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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: October 18, 1904
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02027
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Ko 'ma rast ll
urn ^Brspane Set Sangulnary
*9SWR ot f040Wr Peatrastur


-s u1 1 Mjtdea, Oct. I,-6O. of the blood-
^IBBB0 unmZ5W eptiode of the denperstl fbhtlwa
bhptwA the Shat kho river andu4 Yetalt
1611110" bt the lbat. tbrh dtays ocurredi at
ithe vintage pf Bdottula, west of the
-it*rsd. =a 4 Oia the uetlhborlas
hSgh, eMat ot the rallway. The
i ad had bea driven o4t of thome
:eLt kS Itb. terrible lMes, but ob n
OsL AS tkher e ostind ach a murder
en artillery San !t it becam e aeo
W Atry for the la-ltani to withdraw
j F rallroa4. how W a Ing %eld.
-- ef Sainte the ;RSa4wanse
:pdelr g* e a ttve orders to re
eePA1py tioltuls WTh Xmaibk lokm
Sl Il ,lut without tl llle shot,
i.. I,0.Mrcheqd under #"owr of the darkness
and bayvatted mveral battalloms of
Sthe Jgpae,4 May of whom died
l4i .....as they slPL 4 few Japan e e~.
ameCspved and sdught bheter in stacks of
y'a'rs ciOblnese sOia. M the Ruslans ear,
SN. fl e ..a t^e e f Tfled away i1 the trendy of revenge,
q < caH^J!t"1 W upn the lrivars and litter
.X 2l5d Rl'l CO tly tore 0 tbr bodies with blyo.
W|An|tS aret bsu aetbe Rwtas t ttb rolled them.
kar be Ma1ve lb thWtJappete Wnkete.
. l aw- the Japanese
"KtM l SRI QFPFIR ata heted i at the resintOt while
Y1 tohelr, a tiller 4lad on. at r apd
...... .." rl n Wl.d a, posttion east of the railroad.
B8Is Osapsal Ktropatkin ordered the
A41Hr.Wpt^e RAsplansito :take the position. but
i. thWe h~0 e t atr is troops were in vain.
0a I At O Mitas could aw reach the Jap
4w 4 tOet I nastes*,tNO e, so withering was the
ltin fl s JOth iMlpat fire, and only a few returned
S' o where the men charged from.
M lio a $.L000. j in.oense eases tht companies were
l uo! r of YTonkers cQIOtIrnanded by sergeants after thbo
w a nudXd~4e ftor, nl|her oacets .had lalten.
Il O 'wl' e n o nl onMecrrcar. hibe.fare treamning witO
A oppose, HIrveyy blood. limped up to a g(.nrat. whoi
S:forMr t Mayer a WS ltfrtious:
his wa th at i I "Where Is your company;" askc d
.Ith@ Sefralp
S Otp ater banker lad 'This i. all that Is left or it." re-
S fI l hao 1 tnirntnl o Iled the ofteer.
haq lett tr senator In Tb eartlilery 1isht Wedne.dlay was
dIa de4 to rated at "it was ie a slaughter house."
'ies att Mount Ktis c the f#reer of the war. The Japa.
16. y' d Arfmfly county treaurer. Mes handled their gansa superbly and
hltea bave nominated abo aplendid positions.
*I.*4ll t h^imUBsehard TIlghe Wal. Their gtuns seemed to have every
l g .t.pflU an i of By., who shared range mneawared. They would moncen-
M4b*h atntoas to the ezxtet ofd trate the Ore of two hundred guns first
.' em, one place and then ou another.
.... IM S Wanlawrlght, the afth i BSoe of the Russian regiments wire
*.J.1of th Hrich contlngent sad' a lIterally shot to pleesn. The bomr
W ..tt ut tieard TIgha Wlawright, bardmlent reached a climax at & p. nm..
bees "t forward by the Republiel when the Japanuese tried to envelope
e 1i 3.*tt1w for asfembly 23 and break through the Russfan left
The ieeond Mr. Wtan.
Urflea;ts up his money bold* *t Petersburg. Oct I5-&22 p.
bef .,CsMrltteeTwas Willtam The silence of the Ruslan miauthor.
B I^I t l Cheater, who is the Re ties at this critical hour lu heart.break.
*~leder ti WeCteheater. is t li one of the richest mnt in the Not a sinle odilal word has br n


Bog%6615 ives out to relieve the suspense and
SataM.t' axiety for over 24 hours, and the pit,-
l 'fiqQ Jl i U It convinced that It can only mean
1 ssner *-Wfeieke; Three Perish. that General Kuropathin'sa worl.pro.
S *ihand Light. Mas., Oct. .-- claimed advance has ended in coM.
Wl 1S *4 M e4 booster Biwood Biu plte disaster with such frightfulI
gl tU% Capta16." William, was wreeked o tosa that, they will stagger Russisa,
li l bar rI thves after LIaO Yang. Most circum.
S tiptba rid l wo searen atper0sh1M tteaS tl stories, attributed to court

0fl. 0 te thi t tWo other sallera Were clrclt, are told of the failure of the
Me etsM ea fttl wrerkagle. Restian left. from where Kuroparkil
e eu aimed l his Olef blow. The Raiian
M m.el"l a m Ipertance. commander i stated to have had two
Pi yttibvrg, Oct. IT.-.A nuettl, and a half army corps there, with one
akRIngly -of great importanct to Iron and a halt corps in reserve and they
tad "steI lterests, has been held are sali to bave been beaten and
stee, Headsa tf ll of the unitelt thrown Into a state tof conBtilon hinr.
Stte Steel corporaltion *ubsldlary d. tiering on a rout, It befng now only
~tsets were present from various a question of the magnitude of the
iprt. of the country. Pbr two hnurs 4efelt. Accordfli to theap mtnrltw.
Ihe 4. 0Ilmanurtireurrs dislcuased e., Kuropatkin was realty fintilng on his
te' AUl Imtran niS af eh ...--. ... fronL ithvlnir nnlv threpo. .rnA. we.k


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SAPSTV SWIfITCH iAvS TRAIN. (crr wps picl 1 1Aoa3s the 'Santa 1'e tracks.
Good Uise of Gan;e. I Made on Saluda .
Grade. MILITARY ACTIVITY. r
Raleigh, N. C.. ())ct. 17.--The S'tui ..--
ere railway has p ti to a rmuplein* t t Russian Railroads Disorgsnlxed by.
the safety switch on the* great H.(t! War Traffic.
do grade on the line i l te w'(. Ahc Nt'v Yor:. Ort. 17 ---4'orrespwudents
Vllte and Spartnitmin::. report that mfliutary activity Is every.
Eniineeri ParL-s, 1ln .l 1it : t h r lhr int fnIea;lp in t)iulh rn Rlnulsa.
pastsengpr irain frtonI An rvill 1!, sj a "'rn T imes dlti:)ntlr'i fmini linon.
Spartanliiur. (fa.: tl otr ihe ir) f t: Their nlitary Ir:ril rt a.r; ithoritlles es-
mountain that '.t .r:.i irat,'f wirrt a:;l, timat' that tha e tlhrtn(IJ h riirrylr ca-.
right. bitt F ilon tir r t!nltng t ohi' top. pacitv of t tp W}a. agaln te-i'ed tj ,1;i ,a i t'. i n dl fr;)(I& -.the I,"t .,'\ n t.i s : ;:,Ku n men
that thie train wns nor unh ,r li C.iTI-* and T1f f :n- v Or. that
trot. Ileo thert'l re dire 1 1 l4 itl:t *' h ha !,s I -; I : 1 r, i ,i 0 by a Ipln
be* t rcoirit- to ta!L WvnI to rni i t tv o i.trait n I .\lar 'l::[r ;ti .0 A it cOn. *
train u uxiil the4l' ary switch lit.rl t tI ,' l nl it Io :' ,- I .. i Eu r
..1n, there hloeing tihre f4 tl p,' ItM.Ut. i rt, v 2 ., I, ,* u' n, if the .
switches. earh 'o metI tfnt a iiiwn- l tratwpjtirt f K'lni : 'i.t! co(ll'Wd be'
grade train will r'in on It unk Es tt.o, teoin ',r&"y > re .i't'.
Pengineer ilou a f Igaial to> the v.i lt, in tI h indit .tt I .*, rut.lway *%s
man to let the train gnr througli, telnl f rtiie I ,. is disrganl
"Thi In the first time a rcomptl' toi -1 I by ith. dliv rimi loir u war traf-
passenger train h1as e\ver tal.cn a ftSl.. A lf f l iilve. aii ar.1 Ms that
ty twJtch lhrrc, .:~i1 S t tlis train WH o niiy i R .ot i tinla ,i;e.n cars aM
not tinder iTa l'ra s lir!iK It wi hl rui n now dtlivr~ ,i! dally 1i %-%--t*t.
down the mliinti!in ~fh i 'ter of tif1i --
safety swltclhd It foilnd to be< om! DAVIS ITINERARY.
plete. Each sitichi will, honevt~ r.
be lengthened. : Spech-Making Tour of Candidate for
It has been found by detectives that the Vice Presidency.
on various *' lan tramps hav' Kiwuodt, t W. Vu Oct. 7,.- Ht-nry U.
eluded the watchman and tamprrn4 liavis. accompan'ui li Senator lanlel
with the brnakes of thl freight train, and W'. C. Daly, a local spetakr. left
at that point in revenge for being put Parkertliurg early thl niwrolng fr
off and It If belfevet they tamp.reld Ripley, a place off the'ntain line of thil
with this passenger train. f road, whcre a rally was htld. The
candidate rejoin his party of cam
SECOND DAY'S StSSiON palgncrm this afttFrooln t lPoInt Plea-
1 ant. .
Christian Women' Board of Msor At Ravenswood .Mr \ Davis was co'
ChristianWerr-414 Board of mctlor3
at St. Louie, Mo. dially rrceitod lby a larg,- gatheIrlng.
Bt. Itfa. tOct. Itl-The sutmii. ,lday' Bot he and a s ttli- ar.lfiti"1 maild
lseMIon uf Ithe tCI;ritlan Wututi'. A brief sp, rhT. The oralurs arCrum
BSnard of Mstionls. v.,hi(h gtrop o! paying Air. Davis continued tlh rotK
meIt s couno th ;rs senel tular ltinr irny odaI touehins at the
of thIe Interna;:oualj M1JMonary cun- towB B lwrwe<: Par.,-;r'tpIg and Hunt,
ventlonl uf l. .'hiatian chiurh. wAa ington, where the rally I.s ft .be htld
held in the Muliec flail iul'.rvn. ll.- tonight and where the Davis special
elal**t are v"risian(iy arrlvng., and it l!t to remain over Sunda).
is estimated that the f ll aute Idance
Will not be reached be fnre Monday. Muoh Cotton Rlceilvd.
The board's ifltings concluded Lo, tovtiton., a., Oct. 17.-Thbe cortt
day- empress has to run day anid tiht.
Thte m(ttLtigS of tlh boad f nman- The dally cotton rrce'lpts here for thb
agers of the Fbrelso MissBinar Io o.onith 4of Octonher will average b*
.lety and the general board 0T : tween 400 to :.non hal.e. and tbh r
AvZeWan Christian Missionary Ipci. felpts for thp ntirr ta-on 11,0 *l'A'.
e0y, the parent hody, were held i.* less reach the z25,O-i'ale notch.
day and the regular sessions ti the
societies will continue next week. Rural Delivery increased.
The board of manae**r.' ..a..-. Rntlh_ ( "* Or 17.--'rNC r-'O:-


