Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 10 11, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02292
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 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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SWlTfA, THIBEDAl OCTOIBE 11, 19004


[A AE I ,ONE111O ANNUAL MIITING.

FM S T HE WA ton, Ma"'"""huet'""
Nt Irn, tionUall.. Otl. 10.--ThL latorna.
tion'.' eIl cunlig.ii dcluoed thi s n
pXloq of Iti tuhlirtWuth Hil'ul a uleluiu.
UlleartantT y On thle nraw y rteasdet Paysu. n that rlterilels
at stl Petrsbat, stivea of all aIlu 'li ultiolln haII
.. bea n i'e ant olipp'i)lnrtliy tiJ rl;iopnd,
M tltiduceed Jtru AbraltaI tit, ''uoilo,
$f $$OStIN SUNI T ,TO ot$5 FRONlT i opek for Jallean.
ha Ia Wrrwant For th Iee! i f That Mr. Abratatl. In the course of hbl re.
r TuIlArksa, slid he was willlng to admit
General KuropitkiLn ils tratlgthenrifB that u liltarlnm wasl on the increase in
WNi Left Flank to Meet Japanael Japan, but he declared there was good
Tirnllgi Mvement. ground for eXlp ciatlon that when the
present condtllons were brought to an
St. Petorsburir. Oct. L-1:30 in. 04d, place would lie the moving spirit
-*The lmeagerealss of t~ l news fron t of the nation. IDr. Johnt Shirul, dal.
te front Ila lacreaing the uncertainty aate for llutr!n, asked for a mouimnt
'gardlio the developlentt.l Ther Is toorreat a slaeatnilut made yesterday
Igo4 warrant for the belie that UQoer. by John Burrows, uf England, asd this
aIl KYUloatkltn 1 atralthenlonig his left was granted. Aa Dr. hhlrugi passed
SlIk to most It* Jlatinlie (irtallu to the platform where Mr. Abratani
p0aoseet, his troops ocupylng a trl, was seated, a woman delegate ardaso
agle,. iropa Puahun to 4 ukdan ias ad Lahl:
Iti PIs, Over 400 glnas *e arrived "Dr. Shlrnu, It would gladden my
4 t Uh froat and the activity of the heart t see you thaku hands with Mr.
ItM skletrlakhersh a below the Han Alirahanl-Iluto s:a and Japan.ln friend.
rjvW 4ate- ter Imprealon that XKu. Ily lasp."
npt al a er. latemplate asialing "I ahoui li e inost happy," the Ilutl
trite oinaler alan answered, as he moved toward
the war qlice, however., lges no the Japuanle and warmly sclzed lhi
lel teRlntls of this Idea, though hand. saylnpg:
Sllatlitly. f sauch a ltoiveent la oon- "I am Blad to greet a fellownian."
lifplwted, the war offlee eooud not be When Dr. Shirug had concluded hil
XpWta 4 to agiilt( It .. statement the comiitltee or questions
**1-- "of the day rpirttedo resolution IIn fa-
Chilf ltOaendarmerI. Vo of an l;it>'..tial.tin rn o th pres-
;ltPetralitlurs, Oct. 10.-Accordlng eat govelrnl:t!Lt e: f the C(lgs l-'reei
to tie dispatchesn Gneral Rldlouvaky, State.
iader rsocretary of the Interior. has The reseln:li om ebolliel thrle quea'
hiBit appointed ahlef of tlI Igendarmer. tlons. which tilhoy d ,vired should be
1.wlo was divorced from the mnlis. referred ;tl:oh'r to a lenewvt, cii'f-r-
y of the slterior. nce of tht !piwers coameerned In the
.1. formation (.f the Congo Proo State or
S N Compraemlis with Japan. to The Ilagi, re' rt of arliltrations.
St Peltoralirgl Oct. 10.-Replylng to The questions.., fi!ow;ld:
thi atatllteant of Count, Qkund, lead. "il tIl-e o.v.'.irnr': irt of the Congo,
or.of the Japantae Progll talve party), Free Statle l '1 to ,I regarlodld as ti'i
tLat the war with Ruslsa would be truiatei u i;of ti 'o.i whlr- recr'tnli -:.
Ions, but that Japan would wIn In the the flag of ilit.rltiolln~l aI. nk,:,li n:'
rad, the Novoe Vremya, this morniglll "is tliH lgI.lon Igrtwi'nnlett 1o i e re-
doelared Ibat the' Idea of a possible garded as ica,!>ilIO:.' for tfli nlctlo.ls
conapromise Alth Japan has been aban. of the gover:uatc;: o :.I;. (ongrr,' ft'w'
toted iand that the war mlnnf be prose- atate?
ited by I 't5i.l; In itil a way that "In either of IL.ei r rtnt., h.lint Ia
there can be no por.itllj!iy of .laJlpna' the i p.:!lon of th,- i it)n"l IFr-ie lia'c
rntioWl0n the It1,' lllA In th i Far Easjt. in Intino 'laalt:ial law ; nl In wht! Inian.
T'11 Jtpaitle.e miast be ibrvon o ofl ner may 1wi' rae '.- 1iil('!;Oi2.i e'ornl n-
the Asittle continent. Ing its N li'eg d aed i I: .~ T llt tir('ii-ii.
ItI in 1,.w at-' ('allet herl" that the r. j and 'oilm ('tnti !y dfe tcrmliond?u "
m1tted 4nav'l fight lT l'o: rt Arthiu v. s '-- ------
purely lmaglinatv., The naval ex- W. C. T. U. CONVENTION.
peirts of the nui'a:',imp"'a dwell oin t._ I__
dltlPu0ltei whl'. the l'art Arthur'
whicheorgia Order Gathers at. Eastman.
(qaitdrotl mut .terfloli,< In breaking ,FIveDay Session.
rilot Rltt.4r ho tllta t rtll f AlFiv--Day Session.
t-t aftr it I'ars ortle of A-. Eastnlin. Ga., Oct. 10.--Th nfirs:
tu t 10 T hL 'l'ne ginrl opithlonls t meeting of the twenty-.sond anlina!
th tefi cii4tln tlon of lb- \h"4iman'a t'Iir
t2 tr tril n Iot veailtiro our t Statee on\n!onof te ,i-Wo n 's rlir
ati e le on.l,! f ;nt ha lla netil to the i tian Toilnplranc.' I'nltoni of (eorgl wavi
J.laPniw..' i h 'r .h. of .wa:ch l thc'e 1. held here, in the .M11.,lithod, church.
no kncw Itllllan 1 tsS (old not ga to the neu-t.th next i\ as .
tra; port (f 'lie F.o and llut head forr i The annal ad of t .at re.
Vladl l lThe annual adidessf re
_____I Ident. Mrs.. J'enlliln lliia S11.y. wi:l
Sbe male thIs vrtiieii,. Mii .\i. n'.
To Caro f6r Soldiers' Relatives. be this ev n
St. Petfrbi'r i m Ot. -Thoe ml Fry,. nati onal eorr-lori.ing .annerta.n .
Pel 'r& y of S r. OtI Ie h e d nii -t of Illinois; N .lr I.!u1 J. New'or mib
plitye fo~r Ithe e.r4.tlrg of 1hi lhr at h Comingl,. of Ohl,4: Mrs. P E, T'.10.or
i-t, fr nt ihe r crtlv E i ln, the lh ,ra t ai of New York. and nlliriI ,; oif 0 i (o.r nf
llit fro nt (Ci" cal FIlen. the i 1, h )rc natIonal anl d ti 8: ii, 1 I','etllo.'n Ill th
:tt O'f n)l;ce. hr Issiiled anr order that I order wal l b 4 a: t ni',tanrc it n 1th4'
such relatlv.sI ar i .l he i aro ild with tfeet ing. r. b i n i id t ir (',
n a.ir el al 141 f our eetings.he Dr..1 1r r tl it i11 wil I ri
lodni fol'll A a of gr ti fur ofarl iir; the conv henltion srrmlin on S 1y.
tl, h : 0 l;,ii o if arils for eell (" l t r


