local meeting be hbld in aoh of
bhe mllitis districts to Georgia and
voting preelaoot Is Florida on the first
Saturday nl December, for the por-
pose of eleting from two to e dele-
gate in each district or preohnot to at.
tend the souay meetings to be held at
all oonty seats or other eonveolent
place in aid goonty, on the seeond
B torday nl December for the porpose
of perfeeung 0ooaty orglsasatlons.
It Is highly Important tha these
meeting be bld as called for, In or-
der that the Sea Iland Cotton Aso.
elation may be fully perfected as the
earlless possible date.
All county organizations that are
perfected o the second Saturday in
December should promptly notify F.
0. Schell, Seeretary Sea Island Cotton

Orowers' Asoolatioo, Lake Butler,
Fla., with fall list of of oers elected
and the names and postoflee addresses
of all members enrolled.
Constitotioua, by-laws and other lit.
erature will be finished upon appli-
cation to secretary ur president of the
association. HARVRr JORDAN,s
President. Atlalnt, Ga.
F. 0. SCHtLL,
Secretary, Lake Butler, Fla., Sea
Island Cotton Aeociation.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury,

As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system woba entering it
thrconh the mesoos sorftse. Boch atr
ines shoold never be used ozxopt on
prseriptions from reputable physle-
lans, a the damage they will do Ia ten
fold to the goel you na possibly de.
rive from them. Hall's Catarrb COre,
manofaosured by F. J. Oheney Co.
Toledo, 0., eoalns no merry, and
io takes Intersally, otling direlly
upop the blood and muo ous rfaem of
the arse. Ia buying HaU's Oausr
OtM be eroWoats the emnioce. It
l take lastermall l ad made la Tole-
do, Ohio. by F. J. Obeoey A Oo. Tee.
Umosnlal fura.
lSold by dro ists. Prie Toe per bot-
Take Hall's Family Pills for somotl-
paloe ____
I trobhar Home Sold.
The elegant trobbar home ona ast
OCurehkreet hba bee sold, R. B.
Liviagiton belong the porebaser. This
bome is one of the hbaadomeot and
mot modern la the city, and is most
iolrably loased. Friends of Mr. Liv.
onsloe are ooearatelaltln him upon
his new pomeneion. It Is understood
that Mr. Livlagsoa ad family will
oeoupy the premisles a short time.
A Diosatrmw Calmity.
ItIs a disastrous ealai when you
loseo, r health, beaoee Indigelatto
a4 eoollpatloe hbae Upped is away.
Prompt relief ea be bad In Dr. Ktla
New Life Pills. They bWid p your
ldeelive oirasa ad mn behadabe,
limlsess, selle. eoemlpatle, ete.
oamanued at all drng Mora lie.
Puneiol of Ol u dism.
The federal of Car Brloto, the
ouonl uasn who died Safrday. was
bald from the rel deao Pothweet
alneOville, at 10 o'olok Selidy morn.
lap, Rev.& B. Rogers of the Flat
Baptlet Obareb oloestles. The later-
mest was la i.rgreein emetr, aad
a larpe member of seereloan frtond
eaeompaaled the kremae so their laeN
If t~e ibvis Outsting Teoe
Be oere adsethat lI amnd well.-
tried remestdy. iMi, lr o boeth.
-eg Spre er ehalim eas atie. It
aheeas the sid. soles a n s,
hilae all p ilm, em d ieNs ee d is
he bes meto shedian Twue.
av.e a 111 a b11e4.



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Be" bw one ofi."*aef
t t f m
w, "Mu PM

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Pfm Sod tr Iat, I) lwn,UiBf o aM( ud Blrck w, Cldr, it
Wrie for prDoee Os aUd bo se aWr n o sold. but mont be reurmd.

Coming Rig t to te Point

Ocala House Wine Rooms,.

Ocala, Florida.
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savo~h I a Give hft et MM be"* IB
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Mrs. Potts Tells How Women Should
Prepare for Lotherbood


meun peaensl aui *eo4 Balliard
bSow Lialmet for rboae stlem ad
patle. I think It t he bees liimeat on
amh." l"e,Mu ndIt. So by W.
W. Johaea.
A Promtoin Viest.

olee ad other good thing.
S 1iggs Liver a Fee to A te n.
Youo easot aeempikh erf meeh
If your liver i Ineesve,. as you feel
dull, year eye am heavy sad slight

ezrton! eahana 7. (wMo o AS.
ANMeaSheFrail$, to yrup srnlakie th liver
pw ViMiSNo thin 07 leerday was wed bekwand mahe ou Iofeel bwrit
'CleI Roml M eIkOItm0llla, 8 aOd aeSITe. One.u I&alSv Fruit
wwoberof 60 arm of &he Ssagaw.SYM a onw p o
ye1.5. sd Montues COMiS9well knewn a eatso sa"e. Orta. is mere
001. deves-ulw" k voll in "Moopitlsorf o eiary ear.
mflhlu" Ofles Shret th Stemo. Mo. mbsesr on. 3. WJ. Me
baIng e beidea""w "th r 08,1 e Ml. ll C o 0.
- dae asp far uy YM me
um Ow SIft io Sla ftof he "Go I* OIL
@pOutigal" Ow w" ods dabin011-AstOwshe eiso of tbe Uindwo Ed..
to Sebe doom* B"MoolAM IMa*00. 1006"galysde~rs
wift"SOMP"I Of doslow se- a"doura eIhm se Glew e Mamsof
Mshgft mo WM sunadmfebbswdo w of*' thi aay m. ~apsia memb~
P"e M ~ 0.i~u h I bwbyOMI I wosf ims@*,bwa pShe Om.WLs
= 49" 6e=. e" "W"Ue aempes=is now" oasme sof
usedbeiew A ewor Nwr t0e S&. themWam ftmo""adsae" is ha lee'
*---- et OS on ei. A Wa OWada
Few mm -a ain. am mean Sbm..1me. ___

Mode f lP o ~w am S Sah fl
AIL. "Ow No Iv I Ve at.
-ad dw im AWI dM 1W ad am*
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AwM lFate of Annie Nelson at

imW b~w Omrbod %to &M bind Its3 3 7~~LE
besa paort w efSb o *"Iys 9. e 0 Ne" w'
weaiPo o e bimurW.pmedsm I. g S LCdDIN?. SPROLASI AND JNDUMN1'7T lr44VXA.'VUR, A",
1ra mA sa a r of D 4e ep"e

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5" T Iw ede0" Owasm eI&*eJo aoo e m am sHe be a
SM mW. lb. Lead Ib Ia e bee. em e d~ues sla

She inee-ee IS trrrl
ac---r Ado" lamd seems rbu of empolif
ft" piesei poolof 4 besn~eleU. H.


TLmat Piace Saturday eight The dar;; .t s'.qys of huieand and
____ wife are when they come to look for-
ward to childleem and lonely old ag.
TWO HOUSES WERE DESTROYED Many a wife has found herself Inca-
pable of motherhood owing to a dis-
The Heat Was So Intense That Those placement of the womuh or lack of
strength in the generative organs.
Who Were Aware of the Presence
of theWoman in the House Were
Unable to Rescue Her.
Wade. Nov. 28.--aturday morning
about 2 o'clock ore stored to a house
-owa d and occupied by Austell Nel-
som sad Annie Nelson, colored, also
known as Anlnie Childs, and in less
than ten minutes the house and also
another boom used for a restaurant,
were burned to the ground and Annie
.Nelson perished in the fire.
The woman, about 86 yearn old. had
aind that night it is supposed she took
an overdose and in throwing the cover
of herbed while laying on it, she threw L A Au 'Pots
It on the lamp, which wa setting close
to the bed, strting the fire. Help Frequeat okblad dlatr ig
p ains, ecompaled by ofhlalve dW
responed immediately, but owing to charges ad generally by irregular
be beat no one could get close enough and scanty meamtruatioa Itdlmte a dis-
to the woman to give any aid. In try- element or serve degenertion of
ing to get to the door she must havr The wombad urroundbo
been overcome by the heat and fell ta how ta a woman who her some lo-
SOver her lewing machine. Her whole male trouble bear healthy ehldron?
boJy was burned except the backbone Mrs. AnnaPotts, of 510 Prk Avenue,
and skull, and the remains were .bur- ot Springs, Ark., writs:
MrDowr Kra. Platha:-
S ed saturday afternoon. Durl n iieln at my married le
S There beingnosign of fool play an wdelastlr at hiothm lhsbead
I WM wee's mx m o aohroI d to ibl our