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W.i a* L..t-u.. o a...
T" l4awe OR of the emperg mal.
IOrY Stat pad laperial Adtstaat Ge
"l VYe seftow l"iurealt him
t the UNlsllag of the satae of #re
eried the OGret hi Wauhlatoa, Nov.
Wl. Bh delegates aned ire do.
mnhdants of oemers of Prederlhe the
Great They wil arrive In New York
ea the ateaMer Hamburg about No-
vember 3.
DROUTH KILLING CATTLtE.

reports From Southwest eorgla In
dleata Sad Condition.
Albany, (l.. Oct. 17.--The drouth
ban reached the, itagv whpro cattle
are dying of thirst.
A gitlentia who lias Ju it returned
to Albany ftrom a trip thrjulu l sali
OouUty relates tlat he found condti'
LInsa thoe far more serious tlan he
had dreamed, and in localities retintliy
from Fliit riverr antd oththr pjrinanntI
streams, water Is dlitre>ilngly ScarSce
Wells have piwUg dry aud others
are failing; pirtnnt have ceased Itu
iow aud ponds that were nevur with-
out water b.!'r, inhave their beds va
posed to the u.n.
Many country ;ipople arc oldfgod tc
haul water ,"v.vral Jtles, andI the
strictest tremn,:ny In i tIIu lhais be.-
eome neceuaary.
Slasy farmer. li;ve driven their cat,
tie from oalI uittirus to icalitle
where water i. t o -hte snlta!nd1,. but it
Is stated it.l( not all have' ben aiblI
to provide' rllef. On usone of the
aUrms which ite Alb myan visited tnrE
cows hRd T'. t d'' 1 of thirst. ln.
le s rain D c ,n i -. :1,, It will he n c-.
esary for all cattlu to be driven to
the rtvyr. cr 'eks or r'ma!ninlg plndsi,
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TEN CENTS A WAII


SIXTEEN REPORTED

KILLED IN COW9SION

Disastrous Orash on Den e an
Rio Orande Road.

A SCORE OF PERSONS INJURl
Master Bound California Limited Pus
s**opr Train and a Wastorn hn.ui,
Preight Train Collide with Fatal 3R.
sulta Near Puablo.
Pueblo, Colo. t, i. 17.--Three peg (
pie k iwn to be, dt'ad, I.; are reported
killed aind a 6soeua ianjiirtd an a ri
suit of a head-end cni.ilon Ur t he0
Denver an41 jio (runtle railroad be
tweun east bound t alfiornia limited
pais.euOr train No. t' and a wentera
hound freight train at IlDaver ecrsek
28 miles wetA of Ih i~ -iortly aftel
6 o'clock this niotnnintg.
Theru Is noi te iraphic commnuul'
tion with the secrit. The unty deta
In regard to the acl'.biit was received. :
by the chief dilpalir hr and imme4.
tlcly a train with l dctoor and nurMse
was sent to the wrtnue The.o dad *
far repurtod are:
e.irgno HIiitIis. :' tralieman as t het
fri.,lght rr '
EulnmeWr lI t'-tingr and the flreamt :
or 1el. freight train, all from Pueblo.
TFA. sc( 'e or the wreck was a large
cut between Iomu andl ever creek.
%hi e the Santa FV' d ria o Orudne ,
trari- ]>arual ea ch tin r. .
Bolith 2'ivi wr", i!l'id In a heap
In the dltch. the "Lafage ear was
thr(,wi to one side and oie passenger


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We will have our Early Fall
Opening of Shirt Waist Hate


Our regular Fall aend


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kSND TITLES...
r7 pw.flw eTirEI. f 7 ft a roi tl rhfi;e / r/it ;#)IP'f r.''
tI what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
know what you are buying.


w, Tit(os ordinarily invisible cyrectly revealed to you by .

SThe b iiAh h County Abstract Company
O.tt intns Gadll ori4a. 1
11, *,auiiam*,.san d ....Gatneevifle,
h I>'" MU .u.' ie.. .,- . . .
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Il' vW06 'mkiy meeting of
Vblea t u.e Nio. 30, KIghSte
VI' ' Hld a' the as-
N*l k:ink at ?70o'so ok
4rw1f. There Wi brk or
4 P 0uahm 4l.e i aiodeIred. vit.
V ir~S. Will enle a cordial,
A-A. '. A Prran, O. 0.
WZ Mtr snvY, K. og (. hor a 9, r'nzres t KLrT SA.TT.T'L GrS
I* WerS IT4. aiktopih A" Jacksonville and New York,
oftal 0af CoftldIa, lowa. mysl Calling siCHARLESTON, B. C., both wayis.
I0d l t m .sildret was sobjecs to tthe met Blabmaip I l the Coastwise Sterico
pTfl Oa .661 lype., nsd the giving t *
oIp1 ..,S.,, .....on a..,,, g lyde New England and Southern Lines
Iim$ maWb roeght rlief.'Many Direct Sevic Be tween JACKSON.VILMI. ,Ho. $TrEX and
li i this neighbotrhood thak PROVIDENCEO and All Eastern Points,
@ S s 4 about this reuldy Callian at Charleston both waym.
4d paist O other lakid for their chil- 8EM1W a m AT .TfQTS
'N K~,:" :b~0 a Soutbbcanttd ........ .. ............... ...,.Fromn lewis' Wharf. Boston
lo'r vala by alidrN ts. Northboond*................. From Foot of Catherine tP.. Jacksonrville
Cawd of Thanks. ClVe St, Johns River Line
$Jdge*$.A.Oarlillot4e(elrtoz eted Between JACKUONVIIN.L and SANUvouwD
eh the SIa b hisloeereIn thbks for Stopping at Palatka, Astor, S Franci, Beresford (DeLand). andi Intermedqte
at' o Alao fa a uriiad u t aoIdnia on ISt. Johns River


tUmai hsvauldortem hin re.
*hlw I a d aimurm hea tkat
iMledesesm wlllter be fonefot
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; St*rner "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
S Leovs JMeksonavlle 8:80 p. m. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
I eaf- Sanfond 9:80 a. m. Monday. W u dntdIays ad Fridays.
s. l appointed to sail as fohows:
S b BCHEDULE Nortbovi,*
NoRth be. adu
Leave i?& pm..................... Jacekmonville........ .. ...Arrive 2 m a
.6 p. ....................alatha...... ... ..Leave 8.00Dpm
00 aO o ............. ..... ..... Astor ........ ... ... .. .. 2:S)pmn
M 4t Oami .....................St. Franels................... l:00pm.
I ..............Berstford (DeLand.... ... .. 1..:o0n's
Arrive8 0am .......... .......... n e ............... ......... 9:80Dam
10A0 am .... i. ..... ...... ntrprise .. .... .. .... 10-00ai
GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICEf04 W. HAY ST.. ACKSONVILLI,
P. M IO NMONGER, J.., Am. Ge.tP. P. A-I,. W.el.st l 't JoetackotIl. 1Ea.
W. g. o6 El Jr., P elthe AIt, E. '. 1r iVKa.I.., ulerlanteeast.
_Fot oi f oM ira e. t t I IJtlliI,.
I k IS -k -rfmfm Jss._ n .* V .t**.. Pam- A.. Now. VM. L f Is whl- J.n ar< > -- *. I.. ..


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PD. A. U. MOEKLEY.
OSTO 2 0 PAT.


Offlcz Maguolls liogel,
Florida,


Oalinst ,


All diseasee% uooefullh treused wit
gr5 f. CVwaawUte m and UiRta.iUu IusI
i1 Uouib. ,W to I a iU., I ou .is., orb

IFERUINANDi BAYER.
ATTOltNEV AT L.AW,
i. .
Cta mull your city irol erty, (isa
prorid aud uJuiiIphruv.d), |hiiehih'.j:
trucking aid ftrningi Jad., $Lnd j id
list of what you otier for sale, 21

K E. IAKERI,
ATTOHNEY-...LA.w,
... SOLICITOR IN (II NCERY..,;

GAINESVIILLE, AlL'.ua Cou., FJ
otlIeu in hilnd.i mlock. .

