Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02288
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 10 5, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02288
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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1' *i se, he, *Sted
M Laie. Oat. 4.-4a art rIwa oe
igatoa todatyr Charie oelly, speak
at*te oouse of delegates during
4 riofloia Ut lie of the bood, i o pfw
blad, -rities bil story of thet
wroMlaqs U, lel polttictOa, plonled
sel-l t lllSdoterr tbFat the aext eoirult
altorey wold be *'il risat." aad
PrOil00 If they would remala drai
lbe would eoure for theta t 'tbhr *ea.
ttaua0oes untal the neew circuIt atter.
ay took offlee or pardons afterward.
je declared t4at this politician sald
4e New irnulit storey for whblh of.
Se &noainltlone are to be made by tih
Ditaocrt;u tcday "would be hls mab"
Kolley dveciTe lbe refused.this offer
IaM that he makes this coailesior to
Mtlsfy tho pangs of anl accusing co'.
t-6".o Uto obey the requests ot his
4is .ibd do what hI ela to maglt
a ,nt to the public and prevent
oteir y0mag mon front following the
pith which hle odoela, h~i led htia
to rol .
In the oburic of hbl conseslon Kel-

ley details a story of ra lty lgbtliag
s reit)eiris i M keu DMO 0 0tI lATION. deat 4a4O of a boodr e fund of $47.60e
dirldodt tweo" the nineteen Imemben
S. of the combln at Julius LehmahU'u
A0 t' partyi. o dleclares that this
i* o t. itl~U lifl i the boodle fuad
oti leoal e rctauh wlo wl d that he took it to. It*bmana'
110ea811pally oip 4 bere on Wdaesd y. house and that be there divided it. In
atrriv*ts* f erm all p Wrti 4 the coun. the course of 111, conjfsion, former
l iiPtmtr aiv a ISpeaker Kelly said:
S" rse Inof w ls C o titfonsio former
4i5erd siou A numberr I bishops are already 1 know folm ty owa Iknolled1
y marpint thUp gi.re sad torporrow the Archblat~np of iad frm tho btateaments made to me
:nu jxt me i t g iaget40trbry i Leupetc:d to rfSh the tha tthoe on the nlslide that bribery
B 4 0- ltshoo tt li ty ii Th' tllh pr!mata Wtl btt hWal been oln on i tihe municipal au-
# *ae le+ t t teut a. I9 M *t ee alamrvc Wedna., Rembly of St. l .o.p tor the past 35
ftabl btllti. :The m41nd. dty forenoQo l Terinty church, but will yare. Hardly, n bill past.nd that
SiM at tra~ thb ialy imosals kolt Q *ea. h Os the h occon, e hav h ingvlnl y I the last quarter of a century
ell wiiiu o sharp contrast dl el d sa Inlitatlon in favor of Blat UnIles it was paid for. 'We did not
40 0aMt4umf ndrtion lait evrenl, op Wilian C. .Dolfie, of Albany. Thb Ieer exposure and punishm.nt. for the
0 1 *r: part lC lth alhbi whII arcblhhop hl to address a mllitonare personn that we beilever no one would
i he io lproveumpet wi a s. meeting t of the woman's auxiliary oC dare to do It. In caie f attack, we
ed. or a time this moralnl the board ,of mallon in the Trtmo knew most of the IWliticians and many
SIIWlo etatedl dly by a rsort to Temple Thursday afternoon and will ot the large financlTrs of St. Louis
ta t Tetaerloe u t rswtmeat. o o. also speak at a rally to be held under Would be 'with us. A former proaecau
It Ith *e eharacterletle of Mr. the ausploes of the board of misslonid tr showed some sig1. .f starting at
ifte's illgeas tht intklnai spells have O the evelng e arred la tih early hours of the f. d evenit h* s1 to ddres a meet 'When t e present proI,,cutor (dr.
t t th i fr be bas shown rntarkablea *l of Harvard students at Banders' cult Attorney Folk is meant here)
I lg power. theater CambrIde. and will preach at commenced his war on us, we tried to
SH I th emotroae of the aight Mr. Payie Trinity ebureh. Itimldate him by threat of asasrlin
a lke lai: atteolfDg physician all t The 1t I ctio lsl organisation at.!* atlotn and when this hail no elect we
S 1.t ertte0sn tI Withtlgitoi. lndlclltng that Itted with the Rlmisipl al bh. t i laid all sorts of traps for him without
iI" s Ill held a grIrp on public affairs. mpet here l omenm1tion with the con. success. Then some ietided that tha
Sveptona Ji the Guald -of St. Bsralhsa beat pIast would be to ta rt a new
S WOMEN IN CAMPAIGN. tort aurse. The Isild ht as liCheI la paper and libel him so fiereely a to
N .....1 *G cities with an alrea member dra* his fire by taking up bhi time
Tfhe Wil. Cst Heavy Vete In th ship o aboot 1.700. Rliht Rev. Chas. 1 llbel prosecutions or, if he did not,
haiitt Prlsdenthial hleotlon. Mh B. Brlf t. bishop of the Philippine his Influence would be weakened aad
Crit hicate -Oct. 4--WomL ofrtheIweat island. will deliver a sermon to the destroyed. Although we could iad
i 'l Fr will flgure In the preidentlal itioal council of the Guild at the nothlng after a thorough search, to
a i mpalgn. a they sever have flured C brch e,the Advent tonight. make an attack on. libels were dellber,
SefrI ad cording to dispatches tely made up for the purpose of eof
before, ade s ordLaU to dtlandChbey. PONAGE LAW VIOLATED. fecting publl: sentiment. Thli plan
.efr Mk l never, alt Laktf City and Cheo -y- was participated In not only by meore
St el Wy their e will be theha ur Citiens of Mitihell County t as of the house of delgatco under
ep sad fl Colorado the womePs otec Ped Under Bond. Iditme nt for' hot'ing. lut by proml.
ip ex ecrqI to brhe greatly i increase Valdosta. Ga.. Oct. 4.--F'ur tlltotf n t fnena :.. if 8i. I+- ie ro m, Ib. t eIt men of beot greatly InreAl es county citizens who were brtun lt e xiosuatre and by T ho Wvlo gave ts
I. A, Ck but the me o' holh partieldofa by t anit, Stt tomne,"
t to. Le trylitj1to illzotirngk, them fr-.-'t MarUhateGodwin ni thetrttine
Atke lar In tharesal la ani cC Oar tt Co')tlwilet Kely hall this t0
takl iiu Inc tpate onclh sl. Charged with a vi..atlon of tli peon : sa-y- i
which It c hto ,ataon fllht. 1
Wa. l ela. ls were; I, ,r u n oi "11rd hiro e never th ou t a of fr.:,t a !:
ht1 ,lti. st. 1 W k rwDyoml'e. gT the t1te t neIfl yIF, fromW $400 to $h7 n :ll by ite hy
1111019iL Lto" ten iet. Ir ics expect . t-de oil tp$ lI out of w/htch ary money eoutl L,, '
0111s 1 AN111 t ten t. istatt est t e t ('tornnlta Ie.1. A M. Jolhnsot f tpieul tnesa s we were posii for our
eistblaed ai plea that i :e Is clicrtti, 8hl'at"or and. allowed t return to their hont vpvteg. A We net about It In a bstI.noeH.-
4l440.bterm linwOt-willl retain thim i'at. Thr vroe,
Sofothe;o~w se en I r!. r i a ,r, T: :i. pe ndIng i: hearing of rhteir casea a : li0 k a and had combine muwtiln i at

