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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

VOL. XXV. NO. DAY, OCTOBER 1. 1 I (.) (r)

6AINESVILLE, HioRIDA, 310N ONE DOLLAR A Y k AR

art- %hlte ucre reported thl wora
throutichotit. Tho, skirt portlim-il, fix\ I I I(
W EATHER IS GOOLERI Ing. Two now foci are reportId a 0@4-Atlifilly i1nnlar teiuloiwy. tire hold OVER TW O HUNDRED
I"so (If the patients at the I.. ,,, I OUR W EEKLY out;%rollwl tilt, bottuIll rulth-,I I
BUSINESS IMPROVES were dischaigt-d today, one being Dr witi ,hitroii irliumiA I ettl, obiol KILLED BY TYPHOON
lioumas, the iiwgro physician, wb() witiA ,oli-lood jj:rIs lit their ttwtiv ?ind thvir
reported sick Sunday. Total ca ,( N[W 'YORK LITTIR I R, iit.-i-i arr weArIng he,-oining
226; total loei, 45 r 4ulto,; wore thmn 4-ver tl)iq rAll Dam i-t- Done in the Philippintillill,
Railroads Tr;Lff ic into New Or 111:11fle of tit@ regulattun nai v
Tvkoo Deaths at Pensacola. illpeoeco,:k Alley," othor colors, with seller tflouse 1tica.cuiable.
leans RRDIdly Increases. The Fashion S i-lillitir wid moft milk tlem knotit-d In I
Penmacola, Pla., Oct. 7-Two cases Beepangl*d Matrons and Lac e Gown J"'I
and to dt-aths Vf yellow fever "e"' od Young Bude-Sailer Suits For I*! lilt, I Ilk till- AleeV@ And '4101-141 the Ill THE A R f,. Y I S A HEAVY LOGER
,i worked In m0ored "Ilk. and
LITTLE CHANGE IN SITUATION rr-ported at noon today, Anotiler big Large and Small Qir4s-- Bearskin I- ollegot, IcIrls ar" Prohnoldering -I niow
ri-port is *,xIwctvd soon. One of tbil, Costs For Tiny Youngsterilk. 'Nour
-1rhe Rainy Season Is About Over and new cases today is that of l1ritish Vi(N, grimi out tbv Iett sleeve of tht-lu tem M Lic h of the inij it Y -n)ents lately Corm
Black ain4i wbite chocks Iliakv %in rt pctcd on tile Islan-Is Ate Complete.
the Work of Destroying Mosquitoes Consul Bonard By RENE DEVIEREAU. it
Breeding Places'Goes On.--Siltuation Only vleven persons left today for A jxlhwll w or "I'liollicidotlk that little .4114111411- stilts, tritunimt with w It, ly \,VrtlkcU- lillany Uodts Ate Yet
tho deteriblon carrip. kitiworum. intertioathig I iai 14. blavk livirvules Lkirald, flullithi-d with it
In Coomtry Good. through tilt- f oyer of thie N\ 1 1, 1, 1 A s IlArrower Nvidth braid (it bright, I refill or Unidentified
Mike %)it the tilimide. A pnott) t weltell
Now Orleans, IA., Oct. 7.-The rainy IMPROVEMENTS FOR JAPAN. (oria, tvitil its atillutated w1t for a tiny girl wits :I t\\l) pleve, Y.mill;I, iiwl ; 01% t I
;seswu here is appareutiv oVer and I I filshlonable folk, convililim ,lit I hit I sult, like pladited skirt Ilm-Ing ittlitehed tol to',l U 1) 11 1 h- 1*1 00% ill 1 il, If-( I, il'
jj iga been followed by cool and itovig- Associated Charnberis of Commerce New Ytiorik's gay senowlint, If I-I III All it little inmixt. '['fit- mallor lihm-4v, with Ill I.s % I N t 14 111', 0 1 1, 1 1 .%I I
-AMIng weather which will enable t.ie Make Ratexommendations. swing, Is 1111(juli'stimishly a$ 11.111li % 11 tt*4'p li-ollar, wals triminefl wIth "I &nit h(Ill ki 111alll't.. alk I .o Amviwiiii- Ltiol
I It I',, 1'\4'11 black braid., with an pinblew vinhnil-l fill, I.11, Im % A it kiiii.d.
4ikathoirities to resume Lheir work of TolUo, Oct. 7.--The ir.1.8slolls of tilt, day aud kitittil a late hour dsonA In reld and bliti-k fill ill#- ithleld
destroying the breeding places of the atitsociated chambers of coninivi-ce w( re 1111i; there In a aleudy atr4kill '.I well ptmi skipvt.. r1wrill, wer tV to tilt-litir) IIIAlly of
Inosquitoes. There was little change Ili closed today after the dt'lVgdtk g IILUI drol"Not'd "'ell, N't-o'llell It"" PbIId!i,;i tl't)LIJ t lit, I:i I I 1 1,
the fever situation today, the citst-s passed a rtmAution to nio njorializu the till liver the world. and thoij, lit i.-I 1 dt,.. brass t"ittmilto ilown the front, mid it Lilt, K,, 4 mint lit -, jmwo work the
4wd deaths promising to mirike thO AV- g6VQrn0i(,Dt oil numerous poitktiti calcu. higiler tilki.1 Importer fairly 1 moft black lit- wit-4 tied Ill a Plitil-ir knot
1wriesith tit#- collar. 1);I-l %,,It Ill l1w of 04VIt",
ferage of the present week. late(l to ak]Vdll('e and duplicate national Ideas mid NuKKI-Stiollill D"ffy little, white nnitt ealorf4l Aerge Ilwai-11 I ill (I h1v 14hiall for Satnar.
lae returning passenger traffic over trade, Iti(Illsiry and finance. Tilt. fol. ttim lit-ro- for rware gowas enow ready maile. with Illnely \\hlvii iii laigs,41 Itulf,
,the roads leading into New Orleans, is lowing aro tilt, most prilItninent feat- Dunux the inornings 111101 ,to* par. tiltoked KkI11111141-4 All(t ljjj(IPrPIlt4'\41- (It PKI, I)lItliT, 'I Ill I lit, 111,1w) Ili fhv Is.
rapidly increasing, and it is exPect(A Ur(-9: t1w Ili Plimart nileam er voilta iikd 1111\0 whilt. I"will or 1:114-11. A iln'tty tilo-101 Will'o 1,411 1 1!.,, It, 11 Illitl it Ih I'sti
4A&t almost the normal popiiIation tilij; The privation of govvirnmental corn Ing hats, frm h lit-rhalm (runt 1 II'i**-IIt1.\ 111:1114. Ili ollo. \\ lilt it frill ItillIvil it tfi! lit (I lit )Ilo year be here by the thue The prt.,sidt-nt Inerelfil ag.-nls. hindittil, Frenii-li filler, or otitcll loot 1, I\% 11 ininji: iinoiiii! it riiiiiii no-lk fiii-ii,4-ti or 111k)VIII4 I h
reaches totik n. The it-stablisimient of floating vx1jilol. New, .1'(wkit-ril in taller fr- k- 1.11141, tho, mililt-rial eut lit milomro-g. tiolp-lit-11 Nlw, .illl Ittill A4L.
W eather I& Cooler. tiOlis of sam Wills und mm-emug in for- froui Newl),irt for Bar Ilarlo'.1 lit it 1 0. itround the ('11itte-W with it 1,111% III(Tt-fil il"I! lit 0?. 1,ltot lifell (14
A chill In the air ht-re and cooler irlgn ports. evening there tire irrequitionfl) -lniv II:iIr %Ilk 11141111 'lilt- KII-vill-ft, tot,1114-11 11111liz
lofxv fit thf- viliwo-, \kio-re id-4o ,.tIMt4I
temperature in portiopH of lAmh0ana A ('111-MI, tariff union b(ltwtt-n Ko (Itmen or niore entertMinneint, g.,ing till with a tafTelli milk balill 141141 loll,#0 lwwis lilt III,. tritius,
brightened the spirits'of people guns r. ra and JRI)all In itnany dirferet.1 varts ur iiii. ihm it tilt- tviiter or ill* upper p4wrti4oii ;h), (:coii 1.,i illiler. orit. criplilr(l,
ally today and raised the hol)e thaL The opening or a tillivel ;al 0 \1141,4j. 0441 ofw rolo-lw-A till Cilm itse vf I,,- mirlipt %ok Illit-11111011 IIIIJ11-11111M Ilit' J:illo 11 Ill 1-111 '1' it 1 141!" ot lilr.1l(tIlIklI;j,
improving conditions in complete ro- t ion tic, the ultra (apililoushle, till. rrolliklmll, for. witi, :, tirtl or %it 4,r till, ito-mtrili It, \A .1 anI Silromigon 80 pur rtitit
-gum ption of business in inot matly djl s The Im pnitinif to of (xisiing rnil thil- bolif-iniou and file utu l I I- li ele too, nii(i iii.ir it dozell N\111114- b(IIIIIIjoil ;I (of 11-4, 11111i'lilig, If%$ i jljith, kirbooin distant. roads anti tilt, raphl omstruclimi of ruent Ikefoire tit@ day Is ovoi- yllmig girl may be imol klill have 11"I'll flustio)l it
Dew ritilrowit ru!ivilchments ill till. Komp (if thfi- hinsitirtrost (Iiiiner And my
More corumunitieti are Intimating Till l0olm. In ('llititi-tion with the
their desire to rcinove restrictions as exilonilit-s of, Ihv a(tininistrallon. 1"Vellilklill' CONN-1119 M -ellfl.V kfo cit thers- ()it im % firiijbit day lit the tionrly fall 1-11KIll Which fillpf-MI1,11 4-urly soon as reasonable safetjr iwilt pernilt. The Pstablislinwilit of a Japarielitt- were oil n glitter with tlii3 or 111114. IIIA) 11,64W Ill 4,1411(ral IlArk '41- 11 is 110tt"St"ll, ill-virvalke
SL Jame parish is to lift her quarau- Chint-se hank hiiind applitotil. on flinty net. I iidur tilt, 11 14,14- (11,4111,1nid)1% dreplatold little jkcitsItw lit' ill I hu loilgillilis 41, prr vtont.
tine on the twentieth of October. Ba- The sk-tolition (If nivatirvii against innny lia4itail they sparkle wali iinitomil ill,411 ,Ilk% ho follmil lit imy othilor I'lly 'I'll, ;11111) IN a lit'livy liltwr at houtilk.
ton Rouge probably at the sallw time, thu t x1mrision (if the ctirrency. brilliancy. A very twoutifful lilmok ott Ili#% glolw Solim. are Poll& the wq)rlil orti, look
"d Alexandrla on the 15th. spanxim gotivil wits worni toy #it wooon of whilvatto nurses lfbok
ftreveport has muffered ik-yerely, LITTLE I1lkOY RETURNS, HOME. bred lotilking brunette of 4.14111RItilto 4-01- W1111 f4linjilill(in ulloon an) stronger wild &TEAM51,41P RUNS ASHORN.
aring. The skirt which woks uiudir uver 'tin), alovilik to their young charges
In a rAimmercial way, by the can- No Clew to Those Who Kidnaped the Others jus-1 iou stuartly it Wit W rl"I'lY Large Pacific steamer Is on the Rocks.
CellaLlon of practically all trains, is Child-Pollc& Mystified, cluitheill iii frorn bututpler walks of lift-. No Lives Lost.
taking st(lips to resume communication and 111111dr-1-0114 tot hApIly little rallittlilluf- Fiir- k.i 4 itIA ()tl 7, Vito tpon t' a
Now York, Oct. 7.--The abandonwith home of the stirrouti(ling liaiitnts imp viiiii) ow rN.-ii, it I r owo stirtw ipt rv)rl tottt, nii(I #)liv i!Alf wili-j, tit
which it is bt-lio.%ed will bu tilt. firrt nient twor Tony Maro-nollno by the per- lilt to-% ev it it-tir of heing k0napiml
Step to WII)ing Out quarantint, alioxelh- sons 'Atlo llIL41 kAtilli-ti and beld blirn 4011 41111. (It fliv elmol lifty$ last week fill look Gtothi. IIII'l 114 oolfl- h th@4 11-D 11.14
er. Natchitoehe has mado. coriveisli is for rai:goin. and the return of the lit little vounatilor mild his f III@- fli.1 lit .111i. r 1111(11114,1111 1114 Suit
Ce l1all-tri lmiy to hit, parti-nits %till,. fill) %inill-t- firsit'li fliriough Colitral Flisr- 11"(1) At hilid ('ollillillit, "A
already, an(I Is likuly it(von it) tIIi:1w 1 I -r S1 Itur it Ilu%
ho.ralAlf irilno-n Ill th.- who_ I ( rvurrr l last rdirlit. hait; ithen the po- loork Ilk ttimizli life#) utAyiiod a part of lilt li!nt Vaid, clitjoijim Ill








"M (71NjwON 50. BU:Oft]R1ER. 190)5 __UNIVERSITY PLANS M4

WE&EACCEPTED e rs 21, A000 EA Mild-Summer

less. Edwarib h Waltqr of Co. a aeLaed2!00Acre Timber
lu bS. C., the Winners. Tro be sure, you are growing 1"d in lv Cle ran e Sle
_____"I old. But why let everybody Sa -__WORK I6 IN EXCELLENT HANDS see It, In your gray heir? WILL MAKE NAVAL STORES _________________________________Keep your hair dark and rich
Complete Plans Presented for the New and postpone aie. _If you. will Have Secured One of the Best and ji lat 11oh-o Iqn took, Hid find that we
.7 Univers~ty Buildings to be Erected atMost Profitable Tracts in Levy Coun- r t.I u' iii
Golnesvi Ile-W lin C(implits Will be ~j5~ "V ig o r ty and Will at Once Open Same and j LI..A r Udh
Grand Structure-- To be Fire-Proof. Go Inito the Turpentine Business.