inquest was deemed onnecessary. home, nbt Ih d two m=a"rrig1, aud cold
The woman also lost some money not eurry a M to maturity. A ehor
and about $150 in household Rood#. 'b b Idbmcd by Lydi .o t Pn thams
Vegetble Oompnmnd iid ae so try IL.I
Sdid o ad ooa ft that I was grown
METZ-HAILE. straugr, y A and baksc ba Il
me, Ihad no more bearing-own pais, aad
felt like a new woman. Within a year I
'An Early Morning Marriage of Two behu te mother to a stro, healthy
Popular Young People. child, the oJ Of our one. Lyd Z. Pink
ham's Vqinuek Coenpound l aetlnlya
Oa Tuesday morning at half.pst six srptdid r ndy, aad I wi evnr wr.an
o'clock there was a wedding at the whbowanUttobemo amotherwould tryit."
home of Ms. Rachel Haile, Sooth Actual sterility In woman is very
rare. If any woman thinks &he lster-
Arredondo street, the contracting par- ie, let her try Lydia E. Pikham's
ties being Mrs. Haile's accomplished Vegetable Compound and writ.to Mra.
daughter, Miss Elisabeth Serena, and Pidkham, Lynn, Maau. Her advioe i
Mr. Thomas Groom Mets of Wilming. ree to expectant or would.be motheSe
ton, Del. The ceremony was performed.. .
ina most Impressive manner by Rev. THE NEWS FROM MELROSE.
Thoe. P. Hay, of the First Presbyterian
SChureb. The affair wa1 a quiet one, That Lively Burg is Rapidly Filling With
only the immediate family, the min Northern Visitors.
later and his wife, being present. Melrose. No. 27-The town is fil.
Immediately after the ceremony the log up rapidly with visitors. Newly
party partook of a wedding breakfast, registered at the Huffman Houe rre
when they were driven to the station reis. aud Mit 14lar, Maunh Chunk.
aid took the train for Sr. Aogustine ,p.; Mrs 0. Y. Barker and Miss M.
and points oa thbEsst COoat. After : Barker, PittRfeld, Mass ; Dr. W. P.
few days' honeymoon In Florida, they Glover, ( er, Gs.; 8. Carnae. VI.
will proceed to Wilmiugton, their tfu. nn., Or.; J. 0. M)cDnald, latterson,
tore home. N. J ; Chas C Hudon., Coicinnati.
Mis Haile is one of G(ainesville's 1Ohio; C W. Rogrs, Live Oak; J. B.
loveliest and most popular daughter. MeDonald. Jacko,,rnvs (other ar.
She wasa leader in oeiety, and will be I rivals fr te winter are Mr ard Mrs.
greatly mised by the joong pociely E. J. Whitehead. New Haven, Conn.
folks. The groom is a very popular S. R. Jerkins and family have moved
young man, and stands well in he 'to the Wolf cottage on itarke road.
eommuaity in which he resides. He The Alert made a special run on
holds the responsible position of chief Wednesday wih twenty barrels and
ele r to the president of the Pensyl. forty-three rates of oranges and tan-
taala Railroad. geriee shipped by 0. C. Husband.
The Sea, with ether friend, e exsr e At a speesil council meeting held on
eagratolatioan, with the wish thas November 20l), J. Noble was appoint.
their married life may be one of con. ed asesant tows marshal.
Stiaed, undisturbed happiness. A. MeN. Page brought in a flne rat.
BeSt Limt tien t ake meassrig five feet, eight
Bat Linkment on Earth. I ,.
I inclhles. with eleven rattles.
Henry D. Baldwin, uperiatendent a A jolly erowd of the yoong people
Oity Wateraorkb, Sbullsabar. Wise, took a straw ride out to A. Prtie's oe
writes: 'I have tried may kinds of Friday, ad report haviln had a lovely
liaiments, bet I have ever revived time. with a beautiful espply of ease
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Special Agent of the Rural Mail Routes
Arrived Tuesday.
From Wtdnesdayj' Daily Sun.
,pec ,al Airent Brlttii of V. rlie rd
Sthtve P at sffie Depanrt, nt'. wh I 1
cl: ,rg rile ural n alsi r,,. n hit t *,
State, arrirvd Toueday. andl in the at.
ternoon, in company with Mailing
Cl-rk Btnj T. Arnnv,. made a trip
over proposed Role No 2. which will
soon be established. .1r Britten went
order and mapped oat thi4 route pre*
liminarily everaldais ago, and came
this time to establish a final and per.
manent line. The route will be in a
.outhweterly direetion along the Sea. PERMANENTLY CURIO
board Air Line, and will comprise a 4)W-MM f M 0 M
round-trip of about thirty miles, 0Ng
which will give all perso, r aloon the OOVWN ~ AN D
rooted the benefit of a daily mail *ig DO NOT DELAY
tlmne a week. The service is bound to Untl the drain n your system produce permanent disaMulty. T hAbooe
prove of great benefit to the public, ee.* b th- hinery a ondrulsyste of tubs and oells. Tb havegood
peclally the trookesL. he th t t be kept in good order. A COLD is oonsideredoM a Imper
-to yM at t was known by It's proper name of threatt lnflaml p t
VEGETABLES ARE MOVINt. o th lung Its dangerous charator oId be
t ,a odd makes Its appan e, use at ona e tallasf e 1U i n
Thi Swhction ing Lt, l spodtits overcome it.
This Section Sh n Lettuce. Bens W COUGH nd GOUP Require Prompt Action. SNO
and Peas-Prices Good. UINI NT *ppt l to the throat and oheet gives wondertm l rtI w
The movement of lettuo*, peas anUd rapil to the ieatpb
beast is reported from this setiloon, P iVELY CUR WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP.
and already several nice shipment
have been made to the Northern mar. a Bdm T POR CHILDRENI
kets, where good price, have been ao rruead 4ad4I tthe as elwatoWae ra oroup, coullaul
realized. Mk yet Uarew auItM I s 1teeea kto a u am qloUlw owes

seem to thrive better, and are of a u.
period quality. He states that, from SOLD AND 0oir Em NDMoo Y
blhi observation la various sections of "W. 3 O M TSOXT, aC iZxiesl 13.1 e.
the State, the Alaehua county letluec,
so tar as fineness and quality it ocon.SI _
cerned, is far ahead of anything. He
predicts that Alashua county lettuce
will bring a higher price than any
other in the markets. W e a g
o,,..,,o..h.,.t.. We Are Now Rle
Venable & Swearingn, Naval Stores TO QUOTE PRICES AND SUBMIT SAMPLES OF
Operator, Have Dissolved.
There ha oeoerrid a change in the
business of Venahle & Swearingen,.
manufacturers of lumber and naval
etorce, Kr.oapsba. Mr. Sweariln n
having purchased the interests of Mr.
This fltm hasbeen enabled in bosi. -r Men, W m en d i
neo for the .past year. during which
time they have been very suoeeaerul.
Their posseossons comprise a large tr (:LrrY evOrything rfi lyt~*t-to.war an all
raert of timber, a ni dern sawmill and
a naval stores plant cOriert will Ire(eiv' rlt't)liipt 1tt1 l Mr. Swearlngea will continue the
business, while Mr. Venable will go to < -
Sampson City, where he is enraged in
the naval stores bolnesw with W. J. ALW AREMEMBE

Son Lost Mother.
('onsumytion runs in our family, 1. We send gonl byy eXirt4, C. O. D. sIubject
and through it I loot my otherr" to extaninutillol [M'oret ac'cptling
writes F. H. eid of Harmony, Me.
"For the pat fie years, however, on '.' VW henll two ()1' tIhre tyleM Of garmlentr
the slightes sign of a enough or cold, I for Feltc't iOll.
have takes Dr. Kilg's New Discovery
for Consumptios. which has saved me :1. Ve allow o10 I r Ctllt dic ultlt, ftr camh,
from erioos long tneble His moth. except O CODn)trfac gOOs.
her's death was a ed loe for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that lag trouble muss
not be segleeted, usa how to eure it.
Qalkeet relief aNd ere lor sougha I
hd eolda. Priee S00 and t100; gear.,
ateed ar all drag tores. Trial bo1. *
rrisge Licenes. TU H. WANUM IL
M..*P TIE INT01L l ll~ UIU iUl
Within the puet S daysl His Honor
Judsg Maeoa has lied lieenee to
wed the following ..... .i
1 bo. i. Mets and Ellsbeth terlna
HaleI We-lter AAder seR nd MLg M
ie Mesill lI hrla Datel.8 ad Leil
Foeld,; Joseph Willies sa4l Maria
Dies JeI MrCn ad Rom Wr RALTY COMP
na. (Inoo m-tps***Sdi
"-arti. p**a. E. E. VOYLE. MOR.
Rheamntinm. ln. h aid i.alUe' AbelMoe a TitUe sad fell IfarimMM hrmeaed reardiag lends ia b
pamiM yel so snh pesesMaltag tSe.* meaty. Oor maager vs leedle to hin mas iirtny years -i
earn aorf tln a ew I laonE It tl Uth*ro'luy neseaM witU h d bsutis.
pemsesrete to ta* tMnere iad Im, .**


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atWek S tI a year; s
ri l Niglek copies, be. -
*' Anstsrxp BRATrs:
jleySoemente, 16 event a ii
aod 10 cents for each adi

advertisements for thr
S moanthe r( pecal rae
eibd upon application.
rad Death notilo insert
tasrie, 5 ounts a line.
Or' O Lsnao Lim.
n and the Thbre -Waok
S L ..) WorlJ oy ecar.........c$1
ky M t oai"r yr.. 1
H* '* k ara J l one year. 1
Bv te a s *d the semli.Wokly
STltaPnlo ona year........ 1
S 0W' wiel not aOpS stamps of
SmidBatiD tlon than 2 atsoo.

SThe yellow feter epidemie at Pens
is Mi to have oes the Sta

,A A cyoI al u editor remarks thl
y/'I, exu ea lents end happily an
Ssm la isterrIs,.
tore the iMny bloslogs w bavo em
'.Jqgd the Pt plr and our freedo
; ,fe anay calsilty dfalefortoau of
,Iess asutere. Gainesvile should b
M et rai tlsLhakfl.'
A ma will squader 1 treaiong hi
B. I Ind i a alo mand then go hbo
a, ad o told his wife for beyll she bob
:' pair of 91 et 0shoe at a bearg

A kw thas bu k nh- dlSdeals for
as ftto obsla drink o that he to with
s o. o "* ob a art of bt b tImk
h' lp little. Ho IH buy methln
S0 1 1 family wb f tyill fa better.

of 9h$ c ity, Mb A theM&a
I:" le'P Mhsi khm mib r d fot to.
mits "~Ual fremW 8 o 40 days i

be S preo e toert of thoe Uni
yal. hes refued to interfere la th
SofN Mer. Bell Rogers of Vermont
SMiw esr o leted of murder M bher hus
S and and sedteawd to be hoog, and I*
1s l istk that mnothinl an save he
te' bleg wieatod on Dooamber 8tb
'IT Tampa lhir, aown ua the rlof
Ms MMIdWtlterutsae lr. los- to
Ad OaN o-of She e t es tlbitions of
., Ir tde stW Ulis ltk aevr befon
11* Me0l.al, the 1it tr will beo sII
Ig lrte, asnt en soe snoate t the U.
e that iS advaclaog more rapldlj
tn Florilda.

We ar Isn r mlp of I)nquest letter
trfO paries Ioquiring abnet real o
e l nl Atash seob en oaty, and some ol
k the w a ree men who ran
84a1 SWo o I o i regard to the
S prtieo frue Aitst o the oity si
f" Cmaig t ds a bet as we do aot habv
the Uime to write letter to all of them
a nd p py otag on the same, we sit
ply oad les of Theb So, eoa thy eas
oo who are the man who have proper
t for sale. There may bo o(heb wh
aO property they woould lik* o dis
p0eoft, bet a tht do aot make the
(Its keL we reftn from umentio
i t-A- 1- --ro -ro fL- ull
ag their name, lees we might opSad
them. If poe want to take advantage
c tUbelqtlries, put a small odvr
ti. eoo i la Th tn.kr

Te sae cold w*eter ti the
bM. whit appeared qulte early thi
-f, has b s the mes of stanli
S~~1tstethsad they are al
tow nesm. for the be bsefhl
Z==hbltUeMllasse has "hows
gBIbisp aste is meat delight.
at MUiMise. Tbhe eaUer os
and"1 b~l so aso weN
t-Aey@b With a eas
g e Je ~The shows
. *a MaSift aate -

as d at the
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ft ALAoMA NTH it rAN. .
Halt ;117. ainot ht.,.
:boB, .lt.o @i<~ D SEASON 1
m, to Al aehos coosty's exhibl(t ---- -
oIS a.irs wH b Wte apthe i4 t Thing for Every Perion-the Right Price for Every
"One of sboeskm"Isla), IP well tw
one of the most 8itIdtie bhibit s Call and inspect our lini before buying elsewhere.
ohe stahe mot* atri h tis i obit s r-t
-, .,*e p ;s-o CH ES foJ
R, r.' I S ,'*,,,, BROOCHES od SCARF PINS
Aolnd"styn.litsoiawith id Fancy Enameled. Set with ing and Gold Filled. RONwe
ton ditl 0. Wh gtse, di d, pearls, opalse ad other Roman gold; set with
its In 0eosb1n l ad410 sme b;t t n ll d i d. 'i st oones. toso. A full ine of Baby Pin tones.
Ili grear t ldustrlshtbl, and will 'o"q4e
tionHbly reweir edw reeoualtion l tbe TS ol*d 0 old na Prin or CHAINS LdltW hed
.riaioidGo'd Pteoruttons "' or CHAIN Ladies'si"d
awardingaof prices. E Cuff 0Buttons tn so 1 10
ine "A pr ctiet demonstratien of the with il dlil4, ee0. Bolid jold, terJing silver and gold goette neck chains, vest
di- linal ofa9ot n le ives wipti thi e ft b. ::' iled.' ry par guaranteed. single and double. Fobe

