P. ILORIDA, FRIDAY
"W. Pl. ai 4 b~rly t.000). Seven Demec
Tt ill SI I aresimon harvo been elected
Si rit t
Imnrsi Sad J
NOVEMBER 11, 1904 TEN CENTS A WI
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Charlesto, i Nov. S.-Reportl from
all parts of West Virglnla lndleate a
plurality for Roosevelt and Palrbanke
aid victory lfr tle Desmoratic state
ticket. Cttating of votes is very
LoaIsville, Nov. P.-With noe-third
Vf Kenticlky's 1.394 prectnlts report,
04 at I1 o'cldek last alght as vote
l4loeates a majority In the state for
Paker of from It,000 to 14.000.
MmtlaStory. Nov. .--H8 D.
lilorly. chairman d the Democratle
*0 oMwlmittS. MS loWight that
lmiH ad est thI e latest vote ai
iu.i TIhe o man*rtty the Parker
elslsue 1wil probably bi T7i,0t,.
M"' ale', kJPIi "
St.L4el. Io 0.--bitsmomerate
tlsuoa tlekets by N$00; t. uloal
uss OCity. Not. .-The Jounal
Rllp.) elalme tlhe dell t Colgress
e*1 Cowherd, tlbaira of the oDemo
01ils conaretioal ooRitteet, by
AtUatft, *No. 3.-.-eorg4 t bas glve
I onod vofte ar the DemocraU c aal.
0t4l ticket sa has deleted a soll4
DeIBooatl delegtoa ito the lower
btoua of eangrcss.
While Mr. Watson has. received a
ftlr vote In a gool any counties.
ibl asmaonta tjW notlilOg more sub.-
staIItUIl tb a coapliatenary lestia
MoBlal from hle former. e PoHulist aI.
llii a&d from some Deumorats who
atdmre himt persuanily.
Jaekion, Nov. 9.--h ttlron coming
In show that letsv.,i 0 .ioooU and 75.-
000 vota "were ceat and the oppos.-
lion to the bemor:rnti!c pirty v.11 poll
bhtweon lL'.09O and 1 ..',I .
Naihvllel. Nov. ,- -TI. Democrats
ihae catrile tbli :ts:. ,y I21.ii0i.). The
Replbllcana hav~t. ni u.. lt. e'i.:et.l
the congretfKitinn fru-.l thllre iirt nl
-Second dt!t:lFt .
Bltlinore. Nor., P.--The- De:ocrats
have undutub;:edi) carrl-l Mlaryland
by a sate niajority. I.Baltimore goes
IDemocrallc by 2.10 isaj(srlt.. and
advicei from outaidi cjiut;ie.e assure
'4re York. No.. .- The, tilal wave
came, but it y. a a llir;cyite nt wRav4
Ine'tod of a Dnmicratuc o:;.. as Juiidge
rArker had ls;,:..
leturne received Indicated that
Precedent Rxoosevelt has swept thl.i
stlte by plurality ~sa grat as that
given Mr. MlKiin!') In 1'J00--11,.C0i
-I-f hot greater.
.The ltlletlI. Ifr-.m r:up-sate at this I s 1v -
'hour ecm to prei; ag t& Roosev Ielt by a plurality of 60.000. The in-
majority to prrlectu of about lt d1ctlins are that I1anly for governor
malorIty In 2 that Ctl of but w. will run behind the national ticket
00 or 20,00. about .000 votes.
IsNoplln prreinet. In UJ!teor rcomty .
w1nt against its most dlstlnlgulshed Minnesota.
cltlzen, Jidge Parker. St. Paul, Nov. 9.-Roocevelt nediiv.
Sd a record-breaking plurality in .11.
Wllinngto. .Delwr, ov. 9.-Rnoo lesota ollion fal r beyond McKinley's
ett haM c d D e b) argn of 77.000 four years ago. The
Velt has carried lelaaret b) nboilt face of the retlmrns so far received
,t0 and the relteptllians elect t glve the Republican electoral ticket
governor antl congressman. The leg- a plurality of over 100.000.
lsaturs w.ll be overwhAilmngly IR.
Pennsylvanl. ; Detroit. Nov. 9.-Michigan today
Phihadelphl. Nov. 9.--I-racl W. was the scene of a veritable Repotbh
Durham. tLe .Republ!cna c!ty lelaer, li an lisdalidtl Rouocvelt and Fair.
Mays that Rot,obsevlt's majority In banks have carried the state by an
Philadelphia wil he tIit0400. His ma. unprecedented majority. varlic;sly es-
jprlty Inl ti'o r eti will Ic 'tcr ~An1,c0n. 1 nateld at from 10o.icei, to I 00,>
Mr. M.11Kllley tcrrt'.l ti.l ~a; i The Republican state tlcit.et 1 Is .c1i
19Q0 by 1'5.4:t ':Ir. Ii( atd 11 of the 12 conrr"esemea from
SMichigan are IReipublican and the lea.
Now Jersey. Islature overWhelming HItOpblican.
IT r tll on( . N,." v. t It .. .ll+. t it ru; "- *-
t:ne iiky c s'n, i' ,,:t up! !Lnn i w Wisconan.
garln ut .;iId.'t 4tt tloOeevyIt 'ba Milwa l3ukee, Nov. s.--t ia gleorally
ataaAm ~ Roe' t~ r
t' In hS5 ii
Carried Alachua County Over
Opponents by 46.
HIS TOTAL VOTE I s (
ODmocrata of Alachua Severely ,
buked Action of State Committlle
Nomlnating Wolfe Against the R .i
lar Primary Nominee.
Returns have been received frompi
ery preolaet In Alachi county, g!
they show that W. IU. Holloway, lI
oeratie nominee for Superilatedesal
llae Sehoolea, earned thi eouaty i
Today's alee tion by a majority of
voteM oeer all thbe ofkl hi arppol
PolJlowlg I, the ooemplete vote by pq
lasts for superlatemlenst:
1Hoo1. Wotle o0-eal W
NEW IBNLANO STATES
Boaton, Nov. -.-The Globe at 9:30
o'clock tonight say that Doullu
(Dem.) ta elected OgvernOr by a phl
rally of 15.0 and that Rooevelt
has carried Massachusettl by 80.000.
Now Iaven. Nov. 9,-The New Ha.
ven Regliter Unit.) clatlnn, the state
of Connecticut for Roosevolt by over
30.000. the eloclon of Roberts (Rep.)
for governor by nearly as muck. and
the state ticket na New Haven by
frotm .000 to 1,600.
Providence. Nov. $.-At 11 last
Slght with 38 4sttrlets out of 1U la
the state reported. Roolvelt's vote
Was *.7T* and Parker's Xc1T. The
$ght tor soveror remalu la Is dbt.
wmU Utter (Rep.) the lader Is 1 di
trWcta is the state by 1.338.
GCteord. N. H.. Nov. S.-Prmldeat
oweveit has carried the state by
1.M0 to 10.000. and MeLaoe (Rep.)
fr governor. Is eirced by at least
11.000. Thu lelature is Republlcu
by a large majLrity.
White River Junction. Nov. 0.-
Roosevelt carried this state today by
about 31.000. uoosovelt ran ahead
ao McKinluy's vote In 1900. while Par.
her ran behind that or Bryan.
Portland. Nov. 9.-The ellmlnatloa
from today's election of a state coa.
tast In Maine detracted from the Ila
terest. The result was a victory for
Roosevelt. Returns tabulated at 10:30
p. IB.. from 350 ou0t of 519 cities, towns
and plantationsm gi Ilvoosevelt 67.949
uam Parker 27.4;:u.
Columbus. Nov. 9.-The Rr niblican
plurality In Ohio iAll exceed the hlhi
water mark of 117.000 In 1S94, and
also aa* prIevious Republican record
on oongresinin. It Is believed that
the 8octaEhts intcrrused their vote at
the exppi'' of the.Dlemocratu.
Topeo.a, Nov 9.-ThIIc Indleatlioa
aro that I i,,ve.'c. wi : a;-ry the stale
by .0.001 0 plAirciti. The state ticket
Is badly c-ra.:, l andl the complete
returns i ut. *,*'. d bil e lefir- ltodax;.I
T. T. KFei;, ncil ;d:ih.ati fIuir st.tot Lres l
urer, I. r'tiningl i btl hiltt li s tickets
All thI. l. ;,t-,:i .ivan c,;lgr'e. .o;i.L,:i arae
C'li'-ia. Niv. 9. The iptlb ipcaans
Liavi carfri<1 ll linoi 1,) Ip overwiu. elan.
lag Inajorit oll t'l k ('oty goes for
Roosevilt ly) prolbally 100.000. lIem-
ocrats will likely lose several r
tndtanrn .in N..v O.--Cbairanli
Ooodrich of thie tRpublican state
commtite clailm the iLtate fo r tlr..u-
4Bat Iaeo City. Nov. .-BRetur
from thr.e e i)rclncts in thll citY gil*
Ro->orhelt 01. psrlier t2, D.ebs GM
The AurilrrtLn part) ilil alt uneY
pect.ly lartr vote In this Ucolluity and
porsti y elvctrd some of thler ltcklet
[W4iWr ounty, I whblch otd Is5
'"--ii-* 'bimt w_**kudik~wsk (
Prellesso war. a'
LaOrosse... 93 14 7
Alaehua ... 19 ,
Cow Creek 1 1 1
Trento .... 44 28 4
Newberry. 61 .2 4"' '
Giinesrille... 201 61 110
Hawthorn. .. 1 '2 4
Island tirove 5 .' 2
icanopy. .. 45 Al .'4
Archer 27 31
Arredundo.... 22 4 l
Fairbanks. 11 S 4 .
MelIene .. :
Windsor . 17 7 7 .
Lake View .S .2
league .. S( 1, 3 .
Oeooola., .. : I,
rangee 'tIIs. 17 3 3 '
High Spriings 1i i I I
Hell . .. 41 .2 I
Can lpll ) l3 4
Total .... ,94 2772 2 4 I
The county canvassing board,*0.giB
posed of the county judge. supervisf
of regiesratio and chairman of il*#
ioard of Couaty C'omnlissioners. ill ,
canvass the vote today and declare the
result, a tabulated statement of wbhih
will be published as soon ss possible.
