Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02041
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 1, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02041
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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,tB. Teacher's ..mapa 71 r sot "aop01tm the o0 4#tiM of the U
ar, une,!0ated white s to the'i
...... .S...1 told wha.t Mrello"a rt I Ss** T U-N i

11* *t I te I r was 012 1 UP *
00 0 forced to labor la that part of the W Jap Li .
S. countrmryr "Th',he os -0oo tt --t-
Ag gOVy WNU IN 3.8TIStON. tew-e" tio the sout, oq groat," sid LATTER SELDOM Ra
S. q stf0 1Mro.tt "Thost bilt Stted Is te a h
0S0e 11tte N. lmna tdese th, eo.-,met*ty braa t areto No Active or Prenome o
i ~g.e u WiN s w eV p~ whoca perform the mat 10go4. od lre Havo S10n Reprted From trp
O' Mt" 4tha UnWimt t"sto*p-. todcyatooe the erae 9040o@ W tr c w o ar-Japan DeGle
x t apiresa tot hfh asd will st be c Reports by Ruaaia. .
tent to lnteach the Wboilll!ti Of Iru.
glr.. e . Get. 1.U W e tasg. w'ritingsad arhmai Hlquarters of Lnt Afrj (
11 a11ry the D O r to 1M to1l ... . .. .. .. I Ok ia) in the Field. Oc. $8,-
.M4tl'oo. I a .tra. NQRTH A INCIOMNT. m., via Fiasan-'rhe position of
i day pletl the over .' sim are unchanged. The
S11161 Wo10 to Caur Niehetf Approves l1m are coontiually earchting thet'|
peeue'teod ollMil by Tribtunal. se linea with their artillevy
tts vWlit o De Mr.I. St. Petersbu c, Oct. S.-:13I p. a. eight sad day, With seldom any
.1thoR ia *ta alld u --4he North sea ncident will be oat. from the Japanoee. The J
boi l dMUbtful. 11ed by, a. InternationDl coalsston. army is now worklang the
.. T Tids is absolutely sgur4d, aines, dll g enough cotl tr
..Iil g*Wy g$Mc U JtIag The BritIsh proposal submitted to itary purposes. It Is bIlloey
N|j l lt16 t"I have been RAussa was 0o refer the quesUon to rallns egpeOt that they arn
A jo het 4 i0 1 ,.1 ira C'nommlosila, >in-ler articles ulno and the output.
I t beworvTO fonrten of the I .geie eovenctlon, and The guage of the railway kMh
ffl &that Plhrk. a certain nuans;r of olcere of the canSed t o Yental and quaUt
g gRussian squadr it competent to give supplies and ammunition *"are sr
6AU t00 maJil Ot. W a *4o toa wiptony Wt Ain I tse left behind, ----
15 tu 1 eSman,+. So Rusata'l prop.sitlion admitted to Reports Are Confirnme
y I... aI)e* 010 Great Britain through Ambanador Toklo, Oct. 29.-4:31) p. D .
SW, Wo wl Benckendinrt dec!are that the emp. report confirm tha press
. ~f1i0 ey. Ceae. rot belng do.dlrtu tf shedding the full- the capture of Waltaoshan by the
*ts 41 Wes^t Vi eat light uOn ihi 0North 'ea lancident anese on Oct. 27, adding that
g1p, Idatl4. O 'i$ J a1td NOV proposts that the whole question be o'clock of Oct. 28, the enemy
Ssubmltted to irt wuiou lnsnvestigation a vigorous P.ro against Wai
h q O t aWordIs. all tio doubtful bt an lntr:'tailonal tribunal. Forolreign bt stopptd halg in the iftevreM
|1ir.Ie, 4M Iir Park* listerr Lamtdortf, after his saidlaeee strong force of the n04iy
S. *.. with th? emperor at Tsarkoe Selo this at Kanglaleaskan and R etiias
S1d1iiT, Ohio *toO afternoon., 'li'-ly informed Amba,. holding the heights north of P1i
The Hig o who eo1s ed9 saador lHardnln of the character of Pao have corIpletely disappeared.
m :4 T The R*-e the Tu, a!n pre;;o.al, no direct reply other dirvetionzs an art!:1ery duf
mH ~rp|5a t1 la g '* t O l Jl tll G(. I t,, :.el l r:'.o::':: ,,;. O Cad- lly occurreJ. .
,. a ihla.h nt d It s It lnsI. py a qu'.Atlon now of which Japan Denies Reopoer
o t we are hopeful government .alil have the hotior of Toklo, Oct. 29.-- 2:30 p. m.-4he *
i 14sland .is *. oterini a. solitio,. the principle cf port In the statement of an olow
gi l| fe Kelttlekdy, *ad which both have decided upon, the out. board the Ruttqlan battleship
1. lllira lure i Marlad/.", come of which app-ared untnimpcrtant. Alexander ILl, with the R iaals
S W oltinA d that tr Thei r;ti(h pro.xval ala.o provided for tic squadro,. now at Yigo, 8Mpopl.,
-i T g twtill beh her surtelyy fy the representutlon of other p v'ers bt- the eff'et that there w're foreign
03 Hday BLsides Rusip and Ureat Dritain on tL Pedo boats among the Uitll ta
+ +:' '^ T* i N, eomm!.slorn, when they were flrei tipin recestlyU
A1 A NO TWO TO 0N. the Russian warships and thhat
i M183 ASTOR WED3. Japanese government was said to1
y efs,.. DPoarate Confident .of Carryin ---- purchased torpedo hoeat In Engi
) 83 10ry l m, Offering Otd. a. Seilliant Social Function Occurs in coupled with the initnuation that
Wa tR ottora. Oct t1-o confident at London City. torpedo boats with the trawlers
Othe I rts i Mryland of worrying o L on. Oct. ;31.--MNs Pauline As. Japanese, has been received to JS.
Sthe stte that e are now bettns on| tor, daugntwr of \!'!Iam Wahlcrf A'. with a mixed feeing of indilgst
4 1 Joagrtt. nOdds of 2 to I find no, tor,' wa married at St. -Marguerite's and derision.
S tr n tae neral reflst. Even chrchrh, letmlnstr'. shortly after 2 It Is omefally declared in the
tkK 1 caa n c bhad on 5.000.majority. o'clock 1 th ahtrnoon to Captain Spen. positive terms that tife Japanese ha
iS hterest I1 centered in thre onnr dertClay. The Bishop of London, Dr. neither purchased nor ordered a *
1~: *. l motesta in the Arst, third and Ingram, canon, officiated and other gle torpedo b-,at In England sinfe t
4r t 4lricts. all of which aR f clergy n performed th ceremony. be. outbreak of the war.
Idllfe r deste bw l h6 wipalam l fore ar vry large asemblage. .W.LOTTER CHEM.
M inY# W two,.t which wtil this.t Ume go a srmo crowds outtslde watched NKW LOTTERY SCHEM .
M.Deiosrati .., Mr. Wachtiere flOeda the arrival of the bride, bridteroom
g tba theto e Oted to b ,00 last and wdting glesmts. The church New York City Flooded With
I t that hp wo be r"1leted A whleh was tastefully adorned with of Tickets.
tatE wem.oeret who West to the Uhloa lowers and autumn leaves was crowd- New York, Oct 31.-This eity
t .* 0 L 4ge to eoer the money was told ed9 with distlnautslted personages, and been flooded with bundles of
SWth t h rwho made the Oer Santed presented a brilliant scene when, to tickets sent out from Chicago1 11T
a th or d weild i the mat the strains of a professional hymn, the pealed by literature offering 1
"s They b ked 4 his tse bride, With her ten bridesmaid said comisseloas on sales and beariSt
.t gab "rg a e wes petbn;hel e to4. two pages. In white satin caviller am suits, name of a man well known insi
I, ?aI. g Goerba I s who is direetitlg the oved up the aisle to the chancel. eite for eers through coretlik
lt S io ihi a gMirst .Mad is the t. sd Mr. Astor gave away his daughter. with the criminal annals or iol
000iothdia thoR 4 he o0" e ee-sm. the bh ek b The best man was Captain Claud swindles.
aL b W t ter DeCreplny. viceroy Curon's aid Thehew ticket is designed to
h.iPPy*k^ ysV M.. people a).ule.dg ho I. ,In O-ca.mp, rly resemble that used by theold
# -sthe A b w, t, ,e....e. curr At the close of the ceremony a re. Islana lottery, and its payment
t t piLr* this distrlt they will s007 tot eptio was held at No. Carton sibly guaranteed by socalled banks
Sby I th O smtd by ar De onrats. 'Tho pre~. house terrace. _L8alle street, Chicago and NeW O,
e. t presetation is four Repoblic Captain and Mrs. Spender Clay stb. leans, The man whose nam
Sdeged se wo Deocrats. Th hair sequently started for Clivedon, pears in the affair has been srr "A
t slid,4 sad maL o the Republica at m ittee where they will spend the honeytpoon frequently, the liat known mlBe,
1* M *, b qiSk cais _...the f(r districts I""" ,two having been In June, when he w as*
Unveil Confederate.Monument. Iaem from the *bank' in O tit
aie+s+ 6' 4 'i met% As aye notso well attndad. LaSt Raleigh. N. C. Oct. 31.-At Tarbo. held under $5.000 bond on chall.
r nigit Char4es J. Pomasprte was eok ro the cofederete veterans and DaUgh. sending lottery tickets through
SI ". mo aulntunt to th confedra, dead of Under the present schea there.
W^istI ".L th we e it asea wa e w ll avttiem antL Edgecow1, count,. One of the namns to be a drawing for oil lands itA
5l- a ---e Swen- e hindesd tShr blatsm. H" on the mon,:ment is that of Henry A. state of Lou!iana. Nov. 15. and ha
*a e m,4iet t* efce iewhte d ur black.He ,y-a wJ c was the a nt soldier killed era of the tickets are supposed to hO!
at*0 I0 he tl lf t "inr-eg in a r'eazr Ocaemient ,linrgn the sec.r.na option. on portions f to f !
d "h oivso WHAT SHALL s' DONE? l '1ci r Pop'y.1__,
wrgpme llt i t hn hIn a Bate of Seage. Ohio Banks Cloase oors
iSi tlatS Onittn of the Peer White Ia the Tntr, Morocco; Oct. 31.-Ti Utma 0 Oct :;.-The Imrns Pas
wat Cie fatti i Southern Stats Blttih stator. iteeuies from i~., ls Ban. and Trus.t company r1
rljoeal Dt +.,D ) ,Ke Chico, {Oct. .-"It nt a que c 5 mi, s:iuth of Tanger, re;"r to *e: I, dt.ors. today bee ..
e ty, Woi pe o tiop of what shall we do with the ne tnas Ler.h. is in a stat of g ;..: Riity ts t it; i Irltas, ai't '' '
. am tty tt4 i the south ut wht hall er was fired loe! itt th- I'. a~,a of W (-atnd lY a ocS :
il 4 e with the uhite 0Ntr t tat 4. left without hot a briga4 lAg houme that it tnrediately t>e



