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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
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Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: October 27, 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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s aond P etfic squad,
, iow lia 1Tikto, a.d pop.
*as judgmsent-Is awaiting
e *S*ie. The monly In)rms.
" !ielhg e e st na few brief tel.
*tfl4s 0l91Siag between the aw
I 4 e,.Odent. The Jill l the
S, pap, eCommeutleg on the in.
tL'. It Prst discysees and then
,ida. It as 'absurd for Pusla,
Aii fl th shown want tof wridom and
lt* several times." The ag.
..ut.ae made that the crew of
tI'...dr. w desire a prS nt for their
,. ',,'t ',i t He hasardotte oriwatal
.... S*WS* or that Ruslan diealrs to eave
e.'t Vet., by tkvolvlni Great Britail.

.,"-.ikely expla4ation of theI
a- "io of thi biuadrea 10
...., th f tht that some days ago,
S, i w oM e muor that Japaa.ese we

--e .,I, the Danish spirit, the Dan.
,tu'e se Ru paort will
,tk aus squad roe to prvewsI any

kapt p blnsg of the supposed Elsa
but It is )I&vy that tS Russlan shipe,

#" "W't ibet of esoessive fear. mlstook the
W$Iq A' Wrlaib, trawlers Ihr Japanese veesela, sanklng
.ie sal d ttmekhing them without
W Ith t@ mai

1,1eW,i S**NSe asn work Leaos, 0.1. It.--Un tht note ndie
d ntaSoly a all tbe patehed 'to St. Petersburg yesterday,
SU n .. .." the rUsh government put forward.


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" "* nt w *"l defalti demand. 'Is language
. .A T whlcb. It li aId, eaves little opennlag
:.: .. ra auggestlom of a compromise.
Aet f lt. Oiesu ea Th@ eoemprIse apologies for the ac.
ggg..y, 1 tloen fro the kRuslan squadron in
Ub 1 t.i Oct. .-*Cbarle sln oea the Brlitlh lhbin fleat in,
,tie. l0it ,3 yera of ae. nd l Noth Saturday morning and
,i tlte U mcareW htallt compeaatito for the murltrers.
,. th ..M blre g a l".la Hoial It li further, invited, that &A karchl.
t. w, klag tkrotib ti ontry 130g. laqulry hall t1i Instituted wit.
'*S&Y .il I a Wlgheb*o tand doeat all despateh ani under conditions
withll i'' l"ww 5 "o,"e whibh will Inmuire that apprmpitate nc'
" teerual atteali t baae bee made0 tiot shall lfOW, the resultt of I tl 'in
O M aptur him, bt all hve failed. veli`tillo, In other words. that
It Ha. he l b takes ldive the refi. lbilt halt be xtnl atl


them. The oMeers were compelled1 re John -J. Shea. Thomas Dwyr0
to turn every few minutes and drivf James Mc('itaky. city deectveas,
back the crowd. Al Rosenaur, whom the officers
All the.men arrested declare they trying to arrest.
know nothing of the crime, and young An answer to a telegram seat I
Wabh has called to Identify any or P. Laweso. of' McGregor. Tex..
them as the men he say take the child. band of MurrkL' tister, waste rece
by Policeman. Ially. of the St. I
Found Dead in Their Home. department.
Chicago. Oct. 2.4,-Fredcrick Schora, "80;d no more telegrams 1
7G years old and hi, daughter CA read papers. Want nothing to
cilia. 30 years old, have bt'an fnoundi with party. Make your own di1
dead at tleir home from gas alpy.lai' tion of everything." was the wOr
tHon. A rniit,re tube connectl1 with of the message.
a gKnst IA e' vias alt fta h .tl I 1. t ir_ 1


- r.-- .-..- M L M l It |p
thr.usht the '"h1 wvtfre acieienlnta.,

Brought Vatuable Cargo.
San Franeriscr. Oct. *!,.-Te ().
dental and <'ril .t i'a nna hir l)*iri' 1";.
arrive. t-ul i '; ,) tlf lnt, tbrln'I 1 :' .
to4bs iil n.-at rsg,. II!,H Ilrii ipal ite il.


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oavylry.* sphew of Pr4emt Rbw aw a a6a a
iet. arrived hom the Ofrat toWay a
the steamer Dre. H oe ha bem the
Ameriewan ttaobe with t jtheJaee Ua
m la fromt of Prt Arthur. Ue, II UE N
teOat rtne fs the Japme ofr
Ae showiew hi m every *ousrr ud sa--
thnis led him Wlt omiplWto nieO wOf a ightgl
at the Port Arthur pealspsts. While X11510
la Japs' Ueuteoat Prwt e, ws Otte Pickd Up.
ehred the decoration of the Ripl
On bhy the mikado. but was lt ArPTEl VEMEL WENT TO WT
theorlaed to receive it.
,-- I-hp Was Weeked in West
KIDNAPMS OVPUSI aOnd Crew iufored Many H

,mAtonul Atlie OaWere n Peoseyl- Woem eing Reseum.
vania Town, *
bIoealxvllue P., Oct., H.-"Lyheb New Orlenas Oct. ML.-A ruem
them! ".urans thu at the tate In cierculation heaO today that i6
hese u4a similar riels asm, from of the big freolhter MasuachusmL
a tlonga of ovei 2,00 people that fol- the Wet India line ha4 been i
.towed a party of pypeles on heir way up at sa after their vessel had
t theU lookup on suspleloa of being wrecked. AMeats of tt ll i s MW
Implioted nla the murder oftyar-old have heard nothing of r L a g
llhaolt Mayerfid. whose body wAs dTlauter.
J1ti0 with the throat out sad templ The Maseachusetts sailed froM
*#1ed hidden In the Iroplce at sa dit gO Oct. I. Her Sgeot$
ad deserted houte, I mlg from town. his probably been m atling m ga
The Aeild pa kidnaped Mriday Of. *WRiN to heavy weather on the
amoW on em Star treet by a strolling t andl that she will probably 1
'lst of gyltpst. Al Itrcme of the ported today or tomorrow. The i
b4d sald ith boy was lost until aeal. 0' Huntsman arrivits from LUvq
4let re Valed e body to a party of yesterday reported that she had
ehitanut huaters. countered heavy Sales and telp
Gbly the falhtre of George Wabl the ous mess in making tihe ersolon,
boy who wltneseed the kidnaplnag, to -"W-
dtt4Ity any cr the men under arrest BRIDAL COUPLFt IN RUNAWJ
save4 them trom the hands of the
maddepod throng. Rise Thrown for Good Luk PFri
I The body of the murdered boy was Mots.
dlso-vered by Janimes Jne. John New Yor.. Oct. Stw.Too rip
Clark and Penrou Clark, while gather- bombardtwent with rtee mad
.lu cethetnutsa in the woods adjolWing shoes of a bridal Obuple levIql
the old *oine. A mile away is Moore fIt. Bartholomew Houe tfor (jrl
Hail, the manor home of Gov. Pen -. 136 East Forty-sevent street
sypaoker, and I mtle distant the res. laturday evening, talmuost cause
idence of ruited states senator Ineox. serious accident. Thlie horses b
It Is a desolate and lonely [pot. the driver was pitched out, iad
The body lay opposite the entrance tbhe bride and bridelgrom shoUtl|i
and near ano ldfashioned fireplrace help at the windijw of ihe carr
About E .feet from the body lay a the learn dashed to Third avease
heavy thorpwood club. obviously one, Policeman streunbel caught h
oft the ltitrument4 of the crime. Af, one horse, hit couildl not stop the 1
ter Itlngs struncl down bly the cil bhi until thie pair hadl dragged thb
threat ha been eut with a dull knife.; rage against an elevated road 1
The lw.dy vwas fully cladl. evon to a hThu front m %Ihtis; wer,* imnaithbhe
llt:e b.I.' caip on the bdead. TiA, lhaldt1. the bridle and brhl'xrouom WOr t
were clenched and onoe he l a .man: shaken up.
pebble. j The couple who started on their
Clark t:.pomne the news to Prho!) 7eymoon with aju muntch excitement
sUhx'lle. a.n Ci~let f Polreo Carter Frederick Toghike atid May A
Maglktraie Hlowell. indetrtalor Itii Cijlparl. th dlaughlter of a wU
op and several lhunIdred citlxi ,is hur. merchant who died several years
r .rd to th:' pihce. i he was siilyl;gK at the St. Hlirt
SDr. DThna. who examinIe th tnily, montw horne 'when hln met.Toe
said that tth boy had b'en ,,n l ati The marriage was performed at
leats 21 hourn. The murder was con-m. home by the 11ev. Iesllc Irarned.
mitted pro'.aly on the night of the kid. many of the congreaillon and
napirg. T':-e iUclle theory ih that the choir of St. IUArtholomew's wore ;
kidtmap rs became alarmed and killed nt.*
the boy to get rid of ticrlrniantiug ev. After theo stuah the couipte tool
ldence other earrngrp, their friends refrl!
Shortly after the body was found from more rice-throwing, and
young WahIl. Who had seen thie gyp. driven to the Randnd Ceutral sl
ales kidnap the child, told the pol ..l where they took a train for th I
that he had seen a dog at the gypwy
camp at Williams Corner, about one; FIFTH FATALITY.
mile wit of town, that looked like one
be saw under the wagon in which the Further Outcome of iBattle atM
boy was taken away. Offoidra and lRobbers.
The camp. accordingly, was ratlHed. Mt. Loit,. Oct. 26.-The fifth I
and Hlenry and Robert Wells. Miclaa. Ity as a result of the battle late
and Barney Daugherty, Bamuel R. day between detectives and asil
ltr and (leorge Wolverton were arrest occurred today wheo William Me
ed. As the ofatrs proceeded with allas C. Blair, a confessed trals
them to town a constantly Increasing ber, died at the city hospital.
crowd gathered l.areateningly aroundI The other victimlns of the shoa


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ls it. Oct. 2t--There was liri$
a quiirun;, Ipres nt whlien the lst 1y
tCsenit'n of the KIt:;us opal trientit i al ,
era!l c(itnentioli was opened this for
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Ses cmor ire aweSo' Smaow"
ebn~t ts muadt pthostu while
smlusmute humnew besnpp rp
l N OWmAt plains f ur t s tbo
d ates and tetorletedre
Sti Ito verdnt apr b to
I l mtiels ee i of t as
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Wt. ardwp must Ihae ed a reett
dat of sttlry to win th bhelrea.
"Not be simply told b the trth."
7*t: be sitd he ehe 't live with.,
out her."


*y:^ le e ** e, ', la
qs,. 'A..t
i. . y, al momtin
MOaw a bfll on the world's hit
r"ed4. Durin the *stonm, of tgh
eme whtlem eaMtlauei throu lat,
urd, fwa ttme of pImparesu to rae
tdtis of the transMleslasppi regio.
wil tbe 4dlpmste-eb asl Irriatism,
sId mU riwr maviglon and in.
WtWst e osam laBW.
The 4g was 1 e04led to order by
P ebalrOas f tr e *xeutMiv eo
m*tte. Hoe. A0emas Rhicardamo, of
ortlatJ, Ofe. In short Imtrodao
tory addris Mr. Rlehlrdnoa present
ed the president of the eoiagrem R. r(
Koreas, o9 ft. Louts, who spoke at
omeo lenalth.
In Llnlon CeuspIlresy.
altIfote. Oct. 6.-MrU. gAlaIS
L. Tonvy. the only daughter of Mrsa
Mary 3. Surratt. who was put to death
for bell involved la the Uaneolan on.
,spracy. Is dead here after several
yoWr' llnessret.tttBg from hr oet
wO t o s-v* her mother. She was
Syears old. *


-- Quarreled Over s Coente.
Lakt Butler, ita. Oct. 3 L-A so"
Sm by the name of Riley Badley, was
shot ud killed by another segro by
ithe nam of Hoga at New River. a
mul gelon mneao here, last aight.
The ~eroes quarreled over o0 oasnt-
thUt oe* owed the other. Another nme
o, W.s ashe mdouly stabbed whilo
Mlf -s a s P9 mb~H. Roan cA

0 Is &"es alitod with' Its
,, ltMas be o rprled a the
Spepm ukiy of Ob sebullds'
e ew pebsItuMa oS m Arit a
bswe*pah sely d *mes.
l0 veith Is % p hsememw. Iss e
S. li n ,ms when tSo
S y ~b g s. Is ewtalis no opium
E as'l.. X sbii** tO
0ei- m b of to an d i Me
al, ekes. bee', amsake. elat,

fts It et surpre I tthst
al lh ia, well as l't
Pin% nmedy very hghr
nueN will n o take any
01 110te IflN mee usd it. For,
WIed, of pas-eme
* Pedletat. Ore., Oct. 2I-With the
p daprturt of four Japsnese for their
0S native land, to eater the army, an ex.
bi. odus of Japeaueo from thisl city In
mwoas to pt order from the Jap.
S ame geoeraipent has commenced.
Yb. onerder w*e received about a mono
a$ sad drooted all Japanese to se.
w6 tie itberl business alRatr and return to
rtib Japes at onee. There-are more than
i8% 500 JApanese In Pendleton. a majority
SJ of vioe. It r said. will obey the or.
i6j 4we. The men wiuo have Just left
Swero merchants and disposed of their
Atoeks at a sacrlace.


ettar Then PHie.
The qualloa hs baee asked-lan
wht way me OChamberlalmn's tomaeh
"ed Liter Tablest superior to the ordi-
warl etharile sand liver pills? Our
Swelr i, they ere owler and more
plmsat to take mnd their effeet Is
as gsmale and so smaveble that
0o hadly bdlluyae tka it Is pro*
4SMd b a medleoIe. Thek they mat
oily move the bowels bet improve the
ppeti d stid a the dlgwtla For
ae at lo eeate per bottle by all drag.
Georgla State Pair.
DOes% forget the urems Geoita St4te
Flir to be held at Maosm. Om., Ootober
lS-S, 1N.t Atlantle Oast Line offers
low eseelo rates. Oe ftare plus M
east plues. 0 eseat admisalon. tor the
roud trip. Half rates for ohildreo
ovefive and under I yran of age.
Rate of one entt per mile distseo
traveled will apply on military ead
bras b.Ands, 0or more In unifrarm
No palms have been spared I making
this oioe of the sietl tat e i tae
ever given by the State of U4rglS.
Tickeltwill be sold Oetober 17-27th
Ineluslve. good to return to and In-
eluding Sovember tLt. OIS8.