It p by .Law and Order League at
LXalngteBtn, Ky. "POLICY KING" GOES FREE. F
ri4la0gto., Ky,. Oct. 10.-I. the r. A-er
S atit ttcrusade started ero lat iSun. Albert Adarms Millionalra. To Be Re- ,
i b thi thlt law aniI ord tr league it leaked from Prircn. f
S' *ill labor on (he ablbat~ Thom. ,. 'i Y'or' i," 14 \:: n; .1 dan dan
asB MI tLliet, oif Chicago. superluttn. I'n r yt,3-- thli. lui~ "l-ad
04 V of the LeztiW n o branch of the N,, y'ii,.,;.. ,* i- r'. :, "
S Armoi r Ptaklig cvepalyn; W. F, (t ar 1'h'::i' l** 0 2 1" u! ': :" I' aibhol
lnor aw ld J1 i., Prper.r, buokkeeperi ot rn' In lu
titS amme lstltutiol, who wrer( caught I w s ; *r
W4 w irkfa on books last iunday. .wtere law"' ol io ato4 '' .. pro.
I laed' 1 l $10 each t tOilr "" "''e pot'i n'' yeo olice t
Oi i L U t .ohtil'. T'l*t fl; ;r2n w4il 11 o cs t
i The fine was siesmed later the law I& lli'l'"' l ,l ;l.'.t:- n*, 4'.\ 'llil 4' 'lnr-
of ti comatonweKltl. This la thq "1 tio f' t Or l ',. h\\t '41r,4 .
lat punitive result of the .crtlal4e o1 T"uil)1., W
l tih threatens to pread. Adamrn l. i'.r,- i n :' ::, i .i l, i 1r'
Si te .' i I rl'.;U riii lit h :'a; at (iatioe for Ihat
N,. ...I Tramp Horribly Manigld. Europe 'n
'ovini lUn. Ga., O c. 10.-A oegro dl
: )L 'l- t' rlili stlir oI u the railroad :'ri t v .'. iald Hl n'tcT. 'o
itri ar ci toi stai'nn at r donpt was! *c Yordl: t' t;jl: 1in Nwas.!
Ott) aover by, a .itelght train and hor.' i wi
r l t llOilel : l wi a ki peikd ip by " : n 11 ;,1 v,' wh1
a .t C t'l, w it c'ad 041ioer Out hl i a! l;t:;" tinly t l i "' lirta
a' rt to (i' tl alt tinia ,iU J. TI .d.i

.l '. 0 its T O &


NEW DEPARTURE.

lety for neformin-' v Picssi,, Styles
of Dancing.
!;lriior M. 1,1 I. I 't. .-- A .
refol r tin it i.- i ..it a
I ing l' i .'' ' 4''% "I
ing1, liii o 'n i i.7li'4 i .l o.!. l '4 ." ) ;ir ,
W p\Vro .p <. ., " ." 0 i h:

\\ l :(' t t i ll ll 'l ".

lhe wa!': an "A 4 r (2


Former U. 8. Senator Det.a
'asl itullti, n. O(t Io .. .,\ >p(clai t(r
n It ft iir (;'Gart ;,nr .. (N "y
MI ttt'" t I! V. I is t for4 s It
ted State'- n*'Iato'" fIro' I 'A ,'.
olne Aii' Aiat! 2?
IShl sil.l, :' n ia h;'' i ..: ' i,.p ,:
that 'pil n c 'i44t1 at i T 1 "
itg to t. al'b..e '.c (o ii ,!; t. '"
I L n l h I rh nrital ns. t' 1 .'
IngeOnii tu have not yet iheln .:;r .
ay Wu hi. OeTttytlghlh bllthda


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TEN CENT A WEEK -..;



FINEST THEATER IN


SWITZERLAND BURNE


Seated an Audience of Fifteo
Hundred People.

THERI WAS NO LOSS OF LIr.,

Fire Occurred Early In the Morning i.
and Hence No Caataltlte--Flamtu
Started Behind the Stage as In the
Iroquola Fire.
New York. Oct. 10.-F-tro i;as d
atroyed the theater at a.-'.*, laysa a
Herald (ltipatch frolin tGeini it wJ
the finest layltinse itn vi'. zerland
There wants noi !oeih of llft, as f,,rtunate
ly the flre occurrred i: t 'c:ljk ln
the morning.
Modeled on Nense it.e'aitr in Vien
as, It seated I,'it p':' '..u' cIntalned
the latest irelprooff naplil.ianco. ai:1 pit
sessed exit everyailur-
Aftor the iperfur:ia:nll I ThitirsIay
nlgltt everything ws left In order
and iu)pitii sl hafley. tIl;-* !Ir c('iirl
belag lowered. The Iliv ,lbgaii as In
the IroqnuoI tliheti ;' ati Chiicl I), be
hind the stages anll liid:l ah nlirt timi
the safety clurtall iileltld Thlin. t'ii
11' spr:ltr d to the Mis ll il ga!ler
los, the rouf fa;:!:ig in witthin lhalf a"
hour.
Two firemen were injtre.l orlonitly,
aMl wpr, carried to the hospital.
The walls of tih thouter were yery
thiek, ollhevne Ivhl fnancial isA woulJ
have b~11i mucIlit reoreo otIrlus.
Tho theater was Inat-re l for $1.,('O0.
but the aretnery and warlrot,., of tEi
artist were not A valihtabli library
anld nllcnal instrnun '.tv anti costu:nel
were deltro ryed.
The case of the fire wna a ahlorj
circ.it In an leettric light wire.

GREAT AUTO RACE.

Contest for the Vandsrbllt Cup Told
by Butletins.

I lt llrl'i r' ptl icr iipi lln r d i ri l naci ,
flnl i dil th!irc t !!il[ i ;ps .ljoiul ?,i i m !.c)
over the I.Long i I.-i onn l v i 'ta
a to.; oti.'1 raI il : l 4112 ti4
wa t I,. to U1 t!a i '* m C
Areoit i a i i;- ul -' .'r'
thrown from !i,'* Imiachr:li, 1 :i1 l I1Ji:' l
ais r a rirlt of i u i ,a ro It)'
men wefe .ilo. a In It t 'o ';-:i;l r',l:ty
ho. iltal.
At the en!l of tI.< r.;::: r.,-nil ,It A,''i
w as in thi l ,' I. 1. 1. 1 1 ,: rc. 1 1,?
15L.'.) tille. in :!:t l : .-
An uinc nfirnrm
tator v.as Ii i r an ,'! ! (ia
bjri 's minaclilnl' HI i)I 0 miri,.
It wat killlilt a(I 1 .i' 4) t''Lw
stan.1 at \V l e ir.'. a:; I :: a. ni
that one i.; .i an lial 1i.,':, l,;.i.' in l
aullimoWl.e race.

Ili ath t in- tint ii,;' i, raic'e anI tE'
WVilliam K Vanthrb!ti cup lby onl,1 'o!1
ilte ar.d three eo.'tuls,. andt! ii I'
lifev'l t t; iia n 2 ., 4 t.r'cv.Td. f I'4 l'roli'o :
Heath co4l)'t ,' tli" la. i anl tl 'iI
round i l l 1 !irui. ,m;.l . l :
Albert (':' ,rt .02 re.C ,! a11! I.t .
thiri d. i16. ; P t 7 4,4

WAS B IDE POISONED?