booth. An d elosamsiestheoer n pw kods of chains.
be forsheopertloof lretoo( on o. CHn. '",."
ning 8 XIslornd sotf au It should be G ntlem
ed done is so easy task dod not as simple ..A.. l.
o people enrally suppose. To gin
eatoo lo an sd have ft ample well We have in stock for the Holiday trade a beautiful line of Ladies' and Gentlemen
Is to havthe wask done en a machine* 0 i ;a, I
S. to hSo try oed p.Olble. iAne Watches, which will be a pleasure to show you if you will call.
that Is as nirsly porefgt a possible. ,.
U "The mabhino e that eo. exhibitIon
at the Fair Ih the rwoloftb emechn. SI LY RW AR E CLOCK LTI S '
78 lcFl NlQ of a hcltisn.of IOsITlIIe, >WAR CLOCKS NOVEL I ES
l0 James Dol, who Workedl ef t lyfre in 1, ndiSotlods I r Bro'. Of every deeription. Also WI. Sterling Silver, Ebonyanod 8tat.
so James Doll, who eorited o, tes in 18er iiodn r ub .. Boo.BoU
fetching his inveatio to p erfoeion. Spoons, li sab rBodie ad terman's Ideal Fountain Pens. Em. Toilet and Manicure sits, Milliary.
50 The eolt that this otton glo, every PickleF n ,Ssrtr Pir, blems for all orders. Hat and Clothe. broshe.
r part of it, I I as mfelat l Ino t he eiy
Sof Gainesville si Fancy CHIA .CUT OLASLeather Goods
gopes&err to the eoleo sh1* ~ooo,,eai-ancy Ie hlye n.,e
ands the fo Vil Au who. borwor W hve win ll Pocket-books, Cigar Cues, Trv..
ltand the hoodrete who hre watehd eeor ou, Hrmoeleoa. A line suitable for Wedding or Holi. eling Toilet CaseC, Collar, Cu1ff a
' Its operations. alt rins aand fIg nigs. day iiffs. Glove Boxes. Ebony Back Mirren.
44 "The exhibitsMr of ,Wtraised with.
nl the borden of th .iblr made ____
by 0.0. Williams, ., G. Dam r, W. I L0. I mpTle
L. Clinton and Edward K. Aodenon.
The bale xhibltd by Mr. Anderson,
who hails from High 8priap, l e on.
ceded by everyone who Is interested in Fine Repairing JEWIEL R A C. L. Division
" he prodoetlo of ttoot tot be smong A pecalty. JE j L Ej l Watch Inspector.
Sthe best th(t hf ever been exhibited
a In tbhe Sta te.
to "The thriving city of OGaineille SP E L I ID.
pride Itself tbat Is I a mmeuoo retrion
oily as well as being lb the wterof a
Scounty that produce fruit and vege. by Hoe. 0. C. PNriek, .Mr. Grave, the other in blue, Friday spoke from As a recent political meeting New
Stable. Alaoa soouty suffered from Mr. Buneb, Mr. Carter and others the ame place. It ws a pathetic York a candidate yelled '"What is the
Sthe big freeze of a rw years ago, ald from the county who arn taeading the ooane-ooe long to be remembered- one thing that we of this eoomma ty
Sthe growth of elraes prodrte s aoats. great expoulttlo. eMr.Teab wassum. when Gt nral Jewell before tbhe vas are solfferi mosa from at this tamet
rally retarded. The farmers ad mooed to OGalnsville ywedwday more. audleo emmbrnod his brother and There wu a silene and the a ma
fruit grower woren udaosted, and le a a witem ll tshe famous bhets. kled him. The ltes of flh and with a bil, deep voles, said, "bd
t I r display i a very ereditable oone olloway pan whioh is beinl heard t. blood ar stronger than ua other ln bugs ."
t. sad worthy of partioulr atteslion. feo tebo e i Dorlng his abso he the world.
li The hit to plaihl the -Hlunt The Jaclsotvillo Po Food E]xpd-
*Peronms In fel eaolymet bof health booth is lI lharge of his estimable soldier oa bo armin have log ago tion, January4th to lh8t, will be (i
I ae naturally not interested Ii *l l a wife, who is dolNI everything posel bored all feeling of malty, and tor Isrest over held In Florida. Theo hf
grmome exhibit s a t made b by she bis to iake the visitors happy. are no more eyal oitiseas ishl he old dstrio of Florida will be wll die-
4slseMvlle Plaing and Oono Coe- "Thee is *o* thin bat t he people eomrndmo the "ble sad gray." played.
I pI y, beIt thoe who oreIls that 'i of Oeaieeylile sad Alh coun y are- -
Stheb midst of life weo re i* death,' sad prood of and that b bhe water that to
0 who appreciate how aimpormas It is to taken from tbh weil hmow Boolware
Sproperly dispose of tbe dead, will seo 8priats. Tbhee rf p supply sk e ty
*n sa hblt of graskote tha are of the wt1h water i66 thbeIo doemad for
Sbest make n thbe eos try. The pro- It from other paIs of the eseatry be-
dote of this eompaey areI whipped to ouse of its heltohfl slamnral) elite.
owry partof he United 1Staes. Twenty barrle of is were bhipped to
Id "lgar ease goe to make op'one of Tem pa and Is is dispensed within the
* the most late ting featuors of the booth.
. Alahuao coouty exhibit. Then r "The re Mtn roow I one of tb the
* many fapwlelmeon of ribbon ese, plewasatest ln the ladbstrial Hall.
* white ono ad Japanes ea es. The There are *ban d aod dtane. A talent,.
r colletion was made by the ladilg ed pholet dispensem oodols e and
* farmers ad grown of the *ouBty. everyone sl made ftol a home.
"Con, aset, poauo, bshNsust, About the wall are pehoograp of the
* hIekoryuste ad pe as mak* op a* bome of the leading eltinms. The peo-
* other oo exhibit. The sebool board of pe of the sesmty asy well be proad
I I)almnvillo made an offr of a padM rip of the prosperity hat ie oedenoed by
& to ha 8tate lair to tbh ber who made the exhibit. Tbhat tha vtorsLo tho e
I the large colletin of native weood. Fair apprelae the laterme takes II
* MMter Tom Dohk eollited tgasg I meakil the ees so evrdenow d by the
r nino vtrulotei e d recevd th prise, fiet that 8,000 ames ram the regie-
"In a geologiwl wa autoe has bee tor that i kept."
very hId to Alah t- tlya. Is (A Rmies
* quosthit are feoud rock that may be BLUE AND ORAY.
.* ed for paving purposes. This ma* -
f trial t ent to dlffeen aria of the As Another evded e of theo dveane.
Swootrry Mad ia on*of the ledingoo meel the b ivllisatio of Florida is
Sdwstri. Theo exhibl shows the m-a* mktin, no Igrador w eo wold be Ia.
I rtorial i ditereat varietle (agledthas lhe greetlag of the Jowell
"T .atlDe aod rels, which are brothel a th e WeM and gray reuion
i see iI larst quaUtitls, mtke up Io TampaI lwt mek. Th T hap Trt
. tih stores exhibit. The Goodea buri an tspelMkg of cthe amoi Ibg th
Rule lIottlisn Workeef at irnetlle has brobthrs tsyr
Sn imtenretilng display of gilpr ahe ad "To ser of tbe e !55 theeMsot p. i
Other ohdrlhik hatbar prepared by pi wh Ieto ed to im apMeho of _
. It for the trade. Gee*rMl JeilU -l cW- di-n- ... ---- ...... .
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* to thl 8rats Fair a roswe f o lnf ol Uitsd O I. of er-

I guava jolly, givig fair a kf rt Ithe ea wh ot t" W *e y pred -
. .eate of that Ladltry. The Oftai*. ,-s of, the M, athd of W If you Want something ,ood i
i. illo Nuront., repleolated by Mr. B. Wed Jewl of Mte e bNeem s.
irav, its pmreelde, bh a doe** or who fema t as pl a the peoer.
Mor, pe.s to b, ,ad of, the i . a Stock--a good Draft o0 Working
S" A eeseesl ypeds flef% a m* r pet lU1O
SSmatR of futtiss and the adard riMSOW J* s
FePtllCOeCmpany. of w hh Beach ns-W 1 AW
i ware pepritMs, a&aeOwm Mule, you cannot afford to pass us by.
Iwet elmls t of this maktl. whtbkh am* tojis, _
isoalways Is de d by pusmeesm ve *
. Irmew hb wa the l d
S"Oe pnn I she b e tos Nted Omdas mbe.e h ho eg to
, dipiyof hsN, e ab rm, e cam bermN .
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W6A Shipped From Gainesvile
via aboard Tueday Night.

80 Far as Can be Learned-Shipment
Made Up From Growers of Rocky
Poelat Id Gainesville Sections, and
SWe qAnsigned to New York.
Il SMt solid carload of lettuce to
be W lpped from this county, and pos.
dr*iItl State. for the season, went
tfeor e from Gainesville over the Sea.
boMd Air Lase Wednesday. The con.
sipameat va by the Armour Car
Lie, sad comprised three hundred
and eight four baskets of as fle let-
taueMwaevertgrown in the State.

the ear was consigned to New York, Remember you ean work a hore or
and was made op from the farms of a mule bought of W. R. Thomas ten
th ainesvilleand Rocky Point s-c. days and return him, Fettig every
tlon. cont of your money beak if not satis.
The rowers state that the crop this fled, but we do not defy competition.
Msea of lettuce, peas and beans, W. R. Tomss.
whUe not so lIrge as lst year, will be Prof. W. N. Sheat@, prinolpal of the
far seperor in quality, and so far have Unirersity Graded and High School,
dmoe-trated better carrying quali. left yesterday for a day's sojourn at
tie. The growers are anticipating the State Fair. Mrs. C. C. Powell and
good returns from all shipments from Misses Mann end Bridges of Prof.
this section. Heat' faculty an also at Tampa.
S 200 Note Heads and 100 Enve-
S- lopea with your name and
d t r business printed thereof, delivered to
Stany part of the United States oa re-
oeipt of $1.25. Cash maot asoompaoy
order. Positively no credit to any one.
Is the best method by which the pro- Addrees The Sun, Galrneville, Fla.
doers of meats can have them taken
ear of. The Attention ie called to the advertise.
meat of H. O. Stevens, the High
DIIAOND ICE COMPANY Springs jeweler, whih appear else-
where n tahis lease. Mr. 8revea |a
Has the most complete plant in Coen. ea
trial Florida, and the process is the eosductilng one of the most op-to-date
beat for Jewelry stores in the State, and eom.
Preerv Ina mets mand an extensive bat select trade.
We solleit patronage and guarantee His line of holiday ioods is complete
prfes satisaeilon. Meats prepared and varied, sad would do credit to aly
this proeN eao also be smoked. eiy.
Diamond Ice CompBly Depoty oSb iff J. H. oGraner
.IamoNd eCo brought to this eity yesterday one
K B LKJVD aToN, Mrr., Gmaeemk, rona ..
_rFiank Snoners, solored, who was at-
TlE ALACEUA ICE 0OMPANT, Highd $prJr upon a harrle of larey
Aloasht, FlrMa, ad tommitned Ja the sum of 00 for
Will also pt up msats by the same his appesrsee before the grad Jury.
process. Leave orden at either place. Beaig unable to neare bond he will be
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In advertising is to convince you that YOU ought to
have a bank account, and that the account should be
to our depositors.
Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
New Triple THi Lock, Screwoor, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE, with our OlerI SBde, with Firn ad Sqier
Inarncelyowr mosy md veluible poprs re af
with os.
FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time

Alachua, s lorida..