Cheyenn.!. Nov. 9.--Wyominlg is co
eeded by the Democratic leaders t
have gone for Roosevelt by a lar
majority. The race for the gove'rfi 2O
abip betw n ihIr.,au; II, BitxOk. I1 W-::
publlcan, andi Jolln 'T. Oisorn, Dm
ocrat, is clos,
Denver. Nov. V.-I rom scattert f
return" r-cived it apelrlsr that
Roosevelt -artI,.%* Colorado by a pl L
reality of omnlethllin lbetwtveen 5,000 ad
10.000. and that Allnnis is elected go ;
Reno. Nov. 9.-So far as heard frol
the Repuiblican state ticket Is In tb
lead, and Ycerlngton tRep.) for ca*
gress Is probably elected over Va
Duzer (tlem.) The slate Is conced
to Roo rvelt. Norcross (Rep.) for sI
preme judge is rinnlni ahead of hiS
Slolx Pallr. Nov. 9.- R.oosvelt ha s
carried nearly every county In the
State by pluralliles of from 100 tO
2,000. Indlcating that his plurality will
not lhe far from 5i).000. The estl
state and congressional ticket. as wlI
as members of the leglPlaiture,
Grand Forks, Nov. 9.-Roosevt
carrels North Dakota by from 20.000.,
to 26.oto. This is an Increase (If oer
60 per cent from McKinley's majority
a *'bel Atteikt ola
K f h^ s* 9 li
frj j w itt e
Ujkte.1 s.llU- '
wiJr .r"m a .
the Brekf ft
er, afer lighty
over hM is d.
t*n age trdm
l lake, proper
p bqult up and
ada or-ry phr-
h '(eel tIld.'
le*io a. mll. t
hketlid WIftl Oin ,t Hiklm
oetri t, Mteh., W'w, *.--*war
HoNSrdt. piattmaUker, Wae *asot
R14d Instably killMl by hkI sos Arthur,
ag d Vt. Apeordltu 10 MM. Howard,
lber huLitnd, who bsil*ays was a
heary drinker, attacked her whan she
rerfuias to gRiO him t mre money to
I ontlnue a uprep. Thler dubhtelr ran
to the mother's resoqua. *a4 Howard
throw botxh ,f them to thie door and
was holdirl them thPer by their
throats whoe Artlihr eame In the doir.
The' yn tlon mania ~,mr~tid a rro4lver
and caught bl ICtlhor by (lio h ahiui.tr.
As the father tutrnd the revolver was
dltae(arga4. 'echclatsally. so the son
alnd hi* mother Inallt. Young HIow
ard I" umnd'r nra t.
lv"eilp-o" ...ue I~t3 t10R..
rrlp t Pt" it 1 l hi. : ,, '*t t nl, ita, :, i. y
ri stssiltyl elamlld taa ia t he 'o wet:'I tt a1.vh' ,r1i'c it
'St lit d we Well.th hel ti;t o i llup il-, i ilrt
plpsl wori in bottle il i. aljdihni Wothl ia Ii iii' bl; a
r4ellsis of pg do it. The W;.z;tr l .l III, ... ,ill .ad*
oir 0i)'My eMlsrti! (tnt Iwas lro me .;tils It t
fll people !wlr tll'nilaia tait thl' teet
S~jtIMMt t the l yl.art n lulihatr. (lilt the apt
w is l lslpte daoi tte tller ta'* w, I a pll
vre rt g flat pit to domae anrl tun bolr itmd
MIh of olatet d By the tolMte W" w t |M
Sslg wiri vMs turl free the doo. The sup.
II-I pTee saila apa n d e the staig
sa bad, ha e tei melP to state that If
ns* asi me,,b t wouW per double tih
2;2 1p woLs l dII ld eiter Ai plot bottle,
Rio '51sow ni h. a lIr ta*l b. oIntead of
,, I, lats -, hrashed lie then,
lsm^ o:. srri mapeld Lyr the stage door.
*sui 1i A A ri e iultl. lIn, whrhL thil thIlter
"ll ,i 4 Imb kbadly wirwkt, *aod titfl dukeu autl
6,lla L b OIm leka td to lmaiv tuow untll
he exeUteMrunt wi s well over.
l Ortls at C adle.
Th:. e la, t t I*a 4on l Mto th Ik of It,
aWy too h1 u iou Quen u1aM.ore ca oneo-
'Met tbian iU ut dret apparent between
SthI "tree to" ulem tie crlentle of the
id*M refrainn, with which geneutlion aft.
at enerBation of hable ha III n crbeen a .
It to s*tep. rat ceradleA of the ninth
sa* teelth <'enttrteis wer .fornait of n
tli I ell ion ot' wfile trIutni of s tr ae. scooped
;, out. witi smuitl holes bortl at the
l~eI )116 his m thInMhlto wlrhc to "aHl tlie, corda
a t* lol nd forUt to pr velt the cbild
W too.f tro l uorllit out. The n tntr. l itlvel-.
Ity of thl wood ol the Oltitside enabled
itCaw shart tile nursT to rcnk UatrinaSnt.
S'Thee at'aormaous antliqtly of the new
t wat~ite :m tle In startling wheno oune
s y ren0tutber the wif cntile or basket
ato the time of 0at Me, and later it to
', I 'Lknowv.n ol 'xslluL tt athorilly that the
0. S. Uiasey 'Itomai tati.es I sl t 1 cruiles.. Tlthim
, IW' i.oHsWi WtreS tlhe l(p meatjors of the elhborat-
tbbI gi g ly eI ctrvlqd ra.udies wwh-lriC f.o.nu'l ai t in-
5 ill t'aportmnt a part of time bl'elitoil furnt-
Stare until wltp tle hlst iftly years.
A Tsw of Vlolln Xako.
S The omliy lhIL4S 111 tIlW world wltrei
r:W I *dsa Is .ti oinll l tin naiy be I>;ll to consti-
t.te the aottithl& inditstry is Marknet-
Ilrekrtcen. Int itrxoy. with its nnmcerous
t srtaturnlinr; viltanes. 'ThI.fre are alto-
SI l eolatle g'ethe!r ti.l.i' 1.I~l.ti people,* In this dl*-
akithail l oueen trlk elt;r'an'; l e':l Ively l tie nmanu-
..c.uro ot VIoilim Tlie lIhaboltmanP.
If. f Io a:r mail bI;y erld Oirt t the
h~99hnat ld iv. S wrtlakt1l, -r.iy lmadtml vetclran and the
l'le telli g11 gitnl ailmlt wr.o:l':i. tre i employed
*II ImO IaOrUgt'Otlot il', a .Vimr i:i making IoeIII
"i. 4. 6.ld by artn or uotlir (of ttI LnatmAnIucatit.
WCTITaw OrNTUoYv CLU.
Tlo rit Ksl drr.
lina1 ltsf.r-" Iit ;hliat l \Villina ('ary,
Ar r', i r : -, .
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Ha'j.O l ,.iE X'- P N :, .....;, '' ;
For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gaine ville
G. W. HYDE.,
"THE BIG STORE."
oney Saving School
Shoes For Bops
Stylihb, Comfortable. Mannish BShap,
The only klid of Shbo modern boys waul
sad hundreds of wide-awake boys ar bay*
lag their Shoes here. They like the style,
fit, wear and price.
$1.00, $12, $1.50, $2.00 ind up.
We Carry All Kinds of
Good Desirable Shoes
For Men, Women, Girls, Boys
and Infants at Money-Saving
Prices every day. Give
Theiu a Trial.
Y1'll Fled the Lb M e We' K l l meaI M e rar.
I It IQU ART. k IT S F OR
G. W. HYDE
S "THE BIG STORE."
Take The Atlantic Coast.Line
FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
S:L ': tihe gre t slwaam:iti:ta ili Vi ia Via T v
"t B WILuillI Danl 11l Inrguiblat. .atl aboult Il* blogra- NAf Dupont D D ponet A h PAIO. .U' t poS.
Ek VI pber: "It he give, mi .>e relit for bela or or Steaabl Jar', a-
S t 1istl t.. 01tOry lub will pl oatd. er. be *11 do mue Justic. Any- JV l at'Ul e JsecorntUe Line Monuromer'
5a| IXtblnl wreyond this will be toa much. I
S .rei rrfrTeonke Noveer S i To tsbll wn *rrtlryau.*- Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
dtt, a i oelek .s Sbie relideIee Sine ._
S( L. O. .A.oeloutkl. Time Table in eleect Sept. 1 1904.
$e. M 1. t .bibrNde of Lake OCity Oosn't Re.pect Old Ae.
r.:Ik 'rt alin't Qli Old AI. JDepaIrt Fur GAINESVILLE Arrive F946
le llS. guest of iClt b nd waill seit Isaeatfu when jouth faile to G - AINESVILLE Ar
a i tren oupln o"Jl"1pan" show proper repeot for old lpe. but 8:4 pm High Sprnge and Intr. li:3103s
jW hope eliry et Cmr of the Olub just he contrary ln the case of Dr. Daily mediate Points Daily
.. Kea p d' to rspoad rhia l'sNw New Life Pills. They out off ____
'lbmim e lel1d, w111 some rmarkemr maladie no matter how severe and ir-- 12:4 pm Ocals. Leeburg and Tampa, and 8:40pm
o fb11o tu.f day: "Notesa Imrepe !.ve of old aIt. Dt popeld. Daily Intermediate Points Daily
At &am iI. UO1 War." ,Janidle. fever, eonstipation all yield
Ma. A. IAs Pe to this perfect pill. 25oe t all drug 2:00 pm Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville. 1 :L)0 p
LT J. L. EKtLLST, Se'1. tors0. Daily North, East and West 'laily
A God omplaton. TLx l. 12:15am High springs, Waytros, Savannah. Brunswick, 15 pm
I t eye atnd rosy cheeks r I pulrsuawne of oChapter 4115, Daily Albany, Atlatna all Points North, East West i lty
'YL~n~Ii ly end naahekltr MISetlo 34, Laws of Floridag, [ ive be-
.ils b y S ila D- Wl-st' Little Earlyilow a tatement showing the amount 8:lpm ...a ..
