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 8, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02291
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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I I 1.1 thliBtle ate the prous.
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la wfarg :tnal the do.

Snl eh WMi lleUui Children.
TpYII ttwo.neh.b,,oet. 7.-P. 0. Col.
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,l e tAh eir dl p i ,, house on,
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it *ccumtmudatllonn for young ladies. Parents may tr 1fe
ern to the seminary kAowing they will receive the very
deints will be under strict mUltary discipline. All ttli-
aught regularity and prompt obedience to authority.
not be permitted.
r of coaurne are sustained. All arO thoroughly practi-
all of our CJtmeroial and Shorthand graduate havet
itioni.
of twelve able instructore-each a specialist. No schll
i State has a better health record than East Florida
nrn, U. S. A., siay of the enminary : "The dici!,! ilrn
p i.rfeet."
N FilEF. For catalogues, address
JERE M. POUND. Superintendent.
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Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizrs.
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Highest market price paid for Chickens. Etgl and other Prnd-a,"
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V. CHAIBELAINU THE DIOPAUR.,
1 OF A Pool Cotte* Trade."
VICTIM OF A MURDERER'S GUN uZ::"A,,J::-, i
St---- fo a dlalon of a Ip r*o,,B ofr lvei4
Wth W i CIROUIT COURT pool's e01ten trade, frio Am'rica,. hao
Igr O Sg TH RUIT COURT. rulte(, accordlnl to statement put
llthe ri hJrd~t, lu l. I~s rrasulr Amt with
Several Ca1s Disposed of, But 0Dy tl a the Leylanl ,e nai tl r a nceheste
SARE INDIGNANT Prassd Largely in Arguments. it Lrr, JlhIliel, af Mac e nc' ealtes
SThe session of the oireuit court Vli-by the twi o a( 0,, lla w hbl rto
ed l. r Home of De. day was along the lines of every day the purpnotae of carryIngl entl, cargOes
w Miles From Micanopy, dulinga the week. A few eaies were dtlrv(t from New ()rleanjs to MsnAh,,
nulori Have Beon e8.- alth anldd disposed of, but the greater trt.
nd Bloodhounds Out. part, of the day was olll .lmed in hear- The I Le!an4 line steamer' Cl!ta, s*
iliK rguiunlents. In fro u NeW., Orleans aLbomt the pid-
f (Jnetlt V. Chiambrl r. Monday will begi the erimniual ilea of October will. It ais Mdl4. Ian#
one of the nmot wide. wrck, when It is believed a large nunt- gurate thet ne w departure and ttlfrea
ost popular young mna hebr of ecaes will be disposed of. ter two colspanld will i ake alternas
I dead. The grand Jury is diing exoeileht fortulinhty sallinga.
etim at a late hour Fri. work, having made another report Fri-
f one of the foulest and day, returning several true bills. It is Hold Cuttoi Is Pools'A Advie.
murders the county has presumed that the jury will adjourn Monmt)mrdery, Ala., Oct. 7.-Cominle
id the entire county is for today out of respect to (iorge M. sloner of Agriculture R. IR Poole, I
rtheaffair, ani all dur. Clamnberlai,. a member of the jury sn open letter to the farmers ot t6lt
're scouring the woods who is afflicted with the sudden and state' adlvi"e them to hold their oot
y assassin, who was a deplorable death of hi son, Garrctt ton unless they could gel 10 cen0t.
V. Chamberlain.. Mr. Poole was very close to the erop
on Was Meager. In his etlmnate of last year. On Oc.


lulars of the murde are Rochelle Ramblings.
n.id despite the lot. earnest IRochelle. )Ot. 7 -Mrs. E. F. Zet.
I sure somen definite infoer. rourer and intelligent little son spent
lit wee impossiLle to do so. Thursday at the waterworks, the
reporter visited the telegrnph guest of Mrs. T. Kelley.
Sd endeavored to get the news, J. W. Adams, more familiarly known
only source from which any- ns "iHappy Jack," returned to Lake.
14 be secured at all was Mia. land after spending a week with rela.
jree miles distant from Ta. tives.
the telegraph office at that The ice cream supper given Friday
closed. night proved a grand sucoess. It was
Fennell received the only given for the purpose of purchasing
Information of the tragedy school bell. Proceeds amounted to
at W. N. Oraig of the Atlan. tweaty-six dollars. We certainly feel
Line at Mlanopy, and this thankful to ur eltfilent teacher, Prof.
on conveyed nothing but the cwenl, for the interest he is taking in
hat Mr. Chamberlain, who the school.
his wife In a wagon, was as. J. A. Mrrell of Trilby is the guest
by a negro who met the of his "little friend" thls week.
te road. Mrs. Chamberlain Miss Pearl Perry of St. Augustine is
Petrated over the excitement visiting Mrs. T. J. Perry.
iwl impossible to get the de Little Johnnie Holder left Tuesday
her. It is supposed that for St. Itie, where le will take a
wa Iaitautameous, as the wound "fair view."
rightful one from the contents Miss Liszie Tuoker is visiting her sis-
n. The load entered the ter, Mrs. Mae Duke, of Dunnellon this
psh-ut, when he fell back in the week.
;iaed. Miss Vallie Grace of E 'nston spent
io Name or Description. Sunday here, the guest of Miss Mabel
Zetrouer.
.tlogram did not give the te. Zetrouer. re-
nor a description. This .Mr. and Mro. Bruce Zetrouerare re-
y due to te act thst joleing over the arrival of a little baby
pmbebly due to the fact thtby
'Coln did not kno. b by.
rasldid no reeipO t of Miss Julia Tillman of Ileddielt i
lgiately upon receipt of the 1n. visiting her sister, Mrs. Jones.
I In this city George Cham. Dr. Johnson of 3icanopy was at-
who is serving here aa me ten n k Monda
the grand jury, wac tre ond Mi.ss Agnes Zetrouer left Saturday
ahe sverhoal s had i nevereot o or Arreodondo, where she will teach
udseveral times had it not ,shol. Miss Agnes will be sorely
Other support and consolation missed in our midst.
rHde he would have broken down
f ~ l he news r Mr. L. V. Meye and children of
_C os train. The news created a -Tampa are visiting Nres. W. L. Meyes
4i4ea of excitemenitad indiagna. .this week.
hte, and in a short time strong Bob Evina, one of Evinston's prom-
refamined men.wererm..i, n ,d an
to he i ties where it nir h Sting young nen, paid our town anll
off to he veite e agreeable call Sunlday.
iible the negro would be appre. Sewel Beckham of Windsor has
M. Dozens volunteered their ser- again accepted a position with James
to SherifFennell. and several older. We are glad to see "Bright
Sleft the city in the early night .Twell" behind theeountfr once rore.
nlog brave and determined men, Miss Georgia Zetrouer returned from
pledged themselves to keep strict iTampa Wednesday.
Ion all highways anl approaches
This morning. I unfortunately Card of Thanks.
ood hound were at Fairbanks. To our dear neighbors who in their
Iherll Fe..neel'lolato tline in loving kindness helped as In many
lag for them, nnd about midnight ways nd who. in their loving sym.-
himself with the dogs to the atihy, watched with us in our great,
Victim a Good Man. aiitiction. and all those that were at
the burial of my beloved daughter.
eaaed was about thirty years of Blirdie, and thotv that helped us in any
and married 11' was a son o way, I pray our dear Lord to bless
tad Mrs. George M. Chamberlain them for all time and give them grace
Iama, and was ri .. of the bnst tolove Him. Mu:. J. IH.SrY. iv 1 .
Sand most popular young Imia ewberry. Octolbr 5.
tleetion, .1'wu&ys active, ener-
atd obliging, he numberetd his To Cure a Cold in One Day
is bi arcui a itancS e, and this ..... ...: ... .... ,,,,; ,; ... r in