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V to Jumte Spar. 1
ltatealoro, Ua.. Oct. 31.-A. far A
the (t1eent grand jury of Bullooh
eomaty Is concerned, the lyrchers of
the nheroas,, Cato and uReed, will go
free. The jury adjourned Priday about
4oOB without returnirne an Isndicf.
eats against the rfbtero Of Au#. I,0.
While the partiien ImlillcatL bly the
ourtiaartil toetlni(mty are. ver atuch
elated, many aothrra are dilappolated,
and use Jury et au:sit'o nma. htave i'-
StiMated that Ill s rant fr tthe nmsem .
bers of this grad jury will b tirounll
out of the jury box.
Thoue who expected Indllctmeua t,)
be returned say now that tho only
chance is for Judge Spoer to take thil
matter ap In the federal courts.
Judge DalOy said In dlacharinglg the
Jury that he did not see why Indict.
ments were not returned, and spokO
Ina auch Snaner as to indicate his
diappoiatment and disapproval of the
lldlure of the grand Jury to indict
the rioters and dId not appreciate the
eompliment of the jury.
Not a,Mlsk Day Since.

"l'I was taken severely sick with kid.
S*e trouble. I tried all asota of nedi.
*lner, anoe of whloh relieved Rme. Ona
dar I saw an ad of your Elvetrio Bit.
eSr ald determined to try that. After
talking a few do& I felt relieved, and
oon Slireafer waw eatirely cured.
laenot se a sak day since.
Oambr oef mimn have been poured of
O m% *Weis<.aupralgili, liver and kid.
te mble ad general debility."
to what Ne, of Fremont,
Su,., wrie, Oly 4I, at all drug-

-W 1M MiMe. Cave TeTriuen Germany,
ll' 4 Mrlnt. Oot. --Mme. Calve is
twst aig Germany She en an i UO'Cmar yesterday kve.
aldg to a gold-out hoa e. and had many
S !salla, but It wai reMarked that the
Majority of the a0dleace did not par
t -tirpa tO the eathtai mn. The crit.
We 1a Mae her llaglg and acting un
e0tetedly. but 07aerlY reject .ime.
o1ye'a < ssee>tao n qt Carmen. h mik-
IAW her 4a lady Paris saloas in.
ste of ola aupl elaette girl.

w .ww w...

makn a tom
lalito. lams
*. ktth | ser.

o d est,- s ..
Hm tier. mIrf am

l5 my s deeldahly impror.

yM I sels poetautlag Influas oe
lt Iiaat. It ps..
it, s oedoIio lea ing

~ SB of Irish Life," by
.0 laladte: "1 ave
that unpoon ne occslov
lk M a oed the
(i 4arrlek. Ife could* ex
SIt w tlat be andh tis cl
a to areist the attention of
O ki1e I 6 although they preCheAl
of the rMalties of the
to ae0, to while a, (barrte!,
t r oiuseew t with the nmiot
t oatei. although they knew
'f'ifwell that all Ie was saying
W4 1e0bao. The reason s s very plain.
Iy ioL r replied Garrick. 'You eiol
4th aet as If they wee fiction; I
dfe with Stnona us If they wor

Or Itllash saying about th early
'intts breakfast has Its. cunterpart in
,tity otbotlant Iwnsnf The Oem.rans.
naltance. have a rhymed proverb
the effect that early morning haa
sl. iu tsa mouth.- lartford onourant.
If the Baby is Outting Teeth
Be sue uand' use that old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Winelow'o 8ooth-
lag Syrup. for children teething. It
Aoobie' the thild, softens the gums,
. I e all pasin. curesa wd colle and is
t ,~sened for dlakhoes. Twen.
3 ato** e

IUdlM Tree Makes You Miserable.
,Alwot everybuldy w)> rmit the news-
panrs la i6U to kiow of the wonderful
nt s MuleIN by Dr.
h Kner's Swamp.-
Rnoot, the great kil.
SeyI, liver and M blad-
1 c der remedy.
It is the great inel-
kdIal triulinph of tile
nineteenth century ;
tdis"v et aftvr vears
of scientific re Iarclh
by Dr. Kilmuer, tlhe
n" ciinct kidhey (ttl
blodder specialist, ntld isa wvonlrfully
ncoesiful in promlptly curing lauae ilck.
uriac *Mi catarrh of the bladiler atid
Bright'ls tieose, ich is the worst
ftom ^tn 1tMcy troi.
Dr. Iner's 8w Dw pRoot is not re'e
omiMtlaed for everything hut if vou h.;ve
kiduet, liver or bladder trouble it m ill he
fond sjust tse reltedy )'n Iettl. It has.
len tested in so nalmy ways, Jn lnhospital
Worked lit private practice, and has
prov*d soauccesful ill every cane that a
pe ia arrange eniit hat s tabeen mtade by
Which all rftets of this paper, who have
not already triad it, Iuly have a sample
battl sentfree by mail, also'a book tell-
alumore aboot Swanni-Rtot amid how to
al5oUt ltyouluaveldUety' or bladder trou-
ble. Wset writing mansion reading tlis
G tMroaolfer iu tis pemptio amdloena y nar
areeto Dr. Ki~iier f.f^
. V ..an regularma
Edo~i bottles are e
alb ll ced drugia Don't make
-but tomenler the nme,
w bottle.



Bedt Line to St. Lolis

Superb Dining Car Service
8iop-overse. going abd returning, at
Atlanta. Knoxville. Louisville, Ashe.
Ville and principal North arolina
inountaia resorts.
Se HiRgh Bridge (hfohet railroo d
bridge in the world). Famous BJlu
(Ira IlRegilon, Lexington and Louis.
Free reclining hair ears and high
elass day coaehes. Through Pullman
sleplitig ears Jackounvllle to 8t. Louls.
Folden, rae, oeW., cheerfully fur-
nished upon apiv lUtion tonJ. ]-Lusk.


