The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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'Publihed Twico a-Wek.-Mohaday and Thursday,


big mU~ guared the door.ANGERED BYR0049VaLT. fl(J A O N I
*VA thevs~etW"establishment
~Vitk loaded 016 nd the crowd lae Negroes~SS~ Protest at.Preedeft Aetlem
0. UI~ dsperve AIs quiet In the *yi.i a h 1;~~'e Discharging Ta'els.
*1~~dUO 0 lLLVom Charlotte, t. 'kv logfl 0 'RAGING f*allubury, N. C., NOW*. 2.--& AS E E O
I"ad tite atloritles to boliav% 6M__ meeting of the Negro Uptiat aaaoc$&--_Rnl weis An assumed g&mneAd bons of North Caroltat, reolutions
Adai n the. that the ftad negro wax Jamft, Mar An. Suffering From Hungar and denouncing Presidetnt ftb elt for Two X[n Liled and Two c hr
Toy, of Forest city, Va. sb ber-- discharging three c@mosuies of the Ijrd
it is on his way from CbgarItt. to Expoxtire. twenty-fifth Infantry, were adopted. Ijrd
identify the dead negro, -should he The body represents a constituencY
-a- oa ty ob avpy I .VSHV EN LS of 160,000. The roatia "strenu- "ANDITS STARTED THE TOUL
*UAN -SUICIDE t bEFFR FOLLOWS SPIXNEV AE BEN LS ously protest against the Unptosedet -SUIIDIEFORTP0 .W I ed and arbitrary action of Preident
V.W Wtwmant Ne~ @vuLveSeI~eSaeo ant n o S 01.o Roosevelt in punzishing the hnjocent Masked Robber$ Etnter and Tyt
J Coro* Wona Dpaspode 0"M sos h gntreateo Wasington nd ~ and guilty alike. No, one for a moof Aurusta Ga.,Al Valley Towns AeUnder Water would have been dlabonopably dia- R sla~.o h adt a
"Site tof Wuusa rnodd made ia s- a to 20 Feet Deep. missed if they had been oompoeed of Killed In Duel.
~i~tto ugusa fI~g~ mae a e~fwhite soldiers.
0T. 115.-ataa4- Weate attempt at sulside ThuIU4y Seattle# Wash., Nov. 17. Qu1o- -J e"iterre measures bad been nee San Francisco, Nov. 17- ,
with all the-dest. Vtrnowo. afoS SIte, o'clock. leas and suffering from huager and essary, this present time of tension nieu are dead and two oth(, s~ )b Audhe at 'Mrs. stelee W$S the wife of the exposure and in hourly dtoad that lbetwecn the race* and oi fear, fore- and another seriously injure ttJ AT fiv -M haviest loser, In the recent War- th.e rising waters, will overwhelm bodings, uncertainty, unrest and result of a pistol duel in tho ed\*1th~~~ulI~~tb N ni. Cwas supposed to be tboumanda of 'residents of the fertile heartaches on the pairt of the colored ed hold-poaslonbtw .
dbt~rgesl4010026t #VW the great losse, 114 valley lying between Seattle ad Ta- people wag 'the most unpropitious ait ed robbers. gbaWa eaolr they hd $,40Worth ot pro9ertY coma, are camped In tefohlscould possibly have been found. 'khe Shortly before midnight t.

szect was cul carry In a hurried, estranged ten millions of his hither. &M revolvers in their bail-.
veu,. ha'h a %f roeI h a retamrr nd supporters, ea the saloon of John (H i. .
-man,- fihght pin gt VW Gtesribt Sxdah hve entusfrand It Is the voice of tlib convention Sixth and Brannen stmeth.
#s o shot un i'fde~fdnyotto hoilda o Qtg loswihthat a committLee be appolfited to con- All the inmates compli('l
exodd ON404tbf O Shvefloe the/ rapid rsOftefer 'with similar ooinmittees through- order to hold up their hazi
TiftJ,'&co4, th Th a 4ibserved and a Sum- rivers In King and Pierce counties. out the country to take the steps by the masked men, exee;:
4ef~lftyin th 86 TM 1 111wedIA11ely sent to City Thbree of thq men who met death In Ineceswary to have the action of the O'Connell, a retired and ~ thepurere ofPbrlclgnMdAwsy, who, after em- the floods were trying their almost president revlewedl by the highest tri- Plice officer, who drew hi i sadsoraningen A1601t me8thods, Wag able to prevent log Jams that Would en- bunal of the landl." and commended shooting at
tcfrs.t ounteract the poison, and Mrs. danger the residents of th? places her near the Sixth street
on d onig &8soueI now considered out of fan further down the river. Two Lawyers Drop Dead. Seeing the gun flash in 0'
the =Vta lo-8r W. Kilimer, of Auburn, was Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 17.-A hand, the two robbers lw:
9VOS lh-es to Su- lt a statement to those pres- the first to lose his lit, while work. oknvle y. ipth as a% the ox-policeman and 1); .
miles fn Ab~ls,411, n said she wanted to dip, as ing on &4&m In the White river. Two Hlon. James C. Hlodge, a promiae* the saloon at almost the ~i ~i~
aI", hbolod it pherse woka a lifetime had been COon other loners who were working for lawyer, of Smothinnd, returned ment. When the smoke of
temofstli "ialm Inmes w mDomfents by fames. the Decker Lumber company, tiling hie home In that place Thursday in tie cleared away four men w ,.
qftoris and A Th tug .00e of the motprom- to break down Jams, and wboee apparently good health, when at a On the floor of the saloon,.:
i~~t fo 13u IenIiW n crlsadIsnames ame not known. were drowrn- steamboat landing he sho hands them dying and the fourthi
learne ed Gfth reen river. thre miles with Hon. John W.. Bush,' a lifelong ly irijured--O'Connell, with t. i
A50be rmAbr. friend. Shrl fewrshe fell lots in his chest, Stephunl;
bailsa e bW ON day- ProhibitItuce $oe akWhite, Oren, Cedar, Stuck Ito the ground, anid died 9imost. In- twice In the rabdoman, Loi. lu a
44 $g Decatugro Ala., jv. 17.-Major W.the Inoqualule and other K'remzs sitantly, before help could reach him, tour with his Jaw torn away I.a
Ar,9 -t ong, Jr. one of the members othaving ther source in the foothills I When Lawyer Bush, who had for let, and Michael Kennedy, altestate legisature from thin coun- of the Cascade mountains, bave rim- !er rcie awa h aebr the ear.
a Sa-Ohig Igot lue jar- t.has already framed a number of en over night and have flooded thou- Iheard of the fleath of Mr. Hiod"e Froin the Sixth street dour
posew~as dIie4d up Into bills which be pnooses to Introduce inaads of afree of land and cause in- I he w#& Aeely affected, and ow at- of blood led across the strt
460 -fetknsa-& is the gomiag aeo$ .Of the leg1ia., "oauls"e *Rui 1, 4 ogio to, Wojg sidewalk Op'posite the salooni .fr
t6ward4 Ad... All lk pne tuze. DUring tbQecMPalga wh11i Ho0w UMaY farmertf have he also dregped In an. unconscious- was found one of the robber. 2
toreliorat o MWhere was one of the hottest ooteteoae. lost some Member through Ihe rapid condition to the Boor and expired1 In the ma~'k slill on, dead, v
ad Polbo SdsWdd that for nomination to the legislature an advancer of the treacherous waters. a few moments. They were both' bullets fired by O'Connell, h i
agums to plinue wax to acount Of the 1MPensary question, will not be known until the waters Close On to 70 years Old. chest.
Tits the fifty or more am Malor Long promised the people of subside. The second robber escap(,d.
as. Two of these soae this county that it ht was eleoted to All the valley towns are under wa- Narrow y Escaped Asphyxiation. 5105d man was identified ii
MW. opkyg.d to the the legislature one of the bill, that he ter, the depth ranging from eight New York, Nov. 17.-Four -mem- Biurke, an ex-convict.
w~h nohe ws uadig hewurfsld Introucei and worfor~ its to. twnt feet. Railroad co1.t -er of thIrwo h ta ah Oonl idso