D J. H. ALDEIt.KMAN,
DENT L .
klueoeaor li Sel 4 .;.iermstu


Over Duitoc a Co's Uau1i.


Spenil a4teiaUou to Crtu ao i d vgkidg w e.f
Mi
tR. GORDON ., TNbONW
DENTIST, .
Graduate. 2.thalore Co'rgoe Dental Swvims
ive yeoar' *exertence In New York Cit.
Crowna.sBr &d work acnd FUting ipoa1IL 'MS
AlmW. Wo tC*MtAMNT Im
Ooe lit MliTer Law Exdhmrge.
UAINrMV.ILIL. FLA.

THE WEST LNI),
FINE WINES, I.IQUOR$ & CLOARM
JOHN MitLNJ KS, Proptletor.
I-21 W1 LV Hay bt.. JUkitionvile. ta.
Faust beer, bott le and draught. DMo't
fall to call on me when in JacksonvilIe
T'k. HAURY L.E-k JARVIS.
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D:ENTAL sI.MUIbLN.


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CRYSTAL SALOON,
t'tw .; C :ia;'dt .uer. Iljg i': -.',
Jaekon, v ile, . Florida
I rlst in ipo rt'i d, i dm >I .utl I. .uU
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EIC .! QUAlITY shoe,. Every
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KEYSTONE BAKERY,


R. T. SHAFElt, 'rep.
Corner Girove and ('r rr N street.v.


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CHOICE HHEAVS. CA ICK and Pllt


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Delivered t~ AU Parts of Caty.

?ESIlLL---4 FAVORT
IAI!(ElIIILLES. FAVORITE


REPORT.


Alachua Pool Parlors,
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Trl TE DAILY SUN: GAINESLLE, FLORIDA. OCTOBER 1 1904
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LAiTl

STOGROUND

SLoFt ine Plant
Saturday.

NEKAf NEWBERRY

In Engine Room, and
d Too Late to Save
mmlssary Saved by
of Those Gathered.
00 17 -Th 1 Cuiriir
pany's phosphaiit plant
dalbout four milrae to
of this place, was c oui-
led by fir. Saturday
e originatedd iii thl U n-l
wasddiscovered t<'1 iit
iluable properly, aHs the
beyond control.
y gathered alout th i
hard alid ivarnet work,
ry and other adttje't
ieisaved
was modern, and was va!-
thousand dollars.

M PAT HUBBARD.

Reflected Upon Him, and
tion Through Sun.
I In la.t we.;'* isue rof
Ilor.it, Mr. Setzer
a as to why The Ala-
aPpindead publication:
kelp sould not, be had
meaning Alachua.
aly Iriends have called
to the notice, and while
toe are acquainted with
tes, I learn that the
ewur city have lost etll.-
Sn account of the article.
.itiser notice tin Sept. 0
qali working for him ona
I a14 not know that The
smluspend until Friday, the
September. I gave Mr.
lTriloe, anid friends have
to write you, and although
the paper business now,
te fraternal-relatinns once
ftWen us. I ask that yout
caller pace in your liaper,
ila that Mr. Seizer did
tat I was dishonest.
that this will be satisfac.
concerned. lIam
S V'ery truly your*,

o0L. 14.

pT WILL MOON BEGIN.

For Heavy Orange Ship*
Mn Melntosh Section Good.
tKin. ol Eviinstoni wan among
to thl cily Mondna.
aslli well as others fr rotii tl
Snd Mollintosh 9fction f, re-
| the prospects for a heavy
r Of citrus fruit from these
ipelptially Mclntoslh, promise
9eatliest thi season since thie
I. Thi movement, it isan-
iWlll begin before the closing
let week, and It will be
[rusly until the crop in all
lehieh will be away late in


t thii season does not only
SSiner appearance than last
the flavor appears to be ou-
:he fruit is much sweeter and
us, and altogether is au-
$ery way.
Mimated that thousands of
Stages aid grape fruit will
flom McIntosh alone during

I Millinery Opening.
bellt n from ithe aniounee-
Wlere, the grand early fall
open ingat the big tore of
*ifde will occur tomorrow,
k l4t. Mr, Hyde has secured
0one of the prettiest and
yate linua of millinery ever
tOOaiinesvlle, and a special
laS extended to the ladies. to
ilhspect he stock. Th p rg-
Pad winter opening of mil-
Sthis store will take place rin

O uea Cold In One Day
'aiative Bromo q*uinine Tab-
ldtrlgglste refund the money
to eure E. W. tGrove's sig-
IIOU each box. -.

01t Timber Deal Closed.
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Sour

Stomach
Noe appelite, le l i trenigth,
nvMenvum headache, cCrntipaUton,
bad brWah, general dobljily, sour ris-
itng. 1 a fitlanh of the tomAch' are
all due to Indlgestion. Kodol cures
Indigesilon. This Mv discovery repre-
ntsi the alural juice of digestion
as they ist hin a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
and rconstnrcWve properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In.
digestion and dyspe lta, but thtis famous
remedy cures all stomach trouble by
clianaing. purifying, sweaetning and
strengthening the mucous membrasnu
lining their tornach.


lve almithi tho te SIt l e
Stfnelu to the Welk.
Sotu". h. 6t1.00 u sto he 2me 1 es
thi trl tes, vwisch s.sf r 0s.
Psawi by 0. Dowitt A Ce., CMhm.

Sold by All Druggists.

IN MAYOR'S COURT.

Sallie Williams and Will Thomas Sinned
and Paid the Freight.
8601i4 Williame, a colored damsel.
the countenance of whom looked as
though she night have attended a
fane-snatching and got there late, was
arraigned before Major Thomas Mon-
day morning upon a charge of using
abusive language. and it was Inti-
mated that Sallie might have been a
little intoxicated at the time.-* His
Honor sentenced her to piay a fine of
$6 and costs.
Win. Thonmas, colored, was arrested
Saturday night for being drunk and
using boilsterous language. lie wa
also lined $5 Si3 l drots of the court.

Justice Colman's Court
Join Williams. colored, was arrest-
ed by Marshal 1'inkoson on a warrant
sworn out at the instigation of Virgil
Smith, charging him with the lareuny
of *fl03 from a trunk. Smith alleges
that during his absence% Williams went
into hii plteo. broku thl Joek, opened
the trunk and extracted the money.
I pon request of the defendant, who
ntawed that he desired to employ the
services of a lawyer. the ease was
postponed by Justicu Colman until
thi uilorninig.
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
lie sure and iuse that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Wiunlow's Sooth.
ing Syrup. fur children teething. It
soothes the child, softenls the gums,
allays all pain, eirea wind colic and is
the best rw nedy for diarrhoea. Twven-
:;-tlvc cents a bottle.


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President AttNwd Wedding.

R, ,e ,pit ltr %'. vr,.', .' 'i V .M rs. Tlcu- f..
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lIlthrtl'ck l; ? *. '. rar ,'avi

.nortli ,.i lf ., a', i',( f. i l,
I t',n' t! i .:' '*, thi %l!ti It t.. ha
I Pcu Ntl 4.. ... r .4 iSe ,:
Str K I:', f n, .in .}lv rii, t, .1Aiime
Tin;,. ,f liti,

Device to Prevent Accidents.
S N 7,h. 1 7 v l,vl',. In.
tepn |. I T, l i .., i;r'r,1 lit. 1 k, ihat
.tet "i t "i, 1 ;fl r ,Tii t ,?i 'I', 'Aician
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y n "i 1'1, ,;. In lt (,( fl. t, pr.
I' i. 1, 1 i. ', t' i. n ai ,. lh at,
lj j r rid : I *1 ..: .1 n c t li ni O
I th l o r nilt-| 1 j 1,il# s .1 Ic, f i,r 111 of
the li-or, *in'I ht ,l i t II rti.ed t) it and
WTi, ,* liftr t, rinl, ire p l'charged,

Ou T.I.. ~, ;i,. i,, I17.- --A itranie dlm ,
cin -th i- arf tt41i: 1i tr lan i hfntio
it. Alt .!it Al -iha. 176 in Nl l .-At i r Tit6
toll, lr:; 'i-rrii t-,iiity. '1iey' an
atlatrkd vr-y iuurth I an If with rabie
air! wil! fglht ir iem atm anything
Migl.l. 'lh % I ini inar the ni exhiltir v.,iy y tsyuiiiro, apparently, of
i, hydr.l].4)ti;a.


Kodol
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT


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The letters of Miss Merkly, w

ture is printed above, and M

prove beyond question that 'a

cases of inflammation o theo i

womb are annually ued



tyia & Kaean V|w
"DntAi MaL Pnruiart-G-Oa kilo1
palm.nsthrought the pelvIc on -t "aM
He4M me to Mek mdi-.T alSg i iltB
trubl an ulosration, and i l
this and decked to try
I Roon Iowud t y j l M
thing maid ktxatthli medei 4e
paia and incnsaedfa l JJL im
complilea. in dpisW ad i I a
and vigorous and perfectly weIll
"ly heartkst tlhaInkl e A at
d6use me."- lwInreIy yourlst MI.
Milue, WiL. i,

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frult o rato oarstmae tU


the doctors do not help li
table Ompoind hey will a b
Mss Mat t &u mme, BMUW


$5000 m8 ri,.


Will Organize an Anti-S1aloon League.
W!raminghani, Ala., Oct. I17.-M-onday
Oct. 17, rep;reentative Antl-Saloon
Jagiue men all over the taUlt will
assemble in the First MetIodlat
church, in lirnilngham, Ala,. to
launch an organized movement
axalnt the saloon in Albama. Many
prominent en will make addresses.