Husband Is arrestede d on Very G'avl
Charge.
SW ll t.,r ) 4 ' I -I-" :i f
W hi'th were 11us.1: .1 i.i r
now thi., hrh l'<*'> ni' t'he '. '
death 'i an id 'i' ]ii,-!'ei] '1 44' '.21n 4I
jail on h!' !'thnrc. '< ;* i i> "
her.
Stnii :y riE (ti ,..rT n ti 1
h9m'ne < -f Drl 0 I l1 a . ,,.,
ed for th'ire,' i ,f ,i ,I i
self an l 1 'r. r for I a
liven hitl
Ti,'idlty n M ri= [" .c t i ,
Inonel by th)r lii-,i'. -.
w ife w as no42 ; li11 '
on sc iine tI;e 1i l: ',.
declared .1o laiml I' n i '
M rs. ( r tr'" .' r 2 ' ' '
taken to nedcl!>'i'] i c\ fI'
huasbanl, but l.a! n 'i .
two dose of ealoainl t n-'"'.! a. J :'
inU th, thill had been very bitter
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Yb. e~iiSe. Dfvid AB w

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heb 14-L*.-.%e Chi*
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Eiogeqeq : -"I suleted so
lb b4 tlesn and stoeteh
hat I s pounds. in wellht.,
tlsldl9t, remedles with.
W aip was reemomeDded '
4~yt.r itoneos mneaoed
ter, my Itaoeh trouble diel
p4 I sa eat heartily with.
letss dltrsat My exper.
I e to believe l.hal no Nurd.
'V'inol for ltomaoh trout.
a|Mlidsltion. It tone tp the
i'tah ei aseths e appetite and
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TOGMMLIE MAN

Jua.. Ewarda el From Train.
:sd Had Both HRaod Crshud.
AMPUTATION WAS NECES8ARY
Unfortunate Man Brought to Thin City,
Where Lurgical Attention Was Given
Wa a 'Pasanlger From Ocala to
Micanopy Junction-Pationt Casy.
James Edwards, a colored |im :)epoer
from t oala to Mieonopy Junction, vla
the Atllaln Coast Line, by h(i own
eoalsenanu, It alleged, wag the vIe.
tim of l n 01ldeot Monday afternoon
whibh eoIs hAmi both hands, and will
sauge him n oad of trouble.
s Itp stiatd thai..Edward purohanod
4 ticket to MIoanopy Junellon. Wheo
he train resehed that station the man
aligthld. bustu as the traia wa
palling out he attempted to board a
platform of one of the ears when be
fell, hi arms extended, when the
wheels tan over and marled both
hbeds.
The unfortunate man was taken
0abord the tralu and brought to
Galom illle, whpre Dr. J. H. Hodges,
Maskted by Dry. hillips and Dell,
found it anoessar to amputate both
QUartern were r seured for Edward.
Al the home of Johanina Halle, North
slabht llas. Dr. Hodgs stated Mon-
day lbght that, while the man is In
ad eoadition, the bhauoes for his re.
fetiry were fair.
QauSe of Lolkjaw.
Loeojaw, or tetanus, is eaued by a
bUlllal or germ which exists p'elatll
f0Ill iu trestdlir. It 19 inaotive so
lg a exposed to the air, hot when
ea rrll beneath the skin a in wound
eed by perooeslon oapI or by rusty
sde, antd when the air Is excluded the
plto Ia round to actvityl and pro.
dacea the most virulent poison known.
The. geprmas a be destroyed and all
dauier of lokIjaw avoided by apply,
tau OCamberlain's Panl Blmn freely as
mosIathe Ijury Is received. Pain
Balm le as antleptle and eaoes outs,
bruiees and like i't urile tO heal with-
out mtaMutlon and In 'one-Shird the
$lmi requlred by the usual treatment.
It ( for Isale by rll druggists.
EXPLOSION INJURES FIREMAN.
meller Tore Shelter to 3pllntera and
Cut down Tree.
Covlngton. Ga., Oct. 10.-At Gordon
a steam boiler at the ginnery of ed
Ry41s, Sr., exploded, fatally Injuring
the negro Areman and seriously Injur.
ag a nxSgro boy.
The explosion made a terrific noise,
Isaking houses for several miles
around and great:y frlghteonlgo the
woeen .an children.
The force of the exp!(mlon was so
great. that the ahelt r under which the
e*gine was stationed was turn Into
Splinters and the 41g hbiler hurledl a
dlsUmce of 100 yard, striking a hi.,-
elm tree which It cut In two anl hurled
Itself In the ground Jtdst a few fejt
from the Ceantiral rallroal di'mr:.


Budwetiser

Is Ideal

The Stndard of Quality
by which all other Beers
are Judged.
Highest nl price, but
leads In sales. 100,402,500
bottles sold in 1903.

"KING OF BOTTLED BEERS"
nMBwU nW M Mi *aa m the ueat to gaw ag eMat soeetme.
Anhousr-Busch Brewinf A'n, St. Louis, U.S.A.

Orders Promplley Plled aby
OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS OCALA, FLORIDA.






0. W. HYDE#

'THE BIG STORE." $




REMEMBERs

WE HAVE A FULL LINE
OF THE LATEST IN


!FALL AND WINTER DI!SS GOODS

AMl other sea.onablle gools. Styles-
upito-.late anti ricefs as low as con-
sistr'.t with the quality of the gr oll.



SRemember Also.. $
Tl:t' wt- are hea'lilularter, f.~.: Srr-t $,
St':" yoUiang lailies' S:'iii iry ULifiili. $




G W. HYDE4

1"THE BIG STOR E."
lit AM AkAtA A f.Af f do f W


, h druist, Cures Chills and Fever. 6^%VII" %p4% III% I
a "It l o wonder Vinol curesa W. Wrirt, Naeogn'ohes. Te"na. .. .....
Sr iaays li daughter had chi.le id A.______ A-A __ ____ A-A&__ AL____ ______
fever for three years: lie could not
'i find anything that woult help her till
be ud. Hferbine. Ili. wire will not Thlos Desiring to Sci'c Ie ia
keep hIoue without it, and cannot say
too much for it. WI*. bold by W. M.
ouh or I First-Class Education
Ct. ( In Amelest iwarpt.
Tine t i .'.ti, t,,.teti ,,tt should A attend ....
with rve::t dIklln.t ,n. It w;.a u c :rinj
to kli t11111i. 1t1 1nr I mCI y ,'1 t they
r"<"':"" "'" O PI t1 v t

