Group Title: Gainesville sun.
Title: The Gainesville sun
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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 20, 1905
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079930
Volume ID: VID00324
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32993937
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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ry Beast Attacks Matadors and. a Fleecy StanJ to the Amount ef 91 SO,.

Chicago Nov.. Is.- nA dispatch to the Co1.amb118. Oa. Nov, ls -A. million..
Tribune from KJ Paso Tex., says. : .dollar cotton fire was narrowly avoided .
\ The bull fight at Cludad. Juarez In Columbus and as It was $'50,000
tAn Early Collapse of Movement yesterday given for the American min. Ha Says His Campaign Expeu worth of the fleecy stapffe went up In Four Large Southern Goncaras i .
lug convention there was a panic smoke.
la Hot Looked For. BOB War Orax' 65000. Merge Their Interest
when Felix Robert tie French matador Over 2.00O bales on the grounds used *.
who claims toN be toe) oily matador jointly by the Central of Oeovgla railway t U
7THE COMMITTEE IS ENCOURAGED of that nationality was tossed In FORMER RECORDS' ARE BROKENThe company and' the Atlantic Compress LARGEST CONCERN I COUNTRY
"'.. the sir and carried from the arena company were burned to ashes

TThe Revolutionists Seemerd To BeBvoufftlfMlly bruised and bleeding. Later the same Flnanoe Committee of the Menlo, and 1.000 bales were badly damaged. The Companies Own Many Thousand

Supplied with Money and bull made a run and plunged Its long, I Ipal Ownerahlp' League Sp.nt Eighty while corched.hundreds of bales were a badly A."' of Land and the Output of D4f
sharp horns through Matador
the Government Anticipates Hard Alonsto Plqulro, tossing him Into Thousand Della.f Which Hearst The cotton destroyed was being ferent Milts Will Bs Many Million

Struggle.. the air first then dragging )aim about Contributed the Major Portion. kept In an open space north of Thlr Feet of Lumber. kNew
the ring, blood streaming from the tenth '.tn.. t. Just south of the Central .
St, Petersburg Nov. 17.-t p. m.Ttoe .- wounds In tae man's body. Albany N. Y.. Nov. 18.-.William R. railway's round house, and was Orleans :':uv. \*.--Too mergerof
"' outlook for an early collapse 01.u. The spectators sickened at the eight Hearst, candidate for mayor of NewYork awaiting compression.. four large lumber roiupautus.. 'la AU.sbama. .
.. strlk I. more gloomy today The and women fainted and screamed to be city on tbe Municipal I Ownership A' spark from a Central of Georgia Louisiana and lIUD..leIlb a
.altnatloa la distinctly more menacing carried out. Thq arena was packe. ticket certified to the secretary> ot: switch engine set 'Are' to the grass and capital vt 91.OUO.OOO .Miitl with" beatS.
The council of -workmen' delegates with Americans from every'sectlon of state today that ha total campaign ho names spread to the cotton a few quarters In New Orl;sus was aunouuc.ea .
were $g6lt43. Tain. breakshe feet . i
or strike committee are manifestly the United States few of whom had expense .way.A today,
.encouraged by tbe extension of the ever' seen a bull fight and for a limo record fur such expenses which. was stiff wind was Mowing, and the The new company U to be the .... 14.Creelmua .
trlke In St. Petersbug various or the situation was serious. Many men formerly bell t>y Governor lligglus. fire swept over the 4 acres of cotton Luiubtr and manufacturing
.Sanitations Including tbe bank clerks, I rushed from the sickening sight In bor. who during the last state campaign bales) like the burning of a sedge Held company and It will be tbe largest
telephone girls and some of the provisional ror, walls the women In many Instances spent 22000. The are department arrived promptlyand bardtooit concern ku the United Stale
.' leagues having Toted to Join were carried out unconscious.. Mr. Hearst says ho contributed all put seven streams of watt on the with uu output of forty million feet a
'in the movement. Moreover it Isvcertala Order was finally restored but mot but 917.4S of the $80.206 which was cotton but only about that the workmen's council hasreceived" of the Americana left deciding> that spent by the finance committee of the cotton north of Thirteenth street! was : r'lorida Lumber company', of
mysterious supplies of funds they. had already seen enough of the Mualcipal Ownership league for the saved- South of Thirteenth- strt>.t cry' with ttvw mills and :".000".01''.. of fi
and consequently they present a bold. Mexican and Spanish national sport at. benefit of all tae candidate on the and on the compress platforms were land In that state; the .... H. Creelmaa fit
"r front. Practically all the pretexts though this was, only the second bull ticket and expended ,..UI personally many thousand bales the total cotton lumber company, of Cairn with mills
based on economic demands have up for slaughter out of tbe four marked for buttons and lltnographs. Borne ot on hand awaiting compress aggregatIng n.-ar Raton Gouge; tae Kruts Manufao.
'been abandoned, although the .Iebt. for tits matador's ---". the large items ant between 16. .wvn.&
boar day figures In the oratory at meet. I Law d-.P-rt';; t- 93.697; printing acres< oC land and timber and anew
'Iac'a tn order to hold the workmen who TOURIST EXCURSIONS STOPPED. "*.60t; muslo ftT.StM: carriage hire. With Br ker Neck Man Lived. saw mill, stave and beading aid #
'tfcave no thought except Improvement i=.110; rental of halls decoration and Philadelphia. J-a.. Nov. 18.-With the lath and shingle mills and the Melville ,
.In their material condition. The work. California Lines Will No Longer Run illuminations fl .OL2; watchers for death, of George Handforth. 29 years Ikix: and umber company with 10.000 r
.men's council returned a scornful reply' Them From East. election 81* MO; Investigation. of regUt old at the Methodist hospital ended acrey of land and timber aDd a' saw
-to'' Count Wttes| $,aersonal appeal tobls Chicago: Nov. 18.-The Tribune today rat ton 13.20C. 'what l I. 'said to be the must remarkable lUll]/resently& erected.
"" Mr'. Hearst declared that $$0.%" ws of .
brother workmen", ridiculing the says that the California lines have case survival with a broken Company owns 40.000 acres of
,.government's 'profession of solicitude by an order issued yesterday put a expended equally for the benefit of .11- neck known In the annals of Aardtrln<< d In at, LaoJry! Parish LM.ArlRKST .
I for the workmen and renewing the d", stop to the personally conducted tourists the candidates on.the ticket. and aur* ry. Fur fifteen mAnTwe the w J
znand for the Immediate abolition of excursions which bave been flourishing . Herman A. Mats candidate for comp Injured man lay on air and water mattresses ALLCOKO PICKPOCKK.T*
fnartlal law tn Poland etc.' Count In that field lor years.' Not only. troller of New York on the DemocratIc suffering not pain. unable to
"Witters attempt to negotiate directly will a large 'Bomber of railroad conductors ticket spent ,...noo. move any muscle except those In 11"I: Seven Suspicious CKsraofsra Lacked lit
'with the strike leaders has come to'JI&l&'ht. probably 12S. whose salaries James Q. PIle'l,. -tokes.. Municipal forearm, always conscious, but Krat dually Jail-Bsen Yellowing' Clrcu, y
alhough i e offered concession average $100 a moats each lose their 1 Ownership candidate for president o' wasting. away Prom a strong. Valdmta. O*.. Nov. If.--$.ven
la the ease of the Cronstadt mutineers positions! at least one tourist excursion I the New York board of aldermen spent stalwart man weighing ICO pounds. 'laved pickpockets went srresteJ hers
.;; 'In case of their being condemned to bureau which makes specialty of per.i 8317. Ilandfort.i; weighed at ti>. time of ;iris this morning and are being held for In*
-death. But the ..leader refused all sonally conducted tourists to California Expedition to Relieve Whalers ':..Ib only 134 pounds llandfnrth wasemployed vestlgatlon. w
compromise. be driven out ot the business I I Seattle.Va. .. Nov. 18.-Ir. An. at the Atlantic Refining m.pDn !It I I. said.. to be a gang which .baa
"All or nothing! was tbe response. During the day the connections of i tone Vary lie, prime mover' In the' proposed << ,'. plant .On "August l0. U".. hatell been following Kr1ng1lngs circus all
The Imperial ukase, on the lanJ the Santa Pe. Southern Pa rifle and Yukoe-Polar expedition will, a. from the top of a tank ant struck i h run at') Georgia snJ Klorlda.
i- .,question. Issued today although. Ban Pedro lines were notified that ".1'.'". soon as be reached Dawsnn. for which the ground( on liU hark, fracturing the The clrciis' de ect vn pad them spot
1}I- 4' wipe out about 8O.OoO.OOO of the after these roads will not accept tourist town be startrj from tfeattl last ntKit fifth and .l ti %rr.t"rn... ted and. put the loci police watchlsgtbetn
: -peasants' arrearage of debt which. cars containing pernoally conducted take steps to orgsnlxe an expeditionfor This mornlug IL T.. lloberts
I under ordinary circumstances might parties and they will not even take the tbe relief of the whalers Imprisoned Reduced scary Ons-Hslf. was rubbed of fill. .. be boarded ;
lIa '"'been received with joy Is an- can which started out a* personally In the Ice In the vicinity of the New York. Nor. !*.--At a special' train to Philadelphia, snot It. T Up
I t.. ,..urn disappointment.' conducted parties. even If the personal HrrschH Island. The expedition, to meeting the fx* rJ or trustees ur tli.. ton was "1< Tbe promises of additional lands are Mnotu| |.lf. Insurance rompany in the ..11\. tlDle,
conductor Is not on the; train duringthe be 'led by Df.' VaryHe. will probably
-.00 ragve to hold the agitated, starving haul over these lines. The reason travel In company with the detachment this city: at which. a preliminary. report Two prominent p*.., from Atlanta
r peasants who. In the valleys of the given for taking this action Is that of the northwest mount.d police of the r.crntly appointed perls I saw tuw robt rles, and later
XXm and the Volga, are again marcblng..ylllaglng. travel to the Pacific coast has becomeso which I I. to start for Jlersc'dtil island investigatingroiumlt' was sabmltt1.' pointed nut the men tu the "police ,
.., burning ad murdering. common that travelers generally are on December 2>th. PreslJent Richard A. McCurdy caused They bad tlckvis for Thomasvllle.wbere .
t,0" eonfirmatlon has been obtained familiar with tbe way.France's '. stir announcing that st his own. re* the cirrus show. twtsy. They ,.
sot yesterday's report of a false emps'eor Twe Race Herses Accidentally Killed q.*.t .his. salary bad been cut In bal gave (their names a* James. King, of
leading the peasants of Peats. Answer Los Angela, CaU Nor It.-Tw rfrow flSO.OOO t41 fTi.OOO a year. Thlartloa IttriulsKnaiu. Joan, h urton. of Moo(.
Th. mill and factory owners st a a Vetted Th.t.New race horses were accidentally killed aAseott was taken at a meeting of TM. aUID..r, >il Cotw. nt Memphis. Frank
.meetingJust held while offering to York ?ov. 18*-The following park yesterday ftobootcraft. s "n.a"mmltt.. ... sad Mr MnCurd Morgan, of l tulsvtlU; J. A, Morris, of
'xaake concession tn the fatter of hours message iron President Castro of Venezuela fleet runner from the Tlcbenor stables male. the first step !I. '....rln. the ... Mempils. : J.m.>. .nok..,. of Marlon.Imt. .
-of labor generally to the ten hours. to tbe Herald. Is printed by that collided with Apringwater. a jumper ,",D... of the eO," jaa,. Salaries' ** .. and Main Ack-rmaa. of Memphis
"took a final decision that unless the paper' t04S7TII... answer of Prance belonging to Younger and La..r, the. other officers' or the company also Tb- in are being" held for Investig
aen reocased work Monday they mu.tcJotIe 1* a veiled threst. discarding tbe memorandum and both were so badly InpureJ teal have have luced. the saving .mmmllag tloo. L . :
down Indefinitely. ftbouM the men remitted by Mr. Russell's" Is all to between "4&. OO and It to:
be kttled. be
they bad to They were
proposition conciliatory method. B4e.m.r Line In Receiver's Mete1.ttsvsftita .
t>e locked oat In the Lace of the win 000 p.r snaum.Wtslthy .
Public opinion. vaa'nlmously supportsthe Ing ridden la opposite directions< on *. Oa.. Knv II --The mMtCa-*
'tor. It would make the situation
only tbe track. NHiVter of the riders wertajared. .
attitude era Transportation company operai
of the government In seeking -
more' desperate.The reconciliation but firmly .....taIa.laC Schonlrraft was. valued. a'' Farmer Cemmtts ."leI4.> l Ins a line o/ steamer.. b. ...." stevsiw.
new from the province showsbat about aad at 82.0O4. Bt Appnlln, Qiteb. Nov. H.--U t<
Che authority of tribunals. recocnlied $740 HprtgwaUnr ash sad Aw.IJ.... ice Wen placed !.
practically no movement has been by America, but spurned by tae llevtsg that be bad sswrilrs iris wire the beads of a '."'per." receiver. by
S.S tarted there tn support of the generalrettrike. country of franc .Tbe Paris editionof Watched "J.COO Bwrvt .lit Steve.Chicago. Aiexsader labile, a w.*'lby( farmer Judge c.". spec the s iltle. of the
this. ,but there ts a deep suspicion tae leraJ4 ,Is reproduced jere with Nov 18-Mr* Chariot/ 11. yesl.tdAy "'o....lIt.4 .sleiJe Ts Argils *>ro .rr awpasr> aaJ a ....
>teat may simply be the 1.11 of satisfaction as ulllag the trsth and Wttghtnsa. who eeatly broaght sslt. eou..e: bad quarreled and la a Pi M bar. of other ia*..<.r.4 .....UU'. of A.. t
*pr.pantdoa. orrespondlag with the mesaoraadvaa.Stgaed against br fe.*bsa4 for separate. malatsasnee rage fabric picked. ntp a gsa sad oral .,...., Johs I. Nlaon. of Augusta<< ,
-nr.. >Social Desaoerata aaj Revotv- ( ) ea.t",. Caracas. Venesnela." ,, today told ledge Pretaao list W,.. L*>rU> fell to the llmr la a.fatal worn appointed temporary ,...h., sad ,,1
.'tU.lats. are keeping their ptsas dark lag tie hearing of her case Oat she b* and I..brt betMvlaj"*her to b* deed at ".. erganlsattoes have ramifications. Ofnee. Reel.fatten Aesepte tiered that br bnsba.4] b4 spent. bat banged himself. A ..lgbb..r fonaxMr tllloeers aver that the total. ladebt4ness >
4kro.Sboet th* country and at a stgat .. fobrie .'%<,xfc.<. H.... bet she. w.,<
the Is
"'-I .... Nov. If*--A 4lpeuebe to the JaOa., sad tbatfere< threw money a. .s ef 41.1U.JI, sad d. ,
'. wtcbt aaala M-U. to
bring IU ord-llersl4 freer vVaablacum. says .eetirittee valaa4 at f 11.00 l lato f be ratajerd.BattleNtlp. elate theIt Is 'lM...>lr.ei. The a.ov.
-tae tadaatrlec of the country to a slaad.atJU. .
that PresUeat Roosevelt yeeVersAy set stove aa4 wsur%.4 there tmm. like af sate r"rtb.r state that the K..... one
opted tae reslgmaUo of Uenteasat forward. left her ).ab.av4L A >cre4 Kesteckyr H..... ft.....,. of the Urges of the tine a*.
Italics.* Property U..<.r o..r.L OraavfU R Porteeqi Tenth UalteJ gfdaK the vieiussj. M a., .*.tb ems 1fc* blfft"*. Wor Uv-Tbe belt!. been ll4 "O pee -a.e time at Its wharf
Moscow. K... IL-W..u. bare Btata cavalry. LAewtenaat 1betagw awar4sd. .hip... .tlNli': b.l .been >prohibited by order of Ute _tal. ftaa bees 1M.... >. ... of the severalorvspooaeata At erltaa warship. ear having sear s iA data a bob *tst. eC< repair.Korfotk. .
ter os" the interior sad the raltros ataa4 . la the salt for alvorcebvwocbt .. ...a_.'' a.......a Itleese.. t. ........ tM longest. 4Uasce by wtr
./tlcss shop are naaer amPltary by. Major a..... Tagvsrt. u Clalalp. ll4t. IL-A .t.epatdll to tae ,1+... Lt.gtepby, st ardi.g, to the n PesyeiJee Aliem ed ..... 4
.{...... I &V A, agalstet bis wife at Woo. *..v, O .,..,...... Croaw wrsalaen4Ms ssy tfea: iert. r-...... .1 Ica ber.... of .Ml. .,l9 Va.. Sloe iaf. ...... y
M -'-...... Osveeesr.Nov. . Last wtater b. was eel dety at theWhke 4.1 ........ tit ..tales appeal In .sr.s r w' ar 'be ..... Tbe atI. *. Cbll. ., charged with) cnsslaal ..!"..
ls> Aa attest*I llooIa.. eorial tsaetioys. between the president cad bis. .serf m S ... ..... l i iss la If atapaoe Km 4. Us. e. Wise $.ra:j Atklsswe.. sow ill laat
.. ....., to a......tasw the: tary of tae navy om Ik*! of .... a ,' miM. 0f Rica \IIn..JW.. was r4laar ; 1ft c.... natal a xt.....iGII) 'Tbe pv* bee s.sttras. |...(wn. c.. 'a 41.,..*. Nan a4. ttra4 Ie boll. hr Judge 1f..eJ :
bs carriage throeg the streets .. tCew Term, Jiv+. LaA eaMe 4ls bsevj nr.lax tb. aeea.etty for a iota ., ii of:1... I* 'M sow ef $IOrt n. pets ,
aOkot wee flied at bins fro+. sa aBey.fcwt *meta b the lt4 peeked his views si liege war, ,..w. to fc-Hh ..., barely' .we
Ca. he Oet aUe4 Its SMUX, Tb that new r......v... bee. .. at a,,ate beat te a pstit. chafe b. aiwHf so. get. !.* ....y C......... Ale f..t.d.Waebltgtar *a> walk fray,, the rffy jn t. tae swirl.. 1'
'+ .....-.. Aaaassta. eeape d eye that asi aprt aa bas exrarreJ. atMaaaaalt p..,. l. tallow ..1ftrc./ ..ta/y bur. Yet. U-nr a gee rx5e Peons, wa W M"" < uit. emirt ey rVe r
r *, and IAat grope.. .....,.,......4IH aparte. Is eif pwee I t this The .Meet ,,jer seta4 dtevetavy or..... bee pre*.a( wets V'm ...s>s....lIa. hiss.Cblef .
........, paA.,. .... ..I..I. dewed Smattag.a4 sae. ,e.3 1M fetary be eVrt4.4 J,. tens Jo-we tb* halted. aray ea.a.- sa.S iae4r'ost ., Pa:la.tws k .(aU 4 trial tJf' 4.
S. Waenaw. ReM'ta 1lataaa. "'". Ia- its 3ai.e ....... Sense Aada..... see. refflavsa*..i4sfy>si es* ,*. b.eerd of whMMa.itsf free .atielpg seas r.raspetttee. wXeieiBea Iec.', ..... AU........ .f....'.. pity V
'/11'" .4b S.errtur gr.nat Mm pr hAdlmd 4ttAI7 st the gseeess.rtst. saki Oaf LJewef ti .N.ol.4en., for litaaattreetM..t aene rae is .ep1ytsg" ekUa. .... sa e *a<..l last .bUe (hr<* -
: '1 Y.'..ahlidstl.e a 4..e user. Tvfhib C.. .... .. wee ?a.wa trwC. tiles three ..... istlsehfast' ... .MtreWee. tar "J"dal" ergabaetiegam ... a .ee>eeal |tmpensea..wt .. tae ,...- i
y 4 .t ]kwrrrmg JMttT !ae M'ebNltd. 0. eale Anv pewmrsg. .aelaj ib torso "di$ ir.rsstAMr'M" Tb* pin. .was erbeSe. ...W tM tits ecibesK ,, .n$1 .....,.... aJ arasy plat,.., tsar. ew4IUa..she. war miff ertusetr VJ,
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Do Not Neglect a Cold. .f
::. AGAINST RAILROADAllowed Ayers Written for The Savannah (Ga.) Pres.