Reward for Well Polsoners.
Montomier). Ala.. Oct. ITe-The
governor hima offered a reward of $1l11
for the arrest and conviction of tlhe
party or parties who placed potion In
the well of J. W. Robertso,n at \Vrli.
ke, in Randolph county, a fvw diays
ago. The poison was put In the '+i
hlicIset. Ilut was found before any d. a-
age was done. *

Turk Ih t'ntnupltrtnh.,
'iatiP, l'hiiahin. h rtinrtlyi a power In
Turilty i'.sT l(e: lc'r 1.i n reform pnrty.
I.runztu t ztn-.t Ol:l' Ie itltl Of ut ultan
.,,l lAz.. l'ri.- MMlr'iild then was
I r l:i.luti l n:iti :. I'i\v disayl later theo
-al *.I I1 i Vli "" *,I t!!tlold ar fuitl
v.ti'h !i wIi | i'. Ie iiy Ii'n 'lci detorue.
T' ,.:i :'.; r, li i'i" I,;f i-,riVl >' ultall
S.M'lr:;i li '.;-i,,' I;';a irne c:ti.l wails deposed
ai.i Aul!t l!t t: ldl iamsrui'itl! ithe thruste.
N1 mlliiti wls 1il:.Ajtln1. lbut wra rewetlvel
witlh 4, zuinh f:rvhr In ELurtqme thut the
s!ltin l 'Lln* inrv ilt and r( itlled
lhi jimiL4 n' ilmi-!HIl hIt i 1 goverivor of
Syirla.. lIHere h did liimuch giao l.ut
f.'rm:l llui.i 'if ruiiled upolw to resign In
1i '. I!. Inext i l'"iit i'vn w riv or gri'n-
*'- I S. tu.n'ii .i; i: j t:<'rtly nfterwarnl
:,i ;:s :i-rr ,'~t l ill i Nl'Mih niiiet ItInhlldi
I'a .Iib ni ..1 ,lu'-:s ii fl n*tiirge' oi f o i41i iH
1, ,', l 4 In i t ;i, l :urder of Alidil Atlz.
T'! ,' d l n I on for iontthli. and
NI iili:t, will oIhtIer. wts eoaltidemniied to
loea h. l t 'n tl i In ltervetilonl of' the
I:n.i;ilsh gove'rriilm tit his -'ntillnee wna
ctli&anig tlo ilimrlsinmitient for ltife. Mld-
hat wan sent to Tiltf, in Arabla, where
Ininny nttemiptii were lado to poison
him. which were frustrated by hsl swrv-
ant. One night, however, hle was
drngtl fromili his room T y rnome of the
sult-as ufli'l:mis ndl strnngluri .

t A Love Letter
V.%'uld not Interest jyou If you're
looking for a guaranteed salve for
sores, burns or pile#. Otto Dodd of
Ponder, Mo., writes : "I suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
lltckltPn's Arnica Salve cured me. It's
thel t[est salve on earth. -ce at all
druggists.

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The Pt.w rpv
"And there' I one w hSl
pupil ofh trle iy that I iit
lots of other pupali,'
teacher. -
"What la that?' a 4 toe
chorus.
*"It Is always liMa
beL-d4tomke tats-aa,.


Mr. Totteipy-Coqid y UiQt W :
old man with a Roed iea
bhe told e frantay heow
aml bow amch be Was
Tliwly-How k e wortm* l


GAINESVILLE NURSERY
Offer fr the rmlar Fall asd Winter a cbe let ef I WSS sadd S
IPECAN TKREEK of the tstada rd vartlell se as hare a go rd ed
blad them. Alt Fruits, Orsamentals, Ete. CatalMUe asad 14 t.
Hmrrcsti Fras ICulture" rte. i a I a a a I *
GABSLLE USES GRAVES, Proprietor,




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swallows aci d l best,
lwiillowM anil oteiir milgrtolry birds
Inrarlzibly s him those pl$oaw whilh are
In th lio K htiet elgrte infectai lby
noxtious imlrobel. Thue they ore never
to hIe found In t)irltsa where rholerai.
yellow fervrr. theo plrgue and other epil-
(tirrile dllmhmr iprevali. The districts
wlidti llrry select as their temriwairy
homes airn In iall rewp.rtsl the Emost
l:eilttly uthit rin t1* found. Jt is evi-
dent fromni thi that prsmons who are
afrnild ofi matching clioler or ollher In.
fer.tlonusi slli"eq oi)ght not to live In
pincrl whidt are shunned by these
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HUi I N M(IAN T llOi ABIT?


IF he bn, you can ,suro
him of It by' bringing
h he and letting us
fit him with a uilt of.

.Correct Clothes
Hand u'allorei by .
SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.


that co4t


just


half the


price the merchant tailor
would charge fort no bet.
ter fit, style or quality.

THUS on a kitiat
your husband has bkn
paying $25 for, you can
save about half, and
$12 50 will buy a lht of
good things you .need for
your own wardrobe.

fTll your Lady Friends
Osut this. They will appre-
elate the ODuvery.

The' Wllustration shows
two teiguiug favorites in
Nil Apparl-, at


Prices R nging From $1 up.


*1*n aeiar
means w
Amet


The Stamp of Superiority on these clothes is more than ler.m name
sewed In e collar. Every snitch, every strand, every curve >,w unmis.
takable ev ience of the master-.hand. Each suit. is an eloquent appeal to
the man ho knows the difference between a claim to aupe orirty and
the superiority that is BUILT IN.


rep in and kit is talk It over."


f ,MARCUS
Outfitter to particular People.
ml '.


ENDEL


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


IT Ohlortive



An lad s tre m w



woo 1101 .1o ., !

f t G o, of y.
hlfa tithtnll bee Cathk.

9000 thregh 4mepapal
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t4 fh sat the tart
b~klve t thig ig
ibt eif e orse ta
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ic A thI SIaloon and Cafe
J:akeft*Il. Florida

elrebaW.Luncho from 12 to 2p. m.
b rvtkisat Rsebeeter, alas Ear
phiS Wuboerg Beer e Draught

ito .1ar. Pool, Wlllarid, Bowlln
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MAXON KING DEAD.
P1 Of1f Mour tng Fixed at Twenty.
tour Weeka
DOesden, Stxony, Oct. 17.-KirLnt
George died early to4ay after a loug
lilMae. Prince John George and the
Prlames MathildIa were at the bIL-
Te new king, Frederick Augustus,
W4est son of the monarch, recelvc4d
:e lMinisters and officers of the roy-
al household later In the day and fixed
the portod of mourning at 24 weeks.
The king was also ocenpied l ith
many detslla of taking over the gov.
raament and consulting aIn regard to
tl% funeral arrangements and4 the
iaourls. The -shutters are up at
all the abop windows, flags are at bali
mat ant the bells are toiling.
Seorl gia tea Fair.
Don=1t fort the Ireat Oeotlia State
air ito be beld at Maeo (o., Oetob r
140, Im. Attiastle Ceat Line offers
low ianslon mvtes. One fare pieu 2.
oatea plea, 0 eentl admlsulon, for the
road trip. Half rates for children
over flye and under 12 earsn of' age.
Rate of onea ent per mile distance
cas.at-l till ane ni n nmlllitars and


SES PON 1SIBLE COMPANIES.
14 P 0F 1J N S COlRSECTLY W ITTEN I'OLICIF.S.
S"artry or LIHIERALITYov POLICY CONTRACTS
.raStPon PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We rovPr these imiiortant points and mrspeetfull. y
S,,'icit a al.are f your business.

Fire, Life, Accidet and Health bInsarce.

--Agents for the--

Victor Safe and Lock Company
0C:b -I r- n ti .z ObLxo.
The **Vkitor" is the best safe made, mad parties contemplat-
irg the parcltse of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a tbox to a bank vault, will save money
C4U .by consulting us. Call on or address,
SCUSHMAN & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. A INESVILLE, FLORIDA


AT LANT I HAVE IT FOR TEN IEARIN.


The


On the A. C. '.


- Montezuma
At OCALA, FLORIDA.


and S A. Rys.


None Better in


- Hotel


V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor


the State at $2 a Day.
Meet all Trains.


Porters


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Acmult Ix.


B. F. JORDAN,


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S" WOPI'S! LPW1EL CASE.
.Y A l of -1. r.r;mler s I. tttr c :.i0
J4i. ni u wih H ts. t'lMtin.,n (al
*stOtO asatmIesrt ... r. J4 Wf. I U ('.;vry gere n'rtad, an4
41$ ais manetr ,aLl.:' V,%i. :f tde, L.gt :.g.;re a
t.WAP -(. r 1 .- wL t iMr Mt#l 'ry w' M asOu.