ible affair has edast a )loom not on-
Over the community in which he


bolt in other sections where lie
O known, especially (iainesville.
i ews of the tragedy spread ralid-
ad within an hour after the re-
oef the tclegraom it was tihe talk
ke city.
Mr. Chamberlain Home.
pon receipt of the sad nmesage Mr.
berlain, father of the victim, who
Ierving on the grand jury, ap-
ld Judge Will, and was excused.
left about is o'clock for the scene
i said that Mrs. chamberlainn ,
Of the deceased, is grief-stricken
an extent that sle was uncon-
Sfor several hours. had it not
for this fact more dellnite infor-
as to the tragedy night have
Meeured.
Sainl will be spared to apprehend
illlty party, and it is ti Le I oped
Le will be captured before he, can
in escape.
Sbereaved relative in, this at
Son, with other frienlIs, ex
srem'pathy.


I t axati veI|lL iromIui *JUIiln LaU-
lets. All druggists refund the moine
if it fails to, cire. E. W. (irove's sig-
ia:ure is on rarch libox. 25a.

The Slocum Disaster.
New Yi, i. (c0t. 7-A hItter frmn
Prisnll,,nl lto. vtColt' secretary ha.
1j'e i r;:1I i -for a 'e lla ,lno g of 5.i
r''lntvi of( pet.ursons who dtedl on t he'
exv'iur:lti'n toam ( ur (;it r wral SloImtn. I
was in r'I ply to iontll sFelt It) the ampo
nation luast .ee lno ildaunclng tht a
tion of the local st( am)batl islpectorp
in placing thea bLamin for the disaster
on the Sl Iwuni' ollctars and crew. Sec
retary lAweb's reply was to the effect
that the commission appointed by the
president is expelliting Its report and
that "absolute justice wm he done."


tolte-r J.m IsJi,l he eatlatetd the AlmI
hamna crop at I.)4Q0,4O) IIales; It was
on!y 20,0 .,o ,Iore. lite estimated the
whole crop at 10>,471.Oiu bajles and thb
record alow it to have been it,41s.06f
hale*.


A BATH IN NATURE'S SULPHUR
SPRING.
All ts Health and Tone Obtained by
Using Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.
With this most valuable internal
and external tonlo, everyone may have
at home all the health-bringkin luxury
of sulphur bathing.
Other most valuable properties of
this sterling prepartton result in Its
onferring a clear and highly beauti-
fled complexion on those who use Han.
look's Liquid Sulphuraooording to dl.
retions.
It is nature's greatest germicide, a
eure for acne, itch, pimples, herpes,
burns and scalds, prickly heat, dlp-t.
therla, rinFworm, etarrh, canker and
soreness of scalp, eyelids, nose, mouth
or throat.
Principal druggists sell it. Deerlp.
tivre booklet of Halecok Liquid Sul-
phur Co., Baltimore, Md.
30,C0 WILL ATTEND.
Saturday Is Chicago Day at St. Louis
Exposition.
Chicago. Oct. 7.--Chlcaso'a s to the
number of 30,04)0. It Ia estimated. ill
be In attendance at the celebration ol
Chicago day at the St. Louls expotl
tlon on Saturday.
Great crowds of them, led by fhe
Chicago Press club. which had a spe
clal train over the 'Prlaco line,, left
Chicago early today followed by meme
hers of the board of trade who depart
ed in two section over the Alton,
the I'nlon Club on the W'abaah and the
Chicago Athletic assoclatton over th
Illinoln Central train at 1:4a and a
train left over the Alton at the same
time.

Georgia State Fair.
Don't forget the great Georgia State
Fair to be held at Macon. ( a., October
1I .2,. 104. Atlantic Coast Line offers
low ecuirsion rates. One fare plta. 26
cents plui, 60 csnts adinission, for the
rouutd trip. flalf rates for chiklren
over five and under 12 years of age.
Rate of one cent per mile distance
traveled will apply on military and
lIrass bands. -2rr nmro in uniform.
No painst harv heen spared in making
this ont of the greatest State fairs
ever given by the State of (iorgia.
Tickets will beli old Oc)tober 17.-2th
incllsive. good to return to and in.
cluding November lst, 10l.
Stage Career Not Intended.
Wva'hington, ()rt. 7.--Mrs. Florence
Mayhrick lha written .toi her attorneys
here pooitIvely denying repixrtf that
ahe intended appearing on the O1tage.

Confessions of Priest.
Rev Jno. 8. Cox of Wake, Ark.,
writes: "For 12years I nsffered from
yellow jaundice. I consulted a num.
her of phyilcians and tried all soris
of medicines, but got no relief. Then
I began the use of El-etric Bittes and
feel that I am now poured of a disease
that had me in its grasp for twelve
years." If you want aa reliable med.
icine for liver and kidney trouble,
stomach disorder or general debility.
get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed
by all druggists. Only 0e.


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Money enough to buy a box of Pills?
Then be thankful I It mess so much to have a box of Ayer's
Pills always In the house, Jut one pill as bedtime, pow and
then, snd you seed have aq fear of billlows ttsck ick-heed.
eheas. Indltestona. conastlio oSi. Sad fr Ixty vPrs-. is I


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$29.65 $22.3
On sale daily. (ood fifteen days. On lal TeeOjad
Ire OIN llill

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thig not to be found in ordinary ready-to-wear garments.
W y d Wnally with the unknown quantity of doubtful
ake, whon there's the absolute certainty of always get-
ta~jg'proerly made garments here at the right prices.
t4 like These ln the Picture -' And Other Kinds at $6.50
For Lo Uttle Price a ... to $10.00.


SItisnot
you get for


a question of how little you pay, but how much
What you pay. That is the secret of real economy.
"'*rep In and let as talk It over.*


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i.i H Outfitter to Particular People.


