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: 11 30, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID02295
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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i Q FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J0, 1904 TEN CENTS A WR


i Po llJURY DISCHID IN "AIRMEN S "' "V ROUGH RIDERS TO ,
gO 4o Party *III Aso All ocupants Eseapp Unharmed ex
06 Tupday.. ATI1!flcU PAw ept an Old Marn.
TH Tv.AT-Aftea sCASE .Al UOA New Yorh. Nov.29-PreInalve AT IN AUlGU T
p 'f *t. Loutls. whichlb story list at No. 6 East One Hiitndrted


I:f i oroughly 4do-
| n i tiqe. President
.S speeding loward
I. t a i' sa sedhb-
Sitt I o'olek tomorrow

MKI Sir. Roomevelt andA
uu the party are oona
V l aepo the ou.
Ob I was regarded
. serious apmhea.


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Itsi buildists while at the


; ~i- luvWiir wlred back a reply
tgnhe l illali: '
t 4UM t 'tstaSi, gratifyls igt the
MiIi M lsppi to klow that they
i iWe thilng that the sreali
t 0 f t- lte4 S'tates approves.
tla he pretldent'a admiration
SS il M| N of Jeffmoen Davis. of
let hoae, 1 a replica."

bI$ m TO SAVY IROTHER.

SPfty FMet lAte the AI' Prom
4r6: *HRMliw6y Tuietle.
tow,."ot,. .--On iathe

14, 101' I lIfe in at.

Ae' little brother, W11.
iN aM2 lls e the viduet. The
00 4d fro deep cut and
ait:li.aU Ipea them. She
Oif|llS the wita, bit owi
a t befell she wPoield e bape.
4 wHer tdr was,, tIhrown W fret In the
i r t lifteded at the fat oi a -l
Biu t 9Sah5est. Both leg. and oe
S m Wr* ~~eakes Sad thO other arm
d le.tatel$. She Sever ilgal, mii Con,

60by Takee P.lese and Still Lvesa.
taliaseville UtI. Nov. 23.-The ease
h of thie poltsnibt of so 1-Smnuths'osih
ite, ,by, by swatilwlni nearly two ounces
t9B (offnl iftrull sth plarbolle acid and etwing
irl. till alive has eiqsed coanlslerabhile
dill t'lat. ateclally amoua the pilly'"telas, .
OeR11 rt aiiye sejua redarkable tht the
lie' e ony!tittlg of the istlite Of ni
a .Mt .lll i. I k t ilL. .-- .. '!


Iiew On) Will Beo Bummoned
For Next Kon4ay.

MIAY PLEA TO ReOJCI BOND

Contlinud Siolineas efl rcr Dressler
Was the Cause of ttj, Jury Being
piacharged-MIos Pat Pson Said To
so on Verge sf Nerwoe' Collapes.
Now York. Nov. ,,-IThe Jury in
the Nan Pattorsou eles ast been dll.
obtarged. No appllelati was aiade
to Iot a late t fo r 'e-tlt.
, Disti$et Attorney Jer4sme has served
motlee oa Nan Pattenor*' counsel for
thb mInAioning of a seUoIA Jury to try
the ease at the opaonlq of lbe next
tewm of the court, neylt Ipoday. The
llotte was accepted.
Tpon the condition of *.ward Dres.
ler. the juror. who wa rickey 'with


nlid PfIflecuth itreetl hl thlri.Vn l1:1
all'ne.s Init a panic.
Ahoiph lIurlhardt. 75 years oldl, the
father of a vaudeville actress, as so
severely burned that the p'iyilclaeu li
Harlem hospital, where be was taken.
have no hope of saving his life.
Burkhardt lived with hi daughter.
In-law on the third floor, and all were
in tied when tho fre started. When
they were aroused the launes wore
laping up the stara,s cutting off their
esepe; ly that means, and Biirkhardt,
elil only ln a ulgiht roble, ran Into
tho hallway. lie was found there,,by
perinas who discovered the flames. and
ellabed up the Ore eLcapea to alarm
the sleeping occupants.
When the Ilremien reached the house
every window was crowded with fil
urea attired only In n!ght robes, while
a chorus of shrieks went up from the
women and chlldrmn. many of whom
wanted to Jtmnp. Exiensilon ladders
were quickly ratl-' anid all were savewl,


*piplexy last Friday dp.nd led entIre the only partion injured leing Buirk
ty on the question w m r the trial hardt. It is lelolev,, that the Area tart.
ot Nan Patterion for n murder ofl d from a gas 1iove, on the lirat floor
Caear Young would 41 aontinutd la The damage wais iottt $:!.n)O..
the aupsieme court todaW When an
Idjournimaent was fotred Bost Saturday UPRISING IN MACEDONIA.
W news of the jlrtoli's lImes., it wa
said that Draeltleis Ceoiitton was Ile- Planned by the Insurgent Leaders In
1,o1aa and fear was ex o*sed that It the Spring of 1IO.
it;ht be i c3"aaty to io charge the Loudua. N.ov 29.--A letter from Ito,
ir. Pinese that ti'm lof official in- rils arafil., lihe ll-'cetnia leader, to
fir:maion regarilallg lt8 lck iman's a friend In I.lindl, u ..y tile io tention
ooni i ol hae been sobtalsiale. Phv. of Ithe revolutionary comluitee to de-
tis As In Attudlnee a Ithabt under fer the next glnVral iuprisinlg until iha
th 0lit'ct.titatclie they dlid not feel spring of l1t6i. after the (xiratilon t
at libetity4 any report that, the) hitl to mol.it slan ruforip.. Sarlo',ff s irs tillit tho
would. be withheld until .ludgca Davl@ reforci ye llr itt'r foiurti anrd that.
had taken hls lq eat on the bench tihi the conllitloon of hlie peasants is worse
fOternltaW. than before the l:ii ievoliltion.
FP'cl!owavi the t'1i4.l1.. tln ande nepcOt-O. Their c:e::i, have nou; hliin r built
ei litattorulptna In lit trial. Miss Pat- and the people areti n thr verge oil
terion a. said to tM oin the verge of starvation. Io ae of then freezing t
n.'.'.;'u coEllapise. l''iteti the adjiollrlt deeathl
mInt wrb ordered Satritavy slo V%. The iniirertts ninder Damilfn Grui.
prest'l teen 4di tltyai',itii,,it. Sil' had j .l fare mainailniln the reiO)!nitiinary'
beli cufdllnt, t ;e. s.,tihl. that the try o' Oganizlatlii with 70 hands of t to
woantl have ,atilltt,'i. her and war rtre 50 tieli etcr'h. and are colleclinL fund '
thbt I:n a f.ew days titoe would havy in .Miaedonl for the irt Iupriing.
bri. She fearAs Sarafuff is i Intllgar's for the same
that l,'e '.!*c''S illn%. l1 iII l ce .aitattI l putIot-:.
a new -ial Ilind will .!.ti .,'teral ic I, I
tc her tli-'n oIf i.t pr.aonnstail. WOMAN SUED FOR BIG SUM.
If WIts h;,il, tanut in ras' thto' t. age l
w.t (di.ml.:;irgeil hor allorneys wo0; I Claimed She Had God Security and.
ninil: a i-t'ctr; pil'a lit have l er 3ullI Got Lots of Money.
reduced from $20.t00i to1 i 5,h.i. T"V New York. Nov. 29.-A sensations
large aIr.Oti.t hlu. litil ftr tev'erual has been cauiig4e here! by the bringhiatl
omiths. ballot hn pri. er 4 s father has of a suilt by iii-,bert D. Newton. of
bLi. u'lna ti o i rce 1i! It is t b Brooklyn, A3 s against 1Mrb. Casssia
1:". t- ,- ;.;*' : .. ; ; i.:'. %e ..i Cliadwic,. of Cleveland, 0., for $190,.
ni.'l.t ac i'r '. 000 for money loaned. /
.............. Mrs. Chadwick is the wife of a
JUCCE PEFER3 TO LYNCHING. Cleveland phys.elan. II addition to
---- Mrs. Newton's ii it. several hanli4"
Hot. EMnory Speer In Charging Grand have ltaken l<'1al action to recover
Jury Talks Aout Statesaboro. various smouutli, which bring the to.
Slava.inalh. (u.. Nov .'2,--JUlil|e imt. tall Mini to 1267.800. ,
.or) i81.'( r.t ihe tI' 't.d Statet di.trit I Mr. N.wtun allegs-, that M-'s. ('hai-
courit.. Ill charging ti-o grand Jury of wick told him le had .ll,0i oe0,1i0 ill
that hoy Iol!ay rt.ferre'64 at greitti lionds anI. er 'it. held in frtunt by
length It what tHa characterlr.fPdI a. Ira Reynol(is. .(re: iy and treasur'l
lawi'nlliss c x.tl.Ig !,ci. l s elions oft of the Wade Park Banking company.
the country. Hte ,.loe pArtliclarly of ("Cl.vehlantl, and that she had a noti
of the rI'lcnti outirag.ss 1.1 Stlateroro for $500.000 which -she could negotiated
which is In l4 Jiurltilt 'Ion atid iu.g at any lime for the ptirpose of paving
Bi"ted that the I,;. tt.r class ift white. Newton. He loaned her $190,00. .
ntd blaek| itn the toiU li shotlid hold i
conlrtt'nr is !. !.i:,a to ihre t eiforeemhnt Smooth ThIuf Robs Bank.
taf the laW anI Id lth:,ishiien? iiof th' BScottsboro. Ala.. Nov. 29--The llatil
ltoIItY. lie ',reri .vc ritieloi 1. t1e of Stevenson. Ala, wa robbehl ttit.
teorlist law whiell pr:'It'vnta the jundRg day oif htlillt I5ilc. which wa .' e'Cllred
who, hears a cital rrot elxprrfting tlin froan a the cah ldirawer wil Prent
ophilan as to the fat ts bLg;rogi i lo-,arr ws at hihl dek In thA t
A. tO tohe Ii' ,'ltati t.ce o tf .crita Jt,,I sa ne on',.t i s his dlesk In lh"l
Sper cImor ,,nrf ,e larg. citr o k Ha bark tws rned,
Ihlr country with tho in Etrop to it nd. tla vry cl f he dtl nh t hear
the eltrllntr it of th former i e i e h ht'. tl rancel. Cashier A. K.
.the tierlnnt lil tI, trtucir, Stonte i 1hti 'rlli' te for a motne t,'
--r 'No trav 'oi f 'he guity one hai ml entl
South Geergia Coarerance to Met. cover. 'Si' lontghs g lhi tllanlt
lMclae. (as. N". *i"-To the rovm :sotllffer' iSr. a nth' tre n11t nl
tdi siA in $*Hilh (eoriai thh lltfl i*l i
rIo(d lead to toleltai. 7 8all s aI!Ittlo Secretary Hester's Report Ready.
outheant ft 'lvotl wiit, in te: h' Sotllthvrn NNe' w iW0a11. :64 'r. "Pt, 1