e P S r l r 'a an I 1I .c r n ab l nbei a ,eme wlre et will t a bly -I of!lei the vote Iln t't (I The act 1 me ar hare lie hie times and fixed the bribe lric.s
ithe les *poitles int th!e tw aslfis bat n ~i w lvey l.a D .' Ieaeley. T. n.e a r+ agory ati, which were to r lve ifor' t votel
Bmltbh'ls Itself into : illht for asd:,i:t the .. L)' Merr leItty, f rn.vr of Mitclk ) by a Inarwould rlet one of tl a corltn.
mlit hesa t oeadf: oa roatc 'heniue would select one of thte crm.
, Tx. Mo h ou crh ofl.ti bine In whose bon#ty" we had ronfi
bwet. havlnig Harvey Bleasly Is charged with hjiv dtnce to no out and get the mon, .
at Galveston. Ship Wftcked; !Crew Dr-wned. I l gnl Id a nextro named Tom tain, I.i Thsti, agrft Wttould rarely Pver betrsy
eta ito the Friderlel.ntad:; ,Norray. 00. 1.- a itate of peonagel, and th eotoher Lai, tis. In one or two"Instances they re--
*0,41ad Iou1l8l. TIh o Noiwegtdtu bal; air .Lw n Ir I alctusd of ncnaplracy In c Olnetl, ;filscated paVt of the nonvy. but a s
mi, Arkrk. r., fr<.; LOI;'r)n h:ia.. .lru"Lr : with time same caf. it It 4leaeld thlt( gncralt mii they were honest with u4.
lll t"1 r pTl rr r\ U fr. + a go&hbOtritig 'PIIag 0n. at', a hal h'o llr sit rJlta I ar.uc. u ifr. IU.11 c(urd wrrk. wb#hl L w* sru'sei b"j asdereit extremelyd4slionet tor a mtra r.
tono get re ste tr oild we* built at ti h lv i t par, of Met, me. whe fireldl I br of the ombnhlae to accePt briA
t4 toA 1ti .J ullhe ats bOW.Wui; ;tley t., e Iow whoot i-dlhe. II psoag hi
.....4 C' e qp rSi




in Wu a
F T4dious One.


Without Funds for the
I u rrent I11ll, but Funds
Bferrd From Books of
Tat aurpoe.,
ablel muai0epa1l legislature
regular monthly session
s1 oadia evening, and .hot-
hle breather was exceed.
ld sultry the aldermen
Ion until long after 10

were present Alderman
dent i Aldermen Taylor,
ao, Lnenh and ,Witttock

Ses of the last meeting
SAt the September meet.
t Broome was not present,
absence from the city.
the authority of the
Wder certain transfers from
1*0 another a the minutes
been done at that meet-
vOd to the meeting the
oehi Idea; whleh resulted
that teranifer of $90.10 to
t 4d 424 to the sanitary
Iled. ThIs motion was
Sthe mInulte were ap-

to Pave Streets.
f. Thomaa appeared be-
l (a the latrerts of
Slasut Otlineatfle, and
lOe lity patv Prairie ave-
asI Ivea*e north to
cObhurnh tret west to
boaneh, and certain *ee.
inle street, alngreatIng
'he mayor stated that it
Iated this work could be
j st.10, 0ad that he was
b stO re the counell that
io ensm loas these thor-.
1etandtwo-thirds of the
Swt therefore resolved by
il VI aid streets, the pro-
ot to the elty not to ex-

& of the marshal for Sep-
gl fines and collections
delad anapproved.
ur Was Shy.
qnestihon of payment of
ted, Premident Bruome
there was no money in. the
leept In the street fund.
O the regular er order basi.
tided. aud tie council
dd to the examination of
Softer which a resolution
seed mad carried author-
'lpproprlatlon of funds ag-
2i00=,.80 of the year lkt fur
ato current bills,
Were then read, and those
lrly approved were or-

i roome iof the finance
m ade a verbal report of
of funds for the infor-
'the council.
oAlarm Box Question.
ilpuleation was received from
hplor stating a tht i te city
on a lire alaro bot x l the
i k at Seminary and Franklir
Ihewonld pay hale the cost of
.. ThI requestt provoked a
of remarks. It was stated
lty had installed tIv boxes'
aame agreement at variheus
Slacordance with a resolution
oncil to install boxes f t aeay
lere property owners would
!the expense, and that never
. hid beene paid by raid
| owners. The cost of anl
boX li t4o and the -c.
pPreeented to the city $lIe dec
Ixiens. "The reqeleet of Mr.
however, wa upon moton ma
i. which was followed by a
which was unanimously car-
t the lire committee tnrc'teed
Ioat bills to oitlteta for their
loe of the amount for boxes
|i the committee to hand same
Sty collector for oollectioa.
Prie Chief Appbinted.
lloition of the ielectiou of a
PIO the Oainesvllle Fire IDe-
it having come up, a comeniin-
w read from the department

lending that Pint Assistant
3. A. O'Nell ee apploisted
Ie Chief MeArthur, resigned,
a lotion the recommendation
' nlitanlooulty.
IutIoe it was ordered that
r," o "John" be employ-

Scott's, I
liver oil i
palatable as
and soo thi
stomach; it
dencies of
strength to
cause it cre:
and new bl
a i cpeciar
Emulsion L
a flow of
,milk for the
better tha
Scott's Emi
We'll sendyoua

ed in sanitary
honre now bein,
A petition was
Thorns request
treet, between
den, be properly
and that vitrifle
strueted on said
should this reoic
$100 towardnI e
man Taylor of
stated for she in
ell that he had
ter, anid felt sui
done for #150.,
Chairman Ped
mistel asked fot
thrm new lan,
the corner of E.
hn streets, one
near Lesser st
Main Itreet, 8,
Lyah. This re
east for the extra
5 per year.
A String
An ordinaane
firmn r corporal
water main or ot
works plant for
connection, wit
poured written
alty for vijlatioi