I was.tired. and spent with toiling E".ry cold weakens the Lungs. lowers the Vitality and thus makes the
And weary with grief and care, less able to withstand : cold"
Mrs. Ann Beach $2,500 i Till the simple burden of living. system pa" the! waJ' for more s.rous d.........

You can depend on flyer'sHair Seemed almost tno great to bear; SUCH CHANCES ?
for the Death of Husband. TO TAKE
Vigor to restore color to And, so. In the midnight hour
-- time. I looked at the sky above,
your gray every And soul faint in the shad
I __. Follow directions and it never ow. .
fails to do this work. It stops And I doubted my Father's love.
Lasted Three Days, and Attract. BALLARDSM.OREHOUND

.d treat Deal of Interest In North- For deep eloods shrouded the heavens
Not one star shone In the sky ;
.rn Section of the County-Many [flair Vigor; | And I doubted If God found hear m",

Witnesses Testified.Th lie seemed ao far and high.
Had then In the darkest hour.
'.Jury In the cash of )'r.. Ann O falllrlEofthe halralso.! There's A bird's song sudden and sweet, l

Beach against the Atlantic Coast Ll/t,. great satisfaction in knowingyou : And weighty with tender promise
Bane from the .
up city street.A
Action on the cafe, to recover 'I .OOO: are not going to Ire disap

from defendant' company for the i| pointed. Isn't that so? caged bird singing In darkness, '

f killing of John Beach husband of th.a t .a. ...... ..u,It ........1."'..v. It It It wiped fell on my heart like dew ; SYRUP /
out the bitter
J..s doublings,
toot M.ttl. r' Vigor torwt
plaintiff) by one of the defendant ,' '.,. It.:It. forrser darts, rl.h sole. ra.rplot. And brought back the good and true.
vi.r e.rta/nlydr..y what ,...t.I,_forIt.A.
company's locomotives at M. INws&ll."-II .......H.C. It taught me a tender lesson
Springs, Thursday returned a or faith that can grow so high

for the plaintiff In the earn of IIlab// 5155 A.. ...a...heal......... forFading 1..c...Arse//..., ........ That it give from midnight prisonA PERMANENTLY CURES -
to the
i song .qlleo sky.
Thebase has occupied the ." Consumption Colds Sore Throt9\\

: of the court for the past three days, Hair And I said' oh, my heart look upward Asthma Croup Whooping Cough,
Let, ue learn of the dear bird
number of witness have s song
and a large ,
Bronchitis Hoarseness Sore Lungs.v .
. To hope when the sky Is darkest ,
P,, been .xa-nlned. Ua account of the To suffer, and serve, and tNt stronff.Its ..__ MOTHER. : SHOULD KNOW THAT R"LLA >D'S HORrT ]
popularity of the victim of thin accident ! easy to hoPe In U e.uD.hIDe,' --- --H UN..D..Sy"R p- CONTAINS O. "PiAT' S.ois: NOT
; the ease has attrscted a great It la easy to sing in the light.: CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELYCURE
deal of interest throughout the northern But braver to trust In the darkness CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.
Amount Apportioned to the Several And nobler to sing in the night. . .. .
section of the county __a. IALLI6 LOCKBAH oomthwmtto. ,.... gayer ...
Counties and Average Att.ndanc.. ., f.mlly for several a..A IMH.rd' H.r.hoaad 1a y
The jury In this case was as follows i We will learn, oh, my heart, through .w: the chlldrew had Crone wad
F. MeCook.J. The Mtate Superintendent of PubliC .sorrow w......... Coo." It always_I...... them as o.nd 1 wesld was b.wttlwsl .
J. R. };ddln. foreman M. .
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Instruction has made the following We are nearer the heart of God II la u. "0 as II Ia lb. BKS'1"
A. Jone. '1'. II. Lewl., 8. H. Mizson: When Bottle Cnaraate
walk for Children.
semiannual apportionment the one. we through the valley ofshadow [ Best Remedy Every |
and It K, Hoffman. The jury was not '
TMtrff mix goo and mi.oo.
mill school fund for the half mi aao.
tax year And lean his staff and )his rod.
oat more than twenty on
ending November I 19O0 the We will wall BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST.LOUIS MO.
a rendering the verdict the jury rate per and work In the darkness ,
83 And watch for the dawning light
pupil being: e.ntstCotrr'ta.
with the thanks of the
was discharged .. And, sure that Ills love surrounds ov,
court, and the court adjourned until We can give Him song in the night. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
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o'clock Friday morning.INTERESTING 'VV fwr_ JOHNSON:: : Ga.LD..ea-v-LLl.e.:
Baker. . . . . .712 69O 99Bradford. No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough 7
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Ali MEETING. . 1863. 1637 00 Remedy. - -- -- .- -

Ilrevard. . . . . 6 12 483 OS
-- From New Zealand
Napier ( ) Herald
Historical Meeting Kirby Smith Chap. Calhoun . . . . .. 018 612 04
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board ol PRICE
a tar Highly Entertaining.The Citrus . . . . . . 670 478 10 - LIST _
New South W1... Australia, had an
Clay . . . . . . 67B 66O 20
. .OF .
historical m..IfI..4 of Kirby analysis' made of all the cough media '
Columbia . 7387 101
': Smith Chapter. U. O. O., are always 21D..d. cines that were sold in that marks
.. .. . . . 1410 1177 77
. greatly enjoyed by the members but Out of the entire list they found only
IJ.Soto. . . . . 2046 1608 18 EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR co
that held at the residence of Mrs J. one that they declared was entirely!
Duval . . . 5600 4722 70
SI. Graham Thursday afternoon was free from all poivobs. This exception
Ksoambla . . . 863O 3013 SIC)
one of the most Interesting and entertaining was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. THE TREAT: NOUTIIEItS MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
Franklin . 018 611 :28 _
iu the history the society made by the Chamberlain Medicine
Oadsden . . . . . .
4 2HO4 2327 83 EXPRESS PREPAID. o.rt
There was a large attendance and the Company Des Moines Iowa. U. 8. A. Measure; ,
Hamilton . . 1806
readTng' the Plate president* reconvention 1167 83 The absence of all narcotics makes thi
: \ fleruando. . . . 629 436 76 Per Four Six Per
+, port UI t... t eg UI t b. oat. a.l remedy the safest and best that can be OalJOQ Quarts Quarts Case
t .: JUII.booulb.. . 321 44214Holm. 1 Hatehetl'a Private Stool . . . .. .. ..... .. .
Francisco rl ro N 00
San had and It 00. .a.oo
tr with
at was ; Is a feeling of recur I H.&elteu..Tb..Wb..e.. .. . ..... ..... ... ....... .. to
tentlvelj listened to and greatly appr .. . . . . 1191 1074 02a ty that any mother can give It to he Hatebett'.Old Kjre' . . . . .. ...... .. .. ........ ... :4roo s... a s ear 10 4 690 IO! I..m eo
.Iaokul. . . . Eureka N. O. Apple Br.Ddr. . ..
4teg 8400 27 7\! 4 710 7 00 .. CD
kr alated.' Mr*. II. H. MeOreary read I little ones. Oh.mberl.Io'.Oough Remedy N O. Apt>I.l llrandy ... .. "a
o. the "Women of the Oonfed .I.lfer.on' . . . 8011 llS08 ()GLaV. Is especially recommended by it O Eureka Malt. . .:: .: :' : ::::::: :::::::.:::: 1 to zti : : tI6 1; :
paper l'urellaN.o.PtIbllr.Dd. . ...... ... .... ..
.".... . . . 721 698 43 47\! 475 700 .tve
Mrs F. It Beawell d.. makers for colds N. C. Peach Urandy . .. :
racy.. Rave a Lake. . . . . . IBM 1182 12 coughs, croup an Eureka N O. Corn :_. ... : : :::::::::::::::::::::;::: : : : : : : : :
aerlptlve. sketch of the Florida room at whooping cough. This remedy Is fo . .. ....
? F I'llrek.N./'or.. XX ........ ......... .. Ater S...
the national In Richmond Lee . . " . 537 4.a 71 ale by all r.llre.aN.C.Cora.XXX .. . ....................... In I Tt /60. 00
'p museum druggUta JoUr.kaH.C.Corll.XXXX. .. .................. ....... t.I6 ItS D
Leon . . . . . afar 1110
.- '--Ya., and Mrs J. F. MaKlnstry. Jr.. 8428 2848 65Levy. .- --- Ok Craw Bourbon .. .... . ........... ..... 4 1\0 I Tit 110
4 roo
?" . . . . . 360 1128 80 JUDGE, MASON'S COURT. Hannltac KyHufkBT . . . .. . ... .-.. .... ..... .. 4.) 4110 a n I' 110
entertained the members with an out Hrook Rye .. .. .,., .,.. ...... a am 11110
)loe of the monomania! work. Liberty . . .20 862 n Assay Krook Hour MahKobo .. . . ... ... a Tli 7& .37 7a 5 a 11ft 1 II a ao so

A pleasant feature of the msetloa; Madison . 2863 231cJ 20 Alex Woodward, Charged With Selllr"') | nut V Suet.lre a-':. ." .. ...:: '::: .': a Ira Iq 4e sal Itri

n was the music by those charming ".0.'.. . . . . . 1281 1021 78 LlqOor, Was Arraigned.The OaII.Dd. .. .. . '" . .. .. .. .n ass 4&0 r.t 800 1.'To.00

.6, adepta on the piano Misses Ida Burke Marion . . .2M 84U9 2H circuit court was not the only file Feat '!.'O t. t8.f": l'fOr n.u... IJellYf'N'd.

him and Myrtle Fennel! Monroe . . , . IHU 826 02 tribune! grinding Wednesday, as Judge fII... ...a.elabella 0''" .Prlvste S&ocaK! aDd
' N..a.... 1383 114788 Mason ..e.... Iab.1.o' 1'.' "U'.Uid Hae sed.eoure secure a bottle free. Say. i.
Al the conclusion dt the exercisesthe had a little matinee In his of.fldfe. H.&eb.I&.That'. Whiskey and! a bottle 're. tas.e twelve r
secure "
t hostess served elegant refresh Orange . . . 2074 1721 42 N. 0. Cora and _ar. a bottle ,,.... Rave a boUJe..el.rree.. '.be.$a.e. 0'twelve Eurels'abe.N.0'C.Eureka
0.01. . . . . . . 784 Wrandy ant sees,. one bottle ,,-. Save twelve Labels o. Eur.ka ... Apple "i
660 14Paseo. Ale 'and
Woodward of
m nts. )I". Graham uever falls to a negro Archer, one bottle. 'ree. I'rtee..t aU .---. boutr"1 aI<"om"'D". store soars ....
'' make her guests leel.' home, and the . . . . . . 879 7n 67 I was arrested by Deputy. Shsriff Curl tba..beaded.r.d.feu ----. All standard Noebarr.toriura.bOae5OrdrayK.braDd. o' .1iIJak1. 0'100 at.per. bou.lfaDoa. ter--

ladles of Kirby Smith always hall with Polk . . .. 2543 210:1 agPu'n.m. upon charge nf selling... liquor In a true a6 )..- a fur "ou. A II .11I.quoted oa sold.,."U over<<" b.r.I We also Ito terry per dnalt-IO cheaper 1

delight notice of meetings to be held . , . . lItH 12U7 8lH' : dry county at.d was arraigned before aquora. Muse tkaa those" re'uDdH qllolH.11 nud.}I.-c'lal not ftef'tl u..eaor".011 larre quaalltiea. pocked a.7 uses de"reel. -

at her residence.O. .Iobn. . . . . 1184 HI :r.Ja Judge Mason upcfa that charge. Ati.rhearing EUREKA TIME A LIOUOK C03lP.A1'ir. I

,. Loot. .. .00 838 ..7 ; the evidence' In the ease the lea wicar! HAY 8-nwrr. .

B. Burhans Testifies After' Four Manta Roes .. 1648 IM1 84 defendant was required to give bond JACKSONVILLE.

Veara. 8umt..r . 1121 99018 In the sum of $6OO for his, appearance .

1. O. B. llarhansof Carlisle Center, N. lill.aau. . . . . 2506 21M 34 before the graud Jury, now In session, -- -

Taylor . . 818 87e 71Volusis
and In default went to Jail.
Y.. writes i "About four years ago 1 I
. . l12R: 17M 241Vakulla -- .,
Wrote stating that I had been
"' 1M 686 78 Son Lost Mother.'Consumption . WORKSPnre
cured of .
tiny a severe kidney trouble
by taking Iras than two bottles of Fo- Walton JI7a 18R8 a8 rune In our family, -] or-.

r Ie,', Kidney Ou,.. It entirely .'opped'b. I Washington . 1519 1&68 67 and through it I lost my mother" Pore Soda Water, all FUicrs, Gte ar lie, Root and Birch Beer Cider Etc.GAINLBWILLB

brick' duet pain and H4143 160838 60 wrltea 1'':. B. Kekl of Harmony M. .

"For the past flve years, however on FLORIDA.
symptoms of kidney disease dlsap.peared. Total Amount for Apportionment

I am glad to say that I hare t7O3o3: Oft the slightest sign of a cough or Bold I write for ptleea C- aad. WMUM are BO* aoM. M' west be rt.rv d.

: never had a return of any of those have taken Dr. Klog'a New Discovery -- .

symptoms during' the four years that lial. In Fund not ., J>or. for Consumption, whisk has. saved me ---- -- - - . .-
have elapsed and I am evidently curedto honed $ 413 39 from eerlooe lung trouble.. Ilia moth -- ------ -------

stay cured and heartily recommendFoley' \V. M. HoLtOWAT.State er's death was a sad lose for X'r. Reid. The Oldest

Kidney Cure to anyone ."fI.,. Bupl Pub. Inst. but he learned that laag trosole! must Whiskey House in Georgia.

lag from .kidney. or bladder troobU.'. not be neglected, and how to cure 'it.Qalekeet .

J. W. McCollum A Co. Constipation.' relief and cure for coughs

--- .-. Health la absolutely Impossible U= and colds. Pr ce 6O and 91.OOj guaranteed Established 18 h.

Roust Mill Sold.D. constipation be> present. Many serious tit all drug stores. Trial hot. - --- -.-

t M Phlfer, who hit been residing eases of liter and kidney complaint t... I..... ___ __' __- I OLD MHAUPE YTILLXAJKH

I. this city fur the past few months, haw. sprung from neglected eonstlpa. Bids Wanted. ii. Pure One old rye. By the gallon 30O.

has purchased the grist mill and wood lion 8ueh a deplorable condition Is Foar full nnart. jg.80CfltEtiti .
Bids are wanted by the Board of
yard of Roux Bros I-.t:. Maconiestrel unnecessary There Is a cure for It. County OoeamUalooers of Alaehuaeoonty >; PREPAID

and will eoitinue' to operate Heroine will speedily remedy matter '
for the services of two road ov. GEU. J. COLCJIA5
same. Mr Itilfer came to<< Ualnesvllle U A Lindsay. P. a.., Hronson. Fla.. .
..***" for the ..!MII.. year. Bfcis Pure Pennsylvania "
m ..b. l 03t Rich
from Windsor and i. well ,,1... d with' *. 12. !! .I"1r uee t and
lle-blne. I find U a Ana medletne for most be handed to the clerk of the sire mellow. By the gallon t2 :a. Foar
the change. lie has.a great deal of cone rH.o.tip. iloa.!. 6t\i a bottle' tiolj by colt court not later thaw Moaday. I>.. full quarts Upl.EXPRE.43.
fldenee In the future of the city and w..i, Johnaon. PREPAID-
eembev. c.h. 19OO. The Board reservesIa. --- .
feels that It will continue to lead .. -. -- ---
right. to reject any sad all bids, AXTIL RTE
d the most Important Interior town In. Important Land Deal. I n... by order of the Board this. 7th Pore sabetaailaj family .