The Florida Ilitard of E'liatilill in,, only use Ayer's Hair Vigor, Another big vaval stores deal hesF r i ulU UIU7
In Javikolvii. laot '1'?urodniv aid 00 your gray hair will soon have been recorded in Levy county, b9:F r th e t 6D y
cided~ oil plpirit for th new Uiieit all the deep, rich color of this. time the parties leasing are ree- -~ea~ oCI' S01
buid 'w i 1 -leced ol the %it youth Sodfr6 er. Idente and business men of Alahus
leeted ill the A-sesirt part of Ihi'4 trity I.a now ever 0* ra ol =5 I hav countIy.
After rft ed-iiola loig 91 day slid a hc, 1* bead of Ionr slr which Isea Beoj. K. Thrower, Jr., and C. D.
part~wode to tt'er o"iht who esss ft.e o u- ~ 5 And not a Dennis, two prog reeuive"I young men
cept oi jia4of Ewards & Waiters IN ~f1 who feel that the naval stoee inter-____________-01.00 a 100.J.0 7110
ot coltirnt)15. S. C ,srd thoen ruire, coil. All o its. for **It most ets are among the mnoss profitable and
struetiun, when completed, wilnu" -frIpratI e tthv sceddw1 ),n ik~ npanfgrs
siat al iyo pad fin lesing a tract of 21,000 aores in'
(Wo. W h t a riLevy county, nest Bronson, and will No~ I -~ IMl I, H*t li .1 ~(
Of eouree it hil not expected thitt this --at once establish a turpentine farm.
amounL flill be used && on1ce, hut the^ MPRAT EL Both young men are thoroughly busi- 'V~ if i d tn~v
buildings will tie so arranged as to ad- ANIPRATDA. nese, and will no doubt make a big 'ii- i't- Ietw n
wit of the construction of a ;jorteu of Morris-Phifer Company Has Purchas- success of the venture. Mr. Thrower ________________them In tie for the openitig of the ed Stock of J. M. Endel. has been for years a valued employee of
oollegze nexzt year In thisi city, two dot- The Murrit Phifrt Compansy have the Baird Hardware Company in the mitorles bt-htg considered suffllf-zat to, ciacisy of traveling salesmn, and no
purchased this ottock of J. M. Euidel,
adi fopenling th nvriyat eson has become more popular or
tamt ofme #&i h there worsoicry clothier and ftirnipher, and will con- commantisd a better trode in the O II S I~
thttie ~n h ohrwoko cr:tinoi the9 bui m'e iiiritrupted 'at1 VI[i
pletiori will he pijpliod forward as fast tesm ol indWstMnsrethardware, naval stores and mill sup)its the funds will admit. S.Ws -'eoOqir. ply live than he, Mr. Dennis Is the
Teowill be no temiporary hiuild- 8 r. w est s t e of 5I the les n efficient general mine superintendent
lno erected, but those that sie put; up most widely known merchants in the Hefi rhegrd a.to Poat ogmpanyf.x
will be. in ancord with theq general H srgre sayugmno x
plant, and whe-n the last work is done trnd. beas eaw enoed ao give ceptiunal butsoaevsqualifiestions, which I
there will he a harmonious bhilit.dijbr of trade, vaei e endared tos waive prompted him so become a partner in
ther etre pl no u s wta i ep o f vle inay cev lir tic e Isawars, the now business which is about to '~ rUR-T ~
the entires iAlan of 14saita fir) hofhv lway coe uv e thae pndrd, started. Both gentlemen, howeverr," 1
ant t 1 toteere reted hathe ro.will rttsin their respective positions, CRUSHER AT WORK. poses to leave (jaiirecvi lie, not for tmi ste aeepoe is-lu
-- -- nes rottsons, Int owing t4) sadi misfor.ma toats ngeofhenw
Forty-Two Tons Rsdyand Other Stone tunes of death in his family, busns a s.mngrofte e
Will be Crushed at Once. The new tOm proposes to narry the Frsinendsfs.ss howra
The rock crusher recently purchased scm. line, ants will advertise later. Nuns are o etrs.lan Thoer apon
by the city has been kept buoy for the The firvf Is composted of tho Phifer theni purhe, as rithetinhmbe issadpon( f~A
past two or three days, a qiiantity of Brothers and W. 0 Morris. Nfr. Mor- be among the finest fur turpentine o rook having been delivore-d on the ris will be rncnatger of the. contipern, purposes in Levy county.
ground tro-n the Rocky P'oint quarry He Is A thoroughly nompeti-nt buoifor street work. nes loan, and will o doubt make a Saved His Life. Only $29. 9
(Ohief Engineer Adamson states that big suco -as of the new firmn. J. W. Davenport, WVinsto. Ky., writes, 'Le iiu,
the crusher Is working nicely and good "I dislikis very miunh to leave June 14, 1I02: "I went to tell you Fo tllhi ke iii Lrint- The Undorsellersg
pirogroe is being made. "I have had (*ainesvilli-, wherp I have lived arid believe Ballard's Tnhw Linmet sve ______________omsiderable experienoo in road build- pW5mpert! for twenty yer, re m y I fe. I was under i he treatmen t of
Ins." he said, "and I want to freably marked Mr. Endol yesterday, "but two doctors, arid they told me one of
* ~say that this flint Is the best material since I am alonis I feel Ilike seeking a ylnswsetrl oe n h
I have ever een. streets built out of upw torrlstiy, where I may foel more other badly affected. I also had a lump
nowd material are bound so wear, and at ease1. I think a great deal of the on my side. I don't think that I could (11). ~ EC
'Ataet is no question but that the pen. people of (isineaville, and will everhaelvdiertomnslng.I
pie of Gainetsville have not the right hold them lit my heart as my friends." have ivded byvrer d tw o oty Bloae'. O UIB
amel now." Mr. Endel expects to go In a few Snaw liniment. The first application
Work on West Liberty street will days to New Yor -, and it may be that gave me great relief; two fifty Cent'
begin as soon so a suffloisat quantity he tAl later engage in business In bolt,,.$ cured me sound atia well. It iso ha O ogtt
of rook Is crushed. Newark, N J. a wolndisrfulI med leine and I rpeommendI atdvertisin VL- to yoi tkiI Y U oigt
Isoihn niet t to sufferieg humanity." Sold by I hV e ihn a~ ll .adta h con udb
Doctors Said He Would Not Live. Asoihn niet It. Johnson. iv -Ibn icm ttd h te acu sol L
a Peter fry, Wodruff, Pa., writes: It was, to all horfin. naln Fire Deartmnt Photographed. kept in TP11,S,~ B NK We U 'f* 4# ABSOL~TE~r cNAFmr
"Aftoll doctoring for two years with ishing incidens that Mrs. 1. It Hu tnt of '~l~v,1~i~~.~i
the best physicians In Waynesburg. Li.me Rlidge, Witt., wee ,'uttd of lher Jas. F Smith. the maker of "fine
an tl etigwre h _o.tor ad dra.u .1..6---- 1tr, she fadeleass fnoeraphos," made a fine piA- toi Our (lt'!)tOP'S.





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'THE GAINEVILE 81w: OCTOBER 9.1900 3



YNCH WILL MAKE OLD PEOPLE' ELKS WILL HAVE___________IMPROVEMENTS! MD THtM'zTROU1BLES A FINE. BUILDING
O10 People have more of the aIn,
Iarlies aut discomforts of Ie llt do the'
Will Increase Output of Alachua yiug h is perfectly natirx, i~e Everything for Comfo~rt oF 2.s
Cypress Kill Enormously. 1tir jP)WrT1 Of resistance k -71',J Their Fairilies and Fric. o,.
tioti coulil re-sis't 'teu afflict their. WILBRULY U O DT
NEARLY DOUBLE THE CAPACITY 'ILB UL P7 AE
---During the civil war' I ontracted Ca.CAT ma an ufereItid wi is eflots tor uliKWl eErce o ol The Mill, Which Originally Had a Ca- mand rs. Iteid vitouIs tctLiBudiiWllh'EecdfoM en
and (to'ctors, but with no good resit., Purpost, and Principles-M 1y Cuo b idYuHv lvy ogt a hc a en
pacity of 15,000 Feet, Will be In- One duy I fnnd.,oxio of your pam~phlets
and read It oas ?illl. Mldeld S. F Th idYnHveAwy ogt ad."habe
creased to 26,000 Feet--Forests wastooemwdiciue Iwastaineed ofandl I Featares Wi bts Included in .~It ili in use for over 30yeairs, has borne the signature, of
Have Unlimited Supplb.ga its. use at once. -My health wv andSeiictos
HaeUlmtdSpl.Idreadful and saI was Nettflar alouig m n pcfctos and has beenl wae under his per- years. I Lad moat of the pains "nd al.ItolauerlinSnO t nlly
1. J Lych f Jcktonvilev~i re nintsineide nkt to that time of life; bijit G'sinei lie Londgo No. Wkl, 1 mmlaimvno sneiAItny
enLynchae the mill alid timber: I began to improve ads 00oxind my. ~i iAlwooetdcie~ui hs
Inteestsat te A~chut C ressCoi- I eif a stron X, well man. r4221 ow more piroepering-or are about to Ir Al vr-AMCutremluaioman44J taxed"aebt
itrssfth ahuCyprs than '75 yeftrus of age, but sy health in zaist httil ih n iilne h elho
paiiy at Fairbanks, on Newnan's Lake.: wood, bocau te I take an occasional bottle I*is they~ will soon hale ogle of thl tinvoit E~rmnsta rfewt n lln h elh
ofS. S. S. Nothing*quals it an a tonical(ntl nfan hdrnFpiec agtn N eimus
proposes to make muany improvements; and blood purifier. and I vecommend it 1n )0,t up)-to-diaLe builditig- iiiut antilrn-~elxc auts iepri~
in hener utre Th pan, hwi. to those needing much a medicine. VI y
in henea ftur. he lat, hili Fordyce, Ark. L.S. LOOXRIDGE. The Gaiinesrille Lndge of l-.Ik %trts
heet alray, ail buetin cailaclto of Rheunikitic pains, sleepless nights, organ yed only a few weeks RK12 [TileWat i A ~ O
feet ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ie~ a~e da, il einrasdto2e0,s, etc., are not imag"13rY oirder, fitro a eelowher. is o-nillosed Cadoria in a hiarmless Pubstittite for ('at~tor ()I], Pi. because Mr. Lynch ii a bisthessi man with oh irpop le, a% is sonieti%2d$thought. arid sees that this increase will pay. IThey rieed a medicine that will supplly "I the vvery teeat people of htfi i-m gorlo, Drops anid 8oothizng Hyrrupsa. It is l'le'aait. 1$
M r Lnchwa inth ciy da o Itheir blood with its lost vigor and build likunity, 811d1 no one who c-'tincit too clontalin. neither Opium, Morphino illr tith er Naireotft
Mr. ynchwas n th cit a dy ortep and~ str'eu~then their constitutions. I voiihed for by the public it, tiig Iusac.Ia ioi t urute teti43 ~ru
two ago, lie Is a young man poespeard S. S. S. is the ideal rem edy for Old Pea- stity ubsttnu n g i flo n als riutw s. Its gurtl trre t aicsryp Winue
or busipesas ideas and declares that it ~le. It is made entirely from rots, stityOoilta n litt do;lnd ty rFlevers hn It eron les, a it (eratlpWind
is better to put in a plant, to cat 25,(,"j Mbl) an(] barks, and does not injure the is admitted to imemibership.Co.i eivsrphtf riitbevtu4Cisf~to
feet at day and tise the timber in a cornm- eii h es sd toemdcns 1h 'kwhil .asca .i.I and Flatulency. It s*snihat4eie the tFooul, regilabitex the
partivly bor tme hanit ill1wcontaining mineral ingredients. &. S. S. Is fraternlk oinder, are duteririi to Stomach andh Dowel%, givingf healthy 1111i 1undtuu aloep. pto cutl.5Ordy short tioni thsi twl e is gentle in its action, puriyig the blood reti lievl one of t'I fineet The Okildron's Paunscw-The Mo0ther's Friend.