The actual tonicpropertiU
ofmalt extract& They now01

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Remember for..

Fall and Winter



This Store Is UpeTel-ate.

All the Prettiest, Newest Styles

O.er 'reguhtr Fall a;nl Wint :
) O~pe:.ing" will takl* pilat,




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Ei A3. L A i tJ .J k \JJ.V '1

d shells in your gun mean a g0cd bag
he field or a good score at the trap.
ichester "Leader" and **Repeater"
keless Powder Shells arce good shell.
aye sure-fire, always giving an cven
ad of shot and good penetration, their
t superiority is testified to by sport3-
who use Winchester Factory Loaded
Is in preference to any other make.

SzX.oT* Lpoat ed.

Albtraete of Title and full Information ftrniashed regarding lands in thai
onsanty. Our manager has lived in thiq county thirty years aim
Thoroughly conversant with land titles.

B. E. VO7LE.
senting a number of prominent Amertean and Enflish oompaileoO
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Thre Stores Burn.
Monday Morning.

6 eomeC Aggregated B00.,
wuranc--Marketl of Chit-
pUetr as Ferguson Burned,
Wa Saved*.
sOfpred at 4 io'lc M1-inm-
on She roof of Ill pp Peter lines,. a cliredl
s )IlcinOpy. a d thit r>.'ult
|is a serioui tlre lies to re-.
S*Xpenle of that t' wi to-

fre started no OIl'e !.as beeni
Ixplain but it was uidi.r
lox when the alrtit' was
*gt until it had destroyed
Were the ci ti ni)l wit thI e
lr departiment-l coumnris-
Sbrigade, atile to check the

p&Borilgiated, as far as it was
learn, on the roof of the
oSapled by Peter Jones., a
and prosperous colored
The store and a greater
Sooatents were destroyed,
es swept down on to the
of 8. R. Gnitty and 31il1
n, adjoining. It is un.-
Ji"a Jonee' loss aggregated
with no insurance. The
f the markets were rimtoved
Ire reached that section of

leg was the property of Ed
i+was a wooden structure,
fuoed at about t11,(1(.
I h the utmost difficulty that
of S. Benjamin, across
Itm sthe soene of the con-fis
a.ved. This building was
ral time. and only the
of the citizens kept the
soneuming the building.
IIe great danger. however,
| parts of the goods were re.-
itfe quarters,
"IMlllan Toted a Pistol and
to Pay the Penalty.
'kelMillan, colored, was he.
'M"oor Judge Mason Monday
of carrying a pistol, and
to pay a fine of $100 and
i.end three months in the

was brought to the city by
uiI Perry of 4lonhcl'e. He
when he arrested the negro
Ran In his possession, the man
tO have found the weapon.
ao excuse for carrying it in
." however, and the Judge
Shm to ithe usual sentence.

Jail Delitery Occurs at Val.-
S dosta. Ga.
Ca.. O( t. 1il T:-,re< hi-A
:whclesale jail d.Ilviry hcre,
a eca)ilng fr,-nit tshe jail. A!l
t ea mn fli.Iny charsp. i x-

BIW was affcripi by cutting
Sthe lai- g is( i l bars to lt *Wo, then picking lthir way
the wall with a heavy pic;:'
taken from the framin- l'
the tlrnks. A saw. hitud
to them thnItsugh one of the'
Was evilentily tusie i ll ( ttilni
boars of the cell.
bIOas have befn -F nt for andi
has offered a reward of $"i
the arrest of the c.scap(d art as to!-
k Burton. Fayet .hohnson. Rob-
= Arthur TYountg. lIohb lohn-
I Pringle. enry White. l-e
L|Chtarlle Lickton, John Taylor.
and a mute known as "Damn

iat Liniment on Earth.
.1 B1aldwin. Supt. City Water
ihollsburg, Wis writes: I-
I many kinds of liniment, but
Itfr received much benefit un-
11allard's Snow Liniment for
a and palns. I think it is
liniment on earth." 26r.
W. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Ppointments are Mlad-..
bQMnrY". A;a.,ct(.t..;i.--1"J'., !;,)v
prolmautt .ui g . I G ,air ,
0l1ngham. to senior rerim .il.
44Je1er0on county, antd as:i!u',
W'"eOver Junior Judge. lie alas
H, Wei soltcttor of tht
WOMeil le A. O810
L a.s *M km teuk th *e1l1

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DREADED CONSUMPTION. A ,.il,, ,4 ti-2 5' ,,,,,*i,, ,,,.,if t,,

Vinol Worth One ThGosa. .J Dj', rs to u l* t'g,,-tot
Arthur G aul. l ".t,, i l t.,i,, ,.i' .
wilth :a hh.i u .u,.. t, 5 't.,.
M r, Yrlh lr t.i t 2 \\-...; .,. ,. | T',, i,,,i I, 'ts tis eri ,l Ihave h
writ s : I w lih ,.verl ot ,4T, ri t ur .I;r,in t n lr ip l | yo III i i..i.ra it. lle.
eatarrish ir lr inu(al l trou.tIh !;i,i w the ".\l il 4g-ho,' i ;li 3,;| i .,r i1erH.si>
V alL ot \ Viol ai 1 di. it| li takiinhg with ;,It 1 0 n;,tr'ii;>ll>e t-.l;'i.r.
it I lh.j -*4tarrhl fr ;,.:;~% .Iiar., anud A lth:r it ; li.,,kit hicil k- rage
for tif last y-)r i( 4i It .1 i:t1 n IIIm y Illl flu' \\i I re it' verrihs, .
!tlii Hin a gh m egiid i ng' : :t(il l.ty.'. ,..> 'l'T l1st gi.<> t1;s' tiall of go t.i-r to hlav.id
'.A'i.sjd 'is to it o l .ih. I h..t >.?** i llt* *r us I tu ttil;i W;li H i ,..i i 52to .ti lltll l, I ,1 l s '' T '' fr" It vi ''" t-util ". '*'.t :1
il n lle i i 9k) Io ielp Ill.-, t l 'l" ll 1:' il I- I lnli h >, i>tlitll,
SiInoi a IC r ,u.ttii .l.ij, aiN a aft r tiAl i .l w iw v t le li" N:lt.i ol f ru 1i II iis
a -lKng f,. r buttllvi I n t entirely ctrred. creilit t rs.
I wot!i it t tk ake 1, ,1 ffi r tf e good it You mli utst eit, ite t. grna d, If you
h dI':on, me n,,. I with il "I c ll I,,rs tade w uitil sat euia ,',h -b whit li wrth
saevsrybl.dy who sull.-re fron calarrh h.'ivlniii is nut I lr,t-re(d without risk
and lroina iial truth ib ., or -h >i .itrads utll triilie. W\sii.'ili.toil 1'st,
coilunlption, to taltt Vioul."
To further corviVtiCe thMI p.o01-,, of FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
(+iairievi!le in regard to thi value ol f-
F %a si.. .. . .


Indicted Banker Dies.
lnglainiuton, N. Y Oct. 31.-Tracy
R. MNeinit. a foIrmer mayor of Itinga
hanitun.d Aie at I4is homer in this city;
agpld bs; yari. Mr. Morgan was thc
cashier of r te omie p County Nation.
aI bank. an> traisiure'r of the Chenan.
go Va.l'ey Savings hank, the wrecidng
of which institttlons precipltsat*l the
bask panic of 1891 In this city. Mr.
Morgan hadI been under ldlictment
since the collapse of these banks. but
owing to his great age and phys-thal
Inffrmity, the case was never brought
to trial.