___WT'__r.t__________ <" ..,ast Florida Se iiiar ,O
8 .i art, and : at e :::
W it A r H OLaE n l :1 ,:'. :.- . -iL.
ehoA se4 a that of M r W aterloue t' e~1. tie I ," . .0 '. .,,,; rh lnstruc.ion, and I l. r.
whla lyou onslder that inol contains E.. i: city of l'.Ei. I. i Exeiii, taci ilni, at inn f!'jr yonga nldi. l r,.- It ar '
I a highly eoncentratei form all of ly l h' : h r augl.'It to t1'hI Piinary knIin: th-y will rece'I thE vI
tie Mte 11gsl0hl healink properties of I rend of rht' ,l. &r...dt. 1, e.1"r lr,t 410.' "rtre.ird..
Valt, o 1. tile 111""141 11i x'I ^*t h i:. tin. wil h,,, d .r itriv miitary di it-i.d. V !"'..
u famoll old remedy, cod liver oil, l l ,. ,, ,, rI i r ni ili i
without a drop of oil or grease to ina s1. w,.i Ie I na, h ,, o ,, ,. t, h : i' l n a w l .. Irtnits .,t
atl sa d upset the stomach, and thi Is en,:ny wvitl-.u .,rut'. ly li .,'i' .'' I" N i r ,rr a Ie d. hr A nre thIro r i g l r,'' l r! -t
why It eI a es when lekenindg drugs, lve o lr v .e. t 11i .-!a f t, Ani .-tiall .. 4 o rCo ll lln N htort I i l ra :tt nrvi
emulilons and old forms ol cod liver tihe ilty wa\ c ei: d rl thut FatI', i'y l' i tlw anl,! i:n trut >r.,--!i.>einli ', a.t. it
fall, the lon, of l'io I oIr orf it ,.. It, e!in in the United taes>t, s h 11' h1,tLer healit h r-.relrd ti Eha ',1 l ri,'
'Vlnol Is easily digRtted, it heals not 'Ie dltIInil hai tl l th t t n. t:i t i:yp. Seminiiary
and tone tl li tired. wornrj rves of t an it ('t. 'i iu t h l e e'njos el life ve ry Pt I larn I S ay of i e -.emina-y: T!
the snto achi creates a healthy appetite tnu'h ,a 'TIl. o t : t or ,rad r
and mal.its gtur, rich. red blood. If the Baby is Cutting Teeth .
*"At any rate," said IMrJohl,..n. "it le sure and use that old and well- JERE M. POUND. Superintendent.
there isa person in tIUinesirlle suffer- tried remedy. Mrs. WinstAw's 8ooth. IIAINENmVI.1.E. I. llsilA
_lo from. si',maeh tr .l. .wh.' ask thin tiehildrn teething. It
.n Syruprl tIng ,s rtup, fdr hildnt
1tI try ntool on our aramntee to reuarni i the child. often the gums e
,ey iftittWiirs. T is i a fair aas all pan, wind olle and i
ale aa ,,KM ,Wt.il salt pein.fcur n wintd eolfc and is; w Work
Toog earn aa I i E0(th, 'e rmss o dtarrhr, Tn ISendLUs Your Next Order for Job Work

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Will You be Ready


iWe the First Cold Snap Comes.?

R wnill you find it nece.
F m; ry to hustle around- .
: o pr l-and buy your
baoo weather suit, after ev.
oryone else has pickldc ont
the rihoicest patterns
P)m't make thii rmitaklk. Seloet
a !l Olothe. early. Your eoummon
sant tells yo it is the wiser plan. 3
Ye4 gpt the best your money will Lbuy.
andl ,joo t the frll limit of season' li
wear fnr no greater cool. Betides thls,
Inn fortify yourself pgaln sodden
tkhenim in weather thit come in the
F.ll. We sell tile iu

Hand-Tailored Clothing -
-MAM : .11Y--/
SCHL08S BROS. & COMPANY,
Baltimore.
Thr' ~,pothlng hietter--theru'ni north ( --
log as blood, When a man puts on a
Seiblseas Slte fuels and knows that
every dail of the out, make and in- a
.is le gorreet, ,;
Tb pletiue show a particularly '*'
Ist!lth uit for upto-date young men.
A ,merhbaut tailor" would charge (4
for a seit of like quality, obaraoter bIr ''... V
aid appearsoe. We eon ft you het- ,emonun'ol
tw with more swagger, Snappier QCHO SS
clothes lls We also have lower
igradelook equally as well- -I. m '


SOME AS
LOW AS


$12


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'"Drop In and let uIt talk it iover."
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#01W rSaiL t5is eommercial pcnron.
t v aaly done." answaed the

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iS ;he vaslei of u>e thou-
Stotumt, fomented and
palo Blelon, wrate any elM-
.d ma'l le Itl kindly

Sis company.. ,
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MARCUS
Outfitter to Particular People.


R. MeCLELLAN

Undertaking Co.
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.

Funeral *Directors and
Licensed Embalmers.
MUufatosmrn ot amd Uoealt0 In
Pfeta Frames, aRbber Stamps Art
*il l, psM* terry. Eartmau Ko-
dak, CmerarS add ihtrw .-
pLwes' Nauplles.
Orden by Telarabh or Telephene
ilt reelve reipt Attebtlei.
W i, td ie o* Iim. ArtU'
Atf a dltrnr In I, nldon. Theroore
Watts-Dunton smlt: *It ith't getnerali
Iy known thnt Tuarner. the pnlntTr, andl
Dr. Atgntust lPrltchardl once lived to-
Settler fur a year In Chteyne row, The
primt1r nnd the liiyaltean bad a fine
garden. autl they took a good deal of
pride itn their a owers. uat the garden
gate did not work well. nnd one day
Turner. Ia.u~eie it wouldn't open. Imt-
tlal.iy gave ordtar a that It be nailed up.
It vws thouat tbt iat hall odd act would
ltrnmg Altaglttus l'rltchlard. but, on be
lni told of It. atil lie at we a. 'Oh, Well.
I don't care what turnerr dow to the
gate, so long as i he daen't paint It.'"
IBtr Than Pills.
The question has been asked-in
what way e OChalmberllan'l tomaoh
Oad Lier Tablets superior to the ordl.
tare eathartio iad liver pil(Uls? ur
auer r lo, they are ssl*t and more
pleaslt to take aan their etIet It
so garntle and. so agreable thai
Done hadly mIlls" that it Is pro.
*a^r (S 4 *.fiSte


ENDEL
qiAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


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S1 D t T IRRESPONSIBLE COMPANIEM.S
S 0 1 X CO'iE(TLY i : "iCIES, |
S', or LILIEH R ALITYo i;,.: .V TRACTST' '
f r.- ., :.:n .IPRO.MP'T PAV.1I.N ",N ,r l' ..-..:.:S.
i W co,,tr tFhes important points anr! r.speetfu.y
Sn .cit a are of your Lou, .e. s.

SFire, Life, Acident ad Health ilsuraoc.

-- Agents for the----
( Victor Safe and Lock Company
Ci x oin.xx;ti, Ol.io.
The "Victor" is the t rt safe made, and parties contemplat-
irg the pareFmase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will savr money
by consulting us. Call on or address,
SCUSHMIAN & HILL, -
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


AT LANT I HAVE IT FOR TEN YEARN.
The Montezuma Hotel
At. OCALA, FLORIDA.
On the A. C. L and S. A. L. Rys. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
Note Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.
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FIM, LINN An
ACCIDENT IN
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B. F. JORDAN,


INSURANCE


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U TaMpOHerald DrL. rouh.
16D of Atlanta, the well known free
SlaneA o minis ter, semsl to have resenatl
al;1ow.(j )ii Ili it to tall in hard Il)aeS .j
eplIs n at at, e.] GO.,4010 weeks ago he went to Albany,
l o'., and made sundry vTigorous and
iy, itor and P u>i ,er s *atolnal charges against Chle f it
ARLIL.I Aw:.te Edlt.r ,I* Westbrook, whIch resulted In
SC"t' ath<1e ,I'llisitrial free lane. getting a
t, ity.tiwtIo. c.ding. This was followed by a
W tNHAM.-," t trlia before the polie commission, r,.
iCWT: ORTZK 'B suliting In the chief being exone'rateit.
Dvasr 8. TILPRuoINU-1t Pveral eFare ago ;ames U. WColwa'4
K ,,pubU eveyn4r0n 'e wa. Wt 11aor of Atlantal, and Dr, Ilrota!-
V. delivered by farrier In the citM ,
er paMrtotbetheU:ted tatu.roe s-o0 Woodward anld charged him aith ntil
tijf, 1yearls r.'O il imonithi; II.8 kiiids of nInirifrality and base coniduot.
M oe9 at for eve weess- Wedneoday W'ocdward defeated four of
0 'vaxe-. the strm:ogest anJ be.t known IletI lM
aetseeslB siO to*aiUn=T I certLO A fuitra far mayeit, and s. there y.u
..._ : th....
gr( di~misy dvert'irg nlae r.ne I; ..,1 ..l ltrt of ac-'eptanre lon..
.,~fe |-ltary 0. Davis, Itemcratic cailidate
"* eh sun : an -e t.i. ae, for vice Irelident, d(,es not Im>itwe
paler. pbilatet every MI,. words. For instance, he says of the
Stt .a oim st. t: 6L4e canalzone acquisition: "Territory of
to t c k neighborlieg repullic vrith -which we
e WUiseadUatesor Cars.tre fort aO were at peae wa srted by a tard of
dme. revoluthunists proieceid ;iy the guts of
-_ the UT. S. Navy, an! ,rcteld over nigiiht
b.lr b ar:sbec,) (:e aliter ur.rt Into a State, w!,ich the president
lf advertitemter. ie, uL h |te e t th .ere d
e ertes. Part'er.ot known to promptly reeogniz..d as an independ-
esatred to vai tfor sdvert!stlr 4iv ad- ent nation-a rtos oT~ense against a
THE DAILY tUN. friendly rerublic wl.i:h it uas l.e ieess
GUiLISvuLia. F.A I resent."