seven. iglt, oIll I nilt ittt r n Hi inf ., t il 'w Or*ic n c eollton t ch; i vlil e ,
pit.i at wh 'i i he lS .?,ari A ,t IJ tlcied i n ii \l 9 u *\ieN t'< gifehor
rotsel oet 'lhi i thq r t! *s, nutlt aPi i p all. thitII# the4' lhi 4, t i'ri"t

S r .. Al i .i.r .. A ... .a I Ati ihi ther past yh llrt C 'o ,l S i h ;.i ,
1ro tl 'i ti nhltt.im i' i r w ny. 'lUB n al i glol s + t '-t'"tt' Th +, ae Og "ll t "i
+_,', ;l+,'~~~~too iltarom.)T .ilil,.,..i,


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President Roosevelt's Old .
rades Will Be There.

GREAT CELEBRATION IS PLAN
A Big Parade, with Plenty of i
Dancing and Fireworks. Will I S i
Features at Washington on th4
of Next March.
Washn. gtoll. No%. 2' .--T;!o linma
tlon of all epullicitans, (ro n their WVi
House down to the remote arMy '
navy Ipvlt. Is being fireld wih th
gooenl plCet ire of tIhe inauiguratleo
emounies fore 190. It inL on the Utnpl
the tongue lihre', everywhere, tht lb
pageants(, military and otherwise, .,
exceed in iliea e is brilliance l
thing evor known Il the history (ot
repltib!le.
President Itoosevelt hilmelf, kMlaY
toned down Irom Ithe tremendottsw *!t
ulaer dtnonistrat:on for him& at Ut:
polls, is exerc!seld over the e0re
lces, of which he will Ibe the e atIi
agnurec. lie talks over the affair evIs
day. and Is o.,ipeclally interest* i
having thel best and miet accomailluU9
ed master iof cc'remoni'es or chaivit ~
of there receptio)inl ('coliiitteo. a le I
ealledl.
And VWas!;-- gtin lk to have as te.
fe.atlre of f,',.rilari a revival f ih I
Rilugh llider rginmePnt. Th ey asieit!
he ralhd from all part-. iof the ol05,
and ii i3e ye lindf ridled whither tbs'
will blie i-~.t (.r selo In the d
ment to e lii( !i;ia' .l a. tir guard
honor.
The icloilitg feature' f the affair wilt
hte the nslliilgiil Ihal. TiIl< Kples ti
ftnrt!iton. hiretofor hill lite held I-
the cc,'i l:.' ; ipt,) siln tllee.
Under tle .11clinh.ty ridmlnlstratiWj
the:' wi-te>ti no tanc'(r at the Whli '
I lo e. tl tf the Ilti,-i vi!:t a
fondo if athlticll. dainti gK and elln
thlli<-. .1ih. Al. h'oonevelt, a
oui' is.. will he tile leader of the daKOL
ini .'tl at tihe hl:tl. Foir the past I
years dlaningl n thle ball has bees a
mero fictnlu The floor space. *',!
thouitghl I ac' ni uxti 'it. always .hi'a ,
bie ;tic ., I4.n 1 y a w .l -Jt'1.sed as
resppt'i it;' ioli Ihat walking hlat
been an ilnpo>llliity.
Ti ioniilaIr rntUir,. of CoirRe, w1, i
be theI pli ..Iat. I is nlot knowS l et
who awll bl th' l irrlit'in ei:irshal. Till
post Ila, biPjn o tl r.i.lve: y held 1t 11
Major- ;eiln r orlin and (;enfral HOP
a Prrm.ie. liThe gneiCil lcelcf isl tiht
(e*-iiiadl iiallit,1" will bIt tihe giri
mar.-l'al. II'. 1. the cir f tsf talrf ;
Ihe l'nito roll)tn idl I)y a I-tuff a. briilliait at lMast
aR ta31 or tIe (hernian or ilglir k
nrty.
Anot il r ',,ntitn ttIee is t on t re'
world* anol it I. -aid thai the dlplWa
will be the r'ate'srt ever known. -
Thureo 1i to" qilet'ti t that the inUalUl
ration will blrinl an inordinately t great
crwdl to W\\alhigion. At no prevlmO
election IHavl l the piowr:; hchiltnd thetiff
affairs lie'uin to earl to 11ap11 ouit th*
future. Th g nlc la;l dl'ails art it'
ready ,wori!td iol. tint iOfl iibllshlbi ied
Tht minllitary. of enuir.e. 1 %ill be t1h
prinrlpal f"ant:1", .
The cerrmni-il.. prolIablv wilv l octe*
Ipy the grei'te' iuirt I'f M tli 'tcht- O 0
lthe ciAt t.hplianla!'' lthi prsicInIt 1 P t o
deliver his Inalitulral adsllt-si and lak
the oath if iftice',

Murray Out on Bal.
Chalrlotte. N NNov ".
Murray. who shot and killed ilte ul'ela
J S. Mtiirra). at lin iiha N 11
Ilberal'tI oin a bond of 1*.i t '*2 ." "" e
Amiitlaton waie hsId iiefoire ihe ', 1ri"i'it
and the cnni io1' o(r1 ti l I1, ill''turt
cotir wliih wai. :'ib' (ii- leai luiniu h" ilca eiti hi, ii, lne 'w ,'i.il plltO |
fruoto iit ll naol Il.ii l hl lr0

One Killed: Fourteen Weufleded j
.t Louii, NSov .9 One t"n CI+l>l i|
J. Warner, wa killed a'tfl I, olt~bP
n r. MJ -lea of 8<-.. N o--


















r M way aot-
U a that imper.



s and the school are
Ssp ia hs beinx

60""sObisthe sew
a- anmkllhk mmi.


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/ O: tt tt to Partioular People.



