Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 09 15, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02265
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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XXI NO.' 1 iAINESVILLE, FLORIl)A. T I'SI)AY, EPTEMBER lo. 1904 TE CJNTS A W11K1

MAINE REPUBLICAN BADITS HOLD UP IN TE rENT HINO

WIN STATE ELECTION '' ; ROCK ISLAND TRAIN " "l.g FIRE SIX LIVES LOST

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WilUliM Cobb of Rockland Is t ,. .' -.... I- S f Diown a hld iyw tiat itu o tt ,ii i) n f Il co)t IV otr d In ro '
Ohonen For Governor. ,,*. . ,. Sw. Cutca:ts Socured d. hl rt,;. v.' ; ,or. 0 tUon ef Mew York.
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Spa~ < \\.! t >,,"> lt;l< r > wa%., jiti, birirn ing his
Returns Indicate that Democrats Will P.pa ,.,.. P i ti, 6 .m, Owl- hot inin Callhed M e .. Thn. Twn n..p....W. -
Have Sivacal state Senators, Where ADMIRAL GQODRICH ACTIVE., fod is H d L by Seven Bold at.,,ltin ti fact that a New York Aslp in the old t
*e They Now Have Only One-Gain 1-- lipa r all o acalAet el the pret A. t J '
Mowvnj Witht. Viaor In Case of Rus. Bandits. Who Terrorize Passengers dI.,t lt.ca, l, |1, hj aeilpted.l hol- Remarkable that Lo"e t (l is W0 '.
Also in Hous. of Rlepresentatives. sian Transport Lena, .nr .Rife E-xprece Cal. orry lnitII,'...r i.. ,t.. Brotl rhood Not Qr lpteo ...
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LIttle Change ReportI In Situaton atlon p ctl tatd aha;t thla l.ans we, una ;ta t .. 1 ,T it in .' ht tand Ieirom egd by will t6t loaI & r .
at the Front. aqah.,stla aliy in t,, <.' rf ,.pai.. that I. t tih ppl, l l tha t. rit h~. .twhi and begrmmed b' ..moke ad dl tsu A pots t o ( aSn iM n ,-
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posti An tinttlaur 1f1thr.r ftoltow. d. g Tlrra ai tothi, t aleee Mail,

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hen-- --a a a tf iaf t fia ;'of pn f t ha m ltign t tar .at na t rman of th i Charged With Murder W i f MhuTrdt In r olleddropI tiown the .tal
China Japan' Al.y. ,', o,.<.py no : ,, t than elh tra I ur,.hc p1t., ac'urat d Rowan County. W ltal ei teted man. Thrh !aep*
8t. Poteral,,Luar', t." I :lt- 1: a n>at ', t l,.: te ra i t'.. t Th+ rit. r.art that ('nitino' tru pl, ar. a ;.ttinta Pi'.>'tr. i'" >':l d thi:a t ia'a .... ':4 ta It' I, th a1tpinhn tthel ,r1 r, ,,tilion, In theltf Ihot.o n 1 is arm TI
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a tl adding: ia' t.'nll ar , '' ha ,i h. '. I,' 1, '1 11 ,, 1r hls ri I t lrr a faorm vl(, ha, ttrat ,d sid iale ot, hIldren wfe talked i t. '
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iunloatfion In iitl ,."a w ,l.. r. ar R ,1 n n w, f ni weat whosa fpsllhfer wabe r Of iretcut "Ita b1 Oat. e ro iplll tS[e
lChleie troop" 1-l' m, thratn,,l.i n a' i ,c u:U+,. an,l lal ar : at Mutil.,'nei. WhIte brother .._who lived at | C 1n,t .iamta wre c ontrolled .tthe o
etaxilarlea of the Jtaanetef an wt h., n;,aiar,,! ialtr thf,. t.ort of Red Lantern Stopped Train. cord, went to Hherill's hais(, I1 ,tot lor.d aIX dead. Tbhey Were :
* an h1s Jepanete armly thas .t, 'iii", tha i, rr trr of Fa. I : last t I.ale It by t' ratlt Inoa l aty No. I is a wae 1 onty, shortly after daybreak.l Old# IKC ovitolht ,
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free al the atr itl+, ,if t ,. tr. itral t g. ll I a W a rp Ocarve l xa.ut.' whire a went lonlde. when th"ey eah they want Tw ,eldmn ofthe K n0 ltphc i
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maust hltterveb.' t) slv CIhItia w.'hat Irn th, haitl ,r, ia, e. a,.I lae 1r to <14 tht track and iti i'attait']y itnppd harll was Miuarmdr4, The sttle n
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Itel by the Phlornlata ',t ot hIa a'. \112 r- in ,~ ty, It" ,tit|hnti A' f" tate ata, a tr i l ai'a' the aldi enragil atnd wta itia .ing t n ester states Wednesday norag.
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Thea ResI State ieny, whieb he
sllqth w elt y an p l iotluesllthe
nit, iy d soa I e, ed. t*o ne andeiet.
]0 oailI dasoni ,rb **i'y e number of
tie tsa+ this e tlia hai never been

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i^ ps gi, e flaul l^ tesnfor marelous

C; hse ,L, h ils5 Curie, felos. "l.
i" gglV ^ rM ,lac' ai >=n, feversor es.





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SBold by All Drawglls*

PR P Q tOSKETT'S ViRWS.l
Wold Net Qve Plerida for All Surope
Ind Part of Union Thrown ll*.
LA et.qt f pa.t Wr. A,,, .7 ,oekeU.,
diate4 eton. beAt- iuforMation that
"h egpeolt so sail from new York for
hiea on Friday, thle tllh nst., and
will leaoh his destination the dres of
the omliing week,
Lft oahkeUt hsia)uit returned from
Srtrp .to Europe, hi ild ha me,, but
*eaolerlw his letter with 'he *tat.
mentthiat be would not tlve Florida
for te whole ofl Eiurope with the East.,
*mn ttatesot the Union thrown in. "I
amo omIllKa baok to dear old Florida,
ny adoptedd home, Where I will be
soatOnted forever,-raid whlvre I pro.
pose to live and die," was his eon-
eldluhg remark.
Fieudsi of P'oft. Fosktt will be glad
to larne that i future lie will appre,
tlie Florida more keenly. '
Sour 8lomach.
Whben the qianitity of food taken 1s
too large or the qualityy too rich, sour
stomach is likely to follow, atid espe.
eallyt so if' ithe digeleon has, b en
weakened iby oonstipation. l Hilow.
ly and not too freely digested food.
Maticate thu food thoroughly. Let
Elve hours eliapse between m.eals, and
when you feel a full an#jd weight
in (e rtt therti he o tuniaoh after eati.,
Il., i lke 4ltailrriai i'a $lotcii ahd
Liver Tablets ailtd the )irlstomach
mally be avoided. For ,al by 1i dtug.
Riskt. _______
Hooked *,10-Pound Shark.
*lM ',irrl ,l ("iY, .N C.; ? i, t.' It ,
The latr st tunari ever l, 4d t il.4A t"lhl
placo ewwi caught a few Ilay t alg, by
W Clark, of Citiit tiioin, 'n,,,ad
it weighed 4t8 lpmisi. T0i8h titin.
muith manneater was'towed in to the
wharf,. tind ia to be tlftk'd fram the
water witi a te(rrifk. lie was caogftt
with a (teet boop attached to a helmp
line., and breaks the reoril n polnt
of stlZOi for anythitng of the lilndevOe
cau !i{t on this coast.
What iM Lfe. .
n tihe last analysis nobody knows'
,but wo do know that It i iuder strii3t
I. W jI- li. --ite-ll g t ily,
pain results. Irregular Igriivg naisi
defrangieieti of the 7lgadRti resltlting
It ooS tipaion, headathc or liver troti-
lit., lDr, King's New l.ai, o Pillst iqiok
lre.adjusrt tls. It's glntle, yet
ihoroulh. 1,ly c 2 at all druggists'.
I 'i'ii.-..:zer Ccweni Arr.t.ven
a r "r .'*. Ir, i lt iI .--i,'i. Pr,,, A!,t .i ,
*r. i> ti li.d ittie asi h'>r i
S hoW had l14 '>. eitI Jeill' ?1e iii'
the y'itnacof Vt'hiifsi tI htl .t18vn piar.
W M ''1, '* 1, * 1 . 1 ''


f'.'lm4tlSY IN COURRQOM. ,
Matn'a Threat Cut ac Result ef 0ad
^ ,; t. .' Itlirm ,
'(Iin, was rcel'vtel liee tif p dIea'll
feght a a Jit>'1.;**, ti i tlit teiehono
dilarlrt, +if thi7 itaty, at unltiraldy.
It t, l'S1"t tlin V' Carter and
atir Ml ltiuahld, clt!t I it of Ithe 1 ltrlc,'
ve .l-e l on hadl I rings ftO' Iome
flnlTf-, ild t'i t' t:', r!rA, ptf a.raKt,,
S.i ,,h,tct'ih ii fr; er was Int refted
tiailtilt t'he latUr, Mci;4 warned
Carttf not ti vie'ar to f :'rtaln tIfings,
threaT nli B hiiil: injairy.
(l'tSV r e e f n I" 't' ;" t lir t lmtan d
T avrid i~i'e hl 't irny, mhertrlpom
Allthii!l kit i > Nlil to 2ti$# ve iprang on
him wttllh, i Caati44 It t'il o n0 severity in.
* ju.rt I 14 ':iay ,lj,fror.ii' ttoe w ,upl .
Alabhsma Coporaim in Weds.
ii'ihqtiin r.Mv, AR. 'ept. II--mCo.
grle *.inu t \( I'rtiotl.w J eol. rf t( h
Ult h A'ai tina li,.ur'.ct, wis mAtrri.'
In. ANi ,V.,i'e4. N, C'i. l i' i1 1" ITrtha
Wos'lo aril, i.ilit1ti r of ,1. f. JW)ood
wr oonipany., an Alaeiita-iaillllonalro


A Boy's Wild Ride For Life,
With family aroun4 uipecting hi;ti
to 4ie, nd t aeon 'rif Yt "for life', 1
mls", to get Dr, KhiR' New lle)e>,v'e
for conlnmption, coughs and colds.
S It. Brown of Leesviln,. hitd.. ean
dared loath's agonleloi framii athina:
but thii wonderful nmedicine gave in.
atatil relief ad soon' urged him. lie
writes: "I now sleep Isondly every
night.". Like marvelous tires of ,ion-
0umption, pneumonia, bronachiti(,
couglih and colds and grip prove its
mitithles imer4it for all ihixt and
ling troiilles*. guaranteedd boi Ilee's &I c
and *, Trial bottles free at all drug-



tci 1nnt (' C f '1, < ' ;. !: '
was t. to an anrhort, ff tIhe
ftail0 Irn Wn lt s CotI( toj > ; t:' l.. na.
later !' ti PatIl Jinl v.n as rlnf+rc'',i
by a -,hlam launch from that nMaril,,
lcedI, In charge of of lhlhtli|an I;vue.
with an arntuid crew of fAir mnarni'-i
w lth .,t, ut nlrlelA, ; inml l'll t f11'? ; ;k,
anmiu iUhi4 on A, irf-dl iy t1, i! tit.r;'
as a I ;e i;,l ntr,1 h tio illt ia l
Jonestf wil l,'Op a ip,'! ;. l t' fvI
thb l.enia t a c.ng na i nr.,i : o t't
poert to 'eu. tliilat t'hr te' ite i; ;y Ia '-
a'xe rigidlly tlorcedj'o boLt, fir an;
agalni ib hr.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitatec.
SUeh., in brief, was the condition Od nit
old soldier hy the name oif J. .T. iHa
vens, Versaills 0. Fur yiars hie was
trouled with kidney disease and neith.
er doctor nor medicine. gave him ra.
,lief. At length he tried hl-'retrio lit-
terl. It put him n i his feet in shOrt
order and io.w he tlttlil ; "'I'ni )i
the road to temillpete recoveryr" list
oni earth for liver, ad kidney tron-
bl'e andl' ll forut iofA tonlilaclh and
bowel C tiillaint. t nly *'i, iinar.
antleed by all druggists.


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k 1. til t:ltor viulr--eanon o! d
S \ <' lT &?llhly3'' l' frlt euttilh,. ljt, h ot iC
th in iL off Ilui ar.uti ; Il. i<,ui
4 v" ilv w kep you li g4'od t



For Sale by Johnson Bros, Gaine vilt .

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FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS

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Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Strvice
Tn.h Tftle iin eett ) e. pt. .i, '
Depart For ( .AIN .VILL I.E Arrire
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Daily medatei' Poir.ts U ,eiy
l :4P PI Otals,, L ..burg anid r lampa, id i to
l:'aiiy !'atrwiitth e I',inta Ilil
:+;<.* 11 Il ;i ^ .5 ia. Z'aytuna, Jackiontdll'e, I ----.)1p'
aily N',rth, laat sn W iti
1 1 i High iSprir.g, \Wayero a, aTniinh. ,trunwr i 16p
Daily Albany, At;asta all PoiK t 3 ortoh, iast 'Wit I)aily


3:lCp m
alily


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3 5 a :20n
ex'.Monday ; exa t'Ql&|
Interchhazneable Mileage' tickets. good over Im.i miles of among the p
oipal railwaysin the Southern States, are on sale1 by the prnilipal agent.
Through Pullmni sltvelt r Port T'nipa to New York, via Atlalit C0
Line; also via Atilantli COait liie and t ojotlhern Railway.
For complete Information. call ion
J. A. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Galnesviile.
Address s:
FIANK C. BOYLSTON. Com'l Agt.. W. V). STARK. Trav, Paif. At
1388 W. Hay st.. .Aitr l'nillinn. Jacksontville, F!a.
H 3I. I'MERSON' T'raft Mf,, W. J CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Aot.,
Wilmington. N.. WiClningtonh, 0.



The SMART SET
A Magazine of Cleverness
i'.t M I i ea';' d3Md <' a weel.-! f'' ; r im':
tif ti *e rilr. io ni p i : a:u! ie;'ft a,. t i,: .'l t ;;;! r' .ra:; .; r. ', 8 otr5l
of Tli. Smart Uh, teI
Most Successful of Magazizes
Its iVt'ls (a on ,lt oit i i .a'!;' :i, r arc t ty e .. r ';a t ta
Oimnr i f lI.Iui h inifipliereiI.,
Ito alih rt itor;ts are !nate l, -h -e',ai iil itt l t4 I t; inat irtt,?r' t. I
Its poetry covering th eitiaih tl;t.i of v.,r -;tliiih i,', (ii,,r, t.nider*
nc-n- hby' the inoti ii06t lar otl, tMen nirl tfn.tr I. el.
Itl jokes, itticitnia ;t.tch>,t., or alnitteC .ytl ,,, o.t rh-r
vouking.


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.t-i ,' ; .: -- t'" 't1 if
f i t lt .* ," ',Mi ;I.< .' l it l ii ." he l| i c l.i ,
(City I ea'.. ...I. ; Ius, with t dllgi, o" .T, I

Emergency Medicintd. J


It is areail n'pne't'hiiee' t,) 'let .
hIanid relfiabli' remedieis fir f to hr .:si ,
of a etidestt astd for slightly itiar,, t il!
esalla t A imi nimn i t


that is fast b'evninhia favtrilt, ; oput
ali heeeholil ie'lssitly is I'hutintneriAt's
aih alin. Ily applying it prirutlt ly
to a at., bruise or iiirst it allays the
painand causes iijiry the b theal it
about one-third the. time usually re.
qlu)red aidl al It sl an siatiseptli it pre'
vents any dainsr of blhtd poisoning.
When Pain Iatals ii kept at hand a
pain nlayl'e treated before liniamin
mationtse in, whll'h i intres' a quick
relief. F'or ale by aiidru git, .


Ion


Pages Delightful Reading
are wa h l (r c heapl ilit r t i i, ' dIe' di.utu .! .. ,
will Intert-stt, liarm inl and tfrvh yo)u.
w--2, r'r year.. l.u;, it in a ,,. r ,xI r ,e to er,
ter to Til: tl4T S.I', i-12 FiI AielusII N, Ne I llrk.
Samiio Co ies Sent PFre on Appl ication.



.OFf TwO TROU A NES..




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tgomery a nd L-t& N. orDixie Flyer ThrCugh
Atlanta end Chattanooga.


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v or reervatins t dlhformatllon arp tt A nts A. V. L or writ-
FiAgNK CC il0 LAttCL 'i ,At .,eW, : 1' STAK- Tras" qs. A- t.,
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l R P Cmpls, rashes, ec$emaT
bol edadhenervousfiets,
I t-these are some of
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I"YEARmOLO SON RURAL. REE BY'ERY[ w*
D EA-YD-D ....... VTArf A
WOUNDS HIS FATHER inAY BE.ESTABHIS

hriou ,CQutthi Aft:ay ear avorabb Report on Petitio At'- i l
nington lTuesday Afteruool.' rives Fro, Wasidpgtosn. I
pOY MADoR HIS ESCAPEt i ia PETITION I W N S0 W THE BIG S ORLE.
Fel.oe. a!L o t ill '' iUw
cause Wlilliam TruLetdell Atienw pted to lau tia.lt j t ,. tis k i n ~) 'l, I Ald W ill lIe Acted Upon Ii R lar . . '
Ci saha ise His Elltitlgee.Year-Old Son hul %I I ,'t u yy s)otteui: t Iv thl,. l tHllira I r Turn-Route W;ll Ii clude Paraise, ,

