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
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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 )
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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: VID01188
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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INiCIDa EPIDEMIC REIGN$.

O|U F G1I" 1 l eve al Tragic Occurrences Are e.
ported from the National Capital.
-lil taJ '"-1" --'1 Wahlinton. Jan 27.-Two .ul-
Maskd iT y ~l ded., actcdental asphYlatslon and
*L t W rf i an unsuccessful attempt at el-dg.
of kw ptKy. St'ctlou occurred in \Nkaslhigton on
Friday.
lSTS OF MOMEL IN PANIC M the early nmorn ng Mrs. Nisy
ESTS OF, HOTEL IN PANIC M. w"h. orry g : li
tb Waner wffe Of Howard U.
SWaper. formerly a phot(oraphbc sup.
elpndent T1ebap u kl Was ply deaJer, and an atent for an au.
reatened With vere Ptmlah. to mobile house, was found partly cov
ird with saow and with a bullet hole
mnt by 'the Until He In her head, on a ruadwaliy nr.r the
Agreed To Certaln OMeitnd. soololcal park. A pistol was found
at the aide of the dead woman
Loulsv!lle, Ky., Ja. 7T.-A specialJ Mr. Wagner had told a friend that
the Post O rM ID o a p01taI, if his wife should oummnit slicide, he
., says: would follow her In the Fame way;
A band of Afty 1- 14 nlght riders and when Informed of her diath. he
te Friday alIbt took Pesesion of attempted to jump friom tuo lirt story
Arcadia hot tel r and after terr.t of the apartment i use' lu wuich he
'ng the guests 'by "lhootUlt up" thbe wa vlslting, but %as overlpow rod.
ace, took Joba ffeath, sa ldepen- Some time betweou miduliht and 6
ant tobacco buyer; who W a Iuet, o'clock Friday nIorirl:, Mrs (;.ear-
a river nor by sad upon tLreoti of glana Harley, who lt....s a bcardlug
ducking" merd hla IpOlemi not to thousea turn.,d 1,l ai.1 i .. I( hir


11 any more tobaeUC
The riders frst tried to force the
t clerk to aow them to Mr.
death's room, but thil he declined Mb
.The mae the oaUlteAd to all
sas of the hotel abotinu g they
ent. The Iuset, terr led by the


Room, and when i!.r I(!%* s\ a ser-
vant, was so rL ar .i t' t!.. an;!enipt
at repuscltation w",e futile. No
C&use for her act is i;n\: .
i homas Rowe. an ;i:in Aorker, was
found in an uncItm.',, t, ~ l .ndltiun lu
his room in a t),a .t. 1: u,,~e. Hle


,CHARI n _OR RY S *I'ONL GEORGIOA L-As".
l nb UF f GERY D*& %o an Any Stat. for Hor
-- -Confederate Veteren.
hi Tnel Tfi Atlanta, Jan. 27.-0orgtA rau loaU
Si l ay eje yd tbhe a lstlnrtlon of bralng p
SStates by kertns. vded morn lbealy for Its confedw
iarate veterans and their widows than
any other of her sister southern states
HIS VERY CROOKED CAREER andttis clim Is well supported by th.o
: figures which appear In the annolal re-
Whie Hi Privat Ycht Wa Lyin In art of Pension (ommnianlloner J. \ .
While Hs Private Yht W Lying n Undsey for the )ear ending DI)eom.
Midstream Off Mayport. Fla., It ber 31, 1907.
Was Boarded by Offcers and Arrest It is ahown In the report that there
Made. been disbur~edt to confederate pen
... i toner, from ls7!; to the cnd of the


Jaosw1nv~il, IFl., Jon. I-,Track.
cd through wau)in ttLs a.,I ,.1111g
undler ninny dllftfrer rann b. I'. Nord.
strom, a former bank clr1. \: Ztrli3.
Oreg. .as (as ptured Pt Nl.t O-.'a on
Tlhuri4ay night. lie Is rile] at
Chicago. here, porng as a.-
aonwative of P. A. Cole & Sn;. the
wealthy wholosaje Srx, of nim
Mboul city, he In alletted to li. .4 ct''Trtd
the nanuu of J. HRoy inucta. tcahlt'r
of Ilte AstoraB Hank, aml iA(sae Ia
draft for 11,,uo, at tho H'ia N ti0L
&t I nk.
F: oat '1 ca l 'eNrii ro~nl~m l lced uan
continued h r'iu cf.riile.-d 111
maity cLI: es tbroug~hout t'1 'aled
14tale.. JIaring all of 'us era lung
since the C 'ealgo for -cr) ~t 1, it .l


ring, rushed tamO their rooms Into wag taken to a h<,;'i:,:. ,t is sipped closeIly folluoed hy J. I. I. ,,ker, a
a halls only to be fightened back. he accidenuta:ly Itu: n1 i; the gia. Pinkerton detctl-ie fri:n ti !, lunclu
Mr. Heath wa re0ogaed by the nati office of i(Ls great firm
ght rIder as soon au be appeared. U 8. RANKED SECOND. Captured on Private Yacht.
was quickly $iand ad, although -It was Walter who kocatei the man
only Ia is l It shbtt, was Only England Outstripped Us In Total near this city *nd planned hoi rapture
aon a borse aad taia to the river Tonnage of Ships Constructed. i'.hcn hbi priIteo yacht Ka:lr>) rwas
ut a mlle lway, rh ere, after New York, Jan 27 The ship biarded as phe lay in midtream off
eats of belan wb.l and thbrwrn building summary for 19)7 compiled Mayport by a party of oallers. Nord-
to the river, he W6e ored to prom- by the Shipping World, shois that the trom was taken from his bunk and
that he w Oa 46 d a I ay more United States ranks sBcond for the bruullt to0, ue clit. From ('akrca,.
woboo. He ifaiEly oi blh 1 way year In the total tonnage of hilp where ho *'M C. A. Cole, Nordstram
k to the hotel Ad the masked constructed, oly England having out. appeared In various cItlee under other
rs d1apegprd- t sdarkneals stripped this country. j anae. At HaS Plraisleo where
I ... The summary shows that the tota e was tracked, he operated under
THI b~IH TMAL, sblp eonetrecUon In the Ulited ,the name of B. F. VataAaugh. Uader
S" tales let year reached 41,0" t thI5 Samse also he charred on crooked
rated P C Ilt f SeetaUna. Wweich s 196,986 tons great thue the dals at Galveston, Tea., and at New
Women Undev ig*rY Chelrg, eitput of the German yardUs fr le Orlean~ IA, Prom New Orlesas he
oxadon, Jan. .- o Dr~ i 1Oet.sae period, Germany eiond la tt 4 f wasu ollowed to Brunswlek, Ga..
Which has en ob wMl 1et sf a i I amongtoo the mnartUme atIa l where he had deallag with the Druus.
Utio. aturd6y arw d ef another. In otruction. wickto Ie ank and Truat onnpany as P.
The solIldter gr Georlg ollamby Great Britain, wIlih stands drL.t Wood. The fortery of the draft
ur'. who elatl"d to be tbe son of on the list, haa to heb crNt atonaase' on Vi t C(htal o bank was committed
the duke of Ft4oVa.I ad the later's of l1,75,12l, tone of new alp$, tis* O l ec. I last.
dual personaftt of ThomUas harla lure nclirding such gret ships as Iom that time until December 11
Droce. and aa sl. to be heir to the the new Cunarders lisrliant and MayU. Nordtrom was folkow4e over miles of
tI and estate, has made public the retail. This In neverthbless a do- territory, and finally trace d to Ilrunua
pondenoo L As h1ad with the retUe from tro tntal tronage of the wickl. a.
Public proa*etor Ia which he akas output of the lirlrtah yarls lu 1906.1 Lived In Luxury at Irunewlek.
that oltetal to Ultg bi l t locaft Frrance and Ja;,an are mt letters offlrttS by I1s Mary Po ( total tonnnr, (,f conso,'urtin; the and purchased frnm Prank D. Alken.
0on ,of New Tori, but whlch have grt namal hba rit a ,)'a' toonage of pre:d talen into thehaadi of a man pur. 100,G22 and th. la 1st a'ted I ,t16. Truth conipany, th1e ascht, aboard
porting to 1e bI representatives. -- whl i w: ~ E t'eu .n :r ,i *,.c .lI ',.jr
In a letter to Gewore Holl by Aoke Welcomed Home. *wln captured. Fr'a, m'r ,n.i-,. l.
I";" ', Miss Ptei said lah had Toklo Jo" \' e:n:n An o' l x a'i to Jlack .vllle. Fn aor.ird lin
r,.l Iettr.--4rittea by T. C. mbruadr, It :l i1 'ta.ete, has boat. hose name as ,sn* r d from
tn herb aotr 1a which Drace arrived her ,, Il.a)-ybi, for I".,tt.li- Lo "Katnm)
r' : t6 bisellf iu the Duke of gn minin.', r preeota- On the return trip N. rlstrom was
S George Rolamby Drace tlie Ito ok( : I%' Lim. At pwostlvely Ideatifed as t. man %a:mi
*.' "i-s Pateraofa ash to coin to te .' Irtl .-- 1. r! a n ia n tn thi' el f) the big flurgry tc buo:roglphl
IN .rd. but, soerdlag to her later ci, t, :. '- irn ('Tlina. prlt'""s in the pioseal ofn of Mnker.
a man iNlettle himself f a of the f,,-,. n ,, ., .any n ocmcals tn Dl tertlv Walker ard by-the faIM
a -'t of OG es HIUHllaby Dree's of the dli ,,,l: : .le a.d anumer, that' bi ritht had s tas aii diafiured. I
r cnllei ne her and eot the frie:: i,,,l, , to hil a or. a'r;e first finger is mial.spuea as the
*. ie aettor Ia aaxlosaus ow I welcome :., reullt of some are. ent, aad the *e.
1 the letter, as he lsay they _. "cd tnaer Ir cut off t theo seood
A '" ary la he dofe ae of Miss; First Shipment Trough Canal.* i)ott.
S Aon. Houson, '. x 2 7 -The first W'n oe w th that< d1~y hl 14 Id
': Mary Roblaoa, sald to be ana sh!pn : :t '.'. .: .. t. lAk.e r.tPy w(' osd alals h n"'hMl.g Nore
A'\ 'a wooma, the dasulter of a nal, thl. c, :c wa mBa lerrom alittlrd ite lcit lad sald he
'1r, plter. tr iatle dartn the by th o ,., r:;. r .t F lay, was of rex uJ lsublmt lpelacfu
of the Dres aO thal Iha o sh iP arm : ty'.. 'y a lumber
I ure 1as tbe11f PorUaia. n;,Lv r. (ore,. AOCIATION rORSrD.
"rlPs DIckeas 4ld her that bat '.e 0 onn ti.s raa!. -- .
as the Du of Poftlaad and it a r;. r*e't.ar'tul Cbjet le 1 Ctrel tcak Theatrtial
Sie bllm afrAtt deardscou r ,m the .-..I. : tter. Dre"S- 1 neesa of Wet.
aItcnuL til Rloblnson I-L ,n M A .. (:i sa. 7 -As
I Jan. If o1 a warrant charp ts ..las of tbI V. a' rA anaC4: 4
s(*b jrergy a Ls.;I'f e to c.':s r staok ththat
S 'rl. oda Tr.- rrr. Cawmage. f u.~rbs,,; t s of (e !e est, wta
SI .... 2? __ To", A A.