IUnmis akably



That to tha dOep and well-founded conviction in
the publicall nd regarding the

Correct Clothes,
Hand.Tatored by Solloas Bros. &
Co., Baltimore.
They are IWrkedil superior In style and workman.
ship to other kabe,or ready-to-wear apparel.
Dol'ts be dee1 by the clothing pictures you see
In thas RasslInhe adrtlemense. Take thse elaburat",
IllNUatnlqn and osptare them with thh' lo the'.y
slaim to proasmct watch the effect upon your .pi.i-
'"Tlie piatsrsAdo not make ine clothes." is one ,tof
0the shloss eloaas This make of clothing stand, on
She ealas qoa actually found in esacb garment.
The si t sheil in the illustration but faintly repre.
oats (h latest :pe of lDouble Breitmed Saek. We
ce. It la the pcoOr browns and fancy mixtures


$,., up


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SCILOSSR
SALTIMOsr


MARCUS ENDEL
Qut fitter t particular People. GAIN :S I LLE,


1~ KeCLEI

EUftaM
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LAN


ORIDA.


Su aere ai m balerIes
#m atw" r S ftamps, Art
,,a as. Cpkhbtary. Eanduma K.-



,mT I i, . i


ya, Wilac aa that
k thkish the hardships
11$ tUl qa taJr a 0mtd twit'
in the Sn tosd isadstornes,
seafly blind and OI,000 i w0t0 S
to show rW two months' of the
,ile o WpeiO Boe that p
wtC though tsae lithed
.... ,= u n1 tl(n


MAX ERAUSS,


Representing
U. .WIL& co, sr
WHOLESALE SHOES
t A'.l ll weserhwqls

Sola Agaata forlOMARCH and lO113.
IX M qUAT BSho.. Every
pair warrant.


Js lElas..


SAit


WORLD'S FAIRROUTE

,Julm. to St Louis
Sspvb Dialmn Car hIvisa
Sesp>rere '1 a.i nd reratrsiu at
tss.,KaeUlLeohilel. Ash.
a p Not Caroeba
9e H)a flBruids (hlhest railroad
k2!1 in the world), Pamoeu Blue
o Regico, Lexigsoasad Louli.
mre tseellnlao e airear and hlgh
la i l day aahaa. Ti~rtlaI Pulsman
steepiels a Jaekoe.viile toSf Loul.
ItslaM. srate1 et .^lyf uiy fur.


Ql-SPONNIBLE COMPANIES.
P 01 1 T SC(I:ECTILY W.ITT:'N I'OICIE,
W othy of L11U: AL ITV .r Il.l' Y CONTrIACT
Contdcrtsl.n PROMPT PI' 'YMFANT ,r I ,O.S'S.
We cover those ien tr:nm ,t pnintua and repl.e.tfu' !!y
uol'lit a l.tare your tIusiin.es.

Fir, Life, Accidet al diHilth I us{ m

Agents for the-
Victor Safe and Lock Company
The "Victor" is the best safe rnade. and parties contemnmlat-
g the psrchass of a safe, or anything in that line,'
from a box to a bank van ult, will sar money
Sby couau'ltitg us. Call on or address.
CUSHMAN & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA



GAINESVILLE NURSERIE
Oabr hr the 1 cmisg Fall sad Winter a heboce lot of budded and grafd
PECAN TREIE o1 the standard varieties, such as have a blood recent s.
blid them. Also Fralts, Oraseutals, Etc. Catalogue and sidee t,
Seteeirahl Perue Cauture" f. ts s i : I t I
GAlISYILLE.IURSEiS, g. S. GRAVES, Proprietor, GAIESVI., I

8. MERCHANT & O0.
Retailers and Jobbers In

Staple and Fancy Groceries
avrab, ar. S d nid Fertfluime .


SOUTH SIDE SQUARE.


S GAINEBVILLB. IV


Highbe markt price paid for Chiokene. Ef.As and other Prludoe
A Complete sto eo? Haey Corn, Oats, Flour, Bram, MOeal, Ootton 85d Mc
sa ii PI TON... t. e Vf. T IB U nod a1 t thI --
VoW ,tna a ta oa alwua.


nU assn a
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B. F. JORDAN,


INSURANCE


POqTER BLOCK GAINES'1I


JOS &CO
'NWYORK


F, FLRIDA


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pac mp5 5 Olit* at OlBiq'it r .. .
-so0aolae palltter
A MCl4ty O, or and Pute.
J3. A, CAUS. CUl niel't 1 t r


orifCP wORa'rn RILCK.
W.BKA. TLW- ON Is.a
atti eoit e ortli. ex
Nv., delt1.til1 by esirter n tteeeLty,
400e"to "Ir partaof t e Unite"d Staties..os
"Ne. for P srearirtl ll 0 stia monthss: Si
loIt"et a e, ar e treli for Be wrei.i--

W T o di e ta iO lt.el I lOcl o c ta..n rs a L' .'ct n U la
of al tIMseretu i o.t ate fonr e irn
o 0 ff dl'4 S adte&lortlCainat a.e lrnorIr.

IIe irt w e'l eeek Sun es an elf.t-I'ae.
t olin ~tpoer. putillibe4l *eeryT AM
Sap 4 hlt r'ay. slled eotlainol a.; hc
lge to o@f Ithe week. loc l. state sid i en-
in'. lSd etl le b called. p> M5.ttaKe free. rj any
lr ot uie Ulated States or Canadfa- tio c
ywear-S aeatvaee.
S* adve rthsaSlli abta beonme u afteirr ercct
Iesarysa of adverltueit.uineiofithrrow is
,ia s ed ine4 ataoI. Parties not kno n 1o
'O t' fd required to iai for advfert4ir Ir. and-
WM. A dsdre. THi AIIY Siru'.

of5g NO CAUSE FOR GLOOM.
SUsalled State p Senator aneesnr I.
M.0reary of Kentlucky i one of thi'-e
p, eea no reason for gloom over the
Republiesn landslide. IIce discourage ra
g+ 0of9 reorginilatioii and recently
",-The Democratic party needs no re-
inflation and all talk oan thi4 milb.
.5Mlshould cease. lDemocrats should
tlply stand together. an ei'n and
hlslMoloun s and sullp)rt tlhe prineiplesi
(i 4 true Democracy. %Ve have si9-
;Mlsed veerer defeats than the laIt
v'sieovercl.. After the dilastrous
opellgln of lS72, wheel Huraee (iree.
I"y was defeated, it was predi-ged that
r: Deanoeraiie party would disinte-
st& %d4 disalpear, but In four y$ars.
'.i 7, U It waae strong enough to elect
uel J. Tilden president, who uas
400ir"d of his rights by unjuit and
vl*Oisiumeans, and In IFP4 and in 1S92
$iWpoWrate defeated Rllpubilcans by
+- tig roverr Cleveland at each
.4ultlon history will repeat itself if
V/aosrats will do their duty.
donpot believe there will be a re-
' dild .tof tie Southern electoral l vote
S;i iwrdctlion ofthe number of rep-
rNptatiyel (In COnigress from Soutlhern
$t*l. Sueh legislation, in my opin-
g i4f *eabot be pushed through the
b' ilehes of Congr'eso.
, "'tbere am many Reltiblicans who
, *lioppoae this kind of legislation."

The aggregate nonnal letter aend
i il4paper nail of llhe world amoniits
,a MOO.OO,000 pieces, of which
MU,000,000 go through the lUnited
Ow6l6 mails. We have 75,000) post-
iee and 500.O miles of postal
6 1te. The service costs over $iKO..
OOl O a year. Buet for $2)'.,t0, SIta lan etablislhiig the rural free de-
lvery, which now serves one-.eve.nth
41 the population of the United States,
'"h (postofflce would be self-sustain-
:'lax. __________
thr le is one thing in this world that
Whu*ilI dep .da upon ouraselves, and
that 1i the determination to be fair
iall, and forever doing that which
1 AIr ir and right. Popularity may Lot
*" DlyliUfollow, bul reasonable happi.
S:1 S* a d econtentnient will al]ayI be
" witt hie Man who is honest with him-
Stelfsad always does wehal he kinois
toe lt fair and right.

Reenat largd conflagrations in the
i belaese sections of several large cities
hie blual the nceans of booming metal
rii u hnlturt. Some desks and
Ca | tanesal, whieh underwent a se-
e YI peirience at the Baltimore fire,
-* Ifootu' to be practically unin-
Safter the fiery visitation and also
h 6ave preserved their cuntett.

