e fsk u i o o froi ml. th A... .s.i i.ar i. I tl n r w JI n m crr henl. .T*.. ..... ... . n e .,
S. aI I, G.u i nn -r,, V_ r ....... Il a, ,I ..
b bseai of t1 ta:o f n lt 91 3i top -- tie.. ... ,r An..urw. ,u 1 trueg.... p. .. ...

-I f 'J 3 0l i r g E lkr),Alr , Iri. tC,. , $- 11 0 1I c ,eJom etrk- iso lA w t e a n t s IM l'
Sand that th bor 1 thIeI. i")1r1lJpit :,til .. $10i a 11 I4I i. 4 &Ik 1*m icI i .al i at ang 14i

I l. I lln L r. %o irt -. et., : 1 t, l I z.'i P.4yo 4 , m ech,,cim im .. ,rOci.. Ian.. *
urs booom l pta pee a a v e. s irpi. ni ..mr *ui... *. . -....... i 4 r- j lp .tl *..... ... ....... .S. l ...6 5
la4i3 t. & 1,0n 1 .. $ 1I 10 t) 1S 3 t M. f.... a .....i..


9 T t b W I OR 0 o n0 16 I . I I .a1na rd.1 r . . .. m es .- i. .I Hr. MOM id 6 11. . F 4. 1 .,
a 0. e sMt ....... ..... ...s.... ... .. ept. I 5MI 7I t or at'ir mer....... ........t. .
...' "It '.. -. t" I 4 It
I na 5 S. nle Johor W ,' l et hailm. 4A .. I ot s i l 1e A1 m.kaw t .. ..............


,,.,,r t. ,1+m.a m n hs .i ta,.,. .. r1n., Srp. .. IS.t t,, ;W % ysk **. Ku ;u..i:...., $k3

K IS. H. o ,,,,. l. .. i,+ ,+ ........., -. + B--- -ate .................,,. ,. .-
hasl be ImpO gry 101. ).. IIa. is.l nartng10 .. $ m ..... SetnC ;. s 9 0 1 *. a l*a e ****at$**3.* B 8







I gZ I3 Ah AI. selr cl. ah1n t.c j ih M .t., hw .. ... i (S.I IM*l. frn t tai, ............... .
SlI n i1 ke m i n r..........(lam.. .. ....... .. ...Sep. 34, 1)M 3i o 1 It W r. S rashe. & A muo. A3 m lhaets. $ ..... d r 1



Il A. 1H'. W o k0I4 m e src h an t 7 .. . .... . Sep t 'i a ,5 1a 1 3_ ._0 f" . . . .i r. .. . . .
lll l, V M 25 '. :1 i411,1e1r10la,, lan ........... +" ;4 $9 2 W ; $@ e. vo., m t .........
93). 1. tial mn erd 40ams. $Iai Se I



I 00.Ve T O A 14 A. P. Kdet,,,. rclan. PolMO.. ,,,* a*l *l OF, ........
t, . Ls. " Jan I i m + m, s ........ I.... O I
1.5W MsWel J ... .F. York. .erchalnt,. $110..... ep. S'o 1 T ""-" -
,1Drew s Iltlf S . h sKept. l ow 30 'S



4. l.s l a % eLs. rte h h Ma.m l o ......... Sept . WM f --.
&. WI tirs. Jran l r oi n tlon. muerchaa Wl ...... V, I111 4 '. L-1_ .'. ....
5,A 'I -. 0. Fjrob on. live ctaln dra.. ..... ...... --. M S 1.41 A m N l . ...
1 .r. I I, ltrM l ,it. ..............T.e. d, l o s 1e I, ) *... m lti-ha t ............ I
DNO e. SewI, 1$ A. S I1I. 3endordn shmn i lssl2, i i ..t th an hua, m a e w. f. t4 n a0 so. .4115



I Ih. .i..a ... ,o ,, ..r.... m.. ...................-. s iI K ." h, fsl ............ s
I 0 n I 1. icm c me rchant. *.. Spt. A 1 1 s .e I.t Ie .I n ... ........... .....




rher. T fj3 Aille a strmI rca mrcha t. .... Sept. a inM a s4 i S nr A' wa.d wrbagteW
No.7 -OAele v*b .W +.Z: AlU... ,.......................... ....... bep. a l' 3 M -. . .. ....
31 N b. in. t, fl hrrlr 7 1................ %.. A t. 1, 10. 3 1 3 4 9 i .. .. ... ...........
W D re t k hj $ I .1 ic a ;. troorniyu tablo $-C f ...... tSet" a. "1 19 a 1 ju5 0e: & .......:..

A. -l tld U 1 C. I. WLiLrl m e. rchant,. e l .... tot oi : 11101'S I 24 the ad ,t ...n.........

L*. T N 8 39 Altanad,,+i.e 0114m. ,,,e, ha,. $ -"....U C ^;t s --r. ..... ..... s;o, K3ft
Wip gA. g R 8 I e. Aw d Martin, livery &sable and drayvin;. al 0.......



She ld, A 5 I911'i1. 1.o a 4 t. 1Cercah *11410 $ P1Oc. ,o a l 4 3 40 20 W. ....i
31 ll lie K.. Ttll -is' d, n k ch h r u tiel ....... ....... ..c +l I M 3 *4 1 Am i 1166 14.... ........
Sim" L "- 33S 1';'k. sja n.l mer ehast Nae..... ....... .... nop. of" 3 1
SIt. 1M 147 1 h.i.,i. -,. me.rcha.n. _I. ...... Sept. 21 11 11 *1 I o l e I . . ert. ....... .....


I N Faml Ve.r 4 ta mI h an'e......... S. ........... ... a.... Oa tk I . .. ..


s a i ao. Jw2 4 .. 4. he c.ha, &,,,,;,,,. mr ...an, $....... .: ~S .. : a low 4 i, usm. a,.. ..... ...: :.
44. o .. s J A i 1. i. l r n-a. ri tntm rchan t. s ...$S........ *-11 .. N Sa ,. . ...




,ini TeLod.r FGiMeler, n ':. merchan SW'r .... ..... I.. 0 4110 1 i r S W.' _*MU ..I ...
4$ J W. u F nip r h h..s I, erchan. P I ... (rt. $. SIe 3 I i i 0 jr C SpM adm IV. ...........
Ho lieroDnJW. S 1.cJ. I I. tahin s, Ma rnian,. Sl, itand l e. p t. 5, 1I8 so ot p .<... a .*...

e p. Ip l, tl l. lme1 erchanimI t. ..71 -a.... ... eIt. U0 11W ? 5. S jI fh. Lt n ..u.......






.. o Del (3 8 *ti s.t J Fiormani (r ue andrch reslu. u.g < :. I Us as a r m. wrk. m .... ....
40 W .Mc allum & Cu .. dr..i... Ket. iu Wi6lia s 0 .3 40









Ai ) < I tDaanef d, W Flea G 1 . i .. mrc hanr. ...... 1. w 1 M S r s .. & mer a. ...n .. .











ee Jsa trd N G ar l. Ff f e l.r.t rt. m *w 1.3nte tar 54 :1& n i M o oels r, no. 7. ...U l.... a A% erma ., m.rch. ant. II .. ............ M 1, 18 2 3 0i d ..!!. ....... .......
w wo o I r.' .. . u nh ani........... ....... t. I r -I. .01..1111

; l e, P s\).. 1 .. .anrlt. Al Oa .s I . .i.e . ........ .C 1 __ml al. ik k 1 At
*L et, P E D 1.4. Frei le Mi k. lefl4 b t 11 o 1. Il IM d4. ti 1 IL A


c N.O 1. a'il ri merch ian ...iK ...... -. ( 1 ; in I .t. .. .1 ( l n ;' .' ., *
um etiRi i s G. 8 i tm *u... i. ........ ..I. ........ ........ .. .(Itt I S 3 M

A a.~ Job aS an h. II, %ulalh 11 chn. $Im r ia t ................ .. . inW4i s Im ....
Sip hes, 1 W B .olo rrlit rchit i$. ......... ........ 0"tM. 1. IOU so I a :1. o M .S........

1 r aandn h Ic.t ,. nr I .r.. .rrt.... t'. I i s t U, i-'..... .
LShi Iey, TU t t. An r .v u. .1rt. s a ....... .......... .. O 1. .i0 U. I3 0 ,F, me .rc.. .. ...
Wsehirt., 1K 6b ., erlu.. m erchant, SM . 0".. 1. ON 90 1..
64 It'. urvani. murc h machng.t kt. I -. lowo ai. 0 4

N W b J .T 4 I. lak htr..., n rcihant., $.17 I....... .......... .. t. 1 4 me t a*S.. .....
S Dell A n *o y GS S uni. rI. s. in cmtchan. $W.._.............. On. 1. IN_ Gn I um I S-r'-. me be0e-t,0.--T
W W Pkilman, j j 0t or a nnact. 1. low 3* 1M as umhas.. I ,
A l r II .) I0 e I I ..r, r ichan t. .. . ........... ..... 1 O f . .........O
m ak WllsE on .* : rlAS am u (,.., ,rra . an t. t $M m 11 1.1 .. tiee.. n .... .
N) asG.s e. t old. er .... .... . .a 1).. was......................... l I ." ........... ............He.' O a
No_ tO-M c p.r.Nal, u chn .~1 $ .. 1.. .. j 5 I 1 W-"a.mi .l W sl 01es1e1
ShirM h ley, T J ,~b F. kutV. jjj*jxta. u .... ... ... 1.


;i-is I n-re. n.r. han. 0 .. ............ Oct. .I.................. ......HM ,4/. .. .o '.a.-.... -
_ll L M. .9 3 . It . merchan,, r. .. .... .... ........ ..... .C o.. ......i..i n' ._:.5..,.




N o f V l ow s i, J so 2 n.. I M. i,... ... r han s .................... t. .. 118 i 4 c O mit -i ""er............

