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 6, 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: VID02289
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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5B t 0ih aIsIroew of ae it M. rlood Hsu Q d r Des.
l elein aYpis s *ot *o ol IS S
,re .la y t aet Ii o *a Town.
SflOS ;i O AIT MA i WAR NIWn WATYR HAs NOW RSiieCdOI

4"is OlIIII S@ othee rtse 0ang the snentri' Light was Ws Flooded and
WB IlSate Mo LT St en mosvens to I n 1 eon,1 0aty Was Lift ig Darkna, While
aIs -W MI im> In, th. HMer oif wiQOt. ot, 4- Ip,.- -li T follow- Tilgrmaphis ( l esWsi tion Was S
V Rlas I oIoIl report* t ha boei heI44 :
Tohe ,Maehuri4a h aslquater ro* rteely Iterrupted.
3a et. Om -Praorieh Auu fte atr' by otklwsaph tt a body of Roaswell, M Oct. -i--Rell .i a
e, iu anilpt.or* died togay. It Smootu *aot out on eOt. 2. coslstIng of s t of donation. The flood tbh
i I ftI-1ts4 faitsou" ,btl two stt bit oMapay of Inlaatry sa4 a troop oi started Thuriday nlliht ha receded.
i ,s $atve rwwer with he 'at tb* 0 Wltry. attacked ed routed a d I The, damne will be great VOr
4p a sigefM wihw U a s:lpor ar4a, To i. ,I t he" oert e leney ry O6 Itui ds t wa impossible to get oin tle.
ler k4e^ thre yiasrsi ag anado d Pabt Mitum. 13 ..iles AorUth pblp eon.sunltcation wit? outside
M id violIt ~rmptoi d4 ll arIg 1' kalutk ai4 i milele wtt of li
i .i few .:at" b iut Ireioldi the Muikdea Wtd. Wile further ~ r T electric light plant was too4ed
li on antag i teiwk In is stu. auitiitW a o I n i th viinity a force of the n darkne. T w
Ruse1laR eavahr 210strongatt. actaked 40the city In d artneos. The aity
a WIt datyi o acfs work he J 4 sot. After fghtlp a d t oon a stream lrouh the rea
the iiy oa the dlease blr some !e4 ti eJanue retlld. 1 ace. tlSid busiaeu houses.
S, stiaa 1 bil own v to ts. I m ***as lorSwas al bout 0 The Rwwel: opera hots. nd aevll
T~tl wi i 4Slw a allerorlical "Th .'taie of ffalr ts at the front of Iheana wu.itee c pseand.
I o!i llt.6 l ilP. It 4Or army re a hnJge rmrhnr d."
*t a teIVo La rthb. m ,. ThBWy av been no trains solace
1t l t J daPkvyl, bt0ee. --rtfolt Thurnlsday. Tib ralroad bridge at
Sb ihls artlao tite d. an l frWltln rear!f the tOonrult he th Peces river has be3a washed away.
br4t lgtt llPnilp ht eds lloiW.00i1 revard!cg t.he unrolt In the
S t10 ted IA tl l* b oi nort Mofrthwletern part of BShantunI proy. TRAGEDY IN LAURENI COUNTY.
tsl w~l9sti.gsd thel, 1* li or a rea*strli nature. N.
: ,thy $~ of..e. I The The British eistnltoa is of the opna Fatall DIlffu!ty Between Prominenl
Bttakho sawhat of the ios tha es t hete i no es fr aniety. Citizens.
s sad aslpaiud Ot tUte hstat. Thir opinion is confirmed by BisboP Dui. G., t. S--Monday on Jet
NulMrt h Iba~Ud bal. YIer. of the French Catholic miaioni lersO.n seirt In thh! city ulprlaten-
tr,'gel I 'Sre. rd iays dIe lt Jolcepilonltiy well eq.ujlnitcd dent J. E. HI-ttsway,, of the coutity
Ie adata, Iels and Wth the Chinese. A dispatch fom cingang wa. shot and kile by
ha" bqea _IiPgS at 'Brt W MiUaI Sept. i rald that the Sho. Earl CaUmp a pruilnen: )tIun law.
Sd ,i~ I ita anxOoun tW -0 r Voer openly distrlbutlnt yLrofna Ihi city.
ag1 yIg1ng. woman, I Ppectuat couched ln the ume Ins Itraw ) was shot live tImes by
c ion ,.t" Aila sad e lqr* s a those crouLated before the i amp. all of the balls passing entirely
a Taxed dcl l t, g 17&l O 'htihee prosper tsee through hiN Ius y nPn! roducIng lath
xed Oct. 7 as i date for the ex n just a f"ow m!nu. The platol
4, u teUlnrlnation ,f all foreIgners. wak. put cioho to tbe body of flatta-
1 9 I OUT rFA tI" .-- waly an!! the fl!ath from it burned hl
To 'lo. Oct. 4.--10 a. m.--lvtepenan ll en th e m
a' i Ruttlehip Sllevod to iHale borteue., an Atherlean a*ache wlith lCaln was on hI knees when he did
"U W.S b'iii Ii er. the f rees t Port Arthur. 1ass atrI. thi e shoot lng. attawy havilb knook
bYk.r Oct. I-blat th. latest at Toklo en rout to ( Vashtnugton. 1 i him down alter having struck him
aijtl're or dostroy the blt- will ail o tM he steai.ihip DIlr. L :i n aunimbr o blows on the head isd
te Caaeuttt wis, according ) tenmt lFort.- ,i. 4 tc;'t!, tlhe opera- back. I .rats that twice Hatta y
uld mae frlulth th otltde, tlO5 In Se;toni.-,.r nt !,rtI Arthur. i. II ach.d f,: a pistol and that hi
bl lbt estalblbsed to the satista- Is lrtu'rnlng home oni account of the thought ht I ll. In danger an_ then
of thLe o lBCtf! at.the navy yard. expiration or h!s. levoe. eto pIrltIgid nl 1
*i Nt IS' t' lleveld ithat the hole which to Bheracy r:l,' to h'i I4,. vtlons Cam gav. hlnsf Ia t the ofl-
lti ld lloIr one of thb water. at Port ArthuAr p.:nr!!u the fa1l of tlh,' cers. )but nt afttIrward r-losed.
oampart *ents"of th6 shlp was forces. A n:.l ,r Of A,\mla:O The affair Is nmltch reretLted by all
ids lbyl a divenil rain rom a.aPatil to S partly concerned.
swheoH, iso lmarrowa the flei of lnaest !gi irra cio. Oct. !. p
i# and a important arrest In t he-- Ir PEACE ( ONFERENCE.
4 .Iseilsl i l expWetel. Following closely 8t. P i ter.,rg. Oct. 4.-A dlpatpi, '--
I E ',t. lk the Otlrer Iissued by the rr-tr.ing from lM5,1! t n. 'latl. Oct. 3. saYs Thitanth International Congreca a
Pi ti ahi "0 *iti. Rear Admiral Frederick "The Piplti!r Mof thit place* has' Boston, Mass.
el e Xiera. slling on Mie p-atlotlltB ot been greasly ilcreasad by arrivals Iro;,1 Boson. Oct. 1--The btrl|nes rn., ot.
II Wo ifo employee to protect the Coonn tl I. all quarters. (Chinte who have fidl lng of the LitlrlentC Intlrnaltrolai
O W M a las who silld b ha hben a front the llsuth say the Japanese are peace conlfer,-nr: waa ePilled to order
WIor r kmttan nl the yard Vas arrested. admlnirterling affairs in omrthbrn Man. In Tr-moent T'mple today. TVrea de
"101V 5pr-I*i ll p Ireit caUledl !lileal. exeltermit eourla. wlth a high hand. and many llberative s.-sions at wvhilh the dele.
os thlelln I i l*threats of summary punishrient aonmplaliUt of ll-treatnmnt of the n gates are orx)Cecld tu center Iitro a fret
Sdelilii. a although later It was tives by the.m are ma'le. There i a disculs!on of subjects. loaklto toward
t hatd that the affair was nnlmportant areat 'sercity of provrlons among the the general at alnnmelt of peacm' which
rJl 'l' Ud Aetl toi IS anspiclott manner, the COllles piopllation. the congress hia afiImnled to consid
Id ta fn wa rst seen by tle marine er wrll continue through Friday.
ith l- tt to dlalodeavorilngf to paper out wlthl tit Petit Juror Drops Dead. The opltening address by Blw!In D.
t'li ft lTt lIlg n otieod. Beo!une of thIi the cur. Jackison, .Mls.. Oct. 3.-RD.D. lrown, Meade, of BDoton, was the first In the
lil. tW *llvle oral of the lpartd at once placed him a member of one bf this wevk'a pet:ll order for today meeting. This was
a, der arrtet and brougltt him before juries, dropped d ad In the Hinds count. to be folklwe esi eM s.nflrlapald pl emphlll. Severe qiewtllc.r ty circuit curt room Jlondy after DPresident Land an address by him. re-
lii- brought the statement that hli noon. The decv'aeld ad been sum. sponss by r'prsen:ltatIves of each of
thO lrt lw I h# -ame was William Carey. years old, moned on tl:h panr for th- week, and the countries having dellgatets In lthe
.... a n-1 -- thla he had LePn a machinlst in after anewt.i:ng liue usual question congress, til. elrctlo(n or the othr of
SIO9 tai a prevt en the navy yard andr mploy#l on til' propotnd'ed tb .ltJudr l Miller. and being lecrs and flna:ly by It.h prtlr(entaloon
Oilsb jf.-b f hlp In dlant fti r tile last eriht told of theli nt if the case about' of the reo'r; ,'f it' 't rri!on;il peace
II uh mo nts. le gai* the nam; of h! to ie triroI. .h.h wa a ult 'a'gi'nl% bureau on t <'f n* y ar
So | a klt softmian, lhtlt the letter could n.ot Iten- a r ilroafdt (rirp. riton. he Iroe an Anotther s'r'nl r matFr ;ii e rIii,:rI :
a g etko t B a f him and tho e mna wa .. el'td i t- aslB1: AmJ-noJud an ti not qualified tg p for cotPt 1 a *n .P r-cal>;crt.o
i lauSa tpo ir oa the oe cCreonlsiy fromo te yard. sen I cA. I am prejudice' received isa 'tiit fIr": tir Thotma
*I. b ot 1wsof theasj l Iatl). :1
4M) t-tt werte hot fr a time FINNLAND ELECTICN13. -rt T Pan r. f ;' ',.An.*' :
atig tiiOrby eittaee, tmI.- Hanng n Pennsylvania. P''ie S ,,. Pasants and Workingmen Dclauing Washini:g 'an, Pa l-' -- erty'aJ a t y of a (''arr v of arbitration be
Wemn 8Seilar *at Up. Agtuiet Partlisanw Camaign. IllhRan a "h r" wt in. Pra teen (ireat -ritain al Amri-a.
C in~uib o '' .t '- *tf1tallr.>. Fanln, tt .-T; (fr t ti "*'* of r: ay iat,. I Elected D-retors.
S,, p 5. -A sentence imha)hlnint ..s FI;nlsrnd are ~,v v,:;, : negro. at \\'a \Yan;ilt.ii n TUe c F o
S- ars U i the paltentllary wa :the !.th. tr, th-" f-rrh omic t ni;g dlei. rt'ry a Har's an':l.r,. intlimar< wi:. i Cl' lirc .. ..- th, f annual
.I at by tam ma1 a n r Itt 1 n ly se et 1 t ti; t I 11a i i, Mi rs. Callhli.l w ;,a i:,e a n' !t e. I rnce n, '. h" C'i.irsrg o an l A lton rail:
la f l.. tr. b wr al trd an r of trif l ,,, ,. th.' -nai(,n ,a l n Kcntucly. was the ahus l f tt I road i1 rnJ I li-,' re. D. (;. Reid ailn
.i2? 4 of buglary at Scle, Ala. It' i an t itan *'* '.f nut 4 olt'e il,' ltling Robt' t .1at :4'r i. r*, electedd dire ,rr
5 t it hae waa menbcr 'h;"b,!. pa. ;' aa.t' n,- ... -------- In plroe of W W Y-Wintl.on ('hp;i.,i'
*KSaW fensalo brrglars. InKt rn c :'.:'"' a'.i.tln n 4 Court Added to Sentehce. tanIl Morlmier I. S!f. *Tn me't I
"ta.,;= rt d lo -.g-I t.at1 ', r, ("oln$idibu ; c .- At tie f 'illr.! larr nioui ot Tit~ 1:-,
Ss^ndi for en.tence. ',':, i: '.n trui. t sos ion oit I. !rctre ne d iat ,y ,unl:i
1 O t. atl h. (i t. n J. lidwait. : + r'I. \, 4 t ."r :' lh re lt r'utrt j, st clo ctlt, Th maa- \ v 't'. Their el.''-!tn hIt-',lUht foll ',
'L la'i l iti AtdIuM fmlthn the bMfi5lln f~ ro i " t . :i," r ambTr, a white man. was '. ,' f, I' tht, t.hr HIirk ls!as l l:l'r.in r '
S n.iteyi andt wa* reccntla y 'l ,.,;'t i 'sr ,!..' if .1'" ,. :. lu illy of striking an SO-ye.ir tol. n'o To Which ithir tew directors a Lre re i.'
,l r lyw 4 ,ix, lthe ,'h:'c : ;,' .raier a .d. t i.he pn-t with a Io ad Iaed t210. To thla rented, tm lnt. i, the ame ttag Wit
Sa Stpr, e #Ol ,r, ir r. firt.* T 'ri.d r-l' e.'"ft IraS Sdde: eth mo ig, af *-e th of Zh0! ,0 a5 SiM out
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4*iiin tie mI lih ofl irpInbtr v
e i. P. iian!ahs b Mlife (froa lilt
Sennal tri north. lII Apoe~r bring
S-a iyleeya*s tI- 'ovliplg his
I, l4teII Br-easysila sad ftetis
;toO iNow lie M!i York.
| i s r 'ttHmIIiRge winll optl for
p "9to OWio tHs et'loll md t,
l prikenit ppiatel wll io well 1li1l.
;Amo na bliN aIreed taken 0tn
b e*hb eotl lmey I aea.
Swm 0. Osliwell 1 fol urned
Sllr$' erYII I MwleU Wfhll4 erMl
( Nk l atovili led l 1a nlllo.t
3fim MRobeisna oi rw V4Miaks

~i/h tih HI ll oto peb *les i
*6ili, Ol, lkbrilhrli.lawl drinll
I l-e l.Apit lets Momlay for 8t.
Zilmi delegaIte of Kirby mioth
CiMV. D 0. le Ivor .Apek
" 4,i pi her a tar a WhItevrlle,
i lhi"Ie.l trml begen yfter
i e# sriBprytair. An Amelesa
SfiI; ovo tie doorway Wreeted
r. ad pairow who attended
I t Mrriesliil, whih en opened by
: l t. 0W. ildwi, ter printlpal.
I "Wl fr ialy remarks, followed
SftfPI s*lngi. Supervisor 0.
i lU aoled itrh ai lhor
Sli hl e e*h*Ile As a gre a
O h children art still needed
SIsa *eOttoo i plhig, only swea.
5 Wolere asteede the opelnrl
frieOnd of t 4i family of
1 wlille w i ellr, to hear or
t 60 thellr 0410il IllC e.t Parley.