a::::::t' tee'=e ''EL ORT !a O MINt !O OUIa SeI
I iteg u W il liac 'rue ed ll. W colordi w h r I i ..a t ,, f W t ,ns., le, ta i., A tl a a I. 'I In-tha ta ro i .
farmer forty*twp yvari of age, who re- fre i a p'ct te f ii br.i' hit mte ou of 4u 1 c oniatry 1. Ilhin b id enjoy kle l Ie.
nide a nIer Jenaim ltui n tlitn mi lel l wes t i lI ,a :. et ,a a .I el have th, lts of a rural frev n;;l delivery for
of lhiSe l ty, reprinmatetdcd his alightee orn-i r.. r t e k fa I.i, Iee
year-old son, William. Jr., for Solanu recum mi.e l i it t, ell li l.jld-> e td a ,kr. i uro 11r so leon-K.
let of which tiht father disapproved., ert, et eriv at e i. t is t tWkeit 1.1-' l'e lomtatetr f r Ar Wo wil i 'Iha l ice "A'
the boy assaulted the senior witli a ccal te, tair.etlio.< iee l n ta fmluii spirit thlih lwy, elcaraoterrix ir In ni
t ueda ot ril, it ill o: ,tt .le l l' wtHt't'i a hil In ll i hil oaiteial as well ai 'priv ate
Ugly wound whliolh hllmcot completely htark llotel, r eenu life, in M e l' i ',, resent year herfor. VI
*dilewmbowledhin, iei' warded to ti.e deplaritann' at .WH asl-
SFrom thie bhot liifornmation obtaiina- Painfi aswellwlinP i tihe li .,,. red ernp" ington a | etitionie, giaed by neore than a t it h ti uit a l atog kof the Milupner DrJIM Gtoods
Ile, it appear that tlhe elder Truedull tlet uIpol te skill, e ill the lc oa c ili OIne hundred alitl lilly Citizen ll agiOIK I V V n od "ther oovetle;-mnobreilng Embroedertl all pt.
en red af ealtherd r vrp d tO,~ ete.d e e 'l r'ti i te le route, aking tLalt i rural route ae tW r nd wn i thlh.Low.sQuartered Sheol for lI adis M"f
,;to tehasslotllte st ll, w)ho ; ale i suddenly in a nti tet fe r lthe a.ful r 'lir t It etL vil ara entleinen, and otli'r gtiltod whih will 'be oeiaonablo for tsovoe l i
upon hims whit tle tiftelarity (f a 'tiger, attack 1.1 a d .ttoy a .t t th 'e t meL.W Ileni. ingto", i, ttlledtge aad inter* wAke yet, W'e Intust relt rid of these goo4 la oilrde to mlak ipe o
and before Ikyonle wad aware he had S s. c, e' ll .eth or hl t itt ret8t rie L y I r lte 1 it for our Fall and Winter lite. If you have not boruh, eiioirw i 'tt
peormcd hic work. The boy'* m.ohr.rr upfc it lile'. \ e.f t t n d, striking the A 1 ti me io take fdtaa of thae ridioulous prioe. w are inlkta m t toke
interfered when lie mule a second at- fa e. e>i. i l ui eti re vt trreeeeeroa nid-way between that p|aje. .c*'o t le
gtecipt to intilot iejiiry,. wiena he eseasped pe hI >ok Oilin ll lc I n ri a fno hl*a I op o I t
through a window an1 hIR not belacn tie S.y iopt tar'ls 1icilagie aciol ;e a little itmplatiolt at
seen sieee tedelay ila reply fracn 1,1 depart. The Great Weight Eid. . IvI. /
Dr. R. B, Ayer wtl suimhine nied frotmc ir iaii o.; Ut at W ashingtonll Postlat r Ar-
tlhI. city Mcd weet te lI:*e relie. of tile etec.es, lie illed nmow wriote Senator Jan. P. TIaliaferro a i Always deides any point at issue. The putblle i s rye ja ,1
wounded man latl T lesday afteroo,. rfree. Our ph i- irmil letter li tilt pr isesy if saiy whioh lis delidedhthiate.lit l*ar ls Sy taeve it*hr|d dallngt Ie l,
H u fn u d tl> pai a .ufferin cia ls adv i i l flree ,t ln mtde. frw weeks are bargains int reality. It 1 this store that has mlei4t
t sely aond discoered that thee n- t .rit n wi thiat rqust., (Uinesville flmonu for t-ow Prlee ud Good Valet*.
tore o6f the w iound w ail 'eriolu. 11e re- e Swift Spetiio Company. Atlante, B Ian to o aliaterro i titnediately went
p aced title abowelse anid i'iweed tl lake T. to ti l-r department ,;anec rslid IFasc rtaU FidL TRADE AT T BI1 SORK Vn 10
wound, taking twelve glitches. lr. FORE1T FIRE RAGES. that tle"- appliieation had been prol- II : ... ..
Ayer again visited the patient .. erly Iiled, and would be taken up and I
WVednesday anil fiotc; 0 resii ting as Muc; Daman e Gekij De il In Vicinity pt'letd uio in it its regular tunr, which _Moo
easily as could b, expected. lie of Aniconda, Mont. may bringK thu matter up at any tine. s
states that while the wound is in a vi. A a '.~n l I ltr. s "I feel quite sutir that tihe petition
tal part and very dflangetrouts, he'. ihe* efore ir et ...e. if I;,.. !e t,, .!, ,.. will le acted ilepon favorably," re.'
lievevs the patient wit. l proper attest- We,.'. r w..c. .. 1 ,, wtrils te, i i marked Judge Arnow, "becau, we '
tivn will recover. el:ea i ,-. ;I ia i 1i hle t ve complied with every require. O '
-aV 1 :" 1 : ent;a t :. at i,' a i nd because we are justly eii.
NEWS FROM ALACHUA. str tied to tlie beneilt."
S 'ho' ,:) ', I ." f t \\tl i.'1 Postanamister Arnow states that as
Rev and Mrs. Fowler Wilta I y'" e' teo ti soo as his route is secured It is tile klli
for South America-Other Notes. feetcc, at.I ieee"' ec:tce,, wi I r.e., ti' latecation of lhce peasloflce, th ough pe1
a n I nww'A Iao. aL'- ||Il rr.-1 1t Intention of the poatoffice, through pe-
Alaohlus, Septt. I I.--Thl Rev. F. J.. ame I 1tie te 1 I, l1 tition of citizens, to make eppileatiton
fowler, wife and mother are visiting c t et t i ce' oileltna for the establishing of a routl between
tr. Fowler, a sister, Mrs. C. A. Wit. T.I. l,, :: T in ., i. ,.,i.eill. Arredondo, ko.k 'o nt
liainm I1ev. )Ir. lower and wife will I',* .;' ,t :t It. Ky i 'y nI :;': ad t it. to '
sea l front New York on tlober5lh for it 11o..e i:, ,' ,c a n I ie clPh vala;i .........e t..r .. oin s1080, 81
Buenos .Ayres. Argentin a, oth tm THIS AFFAIR A MYIY.
Anerireaa. where' they go as mitiocn. THI. A R First Class l Ed. '
arie 'laThey castle to say good-bye to COFFIN EiLLED WITH RIFLES. *dy of WcO.DrO aed Woman Fount SS
their friends, as they exp let to spent i La(te at Chicagca.
tIt balance of their lives in the for. R'.wrka'ite Ctory of a Fake Funera' F;ake- : : T, i l. el s : . .B O11011 Attend ...
eign fled. Mr. Fowler delivered two In Geo.'gia., rn,'i;',.,. ,1 R ;!t iarelc!av
Ilcue ie~ttitres ui e mxcornitfie and a' c C 1e 1 lreiak ten front t0!
night. aRhe 'lc a ii. I. iill :;c c ;'ct l m .A:a, '' f e '.l t Yacht ehc! t
&Itool openedal here Monday maorl.ing tt re ,, 't ' a little 'c
with a large atlelte o!a e. P'rofeisor 11n n e a, -.v Ne le
aud Rusa May apsis tti s., ' I It :' c' ," ... C i e ,' '' 2 2 7t 'it', t"19
aMr. Josie lecKaitney a!ruid daughter ' ', ... lca't ,el
have moved Ite this llae. .. r c" the ,t't:: E'p "i' ;.-e ,e;s are moderate. InslrultiUn asid dtilt pUe taut er,.
.1ehn' ton s \\e.t k We ,lc family w ill ,' ',, -, A:,' .. '''""1 ::"a A :c .' tic '. tat' cI ''xess ledtnan l e n noditlcne for youi lcd ll. e il rnno ittloetm,| /
Jo*cletorl 11ok- 811 fallily will at. e maod1 tions, for youngte lisy ee
imovehere this week. There will also lbe . I' e c ". :'-' ;' i e n IPa !;' a .4 their daughters to th e intpary knowing they will r e 0lv6e v i ve.r '
several others here third fall to take u' l .rt !ii 4 bet otf earte, :
advantage of lcthe "'' > :;' ea .ee il a :,.> a -:'e,- o, ,.'' cteh :i Miile tudunta wilt b 'under stritllmilitary dni pl ln Al 7l sIc.
dents slitaught regularly ad promap a ade aloeorhsy
S- ... ..' "' '" I dlenrest will not be peris d. '. .
Trial Was Postponed. ..... A number of cournest are s.taiiaed. All 4i# .lort Ily pua.i,
&e%'a Leg Cruslied Off. ..... e ar all uI OUr COnaervlal and-$hOrtha greit.. have
Owing toi the irablity of the court Gat ,Nea:. rld S e' O -- g, yrr all t o urt Coimcrel a'nd harthl Ind "eeelet hpeloe.
to secure Wiltesse, l. preliminary ,a' : '. hal lib. right '"i ,,h,,''.' : : e ,,..,r fat of twelve Ili finstruetor.-laspelistl o o stl
hearing of lIrae lr Dany olf Archer, ,., c I, ti! to a freclel (51 ,.'r l i'ea !e ed eI,,l.,.t .al'rlchi Ie in thce United Stte h a.better health reait d tha bleest hIlett I4
e--ut" t (em n c. U. 8 A., my of thne 1emtoary a ce e 'dieeIpilp(
harmed with the areny and t a o , ,l .. 1 A lly r1i llll 11 e11o 6 Wddet
eIre iPsa a.t' 'La't'>' cat t ie.. ls to li palpar
too's', f iha ls'!n 4orem 44 w-1"n r lTV r( or6l "therllat en a tto"
whiln e i, h a will been brotl' ne d un l to. V r ,, cn a1 cc Io.! h,;e eie't ,e. 'lia;t.n c .r .n a. t ae in r
arrested byI -'c --'l a -l Cr a It'.. li t a 'r ittil, tit', "l lclc. 4,1f M"',Pi@UN: ANe.r : 0tds
'fedar Key MoJu daice C l ht and brulgnin t a"n I .". ',:iThi, :itt 1 ak'n I r' ti, l t.o e A "1 1 a 1 to
t O cloek, if the !,h l N witg nornbe Ti . an i ut of
i he Iproner was arrained iTu day prim, ,. -l h'' r .t ed,-1 "tlre ; diib't, h tl he I et I l l te lis
orn. lc in id pleaded not guil t bel. W en \ i, 11 i1 e;" l'l .e1, r, f r ai f1,`4r '1". tPe!4 Ia etitre e'e, 'll eel tea s.: i.l"



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f youre JusKti e oul f Nor th aino g at\e lc.' 'l I tcin tie r I. itI al k wnte ov u nr I icicel Be' ice Wrlcr hti nlt h tice
v2 eadel. rni ea"ed not to b otdon. ..1 . t, do wi' h wh


m em bers of tie fairer ?ex e tf I.... .tI I .'........... ... . .. e.. . c . .......U, .'Our _a h l ed In_ ( _o M __l ti .. *.
i~rin fl, Nurm~ th l,,,, vi* 1,. -ht l .%-,:,t,,,.,.thri i i b-r.. ,i,,tr-- ,,edcte'r..Iccet-i.l-'-'.Ih ru hyealnnIihlnl>ent t ,::s


dB ay evening Thewaanbice AI):'.. A)l ) 0 ZUtWJE
'ofod i lunge e'at. w creaml '.M'.'e'd ih.'c A l RE, A )nyT eBREOLARE AsN) CIMTYD ll OA.,
lOee B i.tt, ) er B itters "^ Ith i Ci at nubr af peomlnet Americain m ad 3n* R


y'. ". ''-' ; A l I i I NN TIIOItCIIE AT I. NT I HIE IT o1lt TE1 TVIAU.. .. "
'e a- .f y ,ar 'nt ,ll'leitly ac u waintd with thi, i earedy tou i- d T n
., ',l *, ,, I ," '" l y v a e > steal'ct ii( il aIe yOtr dru:ggist ftor hteralture he ari e.K h en e i v h t z t r 0i
re x' na eeca well. ,.aniti'il r e'edily ,ee hat i c ha fdo re fotrle ,tr a ,a i .1'cI Ao .*A F R I A
C ,' c' L "I L '/ 'n : .r you. It i e iur'ly v'. ete ale tllany of the ilagredictn ts iilt aOr. cn1 ..A .. .
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aF0:1': "' i'' '' A n I., II t:vr.(-? I ii v t, 1 On.th .A. C. vand S. A. L .'Ryi V SJ IPMAN, Proprietor
... .TTE: APPLE BTlT ERS ('OX\IIAN \. NonNe BX4tte'r i1l the State at a, a Day. Portets

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IsAa4D TITLES. ..
M i"b Ip | l Wtd. p Riden of Ie ,w1 fr. Tve.u atoniof o I
tHee i as 44l t t at th V esn II 4 #egov tnetw. I epqnoiu -s t t 9
P*?W h..e -- )!mps 5e eUiS. l Wi ibis e, W.f mlh o rei b hallmn
00 i4 V11 1her $1a 4 bdO o has a boiard of ..t.o
-tT 110s A*aIns d thats. s n Title iU what ypwpgy" fo"w y .I
B s0 0oBis mi lovely 1ot wo hi s orslation mlny 0 know wh.ti yyg, i Ng
!ih411Pr, -of ,be proigresiri0 b6uin men of the
MBJiiaf. W!! SW?1 In, :* iplyet @11h5i o liareomn l W 0 n0 rhowB S Titi* s ordinarily lnviiblo correctly revelled to you by ,
If lllth llllqa bt it.e 1dews liln, Is. I the welfare of ourIl'ly. WVe re far-
lWON"aw 1totall,4 s o"ad hius sib., other sralit*e h1 0 this orgBnailtion t he mo
scain+ Cits {iol, .dwj! D. -Lam. hu A ,t ones gonle to work for the pIr. U U U
IMbo bso sake o to express p" vetslg this eity by 110h.
1t f i th *ollowI blu.gb ful lani inag for A earnlvaI. 'ri. effort I. ,
H tt bound to tsl .or the good of t04 O in.
7'W 'WW "I th rd ol nity o( thl m onlty, d w feel 'I re th' t I ry,
et1attillt 1WiningjnX ;* I i a happillu4 loyal and pul)ic spirited attItn will V
.'+'" 1 In0I'llroklr "m.- Ii, t k $ S.44 Wid l wIj,,th.,,, E E V E R E T T t O T EH T
ai ||l.e, t -g rily4M*rvedIt IisI not linpproprliate om 'intotll ra-ks and w hit h i0 lldo
BK tBei tw ee* s he', udwi#ed ieale4d lof t'over five yarn with Ir. great sluooe The carnitl it a guod WSt., Fu edro4J.
t B e Sltorral'l I0l th makligol T'i TTribunp, thing' in Its wSy, but we suggest that
0144Id 4ke 4t S pp( trn$t,. In hil ab, we should ro further, .and let ite world (Ontflly l tfed, thoerghly retla I raul lM. S el to rqfP, tihoi. i ly seontimensW know of sr many peeIltr tnud uo',e Euro ua 'a ,,
s" d btuousw erdialsow good wishswhie'b ad1atges of our eity-lt the word 14 $Qi.]L :P=Ec0T
ow* paiterltsd by aesh and every *m know that as a city we tposvs*
SI B, | o pope "who his laboreid, indelr hl o the best drinkIg water in the
4*k 1dwt t4me5 laderaolp, to ^alke The TrI- world, with probably one exNAptlo,
lbs noedi> to lp tllUf ad it~. see. the best e4uaitlonal advantageotay of I
lIo' 1 ... p l lae i Florlds; let the world i4now
"vI er mortal a mtaertiod hie of the any d... vantage an.d oO por,.. Commodious, Home-Like Hote
-7 S k sur, T9e Trihune's fouad4r *and '8rlyl t0aiiwmllie. with Its vast ace-. ROO.MS FOR 0I U" 6 T.
of id !, is iOpL takh. Thbro.uh yarn nMutlStIon of wealth, can do for itself
i I.wkhloh the retera forefforeere.not what othercitiep are doing, Gaines. Table Unexcelled. Every Attention to (ui
M lWS 0,y worthSy of thl toll applied, in ville., while is Is loday one of the
*wbehdlnOdalles*mBenrtsnd misforsune healthieottld most desirable residence MRS. E. H. PAXTON, Owner and Prop., WHITE SPRINGS, F
+*O* freqaii toly esoountered and' ver towns, can not afford to at this time
.111, 19to oveome, with an dustry, ret, onts 61,o. and allow the present -.
4ewggiog and a4 evoeon unidirtnlish. opportuniltspto slip from Itigrasp.
0edbe 0, ve1 to'euS ge so enterprise We need nmor manuf.atorles which
s vaui .eld Tep0y his. labors ood at, will prode something, and bring
M*,o is. thi ng the is be tall ,. Air Line Railway
tIU#ti O ialewp WhbetskpeatUr ugt together and all will be well.
B HIw t blJ iMl was aipnolil"led sad .... FORn .
4l b t* d'g eto p ha rewa4s of o ... ..at .un.
desuly botab0s e0Pe, She e b 1Ie9.. Y# w y a t ',i, l w..e ict
;*p1wI sIasr ""4100 01.9'O4t t d to a'+ t e i 11the lpaC0 of, hip. s"blevam n O ho e I +tI a h ,to floor li.q iao htr,. '.ayling l w
p w d le ) the seiilo W Eia ht t flWLht lllL. An Pines DRale k 'a Aas -
.s^ I n s, P .thw s'a-,..s titac.a O. Piwnes,. Raleigh, Richmon d,Wash-
Ri IIWip 'idW' bW N I li"e sAd fuor" all I~lAt a lpaint., Uaude Lim
i.ed li tadhis It tMilk l tterof it sl le rurne. to ington, Baltimore, Phila-
the Iartattll tut 'at 9:ui )0 p. m.
1o, ,ow ibat be i away upon H lie wa iot ru'eived wlth i.p'cn arni.
i fogr- by ,he lovely. ine U. 1 famly niami. ,,, t..... delphia, New York.
fIa(ao "hiiqlol< fiull ithai ns I'lis Th ok tilktd, I..H futlhr'e ____
IIiat* i4 an d ryl ,l,! ,w r iatht l. i:i tis lit.
e ts. h e aotn.p,0 u 1 at Two Ele ant Trains Daily.
..s p ," and I sle lighter thing of
';1"i "of"-"o in 0b14019 .... "i .411 Seaboard Tixpress
e S n ho tWhO W hiv kno r-' :v 't with b l.
71 abud btblef oerieledi el needed to, O ... So rd Ma 1
1ap0et his stierlig worth hti. frank . .' .r '.
iad 1pe1n e1l1y, hl robusl t and on, L., .c!<'I .
opomil lei ailas ln .,as-the heartfelt '. .
"+I""+IS" wis oe fo rt 0 M D ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
tewn pathway of the honeymoon, that '- '
er, e shall to filled with musicOnl Li eO
G'AN AMI a &ars that Infest theayal Only Line Ome.tatin W
,10 Y,.,,- .! '"" .hro.gh Pull.man SCeepers from Jacksonville tolaway New Orean

lt T .of 0 te t th rilrodu the -i nthr THE aUnI ltEED write h ;rtl s le ,er r erat R L ,n a .ai rd-r,
.tFORD, 0 U4 otp stand outeonpieonus.ly 7 t just Aet. (IrIera l n : \ Aentr , Istger .ge
VBll WIT ; ow on account of their largeearuina. W J ONVVLEL. I. '
For eleven month the Reidin I W h w
ft In. *aeor of A$7, 2K.O000 in net ear n V 4 o . .. -9.
M.TL 5 I.L In the s perlodJnOrsey sn. ItU A..SnEY
rAWSm shows on increase of $2.0o 00X," I- N R | r I i
p!::^o.:-,. r8:e *.' I-- i1 H .F. DUTTON&CO.
Ueearnings, whil the .ehlgi Val.0 THN CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
'slInca ease in net earnlnge for eIW I fItwss c. UoF "U W W W WtW '
Sh.ri *e leven months ii 8381,443. During T*aI es ucuer ia -ss IV
L. w. FENNEL the year the Reading has beoes lsll-rd94now Liniment Co. --*I.AL: z.--
AS,-- *it I'r,, aso.,,. it d T.ide d dsbure. '. t..o ,..o. Sea Isla ( ottoo ..
Cl00hl *l Co unlil l it I now pltyng the ful Fe Sale by W, N. J.flaar.n. S_!ea
Ma .L .. LN.. C*. foar per cent upon the second p ee.
SAesstsgr. ferrv4 dstok to which that issue Is en.t a W e
V. W COL N. itled. Thealalhib Ouis id nl avia. ".?athe. in Siri, -i or s il". 4,
T41w Crtit alon Compa' has .a'M inoved its divi.
D. IC ISOded r itt even per cent, and M"1aiiii:(':tt tireri' caC li- .Tam h I.)tig Jmlrn ,vd lill- h
^t) ^( t4!| 4*nt of P il ntrncttm pro eent upon its d l)ti,a8x of preferred .| Vl F t tal il a1 1 tpiJ for U' S.
di .i. L. Kl.L0 stook, h5 alsto dalarea vidend ape (A aIN ESVILL.F
-h o 9 per cent on the ommonba, the prob. '1 1 ..
,--- at'e a.l t be o rwing tha th railroad* the em. 1 t *.'. ..

x^. pl m1+ .. on wi11* n 1IL8 \T .* r t ed4. suan 4 l
ge thee. t here lar e, tf thi 'eoater w,"ll b ,
|ott. arrteIaed. l wan t earslthat har s ,t lrlea EIOnr i I' r' o, a, 1|


: M TA C :"OX.OY. iPci' Ily worti:rte li attention at, I a 1 '1 ii
SB .ni e others rrilr C ar ds h ve -.. ................,.. .... .. . U

a .a ':::..^al i e" ,'" Viator Safe and Lock Company ,
iai --- 4g.=414!'+-,o ler.ht....i a h. wshIaitcntt | [ .^ +IrSA 1 ,s .* ".*1 a



gata i ouuuhi f 'Is I e tabl n earorithe e have n.tst a the -u P" -

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B I fs o 'drl^ei t to*cr, R end for **ohat IV wessa1 raa. t, -. alti4 4 La ( c r a & da tr es
u g,. D |ie..tr iia f ani. a CU.S1H1AN .& yNVzHILL,
a tf ormto eu' 'y f"a" 0 'hed. I 'r "LO

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S AING COMMITTEE R McCLELLAN

MAKESITS REPORT ertakng Co

Nine Whit9 ApflicP at Out ,of AAI-ESVI.LE, JI.OUI!A.
Tbirtien Pau ed., --

,NIGRO8 NOT- -O IUCKY ectoQ a1d
Out of ;ght Applicants for ILani. e l
lion Only Two l$u;esded In PassIin. ,
and Thess *ore Awarded Third ,'14,*c tt ,., .. -,T(r> th
G rade C certificate 5 Pi olture r A p it h l t i anlu k si-
fiooiis I pliolrh)y. Ea -ilian l .
it'e grading colnmittem e aipllietld dak.e I' (ansr, annd 'liteltra.,
y usiperinltendent Iulloway .for their ipher Niiplliw.,
exilniquatIull of papers' f applicants
for teacher+' poslt1u1 in Alach ,*ulde' Iy 'teRralphol To itlhpo.e
ioqlny haslntlade It. report Th. e(it n ree i) tu l '.
ai (ie opmiprlsed Mlises Kate Tt.lo- 'tll Ile ireupt ittwelti n.
iklie and Fdith. Laird and Jrof, M; l ... .i.
DIldi4' all,of whom hoi tist grade TRAOEDY ON TRAIN.
';erti:ihato and are toache t of alil. ----
lty, Two Men Killed. Another Was Seri
There were thirteen white aii.iii, Oully Wounded.
canto, three of whom entered for first Vauiortna, ( .pt. I-. O Otf thel
grade, o lie for second grade and itfhe ciunclith., n iIlt (ii) oI'at. t iinil'tri andt
renmalader for third grade certlieates. P:,k'rlua I4tngr tra;n, oling from
The report shows rlrat the three ap). Jauckn'llJito, to this c(it) Momday night,
iplylng for first grade, J. 6. Kellumn, w. .wawi t' 'I 'tn of oie,. f )th li blodilest
E. Mlilothli and I.. W. Denhamn. were c.asIt,'rs that hits bren wrlttln in UIC
a essafnl, while Miss Fannie Mizell L, o.'y f t lho ikefitikt regiuoni,
received a second grade certilltate. II At go ',n ll mtneie a white man
fn)e applicant'retired without corn. n 1H1tl, .I laelon llnIta' wat stabbed
pletiog the exlminationi, three failed'lw oll l i, IWO ii. gr l w ri killltil
a;td !ie were granted third grade err. alndhi Mar'h>l lMuv.'An as alaileid lun
,icates. +veral pl~ns ull either thrown front
AmIon ,he colored applicants there thel trallis IlUnlilig st fell oftf. The
were eight, one being ftw the lirst 1f"n whi l''i the lill ng. according tc
grade, the ramaindor for the second, t t repot, ar, ', ChiaresO and Hililary
Only two of these were .sucoeeaful, Alllman, who re,!hle near llaxter, Fla.
they being awarded third grade oer. The11 lling was the reilt otf
tiffeates. The failure of so many ool- r1" rW'4e'edled byi long PIriod of
,red a.slpleacnts to ia1 snmay be ex. who are proving et weneat sto in sean,
plalned by the statement that there niOo0 it mhe nt store e
were few experienced In lteaohing, te anti the Altinans a.1 .thir r |eInlemsof
majority never having followed the r,,tlac, Who ePPlomtont whave h
sirersntfitt +tthe de 'elopnment which
prf the hiteplion. ants, it is sal the till and the Btill had brought to
thewhthat action of the cntry. ile
that all who passed madeexcellent ir- i.nerans have l ate here a itiitbei,
erages, and the county is to be coll of tls that thley were always having
gratulated upon the efficiency of those troi,,uI. with their neighbors, who
who will lie snt out to' teach the p< .it.s ina tretpashIng upon their
childrenn the coming term. lamlPs;
The Hoard of.Public Instruction will t he trago.ly rait slt great excite
ieet today to receive the report, metl in thtil rit'e'tlon of tilto atate.
K. P. DISTRICT MEETING. What's In a Name.
District Deputy Dow Will Call Con- "Intestinal indigestion" is the new
vention in Oalpesville Dec. 13. asne for. a multitude of stomach
Distrjet deputy (iranld Chae elor troubles. It s the recognized cause of
I W. how of the KOr Cigh e o heart disease, kidney troubles, e6nti.
a. I ow owtirn t Klec hty usf y.- pation, Itatuleney,in laminmatloui of
this, who was in the city luatuday le tie bladder, neuralgia, headtches.diz-
route to Jackonvallile, ted th|e h ziness, alenwilcillst atd. rheunmatisl.
proposed to call he ditrit conven treen's A uut Flwer goes right af-
tion together int Gainesville on Tues- ter intettital indigestion and quickly
day, Decemtber 13, when ho would e clears it out of the intestinal tract,
peer ten lodges comprising the district speedily curing any or all of the ail-
ittntot mentioned. Trial bottle !.'n.
to end full delegations asid as iaiy ig bottle, tine. At W. T 31. Juhnlon'*.
memlbersr as could convenitntlly ar-
range to be present. $1,000 REWARD.
Trhs tfth district, of which ai tie -
vuie is a part, comptiiss the' lodges of Central Railroad Offers oSain for Do.
(4aitesville, Broatunso. canopyy. liglh tectiocn of Wreckerg.
"iprings, Starke. Waldo, l.ake Ittitr, savt.;n li. (o;. S t. II A r anr
Newberry, Archer and Alachua, 'ag. of $i ( ) IT ,.. )t hr 1 i,(iln
gregating a strong niiemberslhip, The of anndl (ient. c '1 4t vt. iti ;iar
first and only district convention wver e ti's .tho wr held asemibled iln this eity on Auigut way trains at Iticty aFirud and ( 'gs(
0thi of the present year, and proved not theo t)n Friday al Saii tirqlay uight .
only a imot enjoyable, but a benelleial Siapti rlittendent T'. S. 1ola meeting, as the work was exemplified aft',r a ignore tliorotfh llnvstligatlon,
in tiuch maiinner by Mlount Vernon tno ncroase the rfwarn l'rint $.") to
Lodge that it created a great improe. $1, 4.
Ci.1 among thl si ifti agKnights. Sev- Ctwutral railway oMscdals latlerld that
eral delegates and visiting members they liall heard iwothilig flro the pv.-
.pi'n this occasion delivered addrpreses cla agentA who aro i.tni4S On tithe un i.of
n floor work .and other topics of in- road trying to rin l'own the wreck;ers,
terest to the order, and all felt that If thert are anly lde'vuitpn nti th, y
tl% t'evr iiing had been profitably spent. t v'.!t'.'l loine with: ithe' nf.t f, ".; ,'ay.0
I' will be reuneii bered that, upon it 0u' ,;.li>.a ,n ,fk : -,!.' )t lite ii,,
this ocecaioi thitl tnenibersr of Montat lu < o 'n .. .
\',rinat lodg. eutertainid tllair vie-
itiaig brothers so cordially that wheatn Beautiful Women.
the ttluestli of holding the nitext meet- l'lumnip checks. flushed within the nft
ing enitO up, it was uupoi n otiot Klow uf health and a pitroeoutpleXion,
tuantituusly agreed to loul. thus hatte nuak, all wOtoIn beauitiftl, Taitke a
ln Gainesville, thi, dsit tol be tlxed by tall douse f hlerbine after each
the Distriet Deputy Grand Chalneellor. iteal; it will pirorvtt, constipatio11 and
r.l)ow is en enthusiastic Kdiglt. heim dii'st what ou have, '
._Mr. \Vin, M. Mtrotw4 Midlothian,
work. lie will notify ths. lhldgee tf iaseds ll.rbin.. iin Ou" family for eight
the date far in adl'aacethat they may years. anad found it the lI&st m'wlieine
:nake proper arraRigements, atnd lie we ever usedl for *otmtinstioeti o ilo;
*fever stud ottnlariu." Sold by W, 1.
Rlopteq to be greeted by a lirge lnuitner .Iohtnjona. -
when thie lodge. is caeahd 'to order on o -
the date whiebl hi bstw arranged. Legol Holiday et Baltlmor. .
Asusual.lthe ne.titg ill le con- (, i ti.'.\ SlpI 11+. T'oly d a I.
luded by1) a grand tiaiauet, whiel has 'aT, hl!,tay'y lrt halttinore aod Manryland
added so nuuith to the pleasure of 'past honor nf thie' battik of Noprth Polrn
eeidsion11by thu order, foh lit it. In ts; chi the slatt mrt
.. ......... ... I l:ttla ,wt-rah'tu thI lHrie ith aa4 loved<
Has Sokl d PCio of Chamberlain1'aTlt from r; n"irc.
.. Couh Remedy. ,
I Ihave sold C aitberlain'ls Cou igh Sprainr.