Florida. . ... U. K Oreen of foals has purchasedfrom day of Noveeab, 1"" I r ,... ....10. W tiI). Fr whiskey. By
1>. lit. Phlfrr of B'rd. Co. n SJO. fa"PREPAID
tract land eon J. U DAMN. C".. Com.Aiteett .
Pirating Fol., Hoef and Tar. 1 I 1 __
pricing three hundred' and sltty ar... 8. U. .u.... Clerk. I
Foley A Co., Chicago_ originatedl The tract Is heavily limbered. sad .it - -- I CLIFFORD RTtBy '

\oo.,. sad Tar as a throat and laagremedy is understood that the new owner will awe Wanted OLD EETTTCKY COR3IDireel I tarn tWlo.32" s. Fear. full qoarte ;

.and oo account of the greet t establish a ....111.114 tie eatwp upon At the nest rvfelar aaeetia of the from" hooded w.,.taoo_. .fla. -..1&XFBLss PRLPAI1J ,

masts aad popularity of Fol.,'. Hooey ,the ......,, I Dad of Oeoaly CoeaaUeeioaer. to t. sad old, Bf the gallon WOO OLD POLVrtK CLUB CXIKX d

sad Tar ..., Imitations are. offered held oo T..s.,. Deeeasber *... ItOft, Foar fall Rich ',
-I Thank.. "'. Lordt"Cr.d quart (3&O.. and ..I.... By the calloo *3M
for the These. worthies. !mltatioaa bids win be shelved for hire of costae EXPRESS Year full qearta $ a.CxrRlasd >. ,

have similar sounding ......... llaansh Plant of Little Rock ty ...y'", for ....... year. All bids rREPAlD PREPAID:
,Beware of u.... The' FoUoaey Ark.. for the relief I cot from lloek.I. shook be sealed aad addtssoed. to 8. ----- _. -- -- -----

!**'. sad Tar Is im a yellow !ten'. Arwka Halve. It cured aty fearfwl' U. WleojrsvOoaaiy 04..*. from we... k. w.aM bad.. aU u... leadiag. bands of Rye sad Beorboa Whiskies la thTaaarl.

a a kace. Ask for It sad refuse aayaabUtote. aalag sore, w kick no4 Uc a.I..would say. tfeeU Ml laformatloo sea ... eaTbor 1*.!. sad wtU avo yoo from 34 So ao ,Per, > cataJocoe. ))
beat, and rroea which I had ....1'84 *** -*. >a a.. reject say.... Freevpoo applteiuii e.AU.
It .Je the. beet remedy for tore ?...r.." It U a nutrrelooa .....,. all bade. sa ......... I
oofca and eolda. J. W. MeCollamA _II. bvnaa sad wounds. Craaraa J.O. BAMI-CSJU 0.-'. B*.... Oa Corn. THE AlTMAYER A FLAT LIQUOR COMPANY.j

Co, | led at alldruc storeei ... AUOMt t4. HW.a.aa ,Clerk. J>bC8l.! Q1M ass a
ALL. #
t + a,; +
-l.!... ;" t(; ;;.I'' 'JuL' '.It.L''r': ; f>t!. r v.





y Sudden Deaths. Good Program Has Been Adopted for RHEUMATISM

'THE CIRCUIT COURT Convention by Committee. j i i OF WINTERRheumatism
TT t-r# ria a disease prevailing:; in thisotintn
The nineteenth annual) n.etlt.g of I
= l.ecnl .
-- -i::::;Jl I mot.1\uJC'rou' tiM.inx; :e .o...1C'C'.t--nlltntt t.i tit. Fl..r!.l_ K'lucatlonal, .1suoosi'ii.: I I. is usually worse in Winter beer use of the cold and damp. 4

Grand Jury Releases Several ;/, ',4-. .l;* are uusetl '0.... I <>'il Miami, commencing Iterlnter .*, : D4I! anti other change l condition of the cliau.l'The occasional twingesof
.:. the diense that felt the weather' '
:; ': 1" it-': ',.-t ciis.a This antuiul I are daring\ warmer :: are change to picrciujfpniu -
Men Held For Murder. >e. I l'\1I1Inni.. :fill merttugl :' the um cl 1 1.\! become infiarattl and swoll" 'n. the nerves* get sore and
1"I" heart f.ulure or promise 10 b. one. of the Lest ever excited the bonc ache: and Rheumatism, the terror of winter takes passes-

J I al H>plex:v are often held by the association in this State. 1 I aion of the s>'atem. Then the sufferer turns to the liniment bottle the
CONSIDERABLE WORK HANDLED I the nult of kul The Program [ woolen clothes, the favorite plaster or some home rcmeiU in an effort to get
I INen.I."nth
I I [ nev disease IfVUlttev 'lorld.1' relief. lh\t Rheumatism in not a trouble that can be rubbed away or drawn
I Annual** ting. "
Several Unimportant Cases Carried ) i trouble i< out with a plaster, these things relieve the pain and reduce the inflammation
alluwNitOatll'a11Cethekidurrpwiwut l ooi ,
OverThe," Common Law Docket Is 1"4. Kducatlonal A tor at Miami but do not reach the real cause of the trouble and at the next exposure another .
ed bloat will Fla December 37 39.10u>_ attack comes on. Rheumatism is caused by a sour, acid condition of f
....rly. Finished-One Appeal Tak- 'rtta the blood. The refuse matter and which should
the organs, causing catarrh: of Wednesday December 27. 8 p m. bodily impurities he carried
en. he bladder, or the kidneys themselves Music by Biscayne Orchptra.Invoestion off through the channels of nature have been left in the system because:: of
break down and waste away cell by cell. indigestion;weak Kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition of
BatonS Rev. W.V, ..ri. D. D.
.l!mID a, Daily Sun. Bladder troubles almost ahtars result the system. These impurities sour and form uric acid which is absorbed by
The November term of the circuit front a derangement of the kidneys slid Address of welcome on behalf of the the blood and distributed to the ditferent muscles joints nerves and bones
far Alacbua' was continued a cure is obtained quickest by a proper city-Hon. Mitchell B. Price. the
treatment of the kit ne"" If you are feeing behalf of the teachers of Pade//
*' yesterday Judge J. T. Wills presiding make On the trouble and cure Rheumatism by cleansing?
badly can no mistake by
taking I> Kilmer's Swamp-Root thereat county-Prof. W. \V. Hall principal of the blood It neutralizes the acids and filtera

"The Jectment case of Palmer vs. ; kidney liver and blaitilei remedy.It Miami High School. ... S S S them out of the circulation and sends a stream of
Parker. which \V. H. Palmer brought correct: inability to hold urine and Music by Biscayne Orchestra pure, rich blafid to all parts of the body. Then
action against Fannie Parker scalding pain in passing it. and oercomet > Reponte addresses of welcome the pains cease, the inflammation subsides the
that unpleasant necessity of being nerves are quieted of the disease
PURELY symptom
ore'nme length The evidence consist behalf of the alaoela\lon-l'rof. J. W
compelled to go often through the day, passes away and the cure is permanent. S. 8. S.
*d of a record of the proceeding! and and to get up many tunes during the McClung, superintendent city schoolsof la purely vegetable and doe not injure the system as do those medicines containin -

judgment of a justice of the peace nJKht.of The mild and the is extraordinaryeffect rvalired.t Tampa ? Potasha.adothuminerala. Book on Rheumatism and medical advice ,
The record was objected to by the attorney Swamp-Root soon Annual address by President A. A. without charge
steals the highest for its wonderful TI ff SWIFT rein Co.. ATUUfTA. QA.

for the defendant, and the cures of the most distressing' cnes. Murphreeof Tallahassee president of _ u_. ___ _._ s
eourt sastained the objection, which Snanip-Koot' is pleasant to take and is the State College for Women.

in verdict the sold bv all druggists in fifty-cent and O .
resulted a by jury on Thursday a m.
one-dollar sire llOul_. Von may have a
direction of the court, of not guilt". sample bottle of title wonderful new ills Io"ocolon-Rey., K Staunton.

The ease will be taken to the supreme covers and a hook that tells nil about it: Vocal solo-Miss Pearl Gardiner. .QTJRQPJECT

court. both sent free liy mail Address, Dr. Kilmer Lecture to be supplied

The following caves in assumpsitwere & Co., I1ingban'tonVben
I writing mention reading this generous Science in the Grammar Schools
disposed Waterman A Co. vs. offer in this pHper. I),ns't make any Prof. R. M. Evans of Tampa

1C. J. Baird judgment for $218,64 ; Edward itistake,but renieml>e r the lIaln .Sw'atnp- Ten minutes for general discussion.
Anderson n. E. J. Baird. judgewent Root Ur. Kilmer's SwniniRoot, and the Teaching of English In the Grammar In advertising i is U convince you that YOU ought to
address, Binghauiton, N. Y., on every
for SI.2OO}; L. N Pearce judgment bottle. Schools-.Prof. R. M. Evans of Tampa. have a bank account, and that tho account should be '

lor .;2Al;.: woo Ten minutes forgeneral discussion.Teaching .

The Albion Mining and Manufacturing of English in the Grammar kept in THIS BANK. We offer ABSOLUTE SAFETYto
Go. TS. Riley A Millard replevin RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE Schools-Miss Ada F. Merritt of Lemon

resulted' in a judgment for the plaintiff City. our depositor' *. .
Adopted on the Death of Mrs. Ella Fagan .
for :25 tons of phosphate rock. A Ten minutes for .
similar case by these. same parties also of This City. 2:30: Equipped as we Ire with a NEW FIREPROOF VAULT,
p. m.
resulted in a like jndgment for thoplaintiff. The following preamble and resolutions New BURGLARPROOFSAFE
Triple Time Lock Screw-D1or,
were adopted by the Home Mission Solo-Mrs. Eugene Itomph.Annnsl .

In the case of J. R. Eddins ws. Sam and the Woman's Foreign Mission address of State Superintendent with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar

..(Cook in assumpsit, a judgment was societies on the death of Mrs W. M. Hollo way. Insurance your money and valuable papers are safe
The Standard Course of for
-obtained for *7BO. Ella Fagan at their meeting held on
November 10th. 100Ch'Vh.r.Ood.'our the High Schools What It Should He- with us.FOUR.
The following who were before the
Heavenly' Father Prof. R. M. Ray, principal' Plant i
.grand jury charged with murder were
discharged no true bill being found : In His infinite wisdom and mercy has City ; Prof. L. B. Edwards, principal.Suwsnnee PER CENT Interest Paid ou Time

March Debote. Ed Kite, Will Harris seen Bt to take from our midst our beloved High School Deposits. '

and Dan Johnson. sister and (""awork.r11'8.: Ella! Thirty minutes for general discus ',

Fagan: ; therefore, b* it sion.
Several unimportant cases were continued
for the term. Resolved That in her death the Thursday, 8 p. m. The BANK f-AtACHUA
Music, by' Hisesyne Orchestra.'
The common law docket is nearly M. E. Church South has lost one of

flo'shed' up and Chit term will not be its faithful members and nur societies. Male Quartette. .luchua lorida.

eo long as some anticipated at the opening one of their earnest and devoted work. Giving the Itoy a Square Dsl-Prof. ;j Il .

ers. A. L. Suhrle of Stetson University. ", .. ,,
of the sesoion.ANNIVERSARY .
Resolved, Thai we question the J.eehre-To be supplied.Friday .
--------- n'11
ANIMADVERSION. wisdom or goodness of Him who suffered O s, m.

this stroke to come upon us, but Inwoe.Uon-It. J I) Lowe. CHARLES BLUM & GO

Enjoyed at the Cottage Home of Albert that we humbly bow to His holy will Solo-Misa Julia Taliaferro ; ,

Weber. North Gainesville. believing that He doeth all things well Some High School Ideals-Miss Hattie .. '

Thursday evening November Iffthwas for those who 'love. and serve Him. Carpenter of Miami -UKALKItH: IS-

-. a very memorable one for Albert Resolved' That we emulate her Prof UV.. llulvey of Defend Y

Weber the piano manufacturer who many virtues sill cherish the memoryof Subject to bo snppliwd.Expression y Whiskies W.Hfsanil

has resided In North Gainesville. fur a her association with us In the work and hs IteUtion to Edu Him MADE' 5

lyear, that .evening being his first to of our societies.Resolved. cation and Life-Mis* Edith W MOMS Lit-Hsrs

-eel.braie. There was a 'large number That we extend our sym. of T.II.h..e. }
bereaved and relatives --- Nos. 51/-519
to her family
present at hi* pleasant cottage and Business session'
and that w* commend them to
: nothing was spared to make the occaalon Friday Afternoon.
". Him whose word assures the bletsed- BAY STREET
loa to be remembered.Mr. ,
< = Excursion on P A 0 steam r out 1.0'.
"the dead that die In the
!: Weber has a cultured taste for ness wHISKeY '
Lord." Gulf .u..m. given by citUvtis of Ml.ami. .t 4
.decorations and he did this part with JACKSONVILLE
lavish hand. It was a perfect bower ofbeauty That. a copy of these resolutions befurni.h.d Friday Evening. C QN P .
i' Ualnesville The .
.' and admired by the recherche The sun FLORIDA. 4..rr
of and beaux of this Florida Christian. Advocate and also Cnnrert by Miami Conservatory of .

t .city gathering_ beauty the family of the deceased and that bl! us is. Agents for MllwaWkee Bear
Reception by citizens of Miami.'
r.'M 1e and mirth made the evening they be recorded la our minutes.Mas. Export bbl IO
All the railroad and steamship linesof | per dos. 9111' per dos 11.3ft
i glide swiftly by until the time for the L. W FKIMBLL!: Chm.. Blue ntbbon. per| bbl l. lu dus. 0121( per des. illy)
r MRS. MlELTET. the Slat have granted a round trip

.\..,. dainty partook,refreshments of a toothsome when the r.p.1l' largeerowd 1 Mas. W. It. THUMBS.Commltte fare plus> :?a cent, and. the executive. Jung's Clnelnnttl Had Hear Baar.r .
committee Is endeavoring to do better 7
W F. M. .
that was In keeping with the other arraojtemeats Society.Mas. '. bbl. lodos.tai par dos. |l. .
carefully carried out in T. J. l+ltttuts. Chm.Mas. .. still in which case they will.. aDDOU... :

so W I... FtoYf.Mas. broach the press. The llalovoae Hotel
l' every detail It was an event long to We pay freight or chars
II. L I'Mira. will be the association's headquarters ezprtws

remembered_ _. by all.- - Committee' II. .M, Society and has given special' rate of 13 CO on thu following liquors:
a day as has the Bsn Carloe Hotel.
No Cass of Pneumonia Record.
on I When You Have a Bad Cold The Everglade. wilt makes 12: OO rate LEWIS I860, Away Above Everything 'In f
We do not know of a stogie Instance
IT g .
and the Southern II. OO
1 per day. the Whisky Line:
where a coach or cold resulted in Too wsot a remedy that will not
Farther Information can b* secured
pneumonia or consumption when To.hey' only' give quick relief but effect a prmancnt .1 I full quart .'. ft 00
from any of the reception enroutltl
Hooey and Tar had been taken.It eare at Miami' the mvmber of which are J 1': full quart 13 7&

cures cough and colds perfectly, You want a remedy that will relieve Prof. W W Hall, II. P Un.cC.Ad .M.. l BLUM'S MONOGRAM 10 Ytin Old:
eo do not take eba,,". with some no. the lungs: sod keep ripeetoration. easy. Frank Gammon fl.tiI
_. __ w
4 full 20
a quartH 4
that will
koowa preparation which may contain You want a remedy ewon

opiatee. whieh cause constipation a Israel soy itdney. Iowan! pneumonia. lest Liniment on Earth. 1'j full quarto 19 OO

.....edition that retards reeovery from You want a remedy that Is- pleasant Henry J>. It*14 win.' 8u erhat.a.t.D' EARLY TIMES Pure Sour Mash Whisky:

st eoM. Ask for Foly's Honey and and .af. to take. City Waterworks. BhulUb.rg, Wle' ,
Tar aDd "f.... any abetitote offsred. Cbamberlaiti's Cough. Uemedj meets wrltMt. "I have tried rosoy klads. of : ladled I. heed. Ue4" Veveoasrat HsyenUUsi.t .

J, W. MeCollam. A Co. all of these r*>qalrn>ent. and for lb.speedy liniments but I have sever. r.elvedmoeb full quarts, del! . . 4 00
beoefll oniil' I .-! Raila rd'. 0 full
- --- aed permanent ear of bdeohls quart t ft fW 4t
t oow Lee meat f,.r rheumallMn sad
tsods without *.r. For al
.W t by all drocxtsts.Ma plM.' I think ...abe best l.......t e>. 1 2 rull quart* 10 7ftBLUM'S
T. F. TMMSUHDERTftKING ...nb," :?br.04e: and ..1. Mold by W.
W JoJiasoo, scoo.
..-. CoacHes. SYLVAN GLEN, Il

1 CO. Two eons,.. fear ..*. Kite Dis Kaege4f.rroes Years Old:

&o..s. eel from .ibe akop ef JIM Hatarday's. Dally hu.
I 4 full quarto A 20
Oai esrilU aid Gulf railway la taU Is ta.ease nf KA K. U. Kit. bused ? I
FULL LINE OPaooo.s. oily alter. a therensca overasalia aa4 ever to tins. grand jery charged wttakjlllag IS full quarto 4 &o

NEW ._ repeiatiag. They are sow la Ant-.ilaa .. George. Bradley eoAered mae, 12 full quarto if OO

....htoe .4 will be apprelal4 by st (!tsar il4. _fcl. last ttstunlsy ta.
&M I"hUac peeiie14.rb grand Jery .*.. late, maser sail booed i :

AW1Tal n>eIaOJCXDT'1' ao tre-e lull aed tse df.ndsat gait blebosdem. I 4 full quarto :3 76
W. Edwards /ejw.d. .. wove dl.ehsra..d
TOHKIT01CM .. t *l full quarto . . . . 4 00 "}
Herb W. K4w.Mfs .f Dee M.4e>... f
... lao rz cL Iowa fall walk last A D tee sirens CaIa-"" 12 full quarto . i. OO
got a see aa Icy a
v,....-e..rse.nmd .,. rlajbKI aie wrW, sad trusts II U a die*.lre.e ealsesiiy WN.. yes f 1 t'>s

h log bas ...... -n. ..,... Hsay. .tae. your ...salt. w.ew.. ...- ,....-o I sti'h arts dealfn in nrerythlnif In the

."1>e'I--" as a3:: r.a..s.. M .. "ta*.y were. ee sere a.4 stiff I wae ... ........... ka.. sapped>> t Ii swoy. Lquor! Una WhlMdc( f Oirw. '
.... ..... teas a.. a p.erori ;
.. draW I w..J4 .... M stay U "'--S. bas Pnmpt resist.. be. lead is Ir, Klsy'efew
+ri t..rW se..rea w I rubbed t..ea...U wit* CkaaaKaHa. b.r...... ) LU. ....... TWj twiM es y uf Rum and Wings from, t5

sad after a Sew .",.... 4tpeuve( e r..... aM sore b..daebe.I 1,50 to 6.0O per gal.
Oa.F1erWa.. .... aU _....1" '&.I dlaa.ees.d.I It......... ...... ........a&... '.. ,
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" e'' -' tiAINESVIULEJtmsrwd NORTH AND sou TH. there that thiy are given a food ""JehImsru. truck farmer Knows