r C!ty Iilwr ,was s* itt.rrd orer l:'r.di 1t til
W. Lt DLENIAM.-tv.toPr itlhl amini t the advi. ,.f jiI frt.i-.t
IR ti, sIpOtmi e -'6t that ime11 Mr .Wie, tb idpri)nd-
..tk.a. TrI tirus o *1t st t 'mt Ali.'itH fur :.u!,"j', i.lr.'
*p l atbis1,l4 e*veryr tOraM et- Vn.-r in t U. Pty of iv,..,,,, tie
At.Lvered t aor reUntdbt r nn tht.e lt, ry.ly
m ow'rer;l. lO ttoi sote: .1~ tgrent many tings Uing., q M :L tl .t l
sor 0 e t for rve week -- no 't. iat e tri'.h ir ri ,: f';,,,.
p -O *e retilt ,f t:is w gas i a j4t for ,,:,: ac.
" -* e ma n ,.1. i-A it v. m vt )r a i r
n I Ioe V4n1irrai o c U itt l ' **
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Adp4Airsl W0lkerm anouncoe ian the
"'aa1 tomrWi!siin will keep open two
fre p, r'#in ti ,e ual rUn*., Ai nts
a d Cristobal. Jil, r, ArI* fir t thr




riip i ;e i l i orrd r Ito fl.ak V
x**1:.r:. r _
I:x.^'-ltr vTr*r q1 t~ij't mit*rL
du .t R:y i',. wt1t vit' for Is(,m V lIt
P r r A; It i hL I*.'a I to :,i ''Vr i iii)
T1- Ir.' -.t l.t'i ry art 4tiItv
i'i.' :t h h- 'ht r tr r iet- lPopr li '.itie fte.
in^.' i'tsy-m,1 ,f ,! 'bt. )Le i.th an;.
;rei'Fr of rl iuig, i 1 a.hirr**nt th the
t; li ;ii :ni;. d ich convict strles
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FRUITa SRUiM

ttu Presb 0 t imMt,,,

,1ft11mt-11s i K tlft


adverttlra made tCowtL

,eek Stun ( uin (' lt-iC,,
pr, ubUl~ut-Lrt c e'cry M a
ly ,nd OOLeut v ai-t u.l tth
wek, loe'l, state AItd ee-
miat4ed. poetaie free, to any
i $Stats or LU.r- na, orl.OO

l U becaomeA .d. e tfter Arat
SilAvenrtl-et r.u leu oonearwIse
4Mstrael. 'artesr.ot brownn to
d' to siva for itaie-rti:',a '1u .4-
THUKrDAI.VL F(":
pUAI NkMVI It. FLA.


ATIC TICKET.
E i Pml&dtmt.
N 9. PARKER
.4W New York.
K f, vic r,,tr +-,.t.
XRY ( ;, D.A VIS
West v'rgi:i..
States PtRit tor.
P. TAI lI rltto.
Consrefs. nl 2 D!Dtrtet.
SPRANK I.AltK.
uMental!l Elector.,
P P. BAILEY.
.A. JENNINGS1
B. KOONCE.
Is. 3. NEWTON.
I S. STONEMAN.
Governor,
LEON B. BIROWA RD.
El9bry of Stnte.
OLAY < AWIVo1tD.
tiOri' y- e*^i-fi1.
LIAM II. ELL.IS,
SConiptl 'f ler.
A. C. CROOM.
taw Tw iurer,
KiAM V. KNOTT.
2t of lileis', Itlruct!on.,
KM HOLJ.I. WAY.
leslon I. B. E.1c iNtroad CorTn'l+lt4nvIr,
ON I. MoIAN.
Atyrprme Court. six Years,
BNWIC K TAYI Ol.
ht Snpreme Court,
BUT 8, COCKIELL.
B. SHAC'KrIEFORD,
B. WHITrIEIi).

A. A, RONROItowrzI,
0. 3. TILL.MAN.
SCcutty .Jmul:e,
^ II. q. Mason.

| Wherllr, i
t. W. FENNELL*
'Ierk Cinr lt Caort,
L 3. 1. WIFNGES.
Tax Atsewior.
W. W. COLSO N.
Tax coll tor,
D. DICKINSON.
ent of Publih Instruction,
J. L. KEL LEY.
C 1ontr TyrtrTr,
:w. d. IIIEIhryuN.
County S xrvyrsr.


J. .D OASTEFN.
c C. '. PEEI:IPiK.
* P F. '.4t' l.L .I+ ?;
S. F. TOWN?$ 'Membprs of t*lnoI flnrdl.
T. A. DOK IC.
W. J. MAIITIN,
S, 3. WEEKH. ___


ths foremost living Itepubli-
*ltrelary of State John W.
id la an address last week:
It0 reported that the gecre-
h navy has announced him-


' 01. 'JI. ;,.Qy, L '1*',ey. se '1 : :i lt A.,,.rt ,.r .,s:ne peri, who r,,'-
at t r rf, I r ,* ,.rf a Et !amtba CTr- .- 1t w Prs-l, ldteIt l .aus,-e,6It
0 -. 'E crt, pt d the following atIn i .t ,., '- tI' La ..r::m ta rlm el.c at
ul the d f l. lat s, ; I ,,ri.t r Ir- : !', :y ) 1t: .l iu vy aFny.
was : AJ *- : .1 U- j'k i." i- t. L ; fa.,,n It lopl.! of .wir..-
:) ",,ad ad tiioth0irriioo.I" I lder tlthre
"Cir-'u t ,-our:t l' 'ar:bi otj ;:ty'-. .- rw' .r.* n aI. hi; il<,r.ce wit aud. tid e.
.; Fir'ln Circut o V". ri,ix, ,ft trri.. i. t .t LU !it 11*t be forgotten that there
lS ,'.--Friday, Jee 1, ',). 'r.- .t, t: i Jam!.ger uf ract* uielde in Utah.
The Hon. W. I. B.arn ju.t.-F. - .
'"W. 1). tChipley IC. J. E. Wolt.. W. i W.,: l.lk, Wii governor.t-
1lA, rumn and C.U ,tiee-L: ..J 1ral of the 'h i;ip es, l threaten ban.
WI *,. I., d.e trf t.I tt 1 o trrJ tad- qu,"err at whose tale h e is a guest
nit that It.t matter .pilb t!hel T;~,.e that ithr y will nJ t be iernitted to as-
Pensmefn. Cuinmmerciai slid eonsitut. sterutle hereatfrr if they dise"ls iide-
i:1g thle t,1l,'.;e t atlers of t1;i0 suit atid t peritdene, het *;early be.omn es .rtGi rVd
all siiii!ar n:l kir d hred -htre nimade It, a :-tt.r of thAi.kA from the pre -a
in the saiJ patpr front Ju:y 25, :l, tj dti. I* has got In live very sud.
JaDntry 2b, hV,, during hi.! time d.!y.
we were proprietors of said ipater, are --...- ---
tu*tr .' '1d ..l'ou'L, and wet do) ;erty A en lidate for tirneral Hawley'
retra,' "aw v:tE.. sat ia thl:e Unityd Statee Senate is a
J. E:1.i; \\, I, mngresigonal lobbyist and has pocket-
CI. W..M Usi:, edi *l5',40 of the State's money with.
l'.r J. EMt'r \W, .-I:. oat earning it. Now he wants 80.0AA
S3!e'Pl'Vrli.rts Cominuercial. more for a #is year term. Have the
8. RI. LANmIaN.l people tf Contueaieat lost their an.
"AAnd t!i.-rejpon upon motion of the dint agaiolty?
p!aint;f T n t!;o above case, the said
case PlandJs dilatised." It the West the Demo3rate seem to
Let it be remembered that this did have a flrat. rae ellhe of carrying
sot maketlhe libilers (J E. Wolfe et the Inter-mountain States that have
al.) any the leap guilty, but simply was only three or four eloetoral rotes
in mitigation of danimage. Mr. Wolfe eaeh-ldaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Cu]o.
stands on the record of a court of radio and Utah. They are carrying on
Dorids as a self-eonfessed defamer of agqum.shoe campaign.
Shirase ter.-LakelCity Index. -- -
I General Grosvenor has been heard
tDece *-eeretary Hay 9yeaks so glibly from. He predicts that a great miny
of religion, peace, the beatific vision, Irieh Demoerats w;ll vote for the
and arbitra:himn, it will be well worth President because he is a fighter,. and
whi',e to watch hi attitude regarding that "thonsaind ofQ takers" will vote
the re, enaes withlithis government be re- friend uf peace.
feared to the Hague Tribunal. He __
may rely upon It that Mrs. Beira Loek. General Corbiri r4afflrms his opinion
wodt will eeccod the motion of the ah. that no army offer ought to marry
grieved Igentlenren from Panama. Let unless he hai an inenme beyond hi'
the wreath ofaolise be Itwlied by SIr. salary. However, Napo'ean Bona.
-Hay, and the (clamor of the golden aarte and General Grant didn't think
trumpheto brigin. : Let him work for o.
this pealefil arltit.rut.'un in the mjessa
urte f lFi(iower. l~er)Ioedy who has nit read Joseeh
uli.zert's tremendous philliple agal:h.t
even member# of the Btuffa!o Board the Kpublieau party land the prol.i
of Aldermni< have iern indicted and doet in The New York World of OL-
arrested on the charge of accepting tober I, ought to get it without delay.
bribes for awarding Imunicipal an.-
traite. In the court room the accused A large mnajrity of the newsMppe
oticials "met the gze of the mt- of Florida are ending by W. M. Hul
tade with unflinching couctenances." ray. te regular DRemoratie nomo-
They are all Republicans. whieh. per- SchoolS.
haps accounts for their being so con- __ -
sci U otf their rectitude. By the time
Lincoln tieffen gets to Albany in him H .I.-
itninerant muielpial inrection am leif g
will have to Fo Jail to liEd the local C eV rm u
goverr.n :ent. .. ,.


In rim.ae of the countitl the com-
misiutwtr., in revising the registration
books, i:vfe trricken the namtes of all
persons who have riot paid their poll
taxes for V 3 ar;d rW I. It is queoston-
able wtiether ll'e non-ptayment of poll
taxes io a Jst g round for striking
names front' tJhe: registration Ibok.,
Nut every man who does pay is marked
on the u!ook& aP hav.rg d;ie iso.