Ser wTA. A ertM o euo of taxes eolleted by '. D. Dickinson, Daily Roehelle. llcanopy and Citra
We to sap. blo soutption. ete tax collector of Alachua conty. Flor- .
I!hpIm I to takeasyl to lat. ida, for the period emhdig (let. 81. 18:b 7: B
V- l b adNggists, a 190, as sehowu by county tresurer'r5 Dll Hig Sprint. D
"h im ri t U....ti elpts on ile in my offie, towita eM. odo al SDodi
I wt l p mairrll Licensee, 1903........ .... ... ... .. .... --
Thru, wa P a hppy arriage at L'ma. -Lins .S 190 .. 1^80 Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 mUie of among the P-..
& lls thurdly Mornloaln, the contract. (eneral Fund, m.. 10 sl ipal trlilway in the Southern lStte, are nu Mle by the principal agent. .
l partlie being J. C. Owens d A.lle Ia Finr FoFnd ( m... .... i 21 Through Pullmanl sletr'er Port Tampa to New Yor. via Atlntie
Its._ns a,_ ,h _ is* R ..oad Fund, ... 14 Line; also via Atlintie Coast Line and otithern Railway.
tLmd. Smith 'The br.de II at litet of School Fu1i, bw- ... .' .1 811 For complete informattin. cll oln'
"fC i Mrse. L. J. Olatt. and is well known in School Fund Polls 1..... 113 n
k s.Iity. wher she hs vistl on se. School Fund Polls 19(Dl 1. I00 J. A. OOODWIN. Ticket Agent, (Ganesvillte
t1.l:e1.t-* w ihehal on "'l Sch ool Fund gpee'l Tax VDis4... 24 Addresi:
teal ocelsioa.l ihe isa I'youua lady of rl 'l Tax F NK C. I..OYLS rorN. Com'l Agt.. W. D. STARK. Trav. P['s. A'
e l5 a nst I areeable ..tanltuare, and made Total,. ...........1.701 OS 138 W. lay ft.. A.tr Ilnilding .caeksonville, Fla.
aI, ny friend here who will extend to It. C. Dmsox, H. M. EMER.ON. Tmr. Malr., W. J CHRAt. (Gen. PaI.. Aft
1 ih th (ourtuntate groom oaongratlltions. Clerk Ciruit Court. 'Wilminigttn. C, Wilmington.N. 0.
.. in T I? iI.
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UP III Wviixr IS TIIERA i
CARPENTER sc "..t 'It
1-- i, h ar.. ..
W l ll g0n at Meth. fi r ,uil h',),(f thi, 1 ".
E lrb Next Sunday. 'iIi ;'il i, ,i.ya .
WAVE OF RKLIION (UI-U.h at ,,rini 1., '!
Which Will SwaOp the at'it' l f tht.''s .
One Indtothe Other and iinirclCdi ts% multit'ul .l I
l Many Conversionra-Emi- s ttl's ]iuilsion r,
al to be Here. ti. l latest mi ll -
GIltnesvlll i f jlk t have lail
for go loag ft-I a a re,.lwa'...is a'vcrl d for weak Imi.,
Il uio arolo to w )1 b1d. aw vitality I
get them todoing0 tin g i,
l0g thim," remarked t.. v weak n,- and all .iilis
ter, pastor of KaraauaghI (isea.-cs.
pler, who Is Iate of the
sent speakers antd i'artI.,t ] h 4. rI, -.
So the Slate, annotiinc tlhtt a --- -------------.
lelln will be held At 1 61 NEIWS TERSELY TOLD.
beginniing Silunday tI.ritrnil, -ig,...- -
Ue for two or three weetksl. The IProltbitionis t.. hi4opI to Aecaturte
will be assisted by lttv. OI 0 e rOFr. el lntatlav." l- the next nation.,
NIoIworthytle mline ltaalt a c'tTng "'-.
irisianopy. wh. has eoilnuri a ,1'i'i"4 tion row at Candlen.,
igirt good fur the Jca.e N 11..1'lay o.aim l rawn wa.,
thi tate agood r ther State. t i 1 lIe hi I with a club aund
Sthis itate d otaert itates kII! ,
tllhy is now canductin.gg a 'I, :, I t;ia -,r, c i reIbyte(-
aItlings at Jasper, which he lI, h' i I, ab annal r eb
wrought a great changein .n n it I I.K t' ,, There Ia
of that place. Fifty ad- a .art.:, ai. d,1,
|hasve been made to the 1 : .',, a.a, I Will Brown was
1 Jasper through his power. kii,,l I I, l.a eh,,r neg roias were
s sand he predicts thaihe i I .. t I t. :ir t.lills. ;an., Tluemay at
Iwll prove a big thing for the a r' 1t:I *,.r ( :a'trrel
Ol.ei"vllie. car4!b .
i tby will elose the meet- Otle,,r :'"iap, I l.an,; y. Ala.. while
r Sunday and arrive here Latiot lni"Jt; t1o nrr I a r:'egro for mur-
bifin earnest work Monday. 'ter. r' ,v'ed aii .,it' I:licted by the
Ineat ministers, among aa i.i' 1.! iai hat v'1,l ,. tim the use
Presiding Elder Hilburn of of tlhon a, ye'.
Ill*tdistrict. will no doubt It Is -aild Alml iralM I)ey will be In.
ll work. vitutld a a r'pIr. w':intlIve o(f this coun-
try ta I, C'o a, a ;i'-. :.i r of the Anglo.
.Wm VOTE IN LEVY. R[nsian inlifliry c'm
Igat t iL I)so t.g-r 'I:a:!; affair.
Ailgeman Phillips Received a 8o. Thtre was a s riotis earthquake oa
vere Jolt. the islant! f F ioru'a at 4:30 o'clock
gI Nov. lO.-Independentism Siuth' :,. ,hing. h center of die-
doeasyth-blow by the D remo. houses". wer t' and 78 people
a e 0 ant'y Tuesday. The re. killed nr ainjuted.
J ruish State Executive Com- Next to Pr r.id,.nt RoHtosevelt'f record
ssaIseruthlngone. InWillslton hrareaklg ote the Socialist poll for
I dtriat, the home of commit, l agwne V. D)eltbs as a feature of the
1B. Phillips, the Democratic election In Ch:iRt':>. .Mr. Debs polled
' foreounty school soperinten- a total of 41.':ii5 votes in the city,
kmi who had no opponent. Hol- as again" >,ll;. r',at for him In 1900.
W Oe exceeded his by seven. Jupde Eniory Sppeer. of the southern
,be vote In this precinct was: di trlct of (Gorg!a federal court.
0In t7, O'Neal 32, Wolfe 12. hignet a. wr!t of habeas corpus Ttesa
ile total numberof votescast for dtay reiar,,!r.g a n'gro who had b' -n
w Ot 60. In Morriston lHollo. sent'neei by the r'earder of the city
given W6, Wolfe 5 and O'Neal cntart if Mae n t. live months' Impri-.
Phillips received 42 votes, onment In i': cha'ingatg.
e&k gave Holloway 38, Wolfe 3 The t'a.i:' I S oMtes suprerne co:rn
1lI Bronso,-llolloway 34. has ati r:,d decIkson of the --
'ia; Wolfe 12. L.evyville-Hlol- pren:mr' 'ewot: \'''-;'-ons n In.thne n4."
ir, O'Neal 12. Wolfe 4. Ellzey 1" I lr It 0 : e, iIt which uIta)t,. :
WSay 18,~'Wolfe 10. O'Neal 1. 's atf -veral paiprs. In ".Milweial
*![e--Wolfe 27, Holloway 13. were h-nvic' I tla f i11dllet'ged cmlI n.-
I 8. Lebanon-llolloway tlion .. "itothl paper f
hi Judson-Holloway 82. Wolfe clty tI'cau.,' it rai pd its al'ae '
ia 1. Shell Pond-Holloway ri-t.s.
1I 116, Wolfe 2. Fannin-Wolfe A Heavy Load.
S &a1 5. Chiefland-Hlolloway To lift that load off the stomach take
4, O'Neal 2. Inglie-Hollo. Kodol Dyspepl Cure. It digests what
Wolfe 2. O'Neal 1. Wresler re. you eat. Sour stomach, belching, gaX
J otee in the entire county. on stomach and all disorders of the
ll Holloway 88., Wolfe 11ie. stomach that are curable, are instantly
06. No election was held In relieved and permanently cured by
POdistriet, as It was impossible to the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S.
hNetors for lack of interest in P. Storra. a druggist at 297 Main street,
mtlon. New Briteie, Conn.. says: "Kodol Dye-
lllWo*r not over seventy-live vo. pepsla is givitig eauch universal satl-
I' the county who took enough faction and is so surely becoming tihe
I the proposed constitutional positive relief and subsequent Cure for
this distressing ailment. I feel that I
*4Iiat0 to vote either for or am always sure to satisfy and gratify
IlK them. It is believed the mana- my cuatomiers by recoinmnendintg i to
1 against all of them, but will them. I write this to show how well
t kutowa until the vote is can- the renamed is spoken of here." Kodol'
today. l)yspepaia Cure' wan discovered after
t years of eltaentifle experiments and
NOt a ick Day Since. will positively care all etonmah trou-
ltaken severely lick with kid- e.. old y all drgists.
iliMo. I tried all sorts of medi- T., Anelse Aster.