...... flavor and aweeta.- JilVERY

: !rIte; dlSWf Ufl There I la much talk In regard to President nothing more than peanut know) that

( RooeeYelt's visit. .' to the Sooth cad _, (or ought to
made both! on'the President p
De..mb r*1. -.u Oet.e.v01s.Y1a.. the Impression THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH. for
i m*>.aorwl clans flutter coder Los of Goo and on the Sooth which eoufd be -- is indispensable pro-

;:: cre.e Of M-.-*..-B I..1ST*, . Jr _... ---- easily understood by any an, If they For come month the Postal Telegraph POTASH lit is at
--- -- would enjoy the same experiense a* Cable Company ha been
.bllshed Every Xenday and Thar .lat lml- crops.A .
President Roosevelt and a trying to-run a line of wire through< ducing good-paying
Gainesville .,.rWa
Thers I.I little or no difference
'lar.toar. Florida. The Western Union has bad PEOPEveryt1
---- .. the people' of both sec of POTASH
between practically a monopoly of the business
R- H, MrOREA 1tY'. Editor and Publ'r. I. tions. Both are Americans' and proud for many year It has contract with liberal quantity ,

-- of It Is Is doobtfol in the mind of the railroad. over whose line it runsIt of

TBKM or BovacKirrioN t the writer If you could find a man wire and In return for telegraphic( along with ample amounts MuExt

The TwIce-a-Week Bun II a ,...r.1s: in the North bat what ia proud of service the railroads distribute material .

month, COs.; single copies, 60.D..T..IJfO the rapid progress being made la the for th. keeping up of the wire of acid and nitrogen is ten
come and phosphoric
RATHI South and if they could only the company. AI

y Local advertisement, IS cent a line see for themselves would be prouder When the Postal attempted to enter torn<

for the first and 10 cent for each additional still.When the FloridTfield, says a dispatch from vital to successful truck growing."Truck on Sal<
insertion. Preside Roosevelt came he .
Tallahassee, the railroad, in accordance tneliIlls I
Displayed advertisements for three found men of bit own stamp of character with( their contracta with the Farming." an interesting book dealing with practical .
.Ix and 12 month at special rate he the Sooth a. a part of hi* farmer will
saw truck
Price furnished upon application. ; western: Union refused to give it the ; truck raising and valuable to every held I
4 and Death notice Inserted own native land and Its people a. his same advantage In service that, they free of cost or obligation. tie i.
'_. & 11.. .... people hence It la not surprising that the Western Union. difficulty be sent to farmers on request, any
Tree;. UDitnarie ,o cen" s a gave Theftr.t slblidUp 1
r _1___ '_ ."_1. b carts ... OKBJC.AJ KAZ WOHJC
h. eougaerwhich ed m fiimw: in nicir thatthe Postal met In .dir. JI&'o.4 Street '
was getting ,A.Uaa&a. o.-aa%IJG.
__.. atr..t 01'
obliterate. ]f.w Yk-ea "
LIST. ooshingean ever
OOB CUTBBIIIO a right-of-way along the track Tl-
The Bun and the Thrice-a-Week ( Himself an ardent American and of the railroad. for the placing of pole*. -- wortlTene'
World 'e.r..l 60 worshiping at the shrine of its loftiest LOOKS DIFFERENT BERMUDA ONION SETS.
(N.Y.) one This difficulty wa overcome by an act I <
the Bon and the Atlanta (Ga.) Ideals he found here that hews* standing of the last Legislature, which give the
1 75 < Item in The New histhe I
Weekly Constitution one year. on common ground with the Southern Brother Appleyard and Caldwell arnow A Tampa new
tfbe Sun and the Atlanta (Qa.) people who have ever bowed at the right to, condemn rlgbt-of-way and the Bookman bill II 1 York: Fruit and Produce::! says: A* the f
Semi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 60 this wa done. A* soon a* the company attacking b..d
the Beml-Weekly same altar and stood for the came patriotlo the excellent missionary work three time fur planting Bermuda onions 'ie
Th. Ban and wa to begin wiring It* line, shipments Fail, '.
.... . 1 BOJptyWe today approaching the question of which ia
Times-Union one year principles.The of poles and wires were offered two able writer are performing
hone local! preferable, set or seed is being discussed ..nJ'lafol
President eam..0 their
r for transportation to the Atlantic had been given right in
r will not accept stamp of aLarger m.D. **ys The Chattanooga Trade Coast Line. The railroad company replied ties previous to llie pss.sjr- of the bill, The acreage of onions wlil undoubtedly
denomination than 2 cents. with' honest word of admirationfor n-cenelty be increased as those who fret
m.n. that while It would haul the here would perhaps tit tin 11
what the South loved moat and .t pole, wire. and other materials from' for the agitation of the q iei.iion now experimented last year are pleasedwith theT

INDUSTRIAL EDITION. once the heart of the people were one station to another when they were Certainly two gentlemen wets .oh.d rrsultecnncerning Bermuda sets

opened to him a. none could have offered for transportation It declinedto for the Uuekmau till ough. tit hare Crenshaw Bro., saysYehandledthrouRhnur ty.

y In answer to the many Inquiries of prophecled would ever ocoor. Ills furnish a train to distribute tnem been convinced' Iff,the character of the "\ seed department 801 wit'

friend regarding< the Industrial Edition words of greeting< to Mrs.Jackson"the .along the tracks as It bad done for the argument which are today b..lnli of 'last season 2.000 bushels of wh

4 we will state that all order. for widow of the great Stonewall Jack Western Union.Ou feted Hut to some pe 'p'e! the hill Bermuda onion nets planting on our

,,. the same sent in or )left at The Ban office .on," a* Involuntarily exclaimed complaint of the Postal Company doe not look .a good tot..y as it did own account for the market In the ..00'e.t....'

will be at promptly filled as possi and a* being worth his whole trip to against the Coast Line the m.tter..m.. when it warn pas, *d by' the Florida neighborhood of 400 bushels. Tb..ew..rt'

ble. Owing to the great demand for have met, wa the manliest tribute up recently for a hearing before the IA< ? copies of the edition sojne may be a that he could have paid to the holiest Railroad Commissioners of Florida i State, an1 while we know from experience tai
trifle late In reaching people fronts the South and It made _ that Bermuda onions will' mature ]Ce1
; memories of The Postal charged the railroad with It ,. plain to be teen that all fairtniided -
distance but they' will cure be there., him thenceforth a* one of our own pen.p discrimination In performing! a service people In Florida are ouzo the quicker from sets than from seed, wlCO T

le.I for the Western Union that It would motives of the Lake City and Jailer we du not advise that the crop will be

Jack Frost I I. more w.ltorthal1 The trip was 'Indeed a great one. not perform for the Postal and petitioned papers' aid know who i I. the man be. oupenor We found that the weed, ber

Yellow Jack even In mid-summer. Great for the President for he know the; commissioner. to order the bind the gun. The Gainesville.. people while maturing later, matured much fn

} the Booth a* he never knew It t>before discrimination of material to be *toped however will abide by the tieeUion more uniform crop It is possible that 8t.e

i// There will be large' crowd at &he t and great for the Booth, a* It can now > and to prescribe a reasonable rate of the count and the people in the sets being grown in the northern

State Fair' next week. It I la a hornin-. challenge the world through achann for the performance of the service by the State. It was a fair -propositionand sections of this country, then planted

and excel all other that. will not be questioned a* to Iti he railroad company.' the State Hoard of Educational in this Slate, causes the difference In

--- loyal devotion to what this nation commissioner have rendered a Control will do it* duty ma'urU1 expect" as usual to handle W(

t, They. h.d. $15O.OOO cotton fire .t, stand for-genuine Americanism.The decision[ In accordance with the requestof To chow that the people endorse the II considerable quantity of Bermuda -
few President know now and the I the Postal Company conduct of the board we will state sets and we are also among the ]
Columbus, Oa, a day I go.
world likewise know that the enqipjas that 14 of the leading paper of the largest importers of Bermuda."
bale In
.ending op 2.0OO .
pf this republic are not },.he> found In SUNSTROKES. \ State have published the communication diT
the Bouth but thatr. here exist the The Me-
J When you see a man walking alonj of Chairman' Bryan to A FEW QUESTIONS. .

t'r the street with hi. bead thrown Jbaj) strongest bulwarks'* > of patriotism that Fool and fads both begin with the tropoli of Jacksonville.NOT .
remain th "oontlo.nt. --- ---
a* If he knew It .U. It" may be he 1..1tJI on same letter and both are present in What does The Time-Un'ion mean by
PresldfwtVfcoosevelt Is wonderful
ballast. a large number SO BAD. charging the State Board of Education
on plat dud the Bnuth I I. perhaps prouderof \ with a breach" of trust in the Unlversly -

"The great eaus of edlviatioo I.I too him today than I.e any other portion If a little girl with red hair I I. dangerons The Ocala paper are trying to makeIt matter* Had Lak: City a divine

4, Important lobe rn'a Vae plaything of off thl country.' May that friendshipand what must a big girl' be with appear that local option in Alachua right to the school? Was it not an open ?

sentiment or,'* .lamb"loo." says The confidence never be less on either the same colored hirsute appendage? county i la creating great havoc, which field and a fair fight, and did not

' Bt. AujrjUtl/e Record. Ide. The whole country need uoh a I. not the ',oLh. It cite the killing ofa iaineaville win in a fair' contest? Are ,
;. leader this time and that leader The reason why afm. of oar best
.. negro< at Orange Height a* one in* the personal interest of Lake City 1l
needs the Booth to'*otaln him In his business men advertise is because it .
Th. cab-committee of tne Panami .t.nee. and the facts are that themwaa paramount to the education of our l}
Canal Commission favors a look eanal. effort to carry forwatd ibis government take two lo make a bargain.. The advertisement . no liquor In the ease. The negro< youth? If the courts kill the law,where t r

w, e There U every prospect. of It belnilandlooked to Its manifest destiny. brings the second. party threatened a white man and afterward I is Luke City benefited?. The Legislature -

'' for some time to come.It There are many men who can tell b. cursed the little child of the man I in extraordinary or regular *.eIIOr. ,-
PEANUTS- A8 FORAGE. who did the shooting in self-defense! would doubtless re-enact the law J
all about running somebody .1.. *
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The other wa a case where a ntim- and Gainesville would win
more easily
U gratifying to know that after all business, who never had enough bust-
r The general and popular conception bet" of negro got whiskey from Ocala, than before Is Lake City toting fair t
the talk and supposed progress>> on the net about them to have one of their
will be of the value of the peanut la more in or some other license town and had a I under tI..f..t"e don't expect The
'actual" work
Panama canal own to manage.It .
oommenoed In a few months at least keeping!( with It* association a* a rids drunken row. Perhaps if there had I Times-llnion to answer all these questions -

-... -. .- light to the circus than as a valuable ia said that one of the men engaged been no liquor to be had in Ocala there : at once and Judging the future b.y.
- the--throne- of Hassla farm product and forage crop says The with pick and shovel tearing', would not have be.u any trouble I Ihe past it will ignore all of / them.
to >>
pretender Journal of Agriculture. However, '' In eertaiu localities there besome That
may believes iu the
Union raised his pick to paper majority
has If he find It a* a up !
appeared I I. a valuable leguminous plant whistle blew trouble, where liquor is brought rule, when it is, with the maJorhL" ,.-
strike blow She
a Just as
h. won't want kJ
the prevent oonupant, for' the South, where It ha long been Into the county from the place that I ", Timeo-IVmnerat. .
for 12 o'clock and being true to the
hold It down until It get cooled oft allUle. .
grown la certain sections a* a staple have license bat there ha not been a I
principles of all city employee, quit
_ -_.-== market crop and where Its value' a* a drunken man arrested in this city for 'I \ school. boy on being asked to write a
M for farm stock I la being farther effort and left the pick suspended six, month who got his liquor of a a sentence containing the word "dog-
The free distribution of seeds by forage crop In the air until time to begin blind tiger.' Oar officer are making ma," dtllit>t"ral" fur a time and then 'po
Uncle Sam will commence Decembet more and more appreciated and It* work after dlnn,. too lively for them it'I wrote : "The dogma have five pope.'*' ;
culture for this purpose I I. becomingmore
lit and In about three month from' the ---- --- r -.
time the pooele'who used them will be general. '1
The area devoted to peanut culture,
mad at their uncle
according to the 19th census, Increasedtram '
----_ .- -- ----- Everybody Knows
903.MO acre In 1889 to 618.058 Jf
New Orleans business men are talk JIM I !
acre In 1H90. or an Increase of over 113
of five million dollarInsurance
log organising a per cent while the total production In.

life company. We don't I creased over 233 per cent during th. .
,a know much about Jlfe Insurance, but
same period. The Arkansas Kxperl
x'' would like to b* president.If .
latent Station has grown peanuts for a Those That Bo Not Ought To. .A
series of year and In a recent bulletinhas ,
a cotton factory In Georgia I. given' a summary of lie oheerva r 1

made to pay 1ft per cent on the la vestment tlona ou the culture and us off the

why cannot the same profit be plant for stick food together with recommendations -
' mad. on one In Florida* We have the for growing: the crop. \\',. dive nothing a..y. We have no premiums to offer von

raw material at hand and there areaeveral Particular attention wa given to the to induce you to buy from os. Our goods sell upon their

men In our county and city HnanUh peanut, a email but prolific Q merit and U the quality don't suit you send the good back. ,

who have. faith In a cotton factory variety, which has ben observed to and we will cheerfully refund your money U hat i I. \p*>nt

----- make a good growth and given profitable .d for premiums by other firms to get you to bay their whls-

The first day of the Stale Fair .at returns wherever the cowpta can tine I I. put 'in quality. of goods with' us. It's alright if you

Tampa was a good opener over 7A.W be grown with aceo... The numerous 1I p" are looting: for premium, and free whiskey, but lilt is Pare .

&'ek.b.lnc sold When' we stop e."....1... made by the Arkansas station fbI! 1L% Unadulterated Whiskey you want. then order .

to consider that the |-'rl. are not so a* regards the yield of hay from

ftfc eagvr' for the tint day lb. crowd wa.a crop of presets ..,1.. front one to RO

good 0... The Fair I I. the best ever nearly three too per acre This hay U

held in the South and there will be a usually worth at least $10 a ton aXl 4 Battlas of Old Halifax $4.20

larger crowd next w_h. may be considered a by.pmdwet when i I

-_..-_..- _....------ the nut are harvested for".I.In I II
w' Ocala U having numeroa abject eonn! ..t1osi with the value of peanuts DELIVERED.

4 R lessees of late on the temperance que< as a forage crop It may be soled 1J
t.ioe. Tfce death of a man named that la Virginia there a man who... JUG GOODS. J

Brow from. lb. effect of the any< been ..-cru1ll."'... a tidy fortune l

old there ad the sauotUgct another' through the quality of ham* cured cad That's our long suit. J. J. WILLIAMS .

aa&D. '...&6e-.o. which was brought' packed- by him. n. ham have a rich Neo tt JIM. .'<

boat by ItqBor." are very timely for and sweet flavor which make them la Corn $1.65 *Ztj i 1, Rise & 1t'\ ,, r. O. tLn 401.

those tHNl.... Ass who.tCW..J! th. ->*"><. great demand at Increased priee.. Tae -- -- .

tuba, fearia that lh 4r bo-Jo*** r*..... .uta year goes Pro.... neighboring J LC1t I
&onzrille: F 10
Watch This Spact.. rids.
meld be rained If they' c61 locall I IopUoa. ;tiiate buying up "raeyS.bteks".ebb .
h. has shipped to bus farm. It U ,
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Old-time bulls are getting together,

{ fAIR DISPLAY and at a day a conference or two ago held at in which New there Orleans i I I PARTS OF FLORIDA I0RI TEN DAYS I

were present such men as Prank H.llayne. .

It is a Credit to the County and W. P. Brown, Ilarvie Jordan Sritf Happenings >yFrom Various
President of the Southern Cotton Association to Reduce Our Stock
to Major J. W. Tench. and others "equally activein Sections of State. Only, .

sustaining the price of American We will sell Beds at Prices Never Before Equalled.
PEOPLE ARE PROUD OF IT grown cotton definite plans were THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS a

adopted. for the launching of the moot
Everything Shown Is Arranged With ambition. bull campaign that the cotton Transpiring; in "The Land of Flowers."

Much Care and Taste-The School world has jet had to consider. Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the $1.99Regular

Exhibit Is Admired by All-The System This is nothing more nor 1.... than the Busy R.ader-liem. of Interest to
tieing up under contract of some
Pralssd. All Classes.
3100.000alea ot cotton whicn is to beheld
A number Gainesville people returned until the mills are ready to pay Leesburg: fs making bid for good IlIcT-t-T:1EJ: Pric. $3.00.
from the State Fair at Tampaon 15 cents per pound, basis middling people to locate 'he.... Good town. : : ; ;;;

Saturday' night, and all are loud in for it. Nest Tuesday Live Oak will vote on 6
their praises of the entire exhibition. In defence. of the practicability of a proposition tn bond for fJOO.nrO( for Ont or Ono Huntlrtcl, y yI

It Is said to far surpass any fair ever this plan, it was pointed out that the public improvements and it will be I
held In Florida and the various conn- current crop on hardly exceed 1O.OOO.-) sure to carry in that wide-awake city. I tin pr t'o tho Siuv! P

ties are represented in the best 000 bales; that the world's spinningand Tallahassee Is noted for her beautiful -

sible manner, the fruit and .. .OS-1 weaving Industry' I. now. breakingall flowers, but what a nice lot uf"poele.

displays' being grand. previous records tn the matter of ." they will mUathis winter,ow.
The display' of Alaehua! coonty is I new business and general prosperity ; ing to the Legislature not being in $
worthy' of much praise and to Major that most of the mills are sold up fora session. 2.99 / t

Teach I. due many praises for I :year to come! on a basis of 14 cents
The people of Starke have begun a
his untiring effort. in bringing to cotton, and I have not as yet' purchasedthe
Sunday closing crusade and it i. announced
the front with the meagre actual cotton with which to fulfil Price S4.25.
that places of business' will Regular -
hand one of the finest exhibits at the their contracts ; that the farmer and
I have to have their doors shut after 12
Fair. Dr. Kelley tays it it I a credit to not the speculator is entitled to profitby
o'clock noon. A guod plan.
any' county'! and requests The Sun to the shortness of the' crop; that a
N, W. llaekettof Starke ''
wits .rrl'4'ld -
inform those who promised to send very large portion of the crop has already 4
fresh stuff during the Fair to keep been sold below It. .value and a few days ago for writing a forged After Nor.; :!IIh you i>'') tt 2A for
their agreement.The that the remainder must bring 15 endorsement on a note. Mr. llackett
claims it was done with no Intent to do tins H<}<1. Hoy new
school season's I is
exhibit of Alachua coon the average price to reach
ty, which wa arranged by Couuty 12*,. cents! which is low when contrasted wrong being' in a business transac

Superintendent Kelley it meeting with the world's requirementsand tion.
with the approval of the large crowds the 1900 yield. Madison it to have a home insurance'

who view It. There are many things! President Jordan announces his Intention company modeled along the lines of $3.99
about it that. attract. all who are interested of Immediately sending canvasser. those of the Georgia Mutual Aid1 IEEELLLtet4i

In education, and to Dr. Kelley through the cotton States. sociation which has worked most. successfully

and wife it due the praise.The Doctor These canvassers will call on the farmers In that and other t.u'-
returned home Saturday, but Mr*. and planters rapidly as possibleand Madison New Enterprise.Nine Regular Price, $5.50.

