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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 8, 1904
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02076
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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-;..~...~c. "r~ sosssns FOI":'D BY "G.. "...
!,I* i Man at Throttle Pulls It Wide Oper
he q a ZI N 14W IU When lignated to Stop
.... >| UZ LIN lflS alda Colo.. We'. /.--Th purp.).l
':,' u n mi 1 of th e Ful) attempt to wreck Iaaben .' r train No. 1 at (Aordon, 50 mile
I h Sl !O, ,Mt Ootasfetions of Ohio Blnkwr weal rof Halis. lat IaI9ht, wiu. le'este I
S C omplicats Ktnrs "at 7::0 4 oi'ock Tuiesday even;ng when
110t0 t two mas kIll men utopipd itn tr(jnt u
i''i-', hB v the rain at ( .ordon shling *and com
,l 9 1pelt a) the. MIDNIQHT CONPIRtitNC i HIS.K landed tsie engineer to stop. frll'
Tl /e .--- Itr to top the t ralM, they rnd two
l11o$ '1 *S i st- N its oaringo Alleged Sndrememl of shots at the Umeng r sad area. eon
W S*ISr M efis ald Te -s en nthe Way Sot peasl ag thre h the remlre'. c'
w e Ingti "*W ineer Cooper is one of the
New YVrk-Obrl s bkank Preeidentl srewilst men In Ite serice.. Know.
.I P| otrA 'ae l of t the attempt to ,wreck the train
e .rat uordon Thursday night. he was ex
ow Ytr 'e. 1-.-Att.orney Crvert erciuial the h en.'ost vlgilaace. A
r' thre couttn .lor Herert Newton, ef this train swung around the curve at
ti ,o skllae, MaL.. Is quoted as hav' Qordon at 7:30 at alght he saw the
lg sald elr u l todal thalt if lk n* step Ih front. One held a small
with, lOa h Ohio b w believed tlat ISters in bhi hand and began wingl
Stl' Newton loLn tol. . CLm l I gt fator the track. InDtd of.
illeh wa bto* LI the soaealed- teopplng the train, the entneer pulled
iw $ilwiow a"0,000 .., li tisitakesA lro throttle wide open. The robbers
em W New lo tm 4 the, o tUe lemped to one ilde of the track and
mrsq salt h"e t securityy t* boo wh paat. Thue train carried con
ve. e3ZPt htr p I mot" The sideatrsA money.
o' s M al. ':' "" a noU -
S1 RsUI a4ly now were give LONE ROBlER LOOTS TRAIN.
amsW,. u 4rhe t otl at lomed. .
ewqt1 was. show ote flor $500, ,CQ03 Taken From a Wlls.-Fa-rg

t !. appea d on It. Los Angele lDer. 7,--The WeVIs
1 a litH. m H was also 10 i0 a note a 1 Xf Retyaolds t;o t 0 I0 t that be had pks aid Eanta F overlanid passen-
:miupl s. IWM*) Worth of ritltt, belong. g train No. rbotnd w enst,
S tog to Mrs. Chd.t4# *S 6lrly Monday iolmuewh(ere between
Wbohn It41m ws into tbo case NdWedls and Dagrt.t, and Vena, o,
S:: L nt.Ltnt hi ll t lr a loans con- Roberts, the xprv m.seng,'r, shott
nPW,* @ ^on itM h Mnrt, CH*tlwlc was a tad tally wounded' I and thel way safe
O b;tata i iaFpfeat," of the acsri. flood,
t supposed to be hql! by Reynolds. The Wetl sprgo rmpanp was ex.
ya k 3 rtFuber dovelopp l4 depend o8 peetina a large shipment of t7nited
,,, whbwbtir Reynolds ,tIlly hold *e t., atle s penstm money, totaling $200..
us uu! ertitlUe t tthe amomitte certltCed." t 000.i It l sad. ad It is uI). lbl that
4Wh i$ t was Jarted thl snoraing that. him shpmenr may havor been on the
tp N to Mtrs. ChMdwle had sqpmoaed to bor ltrl. It l s known atht the local oft
.'IASIk aparlt nts l a:e. t iMlrtll.t cou lM1 claal were greatly ex, rcased ovYr tl
fg g l ~ re prebontp g Newtdn a id all her own bbery. and at lartow placed a
'M 'l1g.ti tm.meapt emanelt. They plartlcl te lu a con- ltltute mearuenger on bt:ard the car.
.j, pm ,LMil m ftarecee whleh lasttl until after mid- with orders to guard everything In It
WI r t1' t lilll. he wopan Is. aid to have I with the greatest secrecy. Officlali
SBr. 'i'''' tliftei tflked at considerable lenXth t lo the nrefsed to disi4 th4 reported 4hlp.
0i*at h"Wi s s t atrpn o1 affair In Ouer!iws and c'!eve. ment of penslon nmney in any way,
uflpia, s ei Nther pt lardd. bat tit renult s a not made t.b, Thel shipment. If sent. would lhave bhrI
s g'ai g lne, In the main 1 at It is not cripain.
lI Reynolds, of the Wade Park however, that tht-, rat' wu. nt pentr'r. I
Sa' k sAN IN glhl B*ankln comnpiny, of Cleveuand, arrit. a th robber rifled tle pochkr.l of tl(.'
'Id ~ .* ee her# today areomleanied by hl at. mOsenter as he lay on the floor vr!
gp ''" 4 hBher terney, Andrew Squ re. tie wOent to the car and txook av.;y his Ir.('ys t,
I I L ,. the WaklnrfAorla and rogisterei. th:e two arroa.
*l ii t'-,Mst ataiUtlei tbUt left .: '^ hhor:ly afterwards for
fl,0' 1e 4 atMady sa a lother hotel" THREE DIE FROM FLAMES.
LLe ., s lebirth t ait Philip Carpicnter. counsel for Mrsn.
u'^ t i aof o ler, y. tIn pite Chadwick said today that he had mi,' Fire Started by Benzine Burns Mother
_V h tttthe tl a urvlll ate itS her he need hive no fear of arrest. and Chil r n to Death.
l .4 k eiett on s- than :In, 11e added that t a warrant were Is Pltthr. P.. Le. .-Mr,. n, lir.
t Ua.e la r ,' tab Sitry. fsed for her Mrs. Choailck would be ry. .0 yCr a old, was hurnedl to death'
whlb iresd. the two-mlllip found at the otloiant houie. or siaffoesuld with her two title chit-
lsllai lbSer, Ipnheitd a derse drelt, rhafles. aged 8. and lHarry asked
l h t,: C, te. IsB rhe peoao fo Oberin Banker Prostratse. S. In their home at No. 4 Chat haar
,I 11** t a ge M a.ilust Oberiln. 0.. Dec. D --P r .lIle:it P. T i tre1t.
..i^ ,1 l'taI t*o lt .. lReCkwith In pracrtrnlly In a sntae ofi Iri. Perry started aftnr dinner to
irth mrte toa t the great collapse today am x "r. tl of ttbe try clean thle parlor carpet with henzine.
ltei of the Rhealth Ptrev. h orideal through w.ilch he pa rd snd her husband and Iwo older e:fl '
b, *ulaa the SnV*e i 47.1, yesterday In connu ilon with hls hear.! dren left the house for a n-e ghh.r's.
I 41.yait e CObegBe 40.2. mg before the Intld tl Hfrl cotmlC A few mtllnte later there. was as cx
I *l ujage mrate ts higse I P*e *hatr at CCleveland. ploiaon. Henry, a 10-year-old son,.
I" 'a4 ,the otder pFnt ctt- feckwtth is conlpletely prostratPd irUlhed hone and would have brown.
tiI and his irlrf Is pitiful In dlll hi bhmelf Intr the l:urnling boiune to res.
S atIittetl bureau, polt odt asng hll troubles. the voice of theale1 bcle hi! mother and bay brothers hiut
i sbpelerirade a coamilterable faBl, Ianker i choked with elmuotion. T( or fselgshbors who held him irck. Ten
l jlta e fitloeal biqh vate stlae day io speakitn of the Carnrmle 3ote, Bremen followed a stream of water1
44miy?" IJt *reater eitle with L hi vehemently declared that if the Into the parlor. Several firemen were
,lIi,,lwtlol of people ad 4! elanals were foraerl a *hen the hand overercome by the fnimet and had to be

.l a"tain4 ar te are most ItmprtMam of.the law should hi Ia aia upn rIt drags edl from the rnom.
.W whI 1WIt1 tn Chadwck: The rharrOd body of theb yoangrr
wh"y should I snd the brunt of Iey was found claspel In the arims
tVALUAUL JEWELRY IS STOLN all thi rouh!e which Ias been rtlrect. of the mother. All three. were deadl
ly brought shout by thF acts or that
Ap I W ent ef Walthy Merchanst i woman? Minera Against Open Shops
a." nd mmd oimei *Pflrflied. "Oh. my lcd!t" exetnlmelt the ot;d Birminlham. Ala.. Dee. 7.- At a
SYork, DeT.Jewele alued mail. "If 1 could h'lav my lflft toi live meet int f the union miners of Pralt
10 ltE 00 a repotted to have been agaln for the pI t two year that I City and Eonuey. who are now on a
iW iMs 1 busa the .apartmleat of J. K might savr my name froal this greater ttlke It waN decided that the men
PWIr'l wealthy ierebhlt Ia MYns dishonor that ha btw alcln Ie." who have takln enmpl~ ment in ope'n
tUa ttuare sear Setet(y-snetu tb -hops other than mines, Ahowi, d re .a* -
., trmh, e The |IrwelsW he C prove worigfor op shop ompan
,4 1, Mr. WeIlner and lher daughter. ADOITIONAL COTTON REPORTS. worlaln i or Topn shop ompanl aiw
an' capacity. This action would ia,
,Thbit wbe left it. a a e t retpos tithe;ory ,; ,
White thL tfi iy were driving and were While Yield Is Larger. There Was Lest par to indicate th he nlers are'
jlg tit m&lned for some hurs. Planted Than 1903. lore otSIeln f I n their pol).jn thr.n
a :.. The IlaprtImet aperently had bees WashlnPron. I%'e -The report of blh ben for some tiie ~1Ippod.
od* satredh by the use of dupleate keyp, tIle epart!nont reit't' Iri'- n
I pe there were a l ata of the burglary cateas a total pT'1 :0 'L, 1f N (,tn ,l Caleb Power GOata New Tr;al.
it' t I fept about the Jewel casket which the I'nlited tn' It.' .Yonr t' ,~I I~lnlvlle, K).. l)c. 7 .--,A r,
jd beea forced open. amn'intinr to 1. .:' .T,'' <'. from Frankrfut. K). ,tay- t. a; "
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EvEry 0n1n Who Stands Upp hl
i Closely Scrutinizedl.

The Work ef Oettlni 4h
Murder Trial is Prooresslng VY
Slowly-Health of Men a Neoae ar,
New York, Dec. 7.-WiVth only th i
jurors chos(ei as a result to the bg r
day' it wan evident that wh q
the case of Nan Patterson. for the Ia ,.;
der of Caesar Young was remIL
it the supreme court today more Us:
would be required for prel ia
thia In the art trial. The domlafi gg
of casdidatq for Jury duty 1s baei
prosecuted with the greater care, wa.
particular attention Is beln r #It,
to the condltons of health of the taeI,
man to prevent, It plosble, a tepU
tion of the occurrence, which bXroiug
the prevlou* trial to a sudden tee yl
On that occaslnm, when a juror W"p
strickenn with apoplexy it ,was lneari
that he had suffered Iwo 'previln
MI" patterson herself rI taking a
keen interest in the M'ltrc:itml of the
men who are tf decide her fate.
Il the first trial, it was said, I n
Palteor.on chose her oun jury. Wheay
the raise rame to a s-wl v rl nnd ms- e
pected end bhe e xpre'sNelI regret.
"I was bllre that Juty would acqu
me,'" she saJl] as ihe was led away u
her re-il In the Tonihmb Pro.;u her at
titude thiu far It eoPnis evident lhal
ash will do her heI t t -leeke 12 Me
who will hoe areepii : t.. her as WI"'
the otlhber. This r mct shl. has 3I
men from rt.-om ,lie may rahe herO s
elections, *
Aside frnm nMrs. PIttrrvin hsr-elf,
the most Interesting, liquro In the eal
is her aged. gray-hairdi father, Johns
Randolph Patterson, of \'eVshingtoN
Evermince his laughter Ha ehar i ,
with murder six monlh. a go Mr. Pat-
terson has given hls wh i;- time to bet
ease. In the vl),trIit0s trial he was aL
ways among the flr-t Io enter the
court room, and throii4h the 1ona '
daily seotsionn he rat always at hHi
daughter's sido. lie was the first t
welcome her when ti craine from het
cell in the litornoiinsg and the last t,
see her at pFght.
At this trin! the nt w familiar lAgtU
i to be -een 'achi day In Its raccut
tomtd pace.


Mrs. Thorpe. of Annlston. Slay Sel
in 8t. Louis.
Anniston, Ala.. Dec. 7.-Mrs. Mag14
Tborpe. formerly o thb! city. killrd
herself In St. XIm'iA by meanA oo I
Mrs. Thnrpe wais heated on the *iMl
of her bed. her I-year-old child lylyl
beside her. when the deed was cOrI
mitted. She had prcvlii)tuy hsnt bhe
older child about 4 y.-.:rs old. ott 0o
the room. This chlird saw the moth
er with a pl-tdol n hi r hann .and gar,
the alarm to thn neifahhbr-
When the later arrived. they ftrud
Mrs. ThnrpF with a wertund throtlb
the head and with life r tlT'in
Mrs. Thorpe had only h -n In St
T tnl shMout a month. having Irtni
there to loin her h:asbanr. who wAs
once a conductor on the fl nttera rail
Her art In attributed to the fear o,
an operation. which. It Is said. the 01 dr
forn had decided to perform on her
and to homesicknesst

Registratlon ListS Stolen.
Reattle. Washt.. cr. 7 -.A sprcit t
the Pooft Intellip iner fronm [)aw*-#
ritlv h'.ai their' oarefte.- r~,,cltemFnt prP
var 4 Over thr. theft of thi risr'orati4
l1t1 It1-tr -.e intrresr I. h ing takes
In hI i rcl1n o(f a er'nd1;itte for the



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O P 1 o In WeItl Pr lda
.p be fM E tSh1 Were.. T .m
I' t ltp If p rtult tweIt ome, ti w)hlh
l I Npg4*PI$ ii riaIta euseui&an-
*Cvi~t, will tl arwae taibor.e
'l lter mad erovrl a u thei Unlaed
M uI4o 6i b si this esty is a shanir

is pS orht a J. Rogert vs.
pund 0hhe sloarl it
Wls; t rr r P. Jr qfian hoame.
I frno the Unltwd
*, End shut the said
arteupy sand Ilve oa*'
l tO he time presertbed by
~;s whlsh l* voludalooe

t0 be othe iedmiop of
sho NSI, i
wo Me In eWWOMM of
g aw pe n i r

Sm wit Cben pWr.
M 8Osy 4. -i
a te. sr 5sr .a

ble, teo weo nd
eAw t as Mreel, volt

~toblc Is your stem Is

--forpam au I
BJitte. will qulks ll

I MeSa I1d1 som SMaM. It

'i,,ft&heasom ach, ea -

*mild biowes, slum.

p~.4e lie slarchelag and
i Wdip Lowr V.Sothbier snd
it 6Iterl va s ll tsae l ilot

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t, b Atlo Ma ill e *ti*

a sl i e sr lhi b rs eae olf oe d ose-
lhrd fisrlesm fanor around trip,
eaes Ie sale Dee r Soed. *tth
Me ask M 1e Deembe 28I. 26th

* s aldllst. 1,01, and January 1st,
Wilt hflrl limli January 4tb,
To te hors anl students holding
i Slwee ftoem superiartenades,
Il Use at a bove rate will be sold
4rdl Dembea r lthK-4th. 1904, with
S l limit January tth. 1905.
SS further detailed Inforimatina.
S1 m otes,, pply to J. C. Isk., dis-
flt* ltSt pesonger agrnt, Southern Itil.
Sif wi JlekoLnville. Fla.



0"r le flbhls b Sa g eelmns
Se60 0 h" S. cmes admruf.
CletIpy woman has an erronneus Idea
that by mcourinr the oealp. whhih re-
mowe the dandruffR t9 she It cirinx
tie dsadru SIh bmair wash her scatp
ewerw day, and r"t have dandruff her
htw tkon. *rcomtpntdl byI fallline hair.
too. The onir way In thr world to curr
dandruff I to kilt the danTAIrtff IeraN.

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any one thus afflicted to many
who now enjoy the blessing of
health, after years of hopeless
"t hae a son that had brain fever
Wtn two Ymrs Old. rUnwed by flA of
the u rV tyP, and hI e was pronounced
Inaeumbl, i-wpent hundreds of dollars
far him. Without rvllrf. Aflnr about
flttrn ym rs he tbe-rme va thl that we
nrnt him to Ion"Wlll hIeplUta for the
Ianr. at Laopnator. Ind. ie wna
thern nearly thrre y'r<. but he con-
tinued to Tjow wrl-., o we brought
him hnhom ulyr a 19t0 In an awfut
condltlon. He had i et hei mind almart
entilrly. H1I hardly knew tine of tih
family; could not evPn find hism hd;
was a total wrtk. 11ie had trnm I It
16 fitn a day. we w re u1rg.t to Irv
Dr. Mile.' Nervine. and before the first
bottle wae s used. we r ;cold ept a Ilir
Inr the better., We have glt'n it to
him ever *lirc. cnud he hnb had but
two very 11hit e pFlein wIne* last August.
130M. and I iin ni wLIu not wr4ll other
WEvR. Wle pronvoin ,o' him cured. n1 hi%
can vwork and gno nwhr*. I II U t )onr
wlniwuro to a wk aniy ut" o'"tiini ron. onrninjg
this, tti. n It I t 'l 1y to dair IO.
I. lf. IrNK1.I., L incoln. Ind.
SDr. Mtln* Norvrlne Is old by your
CrUftlat. who will guarantee that the
firItbottle will benefit. If it falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind


117 West Union Street.

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Men Pall Out Over a Trifle and Both
Are Dalerorusly Wounded.
Clayton, .Us. Ie,. 4--In a dltcultf
last nlght on Stmn-psn creek, 5 mile
west of ('Ltyton.. uld Crune and W111i
Watt. werei eMai erlouJuy w jondrel.
The weapmns used were pocket
halve.. Crime wmi iastbhed many
tinme In tihe Iae. nCr'o and h 11. y nr.'
Is not xnpocted t' I;\ti. 1T wttH va
Ssrlou.-ly cut int C -. I cc rx.4 1.1 t.)
ted. tbu1 w'11 r ~
BlAi *rG ln'a:-hr!'. of r.'"1 l No arm tsh l tiave lii i of :I'l .., 1r,1 it,.
parttrilmunta n ltr fie t tr' 'i *j.ily
woun l d to ebca :e It deatl dte obvlatE ite nrcc.-Hty of -IrnJent!'mr.M
The dlIbti ultl orilinalslid over :th
question a4 to who should pay for the
treat thit had Junt Iwen partaken.
The report reaching here il to it
*efet that Watts was the Iagressor.
Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies to the
Good Qualities of Chamber'
lain's Couh remedy.
Aehburaham, Ont April 18, if 3.-I
think it is only rglht that I should tell
you what a woodorfsl efl"t chamber.
bIet' 0ogh Rmwndly ise iprouduced.
The day brfur KEnser I was so dis.
t ied with a sold Nad cough that I
did not think to be able to take any
dtutil se next day, a my vole was
lolet s hooked by th6 Sough. The
ame day I rsived m order from you
we a boUtle of your Cogh Remedy. I
U oen pmcured a sample bottle, and
tolk about hre dss of the medleln*.
To my gIreW rllef the sough and sold
hs empoletelyl disppfrd and I an
A to preh three imes on IEaser
r. I koaw tht tbsb rapid and 1ef
oes mwas doe to yoar Ooa0 h
eme dy. snake this tetimonal.
wlthou sollelsat, Imot. 1Sthankful to
hve found smk a ueodeont remedy.
R"ne iplly yours.
B. A. LAm a.t1T, M. A..
Reeoe ofr Luke's Church.
To Chltmbterial Medleine Co.
This remedy in for mle by all droaI

Pair Official Critit-al;y III.
t, Loul, *Mo.. ec. T.-\V;I Um If.
Thompson, the treavurer (o the I.t-.
idaua Purehase Wxpoxltlon company
mad President of the National hank
of Comamere ln critically til at his
bhm e boer FrliMd believe hls II.
se Is the rftult of his efforts on
bealt or the world's fair. He car-
red almost the entire reponsibUlty
Il tUhe actag of the eaterprl .


Fits, then

Dr. Miles kettorative Nrcrv-
Inc hasl been .so successful in
curing tbjse lbrain-wrecLing
diseases that there is every
reason to believe that even thlle
most hopeless ceses can he
benefited, if not fully restored.
Wce will lbe pleasel to rfer

SnoI to ThI Big Shtr

If You Are Looking for Bargains
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In Fine Iry (uilods have attracted unusual attention. number
lave remarked, "How canu Gaueville Jupport a ituck of .ech
propotilona" The neaon Is that we give the best values
esosItent with honorable merehamdlislg.

Thi Pople Apprelte O0r Efforts
And our business continues to grow. Our took, cuniprising the
latest creations In Dress Goods, Novelties. Rus. Art Squarei,
Trunks, Eta., Is now ready for your uinpeetlon.

Shoe Satisfaction

For Men. Women and Children can be had by wearing any of our
celebrated lines. If you wtal the best value in Shoes ever
offered ih Oaianerille, don't fall to see our line.

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Island C

Cotton Seel. Bagging and
Leather in Strips or Si

Manufacturers of the
Sea Island Cotton

James Doig
Gin, and Supp






motto Wn.

I Twine. Walnrs

Improved English
'lies for Same.
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Centrally loltd, tbhereughly r aired and remiovte. Nenly tfrnlihhs
Earepesa Pan.
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Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in eReet Sept. i, 1904.

Depart For
3:45 pm
12:40 pm
2:05 p m
it i
12:15 a in

8:1 pm


Arrive Fi

High Spngp and Inter.
mediate Points
Ocals. Leesburg and Tampa, and
Intermediate Points
Palaika, llaytonsa Jacksonville.
North, East and West
High 4prinKs. Waycross., savannah. Bruanwick,
Albany. Atlamta. all Points North. East West

10:80 a
8:8 pm

3 15pm

Rtwhellh. Micanopiy and Citra

8 n 7 -20
Dally High S lrinjs jiiry
x.ionfday ex sn Vd n
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Iadi Enthuairut Explained
ngulty of Hard Eithways.