3n MIl s or U.O .hin r. hic. i re merchlniaua 1 ............ ...-.. ., I.. .... .. .I W. .inF, A n a sal. $NU ..............
se l _1 N ...11. 3a Ie recant. S)....................... .. ....._. .. ,........ ..... I Sa
Kitng i m merchant. I ; ..................
&t a 'alr I sta nkl ineit. res deanti wt. le... .... ..... .( i1, 30' 1 1 L 3 st. l. . low i
K- ,,ho .......................................................... .... low 1SO .30, -o. a- .. .
Ue l~ u l s nw + + F I ,,,Jr s in n e Ift, t a 4.. . O c 1, M I3 1 VMoa:K= 116 a.. .
0-l', 1 11 I Jj a n e A. r...d.........
LLa t b eh i O ct... . .. .. .. .. . . ., . .
Mil VE ph ai I. SI al,111. m ,rs chant. Soo ............ ... t In I. t lo l f i IC Nh. A 14.....'
V6 ubse as, ) 1 k.1 C.chakn er, merch ant, p.................. Oct.. I ISO So I so NOT"
G u M il t o n T7 Ir A lex _Ii.l|. Il rl]ou g IW O un-.l, I S l I t, ............
capr i .".. "". '" ."" . ........ .........(Mi OWN "s "R . I ...... ..."' *
A N o MO -- Mi o W . .. ... ... Ti ,.nn, i,.r......UM t S lUA il ji ,, li 1 O,. t.. . . S aw... ... .. *
,,a,,e, ipt I ia, mra-l.,& lb- IrchU. $ K..... E;t, 18 40, 0 .....,d I. :n;::::::: I'


ix % ......... .
nW L laoon0 it 0C oi1i I.i t Ilta'r Iri. kT,. 2. 11 9 1le s a i. ti w. I.. 1 1it. N. V. Life ls... Agent ......
I t H W T oukira, itJ 1 I,, Nl,,ig ,,urf. %I.' ,,f, I.. Oct. 2, 103 3 0 1 .. 24 Wr. Vuglelmack. dnUgesi................
I l aihhe, cA 1, c' t. l-lhek. ,rntchant.S'" <-t. 2. tISi 23 F6 3 tio 1.. Mathew., merchanm. .
i l W yeheA J I ,,I + ,, I ,"l ,,i.,,,,. .ri -.n. :-, Oct 2. 2. 13 4so W 2 9 otin '. 1 white, betel, amcco wm odi ii
R !i IeI t N II' -.r e i'. Oct. 3, IW I 100 4 1 1 i to it .................... .. .....*. .... .. .. .
i slatrlct No. Ii- Archlr. ,, f \I:-...I *,.I-, t 1 l :... 1si ] l fa f m rha1 ntobn ;. \ hlle. me ha*nt, $16. (I....... ..... I
T seker Cotim in, ti *, Iit l t ir l r ', .lt .ii-.t I.. ., l It n :.1 .. a .r- Smart. m terhc n t. ST ................ O
t o unter, J me .,,,, ,...*. p, . ,c ;, 3 i w t o \\. lootlh merchant. $7 ............
'F* I lAi ,. i1. m: ',, I,; OfE 3. 1. tloi, Ii> (i a, 214 v.a anr llrug Ci.. dru liggi ...... ... ..
L Milton, Alex I I ,' !, nt i *l* 1, 1%1 P`4 I s 2Ki W. C. Carter, retsurant, calling les. than *k t u
o by ltamsi ey, F I 1 11 I. T,', .+1 i ,, 1?,. J., IV ...................... ... ..:.......
SI o W allu *N J* I n 1 '"1i' iI,, "11 .. I9W, I s .:, 2%, E A. O'Neil., mW rrchant, .............. ,
Sn, N 'i ; I i * 1 '2 ..,l , ,, > 1011 1 r ,** I : IR i I 1 tov f m err Heier.nt l... .. .. ',Q t
I N o. 12- Arredondo :0.1. ,.. ~. ;tt Erl To U i., ?! oi. ph 1 C "per merchant. i .... .. ......
l. F Iw on.s ;ler' nimi .; J.. li, t .. .,r... .. Ict "I*i % I .. 4 We ey n0 Serr whasnt. V*. Ow.
W de S rol, e..o'. t t h 3. I II:t 1)C 14 1 i, t. ThSoma.. merchant. 4 .......
e r I, 1 -. ,slil . .c 3. .pin 3; It ~cta l wM rank 10. Ii,. m.er.h... IF-... ......(..
6i1.1 Vidal, -. A ;.. 1 .1. 10 1 ii 1 X3 Union 1'ho.aph e Co.. amprchuass .. t 6
aNol.. 1,MrA #1 ,., 1 4. i N PM It
114 Morio1., .I II! I f W s) 1). At lunia y. Irr u sa able. Jim th an
D stri t No. A 14- M elar@O s I t, ,rha * .; 'c: 3. 3 31 3u u a i> horses .......... ......... . .... .. ...... ..... ........ ....... .*0
A E Hart, (i*U .iltm iii. : 3 ( miMi, capacity I" to 1'.
ml'j~j __ I*"? ?J ~h 1.'-l.-^ ni\\ lh. r.imrl*iut. 1 21 *1 II :n Mr l i. Ik. 1e e ih ml r *E,7e1...... .. ...... . C .......
AO A I: I l\,n &l. tic c. 3. 3Sf 6 40 1 qq a Grimet & latheart. m erchanto. r I ... n.S

M W ater* T o lul A | | |.. |H,,I l: PITi 3'. .i 21 0r 3011 r11r ii, w. Leem s. nm-t. i Sir ............. .
229 1 .A r nAi A Ia rch1.. rII 1c 11W 32 00) 3 w 4 Ieo,. L.oing, merchant, 11*............. ... ( t s.
Di I.'No ictN 1-Windsor. ,t 4a ,na... a .. is9w ,. 0," 6 fl A S John W. el.tl. cigar dales c ihnnecd
No 1 Win do* i .1r) Itt 'e i"r ("ire, 1 5 1 11 1 i a I itml hotel .......... ........ ......... Oct. ,
WH Chapman .1 I II. ia. irat .S Is a : u t Jn W. Estell, he. accoG 1ka It 4. io 2 1 SI t. ...........m.o.ai... s....
SJe n n4IC S, I ._1 Nie tle t m i prTetat r,:1 t ( It L. Ism 3 00 1 It) 3o w ....... .ay.A.t.... s rh i..0... .. ......... ... H, *

i n Thos M iesth. LH M tl l. ln,I l.oni "..o m .;h an 1 t ,' .. ..i..... i :l l r 1.. II1. A L etrrm a. m ieh 1t ................ .
SIMoil on. 1 .1 6. I I1.i., 0h n ._ .. SI >:311n1 (lIomt .. trIani.. mr Ih .l ... ...........
NPrimts. I D It Ocn i S rr 9 (?.1314 %lanrhatian Inuultwin Ia smpau. igh.
On Pr a ud., IT n.1 I. Is T .oma. merchant,. 5 .. & 3 machine .I. p...o. ... .. ............... Or. 5
J D I)smith, IH M 1 .. I.mn awlton. merchant. $100 O(t. A. I i 1 .9 317 i f. It, Alderman. dentist. ............. Oct
ew il T A. I t-> |i.1 Fuich~ to. meritaIn p *, :ct 5. 4m. 25 S*1 W. i KAnder.n, tusurance ageet....... ...Ot
wO. T11 A htt1. %11. Io.ins, .yeminAng t4r i S. ISM loon 2 1% Inlhkus tn.. merchant.. CWO....
aUaa 17s..e .pe Oct. k 1 J2 IWO I., lines. win mh t llMr 2as b
S%1 1. R Thoink. m er ch ant. C 100 ..4 ohl We ima .. .............
*Aadnw I Davis,0 A 144 T II Newton. merchant. $ . .. -- MWK 1try. at.. a..
147. u ( T on t hs, phate Io Mining tdwsp hs Ict Ig 3 e y Xm)y F Mc e= C. *TS ...... t.
i StR, o.R MJuao la 1W I",ton |Pho phat te .. m"ning pho,,.1;e < "3 to '= $N I. dwar l tc.. to 12 ..- ..
Hl t al W ii oa merchants (eSm .. .. . . . ;o., .......... .'..... ................. c
Hf Sowlel, W 1 9, on r" ph.r.. o mm.in .tho.nl r.. a so. .__12 1DM ._ r + JI ? i, M................. ,3
l a d erA C l.'.l fWl tuon Pl hosphate (c mining 11ho111.1iitair3 13 1 1 I US2H Itiom. w e e .l drdat. od..n....W' ep ab B to
S i S- T.O e Kennard. tirsa., 4 in i hkhr.-r. | ,kt . +. t n It * .. IS W. R. Thm.lar*, Uo ry l .i ble. .. . .... Oct U
Lh11; t1 .. F& ne ,, meot' ant *n.. *t.. 1-, 1 56 1 :. wo, -i. t -dn. r dpu l ..t.......... ....... ..... ..
5 It p S W. 1) 1" 11 T & unf m rchant ( 11 0 1 ,lr ill r Minin hT0... .. Oc(....... .. o.

giW m m n H W I 1. | .1 ilham1 ires. merthants. 1X,. uO t 4, 198 4 OB 3 t r-lord & 1avi1, nifiry stabMe, (e to 3$ I up
l*N*A Fowler, A C tI Isen . U 5* as ian .. Oct
Ir90 104* 111 0 W. R. Thmas. llnry stable. S9 rw~e... Ot.