SRemedy for more than twenty' year S. 'A. ead, Cile.o, Texol, Wri s.,
and it, has ivie entire atisfaition.f 1 March llth; il1)1: "My wrist Otiw
have 'old a iile of it and an recoin-, iprained sombadly by a fall that it was
'Inteli It lti bluy.'-,'.Tiuiii Mllitu's-, ueleei; iand after imiag several renmoe.
T.intoit, iowa, You will ihld this ren9, dies that failed to give relief, used Hal.'
edy a good friend whel troubled with lard ,Snow Lintlent and was ,uared"
S i40oith or eold, t alwa y* ~fflpr I earnesly recommend it to' anyone
'uli+ li ef and Is ptleuant t tlke. Itiuffering from -pratnin"' t, As, 1,.
wa;Fr Salo b a d t .. 'old byW.MJoh9 on1.


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ALACHUA COUNTYI,
Slatthiklla toii1ty iY i t4 I., U.aers ai
area, hRta 21hm ile's railroad t IK
tniles wagoi rload, 50 iostOfAlee.,
L23.3 itiblte ch Moil, 27 phosphatu
plants, ~sraw mill. 7 it) co4rt
house, five newpPalaers, and pro.
Adutef corn, cotton, rioe, iigar.
oatl, rye, potato. pitlelapples, ori
aagi0., ipeahe.s peari, plums, K-
cant, and all kinds Of vegetable e.

Gainesville, the County Seat,i,
Ilis fourteeii ehiurches, tw0, Ipblie
schools, thi aEo'i Florlda seminary ,
Private ihoolf, three newspapers,
l~l-ted tastes laird oflle, the'bait
water, llrie alarm system, electric
nltdgi i lglit, two ice factories.
nmichin shiopp. three Wood facto-
riet, cotton gii, twLo mo1ss faetorieS,
three railroad, two fertilizer man.
titsetlrtig cuplliiies. one hller
manutialtory; onf (e,"tfIt)lE tur-
penisne plltaJto P lboois. a ld Well
todistei stores ermbelfigt every.
_ thiN Athe ebtljfi*f* lii.


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Movements.
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tud-Inuthl reportst' L ;
SHa Sompete tables of EaTrul .
Properths. .' I ; +
(01 lotes aveti and InactiW Sto0i
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yield on Investmentsa t the prioe
An.wers, without oh'iaa e, iitE 0
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INVESTORR8;AD THE WALL II1 m J


Neglected Colds.
t.xery part of the mucous mawn-
brane, the nose, throat, ears, head aid
lunge, etc,, ar. subjected to disease,
and bliht front neglected colds. Hal.
lard's lhlrehound Sy ip Is a pheasant
and efTectlvo remedy. ". 4.,, and ,1.
W. Akenilrick, Vallay Mills, Texas,
writes: "I have used Pallard's Ilore.
hound Syrup for coughs and throat
troubles; it Is a pleasant and most (f-
feotlve remedy." Sold by W. M1. John.
son. _m__
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
Yost can securesa copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled, "What to
Say in 8panish and How to BSay It." by
sending two cents in postage to W. H.
Ieahy. division passenger agent, At.
lantlo Cost Line railroad, Savannah,
Georgia,
l i i.J... . ...

One Cent a Word.
Advertlsemeas of ten werdoor more anar
tbhi bead lert4e forOne.Caist a Word. ease
*a dvanee. eit inertlon.
Plase answer advertliementa asau I a4 e
In the adverltement.
The oariodsnee of all person isertlair at -
tes. Iigned with Initials wUI be reapreted.
Their 4n1iMOs will not b RivOe to sIDIquIrers.
HKLP WANTklI.
WANTFI St ..en to learnt iatrer trale. Short
tinm eouia'ete iy our ,nthaml. Cnn 'ti ni1
tArti is l icnhes' ltlo stai-hlna'. |me; '.r:.
itl'ermeht.r to til4 lit'tit from tlktinr.T. I'o1
%ition-4 wa tlp 'r dis rie. u 11 XI.Et: Iillmit CtA..I., N-w

TUAI.VII-LE'N FAVOI#lTE,



Alachua Pool Parlors,

C'. Btiir', Proprleter.



located In tl e Porter Block, south
Xide square. Thrt'e tirst-elass tables.
food llghit, and prompt and uourteous
service. The pttblie is cordially invited
and always welcome,


KEYSTONE BAKERY,
It. '. St HAIF Prep.
R. 1T. MilIAFEll, l rep.


A. M%. Cushman'-Aaechuia county.
For Oovernor- lon. 31. I. Maifar-
lane, Hilllsborp.
Secretary of State--JoIn F. Hiore,
Moniroe,
Attorney-Gcneral-Fred 0. Cubbar!
ly, Levy.
SCo~ptroller-J. L. Skipper Polk.,
Treasurer-E. M. Brelford, Dade*
superintendent of rPuble lnstru.'
ion-W. R. O'Neal, Orange.
Co)mmiMsaoner of Agriculture-J. 8.
Hol(Wey, putnanm.
Railroad Oommislioner H. J.
I.iteliie. St. Johns.
lstire Stipreme Court for term of
six years--W. B. Sheppard. Esambtib.
Justoeesti supreme Court-O0. 8, Farr,
Hiillr o ro.
(. A-dams.iluval.
E. P. Axtell. Dural.
Congressional Ticket.
Fire.t Congr ,1iolal ) Ditriet-E. 8,
Unlbly, ,]illlhr! ,.
Zs'ecutd C(otgreasitiunal listtrle-1. .
CheneyA Oara11'.,
Third C'igrsiohnal Distrlct-L. f.
Ware. Washington.





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SEABOARD
Air Line Railway,

FRIDAY, SEPT. |6.

Round-Trip Rate From Gaines-
ville, Only $2.25.
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Presidential Elctors. i
0. F. Buffum-Franklin county.
(eo. K. ltobinson--Marlon county,. Ja i
Geo. 11. Ilohnes-'Brnoard county.
G(. A. W. Wendell--Gtsdsden equnty.


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f#aireKea "jeey' and s
St seb not l4 i unksitwa
5ptlme are as A 'nag.'
I )it tall you a rld. w
lbt tait it' wU eli.
S t"am ad half ci
4 tfir tlet pieces of nmne

46r t en
otlrck ir i Wttori
i ota rete he does no
lM w iki sppser to ms, bi
t he ha w eawu fa*a oa
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M fel tas. t, l poia wert
su' t a4 thlit thu aion wh
bplegd44 ite knmanehip wa na
ai p lt d lrltonil(i'0, e*06ry W
l*dit. walltm aal patertly
S gtby col@ iWatitthat slene aind w
al~ Wy.iy i ete>lhe*d,
U)f5f 5 aIeneriarrtvtired wirt Ti wme
the X piptle f ead, rad tim apple and Teillf. e
P Udr were icsneoted by Ya llvial
*it. aloali wtleti lthe alow was
MUe *ed to til t4rt.
"t, the pllapoe.r cue the arrow
p "l-wdt'tmei tO.y (oow prl s apto i
b eR "nt ;.,nI v dll iptciato: Im,, n.
SSS 1 a val'e**ld 1*tlm titt*y
fak bww to ythy tlM 'artm*
h ek hle a 0tonl of Tell looked
t t t and did know wblhat
11 i I b014lnli. a 7+
itat ^war.* babi;do -atsIb
'' r b 6i0glas .a nd the t.
b9*te at. roa rer whs ote of (leest
*e 1p* Ip the sitaatlioi md, m
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4 waislgvi woti0 0p4a1, w



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,he s hpe leme emgs s osot

tot eso 10. oi i A p my ae
1 .4 orto.ms eI weild I
rus! lgse.;... -- 1 west kd3.
til ,'4 esto (wh is w n D
VI 0.1.)as. hctOOMMe*d a bo
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dic. Ilatrx teaed i19' t i skip
Scla bi!ss as splIatersI thorn,
2ii IorldmUidl1t Ikh' el M



bld by W. Johanon.
ri TM LOWER ANIMALS.
o t: wo s ore f Nn uil, Iay,
S-, AniMl br l te llklc tr? l tior


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anoth re' Tloulh tb yi ati'ly 'x I
t! r oe. h terM st that

1Ine orld, og imrettleon, i gnat
p e ony a ,tso ,,rea so*lln. t hlin. are atinw
,oth u b I .suv tu
S Wa ide oiditgoni. and thr ey li irodt
malys b wa yif n i l4ima i fpltou. tIll
Riro t sull t11 rlt y ,* n t o tional
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y id titntPgris ofmiCssih abrlai'st inc;.or1 u n
ZT.! th lle dil"^aiftwl l ni6i "it ,i' ie.
, ain ;.IeiM nlttlwll, ntply, nt :th eb wu
tola- sparit. iwiiy u ptrtn of n o .toy
a 't t JIl* s ut i l l ri t lfliitt o r% it,. r etoi



Al"it! a o t lift l ile 'pl rlde of It
ilenl a OIsI *lh id uut>(Mtl so;i iis, i f l tiiie I
te~ lan o ttuirtni a oii lbrt' li*Oth..t'.
it t lt. a i ; h ioii tiat b f lotra ulitit. 't to
'w sa alilile, i I. P1n1 6) wor d of Wi
I a .l~ itl':ow 1 lwa .tliW. !l' thhs il. l III
IntfeRi.. n, li tmfotidtt.bUt iehrli*" litu
A a i- lroe of Cm tt. lnd h ei oic"if o s M I
i htt .1i eraway that bD a !r are, mi t. ee J.


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t mean
uit st
the ro.
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t thins

6,luastt
i"s four
osotary


"AllowTen. m to give you a
is prals of Ch0imberlain' s
era and l)irrhoea litmetty
John Hlamltl :of '.le P
,I afftered one week with'
ble and took atill kinde o
without getiiRl any relief,
ledt, Mr.. 'o tahnso, It
he.eiiavl'ed nuq'to tikt I
Allir t.kin i one d*40 I 1ft8
tIfv*,, ud whm i haId Iake
fiat the bsmttore otl Iat ,
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Sill iC)) or oel ftn We seet oa 16i d*]
5r 5 tri el w a p er nti i Ir di s'o
355l1. We Pall'rlh hib %r'1I0
teV rieW TOiDAY.




od o ai
-"- Luddin Bates
r S utrlutani loslc House,
o* BAVAN1NAl, GA.
rel JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
''o 3TABMMUED 170o

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S liSureon tickets now on sat dail
towr from Olaitilte ltot. Louis and re
ith ur. F
ow ,10W,...... RJetum ivit Dle. 1thi
p4 .O0.... .,.., ,e ur, lianitit) days
YRe PbI........... Return limit 1t day.
'. orrupoa.d.t low aes fro other
. ointm ThebL. & K. s th best int to
lI*, For rates, sehedual and sleeping car
et vaemitions apply to
It Jp, PLLIFINO. Fla. Pass. Agt.
o ap w.Bay St.. JmksoaTill.r ia.
S. 0. L. STONZ.p. IP. A, LouIstville.
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St. Louis Exposition.


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DR.* A, U. )IOt ;LE.,
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ATTOwNt f AA l.AW,

Van u ell yur ciiy jlrperty, iiin
provMld 4d '4i.pirove i), l.ho0plihle.
trucking anid frinnlig lanm4. eniid him
ictiot r at you otfer fur al, 2t42m
SoE. WLKEI.

S. .OLICITOR IN CHIANCERY....
GAINE! V1J.E, Alael.a.i Co., FIA.
Of)d e ie n i nldi Klhlo'k

R. J.H.ALDE!MAN,
D) E.N TIST.
[buses iot,-.e:i.c- A4ermanl


Over ution a Co's Bslci.


Ga"svrll


ape"lIl *attentloo to crowt 1ai ltr.da. work.

DR. -0BUORI TIsON
DENTiST.
graduate Ii ltlh.or co: .e;e LtntSil s geen
1vS lrea", *eiPr;4r.ce. a New Yore C!tv.
CrowBa. rlds work and k':lam Speo !.sX&
ALh. Woan GILtUAAMlst1a.
OCiae in Mi:.er La..w Kxiarre,
UAiai CT.ILL, r'L.
THE WE8T END.
FINE WIyE8, LIQUORS 4 CARS
JOIIM MX.I iLS. r1"i.retor.
9IHSl W. *ior at.. Jaeisonw:.e, r.M.
Faaust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to call oni se when idn JaMkonvilil
DR. HARRY LEE JARVIS,
(Witb Dr. u. TMon).
MENTAL. SURGEON.

OftInc ln;lewr Lvw v.xc t Age.
(.AIXl'EiVILLE. FIJUIODA

CRYSTAL SALOON,
Frank Gardr'er. Prop'r
Jacksonville, Florida
Best Imported and domestic Liiquors
anid Wines iu the city.


SOUTHERN RY.


TW40 T "WAl. IPAILY ----
So h W. ORLD'S IR ROUTE
L. C. A& Kt.o I. R'y. from At ul "eata


I.A, Ai;nta5a .a m n i.. Ar, Louisl 7tm a. m.
Liu '" ; s i,, At, t St.'I uai.r'i B.
THROUGH. SLEEPING CARS
--'-FROM---

torgaia Floridl and

ROVTE O lr THE T FAliIs
DIXIE FLYER
virnt!nil the onlo I i ,ikr.t..! .0el 'Lw .ru from
Atl~lttli.to sit, Lil 'M,. "r+i^li+' lla% Je ka kkm.
t'IlCe i)iu v ,. 4ui. Atli 1kk Z%. a. m... KilLD
you thle entire dal .1. e -t o I out. to l Aet i ied.
For riicI .rOil.> i 't:i L I W rd't r..t;r iuidqe
fkl,*li jal hr'lt'j u|Ct,'i. -.l}e'lr';, '..itr r<'''.
i,. hi '..lio ,;, r lt.C- iI' r hn dti' f
h4 "

Best Lin. to St. Loils

Superb Otning Car Service
-top-overt, going land retuming, at
Atlanta, Knoxville. Louisville. Ash.
vilai cld prineipal North Carolila
mountain risorts.
See High Bridge (highest railroad
bridge in he world), Famous Blu
Gran Region, Lexingto abd.Ljoult.
Vil'le
oeFreelininl x chair cars and hill
class day coaches. Through Pullnian
sleeping Reas Jaekornril e ioNSt. Loui.
Folders, rates, ctl;,, cheerfully fur.
nished upon appliemtioi to J. C. Lutk.
District l'assenger Agent, 10$ West
Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
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tFRED D. MILLER, ..
oin TraiellntI l'awciger a r t
.. I tw M"1iding, TLANTl llAent
SAhot- Saon and
Calaf 'W o. do
hol J3ekalonville. Floridsa I$ l PUlU .te

troo -1" Bought In Car Lots. Sold in any
ttike MerchanlitL th ftm 1 ito 2p.m qu noity,
my
at Bartlhi s yRa Be ehter, alo Il. .' .1 L
y e r pit *rtlergtr Deir os rDa ht I ett Osic of Oar ^tat*eu*.
Ba Baird Hardware Co.
: Sste.aks, is hop6. %a4o lUANleEa,, GAINESVILLE; FLA.
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GAINESVILLE. FLA..

Round Trip Rates to Washington. D.C
Atlantir Cowft Line, t quikU-'.*.*
rOite by two hours atd wiren S." -
ltes from Jaektos t-ilJl k to WVasliint
let. etxcurhioii rte, ,ToJacksiavil;. t
Walhington and titettuin, A',7. 1Tk. ,
now un sal,. Florida and Wes 1:
ilmo Lilluted., fastlet i4d t itt a.s
year trai Ietween the Eact tid awd :
laves Jackoiiville ait sa. i. arr
in Washitiiton 7 .+41 a., mn f*(oll.!i
"morning. No 10. \ t lat ic Coait i
Expret, lartes .Jaecklt..vi!e i 'e
Rn. arriviui.gJ in, Washington 11
fl. f.oi. .I'ng olirlUtitly to vili thil< natit' raeL;.
tIaa hntlil lrtalI et r.. ITi#teK t g ,. t
reAt n. to ltober sl31t. Avail ,'
Pelf of the qUtckest anti heist .
Both trains erry P1'lhntan drawnai,
'roomlcee trs Jaoykbnvirip toa Wa.
mlgl i, Flotldal "u4 V.' et In'. a;"
i i.,ted carries Pu'isllin pnt tinst d ii '
s .auv h ta o W haninh Uhgtoa,
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F.. Itarrnt C' ItiAncll 1i lilfil thir 1 i44.'t Ile-
tu I 4. fi, ).y it u.tve at ttiy r0 t., bef intlI

S'i"0v o Let Up. *



Poor : pa's jilt working himilgf to
I;h' g"Why, lli ht he lind a political
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---> St Jhn ivtr Line
BE3tween jAcKIaoNvMv.iL Snd Li SA -oi
Stopping at Palatka, Astor. St Franiole. Beresford (DeLa id), ad Ilatermnedist
Landings on St. John liver
.8tem, CITYY OF JACKSONVILLE," i
Lv'Tes Jacksoiintille 8 : 1 p. m.Stlundays. Tuesday and ilThtidas.
Leaeeu Sanford 9:80 a. m.iond.Alo d Wediolaysi anid l'idlays.
Is appointed to saill a fuliow$:
Southbound. -M"lEl l E NIl'ort bhouca4,
Keid )w a. Heaado. l. i.d u ,
Leave 8 ,m................. eksonville........... ,..Arrive Maini
8:46 5m .............Palatka.........,.".. -.... -Leave 801W pim
8a00am .... ....... ....... .. ... .... .. 2; s|)i
c:abB ........... .......S.. 8t. 1raw l,.......... ...... .... Pli m pa
1.. ........ ....Beresford (IDela d). .............. 12 a
Atrive8:9am.m........... .......,86ariford........ .......... .: o a
10o.00 am ... ....... ..... Enterpfloe.'...... ...... .... 100 am

A.A" .t of H:i'. trig i i vldll .

General Manatvr. General Alentel.
* en rotihlll Br Vdu lM. 1 ; street. N'.York


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THE FRUIT & VEGITABII R(
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IiMe rf.4F P AUto le,
-A- hl St i4dt-

7 e1.' Wade ,1 Wllistpn. was
a oa tbe tldOe l ls viltort s i thl oliy
B's", mu speciastll i rI4r untllI
,ll, Ta Olngup *sin ups uit r)(i, and
p*Io & f h I. j I trkhii,
ll indultor sligletrry of the tie:Sa
UifIPgAr Line. wlth hoadnuarters lit
*.Wald4, Wa b>sltI vilior to this

^lriBlhA *itti ho)fl< and. Jullan lMela a
'l wnl* yestIrday to Hawthorn. wherti
t1ey Will apt*ndh day ii guess of their
Bgl." ^: l, ,
Afl AlMAntuoky Adref and
l, e n lthe 'th lst.. and
p 1.14I flImatoo would di
1 0 4 tt* e* the lot ; PricT
IsDavid.,d4wI
M lW Ve iooabisaof Kaelpaba, teem
4t+l 4Ir9p of. Vabuble i Jones,
iaaltafaseiiNrsof lo r,wr. and Venable,
ae n& 0C0o., niaal store operuftrl,
IMl tiransatlng business in this' sty
r e sorday.
5S7 w MR.. A. Ulgkr, graduAte of the
00,i Adey of 1le 8ad of Trinity
t oT, VIng l, has 1a*e.
r ow or 4 ltwo puplls. Plano,
41, gling and harmony. For
.llrt GO? a 007 (iasdln attet.
BMice Mi-abel Saohe' departed yes
T 4ay for lt. AugiOAtlie, where she
Rplmalstn a day or two. From ft.
Sub. AsUtIn.. she OXpel. to proceed
u, t "" bw*re s bovth a been aalled on
Ss osmaf the w il1ls *of her brother.
___ '..Ii'13. Phaylor pf h aile sonlhle
MpWU ,h19W cdir|nc whillia itye as 'the
ist of hei brbothel,;. o. l.hauknlght,
,fRi lly.l This atilmable lady has
saa.y frieands i this eity and section
H il llnat'o will be 4elighted to jreet bert
SAfter plant vtlit to his children
(i c64 i!ty., V. ea"to has returned
hiiii hot, at West Palmi Beah. Hil
*t1ads Ire aar glad to learn that he
I 1 I.StppoerLt 1 his new home,.and
4A4.6i he is 0als enjoying xe0ellentl
A. lith.
^i~ bl^ ire. J. Qa p arrived in th elty ye-
a rday tee Savannath. Mr. Carter
prvs o 's tabltlh bhan Immne gen.
I pg stor at i Newbetry. and wenito
Mpl t eorga city 4 or the ptpose oft
b1ylag goods. its will have o* of
a10ta yowg t1 mos( up-odiate stoes in the West


tt*l >M tOneher oft
. the visita rs .