The one thing a merchant might do.
bis hle would be lew wise than non-con-
me aW0. advertiling, would be to clogs
his iliore door for a few days now and
W $ttWS as a little surprise for his
i 6-.or on the principle that this
i M W1!ie tIesl to take a greater in-
P1 W Ihc the store when it shotild open
Ag'n"


Sat somer will a nd l les1 tine in
H Wi 5tore on a plea~oltt day than itn i
L ljday. Ton women. vietlltia )etri
"Wo It rMIc Yday, will leee- -earI'
tLC o'! *Itu On an t airy dty. I' t- -'i
4fti it"g day 6nly strong >vtlt-ithlhi
li tlItin to the store.


OMMI- IN. for whih ya ari thankfiul. If you, I A
........- t fl ufd anythl el e.I1, b tha.Ikrul
Disrpatchs from Wahington li.LdAl tait ye ars allv. Every zonn ng e
7.fromsq v y llml
eatv that the adSllttisPation is i:Iving whe we wake up t e ought to
attention to l041 matter < the lnter thanifulftn w rllti n aliW. An eOd i' I ** id
Ihlllaal u at nvo aro alir. -u k aid t flfIl: o "'/cl
state Comm re Commlel.u from thel. 0o!di ,.r frf rd of mi, e, alItV. says th is.
point of view of it conrtrl ocvr ri,.- aie i ,.. ; ,,.!,i wae ,p R T h:t yt Iy for when u y0o
road rates.. ,m, ,,,,m i a,,i ~d .,t ,~~a! ;i .~, know what you are i
More than, two years ag.), iy n at w.0..' !y cl.at'iu"p l td -- 'i
Wall Srr ItJoir,. wh I .. \.! t ii r tl-iL- E Title! ordinaily invilbls er comely
e al Set l Jrl.i, S< ia W.r s I rotir lht as ui rt 1.* l .

w4e I>inYtel tut (ti-14t It wolr'd f,,'..:i' ,!Y T4e %,-, Iai AlauchnayiT 0 ,i Cotty
be f-.eee*sary, ctwojc'r or later, f r i r.k t >t )r-ak r tr ,f t)a -tra vi.a
Omiit; l,. l tehn Ih : puie I i rt :.-i rn. '.. Lab" i>cle l r.in t:.( !r i ls pr -r. G avll Iv3 L lL *U
. ..d. 1 )............to ( J.t ithIn.e r..t i .t g itter..... .... i I .!!ay
. ;i. T'i,' r* i ret lla y enly .,:I t-ay ? ~y I '; I',.' yt.
whih thi. n t.' h i-efltt ril .,e'e i' i"r vi- A"
l-,. ,l. iil that is ti ,:.,g ti.,e i..,T r PULPIT HOURGLASSES.
eC C(' -.y'.- ., r Ieier4 ait.., r : ..r .' -.. . A
S(t ly i c re At enrG Ti er I nsd 1o Time Sermosall
S ,i lrrirl,.iy -X prt tld it1 the plr .lt, t In l;n i.l. i 4 areIehr 'l I6X l I Bs
interstala. enimere, l ew. T' V tbtia t ,, ;i ..i .,. ,. -,r,,ir: i.u,. Whl "<, l a i ii ng Kl~- No. *--- t- Su
rightly O'.msullinh thr.v tl it r< with re- :,w. ..., .. t,,u. c, hi ti f .l-tl uu h n .v| k0e 'Vl .MPiU o-y l i
e ,le t 1to raiir,, i rati . -: i ;.: r: n t a ,, i l,, aiL I. t i.v up . o ly It 25* 10
1. L';orirniity. : l l l. thvanMah o I Hp 1l
:?a. L ,CbOlaelane.,, I" nud i ~Ar Vola Mble8. 8o 7Ry 6 8 0
t.. .... .t ',.... ... "v AtiCharlotte ofty 0p 9 F s5
A rT, ,. O Ar retboro -So y 13 12 la I At
WVltl these thr.e tliiiets ,ecur :, il. r e i '' f*r two .4r aliville soRy 1 48a 1 I0T T
public i. piro,'ete l aet,.soluti':y so fir .... r riiQ mn ild a. fty idW -61i Ar i
as rate .are concecreei-d. If, in addi*- Xi -'li, 1 i W, ( '. :ts. silnl we Ar k (.6lhburp -dol 7 r 4W 4- 7 Ap
tion, the ltpublirc is pru,.eotjt.d 1a.it.1 l ri.e A< A. ,,. ' t h r WCashlngton sol y SI 9 l% 4 0
discriminat iou between on rie regiu i n and ,..v.d t ei,:. i% lrou.tm ht aft- Ar Baltimoire PI- y 1I n l0 1 SS
another beyenrd tthe di.eritninsti.n 'r 1.. 1 I i jlk ;.i h l 'hr- .." .SoiWO Ar W. Philade|lia P R tI 46 p S
that nature lerre-lf make, thenli it nit'd c! i a' I', jir. Vida l wit half l t r New r York .. ..P 4 8 06
apprehend rio great wroui at thebhid# I i .. I. 1 t l i e 11.1y li tm11*iO111
%f t a r1114 ouad. &4vkll' eei tY t.e 'till'S chole No.i84-NwYor kRod, l-
(it the railroad.yi ress." &i Pullm"" l0"
The Interitate Commerce ('o.nm"i,. ';i1 8kel1 for Iv rk oi e -tad runlrew Sleephl()arJksoavU o B K
i i;:il If Liz1 m ,-eriwai w were e dill ui id
lion has been so far of little aill, x.- l o ailyinl wWrI e .d W.
tit JAmited."Daily PalloM:
cept in one thing-uarnely. sttilLtics. li ,, c:';.ret tetury Ironwork IRoom lehepla l J0.0 heteu'
The commission hae always bevn a hy. tiPLL w. ite l14id f,,r the rervption of New York.
brid b(Ady', lieitler judicial altokethe ir l ieu nha . of wlvil h were Te'hrose. TelR'a f.1 N
nor entirely executive, and it hli esv-y :. ,.r. e li d 'get ud of cos!t. rou'. '-T he 04a't
lacked the power necessary to give vly ,,h-'.;alc. iti ey I:eriretl il eoun-. Lv Jacksonvtll*, .. la b7 8
effect to its dtcioieciis. Nor have its try 1hkur.i.e f ,ni. iy veams, hutii aas- L3 FsvanashG. Us 'S IS -5 -t
decision han any great more l e lt. 4t, 1 tl w l i .-ial le after ttw Res.- Ar ohl a .O(. ".e.;e:: 1
for the reason tha those commission tAwlurtn'.t--'re;.\ea. Weekly. A i a l ..