LI It s Kiea m1 erha n, i ..h.r. +I-. e 1 : ,34 . lOmdn, ldl vl. druggies a ............i l
A tttoi na T J r' 1'. l\ ne rI. merchant O j 3 X11 (icievilte t..at.. 01w( 1 ......... .
,' w' lauric e Stricnk i .taliin ... sati W IV- bows" . .......... ......... .. .... -. .
Ns. S-O.range Heigts. .... 3 ..-.. (. 4. 31 m1 2 )' It 1 3. m n. ir rsml .s ie..hs --.. .. ... I
K t HerJ rM TI Kite. ntcrchMnr 5 ca .1 !11116 at.* .,........................................ t
1, It Nelis n. kleeer tiailn Oct 4. 111 11 2$ 22 1 1 0. B. Firy dealer in fruit. and vesei kle'. ( t.
Hunter 'F l lot I;. %%. Tanner. phyaticin 3 Xch. 4. 13* 3 Ms 1 tr sfl E. 1. Baird, merc. hanes mind .l.a.. ......
i(tIi 4. W Tanv ner. merchant. Or I .t. 4, SIt - 3 1. K ein n, merchant t ..............t
HeLtieb, IT C tI % C. Rnbini av r merchant. StI ) Oct. s, 3M 1 "ts t3 M' K. Retehart, mernhials. M ..........t






.-r .' .'. .-,, A B,: "- mIL .. ",," .A, ,'I
-,,-' _4. ,. ,"- -,' - . ,


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6ie
bcu


5?9A


s*


dal


me


Made


your cake, muffins and tea b
nack. They will be freshAer,
more tasty and wholesome.
J Baking Powder helps ite house
produce at home, quickly and eco-
b, fine and tasty cake, the raised
mt, puddings, the frosted layer-
ip cookies, crullers, crusts and
with which the ready-made food
t the bake-shop or grocery does


compare.
oyal is the greatest of bake-day helps.

| -",; ROYAL IA)mle CtOwe, :>,., riV Vi K.

f R Y A nSure with I ashAN A 11.
SA Ni D ^'W iPnii No 4,, the West Side Market,
MTi iliru l for c,.w1 m. e., oof beef.
I il lvo Eva Hiaile has returned from ia
:. "d h.ti lii'ftful viait to relatively t Alachua.
.....u. G. A. etftr' bread wraon will be
Irm JUW t OatUlh-Iartjlidl witi bread agJin Monda1y
i li t 0ur Imp'tns. ,uroingi. d2t
SP1' r a l'kbrh' d is the very best
_.. made ill Jacklfvivlle. Try / me.
l AND SOCIAL ITEMS 'Phonie 1eKmntry.
pJ.- "s i J. K, Christian of Molntosh. m sem*
4 ;HldWhatlsGo tng of 11ta tiw o Clariatian Dioksom
ST" In Short Paragraphs Company, merehnat., was a business
"He Who Runs May Rlde" visitor to this city yesterday.
l .gun W. I.. napkinn of Jacksonville, rep*
Mbk .a- 11 r ?isenting Armour & Co., is at te
wi Ciwha t i. Brown House. Mr. Lampkin has Just
today at J. L. Oraw!ord'u. returned from a pleasant vacation.
penr for ale at The Sun Hiram Wright. as Industrious col-
ored farmer of Archer. was n the eliy
nr of White Sprinp is at yesterday. H called at The Sun
Holes offlee and renewed his suutseription.
*Whe country elgs at Gaines- (orge Tsylor of Palmer, soperin-
r 00. 'd. tendent of the Galnesville Peach Or.
I--Pointer pups. Apply No. chard Company's interits at that
St. 2t plae, was a visitor to this city yester-
"SI bread alain Monda by 6dy.


6bkeery. d2t -
; and pig feet at the West
t 'Phone 40.
M' Wonderful Salve for sale
eMOollum & Co.
t. uhman has returned from
trip to Jacksonville.
Sbet Elgin butter. always
i.Wkb tllle Ooe ry Co.
bI Jacksonville stop at the
Sr.Ilocation. best neals. tfi
|theen of Hiigh Springs was
lourt in this city yesterday.
hWe of fruits. vegetables and
else at McKinstry's. 'Phone
p ples, pineapples, etc. Fresh
le I at cabbage. (iainesaifle
H.arvard of .Arredundo was
Swho paid lainesvilfle a
,y.
k!l.-Seioud -hand I ensniore
Will be sold chliep. .Ap-
ofnlte. tf
keVinAned, departed yesterday
Ma, where she will spend a
55 ize guest of friend#.
|f-oed, fresh can of that ele.-
Itk auusae in oil. Very tine
tait. 'Phoie C. V. McKin.
^1, the musician and piano
,departed yesterday for Alachua.
.h was called on professional
. A. R.e of lossburg. Suwannet
it wlain the city yesterday. He
fl blaesine connected with the
iSttes land office.
IMat-Two nicely furnished
S6..Wst convenient location in
Apply 3I5 East Liberty street,
"t Sun office., tr
RI 5. Farmer of Bronon, editor
S other of that spriflhtly paplr,.
!1 TiamI.Democrst. was a vis-
this eity yesterday.
Winnale Tacker was in the city
!53. She was en route to her
I BIeekhelle, after a pleiaant
LM -m .


Wood-Pine and oak; ring 'phone
180 for the best $1 load of wood you
ever bouRht in Oainesville. Four- foot
wood to rner. J.M A. Deveneau, Ed-
wards' stable*.
Col. Fred S, Cubberly of Cedar Key,
collector of cuiatola for that port, was
in the city yesterday. He was en
ronte to Dunnellon. Port Inglis and
other points on official business.
Mr. and Mro. J. If. Ward of Fair-
banks were in the city for a few hours
yesterday. They were en route to
Hlawthorn, where they will visit their
soni. Walter Ward, a prominent farmer
of that petlon.bi
Mits Nannie Mccintosh, one of the
cfitient teachers in the Gaineiville
tradedd and High School was among
the pame.ngere to 11 wtlhorn yesterday.
Sli' will spend Stinrday arid Sunday
at ie'r hums' ,earr liz.
YeLttrdlay'o chang.ti of temperature
was weeot'ltI, mauid had a tendency to
makik everyone' "braec up" to the eon-
ti it ii#L. The, weather was delightfully
I eo, nd had it not be'tn for the strong
wiiid would havr bIeet perfect. The
people of this Stat. have experienced
i loig imuiianitr, akid will be glad to
note a permanent drop of the mercury.,

READ THIS.
Jackson., Ten1.. June 4, 1l--kl-This
is to certify that oie bottle of the
Tcxas Woinder, Hall's Great Discovery,
hat cured my wife and myself of kid.
ney. bladder and rheumatic troubles.
and we most cheerfully recommend It
to the public.K. Ui. liii % i, WirE.

A TEXAS WONDER.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes. seminal emis*
sions. weak and lame baeks, rheuma-
tism and all irregularitleu of the kid-
neys and bladder in both men and
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Per R*s-4sere Rqsl Oook etwev.
r i sed. Addre Thee V. Per.
Set. JaMbovlle-,.
Mrn. W. 5. Dow of ligb SVprite i .
ifed is the ity pf terda, and will
amke her future home i a this esy.
Fri nde ofSl tshs -ilmbl lady will be
glad to welcome her, ad will do all
Sth is possible to make hr surroand.
lage pleast.
Mr. sAd M' F. H. Hrr of Ilea-
Dopy were tilnliIn Itn Mthe slyu i.r
day. Me, Horris isa member of the
from if Onem Nestu. extesMlve
maustikursm of nval stern, and is
ae of sh *mos popular reMdees o@f
the Misanopy seotls.
Altlntion t i an to the lies of
name strictken froe hei r 4egisusatl
lies. The Bourd of County 0Comasl
sIoses will monene on saurdayl, Oe.
lober l, ais whih times e llm aw s
Illegally stricken may be re-regitneed
upon proper appllcatlon.
Amo (! the vislorn to this eity fl
onrday wa Sapervlurl of Reuisualam
W. R. onulter pf Levy ounsi, who
reslde at Bronso. Mr Coul r cao
o consaul The un in thSe master of
prlntinax the election tilket for levy
for the November "bout," ad left his
order here.
Speelal Deputy Sheriff 3. R. Zetro er
of toehelle was to the city yettordy.
Hl euae to bring itby fiUllams, a
colored woman who was "oamvited In
Justine Toeker's ourt upon a okarp
or asult and battery, and who was
useattoed to pay a iae of $10 san
eons or spend thirty days In Jail. The
warrant was issued at the lAstigatito
of Willie Perry.
J. R. Wells of Jacksonville, general
"oeat and saleman for the gsPtr
sewing machine, we at the Brows
House yesterday, having eome for the
purpose of arrasgitg to b'pes head-
quartersn la his eity. Mr. Wells ia
"* fellow of th elwTevere type." sad
makl friends wherever l goes. Be
has bee very Nueces ful ia handling
the inger machine lu this eNtloa.




New York


know him are'alweay glad to see hi
here,
Captain Pres0 04d
Information ha mawbud this city of
the death of OCapala H. 0. Cro,
which 0c4urred in siavise ambltufd .
Captain Croom wasn ae of sh mert
widely keown railroad meIs l this'oes
tion, having been a eodmesor eo the
Florida souserm railrled la the mare
ow.gaufe days, and laSer with the
Planl System and Atlaoti Co0ma Line,
where he worked uptobelspelal agea
of the line. with heialqartem r a ha
vannah. He wa highly viaided
here. and his numerous friendly will
learn of his death with regrei.
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ness on a big iCAI'UWAUSAIT.
scale.


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MlAUI AMIO PCspIetI. OaUllUK. Da 00
IrW. tNaSfl. c rAlS.


The Ganesrilloe

Undertaking Co.


Carry Complete Line of


Caskets- and


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Just received a
ment of....


Have* s different kinds.
We will only have two
price.
One kind will be 10 cents
a pound, equal to 20 and 25
cent candies
The other kind will be
sold at 2o cents a pound-
one-fourth pound rfor 5 cents
--equal to :15 and 40 cent
candies.
Come around and buy
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Alberst M. Hoi of ard wat lat
the ity yesterday havwoig ie far
the pmorpm of easerid a khomlead
a Larfapet eoeaty. earl hi. hoed
After several dae pentla It iA city
I, aleAtatm0 as ,e4n, (aGeo .
R"iem departed ynlamisy fe hksl -
ah. Mr. lpare has tbes eidlag at
High prims feor the past fw yeas.
durnl which time he ham bmee 0
Wd latIh whikky bluieali ,. He
will opes a boilaa I n bsammki. sa
ph*l" -essomat hat itly histueit
boom.