Taues for the Construction of,
Sbut Oet All the Benefit -A
SCrowd Present to Hear Ad-
ind Were Oreatly Impressed.
.* A. tS. Mann of .,ackonvilll .
ioganiser (if hard rtadtI, a h!at
Iitheuety for the rsslt i "y r I
Sthe guest of tlhre aiincrville
of Trade, made n all ddrcen on.
beet of hard roads at the ciort
Wednesday morning liilch wali
gltended by a numberr of the rep-
tire otllipl of tluinuevillte nitd
county,, many of the later
lremalined over a day. after the0
I eement that ho would speak, Mt1
Io hear what thin dilstiguiIshed
poad enthusiast had to say.
tor IMann spoke on the l subject
roads generally, arid created a
*de l f interest i tit.h nrovemeniln
earnest, clever remarks. Hft
Itratd in his argument that
Goods wvre the blessingi and iup-
mg ofsany country. lie showed
Wlb9 the common ipeoplu of the
namely, the farnner and mer-
sad laborer who happened to
hi ilown (arm or his own home.
be victims of the taxes upon
lto build these roads, but the
Inatresti, such as the railroad,
ph, phosphate and lumber
loe, and corporations of kin.
I a|lto, were those who paid
lioy to eighty pr cent.
IT baher to tell you, my friends,
te pe ople who actually receive
beale oft these Improvements are
S th people who pay the taxes,
virtually means who pay for
You would be surprised if I
ly ta the t railroads the tele-
c topalie, the non-realdents
rawU ll people who own property
lthseonty who ire not reel-
beel Fi three.fourths of this

Batibenefitdoes a railroad comrn
l derive from hard roads? None.
ta beaneflt a hard road lI real.
dletrlmeut to their interests; yet
ml It py a large proportion of
M to construct and keep them
What benefit does a telegraph
7P et from hard roads? None
I. Whas benefit is accrued
i MO IOnr ent of Alachusa coun-
Who owns a winter home here and
S emal s here from three to four
*seh year? None, except theq
llion of having these roads for
it lted time he is here; but h.
thse taxes Jut the isame and
bl pays a great deal more than
fellow who Is linking hls home
theyearf round, who Is making his
Ihit hre, and who can haul four
4rdmi erates of truck to markl-t over
AS roads with an easier effort than
Saed to haul over a sandy road
i to fifty rates. That's the rea-
m needd hard roads, and we must

I:Aaother thing is the valuation of
.plM remarked the speaker. "I
lte that there are thousands of
of land in Alachua county to-
ligyood, fertile land-that will not
IbGI over nl per acre. Whyj? I eal
";MerT this questioni-it il simply be,
I:Siss they are a long way Ifrim tar-l
,W ad tshe only accv. to market in
" iillerable roads, If lthe lands were

9"tIntlb communication by hard road
: *TO Would be cleared and cultivated.
,I? *;4ou would find that in a short
I:li they would increase tn time ill
t ,'fCtfa." ,
.Iator Mann made a tine address.
L' l It was noted that his remarks
... gI ood impression on those who
n~ fe fortunate enough to hear them.
S T Cure a Cold in One Day
, TLeAll lxative Bromo tquinine Tab-
-i htil Alldruggists refund the money
I li fails to cure. E. W. Grove's Sig-
Mre is on eseach box. 25.

ii li8g Fund for Irland.
ta, Il re c.1 7.-- An enthiustartle
i tlao of th I'sluterd rish l- ague
*Qlld in Ford's oprta bouqep for the
'.e" of raising funds for the raus.i
h bor nme rfle. It was addres d1
h t "ai? . . ..i

Sold by All Druggists.


Had Jurt Kisted her When Gun Was
.'iray, VJa., c. .- -- moe Itrim a
xiunnlit Irl ln il! aft'r ki Ingf hie
nlmth(r at flit iolr. rIfil rricy, axed
1:I, In pputllI 1 lis KIgun uway, tsrl
lsltaOI I't cLa .rtg 1 it ailtd Ilow hIlk
mrn ?:cr'. ,:ndt '.,
Thr a '24; t 4vi n crrre& iit while
the ltthei rclildr', :. t.1reo hrithers and
four mtIt rT, we Irn cI :(itI. Wh1ifm
they camin honrmt hey fotind thelr
brother (iHtil, running In and
out of I1e hoiI t,1 i. iig alimln lI y to(1 fl
omi thing for ie; it; inth died Insiently.
As lihe ,'hiir,:ro: rn'iaht lKight of the
woman' lihtmiy 1vying; halhe 10 In ibloild
on their 1cr aniit her nttaltored, oti
awful wa llt c nm' Ironi each o()le iO
they t a mt nli it (t. i antl her Ihtly and
klifstl It.- litlo dy f i'i*. Nlaighbor came and t(lnk charge. but it was
smo tO iiiit' Il'for' the poor. mother
lt' chrl lldri ri cln tl l' pact ed,.

Head About to Burst from
Bilious Attack.


"I had a wr svre bilious attack and
felt like my linad was about to burst.
when I giot hold of a free niample of
'hamberlin'ii Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I took a doal- of tieam after
supper. and the next day felt like a
new man, and have been feeling hap-
py ever nae," saysl Mr. J. W. Smith
of .lulifl. Texas. For biliounpesF,stom-
ash troubles and constipalion these
tablets have no reinal. Prloe, 26 ents.
'or sale by all druggists.
AlrshIp Makes Successful Asoent
Alamrnla. Cl.. Dee. .--4leorge V.
Reatonu. ll*, iirvt*lotor alid d1esiglirr o
the airmlfli "Californaa Messenger."
hans lmten,.;'-ntM nnt only that hil
flyi'n n nchiitr will fly, lht ilkrwise
that l v ;1 i, l whherr It Is tbiiden re-
ari','., '," :,Iltlim"n of wind. The
air h, "".a .. ad m ther a-(c 'tif Sunday.
if,i ; w .--i m ni. hour in lhr. Iri
ali l trr l\. :imR will In any direction
h1 f',-s'l 1 t'h eh'itr lia sm for dill
r(ctlin l 11i 1i p worked withotit a
hitch of ny srt.

A Costly Mistake.
llilderit ar SomietimetI very 'expen.
sitv Ot(eauitornally lif, itself i, the price
of a mistlak;r ,lt jeo'll never Ihe wronii
If you take Ir. King's New Life Pills
for dy)'pelsia. dizines,. headache, lit-
er or itwel trutithi They are gentle
yet thorough, .N'* at all drug stores.
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
You cian tcuretr a copy of the new
edition of booklet enitiled. "What to
Say in Spanish and HIow to Say It." by
sending two cents in pottage to W. H.
Leahy, division passenger agent, At-
lantis Coast Line railroad, Savannah,

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Demand, for Real Estate
Never Better There.


Fve Hundred Acries u Mclons Will be
Ptanted the Coming Season by Onea
Man, While Another Will Put In a
Largs Potalo Field.

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,at a I ti -. .l-.-.7. he ;ul1t1it wii uh.ol e
ii.' i i ls i r e .-11ei t cu di iont U r I
lhav at attim hnrdahw o 4 a4ut neveaty : 5* .iu L.ihtest Runingam the
|iuls. fit' school is progreusiig lisi-n 6, e11.., Writers of the World
ly uwde.r thi.. inaigern. lit of 511.] ,, iySh,.s. More Payhol in ..
, y n an se tl('re itle ii.rire acst aid .ii Cfl ..viiI than any other machin.e.
Slenbely a*s PastisLhIBI. Mluch credit asol _I. f
dtlie Ito theii )tiulg ladies f or the isue-
cles (of the' school. lith- ed 1 miankhes 1 S f* .
otie it imnk of the Ia lt days of "o l'-r s.
ICLIt" to Uviiti liae school and see theH N lil t lll I
interetia that i bing tLakeia in the T UN iulk
work by thosu two youig tivachers. M lli"
Ot)1e would cot'ni diudu after o01 v 1aiL
tihal .omeL older ad e'xpmerienced- teach-
enrt culu liter ,anld prolitL by the i-
tt peis that are set by these earnest l |p
workers. a P N TS PoL M Ag
A. I., lllnitein,. ho has rVoently r O ORLY Wi U
moved to thoe Barry farm. is the boss rtrah of LIBERALrTPYM OYt
potato farmer of this county. H.e rep- PROMPT AY I1
resents a company that will plant the e Cver the Imponhps point .usAM '
largest orop of potatoes next se1so10 1oleit a star, of your bedieps
Moti hasevier been grown in the coun-
ty. Hi Its enthusilasti and lagims that
the Hanta Fo potato land can't be exa
yelled In Florida. He is a level.head-
ed and experienced truck farmer.
i. II1. Holsdein, who has recently D-ent for t" '
rented the Win Holder plantation ad
the Harrell land for the purpose of f
planting watermelonsandcantaloupes, V ictoVl (clte af
has moved his family on the Holder
farm. Mr. Holstein leanexperleneed The *Vietor" Is lhe
watermelon and eaataloupe grower,. Ing the prehMaeeft
and he expects to plant flvehundred from 6 ba k
merely In mvelacs in this community this b e 1 .i. in 1 .
coming seaon. c usu K a ufl ,
An evidence of the young men of
Santa Fe section being contented and Information herf lt Ir l.IIII I
satislfed with their location, is the
number of transfers of lands in this tss mrwct
locality in the past week. There has
been at least six trantfen of real es-
tate., all to young and ambitious me I I I
who believe that Florida is good
enough for them. They know fvrowm v
experience that all that is necessary tuo S ciN tu iV 3msr NOt. ., 6I',
success is intelligent workmen, the 2- trau ne No M N 4 O @50s -
samne method that is given to any Ln v Jacksoprill .. K
other property nanaged business. Lv Jesup....... So p 11 M 10
The singlig convention whlach ha 1L Savannah.. :.HRB 'o 00 I
been extensively adverlleed to come Ar Columbia .. So Ry S S1 p 6' b 4I%?A
off on the second Sunday and Saturday Ar Charloo .. oRy p .
in Dree.mberatthepublicscohoolbulld- Ar mnv e... R IS Ri Sp A SSt
Ar Datille . ....n R0 016 t 4 p r'
ing will be a great success, J.dging Ar Richmond. .Soty dp Al
frotu the interest that is befug taken, r L nhbur o t 4 h Ar
It bids fair to exceed tha cxpiotations At cLrlot'vI So By 0 S lOp v
or its promoters. All who love good Ar Washington, l 9 44k *O Air
tmu.ic and like to mingle In good eom Ar Bal. Pmo.lad el'I p 1 :
Ar I.lilmtrel. P1 My I a a u
pany. and those hat would like to re tr New York P y 4 1'I
ecive the bewitching smiles of the blos
of tid's creation and partake with o. "New
those lovely angels, the best that the Daeily Pullmn Dva Ipsgle
northern, part of this great county can Jacksonville ad New Yo. Ar
alTord. come. Dinner will be served No. 0-"Wash1 B la d rod
each day on the school park. Iim Slee "O Dal ee Dene Ar .
"*,- RItoom sleepiag a(r o8eekeville so "
The crop of cotton, the larRge that New York.
hais ever been gathered here. le about ,.To_. "Te L"-,l f the a." ih a '-l
all gathered, the sugar oane erop is Thruh The Land of stSky. X.80 Pttg W
short owing to the lack of rain.aud the Lvil*0 lJa coniV.. So, UI A
potato crop is also short, Oat plant. L vTt;sa: 0.( a. .. .:: ;S 6? "b A ? S...
ing and general preparation for the Ar A'hew ile, N. 0C). 1 .Jf ,Mfi 1
next eropis theorderofthe day. Ar in tprInip. .N R0By i8p _H'lO- lI
W. B. Holder of the Central City t Ar Knoxtille tira S0o ft p M -
here preparing and setting out a *- Ar t. LouIs ...... ... 4 p
can grove on his valuable tract of land. ArCoinnati........... 9 1
ie is a hustlerand is keeping up with No. 80-Daily Pullman drawigl rom Lv am ..
the times, and bet.t sleeping earbetweenae Ar .....
J. 1'. Pope has closed a deal for the souvill and St. Louis. At At t..
Stanley farm, north of Santa Fe. and -...........-..... Ar l*atti, ..Ala .!
will move his family here nexit week. A .uima h, Al a....
A. u>. Hill ha. purchased thet R. May T AT rain D lA U b NaS
farm and will take 1,esuion of it. on To v em *...

the first of January. Ar Ho. pI.,LACk ..;. /
Capt .. L. Maithews has closed tIe Washington and N. --"~~a stel s
trade fora large tract of land lyingly. Polln drwi g
Noew York. earsl trai
north of Santa Fr. li has, It is re- hNiW. empr alwe d i las
ported, bought the J. I. Cook planta.--- .- ...-- .. ., i
tion, formerly known as the H. It. EXCELLENT sM1UIN CAR SBBTIM
Richard plantation. The demand for t ARRIVALS AT JAOKBO1VILLEt : L
good farming land Is good here. From New York. Wahlagtoa. ete.-No. Ut, "Wahlatiml @I5 a |
Prospector aIre looking out locations ited." 9:00 a. m.
daily. t seems as if we are on the 'From Chliago. ClnaelnaltI. ChlttUanoo, Atlanta, et4 -4 N' lt,'
Smited." 9:85 a. ain
eve of a more prsperous time. There From Kansas City, Memphis. Birmingham. t*,-No. 4, *
is less indebtedness than was ever ed." 9:86 a. m. . :
known. There are but few who can- From Olacinnati, Ashevllle, ete.-No. 21, "W*aelmlma Iat I s' .
not come elear of debt, and have plen. itd. m W Yr a' m.
From New Yorkn,Wubinglon, get W.- W "mop To*' Id l
ty to run them until another crop Is preo." 7:o40p. o.
SJ. LUSK, Distriet Pasenger Agent, 109 W. BeS1. m
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That a. the deep and well*founded oqnvlotion in
the pabe alad regarding the

I.Correct Clothes

00, Baldtmore.


Schlo3s Bros. &

Thi y an re abtdll superior In style and workman-
sip 6o iher iak. or readfylo.war apparel.
Dom' be delved by the elothing pleture you see
Is t mSahlg m lvertilmenea.L Take theal elaborate
UlsM at Mad omplne them with tho clothes they
OIalN to 1driNsM t and wath the effeet upon your ujim*
'Else pqsdo not make loe sloth.s" is onn of
the Uls)se-m_ i This make of clothing stands on
ts psalam qSiuit aetually found ln *ob c grment.
Ti s' it sh Mthe lh Illlessrllon but faintly repre.
ItShe buhop w l of Double Breasted fSek. We
ho la I tihe p br bmrowm and fasmesy niures

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11mctleB B. 8. MERCHANT& O.
R' etailenr and Jobtmn in

S, Ii Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Sral, Barden Sesd and Fertilzers.
H-ghet market price paid for Chickemn. gs anr.d other 'PrAlce
"~~,A A oeplet stolk o? Hay. Corn. Qat#, Flour,. ran, l. il. C(tton eee N d Y
Sand R W. handle ,nd the VERY fIE8T goods as the LOW.
PRICnS,. an goaran.e *iasfseuoi l.
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IAlmunf on and Guns. or -alqn s r1T.r.T
rhosa "
.s, A ,wa .ri euo .ooroamn,Triple THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA CO
0f1m Ptltd Wlad Solk 8lver Piwes.
. Capital......... ............o...o50000 00
n ss Ltirgest Oer in Florida of Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25,00 00
te. flAaSW eIBn F Etin OSOaS A a ay baas w wint tfi as equal sno aw beak 1a tthe sItte' 5*1
hiv.e.. W,, 1 ., _.F!r V---_ -_...Mi ,Oa ua.f ,. tater al...wS'
@ *llts srrsinmsss AU ae lames uI~S proemptp.
Ri, E. TAYTAI)R Oshier. ,
S Chaanooga Plows u. TAYL. ,.,,.,
--"' HS""'" The. -- Hotel
Bllr d I rdwo Co.,
SOOn the A. CL. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
and ***---
ra IC It None Bett n the State at $2 a Day. Porters
er. I Meet all Trains.
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A ln o7" rI( .to ,lSt hornm. On I
oln( l of -the Orlle onwi ed idi a the
all ea01 fwts of She MllippG d I
asofl the O t bloNd POkoMA r ivn
imedlud s. St.Loc 19 as6 la |d
onechitd aru for the wod trip. |

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PKCAN TIRE of the st udar arietIes euLk as have a reenNl .
hind thrm. rAs.rit OrameN t, Eta. CM t "R le to
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'. lA. Ci.AIIIeI I A minutehe t"10'r
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ga tie pubUzbllhf~l every 1L0orn11i. @
Ypay;rs usit t. lUuAted
,4frI31 '* redt br erM *Ir tCnbt nit 11.

hsllio t' O 0,r:t. a oir oive 0eoks--*

UlslfetoaS lDd h OU tsior OuWL 4d-
ril Idim;47 ulvrilrdvtiis mwads known

kOrI Week tium Ls n eClrbt-tslse.
a l' a glri, vusibed every Mron-
Tbuv trlr, mnd 1 taluris all the
; ts WeeK, loal,t btile mud geO-
silll be ailed. Vcute6 free, tIo anr
*S UFl st Sl el or C rtda. fort l00

&L4btlUS lfhiO WOdul saflr itrma
Of adeuvrtalMnit, uniesl otierw cIr
H lfetnwlat. Partles not known to
m lrrttlr4d to pwt for dMwertllnl io sd-
(a. Alipo .Iu. .ri .

RPotts of Prisrebirg, Pa., who
visited (aineutslle, wrltel toh
e paper, The Chester Couanty
.# follows Ooncerning his views

O Olneasilli, Fla., we were met
Nas J. Faio, at veteran printer.
yais nour first Ideas of the art
Shthirty years ago, and lhe Is
ifr mid satire and knew how to
ptl sy pleasant. Thl is oneo l
it Ipottant Interior town In
ItLs populatloo of 0,000 io
doubledd Ti lhs winter months
S. esll nersoe eekinpg li wari.,
i lmale, aom Indoed even
nl lad It very dilrable. The
Sare wide and twentsyflre year
planted with oak tree--a
~aJl middle as well er at rerh
Uli conse lquently !i ii well
Id' when you are shielded from
B iun your re re freshed by a
;s, We spent the Sabbathl
iadlg five religiousl ervlee.
a thi ther are itanly oode
llaid lrstian workers among it
rs ad social people. The day
akably quiet, contributing to
9alJy of the day. One of the
No r we ian say for thlis town is

,Oglmint a Prohibition State."

phispt Commerclal Appeal: The
l e cheerful and serene. The past
promise of her future. The
anarl will be built, and the
ate of the aSotwih will be the
so of the world. Houthera
wlillh bhndle mush of the acom
that will par through rhe canal.
IallCt cotton will be a permanent
W r We re not looking mournlully
sleo the puat. It oan never come
We are the bappleit people on
icit of the earth. The moon shine
r the old tentucky home new
Killed. There l still the sound of
ftle down on the ouwanee river.

-lra is full of kernels, and the
Is full of corn.
sl youth and imanty a maid
Ifnoeing in the cherished shade,
itrl eoking bird is sinngin in the

iL Democrat or Massachusetts are
~Sllagreslive and what might be
S"puffed up" over the result of
lsltion in that State, and no one
Ipbpte their right to exult con-
y over the election of a man
SthO record and ealibr of W. L.
ilaa. The Hay State Democrats
talkingg enthuslltically of "Ioug.-
.l, president in 1108," and they
Sito the fact that he won his fllht
lty on the reeiproeity question
Son hit altitude toward labor.
Lrthle Strlngth he showed on these
phpoIqnt questions there is no
:i whl Dooulas of Masashusetts
0i not figure prominently In the
W i Demoerato national convention.

* Petensborg has a curfew r.l

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UNIFORMITY BOUND TO 0OMI. j L.ona" ounad like a Battle Creek'
patent to usunl breakfati table, iut it
Thie edrlltr of fIu. Polk County litar. is a. matter of solemn fact the name
tow) iietord., who r'eaiiy camj e Sito propo(Js d tby hi. British ntl*, $ir Ed-
this Itale from I -'ll orgk, has the futo! wrd Clarke. for the country of Uncle
lowtlg to payr coi:rL, il tihe unirorln. I Hin, harula bern cotntr.alted from
'ty of school i bnik the iniiials of "L' ilt MShtoii of Nurtih
lit|i.,r ItI Timln, il'. t(.'e.-er Al Arnl-rlicl" E'n if Julna Ilily hold
iite leernal editor oi f thie t Itpul r liii.rvi'4,,f1 it n|id write a Stoiil
Lakrtarnd YrNew, waii iii towui \Vtdilr e is, %hic it liky n Oulhl, the pealeli
dIuy mnld eiillouimiti hd the l iitti in The' oft e! ied Mlat we l Stil InitOlyl
SIteord lihs takeii tin hf r matter of uniil r enrlt bting chirttentio w.,;'i aiiy tu"h
foruiiity of ilool iteolk. l-:lit r l l- lt rlianL culil ry i.4A onlin
Ilan, wIF'1, iy the i ty, i olne f the IuJ t ) .
pill it iand mint' LhLrotighlly oilti. nl I ', l'r, ,l; i'i f, ii t
cditirs in lrb.i., riiii. liiSe in. +l,,,lii ,, s lt r it .ii l l.y t
I *in .tjt ii .'l I., itlli K nilty, t *' iratn Ir t lc rlinA f(ir ea-.A la ,e.:
i m wis formerly a r, id t of tm' Crt s iii l prsidel'nrtil tr sii t *i. li;ot
SHt ., of Alaioa nllt iln ki Wl i tliuir. i t i, ar re, e-t rioe rn i, nitail tret j
tl i tir i' derivrd fro. nli iii'--r y i f i al l fa lia l ,i o I.f'. l el tri Is ilk li s
text books biy th* ipeopiliv 11<4 i i I r po rroe would nrt I.*gri .lgq ten
touch with thi- c.imnn liople ofj thi' lintles tl i X. 1 for the adeiuatie
section an I nflly re.llesl the saving Irot;tioCLn ,if its pubbe uffiers. blt the
thit ourlliz l iii will derivr from the i problem 1.1l rIlrnills I r solution
gihangie iou*ii 0inf lty." iln (teorgill, wh,.tt>r e'rariiltitc i .oro i. I r'a ly
where the writer of the presentt isicei *ervT- It prote'.
formerly rlsided., the change in tihe .
satelinof ilshool took very greatly A .\1 eidnce uof tle protrerity and4
benieftttd the farmers anud pleased theibthhe ,rosperity of his eity, Ediirr W\'l.
people generally. ter ', Y well of The 4Irilando Stir has
For instance. Milrti' arithmalil-, 1ad11 ail ight-pagef edition tdf h is I-
which fornimrly c st Ith pur0o1uier pr. Thep Yr;,r tI one of the brighttet,
11 2i. can now bp bought for, the sum newiieost jnurials a kich cometU to The
of lA or 07 centt. It uniforiiily tof Stisr. aiid is to be congratulated upon
text b'wkks lcan make Ise difference In It# Irle tpatronage aiid its energy.
one book used by the rvhools of the --
"Peninsular" State. i It reasonable to Tihe American Federatioln of Lbor
presume that is will also make the repudilaed Solialisn at its St. Loul
sine difference In tie price of all the nieting.but iudulied In several long.
bookI. Continued cheers when it was an.-
Thrrefore we reiterate all we said In noaneed that the Soialllistie vote had
o'ir editorial of last week: that u-, lenreased from 00,000 to X,0WO.
formtity of school and college l :-text
books will not only remove our Kood David B. Hill now comes forward to
and glorious tate front the control of make peaoe. Who was it that aid
the American look Company-he i that his function seemed to be to make
most outrageous and damnable school pieces? W asn's the 'Peaeemasker"
Sthe name of that dangerous aetanon
b~ok corporation that we have-but that exploded so unexpectedly?
will give the tepayerls of Floridai
school book* for their children who r* Ire _
coming on to govern and to guide at WlI W8 I fI II ml I
about half what they are preis l enIlil b. IMm l.J
paying. We would sollest thar our
sovereign citizens wake up at once, iNjf TiMk
and we can aisure them thai the good Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
newspapers of Florida will use their discouragKanlleiseens.aubitiou; teaulty,
earnest efforts in their rllhteous inter-* V% Kigor and cheerful.
eats !' iinews oon disappear
w_ hen the kidneysare
Secretary Wilson of the Agricultural I.out o er or di
Department has aeaquiired a brilliant Kid'ney trouble lua
feather for his cap. For the last s:x Iecome so prevalent
years he has carried on a series of ex- that ii Is not uncolu-
perlments to obtain an orange tree l n raid to be
11on afflictld with
that would stand the frost. He has leak kidneys, If the
now scoured mure than dne variety of chlld urinatestoo often, If the urine acald
great vitality snl endurance by sots-~ the flelh, or if, when the child reachesan the ilityant ivenr anr*ae wih lrose. when it i shld be able tocontrol the
Iu the Indian IIver orange with a gamee. t is yet afflicted with ld-wet.
Japanese hedge took, by budding and tinig ependupllon it, thecause uf the ifli-
grafting, and has obtained "large, lus. crutty is ktlclly truuble aund the irst_
cious, sweec oranges, full of juice anid .tl) lhoukl be towwds Ueia treatment of
S, thee tnlllritantoramnl. Thlr Utopleuasnt
of a flavor equal to any ever irown in Iruhl ,l e In to a ilise tl comntllion ed
Florida."' The tree will stand any, the kilncys and bluater and not to a
winters below the Ohio and iPotoma hbllit as moast iCQpic suppose.
rivers. lHaini developed this fruit, 1 Wollltuei as well as. Cn itemlle inscr-
%l-ale will kidney andl bIaddekr trouble,
'several thousand young trees will be n itli nel the sali e gel t remedy.
distributed free of cost to nurserymen The mild and the immediate effect of
and fruit growera in the Southern Swaimp.Root i slon r~alized. It I sold
States." The young trees have aI- by druggists, in fifty-
cnt andl one-ollalrl
ready endured four wlaters with the t lmstl. you man
thermometer frequently at sis above Ihave a mansple bottle
sero. Even more amazing it the anp bv snail free, also a stUm'iaS
nouncement that Beeretary Wilson's pamphlet telling all about Swaimp-Root,
department has made an Invention to nlu cllilin aniy of theu mthnmaUllof tt.u-
the epre t hast mro moll itts rc iv froni stir Krm &
she elect that 'nitrogen-fllxig bnat cured. In writinu Dr. KIilnler & Co.,