ligs not been constituted of men ArK nd tLi te n. .. oi _0 fl
who might f4trly iae said to be At Loulsville. ........
ii 11wt first rank of ability. In SN IA A oi......
sion. however, there iI found whlat ,end buffles$ eplug ar $00a ,
might be called the foundation of an oavile asd St. Lei. .
organisation to which might be comn-. *
mitted the solution if the ralroad T T O STra S i
problem on broad and permanent : TM
lines. The commission should be. in TO
the first instance, reconstituted so s &W-aotn S
to give Its decisions the largest posei-
ble moral force; its members should New York .
be made entirely judicial and the elect '
utf law given to their decislionsi, and W aT I
the Interstate Con;iiere law should A lU i
be amended so as to give the commit. From New Yo. t Wanawie .
rion final power in the matter of rates. ited," 0 a. '
With ultiinnte control over rates in From chiego. OlneleatU. ChObalt ai, a
the hands of ithe government the Limisd. i9la.s. ."
government c'h,,lad then give thti rail. VNe KaM a Cyhn.
roads the Ilarget measure aet liberty in mih!c.,cstllaR. rus From Oimlnnatl. Aebo"llles if-io. S-o ,
the matter of pooling. o that they a-L MlTi M ltid." Oain. m. '
can make rates effective and stable. From Ne York, W-ikingle iM..
thus completely shutting out the dant- i e l Pl.......
ger of cliacrihni..ation. This would 5 ossasu6J. C. LUSK, DiahlctW IwAgM*
safeAttguard the intierelst of the public lose&&. ithis' i.S 0. Ift. l ll.... ,w 'W ..lM M, |
and that of the railroad stockholder, 6t ."** t i sS Brook Morga, A. P. A.
and would take the railroads out of ta 4 'l seot orie i .
the domain of irritating politics. yia P i n S ml % rY Mw
Whilehilthi would by no means settle t, .
all the problems. It would settle some Q. 'ilaer mi s wans' "
of the more diffloul; and -important .^. .. '
problems.
\\ believe, therefore, that the per- H I
sonnel of the Interstlate Commerce
Commission should be strengthened, Cream Verfl I
that the laws should be amended so as
ti give the comminsion power over a 1II aARAlEEU
rates and the railroads the right to
pool, and that under this law the
widest measure of liberty be given the W O M
railroads in the matter of combina- u.'
tion. This program doea not appeal K
to many of the railroad managers, who JaoRl On llle IDY
fel that it involves surrender of too T ClILDaEN FAVORITE TONtC. Oalheigt lOA l L
nitcih lwmwer, ravd sre 1no necessity at oWAN eT ,TiTTei.
tits present time for uceh surrender. Tees etsv eiaiuil *enAA nitaPv 1V -te I Oiwo S --, "
'e believe.',ow,-vcr. that these men Ballrd-Snow Liniment Co. lyd ew lngl ad
are a little shortsiKhtidt nii tlhi ponlt,. 1T. L.ou CMO. EyOe i e W Jiag a
and that there hi a danger of radical Per Hat by W. M. JAh*u* i).et SerVleh Betwees JAWOK 1i
legislation if thiilg are allowed to ,. ... .. ....... PUVID G *
drift too long and too far. The railroads 71aJliuR a nn22r-IS*1
oeld untdoiubltedly now obtain proper B.=7,1- ^t l3
concessions lin return for the ceeonc- Southbound...................a*.
#ione they n'tkk.. The time may coien, Northbouind ........... .. 1665 I u1a
when they tvli I ac l' to mre kpeurncr'- -
sins ad, g get nothii.ag it return.


Beware of Ointments I
Contain Me
As mercury will sur
aentse of nlil abd cwn
the whole system wl
through the mucous
Sarticlesthouild never
on preteriptions from
iieiiang. as the damage
ten-fold ato the good y
derive from them. ,
(,ore. manufactdred by
o Toledo, 0 contali
and is taken internally
iv 1epon0 the blood andI
Sl-'.. y.epm. lnu bu
,r .- t et- t itclt5re ye
C, : ;* taken iute
C0. ,, Othiti. hy V.
%I', t free.
V-ci i 0,1 lrt1ggiat

Station.


for Catarrh That
rcury.
ely destroy the
npletely derange
hen entering it
surfaces. Such
be used except
reputable phy-
they will do Is
o'j oan mliblt
IHasir atlrrz
y F. J. Cheaey
ins no mereury,
i, acting direest-
In ueous surface
tiog Hall's Cs-
lu get the gen-
rnall and made
.1. heney & Co.
Price, 7le per
Pillh for eonati-


Ieocww JAe 1an W sO/Lbi
Stopping at Palatsu. -As It i



are appointedsoo sail : faert
o-a ll -.- O-0
o p m-. Rlntoralag leave


1 .............. .. .....
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r te .... ........... ... .

I EN RAL PUA'S. -ARDT


i el s at. ,r1 -5 oar, 1 44. Se t
f te %, l


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TRB"J+ q DAIY S81N: ... .VLLE PLR, NOVEMBER 8O,190-1


I_ S W tS LV TOLa
i*T laobeAr trebl whbk an begeI
1*t^. bee.p as uses .* l
** eedo. **N s. s.l






epi l gptel the hamitettio
NO of64toerl. v 101










lar 1, Jorow04 a m
Sisprby to lolast ow
O i l, em l im an e h* 5,*i

A. P. H~~ wlN bel mar.J


e eI s at t*,. sto,

^ StiI w ity Uf *iw,


wt,


TH FROG'S skImN.
*1110l4*le ImasseW Io Whoi oI Al.
*wrbo* aie *s4 Wai*.
The( tro's ,kit to a br.tiliKng ima
1Wine. The *l*l*ly of *iI It li nrll.
sary wivlitlie to that tawit In lby, or.
dlfary h lmaltilng. Tb hukt I. w iu ustorkbil tfor Its i0wrfS l l>orsi
lal at watr, duoe to to alilMberlas
ihiutS poei. ite la ft ok up half
hie wilgIt of water in *l nior,
As the skin perspirem quit sn free-
s as It bmorbl, we #* 'ainiproelaomd
iy foitput with i laottl It lms**-
iery. Bialdi ethe los ftrlu evalora-
there I te stopplun otf uin
btslhinhl also, l IOm ee skin mliust
be kept mlolst anild spl t sbasorb fresli
air and tlre off' uMle alt trut the sys.
to,$*: ou have noted the cold. dt.am.
* feelia of toh *okl of the frog
Wit 'you bave hatindlod liu. The
soaklua of water In the ause. If you
put a rdillot Iron on a ois' derllh he
will not fe"l t, simply lbea'nlle of the
cold water In bl k sin. which tise beat
turn Into 'apor. eecapltag under the
iron, bult if'lot water l dropited upon
hun be willI tstautly Jump fraut pain,
,as Iit l0mdhlstely strIkol into the klin.
T'las molsture is a saftwunIsl aulilnat
drying ip, uand t ,lr 1 0 s*still another,
Whlhb. Is on interior *Ack for t(oring
water. I.ko tile eclel, It thus kieps
a simply wtlcli carries the a phllbiiia
wreIw ianny a dry poinee Whet it wolld
thirwmie lose all its m aur uand die.
A Oabd compIoWen.


lI*, l4t 'Spsrkinag eyes aandf cheeks re-
*M ll Stoid by using DiWiWIti Little Early
4 is l rs m so,, writes I, Mloore, of
Sasi ioslTr. Tx.. Ailrtain surm
atly1 for billeluass. eokespaSion, Set.
,l I o lso y to set.


tljil Wo ntesmtinatll-
t.,sIm eto ,emes wb at




lll iiy^, : O
0i theu wthe si



NO leut60 .m a AW
t j ehe, sClly sheatd t b

o'Willeto **ti owith*
6110 .'"lmoi u set. iBi n at,
U1 e k a .*er tie ebbiga



adg Sp lathe rofeass
a.belt (not dylil ato aew1 Otm







ft to ii d the s itati pont sed ha d



b449 tatoi p hiateitsiurnc wt sHe
teek tem cnulse anblurted out
l, hi s 0 l4tya which the a luae



It Ars this Iteem Youl40
tiM le t so ft ,md Some lfa mrn toi
I"!i itIlting ilhti thinge wUoy
admoiti a ha Ilultd pte ire Ito the pro-







"i tacled ttir ,P ietwbleb thoie two
Wh. Volh I'4im-ol t o io eomhis dim.
f2ediln wS e too namillar with th
an *TiuiprtlrMVd tesi tu(ation awl @"as
Uela ado to keep Ibip rointeinue lHaie
It heti ml toweiver a in blurted out
wlIt thl pgffines which he *assnetd
eeadsnaraltl

Ti lew lh iltsl pupi ttrpueted tile

diy litr. ,,t(lem reeelvte him lke
a ft hr. l^1 It ni on to cooise his des-
tttition awl t to inisuntsn himself dt hlis
se emit rests alrshin hist alt fret..
place Iii tiso tru of a twenty twine
galsipliscw.


Wt ls ou k so jelly, t
i 1 hia st Ji6t bouhbt iomotbing tfr
y wife that I dlil't w iba, tw take
ss! i bithliils.'- Ohia, Jeout'
| --


Wi llti iuelvple r manafatuir-
*rud AUess a relmooI thooeoantry
w l k vorhl l;sirls l w hite., aid
esuluaeaa:. 0 a ak lac state.
amMtO whebo they bi eopled she
lrti rd-c of -01tble op
.nNpy K l me, tooil-
i ad apims o.f u, ditouplt

The
at m 0i 01"09 ,poMpularity of




wbkih ,he ben mailtained throughout
00 world, is ervliN o1f is* apeTilco
Iia; as IM Now Homen Swin Mia.
a-l-e OPmuy h always enjoyed the
itMvll0 retail of manufsiturin
hSl Snel iwiag nchieshn, there nKeed
b6 o eolrltation in buying a NEW
Do aot be limpoed upon by agent
tllil'l you that some other machine
I* Juot goad -as those who have
sed the N5W HOME for # quarter
of a esna and be guided by what
tMi. For h uning i. i-
pl y ad Duerl ity the New Home
1Ws so es. .
If the at in your locality Inislts
oni slllal .you some other machine
Write to thei adeusnlled and he will
i** ltt you am *supplied with the
New Home at a reasonable prile.
Rillabi gelints wanted in every Io-
e1isy 1 Florlde. For pries. term,
set., ad rs .