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Leaped Proe MSepems OcmpQ Se
O. --ea ppr-n-s-A i0 ,PMMl
A dispatch so The TIseUNllasU f
Palasa state shta Sla Bws, a me. a
gre. ean of theI *. wematla wbo
eamp la Dade aoumy s014 -
ben captured as %o$ NFwlis by




Palatka for the priepaer.
Browa tm a Usaseilla m*s. ill
b! born sad aer.'w e-. c lot s.
eec tlme e a o the 5u 0aa % ri
howmer, and a few smeathep a -
naviftd In tbhe sires am"fl so t
eamay for meme and seeae H
so eve gars is la'st ples. Y w
ma la well haw. Oe msay oftShpe
or ionueas around here.
HARRISON SNIRiOUS .
stoct QPian Agent f s eird
Wed to A Wortey Qm W,
WCl. W. HOtum iaO, i. t
M.Mp iea ,l! 0etf of .oMeW.t &10
al *Ag d she peplalryo
Jusater of th esMbhrt Air tIe aj
wa. Was la the eiy 1 q ,
eowm lalndu.eh4el se l* g as i
JFriday mratinm mte I amoit
the bslaes of Mehsipsay,-M be
Jobn Collins, the as. ,le Mih
yes put ea0 by a pbmysW dp &pp
of ta abot u while bet i l
weoeatly near De ulyTW, gew h
as sea dollars end iOMs by
Jaksoeaville, wherwhe es b e
by on coullit.
"Mask" 55 he is moe e ttioIe
known by hbis friends, Is a .e M O
vorite in thislUloo, et these w i i


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sfaw sell


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Group Title: Gainesville daily sun.
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Publication Date: October 15, 1904
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N r .thin la th st l tllit Is elainng

Ee W Smu Mt a Iat by
tIowd 1"Y b last thala


MM ais sWIm. The trot
Sqe ^ I" ju at i ob-a-altg.

a. M h a d lnp Iskla m otaklag
.7 e .wg w "-awe d.. b Oe priomntl
i mimi~ abortut


of doh what we dktre promptly.
bus. Is th9e md 1 that will change.
a Oir iates will grow. our armamsent
Will Improve, The outcome will' be la
tia. ad that Rests will obtain her

!S the o enoe of Port Arthur ha#s
. sl bhes one of the wonders, of modern
W. .rpaT. Thb Japan(gje outnumber-
"' ,law s asu hd besetnsg the fortress by
Se ,i. tpad .and blockadint it by sea, ad
S.. wVitUh a naVt advantage over us both
by land aMd ms have. fallen many
SU NL imiaths abort, of their calculatlonas.
..... f*l therk la to be a winter campalan
t e -t wIans will have the advantage
!i of Jl o ppnu in be'n; better able to astau,
1-lIa I the cllmnte. I ahbld, therefore, look
.a" .J, h i e t iuch a campallin to Kreally
Mth SailNl Mrebaai"a betefit the army of Rus. .
,rw0w 1t OllIeb0 MISS bONARIs FLKEEINI.

.r' tn. athis .aP Uprising of 10%000 Chinese in Tamin
"a4.-. smu and Chantetu.
hs .l a S10la hanghal. Oct. IS-The Britishmn!n.
W $waudsblatier ham notified the Chinese foregn
# i 4" A ^ bs""' otce of an uprising. 10.000 strong. In
I 'iw2th sa aI*i flh t Ii TTamtingitt anl Ciiantefu. on The bor.
"-om. a, t kbe t 01 Cr of bhantunl. C ill and i =nan
*.1wIs! lW law. h Meaufa. provlnces,. The forliu mis.-luzarie,
60B! liett W NlWad. Ieler ar o fleeing to relilgP.
t Iale n with Tho greatestl dangerils apprehend
^l..'. U aes tion wth ed tin Ilonan. wh re the oMcials are
t he U beibore the legrniuris presumed to be ,luilra-conservntlve
)sme uftItbthmtlntat adenr'ad .Isa. military governor of
-t. 0 +ai t ttrs; hM t ol the province of Chit. reports that the
R .to, bel tohammeda.s are showing syInlito ..-:_ __a. of rebeilituo and that the Ru.ilan.,
tare attempting to conpicrate the sit.
-- ,OR S OUTHWRN. Ustion by dspaltchlng trooo fror the
SMilo,1100" 's lowuon protection of Russian sultjctg.
KEM I *' i~* W I The Clhintes fretign o Me hoa rYe-
-^o. 14.-Tb-k^utha h queuted that the Rinsilan troops bi. r*
-clot.*h called.
.... gthat tbe n dUm *o dw
Mbw ae. tty eftad Or.
.^ V has ba eeoosmtrmted Mere Ai7 'Anxlou teo Return Home.
W.llb wo 1flg gm Sat. LoUis. Oct. 14.-The Samal anB
Lasao More vlllage in the Phllippinf
4 i tlM ot the motheri aiy section of the worhlls fair to the sctur
I g atS h ever thQis M ew tra. of great excitement occasioned by
S i*e between WaIlalota ihe pre"see of a tailor anil colbler
ati Or o is SB 1I, who are taklna the measurements fur
S.....,11. suits and shoes whieh are to be worn
S PlOgIEMINO AGAINST SHw pr,. by the natives on their return to thrlf
<' native hom!e. The orders for imulfe
SAtesey ensmal After O ekr Ina Ma6 ,nd hoes b ave Alled the alorhearts
hge. Ceuery. with d!xghtw. ia it mean: Ihe0 thme
p Mo rgomery, Ala.. bet. 14.-Attop% when they) can depart for home IJ
S y mral Massey Wilon has Sled .rain.
1 Wmbaehat prmeetlag with the an- --
R pm We etrt agalns ISherfir A. business Blk Burned.
tz al mft. of Madis tnO unnvt Huton. T. x. Oct. 14.-Pire tow'"-%


I A .LCSP.Ls WONOMIs. I I


'Ne a Wink I n Yeafh iy Pasis
Man Wihe DiN Owhm
rateMO. N. J., Ot. 14--.sale .aa
a rival ef Treatoa's sleeplss we4t.
-i Isa asob Cpateille 7 years old.
vbo eas he has a slept itn oI ye*
beia9ne fngllry, &lobor ai nd phY.
udiaus tisUy to the truth of him
tltemeat. He ba ceonsalt4e pbysl-
IMa la Passue. Paterson Md else
where, but moae has boon able to
iske him sleep. *
Cmistelle was born In IollaId. but
alin to Passalo with hla parents whoa
a small boy. He was a strong lad
aid for years worked on a farm.
When he was a young man, he says,
be was able to go several days with-
out loop. Ife tells of being employed
about barges to the Hackensack river.
ad says he worked day and night all
summer with but a few hours' sleep
acmb day.
"About that time," he continued.
"my wife was taken 111. and my ox.
eases were so heavy I could not
make a llvlng for my family and pay
the doctors' blMIN. I often lay awake
a good pert of the tight thinking
about It. and wondering It If Ihdld
eoer he able to pay my debts. finale
1i, I cou:l not sleep at all. I was
then 47 years old.
"1 ai CT now. and I have never
slept a wink since. 1 go to be.d at
Sight and lie awake thinking. I get
up In1 lh morniJn with a headache
ad feel tired and stek. I dress and
get out Into the air as moon as I can.
and after I hive walked around awhile
I feel refreshed and am ready for
breakfast. Mfy appetite is good, and
i work every day.' "
Castellne is employed as a laborer
by the Aciane knonk Water rompa-
my.


rAIRBANKS' CAMPAIGN.


LaM Day of His Western'Speach.Mak.
Ing Tour.
Moilne. Ill.. Oct. 14.--Senator Fair.
banks began the last dey of hIR tA.
tended we a speech in thI city) today
'I have come In slpak to you of u.+-
publilcaIn police. and In favor of thoi
election of PrsiIlent Ro alldt. A:ld thein t,1i'alred on a contract
of Ini .sdlr!ail co(ndlitIut lh twe:-n it'-
publican adminlatratiohn compared wit ,
tho arne co nl:totn., u:i l Dtr JI'rulocrat"r
administration.
Senator Fa!rbanks w~a rnmt hare by
Hon. Charlf's 8. Dine'n. Repuilleca:n
candidate for igo"rnor of flinots. N.a
tlonal Committeeman Frank Lowden,
and a large number of other proml
meat IllinoJa Reputblians. They oert-
pled a special car whfch was natachl
ed to the senator's train Theo ena
ter' program for the day 1nlr1L.keS
speeches at Moline, Crnescr. aS fll1d
Spring Vsliy. L.aSale an I Gitnsva.
Morris and .IJoltpt with a n!ght adlhs,,
at Clicago.

ItRYAN 114INDIANA.


Received by Large Crowds on. His
Speech-Making Tour.
India nap' Ils. IIm .. Oct. I.-- W llilam
J, Bryan'. special train liharing a
number of the Indiana DIemocratic
leaders., incltlUnP several candidates
on the slatt. tietL'v. left here at t
*'clock for the second da)'s speecbh-
making tour in Indiana.
The schedule included speeches at
Noblearille. Ttton. Peru. Kokomo.
Huntington and a night meeting ai
Vbrt Wayne. In his speeches at
Noblesville and Tipton. Mr. Bryan fw'.
lowed the lines of his Rockvil!P and
Indianapolls speecheN yesterday. lit
was received by large crowds.

SESSIONS- TO COME TO CLOSE.

Mialseippi Valley Medical Associatien
ilects Offlers.
Cliaclnati. Oct. I1.I-The scmJions of
the lisusiasippi Valley Medical asso
elation came to a close today)
The following officers wet re "'cted:
Pro*sident---Branbfordi lwis, of 8t
Louis,A Mo.
Vice Preidtntso--F. P Nnrltury.. ol


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PITICAL MANABt


Tidta Headquarter Demoa rat
ie National Committee.

