Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 1, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01039
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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III, NO. 254





phors Have Declared an


EationaDt itrue.


1, Capital Are Utterly in

Workmen's Council May
thTr General 4trlke-Ne
8 bartopot.
arg, Nov. 30.--The situa
san addenly grown exceed.
M. 'e Russian capital is
telegraphic communicate
interior. The Pan-Rus
of the telegraph operators
today has gone into op
the workmen's council Is
whether to declare a gen
strike throughout Rus.
w, predicting this time the
warranted arrest of tht
the peasants' congress at
4 also calling on the people
the employers of St. Peters
looked out 70,000 men to
raph strike draws an Im
curtain between the capital
nces which In suca a cri
the position of the gov
ost desperate as oeing In
4 coestant touch with tie
d local authorities In tUe
imperative. If the tele-
ke can be maintained the
t will be compelled to grope
the dark.
yes of the qflees have not
b'ut they iar expected tc
today. Only two lines are
vat of St. Petersburg. Tele
agaes from Moscow which
etarily expected to stop, say
operators on the Silbrlan lines
II lines sout;t, north and east
have struck.
leation with Scbastopol and
ceased. The operators on
SLroughout the UBntle prov
e lso struck.
raphera' strike Is the dl
wth of t.ie government's
prolbltn g the telegraph op
om oilnng a union which pro
is attributed to M. Diirnovo
of the Interior, for whose re
M office the radicals are rig
working. The minister re
marUly discbarged the lead
SMoscow union and yesterday
agues ent a twelve hour ul
to M. Durnovo and Premier
4 the relnstatement of
ed men and the withdraw
oTlious circular. No easwel
liing at the specifted time
was declared.
ietgrapher a o Moeoow aAIt
tSeir keys held a mOeing In
building and opon the ap
of the police and the troops
Sp the meeting they 4de
would not dispere eTv
iore used force*
benlg oat of from tele
ldUo with the eapt
kLes aere whether the
have surredered or weth

Nepeteef, te ocoomaadei
breela& ct*ve opalem

t today.
.aW~aoed I sa SbOsgol
l deeted *steep an
Theo ofarrd popoalati
I sall dirlWtl. sad uiak
-a tows& erve Ara
lbs girseto of 646
as bc i l oong
tno and martiLerW
bka been Ptaced 1oas le
AdMiraly Pow,. the f'r'ed
nottamews.WWhI*too ae .
ave bee" tralawe dc
bahrreerka Grndah)%p
a* tat% "m 'ary Gooe
I tsedInsrefo o nih
at nw Ice Work'mgotp
the m.tseevu by sNow
bimb1. If poemibie r,
was mape reu I
atf be waft Saft ft


ria! poetofflce announces that a:: corn
municatlons with-Rtasia has been In
terrupted since noon.


Claimed County Attorney Was Ir
Leapgu with Saloonista.
Tophka, Kans.. Nov. SO.-C. C Co'le
man. attorney general, has filed in the
supreme court an amended petition lu
the ouster proceedings against James
8 Gibson, the county attorney for
Wyandotte county.
As in the original petition. )r. Cole
man specifically charges Glton with
violating his oath of office by permit.
ting the "joints" to run with his know
edge and consent. He alleges tlat
Gibson demanded and received $5 from
each "joint" keeper In the county as
a bribe. These payments, It is assert
Cd. were made as immunity from arrest
and prosecuted. But In this amended
petition the attorney general says even
the brewers were taxed $5 for eac.i
sal ,on owned and operated by them in
the county, and that gamblers were al
low ,1 to run openly by paying a stlp
ulattld sum of money to Gibson quar
Tle amended pettiton goes much
further than the original in that it
givrs a list of "jnletlsts" who. It I1
alleged, paid Mr. (;GhFon for Immnuinty

To Deal with England's Unemployed
london, Nov 3v The nanies of the
Royal company alpoilnt(d to deal aI
the custom of unemployed of Great
Britain ly workings of the plmor law.
naomcd by Mr. lla;foIr, the premier.
and ranetone'd by Kilng Edward. were
I':tb'lshr ye.' 'rdat:t. 1.oid C(;org.
kIHliiltolIn. form rly secretaryy of state'
for Itials. is numed as chairman of t:wi
commissulalon which Inelo led the (O('on
aor. Sir Henry Augustslt Rol01n.on, vice
pre, i lit of the loecl government
hnartl for Titlanrd. the Hon. ('harlo
Irooth. of l.lverpo Pooth Steamship company, and Hit
Semuel tintler Prfftlt, second wCere'
tary of the government board T':ree
wormln are' ncludrlei among the 1i
nientilers of the corrn'lslon.

eonue Offered for Printers
New Yrk. Nov .y'i -!n anteilpat!on
u; t ;tr.is:l rtike t of t.ie prib1era on(
J:'. 1 to i'owlng the rejeci:1'a of th
.1' ,ia:.J f Typograpilcal I'nton No i
frr n t lt h' .nour !dav. the New York
TV')(' t tfhe o: Kn:i0 /a',itn tof emnpi)
irK aulrl't, ha. si nt(,lut a circular
to ri;,rmi l a tIen' It r Ynrk **',. for every rcmIlwe(ttor who can be In
L'rice to crorm to New York ani accept
etnp'ii" lntr Tene off"r Inrhidea tran
por~titon to New York and the promsl
of slteiy e-riploymelnt ncllno4 was
a form rfr t:;e applicant ',o mlxn stat
lag tha' he &as not a niemator of any

Will Sue the government.
Srattle \'.th Nv .M A A*,rea!
to the Pop' In'ri.rnce r from a.r
banks. AlaI t4 *'a atha t.hat Ifr- anks
of that piae will make rialtn against
the governmi'n' for iold uhA*' ahibe
they alhped to the Steaftle ae'ay of
ke on their own account and fopr ml
am ws tltha ditrlet The ag(rrertl

amant to aboul 31 C4000 Of Ints s'!:
the alalsanks bankhii s (*mar.nf a.1:
hanlle the cralm f(nr (o Oe r. ,le**** ai
tag ta esatn rt ee allIed tO hasl I b*P'
reported oa a ret of lar: ** *t.:,'n ot*
laat sprting

Vast Game Prse rve
Ilome. Idabo,. NOTv tI --4 lu'r,.?11,,I
Uth a cotresitace of gasaw' ar.r tel ,i
14taeo. Moe ata an4 Wyolmlar ail d.,
brWm 1 IPtti* TNWy t'. t1 .*',.,
pia 1 fr the crreO uof a rae' cam
prerve I s to*e tter Iot musmtatjl

he tae a6lrt of byf the 'attie
Status gIorames tl seoqame wl
itw eer. The wrdia ar this
mae beeese PPedMUe Bese sit at
emd the mW'Me of IWls kld

rum= 7 C X60$4 -u bon p.
aemmeed e0 9 *&ont T hee ams us,
#eated seer tht e eers Ponat ow
OAM UIV AJ Thed" *
SeedIng -lrafe us Iow son*U
bme pub f t W medow o
two mow



ThanksgivinO'Greeing Issued
By InvTmtigqtUBg Committee


Chairman Armatrong Declares that the
Policy Holders of the Life in.urjnce

Cwpanies Uder


Should Not Get Frightened.
New York. Nov. 30.- .;a:ir Arm.
strong, chairman of the 1.1 ,1,.: atp
Iointed by the New e1,: ;e :..i;turte
to investigateite life ur.at: r i-imaiti a
Thanksgiving greeting t,'.a: to pollcy.
holders advisltn them i.t to lI.;'.se.
'The addrt'es lullow:
l ant asked for a brti f itn. i ,.4e to
pollec holders on the o('cn ,1 t 11 a1
)ournnient for the most, .'i. I at., glad
to nlmke this Ruggestlonu
'Do ant allow your p t1i l.ip,
ou account of anything i. .I b) t.atL
Itivt It tlatlin.'
"Pulicyvholders a Ire t ', t I ,i*l
tlon now tIian before i" t -,li.t:onl
eagan and their posi! r ht t.i
mtroi.gly liiprove as 0 ( 1 i, ) irou

"We wl!i undoubtedly rtuwnnrit it I.
strenKtten the rightt !i;i, lt rb
hitm those who Mtiffer I t-IIA10,. to
lapi'e will lose the ben,' 'f w). t Asu
been done already as .' . hatt weI
hope to arrcplbsh.
"No nmrriflee now ou;. .' t, e 1, Il .,l
by pollc)yholder. ant .1aItire'. fat: i
courage for a short tI :, A i ll i'
only prevent loss hut ill cO'I
mlttee to render the bk he to Ih,
greatest nuuIber."

MoCurdy's Reelstgt on Accepted.
New York. Nov 30- l'be reltgnatlel
of President Rlohard M.(C'urdy. of the
Mutual Life ls'irt;ace colu:Muly. 'ar
accepted today by the bouWrd of trits
tees of teat comlp, o The reiilgna

tion of Mr. Mehlcurl
the board of Iruiit
Cromwell, treastrte
was named 4by the
porarily as presl !.
IThe resignation of
PeFkhat,. as tri .
also as received "
Hamilten Ii
New York. Neov
Ion. to whom New i
tempany has paid
sands oef dollars, e'
penats. has been h,
('. McCO;I. srcretar'
UIe aad son (of i.
Bed etday heeore
committee and !t i
Obl'a) Ilatetlo ',,
day to e iTatllltun
retUrn or If no, ?,,
tlg of the mones
gel to the eomvaltnt'
to get aa order fror

was peV..enlteel tI,
to 1ia) r:e rl'',
f thth MulutnI ift",
,Oste r to4) r( It l
of the' I i ', [ llant
1itlr. Hufltl %
of 'he MItu11al
'I 't nArd nild *aS

AndJew Hlamll
'k Life, Insuan'e
' indreds a tIho
.rg-"d to )legal 0
.*'*4 la Paris Jo',
(f the New York
- president, tet
,ti lTlveIgatlng
It was his (Mr
sall mst lsator
sad ladsu. him tr
give a asreual
ltr Iflahed eoWn
asked Mr MVer'I
r Mr Hamilta toc

his agetatahore ti pirreinie Haull
locm' Iaprun, and yIr MeCtll piomised
to do so.

Torkl S 9I0nww UaIsawgsd.
CmemptIPaIp %!. 4 a 'mf Igarig
New ft.-4'he oarwstfti of MytUas
ty ta. allw I'rwe 146 bed so wilqt
Dn ihe # p"af'!r Ie' Csmalaeasp
a b wb is loebtas r z tKe s. ftoo
11ta: I et advi1' 1! a AurImappI sad
sawnec k otot A' J(la of tree
bli. Is the ewest b te 1!pw-ismtio.
cf the Praeat a.' stie. 72 bha
tap# an sarwmg sa 'wt Is the o sus
bet ofmar'*r -f'I It lgartO by New
down" of the I at t of bhisatmes 4
sag the 0 '94&a we 1 m als,
6m aft s66ftl wbofta Sep will
reedv amp wl h r --S48AS

tsme the p Pule, no, 'OW"a9 c
600&04 of at l PRO-e ru rthe eel.
IWOM N hlrlfs WU" ftto

bras~t of basics"~itlag a" a t
Pren ssn CeIeI ms~ J--oI

Owletmes mlc" #944or fm4 a
Se psy eo60" "&ad IV
is a Id 00 h vow ,s

se "inem m Un P Cwr u.


Atmw to I9l Ou1 e
Miige, etS I*.-AMess fiae-'?tn
s eaed e bor tre J flo by64ll 515
US th We of I e Dart. '1 -dA.a
9 oIs aI" popohrw e'i. t 11P
eseo wa saua "tr~hel r ri I~ a
tIs ie uII *a as' 'tan
06"1 cers old p0-bed ss ad
I&t-quIW .if ave9 tIy teI ,tiop 5 b
dmsU-'t wu ,rvs. funrm 1nu 11
104 by gpe i ne 0wwho saneee4 bun
'lw v it wI-. has sam yet beesd lt
led 4 iFathat sO dWd soe 8141WIs
SM L FOG Q*AI 'm sIkoe 1' ep u4
**Or a af"IM I&*pma# of t"e s

Towusee Sea sa work
X", Orw0.1. I.v iso --c-A

owne of Se as tu. es 4 d0 &0^mto
ft"d g w lowas svi ese"
bwmm. jm" ora' W em
I" Now" nepstablean
~ Se iwuoade dM


MrW Roere Who Killed Her Husband
4ia1H fof Court's Deolsion.
'Windlor, Oat.. Novy 30.-l)eslitle th
ftct that the United, .4tates. prv.mel
court ha declined to Interkret tu thi
efae of Mary M. Rogers. unler sen
teace of death fur tns murder of hetl
husband. Marcus Ro'rs, another efurt
will be made to stay) t e exWcutoun,
which I seat for Frlday. De,. 8.
Attorney Flynn has Informed the
owadlaned woman that the supreme
out of the United Statuse had affirm
ed the decision of the Vermont court.
Lod that all hope in that direction mnitus
be abandoned. He told her. however
that he had then in mind a plan whicil
.jliat prolong her life
hMr. Rogers was c nerved by the news of the adlri,'z' rul
Ing, but said:
"'Walle ta.ire Is life there Is hop',;
['11 take the c Ctue you :Sgigesi "
ilr. Flynn declined to stait Iu what
maantr he would pioclted..

To Repeal Bankruptcy Laws.
Gallneoville. t;a, Nov. 30.--'tCinrevi
alan Tlhoma M. enll, the' ncaw ieiai
her from the bloodyy ninth." ,lai trel
for Wuashluton. alomniloianlied biy his
wife, to astuitii'e tlhe dutie ofil., 10o-i
thin utpun the convening of (Ie ali: ,l
al congKrela.s net .Miton'ly in tiir
ousa healthh and the prime of nii.anhrt
be Is IIn positlin to render %alulti. .i l
vice to his cOlntlituten!' lit. anu11 "t
the rwlionf ltilllitlos of thi' ontffie w Jlli
a full determination to gilv tflit p, etil.
the very best service In til, inpwi r miii)
t ,beeee who have been l.atiI':lar xith 1t.i
life and charncter of "I'oIi I'h!l as
he I fam!llarly known, iare iir, that
he will me'nta.e up ti e\* > l) Ii iqilir
snii, t lie will Inlrtnoluce a L,!Il to re
peal bt.kt:ilpicy law .