The Ee oletrate of (f Malachuses'
have rnouiinaced a Shoemaker for gov-
ertor. Ttey are getting at laet upun a
rSghlt ooutig, and aharmonious under-
,tar.ditrs. .. -
.i .: ( t-r' C iTy ,- T' 'i i i1 *.
Ii. -C o l iv. \ I
Frank J.T Cheney makes oath that he
if ittior partner of the firm of F. J.
'hlei.,y & ('6. doing butinlss in the
(C'ity uf Tledo. county ar.d State afore-
Paid, and that said firm wiil pay the
sum f '(r-e Hundred Dollars for each
and er.'ry case of Catarrh that cannot
bIe ejred ty the use of Hall'. Catarrh
'nreF. RHANK J. CHtENE.
t sOrii to L.fore me and #uhberibed
ill my ; r, *t'Ice, t, is th tday of Decenm-
r. A. -D 0- . .


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THC CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
fhWAKS @9 *MITYTMISU.
SME eNhUIMN PfIPAESCD *N6V CV
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LousS MO.
For Sale by W. M. Johnuse.


( AND WOMEN*
S. I i l I I Iir IIIIi
*i ," , rr t i i wt; li
*. r.z.ti rr 'd. f.r
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I to coal. ailt aSI tiaer: ,. iseas w.a,,hi ,,,
rokaurnem: tis tin sad saw lie idIer' mhb M mu Se
gveM ntrta eveloim'n1. woth views $4 5W P mhte la l

Address, JAM ,A IR,
1. W, !Tll irm a DaW 4 SW O.






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BEST BUY IN
B. C., CANADA, At .

15 CENTS


Tho


WuATT q4
, ..,
, ,: 1; ,,,i
1'r, l,


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Consolidate Gold M!e, LI


Capital $625,000, of which 85 l pr wti
Treasur. 81ores fully pl)t idt!ide


Mines dir etly wes( of the LsRol
and LeKRot SNo. -.VWar Eagle and CO.e
tre Star, four of the largest goldo-op.
per mines i sthe world, all fW which
have paid large divldends.
A -S+ame identlcal ore and veins
now in tight on the 1BI FOUR, Large
ore bodies.
Assays from f5 to 9t(00 In kold, cop-
per, silver, etc.. Very rich displaI as
now on exhibition n Lhe city ore ezx*
hibit. iutuing wide eo-mment. ,
We have nearly two miles of rail-
way on Big Four property with water
and timber In abundance.
Jlusiland ore shipments fr It2,J.
850,(0X tonfe. Shipped fpr IW03. about
410,000 tone. Total value o lIt ouand
areas mined, $27,(000.t00.


Plea.e e1te Prie at

15 Cets P""SHARE
For One Monith.


nelom to to$ii!
the laet*Mpgi4|W
co'le.inM thaf
can th bxt 0a .
ments npeaibl,

Company has s de*W p
Teh, Ist.aMj in.'t

Jeferrw -Thtu.

bank or bStIHbleb. nfl
there II a this 1. tihe eAts
whjh taken at01 the 1i6A 1
fortune. 0e l, m w l,
their ilre Is bimcd i.th m
miserie.... L


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Amy macumk Is Us IM*S
bas drafts slek lrrt ,'

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Or der 1t1akr. and our r6ott cohipreteative stad e4ap I3e ltlbuastd
il newtsr.lr maine manrd isting rTistbl e IlorUaBtilo. with flag Iwd RepHth fl 's.
never. ter.t or.i r to irtrestof or tbt 4tdltfl to latest
... . .. ... . ........... .. .. w.. ... w


G. S.


IEROHANT &
Retailenrs Sd Jobbise l


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I Ur"Ba. hdu i am al Famwa.


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1-NOW


H.RF..DUTTON&CO.
w*--DEALERS 1X--- -


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sea ISoa:c6 Oottoxl.

Sea Island Cottn Sel. Bagging and Twine. Walrus
Leather in Strips or Sid(e.
Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin. and Supplies for Same.
GAIiE8SVILLE, FLORIDA, U S A
--------


world's Fair Rates..


.9


V. B. DAWSON



WIli AD LIQUORS


Jacksonville, Florida.


SBEER


Jag. Everard's Canada Malt
RED STAR.
As go

m.


Iewo
MO^^W M^WWWVf
Wmw-tB t J tremle.~
-di^^^"y^ "'l ^T


$0.65

$83.90


uBeetr. 3ladepf Honi, aid Malt
aud NtS Itmr .


l .>.dA,


From JA.SONVILLE


d0'MUiJU dull
s-ae daily. *.oud
till Dee. 15.
Pound Trip. On
al ,daiy. l
.iLty days.


Itudmin Triip.
oftle dKil'.
irf e,,, aiatj.


$20.95


O n
),Ul-d


144tnud Tr'i,. ; it ten
('t I.. m':~~ u &iu


Per Barrel........ .
Per Dozen.........


PooDe


SW.' .
Ic tw& *'


.l$ -.
r n -Ip^^^ ^^*^ ^^^^ ^^


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11n


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SOUTHERN RAILWAY

WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE, ST. LOUIS.


l ter thrauth AtUtsla and CLattaaoox or Co: imbts and Ahci!c'e, L.nnarof the
S y" route.
,l0y u)e fero Weirlds with Its own rails Into 8 t. Loui. Twro truns OaiZIy from
JhemaviWle. Thrrilb *taleet4g ear.
IStSopEwn Uotli "ad Mkl mNc ast prl lpal mountain atid itwv. teur resort iolntela
OMfMsm dS BMU Tn tsat No extra oat. An olportunlt) to v;sit t i rrqatest
t WMOrld'M' ire aW spe*n4 vaeaton I the mountlsw. where ld4e tripi Ctn be a.ade
throbh lSM* UwtI @Country. Lake Tx0away. tbe Hitghland etc.
etatlled su valtlble foromatU tasp. folder. etc., eeetfrul r turr.thed 'upon
Slteaof' 9 J. C. LUSK.
PIRtriet Pa aVa r Arai,' ICI Weit Day St..J tkso o i.e. Vea.


e Railway


a... lll ..... _J
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.ARI


FOR....

ia, Camden, Southern
Richmond, Wash-
Itimore, Phila-
New York.


Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


MOlIERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating
Pelly Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orloans
For full Information and deeper nresrvations eall on any agent Seaboard or
i A. P. MACDONELL, b. 0. BOYLSTON, Ja.,
AMt. general Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent *
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


Galnesville & Gulf Railway Company
THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OF FLORIDA.
Time Table In efect Jaly 5. 1908.


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if^Kft eik l Sortb *


Ni.


W teMaonbi ete et nat. at
f M euulaAut th.INS
ie PWlr Iraiet R. a Livuel.
m VOS hoor. wHo olte rn sworn


STATION 4.


No. I.
Daily.


Ito
IMUJ


ItV PiM Lv P I L AM Ar. P M Ar A M
.7 4 . ........ ...... ........... rBed ......... ................
1 1A .4.. ... . . . . I Bv9.... .... . .. .
m ... ... ........ ...... .. Duig rran ....... ...............
7 06 ........ ....* . ....*. ..*.oithrv de ..... ... ... .. .. .. ... *
8 10 .99 .9 .90 *0 .. 9.9093.. 0 l ke siA *.. ... ..... .. .. .
8I 1S ........ .....9.. ......... Iak9 *galmo*...... ...... ... ...
S80 ........ *....... ... ..... M iInt o y ......... ..9.9.9 .0 ......
S 98 ........ ......0 ... . ....T9 So S............. ...99. ....... ...
8 45 9 4....... ....... ......... 0 lrkwood........ ... .. ......
8 80 ........ ........ .......... ClyItt.... ...... ........ ......... .
5 5s .. .. ..0.... ". ... ..........Flewelln......... ....... ......
" ........ ...... ...9 ... .Wmeshoot.... ... ........0 .........
S 1 ........ ........ ..q ........Rooky Po t....... ... ...........
@ t A ......i. ..v le lt .... .. .. ..... ......
1* l6L *46 L. 9 *OAr
11 s 6 40 7068 ........... amblly...... ... P. .. i
1 0 6 6 7 o .............. Cyr .......... 40 6 00l
310 sO 7 27 ...........umlim..... .... B3 82
1 40 I 1 Ar 7 46 I ......5pWDon Ctty...... )0 8 40
....... t Is .akeBauflot. S.. &. F. 752


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But


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604

6 4
8 4
6 20
512
603
500
446
4110
300
230)
160
SK
110


NOTED FOR MWEETNE4iM AND PuI.
TI OF TONE, rOWER A.Ni
limriAtILITX.

Be1 p4ano for this trvi'a elhrmate, itinas In
ttane :omer than others. eonstrtlw4d
best materials. arnd imbt artisttle
wortkILM Ltp ubt4lnalie.
Up t. d ce n e% ry
iIrtan ar.4 t'r.

Sold by us continuously for

OVER TIRTY- TWO YEARS


*Ithont a mingle failur". If von
want a piano for a frin.ime'e
service tiy the


Mathushe k T
PrIee s low as In 'oMnawntwit wlt quality
Cmb or ot r. v errmt. KSent om tISdan'
trial. \We I i freChbt. Wrto
ftor rlce IODA)AY.


Ludden & Bates

Souten Music House,
SAVANNAH, - GA.
JOHN 0. MURPHY, Mgr.
ENTAIBLISIHE 1851
GATHER A BRYAN, Stats Ag'ts,
TAXPA, FLORIDA.