C 5ww Jw1* ww45yfuS4'S

EImulsion is cod Thlrteant
nade almost as W
milk. It is easy tloi. (t
',. ", 41,1 6l 4,ti 1 :
ng to ,the' weak ,ot I,, ,4
Checks the teln. ronm imt.,
children toward tau ,",*t a:
thlrlrtiLett i ii
which atiu)C
Emulsion gives ity.
weak mothers be- ror tern
ates healthy flesh I iproare,
(Kod. notable, 11 I
ilothers will 1fid manyb hd
value in Scott's abroad aod
cause it insures preatnt 'rye
rich, notirishin vices, held
baby. More an phony h all
n a medicine; ludes to the
jlsion is a food. Partit-ularl
anlI r reqet. will partlelp
FiV PeFl mst ree u. er, tO be held In
w 5 sos P l'. Nrw yrrk.
wh4.n opplotst
ed expruelai
work instead of the en to all.
g hired for that pur- Dellibrate
e4 dalegattl
r received front W R. bees arrange
ing that West Liberty week.
SWest Main sod Uar. Prominent
y graded and repaired, Ings will be
d brik'gutters be con. dresses will
d street, and offering, bard, mtinmb
uest be granted, to pay of deput ies,
pense of nme. Chair. mombtr of t
the street committee that of WLedn
%formation of the ooun, pers, preilde
Investigated the mat. ration of
re the work could tie wotklul( mar
The proposition wa .the iAtrugst
4 Amoun the
action st the
d More Light. aiO that to
rick of the light eomr. etehodl of .
r permtlelon to lneall world to the
ndseent lampes-one at t their con
Seminary and Frank. c d of the
)n West Main street, ., American Pe
tree, and one on est ert T. Paine
near the home of L. 0. dent, is larse
quest wa granted, the
a servoie aot to exceed f the
Be surane
;ent Ordinance. tried remedy
to prohibit any person, 1o 8yrup,
tion from tapping anp soothes the
ther pipe of the water- llay all pat
the purpose of making ieo eits
thout flnt having se.
permission from the TaHE S
and making the pe.
n not to exceed a fine Travelinl Pu

of $20 or imprisonment for thirty days, of Ti
was introduced at its flrt reading and
passed. Upon motion the rules were Floraidi n h
waived and the ordinance placed on adreotoonn
Its second and final reading, passed, th
and will become a law immediately. one of the !
The ordinance also has a section pro way tern the i
viJlni that any person. firm i corpor-.1ev*er th (
ation ex.avatieng any itreet.lidewalk gives to tr c
or other iublie way for the purposes very best e
prmeribed in the ordinance, will be tl nie
required to placid said way In as godl A S e r
I thv ?uiathere
condition as before it was disturbed,. ,hn o it the
There beiug no further business, the people or
ipeopile of Flu
council adjourned others, Sta
Either eita
valuablle ter
Inherent Quallties of Hancock's by this road
Liquid Sulphur Makes Its city, as well a
Household Aid ests of the S
Handling fre
This pr'paration is nature's greatest ivery best pa
germicide. Thus Its use upon the face ules are ope
produces that ot highly valued re- when the Nc
sult--a rare, clear, beautified conm- sunny clima
pleion. taken a pride
Added to the bath. Hancock's Liquill acter of its t(
Sniphur eeree dilseaes of the skin and dence of th
confers the benefit of lasting health. company ant
These nilmentt and many more are wh ch it affi
conquered by the use, according to ti- beI pointed
rectiones, of lanock's I,,icid Sulphur : tnor. Ihlan
acne, itchl, I)trlls anti scalds, prickly of the tra
heat,diphtheria, catarrh, canker and St. Louis fair
sorenerss of eyelid'1, nloutth, scalp, Inlo sea'ide resort
or throat. mont elegant
.\t principal ldriggists. Sendl for in the I'nitedl
booklet to Iaianreck .iquidi Sulphur this road and
Co., Baltitiore, ,d delightful Ii
-llSoatli and t
BEFORE THE MAYOR. where its lie
.. -- has ood con
Colored Man Arraigned for Wife Beat.- al loinlt an
the State Is a
ing, But Case Compromised. ida Tlmes-Un
Ii. II. iliton, a colored mans re-
sidiiig in Weo't tainiesville. was arrest-
ed Monday night upon a charge of at- would d not
sault preferred by his wife. rhe cafe looking for
did not eoie to trial, however, as sores, burps
early Tuesday moreniol the wife with- I'onder, Me.,
'a ugly sre
drew tie clearg and a comprontise Bucly n's Ar
Was alfectd by t'e payrmient of $*-' 0) ; the beot sal
and coSts by the defelndnt. druggits.
- I

Put on Ayer's and be proud
A little pride is a good thing. Then why
Ihin, scrtagly hair? faded, gray hair? P
Vigor and have long, thick hair; beautiful h
a in e in It. Keep o l. Have I liti
i 'I .. ,, : i'

International 'Asseenatage
i sostln, M Ma is, J
te event* or COMWMKa PIN 4e
i t. i xltr't Of tahue a wIm ovm S

kii'rtl, I ,ho gtlob o to
: I t. 1 I tre th.l;a s if tho ,
S I Hi .t i Jt.4t l c (,01 l CUjjl i. e 0
l'.eaiuet ly t;iilt y |ii [|fai 'L . .... r ".,.. t'd S,

il ionthi plant have ibcnu
I Iake thre congress MOrt(
t-IM6", than '" ny athat sa
its [he past. 'Lh1eru atr
; nat delegates PiL're from
a n.lmUr t uot then were CO AINdIf
etday at the rlIlglouu e.'r- lI. M IM asathe a i .as
In the aftrno n In The R st Pv e
iOt and the other hi y T e ab Rkherat Ptfevloeiph"C.lta
In the evening a pr ev o.4.i1tme11.an10 ter 6U.tos ieMt.iie.as.ala4),
formal congress. it, eif a aa d owils lariver.Ake
Crest InnOW A0V0lVrss.wishVioewsat.; #A
ly the foreign delerate NMIt etl ree oSo
ato In the m dss eetrlng A lh
the eveningR of thris ws rs,
i:lliy for a fre and extend. Th rm t dvrteM arii
n of opinion will be giv. 1
sessions of the accredit,
Sto tha congress have C. CANADA, AT
dit for the forenoons of thi
,,, ,r, ,,. ,o~m ._.,'-'n"...