MANAGERS HILD CONFPRENCU

Replying to a Question Chairman Tag.
gart Said: "Have Had Visit freon
Next President, Which is Most in.
teresting lEvent I know of."


New York, Oct. 14.---IJule Parbk
Ir today nmadee ilse Ii viMit the
headquarters of tib Ltmkucratic na&
tlonal committee. lie M!urprised his
political managers who had received
no Intlatoion (if hi1 It(ntion 1to Villi
them. lk, f<.tiln all lor tile managers
at their de-ak excerop \VlIlllault P. She
ban, chair'aan ot{ o hu xieltivO coin,
mittoe. Jdiige l'arkri H4pent nearly
halt an hour wl'h .Mr. Tagart. Mr.
Sheehun came In junt asn Idnegte Perk.
et Was leaving Iwtad(iW'rter4. Tke
campaign raliagura held a ronforene
Immedtaitly after Jiudge Parker's do.
part ure.
The c4inftrence held liy oIan manage
era of the executl v# committee after
Judeo ParLcr hslh 4 tz w "n i"r the pur.
pose of considering canipaign matters.
Chairman Taigait said that it was
one of the nleetintg frvqutently
held by the member of the executive
co4mI nlep for the. purposr of discruss
lag tondiltliijM ad repotzis.
D)trlrng his v'IIt tou he hi :liiiartlef
JidXge Parker pleaIau"tly remarLked:
"**I care y xiwcted to bee every-
body hard at work so carly in the
morning. It ot l.s good andi Is ery
enroll rag ,.'."
"(o)1.'" L*ai CI(iarmaan Ta"lgart. you"
can anIwa. find us hard at 6ork,
JtidK'g. \V' are al l int?'roiteil In dol4n
everything; posutiblo to **cure your
election hn."
Bujr)n* I. Atjr on. w L ;hen ;: If<1 f there
wai any news today, chairmann Tagr
gart rrlt'd :
"'\We have hail a v.1sit from tl-o next
president. whirh is taow'tt ti- w ost
Intot"' tlin a v'.rt I knloi al inti."


KILLS HERSELF ANL' SON..

Edward Wackenheimer Returns Home
to lrhd Wife and Son Dead.
Neow VoYrt,. Ot 14 lA. ard
Wa1ch'nhl*etr. a i',r*4r )f N 7T
Grand 're' t, r-; rri, i s t I; :-. hoane li
the lva.i,. No. ;;'0, V.' t () e IIn -
dire and Nin te :it') ,treit. I r.ii nd
his wife. rFannie. ';t.i t <, 'r ,:,-t,
km* \ tl, y ctu p-.!' t ,1, ,- 11; Y,; k it s
on thu e b, nr 1n m t:,l ,-r. tr,' .t Th '1
hnd Id t',n .2',, Ih i l.hip-4Ih1.3 i nt ;ii. th,
two gim4 Jf'ts in 11' I ,,1 ," 'oIg found
lurnru< ni rf t i I'e v .w ')Wt,
c!;scd clown ,and 1 1" ) n,, ,-'. 1 .ill
to mnakvt tatltai titnt< buru'.

Hat? to tail.. her child'+ lifCe an'I ki li
herself U0 hitu-tand anld fail), r was
Unbl)b. to itay.
"My wile waas in pe'rifrt hena:tli.
sail Mr. W'tarl, tnibinu- r -anT I do
not believe that I here u-i a happiot
famt!y in all New VYorT She 1h nJ
Wesley afway, f(oll ed w mie -i,) ths
dour& anol kis.'dftl n.t b gooqi1l when I
started for work in t11:. i orniln Pan
U1tTl an \\'Wslpy w~- 4i,\\n a IIt W
and the 'a t lhih r .** .-Pil was *'P!alt
coae hme e h enrle tyoo.glit .he ratwt
have' hlenrt temip;Ea'nry 4lman.e tio do
such a thing."

sennrtt Gets Five Years.
Columbia. S. C.. Oct. 14 -T,' Ien
Bennett rase has at laft been disposed
of. The man cnvfict( tf tIhe killinli
of his own w!fe V1: e,-rve a sentence
of fvre year on the rhainpanng In
Hampton county, h\' e r. Bennett
serves out his sentence t t; pr will I l
be the question: l;mai th* ta, ,'-
South Carolina jril? a ciaum tii him
for violating his parole'

Fire Destroys Cotton.
Celum'ila. C r. Oc(t i- I", I
stroryedI thl' gnn.ry cn Il', II','intaLt '


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iSUIWtIfa Awal IN i Par sam the.
Amleeder e"aP Wpr Muma e0 On
To i4S and RussIa Will S. Via0

Nw York, Oet. 1.-Coun Castil.
te Ruaslma ambassador, who spout
Ssmawmesr m i.athe Maloe has ar-
rld4 her sm his wea to Weblngtos
wh M he win at oae re-open the
NtaW& msmuss stain i (be
em as tA the aet Inhe
, Wag.41"tr t p oftaead.
r h a be hbt one outcome,"
hI eU &ffee. "Was I ap ay sad, I
- 't aso dad. ot Japan M
* bkml but m eas to the preteasions
as. eo t, abf. the Atat
4Iaw4est. te IvI h bestow at4
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* OSTEOPATH.
O .e- Magnolia Hotel. GOaiuveille
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OAINE8VILLE. Alashus Cu.,
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DENT IST.
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And other seasonable goods.


Styles


upto-date and prices as low as con.
slatnt with the quality of the goods.


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for young ladies' Seminary Uniforms.


1j M NM&Moef s9 Cowa am kUldie wa.

DL OOmCN &a Tiso
DENTIST.
Grdse IMlUlameore Oolle Dea.ut Sareet,
Tve one*' e**uleo. tis New Yortk Ou.
oroww, moe work sa" Uag SpweelatU
ALu. Won omanAmAsma
OBee la MDler Law K obhanu.
GAUIW &iIt, FUI.
T .HE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
JOHN ZTNUIS. Prowr ewor.
i9 1i W. ftr mt.. Jksoioevflle, r1.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Doat
fall to eall on me when in Jokeonville
DR. HARRY LEE JARVIS,
(WIth D1r. u. I Thon),


DENTAL SURGEON.


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GAINISVILLJ., RVIA)BDA
CRYSTAL SALOON.
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"THE BIG STORE."


CLYD ELINE


Blst Imported and I)omentic liquoi
and Wines in the city.


MAX KRA IUSS,


Representing


EA. WEIL & Co.,


WHOLESALE SHOES


Or All Delriptiors.


Sole Agents for lONARIC and "miOYl


OADINaG AND-.
AY SCHOOL


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TMHITIETH YEAR
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Elu4 qUALITY Shoe.
pair warranted.


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Calling as OHARLESTON. 8. C., both ways. KEY TAO B

Clyde New England and Southern Lines T. SCHAFER, Prp.
Di f Servines oswee. JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and comr Grove ad cipres. mstS.
PROVIDNCSK and All Esetern Points,
(tillng at Oharleson both way. Phoa. is P. a3.s&
s.URMI- w s3nMX*"r - t A TTSTLI G(S GAINIVIiLLr A.
btbbouna. ..... ............. ......... .... From Lwis' Wharf, Boeton
Eotllboeud.................. From Foot of Catherine st.. Jaeksoaville
Cdv4 St JObiS mRIV U ONOICEAI AnDS. CAKES an r
BOtween JACKXUONVILLS and SANWOmnD Preath Eve r.
Soeppl gM FIalat]a, Aser, S. Fruneto. BerMford (DeLand), and Intermedig
Ledainp on as. Joh klver O'u ren dto AU Pn of. Cit .
Swamr "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," ...a.. "an.
Lesaee JMl avills e 8*JO p. a. "dao, Tuesdays and Thurdays.
Lees aantosd SMa. ms. Mo.od oedaoeedays and Fridays. GAINEmVILLU'S IAVORItE
wappo"loed itol eselloions:
SCHEDULE erth RESORT.
L wl p a.... .. ...........JaekomvilWe............ ....Arrive am
S" .*.................... .rajtha.......... ......a.. ve Allu P o Pa rlo
S*Om ................ ..Ahor ............. 2 p Alahua Pool Parlors,
5 9m0 ................. .... t. FIsNels................... Iv0 Pm
I......... ......Ber fodn (D eLa ad) ... ........ in2a's
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLLE, FLORIDA. OCTOBER l. 1904


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SLIE'S HOME

IINED TO GROUND

rtllment Very Slow in
&jir Scene of Disaster.


HOME IS


IN RUINS


of Department it Is Claimed
)rom Station and Acted Wildly.
14yse Present State That They
Beautifully-Serloua Losst.
aifrm of Are was turned in from
t 7T o'dlook Friday evtniifng,
tbe fire department rfesiiiuded
ily as is should. there might
a different story to relate
Ilin. As matters now stand,
pr. Judge J. A. Carlislo anj fain-
I inuls a home, and the prop)-
In will reach considerably mnorc

r was somethiIng wrong at thn
o Station. Wh.en the alariu is
SSbthe horses, whiilh aretrainemd,
ppwsed ti tuke positioins under
gNw, having been properly rT-.
by automatic t'lctritc ecneri-
from their monuoring. Water
fa reasonable length of title
pke harness, during whii, llr<-
Ssupposed0 to secure tOl f -
ithe horses make a dart. In
Miie the horses got away, aund
Osrlisle. who timud the hoair at
the alarm was turned in, de-
* hast It was thirty minutes until
r was turned on. There is
| wrong somewhere. n otiler
iat t1 was at least 25 minute
ha alarm that the inrst hoseo oin-
iwadur An nt* ha :s ni a ndil an...


Sold by All Druggists.
I i i
after br.inc out m are than an hour re*.