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GAINESVILLE NURSERIES
Otr hr the sang Vail uS Winter a lbelee lIt of bdded ad gM "ll
PrCAX TERN er olhme smdardml vawle, seek a have a -d recard be
kId them. Ale Frallt, Onamatals, Etc. Cftatutege mod "l,0 6b
metedmhil Prenm Caltmno" hre. a a a a s8
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_ THE DAILY UN: OAINESViLLE, FtORIDA. OCTOBER 27, 1904


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*g WAS CROWDED

Witnesses, Principal
Was Fletcher Watson,
It Was Lamb's Rifle
i Chamert.-ain..
I -y hearing of A. (i
with seeveiory before
I murder of Usirrn V.
*al Taooms on the ?th
before Juietie Col-
.1siurI house Weduesday,
In the defendant being
i fernish a bond of $1,(X)j
a the noxt session
sourt, which will be
of the corning year.
Importance of this eaoi
tilled the 1ssion iln
room, which was well
ve land friend, of both
Ssd aeoused, as well as
rling of spectator dil-
the satisfying of

V. Chamberlain, wife
i il-man, with tihe little
i ves, were present on
while NMe. Lamb. wife of
"m beeide her husband.
surrounded by frioads4

sa led for lu o'olohk,
delay was caused from
i,4 manotber, and It wuas
HkI a Jolile Colman an-
oeart open. The result
a ftw omeatse an ad-
taken, and the hearing
until the afternoon.
Sgres iny witnesses,
b was kletoher Was-
essed murderer who
i r. Lamb bad given him
atoruetd him to shoot
la,or he (Lamb) would

ag the evidence of all
the ase. Justice Colman
the defendant under a
whisk was promptly given

S ad Joseph Adams of
I H. G. Koenard of this
I on thi. bond. Evan*
I 'L. Carter represented
I llo .B.A. Thrasher aop-

P Finger in Oln.
*,s Ala.. Oct. 2 ---John M1I
operates a cot-tlon gi at,
S church, below onusemer,
Ba Iger as the rIesult of havy
1m1 eaught in hia in and
-toe entire arm on account ol
a that have sRt In.
A'--Affectsd by Fall.
GOt, Oct. 2.- km l)rake,
+ farmer livingtu near thli
been serloislaty hurt by be
frV his buggy. Details
1 because of temporary de-


of his bind resulting from
01 braises on his head.
Nedere Realgnation.
SOct. 2G.-Dr. Coa ian-
of the best known Cumber-
byterlan ministers In heh
bf. tendered his resignation
17 of the religion.i education
with headquarters In Chi
i Dr. I.Andrith will return to
anr accept the regency of
aeat female college, this tfy,

A Carloads of Chestnuts.
It. Tenn.. Oct. 206.-A Nhip-
I four carloads of chestnut,
Sl the North Carolina umou:-
forwarded from Johniac' I
!.. to Baltimore today. The,'
tpply the demand In spayt:
I.
Oirwe a Cold In One Day
lAtive Bromo uuainine Tab-
h druigists refund the money
S0ec-ure. X. W. Grove's sig-
OI e each box. 25eo

let$g Finanoial Crisias.
- Wash., Oct. 26.-iT. H Tilb-
1 Lincoln. Neb.. Popullst randil
See prealdent. rsw iaklig lwn'.r
itllll audience. predicted a
thueial crash within two
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APUL C SCHOOLS IN GUAM.
Will Seo1n Open For education of
2160 Native Children.
Chicsr4. Orr. ,'fI. Comrhnander L140
b-- In "r'rv, of s (lI.lioap, nuval ie
RE U I rul l'; "mr o, re lt.,'i a let.tt
fI the lofd"M 1 It'oraied t chat ntn.ItCU ":a, jit'lle irbsoail stn v6 I1
adway thllat I was forced to ruglln mny t* *I. ,in th. 0:;ind for it ,edlit
o ntii and M ek relef.nt Htot Spring f'i. o <*' -h ildo rcM ln.
Alter picnding all thitriwA I| hia. I weat T**- Mt ''r : ta h l iv %hrlnouril!
tolMemphlu Ir le than three weeks I ni rt: uPle In rdii g TiK (attnool itk
was ahIna Usmtal,mnd aftrr nie ckso o '. fr the' ,. f the work.
suffcrilg I was diwhrliargel as cmuid. In r "i 1 t ll I o rk
less than a month evwry txmjn in ma boily "O'r nor a-'" for "ini' erh' cat
*mmenl to be aflecltel and ft nas th y a ta .
would break at the least exertion. Again "I ',' ,-. t1':' :i ave smore or 11'tl9
I wa.s (onnl .lle to resign, anud I r.turn l hfl I , 0. h. ,ie pral 'al ,pt",
to the omlpitatl for I t'vcn weeks stay. i i p. Z- li.
When I sIM1 a out I was advised to try ,in % i p.e. exiPtiri ta
fanning. When I first went on thile farmIs l .' at is lm l, to teah
rovsiled on tile only firm who handle I tl, nt '' o'f th Pacific tropics th
drugs to get Inconee do.n hottitesf ., S. i(:ii:% < C t;e mcahi'on, as %e under
8.. At thltL time both of my hands were M ti d tflbm In (te Untited tatos."
broken oul with blistemndI wasovered.
with boils arn moreL. In themeantlme my Saves rwe From Death -
dlruggit ldMl gotten two d(Ia bottiles of -vM Two From Dth.
. B. .for ue and l I began It use, sanl "Our little doughter had an almost
after taking the thirteenth ot e nta fatal attack of whmoping cough and
ae or bolt was visible. R. oc L PO L.. broachlis," writes Mrs. W, K. IH l.
th St. ck, Ark-- land of Armonk, N. Y., "but. when
Of all human diseases, Contagious Blood all other remedies failed, we saved her
Poison Is the rme hiideotus and Iateful. life with Dr, Klnp's New Discovery.
The victim is torlurd with tng ulOmu,
owe mud ab*eem, uM Uy bla-otch- Our slee, who had consumptlon In
eruptions and other symto of the k- an advwaned siage. alo used this won.
erable di4se. 8. a 8 has bees ued derful mediMee and today she is per-
succwressfully for aSMty Afty yeOs of featly well." Desperat throat and
o su i it on .t.g dimnems l.14 d8 Dr. Kiag's jew
twaiu u0 inu0C,, Diseovry as to no other mediclse on
po t albo or earth. Infallible for eouihs and olids.
r eratr.--e.ga &W and $1 bottles nearanteed by all
atment book dragglsts. Trial bottle. Iree.
AIl t l 1the m -
Sf t of i d Passengers of Ka14r Wllhelm II.
sm Medl .Ita Berlin, Oct. 211.-The North German
vie fme. * i steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II. which
TMe MR i StI- S .s iiMy, AUtlas, b sels from Bremen for New York to
- -- ------ ---' -"" - day, takes among her passengers
Rig Contract Awarded. Mme. Galskl and her husband, Hasu
Washlnpton, Oct. 26.-The Panam i Tauber, who ines to the Uniteld
Canal conumnisti: b hasn awarded to thi States on business* for the rgwrksl
BellIngham lay company, of Ran Fran at hlu eiM.n Mme. Oadskl' 0 0on
claco. operating in the Puget sound oe o eoUqements have been lOeresed
regthn, the crutract for 2,200.000 feet to 80. The Kalser Wlhmlm II also
of lunrber..and the Cemtlnental Lumbel takes BIara Voa DeBusebwHaddea
company, of Hou-ton, Tex., for 600, haven. Art secretary or the Oeraes
000 feet. i embassy at Waahlnloa, sad Dr. HIer
--- ma YaVon swt, the thatrical oe
Will Soon Ball for Orient. sor of BDll, who is golns to Alaerl ch
San Francilro, Oct. 2G.-Prince Azis to get muggetlons that may be uashfl
Hassan. nplhw of tht uunltan of Tur to the polle1e admimstratIno of the
key anti a ousin t1: Iy marriage of the rthll thelaera. Dr. Voa Poasrt's
kheulirr (if ICs it, has arrived here. wife was formerly Comrella Ryder, a
i ha I :eIn aldting a tour of ihe coun. pianist of Chicago.
Iti n: .t Li about to sail from hbore ti "-
I r s .t. Contfewtem of Priest.
Cruiser DeMoinea Arrives. Rev. Jan. 8. Cox of Wke. Ark..
Queenvtown, Oct. 2G.-Tbe United wrtle. "For years I. offered freel
States cruiser Dl sfMolnes arrived hero yellow Jaeadioe. I consulted a num-
Itilay frogm Antwrp. Rho will stay ber of p hypleols. and tried all omr
three day, in these waters. The of medileln, but not so rellef. Thea
ridv authorities are arranging enter I benan the 5ae of Eieatrhi BItklia4ai
inMnmcnts for the Americans. feel that lam mow eared of adliese
.- that had me is its gasp for twelve
n.tl.,. prylaeae." f you wsatas relIable med.
nt Itrlrot.lr Iur itmud. ltotinsame wlne for liver and kidsey trouble,
froml:tlntrc. I" M ur^t:nd ,iloa Asab DAon.1eioder or geser1 debillty
in, t ltg I' l Irnd. The wurd B.altS t Intrie Biters, I t'sua natet
i.:,re i"le ,"hs1lledilitge that gw driosny .
ii :lnit t. UIg: ltie." Sul. the de; Funds Raised for Fallen Women.
uo,,r.i rus.ii (Sr of th very remarkable BirminsharaqAla., Oct 2.-Colonel
hig riA 4' wt1ht w oce theo stronmghold and Mra. J. E H. lggls, as the result
or I rO''rivilln. It In sItuated upon of their recent visit to Iirmimnghau
,(n iriposin.. hvidht. a sentinel over the snd efforts made prior to that time
uniitrot-rt little iwerllling that hore have la light 63.200 for the eatablimh-
sprulr. up tnut iuneitieMdl in the vicinity ment of a rescue home for fallen we
of its wrre'lw:1ut m ofrwrtel life. Proa men In this eity. Several Sunday
tlin vill\'it' ot Iltiiorniew eorimomi meetings and work since that time
A tuiKof 'ir nj-1-rei nr' wsilt to Amer baa welled the sum to the abov


1< a.- --:.cti '.'',. mentioned figure. It Is very proba
nd .ble that the home will be established
-ett-i ls.:.ll n l nr1aa. I[a the near future.
tell tils in M. A. 1.: '"The lwr-ar of ,
wu.olr we a very eccentrc Many Mothers of Likq Opinken.
nuin. I rn.entler minded, who rcotd Mrs. Pllmer of Cordova, lows, say i
ever forg t it? ;t rI, onInP read out "One of ay children was sebjeet to
i. own ain:t f ti:r.tl gip with a lady oup of severe type, and the giving
w.I 11d 1t "oily l-"t ,conuted t of Chatnberlain's Oough Remedy
nkirry1o .i, l it llm thin for two promptly, always brought relief. Many
$n"d 0a. Olthe tiiird her father mothers In this neighborhood thlak
rote ,r f'rntinliy ,lei-ttl to such a thesame as I do about this remedy
ridlculu,.u pr.-e.i-i.:l." and want no other kind for their chil.
e dren." For sale by all drugagists.
SFiod A erslol. ... ..... ...
Cow-"' mjill. 1 t'jktl r Iull horrl by Town Scuelged by Rebels.
thie Jun> 111(i l -b1I 1t nr- never New York. Oct. :C.-Larache, a
1>te r to p g:ah like I. rAAts. tfortifled seaport town of 4,000 lnha.
ii 'is:It it: u is I I lu4d l itantL i now beselged by the rebel.
w.i i si 1 i .:a ;.,r.( ':,+" I~o~s aa bel Kabylo asn says a Herald
-h 4. 1 "> M' I. , r v 1 ,1r le, dispatch from Tangiler.
, i ;: .t, ili:I. The Europea nresldentse, fearlng an
L ..n' i: I '., I k1 ly U assault, have appealed to the forelni
t ui*l:+-'.-.- 1'I'lThe' t legations for auxillary forces.
l h I. . : "t r e i t \ l I 't 1 '. .) t'
t l" .i "I'1 -j 01 ,nl u'.. Brolklnto His Houase.
Tin "-- i' i r p 'n ith' Ik h 8. L*Qaon3 of Carendish. Vt.. wa
Tlwyi .l' l. lut why thi robbed of his customary health by Ii.
ei ,n't ,, .reil.-as a traveler vaion of ehroleoastilplltioa. Whbe
report. tI, I13 6':1i. I lw'as y to .- Dr. King's New Life Pills broke lote
plain. Veriln.p4 tey share the Jap his house, his trouble we arresseld ad
bne pnJidtl''V il1t lInt dairy lriwu ta now he's entirely cared. They're
or the thitlt .1 .~_tion for per- xnarantnd to car. Se at all drou-
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weitHUthe

Serrest Clothes
a*4* taen4 by SOBLOSS BROS.
& 00., Baltimore.
,. onng men of disriminative
j, 6.r familiar with this make.
'flhy know that these famous
DP have aill the latest touches
t: mwark the well-groomed gentle.

Set the pace In proper ap-

ey, have completely revolution.
$ h M ale of ready-to.wear cloth.
ad the man who has "the mer.
tailor habit" dqcea't know
t isaW g ing inup-todate
tao -e workmapship, u.
q. of materials, fault
economy, if he has
invtigated Bchloss clothes.
Mt.il iown in the picture is a
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pka w"it would cost probably $50 at a merchant tailor's and not
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"3. Sm ,a. let us talk It ever."


MARCUS


Outitter to Pa~tcular People.
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eftehad .mcated with the f,.
Mamt 41wamop4, and jAe story
Sowh"e broi-bt it from India to
i bnh been retold n a recent
S" t. ,62 after the b ecopd Bikh
'WaI. D* uile A u"feated the stone on
061atV fthe imavy debt owing the
Slat emopanay. the J aho
' :W Vpboheti sent It to Queen VI-
SOmt cear bad to be oxerdcse
Si pt' I l.lm. -The ta-.
St' 400 "ri aMt in whtbb the dia-
a was Met.'R aye the accoUMt. "bha
bee cuet ,V todimW1ish the tWlk. lod
.Lad*tu Onaulie bad Iclosed to aren.-
*lt WI t It lwel in a leather bag, this
Ap tI M91-peowedl Into a belt lued
fr Wlith ilaS etle:t. which Dallioute
Swwoe by eight and day. Two doips
1We chased i to te governor gen-
eMri eamp .bed, and no one but his
We* wf d, Ceptaila Jiamfty was In the
meet of tbe Jewerm conetmlmeit."
i1. ,i *li hi--W., A0
O*e oef ta. Deightu s U..,
WhU Old o n4Iuer WIhelm* Was till
SpriceO o Prulialhe had one day at
P. Biabbei~ u near Potadam. his beau-
tFl and ever favorite reelmene, P
'vbIt fromE that prince maong lntil-
m ae giaretier, Furst ieranann von
iucklerMlllkaui, who somewhat blpnt-
Sply spread hibl disappolntmenut at the
0*low ate of progress In certain m-
"poveenets In the ground, improve-
Oment which he hbd hlmdeilu f uggested
on the ocastei of a prevlou visit.
The future emprer p ed his
Wa4l u1eem*1 "Poe., r royal
hbighMea, neer borrow money '
qerWe Primnce Puckler, ervontIt
inuch amam.L "Never, my dear
prinee wa tue p alltg. rnfpl. "Then
your royal hih.W has aewer tasted
t "r"eept delight--to wit. ti
p.O !,r 'f -m11,1t oiweeIt- able ti
pay your our. and ar
Own OhI And PeVer.
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P T ESPONSILE COMPANIES.
S01 X S COU RECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
orthy or LI BERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
coneerrtkam PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover then Important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Life, Accident and Heait Isurance.

--Agents for the--

Victor Safe and Lock Company
f01-nr n-fl -nmr iAtt. O txLo.
The "Viotor" la the best safe made, and parole econtemplat-
lng the puarhas of a safe, or anything n that line,
rom a box to a bank vault, will save money
by conimultiR us. Call on or address,
CUSHMAN & HILL,
InformaUon eheerully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

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.,-#Vw York.
14 ePresldetit.
RifY i. DAAVIt
$'elt Virglntln.
States Soenator.
P. TALIAFERIRO.
p O is, 2nd District,
NK CLARK.
on tAl Elfttors6,
Ps. BAILEY.
A. JKNNI(l8I
E, ORAlDY.
a K NEWTON.
SOONEM11AN.
Goemrnor.
N B REWARD.
at Btate$
T CRAWFORD.

IA l Hi ELLIB,
,Comptroller.
J4. C. CRoo01.
to Tresunnrr.
IAMl V. KNOTT.
Lt. of P'itle Instruction.
I. HOLI.LOWAY.
oier of AgrrIculture,
B. X r M-LIN.

L MORGAN.
Court. Six Yes,
WICK TAYLOR.
UpremtW Court,
L. COCKRELL
9. RHACKI.E FORD,
WHITFIELD.

ROSBOROUOIr.,
gM. TILLMAN.



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Xa Asmor.
W. COMON.
Tax Colleetoru
D. DICKINSON.
an of Public Inutructlom,
Pi. L KELLEY.

IM4. RORKRThON.
_tt nt.T Surveyor.
RAkES CROXTO N.
f 'a
_ ty CormnIlIonerm.
, I0. DAMPIER,
,. G. OBTEEN.
,C. e. PEDRIC K.
. P. PAT LLIIN,.
1. P. TOWNrEND..
Thm r. otflMl Board
J. MARTIN.
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tl kins one another in Japan.
4 range, but It will suar-
f readers to learn that at
tWhia was not allowed In
Oil people were heavily ftlnU
t II. .


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PRiOIoTs PAIRKI 0 y Tr M4A
JORITY.

