Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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\. y: Mobile. Sept. 21.-Dr. J. S. Goldberg elephants A hu-ton batch of mail

sat City Will Royally He rf the United States marine hospital President of the New York Life stuck on the Sixtieth street station. Freight Trains Meat II au-ca

., would have missed the train at Uu
service who was detailed to Inspect tONE
k':1.Jf Belie Chief Executive. the health conditions of Mobile. left Placed on the Stand. I Grand Contra station laat nigh. Passenger Telescoped

'r.r....;: this morning for New Orleans. He received The trouble began when a large: mal:

) haw ,CASES AND 4 OCATH5 orders last night from Surgeon MONEY WAS GIVEN TO CAMPAIGN wagou load.-d to. the top .swung dow MAN REPORTED K....tE;

'1'1.: General Wyman to proceed to the Cres. aixth avenue and ventured a shar;

"':::0.,.. of a Number of Large Con- cent City and aid Dr. Rosenau In his Company Fait tfan Big Salary to Look turn at the corner where street repair While Information Regaromc ? ecb

: bacteriological examinations of the fever had left a trip of .,oft earth turnedto
nldoei Have Been Extended-Fair After its Interests In the New York Is Meager But It Is Supposes; ('II,
mud the rains. A t
germ. Dr. Ooldberger expressed sticky by recent

;...;.,th-r" Continue and Every One himself before departing that Mobile"ature-aellcvcd In Gold Stand. new driver employed In place of II the Engineer of One of the f t.

that the Worst Is Over. had no fear of a yellow fever visitation and Theory. striker was on the wagon and wa Trains Overlooked His Order,'.

,--rtJ, ) \ saying the health of the city Was re accompanied by a policeman. lit c
tw(tOrleans.. Sept. 21.-Up to noon markable. New York. Sept. 21- -That :%3.000ha. :; urged the horse into the trap and the Reno Nev.- Sept. 21.- 'I


Mtiwr and 4 deaths. Insurance company to Andrew A. 11am.lltoa. gathered and broke three heavy: rope man. George 'V.reman. Is* "i
of Albany that no accountingfor result of terrible hen t t-. 1
,4 in their efforts to help the horses. a a

Orlean Cc>t. 21.-: -I-'alr weathirra. this money has been made exceptto Then the policeman had a happy between two freight trai-'-i t
Ian Is Now Serving Term In German
_ .. again the lot o: New Orlvau Prison President McCall verbally and that thought.:. He sent a messenger to an Southern Paciac road folio .

i';;;,little change lu the fever Uua- New York Sept.for 21.Robbery.-A New York Hamilton attend sessions' of the legis- amusement house nearby and asked rtur-end collision:: between:

,here. lature at Albany In the Interest of the for the service of the performing ele, trains about 9 miles from > t
state detective will nail for Germanywilhln
e work of sanitation goes nt udlh. New York Like Insurance company phanta. Four were hurried to the between ti and 7 o'clock last i i ,
a few days to bring back to
?;o The nightly meetings to eclate this was brought out today b ytestimonygiven scene in charge of their keeper evening. i
country Henry Jo.. Hardy who
last by Mr. McCall before the Itgta. 'l'l1T from the .
the masses terminated They were harnessed to the aides t'k. r< :' ,
for the last thirteen has been
k. but special meetings continues the Inmate of German years prisons. taUnt Insurance investigating commit of the wagon and jerked U out of the onto was caused by one Ctl i inttra

be held in the factories. tee.Mr. mud with Indescribable ease, while on the freight ,j
Hardy is to be brought back to serve
;lpyery. year, largo numbers of the McCall said that the various the crowd cheered. part: his order.

.. ekerll' excursions are run intoIslana an unexplred term of 12 years in the sums making up the $:::;,()OO paid to Early In the evening a crowded Mat An effort was made to is
Clinton he
from which
prison escapedIn
.. Many were planned for this Hamilton had been given him In con.n'Unn I Leon avenue electric car crashed Int coming passenger trains A :
1890. lie I. deelared to be of
one t
PajiseuRtjr Agent J, b'. Merry.the with different real estate deals a large mall wagon at Fifteenth street cess for the entire section
the most clever bank thieves
;\. Illluols Central, bus written the ever but Mr. Hughes, after considerable and Union Square overturning the though a moment later the: '. '
known In this Alter hU escape .
ar7 of agrlcultur'' that they willocarried questioning develop. d the fact that vehicle. The strike breaker driver anda lion bad! to be in chars; "' i I.
ho la alleged to have robbed twoCanadian
out. but that the t1n.a ofrture none of the money had been actually policeman by whom ho was accom Hobs and Fireman TKu\ t

has been advancetl to the banks. of 97.00O and was next applied to such deals Mr. McCall also panted( << were thrown into the street into the first section.
beard from In the life
d half'of November. said that Mr. Hamilton was allowed Both were e\erely injured. The motorman The engineer und Flrinia
of "American millionaire" ho
J.11" an as money to Influence any member of the wa arrested. ported among the Injure'. :
r Hunting the was called at a fashionable hotel In \
that he advised such
legislature or plate: details are lacking.
.1 tnv'estlgatlons with a view to the dl. Frunkfor- n.the.M&ln. A Ikulen-Ua-
course. The 1235.000: : Mr. McCall sal.l! Democrats Endorse I Independents. I'iosiclan, nurses and ; j
of ti of yellow fever den banker him
-17 igorna : recognized us the man
he was sure it would be paid by Mr. Philadelphia Sept. 21.-The "Clt, addition to three wrecking ,
ntloueM at lie. JCnH'rgoucy bo"- who hud stolen cash
( from his bank
; Hamilton on demand of the New York Party," a reform organization held III novv either ut the scene or
Land. the deepest Interest U noWae4 to the amount of $::".000. IIi was at
Life Insurance! comj>',ny.If county convention today In the Academy it to render aid to the ant >
by the medical fraternity Imprisoned the German author.
once by "
it I Is not. ald( Mr. McCall.I'm of Music for the of nom.'work of the local bacteriologistsDr. ltles" and his time la now expiring. purpose
responsible I and I'll pay It. Hamilton mating candidates for sheriff coronet List of Injur'ed.SaU .
: R< received for legal services It Is Bald. and two county commissioners on the Like, Utah. H.-p>. I t to
k eight autoprfiea have been holdshe would be brought back he ban written
about $100,000 H year from the New opposition to the Republican nominee patch to the Herald from ( ,
ho pltl In connection with they..U.a.Uona. letters to the state superintendent, of "
York IJfi Insurance company.. announced last Saturday. The nom gives a partial :list of ih,' i
the results of which prisons asking that he be allowed to
On the subject of the New York LIre nee named by the convention It i! the wreck on the Southern i I'
*,to be published when the fuvor lit remain In Germany, The authorities .
Insurance company's cnmpaLl.Kn'contrl.. announced, will be endorsed by the Utowawe. Kiev. as follow! '
have refused his .
to petition.Medlc.1
rGenerally- grant buttons in rrcect presidential year*, Democratic county convention to be Miss Adelaide. Davis of 1'I ;.
the fever situation la r< -
\. Mr. McCall said they were' given for held tonight. The primaries of the left shoulder breast and :
both In the
rded aJi encouraging, Association In Session.
the purpose ur defeating the silver city party were held bruUrctMima .
on Monday
DU7 and In the city. In the coun- New York Sept. 21.-Blxty: fellow. nlg.h ,
platform and for the support of the and when the convention wan called to Annie Hlgg. St. 1.\t tloit ;
there are a large number of caao*. or the American Association of Obstetricians
'. gold stundtrd rather than of the Republican order more than 900( regularly elected side.
now that experienced yellow fever and Gynecologist and .
party. delegates In George Afchman. uun..1& i'l
were attf'ncalrp.
tips are In charge of each point of about :200, other physicians attendedthe :; No .
slate has be n agreed and ed In knee, !lip!] head and' :iofVllllani
Uon, the fatalltle. are f*>w. first day's' session of the annual
Aged Actress Paralyzed.New one ward. delegation. 31 votes Is under \ Knox: C, Ica.;", n
i ;;;'Ita' fever Is practically w" li>!'.l out meeting; hero yesterday Several paper back and side.
York. Sept. 21.-Mra. Chariot instructions. The convention was
\ where it was worse than were rend all touching on partic.ulurly ,
Walcott one of the oldest' women In called to order by Franklin/ S. Dd- Miss Isabelle I'hllllps.\ Stun
any point In the state. Nearly unusual phases of the dlseaeesand .
tho American stage piofesslon was mends chairman of the city commute Tex.: bruised! on head and !I.
el'7bod7 who remained In the town operations under dlscuision. I'n, ..
stricken with paralysis yesterday at of the party. Mr. *. Thomas Mason 1'au.
been sick. The people of Kent pens were read by Dr. O. II. Idbrrcht, !
her home near nhlneb ck. N. Y. Sb.Ras J.. (another woman) badly ih
""Wood LA., are In great distress and Or.V.. 11. Dorsett and J>r. Francis I
70 year of age and at last re. To Enjoin Insurance Company.New a.1!.
ftppeaJIng for relief. Owing to the Hfher. of St. Louts; Dr. William J. .
ports wa In a dangerous condition. York. Sept. 31.-A meeting was )1 r.V.. C. lIaise Kai: ; >
vary of two cases In a lumbernear Dinette, of Toledo; Dr. O. Werdor otPittMburg
Mrs. Walcott began appearing with held lat night of the executive (com! low a. Injured In abdomen.
Governor Yard am an 1> C. L. of Cincinnati
p there ;; 1' heed
her husband nearly 40 yearn ago and mlttee appointed last night of the IL C. Davis. Taborvlile. KI:/
"' protecting \
the MlMlssippt authorities will and oth",.. A banquet will be held
made her greatest reputation as a state committee of about head
permit the Illinois Central. trains tout&h$. .nbordln'l ..
member of the famous Lyceum stock ate council of the Royal I Iseveral :'lra. Fannie Dn>>ner. Mar +
Mississippi If they stop at the
company. Prior to that time she appeared eastern states It having been Injured about face and side
r: Of Keatwood. The tri ln. are, Grain Rat. Hearing Concluded.
for many years In the Walnutt decided to apply for an Injunction re- II. C. Drown. Chicago, ('11' :'
tlierefr.. not stopping there, and the Washington. dept 21.-The concluding -
street theater stock company of Phil straining the enforcement of the assejnroents cheek ...
:,l1a.e04'ar.. suffering for mall express hearing of the Louisville grain -

1/tjnatter sad auppllea. Appeals have rate cue was begun today by the inter adclp:rla. recently .enacted by the sup State Health Board Sup" *'
preme council, the member of the Si:
,, 1..a mad to Oovernor nianchard andthe -state comment commission C. II. Atlanta Sept :1.--T'h. .' <
W.nt Unattended to Pen. committee determined to begin t
proceedings of health U in i<,
,r railroad commlaalon.Manufeeturere' Compton truffle manager of the l..oul- supreme

Meeting Postponed. vllle and Nashville railway continuedthe Nashville: Teup., Sept. 21.-\V. A. Immediately In view of the quarantine local hoard a:'
Carne""' convicts In Lauderdale county fact that the n*-Tr rate will go Into ef und cannot be euperceded .n
testimony beginning the hearing
.< .Tae Meetlnff the Southern Cypresslhtnutacturers' of manslaughter' and aeatenced to feel<< Oct. 1. Application for an InJunction of vaccination sanitation anti
of s"v rHl weeks ao at Louisville.Ii .
association In prison arrived In will probably be made In thVnlted
ar1n j* have beta lucid' at Birming serve one year Such In substance is the U
for Oct. 11. haa been poat|oa* Nashville yesterday and went at once States court In Massachusetts ,
Judge John T. Pendleton a
ham. ulsvllltf and St. Louis
NOT. n. when It I* expected all and seterat thousand pages of teUtuoaey to *h.. penitentiary. lie donned the Another meeting of the executive com permanent the Injunction .c-

arantlnes win be lifted.Women's have [urea taken.Georgia tripes and went behind the barm.. At valttee will be held today the state board of health a.: .

ftt'itse! League which has haiV i Rlpley. rurfleld got the necessary" papers Atlanta board of health

..aueh to do with tb* educational caru- committing him to prison boughthis Veterans Reunion
Adjourn.. Interference by tl1.laU..r in
palpt during the exlstene of the f.*- University Opens
; Athena. Ga.. Sept. 1.The univerally own railroad ticket and came to Chattanooga. Tenn.. Sept. 21.--Jr11e quarantine rendered at t.
,er. desire* un ol.l..ntunU epeciallythank .
ti unatt nded. Itarneld's rasebee
Nashville .
of Oeor U opens this morning. In last meeting of the Society of the Ion of the hearing ye.t.
-Ito his .
I'rd..nt! lloosevelt for
the ttl M uctf of the chancellor Dean been In court several years. btba..lnac Army of the Cumberland at its reunion noon In other word, U' ,-
r'.*rflce to the city In Its great crlst .
been sentenced to serve :e ,
was In the nature oC a memorial erase to !interfere' In the :
David C. Harrow, will be in charge of service
rough' Mr Itohan Its It
\;'Wlll. ask for half AU hmir of the pres- .ffaii*. A tery lane number of new year on his first trial of its late president General If.V. ). tloa of through p*..en--* ..

Hoynton. and other members who being conducted bet-_
student- have arrltod And the freahman
*,Idea time In -tit* city and will haveJPr. -
Union Printer Enjoined.Springfield. have died daring the last Tht lines by officers of the *'a'e
; Kohnki. give !ils .iwstr4te lecture class being so much larger than year.
O.. i5pt.: SO,-An lajaao< afternoon at Saotfgraas health.
Hill the _
Mith. Information a. to hug the cam. the eophouiorv many of the Utter I
floe was granted the Cromwell Pub I Chlckamaaca battlefield the '.
n bAA ht**>tQuarantine\ 'unrtllcl"I have had their hair clipped. The at. member Many Poor Loans Were Ma
* tendance In all classes sod New l.-'b.
\ -- -- depart.meats York. SopC
/:} Analnst CI"c'"ati.Clnclnnall. promise to W las ..w.e thoaverajp printer stopping strike break|I II I I cavalry stationed at Fort Og! as they entered toe company'splant. on the military reservation.
era At
nigh *
s, s t :J! The nun of.ficer ,. .. ':tL1 to th* Mercantile I'
More than &0 strike breaker n '* all: be .
given which
wll '
.. I > wlta e#'
of Detrolt: who .rd4Pr..1ft rf paay In eoanc !oa::
have been caught Iky pickets and pat eto ,,"un!OIT'bf'
M society wll
quarantine minion fh, city on wic -'nnt Naval Commander. Meet. known a> "the Turathat
I test trains for other cltiex n. company suet here annually. leeaeforth. -
"\ ref the yellow fever ufffrera a .4ujc :." Guaabu. !**"".. Manchuria Mnaday. I thepayment* acre .
has two out of half a bu. .
<,.>e being welcomed. has been .w. Sept. 18.-Rear Admiral Jeen b.u BOW thorlty. eo far ad the r. rvucfety
'- tired- men at wor*. Fir Underwriter In .
wiled. to> ,1s1l"1ndD"'a' and make!' a. left \motOk. 8 p4. lC. oo board S* mn.Hartford. I disclose. became ilL"'

: ''*ronl taspectUm of tb. ntklaatioa the armored cruiser Kaeala. aocorap I II Ounn. Sept 21,-TB* ae*. when Pawl Vortoa.e pt......,D' .'

read eondtUo..' ni.d by the protected eruleer Uoc... I Prit.t.r* Win l" Albany' N. V. ion of the NaOooa" A* jeUUoa ofUnderwriter I l.ty. B *d* pabllcjeet >> a rip

\ 9'S. basal or heaUh, of thl. city ,** tyr and two torpedo boat ttroyer Albany N. Tw S p(. 21.-After, a today opee-e* with a* address I bmml. by bUn to tn

etertsy unlerwd'tltat every txr tHi CIMBlrMJlnnaUl to meet \le Admiral'' KejBletar the week's. dvnatoei tbe strike of the imaloa by & ,.. Wolf, covsolting ac.twwy director. Tb' *, er.o..c1. .

.. late treat "* ...u.. Jep...- CQIII......,...and coacfttd* the prtet e-a bers for aft $a-ooer day has of Xfw York oa TB>e life laswrancx la what Mr Morfwa refer '

7where yellow fever exists him&-. naval aintUtle, A party ot T eeoaU tssde with the yVildlag of all the I coapaay. from th. e. aila.r'svitw I Tarter Io*.s..- TaU luau,

f'"' hre,. he.M he r' oeired tu Ole with who passed oat oC. tTtei Rs alga Ue e $ KiateeAR,. have -.ow signed I -pBjtttt," .A.dl cvMiaa of Sr. , UM' imports s*** forth. .

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I I Five cases of cholera have been Ms DysuU rad ha',.

MOTHER JJEADgesr1t MAJORITY OF P IRS W8MEHICra covered In three localities In .the administration I r Vowel Treubles aat,6infl+IFaiM.any
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district of MarlonweMer. I .Aa.. Alrlt ti

PlnVnamls Advice. *... Many West Prussia < Qulstas the Scuds, y P
I Prom this Sad and Ooatly Bzperleno I the Child and
Adolf lied In. a parliamentary INE POV EfS
of Explosion of a DynamiteCap r-!er- t TC'FTNip m
of It la a aad but an, known as the father of the riks I' Costs Italy 25c at Brut-gists or mail 25c to C J.' Th TT 31 n St.Lolk

in lIaJads Boy. true I : fact that Jag, IIf I dead at Stockholm. He rep. i j, Mother I Htt.ito no longer, belt *.- *0 rt *cv-rft"and irrm,
every year resented Stockholm during thlrt>'- lx yo ur child, as t toutwncfg have don.., b 'Ivt theso powdelakr'r'I '
THURSDAY TRAGEDY brings an Increase a'ahlontt; I I ETHI'NA Is easily R/vcn and aulcAry couatcrcts and .
In the Ornes the efroctsof thosumnnor
'! s lrostupon
numberofopenttlona The Carnegie library at Portland l. tccthingahldr.n4"Stock +

Res it'nR! from Carelessness-Boy Was performed Ind.. walt closed yesterday owing to

Sinking Cap With Nail.When Thins upon women in lack of funds to support It. and it Is
our hospital probable that Mr. Carnegie will be
Hand Wa Blown
, and His More thanthree-

Off Exploded_His Mother Fell"Dead. Ao dvwl L k patients fourths of lying the* asked A to strike take was back the ordered< library. yestf:" in the Emma Gold Minet

.I. the ,...uh of the explosion of a ''on' those snow flay by the :Mattress Makers' union of .:
Reuben Anglin, the t..n- white beds are women and girls who New York for a ten per cent IncreaseIn
fD'of Tanner Anjcl'n.colored, are awaiting or recovering from operations -waR'FortT.fty4!' shops employ.Ing make.At the price t.iiny i I. the bot 'suit! ..:\ft.( *t itivtxtment p e".. t, " made necessary by neglect.
r lift jamfiilly wounded and dUfiguredfor Every one of these. patient* had COO men and wome nare affected. This mine i I. tinned and tiro on the dump. It i* not tn
hf>. and In the same home his plenty of warning- that bearing down I I The official bulletin issued at Her- nient. h.u. rate and .Ullml Investment rxperi.
Violet AoRlid. in a eorpe.' feeling pain at the left or right of the lIn today that six new of "'IIh every $Invested In stock
mother womb exhaustion In the says cases we will I".u.l it 3 per ,>Hnt Bold
The accident occurred about nine email ,of nervous the back lencorrhora pain, dLtsi- I! cholera and one death have been reported bond insuring the Investor from any po,,,sibl.* chance uf lo....

o'clock Thursday morning at the An. nerve flatulency displacements' of the from nOD yesterday to non today The gold bond. are All rate a* (lovemment Horn* ,

.ha home about three miles west ofthe womb or irregularities. All of these making the total 213 cases and "'" would like to hear from you if you ooul.l he illl.,1' | in a
'the'bolln some manner became symptoms are indications of svn unhealthy deaths first class Investment ab.oliitely safe, and nne with the briRnleot i,r').. '
. city condition of the ovariea or I75 peels and future of gold
. mis.sile I any nun ever opened CU' ,nuirerd It will
possessed of the dangerous womb and if not heeded the trouble ThE"lInot.. N. D., National bank bear the closest Investigattan end eve" would like to get you int..rested,
) which has brought .o much sorrow will make headway until the penalty failed to open Its doors for business to Fall particulars for the mere n.king 7

co his hom. He was striking thecapI has to be paid by a dangerous operation day. A notice posted on the doors
when the exploded and a lifetime impaired usefulness
I a nail same at best while in many cases the read: "Pending the action of thocomptroller RIFE. $c COFFMAN
the lad'sleft !
with terrific force results are fatal. of the currency this bankIs
I hand ro badly that it became n.c- The following letter should bring closed.** Brokers, St. Clair Building Marietta Ohio. '
: .uar to have the member amputated. hope to suffering women. Miss Luclla
JudgeV, J. Oalboun special! com
Adams.of the Colonnade Hotel Seattle
saddest and moat heartrending -
:: But the feature of the Incident was the Wash., writes: missioner of the United States in Yen- Send us u postal for t full format ion, Minos ;

of the mother. She was in the Dear Mr*.Vinkhamt- nezuela accompanied by his secretary within 200() feet of t tlid Emma huvo paitl as high ns
: death About two yearn. ago t was a great sufferer today went to Los Ques. Venezuela! ,
;1 house: attending to her regular dometie *- from a severe female trouble,pains sad where commissioner will be received 40 por e *nt. in ont \ air. Watch tho Emma Mine "'
duties, when the explosion occurred headafbe Tb*doctor nrmcribail for me and ami it** dividends
I finally toM mo that I had a tumor on the by President Castro.
s in the jard. Rushing oat to ascertainthe womb and must undergo an operation if I
'. trouble, she beheld her son in hia wanted to get well. I frit that thl was my .
death'warrnnt. but I spent hundred of dollars S -S ire
; wounded condition the blood flowing for mnlittU help but the tumor kept Despondent Man Suicides. - -- -..- ., . .. ____ .._a.
freely. With the utterance of ".flyt growing Fortunately I corrspood with Montgomery Ala.. Sept JM.-Sepa* EtJT.A..DLTB:
mD +
t an aunt in tht.N w KnglfUHi I Blahs and she r&ed, /rom the""Wife he loved IftOO. r
has been killed she pennl-
t God My boy "
aUvlnml me to take Lrd1: "K. Pinkbajn'a Vaf
/ stable Compound. as It waa said to cars tumor lees, and without employment, erased
moments *. I ,1.110, and Immediately" began to with overmuch whisky tired of life H.F.DUTTON&CO.>
1 Improve in bealth. and I was ...Unlyeu.r.s, !
. Anglin i i. one of the most Industrious the tumor dLappearing an In general: Charles M. Shear a young
r colored men in the eoanty. He has operation 1 wish every wring' woman man of Jacksonville. Fla.. took bJ* own -HKAI.KKN: : IN'j''
would try thin great preiwratton. life at the hoarding house of
Mra. Bag. is t
been for a employe
many years
i Just as surely' as Miss Adams was gett, on th. Woodley road In Bogushonra Sea Cc ttc :
z sur'
e cl Hon.V.. II. Robertson,eounty tressorsr cured of the troubles enumerated in i.
a suburb: ,The dead left
.. and It was at Mr. Robertson's. her letter just 80 surely will Lydia $. man I
a country home that the sad tragedy 00.t llnkham'K Vegetable Compound < of to"f'd womb troubles. Inflammation of the- nwn-t bye and bye and when this Leather in Strips or Sides. \; ,

. DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT. ; the ovaries' kidney troubles, nervous reaches you I will be then You ,... .
and nervous prostration.
r Mrs. Pinkham invites all young member 1 tried once before All I Manufacturers of thu James Doig Improved English.]
Dr. Adolph J. Vidal Passes Away Af- ask you in to tell my mother at 202
women who are III to write her for free Sea Island Cotton Gin and for '
ter a Life of Usefulness. advice. Address, Lynn Mass... Day street AH ever, your own Ch.&r-.. Supplies "

l'f.> Adolph J. Vidal for the past leT," GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, U 8 A: :

quarter of a century a resident of
OaineTille. one of the most widely HE WANTS INFORMATION. New Medical College for Atlanta. :

known citizens 'in this section died -- Atlanta. Kept XL-If* the plans now

': at hi. home shortly after midnight A Georgia Man Desires Divorce From' on foot are matured Atlanta will have, ABSTRACT* & REALTY COMPAN

1 Thursday September 21, of consumption Woman Who "Pester Him. probably In tlmn.' t the coming acbool :

r. A "gentlemnn" in ilenrgia i. rvi year. another meiHrul school of the v .
I'eceaied was in sixty-tlrct year, : dently "tied up" with a "Isdy" from same high grade a* the Atlanta College 1(2aoorpozvs.lerc'il' y

hiving,. been born in Charleston S. 0..1 whom he hue a great d*.ire for separa of Physicians and Burgeons, and with E. E. VOYLE. MGR. p

1y December 31, 1844. In 1859, when but I Lion a. the. following' letter to CaptainII. a faculty made, up of some of the best ,
known member of the profession In Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished regarding land. la tfclenuiity. .,:,
). fifteen! years of age be graduated at C I>ent m, whom the genileminsupposed Atlanta and Ueorrla Fur some weeksthere Our manager has lived. In this county thirty years and ,;
z. ChtrUtton College and went to Athens, wa still holding the office if Is thoroughly eonversant with land Ual... ,:
have been! rumors of disagree'went ,
I Ga where he became one of the in- clerk of the court will show t
among members of the faculty of
muetor He in the University of Ueorgia. "--. U.., Sept, 13 the Atlanta college, but It was learned E. IB.FIKK V a :x: LE.
" I'ft Athens to enlist in the Confederate "I)..", sir-Can a "n get adivurew yesterday that th.- relations between .
..1 army, and In 18 your a woman them were of the rnot pleasant character ACOIDKNT. AND INDEMNITY INHUItANCK. Rspre :
a Severe engagement. crazy on one certain subject or for and that the disagreement was senllng a numl. of prominent American and Kngllsh companies' I-
.fter the Dr. Vidal returned KBAL KMTATK AND CITY LOAKH. ',
war to
always r.
cruel treatment \ woman that l I. as to the policy of the medical college
, Charleston and entered the Charleston quarreling| trying to boss my GO..LXL IrV""iU-a! r e .H''Lor1dR M

Medical College, where he graduated business and letting her'. alone, In- -, . .

nth special distinction. lie went to stilling shows no re peot nor regard !