*pvw i Uw sildsit list Ioll 1141 1- l -.. .... it! L a. n...n -s..muPLR l6 1 11 11I uIuipsnamu11 O 41M m1& nug
trouble wa ex perienel-4 then ported to tite court that no agreement tonio propqrtiee of lneas sulphai
X the connection. In th. could be reached. The jory was then springs.
the house was burning fur- discharged. The power of Hancock's LIquid But.
1sad there was nothing left but State. va. (Geo M. Rogers. Selling phur-nature's greeteIt germieldeo-l
,it when water was finally liquor in a dry county, rlefendaut absolute over acne. Iteh, hrpe., bursa
Apon the building waived examination and pleaded and *salde, ringworm, pimples, priekly
imen on duty at Central Sta- guilty. S-ntenced to pay a line of beat. diphtheria, catarrh, banker and
re that they were up-stairse *Mandcosts, and ia.ntence suspended other sureness of scalp, eyelids, nose,
alarm was turned in, but upon payment of :.*u and costs. mouth or throat.
Md be eensured for their tar- The only case outside of the whiskey At leading pharmacists. Request
it attending the alarm. At eases was that of the state vs. Wm. descriptive booklet of Hancock Liquid
of them should have been on G(raham, charged with murder. De- Sulphur Ca., llaltimore, Md.
iwow*alnirs to protect the inter- fendant arraigned and plead guilty -
|ad property of tle cit[z ecn. to manslaughter, ai d vwai sentenced C;,E ;:LLED IN DUEL.
was rather high riday, to six Imontoi in Statr's prisr;.,
latd many citizens wrre idlig. The eotrt adjourned until Saturday Tr;vtdy F: ;c.* Fr -" 'I Saluda Cou*
his | at r o'clock. Inatmuch as this Is the ty, 8, C.
siaef and his ofker. who are last day of the week. aid those inter- Ne..V:ry, S. ('., o. 14.--M. IM.
.IMI, re'. not considered ested want to spend Sunday at their ".'.le ha'; .heer. ht and instantly
hie ,but those who are employed various hlmtres, it is doubtful whether 1J1'', ln hSa;uJla county ty W. I& Ism
there will be much business transacet,. h, Mn- lunrterion ecelivtd a load
by the city are the ones tf o in Ins right arni.
belng censored. It is stated 1ed before the court tody. in arihotg arn wrap
horses, at the sound of tht' Cures Winter Cough. ons wh ch. It Is al, ,%the two moo
are supposed to respond. O, Ot v ll carrying for ach othei
and get under ha!rne.s. It .". 1:. lover, lul N. Main St., Ottawa, lf- ,',veral nronth and the homledK
ullty of a paid !;rnmv to t- Kn..*wri.e: "'].ry fall it has been nt rltli 0 thu ho mici
012ty 'of a paid 1.1ro-iman to Lb s no surprise to those who were
*ld ae thiat thi is done. It has my vwtfe's trouble to catch a severe acqant with the fact.
aikid that the horses Jnilpt'I over cold, and rthtrefore to cough all winter .aorse andi wHendertn met In hth
lain at the door and ran to East long, Lsit fall I got or her a bottle publ;e rroad, the former-being in a bug
Iftillle. It appears tu the public of ollrehoulnd y rp. She used It and gy wilh his ,oi.-in-law. Mike IkHLachb
*Ithe duty of the firemen to be ha. been able' to slep soundly all enroute to his hore from EdgeieId
t and stop such section. nght long. Whenever the cough Ilenderson was also in a tliggy.
troubles her. two or three doses stop hoth men were armed.
(b 1lly became necessary to secure the cough, and she is able- to be op and Ileth min were armed Very few
I from a stable to haul the hose well." 2.5, 50, $I.o0. Sold by W. M. words i%#re passed before the due;
hiee tothe fire, brean.. the fire Johnson. be gan. Morne was ht twice, on4
IN had been freed, hut whether it Uncle Sam Sells Land. load e lprinK the abdomen. Thi
the faulted the fire horer. in run- \'anlngton. (w't. 14 I'h, oummls Is the hot which produced lnstau
|Hway or the men for neglect of stoner of !t.-' rniral Tland offlle h9 death.
lto not being present to properly lued :n o rdr diretinogll hlat tht he nderaon will probably lol
Ifre of thet. is another question 1:3oo01 :1 Ct's of unold lands of th, e t hounds recevedarm
t book and Mhdder truck was the Red l.ake lun Hese'riatiu in i the ouds re
!Vehicle responding promptly, and neitota. i t, "a (r l on ansa: Iwnlimfdiat '3 Confessions of Priest.
swill probably te an inrvetigStion 111ud1 11 :.. ~"asi entry at $4 an acre
mat ter Into. $. COu of Wake, Ark.,
arlile rried i on The Best Doctor. writes: "For 12 years I suffered from
D Carlile carried iirnf on 1C.SlphSring. yellow jaundice. I corsulted a num-
s se and furniture aionunting to 1.-v. l1 l Horton. .ulphur prngs, ber of pht;Ician ind tried all orts
) Texa., writes .Jly 1. -h, l : -I have r of physicians and tried ai ort
t .. C used in my family liallard's Snow Lii-. of medicines. but got no relief. Then
To Cure a Cold in One Dayorhd yr. and they I began the us or Electric Bitters and
1ke Laxatire liroma ,euiiine Tab- hat'- provrJ certainly satisfactory.t feel that I am ow cured of a d.ealse
- All druggists refund th-.m'om)y The litinentl is th, lhest we have ever that nad me in its grasp for twelve
fall to cure. E W. tGr,%v'. K- qed for ]Leadach4 auit rins. yearss" If you want a a reliable med.
i1 is on each box. 2-,!. einigh syrul has bI.r n ,, )r do ctorf frorliv'r arv kide ICroible.
t-It *ast *isht yere 2. 4I stomachJ dior1der or genram debility.
tl, labt ,i tM y, r. ., l.< r get Eleetrie Ilitter*. It's guaranteed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 'yld by \ M, Johnt'on. by all drugsrists. only ,.
t High Tribunal Still Engiged ineorgia Slat Fair. I Rcvclutic-i Extcnditg.
Disposing of Liquor Cases. lon't forget the great ( worgiks tate ..'I .;.. 1111 (I. it
ay was a quietly day in thti .ir- Fair toube hel I at Macon. Gi.. October r ., in t,. Ii,:th .,r :.
eourt, the only e a es bi'if d i l l- 'i, !i l. Atlanti Coat Line offers A is ,,'.? enc A'ua .- i ,
4 of being the wntetnc. t' th,,-I. low ieur,-inn rates. o)n- fare p. is 2.5 1p10, a r n r ilh- -i'trh i... . m r. t t. n si n i--. -... a.. ; ..i, n L thi *L . L. -.- .V 4 .A . .. a -t"-


CM guilty ur selling liquor, and the
01 other cases of parties having
I .eharge^t with the selling of liquor
4tty county.
t following senteutaceo were made :
vs. WV. A. Waters, riling
in a dry county. Senttenced to
11 fine of PMX) and cost. Sen.t'nee
L 4d upon the payment oir $110
iTs. E' J. Jnhns'on IoliitZ l q ur


('I'll jIL ,lhi c- en trstu miu"i"si ,n usmrsa
routd trip. ilif rates for children
over five and utder 12 years of age.
Itate of one cent per mile distance
traveled will apply on military and
brakes bands. )4 or more an uniform.
No painI, 'av, been *sprr'd in making
this one of the greatest State fairS
ever giTiln by thp State of (eorgia.
Ticket* will Ibe mol october 17-.27th
iniclusivet. good to return to and in.
cluding Novemintwr let. 11aM.


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I he 'A H of tile h 01 1n1t'. % it ( .1'
Iare d In favor of) Iiore Ji:jints.

If the Baby is Culttin Teeth
He sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Moth-
ing Syrup. for children teething. It
soothes tle child. softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wini oolle and is
the best rminedy for diarrhea. Twen-
;.(ilve cents a bottle.


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FATAL P IR IN NEW YORK. ni

Woman Burned to Death and several
Persons Injured.
New Y' ) i, ()(. 14 ,\iro. N. ll-m rr
IIu(in. 1 .h6 .4 ;:-. .r n. rl t f flalt(ikIre
%%As birn-itld to dolath, a liani laid to
lu1 of llt p.rom innrpe 1 hog ave h11 4
name as, .Ilt. 1i H1nilh. elip.d from
w in4 i cad iun taint! injuries whib
will mn)ial him a cripple for life. and
several oiier peirOl, haMld hlktring ,
caI s fromin death or injuryI In a fire
In a 1'.i in \VWet Filty fourth street.
Thv firc htarti a in bth receptios
room and r which a.% as.I aas a TeepingM room
* by .Mrs. Vo region. A ntagru maid
lhad iijst retired when she heard bet p
*mlef res ,rrerfaminKg.
The maid ran to the lower floor to
flud MiA I 'ergl~gn, i.er 1 eight clothe
In flames. running almtI the fronl d
room. l:er) where tlhere were flame I
ian Ihe lp'a-r foor. and Mrs. rergule u
so>n wa <,vb'rCn1Ome and fell back l P
to f;e fire,
The ya'.ni wo en, who occupled t1e i
upper unri of b Ite hoI. i, utltCMede t
in escalinug lo adjui joining house btp
swa hing th wh-;.,ow of their room N
and crawling arrman the narrow ror
nic* (lin tUn' hI.O iling.
TheL Injurt-l mini'i hatI both hIIS knre
caps broken n his jump of 30 feet.

A HANDY REMEDY.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur is a Friend
in the Household.
Errry home requires certain well-
chosen remedles of solentitle, modern
type. for use inI emergency or on the
appearance of aoronle diorders. Han*
cock's Liquid Sulphur ls iueh a prep-
aration, and is unequaled in its sphere.
In value unapproached when added to
althina waters It ila theam aIll tha


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Take The Atlantic 0

FOR ALL U iArTNIW I


SNorth i ot

Rapid Transtt and U sd
S Time Table InE eItI. 1 ': ',
Depart For O&A2XIHJ '..