O1 iming theo election of the 'a'rker
and [avis tike: I y a lmajorty of :7
votes in 1 i t1 tv -il', ,,,:t.,, e, the
i)emooerati Nati nal C('r ;t., will
;make public today tho rf.l1 Lt she
0asvaus of tile tcouitry a: ,r,'. j:\i g
lIth S -ts w i :ri it.j e e,., It o .rry
arid dira a irl Fra0Ori for its eXpieta.
ti s tir f uarryinlg iti ll lr t'. 5i l.uvml
b ,* it r- istr!, .I ( 4!,-lbtablu tigr, n1 td.
VI,,rC.fhnIirman \) Lm;:e,'V \I.m'noll
said yt, *trtiy thit tli t, on lliterl 11!1
receive I Its r port fto.i *.nvty S:te In
the Union. an I that iH s.t iof tinrr
with a itatenlPrit wis i mi artirse of
comlla, i tionl, litlIt 1 Mr .i',1: niJ,
l0,11 u i% t'IC irmn n W:t :inni F, Sh.-e.
hati wo'rke,( 'Yv'er t hat* retiort* ttr'i
tgulis osum t tf ithi, day anil far ir.ssi
th iin ghlit. T a ir wrk witI i p ti b''
,'injclltted ,t il ,i IIP mp tini, ti-ay, even
ai t'd C4% tih"y rnr, l-v pIyov iral POi|'tP1.-
tial elerkt and acennLutnntli tusa re o.
ing )over tho tigures,
All the tutals entr in are being fool .
ed and verilled, anld the statemtnet tin
be given out ;s x peeted to be onge of
the iost etaborale and detailed affairs
of its kind ever put out by a national
enitrmittee. lty going Into the details.
the I lmocratic coinmnttt e shows its
confidence In IS figures and in the re-
ports which have come to It.
In the table to be ismied the naiinnal
nommiptte will claim for Parker the
"'ulid South." with W'et Virginia,
Maryland and Delaware along the bor-
der. New York, New Jersey and Con-
necticut are claimed in the East : In-
diana and Wioconsin among the Ce:i-
trAl Statep. and Idaho, Montana, Colo.
radio, Nevad,. ltsah and Washington
In the W\eat. This would give a total
of 277 rotes for Parker, and will leave
194 for Roosevelt, giving Parker a ma.
jority of 7t, or 3S iroe than the 230
necessary to elect. The table of the
committee will be as follows:


For Parker,
Alabama .... L
Arkansas....... 1)
Colorado....... 5
Conneodentc ... 7
Delaware ...a. 8
Florida .. 5
Georpla. 18
Idaho........ 8
Indiana....... 15
Kentucky .....18
Loulsiana... .. 9
Maryland .. .
NM ssifsip1i ..10
Missouri ... . 8
Montoan ... .. 8
Nevada .. .... 8
New Jersey....12l
New York......81t
North Carolina.12
South Carolina. If
Tennessee...... 12
Texas .. .. 1
ltah ....... 8
Virginia..... ...12
\VWaihlnton.... 5
West Virginla.. 7
Wisconsin..... 13
Total. ...... 277


For Roosevelt.
California....... 10
Illinol .. ...... 27
iowa ..... ......18
Kansa . ....10,
Maine .........o
Mlasachusett. .16
Miehigaza .. .. 14
Minnesota ...... 11
Nebroeka........ 8
New Hampshire. 4
Nurth I akota.... 4
Ohio ...........28
Oregon . .... 4
lPenny"krania... 34
Rhode Island, 4
tonth Dakota... 4
Vermont.. .... 4
talomin. .. ..... 83


While the flores as given above
are not officially given out by the na-
;ional committee, It was learned yes.
terday that they are substantially those
to be announced today. In addition
to merely claiming these States for
Parker. the statement from Mesers.
Nieonl and Sheehan for the committee
will glve the figures by which 4hey ex-
pect to eorry the State. of New York,
I New Jerey. Indiana, Connecticut. Ma-
ryland, Weht Virginia. Wiseonsin.
Montans, Colorado, and Nevada, and
explanatory notes also:
There was a Reneral air of confidence
at Democratic national headquarters
jeiterday as result of the reports
which had been received from the va-
rions States, all of which had comn,
after per-onal canvass. In addition to
thli, the Carnegie hail meeting, at
which Le.x-President Cleveland spoke.
gave added confidence to the party
manage m.
From sources of information which
were to 9te credited it was also learned
that there no longer is any lack of
funds at the dippostal of the national
committee. There i said to be plenty
I ,____ I._ ....


$Tr.rE or Oi01o CIrv uOv TOi.ln,
SLt, Ai CorrY. --
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of these firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo, county and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ()ne Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that panuot
becuredby the use of Hall's Clatrrh
Cre. FRANK- J. CnIsrY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Oth day of Dlissom
her. A. i). W I .
A. W.Ur.Kss s,


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of money In silbs to eoudtest the oam.
palgo on proper lines to the aloe and
1o meet every legitimate epemse
Without any erampilng anl enable the
cominittee to conduct a whirlwind
01npIalgo in all the debatable taitels
dilring the remiu1hihg two week,
V iee.Chasirma.a Nio Li id ) eteriday
that prsoatielly all the dlotment
alil4 ietrary, wori rt theu h.isd(mgartlurs
had bUea aeomp!ited. asigItingi that a
the- reason forth, laying offif the large
miut of mem whlieh has been at wek
thor, siese tith headquarters were
opii.ed. At the resent times none buit
t ie Imantager. tr eir *tenographer,
thie nildior, nId thie ahlef of I e
' ira ls are still: rilgag td.
T'he* ittres %ullated at NNew York
SMtite headquarterr wtre reportifd, of
,*'irer, to the Intiotioal headquarters.
in order that tho national managers
might figure oni the result here, but
later the Slato commlitle. will issue a
utatemntent of its own Ju detail. From
the reports that have come in from
the tip-State counties the State mana-
gers are absolutely confident of the
election of Judgy HeTrrlak and the en-
tire state ticket. As a sample of what
their reports *how in the lineof redu.e-
tion tif theo e pub:Itan vote l t up-
Mtate counties, the following extraste
were obtainable yesterday :
190 194 tih)4
*614a 54Slr Rtmwat lJ~


V''unty Vote
Lewis ........ 1461
Jefferson,.... ftb0
taratoga ..... 806
Warren .........22"4
Washinglton.. 4562
Sohementady ....198
Ontario . .
Wayne .......
Orleans .....181
Niapara....... 1o20
Monroe ....... T06<
Ali theseo ountles


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Conceded Conede1dl
806o 60(

12(0 (X)
1000 22O
1200 16X)

000 even
60A 0 8000
are old4tim I Re.


publicaun strongholds, aad the cam.
paign managrs figure that with these
sweeping reductions In the Republican
vfte up State, the Republiean plurality
down to theelty will be not more than
50,000, so that the 114,000 or IS,000o
tipected In Greater New York will
overcome the Republican plurality up
the *zafe and eleea HeMufik as well u
thrwinlg he State to the. Parker and
Davis ooltna by a tcosiderale margin.

The world's supply of wool is short
-somle authortles placibs the short*
agg at 8O,OIO,000 pounds. The oUp of
the country Is estimated to be fully 10
per ceant ess As year, than last, when
It w 227,4W '00 pooudt, a&d he clilp
of IOS was nearly 29,000,000 pounds
less than that of 10t2.

The number of farms where poultry
Is raised hi put tas 8 per ceas of all1
ihe farms of thie country; and Is kept
on a gs mat mry villlse lose.

Big, worthless arabitions often unft
us for attending to .the little noble
ones that we might easily realize.

To those who see clearly'-the world
looks to he a pretty fine place. Parsa
diMe would not suit a grumbler.

A queer th ing fbont a temper le how
often you an lose is and yes have I on
head for the next time.



Cream Vermifugs



,WORM


REMEDY
FTH. Il NU I'S FAVRTE TOMI
sevens er sewatmef*.
man ass uOusulrn l ealOler .
Ballerd-SnoW Linimemt C.
ST. LOUIS oM,
For Hale by WU. n. Joesem. i

[ MEN AN WOMEII.
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1 0tt'% .Sie. ',. ,t i tr uknt l m .is
hi *titI nIt if tr.uiait tip
t at',* tlt.f t u f t.I*fjftl.*l s
rf *om. s, in l ane WiT,
1av !.f gCg r. I. tur
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alt..
Ss'Iw'S A~wt tT It ac n ai~w~


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POWciu SHTU OT i. 1
Oood s bl* In yo n as m u
In the SE14 or goo se, i
Wincbes L "Loa.der" ans 'M
Smookelsl Powder Ihellb sy 4,
Always *ur-oet. always i
.prea d of *iot aSd glod p* aW*A
great pallorr ity titd i4
men who ua. Wlodhse r yS
8hnUsl In prelbrm es" mt S

ALL OKALItASK* .


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Highest market priu paid f.o Qbs. 'w
A im -~ bi| ,',

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8Stopptin at Fataths.


Leaem Jackefovlll $ ) p Mn.!
Lmla, IfMl ft A. oI. M iW
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Lnther in pa or BSideA.
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tuoers of the James Doig Improved English
balbd4 Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.


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II8 Fair. I .. .L i 1 I .

's Fair Rlaths..


Frm JAIKSONVILLEs


Robdd Trip. O'0
ale daily. ood
till D@@. 16.
jound Trip. On
l. daily. Good
sixly days.


$37.50

$20.95


Rouind Trip.
Pale daily.
fifteen days.


On
Good


Round Trip. Uood ten
days. On sile Taoulday
only is 09"box.


SOUTHERN RAILWAY


WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE, ST., LOUIS.


i W thWewot Attsus ad Chabtueoea o Columbte and Awevole. "Land of ta
: te ipe $Plm ul wilh it own rm lano St. Loul. Two aeIn. 4slr from
iasf p
uisa War tns. ma., rar t... ewrf ,Uh 4iaiMrt :UPo.
*uull JeI. C. LUSK.
e ss F;eawser LeArm % Weasfty St..Jsheomno. lb.


Air Lini
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Savannah, Columb
i Pines,. Raleigh,

ington, 'Ba
Sdelphia,


n OA 2EfI) l


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


Two Elegant Trains Daily.


S aboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.

WEIlES PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
Only Line Operating
'mi, -9!S Tkwhb Pllogm Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
Af, tll Ia md sleper ernaslons call o anmat SBeabo&M ov
SA .. *C .. o tRszuu, 6.4. BOo,
AS,. 0ems!l ?Wmaempt Apat PaMwgerr Aiges
.. a ; e'JACIOXVIL LS. FLORIDA.

i l" Getlusr ll & Gulf Railway Company
SVl n I THE FRUIT A VEGETABLE ROUTS
i lWit t OF FLORIDA.
.li 0me. we W, Time able In elet fJuly 5. t19O.
b.fAifl x- '-mo e "
p:at l. lp. 4. Nom No.)l. No. n
th Nily. rSTATIONS. Dal ,ly. D. an aip

ii 46 ........ ...'..... ... _. ...^i ad .. . ...rA. ...0. A Mum
6 sI LP K LVPKLA A r PMAr A NAXrPM
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of 130 15 VS ?S .......d*4i0T...... s So to SW
As tlstrs wit1 vu1 m *a. to oI 0 1iT .S........,...O ..... .... S M U6 1 C
As ft"d "dwor tads ma' Ut a 11u 40 T l6Arr 1 .4....saWlm At._,... 6 a2 840 110


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plem -low ma is eemasms wimh qne
OCuho awemwi SIees. am I&Lay
trial We paw rImlab. Wrise
fI 9riPeO TODAY.


Ludden & Bates
SotOIn iulc lous
SAVANNAH, 1 GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
riSAUIM D IsI"
GATHER A BRYAN, State Aits,
TIPA, FLORJIA.


REPUBLICAN

National, State and Congressiom-
al Ticket 1904.
Presidential Electors.
0. F. Boffum-Franklin county.
Geo. K. Roblason-Marion county.
Geo. H. Holms--Brevard county.
0. A. W. Wendell-Oadsden county.
A. M. Oushman-Alaehua county.
For Governor-H-on. MI. B. Macfar-
lane, Hilliboro. *


Swretary of State-John


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F. Horr,


Monroe.
Attorney -General-Fred C. Oubbetr
ly. Levy.
Oomptroller-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Trea mrer-E. M. Brelstord. Dade.
Superintendent of Publie l Intrie
Stlon--W. R. O'Neal, Onrame.
Oommnlstioer of Agrloulture-J. 8-
RowlIy, Pautm.
Rallroad eommniihoner H. J3
Ritehle, St. John.
Juatlee Suptrme Court for term o
sel a mS-W. B. Sheppard, BEcambts.
Juatjee Supreme Court-0. 8. Farr,
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5 15 AND LIQU0OS I
Jacksonville, Florida.



Jao. Everird's Canada Milt
RED STAR.
As good as any anl better than moo i
B.eer. Made of Hope and Mall
and NOT ?IC.E.

Per Barrel......... $10o 50
Per Dozen.. ...... I I


Mathosiek Pam,&
NO1TE1 FOR NWEETNERH AMD Fti.
TI OF TO101, POWER ANDL
IDURADILIT. '

m* piuao f w kUm tni eoUate. A a .,b
ws keager nm lUwren. eoauvew .
bmsi mtlala.andxosataril~ee
Worhkmmlip obalta&ban. lb
Up to dstari every
detU and Un-.
equald. < >J
gold by as contlnuously for
OVER TMIITY T WOT U N
without a slagle failure. If vw
wat a plsmo for a lifeUtme's
arrvw bu the ,e


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MAY YET

tMAKE HIS ESCA


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SAgalAinst Him Doe Not
WWithin Trm. of Trnty,

IM5MANOR. NOT PFILNY
ut use of the Mails N Not'
enti, Ateording to Treaty Be.
United States and France, to
SPvrieerw Brought Sack Her.,
iilIlaa the case against amuel
Mum, form rly a barber of Usines.
SItrlor ft srohaul at Arredondo
eill known hl stis section Teo
l.Uplonstf the 2th last. has the
Itex to uy:
fere is eooaiderable doubt In re.
* to $he government being able to
dlsl. famuel D. Gray, tie young
| arrested in Porto Rioo for fraud.
p ase of the mails, and who
|Pd his bond and embarked for
)Pe, France.
yy swindled a number of savan.
i horehants, and as he usd the
led WStaee mails In carrylag out
pbftme, Postoffee lspector Fred
per of this city has been hot on
trial. Per looted Oray in tUse
, ,Poro Rico, and at thbe request
salt*d Statm Marshal Horr of this
rnay was arrested by the United
I Marshal for that dIstrit of P'or-


*hI ihe absence of the Judge of the
Ceorst, Iray was placed under
SIn the sum of 4200 by a United
0aommoleloner of San Juan. The
e of the bond was To small that
SHipped aols and left his bonds-
.o settle with the commloeloner.
btok a stleaer for Harve, Fiane.,
mame nlght that he was arraigned
the eommleeiloser.
.'ps rleelpt of the information
Gray had Jumped his bond, Mar.
mlorr reported the matter to the
as of Juatloe. United States
y J. N. Striplinll took up the
t :with the attorney-general of
tUnted Stated, and a request was
B for the apprehension of Gray
his arrival In France.
iInl Itow dovelope that the offense
whleh Gray Is charged is not one
nomoe within the terms of the ex-
litlon treaty between the United
soe and Frae. Using the mails
f tudulent purpose Is a alsdo-
Malwor. and not a felony, therefore
Tb e grave double of Oray being
t France annd extradited on
ihargf h e.
B.' o*fleial bere are greatly ditap-
Ilted at the action of the United
lb dIfoner In Porto Rice In placing
Saoamount of bond required of Oray
itsa lluare so small that he succeeded In
fAlriagbail and then forfeiting the

C' Oause of Lockjaw.
Loekjaw. or setanus, is caused by a
M Iens orgerm which existed plenti-
if n str et dirt. It is inaltire so
~ asexposed to the air, but when
Pitd beneath the skin as in wounds
by perenselon caps or by rusty
aile and when the air is excluded the
Is roused to activity and pro-
Sthe most virulent poison known.
,leee grme may be destroyed and all
b1a!r of lockjaw avoided by apply-
1 leglsamberlaln's Pain Balm freely as
SiO8 as the injury ls received. Pain
alai il a antSiseptic and eaukse aut4,
ShlleN and like Injuries to heal with-
*: SImaturatlon and in one-third the
N required by the usual treatment.
I It Is for sale by all draggisls.
YUKON RIVER ICEBOUND-
h tam Navigation Ie Practically tSue
pended for the Winter.
i battle, Wabh. Oct. 25.-A special
1 tKla D[wson says:
1 Steam navigation. the full length of,
the Yukon. is practically closed. The'
y 1er is full of ice.
The output of the Klondike tills
1iaoa iss nine and a half mIllions.
SaWved His Life.
S J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes,
JPne 14, 190tf: "I want to tell you I
r believe Ballard's Snow Liniment saved
my life. I was under the treatment of
I tWo dootonr, and they told me one of
K .5 lungs was entirely gone, and the
other badly affected. I also had a
i lup in my side. I don't think that 1
-ttid have Ived over two months
hge' U r. r sr, inlti.i*id hI a friend to


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Lib


Sold by Al Druggists.

One way, then. to "keoq our friend*
sbip tIn rpuair" Is to regard letter
writing as duty Ir not a pleasutm.
11 tul settled ouls ltul pleasure In du-
ty. Marcus Aurelius. usitre moraliet
as le won, tell us In hise "editatlona"'
that be had lerntAl from one of bis
friends, "not ufteu nUcr without greet
neeosity, to Y., or to write to any
man in a letter, I am sot at leisure, Dor
la this raubner still to put off those du-
ties which we owe to our friend and
acqualluuitau under protease of or-
gent affairs."
Now, after resolutely determlnlag
that 'istulibg ialiail literfrre with the
letter you owe to your friends. see to
It thit It shall reflift yourself. ie noVt
5tJil1l. Vsei the0 plil1n evcrydaly Eng-
ItcM ofa your urllnary Monvermtlon.
Boiwe. t'ro nare whio fill their written
pages with sesmiuilpo4aIlian terms from
latlia and <; 9rk. Ipinsdm by the strong
terse Anglo-I8 on Idliona. They "we-
tret thvir liablilly to wetforu" crtataN
tItlhKhs, when it would be so much more
natural to say. "I am so sorry not to
be able to go to dinner.-this even.
u." iThis, after all., I. kind of at-
fr.tation which must be a part of the
chrar.ler andl goe to show the truth
of Awhalt Dr. Johnson wrtte to Mrs.
Thrale -"A wan' smtoul 1iUs naked il
hls it--t1erse."-Tihle Talk.
Cures Winter Cough.
J. FE Gover, 101 N. Main 8t., Ottawa,
Kan.. write: "Every fall it has been
my wife's trouble to eatch a e-ver
eold, and therefore to eough all winter
longll. Lat fall I got for her a bottle
of Horehound Syrup. She uned It and
has been able to sleep roundly a0ll
night long. Whenever the sough
trouble her, two or throe does stof
the eousha nd she 1i able to beo ups
woll." 1 Zoa o, 1.0i. SoldbyW..
Johnson,


REDUCTION


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Having n
bought the
stock of The j
Thomas Hard- -
ware and Seed "
Company, we [
will for the ]|
next Thirty
Days. e 11
Any Goods in the Store at Cost.