Pi~tehd Twico a47,~ M~a and Thursday f



~vth l M~r tod the crowd lae er..PoetatPedW Ate L
410pos"1, quiet i. tMty.i itaga ms SCENE OFBT
hen ti A~erRAGItNG_ metn of the Np@ "Mods,
aa ausume4 ftone Of North poa~Ia of ui3
*a th t~tnegro W44 Axe Sw uffering From Huzaqs and denousCIng Presi4t -~**t for Two Xen Killed and Two Other
Toys or10rs h iy, Vaom hposure.g tk" 4~a f h Injured.
is i 0413 wa (nom to34oare.Twenty-fifth InfaAtrY, 1l 'S adopted I6'titi' the dead mes14rof so1 be The body repre&StA ~tI011111tuCY
Y~YuIRI~Opilove to be Harvey. SI"PsHV EN LS 6,0. TersIt~5 tW~qNDITS STARTED THE TROUBLE
SIX'D LPPORI "g@ W BE N LOTUR roetagi s the VAP tO4e65 ___4"WWUID J1F R -OLO ed and erbitrary acion of PVesident
AbuiUneiak 'U ntire State ef Washington Sene of Roseveti punishing the Innocent Masked Robbers Ineran Tryt
Wieman pm odf -OVWe1geb She *ad guity alike. No one fora1. HodUO-e nSlonwt
.iu tW004, Ceo"T ee 54,ft*6. Gram Deslation and Destrutlon. men Holdve tha Meem 608Salop"101Fa
vUMe4kevlfemts ef Augusta, Ga., M-M ? MO All valley Towns Are Under Water' would have been dishonopobl dis- Reutn oth Badsw5
ftein., of Warreou, #0o IN upon 0 mt~ ~ p ised if t~iey had been composed of Killed In Duel.
~ Y~to ut IO U117A tuadeade ht odes Ban Francisco, Nov. 17.74v. 1v.-4@tAud- grAte At~p 114 ;Qi~e ThUhiaw Seattle, Wash.,* Nov. 17.-H s -it extreme mneasure had been nec-dedadtothi
wth all the, ds afteOmoo ter U3 ,'lock. Wooe and suferlak from hunger and essary. this present tlme of tension 12enl aI"ed n wooh
Who kIfj%*reSt 'mrs. Stein. WOp the We or the exposure and in hourly Gleed that betwectn the race% and oJ fear, fore- and another seriously injure
lo~ AV# tiM. havyiet loser In te recent War- W~ riulug waters will overwhelm bodings. uncertainty, unrest and result of a pl~ol duel in the
e *ltb- ballets igotou fire. ft* ws supposed to be thousnds of residents of the fertile heartaches an the purl of the colored od hold-up of a saloon iby tNw
btdbt~rmlied Gespondeat ova the gtmt losses, as valley lylug between Seattle ejid Ta- people was the most unpropitiouis tpa ed robbers.
thWoods near they had PW 'worth of property aom&, at# COMped In the foothill$ could possibly have been found. 'The Sorlberemdih
t~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~~~ letlelt detoewt ny.$,0 nu-ca ywt htfwpoiln he eecutive4 of a great nation has with handkerchiefs over t..
Ths*Gar. "Ce. k effect they could carry Ini a hulrried estranged tvit millions of his hither- and revolvers in their haiI,
wedt ts has.d She wa ehftSUI friends In the city gight, to, ardent admirers and supporters, t~u the saloon of John (.'!,,
mom I fighting hoping to overoom the strain, but Six deaths hove been thus far and it is the voice of thi6 oaVention Sixth and llratnen stTmet-.
sht or shot on- It a fit~ at ,dogipdency she took a chronicled as due ta the flods which that a committee be appottited to con- All the intuates compli il
expendede. W99 dmse Of b6" 9910011- hav* followed the. rapid rise Of the fer 'with similar committees through- order to bold up their ban
42L.6!cd8 the The act, wee observed and IL Ot1 rivers Ia K~ing and Pierce counties. out the country to take, the steps by the niasked men, exr'.
ong"Unrying the lions w"e Ieditly sent to City Three of thip Men who met death in necemary to have 'the action of the U' 0 nellI a retired and
tpthe murderer of Physician MAws, who, after *nL the floods were trying their utmoQst president reviewed by the highest tri- pn ol e ce whootingwit,
R laskstook and p107th; stingent methods, WON e~bIl to prevent log Jams that WOuld en1- burial of the land." adcmecdsotjga
a'e Innocent negroem. to oOUtel'Sit the poison, and Mr's. danger the residents of thl Places ~ ____ber near the Sixth strcet
Thuradial morning as 111toulu In now considered out of Van- further down the river. Two Lawyers Drop Dead. Seeing the gun fltah in U!
the ofty that blood. Bar* r. W. Winer, of Auburn, was Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 17.-A hand, the two robber. 1), ..
ewed the scent to sw- She made a statement to thms Pres. the first to loss his life while work- Hopkinaville. Ky..- dlspttcb. says: at the ex-policenian and! 1.
*Wt miles from Asheville, sent, and said she wanted to 0ig. fS Iug on &4aM In the White river. TWO Hon. James C. Hodge, a promiuset the saloon at almost theI
a"l**~ hod lost it there the work ol a lifetime had betcao- other loge who were working for lawyer, of Smothinnd, returned td, met Wihen the smoke Wf
Iia~uop'io bon armr. $Mod In qw moments by flames. the Decker [amber compenY. trying bit home In that place, 7turday inticlrdawyoume
fre e s at qMcers and ?te famUOa one of the MMs Piom- to break 4oWn jams, e&d whose Iapparently good health, when at a on the floor of the saloon.
etuattd got oat for Su- Inent Ii WS*PntOn circles, atd, Is names are not known, were~drown- steamboat landing he shook hands thoin d~ing and the fourth
adth.iw learned well known over the state. ed In, the Oremn river,, three miles with Hon. John W. Blush,% a lifelong ly injured--O'Connell, with "
e ngs p egedi bad been from Auburn. friend. Shortly afterwards he fell tie In he chet)Ji, tii
YI a os #*at blfre day- 'To Prohibit Quoket Shops. Blaek. White, Oren, Cedar, Stuck to tbe ground, end died Almost in- ticinteaou a) b*
tit tgi. Decatur, Ala., !'5,v. 17.-Major W.the Snoqualmi and other stream s tantly, before help could reah im tour with his Jaw torn awn,
m ee2 for AX. H -Long. Jr.. ,one of the members 01 having their source In the foothills When Lawyer Bush, who had forj let, and Michael Kenned, .
~ udertheslae egilatre romt- ci at the Cascade mountains, have rla- years practiced law' at the same bar, the ear.
at ext-Obtef 01 police yor. tY. hat already framed a onber of en over night and have flooded thou" I beard of the fleath of Mr. Hodge, IFo h ~t tetdu
psewsdivided up Into bil which he proposes 1o introduce sands of Vres of land and caused ItI b wlis 4eely affected, and soon af of blood led across the stn,,'
o0' e tins 8 vte in the coming seis of the legswa. caloulabild dames. 0..r SUajeuuM ) oftie to. bl~ g .. sidewalk opposite the saloni, "
Aren Al b oe 'r. Drn h'aplo bet Io ~ aeWA11s haYC t*alo dropped In an uncoonhelouns WkAS found one of the robhu:.4
toet~rat weberms "d JIeM was one, of the hottest contested oses logt sonme member through Lthe rapid condition to the floor and expired in the nuaek still on, dead, A i
ti =p. sOMe6d that for nomination, to the legislature 06 advance of the treacerous waters, a few moments. They were both' bullets fired by O'Connell,
ftoun t rse ast*m t of the dispensary question, will not bge known until the waters close on to 70 years old. chest.
"ft~l the uft or more men Major long promised the people of subside. ''escn obreep
9Sd. Two q, thoe scoured this county that If he was 9160144 t0 All the valley towas are under wa- Narrowly Escaped Asphyxiation. Pad man was Identified
wods oe epoyd to the the losislature one of the bills that he ter, the depth ranging from eight New York, Nov. 17.-Four mom- Biurke, an ex-convict.
00 whl4no09~ u~luu the would introduce and work for Its to twenty feet. Railroad commu- hr* of the crew of the &team yacht OConnell dlied soon afwil frothe f s Cu a rhas tore paa would be a. bill prohibiting nicatlon, has been cut of and the bam- Iitr oweyW .Bon ftknt h Central Enwrg

inthtat the uarr ha' starns. aI ds, ,~v rV.-'nre owne byf for reiet ormi ntelya it-i1 s Brown. ofthen othe -q. Hean

~~uJS. ~~A S4111i0O RUNAWAY., *" ~A. SI ~
11111"i~hw n te ..J. Upa Has Jemw Broken, end ..
"Vu s Hower ee is l liy i W. Carter Badly Bruised. C ZEVER