Kelley' is In charge of the booth and secure from them written! pledgesto steamboats and forty lighters tII-:

will remain until the close of the Fair. hold as many bales as they can-the I have been purchased for the work of _ _
The money expended by' Alachna number of bales to be .ted-until the ', the Key West extension of the Florida Ii* licil-tlm* now. "(jet l,uuliile .) "
county will come back threefold, asher absence of cotton offered for sale, East Coast railway and this fleet It
tine hnrgtin taut
displays will still keep her In the meeting an Increasing demand for sup. now on its way to the scene of activity.The "

front rank of the counties of the plies\ shall have brought the bid priceup company already has tweittjix ,

State, to 16 cents. Meanwhile the efforts additional lighthers on the work. Watch Our Bargain Corner. It Will Pay You. t
of speculative "shorts" to cover at
WEEK OF PRAYER. The tax books for 1B05 show an ins
once the pressure on them is felt, will, I
crease of $52.ftO8: In the total asses*Kl

Woman's of the Foreign M. E. Church Missionary South.Society it America is believed effect and on,Europe.exert the a signal market and both favorable in- valuation in Levy of county.real and The euur.1 total assessed property WRITE EIAIMbYII.I[ [f! URNITUDE D[ ((0. at'

Following It the program for Monday valuation for 19O4 was II.7IH.037 For I I .
the IBOfS it is $1.770.546. Not US.
', November 3:9O p. m. year so
Subject-"Mexico." Le.der-Mn. STIRRING THINGS UP. bad. Is lit-Levy Times),>mocrat. Gainesville, Flofida.U .

T. .: Nixon. There are still malcontent politicians Some thief entered this home of

1. Hymn.' In Florida, but they refuse to W. 8. Harris, on Van llurrn street,
2. Scripture Lesson, Isa. 51. keep still. The newest move is to some time Wednesday afternoon and -
8. Prayer. attack the Bookman bill or law passed secured about fifteen dollars worth of

4. Gloria Patria. by' the last Legislature by which the goods. Mrs. Harris had gone. up town,
5. Talk on the Lesson, RT.. J. educational affairs of the State were leaving the cook to look after the

Nixon. remodeled and a permanent university house. The cook claim that she wentto
0. Our Missionaries and Schools, establithed. sleep on the floor and that she knew ANOTHER CARLO
Mrs. W. L. Floyd. According to these malcontent. the nothing of the robbery.-Live Oak

7. Reading Leaflet: "Mexico Does Bookman law 'it all wrong ; It Is terribly Democrat.At .
Need Missionaries" airs W. P. Oars
unconstitutional, horribly' so it
; a meeting of the life Insurance
rstt. disrupts the selfish scheme of a whole policy' holders in Jacksonville tn con."
8. Soo<<. crowd and lets the other fellows la on eider matters' In regard to. the recent.
0. Leaflet "In the Mountains of the ground floor to gobble several
up Investigations' In New York, It was resolved *
Mexico" Mrs.J. E. Futeh. *
oft snaps.The that a committee of five be |p-
10. "Visit to the Mexican Cemetery people of the State are left to
pointed "to consider the advUahllity' '
,** Miss Mary' Bridges. Is the motive for this MULES
guess what attack of appointing one or more proxies to and
11. Prsyer. upon the law. Of course the failure the annual meetings of the representative
1). Doxology and Uenedletion. to cross all the t's In the original Insurance companies and to devise
The ladles of the city' generally, Irrespective bill and to dot all the I'. will be proved a plan for a permanent orssulta-.

of church membership are to be a defect that must disrupt the lion of policyholders of the State ur..
cordially' Invited to attend these week entire educational system' of Florida Florida and to provide for a fair distribution To Arrive

of prayer services. and possible mole hill tschalealltles of the expense<< of such astioa .1
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.-. must be made to appear .. mountainsthat as may be agreed upon | said committee
theea.elf-appointed guardians of to report to a meeting of policyholders
r the public weal "may' be glorified In called by the chairman of this
The United Klnodee* Ceneumea Mush
:_ e* This rreduet.Washington. their role of self-abnegated patriots.: meeting." THIS WEEK!

;J Nov 1$.-The government Well, we are metaphorically holdingour Judge Palmer hit the nail on the
: crop reported In Its latest Issue breath, waiting for the smashup head the other day' when he advised
prints a report from Uaodon showing to come ; then when the How of good the eolored people to shun the preacher .
..... the sets in and.the university goes careerIng -
that for cotton and products among them who stooped to steal,
derived therefrom Is a more extensive through limitless spaee into the and when he said that tb.r. were '

market In the Unite Kingdom than great unknown we will breathe easier many of that race wearing tbs cloak of Major Thomas is now
la view of theal Intake of satisfaction . ,
exists In other country Europe.
any the m.looa'.D&-COOOa religion only to prey un the unwary,
Tue cotton seed Industry of the United and Kockledge among 1''(.... he slated a fast. There are many colored .
Kingdom, dependent wholly for Its supply .. preachers In this Stale who are' in Kentucky selecting a

.- of tse raw' material upon Imported Florida will undoubtedly' have the among the blIt..Couad.J.!. nshusg.
aee4. produces an exportable surplus aad who have donned the garb of a rl
heaviest tourist business In Its
of the chief product, oil. but la still historythe . Horses and
present winter. Every train and preacher only to k. from work and Car of Fine
foreign countries
.,. heavily dependent upon
&assist & them In their rascality. There
Is the State
every Clyde ship entering
of the byproduct.the
for Its supply .
and hoe... cols
are a great many good
crowded with thus '
valuable cattle food. passengers early
popular and and the volume Increases with the or4 people la and out of the shureb.aad Mxiles.Wo I .
d.,.. Thus far this esaeoa the tourist la nvo eooaty are they more Industrious
The report says attribution of the business &is felly 3O per eat heavier, tad better behaved than laBuwsett r-
The commercial than for the same period lass year, *.. Hut here .. w. as .In
products 'Is conned almost entirelyto - -- -- other. .*.tioas they are medwVhe ..
Wo know what
nce4 l
the United Kingdom.! : r> r the king' aro 'XI ? buyer
de- A maw who had "heard the eoaea- time of traatisat prsashurs who
doss aa a whole there has been a drum "Why is a married meat like. a rob them of their earnings aader the our |*'OJlu I n*!c1.V.., never Mil a Horn), Mule, .

Of dine cotton ta recent__.s.years bnt the In the decline Impura la ,.- mulef** and the answer ..Bee..... ale guU* of religlosj... Judge Palaver lal. HuKKY or IIum.t4.! without our guarantee, and '
of cottonseed belt.r-half is ...bbe......." thought' mated that the Lecistatare. ought to.
In to. Importation what *-
cat know our guarantee meani
years but the decline! J .. t*.a more be world get the }oh. oa ale wife. He peeveat to some ..u.. organ,...u.aacI .-. you money
crashing' lades- propoo...... the _....,... but wse societies ...... the aolored people I wick it not MatiMfltMl. Could wu do more / Coino
..... to tee .
'daaJa food ... .... ,. **
surprised bear w. reply i Idoat : she fast that they
owlog u too
try by Increased. Importations l of flanseed how ...... It .. ........ you . t.o MX3 UH thl wcM'k and HCO a car of fine Males and
.,. the of trouble fed .
.. the Imports of ** lea means too s
sad rape ed. were bora that way.' I
r: the former having doubled sad those - I des ef aay ',.....1' to the raa. sad HOrr4tll.

a;; : _of the latter fcar'Bs' larr.*_4 by onewttata U. Oak .. hoed. to be la It. sad the eosasaaally"-Live Oak Dslly I>rr-. -.-- _. -
i ..lIIlaa.* a crack football ..... I oes1,
IIair4 two years'TriNe
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t -'Ii'L'---1'f.MwtWsr' T. Nov.Is" C.dptr IS*-ed.Charts* VLOCTABLL a11CIL1A1Hair /
r ry &e, ...... wasted for tie tstpM LLS Renewer
i +taaadear of WUUs aa4 rre4 CKr ar- ,

#A37M[ Tsmlsk aeer this stty oe Oet c. bfcb.daa twpcreioa for the b lr. Kcct>. the ..1r off aid .
sM!. afraid kae bees ...a tad kie IJenC.. aad prcvc prteJatT M the ends Cum daadruBT std
*. saUsnrtit la Xl'-'.. J',, al IUaorcs color to cray ttaif. .wYria:' r-- Gainesville Florida.
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-- -- .- =.::-::.=- MASTER'S
c-: : = -- :-- LEGAL ADYERTISEMENTi or f oreeJo
I and be ,,1rau.ol a decree *
Under and rendered m the ,.; of 0.IOber ..-

NEWS\ FROM ALL ute mode. 1\11. fy the How J. T. VVUta.Judtre
: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. the Circuit tWrt. Uwbtb Judicial of
county. IB a eer
Land omcl St G.lnUle. Fla. Florida.. In and for Alaehua pencS1lW. wherein
PARTS OF FLORID[ November. .. IMJft. lain chancery K. Mroome cause U complainant awl Susan

Notice H. b ret>r elves' that abe folio!"' UeoritP Jones U de'end.nI.. a* Special Master InCbaneery.
sawed settler bar Oleo noUoe of his. Intent will add ., public outcry to tbe
to make sisal proof In support of bi. btabest and beat bidder for eah before the
-. l.aI..Dd tbat _U1 I..oof11\ be made betRrgktter house door In the city of OatneaTiUeAlaebua '
; Brief Happenings From Various sad oeel..r .a Ga1Dea..We. Fla.. OD Court county. Florida.on Monday tbe 4tU:

Ibrember I. m*. via: day of December.! I**. between the Icicttl
Sections of State. IlavanT L TnoM4" ofVIUefood.. Fla.. hour ur aale. all toe r1 l ba. title the and Intercut de of'
In and to loUowJrm
NSf of Ne<4 & Sw)4) 01 Maid defendant ,
H U No. aoc 8 for abe lot. tract or parcel of land ua'l'd'
1! NeW (eo. *. Tp. 7 H.. R. IS E. aerlbei In Alaebua eounty. Florida tows
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENT He name abe following ..witnesses pro., !' TIle and North half of Lot No. ten (IO la .Section

-- 12. bheoalnuousreskiebee upon and cultivate, five <5>. Townablp ten .. of rum land via: containing eve (Ik* acre of land lea fifteen

Transpiring in "The Land of Flower. The I lnd You Have Always Bought* and which baa been Jamea I. H'_. C. C. William. J B. Jacaon. US: ) feet oft Kaat.! West and said North Lot jUde ofaame in5rown

Suit 1 1T Ihe 80 has borne the signature of K. T. Thomas all \VIUeford.. Fl* reserved for street .
Things; "Boiled Down" to In use for over yean ROBINSON. Resr'ater, '* Addition to OalDe.UJe.T..elher
W. O.
tbs tenementa. -
pa aa and singular
and baa been made under liLa peronal with
10 ,,
Items of Interest and appurtenaaoea to
Reader- hereditament
Its fnn- In anywise appertalnS -
caperTlalon since er. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the same belonging or
All Cia..... NOTICE
, ADOWDoonetodecelye7oatnthW.All DKKX: UNDER SECTION M OF CHAPTER: held' property to be sold to aat>afy said decree -

Four deer have been killed In the .1. Counterfeit* Imitation and Tut-4M-good are bolt 4MH8. LAWS or FLORIDA. and costa Terms' cash.CHRISTUPFIER.MATHESON.special .

olnlty of Gaudier within the last Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Notice) I* hereby given that Bell. Coco! .1\ Master in CbaD" r7.
r Co. a eopartaemhlp voropoaed of W. E Ue' U.
,.. Infant and Children-Experience against Experiment. N. U. Wade and Perry M Colaon. purebave.
of Tax Certiorate No. eft. dated abe Srd d., NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Live Oak ii tilklua. of a new opebouse. of July. A. O. ItaW. have aced acid. eertlBeaIn Oalneaville.Fla..

There are other cities' in need< CASTORIA toy office, and have made application t for Land Office October at IS. IWJfc.
What is i tax deed to baxie In aeeordanee with la'SaM '
of one. eertlUeate embraxie tbe following derlbed ...- Notice Ubere'by given that In eompUanee
property situated In Alaobua count,. with the provision of abe Act of Congreita of
s. Of the four murder and rape calk '. Castorla In a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare* Florid..lOwn.: June :a. inn. entitled "An Act for the sale of
defendants ar.all 16 N Sl of Ne 4 Sec. 16.Tp M). R. 15-HO acre Umber Unda in tbe State of California. Ore
on trial st DeLand the gone Drops and Soothing Syrup It Is Pleasant. Tbe said land being metered at abe date of .on. Nevada aid Washington Territory." aa
colored. other Narcotic lb. Iwraanee of auob oert! clue In the name 0' extended to all the public land Statea by Act
contains neither Opium, Morphine John Klannery.UnleoH of August .. 0!03. Thomas A. Tbompaon of
There I. not an empty house 10 nbstance Its age is it* guarantee It destroys Worm said eertlfleate shall be redeemed' i a 0' Wade county of Alacbua. State of Florida.baa .
deed will Ixxue thereon OD In tbla office bill sworn statement -
b ttordlo to law, tax thin day tiled
Starke fit to live la, and them I. a d.. and allay Fererlshne It cores Dlarrb a and Wind the ISIS, day of Oeeember. A.O. J9 ns.Wltneo No", s.4. for the purchase of the EH of
Constipationand my ofnvial l signature and seal Utbe NwX of S.cUoaNa :solo Townahlp No. 8 B..
S mand for more. Colle. It relieves Teething Troubles cured Ttb day of November. A. U. !<**. Karure No. 14 IS.! and will offer proof to show
assimilates the Food regulates the s. H. W1KNOES.t sought U mor valuable foe Its
that the contract 1 fa< Flatulency. It last the land
I It is Riven out Clerk Circuit Court Alacbua Co rla. timber or tone than for aitrlcultural: purpoaea,
natural sleep
the construction of the Miami troll, Mtomacb and Bowels., giving healthy and and to establish hU. claim to said land before
f. The Mother Friend. Ke cutter and Receiver a. Ualneaville. Fla. oobaturday.
line has teen Jet Tbe Children Panacea- NOTICE! OK APPLJCATIOX TAX the S3rd day of IJeeember.:IU06.
.. witnesses- E. A. Oateen.C. M.Beecb. .
The Leon county court! house ha. DtLOJ: John Uateen.James I!:. Oateen. all. of
CASTORIA ALWAYS 4>* recently with p.lnt. GENUINE Wtlleford.Fla.
been Improved
f adversely' the
Notice hereby irlven tbat 800l1l'IOOn"ond.. Any and alt peraon
both outside and on the interior. l"reb.1'II of a pai tof Tax Certltieate No.3oCO. .bo..e1Je.rlbeol. land are requested to file
yr a Bears the Signature of dated the Sib sic, of July. A. D 1".ba..t1Ied their claim In this office on or before said fled
Jacksonville! anxious: to have th.. aid certificate to my office, and have mooda day of December. HA.
llcatioo fur tax deed to bwue In accordaix I'd W.u. ROUINSON."' Retrlvter.'
woman as count' ai>i>
Governor appoint with law. Maid eertifloate embrace the f 01- - .- -

superintendent for schoola for Duvsl. / sowing described property situated In Alaebt
(, d :uunty.blurMa.tnwlt: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .

Richard Robinson a smooth I..lye Lena 3.and ft. block It.: Archer. Land Office Gainesville.' Fla..
The stall land being amneiiMed at the d.le..f October 10. 1UUS.
Oak coon Is under arrest charged/ the uf such certllloate la the nameFla. uf
'at.h he took to I Town Imp. Co. Notice la hereby given that In compliancewith
with '
walking a ef Conirreaaof
Unletw _eertlileate shall be redeemed the .ro"WulUlof
eordinir to law tax deed will IwMie thereon on June 3. IKTM. entitled "Aa Act for the axle of
look at.
BoughtIn &be I Ith day of Ueeember. A. D. IWA. timber land la the Mtatea" of California.. "Or..
Jacksonville will have a test case ot The Kind You Have Always Witness my omulal!!' Mirnature and Heal tbIbe gon. Nevada. and Waoblnicton Territory. aaextended
Tth day of November. A. U twttH. to all the public land i tatea by Act
the Jim CJrow street ordinance in tina II. WIENIES of Au gust 4. ,.....Joan D. Luther of OM flows

will be th. pd Clerk Circuit Court Alaohua Co..Via. county of LaVavette. State of Florida, baa
olt,. Andrew Patterson Use For Over 30 Years. thla day filed In this office his sworn statement
No. Sl I1. for the purchaae of She MwM of swig
candidate. rws. e.wvs.s--. -.....-. w.w vac- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX S_. 10 and NwVtof NwH of r-eatlon No. IS In
It court at Miami )Monds Townahlp No.I S..Raoire No.IS&.and will offer
county DEED UNDKR SECTION It OF CHAPTK proof to allow that the land sought la more
a woman named Jeanle Ranches ws. valuable for Its Umber or atone than for agricultural
...... LAWS OF FLORIDA. and to establish bin claim to
fined 9'JSQ: and eosts for selling liquu Nutlce la hereby' Blven that R. II Hrnlgscurobaer . said land before K..frlater and Hecetver' atUalneaville.

without, a license. - .--.- -.-------- ------- of a part of Tax Certiorate No. SMlated .. Florida. on Wednesday, the tTthday
the Sib day of July A. IK IW7.1 baa 1I1Od of December. IOU&
I The South Aeaeh Railroad on Ana. will bff the,, Florida road, .Jr.ad7; laid eertltieate la tnv office, and hi He name an wltneme-. Daniel Lancaster.
for tax deed to True I Ikeeordance ID John IHotian*. T. J. ioodwlo. James A. Barber
lv tssla Island will be in full operatioi there. Seaboard Air Line Live Oak. DRINO made appUeatlon with law. Hakl eertlHoate eaftra ,all of Old Town. Fla.A.y .

nest week, the work of repairing b Perry A Gulf and Atlantic Coast J..lne. led ea In AliM-bua the following county deorlbed'towit. : alt. )... above lenurlbed and all persons land claiming are requested' adversely to the file

hue rapidly pushed forward. A convention! of DibJa. students wit Lou" S. S. (. 6. e. 7. H and 9. Blofk .,. Archer. their claims In this office un or before said S7tb
Tile aald land belrur" aiweMMpd at the date of day of December.' ''''IIL
Heveral people were robbed at 'he' bt't' held at the Tamps Bay Casino freix he iMMianoe of such oertUloate In the name of 11 \V U. ROlit?SON."' ReirUter.