J. kl GERALD



GOT SHOT


Powder and Shells

GUNS FOR RENT
SALE OR EXCHANGE.

.We Want Your Country Produce
ad will pay hithert pri..
IWe "e1 IKveryhig in the *roery
SLine at the Lowest Prices. 8e us.

IcCorniick& Hole,
Wall Street.
1mCR OF APPLICATION Oft TAX
iD lim i WamCTIW oi*wO CUAPTI
Oft LAWS OV FW UMA.

laMe tofese l sermest W. m wL atk.


lo -J- TI 'ilj w | l 1 i I i


spread of h:; goo:' + 1 "'0: ? ..... t!';ir
great superiority ia testificu t.o by sprn4.
men who use Winchester Fcctcry Lcaded
Shells in preference to any other make.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THE M


1etab2.lakae4 17B I


IB~"iS.

Do, a se era banulk bstunems. bes Wd ,M u Mrwisad Domese iKuohas e
fT*he MM of beak. bualtem awcpotoM. farmers, erebasM and o is
reeve omasolsoerabe Dnter msSpeciltal fllsle to mksin eolleas.U0 5o 51ia
aOem taVle uteim.. inthe U s111104 bta .

II IISVI Iy LLI IFLO IIA ,

JA. M. GaOSEAM. President QOo. W. HBms. Vie-PrfidetN

THE FIRST NATIONAL BAI
Oy G.A.IFEIS tTILLH. .
THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA 00
Capital.........................450,000 on
Surplus* and Undivided Profits... 25,00000 oo
COeg w RisEa bee baso. wih0 TlRO 11 equal to AW lan S tb6W -
te ae ons avtel mis. e was ma. Oo as i nto se. I al *
r a toluat All bn 5 5 ete Od .
1H.B. TAYLOR. Omblfer.

-TO -----



ST. LOUIS, MO.,
S------V ..


The Atlantic Coast Line,
Montgomery and L. A N. or Dixie Flyer Through
Atlanta and Chattanoog.

Round Trip Rates From (sinesville:


$44.10


Iood till Dee. 26.


On rale daily.


$36.80
On sale daily, G(ood sixty dall


).65 $22.35
ood fteen day. On sale Tuesday and
da d in No :meti. ood fo i
', ___ -.a~,d n~ ael- .,


Air Line Railway
vOR....
Savannah,, Columbia, Camden, South.i
Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash.
ington, Baltimore, Phila-
delphia, New York.

Two EleganL Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.

MODERN PULLMANEQUIPMEI
Only Liue Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orde
For full Informatlin aod as r per reetrvaciaou eRil on inY g*ent Y IeabiNj
wrillts A. 0. MAcDONELI., h. C. HUOYLbTON, JIa.
A"t. Gsunerml Pwnger Agent, Passenger Agpa
JACKSONVILLE, F.LORIDA.




FACTORY LOADED SMOKELESS
POWDER SHOTGUN SHELL&
Good shela in your gun mean a good beg
In the fild or a co< core at the trap,
Winchester '"L:cJer" Oa, '.'Cr (ter"
Always :rrC,:.wa" C i: even cl


i .. . . .


FROMi







shete" Will Address
iS of Pythias in December.
Joe l,,lrouse of thil city, pat.
tf he irotad Advent Christia'i
and onaI of the most widely
sad most widely posted iniu oni
soliely work Uw the state, is be-.'
quite fatisoua iln his addresie-s
rtret sw.ietiet The sermon it) tht.
fellowG in this oity a few seeks
*roused thie other secret societies.
I he result that Mr. Sheruoktse lhud
reiluested to addreu the liniglits
thisa at Alachua on the thiird
My in l)Deember, being the reg-
iel.ting night if the Alachua
With a desire to accommodate
paembers of the l" i'e and their
a he has decided to aceept the
alston. which means that tli,
to aiitd others who attend on
sgegslon will not be disppuinte.ld
hkeroiuse's talk will prove not
lantersting to Pythianss, test will,
.aJooyed by all who hear hims, as he l
to earnest., lent talker.
JOTTINGS FROM JUOSON.
Ifot" Crop About Gathered, and
," -- em Preparing for Next Crop.
rd w, Nov. 20 -Homer Love. am
0 l and Wade Highsmith have re-
0 16W fomm the fair at Tampa. They
Iupstaa enjoyable time.
I.m i IraJ. Carterhas goant to Ten-
to vist her mother.
- e areglad to note that Mrs. L. R.
who has been very sick for
S teo days. is Improving.
ikA Ahbbott of Jacksonville has
ii Ira Carter's place and expects
la here. We welcome Mr. Abbott
war town anil wish him every sue-
'. H. Tucker and wife of Newberry
hores a few days ago visiting rela-
SHe tried his hand while here
inheetlag quail and sacked a fine lot
he geotton crop is nearly all gath.
*"ahd sold. The farmers arm be.
i preparation for another crop.
biavre already rolled their logs
plowed their oat*. Cane grinding
About over and hog killing and
" digging are the order of the

Disastrous Wrecks.
' Ca leeeawse is responsible for many
rlhwasy wreck and the same causes
* mailang human wrecks of sufferers
m tMllrast and lung troubles. But
siblsaie advent of Dr. King's New
LDIeery for consumption, coughs
'ad OeeM. even the worst eases ean be
W.4,d, and hopeless resignation is noo
M Neeeessary. fMrs. Lois Cragg of
- cr, MassM.. is one of many
|m-_ lIfe waa saved by Dr. King's
31" Disovery This great remedy is
,sateed for alt throat and lung die-
;- by all druggists. Price. 60e
A11111. Trial bottles free.
, Risked Life to Save Boy.
Slowell, N : _9 -It was not the
oflt o1 Mls l':ntna li,,t. a school
Olt"er at We t Chenisltord, that lIttl,
SLarats. onei of her o%\ s. was not
I" after he biroli, through the Iee
L41 abaassett I).,ni Mlis Holl ran
I0 the pool. waleit in up to her neck
i was able to g,'t hold of the boy
*i- take him a htre. Thren li'e
u:l t her ftwi ilarlty a th *firtl aid
.the lInjurl" Into play and worked
iellthe boy half an h iur vainly trying
isti'uistate him rDr. Varniy. wilo
Irivefd !ate r a.t hli.- hadt donm all
.tcourag ;,li S! ..i: hae donse
I e te lai.

Alarsua Hctel Burns to Ground.
j- lOesla. .AIA N.v bFt lru.r
I, In the Dr',,t m>er. hotl,. anl In ai
about time tbh- litll< .n bllrtse t i* t s",
;Wieaad. The b(el v.a, loeietl in ?h,
allter of tuwn, and it wac sith dlttt
ly that the Interstate bank and t ie
Shelr adjacent htmlldlnags were savetil
DOesn't Respect Old Age.
It shameful when youth fails to
paper respect for old age, but
*ltontraary tine case of lsr.
g ew Life PIll,. They cst off
i-s*?- no matter how severe and ir.
he^-t,, fever, eonrtipation all yield
Spertfect pill. :r at all drup

0. C. VOY'LE,
((so sasv-.til.rt, \|atager ,

P Bs and Electrical Goods,


| lrown [( iK'e i'urner.
i vitte*, .- Florida.
pirp1 lwled and all kpin.ds f t.
(fritelhshed for lsletls, mli.
Itist ., hells alid telephon"M..