S 4 p m H i pr d -* s
Daily


12:40pro
Daily


2A6 bp cm
Daily
12:1amm
Daily


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Oeala, Lmeberg mat9T ,
JntWnmedate POWt


Palatha, Iptosa, .jsek-Ui.
Netsh, E t sad Wa i


High Sprinp, Weauroue". b, Immh, m
Albany, Atiatsl all PFltu eW*h, lVr4
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8:16pm
Daily

8:63o a n
ez.'SMonday


Roehelle, Micawy sad ClIIe


Hilh Sptlngs


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Interchangeable Mileage Tickes, good over m ss o
eipal railways in the Southerom Sttee, are M ale
Through Pullman sreper Port Tampa to WNeT eur
Line; also via Atlantle Oomi Line and Souithes ald ww.
For complete informatIlon. eall on
J. A. OOODWIN, Tictk Agest, O
Add ress
FRANK C. BOYIATOKN, Com'l AgE.. ID. 8TA2I
18 W. Bay st.. Astor BqIJdlahe, J aIfti
H. M. EMKRSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J OBAIO,
Wilmingtoo, N. C. WlMamam


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GAINESVILLE NURSERY
Offer rr Ihe themls Fall mad Winter as c 4 M f io ihf" i
I'F'AA TREEFIfr the Msar arlveie, et e hsv I a endi
hild them. Alo Frits Ornametals. Ble. Ctalea gu and "t*
HM reMtAhl I'aa (uitre fte" f Ir I I $ I
GAIBS iSL URSUILC 1-1 GRAVES, Ppdm I w. Im N I. .


Go S9. MEANT

Rello'n ud Jobben I
Staple a nd Fancy I


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First-Class Education"
....SI li -A4ttendq

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Eipruee are oderat. Iustroeetle st *,1elpMs% At
aseed a:n t e South. Y,
Ex*:vllkti accoinimodatlons for ryounS et1" ill.
heir daughters to the deminary koowalg tq wihI t
bps1 4 ore. .
.Male smudenti will be under lriles m1llt 2 U ltW e
ents. are taught rVgllarity sad pruMaps bt
Iduleies will muo be pcrmlted.*
A lumberr of coeans are statained. All A 4 sh4e
i. Ntarly all of our Commerial an d shortsbad
erle-lltit position.
Fr.-tity of twly.e able ineteltelors-esles
n ithe United tdiet has a better helt rh m
Capt. Ilem, U. S. A., sayof theo l
tplpes ao tio pelroeis,"
ifITION RIiK. Foreusa~ge ..
JERE M. POUNS,


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flR will you And It ne
sary to bustle around-m
0it or mui--and buy your
oo4 weather suit, after ev.
meyone else has picked out
the choicest patterns) e
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S IDon't make this mistake 4leust
lhit Olothes early, Your eoinmon
beew wille onU a 4 is the wiser plan.
Yiu No the best your moneo wtll buy,
sad yan fl th l full limil of Seasot's
fwear for no Iraiereeout. ideld Ithle,
7ou fortify yourself against sudden
ehageeeln wentherthath com, Ii the
FAlM. We sll the

Hand-Tailored Clothing


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SCHLOSS BROS. & COMPANY,
Baltimore.
There' nomtng bettr-thertt's noth-
lg s godL. When a manm pts on a
khion suit he feels and knows that
.en detlll of the eut, make sad Ofn-
ish ig eormea.
The pletore *shows a parltlelarly
mtllih intl for Up.to-d4ate ouns smre.
A "me*that tailor" would ehirge 00
for a suit of like qually, ebharsoer
aPl apptmoesu We ca Os you bet.
tr with ore swagger, snappier
elot he at 4. We also have lower
graide-lok equally as well-
SOME AS
LOW AS $12


"Drp Mandl let st talk I;! uwr."
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MARCUS


Outfitter to Particular People.


ENDEL


'A IIN ESILLE,


FLO R.I D A


It~F~i~l~~ir; ~~';~~jik~~2~ ~l'jwreEJEnr


UU hommsbt
If l UM fe lt et 1
is thepeple ti


B Si!. M S eowlreiw

h (tM people of the




thm yehe evam no

$M W wea.l4 help. her tillI
t wifte will sot
om wh Ma it rAd lmet tm
iw ,wi. SlM by W. M.
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mhIrmwolwdi Sdme meai, toes
with as. the swa
t.w .' o,, i" i

P!g s .li, e thla gI
4 >lm ii Itlbnbul, bl homo. It
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R. MCLELLAN tSSn
r r1' 1, 1 iA n: I ( i I V ' Y
.,Ing 0, 1A -N -T AS,,1: *E CT TL ,7 "-I..,,iI
Undeftkig Co. 4P0I NT S PIofRMALITY rJrAI'.L
GAIElSYILLE, FLORIDA. A
.... e e..r it iii .,- iitart, r. ;rttrhe.si1 a
Funeral Directors and FVe Il.t- r ... u
Licensed Embalmers. Fire, Life, Acc.dent a d I al IlluSIane.
M anmtasen or af DeaJero i -- Ag.en ts for the--
nsidt Frm, ot er hiswtita Ar A t
hi q V-uea. { Victor Safe and Lock Company
phars' sRufppltes Cin.o n xnt.at-. Oti-io.
'------ The "Victor" is the L,-pt *nfe made, and lpartio eo.tnmplat-
OrIn by Telegraph or Tolephowe ing the :iprcwhas of a tafe, or anything ini that line,
will mtd pemptltt tll a. from box to t bank vault, wil sav*e money
by 0 coinj~t ;ig us. Call on ur addrvvs,
GAGOLINK BURNER exPLODE. &
Nin. Children Are verely Burned at Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
an FraSnea ece. I r 1 W W 1 4
Ban Franctisco, Oct. 14.-Nine child* a St t t t
dress have been seriously burned In --- ....-. . .... .. -
the eploslona of a gasoline burner AT LAIT I HAVE IT FOR TEN Y"tlI4
which had caught fire In a rntaurant
hadb thwnoutonTt.ete The Montezuma Hotel
All the children who happlneqd to At (OCALA, FLORIDA.
be In the vicinity hurried to the scene AL I A
to watch the excitement.
There was a circle of persa of On the A. C. .. and S. A. L. Rya. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
pergape 20 gathered arouad the blazt .-
s burmer when it exploded with a None Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
report like a eaou's abo. Children Meet all Tmins.
hUl I all dlreetlema, lay squirmiJn
a moeeilnS on 11e iidowalk or ran - -..... -..... J-- ,I I...... I. -. -
away wriagllg their bands ad shriek.
I' for el. I -'.a,,vviMI B. F.JORDAN,
S koke Irnto His i, -** Oue.
A ftialnlna ,ofmklorhAIh. Vt.. was


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jam. dlwr as P..' .'er
& CARIIWL A .. dr E dtir
Twr. t';ty KalIor.
I W. ,. ENH.AM .'J,.r
: PORT EI BOCK.
il . Ta Tjsnc p 4sp4ie
lgW.pabU ad ever*r mortir4r es-
ea bverSe by eurler c the oalty
a pmf otea isalled statesmpe*-
~ ieve:tMIe si math.: 0I.M
Ir -o eats for wae weok --


-inMtl-ae I&eatt o eet tad-
II|ier ao.fdtif eneoe keo -


,r Week Sun Il an e 4L.t-1uer,
paper, publltbet entry MoL-
fftuamr. and t'ott..os a. trr.
M weet. ieOal, stmae tI-t rer-
WIboplll |ao I osius'g Tree, io 1ny
UhitledS Satea or c:CLrLs. f ortI.oX

hli bD o taetrCe /*Or ,L t6 r P rat
p00 tdveortU mer. t. :.es41ott.erwie@
laeratrael. PIartie not Mro fn tw
o dled C to '-av for alt.erti!rr er tc'
T.HK TH -11 Y '% I'N
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OCRATIC TICKET.

ALT,(N It, PAUiK:it
ot New York.
For Vir.e.'-Prw'tit.
P ENRY *;. rL .AVIs
otf West 'VIS-'i.!tt.
Ited stats-t '*-i>tnr.
81 r. TAI-l-A'H:I4).
Congret*,. 2w1 Pistrkct.
S IlANK C'LAltK.
SireldeutliIl Ele.tor,,
u P. PATI.EY.
1 A. JWNNINtiB
A Q B, KOONCE.
SA. B. NEWTON.
7 .. BTON. IMAN.
G Oeovernor.
LEON Pt. BROWARD.
e Ieretary of f'tIle.
CLAYo0 l:I).,
WIL LI. I 4- I. 1'-I0



tnte 'Tr.T-t,4urr,
WILLI4AM V. tKNoTT.
Ldent (f 1'-l-:', tutru.tlon.


W M. IOLI.0 .OWAY.
missioner af A tini-ulnrc,
r B. E. MtI1T.IN.

JOHN LI. M4)IAN.
Supremui cv a t. S'x Years.
SFENWICK TAYLOR.
S't.tICR StU retie ( onrt.
4OBERT A. COCKtKIEI.I.
IIA 6S. ISHAi KI.IFODI),

1" lk|lre 1'ntj tfr'm,
L J. A. ROSBolM'G<;H.
.0. 1M. TILLMAN.
C ounty Judc,
i 9.1 Maon.

SL W. FlNNELL.
Snrk rCfr ft ionrt,
S it. WIFNGES.
Tnx Ax A. or.
t, W. W. COL.SON.
Tax '.,.-r.

mtendeint ,,f I' ,h,- In-t ,tt!on.
DR. .i. I.. 1 .I;I .I.Y.
SCnn'tvr T** County "i:r'-trvnr.



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SlAember orf F" l-n) BTn,. l,
T. A. fD.OFR.
W. .r. MARTIN.
Ta. B. WEEKS.

