Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
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: 10 4, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID02287
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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w!im comletslu msr a w. HuDof

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a Vdes, Opt. 3.-Ir WIllIa Y" e
see Iarmurt, "thr enOt ph tts
-11at4r 0 s *"4ed very ,4ip

fto. 0 smoBstry *opt whi11 h1 a14 a
I tainete trd oam his "Rphew.
O aly has wI e, a daugh r of Uho
Jtehmitlhromp Motley. th hst. 4.
rad rer Aeorto m latet s
lest IRitin. was with hbm. Wer
Mr WllUoir wr t to bd lat nIho the
I .sa elblp rl*y 0-l,. thou e U h 6oi

modml hiao wiihe woa olte4 he erw0s
saerly:s o fo Lei 11o '
"ious a short taime"
ater t esrvnt tefrd the rae
iig loAd aSr Williiam rlylag r i
his bed, Hl som lwi Twnors lmst
ou ns, amembr of parliament I 6th
T NseieleO division of L h1eeilre wem
uste m *ummoaod from Lo.do. ,
A aIg all oluMac I nthe ait4"
"I itm K rgare tlbe of party, thiet
adko retirdeugm h9 of ppc the'
m a u rw To soowhate 9th'

toi pBoamsed-t *otl he 1o UI

I e to the bdAvrt eu ,t
ibllsr tOIt hJll taol arttU mpto u
Wt6 b w a"red by Mesly 4 4 r5 y
f *wS perulpmtaery strifa.
nd. oe of the l dm'sets mot bttM
eppafets. aptly oad iGreta ly sI y :
"With tIe late Ubewi Melm tham
ia pesed away ose of the ast
me tttoaate Inur e bued up withte '
*l rilliant trdltlions of the boo
Iu asTmo s There ar but a few
left of hoe e U oaitt stt"more Mn
IMved their political ttalnlI at the
beMad of GOadstoet ad Dlirasll. The

Io witdrthedrail t distinguished
&i*MMs Into well earned repose, fL
ar *a ereer of Lerd work sad n olilM
1 aoUvltyS, gives* ~tho to the evetv
I m TIUCI STILL PENING N. "

tween Uruguayan Authort:r sand
Revolutlonlt$.
Buenos Ayree, Oct. 3.--The tree
between the trruuyanr authorities and
tq revolutiosists continue. penadil
the acept see or refusal to new peas
r006e06, the provtylioi of whi
bvev not beea muek public. Paramlu..
m advices SITe report. of small "'
fe there and the overmet forces,
bu they are so gon meltle U to rew
dor the laiingat d rrte statte mb
lpwejhUe; Both .tde) lala to
m"nrof t)o tLti so al ; *i
Ikeod the conuUtloss arg U gpjf l
maclagced from those last iSor.
It is reported from Corrlente that
IJoh N. Rumn. Amertcai coansul at As'
Ielon, Psar'uay. is acting as preel
deat. ad As tele raphe to Wuahla
tea through Amerlean Mlaister Finch
pr an American warship to asut thI
moment.
Hnge Himself in Hotel.
Atlantic City, N. J.. oet. 3.-Ph#il
Schaefer. 45 years old, sa employe od
the Atlantic City Brewinl company,
oomnmltted sulclde at a hotel in Baltie
Tentue by hangnla. He lad been Ill
for several weeks. His wife was on
a visit to Newark, where they former
ly Irvd.

Church Is 175 Years Old.


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71"it s req tasI4n the se" wo
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sMen d beta lashed rway smr It.
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tdI -h' o g woeI 1hMo De OraIneo bridge at I Mere
W -h it tbBS 2 00i and. tts he asts ,r right or way s
i ti s let iMo ast aMY plUs hasl beens wsbe outit
Sbes t. troed trae is etirelfy au sde
w I aI 1 a5.04 11. esdi business Is p ealysoed.
it w i reported that the fl~ twa