operation. and relieving adms oenldea li
"Asfaretetie o oeraioni4old age of its roomti in the country, at a cii-i itr from ALWAYSN
Asfa a tetie f jtrtidi4scomfings by $ 18,tJ( to $)O))The buildmgi will bi c ~ m A SOI
concerned," Mr. Lynch said, 'thatl supyn a0 evuieei vrydeal t0iltOi BasteSgaue
does Dot figure much. Naturally, cut-S uf healthy, i)prei vr eal t% l o.BasteSgaueo
tirig 25,000 feet a day willexhaust the PURELY VEG6ETABLE. Con stitution. It tan a arot, ta tran t or aof. 0't ir at K nd, is the gr"test' readig rtwnm, billiard parlor liwv 4#7 timber in two-thirds the time a miii of all tonics for increasing the appetite, alley, atd other Attractions %isrt' nIt would do cutting 15.(0; but there is toning up the stomach, promoting the di.olymn refth siht
lots of fine timber on Newnan's Lake, ge~tiuf od lr]uiling tipthe entiresytem. redC iitn lsad iirs ni and I figure that if we cut 25,000 a day THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlasta, families of Elks, may go slid ft-l asit will require from twelve to eighteent sue iyprvttaeyadJoito
Entertainment at Rochelle. treatmtenit. It will be a %vriutrte ilii
sw mpu. ~ cpesfo h u dtfpretacy~'it, The d You Have Alwayvs Bought
"'We are here to stay,"' continued Nimrthi Peirry In-t tile of lRochplle, c0tiii will bic hsog hi-ii arid-1 Air. Lynch. "We did wiot come here of which Prof. 3 If )wt-ns ix the i id swhichwile et-11 AdIn U e F rO r30 Y a
ou a speculative propoaitior, because Ietticlerit principal, gave ain i(-#- creamy popular.","ow" WRT.Nw l
we investigated this tiatter thoroughly Isocial and entertainment at ihe' hall I 'he cl ub)roorni will be fil rael d I n _________________________________________,and found a greatleal or virtue arid Friday inig1r, wliiwi %as well attendd stritly mapaworalan tefined i el. pure busineiso principle in the deail slid highly Prij iyed. Ithwl e an plastere las mm. wi-,

going to pay out a great deal of money payment oft the pin iw in loe greigate in the evening awll enjoy for labor, but in the mearitime we are thle school. kQuite a titat suni woo re- I thiemselves, and altogether mi i resort. going to try and make- a good living Jahzted, and everybody who attended will be a most dessirable one.
bsds"ar-pretyhpysvrteOcso. A zaurbrr of lots have he-mr looke-d a~ANNOUCEMENT' OFn THE
Air. Lytich, who is ina charge of the IProf ( twen.'i is making a ftine institum vr h comm iet5iittha fr V l
mil, rooss o eply lrt n m iu of hI arths, I',-rmy I usti cute this the purpose, but tho slc i a
~ll, popoesto mply alage lUFI'year, because hre is doitg Roi-d work been made. Asan imia a fI.' i-elvectbe-r of hands, and there i,. no doubt but slid hits ihe eo-operai ion of oly pa-e rptio n wee ill, bea iii,' c-inlf L U DE that he wilmk h e ocr a.IrnAo h colbuilding, which will lot- a ,'rodit nit



Someli Seasonable Auvice.DI Tf( In
may he a pilce r'! sripetliaous ad.
vievlo urge people at this Psoon of [~ 1~
the year to lay in a suily (if ('ham.PI N L
berlaln's Cough Rvinvily. It is 0.most suire to Ite ecee-ded t*f-ni. 11lec1tisovter. aliut much morelirt vitan Introduoing a d Advertising the New
Patisfactory roecedis are uh'tsin.a when
in n Z Ilaenas sooll as a roldl is ceaeiracid Scale] $400 Ludden -6 Bates

soystom, whiph can only he don.- toy
LOK an beor It Ais _.eom -utte in t1he__ I A r








*Mf.I 48THE 04CLY CITY, e qual@ dewl baliveemi use MNESDU ~~S .


__ _ __ _ __ _ l i ow.a r.'4 mwos then T'h e H oly 016,"' Ne t g ie oilp EU T HlE S TNS
~~~~~~t 1, .n I *bheoatitiathd kwo EO In el 1161T-e cl P4'1841 e eym ~ no oec I h
~, he 4.~eh 4eedr ate e'gra roeIn regiard So Cho main l ht~u twr ient1' en tilt 4\ .'tein for yer Tk mliu
iowI.g .&te'ti.story, Whleh will 9004h fat between Vr (Jlsao end th dvrs- diseasebectraes intrencbtd in the blood, an som te xposuft tei rdm
ralwufebd m.'y 34 *e po hoo th' 11001"t 'Of the mPost hardenied, 19 oso of federal e'irgoll, bout iheve Iswethr or slight e-:discretiofl brinlgs on an aittaick. Ioor W.-eIr ~uach
ot*ittwo wholl o oiso oinfI ESo.n da I the Widoet fi. troe' *. to the inter- troubiles, weak Kiu lys torrJidl Liver. and~ a general sluggi* muuof
'Ii, ps- Io', fowl-00ed 104 0d h'Y prealow, ehep ;it topers the". fssPe, tae *ysitim are rposble for Rhieutfatlsfl Food ( souring is 1111lieVlaich
e'i'E, i~ie'~I 15* efu~e B juge in*-~-.---- pviions te bl othnailrfth K'dneys and sliver to act properly leaves
1tR1AS P If'ialoo'P pfoil*so fllps. It w a r g th, ae atter ad of uri the bodye for uric aci 1Th is absorbed by the blood,
is ~ ~ ~ Wo us itrvsIim ntrning 81mDlony of $rn LACK RUST OF COTTON. faore urice ac muiis ntesseid hi I oig1 Cnitwt
elioprlvpll's oom 041,000 old-,?N 114 h1de h' t nta~ t h uuce nerves and bonels produces thtE terrible
iloowioflpp & *Wap ldad ar. Wasit itands to there dnu-agele snpoh f huai Life is
The Tl~eaWe'eh V~~lB ii~I--f~ h usil gPS hfer hed.s In Toitselto," tni't Tt Times-Union, w. aetrue byit ~cu ig pains, nerves are shattered, the health unm h1Atoltopiloxive' V ATIO 5h5A30 ataiiiii the homelil n of h d Xw gloan the fuiieeevirg, which will t* of den.lnied, and if the disease is not (.hcedt rks(wnhetogetcAhs'wrvevv, lA'rs' lePattedin th hr'egng n inh ne're to eott',n growers: -atitution. twill not doto dpend on plasters. litiuetts, etc.; such treatment ~dBIE1vetie'l~iiSIf# 14011to 01 11i10- jorlanni qieiitod down, a strange ,Thri Vowh Caro~lina Impartment of is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the iniflatuiation, but does inot it st i 111 t 0001 efi rx 1 AId I th in g h ap pen e d A Prurn n ie s yfoe s A g r io lt u r ie as ine o 1 ) ee b er Ing r r a wh th e b lo o d w h ere th e real tro u l e is locat d S S S cu res R h eu m a tism
frl ells iseuleu Imp" threeol replved sit117protio mamples of dismissed by purifying and iniv Igorating the thin, acrid
W~~~i01, bi'AA tteivietli out al Intlc rate riie land poison andyasl
12,4 114lui,111114o ate~ lopll atles I Teril b Iam ay ram en fai. on bolls oltowlflg tilook.ned Stf" I bloo drvin ou al uiriche anod toios wash
1,1111101 1110111 aetii iiW T4'd ~ ngt had os n ano Ii an as' avn te mii sending a streamn of Itog ihblo ows
~tU lliiee111011111i1h11,11111nstpor AhoIn manyif Cppns aving wte Im out all irritating particles that are causing the
Mdarrl.ae 1111 pa8ml 111and inflm asa mgh I nd oo frthmtivp in. S. S.d ,, oten TS".0 stimulateslyniaio. .S.stmthes h
'ri sn~ ee no a onta~ t th duesodboimeeeh:wtheprse'ieof h5PURELY VEGETABLE, sluggish or-aus to better action, tones up the (Iliot 01 1111141"t 11,10T, herrle "g WA 0h Isn 40ne noAcl t')ll1 o sh ofng repooiet'prtsiu o es. an ulsU h nie stomach addI gestion, restores nervous energy Theiili for$e thnt too ThjenaWee 0411 foi of miia the'ps thoughtihiio aup an ulsu th ne health. S. S. S. curcs Rheumatism, whether acute
tcur isi thooug thid lhrlosting.s Iok on Rheumatism
(10 Y jWorld ion@ y~t ..... $1 08 fili g igeotod, Ing lb North (Csrtiline, and already does and any medical advice desired without cliarge.
Th Weely (kttheltintiear. I 7A "I steerel In told Joriaeaalem ve'ry serious thamage. The estiated IM SWIFTr SECIFIC CO., A TLANTA. A.
IlN A" 111d 6heA Atliana ((#a,) lieside thl* temple there"'- damage now emicaeed to about onee-half
Nie n piild 6 t '" Fear.1 1M) the song want ime The judito had the yielda llsth, infected areas. The EPAN T ~'u cn~tyn oso h
of. ,..e.f No 111lmlw patised, Ito mate, a qiet InqUity. A spores or ao-voillod seeds of the fungus EXLAN I T. hi i now allrigto rear o the,
*foriner memlie'r tif a famnots aora, live over wititer Ili the disesed boll. There hoos riot teen an able-bodied lwj4 i tFat e~multry, and the effort IW-Wp will fw nit ee'jt stin;. (if it nroupany, known all over she flnuntry, andi talks of the. preee'dn crop, uptu. tramp in GO;4ineosvillp'th's eation, Thepre uof tI o., rit re.' to make hor mpptar #11pilte allMilai hlan 9 C1441114 was walling for trial Int ftifrgery. It ally left In fh. Mielli. The Spores also has been no ca-i ine fur it rmuen to be lblakkr thiii 11'p rpnlly us. isall wrong.
was he who was singing Ili his asili, undoubtedly live upon the owed utova Idle who w~ntted i) -Vork T ar" There umay he. wh R thing angood With him flow 0ig .11011h 11 itecuhfal. Meantimen this song went oil, and In barns and eotton Wins. When this few 81toe'i n th" 17nifir that a *hiiw rW. hut when thet C'zar anid K. Witte
lot Itsnhs "111011 likm mie. #if 111110" a1flt everl man In lins' Showed emootion, mood Is planted or whotn unaffemted at betto'r te!Ere Owt trainp iiii-'4ti0* Pril erv any law they see fit, regard61iking' Ila*meus to two ultoppeed (in their knees. seed Is planted upeon infected soil thip than lera-eeevlie't, le-Iu the teziellug Ptatutes, that i4
O~ne buy at the end of the line, After a fungus starts growth alotig with the Trhat's une alvaintage ine living of thue whf-re the trouble comoit in. Possibly Pi'nt (764sie 01111dwrltk, whito IIIt. desperate irfietS atsolf-aetinrol, leaned seed and grios up through the young mna Ilie (If a railroai.-LJak- City the cimuntry icy have soine good qualhishod 111sanv a learepralel for She doily a11ai111t the wAll(* buried hill 1404 111a011s, evsnteealiY 0411m1i to thes Bur- Index. itiea hidden away somewhere, bat they
papers. Is Paidt lit lo a victim of son. insh.fldarsadsbeae ltestlsndfriglak Perhaps to And thaot may explain have nevor been exposed sufficient for
11,mother, muithle" patches on stalk and bollI. Grrat dam. why sic u people drIfted into 1, 4' the people of thie world to get a view
Sthe ob., suiting to the very heart agte is done to the growing crop by she city. oft~ei
Ill lise reo that Juulio Alesoder Ili# men who hevArd, and the song smilli thritale of this fungus asakingt the sap
thDwis Is paralyseod Is denied. "a Is welling Its way through the oonrl, vessels of lihe leaf stalks, thereby eSali. The Indlueutria Ed itiou of The 1) "I VI Fr opti racing B blind tiger in Gain".jus PAP41aipn 6uetie el the 111"hors room, hlsodlini its the hosh. Then one. Ing theo leaves to fall off. When joung Sun, to bo distribited at the .411,to' F~i r vilie it nuisri wai, tied P')0 thcs week l y who hVe 1"111144. 11161 Phsected. tmolls ar seriously infected they sop In Tamp%, will Ili- a conqlete history 'If 1 Mayor Thonao. Ili default of pay- c~~~~1judep,,I *aid he, 'have we Pot oil growth, open and oppose the Immature the cownrty of A laehus, und the city of mecto i ietemnwspopl
IA. A, hrown tot JasogvIllo has loon suibmit to this,? Weore here to take limnt, which amist rots. The only pa. 0ainemsville, areS it) this eocenty hiptiorj s.11 t to jail I cuch flues as this would lp"Itted ehilil toe l ofvi eceun by flur pusulshmesat, heist this-,, 1iosble remedy for this disease Is to to. will be a full demscrcptlcue of Pvery town *iofl hresk cup the v.iolations of the jimlitinfsr brnwoli Mr. ltirs had 11e, 111M. be0aIn o b. ltets oropef so that cotton will not come In the county. It will he published 11 '1 ehibitiuu litw if such menua Mayor
WeN anksluipatel list several days. It Wasn uslblo to proceed with uapon the' marni land aftenot than onees the Inue'rest of the whole county, anel Ilimnast 1)remided ovrer all the courts
.. e this bisinose of the oetus. let the In throe year.. Solid cotton should as that* will be space" rs-erved for tipC anid eit-r('ied Elie right to imnpoee such
A krtsty good masn Is 11,eterV~ k111hllit AS 1111dilli gav nosurier tli slop ilia song, hfevr be taken fromn the plies at Win. advertitemnts of the business men of pnli- swudmk iltoss
a "good fellow," says The Tamps Tel- The 1100l1i Serpent, aft a surptlied batiste, Till 'seed should Always 1e the county, all who desire to take Ad- exruellsive tholt few would cart! to brave
boos, 0 iliosree iut Worth nkte *1%?% t0ooep thke meton In li, Stepped varefuolly oeleed from healthy and vantage of this opportunity should the law -Tranpa Herald.