teria. artlficially produced, may be BinKhamton, N.Y.. he sure andli mention
Soed so render the poorest eoll pro. this paper. Don't make any mistake,
lifla ielde. of all legumiaous plants." lt n mcern thSw namep land te ad,
,,o ,---,----;~ Itl lOQP~lt~ _. r--, |1 ~ ~Drr. k~ilme!"p SsnWip-Rot lld tlhe ad-
Ootton, after an inooulated crop of red dre., Binghamton, N. V., on every
lover, lgves an ineresed eld ed of 60 bottle.
per cent, and wheat and potatoes the -, -.
same. while oat return 300 per cent E A NWOMEN.
and rye 400. The department is now1 ca ~et rliporranerslurai
sending out free of charge enough Inm- li.**r Ir' "t-.1orfaisonU
I .. .i .ell. L4, r u ll* ** u r" tm rl eer **
oculating material for several lore. to ......... Poi,," S..*t tweo.
each applicant. A package costs the VoIIarIISc. % re ,,i w Ieio...,
fioman. so 140 beywsgtt.
government less than four cents leaks, r.'... or wr.iin pleta wr. pl.
,Iv *% r'e*t. pq for
or a cent an aerr, and saves the far. U l .'r laLt'. 111rri.l"
mer $80 or $4. 4. '. u*lr im., i --r .

Very well; then t is an established
fact that any woman in this country
cas deliberately kill any man without
beint punishedfor It If she can make
her way to his presence when he is
alone. Is this a wholesome condition
of thing.? And what beoomes of the
proteotion that petit juries are sup-
pomed to confer?
How's This?
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any are of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Oatarrbh Cule,
F, J. Oitluv y & Co., Toledo, 0.

\e, the undenriged. have known F.
J. Cheney for the slat 1 years, and be-
lieve him' perfectly honorable in all
busineBss transactons. and fnaneially


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rtin o Robbed Chief et PeolI.l
.A4 to Chattanooxg. Tom., ew. .--'ni
[ U aernlval of burglary that bl existed
~i tS Chattianool for the past week came
S to a ellima when burgtars entered teb
aU boone of Chief of PFwe I.' W. HlIL
*ad tonk atl theo inoey from hli
clothes, wktoh were batnan an *
i ejtlchair, Includlag hsb "hnk ptece" whieb
I i was gives him by a high official durlnl
Mrrn the time the troops were eNcamped
so*4 en during the Spailsh-AmericaM
b i war. The burglart have shown a
M i r IedlflOIIlt to the robbery of hoena
r$lo46 of peomlant oiealdls Sad number
r" bhte suffered. ,

Seim& Vieted by. Sg Fire.
elas. Alal, De. S&-The lantee
eal Cottos Bes OU eWMDpany's planl
St partially detroyed by fire this at
.. "l twona. Seed, kall lad mteal war*
o use are s tis l hs,44d bet wen
othree ad ur thousa MI tone of sed
LU.' M 'WO r t. Th, totua laos IM tetimated
....I PwA.,W. partlelyas, f.d by I,
10SSe..I eW le b N sed h4 a*MImal
S.t o- plant V MPAN wrth a,
.J- "I 4 a l *ato tel s ombuptio.
to I 4 Wrrteat to t*r MSDppoM

h m sewanbsse w. a. wo e uri
igi i i. I '*Ir P. o ri oseo r
Sh -ft .m ,to beene d sm,S
t, e ba 1
I,,A,- 1 We o mind Is for old
thtIB S) WlAat this eruptioaus.
*yM W* I M, ,. WR

W tm bm -l t-. "-i"

,. tt:,m. *gqguiit PAOT TONIC i
,/f fl:,11 ,prw .. w k w ^j^ nr. Mm f f
1 0.M J*U tw ar L*nlment C .

i, ISbhis mtber fl;. Ll ES. l.
wf rfweda a u, w w. a. imws,.
7B'Mn. ,la h e t am AVO T TONI

'ia. is 'm'tomy aa. I milwese alo, alid
a. si ,ia, was a bt .t ta a nS I e d, pItolllnet

..5 pnhlflsbools, 17 plhophate
-b o$flaw mills, 1,0em-6 o ourt
6n aelpae C uun. syd pro|
H H !jj i-7r (to. Twtk dio 4 UINU luN Tii *

dupeAa eray esern Xees, la
-now" H to a u7s, be MS aheas uM e900s
v0solee swoo to Mik e"daP tona,
I^i.` 1,.M M e, pibe iombools, 7 phosphats
.^^**Hf^-w~._', ^ aw m pslX colo, urhm new n ot
16O s w aw sores 000f ri se'sone ager.
Pc: j*-*AdIow Ca se o at, usy, potato. pine lpple, or.
w. t e towing aMge, pehe. peel pflame oer
PRO (MuneU.l wasta UD and S rall kinds, o resrtb les.
o" a 'watnle t to be a eaL
note oi qitte Nwry *I IIhfINIU wu uueu vtis
beirSaA e Wttof this Sam a1nd Has ftnere churches, two public
'It to e.. at on. O *ats e ebhool, th EIat Florids eminarry,
444r Um Cbawtek of privat-se oole lre tr ewsrperp
e ma we ands*ev wer V OV State ld oftf th be0t
a0 s ik pap s a therports wr Use r alarm ym, elearloe
a n rrsrt is m a hte ,C o Zfac torins,
is B w". .1at is all' W1n6ae ins ope t hre wood faeto
'ries, '. a.est g al, two mos factories,
WILLt 01s PFROM OUN W4ND. three railroads, two fertilizer man.
Sh triRO O e We companIes, o ne iber
SM ,manurfaeory one retifylag tuar.
i! UAtM W Ane lther With a Dirt and pentilo plant, two bankr, and wll
I* h at Down.. as oked stores embracing every.
l &taims Ga DotCe.. -J Wood thing in the onomcrelal line.
Wittn uag9 ye white mau wbo was ---
W> tIM aet at fAbt saturday mIbt by The F1loid
ilt CwSlpqppa. nr rtnll ivtng, SLIma n1 .0 ida
B E S base a. siatStaWed- bor his recot.
AM*r. s ? w hlVO UhrwII<1 Fruit and Truck Grower
^;U *- f thrtouh with big brrge of large
iAs, the ahotuus betlu Urn at dose L. 32V33T, Klle aw np'r,
maWS anM the atibre oatenta of o-e & 4 tBTMY Eitor a nPr'r,
tbhaWli the ttia golg la si right ALA, FAi
s*de san taring a fearful bole B 149 VIA,
ploen through his vital I.
dOtlp o ep r rwas hady eat up by Owe Tear................ ...l....e
Hoiward. but li woumadm are sot fE Slugle nplos................. 10
tal atE there s ae wntwesta ovr
w' ePtdlea. I
wnshi itif .iik Jaam -^-a -

nii ', i' 'w "
Ws0,P1 i DM91 dh lWb IL
@ hC ntoa C., DIr. 4-Th tplt,
d St fSa( tretlmg ship Topeka, which
left Hamapts Ro. ThufRlsday for the
purpose of destroying a langervrm
d wllt off this Ooait. I In Chatliwest
labor sad reports blowinf uip a sunk.
s1 Vewel about 40 miles to the cast.
Sward Baturday 'morinlo. Tbree spars
Swot#lsible Ia 0 ftashoam of watle
*sd i dynamite charge was lwoered
Sseir acmh and euplod6d by electricity.
M The spare were thrown oe i of thie we,
I tr. There t not clrew to the
Same or the vessel and the rig was not
t evn astertalned. Toea of flih were
Skilled by the explose and th lb crow
S*and appraetltes enjoyed fresh fish for
,: r ay or two.

sad Wines In the olty.
- .... ... ....... Jas. Everard's Canada Malt
Mathuashek Pianotil
SAs good as ta: and Iwtter than moos
NOT])D 3R ROWEETNESKi At PUtIl Beer. Made of Hlop iand Malt
DURABILITT. Per Barrel .... ... $1050

BesI pIano ror this trvin eUtlste., rstnds In er Dozen......... 1 26
woe longer than others., oaontruts d -
best matert. and ss at rtleo
'Up to daLe b avery
detail and Un,

Sold by us continuously for
without a single failure. If von
wsIr pan for a I fet* Fastest Time and Finest Service

Mathushle I. T to All Points
C"b-oro-ft .- -eto, is r iot, West
trial. We a tr rrht. Writ .J |R | t
toa't ri- ITaAY. nd North i wei

n Through Pullman I)rmwinK Ho0
Slelinn Cam daily fromn .;aekhownfll
to B rmintnham. Nashville, IE.:nsvillte
l ut II U RAt I COhleao. A. .Louis,. l'enseolr. Mobile
nlad New Orleans,.
tlMhiH *Millie. MAl .L.- nv .;... n,.. in til

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4mouwosw CA D OA IRlLB flVO uq '
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- ...ET Is T,.. -, .1
ST- Alachua Pool Parlor,
Omesov er Aard 1 e6 'ew. .4. l .4i kAr
it d. .C' Iluire, Pl'ropihtor.
DR. .i. (I. MOSEEIk,
) 8dT Eo1 A T If .
lOffie: M.agnotlial Htul. (sinie.ville, Loted i th lorTr lock, a
CForita. (( r .d Tes ire. h trr I tilSl abIo1
Ud llghUt, msit dbraimptl Iii u rS4
SAl h. e n.:.*',..*(i t'r..ta J wltlm't o *rviee. The putlii ib uordially InAl i
0fd O Ilrar,. ului a 0.y j I iL *it. i, a r iiy still *Iway WeBflrtme.

And iolieitor tul jutIy Represuenting I
Heal EstatefCovI)yancin; ad 4i(ten.
eral I'rnatlot. All buiuess.Ii piriuiptly E. A. WEIL & CO
attended to. Olie inext do.r to n *5'in
oficV. U AIN &.v% IIV ,1 % J AM4U L)
FERDINAND BAYER. Of All DewrlpU(ons.
GAINItvuI.-. u. Sole Agents for MOXAII'l andtOty '
-EI4GN QUALITY Sl hos. Every e.
Can sell jour oily property, faim- I Ai hre E v
proved and unimrproved), pyhuepht pair waranted.
trucking aUl farm Ing lauds. Itnd hil a
a lilt of what you uoer(or sale. 2142rn. J MIuse. Ag


OAINESVILLE, Aleahua Co., FLA. Corner Giruve aln Cvtyremstreeu .
Offle In Eadel Blook. Pbo a ie o. ae a ee

I[aenMnr mto Sitler Aldermxu)
Frehb uItrry Day.
Over ltonu & Co. s. B," GAlv. rDr.
,mAlbga m li to Crowsm ad DBrel. work. Deliver to AU Puas or citi.
SaUalaes UwmorsaIsrtm
D". ORoxo B. .e , -. - -'"--'I,
J. D. CRABB Aent
orodIUate lmitaore CoUeln* Dntsl s8utmer
Five yer mperleme I o New York City. -Walr -
crwu.uL+ .*Whas6 a ~MSNolsTk Fine Wines, Liquors and Cilari
Office la Mllner Law szcr. STARK K, Fl)tIrI .

THE WEST END. We wlla sed ou Elxpra
FINE WINES, LIQUOR C4OARS Prepild to GalnesTille, F,, 4
JOtIN sIENZIES, Protlesor fl Cas quarts Superior Oaa A
t >l W. Ur JtJdkwluvia. fleii cE 0 S U I
Fust beer. bottle and draught. Don't i lnd Rye for $3f I IR
f4il to call on me when in Jacksoanvllle I
W'." ..-.... ... D.
(With .Dr G T hltn).

Oace in Mller Law Exchant 1o,

CRYSTAL SALOON, Jacksonville, Florida.
Frsak Gardner, Prol'r
Jalckonville, Florida

Best Imported and Domestlc Liquors BE )t.

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'oUtlh (leorgil Mbthodlsl ronfer.v
S' ,r nl ait Mcills toI meol
'iurlnu nit'I year.
. .1to flrfe at Al;riln. 0. thre lose
i (|tel d r ,'4)). ,01. nlf tnclurltd 110.
S worth of I.ttl(i'r. bariiS and II

g. ieral fI,':,i', fla I rtbaldl, tkh
t. 'l" ifn If th Ital an hten
b his first AiIrt A't.y, aI dying frum
*rit s
ftu l] ; ','' l w.iy s lying In Wlata
) '1 x: 'r ir'lat h' l11din,
S Jrjh. i. ,r', tr is dally visit

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1rby I.

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Se. tan I
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o,0r. Jame4 I) i';.r
St i td f it n ,; ., i ...
l~* l ntltl. ,t : 1 I
tlhodI!m I " "

*ti h stn ,; a a ,:..

S:'ir",,l farmer of
S', ;f atlie dare i
wL ; e itvdt dhur

~'gj fli'

of ut.4

4Y F

will ail1 fr') N1 V.N. : -.
for San FIr1 a b' y v v .V )
SHor. a dietaz'v, of 14,"90) rI'P
a c aro of 6o,0o09 hnrri of ,0fI
t-Oto Mayer, manafcr for M' a t,
rger. of Merldlan, Mis~.. rc)tto
*l waa ond deal in hitd. The
declared death due to an over
S f morphine taken to laduce

A TImes-Star speelal from Toledo
that Perrysburgh. 0.. is threat
with destruction by fre. An ap
Sr help has been seat to Toledo
l communication taa beer

'lgeceretary Hay and Mr. Quesada. the
minister, today allned a siup
tary extradition trealy whllc1
S aot affect the proent treaty. bi
certain change In the Spanr
Stext, deemed advisable by the Cu
government. French bark Madeline from
m Chile. Sept. IT. for Dunkirk
beet loat In the channel near Ca
i ,Me. Her crew of 15 men tooi
i^ the boats from which they were ret
Mby a steamer and landed at (;ran
$iS, department of the Mance,
*i Am Howard, of Oolumbtua, (a.. th'
OmI maan who received latos bg bod:
a etire charge of big shot. fir-
t( elne g range by Jim CilpeppPer. w:.t
Shotgun, it sUtll itvln, buI t
*ilSa0o for hbi remory are sma'ml
"'' roativesl have swora out a va.
SMat agailnt Oulppeir, ebarginr hi.:
-t'M assault wtt inmect U el.

Sftalbhmen Shoot at Each Other but
I. Without Results.
d Hdaye. France, Dec. 7-M. D"Rou.
.1 W.iand a. Jaures, the Soclalit lead-
ithil the rremch chamber of deputies,
StbLht a duel wl'h pistols here this
iyIteralig. The exr'hange of haots had
W"' "malt.
T.' TeAhallengle Rre-w lot of the agii
S.SIUM of the students of Paris result
h .l from the alleged Insulting rewark,
P.ollbat Joan of Arr made lby a profet-
W E of history at thn l.ycre CondorceL
Roulede telegraphed from Spain
A ,uellrin that the Soctallsts were re
~s. iMbl, for the attacks on Joan ol
A, and adding that she was the most
itlMte in history.
Two shots were exchanged at 21

The poltleall pr,'miln,'nrc of tho par
; mplmnm in the meeting attracted

1, Sea. t inteerst. The Spanish govern-
M WA warned the parties noT to fight
SSp pla so Php* Fronrh government al.
10 04d M. Deromllee 24 hours' leave tO
lt Prance and meet sl. .lauren.
The seconds of hoth i prtils were
Irllttnent members of the chamber
; deputile. .

Pamriient Men Visit New Orleans
New Orlhans. tIc. 7--Jacob ii.
'. thl. the N.-w York hanker, and palr
St. travellnR in two kpeC it day here They went over hll,1
h ideas district and visit ld varl~n i
. Iollta of Int.'nrt The l*art I,. ol
i.;. the way tn M'tic'u and th' l'ac'nfli
Slope, Th,' w~ o ar*e tiavline w1. h
) r. Scbttl r Hl' Sir ri- rn ** Ca.c
R: obert P I n:1~ 'iTn t*n l' nt l't .
*"" Marl, V[r W[n L a n'!I (Pitt
,, a el I .i r ,,f V. a s,i>+ ,?
' yPlying Wrench Sroke Skulll.


pais i. ch-t, bronchflti and
similar signs of a cold on the
lungs, can be quickly relived and
cured by



No time should be loat, beoaus
lung trouble may easily develop
Into paen mo"ia or conspmption-
Hamlins Wizard O, applied to
the chat, reliv the pain and in-
fammation, loaen up the oough
and soon Qmr U the dif.
"My little girL" write Rih.
W. Thornton of Quay, Col.,
"suffEord mo or lIu with a old
on tsh 1 s sinoe her birth, aad
amily the Utwble beamO selm
No remedies gE r@e, until we
tried Lamltm Wird 0i m beo
tdo oo which pwma tly f---o
hr." Pri 5oe aad $L.00,
Slold am r ---mad- IP



Confesses to Having Murdered and
Burned Old Woman.
M:nRtHi ery. A';,. Vie. ;.--VWil:
VauKh n, ui l cft e)l '.,.r;el i r 1n ul't tim rder
er. lroi)t1lhli here I:-i+ n:l .itt (or haIfe
kdPn il,'. W fs tal.l' t:a t Rinnt'll1
conitn) y Iv el pti; y Sherirf .1. .' Vlani .
Vati;haan niurdertd A I tlct Young
the 70-.yar-di gKrandio wife.. andI tl ( i .1 I4 fir" t141 tlt ho i iU.VL,
the lkhly iheint alimont creinated.
lHe uowed tie d(lfl wi'oman a Ihae of
cotton and wher was pnshtui him for
the. After ntmurdiriI her h, took two
$20 gold piie'es from iher trunk. lic
was dh-lt it (lhe arml y tlyeutyIt Vann
Thur.rlday, a'rit in the face for another
nian. hut w1rl~ ,r' 'er. A nmol triel,
to got hits nrnr II hfe sene of tthe crinme
iiut he Was u Itlrli aLway

Fight Will be Bitter.
Those who will persist in otinsg
their ears argainlt the continual recom-
mendation of Dr. King's New Discov-
ery for Consumption. will have a long
and bitter fliht with their troubles. If
not euded earlier byfi tal termination.
Read what T. IC. Beall of Beall. 31Mi.,
has to say: "Last fall my wife had
every sym1ptomn of consumption. She
took Dr. King's New Divecovery afterI
everything else had failed. Improve-
ment catme at once and four bottles
entirely eured her." Guaranteed by
all druggiists. Price kWe and $1.00. Tri-
al bottles frre

Cracknmen ilew Sale.
Fort Worth. Tex.. Dec. 7.-Cra-4ek~.
men Iriefrl the tVPrt%) Worth postfitfmr
nf the tc 'k yards and lilw ol*wn lthe
smif with i"snamitp1 scitrin. St|.<1 in
r:t lh ar'. SS,1 In tra tllpti. Ninti re4
' ,r. r'. Ir= wre n' ti krn t i 'hI
of , i' f f : L ,>.*>l; tI3t er itiv5
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Foughlit a Duel to Death.
.NLh r .,. .I i alr I tI ttl
d lath ion-urr' I be worn 1. N I.nvfFT.'
and Tomr Ilhan lon at a f TenneCseC river near Sarboro. Ala.. itr
which the former was instantly killed
the wapnm.. usd being shbotgunu. Har.
ridnn escaped, and a prsIse Is in pur

A Frightened Horse,

leinninR like mad down the street
slumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accident. are every day occur-
retne.s. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable oalvr handy and there's none
uo good as litckleni's Arnica Salre.
lltorn. cutpt. morep, ecz ma and piles
diraplpear quickly under its o)tliK R
etffet 2e- at all druR stores.

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nmotl I rf A.\lign thi afIti *arT t4I
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All Palnt:rs to Units.
New Vor' lDer. 7.-The Naltonal A&
Lance of Amalgamated I'aintera, dee.
rators and paper hangers has convened
bare for the purp(me of arranglnl. 1I
Ioilble. a eombinaaton with theb Unlt
ed Brotherood of Palnters. Dele.
rates from several cities were prenen.
and after seme dieunaalou a committee
was appolntld to arraage a conference
with the brotherhood to settle'all dif
fIraces and adesvor to brtnr abo:'
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Tb. Optic Speoialists of Louisvle,
Ky., ave Arrived and
Will Remain a ew
Days Only.