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tIi r tW could not
BB na~l to Ga.IlwTllile, Ala.,
r-pw# of la lTally,
lieu llir Tria.
i ?t, T,-ltI the Iroquol
Ual ? lilna ,Manlier Thorn,
Stan Sad Stege Carpenter Jae.
wlre p rted a change
i o a.oteter county. The
Stt a tfair trial could not
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ENDEL
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


ATLANTIC TRAINING SQUADRON.
Na spend Greater Part of Winter in RESPO IBL COMPANIES.
Per aciolr, PF, A A LI A CORRECTLY WRITT.-SN 1 OIICIES,
,Wasmhngton, Oct. 7.-Rear Admiralr L R TYo T
coasampgderin*chief of the At b ft LIBERALITY or P1lIc1Y VoNTRACTS
W1 conmmapder.In.ehief of the At. Cnder PROMPT PAY T o E.
Isatle training squalron, bha recomPROMPT PAYMET or iL ES.
illded that the sqmaron spenil the We cover these important points and respectfully
Sgato palt of the winter in Pensacola solicit a share of your business.
barber and that vicinity.
He says the facilities for boating, lt
- -" """, ". Fi Life, Accident ad Health ha race.
Olleals are us laposed to favor the
reoIomenlndtlon and if this plan Is fol.
lowed the training squadron will not -- Agents for the
go to Culebra to participate in the
this wintrVictor Safe and Lock Company
A New Verion. CiLOir z3n ti, L 1 io.
The laltimore Son s responsible for The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
thl following: "Early to bed and earij ing the purchase of a safe, or anything In that line,
to rise doe very well for the sick foll from a box to a bank vault, will save money
Sad Iguys but It makes a man miss all by consulting us. Call on or address,
the Ilon till h dies anti Joins the sti ff, C A
that have gone to the sikle. Go to bed CUt 81HN (A4 C HX11 wL,
whnr you pleas and lie at your eas; Information cheerfully furnished. GAINEBVILLE. FLORIDA
foalldie Just the same of some latin
atdiges,." & _le__l e r e er^^^^.^^l^^, LUa",eiq


ftepubllcans Name Slakemore.
Irmtlngham, Ala., Oct. 7.-The R
VUblteln exect:tve coinumlttee, of ti
linth conTreslonal distret, at a nre
Iag here nominated Pr'fessor Jol
T. Blakemore, of Iirmnlngham, I
on'gres In place of J. 1. Armstron
who declined the nomination. Pr
teasor Blakemore is also the Republh
m alaminee for presidential elect
trom this district. fHe recently chi
leased Captain Richard P. Hobso
Deammratle nominee, for elector
large, for a Joint debate on nation
eampalpn Isaies. anIl R. P. llobson hi
Accepted the,'crhallnge.
A Love Letter
Would not laterat you if you'
looklnl for a guaranteed ailve fi
trs.oburnr or pllt.. Otto Id I
ei ewrEll*t "laared wil


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AT LAST I HAVE IT FOR TEN YEARS.
The Montezuma Hotel
At OCALA, FLORIDA.
On the A. C. and S. A. L. Ry, V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
None Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.
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nu..x B. F. JORDAN,
LCCIDTlOl IN
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S'IN aMDy Coi INSURANCE
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Have you
Bought your
Fall Bqit yet?
Or ae you trylfato quieee
Silittle more wear out of
that Bummer Suit already
looking seedy I
Better come here and
take a look at our snappy
array of
Sclml HIand.lored Clothing
For FALL and WINTER,
before all the choicest pat,
terns have been gobbled up.

You can't tell these
clothes from the high-
e t class merchant


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ail malter,
1, ai o Add Publsl r.
u OAiId t5L Asulite diltor

SD. I tNHAM, Hollhtor
i Orirrru BLDICK.
Spet, Tr. TaW, moea 4
,wr ,pbUbtet every moramin eo-
dellvree br carrier in l ee Oly.
s rsof the tUated ltaspoWac-
pIr lr5i.tah I* si onbes; lI.5
i 0 eeat. for eve weekl-

ita loeal eotmn t 10 eni a
,s4 a enus for each ar .
radvertring wa4el known

IWreet Su Is an s Cti,-isae.
Spapr pubUtlied every lIai-
a. eand ootlstr a:t the
weeWN, local, state and ten.
MiIea i o, poetae free. to sar
le4 StateU orCanada. for l.00

lm beoa tose e after frs
|- aredtsaeat. unless otherwls
eiWtraes Parslesenot known so
aile to v Tfor a tdvertllas ln ad.
STR DAILY SVN.
Oussnuvrius. Fa.

ATIC TICKET.
,o Pelr Presmdent.
WON B. lPAIIKEl
0 New York.
pVlt^pr 'reId tent,
NBY G. DAVIS
aiW t Virginia.
State, Beuntor,
P. TALAFERRU O.
ipf 2nl Dtstrict,
li CLARK.
Menatitli Electors,
V P, BAILEY.
IA. JENNINGS,
B tAD. KOONCE.
7 A 'LNEWTON.
8I-B. TONEMAN.
Governor.
OLEON B. BILOWARoD.
sglet0iry oif State.
UV7 CI AWFORD.
(tgerney-(Geernl.
MIALIAU H. ELLIS,
Comptroller.
A. C. CI(OOM,
L IIbate Trs'umlre,
lIAM V. KNOI'T.
aiMdet of Puble Instruction,
,M. HOLLLOWAY.
longer of Agrlculture,

IaoE l.. o.t. a. '
Ndl Comniitslotier,
OBIN L. MOIRGAN.
INrnie Court. Six Years,
tNW'ICK TAVLOI.
Sieapreme Court,
S. COCKIRELL.
Ia $ ACKIr.EFOID,
S3. WHITFIELD.
4FLr mOgntwthem.
OA. hSBO Roi';H,
X. M. TIL.IMAN.
I County Jadme,
I O. Mason.
Sheriff
:L W. FW. EI.LI.
S.lk Cirii. t Conrt,
. I. .WI EXGE8.
STeax Acseeor.
*: W. COLSON.
Tax Collr'tort,
W. D. DICKI .SON.
5Bdent of 'utllll Instruction,
DK. J. r,. KEI..I.:Y.
SCounty Triinrr,,r
RI. H.HOBEIITSON.
Co .ty utmrv or .
;SiMPE8 CnOXTOrN.
StntrV Cromanarlolicrs.
J0. DA.MP1Ez.
. 0 ). (ORTEEN.
, C. I'EnItlcK.
I P. F. PTArU \oI.,
1. P. ITOWNSEND.
better o0f T. A. DOKE.
I J. MARTIN.
IB. WEEKR.


ttlon of a large terminal
Ion with every facility for
discharging vessels, in
l11 to be constructed, has
I popn at New Orleans.

of tabi year's grqwth,
Iy Uoaneae and measuring
es in eirdaumferenoe, Is
I She World' Fhir in the
t0l Malwhbant of the