lties wit 0-11l6de Tai Mioanopi, Now. 15.-While ou't rid. aiebynacdh orN Ei5
) WO fnii is am' TCdzney'tr,#nLc 1)re,- upon tli 1infl. Ins Wodaeeday afternoonJ.. W. Oar. Eczua is a t~rmsnftlfg, stubborn ITCHING N
101'y lt4 Ilf I Ul Jll*S? t:4mCC*11agetf sjl JCAW:sr'ulA tlon:- Imi t.r's here* gos frightened as the trini disease cle yolai uori
tralsia sgsumc IILfE I a..e~i~ V11 easne ul behind hinti. Mr. Carter tile blooo cj:li,:g its contact with tile skinl and producing redn,
In 8464G deatet i,00wso11(isappeur end J. J. Blappel, the parties In the muation and aluir,4 intolerable itching. An inactive state o h 3s~1a
She Most pirfe~ s "A M P!-olit of order or di- bugg, thought'bost to got out, and iun sluggish condition of the eliminative members leaves the waste aIrfu
ac~ s*$ of 60i10!11 eased. getting out they were caught matter of the body to collect and sour instead -of passing them 7 u
4ho ,psa inytobehs h hesbekn nature'Is chanpels of bodily waste. The blood in its efforts to ptur'
4s~~mbecome s prdevaulea n Seote "heol Mr n Mr. tern of all foreign matter Absorbs this acid and throws it off tlir
re s ~wol be.that it isi 10t uncomns. P~' Jaw badly. Mr. Carter pores arnd glands of the skin. The acrid humor seems to ooze (,
phanls, esqiele, inon (or it ch ild to be Is badly bruised. The horse ran up to the skin on fire, the straw colored, sticky fluid drying and forniit
-will be We1poo born afflicted with Zvioston and ittoplpd at a' tree where and the itching is intense. When these pustules are scratclie4 (,
children ad oso onw-" w eak kidneyo.. If the be had been higehed a few times be- is left raw and feverish and often a solid sore is foxined and kept p1
moth maim te l b. fls as If, en ife the hi re ad. fore. Mr. Carter sted that It was constant escape of acidsi from the blood. Local applications of
P11 91 roeAll ad age when it shouldeitl t o ACcontrol t hig fault, and if he had stayed in lhe ders, lotions etc. are desirable and should be used because tll* ,.,
.,Nr IS, the pm. puaeit Is yet afflicted with bed-wet. buggy everything would bain been itching andl give the sufferer temporary comfort, but are in no scxilc ~M4sm coere deonupti ttlecaseof tiul. al because they cannot reach the seat of the trouble, which is in i UllCult) is kidney trouble, ad the fis 11tdioh ____ __ S. S. S. goes down into the' bltood
fe.There il step shioulil be towards the treatment of The Bapist ladie are going to hr tile circulation of all acids and 111.111!(1
battering sariailstg, them important or.i is. iThimunplesanit an entertainment at Fpetgir's hallC tetinsorbodadyrcn\;
lmhlan .'qetrlAM, tW ,IC in dite to n diseased condition of Th ursday and Friday night, 15th end up tge ofthe au e blrod and by run ,
rpbesa, It he and in.lm the kidneys and bladder anti not to a 16th Inst for a good cas and evry W O s O nently. The irritating eruptions
broath-thing wire WVOIUCI swcll nsinetiatrmeniisemr. bod Inid PURELY VEGETABLE. the itching and burning cc.e a; t,4
iellselsvor Jugg1tle, able With kidtic) and bladder trouble, .fired skin, being fed by afresh, cool::
boroes, 'ponies and hoth neced thie 941110 grat remedy. Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough of blood, becomnessoft and smooth again. S. S. S. is made of htiLl Il
end a myriad of other The 111116 .tid thme itnt:,ediate effect Of Remedy Than of All Others ing rxtt% herbs~ and bax~a that will niot damage any part of tl
lagnubes.ThS wamp-nRoot lit oii fcalized. Itissold Put Together. Book on sik i d iseases and any medical advice f ree.
fullnumbrs. hisby druggists, in fifty- VW8 ITavwou 'sA7~f
itohers' Gress Shows celit ndi one-dollar Mr. Thom. Georle, a merehatat Mt. TE* IT OF C ,AT. fT A
cd OWe Presented on. size bottles. You ma Ilo = Elinh, Ontario, uaj a: "'!have had the
*c~pofeays n iiti re, alsor agnyo hmeli' og PERRY 1. COLSON, Pros. J. .ILAIDIXG, Vice-Pros. DAM.COSON, c.r.
*.*~be soen ?bodreiay, by)11~ t(.ai ee allaNw f wm~a Remedy ever since it wits Introduced abou when-oo 'w ; olbinto Canada, and I tell ao much of it
vpon. There wil tii ial lette-rs received fromi sufferers as I do of all other lins0 I have on my .AL ACH UlA CO0UlN T Y
aret parade as 10 eureri. lit writing D~cr. Kime & C6., shelves put togehe-r. Of the many -_______________and thisdisplay hg haniton, N. V., be sure and mention dozens sold under guarantee. I have
traeing anyhids imper. Don't make uniy mistakeAS RCUU 1 A N
sols~loff m n Ni rememtber the name, bwamtp-Root, not had one bottle returned. I can ASRC OP
be swo fail eeln. Dr. Kilmer'mS syanp.Root, iawul the ad. personally recommend this meditline____-
y @assumed lady lre. Dinglianton, N. Y., i very s have used it mysof and given it to ISCOliI'EIATFS.
handomecha. __________________________my children and always with the beat
*ot, open and COURT of ress." For salf- by all drtuggists. 2 aE e-i 1e 2J.a.
1w wIld bea to, p143 CIRCUIT CUT
horesan poie, oreThw itt Cse Olpoedof t heWill Go to Tamps. "T he Title Is the First Conodderation.
to and asmls and Attelast regular meeting of Ala. We do mn exclusive Ab trrct VIuiress with ficilittes for irnj at' ItL
Without gimrpsneliing a Jury. ehias Camp N4o. 5, Woodman of the INFOR.NATION eoieeriug 'he Title to any and all lands in A Jae] The sirmsis ourt convened At 8:90 World, the question of sending it deli. A11-1 IlL't'NE.S.4 liRitSACHDI PROMP'TLY.
4sppV For Life. o'clock Thursday morning, -but Ad- gation from this camp to Tamps upon
oes eamo Into the home jotuitMd In few moments withmnut have the occasion of Woodme's Day, No.I
inhool superintendent ing a case cono before the court for vember 21, wall brought. up and dim. W epaFl ttko
# 60we i itetrial. cussed anti It was the unanimops will ~Ke 'l tuko
*.ll~ fro th.u e h s tl In this direction this hap beem a most (of the camp that a delegation tie sent. .,
re~oaedfro te rea.rmarkable term, end onmotbIng the Council Commander Jopeph Brooks, OLD rJOE1,
bs e njmes. lie sIys I like of which has noer before occur. wilo is ulne (f the moot eonthusIastic
dughter had St. Vitua' red In any o6urt In Vlorida. This be. and most widely posto-d Woodmen ill Ai~D VIV'I',
low~led to 0o triu tmetzt Ing the firs; week, the civil docket wall the, State, and Joteph Ninadee, were
steaily woseantil asAOtUR ACE1S.
o reiei Hitesa taken top for i'onsfderaiomi. The JUP#r appointed all delt'gatvo, alid itgoes10
.,ejieeSo aythre botle efwas called and swurn, bjut so far More without Paying that they will heo a I )! 1I.''I
comple906,tere Quikv sure ths'" ffty eases hav, been disposed of credit to Lhe camIp They. lispe01 1to MARK It I
a emosep. tckou*In one way or another, apid not one leave In amplt' two to tie in readiness
Il norv1tas eeMplaiits, general juror hat been Irpanello4. Title ii for Woodmen's l)sy. o m clm
,. female w~kneso, isnpov.
blood and malaria. (Jusiarn remarkable, but It-Is true-.-----------. .111". VERNON.
- -No Case of Pneumonia on Record
oll drsig stores. Price, UM( OUT OF SORTS. We do not know of a single insanco iS A I

aGainesville Progress. People Not Really Sick Are Often Mos whore a -cough 'or cold resulted in4
ptiurnnixor onsmpton l~ln Fl.AN 1) 0111 E~1
Ossee~vlleo seems to progress In Need of Care. pAuoi rcnumto hnFl
-8te y's Honey andgltar had beets taken. 1IIRIK.I 11l
ithes. whan The people who actually are most In It at rcougths and colds perfectly, 11, 1G I55 I -G
1111ibIivouaI new and nteed of kind words abd medical treat. so do unt take chances with Ponte tin
61114611144 e 11 one u906 UP t0hat ment are not those who Are really fick, known preparation which may ot~ntaiti NV I ftI AT .S
within Sh111 put two years, slid but just "ot of sorts." opiates, which amuse coonuiption, a
iag onsinhee. The old-time energy, force, strepngth condition that retards ref.,Avery front as Iii adejuaerti for
eltsto auailtion to building in And hanny spiris arg lacking; the .-ld& Ask fo F- ley'. s.- .-Ae an Tr

000 mons"WALTER RWIYNS0111111108 *ILL#

AIN~ILL T ~ ; hir is Ws Filed FProbte But Stell Nffth

HAV TRIPLET UN ~ y The will of Hon. WValter G. Robla.
1.0 AVEson, rece~ntly deceased was handed

applca~nforCbatWIu ~Into th1 offie of County judge 11a1880 ip ad tio Citr E ;n~l a few dl a go for probate. but UPON
lade -O MY- request (if the relatives (if dieasaed, caFr ni t
hair ~ ~ ~ 11 thestri. hits beenr sent to Ptovidenele,Fo fnt
FERY your THING; nourish it;~ R. I., It- identifil-atlon of Pigature, WILL BE A VEY IEeHNGdci somehn olieo. ec

tin Will nvest. Te i ilso flig n Whil. no not lpa taken wit regards T e Kn
Lnwilbe Firs!Kl @UI~,St, gv ther a .ilt ebtoieithe il.t is(~)R W
but Afterwards gxionde4 to 8.ea will grow long and h 'eavy, AhIN u mbde nte'wli
is, bard Air Line DePOt ad Other Ayer's Hatir Vigor is the only undersi od that the paper roidrs lfim
hg pbof ntrst inthe city, genuine hair-food you can fo reee Wsrij Pitimae of thabou ct h 112)ma) AW toxpaat i
110 is erwngi very die buy Jtgieshew if tothe_511 I I 'b
youiU'1 sav what co-t lifee' ofic att";ni i Bears the
rectiD.whch sasorcto gratinfl. hair-bulbs. ousv wht will wac, entered. aend it will bas inipop.
tiollto thse wh tA~eher Iteress at too. And it keeps the scalp proportitis until the document hasm1 atr
bisi een rett'irned. motes1.J~~i.AL
T~ aetporod improvement is clean and healthy. 81%h m
5nDlaesrtri troylnwi~ ilb The bet kind of a teeqtiltilla- A Year of Blood. s n t~ tlt ed
a-inler ct roly10 9whcdil b "Oold fr over sltY years." [hII~I"0 SIth w )SlL'WIA"O
r,-a SI'AOMOMLA. AigTe y, ass 19aro wi l od hich 0r
,stdover the privcipall streets 'If U Te. bf'190 Wil lvi~h.'remnt NOT NARcOTIC.
A 0ntilutactrerl (i bered ini the home n! F. N. Taeket of fron the square along West Liberty fl)e(fi1oiosyfri Ir.'oktsA.vlumM&S04=V=W~tKS1
street to the University buildings, e s lz-1 I- lungi I ea op emerfrom r. IUVAket's
which will prove of great advantage to ,...W 0 ~ l4Iitdahseed~r erIuy~Jj
______________________ He wri:414: "Severe bleediung from AmA.JaSb.
the situdento, 3welatohoe hothe ItirgA and a frightful .vough had I
dir ovstteUiest.A REMARKABLE CASE. brought ine at depth's door, when I ~ ~ Id