the ma111 & the wahea clfit the follow. book and waited with hes rto. Thees prialiflc plants in the field. Such **- 11t1,0nd to the Matter at once, as the ___s@ago mione ot n t ie u41e lection together with a proper rotation time is near at hand for placing the he very existence of the state It h hagilAp 411ep1'l halt$ Itee, t hero "Jerusalem! jeirlsalem'! will prevent the ltos now caused bey copy for the work Is the hands icf the of Vioridri depends on shipping
wil e hre atgieg Ipte at Fa tot the n IIIh Is 1'er'I tilei disease and wili at the same, tlie printer. The edition will be distrih-' rates. When the railroads cannot
w~tin wek eK~irein ack 1n 0oaina Ins them hvist iuiptiove the strasin and increase the tled free to all and will be printed, be utilized and hoppingg by water is
witi Im s aae ani ama work fmu' Piip INye.'l j(M tif thu. Stop Thes eac of fungiei. with a very ineatil designed cover, with reported to. t h(- process may be a little
"Pi IN1~ This judge ckvtlied into the faese Of dat sprays UP)" Potton Is n,14 recoin. a view of one of our beotiful lakes slower. but it furniiahe. an opportunity
the men heooe him. Their, wa1 tnt ieute "and a title photo of thie Pourt house. to) getl Inwpr rates. rhe railroads are
0alWh Ws 1101iIn0______ te nfe a necessity for Ehi" advaricement of the
nt~twa altil wasosi not ieiuaene by te 503- country, but there, should be a rate,
*IfttOSSd IIISSI h,.IWP i tutil nows In whofm some impulse was CONPRIDILRATE VILTERANS. The authorities throughout the ra. fied that ip not d scrii acting.
lag dspauteItate n ettng tated notltiid 11,19%ld viet call the OAeS" riocis counties where blind tigers do!_lwt~ wtvTe SY Ods il ly, ht with a kid word of advilice luring the stae Fair, to hi hld in abiund, have birin prtty seovere, ore Palatka has sold their watr bonds
hess. wr usnb atwb~c tO ~S5'he ismowissedii thevis all The songt had Taapa tin November 111th to 30th, three law-breaker,. mash to the stti. n eldmelpterpat
AS, Villolk ooti MeaI i s t loan droe %*Oft good t11141n PstekrhONI thore will be Many gatherings aod fatOnf all law-aibilling peoples Indwldelo-th- rpa.
bee ygy seeoise so etaisan si .stdhie ec'mptshed1aw..illi 411ays 14111 aoog the assy s a oiffl~elt matter for the officer, to Noel'!]- (W A N-1.c(ATIneN R)R AX OtiS Iinan~~~~tcre si~~egs ditringt this time, there will got proof in these cass, but they d. Ie~H K iI ,aro ~ri 'A
It ace re tesi heesuues ha te ATIL-MAKI#40 AND PRULATION. be fone' Io' cr4roes orv lmiere than se'o credit for what they are- doing 4~ l.1,A %N S 0 V1.4M L.cetl
PIree t 11111 0%1 alv-ikkl eNVOI n the %I*.tlea Raemkn o rlmuas reu"fts 4"f ishe 1rh'rat RltgAcis, t406 It is alo's notievd that there h-4,10 hHen 1o, siieh gO'en It;.% hll C41 & Oil"~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ **11,RAAltINV111110111110 "N11" iaisnksafrml*s ,6 'I' tiu''-'.il ''s. ( It W, K ai".
Idutmal~e~tuiu bTh Isiy ees u te ei tsei ipfoinr ~ee t,." 1114001eat, Ifforia Confederate eevotral arrests midw io count ioi whoerp N( t\"'ACA' Ariir %i ~coi~m. purwil bins h4o"'uplot o Ith Helmivi ltifi y n ttss s theotr Ve'5erais, shortly 2%, be called by Oie. they hae lI~'rr "aon 1,t the's.. hill ~ J1,41 CetiiateNi 7a2e a
sWtiteii 11 e to1*11"l 4 tileltil 11of i an siolne atecsra 0f ti sh loonsd Boe datet welt 'Il to% ki after the o1ener wn have OnSie. h tiit~tWt s4tuu Iirue~r wi tne %,ise o which afea ~n .rrtiv t 1,ald











mark an bradfl I sad dstrctbe LGALADVRTIEMET& IVIl(T MRPUBlICATION.
MONTHLY MEETING grntd so Us& itad iaaershall J, F. ARNILI MET I i ftDTIie. at oke til, bn.
NSenter upon his daties after furniothing NOlAT. TIE. OF APP! IC,%rioq MOR TAX NotI.1- T ttveii that In rD'llianl

OF COUNTY SOLON Aupror~o rsi uy fih TRAGIC DEATHl W0.AW OF FLORIDA 1n 3.1'.' 1: !~ he.n Avt f oir tl of
________mnce o Pai duty.v~t tivaerin koowo Terrlioris Ore
That the peitiom of the citizens of Ntv ,hrb rvnta % .Toin.io.rea ,\ 1tiirnIrJov-l,
vttvhsor tit Ta (ertitillate No. %on extended 14 4 4'Il I, i fli ad tatea by Ac.
LiteBsnmTrnatdAieDistrict No tof Alachua county, ask- Rain Down by I16otive at Otte otit, t tit to( Jy A, 1), IMP tit AtWuMt41 1* --ltd F. 111'ihqowr of tIIII

from Payment of BiL. uthtB bapone Creek and Bady Mazigled. haift~d'4'dstt1wtornd~1 u~~u~ Fstw a m f, It,, trhaneMC
inspector of matks and brands in said sool'No"Il N~i a\ iiiiitd t'ertlfli'at S~ ID-~ of tt,, irhs
district, be granted. and that Paid in- I tirmol In 4f Altt-huit4 s)4 ~I.'rie %riuloty rIbe N o r S.. R s, "111 IN lrin
SEVERAL INSPECTORS NAMED spector vt nte upon hit duties after LIMBS SEVERIED FROM BODY 'omml-'t' ;it ,o.' ot'0414' rrietionii see. 19, i'roof to itillw tt.it ti- 1 .4 liiot
WII t'C. mi d i,t, 4 N *o Mix14'., \V NI ti cbs ; I) Valuable for Iil Liliet' I' I jf
furnishing bond in the sum of $100 for 34441)41 goo li hi4 % .41, 1.! .1; 12% I t m to itulturai 1NS ~ 111 1 (1t "I I 1 1110111 1,4111
Board Met in Special Session Monkday the faithful performance of rnaioJ du- Unfortunate Man Attemptedi to Cr oss chil R Of W inei It nii iieta'~ ie. tI then Iiloridiii on Mooday. the I we. *'4L~er.
N ?,o to % 1~ tiehlllill":. Se,'t 19., 1 1 i t *I V111
to Receive the Tax Books, but Same ties. the Track, Whern rEngine Backed Into lo or- Il nitme aml~sS witSC.AM' N I, i. siv
Were Not Ready and Assessor Col- That the petition of the citizens of HiKocig1i1Do4 dGrn-'The saki 1itvi I #tnxt it 11"' liit (q J A llen, Iillham Co"-eala. to \1 r' I 4.
Him.uao. Ofckn Him41 Downr all I14 Grid- the lllioulCwi Old 'I'4wil, Io'Ia.
sci Given Further Time. Ingri~ Him to tiees apon.4ot 7l P. Tbtbiti%,.& N.y and all personlkllI~ il
son inspector of marks and brands in gHitoPcs.uie.ii(rtr'et hj, ,.Itt44-d5rl land.a are rt-,ie'.,i We,
(0ord1tJ1 tow1i" lkil. 1,414 44.. 1"(wtI, Lilerc.4 I l ti T '4i'44Ii lt U O o kill,~ 14
Gainesvillel, October 2. 1905 -The said district he granted. and that he Itf) rmation hast reach I Iii 4.ity of the 1fthdi dotf 4'tt'tif' .i 1,v, III% i11' f (ttler. iVA.
4444' n% orlilhI.4144 kvlt ".41 W4 41 I,'. R0)1IIN" %1 H')'.
Board of County Commitiuioners met enter upon said duties after giving a horrible aftcidtonit whiet. ''orred stn the 1th IlitN of? s"4'I'tvi,t' .\' I4 i', ___this day as required by statute. Pr".- bond In the sum of $IOO'for the faith- the pn fteQtrC'' ubrIIi~1I.it I- It sit' IIKN. -I ~ I F A''.tAINFU
e,3.0. D~ampier, chairman; 3. 0. ful performance of said duties. Coml~pany, O'tter Crook. 1- ridlty after- I___ Il l l' I'N 10A, .4TIOXN S oF L.IA1 1-.1,
*Osteen, C. C. Pedrick, F. F. Paulling No further busiue.i the board ad- noon, in which J. F. k-tlid, forty. NOTICEK OFl A"Il'L.I('ATIiiN fill 1,r \4s'l (Wt FLO.RID)A.
and J. F. Townsend. journed. inowii years of age and vilt, )f th.. miovt DKE U .NI111I sv *I'4 ', ll4 I N.' 4 I u i,iri : I'.pn that 11(441!. oltion it,
The m~igbeing called to order, valued employee of that itillokuty. melt s~' V .1 I 114A '4,4t[4 .410 1'4i,4'tI I\1 \I pupiBoe Itit
W. NV Colonetia assessor, appeared a. I .SRVY rsuic death, nle )owl-r I i tth- hing Ne'tle is. hereliv4 wi'.,irti itha k i t~ ,I. ~t'4 N~ II .t o~t the 111 a of
Colon, tax__________ h'h,'ei tit Tax4 li't' tili,,,tr NI% .11 1 4 14 I' I i.I N .' 11 l certificate in
b fr th bo r an e ire th ttesevred atid his body tc'rr~hly muti- 0oated1 the mitll dav ifl Ji A 1), I~vw. I, t. \ -1'' wil 1.%# 4 1 1 4': o4 t't141t for tax
befreth bardan rpotedtht heSurveying Corps Now Near Brooks- lated. 1114 aki Petrleiott, tit ills. tfl1,'. wo44 im.4,t4t4 to-'4 ',, Ic4'with law, aid
books wpre not ready and woulId not ville and Making Fine Progress h ioutnt a ;i forema ""4'ttlilzh It for. tikt o4t-vi 4too'4t I-looii'*' [li I,,i.t'i4~~4 4'~,40441 Imo lroor=S
The unf rtu ate man %iI for man 1-tlanO oi,' h I lk d -.' Ih#'l I'4 '10'e'419 PItIt~e w 'It' I.. Itor
bhady bothforie toe makthe mqargial Hie Gainesville and (vhlf surveying of till varpienter department tit of the "ollwlitill vt4ilty. 1"torlia 1"\ i Il t41?Il:4
hadt not had timer towsvlp make thant margininalvrs h 1' 1111el l otWLIlqlV10 f1V\Vioc
notes on books of the Pale of lardii sold palwrt are no thea effectthat Ile, aord pln.I.ttmtn 4 4r)5t rbn Th itli 1.44 !1.tt4 4 i,,!, ~4P4,~: .... 11 0 ttl 11t of
by the collector September 4, 1"0. reot r't h lc httefretramway at the mill he willk rtun down I'lle '.sA kiiltI l~aieli. 't'' 11 il, 414dt' if ttil'b,t- .. I,,, T44 of ism kngfn p o r ss a dtilr achle Of'UI4~4 Nil "" %.#t4 ,'I ["if Lilt' Ill tl' 144444le14 ii1' tti
Whereupon it wan ordered that the- ibmknyiepors.adwl ec 1 a lowotnotive, which %%.~ gohacking. or Mtakec firtswo, I lil'Ai %&41 t'4 .II .~ .i *t&otime e grnted wheruponthe oardTampa within the next three weeks. and which he apparently' I Al not nu- uitft4%I4 koI14 oferttl,"at.' oiiii tit. r4'41t'ani4i c'.qtitta tit ii%,A 14 44'. '4 It)'t -,
ti eb r n e ,w e e p n t e b a dsollortwhiink it) low. tax lia',t't \Iw1 4044 tiCr4c'n tile" 11 i.1 4\ti i'It 11 1 4 ',
adjourned until Tuesday morning at 9 TIhe corps experienced considerable ticed. Thue accident oocurred before ithe 19tit- of tlwitotir1r. I. Ii il.. 'lovtliri,1iia'p wl4 c 144 '.:I il 1. %1141 "4-10 tt111,
WI difficulty the first three weeks. The the eyes of several fellow v tlrkmen, '04 I.4gti..1ni 4' it4. '.'4 ll 14''i14.4 I tt'I. 4 It N(.Ks.