Trackage Rights into New Orleans.
uiufftuo, S. NS, I -4' \\ GV6it I
year, of this (cliy cotliruim Ilt- ItipA ii
Ibm' tahe New Orleastis (hsat NriWein,
whih I l .rie (,'mHl)e'ar s*ysteu In ithe
t)oitt II ne'lie)latllng to entir New Ik
lea0s by trackage arranlemtinl wtiti
t:li New Orleans and (reat Ntirili>amt
eran he, New Orrlranm lri at Nrorth
rn wai Inciiorpiora'ted hy MIer (!A )y-r toI i.tke' ov r the 3I m int, rn l-iin: i
itsa andl btull Into t1e) l Iititl r Ira 't
ouli-d I1y t:Ci' (e r 4 -i1uahi rn l.:mriahu
eoimpany. of fIdlic Ut' Me"TrN (lii Oi
peer art a 'me thl' >wtnt. S i r N(ite I,
)*@ar added that tb New ()rl.'ei t(;r, at
Noriher 1 will e'rentually go to Ja k
pn. Mias. tjit that terne was nothing
in the report lialt they inoild bull
northward Itrwmuh Toinessae.

Hill Oenial Ralr**od 6*y.
New York. Nov. a3 J. J. Hill took
ocrastla before be left for the wet
fe erday to 4eny with aphiale that
his retest trip to 0urop waM r th(e
purpose of getitag fuds to boy tie
Misolerl, KMassa A 'ttes i lway a
a fill SatwL to the battaei railroad
Mr. 1i011 sa that a rrtp to the ies
was ot more imprto b4*. "1'be tell
o auyl stortie atmht m y buylagl ratl
rMades that there ameO to 4eatyi
thie," he aid. Mr H1ll sad ite rt,
port that Preddl t Uweto. of th
Northes PratlkIt to rtelgS to htr.mrs
pw4elte t the Ck ciIea T rria ,. I,
red a t e sec'e I J*4 ,r Mr
(UIl' Mm, 3 M Hill. I a staik t, I,,
er.s rp.

WAM% now UAI'veat
VSa100 % I. N S&, -'AGesWdI
a *9Ig rwftbej by t i m4e, 4aU lTY
mom befou of Wawfalteei eaw we I
inisaus ta~ ldme brrr m~rI' o
,A -----G- A- to MAOM ft.)atme" of ri
fts pla ea to Je* S I s go u41
awIVWwaa &

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Desperate Efforts of Lide t8

ing Crew to Save Mea.


Reports from Many Sections Say ttha
Numerous Ships Have Gone Dowp
and that a Great Lose of Life Hal
Ensued-Worst Storm in Years,
Diluth, Minn., Nov 3, -Nai. dead
incluiilig tieot entire ceuogirtellm K icrewA
of the bolt, Is Lti terrible tr.n-ii ol
the w muck uf toie alteat r Melit .Ul ai
the almuth of the lIhluth ship canua
yesterday afternoon.
Tbh naraiti of those lost are:
NV111tanu Most, ofil< tI.ngneer, of
("l'eaelalnld, U.
H8eitoid l'r.iglnvtr ('laudlu Frrlnger
of t''le eilt.1, 0.
JatIe. K.iirly. of ltiffalo.
Wllliam t it;c'rrltt. oiler. of \Wilton,
Onla lo.
( ril tat u .on, ollutr, of Chicago
Hlletiy \\' iKlit. tseward, ( lf t'lhevtland
\\'a.;tr t. .s.1, m cond cook Aii.hter
t'lIr'tlltn iald deck hanul,h. nultil's not

FI't111 the tllllu of the arrival of lth
lif'-e *lilg cerw at 5 n'clhwk. dempor
nis' f(irt)t werel niila e to i et a litie to
lite ', t. lut with t( avail, in the prts
tllnc,' or tf Ihoi'nds of people who watch
d t1i v o'uel breal.tilcs ly, the line was
fitr .t oi r (s ship from tlhe ranaou
tI',, t11111e Once It caught and
tl i'e, on ,pe forwatrJ end of lte [uat
Mhi4r I' lVInJid4 b al to hill It In
ll t thle Ii)ck Q1 the lb'otfl, l cut It II

At i l lnl t tll Ihe offie'ltls of the com
I'ma y o, llinihg thet Iatni tIdvietI the crew
to altve, tiI| uill daygli1ht. sa)JUg tbal
thise nir of the forward part we're safe
enUlighi nt11 lm)inin ng, and om bhe tcron
i ri I .ot a a IaI of Illf' rou'le h e detect
eld "ll r e rhoi ly afti r dark
W\\h i he li moirlin died icll lt meiwhat
thil niurni ti lir Ifellf n i iin g e I'w Wts
a'lel tn to nhit ne lestI ahnl Inhe w rk of

III thI foir*ard i nl of Ih hieat all
rlIe safer, Ibt In the' stel ri nol nr wil
sa* vcd, all having mse ntllil ,, I o la.
cold. In he hlmit hmear lIad met '*v
sltm were liroigh'1 to( whiir a d lte
*tgnt more
The atved t1uas Itr hin i' 4l aptall R
P. Humble iin.t froiii hnim it was
leardt4 ti nt na* a idi ha I bero heart
by theIll fir* wr, fruir the tlead el
staine ert IIn it, rvenilng, and the
deatb of a *. li e ** r'lsa.

Ship Ocang ti io 1 ee.
lprl,,' \\%. No, 2s 9 am 2-
The, woaher Ltur-, as. which an obeUrv
1th1 M.'amef whiak w e t areaire ye
to la **ae* 'h*- **r haa tI'gitIn to an
f .in utt Nume o0f the met hae

Ie' ,IsL,. Nov S) -Twrealty ii 1XTes
a r-er@,t to have tewni l*t ad4 aer
Ii a .tanrt of v iesl A Jrivea aLotfO by
'hi ; .rltrellaf l1at lwpt over ihe
<;.T*' lke. Moe4day algntl Ba4 e
'rr Cay 33 VCS..l are amrftag. agl
frs,. are eatert(ale4 dor fblet aafety
7"- aafInai las is tiol o rteR*t t poe

rC.r Oif l lg er life ale eSaiS lhe
With oae e* .i':on the crw wn wfe
nr*,,4 omrr alt 'n wrreeks report.
The eopitol i the 'ret ek th*
Plrhfrg cI aret ta M stsiet. drte-a Mwe

m* ** rPore,4 to haV setem4e
The e..i bet ms It amas?
the J' M OhwsitU, the 0 ef Hli
tud a- se < (meeg ty. yT boat,

The A iliat he Peth.r, the ia
M***,. Se Meane ad the Xtha



I mBoer Iuyinlodatly killed
at th DitI Commisary.


In Attempning to Board the Train He
Mde a Misstep, Falling Under the
:. Oar-H1is Entire Body Was Badly
'. Wade. Nov. 80--urnner Langford,
aoe 20oyears old, got run over and
S as literally ground to pieces yester-
S day morning on the Dutton Phosphate
S Oompany's railroad, at the Dotton
The train was moving up to the
woodrack, a small distance from the
commissary, and In trying to board It
tie unfortunate young man mide a
misstep and fell betwwee the ears.
S Both legs and one arm were severed
from the body, which was alo badly
mangled. He died Instantly. He was
a nephew of Frank and Lewis Lang.
ford and well liked by all.

Party of Nine Oame Tuesday and Are
Now Pleasantly Located.
A party of West Virgluians compris-
leg Orval Watson, Mrs. Ella Watson,
MiN Eoola Watson, Harold Watson,
John J. Cleaver, Mrs. Grace Cleaver
a d 8. 4ay Dill, all of Terre Alsa and
vicinity, have arrived In the city, and
are pleasantly located as 612 West
Main street N.
This party is here prospectin with a
view of locating. There Is already a
; large colony of West Virlinians here,
many of whom have purchased prop.
S erty and engaged In farming or buol-
e ae of some kind, and are well pleased.
A party of twenty-elght from the
Terre Alta ectlon left that place Tues-
day nglht, and am e pected here to.
day. They are also homesekers, aad
many of them may loste here per*
* amaently.,

SDerhole Targedy In Tennmsee.
SWNauCrvlll., Nov. 20.-A Colombtia
'tan., dispatch ays a double tragedy
whokb two close frieade aad neigh
bos, both of prolmnent fatllies lost
tet' lives, occurred oear Rally Hill
ta Maury county. 'Te dead men are
P1ed iMrly and Heary Coltura, the
SIbrmer having Brst murdered his friend
ad then killed himself. Both meo
were studying to beome preachers
ad Early's mind is known to have
; bee dethroned. Irly used a shot.
S gu In his deadly work.

secretaryy Root Buelly Knaged.
Cblago, Nov. 10.-A dieptaob to the
TrIbune from Washington says that
feretary Root's knife l busily en
eagaged on chopping off the beads ol
diplomatic officer and consuls wra
as not efficient, It s estimated that
fully 100 perens, who for various rea
some. are unit to rpreoent the United
states abroad, will be invited to toe
der their reslguatices. Bright Ameri
can young mea will io aamed la theit

Early masma sa"es.
Tbere were rg twiral ale enr wbem
this country was In ita,erty youth,
but most of the 'baraMla ered were
choke lots of slaves to be dipoeed of
at the old slave mart that st6od at ti
foot of Wall street In the New Yark
Ohette of Der. 4t, 177T. ro of the
large slav holders mak the an-
eruan slave he r a Ia-To be Ms.
poeed of. thrwe (nrman msesata eM a
ake by tr~os on. a buteber aad the
ether a laborpr They ar H4tmbrtuWe
good mon. whls hoIomes h be kes tet.
end they may be had oo swheea
teems Inqutre of the pr atw bhres.

No M0se4. Ourae.
Te prietetor of the dry goes ere
had proposed to the mlUlner who
owned the etahblihm et arem the
"But. Mr. Wrappaap." ahe eald.
"I'm not sure that I lik you wetl
enough to marry yoea. et us be mere
l, friends. ms beretofore '"
"We cau't. Mthe Wrtl`-cna." tw a*.
swerld through his wet eeth "'l'twr
Is le friend adip ir trade You will lrke
m wu e*nougt to marry me or I'll add
a mslUey department to my stock"

Cbbmv Tribune

SUrto-4% e d hav
m d toa mn w ewnattt
ttr?~ fth-Te yea hee
Too =% as wow 49t"e psutm at,

A Gw mmd Owe pe rPil..

tlimoo ft"Xa?, of

AAWN!20;- 1W WNWOM---N

"I can tell by my little
ones' sleep when a cold is
coming on" said a mother
when speaking of the advance
symptoms of colds in children.
" They toss about, are rest-
less, their breathing-is heavy
and there are symptoms of
nighrsweats. The nextmorn-
ing I start with Scott's Emul-
sion. The chances are that
in a day or two they are all
over it. Their rest is again
peaceful and the breathing
Here's a suggestion for
all mothers. Scott's Emul-
sion always has been almost
magical in its action when
used as the ounce of preven-
tion. Nothing seems to over-
< )me child weakness quite so
effectively and quickly as
Scott's Emulsion.
SCOTT a BOWtN, 409 Pearl t1., New York.

Soe Tlmepteee Oeow *olled Meov
Qulekir Than Othern.
"I've been washing the faces of the
city clocks nigh on to ten years, I
guoe." said a pleasant Scotch-Irshb-
American, "and before that I did It In
the old country. There aren't many face
washers in this land, and the few who
know the business do well at it." lie
looked prosperous In his tweed suit and
derby hat.
"Is your work anything like that of
the steeple climber?" be was asked.
"Bless you, no," be replied, with
twinkling eye, much amused, "only In
one thIng, and that is that mostly sail-
or take up with the trade. That's be-
cause we're good climbers, you know.
I've washed the faces of city and
church locks that were 180 feet from
the ground, and It took me two and
three weeks to do It. I'm a practical
lock repirer, too-have to be, you
know-and do my work in a hug
wooden cradle made for the purpose.
Some clocks get their faces dirty In a
year or so; others remain clean ten
years, and so on. Old Ben, Weetmin-
ster's great clock, Is expected to keep
clean fifteen years.
"In the old days the trade was more
dangerous. We used to work from
scaffolds and got many dangerous
falls. Now we bave the cradle and all
the fixings and comforts, and It a man
keeps bi heed be can work as well as
on the curb. How Is the pay? Well,
that's hard to figure, for we work by
the job. We don't clean clock faces In
winter, so we make enough In the
summer to last the year round. Of
course sometimes the clocks are taken
out of their cases and repaired In the
abops. Last year I cleared $2,000 and
visited only two other cities, Chicago
and Boston. This year I'll make more,
because building operations have grim-
ed the clocks and given our trade a
lift"-New York Poet.
The Wod Devetk.
The word derrick for a machine used
to lift heavy weights e curiously de-
r ved from a Loeado bagma in the
beginning of the seventeenth century1
whboe name was Tboodorc and who is
often mentioned an old plays. "He
rldes circuit with te devil, and Der-
rick must he his beet, and Tyborn the
Inn at whleb be will IIgbt" occrse It
"The Rellman of Leadom." pubeshed
In ItlL The name thus corrmped
came afterward to be applied, by an
eay transition, to the allows and lat-
r still to au frame or centrlvaae re
sumbll&g it II bhape.

A Fearftl Fate.
4It isa fearful fate to have to e@dare
the terrible torture of piles. "I ea
truthfully My," write Harrty loom
of Masoaville, aI.. "that for bltd.
blnedin. Itehling and protrodiea ple,
SiBuekla Arnica Salve s tahe beet
eur sade." Also beet for eat baes
ad tiajriee. Mel as all druggist.

TWs Par*e Jewete**..
"T stroll about the Lndoa streets."
say Harper's Weekly. "'t a pastime
SI Perl it s aito as edwetter I bad-
ly saderstad bow an aglitbashr
after a walk dewa te Avese de
roper e r the Beleearn deu Itabem
can bear to etvn late at a e
atret jewelra T a e what the
Frsech ar dor g in jewe wrkof et v-
ery ktm to m ma e frel that le-

dam i s"myeiy a
bmt mum o to a
ca"o wl

hon egoism"

A JesmeY Alone a Caral a tk
Seueg'' It Pre..ts.
"I ca think of no more repom
holiday," say a writer, "than to tep
on boar of one of those barges
wedded together in a Rotterdam caal
and., 1 er W lifting .1 fi:g(r to alter tte
natWeJ t"me of (,.'*,%t.;.-tO aceeleratb
or direl-be carrI-1 by It to. Bay.
Harningn In Frilrland. between the
meadows, under the noses of great
black and white cows, past he:oob fish-
ing in the rushes, through little villages
with dazYlng milk cans being seered
on the banks and the good wives wasb-
ing and the saturuiue smokers in black
velvet slppers pasaug the time of day,
through big towns. by rows of somber
hour een through a delicate screen
of leaves, under low bridges crowded
with children, through narrow locks.
ever morlni moving, slowly and sure-
ly, sometime a ling, sometimes being
towed, with the wide Dutch sky over-
head and the plovers cryig in It, and
the clean west wind driving the wind-
mill, and everything Just a It was in
Bembrandt's day and just as It will be
500 years hence."