i t ft .r ande ader e t rs ie I e r ti
lelBw y Although re ports conie to be t e ip
S.ew Teir Ot.r t-*arts re us i lated o y that eveal fetmill
l e 3d TwL ceatral asd Rud iii, have b ..es misastg ae rthe flood
S. e eipd a', ay al.p-y macI rIepert r thi gh the city yes terda y, a
5 giee pu:nite MShows gree eM WIagI. et, e have best recovery t ad t
1.Ias aore et of $4l44 Iee oRtel. Maouace that they mo
SrW the prevIus year. LpMmI ISo a' reoeas to bellIv* there ws. a
Ihi t,* ge sMed a den.,70 1 nor*a *t les of lif. The property lo wit l
endads from subeldlary eeypanioe The damage to the Colorado atd W y
1 iopldae nlso l ereaeld ase W slWg asilrid is $71,6000 to la I0 t
l l with the total or 103. thus re. th weakening of the f69.0 bMbge Ia
Mr P O. t herry. uoe I met lucomeo to t $1 ,8,440. Ordinary divIde. a T o m sle of tack between SBopri
ethr charges whoa dteductef, ftro a ass washwbod away. Omi
Ale, m cth t loaves a surplaU .f no30. thousand feet of the aute fte treedt
frie. the year but dedationsi re I* n the river t Jaua. sad the
made for new equilpaet as that the bridge at Starkville ie ogae.
tc* surY plus for the yer is reduee Colorado end Southerle trad n
iwe 4 .T. Riley Ca onsi s rek4d M4 bres
and 10,000 ties having boes carried oul
Ap s bi_ YeTo vines Coms tturM e. -by tih water.
t R lehmoad. Vai Oct.. 3 n.-James s eiai peetnla of the city rcoal
hb V Watsm, of Indiana; TratF y Bus s, all was oed tWday to devise turell
eorth Dakota; C. D. Myers, lloir:' flor the relief of ood suffeers. Cow
I. C. Richard'son. Virgia; 1. a struction of a tepoy , r tealts
i0. Cherry.. South Dakota. were today o the so011th sid to replace the W
t 5e4ai 4 cncied by Charles IC. hively. stipreme that were washed away was begua ht
I o ebhancellor Knights of Pytia to re _lr_ lt
eq > Vise the Pytbian constitution.
.. Decline Offe. N inc olreased Capitalie tin.
d aId NIogY uapn *ank Decli'es Offer. New York. Oct. 3.--Consserblelsi.
Berlin. Oct. ).-The Dlsonteo bas, terest is shown tla he total pAiftila I
10im 0te l* eat ibulk oafer of the Oeneral Venesuelan rail- tfon of company es organized tinr t the
eh **l. nied, has derti'ned an olfer of 45 pet laws of the asterm states durlag SepB
r w~~Thee 54 t ent of the par v-aqpl pf the stoe. The, timber with .L0060,000 or men author
ilbiwet .11 a Qp bid was moatl by 'oneral VaHlattn. the l4d capital stock as compared witi
t haina provId Veeiertanh minister here on behalf of the pre.w. mouth. The new omrn
S* 11 twit: was ot his ove'rn mi'nt. t4ptral Valltint pPaies show an aggregate c0iau
p turity t the be will arrhe tolay roinm Parts ties of 146,230,004. This to is or that
Wealthy Negro Dies.
l2 lt ce Spartati'trg S. C.. Oct. 3.-To Judge Parker's Ward Weds.
*Oct. o3.Aoj aet okmar. tihe mnt notable ntgro in, EO?I, N. \V.. Oct 3. -j. lPark
ysit OBf 6lon M n the (h .ectEon aki vl'ttldr of half a dv Or and meaber4 o)f hIl tamlIy today
knit unlargv o vt: it :ntit dll' P he r nartende* the *iarrlagp of bi ward1
BB. i tar ha1 tal aktr over $2, l* ti aKathiernyt Iawton. and Robert
tHtPlr. Ho built tb H.- m::* aiil 0a t Inton, waclh tltok place at WeW"
I tW lart e ta lita Par. .


iddletown. N. Y.. Oct 3.--Th
IT5ih anniversary of tt(b Uood W'1;
church wnas celebrated In ItL pre-ent
dllfee. near Mon.gioomery. It 15. the.
oldest Prestyierlan chiurcl, In tth.
state but one. w of the lul3e.)
tlrver the organic dttg bacW to
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For FALL and WINTI1R,
I' 'before all the choicest pat.
terns have been gobbled up

You can't tel, these
clotheopfrom the high-
eo st class m er chatit
tailor work, because
they have the same
Stone and refinement
of appearance--some-
$4 Ug not to be f4od in ordinary ready-to-wear garments.
W.y dally with the unknown qk.antity of doubtful
tu k, Wbon' there's the 6 bslhite certainty of always get-
0j0 properly made garments here at the right prices.
SiUkre Theoin l th. Plturoe And Other (inds at 06.50
PW Utte. Price ...... -L to $10.00.

lt le not a 'question of how little you pay, but how much
you get r what you pay. That Is the secret of real economy.
'lMWp la xa& let ue talk It oewr."
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SMARCUS
Outfitter to Particular People .


ENDEL
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

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: NOR Ona WATER WORKS.
IH0n0 of CVinaton aiaSeking Needed
ImprovementiA
O'vUlgtoOn a.. t t. s--t. e necesSi.
S.for a waterw-orlks 'ytem for thw
',It lt f neverr more apxatent than for
tUr last jg or 3 monitks. .The recent
,1, by tMlch $250,000 Kworth oft prop-
erty wsi de6ttryd, antl which. hail the
etir po'aiesd VwaterwUtka. could no
,dmbt have been saved, was a valuable
object lesson that put the c!tzens c t
OpeinSton to thinking.
SThe drying up of so many twell in
e (pity as a result of the continuous
drMealt hab been another means of
'atalltlal a stroan sentiment, in fa
1, of a early bond latue for this
muoSh-nMeed hIpprovemencnt.
*Btter Than PiIs.
The question has bewn atked-in
Wbha way are Chanhberlali's stomach
lad Liter Tablets superior to the ordi-
a ty latharti and liver pills? our
awetr !t, they are easier and more
pleSant to take and their effect is
jO gentle and so agreeable that
one hardly realize that it is pro-
duald b a medicine. Then they not
only move thp bowel but improve the
appettd a sd lid tlhe dthoeon., For
iale at 2i oent per bottle by all d rug.