WALL


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Studies underlying causes of Market
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Reviews, analyses and criticlses Railroad
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Has complete tables of Earnings of
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Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Bonds.
Records the last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, Inquiries (on.
cerning Investments.
Ome who dally emomlt THE WALE TiRlBRT
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DR. DaVEUZ B. MORRIS,
i)11a18I a soD

O ee over UMarsi Meiftel AU woek fuser

DR. A. 0. MOSELEY,


Offloe:


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OTEBOPATH.
UMagolls Hotel, O rmenWle,
Florida.
M-s soneesntur meremss without
lawe: a to t o. 6 ( by
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FERKDJAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OAIXsltIILLU, e FjOa .

oea sell your eity propoey, _(ins
proitd d alsy-uw o d) ros, p 4ph

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I. BAKER
ATTORNEY-AT-L&W,


.. SOLICITOR IN CHAo CERY. ..

GAINESVILLE, Almhub C0o, FLA.
ofI In Badel Blo..
a J.4.H.ALDERMAN.
DE RNTISW. l
Jeoeaswr SWaeler& AMWeruml


Over D~oa & Co s Ban.


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bels ataous'o crows s bMsi wet.

D w mwa mi*r
aORrtN .

OrateSse altiuor CoWe*e oemsS S.we,
Rv yewlea' exadese oa ew YrTt Otnr.
Crow. BrIlsge work asS flkW -pee4miee.
AS& Wons 09
Oe In MUnler Law tMwoege.
oarMrUmtLs. fta.

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS A IUARS
JOHN MKNKZI. Proprieser.
f ll-nI W. ayr ,L. JasoloUlle. na.
Faust beer, bottle and dmu ht. Don't
fall to call on me when In Jackeonville

DR. HARIY LEE JARVI$.,
4 With r. U. Ltrmor.).


DENTAL SURGEON.


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ON AND OOIAL ITEM8
lw appendMd What is 1eft
Topp ld In short Pararlh
!NTHe "*H Who Iune-May Road"


Itnewsxpers for sale at The flon
, of Waldo was n th
,. Eshe of Waldo wa in the olty


g plants for sale.
HM. ltd24tw
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Neollum & Wo.
.e r Turner of Nettleton was
in the eity yesterday.
EI bDelaton sle pedltll a few days
earalv l d4 Jacksonville.
f t. Wallis of Qoala was registered
the Brown Hoew yesterday.
H. A. Ford has returned from
l at visit to friends In Palatka.
Mgo. .q of High SpriP Was
e4d t the Brown House jester.

O. Newberry of High Spriftgs was
the business visitors to this city

Re t-Btore Royal Cook former-
lied. Address Thomas V. Pors
ra brief business trip to this
W. B. Anderson of Wade has re*
to his home.
Sale-Seoed-.hand Denamore
ter. Will be sold cheap. Ap-
SllamsofkeS, tf
If. and Mrs. J. W. lDavidon of
S low were among the visitors
'0ll city yesterday.
i* 9. oode has returned from a
hsIN d to ble noew orange grove
'a*r Tampa.t
t1,iU Tucker UBulwara departed yes-
for Jkmom"ille. whbre she will


THE DAILY SU: AINS E FRIDA T .t
.- .- ----w h "- "
.ea idth I'basea mg lase with sam..amkNIL Aflsr a briefV isAs se Miim0
n$. md nr J- A. Roeboruigh of W.T. WWna of Hwaa. 0s, oof Ifrtled this itp LT. Si MWm
l' ti, is ra s brief visit to his family in wmtaond to their romel a W1 mi'
i' ..s I..,i all,,i if ,pending a f1, thiselty They formerly mids hnrow sad.
lin'i a ul, Ithe tuto of Mik J. W- P raersmaor ,st iesepy Sod "emefoul frIlWdse *d .alest U!m
'I 1mrdr. of thse of the m widely hkown eLtipse Ans wa glad at weleaos I 11
1 : JF. intr1h.It mereh nt of High of btp rinesive fMtion, w asIrea. Soi
lrsitu wis tranae1tir.g baslnn in' Mtig busine s a the delay re terday. ORn 0oot of the rftanioo of the
tli Wcity yeiterdWa. P E. 1, Josa. Jr., of Atlsatr, one of U11ie4 Co wdKrtw Vejlums m On al
County toryor Jame. Croxtes of theUr eool ompest dispnseI.r la Ithe early Nvmbier e o r, U ia FULL
3-fi niop w among their "elios tos o lealry has aMepled poltiia it the lI1m i 1ell iskelef (rlw OtaeWieo / '
(iinesrille.jesteurdiy. maod foloeab of A, L, Vi4t1, sad Sto (' 4 Sad *M o ee. Slt I
Deputy Sheriff J. Lee oloko of Ie*. aWed his duties I"ddy. Nov. na nieoslres l Now. I, as $ ,0.
All omlbi aoppof"6l9 to4VM 0i,! 4
anopy. w an oflelat victor so tbiN Mr. sad Mrs. 4. Chahbrlata or f A*Ityl. i ft
county easpital yterdsy, Tem wel. nom thew itollati, hlk. I,. ,O .
Mr. sad XMr. Robert W. (i o *s pytay. They am to atiteS ADMITTED O I TN lt.
Mieasopy were nmoQg heswho pa-d do p --l*li-y bMitnog is t The oo .. 0
(Iainesvlle a visit ysteiy. A. (. Lamb, baru4 withNl e y T. LB. ar.N NI li .iP9 .V
KICehiols ne, prprio i&rof Mbeto I he 11 im e in0 of 0.V. Lam p-WWn -W -.
Alasoh>a Pool Parlos., is pd b ~1"rial mea hbis T. B. Kt.l Jr., iel h tJbhe pmI m
week In JMaksonville oa bulisaom. MlSyi 11 b n 06 a
If trnubl#4 with a w k dietlesr Ait e At br ie viis to thisto eily. Mu. weoo eat n s fllmg hw Is. if
Chamberlain's.s8tomakddLien r h 1 W. Atel mer.e to hWhe As g 0.0. a T.i toe, w
lets. They wllido yo good, For gate rlle ylatwd, Lwhere tIs l Im amftsf t lonhI g hp lstl tl,
by all druggists, lg hIer he lah is .s mstl im itd11 MS S g t Sb s. Ia g is
0. V. Mctueen of Lleznlassme of the Iamills U ~st ~ eaw sethU S a2 e u Im e t
the mrit promlnat rsiderSt of IaSl 57 lipromoosts will be suode l* I h Il Ifl SM t4t tie -
s0tion,. Was tra.selai business l the lti, sad that by the be*. a well M o N $N M .
thtiscla Inyesterday. lag of sIlMur summer **eoN that pUlaiNei tUiS Ui
Captain J. L. P. Johnston departed Wm WilU e e lu m.ela sla mf in esM lt SIflP S*Ma W6F1 '.1
yesterday for Daytona, where he will *mpI. -lsu- *itM fk 0'Il
visit his son, OChA F. Johnsbao. for After a dela of several seats, la a pm1W W6
the next two weeks. work has bea mresame a tNhe Meand4s1 um*k 0
Attorney Bd L. Oarter expects to P"I1 ho d OL ibl. SIW, -
make bhi departure today for laa at large ae r f bok lare um M*r. R fh Ip 0 kIt"M
wllel, where h will "tla O In" tho wr illld** MlM. Tlhi *aLnL a*sWO e*i.w
iRhe of the varol. -b-o -amp ll b esw of! tw a. o aO I b ud5
sigthtsofh ivI. hoife .1evsa a wedis S Shun hl e hth oaisarvaB.
.1. E. Wells of Areher oad (i too0 t iege i gl t ase1 e o o :t-_ :W pee pWhe ib16 i
Bagaler of Palmer have renurmed Ilftbw meoM nu bhle. Theses N 1 .0 it
from Jsaksonilll, where they west o wll e *t '
a brief visit Itothe oUrlval. o
P. O. Ranset of Wa shoet., the l. A mmg .l l tm P d 1 to Ibo
cleat member of the Bao l of Coaioy td lweas Ol, a W. (e. rI beo iio USN i
isVtrtistyea eM sae raed 0emtIss rN
JI. J.. Water, T. A. BOlG s adi Ol H o5 L WM
Broker, all prominent eltlmoeas of 0 the aqas ls o hMtp eisIsonD e3wleg e aB
West End, wee lam town plordad mM hi ii 4
made The 8 un agreeable al m an u litle lapl"aM. H M me ha
Mrs. N. A. Flwellec of ulatek bes sh, vilm o i this pss slatl A sa s
who has been a a brief but pleassat meo fT swne)al IyeaTsT
visit to her brother, J. R. Flewelk SE*
in this ity, reotrned to her home yes. "amN *1..
terday. siI WI 0w Wa-
Friv. J h. Ley of The Florida Chris-. V0se .S
iean Advoeate, one of the mass widely Mi
aqwna Methodist minister if A Florlda,
cst of his paper. E .. .1.
Mi. A. Bennett. the efleant foresan A aket
and representative tbhe Eddie
Msaaurbigurin t Cog.p, o, .h Cma of this*0 y ,I
Petebur lad ther pole ln p BonsnSouth CIIUS 3 M ':;'
Florida In the Ineatme of that Irm. _____i_____:__,L_
He expects to be abount aboa two
week.. V iit Or'n hst
Trainmaster A. L. CilsS of the.At- 1 1o1 o i ,\l
visit to Charlotte, N d. 0. mad Ro k
noke and Richmond, Vs, when he has WE ARE SHOWINr
been for the past few days. le us- hmsu
ports a flie trip, and says the ellmate An Up4todate line Of.. go.
In thins country has been very lvIgor- *
sting for the past three weeks. .m '* \ ,+
owswainerrTosound, was ia the Ladles lfting aSw -


city yesterday on busineaes someeed ha a
with the tax collector's oses. He asr Jut .
raged license for operating his= m.~. Svaph S r
shine, whioh is on up-.todate steam Ole e d sI thl10S
riding gallery. J five points Ia the dM anolp t,
county. Gainesville s Incloded In tAhe The display will be and sWas aS Pr. Y1
list. and the peat va y of in Mr,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denby have re -lt and pttm. - .,y M
dnrn in thisf ei.t fmun ala. a(fter.mn ImaaLaa& &.*S r I m SW | & n L


WW -- -.i- - on.a n ; &Wnw .iw. dwig --o-- -n-. wa00 :v-
l few days with friend, several months spent Is nas city. --, Whe S IDW *m
1Major O. Meanm of Motatosh has Friends will be pleased at the Inlftor- pric we e te"* PIll
to his hoe,. after a brief Imation that IMr. Denby has oasepted a Chw enBOf u
A to IeaIn ra North Galnesville. poiUtiou with the Gainmevill furnaltae and tl rh m ngh so m s
NAgNgeer Joseph Rif. of the Allan- Corpa.,, an that he mad his es1. for the rich. trie,, W
SLines with hea quarr at sable wife will agat make their mhW WW
apam. favored Galmesville with homeA 4iwel lins f InL
ustsejm e. es. I asantd MRA D T i. !t 8 .__1* 1a*
t vast-One niely tREAD THIS. uorsts per aen.
"o ,.le ,1,8 .,,AlocaHtion in
Mhe Sum Se. if to to certify that one- bottle of the A prattler fin o- Gi hmssad
,...Tezas Wonder, Hall's Gnat DIMcoveri, Chembry, web I A*" sk
'Mt. sad Mrs. Moslsi Edels eln e has cared my wife and myself of kid. t 0. A me t
iln the .emgvatulatlon of their ney, bladder amd rheamatie troubles, Jis
eoe" tte arrival of a fne boy at and we mot ebeerfully reoommaod it i m J.i
al home yesterday morning. to the publ.. A unagp iftol t line Of dL. at t,. E s
1l86J. Carter. the merchant of New- K. 0. HACK AND WIr. 40 w a
ny. was, amount the bu, vneMs visiton Tr. A ,NDER See our front -show ca camw. .i
A* this eity yesterday. Mr, Crter A TEXAS WONDER. .sa .J .w, -t, i
Mfor several yes engaged In the one small bottle of the Teas Waia LADY 11 I ea sAd at kls p
SSusaiUle buInes ast Judson, whes der, Hall's OGes Dislovery, curMs all .W" I i. AL
h Jsed a fine trade. kidney ant bladder troubles, removes -l to Sggg
STe Atlantis C0st Line will sell gravel. res b the latet tyls GUIMl u j
a d trip tjets. o (Wes, seoont salnse weak .d law. bus. Price e1o The batd dol. oan i
#t drfte anilonp. for $1.10 round tism and al irrmularies of the kid. orset nade. Call and aee erare c ts
p. T~sT1tea on ale October 81 to one and bladder n both men 8ad them. I unite liS,
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W, IrIAmerican aitmehe wilbth Jeaeue tjp -- S --UP "
54kM ThE FA OENT In Ir tr oa Port Arthur. U00 I NAE lE
I S tenant V ortseue say$ the Japamne of.
SmeW l ocArs--- Ushs e w bowed him every oourt tesy
atW l16 S$ h jiftl t labl d fhi with complete a anw Of 7I lghtl i
of the Port Arthur peninsula. Whilel i ghte
iat Scin 1 ttoft. in Japan LJeunteant Forteeoue was et Piked Up
a MM, PEe *',' offered the decoration of the RIlali
**019? Y S JAPANSS SAMUALTIBS. San by ltheb miado bt Ws not u' AFTER VESSEL WENT TO sO
,-lli Z 1 thorlxed to receive It.
40"l 0l mn 1a Made fe1sm e4mr Okhn1 S1hip Was Wraked IA Went
iigk t me'n that ftlaMt AIay H" K DNA+PO SY SYPaII8. a Crew Sufferm Many
0 le $, thg Cenm 11,10 and Seaational Afrj. rtao In Pensnyl tfIO Being Reeeued.