( Jingling Uros. circus In Ja."on..llle. November 24th to 26th. Rev. O. T Laxative Fruit Syrup .rl.. Town Imp.eertlOcate Co.Unlenaaald ahall he redeemed a".

: on Wednesday and several article. Kussel! of Allegheny. .PH.. will dellvei to law tax deed' will Issue Uiereun on BILL FOR DIVORCE

event found oo the grounds. his great .sermon "1'011.11 and Back; Pleasant to take ,he I lib day my of omelal tMteember.hrnature A. It. IMA.Wltnea and. seal. thlhe In the Circuit Court Eljrhth Judicial Clreult..
Florida'-In Chancery.
n A. U I"'WOo l lH. Alncbua County.
& A party of Orlando hunters went to during the meeting.! Tho new laxative. Does tub day of November.. U. WIKNUKS. Muln VI Teuton v.*. Tbomaa J. T .&.oD-IM-

Alacbua &; Fla.. vorce Order' Publication.It .
Circuit Court 0.
.i Jtpoplra marsh, and whit they wer The fountain In hemming I'ark at not gripe or nauseate. pot ai'iiearln by affidavit appended to the

:! sway from camp after game some ontote acksonvlll rolls" |..rd OH VtMneday| ,. Cures stomach and liver tollllll.--IID the....>ve stated ca_ that TtMWaaa
="*'OTH'K': OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .I therein named la
the tent and the whole outfit. itst as the park attendsitl bad com. Don-reMldent the State of "'oid..noS laareolclent
stood fat troubles and chronic constipation UKF.D: ITNDKR !SKCTION' .S OF CIIAI'TF.le of tHferman., ami I Is over tbe age
The Hoard nt County Commission mrnoed to dram It. It has at Iernty.-ooc year. II.* therefore' ordered
by restoring the (-. LAWS OF FLORIHA.N .ulent. defendant" be and be talerehv
fur th. but the heat front the bile hat aak non-re-
Uscambla county massy years
? __ srrsof the "' ..tle. I I. hereby given. that J. J llarmanimrfhaMer required to appear to the Bill., Complaint
of stomach
first time In three month. on Tuesday. Ire lo 1901 damaged "it considershle. natural action .. of Tax Certificate No. lir;.. >iatehettthdav .. n'.n\: In asks oaue. ..n or before Monday.he .
1. of July. A. II. ! t owing' to the Interference'! of Jellov In the circuit court at Live Oak on liver and bo w c ..erUn".I" In row timer add hi.< mete. ai<|>ll.*+ii. rise. the alleiration or salt MU will be taken

colored preachers had a For Hale by J. W. Mci'.llusn Jr. < o. "lou had tax deed to 1 lv>ii.. In a.eonl.nce wltb .% .nf.-.I by said defendant.It .
Jack. 'I Tuesday two .. III.. Said. eertliloate emhraceo the 'ullo..ln., III! further ordered. u.." this order' be publah -

The Live. Oak Publishing Co.. recent mat amusing sealer, Both liaJ been emi ritM t |e"l'enr. situated In Alacbua coin ...l (nee week for lour conitecutlve. weekan
Flurfala. low It. The Ualnenvllle Sun a newf>|>ai er publiabedn
!17 burned out. Is, to have a brand tie I fired from the church where each triedto GEO.S.IIACKEIT&SONMANUrACTCTItKK5[ ; Ui'..tBl.HAw: See. 1. TP. II. R. "--l'"> acre.. truthand each accused 1h*> aakl land ...,_ a.. _t at the date. uf |5155.!
(f $I8.0UO outfit when The Daily Demo expound. the he. t-u.nee..r such certificate the name olennlmr s H4T.VlK.NiiK. ... Clerk Circuit Court.

will have, nil uew clothes. Suecesi the other i,f many crimes. Judge .l',,1.' Of 1. ami I. Co.Unleiw << A true'coley .>f orlirlnaleaiJ
oral atd cierllticale shall In- mlecmedonltnif .- I *- H' M "WJK.NUr 1erk rirou't Court.
to them.W. mer got dl'lIuH..d and referifd. thelustier ... tn law tax deed will N..ue thereon 01IM J. M HI V sol"r. for Compl

F Slate's AtUirney.Quite SSiRS > mh: day of No.emlwr. A. II IMA.Wltnew .
H. Ja k..n of .:..''n.ton sent sow to the s DIII : my official KUcnaiure" and seal till.
stick trick was tried there a I'lie SMhday of 0."..,>..,. A. l> '\.OW\. 4OTICK: OF APPLICATION: FOR TAX
Fair that a 2 alf1Q'wsal 5VlI '
ease tu the Slate was growr S.' II. U tr.N IKH.ii :' .
lies under culliva. few hut did unit *.ocrrd well : I Clerk Circuit Court Alachua. l'... FlarOTICK
,; on land that. Its* days ago, ) 4t1J; et1y ._. LAWS OF r.'lflll.\.

slots H) years. lie also sent a water. : I.1 Htarke A plituaible. young man 1 Notlee U hereby firro. that J J. Ilaytaana.urcba .

4 Itielon along. visited the. different hiiine. utTxiluK tu = '' OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .. .er uf Tax CertlncaesNu.9SF.wo.mlno ..
free of 'x IhO SECTION.: *. OF CU.(I'T".JC .. u-3 dated the and: clar o' .l.ilr. A. D. .
1 of their' photos DKKU CNttKR:
Herbert Clayton.. a Stetson Unlver. enlarge any one fW..rr sled said certtncate In my 10m.,.. and baa
: After securing what orders eca t-. LAWS OF FLOKIUANotlee 01..1. sM'Ucation fix tsx deed to ...... ID _
& city' football pl.y.r. received such i. charge. ::; A '..ont..e with I... 5aklecrt1doatesewbrae.
fiilluwrtl,. U hereby .t.,." that I. u. Morperurcbaaef
h. could/ another one o 'he fo4k..I d.acrlt.e5 property ".ituaseda
the back of the head I that I"' i
blow In of Tax Certiorate No. 3ni dated tbib A laebua. county. F7.wda. taws. :
took four doctors tu restore hint tu 'ina frame for their pictures at a fsccy V F.r. day of July.. A. U. IWT. ha tiled aM ceracate NSt ,.r Sae' .. ".res.' L Tp. 01. It ttsaereaSwy
that pie.ture la my otlkt. and has made a1M' of tiw'. -I..e.. II. Tp. 1' 51, utcII aerea
and ..ure.l them ou *
consciousness. price, a *5wM.B ,.. tax deed W*...... In, aCeewdaK c with law !- of Ne'4 "be.-' I1. TR .Sy. IL ISfO ..r_
would be( enlarged uDI.... a frame S... e.rtlB..*te> embraeeo the f"U<>*.lii., a*- I.... .. M_. It T1 11. k. !3. ...scree
A stag party of Miami young Moodi, !' _. rtbed |rty situated la A.aobua: rouotrkMtda. The riot land ...Inar .+,c.s.d at LM data e; ,9}
wa. bought. and Building Material bitwlft : 'he iMuan of such vertiaealeala the MameofII
tin s
lime. ,
went up the river for a I of ,, .>.. L 3 *. ISovk n Archer.Tbe i, U. liar.",. "-. II. lloylea. llennlatc L. a Sat. (. ,
J. Y. McKinney.t superintendent __I at the date olke .
return trip I. \\'. harper, who ws.. **Jd land bvlatf e.a and fnkauwa1'nlewt
Protective Fruit .\.Mlatloii atOaiullrr. CIIAUL.KSTOK.H. C. .. twuonce* nl _a erUMcale IB tbe nao said rerttneateaahan berecl.....a..
etrtclly in Is. threw one of the yuniif'': of .,.. Town 1.,... Cu. II ..onltfwtolaw. tax d.NIII Urge tbereoa 041n
'nnstruc."l4'd" machine to.pray ...., eertUteate shall be> r.deerocd ae .
lia a Untew
e Hitbdar uf November A 1J.
"" '"l\ow.o..rtMl.J.\ Sash Weights Cord Hardware ...i.rots. to law. tax deed wU I WHI* thereon, oadav I II \\ linvw mf iWBelai aUrnaiure :: seal this -rot or-
It consists, of a gasolineengine U lt* l "\
the West .end groves. I ,..* %" of Noveiaber. A. 'be Palk cI.7 of ih u sir. A. l> 195.l
The lalniters on Key mounted on a \VI IM M .s .. n.>'lal kWaalur* and teal tlvUteSPVhtfar + IENUEH.
and force
.>f the t (\Mt eBtenainit had pump, ..A.N"DGL.A..SS ... wf ikdtatoer. .A.. M l> lee WIFNUPO.c.rk ."d I Clerk rireult"," Co. C.a.
wagon. and will pray 'nor trees .t a I
ettike a few d.! ). MIIO. They In.I"fllha. j one-half of the I ..1 Circuit hart Alaebua Oo.. Fla.

.. she ewmtitiissry! dish U|. thr. time sod.aere about __.___ ------ i rOTICB: or A'"L'CATION FOR TAX

spray aterlJ that has heretoforetaken ': OK APt' ATtOY tl'R TAX horsy 'SUt.a; SRCTION or CHAITKU4AJW.

.....1. a day, and won. to do the .uslr amount of workIt E. M.. HACKER Proprietor OTICK UF.KI: UNUK1 MKCT10N a OF CH A IT KitvV ,' LAWS OF EWRID.t. '

Fruit !;,o".r..t Altamnnti* Sprli..i. does the work in, a thorough manner .. ---- -- .. s..,,,,". I* hereby .1..... tat I). U reaatev.rel .
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allow their oranges to bshipped . -- ---- -- --- -- LAWS OK rLOKIUA.NnUre I ... ,_ev of Ta* Certtneate N... .. .
refuse and Is a terra to the mauj insects. thatinfest NOTICM or APPI.IOATIOX rOK TAX I* berebr .1.,.. that J J. Ha,aaana.trohaMr ...tied the 4tb dot of Jui, A IX ,-. baa
I until,, rip They. want tomaintain citrus trees.Ouilty : nisonos S or CMAITKHUAWH "f Tax rUMate No Itf! dated .led Mid certiorate la *UT ttfllee. aad *ri-
fur IICRI) u"'tHIK r fed 4.1 of A A. It sell. baa Ort ..atUrrtutcate I rte sifOcaldoa for tat deed u* !- ta aeta -
q their reputation wf murder. In the first d.. ...... Or ,. r h .. vAre. ..d baa -aj. aitMWaIMI I, esisneewith lot. Stahl ren.deatembrw.a 1j

C out the finest, Florida! fruit hereby , that Jao. K. Iwfaat. .. fur tax deed to!- ta aeetinlatieo with I ,..' f.dstwlat. drrihefee1.'etI .'_a..d"
go'. was the venues of the jury In theca 2'loU.. "..., .... N.... ala5M .... Sabot eerti>.at. eaabraee* ta. ItitMmlti A aaa eoaaiw rVwtala. tnwitiii
.. .. Tarn
.. of .
ypr ..... .
ii i "Jl
The paw paw Southern: .h'lands I the who da, e4 At* tWO aerlbe.tsecrerte Mtaated ta Aracaua vvaa- I I 14 'ii1 a -to Mk'DIWII'9.
', .o of sin Jaekwsu negro .. ta* We. a4MM -h! .. aakl laaa bia am-nd at UM> ..... 04he
. .*! .n 4fle*" la any o I) FWirMa *" .
of thai BJeA a
entirely ditlerrnt from the fruit ' brutally murJered his wife at t.1: M aiU.,aUo* for tat weed W Mae \a l..5.4 N." tame. II Tt tl H" *t a.sirs.rt. > sawaa..e or Such renlnest. La IM aa.wl's.
sold In the. North It aomewhai' anede bald _u..... ear ..... M. ...... --.I a t tb. .., .,
name vllle ...,.. years: ago The negro wastried ee.Wsse..ita. .......'- d..rv1tW1 ........n. ..w110. ,.. _._0' .tae II emtUae.l.Is tam __ ofwiit I seal **rtU at* abafi 'be tt',l essuaseedtsw
resemble the ('.....lolul'.. ,. nearly ai. Uednvs.tsy twa. (t1.ra$ town ...asad i- ..... 1 re..less Mlaw. gas deed wUl ., .titers
t at $Augustine.; d : s." : ,:= N.111. w ': '. 1l ,'.. .... _.....,. ...a:1; ... frdMRN I- the as day o* tss..maev'A. I IV .. la
large, and I. food tit for the gods convincing N.S of ..... tie1e t I itaw>wiv oatetai Ma'Varvr ss4 real IJ1/.
and the evidence was so ..... tse4 tW.... .--- 5i a'" 4a Os w. M' decal ue taervua ra
.--.... IS .... aria.1 ../ ,.. a..dar at %.._-..*. A IX I55eila..a.t 'f u. 3la* .., wf (Iv'u>>*f. A. Ik ha.s. .>
,, 1:. s.. Ilrewrr. who has a. farm on shy. that there was not the slightest, hope 1- vr. .e.C oMelttl a*.*at.rv %.. way ,.. I I !t. w IE:
F I dgrewf the Kverglade: in Dade rosin. I..t even mitigating the erl.,.. No ,... .' Ua\*.tin's.s..d..vtlae.s..a.I law 1.a.I..d .*W*-t.w*.*.*.*.>.-*aKoedwM .-* \M !..1 wf Oeiooer;.A H U WII.Nura(1Nh talk I ,..I_-CVe.. Orelt Wart Ataeava Co..-*1a.ADMINI .

i 4 ty Is .h I 11'1''"': tout of thlitest ommenOatlou mercy accompanied M. ts5* dal U ur tUesl.b.r. A. Q P.Wlaae..t ..'i. _.. teed "" CMU'eII i art A'I I I .TKATRtX'it" XOTICC.
egg plants' you will tied, in the verdict and tbe death perslty will t \M 1115 dsl e"""Mtrear.s A. P eaales. T.* tW ...._ l 'rate.*. DUtra..t
d.,'. valk It averages 1 13 1.1" crate no doubt be Imposed.Man's : u.. w Oa. na.. UTICE or APPIJCATTON lUll TAX .1a.. r ftate A. ... Hrvaa. ..4 vaAO

I .I .... Cteem CleeaU hail Areas !F.r.l' cxur- CRCTR'N OK CHAPTCMKLOSUItA PMwaee Maoaa tata Nttlr.Malto.. ,
S. Hre... Flondi ....a:
< :The Defuniak' warns able. ... TOIL TAX j I
Urrea.o *> loner or APTUCATIOX: IW'I u" YAW that Uj aa Mtke after"

farmers iu reference to caring hay. It I as .O IILD'.. Hut UEJCU CNDCX tUC"OM:: s or CHAI'TU JII i..sae. Y .. .w* ti.| .a that. Mr. An.(5.Ia. .. u... art sa'.uwa.i W8 a.. 1. aa ........ .
Is often as irvat . .. ... >&iratniof the _.*.. w( A t, twT-. dws..m
clangs native hay. I. as good. a tlxbest *. or no ui>A. a aa.ehaaer of TJmt t .r* e.. 3h.d '
LAWS .. 4
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,f The Re .. .m ..-* be the Haw. ... U. Isaac,
Thos. S. .Austin manager .... Ye .....,., A tlaA tea _....A sad '
locally but a great, tbrl w. J.tvwS 0. "..... M .... la .....
from any $..... Ia" b.vMr gtt.a 1aea5 J wt .-. baa amarl* ....s.. seta AMes..wsty $ I
.. loss d, was Nw 1511. 4.5.4 t ., ___
pubKcau of l. __ ef Tea tJ.q'W.t. Mad W ..wr4am.lSaM of YL.1Ca -- a. .et sdsaaa
Jea.1 Tlt I. overrlp. lousily cured. 01 C .... w sled .... tee la -.e.: i ... .. .
b he refused to ... .w a.. oe .I-. Y. A. U l = .e.S sSe In. f.'hf...: "' saw /aKatrt (iz tea shy
fallof sand.Charles not unreasonable. aches ........... t. Ws ..... W ... .... _5 I ., eeW'.rtr wlr.ted V A...tae Io.a hw.mldseaag." w ease5 ad-..............
I allow the doctors to operate oo histfe u.a f.. tea .... 1. h..r. M ...Wsrd.srslea rvs. law : ... alATTUt .. na1fAK: .
Brown of Heltevlew died st, "lostesd." be'says. '' w. k..d ---.- ....-..........rowwts.e.. V !a* t. *:4 1. :a.a T ...w. t aaar L t.. "*earle.iaV5ar4.' IK* Kas*.. *f A K. arras ,
far female le ,
r .--..a..d was.e\. rt.M.d t. /1, 13 asst l4 &1_. l A__ a Adam - r. --- --
his hom. To.....' lie went tu Orals eobCtud'U: tu !CJe, .tri4l u r i. w.e-. ::,: : 1Y..1w, .
we ..IL------ .' "' t'UCP
'Uwt M acid :!C wN.e's ...... tkTRs1a a. *.*. auas Swttktmf ra .. 1 1
Blled oo wafooitd .. 11.v..s4 '
4. Matarday, up :Hitter' My wife was. then, so sack .... | .. w... saw.r s < >* ..raia.>n ** '"-ro M gte.. that sh.c t5. aa/....
the roaJ.iJe la an uneotveetoos '. ha :: 3aMi..a : z'. ... rylabs.
by beet and five&' (I) on"M A ta. Sees .re.rdr. la '. hli
I leave her
could hanly
,t, re.siaedTerry. "r ..&a'...d a. r Newt aaas rrt.eesa. aaai. >. .., I I .... m w M M. SL.I
eondltioM. lie mater : pbfsieisBs, had failed 10 relieve her. j+ Casa. ta+a. ...... .- w ....._ V* ._ tat *...< ... ir.... awl L. ..Nit )...... ., A.eawart. : _..
4 .lad I."., Lsa 4..4 wis ... IIIIL ... its d.i.e A n J4a' .,. .. ass sr ..., 5v _... M ....- After lalteg KUxtri. IU tiers she was | ... f***. car ad *___. A. ... ..... IMe __ .. serifs .reaM_ asd ..a taM .. Idestarw d1W a.weiWr
1M CIOU.t.I of Taylor. cad. now per fora ] wisa..r .n.rl --.w. ' .....lad eat eI \___.. .. U 1.a t w.. nJroUn' '
|.rfectr: cured can '... iliac daf .. "w.a ;: ti.ale'telt/t: .. .. H w az_" I A"a4 :... Ilk Ha__ i7rOal.
.,uuly. wilt not rest until J tkey beesWar I..n her household' 4.t.*.. .- AJ .....V.. rte- '" c.ra: LL'ea::. .. ,lac ........ .. 11. ire'5

railroads "0.,1.. lh r*. Ttej teed all drvK&tsts., I"/i. iCc. :...l Oeft (.b $o-n .d