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tailtll .o i. 0. 3,
I(0a his hgap Caailla.
!.l e .pt ac i heater.
faU-. -r*i she will
if O the M ga etof
1^Hilip ot WWistom,
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t pvl+U wihk a 'lett


,. ,.4 L as rs .
iea m~~ar-4 treo a
( a wse-a Worth.


er, tas of the

LI5hIte osa silsted lfi




littioig w to their home
hiears yealesdaii
reat. OI tiasothieril ld
cebsad ig ca basiatesa.




lIt e. tae1d to their howme.
lat, l olverbb. ammer-
Segistered athe trown



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'i Telepalh eoepayel o
il!:oftwil o Ii a.:
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The ubil ordially invited to at-
!ead Sale O l ale .our
19illaisi departimoiens. An
* 4 luster from the Globe
1wtoaPllO01iloiapa of Cineilnatl will
l l ex elusive-u4eand latest
i-toi far [iiad winter apparel' on
tm ber Ithiand lth. iMarou
Allr a brief buineum trip to this
oily, W. J.'Denby of Oeaa returned to
hil home in that cety" yoterday., The
friends of Mr. Denby were glad to
Mgreet him ats hist old home, and truSt
that he and his eatimable wife will
deld4 so locate here again at no dis-
Itformation reached thil city yester-
dai of the death of Mr. M. Forman,
whleh oeourred at her 'bome In Fort
White saome time daring Tuesday
aight. The deeeaid reided for many
ears In Wades and violnity. and her
ntetouts, friedI mand aielualnianees
were Oturprisd so learn of her demlse.
I.C. ,E00nm of Eovnlton hai deolded
to remove So' lagerswpa, ud.o where
he wilt ablke hl.home ii future. Ha-
aestown i iln the center of a large
ap)le growing setIeon, and will em,
bark in the phtule 'and commlulon
bsiisse, mashing apples, a ispeialty,
Hls Flortida friendss wish him much
*aceesi i his nali home.,
The retinr of the taineeiville UUardt
frotM their Manaseas trip Tuesday
day eight had a 'tedenoy to enliven
the ireets somewhat yesterday. Dur-
ing the abeen0e of the boyO there. were
days roeembillg sunday, o far a. the
appearance ofo the treets were eon,
eerunedTbt Trow w t ihoroUKghfares
have aslumed their former activity.
"hel pthi.
clautoin Ala., March 3, al T.'--i r-
t1l9 tlht 1 have beeloo ed:d of kidney
and. blade -trouble by Hlal1 .i(reat
Dieovery (St. louis) and I ean fully
recommend i. RItv. l. i,. Pu I'-t.
A Texas Wonder.
Qne mail bottle of the. Texas Won-
der, Hall'p SOtast Dileorery, oure. all
kidney aud bldder troubles,' removes
g el cres dIabtele, eminall emi*.,
*ione. weak and ltie baiotks rhetma-
tm and all rreguaritlesof the kid.
*y68 and bladder in both men and
ie ulalte bladder troublets in
S t notld t y your drugKi t,
One mall bottle Is two months' .irss.
nat and seldom fails to perfeIt a
toa, irn itW. ijole n1_u,
t o, e t ,o lat. old. by'.ai l
tat ; ; /+: +" i+7 '


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MrP


aere with Calmc AH lili. 7T. J. MoRae of Hawthorn w a bng F
lmmrd*ril( ITo w ftahae t4 s Viltpro to this eity yeOterday.
. p 04 '. i r. I ofAt laiana, ,the o ev '
or Hient-Satore yRal Cook former, er travelinall ONiVtan fur the J. K. Orr ,r
M e IaplK A 1dd re s, TpoMaI V l'fui Sh oe C om pany i1 in t yh e |i t 1 e
a interests of his Ir. Mr., lom roy
11 fllaA!h :lpadawy If Alba, has been ts a btog time coming to hi
.after a pleasans v1ill to hir shiler,, seotlol, as.d Jl one of;lef hlost lporulAr
.. 1'. Cll0n,.thil tuy, haste,- men on th 46il,. 'TT, TI PN P


SurinM to iernosmu.
White spring, anld return Sundays
during oas*ri ria G. A ( it Hy. Nine
hours a springsand return satire day.
Only one dollar. Through cofeh. tf
iRe.. 1.W, King of the hipond Ad.
Veotli OChurch departed yesterday for
slnford, where he will an1111 appoint.
nmeqn$. li expoe to return In time to
illIl hl appointsaent with the (aineos
Tvlllo church Sunday.'
Mnr. W. II. HSibley and charming
dantr, Mils 5jdm, have returned to
theh=l0opie in thli oily from an lx,
0 @nded vilVl to Boston and other
points in the iast. They report a dt.-
lightful and benefl*lal trip.
The friends of Miss Leonora Conm.
way, one of site professional nurses at
the Odd Fellows'lsanitarium, will be
glratlied to learn that she is rapidly
recovering, and will be enabled to re-
saum her professional duties in a short
time.
* Conductor Deunnli of tho Atlantil
CoaIt Liniti hes asumed ehalqe of the
High Npriings-ltra train, relieving
Conductor 1'eake, who will go onl a few
days' leav of absenoe. Captain
Poake's family are now spending a few
weeks in Oeorgia, and It is his purpose
to join them in a day or two.
After an absoeeo of shout two
mon4ti at tho beautiful summer holne,
Palrhope, opposite Mobile. Ala., 31r.
and Mri. Johli W. Ettel have returned
to thit city. They report a most de-
ltighful time, and regret that they
gould not have remained hlnger.
TheirOlaineeville friends, as well as
thoe who- good .fordrtUne it is to "put
up" at the Irown House, are glad to
welcome them home again.








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CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH.


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F. Sl. Itten ti of MIi oluy', ilheb ber
of the Irm of teenn A lieirrl, naval
stores operators, was a ibuiieS vi T'-
Itor to the iqty yesterday, The tfrno;
of 0istevien A ilerrin is ohn of lth1 large*
est in hlilt section, and thlo lnttii'thr s 4
the trin l0rr r-4 'young litltil.
Prof. oliphant, o1m of lthe niewly ap-
polntcd memberA of the, faculty (f
East Florida Steminary, hal arrived in
the oifty from Georgia, and will at once
begin preparations for his department
at the ,ollege. lie comes !igl;ly ric-
ommenidedtl, and it is to e Iwhoped that
lhe will be pleased with his new posi-
tion,.
Col. J. A. Williams and family of
Cedar Key have renpved to the Abbott
plaie. Nurth Gainesville, and will make
this their future home. ('il. Williams
it Is undertood has purchased thills
property and proposes to make exten-
sive impilrovements. lie is an attorney
bly profession, and miny posibly estab.
liih an olflfc here.
'Gus Jernigani of Arcadia, who was
one of the soldiers who went to Manus.
sae with the Gaineiville Guard, is
spending a short lime with his parents
here. lie expects, to make his depar-
ture the latter part of the present week
for Arcadia, where he is engaged in
the jewelry repairing business, and Is
said to be enjo ing a flnn trade.
Wanted--uickly, few penrsons to
represent long establlshed wholesale
hoise among retail merchants and
agenta, Local territory of few ooun-
ties. 4il salary and expenses paid
weekly. Expense Imoney 4vanoed.
(Connimlion ettra. 'erillnaiont en.
gagement. Business sucessful. Pie.
vious experience not essential. Kn,
close .*sel-fadressed envelope. Ad-
I ress, Superintendent Travelers, 3iJ
Dearborn %t., Chicago. dl2t
Justice J. A. J. Strickland of Hague.
one of the leading farmers and Olti-
eas 6of that section, was trading in the
city yesterday. Hlie reports the cater-
pillars and rust stili doing great dam.
age In the Hague neighborhood, and
says he believes the greater part of the
cotton erop will be harvested by the
middle of October. A few acres of
late cotton will come in if not de-
stroyed by rust and Inseets, but this
will amount to comparatively little.
Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement of the Alachua Coun.
ty Abstract Company, which appears
eliewherh in this Issue. This com-
pany very wisely asIserts that title
is what the purchaser pays for when
he buys land, therefore it is well to
know what one is buying. This com-
pany, which has been established for
Illany years. is one of the most re.
liable of its kind in the htat.e, and hus
enjoyed a fine business.
The Bitter Apple hitters Company
of Hattliesburg,. Mi. hanufaeturer
of the famous Bitter Apple Bitters,
has an advertisement i" this iiue to
which the attention of the public is in.
vited. This preparation, notwith.
standing it ihaes been on the market
only a short time,, is gaining a fine
reputation for it virtue, and is dell.
linedto become one of the leading
tonis of the present age. The trade
is supplied in this section by W. fM.
Johnson, druggist.
.J B. Muinulp 'of Jaksonville, their
clever and suoeeoeful traveling sale,
man for the Standard )Oil Company,
wasat the Brown House yesterday.
Mr. Murrillo has just returned from
an extended trip through South Plor
ida, including Manatee River points,
and declares that the prospects were
never better for that section. Thle
groves and farl. are, looking file and
promi, hi magnhiflcent yields the com.
S 'Aeason-. M ey sem 1& to- be pteH
ti l a and as a ruiv the citizen of any
section of South Florida is a happy and
f'oteuted., man.


The.Gai l

... Undert ing Co.

Carry (Iiltl flie Line of
skets m. Co0lln1
Plainest to Finest at Prices to Suit.
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NEW GOODS.

h'Pttainal allbtlet.n tr nil li .itt il a
thl, Ihi ,n1. M ll inil a Iti gr.,lq h or. irt .r1
pirptly attended t. '.


(aine.sville. .



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SMITH'S STUDIO.

Fine Fadeless Fotografs
From I Loket to Lifte Sizit.
IIifh (Grade Copjes a Spe.
cilty.


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THIRTIETH YEAR
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VOL. XXI. NO. 14


iANESTILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904


ONE DOLLAR AYAI


tll.*if .M ..







Y -A PLU UT Of-30,00
Re m T. Cot ^ that Democrats Wit!

a t SeBwe State Senatorm Where-
as They Now Have Only On-Gain
Also In House of Representatives
S: ortind, Me.,. Spt. 14.-The Re-
iablieat f Main- e were successful
I -thei state election yesterday, their
cadida e" for- governor, William T.
O -: of aRocklaund, being elected -by
*: -p.louralttr whlch probably will be
s hiigh as S01h,O This probable
pl rality is _3,0) smaller than that
-by with the Republican ticket was
aiccesft-l l Maine four years ago.
-The Democratle leaders are claiming
that the vote Indicates an increase in
pty stre gthin the state. On the
father hand the Republican leaders had
e lare-d that they expected only from'

Th e com-plete returns Indicate that
t Democrats will have several state
en-atore whereaa they now have only
_c. and that they will make a slight
gai over their present membership in
S the state house of representatives.

EASTERN WAR NEWS

Ite Change Repo rted In Situation
at tseFrant
S Peterbrg. Sept. 12-1:15 p. m.
|1 change is reported in the situation
at t froi at and -o oeafrmation is
ainabl m hee of the reports that
-GaraI Kur6kl Is moving northeast
-of MXukdb ; but the authorftles are
avtdle"e. y more reticent than usuaL

C hina Japan's Ally.
S t. Petersmurg Seipt. 13.-1:10 p. m.
Thb *eprit thaut Chinese troops are
osatrating in the valley of the Liao
tvir are eating considerable concern
e r. The Bourse Gazette thinks it
t eiatfity- probable that the bChinese
.. ver-a.i t will formally propose to
dertake to guard and administer the
tr o- i a tual acupied by the Jap-
Spewe a~.ag: -
this Japan, doubtless will read!-
-- Salmee9. a It will relieve the
I aW". e of guarding her lines of corn
'sRmi I U In other words, regular
e- e b-troops- will become the
itiarite of- the Japanese, and
s-ad the Japanese army thus relieved.
-. the aessalty of protectiu its lines.
Bm .and lantd transports, will set
| cw all the strength of the troops to
.aaglact Russi&. China, thas,
wo:ll beaie actually the ally of Ja*
Sea. If the reports are confirmed.
i t oly* al4 but : other power.
1l:: t tuaernea to show China what
|th 'rts of strict neutrality means"

Reports Denied.
81. Peterbt arg. Sept. IZ.-1:10 p. in
Th- e War ocree authorized the Asso-
S d.ted Press to deam the report circ u-
te- by the Morning Post of Losn-
dea to the effect that 3.L0 men of
e tatenant General Seasalitch's didi-
l-- : a.-- e been captured, and to deny
et: e report that he has been wounded.


-nd also to deny the statement from-
oki-o that dam dam bullets were
ed by -the Russian sat Uao Yang.

THE LENA INCIDENT.

gaetary Morton Receives Report
Sfromt Rear Admiral Goodrich.
W hiangton.f Sept I-Secretary
o -rton today received a report frao
| Wt Admiral Goodrtich. commander
bohiet of the Pacte-fik ett. stating
atlhe had an inspeetlon made yes-
tarW Y of the Russian ship Lena at-
SPtrandesco *and that she was gen-.
tnity Iln eeNd -o repairs.* The- re
^t shows further the nature of re-
vas said to be necessary. but the
>$alais of the nary department de-
uto make this pa-t ot the tele-.
-^ ^puablic. The report has hbeen
the stateU department for


to t1'-.K::r and rachmnery Ot tZe
Lena. accjring tc the naval exerts*
opinion. w:.>n': -i ray'.r* att six
weeks' t'm. The capOain of the ves-
.sel claims tat it need new- boil-
ers. au lIf the rtuest to b. alowed
to put t "e in is granted. no liass
than eigat m-nb'" timne wi!ie re-
quirel to na-e the change. -State
and navy d J',Zrtu offtlcals were ia
conference this mr.-in. and the ini.i-
eatIons -, e t a- t the temporary re-
pairs wou! b a-owea.


ADMIRAL GOODRICH ACTIVE.
Moving With Vigor In Case of Rus-
sian Transport Lena.
_Washington Spt, 1.-A+I:ral
3oodrich. e, Caading the Pac"fic sta-
tion, is moving in the matter of. the
Russian transport Lena with an' en-
zrgy which has earned him the praise
of the navy department officials here.
Without waiting f r special instruc-]
tions or call in into doubt-as to his
power in th- matter, the admiral not
only was the rst to report to !the
government the arrival of the Lena In
San Pranci-co harbor, bnt he subse-
quent!y' detaied one, of his expert na-
al officers to visit the vessel and as-
eertain for himself her exact condl-
tlon as to boilers and machinery. He-
bas reported the result of this iaves-
tigatlon as to bollers and machinery.
He has reported the result of this "in-
ve;tgation to the navy' department in
the form of a telegranr which came
over-night from San Frmncico and was
oper.-1 the flrst thing this morning
by Cptain PIllsAury. the acting chief
of the navigation bureau. The dis-
patch stated that the Lena was un-
questionably in need of repairs, that
her boilers were in bad condition, and
that to make temporary repairs would
occupy a period of six weeks, employ.
Ing the full resources of the San Fran.
elsco machine shops. It was also stat.
ed that if new boilers were supplied,
as Captain Berliasky, of the Lena. de.
aired. the work of putting them in
would occupy no less time than eight
months.
Captain Pillsbury promptly laid this
message before Secretary Morton and
by his direction carried It over to the
state department to consult with Act-
Ing Secretary Adee and Solicitor Pen-
fle!d as to the course to be pursued.
It was the opinion of three officers
that the request for permission to-
make temporary repairs should be al-
lowed. But as in the case of yester-
day's conference on the same sub-
ject it was decided that the final de-
elsion in th!s matter rested with the
department of commerce and, labor.-
which appeared under the terms of
the cIreular of Feb. 13 last. issued by
Mr.-. Cortelyou. then secretary, to be
charged :with thq execution of the newu
trality laws.
A4dmiral Goodrich further reported
to the navy department that he bad
taken precautions to prevent any in.-
terference with the Lena as she lay
In the harbor. and had caused her to
be surrounded by a cordon of torpedo
boat destroyers. This guard will '
serve s double purpose, as it will not!
only prevent anything in the nature
of a cutting out expedition as in the
ease of Ryeshitelni at Shanghal. but
als will serve to Insure the detention
of the big transport until a final un-
derstanding is reached as to her dis-
position.
Minister Takahira called at the state
department today and had a short
talk with Mr. Adee. The minister
having received last night the report
of the vessel's arrival from the Jap-
anese consul general in San Francisco.
he ealIed simply to acquaint the state
department officially with the fact oi
The Lena's appearance in the harbor
of San Francisco., but dil not lodge
any complaint of her presence not
make any demand as to her withdraw.
al. ie assured Mr. Adee that he was
entir ly wnitg to allow fhe United i
States government -to deal with thit-
case without interfernene or sugges
tion from him.


National Laundrymen Meet
-ansas City, Mo.. Sept. 14.-The
laundry men- national associatIon met
today in an annual convention wit h
nearly 500 delegates present, incladng
big delegatioa from Chicago, Lo*a
VMeS. st. Loouk New TIsk a-d PhMa
Akifala^ ^^ p ^^^.*;. : -^


BANDITS HOLD UP


ROCK ISLAm 1AI


Express Safe Blows and

Contents Secured,


POSSES ARS N4

Pazsen3er Train o
Road it Held I
Bandits, Who T4
and Rifle Expresa
Des Molnes, low
bandits perpetrated
up of a passenger
-Iland near Lettis


the


ow IM PURSUIT

n the Rock Island
Up by Seven Bold
eirorize Passengera
i Car.
a, Sept 1t .-Seven
I a successful hold.
train en the Rock-
shortly after mid-


night this morning. The statements
of express men are that they secured
no money, though the safe was blown
open and the contents taken, the oS-
cers asserting that the safe contained
merchandise of some value, company
papers in transit, etc., but no money.
Three special trainson one of which
are posses of railroad and express em-
ployes and a number of officers, were
rushed to the scene of the robbery im."
mediately on the receipt of the news!
going from :Iuscatine. est Libert
and Davenport.
Posse In Pursuit.
Horses were procured from around
Columbus Junction and the chase be-
gun. The mounted men, with blood-
hounds, are now scouring the country
for miles in very direction in an ef-
fort to apprehend the robbers, while
all the people that pages through Co
lumbus Junction or nearby points
from the time of the robbery are be-
ing held up by the officers and care.
fully, inspected by them to ascertain
if the bandits are undertaking to es-
cape In this way.
The engineer and fireman of the
train furnished pretty accurate do
scriptions of of three of the men. The
officials saem to be of the opinion the
robbers when they left the engine 2
miles east of Columbus Junetion In.
stead Lf going into that place, where
the robbery had already been report.
Sed by wire from Fruitland, started of
to the east into the marshy cowktry
lying between the Iowa and the Mis-
sisspp)i rivers. where the lowa forms
a delta and where the country is over-
grown by stunted timber.
SThe robbery occurred at 12:06 at
a place known as Whiskey Hollow, 4
miles out of Muscatine.
Red Lantern Stopped Train.
The train known ase No. 11 is a
through Chicago and Kansas City
train. The robbery was at the end of
a sharp curve and exactly where a
similar hold-up was engineered two
years ago by the Chicago car bars
bandits. The engineer as the traia
rounded the curve saw a red lantern
on the track and immediately stopped
the train. Immediately the engine,
express qar and baggage cars were
boarded by the robbers, apparently
five in number.
Fusilade Fired.
A fusilade was fired along the sides
of the train to prevent the interfer-
ence by passengers. The messenge,
of the express car was compelled to
open the doors. The car safe was
-dynamited and the contents taken. af.
ter which the engine crew was com-
pelled to teturn to the passenger
coaches, the engipe cut off and the-
Srobbers mounting it ran it west
Through Letts. and to within 2 miles
of Columbus Junction, where the en
gine was Jeft standing on the track.
SThe mannerin which the robbery
handled the engine, their knowledge oi
the fact that Letts was a closed sta
fion at night, and the selection, of a
point contiguous to Columbus Juneo
tion. to abandon the engIne, convince
the oMcers that the robbers, or some
of them, are experieanced railroad men

Sues for $20A00 Damuages.
SSavannah. GaL,. Sept 14.---Ia the
eity court Attcraey C. T. Ladaon, ol
AUta filed sutt agalat the At!satle
Coast Uaerailway for Gergmege B
Sor P2,ew damages, redetwe in an
iaoent at DuaRnse, sh to whie
* ela^^ fJ^ t^P? : l* ^ -*' ''- L:':-3'-*^-S-!i


I -. f.-uiaI TIU I C i Iu.
District Deputy Dow Will Call Con-
vention in Gainesville Dec. 13.
District Deputy Grand Chancellor
W. E. Dow of the Knights of Py-
thias, who was in the city Tuedlay en
route to Jacksonville, stated that he
proposed to call the district conven-
tion together in Gainesille on Toes.
day, December 18, when he would ex-
pect ten lodges comprising the distriet
to send full delegations and as many
members as could conveniently ar-
range to be present.
The fifth district, of which Gaines-
Ville is a pan, omprises the lodges of
Gainesville, Bronson, Micanopy, High
Springs, Starke, Waldo. Lake Butler,
Newberry, Archer and Alachua, ag-
gregatig a strong membership. The
firet aI only district convention ever
held assembled in this ity on August
9th of the present year, and proved not
only a most enjoyable, but a beneficial
meeting, as the work was exemplified
in such manner by Mount Vernen
Lodge that it created a great impres-
siou among the visiting Knights. Sev-
eral delegates and visiting members
upon this occasion delivehedaddresses
on floor work and other topics of in-
terest to the order, and all felt that
the evening had been profitably spent.,
It will be remembered that upon
this occasion the members of Mount
Vernon Lodge entertained their vis-
iting brothers so cordially that when
the question of holding the next meet-
ing came up, it was upon motion
unanimously agreed to hold the same
in Oainesville, the date to be fixed by
the District Deputy Grand Chaieellor.
Mr. Dow is an enthusiastic Knight,
and is placing his whole heart into the
work. Be will notify the lodges of
the date far in advance that they may
make proper arrangements, and he
hopes to be greeted by a large number
when the lodge is called to order on
the date which has been arranged.
SAs usual, the meeting will be con-
eluded by a grand banquet, which has
added so meuh to the pleasure of past
occasions by the order. -

TRAGEDY ON TRAIN.