The Oldest Whiskey Honse in Georgia
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church will preach in Fairbanks at 8
p m next Sunday.
Stayed or Stolen, November 26,
1905-One small roan pony mare. about
ten years old, branded on left hip. Re.
ward for Information as to her where.
about, or return to R. B. Hall, Bland,
A. S W4iley arrived yesterday from
Seaford. Del.. and will spend the re.
mainder of the winter here. He ex-
pects MNr W1ooley down In a couple of
eekts. Friends are glad to see him
Warranty deed and mortgage bonks
for sale at this office, the form used in
Alsehna county which uares money in
recording. $2 per hundred or b50 per
dosen by mail. Cash muat accompany
order, dawtf

oompelled to remala in Jall eonri the man deelares the longer he remal lan
epriag term of the eiaoiat ort. l(illneuile the mor he I impressed,
After a people of days spent l this atd it has bens hinted that it wood *
ally wish his friend. Hon. Jame H. not require much percusioon to indues -' '
Tilla- of Edigee. S C., Mr. W. A.j hi to beanme a ats mhere. He Ai .1 -
MeLaru rerned to his ho.e ati would be laedly welcomed.
Waldo yeetry. Thea sathltnem 1,, -wf W'
are atvre If eA o me 0 aut,. wer* W arc ina poelitk,* to furnish first.
rend is the nseme einity aid have sls beme. ue and leatec hampers, M ueo they are the best
ben friends foer asy a Ir. oatr. aleo .abbege ad _*ap@loop art In the land for tho money I
*lly their meetings wu .o ara atle prapsly ast reasrsable pei Ask y"o r (lieler for the
a"d plemasem.a"d Is Ewas Inserveti catt l ptyo
,o, er d t ,,I..., kee Io.LIe,, 0lr 0. wLo "Sunny Jim" d hoe and In-
Shg to mOte friends o ber Tnem s. A L rae lrods. Willlisu. 11 t0 MooI
talk over "ol tie." soloel Tall- IAfterl Co. W1J. illa. fi- a dtf Jli (ogtting
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We live nothing asway. We he os p"MlM G ao olr you
i. isdee yo Fe tobuy fom aw OVr pdef sell epas skel
merit. nd if the qua"d on't ys SOWMed Ne w#od Mbe
s.. WU eeerfI slpr"few pow messy WhNW b Ipes
for premiumsby aber lw swe too is a. y s"rd wh
hiw pt ote Jofipes dsllb us. W" C6U~t i6 yeta
areu I sh'm fe for U le O ad b"wua be$ If is Is pore
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mw648- "wN c beAeg f. I wa weeks Iwte.Ascapwefely0
caw w m woko11"ow"coIlVby'
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How Consumption Develops.
Nine eaeoof conmouiption out of ten
ocmwr in this way:
A person eatches cld. The cold is not
properly earu and another t ld Is
This cold is dfl dallied with, either
by no treatment whatever or some treat-
ment that ls neffeectua, and the cold
Then another eild is eaIght and a
conuh develop, Congh syrup* are reo
sorted to,, Iut they give only temporary
ty and ly thl. parttit gets red of
taking meiAlltinema Ha1 cough syrup anad
gi yelY' up in de-pair.
Thei coitl 'oitlinues to develop and the
'ough tgrow worsi,
Thln the do, lt,,or is calltlt n, only to
(lm'ovrr that tihe patient is in the first
It wa4 Jn t ill 1.1 x w y t>ihat .Mmle
rPwe ll, ( .\tull rt, liil., I f,'tIr n m* 'k
Shoe c.aMl tl a c rol intll ,not coniUt ruling
It slwrriLu, ie'glte'd It, thillking as
many a hers do, tliat It \veltldl "waroff.''
However, It cilingl to her ten'aleously,
and in two we'rks she fl found lhr h alth
In A rcrlour c' llllndititi.
Fy)rtunately, I'er'na had hben t.roilght
to her notlli, and she took a course of
this remedy htfire it was too late.
In a week the couh and cold were
Broken, and a th-- weeks' treatment
p completely restoreel her to heath.
This I what '*eruna st doing all the
while. Not a day, and probably not an
hour Passe in whhieh ome one d oe not
have a sinillar ex wrlenre with Peruna.
Cure the Slliht CelIds a Awel
The flrt step toward consumption II
a nold. The nextatep is a failure to cure
NA It promptly. The third step il the dee
Srvelopment of elaarrh, which gradually
woomes chronic. The fourth step, the
i estarrh heltna to spread front the head
to the throat, then to the bronchial
tubn, and finally Ikat the luang. It It
14 then conslmptoll In the lret ltaeg.
At amny time dartng the progress of ear
tarrh, from the lret onset of thea old to
tsa nal settlemet In t la up, n saIa
S be roled poa o stop the dmeae.
you have taken a e od, buy Peruma
en without delay. One bottle I the be-
.. laamwl wi do more -oA than a halk
Ith doen bottles after the eatrr'h b
fastened Itself s the luIa.s
Thea101e0 of TeM10"o
S We have o Ale thueseaade of twal
aontala from people who !,fc __
S red 1of neaa ofh the lae by Pcna.
SWI We ge4 Ogtn r render oly a a8Mtg
we limpedi of the ast array of sselltted
edovumiatId we are rewreIng0 ewry
Irb ieith. NoothWphysle lan the world
I has eeived Mach a volume of ealhb*
So isatlC letter of thaakL a Dr. UalUma
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Store think of Ayer Ct
STHE PectorSl. Ask yourown doc
THtE OST MPORTANT EVENTS tor sad Bad out. He will tol

rftWM in "'The Land of Flowers." C h e rr
ThMInp tWed Down" to Suit the C h e
9. e.nder-Items of interest to PeCtora
SOmsr... "
he Riddell Carnival Company is yOU h0w It quiets th tickling
bollan forth at Orlando. throat, heals the Infla med
Olarke i to have a ten.ton lee plant lul, and controls the
to be in operation by March lit, 1906. hardest of ough.
Zyle & Oompany are seding a er- r d-r so^r w el
tged oforaugesqvery day from Bar- w TTsrr t .iam cL.
--I,.- V Pe ma. T VCa..
tow. for
There was a mad dog in Dongellosn d
the other day tha t suceeded In bitilon l fu Ughs
two persons before he was killed.
The whooplag eoogh and mumpe are mAe of A at
getting In their *ork at Quincy and It hantfln y. e y
S aild they are "whooping It up" on
nearly every corner. owns several groves In Florida and
L.. Oarothael of Beat'n Harbor. Porto Rico, and talked with some know.
Mich., was killed on Monday by the as- edge of the subject.
4ldentsl diebarXe of his gun while in J. H Graves,an employee at Nn. 10
the wood near Ooala. phosphate mine of the Donnelloo Phoe.
The De oto county teachers wUl phate Company, met a horrible death
meet In Areadia Frday, December let, at the plant November 25th. He at-
sad ellll l they know about teaebing tempted to swing a large water hose In
the young idea to shoot. position to wash the floor where he
The lower garden of evy. J. B. Iey was standitag, but the water pressure
lt Live Oak was ruined by rambling was so great that it threw him in the
4dws running at large on Friday nlght. rock crusher lose by, whlih mangled
The aity should be made to piay dam- his legs fearfully, almost tearing them
from his body before the machinery
le o. k could be stopped. Mr. Graves leaves a
Oilken owners at Winter Park are wife and several- ehldrqa. He was
bound to save their poultry if they about sixty-five years old.
bve to keep anrenal n the house.
and pretsee target hootine on the The Kliimmea Valley Gasette says
aen- pae intrude that Florida cirurusuits are now ripe
hen-booe intruders.
and In fine uleen d n neue d flavor. A great
In 8aight on the steamer Manatee, deal of the frut has been shipped
en route from Tamps to St. Peters- green thi season, whheb will probably
borg, Friday, the colored cook was l he the effe of makln oar North-
stabbed by She steward with an les hv of maki oa North
abbed by (he toward with an icern friends skeptial as to the super.
pilk. He will recover. ority of our far-famed fruits, but if
Winter Park Is a healthy spot. An- they will give them a trial now they
drew Richmond of that place eele. will no doubt be oonvineed that Flori.
brated his Mth birthday a ew da dsda orans s pooees all the good quall-
aft, and Mrs. Oolid entertained at her ties claimed for them and more, too, if
40th birthday anniversary. possible. The fruit is now long for-
The fifty Mexisans who were landed ward at a rapid rate and it is thought
Io Marion county to work In the phoo. there will be very little left in this see-
phate lnes have found the labor too tion of the State after the holidays.
stremuom and have taken a "tie pass"
to 1retm to their own Mexico. MAKING IMPROVEMENTS.
--- "t$. Pat Higglns, who has a flne Colson & Gay Building New Houses on
grove Jt aerone the river front Astor Their Micanopy Place.
so Voloels, has an estimated crop of & y
8,000 boses of oraenl whlh he ha Colod the n la, s ho res ietl pofF. r
sold to a Booton arm at 1$ a box f. o. b. d te Ml o bua of
--Tavars Herald. Oateen at Micanopy, are opendlnl
considerable money in improving the
J. Weeteott af Wilmlngton, N. O0 plaee, and have al ad, constructed
committed suloide at the Commercial ten neat ad subeantlal house to b.
Hotel, Pensacola. Friday, by taking ooupd employes. They propose
an overdose of laudoaum. He was to make the place one of the most ast
despondent aud 25 years old. His re. trative and up-to-date of its kind in
maine were seat to his home. tLe* State and will work to that end.
Frank Turpin, a "newsy" on the F. --
E. 0. Railroad, running between MI- Man's Unrasonableness
ami and eksoarvile, was arrested on Is often as grelI as woman'*. Bat
Saturday for esathlna a pur e from a Tho.. 8. Austin, manager of The Re.
womas In the former city contalinlnl publican of Lavenswortb, Ind., was
apwur of $40. He owned ul, to the not unreasonable, when he refaned to
theft. aIllw the doctors to operate on hie
In the circult court at DeLand Ed- wi i for female trouble. "Instoed," he
ar Alexander wau sequitted of the says. "we eonoelded to try Electrie
charge of murder Tbursday, and Jolin Htlera. My wife was theu so sIck she
FiPher received a life eentenoe for could hardly leave her bed, and five (6)
ape, while James and Sarah Newton physioans hatd failed to relieve her.
are to be hanged for murder unleae an After taking Elecrte Bitten ste uwe
pel i ted perfectly curvd, and can now perform
appeal i rated. all her houwhold d tnes."' Goaran.
Two gentlemen from New York. Mr. teed by all drullists. Price W0e.
Wm. Allen and i 1). Hlens, upon re - ....
turning from a tour of laevet|latlou Tax Notice.
thrtouh Cuba, stopped itth friends in \Ve will aert the taxpayers at the
Titustille and. accordinR to The Flor. following named (ilaes on the dates
Ida Htar, they report that after careful esrt opps1tOe:
invelstiKtlion they believe that the or- Areer-Wedneeday. lreeml>r IS.
ange industry of Cuba will aot hurt? Newberry-Thunrday antd Iriday,
this estate; thai the duty and inland U)eeember 14 and 16.
transportation to eeaports prevent the' Treateoa-at rday, Dreebntr 10
proLftable ratetiu ol Iruit Mr. Alleni Die ule-Monday, DUembr ih
.. Well-Tueday and Wedneday. ,.
S* eenioter 19 and 2
SWlleford-Thbreday, Deeeaber .21
F0 I ade-Friday, December 12.