Noew LiesCs-pisod.
CotyMes&, JaM. 31.-The
UI m4 Nhorth Mteasragiroed
!hO4 hs e amEow betweenlob
krk end NOON". Un. The
has a epereaug ts omn for
-e Kasas tybanthem.

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Gelecm c'Hot TeS
00:0.0ML16s C's 17-Ail
aon'IsIAr. ';e: o t --Win tb..
now. tisjr. mat )' k '-to 'ei-awas,
Uftfr a ) cruales ., 5ter~t MeDUn
"L of Tsh),Jt eavaIR. rfeh the h#rla se

psw O"RV. cl bn O
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foed 1*ro It 1& a. a:mlast. tbal
evrmnw'ieto 7',' ?Aw ta sd $ AU 'r*in
Ito hitv EaIff6ga -"b.-t,.I Is *f
rlts roast rt Cca woe 1 ibe tisela
weirfI &ad It lwss pre !! 4U e4 that ,.O
manage e 4 of lb 1 ahIal i, q 0tow Is th
large tilue wsiEld I n Ntere male
tala a ware frlen- Sly 1Ase
T*4 ctie dorey'.seftte1 tthe&asm -
stkrss lo~de&1*0wever 4pmb&g Pert I
sad. 5earvamwem. Itt A.ao See nre
c law. LeeAacAse as-1Sal ~t.
Dom sommew comma".k~t~r

Mesb.u% T4=a.ja, Mw ftm-~
-o Pestmo e a W"LsW1


past ye'ar, :1e sun, uf pl.Is8.o 1. t65,
Tje plenloatn nrll for the y*.tr lsn79
catllied 170.104.ti, tud I9 07 Irt it amunti
ed to $932.CG7. For the )cvr 01U'8,
it fits estimated that h !at U Otte)t aAlll u
Pall out to Ipenslouerr, and t!!at this
alotant will be annually lcvrert-asl, the
de.0Ih rate ec'ec'dlug the nitibte r ofi
pe:uaIioa.ere who may tit, wle.itft.'r
thlis )(cr.
I'elnsioncri of all clAoses animctnt',i
to 15,2101S la 19(K, and In 10t,74 the
nun1lr leri ad roa fltip li;l3, bin 0,14
1%14 (.(1' A by 110f 1 44404I~~a I l'..v
Stag an liwivitiv tg f 44411 4i%%*!t t'ov tilitil
bvr of vet ivioauga (in th he r-. i.-(or Cie
year l1911G.
FIRE SWEIEPS CAROLINA ToWN.


Entire Buelne Se lctlon and Many
Residences We-e Destroyed,
('olumbia, H. (., Jan. 27 'Ise en
tire bulnrsse action and many fine
reld4sones were destroyed by Ire at
tennettsville 'rtday msorninl. The
totaJ ealtmar l Ino is over $100,000.
SThl fre started In the Skye Hotel.
A high wind fanned the flame until
the entire hleok was in aphes. Theo
town was *without fire flihtlin appara
tup.
Pre'elrt J. J- Herkar, of 0t 1
Ioeasatauvitl And Cheraw Rn'tl
company, was aloplasI I the rsy
botel, where the el orlfaated4 aun
broke his leg la Jmplag from ti
eoud story. One of the resaidees
d41troyo was that of Jude* J. II
Hudson, preeldest of the South Caro
lina Bar aaUociatloa.
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UNITED MIMS WORMIKIS.

PatrPtk OMssa, tf PIlttab Dietrltl,
Turned DOwn by Delegate.
Indiaapoells. lad.. Jaa. 1. --he
delntate to theb oaVeastlo of the
United Iltale Mile Worhker of Amer
tea by unaaal u rotle atlurday re
fuIsrd to eat Plt tnl s of Readleg,
lPa. former preldet of the milers of
the Pittsburg dlitret.
Th report of the erede4tla tlvm
Ial' ',* ,..' 1e noo re!oaendation a nd
the whOle matter was laid on tho table
without a diseM tll vote Praldent
Mitchell called fm the report* of the
r. .,lutloas rmaltte*. Most of (he
reo Ilulsse repot ed a w'rr, ,-f minor
lamprane Thsre conveltirn avilfaed
to.eretary-Treaurer HIlywud of Itoa
Western Fr iratioe of Miners t n s
dress It Moaday

TRIASUlEB SIIKIRS' ILL LUCK.


TEN CENTS A W*.


MAY ARE HMELES


lysterise Expis Starts



LOSS WILL EXCEED $100,00

Two Slock In Heart of Boineeln ee
tlon WereU urned--eotle Pled In
Night Clothes nd Suffered Intenee.
ly from the hitter Cold.
Madic(ln. WVli.. Jan. 27.-A my.
teriou expi elot in a hard coalJ soVe
early AsiLrday aornnlo started a fti
w hlc:t delo.t)ed the greater part of
ltit bhkkm In the heart of the buat-
iteimis s lftleli of Mai l4 a
The loss iu l exceed H$100.000.
Many peii. ns are left buomless 814
without fItol and same In their night
cloithis sufunf r lateinsely from the m.
vore 4-:dl In try)in to save coDtoent
of ti' s~, anil relitBosM.

DYNAMITE BOMBS


Exploded In Front of Homes of Prohl.
bitlon Advocate at Girard.
Colntlabu ita ., Ja.n a1..- -,Fouig
bltI ln1 tihe 4 il,rinl ari of Ihe lAw anrd
Orlder 1l4Ii e at (ltrard Ala, and per-
*SuH iI il~itIol t(Lo th prohibltion laws,
reacH i. ts helightl rrida) aliht whor
dymnailae b onil were exploded Il
front of the reshlenesa of C. T. OQt
ford, prersldntn of Ite league, and two
Olrard nlnlstors active in lth lea1 ue.
No damage was dune to prisons or
property.
The explosion followed the arrt of
six iste, three whites ad three me
sre.m. for vlolatllg the prelMlkUo
law. Th1 .4w ad Order Liae
pw~re out eleven warrants es t1aas
milttes meer* by a doetwv"e who
uare he It o elaee to the whlli
vedors that *e of them s* efl to
take him hato the buelseed a a ot,
re.
t muek fe01IB6 was eagedeKid
against the Law sad Order M ag
that the ODeMr wwe moved to iW
s a statemot. in which g M b
that the resetme agela the ee.
aIsUot e i swtarratd.
Otrard tl Just serois the river fp
Cnumbus. I(a and the heavy eIgS
sloes *re heard here.


*"t.AOK NHAND" TTIE.

Wealthy Denver Man Resolvedl dO
Demanding Sm f of li,000.
lieaver, 4o. *. Jas. -lbwart
(*hase. oae of the eal(thlst mea I
ievor, received la hleI mall Thurlay
a letter loe tbh "black band" Ok
Maudlin brat he deliver Vr.dy alglt
( sea of $1.000 to a assa wh
wold met him aU the eaorer of lV-
te(nrtb ad4 Lake setrrte ad WI
wvuld eakhe himself hauwa to ooboe
by itakag *o ble hlet ad bhodlag it

At (he aeIeaCe hofr C(hef of P,
lice l)Ie sy a48i several d etetUl
seerMted tbeItre t he o It elViCaty a.