S The st Deeoer.
r*w. P. 0. rtee.e, Salphor Spriarg,
WPM. wrt- *eLy lth. tt "hatv
Sy family Bfallale Seew Lit.
St att HotieoaOd Strap, and they
I IC inrvd eertslly satiateetory.
1 #91MemaIa*t th. beet we have ever
S 4 wor hueadeahw sa palsa. The
OM; yrnap hia bhe ouor doetor for
I lat *ight yenr." ae, w80. 1u.00.
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SMel w e aos d Iei
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Will Surrinder Frank Dunman.
Ilrairhaim( Al., Oct. b.-*rank
eaaa, I bI t oted. outlaw and muarder-
ShiS btln ibeptIlvely Idontflo'J by the
gtHol .of this county, and will be
hlotht' here to be iexecitei for mue-
er of' Polileman Kirkly. lRequisltlun
has brln granteti by the overnor of
Floridal. and the h lle ers are expected
to, return witih Mm. w. ll1 wi1 t- re,
sentenced tnil 4 exctittel w:tli: 30
days, Stnce hIs eaCape frnin Jail he
iais ben operat!rg in Florlida. roblllng
poitollces and blowing iafes. lie is
gsllably the most wanted criminal la
th IVnited States.
Cures Chills and Fever.
O. W., Writ Naeogodoles, Texa.
ye his daughter bad chills and
oteer for three yeisan he could not
leMd anything that would help her till
Ihi. od leirble. His wife will ano


il 'l :e'ep hoe" ithaut it, and cannot say
aliitt ll Monday under toltatueh for it. b. sold by W. M.
aeil if We Lotile eil er, liohnion.
Isbt Mb Willi* MM3 i Be.
l, i lel i lo a s i .Ri

.st Wak. Ak.. HO IoN
d tcar% I feared iem-
Iri and t irie Id allars
but got plo elIef. Then
til eM f llfetrle Bisters sa -I
i a lew e red of Idliseals aving
In IIt graso for twelve
lei, arelIab tle med bought the
WidS gr eeral VoI debility,1 Of The
trs. a it' ned u stock of The
;-.:'. .. Thomas Hard-
F r Selling Liquor. T e -
e. *Ul)epusy aterif. J. I. Fuogte brought W lro an eed Seed __ ,
6 this eity Lawrenne HIaurd, coldd, Company, we -
fi ifteod in the court of Justice Bell 31
e t Alasha upon a charge of selling will for the -
S lquor In a drt eounty, and committed
Ala to Jall to await the action of the next Thirty
jInad Jlry. Haxard Is now ontlned
lI. the Alslhua county jail. and iI Dbay. e I I
.tme will probably be dlipo ed of at ili,
S*rllrbt term f is a d of at. Any Goods in the Store at Colt.
If the Baby li Outting Teeth
S Be sure and use that old and well- The stock mut be redei S ew Is the
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth, time I toul lu ltiraure, ltot*w,
li Bydip. for ohildrei teething. It alatN or anythlariin ear
.s!ll e the ehild. softensl tlheU.a, i, I ae
AI s cue f wind liq I d.
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i.Ea Florida Semiary..

S Expenses art moderate. Instruction and discipline not stir-
It p&ndlin the South.
Excellent accomnimodationl forlyoung Isltles. Parents inay send
their daughtln to the Seminary knowing thiy will receive the very
best ut care.
Male students will be under striet military discipline, All s1in
dents are taught regularity and prompt obedience to authority.
Idleneas will not be permitted.
A number of courses are sustained. All are thoroughly prlaet -
pal. Nearly all of our Commercial and lShorthand graduates hae
excellent poHitionr.
Facellty oI twelve able instructorr--ea b a pecialist. No soho l I
in the U'nited States has a better health record than East Fluriidi
4eminary.
'aipt. learn, U. H. A says of the ~emtinarL : "The dibciplirwit
appears to Iw pifcet."
TlITloSX r l:E. Floroatalogues, audress
JERE M. POUND. Superintendent,
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N FAI FLORIDA

Story ilst d o Vener.
tIyt Doed fo Tern. a
O.I ....N WRN3. T. his t .
Sth Oourier HiaaOvan tie I* uml t e th tadur
SOsedit, For There Are No' daforihestm. \rw dysS
by This NameI n Florida. ch that which d r r n a
Ist\ to do fr 1 abs
9rmplte Mierepresentation. hwtl, vsts a buit i
alghtly disordered Vy b.
lta article was taken fron ovr verhtrdeed. ds ea
ieth (Tenn.) Cour.erof Fri.
er 0. and In a measure K odo
tihe "lenth" some new-s.
a will take So a*esre a Ippile the nattial
Itron nothing, While The tdeeadi ntn
wonkofthe the wok q t
pot to blame in this matter, ach reeling the
vlThb New York lun tlie Me1 steneion, while
IS,. it does seem that lhre Ih inflanmed mtwsles
r wrong, luce Ih subject sad Wmesmr I emel that
,m as allowed to
Sketch, the lamented Judge rlM 5ad hal. Itcwee
baen dead for five years, rnd, Ilndigestio flatulence.
sding that he was a repre. plpitati an the h art
in thiis station of the Smith. a S St aoch treoubi
ttute,. It ildoulbtful whl other slegamds urifync and
hladled a snake with hli naked I ruIPat IntIthe 9i 1
life. There Is no such "deand. sparse on te staorts.
IOs" reptile known as the Ms oI .
at least In FloriJa, and tic
rl will be recognized as a
Ltation and the work of
bilious reporter. vI StWOOrtMta lvegip
Ithe article: i I mir. i.os00r 3 anoesa
ISa with gray hair anSJ shiFg. 0.IW L T
I whilt, bornaides, strolled
lhe lobby of the National Ho.
ir*veRings ago, says The New Sold by All Dr ng.t.
of recent date. He stopped Sold by A t
for a moment with the i -- ,--------
then opening a handbag and Shlndler laughed and declared the
hie arm within pulled birth bite was harless. A few minutes
Sake*.' which he held up 'to later he noticed sharp pain ia his
a rm. lie examined his fluters elosely
I Jlmeim Bell, postmaster at and found m redd streak.
t, Fla. lie is believed to "Then he went to Dr. Taylor of the
as many snakes as any institution. Other doctors were called
I0 the world. Some of his in. They all worked fully M houan
lmiameeall him Judge Bell, over him before he was restored to
oibere he is known as Major consciusnes.
bs e a right to both titles,for -A peculiar feature of thindler's
red as judge of the court of poisoning by an elaps was that every
y and he was a major in tl.e iear, oil the astidversary of the day he
t. baring been a member of was bitten, that finger would swell up
and Thirty.Seventh Yew and become ulcerated and the nail
inrmnts. He is a native of would come ott. So would the opter
N YN. Y. I tile of the hand.
the war he drifted to Florida "It continued to do this several
elasince been supplyingsnakes years, each year apparently getting
| SOithsonlan Institution and worse. A friend in South America
5tomen, public and private. then sent him a medicine whioh check.
some of his ubtsrvatio1ns ed its recarreftce."
adorida *nakei: Love- L..-..- .
laarlty about snakes is that A Love Letter
Ise one the skin will slough i ild not interest oa if you're
pants will eat it alive. Any looking for a guaranteed salve for"
aided in this way is bourd to .ores, blorls orr 'lles. Otto Dodd of
tbhealthy snake comes in c.n- o 11deL'. Mo., writes: "I sufered with
1th a dead nake the odor is sure an tR'y sure for a year. but a box of
stained and the ants will attack Ilucklrn's Arnica Salve cured me. It's
tilte best salve > fi earth. 25c at all
AUthy snake and eat it. I have. druggits.
Iay sueh eases. .
hre a snake thus dics in captivity Was Good on This Vote.
Hier the only way to preserve "I'olloway is all right fort Sate S.-
ias to put fresh earth in thel perintewident of I'hulie Instruction."
d ltoolate the e'gH. in water so good-naturedly remarked a prominent
Hean'tget to it. Even then you West Ender Wedllesct in speaking
Wdelfeated. Ants are peristent. of the legal controversy in which the
I1r appetite for dead snake meat candidate is now entangled. "The
Iiable. State committee be---" he con.
Nitaeen yearsagoor thereabouts, tinued. "\'We 'et End fellows do
hT, the artist of the Smithsonian nut beli.v re lolloway was treated
tion, had an exciting experieInc" right, and we prnpose to stick to him."
lLeake I sent He was n great This party stated that coming in (on
Olirf fhes and animals, the train there were seventeen in his
Wa calico, or thunder snake, n,4 party-two from LaFayette County.
6lled in Florida, but the true I the remainder from various precincts
ilo name of which is the claps. inl the West Elnd A vote was taken,
brilliantly colored and seldomu which showed a result of sixteen for
I More than 18 inches in lengthl. llolloway and one' fir ,'Neal. If the
I are yellow, black and red. b.Iys at tl.e jIll will stick to the
I persons bitten by tihe e'las;i lItinoetratic no!inil'' with this loyalty
ived moretthan sixoreight hojrs. there can be in.o d!iub: of the final
Ii h similar te. that of the ElRgp- count -and it is btlieved the y will, for
Ip. The victim falls into a comI- they arc "truI l b;i'."
oBadltion and it be','mesi bar. to
htim. To Cure a Cold in One Day
nt meeting of this particeilar Tl''ke I.axativr' Bromo euiniale Tab-
were somewhat out fit the usual i lets. .\l: driiggist reftnd the money
illked, in sending it to the Smith if it faile te, e, re. E. WV. (irove's sig-
1,that It he examined carrfu.i1y nature is on each t,0X. 2.'s.
ermine whetller it were really
i or a new seeles. J. J Finley Chapter.
ladler, who had been a great ad' The regular btiinrlrs meeting of the
'Of makeup to tha tlime anid j J. 'inlehy t'ieptr. I' D.C will be
Pany pet harmnle's ones in Iis ellid at I P. m. Thursday. at the r.li-
didn't believe it was an elaps. den'e' of M1rs. W. Il. Taylor. All mnem-
Ia. to handle it carelessly. ?i Itri are e arnestly rTeelletetd to attend,
tedpent Horan naiintinntil that as btllinel of iflcterelt will be present.


Ia elaps and advised caut on. ,,d for dicus.>ion.
*4 ladlea happened to toe it 31,. W\. I T -'\i Vice-l'roe.
hl ..%..-L Ko1 lir So.


wri room, an(, to snIw wier
" Wa no danger, he drew his hand
i the inake's face. ehoei le
itd head with his tllgers.
i sarke caught one of his linger
W faag. I Ulike ut her poisonois'
, the elaps, instead of striking,
16t like a bulldo Swindler had
e Itfromnhis tinger.
tod him to lee doctor, bLu


hlu/Sio UNPI/N CAVIMt. )pAfNTsv Cvn r Lt?
'" C.oul" cue.e Ftal Act GAINESVILLGE NU
narow Coucty. ior ete sewig Fell apt Wiater aNeleiMs q'

ItI kli:.it tr. "'.: r, n r o .e nea .blest im. the rit, dt sa as Or5ls t p ,l tl.
tIh rley, a !arts ^.iln s f diIt a ls4et.l era (Esltr ee fi;. I I I
i o w.,.< .;, ,,,n. .,y ,; ,e .f 0. w 1KH rio im ais. II !!caim r.m,
ha rver a s ita-31 4resvered srlmve. dt of
Thce b'11^,.,-n l *>1 Ihrt cts rum ny and i rT nv lw
IIlme.g. r r .f t e i 4Ine. Mr. R. P. Nor TI4 I rlIl
*a reCity, a d fsfi | d 1 LUIdBiaA &4
gate, mi.. eal:erAa '1i twIr on,.. 0 0 LhGsI1 A
s b*.Oly ;nk re eaahtel an.' ..tii;,ured. COTAINI5G 0O
The cen. (f the ascideat w a l -'tta.* SOuusle e isa a i
e ct tm)it 1.o0 fet l 'e.p and 100 feel The R h t P i R'N
la helt. t I!*st hai utt hek a m ! at the rd ,f the. cut Ie a !arte vumass .L .i t .lw etrie* .I
of dirt ant ,re had f e n t.W.r 'et .i:r.& i ; e,t t&.tea ti t ll w o. .f #t mvhe
w~~~~~ ~ UT B. 'e ae~a~nn .t. ...- st.Frv-- .. -^_ -" - ^. L-


Mr. Mworan, just arrived, was ti
lag with hi men. hbo were geetl
ready to tove the ore. There a
ive meit best:4.s Mr. Morgan. .V
lltn W\V5 '~ r a miner who stood 8c
the mcuth, e4 the cut. sw a I atk
aI the side wall of the eat and yel
to the mcn to lock out.
Just then thei'lde well tell In, be
lag all atlw inr tCe cut beterth
Mr. 'Whee'ler telephoned at onc
Imerson anil Cartervtlle for help a
soon me a nd physicians were om i
4"eeie working to rescue the men. 74
ty hands from the Keltey and
from the IBartow mine hurried to 1
place and farmers frum around
mine were also there.
After a few hours' work two oegr
*earnet the etge of the cut were
cued. They were alle. but may 4
Their names are Wright ietlner I
Al Buford. The former had one
broken In four places and the lat
had a leg broken In two place.
At 11:50 the body of Mr. Morl
was recovered. It wae ftead
a rather stooping pnoture behind a
partly over a small tre ear. I
tram car was broken to splliter. I
Morgan's body was turrbly erual
and mangled.
The fall of ore ad dirt was w
wao known an a 'sitek Bead." comi
without special cause or- warning,
heavy strata of ore clay above a m
of clay,. and the latter gare way,
former toppled and the whole ie
went down. The falling wall s
the one ,pitosite where the men we
standing. There were 1,000 ti
weight. It is estlmatod, In the m
that fell.
Mr. SMore n was about 38 years c
Ht I avcs a a wife. brother, 0.
Alorgan. of Poston. and a lsster. *M
L A. Fra'ck, w f New York; Ral
Barb.r, the well- known mlagasia w
er, of BoDt(i. ha ihris nephew.
lie came to Carteraville In 1888, s
In 1892: marrledt"-tfl Lsla Calho
daughter of Captaip J. J. Calboun,
th~i city.

Better Than Pills.
The question has been asked-
what way are Chamberlain's Stoint
and Liter Tablets superior to the on
nary cathartic and liver pill* I41
answer is, they are easier and Im
pleasant to take and their effeet
so gentle and so agreeable ti
one hardly realize that is if p
duced by a medicine. Then they r
only move the bowels but improve I
appetite and aid the digestion. I
sale at 2. cents per bottle by all drt
gists.
StrIte of Stone Cutters.
New. 'e i T'r't f touTcyral
t 1 :,. i o aret. I n t rot
tin . ; .*e e r I trike
C* : : .. ur'v ,11 el hrl etC(
; ' : . ';. e. ih .l: er ey Cv
:,, t:' : ,' f4 t


C a. .wl .1 I i( rtI ..-.The. thr
tiru .'r : wa f ls i(r l').l I, .y fre l



knou I ti-'0i1 nrl tottiy. Tl 4. It
is e;- ;. ted> alt In ,\*mitnrfi" n. r
unit .I' n of thf tel:nul trad



illtn :3 han l.
M Fre Mo Unkow Like Originon
Ca.n n. mer. .1o Cordo. oThe, Pr
& 1H1crs xll factr v, a I st


troup o waseers tpe tI. d the I ir




prknompty rli rly truht re. il. Ma
Is et*IlT ae t ail Iihborho d rally t
ure'. Thme rlnt ac emtilo rement
aioul :1:11 hanItI.

Many Mothers of a Lik Opinion.
Mr. Foilmer of Cordora, Iowa, aul
"One of my children was subject

of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
promptly, always brought relief. hia
lheieame asal do about thtl reme
and want no other kind for their ch
dren." For sale by all druggists.