Iiba of which relieved me. One ,t-t.ri'. . I I,' n';ll writer, thar
iw an ad of your Electric Bit- n<'ltii 'l ,.. i: .. '' M.'xi
S deterninaed to try that. After ad' te-l .:. t I,'; itl he' f ll enitlc'L'.
| few doset I felt relieved, and Ti,' ,it \I., s '' ,ii n lra'tIi l laeis-
Iberyafiar was entirely cured. Sill',. l1 lil t' ilam ut' nahti
D ot ieen a lick day since. 111t' ", I -..:' <' i l':it-s. ittlt.,.it il it.!iu
So'ef minme have been cured of wa're' ii:' I at aiil, ,,..;tiii' laila'. n-la-
[SMMiu, neuralgia, liver and kid. Ing t., 'It li "-' **'.',t. ia'l. s-alt '.me tWeaS i
bies a nd general debility." i :::- it .:t I atl ta;>tl m>l.'ii'll'lta
SB. F. Bas of Fremont, ate a : ;, .,.e'. zt;.Tnsi, < orf the
Wiilee. Only 608. at all drug- a 1, '.1.1 w aas t-.aied y 1.te
'.... ..i.... ..... W .tt l: :i. ,, ntis waI c <'r, iuttlr d w it. t
Dath of Mrs. Arnow. ituu.n al:. h.mi-e aatt,.il elinutrt.' wias
I.I-on reached thit city 'rThur. ailaim'ad I the dcaet uf the Waotiml
daIoh e r s1. J. Leslie Ar. alte va..it wits alratiw o.it of Iaolsonae
h.l sawdevent occurred at he Wmmti pr;..t'i',." inlh' tlitnti hleala.ha'i'.
S1 Mieanopy early Tiataroday w l i ,.
,a Deeeaised'was only *ixteeta -.. .'. .'..
( e at the time of her death 'l. Ipai a Help! I an fal
_ ,arrid atDeLadlst He I He I am l
, .Mr. .Arno. )iir, Me, I I And a kind aeiChbor came to th
.lo ~~~r .t her .I .mi Hair Vigor. lh hair wa .
JPathy of tie ,roAIrmrIaII I ad hvy,* sod wllh all the d
W, yu I ag dai l*anIfad thd
VV. : t t ,' I .w
S I r .,. Ui
A. n ", bo li*d'l
e'I I'" '. I ,' ,'1 Il e )illig elt
of lhn l!.:,t o ..., I ,, lthel riil l e frold
the i:> : hlr death her he.l
It.Lou l.d I;(e pla, Ii 4,0 1.4 Ll,'. In the I[ ill.
Hht 11.0rt \l It ;h;i A ,i A. Il t horl ly a fte
whi h 'rjI I'l layI illtl r tde? il ter sit -
ters. it;;t, l ithl.e th'uiln to itor,
id t hle wi Lt l.ti hlltld alld all. But
on e l.nigit ht:"er lhI burial the haull
was throwju li,.) t-r.:ile coufixion, aud
with her lwa,'I i.ltr h er arm. SI,
-jpbr, diIA lthetu with their nglkicted
protlea 4 il4. [ .hll nl the h1id IIa tohe
table. ,l:..a|)x ',d. lu tMe uoroiug
the hed t wiui M.il tl re .iila on tthe
colIn I ,uiin dula up tle btxly was found
to be lheidlesd. Any attoaept to r-
rmove the hed was- followed ba y d1-
turlamt. .durlipa atw night. It was
*ven buirilt ait a distance from tte
bote. lut was rnstotre by the gblI
Everatrllly ti he Iiad tll ippeored blut
the dilturbana*s continue nightly in
StrIos Mands aid Iad Health
Iuts of SUittes bhasL been pulled
by Invallds. P1arkmian. the historian,
was a bankrupt In health before he be-
gan hil llfe'a work. Heine lived is a
mattress grAve for year. Was t not
Pope who poke of "that long diseme,
my life?" I. L. Stevenson pushed
away death with one hand while he
wrote ndi lllttedl clgrettets with the
other. There are hundreds ot like In-
stances. Mr. Tikleu always was a 'vale
tudinarian and never bad any phbys-al
energy to spare. But he had mental
energy. T:ht is tit e lualitn liniu. A
sound l Iwly a:nlkes for s tlllty it;f liiint.
but physical etlrergy ndll llekntl energyg
don't always go toettlher.--lI;rpier'
SCarelessness is responsible for manr
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from throat and lung troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption. eoullh
and cold. even the wonrt cases can be
cured, and hopeleM resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Loit Cragl of
Dorchester. Mea"., is one of many
whose, life was aved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This great remedy is
guaranteed for all throat and lungdis-
ease, by all draoistas. Prlee, i80
and St. Trial bottles free.
Negro Youth thoots Grl.
Oxford. Ga.. Nov. 9.-Cleveland
Banks, a negro boy, haa shot and
killed Oeorgia Iister. a negro girl
abott t mroles from hIert. The bLyY
had just returned front hunting when
upon arrtvlng a' t lie ho hse and find!nfr
the girl reading. he pointed the Rg;I
at her. She easled ilmn not to do th'at.
as the gin 'wa.; locil.d. lAter the
shellT were taken anay from hint. hab
he soon got them. 1i1 approat.el
the girl and pi'!ntcd the gon at bvr
and as she wasi hieaing him not to
point at her with a loaded gtn ht
flredl, tearinRg uil her throat and kill.
InR her Instantlv. 1e Immredllat'**ly
iave himself t toh an officer of thle
law nld is In the c ol'lly jail at C'ov
IleWitt's Witeh liasel Salve has
cured thoneands of csee of piles. "I
bougliht a box of IleWitt' Witch lHasel
Salveon the recommendation of otar
drtuggisit." o writes 0. iH. LaCroix of
/aralla, Te "aod used it for a stub-
born eae nof pile. It atired me per-
mlanently." Sold by all drauiltsr.
Ilngl" cried the hair
Srescue with i bottle of Ayer' I
ed la Igraitude, It Irew tooI
lep, rich ,olor of early li f
or iIEy vwn. LhIL&
Mrs Elizabeth H. Thom
dale, N. Y., Grand Wor
and Member of W. C T.U.,
recovered from a serious ill!eI I
oun MW, wPAas t.
B readlhe erea
44e 11m" smd MmesIn
eli als le bats ad I
I walt w l i -
bmedoE a te tite
al there -adle to4 Lydl
Ir.L. ai,, 4 alR o ess tu h
1- 11 .. ... i i 111 1 i 1,1 n I 'l i -
Tho secret r Ior WMlaolst 1m6ewp.
It pt often I'een taid that Wis'ter5a
nrt 4H x nit airt of ernionh. Bat the Wv*
aon of tahe evnslonn was rev*eren0 ie
keptl litinslf reveently at at distanel.
lie knew how un h le eol l aot I 4,
tnor wat s he ever confident even of the
thilnz tll: t he cmuld doi. e and these
things. therefmre. lie lld superlatively
well, linvgl to grope for the mueau Il
the re'trwee of his Ioul. The partieo-
eIr qltuallty of exqulaltenel and fIelh-
neas tliat lgiv\ to all his work, wheth-
er on cnnviin or on stotte or on copper,
a dlnsttliton frtin awl above any coa-
teuaipr.-ry work nnd' makes It dearer
to our eyes ndt heartIs la quality
thnt canle to him because be was an
amnteulr nnd that ahkled with him be-
cause he never c -eaed tobe an Inm-
tear. lie was a master through his
lack of imantery. In the art of writnt
be wisn n Ialntrt thrurnul his lack e
mansterr. There tI almost exact paral-
Il between tlif two ides of his Ilgm-
isa. Nothing could be more absbr
then the general view of bl as a ias-
tirly profeslonal on the oeL aide amd
a trIlltis amateur on tbh other. He
wa certainly a painter who wrote
But by the allllhteat movement of
Pntp's little finger he might hav been
a writer who palnted.-Metropolitai
oft ..r<5tm ,
tnl1. 111w i
Fastwt Ti. -1 Fl
N0ri Wm, WAI,i
M as Mw uraw.
.I elus DIalog'
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanlah 0Ath. Il-2 "
You camn es e Ate copy of the bnew "*
elltion of Ihklet entitled, "What to taeltetr4 ta
I yluSi tSxlslh ind low to oSayt tb' rr at.Is
IeAndini' sw", trr in |talartRe tO WV. n. i1]
I.-ahy. lvi.,,n l'aselIer seAtl At -
lale oea .(t 1 t rtilroa
rlo(p in bere
I'r batty1 of the
0*0O' "clads ian
ae tt l of the neek and
aboulder, giceful lapel
uds perfect collar, to.
getbr with the general
tir of nmartne# s that
ift them out of the
ready-made cla and
Identlfle them with
the work of tbl finest
Many men cling to
t he coaly merchant
t lor habit on their
mlre, but 'ruh into
the nearest clothing
oreat. t flrst touch
tof Witer and walk
/with an OVRB-
I tat need se there
to py a fy price to
a 'erohibi tailor"
towb or k.
Sh e a.enO paying
p'itur, hows two ex
o idIny ove styles.
.a .. Overcoat!
BlROS. (CO., (c rret lo(i ; M .
... . Ii -_, i -
e From $12 to $20- orth Double.
"Drp in sad let a talk It eoir."
. . . .. r I II I II IIi
iap khaw aw e
n tK tar ot.
W '4041"bb mIt.
Ig hils spitSrO, :a?
|M *agM AMMt ah.
10.0, "AMe *dwma
O-tottr to Particular
"r. "i"llt-tuani.be Rd lItter call hit
r irir'tited. ucii tIo adertl s his r n.
,O"am rt i t 9le1a Lt 0 4vlearc to the
ethletif 1the mlledtil prn.ofr.lou-,well.
thbh, DOr. Proteld k bllmvel. a nufITrer
ftliu rieanuatis, which for a long
Uime lhU rfsilted all hils shiI. The
otber' da a big. Ilshilin l ol e hob-.
Lpag ip t b b slope ani \wa, admitted
Wb in nttiutaiut. who tishlierl him into
et okce aud mlt~ rl the dwort frnm
Iaoe iria of th bhe6 ba. Pr'ently
:0 docuTc Itm p limping ll Just am the
0flasr hDI doRh 1
"Wel,*i sl sta." *aid he, "what la
tha aatter with you r'
"awu g rn ." u3We Irtrhman answer.