Prank Duncan Captured.
S Montguatnery. AU.k Oct. 3.--eramh
Dunean. safB l@owt.r and muirderwr,
who broke tail at i OtratMrha three
years ago. has been capltred at St.
Auglustine, Fla. Sheriff Burgia,
Chlef of Police Weir and Detectliv
n BoddeJr Kcured reqtilrtlon ippers\and
> f left for the ptiaoner. Dunoael Is a
dor death sentence In Blfralngham and
it bas1 exhatutedl every right of appeal.


lt


John W. Scott Nominated.
Charleston, 8. .. Oct. 3.-At the ReK
peblican congretetlonal cunventlota In
the third district, held Ih Andersorn,
Joa W.. Scott, a white plb, was
-I-4ted. o acott, W th" b "dat,


S T RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES.
POINT S COBRECTLYWHlTENroo-nlllE: ,
JW rtb or LIBERALITYor Ir iCY( CONSTIACTS
c JD CeriUloa PROMPT PAYSIENT or I.tSSES.
We cover thesl important points and respectfill'.
.olieit a hIare of yo7r business,

Fire, Life, Accident and Health Isurance

-Agents for the--

Victor Safe and Lock Company
Ci0oiox.3at= ti, l3i O.-
The "Victor" is th~ b'at safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purehuae of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank i ult, will save money
by coumilting us. Call on or address,
i CUSHMAN & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


AT LANT I HAVE IT FOIR TEN YEAR.%


The Montezuma


On the A. C. and
None Better


.Ill, Ll 1AND
LCCIDVIT II
tiB OLD as
AND B3ITC O0
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At OCALA, FLORIDA.
SS. A. L. Rys. V. J. SHIPMAN, Propriel
in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.


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COOPPAY,
PPLt.


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SOr arp you trnto equeeze
a little m we iear out of
tht Saumme BSuit already
looking seedy,
Better 'won herebre ad"
take at ]o)k at our eappy
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B, .. WHITFI E.

U. A. ROiBORfl>rti'C
O. 11. TI.I.M AN.;
SCounty Judge.
H.a s. Maeon.

L. IPENNELL
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B el|list the marrlnle of anlmewort i" ulr Mnlllnolen tio as0u l14 io
,P un who harve "no provisloo fr thei f I&, ekile with a whoop elM ml ,Tll 1F.
ac~clll" Ill clusing liioly dis0se ll h ra Wu hlnlea nth ,s eorn ...
U lsle throughout. the irnkid 4161e". It mllMule lret itlrl, e. e +' /
B ouu a rarity .'iueome ellt hav rihe rhoughi to go to the enhaOt. IS iof n oS I
Publ 4le i fethera or nmarry heIreoses, before they leteightmaloasbe anso he perforlst
na-t- a mI arar r y qualified to wed, it follows that ibe aIhvalril USed of eallalng hise set
S henlforth oadets to Wel lPoint mntes l inlogrls beosets he himself ha
booe the sons of wealthy men. ,rom dslorield irrtgularitIeo in the elel
NAM, Solcito this will result a military aristoersey tieL, Ithough the iepublilo scomait.
C. based on moa y, anld heton of the fit. *o had not reported aglinstr him
ru.sruolsmas sure will boe ealusively sthoeo of the Such meaon are soar1e.
r m ri elfashiona tsr moel*!tt s'lher pleasurreports. uch warriors There is not a sentence in the l..
e ittes.oe. oulde he admnirably ldaptd tt ed shine publiolan. platforlal, esa Judgae Prker
Ioilem; Is.g11oI Cotbia' harmless battle.flelds i f in his Jtter of lseptlanee. res. n
rve wmes- oimld naIneurtte. The sober feet is rending a re destion l goveratnMi
that the irlrduages from West Polit exvpedlIInres: not a woidl suggeiing
e O uee Ithavei much larger lnoomes than the that the nllerea In the eos tl lhe
utlore Ke- rtiere American boy whio larrieo, alrWar Deparseentfl ma l R84Asla0,
mitt are tnlnolitillyfr f betlirable bt 4 de r lievland, 1680, to !alIi,g0,o0 in
madle known uppor t families. The trouble Ia that 1 o4, should be Inqlred Into, and not n
a-- majority of them prefer to lspetd line Calling fo# an Invatsllltio rAt
sn et.lat-r p r ey In JqiutivIalltsisa4 elltlt thbse deportment. of the government
I everr Ut e rito rather than In a manner beteom. t1 which corruption has been reatilyI
alea al ti inao qcuie and relpeitable Amlaerlounl rerveled.
&%e and sIon-
free. s, em citizens. tI f cours Corbisi's proj~t
ads. for r1,00e lead uip to a llanaL uon Cotlgresls for The State Demooradie E*uatiive
asl increase of army salariesall round. Committee has put Itself "in a holel'
ue atter rmt by substituting the name of J. EaM.
emoteriase lion. Wu V. N heats, 1tate tperi. 0 mOs Wolfeef PenaGoola for 8a"t+ 'uG
sot lnowo to tendent of schroolr. "lost his head" ist perintendent of schools for Itha i t f
vortllni inA- the meeting of thle satle Demoeora*le Wmn. M. Holloway, The lttr gelbileo.
IrLLt. L. Exettive l Ollnniitte in Jacksonville man is oial "charged" with erimlnial
last 8atySrday. The Son was of the IIb, Wheres, Mr. Wulfe, eus ell:eav
ISyT. oi .ilotr, and had thie Marane of the l ago, publicly donferrd fhsl guit of
gentleman i himself to that eleoat, that t0ch a orloe.
Professor Sheat*, when he preferred
ER his charge agafrnt Mr. Holloway, sim. Ptrlldeator aoi. :R ete law
ply desired to show to the public that in ite White Hlouse lvinl peellops te
at, the fItmous Booker aininlton letter s Inarm of oldseldtier$, JlHI l elF411
i( did not eoul'a l the words "in the vice otm pilosue, r. ea. Job. 0 .
S white ,Ahnol auditorium," When the lsolk, eNsmmader ela elfl olf te 0. ,
or. committee requested the withdrawal A. R sollal l tlhatid 'blrm sd1 as
I O of 3r. I Hpilo ay as the candidate for mll iaht e no *Io So t p *,
State Sup brintendent, however, Mr. law so tbht 1lel o .
Diettict, Sheate obtlaine the privilege of the ..
. loorand proceeded to adrouate him- "Work w e nea$ e 1 o pleatnlf 0
self as i elndidate for Ithe position, wager o hllhb thit yeg rei* *
olamipla that he was the 101ge1oia" ean. t4 n ethuluslti pelilde nll ...
Sdidlate, But the oiemmltMit deoded la , ll* .the t art totg. ..
* othorwla and later oa n ,. Shesat as In. leisie wae drawn *satiely b t e
nouced that he would be a aia dat O1000 woa gots who had )s bwn,a laid
anyway. His friendeisem to bato had ofl a the Pall8iua e 4 h Oe.
some lflobe* with him after- he
'ARD. "cooled Oi." sod: he withdrew,: hhis It' i 1114 tt w at rP LodWge1ll S1
i candidacy. a_ lln hee ase l a JoAMt d
e, D. Iht with, hi telf on the suble# lo
ID. Congressman Babcock, lohaltma of Canall dn relipreol ,y
, the Republlcan commalte, i let f tro i te. :
IS, ble. In 19051 he wrote to a friend about "I a1 Ia elf.male muA,"' explain t
the .taiff: 'AfSer we ha ve beidd so Mr.I J. *Mlwalde Addll sl eof Dlw p e*
well, and many of our ladasitrle have And he acknowledge ith t ha wot he W0*Sr
become ilants, sueh as the world has rb pk*s.:
Never known, shall we continue a tla -
ff on articles that yield no revenue, lniialo is well nllh ualstho thit ht
truon, need no protection, and. like the pro. Judge Parker's lester 14 a bogie Ilas
Iuy n duets of our farms, eie articles of ex- that will be equal to mny thousalldlesIN
port? How can such a policy be de. of voters.
culture, tended? If Congress m Jattains a tar- "
iff on c.h article s, the whole t i heory w a
n, o rotection fallsrto the around." It
N. does: It does '
'i Tears,mr
.OR. P'residenw Roosevet l, in his letter of l E_ __
urt, acceptance, said "It le not creditable TH eII mIEE-
EI.L to us asa nation that our great export J
aFORD, and import trade should be well nigh
D. exelusirefy in tle hands of forr W eign-. Th
er." Why not. i Amerleans cannot T
H, make.nore tlhan one per cent in t il
ships, and if the pauper laborer of R EM E ,otIVSl info atla e.# e w s'
business of building end running For ll lo asles