Consumption can certainly be cured
Nearly all cases in the early stages. Many even when far
advanced. Fresh sir stands lrst. Good food next. The n
medicine to quiet the cough and control the flammation--Ayer's
Cher pectral. AAsk our doors Isadvice. .o


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S Addre JAMES LAWIS 6
Ipl tr>at advertslw


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10 S, 8tar. rfer of thbeloo =
la per mimel In wt world, O
and havpelM Il divide. .
rhe ea.">, I4IeUeal e *in wl
r now i sight on the BIG OtR. ie
'ed of* bodies.
AJays hop b So 014ba t, d
1mg per. elitw..et. Verg dSl a
n now on exhilbtlI ta o the ely
A hibil, o.mmag wi* IiA.gs
tbc We*b s m eity two aln t ofi
as Bosas ow .hipae t 1
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J F. HILL, Agent. JAR M. ORAHM

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Do a etacrs. btinlte bhuletc*. bat a
Tter urcouMnu ot btrs. beakeri. corn
r)ce red on IftaoTabl ter a. sIe's!
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Or ar yfou trylnsti quees~
a little mort Wear out of
that 8utwmer Sut already
looking sedy I
e Better come here aUnd
take a lok at our snappy,

Solls u nd.-Tlld Cloth i.
For FALL and WINTER,
before all the choicest pat,
terns bave been gobbled up,

You can't tell these
clothes from the high-
e s t ,lass merchant
tailor work, because
they have the same
tone and refinement
of appearance--some-
Sthkg not to be found in ordinary ready-to-wear garments.
hy dally with the unknown quantity of doubtful
d pae, when there's the absolute certainty of always get-
ting properly made garments here at the right prices. *
I Lret Ilthle Te oithe Ploture And Other Kinds at $6.50
er t Littlea PriceIs ...... to $10.00.
It is not a question of how little you pay, but how much
yo ge~ for what you pay. That Is the secret 9f real economy.
S"l)wp In and lt as talk It ever."


MARCUS
Outfitter to Particular People.


ENDEL
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


r' vat ,uf t selves
ag dosaisstn o say
*gsMlapo to *ITc thay
v ea r11, 0t l I t s b ou bethe
0,4 truth, I it not
M~HJ lt your" punlel.
iB tS* Slrofl thtt
.it ljxrbm aet toe
W6 on the Som.
.'l .nw Im, 1m ort cln-
ib rise o 3rl .kttwould
b gO ke i r. .Iunder six
0o, Yi thnIklakiH wouId be
"*i UthelcnwuA Wlrt to ive
where U gMat. cou ld talk
ko-l00l0m1 As much as
li^^ to 40 fo the" peopl
Wift ifll U''ndetand how ay
4w of hlatiliy would Interfere
ite o* W ork we tave Just tart.
| t to t 0a"academ *

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pi Bitters.
IVUR AND
V TROUBLE S
i imlt p blpgthe verdict of the thou-
r sm tie robot, aonWn ed and
rr Appk i BItef, write y any et.
4i do' bImandle It, Llnnly

B~ImERS COMPANY,
ro. Me-I.8919PPI. ,
r. I.l.. Oa, o .:a, *


OlDAR KIY 18 LIVELY. P A'a^ ,B '^& ',
Commerce Moving Lively in That RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES.
Town, and Labor is Very Scarce. r AI T U CORRECTLY W1 l'ITN ()POIICIES,
Among the visitors t thicity Wed- Woth of LIBERALITYor P<(i.1 C'ONI i rCT
nWday was Col. Fred S. Oubberly of c a iterstol PROMPT PAYME1'L' or L('E.
Oedar Key. collector of customs of
that part. We cover thres important points andl respectfully
("Cedar Key Is on a big boom now,' solicit a l.are of your bubiuess.
jubilantly remarked Collector Cub.
berly. The commercial condition of
the town Is the best it has been for e Li, A ident and Halt
amyyears. The flhing and oyster ______
ladustri are besy and paying out
lots ofmoney, but the greatest draw- -- Agents for the--
bask at this time Is the scarcity of
o'r exper li "'end labor th i Victor Safe and Lock Company
and oyster business, and those engaged O c3.oi .atin Ob-0o.
Il that business are paying fabulous The "Victor" is the bl.-t safe made, and prties contemplat-
prices. ing the purchase of a safe, or anything In that line,
CollectorCubberly also states that from a box to a bank vault, w ill save money
the New O(rleans-*dars Key steam. by consulting us. Call on or address,
ship la is doing a great deal towards C USHMAN & ILL ,
the upbuilding of Cedar Key. The 0
twimuhbi 0 Alpha" i :nolw regularly Information cheerfully furnished. OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
ebsaged in the service and Is bringing
large earg(oes. This ship arrived In rlVP
Oedar Key Tueeday with a gener al
manlfest, and it was impossible for AT T I IT FOR TEN YEAR.
some llisp to secure a stevedore to
handle the cargo, but arrangement: T he Msn t
ere finally made and the f iegh The Montezu ma Hot
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maloaded.
S Caue of Lockjaw.
Lookjaw, or teOana,. s eaonued by a
baeillui or germ which exists p'entl-
fully lalttretdirt. It is Innaotle so
lOea as exposed to thi air, but when
earried beneath the *linu in wounded
e moed by perch leon eaps or by rusty
alils, tWd wheil the air I xeoladed the
germ i touod to motiVrty and pro-
dame the most virulent poison known.
Thee germr may be destroyed and all
danger of loekjaw atoided by apply*
Ing Ohamberlain's Pain aalm freely as
oon as the injury is re"elved. Pain
Balm its an atlseptle and eans aute,
tbrulsm and like, intlr Io IMl with.
out maturattoaI .n o4t(rd the
l, v or b r.o -, .


At OCALA, FLORIDA.
On the A. C. .. and S. A. L Rye. V, J. SHIPMAN, Propril
None BtIter in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.


ru.An. A B B, F. JORDAN,
ACCIDBET mN
YHINOLDNt?
AND 31T 8COx INSURANCE
PA IBI

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Orbnesgamp Wi
S rw @lgtMnhl e
of t.ala, distric
age lewlaoM ehimn
aUr4ed to tiles city
,where he has beeu
it fireedays on busl.
mo.mbered that Mr.
rrived in the oily
SJa, ilanouneed that
a lWre it th e head.
1ipany for this dl*.
sTrre from Ocala
ihe Wet to Jack-
Ipo s 0 of conferring
S lty b the iatler.
l the srompany has do.
transfer, and will
a days In the store,
istre, recently va.
pwkhtm.
headlIea great many
ked Mr. Lipsoombe
hNaotter. "We earry
%minadred and fifty ma-
| Iatinmee, being re.
| traveling sales-
Sirt ith took. The
eadquaaters here
deal to the 0om.
luappany will employ
s ad handle consider.
,whil he s very food
eeville and its poo.
poily objection he can
1 4 of the street$.
OIly Q(ounoll has be-
I ment in direetlng
Sbe paved, how.
ell*i that this dliad-
iveroom in time."
a pets to remove
I oon asdefinite ar.

I I. Uife.
,.Winlo, Ky., writes,
'I want to tell you I
Snow Liniment eased
or the treatment of
they told me one of
I'qtlrly gone, and the
l d. I also had a
.I don't think that I
yvWi over two months
md(MIed by a friend to
Liniment. The
6 o Crea relief,
uered me sound
a wonderful medicine
Is to sulferinK hu-
t00. old by W.


esof Mora county,
aheen shot and killed
ti said, of a political
lMelndeC z was one of
A dominant faActlon in
tlsa and was widely
the L'11teaa expe
i'Cilanee Anbcni sgnoed
treaty without
i the necreaary pcrmni.
SChinese govennitent.
, these dispatches say.
I;rat hardshlps in Its
Wg dispatch says that
IB of the police depart.
Dlute dental of the xtory
to. on the authority
CIlpeOM that an attenipt
bIlow up the train on
' Nildolas waa traveling
0l(tl visit to Southern
l Wade. the rftqlring
the Philippine divalons.
O, the transport 'Th ma2
; Manila dispatch. Pcnid-
SLof Major General ('or-
ISts to the command of
atjfor General ILonard
Sat commandltni sgner-
all rtnn waltt. the on;y
aet omeali rn.;i:oyEc! ly
Ite govtrinrin.t. Is etrl


HIAVY TAXl RISEEIPTI.
Millions Paid In at New York City In
SOne Day.
Now VYrk,. tIt t .-All records for
the atmuouit of tlax, .. Paid to the city
in on' day Ihavi Just (lucn IuLrp&fei,
TIs.to. w o, went t the tax receiver'
of11io In p', I .-in Wocr( -) o eagir (hat
oftlnlt! aplo "o-1'!!t lh lp I!''en to h(Ad
Ultittl FIA i V Oir ) III.';> i w, TIn,.
Thi c' rlt).tr.c y aly nearly 1s5,000..
000 utalthlir whee omn c saurs wore
over than it had beea In the mvorulng.
It tl thtouht the total reelpts were
not far from twenty illliuts. The
largest amntiults recaved epue bronm
the New York City Railroad company,
and from the Vande.Hbllt allyl. which,
bstwuntivl to $100,00o( eacl.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
No one who is acquainted with Its
good qualities san be surpriee ast the
great popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It not only oares
colds and grip nlefuually and perma.
nently. but prevents these diseases
from resulting in pneumonia. It It
also a certain cure for croup. Whoop.
Iog oough is not dangerous when this
remedy is liven. It contains no opium
or other harmful subltanee and may
be given as confidently to a baby as to
an adult. It is also pleasant to take.
When all of these facts are taken In to
consideration It 1i not surprising that
people in foreign lands, 4a well as at
home, esteem this remedy very highly
ard very few are willing to take any
other after having once used it. For
sale by all druggists.



Mathushek Piano,
30.TED FOR NWEETSENit AHN P' KI.
TT OF TONE, POWER AiD
DURABILITY .

amt piano for tbil trvL-a eumate. stard. In
tune loorer than others, ooraruoted
best Iateria.b. and most artistic
woramatubiU obtainabie.
Up to date a every
detail and L'-
.ialeid.
Sold by os continuously for
OVER THIRTY- TWO YEAIS
without a single failure. If Von
want a piano for a lifetime's
service buy the

Mathushe k T7
Ptees as low as Is. conaitent with iquallt
Cash or on easy terms. Sent on 18 days'
trial We ptar freLbtL. Writo
to- IrCee% TODAY.


Ludden & Bates
Southern usic House,
SAVANNAH, - GA
JOHN 0. MURPHY, Mgr.
ESTABLISHEI) 1870
GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
TAM'A, FILORll&.

REPUBLICAN

National, State and Congression-
al Ticket 1904.

Presidential Electors.
I F. IufTumn-Franklin county.
(Gei. K. lbIbinison--Marion county.
0Go. II. Holnmes -Brerard county.
I. A. W. \\'rndell--tiadd.n county.
A.\ CM Iilath ii-.\lachon a For I;ovi.rhor-- lin,. M1. I. a McTar-
lant, Iilll i'orr
.ue tar) o: S.lat,.-.Ttle i I ulorr,


'ear Hinuove:. pa arI l lMoi rur
I r 1:7 year.i Mr.. (Grern. .\ttcr ) -' r:'i--i rdt U. t'ultbber-
I on hew h!iuslbaull'. fa:n .
It non reconr of weu th,,- ,; u ir- ,I. I. > i"(|< l'urlk
k wal regardlc. b. l 1 TIh rn,, r--- 1. I:rl-.frl lit!'
Fk culnty t an antl t;,< ,. rint i Il t rI- e.
m Waltl was pr t ,o \ N,. t '.
ileunce r 'lub if \...l i. ( ; I,,n,,, ;, r ,, .;.n:rW,: ,lr,5-- .i
u of The Irth anil I S.
*or Th ReI h 1 4A liv.li) i ';,l,,:
rwo From Death. 1: ... i
40augm.tet iund an'alnl.t t . '.. ,r t.in o 1
whooping eoKh ao i t rsl i'ar ; tijo rrt .t
Irt Mrs. \V. K. [afi- h (':r- .
h "Y, "but. whei Il ,r
lea i iledl, Wt. avcl h II

I and today se is p*
| b'Daperate throat aied ;tui'n"y l'u'. r'' .
ld to Or. Kina's New ,,. c 'r. itrtJ. 1.
ao other medicine o t hn.iy raL- L ..
for eough l d cols i Trd (ogre4oi sal i,: triet-L. .
o agimd b. Ware, Whigto
WW" l g no Ware, Wuhilugtmn.
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Jacksonville and Nw
Calling at OIIARLWBTOW. 3.'9..b"'
nho rrct tuasmuusiV t is.two
Clyde New England and 8o
Direati serv S Between JA40SOOVLLJ.
PROVIDWOIB and All Ia~tem 'tsw
Oalling at Charlateo both ways.


sBarcxt-- n-oBacxr a ArT.Tyrces
South bound ........... .......... ...From Lewle' Wharft BeSl
korthbound.................. From oot of Catherine st., JoklMllh

Clvde St. Johns river LineL
EIBtwwet JACKrUONVILLIr dand SiANIOIRD,


ara, hais 2Jb miles railroad. )S topping at Palatha, AAtor. 8t Franies Benretrd (DeLand), anl Ia Ogil
2l3l lie ch roaed, t Ilutofphate,, Landingd on t, Johns r Riverr
, 1it., 2. saw. mills,. $;.,'n court Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
hiue, lic. rne wotpap.r, 1ad pro- Leaves Jacksonville 8:80 p. m. Sunday Tue days and Thuredaya.
tlii rr,, .otat ot. ince, s rl Leaves Sauford 8:80 a. m. Monday, lednesdays and Fridays.
oat. rye, tato. pialr Is appoInted to sail a followo:
fitBu''. tinetit plars. plums,. iou- shoundboumd'Ur f
anIIA., ntld till kidl s of tv'egetabli. Heuldown.
Leare 8:80 pin.......... .........Jacksonville............. tAri
nes8:ill he Cun Sm ................... ...............
inesville, he I na............. ........ Astor ................... .
ns Itee 4:t Iu am ......... ...... t. Francis ..............
hut, t,. .. .... ....... .B reiford (Del.and). ..............
li, ourtin i churches, two public Arrive :3J s ...... .. ........ S afford ..................
eol, tr lst Florida eminary, 10..0 an ....... .. Entrpris ....... .....
'nei a ld at i ,l '', th a GENERALL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE,. 1M W. BAY ST.. JACKSOfVItl
V'riit q, Stj tt'% ll d t[t t'h th l 0h lMl41A 'lA
water. lr, a arm ytemn. electri M I('NMON(;EN, J.. At (;n I'J. A.t.. El Wet Il..|tAe.2vlelk .
stld gal liglhit, twr ic. fsetorier, W (;. % C(t'. B. Jr.,Vrql*bt Airen-. C. ,LO tVIl. 7uerintlU1ae,
InlHCimi lt' Iolloli, ti ht. nwooid f Aiiti- loVut of Itolwan troet. Jaekomrrle. e ,
1o C c H1A(;VRTV. ri,4., c..ttoi mgill, two 1mo( factori.,I'. l.). GL EUER, ,IVM P. IoN'D r 4
thrcv. railroadtt, two fertilizer ana-l tieneral Manager. General Agents.
1factluringK coulnpanll ",nlt lib ir Cihesero mranufartory. one re etiiyia g toir ..... .. .....
penti ne plant, two nk atnk. at ri 1
strCi id tores embraVing every. n Us f
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cITY AND

C ONDENSED

-M d Isttrut Oath.
p w lo portm

w *OOIAL ITCMS
dand What is Going
sn Short Paragraphs
b WRio Runs May Read"

e Iu.
-Ma a HUI.
f Nor ale at The Sun
ndrflifl Salve for sale
. Co.
Oanville atop at the
Opin, beat meals. tf
'skenr of Roehelle was
Itra to this lcty yester-

Nie of High Spring
plele with a visit yeater-

is lesue of The Sun of
|1. Leave at this of-
of High Springs was
M e In this city yes-

wr rooms with bath
improvement. Apply
HI reet. d2t
J. N. Parton of Bron-
Ity, was among those
OvIlle a visit yesterday.
eaMklln Thomu of Ala-
1K.' Lewis of Bell were
Orts to this city yester-

i of Bell. A. H. Simmons
ftiman of Alachua are
iday or two attending

ifreh supply of vege-
se. Bear this in mind
I. 0. V. 'cKinstry,
hnatlht and daughter,
loding a few days in
Sguests of J. J. Barn

en of Uraham, mem.
*of Williamson Bros.,
isores operators, was

s oIng e e for doe
* Witer will lad It to
l elllt at thliealnatville

0o nioely furnished
aObvMnlint Inlatinn In


Imrs with eC h l lUsm wiOh ChleMMalnJ e 1 WtN",W Mr. d M s.. i, a tr IIaieg
G, It. it evet of High b wrl lS was For lts- lc e.od-ha; Deemor disddd to lml' become uid.eil i
ranoatll lbuslnescltln his city leter- trpewrlter, Will be sold Oehlp. A-p slavllle,' re Oo 0elmoljbliI
my ply at dun ote., f ch ead p. Ap Wldaael no l y I. .Ml
Col, J.ohn H Dell of Halgue was Jesse I. Gritffltn progreive plante Ornae sltet. Priddswill big*lad to
anretting bt.,ines in tlils city yes. and all.rouaed good cltiten of Jon"-. weleomo them bea k caclS. Mr.
rdtay vwlle, wi l trading i the eity yester- Abrams will be employed as bookkeep
Mi.te Alic Ca:o, a charm n young dy. or by W. R, Thomo,


Slady <(i .3ti'1ioly. was 11 opping in the
oily y.t:trnlay.
Fvr I.,.nt--I!tre t.,yal Coik fornner.
ly oecuphled. Address Tlii ulim V. alor-
ter. Jacksonvlle.
New Wheeler & Wilson 41ing me.
ahine cealoapfor aur*. lall uh or ad
dremI this olfce. dawtf
Mesdamea Thomas and Huntof High
Sprigs are in the city, having been
summoned here on court business.
For sale-Ninerofom residence and
lot, twno lock. from square. Terms
easy. Sol Warren. O(aineville, Fla. 8t
Isorn Walker and Chat. Fowler of
Bell were among those who favored
the county capital with a visit yester-
day.