_______ PW)1


vua FOR HWOLLOWAYV.
Ilrellren of the pros, quit your
kieklng, quit "'knocking," qult waring,
and dedelde like 'true Demorat to
swallow the entire Democratio tloket,
Holloway included. He Was noml.
pated by a majority of the white
Drtloarratio voters in tile State, and
he should receive the united support
of the Demooraey of Florlda. All tll$
stuff about that letter was discussed
before the primary vote was taken
and the people said they preferred 'Hlul
luway with all his faults to hstsls with
all hills elf-lainmet rightenusness. We
know nothing about the letter or at y
words that may have been inserted in
it, but Mr. Shoats evidently Intended
that Iooker Washington iltould speak
to the uperintendients in the same hall
alher ithi coLntnion wras hold, and
from~t tle sane platform from which
the white speakers spoke, and he ex*
peetel Wasliinutoi to Instruct the
white aupeslntendents aI to the best
methujs to be employed in the educe.
tion of netro children, and we have no
doubt Booker feels pretty sure over his
friend's defeat,but ail this controversy
and trouble might .Lave bea avoided
hail not Washingtal disgraced him-
self by eating a meal with Teddy, the
great egoatltiael curiosity whose ad.
drss is the White House, Washington.
D.C. We had a very high opinion of
Booker prior to that incident, but now
we have no more respect for him than
we have with the cabinet offers who
aBdsciate with Teddy all the time, A
fellow min'lt suffer for the company lhe
k-'epc.
S~om- of our )emnneratio papers are
urging the voters In their counties to
support Mr. O'Neal, the Republiona
catididate for State superintendent,
saying he is a aice fellow, ete., whleh
may he true, but this msst never be;
Florida must not have a Republican
superintendent of schools. The Re.
fblicans are as strongly wedded to
social equality between the blacks and
whites a a heathen is wedded to his
idols; he must be, for ever since the
war nearly the Republicans hre owed
every election they have won to the
negro votes polled for the ticket, and
they are in honor bound to force soelal
equality upon the white people of the
South if it iL possible to do so.
The State superintendent has a
great deal of power, and it may be pos-
sible that Mr. O'Neal would decide to
use that power in such a way as it
would be most obnoxious to the white
Democrat of the State. Of course he
would never be able to enforce coedu-
cation of the races, but he might try
it and bring all sorts of trouble. We
have not the slightest doubt but that
Mr.o'Neal is qulite as bad a man as
3M. Holloway.
kingig at Mr. Holloway in the very
worst light lie is presented to us. and
looking at Mr. O'Neal, knowing his He-
publican inelinations, we are to con*
elude that we are tip against two evils,
and we mnust choose the lesser of the
two, and as Mr. Holloway is the lesser,
we take him, and every other Demo.
crat Phould do the same thing.-Live
Osi: Crescent.

If tile army of birds were destroyed,
it has b.een estimated that in the
course of pine years the world could
not be inhabited by man in spite of
all the sprays and poisons that could
be manufactured for tlhe destruction
of insects. All crops, all fruits, every.
thiinl which suppuCts human life,
would in a comparatively short time
be deri royetl by alujI and insects.

Th lm ndlern bullet will Iierce the
cr aracii"o, three horses iin suesesion
at .~.O yarnl, of four at half the dis-
tan"'., Bnd ine will kill a man after
passing throigli thir trunk of a thick
tree
'Li i, hias not been a goNl season for
the ice man, but tie coal nman is soon
going ti bat and feels it ihn hiq bones
that Ii,' ir going to maake a home run.


SI %It; or 0 1l, t"cIry rv T i> 1-, 411.
Li. Co rtI 'rY
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chenley ,t Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, county and State afore-
paid, and that said ilrm will pay the
stnt of 'ione Hundred Dollars for each
ad every case of Catarrh tllat cannot
~be cured by the us of Hasll'. Catarrh
Care. FtAxu FK J.1 ('1KV.
tWiorn to bIfore mlpe nld oub,O*ribed
inl ry iresence0 thi 'tl1i day of )Decetm-
ter. A i I ,
r 1 I I .iNotary P thlse.*
I.tll'r Catarrh 'i tr.- i x lokwn inler.
Il ly. n.. I .ctstdirem ly *r t the Ilood
1, II- mliik.tl irface'" a' itlW t ent.
.(,d l,,hor &!": illon alt r e
I J: ,. ie|I' .y At 0' 1. '* i' d ,l. <1,
Sold b y al druggists. 75'.
Take lsal's Family l'lllfor 0eol4ni
lawOP


The, lD*aer tor ot;em.be pr.aeti'
4dvaiternetles for winter for tdulte
and little folks, Those Who have a
winter wedding ing propete will appre*
Ilate For the Holidra Bride." offering
briUal tollettes, golng.away giown.
trellnga eoat and ooatumes for the at-
ledants at the ceremony 'I"Catering
for the Home Weddlug," glilnltgdalnty
and inexpensive menu, sad '"tlquotte
Hinft," illustrating the lteat in wed-,
ding iarlatiton. '"Points on ress*
making" follows in line with Isugge
tions for the a*rangement of the veil
wrath nlll other ateeeloriel regard
Ing wiiicht tihe prospective bride is us-
ually nnorrtain, and "Her Crowning
(iilory" present hair dressing sufll-
clently varied to suit lay feae, Wo-
men -who coatemplate making
Chrlstmxs gifts for their teilend
will fnd this number of The t6.
signer to be a fond of faney-work
information. In eatenralnmeits ire
offered a novel drill, "The Red lana'
Thanksgiving." 'A Tbanahgirlug
Cornluopl Party" and "An Arob.
auolulical Party." Ida lanes on.
tributes a pretty love story. "In the
World of Today." and W. Ltlvin-
ston Larned a droll tale for the tote,
"A TransferredThanksgIrlnl." "Ohl.
na of the White House." by J, L. liar.
bour, pictures tihe many quaint por*e.
lain relies which bare been discovered
It. odd old hiding places In the hlstorle
mansion. Those who have vllted the
it. Louis exhibits and partook of
the queer res palatable dalatlis therw
offered will be glad to renew their ao-
qualntanae with some of them through
the ageney of "Foreign Cookery as
the World's Fair," byi Srb Wladle
Landes. The, three departsasnnt ed
cited by the readers of The DPeiga.
or: "What Women Are doing," "The
Mothers Club" and "Relpl Aleng the
Wa" are far froa being Ile least In-
tS*eting part of the mapgine, tad
give to it a pleasant personal el.
meant.

Robert E. Peary has anaouneed that
e will again attempt to re5lh ti
North Pole in a apeelally oontrneod
vessel, in which he will emstark eat
summer. _

The president ought to nfer the.
Bpooner asrimmag lan WiseMoati to
the peace eonferene ast the Hague.

The British announce that they in.
tend to leave Tibet. It they le it,
it will be because they ean't lift It.

Joseph Jfeferon, best beloved f
American sators, has ended his stage
career.
Every interesting woman is a spoilt d
child. The rose must know that It is
lovely.
Stripped of all her tinseldrapperies,
what a shivering old ballet-daneer life
is! ______
I'nstat costuO.atle...
JohlnnI. -tly., papi. iplawig counter-
fekt money It uiliwful, isn't 117 PnpAi
--;er. Jolhnjlly- Well. Iapi. If it mrnl
w.as walking along tle street ansl saw
a ten dollar counterfeit bill utpon the
alrdtwailk sad dilld not pkrk It up
wouldn't he be guilty of paslusg outml-
terfeit mouey and couldn't he be atr
rested and put in Jall? Papa-More
likely the lunatle asylums. Now you
may go to bed. my son.-Clnclaatl
Commercial Tribune.
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Trieaury. ISharesftA l y,

Mine directly wines of the .ol R
sad LeRol N0o. 2, WVar EaIle Sad n g w
tre Star, four of the largsC t I lold-cop el m ~i
per mlnes in the world, all of whiobel iwie
have paid large dividends. the las a
p'Same'ldentical ore and velin No l e
now In sight on the, 110 FOUR. Large 1n a be ad u ai
ore bodies. ats
Assays from $6 to #.00 in gold, cop. e thb, balam tiW
pe.r, liver, er. Very riah display as Om al
now on exhibition in the city ore o. e.iS
hibit euslinlg wide comment. Oommlsleir )t
We have nearly two miles of il. Ti or buirlali
way on Big Four property wibh wartr
and timber in A bundanee. Tlrow a i i
Roesland ore shipments for I 9w i
860.000 tons. whipped for 10N, abhout feolIUo. Idtittld
410,0A0 tons. Tolr lue rof Rooland Sbli il h bL
one mined, to,3,(E)0,. writer, e.