U IDERnmCA TU Irogerly owaer will pleae take ad.
S* Taltue of the*e appoiatmenue. ths
.--. .. aaviblthe selve asd trouble oad

'elnse. Very reperoetliy.
W.-iP. lbait-s-oosTax OIleror.
FNLL OIOB OD S.. .W. W IC.X'tem. Tax Aseolr.
NeW GOODS..,. n. Celusetipet--r.~leet"

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Health is absolutely impossible if
eastipatioe be preeas. May I etrrow
oase of liver and kMoey eomplat
have spreag from magle ed eamsWp-
ta. Seek* a depeeOale e-AliUes I
utaeeaaer. There a a Oeam er, t.

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Herbthe, I hIft w d ll ti emfar
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s~eesaw as 0 dow o
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mom)~* VVIOW "a L0 )w* bo
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BU1e aber 2.6-,Mne. T. J. Lwai
of W-jr I 'sLake was town Thure-

M. I. Jones, superlaiendent of the
Oeatral Phosphate Corpany of Dot-
too, war shaking, himds with his old
friend Prdno ed'y.
See Laeaaster of Merab visited hil
brother, Bollie Lanoester, Saturday
and Sunday.
Tor Obair of Old Towna ws here
Tuaeday looking after his interest. Thb
Obair Brothers have loeaed one and
one-half miles from her and will soou
be ready for business.
G. H 8eodeld and W. .: Fowler have
returned from Soosh Florida, where
they have been looking for a new lo-
J. E. Williams wen) to Alachua Sat-
orday on a bolaoees ripp. -
Dr. L R. Weeks of Willeford was on
tow Wedneday. Wearealwas glad
to ee the Doctor, especially when we
are not sick.
Jodge 8. 0. Barron has purehaed a
fle pair of males from 8. K. Dopius of
Joe Beaeh of Trecton was shaking
hands with his Bell friends Saturday.
0. O. Flethber made's bnainfs trip
to Treto* Thursday.
Mise Belle Lladsey tended church
at Midway Sunday. X
N. J. Williams bai bought a very
valuable horse, for he ha been work.
lag for the humane ae about twenty
years and is still e to haul wood.
RBe. W. A. ruron of Valdoeta,
Ga., will eoamn protracted meet-
ing at Bethel, Wsoialog December let.
Everybody. is loevl d to attend.

orw haato ad QHUhI&
T.e K M Yo Hn Alhr lBit
Bewra th
Signature of

Refused Extradition Papers.
Londo, Nov. 28.-Magittrate Pen
wick tody refused tbe application o0
the Freaoh authorities for the extra
dlUon of Joseph T. MoOaddon, thr
Atmerian bowman on toe ground that
there was not sufficient evidence tc
hold him on either of the there oaharges
rf viOlaltin the bankruptcy laws oJ


We Sdel wt fatoy Prices
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(We PoFrtAt Gearatee Sisaci.a )
(wat At c.ir Fw rrhkdn sAa C~~togeo
NO A6OINTS I -iwmu \

Notoe to hor ytWv that Jno. E. trIta.
purbaser of Tax Coerlate No. 3.
dated the ab da1 of Jalr. A. D 101.
bae a5u said tiod 6 my ostU ce, od
umade ap*aloarm toe r deed to leae to
aeoerdaace with law Ucli eerUn~aae em-
br ea the Ifollowta deIertLs4 operty Itu-
atel llI Alacbu eoufty. ortara. towit:
NoX of N44 .*e M. TI. T . 3 .t
Tbe mId lad bet asnessed at the date of
the ,aea.ne ol chB eertlUeae I o* aaieo o
b W. Hlrko.
Clees ad erniseste sal be reenmed at..
cerdlir so law. t ea 4d well sLeM terece oe
the Itah daR orf Ds er. A. ISn.
Witsna m* oekwal 8nInaO nd mee thI
the 13ti dai of Novetert. A. I. Iam
I. B. Wr IUS
id C';er 'ltreett CCOelr A euba O.. Vla.

Wr>CK or AWucAnoN FoR TAX
UE 'NOD rNo MOTION s or CarPtIe
LAWS or VluDA.
Notle* to ereBy grve tS-tt Wm. J. EvmM.
I-, ekftkr 4l T-a Gt-- o. It I a
e ober e .a Cermae** no amo d
tie a at odf Jl. A. D bea teld U
oaer t ieat eaeeI, a s -oe aepsa.
l fq tsea de I n e .*e4l50 wHat
law tt d embr -as e f-oawi he

Notice te hereby givea that Bell. Colson A
Co.. a oopartnershp composed of W. E Bell.
N. 0. Wade sad Perry m. Coloa. purchanen
of Tax CertUilate N o. rdat4 d the 3rd day
of J.Iy. A. D. Im. ba*e W sea certificate
In mt of lee. and have ade apdlloatlon for
ta deed to Issue in aoooremae with law.
Spid eertteate embraces Ue t following de-
aoribed property stuated In Alacbhu county.
orlo4a. towit:
N Sof Ne1 See. I, Tp 10. R. I'--80 sr'.
The nld land being mar ed at the date of
the Issuance of such oertllicate nla the name of
John Flanery.
Unless a'd certificate a1u be redeemed so-
cordlof so law, tax deed will L se thereon on
the I th day of December. A. D. 1l .
Witeess my ofl.al signature and seal this
the 7tb day of November. A. D. 196.
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co. Fla.

Notice Is hereby giventhatHodgion & Wood.
purchaser of a pa, t of Tax Certitlcate No. 3).
dated the tbh day of July. A. D. 1I7.have filed
said oertiBeate in my oflce. and have made
application for tax deed to Isue In accordance
with law. Said eerifaste embraces the fol-
Lrwlnir Adrm4hre nrno.rty kJtate.d In Alachua


LId OIe at nesville. Fla..
November 4. l1.
SNotie, M bhreby iven that the (pUowir-
named SeIe IkM d notice of hi intention
to maea dUal proof In support of his
elai. aid th said proof wil be indle before
alter a l teeelvert at alaetvil.e. Fla.. on
member 11. 1901. viz:
k BTAPT I. THuoMAS f Wilefo d. Fla..
Hd.No 3t( for the N ofNe4 A Sw' of
Ne4 see. .; 7 .. R. I1E.
He names the followlag witnesses to prove
his cooantous residence upon and cultivation
of saMd laId. vz:

James I. Hines. C. C. WlltIam. J B. Jack-
on. R. T. Tboma'. aU of Wllleord. FlA.
Pd W. U. BOBIN8QN. Rerlester.