If troubled with a weak digestion try
Chatniberlain's Sitoma.lh and Liver Tab-
les. They will do you good. For sale
by al drug Kesi.
All partly winhluair ,ft real r do.
mali aeI this winter will etd Ha t to ir
dtrante' to all at the ulGamvlle ul tes
C.'s *mre at eoe.
D M. Gornto, a prominent attorney
of Stark, is registered at the Brown
House. He came on business eo-
netted with the court.
G. L. Carter of Valdosta, (Oa., It In
the city In attendanee upon the court.
Mr. Carter is engaged in the timber
business in that State.
We have justireceived a new supply
of tlIho*. fresh Coutry eons. How
many dozen ean we send you? C. V.
McKlintry, 'phone p1.
J. H. Prator of M3loanupy, mayor of
that town and one of its most pro.
gryssive citizens. was a visitor to the
eouuty capital yesterday.
Deputy Sheriff L. E. Story. of Wind.
sor, one of the inost efflalent officers in
the employ of the county, was In the
eity on business connected with the
court yesterday.
Bir. 11. llDutton returned yesterr
day to her home in this city, after sev-
eral months spent in Europe and New
England. The numerous friends of
thls lady will gladly welcome her re-
turn.
Joselih SManasse departed yesterday
for Atlanta. where he went to meet
his wife, who has been visitiog friends
and relatives in Memphis, Tenn.
Friends of Mrs. lanasie will welcome
her home again
H. W. Simmons of Bell, one of the
progressive young planters of* the
West IEnd, is in the city on business.
He called at The S ni offnl.e yesterday
and had his name enrolled upon the
sublcriptiou light.
(i,:ar;l l Hlyals. the merchant of
Windsor. wa in the city on business
yesterday. Mr. Iyale was for some
time' employed aR salesman by tie
Baird Hardware Company of this city,
and lris many friends here.
Mrs. W.I. Hill and her interesting
little stn,. Robert. returned yeIter-
day from Cumberiand, Md., where
they hav- been visiting relatives for
the past three montl.e. Friends are
delighted to see them here again.
Atmuii l thei romtient visitors to
this city ii Col. A. V. Lug of Starke,
one of the leading attorneys of this
section 1Co Il.ong, not withstanding
that lh is yet a young man. haa rep.
resented his people iu the Legislature
of Florida, and has proved himself
competent and worthy in every way.
He is now attending the present ses-
sion of the circuit court.

REAP THIS.


t'one Motinstry to lend you up a
supply of those ilne torille and o few
quartsof those erilp snap beans for
dintier today. 'I'thonu I4.
J, (. Long of button, a prominent
phosphate man of thatleOtion, was
among the business visitors to this
city yesltrday, While here hab had hi
nanme placed on the subsrliption list
of The Daily .unp,
Parties wishing good, cheap work
nock., mules or horeps, will do woll to
*wit for Snowden Edwards' earload
which will arrive bout Otober 8.
01d Tennessee Sal tibable, Wast
Main attrei, 8. Otd-2tw
Among the prominent travellng men
and good friends of The B in a the city
is J. anbergo tiSavannah,repreeatlag
ustarv Eaketenl & Co., dry goods, Sav-
annah. He is one of the mo t suaPea
fal "boys" who come this way, enjoys
a fne trade, and his friends are always
flad to ee him.
After a brief visit to friends i lthis
city Chau, H. Breedlove, formerly o
this city, but now holding luaratlV
position u solletting talent of the
aouthera Expres companyy wiltb had
quarters In Lakeland, has returned to
his home. His old friends hee were
glad to see him.


Among the visitor to this elty who
have aeeoalpllahed a gret deal l ther
development of the naval store lteor-
eato Is J. W. Townsend of Lake But-
ler. Mr. Townsend oonduets exates
liv eteabllshments at lltvernid., oa
the Oeklawaha river, and Norwalk, oh
Lake George, 8. Johns river.
nr1IIEIL uMINAIT s E2 E MALL.
our best o qua ha,,,...1. 01I*
Our hbet 80e q;at h r
Our best e qll Mty hr.
lOrnitg a aeheh.-ds wi
OKI *a
Mr.. V *. +.... N < i i,. ,I9! '


NeAw York




Racket.

CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH.


Elegant Line of

Ladles' Skirts

Just in from factory. The
prices range from $1 up
to $U.50 each. They are
cheap enough and swell


enough for
tidious.


the most fas.


I laUt Liberty t reet, U 11111 UII
rloee. tf is to .crtify that one bottle of thel
'T.xar \t W ilder, Ilall' Great Dlicovery, in up-to-date line of kattan
AIaand I. 1. VWlkersto, ha, c ~,r.'i my wife and my.elf of kid. and quarterisawed Oak Hooken
I itisoens of W\indeor, y, y ,;adtr and rheumatic troubles. just in. The styles are elegant
I ewhocanse to (aine's- a,(rl !;i, m, 1 ci,,rfu'ly recomiuntnd it anti prices right. Don't fall to
I Yesterday. to tl e I'u K. -1w see them. We carry a full line
It W. I. Grahamof the of Furniture and sell the same
aie Company, with head- (TE C X W DE (trap for CASH.
ja, has returned to his A TEXAS WONDER.
brief ofolci! visit h-erc. 1)11 ina.l bottle of thl' Tl'ia Won-
egetables of all descri.- der. ii;:'i. ir-at Iicuc',ry, cures all
Seery. at our store. l 0.rs dIgilt>It' sI'-linal emiLs-
i U.e 'ph.,ni. ai'. V. ia t .laml e ba.-k, rLeuma-
irdiand K. Kiuseof tist. a;; irrcgu;.tit t.- kid- Youf Money Goes a Lon W 8
N in the employ of thi ney w,, Iiiaddetr in toth Iil and
In tLhe employer o the'. won' r,,i;At,', n ha.r troubles in at Our Store.
I among, l the vnter4' dt- chidr. I!f not A)id I'y yo,'lr druyggit,
i a o t e will viIi. ,it ty mtail '.o rec.eipt of 1 .; .
.(ne -ia.n bittl, t i. ltwo ll l ntlih treat
surveyorfor the ('Cum- mienl anI ed f peret a
pany, lha arrived ill ure I'r Erii-t W,'. 'sole manu. I
Manatee River set.- factllrr t'I Mo, t i I. 1 1
ebneen gaged pro- end for testimni.t'lM. Sld by ll
p1111t few weke, drugiota. I
d rulgi..;l. **. *' i :*^a ^^ .i. t~ a^


8. M. Richardson of Trnaler was In
the city yertrdoy on bueionel con.
Sated with the school bsard. Mr.
Rlehardsonl Is employed a0 ealsesa
In the tore of W. H. Trailer, Hi wei
formerly of Levy county, whe#r le
held a poaUoin Ia member of ,th
saheol board for mnuaty yee, Mo i
witl veried ini hool work.


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tei Use.
pithfa SiM'


Areb AvrietU f Newberrr, whoi Tie
Sun mentioned la Ite lue of the (th lakb I
lent. as havlag decided to rue for the
oloe .of Juatice of the poese ofr owew.
berry distris slt sthe regl tlular L:
Demaoralle nonlaee, state that slsieLj
paper wa mistake who is Itted that
he espeted to Ps the vo et me l a d
depesdeontl, epobllea miad elees.;
Mr. Awrie ltt tates Io at the petoll
presented to the comlay eomnIe1-e.
en akle that hIL ame be pleed Is
the tiel was eglned by a m ibeir of
the best and moet eo0cereatlve Oacl* rl,
6oerat ln the eoalay, ad ler were '*
ao Independeoit o'r BREbld'ea, r
the list. It w0s purely DeioaratlM UI F fi
petition, ad he expeen to -p lsip
number of Dimoeantle votes 11 Mw
member.
RKPUISLIOAN .PCAKttPNI .
Heons M. MaeParlied. 4, . s
Oh y "and Oh o to h e Heres
The peopleof this e101tie ll U be|
(aered lsateday with the preee
Hea. M. B. MaUrrtlad ts R oe%0
publioa eadtdas for got eror, sa
oai. J. M. Ohanc of Orlagdo, e
pub Ieam dletor lfor Ooer, Iei
cad diatriet. who will iddiesA the p00
pie n the ise of re day fron t i
public stulan pelt at lisaIto le.hig
the e oot r

palteraot oeo|esaee, shoire .te
doubt be a good atber and
prmeot may haeor omotht i al Itof
cit. .. iM,


Other prromlmc *as lHl3epw -- tiot
called in Ue samspeI am ..p...I
to iddree the *edlil. bl:at at-:
rate the amnetla parmill to be
lively oaB, well attedled.
in th9 Mapeec O@ept.
BRaoe0 B0uater Nro. cad higl
lateiOs, two yatiatul el.iia htoy,
lnatlted spem throwlAg ) *l ,
other sad happeuI to tpw(he
Iag pedesmrta T uladty eMoe, tli y
were mrteled ad pMl I t d
ail. The yoUeg Bielar te sere p
reigned btefre Meror Thentas Waied
anbht aspaians d t o e:tylOd
lure by te4 mIor, I awhkic le d
them to go aid s ao morn, ok edU
each of the defoIdanta Il &ad -
which wa n pad ld ter w ?y MrlJ d.

0or bet eq"laity r, .......fe
Oar etal e4I Mlty fIr ........-e

11 1 .. . .


will meet at Johan'oa lhHU IRflglhl
at o'elok. Allaresordially rlted
tbo tied.
S 8. B. t.WiP.L, Oh'.
J. W. O As, ee.
WaterNotte.
To city water oeasnmen: You
water rent for quarter *edlng Dreeps
ber lot, 1901, le now dusand payble
at this oalc. If not paid on or lbfoes
October 10th. 1904, your water supply
will, without further notice, be dil-
continued. Fee for turning ona lln
St. ty order of City Council.
J. M1. DUt.L,
(ily Olerk and Treaurer.
Gainesville, Fla., October 1, 1904.
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The Gainesville

Undertaking Co.


Carry Complete I.ine of
Caskets- and Coffins

Plaldst to Flinast rices to Salt
EXPERT FUNERAl DIREITON
radele al metal lower etlr (. uut-flwers
4a ornler, teolori"er.* imtlI etllOar imt' for
mJlnilrar ur 0nr oa l nle.' Huow. rwoom Oad
ototbnr ii rllird ld AtlKh'd o( lilee.
I Mu* o 5*i 4 eotttl(l Wb aeeI o e i
BROWW IHOUat CORNER StOK E.


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CHOACB IMADS. OAKgla a '',*
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setC of r .
Saslf.M a


Why Not Leamr to Spak pllaqeih
You can euro 0iop of' tUh a
edition of booklet etltltledb. "Wt. :
Bay in SBpallh and How to ry It,"
"ending two iat lan poitan g to
Lesahy.dlvtl pLMneae gea
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woptta M the ship was
SMir e ed of Invettlga.
Sam nprtat arrest In the
t $4rlaeTl. rollof cr.dady







oe el at o me patriotism laof
tie Ptoyts to protoot the 6onotl
Sa mAn who atide e hed been a
M wkman l the t yrd was arrested.
.. le srelst tcad unusual oxtexltemolnl
i* threat of siemary punishment
S iwre baade,. althoughh laIte Iti was
Sz wad that tilhe :tr wa nmportmt
*,',*&A III a a eou manarth




*pnM tm or.etr ats.e by the mariei
"M iarndteadt S. to AasMt out without
d iftge WWtI"t,..B es ea of thri tsta ow
Sader aner sand birot him before
Cejpisliln HcNtphilL. Severe qutnnjqm.
TteI Int e ht athe tatoelcot that his
*' pil liw a fi lam Carey, 3p years old.
a I tait h* had be ths machlanit i:
tn. ,l> a r Yaprd l ato ntoyed OB the
1 liMehip indiean for t o last eight
tAltb ic He i gve the nae'e aof hi
laa, ro but the latter could not Idea
SttytUm anl the mia nfwa ejas.O'ciC'tn.
Sleemnoaoutly from the yard.
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member
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li* the -5rtdts


Hanging In Pennsy;vnnla.
itishngton. Pa Otr. ,--Jaale Ca'.
AIenf a sIoto. t.at ban;e,l-4l'e texta
tP the minrdtr qt alo.sa Itay. A so at
mo, Iat Weat, Washlngtclr :' t FIr'o-
i.'. Hatsy's tl'ge:l intimacy wl':;
ailT. "allthat. 'rho ~s a wht:, wtomatn
fromi :KCntitahy. was the Cal:3' of the


S Coert Added to Sentorcr.
*'Coniai>a. (C. Oct. .-At 8oe'
'Ats, dut'rta th- 'time ona of ,ture.)
'rattimt .Vaisahbitr,1, ,. man, we a f1oa.
1'wt +t:tymi(.loo ,f'4l s i(.y.,r+Z: iwo,:',


th UiWs elis saPe Iou


?i 5p0 po e mr l *ad fot isk*


I wi lOlowys. .e ,
TIMl 1em4snm r i e will opf fnori

ite sewMs i A sthr ati. sad fIm
a spat apps O will be well Sitbl,
a s sMp b shalredy ta" s then
'oM.e a a rlyW i she som ge.

OJ 0 Caildwell ha MIoured
imh M lonh.
Mis l)lle Qorpew left for Bell a8d
MUi 3 lsed Robason for Irerbaklh
b rg*Adetro eweasr, to wnlsh phimo
the nMaeappoln4 i t u, -
MJr. 0, asm s of author m wa
h s !elipr of hbe mother blaJIw during
iN U s 4 t
MIL. Aimk le( Meadtoay fo It,.
Xdssi M a deleg of KItby mlth
OlMpr,1. V. D.C. MI Ivor Aymeek
*ill wish her a far a Whisvllo,

i amewirhool term brlls fjonr"e
dyplsqte;llo sOetis. As Amorlea
By liSir over the doonrwa nreed
*D ale)vl ad patrols who *otsea4d
h4hrreen-, s wh' liwen opened
S. W.i BaldwiS, the priamlpa,
ih.i friew tmll i rmaror, followed
Ft pwlrsadl shia(i. tapervtslor 0.
P, Hatlm1 foulowrd with a shore
eah Os the wbholars. As a lrat.
In* y of tI, eldua k s re still needed
l heI lis eottre plokln, oia, o wolmn
tDrleh mbOollsr attended the opening

lb wm friide spt of sho fealily of
labsh PIntn will be sorry to har tof
I dLeah of their littler eon, Purley,
rWhah oMuriede o ,latoruday might.
DOTS PROM DONNIE.