REPUBLICAN

National, State and Congression-
al Ticket 1904.
Presidential Electors.
C. F. Buffum-Frankill county.
O3o. K. Roblusiio--M.arion county.
Geo. H. Holmes-Brevard county.
O. A. W. Wendell-tiadlden county.
A. b Cushman-Alachus county.
For Governor-tlon. M. B. MAefar-
lane, Hillsboro.
Secretary of State-John F. forr,
Monroe.
Attorey -General-Fred C. Cubber-
ly. Levy.
Comptroller,-J. kipper Polk.
Twaurmr-E. M. lBrelsford, Dade.
Superintendent of Public Instrue*
tion--W. R. O'Neal. Orange.
Commissioner of Agriculture-J. S.
Rowley, Putnam.
Railroad Commissioner H. J.
Ritchie. St. Johns.
Justice Hupreme COu't for term of
mix years-W. B. Sheppard, Escambia.
Justices Supreme Court-0) S. Farr,
Hillsboro.
C. 8. Adams. Dural.
E. P. Axtell, Duval.
Congressional Ticket.
First Congresslonal Dltrict-E. R.
(uaby. Hillsboro.
Soowd Conressiaonal listriet-J. M.
Chene, Oranue.
Third Congresslonal Distrile-L. M.
Ware, Washington.

The Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower
L J. BRUIBT. Editor and Prep'r,


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Pines. Raleigh,
9i ington, Ba
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AL 0NV3NTION.

by tftes y,
Out It-fe oifl triniim o
'h cI hur. rc"nt;' in thee
tni f (ht' h;.IpMtAi glen.
lo mg a that t has b.t-n
ac sheS t(rms "aoeminui.
by thS diocese of Alba4
t| U return of the commt.
P0051 Simutlttes we. appoint.
to the leat coOvCnrtiton oi
tllies bnriml on changing
I teliie church catme, lftore
wheN the c misitteet on
llportSd that it oWasidereI,
ulll to strike the word. "pr.
"mpat" from the title page
.p4 book. In view of tho fact
imat cnAmmittee appolInte.,
Pi aeO to consider a change
of the church hail report.
pmr of making so change at
SThe eoumrnitte's report
Srewolttiutlm to strike the tw.,
g the prayer book, inlftilut-
Be. B. Talbot Rvstri of Fond,


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r *e La...i. -o . ts
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*9t h..n /-. t.g at.tt *p fl5 b Ms
Iae .r a.A t &4 !rer'_ Ttaw o feet*
crar L- &(C(;G. aroiddt--

I Few Mfla ChartIer.
ina ...9 .- j" j^ -lrng .


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hI t e ,. c r 1red la, iL'.r tr i
'Iatring t.r' 5.,.. year oa;y aFe c on am:. nd an fl ,. kn:1ung m:), kaTve
*e.n Kra;:'-,. ca.'-r# Prleay the
t:e <'.ar -, i he Tr'r. : M il-
ai "':.: Tura fr.. i a lisa A r rtr.
sI h;(;.-h rY 3ArL, u arpM ala*
a f

W tr will II discussA-d la'r .1 4 4 Jhu
Rr. Rec-' AAliso. of Irooion j. ;:
I the report of a special it ,r :. '
to cin ltder r ejuit-.. fr th . 1
Og w.ev;li vrr:i n ill'rfibl, inU Fata. J ;rrp Fro. Tra;n.
i 'ommenidt1d t:vl I at' tu f t., i \he' 'a '. a
p rla> r The report a i -. in .- , _-, r ,
li ter. tri ,, '.
S aved His Life. .
KT > K T i I i. ' '' 1
on port,Wlnigr. Kr., writes, fr i t. : ; :. a .i ,
J Wi "I want to tdll you I sh,,'r h;:'.' a .i! r' 4fT T r.'. to
lard's Snow Liniment avedbi hi buo IH'. :,.' and t;. ..- in
Swas wader the treatment of a cut. t.rr .k;' ,, ni. ,J.c frae.-
Snd they told me eliP of turning ll --' .,
wOO entirely gone, and the

n side. 1 don't think that I Nt one who Ii acjquAited with its
lived over two mo good alities can be surprised at the
Sinduced by a friend to
S now Liniment. The great pop'arity of Chamberlain's
*va *mo gremt relief;' t'Otogi hLenedy. It not only Cures
et' bottles iurtd utme sound4 colds and grip effectually and perma-
Is lea wonderful medicine inentiy. bjit prevents tlhee diseases
sm, i, ol. .ud by W. a from resulting in pneumonia. It is
.y alsoJ a certain cure for eruui. W 'hoop-
ik *, .4IPL40 *8h-6 1-0 U.Z.


IR" rK CLugl is t iani uag ruS iWenli
Hitnjding in th.i Srwarrp;. remedy is given. It contains no o
la th'. 7. (, inas, J jith or other harmful subtlauce and
fr of lo. :zls : )',ad,, an id nuo-. be given as cunldent1ly to a baby a
sLit lmlh, $0 u ri1 ii M;.1-1i1i,. JYhn an adult. It is also pleasant to
g, 4 Mati At:ltn:., I o) white, When all (of these facts are taken
bhdling ut li the "wuRipp* epnsideration it is not surprising
l1s| tlfro.i. Maon As Lxpnm people in foreign lands. as well i
S-fro ( Ci1 at 112 c it 1 hospital hnuile, ater:n this remedy very h
*ftIten of a hlow over the heal and very few are ill'unt to take
Wagon a r', a ciron-r'Is' Inque other after lhavinir once tied It.
andl t.- deith was charge sale by all druiistila.
Fllc., Airnrfr being; iimpiict'ase'l I
lory. ) :lard %i- a nirkt SENSATIONAL AFFAIR.
| t e, well I l. uil., rU l re..:,I e t41
l Mae,,n I'ntil h,',l t"q Supposez Double Suicide or MI
bht Tirk.r atiJ Altniai wor and Sulc4d^.
ll thon]i ,l.'c., to tht, author!- a..
now that hf l t 1 ad ra l It ,:0 S ., , W ,: W t : a,
thoughtt th'y wi:l show up In TIl, n
ne@. The pu- tie4 of t Ihe sher- 1 ht' T I .r : i. tl'- n
are making every effort to JMatd 'I!: 1 V. h
R *Su se~t1,:..; :'a v. A 12. it
ht'. i ;. ; t, tI e .-:ory f
ves1 Two From Death. .
IV little daughter had an almost .iL. 8it4 ,av f,,ht ,. U:
tSteek of whooping cough and an, l :. forrl. AItit," writes Mrs. W, K. lHavi- I1 ,: i : taen of his ri .t
Af Armonk. N. Y., "but, when ve.t. T' 'Rii;i a tions ate that he
tPwomedies failed, we saved her e ILil' .'.r ld lthn hot blimFclf.
Mth Dr. King' New Discovery.
, who had consumption in Broke Into His House.
stage, also utid thit won-.
d al eune titud utodlay he is liVt- ,1t. el ,v It n, of atvn lifalth .
i Wel." I)esperate throat and F i, ,t' + tinte,0t1ivary tialth %
i1oes yield tu Dr. Kin])'s w pr. Kiti ng's New Life limp brrokte
1r4 aS to no other medicine. on is, i1o L his t rotle wat arrhet.I
larallible for ioughs and eold.l, now" he's eniirely cored. Th
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ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPAI


E. E. VOYLE. MOR.
Ahbsatr t ,. Ti'te and full iUformttio lumtraikd4 edin liste (1
a.:;y. Our manager abe lived In this oull rty yerIf an"
i. thoroughly eoaverqat with tites.i


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atiing a nambetr of prominlnt Asemariem a md ulm ksl,
REAL ESTATE AND OITY WALOI
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Smokeless Powder Shellsa re good be
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spread of shot and good penetration, their
great superiority ia testified to by spotS,-
men who aese Wincbhater actor Loade@
Shells in preference to any other make. 6
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> the dlilcstive organs in perfect condl-
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OF CITY AND

NTY CONDENSED

40 der"an Interet Oath.
dby Our Rortm


AL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
happened d What is Going
m Told In Short Paragraphs


"He Who Runs May Read'*


4l4 today at J. L. Crawford's.
pera for sale at The Sun
uses of Savannah is at the

'W wonderful iSalve for satec
4 Meoollum & ACo.
Camp of Ocala was retis.
s.he Brown House yesterday.
Shim JaIekonville stop at the
hest locatlion, best meals., tf
SH. U. Mason has returned
0ibnens trip to St.. Augustine.
Drummond of Trenton is In
SItending the session of the

Chas. H. Crisman of M1e.
Sitamong the viasitonrs to this

pile-Seeoud.hand Dlensmore
fliar. Will be sold cheap. Al,
offiee. tf
,i MeCarroll, formerly of this
maew riding in Jaeksonville,
S.ii to his friends here.
Surveyor J, R. Moorehead of
Neoonay, with headquarters in
V5 in the city yesterday.
B ith of Jonesville was In the
lday and had his name en-
p,: the subscription list of The
K Sheriff U. W. Livingstou of
haa returned to this city,
01 spend the week here attend-

LOloud of Alachua was in the
K1Mday, and among other bus[-
dat The Sun office and re-
subacription.
[Wt-Two nicely furnished
mset convenient location in
4Apply 810 East Liberty street,
ie Sun office. tf
. Oofswell of Tallahasser, rep.
Sa Smith & Turner, candy man-
ean, Jacksonville, was at the
', Bea yesterday.
R.Olark and W. W. Feagle of
W ere among the visitors to
My yesterday. They paid The
I a ueble call, renewing their

Lillhan Roeborough. the oharm-
Khterof Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Wlelh of Windsor, has arrived in
i for the purpose of entering
hes'a mahool.
Wllkenonm and J. R. Rawlsa of
QN. two of The Sun's valued
Iam saubmeribers, were among
Mton to this eity yesterday.
i The Sun an appreciated call.
SVoyle has resumrned from a bus-
,p to St. Peteraburg, Tampa
iontsa. Hlie rnports that **e-*


ArlLYr SUN: QAImng riDAw oc i6ns.