among the evening meet.
that otf 'lesday, when a e
he made by Oi tave Hub.
or of the French chamber
Oscar $. Strauss, another
h, He H conarernce, andf
ntsday when Samtti flonr.
nt ;f the American FIr .f
Labor, will preside' t i a i
n's mass meeting, held I.r t1 l
of the peace movememnt.
e subett. to come qp for: T
e delbeatllve proeedil s
adoptlins ome effeeUve .|i|r dlt'
Irglna tb powers.o t hel
uood aS o"tthe r o f ee .
uamad to brig about the ,L i5
Itunso.Japanera Wtu.T Lte Li .I*
a4e soeletty, of which Rob
, st., wE hastea, tI plW : ,
ly repeated, t

aty tiY Otng eth i t
lu.wS that o014p walU- 'Cl'
, Mr. Wfaueow'i 1ooh
1r shUfr daetshic. It
a eem winld 0otis

o.m m led,
public ApprelIates SIev i
his Great System. F. now It v 0t
,a t. Cents
i the adrantage of harlvtIn j| ItC P, P
estlon through Jaelio. P ji: 1:1-
the Southern ralwayq,
greatest systems at rill.
unitedd State. Thisroad
gateway of Florida and UiiaiRIia/iJt
relrs from the State the t
connection to all points In
tates. There is no more
ailroad in the South than
I and It management has
e greatest favor from the 'Ha.
rida as well as all other THE PRUIT AlI?
tes. .
of Jacksonville the mos.t TiUl l
ninal facilities are owned
and the merchants of the N *
as the other greater later- Drily No. 4. No., .
tate, tlid its facilities fur 't Dally t)Uy. 'AT O
eight unsurpassed. The .
senger and freight sehed-
rated and In the winter pM P A
rthern trrlist seeks the' 7 i .... ... ......
eto of Floridh this road 7 f .0............ .......
in the nmagnifl-ent Ehar. '* .i
ourist trains. As an rl- .......
e progressiver.el of this : :: .;:: *::":. :i 9
d the excellent facilities 8 30 ........... ....
ordls to travelers it may ** **** g o
out that it handles ........... ......
its ordinary share K "*: * ... .....,: :
vrl this summer to the 9 00 ...... ............. l
*and to the mountaill and 9 1...... .... *. .... sWe" srWg
rts fr.,m Florida. The 9 46 ir' ....... ..itWt
trains oiraterlcd anywhere 11 6 L v 40 i o. .
I States are operated bl I1 00 655 7 20 ........ ..
I travelers find it a most II 20 7 03 7'! ............
..e to .ny part of the 1* 40 t 16Ar .8.e ..mg
,o poiutt farther north. "" ... 00 es
es reach. The Southern .. 840 S M
inection from Florida to ........i........ 8 I p
d the service it Rives to .... .. o 11 o a .V .. & .
most valuable one.--Flor .........;8 4') 410 p a. m08.
lior., Jacksonville, Flaa. .Oi t eI T ,6 ......
At PM Ar 4 M r -
Love Letter ARKI Gnen 8 e t
interest yO if you're j P HILL E. A roit. Ja u.e
a guaranteed salve for
or piles. Otto DI)odd of -._l._.._. i iO*I
writes: "I suffered with .t l.' *

for a year, but a box of
mnia talv cured me. It's
lye on earth. '2Ma at all --

of your hair
e consented wih Doe a masreIeralbackte blsne, b as#
be consteted withTh 1 eaks, b5a
ut on Ayer's Htor 'ee*lie D ith S Vtl ite
r,. without I '

'* '* ':ll :*'| F*:-l**l *t *; 1 1 ** i- -^j f ^


!Idiei i,,
t'. I;: I~ i '~"
"" ii:

Or are you tryinto equeexe
a little moias w r out of
thist 01mmWr 8uit heady
rooking seedy .
Better oome here and

take a lok at our snappy
array of
Schloss IudaTllored Clothing
before all the choicest pat-
terns have been gobbled up.

You can't tell those
clothes from the high-
e s t class merchant
tailor work, because
they have the same

tone and


iot to be found in ordinary ready-to-wear garments.
d~ay with th he unknown quantity. of doubtful
whnT there's t absolute certainty of always get-
.p.. erly mnade grnents here at the right prices.

lt h.se in thi Piturt
)it, a ricel s... ,

S And Other Kinds at $6.50
L to $10.00.

i !not a question of how little you pay, but how much
STet for wat you pay. That is the secret of real economy.
Sr** p I. oad let us talk It over."


Cta to p*lar People. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

y i i ,'i h: 4 '. vl et, .
bv W e$ O it. .
o L 1,
M a obee to 1 yu

.. '. _. O

io l) t 7 ae*
^_^Ji^^^ 11

llters tqlo

tor Mller wti oiney

lot, ,
in I lreom

11e11d8 ot tuaffy, I
0a6 .' ., Oct.. 4--J. Stone.
1tia't C. uAtard, Jumes RusM and INT RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES.
a~lt hi the alted Stata distrtet wVortby .ft LIBERALITYor I'0 OLCY CONTIACTS8
4 IteSr ; ovracyt against the Unit. cl11 .-rtloY PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
0i4; f euvrtt uvtakent apd ,prejudirce
$" l tI ftle gtverartent steamrship In. W cove'p these important points and respectfully
;,:.. : ) law through placiogg pleceus olicit a share of your busineal.
: i f tan~ldoe of cork life preMervers
lp Ifateiired for sale At Camden,
nt o ,r wtiJue L. Fire, ILife, Accident and Health Insurae
il, w' Telir pleas were entered by counol .
. ti' lrIev-: to wtttiraw the same. --A-gents for the-
:' CaOlteal wlthhvld this rlabt beceatus t
""for the trt, to 0 l'" aliy ot Victor Safe and Lock Company
r.0 their fotm. Stone gonve bail In the COiz~ O int ati. O i-l O.
u o t #.i00I-. and t'.e ether three
a Fi>in !te f m oft $000 . M The "Victor' is the bwat safe made, and parties contemplat-
Ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
Blt No dte wat fixdl for the trial. I rom a box to a bank ault, will ave money
Madetr h- dF-- by consulting us. Call on or address,
Oufte Chills and Fever.
Ble. w. Wi .aeoiodohev, Texas CUSHIIMAN & HIL4 L,
t i a la.t tdauhter ha ul hills nd Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
feOer for thr- fearn; he eoutd not t t ort
fad aiUtltli that would help her till dp atptPF , a4p .d
r f- he usd Hertbine. HIs wife will not -
iseI keep house without it, and cannot say
too mulh for it. C. Sold byW.M. AT IASNT I HAVE IT 'Ot TEN TRABN.
.- The Montezuma Hote
Th, e urea -
,,,', u.g tt.alelo 'u trs At OCALA, FLORIDA.
In the khlitwY ni l bQwels. The ki -
.y1 ,.. owev. r. ae .o iweakr olt n. On the A. C. '. and S. A. L.'Ry. VJ. SHIPMAN, Proprie
inhy uitl a Ind womin tnowadays. amnd
tie)" luny I* Well I ruttetedn by 6weering B
.ll ofr w rte ftal,. wtilh sould be one Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
rl atn foort wi deo i go tWeu around Meet all Trains.

tile walot for winter and once for sum.
mer, Try It. re rdr. It y6i baiie any
teadtncy to )bladder or tldney trouble..-
J~ x e h a tm e . .
A Me** *aik.
-Madam, you've already overdrawr
Irar account."
I Whlts tuetr '
; YO haven't anR m0 tamOusy hI tho
41mksI* Aue .h* ib h-





UM. :i'3yjou'
ult^^ ot :


ll1, t. A P,6 n.r *
IpalUmsJ A'oelOw stalpor
i O I eltforAtVe.

i|o takt, eo ahevery a oa -
a bb elefrele tor asetr
ta0r Or Ca In'a, for 1er.0
MsmliB of itedue after fj
| eacr.sM monthh; S.t
p te ecl or Uve weece-

ta tele etnom to ewnt a
I.a a6 cens ror ealah d4
oa pvertfri made Itown

'f esk su Ia s n elht~lta.