lir Andrew Sledd, president oftebelvan taking Dr. KiriR's New Diecoy-Asl
Uu~~e~iYisatthe head of this pro- Lady of Bradford County Cutting New
1p1ird company. and the company has Teeth In Her 991h Year. rfo onmpiwthh. atn
askd te. ityforaeartt. he at stane~acomstrm Badfrdishing rellult that after taking four A pae C Remedy for Oml like th cit fo a hartr. he ail. A Praned'ag! ome fro Brdfod ttltle I asasompecmpl rstoedanrestnororedmaand1 ter is now tinder advisement by a comn elotitty, tiear Satmpson City. It is a Ra time hike proven. pecrmanently Warmis.Convulsions.Fvgtjshwi'tee of the City Counc"il. composed case where Mrs. Naroderc, nlow int her curetJ" Oularante f4)r soro luings, nCs mid LoS sq4or SLEEP.
of Aldrmen J. Harrison Hodges. A. is~etv-ninth year. is cutting in entire cotishi aid cold, at all drug tors.
committee will report at the next reg- never been recorded before.
beef i.ntimated that the report would advanced age, is active, and i 'PO The Stitdard Stock Farm iaq pro. IT it
be frivorable, as the aldermen are pro- messed of the most amiable nature. She moted by map of pubiite spirit, with gre1414ite men, and believe in tiny Pro- has-been a resident, of Bradford 0000. the golil p)urpose ()f rallinig the scanjetwhich will tend to the apbulld, ty for more than seventy-flve years. dat(l of Floridas bred horses to lte
t~g of the. city and its interests. and is probably the most widely known equal (of tany In the United Stateo. EXACT COPY Of dW3APP&M
The proposed plan is to firstinaug1O. resident of the county. She has a Florida is to bil congratulated n c" "11411 e**
rate a line from the square to the Uni- grat many friends who hatvol taken an the niagtifftont stallions that tils ~
veraity, and as soon thereafteilr as ar. Citrest In her, aud it nay be said farm hasp imported at tho cost of thou.
rasigements can be made to extend that no person In thep county is livre sunds of dollars.
the system to the Seaboard Air Liue popular from an individual stand. The g-,wilue public spirit of the own.
depot, to East Gainesville, and to point. -eai 'ie~e ytesalfe
other sections of the eity that In thePrislvdeftdbyhemales
judgentof te cmpay wold ay.G.B.B3urhans Testifies After Four Years .ihargo-d for these horses.
The company Is merely waiting for 0. H. Burhans of Carlisle Center, Sluggish Liv r a Foe to Ambition. AND V
the granting of the charter, when fur- N. Y., writer: 'N~bout four years ago YouL 312ta1o1is eymuhN~zvtW
thrr action will be taken. It is safe I wrote you stating that I had been Yi goo Ironin accmpis very' muc 311 sir d ratrwivfimes s
to say that (laineaville will have a entirely cdred of a soveres kidney trou. ifll or eor i actvy ans lgtsn11h yoll fee ci 1t v toW-- 1111h t, 1 e
trolley system, as the committee ap. file by taking less than two bottles of ,oreysrehayndlihbril hatantal" aEktteat i laabV'
pe-ars to be inclined to grant the char. Foley'd iCdnePy Cue te tirel rt Syhrupstimyulae trie laver 0EE Iline fo #5.tt41111. D. 111o ve .4 twauie al Cu.
ter, arid thii promotors are anxious to stopped the brick dust sediment, and tn il e i ayru smae's th el rivhr FUN 14ALE BT DIk. 11. We TASNEIt, 11111411 14PRN0
build, pain and symptoms of kidnepy disease and hc ii e.Oan ma ie o ufelit uawfI
In Tie of eace.have disappeared. I am glad to Pay rand (lotis rin a te ruit and I
In Tme o Peae., that I have never had a return of any mipd and5 vriy paueapate t and. OrIti thia first months of the Russia. (it those symptoms durlrcg the four ildi more vefrpleatan tiso r .or.JAiiat war we had a striking example years that have elapsed anid I am vvi. o nmr fetv hnplso r
i)f the necessity for pro-paration and dratly cored to stay enred, and heart- dinatry, cathartieli. Refuse substitutes.
the early advantage of those who, so iy recommend Foiley's Kidtit-y (on J. W. McCollumtf & ('0
to lipoak. "have shingled their roofs in to anyone suffering from kidney or Veterans Home.
stin has made history and given to &Co.Af rtola.l-snly jetI
Us ore greatest Men. The individual 1 11611-nti it.IIClfdrl
A. -ell as- t_ naio sh.l __ -.1e ._ &C-1




MDAlt MORNING, NOV. 15th, our Owrs pened to the Greatest Sale in the history of the Hyde store; it has tkr
offoretholght, careful planning and competent buying, and thestocks are ready. Only long And diplotnatio negotiations
-bt cash adth-i stalwart courage to buy In large quantities couid bring the prices down to the present figure.
U~RGES1:, B3EST ASSORTED STOCK IN CENTRAL FL(qRIDA that must be sold. We bought them to sell and tht
quote you will sure sell them. Every. item- we offer is new and the best that money will buy, and we will sell them at Ni .
tshow the trade of Alachua-County that we carry the greatest stock of good merchandise to Pie found in this section. cOr t Is positive ely true that it is a physical impossibility to purchase these goods any where near the prices we ask. You can
gand we have no doubt but what you will say wb give you during this sale the best values you ever bought
r e o Drss GodsBartalns In Bed Sprem'i, Sheets
proest line of fine Plaids and solid-.rm nosSokRadso~ a od n
Goods I a the State at Bale prices. adPlo oe
Elsa UiIFinmsrv at Dweioth 72x90 Bleached Sheets wortb 50c at.. 9
eall-wool eloth, worth $1.25 Fn Miler ofSasrifiss Pi UesW 72x90 6Bleached fhesto wnrth 5c a t.V)
for this fale ........ 95. Tard 8Ix90 Bleached Sheets woyth We. at
001oo Flannel, 2T-Inoh, excellent Your first opportunity to buy High-Clam Tailored Garments-meach a line BIxOG Bleached Pepperel Sheets worth 75o'~;, Good Pillow Cases worth 15c at ....1(e 1ae,
85 cents, for this Sale *11l was never before shown here. We don't expect to make a proft on them this Beat PilIlow Cases worth 90e as,. a Silksseason. Our object is to show you that you can buy them right at your own Bargains Inilk door; we went to bstablioh the business. 'Many have shopped the larger cities **~IBran iTbeLnn
high lostoered. Slask Taffeta and come bsek to buy from us; they say our styles are as good and pr),ces less. SellBran al ie
ore $1, for this Bale......l 79@ on't judge the garments by the prices quoted; come sod see them. 58-inch half-blesche& Linen Damask, v,,,t It__ -af f Silk,_ 96i ,sl --- 89c yard, for this Sale ............ 21k. Lin~
at $3, or tis Sale. .S1 d 6TaN emn aakwrh60,.4cV
ed sod Plaid Silks, 76 and So.8-nhGra aakwrhSc8cYr
.... ........ 4111 STYLISH MILLINERY BUT NOT STYLISH PRICES 72-inch Bleached Linen Damask, worth -,,5
the greatest value we offer ........... W rt
"lot ...... 6 se 4% ard, Special prices on Trimmed Millinery and Shapes for this Sale. Big assortileleoth.......... 9u 0e Yard mentor to select from, and we can save one-fourth on any Millinery ,ALWAYS IN THE LEAD WITH BAR( A INS
Cortains ..... 9 10.00 Pair yoo want to bay. Children'. Cape and Hats of all kinds. I OTNGOS

ralnis is not often thrown your way. A good opportunity to save money. It will pay you to be one of the early corners 6to
tSale Hundreds of good bargains that won't last long at the prices asked for them. Take advantage of this great eveia.

11 you can't come toWetkgrapin

I rs ltwrite... HD OP In filling our Mail OrCainesvile, lorida. Tyuswthoe

U~b'~O able fat, taking ae of the por anid In. strutiotin 0at. 8, 190A, and wkich reads liubt walk on the bes, and a beauti. An army officer and hie five-~'6
0 JURY MAKE r digent of the county In &,proper man- es# follows: "Regiliatlon 22-Pupils fal souvenir in pyrograpby given to dren are living in New York oti I
nera~mma~ rand If this cannot be donei, that It of Alausawntg ppby schools are each guest, were among the pleasant week.
TSPR,,NINYL EJI, ho abolished. forbidden to 111111kea s1XV60011s upon features. Another example of Cedar
UUI~bUUW14U We hate learned of the death of the school grounds, or on the way to Key's hospitality was a delightful our late state attorney. I-on. B. P). or from school. Any pupil violating launch ride of ten miles on the Gulf Bulk df IAwI nsUsU to Con. Calhoun, snd desire to express to his this regulation m-ust 6e instantly It's- one afternoon.I Weapons and Whiskey. bereaved wife amid children our deep. ponded from school, and the fact The sermon Wednesday night was etspah.o ueni aonerptetoheftngcmxtoheialabl:ep ialil "ALIXANDERt A. MCRAN. County Superintendent. Teachr.o are already rendered by bur State presi. i!U Liatz 1116IN A REWARDI .- --orm&I ditdt all taatemo of thi et e.J. F iu.Hsvr

TWE CONFEDERATE REUNION. Peole of 710(45to make a ihaks.j
1%~1,? te sixteenth annual reaniasn of %b wh Ich h as fai lts objec t theo fihnding a 3 Y
Il lPlorida Division, Unmited Ovinfederate goo fail home for every boaeleft g*Cr psOo6Co
Veterans, is at an end, and the various ad dependesib child In the' State.NM0E rDec Dem nr a -oOw delegates and visitors have returned Contributions maly be venit to the o4-1 can be depended upon fro
on f amb. RLto their respective blorne., well pleas- flee of the inoelety, Rorni 5, Astor 0
id with what trnspilred at this ro- Building, Jask.viioie, Fla. 8%. that.hs been liberally
Ige reunio wa& c2nede to19110 bnon ]MRS C,. H. S.%1'ol, arswith a complete fertili'
~~W oothe most siucoosful in the his- Sia't 3,52,6 nitrogen, 8%.
11.cCREA~y. ]$dllor a$ Publ'r. tory of the organization In Florida. AingTRS.ra uf phophri nidognd 8%
~~ - z~~~~~ While it might not have b-eu as large- AE TRSho hriacd nd %
TnN5 owSuusC.11Y103ly attend,.d as some, It was an occa. h etSgrTutTeGet A I