SEuropeare satisfied w th thai cot- "WaseIr. Am C"w.
t..mptible profit? The reason wlr* 11R ee1 S l m oa l n oeIIse 6e es v
American, do lot rush into thie 6bd- Blll d4-mow Ltlimeot CA
ness of ocean transportation is that It *6. LOtus 10 ,
o.... nout pay., oft o le bi W 1I. IJobsen.
rt1 .e.e.... .. ..
J. J Ilill thinks that the corn crop

seven years. nltral irosrenor can
goure' out that tie shrinkage Is due to
a fear of a I~emocratic victory in No-
ST0 LO UI8S
+mfor. lIlt a sort crop meaus high \
Itttructlon, pricess and secretary Shaw says that
Y ". hiaht pria' m ean prosperity, T 'huer- +-S-
t.e fI tore is alI tangled up.

Ihe thin t C' go -etrmnllt r lalonstratmsr
"N. ; rj.:. it ls strange rthat l tr__te____________________ll T h e A tla n ti
". against Irtreat ritain e'izing the King-
N ten t Ti a .It it i strange that the ..IOb ... LI i1. ih

... .. .......... .5 ... .'. ..l Atlanta eud me
o r.C rMI etl.l el .r I ar,,, ..
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Su elpi ipuet,.M -R *r*
Iltrtl, is senior partner of the tirm of F.J. 1, Round Tri ,atee FromGalaee
Cheney ,'& Co.. doing business in the L',Erar Le t uIl
t'..i t 'fTldo l eouti and ,ate tifore, L %J)LJ


k. 1 ft w U .4
R. t. WEEKS. said, and that said firm will pay these
surm of one Hundred l)olltrs for each
hre States in the uniiIe out- and every case 9f Catarrh that cannot
ie lo ia the production of Irish te e red by theli use of Hall's Catarrh
' A r crop for 1I t was C r't. FK.% J. ( ,ier.d
w brhetls, valued at pearly^ n 3o to before rte nisd subscribed
0bushenls valued at pearly~iIllys'y rpelee, this lih day of Decem .
MO. Kanas i rapidly forging tier. .' m m a 5r4OI ., ,,
at potato State. N N.AL1 1"utT eda go;JiN A, )N TIr.
... o-*l*Iry ,-tMJ .\ow r Piihlic. tweeria / /d'Pes i 1.
a d be m fiiuii't l ;;t' rrt t 'i is taken inter- M t ih l p rnettcI csE .,' *
ld be a matter of conigrtula- :r. al tis direelly e,1 the hleood M! I moIes a.t esen s Ca.
UIe United .States and the :. ,,'ii . ,rl(ae'e tl.he yt se.la5n. B
l thsl clmp glln is entirely wr Ir ., .o nil'. free. ;
.a n a*andPsmtty per (,,. 'ro:e7u. pI.
dis4 ra1 ed the flrt I~;:_ -" iej ly J$ -lt 4ori
B rfa>*- nlinn. :A


Dt IV --
On sale daily. Good till Pro. 25. Oa. al



$29.65
On ale dally. (ood ffiften days.