\ iol.i. %. \ 1 .i lJohnso dtejlare it to
be the mostly valuable preparation of
cod liver oil for all wasting diseases,,
thl Kgreatest health restorer and
strength creator for the weak. the con-
valeacent and the aged which we have
ever sold in our store.
I can only ask every persou in
(iainesville to try Vanol on our guar-
antee to return yonr money If it fall.
This Is a fair. honest otTer on which
you cannot lose. W. M. Johuson,

He Figured In Sensational Affair Some
Time Ago.
Baltin'.ore, Oct. l1.-Rev. (ivorge
Pred KIttell, a urnimer a-i stant rcc.
tor of Chrltt Epis.opal church. Ulal-
timore. who was barred! ntrm a charge
at Palmyra, N. .1.. byy Il-hop Scarbor.
ough, it cause he imarrte:I the divorced
wife of -Hv Clarence Frankel, of St.
Ltml,. l:as been (drIrwnet at Sparrow's
Point, t rt miles atttvo, this city. Wheth.
er archhlttal or tIn,.itIonal 1s un.
inown. The bo;4y hai not 3ct been
recovit r> il.
Imi,!!;i'e'y hif' r ithe marriage' Mr.
K I t !l T r *. ; ::': l i! i: |I !ti.ore charg,.i
ani tut qi ( tiit'nIly wa ti"c-ept(t by the
Congreatilunal Paumyra recttory. When
the revr<.,udi r it'.,iman presented his
li'tt'r of ii i'im! .1 i lini Blishop P'ErI.,.
of .,arylanil. t lB!.-h i) ScarlM)rough.
of New ,hr;-'y tht, I.ttcr mniphalloal.
ly declinii to1., ac* i.*t iiiia .;4: .d crilered
his i!:''lisn i r.o)tm t;i. Pa:ni ran chuchh.
AfMtr a !ciil n"of-t. \Mr. Kette:l
ai l i'.I h i l .' w ,:ilt tl < Philalt ell, hl a
whlcre he 1). ':n;,o a tutor Iand later
return.- to 3 arlni,i vtlIting rela-

Aft.. r in;%.,! tg, th> r M'lr. Kcttell
sahi ho Inlt :u.l to tale a row nl tlhe
rl~vr d!v'i)it' t'- fact that the tern
ptratiir v ni y to Ithe freezing
point. V'n hi.(,ut .Ni yards from
i*the shore' tl!a marine observer no-
iced A ilthi il trsggllng ln' thsb water,
anid saw him 1rown before aid could
reach himn. A watchman declared
he saw Mr, Kttitll throw an oar from
the bant antd ithn dteliberately dive
overioart ti ald t iti<' iname111 tim4' at-
tempt t.1 kid(k th. tioat away from
him. Others on th- ,hoire, however,
were of the i :i[ion that the rector
bad liot an l r aiind hald lirowit-<1l fi
trying to r),Yvvr it. lie a3s ;33 years
The Best Liniment.
*Chamberlain's Pain Balm is consid-
pred the best liniment oa the market,"
write P'ot ,4 1:liis of tieorgla, Vt.
No other liniment will heal a out or
bruise so promptly. No other is so
valinabhl for dlevp seated pains like
larmn luck anid pains in the chest.
( ive ihi* linimesit a trial and you will
n,-s'r wih 10o bV with0outitt. iSold by
all druguistf.

Your heart beats 100,000 times each day I
Put your flnger on your pulse nd feel the blood rushlag by.
Good blood or bad bloodP Good hodslh ot bad blsitP You
iO.. Your dootr w0ill mlyu his eqpIw wtes
2~I*I ^La~ aaktt t^t ui1* *-t-^ &|M&

I 7

For Sale by Johnapn Bro.. G

JAs. M. OGRAAW. Pmlde o*. W, MVl



Capital..............,..... ,K^

Surplus and Undlided ZPrte,...

u*e *xt lusw. -

Ost tor (he e.~fIsg Ph4 Wtira ae
#'Iow fam ESf the mdi vM iS

h 'i n ntm S ". i fmlmn
ra n rJiloma 7-1u.

........ I .........
0I 8,111-BIUfll

New Way of Using Chamberlain'a
Cough Remedy.
Mr. Arthur Chapman, writing from
tDurban, Natal. South Africa, says:
"As a proof that Chamberilain' Cough
Itemedy is a eure suitable fur old and
young. I pea you the following: A
neighbor of mine had a child just over
two montheold. It had a very bad
cough and the parents did not know
whIt to give it. I suggested that if
they would get a bottle of Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy and put some
upon the dummy teat the baby was
sucking It would no doubt cure ihe
child. This they did and brought
about a qulek rellef and oured the
baby." Thli remedy Is for sale by all
low too e memi.
M-iny q ut11n INil the Joys that might
be ns hre Y7y keeping our eyes fzxed on
thoi"e of other people. No one eanl en.
t "y hit own lopprtuiiltles for happl.
i.,'. i while i.:e is oeuvlous of nother'*.
\V loset. :1 grett isleil of (lie Joy of lIv-
tI.,. t '.v sr i 's-ti-hf lly i a eptlng tho
P ,;. 'I1 i 2!', ;.,rrs i!.;t sioe to us every
d :' 1, .', Pif l.i!t Ilt.;z imd wishlilK t ir
': I t ) st;hvjru. We do not
I..k h Ii. h 1 i >.:.* in 0II(ar own modest
,)I.I* iarI- 4 .'1 inihi.i> he Is f.t ,.i ilt s it 4 r victon'ili tlilhat asnle
*.***l.. : s ''. ,, 1? i tiken off
t..>' ,ile ,y- .tl. it >of iir 1ow 1ttleo hoine
lir' ti- wol i. re witciilnsr tito patiiltil
nIr"ilvniho sf of r u ipltilshor. WVe cau get
nio i!tisafc'tici;i ott of a trolley ridle
Into ule coiotry or oan all on a river
atep;tinr betnuuiso onie onte eboe ci n on-
joy the lItxury of hlis own carrlnge or
yns lit. I.fe ban Its full ineasuiro of
lisi ppines for every one of Iia If w~
wtoild only make up our minds to
make the very moot of every opportit-
Itny th lit 'omeiiN our way Instead of
lodging for the things that come our
spislgbor'a waT.-Riunces.
HIealth is absolutely impossible if
constipation be present. Many ser-
ious cases of liver and kidney com-
plaint have sprung from neglected con-
at.itution. Such a deplorable condl-
tion is unnecessary. There Is a cure
for it. Hlerbine will speedily remedy
matters. C. A. LIndsayt, P. M.. Broo-
son, Fla., writes. Feb. I..1902: "Hav-
ing tried Herbne, 1 find It a fine med-
ricne for eonstipation." We bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Waters Guilty of Murder.
Statetlsmr, (Ga., Oct. 31.-T. A. \W
trTs wwa fennul guilty of murder, 1P
shot and killed his cousin, John Wi..
tors, last summer while at work 1:1
hl fell. The jury reconimende( lfe.
Iniprisionihitt. Both were yuung mene
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth falls to
show proper respect for old age, but
Just thl contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They eat off
maladies no mat er how severe and ir-
resipective of old age. Dyspeptsia.
Jaundice. fever, ennstipatlon alll yield
to this perfect pill. 24a at all drug
Parkesr at Work on speech.
bfopIus. Oct. 1.--Immediately n
his return to Rosemo nt from Now
York Judtge Parker began the prepa-
ration of the speech he will deliver at
Madison Square (;arden Monday night
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo quinine Tab-
leate. All druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. E, W. Grove's lig-
nature is on each box. 26o.


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Staple iiiF

Hgllhss market pige paidtoe rCb* P P

A Complete Itoek o
and R w. We ite

Take The Atlantic


Ra pid Tmiag And

n Ti 4e1T0b1o4:10 .'!;, 111
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128:1pm li

12aafam Hill sr iliit app.se. n the *,
Daily Albany Atlasta. all PWtW yt. M
:15 pm Koee.l.. Nbsaopp aai
Daily Ro helle, p

ez.Monda ; '

eialllwun the socul turm I I te
Through allow *port lM
Line; alo via AtlanstC O t' e Lla ltoatbema aiuwa:.
Forr ompleftlnforBms"",flM 1 a
J. A. OODWINs.LEtek1 Awe.
Add m:
H. II.EMXRAOZ1.,Ts.kgr.. iv.
Wlmington. X1. 0.


... ..e I. Partiear. Pwpe.,
Young Men s




.. tetictve feature with u.

t Clothes '
04talatozB4 'bySCHLOSS BROS. n
&M., Baltimore.
Young men of discriminative 't
taste are familiar with this make. '.
They know that these famous
'clothes have all the latest touches
that mark the well-groomed gentle- -0,
They.nset the pace in proper ap- d
* They have completely revolution.
bued the sale of ready-to-wear cloth.
ing and the man who has "the mer.
chat tailor habit" doesn't know
w t he is missing in up-to-date
tyl exquisite workmanship, su.
Sqaty materials, fault. LCO
wa am p economy, If he has C lli M i
,VwnWestigteWd Schlos clothes. O ** Ma
T se suit showu in the picture is ua AITIMOU_ _MW
patcl]arl popular favorite with young men who derive satisfaction from
swagg W ApIpareL
*+wt would cost probably $50 at a merchant tailors and not be as
good We have your exact fit here at

From $12.00 Up.