Iefr. and "o n D I tSC.

Ses. oat V stat a. e
Taed. poIFe freeO. Lo
Stateaor Caeada. fores.co

2tte District,
Ig viyesteu. a:es otberwie
inmeaet. IFartfes ot known to
to lsav tor adeert!i*ni In ad-
OAasns.vLBa. Fz.


*IA Y H. ETw Yrk.

West VI.rgNOTI.
-- -
State. Senator.
F. TAJ4IAki'lIO.
t 2n Distruct,
loner ofletore,

mey of State.


a. eoCstrM.

snt of P7hl.' Inmtructlon,
if tytar of Atriulturre,
Tax Coninltloeet r,
. e Coi.rt. Si xDears,

Tat. sIaTi

t Cfrcunlt Court,

W.. W. CoLw.SN.i.
Tkn Colec jtor. '

Ident iAl In tructio, ,
Coht TL.1EaLEa .

JIDBT 0. f ~r~l.N
oitt r !tAwrveyor.


3* P. WE CwS.

I most lateresting exhib-
orld's Fair is that made
story of Alakas in their own
alldllng. When Alaska
ed by the United States in
10,00 it wu called Sew.
S(there ai now one gold
takes out over 7.210..1')
tbnm the earth at Douglar,
,a exhIbit of minerals in
lMnuA Inncludes fine spec.
HiM~liMN~v~ftl *p.>-*

flAJ**l IU UET 8C~t 3SV1LL. -J.

NWdl lUOK NURRY MOQRATICO The rotherhoad of Lboomo,.ve m.,
orisfirst time. .toInyears .lt0D.iOeere at sa ri ent sMestilig held it
For e frst t w ork placed thenmeeleon record
woeraby of Now York has showed 'tkin gl t he ethnr that the nonunion
that iy manabolutely united. several man has oa good a right to worky U the
*2oelnot men hadt been mentioned for ~nion q an, providing the waes
the tomliatio, fdor ovoru tor. Any a the sm; n ald expressed their
oae of them wp~ld hIre made an eol wl by union lab ort If h onuaio
nilentpo31m1ee, but bebasof 04e1iainmen provdlngl this sotdition was met.
existing eoneitions i was not dented This deelaratiour domiang a it doel
t:e bere polieay t to pt their al me be. from One of tch strongest labor orl.
fore the convention, The purpose o f atiens in theeoon'try.. ms well a the
Jthue party mlkthe n ine a to leave ono bbly baoonnerive lo, mahowr ae tb.
sore sptts and no room for any sort of way so a general aeptance of this
dieodrd. That purpose was carridJ view by union labor. If seh wern
out. Candidates were agru#ed ullo the 4hit, the labor disturbanslos'uMld
who were satisfactory to all ovelemrets.t he reduced to a msulairao, It wils
Judge Hetrlak, the nouniaee for gav probably he some time, however, be.
ernor, is a man of the.highess char. fure this principle meets with general
peter. He is throughly In touch with aoaeptauce.
)is party, which will give him a united
*Jrport. As The Nab York Herald For the flrt time In the history of
puts It: -"ew York's Demoeraey the LoUted States, the export trade of
eame out of its encampment In solid thle country in manufactures exceed
column and took uip a position ed 44000,000, in 11M. and then also
at the Irout of the Kreat presidential for the firt time agricultural prodoat
Lttle-f.eld. Tlhe enthusiasti and fell below 60 per ent of our total dO.
mtanimous nomination at Saratogo by mestio exports. During the flHsl year
the united Democracy. l Its free uist closed the total exports of manui
and open ecoventldn, will nut featured cemmodlties were 40&,445,.
only enliven the torpid national cam. 629;: and the total valpe of artleal.
paign but will give a new and power, tural products exported was W85S055..
fil impulse to Judge Parker's auspi. M7, asoompared within *48,811tMO0 in
ioes candidacy. * Now that l101, when the highest ttail of ari-
the Demooracy of this great ltate bas ealturaul exports was reached.
plpnged into the presidential contest
with tre iendous earncstnetsr and una- hMai Jones, the evlvralist, has a
nalmity under peculiar condltioad dalbgter. The youtrn lady ttad
which bid fair to immensely strength. ofhhe revivals rae by her f
en the Dem eratle nominee's chances aewa ma and married him bl 0ad
for carrying New York. there ( Ino It was a ease of loe At fltra 1 t.
reason to feel that the most momen. Yow her Jsbitbad is 811g teW for a
tous election in our national history divoree. TtWill b aptUres t ag, o
will go by default under the wither. what Samwill hav to dB h fer, (or
lfg influence of public apathy." he is aiwayi quarmllaier 4'sta
The splendid spirit shown, by the people who to t he ooart f relief.
New York Demoorats means that they WON"*" I' "" "-'- .
will be satisfied with nothing less than The Demosatito lendebook, fet I1s.
success. And they have aerer failed ised,.a bo that' earlyy all of atr e.
to win when they all worked together ports of Irea *b steel 4a, dis aemoUnt
as they have shown that. they mean le taewa~ly $111siioo00 last ear
todo now. On the other hand, the are old -to foreigaews at alboatear
Republian factions, headed by Odell fifththshe p1rieesharged to Al erlianem
anl Platt, art ly( la toambubh for flow', thai for proLgeity?
eaoh other with their trusty blwie .... .!......
knives unsheathed and ready for borl lalsing Aungos goat Is a goleoiag
ness. New York may justas well now industry na Montama, The fle*s of
as later be put in the Demooratlo the recet e l)n be heavwler thuB asai,
list. and the kid crop is aloestdouble that
Carroll D. Wright, commilioner of of last year.
the labor bureau, in the eighlteenat I ac *
annual report of the bureau, lvs the In our national epentes
results of a comprehensive inquiry into '1 C0(i0o0tm, and the"tidple eautmored
the cost of living sinee 1806 and into has rorm. t year they wer
the average wae rate during Lhoset o W atd e people AL?
riods. The showing, so far as esonaers
wages, hai been made pubfnc hereto-
fore, an investigation of 518 ocoups-
tione, representing sixty-seven ladue.
tries in 3.420 separate establishments
having shown an average of increase In
wages during this period of 16.6 per "Il lM u v Co w t ue4 Sm
cent. The inquiry into the cost of litv. fi Oftdw 0*10 ,T
ing shows that living for workingmen' s r I Wa iTr l,
families having under 91.200 Income
per year has increased during this
period 15.6 per ent. In order to aseer- a"8 h
tain this average increase the labor ntwlo
bureau secured the income and expen-
ditures in detail of 2'.667 famillfe in
thirty-three States, retail prices being laWM
taken. The statement shows that the
2,667 families consisted of an average
of 6.31 persons and that the average rt I
inco-ne for the year 1901 Was $S27. oo r. *a 0, or 00m U t c.l
________ Tbsat geme e lirew
.bout ail the telephone lines have tr l emed S CaCttoll.. e"
boe, tlialt within the last 25 years. M AL35 LIr'.t5 U lU3
The lines of the lel! system include .. ..... .... J il
,~M..0 miles of wire. reaching 29.000
cities. toIa and villages. Andyetita
"is thomlaiht t:he rk of onstructIlg iS 1
in ite infancy. Climatic conditions,
nouinthit rates wta l riversn are no
longer i:npassible harriers.