Pliele Nte Prie at AnY4006i0t

15 Cents PER USa *
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,!,~&1) ghoesd o ji fre conjkrati ,, for th I,l tlvw."*
t i what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
know what you are buying.


PR. DIV*R3 U. MaOIlRi,
.. .DENTI8T....

04 over Nlasws Iolel. All work iuUW

XD'0 BE. 1 IXY,
O lT OPA'TH.

An < l la"es64fully trare(d without
4n (ltuita l inf& ation tIU ,.
UMM 6U (U...t 41> u


ATTOtNEY AT LAW,
GAIMeIVILLI, FLORIDA.
0an sell your sity property, (Im.
protr ai&4 unltmpDvedru pliplatue,
ruolinjera d form lalsauds. $nad him
a Itt ofbst yon offer for ale, 2l4n

' I E L. IAKEi.,
ATTOiNEY-AT-LAW,
... OLI(CITOR IN 1CIANCERHY...
OAINESVILLE. Alachu ,Co., FLA.
015tl in Eadel Blook.

DR, J. H, ALDERMAN.
D0 N> TI w.

0(i-Wl"4UB1aa to Cowo MA.Brt wart.
DKENTI&ST.
(aseeesor seslotrA Aledrsajl
over oases aOa ankals. Qa* se
14 atnhom screws saitlrtse wor



Oratdut BIalUteor Collge Dental Surrery
vn rens' emzxpefeneo a New York City.
Mre.*wrido rk t "sa lln BiW peSIatle.
A" WOea G uAMA TAn.
O IaI N lter, Law Excharge.
G4iemas u.Ls. n^.
THi WEST END.,
1UEl WINES, LIQUORS A OIGARS
JOIr N NIES, Proprietor. N
814151 W.. R at.. JOkoitlVn*. Ila.
altst beer, bottle ad durught. Don't
ell to eill on me when in Jaoksonville

DR HAbRY LEE .A'RVI.S
(Wt IhDr. U. IL Tsvn).


DENTAL SURGEON.

0o 1 n tI:ler Law zxehange,
'iAINESVILLE. FLOHIDA
CRYSTAL SALOON,
Frank Uardner. ProWr
acksonville, Florlda
Beet Imported and lomestio Liquon
and Wine in the oily.


SOUTHER_ RY.

WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE

Bedt Lia to St. Louis

Superb Dining Car Service
Stop-overs, going and returnoing, at
Atlanta. Knoxville. LouiAville. Ashe-
ville and principal ,North Carolina
mountain resorts.
See High Bridge (highest railroad
bridge in the world). Famous Blue
(Hrae Region, Lexington and louis-
rille.
Free reclining chair can and high
alass day coaches. Through Pullman
sleeping oar Jacksonville to St. Louls,
Folder. rates eta cheerflllyfur.
aished4upon applHltica to J. O. Lusk
District Paeseager Agent, li West
lay St. Jacksonville, Fla.


WB. DIAW, S


nirsiNDiIOUl
Jacksonville Florida. i




6s. Evetnrd's Canada i
RED STAR. I
As good as any and matter then uiw
Beer. MIds of Hop and Malt
and NOT RICE.

Per Barr ........ $1
Per Dozen ...


Illinos i
RAILRIAI. !
DI1CT NOUITE TO TiHE

St.. Louis BEpositlo
TWO TKA118 DAILY,
la eeametllem with W. A A. 4.
., c. A Ht.' L. R'y. fhs AtlaAt.
Lv. AtUanta wUs. t.,. Ar. St. LotTe btrl
Lu. 's" sOp.p, A r. eL -outknrl(y
THROUGH SLEEPING CAI#
--FROM-- *'^
S0oria, Florida u

ROUTE Oy THE FAMOUS -
DiXIE FLYEt
Carry n the ouny aomaln sle*tglmnear ft*'r
Atlanta to t. ILoai. Tbl ear leaves Jmsakm
vllUe dair ttl p. a.. Atlanta aa a. aW., hrO
Fou the entire ia St. Loaub to got losate
or ras tfroa your oly, World'm a frOi*,
Book nad hedule. eeplng ear reasrva rUomi
aso for book n*bowin botetls anm boodNha
boure. quotUn their rats, write to
FRED D. MILLER,'
Tnrvemlla PMseiger Agent,
No. I BrOw BNlldlr0, ATLANTA, SA.

MAX KRAUSS,
Representing


E.A. WEL & CO., '"
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of All Dewrilptlns.
Sole Agents for MO.N A It ai.d SNTIV
EIGN QUALITY Shoes. Every
pair warranted.


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WORLD'SS FI AT


Via L. & N. R. R.

Excurlson tickets now on sale daily
from Jacksonville to St. Louis and re*
turn.
$40.65-Tickets limited December 15.
$88.T---Tioeket limited sixty days.
$27.60-Tiekete limited fifteen days.
Corresponding low rates from other
points. The L. A N. il THE BEST
LINE to St. Louis.
Stop-over privilege allowed at the
world's famous Mammnolh ('ave is
. -101- 1 -1-- e--a . gh e_


SA eneridreoheon without xtira car .
|Also n Coauty Abstract Company, y -,.o:.,.,,*: .,,oo,.nnd el ...n.. .
5 J l11 ",. .t p -For rates, schedules and sleeping 0 1
uIIDre rmirvatiotn apply to
i G oL 'Lle, Plb o'i*d a. F g l dta |GEO. E. HIERRING, Fla. Il'*. Agt.,
ev d r m10 W. Bay St.. Jaeksonvillio. Fla.
COMPANY L. STONE U. 1. A.. .ouisville, KY.
T T& ,.._ _, RA TY nI N, Isis Vi" i i, ,in....., ..nt. .
AC & LRALITY hi { wlfttIn.ft RIc d's SaloOn id Cb
I. Il oo av m l Jacksosilles Florida
E .E, VOPl e MGtR. bought in Car Lots. Sold in any Jaksonville, Florida
E. E. VOZ tE..E. MOG R. -
Abtedaa1 Title am dtl Itfor etloa fatlaled l eadingRlandsl i this Meehaq Lonqh from 12 to qp.m.
Ma-tly. Our .mu ler elU lied In thle oont T u Ifrirty yetaur t a
S.I tIItoghly soevelsat with lad title. (t One I Our C'ataeo Bartkellsuy Relbeter also iaS

H|L H E V". C"YT jE-- Baird Hardware Co. '" """
p, AOOInNT., BURLARt AN",D IDruMNTY INsUrAiOl Repte.
e.ti2IA"& II1 S4eakI, lorK, ,71ob," l0ow
wv*5 It 41r. PWs l n ads, wl
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NTY SOLONS

J1U thy One, sd
|-I Tra ct d.