For rervations andinfonioaip o
,^F: a ^Q^!rg b


daily.
,, '











'i


bh oo.

QJIII,;~ ~


mA


wSiD Sr SKLLtS

gas assa S Pood bage
apo seor atS thle trap.
iLr 'and. ,,*Repontter"
aIre good shells,0
* *ways giving an even
.a4 od pecntration, their.
Stwtied4 "to by. aportc,
orit. ,Iactory Loaded
mto a oy other maIe.
g| '(* K P :9,TU,


Slaiebe lor u gad l w lands W this
3)ud hi uthl!o wthl t year an .
las IAW A



iB... M '





0UTTON&CO.


0 6M. COttonL.

eed. ag and Twine. Walrue
in lstrtlrror Sides.

'ooeJame Doig Improved English
Gitn, and anppies for me'A A
AflhmRi)A. U a A


W. hsRWs,
MN Qt"4ojl', C A ^tY...




AiN4oVI:.iii Alasln Q., FLA.
0i** O*As t i n :al Ristak.


Ac ,ood sa and. Ia"ll
B 1r. a4gd ofr Joand,



c or t? .. .:. se



.a1 o i t the ,a.Sa


I .I. E RXA. E1I.



umw Onmuoar6w *s BRA we*.
taewurhu r ed es4


p Depnt,,ie dnsa. @eaaelas

rlee IW o noww lx c wle*

Ons* uaau tliorei Caouerg Dl Br
iron.ascceaenep hYew tbitwi.
A&LW. WossBt0saasft.
ORa. i) fillet uLa teA*aue.
QL1rru3.1&.B Vire


T4,1w9W. *0.,
VINM WINEPs 3 UORs & OIOARt s
1t94l)W. Bag !s.. JackLneOae, fla.
aiesB beer, ibttli ad drvauht. Don't
f l to all on ae whe inin Jacksonvlle

I). HA4RY LE JARVIw,
(Witt 0.( it Tlon).
DENTAL 9UR1GEON.

Ofl14 toa HleIr ,aew Exebatwan,
tAItNiSVILJ. FIAIUDA

ORYSTAL SALOON, ,
'fraitl Uartner. Pr)t'r
Jaslkonville, Florida
Beel Imported and Domeatio Liquors
and Wian* in the city.



SOUTHERN RY


WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE

Best Lin, to St. Lois

Superb Dining Car Service

Stup-overs, going and returnmino. t
Atlantal Knoxville. Louisville. Aslhi
ville and principal North Carolina
mountain resorts.
See High Bridge thighest railroad
bridge in the world), Famous llue
(ras Region, L4exington and Louis.
vllle. ,
Free reclining chair cars and high
olams day coaches. Through Pullman
sleeping ears Jacksonville to Ht. Louls.
Folders, rates etc., Cheerfully far.
nilhed upon applieotion to J. O. luk.,
District Pjasenger Agent, 10 WIee
Bay St. Jaekmonville, Fla.


E lhi, Ii mire, Pipe, Fit. I
e WltuM pU,,auet.

SBought in Car Lot. Sold in au
S quantity.

1 fi e of ar CauselM.

Baird Hardware. Co.
OACRvuYIa~lL FLA.


1 Mu l. P. Jsck s Mr
wibowlb* ( lCavt.iml Hal '&4pi
0 iMM I =0 e10.rob60h a reIan1t of
W.ath Offtim aot f c"rId leao
b aB n o by llot o l oleew4t
of not W*s u thrse nor more than tle
Ite elected aualr by the fourth qt
ooefteete a re1Moribed by tie bylab w
the oeorwuio. and Ithll 6 o e
tber Mulseao u are elE ald. Fab
tn to ie obuase by uMn from aid boa.
names of the oimoNrsm who are to msiwe
wilral of the cotporltlip until the iNt a
tton rarn follow; It.H. Ayer. oeltirlu
iMrtn. tetr. IHmldl of Trsnter :
A er. L tnlB. Joian Murrell, I1. P.
rii,, Lwit auirrer. Xilelusn ThoMllna. IL
Vri. Hatte lAdai enl Jobhmn WaLUOe.
Seventh. The I>-Ilaws of N[ l torpor
shall be made. atoerel or re.ladee by O
a'eeral uoUferebee olf sait Mlethodalt ob
Tflilth. The hlblrlt nmOiUnt ,of lndebt
nrai or Ilabtllbl to wblob wMth M torid w tultu a
at any tlme ibjeot Itll shbull not e
twu-tilrdt iof the vihoue of the property of M
Ninth. The amoni In a luo r the re
estate whoih Mid ortMooruoatio ny hold hiM
be subjeol tt the approval of thi r
idtleo fot Alaclltun county., florida.
Tenth. Tlirt rlHire 'rpoi d barter In lIsu
writld to ly the foliuowlnt legions. t-wit:
H. I. AYllR,
I-WAN1 I6I


L. DAVIS .
R IEWuS IN I llRHY


Via L. N. R. R.