TWO Men Killed. Another Was SerLt


GMRAKIES GO

MARESiR


ieWhit-Ae mApicas b--0t. --
Th rte PassNo .

T nd f-m e- -- j ~ i- --
NEGROES t8OT SO LUJCY

Out of Eight Appicanta *o Ezamnaw
tic oOnly Two uNNPagsig
and Thesee W"' AMwuid T -rtf-
Grade Certificate.
The grading committee appeinped
by Sauperiatendent oloway fo the
examination of papers of appliesatM
for teachers' paiutioms in Alqth-sm
county has made its report. The o-
mittee comprised Mi Kate Toam-
ke ieand Edith Baird and Piot. -.-
DeLand, all of whom hod ist grade
certificates and are teahebers of abil

There were thirteen white appli-
cants, three of whom entered for fit-
grade, one for second grade and the A
remaider for third grade eertifie.
The report shows that the three ap.
plying for t grade, .
E. Melntoeshiand L. W. Deam. wee
successful, while Miss Feaie Minell
received a second grade ertalate.
One applicant retie-d :witht e.-u
pleting the eamination, three faied
and five were gassedthiud tade .ak

Among the eoklwd applisatt t
were eight.ooe beeg f the a t

Only two of these w- e wen
they being awauied thifd gd oiw -
tificates. The failure of ao jS eel-
ored a(plicamts to jan- m he esx
plained by the statement that tiMe 0e
were few experiemeed I teaeh Ag. the
majority never having tiUM t
profemion.- -7
Of the white applieata, it is iad
that all who pased madee e vetaT
erages, and the eouanr is to he eas.
mlated poa the ef cy M
whoowillbe et o-to te~ t


J i ngtthe _chilren he coming --M
oualy Wounded. The Board of Pab1e lateesn will
Valdosta Ga.. Sept. 14.-One of the to ve ert
coaches of the Georg!a Southern and -- -
Florida passenger train, coming from NEWS FROM A-LACWA.
Jaiksonville to this city Monday night,
was the scene of one of the bloodiest Rev. and MrT Fowsier WiH So S
chapters that has been wr;ttBn in the for South Aw aca ir Ni i -s
history of the Okefnokto regions. Alachue, Sept The Ie. F..
In a general melee a white man F4Wier, wie anad ioh as I~
named Jackson Duncan was stabbed, Mr. Fi s eter, Mrs. L W
to death, two negroes were killed- Iim.. .] -Mr. F wler- ited -v
and Marshal Duncan was stabbed la fraog m New Yor < (er ltufe
several places. and either thrown from n A1,. Agnti Si
the train running or fell off. Tha eAin 6 wher4 wey go a isim
men who did the killing, according toaim They ea to y d to
the report, are Charles and Hillary i ezpg 5 qa
Altman. who reside near Baxter. Fla. he .1460 o their i t fO -
The killing was the result- of a' e -. r.a1-
roT pre a 3e the TeBl Jo ela held. Mr. Fowler dd tid 1wo
row. preceded by a .long period a
bl feeling between the Dun ean, g t.:
who are prominent naval -store men, hl o nd h r m
and the Altmans and ather efes tsof
that plae. who tppear to have been
resentful cf the development wich __ i rn a a hle
the 0 til an, the mill had brought to
that action of the country. The m.
Duncans have stated here a number a toth -e
of times that they were always having
trouble with their neighbors, who ee th ee
persisted in trespassing upon their av ta tt c
landft. adraa*$p-te eebL
The traly caused great exc-tet T a
-ment ip thai section of the state. Trial W l4i_
__ -__ ~ Owing to the iutaliliy of etheita
Hooked 400-Pound Shark, to seere witaemas, th eli
| loorehead City, N. C., Sept. 14.- hearing of Israel Deey of. An .ar.
The larges shark ever landed at this ebaaed with the Ineeao wf and at
place was caught a few days ago byI whiskey, lhas been ptp~nil ta.
W. C. Clark.c of Covington, Ga., G ad day.
it wVeighed 4 piouznds. The mamw ansy it will be f uot
moth man-eater was towed in to *
whf sad bhad to be Mfted from the -
water witt a derrick. He was caught ,
with a steel hoop attached to .hhea__ ti- '
me, and beeaks the record In polat e T he
tof lse r aytng of the kind ev- M-
ainght on0 thi ist.

seuistr "swa Aurrivsu.
N New York, Sept A e ,Bert Dow- ^ primer win
ean EniltedStates aL^t toVenzue- uav lga aK*. -^,
l., arrived here toda from Careaas.
Mr. Bownt said he was home on lesar s ^Sq
of -b~c -d neded rat. He .ami -
tthe c11 at Veeea ad As-
Uc^kI^ #y* to tin balth thb


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Ii stilt the
Ltkefern ii


d****rage-sex or
INC,
wee of the grand*
lal as well as the
H, eer noted in the
m of the commit- .
-, made another
bemo., with the
aiore dollars were
o defra, expenses
, advertiaing, ete.
ii states that with
sss the citiseas and
pe cheerfully sub-
-1and the eomm!at-
fear but that the
walbe severed, al-
e"t a few dollars


ingl system of advertising,
twhftb*ek was mae in The
aFk taking m~~-ore effee-
mwvsraatidipated, though the
0e av@ertsisng felt that it
s gSd thing. The checks
i* duplieate and distributed
atite toh try. Zpfders of
il to required to register
e e .-aie -when
tatti nmber both origi-
dupfiaste, and record your
ijty dotellas In gold will be
ic lielders of the numbers
r piss Th Ast prize will
will oceur at
l n it eaternoon aid-
4 1 k V numbers, as they
may secure the cash


Wegedan elegant pro-
uas, wna d Chairman u MeArthurr
Me ea"""ttee, "and pro
eple ho& ome here for a good gtime,
~b h e- o les,-ell. Tho ex-
i everything tm-
of 4n athlete order, and will
eie w th- an ex itting baseball
ae I two teams at the
prk. #e sw not yet decided what
t wa beseered to play against
)Gaiaeillei~ht the people _ay rest
sBed tt "teams_ wini bew il





destreus weih thae reslti tha rest
d t a buM,

tosa is forgig right ahead in this d-
"e*atte elW.Wttw- M.
sit af j ft. Brown. three of rthe
mtss pre snve eitieenrof that see-
ab" d


a. resting handsome and,
esdenes, whieh, when


mod-
com-


I, wil tbs a credit not oay to the
eraet hat to the entire section.
Tmenuer in the vicinity of Evinston,
rhbeis one of the most fertile sec-
enin the oanty, are preparing beds
Splaring, and isavnd tiohs are;
ha therewillbe a large acreege the
sp ea.^ Zviston is als the
lea- who age i a position to know
tae -thma re will be an extensive
MowA Inkbot taloupes and water-

At i O I- I. lb
ol he frequency of visitors


ndad tee, -htmeome
i a es w aniEhskyea-
hfalita*r 11||Ming iia keep ii
..S^'. *ads^^^^^^^t'... fedUiS^ef t ZatS^ *P-


A feeling oecinrity and free-
&mi feicms xiety pervades the
rnie in whic Hamlis_ Wiz-
ard Oil is kept constantly on








t tv Of attack
.-an -a. ad rents kw that iStub
cint it 'What ever the
troUble--is l iard O;,-rives
away. the. 2P= at once and
tw te ds quickly a attack.
of hceadache, eraclie; tooth-




amchea ad ore that; Pc st50.
R- s b-ongh -aam.set
bor&e on acold.a It hee ls
t the pain atd of con-ce
ehe de25c qikly .

lamlins Blood and Liver Pills
daoaway with the ills and dis-
mortof s tf.i They
act v yand eectiveY.


A -JUDSON WEDDING.
Twice Married, Mr. Benefield Tries
Matrimony Again-Other Notes.
Jud sIon,Sept. 13--Irs J. Carter de-
parted yesterday for Savannah and
may go to New York to buy a stock of
goods. He will open in Newberry in
the .-Vaughn building, north of the
warehouse.
Eli Benefeld was married yesterday
to Mrs. Isadora Watt at Double Sink.
The ceremony was performed by R. S.
Tucker, a notary public. He says this
was the first couple he ever tied to-
gather in 4-he bonds of matrimony.
There waa large crowd present to
witnesiit. Mr. Benefield is about 60
years old and has been married twice
before. Mrs. Watt is about 45, and has
been-married onee before.
The- Bartren. school is over, and the
teacher, Mr. Montgomery, departed
for his home Monday.
Dr. .0S. Clyatt, who haA been very
seik for the past week with typhoid
fever, we are glad to say is improving a
little and it is to be hoped will soon be
able to be up again.
Farmers are busy now gathering corn
and cotton. The cotton, however, will
soon be out, as the caterpillars de-
stroyed the top crop.


.Read This.
Clanton, Ala., Mareh 3, 1S97.--I cer.
tify thatI have been ea.ued of kidney
and bladder troubles by Hall's Great
Discovery (St. Louis) and I can fully
recite. -Rned. B. R BPor.&s.
A TamS Wonder.
ne mall bottleof the Teas Won-
der, Hall's Great Diovery, cures all
Kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes.eseminal emis-
sios. weak and lame backs. rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the. kid-
aeys and bladder in both men and
women, relates bladder troubles ian
children. If not sold by your druggist,
will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months' treat-
ment and seldoi] fails to perfect a
sae. Dr.Ernest W. Hall, sole manu-
facturer, P.O. box 6209 St. Louis, Mo.
Send for testimonials. Sold by all
druggi-s, _
He Toted a Pistol .
Deputy Sheriff L. Martin of New-
berry, one of the most eleient officials
in the county, arrived in the city Tues-
day, having in eu dyames H. itch-
e, wo was convicted in Justice Fort-
son's cort pon two eargei -arr



ki- or three ats.i
Set -.i.g the *"herewith" to pay
biemnf eat of bondage, Mitehell will
be emapsbd to sam Nine moths nmi
.- -. f wM ta_ e to Datr,
byA O artiBai th aftermeon.

la Ile IM .kBl nobody k t ws,
_. d-at tit ie mier stA"
h --- that -a_ -m ..ifUy,
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ANOTHER FOX r A .ML
NobI* Amat of Sheriff o ew ad Di
E otra Dy Fumishing Sport.
Tbe fine fox cnught by Sheriff Fin.
nell and his deoga few days ago about
two *iiles east-of the city, which was
b rouht to this city, released on .the
following day and subjected to another
severe ordeal in the fox-ehaing line,
did triple duty before is was killed, as
early Monday morning the animal was
again --turned loose on :the ort
Gainesville rock road. A number of,
friends of the genial sheriff, both ge'n-
tlemen and ladies, were waiting for
the exciting experience, and they were
not disappointed, eirhe the festive lit-
tie animal gare them all the excite-
ment hey were looking for for a eou_-
ple of hours, finally bting run down
and killed. The animal was captured
by Sheriff Fennell- dogs about two!
miles; nor:h of the city, at what is
known as the Derils Wood Yard.
Among the particeipantsin:this chase,
and who enjoyed it most immensely,-
was His Honor Mayor Thomas, who-
demontrated that he was something of
a "rough rider" himself. Others who
participated state that the oeeasion
was as enjoyable as it was exciting, ,
and they have no regrets to make.
FIRE AT EVINSTON.
BaMh of H. D. Wood and Mrs. Evins
Was Destroyed by Fire.
H. D. Wood of Evinston was among!
the visitors to this city Monday. MIr.
Wood and Mrs. Evins, his mother-in-
law, who have been occupying the
same barn, had the misfortune to lose
the building by fire Saturday night,
together with all contents, ineluding a
quantity of hay, cora, and a fine mule
valued at $200. The :ggregate loss
was about $.800.
The origin of the fire was not known,
though Mr. Wool states that he be-
lieved it was caused from rats gnaw-
ing matches which had been dropped a
day or two preceding by a colored
farm hand.
In his endeavor to extinguish the
flames Mr. Wood had the misfortune
to severely burn both hands. Dr. U.
S. Means of Me3ltosh was summoned
and dressed the wounds, and the vie-
tim is now considerably improved.
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup. for children teething. It
soothes the child. softens the guams,
allasy all pain, cares wind colie and is
the besAremedy for diarrhoea. Twen-
i7-five cents a bottle. O


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BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL


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For len
Who cannot- Cme to the
city when in need of
clothes we make a spc-I
iaity offitting-you at your
home. We carr-y the i,1
nest makes of Clothing,
Hats, Farnishings and
Underwear, and no mat-
ter what your size "s,
stout, slim or short,

We Can Fit You.

SOLE AGENTS FOR

MANHATTAN SHIRTS,
STETSON HATS,
CARHARTT OVERALLS.


For Ladies


who dO not find it an
vement to come to the
city, we make buying an
easy task by sending to
-your homes two or three
styles of garments to se.
leet from. We carry
.SHIRT WAISTS,
SI.RTS,
LEADING CORSETS~

AND UNDERWEAR.


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can


Our Boys' iDepD


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except shoes.


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ABSTRACT & RHAL iCOM

fzaa.ooz*poxatedL1
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Abetracts of Title and fall information furnished regarding ila is
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years sal
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.


FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AMD INDEMITY INSURANCE. 4
enting a number of prominent Americ an ad Elifh eumpsai-s.
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ST Time unalihWted. Mail course tree. Wri etodaye "
Positions for all graduates, cheap board, finest penman in Florida. Ura
Shorthand. Touch Typewriting. Send for special offer for Fall term. Th i
mand for our graduates exceeds the supply. Individual instrueaion to alI
dents. Be sure and address us as follows: "
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n aogls Forty Sonsde of th
*uien of *OO Each, bust to.
STho usmie Bd di tePopety

ri saufsuii with tb advertise-"
a Qblu48eA in Tht SmB, forty
h.r the Rp las Lumber 0Cm-
o f Puitle Creek, whili? went
Sh***d* et a receiver enveul
AlahiiSgstirfek masi od ntpab
-te las1t maon, wer sold In
t o e eeart house door in this
Men ay atI o~'eloek lby P M.
retl atiB 5O^^lceo&trP "
heat heads, which were valued at
sQmii, were held by Datton & Co.
sellatrel seearity on money ad-
BNgitot Bipesola Lruaber Cent-
yfor opetive expenses and other
poeM-Mt and were bid in by Attor
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.
Dr. Thacher' Lier and Blood Syrup
bas been used in thousands of homes for
fifty-two years with perfect confid-ece
a-d. the nost remarkabe rests. t t.
great successof this remedy is due
to the fact that its formula (which con-
sits of Buchn, Hydrangea, Mandrake,
YellowDock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla,
Getian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium)
tbaseen freely published.
Doctors and Druggists everywhere do
not hesitate to recommend a preparation
which they know contains the bet-
known remedies for correcting all irrg-
ularities of the Liver. Kidneys or Blood,
and the diseases caused by the failure of
these functions to perform their proper
woek.
Thousands of sick ones to whom life
has been a burden have written grateful


W._-W W. BmB On mor DaVW .u -n letters that others might profit y tneir
.Bloos, Gao., o. 13. experience.
a It, at the public Sale, was warning terribly with iai. tion aad
m Jasses lolderof RoehelleW fr iy t e aet to auy eit form
t of As he seat me a package of Dr. Thscber's
E. S li of Palas, p t of ie-and ood Syrap I concluded to try it,
Sbast lorlas Savings sad Trusat ow am deeply gratcfat tomny drggt
..n T pr -a I bad been a sufferer from these thing aad
t the n of Dr. Wg. ee, ao ition for ten ye
iad It is i ertOd that the plant, other medicines. Bt after using not quite two
whih Is- aluabe one, will ben P caof o Live r and Blood Syrp feel
Spea ie in a short time. r satised at I am entirely cured. I feel
:'-3:--~~~os -s-.. -- -- whatever of kid*a trouble- sad
is as good a any ling man's.
ROBBERY AT MICANOPY. =a n w eat whatever I hoote.
^I-- ad herad antyremedy give meiuch quick
and t relief, and Ivan not put a cor-
M-arket Broke- Open and Meat and Met etiumate ou t e value your medicine t
Ma" et ena Tool Soe- bem tole. I would ort take any amount of
"7:-- --: 7+ +: ftu f ^Ta S0Otftf,, -- oney'forit. VyryrtifaUyyow,_T -
Parties auruivg in this city f money (CWit. Very f,,
isnopy Tuesday brought informa- fpwI.a a m a. wn e ri afcerafo
Matoi. the leet that the m-arket of f s.
iW- o5 odA M ill. was broken into e. e e f oer s-
Mia-ay Nt~,~and a large quantity of wr -iIr (rs--tw- atee-a5
frhbeef t other meats wa taken fam_+ CH "
away. Therb bers not content with
ridding the establishment of its -
ist su-pply of meats and compell- HE LIKES ARKANSAS.
I g the residenetsof that town to mas-L __ ..A
tia tough bet for breakfast Tue-Former Alachua County Boy is Doing.
day maraing, had the -udaeity to .
th-e" o-- l, o f--.. .t buh- eWell m Farmirg in That State.
^-_twipe. -he tools _of the butcher, -
Smpriinwrg knives, spikes, etc., and Among those who paid Gainesville a
they were compelled to cut what was vst Monday was S.L. Canuon of Ar-
f with their pocket knives. This kansas.
mightbe termed adding insult to in- Mr. Cannon was born and reared in
+ y.-- the West Enid, near Yu'ar. but about
Another story from Micnopy is to efve y$ars ago decided that life and
the :~eet that a-negro entered the money was too slow in this section.
. yard .of Mrs. Knox in that town Sat- He had read the alluring crop reports of
urday ghIt. The Iady noticed the Arkansas, had noticed the handsome-
form nehingby ce of the windows Pietures in colors of pretty brooks and
etside, a d with commendable brave. expansive meadows as issued from the.
ers t etolas went into the yard various railroad advertising depart-,
-a Ld oLdeofS m to Ileavr The ments- aud decided that Arkansas-was1
-. egro ei ed with the command, the place for a youug fellow full of I
_b Mr XKnox in the darkness, was life and vigor aud vun. Aecordingl]
unable so-reognize"im. he decided tosettle in that State, with
:. : : :_ -. : .-.the resue t that he bought a ticket to1
A fBo Witd Ride ForLife. "Earle, a small village in the midst of a.
With fawil around expecting him progressive and fertile country, twen-
-t- 44, and ason riding for life, IS ty-six miles from Memphi., where the
zaibteto get Dr. King's New scov- raging isstssippi flows and overflow,.
e- r coasuaption. coughs and- eolds, He secured a tract of land and went to
-W I Brown of iLeesvile, lad., en- work with a will, with the result that
dred de-aths agonies from asthma ;in this short period he has aecom-
-tish wondefal medicine gave in-_ plished wonders.
s- ftaliefand soon ured him. He Mr. Ca-non now has a farm com -
write: "I w'sleep, soundly every prising nearly eight hundred acres,
ht." JLikeniarvelou cures of con- the most of which lies in a fertile val-
action,; pfteumonia broehitis, fley. From this land he is enabled to
@Ow d -at 0olfs and grip prove its raise a bale of cotton to the acre, and
-less merit1- for throat and thinks nothing of harvesting from
-Isu.aateed abottlel rg fty to e.venty-five bushels of corn to
a_l_- _ _-. the same area, with everything else i.n
Arriva o N*- proportion. F
A tor-ew Famity, Couse Ilove my home and my
-- r.a E-Mr. (o.P. Long and f.m- -people," remarked Mr. Cannon, "but
y_ wheh-ave been for a number of I want to tell you that in Arkansaw I
year residing in Lake City, have re- am living in the heart of one of the
movedtoGainesville, and will make finest agricultural sections in the
this --- tr fetuie home. Mr. Long, world. We can and do grow any-
Sra tl woodwoke and thi imaginable, andthe farmers are
a+ mof it and experienUee in -this prsperous and happy."
directn, haprmIasedan interest in Mr. Cannon, after a ;isit to relatives
h 0ainevile Planing and Coffin in the West End for a few days longer,
Py, whre he will be employed. expect to return to his Arkansas
h-e peopl of-iesile welcome hima home. His appearane gives evidence
and hisestimabe ami'tly, tu st of roperit-y.
they- w llbe well pleased with their --."

Fearful dd P Again-st Him. Fortune Iu GIESENG.GOLDEN SEA-L ad
B- edddeti, *ln > d SEX&A. ah valuable medical plnut. Zasle
aB a and destitute. Thrown and harty throubous te tV. S. Always
e..- 8ewasm e....est.t., e.1 rey mrkaHetBand demnaMd Iaeriweaa. Room
-^ : +. th--e condition of an n yur garden to grow thousand of dollar'
_by the name of J. J. us.1 worth.. wese roo* a seed. lant in tan.
with- I d diseases and neitw h- to Dep o w.. oJmU. Mo.
Card of Thanks.
I~pt imo- hi fce in ^ Mr. and Mrs. A.STaylor. desire to,


now e tese Pm expvetwVank to thi.trienduswno
on oewere so faithful and loyal to them
f r l and kI t d uring the recent illness and death of
all brmse of omach a their little daughter, Sylveste? Walk.'
Only 0S. Gr p, and beg to asare them that their
S'kindaems will newer be forgotten.


I


Itev. Ths. P. Hay of the First Pres-


byterian Churef oftfiiating. A large
number of sorrowing friends follow-
ed the remains to their last resting
place in Evergreen cemetery. -
To the bereaved parents and family
The Sun, with other friends, extends
sincere -ympathy.
S100 reward, S100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is' at least
one dreaded disease that scien-ce has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh- Cre
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires aeon-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu-
tion atd assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that
they offor.one hundred dollars for any
case that it Tails to cure. Send- for list
of testimonials.
Address F. J. Crx Yr & Co., To-
ledo. 0.
Sold Iy al d raggists. 75e.
Take Hl's Fsamiy Pills for consti-
Spation..