Abraham I.incoln said: "I am not
bui'.;d to wrin, but I am bound to be
trlo. I am not bound to sueeed, but
I amn hiumd to live up to the light I
have. I tatnd with anybody that
stinzad ria:ht, stand with him while he ... "_
is right a;;!, part wit t, im when he ________ MENANDWOMEN.
goes wroalaa'" 1)o thou proven so. l Mt2 u, f,, u ,
......... r 4;*rfP; lbf.itloWP r I .r'.P.l

... fb i

In,, we..
1410mu k



Dally Thmroh Pull

For full laforeatl
write A. O. MA
Aes4. eamne



LOU, ,ii

Ltlaritie( Co


I.' I a 1(H C:TY "| T't I a.~ rt' m n "hi ;ntltC.tl.
I C '.T(\. r c y ll r r o l.t.,,u
Frank .. Cheney makes oath that he lt.st WI tsvIn rr.
is senior partner of the lIrm of F. J. cJ 0*g .t ,,.pem,.r.
Cheney Co., doing business in the 1roPjtr (e n,
City of Toledo, county and State afore.-
said, and that said fHrin ill pay the
rum oi 'Ine Hundred Dollars for each |. sle dl. $ ood
d every case of Catarrh that cannot On ale dally. Good
be mcred by the use of Hll',sCatarrh
Care. r.1. t'mw~mv.
sworn to before me and sublmrit iced P .
in amy prfesee, this. 'th day of J)eem- e a
tier. A. It. l' No.t ...., ..a... INm. a. o.ueatm..$2

SNotry I uthhlic.
il ,- .(',:n~rrh Curn' t s laken inter-
lt i atl a.ct ltdir'vetly in the blood
Il i si turfaces ni -hp pyst edi .
f, r 't. dtonigSat*. f, .'
*t1 1.P1 .6:for
i. ^ r^ ^sat

m'w.-r ued <;^ sMrt M s i-, rr ethst am Ptes lelR.
rr* rM stic raly if* H*I eai

sale daily. Good

nery and LA I Diie Fv
Atlanta ila thattanmo e.

Round Trip ltela From Oalnesellhet

.10 $361
I till Dec. 25. On aledatly


I fifteen

PFor ree vtioaln ad

dayso. A

IlUaaie ashrla esmats A.

:: J i

*I" *& fomcdad 0o s jfor Wt e f ftruor. I I
rwh, yoa buy land; therefore
l aitM7 a buying.

it, y remvald to you by..

t- A tract Company,

S di p.

IN f A2 50A 00
i li ....

&Oe 0er u.arcii lCniel's. All wotk guarw
..,, DO r 4...

A. (. ION..KY,
I 0 TOP Ar H.
Ofll. a Magnol Hsosl, elanestills,

AlU 4k1. e *ntiulfrully treated wl'.hot~
"4iuia.QsmltUjon a~i I5Minala tlon free.
P1ip4|>U ~te. Ultwom

Cain tell your ity property, (Im.
proved amid ilnSqipruvd), plbpltLte,
trucking and farming lnds. Mend him
a lil o91 what you offer for sale., i14
E t. BAKERt,
... SOLCii'(it IN CHANCERY....
.)Olee In Endel Block.

[luaamoe oSls*rter& Aidermaml

OVw O a btteoa C'so tn


OltMen~p teo to Crow *n4 Utfi 4t work.

OraduateW altluor CoaUrO Dental uanrnwr
-*, r.ur' rr*1rtDi la Nw YorI City.
Crown.Bridre werk ad l ila Ipelait tl
ALL WORK Ulllltr A& W.
GA fO ILLo, fta.




rw a o sra O e HtLes
'i r lun rwean a good bag
&$i or afood *core at the trap.'
iq r ;Le.ader" and "Repeater"
aer Stallsa are good shells.
r, r always giving an even
Wof I .t and good penetraticn, their
1ipPiqlity ia testified to by spcrts-
Uo WWLacluster Factory Loaded
s $~t profhretn' to any. other make.


.. : V, OYTL. MGe R.
aet Till Ba ,al tomSoai hrnbed regnirding lands i this
n y. Oa31r h laat h l Ived ln Uil eont thirty rt ears aslu
SIhboeghily esvernuir with land tItles,

-. W. -'O- E, W
ie IaS aUiber ikf Miillt AeCrl rie and EAgisah eompales.

lanld Oottox0.

alAd Cotton See., Bagging and Twine. Walrus
Leather in Strips or Sides.
fact rers of the James Doig Improved English
ea Itland Cottn Gin, and Supplies for Same.

JOHN MMENI S. Proprietor.
-SU.01 W. UHIaY uS JalK)onvUUle. AP.
Fasut beer, bottle and draught. Donm'
fail to call on me wrhe n inJacksonvlle
(Wia Dr. GU B. Tt(on).


Irant.k Carlner. Prot'r

Best Imported and Domestie Liquorn
and Wines In the city.



Best Line to St. Louis

Superb Dining Car Service
Stopovers. going and returning, at
Atlants, Knoxville, Louisville. Ashe-
ville and principal North Carolina
mountain resorts.
8ee High Bridge (highest railroad
bridge In the world), Famous lBlue
(Gra IRegion, Lexington and Loluis.
Free reclining chair car and iRgh
olar day 'oaehes. Through 1'ullman
sleeping carsn Jacksonville to St. Louis.
Folders, rate, te.. cheeriftlly fur-
nished upon application to J. V. Luak.
District lPassenger Agent, 108 West
Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.