Tile TwiceaSWeek Suw $1A year; six 5100 filed to overfloion with setis' Western eager itnan-hik
tbs. we. single ooplgu, 56. faction and good cheer, as it enabled ha a cinch on the production of de.
.90 ADVMS]" RTING Ithe graylad comrades of the 'We to natured alehol from the wstLepuppo
Lo dertisMnOuls, I& Cents a lie gi iil oehr n eaethe oftePgibs.afterthavibl
,Ws the first and 10 cents for each addi- experiences of a common and hard- sua has boon extracted. A fight be.
g," insertione fought cause which they dpmpd was liee th wike trust and the sugar 9 %Just how and why 9%o
Displayed advertised fs hr rightpad Jiist To their hearts' con. trust to coottol the market for dena. is necesary our booklet
ol and 12, months sowrais tent the Veterans. rat and file, were tured alcohol would give us cheap &I.
tree urnished Upon to relate to es other the elofrfu l d iht for a ie t EMNKL
Marriage ad DM* th si hmW permitdoolfrfe datmaOCEN AI W
~.Obituaries, A Sentsa li"ne, trying circumstaness under which leant until the two trusts combined. PO.W H-3.rk* issuSt"O
~--------------- they defended their country. Some of Bot if the Beet Sugar Trust Is *s. Aln &42
OUR OLU33I" LI,?, these experiences were hard and ecsful In this disposing of its waste
tsSnand the 'k'-Weh brought back to recollection the pri. product, what beomes of the argu.-
(1.y)World =0 Y s ...... $10- vations which the men werecompolled ment that the farmers are to find a That awful chasm *IN'
aeekun Canthe tlisl Gs ) tou enue bo hem were Interspers. market for nf9513i which will not panSERhseN1sTE5b n oet s
weekly anthe tImia .U1YOT 1 75 ed with the humorous side of the oit- inspection? Under Republican legiffle.O BT B e Omret s
IMiBan and the Al cm. (eft.)1 nation, and frequently, In relating the lation it Always seems Q turn out that lThe. The rhythm a
t@e sun an 7 the SemiWeelay experiences, ,tlarn would tas to the farmpe VS the worst end of it It 16an never be too I&%e to hope. mintry woTh ote
'1'jes.Tniofl one year.... 1 50 laughter. and the trusts coms. out on top. A skimping economy will never pay. be cauhty wokot a
.~.-----:= Z=== The Veterans appreciated deeply the ________Vain Frrets art litt the waste of belongt upobeleo
U ewilntcePt stamps Of & Interest manifested by the good ladiesalnth opes
uer edenominlation than 2131t&. of the Daughters of the Confederacy Teanmeetthtacaerds.There are better
Sof the local camps, and also the prl has been requested from the city for Only the Intense poise brings or donald said: "If,.
Harper's Basasir IkhnOifOme that ence of distinguished members of the ih eonstrotion~ and operation of an renity. should cast the git
blue-eyf d girls are again coming Into U. D. C., State division. The presence electric trolley line is but another Stop a trifle' beyond the surging intu the heart of 11.
ssYle. If they ever went out of style of Mrs. Patton Anderson 'of Palatka notch in the wheel of prosperity for crowds..1bgingtth
they did it so quietly and unostenta- anid Mrs. U. C. Drysdale of Jacksou- Gainesville., Reallsiug the tendency Some men have pirched their views bee Is a wse
ljounly that nobcdy observed it. yulle, honorary presidents of the State to grow and tbs rapid Strides of cqm. of life.seIspoia *
________ division of the U. D. 0., was an In- erlIdi nt he ro trs Don't sell youir iMOaIN to the highest lser fromth 9i
Edison, the great inventor. promises spiration. Mrs. Anderson Is the widow of this enterprise have concluded that bidder.drpImisnfe'
wihnsxmnh supply th oldo he faosKentooky .General., trolley sytmfrOievlewud A university diplomas is not a Metal opulree Is held In 6
with a storage bttery at a coos of not whose record as a Conf~derate soldier 1not only pirve's big convenience, but Insurance policy.
over $200, that will enable Its owiaer to was one to be always reverenced' and a paying investment. sad In the event TeeI ohn ewe o n
travel without further Cost any dis- appreciated by the Confederacy, that the charter Is granted, It has Ther ist nothing betee you and
tnefrffenla.He sae-th n1 all, the reunion at Gainesville been promised that the system willibe Io a oref H IOI
horse is doomed. was a grand success, and will be re- In operation within three months. (hi Plean around the man that IsAdoretoMna
boi sdoe.membered by the Veterans as one of Gaiesville is forging ahead, and at 91m11ller1 than his dollars. Criminal Doket WW~
It s a eerydayoeurrce o et he os sucesfu an enoybleinthe present rote It will not be long be- Money, with n character behind Ill, The fall term of I lt~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cnee at an5 evr-a eurnet e h 's ucsfladejybeI
notice at this ollie toehange addresses the history of the Divisioni. The Vet. fore this city will be fifth In raok in Is always a dangerous fore*. 8nioda 10
of the paper from one postofflee to eranis returned to their respective the State. in population and impor. You measure strenth to the weak. morning. fill.liquor J
another, which is easily done when homris full of gratitude and apprecia. ta@I____---et Point. Don't forget that. Palms presidling.
which ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o whoetewild heefebenntetane It thhnso the d 'bearitodyuruy Everyone has within him the ale. 'rho ease of (#so. Boo
the ~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ wn ofton maiery teliir ils.rseS~nDntb fadtod ordt e board Air lisie railway,
whic en skin t h wldo ha.@ Sto eranewa C amp the haD.C. an the aue some~ 0ne ridicules or opposes me&o atr B leeI.called, but owing to the
whe asking_____ poao .SoeoplelofCamne.vile U.neralC. adteyou. A man who has opinions of hie Somel Imp@ leadingt "the simple life" portent witnesses who
Ithsb e si h tp a sJ d e odple o nsih e o n erat 'l dier own and the soubage to advocate them makes us entirely tim simple.prs n ,t eca e w sO 4
It as eensad tat t mn t jdge Go besstheConedrat 'sldirwill be sure to have opposition In this OfienA* serious view of life Is a 00"mI nuausce was srab$W i*
by the company he keeps, and in a and ulay he live to attend many more world becsa he runs acioes or con- vices-it Bide Its rise In greed. the attorneys for the S large measure thisItr. tmte reunion$, is the wish of The Sun. The ryto re
not heter ima is enga*. In mats Confederate soldier today is the no- Irr totmfeople's opinions;I bat Doing the work or he present beat Judgei lms, believWe
nt ohts a ma ofis eker, I n eenagsi blest hero the world has ever pro- just kep right ahead If your cause It faithfully is a noble ooeeptilom. Is obedisees o the usmeri nietser isws socofa seeIt stning s ded and the world rconies him of right 9 d your onselenee clea r. Po' There can be no lofty getainmo0 the our& In foriner toriew
letrsit doesoia speawlul fo snch. worry Oboist wbaf other PVmPle Will 01ithout tbus sno of heart blood, site to tko uip the orimnal
below par t doesotspa--wel-fo say; life I. o s[W th that. thsome, el
him. ________A WORTHY AP'PEAL. will abuse Ion through envy, others Tophis al man andthe s tchdog, ofill 1he 08os 7,thiwenS this
-- for the want of principle and some be- mny ieet s an his lyw t hme heaet i o na.whmti
Afttr February 1, next, thus Amern- To the Citizens of Florida: cause they honestly difer from Joe; Mt."Nowntw la ih h av seal
eiiBn oeCompany will Mann- At this Thanksgiving Festival, when hut if you keep right on openly, man- spoon before we take our medicine. Th Comig 6161
f uem a l n te d t t s pThe a il e r xp e s n he rg a i tComiyannpegssn San i h y ur T ed vde d y u g t r m a y wa D r i s h o y & si il n
lanils. Under a contract made pub. to God for the blessings of the year, proper dignity of character, honest thy Achievement is what it actually keyamu' thery hatge
lic the concern must deliver 27,OOOOtJO for kind parents, loving children is" (i purpose and self-respect, those. who costs. e ,r 1lie fnds mamyr 11110
larni~t tiaily il times a week. The comfortable homes, in It not a good Idiffer from you will resP#ct jour (5)if. I ~ le aoo tey' otr mg t