M'. Diers Attend Sor.A efr ritteenth and slake sewts bW t
Lest Geld6In Meuee. IOIfelrlmsa aesthr o cat 1he iet tev
S OPreeeu. Calif. Jam '7 _- am l
More Esster hs $atlO4e.1 P te eorts
99 C. R. hows".on 4it1"lonst Iotee goouu S40hCowher Sweltdee.
or the ,.d Wet* tml Ieo .i MS. olm: INWl Kano ,Ja 27 W. L4
Sacilrk. Men Is IaC, 'q the b'uraia (lktAkOf e CauLer of te a U69Pe
Of rft- I'.1. f iarbft' Shall She 4 .1 el I *rLa of IDhiwwuscd aIlswee
It* tGmn eat. A ettar ye t i("* Vttto bad lo li hiss
boe rrier vspa,#*,rt Eteo Ir e* *IWet& c ula o the beak. ort wet lOs t
iiC'SS*fl onc,)OU alM-10 1, a b.a Oma f eVnb0'e srhot sd kirb.1' himelf a#
a lance tt"cItoo lderi a la .'oprs ap Ms bUS b A'( )4-atttew 041'..'U Iswla b "
Uws.,$#s ot. S)atrip, asfmmid haI& I!?i. tho ? lams e
14 Ia ito#4',Vum a aM.& S-ft :-"69U', dot) IIIW& tO tae I AIA" As -% i,
at hall: i. 4a sea 041 5f" IF PtasdsmbS tti'e i ,c f4rar of ekwi.
eltl ty J1.t04.4 06 Ae*44010 tho e mob. 11's hord bo Lalsed c44 weI" 6
Ta, wa s&wall mliam 4' o T lervied sad saw S*e
-- -~ mShole c060" N,,'.il tothe bea" wPth
LaoeuaeemOber"6adaflow sad ul a as anthe WO
IA'ilrl9I!. K? )as V: iIs C 7%e Seak of Kdtow s M aeOw
Mock. .osl.r anmbe .f ?th ebWlal ytSWO be'ee Il?41 4 98e by k.p
brokerage f "'i4 t flr, ed father fUter, r wo d 'ad. s IM
ad 111t ^ to 1,t91 her**& *I I&M l rearded a. a elSeg Oe
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J. H. nlackwel, son. James., ad
daughters, Mrp. J. W. BuUer, iUd
Misres Llllle and Jessie Blacklrw
were In tne city from Falrbanks yb*s
terday.
Special Agent Rhoades of the e IOth,
etn Express Coipany loft *I' dm b
Waycross and other pol ti L o, el '
buslno3s. Mr. Rhoade, topth r with
the local officials, is gliig thf publ


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a fine service, which Is apprt atd.
Conntipation causes, adshm, au- a
sea, diziness, languor, hai- pi plta- ,
lion. Drastic phbyil ptpe. o lr e. I
weaken t bowels ad4' ds't e o. O
Dpan' Reg latU act uei.y .l US4 e W O
6oatatIon. 25 cents. Ask Pour

L Wittstock has retu(r, ap. Jp
Jacksonvllle, where he has be s for
the past few days. Mr. Witttock, who
Is a contractor, has ben during O bon
Weral big "jobs." Mr. Wltstok rs a-a '
ceatly finished a fne building for T. MN twotll fr !t1
V. Porter in that city. l4 t0r1it' ooe
Major Geo. M. Bailey of Upiontown, hL&* a
Pa., who is among the party of bnt- rA 'gB
ers at Pahner, spent Bunday In this I _g j= Ti '
city as a guest of his friend, Dr. miW 0 Nfrg 0 g lnhb --
Hersoc. The Major reports his paj all outAbrlu ,
well and having a good time, though Come 8a *e.
pame is not as plentiful as In former .Dotibe wOlSNomi Oti
ears. IrYu ue am d e f e told
Chas. Holstein, the clever youangC Wia Ir d a
on of Mr. and Mrs. H. P Holsteln, agdj i s re im
who had the misfortuneta few days Mrs. pooi to.:al ul
igo to have his foot severely cut on a Opa to wiltof
pvoce of glass, and who has suffered C66m a.
imderaMbly from the !eOeta of this
*rfod, Is out agail, and 'rin soon be
eabled to resume ble studied atl t
school.
Prof. Z. L. Price, principal of the HAVf they reay got g lttd fno
Iee school. was In the city yester. over one milinW e O haklknd
day. Prof. Price stae that the school thousand woms orsnpOIMW of
Ia pvgussaing nicely, end that the at- Uan e the
ta eaoe is ore geod o an average. *PP ..ti, V b at ( #fwr nr.n
The students are manIfestlng a giri d
deal of Interest in their Work, md Come a4 8 '
the close of the term will be o fe of *Th l Advrtiment s only o
which the principal and patron will doubtwMi. Tb1 at M aryot Wo 1n
be proud. who knew bhu theirow p1oIml
P. J. Hammond, the merchant of ~L"e lll I 1 the p
Hawthorn. was a business visitor to V'MI ~hmani
this city yesterday. Mr. Haupood wil ltAloo aiia dbl
recently had the miafortune to lose tld bytt ibt potd.0,,
hs store and took by re, but with Ufoirlg f
oormindable eergy be at Scoeaws a be ta u=It.0na.wjora no
cured another place and 4smtablh. ot imt# A lw a
pd his but-ne"s, whcth has grown to


be one of the largest and most prolat speeding a day or two at home, left
able In the Iest End. yesterday for the Iast ld on their
Mrs. John MilUcan of Parrish who iut round of the county an oetall
has ben brent on a visit to Mrs. H. P. wrk. They a"venjoyed a me t
Holttp for the pt few dan has markabl success. In bvery euon
one to oraha. whroe she will .pe" of the om ty teyr hve found theP m
a abort time wt.h her paret, Mr. aud pe ti good condtlUo, and hre highest
Mre. Chas. Meklinmey, bfore In praise of the farmers, who have
turnin b to her home. As MI Mo made *fe crop and killed lots of bogs.
Kinn Mrs. Millican was gts pop. The smoke-houses and cribs are full,
KInney Mr. Millkce wa -.w pp and the people are happy.
lar In this setion. where she has reand the people a appy.
sided for many years. The OGalsavlle Tallortn Compaly,
ss .. .. .. a J. Blolmham iell, proprietor, ha open-
Mfol Ro abel PedrItck B. I yter ed or business on Wall tret. nat
tor imrtnanbunr, 0.. where se tll door to RobL Ayers' drug tore, and
attend Conves Uollg ono of the m prepred to do all classe of alter
meet widely known edueaUtnal tastl. I n, dyeing, cleaning an d presg.
tttlosa In the koth. he was u a- and will at all times have a full and
complied as far La Jakelonville by complete line of sample from which
her father, C. C. Pedrick. Mtis d to take. orders for clothing for both
risk's younr friends here will mlu men and Iladlmi-lndle' dress good.
ber very nmutch, but wish her much a suncialty; ladle,' parlor' in cotn.
suceess in her studlel. nerthn A tallr ha% br.n employed
Miss. 1.t Frarrlr. the refmlentt and and Illl be p'r.leare.l to turn out your
popular te.,rher of the Arredondo work promptly ant guarantee a p'er.
school, aftte*' xoni'nitli Hunday pleas. feet nit
antly with her Iarent sat Alachua. T.. IP. v\, a w.,l knnw t ,,td tur.
passed through the city yesterdayy ,n I( .tfutl .4ruck-r ..f Rocky Point wai
route to her duttles. )lo.nds of Miis tra dllhin Itn the i> e.terdlay Mr.
PItlfer will be llad to Itarn that he, liavla states that the trops at Rocky
nurltlon Is greatly Improved. 8bhe 'Point worth saving werv protctkecd
was quite Ill for several weeks havtnol froi .the recent old. The only dam-
bite coirnueil t t tho huipilal In thti a,'% *a to kltueo, and the market
ity. pricec on that product has been so low
3 II. Klith of Wllcox was among recently that it may really be com
those ho I'it yvestrdal I n thbl cit) strued au a bleseag that the same was
Mr. Kiltn wun f( r tsevtrcl years *l. dle,'rsttry The letta e shipM ts
ga*nd i the,' Iholu|hate htln l (ltwes at I i. ,, > ,. 1l proved a I s to the
Duttou. later luotht in Wtoilr le KIrow*r Fn a rtit ductWkm. Itut In many
has ddelded to l tos% this erttom. bow. Instanrlue-i th.) hare be~n coumml'led to
ever, and mili Ilea% tin a short Uta* s t*al :1 t !.,'k t I'nv the f'reght.
for Ioutbhwet Texas. heltr' he has - -
brot ther. T I Ktth .t th Ir -r set Prer.ment VSeet Virgl4ian Olad.
Ila buslutnev Mr Ke*lth'i Ios'(,ic1 ." r*.N. :. W \s Ja4 2? -Cb-a.
will be I taio. Te'xn\, r t',i.) ho,:' tr -e 'ars etf s o
W. It iiadon n r it tr t f(e a 'cr N It I.* &t.. s al Nrt. I
....m r ..I. wh r t 1. .for tf .'aV t 1' 5 "u)t V S Sout',*ru m1i1
Ja. wmia. berr 'heu r '1 <,, au 1. s,) t f the arg
the te.t few day t n a t.s.t lt r.tr, ma ,. ,I, .& ; oro to
'.f : ".. 1 sOet oe at llo
Ilvre and atteliniU Ltho MA.%. .I Ht,( \Itrlt. .; ;j atlurday tu( ap
,;ran4 ltd, fuittn.a, A iti.i. ti iSlt. I p .. I .' was one ,f the richet
;nin,' of the rt''ewrat,us of' t'he t' I es *s teie i~*t( \'o ( Virglata
tetuI.'l IartIual his abieew M II i t
,. -I. n Il, 'eubmi tted I' taking thet d a ..
st- .. the bhritnes i n NMaor. ar, d t J
d. .. .. hlt. be f. w. a lithr mor. e at t.Jt.
hi" r, -Atoo muat. i ys tw tOneD oseC
tn ,. th aoo: ciat, ah
tmc b 5itJ .d 4 aitr W. W. Cotoa. after CASs*. T sit 4* 4 a


'iCamV P dr Oeg ut out of

The rj ibtable Carrie Nation, of
hatoer G=e, passed through Lake-
land toe y I night on route for TSo -
pa: Her ,lt to tae State was qule
unextpee.d u s he cae unhearaldod.
She s4i M Isent viUtng friends at
~ra6de t rand sheo 1 peo to tR-
Matoan giIate aevae rt ek, work*
Ing for cause of prohibition.
A Lkeiand gentleman who came
down em the aroe trpla that conveyed
MrI, Ial" ,tells an incident of the
trip tlMtrative of this good lady's
remiarfto methods of winnins poo
I pie OV to 5r why of thinking. Pas-
1ti ll ~ h the smoker to the day-
Sooa Ashe notiWed a macsave Arcadia
Cracker with a cear to his mouth.
The IsL was bendin forward, wiping
his baal with a handkerchief, and
the Set Intimation he had of the
lady' presence wa when someone
struak the cigar a blow that sent it
lylirg oroee the ear, exclalming,
"Take that naaty thing out of your
mouth, ad quit that dbiutlna habit,"
or words to that deect *
The richA, outheri blood of the
Areadima roee to the occasion, and
without stopping to "consider the
so-,e" be drew back a mighty flit
to ainfthlate hlFwould-be reformer-
somtmw e called a "butt- n." A com-
paaln hatlly Interfered: "Don't
it~lk loha!I It's a woman."
John palwed, flt in air. "Well, by
-gam (this Is not the word John
used, bu It will serve here); so she
betl ye hadn't ben a woman, I'd
a asto m d ye to the floor!"
ML Nation decided to allow the
Cra r to smoke the pipe of peaoe ti
pa0e amd hastily retreated to another
car.-Lakeland News.