Excursion tlakets now on sale daily
from Gaineaville to St. Louis and4 te
tarn.
$41.0....... eturn limit Dee. 15th
$Sa.U)...: ..... Return limit ao days
$29.8.......... Return limit 16 dayI
Corresponding low rates Irom other
points. The L. & N. is the best line so
Bt. LoulI.
For rate, stclidules and sleeping oea
reservations applj to
J. n. FILAniNO, Fla. Pa. Alt
aIO W. Bay St.. Jeusontille. Fl.
0. L. BTONE, 0. P. A.. Loutille.

lic Anrd's Saloa and Ctal


Jaekaouille, Florida


erehaont Lunoch from 12 to 2 p. m.
lart hel y erhelafr, at6 Im-
prIerl WirkerIer tear im DhaMrM


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~$;';~8: ~':' ".5, i i~e

16:~i~

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h..' s llir s

OPENKs

ls it ti ds that
I aw pta


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sleqyieeMo efs
RuW oo"r fi09



44adstmarnease


Wile these eI*
i mttt ithe
Sir ur sene11 t
^^*pl ^W^, i W y
o^ w o. sm. wO-,
so' i hue pae




esi te teo
lom larke w. tae
e'd wm, lela 1n
tf Uea* Irm e


b e *rlaihSW l.

l ow1tr-l mm de e
3m gees of any meas
Is the report




to mtrisL* 014
id stnle I deeln.

04Me se1.s; I 3Lwar


Mif' U i

wati ostlllYm e Ip.
elnew l niment ered




de the treatment of
the tldO me oee of
oSt-irnly one, and the
ted. I also bId a
don' think that I
Uod over two morthe
Tbeed by a friend to
l ow Liniment. The
gn me reat relief
*wOnderful medlelse
is to sueirlar bh-


S. -Considerable is.
Ik the total capital.
les orgaoid under
hO eastern states during
t ,0o ,0o00 or mroe
tlsock to comped
flfit a I M Irt1
as regmate capt.




i yent p.aa sekleted
Teolas.of that city, to
f uh beL Pduroab when
hlrusllhed at Morfi'
|'IT, a duo. It.
G of Lockjaw.
e teases, is caused by a
*B tirt. It 4u inative tso
olLthe a.ir, but when
ath theakin oin wounds
ueaseln salp or by rusty
Kito tIvto ad pro
virulent poison hnown.
Pt5* be detrojed and all
's Pain Balm freely ra
cry Is reesiw( ai rnI
So ad buses eaut.

sMeuasld teameta.


:I


Si@? fWlA l Tog $iT


PWW64ftdW'wIl A i


$M by AU Dq m ggxt

Cert-elit Kerr edMM.
J0atnui., Oct. 3.-George KErs. 3m
Mes a few yars eo Ma a earttoot
a Illustrator, I ded at the Ueldio'
sme. Ia DalYte. 0. Hi rsee 1"1
th6 mortho armythhrough the war,
ard at Its meoluslm bewime as g li
tor for ao euaterU meUSsO sot, I
lae to a Nmr Tew k *ole p v,
o wavu a fridad A eIempoury el
s late Tho s W lt
Sottk Into Mis HueM.
8. LaQelua of Oavedish. Vt., I
robbed of his eitmotuy hbei by la-
loIon orf Arotleo eolpoioea. Whea
Dr. KIng' Kow ULif Pill brOo In te
his bous, his tlreoble we aruw4 e"d
mowr bhe's etlely r4ned. 're
earantoeed to en". Ms at s01 dirg
gitI.


R. McCLELLAN


Undertaking Co.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalners.

Manuficturermof ail Dealers In
Pictre Frames Kobber stamps Art
U Id* rphkt'y. Eastman Ko-
dak t'amerawnus, and Phetlrra.
pkbrrw Inpll(w.

Ortidr b) Telegraph or Teklehone
will rcwlve prompt attention.

MAX KRAUSS,
Representing

E.A. WEIL & CO,
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of All Delcriptle.

Hole Agenft forUMOARCIH and lVM.ll
EIGN QVALITr Shoes. Every
pair warranted.
J.Isw *
,,L~r .M-~t.il..l,tl Al ;.**.,lrt^., 1. -e iB l a


Stomach



W mIa leaelQte. -m.
'4enda T al diob lh stir vie'




4 MlrU Mil pro**bUty, M&U ro
tmta~nirr, Jlaurkm I4fwt
Rqeper On dos uM euly we ia b

he. o rl. imiWrg,


UETRS fOR bWIII2NS AQI3 'I*



tM o w asU*.u .u aV '
*** *w tMiu e

w as. low .
SOe eMo m s n'
rness i


SY 1. I*iute1 Tf





SiT-Tn ewm .qpWeYa WI*
lt ll pYL r ig
lee~l 301g PM MfkWM*'


Lv~epj



app,~
pm
~s*~ ~siau~ ew.
YARN. MI~*bL


, li,


do* r *
bought the





C|mny, we
will fo r the
next Thlty
Days sell


C:


Any Gows i thu Ster t


rtoe eekmie be mee. Misw b h
Ute to tar IEurMn e, S s,
ine, go asmey i mw
nriadt, or ujrihan

T. F. THOMAS.
6 I0 5 I .I9._ "11

REPUBLICAN

Natiuonl, stat elid CedoqvNl-
al Tickt 1904.