coun ty. iorida. towt: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lota 4 and k, Blook II. Areher.
The maid land being assesed at the date of Land Omee at Gainesville. 1* .
the lauanoe of auch certificate in the name of (' erI, .I
Fla. Town Imp. Co. Notice Is hereby given that in
UlesM maid certificate sha'l be redeemed ae- with the provilsons of the Axt of O
cording to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on June 3. 4714. entitled "An Act for the
the I th day of December. A. D. DIM. timber lands in the (tates of Califoras.
Witness my omcial himoature ant seal this gon. Nevada, and Washington Terrulitr."
the 7th day of November. A. D. 19t extended to all the public land State. A,
S. H. WIENGES. of August 4. InM, John D. Luther of OTl
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co.. Fla. county of LaFayette. State of rida.
this da tiled In this oMae his swore ata
No. tad. for tye purchase of tbe SwkLI -SP l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Sec. 10andNw4 of Nw4 of 'eeOtioe. 14
Tow nshp No. .. Range No. IN Ma. aid wlI e-l
DIIED UNDER SECTION s OF CHAPTER proof to show that the land sought Is
48 ,. LAWS OF FLORIDA. valuable for its timber or aoe than for
Cultural purposes, and to establah his oblat ,
Notice Ie herebv given that R. I Hodason. sakt land before Register and Doeeiveroe a
purcbaser of a part of Tax Certficate No. &>). Gatnexville. Florida. on Wednesday. the at
dated the 6th day of July, A. D. 1r1. has filed day of December. 196.
said certificoae in my omce. and has L e names as witnesses: Daniel Lancaster.
made applIcation flr tax deed to Issue in John .. Howar'. T J. Goodwin. James A. Bar.
accordance with law. Said certificate em- ber. all of Old Town. Fla.
braces the following described property situ- A.y and all prmons clauminr advernly the
ated In Alachua county. Florida. towlt: above-descrlbed lands are requested to ile
Lolt 1. R. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7 and 9. Block 2S. Archer. their claims In this office on or before sald Wh
The said land being a seed at the date of day of December. lih,.
the issuance of such certUlloate4tthe name of Pd W. (;. ROIINSON. Register.
Fla. Town Imp. Co.
Unless said ertlcate shall be redeemed ac- HIL .I. R DIVORCE
conllng to law, tax deed Will Isue thereon on
the Itbhday of December. A. i. luMo. In the ('rcuit Court. Eighth Judicial Cireult.
Witness my omelal Irinature and seal this Alurhua County. 'lorida- In Chancery.
the 7th day of November, A. I. 1906 I.ulA M Teston v Thomas J. Testoan-DI
S. H. WuI o5. vorce p riler Puhllcutlon.
pd Clerk Clronlt Court.4labua Co.. Fla. It aItarlntv atv aMdlavit appended to the
bill filed in the aulve stated cause tiat Tbonas
J. Te-ton. the defendant therein named, Ia
NtYrI.E OF APPLICATION Ft)t TAX non-resident ,f the State of Florida. and i5
resident of (ffermnn ;a. and Is over the ae
DI)IED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER of twen)-one vears It is therefore order
4ie. LAWS Oc FIjORIDA. that %altl rnon-reidernt defendant be and e is
hereby required to appear to the BUl of CWn-
Notice 1i hereby given that J. J. HayVmana. plaint iledl In su d caust on or before MNOda
Iurchiser of Tax CewtltBaete No. 10714 dated the 4th day of DU ,nber. A. D. 19g0 othei.
the 6th:da. of July. A. D. Ir. has iled said wtAe the allpgutlos .j .ald 1,Li will bemtaE
certircate In my offee and has made appliae- as confenued baid y ai defendant.
tion for tax deed to issue In accordance with It is further orderedl that this order be pub-
law. SaId certificate embraces the following wished once a week for four conseeutive weeoe
desrit-t' l property situated In Alachua coun- In Thie ;Glne-qlie .Su:, u nrwM,naer publilahe
tv. Florida. towlt: In tie wal coui.t uiil ai states
1l .ta I. A B. see. 34. Tp. II. R 2 S -1 acres. ThtN 2lrdt il of I ''t o ei.. IiI.
The "aki land being a*scsedl at the date of N H. WKIEN,. ( lerk Circuit Court
the imuaoce of such oertithate In the name of A true copy of orii duui
lenning L and I. C'o '. -ilI s H. WIEt.NI; .,. ('Ci'r Cireu't Court.
l'nleas".aidl crtifliste %hill he rereemed n u- J M R iV MS !"s). i ,'r .'t)I'I't.
cordilnt to law. tax deed wll issue thereon on_
tiie 3thday of Noveulner A. I) 1.*.
Wtittwe- rsmoflal signature and nti thil, NOTItE )o A PI'I.ICATIONS FO1 TAX
the Shdas) t of Ouber. At D, IhMa LD)EI tNFI' t SCTII iN m OF CHAPTER
SH WIEN.FN1 s. 40. LAWS OF FL AiLL).i .
1l (lerk Clrcult ' o rt Al-chua Co. Fi fT x .
S Clerk Circuit ourt AcNotice Is herebin when that J J. Haymau
purchar r otf l'uax ertinlcates NSo. 74. WO. 9W
NOTICE OF APPLICATION F)R TAX sad IWt dated the Ind dai o July. A. D. I Sa
has died said certificate% In n eoffIce. and hai
DIF) t'NI)ER SECTION N OF CRAPTER made a'ltlcatlon for ta ded to issue in a*e
4. r.AW1tS or I)RIDDA .crtlance with w sa.ld eertilleateesmbroa
the follouingN elerllod r,,perU -ituated Ia
Notice is hereby lgven that Leo. Morper. Alachu county. Florida. towit
purchaser of Tax Certleate No. M,. dated the N ,'f Se1 9See Tp I1 It St-- acrea.
tbdav of July. A. D. 1 7. has MUed amld ceT- S '4 of 8.OI Sec. II. Tp. 1 R. 2 -40 are.o '
UCcate oa my oDe A 4 ad s mde aeppUleatln of oSelC ji. Tp It. aI 0 -40ar
for tax deed to Imue In aecordawe with law. Lot 8. Se8. I. Tp II. R s +4 acre
Said eertleate embraces the following de- The aid land beng aW aMed aut date of
crtbed property situated tn Alachu county, the Lmauaae of such eerteiatesilthenaeUf
lorlda towlt U H. Barker. S. H. UT le.. HeI ln tI and
Lot. Ilock r1. Archer. Co.. and Unkorwa.
The said land beti a e* rid at the date of I'nleas akld ertileatesWhaU heredeemed a
the sluamee of uteh cerStfate tn tte name ordin to law. tax deed will luiue there e
of Ia. Town Imp Co. the l6th dae of November. A D IOa
t'nlem msJd certlcatoe aUsh he redeemed me- 1'WIes mmy official sinature and seal tI
Codalts to law. tax deed willU I, thereon oa the Lb do) ofr Ltober. A. n Is
t leaathday of November. A. U 5 s. H. WIENOM.
WitesMo mT otricial strnature amd seal this 'd (Clerk ('rcelt Court Alachua Co..
the Ptb day of ( esober. A D - I
d. Clerk C'rcuit Court Ala buas 'Co ra. [)11) I' Ie:R TI % r 0%^o CHAIPr'
.- -- AWS- OF FltI---A.
NOTICS OF APPL. NATION FOR TAX NUcie Is heretby trn that 0 L
D D UNDER 4fETIONf OF UHAIPTUI purchaser of Tax certirucae MNo.
dated the 4th dar of July. A DK
OW. LAW. ,o r'LOIUDA. fied a d ertifiate In my o Ya
Nuotk-e l bernbly len that J J Huayna made a IIo*eatie tax dee to 1e
Seurdaue with ,aw baid icrU eat
iurhauer of Tax Crtlflsate No. l1. dad te d otilow t described &evpers
the 3rdas ofr .p.l A R. c. M od Ias d -Alaena eornt el torw t
ertleatae Is t oQoe. and b4a made apusa- i sd,' ofLao i t t.F l *o i dda n.tl
Uam lor tax deed to baue lo acIordanee iwit o d N4 t Ia1. ttb a AM d-e to dae
law. sMdS esrtOaeMt ebracsethe follow lg I tr "' sad Ie lof ab e',ae a e s*
dewsribted rotperty tuated tI Alachus coUa- the tLnuare f ,a b er'n-a4e tio ai*
ty of re& or 9"kno
N's. of 1Net se II Tl, It K -4> are. rn)la said a eerieate shall be
T d IaWlt haad N wd at (thw e acc.aitre t dar ae dlc 4 wll Iet

e'exIJ d I errftato Un 1 r dlee0.>d *^- tl" IsI daT orf lto,.er I) .
0 a0 &1 4 1reu su, A 6 tk (Irv-Alt Co urt U tle4M tr .
Wltl n *>E ,)o'ILal sniatare aed sea, tis
the eth da, uofOe.%oer A U iK. AINMINlITRATHlX'. s OT1iCM. &
d ek "'.n-ull t.surt Aacabea t'C t-a aTo Ite Heatri l ngate e -to e ribe il
A tk*th'kw% "I tho s 1at4 of A..LSiteT
Au P1srw Wauf to I a Us I
NtLt : or AMI'JtATION tk T.%X core,
"'s win tare oce twa s
n In te.Nt SR VtVrNs0a IF CH AtP E us t m wLr Ieoerte |o t wse ie
W4I%%OFIANAUl Of the e ta tof A. L S ea
ans I. W a o ead.w ll ott ose to hve a.
NM.mt e to hete lsecbta t Mr. i It )did. C"aV1 Jdge I aI1 Mfo A,&.a
oldt<. weebaserof aT Tr* sr-raUas No ae1. ; miuv r h areeaees s am
foa wse e o A*o a 060,*41 rhao 4e IsaWI"tuer w or 1 1116i 66
eke f torad4oe stoota a 1:1ae11 wt1a 1. a M
.wa"lsiNwdonso ins ft-oo AmI- A I ~___I OMI

l 6 a 0 a" s Td. cxI adIn
atum to we"r~.~I ar(~
10 bets a Io 0,1me dateo
The b" .~ssilnaw Insthe same
of A, U-o.
cown III-be rdee a-p
eIno ma AT Ian 454 US hyeet*

P d 0 w a t c a c o ,- r l i


Wo %w adi
w~na wemes USbe ~I

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Under and by virtue of a deCre .
ue made and rendered on the Mh
tober. 1o0. cry the ElOc. J. T. WIls
the Circuit Court. Ehb Judial
Florlda. In and for Alabhua ool i
tain chancery cause therein pei.
(eorle K. Broome'.l complallina
Jones IL defendant, I. a Spee al
Chacery. wlU sell at public 0
court houie door in thie c (1t of
Alacbha county. Florida. on ondoaFY-
day of December. 1905. between t
houn of ale. all tie ri> t title and in
me defendant In and t :o d te fotlowllf
wrtbe lot. tract or ,ai inel oflar a'lth
The North haleredfof t N) ten (10w In
five 5). Township ten 1' Range twen
contalring tfive (F5) Csert'. of and leo
(IN) feet off East, We' and North
same reserved for treet. said Lot
Brown'.. Addition to Gailnesvibei.
Together with ail and bigular the
ments, heredltaments and awurtenaniee
the same belonging or in anywise a Ut
Said property to be sold to aat'sly sad dw
cree and coss Terms eash.
Special Master in Chaacery.

Land Omeae asGt Oaefl.p .
October I&, 12a0
Notice Is hereby irJen that nla o.Miae ,
with the provirlons of the Act.of OomegroM
June 3, 1M7. eoUUed "An Act forte Nm e of
Umber lands n the States of Calforia. Or-
son. Nevada. ad Washlngton Tentlt ." '
extended to all the public land states by A
of August 4, 18S. Thomae A. Tbompoao
Wade. county of Alaehua, 8ate of lorta
'bas this day fled nl tbis omee Ms swora jsta
meant So 64. for the purohaee of the 3 I'
Nw4 of Section No. Is Towasip No. a ..
Ranse No. 16 e. and wllpffer proof to h
that the land sought is more valuable for I
timber or stone than for agricultural ptrpoae .s
and to establlah his claim to aid land hbeof .
Relrter and Receiver a' Galnesvlle, rla. OI
saturday. the 3rd day of December. 1 90
He names as witnesaee: A. OSteen. 0.
Beech. John Osteen. James E Ostee. te l e.
WUileford.a. F.
Any and alu persons clalmlnir adversely II
above-deocrtoed lands are requested to ,
their claims in this office on or before saaidl
day of December, 1905.
pd W. G. ROBINSON. Reg.ter. f


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Recommended to the ,
ecy of thedd to t Under Physicians Five
SMonths. Went from
WIFE WITH AN AXE Bad to Worse.

That Was the Specification, But the
Evidence Looked to the Jury to be
Entirely Circumstantial, Which Saved
Prisoner's Neck.
circuit eArt convened at 9
k Tuesday morning, His Honor
Wills presiding.
was little during in the court
theday, the day having, been
to thetrial of one eae, that
State vs. John W. Green,
rith murder.
ldeation of the charge was
t that the defendant. John
tpm a certain day and date,
upon his wife with an axe
her head open, resulting in
ith. This tragedy occurred
e of the Greens, near New.

oeeauied the attention of
doriag nearly the entire day.
nor beina arraigned several
pleaded not guilty, and the
on to be heard. A Jury
as follows: J C. Balir,
; J. F. Fralick. C. 0. Fleteher.
we. Alex Avers. J. A. McKin.
SA. Robertson. C. Ahrentx,
agle, H. C. Roth, A. J. Da.-
J. L. Striekland.
went to trial, evidence submit*
men made, and verdict of
of order in the first degree
recommendation to meray.
of Florida vs. Charile Wash.
elliog liqoor without a license.
r arraigned and pleaded utilty.
the traieestion of a few mi-
ti, the c9urt adjourned until
Wednesday morning.
Alumnae To Hold Banquet.
ville, Tenn., Nov. 2.--noor.
Sthe alumnae of Princeton
tfba Teunoosee and ohei
states wlNl at here at the
Manm baua fireston by the
Alua u eassocatlon of Ten
Ptrodemnt Woodrow Willon
is to be the guest of
t the banquet ad will deliver
Dr. Wllson arrived here

ou are in thiscondition,
nerve force is weak-the
sr giving out; the or-
Sof your body have
ywed up, and do their work
perfectly. This failure to
the woqk required, clog
etm and brings ditress
,du ,When the nerves
we&k the heart is unable
lorce the life-iving blood
ALgh your vins; the atom-
fals to digest food; the
pys lack power to fiter
S from the blood, and
waste remains in
system to breed disease.
ag ust W restored.
es' -ervine will do it,
it trenthens the
i t is a nerve medicine
mtc,_ that rebuilds the
m us system.
age I deNrlM