T FT.F. TOUAS



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FULL LIE OF

NEW GOODS


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SIX HOURS IN JACKSONVILLE

Train Win be Made Up at Ocala, Will
Run Via Gainesvillse,Alachua and the
Jlacksonville and Southwestern.
Wouid;rve Convenient..
Division Superintendent H. A.. Ford
of this eity and Generst Manager
Kenley of the Atlantle Coast Line.
with headquarters in Wilmington, -.
C., went Tuesday over the- Jackson,
ville and Southwestern railroad, the
newly acquired possession of the At-
lantie Coast Line, on a tour of inspee-
tion.
While ,nothing definite can- bei
learned, and railroad people wilt
neither dt ay or affirm the report, it
has been ri.mored in this section for
several days that the Coast Line in-
tended at an early date to inaugurate
a daily service between Oeala and
Jacksonville, via Gainesville, Alachua,
Lake Butler and the Jacksonville
and Southwestern railroad. The par-
pose of the company, it is understood,
is to leave Oeala about 6 o'clock a. m.,
passing Gainesville about 8 o'clock and
arriving in Jaekonville about 11
o'clock. Returning, the train would
leave Jacksonville about 5 o'clock,
reaching Gainesville three hours later.
This would be an excellent arrange-
I ment for people residing at Oaia,
(Gainesville and intermediate points.
as the round trip could be made in one
'da~ with six hours to spare in which to
trinsaet business in Jacksonville.
Jnder the present schedule, passen-
gers to Jacksonville via the Atlantic
Coast Line from Gainesville and other
points on the Florida Southern di-
vision are compelled to lay over in
that city two nights and a day if any
business is transacted, and this train
would relieve this difficulty.
Death of Little Girl.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Taylor, South Oak avenue, sympathize
with them in the death of their ten-
year-old daughter, Sylvester Walkup,
which sad event occurred at their
home Sunday evening, at S o'clock,
with "spinal meningitis and malaria,
after an illness of one week.
Friends were constantly at the bed-
side during the illness of the little
girl, and everything possible was done
to revive her, but death had claimed
its victim, and came to relieve hersuf-
ferings.
The funeral was held from the reside
(dence at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon,


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Thee ar our ,ecIaltle. sad ,ae the BST goods on the 4Atm
the money. - -
Remember, we pay the freight on these goods and IM your or.est a
Lay as received.
Rye, Corn and Gla, $1.75 per gal Ion. No stra tharg for JUg '
The.e -oods are not -vere e .._.


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CHARLES


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--EALERS ts-

Whiskes, Wiems
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JACKSONVILLE
PFLORIDA,


Exporper t ,bbl 1 dor, *11; per do:. 41.25
Blue Jibbon, per bild, 10 doz, 12: per doz, 4$1O
Jug's Sbcium ti Rd le emr.
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pay freight or express charges
following liquors:
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he teWhisky Li:
S4fullquars. ..... .50
12 fullquarts......1
BSLURS MONOGRAM, 10Yemas O
4 fallquarts4....... 4 20-
12 fall quarts ..... .12
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F _r Vice-Presdent -
HENRy^-- --Y 0. DAVIS -

SIted States Senator,
RES P^ pTALIAFERRO.
Member Conere?, 2nd Istrict,
CLARIi
Fresetll Eleetor
---: : - .BAILEY .
'. -A. JENNINGS
"-.... C. B. KOOSC-E.
A. U. NEWTONY.


S APOY LEONL B. BBOWARD.
-e ry of :State.
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^-'n.. M..... ... . ..
Com ptro ler .
g- ^- A -. C. ROOM_ .
State 1ressu r e

Mblatepdent otPiMble Instruction,
W. )f. BOLLLOWAY.
SConn~iessomer of Agricnlture,


JOB?( L. MORGAN.
rJ~e~ bprawe CourtM Sir Years,
U. PENWIOK TAYLWOB
Justi~ee. seCou
u&a iR s. OOCKRUiL


Representatives,
3. A. ROSBOROUGH*,
O. M.L TILLMAX.
County Judge,
H. G. Mason.

L W. FE^SELL,
Clerk Circait Court,
S. H, WIENGES.


: .-:i :- Tax Assessor, -
W. W. COLSON.
: -axC-lect_.

pe" ten nt of Publi Insfct on
D. : . K. LLEY.




W. H. OBERISON.
SA3M COXTOX.M





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bes a g at iM eaa e with New-


ethe rath owf wthe preset day of
pgh sad eaterpise we desire to call
attention to the man&j advantages for
whih Aiaesha county is o justly
oted; _bU by way of parethesis we
thilk that we are aa people sleeping
over our rights when we fail to let
the world know who we are and what
are o great resources. The peopIe
of this county compare with all the
other people of any county, and as a
rule are selfrespecting, induotrious
and God-fearing, hospitable. whole-
toole9, and welcome all new cormers
who cast their lotwith them. Hence
wecai assure all who come among us


form. roaa imshe 'who are known
him and who have worked with him-
and but brief experience is needed to
impress is sterling worth, his frank
and open fealty, his roast anua an-
compromising manliness-the heartfte
-wish goes forth along the !ower
strewn pathway of the honey m:noon, hat
-"The night shall be filled wi -s a
And the cares that infest: Th day
Shall fold their tents like the Arabs
And as silently steal sway."

CONSTITUTIONAL CLUBS.

There is no class of. men with a -i-
cerer regard for cOnstitutional 'zovern-
meot than the lawyers. In e-ry eo'u-
frrhon thi hike ti


with a hearty welcome. Our resouree; "' "w Z 'e" e "a -K
are may. We are possessed of a large sembling a constitution-whether a
area of arable stands of the best qual- written instrument orterogn7d ys
ity,suitable for there growing of almost tern-the lawyers have been its hef
any product. This vast area of good defenders. It is at least their due to
farming lands is so widely dissimiat- Yh this much. In the United States
ed inthe coaaty thatit will notb l po- from the beginning of the government
sible in this article to embrace every the lawyers have never failed to serve
portion of the c ty, for, in fact. their country in every gr-at emnr.
there is no precinct or station of the gency. And ,t -is so now. They hare
county bat which has its advantages, started in New York a movement
or staeon what is known as the which should spread over the country.
ge, orback bone of the Sate, an- They have oiganized a Parker Consti-
ning north and soth through the coun- tutional Club and its membership is
ty, is admitted to be the most fertile made up of the most prominent and.
body of land in the State, being largely patriotic members of the profession
-hammock land, and suited to the Mr. lRosevelt is strongly disproved. It
growgof cropawell adapted to this- is believed that his election would re-
latitude, h orn, cotton, pota- sut in a one-man despotism which
toes oats rye sugar cane, rice, sor- would be most disastrous to therepub-
ghtm, eyItava,, piadars, and every va- lic. The New York Post says that the
riety of fruits and vegetables, such as club intends to go fully, thoroughly
cabbage, oeumbers, cantaloupes, to- and impartially into the record of
matoes, watermelons, strawberries,I President Roosevelt. It promises to
egplant, ealiower, onions, peas, deal not in generalities, but in facts,
bean, peaches pears, plums, I oransand the;. will be presented before the
beans, peaches, pears, plums, oranges,e
etc. voters in such a clear and comprehen-
iow with this county possessed of ive way as to show the radical depar-
these advantages, we think that with ture President Roosevelt has made in
the vast area of fertile lands which are a number of executive actions and the
not now being cultivated, it would be extreme danger, as the club considers
well for to a move on and let the it, of intrusting power to an executive
world know of us and the great ad- of hi temperament. -
vantages of our country. We suggest James C. Carter is the president of
that our people get together and call the club, Wheeler H. Peckham. John
a meeting ofall to consider ways and E. Parsons, Joseph Laroque and John
means to show what we possess and G. Carlisle are the vice-presidents,
what we have for the outside world. William Church Osborn is the secre-
We suggesta convention of the peo- tary, and the treasurer is William E.
ple this winter for the purpose and Curtis. On the executive committee
hop that our suggestions will meet are William B. Hornblower, Francis
with the hearty co-operation of every L. Stetson, John G. Milburn, Howard
loyal citizen of the county. Let us Taylor and James W. Gerald, Jr.
get together soon. Headquartefs are at 15 Broad street.
Every man whose name is men-
WALLACE STOVALL'S MARRIAGE. tioned has a national reputation for
-ability, learning and probity, and the
Wallace Fisher Stovall, president of sole purpose of the present movement
The Tribune Publishing Company and is to preserve the government as it
manager and editor of that excellent was designed by the fathers. Let the
paper, The Tampa Morning Tribune, work sprad.
was married Thursday evening at --A --- _TX
Tampa to Miss Faye Claude Adelle RAILROAD TAX.
Stokes, one of Florida's most lovely
ertrThe question as to what extent the
-hra .c railroads-of this country may levy a
If-thee ever an employer held tax upon the people is oe that is now
in high esteem by those under him, it underdisession, and one so intimate
* ir Wllh and dring his b-* underdiscussion, and one-so intimate-
is Wallace Storall, and during his ab- cnet c i
senee City Editor D. La. ly connected with the combined inter-
br ity Eiton o n D. L ests of all the people that it Js well to
bright hs taken oo asion to express take into consideration. We find that
mselinthellowing.beautifl lang- The Wall Street Journal, one of the
"In the s:red solemnity of this able financial papers of this country,
"In the sacred solemnity of this in a recent issue in discussing this
event, bringing with it a happiness la > e t isse indiscussing this
event, bringing with it a happiness matter shows that this tax is in vol-
richly deserved, it is not inappropriate er s tax is in ol
that the undersigned, who has been etwie great a all the eom-
associated for over five years with Mr. bned rerean of the we -think it
Stovalain the making of The Tribune, ment and from magnitude we think it
hould take the opportunity, in his deserves the consideration of those in.
senme, to Voicethosekindly sentiments autoty.
aetehto evoirde good wishe. which We, likp Th Wall Street Journal,
and those ordil good wishe whih think that this question should be cou-_
are entertained by each and every em- trolled the governmental; yet e do
ploye who has. labored, under his es- ot tin t ha th government; s d
bnemed leadedhip, to itsake The Trisc- own the railroads. A safe and just ad-
bne ered to its et and its see- fustment of this question can be ar-
tion. r~ved at in another way, one of which
"If ever mortal man merited the i mothe wyo e o
ri~est blessigs in the mo-t liberal is to empower the Interstate Coin-
measure, The Tribune's founder and erce Cmmisstou with foll authority
director is that man. Through years to say, after a fu investigation
in which thereturns for effort were not sha be the proper tax imp
always worthy of the toil applied, in by the railroads.
which discouragement and misfortune R e d h y
were frequently encountered and ever Republicans admit that they need
difficult to overcome, with an industry the next House to help them carry out
unflagging and a devotion undiminish- their plans. They claim that if it
ed, he strove to create an entetprise should happen to become Democratic,
that would repay his labors and at of which there is a very fair prospect.


thesame time prove source of pride the Senate would head off any un-Re-
ta himself ad to those within the eir publican legislation it might inaugu-
eleof its aiBlence. When the greater rate. Onthe otherhandif the Hose
part of his aim was -acomplished and is Demoratie, it will be in a position
hehad begun to reap the rewards of tohedoff un-Demoeratie legislation
dearly bought es, there were oth- comingfrom the Senate. It is a poor
ershadowthat ntervened to beloud rule which will not work both ways.
the lstre of his achievement. How The trouble is the Republicans want
these were disolved an the .shine the whole hog, all the time-ehair-
agai brought foth, i w tothose uakip of all the important ommit-
h- htees aad ndall the elerkshil.
who .e to hint, have witnessed and tee sad all the clerkships.
rti pated in hi trials-andhis tri-
mps. The reported interview with Gov-
ISo, now that s away upon his ernor Jenigs n a Omaha newspaper,
wedding joearaey shared by the lovely in which he is qoted as saying that
woman of thi e~hoie, it is fitting tha e Prke* old telegram to the St.
the seem and regard inspired by LoUis sowRtioS was a fake, that
yean of atmate aequaiatneehip udgaftaBr never woNW or cemt the
b-th te areap,. series o bt r e"lf a take.b

lb,4 "s uabli


A prominent Southern lady, Mrs.
Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells .how
she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain3
ful and irregular periods by the use of

Lyda Pinkhams Vtal Compoun
"DEAR. MRs. PI'SArL :-Gratitudecompels meto acknowledgethe
great merit of your Vegetable Compound. I have suffered for fouryeta
with irregular and pai l menstruation, also dizziness, pains in the lac
and lower limbs, and fitful sleep dreaded the time to com e whi
would only mean sffering to me.
.Better health is allI wanted, andcmre if possible. j:...":
b 's Vegetable Compound brought me health and happiness
few short months. I feet like another person now. My aches and sa
have left me. Life seems new and sweet to me, and everything seea
pleasant and easy. .
"Six bottles brought me health, and was worth more than monta
under the doctor's care hichreally did not benefit me sat alL I e
isfied there is no medicine so good for sick women as your Vegetabe
Compound, and I advocate it to my lady friends in need of medi Il
help "-mas. B. A. BLA NsMARx 42% Broad Sty NaJilevil7. A
When women are troubled with irregular, suppressedor pain lmnm itr '
tion, weakness, leucorrune, displacement or uleeration -of the wna ett
bearing-down feeling, indammation of the ovaries, backache, (oati-n 4s
atuleace), general debility, indigestion and nervo prostration, or arei
with snuc symptom S as di" ness, faintree. 1.
situde, excitability, irritability,
.- -"want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, blues- sa
slrplessess mea oy, **a
hopelessness, they should remember there iatwer
tried and true remedy. Lydia E Pinkhm -
Vegetable Compound atce reM veC s sae k
troubles. Reftse to buy ay other diine, ,B_
-you need the best.
A Severe Case of Wmb'rTubile Cure

D EA M PIKHAir :-I have be
cured of severe female tronbes by
the uwe of Lydia lB Pai bot
Vegetable Compound. I -
nearly ready to give up, but "eag
your advertisement I purchased oe bott
a O..of your medicine, and it did me so IA
oodthat I purchased another, and the result was so stisfactor that I
ougt six more bottles, and am now~eeling like a new woman. IdsbsB
ever be without it. I hope that my testimonial wil convince a m~
that Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine in the w r j
for iof the womb or any other feman t

fleeuter, eywma is cgwtiy taite f. wU. ta tfci
Pinklam if there is ythi about her s t a
aerstaad. Her addrMess is Uyun, M ,
Iifse lygivTen toeveryaia wea wblukafuS.

In its column of political gossip The! There is the usual talk amogRepabl
Washington Post says the indictions j lican politicians about restri-a .
are strong, that Thomas Watson, the migration when the next s isaIoa
Populist candidate for president, will' Congress convenes. It is one of -tiA
work under Republican auspices and things which is always going to bedeiS-
at Republican expense. It is known but i4a never accomplished. UI WSAM
that members of the Republican Na- safely be said that the Replii
tional Committee in States where the -+arty neither wishes net ier-in1
Republicans want the Popnulists to restriet immigration. And yer3 I-
draw from the Democratie strength known that $O,0/0-T0 are sas i5
had copies of Watson's itinerary oa sent from this country to the l..
the stunmp some time ago and before it world to enable its in habiltants tl-ii
became public. These committeemen igrate. Look at the figres for i1E
indicated where they woald like Wat- year: Of those who aaged to
son to speak and revised his itinerary the restriction barriers there wm.b
to suit their own purposes. I: ioks 136,O3 Hussians: 20,01l A
very mch as though Watson anid Tib- and 230,822 Italians.
bles would beaetive allies of the Be- ...._
publicans in every State where there -S
i aa possibility of doing any harm to Addicks annotaues that his
the Democrats. But they will net ia Delaware are defeated aad
count for mceh. 1; ia not really ex- Roosevelt will have a majority
peeted that they will eaunt for aay. 4,f.v It remnds one of J oh
thing one way or the other. Watson t *
as a grude and the Hon. Thoma nx re port i e hg-st as h s
Tibbles is a alliterative dyspeptic. office: "By a sudden jerk we._+


our back in contact with thabed
The present iatications go to show printiar press. Thertziag hts


that the cotton crop will be small in
compariso to what the indications
were even tn. days gu. From every
tection the report is that disease and
worms have destroyed ad are destroy
ing the crop. There is o reason for
the p e low price of otton, and we
again waia the t amer that to OW
sellfuaooton he will Iage sad still
further mabim hiwnhim tha *aAMI


in our hair and oar am in his 3
weh ad im"

According to the ea,. thWWi
Philadelphia of voting aW su
100. But the nlEBettf v.
is given as -,US. Thy i_
is the hand a y
reptiallm ist _


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P etbw WUS ,riva Prohm Wasbingtonel

ONLY ONE WAS PRESENT PETITION IS NOW ON FILE


iMeeting Was Cl edt Convene at O0
O'Clock in th Morning, But Hon. S.
Phillips Was Qnly On" Present-Af
S terno-ip Showed Same Result.
_U eampliance with a call, the special
emiItee appointed to investigate
he arges against Hon. W.
i olow Democratic nominee for the
-Et. f- State- Superintdent.. or
Sho preferred-- by Hon. W.N.
heats, the present incumbent, should
:k e convened in this eity at o10
_'olockWednesday morning. "
huti the commit did not meet.
S There i a reason for this,'when it is
turned .that, of the eommitte of nine
Appointed by Chairman Fleteher of the
tate Democratic xective Commit-
tee to serve on this-special committee,
t ohey. member present was Hon.
| eltoItPhilips of Williston, superin-
tendent of schools for Levy county.
The eight remaining members did not
pot in an appearance.
; -At the hour appointed it was ascer-
| tained that it was impossible to hold a
me meeting thelmorning, hence it was
decided to postpone the prospects of a
#s -sa until afternoon, with the idea
That probably the trains might bring
other member-but the trains came
empty as far as the committee was
concerned, And the result was no
meeting at all.
Hon. W, N.Sheats was in the eity,
pr ma : blji having come to be present
.pen the oeeasion.
Prof. Holloway, in speaking of the
|--: atter, states that the meeting was
V _anllod without --notifying either him-
self or his attorneys, Cols. Syd L. Car-
-terandJos s Rivers. Mr. Rivers
was out of the city, having been sum-
moned to Leesbkrg on Tuesday on pro.
fessional business. Prof. Holloway
has no hesitancy in declaring that he
. -3onih-ders this not only unfair, but
grossly unju.t and discourteous to
himself and attorneys, as he feels that
S- due note should have been given him-
of the time of meeting, that he might
S hae had an opportunity to prepare for
t.he meeting.
; :i. .. . .-

PROF. FOSKETT'S VIEWS.

Would Not Give Florida for All Europe
and Part of Union Thrown In.
A- letter from Prof. A. J. Foskett,
dated Boston,. bears information that
he -expcts to sail from New York for
home on.Friday, the 10th inst., and
will reach -his destination the first of
the .- S ing. week.
Prof. Foskett has just returned from
a trip toEarope, his old home, but
o n_.. elude his letter with the state-
meat that he Twould not give Florida
S for the whole of Europe with the East-
ern States of thefUnion thrown in. "I
am coming back to dear ohld Florida,
S my adoptedL home, where I will be
contented forever, and where I pro-
S pose to live and die," was his con-

Friends ot Prof. Fomkett will be glad
e- ni that in future he will appre-
Sat Florida more keenly.

North Gainevie SociaL
S The young men of North Gaines-
liee,determined not to be outdone by
S members of the fairer sex of that
thriving barg, entertained at a social
in the North Gainesville Hall Wednes-


day eve ning. There was an abundance
S fiae cakes, ice cream and other
good things to eat, which were highly
enjoyed by those present.
SA Continual Strain.
Many men and women are con.
stantly subjected to what they comr-
m y term "a continual strain" be-
use ofome fina or family
trobl t and distresses them
both mentally and physteally affect-
ng their serves badly and bringing o
liver and kidney ailments, with the
attendantt evils of consipation, los of
appetite sleplssnesli low vitality
an adeaponeaey. Thiey cannot, as a
rale, get rid of this deoniatnalsatain"
but ey -a remedritshaltUyatno.
I b taki frequent does of
Gee's August Flower. It tones p
he liver, stimulates the kidneys, in-
mhthy bodily f-nctions, gives
r ni, s irit *e' whole being,
9wa tuly ispels the phsalor
... diuisem ened by that"cont-
**n hr aMsla, 5Wg At


And Will be Acted Upon in Regular
Turn-Route Will Include Paradise,
Itennington, Rutledge and Interme-
diate Points Daily.
At last GaInesville and the surround-
ing country is about to enjoy the ben-
effts of a raral free maii delivery fo
which efforts ha-v been made to se.
cure so long. ,
Postmaster Arnow,. wi t the gener-
ous spirit which always charaetIriz-.d
him in his ofceial as well as private
lifer in May o- the present year for-
warded to the department at Wash-
ington a petition signed by more than
one hundred and fifty citizens along
the route, asking that a rural route be
established between Gainesville, Para-
dise, Bennington, Rutledge and inter-
mediate points, returning by a route
south of Bennington, and striking the
Arredondo road mid-way between that
point and Gainesville.
Having become a little impatient at
the delay in reply from the depart-
ment at Washington, Postmast-r Ar-
now wrote Senator Jas. P. Taliafeero a
personal letter in the premises, if any
had been made.
In compliance with this request,
Senator Taliaferro immediately went
to the department and ascertained
that the application had been prop-
erly filed, and would be taken up and
acted upon in its regular turn. which
may bring the matter up at any time.
"*I feel quite sure that the petit-ion
will be acted upon favorably," re-
marked Judge Arnow, "because we
have complied with every require-
ment, and because we are justly enti-
tled to the beneft."
Postmaster Arnow states that as
soon as this route is secured it is the
intention of the postoffice, through pe-
tition of citizens, to make application
for the establishing of a route between
Gainesville, Arredondo, Rocky Point
and other points.

OFF TO MISSOUR I.


5


suMANY i(Als wsm rIra'srAS


Two RobustWomen Who Owe Their Restored Health
and Usefulness to Pe-ru-na.


mlm


see what it would do for re, and It
Rev. W. J. Carpenter Will Advertise certalmy took hold of nmy system and
Florida in His Native State. rejuvenated me, and l less than two ~;-- -
moths I was In perfect th, and as female v
I1er. v. 3J. Carpenter expects to owr when I feel wor o or tfireda f the abdo
make his departure today for St. dose or two of Pern1 a is all that I the pelvi.
Louis, where for a few days he will aeed."-".Mrs.. E. Finn. this portion
take in the sights of the World's Fair. Pelvic eatarrli is a phrase coined by the pelvic .
From the World's Fair City he expects Dr. Hartman, cvering all that large 1 t-en, very
to proceed to his old home in Western o that used to be known catarrh. F
Missouri, where he will remain for *-----......
several weeks among old friends and A
acquaintanes. 8-m Y AR 0- L O N 3Noic
Rev. Carpenter will take several
thousand pamphlets of Gainesville and WOUNDS HIS FATHER
Alaehua-county, issued by the W. R. IW To e st~ er
Thomas Real Estate Agency, which he t:ate tof
proposes to distribute judiciously Serious Ctting Affray Near Ben- e : rKn
among the wealthy and influential retary of s:a
class of that State, believing that nngto Tuesday Afternoo. .eretr ve
many can be induced to come and set- Ge f
tiehere. BOY MADE HTS ESCAPE ee ie1z
"The only reason why a number of da. o Tje
this class of people do not come here Because Wiliam Trusdell Attempted to a Nove
is because this section has never been Chastise His Eighteen-Year-Old Son ,ec" the
properly advertised," remarked the Latter Attacked Him WithXKnife, In- Eighth
preacher, "but I propose to tell them flictin Dangerous Wound.
a thing or two that will open their FOrXve Wou
eyes, andyou need not be surprised Because William Trudell, a colored o.ne.e
if we have a few more Missourians in farmer forty-two years of age, who re- w(ores ot
this section before a great while." sides near Bennington, nine miles west For "o-
this _ioboe-g he" of this city, reprimanded his eighteen- ria, e
year-old son, William, Jr., for some For Atornf
se at of which the father disapproved, coP
the boy assaulted the senior with a rre-
verin
knife Tuesday afternoon, inflicting an the sta-eo'
ugly wound which almost completely For comu
disembowled him. State Jf
From the best information obtaina- the stite of
ble, it appears that the elder Truadell theSteO
secured a leather strap and attempted For ore x.
to chastise the son, who came suddenly Fo
upon him with the alacrity of a tiger,t sentative of
and before anyone was aware he had For Count;,
Speformed his work. The boy's mother Sh-l.
interfered when he made a second at- coU
tempt toinflict injury,.when he etaped -- ta co
through a window and eas not been Cou t
*It a *l ~s een since. o
Dr. R. B. Ayer was summoned from Ftr coay.
Gb, It likes U* m110 this city and went to the relief of the Fre c
...TO USE... "wounded man late Tuesday afternoon. n
PED-RIC K S He found the patientt safferaNg gor j e
in tensely, and diovered that the as- 1k. sWi
BU IES AND WAGONS. of w eo He
.e i y wound, taking twelve stithes. Dr. o
Seras a n visold be -examed. lt my.al
CEWedndaya and 1o00 him resting. 45 be ift- *1*1

USED ]VKR Y WHERE ,k *be o -e.
-_ .W r.ohv. lm-bth,- --- Wi -- .....
.. - . ._ .- P an:


.. _-. s e e, h-ut:- -
who h evertakm
--- P. P na c c b foe
eakness. The lower portion on these imitations. o eoIeM
men is called by anatomist. j4draggist would sell ao them. DEery
T 'he organs contains in| purchasersbdlouM look .efty-at -
n ,of the tady are known as package of Perus be hey, 5to --be
organs. There are ev-ralof that hegs gelttimg- 'sfiwae abPe- e .
rtefieate and v,-rv su tjet to Addre. t .Dr. RartiamS, Pwre i t -at
ew women ecape entirely IThe liartmastana adar a.luO. *


Oe of Electi o.