o'clock. ____--- ~weather was bad, thin woods were over- who, noting the aPpronsolling danger,'~L 'e' 'r'l 'hat4Lttu 4 'a.'.I ..1 t. day in regular session. Present. J. G. an wan expected. Is was intended to noise from thi' will tirtiwIi the' Nt)T'lt'E 41" AI'i'I4'AiN 'il 1'.\X lwK1:I) t'Noiwi %i41cTiti IN ()v k-i.kAi'ri.i
Dampier, chairman ; J. (3 Osteen. C. finish the survey within four weeks, sound. and before he wall aware Mr. LIN9ED UN[1Kt4 81"IVI'lIN 0,OF" 4'IlII'l( 4 LAWS titl' IAIHIIIA
0. Pe~drick, F. F. Paulling and J. F. and this would have been accomplished Arnold had been kiloeked down, the 49,0.4 LAWS 0O"FrtlLI.I Noiol 1% hel-'rt' bt'.*n that Iltlll. ti,.I'.on &t
Townsend. had it not been for the drawbacks at wheels of the tender ;tasoing over INaotll 1-4 lht4ra'etv coi' 'nt J I1'..r. ,,it 'r,,~'~ 'tio (if wa ii: itiu,
pu'haile orr .- IA u ? ~t N 4 W.,t t l?a I'r 4 omien. vureheekers

him~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~ttl4a anti cutn i.lauvrel n1e teId(MNilJUIr vD. 1 11- A.J ~ -400) 444f 1)444 itvCi-it Niel 51514 4etlitlna The minutes of the last regular infoot. The first consignment of iron has two just below,the waist \~ ~ lut l a mat;e a *til'.4ot W1ill of Jo~ ~ll. 144 I)~ 4'I saki4t44 tttthiatfo
lng were ordered approved without been received and s soon as the line is of course death was Instantaneous. law. Nald ceriflclmt, emu t tilletII Itag Lu 1 1 41 it',4,4 .,4fdIc with low.
desorited ttr4)terty alu 'I .tu'u i t f4I i -'airtlflctgtl 4IlI'4.tte' tfllltWIf de.
reading. esa ls e.oko rd nga d ly n lu tr lorida.4 -o 1.i a44tit'4 oriltoto 4.'t. 'I t A14,Ia nl iy
esalihdwoko gaig rdlaig Mr. Arnold was a native of Madinin lY o111fil. L,)*iLet. 54 I ~1,i~'It "ttidqiiro t4lt% ,tikoi l loiioto
'The followingbillo were ordered paid : ironl will begln. It is safe to say that cony a4 beof gon to 4te 11~a eut, l.-I 24 il sout Slit' e' f P. F o to. 14 f4 I4 t''I tIt'sr
8.H. Wienges, auditor, $10; L. W,. this work will begin within the next Creek resided In Madisoni. lie had the tmsuanelof toitt t'it tint-tor itilt nmii4' 14441 Th 1le Until4 lond lt.'14a lo'tS' t Ifr dates or
Fenl.gadhr tji,$;Mssthree weeks, and the sawe will be been In the employtth trCek J. If.~l lbsakl~y trctr't ile I'4'cmi44tt4.4 of14 wouc'etIIh 4.4,14' In)I, til nasdof
FDnel gtr hir at jaile $25;e Mats nl'Ni4tlluurad oertiil %limit to Igveetw 1%1,1
Sherman, I anitor, $25; Southern Bell pushed as rapidly as possible. Thes L.umber Company for soetime, and 00"11"i low law. 14Z tilted will il tirv-i -- vrtoto re',le,414rl e
settlie the SAM d ay is[ t Itoltoker A 1) lilt%%, 1,I4 IIII tit 14%. t. i l l O I t, 1 ..4e' thl to#%.', I
Telephone Oo., service, $7; East Flori- (?aineoville and Gulf Railway, which his *ad ending cause a great sorrtiws Witriew'.o uo om,'ieal misiilire ati %- tell,1. the Ifth444 do41 %o )tl 1% 1) t4%
da Telephone Co., Fervie, $2; S. H. will be the trunk line of Florida. ex- niot only among his ftlllw workmen, S 1t aefSitule I WIttA.s. ii th~n~ 41111 i Sviltriii or) alltsAl t
Wienges, stamps, etc., $7; Giainesville~ pectsn to be running tralilslnto Tampa bu1i mlyr el h huh 4 tlilk Cirtilt (cmirl Alitioh -it '44 Flt 1t 4 i4JEP4
Gas and Electric Power Co., service, by August lot of the coming year. a greata(sal of himn. NoTIt'F OF AIII.it'AION 1114i lAwX 11 Ilrc44'4 44 ,el~a4.
$4; Eddins Manufacturing Co., $2; H. Deceased leaves a wife- and baby. fl~l t'N1'KII( sKa1'tI)N i IFlly .411 NI llTIC11' "MF V11ll.4A!tN1NI 1AX
H. Mo~restry, publishing collector's re- IsTHE LIBR4ARY CONTEST. Dr. T. F. Thomas itmbauod the boody, tm LAWS~' OFl 1IA)KIDA ift'E1 I CN KtIl'44 O'iIAllI'llPJ
port, $2; 'W. H Robertson. trooaisurer, arid It was sipdto 11l Iisofl for it. Ne4titip In heretiv iise viia of X 1.1,ir 4 LAW' OF5 V1.0111111%
co msin ,$49 ;L .F n el The Voting is Light With Kirby Smith Truata-e'. isurahapoolort Tax I ',riIliaiet No) ol444 I Neitlt' Ile ie'reir itvl i spal t 44l li i 4 iiaols
printig circlar., 9; M 3Thomas& Stil in th Lead.torment. aticompanled by the grief- dated %teth dixt ol'Juhlit 1) 168111l batfll#1tki vl 'e 'is ,rf~rii a''ii~ia W1V. P! "ell, priningcirulas, $9; J homs Stll n te Lad.stricken wife and mother, and thil oerthuentil Ill Mill oftl*'. alkd 11161 liasde atllviv N 1 iae so~ue llIle rt NI V-11%,cu, isiri-haers
tion ftax deed)C to1 taesace' In ate,lwdarkt, with aof 1.3m I'vrLI10111 No' 11C. dt i 11A'4
law 4),erilooo iioior ialteitrti i a orkte'ai tiell h I& i t 'ill laow aiiii hve atiole sa
lock, 50c ; City of (itinesrille. water sire on the part of some concerns that WILPTTANBC. ttd"crlked w'reeriltustu In1'a Mahmaou tiaer tan 114ide.dul Imu441 Ian smark S
rent, 110.25i W. 1). Dickinson, c"1 hivoq voting places to relinclulsh Inter- WIL PU 4RIBC N" of N w 4 M"e .m. Tit 1; 44)I o romor. Isaw sal fo.riflneto rul-~rao'pa the Ioniiaif
N Theal n1bli .,a-c'ia h te aab lf14rtstutdi Alailhoa novellcocommissions, $50; HiW.I.eat intecnet h w edr nIthe ia'.uuwneis of audiei tworrttltto' Ili the m it Vlurit t 4w it
DeCo. bok,$ 02 H Vidal. un. the ntet Thv e twndonledersbe in & G. Will Not Inconvenience Pa. ti4 1 Aflarilo4i A Newberryt S 4 olf Iw 44 Mon 14. Tiete ItiN1 *1i erqe,
driew Cor boukrt $ou2; $8 80 J.al Ilt h ru n g h ve g i d co s e ab trons for G great W hile t via. ali .ertirkie vial tw re,ie ol 1 1 The sakol 11INIi Iheilliaf -e at the 46110 a
dris fr curthoue, 11 0; BKirhy Smith Chapter having 11,625 and I i*wilorudli teo low. tax it" d osic thoron~t cin the tootiSner( tif llh k'io tifivat4to the name V
Fececare of paupers, $W 25; the Odd Fellows' flome 10.049. Some "eThe morning trin from Micarnll the t1tl da ilflec~~r A 1). 24445 II ows
Fletchero i W I nv mx heoo u ftIm 4dnattirr aI 0eal thimIlslol Un le ai ti le ate~ wi14a1 bie reeitliknied p
B. F. Jordan, insurance on the people prsist in voting for the organ- and intermediate points will be filtile I ill IlA'. il '.eiltrintor. A I,1)1. l orviIf to law tan tiv'.ii waili Iw.ite thoireals m
1 1 It I % I i' 1't' the 111h do~t ll ),rt,,b.r A DItitii
court house, $190; A. M. Cushman, issations that have rwequeosteod their back Suni" rermarkerd duporinte-sidonut led i qrkl'rt-till ('curt AlailbUn Colu.. 10a Wilatta look, tinclai .lkoraturow, and msal
Insurance (ill court house. $1%0; iE. K. nmswtdanBarker of the 08ainwville and Glf th 0INt.l hooirbi A I 1 10111
Voyle, insurance on court hou'solo, *180; Tiben th latwktisao-Railway, when asked regarding this NoiTiII.: 111I APIIVdA'j'14N VYlhi TAX pel Clowrkl ( li.iiii ('eit A~ItIaa ('41. Via.
Philter Bros., stundries for poor farin. lute-ly necessary that the votes should service. Theres has beern coliudorable 1, AC 1611 4 (P 1 rN rw ti it). %,I'l AN Prit------ 14 TA)
$5 90; IDr. J. M. Dell, services at jail. be handed in early on next Saturday e plitsince thie train was taken '"II~t~AN II' I.l'~e i'.~Mt A
~' 3. 8 Baudiford Co aindries for .NA.tle" low hrurtley i'.eu tha 1 144 i it 1141-pi aIII 11 1tKl A4.'li4 e t air
$4 8 Bdr C ., id ie o morning. Many placeoos did not make off, for the reason that partirs living i'44rt,11-i4'4 of T'al ( illitllo'.t N's %11 fciolcl thiii' 1.' to lo 4.. l41l, JII 41 w.
poor farm. $8 70; L. W. Fennell, ser- returns tho past week. find those are on the line' of the (Iaineslville anti (iolt I 01.il In i Jie A 11 1,*3 hi W.4.1 akithc.1' e %.I' of ,t-,4-44'~ kI~'4
vies in lunaey ei $7 .20. k.nina h rcntw eeteO d South of this city, many of wihor had (-or ti teii-ed 9,1 lotol 1.1 0 4',cti44d14t'e ill clow V'., It of.e44,444.4 lll, it.*~ 4'14 ; lIkel
kn w ast e prcn t w o et e d ikl 4 11rtlfl 14t is' tile' 1,0, f-I 43W i ICl ~% 44(tI tP lll'r'. I .e.t4 ic 'ta r.
The following bialls were ordered I.ei lows have secured their largest ivote been accustomed it) trading hitre-, wereo loer"'ll I"TO44i trote .t INt-e 4 tI~t'ill *'t4tiI Took -Nit ;fit ,littita" t ilslted 11h lit
paid from tihe road and bridge fund : Tefloigreteotltod r5ot permitted to come to (lainesville eleea ". I, olwkf tii i t. l" iotlookia Ar' t hAv Iivot 0kl aliIAtri..