6"D.n lIa is let is talk It over."'

Outfitter to Particular People.




Undertaking Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers.,
Masmfewetw of aMnd Data h
Hatla. hom., aBber btass, Art
iad. Vepboers. Eastimas Ko.

Or-s y Te'raph r Tlephoae
W lm prt attatla-.

at Z r l mill iJ4SM WO ith' Jowl
1i 4. m r m, ,Sirt Alezauder Mackelate bad an ide
I l that the tladi oa o the tar sGrtbwt
'Ji.,1th Were Mrttly Jewish In. origin. From
ts olatou ( tht Lake Ahabasce In 1704 he set out at
Sanoia1 CO Lthe ioft .1n exiiedltlon "In a birh
R~My Ast bark onoe tweviy-lve feet long, four
aa otrhta and thlneq irters fpet nitwa andt
14 tkI WU twoenty-aix inches hold. with 8,000M
pOt ud of baggage and provllonas and
S S a crerw of lne FIrim.b ('naadiitaui. lie
reached the 1'ieilte .O tmat Tiul returned.
The aborigines he met wtre "for the
m oate ;art ionr s i.l of stronilfi reil-
0ot"a uatlntat," said whe I ila seaport.
OWItwitll rniid to their origin, all* w are
p ipared to state after a careful gr-
e'fr op their laUmsuaIes, anneris Iand
-"I* I feustoms is that they are undoubtedly
Srl MI ',sa mixed oriWi; eowe fromn the ult-
fL S "forthwWt and had comnimce In their
M4-lOv. a httory perhaps tht oh b ntw-
W f f sarrtial*, with people o Jewlslk p
S t. luaalon or ori / ",

A Rtnaway 1c1elI
Terminated with aS glly out on the
*i of J. B. Oner, Vanhklln rons XU,.
I developed a stubbonm u6er unaleld-
ng to doeto" and amedti i tor tot
reIe. Then Bhkiesi's Ataik ft h
stoed. We ajst at i oodt r wbet,
4M akin~o ,rpllU 'god

W .e cover these important points and r pctf~ill'y
Soicit a atare of your business.

Life, Accidet and Health insuranme.
-Agents for the-

SVictor Safe and Lock Company
O ixo nx~rati. LOhio.
The "Victor" lI the bet sarfe made, xd parties contemplat-
ng the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by otnaulting us. Call on or address,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

The Montezuma Hotel
On the A. C, '., and S. A. L. Rys. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
None Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.
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PoaTna Bsoc

Ogg a

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iast))i lfo many

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I. lInll/mi haps
'J, M. fTi rm. .

Af^ < A *LANDIR AND LIBHL. tender PrOW for all the provisions of
of o 'rie efIt Jacksonvill) toM* theuo hilon and fol ba al lFRUIIa BRF. IFA
trP oloi .t ',,; r.h.we field &r. Fotitutloaal govern-. F.TA BRE
l oe II Galtestilloe.r Fl ,. Llul h lfign ,d by A l r t- C i. C lair .A braintn f0 liloU a1 tletitud9fle sla r .ner
ml matter as attofley lfor W. N 1 hats etic. We sment. Thi s U a ttituo i recldely th e se a i,, w l sU
Pdesire hI the most e'milphlatio manner ic t hleaderortihs De ltorukrl t mtisry r it,",

XdtD ap. IAi lio. ir te hei a ead t, Jrors h tunaiecod ariloi eated by therolls e\at ion theothr ia '""
W. I., io ;JA o c',itur le t- liv lolr hawmy ltsei I t itteet 1 1 r05 t ha lh n is t040 sittlati. O if ltce' K iiu ralti
eTr.lit Hhl.am eusttb J.ryu t by "r
a ~ti R --el ltm X t 431 tlse writer i conreit y thih i rur. \'li e l e*,t o ti l t ile t le armi d In ad tieL bs b rte
tiat the' jiry w r i or litfor w e'id* r hstuIt'll ttl tilg r t, pe rell o e..Ule WITI Wa l B S 5ISall
ulstard t olerletmard n oi wn I 9 i ild* l.e h ltl yer, f tl" t Te um litionn today coih eF i th Iodg l aio n i-"
V;ot by .arrier Il %e city. f t if. that while tho writer Tii i t l're'ldrint Clerulated. In a recent NOW" 110 111- m a d

sa y: i Irllnmor wA finrelr u ollt by ta1te who enLbodki., t1 >.nocratio di o. -
etk o un an i.. Ved e "A wth r.lrd oe tie,. and fleloty. It o, poI to o n.

isper, "ubtlev ^ ever Mon- *heritl! htt 1" If h.. ii devp l,. had ,attionalixn ,,,i i -howy i.xhibition o- i
liy. ar d oI0) trii il lt e @ ." br cui aght i l ix jyrtr anld carried t eaalell over tlrecfnig exe s s ftiso yispartyI a P RO ha
go erIts.A r for ts w lar % (. r itt tatt heyi.;l tiie mttI 3r. .It l s ein evred its 01i *c.t 41oP a g. o u whe s

Sacil et iy iv t Iti ., .rl. ive s orupulo s rag.rd flsr tho division ouh

i -l-.i --- ^ to be without ny foundation. Now* K,.vernmenel ainothorit, ordained by g t>p gi
bi xconie due i fter l1ms if Ma jor At branl uc l aom c u th a italta ei r of e the ratee i of thl, r euUlit it

ITBP.DAIoYSUN. *aldered theijurorsn*ummonued il thie r..tful eonfld.nice; ilntead of on..-
Gatos. itt. .i...,. IHolloway ease. a l well as the whole r t nd on.Aie rla n a declatruion oin
!u!- pe "I.. .le o flA l ah u n ci a .>y d,-,1 w o rld foml p lb ea tiwnh itt pro m ii i
O ATI % TICr ET. :"e t... .a...... w a tchful ern or f th an poples welfare e d
sty PrThirit ON HIS OWN TRIPOD, ai i their whone bdind in iho ratalr of AL9
S P tE lhi hetrit'" i s ha i atioa li fe. ai ai einet the de-
iay. and cortkEIr.i al right i x o ark r ill d c bramr t it iverre and priii ertthg i dactiv!e of a frctivityUo 6

---. ork. artic'le> In "l'chq .J kl Hville Metropoli. eig expanlon, which allures the u,. I
Vee Pr local. statetanti1 hn- to hollow ay'sofce. pi l t -he loidi- thiikinst ice while it n isdermn iii tlhel
R m td. PAVo free. t iony of Mr. ait o i' Altc hui countyff th at ter rstrainth of theour llato l intent, theal a"
;Wd e&tatei or CarVi lg h f ll y l was at o117 bi e otinate d a ta n r r e mor atiuiorlt y sr eeks to remind ourr thle lcvisiois
toh~to at'ittor. o u n o y focidth titn. No utryemen thal i their government .by

P. TALIA1ERIIO. our eircult cour', and one of his im" needs no larger nmlsion than is *fund T1H E EV ER:E'
Wbeeo e after ai Major AbraT, uii h T Ea s tate n t me oth doanaers of ireVERpTli
i ierug;iK'ment.A l tr is g to justlfy himself in greelihi to Amerlian growth havf e made the -l i a d

d.,la,.,,r,,,,oin of ,he ,o,,oa ee.. des,.oinl pro.p.. 236 W. Bay St. JOxsoxy
s. A rtY. nt knwn are oorry for thh hlllieroe Major-- and hIs, plth ple,. f e yount ni n men 'a'
I. TR? AILY SUN. another tomorrow, ilini heaRrd it hs tfue ef pollltal conilics t will inin.id f cogi- s
B T ANTI. h to a Hollowaycase f th s wel as yath have wole sts and nAeproud a tinrfaetsoo n i
peoplelo of Alacit.,coct.ty.1,1. world coidplicetions it promises WUPUUO

Sthe rumor of the y being tampered fu remmelare of tt he people's ht fore
Goe'no, withand einON HIS ame bOW reath tresRIPOD. a their ones in the adminletratlon of
EON B. BR oWARD. to put h ePresi nt, In favorble portion their daily life.nt, or the protection