:! tf A:a.l a -*- o, tte

c. rThLT. H. C2'A C: A .. See
.e of the s; r u .or ca i'do
Orice tlat a
8ral El ection


SAlastua Cou-:y. Szte of iori-
ay next suc'eedii athe tir-it Mon-


SDay of November,

tPtes Ulte eezto-.
rresenvaT.ie 0o sc4 (Co!rres-

or of the -4t:ate ,- tor i ,..
- of iat of t .--. tae or F-O

o rera o'r u. t:e i> -,t W -a2e.' .
:rer o: the StaAtew, A a.
itientent or P < Il7.-~:r.:-*- w .n of
r orc-nor
ssioner ,t A.i3:::.-e o) the
w.tlee of tLe s-ne e. C'.-rt Of
F" orida for six yea*.
Justces of. the wrer.e -Cort of
.road ComEiwsi5er for tie ?tate
emiber of t-e Hos.e of R-'re-
the State of Foori.ia.
Jadze.
A- the Circuit Co=-.
Assesor -of nWTuxe
aeetor. r
Superimendent of Pabie In-
Surmeror.
mutr Com~uzlaoners.
Memben of tae fontsj Boardse
* -of the Peaee and wt be f4

Iea aMA fr .lLe ftoIwa Jug.
k. A,. 17. lS M ,L s 2.-
y Wbgeo> IMave bernto 0"et
=tS IV aaxed A- Sod at. aw
H. C"IAY CBAwN%
,Seetwca fWue.


(Kenty lll,.


I-'


Wi Stand at Oar Stitor s 1- ST
Bate O. Tit erms, ,1* *re
$1h r tumuterietly
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more SI Wt.o, I. Yp.rAt::'-
I swAndeestlerxd we Merswa

~w grAftefu I AwL A~y~r
wlhk kargsheaakaafsawt
the Icaft ned Is always
m1et- csis so filed ith .--
-lea ll re te ma w r -fsm
bk a teamwtras yeu place Anbae-


etarrh of tbee orgs.:-. Wh*
I each eas pr.seuts some mi"or
differenm.as todeWaL-they a aI -
nreality alike.-PIG-
runadoes not rliswe
..ragy jai Ut -s .
some symptom, ht_
byA removal aof A.-
cause. Many a wca-
can testify that loos :
treatment does --
permanentlyrtee. A.. -
large muImultide _


.. tgestmeagwith Utue

In Permas these
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cata.....-.th wad& -
At Airt clapti
tried tesienmy th a
S. E. I East h sisted th Mat the ir
Buffalo, N., Y., writes: i tem e were Jst
The -Peruna Medicine Co., Columbum, O.: go. -"
adesatmer "A few years ago I had t.e
to ghe up social iWfe enmtily, as any o'r,
eaewith was completeY_ broke down. tios are sp g ag
The doctor advised-a conrpkete change up er e.-
ad est for a year. As this was out To -eey
of thequestion fore atie, I began to paisn Offa iuule
look around for other maans ofrmstoru of r
lag mayhealth. Ruth
*I had often he ofPeras abe a oe
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tm uys-


Mg atwfth ihe eotged M

i aialled l a
ip 1 *it a1 ss Ntf, made ui
*ar prte a when
to* get ltle warm in
aeg Sheb -rla who
Me ta bh Tis lsaoee, kept a
Iwyee onathe ma., with the
ea ta tiff.e grew. ripe
ggtegwtme p d down upon his
lbthesegrequerteis &t Cedfar
the Rgft oeesred Monday
sd Dimy- who is well an-
Aid withtibe es MrOert Tbreaght his pris-
FUliagelioea the early morn-
I o Jtice Colman and
Ai Wagisys, when hevimAT.r*
Irit gEity. .The preliminary
rba eea delayed e on count
absese ot wieneees bOt officer
m- promised to produce wit.
today, when the ease will be

SMtA p Aoor alone and slingle-
Seremirked OfiernCttx4, to-
rt to e matter. "I rt that it
t atcthe offieerof Cedar Key
isI tbhe negro miglt try to
daintoewtmiensoetneoy would
it; o I quiety made i ny way
bdoe where I understood Damsy
g and my information was
or I was right on him before
tits wha had happened. Dan-
eatisfst tooru.but I called
Nalaiie, Desff I want you$"

LaaRJobhou _tlhe Degro who was
in tei aMmeease and brought
dtyus ban been released, since
mA vom esent evidence to


if Is the of Rev. Frank Dan-
-bas been a resident of Araher
SY em, and eommawdt the re-
Blau b as- been rased well,
rvertieasohe of great mero
meaw the peopIe of that see-


STOiEATHm CLY,


- chetv-lBTook a-Whfand
-Tme set Bail ThroIgh Brain. t;
-Os.. Sept. 1U.-After calm
,^t ciarette srm. a ea ce
h hr=ad -aJst" bght. 1Ing down
A ...age.-a.dtakg threo.r fonr
om t sOfake Percy J. Whitehurst
t a revolver to IaUs ead and blew his
ilm art at the Pulaski House Sn-
kilteharwt cam e he within the
foew weeks f.ro BaltmWore to vis.-
eltives, proment In the ity.
walked to the elephone-in the Pr-
!Mn" -ad Vttmespted to Cal up
laildy- o e w ,As not at home.
Istly it mst have been his pr-A
ol to aeqaIat her with hs deter-
kation. Froat the telephone he
at ntao Ahe parlor. There was
ether ecuat -"t .
mIAwtabos*whoturried tothe scene
Sthe reior t of the revolver rang
L -rrived. Whiteharat was dead.
Wailteurst was well dressed. He
aAbt: 23 yest old and decidedly
4gag U I' ai that he had
Ieldc widely, having been in EnBu
"w
:.e l. sort time he bad Aeeo

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~hairlood. fedsnrshes.
The hair op falling, grows
lo d heavy, and all dan-
dutru disappears.

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FINDSPETRiFIED DINOSAUR.
Caneia Musum'.s Representatyvt.
Makes Prchisturle Discovery,
Butt, Mont., Sept. 3--The petrified
body of a dinosaur. welghin. 2.590
SPounds., an measuritg 31 )feet frrns
its head to its feet, has been founl bi
C. 1Utterback, representative in this
section of the Carnegie Museumz c'
-Pittsburg. --
Mr. Utterback believes his find ii
the greatest prehistoric discovery ol
Recent years. Most of the remain
of these gigantic animals are- nothing
Sthan heaps of bones whicb. besl'(Ie
being hard to handle, must be put to
gether with great care and only sho'
the real structure of the great creat
-ure after -an expert has worked for
months. The discovery of Mr. Utten
back will be hailed wlth delight by al
utddents. _- _

FIRa THREATENED TOWN.
LUss of 0 53.. Reported at dahc
Falls, Idaho.
1d I l:> a:-; Iaat. So.:t. l.-F.re
which- -t '- -. i n.: L t in the Eutt.
restattram. rhr.ater',n to wipe oat t h
entire bu-ie4o portion of this town.
Six entire b!o0 els vLer- urned, an
a tsev:'idt l.s still on fire. Sand it is Ce
Stimateel t.1x ls wii amoinut to $to-
009.
| Th wind is blowinr. a terrific ga:
and th fa.re is. fast spreading. About
40 bulldlnigs have bean destroyed. and
.many others are on fire, The fire
men, aided by citizens, are working
hard to check the spread of the flames

Established in 1881.

The Oidest Whisky.

i mfi G eorg
L .In nn Vo


OLD SHARPE WmILIAXS
Guaranteed 8 years old. By the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts $3.0.
EXPRESS PREPAUI
(EO. J. CO YEMA rE
Guaranteed 6 years old. By the
gallon $2.75. 4 fall quarts $3.C00.
EXPRESS PREPAID
Guaranteed 4 years old, By the
gallon $2.a5. 4 ful quarts $2.75.
EXPRESS PREPAID
CLIFFORD-R -TE
By the gallon 2.~. 4 full quarts
-2.SO. EXPlRES PREPAID
OLDSEITIHXY CO~K
Guaranteed 8 years old. By the
-gllon #3.00.- 4 full quarts 41.-5
S EXPIftls iPREPAlI
ol PGlATER C3E CLUB
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the
gaBlon 2. 0. 4 f ll quarts $2.74.-
EXPRESS PEPAID
We handle all-the- leading brands of
ket id will avTe you from 2 per enat
% 60peroentonyour pabcase. Send
r price sa catalogue. Mailed


U@U@3 COrPAT, Z
NS44R4.1$.$t $URTE UUI?


f w Ove tHeart C6a08d Death of
Msr n at Atlantic Cit
AtlaItie ity, N. J., Sept. 1i,-la
frleadly i t In bout Ale=ander T~I
gham, a. waiter, tas received a ody
low whibc was followed by almost
ftstant death. His opponent was
Sfellow writer.
'The two had been boxng a few min,
tes when Tihgbam r opponent landed
over the heart and he dropped. The
slookers ehaffed him, lbt their langh
ter:changed to criks of alarm when th
man reled1 Over dead.
The authorities viewed the matter
as purely af-cidentaL
A ventr'ial of= Tilgham's heart -wa
found to hare given way.

LEGAL ADVyERTISEMENTS.
BELL FOR DIVORCE.
In te Ci-euit Court. Eighth J:diciai Circuit.
Alaleha County. Florida-In Chancery.
Mary Elen Martin v.. JaZmeB ELMartin -
BIll for Divorce.
It atpearinw b affidavit appended to the bil
killed in the above stated cause that James BL
Martin. the defedant therein named. Is a retd-
dent of the State of Florida% and has been ab-
sent from his ilaee of resldence f or ore than
sixty dars precedinr this Order of Publication.
and i. concealt.-himself so that service can-
not be made amon him. and is over the ase of
twenty-one years it is-therefore ordered that
said resident defendant b> and he is hereby
ret iired to appear to the M1 o- Compiaint
tiled in said caehe on or before Monday, the 3rd
day of Oetoher. A. D._t4.otherwi.e thealleru-
tion Of sakl .ill will be taken as confessed by
said defendam. -
It Is further ordered that thiW order be Dpub
listed once a week for fourgonsecutive weeks
in The Galresvilie Sun. a newaiap'er published
in said county knd Statae.
This Augu"t -ath. A193.
H, C. DENTON. Clerk Cireuit Court.
[Seal By S. H. Wier.-,e.. D. C.
A true copy of originaL
EVANS HAILE. Soler. for Comid t.
BII1. FOR DIVORCE.
In the Ciruit{'Ourt. Ei hth Judiciul Cirjuit.
Alaehua countyy. Florida.--In Chancery.
John IL RA wI. vs- Sarah C. Raw.--BU! for
DIvorce. 1
it nppeirin~e ,y affidavit appended to the b.'
filed In the above suted cause that Sarah C.
Rawl. the defendant therein named., i a non-
re.sident of thestate of Florida, is u resident
Sf Clinton, South Carolina, and iis over the age
or twenty-one uarsn: it ts therefore ordered
that sai4non-reident defendant be and hhe Is
hereby requiredto appear to the BilU of Coim-
plaint iL ed in -said cause on or before Monday,
the 3rl day of October. A. AD. tI. otherwise
the allegations o: said bill will be taken as
confes-ed by said defendant.
It is further ordered that thi. order Ie pub-
lished once a wetie for toureoi-secutive weeks
In the GainesviIlo Sun. a neu s;eaper published
in Said couttitvald State.
Thi. A ugusit .'3tth9 114.
H. LC. DENTON. Clerk Circuit Court.
iSe:dl y S II. ienges, D. C.
A true copy of oriri"naL
SH . DENTON. Clerk.
1'er S H. Wienge.s.I). C.
EVA NS- HAI[K. Soi.r. for Comt'l.
NOTICE FOil .PUBLICATION.
iLand tlee at Gauiesvi e. Fla..
SSeptember 3. isU.
Notiec is heree'y iven that the following-
r.au:,d setl'er hai niled notice ot her Intention
tot make final proof in support of her claim; and
tnt sat.d proof wil lbe r ;ide before -_Rei'dter
anw l receiver at. ainevilie. F;-.. on October
Isa.ELA TAYLoit. widow of Ueorge W. Tar-
lor. decease(.. of Atlas. i'a..
1t.L .lt fe*the S-i of Lot ;. S-c. I?. Tp. S
S.. R.-)E. I -
She mu*- the following witnesses to prove
hercounitKu-- residence ulurand cultivt:ton
oPf said land. v.:. i
M. B Bryantr o Fairbatfks. Fla.:-Anthony Por-
ter o: Atda-. F a.: J:ul. Rober.on of At .
Fl..: Allen tools:ey of Hague. Ila.
,d g1. OBINSON. gter.

NOTIC FOoR PUBLICATION.
A ugu'.t . IiL.
Notice Is herei rh-en that the followlr-
nautd .,stler ha, filed notice of his intention
to make. final i proof in support of his
clainm an'1 that said proof wtl: be made be-
fore I Mteiter and Receiver at Ualnesviiie. Fla..
on Sexeumber c. ilJuI. viz:
N"aru' H. tHOirxs of Wanrn.e. Fla..
Rd. t-.lg for tir e W" of Swi Section s,
Towa._i-hipS.. ite ai'elE.
SHe names the allowing witnesses to prove
his conntinuou'. residenee upon and cultivation
of saitd and.vL: -
W. L. Iunca-teE. T. G. Lanier, M. H Staugih-
ter.T.A. Cle.mi _i al of Wannee. Fla.
1^1 -WI. G. ROmiNSoN. Register.


NOTiCE t ELECTION.
Not:* e i- herely given that an election will
be held In Electith. District No. I"'. Alaehua
county. Florida. oi Saturday, September 17th.
I M for the purpose of determining whether
said district shallm ecome a Special Tax Road
Diriect. wh o shall ie the road trustees of said
district and the nuinber of mili. of district tax
to he le,.ied and collectd annually for the two
sueceedi"o years.
SThe follwing krsovs are hereby appointed
inspectors ard cierk of said election: 0. 1.
Feaiter. J. P. Mtrr7. Thonas McCiedle. anC
. Ai. Miller clerk.
ThiAL then d day d: Au-tat. A D. 1-4.
.BOAR) Uo C~L c MMISS4IONER'.b
B1 T. F. Thomas. Chairman.
13, the Hardl Attest:
1H. C. IENTON, Clerk.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE FIMAL
SETTLi LIET AND ASK TO BE
DISCHARGED.
Notice is hereby wiven that I. Ela ML. King.;
-adninistratrix of the estate of Isabella Gienn.
deceased. wL: present my final account and
vouchers of my administration of said estate
to the county judge of Alachua county. Flori-
da. at the court hose in the town of Gaines-
vUlie, on the first ofy orOctober. t%4. and asrk
to be discharged from further admilstratiou
of the affairs of said estate.
S. M. KING. Adniristratrix.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSmW.
The trfin f O'DoBald A Saunders. coEmposed
of Edward O*Donad. M. B. Saunders and J. H-
Earle. -- this dar dissolved by mutual consent.
Edward O'Donald retiring from said arm. The
business will be etoutiued by Sauvnders
Earle, who as-e-4me ai tndebtedne aead to
whom all bis due tbe i must be u ad.
M W SAtNDRSj*
Aux.15. 1%4. J. H. EARLE.

Notiee) hereby livee that after" ks moUee
has been putblishe4 aceordiw -to -law. f -rx
.montb. w lpreet emy aeontmm M to .B.
G. Mason. coty use of Asobea cotr.
'Odrtda, d a that my a abe appr
and ansk tofor tn diz iar-e.
JAS. MGRAHAM.
As Adin- trator Esc a of Ge.s, _.a..


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This Space Reserved

For


R.


THO MAS,


Livey Sale & Feed Stables

Who has one of the largest and best
selected steeks of


Buggies,


ness,


and


Wagons, Har-


Lap


Robes


Whips


Ever offered in this market. All of


these goods will be sold on the


INSTALMENT


PLAN


Everybody can own his own Buggy
or Wagon, and pay for it on
easy terms. Watch
this space.
l I I I I J II l I l I i


wo


R.


THOMAS


The Gainesvlle

Furniture Company

Announce the opening of their
SMammoth Household Furnishing
Store between October 1st and
10th. We will display the larg-
est and most up-to-date stock
ever brought to this market.
Our new stock will consist of
Stylish Bed-Room Suits, Odd
Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chif- I
fonniers, Iron and Brass Beds,
Sideboards, Buffets, China Closets,
Extension Tables, Diners and
Rockers i-n all styles, Book Cases,
SSecretaries, Center and Library
Tables, Mattings, Art Squares,
Rugs, Etc.-in fact. everything
to be found in a first-class fur-
nishiun house. Prices guaran-
teed to be correct. Parties con-
1 templating the purchasig of o
-anything-inour line w ve
amoney:by waitin for our Gran i

Openag. Waths space for
further announcements our-
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GAINESILLE SUJN: SEPTEMBER 1, 1904


ROP. XKELLUM IN HG

1f4i Abl" and Compeitent Corps,
of Assistants, Pecuiari y Ada te to
Thei:Respectiv aSrOanches, and Who

The ttainef llme traded and, High
:abm, which will opeA on Monday,
ties 2th inst., lndiVrtneipalship of
ot Jf. LG. Kellm. has the brtigheste
-es:pectsof any term during the exis-
teowe of thr t instintion.
In t.eappointment-of the prinelpal
and eatcuty of the school the trustees,
m- W.>Bampton, Geo tW. Hyde andM
i H. Vidal, have eiereried excellent
ejsdgment. Prof. Kellum, the new
i princip, is by no means new to the
66 .- ile.of Alaehna county, having been
employed for several years in the same
apa iey at other points. He is re-
S ardeies one of the most competent
Instrueors ian the State, and will no
d6Ebt make a fine success of the1
g inesville school. The remaining
members ofithe faculty will be Misses
_- em Hampton, Annie DaCoata, Nan-
ile Mclntosh, Kate Tomnkies, Se-
reana teas*on, Florence Balls and.
Wabel Sanhez nad ,Mesdames W. P.
Odey and i. hT. Zetrouer. t a
P rof. Kelum on School.
For the information of the public,
,m hasfurnised The
8"ia the following communication re-
garding the school:
"Toastain the best resufts, it is nee-
0"iry in all voationus of life to hare
i v:iew me-desired end to be reached
a it j eis our purpose in placing this
won.r before our patrons.to let them
Ssee whu{their sons and daughters are
S doing also hto let our pupils see what
we before them, that they may not work


atrando, but may study with some
special end in view.
lthgh we do not prepare this
comiamuniaton for the purpose of in-
creasing our enrollment, still, if by
reading it anyone should be induced
to attend school at Gainesville Graded
sad High School, we bid you welcome,
and will try to make your stay with usa
both pleasant and profitable.
"Gaitnevills is a town noted espec-
Ily for its healthfulness, the fertile
la-ds which surround it, and the ex-
thnt morals of its inhabitants. It


as -no gambling-houses or saloons to
w reck the morals of the young. Our
schooll house is one of the best in the
State, being an ele tattwo-story-briek
tr-iture, caIpable of accommodating
AfW ouma tcomfortably.
We have an able corps of expert.
Steahers, composed of some of
thie bet la the State.. They are pe-
-sliarly fited for the work to which
they e assigned.
"Followin are the grades in High
School course as arranged by the
StaIte for Senior High Schools:
S_ Grades.
"Sian-Euglish Grammar, Reading,
english Classics and Prose Composi-
tion, Algebra and Arithmetic, General
History and Civil Government, Latin
and Physical Geography.
**enth-EngHash Grammar, Reading
English Classics and Prose Composi-
on, Algeb and Aritmetie, General
'History jaesarand Z3ology and Bot-
-- eventh-Rhetorie and Reading,
S is Clasi-mjt, Geometry, English
istor and History of Florida,Cicero,
st half-year and Virgil second half,
and Physis.