KILLS CATARRH QsRMS.
Sufferer Will be Intrested In Speclal
OfRer r A W. MeCollum 4 C.
The umpeal offer made by J. W. Mc
Colum & Oo. to refund the purchase
prioe of Hyomel to aj peron I itt
alls to benelt, shows their oo afdence
n the. remedy, and should dipel all
doubts as to Its curative powers. Y
do et rtik a cent in testing the bed.
a vrftues of Hyomel, for J. W. Me-
ollU A 0o. take all the risk of Its
IvItn saUtIfcon and leave you to
bo the as to whether it eosts
you anytng or not
There ti no dageroug stomach
drugging weo Hyomet Is ud.
Breathed troagh the neat pocket In.
haler that oes with every $1 outft,
Its heelng balsams destroy all grms
even I the memt reote air cell and
quck recovery follows.
If you suffer from oralve breath
raising of mmou, aneszing Ita, husky
voice, discharge from the noe, drop-
pInES from the throat, or any other
ca hal symptoms. betin the use of
Hyomel.
MYSTERY 0FP HADLESS WOMAN.


Chiage Pelce ele They WillII ese
Unravel uppOeeId Crime.
Chleao. Jam. ,-Ooaeof th etrau.
n mysteries la years, that of the
headlesss womaaa." whose body was
found an lake Michbiga at the foot of
Slxth street, last Monday, la proba.
bly oa the rger of solution.
bt poli(, who bare been seeking
to letra tie 1oeatky of the woman
as the Arst step la anravleg the
crime which tey think has bees eooa
mltted, bave reasw for thinking the
woman tI Mils Jentie rPlehbmasn,
Iormerly a stlmaorapher for "Tip"
OX1eill, president of the Western BaD .
basl laMgue.
Mlai File :hmann has not bcen sees
by her frhi.mA incel last October. aLe
tlten spoltke her mothOr. saying that
she lived in New Orleans.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONR DAY
Tak~ LAXATtIV BROMO Quinle
Tablet. 11 refund osey It
it to a W OROVWS ae-
eatem is on eab kbo. s,
5-
Case Was ithse.
Cttcage Jaa. M--b,. Benm i
1,. Retca-s who led the arrt of the
'"aer'i'.d Thureday. ad who was
arr's V.t S%,Lr bht with the pollee.
a hr~ *-' rrail It. la the Hiarrtti
tt ,* c'argeu of dilorder ?
.,:. .: i ~tagk a r iet. He e
B a > j ; ry trial, and the case *a-
e I' ::f(U Jan. ;.


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ails h t 11 o'clock this

is meet, Is A h* o the pr.-
of dissIlI Os the i0soa of
Dr. Waddedl S pidrtr oft the
byterlum chIr m t Ate r, which
atioa 1V j Ust vlWt with re.

Dr. Wadde la I *LA pieer, and
served his chak hithftly; bet
g to ill ith e b ha ee coam-
to res ie iot mintl.
trust tAt be 'vil tua e aul-
ty to a Coep et r harge at no
htut day. 0
The annual meetinof athe corpora-
B of the ProebtePi church of
Ialeevllle will "a be held today,
gInnuing at o'eMld this afternoon,
anmedlately after whe the annual
meeting of the congreation will take


OFF ON A HUNT.

eriff Fennell of ThiO Cty ad Friends
from the 1 f After Deer.
Sheriff L. W. FR nel et this city.
ho is one of the most enthusiastic
kd ambitious haters, to the 8tate,
a gone with bi rthed, John Fen-
ell, of Melrose, sad other friends, to
he swamps of the Ocklawaha river.
where they expect to make a big
"haul" withln'the Mxt two or three
days. .
Shriff FeuneU stated on the occasion
o( his last trip4o&t he believed there
was plenty of der and bear In that
section, but for softe remon the party
with which he wae associated eemoed
unable to get them. With this feeling
of confldenoe he returned to/ the
grounds, and feels sre this time there
will be "something doing."

June Sanderson Married.
InfurmaUon has Just reached this
city of the marriage of Joale Sander-
son, which occurred at San Francleco,
Cal.. on a recet dte.
Mr. Sandersan Is a Oainesvllle boy,
and is well known here. For sonar
tim e e wa employed by The Sun.
and has held other responsible poel
tions with credit to bhiself.. His
friends here will extend the sincerest
congratulations.
Gainesvillel MueSol-OrDmatle Club.
A business meeting will be held to-
ui;ht (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs.
C .1. Richards, at which a full attend-
ance is desired. Members will please
bring full score with them.
W. B. CADWALLADER.
Don't let the baby suffer from
.zelnaa, sores or any Itching of the
skin Doan's Ototment tgies Instant
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COMPLIMENT TO DR. ROGERS.
Elected for the Second Term at Presi.
dent Baptist Association.
Friends of Rev. S. H. Ito,. rs 11 th l
oety and elbsthere ft'l Emtc or til.
Compliment nald hinm it ih.. I.ie. ... i


of ofleers for the ensuing cva;r at the,
State Baptist ConventJon, which hat-
been In session in Plant Clt. for the
past few days.
Dr. Rogers has served the a.ss 'ia
tion faithfully for the Iast year as iti
president, and so well pleased was
the association that he was unani
mously reflected "to try his band
over" for another year.
Dr. Rogers is one of thli. mnot elo.
quent and most earnest of the lRap
tiat preachers of the State. and bib
colleague appreciate his services and
his ability.


IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.


Marshal Arnow Had Big Haul on Crap
Shooters Monday.
There was an interesting session of
the Mayor's Court Mlo~!da,!% afternoon,
when Will Hughtes. i. Movers. l'eter
Brown, Sam Watts nlna Jo;i (;aines,
professional "crap shio(trs." we're ar-
raigned, and fined from $2. :5 to $10
and costs each. T'he'y we\\r, rrestt'4
by Marshal Arnow lo olnay morning.
John Danlels was a imentlir of the
"gan," but made his escape over a
roof, making a "droll, It is said, of
about fifteen feet onto a% shed, and get-
ting out through a ha.llway.

Prof. Hemstreet, the Hypnotist.
Prof. Hennstreet who appeared bo-
fore a fair-sized aiuditnleci last night
at the opera houm., i.adi a decided
hit with those ire': c't
The demonstration (of this strange
art by the PIrofs -or w~ as very Inter-
talinng and sliecv, il plaill) thee tulwr-
lorlty of nlklti i)N,\ r ii;att,'r A Iui lne'r
of local gentle iti'n ~ 'rer in\ite'd upon
the stage anid wirr .I'n In a trance
and then the fun lieCgaI and it was
one roar of laughter until the close
of the entertain n te t
Prof. ienll street i a g'ititi'tilalli
and his perforni;it,'e ij e 1 i an d very
entertaining. lie' will ble at the opera
house again tonight, .andl our people
should not nissll setritgK what in indeed
a wonderful exhilitioll

Baraca-Philathea Entertainment.
On last Fridaly ';.\lI|gK a very de-
lightful entertai IIineIr t was given by
the unlon it.,rae'a ard Philaties
classes of the MN.ilthodlst and DIaptit
churches at th,' .-ernilnary Imlldluig.
The meruh rri w r. %,r)y pleatantly re-


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Is to learn. ,s to the relative standing and reliability of the leading mriattuW
era 6f media, iual agents, as tilh min t eminent physicians are the most carUet I
the uniform quality and perfect purity of ntrmdies prescribed by them, and it ( 10
known to ph\sicians-and the \\ll-Informetd generally that the California Fig
Co., by reason of its correct nmthods and t*er t equipment and the ethical character
its product h ls attained to the hihi standing in scientific and commercial circles
is accorded to, successful and reliable houses only. and, therefore, that the name of the
Company has Lxcome a guarantee of the excellence? of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc-
oess and crdlitahle standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With prowpr knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and ot effort may he made to contribute
to that end anld the use of medicines dispensed with gene ally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy nmay Il' invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alikt important to present
truthfully the, subjtet and to supply the one Iwrfec't laxative remedy which has won
the nppoval of physicians and the world-wide accepltancce of theV Well-informed because
of the excellence, of the combination, known to nil, .aind the original method of manufae-
trre, which i known to the California. Fig Syrup Co. tonly.
* This \valualhle remedy has eIwto long and( f.a\'uitbly kltnown under the name of--
Syrup of Figs- -and has attained to, \\oilld-witle nc'ce'ptianc a the most excellent of
family laxati\ts. and as its pure laxative prtlnills. oli.tainttl from tSnna, are well
known to ph.i ,icians and the Well-Inftornte of th- t\ oild tt b' the' Ix'st of natural
laxatives, n~ I.iave adopted the more, elnalioru.te n.intc oIt S\rup) of ligs and Elixir of
Senna-as inCle fully' descriptive of thle inieldv. Iut dilillt'ess it will always be
called for by !the shortr name of S% rup of Fitg and to ,get it-. Ilvneficial effects always
note, when p nuitiiasing, thei full name' oft tihe ( tl lani.y t'Cilifornia IFig Syrup Co.-
plainly print, d on tihe front ot ev\rv y p;ckane, li'thel vyou simiplny call for--Syrup of
Figs-or Iy) tI lul ull name-S rup l Fig anind t ili\ir 'Ilo Se'ii u as Srup ofii Figs and
Elixir of Sen:.i is the one laxative r, Indyv Inatiulactu"te1'l \I tle' (CaliIornia Fig Syrup
Co. and the s.un.i h,.retotoore known l v tlhe n1.une1 Sti| elp l'i;.tV whii'h has given
satisfaction t, millions. The g. Ui i. (It s.l I l I\ !l aling li; lLtgit( throughout
the United ,-t.ies in original p.i l.,.*, t ,i., i. ., t1e i tlIr police of which
is fifty cent, ier I ,ttle.
.Ever\ I ttle is8 sold u1 t l i tW t r t m i;Ll l u1ntl e .I' th.V Com'(I itm ,, hiled with the
Secretary ct .\( A ri iltlilre', nt \\'.. .t inet n. i, . (. th t tii), I, in l\ i ', ,,t aulltleratod or
niisblrandt d 'l thlti tll te ih- i. ,; t il Lhi'. F'I d d1t I l llh \tt, J.iu 3oIlh, I.).

CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.


Louisville, ly.


JONIIVILLI JOTTINOG.
Jonesvllle, Jan. 27.--1 A. Pickett
has returned home. after a pliaNant
visit to his daulbter, M r.. .1 I .'w
ler. of Greenville.
The many friends of Mrs. Miller
and daughter., BCll, and Mrs. II. A.
Pickltt, will retgrt tl hoear taliu thu'y)
are very ill with In grl'l...
(' V. GrimAn or Jacks ,vlll' loltedl .
ri.-- 1. &#% rm la t i v-l i..... rmIm. 0 tw.I I


Iceivcd by Mi-'-- Fr-iinull and 1 'iU r~IV, H'rw IC
Costa. aiid Ni l' rlisi' .1 W. Miller cef Ne's herr) isi d
The progrwn if Oil -'e eriin1 cAW iis is arintlhert' 14uiwld
listed of it ill ii- dlei t 1)Nlilas... I re. N 9 Andre' sand litte son.
nell and I'ei %,,,;if by Miss andel.Mrs. Wardfn of Titoga. visited at
Mary [)uctle ,i l,*-I iI -% Ikliautit.; 0,the 'I-ton:.' tit ro %% .1 fl~aitliai'.ee ide
couiccl Uu)el'lIi' Me Mr. Dayton, lncit Aeev'k.
anid Inforr i i 1,,- 1,% em r,4 11ciie -.r I Tilel little fnfint .-eefr of Sir and
and Slaey .11 r W. W. HpIre's sc i laid to rest
After the r' :i 'e re tre -heI niit S i Ico nt-e n'. rI lee \I, 'tr~e.
istlig ce( .if lpicke olives,'l d. dle'. day Thi-ir aia fr; -4tot'
cakpes. eu i.. ;j j II we-rv' served. Dh .l1 ii Igeli Iv., .1111.
it Isj I..i j I, that the eso ii '. There will be. a "% upjwr at Mrs
'A4) cdeby all pre-o r
-l ~ :TIo ry 31st it It In10%.te few tIw- t en ftlli
Of J.,teserille church All are Ivijtvd
Will a F Imnprovementa. It1, 41111 you OU llI I t al en. a
i- .hi. Ihuttnu hank tti- Nos-ru1 in Insa
COflnteni-lato 1,, tkel t wnl extce'*1 ff [I iMCGIl0 1 Cole, wa herea os
Intertir I e..h ur ie.:. l:s It w short tme'.ek'bustoem" lesu wee
and %Ih' 0 1-I 1Itis %14 .they' are W.J. .Hamilon Wf 'e wberry tir.lod
ba% Inx Ifg il-' i t. %, l.a1di1 tao the' p, here. )Snpday
ond fltir of ur.' ir buildlflg transferrii'd *" ot our Iit"I bolks art' takin
to A pnltit 1,' *t ta, ttha building s dt Adt of oupm0l foLlk tAe.0 takin
the lI~e'ui~r ~-:.e'. i~wu ottire. whlrh dale0 hscllwahr n
the 1,11 au'l S:Ar1" r 14-11in0411"- hl are having a hew chilling sad sausage
%iI1 ll ajy r.r t, vi,-Iin In the illitery Iuma r
oTft het baiik j, fir Ini.-revetalrt s. d t Miss [ul. WGiffil l tlded church
be-- e1,,P1119 crii tolahesal In tilawbtury SndA) Aso was tadly
br4 '' :f..b t e the lauod t" & h to mlWisd at Panday P' Ym4 &mUiA
% my r w: i :1,z t ": d w which th d lO n s T he w tit a r has ti i fl e et fur abou t
th.. t ._,! 11A. Arid shirk tho PlaneR
Ipro% I" 'I .. .y.tb 1 "1 b y -E.r'uI*-ujz.s two maes afid I,#; to ,. lid Il
of br~b imt,.,what wo we Jopsov, 1iir i'4 5sw. dl"9g1
W b my1 t my (!it t*. tf ellir b#I
iTo'sM-t'ct5' MeeIflad jolilist youngl 70"1 Clzesi j EW -e.
tllpped over so %'SAhola a a6ta
Tb.( olc!r' nclt:n1 th the cW Cl trala1 &-a bbe td. Well
T U 'a' ,.'. 'i a the resrdenE of i*.dshaw )I .. qsre a aurpri..
Mrot T j. j!. 60 W"4 Mak Hae to &U Mx'r Mesds, WA we rtlb thow
well a~tt'~ted .."tefll matb~ef. with
thi-r little rbl)dttl &and others. be110 311 1u6ii 1'spkw "( miab Isewlle,
phsenpot So--1-
This n on ld 01 Go s SagreeCGO""
and musical bumbim aftff whjeb d4W
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&C asAn... ... Jtr slid Pl-- -.
Sa. JL z HU'rT. city Iu r.

Sg. PIRlITT it ComPeianRooms.
Or;:iE: olRTI:ER 1ocK..
fW. Main iet, s. TaLroMw 4O4
'TM ")A.v I t ., pubtlishedb evry mornainges
'* MN dl.y, delivered by carrier la theb city. or
ssieU to an part ofe theUnited States, pota
bem, for $5*r yet- .L. *. months; t11.athre
eMath; o, so cass f, Ave weeks-otrietly 1e

a edlws notices In loal olumna o cents a lie
p Al inertion. ad a aenlts for each additlonl
MsW e'r display advertising made known ma
-- -- nl I
"jhTwlti-Week Sua is an eight-psge, forty
a1lt paper, published every Moddy sd
a AB1y, an d contatis all the aes of the
o_ ,octd, state and general, and will be
Siud, potage free, to any r'rt of the United
S stls or Canada, for is.ooa year-ln advance.
A ad irtrsing bUll become doe after Ar
1 ppssec of advertisement. aule s otherwim
S-tAd Ia contr ac. Prtil sMot kowI t
IAbe roqulrbd to pay for drertldlgl iaed
M. Addrs,. TAl2 D)43T WN.
Gaa1u Dnam Van,.
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If the fact that you havr iometblhn
to sel l l important, make your ad*
wertlsng of it Important.

At any rate, nothing ha bern heard
So Admiral Evans bombarding any
SInth Ameralon ilasbn fleets.

Yes miAdt be able to uoy a business
1' Iourself with a part of your ay.v
bg Ie Ask for what you want through
A Olatled ad.

Plt' the evidence up to date It
Sbbt as though the Thaw family had
dA. itste hare In keeping the Lbaame
h ths a In a Job.

Booker Wahblanton makes It plain
t Tuskege has one thing hi comrn
a *, with other educational Insttu.
SMm-e--It needs the money.

Army ofloers who survive the riding
b et ean loek forward In a few years
being given optional trials on dirtig
Sie. baloons and aeroplanes.

PO Ts papers that are thirstin for
M len oas lay aside their American-
Wf -eee war scare fot awhile and
b Ia their attention to ~1oreco.

Rssian dispatched to the effect that
Std Navy Department grafters there
had stolen a whole fleet of torpedo
be at would Indicate that they are a
pretty swift lot at any Mate.

Ift the proupectlve cot of the l'ana-


ma Canal Il toIlii
100 with each fresh
be a xood thins for
SIUna and cunfie',
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to Jump $100.000,-
esntiate, It might
them to stup eatl.
thuneselve to dig-


A better plut-t' it )ii'e, ut sawo reaut-
I.'
e~-r iallits 5 le it t lwtwxr~mit.
~-. Wst-r twice, as ItIwk &t lIlal', it a
"so" Increase ill ret-c atsltOthrc of
mthes thitague ire' I-isitmlt' i if you watch


There will 'N. im-'mu twoeeaomny lit &p.
peintiugr (wml ''rmuuil Nl~nt4wu~im 14,'w'r,'ari
War attt'r M it t 'rt metitotit. I'le
two are maevor o .1~. 1the' ilso'four
Goverimr M aiu tx, u to v Oalft chair
without hwehi Ig Itilitul.

maikiam In limu' lthe u111% 4* citmu liti
the is at-lor of litit Il*1il lw 111t01th
-Agatl o whlnkv3'6ll exeuI d. lh~itl
is the cmite'r tel the S~tatlid a hali'.t,&
861Mtransalkrtatlwun facilities, the
U11oe diAlt Pt i'tglti Ito rreali, a Mol.