*~Railroad Me, in Sati at a Macon
*USKE I .51aMac.On, Nov. 16-Vnusial
[U~11U ~ ; \excitement ateddteuttering of P aU IiUs
ise rIul of&n:m ic oloe Pi
.- a remark ut the table at the Hotel
~nTri alBore S 1" tewart at tkt suppT, hour and E.
1,,1".PerinsI. outicJto is oomas"I was a totZal wreck," writes Mrs. BCUiih ZN., ~~iha~o4dagte fth roretIs Rowley, of Chamo Oregon, "rmpisIith 4. -Insinuation raade to the pretty 15- suffered, for 4 years very month. Sometimes
While Perkins and the young lady would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretc i. Oaf... W ~were at supper with a number of other did not know that anything could stop the p in
!te'11 w"Men the converfati(,n was cionvr'ed entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. I advise'-d
Poed to Tyhi The qeoret, o- clr 6'1 Into an embarrassIng ttrain with Per- women suffering with painful periods to use Ca.r
a"1114 Muu Wasd T h-U. kins In the initiative. Henry E. Cran-duanberlvd.
acIi.Us dalI defended the young lady and re-duanberlve.
U FLLARIUS 11g w~c tri an 1iht fol' It does this by regulating the functions v
~ ~ HO EH UN ~Ing of sveral cases l*- te police. toning up all the Internal female organs to health.
Jow. and =ORe- ~Y U 'erated ater the Incicif :its conn, ctc-l It is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, wi'u
i ~ilsa, a Jury wans /R Pwtthcaewi elo. Bt.
i~the United state An4 you will have ho-i11. V radl tteae eki~ are rlway Bi- eod f7.easo1 I V
first of the pens Groat care should be takoi of.~ Crdll and Perkis was svraly hurt aff reor of 10 yearsi of theo~ut.ones health and D.Hfrd'r lys ekn wssvr~ ti success. It has bene- Wl.u etrdsh~
W oesed Judgeelo~ yupwUCI., nte itcf ecutr fited a million others. Mru:
was continued. His a -Fallant bcgaaueri-,us dalison In the e0o1cns, ALL fighting the moment he thought It nu'c- hCtAn9 = o.1a1p agfuo toanage BROCHI IS ALLS Msary to defend -the young lady and Why not you? Try it. noa ~s
"411AMane he did not release his victim until
iad elevien emp loyes Mrs. J. H. Keolol, Salf tePlc eesmoe.I 10 fls
Jli*tCompany, 09 1,ke Cityr, Utah. Writes: "I wr Sold by EeyDr07 n 10 Btls
am eighty years old aind AwI ute ntutos
thank Horehtotnd Syrup fortwi ute ntutos
objecdous In each huving cured me of couglit' Oklahoma City, 0kluf, Nov. 16.-W
somof clsand other lke diseases' Oftieruat FortRsno, near here, are W~INE A U 1
0 ;114 601 -Mss IM at, ~c id .0j, stll waiingfurherInstruction; belt p#wr oebetigteata -discharge of O
threecompaismof negr soldiers, re-OF C A R 0 -U I
of eumo Balar howUnientCo, oently ordered ditiibdfrom the seretat n cifai ST. LOUIS, MO., 1.: vice for their connection with the
nt~s ebar14';j Brownsville, Tex., rioting. L WTM
tSoihl should be Sold and Recommended b'y Addressed Federation of Labor. i
*fg jurors. %.he JOUIMON. Gl~isile. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 16.-J.1 O TH E TI
itbjumsto ThIe N. Bell, of England, fraternal deleObjeroe thea- It ICITCUT gate of the Bir Itish Trades union con4P".dtbe" al *TEerRUTyOUT gress to the convention of the Anieri- ITmo G et aL
us asse. Gand JryODscharged -Civil Cases cata Federation of 1Lbor, addresscaled. I ran Wil u Taeryody ed the convention Thursday. A nuL) BARG A V T
sa e thenald. t circt o r T akend Uo T ord er of resolutions were preeeutted. B RA NINA WT
0001111111113 at 0110 o'clock yesterday m6rning,, His
malins, W. 111. HowelIlioo Jug Pamr.eilX h
Ito, three employees of noJdePlmrpeingTe j,/ .
pwho are charged with liorning was opent In disposing of TKEES
40 cMMIt pea0eX.. civil cases by continuance. compro. e ap A I have 4 Standard Railroad lWatclws
ag of a jury to bear tile* and otherwise, after which the '0BI DU4 11ha aebenue asotti eta
oaae Was then ordered, anti #ourt adjourned autil 84O S1aturday t~JP5 00 R. R.Fare PaW. Notes Ta-t hthv be sdash r i et.
3rymelicalled. The defense mo1ruing. ft~dat Cost. Write Ouici Cheap soils. rie
an objection to any of the The grand jory was discharged, at. inOWlIM5MAUUIESSCLI6.Umook as. Co pfrC s. W iea
servfng for the reason that &,qr having brought In true bills In ______-Once. 4a been Ke4 before the ease about forty eses. Among thee. were
a 4111000064 given a short soes eases for murder.
Aswbilih to examine "ready for The grand jury, through State At. The objectiom wats overruled torney Long. has done the moil$ fes. w l Wees thee reviewed obec tive work recorded in acasi county PA O !O G N .SEES
any of the jury, serving on the in many year. and the 8staq Attorvey PA O R A SH oSEE
that the namef had been Irreg- deservs iiti. elo cei o hi .2 5 Upward 3SVIU ar7 ranfrom the box. This work. gra(elo rdtfo i ~3. pa H IGH SPRINGS, FLA.
wsalso ove'rrjled. The The court will takeo up the criminal WIN -OWN WC fcov~l~
of Juy ys tin ommno.docket on Monday mornlig.
ng OW ot the afternoon, 91EASY T9111AS.
was just before adjournment A Busy Thoroughfare. .w-~ A( ufreS'i 'T T TT U n
khe jury was accepted by both (We q.,r~tAn G alfiSat1c lion, )
tloh and deaenme, an hia]d In West Liberty street has developed )OLD INSTRUMCUTS TAKENUIN EXCWiANGE ( of bailiffs during the iii~ht, Into quite a busy thoroughfare slnce 1 J, W ILLA MS,
uaestino osfteac I the eata1,biehing of the University of (WritAt OaceTF~ilP'rt. u rArd Cats loput )


ra*Reunion. 'C./11okley's Tax CO Ilector and Assesso r's Appolot SHMFU*S3 L 01oInbr1 vgve hl
cessful Confedera Ali *Iea