NPMin amnw

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Wonderful Champ in One Night.
In a Month Face Was
Clean as Ever.
*I was troubled with eczema on the
face for five months, during which
time I was in the care of physicians.
My face was in such a condition that
I could not go out. It was going
from bad to worse and I gave up all
hope, when a friend of mine highly
recommended Cuticurs remedies.The
fist night after I washed my face with
Cuticura Soap and used Cuticura
Ointment and Cuticnra Resolvent it
changed wonderfully, and continuing
the treatment it removed all scales
and scabs. From that day I was able
to go out, and in a month my face
was as clean as ever."
THOMAS J. SOUTH, 317 Stagg St,1
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Itchig and Burnlag of the Skin
As in ecsema; the frightful scaling, as
in psoriasis; the lose of hair and crust-
ing of scalp, a in called head; the
facial disfigurmenk, as in pimples
and ringworm; the awful suffering of
Infants, and anxiety of workout par-
ents, as in milk crust, tetter and salt
rheum-all demand a remedy of al.
most superhuman virtues to success.
fully cope with them. That Cuticura
Soap, Ointment, and Pills are such
stands proven beyond all doubt. The
purity and sweetness, the power to
afford immediate relief, the certainty
of speedy and permanent cure, the
absolute safety and great economy
have made them the standard skin
causes of the civilied world. Abso-
lutely pure.
sa tearn t C w.l- d emik P .ls i., Us.
A.. 0s.6e. UW. MI ios,

The Gaineeville Sun Is out with a
malgaifoent industrial edition. In its
descriptive referenee to Alaehoa oon.
ty and Oainsville. The Son ha spared

nothing. It is a most eomprehensive
paper and outhst to be of advaetage as
a guide to the homeeeker -Live Oak
Daily Demoerst.
The It duotrial Edition of The
Oalnesville Son is a credit to the pub.
lisher and to the town. It shows what
the homeookers may aoeompliah if
they will ettle in old Alaehua. Ale-
ehoeas Ors o the roll of Florida
epouttfela doe not y:old preeedonee
to I in other respeeas.-Jaek-

ed of Thb Oaleeville Sun has made a
striklg hits a lee pbieO of work in
Is write-up of the elty, nrrnegemest,
slpoaphieal work sad amoalr of ad-
vertsMis displayed. Nothing les oold
be expoted of The oe. bes at the
same time it is an ouspot that adds
still graer laosels so the Joearai Jrs
brws of that paper salested staf.--
Oaleaville Elevator.
Ruselian Who Ware H*d in Japae
Mutisnled Apn Keepers.
Vradtieotok. SNo. ?.8-Ta RIa als
prlaoersa rrturalin here from Japes
ar In seek a et*te e( matanry "h.ea It
ta trposetil. to tameiaJtl.y h)p thegt
btec to Raseta. that Ht bweem *n**
rmr to tafr a etmlp w*e they are
head nnr orurd.
Oc -trCaj there we a tragic np
rusag at the -m. ee Cape eat
rw a shaeMsd priseae frus Prto
are ses dt. A dr mhe ,e
d M f e k O3k e P Broso
0wr whe efaed jA matet aa oetees
-a maged ea ad a Hie sours.
umei at th eUer, ate edmed w
e- sr -eer eem 5ta a 1w5

a llS t51Slo e oiw ue mes

swoub. -- -- u 51

A b a m w 7 f. t a

Tragedy Occur In Par(or of Boarding
House In Atlanta.
Atlanta, Nov. 28.-Dr. O T K-,,nyun
of Dawson. t(., who shot .:.,, ki.'.[:.

reco'rdt r' a tort This uor" oun ;
city i11111 N t .t a cA ,i ..i '
against or. Kenyon, the p ', i I
ing fitm all ht, evidert t '.

killings ~at in . If Itefen.-
cas'. it itt6 wIas wIII
get t' :;, (st. uI r-cor~l an
! *(, i;o "Ilgh tint il mi ltei:
Dr. Ke'n xta:i %as attile
:ti u t t .- Iret

.i'. t':
* ~~

t. i t.. s I re t ,
Ti, ]'i )n.:. i occurred ..
hall of M:rs 1. t;. West -
;.ill-' f., anl(l w al 4 r t su l .,1 -,1
tln 'hlie art t LDi .'n rson. ,
inra, t I b, i ,n D1 ) Kenti k' '.,t 1i
o thI the .ti, r with lMiss I t i c \N
Ion. tnhe l. ar-,lrl dany Mr .
W %s; -.n. rI'a -'n wi. :1 ' ,r tli
t.ie you irl. ;and the ba I h i in-'
n I. He iu; hraldd MrP \V. s W .',in for
hot l'tting h lxn go< with t.' i '; Ith',
thtialer .hi'n hIt' had allo\\i i Ir K' :1
yon was a iarriledn mate friend of the famit\ andI '.>
while It wouilt be right fo4r tle : il
to go with him, it would le t rung fo
her to go with young men.

Senator Burton Pound COlty.
St. IAnlis. Nov. 28.-U'nited Statis
Sena:or J. Ilalph Burton, p Kansai
convicted in the federal circuit court
of an Indictment charging that he
a(gred to receive and dki r'cetive corn
pensotion for practicing as an attor
ney for a corporation before the post
office department, will be called be
fore Judge Vandeventer at 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning to receive sentence
The maxrhum penalty for the offense
te imprisonment for two years and 1
fine of $10,0~ on each of Lte 1si
oounta on which 9e tor Burton was
found guilty. eanMor 'Burton's attpr
neys tated tonight tht they would Im
mediately ats for a new trial. It i
practically certain that Jtdge Vande
venter will overrule the motion. ant
then a notice of appeal will be filed.
Conference Trials Ended.
Neroaa, G., Nov. I8 -Dr. H. 8.
Bradley. pastor of Trtnity church ol
Atlanta. has been eaoeBrated of the
charge of heresy preferred against him
and Dr W. W. Wdmrsorth. pator of
the Hartwell church, ehabred with Im
moral comdun. was declared guilty oM
hnprudence by the committee whlch In
vestlated his cae. and his suepeuslon
for one year was recommended to the
oonferene. Tlhe reports of the commit
tee in these cases wer the chlef mat
tern of taterst of the North 0oorris
conference of the Methodist IptWcopal
ohuret, south. nla oseon here.
Young Man KIlls Uncle.
Riebhmond. Va.. Novt. M-At a point
about 7 miles from Laray Lateor Rut
aeo. as the realt of a quarrel over
Mining dop In a fox aebs. thono
there had been bad blood btweea
Hhe two Ruffner families or ysar. 'Ihe
slayer went to Lramy. gt a shave and
a oypter sew, aad thCi pov Maael

O'L F NA e's, LnA.

Paradise r luating ta Fishing

TUl blo Io rear sw me as e s .4a
m eeOesebw4 tn, islu vleWisM ,ea

Pm reese sd aemmeIoa l1 adrls
Oew. S MamHA. CK rrv Er.

M ArrAcrtuSu or

to make V
duiralibe vi
an 0,4ilfi,
as to nake
SI ito get ll l th
They are
.- --.. Union TaI
eloee.rullinl; each with ease. The
with nioe aseored handles; $1.211r
brellss are 28.-nch, with natural w



ble Umbrellas at a Saving.
as tlht are ood).-lov king enough
,ii glal you own then; strong st d
enough to withstand the attaek of
lilal slorm; sold at o, low a prioe
Sis necemary it add a full third to
dIr real value $1 ,eah, worth 1 0to.
madw of estra quality of Bla s
iffes; steel rods; paragon fIamee se
Women's Umbrellas are 26llneh,
ach. worth $2 The Men's m.
ood handles tu a varetty of styles i
[, NORTH i n qOR VARL.



Onlyl to Relide Omr Seek,
We will sell beds at Prices Never qualled.

-Regulr Price, t 63.0

-.-|-- Pric, ,30,?'


R0gulsr Price, $4.25.

Afepp I totjP, ,,*Y *4 f. a

0(1s Oue for .' liti ndred,


Ittg. rf I. i

Reinlvr Pl ice, WN.

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i4 Iud with order. Address, THE
IjN1, Gahoeville, Fla.

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TbyIMee WiretF irsl t Pros
da sob a fisir t em r for-
Naor -pe r, Rev.I W1a0 who IS
now, e19 d at Dpatl aMr. rWay
d demaaTemd sth f e oss t aoee
a of tats fao1fol 04110 heW peuoeered
Ur ,..here ad his doiseeMNa felll of .n.
re teaffr meglIot~bd. He eso
~lflB ftU CS UDpe to gag t M o b lsNoss today.
AV 8 Mr.' sN Mrs. ..L. Aalborn and
A Oram of Tartar Pl4 ,a f ir4 eiad Ithee
frefreom alum orgbo 1 Ity19 eAdef 'iy -rshphaMrho
phatio aold A4ppl' ie, ,, as spealwd by
Mrs. Mary wee 61a, MrS. F. F.
R. B aRaer 0on, isr. They were
-. '- ... .. delayed by" a seedoM a thoe slthe r

NEiw F y AN yesterday on a brief visit to his is. ThTb eJwr tm of the party x.
family. He he Jusoe returned from pct ai ped e6 1 arb here. The
CO NTY CONDNS Booth Florlas, where hn bha been nadbo are p9io to gs baek
looking Ifte his aImmee grove l. again, al report pretty od weather
terlsets il WlsoeWa.
ISI f OenI l Intomt O th J. HIks of Waldo was among he from iw s'd% *mt
md Ib r Of Rprt e visitors so oanestville yeseM and Dr. 3. D. Watkhian o Moiseopy wae a
while here allied and reed hesoub* busiln vig q or so the *tlSy y sterday.
PERSONAL AND SOOAL ITEMS erlptionof*aeaouroldtr hono T of wok
--a-se rlbo, P. W. W. Spk f the bita vlf oto rs 0 islty y e-
Who Has Happe and What is Gein h piae.. l terday.
ae H P laIwdind a. Is When you oomea o Gaaieaville ro r ssiv n
to Happae Tid In Short Parar phsare Invited to make our Store your FPanleas a editor toJI oily yes
So That "He Who Runs May Road" beadqartsers. We have holiday goods, sorday.
it iM The Sun. Hullew l eadis, books, statonery, W a fa r
Jhm fu.eds DW 8m: hot and cold drinks. *e. A. L. Vidal e W. odas, a protie, was r divr of
fJdh ren, eM Inds la the
Msg* Srlekilad of Paradise was In '"opan. y dteeterdIt.
the l erda. 0rge 0. snowdat' of Orange eW. rk6 h oe. thpro.
W. f Lake View whts was tIn Se *ity iesterdy.f He wwtn I ol l Wa oakon ofe w w aaeenpaed by his boskVer, W *1 ol- f Roehel. was rain
mbig in the olt,~ 'eI A. Snodes of Mipeoyp .ad J. M. In the eily eaterday.
Mise Mary Manning of MNianopy was Bnowdea of Plans Olty, who were ea E. W. j Mllnoa and W. A. MeLen-
shopply Ia ihe eity yesterday. rouse to their rpes tivr bO6p from a niof Wa 10 were sdOg thbe vitIto
J. V. Iralkk and 0. 0. Plether of visit to Orang Heighsb. to OalnaWUl yeeOsterdy.
Sell wa I tobe eity, oeSnt of W. W. Rev. F. N. Huimai of Paradie and J. G. WatoI ed K. (1. eneboes of
f. Rev. J. E. Hodges of Newberry were Newberry weoei to thealy yesoday
. I Polk of Willeford called as In the ilty polterday, on their way sad maId To Sea p lesatl sal.
eo Sue olSl Monday and renewed home from AstI le haes where they 0. T. Tornetad ItLh, sgrela the
his sobseriptlo. have Justa eo a sooefuol meeting. eity from Transot. Mr. Otis is a
J. M. TM ra of Lake View was a in Ro Hodee the pastor at Merriseto fpmer sad *sooame, and has been
hbe eily ieperday and left fog Tampa And PIleant Hill, and reprmesed quite imeef sl la the later.
a the no trains. the Hafeoyi MNison. ......... .
J. A. Maulfby of Oampvllie and J. After several days spent la this ellt,
W. Harrell of La0rope weroe among Hon. Win. N. Holloway. State Super*
the visitorn to Gailneville yesetrdy. intendeat of Publ Intrution, lef YO R K
J I Manning and aon, Miller. and yesterday for Tallabassee. Prof. Hol
X. W. Foreman wre among toee who lowae elals leUIville as his horme
left for the State Fair at Tamps yes. and ha huadrdseof friends and sp.
I'trtet la this awnetie, at has been
M J. .B ukalght and daughter,. dmonstrted on v looe oewaslos.
1Mi01 11taklsit a muohonetdrd A. V. llli' of Blap was a vaiitoor to
btheaooe, where they will (lalnepville yesterday and called to or-
A!ak for a few djys, (der The Son eontited to his address
S*. ANra fou at Ifo da y for another eatr. Mr. llls f6Ie rly
oe0 ,storw, wherehee rwi rl lt Is bm ore convey o fnr hito reote hiso
pte work for l stor & er owia e mail from the Bland postol e, has
elpolO to bee aens ieeral kte. adopted the name of that plaet as his
S l. Doulaes tof. ATlsohs *eo f u of operations
to ISa's old frien and vdll osub. Pdri and son, M eaor, let