". Beanftuville. 8. O.. where he prac- for my feallnjj, as if I had nun? I CASTOR G. S. MERCHANTS &, C o
' t'ced t.i.. profession' for six years, butnnipHled
' "ThU woman grows A wu.e.rfor '
w. -. to come to Florida forifceUrnftlt For Xafaats and Children. KsWtllera and Jobber In
a X> of yeres. quarreling to a grit. ,
of his health. lie settled extent day anti nit. no peace to be till KM YM Have Always ...|.1
J in 1881 and opened a with her I one land. .t rented another Staple and Fancy Grocarias
trsg: brumes* here which :
occupation Beam the
'. i. ba since followed pease A bectuso L did she rubb her ". .
oontiouously. in face A told thre Signature of '>;
t>ecnue was a consistent Christian my my youngestont rain. InrOuseal. and... Farllllzaraa ,
e to Jum on me and air m" a good ,

t fctlemsn W"r in the and 1're.byterian bad been Church.for years Up an besting .\: many thing simul.r. _. SOUTH Hill?; HgUAKK. i OAINE8VILLE. ,WHID& :'

y to a few weeks ago when his falling "Th. reason I write to you I sup peas More Money Than Neded. Highest market prlae paid for Ohl....... Eggs and other Prudose.
....Ih! : you know about the dlvoar laws In .,
21.-11 has
prevented he was a regular at- )Montgomery A a HPt

t.'hr.t at every service of the church Jour State. }:Sty I.f."ua.hun you glv been discovered thut the H70.0OO appropriated A Complete stuck of Hay. Corn Oat, (lour, liens, Meat Cost'e,, rtoesl
ltd< Q.' member commanded higher m. will thnnkferly, reed. A I will br the tale. and raised by and Rye. W. handle oalr the VKRY BKHT: goods at she f.OW. t

kI>,<" and esteem from the eongrega- pay you bak all your expeucw and fur taxes for the old confederate soldiers' CRT PRfCKA. and guarantee "".f"on sl-af*. )a '

': 'I! )lI. your trubble. pensions will more than par the premium '- '-. -- -- ,

I. r rieral wan held from the church "by b,. Yore truly .. of the four <-l...e., fCO. f&O. 40

.t t "St.."1 rhnrsday requested' afternoon that the de-In- '0- sad sent|back 30 .af' the by tr-aury iciooo, which will M THE ALACBUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO., lip! ;!;

' Like Finding Mane,. .. il.t'TAI..r.I-t I
tee held as soon after hit de- -_. ,-. v ,
'*..<* *. rMsible n.... Thos. P. Hay Finding health i I. like fading money Noted rhllanthropist Ifcw (|ii.stlon r"
Ka 'h-cS the -so think those who are .IC'i k. When I oadua, Sept. 21 In John Thomas Uendars reliable "'Tier.. uf ovory .."ft along the line) 0fJ t
services, which were of Title the rADd Titles .la the Mtal of YIortda, p."la"
s V*'" 7 "tended, many' friends' of the you have a cough void sore threat. or &n.ardo. the well ko".n founder red" eo'tiiiyAW4r

tee1.ed( having gathered to show chest Irritation better act promptlylike director, of Pbllea'e.ropie Institutions first eoosid* '. ----- -5

th r **t mark of love said rsapeet.T W C. Barber of Hapdy l-vel. Vs. ty which over M. *'4).rpbaa waifs havebeen .rU'ULT'. ..rl. ..r flU i TunIllN. ,
th decorations He say* "I had a terrible eh"*t troubl rescued trained and placed owl .,.:.o. for
were numerous A..... for SesiIUl4s Lssd n-iM-mt lists of' heneafl. .
wt -Jtifol -, canned by smok and coal 1 lust ou la llf.. died tact nlM' after' a short lit .
The interment was In Ih'n..Io' ,. Tews.,11.1.: \ flr
!.'*''even CemeUirj.aodalarge num- my lung ; but. after finding ru relief ness. \tr. Ilarnardo! had suffered trvtaappe .,,,,,...,.,.,, a
\. I' iltcltl for .> 'r.. rears.
S r t -npanied the " SO their In other remedies I was cored by References t Kiri/ aiionsl I tank of Oalneev Ille. II. F,

.'i r'rt or plsee. The King's New Ihseuwry for consumption -- Dullest A Co., U.nk.,.,
s''* sod eold." Greatest sale Attacked ht a Mob
N'r*. O, Matheeon, J_ ||. Jar- coughs

T"., >: Ilf"'Om.I. B. MausKfers. of any coo eh or bag medlein* io the .\o beaten In a I.'i.v slut. uatil ""'ov'f --. . ,_. .- -- .. .. ,
j 11,4..nd L. !S. Means. world, At all drug store } AOe sod 11. I ..f.- with s4r... a ( rn..... *l .w, ear .
.. Trial bottle fre i X.t..bl1Mnec1. 109as ,NBAIEIE1
: r v -J i. survived by a widow and I -. .p.IWo' It..ttl.a.. . Arakstaltc

Jr-n, Adolph John ElloI... I and use aooa .-ij n.t s*..l well... "I ?
r "rre and To '. three brotht n. o..u.- "' < :aFOU-T'I'O: & 00 ,
) Bbe-TTf>ey say that persons of apps I u.. It la my fstn, 'Ir' a.riie l J. :
"-...' t<*sisters*. to all of whom lb. ett* qoslltte make the happiest mar' W.kb of TeksMMha, >h." 'snd floeS .itperfect. \

e<( J of the eeoanioalt/' extend* ria..... He-,-"Jba r. why I'm looking ." flimply fur cols sad

rOlf,a girl with mosey' I burnt, Oalylteatsr d,
55 'tIcal tart..sry.L =.:d. .. . ._, ,---------, -, -.-- -- -.,
1. -"- ------- fase. .'
r apt, 2L-1A. Onabal prieo t,\

..;:: M-ked darter tte aic&t and .... 1 be cJoc- \;;
< ' leads, .. .-...... .. ............, ..._agssgn W el..w ".. i R (.;! '
1. IS at 0. local The.ctucdaad .... ......... ...................................................:ii"l. .?
' &4r1taUoli w'w. Tsl.ased. cried San........ The Sanape-,.-....s .s.4 I........I. .....,... ..........-. ii"" r'..';
'i' I tbttsg twIp rs s..Mrt ? .....ta I Ii .... .sos... a rr.
a.. Ttrelats( sad- a ruta ... ..... rich red bls.d. ;
were kADad ...i. ... j
falls .
(_. s .,
-... were:wo a t.fa -r-.c..tsar aas..11. ./w'. awes; ..... a... .. a ,, 5 .

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PROCEEDINGS :,llcK hut.'Tak.laC' Osotxralahm Today, -ri-ie' HOICE OF MATES.1rttaelal .
.s\ . and XOZ Ctire JBcgrina Today, A GREAT
aa Transacted by This Body fOf"tthe' : ...rt_.... aetettena H..
01... ..... R..1te.
Month *
,:. .,
tl*. No one know what types will be the
.low are pubi shed the of8eL1' pro- beat for survival In an unknown future

.' ling of the Board'' of I'bbIn., environment. We often see the extinction

action of ,AI"fObna'eOun&7\ for the of families of parent, whom EDUCATIONALMOVE1V1ENT

"ending SepL4t11.1903f, l' TA.4,..CHI ,........-rIta _....._- anT physician would Lave pronounced
\f.f.r&b" ;
,''ItJt&hl: )dlctnal Food PropeV.B Ideal, but their children lacked, ree at.

..MaruJ l Statement' :Of the Board of are Bin Very;-tnaT Quickly Healthy Realised.In Color. to c.Ch..k. *> ante to the Invasion of pathogenic or-
4 tPuft ISc InstruCtlon'Alachtu Coun- of th. Pnl and Sallow. tranlnma or there war some other defect
t la Strength to the Weak to which tuaJe them targets for
tty.,Florida forth Month EruJ the J.e:1 the Invalid- easy
f'' I t in Tonlnit up the System of ConvalcoOfnim climatic causes of physical decay. !
t 'ng.8.ptj,4,1005.1Igpaf3 from ExhaifktlnK Dlaeaaca On the otber band we quite often .
In Cleanwlnir the Syatenw
U. Wlenges.. Clerk Circuit In .NourUhlna' the Wor ->iit. find that parents below par physically

a ,;..Ogartr; :Alscbua County Fla. Faces In Itoumllnr of Children.Out tb, Thin Peaked have line famllle The curious union

'I',1D: compliance with Section 2, DulMlntr up on 'thetr Uttte Bodle wblcb take place must be the result of

pttr 4d63L Law.of Florida, we here.diwhlygu tlll.n In he.lrnbie Dotting their Pink cheeks and White with tile Flesh Pretty and lawa such as we find In every biologic A Magnificent' Library Worth $500
the following Itemized Color and .Dimple that make Mother' phenomenon. Man baa the name tn-
Heart Glad. stint found In lower unlmala to select
jof'th: moneys received and Xa an Atttltfot O.zOvr.aI01f fee a1Disease.! ._Cavaed 7 a mate who la more or less different Offered Free of Cost !

'and:" warrant Issuedduring .*"... ur. to Cold aDd:Wet. from himself.

. ending Sept. 4th, 1903 To prove Its Medicinal Food Marlt a ftbould like types mate, their common -
' :; Trial Bottle Free by MallWill characteristic maybe'
Treasurer's Report. ao exaggerated
r.t'; .....t< be sent on request. Write tor, letteror ,. ''
." ? aa to be harmful and the line SUN Should
Something Consider
(ih ascstlws1906.1Balanee postal card to > Realtors
i' 'r. petiab. It la an I nut I net of those of
OzomoUlon Co. Pine St. New Tone.
last report .$6018 GO .98 ,
livedfrom'. Comptroller All X>rua Ita'-Two *!.....60c. and L. great Intelligence to marry those of

.'Speetal 3m 151 83 less than the average for the offspring

td from taxes,"6m' ".. 472 39 A HAPPY MARRIAGE revert to the better average.. It la ,very Read the Following Details Carefully;
Id from Dickinson. evident that If we try to Improve the

r:taxes 1904. I5ni . . 3)2r1 race Intellectually by the marriage >f
e4 from polls . 10 00 N. J. Lewis of Newberry and Miss like types we will violate the natural the Beautiful
from special 8m. 64 81 Alice Blanton United. law upon which o'ur"pxa.tence la baaed. Mystery Surrounding DNpiuc:

$lona eel from... .Comptroller., . ... . . 163 29 The parlors of the Magnolia Hotel been Artificial tried matrimonial though the results selection were dis baa W. HYDE'S Window Revealed in the follow ,,

.r'tt.J,; -- was the scene of a wedding at
{ pretty a.trouL-AmerlcDn: Medicine
.:.tTO&Ie' . .. $7072 59warranlssurrendered 11 o'clock Thursday morning, when N. 'I A number of our entttrprising mer- ; execution which examina "ill

I.,. 1687 77 chant have arranged what' will prove prove.
J. Lewis of Newberry and Miss Alice
"j. ,
HIS "KINGSMAN." The conditions of the court,'.,
: ,: ac. . . . ,'. . . .. $584 82 the accomplished daughter of Mr. and to b" a moat interesting: contest between follows: Any lodge, ohuruU r "artt.
iii -- Mrs. S. I. Bfaoton. Forest Grove took The Silk !f_lc__hl.r Were %>y the the High, School Twentieth club,'hospital or orK uiiatii>i> .Uie
;;. WARRANTS ISSUED. I the sacred and solemn vow whIch t
k.f1 .. i' White Teachera. bound them together as man and wife. Speaking of London costermongers, P. O. Elk. Volunteer Firemen: . Votes for individual. will not l.e t.urn,.
ed. With each 10
kIn) No. 7, Annie Flldes $30; The ceremony' wa performed by Btayltew say. : "Tlie man .wbo doea sons. W. U. W.. K. of P., Gainesville ticket will be given by cent the |purctae inrrcktati t

Dings Lake No. 12; Mary Dudley I.ev. F. 111. Hartman of Paradise in the not. wear his silk neckerchief Guards Kirby Smith Chapter or J. J. through whose liberality (hv..> !grand
JD;' Trenton No. 16, Josephine )1.b' .,* presence of a'few frlenda. klngsman.* aa It Is called-la known to Finley Chapter of the U. D. CJ.. or any libraries are furnished, nit wt.ici, wm!
Sawanne'e Ethel be In desperate circumstances." The church duuday' school, hospital nrganization be written the amount of the ptrt.he
970 19 M
> The Is of the
groom one popular neckerchief la more prized than any or Institution you' would wishto and the number of vote It, .
fetktns $40 1 Santa Fe No. l6, W. E. young men of the West Kod. He has other Item of his attire and a coster's own the beautiful library valued at chaser will write on the ticket i UK: f..r.,institution .

': UII taO, Georgia Martin $30; 'llloom.I. .- been for the past two years a valued caste la at stake If his klngMxnan be $:J'O. now on display' at O.V.. Hyde's. or organization fur wn c. tor .

I. No. 82, Willie M. McIntosh $18 76, employe of the Cummer Lumber Company not of the most approved pattern. THE REWARD will be .a magnifl* she desires to Tot.e. sign thrLt: i,.miand
en Johnson $31.26 Cannon No. 85: cent library.consintfng of 200 volumesof deposit the ticket in the UlUi:
; and Is held in high esteem by This habit Is derived from the ,
the standard subscription publication box In the store in which the!
*. Walker $30; Cherry Hlnk No. 41, his employers. The bride numbersher gypsies and doubtless dates from of the day as follow: The is made. pin-tai

: ,'E. McIntosh $40, Heeeher llatlrdge frienda only by her acquaintances.She some long forgotten oriental custom.It Great Chas. Dudley' Warner "Libraryof The standing of the Con h'"U.., ill

J Hague :-0.48. Hall Malphars$4Oj' ; la a young lady possessed of a most Is very curious that a taste for the World'. Best Literature 40 be published exclusively In rash :>: JB-:
similar colors prevail among the volumes Library of the World's day's" issue of The Sun until
n.ld No. 64, T. J. Lindsay $3O amiable disposition, and is greatly ad* ; O-'<
and Greatest ClassicsSO. volumes the 19O5 at 7 o'clock
ter Hindoos I gypsies cosiermongers.Red ; p. the
No. 67 Annie |30 HlcHlll
Guynn ; mired.
and yellow ore tbe favorite colon Angio-American Dictionary' and Cyclopedia remaining votes will be ciiMntfU and
_ No. 69, Leonora Flldes $30 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left on the noon and the oldest. Of thesethe lIter 12 volumes; Library' of Oratory I I the magnificent library awarded) i< the

,Dora Flldes $30j Townsend No. 61, train' over the Seaboard Air Line for choose his plush waistcoat and bla ', bf Denew 15 volume ; organization having the larKe, iiua-:
da Oreekmore $38 Dsrtram No..' Jacksonville Works of Balzac 30 volumes ; the Library ber of votes. The Sun will (ti.h tn
; and other points on the klnnman. the gypsy'' his breeches and
of Poets, 82 volumes ; the ,I each i".uu a coupon which will slut. !.
Agnes. Zetrouer $36; Union Grove East Coast and after his wife her ha\vl and the
a short honeymoon gown; World's Best Essays, 10 volumes ; History the holder to two votes that WLH* tx
.t JO L. W. Denham $00, Mamie C. will make their home at New- Hindoo his robe and turban. If a' of Our Great Commanders, 12 credited to the institution that i* written

a tl52. O 1 Hell No. 85. J. d. Ad. berry. fight occurs, the favorite colored article volumes. I I I on space provided for HIH: when
' of dress receives the greatest Each and of these bonks delivered the ballot boles ;
.$40. J. O. Adklni $40 JUIIe Lind. The Hun with other friends, extends every one to in tier
earn. The pugilistic curter ties bla are specimens of the best mechanical of the stores.
tao; Belle Lindsay $80; Rocky Hill hearty congratulations the hope ..
round hU waist his leg
klngtiman or
M, Delia Jolly $60; Willeford No. that their married life will be one of .
...t.Mary Hague $70; Dutton No. 00, unalloyed hepplness. comparatively where by the rule*afo.of- London the ring Tele It la I Voting Tickets Can b, Secured From the Following Merchants= : .

.JBarra $86; Thomas N. 91. An graph.

Turner $33.26; Perseverance No. LOW RATES Q. W. HYDE. w.. R. THOMAS.

'YJorenge' Moody $35); Ro.dO.ld No. Til. OrtarlB of Qroeer.Grocer The leading Dry Goods store. Voters, I Our Buggies Wagons Hiul tlarret
;T.J. Lindsay $30 J Townsend No. From "Jacksonville Fla., Via Atlantic appear In Hollnsbed's ChronIcle remember this i i. headquarters. ere th .best!' at the right puce ,end t
vote worth going' after t Our < 'reef
'.1,-'Maud. Creekmore $85 Coast Line 'Railroad. 1580. aa "groaaer." and In other. Marcus Endel. I department affords a 1I"h.lLJ| l >f >or-

l' Negro Teachera. mediaeval records It Is sometimes The leading Clothier" Men's Furnith- tunity' to vote.
37.OO ..bln.t.on.O. O., and return, written "enjrroMer," and was appliedto
er and Tailor of ,fslnesvill. W> sat W. S. Dorsey & Company
.: ;:/Freedom No a. Amy Davis $20; Lib. on sale daily to September SOih limited the splcvrs and pepperers wbo were iffy the most exacting demands of all. llitrk S.I't
The and the >
Mrty Hill No. e.E. L, Bagley, $16; MloMopy to October 31st. 1005. wholesale dealers In various spices Vwtes count here.Gainesville the strongest Grocery precinct. 7J> |wr .trt of
No. 12, two months L. A. Art that I is, who dealt en KJ'OI'I-In' large
$23 Washington, D. C., and return Furniture Company. your voting strength i.i with the i eneer
:,Mi |4Q; Newnansvlll No. 14, Williamt quantities as dlstlnjrnlflhod from 4re- meal serve, +aV r iticf.
on sale October $'h and g'h. limited to The big Furniture store, where you ; every you
October 1906 be extended
I 16th ; can to you
>..,:j iJ. Deltas $tO, Jennie. Otlney $18.78; : (]roct'''' company first adopted the cash or installments. Don t overlookthis pay the same.Gainesville I
.. 26th on payment of 60 cent. when the Co.
.;. word grocer In 1373. spleen valuable' precinct.L. Planing and Coffin
Uri.asNo.80 U. G. Williams
">_ $20; $26.36 Hot Sprln<<.. Ark and return ROil ;pepitervrs; allied -inMelves Into a. A glorious opportunity for r< ,trt,.-*
No. K I). MoLla Ta C. Smith.
Q. 81. : $2O ,
on sale, October 3d and 17th, limited to single corH>rutIon.-I Mulon Kxpress. tore to vote for their favorite t sa
/,' ;"egma'No.83, two mOD'.... J. C Jones Noeember30th, 19OA. The best and largest variety of Shoesin of wood 10 votes. Don't mi. theta

\iMO; Half Moon No. 43. two months, Sprains. town. We have the pair you want W. D. &. Company
OO III. Pagan
$40 Chicago and return, on We have the votes. Come and see u.
,yW. A. RoohelU $40; Whlttaker Nu. 15, Our Meats and Y Ketabr! ar- Its I
sale October ?31 and 24th limited to S. A. R"sdCiscoTex write*. March J. S. Bodlford Company. "
Ethel Williams I Voif h'r' -
November best the market
6'h. 1901. 11. lW lz "My wrist was sprained so The reliable druggie' A busy store
jT ft Sundries. $1086 Atlanta Ga., sod return on a fall that it was useless l ; and where the voting will be heavy. We Gainesville Steam: Laundry odlslips. .

;;"\J' >.''J. O. Kslluro, Interest, $13 82 ; it It sale October Deb and 19th limited to after using several remedies that falld have them.J. Give. Get us your work friend; are to do the .b t'.,.... ,

;"Weeks,!) mileage and per diem, $22: 40 j'Vf. October 23J. 1906.Corresponding to give relief used Mallard' Suow W. McCoJIum & Company. Take them your to our agency and jet ice ,

.,,J. Martin* nvtleage and per diem. low rates from other Liniment, and was eured. I earnestly The up-to-date Druggists.. The votes votes. Big Item. 1

$ 020: ; T..A.. Dok_, mileage and per points In State. recommend It toanrnne suQ.ringrom ,are here. Come see us. A. M. Cushman. I

+ 1sut, $M j II. A W. 11. Drew Co., book. i $*. Atlantic Coast Line agents or sprains." Sold by W. M .1ojao.on. L. C. Smith. Votes will be issued for prm nOl: (

1080 II. II. J'deOrear.d.erU''IK' : write fur Pullman reservations and The leading Jeweler. Our splendid new policies written or old JI ''r'.".. !

r....... ,report 21.76: ; J, L. Kelley. salary full Information to Frank O. Bdyl ton. stock will supply the most exacting newel provided such date"n of' -:.J-('

,; .i'.tIOO1 :J. L. Kelly ofttee, $1668; A. IV .. District Passenger Ageot. Jackson ORINOL mands. The votes are here in plenty. Ic paid). within For each thirty 1O cents' days of of;fresn a * I

'i "'l' Co., teaahers' examination vlllf, Fla. _._ '_" A. L. Vidal & Company.The vote will be issued. .

)'ftllO ,T. F. MoBeath $25. only Soda Fountain Confectioner Mr*. S. W. LeGrande .
I" ':" Women Appel to Conareea.ChtCAxo. and Book dealer ".ulnKJyo,,,. They The only Millinery and NJI, () i-"*
.'., B. WBMa.Oh'n. lid. Tub. Inst.Attestt Sept. :31. -Th. Chicago Women count here. isssiing 90'... Vote h r"I I
.k :J. L. KcLUiV, Sec. and Supt. Trade Union club baa decided to slirtFrtiIS fipit .

( If ths> aabs' la Cutting Teeth I tloa appeal to to carry rongresa on an for Investigation an approprla, ot .... to tak* Merchants, Note Carefully.The '.

., Be ore and tsv* that old and well- : the coodlUooa of working women. The The new laxative. Doea rules of the contest provide that uach merchant shall carefui r" :a*1s

tried;. Mr=. Wlnslow'e Booth- investigation Is expected to develop a record of his vote on Friday night of each week, sending a duplicate .'tarto
\.0. for, aJtlUtren teething. It not gripe or nauseate. The Dally Son on Saturday before BOOQ of each week, over his c "ao' >tit':
Syrup,. among other things: What effect la the .::1'\\1
Cures stomach and liver tore laeludtnft! the tickets,earsfulky wrapping and tying' them up in a
'oothes the child * the rums, number of working-women has on the each *J 'I.
package as possible; writ your own name and date of delivery on
allays all pain, ears wind eolle and I. hone life? What' dpRree the demand troubles and chronic constipation they can be Sled away with your record and delivered to a com t'' .1 ,,,

S.h. best reined for diarrhoea. Twen for women la Industrial affaire baa by restoring the awards appointed at the close of the cos test.

4y-flve. eents a bottle. '. driven young girls into business life! natural action of the stomach

"l' Mlas Mary McDowell. Mlsa ;Jane liver and bowela.fW THE SUN'S Voting Proposition.Under .
Price or Lumber Advano.r.k ,I .
r.--. Adams and Mlsa LJIlUa Wald. of New Sale by J. W. McCellasa CswNOTICK no circumstances will an employe of this paper be allowed i w
,'I'' ftorfotk. Va.. tk'pt. U.Announce' Tore, already compose a committee vote In this contest. ....
$ ,;jsseat: was etude loJajr that the North from the national fcOrrt Uon of wo We will" give a premium of 76 votes for every paid three month' r,rtio. m

Una riii oc.ilon. at Its ...-, men's clubs to aocure a o or APPLICATION FOIL .." >X.Notice .. SCO votes for every paid six months' subscription and BOO vote for er i

In Norfolk )ratrr.lay afternoott asV 1 report. on these questions.Tv government U bereb iliac east rter the wbn- paid subscription for one year to Daily Son. and 300 votes for on* J'ar */
e.tlo.l of tbbt *M Ie > tort a s.eTk.4 s ( tee C.v.. rlplloa to SemiWeekly Sun. Old subscribers get the same nurofwr J \
... oed the peter of all grades of lamlacludln $.ua "...........Ie5N1.esvleied as Ut. ,weres by paying their subscriptions In advance Every voter should be a.'. ....: .t.
_..... ,
.... dressed wad rout I... A .....a.. ........_ U'.ra...1ort IX>la.of.*CtrwaU... .-.a Court*>rf.of of awe Mashes.i with I... : To the 10.U'D& eseuring the largest number of vote I Is this m*
'*.,%.r. the average tlnc 75. cents pet! called half a 4on bell boys this test a carder'will aes-tt hi the eta'. tad I will award at 7 ,,',tosk p. m.. October 14th. 111II>>, 1O.OOO: vote.
", : LjOOO fe "'. The h.LUCti went tat morttlng. and they bavee/t brought a of a peNoa.lLL1ESTILL1l .

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,aBtct. at once, and circulars are to ling lv. ordered sail the Irate - --- -- -- -
7.J<.' spD.laiS ..nt out to the tmJs givlaa guest MAN they: all deaf. ( % FAiQUITEBBMRT.

r :.MtJoe of .&he chang Tbe North Oar Tea..* .snJ; 1Md the betel' olcrk **b jt LIBRARY TOTING COUPON. ,

.(:f '-. Pia. aaaoclattoa laotudes all the they hen: bear. thrwu&b th. palm of

;..i' bit iMaber mills In eastern North pan tb 4rhanila Money talks, jrvu know. This eo-Jroa entitle the holder to two votes that can b*> e.*' r
It U the only lauaroag. thy can under..toad.netrvlt Alachua Pool Parlors.
f:") elloa. Vlrgiala and eattern Maryland. any ln.tiiutiooompei4og for the beautiful library, when ?f'I'1'
... Free Ire. .
vt ," .' ''.,-.... --- Oiled oat. *igo'4 and returned to the ballot boa. in .Ith.r t*! s ,

.''t t :i A, Cas>al ft**. ......... C. ....... rrrf> ,...

... t.#' ". Blngteto: (rsarttasftV-It .. said that

'(1' ._tlllllau.tLSlFAU' the last weed. ba aai aigaamit. ta en.. ......( .ltetNa .. .
.. daal ......
{r meat seM. .I7-W..w Us alks>:Porter Btoalu eastside
Dsst Ole/ts tieo. ,.... -
': t. ,. i3aM dna.srate. pap eI .. Thaw. irm 1'" tlaslLa. .....( TeUr . . .
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Rr r2 1.; ,' . KEENS OUTLOOK: ;;,, SUNSTROKES v t

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ttlt! James R. Keene the man who has A Georgia forger baa entered a pita

probably b.d."he 'most stormy' expertenco of Insanity Like many other. crazy:

lbr Past. ow .a' QaI... ..W'1a.. in dealing In stocks,of any man after money. A Healthy Liver

pNt+d a,aeOCX'.-elw serif taett.e.RtEARY. now living. In "re..inlf'! of the present The cholera la suppressed in (Jermany Makes

outlook for business' ', is reported In The ,
lly the divine right of
Emperor A Well
.. ..bettor.od PnbltAber.r ManA
;:N. .' :; : New! York Timee a* having said > "\ever William nn doubt.
tI LEY&e : in recollection have the I
W .b my prospects
Many a young man pays his d votiori .
-iiSSE&HUHT'. ...........:/.:..,Cllr 1Itor.tCrl been more flattering for the" to a handsome young; lady just asa
; : country at large than they are today
mere matter of form.
>. j URt">>UY. ue.' Travelliur Auent. Mr. Keen thought it probable that
) To watch the son rise these beautiful
which Japan
a large part of the money
y u. pxa1 ITT..... SOPU Oompoatmr Room and RuMia thought it necessary to borrow September morning I I. a beautiful

will come from.. He aid Japan sight, hit watchers are not veryplenty.
r.rret. g. T..HOJiI.434TillE had some fOO.OOO.OOO oa deposit here!
.,W laiD which will voon be taken out of the Women should exercise the sam

lUlL *a:x.pubUabe **,rr morning ex- country but that it was only a frae "are In selecting a husband to mat..h& rants

Dda), deUrerctfbyc.rHcrtatb.elty.errEfcd Statca tion of what the Japanese Empire will disposition! aa they do in sel-ct. A PURELY VEGKTAHU COMPOUND and the HOST PER. sr
of the CnUed ,po-lag*
M any I-rt FECT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill h
ai; month.; flag three need for her rehabilitation and Russia lug a dress to match their complexion! your system
,. : $3.50oalbb
t:' fIr 1 year with CsJomsl. Arsenic or Quinine. BERBINE'U a guarantied J
? ..,or : crnu-tor, Awe week.-.&rtetly in is no betterotf financially. He did not I It is generally disastrous to a craft' cure for all discuss produced LIVER

.,,4Ta. e. think the war had been a sufficiently)' I cargo when it gets water-logged. And and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MARIA without leaving

-- -otiteeitllncalc'olumatoteatsatinet..di.t severe lesson to make another conflicta they' are hard to manage; but when any of the deadly affecta of many drug utsd for that
n1o One bottle purchased today save trw
ant lJa-*-rt.0t.and 5 ante for_cb.ddttloaal remote! possibility.. We shall have pumped nut can be- .better controlled purpose a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly I cures mar Co*.

. y.aios.Rates deplorable war just as we hare deplorable There l 1111 such a thing as orer-doing; .tlp tlon. Dyspepsia. naJ&rIa. ChUb and all User N,
for di.*>>../ adwtlain mad known oa human Complaints Used and recommended the m.dical -
trusts Just as long as In the matter of rents. People who by prof.&ion F

mltatiuw' nature remains as it i is. Wa do not" come to Florida for their health do so generally.

-TIle T.i.ea" -Ve k Sun to an ciKht-pajr fortJ'.0 need a great navy for conquest, but because they don't believe in the oK i A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S ,.

...... l'I'sx r. published eY'CrJ'' Monday aadnar simply for protection. Trusts properlymannged blending process. ENDORSEMENTDr.
toloty, au A. J. Hannah leading of UmatlTla
a physician
la.l. Mate and JrCDCra" and will be Rev. Frank Uuntaultis has accepteda .
.lcJ. free to any part of the United but at present our large corporationsare Chair In the Fla aaya: MI have been using Hsrbine In my practice tt
., i taKc Chicago Theological ;em- t
and am wall pleased with the results I
Canada for f..-a jrcar-ta advance..aTcrlioinu sn enormously capitalized that ev
18Cs lute or hoary which was" established especiallyfor hand-, and think It a grand medicine
-. bilU become due after ant cry nerve of their respective manage him to be known as "the scienceof for biliousness and Liver Complaints?*
An ments is strained! to pay an adequate
advertisement, unless otherwise the art of preaching He is a most
Bottle 50c Avoid All Substltutw
dividend on their respective capital!*
Partlea not known to ua
tfumtetnl in contract. brilliant pulpit orator and it is looped
for advertising in ad- zttion. Another had feature is the
be required to pay:
.01 lie will make hi. chair a success. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St.
t.e.c. Addrna. tendency to destroy individual mercantile y'
OAUW a.vtu.e, Pte. The steal trust now seems to comprise
independence. The Americanfarmer I.o alm. V. 9. A.
the various life insurance
-- -- com
--' ill the backbone of this country.
The African cotton grower have When asked for his advice to persons ... If It isn't- stealing to loan a 4

irned that the fleecy staple will not contemplating a career in W.IIreel.. man money who give' worthies security

be a great; :jeeess In that country. Mr. Keen replied : "Don't. N inetJ.UYe and the fact ia known It comes TOLD AND MBOOMMKNDKD NYW'
mighty near it. especially when the
per cent of those who embark on M. JOHNSON, Galc..Oa:: :: .:l1J._
Then* are officers in the army, sayst'en. venturo'iH career in Wall street come money belongs to policyholders.STATE .
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( ,'rbin, who are not mindful of to grief." -- ---- -- - -- --

tfrir financial obll .&lOD.. You will ------ -- .--- FAIR NOTES. '

Had a few of the! same sort in private CAUSE AND EFFECT. ""MMM MM \
One of the most attractive feature '
life ,
During the pat 20 or 30 year hundreds of the coming State ....Ir.& Tampawill 'If You Are Insured. f.

Judge: I'endleton of the superior of fortune have been accumulated be the horse races. There will" bea i

roan ha decided that Atlanta Is still in thin country, ranging from ten-day race meet, and the largest ."