i loenMlxvlMa ROct. fl.-"Lymch New Orleans, Oct. 2.-A rumor
tui lrculation hero today that tue
111M W .tOkl'@ 0n6411t Ol 4 a., I Lew "auru tavatathe staWe ofuthe big frelhter MoassMenhusette
j i a b~at e, 4 .01 4 a3. Ip .u IW esasO, Ot. lThene and similar cries came from aih
a b fo1 lthe West lndia line hatpbeen
Sg e tSlU f 1Qo. t0 to Oct.&, 1 lowed a party of gy pes aoW thor wa upat sea after their ve linel ba
W Iew,: to the lockup am busplicaI tlf bO~qll worked. Agents of the line say,
jug aftan6... ; moi 3 8LImplicate d in t im murder o ,4Fyar-d have >hlnard nothing of the te
Mickhal Mayerk whose boyd, was i
+---_BS-i-Sn tSl T List bdlomleat ot witef crushed hidden in tho replace at al dl- OW ct. 1. Her agents y
eviag. At ,lglt teht lbt.ore old deserted house, I mile from town. ha ptbab been making a lr r
O. 'ews eW SWrMl degree below te The child was kidnaped Friday at wila,; to heavy weather on the Aup
ie fhI w f iBal. Haeavry eltlnag Sa4 Uternoon on Star street by a strolling U.e; md tht she will probably be r*.
lMOk h avt bWr Asted to the mie band of gyp. i.,. Al trace of the Orte4 ody or tomorrow. The bst.
W a Mv alellYw SS not bees ntet. band and the boy was lost until t*st. eo justt*ua arriving fruom l.iverpWe
r hS.b eSW pnlperratloe are b1elas dent revealed the Eody to a party of yesterday reported thai she hlad e.
agl1 0 to preVl4 tar the comfort f chestnut honter.. countered heavy alth and tempefl
I tIW dfh&4111 athe W11 ter moUths. Only tho filihse of George Wahl. the ou" ee"s Imaking the crossing.
boy who witnel.ked the kidnapping, to
PRS 44* ,tersl OAm'Is eledquarters. gan- identity any o!t the men tender arrest BRIDA COUPLl IN RUNAWAY.
l O m 3 4 I. l., via ii a. Oct. saved them from the handa- of then for Good Luck F
s i-t Is Iportld oMftlally haththe maddened throng. Ri Thrown forses.ood Luck FPIb1f'
# g a~m br ed SOW R.tssian dead. The body of the m.ur:rcd boy wa NewYork. Oct, '.-Too vigros
the^ agtraP&rmy 1J00 and the left discovered by Janies Jonas, John e i
as meets?^ army m. aId th left Clark and P.nroe Clark. while gather. a bumbardmeat wlth rnu and oMl
wThs aemle s tvtap iards apart n 4g emestnu..sn .the wolds adjoining Soesh of a bridal couple having tlh
r090 "d "p $es only & yr suepa&rae the old house. A mile away is Moore SBt. Iarthoomew Home for Urts, It
ibeP b t e. aThe se are oa llSat y in the Hall, the manor home of Gov. Pen No. : 126 Eat Foity-sieventh street, ea
e Ites es4 aS by placing tl Ir eaps oan ypacker. amnd mllis- distant the re-S saturday evetn4n, simutt caused a
Their bayonets draw scores of bllets Idence of United State' Sntor Knox. serious accent. T he, l bt
'at hinr blapoa a It is a deioiate and lonely spot. the driver was piitc!ed our. and with
the 3'V 14 7.ller6il m rehitlalts e The bot y lay opposlto the entrance the bride and brid-Grromi hioutlng for
tei tie tad skirtalshes are al. suit and :er ar oldfahionid fireplace. h bolp at the wluduoas of tUh carrlufl
B acme' e aammeoX. Aixott I 8 Iet fut 1h(w body lay b1 the team dashed to Third avenue.
..st lieavy thornw.ni club, oL;i.'usly one Pollcrv:ian Str'iiel c.'tht bold t
*,'. l Ib Ti lkIo. O. 0.t-I2 m- The te* Iof the insFtrutirntA of th. crirnm. A. one lior.,, but coutl no t sip ithe toem
'"iNL- Mil of the skIrailshing of the Brit-' tpr thbi:g tr*s! tian- ;y the ci' his .u l tL' usithr had dau I the car-
lka b trawler Crt in the North sea. threat had l' cii rt w;th a dl knife. rlagts a;ait1t an telvt'atd rad pillar.
o w bft h i the Rusalan econd Padr e squad Tb. lflid was !flly rlr. evwen to a The front bt wl t hlL' alabed sat
M-a t re n4Ot known in Tokit., anil pop. litt to eli 'i n the h at. T.he ha:t the ri bridegrr s wtr badly
WsaI y sallr and oallcai Judgment ls awaitIts swere 1h.n.:::. and o mw eili a sm.u shaken Ut!.
thei* try.l 1i1and knowlfedle. The only inbIrma. wpi :e. The couple who starteJ on their bf-
yS"+M Itf ,usN V" v ow'ed..; Qguiams e omlteftig between the l rl. n.it vii'e,. a:d (,.:f of l,:;,' C('a;r:. Frederick Tol;hkte untl .May Aliira
,,..d .to0 h' e tack and aeeIdent. The JlJ1 1s the tagL. 'rete llI-l. alrttln,-r it: Cipolarl, the daiightvr of a -wealthy
laa .I lt with Mr. edly newspaper ccmmentng on the \i. mo a verai 1.nstrid rl :ems lur merchant whio lti .tei 6-r 1t 3e3r, a8g
9S TP sear the odelt. It flrs discasesm"and then ruled to t;,, .. plu. She was ,tiulyipng at the St. Hartholo
put up& 4i 41S*lase it t B "absurd or Punla, Dr. .iDna., %hii eamulnd the h<.dy, monew home when lhei mIt Tophke.
ms of the IA" whlch has shown want of wisdom and'al that I h :.i l had bli,,n delad a: The malrr!age was performed at Gi
,disietot several tiMes." The sug. ea Z hw.s". The mnhrdlr was corn home by (t10 Rev. LeIlle Learnedl. si
.s--..- epotiolsa ate made that the etew ol rmttiedf prroialy on the night of the klif many of thi congregation and th04
Sl 4MZt EN ... thasquadr. desire a pretext for their natphg. The police theory Is that ti l, choir or 8:. I;trtholomews' were pr".
,,lli.,,.f.. .mVmW rcall from the he-ardons oriental kIldnaperst became alarmed and killed' ent.
S1 u'l '* M ^ I I trulee or that Russia desires to save the boy to get rid of Ineriminating ev. After the smash tht* ronple took an
1JS -- ,.her fatea by Inovlving Great Britaln.. Idenr.e other carriage, tileir friends refraintnl
_.*Th.e n t. M-- r -Im the paper proceeds: S shortly after the bsly was founl from nuor, rice-throding, anti were
I. Qlst.tIh a-mn wilt1 "Te most likely expliantlou of the young Wahl. who hadl seen *he ayp. driven to the (Irand ('Central statto,
iA toetr'geous setton of the uqasadrovi is ales kidnap the chlM, toi! the pulleC where they touk a train for the Vseil
inP !pts4WetbwR I fo0nd la the fact that some day ag.T that he had istn a dog at the gypy
B eey. it ArSmitemowlan g to a lEmer that Japanese ves* camp at Wlllama Corner, alot one FIFTH FATALITY.
p^Si-m t the AlS~aba 1ees laden with explosives had been mil mut bf town, that looked like on.
at bMa -Sv. qpoeted It the Dueash strait, the Dan. he maw under the wagon In which the Further Outcome of lattla Satwee
tab^ awboitites sel t an eeort wiNt boy was taken away. Offmers and Robbers.
H',n.-S, --_.ab n.-. the Russianl WIqSagrt to PMVft fy The camp. accordinglyv, was raided. St. LouIs. et. 26.-'The fifth fatst
al ^., ........ VIoleti. of tZM-ash neutralIty. We s d Henry aad Robert Wellsa Mliharl Ity as a result of the battle late Frt
I HI SVb0J kno--"-* ---w m -othiug of the supposed dm andt Barney Daugherty. Sanmuel Rig. day between detectives and suspectU
M --,nt-- ..trcmt t,, ipateh t our ships to that quarter' ler and George Wolvewrton were arrt. occurred today when William Morra
S.S Sb@ @ 2 tf e batree t a Ist lskly that the Russian sbip, ,ed. As the officcrs proceeded wth alias C. Hlatr, a confused train ro
$iK 'ih teed. ftb ol fap,, ehttag t, ,,,k by the Japan, thiem to town a constantly increasing btar, died at the city hospital. -
tSe 16 m les fhavngtj alf *ha ear -n minnio *tm .


-71,ftt &aWrigh. 1
WAa s J e. Them. The oicers were rimp.UeLi are John J. Shea. Thomas Dwyer an
uS_ b..-a work with slaoand attaeklang them without to turn every few mlnutei and :,< ( Jam e'aCusky. city detyrtiveW, an
A 4sad 14 IN mau askn ay Inquiry"- back the crowd. Al Ro;enaur, whom -the oMficr wer4
S h'1 1 a. All on* --- All the men arrested declare they trying to arrest,
= OW awarIed and work Ladno Oet. L.-lan the no0e die know nothing of the crime, and yoangc An answer to a telegram sent to (
111 Gaaa nint, O all' the patehed to St. Petersburg yesterday, Wahb has failed to identify any tof P. IAwson.' of McGregor. Tex.. hls
St British government pet forward them as the men he say taU t-e child, band or Morrin' ekter, was roevUv
,*....- certain dealnte demands in laugunane by 'Polleeman I.ally. of the St. Lodl
S, which, It s said, leaveslittle opening Found Dead In Their Home. department.
MLA Sw'hihII fo' aidle' oer any suggestlo of a comprotnise.I ChiiagU,n ,-Frt h-erii. P-, n "Bettd ao ore telegramrs r 11a
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Si O Celinties en These comprise apoltin( for the, ai.-
SB . ties from the Ruxslan ..qundron I n
lli ,. f Oct. l.-Charle firing oa the British ithl fle 1 t in
Sfull eompenhsatit1 for the seterrs.
.W1. c ll ltHopllea 1 it is further lnsUted that a search,
S.W lbklt tg. hrou in the opkiny ltig Inquiry shall be lnsltlted wit?:
i klhb i b wlachter aond deBety all despatch an i.un.ler con'i.'.
' psls witth s m d j which will Insitu that appropiiat, ac,
SwII atl *tempta have boeeI made liona shallr w f t' the ,,-olt of the .t
S* ptup e hitm, bbht all base fa!Ipd. v II t ation. 11i oth'r ur'd '.h
e .air.ap he will BOt eD take lv the ltypolh'Ity l._ ne ..t an 1


7N F yLiL okil and his datflt, r t
cilla. .::0 ;-nar, .. hi. have 5h f,'i :
dead at ii. ,:r l.tmt, ftorn ;i as a-S ;.at
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S-da4nE tMeOd tUe *omqa eon to
i wobts *ad a6s0 es ui of ma l,- pro.
i $ t ,00l1 1 ,b well a1d the
Amop th mos t exzuslire g tvets
b Alabu oouo t's Mr. Cave 61 Fort
SW..who hS made a fltne sadwng
R for he pw. two or thr. ye.a. Mr.
b wa.glta made ffro ar hup mrd rsav
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ag.!WOR Ger.anl thowend dollar. net.
jme4 Mt believes that eoai'dietas warrant
CIb ppsma 1O an isenMwd acreage
| ,. sh eeostem9ow n.o mmud will add about


a tO wu mWRARage. S g to hut that melons ave r.
71 X 0 "oo.d singif the grouwr happen. .to
S' trikt hhe market right. "The main
S r thing ,t the wiloa business is the
'a n pla in of the, proper vmrieates--va.
.0 ui e ( r ets ri ties that are prolific and bear and
ihpl wll" 'h*eOd, I, think I hbve
matr$%a.l4 ees o, and i propose to plant
heavily the eomiaK season, There is
,--.,,muo do Bo angr la overstackin the market
hsilU tdn lo, on the riqht kiand of stuff. to matter
( O Ioit Its, and II fe l sure that the
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Ss IMPROVING PROPERTY .
Perry M. Po4on Will Plant Large
Oreps on Old Chbeer Place.
Th ola Odhee~ plsatatlon, about
siu mil to he westward of this eity,
nd whIeh lies for many y ar ben
oo, the best known pisoe In that
setion., ha been purehasd by Perry
IS. COSmoo
Mr.Ooheon expeotp to make out of
this piaoneO of she eains and most
prollSo plantations n she eounaty. The
land Is f 1rll, adapted to the growth
of all sple crOps, sod will yei4e
heavily lan evrythlag sown. For the
p t felan It has been allowed to
lan down, bua with proper attention
an4 om e *xpnse the property may
be brought baek to is former value.
It i b the. purpo e of Mr. Colon to
e*aIoy a large number of handSi an4
for the aeomodation of these a num.
bet of house. are being oonstructod.
Thee hoans are not of the finest do.
sign,e but are built with a view to comn
fort and oaprenIeme., and good ma-
serial lle In usld in their coast rue.*
tlo. 'The work Is teing dote under
9the *sperlislon of Tax Awssror Willis
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SY SCOTT'S EMULSION I"'94 so than Mayo., owemi,
Ai Ome of She Savannah merchants
SScott's Emulsion addressed a leier rto Mr Mayoat sum.
'IrtlAPmeld, urglng the payment ,uf him
CAPES HIS N Scott's Emulsion bll fo, goods enti I, Rosewood. That
Scott's Emulsion was the irns Mr. Majo knew that his
RicoP Lat a Scott's Enmuls lm had been used. It did' not take

atuatr Scott's Emulsion ;v merheants who supposed he had bought
t'a Eun.rgy *e bills of good from ahei. aid lihe
.I UN ROUT TO FANCE -the old story, told times mttbils. o v,,, aS 1 o<', .N, a e..
without numlwr and repeated 'riinid things.
United *lat Mrsal Horr of over and ovLagain for the fit the neWnuitme sne mn a s who had
b,0ksonville is Due the Credit of w *lsimed himself off al fite (,tuwinu Na-
wure-Was Oonducling a Bus,. last thirty yal But its 'stha Mayo had dilappeareJ, and the
r In Porlo Ricl always a welcome story to iiiALrit^te livu benlookibg for h-i:
s.si, r -n."Uion has tlhet '-i those in need of strength and ,:red "in'eer (f Jacko'tsvl;l" ln .r
glopig ron erfeieoe Ito Samuel J. ray, health. There's nothing .in the credit of finally ;ueating hii.
'i well knowian ler.: the world that stops wasting I "trou gh methods known to the de-
SpTilled Sataa Marshal ,0oh. t., ipartinent, Ii>pector Peer floally lo.
of this eity reilvd a cable diseases as quickly as Scott's v aetd Samuel D. (iray I San. Jua,,. P
-today notifying hInu of the arrt Emulsion. I; ,and he was Identified at' one, On
I& aW' Julan' orto Itico, of yaet al 10|. 'eq colnpt of using the nails to wolk his
l We '' W e'll id ye- l J"B u *j hp l -'l. . ....-,, . ....
wanted on a oharge of using the MDoWN ..40 P.art % ,1.9 Nt 'Ouem the charge of tuing the nails
V d Stat maili for frauduluit, faor fraudulent puirpowse was made
Aftr his arrest (fray snve ", da him. After and the sam' night escaped ouia 'of iv hI o lin mrIn. Pt Ti ri.i i ?ltl a ealed Marshal lorr of the Southern
.AinvOr boWnel, fr Franct. I number of the thie iiiuisidiil Mr. distri of Florida requested the
United States Marshal Wilen., wit Mayo b'night na large bli 1f po.i f-r' United States marshal of the district
:ajve4~d Qray, telegraphed Marsatll tlIhe naw irt te at llinsdwiod. It w 'I of Porto Itico toarress ray, who went
k r$hna fu 0 ows thought ~fh was gul 'to inl [1 1 with by the name of "lry" in San .lMan,
"I arrested tiay yesterday. .udgel an mlsliul lar kTk for a cni: ry where hi has been ounductiug a busl-
bsaestand Iultedl States cominim iulier store, and that ihns ny f ilk" t rtl,*i nest known as the "New York Grocery
1.lMl in under 00 boiid. lie Jumped purcthaed ins extra large quantitis '3and Proilsion Company." He wi lo.
a s. bend. raking a French mieamship would I. hard t, dispose, uf in a oiated through a reglstered letter sent
'BgHalre at hight." ;reaeonal! ehagti!h of time,. ht M r. rtohlmby Hessie Lee t(ray, his wife,
N, arehal Horr has reported to thw Mayo had ilnay' buei ~ot)lderdrI a whom he married in Oi0nemville.
'altted Stat attorney.nral and' good cto r. ........
iud that the Department or Justier Shipped Goods to Jacksonville. Save* Two From Death.
li (raey arrested ulmo his arrival lt givi, ,hipin' direetii, th"i *"Our little daughter bad an almost
TraFne. and hold for extradition. i os,,i. Grav's Clever Scheme* goods K sthipsed i Jarcktrtville. ex bronahilti," wriels Mrs. W. K. Aav.L
The alleged fraud committed by, plaisling ti at h. had arranged to hrve J land of Armonk, N. Y., "bet, when
O'y eonsilWted in obtaining large quasi., the nlipi,,itd u|p the river at a special all other remedies failed, we saved her
iSesof goods frowi various niercelias low rat-. Ttiii w* agreei tbhe to ie' li with Dr. Kinl's New DlIAvry.|
Sa"ainnah 1,y falsely relreseaing ilavanTinh inercLhalt, undt the goods Our niece, who had coiaumptlona i
IaImself to be Nathan Mayo. a rer. were billed i cor-mt ig to directions. an advanced sage, also used this won-
".Jiof SisinmnerIleld, Fla., and hav. In fact, thEir e's',omer talked so derful mediein. and today she li per-
tfiy well." Despirate throat pad
i6 lthebe shipped to Nathan Mayo a smoothly about th' Iroumbl. of having luni disease yield' Dr. King's New
rp ewoud. la. It is charged that good* tranif(rrr.'Tl aerdis Jacksonville I)iSeoyery as to no olher medleile oe
y managed to obtain pouseusion of from the rnilro.W v to thtt sti aite oats, earth. Infallible for coughs and Oolde.
)am goodui in Jacksounvill and sold 1 that soim of the jli e rui hneti,i agreed to 4.l anud $1 bottles *uarantn* d by all
'them at disouni ftish, pocketing Iprepay the frvight chltrgc to .Jackson. drulsts. Tril bo i free.
te ptro doeed. ville. Natlaaii Mtyo)' critt was gils MEETING OF COMMISSIONERS.
SA far as know. tray eame to Flor- edge and t1iirt) dtiys waI the same
tBl four years ago from New York a* c ah Special Session Was Held to Restore
Itsae. He located In Oeala and opened The g #oo t.re vl, 4l lipet'd to Jack* Names Stricken From the List.
hberber shop. He made a number of oilville. T. t.il:, fur t ih goods and A meeting of the Board of County
ds nla 0(il0 arid surrounding iaoin 'the bill of lhdin.t werr forwarded by Comilsiiouers woa held In the eity
y. ,He moved to G(alinsilleo in the mail to Natihal M~Vio at Rosewood, Saturday, "
esly paft of 1902,. and for qeveraltFla. Thein. tmaaterat a Itmewood re- This meeting ws lhld forthe put-
q:sWiths was a barber there. Later Iw ceived ipost r v fm the supposed sing plid r .
ieaurod a position al traveling ale.. within 31yn to tf.r.ar.l all mail ad- .strlg, when possible and in con.
,, (for thla whol sal grocery houie drs s.dto Nal hai as to Jc.Ksun- formity, the ttame of the reglltered
OV Eager, Skinner A Co. of Jacksonr rille. Tis wa da(e iri itihen (Gray, voters of the county stricken from the -
(Mlle. Being a gowd talker and a pleai.- pIinK As 1 )o, having g itten pge lii.
aet, all around good fellow. he m iade IIio*n of th. frei!it K.If antd bills Ior was only oe applicant to be