Oabatin*M Sloeity Hold Interesting Soe.
olei-Mees of Personal Interest.
IDnil. 00t. f.--Mr. and Mn. W. 0.
iOl.on., who have spent vefrl weeks
on the Oalf coast, returned home
Wednesday '
W'e, in eonmoan with other setions
of the. eouaty, m :rst complain of a
soareity Ef ootton picker.
Friak UarLlita I off to Willietn on
buClne. in the true s*rse of the word.
Alexander Trammell of Geneva Ala.,
is vtiitna his ancle, D. T. Tnramell.
J W . hiver of Sumner s* still vidi
Itine the fsmlly of oosph Starlin.
Rev. W. J. Martin attended the or.
dlnanee of baptism on Sunday moran
lag at (hte olpriP .
Le s1sps rwelved from E. S. Collips,
who Ut atenrdlgR the Gselorgi-a.aLlbam
OolltseI Mauooa brings the Informa-
tion that h ll doing nicely.
Oalvnlo Hudon will lovi Fri4ay for
Wllllsoan. Dovo and Sdfber, where h
will be gone everaln weeks viiting
fTiends and relatives.
The debating Doty at Union Grove
is beonnlug ofa i interest. Tbh
question Saturday teniag wa* "'e.
solved, That woman has done more for
th up io o he upbu g of eUnited State
than man." The affirmative asa rep.
resented by UMime BaSher rutleCdge,
Alice Love. Berths Love nd Alphia
Oolln, while the negativ was d.
ended by Messne. hel'on Colton. Will
Butlege, Carl Drommond and Frank
Rutledge. A spirited contest and
much oratory, but the decision wa
rJdered in favor of the affirmlaive.

HEAVY TAX RECEIPTl .
Millions Pa;d ir at New York City In
One Day.
Nesw V'r:. Oct r.- AU! rt',rdls for
the anM<,u;'t <-f tax('.. tl.i|+ to the cit?
ha tr' :a v la 'e jInt b a surJphasp.
~Tho* de ee In person were I> Crag, Omclarl lppfalewl to t i tmIckq to hi l
Tfe' cit rlte tury as nearly *1;,nn..
50o wtea|lralr when1 oflule. urs wero
*oer tha It bad bws n I.the mornig.
It Ila thtnaht tite lorsal ntDere
IM tr foara twenty mtBiloa,.; Ttl



SEMON DAY OF



Only hTw 0Or ,ipoad o
thr 'Salop WdMay.


ORAND


JURY IS AT .


right In Thre Oases of True iSU
and Three of No.Sllts-lndat.i!M
Are Tha, tho Term Will be a LngA
One--ttled Down to Susinels.
The eeoad day of tbe fail term e
fhe lallPooan convened at f o'alol* ~
Wedawtday moralng. His Honor Jud
Iills presidis.
The acloat wasa rather quiet oa8e.J
oaly two sasM barlng come up fo
trial. 'thew ase were as follows
elisahbth B Flke vs. Jame M..
B o, aaumpol,, daimgO M00. Jury'i
wal called and sworn, testimony tar
oam, ad averdlet In the sum of O :Q
rendered.
Florida elrtililer Manufacturilg
Oompoay se. Ohas. E. Johnlna, M ..
ismpelt. Jury elled and sand worn, am
s bmiltted, sad a verdlot"turned toar
Ie plotlgl. of 017T.00.
A The glud Uryt which had got down
to work nla the afternoon, brought lu i a
port to the eourt, whibh showed that
three train bills and three uo-bills had
been the work of the afternoon.
The enartadjourned at 5 o'clock ua.
ll Son'oloek ThurMday morning.
The following are the juries which
have been drawn OGrand Jury-A. J.
Fertri, foreman; B. F. Thomu, John
Sherouse, L. B. Loag, fonatolo San.
ehes. J. R. Colson, T B. Huorn, R. E.
Johnson. W. Jackson, L. P. Tillman,
0. 8. Cuamberlaa. II. I.. Perrymnin,
C0 0.Roundtre, lasae T. Guinn. A.
R. Kelley, 0.. Bennett, S. RIt;t
ledge, J. MN.Turner.
SPetit jury. fist week: L. ('. Smith.,
A. J. DaCosta. J. S. Goode, J. W. Al.
asp, N. W. Malphurs, J. (. Harrold,
H. 0. Brown. C. J. Mixson, T. E.
Brown, H. U. Kennard. F. Thlomr .
Jonathan Manning.
Q OPE HAPPENINGS.
School Will Open Next Monday-Notes
of Personal and General Interest.
Hope. Oct. B -We are having some
real pretty weather for gathering corr
and cotton. Corn erups are very
good. Cotton hs been injured a great
deal by cterpillars.
J. W. Sherouse and 1: lE. Jol;:,or"
have gone to Oanelvilie this week to
attend court. S. D. Tillnans went
also.
The young folks of this place hain a
leo eream supper last Friday night at
Will Beckham's. All who attended
report anioe time and plenty of ie
cream.
Mrs. Tommie Lou Johnsn is visit-
1g Mnk R. E. Johnson this week.
All of her friends are glad to see her
boek agalh.
'We are orry to note that Mn. A.
Prie*, near here, is oi the sick list.
Her friends hope to see her out again
eoon.
This community was made lad by
the sudden death of Mrs. Susie Till.
man, wife of 8. 1. Tillman. Notwith-
standing her health has been very bad
for several years, her death was very
sudden. She was taken ill nt the
breakfast table and died in a fr-w nin-
utes of heart failure. Site leaves a
devoted husband. ontr *t' r Kn Rian one
daughter, and a host oi frieti.ld to
mourn her death.
Mrs. Florence Wolfe is visiting her
parents for a couple of weeks. Hler
friends are glad to welcotim her again.
Nathan Price of Melrose lost Ihis lit-
tle son last Sunday.
School will start next. 1londay under
thr management of Mliss .ottiesTeeter.
principal. and MiN( Willie Mlse MeIn-
tohl*, aietant. It is to be hoped that
we will have a good anrd pirospero'*
school this term.

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KWIU Cmi 3a*.n Oru4 Jury.
7941 0 WILL 1 U AOTHY
tate's Ateorn, Oa&loun ODa larel
Thior Will b" Pron Poty.PIvo to
Pfy f, C om, Ieore trand dury,
WMjIe O er Doeakeil Are Lara.
T hi f(ai rm of tsh eloulst soart
fre Aleba sNounAy, Ipha, V udilal
Olsesls *av*d lan ths ele aot 1
'0loIk satnis moperall, eon. J. T.
W!il, Jdge pmredl~a la the hair,
4 *aik0 lfiolli*ltsoralho* v pitont.
The IMoalof |the ou ar will be at.
eadd hble fall with oeiWerable In.
snq*, sM Ne a rt a"ss y asea of
paitVli lmportroe will be ar.
m4sed, The probeoiltile are tb
tihe oeslt will be well asseeded by
oentl *ttosee from I a r etitl
4ad loelitle, muarl of whom have
beo emptoped in te mwomlag before
he doeteteland as follow i Thial
docket. 4O wm s; lalm due*e, 2 oane
1pel doeke(sl asn eas; criminal
doet. c1 es.
f0 theulmiaal eae four are for
atlo ag liquor Ina r ateay oe ot for
aiterdh no for usult with laten to
lrer oie for larOeay sad four for
pitio reo er boad.
asie Solliitor Oahaona of Palatka
taMe Tudesy that from present ndi.
*al@e0b this would be a leathy enm,
torein a period' of aboot three
wek Ailde from the ase. already
doikotl, tlhoe will be trot forty-Oe
i. fl slami e toeom up for, the oald-
l of the lrnd Jero warth wt ould
rael thi t body mor than a week to
dispose of On of the pot impor.
tant i that of eon. W. N, Holloway,
bahr. lhouom feels will require
Sotelportof twode.
S5T day was p*amtd. Tu- dayr In or-
iadit the Oeart ai d Jaries. The
sen will as dowa to bmtos' today,
sda odr dg Wlli and solitelor Calboun
wi(U puh matters sad edeavor to
wind up4he tens as woon a poMsible.
S"Ibellliev* on folks i Alaehuasoun.
ty have a moet li atllent lot of in.
habitatt" remarked Sliclitor Cal.
booa. "'arsl yeer had one of the
mest latellipas grand Juries it has
eer been an privilege to meet, nd
It neem that (am going io be favored
with the ame kaid of an aggreoatiun
thti term, It ls indeed a pleasure to
be isolated with suoh ge.tlemen of


REPUBLICAN


S v orsTL Ntional, Statelnd Congression.
0: VO: M kest Mate. al Ticket 1904.
wisth the pla ts ou* reidential lectors..
i hSi MaS e .oa W. 0 7 I. lrum-Franklln county.
i 01 t. he ntIn,'L Ge,. K, Bobinson-Marlon county.
i I :Gleeah nnk Goo. fH. Holmte -Brevard county.
Meae fIjewa House 0. A. W. Wendoll-Gadsden county,
Swl rom A. M. Oehnmsa-Alahus soouny.
RI 0 ~i aa 1 f sand blhilr For ovoeorr-Hos.. M IfB. M ar
S oBealry. laeAsn Hll#boro.
ai s seesiobed by qores of Stle-John F. Horr,
il.easl.sg porsiarity of onroe.
Sudoer the msas. Attoerney-Genel-Fred C. Cubber.
*a tb l Ai iBon, Whra Ij. iAv..
W 0p0ad ahama ao the hostelry a Coiptrollr-J. L. Skipper Polk.
thra. t l o t aSl? It' Tranurer-E. M. Breleford, Dade.
e s the' b t, *but the Soperlntendens of Publio Instros.
4i41ar1 ti sa e thai the tloa--W. R. O'Neal. Orange.
ie me a popular re ort, Commlssioner of Agricuiture-J. 8.
SiM anlv hundred dollar par- Rowiley. PtP nm.
l rth alteration, refurnlsha. ioil Commissioner H. J.
1 t,, wis the Ut raaj that tby Rlhht 8 1h Johns.
es dlppoieed, as tray. Ju$tWeupvme'ourt for term of
Swill'"Ju11'lJp" Jo ditale six tearst-W. 13.Sheppard. Esoambla.
r e 0r.R have 0 plesanlt Sunday Jutjtges 'Supreme Court-(). S. Farr,
Tthe pper hanger, will Hillsboo.
v orf lttrlng the new halie 0, S. Adams.,Dural.
Si.0 tt'e style n of which will E.P. Ate;i, Dural.
I"d ha moct el In t el to n ty Congressional Ticket.
anya si hotel lu tle canonry.
SFinrt Congressional Dictr.et-E. R.
Nw Night Okficer. (Ouaby. Hillsboro.
SJha. W~rresn, well known in this I Scond Cotrees"onal District'-J. IM.
lty,1 Isabca appointed. nlaht pollcR C(heneJ. Orange.
iaBt, ve Polaeman Wm. Cromwell, Third Congresional Distriet-L. A.
Iteigae Mri. rWarren is ever on the Ware, Washington.
alert' d will no doubt make the e tty ..--.--- -... ... .
aI M esolent and o onervative orlioer.
tHe Mlsumed htl4tIles hasturday night. I
OroksaInto His Hi ouse
Let r in a of at ,arfetsidl, Vt., was
of, his stto aTry health byj it
;:o shrnak isatdlbatin. e WIh P


HARILE8 BLUM CO.,
WDEAL I.--


aid Llqmorn
.o, 617.519 L
SAY STREET,
(K lJACKSONVILLE,
O GO FLORIDA.

AgInts for fabst Ilhukm' inr.
E':xrort, r bbl, 10 itdo. $11: per dos. $1.65
Blue iit)uu, per bIbl, u des. $12; per ioi 41 50
Jung'r Cinennati Rld Hurt leer,
Pfer bt), 10 dos, O9 per doa, St. |
1 1 1. III ] I 1 1 I I I 1
We pay freight or express charges
on the following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ r.
I2 full quarts ........ 7.,
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Ofd:
Sfull quarts ........ 4 0(,
1i fall quarts ........ 1 c
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bttleti In BSed 'ader 0lertmentl Muperrviolo.
4 full quarts, del .... 4 n,
1 fll (jl quarts ..... ..
19 full quarts ...... .I 7:-
BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
Years Old:


4 full quarts
; full quarts
12 full quarts


SHEIIIAN CLUB:
4 full quarts
i full quarts
1I full quarts


S8 20
.4 50
. 00


. .. . . 75
.. .... 4 0


We ae tfalhrs in everythiic in
SLi l tr line Whiskies. Gins,
luin and Wines from
1.50 to (l.( per gal,


the


'o Prenlav tll Cliages onl the Follh im :
''l( 1 V1t; l ,lt:, Iatllor HRy, .r 15 aroeld, I fhll qiarti At;
OIt) FAlIl.T ( AlNEl Ityr,, It years old, 4 lall qHart%
Ilttt"rlT. ~MarylandI I() 1 Jyear old. lI hill ,iarlr 4
SMO.a N4WWAIIELA XX ItXX 7; year, old, 4 rull ,Ulartl :!


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l'e ubipl proImwptIly d lat i,lail blXs. Remit by Expre. or oi'tollli' ,H,
srder to MARITLA.II iHIs. ('.. 41:1 Wnt iar Ht., Jak*Ml ll.. Fla.


..jAINESVILLE BOTTLUN WORKS..
--,a l tvAtn, r nkK or' L
I 3W A Wer, ll Flaors, Gger Ale, Root ud Brh Ber, Cider, Etc.
'AISVILLE, IrLORIDA "


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FlSE THE MONEY" MR. IOAlDOL

WIRED HOLLOWAY TO KNIGHT ABOUT REPUBLICANS

guot be lufted by State Ex. H O TLL MAN -- cored President Roosevelt and
DEATH OIF MRS. TILA.MAN.
cutiv Cominittee. Republican Administration.
Good Lady of Campviile Expired Sad-
glMINEQD O STICK OUT derly of Heart Failure Saturday. THE DEMOCRATS ARE 0. K.
Information rea'ied this 'ity Sivi.
Hrlvts Instruction to Treasurer day Ilvrirlng of sl. leatlh f i Mr S. l., Brought Out Many Fine Points Which'
(ttiaght to Return AssesmentMoney, Tilliman, notaiher of Prol,. I: .3i. Till. Interested His Large Audience, and'
fWlreHe Wil Not Receive It-Let. mai,. which oCcIrreat s i.enly at h.er AlachJa County May Now be Placed
W n'd telegrams From Friends. i near (air at lray Sor-. olidly in the Broward Column.
ahuinti nt-ar Ca 111g.ue
ipn. .. H. I Holloway, the caili- iDeceasied was a;rar,: nty i'i her II sea'ordapie with the notice pub-
lte fordtate Superintendent ,if l'11- 'u it ial t,(d healthh, whei :..* iudde,,.y wished in The Suit of T,'esday morn-.
| latroatioun and against whom the fell to tl;- tloor. ,ait d.li wi'.ihin ten iug. a good c'rowdt ameinbld aat thei
lati Denlocrariu Executive t'iuiit- linllt-r., btlfore Il:ttl.real a d c):ildjCourl't house lRat night to hear the ad-*
, lasession lnJacksonville Saturday, r-ach h;er. Irati!s ist attruted 1o Idress* f Heon. Napolerosi It. lrowardl
H taken such a severe crusade. han heart fatu ire. iDemocratic nominee for governor.
teirmianed not to be side-tracked,anl .Mro. Tilman was w;Il k i',.wnI It hald been announ rd that several
g friends are gloryipg in this deter- tt.raigl:hoi i tl Elat End, where *.e prromiinent speakers would be present
llpation. was rirtuall) reared. .*! was a :sidy! ith* Mr. Broward and deliver ad-
After being duly and overwhr!liniig- of niost affcotiion~tet di)ioeitioln anid dresses on the political ilsues of the
nominatd for the position by the Cfiristian character, ad had many day. but unfortunately the presence of
aooratio people of Florida, PIrof. friends whol were s. .e, an I grieved any other speaker was imlioesible,
lolloway declares he will stick to the at her sudden d!<;,,. owing to various reason. Mr. Brow- G E
Ir, and having noticed she resolution The fu:n.rtl was L' r:day. thie ard, however, entertained his an-
I the committee iintruacting Treas- internment bt;ii i.t the I'rovidencte dience in a masterly speech, In which
Fer Clark Knighit to return to him, the (C'eetrry. near \V;ndlor. The oc- he went for Teddy Ioosevelt and the l'Dy (
soney remitted, Monday sejnt the fol- casion was iarge y attendt-e, friends Iepublican government in a truly en-*
wing telegraln: co:nir.in for many ii.e: itea ah di. thusiastio manner, and gave some
The Telegram. rect on to (iay thl l:st tribute of re. interesting facts in behalf of I)eum.c-
Uinesville, ctoter 3 Huni teeR l tIt.et racy and Democratic rule. He is a fine
* irkKillght, Treosurer Sta Ite. lo-. o t.he i-era-,av.dl farn:iy The Sun., speaker. and was very impressive in Wt r
SExecutive Committee. Tampa, hh rfr et pathy. his remarks. That Mr. Broward will
ti ommitteemake an excellent executive officer
ra. t see the tcouunittee has i- JOHN ROBINSON'S CIRCUS. there can be no doubt, and he will Nlighet
tetecd you to return may tatuey. have tle opportunity of proving this [
aO need not do so. as I will refuse to This F.aous Show Will Visit GaI;ne. to the people of Floroida after
lTeit it. W. I. H).i Lo AY." ville on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Jay...