Offce: BoOm 89, Brown Houe

SIt is our specialty to fit Classes In
soeh a manner that they relieve the
eoe strain per fetly; fitting the eye
with eaMe and comlort, bthu preserving
the eye. In oxamininsg the eye only
the latest and most improved methods
and instruments are used
Physiolnaoepeisllay are invited to
call and invesitIgrt our methods of
oorreoting error* of refflation. Many
oases of headache, neuralsia, nervous-
ness, irritability. inlomnia, vertigo.
nervous T~puration and the seeminR
stupldlIt of s_ ldren are often due to
delfetive visolm caused by an abnor-
nmal curvature of the cornea or orystal-
line lens or to an irrueularity of the
refraeting ms dia of the ey, aid Ire
relieved at once upon the appteation
of the proper glasses, Ninety per ent
of the people over 40 years o age need
places. and 60 per cvnt of the 90 need
them for distance.
Ulases are not always Riven to Im-
prove eyesight. but to relieve undue
ptrains-in short tn assist nature.
Thousands o4f arle are ruined yearly.
Seven peToiro out (of te*n have neither
eyes alike, and inar ott of twenty As-
tigmatism; hence the necessity of test-
inn each eye separately. Special at-
tention is given to any inequality that
may exist between the refraction of
Sthe eft.
OIptical science has made rapid ad-
ranOes within tile lst few years; the
correct adoption of spectacles has be-
come a distinct profession. The opti.
elan who thoroughly understands his
busineIs realizes. fully that in adjust.
inR Klaies for his cisrtomers he is
treating with a most delicate and pre.
oious organ, where the slilhtest error
may result serioIuly, while if he does
his work well he not only gives corme
fort and ease to hiN patrons, but in
Imuny instance' restores the sight.
Special eare should be taken in pe-
lecting the tist pair of spectacles, nor
shouldit be attempted without the aid
of a responsible optician. It Is moot
important that the leises should be sao
curately centered and of the best qual,
ity and the framesir made that the
wearer looks directly through the cen-
ter. Glasses nifly fitted to the face
wu*fnm aI mI rn emmintl *I rlII lA. n1Ia

SJ" a ear rt I*LM aurIe. ouyr WsIu bty sa
i.e ALcciur* l ota bnras baukers. uornorJus l
r. er;i'et nO faUt1tie tlerat, S pI 1ta 1W
Cresitjie sulnii lsa Utie Vali skm.

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in the field or a good core ai
\Winchbeter 'Leader" aand .
Smokoless Powder Shells m pq
AltweM surcAr, Salway g
spread of shot nd od petm
great supriority Is oIdmNl
men who use Wlnemltep,

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i JSoall Interest Oath.
Fu;i by Our Reporters,


01apwpenedand What Is Going
Told in Ihort Paragraphs
.itL ,,He Who Rune May Read",
lThe $u*.

i th (uhman & Ilitl. h, t x(itt-to rrium;,n for i i id(leftlitt'
S 5unt ett i* s o fin vi it T ,i fIAi r, : rib
ldinu. 'i l r fl a I, 4 "*ewaln'" in the
Ti i11inl of HI' 'h a in rattr (of It.If f 'ly r u 1ide- e twitin the
eaterday. g;at tfw 'li.e t 'owteI family

ia theey iy y*iterla y :. .J. .wi, I h en rsidin
in ia eCilP y r. ,' I a.. li hVe r lived tol
I Holder, the n hrelant i I! Il;- .Li Lo e viraI,. d by 1i ., tPu nel ls.
,ws In ll city ye te'rdly. I tl'.u r i'han. II. iCa r of tl.e
sil y furs>.t,,it In..I, r, lit to one r "., ,,. ( hi.4 bee's for
p m. .re.. A hy a* I* i r ;thr 'T fti'" I'a m 1 i1w lnt s ii dll llrge. of the
B. Coesarsey if Jcoiiulil wa lith g ,springt-C tra train. io taking a
red at the lirown Ifoue yertle.r-:; shor vatvssion,. reparatory to going
Su tI.e .Jacksonville.-t P Iettrerburg
I .at-Store Royal Cook former. run. whirh he held down successfully
d. Addrest Thomu t V. Pur. last winter. Thte igh Sprlnci.Otria
nlalvil run is now itn charge of Conduelor
Levine of New York, epre- Peake, well known here. His old
L .evine A i Hro, jewelers, is friei.ds alongg the line" are lad4 to
allwn Houne. welcome hinm again
S of Dr. J. F. McKinltry, .Ir., "1 w.a much utlicted with steatica,"
tlesl so learn that he is contlned writes N4 (. Nod. lowaville. Sedg-
rlrm by illness. wick Co., Kan. "going about on
S. Wilson went yesterday to crutches and suffering a deal of pain.
uWelr. where he will loIk after I was induced to try Ballard's Bnow
S orange interests. Liniment. which relieved me. I used
r Allison of Mecanopy, a sue- three kOc bottles, It Is the greatest
lumber manufacturer, ,*wa in linIment I eer used; have recom-
~lr n ter ni meuded It to a number of person all
al o business yesterday. exprrss thenelves as being beneited
i. WoodsJef thbStandard Fertt. h it. I now walk without crutehes;
dampanydeparted yesterday for nha'e to perform a great deal of light
irbor on tile l arin." 6c. eM. $1.00.
o on business conr.reier with older by '\. Johnson.
'. Wim. Iittledale of Hawthorn, repre.
Sto Mr. and Mrs. IHarvey I..snting the .1. Smith Company.
lMe Wed nesday morning. a in na ifact u ring confectionerM, Jackson-
le-pound girl. Friends cstend vill,. wvr in the city yesterday. Mrs.
al latl on',. 1 it*t.aala hi.i ll. -la t ia i .. ha it

; i. Nethertoni of ulffalo. N. Y.,
elever and successful traveling
atative of Cary lafe and ILook
1t lo in the city.
. Btevens, the jeweler of High
was n the city yesterday. He
er route from Jacksonville. where
ken on business.
S ale---New Wheeler & Wilson
machine, f. o. b. feetory or
llle. Apply at this ofilee or 303
Liberty street, dwtf
it Agent J. II. IHigbee of the
nRl Express (Company. witl
earters at Waldo. was in the city
t'sal business yesterday.
helfnete enclosing tlhe property of
R. Wilson, jorrnetr Iast Liberty
University streets, as teing im-
in appearance by a liberal ap.
of paint.
WhS14 you want a pleasant puargative
berlin' Stomach and Liver
SThey are easy to take and
no neauses, griping or other
able efect. For sale by all

L. Turner, a progressive citizen of
EMetannopy section, was tranacling
fts lan this city yesterday. Mr.
lI >l preparing to erect a cotton
on his property. and came to
ahsk A. Reagan of Ocala. one of the
Ier and hustling employes of the
H1hpes Bros. & Darlington Company.
Stim a the city yesterday. le was en
: l aIe ome from the vicinity of Hague.
wan he huas been inspecting some hard
wooId timber.
SP. oC. nSmith, one of the progressive
' tWIien and horticulturists or Taco.
II, Was among the visitors to this
ji w rterday. Mr. Smith has one of
handlomest and most prolille
Inge rI roves in this section, and is
Shiay shipping handsome fruit to the
tlbhern markets, for which he re-
i *-, e good returns.
i' family of II C. Cato, formerly
.North Gainesville but who has tlen
'l aMin In Alachua for some time. has
1:2.o l 1ao Hih Sprlng.l Mr. Cato
I'lbe in Ill health for some time.
t1 is now At Thomasville. na.. where
.~bwith hls .on. Tain I. Cato. under
ment. Friends trual that he will
o, orer li normllal health.
II' 1I. Phirer of Windsor states that
- ci i ens of that place have recent-

it IITlU IIacT, c1111 V."t ICIV WIl IIl |wal
ioenicd a hotel, the Littledale House,
at iHawthorr, and has enjoyed sincee
the 1oeninit day a tfle business, It Il
her purpose to set a first-elals table,
tsupp!yilnr tlhe market affords. She
Iha recently refurnished her house
throughout with the best mattresses
and furniture, and will no doubt make
a lie thisiig in the venture.
A Successful Salesman.
After a visit or two or threu days to
tthi city, R. C. Davis. the clever State
salermarn f(Or the Fay-Sholes type-
writer, departed yesterday for At-
lant a.
Mr. Davin has falnihled his leamon's
work. and will take a well-deserved va-
cation during the holiday. 'ie han
enjoyed remarkable success with the
Fay-Sholes in Florida since he has
been Riven the ezolusive control of the
machine in this State. Prior to this
the Fa)-Sholes. notwithstanding that
it is one of the flnest, most durable
and tnost desirable high-grade ma-
chines on the market, was little known
here. When M r. ,avisl IOrwt eame to
ainesville lie found only one machine
of this make in the city, but now iti al
difficult matter to find anything else in
what is termed an up-to-date office.
The maeline is giving excellent sat-
Isfaction, and every visit of Mr. Davis
adds new saes. The Sun is agent for
the Fay-Hholes in rainesville and vi-

Mobile, Ala.. Dec. 24. 1899.
Dr. E. IW. all, t. i.Louis. Mo.-I)ear
Sir: Having tried different doctors
and their remedies for several years
for back and kidney troubles, I found
nothing sUecepsful until taking The
Texas Wonder. Hall' <4reat Discov-
ery, and, being rapidly cured, the old
saying with railroad men is, "1;od
bless the man who invented the Pull-
man sleeping ear." but I say. 'Uod
bless ithe inventor of lHall' Texas
Wonder," Yours truly.
W l. Cl.AnRK.
M &* 4'. I. 11. Co.. Mobile. A la.


One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel. eares diabetes. seminal emis-
sions. weak and lame backs, rheumao
tiam and all irreauliartles of the kid-

.4 f'i |In I '*I.;.: I .Irv r l iur'Iy >i1 Irhi -
i,,y F ., 4$1 n0 ilhi 4l Ii'lllly ify thf At-i
ihllir t(' io t l s, i- ,I$p,, w i. i t
t<. I, ty 'sit 1 trdy 1iu wap en rouiteo
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We will indulge in a little shoe talk
this week. We are the originators of
low prices on shoes. We have flne
values all the way through, but we
want to eall your attention to a few
specially good things In footwear. Our
Hox Calf for boys. a strong. durable
shoe at 1.60. cannot be equalled.

Our $2 line of Boys' Viol and Box
Calf are simply superb. They have
both the style and wearing quality.

Our $2' lineof men's shoes is the
equal of many 62.,1 shoes. In fact the
shoes are branded by the manufle-
Lurer to retail at $2, 0. but we can sell
them for even mont-y and we are do.
ing it. We have them in both Viol,
Patent and IHo Calf Il all sty les. Try
a pair.

Just retired a shipment of the
"King Quality" adrertied $3. 65 slie-
the beat made for the price-see them.

The Dixie irl fur Jladles ast 1.60
genuine Dongola upper. solid leather
sole, Is the prttiest and best shoe
made for the price. Outr $ and $2 50
line for ladies is strong. Values uan

In short, we have shoes for big folks,
little folks, rich folks, poor folks, old
folks, young folks, usly folk,, pretty
folks and all sorts of folks.

Coinm to the Big Iepartmten tore
and get what you need at low prices.

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Insure with (i'uasla & Hill. nlerre wlihk (Clabma Hill,
hMrs. Jh~r W It.l of WVI te,4sprilg DbATH OF MP HINKS.
,,;D - t*rt+f i ts i it 1, i e ty oisLer. -..-
-) I Well Known Cit' un of East Florida
L.ii 'c ila4 u arl usfJ inate'i in latest D*ed t Goodatl Tuesarrlar
'- V at '-ai) ul ,t,'. 4 ird r. for rvigrav. Inftormatifp. r* *l.4 i ., i tiy
i, v t. ii u rt411, rl ai2fti[t tf. |t a l ramf '; ,.'.< t il L T ,') ( IIif t e
Harr J it,-,,e'lr formrltry ofi hiL meiy duath of TT"llnal V liiL f k.,' .'iitpnl
.t. iin't re.-lii,ui al t payitoi has re,- lleights, wloieh liuvte rrej f tt iIo nlhtll.
It r ed ti Is laitt i, aIftr a t riie t'iat Opposite1' I ts) uli T lii,' to :. ol reris herle. 't l e*1 ** ** Irn l to brr l II Ii ii.n
.r..... a i,.rof \f,r l1ink1 miltd Mr.


T. F.

haulder. l*Ilt 4on ithe firr. train
W'edesdilsy morning for l'alatka,
where she joined the funral party,
I ew malvn in I'.lt lVlorida were bet.
Lor kuowo, titan Mr. Ilink-. Though
an E1rgliishman by birth, he caein to
America many 'earri aio. About
IksM. when the .1 T. t K\ I:ailway
was building, he ,souglt tht btlmy at.
mosphire of Florida, and settledd at
SaSlumia Ileighlat, a nlew staliMn, where
he oupeied a general *Lore*, and since
that titelli he has been linccfu, lly I eIn,
igagd in business lie was a ,ruami-
neat kIdf Follor, being a rua t grand
master of thle order, and is well known
by the oidd Fellows throughout tihe
Mitat. Just before thle expiration of
his office he honored Center Lodge of
this eily wilh an ofldial visit, and the
members of the order here were ,reat-
ly impressed with him.
The fuIeral of Mr. Illank will be
held at Ratamma HeighUt. Friend
throughout the Btate will lympathials
with the bereaved family.

New Oroeery Store.
J. It. person, formerly a merchant
oi Kirkwood. and whld was very sue-
oaemflU ilabusinwt there, has decided
to open a groaeryr tore in Galaeville
and boeomo one of our progrelve
oitisons. Mr. Etneoron recently disa
posed of his astoe at Kirkwood, with
the intention of removing to Gainae*
The new store will be located In the
stand recently vTated by Phiter Bros.,
West Main street, and the stock will
comprise everythlngl ood in trhe Are
oery and produce line. M. rnEmenon
is a business man of ability, clever and
oblilinR, and will no doubt enjoy a
asmoesful trade.
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owe are Ladle' US. String
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leoym Wtl 1.5 wt LC Iat$1,

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Best Values
It every department, 5.4 most
complete line to seleest ftro

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Our line a lhue nd madl RugB ,

I" '- " :. V. W-MI
Mount Vernon Lodge Knifht8 f P
a, Stet for Efruinr Trem.
At the regular meetial of ural
Vernon Lode No. .l, KEmihtl of Plytb
lts, whieb was larIly asttsed, the
follownld alo a were eleai lted f k
ensulal tem::
SJ. A. PhtIfr, O .; Y. R, CarMr, V,
0. J. F. Bunoh, P.; R. T. Slbster. M.
of W. ; W. B. Holder, at A. RDebt
Meolellan, M. ofl J. 0. Tornry, K.
of E.; W. R. MeKlnstry, K. of BR.
8.; Walter LeOraund, I. 0.; Hear
Brown. O. I.
Rob. E. lDavis, (eo. M. yIeah ai
W. R. MoKIlatry were elected repsl
sentativee to the Grand Lodge, with J,
B. Douglass. R, T. ebhafer and Robt,
Me lel lan, alternate,
Trustees of the wdows' and orpheasb
fund were elaemd as tollowe: J, H.
Hodge*, L. Lynmeh mad Rob. UMe
The lodge recommended L. J. Olysta
as Deputy Grand Chanoellor Coa*
This Talented Aggrgation WlU entIer
lain Temorrbw Evenlng,
,overs of refined elocatloc sad mtl
sic must not forges th& appeasane of
the Pollard-PItt nooerst ompaly,
Which will appear at the Audlitoeof
tomorrow 4Friday) evennll for the
benefit of the Everlran 0mertery
Assoclation. This company is regaWed
as one of the ineast of the kind It the
profession. and those who attend ar
asured of an enjoyable evenlog.
In connection with the entertali
meat Mie VWimberly, tie Italealed
tanha er in heloutiltn at EaIL. VltriMd



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Seminary, has consented to remite aw ieb huas nSiMA
melody. This lady Is a leader la elo. the wor ldi M0l
caution. and those, who attend will 'jj 0.f t IIWSU 9
thoroughly appreelate her work. eiZi S
viable Pops
Murderer of His Wife at Younlove 8o0 be wIlitp0
Mines Now Safe Behind She Bars. telling you Lthat.
Neil tuyton. the negro who brutally i j35il i lS
mnardered his wife at Younglove's Of a iileatr inbel
mines, near NewbTerr. on Haturdpay threyo r. r yl
nilht of last werk, and who wasl r.- lety anid p aml t
rested at Atlaiha the following day. lt5 no qw I
taken back to Newberry and arralglmd _If t$eS. U_ I J -r1
beforWi Justine Fnrtson. wa committed *" am

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.4.. .-.. .. the. .W -S Udt mill Ofe I eL l ea *d l
t'hemo i 1 w I eI -l Fl.or s At su s.Pb.I.,
to elT Yt s will b the seepS. so She tO1 will
S1 A 1 il Ias sboI from JseIenilk Sit.
w -efIvt e te enl In mUUf II compl ix a the work la Ivsa
li m'a n lml nl r! i n nn1 n n n

i SQ Wr te hOI Iko Will t AN IMPOR TANT CAs.
D np .. uNa .. ,.-
so tooDet CAs C00ase 0 10 LeeOhs oWe1 t PWOFrida

4 0~. -wm .eser, is'n.. I S i, 4 p4 t, a js i n lllived, wll **bers bel *o
n wIAnSlowUshe1 4W09ReS Shorefrm e e .rzreelnofshe P01i1ed

mSWp1 0ote ath e Board of (unty ,Conmnl. Thego Is tht of J. P eS er n ,
,. s.psat lemors kayoIe .u t1uh t tw nIer owithl Watr P. Joermisa. ad sm mrg i
I fatthe vsSel o ot p# e r orL -. Pew sie as be adon ea s. Tbt *pt lhes /is
i n.ims the -.o, ads q.I there b sI +. ,thse u Walter P~Jep ip e4 ..
pusebtlt Ii gse. shyPa1 eeu eses ION" med wskis prepl tfeem athe Velen
Ufl Urnsb sh Sed ef lade whisk sp* Sgs WSMasB, saS thaI theM - sl.b e m.rt I awr as the Jeritoa d -ls 'ens)*r A L Ive ao"
$Ie w IaiTen l oW wlo00e0 0somp she pups, pa te lilll o nhime I ted l
Iiss. .. ...M the dlmas by do law.
w1,I- o ug td be d -h thew* the sllmbsv, whis soemse
ate, s *mi el lKuw ,0 or t0*1 ., 0.midt eest f sh *- : Ia b e pages, b.
swaeIt woug t seraSt Is SIhe eater 0 of Is eeempelet i h pkesnuepk S he
Bg t#,SWiP ami e lo ha b-l n ebet leto log i n s"a tged .n obe lis. P.ale of .
ass" Ir etlal. C~rrrto~ Al aOb snSh. ddebdasms this 0ro001619
i q tl e hel i mil ee smPle s t ave bit whi th be plaI o sil Tee I. i e14e m. of
i be mua onr Ie nhdiIau, lls theor slo Iothe oe.00lssa he OFpe-r

tP .mul4 etli lb appro dby'ewe.I rpd Ithrisg 2 heer L svs lsablk, hglqn 'yern w
tetpape lq Is the *eat1 U1 hsotllp sobered .at4 a ssn
WI /Cthe om lskeI whik was ppoltede ogh is. ela mtade on bosh ees. -T
6 1i. e Pos of tetse so' see she nastimoIny was- lsai. s Alse, thel
Smplslie.e l.d en ter wi th hem I o matt Se of 04alt MoR ea eaty. J.
*-w"m "s s. were on h4Ad proiaptlya I lt rs W eof .Malton 1e aotelref r he
Ie 1 Wi he e'wMlle m of the lsomhl l pealsee plold pbe alrf il Bloans & Sona,
toIm lea soin ml tled Iae thems a mla l L X R. 90eg o1 Pesfml Ahave bee,
em pesiag. Semtar A.4. Mass of JSek. employed by the difemndats.
h *i atU1,I who b1nd trdbeets Ia ied here by The argument of the lnherl. plml.

Ia gfest eeq*m urn sloe I ,. werses. eat.r Mew is. .o .
,MBM&5:yi..-- Ti w' ,fti- hra &boe---- .t ben aryt "sink. ohf s l ImpTmtll
Ow. g prmawr Sherd road., I. well JUDPSON JOTTING8.
s elpeoet a the queAsiom and Is my Homer Love Made SLg Th-ing ln Oi.
H ii in*be sd wiih 1b Iilo r mrpb In tla iO. lltas ari eel unlof he i 14
ai- k .Idp r h r .Mlo*. s he sln h posed ewt ot l n ard bm a. li.
S I ntd nte sl bel dtlo.Ite t h 0 ir lJuds, r. ooI-ame. A. urkh..
*,b ftsdr Lett I eed bwlMt iw his l obby, and ioa essard tO. H. Tluckoef wto ery won