Purious Fighting.
"For seven year,," write Geo. W.
Hoffman of Harper, Wuh., "I had a
bitter battle with ohronie stomaeh and
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
eared my diseases by the upe of Eleo-
trio Bitters. I uohesitatiagly rooom-
mend them to all, and don't Intend in
the future to be without them in the
hooue. They are certsiuly a wonder.
ful medicine, to have dured suph a bad
ease as mine." Sold under roaran.
to to do the some for you, by all drog-
gifts at 0e a bottle. Try them today.

A Literary Caeleldmene.
"My father, W. Clark Russell," said
Herbert Russell In telling of a literary
coincidence, "bad finished maturing the
plot of hi novel. 'The Death Ship.'
which is a version of the legend of Van-
derdecken. I wan his amanuensis at
the time. lie Raid to me, 'Tomorrow
we will begin the story.' On the fol-
lowing morning when I entered his
study to take hin dictation of the open-
Ing lines be showed me a letter be bad
just received. It was from W. 8. Gil-
bert, the well known dramatist, asking
him why he did not write a novel
about the Flying Dutchman."

rnameal sI tthe HIltaBds.
A Bcottish corrt'pondeut writes of
funerals In the highlands: "There are
no undertakers here. A carpenter
makes the simple coffin, relatives and
friends carry It. hip high. to Its last
resting place, which Is dug when the
end of the Journey is reached, and,
having walked perhaps six miles to
the chosen kirkyard. they take a re
freshment of sandwiches and whisky
and walk home again. The rigorous
absence of pomp is maintained, but
there Is the added embellishment of
pipe music."

o(W Near to Them.
An EngUsh druggist gives thI follow-
ing list of blunders made Ily his poorer
customers: "('Ctch an eel" for cochi-
neal; "lir'*icrou(s paste" for phopbho-
rs paste; "grease It" for creosote:
"fibhy water" for vichy water; "guitar"
for ,atarrh; "everlasting" for efferve-

In Mad Chase.
Millions rush In mad chae after
health, from one extreme of faddism
to another, when, if they could only
sat good food, and keep their bowels
regular with Dr King's New Life Pills.
their troubles woold all pans away.
Prompt relief and quick care for liver
and stomach trouble. 25e at all drug
Msoret guaranteed.

TheI* rei Wrd.
"But." said the Judge. "you provoked
the Aght."
"Na 01 didn't," replied the prionerr.
"But you struck the first blow. Why
did you do that"*
"ekase be said to me. 'If O'm wan.
ye're akther.' and so I soaked him."-
Phladelphibr Pr .

Too Proae.
"Tor father ts certainly the pollteat
man I know."
"What makes ye say that
"He's prete idln that be's cured of
hi dypemis la n order that be shall
ot hurt his doctor's feetlnga."-New

Heart Fhotering.
Undigeted food and gar in the storm. j
ao, aMsted juit below the heart.
pMes agaians t ai d saeno heart pal.

,piaUs~. When y r kears troubles
e in that way ase HerbiH for a
Sdat Yoe will eo be ell right.
iea bottle. Seliby W. M. Johneoa.

Marks a period in the lives osM ygiris
which is fu 1 of the greatest dnera, and the
res Insibilityof her heath, perbs her life,
reet with the pants. Yow girls just
'::' budding into womanhood should be given G.
: \ F. P. (Gertle's Female Panace) every
S* month for at least a year. It assists Nature
to establish regular, healthy periods, and
hundreds of mothers follow this eoruims.
Their daughters entering woman hocd
i r ;' strog, healthy and freefrom manyof the
S* dan tr6uboh which afflict their sex.
G. F. P. (Gratle's Female Panacea) is and
Shas been so continuously successful in the
treatment of female diseases that we are
ab!e to sell it under an ironilad, money-back
guaratee to accomplish its advertised purpose, or refund your
money. No fairer proposition could be madro by any concern, or by
any physician and no other female remedy i3 so guaranteed, or oi-
fea you reeli at so little risk of expense.

Go to your dealer and buy a bottle of G. F. P. ( e FIemale
Panacei)., uc ;t aa directed, and if you can honestly say you have not
been benefited, return the empty bottle ani get your money.
THIS GUARANTEE auilt ires any druggist to re-
fled the purchase p-i:r rf a bottle of G. F. P.
(ierstloe' Fema!e Par-c-s) to saly woman who
tries It end !s act benestted by l', !se.
E. D. HPett, ,fC' r,,lr. F'a.. says: "Mfy
daughter ryel fred fr Rereri (cr: from general
female nea nesa and c.rc. < 'e ruenstrm lion.
After takin cne both" Female Panacea) she hOa fi d! rc(curtred. It
is a God-send to the female sex."
$1.00 PER BOTTLE -
at all Druggists.

Gentle Mdicine Co.,
CAattrnooga,o 'Tes.a

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of Title the
first consid-
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the investor.


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Land Titles in the State of Florida, partloalarly
Alaehoa county.

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S At STATE FA ryingtoGivea Little Girl C
Liver Oil.
& =A fth Pi Di- An iteoreting| ieldent was told
S, -I h '. W. M. Johnson's drug store the oth
ph a n ad Pink Ribbon. o .
A man eamo ia aed bought a bots
RION COUNTY IN LEAD of Viol aid while walltng for ehanj
eagna d the el lok ia oomersation.
Gets Red Ribbon. Polk Third, Sied et "We weg told to give o0
Fourth and Le Sixth- little gidI eod live oil. I bought
a Cash Prize S160-Alo bottled toek It home. We had
r Cotton. regular telrne t] g to get the chi
to Ntk itr. Thee is did not agree wit
SNovember 90.--ounty hoe as all, the ol apset her stomae
Sby theo udges at the 8tae Fair She did not ge any better, so I to
annoonoad thisafternoo as fol- th doctor hoew S hd failed and I
r at omae resemmemded your Viool, sat
ty making the largest and best lag that it eotetalmd el of the our,
display, Marioa, 1$2,000, diplo- lilv, bealigl and straentheninr prop
ald blue ribbon, arniae of sod liver oil without a drop 4
y making the aneond larlst oil, and the ehUldrn all love it tast
beot geiesl display, Hillaboro "I took home a beotle and we bega
d diploma aad red ribbon, to give it o oershild right away. Sh
Ity making the third ltel ot and said is was dellaleso and wanted mor
geral display, Polk $00, diplo- Almst from the Ines doe we notice
white ribbon. a ebuge, and she has gained flesh
ty making the fourth largIt strength and appetite and sleeps we
bes general display, Manatee every llght.
,diploma ad yellow ribbon. "I dol't believe anyone should giv
sty aklng fifth largest and a delinat e hld old-fashioned, nau
general display, Alachua, $1S0,di- eating cod livlr oil or emulsions who
and pink ribbon. Vinol s so delietoou, and it will do a
ty Iixth largest and best ener- much more good than any other tonic
play, Lee $100, diploma and green It is simply a wonderful medicine to
weak, puny children, and I am reots
rlarge'rand bees display of citrus mending is to my friends."
tualdia pineapples, Lee eoun- We goaraltee Vinol will mak
and diploma. weak, puny children strong, robust
ltoral products, Marion ooun- and rosy, strengthen and invigorat
and diploma, old people and build up the ronadown
lee, Manatee county, $100 tired and debilitated as nothing els
diploma. Can. If it falls we willingly return
o, Oadden county, $20 and every dollar paid for it. W. M. John
a. son, Druggist.
ufaetored industries, Hillsboro
I $100 and diploma.
teaoek, Marion county $260 and "LACK HAND" IN GEORGIA.

dostlonal work, Hill'Loro $100and Citizens of Laurens County Severel
moa. Whip Negroes.
reIaa, Marion county. Dublin, Ga., Nov 2 --j1. C (*ri.!fl
Pooltry, Hillsboro county, $200 and a barber, and Will It'ha. a a :alwtI
ploma. were severely wh;~lici la: t n iht h
Sorticultural, Mauatee county $300 citizens of I)Dulln anid iun ft :i tl.
4 diploma. county.
)oiton, Alaehua county (100 aod di- The negr*es conf,-sred to l,'ln me.n
WI. bers of a "Black lianit" aoclety, which
rarved products. Lee ooonty W60 had sent threatening lette'ri to ('hief o
Sdiploma. Police J. IL. Cowart. They also coi
minerals, Marion county $100 anddi. fessed to havln sent a very lt.ltin
ad obscene letter to (< \V. W\..:la:ni
rtry. Marion county 0 and a nlember of the lcgslaturte. from IAu
, M c rens. Tbhi letter was sent toi Atlan
ta, and was mailed there.
Coughing Spell Caused Death. They Implicated Will Anasley and ('I
Harry Duckwell. aged 25 y.ars, co WI"on". two negro barber. Anslo,
ed to death early yesterday morn- Is In jal. but Wl:on made ,ltl e4rapa
at his home in the presence uf hi It Is not twllPev that there will bI
and hiald. He eontraeted a slight any sElrious tr!*'lt!e. The barhterm hai
a few days ago and paid but little h.r*.tolfre borne good re putations, an.
ilon to it. Yesterday morning there is great Aurpris that they shiolt,
wisa-d with a fit of eooughing e r,!ly of such mcduect
eoutlouned for some time. His (' ef Crower reet"ied t'on r th('
#lelfrf. One after btri..,i.n had t.,-en
oen for a physelan, brut bforn i ;" JAthe 'ersall of po
arrive another og g licm n ard AMlerman N M Moore
eame on and Duakwell died fromwere hreand
-St. Louis Olobe Demo-
=Dber sle, 1901." Ballard's
dreup woolly have saved LeOrippe and Pneumonia.
1., N0Oaud oldby. SMd b Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
-- but never follows the on of Foley's
Negro Shht elf 38 Timea. Homey and Tar. It eomr lagrippe.
Tr, lnd. Nov. M--Jak eott eeoogb and preeO. pemoo*moea aad
saot and mortally wounded Jno lsa umption. Ask for Foley's H'Ny
Sforema of the tunnel ulg a and Tar aod refeoa any substitute of.
lher railway ezteat on w eort d. l. o. Vaaher, 17 Oomod
n trls town and French Uick. rtrlt, bhieeo. writet : "My wif hbed
erntale A pone. aon aad Ia er aaeao( lagrpp e tre ye
workmea asoriated wtth Wadlq, aoand is left ber with a terrible
daeott. ad ret rv d to tow oa. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Stafoatle taut fthe bdy ne iad Tar and it g1ao immediae
iLla benk toh b e ~t ..A IC..sent botaml aoeed bIroo,
e eIw e.-" Refse. subs-iltut. J.
e aiod coalateod OatselJo eIm A Ommay.
b dy was foand at the pane -- - -
tr the workame. Thee was Side Wanted.
0bke 3t the body. Bide wted by she Board of
C e Cnty Oonmimlooe* of Alahesa
oa **a5n Japi --ty for thea ervir of two road oe-
I C Nov. MS.--tlua tI for she *aoeelo y**r Ihads
J aLip uw on r.o. n ba bea headed so Ihe el*rk of she oir.
Sad Jowe c l i etl eey eae nrt laer mtha Mood.r, IJ-.

Whoa Ithuag r Armnd W ab ibe48, 190. The Red rssrvo
ye"Oteray b##rnhe somm %r isew)Mssany end all bids.
noe Poll". 0 b3es edref the Oa s this 71h
mW -athoe Madan pob 41We 88*61. BIo .
forJapanesee .D~M VD 'd-C O
p eonme t. =amNM. Wmme. Clek.
the Jnsomea e eum
Ast ba mA iMs la p motblWof th
is, "d O uutj Cmmi be
bel. ro. hrr huM, Sub Q - rl Im
Ow dd P oo
0 Ir. o- Arm@ e r4n %) O
wl% bw 1W&eenkoWnovm
~ SM" bor I a e b
aSlm tSsb. m a
-Sii ~Y gw. Vid 1. Cm0.1~ 1O

Incidents to POve Thait Ihe Btrits
Are Rest Cowardly.
sd It has been said many t;ins that
Illons are cowardly brutl i nt of :ie -
wmany llous with which I1 I h\ lall IpDr- j
oin Oal dealings, *xpeCt ;. tul uu,.x-
lr lerte ly, t e epllhot cA y v 1 t!,
1 law t 1 iouiJ coaalder .l,. lte i;
le dtecribhlr them. I hav' I- ,i' charge
go by a lion. and be cfrtaluil diiinot look drfI
co b a lico I have conti li toi i lok That the factory prices of Shoes have advanoii!
cowardly. I have u lt l fato, fat.',
ur at a distance of some twenty ftest, with from : to 15 cents a i pair, and the factory re:-
a a family party of boalf u 1,ion. fortuti
a te ftul ftd. Tbo tnlra. ,,i. fortu rt entatives advise that another advance will
dignity, looking at Us, aid tieii slowly shortly COnc
Id moved away. stoppftg every few yards
th to stand and look Ialla. Thenr was
h. aetheher ar a mineanut.e4s il t heir ap-
e Ihave an b allgnu.and Our Stook Was Contratled for Eight Months
y. I have myself beem stalked by them.
a It I could have aSacoirangkt 1uy3'4'lf with
the conviction 4W their .warnlllus Ag s d D lve R H R
.,he"'""""" -"""" ''" "". tA e and Delivered FRESH FROM
Swhen I war the quarry nwl they the
of wh-n t =- t THE FAC TORIES
hunters, it would bave put a diffnrit Tt FACTORI
. aspect on the altuatio. We were at
kn this time llng In a a tatliitn over seven
e ty mile from the nearest eumitnntiug
,. link with te outside worlh, alud ttwh At first we did not pay tlh. al\van,'- ani we
d man eatlng lion took weesslon of the
, on road wb t h led to thi.- link thinrs are selling tlheum tit COSt. Whenll e ott'tf
I became erlona.
A large troop wan rejlrted, tand th"
natives malntAlned that this trip ran
e alonl In the grass pa rll.'l with the
* caravan road (a path wso-:. teni lnehes
n wide), and, barin awlt-l the,(> m UIst
o edible member of the e:travan. juuip ftl I S h
0. upon him like a lash, Hiei. t.iitng him.
,r disappeared as quicklyv .a1 thly eani.e.
SOur mall runesar, att.:ihali to whom
with rlpen, were a~leril t Iunw attack. 2 4 KORRE T
e ed. Finally, as the e.iI party was
it canlping one night, fort intely fIr It,
e with a native careTan1, th. 111oq i ..oi
i, came so bold that. In pllt. of flrea. they
e sprang uloon a native nii.i .arrhle llitn
n off Into tbhe bush.-Mr, s I.. llinde In
SBlackwooil's Magazine
----- and other well knovin lin. att Factory Cost it is practi-
S Remarkable Cure. ( ally offering you (;()LD) DOLLARS at *i5;c each.
"I was mooh a lietedl with iaties."
write& Ed C Nud. lowariilr. Sedgwick
Co Kan "going abuiit in crutches
y sad suffering a deal ofr l'sin I was
induead to try Ballard' i Sniw Lini-
n meat, which relieved ei i I u sked
r three N)e bottles It 1s hI areratest