* ORDEIID PAID
S@nSreo ifl y Donated a
S t. W. o.T. U, for
it.n rtOtlng Fountain.
n of Board.
a tobeor 8--The Buard
|lalonaren met this day
of recolving the tax
as required by statute.
r Thomes, chairman
a d John U. Dampier,
ad by W. W. Colson,
i the books were not
t notls l adjourned un-
iNt at 9 o'eloek.
r 4.-The Board of
iJaQeler met this day
idjouarment of yeste.r.
T. F. Thomas, chair-
p Ier, T. Brysat, P.
XL. Jolbahno. Where.
Sbeing edlled to or-
0f the former order
without reading.
Sblll, were audited,
ordered paid:
Sudl)9r,140; L,. W.
Wrgufed aS jail, $:
*. JaliteW $30; J. H.
work., Bell Tele.
Soiea, *T; H. 0.
adSatampe $5.45; L.
( p Ward in sonvis.
'1Wslter all and
wlin whiskey at
|*;L.W, Fennell,
af Charlotte Cheat
lt L. W. Frnnell.
i;anirn Butt, babea
ioort; $.30; H o.
,"Iitlalag oomaitee,
Cheatham, lunatie,
p aros and witness
eaiCook, $6. 0; Z.
r and mileage, in-
$pt 8I; W. H. tRob-
ne tarer, -omelstlone
W, B. DB. ra ompany,
0,48 6; W. M. John-
1, 0; Dr. Ruff, pro.
e. ; Phifer Broe.,
Jall. -4; J. B. Doug-
for poor farm, $12.80;
and Electrio Light
t, ; B. Warren,
a wood, $16 50; W.
a missions on eollec.
J. 0. BrownI, work on
e0ourt house, $16; C. L.
Soveneer, W0.66; J. R.
troa road, 2265; UG. 8.
F 0o., sundries for roads,
F. Lumpkin, sundries for
T.'. Bryant, five days ou
lobry Everett, work on
0. 0. Slaughter. lumber
l5.78;J. Brown. team
on road, $67. 0; Wm.
i on road, 50 eents; T. W.
ala'e proportion for re-
fitht bridge, $2.41; E. L.
oisee on road, $14; T. 11.
an on road, $45; Chas I.d-
rte road, $13.04; H. II. lMc-
lishing collector's report.
lirdware Company, brick
as chimneys, 8$.76; L. W.
Iing prisoners for Septem-
Il fe in criminal eases as
kB. TilliH, J. P., $7.86; Geo.
, J. P., $8 l; P. 8. Fort-
., $3M94; L. W. Fennell,
A; J. B. Kennard, D. 8..
. Livingaton, D. S., $27.9o;
0t eonatable, $4.85: J. L.
IM; E. L. Johnson, road
ober, $176; T. F. Thomas,
ea,$200; D. 0. Edwards,
road east of (ainesville,
1 T. Brown, Services and
hlr farm, $68; T. L. Town.
n road. $2; A. A. MclRac,
Sroad team, $1.75.
euin of $lIliu int donated to
T. U. for thi purpose of
rlainiug fountain u l culrt
i, and that said amlounilt I
lttee of ladies consrisitirg
l. Fteh anrild l.\r. hiuorg,'
t as ttaeir platus art' > they required the IInoie) .
I. Stoke. i, Dtnivtl C'hester
night, having presented
I(tenty-live registered v't.-
that their Iames bit placdl
St eas mrlidnai'e fur tie' i.-
WI of the peace for Diitrict


Board haviingl helcked the
i booksand found tlhe lit
Strequired number of re-
e fhte above names were
Ihe ticket.
ider.and H. 0. Ura
the~ff' mi. from1


Oianwhvllo to Natural Bridge, begli.
pinl Mt a point Where said road erow
tke half motion line between then
rSd the ieorge Ekvans plate, tlhonee
ruaainag wst to where It will laterneot
the Alachua and Natural Bridge road,
ind that old road running through
Oravets'and Holder's property and by
St. Matthews church, and known as
the ol Bellamy r9ud. be and t'.e same
li hereby ordered dilcontiniurd.
That Wnm. Thouas be allowed to
change the public road leading orth
from Alaehua at a point where said
royal eroues section line dividing ied-
tlons 11 and 12, township N, range 1I.
a"d to run north along said station
line to a poit where It intersects with
the old Bellamy road.
That J. H. CSllivan be apipolinteld in.
spetor of marks and brands in Di.
tries No. 6 of Alashua county, and that
he be instructed to get up the required
bond and upon the approval of said
bond by the board he will enter upon
suel ditiesr.
That the bond of J. 8. Wolfenden as
notary public, with W. P. Sliettle*
worth and F. B. Hester as sureties, be
approved.
That the bond of J. M. Turner as in-
epeetor of marks and brands for Dis.
trie No. 16, wth F. Johnson and W.
S. Jackson a sureties, be an4 is here.
by approved.
That, wherea, W. If. Tion, D. 8.
Maya, A. 8ylvester. Ben Tilimean, A.
0. eld, George E. lickett, W. H.
Tudall, J. W. Ash.J. L. Shaw and 8.
T. Johnson, each having compiled
with the requirements of the law, that
they each be granted a permit to own
and carry a pistol according to law,
and that whereas Peter liatheock, W.
B. lligdon, J. L. thaw and W. 8, Tur-
ner, each hvling complied with the re-
quirements of tilhe law. that they each
be allowed and granted a permit to
own and carry a rife according to law.
The board adjourned.
The Best Doctor.
oev. H. C. Horton, Sulphur Springs,
Texas, writes July 19th, 1800: "Ihave
need in my family Ballard's Snow Lin-
iment and Horehound Syrup, and they
have proved certainly satisfactory.
The liaiment is the best we have ever
used for headhbea and pains. The
cough syrup ha been our doctor for
the last eight yeare" 2e, e oG. $1.00.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.



REDUCTION



...SALE...

H1 aving
Loxught the
stock of The
Thomas Hard-
ware and Seed ""
Company. we
will for the j ej
next Thirlty


Days


eel l


Matbmlke lans,
HOTEU FOR WIIKIG'TIl AND IPRI.
TI OF TONI, IBOWER ASD
DURKAIILITT,

eat io eo for alst turlnes eusat.,. u to i
wfs sewer thas othem. sosesrues4
mnet mnatuaur. aS mot aniua
Wortumrawol oCIutos.
Vp to ate every
delti ua Un.

Sold by us sontlnuoosly for

OVERE ltTTY. TWO TE S
without a sainle faila. It ryn
wuata pIaso for a lifeotia's
serise buy the


Prteuee oia as t an st tat
Osem r e ewr no, rseeast e Wla5t
utrW we pan r Irirt. WUet
for "we ee OPAY..