0. F. Beufum-FranktI esoa*ty.
Geo.. Robi oa Mao k-NrIu set.
Oee. H Hohlme--Benard Osee1ty.
0. A.. *. Welldli--dedlea mnt.
A. M. Oshnaan-Alasheb a oaty.
For o(verr-Hop. M. B. Maler-
lane, Hilliboro.
Secretary of Btate-John F. Herr,
Monroe.
Attorney- Oeanrrl-Fred 0. Cubbler
ilj., evy.
Comptroller-J. L. Shipper Polk,
TrMaunr--E, M, Bmrflord, Dade.
Superintendent of Publle Istree
tion-W. u. O'itesl, Orange.
Commiltoner of Agriealturi-J. 8.
Rowley, Pdtaum.
Rallroad Commlisioner H. J.
Ritehle, St. Jobn.
Justlee SupremeOourt for tern o
els yToar-W. lheppard, Esd ebla.
Justiee Supreme Oourt-0-. 8. rar,
Hillaboro.
C. S. Adams. Doail.
E. P. Axtell, Dural.
Congreiion l Ticket,
First Congreeional Dietriet-E. B.
Oanby. Hillsboro.
Second Conglresional Uistriet-J. M.
Cheney, Orange.
Third Coagresional Diatrest-L. N,
Ware, Wahinton.


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rl/ist,
-tUllerill
s. Sin t.;Neis Vor t

so1 Mld T7h-I-

% owo Dap Only.

(Golommom


T AND




OW X rt Isb.
S SO10OIAL. ITEMS

W u-dI What la asGug

t *W IMk a ea d

*.lMA ll.i
foral*e at The uSn
W derfflul alTve for ale
AIi nlL t..
ildO a brief profensio
10Si) Spriaps ws
He -te",at the
whss y weii.S
o4 "aWtt w r gis-
a~.M yIatorday.
sad LC. G. oWy
"Oty froa High Spriasr
the brik maufae .
lie, woe tranmealag
t AlfM a aWd A. P?.
lit r* W* ristomed
f ell wasa trassn ting
Oity yemteOday. Mr.
Sgimomry at that

Sa proressive ooloread
vill,. wna la the eity
Staewed his subarip-
at visit to her le*i
a esn, this city. Miss
inVarmd to her home at
f Waeahoeta, one of
farmer in the
StouaeatiBegbaaineoe in
f Wade*, o o of the true.
':Wa sebool, was in the
ifas bsimos connected
ol bard.
i is altely furnished
emmmleatlosaion in
WeSouLiberty street.
O kt
R. MeOlameroh and child
Stdaby fer Amery. Mis.,
S'ill spend a few weeks
viae unoumta


-. -7. .. .-- w- '..'F..* .-..... . -C CT W I- ....
hs withkbelrau 11M IamN'l iw hO
Wlter Cloud of AltehS ,,.was trn., if ,t.bi with a weuL dwtlos r
Lil bustares in thi ltly yesterday CllnIt*lrii'i ;tli 'at-! h Sad Lier TIab.
Captain a.4 lrs:. A. .Elmoe rof l.o Thl. I du you good0. F0ormt.
Alschus faivord th eir friet nit with aI '. rli tW I -w o
Vlsit yesterilay. i i ohap work
Si,, ',, um p r wir Will do well to
ly oUtit .l '!drc. ...lII V. 'or. hi will rrnte abo4,u (oIober t.
tr. Jcksoni. lid Tenn*,*., i H 4atblel, Wet
MrS '. h. 'ri It I :.. I ,. I l* i |. an street, l. .(d.:w
returlied from a peaaaiht v,,it Ito retl- Aitex. ltsd nsa hi chiliaeniag 4aUh-
tives at Moirv.n, Lin. lter. iit E P. R Rad, were il the tity
H .'W. Folttaiine of litalliopy, 6.. Of Ifrum Moatlmhok ltrdljy. The
the most wrly Li kt wneitiAi.of tft' young isly h)as* luaiy friends here
s*eciion, was amLluOn ti it.. rt 10 I thL among thit soeirty youtII folks who arn
lL yesterday al waydlighted, to seeher.
C. A. W.ThomnMsqf the |iiir.r Sew.i After i pleasnt idlit of Mevral
lngl lachine Couiploan has retrn.ml Oilth to lmoats tIn Maine sid e Lorth
froarolina, o is. Eva Haill@ ia rateoned
from u succe ssful tw o Wete.' to to h oi ho w # i hi pcity Wif le s 9 4110 0
Ipolui Inr Bradforid county. to e home ln ihip eity. Mil all'il
Hi.Honor J T. W unerout friends will be delighted
il ,Honor ImJge J. T. Wi:* ,at the informntionO that Ite oo tll
hStrkio rrmved if the elty last night. proved very beneflelal tl her phyi.
hoinl come for the purpose of con- ioily. ard all are lad to weleOnOsoier
evening the fall term of the court so- homI again.
di: J.H. Rk'tliT of om Ul,*D OnOf th
Col. I. E. Webster of the Dltton ....R...m ..O t.. *** -..
day 3.1.R~i~lnofltoheleomofth


I
i


IrfUwS u wIn or ri'P 1s0161110 6s
that plM, u a visitor to this ol
yIterday. He states that the Mso el,
which b n der the molasoSt of
Prof. J O. wn d Ml Mary
Berkstrtsser, is ejoy elag pmlspol
tem wish a m roMllmeut of siztydiv
Mirtha "rry b e t &Lwl l m of
the most ImprtMu m te e tin r.


--Freklm 04 UpIW 4


SSAI NOA '"' '
,Ta cO lm p r E 3l lL :


-Vi
A,*.o.- ..=4 + pe li
ii eoseilr. -m rl we me l
biersw g i ep iii.
Irm inhB ^^ "r^F :~tt 'h^mh A^ '^^^
nso.rrl*^ sKB^p^^r^y,^^^^f)r flpp.
^^ i^^^ < y^^i, tWIi^MiM~ hn.