mended it to a numlrnr of (.rsonsG. W H Y D E
All express themselves owing .i t Ihb -- ..i
fited by it. I now Aalk without
Serutehes, ahi lto prfrirmi nAretat deal M A X K RAI U AS',T
Sof light labor on the fNril *" ?.X. L
Sand $I, Hold by W.1 I htson Kpreentang
I Namlr. 1y w r wo*
r Tihe tre g ini w' teitiv, wirdi ri. A. s WEIj ll & CO., Painters,
SIlu the julanetsw l.mi it~i a tu corre.Iolo
Switch four worlds ait. ir,-' nual "rt." W WH 0 L S A L SH 0 ES Decrtors and
ir'.of,.r Itasil H il rnin: l..arin t, for ofAll iDeriptles. Paper Hangers.
a rwore of yearN ir fe'el.,r of .lJaalnlew
IIn the Itaplerial in ari v elt ut Tokyo,. 2 I s: t Main 11, N (lsisesvillr. Fla.
reIardAs (le ni.lwllm f lth e wrl "art"
l5 x werakIksI. it ilkhi ko I fo. All k w
Sof a word for ".'* nre Iay I.' *ole Alle',nts frO K l 44V All kid ot and indwork
ile oI *I ll m I II. *1( I~y *" 1 .*<." ha, l O O irILT I iii a
the opoit. ol N. re" his. rv.eTraxe as a IF1U QIALITY hWoes lerv promptly and natly s. e'.t.i,
Proteus,. at tinn-',e llithli Irolyin or pair warrant .-
S'UphlbOLNia for t i'rentolr, n t othlier J. l aael, Agenlt I'Al'Elt III NIlNiu ams l ni(IN WRIT.
tlzies the heltrnir. thilrl, c i'rea-teMl, or INU a 4eailaly,
thr- unlvrese with t isi left ut. ar lhe -
iul nitil, u of man 1l .iIppail tato ile sol- T eO .
sclious actor tht blwhich 1 re-niniaullr M H. BROWNE,
ar811 Ir(r. or. m, t, with t (h.lkWrtnJ A
y ", w l,,, A *.-. "+'u Ert." way EL DORADO CAFE Etn, I" H. BROWNE,
essrtly t). oppo. *'In sart." says
the prtsor r. word w'natur'f .,igl On Ba z-- t z r
stand for fevryl Ins lu Ionral awn Claksallis la te',kln a Fre.s.
for notilahIn in p., tilrlar. Imlnm l, oht
to defane al ad ar a l only a wlll o- Everyllthi in krason Cookeld to )rder.,r G oda Noti
thb.wIap to m-i ld metapbysckally OYTCRlIs AND HITEAK at God,....
mind peryom Imnreeloes uar- k- o 60d(....
uly _COFFEE the mot.
Dsslry Could .... -_ Also I.Ns \t'l.r',, V4touss IIDREADI,
.Oeors Could Not Holp ar. r P I C ER RE A ION ABL. ('Ak'4 and PIltE-Freek
"I had kddbey trh|l for fnre," r--- yr lha
wrt.e Ma Raymond Oon.er of AI WE 8T 8 IDE SQUARE,
too, W ehl.. "and Ith deeMtam eaoid e*4 m weS Mla er.es. l*r altro _Ah
hbep me. I tried l'ley's y re -..,--. ... .. .....a
"od the very *a ** rli"f o o ia !!
and I am now ered I uaoM Msy s A l
meea for Foley's Kidiy Cre" It
maka the d4leae hidooe aood
they wIl emis "at- she i Ih oa I n
t heblod. Uelor. i1 o -i d I
heal iohe Imosmlh l. W. M eoellnam W W
lo Se e.L PeyseT
Wheo tbh 4,mu wa Sm brosm-nad
nSere qap.toUa ,*'keope to te e As Ev(ionos Florida. on. m-!' r r,'m
tatitablusat of I3...Lu.'s mken llltna. Lne to
gois. to ptne r. i'a Abe a tlee. a Rook Rood 4: .**e* Le
plitrv tr rs rt- r. i a seed Mam Land, all el d a ihla aie NI p ,
plrll Ibe n ol r LIr ai if I fI al *Od a r-- oHk ad ; all e nl rd lsj

artwemew as -r-Puar -aidto onoupbteftkvt Lsailb smm
%so" ah w sumd sOW erny ofeq oIm SU~~e.Sw Is loavinm IvbLe()?. euang
9VOmaaINISLOMa". 'fzii O $ f e ~~f & tonAll givod tvpc aug lend Lee, Go!pad anl Pd"
In the IM0 W &OF." As 0 @gm. .l A. ra aed Ineye-wb mm
"a t risakefi. a 01500 dwelleg aSd IAM 'rf *ad ofl t ""Soo ##Is
"ftf'a mP-'I WVW &'"0the psmnisee, All gooes44 a flatEINeg
35w OUNSW 10 :e a M 0 Mo.
mofevbhOU5 EAANY n $2500.00
SWWbO bet bM&heP,400f S
SmuAply lot kwrNhar rinwe 0 sleepers
--e me-wsma a t-see"..& *5k 41VIsMk.
1IN98On P.) e I I for.
Theft* ei aap. fm so mminm"IV
affiew. &l6Ii.ed~,A Wol Oi. also
FringeM gomt e see'o f 0 #440a

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a 14MO at tte PJe% o a Galaesvile.laa..
sa o 1 matter.

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Reading notlies in local column to cents a line
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OAIn -Vu -, Fa.

SBy inoreasing her navy Germany is
/ of the opinion she will rebate more of
an impression In the coming peace on.
Henry Watterson ha been an honest
editor so long that he just declares that
be eould never come down to holding a
public office.

SPerhaps President Roosevelt thought
he would tackle the football players
before he undertook the management
of the next senate.

At the eotoo growers' meeting hld
S LakJI e itly o0 Toueday there was a
Try ea`loedastle orowd preset and 9o
Mames wore sobe ribed to the list of

It lI thought thet John D. Roekefel-
Ior knoo something about life lansr-
VW.. bilMe, but It Ou'I be poslble
or KMil Ida Tarbell would have had a
story about tl lose ago.

It is rally too bad thba the foreign
s aooataset so about their family at-
Ifain that' their Amerlea hlre--e
ena't live with them. The poapa will
have to raise the yearly stipend in or-
dor to have complete harmony.

SA Irishman who was oongratulat-
Is* himself on the advaneomant the
Obureb of Rome was making In this
eoootry, remarked as he rcised the
S AUarallan ballot to out his vote:
"Bodeddvery voter most now make
the sign of tbs roe."

The New York World mentlonoas a
more ooneadence that os November
80, 190, whea Governor Odell aban.
donad his opposition to enastor De*
pew's r-eleation, he realived $7,.000
La settlement of his elaim aaplnst the
Moreantile Trust Compaay, a. ally of
the Equitable Life Asoeraeae Boelety,
of which Mr. I)epw was diLeator sad
legal counselor. Malielonu people pot
this and that together and draw their
own eonlusionas.

Many papers are warning the people
to take great ear Eand sr d only the
bet and ablest men to the Legislature
at the rnet election, so it will make no
diferenee with the ones who are eho-
aen-whether they are good, bad or
ladiffeent-they will know if they are
elected that they are supposed to be
the beet and will no doubt change the
laws to eonfore with the consaniution.
The tables legislators, however, will
fled that their tbetl efforts will ti1t be
l lai andA if ithe underta.k

SUNSTROKES. a mRodeed'. ta.
St following story is one which
The man who is brilliant without be- To9 Hood was rather food of relating.
lng showy will generally attract toe He was once asked to contribute to a
attention of someone who il, t4ai g new Jourtal, not exactly gratultously,
stAut some glittering effulgeae. but at a small advance upon nothing.
SHe accepted the terms conditionally-
In ppite of the fact that Rusis loas that is to nay, provided the principle
confHdlene in the army, Korea buoks coudbe properly ( rrited out. r,
at o ntrol of Jsp., the red &aX appears Adcordingly be wrote to his butcher,
t control of JpV nath. red ag appears baker and other tradesmen, Informing
in a parade in Vienna. ansd the votes them that It was necessary for the
are ready to abolish football at the sake of cheap literature and the Inter-
Now Yolk University, Uncle Dick Me- est of the reading public that they
Curdy refuses to relinquish his grip on should in future furnish him with their
the presidency of the Mutual and the several commodities at a trifling per-
fat salary. centage above cost price.
It will be sufficient to quote the an-
Ocala was afraid their water supply swer of the butcher:
would be eat off. hence they prepared Blr-Respectiln your note, cheap Utera-
for the emergency at Toesday's elect. ter be blowed! Butchers must live as
other pepel, and it so be you or'the read-
tion, In' public wants to have meat at prime
cost you must buy your own beautesses
The only trouble we sotlee in pistol and kill yourselves. I remain, etc.,
fights is that if the/oontotenta would JEM STOKES.
--London Standardnl.
only keep away from the crowd no one
would get hurt ._ When tke Ostriesk er H
S g t t wo feet is the usual stride of an os-
When you go to the opera house trich wben it walks, but when the
with your best girl, and you don't bird is alarmed and commences to run
!know enough to talk about the It exchanges Its mincing stride for
Weather, keep no a constant kicking fourteen foot steps, which easily car-
of the chair io front of you. It is al- ry it over the ground at a rate of twen-
aays enjoyed by the person who ceu. ty-fve miles an hour. Ordinarily an
pie it. ostrich makes no effort to profit by its
length df legs, and many birds with
The coming message of President legs lees than a quarter as long habit-
Roosevelt may not have a word to ay "ally use a three and four foot stride,
about corporations oontriblng to the for It seems to be one of the rules of
abo corporations contributing to the nature that b!rds like ostriches, fiamin-
csnmpaign funds. He ..oovend" te d
during the less campa.Heign to the s" atisgoes and cranes extend their stride
during ,he last campaign to the atll- only when alarmed. The ostrich when
faction of his party, at least. it runs takes both feet off the ground
Sat every stride, its progress being
The saying that "Public offle is a made by means of a series of jumps so
police trust," has now got so mixed up rapidly performed as to leave the ob-
that public offers are all of the opin- server under the impression that one
Ion that they are in the trust. foot remains on the ground until the
other la placed.
Man's Skull Fractured. The Isnrt Newspaper.
New York, Nov. 30.-Walter J. Jar The honor of having produced the
via, clerk at the Chelsea hotel, wa first newspaper has long been disputed
found in his bachelor apartments In by Italy, France, Germany, England
Wests Twenty-first street last night and Holland, and for years the British
with a featured skull, and was taken museum exhibited a paper called the
to t Vincent' hospital In a serious Engllsh Mercury, said to have been
printed in 1588, but which proved to be
ooditio.. He hald visited frienDs a practical joke of Lord lHardwicke.
]Moday night at the Hotel Maryland As the first German paper only appear-
He left t.iem shoelly before mdni ed In I115, In Frankfort; the first
sad retired to his apartments. When Dutch paper in 1617. the first English
found his door was locked on the In- paper, the Weekly (;azette, in 1622
aide and he was fully dressed n evae. and the first French paper in 1031, the
ing clothes. It is not kiown webth. priority of Antwerp In the field now
er he was robbe. At t hoapltal he seems to be established by exhaustive
was still unocenclous this morning. Mr. reserebes, which show beyond a doubt
Jarvi' parents are said to heaide t that the printer Abraham Verhoeven
baleston, & S0. of Antwerp obtained In lo05 from the
rArchduke and Du)ben Albert and lna-
belle the privilege of printing the first

Minleter Squ*le Rslnso. regular newspaper.
Havana, ov. 10.-The Amerlcan
minister, Herbert 0. aqulers, haa cCa
bled his resignatlon to WIhlanton.
'~e minister declined to be Interview. Lllll &
od on the suh)ect. but It can be a
berated that the Cuban gwvra eat oa Suoeon to T. J. Meloe a Co.
bled a message of complaint to Wasl
Ington against Mr. Squale' attitude os BROKERS.
the Isle of Pines quwtloo following
hbl persistent oppoeltoto to the Aasko
Cubsn treaty whioh the OUbasn have ltterk% Cottes, Orala ad Prevlalens.
chosen to consider uraouoaable. On
the receipt of Serertary Root's ee Room 7. Ritswoller Building,
age with reference to the complnalJ 112 West Bay Street.