Georgia, and not vice versa, as theNIT hundreds of millions of dollars each. pu..... ever, given In Florida' will beawarded -. ,(.,-
In a Company that i. !:..*.''a'nal)1., llnve a Policy<<" Oo".ell.j.. ...
board of health tried to make Home' of these fortunes are so immense the"winnerc. The best horsesit
Written. With Liberality of( Policy (:ntrHCt alai the Company ty
them believe, and the incomes from them so large the South will be at the! Fair and ( lays Lovers Promptly 'i

that their poe.UOrti give away from quite a number of Florida horsemen '

The Tampa board of public works one to ten million dollars at a time, will be represented. .;

ma\ *' hare got mixed up a little whenit : and with no more Impression upon Income Toe amusement attractions on The ( You Are AssuredThat '- '

ad l the Tampa Bay Hotel with or fortune than a gift of ten dollars lange will also be the finest ever! :

firing, contracts and let It to the"low- would' make the income of brought South ( w
upo. no serious loss can overcome you without you have some 1.;
tit rr,pon.ible blddl'r.uTbe any om of a vast majority of our peoPi' The Fair' work In every line Is progressing C refuge. ;

rapidly, and the attendancewill '

. Governor of Indiana, who has A recent report made by the boardof bet immense. i'

0tI fl summarily bounced David E. Sherrick charities of New York City is a dole'ul The Main, exhibit building, the ) Fire Life Accident and Health u' :

hate auditor stated in an address a wail about the increaaeof the nom. l.raC..huIlJluQ 'in Florida is aboutompletett. ,

few days ago that II was" because the bet of persons in that city dependentupon and the magnificent \\' ). -

taditor had gambled away about 175TO ,- charity. The percentage of increase man'* b iiding will also be ready foru. None but Keliable Companies Represented.H. C t,

( ) of the i state's money. lie charged of such persons to total population .e shorn, as will other buildings. ; "
tim with being; a common gambler. i I. said to be about three-fold In Tne .(able.. pens and other struc-

l me people would consider Sherriok 30 Je... These propositions constitute lures exhibiting: liVH stock will be r . 1\4. CUSS: : : .A.N. r :

little. mire than "common." a gruesome and startling example the lartt..., ever seen at a Southern
) Information cheerfully' furnished IIAINKHVILLK.' KI.OKIDA 1.
of cause and ..rreThe real State fair.Many I ,y

The producers of inert cotton sin wealth of this country Is but little If counties! are now clamoring
I'.....' "'''''''''''' '''''''''''" : ;
etrely! hope' that Daniel J. Sully' effort any more than ".000 to each inhabitant i fur spat*, and those that hare not I

in "Lull" the present! crop will hence one person owning a single done .u at once. '. - - -- --

jro'e cuccefsful. In 1903 Mr. riullr million pauperizes the equivalent .__ -. -- PARTIAL I. R Ice LIST 01

-tt the mean of adding million. of of 1.OOO other persons, for he owns the I Havana, Ciads.len count?* Is boom

dollars to the wealth! of the 80luhtbouJh theoretical share In the total wealth of 'lug and several new .tme. are being' Whisking Winos Bllr and Milt.

hi. campaign for higher, prices that many Then contemplate theoumb..r lullt' there. It Is e11>'<< ....
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hr the ..tapirand it Is hopedOtt that must be pauperized to of the I..." Iliac town uf th. <
'bears" will be pot to rout by hint give" one man a fortune DO large that -.---- .-- --- EXI'ILE.N 1'l1EPAll). 11.11& fj.-. ...... h.- ..tnau I'rrpald.

tath prevent campaign. out of its annual Income IIO.OOO.OOC Clio w._,.. .tit. We. II Qaa. It 110...., U.ttu.:
IfanUac Ciao use ... H ea N 'U t I OIJ .... HI.. .. ..... .Iuurt .'w.,
b.* given away without missing .. ...
can . 55.'00'e' .u.
CONSTIPATIONKCPlANDWtMCM. N.a.oa ('oeotr: ter. e so 1 at f 10 ;
enl IIva.Otft' .. Neg.. VInw .....u.,.
T J L. Brown ha. resigned the them! ..
__ _ _ Malna.rratu N1 a of su 5 0o 1'.ru.Il..a ,
f...i l 'u.y of the State Fair at Tampa. -- ----- - If__'a' If" .e,... I n a OJ .lo IIye.Ula c.... "...... Sleet /o. tae ....,..,.
H. thing in favor of ..r_ vs..- 1.a7.r..1 sob eh...'. P.0.1.1 Ikut... t M a All.' eA .. .. ..... I'.,...1...... .
wa There J-
turned down rather coolly into are many ,,o..$=:: Canny Sass a.. 1 b.4 S. = If .,. ALp1.Iw.adl.. ".! ./. ,
(Tort Florida resort for Invalid as aJ *-_ _...._.,. .... .. ,... Mall. Wbtab.r 5 n a .u e au rat br.. .
a. a .
to another lease of aIl
secure .. .
.;5tt-a. b= lra l ''_" ....114' sn .a! .b .oas.1'.rU.n.1.. 1
'.. Tampa Hay Hotel and said he against Mexico or Cuba. In Floridathe ..;1. . ::::-..rase Mr n I. :::-, 1' >.... Itr..cI, 1 n t too .1+1 VI"I. firs. ".-... IlI'v" M,., Nedlelsa. 4N.UadUta
wOQ.j! b*> obliged to quit and go to New : people! from the North' find so I....r-.....l.-....t._.. .-"I.IP..I IAN titI ..._....1...faeJI... Tee! 1 to 5 M I ....U". r. ",
fork I'avid in different portions of the country as see Salaa ..'c :J.. b..aU. U..... Ullt s rs CIIJ as LYlll' "T. "U'II( VIEK5. Per Dee.
Lauberof 8t. Louis and many 'r, ; ::. [. 5 '
a. IlL .
V Norma.. Calaw. S M a oo lei ......" Ileer ,.a .. ]
r :,MuTall editor of The Tampa that It dues not seem like going t.wa lie Coil $50 Kale 1' .
I w el / N 1 =' ,/
Jao.l. Me. 5
Trb: Dt were the lucky bidders for away from home, lirside., the trueFloridians beat roe ....,_It Nan. a ra a UO C 10 Mall$iabda.d. ...,. d.,11 I Ir .
k kt hotel They $23OOO: for five are much more hotplt.blw The ( ,wand, f. CAt 5t a'.uwrer. I..H.... .110 i'
pay MUltI uf K- op Ik...rbue ra a W C WL... AL1a. .. .. .. r M.. iAter
,.a'. Brown's offer was considered than the foreigner. In spite of all they eiseea AUU..... oo AU Goads or a... U..ta.._ "....... ........ t .

.Jm.t I Ss the best. can do. Then again the school system I 1'A:.. .' s .__ row.. br 1N bbl, o. .t.......,..... ..

-- In FloriJa .I. *o like trial of the :North
$..aMMVcay'.mTwf .. ".U I'.Ot"L...
0 Ga.nrsalir baa certain done muchtwirl that people who come here for the W. lilt 1. llSa ", T. HANNE BROS ru.f".;

>keeping clean this summer. winter with their families can place -- . ..-' .-Ar.; .)

nUl .ate been a few who have found their children In school and have them JA_. M. 0..... rreeldeatOao. II. Y., T Cashier .
fist "'-,-- . pi ,..., _*..0./ .t'
: t m they should have gone to keep up in their ,studies. ....._Ie, .be.... .10... NeN M 4AM, M.. Nep.4",-Hi f.aruag l W llvoa. VUe> ,...denl Las (less*,,, .\..1. Cashier'vt$| t
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tUltU orne.r IMokoson. Instead of ,,__s.4 M sate as peve Ye.5'bw '
Ia vl for indignation R./.4C. Cbuap w ".Y. ...
icon the come and relating, Cuba ha. just cause

eLtl 7" keep..f ry their There own are yards some. looking people Texaa Queen of ha.the quarantined Anlill{ against the *1USM $ME.TEM WWIN II" THE FIRST NATIONAL BAHP

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It "? 'n If --- I t I
they have to damp all
*'" r-jbbi.h Into the str...,. It la !... *.. a*f-...___
j4 Th. readers of this will. !... ... ........,as..uv.4 .-'
t.Ian to get a Lot or barrel to paper i________a ".....- a..a ...... THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOHUA CO :
ls+' ,U |least ..
.v I +ir tin pleased lo learn that at r r..w. .r M..tNa..ny. I,
cans In. the rob"art .. ar.alar rue :..: ..e .sa a.lI1M

** can haul them away.J one dreaded disease that science and has .M-ad..a..n I i Capital . . . . . . . . . 460,00000 s
been able to cure In all Its .tage, '
v a. M w , .IIM
*' dn.tri.l| Kditioa: of The So. that catarrh, .II aU'! Catarrh (.O'.j .' ...:. ....._...:,... Surplus and Until vid.Hl 1 Profit . 30,000 00
,e is the only positive< care aknow. i tle..t.a -t ea saer ..-&
only attractive the medical fraterally. Catarrh *... I c.... ......"... s ....... ....-. .. f a.twu.. . .lUrhua eounty placed before ... ...-... bs .r...d eye- ...............
a' **" ,e this lug a constitutional disease. require a M ss..eee/.rrsae. .e t 16"e. +_"....... US
s taaors. aa the faeta aadsl7 eoaetliotiovial treatment Hall's Catarrh I .
K.B. ..TJ.I.}!!r O t311ar.
t.Jlebfld will contain strletly Cure i. taken internally,. .'IU. .. .. .. .. ... .
PATENTS --- - -- -
=1. '01.UotJ. There. ia no dlre tly upon the blood and ra"eoosurfavees
--.1' of the system thereby destroying
fur .
*aza;.raiion I.
regard to
the foundation of the di**a_
b' '.*i aa.alr., of AUeboa eoaaty, and giving the pe.ti.nt strength by raze un UBace. B. F. JORDAN

. *Dn* *** anything' pined bF baildlag op the eonstltutioo and a*- .. r M ,err. raw ..rMrsrna
t man c on what nature has done to siatlag aaiore. In doing eta work:, Tfc. r.aa./N e0ueTCaaa.a' ..., 1NVIZ
Bat' have .* mach faith ia 1t.eurstly. a ...MfW MN. L.I. bra'
"J'll' a moet desirable proprietors -r44 5f +N..s.. .LB I S ,
t.n that the* offer ot>.
r i4nee.. The advaala .i power Met s I Yu i_, .y lMsfu fadse5edl.wnrwrM.rM INSURANCE
; that It h.adred dollars for any ease LUj: CostL .r
"- and It BOW n aja. for ... falls toe a,.. tytd for list of l.*timoolato. M. M .e Ma ere. Laws Nan
'-" J. th. est. e. c.
.., ra. Whaterer UeaJd for .
I" J sad the Xodostrial Address Y J Cheney A Co, Toledo.

-kTl'. Sue will have the do-to 0.iiiod GASNOW
{ by all druggists. TSe. y.
r tp.:, :'*4 the aaeertioM to. prove Take J aU'. Family/ Fill* for 'XXXXXI ,'o"mn BLOCK (3AINES1f

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,' FROM, Mithoshek Pianos . . .. ddDNEW
0. g the M* t Tir -Ml r-> JVatwrmlOmrvrtb
yj : }: PARTS OF :FlDElDAJBritf Ever K_.>*_. NEW
1n October 18S7. the sacred bo tree.
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at that time anppoeed to be the oldest
vegetable monument on the
: Happenings From'
I Sections State.IMPORTANT. TY OF TONE, POWER: A5DD by a cyclone which swept over GOODS !!
I'I ., the island of Ceylon.. The oldest writ
;";- -' UK ABILITY. ten description of the sacred bo tree

s1TKL.. ''MOar. -' EVENTS now fn existence ls that by the celebrated Li
,:. ..1 w- 1'. : Chinese historian. Fa Ulan
t yTiaaipirr, nr *)',ThL." of Flow.,..*. wbo visited the Island and the aacred F.r
i. ": Bert piano for ibis trying eUniat. staodslaMD tree In the year 41-1 A. D. Accordingto
\ Thing, "BorMujDown", to Suit the looser than other,eonstrooted of this learned Chinaman tbe tree was
tua.s $ Interest ben m. J1aJa. and moat arthift We will inaugurate the Fall Season of i "
i La. ,' d. -items" of tot worknosbsblp obtalnsbla.. at that time 7U2 years old. havingbeen

..,. M ,C. ...... Up to dst n every planted In the far 2S8 beforeour with a Special
'. 4 detail and Uoaqusled. era b1lng Devlnlpiatlasa.. eed
A/-O:.'.Hallway, will erect aat As soon ns Itvni knor.* throV'ibout -

j, '.s. ,,Pinemoant. Hawsnnee the Island that the tree bad been fK
tl Sold by ns continuously for destroyed by tbe fury of,the elements

'f. i'LJ.: a, railroad West coast from I* being Tampa agitated.l along OVER 'THIRTY-TWO JElKSwl&boal' around great crowds Its Msacred of mourners remains and gathered held SHIRT WAIST SUIT SILK SALE a'S

regular funeral for two or IsM
raiong; a single failure. If Ton three weeks. After the season of .
D. ;J.: Blocker has beeo ap- want a piano/ for a lifetime'. mourning wai over tbe tree was.cut P
dean of Stetson Hall at thetTJnlverslty. service bay theMathusho Into proper lengths eacb piece STY
] I wrapped separately t tii white cloth and Our buyer now in the market ha for. T

*rrl,Jf f; ..on'. home at Oxford with cremated with the same funeral rites I tor
Prtoe M low w ts eotMUtent with avsllt which would have been given a member warded a few of early Fall's newest and'
was destroyed by fire last It.r'
Cab or on e&a7 term. Sent OB If d**.' of the royal family.
Insurance nominal. triaL We psy freUrbt. Write So lter..1J.the sacred bo tree one .r'W
JJT Park near Live Oak. on the for price TODAY. of the most wonderful natural growths nobbiest designs, which will be offered the .r'I

_. Suwannee river, Is said to be known to the -world-a tree which had

*of:the. beauty spots of Florida. been worshiped dully"* one might almost coming week at the attractive price of
Ludden & Bates say bourltor 2.1157eara. Sn.A
"la/atated that Suwannee county .A.t

bdreist only half a crop of cotton .ta'
,.. -; compared with last year's Devoured by Worms. 49c yard.Our a'r
1-l Southern Music House, Children often cry, not from pain, per .

bat from hunger, although fed abun
,ilatka man died of lockjaw Mon
dantt The entire trouble arises from
,'1 rHe' must expect something of I '
JOHN D. MURPHY Mgr. inanition ; their food is not aisimllat*
rt'dnrlog'th. "wet""and "dry" be
ed, but devoured by worm*. A few
I doses of White's Cream
,..tier three unsuccessful efforts tote GAITHER a BRYAN State Af'ts,
I' will cause them to cease crying and
the charge of neglect of 'duty, TAXl'JU FLORIllA.t b!gin to thrive at once very much to 5 and I 10-cent Tables of Summer fabrics ale

r;tlty/ of St.Augustine has acquitted the surprise and joy of the mother. 1r.
mite .Nelson. Sold by W. M. Johnson. Etlit.
A from,Cotton Plant that John Brown, still contain many _bargains. .
,Green Cove Springs Is ,talking of a colored In attempting to kill his wife

'.''W'.hotel at the large sulphur spring hot and Instantly killed his step SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. I

'... other Improvements, Inolddinjc' anptodate .QRhter. who was the wife of Zenus -
,* sanitarium. *.. Under and by virtue of a decree is* tot
Graham. The of the
cause tragedy rued out of the Circuit Court of the is
:: The cattle around Tallahassee are was not learned. Great excitement Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,' in fit

ring from an affliction called sore prevails among both the white and and for Alachua county, on the IBth lb.
dth';; Dr. Dawson, State veterina- colored people of that community.cala .- day of August A. 1>. 1906. in a certain G. W. H YDE

". Is Investigating the trouble.arses ) Banner. cause A: Lathan pending is complainant therein! whereinQeorge and Lou D. .

Hobbs, a workman In the The benefits derived by the people Masters and A. 0 Masters, her husband n.

_ jirki of the German American Lum from the expenditure of a small sum are defendant, wherein it wasdecreed jitri
that In default of the ,

Po.'at Mlllvllle. was killed there of money for rivers and harbors waa of a certain sum of money there.In .
.y by being caught In some of the never more strikingly' Illustrated<< than mentioned for ten days after the rat

lorry.Cmirkllis ''n the Sarasota bay work. The goreru date of said decree and wherein I.

'.' M. Shear of Jaoksonvlllo ment dredge Bowannee, which com W. };. >>akltr, ti|>*cial Master. In said Great Reduction Sale
cause, was authorized to sell the lands
plated the work in the llllUborough to
, o at Montgomery Ala., and tenements in the aId decree ape
>&e his wife> "Jam nearly In the I bay out, Is now engaged on this work clQod therefore, default having been |8t!

'.. b,.- .bye." Before the let. and 'If. making excellent progress. It made In the payment of the said. sum '"
;ry.aohed will be a great benefit to fruit and of money for the space of time therein tot
t+ his wife he all In. t
I waf vegetable shippers. mentioned' I, W. E. Baker Special _ a. __ _
,. James. Chapelle, who>> attempted snl- .. Matter as aforesaid will offer for sale I.
1 -
.( Ate at the Arno hotel In Tampa Sat and will sell before the court house
.... night by slashing his wrist with Men Past Sixty In Danger. door In Gainesville Alachua county
fly Mora than half of mankind over }Florida on Monday, the 2nd day of IIft
fpdaket knife, has recovered snffl October. A. I). JOo the same being MARCUS ENDEL'Si
sixty' of age suffer from kidney
:"'D''O, be sent to his "home In1..* years legal sale day between the 'legal hours
!,.__tllie. Is mentally up against! It. and bladderdisordersusuallyenlargey of sale. to the highest and bent bidder ,
C" : mentnf prostrate gland. This is both therefor for cash the following de
-.(Rafael Barmentl. of Havana came painful 1 and dangerous, and Fuley's scribed real estate situated lying and t ii+

.;.MOl 'Oaba tit k marry his ladylove in'pampa. Kidney Cure should be taken at the being In the county of Alanhna and Ifet
The father objected but the the Slate of Florida to win
(fret sign of danger a* It corrects irreg
,,.trI being 21 he eould do nothing fur Tho e certain' lots, tracts, pieces or
"Parities and has cured many old men parcel of lands, situated' lying and
...'Iik.r BO the couple were married br a or this disease Mr. Rodney nurn u. bo I tig In the Town of Waldo, in the DAYS
,' O. of the peace awl will live hap Hock Port Mo., writes "I suffered county of Alarhua and the State of IO. 1,+
the Island. Florida distinguished .
WOO with enlarged prostrate gland and kid. particularly known lb.
_ and described as follows, '0. .
/tJ't 5 (watr Veterinarian Dawson, who has
./ hey trouble for yean, and after taking wit ,
i "aB looking up the cause of so much two bottles of .'01.,'. Kidney' Cure I Lots Two (2) and Three (3) In Block Cxnrn.encingTuesdiy

.letk.... among horses In .Miami says foal better than I have for twenty Four (4) liranning' First. Addition to

.>14 U a form of "staggers., caused by years, although I am now 91 years Waldo. W. K. BAKKH. I,

.' attaty food.. There are some hones old." J. W. MoCollam A C>. As Special Master In Chane.r,. I 19 B1a

.round' this city thai look as thoughtheyJiadn't -,-- --,- September
ever been exposed tu the Gambled Away Trust Funds : ORS. UlATKinUTKCS AMD" DE1ITORq.Moils. tkr
_; ;paaggera" by any kind of food.orite Hamilton. Ind.. Sept 21.--ia an ads I
U Lercbv siren that all Ja? dress at tbe reunion of the Thirtieth and persona holding nlaliB or des 1
of the people of D.Soto -coun* .
Indiana Governor sands a* ln.l the estate of J. Jao otoUodwtn.deceased. .
','_on'l want to make an exhibit, regiment llanley, must pr**.., the tn to the uormlffood :
tbe principal speaker, made public his ((" for taytO5' within (wo year.(root Mr. Endel is now in the markets awl
State Fair for fear the attraction .
i << the Ur t i ibl0 Uoa of thl noUoo. aDd a failure
lesson for hi, actions In tbe case olItavld to do HO will be plead la her to .n, settee 7h
;f/ draw ao many people who will i.-:. Sherrtck, ,rtl/tllA Into the county that they will the Jd estate meet P V the n*> to tin uo-
whore,' relKUstlun was forced by the <1 'r"'Jio-id atone*. MINNIK K GODWIN.AtloilnUtratHi .
r iii. \0 annex a part of Lee county in governor Parts and tuedto of the>&al ate of J. JaoohOo. soon, to arrive.
win.Lsee..ed. B- c.twske loom for them and they don't
show what became of the money .. _.
',;)'like to mix the- soil in with DtSolo' belonging to the state that was lost -- -- -- -- ---- - -- All our superb 815 Suits to go at $11 1 10 t
roh! loam.
: by "Ihtvld K. Sherrlck. auditor of LOW (RATES
\ John''1.. Hammond Orlando's whole state, and common gambler." The All our elegant 12 and 12.50 1to

\. ale grocer, has commenced suit for governor charged that 110,000 of tbe FOB Suits to at. x x." tos tor
?.*900.XW( against Wholesale. Growers state- money -wont by check Into the go toI

.; la'lon.ln the TJalted States court hands of the gentleman who was then Special : OccasionsVIA All our leader 10 Suits to go at N

_ i Jacksonville. The.defendants earn operating the Cenlno"I at French LJck.Reye .
le 2O of the wholeea' "Mrooers of the All our perfect-fitting 81-25 Shirts 1'' ''( t

.tliats, who put a IM V on Hm Declares Self Dictator. SOUTHERN.RY.TWO ., All our leader 75c Shirts to at -t( )c> t
taaoad. who was una H buy of the Panama, Bept. 31 ,CanQnned reports go t

'jobbers and wholesalervof the coon reached here to the effect that TRAINS DAILY EAST. All our wprld-beater 50c and GOc d

,*ryj General Uejres. president of Colombia Lease.1.C" VslOa.m., .t33 p. a

News reached the city Tuesday alab't't' declared himself dictator<<: on Sept. 8. Shirts to goat .1'" "
I 944 22 Atlantic C t1 y. :i. J.. and return.
and Imprisoned the members of the ao.prme On sale dally. Limit October Best $1 and} $1.25 Hats made
COMPETENT Ju'oaaa. court at l) cota. Mobs angeredby 81. 190ft.t I

'I! .. this action attacked the presidential ...:* Bar harbor Maine, and re* on earth i."c t
. ... palace and were fired b tf"OOPAol) turn. On sale dally. limit October .
.t7' Dset es :...... ........... on f
:v 4Womer'' who make a bu.ln.M of MaqWytav who killed or wounded manr of the 1. ions. Elegant line Hoys' and Gents' 35c I
otkvr 944.1O Saratoga 8l risg.. N. Y.. and
: romn rnm 110t.... The report that .
prvtly war ay l'f'yoJu.UOaa .
, Limit October ) r
what un. On ate daily. )'
at will t rln .
... 11.r- are 1."',.. fr'm0.a6.ut tbe.. have been started la Antloqula ,at. 180B ., Caps at -t. t
J I er Ico",.& eoatOMcn and, Saata Ander. : IUI7.OO Wasblnctori.. I'. O.. and rtarn. *- "
'f- =i"$'.na X.whrn'. "it.rpt. - 00 ..I. daily. Limit. October'' All our So and $6 Trousers to go at ;*.
: .- stoppeU tny hair rrocn faU."" IntereslUg.Dr. _
....., een& as ad"a no .u&-e,.. f Stacy-Adams Shoes in black and tan :* .tJ
Thomas Finn of Boon.b ro. Mo,
1" **.) II.rtha A "I"r\.IU".r. who has pra Utd medicine fur SJ TWO 256VS Daily West .. t

;.4, 'alt' -*..wi..a- "Obnykt P,.. l'o'tUtul."," 1t"'t.I\at.ore- I.year* says he aaa used every prescription .......Jaek..avflis 7 NS p. a., ?44 >asatatoro. Come early and secure some of tho best vstlav4 l

.'..y "After ustssr MM .....1. ,,cry stair .has. raftnt ....t. ....* tar .meat cf kidney aM bladder .U....*., On sal 4a11... Liaai October I]. ..KB.IHahicCiars. .
iSJsl is from d.ftdnatr.
". ., -:' J On8a and aye aa aa* sfcver found anythlaa -.*rl-> a Is carte

** **n*>a\iy t>actar> ao .Reetlv.In, bath .hroa' (. sad ..,... 1'- '..... I.eeteataoas sad 4.
t.: KkU M. ....Iaad.. t.- tailed la t.ssr.tM. Marhlly bra......
..-e.a.' tar liiSfcaJL- .. 1r. tai kidney and blasMer tro4l>U .. FOIe,'. .. ._,o -... ._ MARCUS ENDS
.,.............. lar 1tIM1......s.._"- It .psaN' c.- .. EWIM 7 Ca... .k...... l.......rhl_ .. . .... ,.. ,
s< .tad botWe the tlrltelesRsissa.. J. W.. ".n I ._ ..
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B:8.: ..-- J'i W 1I.oou..60... " Tit !.titer air S Ltrf Prime i# 6a'i,! e
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T I; ' f ; SEPTEMBER 22, 1905 : I

CROP If! itEDUCED. Well Known Broker 4ulcld:. Meat Packer File Plea.
ynchbur.. Va.. Sept SI <.-EMwurd A. Chicago. Sept. :t.-tV plea In abatement
pIe. I I. Short in Texas, Indian Ten Langhome. a well known cltia n and was fled today by the packer .SontlIern
r.tory. ad Oklahoma. a member of the brokerage firm of-Da, Indicted In the United States Ulsti. , Railway.