*Hattr wid you."
"I haw rheumatilm," the physician
WOK tbsp." sold the Vrisitor, rising
frslhRa cdai with. maOTy a rhS t aed
t m daa i laborlga palhfully toward
the drs, "tbhy't two av ua that ought
1 so to oar dootber ao ai *luss
%0600 to euro the li' at us."-
Outd on essamptlon.
Mnr. B* *W. a3si, Olearwatr,. Kan.,
writesa "My leortsad lay sisk for thrae
Ioeal. 'Th doaton *ald that he had
qli0k o"Iptliio. We proaund a
bottle or i5*I 4_ Horehoud Syrup,
&"I 7wa l it. kO .sli SIR Ia*Ot do
ati a a k ei s pt
ba Is.wL hoa al a e o eli
p,. r onh. a aold. It
wsay Sa.S e.,*109. SBold bys
G'Ar IVLCrTYft Fr I)Tn rTA
-L ki ..ll . -'- A ...........LI .... .I A4 .....
li --I -I------ III I
01 N T S CORRECTLY WRITTEN I'OLTCE..
Worthy o LIBEIRALITYor POLICY CONTRACTSS
COiaderilon PROMPT PAYMENT o1rL.OSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
olioit a sari of your business.
Fir, Life, Accident and Health iusuranc
---Agents for the---
Victor Safe and Loek Company
Oia.o- 1T0-nrI~L al (O:mMLo.
The "Victor" I the beat safe made, and pautis cotemplat-
bIa the por.hae of a safe, or anwthlng in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will ave money
by coniulting us. Call on or address.
CUSHMAN & 1 HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
l .; i ..... ....
AT LAST I HAVE IT FOR TEN TEAR.
The Montezuma Hotel,
At OCALA. FLORIDA.
On the A. C. L Ind S. A. L, Ry.. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprieti
None Better in the State at S9 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.
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133,, 1173 33
Oi L AOmINWT IN
~bKiiiI I v
mi'~tk aM? COAX 3 T 0
B. F. JORDAN,
PotSEI SLCc G AINESVIt~
^^.^ffi^ t^iii^ ^aIit
I atwho a
i *tt i*l oR of the Dlemeoori- pari Crolit-. Rntg of Wua s.
t i l.litootI thoe will of that psaty nton is the Set woman from whom
g ull exl' d f tihe 1-11. I t emoUn. tle Un;ited States overamlt put
straltd that tUl rse ,uthrd with that chased" pit"lal to the wall. of sherll
ON* fsa .Pta. power wul tjw e 4to farther their 'sppitah.
i dasmTs oarwn kel(sh pt)l:tl*t! ono*. a# they did agga:. ::-. .::- 4 ^ ^iV
Iass u- er u- thielsh *p ald tt ie. at r ,s they dd There's enough happlnese thrown
a ti ae, at a ;nl r th ay tO mkell t whale world o
| r .. . 1 clr ti[ t al .i.ir at,,..ir, a .rtat t i :;--" a.'-, ,.::.'. :*-
CIWritto1. t,1at1, t.hwi h.l. whih they ;,reriim., to t',*'terbe a lark anlt be halpy than
7 w. l pNIHAM t-.or tarsae a e )o;:iai.n a 1 44 a! oanl and loi i. a s.
|IWut; c.Tr#yi.C hl. i-t.-, a.>npl~shi npe.t ,of a Ia I i p -:.-+-::-I:"
I Ta low I- :1i 1 ha've ill' tie ~plat ea n will in Isu l.k ni' after.
iI b kr .v .t l i; .'rCv it, Kurtic r 11. * u 't) Ii
Sae t l aI'terAtal 'p to t, thta ,t tp I o. r iatr .
Of"spte piebIoBepd is111ttpa
,aan tidsta-e41tIf. l tttrot.
o j jar 80 Its Soeta i:.0l, demon ttio t r tl r.t0i t- of 1 *t., \ 7o:a Vt ;o'y X, %.cy
Ss ets f r arve wep-lday's tiet 11 'lt a te r I n y lti, rt.
-30.)emoc rat'y of t NW!;Z. .- .b au I tI:,L n r of I tid.ii aio:
toe Issa c ... 10 cent of ldisas pro tala hnI to r t a or u t:. t k iy i .th t l I .iiriy at 'Iiroons it-
Si oa n o tfornts or acb 4 f,tir i Itt.t: a .r hi i
diratlu tir nation i. a, curn% t .f I'.-l,.l q their i.Nhe. Next r tay lith
lad vertLstra s w 4e know proxies loy .a w ;i'on a tt'>ve.i.J :,I a Ut i( t 'l I Wt. ant t'C c. oli' to li i
r r~,,ri rit Il ,l-l e io l l
the rult, of tl e St'I tta. 3: .-. :,e l -. 1. .iv ,. cla ;, a it aihiai 1!ii tfor Im f
w ree n t. an eiit t-c. railtri ate I a lhn il ra u'al.h.d ,a I* wit i t o f lltk. Nature
'eer. Pb Ibtlbed everr y oi. over the exprespe*.i c'k; of thle )e i no h w
weeka, ioest state and sea o s of the lf iata., Plenty on Lens.
1 a1lred. patsse fre. to our l ti:e election \Ir lHolloway Iie Mrs. ltarr:a .,. on. of the new I:0 n
I SS eor Caada. ror, iO D)emocracy of 'ltrrioa lhas evaded a "sur.ni'er flL" :ail I nt ;eq;u=,lL a a4te
crisis so far as its pr.mary law is con. I Wthi ti srnat i;ur. ('otnuluenatly,
iaM smeue due after Irnt e rned. It w ulIt have' aen dvath to '"la i.e a i. 11"t surpllt r iai 1t, ui
worlilsen t. MnlM olerwMe the primary anid would haivelr sounded e itM:llni n n ter fr a reitr t of hlaub Lih.htet hift! Laihtl
pW*6S.turbO 5 to toher warw4 Irt Itiller. go, ert'li0 trehe
aes aftkno tow the ) knell to freedom within the Ihemo- r. lliowll;s rote It n, lt r M:l- Champlon pe i Ii
ses DAIvY~re e UNle. crate party. It woulj hare mieant toj I am u ,, rryI Ltave not killed myself Use the Fay-Sbolesl, itt
WunItu.aV.'L. turn the party, bag and baggage. over :t:i, wesck. but I c'at get you a Itg off tte In ialaewll. thaw w 4S
F o, -~- .t lo three of the almost onscrupulous and my brtthcrr atlno utltiher at the farther
Pi O1 MIIDINT. e tlcish polltleians in Florida, aenil of tt;e townil. He's full iup of what
------ wn. I :.n hl.a last nlbt with FPr al
q to oa of W. M. Hollowayi The famous Hagerman orcl.arJ. sit- tive 'lem. Ice h aml awtful. teow Fo'
S superintendent of l'.b. united in ti.e Pecor Valley it the sandl GyUnto"--Totuth tOnpcnlon.
for Florida, the I emo- arid Iand of Sew Mexico, c'nsiste of A P!r Thas Qen I r p'
has saved the primary eye. fifty-tive hundr"J acres, upon which In vPru i frttdi a insllaar ptant, ca.
ugi r nomlations from a are sixty-six thousand thrifty apple puble of qic!llhl; hunger or thirbt for t
threatened Its annihila- trees bearing an abundance of perfect several dua. It h is lped RlrytttoxlO-
t ue sase time established luesioar fruit that Is eagerly sought lon coca. A d.leatloi of 100 Ulgrain of
fo' political honesty and after by dealrs from London and thS p t O e tis eet o
woe principles which were Paris who bid against Alnericanl deal. b ter-eL sterd, the muplar mow
being ,prtse'ed. The plant appears to, :
re few members of the ere. The prnent erop as it stands on narcotlae th nerve of thI stomach
eeeutvlre Committee of the trees has just been disposed of for and suspend tle digetivo fuectleo
Oahbt to destroy o one of one hundred atd twvauty-fe thousand without affordingl nutrient.
er the primary in the inter- dollars cesh. This fruit farm ie oon.
t their own number, ceded to be the largest one of its kind Maersase.
election of Wolfe been so. in the world and has a value a it We have tcn asked it marriage i T at
Id th*e handful of politleal stands of 2.00W.O(A fallure. We have not found it a. We Sea and
don't know what our bette ba t
wh Wlle oulgh and worked to .ti. tnks of It. Our opinion I th at ey
.th primary system would "OCtalo" is the rather taking same w hn a m man rries a sealeloa o Ma
Igelly bledestroyed. The invented to describe a new breed of oa co skl Inincome do BMes bao ma n e
ll laltoi result of that pri. cattle to be obtained from orolssing r i a failure. Rardemana Pree Sea1 d
Shave been Just as serious the buffalo with the common cow. By Press. L
,Mi e been a repudiation of reversing the combination they mixht -.
priiiary nominations at the have called it "lluffosat," or still an- W Nar re Kseked.
H l wld have destroyed the other etymological arrangement wonl d Mr. d;met 'IIw d e o you ob
s which the Democrats of the have resulted ln 'Culowo." or "I r ull. Mr. tttu!y m [aA Iujn N It!lB uni
, iI a Democratic primary buff." The latter, however, is too Int !.ar.l r to nak lhim to pay I I
a, d would have set the startrinlike "buii beef" to sit well mn.y of tiliie while you are touchlntg l ra ff.A i
t r lldiating a solemn obli- on the stomat h. Lk. 11p ,.nit t thue. Allt Tft ait le
lih would have been used as 0 --------- iAM
:agDerous precedent in the It now behooves the twenty-one ".,Y vul ,;.i sl t oil ourT right I ,
10haps there are many of membersof the State Democratic Ex. m ,ads:."'ht Il
Iratt who roted for Wolfe ecutive CommiLtee who put Wolfe on "I r*lIvy cau't do It, doctor. My haus
'0 without appreciating the the ticket as a candidate for superln- band talk in his sleep, and I can't
. o doubt there were many tendent of schools,. to resign. The hear a thing with my left ear."
because they felt that thie ti them. and if they have any sense of V'f
IM utiv Committee was the honor lelt they will surrender the
party and that it had the party machinery to others to be so. P V rm7
Sto O ido what the people who lected by the I)emocratic voters. re V I
'I the had done by an expre--
ite polls. There is but little Your Uncle William was defeated in w o
t many held this erroneous his efforts to again measure swords with
fL or this reason. If for no Holloway, but is l safe to say that I via Atla Chatt o o" t
Ilaeton of the committee wa had his name been placed on the tick. ILLINOIS
I ith danger and dire conse- et instead of Wolfe's he would have I R N I t TA
eo the primary plan of making received a much more severe jolt than ()1 4 l
kiM. I t oe of h dd n he Dem ras primary. They wanted a REM ETwo trais d i, 818.
are to under stand that the change and they were determined to T 1 IIS IN FAV0ITl TOII fronm Aslanta.
w the committee Is law, and have it.wa een 1aVIe.