Mr. liumho's ke' .tm ut utmgh
own buuivull.,wa ii s e'iv4mir A Nw''
York. Just *Ai Ilm1utm,1Ii t- 0111 wt t-trt-
whether ho vk;,- %. r !. ~It it t .f tt.,
United $tatem. tr '!,,it I%- ri\ i
Ijsl aow iew uLt I ;* -.

s tiso 1104l, of cin th t Ill t 'it
It is hard Ito :'*.

l'A tithoIsas Oi% k. IaV! itII


burning boats in the navy Is because
the Government Is afraialof the 8ltM.
ard Oil Company. Perhaps Itt I a
wholesome fear, but It Is a.remarkable
confession for the Government to have
to make.
For three or four years pat the
Navy Depaitmeat has been studying
the problem of li-Jburning boats, and
for a year there have been extensive
tests made with the smaller praft. The
tests showed what observation of the
British experiments already indicated,
that oJ is a better fuel thean eoa.
There has been mch done with of
burners In the British ngvy. Many qf
the torpedo boats and destroyers havp
beoeno ttod with liquid fuel apparattl.
Some even of the larger cruiers have
used t. It has bees demonstrated
that oil Is easier to tranljiIp at se,
than coal, that in the same bae s mon
fuel can be stored, giving the beat an
Increased steaming radiu, and that 1.
is easier to hMdle and reduce tlh
number of the crew that must be er
ried. ', e British navy has such a
big fl6Utill of torpedo boaa that It, e
found it pays to put In its own mtt
steamr and establts oil depots over
the world Just as it has coalin sta-
tions, so that now a British naval ves.
sel burning olI fuel oan go from Eng.
land to the China staon and find. fuel
supplies all the way. But this s Im-
possible for the American Navy. It Is
explained that 'the Navy. Department
would have to purchase Its liqtd fuel
from the 84odard Oi Coppany and
that It h Impossble for the Govern.
ment to pt4Ifself In the position of
belng at the'~berf of one corporation
for its sinewp of war. The Standard
Oil Company; on the other hand, does
not care particularly about selling
lquid fuel to the navy. It means sell-
Ing crude or almost crude oil, and the
Standard can make more money out
of refining oil tnan t can selling It
erude. father a pity 91 course that
we cannot have the beet that is going
In naval constructlon, b. t there is the
situation. The Governments is help.


The presence of such a large as.
gregation of colored ministers from
every section which have been gather.
ed together here at the conference of
the A. M. E. Church, assumes the na-
ture of an object lesson to the more
shiftless brother of the negro race.
The* men, In the majority of cases,
have labored arduously I n an effort to
reform 4at elevate the lower element
of their race, and If their advice was
heeded there would 19 aed for fewer
Jalsa and penaitenlar 4 AtStsM to
the baooe of virte 4 e O rater,
and until the negro decide ts educate
hinielf be can look for and expect
but little. Those negroes who, through
high ambition, have become educated
and are trying to turn their race
from the downward road. deserve
credit. aind the better elemiieint of white
peoplol are willing to anilst them.


Hontw .leumm W. D en hamu, at tom.'ti mme
nwelttsr of t hi 'tit, gloo ltmlemorefromtt Ia
rieaw coutolm. Most In Nimitlccllo wima itie
0:trd ltt. Mr t eniiwmn %t- f, for wiieri.
yvwars pluldl iwli-ntit 1 hc Kl'%o'. 4t Olt
uien, ift'rwordp tI-hll *libt a itpape'r at
Vl iw ncaIla. him ltfor ohs- i. nit oitir anr*
haits 144-11 mm pu~loicid 1In tthe ts'm'"'imt wit'
luarftut.'ttlit tim.ll '411'e1tu~ttolli'rmi et 41ce~
!tIl %it-l4 mu~'.i' a it brotbe*r sof
Colo W~It IbrIttima ma, ft o 'rut sriv .iqrin.
tomw'.itt if tlii lorieura 'umth'rnHIattll
vts n tm Idltuw ggene'ral numamumgeri ot the


Sot w t .erl'ndolumg min't I-~'ifiA o~llege

titmmtimu f-r thott' et fit of l't 'a-
Im- *' m'm rv i tuaw.itl Mmirg'otes

rSTAYS 01t0em'. 1, 1 rNor Toim gm'i.


I I % 4% Co. %I%
k u '' ake, th t halt
u* ~ in ~ tinr of t~ ~ ii''I
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U~~d t l'cot rit S"114.ne a'r
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'IIItti l I t


),L M. ORvM.
I Mt irsally regretted.
It w'tir plYe P e o the writer to
Shave IL w him nlace the early seven-
ties whe tbe wa a power against the
black phalanx in/Florida. In 1876
CoL Davidson was nominated and
elected on the Democratic ticket as a
member of Copnress from what was
then the Arst district of Florida, de-
featinl the notorious W. J. Purman of
Monticelo. There was never a more
ffable, courteous gentleman In the
State thaa Col. Davidson, and he was
a power"for good when the white
element of Plorida needed the services
of such men during the seventies. He
represented the first district In Con-
gres for seven consecutive terms-
14 years.

Col. Bryan made mistake In going
to Il;t oky in bDhalf of Governor
Beekhlea'a candidacy for the United
states dea4te. The Democrats of Ken-
tucky ar'badly split, and those of the
paty who are opposed to Beckham
will "get baCk" at the Colonel should
he be nokmiaed for President. The
BookhhaM rtl h I Kentucky has done
more to disrupt the Democratic party
In that BStte than all other influences
combined. He was not fairly nominat-
ed In the primary, and many of the
leading Democrats of the State will
resort to *ay fair means to defeat him.
* Don't try to be "funny" In your cor-
respondeeoo to The Sun. Your friend
may not eajoy the Joke, and the three
thousand 'other readers of the, paper
who are not "on" will not understand
what you are "driving" at. Write on
only one sde of the paper and sign
your name, otherwise the article will
be consllned to the waste basket.

There Is one compenating advant-
age: If Henry Watterson goes to the
Senate he will do a lot to make The,


Congressional Record a readable pub-
lication.

The Cause of Many

Sudden Deaths.
There Is a disease prevailing in tliiR
!ountrynlty maost IosIan erouuisc-% 1 (IeC. ),
tive. Nlativnii~lllit
deaths are caww.tI
hv it-heart 4t'ac-
heart failure or
alplex tY are of teit
tile result of kidl
wev dieiase. If
ki;lney trouble is
Ir 1411OM~d Wallvalice
tile k id 11 ey-j'"114011
(l blWood %vll at-
!ack te organs caluiwg catarrha of
Ihe hlra44tr ur the fiWIners thctuselves
Werak t.owuii a aidvste ai...v cLl b. cell.
Blladdler trouhie alniea4 t alwze re11Iwlt
fTIrloi a derangemtient of tile kldaevss lid
%eltc is OItsali Ii&1 qluickest ba- a frof
treatment (of thle kitlitev vs.Ify ).r C feel.
'ni baullv You can tr\;tae wi0 Iniiitiuke by
takin~i~r. Kil:cr'rs 3 wamp-Root, tile
krnt.idine., liverrP.I II aidliiue. rtewI%-.
It correct* i a:.wbilitv to liholl waritie uaid
4qpllioiP''wiii in Ims it. wiis. (m over.
,.( tAin t hautplealaunt liectkj.lV of Iilig
rotaipe Iv xI toga i otun tlari"wla ig ti dy.
ni to get up Iluaauwvti:av. 4 luriuw the
I tiht. Tueiie1141111,41tile c traor-fiiia
I-t smmIml sthe igheMt for i'% -'iicdrful
cUrv'o l f tile 1111- t distrrs


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CASE GOODS, EXPRESS PREPAID

Delete Rye.
4 Full Quarts ......... ..$ 500
6 Pull Quarts ................ 7.00
12 Full Quart ............... 76
12 Full Quarts (freight prenald). 12.00


Full
Full
Pull


Wlllmes No. 10 Rye.
Qu rt ........ ..... $ 8.20
Quarts ............. 4.0
Quarts .............. 9.00


Old Halifax Rye.
Pull Quarts .............$ 4.20
Full Quarts ................ 6.00
Full Quarts ................ 12.00


ox 401. Jacksonville, Ra.

Speelal Offer.
Idlebrook Whidkey In Drums-Distil-
lery BottUing-Bpress Collected.
100 Pints In druml..............$.33.0
200 Half-Plnts tn drum......... 33.u
Bold only in drum-will not break
drum.
Old Homestead N. C. Corn Whiskey.
One galad'1rg, press paM...$ 2.5
Corn Whlskey-Lbxpre collect.
Rocky r per bottle........$ 1.0
Rocky Ford..per a......... 10.0
N. C. White and j"g.......... 1.65
N. C. Wito B*ltt r.,*... .. ... 2.00
N. C. White., Ple.............. 2.,0


Sunny South Rye. Laurel Vally Cor............ 3.00
SFull Quarts .............4...0 Rye Whikey-Express Collect.
13 Full Quart ................ 8.00 Per Gal.
36 Full Pnts ................ 12.00 Copper distilled and jus........ $1665
Queen City .................. 2.00
Yellowstone Bourbn. unny south ......... 50
Bottle ................... 1.0 Rye Malt ........ .. 300
ca&e...................... 12.00 Hurdle Rye, Special.... .....00
Old Boone-Express Collected. Overholt ............ ...... 4~00
Rica 111Mill .................. 0o
Bottled In bond by U. 8. Government Planter ................... 5'0
1 Full Quart ........... ..$ 1.6 Old Boone................. 5A0
12 Full Quart ................ 1.00 Williams' Private Seal......... 6.00
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Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, FOU.'
THEN PINW RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.