.: lf'riend. l- Nov.embhro low, he lthe goods ha, l I' i *ttr WH ti Oh it rt^ored to h is, e ong on Wit4
i'Iinrried Mils licsie Lee Tyner of, railroad .Orllhic.$ t. gn oiaeiiilt^ uf eo ued, regiiterd Toer or
lteteille. and shortly after started the gods. itrlet o. 2, be i te Jonevrille
on county. a short distance from a ilaustible **xe out th, goods being The comri llioner voted to appr4-
:l sh.!le. i,< succeeded fairly well, wrongly nttr~e.d an l< routed ecurICed prie #300 towards the work of nma-
tS hd thought out a celitie whieh their dilr. In pr)flae Case s lilt a hard road from Gahsevile so
bushede to he egitimatt dlueryo.. cartdt^sena of tlie Mcanopy, said road to begin from
.ouldenable him to mnake money mUch bluffed chbot the cartlene uf the
tber than waiting for the legitimate Savannah mierhaints n not marking (ilinemvit!e. ld who own prop-
Spioslt on a g )ods od i a mall village the goods .IJackisiville" instead or y along thi thoroughfare agreed to
Mon. -'Romewoud." arid in one way or,; pay $800. which will make a total out-
Y The seh.'e was a bold uone anrid re- another got os'ssioun of m nt of lay of 8 0 for the road4 It l eni l
gjlred a thorough knowledge of the them-s. mated that tlhis amount will constru st
kma he had decided to permonate. Thi Sold 'His Plunder. o o ra
tlOry, tS told by the piital authorities. To dispose of the g'ods was easy to itle ov a mile f toad.


.lt*b obtained their information from .a man who had iated as traveling Confaesions of Priest.
.' lvannah mrchlants and from various salesman of a wholsalt. grocery house. Rev Jo. 8. OX of Wke, rk.
PIsen in Florida, who claim to harv especially as that hoose had gone otut writes: "For 12$years I suffered fLro
beent used by .* ray. without their of business. 1 e represented himself yellow jaundice. I consulted a num.
h.owledge of the scheme he wia work- to the tirmn u Alexander. Dyal A Co. ber of physicians and tried all sorts
.y Ig,1s fatoio:n of Hampton, Fla.. to lie ?Ipresentlirig of nediolnes, but Rot no relief. Then
The Man He Personated. the Southern iroeery Company of Sa- I began the uie of Electri Blitten and
SolnRg to Sutnnrfteld. Graly beeame vannah. Ie .howvd M.r. Diyal lot of feel that I am ow cured of a disease
tiaailted with %Mr. Nathan Mayo. a ods in th' drlI. at JaIksvlle that had me int its grasp-. for twelve
citing ih rchant there. Hlie otsulted markteu NStlai Miayon. Rosewood, anil years." If you want a a reliable mod.
m r.Tin telling a Pirey .tory about the gojoi iO'ine for liver and kidney trouble,
1 tyo. inll regard to starting a e or ral debilCty,
beig reft ias. .r s'unae mistake being tomach disorder or general debility,
ii.altoro a ,h(ainrd frm nhim the olwt 1 al's ,eet Electric tittere. ItI's guaranteed
SrAstores a of ahth firmny. froira.m hoI I by all druggists. Only bok. ,
iSeso hti ot islnmu throut w' of l firm. 11 hat Uli ti A, t- t shipped to
I tding htrmn of tahevuni[. [ haniptt. mnd 01cordin.t to theo"tHl- .
A hfdarsi If h' agerrt ut 1f1inpton, an or-
Oray learned that Mr. Mayo lt1d t -l lII
r".y viited the ihoute froiM which der ignel Na than i11 tyr was received
' bought; tha hlie did not know a by him. dir.ctin tlh't nU goodt con- MISS T EAU'
tnJer of any of Ithl ,fl;r.s serson- sligneid to Mayo be delvvrei to Alex-i BOARDING AND
uy ander, D),J (C'. 'Thi order wals
j, Aeeompauied by his wife. *iray went carril u.,L by the cint. iyal otig;t DAY SCHOOL
.nytihe givds in g')..t faith -..I pIAid the
kranah in Ju!y, 1993. Hel first 1 1i te
It member of the firm of the Sa- sii)isd allthal .! ayu fur iheit -.-
sh Wooenware Company, and numerous the sales of goods were GAIsESVILLE, FLORIDA
"Rt*Mah Woodepware Company, and a ao the real
nteeded himself as Nathan Mayo l"a(le at rgt, n i ofeal c.i.-
!lklutmertfield, Fla. The irmo had vltl t he tl., aelP t cgri
io7uly had business" dealings with thouadand' wer THRTITHe sold tA
Oeoand had always found him $40 per thouc d, aud 'other similar THIRTIETH YEAR"
Theoftherm w sales were made. The supposed Na
toh me mbe r yo the fiandrm was than lyo was such a nice appealing. Opens September 19, 1904
ato meet ri Mh o nd ws emmooth talking young man that no
than pleased with the liberal or- suspicion was aroused
1e ranelved. The order was for suspicion was aroud.
to be shipped to Nathan Mayo, Among the ilrmi that are said to .
e*wood, on the St. Johns river, have shipped goods to Nathan Mayo, fNOTICZ or FINAI. WRaCHAlaiE or
... was explained Mr. Mayo was ndwho were .tuck by the artistic eey I IA
It a swindler. wer .MrFe.Mayo A Co. Yu tint bereby glu that it M>onh% AT-


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U*IfS APIS aM D SO ,NO OAUINSVIXL. LOtKIDA. TWO PNatm ad 'iw
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SsOMSAN._NOT ALONY Licensed EiA nallient D
Prtiduta*t of tW0 MNo i Not Clity Council' Desired tob
Nas ursetir a Tt sM f Art That the Animal WA A*A
tins"UhS a andf TrrntEM MbA Hy* KobiN, mdC Ol4
t0w Um"0w MS 8and.I Prune, Used. Tphelulto. Easano Ke. ., d
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Rprdtlmp tbh0 e owA t mssl p NMpfleb. A mid dog belonging to
DIm, Or rly a bat rbe of ObaD- .. b Tn' er Telehe gin, s colored woman
vil tr a me hat at Ardeo rnyTe Tlep oGainesville, created a great
snd well Pkno w.a y jis ueetdn, TPe Wll repelv prompt itetl n. t m
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44 td ho t goveranmeasI beifg able to delgaten t0o the trans.MtAltlHasippl Ctun had bitten lichard dlaltimorea
*eusldj, klmelb. Ury, th young mercial e~Cnaresrs aeombled today tri ored man, a twelv.e-yer-old
man armttsFd la Poreo 111o fog fr.nd-* wonrI u hW1t ,1n uthes world 's f r joiner.
venta me of the mails ad who gron tIrs. During the Oseston of the en of John Smanier, u.d sa.e
s*kippd hki baod n4 embarked tof congwreO, whirh contintle thriurh il4 including "Jerry," the
Harte, Firm. u lray, maitlrs of Importance to rn Judge Ju J.. A. (arliae, sl on
r"tray swNldled a number of S4ava.* Ident of the transiMiAs.ll)ppi rvgofn flae doJe Iblonping to .1. A.
ah lmobhaatos, *a4 as he used the will be dismcnsed--Uebh a" Irrigation, The woman who owns the
Ualted BStatesi milse n carrying| o god roadl, river navgatluon and In o: I allisgt the animal
bhil ohPme, Psot e IJnpetor FFred>4 tertate 4rtnmmerc* liv. until It had broken through l
0, mm of hLisehy bh. bees hot on The mInetlg wai called to order by and made a radh for librtly. j
bie tria,' Peer laed G n la n the chairman of,, the executlivo omw vt1im was Esltimore, whn i
Jte fto. 10o, s4.l at the raqaue mittee., ion. Thomasa kchardso., of to be passing. Tih animal, is
of Viedtwe )MaSnhlI Herrof this PoNtland, Ore. In a short hItrpd101 sprang at the negro's throat,
eit~~uavt woIrse by the United addre r. Riroore managed to ward the
ltMW1th eW I *t4tdistriet of r-, M (te prdtt of the oor R. (' off, with she result that he wag
to Kores, of St. Louis, who soke at he The anchorr 1e 4d
same lenghl. The $abcr le d
*"I the abseo est he Jadpe of th some ent ten on tbe arm, when she manl
eW l n, O'y was p edr Cn spiral tislsed its light ina westerly
a se IlsesR e.tW f Ibyea Unite4 L* eln Conplay. e V alog t Union st reet, ia
"ses OJ. e ssavof.t J an.TbJn The R. Toney, the only danwhter of Mrp square. lHere the dog.
q 0m.atof4 le *-Wm totll.th t, try KW Surratt. whq wr.s nit SsmklgeE o M ts ihis boat. for being Involviedt In the E1.ein cuIn, laK boen ifrmned of tie
V" to p b.. omleSloaKt O piracy, Is dead ihere after ,.ers: rushed into Wsst MiCin sttee
e1 test "llHw for Hayt, Inse, fyearst' !net r'ilngf from' her ef. igun and put an end to the roeM
'It ape highlt he was arraigned forts to save if e mother. Hiue '.- Special Maeting Cuodu
h rwiosroS 6 years old. I There has been so mush tram
VipW "p0106 theh roftor ia"on u wt l
Uhst t li llt hi bood Mar- Quarreled Ovr SO Cntumoer with do
.U o Horwr e~Ns at Rabrtt.r to h lake Btler, Fla., Oc. 2 L-A WrN ppod to be mad that
apn U Aof Jptl Ualted Sta ft two by the name of Riley SBdley, was o.dem s aus d she 01 lComelllas
A e N. Ps. tipliu took up she sh t and killed by another negro by special siWonies the afternoon
totto -ith the shtroregauentl of the name of Hogen at New River, a 0omea sion. i the matter, It
stlPli mt atuW 0 request W spall station near here. Iast night. aided, Is order to auoeriael
Mde 4f I S tpiopes oQf qrsy1 The e lts quarreled over 30 c ctit those eNle was s fering fe
app hs I nas In l. that oeo owed the other. Another ne drophobla, so ead the head le
$isi dvelep ithts the offense go was also seriously stabbed wh flSi, So l the Pasteur mltl9
with wI s O a s harp4d sl not uone acting a a peacq maker. Hogan Atlanta, wheh was shipped by.
ris, as WIhlS the rmsaf the x. as ed In the afternoon. In the eye
mtrtleote msty'between the United the animal was realMly md Is will
Sties aSd Fa e. ttina the mall,- Established in 1881 masters ti I rather serious
4(a fsnedo uh purpose ti a m e. s Olls two human lives are i
saOrd 1t feloan, therefore fAiA and the dogs bitten by the animal
tbW I ltgras dotabts of tGay being T e h ky beoms afeetedas any moment.
...,,te4 Is JPsnse sna de tnad etntd ona -- .......,... .--
bS 3 o.lrheresre ,read.. d0p flH in U VrI5 Notlce of Eleon
roflted 4at the o( e Ahe r nt ed
Oomnatlaoner in lfrneRico in plieln
the swl at of bond quired of G(ray To the Sherlff of Almchua s'unty, "i
ats a e soualhthshe suoededed In State of Florida:
mearli bll and t th reinghe B it KnOWn. Thrai. I1. CL ca :rafahC
same. . I. fnty oU .4tu Iof he tatat ul Vldbl
PasseMngers of Kaisr WIihetm II. bereb ve notue thati .
Beril. Oct. 25.-T'. North Germ.,, t'On ne r ti E I c t il 01
statmer Katier Wilhelm II. which
snllq from Bromen for New Yorik t will be beld In Alselu county, batateOf
haadi. om Tuedayr ent mtoeecdin e th@ IS
dty, takes anWo her passenglern Oa r in November. A. 1 19, e bs sad Ta
Nte. OGalakl Sand her husband, Hans -beins the
asher, who goees to tho United "l Dkf o w
States cm buslae.s for the giunworks Eighth Dej of Novembif
at DOsldorttl Mme. Gadkkl's 60 cong. o Fo Pirve () P)resdeenaal KWeeotr


ert SSeSteets have been lmereaspd AV"TV RepmaUvc of the r dm
to 0., The Ktalsr Wilhelm It also OLD RHUARPR WnILLJuAsl coiareorf t le UaId Int E i
takes Dares yo DBVacheo-fadden- Guaranted 8 years old. B the .ar (oetorot of a se oft hortA
bamen. fir stretary of the German gallon $8.00. 4 full quarta O wtary of ate ot the t
nbatssy at Washiatme and Dr. Her EXPI.JsI PiEPAID MW. Attrnero-uenesrsttiheSttawof
au 'Vnm Psart, tbhe theatrical cfn0 12El. 3. ( LEMA. TEy compnrroner orse tatee 'tortrfl
sor of Be st, who Is going to Amerlea Oaranteed 6 iera old. 8 th tesrer or e af ate of FlbOs
to It e ations that may be useful gallon $3.7., afull quarts .o t wTea of Vunk Enb. t
to the police adillatration of the EXPR IE P1EPA1! Yur rnom nuipomer or A:4rcuitLtf of I
Owll theters. Dr. Voo Poassrta; ANVIL RI B Setofr aorf.a -j
wie was formerly ComeUll Ryder, a UU aran ed 4 ears old. B the r so.e oid.0 sS to rex yer C.
pltaaot of Chicago. gallon $2.0. full quarts 2.75. ]r Three Jaumsies or the .$ruiree Cti
E ... PREPJAID the State or orids
S flF ACLIFFORDI RYE owtoe Orta.Usro (utnumimtQonerfr r
Blt8=FrS $A= or Iwld, .
adser ta mby vtrtm* t ta f zeamu isW- Bthe gallon- 125. 4 1 f luar l wTw 1, o f tme @ite it o-t 0 r
,aatlor iror a e tor At^bua OLD IP MTER IRN X CiDt or 0 2 unt Jidge.
eo4t"y ft 1Uf04 to -iad %smier the ""w" 'verm I .,w
a V EftbeaW 6tI1 aa. wt.eroln.A at. Guaranteed 4 re ... ld B the L' asrit ttrrt.
sobe?. mU oft utlhi gallon 2W. l qtart s2.78. $ ., Wcl ,or i aixr
t6adefe4at. I have Sevid uga asd PRPIl R A TaM Coector.
bsft e a dor Oah KRLTUCKT 1 5 V- oumty Trasrer.
on t ruwwhdar ofiKovember. A. 3 On(o anteed 68 eam t k tonth epritndnt o Pb
104, btsenh Weal A t. hela.. fte el s66 64"'4 W ., aB
on o., tl ouow derbebd r er- gpalton (.00. fall qltar -. For County iureror.
lUot W er XP N RPA|D l ive Countyru,.mmIe*oner -
has pTil0ems5ah i erwo wWsa ey. We handle all th al dit .*4nd of Tbree Memblerno 0 the count y
oWr boaWhi or ,.r o Reshe mav r' mrs" ofhe Aes"- i.ni st
swe kt and will save yo trem n per cent ls Jue of thre l.,ei.. Ni. f*
a iof or, at euso ow w. to per n yr pushase Send T. i. .1 4it i 16. S17,i1.i,*
aI- u t bot A 4for prile lit eattalogue. Maile For Coanse tale a for te etthe E
i wva atobe A or 4 eupon p,*'ie t.ie. m eLASp.I, sA:No iv o1. t} 1
unmW, sa THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU It o ,"
Sh e. n&b 'rasedt a (res L
o*f W *im"ty. LIQUOR COMPANY, weL*. t.dn. al, t bem, WA,s
NYeani OWe POUOUATIOR. S*lflIFOER W TERTF lTy yT. I. 0. CL AY
HWI mRets ICm_ fL W. ronme, -t-bm A ls e
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SJORITY. Bl Fo :tat 7000