Iald udo the work of a pri- wre *leerasaoes v "NAI T Day. cu illl I 0I04^ .
tlloa. and were they to ex- Fortunes in fancy farming continue l gBWlrd-j OW 4 UniOlt CO. 0 IW
topnlon at the polls by the to stagger the imagination. A farm- .o LOa o s o. For full in'fita p J
Sof a nominee of the pi. er ln Indianla boasts clearing IC.000 rFer Sal W. M Jh MILLEI ,.1 Tr. assf. i
the election of a candidate of on a fourteen-acre field of onions. for tlkte via Illilno l l ,.
rutve committee, It would The proitableness of iraing this veg- -.t"EN A D WOMI.
* Hands of a few menn this etable with modern machinery fairly ,.lw i:..~,u.tr ,,..w
ht4rtIg oahto no mlkm nations and takes one's breath away. and a pretty ,g,' r,,,.i, ; .... e,,,,' n,-. ,.
, politics of the entire State. strong biheath at that.
gt more disastroul to the State *" == l, r ,
I the contentions ever held Among female oors birthday cele- .. r n,,,,,, irr.r^, |
taelh onditio~n f affairs. brations are unknown. A Moorish '< a, s., .
01 safe to plae too woman considers it a point of honnr ''" .*.. '.,
Ier in the hands of a political to be
,o,,,,,,.,.I.,. .,. A oo'oo"a ald ather be ino Al A HUA nCOsiTII- AM
"S~s to lit consenluences for ct tthn otherwiaee.
tlalon is in a great many in- ---_ Alachuw county Ie 0,a400 acres in T H E n S U N
Erogireat to reaslt. This is area, has 248 miles nrailroad 0CO .
o0 Itt. ciremstance.hs a- Beware of Ointmenta for Caterrh That miles wahon e Id iatudl.
a h eioumtneer Contain Meru ry 12 pnbl~s hooll, 2'p hlle
aciln41ono oai. mercurwillsur ly destroy the plants, 20saw mills, 7,,0(0 cort Neatvl. Promnt -
0eeaedltugsof that committee, sense of sttell and completely deranle dUces ienn~t n t r d 'plA- -P
lhe nrface ilndicate that the the whole system when entering it .ati5 1T, potatoe, pl.. .pp,
-a s wa o rking in the inter- through thie mueous surfaiee. Such aug., peraese. pea. plums. M-
Smo.l of he nar. show artles ho.ald never b, used eoept an., ad al kinds olf v tblel. .
We of the v ote andd of th ethe Couf rata ply 1T
ihal, tht three men., D. U. slians, as the damaglle they will do im t1
llage ol what they supposed derive f ro m them. Hall's # atarrh asU tef. ar oburhn, atwo ublli II
li:Suiar c l- F. J. C heney & emhorll, tt u j r m n f .i lo~l tFm l F. ,JC hJys ho l e j o
M.,.G lo+.,,lamor throughout o, oo.0 ,!onta.ins no nrcur, s,---.the +-------rs
b pay a politlleal debt to a and i taken Internally, etling direct. galted that's land ofuces the beat
itad bween n of their faith- .ly pon the blood ad micoos surfealeS water, fire ralam ylIm, electrlis
*A and as the same t fime to Hthe s ytem. In bhuing alil's (On.- ,al l ht two lee fattorl- 0",
u. **h.e .lt. ime tho arah t('ai, b' m be strs you g.t t si en. ma elip, st. t oofae to.|e,
Semoratic oke, te is. It In taken internally and in.de ries, cotton ln two mo sfsotorisrt a sera b a
e r ad lmralsr, r man who n 'Toledo. Ohio, by F. .J. Cheney Co. ihree railroads, two fertillser mt n.-
sO m u oene wh'l'switllIl free. ufactalring lcompanels. one Ober r 1eelv
Hollorway was.ou l ehrrged. "itdiiy drtagists. Prie, 6 I mal piasit-, o bn.rElln e1,wl
shear l Iladtrailon of the "ska. Hfll'O FAoilI o Pifttle P r ie :SD l ,, 1 si ,* tfi g
take hatt's Family Pills f^ onal. stoesa01%
..U... A>r Line Railway
,,**,sf iwnk Foil....O
... VI"i II Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
LJao onl le, Flordla. Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash.
S... ....- ington, Baltimore, Phila-
delphia, New York,
I Wk, o . '1 go Elegant Ti'lains Daily.
JaW. tv, ar Cansda Malt
:RE" RD STAI A' Seaboard Express.
Ais g s iln .n4 boilerutha.nmose Seaboard Mail.
.mr, Made of HIops nd ras tt
.r .w.... sas d ORIM. M ODERN PULLMAN UIPMENT
bee dieoustmrhbn $0
:QSW+bvrr t h f b. + Per Ba r ........hi,,
Tt I byW'.u alwe nth Pe rrl. ..... .. $'10 50 Only Lin e Ojerating
i ______ Per ~O1een.. ......1 2 Dilly Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleoas
g~gap itely Awl. o Aevin.
id ll t .. ..For lull ltformalitilon nd PIle.t itr r. servt : notZ cull i any sa.. nt- 'eal t ard j
Write A. O. MacDUN' .I., .% i lOY TON J.,
Asat- UGeneral I'ansonger Agent, P'asenger Agent .
".for 0m0 JACKSONVILIF, FLORIDA.
........ ..... ... .
FACTORY LOADED,. SMOKELESS
POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS
Good shells in your gun mean, a good bag
Winchester '.Leader" and "Rtpcatc'r"
Smno'tclefa Fcwc:'e She!; ;:te c: Khella.
AAlw ROUTay .rc-fi:c, -l, ';'s 1:+.: c. even
.. spread o h t ::" good p:fct:c,. i th.:r
great supcriori;y is testified .) Vt srnor0.-
II L en who use Winchester Factory Lo az.ed
SShells in preference to any other nake.
Sep ~psvb~lui~ain r r 8ALL 'DEALER 8 KEEP THEM
e" 6. 8. MEROIIANT a 00.
breg (b t )road
iike t jI ri)L.?M.en 8i00 Retailers and Jobber la
Jd sl asle and 11**
:m:sn elE0u1rb llhmih 8taple and Fancy Groceries,
=vlaesm JacksoSville to t. a.
...., ,, ......tr .. Graln, orden ed anS d Frillizerl.
en, 1t We OUTHI SID SQUARE. t I GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
S I *l*. Highest market price paid for Chickens. Egge and other Padue 's
A Complete stock o! Hay, Corn, Oats. Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
and R.W handle on the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
anid T PRICES, an guaratee satisfacton falas.
JA-. Na. OEGa uA. President OGo. W. HBrv. Vie-Presidens
Nr a 198 $NMIEW8 AD Pl kl*
"THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
911M for O1F 3.o GA.IN8ES rTILLSE. n
$sow am as.ma aeew THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA 00
Ssf ilesswg, usa d ost ar"se
r ,a. esme w w ye Capital................... $50,000 oof
lan* nflo ..de w.. Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25,000 00
uwp g *w es Do" eOtc sIvely a D buses. with falttles equal ie sar baM Is te s etate as"
S41.l by as ea ssmienl Auously btaier ,a ame D am .o
..(101 ?It Xi.. TAYI. R. Clsher..
S""a ... T" "T WS TEARS ... .... .. ......... ............... ..
,,COICETOor TWn THRA HAN LINK
,h, 111 lg1 f l- t loee IteW, 9
t I Luddre os The Atlantic Coast Line
.?L",frUa wo BAVA)TRAH, GA Montgomery and L. I N. or Dixie Flyer Threugh
S3 URP, EG. AST. LO'and Chattanooga.
--"-'"'" Ludn ":, -r ,,eBateThe tl e-eCoast Line
f l f PflHEtavAtl Atlanta Atd Ch$tt4n4o03.8
M 00r5h th a th S te he ,let
r hM sil he rda o:nsale daily. od till Dee. 25. On sale daily. ooo sixty daris
W#$ Ir a7dcrj $29.65 $22.35
. .e ea osheet et aseesta,. O r ,
:tkSt iu l te r r tla m pt. w .s- pw ............ dlay in ,ovmlwr. Good for 10
teleBt usalMr the ttry thunder of 31ag ONgin U510....... ........ Ij'd"".i ;'vrn" o.C
lld'ys eadtnvl armament, wbhoe dat days and ni ctl ches only.
irot r WAN, i# wqwh w 4sse l1H For mesrvation, and Infonnaulon apply to agents A. 0. L. or write
tit 'SO p'e+t lay oew Ia a FRAK al&OYLnON. 16. Pass. At., W. D. STARK, Truw. p. A a,
'. menew. 188 West lisp StLr Jseksonvilje. Fit, Ge Ff4
+ + +';+ + ''+e,+ 'p+ +, p.. ..+ .. .....+p' 4+ i+++ +:: ++ '+, ++:'+ +: +L++ +++, ++ + +: ++ + ++'*++ + + + :+,S ,M = ; : W %++ e ;: ;Oro I +i
+ +~,+P ++ + ,=' ', +.. . +n ++ Pk+ + + I 4' +: +,++~: '+ P + :i:++ ; ++ +:+ I + :+ +: ;' :+: ;++ ;i+++ ++ +++ <++ +:: + + ++++I' e+: + + +: +:j ++ + +:i -ai l' '++'e' ..