Three Eegant Trains Daily:

"SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"

"SEABOARD EXPRESS"

"SEABOARD MAIL"



Modern Pullman Equipment


The SEAItOARD FLORIDA LIMITlKD--Tolid Pulma vestibled
trains. St AuPctise and Jacksonvtile I, N w York via Rlshme- ad
Washlingtoa. Dta11a Car (a la carte*' wrip. Doble D svwtnn.
leepins car Stateroom lad OberratioLn Cnr Leave SL A Mtle
t11 a m. ad Jacivllle 12:5S p a. d aily, eldng ~g- s
Fr full tInufMtis sad sleeper re4rvations call s- y AM at
Seaboard or writ
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IM
PNOUcED HIS AI

loeOICASE INCURABLEt
Sage i. r to t
S. ..*'-]i Whole Body Raw with Eczema- .I,
bhursday nit l hia" 4 bops Life was Intolerable-Was Even mnit
the coast uM at, t. tI'~rburg Incased in Plaster-Discharged rou
bt fre and .,00inat .tof the from Hospitals as Hopeless. iail(
e re coauMAr b the b flames. the
rhou
t reported -abe SUFFERED 14 YEARS Th
It i report the sI- so sa ble TM
e of the State ,l .o above CURED BY CUTICURA total
,o.000,000 whiskh Is. a tcrease of Mi
Than $12,000,00 ovW the returns "From the a e of tihrni months until ed i1
teen years old, my s. n win's s life qece
j,906. wasu made intol)r- f
Ybe Florida Banluke' Aasoclation it wil ftorm ae mak4
hold its anBnua oangvntIon at St. Was all right until of e
burg Febrp and 2L El ab- or ut ,n hisr. to the
te prepairtoM r4 bnl made / head., lbut we r,.e lon
petersbu+ for the ren ptlon and ne t alarnd at, h the
tertainmeat of the oonvntion. thel ra h egan tomee
spnrti over hi head Ing
and shoulder, and Co
prank F. Bird, a negro, was shot it caused him grt bee
fatallyd b Policeman di..lrnfort. I took
d fatally w .cema him to a doctor and triel half a down meal
ot,. In Jacksoiville Friday morn- other treatmealn, uli with the saOe coun
;Ie, with two otier negroes, rault: no improveniet at all. The
S i rha t diseae gradualry spnrel until nearly Re
broken into the warehouse of the evry, prt of his l)d y wan quite raw. of M
I. I)Knight Company, aM the water We a d to strap him down in el, for that
U.e ed to te a himwnel dradfully In
ot. is sleep. The agony lhe went through nation
is quite beyond words. No one thoulb bors
pensaeola now boasts of an industry we would rar him. The reglimen tal
t no other city of the South pon- doctor, a very clever ma,, pronounced
the cse hopeless; at lkatt, he said the
les that of a whitng manufacthry, only hope was that lie might, if he T
a chalk reanery. It l the Inten- lived lo enough outgrow it to some
L hlL~ l At th et.e We= himad hn in htopitals four
n of the prmotrs to supply the and he wau pronoun d o e o Sna
tire South and a portion of the Weat twort cam, if not the worst, ear
Ith calk. admitted. From each he was dit.
Irth chak. shared s incurable; in fact he got Co
In an interview In The Miami Me- worm under the suttelv, treatments 8. R
At one hospital they incased him in
Prols Mr. Flagler say that work on plater, and this wned to aggravate the
Ie Florida Bast Coast extenalon will toe sorenel trritlly. He looked so vocat
badly that no one likely W go near him ie
Rushed to completion, starting from and b Iie ws n to him. We
ey West and working towards kep trying remedy aft.r remedy, but f d
Swellgot alm,wt past hoping for a to ofl
night's Ke, in ordet that travel from cu me got n ao w puh hop a to o
iami to Knight's Key will not be set of Cuticura Stap. Ointment, ad
terfered with. Resoolvent Pills aka Ipmn-vered with black
tere withem. The result wa truly marvelous He
and to-day he is Iperfetlv cured, his skin 0laio
Sn t ot having a blemnsih on it anywhere. t
A pamphlet alleging a slight to the Mrs. Lily Hedge, .1l, Vaughan Road. coupl
Suban Government which Is being clr- Coldharbour Iane, (amblewell Oresa rhf
sulated in Ybor City is causing some En Jan. 12, 1907." f u e
~lated nY tn oend to earewt d."pot fr free Cu able
hard feeling among the Cubans. It ours Book onTreatnmnt'f Skin Disease requl
is claimed In the circular that the cl R*adlavOam it.rhmbos te nm state.
Cuban minister at WashliDton had not IPl:; Aur. lia 1" Twn,(.. i.. outas
.Arlts. Leases. l. Ld Ca swuon.W.l
been Invited to the Tampa State Pair nirw US a &c U 0,rp.. ,r seop.. m He
when the other ambassadors were. i-- ---- -- --.--- norlth


rnegro who was working in the yard
Uttle Leo= Brooks, the slx-year-old rushed Into the house nid secured a
Laughter of Bumter Brooks, a merch- bucket of water and extinguished the
int of Zuber. was badly burned while flames, when a Ithyician was sum-
standing nedr a are in the yard. Her moned and the child's Injuries were
irea caught re and the clothing on attended to.
the left side of her ipaor was burned O. C. Soudanm re. fornmr cashier of
ff and the body badly blstered. A the Pensacola lank and Trut Com-


pany, has been arre'M.tdl on the charge
of having embezzled funds of the bank
* L *~. I - L*.R~ I. I.. -LA


W Aeee -- g Ie to the sum o r s,.""n I, t II Ir UCI
eAs 61eeer P M a a *a Ies that he appropriated the funds of the
S c m h bank for his own use and purchased
That such is the eaee ha been con- and bond
elusively proVea by I~katloe rearelo Itocks and hmls
Prdf. Unna, the eted uropean eka I -
p V-'allt, declare. that darut I t Mayhe er. a nro who wa
burrod-.up euticle of the sealp. Ed Mayierd. a ner who i
by prasltes destroylnl the vitality ln arrested in Port Tmrnpa for larce-
the hn!r bulb. Thehal becoaer Ifeless 'ny, broke Jail while toeing fed dinner.
In n time, l out. Thh ean b pre. When the sailor brought his meal to
N'twtr's Werpleide skill this dandruff him Mayer" over, owered him and got
In'rm ndn retore the hair to Its natural into the open. A hen he soon placed
l'T'r lee I and abanw by toan ~ mlah ground ,wtee%'n himself and the
**rr:l.le.tIN 09 "** bv theemands of
ri' r,'- ill ,ntlifed that It tI the most officer. He If -till at larK'
S~,rr'. I hair preparation oi the mar- i
k, t tr .I:v,
'"d t1v leadlnl dru rIstsf. nd4 tle. n The "lure' iillk ,irlirtrie," Ih creat
'I,,'" ;fr rhample to The Herplelde Co.. in much ilt-re-t ii' I,'en~ar.i, erl, -


Two 'lift-SO aents and $1.00.
I tOdiford-& CO, Sp*C l Agmts.



SAVE TIM.
1i "yinsg Y BREAD from

KEYSTUIE mUlT



Yeses we have bon. doing b.
Bak mg of haMIejS &of I---
tomteL Are V=So tfu em iho MOW




CLAK A C
11' ?V I a


clally amion0t t1. dalir vlinen Tlie
ordinaiine :;W isnrl41 c(n read for lthl- fir it i,. ;ia d referred to
the cityv ,,,oirl of I. tsith andi harlifir
sanitar) rons, '' foir a report
These twmr'r. *''* r niaindingl th.
nelasure ," 1 t" ril, kp it more
stringent h:ta r i, .r tr',id'-d Its ad4".
tion by tho, (~isl' IIf 0thi, its done
no dalr)n ma i till e- alqwed to se-II
milk In the. frtom the s,,:srI If h.-nlth Shonld the


WOU14
teent


Mooli


It Wht county May so Con.
frentd With SyaTawney.
aelthnton, Jan. S6.--Tie unrglt
lescy appropiration bh'I! ocupled
attention of the hou!e Thursday
he exluslo of ll o llther 'lstpless.
surprise was sprungn :t',,n Onat11r- nlton(
Tawney of the appr ; r Ionr ons *n fr f
te warned the membe-A :hat the 1fn
itry was confmntedl w I the cer- in C;
ty of a $1I0.0Ot0,000 I.t :'it unless am no
estimates for the next 'I~mal ayear
id be cut down mater:.i:lv. keep c
be urgent deficiency bi. a.rrles a Ciurd.
I appropriation oto $24.74.'40.
r. Tawney declared thie he deem* De:
t hia duty to call sltir ion to t0e
sslty of keepag expen1:d:ure with. and ri
'timattJ revenues. 'I do not to
e this statement for the purpose O y
xclting alarm," he a td. "or for cure
purpose of echling an uapprehen.
In the mind of alone regarding the o0
ablliltty of our government to the fu
Small of Its obligations now exit*
or that this congress mny create." In the
entluling. Mr. Tawney t.ilt he had
ulita-'onuervat'le In his state A miSp
t of the financial conditil.i. of the
try. At
'plying to a question b. Mr. Clark,
ieeouri, Mr. Tawny mal e It plain
there would be no new appropti*
ns this se slon for rivers and bar-
or public buildings for ne said
calculations did not iicludo them.
ILLMAN SPOKE ON NEGRO.
tor Advo oted epeal of the Pit.
tenth Amendment.
lambla. 8. C., Jan. 17. -Senator
l. T'Ilman tI an address before
general aarembly rilday night ad.
ted the repeal of the fifteenth
ndment and the encoragement
sitrable Immigration as a mean
raet, ai e laid, Inevlit.hle netro
nation In the taste @ In which the
ts predoshinate.
said that wath the re'iiulr edu.
n fund of the several f rates,
led aith that o ofnorthirn pjlilan.
tits, the negro would aoon be
to comply with the constitutional
rements of the varlous southern
* and thus govern where they
imber tne whites.
believed, from primaries n the
Sand west, that those sections
1 help the south to repeal the Of.
h amendment.
SCANDAL IN HMI COURT.
etrate Plid "Hush".'jlee. eut


Neverthelee N.wspape tew ed.
New York, Jan. 27.-Falyor Me
Clellaa has asked for the e~tgaRgtlo
of 'Magistrate Otto Droe~ folloW.
Ing a scandal as to condltbas Is the
eoort over wbteh he presalde.
The magistrate admitted publicly
that he had paid l0 to a aewaper
man, to sueppree a sory wyl n Is
alleged, desertbe la mettodela it
eoart.
After coaneltag a lawyer, the news-
paper man aseepted the moeey
through a third person, and thea pub.
liibte the fact lt addition to the orit
inal euxpui of the enurt methods.
Why
Should your baby buffer? Wh u be
Is retful a&d rte as. dast expert.
meant on him and use any old thilr
your neighbor reronmm nds. Ply a
bottle of White's Cream Vermifug
greatest known worm medlline and
cure for children's dlseas. It Irmlil
on Its artiol. build up the system(
makes thin, puny tables fat. Mrs J
C. Rmlth. Tampa, e, wrltti: "My
Sby was thin and slrkly could not
retain Its food and erid l alight.
I ued one bottle of White's Cremn
Vertifuge ad In a few ayrs baby was
lausht, happy and well." Seld by
W. W. Johase.