Iils, Ir in, Pipel, it.

1 1:F4
Bought in Car Lots. Sold In any

U4et one of Our Catalegues.

Baird Hardware Co.

Jacksonville, lorida.

Jsl. Everbrd Canada Mtij
As good as aiy and better than malc
Beer. Made of Hops and Malt

Per Barrel........
Per Dozen.........

~~""- 7 ---Ir- ---l;Qi

Iinois Central


St.' Lolls Exposltlon.
In sesell@ t with W. A A. R.. mil
1., C. A Mt. L. 4 y. ftm AUltIa.
Lv. AUtlanta a. m., Ar. Ii. Louis ti7 a. i
Lv. p: m p .,Ar. Ltouoeml Ti ,
I*rge, Flord. d**
Carmla the onlc moni Ml *idep oar 'treo
Atlanta to At. Lau,. Thli ear leaves Ja*ck a
vWllatIly AA p. rm.. AtantL s a.t0 a. a rlnt.
rou the eatmre day In Ht. Louis to get IoeaW.i
For rll I from roar city. World'a rlar '(MiU
Book a od seheules. mrleplno er rsaervtoio ,
also for book sbowing botel. and boardi-l
houke,. quotlin their rates. write to
Traellarn Pameagr Agelt,
N o. I Brewn hllllar, ATLANTA, GA.


Florida E. A. WEIL & CO., --

Of All ekmsriptions.
Bole Apents forMAONAIICII aund TOMlI
pair warranted.
J. Mna a Ag ed


Via L N W. R, R

Exursion tickets now on sale daily
from ialneaville to St. Louis and re-
H44.10.........Return limit lce. 15th
.1) ........... Return limit G' days
$',.6 ........ Return limit 15 days
Corresponding low rates from other
points. The I., A N. is the best line o..
st. Louis.
For rates, schedules and sleeping eCar:
reervations applyto
J. n1. FLEfilNO, Fla. Pass. Agt.
SA W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. IFa.
O. L. STONE. G. I'. A.. Louisville.

Ilc A and's Saloon and Calf
Jacksonville. Florida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m.
Bartlmay IReetMbter, aIs Ia.
ported Wurbrgerr luBr orN lras

Bleak1, Fish, Chop, Oamenr es'
to orser, Pool, i Blliards, Bow l
AUlty. 1iCW.Bayt.
A i


OBtee n .I Gler LAw xohane, ------ -------.- i


gXO b0'1d

/r nDAILY t sN: 4AnW8VnILz, la OB. 1

y4. i:W

ii I S O D.
SIll ls$A ll nt Over
Pest Tw Dae.
lOleeorur Itllei h1. been
pt! two or three days
06patlonal llofnss ltase
e anrplaee dding bus-
lra1 I happy over the
;kI.' msueoh for the ler.
bk ihe eolleetor, "and
ipy are paying the II.
g* rtumbillag. and are
PraIlpt oo. Of oy
Ma a eollaetor I be.
i t thfully that I have
*la and delay In eolleo+
I bhi eame than I .have
d beolon."
lIi statee that while
ilrohaitab are complain.
Sr4y' all eom to have the
In their sooeks" and
JlI the oomplaints they
iiJllInl and more prompt
the city for what they
Jrm '"throwing money
sof theUm appear to
Money Is that llmch
It rate of eolleetions
igleve 1 will I8nish my
irblt days, whih will be
Ies lime that it has ever
r," remarked the eol-
a.taed Ilto a prominent

pOrt, Wtigo, Ky., writes.
.I 1"I want t tell yan I
8anow Liniment taved
under the treatment of
they told me one of
Mi tlrely gone, and the
itleted. I also had a
6. I don't think that I
ild ovartwo months
Waouoed by a friend to
Sollpow ialment. The
l ve me gRrat relief;
bottle aured ane sound
41 g wonderful mnediolne
nd it to sufferlog bu-
sop,Btl00. Sold byW.
n Woman Found In Al.
ioghany River.
- Oct, 4.- Thu body of a
found in the drlftw River yoetorday dreasse.
the heatl cirtely shaven
at the morii s'today i
2, 8 yearn old, a widow.
t. Altrifingny.
loatiou wa madie Iby Rose
tnd. whu sa(lt lhe Fre?)er
was h ailivcn following
"front typhold fever. Thet
id It was undolvlbtedly aR
tL na(trdert an at first uhp-
saild thi woman wa.i des-
ray and left her hunie
Itl for a ialk. rvniarlinq:
r looks g3oud to mi,

Pa.n You Eat?
,a prominent merchant
b, Tex., says: "I could
Sof a weak stomach. I
( h and ran down in
i thlt money could do war
11I hope of recovery van-
ring of some wonderful
,d by use of Kodol Dys.
Se onoluded to try it. The
Sbael1tea d me, and after
bottles I am fully restored
p1 strength, weight and
Idol beypepsia Cure digests
0t and cures. Sold by all

i Axle Prevents Race.
Lt. 4.-A bronin sxl Io-
hed samn aSttiiait r i un Hi.
eIar the autotmo!,ll, rp crI
I o10 and New Yorlu. Th r
i of Chlcagt, cr til.he rear axle or of i< ti I I
NIed in two anil th. \.'.;
trturned. lolcirbi'i Hntl
Oiii wrO throw n u,' h1
1- was sieorlnaly injur *
8 150 oompletu'l. win l'
Il to Chicagto wasr n '-

One of Many.
sle bof Hulnilertri, I.' C ,
l twenty years with t(I.
iilists were empluoy'tl amal
*tla used, but re>li

oad wla found only iii til
Wit'sa Witch flazw"c: *ai,.
,e 0M of thie Ilany cures that
Offeited 1by this wound< riul
fbuyilg Witch ilascl mailiv
try to se(' that you g,
Vitt's allude by I C.
In Ohiolag. rid a cir' ie
Iltt'o Witch lla.el Salvc,
i of piles, cuts. hnitral,
te ter, ring worm.,
Sold by all drn -

Olcarla After Man Charged with ev
eral Serious Crimnes.
HIartrl'l, c('nn. Oct. 4.- rt.he aw
pOllt Ir orn,. atl nm aly olf the resident
bhav iI) alt.1a, ttre earchlngl east
0laIltttti li,.ryv fir Jodhni (. VWhpplie
who, Itwoi wekM ch Igo, hot and se .or
OUjl, wvniull. i1 a iatr(;iIb, r. Jim(i aiStar
mer. ail lisi.t w, ek ilhilt ltati P dolie
man I.'- .uclk, lho was attellpting to
arrest hlim It I mslupected alloi that
Whilppile tbrnodl overall banrs anti
coltsqtaet lly all harnsr stocked with
thie s r.i 's cropml are guardpd llght
and du) by armed farm hbads.
It i h lived that Whippleis b ltiln
In a r.ove In Mull till (ll a ranre of

Sav11 Two From Death.
'"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. IHarl
laud (if Armonk, N. Y., "but, when
all other remedies failed, we laved her
life with Ir. King's New Discorery.
Our niece, who had consumption In
an ad vancld state. also uied thill won-
derful medicine and today she is per-
featly well." Deperate throat and
lung diseases lield to Dr. Kin's? New
Discoverj as to no other medicine on
earih. Infallible for uouglh and colds.
80o and #1 bottles guaranteed by all
druggiat. Trial bottles free.
J. ....