,3gOCRATIC TtCKET. J';dge ;'ark,.r'i g,,:J telegra:i and
he l .te'r of acceptance hav e been
For 'Pres'.hde.b uIe orthy hut Lie role as a peace.
ALTON. 1. Alt, 1 lt .-,r l been rore serviceab;e to
of New York. te. I orratiLc 1arty. than either.
r or V ,'r-'.'t. !., *;t, '..'.t;, ,f i n is iftled but earnest'
H HENIT <. IAV;S i'.!.ro'esiou there is amount utter
of Wkjt t '.i. !,:li today In the Demoeraey of New
|1. T!lteJ Sr .it si'"> r Y>rk, T,,ldana. Wiscoudin, Weet Vir-
8XjB P. TALIAFEURO. ogtira, New Jersey, and I)eleware.
-- Even Colorodo an I Maryland have
Congress, 2nd District, felt his gentle touch an i Gorman and
SPRANK CLARK. Rlayner have' shaken hands.
Ws iMdentlnl Eletos' -
B. I'. HAILEYV. The Japanese soldier would rather
T. A. ENNI 'N';S die on the battlefield than live away
A,. C. It. .i'\VTCN. from It. Over in Nippon the parents
A. fB. NLW'rON.
F F.- 'uNE.MN. of a young man killed in battle are
promptly tendered the warmest con-
ov.Ier:,r. gratulations of all neighbors. Let us
APLEON U. 110iWARD. rejoice that it is only paganism that
S' f ttry ,f State, considers it a glorious privilege to Ie
3. CLAY CI:AWI'FOD. butchered ona battlefield. Will maa
|sr -ever becoine civilEz:-d' Ever lera re.
Attorney- e'neral. ttraint?
W ILLIAM H. i'ELLIS,
Coml tr] LLr. The deliberate attempts to wreck
A. C. CRiOOM. tih- battleship Connecticut during her
-- la'ineling are among the most sensa-
State' Trol urotr, tiunsl events recently reported. It
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. sep'ms an insoluble mystery why any
|teodent of Inlll lIntructlonu, lan,even if he had abundant oppor.
W. 3. HOl.i.l..OWAY. t inity, should d .sire to destroy such a
vevsel, in suchi a way. It is tobe houed
tunil-,loonr : A.:r utir, tiat the fcouindri will be found
t. Mf .-LIN. aid rec'-Ive a i|unisillneint to lit the
S-aliri crimioe.
Su trt. t our';.r. Years, The me:inilrs of the'JacksonvilleCar-
,. FENWICN TAYI.(iO. r:iral Associntion are all newspaper
-- men. Thsut accounts for the fact that
s Jotle, Si.lt iii,-1 'urtr. they cail get world famous attractions
,OQSBE S CIAt 'K.I .L. where others fail. By the way. it's
.. R.WIIIT' I:I.IP time to get ready. The carnival dates
' are i)ctober 'I-2.', and to einjoy it otle
R rp.P 1'.! imusIt t'nter at the opening and go mout
t. A. toit' l:, ;I, at the Ch.sing. .
0. M..Tll.I.IAN.
County Judge, W .. K., liaile. uieriutetndetit of the
R.. %f. Mason. Southern Express Company, has been
-- elected kitig of tife Jacksonville Carni-
P;,erlfr. val by a plurality of 21.58,9 votes. Iie
-L. FENNEI.L is Ol, of the mloit popular itlen in Flor-
Ci(iv c'" i:' < ".rt. ia, atid his (iainrsrille friends, where
II. \\::'e;;S. he was rair.d, are as proud of his sue.
C ee as lith could po W. W. wit '.. N.
....... "rTenty-.flve se'p.irate attrationts on
Tr x .r. the Jacksonville Carinival "Pike."and
W. I). Iil'KINSON. all tf tthemn stars: Irn't that starring
-tendeit cf 'iu ittrutton, i'e sn:m No rity bit Jacksonvile
Dtei<.,t .. I'I...i- In. tructo .at do it. n't frret llthe dates-
n. e, ,* e.' tuobe r 21-2,.
(atity lvl'iT:itt orr -.. ---
W. H. IOtBIIT'ON. t laude L'itigle'. Jacksonville Sun
Sis now published as an evening daily,
AMES CROXT)ON. with Associated 'tuess telegraph re-
ports. lie is getting out a good paper
County' i'noiiiil.utie>ni'rB. and detserviss i.ccss.
J 5 ;. I I A M I 'I T In . .
1 i. e,.;'I':E .. ,,(.sC 'rv., T,,i ,, ,
C. C. I '111('l\. .; u i t i, C ,, v T's Ti i
F. I'. PATI'.LI..N;.
'. 'TOW'NSiEN'it. irantk .1. Cheney lttikes oath that ihe
i tinsenior partner of the firm of F. J.
it lettire o'f S.lheol Board, C'heney t Co.. doing business in the
W. T. A. DoTIN. (C ty of Toledo, county and State afore.
R, B. WIEKg. said, and that said irm will pay the
B. o f I In Hundred DUollar for each
...... .... and every case of Catarrh that cannot
tltesi-Union, Florida5s leading he cured by the use of Hl1.'s Catarrh


,lewsplper, continues to Improve ('tre. R.e J r Cl irS.
4tk la iue. The Sunday edition we I ,r soe, tioirhie antl dayofecrilm
in My pr,'ette, this tlth day of l)eosi-
) er of any paper in the 'nion. her. A. 1. ISM).
". -- _:_ - ; ii Notary Public.
I the wild and wolly West comes , ,.:nrth t'urore tatlaken ilter.
'l Great Wild Welt Show to Iv. J setdireatly on te blood
nville Carnival with his cow-. ':. i surfaces of Itil i t L
A.,, Irion I S. f iree-,
girls, Indiran, bulking bran- "" o, ..... n on fre ,
the aOal eqnipages 'o norel i druggisiits.,7e
'ltot sO familiar to the fron- ... ..'s Famil^ Plls for. c*e*tli
l^-1 1 1*1;1* ^*'^*-*'** '**irtl h ~or


ITET DUL :W IL
,.;->.;,~ILO W A, o m ,*-**.;--y**.* ,'.;Y **-*^* '"** 'u-V 'c~^W ^


Luke Wrllht, golerlaeorh rl of i ^ ;.'
the Phillppin10, who was In his better 3 f
dajlia Democtat, si, In ;>erotligR IsI| |I
agalnat any talk atout lPhilippine It*.' I
ilependelce: "The lo s a mnaii i ,
qiulpped with intelligence and those t 5st -
I slti i whithlhi ake for good sitiuxiol-
Ihipl. nth nore easily cla hle be ipr- .. i I
u0ilrdd that he is the .pllet 'of ll
titse qjualitles." Ahl, then the more'
luttlligent a man 1i, the mord dIlihoult
i1 14 to persuade him that be is til fle eor= mow

tll#an (ti ntolrm this? Ciovernur (lolIrnor
Wright Is ihltelligeont ; do Ihe there- u s
fors tl.itk hle (a not it c to goveriy him.
felf? According to this, our tevolt. i i
tiotCer fo.tii..,.imust havi, bi.. een a fl m -


lot of Zonecited idiots.