1)BlJ. Tex.. Sept. 21.-Te Calve Tldson &; Langhorne. ot Iorno2ibnrgM court on a charge of conspiracy to monopollze .; News will today publish. rers shot and killed himself In Amherst the meat" Industry. Tke plea ti

f m :-00: correspondents In T ex.t county opposite into city last night. la not supported by affidavit. It 1signed i Effective May z8. 10115.

ar! 1 tsn Territory giving the co n. Ill-health U given as the reason' for by the defendants and their at 1-_ _

',"ion Of" ss! cotton Oklahoma crop trrttorle In Texas and In unmarried.the act. He. waa ST years of age and terner& -' - : \;.U" Tralna East Vie. 81o.. 20 orh; and 11.....t. --\o: 13I.v
= -' -
aditn m3raon:? with the same time last ---- The Original. Ja..k+unv. Ile. &.: tJ 0 l0a 7 blip a Iv Jsek.onvilte. F Iii ski. Icy I: 7 -I3P.
any a.,!iO i comparing the Sand pet A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyes. Foley.. A Co., Chicago originated I.\ Jesup .$o. by 1 I404 10 fOp Ly Jesup. (I... so t.y 1030p
er I.y 1"ul"h So, Iy I : 12: 15.1 Ar 1\I""on. Us.
\p 'So KJ q ct're'
In mot eases a sallow blotched coin Honey and Tar as a throttt and lung Arf\'lulllhl\ 6U'Ar."lan&a.U"r
e. .
: yu, Ky 65p tI iy I 5 :titre
ua.J. the average for Texaitla plnxion and dull heavy are due to remedy, and account of the ArC'h"rinll. ..
CaL s eyrs on great:: Sn. ItJ 102: i' 9MaIArHum".U,. ? iy; i i j..
a-. 14.11 per cent worse; In- poor digestion and an inactive liver.Orino merit and popularity of Foley's Honeyand Ar tirt'.I"" w.. lty 1 134 : U" ..... Iy.I 52.: a k
: T:rt ,ory, 17.23 worse; Oklaho.j Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion I Tar many Imitation are offers( ] Ar Iauv Ue .$.O Ity 221a: 2lOp ArU' a"anooa: 1'.1111 ..... I Ry. 9451
[> .j; worse. This indicate a pro. and stimulates the liver and bowels for.thet"nui":: ... These worthier i imitations Ar R.ehnu.nd yr.. I:,. t\ S.-Lt 6..1p AI' Lexington, hI II .t. C. ft :')p
,'TO of 2.211.86G bales for Texas; and make", the complexion smooth have similar sounding names. -\1'' l.ya.'hnurg, . tau. It'I U" 4 20p Ar Cineinnati O 'I ... t,_ ..Z.) i ,
: Territory, and 250. Beware of them. The genuine Foley'* AI' Ch\r'"u."ill.' 8.1. Iy d 1Fit 8 lOp l.v Uu.olnustt. O. I..g 1 ".."rIUp
,.i91 for and clear. Orino Laxative! Fruit I Honey and Tar is in a yellow packs.. AI' lVest1111gtM1.. .50. Ity i} 5.a P Ik'p .Ar ChieaP_ ). III H,.:. I I. PIP r 10nAr
o for Oklahoma up does not nauseate or grip 8Jr-1 Ask for it and refuse any .(ilt.titiu*>. ltnltltnnre I'. It. I H. 11 :i'e 11 alp I.y Onelllua'. U "1'a 1.1111.' :35p
Recent rain have revived the pla.ntmphat mild and plentant to .. ..e. .. It i ijt the b..*t remedy f!)r cough and AI' V.', I'h't..l.i" P, H It. I 15" :2 86a A.. Ohlt-.n. III I'a I..... tn"
In northern Tsai. and it ll autN'hute.V.. McCollum A I colds J. \\ McCollutnA Co. Ar New Turk P. It It1_ 13p 830* Lv \a") .C at .'t I'' .41p 'tNo

tin fruiting In most t calitles. The - - .. - --- -- -. - - -- ." MOII'f) :.1.
- - -- !!L!
3I-"New York and Fluri.l" Fx.: : !liaMe.nnatt! __ _
tual proUuction depends largely upon press." 1'"lly l"ullman 1)r.,a'iug It''I' ; I." U. U. I L .t I I. 8 41p 1
f c.-currence of frost. The crop Sleeping Car I'ort Tampa suit .IM'k.- AI' Toledo O. . . O. II. ,'c I n. 5 :'x'a. (\
t!li nurthern half of the state Isa vale to New York I i .\!)1)etrnit! .I-'h. . : I I' 'I .23 a t"
._ sea of development ranging CHARLES BLUM & CO. No. sn-\'I\.hln a'hi Florida I... (O&"I"nal.& (). .I's 1.11'4' 4 31)1\ t.,:
m i loom to bale, much of It having Llmit..d." HAily Pullman Irawu.g Ar I'tt.burg.l'a.! .I' 1.11I"4 ) fila t to
planted late. Picking just be- Uoom ylsepiug Car .1at"k..1II.\"III. lu''' I." Cincinnati. O . 1118 Four 03np tl
en -D.\I.En: IX- New York. .lr F'unr
counties. Clevelsnd H .. Hur d 45ai ,
in the northernmost 1
jinnl::; 1 --- I.v :- -:-&Iu. i. ,J.
Y .it1K'c.-"J s3op
northern the
between the and
day j Whiskies W..S Through "fine Laud ur the I.," :?\&1.:10r, l.uuilvUlp, Ky S..o', I Iy 4 I Itp \:)
there portion of the state picking s tr yt l.n"I.1.: Nn J Iv 732* ,."
11 a :''t I advanced, ranging from 50 HAND MAp la Jaoksontville. o'IA. :yo. I{y :'>.'1'r .
and Llyiors 1.1' t4a.ann h. (1\! . . So, ly 1- 11'0"r. \h'H"" :oou. I y 8 tlla
Iper ciat to completion.Tragedy Hlrmlnathatn.Ia Su Iy ii 4.aA
C. .yu. _
A.h..UI. iIty ArMetnphir.l'enn F'rs.o,! !" (oupAI' t
r .yo 1
( Nos. 517.519 flat ,lpring.: N. 0 8 ,: its :I 81:1':; .' Ar. .Kanaa._ (,sty..t..M_'.! Fri_ ."on _V 41)a '
Ends Negro Festival. AI' Knoxville. T..nn .;o. 1y 0 O"JI %1"'Jlh. 1'enn ti 3tipArLouisville
Quit! man, Ga. 6 pU 21.-JI'wo' ne- I BAY STREET yo. w.y H ha' ilnl "pl".. Ark . 93): .!.
lNt'i wereliot and killed and three Ar St. Louis . !k.. fly f dU'' Nn. IN-'fh.. 111",1" 1.l1nlleod," E EAr
[ethers and a white man wounded at WHrsKEY JACKSONVILLE I Cincinnati .C.l .Ie 0. R } l>alll. Solid vestibule. train, through
la negro festival held ten miles fromferre. ''day coaohet and I"ullma" Sleeping

( It U said the white man was In 1 I G FLORIDA. Uoom No. and 3t1-.U Ituffet( t+lp"lnR Pullman, O.r"rawlllK ht'.ton I I Care No, Jacksonville lPullman.. III l Drawing'h".lnll"li, Room '

(tie act of measuring out "brick." a Jacksonville'' and Cincinnati, l fn .ping Oar ttO'.n Jacksonville. ,

I tile Intoxicating compound to hls'necutoui Agents for Pabst Milwaukee Beer IIFFn.inghant. Memphis ""U,*. City
&TO er, when a flying ball hit N"l1"l.t "IDI 1f tar Sertlinand Oulnrad" lipriugv,, t
I&U uplifted arm. Another negro was Export, per thl. 1O dos ill ; per dos, *1.3ft .-- .--- - .._---- "..-- -
Blue Uibbon, per bbl. 1U dos. f 12; por dos, I1.5O
( in Orooversvllle district at "

lilmiiar: party the same night and still Jung's Cincinnati Red Heart Beer. From New York Wa.hli>Kt"ii. ere -No. '."\I. "'\'..hh.gtun and Florida I.lm*
I another was killed at Bar wick, this U.I ..." g:tr.) .. to }
I county, by another negro Monday eve- Per bbl. 10 doa. $9; reI' do.. $1. From.w- Turk \Vs.hlnKton.:: etc.-No a.l.Va: .hington mid Florl-la" Ex '1,

n1nf' ;. It has got to be a rare thing presa." 8iV p. m. ,
I From Cincinnati ?9. "\\'..hliitiUm soil Florida
|teen one or more negroes are pot pay freight or express charges _'_ I ted." g:00) a. m
ktfd:: or wounded at these drunken on the following liquors: From Chicaeo Cincinnati Atlanta' ere-Nn 14 .'Ia. .
fe+titals! about ten having been killed - .-
- ---- - - C. I.USK DUtrlrt l'a lOS 11. ....
I is tii* county this year j.o far. LEWIS 1866 Above enjrrr Agent, IUr !St., Jarkvantllle.
1 Away Everything in 8. II. HAHMWICK. I'. T. M. NV. II. TAVIOK., I'. A HKOOKMOMOI.: : : A n. r. A.

Atlanta Printer on Strike. ...,+.. tho Whisky Line: .- .. --. ..-. - .--- ." -
AtL.inta, S.'pt. 21.- On account OlI -- 4 full quarts . . . . 5 00

I the refusal of the proprietors of six 12 full quart . . . . 12 75BLUM'S SE.A. E a.A. :D
| Joo printing: offices of this city to sign
MONOGRAM 10 Years Old
in a?regiment with the union printen :
working for them to grant them 4 full quarts . . . . 4 20 Air Line Railway h

lit hour work day on January. 1. 12 full quarts . . . .12 00
I9''X, tixfy-rtt printers walked out
today at 1: o'clock. Every union man I EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky: . . FOR I . .
oVyrd the call as issued by the In.! Bottled In ll.txl Uadtr Oovrrnnent MnpervUUn.' r

terns nal T>Typographical Union. The : r4. 4 full quarts, del . . 4 00

oftr: affected are known as the Ty pM h l' a., A nnmbef;
of other offices
b3Ydgned, . the agreement, and thero I I 12 full quarts . . . .10 75 Pines. Raleigh, Richmond Wash- *

:> a la Kt majority of printers at! 186l BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN 7
work\; ington Baltimore Philadelphia -
-- Years Old
I :
Aac-. ; l l.y New York
4 full .s 20 .
.tL.! < "... ., with few *.xe"l.tioll'. aremtlirniire .
: of foiiiipaluin or debility _"_ __ H; full quarts 4 50

W II lianri+oi>. Cleveland. Mi.... 12 full quarts i. 00 ----t

-rum, .'I15.. 19O2: : "I want to says
s.>rd of prut. for Ballsrd'. Snow SHERIDAN CLUB: Three Elegant Trains Dally. r

Linimrnt I strpped on a nail, which* 4 full quarts . . . .. 2 75 Lr
vt'I'p J the cords 'in }leg in contract j
atd sbs) mj ri full quarts . . . . 4 00 Seaboard
MII >ri> to rl-o in rnr _"r., and Express.
the d), c",,r toil m, that I would& h. ve a 12 full (qilfirt . . . . H TO

'":! '.t, nu knfi any i went |o j F.

Lnrd. drug nturc (who is now In Den. We are dealers in everything in the Seaboard Mail.
' Liquor line Gins c r'
of .., .
<< .,
I.lfimenl ; I jH a :SOd site,
Rum and Wines from
and l"l/r..tJ rny leg It l III the be tJioinnt k.
) in tan world." bold by \\... I l.J5o)( to t* 00 per gat MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT \;
II. ,
'stun, I y
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Suspense over Morocco's Case. I II. Only Line Operating t.

I.... Spt, 21.-The Kraaco-Cer Take The .l
eta c, J'lons on the subject of the I Atlantic Coast LineFOR Daily Through Pullman Sfadpors from Jacksonville to New Orloaat;

k0. i>nfrr*>nce continues In suar ALL EARTHLY POINTSM04 ;1\
p" .* Rosen and: M. Revoll. lea Fur full information and sleeper reservations sail oa anv agent H.abo v4 sjayi
''I representatives of Oer ; Via Via writ A. O. )bclJOH ;I.L. M. O. |iOYIwTON. Jm. $.\
nE: iance : East t .' Soflthfat't A*.t. O.n.ral l*....n..' Agent. .,....iig.r Ag.aI. .
Dot yet reaum. E S ; ;E= sef .
0't .
'i'"Inge, "Qe tension how.relieved aavCa Jaea ., u. JACKMONVILLB. FLORIDA. YJt{-

". "' ..,..__ III" a.arancea from both sides Rapid Transit and Uiumrpa Hed Service :

u. ,'zottatlons while not proare Time Tab,* (n .("*.s, April 1e. 1000.

es.+t. dly] not In Immedift DepArt_For.. __ OAI2C KMV1LLK _ _,_______ Arrlrerna. .. FaySholesri1 ri1
;: --- -- -
a rupture. Title U calmicltement ----
''ar and preventing o-pm--f'; ) High. opriogt a
a ,n tits. bourse. Dilly J j __ _ mrdiat.l'oint.. t- Dally

12 slop enDaily I oasis Tamp. wd ; Opra
o Etfitor Commits Suicide.a (i Intermedist._ Points Dally Typewriter 4.t
() Sept. -
t.-Gt'Of'le M.
rala\lLa. Jsyeasosjvlll. 1 :.1spm
: -t'"rly editor of the Marl l:50pm
I ,
e Dally North. East and Dally
'fJ" 1.1:00&
C'r-: and _a leading eitUea. ('la ,
a ?fide" during the night by '276-- High gprtnjt. \ayero.;Havaojiaa, Bn..w. I a A pat Tilt MKHTtill

'he Maaklogvnn river. lie .Daily __ I t. .:Albany. Atlanta, all: 1'oiot yorth. limas L i Dallr tt- I)ie' O9> THE: MJJIEET *
t. to his wife. II* had for -

t'. 'Uo brooded over tls ia .'3Sp III I std Cites .. SarnI Has Tabulator
koeb.n.. 1a&AuPl
9 metnbet7 of aU family.B Daily: I DcllyIpavl UNIVntSJlL I -
- j------ --- - . -- __- j Every Stathlae.Idght..t .
..utiful Wont... I 'r"'paa
<"I.' .ks 3 : PJB TO i High <*pricg. Dan,
fiacbrd with lfc. soft Dally '
I.. es.lyarsdaiR hhifl' Lightest ItaoolaglWrt n.
.!th an J a pun eg. londay '
at __ _ Champion s..d | .r. of th. World
'- beautUul. Taa a HilT < 's1 ;;'.r lEA7t3 as/1.;. ut a W. n.
s Iat.eehsag..lrtA II.U. + .
.t ; -, eagle lII.all ) railways in Ui. Q&.Jwf'a sitar.... are o. isle by the prl..J ....... U. &b. .y$Fwi.e. )Mor fay-Mhol** l In
t < at eo .tipatlA. and help. Through rallma.a el..;..t runr.nafa to how Ted. via Atlantis Co.Line ../ 0e4 10 UeIA.UJ. than any other tn.*M...
)(i jou have ..t4 .. Mr*. Was.k ; also da Atlastie Coast Lis. .oJ t..ruhera PLa!lwsg. ri
T..:. ..ri..... For eo" phf iaformatloa>> call .o: .
S rWSlothlaa. ...c J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Affn. 0..111. For Sale by

: 'or .1cM ,..... sade > Ado..aoYL8TO..I : PM. r&oM AC1.. W. D.. 87AJUC. free ,,r... A.., YlJle
F bee tandidsa we eveetitres IM W. Ba, .t.. Aster Bcu.u.I.z.-r. el.1a.. THE SUH,4Gle
:..... C..a-w.......r... H. .. JZ&MD JI.-rraf. Mcr.. W.3 C&&J8.o.Q. rue. Agt.\ U..
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,::1't',\.,' f."f;:*'fcUTTfNCJ 'OVER/. /' When Yw Sheffield. Cmrtomm first Kml-r became*. famous B"O'aJN"msa: d EJ CISt"bE: : : LXNE: :

'i tna h", :r.,........ 'U... :1Mi sieved for its cutlery a peculiarly ahaped

a'.'.' lMtrr.ti O.. *.rf4.h... fo JaMO..*... knife, designed for a variety of use, JR. D.VERE B. MORRIS,
'TCttttlng:' ,over'' la the \ technical was made with great care and sent to *

,; |*ra** applied to moving the wire In the agent of the Cutler's company* hi . ..DENTISTO . .
)I.Ki .';hone :central ""office! from 'one London. On one of the blade wa en.

** twacd to another. 'If you will graved the following challenge:

1' *gp i!tirthat many ,t the switchboard London tor thy Ute.
; MfttH) 'typv.used In the Bell exchange Show m* such another knlf.
;' tit ktrgat/ell/ carry O.OOO Irae. you The London cutlern.! to show that

;; WtUaee: ., what a task transferring such they were equal' to their Sheffield
';. a ma*.of wired. Is. Indeed, there are brother, made a knife with a single J' A. CARLISLE, UT

JNaw. '.1'iet' ..h.inleal:operation wblch more well tempered blade, the blade having ATTORNEY AT LAW .
t tavprtt.ono:whit'a mciwo of absolutely a cavity containing a rye atraw two :- :x-w: EB. : :::L'Y ..ILirc:

.'aWtagfc*a:forethought uud orgl1nlza Uou. and a half inches in length wholly surrounded : And Solicitor in Equity RJlTWE.E.Jacl.cson.ville : .

.;,.:r'' I r"b ie1i ran' tfcxclm 11.31* Ito be "cut by the steel; yet notwithstanding , and Mew YorU
j 4rvHr.rV. *, al1'1bir llt.'d" line coming Into> the fact ,that the blade wa well Real Estate,.Conveyancing and General Calling at CHARLESTON. S. 0.. both ways.

;frot))orerLeitil untl underground are tempered the straw wa not burne.1. attended Practice. Office All business next door promptlj The Finest Steamship in the Coaalwiae Service
to. to Sun
: with Binged or charred In the I Astt It I.
,:'tf'Vo.ird:: ",hll4* the old OlltI.In still needles*' to add that the Sheffield cutler office. OAlraaVILLz, FLORIDA Clyde Kew England and Southern ldllcS'

/"Tltatiato: May, they are brought; acknowledged themselves outdcne
1/pJthe> nlnln llstrltmtlut frame Ingenuity. FERD ,
All Eastern
PROVIDENCE and Points,
ieb/1.* tile, big nick through whUhr
AT LAW.OAI..ILL. Charleston both
Calling at ways.:
Are You Engaged?
$outside line tin wpurutcd<< and
to.tlu.. I proper lnflkl line which Engaged people should remember ., FLORID SElL- "\IV ..HJ gLY:: SASLINGS

i;directly Into the Hwlu-li board and, Southbound.:. .... Lewis' Wharf I' '.1"11
Chat, after marriage. many quarrels Northbound .. From Foot of Catherine _
Bate' In the "Jricka*" by mean of ; Can sell your city property (Improved t.. Jaoko .
be avoided by keeping their digestions
;the operator 1,4'.4 I abU-d to put and unimproved), phosphate,
.fl7 .y..'.two ,subscribers Into coiunnintcu. fir good condition with Electricliitters. rucking and farming lands. Bead him 'Clvde St. Johns River Line
....-.:.... 8. A. Brown of Bennettsvllle, a list of what you offer for sale 11421.W. : .

.> 'Opportunities for foufiiflou nncl I Iip S. C..says t "For years my wife suffered 13etwtatara J ACKOONV'L.L.K. and SANi'Olt1)<<
'.J : a In th!* took arc .-'leic'lIt. uiul Intensely from dyspeptia. complicated Stopping' at P&!iatka, .Astor St. Francis. Be res ford (DeLand). a'ul) tn" 'nnrsuy

i/pesks much for the i>nln"hiMiix! r-.ir4: with a torpid liver untllahe lost her E. BAKER. Landing on St. Johns River.

4 which It I* done thnt M Ktiltu-rilvr strength and vigor and became a mere Steamer 4'C1TY OF JACKSONVILLE
| practically never "l >*t.M an' fll.. ti:tC .. wreak of her former snlf. Then she ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Is appointed to sail as 'follows Leave JACKSONVILLE Sunday.: ''lIn! I

engineer calls It, If one of t Luis tried! Eleciria( Bitters, which helpedher . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . and Tnur.days. 3:3O p. in. Returning leave S.\:- (o'OltH1"n'I I' '
temporarily c/niu-ftcil.: l. To Wednesdays and Fridays, B:8O a. in.
; at once and finally made her en- BOIl'labouDd.
'e such p !rffH-tlou Inutitm'rnMe<< Read down KC liED U LH: S :>fJeL

are necessary" not only of the out tlrely well., She Is now strong and GAINESVILLE Alachua Co.. FL*. Leave 8:8O |im.. ... .. .. ..... ....Jacksonville. ... .... . . .\rr,"K.. IOQ;!tea ua

>' lines, but of every wJtt'IJlloarci l healthy." Sold at all drug store and Office In Endel Block. 8:45 pal .... .. ........ ......Palatka...... . .. .. . . .1...&,.. !b o1.lra
.'}'and these"' are cotulurtcd oror u guaranteed, at boo a bottle. : ) .Astor .......... .. . . 33nPII
: .'periml so a* hi no. \vajr to 4llturit r :80 am.. f:'. Francis....... . .. . . lops
rvlce of the HubVcrlber.X1i .. ,.. ... .. ....Beresford (DeLand) ... : . . . "Cpra' [
e c THE SUN DR.J. II. ALDERMAN Arrive 8:30 am. Sanford ... .. ..... .. . . 51:3)11I:
,::}t *> operators are thoroughly drilled'Mtbe IQiUOam. . ... . Enterprise.......... . ._. lll1)ia
; use of the new !board and when
1t'cOnles'to' the actual Performance of DENTIST GENERAL PA88-. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W. BAY ST., JACKMi.NVllTj: :

cutting over" which generally take. JOB PRINTING r. M. IKONWONUF..H.JR..A...OeD. ....... Act.. ItJ We.'Hay .,.. Jnokk.-r.xt i.t -

:business I. always. light both board .. A.Cj.HAUKRTY.Uen. RTHKO. ..'.D !'>>&.A St..New York. CL.YDK .. "'e.Tatt
DEPARTMENT Over Dutton A Co' O ln Tll v 1Eje e
have a full force to work them. The O. EOER. CL1'1)1 ,, cu,,

.itlstet. 1* to cut the old connection General Manager... General A t'.u.
Ctt "rnulrb HutUHoc.10 tat.Utreet.New YerkFlorida
sMKl complete the nw one at the same Makes a Specialty of All Kinds .. _.
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tut. Tills Is usually done by pu'.l- DR. GORDON B. TtSON. ._ -
;out from the board to be abandon of Plain and Fancy'

tbe beat coils which ar put Into DENTIST. East l= Coast Raih
circuit In the distributing frame rr,

Pl protection to the apparatus against CommercialJob w
:Mil L'overload of electricity from light Offlee la Miller Law EJcbaoae -

f'or from the croealng of .wire., oft O".YILL. FLa. Local Time Card No. 62.Corrected t to Se;:. I J .
not. and simultaneously pushing

,, 'Into the mechanism that replaces Printing SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN hOF1k' ..i(...A
''!_ rapidly can akllled men perform THE WEST END, -- "' -=
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'tM operation that one of them earl put N... pvs': ; ,iT.t'rttlx" 'u0l..n '" .
... '01' TOO coll In a place in thirty . .For. . FINE WINES LIQUORS A CIGARS -1).lIy I nally- .

onda, and the whole process" of "("' JOHN MIN!: /I 10:9. Proprietor.19Ul I .UII I', 0 4.1 ; ..y _.,.,,., ::.:.Jaek.a.rl l In_ .........._.. .rt I 7 .,1. :

m over" In a large office occupies not Business Men W. Its r>,.. JacksonvlUe. 01a. : is 7 ::,: ill v :: :' ;: ::=::,:_..*..:.L JMelu A.uL.un: '1.1,1i',.:..:::= !;Yj; a i .aJ, i:
"".tw4>ti than two minute. '7here* no InIDMeruption e C.3 I', I' 3' a '. ..._...... ...__.11.t I .a.. .. ... ........._ .. I t f''' ,
TIO11 mu a'' . .., E .. ....... ..
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of for :::: :: : : ..
service however one : :
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Faust beer bottle and draught. Don'tfall o T t.\ p 1:15; f..r; ....._..._..,Y.L.tLi_ ........__... ..,! i .11 I ..
"fIIroaP. of wires I* dealt w.lth at a time Professional Men to call on me when In Jacksonville e. f'/ 11 2 I a L" ............. .. t'.Inek.1_ ..._ ......... Arg I U.l : =
...tbat no rtmilt I* out of commission ......UI M.1. ... I., lu +
J.iUc; : !.rt ::;:;:; :' ;:- : : : : :
,.ore than halt a minute at the longest. o + Sm klatl. .._ ::: :: : Ar._ : 2
luiu IGupjlYlpLv.._.._........... Ne'ir......_....__.. 1.., 3..7I I ..
:'j Manufactories Etc AT ST. TINE. a 0.1 I' 12.t I' ...__..___ itunrlta. ...... _.. .. Y 4' I
f 1J"t, D__ r.-IIr e.." ". O. : 41 1.7 :: 1961 I'4.i ::, :: ....:=-.7'..=:?I rI"ad ul .nt.:.:=::.::=..:. :: I r.1 37 I', I:. I -vOi
: .go a great deal on family re- furnished aa.4a iaJ1. -I'4I'I.e. a01 =
',"' ted the Ward McAllister of the Legal Blanks on Short Notice. Large cool rooms at Ocean 9 0$ :: 1 bt p :::::.::::::::,;.rt (loin.:;;::=::=: :: .. n I: :;
View Hotel. Free bath. Light housekeeping "I 92- p 2 1:1.:. l'jAr .....__. .S.w t4m.n.IL.... ............ .. 7.v: I' j :"
:...Dunlty. "I tell you there's lots InI .C 1 G 'w 1 .0 I.iIo''Ae...:.......: ... i..k'.H..j..i 1 w.:.:..::.:-I.r. 17: a I ;
; family counts"aij4b privileges. Rates f 1 to |3 per = a"l f' ._-...... ..Or"t.lly _............... 1t'1i : I
The following Utter from one of our 4 ..... ,..Orng' Junclia.. .. :I. I '
4oe.a It* week eaoh room.. Meals may be had : ab.L.: : 2" __ 1'1 (.
mail order customers la plan.. 10311"1! __ _........,cw""')rb__._..._.. Lw, 7: ?" {I' :;
Abraham' Lincoln' ta U..rYft.
o next door. W. H. X. 1'l KllAV Prop. .
: ] 51 pl ,. .. M k ll I I I I'i
_."poor that the uegroe called him pu''slsblt. Cory s Louisville, Ky., Feb. 71. 1000.I. ( : SLAr i : =::..... :-TItu..111.. -: == 7. :: !, 1: 7.

trash and Abe himself was born II. McOreary.Gainesville.. - 1 O; ...9W.. .j 1oi'sL.;Ar..::;...=.:::..-Mnnt.'rrt.. ::..:;.:=)Ar', dui. I. .=

J.Ia. log but with cracka: In the walls so & Fla. IF YOU LOVE YOUR 10) ::IV.. 'a..i. L" ..._........ Tit.relict. ...__! .._.. J... I .5 I _
,\wlde that you could throw a dog I)ear Bin Received the printing ... .1 tap .0" " ,.._____.On.,1. .... ... ___ .. 12 S' I
ItDroagb' them and hi* mother's name matter In due time, and will I say like that the WIFE DON'TROAST c U :: :: : : :: :: ..:=::..T.. :. n..ckM.ta. uallle.'...,===: :: 'i +11 J .1I b+ I I., ;
I' Is
t. perfectly satisfactory. ... ... .. !
|waa Nancy Hanks.The U Ielll a 464 p .M.n..rD.._._.__ It 44. I '"
'' of John Adam ran a cur envelopes ao much. Many thanks for 12 It" a., p __._._.. -.aD _..____ f I.. "t I. :.
father .
; \ your prompt attention In tilling order. b< tt John ") Adams how.elver. I as .48 .,,..,Furl
QuID( a 110.t.
,;tat grocery Your truly HER p 1'Irrce. :: ;
\ .C T Os p ::= TShh.l. .:::=== 9" :; I
;; had .taml back of blur for Ma. M. O. COCBTKBT.JDsW O 2 i. t It 1' -.----- &..............__ .. 9 .11" I
:;,\\.JdtI father. John bad been preal.lentJOt liy oompelllnff her to bake the family 2'" a T It 1' .._..._._ .l"nD. ..___ '. a )1" I l-i
tote United State. Send orders TilE SUN. bread during the hot summer months.Buy U a a9 a 'VA.. '. ..__ .. .Cuar'........ .._ .. It It I a I.. :
U a Oot., T lie p _.__lInt.."'...n.I___._ a /9 ..
\[ .:.James K. l'olk grubbed root out of a lamesvlll. Fla.MAX Hread from CiS ails 'iii' .._._,.._W-t .l'1JOU..r_ .....__ '; $2. .. :;
your f' ___..91(..., tat... !t-"A............ .. T 4. a -
.;;,:$..w. ''farm In North Carolina until heY _. . t i : i jlli .. .. .
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\ (ot': too strong to work for his father; .Keystone Bakery. ..4 4 4! a 9 ,. p .. ..__....._1...'.,.........._ .._" .. T 'u.. -
KRAUSS .. .. D} 5.7k'blip : __..For1A.1d".a '., ....._._ .. a I' .
'tnen be managed to secure a Job In a a .. a 1ItlO! p .. __._.. flesh. .....__....._ a I" . Ja
IKOOtry store It's a saving of time work and money. ::s sa a'i 10 4I p .Hatlandalm.,,,____ :: a M ?
RepresentingE. i4.) 11 .A =..== :
p I la+wnq City--.. S'4
. ''!ADdNw; Johnson married family.. Fresh Bread Delivered Dally = a .. a.1 p Ar ........._...__Mlam..._..., _..._ 1st _.a t\ .. .
," > wife knew enough to teach him. A. WEIL & CO. To all part of the ...I'r.180 Cakes, -, - .
'bow to read.. e Pies and other production of natty. . n.l Y
t every 1': I' JlUHI'MTJI\: :XT ")S t..
.JobA Keats wa the on of a hostler the modern uptodatebake haw. spivi
1., and was born to a livery ctable. shop. -CIO -_.. .....____ A'I.-....... I
.i Bare Ben Joneon laid brick while be Of All l)HerlpU.... It. T. SCIIAFEK, freprkUr Keysteaeliakery. t o ao_e -...:jAr __.....aioHit..w._.. ._..... .. . I .f ar
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learatngt ; -
w. netMI 1t3S. -

"';, Napoleon Bonaparte once" remarked __. _. ,_ _. _... _. u._ _ "..-...a'ICe.. ". ; ,.17) :Y.a.YATPtRT;.:: "RANC" ]ll'e ..I ... '" "...
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ancestor 117
"I am my own I I.II y.1 .I'
''i Did you. ever happen to hear who was Sole, Agent f or.HUM HC1I ltiOTEB-- Ugly 8.... __,_/4ly _

1h. father of Homer or of Shakespeare lOUISVIlltN[ 3 3nASIIYILlf I p aiM. s !o a .,..J.-k.navnt._ 14% 0
"rot of nudstoiie or of Bocrate* or of Elm DUALITY Shoes. Ev.rtpair :: p :: :: = & .s l Ii'; t: t a7 ::' :L I..
2 to p to a0 I'b__ t .o .l It M 4
Watt;: : >V iUuii n?-PortlandlSiY" warranted.J. asp .' .o. a I... .AWntIOB..ea.._ 1w.. i.Ia a4a
0. p 11 GU P, n) _xaypnrt_ e 43 Ai; II IIOJ a 4

..r.... at.tre'.41 c.- Manasta. Agent N F L R.Ver ft. r.- -----x:; -- __ -- --

1 :.l- Tney hr u novel method In Slam -------- --- ----- rtMINSlUi: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT )H t'IL

:; tIt getting rl l of the bodies. of paupersttttl4

. crlrulnnls. |n one of the temple ALACHUA COUNTY,,, CU.. Cea4Ktl. e Mal. at .HU_I.with St.s.sals. .( the P. O. S. -V C..r*.< F-
4' kept s nook<< of a hundred vnlture.
;\.u... bodies. instead of being burled Alaehua eounty Is .g' ,4o0 mere In Low Rate Round-Trip Sum HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

."qua' [ bnmed. are siren to them a., food. area, ha H8 miles railroad 100 _

:%'.... aoou as they rntrh altcht of a body miles wagon road M pnatoflloo, mer Tourist Tickets ,....
:,3" raradt' t T*>aturvK ther an ond 123 pobtU eehools, 77 phneplaa&eplan' nTt_Tat>lM show U.tl_a. -_ .. ...._-7 tr..p.'tt.1 to arn- .'
'M saw mills. na.txlO eoort la..v.h11 Mailoa. bet UkMr arrival r .,. saw t.
= a las tl.ww i
,... and It only takes them a minute ort house flve newspapers. and pro' On sal* dally to various n orts North ..":.NMpc'.elbt.tau; yr.ts.7 ..0e..wSsA.l t.( " pick all the fle li off It d.... Born cotton. rice' sugar sad W4t. limited October 31st to return ,-
'; repugnant eight It I.. but. accord oat, rye J'O&aIoae. pineapples. or ineludiag Chicago, Milwaukee Tor
:to Blame** puyviclau- I. an ea' u .... ....0..... par. plums. pean > Minneapolis, 8 1*. Paul. Denver, Colo Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other laformafWd