Mr. Squters immediately eableo wis XPR-sS PR-PiID
re sgnatlio. Private Wires teo Pramal Market Ca-XPR PIePAD Baulk Gods--Ju Pree-Nl Pr.Aid,
ter. Pbe ase No.. 117& Mu a s a9 II Qt .. 10 PeO Gar :
nllRUM Ctlb Ry ....... 08 04 00 I 7 00 Rye. Gi. Corm. Goodrade
1100,00 Fire n InM Pra^es*ee. kefereses ItU)RIDA BANK ANDTOUST Nesin CounItr lie .. 90o 4 7 s 0oo Per OGade
Ban Franclaco, i. 8.--.-Fir early y oo.u Jamesmh m se.. MoemrN m taor ...... .. 9 0 Ow Ry. Ol raC.P J Quualt
today destroyed the t gar ho masirfar ---a- - Dre .. H.... .. o M 0 Rye. Oa. CorI R. e fer tbe
tuning estalilsaleat tof ila sad O Maltikey....... 3 7 00 9 Rye Pab aod Ap ple radr
ladnle at 24 Fremntot treLt tbo UalPdh Pese Brandy .. 37 o on so pS.e
Iron Works, Rellasee 3Nglae company ApOl lrrusdy ...... t ... o o victoria Rre, Socal Drop Rye. M. .
and the Jardlne MaeMae Works. Hoea) HoudOt ... .. M Io s T 1 qattr.
0 R 1 ;oUsova 015 ... lop 960 LEUP ST. LOXUIS D r.' (
loss was also sustaltae by the V. King a No rt.aarOm Corn 5o00 IMI ueSr (. s

mosalA pluo ra 11)6" beer ...............
well Brast Foundry ad the D tts Lat Pa o e to ..... .........
Pfntinm Cmpany. nokw an i 11Raw111e losIes mp S o SUMBA
to $100.000 Most of the property 1l oig o of K t y Borboa. a 7T 5so00 o 0 er.- LpPored... .....
nlasured. .. Amoemest AUowed on Al Goboe of Same ane&nStS.ou..pta ts. ...
The new laative. Do es Prie. Prk by the bblt as aspple.t.
Cotten orowers Oer til, oot gripe or nauseat U. Itlc HANNE BROS
lahe Ctty. ... Nov. W.-Prealni4 C Urs stomach and lver WT.AAs T HANNE BROS., A u.
Haroie Jordan of the Sea Islad Ood t IOble and chraon m. -- -----
to asae tatlon. addrees d aa r by H. E TA O-bir
tae of arw'ra here, when =71 -8 *aa r uy1m te hs n Prelt b y a. TATUM, easier
cinly farn.rs organized with p p IatUialcaHt thotnM- aom. W. Nernl v .o edat Lau Oa.-., Am. Ot"ier
tcrally every farm t reprew ted se c liver and bowels.
rtary Lchell rerts sevan out ad h fr Tby J. W. R & C
fourteen molntlin Ithisr ae NkW _INA

grow W4 Island eottos, ergnalad bd
tbat 'he rematallan eOig tieto l O
ns anld Forda will te orsgaa d
within the next two week

please the ohru ie kickers they will HINow's TMh
fall decidedly short of the mark We offer On Huonded Dollars *-
ward for any eaOe of at ftai eM
The people of Iensaeola have again not be eared by Halls OCatert Co.a
seemed busiaees at the old stand. at- F. J. OBsar A Co.,T sd 0.
ter a desperate strggle with Yellow W'. the uandoenlgned, e a kew P.
Jack and a few daysago a British e*s J Cheely for the slt Iayeen, aAd beo
ea left that port with a eargo or I~,. liev hia perfee ty oymee ab t fis
610 iJee of ottos for H rmen The busmMis tnata aa I nalJ
earge Was vaJ at at).IU) and that able tow ary oat a"y blO as- iM
port will rse again reume her active by his lrm.
eape rbe ime. Thb*e Is bo us try WALDI, KiniA A MAYIII,
ing to Imapde the p m os of a peh.; Wholemb DiUlw, Tld6e, O.
tag basioess emsai- l and the yellow liall's COaa n Ie la s aftm 1..*
pIl has ee sad the reM for a sally .etiS4N,e pea e gI
alase, hisk i m we bee memed with *Ud **-M of -e I.
**** vwsI. We me ss ly wish t a mtTue. s5%o.
ItMo oftt e O N- gV a sgaat ^pelp T..ab, Bef
4W. 110-M I I

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tm cr capital ....... ....... .....$ o0.000 oo
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 80,000oooo

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1, 1905 '

Sprains, Wounds, Old
Sure Cure tmr Oldffim cis-
Sores Corns, Bunions,
Galls. Bruises, Contracted Muscle Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
Frosted Feet, Burs, Scalds, etc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inam-
mation, and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles
natural elasticity.

Mrs. r. rA. mpeon, 500 Crail t., l m-tle
Tenn., writes: have been trying the baths o
Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rhenmatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
Inclosed find postofi order for $1.00. Send me
large bottle by Southern Express."
THR SIZES: 5 c, 50c AND $1.00

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

S. V JO-ECSOT. a&'T. A ee. rlle.

i If You Are Insured.. i

lu a Cgmpany that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the CompaiIy
Pays Losses Promptly %

You Are Assured
That no serious los can overcome you without you have some
refuge. 0

SFire, lie, Acident and Health IIsr e.
None but Reliable Companies Represented.

Information chertfully furnished. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA


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KBappUi I From Various
SSctions of State.

Hiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Ings "Boiled Down" to Suit the
y Reader-Items of Interest to
e Southern Express Company will
a fine office building in Miami.
rion eoonty live stock exhibitors
e State Fair were awarded 79 pri-

e Elks of St. Auguotine will hold
first memorial service on Sunday

e farmers of Hastings are busy
Mring their ground for the coming
S, which will be larger in acreage
n last year.
or the Confederate Veterans' re-
boe at Jacksonville the railroads of
SState will charge one cent a mile
itl way, plus 6 cents.
The Gulf Hammock Hotel, under the
management of Mrs. L. Thoma is
Ping a very good business. Many
lIters are located at that point for
i season.
T'I grocery store of W. C. Syples,
It outside the eity limits of Jackson-
I*, was robbed on Tuesday night,
t thieves using Mr. Syples' delivery
lon to carry of the plunder.
9ome of the earpeners who wens to
Ima from this State send back
d that everything is not as lovely
t might be, and advise their breath.
to not be in any hurry about going
e shh shipping business at Miami
at its height. The several con-
lise have shipped 65,000 tons of
lab mackerel by freight, while
ral thousand barrels were sent by
s. all within the past twenty-
old negro named Bird was killed
switeh engine at Grand Crossing,
it ix mile from Jacksonville,
sy. He was driving eaross the
when the engine atroek his wa-
l e smIahed it into kindling wood.
old man died in afew minute.
people of Miami are getting
I l of the tramps that are to be
about that elty, who are wafted
the new railroad project. As
will be the terminns of the
oote, they will flod themselves
opplied with thi classes for years

Injunction Agalnt RalIroad.
Iaulto. 3ov 30.-Acting on the
States government the federal
et attorney, Mr. Dyer. today Alec
Utoa In the United States circutl
for a InJaonctloi to prevent the
railroad at St. Loias front
an alleged violatlto of the
laws. The allegatUons ar
that the termlaal railroad aisol
I a detroyed trade sad com
an worked naealenlable Intufr
Shipplag latereeta of the Misael
valley, sad Its dsolnutiloB i

New Chlneee Oqmmn.
Nov 0-Tte Shbaaal cer
dent of the Moralng Poet says
lrerped tat Chlna aa decider
to her Pal Tang uaj Nag
Iuadroma to form a third auaa4
will be compoeed of twe
uad a n ber od gnboatl
bmt de~ro ra.
Oty Dirctory Poe Sele.
hias a Iember of woplte of
SOltDi eesry folr ale as The
I. Its a alady referem

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A V tchopeow;tag ML
~e~tmnof t00 &women -
WUII LUt es haAB

A 10 4bw 000 odb e"
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Mot AA I Sluffering
Ewr ExpdenoRed



Remedies Faled
Ceft's Worth
M Oood

"I was troubled with sore hands, so
ore that when I would put them in
water the pain would nearly set me
crazy, the skin would peel off and the
flesh would getbard and break. There
would be blood lowing frm at least
fifty places on each hand. Words could
never tell the suffering I endured for
three years. I tried everything, but
could get no relief. I tried at least
eight different doctors, but none didl
me any good, as my hand were as bad
when Igot through doctoring as when
I began. Ialsotried many remedies,
but none of them ever did me one
cent's worth of good. I was discour-
aged and heart-sore. I would feel so
bad mornings, to think I had to go to
work and stand the pain for ten hours,
I often felt like givingupmy poition.
Before I started to work I would
have to wrap every finger up sep.
arately, so as to try and keep them
soft, and then wear gloves over the
rags to keep the grease from getting
on my work. At night I would have
to wer gloves; in fact, I bad to wear
loves all the time. But thanks to
ticura, that ia all over now.

"After doctoring for three years,
and spending much money, a
box of Cticura Ointment ended ad
my sufferings. It's been two ears
since I aed any, and I don't know
what sore hands are now, and never
lost a day' work while uing Cuti.
curs Ointment."
31o N. Moutgomery St.,Trenton, N.J.


Will Be Held In Atlanta. In 1910-Wit:
Be Large Industrial Fair.
Atlanta. Nov. 3i.-\'i:h h',ut of ap
proval anid chters cf e'nth:sritam and
In the most brilliant AraserablaKe It.al
has b*en ioen In Atlanta for nrany
years, the 1910 expotrtiou has LUt-c
It was during the n ,r s! mee.tlin
of the Atlanta c .amher (of cnnniml rce
which %an held in the ,UntIn rM)m na
the Kimball hoaus About 40t0 g-n
tiemn n were prefwnt. repr. niatlv,r
of the crr am of !th h ttinliics. pe alni
of Atlanta. As teiclr guest their*
were dlstlangilPLted m nr from many
states. Inclildlng lion. Ihvld R Fran
cis. former governor of Misronrl iand
president of thci Ilxxl1tana Ihirchafh
calw:tlonf;, Hun Wl I .lam KE c'amen,
former rgovrnor of Virginia and coi
nmsltoner general of the Jam-etown ex
posit ion, }ifn W\llIam I. Prle-rsow
mayor of ( *.at'anga; Hon I. If
("happell, ma)or of (C,!undmjr. lion
R it l1nionlrt, ed:tor of Th* Manli
factur*rm' He rl: Major ,1 J anron
T K. S"" C A Wtcklrsham J
8. B. To',ni,..mn. (' C Garior ;)rP.l
dent of th. ,itrl(d of trader on Jack.sn
ville. Fla. C W Olson, preside..' .,
the chan;,r r nf commaer c of Chauta
sooga. eTnn and Hon L Parker, pre*
ident of the clamblr of rowmer Tfr l
Birmlngbam. AaI

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am wft Urlo s8d to wttw Wig IS; nIs
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whbn Wp9set of seem&"-C-

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Do gnealt-anktng bwaoam. our a&M ioU Foreign mA iDomeele Ezejbsoure
11P SOCOUD U of bank& bankt n ors. orv*MW*, trrowkn. WronfMIA bd olbers
rocived on L vorshag te k. .qg oefol a "I#"rsorneIbM004 obbn all
eaeeuie elnotma in t e t'tlled SLtes.

Captain Carter Claims He Was of
Great service to County.
Chicago. Nov. 3 .- 0-.!:]in M. Car
ter, former army offt! ;' .lo is no
Sdeftu ling himself a.i>'.' I',lumres ol
dctrau ling the goverrin;;.. 1' oi of mil
lions of dollars, testihl i fI,re Spe
cla L'xamlner Butrstr n ,,,i he ha!
many times saved :, i\,rnnient
thousands of dollar in :,,,in i con
tracts at Savannah.
Carter In htl testlnim\ '. llrou that
In tletlng one contnrai, (;ri 'n and
Gavnor, the form Insli-! 1, lby him
s avel the governMlep' $ 'i Cai''Ie
pro lured evidence pinr;l tinie to siub
Ss'nlitiatle this d laIr t ini
He also deetared *h.a! vte trouble
I.to which he becuS i rt\ 'ild wat
started hy an army office' wi h. he as
terted, ls evTen now s"r! L 'i' Tlp trouble
aniona army ole rs i il't;l:adellphla
Carter declared that ',l-: ninn endeav
ored to force a new ',u r for con
s'ruction upon the e' ,,i iirnmeint, and
that he (Carter) refu.t i' !o pprove It
i |
Stop Sollding of Railorad.
(Columbus. 0(., Nov 1 po~'n peti
tion of Thomas A. 1.l';aIk r of Hiam.
let. N. C.. as adnilmi!lH.!cor. Judge
Ncwman in the Unlir,1 s.>t,., court,l
has granted a tempIo vry Injunction


IIXnoor po rated)
Abetrets of Title and full information furnished rtKanring lands In th~
county. Onr manager has lived in this oountt: thirt) years aJ
is thoroughly oonTersant with land it .


seating a number of prominent American and Engllth nunpantes
i1 i -il ls i -

restraining the Atlai'. lirminlnghai m, 'iBLLeS Tl e
i an.d Atlantic railway f:ii buildingtl Its -.
proipot)ld road acro= .n-il near the'! IbIT
plaintlff's property, In ;he town of fLa
Orange. Ga. The cae,' \ 1:1 he heard
by Judge Newman Ithy '. In Atlaata. H ,
SOther property ownrs In lA(;range,
Swho opposed the bul!hlng of that road
through certain proptry. oUight for re -
tllf In the state oourtl.. h1tr ,id not get S e a JSel
It. The right lf the Aratta. Ilrnming.
Isam and Alantic railroad, to condemn
certain property sear ti, Atlanta and a IMland Cotton w1
West Point depot In La<;range was Le"t.het
questioned by the Atlanta and West
Point. but waen le ase* wais carried ManuRfacturers o the
to the Georgia supreme court recently
It was deeded IS favor of the Atlanta, La Island Cotton
Birmingham ata Atlai.:t rallroad. GAIN SVILLE,

Stabbed i mrade in Fun.
savannah.' a., Nov P'9 --While rred G S M E R
81iter and Malloolh Itaton, two hil G S M E R
school boys. were staning In line at Retl
that atltntuio, later being behind
Hutton, Slater was suddenly sealed
with an IrreltUble impulse to stick a
knife be was holdlag in his hand Into
the back of RHttom. As Slater ex
pressed It.. he wantedd to see hb itnt. SiardI
jump." Slater's aIfre was gratl*ed
but now be is the most mierable boy OUTH 81DE SQUARK.
In Savannah, for It I said that t et Highese market priee pel
too may die of tae wouad laiolted
The knife blade entered lttl above t A Oomplete stok of Hay Ol r
kidneys. Doctor%. attending Iluttoc and Ii. W li O cal
say they do not krnw what the rmemli gf gj p jI ali
1 n,

Will UD. iTm inir ive young Oisae
has not ben arre 4.
Seaboard Parlor Cars.
The e1boerd Air Line operated ,litf.
fet prior ears ll.* en Wsldo and
Tarmpa es trale I having Waldo that
onseet wisb tlhe roraing train front

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flwed ad pislitt, all gth and sis*.
Iguarsnted nItioteet li ol eet or.
deo. When poo are is wolf SFl OVE
WOOD pleae give me I sell. Evry
flellity fol sawing. splitting aad de.
IIvering wood promptly.
Proprietor Wood Ylrrd, (owaer I'ali
nreity sIad MIoaoe StreetI. (Uiae.
Ville., Floids.

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a.d. Cotton.

1, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
in i t riln or 1Side.