I IiBiBrgg- wire *"' 'W1 *o. le i nuIMa walIito ,ha pploted .* .hil elnnlnl alaeonI it thlt
flW r 1o It Lligto"ta$a byi day snd dreaming bee oan week sh6aota. partridge.
re it l ads by alght. T .h people of Florda tiey saked sout ffte .
t*tg euWO.t ^ weve a great deal to this gaareno, L. It. Weeks ease from Atlanta.
a I n who hahu aoI I n restin hisa work, and 4 i.. where he w .as. ending.he mail.
,"0 whe has !zerted hi. sm-e isn the lel college, to .s his wife who .ha
S. th w t ting o hard horoughrare been very slk. She is improng
.i ...E...t s me let t .../rear thr oriuadt of orin Ir. Modr. tWeks sOys that he will
m, l.i and r ,, (a4 Ba-er Man made a short ad not return to Aslaa ,until aft er
etdt ly t pbibteforn the board. H stokl thelt oft Chrsltmas.
Sh Sh ssess.In inducing he Unite d r0 0. $. 01Cst went yesterday to
eth- t but" hose obta iIae Vt .]Dunnellona where he Is interim" t in
States gqvennmens to sead en expert a mercantile business with C. W,
thenee as q lt with his mmanlhhber. to Florida, for she Resh.
110 bw etha the Efest et purpose ot toustruetivg object lesson Homer Love hee gone to allmt to see
agi ,ti W'e who retas t Im rads Ilfll h ar iseeIons of he a8ee about his na nistn busineaos at tha
:ishi tMhr enulrott n l order s Idesraon sraten he best and o P tron h ire anbd pe ar t rha c
odSns tttt s i Smet durable. matter o. be of loid be remployed as Bell.
Steps io plenty t nd punish i b optual din of ro ad. lip was goo
MOh.stl Istol tate, btito itw t wl be Whl I&ht l a GUY ITON C IN JA l.
^ eun.g m s.eto s ppesoet enough a ed shonqthul enough so in- G TON IS IN JAL
g B*am b isatio. chide Aleshna counts an the list ofa Sricter of His Wife as Youngtapp
objeosve -o ta .. ob.deita mlhat. s th Mire No wtfBhin he Bare
- l4ede by the ul rotamm goverameasa. had agee -- --- ~-- Nel-l ( t nok s henerr wh brully

ts. Th bs of he ater and other sm me wn e
SwEeek at easel., he impressed uopn the board mnihet oeass wewleka wih *esan .
sayii eri ano jt tt t'tvlon the opportunety fo r thiS experiett. RuatA.oseb te fnd ng day,

tihe Nill report ofIke 4 sa back to Newherry sd rratsmal
eft tin burea f, lweaat renSs e, I s notl as epenisnat before Justice For tsoa was tomm lttd '
(ive.i ulale strke, io r tais l ia ,ahe", Sa marked en astor .en, to jall upoq a harge of murder
b eb'tl-p ty evIl.. N,~_'hirm tall .oC* i t_ without th priviele of 1ivi01 ball.
e at wo e. oth than the material whh i. best Sheri Ferlnei, who w i ew.
SliDer tik edstllhisr oif edemr to see n the omslruesion o the road brry Tuedar, bruht s agr to
lbs. tenane staflftltnjw e When the governments expert lean. this i y. where he i new in prison.
epst nia~ s a to bre w nta t u bhe will leave you with a mile of He will be koept In Mflmensent antltl
!.|1teltl o ~oaierce id _hl- hard rMd, and Is iu worth ia reat deal th huseLos of she spring term of the

f l gt h the latbr birean, shol circuits sourst when the -ase will be
kIm and a es yorogress o i n. I bhas taught you, also. the submited to the grand Jury. , submitted. to the prand jury.
S atn the vwe t the rarlem methods of modern rood-bildinlg, and
ti at ah kealt b e uMv ti j the smM has tauht you th beat sand moat last. Sig Fund for treland.
ntl l#veante s*ad rport to It aow IIng Iad dlrable material to as lnoon- Batlt ore, Dec. 7.-C.-An 1nt
S ~el thbe llahbor conditItol In the istruetag your highways." meeting of th:e u'nled Irish IsAu I
tI .Staf, t l .g 5 nl1.. Witi At the eoelualu ofi Sesator Mani's VS held In rord'o opera ouse for th.
*S t the O talt, both as t t a lk he board without hteeftaton e. PurpO e of raising funds tr the cao
.e ho of la.r .i.bor, a toted to appropriate 1.(O for thi9 work, Mtrih be nlate. It. w, a4drea.ed
.m tWe is l 5reid labor m y r o "b expended with the a BSertorelc*t Ildaor t Racer, Con.
iil at te01 lr fre ab g v(Od Pveriment expert. The rote ehoen sen .ma eak C. Watebter, Govr,r
SI -ves-tigats- msp*eil attem w" one mile weal fnr MoNa Town awr Warltdi ad Mayor Trianlas. nt
i I be pra to the cmandtiom of COmek, whore the Cunninghaqm lane itto more. Cardinal 0 onsr wias
1latr chile ttd labor Wa4ldatte aon d read ads. malsts t dltingburted twano, Iriy h
b"l t: Ie atsl. Consaidemble othusiuam was man- a .l dlets wor anl by emlhan"cy o
.... : s eu t ifuer upon he question of hard roads oa.t a Thma n. leMed lr. About
weftoodea Was contrIbuted
t s e t or t re at this meeting, and this action will no
t to rectlyla t tar tl r thi ,dopbt prove a blessing g o Alachuas ida Wanted,
"lthBIa j io bre. bi' .r -r 'i.. .. .. 6 At the nest regular me-ting of hel
t, i etthns "oa bam e1 l. to ipethsg ofl se matter after the Board of Countyn Co Wmnmlioaer, it, b
."l al nteIn tate commcearsa Ia to- nmeetlal Senator Mann stated that the held on TuedWay. January td. Io15.
S aste i toa p aDrrllty Uth government erwtrt, with is i mna bids will be reol(ved for hlre of county
IMaO, d Uw. "--- orn t. ta aua.hir. it nm in os the ta. Land IM sconetse otf enlUliag pO r. Al bids
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hae ever been gathered here is Mbol'
all gathered, the sugar eaue eropb'
short owing to the lack of rail, land h":
potato rop is alsa short. (alt iplast
nl and general pWrparation for ti
uext crop is the order of theas .
W. B. Holder of the Central/ City I
here preparing and getting ont a F,
can Rrove on bhi valtmable trat our ls R.
ile is a hustler and is keeping up wip
the limes.
J.. P. Pope has losed I deal for the
t4aqley farm, nortb of Sqot re. Man
will more his family ere next week.
I A. (1. Hill has purchased the t. ,If0
farmn a wid ll take pousnlon of it o
the Urm a January.
Capt J. L Matthews has closed tah
trade for arlarg tract of land lyil
north of lSInta Fe. lie has, It is W
portsd, boultht the JI. Cook .planot0
t( C, lutmerly known as the II. t
ilehbrd plantation. The demand for1
ioc farrming land is good here.
lProleal'otnr arI taitr.hnm ni tA inelial

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Dmuand fo Brd bat b
over Better Tlir.,

Five Hundred Acres of MUolent
Psontd th* Coming- 8eau g
Man, While Another Wilt pu
Lar to P te410Field.
Balts F*, hDe. t,-The public
henry I IIa Iexlleas coditwws
hov s as tndtane oh about
papibl. the hooeel la progr
ly oider ihe mraagemeani I(
Amle PriWe a prieilpl anl a
Xemnedy masa eas. Me -k
due to hse o pansk ladies forW
*nmotf hl e hool. Indeed
Osee WMkt of be pat days of "O'
put" to vis thee school su
lontms k t isbeings takes
work by siAs. two young
OM woulM eonelod* after oe s,
tbl some older sad experie pan
enoeld liestn and profit by
mples t r set by th-e
A. L. Holaltel, who has
aewed to tbe Bli rrj farm. Is theI
pate farmer of this county. Hl
ewas a company ht will plaiU
lrges erop of potatoes uexf
tbah has vor eHWO grown in the
sy. He l aenthusiastle and claml
the Santa F poateo land can't be
weled I Florida. He is a lJevel
ed ed experlroed truek farmer.
t. H. Holiltele who ha.
renud the Wta Holder plantaslim
be. HarrVll land ofr th.e ourpa m
Pliatingl wattversmlob and tcatial
haswmvd fti naillty onu he
fsrrm. Mr. Holstein is anu eerlM.
Swatermelon and eantaluupe
sad he sxpeets to plant five ho
aere in merui iu this comm1unist

Am evidence of the young an
Sanit F Hsction being conIle tal
saisefled with their location, IW
number of traslesn of lands II
loallityin the past miek. Theirl
been aI lesMt Ili tratLfera of r'Ol
tatl. Ill to $ unq and lambitious
who believe that Florida is
enoulgb for them. They know I
expertenoe that all that is neceumay
*oeens i intelligent wurkmineol
same method that is given to
other properly managed business.
The liining convention which hIe
been euteoelvely advertieed to eoM
off on the second Sunday and Saturdt
in December at the public school buil"*
lul will be a great success, judglh
from the interele that is being atkS
It bids fair to exceed lthe txpectalla
of its promoters. All who love
puaio and like to mingle in Rood weoW
pany. and those that would like to pi'
elive the bewitchihg smiles of the bhi
or (od's erattion and partake will
those lovely angel., she best that 516
northern part of thin Areat county -M.
afford. come, Dianer will be BerW#
each day os the school park.
The erop oftltan. te laretst shall


K, "los lt hWrD fN #IO fP*IoW
...'.- ,. ..m A. *sI JI, l Ns o M M A
0 Tie0"n1r pkl I t owin of ha.
1ii tid pil ftll wi "Sr IXfr R
Si. eabm-0 o u u ,.6*s 0i10

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WsR .SS ItS.
'jd m ileWM to e f, fllwliug writlire* tou prove
w w W shin4. mm ao rPe klenee up an4i oullitluaon
SIw Nl. f l ti J, C. it ,o* of wi-
f hr, A r W tJ, ItIH)INON. tel.ter.
14"d (IO ** a -te vIl e. in..
.Noteo.. ho ereby ver suat thate fo.llwing
am d e i tler has mtled stleai of his ntsationl
Sito Ie* Bieal o pra In Mp ora of o tal. sotl
shtt satmd Ii e befote k4001it"?orer
ad Itweevor ct Aarti oabo
i 1. 1i4. Vi:t
JAhtI C. UrnIlrt of till. tIa..

h1,, 'SJir.'" U", -. 'l. o t.'* .:b & 'u ',MM ,m .'
... S.a.t tro the N,!g of bpu. 3. Ti. K S.. IL I
,1If, Resaui tams 1w r>tlowlhp witneswues toprove
i 'ruue reIa''s;aeno uuvoa aul oulUvmotlo
I L -- Iher 7. alker, John U. H~Itra. Jobn W.
,- woner, Thoma A. 6l, a Of ii te. Fla.
Ii, i :"i"'"I. ~iiip iJ Wt-'-- IN! '. U. OWMiNhO' Relgiter,
ha wiit fi ,F orICK rVO PUMUJl ACTION.
TAM 01111161P as ouIs1, 1 w4.. Inc.
ember .. 0M.
S,*,M u' ltUloe heruby elioke t the f1loal;I
"" w* sli

-1 a-.-,,et-.,, ,..tler '; .,.,-. ,.A W oW
,In j111 I9m h i, it i lu
rJA H-,, aof *O. MVo.
Sw Ntw% A W" or
Sh eInI I. we whoets o rove.

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.-.tRm 'Ai'TEtimTgprk o't-
fur Sda Vit all Flaron, GQiOgr Ale, Root ind Birch Bwer, (
(;AlNE$VLII.E. I l.0Rl)A.

Write for prie H. Cas** mWe tles itAre

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Wholesale Whiskies, Imported Liquorw, Ale, Stoo
ad O lpert Ale, Ipod A DoAmeSio Wicei L Au
Uineral Watew, Ete.

Ashnser-iah I er, Iralkgt nid Betti
Abtolutre sifaltloon irlaeed or moaey cheerfully refunded,
IIAVE SLYfor pri list.

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4"..i Rno t so wIN _ebn_"-D IALUMB in-.

n06. t rNOrWw".* Nt Wbhiskies Wines

t*S *.uwl nhh 6 rs IwMsex mu/v* W awfl*and Liqeurs
ell of 1 0 sp w' at e. wm o
*ll fai.- *e tMrmNop 517-519
W W Re.i a. ster.,1 "

*.l .W.k DSidsiR s s1 5.1al, ,BI 0 TLW A r I BAY STREET,

,-_-W e.a. o w $4 Wal ^ 14 .., A WesiO JACKSONVILLE,
B.. W"; ontlt. hlt v aoof .a, ipe.. an N -NvaFLORIDAter
0 way or th cult 1la.I* *I**- Agents fr Pa st M wake "eer
111111114*bleb have be"p is1"wwthe.Re 14I ofINe1.4 laio,,Blue Ititbnn. jwtl4b1, 10 dos,#13 per dus, $1.50
'ee~' uiu -of a laorV 4ww1 *""a.,*"s" PAt.. A IKt IL E &

i r' proie." hav e ." e Jutg' O las ati Red har Br.
Ha ai-fi/ '- '" hte I m .la* se:elaOe.nlae mc a deultivatHoR
lrmmeMI Dww 'of Wlni. ,' lr hbl, ,10 dos. 90; per dos.i. 1.
r a W,- ,JoN.1 a. Kls Ttho a. of Will*ford,.
00L e IL C an of Ben. In.
a aw .1 Iehemaute" w. o,..olo S)lt.. r. 1We1 pay freight or express charges
'y '' pOl eWmtllr pm' oropdl Nori o'I PL ICATIO. O i 1 h* following liqunn.
Na'l .Wl r. i n I LiaO tL0c0. a t(mseOvilleh, Fla..qu :
o Ai #rnSol$hip Ory a November 7. I I.,
*it sido Irnit worwhlp ba W ereby ien that %be Iollowlr LEWIS 1886, Away Above Everything In
imm wei i wn a wre aod etUtlerb hm tled tOtie of i e Wllentih he y Lie
MAIMu wile,& a Staggt to e M l Wriypro In aunpporiof his eela: tI 9
t ln a'I tib& i0t 1 be ude he l re Ltd Rlter
by % ri . a: us. ,aeur,. r..w. U. lrts* 4 full quarts ....r.. p o
e ... mtr rW,"%Ehrn,*'1 F u.. 12 full quarts .*..... 12 7
ssI Iabss ,r oOw V. lw o M..1 a*adNwt or B LUM'S MONOGRAiM 10 Years Old:
........ ..... .OMr idate 0 s moe 10 c -***0 4- 14 11O d
Ihw' 4b !hrTe ,rela ot I It HoM namft t, whe faiuw(ng wtnetse It.n Irove H fll QUI a rtFl 4 6<0
h t1 c iontlaouou ruidmqe* un nd outth'utloo
eiaWl .AMr. Diunge wiill or .ti d ,wl: l f tl1 quart ......
Janes C. tirlila, Ltuher T. Walker, "
111 t MaitMrrWno.r...a tU .. U...u.. a f..... .u. all, EARLY TIES, Pure Sour Msh Whisky:
im eerd of whiosh the en. 1 w.U. HtoINoN. HIesiser. E I Pure Sour Mash Whisk:
will iO proud. We also Nc nR I'' IAThil. l der ll verTmel Nurwi".
.0awa that*0 Managedto X Luric 0416-TO^c ^n BUlg4 ful quarts, del ....4 40I
ewuistulated be s We managed to l.Jat onme t tialnemi ie. Via..
ih_ -te epubliean majority for Noveambr ;, w4, It full q(urts .. 5 5
A IM me- a Ilshe lh NoUse I heretb)r slvnet atbl tb~t ollo2tnoi .. *
.. 04 sed tlr has blad anui o Imno 1 IIu2 ....l .. I 75
S to sake Itmal prqot In 1stwrUit ttl claim, and
1j no! wlLh your litlr tnttm lro lnettH b fari. tO Deceitrl
a wit our lI(lwel RU mlll. w..,. o Deia ..' BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN,
~~iY I "i' iOa l' 'I Ua ot""'al ""An fs
*Wpl pMr. Mo. H "and no1 ..l .. .. ... .. .. m th ay lid 0 1 for the 4'oo N 4 of Soo. M. Tp,
*.fhd M*ll Wy wot her tat i E t ..1. IL 01 'i,, 4 full quarts 8 20
-wwwigi* h0er I en.tousretidee eon u qurt% 4 w.
inmn~ hM s. di'l I beiin, e nto.w frlmlor wlnew Id noterluilmi -- :
ai SS Iia 1S.,srru 1uin o0s ,T full quarts. 4
'Iosi earllg l W Wils Keller. "John arrds. 1 9 00
1 W l ap Ml Iltgn 1 A. l Ra. t l, of a1.1ll. fl.
.1t d blevt da ll o* c .om a w,. .c,: ,WN SiERIDAN CLUB:,
ss sOl p thle.sll l tneptyi* cATio CI,&t'IHORITV. -" 4 full quarts ., . . 2 7
S, 'tus pbpts h 4 l ptrt prltyaatd NO, .
.as at Ih aw o 0Iln**1 A. C. Croom. eomLaruler of the stte of 6 full qlarts .. .... 400
otae eses tlees little pwsIorldkes.aerd r it tim bl bna nktfw lftwa.n 12 full quarts 86,0
Sil der the am of thes Ihr k of Alahu m. o-q rts ..... 8 o
ornt bees may leu re t e sto s Aouhvs. and orantaed -undr the *t h
I I i rkna l to admit awsof FlorIa, has oaomldhd with the itw
eL S Ilta b both the wrQ! the be Ot e ot lmlrs in evervthingl in t he
IfMJ sfrpapr *;* \.v...4 br vIrT of %b suaumity I ntaso lif w byiS le Gins
Snotte T74 of the Revised S tultes of tbhe
Siat o VioWa tW hi 91td Jo. poidf aoIUones Il reim iu and Wines from
S Seed Wrhen sK1tatid Judg* e. t ot i.C: lhwi a 1(Hl .tL $4 11\e froPlmI gaL 4'
/W,|lby D-bodug Wo oi .orIrtnceaireperal! to.kiliw 5 0 tor -i pe gal.
G:'a. 0. D*0. 6.-w en UK ar ee sm o e wt 1._ to r t petp Ual .w
pelts siket tt ftnlid and it WJA rs r U t, uladOTer ly hl sednl i of one thki-
Mt,bo hadSts TLod a bai of Oatoler, A. Lt IX 114.
i~ tbhat ha1d bALn *l IlItAL0r A. C t,' l fl. I. .
SSeir f Ielr ttie o districts. A cntsw -oOTs10F1. o
IAE f'll d4 O St t*ew Tc F INAL DISCIHAksE Kothe hrtr liv.e tt:Htt it.n, 'k,,ekuftar T. tF THO AS
Sdleai Wt the ause oTIC. N. the t lnt lpublIhottiot h errol 0uonh t he I th
SuIA day of tIeemi.rT. i*4. 1. a. tSardoltn orl lInr,
Notice I', berrby ittenp tbais xr montk7 7f Ketnn ,. WI)h Mir.iL tol the Vi)lhnt- y .udre ot l
tIr the arte WublflltUln of this.r ticer. tie un Alsehuu county. frtorlda, tor al omler in I IsI
i.r. .met as Ua rdi)ts o f mad fhit lhertw "u- f t) he right, title aISd isters ,t of the 1
mith. will p~reseat hbi nsal peeOuut' andt ,-- 'Iaors K encd4. in mirl t, the nfolowirnrg Iamn.
oberL to the Sa I H. I.CMaWam, lu ntI )mIrdu to*l: The Nw'j of Me' or srl, .'rp.;l i .
ithifn sad t Aastmbr ea ntrm Il'ilmw o la d _r d ~t I t, lra Est '( .e3s of Ne' ,ee !, Tp. "
will shea un ther e agil? i or Anal diem e barrier 1 Ii. I t. s1 c ot 'e i .rI O't e ;W, \'
.lil further *dmIlstrratlion i and 'iL hirlpn It AltY 11I 1
uson the estate oa she sa! Iftrrtri Maith. he Not .ag. lt.*.itt'Eith of a t: hr ne, "
the aski lerbert $ lith. t !t10H alttatin the .. -_ ..
4"C'01 I "W'"'O C'" FULL LINE OF
fl+ l Bep'-inmt Wr tl m A.," I" 4. i l.
AR TII!R W, T Iv A I llltiI .. N.ote i'. h Lee .rit en tha i .f'r r Ihi. r t ,t ''
SIM0h As UuardInav ior herbert Stilitr ha tis Ibe)im'I'etIarC.ren7r1. tilaww 4q gr'v rrr g-' g

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800 Attended Fare.
Mi f Mr. Carpenter.


e Osander K. T. and Home
peini Mllsionary Societlcs At-
in Uody--Rev. Rogers end
~ar Present
#les nml a Kavna'imh M\- thoi!-
reh wero of the most impr'esives
landy,f the ocssioi n lbintg the
Ii sorvies of Itev. W, 1 .rr
,lafer four fears of *seenful
Here, during wliuioh time t he
sh hal grown and prospered mar-

S. 'The Morning service.
te morning the edifie was +'i n-
filled. A special feature o8f
piilee was the eQllment uIIPIQ.t
Qupeakter delivered a most ir- 1
I l ermon on a l'astor's Part ingl
il* s"leotinR as his text 2d. Cor,
L-. The remarks were desist ed
especially to nienIbera of tLe
iM t ehuroh, but a great many ,fI
Iv1den5ominations. includlnii many
S, were pre sent aud bad thin
of hearing one of the 1iest diN- .
ever delivered from the pulpit

A Union Meeting.
tlh evening the pastor preached
J u CommaDdery Knights Tem-
f whiob he is a member, and Ihe
'ell Home and Foreign Mission-
liletS. These organizations at*
lA ehuroh in a body, special
aviang been reserved for thrm.
ipAlln aad Presbyterian churches
d wisth evening serviees on ac-
S o this farewell sermon, thei
leas attending the Methodist
The mrult was one of the
aloarel tions ever assembled
4le4 bolldllg, the church being
shI ef-boar before service. Is
Ibt a more than WK at,
is sent ilee.
,l- Oevealnl Mr. Carpentertook,
is teat 14lah 0 8:1, "Conquering
,eNmoe." Thediscourse wa full!
.lamsoSes anad sincerity, and was
o with the closest attention.
-Brther Paators' Farewell.
'i the aoaltaslon of the sermon
Thee.P. Hay of the First l're*.
COhurh and S. B. Rogers of
Irit Baptist Ohurch, both of whom
In the meeting, extended to
LArpeater their sineere regrets,
persoally and in behalf of their;
Soaos, at the necessity of his
IAre. They regretted t tt he.
of the 1.Methodist church were
th at Mr. Oarpenter had been dis-
from returning to Gainesville
lioniat of the limit expiration ofI
I ars, but wished him Otx(-speed
jis work wherever he might be ast I
It. Mr. Carpenter replied to his
Sbr pastor. In a feeling manner,
Slmpresued the large congrr.-

An Excellent Showing.
A resapitulation of the work of the
IlhI during the tour years' paslor-
ai Mr. Carpenter shows a most en.
ag condition of affairs. The
bi os ow memberhip of 375. fifty-
p whom were received into the
during the past year. On ton-
thirte a were admitted, seven by
Sand baptism, six Ily letter.
fllaieal condition of the church
.DRo good. and during th,, four years
$l11,00) has been raised for church
l, 2,000 of which have bren
S 6d for missions.
carpenter expects to make hi*
I*We T'neday morning for the
.'frnnee, which will convene In
bSIkld. lie will earry with him lhe
Misbes. of every man. woman antl
111 ia Onneav fille. regardlesr uf de-
W:' Inallton. l
"tallian Killed in Mlssicslppl.
I a" aMpb. Tenn.. De.. G.---Mlhala
l t.'tbrl and hi'. Frm Prank farttin
0 '.la Italian., have been taot and k!1
SI y t a number of Slavonlann near
MI, N The mCas of the
Y Isa not Taowh. The bwlrie-
: eI e me Wo re ws sat to Mfam
fl Sir btermmt. '

A Frightened Horse,
ftalnX like mld aswns tha Mi...t.

' VKU\ INCj U P"

There's something the mat-
ter with the child that fails

to grow up.

A child that

grows up too much, however,
without proper fllinijg out If
!cdlhi, is almost as badly ,Off.
Nothing Will help) these lp!'.
tlin "wi.edy children like
Scott's Emulsion. It suqppli'is
the rulnding out of t lsh .i;al
tlec rich inward nourishirwt
of blood and vital r,,ns
which insures rapid growth a
healthy and uniform dvevclop-
ll t'n t.



With Hand on icomotive Throt.
tle He Succumbed to Death.