'sanitary measure. The soil of *.and all kinds of vegetable wade Spring. Pueblo. "SeE THE "
they point out. 1* generally moist.4atnc Extremely low rates to Portland TICKET AGENT.
.. It I. much better that bodte O**.. aeeouBt Lewi* A CUrk Ont.n> ".
"iTjHMlM# b* treated In this way than r*> ai MffJJlc, the C.untj Seat.., Dial Expositions also to ttsn Fran i4eo J. D. RAI1NER. A..t. Oen'I Pa... Art.. ST. AUOUSTIM!. fL.-

. tl"('.f..Head.' In the ground, for If tmrtod. and Los Angeles.Oaly .- .---' ... - -- ... .. -- .-
\.t'.rrNM (lies foortee* eaurohe. two pMfcoola '- llao operating through sleepers
surely prove more r of
Okieagu.qsip .
of Florida a
,UM Ualvewlly trues Florida
.\"Y!..ilr__M tn! public bealth. ) a nj6Ut Uiraenewspaper*; rise operating through sleeper. whrL irL Nd of
>*hit r la. vmRnrse bave Onlsaed Malted.< SB*** .... UM ....* froaii Florida to Q4U LouU with dlalag
.';*aat" ,to ......IM... are placed hi ...... ...... *lt rie ear ervloo.lliioagai.
,....4.........banMd. aanndt.ed ..i kw- ..s.filet....s., oartM ti-srr-trs to Cab JOB
..,. ... ..."' .. .- ....... :---. ..... ...... froa rOteia chair ear. FloeelatnsI PRINTINGBe1.d
. r..5'- eelMaMit.M ..... .... ......... >a\rsrviJ Ui ;b. South
.. pkfie tgf1Ms, as ..... .................. x AakfaMetevteL.. __ A W.
t I ,..".. ." ...'.-.. y 9tttm Your Order ;jo
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A,k your grocer for Blue Ribbon JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.Or. .

iWS OF CITY AND I lemon and vanilla extract Takes The .
Davis Under, Bond for
Ie... Flavors perfectly. Placed Appearance

iJOUNTYGOHDEHSEDIkitfss Trainmaster A. L. Glass of the AL. at Clruult Court.

lantij Coast Line left yesterday for There was an interesting session of UNION I CENTRAL LIFE )

Palatka on official business.. Justice Cohnan's court Thursday :
General Interest Oath- morning the arraignment of l>r. U N : .
of Harvey Broton and Julian Bauk I
1 Our Reporters. night, two prominent young: men ofCentral I Davis upon a charge of obtaining Insurance Co. .
reed by visited friends in this city money under false pretense, made by I
MW-B-M* Jra.V.. D. mi'h. having come up
AND SOCIAL. ITEMS The little court-room was crowded,
pfASONAL Mrs.. J. II. T. Bynurn of Live Oak OFFERS THE ,
as it was a ease which had been thor
What Is wife of Senator Bynum. is in thecity.agnest .
Happened a1W Going ouahll.dYt"'d.. a"nd the result wall
- Has, of her daughter, Mrs. J.

q H.pWn Told Who In Short Runs Paragraphs May Rsad"N K. Abrams.If a t tno great!re. many curious spectator were \ ? ( Premium Rate Interest

. 10 That "He your head aches, if your eyes Water > The ecitioationa of this. charge. LOITEST HIG.HE\rl'

hi The Sun. or burn and your glasses do not suit have already been. published.: The! Death Rate i. kt
of Jacksonville wa In town you, consult mt". free at the Brown amount involved was $29 which the Earnings
J. Lynch House DR. C FRANKLIX.Mr .
plaintiff stated on the stand she gave

Itfft-rdsr I..J >..iline cards in latest styles E. O. Futoh ha returned to her to .he defendant" in some land deal. Cash Annual Dividends.
'.:.adi home in this city after an extended lour witnesses, testified being the
[ll Sao trading visit to Augusta and Atlanta, la. f mlntiff' Mrs. \V. D. Smith, her hUIII.t -
I Jonesville wa
Via Strof Friends are glad to welcome her again. ,"d. and the defendant and Attorney

III h. eUr yesterday. Jas. R. Merchant returned yesterdayfrom Q. Ii. Seofield who also represented

William Winner spent Wednesday In ,Alachua, High Springs and New- he defendant. Policies Written on All the Approved Plans ;
Itt..op..iU," on business. berry, where he has been for the. past Justice" Colman! placed the defendant .

Mr*. K L, Black of Hague was ahop two or three day in the in'eruof under a bond of $l&S for his appearance 1NOLU1UNG ORDINARY L1KK, LIMITKO: PAYMirxr: :: ..1 Fl':.

,hie in the city yesterday. The Sun. at the fall term of the circuit LONG AND SHORT TERM ENDOWMENTS.: TKRM: .AM. I INSSTALMEST l

jme Vanlandinghamof Monteocha For latest styles in fall and winter court which wa promptly given INSTALMENT BOND, "'UI.'. RKTL'RN: ('It":'Ii t' \( '

L trading In the city yesterday. millinery, call McCormick Millinery and he wn released.Mr. 8KTTLKMENT: AND CHILDRKN'rt: KNDOWMKNTS.KKOItD: "

I Mr*. J H Jacobie Bronaon yesterffcr Parlor new Hill block. Everything Jarvia ING FIRST-CLASS LIFK INtfUKANTR: WITHIN Till: UhViMI
favored friends with a visit here.! new. Latest patterns. Announcement Enterprise. OF Jo"EltVUOny.For _

[ W Hampton left yef *- made later for pattern hat display. Notwithstanding that he makes no VA
: Attorney blow about it, J. H.Jarvis i lions of 'he-
f fcrday for a professional visit to Tsllatuee. Warranty deed and mortgage; blank most energetic citizens of our city. To full particulars call on or address
for sale at this office, the form used in
use the old expression, he "Just saws
Get jour job printing at The! Sun job.ger Alachua county which saves money jn wood and says nothing." w. B.
[ \ and you can vote for your favor- recording. $2 per hundred or BOo 'er EIIGD0N,
:Mr. Jarvi became tired uf the uncouthly *
[ft* i io the library contest. dozen by mAil.) Cash must accompany appearance of that block on

Attorney C. Thomas returned yes- order dawtf West Mechanic. street bordering his'aJ... ..A..gec..1: 7

[.,rda, to bis home in Stark. after a Mrs. Maude Merritt and daughter( property on the north with the result

k-ilu'. trip to this city. have returned to their home In Lakeland that he i*, now making at his own ex GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Derail Sheriff Jack Martin of Wade, after a pleasant visit to the parents p..nllean elegant thoroughfare which .. . . . _____ .__ .
----- -- -- - --
of the former Col. and Mr. I. t;. -0.I
,sect Sheriff Fennell'.. efficient assists will prove a great convenience to the
Webster. The, were accompanied by when completed. The street Is ANNIVERSARY MEaT lNG. T. F. THOMASmtmm
[ .u, ws tn the city yesterday. public I I
Miss Kate Bruce, who will spend some
, Levi' LOOK a successful farmer of.the being properly graded and paved with Co I fax tabekah Looge. I t. O. O. F. q,
y,.trry ,,"cUtn, was among the West time as the guest of 1\Iu. Merritt. Machua nek and will compare favorably Had Interesting Session. 'ky

J lad fifitors to this city yesterday Contractor D. I). Robertson wife and with other thoroogfares of theclty. The. oiember of Colfax Kebekah U n D r D I co.
.on. Fletcher of Jacksonville, have The enterprise' of Mr. Jarvis Is to be
. furnished for rent. No K held '
Nicely room Lodge, I. O. O. ait interesting
decided to make Gainesville their commenJoiIProf.
[socking Apply on premises, 303 E --' -. meeIIIK.dn..I.., evening, the no*
home for the present, and are pleas
'Lberty street, or at this office tf antly located in the Thrasher building C. .Kritiikliii the popular Tampa caslon being the forty-slxth annlver FULL LINE 0.. '

BJ Poiterof Tings managerof the corner West Main and East Mechanic\ oculist and optician, ha opened an sary of that branch of the order.There .
here the Brow House for ten were about forty present, and NEW
Cmon IMiohate Company, was a bust ofllee at GOODS.Agenta
streets.' Mr. Uobertson i I.* engaged on .
.*.. visitor tn lainesville yesterday. the new Episcopal: church, now build d"y" Daring his stay here he will give the evening was passed In a most enjoyable - -

Turpentine leaves for sale at this of- ing. the people of tiiinesvilltt a chance to manner. The program comprised tor...
correct theiniefrcilvs vUioii. Consultation Instrumental selections l t'J Prof.
Lr.Srk Cith : per dozen $3 order per hundred.dawtf Windsbecker of New York one of free Having prescribed for, .\. J. Fuskett and Miss. Myrtle. .Penned, Monuments, Tombstones

mast accompany the most widely known and cleverest uccesufully iltt PCt and corrected the a song by Si is. Nell Demp-ey, and the and! Iron '.HlCt'H.
. The Sun job umce make it a point traveling men who come! to Florida I 4
vision of overtfui) of Tampa' best oltl- Sr. Our Samples'
to turn out your job printing withseatnesm has been making; hi. headquirters in z..rlll, any recommendation would be' Ir..1'igg. .-. - 'f,
and dispatch at reasonable this city for the past two or three days, uperlluous.. He will has here rrumOpt"lI1b..r Maude Neville. llrnthers Hubert )(Co'.
Pervenal. attention. all .
t. outlier
[price* taking aide trips to the various town ; >
Clellan and J. W. IliaiKling made In
Iftth to :23th.
( this. line. hall and telegraph .r...... l1i
for :o'\14.-Two: round-trip tickets to and villages. Mr. Wind,beoker has formal addressea on the order whichwere '
Sw York If you want one or both been a regular visitor to Gainesville An interesting meeting of the Helping full of Interest, and tinged with pmtnptly attended t.. .. ':

f Mil at or write The Sun office, Ualneanil for the past fourteen years. (Hands Society of the First Prralyterian some humor which tended lu enliven (4aineitvilln, Flonrtn til'MOUNTS'

-. FU Victoria, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. J. Church was held at the homeof those hrrsent.Refre.hnienl.. .
L. K .Kdwinls: : of Irvine, the efficient II. Karle entertained a number of her Mrs. Charles H. LnlltOO \V. Mechanic . were servtrdand alto s

siss fc-er for the Irvine Crate Work. young friends yesterday afternoon It street. Wednesday afternoon gether the evening was pa..e
... rtgi.tered at the! Brown HouseJnurJay. being her fourth birthday anniversary.The which was well attended.NEW manner which will' be remembered by S M I T N'S

little ones brought several pres --- .- _. --- ----- -.. all -- WELL a

JoSn Cheinut has gone to Alachua, ent, a spread was' enjoyed and aside THE YELLOW FbVtR.Sl -- ;j,'
whr.. ti.u conducting a*model and from a few bump the youngster received YORKRACKET I.
tst"t>.i-f farm. He expects to return at play, the occasion was hap New Case Reported- Wednesday All the old Htandardn and

tomorrow Ally passed without Incident.N. Night' -New Orleans Situation. the choico of tho new OIIOHan &

FurchJI..d I rooms for rent. Light A. Callison of Spring Park Stock Pensaeola, Hepterat VI.-Up to A IHriuo j!,
":)a' rpmg |If desired. Apply. to Farm B nningf :1". T r *nby. 7O6 North University to this city yesterday. Mr. oases of fever reported lu this city, but Ask to tt<*o thoin? Its their

trt :u was accompanied hy George P'. - none up to noon for today The ....* cannot tx dinplnytnl 1 to ads. 'to

*. W Stripling representing theC. Weston of BiUroore, N.. O. for eltht I have been concealed from the doctors, vantages in a cu",.,. \.
B year connected with the famous Vanderbilt which make matters worse. :
VnnlVman Company, Jackson- CIIKAPKST 8TOKK ON EARTH.'csr spies|
,nile. w. working the trade in this estate, who i I. spending a fewdays I It' make It more dlfttoult to control ,
a. his guest. Mr. Weston i I. one Fine Fadeless
-"I J*.irJsyOoacc.iuiu the disease. FotograU;;
, of the Lest posted men In the United : : ft New Orleans. t-" ....

"'.PT.K til tny of breaking household up furniture hou.... States on stock. Mew Orl."..,., September :31.-From I Kroin L."," ket to Mf Mi>... j i1'

iIIU: for ...ale] until October 1st. P. I III. Among the prominent visitors to 0 p. m Tuesday to 0 p. no, Wednesday SMITH'S STUDIO. .I
W.'tnard. this city is 8. W. Johnson of Heland.manager there were *) new eases and 0 deaths.
. cf the K, O Painter Printing . --
Front 41 p. m. last night to noon today
tJ.S.'Jtl :Sheri J. H. Granger mnay.. Co Mr. Johnson Is en route from 1'.
l B".tr! here w.roJ: ) case and three deaths. ;
" went In AUchua yesterday Tallahassee, where he wa awardedthe however .. -
" The ondltloos, are astanily
I-"h-nll Judge' : CaswelPs court In an contract Cur printing the supremecourt Our buyer i in now in Now Improving notwithstanding the IkeCONTINENTS
\X!vrtant trial .
reports. There were several bidders occasional jump In number uf ease*. #
"*"".n-lsJ York City pnr( htudng our X'
M.Ri-er.and Christo- In the UH. bat the bid of the CAFERe

'It-' Mtthc.on returned yesterday Painter Company being the lowe. Fall line of Captain SirobHar In New York.A '

.. ros Mark. here they have been on was accepted. This eompany owns Inerc.haoc1i8C.1 letter from Captain J. N. Hi rob* .T\tJUANT.
rtf..., real, hUMne" .. one of the largest ai.d tenet up--dU. During his ab..;onco, and before : bar who I I. sow In New York to the
i"F' fawson State printing bfQee and binderies In the of The Hun that
veterinarian. publisher request C slrsisuew.r rwis.t .S.eksee..
.. I.,,,'.'f rued from mn official visit to State, and It Roes without saying that the arrival 1 of the heavy. the paper b* sent to his ....h..*. Cap
T&:!.aL..p m the Interests of the the work will be properly done. lain ritrobhar slate* that he hope to

lat. f" >ant of Health. -_ --__-_-_- ____ .... -_ I stock that he will purchano, have the pleasure &#seeing His friends
. U. 1111' Maoager W* In lalaesville' In the near future. Drip Coffee.r
I NUt. : If. Llpeeomb. -READ THIS. we are anxious to ... -.--,,,,,
OO'I""r:: Manufacturing Company
(.es III .'. ti Hawthorn. Patatka and Dvgaa.cao,T...... Jane 1, IC-Jl. fetock and make room for Got Off Chesp "
. tU..r V = :. en buslae**. This ia to certify tfTat I have used He may well think b. has got off Woater..ata.Open .

tie & F Camp of White gpriag' oa. MUle of the Texas Wonder. Hall'* now good, and we have eheap who after having contractedM
a.1t'toP .f tre Great Discovery and have been great >n tlp'tloa or li. firm
of R. J. A B. P.
C.. t .ral.,. rnanufaetorersof lucntjw0 I ly benefited, and can cheerfully recommend many good thing at ex to ..*rfe ily restore hi* h."h.Cut- ,. Earlj and Ltlt.
,M'. -.. II to Lb. pobllo. hur will' do this' Lot l>r, K''..'. >.. i iI '
, z" yesterday. C. II Ot.JtT''f, ,ceodingly low prio*; it will .tfe Pill. A qutek. pUs' .aat and remIsla
.'on of the Haoth Georgia ear for ...**!..B>.. ......IIJoe'-'uu'l 1 '
a''e t.UJ 4i pony Voldosta. Qm.. f. In A TEXAS WONDER. poly you to visit our nU>re. .t... 38.- at alldrogt,,rM s.a..D.--J, .. . ---.. --.- .

J the lau,....0111\1.line. lie
as One anal bottle of the Texas Wooder Como in and look around;
'? -
friend of C. O. r. riek...
' *io Great Dt > ur.s all
iiall's eery. Miss M.
zealot him while lawn. : orton.6elnesrille ;
** kWlMt7 and bladder trouble, .mov" you can 8QV /money here. .
. b &A '-r toa )IeKisasry .atertaiad gravel, core diabete. seminal emletic. Miss Tebeau1:
Irmal asaascr a few friea>dW la locks, rhetinta-
..1rt ...weak and e Circulating
. ..i". ..J eveaing sad aoee pn..nt .sam. aDd all Irregularitle of "'. kid Boarding and
s. very pUaMait ....,... for *>*y* aasl bladder la both caen and ...Llwfary,.. .
1 L . tDaly
y .Dd.wobU tloe.10 the troatle& iAaIW.
.disv. wte.. wwoMa.legt.laie* bladder Day School -
': w .... If sot sold by year druggist lb. Lakel I'.pel.r lrjlYtliiar
n \r
r sti, .... n'.I..ot,,0... wtil be seat by mall oo r.tef pt of IX w.. ens ws M.. ....a..
31n be,5 hen oe a vtaift k9 aer ai*> 0.. .- i.:bolt. I. two (sowU*** trwat' u.rxcwrtt.u.. rcottWA
,:: '- J II, .lan'M. ....... ..... to ...$ sad swldootail* to perf'- a al.t. sax r* T. I.Nrw.

-. hie .. gnay4 :yy leas ..... Dr. Z... W. KaU..Me....... !list fleissMa . sa..t.e w.

..J 1'1&41 fen OM tei1t .... Sea... r.O.Its.z ttr.. ....... .m.w .1 f BRO.i '' ,,,
.... ..... .1 :
:.lM tali ttw ... fl.. elt>it elr ;.
kats . ;
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tOty Will Royally Re

SChief Executive.


p to a Number of Large Con-
Snave oeen Extended-Fair
1 Continues and Every One
t tNe Worst is Over.
rfo, Sept. 21.-Up to noon
i* were t new eamae yel.
Snd 4 death

I'Ortesa m.(t.
I gain the lot
KIt change in

21.--uair seath.
o' New Ori auIa
tbe ftver tl ua-

'work of salitation goes utptdl-
The nightly meetings to e the masses terminated last
but special meetings continues
held lu the factories.
year large numbers of the
kers' excurlsons are run Into
a. Many were planned for this
'ameenaer Agent J . Merry.
11illaol Central, basn written the
of agriculture that they will
out, but that the ilnme of
I a been advanced to the
.r lf of November.
S~ina f r the Germ.
LO a ith a view Lo the dl4.
A1 t t of yellow fever
Sat I fiMerluency bo~-
the deepest interest i now
by the medical frateralty
10m of the loall bacteriologists
bRoenau. Within the past
S(iht autopsles have beeq held
hospital In connection with the
a, the results of which
he published when the fever is

y, the fever situation Is re-
as oouraging. Ioth In the
Mad In the city. In the are a large anuler of canou.
that experienced yellow fever
Ne in chargl of each point of
the fatalities are few.
l ver is practically %ll)l out
1ie, where It was wor se than
poNt In the state. N'ertly
who remallld in the t own
altk. The people of Kenta
IA., are a Igret distress artl
Ing for relief. Owing to the
of two cas lan a lumier
Mar there, Governor Vardasuan
r Mlialsppl authorltles will
the Illinois Central tralas
MIralsilppi If they stop at the
geetwood. The trale are.
L stopping there, aad the
SIueriln for mall. express
t e applies. Appeals have
mo -t ilovseror Blanchard and
be N1as4 aeomaatos

t el o *oGmthera Cy press
netaru'* assemeaola scheduled
Sfor Oat .W. h b pmopsIpOS
No, .U. M It Iem s altd oil
line's will be itttd
a Women's M t ule. whiha ha ha
1to d,, aith the ed-arl cam
durlnn a thp exlatUM O o ft
ha alr u opi-ortl ilt ea-
tk I',i,* ,. u Ro!aavolt lr MI
to i 'I., ,*ry In IIIfi great Ol
Nit IIt ialt' .it
a f, bh. ( of the prea.

et'L time ,
Kobask '
Slaforma"u>. t ,
km ha. he, 'a mot "

t.i will lbae
'! ** lecte
-a h cast,

Py.qAgainst 'j rriati

v we eo'ng In., hr. t

t k ith W' me'r.n cay yW
trout ocatl"t
Wd & am1&

and to report daily to the health offi-
cer until he shall deliver to the vi.
Itor a certlfelte that he is not In-
fected with yellow fever.


I Ivw M-d their air clipped Th.e at.
|toda e la all classes a.I dlpart-

aijm p'umkim to Lk wnlu &e to- Lhe

Ouseka Ins. Maeara Moaday,
Upid. 1g.-Sar w Jeaae iea
left VIeV SOLIt en sboTad
the armated ulmiser aum S5com
Ide4 by th P411960 14 0 Bb D .
%yr anal two O"Ofh 6" nsiWom
10 mot 1a th


S, Mail Wagon Muk In Mud is Extrl
oated by geKu Anmlrn.
O M LS New York, Sept. Sl.--ut for th4
strength uad courtesy of.four huge
elephants, a two-ton batch of malli
Prinidtr Of th New YTork Life stuck on the Sixtieth street station
would have missed the train at the
nPaod on the Stasd Grand Contral station last nigh.
The trouble began when a large mia
MONEY WAS GIVEN TO CAMPAIGN wagon, loaded to the top, awung dowL
Sixth avenue and ventured a sharl
Iempany Ple Man Big Salary to Look turn at the corner where street repair
After t Interof in te New York bad left a strip of soft earth, turned
to sticky mud by the recent rains. A
Leislature-4*ieved In Gold Stand new driver, employed in place of a
ard Theory. triker, was on the wagon and was
accompanied by a policeman. He
- New York, Sept. 21.-That $235,000 urged the horses Into the trap and th<
be been ps.d by the New York Llfe whoetli ok to the iubs. A crow(
insurance company to Andrew A. Ham. gathered and broke there hbravy reper
Utoo. of Albany, that no accounting i their efforts to help the horses.
for this money has been made except Then the policeman had a happi
to President MoCall verbally, and that thought. He sent a messenger to at
Hamilton attend st,(-;ons of the legs amusement house nearby and asked
lature at Albany in mite interest of the for the service of the performing ele
New York Uke In. lrance company, phanta. Four were hurried to the
was brought out toi.dy b ytestimouy scene in charge of their keepers.
given by Mr. MoCall, beLfore the leglt. They were harnessed to the sides
latlve Insurance inv.-tigatlug coiamit. of the wagon and jerked it out of the
tee. mud with Indetcribalute e~se, while
Mr. McCall said that the various the crowd cheered.
sums making up tihe $235.000 paid to I rly in the evening a crowded Mad
Hamilton had been given him in con. I*on avenue electric car crashed intc
nacilon with different real estate deals, a large mail wagon at Plfteenth street
but Mr. lughes. a.t:r considerable and Union Square. overturning the
qu,,sttoning, develop it the fact that vehicle. The strike brtnker driver and
none of the monty hadl been actually a pollctman by whom he was accom
applied to such duals. Mr. McCall panlid, were thrown into the street
said that Mr. lanill'on was allowed Both were nterely Injurud. The no
money to Influence iany member of tve torman was arrested.
legislature, or that he advised such
course. The. $2:;53.arl, Mr. McCall uai.l Democrats Endorse Independents.
he was sure it woullI be paid by Mr. Philadelphia. Sept. 21.--The "Citt
Hamilton on demandl of the New York Party," a reform organization, held its
Ufe Ininrance coml,-ny. county convention today In the Acad
"If It is not." hauli Mr. McCall. I'mt emy of Music for the purpose of nom
responsible. and I'll pay It. Hamilton nlating candldatta for sheriff. coronet
received for legal services. It is said. and two county commissioners on the
abmut $100.000 a year nfrm the New opposition to the Republican nomlnere
Yort IUfe lnmurance company." announced last Saturday. The noml
On the subject of the Now York Life needs named by the convention. It is
Insurance company's cnmpalgn control announced, will be endorsed by the
buttlons In r'cer.t pretIdentlal yeir. Democratic county convn:ilon to be
Mr. McCall alid they were given for held tonight The primaries of tlih
the purim;pe of defeatinL the silver city party were held on Monday nghli
platform nnd for the -ipport of thel and when the convention wa, called
gold l rather tran( of the RL- order more than 900 regularly elected
publican party, delegates were In attendance. N S

Offlr Leaves Mobile.
Mobile, Sept. nt.-)Dr. J 8oldberg.
of thi United latest marine hospital
service, who was detailed to aspect
the health conditions of Mobile. left
this morning for New Orleans. He re
oleved orders last night from BSrgero
General Wyman to proceed to the COre.
cent City and aid Dr. Rosenau ta his
bacteriological examinations of the e*.
ver germ. Dr. Goldberger express
himself before departing that Mobile
had no ear of a yellow fever visitation
saying the health of the city Was re-


.kan is Now Serving Term In German
Prison for Robbery.
New York. Sept. 21.-A Now York
state detective will sall for Germany
within a few days to bring back to
this country Henry r. Hardy, who
for the last thirteen years haa been
the nlmate of German prisaos.
Hardy is to be brought back to serve
na unexpired term of 12 years In the
Clinton prison from, which he escaped
In 180. He is declared to be one of
the moat clever bank thieves ever
known lp this country. After hb4 es.
cape he is alleged te have robbed two
Canadian banks of $7.000 and was next
heard from In Germany living the lift
of an "American millionaire" a. he
was called at a fashionable hotel In
rrankfoc4-on-the.Main. A Ikulon-lBa
den banker recognized him as the mnan
who had stolen from his bank cash
to the amount of $24,000. I., was at
once Imprisoned by the German Hauthor.
Itles and his time is now expiring.
Since Hardy haa learned that he
would be brought back he han written
letters to the state superintendent of
prisons asking that he be allowed to
remain in ermany. The authorities
have refused to grant his petition.

Medical AssocIation in session.
New Yorke. ept. 21.-Sixty fellows
of the American Assoclatlon of Ob-
stetrlclans and (Uynecologlisi and
about u20 other physicians attended
the first day's esion of the annual
meeting here yesterday Se.vtral Ia
pern were read, all touching on partic.
u!arly unusual phases of the dllasep
and operatnlos under discua scon. I'
prr were read by Dr. O, I. l.brtcht,
Dr. W. B. Dorsett and Dr. Franels
Iteber, of 8t. Luls; Dr. Willlam J.
titllette, of Toledo; Dr. O. Werder, of
Plttrimura; Dr. C. L Reed. of Clncina.
ti and others. A banquet will be held

Grain Rate Hearlng Conamlded.
Washingtun. Sept. 21.-The conclud
Ing hearing of the LlatrlvUle grain
rate case was blgun today by the in.
ter state conimertc commisuloL. C. B.
Compton, traffic manager of the laos.
ville and Nashville railway, coatinaed
the testimuuy beginning the hearla
of several weeks ao att LMirsUle.
1iertle have lbeh held at riWaMt
ham. Ala.. lIaulsvlle aud S. L tla.
add irveral tioueasd pages of teaUt
Mneey Ihave bWe Iken

GeOrgia Univerwty Openl
Altlns. JGa.. itep. 21 lb he saler.
aliy of tboorgla opea thi s morInlg. la
the alisenee of the obhaurl;or, iesa
David C'. larruw. will be in charge of
aghta. A <'ty largr nuaamar ~ u 4e*w
Wudeta have artlted ant he freah
8@ eleas besgl so amih larger thea
the emhomorr. many o(if to latter

Unien P4ttet Erenjoined.
sprtirt l 0.. pT. ?o ---As tajune
fls was rated the Cromwell Putb
aleIlag eum y bere today to prw.eT a
gais prIImteng --p strike bruak
ors as they oeted the coapamy'sa
pIat Mre tbhem strike breakers
bave ba O I pickets Bad pet
os trial A l attlet. The to*-.
pay now s i "*so of half ta ha
e"d m go Iw .

PretOg Wa 10 Ain aft" 1. IV.
M. -. St a I
-fgl 01 thel anftol

4.1 ot as e

slate has heen agreed upoln and only
one ward delegation. 31 votes, is under
nstructtlans. The tconventlou was
called to order by Franklin 8. Id.
monds, chalruian of the city committee
of the party.

To Enjoin Insurance Company.
New York. Sept. 21.-A meeting was
teld last nIght of the executive com.
mittee appointed last night of the pro
testing state committees of subordina
ate couaclls of the Royal Arcanum In
several eaterW states It having been
decided to apply for an Injunctioa re-
stralanin the enforcement of the a.
seaomeats recmetly enacted by the sup.
mprem oeot l, the members of the
committee determined to begin pro,
eodlBgs lmmedlately In view of the
tfat that the anw rate will go Into ef.
feet (Oct I. Appilatiom for aa In.
unertcoa will probably be made Il the
halted States coert n la MssaMchwtt
Another meeting of thb esettre com.
mittee will be held today.