Take The At"anti1 Q u

FOM ALL IAitW




Rapid Tnmsuit ian
floe' war I TO


Ludden & Bates Ai

S thlnlbBe *nw *
SAVA fftAH,. .' GA
JOHN 0. mURPHY, mait _._

GATHER i BRYAN, Sltat Ag'tA
AltA, VRW. '|


IIYSTO IB BAKELY


L T. UCIAFn Pr1a
Couer ou mdu Crme etee


PoaMe sM


OAIMtIItILL. PLA.


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sfil



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roM *ve*r oWDu.
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S WOR

^^ REMEDY
Tui 61MUNUIEWI FAMOITE T~U.
sesme el siieTane&O
Tue eeleWe peeUsassi iSty ir
Ballard-Snow Lllanmet Co
o*. L.OUI. ae.
Fr sale byrW W. hL ....J .

REPUBLICAN

National, State and Congression.
al Ticket 1904.


Any Goods in the Store at Cost. Presidential Eliorsa.
C. F. Bulfum-Franklin county.
Geo. K. Robinson-Marion county.
The stLok must be redurd. Sew is the Geo. H. Holmes-Brevard county.
tinie to buy Feralture, Mtare, G. A. W. Wendell--addea oaoonty.
Paints, or anything ini eor k. M. Cushman-Alaehu county.
For Governor-llon. XM. B. Macfar.
lint, ('hep lane. Hillsboro.
T F. THOMAS Secretar of State-John F. Horn,
1 *310 onroe.
-------- Atturney-lieneral-Fred C. Cubber-
LCUA OUTY,,,, ly. y.
AICHU COIUNT 1 (Comtruller-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Treasurer-E. 31. Hreltford, Dade.
Arae aB s o'nty i & t'b rirod. e rtdl Superintendent of Public. Instruce
miii'. ,d rald, 6 |.stofi,''r. tionr-W ;. O)'Nea. Orange.
1.'; ibt!e c!i u, '. phil hat t Comminiisiorne'rof Agriculture-J. S.
aI i:t.. L ; il ?tie ," court :Iowley. Putniall.
S v ;, iv :r'.v 'ir rf;nd r, rIailartoadl Commtnitioner H. J.
k ; ,, r:.e, I S (r,
It, r .'. ;.tatue. iihrilja tr, i'r- :itehie. St. Johnut.
,gtK1. eat'ch ,'a. .rs. pluiom". pe- 1 Justice Suprent! Court for term of
i':ri ~Itd ali kild. f' vegtabl's. six year--W.. H. Sheppard, Eseambia.
SJustlice S iiprem Conrt--4). S. Farr,
Gainesville, the County Seati .. wr. u.
li, f ,rtI l ,1 .,h. tI tl e E 1' Axtel, I)Du al.
t . ; I* Iu ril t t lar)'. Congressional Ticket.
i' t ,- t l at l flirt .l. th. l i ,t V ir t Co[liresion! al Diitriet- E. H.
'.* r. r*, a r urr; ,tivin t i tri r (iunlby. Hillsboro.
u ,if t fact' r;s' .. Second 'Coigres.,inatl IDistriet-J., M.
r n 111"41kt a kntoria.qt
r ," :.i a to, ta to u,' t(ctlui .'. (,,ralage.
tIx, re Ir, .d two ferti:i.'er an-. It id Congrcssiontal Distriet-L. M.
ifatuit,.ri. cauoi 'lljiti'.n ,ie filler War,, Washington.,
ii.ar afact r 0 ) 'on rectify ing tu r- _ L _
peinaiic plant, ttwoi banks. and well .
stocked atotes e eabre ng everY- d
thing In the COmmrcial Adiet i The
i. 'W ft . *' i ^ ; ., , i'i'''i*'> ,: : ;,:i l j M ~ .al ii' ...'ik i :


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Northbood............ ........... r

CWCd, St. J. obL w '
BOtw*n JACKUOKoONVSIJ ep *1 A
Stopping at Palatha, Astor, 8t. Vrut .Bear (Doa).a
StesMer "OITY OF JArO
Lenve JacksonvilleS :a0 p. mi. ubda, d
Leaves Banford :30 a. ma Mondayis M-" aWed
Is appointed to ialls Ifolur w
southbowel.
SOe- drwa. .
Leave 8:10 pm ..... .... .....Jaekso ille................i ... .
8:4 pm ...................P... alata. ............
8) 0am.....................Astor ........
5:a I am .................... t. Frank i................ ';
I.............*e, ford (De 41 d)....
Arrive :80Uan ...... ........... ... 8m d ... ........ ..
10o:00am ..... ..... Eaerprb. .......t i .e. 1.., .
(iNEZRAL PASS. AN)D TICKET OFFICE, O M W. BAY 'I U
.M. "...f' I4rNNONOUE..J. At. A.lt. 'ai J A.OLS. UM 0We tSAA.INsW
W. '3.0. Co r.a Jr., I urelMb Atgent*r e S
A. C. BARY Up, B~' I At.t. .ew YOS. Yew
TH.OEU. G. E-tE1,
General Manaier. .


Send Us Your O


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SPowde,


S ves Health


e" of Royal Baking Powder is
Sfoito the heal iurnessof the
flood.


Ye Y t fern3, the food.
Al.m baking powder are injurious.

l Baking Powder saves health.

IIOVAL MAKING POWDI CO., hW YvoiK.


OTY AND

"CONDIENSED

terest Oath.


SA OOI80 AL ITM8S

and What is Goiln
in Sheet Paragraphs
Who Run May Read"

SAIIU.
aforle at The Sun
r orlip and fresh, at
o Bell is transacting

derful Salve for sale
IS Co.
avillo stop at the
saon, beat meals. tf
6 Oa of Joesville was
loer toa this clay yeter-

how of Alashua was
i ien ia this oity yes-

| aoadd-bhaud Denamore
rillbesold lheap. Ap-
Ar & Willon sowing ma-
ah. Oall on or ad-
d. awtf
A. L. Olans of the At.
HlJa has returned from an
bouth Florida.
Sof fNewberry was in the
by. He called at The Sun
(a his subscription.
I .f Larosse has returned
RO after a couple of days
Jsit, attending court.
IlM of Aliahua, one of the
itlasema of that section,
Wto thi sity yesterday.
i Ohrltopher Matheson
Sto High Springs, hay-
|ilSoned on professional

1r of the International
kashle Company has re.
F't brief business trip to

ta Mathews of Bland, one
idely known residents of
Was trading in the city

itlf T. J. l'erry of Ro-
i tbI city yesterday. hay.
Tend the session of the

ITo nicely furnhlisud
Seopvenient location ini
S08 East Liberty street,
i offnlee, tf
il DA levi a prominent at-!
*aaksonville who is well
IW city. is attending the
iMeisruit court here.
iterl departed yesterday
h, where he will spend a
'hi( father. Mr. Waters
trucking near that point.
*eville ainl children of
iamtong those who favored
'With a visit yesterday.
I hoaored The Sun with a
Kher subscription.
S of ligh Bprings, on
at engineers in the er m
,Atla tic oast Line, was
ytel ay,. lie was en
trville. where he will
ctaetion.