Every

Coupon Counts
for a present with

COOD LUCK I
Baking Powder
Buy I(;o L..t, I Itking P de:. I1tse doiinglo vo get
All 'f ? f i f;I i. p e I .er ttu. ./(t Atthe smslI 1r I
i urthl rum,,t if A.u witl Mae the c upolis that % ill %%I
t.1 ild ,ly Irirnt t d tshe lastel of each an, you c.an get
li i.t I. it.l s4aintuv ,ec ,,w offeri:,g. Ct out tihe '.
S Tl,>it. T Le- ae valuAlJk. It tAkcA but a few of thlctM to
i4.tl.ns .:: C.f tlie s numerous useful giftsot the premium tIt t.
A hlittc lKok ain de of every can explains all about the
preminuttu. It shows a picture of each gift and tells just how
many coul)tt., ar. r .quirtre to get them. Don't tail to save the
coulMont. Tale Iladelight in your bakiug and secure some of the



GOOD LUCK

Baking Powder
"as estah"ised in Is89. The sales have so incesMsed to Me, that today we
are shipping Good Luck Baking Powder in carload lots to every asek oC the
country The cause of this enormnnous popularity is plain. Is Good Lcek.
houbekeepers Set not only a psti re pubakin powder of g est evmo
force. lut ta .price little it s tihaI they have b-t actod to ay fur
some other kind that was not as Natisfactiry in results.
Whetn muying Good Luck think of its prity ad consider the goo wtsais
obtasne t from its use. Remember every Good Luck coupon coats for a
Present. If your grocer doesn't Lkep Good Luck, send u his name and we
will see that you are supplied.
THE SOUTEKRMN MANUFAOTURIMO 0O.,
nPIolmnd, Vas
k .. .. .. .


Three Sentenced to Hang.
Rome. (;a.. Nov. 9.-Jtdge Henry
has resoetienc,4d Jack Bone, Courtney
Baker and ol, BiStherland to be
hanged; on Dt. '. It is understood
that the altorne -y for the condemned
men will appeal to the governor to
have theo . Imprisonment When sent tired the
men ohuom! :,r,. Macon Suffers Firs Loss.
Macone, Nov 29- Fire partla'!y
desatroytedl the bay warehouse of S. IL
Jatqiks .' a-:.1, in!, s '" lz y (or plipa ;y Sat.
urday night. The loss will be between
56.000 and $10,000 Heroic work o#
the firemen saved the southern portion
of the olty from a most desrucUTe
ore. Tle loss is covered by lear-


KEYSTONE BAKERY,
f. T. SCHAFE, Prep.


SManufacturers of the
Sea Lsland Cotton
GAINESVILLE,


ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY.

E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
AbsatrMet of Title aad full ltformation furkfihed enallaide la Int I
*masty. Our muafer ha lived Is this o"npw thirty i= mal


Corner Grove ad Cve stre ureets. n ,
Phone l P.O.0 82 ].
GAIN.SVu.. PLA. FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANxO. Rep,..
eating a number of prominent Amerlea and aghll shoemlNiM.
RIAL ESTATE AND 0111Y LOAl.
CHOt1CE RIV tDS. CAKES and PIES B"1 a IW t
Presh Every Dar. ---- --i
vered to AP Gainesville & Gulf Ralway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUT.
J. D. CRABB, Agent, o P fLORIDA.
-Ilaler l~ Time Table t a *effect JuTly 8. H. I
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars No. .
STAIK1. FLORIDA. D41127 No. 4. No. LO o
Daily D y........... TATIO S...D .
We will send lon Eipress -,.
Prepaid to Gainesville, Fl., 4 L7 r4M L8 PML 'A M. .r. P..A A',.,
fall case quarts Superior Old lI :**0... ... IswID. .... ....... so
i i .............. .. .... l i aje.................. .
Maruland Rje for $3.0. .... ............. a
S 1 30 ....... .. ......... ........ Ml nopy .................. a
THE GAINEVILLE...... ................ rwood......................
~TH1 IAINES ILl s 4 ............ ......... .... elrk "l ... .......... .....
PRESSING CLUB .................. a a. ................
S ........ ........ . k. o y Point, :...... ..... .
I1. W e t ( ',in tret 4&Ar...... .... .. ...I....a Lt I1 ..... 4
o lO0OLv 6 l5Lv 6 FA) 9 2() A' 946 OAir, 8,0
ITD Iai l11 3b 40 T 1 !....... ..Bellay ......... 9 0 o 1 00
ALTERING, REPARING. DTEIlNG, CLEAN. 12,, oo 0 1 7 ............. Cyril.......... o to 00 I
I ....ND 7 08 7 7 ............ iomhams ........ 82 85 2
I1G AID PRESSIIU 1240 TldAr 7 4 ..... Hampwn City ...... '80 40 'i
^, .. . . ,.r. . . ,,i . . . . 7 56 N 1 3 . L7k e B u t l e r H I< .2 P 7 S { . . .
St ............. .I I tm .Ja keouville, J. t .W. W I 00 i............
......0. 8 40 H ...LakeOlty e .A ... 724 7 2 1 ... .
.1 1. i /,'u A ; .'.l A/i, /I.7. ............ 3 1.5 p ..... T llahae*e S. A. L. 1 48 I . ..
........ 1 1 1 10 a ....Valdota, (4. S. 4 4& p F l 4 ..1
.......... 40 a 4 10 p .... Maoon, 8.& P.... 11 72 sl46 ..
You receive prompt and goodl at- ........ 7 a 4T a ........Atlanta, C. o(s..... o7 I 0, 9 00 ....
tension from people who knuow their At P M Ar AM Ar P l r.v A VMlI fo P
bu siness, \. ou r Ut mn th ly tiifi t)'T hln( ." -- ,^ r l .... ."1-.......... .. ... . .. ..
bsor piece w ortk olil id rnt ,at r ij L. E. IARKER, Generat Buperinteident.
makes you a regular cuitstori. J F. HILL Agent. JA& M. GRAHAM, President.


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-DEALERS IN-

Sear Isa=._d Oott6aox.

Sea IWland Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Wa
Leather in Strip or Side&.
.. .... .. .. ..i'A ,


James Doig Improved EnrhA
Gin, and Supplies for itmei
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE FLORIDA, NOVEMI ,


A. I). William of Fairlleld w6s trad.
ilfM W ing in the city y-s ,rdey
M L VW R.T. c .hferand Hlarry Lewis have A GENTLE3M A N To A IA fY....
returned from a vilit to Waldo. -
)I.die' calling eards printed in t lai
style at Suti, ffice, Orders for engrat. Also 0l u eutaievd visiolig esdard
ing etecutedl on hbort notice. If. rnd us your order now so l04 tha
The prop(erty of \ W ('Olson, Fot.ti11. 01 1 h ,4 f NTO
(iain.vile, ts brn imnprvredl by t. l spw 4 prie f
ereetion of a neat and *it btantial TvNs E,(ikAVlNti C0(,. Mw
fence Iton ry and Wedding Invitatlo us,
Charles V Howard of Hateh liend tigorgia.
wa iln te city ou busin with the Unitea States land offlcee yes- tie.. .. I... .. J. .
terday. ,..- 1 T


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7TO7IE


SPITV Ain In"re with (lshma ,. I
OB l CITY AND Mrs T. W. Plits and little daghter.
AAHAI ir dpCurti," halve gone to Jacksonville,
TY CONDENSED F d-PaIrptasewithoutee.
E hl. Shakepeave. Sueasome*, tf.
Nicely furnished room to rent to one
SOB meu lInteriet Gat- or two Rentlhimen. Apply at Sun otlo*.
d by- Our ewprtorUn, John Oi'lnid of High Spriags was
8vamorg the Imtiness visitors to this
*MONAL ANDO SOCIAL ITEMS et yesterday.
_____ --- | nike Royal itltaeeigas and be hap-
HtMaHappen*dand What is Going ti. aker d.& Holues Company. die-
00iMppe Teid in Short Paragraphs r4. F. 1). Irwin of Fairbanks, wife
W T "*He Who Runs Mat Read" ,f ie i|onmasster and general moer-
bl TheSun. eLitai, mai lioupping in the city jester.
withh eCmaana Hl'. i P.
I I In lr h ain it Pa iasl ,& m bible lam


IMll spaipers for sale at The Sun
Hk'. ladyj wanted. Apply to iRoyal

/INO hMM'se Wenderful Salve for s :e
Oa Loagminan of Hidf Springs was
a Vi*ito to this city yesterday.
Wiated-To rent a small cottage for
. OaWeshe by J. A. Carli.le.
M'.m P. Kamsey of Wacahoota
Lpihopping in the city yesterday.
-s1. J. J. Barr of Mlicanopy was
I Iat business in this city yes-
S alay .