Johnson & Waitsi, $18 76; C. M. Mc- fee& 6 o adrtr h ars ar LIn 4,fo it tea atewd toiio i tit "' still *' Iik low





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$ FROM ALL 7.,n18 ~m~ rcUTMN
us A~n AWeakned y Ovr-Ws l ome Romalans Don't Believe He Do.
serves Honor for, Services.
PARTS OFfO I neilthy Kidneys Make Inpure blod Ot Petesbirg Cwt. 6.- strong
it ll,4.1l to ibt colZi(letgt that O:'I1 sentimet~ against Count Witte devel. Brkf appenngs Fom Va ious 111 in atIli hlaiddr troubles were to Ilx
BridHappnin Fro Varoustraced to th kidlnevs, oiwd at a caurw,' of 5t. Petersburg Sectons f Satebly now 71iodcrn mutnicipality yeistciday evening, called
Secios f Sat jsciene proves that to dttcuss civic nation In recognition
early all diseases of hJs jrllies ai lloirt.'footh.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS bave their bl'ginini Qj-gk;;IIous Ohat a banquet be given
iii the disiOtrL r f2
TnsingI"TeLnofFoe.'theme most implortant in 4110 h(tior and toat he be presented TasirigI "So e Downd o Flowers organs. witil the fitedot" of the city or an ad.
Thns-oldDw"t uit theTh kidniey% filter dress were reflo-cted and a resolution
SusyR~ser-tem ofintres to- .and purify the bloodGusy~t~a isdrItri thf Inores to wa w.ted dcc hirlng that he In not
All Classes. Thcrefote, when your kidney are weak wor~iiy ot any F.pecial honor because
Palaka ap voie~l il molei or out of order, yclot can understand how, his services at Portsmouth "were only
Psah a eld. ~iI lh~l(illquickly your entire body is affected aiul~ "AIedeemning usectifice for the politicM PERMANENTLY CURES
watrwoks linit.llw eeryorgn semstofail to (10it Wmstakes t w hicft has acquiesced, 0@NUMpTION, OOUGHS COLD* AF'ONOHI1Y
The oranges around Cmindler will no y10,I ou are sick orfe a lly"Iegin and which weiv rezponsible for th 4T M pj AXTA T 4:Jl*f~f
'2 do to ship before! abit the mn dle of taking the grrat kidney' revitedv, iir.I Oa.'WI PN@ COVOM ;N5 Off ou'
November. KilinetrsK Swamp-Root, because. a4 two h is c ftemnseilcm
Mrs. L. Sa~pp of P'erry, who is 98 t your kih str elte illeel DO NOT DELAY 7ehmlo
.9ll the other organsa to health, A trial Mite the sesionits of which have Until theidrain on your system produces permanent disability.Tbhas years of ape, bios fair to reach the %% ili a Con %I f( aIl)yoUC. .j beeni 1itfl cd. A,th C.oumnt W,'ite's r- breathingrmachinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To havegood hundred mark. It )-oi arc' sick you can make n19- -lP' turn, ).Ass b-en an important conces. health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no imporThe attendance at Stetson university take 1)) first doctoring iVour kidney's., *1il cn thle ian~tmag- question permit. tMG5 yet it it was known by it's proper name of "throat Inflammats'S, The 111tldanal the e'xtrnoriarv effect (f orongatltn of the lungs," its dangerous character would be appr4Is very large this fall sud the faculty Dr. l'iliner's Swamp-Root, the great tinlg tilecom C(u1afl'a whools at War- oistsd. When a cold makes its appearance use at once W&laz4'5 94
in er much eltdk ver eatd.stmi t he highest fjr its wonderful cur'es, or UCrin n a !!Iv language of in. -KOMb CUHadCOUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
phspat oc(ifpe thme itiotit is ttres'mig cases, and in $.lLNIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief, wI
frPice River a hs pre. ilit nrsb l mtrucl in all l iiiSii except Russian Balard's Heteahound Syrup will rapidly sto the violent paroxys.o
gregaled 60,000 tons. dIrliggist'sill fiftlce'nt r"DRbbu~k~ egah.othn.IT IS THE ONLY COUH EMEDY THA IL
HepSih ooe, isfnd#Y ali'l olne-4ollar' i&e ;6"1 P TvELY CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP.
Ham Sit, oloed wa ine #' gi~ttle.. You WAiY Full of Tragic MeaningBET OR C ID N
for carrying concealed weapons fly a hIajjv, a illtiple hojttle naow siio. B STFO C IL RE
Miami justice of the peace. lY t11116i free, alao a psmlc'llt telling )-Oa! Are these line from 3. H. 1simmons 111 Maud Adams. Goidtbw it. Tex., writes: -1-1 have us;ed Ballard's
how o fmul ~utIf ou l~tV' kdnc~ orof Csey Is Tijk wat ight ha.' orekod Syrup and find it the BE~ST medicine tar croup. cowis ad I (". o flldoutif%.ol Iliv kihiY o ofC-tvyIs.Tiiukwha miht av GoIds, dy children use Ibltals Is pleasant to take and quickly cluXs5" A iw lodge of Knights of l'ythias hiaall'vr trouble. Mes~vitioa thisi )Viier resulted from hip terrible cough if he SAE NDSRTheSie,245c 104
was organized at Orlando on Tupoday %% aIw writitig to D~r. iinter & Co,.. Hiig- had not taken the muedicint, about &M A SUET m h 2e50,$O
night with a membership of Mr. L.a::tam, N. Y. Don't tinake ,my' inistake,
btit' remember the tiname, SwttmIp- Root, which he writes: "1I had a feairfal cough The ChUiea's Faveeke sni0 Ivwy etlie Gsaarted The Jackson county cnrnmitoilonero Dr. Kiliumer'n Swana p-Roo1t, uasi the ad- that disturbed my night's rest. I tried De wl dSow lnm tCo, t.L is .
have let the nontract for a $46,625 dretss, llinglituitou, N. Y., oilevery bottle. everything. but nothing would relieve S o hletC. tLus o
outirt houpef. It has Ilong heer, neptded. --It, until I took Dr. King's Now Diacov-SODADR OMNED Y
The otel()4enlaat Tvars h linht he had pawned numerous house- ery fur Consumption, comghs and colds,
been opened for the soin. This fins- hould arieles. Ho will st'ttl.' a the. c. whiah completely cured me Instant-W.J ITq 0qj a 2Ae--11
hotel to owie by Altr, d S4t. Clair- GereR leeoeo h otly rolieves and permanently curs all *.h: OESIT -~ie-r11
Abrams. (lorgie ft. lPilit.o of the past throat and lung d ispata; prevents grip
Editor 1Frank Harris of? The Ovala awaro rsinct mornin aftKer aeslonaer- and ptieumonia, At all druggists;
Ilaraer, ho hs ben is NewYork awayThurday ornig afer alingr- garanteed; 50e arid $1.00. Trial bot. *
some time, has purchased a *1lergen. liked by all who knew him, lie was_ -* i W E niiiU
4 thsler typo-setting machine. 78 years of ago amlid one of -the altarter They Were Doubly Bound. CH R E BLUMh CO
* The Hilisborough c'oity court houise members of the Odd lVellows of that Justice Xt. W. Small of Alachua Is an --)~4~i t
* Is too small for thep busitillts done cuty, and was promlnt.uat in the state unassuming kind of A fellow, but he is
* there arid ona anntex will be built. lt-. orgsn-tation. original in the extreme anid never fails 'Y Whiskies, Woes
fli make a Jail Attahellnt. Olo. Cl C. L. ihittlaiger of The Ocala. to spring a good point or a good Joke
LJ, lilies, stationary engineer at Star mmt with a painful accident on *hen the opportunity presents. I~iAM D ad Liu r
the 1,&N. shops in Pensacrila, dropped Movday evening. In climbing over a Justioe Small is not only justice of
dead Tiuesday, natht ia hmi% room from board parition in hiss stable the board N0h. pe517btheisw5gte1dw
apopleoxy. Ht was M6 yearit old. broke smid he fell onl thp edge (if a box 'with the ca~a alid responslibilities (if
postmaster at liamie. A few days ago
Frank ushekvr and Loin Bryant, twit with his entire *eight. A doctor Was hehdocmo optfr araeBAY STREET,
riegroes, were arrested at Miami for tali d snd it is his opiinabn that a rib hdocso opromamrig
smusoling. They werp, bound over to Iwas broken. Col. Illttinger's niaty cessnony foan te onousio: ok ~ ~ JACKSONVILLE,
the United Sates Court at Key WVest friends hope' it will niot prove serious. oh~astn, fo be ren a ur b
Rollins Collelge at, Winter Park open. Nicholas liernandt-ii of Martinez, FJhnLyuhaeRaInLDrAtob
td for Its 21-,t year on Wednesday Cu11ba, who ws giv(0 a hearing last your lawful wadded wife; to protectA.
morning with the largest list of stu. week before United Bstte Commis. he rd tn b e o iis.I ts for Pabst Milwoulkee Door
c tvinl it ever hadl on the opening day. slirtr Sprnple, and is waintod py the aher ayin daomess and tins totaylgt XPOrt P01r bbl, lII dozx $11 ;per dix, $1.25
The petitlion for an election to pot an Cuban (lovvrnmont fur Pmbeuu~emerut, her away inpo- darkne Jor i n alihst Blue Ilmbbon, per bbi, 10) do:, $12; per doz, $1 W1
exproeson from the ppopllp of Mation West foy ipteoamioneruli tto Spot and make a hero out of yourself Jug's8 Olmobuat Red Heart Beer.
kton as filewih the lcalt ror- reparesented thu. Cuban (Onvernment by protecting her and moving her from Per bbl. 10 do, so; p. r doz. $I.
X111 wasioes Tuiedad ant t e lkyecin atad Attorneys Brooks and It uberts the the clutches of a thirsty villain. I want ______________________baa boen ueday nr N onvsm ber t. defendant, The Secretary of State you to treat that woman right, and WVe pyfegtor expjI~t, char
bsbnclefoNoebr2t, will Iass on the vastip before he leaves you arn doubly compelled to (it) so, for pa rigtires
Israisl J. Me(' all of Japeir, the, inis- fur Cuba you 1hAve been married in the post- on the following 1iior':
itg elerk of Hiamiltona ouuamty, Is** riot. omoces, arid that meatuse th&% if you don't
lot b6eta heard fromn, anti It' is feared A Card. do right by the womn *you have at LEWIS 1866, Away Abadl Everything in
he has been foully dealt with. Ilis e This is to ertily thati ail druggists this cracker-box altar taken and prom. the WhsyLine:
--ni were fo t. %... all ri-Lht __uu Ar __ hu_ aet _o reun y-u -oe Ae to pro-ect--___[.A 6 --;I wil be del ith Whisky 1







TRUE GAINESVILLNRUN: OCTOBER 19415 7


E_ MAN KILLED, lGainesvile Realty Iflsu ranct Suprntndent Says HeD RM I E

AND-FIVE INJURED Coal UNI!TED Cefj goh 0ci $.A-, t roum 4&f Pj~ ljl Pil

Paid-Up CapdtaA, $st,ooo. State Insurance Superi'.tnIcnt Wv.
t "Engine Collides With D. Van ilhr last night aimt. di that
Loadisd Freight Trailn. B y Slsunleb.s John A. Mc~all _i w OltBuys__ andu el presidency of the New V I.:f and
repays the' inoey which concntis
INENT NEAR BIRMINfGHAM Real Estate ...... stoner thinks has been 11, 'rpf-rly di.
MI Kile Wa:nEtr c Collect. Rents sod pAeounts Broker- verted troin tae trust ft,, io' lwfiti.
Ma ile WsanEtr ir. age Biit's ; Fire' an Lf cal Purposes, superlatenfl \'.cnclver,
"mn on the Freight Learning tha Insurance. will intitliately ta.ke to take
flod-ccien Ocuredat Rilaway the conipany's ch; in 'MI-%-.
d-Acidntocureda Saiie from. o,,rl a:A steip the compa! -in doing
road Crossing. qCorrepondenceSliiedfo business, in that state.