Veteran' ReSmm i Adjouras.
Chattanooga. Teao.,. Sep 1.-T1
last meetag of the Sociey of the
Army of the O mbertaad at its reualon
was Im the aatre uo a memorial ser.
vie of Its late prealdent. General H.
V Boyaton. and other members who
have died daring the at : year Tht
aftmrnoou at Soo (rass HUll, fIr he
ChlMkamanca bha fle!J.lld the matebers
of the soriety w i; reIew the Twelfth
etaalry sta!LonelW at aPr1 Ol:,thorps.
oa tt1 I titlary r*servattol. At naght
"- ,, I Se vrs W% lVIII
c * '1 urbe give whh will
c :. .. rnr.:ua The society us)
Ieet re assall) hLccefornh

Ire UndereW iss ai ssmme.
MIrtfled. ba. % rpt. It -Tho s
ser o l the Natital Aurtasoa of
Unerwrite toay spe-et tao as ada
4ess by S H. Week. oeetag &
IMrof 3 5 oYet. t* -The Ma e tr er.
m emper Am a esauer
mm4 0a" *M ft4 ,is


thortty. so fir a."the .-'
wsty dIrises. botsm4
who. Paul w ito. pre,:
em"t. =a& med. aLe To.
saboow b- b b!ur -)
1~~~I. I55 trar e t~-r
OW Mr. Data* P.fet 2
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Freight Trains Me t II ,..,1
Passenger Telc .ciu


While Information Regarc.r, ,,...,
Is Meager, But It Is bup,;.,,:: ;
the Engineer of One of t.r r
Trains Overlooked His 0
Reno. Nev., Sept. 21
person arte reporte.l :.
man. George Warema. .
result of a terrible hI..
be.t wen two teighit i: 1
Southern Pacifc road It:.,
rear-cnd collision Ixv., ,
trains about 9 Uill'esi ':,
LK ttween U and 7 o'clock i,
'lieh wTcck, from the
out, was caused by ori.
neerm on the freig1,t ri.
I)3it hie orders.
An effort was niade to
coniii;g p;iasse tg r train
cefss, for the entire' sr'C
though a moment later. '1.
hluu, .aid to he In ch.rl,,
Iltons anti iremau Ti nii
into the first sectUin.
The engineer and F'i
ported among the injutn
pi ric details ate lacking ,
1l)-siclanh, nurse. u :.
addition to three wrec'-
now either at the Cset'.
it to tender aid to th.

List of Injured.
Salt I .iL U'tah, Si.
patch to he IHrraldl tro.i
F~:vre a parti'; .1 i )!l o L
the wrtc(k on the Somi t
letowa wc. Ncv.. as to: I
.MI~,1 Atid luli d I al', .
left ehouldIr. br a:( I ;:;i
bruire d
iMis. Annie lHigs. .St I
Icl t i'le'.
(i'o,); : Asinman. I)ull .
I il kue ,', li ., htad at.l
Wiliam Knox, 1it. '
Iack and side.
MIesl I-abelle Phillil),
Tex., bru:sed on hi-ad azi:
Mrs. Taomas Maso::. i'.
J.. (anjhthr woman) I, ..
Mrs. W. C. laalase. F
lowa, Injured In abdonr;n
R. C. Davis. Taborv-.l.
about head.
Mrs. Fanale Droluer 1:,
injured about face a nd : 1
H. C. Brown. ('blc.go,
State Health BIerd Su; "'
At!anta, Hept 21.---Th
f health is supreme .:.
quaranttne; local unjar:i..
and cannot be *uperci.dd..
of vaccination. sanltatln A
Such ia rnbstance is t <'
Judge John T. Pcadle' ;
permanent the lnjunct: ,1i
the state board of ten:. ,
Attlata board of bes.'
Intlrferlece by tbe Iattfr
quaraUOee, rradered a'
Ison of the bearing )-
onsr. nl other words t.
cease to a!nerelre rn 'h.-
tlos of through pae ,-* :
beilg con .urted belt -
l!nes by otlrrsn of :b
Many Peer Leone '-e ''
New York. Sp :t1 -
abe UIfi Ljirracre '
$2t5..4 to the Mercan"
pany In coaa~r -v":3 .:-
k.oln as "'be TrP '
tat these paywo*at. *

Aged Actress Paralysed.
New York. Sept. 21 Mrs. Charles
Walcott, one of the oldest women ti
the American stage pmlof'slon was
stricken with paralysis yesterday at
her home near IRinebeck. N. Y Sthe
was 70 years of age and at last re.
ports was In a dangerous condition.
Mrs. Walcott bega appearing with
her husband early 40 years ago and
made her greteat reputation as a
member of the famous Lyceum stock
company. Prior to that time she ap-
peared for many years In the Walnutt
street theater stock company of Phil

Went Unattended to Pen.
Nashville. Teoa. Sept. 21.-W. A.
Barn* ld. convio I Lauderdale coun-
ty of maaslatulter and Meateaced to
aerve one year Ia priso, arrived la
Nashvillle yet rday ad ws at at oce
to *e pealtesUtlr. He doaed the
stripes and wet betd the bars. At
Ripley Rarfeld gl the aerewary pa
pW aomm ittoin f to prison. bought
his owa railro ttket and came to
Nashville unauteaet. Iarreld's case
ba beea i court several years. he
having bea sateced to seroe 31
yearaON his Bra r trial

MI 4 Five cases of cholera have bo en 01s.
m-ir xE h r ewprrnn ~r overed in three localltisp in .thlu ad.
l5 r__M_ **-*mlnistratlon district of Marlcnwerder.
P-lahisma 4.jtn v els Mg West Prusisla.
of Claa l Adolf Hldlln. a parliamentary v ter.
p asult of Mn h d t an. known as the father of the riks.
cap iB ll B J ag is d al a'* t Stockholm. He rep-;
Cpi-sery year rescuted rSockholm during thirty-eix
AT RRI8LE THURSDAY ThA6EDY i an 131 sCh*ssioS1
------ Th, t'aingle library at Portland,
S1 froms nlad., %as clo-ed yesterday owing to
fromoCap Wm am.f W heO Thing S spa 1 ia lack of tultd, to support it. and It is
Sr,kng Cap W With W thi prObatilthI t,lnt Mr. Carnegile will be
E,p oded and His. Od W s Blown= asked to take back the library.
0 -H's Mother F P pisg a lying' A strike wM ordered, yeste.
A. l result of tihe elplaso of Ia e tohe day by ia. Mattress Makers' union of
dne. eap. ReiPbes Augil, the ten. whia4rst a wom ss d kbl o ew YVok. for a te per cent increase
ye r. l eof IanerA l.elo'ed. m w gorre veim mI wage F ortvy-e shops employ-
li ainfly wohad aed ad disgured EBery one of them lBg 500I men ,ad worm nare afected.
for life. and In she me 6*m.o b plenty o r in thMSar hjebf The official bulletin issued at Mer-
,or l etAgl, h el pain at r eus left ofr rm s at lin today says that si new cases of
aTbhe aeCidenl o rine i ofd the b-ecks leeorbS, 4L cholera and one death have been ro-
o'rljck 'iThuieday meftarr as the An Ses. flatulency. displacemeto of th ported from nos yesterday to non to-
u himie, about Shee milek west of woagb or irregularities. All tM day, making the total, 213 cases and
Sc... y1he boy am n symptoms are lnd tios of m M TSI deaths.
threlt.5ed of tk. *O heat blwthy condition of the oVU40m orj
eatm possessedof tl'fdMlae i m- womb. and if not heeded the Iebleo The Minot. N. D, National bank
silr which has brooe ghlt iL 0 A orrow w ill m ake headway until the penal felled to open Its dO for buane s to.
t his home. He Wu s letkin tmheap has to be paid by a dangeremsa day. A notice moted on the doors
wih a rail. whosm tI se eplode at bet. hile I ofImpr ,a read: "Pendiag the action of the
ewih rrlnc for a s Id' s reults are fatal. comptroller of the curreacy this bank
left hand Po badlyhM s kb nao nc The following letter ahold b6I ta closed"
w,.ry to have the meeher atpoated. hope to suffering women. u a
ut th. saddest ald mlo heart- A .dam,oftheCoolonnude Hotlr ai, Judge W. J. HOlboW pea one-
butdng feste of the sd s the Wash., writes. missioner of the Unilted States In VYa.
eatdinR Ifatareohft lhe a ieas wathe De s. inkham:- aesula, accompanied by his secretary
death of t th er. w inAhe bout two ears at o I w1 Asa npr today went to as Ques. Venesuela.
house. attending tob heIrPglar dome- rt from e were femleflrS wh re the comntasioner will be
tie duties, whenStheOaploanoo barred imUll told me that I braSmnf celyed by l'residat Outro.
s the yard. Rbhlag ot to0 asertain and must undo aal l
she trouble, she behebM er son in his waudtogt wi. I h eSia"
wounded eonditlws. th blod flowi@ngMl t,, h t o i Deesondeit Man u.elde(s.
freely. With the Uerase of "My iwla Fortums I m m W Montgomrry. Al.. Sept. l2.- P
od' ay. bi b te llN .d" s the M ln te Pi rated front the Wife he loved, penal.
Ood' My bey h Is een kllp, *the vilmrme to t6ke LydUcK P 1naia -.._...., -t"" .,.. .... ...n
n ad fell adB few o- tb Comund, a it w i te e-- and without employment, erased
onned nd e mos.ood In n sad I mmed ysp d to with overmuch whlaky, tired of I f
ments expired. Io n h e yl3th, and l g enral. Charges M Sher, a yoMag
Anglin is one ofl the u t lndustrious ts tumordisP aw man or cko le F. t~
solured mae nithe scanty. He has opuatdon 1 w wis ewaiyihu lg l man of Jacksonville. Fi.. toobbjs owg
colored men an the et. He hus would try this grat pre" life at the Ioa,,rdn house of Mrs. as.
been for many yer faithfl employee Just a surely a Miss Adeam w gel t, on the Woodley road In Dogu.
o Hoon. W. H. RoberteOaeouty treas- eared of the troubles enumerated 1 honia. iH mtlbirb. The ded man left
arer, and it was a Mr. Rubertsen's her letter, just no surely will LJdy4 B. .
eou:ltry home that the and tragedy oe. Plnkham'n VeetableC olamCpoud te foll'l wt hn. "o i
eerer woman in the land who safs Wife A, I w this. I am nearly
eorr d from womb troubles, Inflammatic a l the *,e ,, !,ye ad bye, and when h
DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT. the ovaries, kidney troubles, BervoM reach, you I will be there You re
H O O excitability and nervous prostrUate. memlr, r.I rled OCe before. All I
Dr. Pinkham invites S r uask you !, to tell my mother, at M
Dr Adolph J. VhI a mee Away. At. om b u re ill t1 )write her 9A bto
ter a Life of Usefulness. d Address, Lynn, Mass. a t retrtm A ever, your owis (a.-
Ilr dolph J. Vidal, for the past le" y
q'u~rter of a century a resident of
iicneuville. ad one of the most wide. HE WANTS INFORMATION.. New Medical Colege fo Atlar4n
Atlanta. k it. It--if the plane ow
ly khnwn citisene i this section, died A Georgia Man Desires Divorce From o foot are matured Atlant will have,
at hi. home shortly water midnight
hrdy, September 21, of on p- Woman Who "Pesters" Him. probably in time l the comiala soool
tion A '"entlemsn" in (eior ii,, IS vi year, another methral school of the
own A "aentlman in rim tre f the Alrta Oa
eased was in hbi sixty-first year, dently "tied up" with a "lady" frm sam Phg,.l a rsl the Atlnsta d lole
having been bore la Oharleston, C., wIom he has a lrnat desire for separas can- ico sme of te betd
December 81, 1844. In 18 when but tion. as the following letter to OCaptain known f ebers of the pofteso to a
fifteen years of age, he graduated at H. C lienton. whom the genolemr, Atlant and O orroa f r oe wees
('arlestto, College adi went to Athens, ciupposed was still holding the omes f there have ben rumored of dlasree.
Ci where he became one of the in- clerk of the ciurt, will show; ment among mamr*n of the faculty of
Strietor, in the Unitersity of Oeorgia. "* .- (is., Spt 18 the, Atlanta colleo b hut t was learned
Hr liJft Athens to enlist n the Confed- "IDear sir-Can a man t a diveoree yeterilay that thre relatlos between
rat armrly, and ln 188 was wounded in your Sete from a womanbat i thertm were. of thUe i,.t pleasant char
in s *c vere eagagemeat. crazy on oiie e-rtain oor or acctr and that t', disagreemo t was
'r-' the war Dr. Vidal returned to cruel treatment? A woman that i al- as to the policy o! 'he medical college
tLtr.litou and entered the Charleston ways quarreling, trying to boee my ---
M:-tal College. where he graduated business tid letting her's alone, in-
3tib racial distin-ton. He went to stlinpg. hli ,w no r..pefet nor read C AA

s. 'i,.lled to m to rlorida for or a o ere. uarr lin oa te a .
i *netit of his health. He Settod easteit day and note no pr ln to bt JIm Tkh dK Tm Pave AItwa
L '.>rsu.ille is 11 an d opened with her I o,,n, lnd A rented another I
Cr.4 h,,.,neo here, whisk occupation ISeae beesoe I did she rubb ber e t
S... ,.e followed esas4luouely, in my tree A told my there youngest UlreI
:,'",e "" w ""iu l "'.o C .ri etieions t- jum n,, m. rad gIv ma. a go
|I:' ernrn and had ee for yearn b tetig & many thing( simulr. --
i t.. wreetks ero, wh m eh faelie "The reseon I write to you I suoppoe IMere Mesy Th n N eeHded.
re'L rrned, he was ar Ieglar at- you know ahbut the divaee* Iaws in Montsomery. A pt 21 b-t Ies
c'r :*" .t:vrt srvewsfthe ehheBr, your State. Ey ifurm ubon you giv ben discovered ".' bthe. 470.000 a11p
., member e laded higher mse will he thankf rly reed, & I will pmorlited by tb. ,a' smad remed hI
.e em- g-et r pay yogu bk all your espee* and for tUr s for the old ,nfederate dldel'
: tee ir e m your rubble peaslosa. will ir ba pay t r)he
"by by 4 Y,~'re. truly, ta dof teb S :-r 8 **. M40
*, .e d f n*ou m s, d -- --- "" d 8 ea. h y I "' wh < wll,
: 'lnl h gq th a tg W(- Lt bek totho ',..eury
,- .. .... t... .. Like Findng Mosey. M e

St- heM as aie after his do-
".. ,41oible Re. Thee. P. Hay Fiding health lA e fledging mo. l- no te ttlent, opet 0lee
S -d the ervi wLh e were o 9-_ think thso who are sick. When LSad. Sept. 21 I, John TIoue.
t tended. ma f red of the o behave a enough. cold. ore the. or O uarrdo. the I rn fead fN ae4
Sa-. vi esn a o lw sheeo t irrtatton. better set promptly director of Phl l ( ImttM t te
"' a.iark ao f w *d p llke W. Berber of ppdy lvel.. Vs. by whkic over We$ ra waste baoe
I'.. nrleeo weM anleoe" He mys. "I had a tsrrrble rhnst trtue. beu rweced. trat ,! arnd4 paed ot
' .tfl Thfo Tm'm- t ws in L.e .,d ly smoke and eal d to to f 1' li. died im eo r ?'er a shmrt I
l (C' 1met4414 d m lm my lumPs; but. after sdl r.eo elief 1 )' tMoN'rd 1 ,ut-edr hrm
i...* dL o eo to r ilaother ro meod I was w red hb Ir aepptktct* the r .* I0re
S ples. The pall-.& sa Kin's ew Iesoeely for ameump- .
r" C Mths. J. J. tm. ahe *maMId Oets Uat AMgU m ,ar M ob
r" m oe,. M. ~e*,0 f my 04o or loIng msdeN* tLe td *i a ' '1.'0.M ua tl -e t. .
I' yd* d LdS. d. SWo. Atrld Asall dr meoo ; L asd Ia *4 e *s s. a , ** a r
S..1 b t' b a~ ~ 0,trl beS free t V.e t.. ,r A "I. 'm
SW itf i t seee n t 1 J' m

: ., thesomws~Ele&md. L le TreI why em ka perfee.s" al l *' for e'Se med
8 10e a-irt w we Ihnre. ** a' darug er
-- cal Agdm-=-

smm aS I ad s Ijirs* The l Jd

%as JI M

..... n| -- ..

4nv Ago.
% .ellitu the

P' @h~, ISnffe? CbJt avo ft ~I-It~ i E)3
Ilothil ~ rlC~-c) loor, the ro r

r phowt as R0lkru 97 are doved, by A-16" the"p
W-JETMIMA f t IS IVWflvYfnd qacAhky cOun: ethics
%WOO the eVees p ths ioumo r's ho? t upon cri ctlS

Stock 'in the Emma Gold Mine,
m ake. t thir 1:1% is he i) tItl 11 "Ite-t I,%%*0-, 1111,1i"
'I hill Miint-j4 11111 ntd jalrIjjq i llr 111~the' dune5. I( . i x ol
ment, bat a safe and poimiiitiaivPvIe'tnipt,
With si vy $IhIe iiivr.ard t ,i .t 'k we* r w ll iatue. t R :4 pr Igold
bond. finswiarig thii invit-ptor from: any possitlie. 'haive titf pp
The gold bonds are at s'-feL as (G,-mruneeett Bimal.
W~e would like to, he'sr fromt youl i 1it ee'm.i ilht-iiite'reetei ii il
Irst.elane Iavestmont, abietmrly sf. raid ice. with the Irialitt..tir e
pemr me d futor. uf anygolu(I ll 'c 'il'l 0-viriec-411 'e Vi etiteire It till
bear he ob el s Investigation il t u &t woeuId like-to t' gi yi 11ii11trtste.
Fall particular for the lier". skiie,

Brokers, St. Clair Building, Marietta. Ohio.

Send I1t IpoStal for tfil intortllltio on Minel
within 20(1 fwtt otf 'l, Emma have paiI as hich as
40 polr int, in oll -\ tar. Watch thl Emnia Mine
aril its dlividetitds



Sea Islaad. Cotton ,

ea island CottAn SE,41, Bagging and Twine. W"im
ILether in Striwp or iitiws.

Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Engy i
Sa Island Cotton ( n, anid upplim for 8me.

Ifnoorpoei ntI
Lbetree of Title Wad full infomr tlet furnished regrding leads i
eatsy. Our manager khs lived lI ths eoty thirty Iys nd
Is thoro hly eavernat withla d tile0.

Ei. E. V O TLE
ainl| a number of proAmient Amera ap Inllh esompas.
G-aitaa.wi ld r JloradA*-

Mesfs. --d Jebbe m l s

Btaple and Flny ro: r

Highe** m tr prise pad he b Ohleee. KgM aad other Prdoe

"ad Ae&. WifWaSs. n go ods aT B s tMe, t he I


The jeaseties
of Title th

eraoe for
te lageeWgag.


4 I-~-- --- -

SAMIor rL"Ibla evise ofato.,."I insepsW
LemdItIsD lathwge.'D Pr, flrim giuIge~t

Iebesae--e- P ret sl~e'n51r Mesh~ I~ d Iawre.U.V
Daeua A, Vs.~ HtaLrnk

a ttai -I tasOx SYSO




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lis Pnina TO
rtory aSd S--* al
11 snt (*1 e L,-L-f "TO&
,Nstory a5 will teday pbh
:l, o coreubodet Id u
r ,n Territory. I~ir the cr.
:, 0.otton e 0 Tem and
tar Oklahoma tltreM In
Sixth the esUo W la st
,~ compare the rild pe
V:. ,. .. the average for TeM
S:'; 14.11 per cent worse; la
n 1 .. ry 17.28 worse; Oklaho,
e. Thi IadkcaLte a pr
c:f :. -211.,6 bale tor W1 *OS;
K." :;,r ltllian Territory, sad U50
fr (i!.homa.-
,,u. ,: have revived the plat
,:,.: i: .-orthern TqaS, sad It Is
,,n .t ing in most % Jitetle. TIe
wi,; actionction depends largely upo
,:'ice of frost. 'Te crop
S.. :,.rrn hbal of the state It
j .. of development, rangiSg
S ,:, to bale, mWI t o It biTvla
Si::',' late. Picking is jls b.
u' :: rhti northernmost ooWutles.
i!, t., twc T' portion of the state plekina
;,lvanced, ranagig from 5
,r , t completion.

Tragedy Ends Negro PFeotvl.
Qu:'n. a. Ga. Sept. sl.-_wo' 4 s
Sere .4hot and killed and three
tr, r.'td a white man wounded at
norseo tf-'tval held ten miles from
e It t.' aid the white man was in
e a of measuring oat "brick," a
die 'Mwoxictilng compound, to his'e-
custuoer, when a flying ball hit
up;lifted arm. Another negro wUa
lled in Grooverville district at a
im: jar I ty the same night, and still
groh,. nas killed at Barwfik, this
uu:),. ti% another neglO Monday eve
lir.. It hlu got to be a rare thing
Vtr, ,r.e o)r more negroee are Aot
Lkt.i ,a wlcunded at theee drunken
f*'.\- ii'ut ten having been killta
Ii ':. ilut this year so far.
Atlanta Printers on Strike.
A, S-1t. 21.-On account of
tb r, ;-..l ,fI the proprietors of six
)oi ;', ;:' in offlees of this city to *sig
r ni in.nt with the unlon print-
er< w~,,,i''t. for them to grant them
an a' ,," work day on January 1.
lH-, .\', \, printers walked outi
t,'' i 1 lock. Every union man
oh,' ( 'hr crall as Issued by the In.
t .1 ..lI;, x Tvpraphical Union. The
ft fr. .l- are known as the Ty-
P%' \ number of other offliep
b.r : ~il c the agreement. and there
' ., majority of printers at

''..... with fe.w eeiptior., are
S' f mi ipat tn on ir debility.
SH! liarrri.o.. Cleveland, Mis ,
*i** k,' IS, ltj'2: want to say
*11 *, |i.ei for Rallard'. Snow
S. I I oteppld on a nil. which
r... : it rcrd. ii my leg # t ontracl
'f.' ri,, *> '"-i tin rie in m 'r r,ep. and
t ,. diil m- that I moinid have a
*,"' i. o,,n day I went to J F.
L ": .* r r.y *.lre (who i now In IDDn.
''.'' Hle reommeMded a bottle
o9 I.i,imerlt: I *at a 0stlis*r,
*': *red my leg. It to the bet
'' ; fhe* world" Sold by W.
l 1

C ~ teE Cemmtm .Ide.~
cp 11.-George N.
t' I y editor fe te Marl.
an a aedglg ctiesse.
".Ae dortg the *atit oy
i.. MWookingem river. He'
hl awtfe mehdo
auD brooded mo bbM
-~(ohis bm Lo y.

orea...tcf6 Sm-ems.
-*~s ~dw4with doShse
.MAd a Pon oemplezlm.

We A.--A a W-
toIebovosa, Se, U Wi


l haburr, Va.. S^ II 8r
leaghorne. a weNl k 6 Ii- d
a member of the be keSoege lft JO
vidson & La Asbme, 6t llbtirs..
shot and killed Mla If si Amherst
county opposMe thI dty leAt eight.
Il-bealth U glM a te resaoa o ro
the act. He m U y a of age and


D e am



i- 'yJ aw1a
MeetP~eb1e ile lea

ftlcago. Sept. B.--A plea in abate
meat wu filed today by the pa'i keS
Indicted In the United statR!cs .-'
court, on a charge orf conspiracy o I I
mopolsle the meat industry. 'lleb pies
ls not supported by affidavit. It i Bffective

%e'*tloult, Trams ast No.. 54 T4


A lr Ccpnp(H
Ar~ht o'..
A r (Ir. -' r i
Ar IW-rv
Ar I',

Larite ''' I' It
Ar Ow'h',r p
Ar Wasiholn41411
Ar 11ltiminirt.
Ar W. Ph'td,.
Ar N.'%v'N rk

Niul \eiyl
8Leopning tr .r1
Ville 10o NVA '1
No. St31--W
Limit"e-." I)
New York.

().ia L.'bu sa MWTamg. Mmd

- aInLa. Jasheseve.
North lAN and WWO
HAga y.tsrgs. Vis mmPOW&. Ia160b. vII
Albany. Ailanra am Pomti Westh. I~tte

Roe is r.A ~. x -l m6d amee0

The oeiwnl.

A Oer Oowmptemdon and Bright Eyes. Foley A Co.. ObioaRo, origiiited
In moetoses a sllow,blotched aconm Honey and Tar as i thront and InIng
pleziomad Sall hebvy eyes are due to remedy. and on saoount of the grrat
poor digestion *nd an insetive liver. merit and popularity of Foley's Houey
Orioo Lalative Fruit Syrup aide diges- and Tar many inmltltions are offered
tion ad stimulates the liver and bow. forh.he genuine. Thee worthless imi-
els d ake the ompleion tatlont han similar sounding names.
el nad ake the complsion smooth reware of them. u genuin Foleyy'
sad elear. Orioo Laxative Fruit Syr- Honey and Tar i is a yellow pkackse.
ap does not auseate or gripe and is Ask for it sad rlfm any substitute.
mil d ndpleasao tso take. Refuse It is the thst reamdy for eougbh and
Ibsthietms. J. W. MeOollum & Co. oolds J. W. Neslum &A Co.
atILk -- ^ A

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Aelts for Pabst UNhtmi leer
Export, per hbl, 10 dos. S, $ per dos. l.
Blue Kibbon, per bbl, 10 dos. $11; per do., $1
Jrug's OlhciMul eI hirtd er.,
Per bbl, 10 do., $9; per dos. $1.

on the

pay freight or express charges
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 (H
12 full quart ........19 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 so
12 fall quarts ......190 o
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour MHa Whisky:
Bettled la Bmed Under lieveriemeit Aperrvblha.
4 tull quarts, del .... 4 0o
(; full quarts ........ 5 50
1i full quart ...... .lo 76

Years Old:

4 full
e, full
12 full

4 full quarts
6 full quarts
12 full qii-rts

We a'e deah~r~ in

WCe ate dealers in
Li uOr line
j. m and
1 .1541 C

quarts .
quarts .
quarti .