'*bli given at, the 01110 i Tp rwi lhre ments ot ofbe Circuit (,urs at $%aa. inam to ok .ImsailoAaei
r! 111111 1 We will meet the taxpayersat~ the 00 bOrit of t~e %lt of nwilsm.. ~ L. T7etneoal pubI INMI
and~13 ma'id of mp W I fllwig sR#8Onth tote soll oouii.f ofd Areawi sOMD rpr" ofcae Asses" lt~ John I~.w
,11,11ilo so maio hof theS Is a sure cure for all folIlot. lede onlot ahd daill witil oppo.rt the itoa :eAu"'y ofjftl
lighifol CliumA a s the roa LIVER TROUBLES Site for the purpose of tolleoting The In auo-%I* SitUts floly Illo" this pq t o bs
"rdss ,viinUid ofrdrteIst for I1106, anad receiving returesol f .*~ b ~~lhlW of Mile to NOW W% of %e%4
arnd proved a maps enjoyable and a preventive of pr~rl o IW7 best blitwr ftw eila. sbtisiflowlsfIt Ir To~ikpN .
yet, ra no, Few trata t iawa In sM %loifi WIt O21 e TiWt'.kI tou lfIW. a
esoeof the reuoion TYPHOID 'Archer-Thurialay, Dec. 6. =90"17"e~ tow~ rh~ber~ WP' 1111tikSuIIIIle or0 1ujri
The ball wall 'a and other fevers. Nehri Fia and Saturdziy, asa*s eelt inscir o iens eon Jjr to ima 1I ielt
Wil 00pl pautioipatiflax 1111( gD ..y au i 7tl(a.V00 0 ile.Cif .Hie.e t t(ihmegylit. I&. on~ W
Ieemu of the old Veterains Grandparent Irnt rAody DeL 0.111 COhein 0me 84ane 111u Pr d&%sde of l te nb~sv 11i'
isolher Ig Doenri.t--Tuday Dec. 1. Vili MU Ot er Ilu rv -h A t~ or81411 V. lie n1amst wi
thewthirT57 oa ...rGodfo Parenth IL &IM5ey anal Marvares IL valiae. *1 n atr n, .. C
fuofl ne Of the features of the Bayunle. A "noeottvwaoftt n vtial ii
folitio. O whch e It- Ved nesda myitnd Th sodaiy, 1) e Ilook-ilb of the 11sbli irteoziI, of Alselhust abvne.rn-I ar~
kaIl was the old Virginia rel 9~ i~ Ask Your Neighbor 12 and 1. oi I%,~ Vtris tds runbi WevolmssW ees. theire.lmhitu- fi thi'. oftwe
tille %uh811te b n Vtl $10 tI's t hu' i lkecif,tirr talt,
"is jtartieiptll in by Genmeral Ftern 50c. and $1.00 per boteW0! h'trd-Friday, D.-c 14. ti' let' North 19 toot o viave ofi beciaralas. I'll
god other Veterans, sd greatly Wfl,-mraD-.1 1a'. itvtu fine more of lak. tiore fir less, the_____110 at Drug Stores. --an-~i~rdy v 1-l al. the lard o~a*Yfyt tl% 1w. Ciroqir
oeed Atlait-Tuesday and Wednesdaiy., ant' It ..'ia@ 5hslarftot4NO.TICEK OF AI''ICATIO
IHodges had the hon. L)C.. 19 l till 19. In siat Iwo tort. tHio' utif all IF.F:l tINDKI Iir~a
Dr.grand march, with aniv.~ teneentt. heitttatieas OfP ~ti"Ii~ A
sr of iesding thegad---- High Siriuags-Thurodiy andt Friuday. ant 111I !1 I t.el to %be ikinnit, hkeIotinit or Notlee. 14 hireta'li gilven th
1016 Alene Buckman~f of Jacksonville, .~Dec. d id 21. 1 11 llntil*l iti-itwnu SAId ibroi'lrt beinitir j't'iv44tI rid 't'ax t'erindole
tk dvsin spn or s arn rllle .durfli i-,iroi'rtyof J Nl. Clintsint I.n i4i%- vieie.A
d~~~flsposor asa prtnr. WILL HAVE BIG TIME. Respectflidly. 4 sal; lill ex favor oft W. A. Vol-*t~i~edt. .D
T ltW D. Diex laso-%, rtx cii. 1114111'tntii lo a'' t if ts it aloot e n
1. W.'z FPN -0 iet ,ia l11 o~ a 1,
s ad eutifull degures. ansd 16 sld to be Jacksonville Woodmen Will Entertain 111W W-.1 COrt~feoN.l 'l0Aeqr .t'' iZtaa ~ 2arl It i
ad_____________________________ i~ Wai II Auat~. W.C LO .Ta s~r ),ll 111 01m-ialit. 1101,tro
ole of the prettiest ever "oen on a ball. 81g Delegation Monday Nigot.W.SWi-tI if'Atotevtll.H-tlt ol 1
09 ~~~ ~ T~~rJI 1t _--- I .4o v.I 6 11 t 4o
room floor in this city. Ahachua Camp No. 5, Wood men of; l~ior
thrin evening o anfehm n l m Ii ao the~4J. (,liii. I'l il 11 VOR!E Tll; 4041 1,1kltiffr[%W
thDuringfriheit the World, is in receipt ofa nit.G O S.d HACKER &n SOe ('li i I. Viattith judiolal(Iau. -the Ianuanee oif 111401 lit-1-1,14
*aisting of sandwiches aud eolfee ib rm PAel Cm e.8%AUVVI~~~ FAtIbatUl Issilat ioila~ --Irt Ctuaiierv. of1 Unsktitt'iii. rltitwt
ollom Itheladis. ion from Pal ett Cam No 8.SIAN FAM RK~h O Albratlitim sail %, Nl..aiie ZoM .aIla for t'ti i la!I vrildit t
were served byhelds, eta Jasksonville, to attend a reception to Dioe.(11, I PkFlllttin la tollilik. 14)a to. 13% t~hWat
Twni nabrsvt ~ be given fly Palmetto Camp in honor Itr In tern ai "I oil o-ovo theato Ihiihl hiiel 1vofo'iAAI
somriedth pogaman i ws t-of Sovereign Commander Root, foan- l~t'ot the tier':i i thtierit in nmirs. it ita a.r 'rat or
wrS '.oc wenth s~li fderof the order, Sovereign Advisor Col~ 'reitit Not ttaolan hlt. a~i '~ dabeerWl o ie thaws xsit'Ho eSwet ome" arned t- 1a aha fditi hi nex pv tl il..lhti -e fa f ulllrP e'u.2t
yi~jors hat 28" ad arive. he T. E.Patterson. and Sovereign Man: aL ~ ai ctIr'''It~t.u trafuuitaa
(istol tha "28 ha arivd I 01:Still IN v ea aallui: '.1 sul ?.. tt Pervill" airl ( TI ; OF' A~ 1116-10A
asd.ager Ol. H.Wood Jewell, which will be, t su bi~at' a ti ta iot 1w e' u~lo"shr
isesBuckman the Hie of di lo !I KaIs ovdu~er i, v li ofi 1h11et to Niiaii hr'i
__ ~~held at I he W ti or1 1 auditor um n (n the ;~~I' j I ? ti I'. 4,E' Its an.. t ? onle lild that l)H .i LA W 1 OF w~ IO
vision sponsor and maid of honor, sie. 'aigo tody o'mr1,a tI.trt'c. arlrt tn M~iV~ t l'~ b
capt~e re it p o p e o'o k fI a n i~ ~a Idh~ on &I N or altt or 19,fe a o i I 'l a e tr
Glinesvil'e by9~i* thi~oda and WJJ c --* Mwornaia. them M4rd filtsu ifa'~4r lg. r 111,44E~~tc dt Jiy ,
byThel commanitthee on fitt- flpruaranan u gemi eotmrnitstht ifal ,. a -.iI al atve fit ttmia a it u
othaifi a t he m'~~f'ir~I au o .M t i l. w1 be i itia orrilut si'
ipg manner, and many expressed the consists of W. W. A ride roon, F. 11. j \ tken mmrta' airdmri iut ti 10olo (Ill c ub it a iaiI lilt ITl
bipe that there would be no change In Hannes and R olned Woudward, thrre e crIa*.. nwsis iW11rams'Itcm
the Pponpor and maid of honor during minr o amtt ap Ti'hei (irnicc a'tl l Si. iftevoi Niub 0olltv f~ll I-, la it
the enstsilng year. rr mrin J I'ii1 loi. 11 ofi oh'Lolwr ria 'Thei -t iama ltuini
which Is an assurance that everything and( Bilinfg Maeil, S. to WlKNGE'i', irt; cr-itcourt tie 19A111116of oft 1wacala ctrhi
Ml SINAR METIG. will be carried ot pr9perly. j U1tl A true vtelt of oritina. Vol t~ ii~t. own tiaat i
The musical numiabrs of then program ,~~. ~ ~ e~alatI-t Iislakl i'irit,' 1,1 h i 111 6140. Wieu
Al oite ft*Ct ita oe.have been left with Prof. E. 0~. Abel' ~ ~ t~WtN t* ': i .In cit ia,',aid~~cr
biirian Church Friday. oc sta whc iat aatrnl th I 'A ] f.ItI the tl Coi t airt, It.1arh .11141i1,141 irtult
'l'erewasan nteestngmeeting at everything In this line will be carried Sab Weigh~ts, uoru, nlaravart 1iciia C'is'.aa. I iikln iti Its tiasa.c't- 141 I luilt t'oiar%
our asa nersigt to perfection, pe l lrtiii ii Iiarec t it lictasisl Pcu'ini 11111l fair
the Pre~bytcrian church Friday after- Au Itme of1o1net rimAlcuatti' I StainS of I'i.lal ls a'I a'Ai~I
oloar~the orc-pioll beingsualon meeting*li~il~l 11 114' atti.1a Itld 0ii 4 I hlltwtaai1" 'N
DoT,' th e tiotif miss g uion mecetingci Camp have expressed a deta riiaion ~ "A~ITOlIta Oott lie 11.1-s',1 1,10 111t 4 a if III I% :-- i' 1c,~ A I t4 '.IA'l'i10A
of he arius niuionry ocitie ofto tie preent, and the prolipetirt are, 1a.. .J.J ..f,.. S I 4u 11,-11411 fir ti. ,Itetf 1a,161 14.1 sha sl 60 iet -tn
the ely int commemoration of the een-1 th t (are ile w lhe riran E. M H AC E P o' i t ? Ifleff11i11 I'l fo 11.11I~ Nllo Iil, ,515c Wh lkIt
it 1151 of mia-ino work In Ameorica. It i at thi Y .atin H 401 '.1 kulalc Is. assiel ,41 ttl i'~kt 4116%al' I. sat 5 I
art, knoitwn as tife Haystack prayer. Italli ac aft11 v a ct l Iw ilk %- ta- 111 a 461 1,11 *tkq I ilealat uS ~ l''l
W,(ilg WORK WILL BEGIN IN MARCH. accaal'aii'tc ~b h s a'taa ,iti~iwl s~hc~te
A mawt Intereoiling program wait~ 1. teflII-.t is. to the s It ., -'l rplis mlcc Is t 1,1,4 1if i fis, I s it I fetib
333 tsc *ctaa'aar ii~tl t4-11 tir his I eu tilit .iau 11114c. S it' 1,1a N-ss sc tc
rPris~trv0a, and tIeP large elfitgregfiltioi lHon. Frank Clark Interviews Archi.i ar la cit lu 1iisi~a ,.1 limi 11101cc' cS".
friil enjoyed the .axcreire4, which tect Regarding Public Building. O, tdIrwiis~,%ilca c% .let ft 1.0cc Iaahiteltl cdt c 04 1114 is wiesa4 loo
Wa-ti~~~~1 [VhN SEED. co.i.. I. oflv'.-4 ta %ici aai airf !1. gstilltelsscit'V. aicetease
wuc.R. goflo s on. Frank Clark. o ges a I it lI% further are t imi tca i #torsir ie Iati iff syasem
Chrst)n1ol from the Second Distric~t (of Florida IAfushN 1EKJ.ti a lv lilr lailte -rlA0tli4v ~klv. i
d ~~~~~assu res the people that work oili lthe. ... i cav i.1"ta & Ia Nue 1'iItil ki i l lc,ot iiaac'stl~ A, P.1ii
'.a'ripuara. Lessot-MIatt. 14:13 22. po osd p bic b idn fo (Winile %,m Hct thcNl: (fok r.w I tAur. l 'eit c'- 10ah di f t N -11,011401'
111@ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ a wilbl o ae hnMrh Rek ol'1'salept r. 14. 1 SVJIN't: .vrk ireuat 04ir 1,4jv (111 VSian -ati ,lir Af i
liwn--YP Christian Heraldsc Go, of te coingn neat ltto ii.t MacMek o atl~e AcIijcN. WZ2.N firl Cowrll eea.5w'tirasrA
Prrs~iamY of he comig year Improviod Ariingtoe V1 bile Kiler Cos. -_ IA~L? t~i ~ut~4,e~-~~aa
~eang-,~1y I flelive In For Clark stasted Thursday eumbill" 0V~ A1111'ii'AT'rif 1,11111 TAX X1134I 1110 P'~ ''I
Redintg-l"h t eiv nFr1hat duighis rm"ctit visit to Leng Islared I-rows i %IAarbiN ts i li I001 VNIsIIIII 14M~I]I Is C
eigil Mipsionna" Mri, S. 8. Roge111. Valliitigton he ttlls d uponf t he Improved i1lig Ileesten Lettuce. alfr. 1, A W'w12 2iaIii as AN ''V111A KisSy tlalo Devi Do.s No Ifloak f N00114.0 1a horelli) liitm'-11S tq 11 is vi:ans 'rhoit for cii la '.'raitla sla pi
"-Mrs. Dvl oe Ni Weiri i tipcsrvusazlg archite2 of the Treasury in 11.8 nin% .Iss3w urstu,%r or a a ie'iflr'.-er N'a WO ^11) 1111 11At dowsv ..lijal. A.
'~l~aiui Nir W B Hligdomn. regardlto tfisl matter. The iiIWV5 5 iAI 8 T LI. .#,hi .".~ .61Wd bAm alcasa Ifif Ith flat a1f saki 0, rutin.eve IIitieily
I i 1 'k i T hei e r i o fe ari i i i f L hr i 1- 9 1a Pjiilai r ah fi .1 11 t i u i s t 1 1 4 )0 1 4 ,1 111 0 11 c m 'k It t4 l ic lI I n a i f s !-. f o r 4 m a