,,,,ner. under Adt Of co votes in the ..ltoral coll ,ge, the rIe of th pubie property. Thoi -
I -' ._ lIemoeratic NaLilnal to'IM:,rite will e ioMte of ,.i(jW &*ree of forls, iM.a,
.Evm Neday sad Tthurday make publio today the r.. r itr tLhe Take cold easily? Throat aged inuder the best frits ry melthoie,
it UaltIfT 7rva$ of the country it l.rge. givIr5 wnderP LUyng wqakP Any ai.nd the nnl return from it. pretty
the .States whelh It expiet. to carfy relativt halV CO IsiumpOP regular In smooat i sugi olent to sen l
w------ .m lI' reUions dtr i eonsummelur -o
SMcCEAR Y. E.litorand i'bul'r. and t'P Theb a ough means a great aII rteqiremienlt. Whe ii a I l s elui
.- ... inp t f carrying u.i.h .strte als .i down one or more aIs'panled, sad te.
T....s orJ it.i*rI< .. r '-" "ruard s u" tRL'&I "utt CIiel h e rrdy ,ield is eo equoet'ly uidiatllehing..
I TrRiOite*CL-in. N, 1. I1,ev N1iol No tree ti i ta sill t is of a growth to
TWOe.m-Wek $r $lIa year; sixi yesr. rdny that the. Finm-i ie hld yield the uhaxInmnum profit. This pam -
be, V.,; single ei., f+ recehl Iti report frosiu .nvry Stale in eCtOar aI I the Ci I tpeMSl., with a Surplus.
A.V, itSAN the Union, a that f tot t f-l--r-s
,m AI>" lH theUnioi., an thalt ft ilu deal to you. Follow your --
fIar isd 10eOrm a i-h ih doctor's advice and take Ii lf stayed that Mr. Kemp, a wousla
iflserfton., 'x'tvomln hntion hl rm ir Wilin* FI. I"t Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It of 1e"wral Kbmp, the Boer oamimad.
played advrtsemnt fr r' e e hirman Wiim t ealts, Strengthens, prevents. or. has diseoverd beyond Spetlakke ,
S 12 Mronths ati aweial rates. ove""# llr-_ Ir filep t h *, h, Il ro t**, In the northern Trallreal, tMee 6p nee
rimiihed upon aiplpiwetio.s ott.t h.My b f removed frot, .pr tori or the .
Varrniage and Peith nciti'.e inserted Lh 1 night. Ttieir work will n i t. s. r. A. tn1il.tul W, c try of Fild ,iar.itali Lord kebsuse,
l, O51tuarles, 5 cents a line. coniivtied tuiztil omtne tii.tn totalty. vVt. ,il., Abet 'The vali of the truaure i sitie t.e
a...b ..- -- aided as th iy t re by overi ,B: l f.oril. i 4 ll 'Ath *1.i ,00,f of whteh the tl n s
(k R CLr.sINO Lt.T, tial e;rs:"and a i Bun and the Thricea-Week ing Over the. -guret. a V n AA l g--- .-,-
.Y ) World O eu t y'ar ....... All thel total, sle t in ares being fIoUt-Lt npI ehr wsllt t ,t
5un and the Atlanta a.IIn A .preeeh went to AnIpsdi,
eehly Condtiiutin one year. edand verified, and the stMtement to L, hu aild 1eevw deion4tosollottil Inqre eof lsgt.
7-Wekil* Codteiauion one yaear,,. 1 7 beo l vy .
utin and the Atlanta (Ga.) b Miven out is expected t> be one of t t a , "Ualaiy!" rthe desist, "Mk1IW
i.Weekly Journl ne, year. 1 W, the most elaborate and detailed affairs mht on the rel u W I thoech; e0 worked omlet
Sun aRG the SO*ini-Wetkly of its kfid ever put out by a national might ltur on the ee. hWi l sues o'Ad I do,' heh kl plIled t
e.-'pion one year........ I 50,commnittee. By galilnt into the details. I later the 8tato comittn will 1ee! a ia 0 I ls, sb it 4fpllOe, |as
,. -nohe at oerltle om(e th de ait statEme cor it its own In detail. F Irom Sa r Il@e dIMl e, .
We will not Ievept stamps o(f a 1tem oe i the reports shat haw# 'oe Ir W Is -'iti Ite ia It re- boom
rdenominatl]on thatl 2 4nts. C. iodee in Its figures and n upth e ta t ile ifmnuucountisl the State maof. Iul, Y om.
..r pnrts whloh halve come to it. s akae -aib 1*
^ M- I In the table to be lssuied the national ger are absolutely confides of the r ..
jDB.CRATIC TICKET* election of Judge Herrit *and the *a-
MIOCRATIC TICKET committee e will laimn for Ilarker the et o eI'riok sad hi e.A "
.or PAresient. ~ Solid South," with Woel VirgIhia. tire State slike:. As a ample of whtl solved& ag enet s mn6
rLToN I. I'Ar elt. i Maryland and Delaware along the her their reports show in he liano redm.. ,lvedsS aw lhem tiait
Sof New York. der. New York, New. lers and n- ton of 'the Republioan vote in pupe ".T .. h* i gi ai
netiUt are claimed In the Ecast; In. iState trount le, the following extrakl. 0i Ih se m I
H ENY ;. ANIG dianti and Wiconl aimorng the Geel. were obtainable yesterday new B ros Id to th.e .
of WA lt VirWulO. tril Stai s and Idaho, Montana. C61o- oKLe t eve lian. s*'
radqo, Nevada, Italh sad W ashington .ct. Vote Coeded ConIeded Ih Republ w, I.
SnnI1 e Stntes. llttor, in the West. This would give a total L :t il .a 1451 1 l p y.. '
JAMES P. TA O. of 277 votes for Parker, qnd will lerve JeffeprsOn... .<..V54 3 0 2 ,00 1
Member Congren. nind DIstrict, 190 for Roosevelt, giving lPaker a mI- 8t1ratogat .. 0 Aso.ag ele to p '"a '

P denttor necessary to elect. The tab!e of the St0heneetlady ..lN 10 W $17.42 ia r' u.%r A,
P t. BARLEYr. ,committee will bte as follows- Ontario.. I .20 1 16 1L 00 .18.0 in t1,07 iiC
T.. JENNIN GS For Parker. For Rpoosevelt. Wae 8*2 2h00 -2"t ly due to t.he u ,l
j k. GRAOlY. Alabama ... 1 alIIfornia .....I 10 Ntagara ........ 16 0)0 even
.A. B. NEWTON. Arkan gsas ....si Ilo ... .2lornrow .......70 o010 80u be so tight it is h imeslh
F. B. STONEMAN. Colorado... 5 lowa .... ..18 A.i thn ounte ore od.iel, R lhoumgb theo h Be.
IL .or o ecntie .u 7 K0 Ml l .a t. I 10 Ct
": Governor, DIelaware ,, Maine ... 6 publloan stronghold, na4 the catm. l a
S NAPOLEON B. 1 IHOWARD. Florida 1h tIaeeahusetts ,16 paign managers figure that with thena, SAime$ Oallahbau, a ahnie t
Se.tar oFeortnta. 1 MI.ch iia.. 14 sweeping redutllon. In the Republieth lenthroplutwho d4'd a. pe~

Kentky .....18 New INmpshire. 4 down to the city will b0e no more Cts CI blaesthe S5.01 f Ur he l k
Attorney-eeral, Louisana... P North likota.. .. 4 50,000, u.o hat the 118,000 or 120,000 meka$ndp a teo#i* tooI a.i dot wo s
WILLIAM IL. ELLIS. Maryland ... Ohio .... 28 xpeted in Greater 'New York will odrPtAu ons Uoh, hAtm m .nst nps'
_..._i Cor.pi. 10 Or io 4.... overcome the Republean phei rl m.ty u 04 .iblo f4 an 0 ioi.. %6 sWop""
SJoN troller. Montana .... hode Island. U4 the State and elet derriok s well' *rle lasisSllio,,".,
W.ILAM T. KNOTr. New leiy ... 12 mont .c .. av column by a ohiusderato margin. Secretary Ouesrees of s e Rpob



.Tae .. 3 (ioaO0Oh D. there are plates to the n omber frlutlb i t. er 'ap Mr.: On etb e

B. L '.MIN Washington .. keeps ou kiwrislaves, I tig a man's po. report on "Qtha.hl Aptlost bsoM Bsl4
.ON. m. iMrOer, Misscourin..... i r lan he keeps A ay age from three
fifteen girls 1 so, seven or eight




ft. tENWICK TAYLOR, Tcr a4rw e being tht age at whil h mosto change n l.terest the people ppteS .6
-estes Rupreme Wourto.ohile the figures as given iove bau.n. The girls a le purchased to do care Itotle whether tay es""pshlqa RIls S. at
OBtiT._ S.Co.Efl. arenotoficiallygiven outby the na. housework, It being cheaperrto buy made. The t. blight pflhswOlss. n
TROBER 5. COACK I.LOD tiomal committn ....t was "arned !es than to hire, Slaves vary in prime. flambeau clW, eamephlad lI ula.ead,


J. B. WHITFIEI.D. tedAy that t.hey are substantially those Ten dollare'l about the average. but oiliser sdolisueeell iieee of (oses t"
to be announced today. In addition much depends on the ifrls appear. presiJde0tial e wfets a4e atte'her.
ftepvementatir.e, to merely claiming these States for anies. A gOod-looktg girl will fetch absent'.
AM. ROI lMAN. Parker, shoe statement from .Mesrs. or even ."
0. TLLAN. Nieoll and Sheehan for the committee *- New York Cilay bas us *p i ..ed
County Judl, will give the fligtres by which they ex. $40,00M0 elbway A.d i 1Ipetl'ag e"-
ff. Maon. pect to carry the States of Nw York, Take a sver do.llr, let It drop1 14000 b .sba me s1 11e0s1e
New Jersey, Indiana, Conneeticut. Mt. the table and you will notice a ring. $i0,Nofth ri glhr.t A qlin0o ..' pMe t o b
.,.and. Went Virgin-IS, tIte W ar the ring grobrelf or give Is to the WZor tk 11s4. A1'69 b kh l a,
L W. F "EI. Fll, Wel afr"'ed Wimon lo frendld bhe dolar io u l and we t W s
* __ Montana, Colorado. and Nevada, and Eviduntly tslhe *ity 466 odet4" an w .
Clerk rrunlt 'Court, explanatory note. also. will apply it ont your *obseriptilof. dlinl 5heiEs so*id-. ,.
S. WIFprNGES. Another nice experiment consists 151m roedlg of the tieo eomfqe. ". a.
9. R. o... There wate iteneral air of ooafdence
There t aenrl irof onfldene taking a new dollar bill anud fodingl ,
Tasx A sesoor. at Democratic national headquarters I everal times. nd then unfoldiRn ]umor has i that; the p id Mea bee,
W. W. COL.SON. yesterday a a result of tlh reports it you will note iI orease. te oered inter bete R
Tax Colle0tor, which had been received from the v creases for your Sunday trousers and and Japan with a view to effetlag
W. D. DIICKINON. roe S1tes, ll of wh had come then send uw the original bill. Thil pease. It the preldt is ot ease6 l of
after personal canvas. In addition to can be most easily secomplish.d thirty his olft mt ** meet tith el o a t oNo
1uprlintendent of Publie Itistrirtlonr thil, the Carniegie hall Itllting. at .eeonds after threshlen. When you exception as 414 the Jewish petition he -wll
DR. J. L. KEI.LEY. which E. 'resident Cleveland spoke. havee will to Russiatl.. '
-..... ~gave added confidence to the party y n t e wilt ,,,a q .1.
County TrPsure,r. e eerfull put you on to another great
W. ROR m. eme. The Itepubllesi preos IsizplJotistn a te le la m
-I--t. aFrian From spaurces of Information which . --- table which show ihift th x ea '.io sigll ip ,:
County Surveyor, were to be credited it wag allo learlled The dauRhte.r of Sit Chentung Liang hard drilke peaed the i re o of a, writel faIlld*i
AIAMES CRtOXTON. that there no longer isl any lack of Chen, Chinese minister to the Unlted the military establishmr4ts In 10, I ape
PCoulnt'y (onmmtlonrs. funds. t lhe disposal of the national States will make her social debut in They can't ,l any temlranee vote the author mh
J. G. DAMNPIER. committee. There is said to be plenty \W'ashington some lime this winter. in that way., o lesto. .
J. G. OBTEEN. of money In light to conduct th eam.n- She Will be the first Chinese ffirl for.
C. C. PEDRICK. MpKu on proper lines to the ciloe and mally to nter Amerlean society. She Tihe modernb l wI" p4leqe the Wie,& Es
FP. POW INEND. to meet every legitimate expense is 18 years old. and to recounted a de. caresses of three heho6 in sueeeslon out bo
without any cramping. and enable the elded beauty, recording to oriental at 60 yards, of four ait harf the dl-* att6ils
er. Members of Fehoo)l Board, committee to conduct a whirlwind Ideas, though her fee% are not de. tance, and one will kill a man after 'jdp PUI%
T. A. DORKEF. campaign In all the debatable States formed, passing through the trunk of a thiek whli h i0t1h i t
W. .. MARTIN, duri.ig the remaining two weeks. -"-----* .. -- -. .'
IR. It. WEEKS. Vie.Chailrman Nleoll said yesterday 81ace 19WI the number o6 motor cars .-.--- d. .- "ht ee.
.. ... that practically all the document taled has increased from 2,8097 to 12.- Some people think, hl f iso i*p- liWi fi l ee
They don't kiss one another.in Japan. and literary work at the headquarters M4 In the same lapse of time the thetle campaign just because the lhatRihted O
This ound.strange, but It will sur- had been completed, signing that as lIftl number of hbre#. in the country newspapers are uo publishing s4 i eet is v .ttet
0Pri some readers to learn that at the reason forth laying ollof the large has decreased by nearly J2,000. the codints'of fool election bWea. Din if beecel u i
ol time kissing was not allowed In stlff of men which has been at work present filgre being 1.24.000, while "-eome people" may be dliappolaWd,. 0., '.




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REPUBLICAN

Natl al, State sand Coonlraslona
SI Ticket 1804.

Presidentl Electors.
0. F. Buffum-Franklin eo ity.
Gee. K. Robinson-Marion county.
I Ono. H. Holmee-Brevwad county.
U. A. W. Wendell-G-adeden county.
A. M. Cushman-Alachua oounly.
For Governor-llon. M. B. Maerar-
se, fl lllIboro.
Secretary of State-John F. Horr.,
Monroe.


ago


i do aNo
* is w Mb ba w is110 am v ip
'h (e rl h d th ef weo mr
SS le to to $gto- d le e ry. It
io eeeWSlillF usas to as e.ma ive
sa l yh b sm I latrt eOr or op a
tallwny ira. e moiet saks bho
Asoaonwith the sallie geond4or In
he simgl fore for a nSIg pie In
th-s em uartmoen, Tfhis I not so
la our aobhera cusory, where a lady
buas t fre and she b6ee places.
I was Purprlod to 0nd so nMuob 1goe.
IbM aetS PFlortld prevslllna amno
tkepopl. I talked up out St t In
ploall and ( lswv1le In partloular,
ovryWhfer I wom1. I was frequenlly
St04 If Plorida wee *os a land of
mwapel lligators ad moquito.
ome r"merom ons feadered It is
wep po"lbl* o9 nrin eora down her.
Th qebMaono roand my !re and I
Oxpae led oa the lond of soandopo
ald isunbine, she home of the mag.
rle rd tb aemosking bird, where the
plreapple and palmetto grow in all
shelr glory, till ty were glad to stop
sa ad4lrs ounr Sase. There am
thouads of people who need oar
balmyamlimt., and who are abundant.'
ly able go some here and sped a part
of t6h emuor, If they ouly knw of the
earatve power of our sunshle. I
foand rheruaaes, oosumptives, anor
vose people. and oe who were pub.
Joet to various mladi because of
sh ood, s 'werO amasned when I
aM tshom whatl fPldor had done for
O tor sirilarly aflleudd, The taet Is
ear IStLe he aSo boes dvertlsed sft
016ely smaog these i people. I
WOeldpay Sslawtlle to sse4 titera-
an r l ower be No and West to
-I or pplepo know what Florida 6I
t he IMa ld. Masp who not
trNo 'boer heavy olpues do not'
ikh ltpouiblb a hne lvinghher,
U. o Ssry *h boot "I f nd
wfl!Ua q soto, ons ooth, but
iby had boa afraid of etarviux to
t or blowg was to her poor house.
w bom use- he bi u Aoud see that
Sur-tou h kIhoon by those .who
IaM emily be ldeed to euairae to
St o meetry. There are man
paDpl livIng I n mountao of
bMil, Otla, tyasees8o and Res.
Sw iy, whom is le alma Impoeslble
totiat a lIvtoil, farming on hill.
1i ON steep thkl it I lposelble for
hermele to pIlla msgom up them,
Os oeMt eOdlly he laiieed to setle
Is Flors sad add to the wealth of the
8es. Floriusda has euh elimas,
eaouh wa0 ple)aty of saw. a sufft.
oeles of poliesU, bus she hu too row
people. The.efores of those who die-
"io the State to b built .up, to In.
ore 9 p1mep valweO, should ehrys-
Wl nateoad he point of gettlang peo.
phl to 0o hen antd live with us.
1 hanl ot teax your readers with
Wy Oees o my deliveraen.. I am
8l4d [stw the exzilton, the grand
prattle of Mhe West ate all she Bp.
! oI wasted., ws fed on ohieken till
I sl l*ed of is, shook hands with hup-
d eds Iuolfds of other dsr.. re-
sewed She M e of aloslaos whtih
houn me to may dear aI true
fteOs. an bd sh e opportunity of
estreslug ebedisioos between the
two seesteas of oar roes noutriy so
M aodsabegot our FIelds. To
thle (ded of se own town who
Md. la pesscbl for e to take this
stip I shall alway feel m-pet under
-esolobllgqseuoa. be itely,
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sBm -Mse slhav1 loo w l RMINS DALE, ialttiuer1 Rye, i
Bhen We!o r nw. 'Comptroller-1. L. Skipper Polk. OLD FAMILY CAIINET, Rye, it ye
Saflse Wser blwit Traeur*o--E. M. Brelford, Dade. BRLTU$, xaryland Rye, 10 jyearI
ls. els ble Superlntendent of Public lastrue. MONGONiHELA XXXX Rye, 7 ye
Siat m* hwe o artt. I WA-W.B O'Nesl. Oag. We h lpprompy aId I. plalm b
a i b f tm e st lay to om of Atieoultue-J. 8. order to MARTLAND WHInKEY (
ofy tteed of tho Wate=m Wiedeo o Mloner H. J.
SRht*, t. ,lnt ft Jobhe. Etb
1" aSobe tameseooal beftg hie Supreme Court for torm of
Go Wstrn "ki". I -six yare-W. 3. Sheppard, :Essabia TVTT
SW od o oe he upreme Court-). 8. Farr,
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Come and see us. Our stock embodies
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A Free Souvenir
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SAND TITLES...
"*TTh/' ,ur.im 4f TItle a iret earnideratim for the ;I ,tor."1'
Title is what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
know what you are buying.
Titles ordinarily invisible correctly revealed to you by ..
The Alachna County Abstract Company,
G a, "r nees-ville, Florida.


..GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS..
IAIL FAtTVUSRi OF-
Pure Sda Water, all FlvMrs, BIr Ale, Rleel B d Dit Uer, Cider, it
OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
Write for p'rtcr, CanMs A bottler are not mold. buti aui be returmd.

T. F. THONAS Nic Anad's Salon ad Ce
Underaking Cok ille, Flo,
0ide ainlil0 Merahants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m.
Bmrtl-emay Rchesrter, as la.
ported Warbrer Beer ea Druaght
FULL LINE OF
NEPW GOODS. Steak., Fish, Ohop,. Iamei season,
to order. Pool, Billiards. Bowing
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thii ltse. NMal mad t IegrnIph order,
premplly allended to.


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oll off faleisaks was trad-.
ille yesterday.
StO of Aolbm wa eonme the
i0 aleaewille on Mawdasy.
,W. Oheamberlsl of Taoma was
*(oa-mcllsviwlo e Monday.
hWs ll of Melroe is lan the
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DN P Xileh. one of the leading
Ia losmaee. paid the Central

A. Orrs ad wife of White
aeb is the ly, aid wlll sped
i da witt his brother-in-law,

m Spismh d family have re.
e F airbset ako this8elty. eand
iPpleesastly located In the
a on corner Lessalter and

i atah, memberof the firm of
Sftlath oo. of Alsehua, was a
visitor to Olanesville yeter-
iMe u ports that cotton is still
i t ta lively rate.
S O at. the merchant, railroad
i id general trucker of Clysutt
iluer to the eity yesterday.
a the farmers are expert.
troqle In getting the
for their fall planting.
iSheriff Walkr of the West.
yeasteoday boughtt to the eity
i: nH p ho a charged with.
to gik w. After hearing
i il the eae Justlee Col-
ai^aMs- d Brown to thirty days
Pam',
M. Ilaughtrey one of the meet
io srekers in this part of Flor.
ved i tShe aitt yesterday from
H e4 expects to plant
In that eaetion, pst says that
weather is greatly" intrferring
'S0* transplanstag of plants.
Wmn. B. Goodwis. has arrived
Sixty from 8eafod, Del. She
spead the winter here. Msm.
wima ha many friends here who
always glad to Wee her, and who
1b delighted to learn ,that she de-
to make her home rne re during

r an abenate of everMal months
aver and other poita in Colo.
|( Mrs. H. L. Nuohinson and
or, Mrs. Wheelr( returned to
hotne In this ,ity yesterday.
will be locaesi at the Chapin
Ma. 106 N. gardenn street,
b they will be ,$eased to receive
p h samndo.

W. Sparkman of Oyril was in
Mrlille Tuesday.
IV'. Wells oW Alaehua was eiroulat-
floeg friends in this eity Tues.

tly Sherif Lilviugton of New-
ypaid Galnesville a vlsit yester*

T.* ilehard and son. Oarliasle, of
t w e*re among the visitors to this
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Cemetery. .It is estimated that the
work will eost $00, half of whieh the
comumiluoners have appropriated. The
ladies wll do all in their power to
also raise sufficient funds to extend
the road from the cemetery gate to
connect with the rook road already
constructed in the cemetery. Thi
road s the cemetery is a public road
and will connect with the road leading
to Micanopy where It erosee the A.
C. L. railway east of the cemetery.


;- raiser were In thsoity yeiter-
bvielItiu relatives. Di A L IC
. 1. Pulling of Howthorn was t.READ THISJ.
s_ thbe large number of visitors to Jackson, Tenn.. June 4, 1901-Thfii
arvtille on Tuesday. is to certify that one bottle of the
t'.0. Keenard. one of the promi. Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery,
t yOuung men of Waldo was a visl- 'has cured my wife and myself of kid-
.o the eity yesterday. ney, bladder and rheumatic troubles,
* C0. Srteney, a prosperous plant. and we most cheerfully recommend it
SfGraham, on the 0. A 4.. railway, to the public..
.in theeity yesterday. K. HIiC" ANtI Wtx.
' HIoks of Waldo, the venerable A TEXAS WONDER.
,ln Sanufaturer of that section,
I t visitor to the city yesterday. Une small bottle of the Texas Won-
IWD. Holder, the merchant prince der, Hail's Great Discovery, oures all
hI cllie, accompanied by his fam. kidney and bladder troubles, removes
k wn Oisitcrs to the city yesterday gravel,. ures diabetes. seminal emb.
B. oion, wak and lame baeks, rheuma-
S Powelltheth poplarsalesan and all irregularities of the kid-
he consolidate rocery COM-
teCsed through thfa city lneys and bladder in both men and
i. psed through th city Tuesday wnmn. regulates bladder troubles in


bI Mmoioin'g Wonder odalve for iS.
by J. W. )tcC,%llm & Co.
F. K Rei.'.ardt, *n of the mer.
ehauts of Waadt. was here ye*4lrda|
for lhb purlpite of taking in the show
T, J. Turner, one of the enterprising
farmers of ite Fannian section, was re
newing hkl acquaintaaees in the euit
Tuesday.
H. F, IIrteiher and wife of ()rang
Heights paid tl6e city a visit on Tues
day. having come for the purpose o
taking In the s low.
Capt. J. B. Willox, thq well knowi
phosphate miner or earlyy Bird. was li
the elty Tuesday on a combined trip o
pissure and busieia ,
D, M, Wilson. a suecesstul plante
of la rose was a visitor to the eit]
Tusdlay and took advantage of bhi
presence by calling upon The Mun,.
W. A. Ros. an industrious eolori4
farmer of Alahua, was in the elij
yesterday, and while here called f*
this offlo, renewlni his aubseriptiom.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and twoi
daughtersof Jonesville were amongI h
visitor. to the ell y yesterday. havinl
come for the purpose of taking in thi
eirous.
B. C. Johnson, E. A. Flowers am
W. F. Beokham formed a party free
Campville who visited Gaineaville yes
terday. Thny made a pleasant eall a
this ofBie.
Henry Piekett, one of th6 sueessfu
business men of Jonesville, Newborrn
and Palmer. was in the sity yesterday
Heo was accompanied by his daughter.
and two eone.
C. 8. Anderson. member of the flra
of Riley A Anderson of Wade. i I1 ab1
city. Mr. Anderson will shortly be in.
rested in a new business venture tc
be located in tHaineillle.
John Price of Meirose was amonl
those who visited (islnesviTle yfter
day. While here he showed his appre,
elation of a good thing by renewlanj
his subscription to The Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. May of New
berry were In Oalnesville Tuesday
Mr. May conducts the New Yorl
Racket at that point, while Mrs. Ma]
superintends the Commercial Hotel
one of the most home-like places to tk
found in the county and the travelinl
men are always glad of an opportuallt
to atop over there.
Dr. II. L. Montgomery was amomi
the prominent Mieanopy folks thai
visite" bineesvill e yesterday. The
Doctor Is oineof the most widely knows
physicians nA thle Soth, as he makes i
specialty of a large number of dis
eases that are generally pronounced
Incurable, but are usually brought alt
fight wonder hil skifllul treatmen.
C. 8. louglass of Alachun wa a vih.
titor to Gaineville yesterday, and wai
a plksant caller at The Sun offi0, har
inm his name enrolled upon the sub
scriptton list. Mr. Douglase, who ii
on# of the moat substantial farmers in
the Alachua section. ays the farmen
have been experiencing some trouble
in securing hands for gathering the
fall orops, as a result of this conaid-
erable'cotton and other product hai
been lost.
The county commileioners are to be
commended for their action In aldin|
the ladles of ,ainesville in the son.


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Snew s be a Ie al: Mr .nd Mrf- A. Rao^ 56 of
fCbb*.ae plat f1r ale. W. le. j i dor were r t.,pngx t the eity l
Browa. tOd.Sw yestenlay.
Walter Turner uf Nettleton wa& .1 E. \1'si,, ,,f Arclhr ai.d eore
trading in the eity yesterday. liegai*y of 11,i1r iasV returned
CV II. Iteres of High Stprings wasi frnm JaOvnIlle, wltre t!.y wlts on
registered at the lirowa House jster,. I a birf vi,0t 1t the carn.val. Willam
day. P '. itain. ,r seofW'aeaioosa. to l*em.
.1. C. Nowberry ofr Hih sriuls wa s elot Iwmbnr orf the ifeal uof t'ounty
among the business tisitnre lf tiis olty CommrniSslmers from that distries, wO WAS TAKEI
yesterday. a visitor to thics tlyesterar. i o
)Ile i.ole Halls is spending a few J. H. a'st'sr, T. A. la y ad.H. B. ft Shorwtf Pea
days in tawannah as the guest of Mfile Brooker, all prominent elstiome of I Torgg OvW
Helen lieArthur, Wet Eid.werw in town Yetedlay "A OtO 1P
R. J. Frgateh. the merhant of H1ih mat4 eTheSin augreeaW eall.
prvinge, was trasmscsinx business In For al --Sd m ae w ood farumin t e.
this city l iterday. lild one mile froe. laCroew; 1 Willith n
ti ci na. !ere ia euloulvtloa; four feast was avill"s
After brief business trip to this houscson premises. Terms eel6. .'
city. W. B. Anderson of Wade ham r. able. Addr we F. Cookeel, L- a.I n I
turned to his home. CroP. a. wast M a' be
r.nd Ni J. W. Dld of I J. Carter. the merchant of Nt*w. 0 gSj
Mr. and Mrs.J. W. Davidsn of berry. was among be business visit
Hgh Spriap were aeong the visitor to this aity I*e berdsy. M. CarterVI s, P. 6
to thistyjoeitay. w.. et tthis Ct yyeaserdy. p Mr.i her wmhmmn
tohi ... .W S Mor several f l eem o g la -0d0*e 1i.W,
County Surveyor Jame. Creut of menmesttle busls as ZJdes. wS -.. ..
Micanopy was a.enth. he vislio tor te' joyedd a n trade. In.,
Galnesvile Yesterday Miss OenarutoeCush mabhesPn.Ito

amopy, was an o0 al64 visitor to Of9 the ne-t few weeks pleeeuly as tbe
county espital yaterday, g.uesnt of MIss FloarMsl al. Mjoa
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Orifln of Mallard is welf kooSn hoen. huvl sl"-;
NMlu(opy were animong those who pid formerly resided eO Amlaaorlie1s 0000 l-
(Gineville a visit yesterday. After a brief visi to relatI ve a
Major 8. 0. Mean of Melatosh isa faiefNd la this eilt, L. T. Reoag, smm11 l
searedt to his home. after a brl Johnk, an d daughter. Mise Msq, lMe
visit to relatives Is North OCleaville. retired io their behe at Wll '
They, foronerly needed h o Pad JWiF
W. T. Waters of KHlemanm, one Tme r h ot uofh m
hnpmrssU fraendse ead eqq uAs .
lithe prq elNe ,rekes ofOa ti, 1 -aa alwasmglad gtso wte*l Me e.M.ii
.on, to on a bile vut1 to ... f "aly In alI.
thissy. aZ.w
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Englsuer Joseph Rio of the Al tea Ts me MO alo ua the ws Itoebs
tie Cotsn It a with bequarn ae s kit7 ya tmrdsy. Tey.. iame -to
High Spriags, favored GOl6anvihlle t orelimla b 4 he M Is '.e. hue of
a visit yesterday." I -m- b, cha -ge wis l0sep

the most pro la t retea. ofm that CO bei ey his n .
senloa. was traheselfag bosisen ls resealsy.
this ity yetelay i Tlepasmter A. L. tlMn of lThe
My. and Mrs. Moe E4elateli are Jantl2,4 estO Line has netated
reselving the ecogratulatiomsof their visit to Obarlete, 50.X. w.,
friends over the ardrivali, aime. boy as asoke es4 ieoaid Vsa.. jWhen he
.their ose. yesterday mer lug. bes for the ,w Wre-
.- prsaose ne trip, ad se s ye
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Sti within the 1wl eatos o e* .. M W i
Visit Our "Candy Departmeat" reu e ass esfr opr108estg bb 0 NO
Semae, whiab ht as up.wpta e e Sm s
MiSg gallery is u.4 points Ia sn e
* WE ARE SHOWING iSet menllne is Isated al te
SMUr. aad Mr, W. J. Denby have v.
An up-to-date line of.. 'taed to ths lty from Oants. aftos
Several month spec I, that f, .
Y 'Frs" al g will bea pldaeL4It i "la ow
- IW IIB d =ation tes Mr "e. ep. m..I
sJU~lO U amU5 poait9on with the Oellle fu$lWag
I i___ u n* Compay, &A Uisa he aOd ble e0atl 1.
TrlmmuM fifth mble wife will a in make their
aauumavu If bhome here. -..
After a delay of several m ath .
The.,, dis wl be work has bn resomed on tsa MoMNtA
The display wilU be in laaat Methodisot Choe, eo d.
and the great V-arity of ad a fars Mmber of breik lavern as.
e ae and patterns shown eaed ona e bedMins. This chunk
Vlll be worth a visit to 6ur whn cpMt u m ,will beoas ofe .e
,r, WThe price wmb In bestis thoe y a, edt a1ced to thesi WAU
s'l re Te d e, w bue through the -eM of whom the eld.
cheap enough for the poor lag has ben made poa ble, The mast
and the styles rich enough will beabout -M,. 0
for the rich. Among the vi he to this elty ge.
tereda was Captain W. I(. Sebsa at
A beautiful line of lhmsn Huh aprinep es 0 oSfhe mst remiO
Md Chembry it S 1- and a old and valued subcrlber of
Cents per yrE* The Bun. Oapl. Shebee's reads wilU
regrt to larn that he is still saerleiag
A prettier line of lagMha s and rom rheomaatlem, and that hisa coat. i
CI hanmbh, worth 129 112 s-i en little* Improved. e b has
C rt 2 s. been. vietlm of this painful Mise.-
j ., It IU O yd. l tion for several year. -

A umagnificept line of i. oDebate at Jennings Leke.
dies' up.to-date Collar, A&c. Editor Ron: There will be a de.
See o 1frn ,.-hw bate at Jenn .Lake October 20th
e our front show case.. ,h U ion oroe tna
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lety and the Roadfeld I hatiImng
AUERICAN LADY CORSETS Soety. Thesubject.: ,is;old, i
AMjIvCN LADY -w9IT-a That Columbus is liDe lMore Honor for
IIn all the latest sftylue. Discoverig nAmerica Then Washilag- 4!
PriCe *l. The bet dollar ton for lb trdindg It." The Unilo
oPrsef made. (!ail and Grove dooal will debate the amiMrmn
Corset made. tall and see 4 the quest.e and ue
ne native side o the questio and the
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