Afitr a iem of sveI wIsu w o. I.
hi oh h Ime, I90l4h.. .(la Xi, Cap m
A. P Wal.pteaM fmor ho s .d v *
Stase lad se, sesmmmd, Ie*lhi is
Oity. 9 prepo ae la l 4ed "ftis i
phytols uP *ra weOfM le(il se-s imp
that the waatita pr g higp tM w Im S
*Selal. The lonutalm"e al t uil, si*te
Cptsa'. feleuds that he "ssib$ ts IWI *g
-Mn bos plee" did a4t 4 llt
knee the Cpetla Is tilll l the pai. ihn
ne al .. w i, E
sPxA"L, iInoAIi 3IIIXt IL
sma w -st.


JWL '


Phosphatel ompany departed ystuer
day for Dutton and other poilant n the
West End on busints connected with
the frm.
Mrs. A. K. Morrild e High Springs
was in the ety yesterday. 8h etals
to pay a brief vlei to her sister, Mn.
I 4. wbohb I I .tleat as the Odd
Follows' Sanltarim.
Ten head ehois riioltend milkh
g fRo r alo s8 t Jiw pFito, th is
blo en t of qtarm. tl wltishing
to e emer wil all betwoe a. m.
aud4p.mi. W.J. luattr. i d
After a pleasIt visit to Mn. S. B.
Boerln in thl e ity 1 lu Flor Dick.
*rono of Warrensoa (t. w t aessr-
day to Windsor, whore she will be the
oUet of Mr. and Ms. J. A. Roe.
borough.
Wansed- ood, strong illlng! boy
frosism rIa to Inllhtea mf uIf aI
to ia n thel anhiet tnade. ine op
portonity to the boye wo i wiollil.
Apply G.inLaetvillle machine Worha.
wMit rIFra ilt of ParndSe hoe r.
turned to the train nll ho ol lfo
aurte. aejkoasmville, atter visit of
two weelos t r hoea. he ww-
aeled hoea ons Mee t of te ad
detk of her bromte, Homr.
Hloe. BJ. P. Calhoon of Psatlo,
ate oUrll tororr the i lghth JeudiCo
Olral, arrived Ithe rity lets l iith
viI eLlt Oaimolllae ad Gulf.l, vila
eOe bto attoad the -ioe 1of the e ir
elt emort. whiSh eoBveuee here today.
After a pleont visil *ovrigS a p
oied f a eoupl ofr eLk to poita si
North Carolina, Ialudil& bleb ad
Asheville. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. t.-
tol returmd last ight to the ir hon
a this eity. Friend a I ad to wel-
eloe them home rain.
holdd isubsriben oms reitr their
paper byGi J a. m. they will ootfer
favor by iamedlately otifytla the o-
he. The earned hove all left the oo-
Be byf. r a. .a, the roner the of-
se is motifled of their neloet tho les
trouble it will oeasleo the buinee s
department.
Cha. . Crispin of PhiledelpLia. tt-e
eleor traveling alreman for Robert
Johns, wholesale crockery, C(hieao, is
at the Brown Houn for a day or two.
Mr. Crispin makes regular trips to
Glinenville at intervals of about thre*
months, and has etabthlishd a niLe
trade for hir line here.
T. J. Caper, for many years a rti-
dent of this oity, but who is now
malting White Springs his hadquar-
tor, is In the city. Mr. Capen is the
eueensful and hustlinl traveling rep.
rewentative for Stearn & Co., whole.
ale shoes, Boston, and enjoy a fine
trade throughout the State.

READ THIS.


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O."ispAlig a few daLs Jackson, Tenn.. June 4. Il)l-This U 1 U liA11H
i bep edli feng day is o certify that one bottle of the
. Il the nufcture of Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, An up-to-date
illi tl aFloridactur o.fhas cured my wife and myself of kid sand quaLrter-sa
i bLtho Floridag I ney, bladder sad rheumatic trouble.' Just in. The st
teatteond the drawing of and we most cheerfully recommend it, and price righ
u or store Saturday ni t t to the pdhlic.e.
lPrenShnbe of 1 % nt-- -he K. . -A I ee them. We<
NOresachance on twenty-- of Furniture au
NSI(galre. Dshllyniki Iro- Ch#p for CASH
pyr. A TEXAS WONDER.
RlItmuM of Alachua. one of Ti small bottle of the Texas Won-
l business men and citizens der, Hall's Great Di)scoery, eures: all
ilty, was in the city for a few kidney and bladder troubles, remove
ttay. He departed on the gravel. cures diabetes. seminal emir-
Stfor Oeals, where he wa., ion. weak and lame baeks, rheumna
0I laportant business, tism and all irregularities of the kid. Your Money 6oOS
o0rTofJudeon wasa visitor neyl and bladder in both me rand
.tyelrday. Mr. Love con. women, rRgulates bladder troubles in t Our
IUIIry lt that place, and children. If not sold by yoar druggist.
Iofar Jodson and iell hlav will be isnlt by mail on receipt of $1,
4 Msionabout one hundred ()no inmall boltl i LtwU months' treat-
tbleeseaare favoraile i 0iehhondred balie wil I," ear IDr. Ern,-.t Wi. 1al. ole mana.
ttH Metion. factor. 4. bei 9, St. Louis. 9Mo I i
1nd -l f.r tP-ttirnOAill,. Sold by all
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Carry omplete Liar of
Caskets and Cofns
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