2 75
4 00

everything in the
Whlkier, Gins,
Wines from
i;oo per aL


est r-


I M p m




--as b @eaI m y .sew. gd on eV an 'p if m i C
-CJ a~r AS ~lle~d
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so. my 11 4(a 104p'9LvJesup, .tUn.
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S, R y lO:p 95Us ArIroime.,kin -
I St I"y 11 12W p Arl algon. ,i (i;%
*-"ty 21.1a 21011ArU'sitlanwuua e -
SI-. I i yI v ~ 2 6 4 ArLohxina w.Ky .
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r Cleveland. H lI u F.-:r
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Lv Savannah, (i t o. Iy l.' I2 1
Ar Columbia, S. (C o Vy '04
Ar Asheville. N. C So y I .'1
Ar Hot Springi. N. C S1 Ry '8, 7
Ar Knoxrille. Tetn so. Ky 6 i(l,
Ar Louiville So. Ky 8 IM

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Ar Cinciinnati I k Daily. olid v.'stibulp tranm, thniugh
fuay emaohei and Plmnilse it ejume'ag
No. X- loaey Pullman lrAwinI Cars. Jarponville tit(Cincinniati
Room and It1teffit Sde4;itino ('!r bertweenI No, 9--'ullmmn Irawing Hooau
Jaoksotiville wind tmn'etnnati. 181L pin O(ar ?owlw.en .lie'ksonville.
11IRWis harm, Memphis, Kansas Oity
Excelleut lilmieg tar Seri Ir. and Colorsdo Sprinp
From New Vork, Washmiiin,ol iv' -%'1 1'A, ''Waohingtotiand FMinrda Isis.
ited," 9:wI a. m
From New York, Waiihmngti..e.. .s-N., N3. Wathmngtnn wd Florifa Ike
p155. 8:') P. m.
From (Cncnannati. Asheville', Pic 111641 FhII~~tIImiilorlds aN-0m
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From Chicago, Cincinnati. AtlaInta, vt' INo 14 Fii l.s n mtd."9:36 a.
J. 4'. 1,1'K, district i'msmgrr Agw', IOn %1. Ra 141, .Jairkaville VIa
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O t tt w be au. lo b
NWe AM #NoSt a.Srsblerm GM mee i
u. wsrtees, was ; IpIgm- ad do.
TI op Y1&, IPO W3 ANl lie by a clones wb1NGweCEve
No -ba" of CNylon. s e dt w rt- EW GOODS
DIABILITL te desotion of the t a IaN he a.e
S--ew I b natbnce Is that bt the col.
hra l bd Cisue biNterlSat, t Rie.
S' *hvi ted e IsInud atmi
oUses pame for Os, W s wi an ImmeS. s agI i s is t h yaw 414 A. Aeusiag
f ,e ho '--a a p aIttd Chlrti te on bwl" We will inaugurate the Fall Beason oi,
st that tm 7V0 .ear oild havLn
io .t.... o tf-i e bass pla fted It the AB r aM i=te
g mi U- or oUr as by Kiag Ikvrlpl isa. with a Spe

^IIIII Ikur. 11111o o titm ofter w Nn = l
r. l ert a a&etes. I" ste s M It nf e r aem@ W:

Bo r,, bohaseen et t e i a ove ththe -m aml b a
Ssle orur buyer now in the td market ;,
,aues bbsleg agitOf ed.rdwishI a r milb "aced msae d a o
lr erl r twodeigns, which will be oftile

ifs pe w oi d a. we e rO coming week at the attractive r 'i
~ lleek .r ba sp aYa or I rI wi over the be s wtL
of eheon Hail a the lab ponper lngth, e bt
SeoMathushes Our buyer now in the market hIr t
SO0eh ore e roSn crn f e4r oa rpe royal fayJ mily.

usa ies m ir o JOHN D. UR.PHY, t r.e Ilantlon ; thber food t Wa"4 bebee w
ksee, s wsid to b hae t the world-a tbe what had
sy olIr~lo~rrldsd dally, u algt d' coming week at the attractive price "1
e I eowaso *odntyI

le $ ru ol but devoured by Worms. w
whast Mu O rea oen not fro p e,
Yied~d of loebjaw Mm. ~bat from honor, although 1.4 abe.
SffAV ANNA GL. dantly. The entire trouble aew freom
Lhe ,s odry JOHN D. AHURPMY, r. i n ntlo ; their food I. no, aeimllat. Tabl
r~arr "g ed, bus devound by qorma. A few
SoA 5TUB I *A t doee of White's Orem Vermlfupg
$* Qs wftl efort to SAITNKER 8 AM NM ,t8wll ||| 11 as% them to &@a Inrylssa
hrieeve of e ous of doty, AMtPAo P IAbto A. hii w.a.c, eto ,sa m k i. Our 5 and 10-cent Tables of Summer fabrics
Il. a fgIeue has equelt .&be s.urp rie ad jo of the mother.
s. r. io m. .. .. t .a s..., SoMd ,by W. .ohnso.. still contain many bargains.
"IVa1 pr k "l11 Ofkl of eolornd, In attemptlan to kill hi wifell
a llh large Iphtr sprgal het sad anetantly killed hh step. SPIOIAL MASTER'S SALE.
VVINOW sMg, Ingl~ll a A--,sn,. Who o ta Wifeo 0 15@60
loeSwS ump rn IU ndi The o wie of i~lho Under and by virtue of a den reeO i.
m .t r ham. The asew of the tutgedy sued ot of the Oircul Court s the
Ustle eaetd tallabe see ar was *ot learned. Great erliteman Ei(h h hJdblat Oironll of Florida, in TT
froem M agIstllos eolld eae prevails among both the whie and and for Alsohua sonay, on t t kb
Dr. Dw. Dle, 1oA venerie* ,olowd people of that eammoolty.- day of Augolt, A. 1P. 101. in a aoorial
tMlesatIsI O th treble. Oala manner. Oause pending therein, w hrein Ootrge
A: lathe Is ooImplaiant asd Lou D. I aL .
S l t, ia works In the The boenolt derived by the people Mases ad A. O Maete, her hot
0 #Meo1rmIa Amerl a Leao. from the expenditore of a small sum band, are defendant, wherein It was
1 MiUtiell was killed thier of mease for rivers amd harbors weas de eedat eatin dfuml of m hen rp
belogeosught lnsomeof the r ver more strikingly Illeetrated tha a mo oalonod for ten day af toe her
to he trasorta bay work. The goveron date of said deer. and where I
IM. haor of Jaksoaville, met dredge 8soan**, whieh *c. W. E. BRaer. S cial Maser r ito md )
ahOtat Reduction Sale
at MoItgnmy, Ala., pleased the wrk in the Hilletborough a9 d teamweaun the Ldtw uI
*H eS a "If ym ry La theta et (* *ow *npd on he work d, before, defaslt having
*bye." Bfor*e he let. Bsa is making excellent progress. It made In the payment of the Sd soum
his wife he wr ll In. will be a great benefit to fruit add of money for the spere of time le re l
rtwr R .ble spp. mentioned, I, W. E. Baker, bpeial .** *et.
i Opelle, whto attemptd sol vegetable shers Master as sereald, will offr for sale
th Ars hotel i Tampa ats and will ell before the eort home*
eight, by slashing hIs wrist with iMn Past Sixty In Danger. door In Oinleville, Alaeoua oousty,l
S iulf, has. reehi v red More than hall of mankind over Florda, on Monday, the 2nd day of
h thoe a hsi resd *** Us ki 0ober. A. D. 19S. the same being
be at to b 'bore In Alal. ell ynr of lne o re from kidneyy al sale day, between the leaI hours
'o to mentally op s8inlt is. and bladder dlworders, usually enllge of sale. to the htlhest and bat bidder
aIl o Havens some measof prostrate glnd. Thisl Isboth thretrfor or su, the following do.
rmllat of HmlVan we painful and dalrous, and Foley's sribed rPal 11tate ito1uated. lisa ad '
Ia marry his lady-love ln Kidmey are should be taken at the betin in the eonlt of Alsaboa and for
The father obleeted, but the the Hate of Florida, towis:
t IIh eould do nothing (N fur. i lin of d ue It t oorttrl Those certain lose. troets, pieces or
E tj f otee w*-o m ihte by a Pal-es sad has eured many old men parolee of lsnd, giuated, lying and
te r ple wre marriLd by o of this dLaso. M. R.odneiyl Bonre. being in the Town of Waldo, in the
e pewape ad will live hap. Rook Port. Mo., writes: "I suffered eountaof Alaihes and the Rtate of
Is land.with oelared prostrate gland and kid- Florida, palrteularly known, d isti. A Y S LY
Slashed ad deeer bd as followl, o- a-
eoerisrisMi Daweon, who hu ney trouble for years, and after taknia d d b to
wl g op th m*e* of so muoh two bottll of Fole's Kidney Our* Lit. Two (2) Und Th e () (1 Blok C IoIm enCin
imea hhll o I nla Miami. a*y feel teUtr than I have for twenty Four (4). Brananlg Fiat Additioa so
elolr of "maelr," uned hb years, altlheph I am now 91 years Waldo. W. ua ll,
(I, TheLn re come horse old." J. W. MeOollem A Co. As Spe ial MaMter In ObaHnryT.
ais itcy that iak a thoullh - -r
It Oev L been eOsNd to the o mbled Away Tus1t PIuMI o AiDMININTATRIX' ANTD TO C'inTV .
by ul lMa kolood. Irmliltus, Id., Sept. I1.--n a ad Nsd to L ke r b rt U l nesll.r. me
B tthe peo.e Dl. o.....- dress a* the reusnki i tle Thirtieth uibuss M eUmm aoldla l er eo-
r ant to mako in eaibit lan1 relt or hls sle*, ma **
P, ,for, fe he the priac a speaker, mae p"abie his *rmei 1w "a-- .o Mr. Endel is now ie the snark, ,
i ll asons for 1hi actions twr % Mr. Endel is now in thue oaidkoiw litts t
,so many peopl whowill ;d I h.e sto of .rsta, ,eo..,t. Ae.. we must make room for the imment.s ,k.
county that they will whoe rlgnuathlun was forced by the doene* as la .DD e sooT to
a ,o r,,t. e J--.J 80011 to ArrIVe.
a11 t pe, a ar e dom'f gtorrnor arets and Ig tre were a ed od el w arve.
S... All our superb 81its to howgo at s11 I oX
th sl wi th lt obo- bElo ings to the state that was boet
by "l"vlid IC. Bherrlek. a"tor LOW RATES All our elegant $19 andl $129. 0
em'- --,-- u, OrlUdo' wlhol- state. -ud common gamble. A ou e a .

l sm, .,MIMo MS a alt o vernr o charged that 1,*.M of c Oe Slits to go at . '
hgaiahl.Isls..- roeren' state's meey "west by chek late the S * * '
tM.iaim., ameeerw hands of rte eatman who w the Special : Occasions All our leader $10 Suit to o; at
Ijheonville. .A e operating the (atho" at Fr eko l 1k.VIA )All t t $1 25 I
~oo.. of .+ All our perfet-titting $1.26 Shirts .
, -.. *,^ 1. aie e.. sa.. ..-f. .,, m,. SOUTHERN-RY. All our leader 75e 8hirts to go at "
I wh, wht whae t 6 o Panama, t. 31--Conrmed m W O
k nd whol6u teas ports rea ed to the at wO TI a DY EALT. All our world-beater 50c and 60c
Owral Rees, preldert of Cbom LaMJT lajeov J tMeo sa. i., ItIp. A ae -U
rcshd the alty lft deita bel tself iktator om s n t 4. .. J hirts to go at . . . .
e iPT y NTlaehm, at1 or o6 0e M ~b a tslr $s Be t $1 and $1.25 Hats madc
pu SOPaTKNT 5* DSta. Mobe aag-djgi ti)n sale aiy Limit Octo be
Sths a ttea attacked the preidI .uW BaU ar akWr. Malo. sad *" on earth
fO w4 rl" l l aad wr te red on Ltrouep ter. O n sale dail. tit Oeo O a . . . *
0o11 r*~t~ll4ed or wxded man of th 1. e .. 11Eegant line Boys' and Gents' 35c
wr wm n 'r. t W e. The r that mea On sae 1 a r C at .
Il t w. ill t-it hr-lia '?.,I % t e t I%* g tomoh vee It "a eae n A a
Men at > ti rrl t it iv o.46 M W M t*4 la At* at gs I at
led tr.m wo,. .. s. l.e d,. L, teter., All our $5 and $6 Trousers to at
owd lUy hair o rant". Tamtan t rating. S O tae A 0h* i
ne"n o\ "S m.. iui~"M -. rt ,r. he -tacy-Adams Shoes in black and tan
aOulwthe A Anlts r ee Iditae fr as r w W *
'~h.'rV^eAAn "**.C? i e cs'p 1se u. ., i-.l Comne early and cure some of the be~t val l-
n b *...4 .,. s..S I. o bl.S s. athe peope tf (Gaaimile and Alachua co' '

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100.1 saJS thll be
P n eof e VM ue 11160 Pret a
I ;ridC, d S afte tave wa*Ikirtly t
"^nli u 0 t csl 1-- an' M

te "Seat dei is ha"6 10 1 414 -ty.
;" Pr. ublihe wy Mt ay a"
I lol., .tla. *d IgIos. ad win be
,. .-tft free, to Ysal ~t dt i Uiadt
l. r t..;dil, for l.s0a |-4r adeva-
A;l .;'jrlt' l :st,.t If anldlvrt liet, aIM4Isi ahe
i>t! ln ~Contct. ftr hl t et m to a
so te tiamirdl to pay ofar Itulies wad
AddtTluC, Tn paltle wheX,

Tt.v AfNri otto gIonWrS have that the fldem ey i tl will not
eoa great s jeels in that hoUntry.

Thtr,' Ire oflfteom in the rmya, sy
&ar. 'rb)in. who r ot mindful of
tre.r floanrial obllgatioos. You will
id a few of the sme rt e in private

Jidgr l'endletoa of the superior
o*art has decided that Atlalta is still
its(eorglr. and not vice vera, aS the
tly board of health tried to make
them believe.

The Tampa board of pobli works
mist have got mixed up a little Ihen
h leraid the Tampa Bay Hotel with
titilni contracts and let it to the "low-
"t r ie'lloiible bidder."

rh. (iiveriior of 1ndlia, who has
sommarily bound David t. Bherriok,
lte sauditir, sateod In aI addrel a
e@ day algo that it wa allouse the
ud'itor had gambled away about $76,-
lnf thie stale' money. He oharled
&it wtli heing a common gambler.
S*:'* |,i()l oil would consider 8herrick
sll .r; ti then "aoommoa."

Ir." lrdaicena of faort cotton rin-
terrly hoeI that Daniel J. sully's ef-
lon ir ",lnl" the preset crop will
Iro, .u i1.c.slul. In 1908 Mr. d ull
Ot th. o-manr of adding millions of
]Ir, 11, the wealth of the louth
truu hi. campaign for higher price
It .. -tAI and it ia to,be hoped
I ,.ar" will be pat to rout by him
b tih rI,.eitii campaign.

', wI i I. trouwo h resigned the
p'i:, .) ,f the ate PFair at Tampa.
wi lureud dor rather ooolly in
S,' rt to et l another im seof
l 'a., Bay Houtl and aid he
t, 1,o biilsged io quit and go to New
l BMi l.a ber of B. Louie anad
' 'F.r"llI. editor of The Tampa
* t. wre the lucy bidden for
,, ., rh.y pay 11,000 for five
'w 's offer we emalidered
..< ) ithe beet.

' :'' '*, Os tonally doe Omush
"atr 'l *. "l t st ema a r.
r." tar aen afew wi ivtfeud
C tley shoal hoe me to
r (''t"lcer PliaLbm Imeiss4 of

.tile oensdrlua
ry Them ran pole
'*, thelr bun 'Udye t& hia
n: it rthey ha edeg pSll
"biob into tOw arg, It is
a"go gt a tatI or barrel to
i tin cane bn, them Owob-
" 'r haul dimawas .

1.1y117 ""sod"e edge"sI

~' b~ 5Ihw a
'stied wdl Somoft @win

wmaG"". Is as mm I
bet wa f t goodI
& 'm hat nserem bm 4cto
seville a dumb's

0 bd istse fee" t
thou. whowre if um ow

~. Tb Sim vas bm todew
&4 &M mw* a a pag

ai'd eswm.i tU ed ~ubl

at''d the cme b -

IB. iaa A (lorgia f l bla eo red a plea
1%il h4 l fll erI. of linanity lfti many other#. 'rary
m in dltl ansoelkiotllj, m.a.n after money.
am litin .to i knbeW af lpt Mt The cholera is suppreNed *n (ir.
otbni* for baoesisa, I nepord I The marT. iv the .vlse right of EnlIe.
New YorkTlmoe as havle aid : "heN- rr Wiliam, nodob.
or il my re lleene have the pros-
poets been more le rerag for the tiony a yohig i a p yO his dyvo.
eoontry as large tlh they are today ." tions to a had e youna ldy jut
Mr. Keene tbheght It probable that To mere Iltter of form.
large partof *the wary whih Japan To rwaitr the s vkie these beautiful
and Rumsia thought i eedarTy to bor- I hepteu"h.'r orwaags i n a beauetfol
row will come from i. He sid Japan iaht. it watoeren are not ver
had some lO,000.000 Io deplit here plenty.
rbieh sill soon be takes oft the 'Wo'lin ihoold exercise the same
country, but that it It eelyll tfr. ar in sl.-titng a h Iuband to match
tion of what the JapaMeee lampte will their dinpoitioin as they do in sel*rt.
need for her rhabilisiateol, ald ell-eia o Ia dress to math their complexion.

is no better off tinaneially. He ddM t
think the war had beel a eMkgleot
severe lesson to make another athet
a remote poesibillty. We anai hte
deplorable war just as we hbavn d*
plorable trusts, just as long a hIUbe
nature remains as it is. We do a
need a great navy for eooquele, kbt
simply for protection. Truets ppeltyl
managed would be ideal inlaitetlooN
but at present our largest corportlo
are so enormously capitalized &hat w-
ery nerve of their respeotive anIage-
mente is strained to pay an adequate
dividend on their respective eoapitll.
srion. Another had feature n the
tendency to destroy inlividual mer-
cantile independence. The Amerlea
farmer is the backbone of this coatry.
When asked for his advice to person
contemplating a career in Wall street,
Mr. Keene repliedl: "Don't. Ninety*
fire per cent of those who embark oe
venturoaln care r in Wall street eome
to grief."


DIuring the pIt 26 or 30 year huoa
dreds of foriul e have been aoeumi.
latd in this vcontry. ranging from
hundreds of millions of dollars eaeb.
Iome of these fortunes are so immense
and the ineomes from them so large
that their posoesors give away from
one to ten million dollars a a time,
and with no more impression upon in.
come or fortune than a gift of sen dol.
arn would make upon tie income of
any one of a vast majority of our peo.
A recent report nmade by the board
of charities of New York ('ty is a dole.
fll wail about the increasedf the num.
ber of persons in that aity dependent
upon charity. The percentage of lan
erease of sueh persons to total popular*
Lion is said to be about three-fold In
80 years. These propositions consti-
tute a gruesome and startling esam-
pie of cause and efet. The real
wealth of this country Is but ttlle if
any more than $1,000 to each inhab.
itant, hence one person owning a sin.
gle million pauperinsI the equivalent
of l,(ti other persons. for he owns the
theoretical share in the total wealth of
that many Thvn contemplate the
number that must he palnperied to
give one man a forlitne so large that
out of its annual income $10.,00,000
can te givtn away without mimlag
them '

There are many thing in favor of
Florida as a resort hfr invalide a
against Melico or Cuba. an Florida
tLe people from the North find so
many in dilerent portions of the eoae-
try that ii dfoe not seem like going
away from home. eeides. the trime
Fluridians are much more hospitable
than the foreigners, in spite ,of all hey
ean do Then again, the schol system
in FloriiM is an like that of the North,
that penple who come here for the
winter with their families en place
their children in ishool and have them
keep up in their studies

Cuba has Just eallo for indignatina.
Teasm has (uarmatinad against the
Queen of the Asellles

*100 Reward, lO00.
The reader of this paper ill ie
ple-ed to learn that there ia ai le--
se dreaded dis-wse that *ecne* b
bees able oeunre in all I(te tags. and
thet I estarrb Jlal'r Csat (Care
s the only positive e sa W.* kriw.. 'u
th medical fraterlity. Otatrrth +-
ag a estiotetJasi disease. req ture*
i-nIalcirl utesmeost. Hall's Coe
sMnb Oure as aken msenlyl. *-**a<
dislp asoin the blto d M a-d e *,
eortas ofI he easm, ltheeby *d.
waeia the foldsawis of thie di*ewe
-l ~a1 the patent etwehrn by
beAMM sl the eos iteteIs sad ai
alaese atrer a deotaig se west Tn.
pmpueletes have o mee- fatsh ea ise
mne-we-nthat tphet ofwer see
b-a-I Mse for ta (ha an
al sore. ied for lies of *te9 .
AdIese J Chey A Co. To.

Faiy l roost**M
, o I~waio

It is rieverally disastrous to a raft's
eargo when it gle water-logged. Aind
they are hard to manage, but when
pumped outl ane be tter controlled.
There is such a stlng as over-doing
In the matter of relts. People who
coeS o Florida for their health do so
beaues they doas' believe in the old
bldloai proces..
sev. Frank GOunlolus has accepted
a hbair In the Oblaglo Theological ewm.
lari, which was established espeolally
for him, to be known as "the science
of the ahof preaching He is a most
brilliant pulpit orator and it is hoped
he will make his chair a suorees.
The teal tres now aems to corn
price the variot life insurance Oom-
pOLea. If it isa' stealing to loin a
man moaey who gtWe worthless aee
Ptty, and the fIet oI known. It somen
mighty eoar it. specially wheo the
meoey belonged to polley-holders.

A Healthy Liver Maki

A Well Man


A PUltYt S TElSUTl l MV and the MOST KPR.
C? UTIu fn CIK WN. Do not l your system
with CalomeL Arsen or QhWn. UM ls a guaran-
teed ur for all dinasee predued bya TOPID UvU
and MIN BLOOB. It wl sure nALAA without lea
hm any of the deadly Weie of many dru ased for th
pupoe One bottle purchased today riaX vo you tii
S epel tomorrow. uckluree asb--, Ca.
stlpatheM ypeal ChiUe, U all Liver
Cmplltat. Used and rsem ded by the medical pro-
ifeo gteerally.
Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physian Umatfl0
I, ay: "I have been uing Hrl e hi my In o
U and m well pleased with the result. I alway
k some oa hand and think hia gand medicine
te ium and Complaint"d SB

BaDhrd Snow Liniment Co.
It. ItAm% 1. A.

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WK. ~M. 3OR~~8ONP Gasineevi11e.

One of the most attractive featore
of the coming Sate Fair at Tamp A re I
will be the horse ra. There will be I
a ten-day riee maee, and the largest
parse ever give t a Florida will be
awarded thrwisnees. The beet horses Wn a Company that silts r1u ,1e ('irHarea l:,l he Comprrol
Wrlter Ul ith Liberaliarl a o4 e K Contritta t.,l the compeao
in the South will boat the Fair, ad ,Pa p Lull Promptil
quite a number of Florida horsemen
will be represented.
T'""he "muome& tions onThe You Are Assured
The mnuefnl-ei attrations on The
Range will also be the finest ever
brought Bolth. That no serilou los can ovreome you without you have some s
The Fair work in every line is pro* refuge.
gresing rapidly, and the attendance
will be Immniiae.
The HaImI ihiabl building, he
"'"'ire, Life, ""e' ""d H dlt lu rne. (
large trhuldiini an Florida. is about F A II t Ll U I
completed, alnd the naglnlllent Wo. b
manl' bJlidlna will ilso be ready fur None but Reliuble Oom ajl Repreuted
use shortly, as will other buildings.
Tie stahles. pe.n i, ll ,uiher strue.-
ures for. ehisiting a. .tok will he J C M A ,
the larltest etvr s*-*c at a Southern n
ttate fair. I formatloo heerfully fuarah ed. tAINKeVILIl.K, FlOIDA
Many erauntie ar.v, ow ellmoranga
fair pa>ie, and /thae that hare n At %
toime 4o should appli at one.
lnvrsis. in sad ,v.rl w ...arek W ines, Br and
hilt there. It is este*oed to be one
of thi le Ivadinsi towas theoA s eoat -- .~J
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use Ur. fachIwo, A"glt or be .moellow
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ofa'It irag.
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Hs HaPp5 s Whit is Sele
HappeneTold `1 asl SOW
..ip1' Told is sMit P1 pnh114
e That "He WhO ujn Mg" SThe Sun.
y Lynch of Jacksovillle w la towa
rds y
i"es~.rlling eards l la tst Isty
n Offm e.
Wa ,~o naf .lonesville wo trailing
the ca:I y*lterday.
William Winner speot Wedaeeday I
S r 1nr;llt on butines.
ri 1t 1. Black of Haoue wasl hop-
in the city yesterday.
James \anlandingham of Moamte sha
radling in the eity yesterday.
rif .j II Jacobie of Broeaoa yeter.
favored friends with visit here.
Alt ory W W. Hampton left yes.
4 for a professional visit to Talla.
Get yui r job printing at The Son Job
and you can vote for your favor-
iL the library contest.
Attlrnie C. C. Thomas returned yI.
sy to bis home in Starke, after a
e* trip ito this city.
Irraty Sheriff Jack Martis of Wade,
oif S'oeriff Fennell's eoeileat assist
u. was in the city yesterday.
Le*v long.a s uecessful farmer of the
w*krry rr etion, was among the West
Tmditor to this city yesterday.
NiCrely frnirshed room for rent. No
lkirn Apply on premloee, 808 E
bwrtiy triret, or at this ofel. If
!R J Pl',trtr f Tiga. maangerof the
talo' I'hllol hate Company, ws a buti-
Mnes rtor to tainesville yesterday.
Tori(ritin., leases for sale at this of-
,kIv, per dloen. $3 per hundred.
b ih ii atn company order, dawtf
h in job offloe makes It a point
b luri it your job printing with
niwr iand dispatch at reasonable
For -s',-- won round-trip tiekete to
w V rk If you want one or both
I t or write The Sun oSiee, Ualnes.
i l l F 'a
I. K : w'rnls of Irvine, the elelent
isa.:sr for the Irvine Orate Works,
r-g.tTred as she Brown Houme
I fralljy.4
Join ('n.Ch*aut has gone to Alaehua,
her- ). -. cndtcting amoodel and
;t*i,.,t.* farm He espect to return

SFor, ,.I,. room for rent. Light
b*0k-..i,: if desired. Apply to
Tr l>.-,1by, 7406 North Universlty

' C I \tsnl,.,man Company, Jaskoa.
Im rn* working the trade In this
I J.', rTig)
O o tf breaklan op booe-
;' ., m: lr household furltore
ii i.h ".,r .alh until Oetober let. P.
* xk -ti:aip
li A, ..rff J. IH. rnalger sad W.
I P' .,. ,-t to Alehue yesterday
ttt-er I .ie lCaslsI sour* s In
*k r' i: tril|
..'".... I M. Rive read OChriest
-, \t.', .,, returMd yeerday
"tf,. t here they have bes e
S 5' n h eoi l S>I

1 "I)&awusm, .tate sme rlboaS.
kh -I frouan eoflal uigto~

Message W. uesmb
flodb pls o

('a ofmp 4 Whte op Spe
hi..ti'Rm2Dof R. .&L .F

Cb.~ ~ Ow ,.e esteeeuof be
is I So~S~~
of the busho~ GSIS

sV. of a 0. fobou.
C~~~ .5 Cd rr

Prow u 6 m bkot ,
'VeaI" obwonowM

JIM 4ndsg* amr
aU "n9dUmt r

Ask your groae for Ble Ribbon
lIoon and vaallia exrmets. Take
1le0. Flavor perfsaly.
Trlnnmaster A. L. Ola of the At.
lantid Coast lhft yesterday for
Palatka oa okWla bulasees.
Harvey Brteso ad Julian Bauk-
nigbi, two |promlent young men of
Oemral, vitted friends in this eity
re. J. T. Bylom of Live Oak,
wife of e*x.Skntor Byuom. is in the
elty.a mest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
K. Abrms.
If your head ahes, if your eyes wa-
ter or burm ad your glaseee do not seit
yoe, consult me, fret, at the Brown
Hose. Da. C FrANK I.x.
Mrs. E. O. Futeh ha reto rned to her
home la this city, after an extended
visit to Aon sta and Atlanta, (it.
Frionda are glad to welcome her again.
Jau. R. Merchant returned yesterday
from Alachua, High Spring, and New-
berry, where he has been for the past
two or thredays in the interest of
The Son.
For latest styles in fall and winter
maliiery, call at McCormilk Millinery
Parlor, aew Hil! block. Everything
new. Latest patterns. Announoemeat
made later for pattern hat display.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at thit oefe, the form used in
Alebhoua county which saves money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 6oo -,r
dosen by mail. Cash must accompany
order. dawtf
Mrs. Maude Mrrritt and daughter
have returned to their home In lake*
lad, after a pleasant visit to the par.
ents of the former, Col. and Mrs. I. K.
Webster. They were accoompanied by
Mis Kate Bruce, who will spend some
time as the guest of Mrs. Merritt.
Contractor D. 1) Robertson, wife and
son, Fletcher. of Jacksonville, have
decided to make (;ainesville their
home for the present, and are pleas.
antly located in the Thrasher building,
emrer West Main and East Mechanic
street. Mr Iobertson i, ,ngaged on
the new Episcopal church, now build.

J. Windsbeaker of New York. one of
the most widely known and cleverest
traveling men who come to Florida.
has been making his headquarters in
this eity for the past two or three days,
taking side trips to the various towns
and villages. Mr. Windbeeker has
been a regular visitor to (0aintoville
for the past fourteen years.
Vietoria, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. J.
U. Earle, entertained a number of her
young friends yesterday afternoon, it
belng her fourth birthday anniversary.
The little ones brought several pros.
ents, a spread was enjoyed, and aside
from a few bumps the youngsters re.
eeived at play, the oeession was hap.
pily passed without incident.
N. A. (allison of Spring Park Stoek
Farm, Bennington, was a business via-
Ior to this eity yesterday. Mr. Cal.
lieo was aceompanied by George P.
Weston of Biltmore, N. for elaht
year eonneeted with the famous Va"-
derbilt estate, who is spending a few
days as his luet. Mr. Weston *i one
of the Lest posted men in the United
States on seek.

Among the prominent visitors t.
tbh oil y is W. Johnson of IILand.
massaer of the R. 0 Painter Printing
Co Mr. Johteon Is eo route from
Talahateeer. whee be was awarded
the ointreet for printing the supreme
owrt repori There were sertal bid.
derns i the fl-.. hot the bid of se
Pailter Company being the loses.
Vs eeepted. This company ons
me of tob largest d msee op.dae
prietloa bses and binderie (I t he
iaU.o, aad is goes without ying thit
te work will be properly dose.

Dvuasscam. Tenx Jese 1, 19ul.
Thiso s so eemlfy ct I buve mad
goe beti of te TeUM Woed.r Halli'
lMet Dilover. sad ohve bern grat-
I1 basuted. and** a heerfully re--
emeuid is to the poblie.




Dr. Davis a o Bond for Ap-
puerance tSIW Court.
There was an Ii tal session iof
Justice (olmoaa's. moort Thurlay
morninK. thie arsl Oent of Pr. N
Davis upon a suhef of obtaining
money under fatljea tase, made tby
Mrs. W. D. Smith, l(lnla come upl
The little couarae*M was crowded.
as it war a case wbb had been thor.
oughlyadvertasedll the result was
a great man y ourilu spectators wre
The specifoatlets of this charge
have already bee published. The
amount involved 1& 6S, which the
plaintiff stated e hi stand she gpav
to .he defendaat als gse land deal.
Sour witnessee, blino the
; saitiff, Mrs. 0D. 8mith, her hus.
Stnad, and the deftllts annd Attorney
0. H. Seofleld. wh also represented
the defendant.
Justice Colman pised the defend-
&at under a bond 1 $101 for his ap-
pearance at the fall term of the cir-
uit anurt, which ws promptly given.
and he was released.
Mr. Jarvia' KIrSrprile.

Notwithotanding that he makes no
blow aboutt it, .. H, Jari is one of the
most energetic citilmso of our city. To
use the old expreMlon, he "ust saws
wood and -y", inothlag."
Mr. Jarvi teeoame tired of the un-
eouthly Sppl,ran0e of that look on
West blechatnio steett bordering his
property ,o the north, with the result
that he i InIw maklig, at his own ex-
peine, an si luist thoroughfare whibh
will prove a great convenience to the
public when trinpleted. The street is
being properly graded and paved with
Alaehus ri %k anm will compare favor.
ably with ot li r horosgfare nf theelty.
The entire r '. of Mr. Jarvis is to be
Prof (' I raiklin, the popular Tam-
pa ciili-t rmiI ol ,,'tian, has opened an
offee here lt rhe Brown House for ten
days. lring h ir stay here he will give
the people of (tiineville a chance to
correct their driective vision. Consul-
tation free leaving prescribed for,
successfully titled ad orreted the
vision ,if over itri nef Tampa's best ail.I
senl, any resiMiuneldation would be
supertlnoas, lie will Iw here from
September 16th to 3Sth

An interesting I teeutag of the Help*
ing Hands ooeipty of the Virnt Pro*
byterian Ohureh was held at the home
of Mrs. Charlies Lynn. 400 W. Me-
chanio street. Wednesday aftermooa,
which was well attended.