SDivorce Evil" Is now corn-
Slag the attention of the press of
terry, as well as of the churches.
p people never tire of lioscupsing
S*bare subjects.
p


THHIUN! ON MOI.OWAV. I ANOTHIMMiTA! C
Thre A. rican peop',s as a rule. Th. Miami Reeord refers soa foIlown
ov'. ftair iay. and the able and affable to the setaco uf the tate Deioerstie
tducor ofafhe Caunp, Trib'liv is no ex.- ieeri| t',,tiq. it uing cam.
o r, Ii 1t, tho rls.. Prior h meet- ratmiro ume tui s L, of < a eonsitutlimal
,kg V the State C ounmIte he was atnmndrnit.n adopted iy a e)vmocrati
derier.ng slote srdsA, hasInet.r blows lglat.re:
n tu.e Imo..ratie etTd.a.1te for ftte "'It WoUd a *pAr that the State we.
0 siUriiten'lent, hl't thi ea a r., of that 'ut.ve committee has oversi@pJpd ieI
aito,.ra, 1li,,l h* causEid I:ditouro- ,',wrt when it ahdertakes to defeat
Vail'S -Uiiaty t1 Olige 1to Mr. [l,- ki. a-nvr.dnw:.t to the constitution pro.
'sway, at evid.iw*e.l ,y rer.t t,.lt,,. I ,r4. i y ;,,st rt;.u ti, of botih houses
rasl*at Thr Tritr.., t.*e ae. t uf wohihh f tI 0 t.eg!a.t are.
I,. :,',,xal | "' :ttrr the law grersinzzg rimarieg
S .e! .Wt&te letr( ai r4t; -'i11t ciltet ri.or ti. otw rs ,.u;terrei l iothe corm-
oifll-> are t-i havi. -v.d \V. .M. Holloway nit.h-e .ty lricLu rat ie v.rtrs haverever
from !,f,.-taf tby lits t rvarroteI S3ation conferred the authority whleh t:he
In pllal.: 1 s tl* iL. te I omlinei un the committee ha, asouutmed.
of0eiial .4ihoo. individualm '.e* miemnberor that
"', to10 r,,- ti'I tl..** I mu t.,' tn i, Jf* committee are entitled to their private
this ri:t.arkit,.- rolit,:. !,'!owas'. dc. ;.tlionin as to thel desirability of the
fWVt *e@n,* aert L:l. 'Ihre wua pfropoedd amendment, but as aI or-
S.r.,;y a '3 r il* ti.+ I tad'e that 'gi. car.:. l btol, created for the purpm ql
1.-) '1 I*.' n'. a~~h a ki': Two)rd. i.H 'was f iar.., 'rtf ttep intelestg. in the
i'i;l-,ori 0 t I 1 erliiut rate at* d epu Latir, 'A a a iilteal party, they have
i-.a, a.il., %t a ~ali.-4 a triicks:'.r 1o) r *t wntevrer to endeavor to die*
m.:6 ;a former, al. it w s, opery stated i ;te; a to p 01c.'ies un which the party
L -x t -' : ''rate t hatt. r' ih-T than vote' hi i t ,W.rK,-n.
f or 11 ma ,tan. they S it -; 1 r ti, L.t Le I' to fmir to .retuine that the pro.
irt i'.,,.s'atian nfniunl,.e t be el t dJ. l|osr, atlit-ridmeint oomifes as near beina
"'*.t t1e 't, Ktr Vts.Itlee has te fect. a party declaration a, anyLthing that we
eJ a rmarkat'.' 'hai** it tlhi state ,ave had *iz::t the Jacksonville ona*
of .iSll f! .-ruig. l; ateenjptingi tu&$on1t. as it *was prupoced by the
delt rve illtoiray of a ni4thiiah' io;a uuna:i !; V .e of a IJermocratlie
w'hi':, !Lowv.r itta.'.ed. was his in- l.egltature and apprured by a Demo-
ah:enaLty a l n r**' 7 t-tift- y, a d by !cralt'b gor'ri"r.
is,-/i il t-1 1in1111 <. I SniiotsrIt man, who is., astumplton of authority to die-
Sladn'r't t. *'.iadow of a rtht in the tate Io Demoenrat on a policy of State
i rnemi,,t, ItI i o.-e;'.,Id Democratie is unwarranted, and should meet a
: ast!al.:e1.j r t'e e,nmittelarc pied1J IJu'- minrnred rebuke at the hands of Deo
way ii t' <* lt-ithn tf a ;ana who oera '.
as being T.erM, tr1it nd ite re altim "iy Uwhat right. it may well bWaskedl,
as' islt slow in arriviaig. do.-* :he eouiunistle ue funds, which
1"\' ;iw tir;d var.o a itnflent;.il were avsrsed for the pQrpoee of eon-
trnmccratire IaperS, all over the .-Mate. due:ir:g the campaign, in promoting
corning to thedefenet ft Holloway and this new do'umueun?
Scilarin;g that. as between the lIelpub. ts The Evening Record hae already
iesan, the ursurperand Holloway. thy pottinted out, the action of the commit.
will take Holloway every time. Some tee was induced by an Intererted
of Ithee paper go so far a, to call the party, whose bread and butter ia at
committee all wortm of names, and at stake, was not well oonlsdered by the


least cne of them has boldly pro-
claimed that Holloway is a better man
than Wolfe. inasmuch as he is only
charged with criminal ,libel. while
Wolfe. a few years ago. pleaded guilty
Itoea ifmilar offence.
"The ieope'. lik fair','lay, even for
a niman wo has not merited it. and
whenever a di4,ostion is manifested
to illegally 'rub it it' on a fellow-
mortal, who, however n worthy, has
riThts lha ut 1,Jt hi respected, the peo-
, f:e ar. rnot slow t1, rbukea the per-
secutors and defend the persecuted.
So, at the present writing, it appears
that the State committee has done for
Holloway the vewry reverse of what it


wanted to do for him-'t has made himn
friends and supporters and won hBnm
rotei, where it internded to deprive
him of all three.
"If tihe election sunould le held to-
day, Mr. Holloway w-iuild get a much
larger vut- than he would have re-
ceived had the election occurred just
prior to thei' tate committee meeting.
And, while it's rather a bad hole for the
Democratic party to 1ind itself no, it
must be admitted that if strict legal
right ii to be enforced, Holloway
shou-id be elected and Wulte should be
cut off with the in:constquential vote
usually iven to indeenjentism in
Florida."

The eiiuioerats ,f Fonrida do nsut
take. kindly to the usurpstiion of power
t,y the -tatf lefmocratie Ex eutive
committee e in running a candidate for
State uapern4ut,4ndel lLf s fthools against
Mt:" regular primary nominee. The
I'e:nucrat' of Floridat ee the hand of
.7. M, arrayr a in t0mi a;air. lite now hit#
lh,t Mate comniitte. an',al t, e ,,f \' .:f e a is sut riitzndent would
greatly st rengthen his machine
throughout til S Ate, straightout
Indeinderit caidittdate.o ne .Jentifirdd
with Slate ilioniol tntfreft.S, would be1
more y'-,.,rving of support than tle
ma,.d.date' 'f the c'i,4te w, ho control
tlhe 'ttt omumnnittet'.

S' (. r 'r ()I ,n O';I i elf T 40 1 .1I l
j ran .I J. (Chrn'Py nakte ooath that he
i *it ior portnetr of the firm of F. J.
(Clenery Cu.O.. doing busineires i the
('ity tf Toledo. ,ounly and Statr afore-
said, aud that said tlirn will pay the
sumn of O)ne Hundred IDollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cared by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK' J. (* n v.
swt rn to before m' arid stublerilwd
in imy ; reslie,. this tth day of Deerm-
ber, A. I V i. .


A 1% I't VU4e'(
I I I V........ ADA.?...


committee and was hastily adopted;
but so matter how the resolution wai
mecured It should have no more welght
with Demooerat than the esprmelons
of any other body of Demoerats of
like number and respectability.
"The committee is making, has
made. a mistake."

lI,)rse racing by electric light will be
among the principal featurnof amuse*
ment at the South Florida Fair. The
best Iurses ever, offered in Florida
will be girven and to order that every.
body may attend they will te held tin*
der the glare uf sixty Lbg electrie
lights at nigKt.

A ipneumatic tube system is planned
to earry mall and packages weighing
as much as &Y' pounIe between Chi-
cagi and .Milwaukee at a speed of
two miles a minute.

Thvrr, were only 98 of the 5$ mem-
bers of theiS tate tucutive committee
present at the meeting which nomisa-
t*d J. Emmet Wolfe, and 12 of those
were proxies.

Eighty million, ofdol!ars were giv-
en to philanthropic and charitable
work in the Pnited Stat.e last year.

The* entire coal mnlaing population
or thp world--tht is, the minesn-
niamlbefr about 2,0 9,&..


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7 (l antmx foa aed1 JOHN 0. M URPHYV, Up.,

< ~ a f.TI E E V O Y L E S M G R EMa BLssI3JUK 0 al
4\ o btwes fTil and full laftormatlon furnished regarding Is stisGAiTHER a BRYAN, Stats Ag'ts,
s3 onnmy. Our manager has lived in this county thurty years *'d TAlL, FLORIDA.
H i thoroughly eouvemsns with Land titlts.
W r. w brrnLE REPUBLICAN
Ba turn 5 R4 ACCIDE1NT. tVROLARV AM) INDEMNITY INsiURANCE. Repre-
'~ 13**asiag a number of prornintnt Amerlean and Enw csv cr-anflaes National, Stats and Congressiom-
a ass 0 REAL ESTATE AN!) (ITY LOAM,. iiTce O94
am GainesrLile r lor.*icaatTct194
Nfl tES igM --- -_ ---.i -.. Presidential Electors.


'Mn, t we 'a. a rr so in rr-r iLr r 0. P. Blufrum-Frankklin county.
nTHE E VERE TT HtOT.EL Geo.C. .E,,IfIjCr..o..K
L i..: (eo. H. lHolms-lvruvard county.
..' 4 10 285 W. Bay 8t., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. A.. A. : .,1- d. .
_____________ 4 1io 3 7 A. M. Cuihmanit-Alach ina county.
Now 4 m 4ttral lo ated, thormgly repaired sad r uovatrC. Xewly fhruhbed. F'or Uovernor-llon. ,i. 1. M;.Mar.
Nov. 4 W m Plan. lane. Hillboro.
fllK. 1~" & .SON Proprietor Sto,,o. -John F. Horn
Amu 'W Att orney. i n rl-red C. Cub-bi.
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