.1alles Doig Improved English
, inu. and Supplies for Bae.

lleos ad Jobbetsn t

Fancy Grocries,

,i Send 4 Fto d iF n
d for Cheltone. Egs sad other Prnd e.

i. Oar, Fplour. Bria. lMas OIs, dll Msld
the VERY B ST po M at t LOW.
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Rovel& the News andI hIEx governing
"tudiesunderlying 'au*- f t Market
Reviews, analyzo and ci iticimwm Railrod
and InInstrial r*4pnrt 4.
Has oomplVe tabtA.'s of Earoingp of
Qtuots active m.1 I netiv' Sttx 8aki4 and
SRelordii the Ijmtt -l.. (,o Bonds and the
yield on InvE',etm.'4t4 iat the prime
Anwer, withaivi ltcarge, Inqlillries cDII
cernIng ID vfttILm,-ntP.
One wbe d"11 n"mnle TM WALL MItKt
MeSAL is bvier qe**M W &m. mDewy
ad* md prllabl and te o t84 c1est 1oeeg
w eeke 0u6e abe .dee Doi*

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MISSIONARY 0AW L tDon't m Tao to marry yo aftr
n:ow the smee. ofe AVles' a mute dark whop she b dressed t to kill.
Osimaaly I Ians ... Call o b ad when you leave Mad-
stretching for oil* aloog the east- glove on the pl |
S ut border of q, pletareue and BRtr for It the next morap at 9
,: to pt L u rMtionry ralned oclck, If iN oomes to the do witth
Mow well dot 'me Is known from e abdm and ae slipper ea. bar ha Effective May 9 .
the hemalocks Of Maine to the flowers nosr W 1 t don p In p l paper dressd n m p an
of Florida, Mad yet bow d(ierent from Its vitsaied Ul.toaal J d Pep M M i Bbbtrd, oar dvr e is to Vestiale TralMs East 5e. s 4 No l0 NIrth sd Wet. Ne. 18
Its nAW anr the aselates one gives ar t '.to the woods. But i sbe appears e...8. 9 10a 7 6p LL Jo i .... o. y.
In Bingn C f t p t a st be s, har de up 1Lv lsasounvilla.. So. kasBY 9t10 7 6pls JasowsoavilkB, Fla ...o. K"y. 7 4,o
It when It Is pronounced In history Cheeks of thPle at ow. to t M da. p o. 11 p LT Jeup, .......... ty. l 3)p
It Is Im as belug the scene of one Ia Produai ne to Wer 1.0 and a rose In the top of her bair, grab L lt ...a .o. 1 14 10 0p Lv J.eup. i. ...........o. hy. lu )
the Feeble &M the nv&M yIk(M .) I 21)p, 12 .a. A.M am ............Bo. .y. 8
of the S 1test conflict of the civil war, In Thoning a Ute uopa mon v l I M olUe (Mo.) arolmabs o. By 6Up O00) Ar Atn% s ,t J...... ..S ..ao.* 5 20.
_n 478nM of Comvm& AZ ...... So. 6p SOD& Alla so, ..... ...So.y. 5
i t. o the people who know the origin nt fr W ltlt _____ Ar O rlos e .....So. Ry 10 Isp 6 M ir oeme, A............ o. By. .30
Se name It s a monument to the in Nour~-h rp Ar Oreem boru....o. Ry 1185 12 6H r DIlton, Ga.......... 7R. 5a
S -memory of a band of devoted, self sac- hIn Roundt Othr ~ la k Waal Wt.t '* Ar Danille ... .8 Ry 2W s 281 1AS Ar ObtUSoo, Te ... .o. y. 4
ceftg C('hristlan men who, braving IBUa on The people who'win their way Into r '. S. B 6 4 Ar Lexlaston, Jy ......Q. & 5 20p
Of hardships of emigration not for the the De lr Male lamet teces of oth___ bomb A__ r1i4inaS, 0 .... &0. 74p
tin Do Ue thegr a t __ te meet ,btIkt a rO r.dr tJ _ .
r of gain, but to help theltir owor fl ~lae t mte ot Ar L"yhborg .... Ri O4 2P......B o
i a built the Brainard mi on on the HaBrt 4 i ft but thos who have p thy Ar Waahtigton....80. By 960s 9 50p Art ibDao. .... .... i our 7 1(o
the DIIIIIOC the tJ. lostypethat W or... V. R. 1 1p 0 r i...o...I n -ig Fu 7p
lc turesque heights known by the name a Ag dmU an em patleme, elf f tfuls Mt Ar Blimor. ... P. R. R. 11 )a 1125p Lv OsouaIl 0......Ps Lines 8 3
of Misaeonary ridge. sease S l ble fact ty of elctin the bet- Ar W. P'delia P. R 1 4p 2 B Ar hicago, 11 ........Pa Line 7 1,O
; It was In 1817 that the Rev. Cyrus Te prov Its Madls M mi a r at of otbers.--Woman' UAf. Ar New York ... P. R. R. 4 18p 680 Lv Or ienat, U..... i. & D 8 5p
ingsbury, Aluaworth F. Blunt and Trial Bottle Free Mal Flord Ar IIL......... Monon 7 2
the Rev. John Val first viewed the site ll be at on reuert. Wrt y lett A u s t ateme" No. 34-"New York and o Lv Oinn O.....0. H, & 9 4p
of their mission. They wene m aeet e or pot out toMore r rved itn its wo tbo ara Ar Toledo 0. ......0. H. H D. 95 4
by the American board of csmmilaon- .matw C 2nPW MU most epitaphs Is one In Derbyshire or ad Jaon ArDorolt, Ma b.......... P.. M.
oer for foreign mlsilos, and the same Ab Druggatre-Twe ch aord, which, after givni purtl to F id ti O......Ps Line H aOp
S board had provided for the erection of iars of birth and\death, concludes, No. -"W6 ,h ingDto and Ar Pitsbor, iPs.......Ps Lines 5 55
a mission, Including sdaooj building THE UMSSULMAN "'Twu mid be was an honest man." Lied." Daily Pullman Drawing
Sa ilion, inctdlng Mote buildings *Twa b t n BRoom Sleeping Car Jacksonville to LOelnas 0 ...... Big Four9 34p
tad a*bome for the mIalol tes. But New York. AOleeland, O.......Big For 6 4
the contractors failed t tbeir contract, Kij Dowvote Is laten said a te gUoulpmw. L Leaingon, Ky.......8o. Ry. 5 3Rp
and the mnilsionarlts were left without Pr* f ia elle s They who have never Tr T L f the Sky" o*. Ar Loolville, Ky.......8o. Ry. S 1p
S money and without even shelter. But A trailer In Africa writes: "'Il Is s t anbly be IdM to be Bafappy. Ar St. Lools. Mo Ry 7 3 2
by asete efforts they created a mls a land of rego. Te Maauls It Is ti Wem e orjoy we Lrk ille, Fla ... So. y 75p Ar ion,. Ala ..... o. y. '9
o c and blt a mill o the deIen, R a have tst that the arrows of alti Lv daanab, Ga..... .S. Ry 12 16 Ar Birmnlm, Ala....o . 114a
le ol and built a mill o the devotion is intense, ever present i ArOoluBba, .( g..... ArMem, Ala ...... Fricoy. 11 i
beaks of Chickamauga creek. The mill .!t pi raa arn poltal.-3ik alsola. At 0o lom b, 8. C... So. NYa eoS|
aenks of Chhckamaugt creek The mill all pervading, being not an accessory Ar__l_____e,.___......__R_____ Memphis, TenM ..... Frisco 9 ,k
ne bilearly a mile long, is stll visible. tacked o, u It were, to his life to _be 'SS 'Ar Aslev nll, N. C ... So. Ry I p p ArKasTennss.....Fr....ic p
TIr mhlul was perched by Pbllamon practled more or lss surreptitiously, MASTER'S SALE. Ar Knoxvlle, TeD . 80. y 8 00p M is, Tn ....
O rd in 1852. lie tore down the small but an essential park wberlth and Ar Loo il ot rin, Ark....... .o9
S tructureaud built what as now known whereln he lve at all times. A Ms Under and by virtore of a deeree o Art. Loui........... o R 4 5p No. 18--"The Florida Limited
On May 27,1819, the president of the ulman prays openly and publicly, foreelor of mortgage made and ran. Ar Oineinst ..... Q & 8 16 Daily. Solid vetibole train, throu
On May 27 9,athe prudent o e nowise afraid to be seen. Every man dered M the 81st da of Mao, A. D. day coaches and Pullman Sleepinr
United states. James Monroe, app ed str t 190. by odge of the Eighth Jod. No. 8-Daily Pullman Drawing Oar Jacksonville to Cincinnati
at the doorof the mission unan ned. wears h stern of beads whero he llof lord, d for Room betweenoll in Roo
records the number of his daily prali Ci l of Florida, in and oNo. 19-Pullman Drawing Room
He was accompaed by eral erds th n br o his d Alhu s ont, in a certain ohan. Jaeksonvlle and Oincinn i. Sleeping Oar between Jacksonr; Il
Gaines. Althopgh surprised by his vi* m. Notwlthtandng Its, to us, un ery suit therein pending wherein Birmingham, Memphis, Kanesa (':"t
It. the missionaries were rldy to re- inviting appearance, the religion ha Oarrie Willioms and J. A. Williama Excellent Diiang Car Service. and Colorado Springs.
-'celve him, and be complimented them made and still ts making grgt strides her husband, are complainants. ad
on their work and in glowing term In Africa, and one can only attribute J. J. Bartoo oad 8. F. Barton, his ARRIVALS AT JACtBONVILLE.
praise te beautiful location of th this to the fact that er at last is a wife, a defendants, a Special From New York, Washigo, e-No. 29, Wshingon nd Florid
mission. The Brainrd mission was religion of which Its adherents are In poted for the From New York, Washington et.-No. 29,"Washington and Flor .,
Ied until th BrIndianr left. It dio an no way ashamed. It offers to the porpoes, will sell at public auction for ied :00 m
Iash to the highest bidder Io tbhe O1ty From New York, Wahingtoo, eto.-No. 88, "Washington and Florida I x.
SImmense amount of lood, and at one faithful absolute assurance of lirva. of (knesville, before the oort house pres," 8:20 p. m.
time there were more than 5OO Indian tlon and engenders that blinr, unblas- door o ld eoonty, on Monday, the From Olinnati. Asheville, eto.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida I.i:n
children being taught beneath its roof. tating faith therein which Is so com- 4th di) of December, A. D 100, beo a einn Atlant. te-No.14. "Fla. .iid
The Lonl'r supper was otierved for fbrting to the native mind. tween the legal hours of sale, bth fol. m Ohe, Cinein-nti. Atlnt. et.--No. "Fla. Lmited,"9:3 a
the last time on Au. 1, 188. "Beeing a crowd of pilgrims bound for lowiag tracts of land lying and being J. C. LU I4, District Pasealgr Agent, 108 W. Bay St., JaeksvUlle, Fla.
In the old minlalo cemetery east of Mecca patiently-nay, with pleasure- in the said county of Alahoa and 8. H. HAnDWICK, P. T M. W. H. TATLO.G.P. A. BAoos e MoseAy. A. 0. P. A.
R the ridge, overgrowh with weeds art enduring the worst treatment that one 18ate ofAPorida nand deoribedl a flo
forgotten by almost everybody, i. a could Imagine meted out to herdsof on mp lof the South half of Leetlon f1ida East Ct
Little monument on which are the fol. driven slaves, one envies the ezces 82, Township 9 8ooth, Range 20 East.
l owing words; of faith that can engender such a dis- Ieorded on page 208 of Deed Book
"Here lie the remnains of Bamuel poaltlon. Though robbed, slain, star-v "K" in the ooee of the Olerk of the
Worcester, D. D., pastor of the Taber- ed, herded with pestilence and sub- OCreolt Ooort of Alachoa county, FPor
nacle church, Sailem Maa., first secre. ejected to countless hardships and an- li, a bdInnl ae a of s \ Tfm C.rd No. a2. COrTected t o '
tary of the American board of commis- noyances, yet year after year they W o e t tco o id Leo 11Ti do. Cofne Ic U oe t .
s oners for foreign minaions. Horn come from far and neat thousands and Lot 12 and rnai eNorthns 2M ftO D
170; died Juue 7, 1821."-(t'attanooga tels of thousands strong on this the th fe t then s feet to be.&th SOUTH__UND-READ DOW.
S Times. __most wonderful and far reaching of lat. 2IB eet. No. s .4o. se ITATIONs
-ter day pllgrlmage. Alo a lot begiinng at a stake 000 DaiIy DiyI, A ..'. i,
The Vimle'se Ltle1 Jeku. "At Jedda one sees pilgrims from feet West of the Northeast corner of -,, 9 4- l A.I; -----Ti. *~. -. .
A Frwnchmian who lived many years all corners of the globe--Dutch sub. said Lot 12ad rnnaing West 140 feet, .: iS t .. ......... ........ J~.Iiin..........
In 'es tells how the Moroccans enjoy jects from Java. (hlnese from Peking, theone South 78% feet. thence Eat 140 "................t. Ai ...............
FreI.0. :oft............. EfPIImct .............
a joke at the expense of Europeitu. shiploads from India anud Farther In-. feet, theaneJ orth 784 feet to begin. i l : '..... .. -.t IF'ait, .... .,
An ultllmtutu had on one occa (lo dia. ituplntn Isubjects from all parts, Alo a lot blinninllgN feet West of -7 i' 1- 1. A-- ............ P?*l. i .t.........
been sentto the governor demandlig a of the grut empire. French subjects the Southea t corner of id 1 ; ...... .. ..... .
o letter of apology. No letter cani. and from Algiers. from Morocco, and dusky and running thenee North 815 feet. C 2 1, 0 ( it L ................ San U ..... ........
the French clhtarge i iffutlrl went to newgrr who have tramped for months thence Weet 140 feet, thence Booth 8156 -.. . .. .... ......., ............ ., :
Sbhe vaiser, .l-FredIdln-(larrt, to ii' from the wsteru shores of Africa. feet, thenee East 140 feet to beginning. s I 1 17 ............. .....u.. ................
ounce his departure. "lIo not (o>" Through nanny lands aund midst many Together with all and singular the..
S cried the visler. "You are our friend. I .. toue they ele, all to meet at this lenements, hereditaments and appor. I ............. .... .t .. ..... J ,
The letter ouily :ri.cds the sultanu' m.lI. thro,,.rl (~enti.r of the maelstrom of teances so sid traets belonging or ; .r :.. ... .......... .
It will ie redIly toniorrow." It wa, i Mussln fath." I lan to be pold to salfti slid C 5t 4 '................ ............ .
not ready on the next day or the next, o s A .o ".. ......... o,' r, Cay............. i.
a.l on the third day the charge 'f tf ORREK ATHLETES. HoRAo DAvis. ^ ..... ---Va a .a... ........... 9 s
fa_ -- after refusing all refreahnwnit. special Maser. ........ ...Ota UIII..........'. ,' J .4.. .
lared that he .was ,ig T T ,.,, -. - r e ..-... ...... e st lril-....p ...A...... .. Is H
ult drew the letter from bl r ltn in tt fe ra of the ancient h ... I -
SwalM. It as ben rea dy f or re ks." says a writer. "the shape of \ j l p ......Oica ..... i i 2
... ..ur auger 011.1. .r......... UI 5-- I 2
-r, d for augr." slu iIt was not circular, but long and ,m" v5 aL rp *i e..... 11- 4 ii. ,: .
, Boarding d "'
narr,.w, with one or both edsa sem-lrr- -Ai n d . ,Jr .. ia
S"Th Srie klart the authrV1. lulr. C',se'qruntly the runners had g r e .
to tL( a sr ts ;t at the end ofect .Ee.. ... .. ** a I a' r
uCu. Scott (B'onnot. plains what Vh t Ink. whI, l etrpt at ttw the Da School each - S... ... a
va oU r elkn. t o tlrfuuUtloo f l rir- n.,ilg a .tralght vldently t ....a t ..u ..... s 1" 2
t. ana. ur inkan. la to the faithful th tn lr l mnich practIce, fror th NO te Wes Mala Sl.. 8.. 5 -* --....weVst .ll-r ...... * I '
Ad ne wht i tura. on tt. >old vasl abow athletes dAINSV.I U - LORIDA n" i. r ............ o .'
Ad (b nelka what hi prtitg II ne part of th e a .. .... Deiry.. '
tletle .a kind of drill, taking each movement Sit 8I t l a 1 .......... I D .----.. Si a,
a et'?t Tb everyday Uiddhist. in man tl 8 1 9 50 S Ht B "*------48*^ 1 aI a t i ie S