AY CIIAWFORD. meant wor a eonltinulce. "ConslriMneS ruptiou and pervertloLg dae of for- te
-- NetwV iho.u art ajle wel." Wi here doe the re ed comfort o the ichpeople nlures theirn-
ory.i distinction affairse? Alachua county that h e homet, fad fur the defense on their In.
IAM I. aRreen.d I colntinuoance, blast did nof couerntrye a n that the eneroachm ents of Th_ _ _to_ _
or AIA.E.. o ar circuit court, t ,id on.et of hiouns oranieds no larger i ren than Is found. p
iA. N.KOO.M. HLA c to Justify himself in agreeing to American growth have made the la L
a continuancedof the e ollowayo e ase.h ellngaoof &fre, prosperous 285 We' Bay

P.-- AIEY. Informed n sorrythe l iet about h mator- are not little prpld a he OW Wh y OR
tA. JENN S er will know aee todaye are often whou artightle ofor Democaj Abrat in The .lack. ll
Si t. iL Y. an other tomorrown.ent, lie says heb agreed this tie Me ropoitioa confli ct i Twl 0dinrl ltll' t

t f ON lnto a conttrucoinuance of this r and;by an o rider o ee t e ther hao iguned him '
. HOL.LOWAY. the court ofthat npthe y being taedok elmberifa ng that theyfor W. fohteat and fr nt
Go- et. ernor we think the Mamejor ha hotrited counsel lor the te. h artlet re* ation of
lON B. BWA lt to put hi myself In a favorable p osition their government, forundl t he prote i a d

. E. MLIN.i ally dosaying when he goe into print. agree- o ur na etioa Iniuon against r Winer. 3e

N I.. MORfGAN. TIDE OF NATIONAL Si ENTIMENT. but more Ipartcularly aa a political fin oT t \n
rmthou art a jewel." here do the creased con bhalf of the peopleInt. We i
WICK TALIOR. EarLy in the present campaign the rhuinue and pehaversiofo mten. i'-
bilpreny.e roirl Republicans charged t hat the D hom es, r ly nd the deene of the iraid r*- "

IT S. COCK T".LL. oerats were without an isue on which tiele with the title or political hendh-
i. ESHAt'KLiOlD. tL agrpeled to te people anld one Repub- t man for W. N. stheate, for there is
WHITFIE. Iln newpapr orrepondent rof counsel. where gae landed l hen he wrote thed
I-n7tl. ferred to the least abmoorti c platform a a r e not a tile.e perplexed ati le.
JiAMNt V. KNOTT. tinued by consent, simply by agree- GotIvlle Metropols of Oct. 20th, for ieeslwi^uImat I

R O nl(L r i(; n. the "neourtlk" platform. Now the do sefatt .. .. a ... u Vhatlah
-i. T Ir.(M A \ f\-r, tlere is B clearly defined tide of tirll S a e Th aril






S fdent on 1Iih. lt lstruction,

A --To-

I Count.v hrrver.or

.., , O MT.N.
C. e. .E. r)R!C(.
OIenebeere (f B .. T. A. oK0,:..
L. B WElK. _
l tatlonery offer a soi
4 0"ie a at herself.

he pension roll is 41.78
M yain. woman and child

hildrenrenot allow
lk dolls. It is feared
10410210" the liltte
ta vasaip tIb ia

n national entiment which unmistak-
ably demonstrates that there is no
lack of issues between the two parties
and that the people fully appreciate
this feet.
Undoubtedly, the most conspicuous
issue is l'rsident Roosevelt himself.
His personal tendencies and dispool.
tional inclinations have become topical Wto
of discuosion for the orators, the press t* lnC
ansd the tIecple of ioth parties. While 0.&
at the outset the Itepublicans bravely
utdetlrtook the "stand.pat" poliey they
are today forced i devote their time a
and einergies tut explaining that the Fr Halle by
president is a ninn whaoacts on ripened ---
jldlglnment instead of impulse, who
loves peace and hates war, who rev-
erne t imthe established tradition n
the republic sed who as an espeolal UlC


Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That iIE ITE4
Contain Mercury,
As meIcury will surely destroy the
enlse of sineil llad completely derange E
the whole systeman when entering ft
through the mueou surfaees. Bsuch R
artiolesshould never be used except 'R
on prescriptions from reputable phy- TN0 1uug111i FAVYllIT 1f9I.
ilcians. as the damage they will do la -sWmas *e ,esr
ten-fold to the good yot ean possibly "aI tsesAs resss ee0( ov
derive from l ,ent. Hall's Catarrh Slhlad-&now" LiNlment Ca.
Cure, msnufsetured by V. J. Cheney & *O. ,1ous, Mas .
CO Toledo. 0 contains no mereury, N b W.* *' uo .
and is taken internally, acting dirt- -
y ,;dtn tle hpouo d a eid miteuOisurfa !El*-i's
icr lt I le lle uli Hall's C. MN W OME-
tairre 'tcre i eo suurd you p let theon gen. i .1is. i., i.i"h gLoI*it 4.t.llt
ti~nt' li it takes i: r t1 rred teIadn .. ...,4 m C.,t >.> .t ec.e.isetne
i Ttillt l'.f1 6nino. ely V, .1. C hetiry AC o O 40M wr.i w liM ihllt-, nrto HH*li, swol
r.etilci flcint free. B t>afl I> i. to w'l .n tol i..t... l.
s<,li hIe dricrsilts. l'rice. 75c per |ittU( Ws-M 4.ll5isugj
'tt hu *1 Ill's Family Pillstoot cons-tii

Jaokoonvlll } |
Calling sttell t t

Clyde New England and
fia Direot Servire ihetwea JAO**OEV]
B -Calllngat 4alrlttBm
Coou hb. nd ........................ . ..0,
<* Clie St. Johs a
loge Stop|eng at Palaka, I
--- Steamer "O. rr F JAoCK

sesve ke Jaelionvill* i SOP. a. 3om*, T
Leares Sanford I 3 Oa. m. Voaa.i
is aippolia tll mU
scia=, uCtcaDWUL

Leareii pm.................0.60
6:45 pma ......................
.00 am ................. ....
4:8Da pi................ S.c.
Arrive8S IC ........0...
mlOBmsf Ie............. ...

TflnAL. nL Oift f
W. At

R Tl lslV

........ i..e..
**. ...., .i*f1:'
10MM 0 -*

ouuty Judge,
r. n. Mason.
t Cireitt rourt.
'5x Aisensor,
W. Co LoN.
1X ( 'liretor.

L . . ..







Bea Ibland

Ieanezx. Oott
Cotton SeLd. Bagging and Twine.
Leather in Strips or Sides.

Manufacturer of the
8ea Island Cotton


James Doig Improved En-.ish
Gin, and Supplieo for Same.

..World's Fair Rates..


* Afl5 Round Trip. On
sIale d .li, Good
$80 Round Trip, On
s ao*le dailly. Oood
sllty days,,

-2 Round Trip. On
Sle dally. Good
MI V fifteen day.
$0 AA95 Round TrIp. (oo0d ten
da\e. On ,e's Tueday.
ar.d T lg alsm .t n
til'y In .ioaotiee.


Nthr thrtvo Atlauta sd Chattanoora or Columbia and Ahbeville. *Land of the
... r M o mMr .
06 3yhe from VWrl&wilthitlown railll Into St. Loasl. Two train* dal!y from
no St*pieIeg' 4Wi Mi4 hutamltir Itprinlpnl mountain and summer resort pointhit4
AIBiRAte ,+ *' p,,s,.A N o. eOtrXU ao. A oitulty o ti .te ratt
MIS* 9Unifte# aJW adaVacation In &be mountains, where aide trip can be tw R
iHK1000w-b.00p t4eoC-strr. Lare Texawar. the Highlands. eta.
0 X i W vr b lt e ropndUon. maw ., oldemrs,. *to.. obheerfuy furnolted uvon
lljBlllg tt 1J. C. LUSK.
SIM :: t Puwie r Agrentl, o0 Wat DaraSi, JaokSonUlte. Fla.

Air Line Railway
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
inton, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.

Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
For full Infoanation and sleeper reserrations call on any agent Seaboard or
Aast. Genrtal Passegnr Agent, Passenger Agent

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table In effect Jult 5. 1908.
'7-' . ..... -' .... ... ... .. -- .. ... .. .----- -- .= :

No, 4.

.o. S.