Our ntIdety and meddleaumie oihlis-
tr t i Tturkey, .r. Lelshnran, has I een
i. liast permitted to stick his lega Un.
der tle iultian's illustriousl nhhoigan
nad Rat dinl;hr off one of hi* gold
I>:ate. This pottering offlelal is now
aI pleased. The Commander of the
Faithful may have to upple lnlet the
dinner with a supper or breakfast, but
t;,ere 'ill probably bn no more buuk-
ranm tnass*cres il Armenia soon, avid
no more toifool parading of battle-
ships eecalns a tirecracker explodes or'
a Turkish holiday.

l:epul1lioan Chairman Babcock
hasn't pruphesied this week. Perhair
he lha his fist full of anxiety eoneern-
ing his own congressional district in
W\isconsin, where LaFollette is very
hot on his track. It would be a sad
Joke for the O. 0. P. if the campaign's
cltef engineer should be hoist on his
own prediction derrick.

3. L. Pound has sold his interest In
The Kislimmee Oaxette to his former
partner, W. B.. Harris, who Is now
sole editor and proprietor. Mr.
I'ound has prrehased a half.-itereet
In The Live Oak Democrat.

No servant Is ever permitted to
serve tea In a Japanese house. It le
the privilege of the daughter to make
the beeraege, while the guest who
has last arrived serves it.

i11ss Margaret Ingle, of Lexington,
Ky., will tour Indiana for Parker and
IDati. In 1(t0 she took an active part
it the camnrign in Kentucky and made
o; eerhes for Bryan.

lillt.oli had more rural free delivery
mail routes on August 18 than any
other State, the number being 2,191
routes. Iowa was second with 1,07

itklhhoma is now the greatest broom
corn producing district in the United
,at,>, thlii year exceeding in amount
tile production of both Kansas and Ill.i
lio'd.
Iloil.
.T. Ira Uore has sold The St. Peter.
burg Sun to a Mr. (illett, who will
hereaftrr conduct the paper. We
wish the.new propritor miccess.

There is not the least doubt about
the Democrats of Florida being badly
iplit on the superintendent question.

The railroads have cut the rates
in half for the Jacksonville Carnival.
They know a rood thing.











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Smokeless Powderr Shulla ar; tl
Alway aufir, alWyt 41i.,0
Ipripd of shot 0n ,0 jpi
great superiarlty i.t shl
men who Euee WTinCt IDtly
MShells in preUtL o to =UI
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Seaboard Express,

Seaboard Mail.


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Only Line Operating
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prolvt-d idIJ it!li linlr,'vd), .,lulio.lhLt,
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DIYNTIsT.
graduatee Ita;liihore coIlge Dental Sur.eri
FivOe earS expaerfer:ce in New Yok Clty.
Crow.Urldtre work aid \.lr.. Specia:;tes.
ALL V'OHK UiAIUAIciLt.
O':lee Ii M:..;re Law Fxtchnr.n.
UAIILS.VILI.I, FLA.

THE WES1 E-ND,
FINE WINES, LI.IUOI S A ClUG.i;


JOHN MENZIES.Proi;:etor.
19*I 1 WV. liar It.. Jiia.tlOk .v... F;4.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
ail to'cail on me when in Jacksonville
DR-. AliY LEE J.ltVIS,
(V'l.h Dr. li. II." ,-,Itv.
1)ENTAL .U ',c l-ON.,

fldce In ;.;.cr I.; ;:.S' ALOi.,
.AINl.E '.' ..LI .)ll)Au
CRYSTAL SALOON,
l'r rl!.'. l ;.+. '. ', r. ic'! *m 'rr


Best Imported and Doliiestic I.i<,mor.
4nd \ines in the city.


SOUTHERN RY.

WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE

eot Line to St. Louis


acksonville,


Superb Dining Car Service
Stop-overs, going a;id returning, at
Atlanta. Knoxville. l.ouivillo.. .\he-
ville and pri:icipal N )rthl C('arolina
mountain resorts.
See tligh Jlridge (hihi..tir railroad
ridge in thli world), Famoius line
ran RegRiuon, I.e xington and L.oalis-
Villlu.
Free reclining hair cars and hiKh
claB day coaches. 'I'lirorlh Pullman
tIrepinR oars Jakonuiville to St. Louls.
Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully fur-
ilshed upon application to J. C. I,urk,
l)istrict I'Pasenger Apgint, ICS West
lay St. Jackronville, Fla,


FarmingImplements

fhils, Iron, 'ire, Ppe, Pit-
tnos, Balting, Pr ilnl.tc.
Bought In Car Lot., olid in any
quantity.

9IM Oe of Or Cwatale .

Baird Hardware Co.
. ,g'1;. tirmuntt*.fM Z.'^ *1 i1


leilrida


rf


;.DUTTON&CO.
....... --DEAS i--

g: 1 OottoQ L. o
0"" Oot-oSe4 Bagging and Twine. Walrus
::LeTthei'r Btnripe or Sides.
oof the James Doig Improved English J
Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
. LORIDA, US A,


t8S. MERHANT & 00.
id Fmcy ocrUber in

I ~and Fancy Groceries,


rlSarintsi MI tFwtri o er|
0?tM nD1 UQANb. l GANE SVILLl, FLORIDA
'h U pries pad tr Ohbes. 10and other Prnduee.
mals Itot at Corn. Oat oor, Bran, Meal, cotton Seed Meal
7W, 1 A ti VIY B~IT Ioods at the LOW.
808M8a I tK gthfwties far alas


CT & REALTY COMPANY

E. E. VOYLE. MOR.
AbrmW of Title awd fall aformaUtion furamihed reording lands i t his
atlly. Our r sllagrl ha livd n this oont hlrty year anl u
Il thoroibll eaonvertat with lan titles.


Niltni a aBomber of prominent American ind English companlee.
S E.AL E ATl AND OITY LOANS.
..li! ........ :,,I. X T & 00 .
u3BDeIte t< a i T 1870


:: :, 'E 3 S-


!W B. DAWSi


WINMS AND LIOUOI
Jacksonville, Florida.


JaI .


Evoerrd's Canada
RED STAR.


As gomd As a;.Y aan. t.ttelr than mteOl
:,'tr. ,lIaJe if flop, nal .'1alit
,)1Nd NStT lUICE. '

Per Barrel ......... o $1()
Per Dozen ......... 1 8I


Illinois Central
RAIILJOAIt
DIRECT ROUTE TO TIlE

St. Louis Exposition.
TWO TI'AINl DAILY,
In coMnurtlo with W. I A. H. A -. I i
N., C. 6 Nt. L. R'y. from AtlaUta.
I.v.'Attinant Irhn r a ., Ar. t. l uI 7lM 4
Ly. ;:3 Ap. it.. Ar. St(.I )oulT7:Ssla.
THROUGH SLEEPING CAMR
-FROM-
Georgia, Florida *nd

Tennlesse.
ROUTE OF THE FAMOUS
DiXIE FLYER,
Carrylru the only niornlmn leeplig c1ar '"r
At:inta to St. Louo Thih ear leave% JaJokakp
VliLe dally 1:0u Ip, Ul.. Alultata s2 a. im.. tt :i ;
vou the entire lay in st. Louls to get loetWte
For rates from iour rltv. World's Fair GaiU
Look and Nehedule. *leeplng iear reaervaloM, ,
nia lfor booll ihowtIngi be telK and boalril t
htouten, qiuutln' hiteir raite., wrlie to ,
FRED D. MILLER,1
Traveling I'Pameniger Agent,
No. 1 Brown IllullJni, ATIANTA, L

MAX KRAUSS,
Re;'resenting

E. A. WEIL & CO., ::
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of A1l )-rrliptioiin ..
Sole Agent, r.;,JNAII(l li.d SO4UEl 1
E1IGN 4U'ALITY Shve. Every
Iair warra: ted.
J. inasas. eatI


WORD'S FAIR IATEI


Via L. & N. R. R.