Was in Good Health and Splrite When
He dumped Aboard His Engine,
Pulled the Throttle apd Sped Away
to Southward From High springs.
While driving his engine at a rate of
forty miles an hour, with his hand on
the throttle, Eagineer S. 0. Wise of
the Atlantic Coast Line fell forward in
his cab near Willietoun .lModay after-
noon. and died almost instantly.
There was of course no witness save
the colored fireman of the train, who
related that death was almost inataa.
Engineer Wise wits pulling what Is
known as Train No. 48, southbound
from High Springs to Lakeland, on the
West Coast railroad. It Is said by
his friends that his health was appear.
ently perfect when hi boarded his en-
gine on its outward trip at High
Springs, hence tihe IIPWs of his death
was a shocking surprise to them.
Deceased was one of the oldest, most
widely known anid me t iropular engi.
Deers in the employ of the Atlantic
Coast Lirne. 11* rwas more familiarly
known as "'IsrI" Wise, and for many
years ran ,on it Florida Sointhera be.
tween P'alatka, Ihis city and Brooks-1
ville, Wlhn this road was absorbed by
the I'lant Systein he was placed on the
run between Painltka nud St. Peters-
burg, where ihe remained until a few
week ago, when he was transferred to
the W\est C',Lt divilton. lie Is sur-
vived by a wife, who resides at St.
Petersburg. and 6tveral children in
various sefct ioin f ti.he colintry.
The remiiinll were taken to St.
Petersburg. whoreheth interment will
be held.
FortunatPly there was,another eangi-
near aboard the cars. and the train
proceeded with but little delay.
How's This?
We offer one hundred dollars reward

for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hlall'r Catarrh Cure.
F..I. Cn,- K v & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the iindersigned, have knows V.
.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-
lieve h;m i'prf'etly honorable In all
business tranisatlons. and financially
able to carr) r ut any obligations made
by his, firm,
\\'.I\ 1\'. K i t' A MAHVIv.
Wholemlak lDruMiates. Tolrdoi, 0.
halt's Cattrrh Cure is taken in-
ternally. na'ting d4ireitly upon the blood
ai d Inairoeil uIrfa'ees of therttem.
TMIn1OtInial l l4e.ft fre. tIrioe,, 'k. p>er
btiutle. Sold b1y all druteie(s.
'Tak l, Iiil 't F' ila y I'lls for consti-
R:fut;ed New Trial.
F,.if,.'. Ky.. !i" 'I rh ,citrt ol
ap >,a' :i 9 ti t r', !"i"l l '' 1 t ,, :"tiy.t-"n
fro, r i 'crng In (lie caoR- of J. W.
Beer,, con' victed of the murder of Mrs
Martha Martlu and now under sree
ten(, uof death. )ovmermr Beckbnm
will fix a day for the exleutlon, whiol
wITl probably be In Jauuary.
Revolution Imminent.
A sore siRn of approaching revolt
and serious trouble in your system is
nervousness, sleeplessness, or stomach
upsets. Electric Hitters will quickly
dismember lhe troutlestome causes. It


Load of Bird Shot Entered Neck,
Which Resulted in Death.

But Was Captured in Alachua Sunday.
Man Started Out From Home With
Gun, When in Scuffle to Get It Away
His Wife Was Shot.
Newberry, Decemhtr 5 --tIforma-
tion reached here today of a killing at
YountRlvr's pihosphate mine, about
one1 mile Islom this place, Neil tuyton,
a intrglr, having shot and inslantly
killed his Katie (ilyton.
From tlh particulasr it is learned
that tigtolyt.n uw under til influence
of whike'y. lie removed his shot gun
from the rack. remarking to his wife
that he was oinig oat into the qaal.
term and "play bad" with the other
negroes. Hil wife tried to prevent
him from going, and In a esuffle for
posesaiun of the gun the weapon was
discharged, the contents, a load of bird
shot, penetrating the woman's neck,
frum the effrets of rwhih she died in a
few minutes.
tiuyton sueeeeded in making hie ae.'
-cape. and eluded the officers during
Saturday night, but it is learned was
arrested in Alashua Sunday.
MinlsterIal Assoclation.

The liniiterlal Assoeiatlon convened
In the rectory or Holy Trinity Churob
Tuesday afternoon, President Hay In
the hair.
There was present a fIll board, with
the exception of Rev. W. J. Carpenaer
of the Metlhodist church, who is at-
tending the annual oonferenee of hi
church. Among the laymen parent
were W. B. HiRdon and Christopher
Matheson of the Presbyterian ohurh,
and J, F. Bunch, repmenting the Bap*
twist church. Rev. Joe 5herouse of the
Advent Christian Church was elected
a member of the association.
.The matter of the rllgious sense
was brought onp, nd the oommitte re
ported fair progress with the work.
This work will be completed within the
next ten daye. Another district, that
of North (4alnesvlle, was added, and
lter. Joe Sherouse was assigned to this
The next meeting of the auioelatlon
will be held on the Arst Tuleday after
the flrst Sunday In the new year.
A Costly Mistake.
Iluinders are sometimess very exper-
sive. Occasionally life laself Ie the pried
of a mistake, .but you'll never be wron
if you take Dr. KIngse New Life Pitli
for dyslpepia. dizziness, headache, liv.
er or bD)wel troubles. They are gtentle
yet thorough. 26: at all drug stores.

Powder and Shellh


We Want Your Country Produce
and will pay higest prices.
We Sell Everything in the Grocery
Line at the Lowest Prices.' Se us.


t Hove,

Palatka, Fla.
hunter Ky.e XXX.................$ 1 s0
XXXX ........."............... 6 :: 0
(Wold Medal................... 8 00
Old Baker,...................... 0
Royal Heal.............. 4 50
Lewis 6........... ......... 6 O0
Corn Whiskey ........ 1 L0 to 8 (
Gin ................... 15 0to 400
Cam (Goods at lowest prices. Extra
charge for, jup: .pgal., lto; l.Im-.
lao; 2-gaL.i. W% will allow pies
eharjed for jug returned to us.
Goode boxd if desired. it-1-wt
14id Office at cllneirtue, .Fla,
NovemtPer 19W4
Notice li tbebya a ven 6ats the followifir
nuamed *etiler bea fIed ouoe ot hit lntgRJ.on
141 1k Lk m m ---. I- w

ISeo hSi

This is on every ,i'
fae who usme .
riok BaWgy or Wa

The holidays aror nowa Whsreera iV i
I, buy for h[inuelf or somebodmay elsea M Wl l
trr with buying krnmothbill arflemablet? Tr
t1ndily r y.t;hm
land.-naide mad giuris med. PreI will suppr$4 i 0o
M.. ohow you thtrouh my3 wra*pea1m
0. PgR A




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This took bh aal b

can rss ie, ygood t s met

J u t tr ,' .,, .! 'r
Eto., arriving dily. w re t !'
than ever. '
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Look for Our

I 4' 4
- tita '

It will interest youG, ifm*n tS
save you money If you am. :: ;i

Are TY0 Witb U? 'IIf

W. Re

T! ",0H1Ni

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-If the GoodaDo at
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Rye Wkhikopi
Copper Distilled..1 t65
Queen City ...,.. 2 00
Sunny South..... i 50
(;ilt Edge..'.... 8 0
Pedigree.... 400
Overholt......... 400


L0. aWhite.....
I*. C.Better. *
N.aO. Fine..,....i
Laurel VaUlm. iI


\WE ASVE cOrfta hIT EU.
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lm~SWm e1, w0hhte em
tasm of S UGbet, e. ll
peerd t guinstmee the
M1|e- @6 ri %.u*Wa teast*sh p
i **_ the oli _
g. ma mrMll

tees ..rill er ,
l eh. a.r l
pS whikU he 4 d
e Hthp,.
Rb i bq
a. Ss -*t C

fl5ne. AftereeUO
*IWVWhar the ae es^p

BB^WI~~~f fa^..^^^!!" 'g"p *' "r
uJLiU~~jif^Lr~k elk ,^A tat

V..-E ,

ftfto ib. ta Ih
I wit.lyt i. ito
'i WOO,, that asme
v S tefworskc. He
Mlm aM shmi farm who
.i *5*mm atpplag from
p,--r while thi f.Uddas
e. A mtoseis prevaltd
Wq pevTil ashis Ute
ab islas January 1,i

~, he illaleg of
blutvsy misba, teea.
I'm l Iar ia the
p~ lw 't ol itsslll
!,,+ inset tha- the sue
,h- lMn s s, p sed i
*a t psk i o iet ia
,every 0shsue ier

p+ pnhcs bi aes l to Ia.

S, 0 hi hla NS mpl le,

Is0mo "n"wUhi is -this aas.
s amdmi O sqws o pteur. i m.
Wba' tes tEe se fM*moao.

hba .i aim pura p o lleo

5i. *. Mamm aS 3.3. C, is, ..,

i. hgts f!, S oeine, s.
ilL .tkI t he A e1 ei a -l. t ieft

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bftlf Si Wai, em -o Un, I on 0
Afltr the pmeltas ltof 6sa ow-rd
eassew.qetiug itin( *S o p ula as
lamp wum te ImiO ftof th* *IIs I
war ameslte, whik W pauw d tupe
It lies neadti, lhei -all djou red. '
Wae Kmnwn Otlels .pf Iut Florlda
ODd atl SeedD Twejd y.
lnftrmatlea reswm this ,elty by ....
telegrm Tuestay ie of t..he
deh* of Thoas V. HIMe1 ofr satouma
Heigbs, wahIl oen d at loodall,
opposlt Daiytona, T1Ldar morning,
The saeepl lsame o M. Mr. ", eSaun-
del, a *oer of MYr. IHln, andd Mrs.
Ilea44n leit on the r r ln trai
WeeWleday mornlbg for Palaltks
whae she Joinp d i* fOuneral party. .
Few len In Eatw FIefda were bo.
rto kaows lha Mr. Hllks. Though
af KiEshmian by Mbir, he caose to
Amero a masy psen ag. About
1M, whom Ihe J., T. 4 K. Wt. ailwumy
was bflMlag, he sbeoh he ba y at
msphve of Florida, sad setlld at
ssem11s Heglhts, m aew satllon, where
be epead a gemral stoe, mad sinae
hatU *W he h bena mueeolfully e- .
Igad Is bImew. He w as proml.
ames 0dd Follow, belt a pat l Iand
maSrtd the oddr, ad Is well known
bI & Odd Fellows threulboot the
tats. JamW btefw the eplimalon of
hie d- a Ced Osanstr Lodge of
this ilty wi "a vll visit, and the OI tt
itof h ice ahOahe wr tmate r 0 YO feyeas yeas a, wh from'
y lapWed wih him. w e a well kaws e re t at i Troy. t atrIary trouble,
the fuae l M, HiBe will b l letter I Ifrem e I0 T. Troy, IBrlllt's disease I u'
Md s1 6iMlme BEhL Friends Y.T hen writes lly r three and <
thknegho e t whe le will sympathbl o "nara oe m Mm wr tl wt th hey health wasrn i
with the beeised tbely. dVwm Wr_ r mr me ISb hamve aeir had any
SrlTlrl IMi l tr I had Msffrd OPawrod Iadsrtm.
WOMAN' GUILD BAZAAR. wl. etarrh o tIe blMdder d MY11 CMatuwhs ltuonmmrl

Ltwes oftHl Trialp Ohurh Wailse
Q-lw a S0m t UMo e ra .
Tfe ame l bear of Sth Womsk's
OGill d Holy Trltly Episeopal
Olkins m hod In the opera houe,
begaltla o detek. Tueday after-
**oN, isd waII o fS eM mssM eneees-
fItant delightl see evet of the
"T leole had olleeled large num.
ben 0of etal and ruW mental arIples
f1elf their fri ds atboie amd abroad,
lad Lhe *oold radly a good prices.
TIe proed froem ito sale of shes
rneoil *aiso*d*blj i enbaemet the
tneovg ml shemGuild.
Thbe tsrltement table, and booths
were U. with fin mnd dallty things
to oS AId thbis department was a re.
markablef iasalaI Imnenu. tI all, the
ladle rmi.e4d a good sma, aAd are to
be soagrmulaed upoi thb etertaitn-
mua from every standpolat.
The Oood Old Way.
A overe ld or attseek of la irippe
Is like a fi-t4b soonerr joe combat is
I t better yoer ehaes are to over-
power it. Bt few mother in thil
te are wUllml to do the seessary
wer reqalred to give a good old-fub.
loUed reliable tetmenI, tsh as would
be admialsered by their grand-
msrhen, besled by Boaehoe's Oerman
gnrap, whikh wu wlanr liberally
med l onametiot with tbe home
Itrlatme of colds and Is illt in grat
or bosebold favor lihau uy known
rietdy. But even.wilhou ishe appli-
teso of the old-fashloed aid (Ger.
ma flrap will se s severe sold lI
qulek lime. It will ours cems in shil
Idrm or grown people. It lleves the
eongestd organs, allay lthe irritation.
and effelively slope the eough. Any
child will take it. Iit Is valuable in
a household of chlldra. Trial else
bottle, 6e; regular sixe, 7te. For sale
by W. M Johnson.
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Undertaking Co.

funeral Directors and
LUMened Embalmmer.
oaA-d eaS ml I S
nfU.. raM--i 1r -1 Ans.....
i FuaeIs s, Raw Pr Mps. Ast
so Upbbe. inAm b
f a, fladp ftdq
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a- ,..
Thie 'Metropolis. in i Issue of stur. .

Sewer ASt a1 Con uloup and to li|srt. t itis ito.Iruad C01orn.
S- minion 'with Ow boh.f tIji that city
u 4 Thm1da0, ow1 theIn il nd 01Trit; tmrlt their
WIS'1 l u ~f unctlon Is to thrustle very tiC'r t. -
08l1} igl tit nLhlt neilt Ito 4tmcil ii p Mor
party. Editor Rud Publ r. Itaekonv iln,, er.thre wcrii lula' iUl II -t1
Itiles In the calx u h mitiaul (.ln- Iad thij ,"
-o nl i,,i,,l rN gtr itlg. ,
eSil Ol tsues mIroi : The ommere1I tt i :l .. trrt. tv iIt

py*l.tran1k RA t I i-tpole, 'd f or -ri, ia i IVeB
aaieeak 6A0 ieio yearli aofd itli ni hfl oad, t i. y eti,,p1r n. i,
E. --..i 18 CitSSueoftadn *lu' .ost 1tu"y. 4 5' "h? iri3r
1yet ahnd O w Ouents Ifor Irh add throud6 itt ehr., th ,,. IRI (1ir 1 t'l ,t l *for oPe oI
eperiton. ,Ie&ti tt 40 me nrig. 9 ir i
.4 pdvnrtisement rn three, nc on efflprt to a rv 1 w i.
I" n Ponth* at l.r eil rante, 1, .1tv '1-0rt r % V i.
"I thed uwr appicatio. to *1 e op'L'iir. ,Iall w1'V an .oh s
aid De11th notion inserted w&ter zad ei:ne'rcisL Mrr ,t. ri
anes, ^ via ent a bloin, never i' e,:r 1 1, I P..% r hi
*- I- -nl ior ciIiro. l1.
OvaUR IOas le1r. A railroad ,omminiiid a
S and the Thrice-a-W eek 11tell,+ lo plary ifI tLhet d; n ti re it 41 i, IIII..VIII+the*
World one year........ $1 65 right oi reetify their t roiiiys created by
and the Atlanta (Ga) their uwi elh as it lati ,i. tair n tdo tJ l*
vHnsthtution one year.. their wrongs they surely hawew the rIfht *L ff
.Weekly Journal one .ear. I 0 to Compr.r their own creations with "" t
i and the enti-tWetk1ly. rates emade for interalste trfttil. o 4. tn
Union on.e *r a... ... w The Metropoliu is as inaccurati,, ,;: ,.. 4;
was M r. talip, of the Se1.aboard Air lin. 1: .to ..
will not Iuept stamps of" Railway, who undertook to show to ;". ':'u 0
n than ts the Colmmission the various classiflsa- .
tons useA throughout the Mouth, all or
glasg forward to 19W0, Root. Taft. which were "cooked up" for the pur- To be a successful wife, to retain the love
am d Fairbanks might settle It pose, and which the representative of
ass little i ame of progressive he 1;*ineevillei Board of Trade former and admiration of her husb nid should be a.
htim os acknowledge were misstated.
"'* ,,..,.,+..Hn.-,...woman s constant study. M rm Br oand'.

Nwdbna resolved the iterest pay- We have no doubt but that the o o woman s constant study. Ts. Brown and
op the bonds bought In L,. mission took note ut this glaring effor. M rs. Potts tell their stories for the bene t
eswteS, England announce in a on the part of a meat system ofl rail.
wpmalo that her sympathes are roads to submit comparinas that were of all ives and mothers.
104ibth ,no.t borne out by rfacs. l
.ith US& t 141. IL X-1=0:- N V g '
S --Our Commission know their power pontd will make every mother 1well, snamsg, 14t2
the thbe New York confabulations and plainly stated them when thie repl- through ui yevs of mlerable eme sel w r .. .-
dol solemnly declare that reentatives of the roads aeeused them I tha noticed a mttemet of a wOams troubled m sao i
.aeo f Tey dre m thathe iebeslts she haou bad from your Vqh .cp^M, ,
aot name the next senator. He of trying to make Interstate rates. wold do for ad ud It o t At thei or Wh
% my a word, probably, but will They know that they have the power was r diffReret woman, the neighbors smaarked iat, N mayrn B"
y put his ftinger on him. to make changes In their clarhnoa. love with me all over agila. It sst Ji aew Ix.btea 1b
tions, and they know that It would be ering w'ith Inananmatom mad iling o the w bomOq butyw
that and built u my eutile s m till I was ladeI UII a Wl
o*astor aCookrell generously a strange analogy if the roads could S smrely you.,as. CuN.L Z, o 31 Cedar Teer, es uap-
pp ble plaster to ""eiv. an ofice maintain a through or Interstate rate Vies President Mothers' Club.
she hand of lb President, he higher than the ilun of its locals. 3uf nwomea should 1a0tl to
ip remarks, I believe that when The Commission did, on July Islt, po1ris IR Jati as surely as p e was cared .o i
te d nL her tter justo m Barely wlr Lydia I 1.
d th gets better eoquainted with 1l08, reduce nearly evry rate In the Compound cure other wemeso wbhoa r igr fo
ent Roosevelt It will love him State, and it is a wonder thast The lti. la ammatlon of the ovarlt keidner tmb e!s seW S
.fl tropolls did not then discover that it and nervous prestrsUo*tea. the storpof Mn.
was "monkeying" with through rates. M ls "
iesetary Talft Is urging tihe P'ana- for the reduction reloieed not only theE lDflutuaL1Umw-
Sas he has urged the Filipin.os rates on local shipments. but also *on f StS w
explalss to them the new readiam of the reduction for the interstate I alotahne aldgm A it .

la the Interest of collective civil- The strength and justlee of the pc I I CompO US,,_isi...

S Modesy ani the Simple Life, the system resehinrg the State stopped the if sew t coused thros the
?lissientV' pet, Parson Wagner, has proceedingss and trd to e e.t a corn- IfI g ah u e, delr.. be.
Lher ovedone It. Wass's is Canye.bInP e with the (isinnville and ems i estramnweu. W,-,,O
so to prove to th world time beauty to say was flatly dm'slined. Yogos ban. sple
.Ilelle? Iif The .\1tropolis would acquaint I I. wish every mother Isew of g. -
,..itself with the matter discussed a, the u, Mas, Ana. Ports, SI0 1fuk Aen., ES
' The scrub women of Chicago are in hearing on December let, and not take -WI ny- fee t ... .-- ', I
, maine sme of 'The Norub-W\ omen's source, it would realize Just how .el. If "o wish con,. mnalle,.h. atI l I ,he ..ine

uo. The name 'Floor-Operators nflh it ri making .iacsonville appear. ---' b eper W to 1P- b I --
dY Knee Workero," was Indignantly The Commisslon have made a num. hban, LnMa., nd you will be advl l tree of chary. -dla m. LMm I
Ia1s0d ad they Insist on being called ber of changes i its olassifilatio and IahUn' Vstab O epw d aa poured and aO txmaM ,
Jultrews. 00e~IM(.' of cause of ie fes trbift c hft tsn jwjLVrjW"8 y
the people of Fl rida are secure in the In-a I belief that if the classifioatlon on the B uae ths wh yu to .your 4
ay Is a king, after all, but cotton 11 .a called to their attention are Wf' '.
S er are very prominent members wrng that they are golog to re tify .
:te royal family. Of the latter we them, even it It will possibly be of
*i 2s8,5.000,000 bushels this year some benefll to ities other than the THE CHEERFUL SOUTH.
, 0l'aded upon freight Oars the train State's gateway and great commercial
- M No fi e times around the earth. center. Imemphls Commereial Appeal: The
f"No frthear comparison is necary. HSouth ie cheerful and srene. AFheo pas
S- FAVORABLY IMPRESSED. I only a promise of her future. The .
0. A. 8noa & Co., patent lawyers Panama canal will be built, and the A BIGN T T E
O ahisln, D.C, chave sent usa A. II. Potts of IParkesburg, IP. who merlchaintg of the South will b Le te * *I.
Sldy Vet Pocket Iiary Memolrn- recently visited Gainesville. wries to muerch.luts of tho world t Sathern FL M I T iM
mi4d Aoeount Blook lor 195. It his home paper, The Chester County parts will hanlhdl mich of the com- \rAl 1111 1 1 1 1 lm
i"a 1 msleuraers for 106 and 1905 I Times. as follows concerning his views" mere, that will p.s. thibuitu the canal. ILJ I
E~' of eitie and State, m o o inesville Telt cent co tton, will be a permanent
S aiiesa lawsi, our decisions in ps '"At (ainueville, Fr., we were met sth'in. We are tnt lookinR mourufally I OUR HOLIDAY ,OOK o r
i I andd other valuable lanor- by Thormas J : 'us, a veteran printer, back iLt the part. It can never com WATCHES wlry wyo IM
It ii such book as every who gave 11 our firus kless of the art again. W e ahappes people will w d. ati aret.._"
i adns all the time. C. A. Sow & Imdre than thirty years ago, and he is the face of the cart,. Them t shines, of all adill sopder s aries wIith .eI-

uS ble to those who know how to I n doubld i the wi ter mnontht colonels fi of corn. dlaint, ndea 1 II rame*l pgI of sN
a I lt. I the ot rthrn addsksn on re. srtn Mlay a youth and aman a maid kBt our dlhow to t B si. 0mW1 10 ,lbs k.-
a. b t N n- s.e i- s Are daring In the chetished shade. i tli e Oe M Bellsf ,mae.
he best thlhg the D[ eovatl o md. re liable limate. a ad l l deed even .ard the mocking bird is s. nging in the C BShould go -oa Mtepla gift I
.t eu posibly do Itr to keep stil. A ow we fn" d .it very d ""esirab Tle laine. o l-sd dLarI the uwane riert i e
IOI twl.n will never . have a bead streets are aid ad tIwenty-ls yes -a- bfr who willo eo. eOut gmsn 6 i
*: Itrifwentliad llry open i to els- ao mwer planted with oak tre e- Ae eer er and sa tisfy ye.sawil ar pM. "Val
f* tI rem 10 to e ents. Absolute .i- rw n the middle as well ao at csh th prpetityr of hes eity, Elttr Wal. yOU b Iy. wrie nr ar iWlswu. Im .
blfoe tlothe l oar or kwo ow the earb lie; contsequetly It it well er p. Yowels l of Te Orando Star h
m .i M s. Pr er, teller, Brya. shaded and when syou are. shleded from nmad an eight-page edition of his pa-. .. -
Em, bestw th, month, HDarreie th- Flolde n c you a e r d by e pe r The St fr s toot the brighten,! T
...l ad aiBll the res t would b.e a,.,ol brteze. We spant th Sabmbath ns ies jourail whir ih nom s to h The1n o 1e pl

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them t!s ,il, l~ d e il
E'iP gwel hernlpbaraI. mimr
i~lll ,d In_ thllm flil all miller ia^
W. to p't t i rtl Ihri bOioa tl it m
a hLn htss In buessies Wads.
i t :t swbrd to aeln ior. wam l
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t iba tb lhet uthre am the m ail
S ;.i 4 l sI t n m tupli In di.
i By ai owranam I fxu art
SSi.!. t os iA at mitninma
e i.l Whelln t.brt Was larty-
i Uml uiipplaeu we k)ce the
'bt li minimum. Pata caine In
to"li,: i .iw our artnn
g |fi rd W<1< to tba P imlnljmn at
I-1t ~e i P It should be
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Put It tIOd ie
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Dr. Thscir'l la.! t:, l" : .l I ,r'r
halls C tlwe 'u .t I '.;li:.,li < l.Ah '.
flfty.tvo y. .r- v1th pcrfi cu; tu .
and the itsis rr'tiuitlAkq rev ts
The yre at I->t:,t b O (4 thls i ri: l y i> y I
to.llse flct thlt its t i ists of ltu ihu tl InF r rail l.; .*, :r.k,,
Yellow Dfl, Ik .r- ', Ti.;.
GC itiAn, Siinl'i aa4 L .; *; -; .. .
i',a l~ r'n Ifre .y ru li :t.i ,
Lo A>rsc tDa un; r -;. *
not lic i tae tI r i icn '
Which ,ltlvy LvY rit.1." t.
ltIOrts re:H.a s I l cr -rec1 t' rt i'-
l rtiet s of tl.e Liver, Ki6 r- t ? 7 r ', 4!.
and the dino4ms c'iuw!nedI. ;c i.,iu rc f
these fuuctcus to p4rfuo.'t .. ir ;:r ar
w rk. .....
Thousands of sick o-tls m v, ', l. ;c
has been a bullen have wri .r-n rla.t uL1
letters that oth rs wigt rrn ..;. byhir
uStArrtqMI GaV, Tciu t N %94. a. I I.
w aswUl airlig terribly wtili r t, ll l a
A* I* _int iws it pi*ckfll r, 'it Trtiher.
kidrne grophlc mud414t t u aull u.i:lgitat (vli
L la nuitd Blol o yip i c: '*,: ;'i rI try .t.
set liow I am dlply grateful tU my lldruggis
u wit as to you.
I hId bteln a suafrevr f*oam '-~e tk. nga and
krIal r u down *onditl.,o fir ri ra ve %n
a l htd cily rletv-tl tewa r r.t l f un
lt ir dImlekitesl. But *aft utn i. i quic t"'
plWet of Iyour LotVr in4 II. .- I yrup I t o I
eltetilnld lbrrlya I ierl d in tiv lis.,ml
l S M M tit a t l sItt w est' ily I'trI.T 1 i ls
asitom r Whar.trTofe k of kid.!- iro&uhl), andi
yy in90llo in as good as tiry lvilig tut n'.
I a = c&If yhaL v Lt I nichtwwI.
SSver hie buy remedy i! ne s >ch inkek
sad p ,oew lnt rrn e lefr .&4 .. I itrn i ot t r-
tl1itt go" l ti' vaftrlu _e t I 4icinur I
= tei II ywld not l6 kany arIuut omf
WIY for I t Vary rffttriUI: esCT*0.

io eIo .o fler dIad rp ,n li h, t'ea

Aso p#adla# ( to ef n r AmArtM *
SoaCieMM WIa be rtr..