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} Miss' Tebeau's Government Office Net Turning Out
a. Much Work.
SHEETS EXAMINED ) Washington. Nov. 17.-Acf'ni'! ? Public! Pi11a

Boarding and Printer Ulcketts. In an luivi dew pub.1IshN .

today says:
Hearst's Lawyers Fro tested a Dav School Judging from the volun'<' of work

now being turned out at tlf': govern,

Number of Thorn. No. aw Wen Male S,.. s.. meat printing office economy ban

( CAIXKSVIUL.K. - FtA>UIDA truck the go'ernnu'ntruut.'nt:

CONTEST FOR THE MAYORALTY hard.V are! now printing about a* III.Miles'
Ic Slut Session Opened ranch stuff as wo did live 01 fix >-"'arago. $

The Board of Canvasser Allow No On*. ( September IStli. 1H)5 The amount has fallen off groaty
,. vwE within tlio last. three ni..ntft\. and
But Themselves to Handle Sheet
___ _u _ _ during my connection with the! offlu'
One District Show a Gain of Seven has never been at so low a point u:
TtLe.: ,
Votes for Hearst. now.

New York. Nov. 17.-The original EL DORADO CAFE off Mr.In requests Rlcketts to attributed printing '.'Mr. tie; falllns Inltu. Dr. Anti-Poln PUla

tally sheets In New York's recent ence of the president an.j he ttftrrruination ,
kI Cure Headache
orally election were opened maY'1 'Iean1iupt! In footing a Feature. of the beads of r rhi, department v
the board of county canvassers.W. !' to cut down the printing billy "
:Almost instantly and leave no bad
R. Hearst's lawyer protesfTJ; Everything in Season Cooked to Order which Jiad gf wn to enormous proix f ,
eight of the lint thirteen sheets taken tlons. ] effects. They also relieve every other
from the envelopes because they were *. Mr. lllckettH thought the Invr I.a. pain, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Fain, Sciatica "

found to differ from th returns: on tlon of the Keep commission and that Backache Stomach acho Ague
COFFEE the Best. .
which the count electlnlr./ McClel moro recently the La nil Is coinmltto-
Paius Pains from injury Bearing--
Ian mayor was based.In PRICES IEASON.titi.E. who had much to do wllli the ,pow rxIstlng ,
one election district Mr. Hearst !: conditions.It down pains, Indigestion, DizzinaoaQW ?

was 'found to have seven more votes WEST SIDE SQUARE, has been necensnry In Monte Instances Nervousness and Sleeplessness
than were counted for him. to lay off employes of the of
lab West Main Street. S.
In the thirteenth election district of fire who were working temporarilyThis
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the first assembly district the tally with nick leaves, has reduce. the

sheets showed that twenty-nine votes force, nnd there are perhaps" teas mn
missing/ from the published count. It and. women at work In the Printing
was not stated which candidate these office" this month than at any other

uncounted ballots had been cast. 1ULF HAMMOCK: .'1.\. time for several years. :'01 r. lUckettg

The board of canvassers allowed no -- said It did not look as though It woulj yeslt.r +

one but themselves to handle the tally, Paradise for Hunting and Fishing be- necemory to employ many extra
sheets. Counsel for both Mr. Hearst printer this ,.lnte1'.
and Mayor McClellan were allowed to
TM. betel Ut under now management ant
read all the sheets without touching: will open October l.'. iw*.for the winter l neat WOMAN AWARDED BIG ALIMONY All Pain isPain ,
them. Comparisons were confined to cx-omnHhlktlon.Pine t> !'liu1ln_' "deer. --
turkey, and .maUR+me. Y.xceUea' U blnn and
the votes cast for mayor romptrlller bo t* for aocommcMliitlon of tfuesut. GulUea Important Decl.lon Is Rendered by an Nerve
fur bunting and tutiioir pmrtle.
and president of the board of ader Ohio Judge: -Lawyer* Get 6000.
I For rate and aeeomroodtUuns addreaMRS. Pain (Is to follow strain or weeks....
men. Cincinnati Nov 17 -Deciding that
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I LOULA THOMAS. ITuprteue Influence upon the nerves. It may be cad. by
Sluggllsh Liver a Foe to Ambition. Ou....U.AMMOCK. L.BVT Co.. FUA a separation was warranted under<< all overexertion heat, intense mental effort, ...... itrdigestion s

You accomplish muchIf .- ----, the circumstances alimony to the: or any cause that depresses, srsrits SAT +
very amount of $:i50 a month and attorney agitates the nerves. So sensitive are thtytkat_ _
liver is inactive, feel MR. GRAVES IS PLEASED. ..
your as you fees of COOO.. were ordered by Judge least pressure or strain causes au eria.. s.slta
dull, ;your eyes are heavy and slight James U. Swing In this city today in in g, strengthening and quieting the asrv. D&. x
exertion exhausts you Orino Prominent Citizen of Quincy Mich., I Miles ills relieve Us .....
tive Fruit Syrup stimulate the I Expresses View of City. the suit of Mrs Madden fur alimonypending They are told by druggists, asa be I .. trds. .
the decision of Oe Kentucky
La.a-I bsawal
that the *w _
I the visitor to
and bowels and makes feel Among prominent
you courts on the suit for divorce between refunded. Never sold in balk. .. S
and active. Orinu Laxative Gainesville is II. A Graves, a leading John E. Madden and herself. The all. MILES MEDICAL CO. >ia1 ri
Syrup doe not nauseate or gripe" and business man and agent of the United'
moray 1. to be secured to Mrs.: Madden , .
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very pleasant take. Orino I I. more States Express Compsny of Q'lluey, permanently! but the Ohio court hold

effective, Ulan pill or ordinary csth"r- Miehlgsn. that the children' are within the Jurisdiction
tie*. Refuse substitute J.V.. MeCollutn Mr. Grave I. a aon-in-law of Prof
of the Kentucky court and that
A. Co.Neither J. C. Smith of this city, and eame hereto the Ohio court cannot decide as to

visit Prof tiinth. He I I. well pleated their disposition. It is further decld klIzz

Duelist Was Injured.Sidney. with what he has seen of the oily, and ed that Mrs. Ma Jen'a bona fids real I: : cx'poa: > 'sat.O.I

N. S., Nov. 17.-News hat took occasion in a visit to The Sun dence Is In Cincinnati and that she
reached here from St. Pierre, office to .compliment the people on could therefore maintain a suit tordhor''e
Attram of Title and full Information furnlshe' regarding land la tie'
yesterday that a duel was l\ltlJUClon'l their thrift and energy.Mr. In the Ohio courts which ha.eJurl.dlctlon .
fought between Louis considerable real county. Our manager has lived In this county thirty year au4I '
owns In tier case. I I. thoroughly conversant with land title. / '
, Capron former chief estate Wlldwood{ and expects in a Judge Swing belle e.1 a reconcilla' .

Island. The weapons uaed are said to day or two to visit that town. From tlon was seemingly Impossible, and 4

nave been pistol and the distance 45Daces. Wild wood he will' proceed to Tampa. therefore a separation was warranted. E Eva LE.

Neither party was Injured. where on Tuesday. night he will attendthe and the wife's support Imperative. .

The duel was the result of an old election meeting of the Sbrln..,.. lie is a FIRE ACOIDKNT. HUKCILAUY AND INDKMN1TY INHUKANOE. ReI''' r.

feud. gentleman of pleating add ness, clever Worm Destroyer ranting a number of prominent Am r>fOn and English companies,
URAL ESTATE ANI CITY LOANH.C3re3fcdja.owxyd.aJLo .
and sociable and has made
many White's Cream Vermifuge" not only
Reduction on Cotton Tariff. friends' here who will regret to see him t :: : t B'los-idle
kill worm, but removes the mucous
Toronto. Out. Nov. 17.-The tariff leave. _____ -______ and slime In which they; build their

commission considered a variety of application The Exact Thing Required for Con nests; It brings, and quickly, a healthy

, yesterday largely of a per. stipatlon. condition of the body, where worms THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO Inc.KMTAIIUMMKI
Bowl character. A reduction In the "As a certain purgative and stomach cannot exist Bold by W. 11. .Iuh".uD. .

duty on white cotton from 25 per cent purifier Chamberlain' Stomach and - .. ......
to 14 per cent was asked by the Onta ; --- fir
Tablet bft the exact thing The question
Liver seem to
rio Cutters* association. The American Renders reliable services of every ort along the line of
Walt Paper company pressed fora required, strong enough for the most Tee of Title the lAnd Till.. In the Htatf nf ritirlda, parileularlyAlaohna
reduction hi the tariff. robust, yet mUd enough and safe for sew.......e.e.Ml-..._. '.bees eounty d
- - children and without that terrible plea lu r.rry'. first .cousid .
so _common to most porga* eada tb klad Iliad ewee f.U. K.'r.t''.U.TIr.H. ......r.w..r nte! | Tat Male $eereh.e/.
CASTORIA.r tlvee.'rav. R. I). Webster Co., Udnrs, .ration: for Allrf'tlta fee X Resident Lead Ownrr_| Plat ., i'.wMtle ,
Ontario Canada. For sale by' all drug FERRYSS44D4' T. .. .
the Investor ,
Infanta and Children.. gists __ 1 J Jati.

Tlw KM YM HITS Atop Besgbt 1 Roy Run Over and Killed. Vlrt" National liana of (Oalnelll II Y.

Atlanta( Nov 17 -Whllo attempting bas.1 .s taen.a.wd a se r..faTbSJ Dutton A Co., Hankers. 41
Bears theelgastsro are wet as se.rt..err.MI.ld A
to cross the street opposite the home br all d..3.ra lee.loved
of of his parent. David Robinson tae 3 ......,...V." Ut...atae.D. -- -- -

year-old son of Morris, ItnMnson. of lit
Foetball Is aarrecL Pie J moat avenue waa ran over and -...... ,. G. S. MERCHANT CO.
killed by a coal wagon drive) by Jim ,
Baa .... Calif, Nov t7.-The stn- Kitchen a nesrro. who works for J .
--- - - -- -- Ketaller and Jobbers la ,
dent body of San Jo e hULk school W. "'JUI.. It I. said that the decro

.. ylelded yesterday to tN a 1tattoa was driving a doable team at a gallop
",;G :.agalaet football aa 'r",l rbarrtag the game anlll more strict heavy coal' wacoa sad kaocked down PJ Staple Fancy ,

=: .1 lw are enacted. Every school la and run over the little. child 414 ant

ouatry aaa abea ...s football b*.1 stop until ala bov .s were brought to ll5lllwnDTlORCEecaU86 Stain, fitrden. Seed and... FarllUzars.
teas. of tae. oealh of Ctaroe C. Va.Hokeles ., a tan4tl44 by rltl.*n*. The aecro was
from lajqrtea nx..lved. |I. s' taken bold of but later ree.le
pore a week ago laat Saturday bowvem before the pollee arrived. o* they are the tilt Highest market prie paid for Ch&&......, E... aad other !*rus'aA ..
The sea Joae sad Saata Clara I the sceae.

tP sefcooU I In tbo land'for the money !
HeM White .InCharlotte. P. .
-- - - -- ey esq.
I Oatnp>%*. stx<.k of hay Corn Oats. rVtur. It ran. Meal, OoUow f .ed Mealad
; N. C., Xov 17 "JoasTaoioas Ask your dealer for the By., W. kabdte olv. lb. VKKY HKlfT goods at she LpW.LIrT .
. Gold Store sad nia Mania. sK O .....e PKfCrJi. aa emtaty, Botttb. Oarolli. were. .,.,...t..a "Sunny Jim Shoo anti in.that .
5 Lad take to TUa I
t Is !" beet method. by whleh.tfc* pro4 UaHe4 Mate Marshal A. t. follows on frettint: i it. u..'rA11L.Iali saD s of meats ... Have t*. as takers .
I' a charge oC aoKlag a. wlt. bey
car. .f T0IA9O9B>.
ars| ntsa' gw Watt la TIM
ICE COXrA5T : twlsssrs were taeo4 *ja4.r fits. Was] H.F.DUTTON&CO.
Has she. -N- ...-pUt. Pleat IB Ost.i V, Catted Mat. OisassUiIss K. .
teal Florida. std ib. praa'sw r &I e PATENTSD -.JjEALE'UIIN- t
.. fear 1U.. ...
.... /w
r\-'1.. )ladesW..e1INt >tea fay.

........p ... tearsstef..t ..' sa1YVe. .'eYMaM..w- Ise da.asasM': Sea, Island CottOrl. _
....., )I.... ........d' N.w.Igte __ a.-.e.+., .-
t; tali' ....... *as al* b.. ......... .......u... ....... ... ..stasispowa ,....- see= -t I
........d..r ---- -- Bpu Inland CotUm Ho. l. Bagging and Twine. Wnlrua
Ice Cota.I yheid t. ... ............ iv .....-........._ V" "
Dtaacad Be.1.IartI.a .... UaI..L J. ...... ens _....... ..... ---. [>?ath.?r In BtrlpM or Hid.....
.. ........
m. B.uy171Ga1'O' rg.G..Ci.1e1iW ... .. . .
_,a M Pe stones ... basses,. .Ma1as11lrT..,..... .

t THZ ALICBCA:: ICZ COVTAST.AVa.rkM aad shwb.d. .... .....W.4 lie Yanulacturent of the} Jamcn Dolfj Improved Engllnh
Ma1I4 ........ .
p..esw. *y.d I. eM :
n-w.. .Q sh. trstrt,. ... ..gaab SWIFTS Sea Ltlan l Cotton Gin. and SuppltaH for &UJJe.

R WU1 are pot n r.... N ... ..... ,....... ..a.w ...aatlat tI. .wi FLORIDA. USA
,, ........ 1.-" ...... as.............. ..,..-. GAINESVILLE, .

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8 -- ,
a oro I :m: LO'Vu
r John Bartleeon and party of Jack- Jerry Wells: proprietor of the Well
Parties visiting this city from i In PIMPLES
NEWS OF CITY AND berry state that a protracted meeI'o1 son vi lie are spending a few days a, I Che House at Worthington Springs was FRECKLES

has been in progress at thai plac 10 old Hall homestead at Kaoapahi ,,- the city yesterday ::1.D.: ::10 D&\Y" urge
the delightful autumn we.lbel'. Albert Weber of North Gainesvil
the Methodist church for the past teo Joying
COUNTY CONDENSED days. Themeetiog.wblch doted 1'.. N.41. Green of Branford was In I'lae desires to thank those who aisisted la ''NADINOLATUE

day, was in charge of R..v.. Mr. Oul. city yesterday and done business a,'be the music at the anniversary part.
,. and also all who lent their aid to make! COMPLEXION BLAUTIFIER.TrC .
General Interest Oath- pepper of Ueorgia Many seces.k United States land office. He .eeu1
Hatters were made to the church, and alto- a 10O-aere tract of land. L. F. F.too the occasion such a happy event.

ered by Our Reporter gether the meeting proved most .0- of Wannea also took op an SO-.ere For Bale or

joyable and beneficial one. Mr. (001. trace In the west end of this county hotel property in Chicago Fine )Inca

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS pepper will spend a couple of weeks a' Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, sister of w. tlon. Party desires to come to Florida -.

o High Springs, where he will .onduo W. Ashley of The Son office, arrived In and will sell or exchange for FlorIda

What Has Happen.dand What la Oolns services In the Methodist church. the city yesterday from a summer .1.1, property. Address 174 Oakwoo..

Told In Short P..paph. A letter from Prof J. "H. Brinac la Michigan Mrs. Smith expects 10 Chicago. d8w2

ta Happen Read.. formerly of this city bat now of Win. make Gainesville her permanent home The barber shop of O A.Singletar,
Runs May
8. That "He Who icr Park, where h. holds the .e.pon.l. and was glad ta return and enjoy .he Grant Player and Chas. Benson opea--

It In Th. Sun. "ble p'.Iloft of profeseor of the cmercial fine weather we are now having. 8be ed up the toarttt trade on Saturday traising rt

JFrom Frl laJl'. Dally Sun. i department of Rollins Colluirects <. will atop at the home of Mrs. McOi40O ,.-, the price of shaving to 15 een'.