i'*I do not feel thua I have been treat.
Sdecently In this entire matter."
-a sIrked Mr. Holloway in referring to
action of the oommittee, "and I
morse to stick to this thing until the
]s-t. 1 was fairly tominated*by the
SDamocrati people of Florida, after
heats' charges were thoroughly
fred, and their verdict showed that
tI' t wanted a change, and they favor-
Sasme with the nomination, which I
1' gays ppreeiate. I am going to keep my
s ae on that ticket, and my peoee-
"1s on will see on November A that the
Seopli will nominate me by the same
humadsomd majority my friends autio-

Massages of Encouragement.
Prof. Holloway received Monday
many encouraging letters and tele-
anlms urging him to tay no attention
to the action of the committee, but to
'* keep working, as success was assured.
t heowmessages came front prominent
SDemocrats in various sections of the
: State, some of whom had no hesitancy
Sin expressing themselves ai being dii-
:alted with the persecution apparent
I sought by the committee to heap
Sponthe shoulders of this unfortunate
Candidate.
fAR CHANGES HANDS.

After Getting Out One Issue, W. L.
SHill Diaposed of Newspaper.
Announcement was made int a re-
eent issue of The Sun to the effect that
W L Hill had purchased from D. E.
Godwin Tne Twice-a-Week Star. This
announcement was correct, but after
having purchased the paper Mr. Hill
decided that it would not be a paying
venture. He edited the issue of Ttues-
day, but this saie issuu announced
that he had disposed of the property
to the Pepper Pub!iehing Company,
who will in future shape the destinies
of that journal.
The Star, which has been a semi-
weekly, Issue on Tuesdays and lFri-
days, will be cotuerted into a weekly.
and the date of publication will be Fri-
day. The Suin wishes its conte m-
porary a success.
Death of a Baby.
Friends of M1r. and Mrs. W. D. Fa-
gan of East (;aincsville sympathize
with them in the death of their infant
daughter, which occurred Monday
aight about 10 o'clock of congestion of
the stomach, after a brief illness.
The funeral services were conducted
from the residence Tuesday, Rev.
Those. P. Hay conducting the ceremo-


(asioer;lf is to be fa,vorrd by a visit
froin another genuine, up-tn-date cir-
cus, in tlhe fol:i uf the JJlin iobfn.
son's Ten liag Shows combined. The
name of John Iobinson Is a household
word in Southern humnes, and has been
for forty years. Although not the
largest circus in the world, it holds
third place in enormosity and fint
place In the hearts of the Southern
people. The show has always been
first-class, lean and refined, and sines
its last visit to Gainesville has lost
none of its virtues.
Advance agents of the big ciralsare
now in the city for the purpose of
making arrangements for the appear-
ncee of the show here on the 25th last.,
and it may be said with impunity that
this information will be received with
a degree of satisfaction by all.
Meeting School Board.
The Board of Publl Instruction of
Alachua county convened in regular
monthlI itIes.n iu the office of 'Super.
inteudent Holloway Tuesday, a full
board being present. The regular rou-
tine of luitiners, inclodilt the pl.-
meit of hills, was transacted, the of.
fliel! report of Which will be made as
soon as recordJcd on tlhe m.nltes.


IMN.& Fairbuksfldls bow ae- I
gleCt of warning symptoms will
Boon prostrate a woman. She
thinks woman's safeguard is
Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetaMe
Compound.
"D1In DAMa. lNNKRBAM: Inorannee
and neglect are the cause of untold
female suffering, not only with the
laws of health but with the chance of a
cure. I did not hced the warnings (4
headaches, organic pain and general
weariness, until I was well nigh pros-
trated. I knew I had to do something.
plaply I dll ithe right thing. I took


Dy. The interment was at the Provi-l Ly l. t a. lnKllal at sl l oerd
donce cemetery, near Windsor, where directions, and was rewarded na few
Rev. M. T. Bell of Roohelle, a rela- weeks to fnd that my aches and pains
tire of the family, officiated. disappeared. and I again felt the glo*.
.......... of health through my body. Since I
Confessions of Priest. have been well I have been more care-
C oul, I have also advised a numiier d
RIev Jno. 8. Cox of Wake, Ark. nr sick friends to take Lydia L.
S writes: "For 12years I suffered from Plnkham's Vegrtable C'om-
yellow Jiundice. I consulted a-IJumll p $ d and thsey have never had
1 reason to be sory. Yours very truly
ber of physeilans and tried all sorts r MAT Fito be s 2Yo South ryth
of medicines, but got no relief. Then it.. .Minneapoll. F Mlinn." (Mrs. Fair-
I began the a of Electric Hitter and Itanks ti one of the most aecem-'aul and
feel that lan now cured of a disease highest salaried travelling saleswomen
that had me in its grasp for twelve n the Weat.)-laSo orf lfw1forll
ears."' If you want a a reliable med- twrw* fosvpre se#s lMneir, w@b
lsine for liver and kidney trouble, M Ir. Plakhamt Invites all alt
stomach disorder or general debility. women to write Ier for vto
It ElctriBitter. l' guaranteed he as i thousands to
ta d; aluggisu. only 5.c. i heAlths addJCT L)'a. i s.
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Ir.J. F. MeKinstry, chairman of
the Democratic Executive Committee
and member of the State COmmittee
from Alachut county, was the pre.
hiding officer, and performed the duotie
of the position with becoming grace.

REV. WHEIROUSE HERE.
Newly Appointed Minister of Christian
Advent Church Begins Duties.
Rev. Joseph Sherronue of Jackson-
rille, recently called to the pastorate
of the eeaond Adentrit Christian
Church in this city, has arrived and
began' hi duties Sunday.
Elder Sherrouse, who is by trade or
profession a newiapler man and lino-
type machine operator and machinslt,
has been employed in Jacksonville for
several years, holding a lucrative posi-
tion as machine-operator on The
Tilnes-Unron. He has been what
might commonly be termed a local
minister of the Second Adventist
faith, and a few week ago decided on
account of ill health, to relinquith his
position as a typesetting machinist.
-'-ing a speaker of unusual elo-
'lienlje the church here decided to
call him, a vacancy having been
caused by the resignation of El-
lder I. W. Kin Mr. Sherromse ac-
eepted the call, with the result that he
will now make his home in Gainesville
and take up the work here. He is by
no means a stranger to our people,
having been a regular visitor here for
several yean, hence he feels at home.
To Mr. Sherrouse and his interesting
family a cordial greeting is extended,
and it is to be hoped they will be
pleased with the rew home as a place
of abode.
Rev. Sherrouse delivered two very
interesting sermons Sunday, and was
greeted by good congregations. Being
also a prominent lodge sman his pres-
ence here will be appreciated by the
lodges.
Saves Two From Death.
S'Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi.
land of Armonk, N. Y,, "but, when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
life witll I)r. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in
an advanced stage, a1lo used this won-
derful medicine and today she ia per.
featly well." Desperate throat and
long diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and colds.
b50 and I$ bottles guaranteed by all
druggists. Trial bottles free.
Drayton Got the Prize.
Gainesville is famous for good things
the State over. A few days ago a con-
test was held for penmanship la Jack-
sonville for the best colored penman in
the State, and after a rigid contest and
examination by a competent board of
examiners, the prize lwa awarded to
John Drayton, a youn colored man
who was reared in thi -i ty and secured
hil education here.
Jihn is a )oune elortil nmain rh, was
always highly regaril-d here by t:hth
raees. and those who kn(;w ;him wi I 1;.
glad to lIarn of his s-iccets.

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r ;a4d llowod Trail for
Ilv*rw ^ ut Without :sct
lOUaM Ar a 'VI, t V rydig Ca.
ou i d h, a 1a ffreo who eli PP
o t loa the vWi;ty of Aloibuat for
mwef f im ant II w.ll known thrro,
wi!l not 1e livelg if he Is captured, if
thek istatrlsits otf owr' landInilant
T il 0 p00 ol 4Aloun are to bel be ved.
1t appear ha4lSmith has bMee ema
Sittionl, R in on Monday ivhtt at
a lte h ghtler of abtk employer, awakening
her. Thse y'ulng lady setreated, whieh
frglhtOllld hin :~s, and hb suteloud., (
ed in naltkiNA hki l eMlte I efort a11t6s-
,Depy a IBr llPtyulnte was irilI.I lnAT
ately nOtifed 3s. with i poser. weant Clov, ranIo C
ia pulraUit of thi negro, but without Couasy,c (71., wrilto
lval V. "God bles you for what you have
Olwer Fu pte rwrrlved is the pity Ie fd r me. Tbh rheumatism has aS1
WeIld4.lay imt Ivrlfled the orrieA disappared, and to-day all eselaAll
B er t.Ie report u reglrlded the *'r welo l yoa look I tell them ye,
R m"l bkladl4b0,remd In the root,. mSd IowettaU t t D 3. tma hfor his
fjir 9good advice to me. Tday fla"d me
AI. tehase esI owI eaas.dT bie f as free fro in ae ver wa. e
lias t a trl eope, bukt we rny assa hass e b, but the
SA O f4 Ioo A k a a look o5B b tap haMW't 1a0. me a, I sed
Sn the eolat he 1i to. Ia m ry tbhakfal thit I hie
09 p 0pt4r tb will evidently be sound oet that yoea eu and will help
"w* -* 0 4ltg 404g. the ufn.aal one th l W 1 tollowr your
V ao e Seve.ral have d me what
"MAiA Iu Ke a*d me and I tell thm. Thoy o t
SheU madleMr then. W k r0emwa
pr D.! M of LI OktOy United. At aU arJ4i0-1 w
,r*- h MIM Oor.~D i Whfldr*.0 W WU.y t
S t 11e : w*h4py weddlng at highb **IV4L y.
t e d e the little plisopal) "y wife was troubled with a pan
01h .s lhl Hi;,lriagp, wbhenoa Edwrd tr th bew s forte Now he e taking
Lakeo tit and MisseYOU medleas& and 4is reel smart. I will
i Md nLale Cly aId Mie ol I .r o afor those who
e. WMike gh Spriso, by. the e W i,"W
t a i **ve obllatlon olf Mr. Jao. 0. Atkisoi n ladependelce,
S pl h. wer ande man MoBox., l wrftee
4 lte r. Little of (4ala T"Yr rmmedie do all that you claim
? at l og<, which wasi for them, ead even more. catarrh car.
4 t4 + otGr e byfriend or the oan. not*xist where Peruaa is taken accord-
gjee .yl iP tag to dirnllons. Perna completely
Wh eMe bne onef th# most popular ouaed my wite ad I oesatarrhal trouble.
0 16.. at H hCity has eenof twenty-five years standing. In ny
i 4 e r leth pruerpln Wounds as a travellai man I am walk-
i e s., the sOief sd tr, la eI.N g advorLisminent of 'eruua."
*.Jg I^ ** Ypersg*' drug. store. and en.-
Jq ila Rdenoaenluid tee m of th} .
i !1,t ty. The bride l one of High
~utV p t~ rite bell. and has na.
ag se frMIedsl In social circles who
I gatly mb; s- -----h
S 41tel1y sfttkr the ceremony the
ISt)S . 'lboarde(te train for New -!
To 6th tieothe polatlEast on a bridal t t o
1ih, after Whiob they will be at home
0 ,w to 0be0 d.1 01stLLak City.V
Tb bnid present were numerous
.1. -.. -...- B. H. LEV ,BRC
end hidswne, and ome t from many
hles rat home and at distance. NAVA.INAI,
S IPULICGIAN SPEAKING. The Largest Ma
Ho!* 1. B. Maeuarland, J. M. "r .Men's, Wome
aO!ynd dOters to be Here. -t EAD hY-TO. W '1A
.," Thei opleo tot l seetleo wall be IN TIE E T
tMt d b iM aturday with the pre*nao of
I 4 o. M. IS. MaeFarIMad ef Tlp. Re. ---
lUMlteuinanddate. for goveror, and FOIR MEN.
eI ej. JM Onhea*y of Orladlo, Re. Clotting, Hate, Underwea
I bl!a M lndidate for :ongres, B. FeOR WOMEN.
i 4 nd ldbret, who will addree the peo. Tailored Suili, Skirts, Jac
0 peaheia MIes of the day from a He- ing..
lllt. pbluea ljalldpoint at lO o'olook in FiOh l 1OY
l he afeirnoona. (7iI:+ltlg, iaitt, Underwei
i s l oumMh a both gentlemen are
Sspeakerl of eloquence, there will no FMOR 111 l1V i amtd t('ILIIIEN.
inte dolbt be a good lthelrtg., and those Dresses, Refers. Cloaks, I
pg. prest may hear something of inter- gi"We s.nad griodao by ,pr
Shi.r ~mmi eat Rp6bllca ter examine before accepting.
Si0 Mstld the campaign tmay be plrment e PW e cheerfully sead tw
aylt .to address t he aiudiew, bat at any ment for selection.
Irate thb meeting promalse to be a
l, w li4lyoMne, well attended.
c iterd w Write for cur complete FI
Thr was a colored wedding of the
AIuat most original type (I the oflle of
i*e Qessaoty uadge Mason Wednoday, the
tw 4.* SeriUtlg prarlee belal Amlos lawis
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pMore of tre sual crowd, and with In the Mayor's Court.
sT0 othe er1t d r. At. the gr melm BecauseI Buster Green and Bills
l ato lute the bride, whieh Olarkon, two youthful colored boyr,
wat d ntd tU people e1ft the pree. insisted upon throwinlgroeks at each
lMe it rtIrwl a pl s IO other and happened to strike a pas.
Sino pedestrian Tusday afternoon, they
b. P. were Drre.ted an placed In, the~ity,
.. UIjaIll The yount miscreants were ats
DENTIST rage lp before Mayor Thomas Wed.
r. A ." IrfltRIDI0ALS t t orrling, and after a good 141.
li. a+e'.r.. .e i, l whil h *ldtd,


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When old age oow on01
*Mo eou also. s8yotmie
alont unalvernl in old -Pl.j
Thib explains why Porru I
so Indispemable to old peop
is their wfeluard. Perrah Ls
reaMdy yet devised that
eamse exactly.
ouh amm. ecannotbe Ireal|
Nothing-but an effectwe
dy eould Moar them. This I
what Peruna Is.
If you do not reelve plrom
lsWhtory rmults from tIheua
write at once to Dr, l1artmia,
full statement of your es sl a
be pleaed to give you hisl Tv
vice gratis,
Addnres Dr. lIartman,
Tbhe Iartnlam Nunituarinmoln,





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For Selikng Liquor.
Deputy 8HhetlffJ. E. Fulge b
to this eity lAwrence Hasstd. eoi
aovieted in the court of Joatle'
at Alahbaa upon a eharrll of l"
liquor n a dry oounty, id o011S1
him to Jail to lwait the Wr0s o'I
grand jury. Hiaard is now oI
in the Alasehu county jail. m 1
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proeat tel of the court.
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iW MdCREARY. Editor and Publ'r.