Th w lhj o wll perstr iln eloela
5h er %ear:s l.1ars tgo1I&0tit ofolur*Q
AW oe1ae of 1t' K#In's ,Nw fisa0 ra ,

ery fer Goaoumption, wlle hae Ia lo..
M pVidfta to oat o ff Amrln-
emplhl to seek tl hniMat In lu, l--.
lite In ~illroaft in ietar<4-, in tslPi.
tad bitend to lt mbi herd inubln, f.
no l hd sight WWer b term.asron.
Thed whao will. pl llt Bin elo11i
lhelr ta sa tli Lrt heoll mnai wir hM
erly for ltoimnpton, wilunl have lon
land blltr flal% wlilh hicr trouble, i
not endtigd rllerN byad fl termtntln.
Read wd ateT. Pr. Be ll a ,nd 1.00. Ti
b toi uy: ag Lt hl s my wire had
*ivery symptom of consumption, She
took Dr. in's w Dic Cou ryt.fter
evrdoI hin O Ie had failed .Improve
bsietoh r ait in i e ad fou r tilef
nil elared har er." ns a trnastd by

al. buof tfor h.lden hi. I
loohead th T fld. o teno tbe 1a,0.Tr.
Levohl Lslptom olosup, waI arran. -
Mootdn Kpon ia NwaDis of dveyolderly
*vedrsig these hhadfle improg bven
brought by hat wifes w tho holr ed it
hel capped her Ldaor Wair e faned bT
id the dfendisat rele
If thbe Hiby is CHuotinga Toath
Be una and ua thar old and wely-

eoouhe: the chaldr eoflfni the bemn*
alblyo ll pbyh, hiswle wind oabsio and ts
ihe bla pmedhr for derrhoya. Twine
;y tfl he Bab i a bottle.

Late Omice at (tlaInriille.. i.,
NoKember 7T. lox.
Notice b htreby given tbt the Wtawlowtr-
Ssaed settler lasa a d osee of hims latestion
I& make W1&e lkU fill S WHOU Of hlk0 0l0,lm,
to hke Isat proof a mIuoortk or tu cakI,. mast
tsas nM pro w ll be made before Hearer
mad blen[er it UlsoivlUe. rin. on Uewen.-
brw.Il IM, viL
JAIM A. aIIMsaX or Judmlaon Fl.,
S14. IMS for th W 1-1ol Se 1-4 oft s. ,m.
Tm,s.. n. tO.
wsos ouiuolmglasldee upon ad oullUvl aUo
joVl m#, W. W. PIiaUm Dom Palmer,
.pd U n 1U or JuOM. n efoW
pG V... 'QomNSOH.M.str.r
Lad Oiett ea lslnewlle, liL.
November 14. IMM.
Notraie t I erby rven tiat tqr folUow-
stLS etUltqr hrW d IIo ol lof k Isltato
to itfl. ilproI Iof l suproft of hb elimI, ad
l "UR too 11 be aMO befqp Malner
twoevr at OilnTlle, li., T.. Donae.-

4ENP P4< YOi ORl' lERBI I !MU1Ir.


The- Largest Mail- Order House
For lMen*, Womenie *ad Children's
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Clplliog Hate, Undelrwear and Furirhilnge.
Tailored duite, skirts, Jalcket, Fur, Waistr. Frlnisih.

Olothlag, Hlit, Underwear and Furnishings.
Dresse, Refers, Cloaks, 'Uderwear, EIo.
I'VW *send goods by xpress C. 0. 1). with privilege to
examine before sooeptiog.
Igr@.We cheerfully send two or three styl"' of any gar.
men; forel0ieettion.

Write for our complete Fall and Winter Catalogue.


Abtmetns of Title rnd full Ihfoumatloa foratlled nArding lands In t
enunty Our managerr has lived In ths ounat thbirty years J a i
is thoroughly eonvenrsat with Imd titles.

.iRE EB. B5O7IjE2 ,IS
seating a aumb of prominent Ansercan and Enllllh eompanles.
G[s4l r firU e a . elslortidal
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Title is

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STht p i do< t Titrs f i rs confide ratinm for thr imrextor.11
what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
know what you are buying

.. Titles ordinarily invisible correctly revealed to you by .


- Alchna

- County

Ste- a lneav tils,

- Abstract- Company,


Otr fbr tII reing Fall sad Wintr a rlthle lot of bo ddd ani graf
PEC'AN TREEM of tar standard rvsrtl ies, e k a have a god reor be.
bhid theb. Alow Frmlt a Oraameata4l, Etl. Catalgne amd Wulde to
SIetSiftel Pa C'ultre" fle, g I I g ; i t
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Pure Rye



The Best Dollar Quart Whiskey on tile
Market Today.

In order to fnilliarizs the public with this most excellent whiskey, we will
sell it for llmlttd time only, CIIARI ;El PREIAI )I,

Four Full Quarts for $8.20.

Tr it once and you will always buy it, as it has no
eqtal ior the price. Satisfaction guaranteed or your
money back. Remit by Express or PoAtoffic money
order to -

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St a &II 'I, 'tr .

i n operut' i iln l' i l .at<*l
is l-"othr u fltflM wih ,'i
Tlc' n lutC. til Iov ul. r ltii'tl
try hIo ell
an ,F I n u tlhl lrate., de.itr l..
doB csElgh. slalhlt WJuth l I 11a ll
ty nieitn that nothIni l i-rh-
r14 LM be *IonmpillibAid 4 and ivill
Vrjtc iilttY that Itf 1a1nythii'.
i iredpls!:ld It would W qrt a
nature. The Anmlel*nin wi*-
wd U t'ifl:nIlO0 tol nhW tw i; very
that tI) haevy fiown-i .. ll.l Is.
ntk. gols fn a te etia n Iet
lto avild dJlang aiii diwl'nirg iT nd
quilet ideterinlniatlli. ta Ipr~'!rNl
wI msy, without bait and witrlhit
la ellumiattni or at least It
Wnl wilat'ev'r. f iliniR'llt or of
t is to iut'est1to comillit'r"'
B i( coCnduct of great Cirpl-rtiltlo)l;.
u g actiug In no iplirit of lihmtility
tl either Indlrldual or cur.
Ty n .re fi1i aignilnt the lir a
sB y mawn th(ta; against the 1")r
On the e Wte towad rich man and towanr
pll, provided only that each actas
di t u Jatlce and declncy to
L PkUlowt. 0ra"t couoratpor a
im ,ry. aod only mn of gret
llar mental power can man.
aiaSpoarawai IN omatlUy.
pg ue. mat have greet rp-
I them corporation abwld
M-- with doe rod to th
t the public a a whola
I eqm b e done nader the preM-
Siit must be dome. Where
IHy tew e abort other asbould
Agtad to suppklewnt them.
%il nlet d C (W e. ltes.;
b s eu of corporations haa mad
a rellVtalaary lnveatlgtion of,
i g Mptat wrporatloan It will
a pepral report on the bet I- I

'ft pol r of the burenu Il to ac-
the purpoae of Ita re tion
Seteperatott. not antalonIam: by
coMUtrurtive legtlatlon, not
ve proaantloon, the ImmedIate
it Il inqulres: by con rvativl
i lit of law and fact and by
lto laee liOomplete aad bence
i nacirate reports. Ita pot-
b.#l thus one of open inquiry into
at attack upon lMtwinem, the bu-
as been able to gain not only the
tet, letter Still. the coop-
of men engaged In lkeitmate

b. biurNet offer to the eagrea
msanl of getting at the eoat of pro.
at er various great staple! S

J mcelty the careful Invretigatlon
Apaelal corpraltionw will niaord the
mmmiiioner knowlelte of certainly
I taacts., th1' Ipullllrtlnor of whickb
lltbe an llnprnlr t of
ilvlate rights. 'hlie 'imhodl f minaking
the results of Ilihnot lilnt'llrln-
orllds, under tlil Inaw, a lleiinU
tr lthe proteUtsit of irlvnte rights..
,lWcoreWS will have all fanr's exrept
I.Et aI wouil give to another cor-
nifal rInfortnllnll which wonidl In-
tiI the IPgltilInatr, lllinel of a Mctn-
Sand destroy theI Incntlvr for
.J asuperiurlty and thrift.
W" '.TLb bureau 1 Itnito intade exhaustltlve i
SBjlaltllonl Iilo ie legal conditlllon
K".r! whi'h !cNrt)ormte Imlinelis I car-

ALed oh In thie various itittes. into nil
S 1al diebokulii oni the lsubjitl t andi
ltbo various myslemiis of cormporte
i0ato n lI u. I rall aplecal attention
.i Ireport of thi chief of the burneu,
I arrnetly :,ak that thie ronltgre
ly con lder the report andl rie-
tnI ljlatlowi of thel ou ultaloteer oun
tIi bslln sn of insntnnrae vitally nf-
the irgitt inimns of the p,-dpile of
Uinlmtl tluat, mild 1A uitional aiil
If ltal In it nlpplientlion. It Invalvoel
-tllltltllnud o tninlr'tlltltim niillg thein
of the differeCit sttlltt nid Ihe-
Armericall cmip:ilaes ltnri for-
Stovetrnmentil. I urgei tht thlle c
Carefully eionu i hllr whe*t. tr llp
*. f the bun'rll of ocorpirati;onll
.cortstitutitoitlliy hlae ,.sxttjiltW t.i
lieate l atta tiruarictluasI in listir-

A- *ILrf ite nil eilue we irisla' It kev'i
ihWatiJs, o1 f rlllinleri e n1;:i t'l ill
Ia tr'im litl ti dio t ',s i i 1 4 *
it pUt it Irl pltrl I rtlo; Ito lrl tri-
W hether fli' Mnlul1ir w' ''r ti Itr .i)-
Sbe llW ir Ht t h lilptn r or tIn* riil.
I t blanlft In. lcik tlu, lht. l'ir t c.
Irati' tIn it st1pp11pl. tr" sxluu'ia
tirl ttil < .i-r :itl [art\a lt,. l'rliiitiu l
tnd ltdle track h I'ti:ns l.e
i. nall Ihe lm'! leit.ili ir fit I 'Ifl
h ('eiflgreni \iilla'i dlec'lr' it tI
fuzl for iy lirt',tim or '*(or'piir.
er, grn Lt, gv\\ ms ] 'a t, W. *'4,[e
'a 1ny r i'. -trIm. -'i on or

tholtty to fix railroad I do be s
iltve that il a fair uoeurlty tu ship-I
peru the un;111iasn lon llhouldt e Vrtsol
with thi piiw r t i'r' ;ti i vt rat hlas
leoi 'lilAl. ,'ie ,ali .ia I' (i f ll liu ring
fUtitl t, l l ti'4-3'l(u 4~l iii lle tou l':4le. tiLub-
Jlet tiO JudIriil ri' lIw, wi.t 11i411l be a
rfi.ulii til ri4e i thile tI' i p1 te, the
rilltiu of i't1e iutiiinmlohii to ltake effect
tlaiilimatCh anlti o ubtlati tunle aind
until It In rirvi--?* l hby the curt of rv-
$tramnhip c iti!mplg enigagel i In. t
titmlate cof.l;i. vO- i-' l ri. luoI tr'tej it o ur
toastvlise itraij iinhod libe held to a
sirikt oblkr% siriet of tiw interstate corn-
njiiewi It.

recllsinicdlatuuIns looking in its taetiter
tvYrnlnint. lwl tht0lI.;wn eI
lsiii3e1 prn've:'t!:n oven'rowitllng i the
telueuent ,!' a ,,ir.fur ithe th )lltilon of
blind all' ,", ,A the ipri',or L>iullug of
the 1ot a1. L.- 100Ii tisOliomin ralungtis
Iri tit' riri mlinsil n.l, aiad i w iiid have
l~ ie t-'lieir: 4o i -urah lluy lntiShd. t
I rlgatlon.
I iring t!.,' Ivo tanIl n li t yleai that
have .lar.-ii -ncv ti6 1 ht6iS. of the
rrpinlniii ta!! n ct rapid piroigmrs ha
beert i le lwvin the tir in anid fa Ii-
l1:ltteil4 iof Ii, i P '."t4 tfPi A for reia la-
luslllI Iin it tii tu t i. -i i and three
lterriturii.~ t Uf li :irhl l 't:t. I itrit-n
tlon hUis already 'wen begun o n the lar-
puct anid imost liimortait of thi) irrif-
Utho works, atnd upluam are tbe om-
pletId far works which will atille the
funds now available.
Tie froret policy of the governmet
lt Just now a subject of rivid public
Intemrt throughout the wet and to h
people of the United States lIn lgtal.
The forest rierve themelves are of
extrenui value to the present as well
as to the future welfare of all the
weI.stru public land states. They pow-
erfully mafnt the use and dispotsl of
the public lauds. They are of spe
cial ImportLuce ermuse trhy pre-
serve the water supply and the supply
of Uimber for domestic purposes and so
promote Ittllement under the reclama-
ton actL Indeed they are mesetial to
the welfarn of every one of the great
Interests of the wesL
I have repeaftdjt called attentleo to
the conlAuson which exstfs la Igovra-
ment foutat uatters become te r work
is scattered among three lndependeot
organilnoin. As I have recommend-
ed, all the tortet work of the govern-
nmett shonkl be concentrated In the de-
partment of agriculture, where the
larger part of that work sl already
done. The Canyon of the Colorado
should lw made t a national park. and
the natomi l park system should In-
dlude the Yosemite and as ,many an
possible of the groves of giat tree In
The veterans of the rt vl war have
a claim upon the nation such as on
other body of our eitliens pouesm. Th
penilon bureuui hat never In Its blatory
been managed In a more satifactory
manner than lis now the case.
C'enenlr ervlen,
Our consular system needs hupros'
ianut. Salaries should be *ubltltuteld
for feesr. and the proper elaslflcatlon.
gnradiug and transfer of conuilar of
flirers should be provided. I am Un
prepared to say that a competitive ny.
teut of examinations for appointnft'T
wou4d work well. but by law It shott u
be provided that conu* s should bI-
famiiliar, acollrdnitg to place for which
they npply, with thie Frnach, (uermna
or $t>ia!lib lsh ir'laga' silial Hlhiouli ptuf-
scR :taiinirint:t' wti hllai rthe" FtoutC'N
the I'liedI Slnie".
i Il tl..~sri:ab' to th'nct a proper na-

tI'iulIl qijlLni'. iti Ini 1
I f I'il yinir tlilt-iill' i tn o the' great
exltrivagiu 'e in rli:iiting mnd nlidingr
gkI ''r~riIliiwil$ tl ia ii ilt t h 11t .itit liltly
ptlre\ mr l it t i, ln ) a peiall
t) It f.i( t thait !>lt : ,"s tTwr I Ml iilma y of
ti' t lpubtiLatiois tr, priri.ut
Thei atintntimi tif ithe iiugrresf Smhould
ie .i',, ui!y gl i'u I ttie itrrl'ncy
qUie.-ti a1iid that il.' tuiting ,aniimilit-
t' ,li u tlia imattler lit thi' tw4't liouieat
cl irge, I within t e ulilt tia 1k up tin' mst-
ti r 4of mr ctirrinti v inl lme whether It
jiq nt't i',. ,ilh a to s-'4'ir' tn agr tm'itenit
in theiO ! w--hlii frr tlteriiig ta he
sp.. ti, '!t s illml miit if't. bli il con-
.li1< ;:L, .* .n of llih retir imenr t of
tII, a e.0' :;ne1 tl tIl., roIluilei O el f Mr
w'i j,. ti ir lnrivr jt y nI i liantl ilty"
-4 i .n ,: i vi s.1fety Evi.')y
i' > i d,,ii1 1 ,, unaa ile l"y litw r'e-
i I. I. ;, a l i ia lll in oplittio of (inh'
I ,< . ,
MT'rr!r nt '
I ,' .- , ,i at I t v iIr IntUticill
ui' r*"'". ,' '>l-*' s ".,'4,'i l'hlll'lhTt (1f (Nir
r i . .1 i' ,. .;:i s r'' legi
t'il :of1 4r

inr,:, -,
l I I n ur It'i r .i' t
l f .; '. ,1 i liiff' i" I
i l .i .. -" 'Tri r1 |r'p*tjr
lrif. i U 'A" w1 a I nst <

Silmiat tlo ea d Iatlerllballee.
to dealing with the qul tlons of Im.
migirtlon ani nuhtlraliait :II:v i Is in
dilpolan ble It k eIp ilin tr-c I I i,'er
before Stlilhe i1 .In of l L, il I, ,.'st.ire
tIn larttnl tI wIs li'lr i t ril f lr-
most, let l t 'tim lht.b r that Ila i *'-ge-
thin of beli;; A iot.'l Am iiie'r'n hai
nothing whliitver ilo d, with n itan'ii"
birtlhpllae l l; ll* l. llm r ItIt It hlra 1 i 1t
with this I rrvi-. In er"y ie'nar.aitlrn!
from tia' t*n:o StL I"vWsitientit w.!4
fonitil j .li i of f.--':n bIri h have
atood in the iery r rnoiiasti rank of
gonlt cilizensilhipi ilnul that not merely
In oline bill In every flell of AcTerlca
rll tIt ly
ilher' lq no dclianr of hl.ivlrig tto
latul y l it iiti riisili of lie rl-h t kind.
Wuit a1se aiti -lril'i of thil country
khholil l not be dEtLbai;i l. It li vitll that
we Il iilan 'I e Iigh th1e i rtldard of
S,'lt ,'i V.u: iIIt'an ;II" u l '.lhItIlvlarker

1.1. :.r, 4 in n 'tlwh e stI' l adardsl of llv-
Inl6 t il \-ill4 ll 'rsl (..l I ,t eullito M l
tla k iire '.u li thit tlley tet-il to lower
Ithe h l of t h* Alinterictlil wa worker.
uanl at u. e al l we whu lil not a dmit any
i:nt ~of kit unworthy Iyjw. Bihllarly
wae shull take the. greatent rare about
naturalliat 1m. "rnudulent uaturalisa-
tionl, tLie turullizitlon otf mprin
Twraotimn is a curm to our governinent.
and It is the afftlr of every bonest
voter, wherever born, to in that no
frnudulent voting Is allowed, that aso
fraud In connectlou with naturulaa-
tionC t permitted.
Revtlesl of e llatsUallI Iaws.
There should be a comprehenslve rse
viaton of the naturallutlon law. The
courts having power to natural
abould be definitely named by natmlo
authority, the tMtilony upon wtleb
natumallzatlon may be conferred ateold
be detflltely prealibed. publletiol oef
Impending maturilltuaton appltalmr
should be Ireulred In advrace of tb er
hearing In court, the form and word-
liit of all certlnratesa Issued should be
uniform throughout the country, lWa
the courts should be required to make
returns to the secretary of elate At
statled periods of all naturallatonas
Not only are the lawa relating to
naturalization now defective, but those
relttling to rltlitenblp of the UDlted
tntrl otiglit also to be made the sub.
Ject of selentflc inquiry with a view to
probable further Ileistlatlon. The pow-
er of the government to protect the In-
tegrlty of the electIons of Its own ol
clan In Inherent and ina been recog-
nizeod nnd aMrmed by repeated dec-
laratloni of tlih uprete court. Thrae
is no entwmy or frr government more
danarrous nnd none ao Inaldloso as
the corruption of the electorate. I rse-
omrniandi ta' enactment of a law direct.
ed nglitnst lrltnery and corruption In
frdenil eleh'tlonm.
DetlayS I Crlilnail Prl4eetolaMs.
No unlhje'ct .ie better worthy the at.
tent Ion of the congress than that porn
tlon of the report of thie attorney or-
eral dealing with the long delays and
the great olatructton to Justice expert.
en.ed In the ruseii of Bearr s, OGren
and (iaynor anal heuson. Were these
1uninled and mpc'lii cameS I habould not
rail your attention to them, but the dif- let ernocounterrd as regards the e
imen who hanve Ieie Indliled for crimnil-
untl Iprnftl'i .. re not exceptional. Th'y
fire prir'ilely imillar In kind to what
wctur.n !i:iulul tisl iqgntn in the case of
<.uiin'ut:t wiho lini Nuiflhlnt nmeana to
u'iat'l thi'ni ItL take ndvnatage of a
systru of p3r i nilii Ire wlilcih hna grown
up in tIl:. frl:':itl rourts and whli'h
imouintsl In ,-crt to making the law
eany of enforrmnent against the mnn

who bau no money and dlmfieult of en.
. forremetl, even to the point of sotne-
tlnes securing immunity, as regard
the man who hain mon y. At present
the Intereats of the innocet man are
amply safeguards, but the lntemsts or
the government -that Il, the tIteWmreat
of bonest alFnmhiltratlon; that ls, tie'
tntemsat of the prplp. are not w %.-
ilsed an they lmrtllol bei.
fThe psealdent dtiscesn the pmagre'.'
of the territorles of Alaska, Hawail
and Porto Ittem, wltth r(ecomendations
for chnllcesIi In ti' premtnt system of
goverilriaiit iof tile fr'l itrned. lie de-
slres ti iare aI dlrl-gnte' from Alaska In
congr'rfin. 1
fUre.i PoStellr.
Thl' n(et*:itly aili of liws nation. as of
all ran)Ipilightlitill ltllaon-, should be to
strlt- to brIliit g 'vr ill:arer the day
whei'i thetin itill tinItlll throughout
the world the' I'pea'a' otf Jultie, but
their -art kiadu m if pc'ie wilch are
highly udlllesliral h. vwhict are In the
long ruin uml dest rucliiv nas ay war.
The Kgml toi mt Iefore Iu" an a national,
thle gul which should te set Iefore all
mnniklil, in 11ir atttiliinmint of the
peHL,' ofl justice. 'of thei Ipeace which
icoinc n i li eali h ititiron i nott nrrely
*mafagu;rInl'lt au Itta wtn righltr, but
actluiltlusly rt- 'e sttfll'4 AInal iIrformsl
its duty tuiawlrd otirhe. Geerally
p.nce t ltlli for rigllte'sanema, butl If
there 1 conflict Ilwvwcrrit tIhe I w theu'