History, first six book Aeneid or-.
-ied sirtt half year. and Orid's
amphobsamd Chemstry.
"The will open on onday
a 2th, anad it s hies that i
-R -be present tlw.flst-day that
,, eboekri- one of the
-mste^ul terms iu the history of
thbe se ol."
SHOT GRANDFWATHER

y:seemn E --pe _When
A. Sht fNe _
no a, bwl Denis. .
_lil.lk YAi e -.. .. -
~~ :.. .* to av hn

4Wand ma Ne f


HOILLOWAY MENT CHECK.
Forwardstd I26 to Treasurer Knight
to Pay Campaign Assesswnent.
Ho. w.N. Holloway. andidte for
Sate Superintendent of Public In-
struction, Tuesday sent his check for
42- eove.rig 5 per cent of his salary
for the first year, to be used as i cam-
paig fund. Prof. Holloway s prob-
ably the trst candidate to "come
across" with his asse-sment for this
purose. -"
Prof Holloway Tuesday wrote Hon.
Napoleon B. Broward. candidate for
governor, to the effect that, owing- to
the scarcity of teachers and the diffl-
eulty experienced in fiHing appoint-
ments, considerable delay will be in-.
curred, and it wilt be impossible for
him to Join the campaign party-for
several days.
The eatppaign will open at Daytona
at 10 o'eloik Thursday morning.
SHOOTING AT CEDAR KEY.
Robert McClellan Shot Because He
Refused to Vacate a Dock.
Passengers on the early morning.
train from Cedar Key Tuesday state
that Robert McClellan, a negro who
was engaged in fishing from Dock No.
4, Cedar Key, was shot because he re-
fused to obey a command of a number
of white men at that place to vacate
the premises, McClellan was shot in
the back, the ball striking just under
the shoulder blade, ranging upward,
and landing about the shoulder. With-
out assistance, it is said, after the
shooting he sought a physician, who
administered the proper treatment.
While the wound is a painful one,
the attending physician announced
that it was not necessarily fatal, and
he believed the victim would recover.
Friendship Baptist Church.
The.newly elected pastor of Friend-
ship Baptist Church, Rev. H. K. Hill,
was to leave for Austin, Texas, to ast-
tend the National Baptist Convention
yesterday, but since the pastor's
health is somewhat impaired he will


not attend the convention, but will go
to White Springs, to spend a few days.
Rev. Hill feels very grateful to his
church for their generosity in raising'
means for his most extended trip. Hea
will attend the World's Fair in Oa-I
tober. The church is putting on new
life. It has raised $181.87 in the three
last Sundays. A ME-mER.-
Bucklen's Arnica Salve


Has world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for cuts,
cobrns, burns, boils, sores, felons, ul-
cers, tetter. salt rheum, fever sores,
chapped hands.skin eruptions; infalli-
ble for piles. Cure guaranteed. Only
25e at all druggists.


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NOTICE OF FntAL DISCHARGE OF
GUARDIAN.
Notl e is ereby gien that six motbas at-
ter the :ts publicaiUo of this notice, the un-
erifned. as guardian of and for Herbert
Smith. wm preset his nal accounts sad you-
cher to the B H. & U. Maso. county judCe
witba aadt for Atenbus coutmy. -Flora. ad
-wiM tbeal tere apply for n al dilchrge.
a". further adimnelsratlo sad aridlaahip
upon the eotse of the sal H erbert Sithb.
the sat Herbert Smith, havter aut ed the
ae ot-wetr-atirears.
Thi September h. A. 10.
ARTHUS W. ThDCASTLE,
ts -As uarilan for Hebert Smth.


as.


MANASSA


Despite the Fact That the Soldiers Ha
a Hard Time, They Feel Well Repal
for the Experience, and Would b
Willing to Go Again.
The -ainesvile Guiards. tired an
footsore from the recent maneuvers a
Manassas., arrived home Tuesday nigh
via the Seaboard Air Line. The con


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pany, under command of Captain Lay-
ton, were marched to the armory im-
mediately after embarking from the
train, and when the stairs were reached
three rousing cheers were given the
genial Captain for his cleverness to the
company during their absence..
It was reported that the company
spent Sunday in VWashingt6n. but this
was a mistake. Only a limited number
of the Guards who were excused from
duty visited the Capital City. The
main body of the company rested on
arms all day Sunday, and at a late,
hour in the afternoon were entrained,
remaining in the cars until the depart-
ure of. the train at 8 o'clock Monday
morning.
Members of the company who have
been seen state as a rule that they
were well pleased with the trip, not-
withstanding that they were com-
pelled to march anywhere from
twentyto ttwenty-live miles a day, and
in one instance twenty-eight miles
were covered. They have profited by
the experience, and, notwithstanding
the hardships of the trip and the eon-,
stant service, they have profited by the
experience and appreciate the fact
they were permitted to participate.
Neither Lieutenant Bianding or
Lieutenant Seagle were with the coam-
pany, but Lieutenant Hicks of Apa-
lachieola was detailed, and rendered
to Captain Layton valuable assistance.
Gainesville is proud of the Guards
for the excellent reputation made by
the company at Manassas, notwith-
standing the fact that they comprised
a part of the losing side-the Blues,
under General Grant. They per-
formed their duties well and accurate-
ly, and had the discretion throughout
the corps been as good as was that of
the Florida regiment a different story
might have been told.


l Arnd's Saloon and Cafe


Jacksonville, Florida


S. V.DUKE
DUNNELLON, FLA.

Fine ines, Liquors and Bwr.


Orders Solicited. Prompt Shimment.
Jag Trade a Specialty.
Per t.L
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SPRlING D LE, Ballia re ]ye, 1 years old., fall1iate...... .....,---
OLD FAMILY CAUINET, 14 1y! ears 4 fdall quarts. .....
BRUTU*T, 2aryland. Rye, !0t year d.W4.4 fIuartsq.............. -.
MONONGARELA XXXX E:e, 7 yearsldI4 PAquarts ........... 1
We ship promptly and in -lin woxe-. fieamit by Expren -Ueea
order to MARLA.TO Y WHISKEY V., 41t -Wet Bay :St, Jarmv i_ he, _


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Expenses are mode:rate. Instruction and discipline -ott so.
passed in the o ... -
Exeeneuit ae odaf ons for young ladies. Parent. ana yse
their daugCters to i:e b*:inary knowing thy will receive tbe very
best *f care. -- -
Male students w'l bte under striest military discipline. AU at-
dents are taught ren larity and prompt obedience aatho ry.
Id-dcess wiI not. be permiitied.
A number of courses are sustained. Al are thoroughly p ai-
cal. Nearly-all of our Cm-mercial and Shorth nd a.tuaste bart
excellent positions.
Faselty of twelvve aleinstruetor--eIahaspeeiallst. -aobol
in the United States has~a letter health record than Eis j lFidam -
-er r /. .... :
Cap;. Hearnr.-. S. A., says of the Seminary: The diinplU
appears to be prfeet."
TUIT.o.N Fl- EE. For f etalogues~, address
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AINESVILLE, .o ,_ v ,B j.


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Amonf~*~llreszhe ~a e F t. ?is e M Seble, trussee Ge. he
te f 1 eff s a Bls k ja s rubl e ^ .ooL was in the esy Sy e.
I6inJL 31< rd who a Sow daj on bascave eaeete with the
laeltfg 4* alpe age. ba been uohu'1ng i e s
ow it. Stadm w.tr st-.EmaX, So d 3htE. ) W. has etur3d
A|s jas'tirsently tt eaited to mBr4 fro a deht!risi o two m a
arouC1-, It is to p hedI tha be wj t ille. C. Friea4s are glad
j .otienqy mcoter to "be b!sa^ e to wefeefwher gage r
-1ait7a-* no diesart day' -. C. Tiaoad and itt#e dahter,
S I .Mirs.. 3. B. Wlse a'rs her e ars N eta, were aa =,z the vi..io- a to his
7AM SOCIAL f iam -sfaPie. frroer- erty yesterday. r. H isai i S pro-
if f this city but noofd Eay ^Bird, zze9ae 'verehar:at. ;?c::ia$nt citi-1
.Wpn.. e i G eI ixe Eitepweed ie l -rr.1e iesalte zes of Mferoe
reMM ime ParartPgafls this .lorBnig.^ : .s Wilear is eaj Ar yo.^'eosideriss. tree:;p'ating,
a g ass 3ge Wfoott aseh3 0.wee h i arA espeeaiy preaE- Csaiaogue for
f sLr,. Mary'sasol We w re m uomg.f's a- winter I ow ready.
mala ;:re during *ue day. and wg 1 b. It di free. (Us v-s ^ Iseres,
gBalt Bt gd greet he friends. G^aeinr...e. Fa. wa..
iMetAs *wa trad- Mr^dMrs. J. TYfether Hi'l ex- Jasse J- A Tuke of Iloshee!
F poest to make their departure todayfo was a t s.:s's to ttii ct
W eKfat Sale fo A F e of the atrer re-terfay. Ji:.s Tseker an beena
=So r sh se he b er t. at fr so :e. and hisX
atc ebu3ry wa tag from weakness in her eyes, ad isfr w. reet to fearn t his
fAge to tk ope-conditin does lno:t irzre.
exis ths h -go to he Ge1 W It5of kH 'r of e ofXhW
1~~fus,3r th t3 t of e cing


W.T i ofapeW mtak is to be hoped that she wil be te ed empoye oT the ew York
mstae wheo faeod emredofthism hert-e by the trip. L-"e InsiraneeCoany, was a the


1w.
$,Mea1ty, the bulek manatee
-1O N- -pr wo oag the



-~ 1. m andfrie as aPR.0

#. f. Wite, A pregmaire farmer
a" ind.W eWse eof the Ira.-
m wae trading n Atdatheity

If1~wim- 4411M tnirlefNieno
tassearilo etoive position ia
flhasmtigma a ualter to this city


hotba ls or*B sieswmal e, a fter a
Tfb boa # st"se tw hersister at
..........
Agagagbe visitom to this city yes-
-g. a joe Wstelee. B. lufls of WalSJ_
- ,.ekabetashaeseesity'ssmost .5-

OBIr e oa f Stoadeisdeone of the
Ng diej aj g td.ms of that
s* s wa a lm isit orto this
III IB~lRHv Ow^-^l^' "aA WW;


WaA.I Netchern of Mere.

Sp-e, were -m aKM the bosa-
igitagt thtistit yesterday.,
rM.P3 heuaad baby, Louise.
statedesy for Norvee, Ga.,
frthe e- feaswweek tey wil
pem o leMi&ees ad frieL
Ji K. WoewuiAh p and daufh-
1-Jdb have returned to this
-01 asbte, hwhoe the eyhave
brii sBiive bor the past few


MiA-ie Bem of High Springs,
-e tien~miaeg young ladies of
thatfwa, we is the eity for a few
a yIImatesdtsB Sle was en route te
J6gg, ukeef g w enter college.
-T.Le sty of Waasee was ia the
horw a few ho*r. yesterday. He
ae lotm to saawevllle, where It
kIseamsdhe ezpeessto close sancx
ualyesd 'or the delivery of cedar

Mr. sad Mr. Riebad Puerry and
dWOlbr. Mi Nay, after eidence
Ge aweatt- mothts n this eity de-
ye s jterday for Osala, which



gagi httstaseth, Va., where abe has

Xrs.LRiley Payd. She was greatly
- JBee-~teed; phsly fi romHB the trip.
ather Isfands are glad to see her

;^. 4 1saVer, a progresive mwer.
~t-ei~ni. --lb' -ugthe-vistf*


eagto this sltB yesterday. Estates
rhtf thepseplesof hi.s ection have the
siaofev ter, and ar anxiously
asbtae g th4Me extemlon of the At-
bustte Coast Lneb th at point.
ontoi(:^ ttt j^ '---


Saes of -was
the dtyjeertesday. Mr. Leaves is on a
^iR toisether, Mrs. 1T. F. Davis,
oceky Polat, where he formerly lved,
STera f ee tst few yeats be has been
opln yds ea sengineer oonme of the
olwmsi aragie-yahts of Dungeness.
llflll Sheaf F. 8.Cui Areher
e to th city Sunday William
staggazluredwho was arrested at
haigt ee a share of selling
fe^|liggggig|reye ty. The pri-oer
wadsgere to satboritles, and will
bgiws bs bgrbefoe lostie Qj.

bo-th-*- xb- ar ed
^^^^ M .siiiUclalliiB'f^ealjiaand

~ otingat
NP ^e Mhae
hB-B lB S*' -


cityeyester -y. He called at The sn f lo oni here he a
esand soed his app reestion a 'of o
ibod t g "by hvlin x his nsme ea- 'e"Thohea. who is e=ployed by
rileds ope the sgberiptiou lt. Mr. t-e J. .I. Horn C ppany. wholesale
Carter states that a large number ofi and rn-av crockery. Jackonrille. a
people fro. evry se ..ion o fthe- -hi-l cer. wte arets
State have been entertained by thee th.i e-:y that he is get:t g aloz aie.-
esidenut of Daytoan, Seabreeze ad y and A ,as:in g of a'raie" in al-
Goodalli gtihe smmtte er intelosed. ar
A erd from Prof. J.A.Ormand The re-sidence of P. H Baker. East
Windsor request the addre. T of The taineTile, which has gi3t been eom-
San changed to Jensen, Fla Prof. pietely overhauled and repaired, wil
Ormand, who eas been for the past be equipped with eleetrie lights and
few years one of AlaaeLsa eouty'n e~- other modern conveniences. Manager
eien teathert, has aeepted a position Doig has had a force engaged for the
s nninrl f tfit eI.ant wh l-And P P at two days wiring the hcase.


has already entered pon his doues.
He will be insisted by Mrs. Edith
Hunter and daughter, Miss Edith, Jr.
The Gainesville Fish Company is
the name of the new concern which.
has lst opened for bhiness in the new
Thomas building, East Main street,
opposite The Son ofEee. Johr.n L.
Chesser, a well known young man
about town, will be manager of the
nw- *rMern, _which is an assuranne
that everything will ran smoothly.
The frm proposes to ran its own boats
and nets on the Golf, and will furnish
this market with the choicest of fresh
sa salt water fish and oysters.
After a residence of about three
jeans in this city during which time
she has sucessfolly conducted the
sKaniuan House, Mrs. C. V. Kauff-
m and children departed yesterday
for Savannah, which place they pro-
pose to make their future home. Mrs.
Kauffman was accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Petris, of Savannah, who
has been here for the past few days
ssist-ing her i packing up preparatory
to making the change. Mrs. Kauff-
m has" many- friends in this city who
reet exceedingly her departure, but
t ishe will be pleased in her new

D. L Landress, the wood contractor
of Abernathy, was among the visitors
to this city yesterday. It will be re-,
miebered that Mr. Landress had as
exciting encounter with an immese
etanmosut about three miles from
Gainesille when on his way home a
few nightsresently, notice of which
appeared in The Son. He stated yes-
terday- thAt he had nzt yet recovered
entirely from the shock, and that the-
eold perspiration trickled down his

the incident. iHe goes well armed
when traveling at night in the vicinity
of Abernath,-y. a wild eats and other
animals are reported plentiful in that

Arm Wednesdas DaYi Sun:
Florida grown seed rye for sale by
G. 8. Merchant & Co.


J. C. Kewberryof High Springs was
in the city yesterday.
William Adams of Roshelle was a
visitor to this city yesterday.
Phillip Clarke of Wad was trans-
acting business in this eity yesterday,
Col.,. arr of Micanopy was
among those who paid Gainesville a
visit yesterday.
M. J. Ward of Micanopy was among
those who paid Gainesville a business
visit yestei.ay.
Mrs.: V Taylor of Rocky Point was
among those who favored Gainesvrille
.with a visit yesterday,.
10M bushels genuine Texas rust proof
seed oa to be had in any quantity at
G. Merchant Co'.
SM. Chitty departed yesterday -for
points in South Forida. H expects
to be abet several days.
M.J. Sherit of Paradise was a visi-

istered at the Brown $oueW.
Mas Omen Holloway has gone to
White Sprigsg, where the will spend a
ftwdap 0 as the gest of eattives sad


Teethifna" a- its name implies,
iIs sr-d by every mother wise.
To stay eon imisons that come on
When teething time begins to dawn.
For nausea., vomiting and the weak,
irritable stomach of children, nothing
equals Dr. Moffett's "Teethina" (teeth-
[ing powders. It aids digestion and
regulates the bowels.
With a desire to be up-to-date, J. D.
Mathbeon is having the interior of his
store handsomely papered and other-
-wise improved. When completed the
room wiil be one of the most attrae-
tire in the city. The work is being
done under the supervision of Con-
tractor L. B. Long.
MiMes Fina ard Murray Celloe of
Hague have gone to St. Augustine,
wnere they will enter the convent for.
the regular eduestional course. These
young ladies have many friends in this
section who feel surq their course of
training will be efficient, bat trust to
'see them here again before a great
while.
J. R. Emerson of Kirkwood,one of
the leading citizens of that section,
was transacting business in this city
yesterday. Mr. Emerson states that
a large acreage of hammock land is
being cleared in the viinity of Kirk-
wood, and the prospeets for an exten-'
sivre expanse of track fields were never
better than at this time.
SMrs. H. H. McCreary and daughter,
Miuss Irene, departed yesterday for
|Lynehbrg, Va., where the latter will
enter the Randolph-Maeon College.
Miss Irene has many friends here who,
regretted her departure. but trust she
will be pleased with her school. That
she will make new friends among her
lasmate- and the people of Lynch-
burg there can be no doubt.
Information reached this city yes-
terday of the death of Mrs. Corrigan,.
which occurred at Otter Creek Mon-
day night. Deceased was well known
in that section, where she has resided
for many years. She was a sister of
the late 1ail Agent White of the
Cedar Key-Jacksonvlle run. A coffin
was shipped to Otter Creek last night
by the Thomas Undertaking Com-
pany.
Phifer Bros. and L. J. Brkhimn, who
will occupy quarters in the new build-
ings on the east side of the sqaare,
were busily engaged yesterday in re-
moving their respetire stocks. These
two stores, when properly stocked,
will make handsome displays, and will
in themselves tepd to increase their
business. They expect to be ready for
business in their new stands by the
end the present week.
Miss Louise Simpson of Kirkwood,
the accomplished daughter of Mrs. J.
R. Emerson, Kirkwood, has on exhi-
bition a few articles done in pyrogra-
phy, which are attracting the attention
of all who see them. Pyrography is a

yongladywho is a graduate of Wil-
liamaon Femjle College. Williamma,
8. U., haslerned t art, and will of-
fer her series Co these who *deau
them. She s Madto be exeptioally
;nseens gpitab ars


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turned to her home.
W. L. Jackson of Arzher, one of the
oldest and most highly respetetd citi-
zens of that section wa among the
visitors to this city yesterday.
Mrs. W. E. Dow of High Springs was
in the city for a few hours yesterday.
She was n route to Jacksonville,
Where her husband ison boiness.
Carload fine Kentucky horses and
mules will arrive on the 1h inst.. aad
thom desiring fine tock would -do
well to all ad ee the lot. Price
right. Crawford & Davis, d4wl
Oar iros-elad labor contract is in
deasd amon all employer of
Price ae. eack for less than 50,
or 2 per 100. Sendeash with order.
Address The Sn. Gaiaeville, Fha. t
Monroe Venable of Kasapaha, mem-
ber of the fiArm of Venable A Joses,
anatat~~mers of lumber, and Veaable,
Jones Co.. uda store operators,
was tra sacting business in this city
yesteday.
Mrs. W. H. Sibley and charming
daugtr, Miss Lyda have returned to
their home in thi city from an ex-
tended visit to Bouon and other
points in the East. They report a de-
lightful and beneficial trip.
Mims Mabel Sanhez departed yes-
terday for St. Augutine, where she
will remain a day 'or two. From St.
AuguKte wshe expects to proceed
Korth, where she les- been called on
aeeount of the illaes of her brother.
Nobie Strobhar, who holds a position
with the Postal ?.lgxpb Company of
Biriha Ala, andas been away
on rV.i foIr the pest thirty days.
departed for the Alabama city yeter-
day, wherebhewiU resme his duties.
After a least isit to his children
in this city, F. V. Seagle has returned
to his home aWest W Palm Beach. His
friends here are glad to learn that he
ia prspering in his new home, and
that he is also ejoying excellent
health.
Ira. J. Carter arrived in the city yes-
terday from Savannah. Mr. Carter
propose to establish an immense gen-
eral store at Newberry, and went to
the Georgia city for the purpose of
buying goods. He will have one of
the most up-to-date stores in the West
End.
F, S. Osteen of Mianopy, member
of the firm of Oteen & Herrin, naval
store operators, was a business vis-
itor to thecityy The term
of Osteen & Hrria of the lagI
et in th seetion, and the members of
the firm are clever and moeael



whis erred ather h e inte
White imne e rn
hearts T aSde w t


Tb. hum e ieew *13 B. Xe-
Doaswldwhie kam bees in e'nM of
reaction to fe p" few smiths, ha
bim aboat cotpketed. and is one of
tM fA"eit s the city. Manager Doaig
a1 the~ (jai rille Gias and Eleeteri
Light Campeay had a force of men en-
pged yesterday in wiring the build-
!as. which will beequipped with elee-
trie lights throughout Mr. Me1Dona
sand his interesting family expect to
occupy the hoease within a short time.
The young ladies, of North Gai te-
i last n1 ight tendered the yoang
men of that thriving and up-to-date
neighborhood a most enyabT e leap-
year party at the home of Mrs. EL D.
Turner. Thert were a number pres-.
en. and the evening passed in a man-
uer appropriate to the cession. At a
!ate hour the young people dispersed,
and the North Gainetille leaIp-year
party will long be emembed by those
who were fortunate enough to partei-
rate.
crPi T AurT Dai7yk Swa:
Smuth Georia seed rye to be found,
at G. S. Merchantl Co'*.
Carload of eiar eor for sale. A. G.
Lamb, Miezaopy, Fia. dwal
T1. 3. MeP.Rae of Hawthorn was =ong
the visitors to thiseity yesterday.
Dr. 3. L. Davis of Irvine was a bmf-
iae visitor to this city yesterday.
John Kite of Hagse was among the
traders in the eomnty capital yester-
day.
M3i Daisy Cato. a charming yorr;
:ady of Newberry, was shopping in the
eity yesterday.
A. G. Lamb, a sueeassfl tracker cf
Micanopy.-was among the visitors to
this eity yesterday.
Mrs. H. W. Waits departed yester-
day for Orange Lake. where she will
spend a few days as the ges of
friends,
Miss Sarah Broadaway of Albacy,
Ga.. after a pleasant visit to her sister,
Mrs. F. M. Celons, this city, has re-


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GAINES.ILLE. FLORIDA.

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COt 3. J A TM -Ia a i sall lg
Cedar LeyafeIesmwed to thel
ple. 3orh GsiaesTvi wl w i
thist teirlerse home. CoL Wi
it is unadertood ha w ei d
property ar4 prop<5ses to f3&Lee~~
sire improvTemen He i- a
by prof-ate and may pomiby
lish an ofiee here.
Justice J. A .j StriMcland of W a
one of the leading farrmet8 an
zens of that seetion, was trading it
city yesterday He reorta the
pillaUrs and rost iO do*14 great d
age in the Hague nei:gbor*ood, an|
says he believe the greater par c tf
otn eroVp wih be harvested by th
middle of- Octotr. A few acreagE
late aiw ife a oti t
strujed by raft and insece. b t thi
wil almost tocourparately title |

Cuch Mou es_.
The 5aest eityad ALVIaag ehsreb
are painted with the Langca Ma&=
tinez paints. and we want eveq
church to accept s 4o2r S L waes
ever theypsi-tw
,mssaiE thereape when you
want fourteen gax.! of pams. -by
ouly eight oL. & m aod s six gal.
loans of pure linseed il with isi.making
ta e0 af s&a.s abo=t $) per
galecn. ';**
DonS pay Ela auEzn z? ENmed
.oil {wortSh 6' ees~i whien ybs dc'
when yI2 buy otaer pints is a eas
with a paint label on it.
Many houses are well- pated with
for gallons of I 31. anSd there ga.
losa of linseed oI mized therewithL
Wears aid covem like goLd.
Thee eelebrated pains are sol -by
Melver MacKay, Oceaia. Fl.


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