Birmingliact, Ala., Oct. 6.-A LUul&- Pr 3ospctie Purchasers "Nit-. MIc~all, Mr. Pvr. aind allDrMie'Ad aW I
Vile and Nashv'.i~e light cngmne go- and Sellers. others involved most ri. -.cdc Sut.C u e Hach
lng to 1:oyxb coded with a SUutn advr ic h ae u e Ha a h
ern railway freight half a mile *roni 6. N lp&TIS, Presldent. 1 wit nin the criminal st., ,if NewAlotisa ly nd eve o W
that place on a crossing early today. G. W. SCOFIELD), Cuilati I Vok thi should be ir -itc 1) Alo' vntnlad laen
Onewanaaskild nd ivehur. SCrtlr~d reaure. ho New York authiorkl&- (),w thing Is effects. nhey ats() relieve every otha
The dead Luau is H. &. Abercrombie ccrtaln. 1t1-,mstrpay n oc pain, Neuralgia, R~heumatic P4ain &8
of ila ica G.,exta irmanot FOR SALF, or tht-Y e :inr dto busin.- nc Nis-iourI ti a ekavho. Stomach ache, t
tho uter Vila Raina, whor fiean oil Lots 5 and 8Oft Drake',, sub-d i i~ion Nwhilv I mnc ierintendvc at1)', 1.
th othr ran howsb ing, of t Haip 7 of thale., ial (1lwn Pains Ivonieinr, Dzi
taug~it the road. The wounded are: Vn 1Pu ni~ kf 1.t e 7,t of ievialCusrCue Sped Seteet downlS pais 11 inuryol,
M. Fulghaia, Southern railway !n Lot- 3 iri 4 in iviiion 11id uuuti 4 CriG asdSed eteet Nervousness and 81ceplessnesa
gineer, badly hurt; Drakeman A. it., alid 5 li Divuitsoi A of W~. R, rhoutnav 'ot ri'A*,O.6 .cic f
IDavis, of the Southern, internally in-' ub division Of 011inesville. Ithe1:i cruiser Tox c hit loja N't. jured; Fireman Charles Glass, of the 11110 24PRINS. 1tnerc ilp mv, Turkish, \ '':. hq re
Southern, fatally injured; Engineer 1) Two nice lots for sale whee the Comn- :n~ it speedy ot~t ii ti~t of Ili X. .Jvnes, of the L.oulsville and Na~lh. mercial Hotel stands. 11 he lt:t i'l Clalti In ni ut li vIii Ai
Ville, serioutsly; Conductor Stewart. of I-the, jiiccl attacks'of .\tv. oil li. the L inue.Gainesville, Florida. I
How to Cure Corns aud Butnions. lAX NeUTte.
First, soak the corn or bunion ill lit luincte'of Chalot r Nci. 41 I.
warm water to soften it ; then pare it FUUETNRSNE ON.pS''aIu:4lLAWS of Floridt I lgi'y' hv-f aIn I
down se clrsoly s tiossible without low~~ 8 Ptatecutlt, Allowing i' a eclt t
drawing blood and apply Chamber. Experts Say that After Proper Instruc- (,)f taxes (liect('l by Wi. I c iekinowcci, Nr e Pi
lain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbingiz tion He Will Startle, World. tax~ collector of Alachimc -cloy, Fo-Nr e Pi
vigorously fcor flre minutes at rech at New York, Oct. t.--ln Ile person i(l, for the period ewld' j, Sep. :io,PinIsuetfolwayttaac pliealion. A corn plaster should he of Isanc Itoutinan, an hcttilic stet t lI S4A. ap shown 11 einfty i i-tcrrr M, ri'- Influence upon the nerves. It may be eSOW
worn a fewdusys to protect, it fram the; hit ii I'r of flit, F~ji~lt Side aind i ho isip lon Htill iii y offeo %I mt: over-exertion, heat, intense mental effort, 0111.
shoes. As a general lin iment for spranip, a Iu (liflt Iu ofX ROnLL.e~,k,'tit digestion, or any cause that depret es, iim
bruises, lametecs mnd rlteumisim, the f11lnioltS PolIish S'ingcr. It Is ht- Lic'ettpes agitates tile nerves. So sensitive are they~ tlw
Pain Balm is nneqnilled. For stile by liv htaAvtt 1l ) 1U-Ge'teral Funtd, 4o 1411 least pressure or strain causes suffrn.ell d ruggist*. int ,ally to tiwho will Roa 4Itud Fund, 3r 61 s' Antt-P in vla relic"e the pal.
the dricruaic world il ~th Il, rnk swhwipI Funed, .1112 2"6Thy.r olJd rvr* so a 6 d
Famous Property Changes Hands. ilh Ncbsrs. (tCuiuo and D l~t Schooul Fund Pol la IDA i 46 10) guarantee that the firstbo 10 E eimn
Lenox. Massc., Oct. 6 ,hao "After a c'ocuno (if prcpt r Incitrulc. .Z eude. v rsod I A Melk
Brook, formerly the country property tioti.," says l)r. if. lt C'oc r (it, Totial. 50.2ofd IE EICLC,of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, an qw:horcty on tc voice. kinil whc S. It llsik%
of New York, wi!i, within a week, pa s male ft, ''find." -I hIie lit- e will ClherkAaasmai Court. to gamuel P. %,otter, of Savannah, Ga., rtsnk sonci ia) Au ith outr &ivatt tL ti'n UUI.ILI U L
who is completing negotiations frteo~. reI' AN S IL O T IG W RK 8
purchase of the house and a corsider. "Ile Is~ li:1vlolt) K! ft e (1.1,1Hays
able block of the acres which mur.jM .ist, Fi'tzi t ~heff, w~tO ha.: piing with isW Wael fvoGag M Rtad ebBrCdr,9
Stokes $1.500,000. The house, which. Ilr- lt I 4dcl ('iripo oDvRs.v (iANE'?lVIll FIARl)
a a o t .g Th oper0 ft y osnt M r ll ]w g a t cac teti'- 'c i~ t les hles If (.kia wold I'eairu' E L D O R A D C A F E :c O-~ 5 m .n ,,t.m we01 4t.io o s i r' rc
bo r n a e o v r4 0 f e ,I et ;e s l ea s ou n ook F- ti rr.
la size to George Vanderbilt's EMtiit.1 a (onbintaticfl of Caruto anuil) li est. Feyht nas an American private resort. It is i', fcor he' %ill uqcinl them both." and
undrsoodhee tatMr.Shtte w..as ltuphuel Carcikti )oultg itoutnian OYSTERS ANI) ts[EAKS
Dyabout $260,00 for t~e house and hawit A hl I nto 1wOic care of (Charles Sceats .g~A R A T
valuable lake frontagei. A~hi o mill ci'diiat' himi fcr tit' (cpctt tic hllE I~A ~ \ iIJJIfU J u uln
tatze. P R _C ES_ EA 0Sg T R II _N
Cures Winter Cough. 400 ARE RErNDERED HOMELESS. W E 8T S 1 1)E SQU A RE, EIE O L M R I
3.KE(+iover, 101 North Main street, 1-0 rs anSrel..%E O L ,M R
Ottawa. Kato writes: "Evory fall itBig F ire In Lumber Distr.ct of Wis. Abstraets 4,f Tw il..mii ftil iifsirgiaii rufr~u d repardit lands istho
has been mny wife's trouble to catcht aI conson Destroys Property. efiunty, 'her tmosvilro- -r is. usd Ito this etunty thirty ye-ore aaUl
severe cold, and there-tor- to cougth allIl clnir i',O -Ir I on ft 1Presuai PATh laOR





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THE GAINEiLLN84UN: OCTOBER 9, 1905

FromSaturdays Daily Sun. WO EBtlOVE Mi Delia Jolly, who is teachinI
J. L Medlin and son of Meredith FRECKLES AND IMPL school at Rocky Hi, is home to pn
were in the city yesterday. Sunday with her parents. Mr. ar.d Mrs.
COUNTY COR NSED1 Dr. E. H. Pound of Jacksonville has M. E.Jolly.
returned to his home after a visit to NJ. A. Kinf and son of Orange the family of his mother here. I A D.LA Heights were 9 the city Saturday.
h ers of ItSInterest ath- o.e Thomas, a progressive farmer THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFI L Mr. King is one of the leading citiered by Our RepOrters. of M'onteocha, was among those who zens of that section.
paid Gainesville a visit yesterday. J. J. Donaldson, one of Waldo's
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Miss Josephine Douging 8f Haw- most progressive young farmers, was
-thorn has been sending a few days itn in town yesterday qnd made The Slin
What Has appenedand What is Going Uainesville this week, visiting her an agreeable calI.
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs many friends. Sick headache is caused by a disorSo That ,He Who Runs May Read" E. H. Smith of Tioga, superintend- dered condition of the stomach and is
ent of the Oommer Lumtber Company's qbiekly cured by Chamberlain's Stomit in The Sun. naval stores interested, was a business ach and Liver Tablets. A UTU IN :-: STYLES
Sten -' P .' Daily Sun. visitor to this city yesterday, Edwin Reese and sister. Njis MargaBetes fr syrup-pints aad quarts. For Sale-Store a aro lot, suit- res, and Misn Elizabeth Mathews of FOR MEN
A, Vidsl A Co. able for general moreausodise. An old Tacoma formed a trio of visitors to the As shown in our new Sh w stock. exR, G, Bxss and son of Evinston were established stand. Most' be sold at county capital yesterday. hibit some very desirable shapes In
In the city yesterday. once. Cheap for cash. Address H. G. C Tyson and son, R C., were in the Patent Leather, Calf and Kid. If your
Chase. f. Dell of Hague was a visitor A., High Spring@, Fla. city from Hague yesterday. Mr. Tyson dorupa n akee psu o furdy, doul a
to Gainesville yesterday. Col. J. G. Nichols has returned from TM NADINOLA GL made the editor's heart glad with a re- sole style that is neat. but very subMrs. Winnie Farrell of Hague was his summer visit to Green Harbor, (Formerly advertised and sold m newal of his subscription. atantial. Something lighter for indoor
shopping in the City yesterday. Mass.. his old home. Mrs. Nichols and ... SATINOLA. . George Beek, 0. P. Cannon, Alex wear-while oor Dress Shoes are mar.
W. T. ihesnt, the merchant of ArM Alare still In the North, but No chance in formubs or lackaue. The name Danghrey, .1. 8 Crown and S J. Fin- ls have a large line of Men's Work
redondo. was in the city yesterday. are expected home in a short time. only h" beenchaswed to avoid o0nfuion, as ney were among the Rocky Point visit- Shoes, which assortment it will pay we cannot afford to have so valuable prepara- or to Gainesville yesterday. you to examine.
8, Roberts of Micanopy was trans- George P. Morris of Waldo passed toncontuased with ny other).
acting business in'this city yesterday. through 'the city yesterday en route NAINOL somarseedandmoneyiJ Iev.sodMrs. FrancisCraighill are refu ne SZIr ercat
E B. Godwin of High Springs was home from Fort White. where he has I to remove freekieh. vImples. liver-spots, col- rejoicing otvr the arrival of a fine boy North Side Square, Gainesville, Fla.
heenforthepuroseof nsttutng: lardiscoloratons~black-heada.dltsaur eru>) at their home, which arrived yettertransacting business in this city y been for the purpose of instituting a atonst. ee. The woret caehso Idaes. -aves_
lodge of Rathbone Sisters, a branch of the skinolear. soft. healthy. and restore. the day. Friends extend congratulations terusy. the Kg beauty of youth. C. E. KenLand has returned, from
The friends of Mrs J P Hanknight h Kights of Pythias. Price 60oents and s1 i0. Sold in each i G. T. Kennard of the HinIer ManI- Campville arid other points in the East
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crawford of by all leading drumsitit, or by mail. factoring Company left yesterday for End, where he ham been for the past finre t to e n th feve i Montbrook, Aart Jewett of Waldo. the West End, where he will remain
fined to her hod with fever. | few datys onl business.