Ta TUNS oFr !caicm1ION:
b Twlaee-Week Sex $1 a year; six
Bjlll i; @single copies, 5l.
Ay5aITytl (o R]ATs:
H1plrtibements, 15 cents a line
t'laf t 10 n t ents for each addi-
advertisements for three,
Il months at special rates.
iraihed upon application.
i l d Death notlees inserted
il Obtuiles. 5 cents a line.
ORCLUIAIwo LCT.
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IB the Atlanta ((a.)
11M 10ittlon one year.. 1 75
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I.Weekl Journal one year. 1 50
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We will not aoa elt a stamps of a
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IxMOOCATIC TICKET.
lbr President.,
ALTON B. I'ARKER
S of New York.
For Vlce-Presldent,
HENRY t DAVIS
of Weat V rglilIa.
nitL' Staiitt Seuntor,
SJAMES P. 'TALIAFEIIRO.
SMe r ConyreN3. 2nd District,
FRANK CLAK.
Presldetial Elector%,
1. P. BAILEY.
T. A. JEKNNINGS
1. C. B. KOONCE.
A R. B.NEWTON.
P. B. STONEMAN.
Governor.
3N APOIJON B. BROWARD.
Secretary ot State,
r'%, . CLAY CRAWFORD.
S" Attomey-reneral.
WILLIAM 1H. ELLIS,
S Comptroller.
A. C. CROOM.
State Treasurer,
WILLIAM V. KNOTT.
psftrintendent of 'Iuille! Initruction.
W M. III.I.OWAY.
Commissioner of Agriculture,
B. E. McI.IN.
S Ralrolad Comninllsloner,
JOHN I, MORGAN.
SJustie supreme Court. Six Years,
R. FENWICK TAYLOR.
S JustIles Supreme Court,
ROBERT &. COCKRELL.
T|TB3MA S. SHACKLEFORD,
^, 5'W. I. WITFIELD.

J. A. ROSBOROrUGH,
I,>?' 0 0 M. tTLL.IAN. ,"N
i Count Jundge ,-
S. l. Maeon. a

L. W. W. PNNELr
Clek Cirk lt Court,
S' B,. .WIFNGES.
Tax AseiMasor,
W. W. COLSON.
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'Tax Collector,
S . I)IuCKINSON.
SIperintendent of public Instruction.
DR. J. L. KELLEY.
County Tre'nmirer.
W H. IIORRTSON.
County snurveyor.
JAMES CROXTON.
County C(omnisltoners.
S J. (. DAMPIER,
J. G, OTEIEN.
S C. C. PEDRICK.
F. F. PAtLLINO.(
S P. TOWNSEND.
Ibr Member, of -htool Board,
T. A. DO4KE,
W. J. MARTIN,
LR. B. WEEKS.

'. ISeymour Smith of Franklin, Ki.,
b pvihfbly the only man in the world
bi em o boate of having driven the
: airnteamof hoOse 60,000 mile. Mr.
Ilith was In bulsen for eaven year,
Sa4 wa s required to drive over the en.
SUnited U Stales. He figure. that
1i dai be worked he drove the team
*tmle, lmaklng total ln ever
OO nklle. He started at


-- -- -J J. Hill thinks that the corn crop vies commissioner. GOn. John. 0,
Abraham Lincoln said: "I am not in the VWet will be the smaller. In Black, commander in chief of the O.
bound to win, hut I am bound to be seven years. (;-nral (roarenor can A. R.. olemnly thanked him and ire
true. 1 am not bound to succeed, but j figure out that the shriukage is due to marked that ConAress ought to peI s
l am bound to lire up to the lightI a lferof a Detmooratic victory In No. law toh tat efeet!
have. I stand with anybody tha t obefr. asButsa.hori rope mano high A
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NIW YORK SIURLY DEMOCRATIC In the lophage of has, eT I O*
4 Iemoeast end soldlder. C il, Ir .
For th. irla time in yearn the le. oberlmn, editor of TheI liv 0a
mperaey rf New York has showed reen, The i t pporo the L ivOak
that It is abtolttely united. Several oealtli nomneens, rIhlbtor wrung,,0 T
excellent men had been mentioned (fr d tal commitrm ee hid no legal right w !
the nomination for governor. .t ,y tiomlnalteO r. Wolfe as a ,aadd i
one of them would have made an tx. To be sure, you are growl'ng aignas mr. Uolloiwa atre IrraIln
ellient 5ofell, but because of eertain old. But why lell everybody i li *iveslly audstone esepa
existing conditions it was not domed 8te Ie.e dt yltr ry h tAr s tl a few. .Mr. Holloway e
the best policy to pot their natnes W se. se k, I your gray hair? by A Hollowayw4
lore the coeynti on. The purpose of Keep your hair dark ld rich Ollinstetd by the largest "44
the party managers was to leave no sad postpone age. If you will dyI, r .r. ar, a and tete wo vote
sore spot and no room fo" r any sort of H aliV i thorn e "'o
dioeord. That purpose was carri. charge p refrred agaln.s him a they *
out. Cand .dtes were a;rred ulun or klnow at Ihe present time. Theylvoted
who were satilfactory to all elements, for him then apd they will do so agai
Judge llerrlck, the npominse for garv only use Ayer's Hair VIgor, at ttl, November election. The ,tS
ernor, is a man of the hipheet Ohnr. your gray hair will so00o have *ommitieu will not tb able to deo t
ter. He is thoroughly In touch wi h all the deep, rich color of Mr. iolloway, but thtey have all
:ii. party, which walh give him a united youth. Sold for 0 years, ended in placldg the Ddtloes ate i9
rul port. As The New York Herald **- inU a w n. e I* "ietweea the devil *tl the pe
puts It: New York' IDemocraey *twk .1 bnr 4 te olad w hue ea."
cami ,ut of its eniampment in solid rr b a n atm, Aore'a b '- r
column and took uip a position hwe .cpublle foreman maiottk, ehal ai n o
at the front of the gruat presidential A for le. In epubi he wte tto* friend ol t
hlattle-ield. The enthuilastie and o l13 In 101he wrote toa friood a4)4Mt
..aiinious nomination at Saratopg by W h the tariff "'After we have bul|iWeda
:he uuite n nm'ur4'i), in it f ree well.and many of our ind.stri l0Tet
isad opitni contvutii:;, will not beIc become giants, auch as thie world W4,
only enliven the torp i national carm- never known, hall we (PlOnue it
pain but will give a new and power. FAVR OL WAY. if on artlales that yieifd so w SIY p
ful impulse to Judge Parler's auspi-' mf n. o protetlon, and, Iike l
eious didy. Now that Friend avd Admirer of Prof. Sheets duest of our fatal lse a"tignl 1f 01
,sThidnks JusticNhould be thown. p
the Democracy of this great State has, Thinks Justice Should be Shown. port? How *as oilK a if
plunged into the presidential contest Editor DI lgy Suan: I haee known fended? It Cf ll0rei malall ils
with temendoui earnestness and una. Prof. Seats intimately and favorably i on sueh arthlet. tie w ihole
nluitl under peculiar conditions lmu'h longer than 1 hare Prof. l Ho of proteotiut' folkl t othe ae
which bid fair to immensely strenlth- loway. With adyIre not toomlsrepre- does! It( doe
en the Demneratil nominee's chances sent either (or r know nothing dl4 -
for earrying New York, there is.no honorable pt either). I, must say that Preoideant, eseoeltsl li
reaspn to feel that the most momen. In the political controversy being #aeepatse, i14 '"tisk lie t
to's election in our national history waged so bitterly by friends and foes to utsi' a iMsl4 tlPh'l0
wikllo by default under the wither., grea injustice is bel g shown Prof. andimporst stie h ld
Ing inouence of publle apathy." fHolloway. This all-powerful and dlo- exlusirol ely ta t)Ihe aAd' l
The splendid spirit shown by thel" tatorlal State Eetlve Demooralll *r." Whb not, It i i*q
New York Democrats means that they Committee had no right, legally, to Wake moe tha O NOlli;
will be ratisfled with nothing less than pursue the course it has toward Prof. bsilnesl of biWklnlltagi4l
success. And they have never failed Hollowsy. The people (the voters) of haip, aod if lle pae l ai
to win when they all worked together the state of Florida alone, oaostitote uriope alr Ml4d1 1tl itI. A
a. they have shown that they mean the highest authority in determltalta temptiblle pusbill tU
to do now. On the other hand, the this matter. Each of these eandidase Amieriae dont4 in otris il
Repdbllcan factions, headed by Odell placed themselves before the voter of mne of o.olean tlenspee S
and Plat, are lying in ambush for the State and rau a fhir and squrle dsoli ntgy.
each other with their trusty bowie race for the Starte soperlated*ol~ y,
knives unsheathed and ready for bui- i rmsultnlg In ua overwhelmingly major It would be a stea. plltt;i
mess. New York may lustas well now lty for Prof. Holloway over Pero. tourl9ng If Cola iom tH lt
h later be put in the Democratic Shets. The old execueslA eommiitle, eratl wihb i phepemda 4
list, after acanrvas of the votes. declared Safroth to Wasfilagtel wtiJ
SProf. Holloway the choice of the peo a laal rep`n epataleatiul .
The fulmination of General Corbin pie by over 4.000 majority. All thisbt pdghllt t .'o ti0 Niea I5 0'
against the marriage of army offers was done after the "slang," abuse a64 7Iy 1ghtIi0ot0il ,,Iy 'lile
who have "no provision for their fam- charges made by each candidate th aehalie o elt e lid
illes" is eausing lively discussion against the other was well known, ioasreeN besa1e hl li
throughout the United States. It not only to the executive committee dslever! lwiegatiluig ( oI I
young army officers mult have rla1h but to all the voters of the State. ti. tontgh s khe Repble ti
'fathers or marry helresses, before they Now they claim the right to set Prof. tel d not p O eNo ag inpones i,
are qualified to wed, it follows that Holloway aside and substitute In his llch ue are wan e. ,
henceforth cadets to West Point must stead a sheep, goat, Wolfe, or some
be the sons of wealthy men. From 1ctherannimalorman. Is's a wonder Thesre knot a matelee I the ei
this will result. military aritoeracy t1'at in their prejudice and spite they publIcan plathfo, ase Jdne a*'se
based on money, and heroes of the fu. did not introduce Balaam's AN as a la his letter of O septan, riI
tore will be exclusively those *of the fit substitute. This matter rested alone medingl a ,ed stleumk Is
fashionable circles of Newport and w'th the people (the voters) to deeide. expoendIOrlsi not a weI l
other pleasure resorts. Sueh warriors I, for one, conhldently believe Prof. that the tineee in te i*.
would be admirably adapted to shine Holloway will come out twoo o one War Departieatlta fee0t'O N +
on Corbin's harmless battle-flelds of winner in the election; as Lineoln der Cleveland, l.8 to. *ioP..$ .
mimic maneurers. Thie ober fact is said : "You may tool all the people 10, lMhoolkbe la lured ltsda sii
that the graduates from Welt Point some of the time, and some of the peo. lie oaltis tfor a i veestlgate 0(
have much larger Incomes than the ple all the time, but you can't fool all those department of the gse
average Ameriean boy who marries, the people all the time," in whih corruption has bee reet
an4 are flnanelally far better able ( o The voters of Florl4d will teach the revealed.
support families. The trouble le that executive tommItee that In them -- -
a majority of them prefer to spend alone is vested the right to decide this Japane ad Rusae are gt
their money in convivralltlesand oeial matter, and will see to it that Prof. In the iast, btt ati the *tSille
riots rather than in a manner become. Holloway, the regular nominee, will Cnrlval, (Oet. St to l h, thept i
ing quiet and respectable American de'eas anyIndependent or "atray mingle together as 0 weRsReps ll
cltirehl. Of coutae Corbin's project colt." FaIX P.LA. A Japanese troupe, dirst Itei, th
leads up to a demand on Congress for Mikaedo's court, will be a o ne side
an increase of army salaries all round. The Brotherhood of Locomotiro En. th l "Pike" n0d diltly li hfrot Wii t
_._._ _---_ gineers at a recent meeting held in be the eletbratd Pritne Nilboh at |
Hon. W. N. Sheats State superin. New York placed themselveson record Russil, the tlIest mite of him llit
tendent of schools, "lost his head" at as taking the stand that the non-unilon nthe fae of the earth, bat a log
the meeting of the State Democratic man has asr ood a right to work as the to his another oountry as hIe bravet
Executive Committee in Jacksonville union man, providing the wages hero ln the RunVI arimy,
last Saturday. The Sun was of thle are the same. and expressed their
opinion, and had the aoaranee of the willingness to work with non.anion The State Demoeratle xeeatIUve
gentleman himself to that effect, that men providing this condition was met. Committee has put itwlt "l a holeh k
Prolfesor Sheats, when he preferred This declaration, coming as it does by iubatitutling thet ame of J. E*.
his charge against Mr. Holloway, sim- from one of the strongest labor organ net l Wolfeof Penaealta r r St ateI a
ply desired to show to the public that isations in the country, as well as the perintendeit of sehodls pr that lof
the famous Booker Washington letter most conservative one, may pave the Wmi. M. Holloway. The latter antils.
did not contain the words "in the way to a general acceptance of this man I. only chargedd" with erllsalul
white school auditorium.'" When the view by union labor. If such were libel, whereas, lr. Wulfe. some yelmi
committee requested the withdrawal the ease, the labor distuirbanees would ago, publicly sentfesed his gtllt of
of Mr. Holloway as the candidate for be reduced to a minimum. It will seoaberime.
State superintendent, however, Mr. probably be some time, however, be. -
Sheats obtained the privilege of the fore this principle meets with general Jost the chariot nres alone Iat the
floor and proceeded to advocate him. aceeptiace.e Jacksonvllle Carnival wold be orth
self as a candidate for the position, oing hundreds of pa llU to aee for
claiming that he wasthe "loleal" can.- Iltt II k 4i M. they are diresl floithsmpllthemat
didate. But she committee deeded a iUsINuIanU.U oll saALd of Rome, bat these l e e arle an
otherwise, and later on Mr. Sht U anSrw. s s iab le5 aiam. air of a hundred of ttie best aretll oso
nouneed that he would be a candidate Sl re se o isee l ever seen ini the South.
anyway. His friends seem to have had ,oro -WeaUs a!a. to *. qSla -Iu
some inltuenee with him after he iou, clSob AiS ti? 1 to+ Prlideat Roonvelt enaeted a law A
"cooled off," and he withdrew hitol ome tlt .W.. o. I lthe White House givingpene to,
candidacy. .* n army of old soldiers. His elvll as-


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IA TUIIU N UI

Olr Johnm M ri Iro uffbe'
fit b a:t Mrlami Sunday.
WA WKLL. KNOWN HIR
Pl.6ntt Relidletd OsainesvIlle For S*v-
ew YearsHn, sd Brother, Hammsnt
s iotosm, *till Makes Nome Here.
House *nd Contenle Burned.