No, 5.
No. 1. No. .nIy
Daily. Dall,. iSzc'p
i Suu

II PIK4 trPM .L A. Ar. FPM Ar A 31ArPM
7" l ........ ....... ........... r ed........................... 6 0
7 06 .... .... .......... I iai ....... ........ ....... 650
,aaater- 8 16 ...... ......., ....... l ,,-ltontd. ...... ...... ... .... 6
'....... . lmo ........ ........ 1
8 .......... ........... . ic nopy ......... ......... .........
S ....... ... .... .. ....T e" o ............ .............. 8 1
S ......... ........ ........ lak o ............ ........ 505
84 .. .... . ... .. . .Ww, ue ......... ... ..... .. 4 5
to ......we ... .......... att Oo at.... ..... ..... ....... 4 0
S ......-aevile...... ,
8 0,,0.,. i.'.. .so.
....... .......... PoiB t...... 0..8 5

'"rn fe ::.:::: J o9: r.
K "m W ",e ,:110 ~1 . ...... h. .Im. .' .... ...

waM ueebere etate. ...0.4........ ...... ....... a a.......
S.. ... .. .. ......
two"A VI. iAsL $tsio0 A *** "b g )
I o$10 0 f sb,2



Jc'ksonville, Florida.

Everard's Canada


As goouil ally aild betitrf than mlw
leerr. Made of IH)s and Mall

uofor. moo$

I. me ,e

Wlodl d
Ion lpuomyt

a IAII.,
Vlorida a
lou ezoliwH


National, State and Congression-
at Ticket 1904.
Presidential Electors.
0. F. Buffum-Franklin county.
Goo. K. Robiison-Marion county.
Geo. IH. Holmes-Brevard county.
U. A. W. Wendell-Uadoden county.
A. M. Cushnin-Alach a county.
For Uovernor-llon. M. B. Mascfar
lane, Hillsboro.
Secretary of State-Johl F. Horr,
Attorney.General--Fred C. Cubber"
ly. Levy.
Comptroller-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Treasurer-E. AM. Brelsford, Dade.
Superintendent of I'ublio InstruOt
tion-W. I. O'Neal, Orange.
Commiuloner of Agriculture-J. 8.
Rowley. Putnam.
Railroad Oommigfloner H. J.
Ritchie. St. Johns.
Joutle Supreme Court for term of
six yeare-W. B. Rheppsrd, Eeambibl.
Justices Supreme Court--. B. Farr,
0. 8. Adams. Duval.
E. P. Axtell, Duval.
Congressional Ticket.
First Oongreslonal Distriet-E. R.
oQunby., Hllsboro.
1tald ClimnssooAs Diid$-J. M.*
Ifc a1ftaf teftma*-^* *

Per Barrel .......

$10 M

Fla., o2

- - t
Per Dozen......... 1
-- -- ........ . - r

Matbusbek Pianos,

elMt piano for thin trvlur elitUate. saas 1
tun* longer than others. onmatr1cted
bet matertxi*. ead moat artsisle
workmanlbip obtainable.
Up so date n every
detail and Ut.
Sold by un. muntilr ouily for
without a single failure. If tvon
wast a piano for a lifetime's
servie buy the
Mathushe k T
Pries as low s t eoM latens with q0u4a
Cub or on e*asy erme. Sent on l dates'
trial. We pIe 'freliht. Writ
for pries TODA Y.

Ludden & Bates
Southern lusic House,

Bibliar '*;

fa-ia reee of t-


I L J nlHWJ e I *.i"

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t r


"otvly Two Dl)Ay Only. i i
OraCL or
NIOUISE Parlors 'r
E Iniaitlon Free. *u
will Val AWianeavllse fre- L
ir wbrubou| tlif year.
fetlo Gueraneat. fta
a rmiab1Ie,. WabLL
l -- lii


f00= 1ne InterEt Garth. tu
b by Our Reportenrs.

_______._____ uin(
tIlHappoeedand What Is Going
Mpoin Told in Short Paragraphls .1
"a "He Who Runs May Read" .
Ti6 e Sun. rmt
with C(shman & Hill. o,
lWspapera for sale at "'he Suin 'a
mwHutebinson of .laclknnville is e6
Brown House., It
Mater1D. M. Kirlby of Palatka wh
lthe city Sunday, bro
pon's Wonderful Salve for IaAe 1no
W. McCollum & Co. are
iuied-To buy secondl-.hand roll. x
pielk. Harper & Chase. nio
UtS Mansfield of (;rove Park was Ma
Ot to this city yesterday. See
S. Holder spewit Sunday within rat
is and relatives at Rochelle. vill
l I "114(t choicel f ute, feps h lb
r alt at( eMtlnfal afr. tI oh,
I. Hampton departed yesterday (of
sinlase trip to Jacksonville. IDr.
~. M. Walton has returned from rt,
pnlt viat to friends In Jackson- Th'
it Julian Robinson lias returned all
* brief visit to his parents at N
P lent-Store Royal Cook former- v"li
iPled. Addrest Thomas V. Por- ter
hskonville. and

OL and Mrs. J. (). Andrew. went
046ay to Boardman and Melntosh
visit to friends.
P SalIe-Second-hand Densmore
tWriter. Will be sold cheap. Ap-
U 0n office. (f
00 Belle Chitty of Mioanopy spent
OIday in the city as a guest of her
0i Mrs. J. Fletcher Hill.
M0. Pedriek departed yesterday for
l. where he went on business con-
10 with his lougRy atid wagon busi-

iF,,Harrod has returned from Sea.
iWwhere he has been engaged In
IatOr woik.for -the past few

t*d the millinery opening of
S. W. Let irande. Tuesday,
ay and Thursday. Nov. 1. 2
i~a li M. J. S. Jolley and daugh-
bMia Cora, returned yesterday
S a brief but pleasant visit to
il TiA Mlieanopy.
berlin's Stomach and ILiver
are becoming a favorite for
troubles -and constipation.
by all druggists.

" fr





lasure with I ushmas A Mill.
1Ir Ia1 i%*Rhkin *ipeit Sunday with
its isuilaiy ill t ..eiioa
I vnti, iti', iLild(!e a brief profession.
tlt v .i. toi Lier,.ei yesterday.

1:- i> oi ol'r tl,. i illiii ry o.p ning of
r,4 S ', .,r li.,lIe, Nov. I to 3. dA3
I -1 ., uhrr of Miranupy wae
it.*lattI '.uii'is III this city ye0.

dI 1ie, li 'itlia o I Tvis delirted yesa
rday flr i.veri,tss, whier he will
te-d the tsioiu of the Citrus cirtcuil
irns. d-lPohi;nt.r dog, lemon ird
i~ l ftianie; name on onliar. liKu
rn ant Rget reward. B4,f Union 8t.
.A. CLoupe r.
F'or rent-Onre nicely furnished
mll, n.it e0ovenleot location In
Pi,. ., i i 3' 3 East Liberty street,
at T'hie. 4in otfle. tif
.,r r,.,t che l,-Three vacant rooms,
ialele for light houe-.keepins. on.
rii-l. ii .rhiniairy. AA oly 446 EIt
e itr street, or W U. Telegraph
lee. d-t,'.
Ua iltain A. P'aul, special agent, and
J. (Cyait of the clerical foree.
iiitd $Stte' liatid aottlce, aroe attend.
I the *asion of the United States
tri in IP'ntacols.
r, Julian Micille of Hawthorn was a
itor to ihis city yesterday. He was
route to Pensacola and other polants.
ere he goes in the interests of the
I of T. J. Melslae & Son. manufae.
rers' agents, furniture.
Millinery-Nov. 1. 2 and 8 Mrs. 8. W.
l(raude will exhibit some of the
1st hkaUtiful creations that will be
owii this season. The best ideas are
ldeled from the most choice pat-
rsi. All are invited to attend.
After a pleasant visit to Mr. and
rE. rJsse E. Burts in this eity, Mrs.
II. Burls. mother of the former, has
turned to Palatka. After a couple
weeks spent with friends there she
tecttt to return to her home at