0 Gmlmjpm


-Shopping Days-and Chrtristmas tisb
is no r.e*oiil in the world why you araod
to, thu thirteth day to make your oUi

Gainesville Fui


rIader and ir ilirme of a d*
measure of amtreage ande ad
she Utbt da of Oktober by Mo
Jmlde of t lUsreits cours of sti
drMOo Ctrel iof trtwM. i 6d
Is areauIt f lorida, In ad
nasyaty, its a e*JfIs hasmaee si

i1eat We sui. W ee almwr. A.
N swa easta forshe .w s
w li nOessof for. t .ea s oS es, %0,
tore the oourn -bea door of a
ouaty. I thae 0 sWr of QalaaIvtUle .
Mosay. she anoeod daeri of amr, beM.o
twea thI taral brtn of sale. sha feowlIa
Uac or iad. lis and bel im wa Atloea 1
oouat. ad d .enbed fs tmuo :
sultbesk quarter of MltUella ater f
fleUo TWeantr 1e). To. a m l e F.
mia Twreatrylo ()) south *Ia M: st I
kLlf or kMmiikwe st uiarr (Iem als ares
oM io L J. Cap ro ) lto seeoUo Tweaty
IS). Towamlp Mie (9). Ra TwatV we I
(4 louth .I Ear; nSoutIh hal of l OptlltllW
iualrter of eltion Tlseay- seven If) Tow
hbp Nine 9). Rasee Tweatr-swo I( Soi e
aS raNt: West htlf or Stoulbwlt i| i I
&ad Ndwtlnasn quarter l of lmoalWat m Qr
(0). mrwe Twenhr-two (UP: Moatb haAt o A
hou tbesi quarter ad S rtemest saintW O I
Northeamt quartr d qaorthwem qlraiel o
Mortbeut q.artr mol fOteenlos ,ta i
T7wnwlIp. Nllm (. Rawm T at-ft I
(a): al softetl bair of Noea t < lr Pr of
"rtehIon Tirentyrle (0). TRom lp e La w
Itarne Twetyl-wo (l).
Tmrether with all .a rt ia'r tIe teUb
tmenut. beredlIlmaai ad aS 9 snw aaaflse te
the mame belosiitu or la aWirfle appmwwrl
Ina. Baid liads, or so .mui thereolI am !I
be eoemiary. will be moM to aUlaylr Md e-
cree of foreclosure.
.*.w*u Master.
Notiee In herebr Ilvem that Calvia town,
purvba er of Tax Certlelate No. alt daoe_ I
dair ad dv our July. A. I a 11. baI tll8I dM
certilentlec In mY onMer. ld ha made aIpll0a-
lion for lux a dc toIn iue ln aeeorlnoe willh
law. akti ertltlcalte embrurew tbh fltdowiL. r
dewrIld proiwrtrty dtuaied In Alachue eomn-
*. Florvid. towl t:
.. K:, of Nw of w4 See', 1. TI'. 11.31. In*.
The sald land einrwf iwfcMd at the date or
the LW'ntriee of .uch ceUlcate In the nase or
Mrk. M. A. Rummerr.
I'ridrwIkl d eerttlHcute shll be reldeeied so-
.corlllnv to law. tax deedl will hiue thereon on
the ftdl da of Jallnuarr. A- 1).l1. i"
Wltlau nrv ofrnelal 1.Irature and mal thi
the *.-th d s of November. A. I. LUM.
H. c. UII.KN N.
Clerk 4'ir*utt 'nuirt Al mrhuT Co.. ~la.
id 14'r *.. W'lrraeg I). '.

$1 )1'ICF.
'N tler l lr, t iob lIv ll t tli iLuter-
Iuntiil. ill'atxi lon *l4' ti dwhe llntworitlr J. T.
ml *i). IUIre nrf the irr' llt o'i art for the krbtb
Jiillhlal tOirouit orf 'Viiiiat. i thne Ir day of
Jttatrr. A.1 t> 1, '1 .a 1' artrr for Uplan-
u111c iiln AjMlI'.,i.&t ., i.l.t iht110-Ill AAs leSiMW O
I the hitrmlai'tr ..i41l i et teof llthe e1cho. -
iaon lieling f.r ic eli*lain k0t o a MinMmtal
A- |. q ... l- a I ek kl* or o iii r

It 5a


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B. B. Uulvamf lp.rM ,
R.B f-M^M.

- .i-- -.: TM

AMsktrrACTrMu .

m a uS? .'1L
9 J-tB

and Building i r

ICr~Lll~lrr I _~

cthiti. We 1tore free of charge, t
mals, any goods purchased for that wnmj. I
nw. stock isf complete in every detai
buying y,.u avoid the rush incidental to
shopping. In making your selectioa a it
natural that you will want something
gorod and not have to pay more for It
really worth, and it is quite natural
--- --- will come to a
liable Dla0e 4 to

YOUR this enwe ha
SId bst thI

Credit b
ICredit IMetE^

rounding couaitry. Weyoto
spectio of athi' n arty
ioS %1 ,

We buy that way an1 Wme''4U4
any onse of our many wM"W
surrounding country. We 7j





3;7~Cr~~Tb~~L;~: ~r:~~~ AI-

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dGor Onsal Inlbrtt Gsat-
4.r by Our Reortrs.


%espiendiaondl What is Going
TeM in Sher Paragraphs
)t @ Who Runs May e**d"

,auty S',,| -
a J. W. Carter of tMitani;py
the alIy dunday.
e's Wonndwrflil S~lvo for sal
w.M 3 n!itum & Co.
Si. yrito r of Mleano-ly wa. amonlo
lvidlom o Is~l eily yesterday.
Bleak of IHnKue wan, regis.
ai t the Brown Hulte S1iuday.
ia J 8. Ihupuis of Alehius wisp
einr viv:tor to ll.i cily )tester-

pqs Wwasl 'a usd Just er .1. A. .1
blad of Hague were trading in
itJ yesterday.
l.'me I. Orilm. a progreive elitzen
p water of Junelille, was trading

SusNis Ninety-Dar oats for tIle
pe pre berbel. O. Easutrlin,
Uptm iFla. i f
I lI t. Thomas of Willeford, one of
pvsin farmnoe of that eeallon.
i victor to bis eity Banday.
M. I$SMedoldewalk is belag laid in
tf she Barnett Block. ueat Main
t, which will make a big im-

eels, to Mr. and Mes. Itobert J. Hlul-
SOdy, nay a bounMin baby girl. The
with other friends, extends con.
li ae Hastings. a section foreman
the employ of the Atlantic Coast
i a Alacehua. was a visitor to this
ft terday.
i~sK Maria Striekland, the charming
rer of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. flriek
of Paradise, rwas shopping in the
S y-esterday.
Slattoae shipmealn are going forward
ply froms this eetion. The plant is
*lAaald handsome. and will no doubt
uihgo good prices in thle Northern
1 r 'Se.. A. V. Sadler lia gone to High
Ilerlag, having been summoned on
Mti of the illness of Mrs. Maggie
4 tUhord. who has been indiposed for
Santl days.
P Omesty Rurreyor Jame. Croxton was
In the edly yesterday from his honice at
Mietaopy. Hie was on roet to Ala-
iLmae, where le had been called on
Sprofessionsl bIusinesw.
a; Thla C. Bryant of Y ular is in the
ItSr hbaviong some for the purpose of
aeindlnIg the meeting of the Board
41 Oeanty Commisionlern of whisli
a is a member, today.
jlatL or stolen. near Kana|iaha or
BJil~r, on the night of Nov. :3rd.
I, is lr black and white spotted
Md, with dark face tinmed with

l; had on a collar marked Westl
Om A Coffee. lake Park, Ga. I
w pay a suitable reward for his re.
~a1 o me. L. W. Fennell. Irtilncs.
Fla. d2twtt
tMr. and Mrs Peter Waihinglton
lh hare removed from Tallahassee
VMaon, Ga where they will In fu.
relsde, M r. Stubbed having decided
O aInto business in that city. lie
for some time engaged in the drug
a.1 t Tallathsee. but recently
of his Interests there.
I 'e rif F ennell went yesterday to
tton, where le took Walter Ballard.
young negro convicted of larceny
O*Bton from Mr. MeKinney and sen-
In Justice Stokes' court at La-
to nine months imprisonment.
f'e were three charges, and the
Mes.4uer was sentenced to a lne of $1)"
e tS or three months in each crse.
.'':kr. oad Mrs. Allan liaile are ;:i the
i. uet of the matter' brother. J.
1P. Sll. The miany friends of Mu.
I ill regret to learn that shI is in
delicate health. As soon as her
hr will permit Mr. and \lip. tail. -
eke up their residence at Ala-
Mr. Haile having retired from
a at Live Oak. where they have
Wiiding for the luat two years.

AuM rNte visitors from imt of tow u
Sthi city yesterday were Mr. and
WLi. U. Hasue of thel airlinn hr

f.l ty It. rt Iv A ,
*Ih(b| pt| e ilS e i re:) ;
31 W4jTiai 4is A V

, iltlli+ 41 r Ite i J"We

btlanlless yesirtT h
W, \ V '. ,f I o It.
3)* trolsr ) hit ur;atIt 1'
aisll eI Icl

a l i 1i,1 0 f t
this ity y*st,-reay.
f.1 V. ilhainsp u4f
Willnt ,ir lli bll w ret

3l. Turner of t1ee Inpi
WV. S. JsrLs',. sit la

ihg business i t lhii, ei

the city )' .. rday (
nectid a i::. t:,e 'iitl
h il.v i' "- oterd .J


Is A. Htf iut, fuar
"I 'uaci. I' '1 em r:*
in tw yptirtn tly h
an agreeable call.
iV .1. Mattlhewi of
the best ten of the
was in town yesterday
fltce an agreeable ea
lMie Winle Tucke
imW. BenJ. F. Duke of
is visitig Miss Tuo
were shopping In the
Among the tIfigh
men who fevored Ga
visit yesterday were I
land. A. ,. Summers
H. W. lWaier of I
Brown of (irinve Park.
Lake View and W.
Taeoma were visiltoi
P. (;. lamwy of W%
the city yesterday.
attend the regular mn
the Board of Countj
of which he is a mem
-. IL. Johnsonrof I
(i. Dampier of llaXu
yesterday, having cco
their respective static
ing of tlhe Board of
~.eo. I. Smith of
Newborne ef Newt
proofs of their homes
United States land ol
The Hun acknowledge
from Mr. Smith
T. It Bennett of I
the oldest and b. st
northern part of the
town yesterday and 11
agreeable call. lie re
in Rood condition.
Oepnty Sheriff Joe
T. .ielendon of MacIl
olty yesterday. Mr
to market a number
which hIe sold to a
chant at a good price.
J. II. Merchant, bo
Sun. who has been
lIonie for the past six
illness,. was able to I

short while yesterday
delight of his many fr
Beginning Tuesday
M. M. Hartman. assist
and Proctor, will b
meetings at Forest (
Haptist Church Thesc
isl to be very s, cees!
iti is cordially invit
hear the (lionpel preach

Mobile, Ala
Pr. E. W. Hall, St.
Sir: Htaring tried
and their renedies fI
fur back and kidney ti
nothit, g successful ia
'exan Wonder. I all'
ery. and. being rapidly
saying with railroad
bless the man who inv
man sleeping car." t
hles the*' illsvu' (r I
wondere r "
M A It. I:. Co.,

(One small bottle of
der, Uall's Great Disu
kidney and bladder ti
gravel, cures diabetes
sions. weak and lame
tism and all irrneular


WglSAn: Mrs. ,t E. Dorsey of .8ratingham. 1
,o A arhua was Alas who lsme been In ahi city onma a a
'*rday. vils tu hrr nievir, Mr. EO J laird. O
.u. was a w.l. departed y,-i.,rnly 1'or lVinter is.r.
- L .i uee U. lst den, wh.re1, : will -:1,, Ir LEMOn a EUIw y
4as the guest oir Itr, I t6.tlsrr. A. Ia.
1. was- in tiun well-. urLATE.A THr ib W
ho Bur, an agree. The Mord r rn aWoiLsen of the Wirtl. LIK,
the new order rretntly Intlltt4 d liAre', KTOI M (H m
l. ia ,nave ton ia e t rtirnbers a ru t *atnjtvshm,' BOWELi @@MIT
If fisut 0nond of
J aoyster ,utI;r ondaiy reueiInU. alb KID.NE9 o^.
ig the visors to
Sth visitors t it is Idie to add was enjoyed.
There was a good crwud present ulpon Tho ltvepnlr of tlie famous "TlI1 CR. W
Wade and C( H this olasion. a RElf II ,L CILAP a mn known w hewr-
Sin the, eity on Attention, i called to the adverti eve ltows are d and e d,
mnen of Joseph Zapfl, JackLsoville, *r*- I ve MoLItvs u;uOu "o v,
t. 'i a s d 3n j which lapears elsewhere in tlli llapwr. K.IXIiit ft u u r I, ears W lar
y were trairsact- Mr. ,Zpf is distributor of the* cel.- family fr thoe tPomhb. Mver a M &l
ty. t st rday. Pirated produce of the Anheuser. Huseh se". an )d Il tt isem rae Ie of t eseI
hsWm if male It Is Is1ohs a w "s pe
Ih $piriigs wasi in Brewing Asooiatiton, while are lre- Ile evir enIsd. It s Jimo uss aew
n business con* nowirnd throughout tlhe entir 1roulntry mn I ui4re, ave re iS isla i --
i d Stater laud of- fur their purity and Pweellrnv )nomemne ura**m y vn orktnAN. wkl d
04A sR u$N. r to wu. 6CM 4 b" 0L-
G. H a.Seotield, a, enterpristn aer- war wtvemLreit M sl.l.,. mL I i
,iOe' White of chant of Bell. was In the ciy yufer.- TrKIItEJ. preddeta AUins si w
i'as trip' ti this day and made The Sun a pruitlatile Co.. Atasta."
-ir home frter- call Mr. ihofeld states rrat his see .
tion hls enjoyed an exooprionalljy fine I LE'S LI101 E L W
uiliarly kn1Iwnila season. The farmer have as a rule ue 1
.;: of BHll, was made* ood erope. money is plentiful, l '
nid iade The tun and everybody is happy and oontenteid. New Grocersy to .
Prof. and Mr.. J. F.lks and J. It. mersnon. formnely a meeLes
Trenton. one of daughter have resumed from Areadla, et Kirkwood, and who Wmas nvry
Western H.erve, where they have been for the pst few meelol It boulnes then ha d f
y ar.d made Uili days. Mrs. Fulks has rented the o open I *lsoery San Is o
Il. Pearee house, East Libersy street, and ud~ r. 1iSeIS. I U tJ r
r of Roehelle and will eoodnsstmensa boarding boneo. poed o ha ei k it u KEli4 aI i
Iunnelloo, who Iis one of the most emmeodklo, as the lteatlo of metla i *t:
iker her lier, well a most de1mrably loead khoees llIe.
oily yesterday. in The ey, i an oder the able diSe m ? owe wmre tll be l
Springs busine tlon of Mrs. Fulks will o doubt enoy We lao Ila n seOl
iinerville with ana Ine eso". nmoS er ,tk 1 t"W .Isl
Dr. Wri. Bother. De. K. A (I. Goldstein, the "famousS @ol pewm ~ ei"
and M. A. IA ens. oprtie 10 p llts of Louoville, Kir., eiL and ai Io de1bt4 i L
have arrived la the city, and will have see0asel tIed. ,
llawthorn, R. C. oMe at the Brows Hoose for a few
. F. Paullingof dils. Thee gantlemes need nolntro O LT EtT
V;. Itlehardon of duetion in this State, sth ey have
Sto Glluvillo been for years reg ular winter vieitor
to the more important elties In orl. 2 f
da. They enjoy the reputation beo t. Optic Rm I f I
aahootwt ainil mon lthe finest In the profmion, ry Irr I
having come to and never fail to give perfect satiaste.
nthly meeting of tion. 're, Goldsltei will be pleased to V IDI m a I r na
rCommissioners, couuls anyone suferlng from dile l aPse Os ,
tber' nd or Imperlfetions ol the eye.
wthorn and h in in recognitioa of the meris of the O : L s h r
e were in the lly Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills for the re*- r &
nme to represent lle of headsehe and pjin, to whieh p I ii
ins at the meet nearly everyone Is subject more or
County Commis- less. arrangement have been made
whereby ,the Ir. Allies Medical Co. will
Donnie and Noah fruish a trial peekage of theee won-
erry made final derful little kablets free to the surtnlr.. hI
iteads before the te of this paper. Any reader of this
fice oh Monday, paper who is gubjeel to aehes and pamis
Sa pleasant call of qny kind bay avail shameelvee of
this free sample by sending a postal 1
enrd giving their full address, and men-
sCrosue. one of toning tll name of this p paper, to the
citizens of the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
county, was in APSwra Thwrldaye Daisy 6u.: iioueiea t:o
lade The Sun en Walter Thigpin of Rocbelle was in snb a eea I4 tihey.I
sports his section town yesterday. ene suln prfteetly; SItuing theI* qe fl i &
Miss Mary Manningiof Micanopy rwas and elr, th presei et
Fugae and W. whopping in the city yeeserday. Ithe e se. I lllami seSd '
bu were in the James Holder, the merchant of Ro. and lMtnsmeats are wsed.
Foaate brought ohelle, was in the eity yesterday. Phyellem n pes ally arse ie luosd -I
of nne turkey e e e ndal and ivgInntlgase r m ethods at pwS eiii
'fineville merk Choies PIrymouth Hook white oook. oorreenla errors of retffaetiO. MUiay ag f o L
ane lle me role for sale. Address C: IW. MaDonl esaer of headache, neuarnlle, nemro n
aid. Rocky Point. Fli. dl-w4. needs. irrtability. iunOemaia vrti w.

okkeeper for The ;rover Allison of M einopy. a luo- newest prolf lrn a the dei t1 p
confl.ud to his easeful lumber manufacturer, was in d efsea ve tiiof esed by an Loftde. r
weeks by serious the city on business yesterday. mal earTature of the oorsear crystal*
be up town fore Born, to Nr and Ars. Hirvey lens or to sn iraN relarity II4 the
y, greatly to e sa nrer oll media of the eyes, isasS .l-
y, gre tlynd. to th lteinsn wednesday morin. relieved al 0oc upon the appifltbs C~I
ends fine nine*pound girl. Friends extend of the proper tlae. Ni"y per Ila
Deo. tev. congratulations, of the people over 40 yea r i se --1 m
ied by Ites.Hartlmes.AM00peret otf the a i",.
ein a series. s ofrl II. C. Ftevens, the jeweler of them or distaee.
in srie Springs, was in ihe ity yesterday. He Ulases sare not always give to is W .
Uirovea Mtinsionary was en route Ifrom .acksonville, where pr eyesight: but to relieve oldue Ate ....
* meeting pronm tflnis-in Short to a1mis metans, i '
ful and the pub- he has been on business. thousands of eyes aremiln ed eti S
ed to attend and S. L. Turner, a progressive etizen of Seven prees out of stm oo an elshr will e ibe l
bhaed. the Micanopy section, was transacting ees iute. and one out of twent AL Th M
business in this lty yesterday. Mr.i got ehe te .rer atest.r m.
HIS. Turner is preparing to erect a cotton station l ee0i to 1 f 4gar i i ll I. 0l" !
SIhouse on hie property. and came to may exist between the rvframeti of i del ( .
Dec. 24. IWS. purchase material, the ey.
Louis, o-DearOptical slietO e has made rapid ad*- LuOtOn 0 L tH
is, Wo.-er C. Smith. oct of the progressive vanaee with the lost few year; th
dilerent doctor truckers and horticulturists of Taeo- orreet adoptloa of speetaole boh o u 'm, l
)r several years m, was amoug the visitors to this, cme a diatilNt profeliot. The optl w
roubl*s. I found eityyeterd. Mr. mith ha one of cl bwho tho u nsntendsa hs le,
nirl taking Th the hndine and moat pro n e ali s u y ta iAtn Sus Vu g
a is(;ret isov.the h glssf hse mostaprolific Ifs helassesfor his euAtoet he Il
y eured, the, old, orange groves in this section. and is treatingwith a most delicate and pro- VenmiLt*1ip* o.
men i., "Iiod already shipping handsome fruit to the eious organ, where the llghteet enror le, whklh Olt
wanted the Pull- Northern markets, for which he re may result seriously, while if he does f loi oN
Sl.od e goodhreturns, work well he not only gives ear M
of latl r ex as rort nd ease to his patrons@l, but IA,
Yours truly. The family of H C. Cato, formerly many nlstaner restorme the asght. J. A i ..
B. 1lA: of North Uaineosvlle but who has been pei l enhold b falen In e t. s k ..
leolini the first pair orspecaslie, oar' of W W 3. amS fl-
oaile Aia. -residing in Alaehua for some time, has shoui it be attempted without the aid MJ,1 ,.t
ONDER. removed to 11Hih Springr. Mr. Cato of a responsible optleian. i moet Or I t ..
FONDER@ has been In ill health for some time. important lh91thrt l lNene shnmtllb bea of 3. W. R. iSSi
ou rately entered lsid uf ttelbeeb qual- 8.; WalterI,'ge
the Texas Won- and is now at Thomasville. Ga., where i ly and the fram me ul made Wtaathe lo t 4Oe.
covery, cures all he is with hip son. Tain H. Cato. under wearer look di r-r ly through thet eea. Irbr ls. Oa (
roubles. removes treatment, F'riends trust that ihe will ter. (lasc nr'rely fitted to the foae o t. .
. seminal emis- soon recover his normal health. Become an armament as well a a no- W. 3. Mltr- iy woNl
blks. rheums f Cesity. Iell to the Otwd l
itis f rheum il . h 'hif. r of Windsor sales that Fitting children with spectacles a B. Dlo.Dlaml... a.
it mes of the kid- .. ...-" ..-.- -.

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