Dr. M. H. DePaas of Archer was 10 that The Son be changed from East Main street North. for all. Of course a good shave I. i

': the alty' yesterday. Gainesville to that pl.c.. Prof. Brla-. W. O. 'fII..lerof Wan nee, who U .n. worth the money 0

Timothy Bailey of New berry. Is In 'he son states thus while he disliked t.e" gaged with L. P. Walker In cottar. Robert Elll. who is now stopping iDo ''

city attending eourt. much to leave. Gainesville. lie Is ..". growing in the west end of the eooni' ned In, HlUsborough county, I 10

John Cook of Alaohna was a basin" comfortably situated In his new hom, waa la the city this week, accompany sending his subscription to The Sue, HADINOLA caL

visitor to this city ,..c.r< went of Bolllna College Is ftoorl.hla.) Wheeler have gathered O'f"er that tourists .
they and
Packard of Windsor' waa transi says crop ia moving vary fast . SATINOLA. .
there being an attendance of chl..c, of Sea Island colton .n4 numbers.J. .
.OOO pounds
arriving in large >> The nme
business In this ally yesterday. are No change 'IB formal or peekajr'
lag per cent more la this department 'b.o he crop Is very' good. He is of tb. only has been changed to avoid eonf_-. as
of Orange Helg'. 11'. Donaldson of Monteoaba;! a
Mrs. Chas. Eddy ever before. opinion that short cotton would 1 be we cannot afford to bare ISO valuable pr.para-

was shopping In the oily yesterday. A telegram received yesterday by J. about aa profitable at the presprices veteran. of the Seminole and Civiwan Jon confused with may other).

s Oeo. P. Morris of Waldo was a bur U. Manning at the home of whom :I. i as the long staple, as it will pro. waa a caller at The Son ofSc old L rVTAUIKOUA l t>* refunded U In guaranteed.every flue and when moose U fans will

w ness visitor to Gainesville yesterday Cubbage, lb. night watchman ..aKeUe duce more to the acre with less e.' yesterday. He I. a very agreeable of tb. ,o remove freckle. pimple-beads..dlaegertue U..po"erup-ooltardiecolor.tloea.viMok -
W. A. Soowden of Mlcanopy ws. ,'. mill, died a few olghts .go, i peose and a man can pick about cwlol! gentleman and is loo*.eto. The wont oanela aodef... *. Lea._
be draws from soft. bel '". and .torea the
small skin Blear
pittance I be
.. madi In a day.
transacting business In this city yet bears Information that the only .0r.I' s i beauty or youth.
Is Sun tam for past services. and tl.00. Sold la each oily
,.rd.,. riving relative of deceased a From Sunday Daily : Price AO cents
..... by mallreseAsap
Warren T. English, a promlsl who I. residing In Sumter 8. O. A'IIhe n... D. B Strou. I. expected in tbe Munroe A Chambliss, private b.nk. by> all leadtnjf drlllflls. or ONLY BT

planter of Tacoma, was tradlla 'time of Mr. Cobbsge's, ally this week. era of Ocala, have purchased the eon-

young the city yesterday hich was rather sudden, no one here< i Mrs. 8. B. Chapln has returned hom trolling stock in the Central National, National Toilet Co., Paris Tenn.

whether not he b.d. t.mIl7.; i Bank of that city and will merge' the Bodiford
I Dr. H. L. Montgomery of Micaoo! knew or a pleasant sojourn in Tallahassee. Sold in Gainesville by J. 8.

i among the prominent visitors t 10 or It so, where they were. located Tbl.I.ct George Beet of Rocky Point w.. two concerns. II. A. Ford retirinipresident & Co. and J. W. McCollum & Co.
In The Son, aohn of the National will serve<
Gainesville yevterday.ErtWst was pnbll.h.d among the visitors to Gainesville yerday. ...
Wolfendcn of Sampson City, who ia one of the directors.
Weeks: of Waldo has accept Minerals at Opera House.

ed a position as delivery clerk with 'he .vas urnlshed acquainted the Information.with the deoe..ed. The Dormitory under the maoa .. We are In a position I to furnish Ore' .'rom Uawjrday' Daily Sun.

1 Southern Express Company. meat of Mrs. Taylor Is filling up with liars bean coke and lettuce hampers The Kalbfleld minstrels drew a
Prom" Saturday'. Dully Sun. and canatloupe crates
There has been a large crowd of pea winter visitors.Hereafter cabbage. .ery good.siz.d audience at the opera
Dr. J. D. Watkins of Mlcanopyi w.. promptly at reasonable prices, and .
pie In the city this week In attendan mail will leave this 01&7 oue last evening, and gave good

upon the session of ,If. circuit court the city yesterday. I ID. .via the Seaboard Air Line every Sc, guarantee prompt shipment on all .ttisfaction The jokes of the end
s either A. C. L or
{ Mrs. 8. O. Clyatt of Ott, B. Lawman of Raleigh was at cbe : lay morning at 7 o'clock.W. lontraeta. Ship on men were many of them very good
Mr. and S. A. L. railrtv!.. ,vn II.! ton Mann-
Creek were In the city yesterdaygoesta ( aunty seat yesterday P. Boulware of Orange Height.. factoring Co, Williaton. Fla. d.",". and told in a very funny vein. The

of Mr. and Mr. L. J.OI.n. T. N. Smith, one of Waeahoota's et who has been In the city. on the <cali t* with the company met with atarty

a. W. J. Hodge a prominent cltl*.' irprUIng farmers was In the city yes.. jury, returns home today. C, M. Bell of Waldo baa decided Co i itabliaha ( welcome< the voice being
and confectionery
and marketmao of Alaohuaws. transacting irday.. Furnished room to rent on block .d. bakery leasing.
; this and will probably are the violinist was calledtck
.10..10 city
J. Connor
business In this city yesterday. .Miss J. H. Patterson and Mrs. n.1I alolng aquare. Gentleman tenareferred. .
la the next day or two for completing being fine.
the twice,his playing very
ttr.and M.. W. II. Trailer of Trailer 01 r Orange Heights were shopping 1 ID Apply at Son office.J. .
arrangements for the same 'illiam. the Juggler, beat anything
.rP report the arrival of a floe girl al' he city yesterday. II. Rollln, postmaster at Rc- The business will be conducted in the e.e.< seen here in juggling a regulation

their home. Friends extend congratt. Major Thomas has returned hon. belle, died on Mo.d.,. He was well 11111[ Block, corner East Liberty and triogtleld rifle, batons-etc. Spell-

J latlons.For from. trip to the stock marketsIssourl In known and respected in that seetlo fnlverity streets, while the baking n..a, the burnt cork comedian was

Sale-Two and oae.half acre lot and Kentucky. Turpentine leases for sale at this of. will be done In a building recently a second Geo. Wilson and Clark and

In West Gainesville, near the Uulvei Catherine Ohisln. wife of Alex Chi- lee, bOc per dozen $3 per bundled reeled for the purpose on University \cCoflougb..comic acrobats,were flrtti -

A,, Ity' grounds. Mn. Kate 8. Britt Get. 10,0..0' the very old colored roe.. lash most accompany order dawtf .'re.'. A large and modern oven willInstalled I....

tral Fla. 8t lents ot the city, was burled jester 1>"1'. K. II. Armstrong, eye special! ...e having a capacity of 600 The entire! performance as a whole

; eP..ft.ffhomp.on of Archer, sucovsi. da iy afternoon 01 r Jacksonville. will be at the Brow loa.... Mr. B.III. a young man full w.. very satisfactory and the peoploow
-. ''' ful florist! 'fas In the city yesterday Mrs. Annie E. Bailey of Judson wi.. louse[ on the following dates t D"cem.ber o.r ambition and will doubtless build upI .,tl their appreciation by hearty

and called as'""lh. San ofllce to renew In town yesterday and called at TbeSun 2nd and 3rd. nice trade here.' Ha' has conducted plaue.

y hUaabsetlptlon. s office and had her name enter Just R.celved-A fresh ear of fin. a similar bo.lne..aV.ldo for num. - -- -- -----------
v, upon oar rapidly Increasing list. and horses auitab. ber of year and will continue the r+ '
John G. White of New berry was i a eotueky mules "'\ _._.
visitor to Ibis city yesterday. Mr Mrs. "'. T. Chesnut. t and child re ?>rail purposes. Come and look Ih.m tore a"that place. ,.- _itSI- -_ .sfa- Ul...: -
- ---- -
White Is one of the leading merchant hay. gone to Kaoapsha to visit Mtetnat's 0..1'. Crawford A- Davis.
of that hustling town. mother Miss Marie Richardson, principal i of

Marshal II. OrUman of Mlcanopy. for health and recuperation. he Arrcdoodo I school spent Saturdi;, In i Which Gainesville Talent Will M.., '' U -rd'.f 35 tf Upward

who has Ileen In the city for the past lettuce shipments have began and In the city with her aunts MedamiS. In a Struggle' for Supremacy I' ,--- ,

two day, .left yesterday for Ocalavrher .h. crop promUea to be of fine quality. O.I S.. Merchant and H. II. MeCrear. (
We Sell Lowest PricMl
the > Factory
he was summoned on business. It. M. Chamberlain recently shlppeasket There were few civil caes b..rd A reporter wandering among
thlriy'three J. K. .w office yesterday. fourd that the, 1 r1Wt
head to ( EASY TERMS.
Windsor . .> of Satoiday .
of morn
Deputy Sheriff/ I. IJ Htorey In the circuit court on had been served
I Is In the ally attending oonrt. Of. .aersnn which was very fine thves rag, and at noon Judge Will adjourn- .'he Mowing legal fraternity notice towlt i upon I ( ,.,frt lat And Guarantee S' $(lCfiol:)

tlo.r Htorey has a number of rate. for I.. being< very tender. I'd court until 0 o'clock a. m. on Mo- "You are appointed as one of theunel ) Ou IlSnUt4U1TS 'Uti' 'I. EitMAll6tl l

the alleged Illegal ale of whiskey" l>efore During the absence of Dr. B. P.ltIoh.rd. .. d.r.
at the reidenee of
who has been spending his > to appear (WnteAt OM*F.rfellsrtscehq A4 GUN j
,. the grand Jury. *, Whea in need of any horesules or Joel.e 8yd L. Carter East: Gainesville, ""

Th football team of the high ohool Unearned vacation hunting In tht buggies or wagon, horses or ivember 23rd at 7:30 p. in. to take ) OK riTNen "r )

drew a good house to their entertain _Ills cf LaFayette county F.lber'Turn.r I.p robes call on Crawford A Davis. 1''.irt In the trial.' of O. Possum v*. s.ttatoes. ( PIANOS OR
clearingA has been acting (cabler' ab.b".k the best and tb. J NO AOCMTS- ;OROANS'I I
meut on .d".J., evening, Tbelr prices always J. A. Carlisle attorney fore
of II, F. Dutton A Co. ..
uniform. for 1'n..
enough tnoney t<> buy eest.Mr. e plaintiff.the balance the Gaines

eleven men un the team n (\ f\ Note Heads and 100 Envelope. .. ) and Mr. W. P Coffsy ente. villa Bar for the defendant" i'
** *J with name and
a; A jolly party of young people by spr. your delivered to '. ned a party of lady Irl.nd..a sh.Is, Llt of the wltnse

slat' Invitation attended a ease. grind Msiue.s printed thereon ham. on Friday evening, both suvtaint Baked O'I" Bnaled' 1'olatoei.
of the United State. on re.Ipt
.n para
(IDa at the horn of O.IeUun.ld.: 'y I.. t their excellent reputation a* hat Persimmon Sauce, a la Ulscktone ij
e..l of tl ,:25 Oh must aoeompanjr
Kooky Point. lat ulght. The party sd ho tvs*. Turkey. Cranberry Haute. r j
rutiilvely on credit' to any one
was chaperoned lay Mr. J. W "AUop ddre.e< Tb. Nun. Oslnreville. .'1.. i The Dr. J. II Cotton on alias Chick Bogged in Kl>-e.

When you eonie to Gainesville you AI.ehua avenue. Keel Gainesville, haa11M.u Pickle' Ketchup. 'ortt..nhlre .'.
Notice to the Public-I have .
k are Invited. to make our *tn, yours improved by a new roof This Sauee, as laid down In Grvenleaf. rod> 1

headquarter, "'" here holiday . ,tl., at Raleigh. VU a new and up.. i I. one of the most desirable piec.lroperty volume, page CO ':i
late grist or corn mill entirely sep.te
r lluyler'a rand 1.'to"k., .. *ialui* >v. I ID the eity..ABOR Oyster.
. and from sawmill ..ndwill "
apart my !tw8e '
hot and cola drink etc. A. 14J... Contracts. Jot the thing tot Fried Slew
I grind corn on JUturtlay of eaeh.rk
IUIIwork aJmlnUI .
on ,. aoysters < A
'N 3Oa: .
A Company. '. aDd turpentine men I"'r'dos.u.
ollou. the
_. and respectfully patecage have something to do with the
The house qAuu.tVtn.k*. KatGainesville "" of the publie. T J Coca $:J for 61). or $3 per" lft. Cash '

which has been under I. hand with order. Add,..*. TilE sea.
. . .. - -- I'I'SUN Cakes. Fruits' Not
our'. of ereetion for the yeast few Gainesville. Fla.Lemember .

week, ha been r.> *te l and will tie READ THIS. Dr.. E. II. Artnttroag willbe Liquor.
Cane Jule. Pab Blue Blr>bon.
v ooeapletl by E. O Jon. oil family." 1 Brown House December 3od13rd.
C"UUI'Lur: TIt1l'l..Jun.!' 8.IPV1.. I at tae Eggnog with the egg left oat.
who will 1"0'0 thu, rily from suffering from eysnervous ,
Ur KV. IUII. St LouU. Mo. : Dear an.s .. It you are foa' frightened- ; the Tiger. I I. Dot
fcave hint WoltOIU AT THANKSGIVING 11110
r. troablee
1'.hn'l t "" tor-It I Is with pleasure that I r.,e01.111..1 -- or only blind hot I* ehsinej,
C.elraetur 1".1-l ard with hi* while ben.When Ie when
.houkl take
jour Tetas Wonder for kid case over J. A Carl.. ... Chef. you partlealarly
I. making some good ear of health,
and machinery yor iJoa't have
n. aid: bladder trouble, a* nay wife JOG waat a pleasant Evans Hatle. Head U alter.
I cn d feet wet fret Owr
..d.d repair on Union .treat The or core feet,
u Urn
...1 myself have. bulb o.*d it and ex* & Stomach aad. Bo p rard with your tlrs. Sloes are M near pe.freeio. as
material' Is b. tn' turned oter. new
..enerd wonderful relief from lies Ta 4eta. They are easy ta take sad The Bar is .exported' ... be ready to po* 4bU l to ihV *o taoro fcTao I
I k added. ..Ddb.. .. theatrt I it .
rock" beleg ..1.reol. t s, .
apieaaaal a shoe tka4
j u. CHAS H BaaarA pr'OllhtOD ao ftripiac OP argue this ease upon the aoaadiag. of !
will b. does
I I. properly parked use cos aIIor5 proper pros.etsagalat ,
Sold by alt dnrdsi.te.Adolph. docket
i > the
the weather shoe tkat dsso.
of 'be best In the city o a
r. TEXAS WONDER. .. Waite, colored, who was Ko eaotioa for eoot.aoaa e will b* cat fit p.rteetly. U,,, Sane. lasers

Dr. Wilbur lterdeparted. J..a.r :tae small bottle>> of the Tease Wosi ....need ot stealing a walk trot Job! ....nal..s by the court. that wssnbi.asua at,wef.e.tyl. sad ,
4. day' for his home In New o Orleans. I darabslit, w hard.. dad.Z. .
dkseaarcad. by -- -----
d.F. Hail's Greet Discovery.* euree ..UkttM' idolph, eU ay,
la the
...1 weeks d.llgbtfully spent and bladder troablea reoaoreeI. . ...tie* Colossa' Satarday moralag, letfustri Cdir: o.i. a

j cd'.J PelU aa guest Dr. Lasiter of his ..cth.r.ln U an old tSalne Jan. ....,. eorea diabetes, ...Ia! ..m'a' "- owi.C to eieat ..1....... A few edvaae covP '. of the I"'Q. c. S ...J.fL."or"l : .

l vll.'e 11. boy aad ha ItOJ.u,,, her.* was '"- weak and lame ba ke, rheaama ,"'. keep a good tot .t >Keataskyk anal EJitlon of Tat. ilea kav .... t44. ;..rasa. OaJ.-tu.. Tta.v. .

by fries. *!.. ,..e i and all Irregularities of the U.S0.7' ea aaad at all bass and have anit .bated sad are ready for advrtl''r*. - -. -- -- -. ---- -----_ .

made pleasant i sad bladder ta both mea aDdwolIHa. ..... car every _,_dh \ t... la aeedod la a I.. daya eooe. wtl be marled to II.

T. B. Picketl of Kewtterry, eentor' rvculatee bladder troubletrea. la of stork Ball e* as. w. defypeiltle per ........r.. *.rtbrs as I SIBLEY,

taeiuborof the. Arm of Pkett A *v>**, I l . If a.t sold by jour .sruqie&. .... *. Crawford. A DavLvarvaaty "4' ao.&...- Additional eoeie ran be CHTSICIAN. ANDBUZGEON_
of lesser pad
tnabofactarora i will be seat by mail oa r a.4p of |l. deed sad saertgago Masks had saThe Site office e.eaUat.raoea
the ally yesterday eti root toJaekaoovllle. It the .... air. ........... . ..
throagk .a.r tree .. ..
.. .
0. small botUe Is two aattntha tra.% r.-4 tm & IO... ..aa. _
Pkkeslat... that C r_ tale. at UkU..... %Va m ..... -...... wea sea .... .. -_ I sar
Mr. ...tad seldoca falls to erteeaPr .. ..... wUe scene. aw. aajr iosoadlag The ladeetrial L2 II.. Is U. beet sacs .1'"...........
Umber la acarre la the vi.elattj e.ta>aa .-....---.-oar--
marketable Erases W. ilall.a... tsaas.. ksaadrud em eDe peesere ibiag. tee odv.t t leg Alackaa teseoty

of Half Mooau where the aalll U r.e tare,. F O. bas 6.7$. au Lash Ma. ... aaali. $3 p.r Cw a aa..I aesa.wpsaplate sod all p5 e4iIeo. tint. ... ... bi1H ?4Be frssr. ..IIiLYris. ..... ..) .
located tell ...axpeata" aoo te saake a I foe WetitaottUU. bald bt Mil .. by ."]..I..I.if. #
:: sod sue a lesg ..... atoablwaa. ,. -
.. 'tlawst.-: S I
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