tar o-bdse(t ahe lnral week at tbO for h to recivehi
MH riben, was I th i n in e ttrd tl. H ye er for T mpso. where will
e8 o and "r"nwed histo Turip hti remain otlrthe gloes of the State1
ftrry M. Gollhn has "oBe to Me-* iPr. Mr. Pedriek .has displays d epO
WWIp to i4)k aftfr ble 19l ter tI a' bgage o of his owe muanfasotre whboh
t**t" uniA(on & tIny own 0 of theikagM eredis notonly1 to that ea.
SIwC(t eoldlt l tothat gaI-
ban naval stores plants in the Sltow tIl tlhmeI Sdit eSoul,.bit the en tire
thto ltl.8ta, Tp p e~bi td hats atrasted a
M.. T. Hartnn has purehaed o h Qgiross alte. W. a
Uli eity r ioeryot, corner W t Mala -
and ta bry str ts. and will e roe.
Omse to eoodewt the b sines, at theRAD TIS. *
mm. stand. cu w a. ua, .4e 1a4 e0d, l l ul St
Tres eaby- who has Ii-n in the 1)r. N. W. Nai, aI. ls. Me.: Dor
ity fo e few days tIo vieti his family y. Doe1 or- to wihhas re t ha I re.
left eody for Winter uaroen. U mmead ye bma Wade lru hhIbd

gIwlag. ojeg well ptlased with that and mpself hews hh aqd Ist eid 0x,

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Waalted1m td l yeiasaleina of faer *. '5
edmeel 4 ueelt h ae Ireof mae o
eptl. Salary per year. aya *XA IMt.
tle woekl. apese advaneed Ad- Oe sledn beseh Tsae W

alres .ao ( iClOts. Oar iile. 'a der. -s ra Diewq --as as
lepeq Sherif Jas. t. OS'lI, ;-.*. 'bay *a .d blad dee arb is meI
meue arrted at Miftap e Me. Mravel, S mB diabetes. mm l
ees* t ape a chage of mgmelia, toms aed all Irmela.Uua of th hMS.
s e a eq ~us ti tea .,use aina h h im I i E.
todl ma. fm aed b p 4sbin
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L 0. Gruey of Hilh Springs was
acag the visitora to Ihis elaf yester-
day. .Mr. Graey is eOacti a ne
hahe oa esat Obprob street, sad wa
ren looking after the Same.
Mn. J. P. Lysh sad & eter of Jack-
soarlle, after rief visit to Galnee-
vill*, returned to their home yetoar
day, Mr. Lynch is engaged In the man-
ufastore of lumber at Fairbraks.
-isso Hasle Smith of Waeahoota I
n la h ely., a Ioest of Mrs. O.J. Mix-
Isa. Mai Smith expetshto make her
d snsre today forMelrose, where
ah wU spend a few days with friends.
W. M. a d J.0. B. Thomas, two of
Dell'o promising citizens, are in the
lty attrediageanrs. The latter was
'for one taru as eflent repreeentatire
from Alachoa county in the Legisa.
onr. .
Depoty Sherfl J. W. MeOaan of La-
Crosse was (a the city ymearday.\ He
brought threehead of mulesaaiast
wllb an attebhment bas been seeored
la favor of B. 0. Parker, the merchant
of LaCrosse.
The ooadltloa of Bloxham Dell, who
his been quoe 01 for the pat two or
three days, b greatly Improred, whiah
lnformalteo will be received with
gratiffIMhtio by the young man's ao-
morgou friends.
Rev. E. W. Way left on the after-
sooa traia yesterday tor b h home l
Daltow, OG. He saJd that he had been
kept busy aellng on friends while here,
bo still did sot llO time to se all
those where he wished to visit.
Among bthe vistoton th sil et is H.
0. Oa,, formerly eaooy olleotor, bet
now.reMul g is Nigh bpttOg. Mr.
Oato has be laIll health for the past
yer, but friends wilf lhe 'ratled to
learn that his ooaditiJo has very moh
S"Say, Merhast & Co, is the Irasu
lated sugar yo are oferiag 0 pounds
for $1 good, #ore augart' Postilrely
ye, and more thaa that, you get 10
oanes to the poend. Oall-boy-pay
--end be oonvteed. O. M erehant
A Company.
Mrs. 0. M. Frisk of M iseas
was in the ity ,itwei few
hoars. She wa ea atka,
where ea had bah d oa
aseosat of the tillas emaeother,
Mna.T.J Longmag Is is to be hoped
she loed the oaodltion of the patieoa
A pwdrt lio ha buee Intalled n thM
etore eeampd by th Unverlsty Ore.
wrry, former Weo IMia auad Libert
Mrieste, which divides the place late
two term The treat will be ooeepted
by W. P. Moetley, while M. T. Hars.
am will e attame his bdelseas aI
the real fhl Weas Mama street.
TS aoe a beWl rested by Dr. J.
U. AMlden ., Alaei a avenue, est
OlaaalMe. Is aes smlaee propel
taoem, ad will be mpetd wihin
thde alrbw weeks. It is beplw ea
eueusd -a aon etly modem prime
pIe, two etortt, sad will be applied
with every esveleoate. Whea eom
plotsi, wte hbo will beos aupld by
Mr. ad Mrs. Chas. Bill.
DA.D. 0. A. M. Ohmea, P. 1.
L. Webaer.asd W. B. LHig Moes
Wales as Master of dMe vwe
Late a. 41.P. A. 4.M.,maeao yae.

SNOt Imely e veWle. They w

e meek. i ed t Se mac.

em en his wan, Dew. and MSin. ast,
a aMpeue a o *d s tfsela a the hew
af 0.3.i & p tla Deth -ahesw a

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Z loI).a whwi favored the eaona
via with a visit peostrday.

lasspk 3. Harrlsiwn d 3J L. Math-
eM of ?uogtoa w*or* toth e ty letter.
MON" 4"ay. The later loft a the SOOm train
;fee% T" n %b r e egow Fair 03 TaImps.
He" P". of"sL ItF"uowant 20
PSI- 6 la Nflhulased seatfor $I
yO\i ~ If y u las '& stand
Vietvep, sep frommadodr. G.&. Nor-
~ k~k~C~m411 28i &.00;
-"ahis$te LANW O"ntasto, Jost theMhnll for
Formers 60 nrpl e wmen, WOe per
Aommm Off~o n ,w M Ma

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(roramer advert leal ud M *'
.. 8ATINOLA ...
No chmans I forulsa or Pomau
ol a wbee eoare so **dd
we sMst *o rd to bove *o vutoIs
ton eoae with a"ny other .
NAWO" is atb edamie)."aam
be reft ade ev ervryent ene
lee ow. he worst is i
theoa ler. soft. bealtt a l lI
beauty of th. F'o
P1Im Mowte0 and I.0 Soil to l eel
bySH alledia dnruitsts, or by V,,
National Toilet Co., Pard, T
Sold ai OGaneville by J. 8
& Oo. and J. W. MeOollum & OO. "

Prosm Thursady'as ad : bun:
A. 0. Willlm. of Rochelle was i
the city yesterday.
Mrs. E. T. Finklea of Roehelle w"i:,
shopping In the city yesday.
Oounty Tax Assessor W. W. Oote9-6
left yesterday for a brief visitto
Dr. H. L Montgomery of Mleaut.l
was among the visitors to Galnue-.I
Miss Nellie Gos has returned fl
icgeago, where she has been with "
brother, Jesse Gos.
B. L. Flowers, a progressive altiSft
of Willeford, was registered at Ltbi':
Brown House yesterday.
Prof. N. W. Hall of MoDteoeha -
nl the eity yesterday. rH departed
the noon train for Tampa.
We do not defy eompetltio but Is#
vlte inspectibn and Iuaraaleo ato
and prices. W. R. Thomis.
Turpentine leaves for sale at this
lee, "o per doseo. $8 per had
Cash must company order, dawtli
Hon. J. A. Rw,,borough of WId--
repreoentative from Ala schus0ona
the Jegislature, was a visitor to
eity yesterday.
Homer Love of Trenton, one of -
most widely known citizens of
Wet End, was among the boslaoe vso
ibon to this eity yesterday.
We have on sale a carload of I al"
and a carload of horses. We sII
We our stock and refund pU
price any time within ten daye f it I'
Is not satlifaetory. W. R. ThoLs.
Lost-Strayed or stolen f re f
plae near Archer on November I5h.
oe Jerey eow, color fawn with a-
whit aboath ead. Aswers to mea
Iellie. Sottablo reward to aauyosie f j
lag Infonmation enabling e o Ia
her. W. E. rowa.

L. A. Jarnigan, GaineWtls, Pa.
Dear ir: You are jraewler,
fore, wo kaow the rale of a W
MovTemea Wuae, sad that it is
thm Ihe awerage of ILa elao .
Any selturwhopaiats yor e .-I'
yoar elghbor's hooue and y ar
bor's a4gbbesr hoem with the'
M fPaat befor Marhb 1. I08 wil
from aU B heatiae mae wa se
Walthm aWomiens, theI lhaile

L M. e I u abogt ($1. p,
Evry ebfb wa f be W c glvt
qaIt~ayof L.& M. Pa les
thery patt.
4 a1m Loanan A Merutin
. Pala mixed witU I S -h
Oi1 wtl paist a hoses.
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