TH DAILY U (M L, B FLOIDA, NOVE 1, 904
*1tl0iated Plurality Vet
.. ... ........ ..... o0.011o
t .................. 30.,Wo
S ..... ........ n.0o0
"... ..... ............ .. t ,0
........... ...... ... 1 000 0
... ............... .. 00.
f 4'. .. . . *7 )0.
. .................... i m (M)
. . . . . .
...... .......... 2,oo
| r ........... .. . i .*il)
anl .............. .. I
l .. . . . . . .
.. ....... ....
.................... o.. .
...ta .................... ..
ll .. ...... . ..... 10(t'i
-l ........ .......... .000
Estimated Plurality Vot.
| .................. 75.000
it. DEV.RE lolI CLY
and bear your 8UFFERING, It
you prefer, but you will And life
pleumaster, If you will aure the
palas litb that gremt, modors
paln remedy, HA1 LIN
All pala Is caused by some
brm of Inlammatory aetle.
HamllU s Wlard 0i1 drives oat
the lnflmmatlo usad thereby
relieves sad ures the paln.
There li no other relief and
cure known to medlesri elence
for the pains of rheamatllm
seuralgia, lndigestion, earahel
headache, toothache, and fIr Al""l*tu FwOIA*.
nlauil auch s brualse, sprolm
atd afh In resale, u Nemia
wiu Flrce mrastouets
Irw slard necwm---m tby
KILLED iV HIS RIVAL.
.................... 3 00
................... 3000 Had Called Upon Woman and Was
................ 000 hot Through Window.
............... 50.000 PlttabUirg. N. Y;. Nov. 9.-Cbarles
..olna ............. 25,000 Barber was shot and InstanUy killed
................... 26000 sear Redford, In this county.
................... 100,000 I early last light Barber went to the
2.... 000 home of Mrs. Iaport. and soon aftor
.. Lawls Tremblay called. The latter
nR OFFERED 810 JOB. had supper at Mrs. Laport's and left
1Mr M Per Year-Thought He An hour later Barber, who was sit-
Will AeSept. ting by a window, was shot in the
Tork. Nov. 9.-It Ih reported ectk with a chargee of buckshot and
iWiua t Belmont, president of the died almost Instantly. Sheriff Doml.
IOk Subway company. has of-. y sent Deputy Sheriff Liberty aad
Si Judge Alton B. Parker the Coroner McMasters to the scene. At
te general counsel for this com. ter an Investlgation Liberty arrested
ith salary of $50.000 a year. Tremblay andl brought him to Plattf-
lIr. It ls said, was made this burg. Tremblay denies all knowledge
and It ti expected Judge Par. of the shooting.
give his answer before Satur.-
st ls believed by those who have onstipation.
Ol tho tender that he will accept Health is absolutely impossible If
iSius.c constipation be present. Many ar-
S--- ious cases of liver and kidney com-
iWsUaana Gain In Congress. plaint have sprung from neglected eon-
I York, Nov. 8.-At 11:30 Chaire situation. Such a deplorable condi-
Jfbeock or the Republican coO. tion is unnecessary. There is a care
ial campaign committee sild for it. Herbine will speedily remedy
Iant returns Indicate that the matters. 0. A. Lindsay. P. M., Bton-
l representatives would have son, Fl.. writes. Feb. 12, 19021 "Ha-
ity for the Republlcs. Re- ig tried Herblnt, I ind it a ine amd-
,_ i the western state are Ieine for oonstiton." bottle.
iy eagre and he baals his cal. |old by WV. Joh nsn.
la n idtatrlcts that be believes ---
4 Republican. Of the gain GAIXENVILLE' FAVORITE
Smet there are 6 In New York.
ow Jersey and 1 In Massach- RENORT
D OeelInes to Discuss Election. Alachua Pool Parlors,
W. Va.. Nov. 9.-At 1:30i
.this morning Senator Davis C. BouA Prprietor.
.Ive o statement to make for
iloe. The return show that
htry has gone overwhelmingly' Lueated in the Porter Block, south
ia0,a I will be highly gratl. side square. Three drs-elas table.
Lh y home town and county give (ood lights, and prompt and dlourtebo
Ri od vote." service. The public is cordially invited
and always welcome.
S PACIFIC STATES. ......--. n_-
Californ,. MAX KRAUSS8
~Prnclco, Nov. 9.-Large Ite-
majorltles have been rolled Representing
l over llfornia and from re-
or the vote rwll be the E. A. WEIL & CO., .."
Sever est in the state. The
of Roosevelt. It is estimated,
SI ,000. an overwhelming major- WH LESALE SH ES
~I a clean Republican sweep of O AllM itrriPens
lftare Important oMces.
DAND PLEASED AT ELECTION Sole Agents for MOARCIH and SOEB
I --- 1 9116I QUALITY Shoes. Every
Stlifastion t Expressed Over pair warranted.
R levelt' Suce. s
'Nov. S.--Thi morning's J. Manasse. A uint
devote ooealdersble pace -
i preldential eletlon In the K YVO NED BAKERi
..uO ., ~ I ....... KEYSTONE BAIKBBR
editorial articles In general ex.
lsiacetion with Roosevelt's K. T. ht'HAFER, Prep.
Sd eoxprlfe the opinion that,
l luaadte from the whole peopI Corner Wrove and crIress streetw .
be better able to give effect! Plone i t P.O.Bos't
Jtrgth of his character. UAI.N;L4VILLE. PLA.
1SWf1iy Teleraph says that l'reps. --
t YOUvelts bu efore him a clear
thMe aore effective prmccu COw It HRAUS. CAKES sad PtINS
iEtdeas in naval administrat ri Ever Day.
the prediction that he,
Oa a1oslder1tbl mark Deirverd to Al U Pai .f w.
Can ell your ity property, (Ian.
provd sad unimproved), phophato,
trucki and farming land dead him
a Irt ofhatyooo o r for al. s1ti
W . RAKKR.
S.. SOLICITOR It CHANCERY....
GAINESVILLE, Aasbuaa Co., FLA.
Ofte in Ibdl Bloo8.
(Sieemosr IsemY(OliA Aei
Over Dami"a Oam*sk. l00"ee14
D&.. an llO Ma
Five iawS' iOx iet imt Yer Cliw.
Clrws. im" w100 11a "71 0 wless1011
oobar, I tLulat Id r, 4.D
Oe" in Miller Law oaebangs.
FINE WINESB, LIQUORS A OIGAR
JOaN vIIUSw. PNr.opR r.
UI l W. u St.. JiksoaMilo, Il.
Faust beer, boule and dnralht. Dor't
DR. HARRY LEE JARVIa,
(WIth Dr. U. L Tls).
Ofte In NMiler Law Kuebange.
Frai Osuder. Proe'r
Best Imported and Domestie Liquonr
and Wines in the city.
.-.. -....... .--.---..- -_ --_.
117 West Union Street.
ALTMIIUG, )11PAIRI 1, DEl =, CEII-
116 AID PRESS=ni
....'or Ldlts. gentlemenn and Children....
ALL IVORA GO'ARANTEEh.
You receive prompt and good at
tentlon from people who know their
business. Your monthly membership
or piece work solicited. (On trial
makes you a rgialar customer.
tlip, ltlnt, PtintoMt
Bought la Car Lots. Bold in any
Get One of Oar Cotaull0s.
Baird Hardware Co.
WORLD'S FAIR ROITA, W tOl
lther %broueb Atlatls sa hattsb ol 5 0Or.C*it Mii. A ll
kY" route. .
Only lined from Iorld with Its bw rale nlso 'i IdeteL. wo tloat deae
JackMovitle. Through iJeeplnllr o ir.
Stop-over Uols and Retune at t.rhinetIul t etal aad a
Caimans ant Eat TWneeer. No eslrt ooM. Aa lic ttll
of World' Far nd s pedl vaoa & lals thl Mea. tbttsit utiiM a
throuhal i"b S' elpltr Count.lz er.l Sxh.e Uhlaacd
Detaued t nd isluabte lfntits sie.g flats e .,
Omce over MNarou* rUdci b A.' work uir.
)D A. 0, MO LE:I.Y,
0 T I' .A' T 11.
Onice. NasNolia litel, sineuvi'le,
All dlseasew W*oo.iVu lreiated without
dru.s. CaOuNuliuwra int E amilnfuoru Irre..
e tUuur: to i u.. tu4 I.1 m .. of hy
Iklpolstenot. d wduu
J, A. OARLLt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And boliiotor lu EIquity
Real rEtate, Converancisng and (ien.
oral Pnretile. All business promptly
attended to. OfSleo next door to Sun
olfO. UAINKIVII I.. FI.OIDoA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WU ) lath Sit.
, wi.t vWii 1
sIt l rev. tlhb
jjay Eveislar at
U FI USI
Mv5rIll 0 Fim
- I ,-...- . -
THE DAILY SUN: FORID O
lasere with CshumaL, Ill. '14l 04 rwidm111t1111ni, WOisWiL IsNO.
.1 A. H o the B.. o the insur an
iy yese to Alashas yesterday. toT Improve a
aiJ.r I; T. 'ae a brief M. N Sanehe made a brief
Slusis. trii. ,u e.wi..,rry yesterday. visit to friends at Roehelle yesterday.
iMr. Ural stir- H-1611oe trioklald of Mr. and lMr. Perry M1 Coleon do.
litnu ,e1 inoop tie lisittlrs to this1 parted yesterday for Newberry, where
Siy l' st.'ri. I they will spend' day or two as the
F'ir lIent--'"i. tor, t' riwer!y occupie1d ue**tlof friends.
dllrthA ll b`04 -.I f*, d M\ 's J- M -Sam uel Sapp. one of the oldest a til
I IN. Irbest known eltisus of ilh Wes(t ud,
J. I. ii I' r umidiA .J,. Crorl,y uof s I in town yesterday fromlt Jennigns
sIt, u, i y w I, trn.ltlr.issutrlng iu, ii Lake. The Sun acknowllid as plie.
r id1a, J] i cily ): tirday. ant call.