"In earl) thiui. when all the unn-ersI I l am
Rucurr~~~~~~~ eM 181t 11UU l~ll YU ~t 5 Miam L S l~' ly-,-Y m
the suiaejict. and fisr the. rest. for mis tune rtops te t-. L9
*ial hi's of iaredlu.. I tit) not r glroe rouIortilultlme pUs, ttr foulplay,_and____________________
member t1 IJMVP 4`0111 Ulki411 an thk ,i tolt of ou foulpl ,
ier then this: "Wrhaeit' Ii,,' liere sri stun., of ouc cepetio tP.
t aping other at the Iwmst a setaing hfm -
aU oreot torula.i and surs. aIwIl a na.I by the hair to lorrit-dnt his wIsa.W7 1S
Ing lotac. whee like slilrlt mity P64-4-ur Put wy Ith shbwtter diatcamat 1 s A. Mo n.
allWls errrs ilouhts and feeas iuais a_.I-; r
ly en'jn the O hillaturba-tt Ik&4St-"r u tc Ofter the b trf1
lid post to tur nmtp E tnroablck4:
trutb tbo onmerNUl. sail probabf t GaInesvill Circulating Daft
iwth smte anow wayeas IN ran now
ITe -semoaro ." I.2 A llda r. seatMW -_--(I. kT- TO 1uj II .:
IIat Ia( Virry GW1a1% on l 1; to pr-int r."o k'rW the start elebaot ..,Isba 12.Ili P
F~IJ a roCCvParlauo a" nio de, an cd at Ulra so149 111101
Is askto 1w b.acqft (n3us It&*. j..1, chi the stmw Way sam stll to bek are oww, t LaII 5ff-,hiwas. 11110 -ea

an na soleslls ,v .h'jIu.rh olt.,
it j1, 1 %1, u"Tq-Nry is-nc 4 1.'.. It that hee to be tw d lit staitILI US. I 7AL 1119 1111 Y11111111till. Oft m Ie:-'r" AT Ill'
has hkjlt A "balmamarW' isa a 10, r3.L.i -oiwk b"S dkitit" Men ranto I par we" &r-1
who p1itildt~ fich out11SAIAe the regular Mos &W q Q o td s t ol of the p Mm st Joe %be W o fe ft tamum a" s be be -t f d R W e vft fO P ~ .
Set Olar? &rt Naturally sua i 1 'Ut Da I t am ath 1q ebe appa slo ae m wo m b lebW tsewbd o I L L
was w dioi.rar with the dmi ctr-u c v4 a rmabiU e ameUnat Of u rn'111
avTheat 4 nr k 71 "4 114Wd t e SIM kme stemP roof HAVANA AND KEY W EST.
awe urcri aevnufto cbft(be-it it I ww on to the time, Thu fth' w So
inellitgt vortf wres, bewr in armor,. Virnt higl rue & m* 0
arimeabbr sgnldarenwe of lie to..,.4y m'a-eral '1 th (drw write* es W Florida I e smq mie 1
IwudaJIII saL r b Zf t Fruit and Track grower
mor rern ~ ahig- ches Of~ Os A b 3i u~3 'ei vpr
limo.ir many tlinw& h yIsr hust'- :0' at KMtrkw&" *cLAo rLA,
N4.11 Moto tbe knalir -f Too* fa Tom. A W5
-I 'to Wc. I dueta n btl b.-a tr If OSY iIs Ceitweg Tis 3o te.....- FL.A -. '
1auu ecnlt Oi Mal to It that 1W' I.- K seM so d" am "A R e slo.b....... 10 IL -S UAOL A t ,A ST. AMWIP TUL F
a t to UWS W 010tL~ VV PIW I tIn" it-n~ I~ ni VW% Whales 'li ivl-AMMMU e
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|POeN Wr Oum That Commemerat-
the rflUht *late erre-TwelftI
and Plow Moeay Celekra.

hu had her miracle plays
very early time, and many of
Intended to Impress Scriptural
on the minds of the Ignorant
were no doubt absurd and
t*euoagh to our modern Ideas,
of them, one thinks, can have
In grosnes the Festival of
whkt- was instituted by the
Tbeophylact of Constantiuo-
commemoratlon of the light into
year on Jan. 14 an ass, on
a beautiful girl with a baby in
arms wau seat after having
led In solemn pil.etsalon through
t, was taken into the church and
iear the high lptar while the,
was performed; but instead of
the usual responses the people


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TRAALGAR. 3 lloliW oA.IaD
The SwIttesw of Aestem of ThUs ooat
IAV sttleU*. R. DaVERB B. .MO1:IS.
The world will see odier sea Afghb
but never one like this, so cloae, so NT ST
swift and with so much it It of the
personal element And what may be
called the pace of'the battle. tie swift- ne
UttI6 witLh lhuch kiltudet (oll',wsa iloi- e oTer Ma5 blai 1'h.Pne :9 3 r
dealt. is almost without a parallel in
the history of war. The tirst gun was 3 A. CARLISLE,
fired at 12:13; at 12':. or only seven ATTORM EY AT LAW
mluuttes after, the 'ren'lrh gu111s opened
ou him.' olliiugxvo.d, with the British And "Sollor in mEuity
Wphlps unea:cst to him., ".' through the
euiuxy's liuhe. Real Estate, Ooewyancing and Gem.
Onay (o:.e hrief mlintr Ihter. ur at oral Practie. All business promptly
12l by thli lg of t E :Ivy.atlu,.. Nel. attended so. d0se next door to Sun
soui i.4 iu t;e i>ght. ua.I i. ,o,.aring his OflcO. ( u1an t I FLORI. A
urit tiat: ,J;,il .I i tl:Alih ii;,1 liti stern
of Vlleter's i.i'. .i-i. t1\\'i iii:itt% FERDINAND BAYER,
later tlie Fire; >ii l ,.aiii !h t ,ii;niat A NTTORNEY AT LAW.
lwegiu to ,';ali. At.1':!, ,,r i y '\'v
milutes :a:' ir th i!rs: :. :.i a Irl. OGAINIIVILL., FLOIID&.
Blackwoo.! 1'-'|H "-0: %.- or .ii: rr,:tr
of touvilly's Ime to tb e r i I',--plc in Si n ujall your Sill property, (ia.
a.ti(o." The f.t of i t.... (i, is ,'- proved Mad lt rved), phosphae,
tically iettl e. Al itI'i .. r t, truelkilng andft4 l lands. $ead him
enemy's rhlp, IIhav s- tr'. .:;* ,." ra list of what yo er for sale. 216a2
inonmeuts run on. :;iil d i t. --
great igbht ketra tltune \\.ii :Hi '1i I T R RAER.

rayed as loudly as they could. A advantage is not all ion ui .
SIn praise of the ass was also At :3t, for e.xaimpli. ,-,i .. tuith ,
the congregation joining as loud- hour Io- the ianit win :* ,
They could in the bee haw chorus. of manjettic pride, the ltoN.Il ,. .. I
hymn is written in a strange mix- I llovetl into the zone of the .: 1
o'French and mediaeval Latin ire. she lits a maatle. .4 l Iid l;.-
consists of nine verses and a cho- ulk. She has done her w irk, I ,;i.
It has been translated, and we has paid a terrible pri.e f.o it. 'Ti.rv
e three of the verses so as to give I at thlt i. .ent a flutr .1 ti t o, .,
e Idea of Its absurdity: the mastbad of the Vkc:.ry. for .s,-.
Dm the country ot the cat son has a great captain's w;tcif;il
me this strong and han s able ass, beyond compare,
svy loads and packs to bear. -- c)ine down with every liach of c A,-
ow. seignlor ass, a noble bruy; vas set. groping her way through the
by beauteous mouth at large display. jmoke. to take the battered hull of the

Abundant food our haylofts yield,
Lad oats abundant load the field.
Hee hawt Hee haw! Hee bawl
ue It is his pace is slow
I he feel* the qukkentAd blow,
1 he feels the urging goad
I his binder part bestowed.
Iow, selsnior ass. etc.
It your belly full of grain.
ay, moot honored ass, amenl
uy out loudly, bray again;
)ver mind the old amen;
Iut oeasin bray again.
An! Amen! Amen! Amcn!
Shawl Hee haw! Hee haw!
due observance of many of the
monies was often made the oc.
if not for what could, strictly
kn, be called a pageant, yet at
tfor a festive gathering of the
neighborbood. The first known
of the Dunmow flitch of bacon
to two people who would make
that they bad been married a
and a day and bad never repented
cboice, never had a quarrel and,
to be married again, would
the same person, appears In
Ueer, where it i spoken of in the
gSue to the "Wife of Bath'a Tale"
an already well known lastitu-
are many other old Englih
anes lpartaking of the nature of
of rude. rustic pageant, which
the decay of farming seem to be
dying out. Such are the Twelfth
celebrations of Hlerefordshire.
terabire and the eastem coun-
the Festlval of 'Pow Monday
was formerly held the first day
wing was to recommence after
mas bolklays.
Monday was always the frat
y after Twelfth day and is a
ancient fetlval. Before the ref.
tio the plowmen oeed to go
boae toe hoo" collecting money
candles to burn before cer-
the state In the cbnrcbes with
Sto obtaInlng a blessing on their
The reformatloan we are told.
the lights, but could not e-
the f1tlval. The plowmen
put oo their clean whito ablrt
ltlr Jackets and bedlted them
and their plows with rtbbas,.
had formerly doe. but now,
M buying plow llghts. as they
gaIled, they purchased beer ad
Sthe day In rotous eosvlvIlaty
rubolu husew.
rlb irl an. who say that
himself blown (be born at
ao thbe rustle celebratkns, tells
thee thbr plow in decorated and
awen the thrahrm, the rea-
thte eaters gathered from
a hamlet romnd. attrlnd edtlr i
aoM-k froca eIr ti gInllqe
@u about to the varteis bno.
b ra.lty staging and danctai ad
.tng to shake to a --
sb rtne e hes. wrto It -sl
by a Ma called m. d. -
Wt11 I111 h1ngh"o am petl
M a1rta's Mapsee.

said the YEouS e.
i owol ow

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he pa his ae p ?u rr
SmC3 to L h
o 0
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Royal Sovereign In tow. so that hler
broadsides-the mighty bhip can still
fight, thonghbhe cannot sall--t*ar ulHo)l
the enemy's ships within her reach.
This Is not a battle spread through
days. It Is compresed almost into
minutes. The first shot was fired at
12:15; before 3 o'clock lag after flag aI
going down; a great fleet is crumbling
Into ruin. By 5:30 o'clock all Is over.-
Cornhlll Magazine.


Never use a fork when taking a piece
ef bread.
Avoid sing a spoon for anything
that is not liquid.
Pastry roold be eaten with a fork;
also ee cream where the proper forks
are served.
It is permlasible to eat celery, corn,
asparagus, water crest and undresed
salad with the fingers.
Olives a oold be Ufted from the dish
with the olive fork or spoon, but abould
be eaten from the ingers.
Lemon is often served with flab and
pancakes. Th leon sbould be taken
tn the fingers and squessed upon the
It cut sugar ia served and there are
no sugar tongs In the bowl lift the
pieces out as delicately aI possible
with the tipe of the lnger.-New York
CeompsIte Fresmo Weaute.
The want of a composite pronoun to
express both "'t" and "she." and. what
oi sometimes more Important. to ex-
prs neither be ar re. must have
embarrassed every e at eome time or
another. There are nnramnmat
ways of bhelving the dlkeulty, uchb a4
for lIatance. by trunlatIng the con
veileat French "on" as "they," wbn
we really mean one person who may
be either nimasutne or femnolne. The
Jack of a portmantesu word to exprea
both sexe without speefytng eIthe
did not however. trouble the new mali
who approarbed her mieto wh the
tintlous remark, t"teaw'm. a friend
dC mine has called-and may I ak It
to tetr-ILAnd-on Cbhrorle.
A P F lett hl r embs,.
Po a century p ratprobbly b kgr.
te rule of t Me t printer and pub-
Im. he beln l srbno waeds In the
are eaintrtlon are separated by
eeasn Two example wil WiU
trate th rule.
"Jea.Jame sand Thomas heae coma."
As as puentoated the th t ame Is
ventve, the seand and third mn s-
tIe. Two perm bhavee ew.
"Jea, Ja"me. and Thoes hbe Tomew."
And War the tree sn s ar all
assm"OTM e --wns. bave ow.
T mer asmain- amn be tndmated
Snim ea ony by a ftootow Itew
Teh TomB

l A ^06w 5 eu O pes i os&
T bhe hd a the be- was ptag
INr1 t assbe reada W W St i na* st

"M was iw as" 0g eo mpgS
dw a -l 10 1 0M sop

"am I.S Itu'
Andd o drew Si e s *
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OMCe ia JObfr JA w lFx hande

JOIN MNUWR lm ropritor.
9101l W. B a t. Ick S.oVUe. n1s
Falst br. st1" and d raght. Dor's
ftll to eawl e- smhen In Jacksonvlle

Alsubas onaty is 806,400 aores in
aes, hbas 2 miles railroad 900
min le a ro d, A. poemlso *,
13 pobr hool, n phosphapb
plMalo, 0 millk. $78,000 w nrt
boew, I" *rwsppers., and pro.
deo earn, eataso, rle, oegar,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapple, 9pr
enael, peahep, peon, ploms. P.
anm, M d all klou4 of vegetable.