Aiu.rng tie |iromuinent visitors to this
y is I.. E. lRoinson, a prominent
tiiives man of i'rovidence. R. I.,
o IL spending a few days with his
thller, lion. W. G. Robinson. He is
sttranger here, and his old friends
Sglad to welcome him again.
lules strayed-Friday morning. two
muse-eolored mules, horse and mare.
are larger with gear-marks. Last
it on Arredlondo road near Millard
tion Conimininlice information or
urn to C. V. tMeKinstry. Uaines-
Ie, and get reward. ltd-liw.
lr. and Mrs. .1. It. Duggans and
irmina little daughter. I;enevieve,
Lkelalind. after a pleasant visit to
ard MrI r. I. J Aiderniau. thii city,
virned to iheir home yesterday.
'y made many friends here, and lit-
Genevieve became a favorite with
who saw her.
Ir. and Mrs. J. Rlhodes have re-
ned from Palatka and other points,
ere Nlr. {hodes has been in the in-
eit of !i. M. Hughes A Co., eider
I vinegar manufacturers, Louisvil!e.
. lie is president of that concern.
I is holding down a traveling Job
rely "because he likes it."
ifter a short biut pleasant visit to
family in thii city, P. H. Baker,
extensive naval stores operator of
npville, returned to his home Sun-
I. Mr. Baker states that his family,
o recently removed here. are de-
hted with I isinesville. They are
ifortably domiciled in their elegant
no on North Evans street. East

Redbone, Mins.. ept. 24. 1902.l
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis. Mo.-Dear
Sir: In reply to yours of a recent
date in regard to the efficiency of
Hall's (Areat Diseovery as a kidney
cure. I can safely say that it is well
named when they call it a WONDER.
I have suffered with a weakness from
the kidneys for years and have tried
all advertised remedies for the com.
plaint, as well as physicians,. and Hall's
Texas Wonder is the only thing that
has liven np relief-I ought to say.
%.-. atmiad an. i..l-te11

rends of R. T. Slhafer, the Rn u pectfully
thinevlille baker, are glad to Gos. HolA.,
on his route again, after an
covering a period of several A TEXAS WONDER.
Une small bottle of the Texas Won-
in A. R. Elnoreof Alachua der, Hall's Great Discovery, oures all
On those who favored this eity kidney and bladder troables, remove
iet visit Sunday. While here gravel, cures diabetes. seminal emlas
Ireted by a number of old &ions. weak and lame baoks, rheumal
tisam and all irregeularitles of the kid-
to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Endel neys and bladder in both men and
morning, a fine boy. Irisends women, regulates bladder troubles la
iadng congratulations on every children. If not sold hy your drugglat,
I Mareus is the happiest "boy" will be sent by mail on ,-eceip of $1.
One small bottle is two a onthai treat
o..e Milliuery-FaJl opening meutand .eldomn falls t poreis i
Tu ueeday, Wednesday and sure. )r. Ernest W. Hall.sole1m6a6.
|, ov.OI. 2 and 8. Everyihng feature. P. O.box W0:, 1St. !'tb No,
ilwa thisllwee Mr.. od {or teetiimIonilS.. o .d 6iy 4llo
K a c !i 4 1 i ** Ld d d n u r pa * ,. m k ;' I p :, P' ':''q;il: ,\ :;.:


The Cool Weather...
Is now upon us, and we
have commenced to sell
Heavy Goods in earn.
est. We have some

Special Vilaes I Ladles' Un.
(erle at $1.0, $2 and
$2.50 per St

In Men's Underwear..
We have some good
ones at $2, $2.50 *nJW
$3.30 per Suit.

Capes and Jackets..
For Ladies and Chil.
dren just received, and
you must see them to
appreciate the values.


Just opened up. Rugs
from 25c to $8.76; Mattings
from 12ic to 35c. Some
Special Values to offer.

Come to the Busy Store
and we guarantee satisfac.


,.;,,IBA Rl5,c^EZ^ e,

Amoag the visitors to thils oily are
Mr. and MrMw. W. Fored a e. V
LeRoy. who are stoppla*g t theM
sollS for a d-per two. Mr.Fo'wlIt:,'
be remembered ashe aspelt rtapre -aasviaanig l
seatatlve of The TiaMsUals- s wh ,
visited varflo m eslio tea s he, I
workingpand piiag ua" s a
World' Fair edltloased that pe p
per whish hate proved of ao g*p bepoa A atS 1 a i
aSt to the sot at aSt. Loui. s e o, b
for the pea t w manthsibees bo qlm a
a luerative poltiosa with le IdiMe'i
Springs Ostrieh Farm, havieg h i
traveling naaagemei t of the fa*nesms
trottiuglbird," BAlk Dia nd, la
he has exhibit las rasm t iStae ad s
aouaJy faie throughout the North ad Wt i M" .
EaGt with faht trottlag borWses ith
great seoses. This trio is now I', on
brief pleuaure trip through Floida,
gad will ttile at some pal S Pip tO
8tate during the winter. M feed% i
friends hero were glad to lale Ilte hrt b n
agin. .


I Ia e with Cash A HMill O INTTI T FOI
Cabibae plants for ale. W. E.
1lrows. Gtd.2tw
Thelfrienods of W. B. Phifer are F
Iympipahiing with him In thedeath of i --la 1S leaa, I's- 1-
liil infant daughter, Elisatieth, who eLIU l
died Sunday nighl. The funeral wasT
held yesterday afterndbt, itev. W. J, I N L
Carter oElliating. T t AUT -:I
Mrs. S. E. Prewlsi andI family, after T
several weeks spent In thls eity on a*.
count of the Illness of Mrs. F. M.
Prewils, returned to their home at
Waldo yesterday. They were ae1om.
panled by the latter, who will spend a
few dlas at that ploce,
Tho. 0. Livingston of Palatka was
a victor to this eity Sunday, the guest
of his brother4 Robert Livlngton. Mr. l
Livlagstoa Is engaged In the fruit amd
eoofetionery builness In Palatka, and
ha. on*eof the pretsleos and mot up.
to.date stores In theG. (o City.
MiSM1ther Mathers of %liaamopy,. I
one of the charming young ladlee of
that town, passed through the city yI es-*AWIx rG L a m i laew oevy.
terday en route to High bprlng. avarastoi.sad imosawir wltbelefioltsIet is t 144 th
Miss Mathers has aeeepted a position Ilit riot ve the"e warAs *e Mf lw-es..M
as salelady with Phifer & Phifer of Pki**l. Tu. Uver sPt.a aiw. Wask-
WeeMds of Say hia .wssu ea IsU ee-1esve"
High Springs, and will no doubt make 0S0i eei "ta 0i,
a fine on ees". baser of routV VW .sa. T stet w i ll e
The dog's head which wa sent by re a &t Rola. iasrifteiAaSai leiarwhr
speelal direction of the City Connell to sw r ,eals. or reol Prponly edr
the Pasteur Institte was not sent to NATIOXAL TOl4l.T (., %1% TomSa
Atlataas a stated nl The Sun, but to ottlaQilw vsialte by
Blltlaof. This makes no prtleular t i S. od oaa a O
differ I, iasmucha u both instltu. And all Leadlag Druggt.,
tlohn are the eame, but for some reason A_ d l_ __ a____ D__ gl__
aertals parties request the stat emena
corrected. H. F. Wait of Orove Park ad Wade
bossed Peter, of Lake Nasty. alsc a Thoa, wife smd ildron of Mhlto.
esha were among the vialtore Io Ibis
forerunner warning she Jews to returnwowesm &eitroeb..
to Jerusalent. was In the elty Wednesa. oily sd
day eipounding "Old Olory" upon his The numerous orind* of Mrs, W. 2..
ox, and warmni Sthe Gentiles to flee Floyd will reget to e1n4 thatlse a i
from tie wrath to ome. Unole Sep tured y ieday flroe llm s ii0a
is quite meek sand lowly, sad is ignore, ill. The lady went to she mlrotl6e0
natly worthy of whatever favorsmay to visfrist ds adndo stiedt 1"hetil
be shown him. He is not a born fool days of arnalal, when she was saseh
but has grown skeptical. dropping into 111, and it bectaa neea y to e-aI
variou delusions., and Is now a gnu- mn her huabaqi, who weat to #leAik
ine harmless noneomposmenmtl.-High soavillle aed returned wi b her It kl
sprlisngHornes. sare ywlerday. s Ia,to bq hoped s
the patliat will sas over. '
SJohn Gom, thhe stable *ad lt
H W Y 0 R alesman fr J. L. omwfod. t W.t
Liberty street groeer, is veri ow e d*.
voted to flne teams. Mr*. Pltlol
Tl I 'states that regularly 0vfryti wosh p,
Mr. (iose 'hitres" a Ig Ie
from one of Ih staIble -ad, talsa ft I
drive westward, where he destaries th:
A eeonery Is the proetUiet and Tmot ,
mantle he aer saw. Mr. Orawfui!`
mwaly be In aipotlton to *tate ii '
CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH. ne is pa i ,t o ,slat, Is1 M
ibls sossesw.
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