CHEXAt'lMT 870.1. i taNKAITH.

Our buyer i- now in New
York City punr having our
Fall line of merchandla
During his ab-.bce, and be.
fore the iarrval of the heay
stock that he will puarcbae,
we are anxou to reduce
stock and make room for
new goods, IrTlft we have
many Wd thinpl at ex.
I .. .. t . wil..l

C. I (Ht. 01 I' Mm A5M ww l" 5 ; Sa

A TEXAS WUKL laS)' yotO tioit our gore.
am mmu h m of d Tex "? a W Oom in Wss It ook amc
&W, soft 41.50 Dmsweey. o es &a
11,1111,1M tremb remves 'you canu ca a money beow
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L OW E Death Rate HIb ii

Cash Annual Dividends.

Policies Written on All the Approved Plans,

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Colfax Hebeksh Lole, I. O. F
Mad Interesting n session. UnD[RT lrAn (0.
The owmtwrs of Colfax RelHeksh
Lodge, I 4) F held an inlerestnX I
meeting Wednesday eveaing, the ic- ---
oesln betiig the forly*slxth allniver- FUILTL IIN ( O0)
sary of that branch of the order.
There were about forty present, andl NEW O().01
the evening was passed in a most eii -
joyable manner. The program ceon Agents l...
priced instrumental select ns lty I'mrof.
%. J. Foskestand Miss Myrtle re.nuIll. MoIn)f lllltN, 'I'l)lll)stofnlM
a song by Mi Nell LDempey., arml thI anill [roll Fei'~ntm.
readinKg if a selestlon from "Mr. gee Ouri SaImop
Wiggs in the ()hbhage Iatlh." by Miss
Maude Neville. Brothers Iuhers Me.
Clellam and J. W. %Ilanding made in- IbkIn lne delIetdo Mi ,l mtP Ird
formal addresses on the order. whlehi p ptly nd to
were full of interest, and tinged with ply ae
some humor which tended to enliven (lainesvilll|. P. IonM
thoee present
Refherohmenri were erve.el, and alto-
gether the evening was puaed In a E E
manner whieh will be rememnwred by MIT 0
all Wi L L n I *

ix ,New Oases Reported Wednesday
Night-New Ortlensa Stuateon.
Pnaseola, eptIembr 21 -I'p to 6
o'eloek lsm eve ie there were *st new
emes of lever reported ia this eity, but
wme up to ee for today The ease
"ve beeo se-eeled from the doctors,
wbih makes matters appear woew.
It maeL tt maor diellesl to control
Ioe dieeae.
It Now Orteans.
New Orke ,. September 1I --roam

Wv.t %

All the ol rt~antlards and.
tho choioetm of the unow on
as oLued.
Ask to wMq thloe', an
monfot be dlpjulayma to
vantai it a cOmW.

Fine Fadeless F

From laeket

p. Teesday to p. W= de alMITH'S
there were ) noew em ea 6 deaths.
Fsem p. t. 0 les eight to soos tsday
the were *) ame a d threedeth s.
The ,o0dloe, hboow ,, are s T
s*amtly mprovlgl. oowtlOthtaadial
m isslul )oums be member o e. a.saw.
Captain sleWbm M Mnw Veor. )INKI
A letter from COptla J 1. sktrb. TA
hr. whoM s o b oew Yoeb.. tIo s
publisher of The MSe, r.eqIuie that t .n., *
te paper be We to bte addren Osp.
tsi strobbiertWtet k at he mt
have thle ae i uof seee ahie fradsp
in E)aiaeel o t- tenr future Dip C

iI may well thiak he has oe WotHlo
ehe*p wo, Itof ha*vle eg i asl med
swetlpste or ladipstill. le Metill Mable
-- 4I lo m hbe n4lo lm Is.. 011 bd0
to perfetsIly stiee his healtIh Nut.
ins wIll d W thi ut I)e K ing'. v m.
Life Pils. A qatlb. pleases _ad .

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MriN^Whenu bfemld bit bse pwUe MOM
irale, ads for a variety f DR. DeVR2 B. MORRIS,
was we& with st grea D D
ILas Oaout o f th ....Se l.. .
P1 Praved the following cthstLSp: ; -
L ondoM, for thy Me.
ow meb uach anwoth u. OaOn' ever Mar e.NdeoI.O Phm e lnt-3 L ara
Ji yeU ThIe Laden cutten, to Iw .-S
Lch they were equal to lak M Msld
BB. tags kirothera, a de a knife wIt tae 3 A. OCALISLE.
Mtse of a wvi taell t a rre t ii t ATTORMNEY AT LAW e
SoIom ort &ubld cavit emunot t rye 46 two
nd aud-e and a ha lJ sa i nleaxlh Vl And 8ollei0or tn Equity
Isav t'0 b*e" MPONirtNIVt* NMIt.' -- Jac
*ide ^ nt* omies lato t ta,. et t at',. WM 1 Me wlol Mae.,, Covrs,,, ,nd 0e.
iif "nu4o'eaeLd, m Namps, t mrtnv r ia, ma o'"' O. A ll buibeth llatl I
trntl.y Iomwted wlth m1 av demd in the N It bf erded 16. Olfce nX0 GO& to a 1
d.., O l,.,, U., rU-I llyd
| while th* old one we rillsN 9 01BO.i0." that t* 0iMMMi il da. Ava, ^lydeI
.1 to say. tldty r hbronght IAn ctowledge thmslv Mwrd in
In dltribetlin frame, ind lt-m1l. P DIMNAND BAYEB, Di
tSI rnaFk tbrmld, whkbc A2ORKBEY AT LAW.
tlIM ae on*-|trated sad Are You Enriced? i A LAW.
ipro|wr Itukle, liies wblhch agta people should rnmemb#a O"AuMViA, O IAi. 8 1a
Into the, swithbalrd o sd' -o utIMhbmn
the "jinkt," lhy mean of hM, i slow marrism an q l CitOS Polrlyou (toy p ortb6o
olmtort Is all.|d to put b aiodd by kepl al d l aro )pop (M
ebscrl nrs int:, oianu llllalc*.o tIw god oondition with leestr M formn 8d. S.- L
b.. un. 8. A. Brown of Beanoslk liest_ r w you offer for mle. 214f

nitle for rt ftif ai nd .nti 0.., lay 's or ian mrmywife ... -
w thin wotk arc' *viCen:i. ndI lIatesely from dyspepla, e. pllated
auch ftor tbe Ipntir- i':,Ig ': ( with a torpid liver, until she iast er W I.BAKER.
It Is done that aN HIIlrlhil strength and vigor and betes e mA TT EY- AT-L AW
ly sever **lost." ti.t. t .e w rek of her former el. T eTT NEYAT
nr calls It. If0 one o( thr. tried Eleotrl Bictt, wbh helped ..OLIOITOR IN CHANCERY...
mponrlily Inl~.c#m,.('tii. "rvT*
pemhp tiprf lItin itnuir'ni lI her at onea and floily mad be r es -
rcessary not only of the out. tirl' well. She Is now srlewl sad AINESVILLE, Alacuho Co., FL.
Sbt of every swlt-al.loaw l healthy." Sold at alldrgstoread Oleo in Endel Blook.
tnm thes are conductel ovpr u oarfanteed, at 0e a bOstl.,
so as in no way to dllturb .
of bthe sumredr.
rators ae tbhro.hly d.rilhl THE SUN D J. H.A LDEMA,
t of the new boarnl, and wen
to the actual perormannee of JfD DD T!Wytn DENTI T.
ever" wUich genemrlly takes JOB PR INTING U
ame h bor ar the aght whea
I.salwa! llt, baoth oar DEPARTMENT D a .. Co's.a. wB n
a ful lata toem. work t he2w
lspfte to at Ms oldow
ptthe mewi erime at aN.R Makes a Speolalty of All Kinds
ThW 1 aPly d by poll- D 001 11 T1bo1n.
e srt t haFe tr yam *eae. of Plain and Fane
Shet cotis whteb Ue put lte DENTIST.
enlet tn ts dletrtt btl rna fr __am_
to the a paratt Co m er ial
of eletrctity &1r1 m m e t- O1ee In Miller Law Zaebaaw
*9d tan seuaW inres a otlWWLLE. P.
al madaelem that replps .
that Job Printing THE WET
MNdly esan skilled en" p er 1HB WEST END,
that meo e atem a put
~0 ooul o a a plaee l tirty ... Fo r... FINE WINES, LIQUOR A OIOAR8
tW Mn Wole pslm f V'cut- Jo Joax NICA. Propwletor.
two minue.tutiso I.- Business Men,
atI ofwreer, bew aove o Busness e r br. tle and dmraght. Don't
a wr Is dalt tb at a t "Professonal Menn tau so oell on rhea In J akoaville
s s lrcmt Is ut ot o ommiosiotr PrIosIon l M 1,
than half a minute at the longest.
mou ., *.. Manufactories, Etc AT T. UoAVSUTME.
a grt deal o family." r.
the Ward MeAllIte of the Legal Blanks on Short Notleo. Lrge, cool fraished room. at Oesn
S"1 tell lr there's lots lI View Hotel. Fre bath. Light house.
S Iuy eoats." keplai prlvilelge. Rateo a1 to $8 per
btt The following letter from one of our keeping roov RMate sl to e ad
t mall order as tomerns selfezxplas-r my b
I aeoln's father was La t next door. W. I. rPINNAN, Prep.
aMt e nagres called bloi po' LouoIvilleo, EK. Feb. 7, 1905. .
Wtom and Abe hb mself ws born H. H. MeVO ,
Igt with ra ks la the wall so Ostlll Fla. IF YOU LOVE YOUR
yt a eMd throw a dos Iar Sirs BReslved the priatlo
tha m, end s mother's name omtstr I due tim, and will Msy t h1t
nol "i- I ( Deorm eatltolry. I like rhe
le at ba Mse M ra a n a r e e o 5 me. Man thsheaI for
Jlol Qii Adam, bo. ~ your prempe itmles I 1o lig order.
bdd ~hs ea a o Urns. f uav, i.Ov. / IS T HER
& Ja, ad ben preMdent By compelling her to bake the family
Itata eadl ordes to THE BUR bread dorig rhe hot summer months.
.9 PoNk wrete IM outa otf a* Ualvlle. PB. Buay your Bread from
*as lieNerf ta intl he _b
te strong to worke Or ws father; Keysoe Bakery..
Sand to MAX KRAU8 ...Keystone Bakery...
te ,. 11's a savin of aie, work aRd moeoF.
Jobhnoa married faltty." r p le b eie My BaBy
'rknew egh to tMe hin A. W IL 0" To all parue of the ety Also Oaks,
La.1. A@* W I1 1J Plea sad e*v other produeetom of
was the se of a better the m raodem, up-io-dae
Mn e nt M a *NVt. WHOLESALE 850 8 teak U op.
vaa m teld b wrik while u Apgll im a K. T. M'AFE, P rlrter Ketisew
11r1 ked. Damry. 1Pheme I.

father of f a I I f ae
of (Iadate e of My ALn o. k oeLvilIi

3' J" J.46 1 AIItvii

hey have'a ovel s--

S'tmuiatle In time of SaA
a 11c"A nt a Is"" VOISM ~p)t IM
bud Inss to. hba*f WU betl Alas onsety Is s
are aiven to umb so, Machas S mie M ft
VMe aks ftlev -awh sigt oatb* a=
k only taktv lbesu a ggknft4W raw wlls. $?I
*U llthe Gosh owiE t. NM aeN,
dNM It Itbirt, ago*OWN, sou"I fm
p~--- ommsu it G* P subm. PIM

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ullfrd on
rop%-- mer Twerist Tickets
. ad pm. Oe eae daily w vrio frePe North
r*ls, g, aM4 Wes lirntsed Oetobr 11t so re-
Opp, atf 08Wa.
ptems. Mp.a oem, eo.ul. Deag r. Olako
btow net to Ponund.

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Stopping at Pa

Is appointed to
and Thur

8:4p: pa
I:00 am.
4:0 am.
Arrive 8:80 am
10:00 on
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iksonville and New Yori<,
CalUng as OCHALEtBTON. & 0., both ways.
tBMt St1 U i3 hb e Cesuwie Serv, ~
New England and 8outher i,,..
mnt lerr vIetwem JAOKSOMVILLE. BOS 'rN .
PBOV1IR1EO ad All Me term Point.,
Ollian ast Garlesso bot ways.
d..... .......................Pr. m Lewis' \U atr *
..................P Fmom oot of Catherine at. .lJ;,.

C1ve StL Johns Rivr Line
:wen JACKCWOMVALLU end bANPr<>i.
latk, Astor, 8t Faels, Bemrsford (Deland).,,, an'' ,
Landiap on t. Johne Rivr.
Sail follows: Leave JAOKSONVILLE i.1I. .1
'sday., 8:80 p. in. tturaoi, g leave 8SANi)FO % :,1
Wednesday and Fridays, 9:0 a. m.
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root of BIra fstree. Jseklusov .Via.
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Manaor. General A..i.,,
brtmurb M ftMIfd. 19state oe". MNew York

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Uruanseetoe 4
I| Month tndi
are pubtud
o of the *o
ea of Am
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olurk Oireoal
it. Fla.
*feetlon 2.
pelmr1t, we here.
~q, 0
'bIIowJeg litelied
a m.reoved aud
Ised doriol
ept. 46b. 1S06:
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oees report W018 0
so ... ........ sla
oIt,&eam.... 4728 M0
fIre Disklaeon,
ee tI SM...... 1. t7
tern -t Nol 1000
lwi paroller,
.......... ...e r 167
Seorroodored 1807 77
....: .. .. ... $ 8

Whil Teeboers.
Se. 7, Aoalo Fides $80;
Lake No. 1I, Mary Dudley
Iol No. 1I, Josephiae Me.
9; hwaaneo lNo. 19, Ethel
$ 01 haa Fe No. W. E.
e orgis Marti $80; 'Bloom*.
U. Willle M. Melatekh $18 75.
Johoon $81.-6 Camno No. *I,
Walker $80; (lherry Sink No. 41,
'HelatoIh $40, Besabor ltledto
*I a e No. 48, Hall Malphera$I40
d No. 64, T. J. J Lndsay $ 0
lio. ?, Aanle (oyns $10; His.
1ill No. U, Leoeors PlMe $3O,
S Ml@ee $l0i Towaned No. 1.,
Oreeksore $M9 Bertram No.
5Iesroier $; UiOal O e
LL. W. Deoahm $0, Mamie 0.
IAOt. Bell No. 8, J. 0. Ad.
S. 0. Adkis $40. Belle Lind.
Ubsle L idaaID $0; BRoky Hill
Jolly O; Willeford No.
ioM e o70; DIto No. 80,
$4; Thomas No. 1. Am.
$l .5i; Persveranee No.
Meaody $81; Boedled No.
damy $30; Townsead No.
ande Creekmore $6
Negro Teachers.
No. ,. A my Davis $30; Lib*
N. o6,1. L. Bagley$16; Mie-
e 12, two mouths. L. A. Art.
SNewaowasillle No. 14. Willlam
0i Neoo No. 0. two mouths,
iINese $a4, Jesale (tlao1 $18.711;
.I 1, H. 0. William $10;
1t, I.' oeLl $30; Ta.
twe moaso s. J. ( Jonea
Sll t Moor No. 48. two months,
io Belle Whittaker No 45,
hW UlkaIall

Kellear, loeen $18 I; iR It
a tillage nd poediem. 1J 401
I a. MaWi ImlaIe Ind per diem.
*ft T. A. Deb ailteaem sad per
$*1 R. A W. Drew Oo., book.
SH. H. MeOeargO adavrtIing
.$-1.7tt J L Kelloe.ealary,
L.Kelley oiee, $18 6; A. L
SOs, cashier' eoamiastion.
I. MlBeath, 6$
I, ImU Oh's a. d. Pub. 1Ine.
AMeus 1* I.. Kaur., I. cad Sopt.
tIf *-it&a Ofoor
BhI Iue4M amd well-
"td ., '*e Sooth.
pS, yrup, oM hia. I
See thp the m,
a lPal s e s ad d is
ve seute a __
Srice of Lme bore AlWe d
waS ,1,t1 6 da* o waU

M l r ,, 'tkae at d e
SNor'.o;k ',.' rrd a d.
the p, ur all grafesof Iin
tiednudlx tl** 61r111
the average 't&A 7 &-S=
1et. The aduUt ue wesat t
at eawe, and crvulars am
es eat t t the trade I
4dahe haag. T.hiesNort
smoesats.e io ee ainL he
i uls I t Noh 0I
Aed mare7 Mar%0 and.
"Madaion not""au 6


e eme < me wsr whbt typ*tW the
be wrVWvl l an ulakb~ fgem
obiglemient We oft~n. -me t :
p liioen c fam ilUes oft pa whbaem
~~r ,i ny physIlcan would have pVim a
Syit NM MeoIletal M bat their cblldreu lkeied
If t Vth4 b I n te a to we ivasion of pa nit eor
Ifts Pat* and *it als or there wn some 4w de.
i ri ad a fect wLdhc made tbem easy tsarWa ior
In TealY aA ? lr ove climastle muses f pbyslcal w dewa.
en si J ,On the on et er hand. we Queals a
N ouruiMI ,a d that parents below par phystlamy
SI l P mih barve a e famlles. IlTe cutem uMleM
iu ch take place must he th MaM eof
tn DoMlsE laws s asb S we fnd In every higIle-
Color at S u pheus. Man has th earm 0a.
aNK lIeat mi4 l tower animals to selset

aTlr s esSst -u toe s may be tem e tn
-L -Lo1o to mnea f' t e ao
psdd I*Winaimn ustloct49eam
Ai graet a uil.fWi to ma1w toso of
1 ,._i ___. 1,1 edth i tean o average. for e d etI
1 aromp. It tIt10 r
A HAPPY MARRIAGE evet t t we try to taperve o
Ses d M lr by Uthe MIY. e

Sparho of the Magnolia Betel I the esaus were 4al
we he dk e of a pretty weddl t a M t os -Amrlesn Medletae.
II 'eloek Thuredry morning, wbe I.,
J. Lewis of Newborry and Mis A de, HIS "KINGSMAN."\
the sseomplised daughter of Mpr. a _
Mrs. 8 .. Biaote, Forest OGrev, tk h res Ulk uet*u tf WWI the
the soared and soltma veo wWih sadnee Ce-r**mis r.
bond them together as Ia Mad wrif. Ipeaking ot London eAIs miairs,
The oreoa y wa plogIm by Mayhew says: "T'e U ra wbo dom
Rev. F. M. Hart11m of Paradise in tbhe et wear h ll lk n Ickerblef-hI
preeame of a ow friend. Irtlnma' as It Is ca lid-Is hakwm to
Sbe adespermt circumstances." The
Thle rooI I one of sIe popeler kerablt Is more prtla tbaq any
yNasg meno tsh WesI d4. Hue other Item of his attin und a istrs
beI fer tk poa to vtwe a valued caste s at stake If his klmmao be
empleo of tohe 0Cmer Lumber Coom. ot of the most approved pattern.
paW, sd Is held in high s***t by Tbts habit Is derived trw the
his empIeOs. The brde nabersn yarpsie ad doubtlem dates trom
ber friends oely by hrr aseqlawi s some 0on1 torlotten oriental custom.
i is a young lady posmand of a mror It Is very curious that a tte for
amiable dispolsiton, &ad is greatly d similar olors prevails a ng the
mir Hindoos. ypsles and cautormongers.
ml d. Red and yellow are tih favorite colors
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left on the moon and the oldest. Of tsebthe caster
tnrta over theo board Air Line or cboose his plush walmteeot and his
JaIoekoville and other polats on the klfirman, the gypsy his brebea aad
Ias a i, sd after a short honey. his wife her shawl and gowa; the
soom will make their homo at New. Htndoo bit robe mad turban. It a
berry. igt occurs, the favorite colored ar-
The Sua, with other friends, extends tlcl of dream rncvive the grated
hearty sol ratelatios, l with the hope are. Tbe punlittlic coaster tU his
Sha their aUrried life will be one of beman rod t rhle of tie lt r. It li
w walloped heppiess. r e of theringtI
onaJlolyed ppliam. companttlivly ante.- Lobdo TenT.
LOW RATgraph.

From daekeonville, PM,, Via Atlantic
Ooast Line Railroad.
8M.7 Washlaton, D. 0.,d reod tora,
on ele daily to September 80th, limit-
d to Oe4ober lis, 101.
$2 I0 WaIIhigmo, D. C., and return,
a male Ostober SIb ad ith, limited to
October 18thk 191; ean be exateded to
11th on payment of 0 eeats.
I$.5 Met Sprigp, Ark and return,
eo ale OteberI d and 17th, limited to
November 0th, 19C6.
$4606 Ohie. IIIll, and return, on
sale Otsober i1 and 4th, limited to

November ih, I06.
$10M Atlanta, Ga.,
sale Ostober Ith aid
October d, 1901.

aud return, on
ltbh, limited to

Corrupoeldli law rate from other
points Ia n ae.
See Atlatle t O Ia ULie aeats or
write fur PullmI reservatleoas and
full information to Pleak 0. Bdylston.
District Pawaseer Aemt. Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Women Apel to Oeugrama.
Chicao,. Sep. 31.-T4'e C hlea We.
ama Trades UVaon elub c has dued to
apoal to eoaree t1or u a ppoprio
Uea i a ar n a e i rloIeom. of
the eOadtloa of worktag wnm he
tave tgtiot i expected to develop
arnao other thlas: What o~et a the
Samb ar worklag-womae hae a the
home llfet ? hat de4r the dem--
et women tn ad estrial able ha.
drives pymag irls Into btaiem life?
MtaM Mary Mcwell. MUm Jne
AManI ad NMis Ullia Wal. of New
Ter, already compose a oma-tte
&iMS the MatIeoal tfedersua e wo.
I 's cl0be to aseure a povoram
moent oa thoee questioos.

A Petu m L ueamde.
e-t -d hat a s Ie a tn heU be Wf
ebaa a h aves't brel a
3I h g~OggWe" saMt tb rate

ib-.' It hebtel **W
la 1- SMa iau~m es r ,-
itold lll41giF I hey IV, n

| rA
K .*
So I ~

b su

Ihe Osarti etff Of ee.
Orocer appears It Hlolita d's Chroa-
kle, 158 as "greaser," and In other
medlaeval records it asometlmes
written "eIiraier," and was applied
to the splcers ad pepperera who were
whotesale dutlers In various apics-
that In, who dealt en Ire-In large
qantitles. as distlnlished from "re-
grator." who wo re tail dealers. The
Orocers' company first adopted the
word crocer In 1373. when the Iplicn
and IweplererI allied therinelves anto a,
silgle corpuoratilo.--oindon Express.
S A Read, Cis, Tet writes. March
11. 1901: "My wrist was spraeard as
badly by a fall that it was uslee ; -ad
after using several remedies that fail.
ed to live relief. used Ballard's SIow
Liniment, sd was eared. I Ieaneatl
recomiasd II a otene soleriue Iroe
aprains." hod It W. M Je *i

p10k Ise
T~ m.,hwatfly iDow
ad gds W nauseate*

trouis l au di
indpstlom --A sonl h
SUa rsl otthe seamt
ac liv erad bowels.
forb IN & WONIkm &lkm Oft

NOW& ~gAr"ThN YOU'% RA3r

am pom of *am

she Si" 0 0Ease

eqvn v ~'a vA, .mwu90

-d hle Mmn.

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MaguiuLi Ubrary Wrth s500

Offered Free of Cost!

kI-8i SUI R 6dor6 ohhId Consider

no wI Noiwbg M kk arefullv:

The Mystery Surrounding the Beautiful Dlik i ,,:
W. HYD)S' Window Revealed in the foll:,w
A umber of our enterprising mer. s xeesulo, which examii .:
obans have arranged what will prove prov.
S-The conditions of the cuii,h.' : ,,
to be a maost loereetn eotest be- follows: Am lodge, oliiurt- .
twea the Hilh Sbhoo, Twentieth elob,hospisl or orKgauitat.
Oeetury Olub, Odd Fellowr' Home. B. or private, s eligible to t i. :.
P, O. Elk., Volunteer Firemeo, Ma. yVots for ladiidal w ill i,. ,,t.
Ms W. 0. W., K. of P., Oalaesville .eklt willto Ieh ov l en.r t ,
Guards. Kirby Smith 0apser or J. J. troughwbhoe 1berality ..
Fnley Chapter of the UD.. (., or ary librries are tarnished, (1 "i l
shureh, doaday ehaool, hospital orean- be wriuen the amount uf 11,. i ....
sastmo or inistution you would wish sad the onmber of vote, i:
to own the beautiful library valued as ebaer will write on the i*-, .
800, now on display at 0. W. lHde's., stietioo or erlgaositio(, fr ,
THE REWARD will be a magnifl- i o bhedireso vote. ,ii n. r ,n
eent library,ooisisltig of I0 volemea and deposit the tioekt iI tr ,.
of the *sudard subewrlptlon pblila- box a the store in which I ;. i i
tlons of the day ay follow,: The Is made.
Grats Cha. Dudley Warner "Library The usandig of the cn,,t.. ...
of the World'* Beat Literature," 46 be published exclusively :i' -,.
volumes; "Lbrary of the World's day' oeueof The Sun tii ., r
Greatest Olaaiea, '8 volumes; the 14th, 1901, at 7 o'clock p.m n
Anglo-American Dietionary and (11- remaining votes will be m., ,ad
slopedia, 12 volumes; Library of Or- uhe magalloent literary at rdi,. h
story by Detew. 15 volumes; organization having the l:,r' ..
Wor of Balsae, 8 volumes; the Li-l berooteot. The un will ; ,t .
brary of Pot, 82 volumes; the each iuuo a coupon which w .
World'sl Bee Eseas, 10 volume; Hi** l the holder to two votes t a ;
tory of Oar Greas Commanders, 12 credited to the institution .t .. i :
volumes. teon n spaee provided for 'i: ., -a
Eleh and every one of these booaksdelivered to the ballot box. i. -r
are specimens of the beos meohanloal of the stores.

Voting Tickets Cao be Secured From the Following Mercaias.

0. W. HYDE.
The leading Dry oods store. Voters,
remember this is headquarters.
Marai Indel.
The leading Olothier, Mea's Fouraeb-
or aad Tailor of OjimevlUe. We sat-
isfy the most elrsting demands of all.
Votes oont here.
Gaineville Furniture Company.
The big Furniture store, where you
ean vote every payment you make,
eash or installments. Don'5 overlook
this valuable preenoat.
L. 0. Smith.
The best and laret variety of Shoes
In town. We have the pair you wnt.
We have the vote. Come and ooee us.

J. S. SodfWod & Company.
The reliable dienglas. A boey store
where the voting will be heavy. We
have them.
J. W. McOehum & Company.
The up-to-dat Dlruegst. The votes
are here. Oome ae us.
L. O. m.ith.
The leadlag Jeweler. Oar eploedid
eeb will apply the me eas o siaxdo
madIs. The vote are here la plenty.
A. L. Vial & Oempmy.
The only Goda Founsai, Osfeetios-
or sud Book dealer tesulauotee. The
oeat here.

Our Buggies, Wagois I. 'h*i !
are the-beet at the rihlitr I j i a
vote worth going after r -ry
department affords a i1i'. :- .r.
tualty to vote.
W. 8. Doremy & Comp.i',
The Orooory and iLl lr.' '-"
the struno at precinct 7lr L
your votlns strength ih ,i :, .** '
ear; every meal you srve '.
Bring your sooont and J ,a;d 5
pay the same.
GaIneeville Planing and Cot', Co
A glorious opporsuniy fr r' :'*
tor to vose for their fatvoro d
of wood 10 vote. Don't mni- :
W. 0. Fagan & Cornmpr,
Our Meats and VN'elIath, '- *
best the market afford. '
GOane4viNe Iteem Lau' 'n
Give u your work; ar. '
$lipe. ot your friends t '* "
Take the to our agency n: '-:*
votes. Big item.
A. M. Cushman

Votes will be issued for I r,-
now peoliie written or o.ld
ewed, provided soeh ;,r' :n
paid within thirty days :f"
e. For oes 10salen uof 1 '',
vote will be i sed
Me& S. W. LeGra i
The only Millisery sal
issaag votes. Vote h.-r*

NMtmeta, otb C fully.

The rntes of the oeotas provide that e meahat shall es r..'
a re4 e of hi voeow e eVdg Il a of Mh w aoe-a a dupI. '
so The Dail yu n. before b Me s lM a shwelek over h'.
ore, laIwedlo tiMs OM S arotlW w- i-d ad tyla them ir t'1'
p"kae aa pesaa- wuI t M* am m date of delivery on -
they oam be lid awa wy peyr rasee Mad delivered to a r
awards appetated at the es the maeat.

THE 1UMl Vetig Prepitie.

UVder no eieamasa will aompleop of ai paper be l r '
vote il this oeest.
We will give a premium of vote toee every Iid three mfwat,
se, 30 vot foe every pid eit meae4 a---l-- aa600 ,t.. '
paNdF Imrr e fwee e fe Doblly loe, 1. d @veIa or om )-r
il t Weekly p.m.. Old erie g-et the ame murI'
by rtae thesr emberipiom ta odveaa. e eev esho auld b*
%e 7 OU l ,"tiata*ttek s th WONg- amber of v"ese i tsh*
will awasd at 7 o'eleek p. ., Osa-ber 14th, 6In,10.000 **te


This eo p oe aislethe hol* to soe aes sta ea ",'
uay I eUlaut a esaeeia foe the easlfat li bsa ry, whe '
Uaed et. igaeS and resrawed to the balle bmes la ethr :
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