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parted yesterday for Palatka, where
she will Join her parents today en
route home.
The residence of J. W. MeCollom,
Oak avenue, is being moved to a point
nearer Oak avenue asnd East Orange
street, and belag otherwise improved.
When completed it will be one of the
most modern and most comfortable
cottages in the city.
Philifp MHiller, after a business trip
to this city, returned to his home at
Jacksonville yesterday. Mr. Miller
came for the purpose of purchasing a
pair of mules for the Miller & Mallard
Grocery Company, fur hauling pur.
poses at Jacksonville, and succeeded in
getting a fine pair from the stables of
Crawford & Davis.
Dr. Wiiliam Sutherland and H. R.
Marsh of Iligh Springs were among
the visitors to this city yesterday. Mr.
Marsh brought Joe Woodward, ai olor-
ed man who was demented. and in the
afternoon an examining committee
pronounced thei unfortunate man in-
sane. A guard is expected in a day or
two to convej him to the hospital for
the insane at Chattahoochee.
The friends of Mrs. J. F. Melinstry,
Jr.. who had the misfortune to sustain
a broken limb in falling from a buggy
a few weeks ago, will be pleased at the
information that the lady is out again.
,*he has apparently fully recovered,
and thofe societies in which she has
mRnifeSted such deep interest will
against have the advantage of her in-
fltence and energy in all matter.
1. II. Chase of Jacksonville has ar-
rived in the city, and will make this
his future home. Mr. Chase has been
for the patt five years with the Cable
Company, and is regarded as one of
the most cutiUpetentt piano and u(rgan
men in the State. He will form a part-
nership here with A. R.I Harper, the
stylt to be Harper A& Chase. Inasmueh
as botli are expert musilcians and host-
lers, there will be little doubt but that
they will enjoy a fine trade.
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READ THIS.
Jackson. Tenn., June 4, 1901-This
is to certify that one bottle of the
Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery.
has cured my wife and myself of kid-
ney, bladder and rheumatic troubles.
and we most cheerfully recommend It
to the publice.K.0. HIn AND WitF..

A TEXAS WONDER.
Oue small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's greatt Discovery, eures all
kidney and bladder troubles, remove"
gravel, cures diabetes. seminal emi-.
aions, weak and lame beeks. rheuma-
sism and all irregularities of the kid.
neys and bladder in both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles in


agent of the Southern Expre. Com-
pany in this oily, departed Sunday for
South Florida on offlelal business. Mr.
Welsh will be elassed as a commerelal
agent, and, while he will have the om-
pervlilon and rsponsihlillstn of the
Oalaesville offies upon his shoulders,


he Will be required to spend a
deal of his time on the road.


great


IEW Y 0RI




RACKET


CHEAPEST STORE 01 EARTH.

Visit Our "Candy Department"

We will show
Tomorrow...

TUESDAY
An up-to-date line of..

Ladies' Walking and

Trifled Hats.

The display will be grand
and the great variety of
styles and ijatterns shown
will be worth a vlsit to our
stort. The price will be
cheap enough for the poor
and the styles rich enough
for the rich. U

A beautiful line of Ginghams
and Chambry at 8 1-3
cents per yard.

A prettier line of Gin hams and
Chambry, worth 12 1-2
cta., at 10 cta. yd.

A magnificent line of IsA
dies' up-to-date Collars, &c.
See our front show case.

AERICAN LADY CORSETS
In all the latest styles.
Price $I. The best dollar
Corset made. Call and see
them.


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Iaser with 4:.caa,, A .i g
For Rnt-stor.e Royal Cok fonner. I W,. ibf, who is egagede
ly nenupied. Addris Thomas V. 'r lively In Phtler, who avals teae*ad etur
sr. JasoksonvIlle. i tvely la the naval stores manufatur.
Depty -nerifT T J "rr of -. Ing business astAbbott, Is spending a
I p ty ,,,vmerif TJ. J. tPerry oftr. few daysiOn this city.
shellq was among those who paid ay .In thial to this y.
OGalesville a visit Sunday. A In the visitor to thl aity le.
If troubled with a weak diestion try trday was H T. I'eotu of Alaebus,
C(hamnberlain's 8Strimas and auvr Tab. one1 of the mst widely known re.e
lets. all do ou good. For sale ideate of thst place. He made The
S ri ruggis. Sun an sgreeabl ealil.
U. 0. Fleteher of lvil Vu In the Mis Wellof
eity yesterday.' He scaled at The ui atnd LMaurt yelock of Me rt halve re
otbe, and had his tname rolled upon turned to their homes after a deliabs.
the ubseription list. fult visit to 85. Louis, where they went
t. L. aIng of Georgia has arrlvtd in as delegates to the National -Conven
the city, and Eas aeaspted a position tion of the U. D. C. from Kirby Smith
as dispenser at Avera's soda fountain. Chapter..
ie Ic said to be one of the Nt in tShis After a brief sojourn here, Mrs. John
selie, o. W. E el returned to While Sprinl
MrS. J. U. Niecols has returned front lt night. As will be noted elsewhere
her old lome aL Ann Arbor,( Mass., In this paper.-lttel & Sanbhavepur-
where she hiu spent a delightful *um* chased the Hamilton hotel, White
mer. bliss Sichols will return later in Springs. and in future that hostelry
the season, will be managed by the senior E tel.
l oo.,-Pine and oak; rin" 1 hone
l for i.P b andt $ o load of o Walter Me lerkin of Alabama has
bever oht li t 1 loaidvill. ourf oo arrived In the elty. Mr. MaClerkin,
wool to order. J. M. Deteneau, 1M- who is regarded as a wise and puetieal
ward.' slahi, farmer, it is. understood will lootae on
J. E )iOstrvn antd J. A. Beach of the old poor farm, North Galaneavlle,
High Spring were among those who better known a the Alsop place, and
visited this eity .yesterday. The for. will in future make his home among
mer caine on a summons as a witness Us.
in Lthe circuit court. Among the prominent out-of.town
Mesdanmes J. DStringfellow, W. It. folks who visited this eity yesterday
Thomas, A. It. harper and J. W. was U. E. Burnett of Alachua, who
Tenih have returned from St. Louis, called at The Sun offlee and renewed
whert they have been attending the his subperiptlon. He states that she
National Convention of the U. D. 0. farmers of his section are still experi-
and thing in the World's Fair. eneing a great 4eal of trouble in se-
Miss Ruth Abrahams, a charming euringeotton plhken, with the result
young lady of Sanford who has been thatconsiderable of the staple is rot-
vialting her sister, Mrs. C. I. Buell,of in ila the field.
thin city for the past three weeks, de- H. T. Welsh. the nowli anninltad


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THlE ('08 LEX ION DZAU'tIVIIU.


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MAIA.TXOLC A Is a w doewry.,
usrmasfted., am Moa w the eftasew i gt
rfels to muMove Ite wenmt e*e Of bst
PtaqiO. TI, f tsoe seNsilewm mAO
hmes. or far a t.*epMs fa ta d ke-tOW
we skin clear, SLoft heI g SSter l W
beStY or Yo. tum. i f lr o e
Mritrla of Satlaoa. Pnee W hj A".a
InS drufggste, or maiL ptpaS4 Ir.
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Harry Pearme, who for the Pt few ,
mother has beea in the dosl e s t l
Dr. J. H. Aldermas, depared eaftar
for Atlntas whore he wUit eter- 1
I Atlanta Duplat College. Darpy! man
friends here wis hiss UIsaa WO ih .
lig oaer, whiebh will -m desH bWi *

On ameoea of the rOatoe of t
United Onsfe.drat Vete aM Oa Ag
la early Novembterj t 440 '
Lime will sell tlekets fIrn G. itq ',,-
to oa'MAd ratur m Oe. StIn M
Nov. 1. Ioodt rerialog N, I. iasO M
An ozellent opportealtl t hivt W M.
Brick ,
Mdam IL U. Me0reary at t i ,
B. Merheant uroed Snaky fte he .
Loui, where thery an be t.
a.. as rprwsam tsisof XW lils Su
OChaptr to the NRtiosA Neal Oovit j r 0
the United Daughters of theO M. w
easy. Mrs. J. W. SWthar, who w I
la a delepa.e did s tam. w .
the regular delegaUIoan, wb*N !
main for a shori while loPyr,. wtbh
ladle* were delihtod wishl 1th S0 ^
vention and tile gr*t fair, whiO
declare will never be eqaleld d4rfti
the present pegnMsion. Wblloefai
Louls they uere pleassantl easOip
taWed y O ref, J. a. Fayolhes al
estimable family, who are loted as
SM A Windsor PFle..
Som time tm snlae the eontiy aailh
*loners adopted a resolution vols i
to appropriate one dollar for eh dl.
lar contributed by ladvideale fo th
construction of hard road on auy pob.
lie road leading into (daliesll. h .i -
saauch as the road from N
Cemetery conneets with the feed
Mieanopy to Galaesville the ladie 1at
the Cemetery ANmoation propae I
sake advantage of see eWosUalos se
are solletiong oosrlbotieas for b. Me Iih II
ooastruetion of a rook ead ftrdmo s ".?
cemetery to Oaeavifll. They have .
so tar met with libeml doatino t
as the next regular maeefti of a he
commissiomure will go before them ad
r*iaues an approtriation equlvaleet to
sh*ue m they have rated.
aSnger's New Quarters. Ion ht the
W. H. Lipsoome of Oala, repe. bou t th
meting the Blaner Maaufulad ei stok oTMr
Company, has feted tme stoe e*o-
oeatly vacated by L. J. BurkbiI, T I-!.I, ,
north side square, and will re meaw a
the offesl of she oampaOy from Omala W U SMI w5 ,
so this city Ina few days.
It Is the lateatilo of (Maager Lip.* w
eombe to arry a large number of me. will f the
ehlne, supplylog aenss se sa aeieleI
from this -e0, OaleOWIe will D nt Thirty
gladly welcome this new ealerpeeW
sad its manager. Days set!

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