laW anrmltJohnsuon of this city MIon.
Ad resoelved the IadI Information by
tt lrsp tht the house oooupied by
Ss psatet, M1r. and llri. W. II. Julon.
l i, a In mlnl, had beetn burned I Sn.
atly ht. and that Oliver Johnson,
ti bler, sixteen yeanr of age, had
d from the elect of iiojuries re.
ivei in the fire.
"This l.wasa naturally a sad blow fo Mr.
altteoa, and ho departed on the first
tiatl ia Miamij having telegraphed to
"Id remains until his arrival.
Me The Johrions are well known iu this
S l balheitlin relded here for several
S y1 0M. About iwoyears ago the fanmil
removed to lMiami, wlhre they have
S sOlaes erMlded. The ld1 who met death
t ib mite lsfortuasewill lIt remember
Saeam e eid by many of the younger element
Sbahre, wheer he was a general favorite.
TO Mr. Johnson and other member.
of t1e family the lsynpathy otf the
eO autally Ia s extended.
S ttill IMoeeurig Letters.
SP1rol.Wm. M. U.Holloway, nominee
I#b Sbtaf SIuprltdbenastof Publio In.
^ atte'd ef lMl et0e0 P by the Demoorats of Florida,
1i relt MeslvtlaR 5sern of congrstu.
mlieon, for la itioslon ia revoltlng
malpto the s eeniaetion of the Demo.
06il *ibtltu0e l*ste In requeetiag
iL wllasrwl fomp the race, and his
4I-ti theraoS. These letters come
W*as hhumberof the most prominent
S.lMa. iuate of l Iorda., and are highly
SppPi ted by Fr. Holloway and hig


o im
*lB #*bkiiff '.t ,sy J






i ,**' w .be

pM laof teGl ote

pt the siepe
A-sd a Bua


r Wmot Wher .


e teis willthAta
,m d ihnt" will b.do


w -.lio. pro







ilY Ofor r he eee d
ts o erth, ni t ee t
m0il oawmoeaqe a e. J*
i detl meetig ofi tthe
Ieast ist H all artdl,
Stoa Inhe Bn -. p: t


ImeyW rome oat tal*, hax


0 1 .h A. W.UOLs.se,
Ot N "- M otary Publie.
i !al' l atarL h l l ure Is takeLu inter-
i M -1J sa -te diMretly on the blood
'I sa5 towhee. Qtthe y$tem,
a 5556 tetetlmiate, tree.
SiemS AC. Toledo. 0.
fre ge ,g. 1


A Loes Letter
W 14pd Aee fetrest yoa It you're
ioia i fo *a astranteed alve for
Ms ., bans or pioec. Otto Dodd of
P6r, MNo.. wrlWs: "I suffered with
e onlylso for r year, but a box of
#lm*lle'*Araneaislve cured nie, It's
he Irleat i *lO earth. 2 o ata)ll
darFs


Oh, It akes Me. Smile
....TO US ....
PB D ICK'S
BUGGIES AND WAGONS.
Xadol In talnealle by
C, C. PEDRICK

USED EVERYWHERE
BY KVZRYBODY.
FU LLY G A RANTEED.

GEO.S. HACKER & SON
MANCrACTUJCIas OF






1I



and Building Material,
CHArLSbTOX, IL. t

Sbh, Wights, Cord, Hardwre
JB.ABZXD


&X.BACZSB, Pro.riter


Those Desiritg to Secure a'

First-Class Educatio
.Should Attend....



.ast Florida Semiia
,, a j

ELxenase are moderate. Instruction and dlsoipllia Uo
passed u the South.
EzeXllenfa aeeintmlations for young ladles. Parents nWl
their daughters to tie t. minary knowing they will receive she
beet of eare.
Male sltuditls will beI under strict mUltary diselpline. All
dilltI Ire iauIht reg(larity IanI prompt obedieuncj lu aulth
Idlenisr will nlui o t permitted.
A number if euoirse are surstaned. A:l are thoruotghlly p
oal, Nearly all uo or r ('nrnmeroial and Shorthand graduate I
excellat positions.
Faculty of twelve able instructors--ea.h alpecialit. Noq
int the ULited Stact, has a better health record than East Fet
$emlnary.
Capt. Hlearn, V'. S A., says of the Seminary: "The dialL
a*pp-ara tio hie. rfe't."
'rTTllT'!N Fl;KE. For eatalogues, address
JERE M. POUND, Superintendent,


UiIN IVILLE,


STRAUSS &


WHOLESALE


Liquor


Dealer


OeALA, FLORIDA.


Struss' loyal Reserve.


*


*llMt,


Strass' 7"It"


$3.5 fig 41


i "


5.25




IeN


12I


EXPRESS PREPAID.


6 "


12*


EXPRESS PREPAID.


These are our speclaltea, ai aure the BNST goods on the mumI
the money.
Remember, we pay the freight on these goods and 11 your ordeis I
diy as received.
Rye Corn and Gin. (1.T7 per gal Ion. No extra charge for JugS
The lgoods are not delivered


Flisaral ntatement of the I board of i | |sl W O
,..,, ,, ~ o Nic Arend's Saoon a
Iublle lustruetlon, Alaehua t'on. .v
ty, Florida, fur the Month Jacksonville. Florida
or AulU"t, IM48(
lion. it. C. Denton. Clerk (t'C .it '1C tl *I. Alna-
chtla Colnity. ua.riql:
8r a ofnilr.weane rlh so', C'aI '. :,t. Merchanta Lunch from 12 to Il
riollnwIn Ileftntli.el lniannclal taticment saf 4 ll
At-hool a etae rel l tamrft n Bartheleoay Rlerlcter, aloe lI
warralnt 1f u 1 llrlj r A mUlijt. 1A+i:


MO TnHLV II nINIT Ir Ii. Int r t ns'aW
tiN KII'r N< %4 I ir Vl'ih. A I .. .*


CoI'I TY. vlr.Hltti>i.
eAW.. j1. p146.
Ilanle e lh ut rtort .. ......... ....* t |
tt,'r No. 4: ..... .................. .
colleetor ..... ......
Ctmuirler .................
1No4 31 ... ... .: ... . .. . 21n
No. ............... . ... 141
Total. .................. IW
Ill- I~l
Le-e warracnt urrendere.......... ...
falan ..e.................. .... tit M


WACIASAN1% i'lr.
No.
5S W 1f.Robe rtms, coomumlt .n* tll;l g
011 F. 0. Lober.ke.. olernl fee .... si:
14 J.. IW e, dlm. No. A ....... 11 )
ew W. M. nolIowMy. In.'ktentnl%. ..nl.', 4 4
me W. M. Hollowsr.4a ai ............ IO
'i5'b The Ita. settisti~ng ........... ..ta
Tbie HtiB. No. i .............. ..9
t s) MlBr LN. lell.(nt>et(t ........... 10
415 Tax Refund, N. I ........... .. 41
Tomnl..................... ..... .( ,
I. a WVEKF chn, i. Pith. Inst.
Atett: W. U. HOLLONWAY. Sec. and Suit.


P


ported Warberger Iktee o iM


Steaks, Fish. Chops, Oame ~I
to order. Pool, Billiards, M
Alley. I W. Baeu t.


ri.. aJrkh< to obtlaa gr,.o 't -
aSmIt.Me. *iNALL COUFYNTCI .
It tW.r J d Ifl I" 'fir e AIcilo ,
MtO sll nr. I t ie tr c ."vi
on lahUA b& * 111


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IfICEl SSARCHINO
el$ rns After Ma
INE QUARTER "' "
pe vit o ftrce & I;I
4e ny Period m nt!.
Ala lon mrly fo,
ay Y'ear. who, III ,t
0981, vA a Ii
Q OUNTRY OPINEND E*e, ar I.' Ilat -
man hI:l.. % u1
LaFayette Countesa arrest hml It It
e, With Result That whliip):v 'Irnel
eouanlquint l) al8
IWIaed HoI es in Florida the ata.sol, a carol
llland da by armnc
of the United States It is believed ti
Ste quarter ending epp. I ( bC O in Mot
iben furnished by lhief mohI'lir
le whilh shows that
ilsoyld oni of tletmoost T l wC:.T
OilP e for the saine pe.rl. Sd ot You'
Body ot Yourg
every section of the I43'elI
kinlardiul Florida's s-
ite in agriculture and ,
I, lher and turpentine, lit 1 .
"seiquoent inquiries, with a .
I In a realt many cases
bo u hasled to the enter- E, .
While these Th. :ttL. a
every county in the War,.r a;,:
public lands are listed, weo: ,,, 1 ,
arosl*o is credited to herrr, fl.I
Fltf couotles, whih Wa'-no: ,r .,ii !
ie pass year or two have luictlc ain' it
llto he world on aetount oe'. S .
i ildequoat rfaeliitlie for pon .; -.-. ';s .
Sp. These lands are abour : : i
emt fertile in the United "T r
owin to the absence of llnisc."
v ere -oessible by pri-
II only, and the matter A free Itxttleof I)
Sp.inoaes to nlarket was a Bloo p expeMrive one, absorbting this paper who will
Is sIe matter of eost. Innem Medicdne Co., Chat
MIsheeompletion of the tirst
Irelnlg those counties, how-
S4llsirous of homesteading
Msh of Inquiries. etc., into
Se, with the result that set-
p been rapid and steady.
loos for the quarter ag-
$IU0OT, which was very en.
pad in excess of any busi-
w* Iam quarter for several S
l following is the report:
mtead entries, 62576.14
talt proofs, tM8.L27 acrem ; 1 V i 11
a4d homesteads. 4984 581
Pt. Jupiter entries. 961.1 bought the
Oexue eash entries, 212.17
.flaber and stone land en- stock.of The
Ik19 aore: 18 M. B. L. war-
le. 1718 25 acres; 4 Ind. Thomas Hard-
PtIon, 507 l aores; I special
lla, 168.33 acres; 1 town- ware nd Seed
,*i .o 02 Curt. Company, w(
Ide Ma*son's Court. ,I -ilI fi,. *th,


ftE MGINESVLLE SUN: OCTOBER I, 1904


FOR OUTLAW.
in Charged with Seo
.jus Cramne.
i, Oct 4 --ThO ta
rT.any If tktl, president
arie asarehlri *a*o
r John ( l W'hlIpple.
i ,-. `'.)! and sert.
N,'!i.!. r. ,lawsue Sar
o aau as r iititinl to
i llupectJe alsh, that
several harns tal
barns stocked wltb
MA are guaratJl alht
d farm hands.
hat Whipple is hidi.I
t lill. ot a range of

'O BE SUICioD.
Woman Found in Al.
ny River.
-'. -T a.. iu :) o? a


1 ';. r ': ;' ettlJay a Ol
.a wtiow.
:l Hviii, l !.e !)y Rone
wlh i .al i i): FTreyer
1 .N!;6.ivr.:I f,);,o 'Wlns
i )i'*;.tli fv .r:. ThI a
tl ii. Bib: '. l1ly at
li .:"' ..* l.or .t snp-
lif' t [in!l:- !i H t de -.
ani ; r uii
, a we'' i.: ar;:, ln :
S i 1 tto ma

r. Thacher's Liver and
e sent to any reader of
I write to the Thachcr
ttanooga, 'ian.



ACTION


iLE...


This Space Reserved

For


W.


p


WWI


R. THOMAS,


Liery, Sale & Feed Stables

Who has one of the largest and lest
selected stccks of


Buggies, Wagons, Har-

ness, Lap Robes

and Whips

Ever offered ip this market. All of

these goods will be sold on the


INSTALMENT


WOTICW or fo
M4.L AWS Off


PLAN


Everybody can own his own Bugmy
or Wagon, and pay for it on
easy terms. Watch
this space.
i I .-t


W. R.


'15 .
*r E n
En u


ai'i sensio of court Mon. L |L I _--
ans interesting one. three next Thirty -V
L ,vng bn arraigned.
cMe called was that of Ru- Day-. se 1
mof Grove Park. who was
Saon ehare of w ryng Any Goods in the Store at Cost.
I weapons. The defendant
Slulty, and through his at- The dlock must be redldl. New la Ithe
LI btion was made tolcontinU . uuer
06Saecount of the absence of tilna to buy Furallurn, Mtores
. and the defendant was re- Paintl or anythlul In oar
l cr a bond of $20). line, Creap.
Timmons and George Allen.. T
T '.,e Park were arrive T. F. THOMAS.
lrlle of acsceories to aggra- ..
Milt. Tim m ons was release d ~ .. ........ ...... .
Slak on eidencee wh C C RLES C. SMITII ,
I:lld to await the arrest of! ula .
fpals In the ease, Arthur and l'alatkn, Fla.


N were colored, and were
Sbrougiht here by Deputy
rrof Roohelle.
Card of Thanks.
tllWan of Campviile desires
lo hl Igratitude and appre-
ie hit many friends who so
Mnlliotered to his sutferiogs
tf sudden demise, of hi
Lhi ald begl to assure them
Wll never forget these kind-
t_


J'EClAL PRICE LIST.
lliuntr lty eXXX.................$1 50
XXXX ..................... . 300
Gold Medal........ ............. 8 00
Old Baker. ................... 8 00
Royal Seal .......... .... .. 4 0
Lewi 'ld. ....................... 6 00
Corn Whiskey .......... 1 4 to 8 OC
iUn ....... ............... 1 50 to 400
Cas" t.iodi At lowest prices. Extra
,charge for jlug: ,-rga1 1.oe; 1-gal-,
lI ; 2-eal., 26c. We will allow price
charged for jigs returned to uls.
Goods boxed it desired. 6-16-wlm


Fmku s Jack "Order Yo
Swh .s From


~THOS. M. RAY,

i tll II *Il l . I' 10
'(, s *u i l'tll I- e a .. ,... 1%

ilA Kis III All . k ed in nicat box. case
a g 111 tyl .. vwant your holiday hltiinlss
Iw srn m an'd a 1 trat you righRt. Send Ie your
o erk .r fI ,ia promlpltlhilnlent.
d A iir. I.. l .. ..., TA.. ilatka, Fla.


---a- Fi 0 rj11n ITnl
I* Terit s 10 for lnes n.
at aral S trlrlb

tB M ,AVIS"


O14.5It.'tH t1
I4 ',
Si M,- i t l< Alohua tfntauntf.
l to'rl'l.i .:r.!dl .4. !i't t i. .I 'tO>iutiWit>bl e >lrowed
Sanid it %i. tIer,.l,t. dwha rie. ,
I JA. i
A4AW* %mrilrnEor t at e of


p' !


THOMAS


NOTICE'


The Gainesville

Furniture Company

Announce the opening of their
Mammoth Household Furnishing
Store between October 1st and I
10th. We will display the larg-
est and most up-to-date stock
ever brought to this iMarket.
Our new stock will consist of 4
Stylish Bed-Room Suits, Odd
Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chif-
fonniers, Iron and Brass Beds,
Sideboards, Buffets, China Closets,
Extension Tables, Diners and
Rockers in all styles, Book Cases,
Secretaries, Center and Library i
Tables, Mattings, Art Squares,
Rugs, Etc.-in fact, everything
to be found in a first-class fur-
nishingh house. Prices guaran-
teed to be correct. Parties c6n- I
tenmp! Eating the purchasing of
anything in ou l ine will save
moileby by waiting for our Granid
Opemnig. Watch this space for
further announcements' of our
O pening.


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to a iev bw. A. Sii
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tSW olt ilt-. ,I

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or idsa. r Juds
l e r o f ir tithe tXat et
:t i m t5^, ', ,

oaufeioqr.iru tall
rtao O l UOrf iu
FuiteTrerNe ;i ati s f .

rort T o ,bies, of Vro ti.
*o( Flor . . s .*', '

For Coftsui Jnrwe.
tCr.lo .t , V.. 1
'r CoNt Treueiarar
county ,uirteba of (e1ip

t'iubllon Moisten, of 1 s Co 1 eatu O
Tittre Nleiareot Atnomi
FPor Justliue of tt P i
tL iWt JOstles Dhr Eitt. i to 3
;. l. t 11it, It. IX& in. Ilo. wi i It iUl|
For Conatahle In foil lav I u,
tl.c iI efae. s.e 10. Ibt I. f. i
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