First Class Provision

a A new 1yi1tlMaIum.,
BO DYt: ep,,nd idyequipped.
II ND: A large Faculty of
IND: nost scholarly opec-
ODAL St 0 our Motto:
ORAL$S: Sound morals
the basis of good litlitenhip.
Address THE I'RE4lI)ETT, lake
CIty, Ilorida,
i- -. __-.,_, _-. _. .. _.
Flas lall 1Iatemernt *o the eard of
l'rhlle IacIrnrllo, Alaraus I(ee*.
ty, Florida, for Ite Me*th
of August, It(4a
Htun. It. '. ltentiti. (e;rk (irvut Courtl Ala-
chian Courlty. Fl"orhli:
tir In iO [t w,. of rlorlnu|. we lr with Y.ta the
foil. h i ttelnl/.ul .(It ri .&t'l; sitaletetielit i>f all
*'hk, i t, % nres re etli fexplenlel. urul

Cwarnt 1 \ i rd nri t. Ii
.oN- IM P U .I .
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it i:- '

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T.-4 1. M .liVi-N. .. I 1'-,
.'1 W ft. 4.,ini


Having .
bought the
stock of The
Thomas Hard-
ware and Seed
Company, we
will for the
next Thirty
payp sell
Any Goods In the Store at CotL

The rteek must be redauee. New Is th
time to buy Prailture, stervf
Palnts or auythrla In ear
lile, Clhep.



National, State and Congrossion.
al Ticket 1904.

I. M n I, 1 I '.i.l.i,,r '. . .... li; ,
-i I. Itk',,;.'.t N?.:. . i "I N IPresidential Electors.
,ti .... a C. F. Buffum-Franklin county.
It. it tI.K.S ,, rlt. n. a~ e K. Robinson-Marion county.
AtteC1; N. MHt iI.iA).\ Y. Sec. .ui SuiL. Ulo. H. Holmes-Breiard eouhty.
S. A. W. Wendell-OUadden oseunty.
NOTI' il rl'llHI .HT'l'O. A. M,. Cushman-Alachua cooary.
i >i ,. .tit. t,, e.ia >,. .'i., For Uovernor-llon. M. B. Maofar.
11.0, N vl ,.,f |tth ,,* aI n l H illsbo ro .
nu.al .,'.t. ,.. -,' i. ',<' ,.IH hi inI'niion Secretary of a tate-John F. Horr,
t i i > l. i~r >. i f l r, , t i; ,: Iri o i i < 't o f nM o' r
,. 1 tr l 1 1 : l -ni,1 h .h> 'i l h e 1 r,., ,, i it.'. : ..... v -..-.. Attorney-Geineral-Fred C. Cubber.
, ,.ii ,i. : N. ,,, r I,, ly, Levy.
S : .,, ,: '. I C tntttruller-J. L. Skipper Pulk.
It. F: 'l'enrer'r-E. 31. lBrelsfurd, IDade.
h ', 1 ..: ,. .it' ; 2 lllperil tenldenl t of Public Instrue.
'. ~ i . ioin-W.L._. O('Neal. Orange.
n~ i( n ...i e \.. : ii tci r of Agrie l~lt re--J. S.
:- owivy, P\litnaim..
lail ri l .a.Coritun ip ioner Ii. J.
I1 x ITrITE* Iitmhi,'. St. olla..
.Jtstlice Sqipre'mie Couurt for term of
ritam Perar--. Il. Sheppfrtl,. Escarmlbia.
SCream Ve rmiu J;tiei S t ru in (loi rt-- S. Fart,
*i. -- I isltlloruo
S1HE GUmRANTEED C. S. Adams. tiural.
E ]' IP'. Axtell, Dlval .
W ORiM Congtfetional Ticket.
E Y tFirst Coi:ritoal IR'triCt-E.
E u1 D1y. l Hillsboro.
S R E M E 0 Second t'lgrtioml 1itrict-J. M.
TH I 'IlThird Clongressional DVitrit-L. M.
w o *Csl a prANf OS1L S Ware., Washington.
,. In ni. Cl .

Ballard-3now "'"."'m ""
ot, LOUIO., Me.
For Wae iT W. j* osp ,

I .. I,

Take The Atlantic C


Mathusi ekPianD,

uI riBILITi.

Bast pLuo lor hli (trVlar *Ultste. slade Ia
lunse loner ihe otar.m eona nrut4
est Batrlteril. and Iot arUsUeU
worltauuaip ohblalsble.
Up tuo 4e n every
Sold b aso eontlnuosly ior

without a Ilngle fallamr. It yon
waot a piano for a lifetlIm
Ioae buyI the

Mathkzuhe klr
Pases as low as is esaiseaS wite 4auts
COmh oa neaO ters. ieat on II dar'
trial. We par frelbot. WIMa
for Pwlee TOWAT.

Ludden & Bates

Sotmn Ia IObums,



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allatlydea :Ne

Southbonoad.... ....................... t Wil
Northbouad.................. y P isteohpratp" e a

1Between JACKuoONVIlt61 and SAMIpI ,.a '4
stopping at a on JohuA Ritr .

Iesves Jacksonville 8:1) pn. m undays, 1Tueday&l ad Th .. i.
Learves anford 9:80 aM. mi odayd, Wedneesay alU d FridayL '
Is appolntedtloale18 1 folows,
Stet. .. BCMIEI)ULE ,
leare8 l0 > ................... Jaekloavlll....... ....
8:45 pm .............. ... ..l.. allti .......... ... .....
8:00am................ ....Aster.................
4i30 amn..................... .. Franels...........
I.. ............ reaford (DeLud).............
Arrive 4:80j am .......... ........... for.. S nfod. ....... .........
104l O am. ............... Enterpriti e .. .... ..
N InMONNOUI. JWI. ASi. J t eMI Aft.. I Wes tl.J Ml
W. O. OFt.Jr..I reent loa 4rMteest. Jacko e
,.A I T Kr,',ss. Ap 'liew Yoi. G
Senteral raaler. a ;t m *0 teatesral A(ets
/bl b o hMlllM St .U I lt ft iI" M "Now t t' V OW. ta'

All ",r -t a Tha un..


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Rapid Trat asn U.
Time Talblein os
Depart For 'AI

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