Excursioi) ticLktr now on sale daily
from Jklrsonville to st. l.ouis and re-
turn.
(41.65--Tickets limited ecember 16.
13.lK)--Tiokots limited ixty days.
$27.5M--Tickets limited fifteen days.
Corresponding low rates from other
point. TlIe L.& N. is THE HllST
I.INF- to st. Louis.
Stopover priviliege- allowed at thI
world's famous AilaMninoth Caie ii
either directiou witlLoul vilra charge.
For rats. schedules and sleeping Cal
reservations apply to
GUEO. E. IIE HINt Fil 'ass. A gt.,
206 W. lay St.. Jas'ktonvill6. FIl.
0. L. STONE. l*. I'P I.ouiriille, Ky

ic Arend's Saloon and Cl e
Jacksonvii;e. Florida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2p m.
Barteolemay Rlohreter, altro Im-
portId Wrlhier,.r lt.Pr on Drauaibl


Fish Chol.?i, nie 6iiea
P fool. Billiardls BowllH:
lhW,up a j


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OaO ur
wb h


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[erritt Corthell
Iculi t,
(uretHem, l'lorida,
p ID W. 3 itt St.. Now YV,1,1)
WIl ViSIT
tst. Sttt aid $ae-l-
) at S ln'*erk urn.
lbmy at 3i. p.m.
Itsy Two Dlays Only.
cwrnc:
I USE Parlors
mlnltlon FreB.
rill Wri lt GalnevilleI fre-
lr ho u the vear.



IF CITY AND

wTY CONDENSE


eanml Intert Oath.
by Our Reportem

AND SOCIAL ITEMS

and What is Going
TT In Short Paragraphs
Helt Whe Runs May Read"
-IINW i .
kCashiam A Hill.
today at J. L. Crawtord's.
etel for sale at The 1un
Paders of Bell was trading
yesterday.
Balnes of Cyril was shop.
ilty yesterday.
Wonderful Salve for saie
ollu & Co.
of Hague made Uaines.
VI41t yesterday.
Jaekeonville stop at the
location, best meals. tf
A. Tiicker of Iochelle
I visitor to this city yee-

who visited the county
lday was J. If. Horton of

formerly of Willeford
aeksonville. is in the city

P"eriff J. B. Kennard of
ran official visitor to this

i-Secoad-lhand iDensmore
i Will be old cheap. .\p-
lloe. tif
L Cloud of Alachua was
s who favored (lainesville
Syeatterday.
da and A. S. Wilkerson,
inlg citizens of Windsor.
SIn the city yesterday.
MI of Alaehii was among
lamte to (aiineville on busl-
eted with th. court yester-


S l ,r wirthl Cihmum i lU.
Sor ltt--.tomre Hoyal Cuok former.
tI r. J. knoi nvi; i.
lyir'Pmtirlwd. Address Tipiosas V. sor.
J. cI' I.orlt a Jl.lS Mirith of put-
itoll wvvr re..;.!.r.,d HIt t.e Brown
lit) -.c yet,+rJay.
.l A. l' ih r, .r i. reti t of (ithe
W) i rtr.I, lligih >,'>ri.gs, as trans.-
s acthi.p l,"ia... oii this city yesterday.
* i .4,r sale-Nini,..roomn recilden.et, and
hlot,, tw-. l ir k Ifroi slqu r-., Ternl ti
asy. 1 ur.ell, (lailitsville, FIl. ill
A II (!liily (tf Micanorcl, meinmer
of ii.,, fiir i( I;, C. (Chltty A Sons,
wcro I lut, rie., visitor to this uity yet.
day.
If troubled lilth a w,.ak di-stilun try
i aChil:irrlainl'slu E(imajh ai.d 1. ivr Ta*h.
l |rl. le .y -i! do u i o..utd. FFr o ale
b I. l dr 5iK! d!. r
| lt. J. \W. WVtlls uf Micanaoily. one
of tli, ualh,. Methrdiet divlies of the
SFlorida L'ut.frence, was a visitor to
(aineinesvill yesterday.
Juin Enttrl,z, the cigar mianufle-
turer of Waldo, was a visitor to thi
city y-eierday, .vling hrbeei srimmoned
here as a witness before the grand
jirry.


A r.*n,, ti.r visitur I to this city es-.
terday who favored The Sun with a
callwlr1W, W. \. Feagle and R. W.
Clark ofT'raxler and I.. F. )(steno of
illgh Slirings.
1). .\ Miles of Taconia, a colored
nani who is well liked in that com.
inuity. was In ;he city yesterday. He
calldl at The Sun office and renewed
his subscription.
After a pleasant Sunday spent with
his family in this city. I1. C. Hodges,
forenmia of the carpenter' department
of the Atlantic Coast Line shops at
High Springs, has returned to his du-
ties.
J. M. Mitchell of laldosta, i(a., Is
in the city. He is canvassing the city
with a view to establishing an up-to.
date pressing club, the tfrr to be
known aIs Mitchell & Proaley. Mr.
Mitchell is meeting with very fair en-
couragement.
'. M. Venable of Arredondo was
alnotgR the prominent folks from that
section who visited Uainesville yes-
terday. Mr. Venable states that S. A.
Iteeves and family, who have been re-
siding at Ianapala for some time,
have removed to Olustee.
I'rof. IOwens of the Martha Perry II.
stitute. Rulchelle, passed through the
city yesterday en route from White
Springs, where he was called a few
days ago on account of the illness of
his wife. Friends will be glad to learn
that her condition is greatly Improved.
Haminaun t Johni oii Iha rcturnred
from Mliiami. where le was called a Ifew
days agr on account of thie sad death
of hiis brother. Oliver, who was thevie-
tint of burning. mention of which was
mad. il the Sun. Friends of this
youniiK Irii mn ymnatliz< with him in
his trouble.
Hon. Hlenry .. Chubb, receiver o'
the I'llited .States land office in tlis
city, I.a- returned from a pleasant vie-
it to hii family at W'inter Park.
Friends of C(ol. CCLubb will b at the information that he is consider-
ably inlproved'l, after anl inilis psition
of several tday-.
Aiong thte visitors from the \West
End to (taiinMsvillo yrestrday was T.
A. (ayi of Bll, the present county
or. r... e rmi .. I .u... t ", I at i.