lsure with CIkse a Hill
Sheriff E. E. Johns of Starke was
among the arrivals In this city yelter.
day.
For Rent-titore Royal Cook former-
ly occupied. Address Thomasu V. Por-
ter. Jacksonville.
For sale-lipe-room residence and
lot, two blocks from square. Terms
easy. Sol Warren, Oaineaville. Fla. ts
0. W. Bauknight, the merchant of
Archer, was transating business In
this oily yesterday. He reported a very
good trade.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ettel have re.
turned from White Springs, where
they have been sojourning for the past
day or two.
Miss Moody, a charming young lady
of Alachua, was in the eitl yesterday.
Mls Moody is one of Alachua county's
efficient teachers.
John 31. l'revatt of Levyville is a
theeity. Mr. Prevatt is the father of
Mrs. W. W. Colson, and is the guest of
that lady while here.
Captain R. (I. Rose of Jacksoaville.
government contractor for the Jetty
work at the mouth of the St. Johns
river, arrived in the city yesterday,
having been summoned here on bus-
iness.
Mrs. Chas. Smith and children, after
an absence of about three months in
New Yora, have returned to this city
and will probably remain here for
some time. Friends are glad to see
them here again.
J. R. Williams of Alachus, one of
the leading business ten of that sec-
tion, was among the visitors to this
city yesterday. lie was en route to
Scala, in the vicinity of which place
he is largely interested in timber and
phosphate lands.
Thos. E Oweni, formerly of this city
but now residing in Jacksonville.
where he is engaged in the practice of
law. was circulating among his aold
friends here yesterday. Mr. Olwens is
quite popular among a large circle of
young folks here, and is always a wel-
come viitor.
ller. W. J. Carpenterof Karanaugh
Methodist Church has returned from a
pleasant visit to his old home in Mis-
souri. lie also visited the World'*
Fair at St. Louis, and was very deeply
impressed with what he saw at the
great show. The letter on the expo-
sition from Mr. Carpenter, which ap-
leared in The Sun. ws read with a
great deal of interest.


O(0nt Player, the baster, meove
yilstday lute lit lnew estid on rst l
alin stret. opta tI The Sun otDl .
rant has now one of the most upW.o.
date tosenrial parlors In the State, ad
will no doubt enjoy a ine trade,
T. J. C ns of itslellh a leading
lumber mannufacturer of that town,
was a busiesn visitor to this l l yes.
leim7y. li reports theh deomad good
forth, produatio; of bIle plant, with
the result that he is employing a large
number of hands
W. F. Barry of High Sprlngis, si of
the sobstautial friends df The Bie tia
that section, wa among the viltoro to
thiS lly ypiseida. oswiteltlalan
that he was quite bus, he foumd rhe
time to all as The Sun oiloe and no.
new hissubscription.


After a pleMast vlsit to poante In
Maryland ad an Vtirnia, and to W!ioM,
N. .., where she has been a guest of
her parents, Mrs. W. 1,. obhawn ha
returned to her home in this ilty.
Friends are glad to welcome hera is,
and are pleaed at the Informatios
that her trip has proved a boneleall
one.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. IH. Hlli.
van of Newberry are sympathinslg
with them in the death of Mil n lrdie,
their beloved d4aubht, wht b ad
event oearrod at their home unadla
morning. September 2t. Thqe ysao
lady was poesessed of a most amiabe,
awetr ditpoetlon. aM4 w a paial
favorite la that commalnty. Deeuaed
was eighteen year of ad.
Mr. ind Mrs.. M. Ooebma and
Mrs. Day 0. Edwards have named
from anoexteaded trip to Califrals
and other points Wees. lasladin
Pike's Peak and the e at World's
Fair. Mr. Cihman went tI attend
the national eneompmnt I. 0O 1.,
at San Framneo, aud Cae dtle
formed pleauat esorsa. The prty
also visited points in Southemr Omall
foria, and altogether ha a amot o-l
joyable trip etbraelag a peflod of
about two weeks.
-e -Y o r" r ki_ a^ "> ,i.,i ,--wy



Newyork


CHW PEST STORE 01 Oi IL


Just in from factory. The


READ THIS. FURNITU
Jackson.'i, en., June 4. IflI--T'his FU i
is to certify that one bottle of the
Texa \\Wonder, Ilall's Great [Discorvry. An up-to-date
has cured my wife and itself of kid- and quarter-.sa
ney, bladder and rheumatic troubles, just in. The st
and wev iuost ch vtrfully recomnennd it anrd prices right
to tle pbli see them. We
K. G- H. I'll, h- Iee thern. W'e,
S of Furmitiire am

A TEXAS WONDER. Ch., for CAS
Ot.0' mrall bottle of the Tezxa Won-
der, iall's (tr'sat Discovery, cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravvil. cures diabetes. seminal emis-
sions. weak and lame backs. rheums-
tism and ail irre.gularities of the kid. Yur Money Goes
ne wumrn, regulated bladdrr troubles in at Our S
children. 1 fot 1 old by your druggist,
will be irt by nim il is receipt of $1.
One itIal i boItle mi two months' treat-
ment and seldont fails to pl rfect a
cure. Ir. Erneut W. Hall, sole mann-
facturer, I' (). boxh f, St. Louis. Mo. i
Send for ttatinionials. Sold by all
druggists. -


tyles are elegant
it. Don't fail to
carry a full line


a Long Ways
tors.





BROSn


it sit Xq lgo n,
Mis ^ la eh d s he s astU Mi, .i ,'
t toepe Nhoat to*p0emtUlo.
MMi Uoopt M6 mb:0 of 0i
Spriras favored ofalapvielUle *
vrit eeterday. Mias )eiQeehth om .
of Aileheh conty'sa s s eat tawb.
ea, ad asW bea aslgnped kte ye
to the Jerm.e ehool. ""ar LeOi
ton,
The friends of Jmeeph ,an, Wkh
has bees srale fo9r the pat tow
days with lialari ferwat tl th~im
oftMy, ad Mnr, 4, Irtoo li Ms ith
Owalnerlllewill1 be plsed isat the I .
formative that he is greatly Ispsswd,
aa will poab11ly be eMal l tbo r .
smhkle duties t he eIxp leae ils i
a fewdlja
Coi.=Me er *1. 1., At. a *th. A
0a toe C osaiseil -44pcMaWe

li.tmaalth ci t 'jellete/dy ;ia
tlsr m .t a e lhM I lali ta e
ekacts tew ay.i. ,d e.4 S M
b ref aeas that aiseamel e


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*oarsieed. Ft for tuIta gs,
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Olas vllite, Fi. easo r 1 I1.B
tola

Dr. lerritt Corti
Oculist,
laterlabes, nFlrIda
(lornurlr S W. s3tb as. K ew Y
WILL VIBt?
alaev"lle Olt, distld fi

Politilely Two Days Only
orrict:
IROWN ISNSE Park
Eximlnation Fr..
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