M. McRae of Starke, II McL. Grady National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn. for two or three days in the interest of fMrs. J. Ap MElvey hes returned of High Springs, E W. Millican of Sold In Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford that company. (has. W. Wells of Alah1a, Waniel
from a pleasant visit to her brother' Waldo and C. Brinkley of Cyril were & Co. and J. W. McCollum & Co. Miss Mira MMillan has' returned -al of Newberry and D. L Williams
Jam# K. Shawat Quincy. visitors to this city yesterday. from an extended visit in Philadelphia of ths
Bea Island norton of the best grade Mrs. Anale Weeks of Judson, who A letter from Mrs. A. P. Morrow, and New York City. She reports ade- saine hille yesterday. Mr. Williams
is bringing four tail a half Cents per has been in the city for the past few who is now in Philadelphia, bears in- lightful trip on her retiuru voyage sa Jhly rocil schodMs pound in the reed in this city. days as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P formation that she is enjoying her from New York. Thain Jolly, prinial, ope ed Monday
Wantd-Lady to teach in private Carter, left yesterday for Newberry. visit greatly. Ier son, Hugh, has on- W. F. lines of LaCrosse was amnng i t largest erollme t since the
family. Ono who can teach music She will be joined by her husband, Dr. ered the College of Ihysicianse and the Saturday visitors to Gairmesville
preferred. Address Rox 82, Orange L R. Weeks, and after a few days Surgeons at Baltimore for the second He is an old friend of The Stni and Mishoolly is aithe popular with paHeigthts. dawl spent at Newberry they will make their team, and is also well pleased. Col. took advantage of the opportunity to trons isn pu iuil.o
J. W. Grant of Meredith. H. L. home at Willeford. Morrow expects to leave for tbe North renew his subscription. %V F. Harri, a prun~mirg young
Merry of Micanopy, 3 C. Sheffield and C. W Batikoight of Archer. one of in a few days, and will join his wife. Miss Claude Bradley, who in engagr1i man of LHirom was in the city yes. P. arle of Lake City and V A Pace the leading merchants of that progres- Wm. Adams of Windsor was among in teaching in Jackonville, passed tnrlay. io ,ailed at The Sun office of Lohloosa were among the visitors sive town, was transacting business in those who came to Gainesville yester- through te city yesterday on route and 11@ hld a t The cf flatothis city yesterday. this city yesterday. Mr. Baukntfght day. Mr. Adams states that Hatehet to her home at Wacahoots, where she nchdow luminary by renewing his sub
LAISOR Contracts, just the thing for states that the cotton is coming in Creek bridge is in a very dilapidated was summoned on account of the ill. f Mr. Harris stateit that the
tarmerb and tnrpenLine men, W pet slowly, and from what he can learn condition and that it is dangerous for nee of her mother, Mrs. R S. Brad- farmers In his sectibs are busy now
dosen, $2 for 0, or $8 per 100. ash from the growers he believes the crop teams to cross. The timbers have giv. ley.
harrestinK their emop*, but lar la
I hand ,with order. Address, THE will be abotit one-third short. en way, and unless the county coM- Miss Flora Farnsworth, principal of very Fearee. Ile is paying $1 26 per
UN, Galaseville, Fla. J. M. Manning and son. Miller, left minsioners do something in the latter the Rocky Point school, is sending haridred to eottonl pickers, and finds
Atsore'y J I. IIers has returned yesterday for Gracy. where they wall of repairs very shortly the bridge will Sunday in the city, q guest of Mr. arid it difficult to secure them at that.
frem Tavervo, where he has been on spend a few days as guests of the for- be gone. Mrs. W. 8 Higdon. The school opened
1ftonal business for the past two me's brother, I. C. Manning. He re. 0. W. Harrison, a progressive farmer Monday with an enrollment of twenty- Mr. Donaldson Improving.
5 th days. The Circuit court is in cently sold his property to this city to of the Hague section, was a visitor to five, and the prospects are verAen- Wakldo, Oct. 6 -The friends of Mrmaion at Tavares now. other parties and will soon make his this city yesterday. He brought a load couraging for the term. D1E Donaldson, who has been very
Miss Lena Jones of Georgia. one of departure for Franes or Palatka, of tne sweet potpose which were sold @ Note Heads and 100 Enve- ill and was operated on for appends.
Use eMoaleat teachers of the Empire where he will in future reside. to J. R. Emerson of thse Oafh Orocery 2 V lopes with your name and citit by Dr. Hodges of Gainesville last $itt of the South, has soeepted the Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. 2, 1. Company. Mr. Harrison states that business printed thereon, delivered to Tuesday, will be glad to know that he Beews school aor High Springs and 0. F., held a moss interesting meeting the farmerAsf his section will lose any part of the United States on re- is improving rapidly. le is receiving 111 open the same Monday. lst night. This branch of the Odd heavily on potatoes as well as cotton, ceipt of $1.25. Ossh must accompany close attention from Dr. J. M. Boring,
friends of Chas. C. Warren, who has Fellows Is reeiving high favor, and is as from on'-third to one-half tbe erop order. Positively noeredit to any one. the attending physician, amid Miss
been snufering from throat and face growing rapidly. The ladies in will he short. Address The Sun, OIsinesville, Fla. Lynn, the nurse, who report that be
disease, are very muoh gratified to see charge, Misses Gertrude Cushman and W. S. Nine has returned from Lees. Judge 0. J. Arnow and family are vilI be out again soon.
4de out again, and also *n learn that Nettie Robb. are doing a groat deal for burg, where he has been for the past now pleasantly located in their new
1 condition is very muoh improved the lodge, which is appreciated. few days setting up a bottling plant home, 401 South Oak avenue. recently The Seventeenth Saturday.
Sarrarty deed and mortgage blanks A. E. Morris and wife of HfiuL forthe Leesburg Bottling Company. Completed. It is one of the handsom- Saturday was the sevent-enth con'for sale at this office. the foarm uasal in Springs were in the city yesterday. Mr. Nine is a praeical bottling works eat and most conveniently arranged secutive Saturday of rain. Two good Alashes county whihaves money in -Mr. Morris is the otelcent yardmaster man, and understands every piece of houses in that actionn of the city, and showers visted ths senison, though not
ording. $2 pqr huuidred or 600 Mr: of thae Atlantic Coast ine at High machinery which gos to make up a the genial Judge's friends are congrat- of long duration.
dos*Ai by rail. Oash must seconaspaty, ?4priup., and he, with his setimnable first-elass plant lie state that the ulating him. Teeme oigt ls a
order. dawt. wife, are on their annual vacation, plant he has just installed, though not I~epuay 8beriff J3 H. stranger left beenl one of the wettest in Alaches
II. L. Black, for some time maanau'r! They left in the afternoon for Jackson. as large as some, is up-to-date ad yesterday for Tampa, where he went county fur tmauy years, with. the result
of the plant of Padgett & lick; naval ville, where their will spend a few days modern in every way.toakchrefaprsnrbthtathefmrhssufrd
.S tores operators at Hague, is nows lo- with frisaids. Gaineeville is* ll bouding lan a com. name of Whittle, wanted in this
eased on the new puricihane as High- Sheritr leniell and Archie Jackson mercist way. New stores have btwo county for larceny. Whittle, who is a ttent blernci that of are veslad, which io one of the most es. went oin a cat hunt yesterday mornitng. going up $or the past year, and map to white man, was arrested by the soj- te fre lprryth nest or 20achw t***ive to East Florida Mr Black ,o and wheii ab'hort distance frota the the present times there has been a thoritie tn Tampa under austructaions yotear lararytontaid for eaeb S a competent arpientinei man ehy th.e dogs jumped an immense oat. ready demand-i. faet, before the from Sheriff Feanell yeat~rl s5h l ubscribedfrs r ot
P B. GOdfrey, ca~iler oif the tanik "f'-r an neting chase the animal was builidisp were completed they were Miss Daisy Weessmard leaves today hbe paidlfurth 19tde Susiers ewho ,ot Aachus, wassa b'usinens visitor tor billed It was one of the largest leased. Among the latest stores are for Mayo. where she goes to take the aeeentaitledovoepa persio cneh
Gaaville westerday. Mr. Undfrey enat treenty, tilling the bwam at the three on East Union street masaement of1 the astract offle* of bandasovoe opnscne
Reports business fine with his bank, the. forty-ss poosuiit*, and measuring five now being erected by J. P'. poankhs. W. E Baker. .11is, Waetgaard hassoi.
deposited e showing that the people of fees from iip to tip. These stores while not a large* as many friends in this eity who are The Twucer-a-Week Sun being entithat aentona art prosperove. notweth- son, are very desirable, and will no gratified at her good fortune iuo ***- tie.d to permit the casting of 20 vote
e aeditng the advers' eodii..n of sh REAl) THIS. doubt find ready restal ata fair prie* curiegsseek an important position, but in the free library contest for seah
.ottn crop. Frwmv. .somdrgy's Ikat@ Sm: wtil miss her from their midst. pearly subst'rption i'aid for, the
Mr and Mrs (Chas liaetor McKmnstry Me"ia 't s li ec 2'4, tha0 F. H. Hale of Itobelle was sein N. A. Callisorn. manager of the ladles of Kirby Smith Chapter,
turned list aight frinm their wed. I'r. K. W. Flaall '4 lai. Mo -Ikar in the city peeterday, Spring lark NSook Farm Company, U I C take this method of noti.41eg trip and will tl ield to weloome Sir: Having tried differeant doeesr T. Joans of ltoky Poles was trd Beanington, was a busione visitor to 'Jil those who lay their subscriptions 'their friends at the homes of Mr. al and their remedies for several years tas to the eity 1estuday. the city jesnerday. \fr. Callison his pr;or to 7 o'i'lock k, a. of October Itb, Nrs J F. McKinstry, Sr where they f u n inIaobn oguad Jos returned from Oeala. where Ite 19s or who have paid since June*I4bb
will make their hosane They nete nothing suaelsafoI until taking *The Fraek Jolly of Waldo is io the eity visited Marion Farm. owned by /^ 194. stat te* C'haper will grasly apLouokout Mountain anl other psonts to Tes Wonder." Hall's treat De~seov. to viet has bruth.-r. M. E. Jolly. Chamblins and others Hi eta,,** she t'** iat their s.ppont Should the
tTenaeea, anad altogether the trp ory, and, bweig rapidly cured, the oldJ W. 17. Holder o'f LaCrosse was bosi- Marion Perm Is omne if the th n :. 5: chapter wit ho taitrary the referencee
proved a rinaet d. lightful one saying with railroad men as God bless ne** victor to this city yesterday. she Amb tink.swal, be given to the Gainestille
S'ott & lParaer. ownecrs and opera, the man who invented the luilleaua Areh Hlague. tfthe statkan by that I will e wia o':r~y new millitery HEth Whool. where there are badly
tors oif the flatue ginsawry. state that sleeping car." but I sar 'hod bile the name was trade g is the city Jestr. stoek as great y redund,'s pri.. .1 Peded. and the others to the El nital
thyaano rpre tti aet venter of liall's Texas HWooder." day. n** fai nuer haee S the Aeic~meance Skmply write abe Muior
gi,. a definite repo'rt on sthe cotton You t. CLAaRK (gggggg Amsgeq gg ggggy weg Ig lat creat000 fri'ftsthe lasterr.y KauagyJT o ~~rvoe n
eituson 1he lu t.c:se. an faus thej MAR R.i R~. B e Mobile, .4a the eity )gessdy on a 'ists to rea. wolesa** houses of Par at.d ew aris ami greatly appreiate eame.
knowthatII vnot ell w* sort.but heMYork Salie will last al the see s ..
how maucsht t Iu h ilwl tie.o shast.e db A TEASWODE. ..t Jr90 & erf$$U H gn g IU Sloaday. th.t 546 Ir,.

slre rt be. soatt it their ets- 0** ssell tbattle of the Te*5@ Woas assetag bsea,.ees to this eity ,e*-1 euie brgaes orpirt D t
snw \toa -" hat'. have so f ar bee.n der. Hall's Oswas [Deeovery, enro e l **44. jMrs FT Mroirn#k D O NT
tinned as liaat* kiney and bladder troubte., remove Rev. MO C .or te of Minnoy to- 0 Fester abh r**.. a 5..s, --.mona the iro ni~eust r **os k gravel. eorw diabee. snt ern*ie* vered his Gasnewitle friends with a ussmnwso :*r.sl iL** vou .co ows nwaas
ma aq1I.aes tep s aons w**k aad latae tieeks. theame* ,vist yeteday twaeq ahipg sed msuesar someof ti P' *aS rm who nes a
piro. 'r of A.41e!ta. ad one ut the test tam and all ireegulart e o the kMl o'ste Artoe o' Miseaspy was as the df ewesdtrda ed t mhsredIt erwn r"u*t* t***ae as cg.sasw
all r nd feilows to the workd Mr. Sf7e and b&atter to teeth see- an aeey yesterday and pe****4 his sob-; nerpaceo* hadm. rc~se Jania ii!s Tau event or neeses, ame we
h'*at',. a bo i* a tprountne'a seems so- woe.arersatate bladder treable to '. onu to The Se shee. heehadbte, aneleit** Handbasiat-, ***weave ns,.wsa b
05*!) nan. leided that hts* ead adechildrea. If not sold by vear 4 ,im "@*6*,adw teaf*m amo~ ****.e se .a sve
the ire vrotent Protetive Ordee at wall be seat by mail as ,Sseapt D T. Eartihs sat 506, Wrwa. ( moses afl*tr the amalf Mr P '.er's JAMES P. $4ggyg
Ethe ao h. it sed *am* for the pur te small bank* to* aaths trea, w*** sse the Team talks who yin ,n @@ ath C5ra ifsuh ab VtPWB ADWLMS Fob"
poe* of he ng inated lete the asyste-9 mea a nd edm4s 4 ro lend Opleasevlte yerayaf siter. The demand has tas e ..4. L "
ales of shat 'nrdw les m ,ht Ne a* taserer, P 0. thos~ SW.t5. th*, ***NJ and n*ss tall Mr oricser msm
agra ful-ti edged.h E lk ea **ee ad foe aimam.d WgM e Ogo e beagged. wall enagasar e wa e e nsively a the 'Swith sayone. idrmgge. gag m aggg pgggga ima iggstag et this giss of M.