6inukillI the County Seatill
HIs forten ehauqh, two pobli
sheels, the tUlrvely of Florida,
prit beaols. three mewsapere
*Usld Aeft lad o" 6. bes bt
waler, In alarm syst Istri
aM w11C. two we fhatorsee,
=Bd ooll Ob. tbm VOWn ftO.,
rise, ""it gi. twno -e ehto~If,
thr MIallemds. to fertlli clr Na.
ofaftora oo mpeaole, o Ib
maufe lort, one nr"tlylt tar
peastlo pltos, to beaks, a wUl
stoeMd sta. t bMiAsel ry.
thisns I s.%be P m*;elIwolu
tSh ee to omwi 1tl 11-


Makes a Spelcilty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fuey


Job Printing
. F o r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blasks on S t NloUce.

The oestrw gageseeamo ow e
m s e s". -- I. ra.

I K. VI a.i
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DBar ft< d" **w* 04
ss to 1me *0

Spomps ensastss Tesen
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Air C)ine al. Rw
Air Line Railway

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richpiond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Linne Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleam

For full Information and sleeper rerrvatioup call ont sy ftagerni aboard Oa
write A. O. MACHIWNEI,, C. B\'l.STON. Ja.,
Ant. General Paseltor Agent, Pasuclner Aput,


Jacksonville tnd NOw York,
Calling at CHARLESTO(N, t. 0., both ways.
The Ftiset 8tetumim i the0 cstwi 8eWrvl
The Clyde hew England and Iouthern Lines
Diret Bervt Between JACKSONVILLA, BOSTON and
PRH(IDENOE and All KMaer Points,
Calling at Oharlesto both ways.
Bouthboud.......................i... From Lewd Wharf, Btoa
Nortbound.................. From Foot of Cathele It.. JMkatvillo

Clyde St. Johns River Llr
oppnl as Patlata. Asor sI. FraMeis, kresford (DeLaad).and IanermedMlM
Landiag oN St. Joha River; oummeaeleg Wedaneday, November 181900,
Are appolted to si as follows l.ave Jaeksotuvlle daily *eanps slate
days. as I10 p.m. Resurling. leave aourord, daily eseepsI Sedls, at la. m.

Levnes l p ...... .. .... J.. ..... .... ...Ar.i. O..
*:4 pm ........ ... al. ka .......... .. ..... A 1 00p
Ito oa m.. ..... A.Ao r ..... ........ .... al) p
i80m M ......... .. .. ....... .... ... 8.000m
..D ..efo4.. o Lad) ..... . 00 pe
Arrive I ....... .. .. ........... .. . DM
10.00 am 0. .... I. t rs.T .... aMiay
ow,. rawA.l mt' Sea Pemr h. 3WT We

Oe ,ral MNeaeri. G6-f,,raln AomsT

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

1I vI A* 117 ft v
ILJLW weio V t
Do11 D U t eeh r_ _a We_ __
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Rapid Tramsit and U'ntirpsawd Berice
Time Ttable tos ff*I April 1. U100.

Ip Nih Ipn ad lAeW. I $do
Diy__ ____ ;^ >* poIn_ PX{Jy
IUJlIp OMJI la.wumrdua tMa. PrepM
bftlly !er

a dorm
DOT Wornh. Lan WosamW"
lD46pm NghI U10 OW Wiaerass. beamft. 5mt
hfp top Atlast* all Paints Prth, Urs Woo
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Wht HM Happened and What is Going
t oMappen Told In Short Paragraph
o That "He Who Runs May Read"
it I IThe Sun.
Caso jule for sale. J. N. Bone.
S Bn Indostrial Edition 10 sent a
o', py.
Ledlas'ealling oards in latest styles
at Bon office.
S Attorney J. M. Rlvreft yesterday
for Oaals on offelal beelaes.
Order your Christmas f nrit akes
ow. Keystone Bakery. dtf
Dr. W. H. Sibley le frequently called
to Waldo on professional beineea.
Dr. J. F. Rff of Newberry was
among the visitors to this eity yester-
Obas. M. Dell of Hague was amoog
Shose who paid Gainesville a visit yes-
Mr. sad Mrs. Thomas Hodgaon of
Willlltonare In the elty, guests of
1. F. Swindell, a pr nen oltlisen
S of 0ampville, wastradMIrln the city
e yesterday.
0.0. Obltty spent yesterday with
S hib parents, Mr. aod Mrs. E. 0. Ohitty,
at Misanopy.
Mrs. W. L. Poulnot has returned
from Tampa, where she spent a few
days delightfully with friends
For Rent-Eight-room house near
S square; hot and oold water bath and
toilet in house. Marcoe Endel.
Furnished room to rent on blook ad.
Joining square. Oentleman tenant
S preferred. Apply at Sa office.
Turpentine leases for sale a this of.
iee, 60 per dosen, 8 per hundred.
Cash must accompany order. dawst
W. B. Phifer arrived In the elty yes*
terday from Abbots, where he has
boea looking after his naval stores In.
T. H Oato and M. Forman, two well
S known eitlaens of Alahoa, were
among the business visitors to this lity
Friends of Col. E. O. F. Sanehes are
glad to see him out again, after an In.
S disposition which has onnflned him to
Sbl room for some time.
Captain A. Paul has returned from a
trip to points in West Florida in hi of-
ofial capacity as special agent of the
general United States land office.
November, the Blue Ribbon month.
Sales of Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va-
nllla Extraets il Novemtbr broke all
previous bil records. The reason?
'Beat Ever Made."
Joseph Morford of Port Oreage. Vo-
lusis eounti, was in the eity for a day
or two this week. He was en route
home from Iowa, where he has bern
for the past few months.
Kenimarber the Earnes Worker,'
baisar at the opera house Friday, be.
glnning at 6 u'oloCk p. m. Fund to be
used I, payment of flnal debt on the
moans. Everyoo welcome.
Rev. 8 H, Rolger of the First Bap-
tist Church will fll ani appointment at
Fairbauks Sunday aftermooa at 8
o'eloek. Mr Rogre is a foreeful
speaker and nrver fails to draw a good
Work I primgresingl tiely on the
vitrifld brick pavrment arooad the
Porter block. E:as Main and East Lib-
erty strerts Wh n finished it will
prve q nle a rel,1f to ptedl*irilanS who
have neasion tio go that ay.,

Mr and Mrs J M Spivey have re-
turned from Mikeeolle and Fort
White, wheo they have beeu visiting
relatives for the past few days Mr
ipivey reports crope good and the far-
rier catenteJ in that eesiuon
Yelurd) lteig holiday, the after.
moon preorntid the appearance ol kae-
day on thIe *trrria Thestored ad
a ty fart. yr re rclraed, the Oei*
pIl b1'ng s v wol a half-day's rwrea.
aim. Thr w,-Ad were full of hunire,
bat s ru.le game was safe .
ay ef trnSi wrre amateurs
J Soph Culter aud Palst SHake.-
pear, eaI d. were marnred Wdrd Oee
day eOmll at the home of the bride'
parels. Umuand hakeLpeareS a4d
wife, geph Ogeleeville. Ret II. M
Flealag ed ML. Meuah BapttCt (hureh
6eaUstAe. The *mseefetu pan
ane se4 eaT tasd p Ue antI h thir
ides eosa&d rs Iuersties.

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Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 16. 1Bm.
Dr. C. W. Hall, t. lases, Me.-Dear
Sir: Durlg the past year we bav
sold over treasty4er doea "Ial*'s
reat DiMovery" tw kidaes and bltd.
der troembe and detag thattime bta
received m* eomplatt.
Ye"sn naepnttlly.
O. VAx Arrtev r & Box.

0Oe sM Lel tfh Tens Woa-
dwue. Ha M ae D *.ey,. ear a u
kidney and b"idae' tsmbl. anew
kide MwaU a-d m m I *emm
ie add Sam ia"Wh mmo tdn-
mO. adM les la iL *us aM
warn s. r bltw a tMbh -I
: em md ea es pae at em
aUs mM thud h ha eathe d .
meets LL m.I a

Mda A,

Cane Juoie forms ale. J. L. Orawford.
Hard wood for sale in ear lotl. J.
R. Holly, Arredondo, Flt. do9
SMies Hattie Heeth of Waeahoolt
spent Wednesday in tbi eety s a goeat
of friends.
For Rent-Two furnished flts, one
of four rooms and one of three room.
Mrs. Foster, 40t West Main street.
Mrs. A. V. Sadler and Ms. Jesse E.
Burts and son, Jetse ., Jr., have.re.
turned from a pleasant visit to rela-
tivet in Tampa.
Prof. M. H. Del nd of Alsehbo, a
valoed employee of the bank of that
town, speat Thankselving whhIhsis pa
reate in Ihe e ty.
Sandy Graham, who is atteding the
Universiy of Florida at Lake Olty, is
in the olty for a day or two on a via t
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Js. M.
Mr. and Mrs F. M. Prewitt were
presented with a ThAnkutiving tokea
In the person of a fine boy, whleh ar.
rived yesterday morning. Frienis ex*
tend coogratelatione.
Frank Hale, the ueneessful traveling
representative of Swift & Co., packers,
Jacksonville, arrived io the elty yeater.
day and speat Thanksgiving with his
mother, Mrs. M. F. Hale.
R. F. Brett of Booufay, Holmes
county, was in the eity yesterday. Mr.
Brett Is an experienced naval stores
man and has aseepted a position wisb
the Ohase samp at Fairbanks.
Remember the Earnest Workers' ba-
saar and supper at the opera house to-
day beginning al o'clock, forth ben-
eflt of the manse fond. Prioea reason.
able. Come out and help a good asoe.
Ohristopher Mathesona returned
from Oeala, where he went to deliver
a temperance speech in the interest of
the dry element the evening prior to
the election fir wet or dry In Marion
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this offiee, the form used in
Alaehaa county which aaee money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 50o per
dosen by mail. Cash must accompany
order. dawtf
J. J. Hayman, the naval stores op-
erator of Lochlooes, was looking after
his real estate interests in this eity
yesterday. Mr. Haymans has recent-
ly made some valuable purchases in
that direction here.
The regular meeting of the Dauosh
trs of Rebekah will be held at Ma-
sonic Hall thi* evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Business of importance, and a foll at-
tendance is desired. UararT'rD OusnH
MAN, N. 0.; N'TTsI Roau, eie.
Ieit--Straye or Itolen from my
place near Arher on November 18th,
one Jersey eow, color fawn with some
white about head. Answers to name
Nellie. Suitable reward to anyone liv-
ing information enabling me to find
her. W. E. Brown.
Attention is called to the advertise.
ment of A. C. Jones, wood yard, which
appears elsewhere' In this iaue. Mr.
Jones has wtablished a yard at the
corner of Sooth University and East
SMasone streets, aod.i prepared to
furnioh best wood at reasonable prices
on short notice.
For the first time in its history
(iaineervlle now boasts of a female
debktlt in the person of Dr. Mase
Bean, a graduate of the Northweetera
Uulversity of Chicago, eho Is aeeitltag
l)r. Alderman. This has been common
in the larger itles, bat a departure in
the profresion of which the people of
this city have not been seemtomed.
Dr. Bam come highly resommeaded,
and will no dolbt make herself pop-
ular la the profeeloa hbre.





1li mi mi., 151,

Write Now

For Our New

Eara Workers' bessar sdaY, op.
era boos, beginning ats o'lek. A
cordial iatiaios is extended so all,
Remember the Earps Worker'
bssar .ad souper at tie opera home
toda~ beRinafa as 6 o'elock.. Feads
to be usd ia payment of doeb on
'mase. Everybody invitsd.
0. A. Perkins and MrI. H.D. Per-
kina of New Haven, Con are among
bth late arrival, and will likely spend
the winer here. They are pleasntly
located ast the home of Mrs. Carrie D.
Pattie, North Oak areaue.
Attetolen is directed to the change
of advenoimel t of the Oreenleaf &
Orosby Oopaay, Jewelers, Jackwu-
illerwblel appears elsewhere ia this
Issue. Tbie is one of the largest ed
most rolioble jewelry hooses in the
Booth, stllA r goods are always just
as ropree0|
Ramemebsinl EEarnest Workers' Ba.
arr as the opoem house his afternoon
and eveallI, befloolni at 5 o'elook.
The proe will be osed towards
paying off thb Il debt on themasse
and it i to be hnd that a good erowd
will attend bad iist the ladies In tbb
undertakiag by a liberal patronage.
W. 0. RBihardson ha restroed from
Tasoma, MJesaopy and other points.
He had the pleasure of attending at
Mfanopy Mooday evening an oyster
supper given by Miecnopy Lodge,
Knight of Pythias, which proved a
most enjoyable affair. There was a
godd crowd present and an intresting
program was arranged for the ooeason.
North Gainesville Frolic.
Through the courtesy of J. J. Freeze
a 'number of the young people of
North Oaineeville enjoyed a cane
grinding Tueday evening. There were
several eouples, and it is needles to
add that tiie evening was passed in a
most enjoyable manner.
Mr. Freese ha been grinding cane
all week. and expects to make a quan-
tity of neesyrup, as his product is of
a select quality.
Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. 0.
D. Moore, pator of the Baptistbhurch
of Harpertville, N. Y.o will interest
you. He says: "I suffered agonles,
because of a persistent cough, result-
ing from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
ting up In bed. I tried many rem-
edies without relief until I took Dr.
King's New Discovery for Oonsump-
tioo, Coughs and Colds, which entirely
eured my sough and Paved me from
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University Graded and High School
Enjoying a Fine Term.
The University Graded and High
School now has an'nrollment of four
hundred and sixtynine, which is the
Igheet enrollment in the history of
the public sobhool system of Gaines*
The work beiag done at this term is
also superior to former years, sinee the
stodies I various branches are more
diversified, and a high school depart.
meat has been added.
In lpeakier. of the oehool Wednee.
day. Prof. W. N. Sheabt, the principal,
stated that he felt gratiied at the soe-
see of the institution. There are
twelve departments, and he is opera.
ting the school with a teacher for eaeh
department, although he deelare that
bomber is hardJy sufsient. Each de-
partmeat s in a oonagted condition.
owing to lack of room, bet Oider the
eiruomstanees everything is moving
There is no doubt but that the Uoi.
versity Graded and High School is one
of the twat public iantitutions of its
kind an the Soutlh and ha dove a
great deal toward advertising this
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All t,r' heae failed to fnd a bet.
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