KissMl Walkuip, a charmin Tovoing
1Idy of M41ntoeh, was shoie ping in the
pHymterday
Ve o Rent-Store Roy I Cook former.
pilede. AddressThomas V. Por-
iam, vIAIMllwale.
E!' .m: ~ . : .


r oir iilpr eon tract saves ponssi PIswun
fromin, advances to employee; Sffty or
IP', at three ents each; $2 per hun-
dred. eash with order, tf.
After a brief visit to his family in
this city. J. E. Futch has returned to
Alachna. where he is engaged exten-
sively in the mercantile business.
The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the First Presbyterian Church will
hold its regular monthly meeting in
the church at 3 o'clock this afternoon,
at which a full attendance is desired.
M r. and Mrs. It. K. Colson have re-
turlned from Bartow, where they have
the-n on a pleasant visit to relatives.
They also visited the South Florida
'Fa.ir at Tampa, and were well pleased
with the exhibits an4 the energy di.l-
played by the people of that section.
S. T. Burnett of LaCrole. one of
The Sun's oldest and most valued sub-
scribers, was In town yesterday and
made the business offoe a pleasant
aill. Ha ie s n ne the most snccessfuln


.in. aises o ayrJi was cavl e"s o -h le al s
1Mfg those who favored Gaineerille farmers of the northern part of the
la visityesterday. county and has made good crope of
Alter a brief visit to his family in cotton. corn, potatoes, sugar cane.
*Iety. M. G. MeOarroll returned to etc.. the present year.
kuonvWille yesterday. iRemember the oyster supper and
It, W N. Uraling of Hilh ihcuth entertainment to be given by the
favored Uainesville friends. I Arn.est Workers' Society of the Pr*.-
talabrief visit Monday. b. trian Church in the Brooks tore
t1 ey C. C. Thomas of Sta.ke. eihildina. recently vacated by P'hifer
Sbrief rofessional visit to this ro,..Friday evening. The proceeds
it, returned to fhis home yesterday wll be used in payment of insurance
Turned to hi home yerd. on the manse. Plenty of fine oysters
ftf Sld pine wood delivered lo nay nsid W,.stern meats and confectionery-
01 St i A. Jernigan's jewelry home made-at reasonable prices.
- J. B. aR ... .---
B. Martin of Hawthorn, one of A T l
8 taan' old and valued friends, was lAD T A IS.
Ithe ity yesterday. lie called and Redbone, Miss., Sept. 24. 1902.
Sewed his subscription. 1)r. E. W.\. Hall. St. Louis. 1lo.-lIear
JI L. Medlin of Meredith, .enior ,',r: In reply to yours of a recent
libterof the firm of J. L.. Medlin ,a 'date icn regard to the efficiency of
ht, ianntfaetarers of naval stores, was Hall's Great D)icovery as a kidney
itlor to ;ainesville yesterday Iure. I can safely say that it is well
-Pair of spect les in lcas named when they call it a WONDEit.
ee have same by calling I have suffered with a weakness from
i% a-lotee. paying for this notice, thle kidneys for years and have tried
aBlng property and leaving *some- all advertised remedies for the som-
I5 for lender. tf plaint. as well as physicians, and Hall's
Referring to the election of stew. Tl'xas Wonder is the only thing that
04for the Methodist church for the h*s given me relief-- ought to say.
ear in yesterday, Paper 'the hia, effected an absolute cure.
year in ye terday's paper the < Respetfuolly,
PMernicntentionally omitted the UGt,. HOMAs.
i of W. R. McKiustry.
T. 7.Cent. ..... thm ..rcan tf ,. A "TEXAS WONDER.


ndo- wasq tranaeting business in
e'!tlay Monday. Mrs. Chesnut and
.sere have Just returned from Ar-
"= do, where they spent a few days
Kr. heenut
. 1 B. Stevens of Alachns. who
1at the city for the past week
lMainment of Dr..1. 1f. Hodges
earned to her home yes-
i, many friends of this eatlt
Amsi t that she will r owl"v


oee small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney aud bladder troubles, removes
gravel. cures diabetes. seminal emis-
Sious, weak and lame backs. rheump-
tisn and all irregularities of the kid-
neys and bladder in both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles itn
children. If not sold by your druggit.,
will be sent y 01mail on reeiSpt' ofr .,
One small bottle Is two ouat tret-
ment ad idom fails to perfect
su ago Keami W. tail. sol&.'


('aptain L E Barker and E C. Cobb
went to Jacksonville yesterday on off
cial business for the taineaville and
Gulf and Seaboard Air Line railroads,
respectively.
The, Woman's Guild of the Holy
Trinity Episcopal Church will hold a
meeting in the rectory imnaidiately
after the service this morning. A full
attendance is desired.
George and Thomas Peacock of Haw-
thorn and Frank Peacoek of Grove
Park were among the visiturs to
a(iineaville yesterday. They paid The
Sun an agreeable call.
"A Breesy Time" is not a one-man
show by say m ., but the east
mad cap of whole* oad of fuany
eomedlay andprettry gir., whose fee
ive jollity will Imake you forget you
have ay tsroable.
After a brief vasiJ to White SpriDa
and his family al this elty, 8. V. lDukl
retarded yesterday to Dauesll.
Mr. Duke s Just Mecoverifg fem an
attack of shills and fever whie kept
him soaflaed for several days.
After apleasaant vilst to MI BRami*
Hall@ of this ity Mia Jolla La4d has
returned to her bonse lt Jlaekevillse.
She wasausmpualed by Misn Halle,
who remained la that eitay as the uest
of Misa lad for a day. White he.e,
Miss Luad, who toIs mst ehtmlan
Syoag la4y, was bhowns mny ass.
glos, the mat enjoyable p rMably of
which was a housi party gives as the
old Halle haosmsid. Ka-psha, In
her hono.


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CHEAPEST STORE 01 EARTH.

We will indulge in a little shoe talk
this week. We are the originators of
low prices on shoes. We have fa1b
valuesall the way through, bot we
want to call your attention to a few
specially good things in footwear. Our
Box Calf for boy. a strong, durable
shoe at $1.80., annot be equalled.

Our $2 line of Boys' Vial and Box
Calf are simply superb. They have
both the style and wearing quality.

Our $2 line of men's shoes is the
equal of many $2 shoes. In fact the
shoes are branded by the manufa-*
tarer to retail at $2.50, but we can sell
them for even money and we are do-
ing it. We have them In both Viol,
Patent and Iox Calf in all styles. Try
a pair.

Just received a shipment of the
"King (uality" advertised 8.0C shoe-
the best made for the prlee-see them.

The Dixie Uirl for ladies at $1.50,
genuine Dongola upper. solid leather
sole, is the prettiest and beat isho
made for the price. Our $2 and $2.80
line for ladies is strong. Values uns
equalled.

In short, we have shoes for big folks,
little folks, rich folks, poor folks, old
folks, young folks, only folks, pretty
folks and all sorts of folks.

Come to the Big lDepartment Store
and get what you need at low prices.


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preidents of the Medicl RP i
Doard of3 theighth J!"dl4 l41
was In e thc eysa haihe
to attend the mnetiag of the thod.
J. B. Gorldstate eet O the *
mos now Home iapelgdIF, Sh, b11 0


lentB. etsans, tad istoiglas
will reach the praent r II fl t
oladleatloe s. abot folyper ee E B
than any eoreepeedlil pN~dil
town in Flotida, so will IMe est
the advertisement elsewhere a hlk
paper.
Attention lees aed to the advRoirt
meat of the iretuleat& O&layt A O
pony.Jaksonvlle, whibc ppesmsho *
where ia this paper.. ThIsirm lose N*U
of the oldevst In the Jewehlryine l4 the
State and one of the oaes reliad. gW
They are advertising a handaso uero. O
ling silver waist st fore only $2,-ihlah
is Naiderwed bargain. Bedn -d of
The Sa. are t reqeted to se Md f tshe
10Tpage ill. ustrated. taloM hit
eis full of holiday ougeeloas. ma willO
no doubt prove of valuable haliimash
in selesata presents.
Misa OGafley of Clovelad, Ohio,
a demonstrator in the people. of he
White tewing Machine Comepnoy, 1
now engaged at the ole or the Oas
ville Sewing Machine ( Compir' I tlis
cisy in demontrsting the wodetfl u
pouibilletis of lthe White In hS My-la0*
ter of fancy work of all kinds. Thte
toi is on KEsla Lit berty treO0tcan
edooft wt of Mrs I. It. Wileoste l ,
where Mr. Thoti pson, the ait
and Mrs, Ammans will he p
wseleo athe ladles. Tl ( woei


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