*New YVrk.i A-1... \ aIrd l Kirk" td. r, e ,c f ito e ( Sheriff E. E. Johal. of Bradford
rT vlec I1 f1rl41f t.at .,etion, was county was in the cily from Starke
auI 1lh- iei y yet r lay. yesterday. He came t no take into on
nd lat- MrS. \I .1 (C'rui, :r elll;eartid4 yel tdy oae William Ford, colored, who
1."o, t,'rly fir (' ra, wierr, ml.e will spend was arrested by Ieputy Sheriff J. H.
yr Only. a short tnii nl4 tile (gu.ltt of her broth- tiranoir Wednesday upon instructions Mld le talarelUe ll Rt lsd d I
S er. C. lrv!tr. from th authoritls of Bradford eoas. 0000 00ftZ
Plrlor Fr ,.,irt-o) ,,ie ly f.rnisled IF. Ford is wanted upon a charge of .
room. inot crvtieiient li,catioi in iresitingan oflieer in the discharge of COL. CUIss *.1AO.
Fre. toWi.. I -.l y,1.E att I.ib rty street, his duties. COL. OHUM PL A IO.
l.novlUe re-' or at Th ehe ,1 tlke. If Judge Maso continues to "do buisl Will Qul "isanking" PMetatoies l
lai*.ed Atirtr y Wi\ili of' illiitoi was in neos" n the matrimonial line. He Oemer pakto His Old d4b.
lker. 2ad, the city for a IsIort tinme yesterday. lsued yesterday lileases to it. H. "I nlte dlnoatlrued makla swletl
*k. lHe wa, roii, li ol ,* r,. i Jackson. Fuloth and P'olly A. Pope, Wnt Dau* potato beks a d will returned tol*6l0S
.... . ill. l .1- A .- ruf. t. r e l sadIdsAly AI -.llm i A._II
gtasal Jatemat Oath.
fi byOur BIqatepr.
A1M O SOCIAL ITIMg
MM-pnedn What is Ooing
Tld min I rt Pragraphs
ONO Who euns May Read"
papers for sale at The Run
i el of Hawthorn was in the
Hutehinson has gone to
S s Wonderful Salve for sale
c Maollum A Co.
MeNeill of Jaeokonville Is reg.
Sl the Brown House.
Crown of Rooky Point was
Sin the eity yesterday.
D. Peterson of Trenton was
gji She eity yesterday.
L Shaw of Alachus was a visitor
eeanty capital yesterday.
*k0. P. Cannon of Rocky Polut
bltolt In the city yesterday.
l;ll. Kite of Waldo was trans-
ipbielams in this cty yesterday.
Hi Other of LaCroese was a
'l visitor to (;ainesville yester-
l T. Ellis, Jr made a brief
Yb visit to High Sprlngs yes-
Snt-Store Royal Cook former-
d Addre Thomas V. Por-
tir Will be sold cheap. Ap.
I.I Mrn. W. L. Hill and son de-
*lterdlay for Roehelle, where
w ail make a briel visit to relay.
I. be6 a of Fairbanks, one of the
Ilt residents of that sectlep,
stagbusineu in this octy
SAgent W. D. Graham of the
ip Express Company with head-
15 Ia O(eals, was in the ioty on
e41i6a4ly furnished rooms for
Slbth*, hot and cold, electric or
w.d mes.eat. Apply Mnr. 1.
W, 408 East Main street. N. 6t
Ud Mnr. W. I. Poulnot of South
tty street are rejoicing over
atnt to their home ol a bright
IrL Friends extend eongratu-
$478 to Tampa and return via
C oast Line aeoount South
ft Fair. Rates on Nov. 18 to 28
i*, alternating days. Bele liek.
",I Williams, formerly of
bTy but now riding with his
for the (nilfTown on pro-
W Bornett has returned from a
' k White Spring, wherp he went
ope of obtaining relief from
mit. Friends will be glad to
O hie condition ie improved.
K'ter Wasulngtoun Htbbs, Jr.,
to in the clty on i visited
$ntR, Rev. and Ms. W, J.
Mnis.tbbet wnill' b re.
Ihee as Mi ..bOlll *arpC
^WisBeee ....d +w5 ll
....., .. ,:r.-. ,,r ,i.. I,'.*'; n l i rolfl iOl.
Mrs .lJo.ei' H. HiluiiRU and son of
High Springs were in the eity for a
short time yesterday. While here lthe
were the Ogutlts of the former's mother,
Mm. J. 0. Witlierspoon.
Among the recent arrivals in this
city is Mrs. Webber, an etfitable lady
of New York State, who li comforetbly
located at the home of Mrs. 1.. .
Thrasher for the eason.
J. H. IDyet of Oampville wA a vlsit.
or to this city yesterday. Mr. Dyei
has Just been honored with the *lse.
tion of Justice of the peace of that dl4e
trieS. vice H. M. Moran.
Tax Collector W. H. Anderson of
Levy county, who makes his home at
Brouson. passed through the oity yer.
terday en route from Jacksonville,
where he had been summoned on busi-
E. Sapp of Jte ninsr Lake was In
town yesterday and made The Bun an
agreeable eall. Mr. Sapp lia been la
bad health for the past two years,
much to the regret of his many
Rev. Joe Sherouse, the Advent
Christian minister, has returned from
Jacksonville, where he went on Tues.
day to east his ballot for Deumoeratl
principles. Mr. Sherholse states that
the election passed off quietly in that
city, very little Interest being appear.
T. B. Hanley, an extensive naval
stores operator of Mayo, was among
those who eame to Gaineville on bust-
nees connected with the United States
land office yesterday. Hio sales that
Mayo is one of the growing towns of
the State, and is destined to be a great
Marion W. Smith of Palatka, the
clever representative of the El IPlr-
fecto Cigar Manufocturing Company,
"Jack Fllnn's cigars," was in the eity
yesterday. Mr. Smith has recently M-e
cepted a' position with Mr. Flino, but
reports a fine trade. lie departed on
the noon train for High springs.
R. 0. Alworth, a clever young man
of O(ala, has arrived in the city, and
will make this his future home. He
has accepted a position as bookkeeper
for the (;ainesville Furniture Com-
pany. Mr. Alworth served the Marion
Hardware Company of Oeala in the
same capacity before coming here.
Redbone, Mile., Sept. 24. 1902
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis. Mo.-Dear
Sir: In reply to yours of a recent
date in regard to the effieleney of
Hall's Great Discovery as a kidney
cure. I ain safely say that. t is well
named when they eall it a WONDIR.
I have suffered with a weakness from
the kidneys for years and have tried
all advertised remedies for the som-
aint, as well as physicians, and Hall's
exau Wonder is the only thing that
hau iven me relief-I ought to ay,
has effected an absolute cure.
A TEXAS WONDER.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's reat Disovery, eurse all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, areas diabetes. seminal emil-
ilone. weak and lame baeks, rheuma-
tin and all irregularities of the kid-
neys and bladder na both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles In
children. If not sold by your dr.ulest,
will be pent by mail on rleipt o 1 I.
One small bottle is two month' trea-
ment ad seldom falls to p0rft a
sure. Dr. Ernelt W. HIll. oloim0.
--- a Sam A l. y, SJ TwhW1e, a1,
Samuel liflton and Mary Ann Wil.
liams, Solored. In the latter nlasoe
the Judge enjoyed the distneltion of
performlla the eremomy, as the som.
alole f which h*e saaud the usual
SBhmed i* kobrt Mlal 0o0or
Ooupany, a aoll sad lggregat o
whbI. BO.C.i uw Id II. lu ob-
*o a arl sr h hIod, will exhlbis a
JofMoaill Hll frv ingll, tk Ir-
Jth ol Mli hin's oWmaOe, the i
6006sofdeg le aret t e devesed t1
Ity. "Te iasm Is dervog ImO,
and will ao doubt maoe with 1brl
patroagp. Spell aae will be re
served the bwhte wo pee llt lh
masnegent rnqutest Te aon to
announce that oer n will be peant
to proer order. The 4omIany 0 aM.
prime a Hiber of the bet iolorad
mualelans d afun-imakers the I lly,
and ist plrdited that thaol who at
tend wll pas the evenllg ploamluy.
I IW YO 1
CHIAPLPS? STORB 01 AITI
Have just put in a full
line of all the popular styles
It is conceded to be themost
popular Corset on the mar.
ket today. Would be pleased
to show you.
WEBSTER THREE DOLLAR HAT
In all style and colors at p .
Why pay $,00 when $2.85will buy the
same class of goas?
Beautiful Line of
Facy Linps and Glasswu
Now on Display.
GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S
Just received and the #Ame will be
sold at Racket prisee.
Our store is running over
with good things at low
Full with some fle values. iall and
BEST OPrDce to IlS
One Price to All.
DREss GOODS. tLKSr
WOOL an.i.COTON VESTS,
TABLE LINEX8, DOILIES,
RUS., All 8leSM,
ONE PRICE TO ALL
Price the Lowestt
vwile. I teais beyond Oxpreailde ihe
friendship of my Olinemvlllk Ds.
6ratl6 fried. Aeept my bL S
Tisr was the teklimr-mi s4
'thurray by Caeptai J,
ftee .l Heenr S. OChlahUh7n,
to his beo Wine. tskto
*O* for Tfdd Rewil I
AdeTlr to ed vise
ainln saEmiliry,!. O
sm POaWN who
s"fertanged o aeeAd to"
:1 uslisead lia hngauet,
ow hinl tSW l llit0 ,
to6a the d tll~srs d l C
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Mira. Mar iila nowi ia
beard ais fl e 5h5 hi 01
a, kse i?9!qbh t
S ABallt i eil bir oft, ai 1 I
lille Fegitllari Oiitpm tais
sw am vitatr Ioa h tlhi io
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oa f ltellSfOt i
K E E PSS(U BSY,