lo~teening, gi"M I* houor o
OFper qzs ub~poX"se Ida Alexander of 8jstesevill., 0t .,
kernG. &Neuiast O@.Stayued-Bay mare, yeas a nd Mrs. H. Balky of jackt"on'- li, fifteen hands high, weight ahout
umre visiting grisisf In ths a61. 8mM fi 011 drwgtiuw 11*) puusp good condition. Had Va~OIJNTY alas Florida pawn 90-day seed Olhas add Is on. Parties taking up

q.d by Our tgp9 .- Alex Read of Xmilibrook wits telft____ Ve
______*We at the Beia House jeetes' from Jacksontllie where they went O Per fSle-Fine farm sae Hague,
9 HA AN OV I "S.-Wednesday to Oead the marriage~ of Mown'; good d wlinn, sable, bares ISNA Deput Shori L X Sor of Wind- te former's ,W ja# R. Mocoi and ~nthosso.. Also two.sere kot eon.
tlapem"Cd l 416t Wwas In the city on oieal business sad Miss Li lliaii Darit.. Mr. andbirs taev -.s dwellingu d oab I
t"A j ~apgyeday. Merchant hae" gonie to Atlanta and East GtAiseilie. Apply so John B
10 .Pp i m~ a IN T. Pickets, a promlsokit ditizen other points, but expect to return to Deli, Gsawmille, Fin.4
bThat -H o i nfw of 1galf Moon, is In the oity on a visit Gainesville is a Raw deas where they The nfat eon of Mr. and Mrs. H.
In The m. to. 'elisives. wfll make their Rutorea home. C. Fntab died Saturday. The remains
p ,4~ sdW i ? 8' M rs. flobt. B H ascek and son of F ro om S n di ft D a* Sam w il be CO~ shippe thee H op e mesy
Odpers or3Osaw I Brookoville are in the oily on a visit W. B. Holder of Santa Fin was I er ares, hr the Userea
Brow ofP Na 0Y "bd to rslaves. city on busimdggcstorday. will be held left.- Friends of tbe
in the city ycstdfdS. 0- C Hague, a1 PfRou'esivs c1Iize No hunting my pasture, under pareits eltn laes oly.p fAthoa
ool etroger ofeibe wU trans- at the village which bears his nome, penglty of thobtr. W. 0. Kincaid. GotA IpN ESr a scen eah
,ing businessi I 010 eftcvs.wstaigi h iyysedy Pearce Thesmas of Paradise was era, was in the eity yesterday. She
11. jr SI&STr of Niewberry was an E. D. Atkinson, a blaksmith and among the vis~r to the 00o1nty capi- favored the The Saun with a cell, hey. Thur
resabls caller at The 461 031** 6*helsilrght of Mianopy,. was tras tal yesterday. Ing her name placed an the La~rose
It-rtay bEheti hs*tysedy D. Miqueleld,'the merchant of subscript ion list for the, next three
Jodge M119011 yesterdy iss a"W 0. W. Boakenight of Archer, one Of KIrkwood, was Srassting business In months. M um~
Marriage license to Elbert Allen Rod the leading merchant. of that town, Gainesville yesteda. DeWitt Haei the bright young son N v m
Lill& Br'own- WsF3 tiafliactinR business In this city West Tijaoe of Arredondo, man. of W. C. Hagtuo of tiague, returned to
Robert BartOD, the truA" Of Egesky 1#1sserdei. seaer of the big Qolson ferm, was tied, hip home yesterday, after a brief visit
tou, asa vsiorto the county capi- T. 8. K. Boardmaen, bookkeeer at ing in the oterday. to friends here. DeWitt to destined
pont witel l~ O the oommilegry C,1 0. chi, Prf. 0. M~ ii~ n a d J h h to become one of the ladleg men of
Mrs. H. W. Donmelly of High Hague, was transacting busiues i1n house of Campwqlie were trunpacting his section, as ho has been well and
Sprillp was in the city yesterday &n this city yesterday. business ini this ily yesterday. properly trained
visit to friends. J. A. Brotlkingtoli of Hagufe, super- %udysotn nm atr poul. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks of Oklahoma~who
Mr. and Mres Bqrjel1 Wiggiss of intendent of the-Chase naval stores in' tively prohibited, regardless of friends arrived In the city a few days ago with .
Hague were aootevjj@t*bgtrs tthtplace, wstransacting or frienidphip. W. 0. Kincaid. the Intention of locating here, haove
gily yesterday. business In this city yestetsky. J. N. Craig,, agent of the 'Atlantic gone to Miami. They had coneigned
jostle@ S. 0. Barron of Bell ba is Ospt. J. S. Dupois of High Springs, Coast Line at. Micanopy, was at busi. taieill wr ithe ntuehtod gofs to
turned to his home, after a briAf bet one of the moat widely known citizens ness visitor to tis city yesterday. Gatingerle, with were unabnl of eo.
a~i isitto ainevill.ft the county, If In the city on a com* Ohas. M.Mehereey futraham, neaabhousosuitcble
at$onrsoe Gie svble av l a o bled bu siness and pleaure ri. ofChe s M .~ sM ea e f Grlanme, i ne t heu es it b e
cpI( of Veac he w a stran sacin J. R. Chihears of Ifih Spring, so un t ye o wa s ee u tlandirg in the t F i A pony reently purchased by .1kan.
busiessI iityr yA c e s tra. ctn r member of the firm of ethart & couy a M 1 1 i t e ct Fi dars it Earle and driven to one of bss i tres ctt, ayellterday. n Grime, general merchants, wa trans- .I their delivery wagons took a sudden
solmPres of twelau known andoting business In this city yesterday. Steve Callen. formerly of this city sprinting notion yesterday, with the
p'cminent citizen othAlcuse-but now a prfgreesive farmer of rsl httefr a ul.e h
tion, wastrading In $be cIt. y yeller- Deptl Sheriff Goo. W. Livingston H ugut', was tradin in the city yester- lesul ofat te wagon hs e o ic es
d;left yesterday for Nlewberry and other day. lotrnp over thO e go bheicl bals
Migs Crossell of Atlanta has accept- toismin he or W atnd whtees e r Je A. Mfatltshi'. the brick manufac* damaged, and the rutnng gear also I OIN ANOD
ed a piisitiori as night operator asth te inwek of tecrutort tier of Camprville, was among those boing Injured.
ezehange of the southern Bell In thish mn eko tecrutcut who paid 0aineeyille a bous visit R .Cabrano iua
oily. Call and gelt our prici-a on all kinds yesterday. R .Cabrano ooe
Dmaden ad itte f groceries, grain, hay, and in fect clever. good-nattred 'Domlph. In feet .-'
anything usual carried In a first. Athetu W-t n lnn D b t fellow" in Alachua a~t Uy- '-*r
daughter of Hi-gh SpHri Are in theltgrcysoe.Wlrslvsu. Moore, two well known young men of was trading In the city Fosterdal. If
city on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. class troertre. Wdllowespice#.u0. Hawthorn, were among the visitors to ever 'Dolph had an enemy nobody >'
Wainiwright, eu ramn u oetpie.O this nity .z perday. kosiwt h eutta ei
8. Merchant -A Co. koe1.wt b eutta eI
Mips Caroline Howell. a charming J.,. Hodge of Alachua, one of the RokirrtW. MprISea prominent 0111- kept busy shaking bands and enter.
yong lad vifi Atrlantiv, .J. &Ihe oldest and most widely known bsi. sn of 1iswtho who has been serving taming, his friends with that lah -*
cit o aviit o eltiesDr J Ht.noe men of that section, hil retarnid on the jury for the past ;reek, rvornied which Is distinctly hi'. 04T491 APn 8^0
ri'on Hodges and Mrs. E. M. Walton. to his home, after a brief visit here. yesterday to his home. Roa Overseer Tbigpia was In the
LABOR Contracts, just the thing for Mir. Hodge owns eonsiderabice live 0. D. HtiT of Rvinston. one of the city from paradis yestday. M r.
farmers and turpentine men, We. per stock In the Alachna section. and oper. moo widely known residents Of his TIMgpin states that the Pcradlse.Le.
doses, $2 for 50, or $8 per 100). Cash ates a market at Alechna. section. retursied to his home Foster'. Crows road Is coming along nicely,
4s hand with order. Address, THE S. G. Gay, member of the firm of 8 day, after a iksek's attesdamee an the having been nearly ompleted. Is will 0 it.
SU~N. Ginesville. Fla. 0. Gay A Co.. naval stores operators, circuit ciart sa jurymom. be nseefneast atretehee" in %be
C C. Fletaher of Bell, who has been icanopy, was In the oity yesterday. Quits a number of young folk* en. county, and the material need Is dert
in attendance at court this week, eall, Mr. Gay states that his firm will soo joyed a party given at the home of able, *ad Mr. Thigple has exercised
wi at The Son office Thursday and had open a new place near Archer, in Levy Mrs. R -F. Depree. OM Z. Depot street. eutraordinary "er In the work.
thP laste on his Paper "$)'Oved UP" 2 county. He propose to cut twenty- --A latter fromt Jese I, (loe, for.
ymar. Aive crp. whc wil mak on of the me- A.- -be@ tnwtaeI