For l9ens-Ifielly furiihed from
ronom, wilh board, to gentlemen an
tile or two intllmien. Apply (W
Alachua Ate, r$. Y. llFarlrld, tf
Mlr. aldi Mr. T. Jennling Cope, V.
P. Smith and $llus Tirxah Witherspoon
departed yesterday for St. Louis,
where they will "take in" the World's
Fair. Friends wish then a pleasant
trip.
The Womlan's Forelg(: MislsIonary
Society of the Methodlist church will
meet In the lecture room at the hurtch
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. A full
attendance Is desired. and members
are retque,.ed to bring their Advu-
eates.
Ii. K. Shaw of Jacksonville, one of
the most successful life rhluranee s*.
licilors in the State, la spending a few
days in this city. Mr. Shaw was form-
erly of tulncy, but recently selected
Jacksonville as his headquarters on ac-
count of its central location.
H. T. Welch of Orlando has aaoepted
a position as agent of the southern
Express Company at this point, and
will assume his duties In a day or two.
He is an old and valued employe of
the company, and it is to be hoped he
will be pleased with his position here.
Afteran absence of several weeks,
during which time he has been run-
ning between Oeala and Homousasa,
Conductor Chas. R. Carter of the At-
lantic Coast Line arrived in the lity
yesterday. He expet to reMme bhis
run between High Springs, Oltra and
Micanopy today, relieving Conductor
Peake.
Hlon. Iobt. W. Davis and %Hon.
Frank Clark of Lake City, Congress.
man and Congrassmateloet uf the
Democratie party from the Second Dis-
triet, are among the prominent arrivals
in the city. They eame for the par-
pose of defending Hod. W. M. Hollo-
way, defendant n a ease of criminal
libel brought by an indictment of the
grind jury, and which Ja too f anllli
to require explanation.





New York




Racket.


CHEAPEST STORE OH EARTH.





Candy Candy



Candy.


Goule into the Candy
busilless on a big
s ('i e.


committeeman n i ru iii ln strict, -----i
Ier Anderson of Wade i regrliratlrin otlier. Ie can.e for the J.ust received a big ship-
) few days in tile city on bust. ,puriup,. of bringing to Supervisor
R Wade is also a merchant of Chleve the regiotration books. Mr. mlent of ....
aIlve town. (iay wil! ti- succeeded as commniitte-
rislkland of HagRe was in man Iby iThLd lryant, at present a I .H
tserday. Iie brought a load nir ii,,lbr of thr' ooard of County C'om1. |- u -
the market, which was dis- liliismsi r, from the it.l! district. rULlS
Stfair prices.
0i-Two nicely furnlhed REAl) THIS nn
4i conRyenient locationl in THIS.
plya03 East Lilb rty street,! j ,,.,, i... j ,. 4 l- i
"sun office f is to, ,.rtif, that olie b)tti> of the
letaher of Oraige iiight. Tx;a. WV er, lall's tirnt Iscov.ry, lij ; different kinds
l S tUoessflhl illanteris of tilei ,. J in)d wife : itd i;ystel f if kid.-
W a among thie visitorii tny, i y. ,lAdde r anl rhleumti trobi.ls. b W' will only h1ave t
eI capital yestt rday jand v.t n.,r ctlricrftir y recuom:n. dili it rl'i.ce'..
i H. E. Stokes, a iron trn o t K. It, w ,,. K WOn kind will be lo cents
~llir. Hradford county, wa. -It loll~ l, equal to ,< and ;-
J. sterkaye oliai inrter A TEXAS WONDER. tent candies.
bde delpartedr yesterday for iu,.. !,,8:i bottle of t... '.Txa. Won- The other kind will be
ithe vicinity of w .ichl ilty hb der, llIll',ir Itrart 1 ovry. c .rc a:l 0sol1 at 2') cents a pound-
emhaled a (hIt orange grove. kidi,,.' an ,,t IlatlirT tr,)bhic, removes tl ln-f)lrt pound flir ) Cents'i
S:to be absent ..ral days. ios asand Il,:v. back, reiuuma Cent
brief visit to ;is family iY tism iu nd alll irrgularitir of tI. kid- i a dtiies.
P. H. Baker returned ye- nty., no.i I, bldder i both mn'l andl ('OIc' arOUlld and buy
Oange Heights, where he ii wn,, r,,r Ftj:.. Ite bladder troubles in Oi.' id t i k i
alensively in thte. ,anufa el- ehiltdrel If not l old lty yoir ldruggist, i11 '
SIlstores, will t- I t bLry miial ion receipt of 1I.
l ir.J. llIe F. luke, fornll r- o)ne rilrnil bo)ttlIr iu two nlluntlirs' treat-
tily but iow residing inll nentn anl g-ldoln fail! to perfect a
i re here for a few days. cure. ir. Erinwt W. Iall. sole nanaui-
ito isit their little daugh- factulr.1r. P ,. b(r. -P. St. Iloni, o. i'M
is* a ltient at trhe dd send for testiinrnisls. Sold by all
allrum. druggiltL. 1I


prusini wap vA R r. ... er .. .
ture, only a few witnesses lbe
ent.
The young people are amI
most popular in High Springs,
information of their marra
probably received by their
there with a great deal of
The happy ialr returned onl
train to their home.
The Sun, with other friend
SMr. and Mrs. Dickey a long ti
wedded life.


ired a. UlAeatedUa the Porter BlO ,
si*de ars.. Threl, M
ing pres- d li d Th rop
service. Th/pl#bTwiiiOI
oug the and alwitys weoe.,
and the
1ge was Why Not Lasn to, op eli atlht
friends You amn wuer o a py ,f whe
surprise. edition of booklet enitid.
the t Say in Spanish and How to 6 l8
ds wlah Le diiwe ei
.d happy lantiehlaot Line,


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Il.A'TXb'~Or .. I. a aw Lover.
iruarlaneet. alid anuenwi tibe re ende d I IS
falls to remove lhe wort *eo O1 R i ll
Pliases, Tan. LUver ilSpo. .enwae.ws I",Mb
hel*ad dr say sla k meunioa la I dm-re-lieav
.be kin eoler. soft. hati aN r il sow r
baury or youth. TlMausesa teStifr t D Ibe
uria o Litatals. lPrides ela oiio 0 by lee4J
na druartws. or mll. PrarMse ily by
NATIONAL TOILIETW (< Pi, Te1 Fb I
ilol asoualtavia l sby
S. T odao. A o
And all Ladlpgt Droaitit.

P. AM. P itt, foorlmerlya iaM4 I
the naval Itore bualase at Parsiih s
but wbo1le isOew loatld iA th ue li
trade In St. Johas eoi ty. ft r es g
old friend In hli tisLt fted Mr
and irV. Padgts" lRai ov10 lie, 1I
Black at Palrl. I '
Prlearatory to openlag the 1te
stee of fernlture ead eramlitolm (a
the Store meitly vacated bi. .
Thomas. the Olaoeville r titslind (
Company i having eateLltt: 5J?0
tlons made n the ftret of p* M ps,
whieh will ake one of the MIe a40 *
trative store In the olly whenii elg
plated.
Wit probably a desire i li e0:a
to "th lay of &e land,&" (0 e, D ai
iaport, who liea been the e*lIeI( 41(.
penIer at the feotoala OI W. I. A w ,
haa aesepted a poltio with X ".'l
Voyle. manager of he AbluatM a nd
Realty Company, -ad e l pat tlo be
gin hil anr dateeil thlll eoralag, mo a
Carliele will saeeoed Mr. )avpos Mas
Aver'. s.
r. and Mrs. T. J. Sweardingesa r
amilly arrived home last mlig hlt Ml
Hot Springs, Ark'.. Mepela, Al lu,
and other points. Mr. aSweegllag
extended his visat to St. Loeis ld, th
World's Fair. leaving his k illy 0
Memphle. rleads are glad to a sftl
eome than agall. and will be please
to learn that the trip proted very e*.
Joyable,
Among the prominent visitors to
this eity are Col. and Mrs. Alex. St.
Clair-Abrams of Jaeksonville, who are
as the Brown House. Col. Abram.l I
one of the most able and widely knowa 'n
lawyers in the State, aad It here rep. Mauia
resentin a part of the propeeutioa ls
the case of lhe Staite W. I. M. Heo-..
loway. criminal libel. Mrs, Abraul is
well known and has many friends here,
being formerly Mea Daiey Slgelh,the |h |
eaofmpllshed dagghleror Mrs. LIllia
Sleigh. Her friends are delighted to
aee her again.


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