Ins-4 ctirr of the % -t find the -milk to j ---A rM SO war I&"
be watereds adlultritored or impureI tIisOC Fvrsseua Jan I',-O
any rg.'li. a fn* a l l, ben- IIIwIbpd 3miOf 5*7dy tba N. 11 Ilafya aui
and ft' the R1EIi,ff,-t.w thP peilrIt (1u8r09 4 0 0M F *04"d W
will be re-e41 Many ar' Infavor o tr 111l rival r INu iweeo
of thr emr'are. m- IIt will insuIre arl e ore' .t Pa wa ll804
milk beig ,ix ".'1rsdet.a". ft 14 a" tbet tus :.r I0 p.O
aI~em ee the r two roe& 0 0W0
& suits wa1i t a: 't, I. le or
mae'e1. (t tt oald. .mn bUd* ill
I., BROKERS L .41 It $ "A 81 11 NIltbl "


Of MisagIs &loe ow ba
VI" lvab. and 1ea .1mbil bm boo
*If 'n J*7 Teeosa"d04be Was.
?Ir fl s4 w tO bad e ONb
,yr inm"stb..Try a Wde oUmebs.
a pnme Meg o* ran Itflr inia
C~Aat Ilrei.iftoee, 2*
have end usN UWG far "a
i ti I .)C, L
I rop~0&bs


maleWI


lst Fall," writes Mrs. S. 0. "Ui of Tun-
. \. Va., "I was going down by inches ,
':i1tle disease, with great pain. After tak-
ir,hii, Oh l Myl How I was benefittdL I
t well yet, but am so much better that I will
)n taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly'

spite the envious attacks of Jealous enemies '-
vals, Cardul still holds supreme position I
[as in the past 70 years] for the relief and
f female diseases. It stops pain, tones up
rgans, regulates I ADVX
actions, and aids M.e a, w, e
replacement of ~w s~?'T s v
laced organ.
Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles.


WINE CA AUD I
OF CARDUI


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Sale


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Monday, Feb. 3rd

I'flivvr %,ilI Iml. -41-l0 iia A I' I'l 'N, mider foI ret- uistr

himlissrI 'r sEmilxmvI 'l. Thre- w-11 l,.y to it no.mr, lfwhltof
gvw..l rllrM. i ace, Ivbo g ill. I nill o II to n aInEt l Suliov,



114 .'very i, fw ~;, ii. 1 if 1-IfI orH e om r Muth, will 01.,
Well 140 ;alid-i. ullfill-$ i t.,r- m'Ale ro'manl IL IIy Iv cll- 4111


T4jj'i I I I !- iI 04'N I ~ ~' g. eimtilv aireV e.t ~~I
1.' 4 livrevia lilt envolt)'*, wllhMIi
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P Jd 3 at- eJ rlntrure. "46
-esefeas *a:3Kstr e

A O.... ...Ator nd Pubhlaher.
11S RBTa ..... .. ... Cir dMdkr.

.i. PRaw rTT .upit pomwpolln0RoeO.M
OPFIC: I'ORTIR B )CILD
I 1W. Main Greet, TtLrmROWls 4*
nn ')A,.v 61n, publisbed every amorainloge
ot N M mdy, delivered by carrier in thb city, or
M. le to any part of the 'ilted States, postag
s. lfor $S a yer s. eax months; (.is three
mthe; Cam f, Ave weeks.mrtctly i

a mNiJll oeslwn local column to cents a I
brklt iuetlo. sod : cents for eachadditionl
il orM' display Idvertising mde known on

1 Twe Week Mun km Is eighti-pg, forty
b paper, pMblihed every Noodly mad
*' .Mljy, and coatatsiu Il the nwt of te
I g, htdl, State sd general, sad will be
Speela free, to any rrt of the United
Sawsor Caioda for i8.ora yer-ia advuace.
A adl drtlai bun baesse dae after it
o* sMs o( advnertiemet, uless otherwise
llisdl(o'ametot, rtfie sottotkwsem
b rte MqednI t pay t or9w ,rtMg s *.

I.. -- -- 'l'-LTSO *
It t fact that you bhavt'loethln
to sell Is Important, make your ad.
Svrtisla of It Important.

At any rate, nothing has been heard
O Admiral Evans bombarding any
th Al Amerlesa Ashin flsets.

TrO T mit be able to )pty a buines-
S f yourself with a prt of your sav*
K 'i Ask for what you want throoh
olaesie6 ad.

P r the evideam up to date It
So & a though the Thaw f !a b bJad
S04M heI AhrM In keeping th' emao
a uilsn In a job.

Booter Washlngton makes it plain
at Tamkeg*s h one thing in maon
I", ma with otder ed4oaonal InsUtu-
I tme--4t naeds the money.


Amy oloB e who survive the
tai a leek forward In a few
to bingl given optional trials on
"- ba oona and asroplanes.


riding
years
dirtlsg


PSta papers that are thirtin for
S M a a lay aside their American.
e lFc war scare flo awhme and
t ur their attention to 1troag.
Au~L---------1---
S Riaialan dispatches to the effect that
", Navy Department rafters there
Shd stole a whole Beet of torpedo
beata would Indicate that they are a
pretty wift lot at any rate.

If the prospeetlve cost of the Pana-
l Canal Isa olng to Jump 100,00.0,
i0 with each fresh estimate. It might
St o d thing for them to stop esti-
P Al and conflno themselves to dig.


A better place to live, at satne rent.
''m -or ma stIN a piltic at l',eam renti.
I,'elte-or twice ans iod a ,llace at a
au Inclreaser In ren(t-coat--elther of
theo thinrl arlUr i-tolble If you watch
t' want ad,

There will'w icn.mt, ecr'uiony lu i)-
pnUtln (oa'rliath M.iSixonxi Htrrelar)
c IWar after MIr ''Taft ,<'th, (it. Thi.
two are inear eitua, : i f thet' :.ist for
Governor MadIan) to i th, l* Tafit h'Itlr
without ham lnl It ulihilstei-.

"M:th at to e
It" ed by t1,
f BAt itttib re .on loil-
burning boats in the navy sl beeaues
the Government is afraidof the Sta1 -
ard Oil Company. Pert'ap it ti a
wholesome fear, but It Is a.remarkable
confession for the Governmleit to have
to make. .
For three or four ypars pst the
Navy Depa'tmeat has been studying
the problem of .oll4mrnlnp boats, and
for a year there have been extensive
tests made with the smar erWaft. The
tests showed what observatlo of the
British experiments already dictated,
that oU is a better fuel tha ooal.
There has ban muht deme with oH
burners In the Britis asvy,. Many lf
the torpedo boats and doetryeor haha
beonftted- with liquid fel apaarati.'
Some even of the larger crulers have
used It It has baem debooutrated
that oil is easier to tranm lp at se"
than coal that In the sames bpa mo
fuel can be stored, giving the beat as
Increased steaming radnlu, and that 4
Is easer to hadle and reduces thi
number of the crew that must be s
rted. 'Ie British navy has sueh
big fl6tilla of torpedo boea t a8t ItM
found t pays to put In IM own
steamed and establish oil depots over
the wold uast as It has coaling sta
tons, so that now a Brittlt naval vew
sel burning oil tel an go from BnI-
land to the China staMon and nBd. fuel
supplies all the way, But this is Im-
possible for the American Navy. It is
explained thatt o Navy, Deartment
would have to purchase Its lild fuel
from the Bs dard 04 COoppany and
that It Ito iipoolble for the Govern.
meant to pt2ltf in ,the position of
being al thtM ore of one corporation
for Its slnei of war. The Standard
011 Company. oa thq other hand, does
not care particularly about selling
lqud fuel to the nafy. It means sell.
Ing crude or almost crude oil, and the
Standard can make more money out
of refining oil tnu t can selling it
crude. heather a pity, course that
we cannot have the be tat I going
Io naval coastrrutla, bt there is the
situation. The Governments Is help-
les. A

The presence of such a large ag-
gregatlon of colored ministers from
every section which have bea gather-
ed together here at the conference of
the A. M. E. Church. assumes the na-
ture of an object lesson to the more
shiftless brother of the negro race.
These men in the majority of cases,
have 14rbod arduously In an effort to
reform Pt evae the lower element
of their race and If their advice was
heeded there wold katd for fewer
Jalls and pealtsaft auirta 1t ei s
the blboao of vlrfl ad writer,
and tutn the negro deoidl tU8edocate
himself he can look for and expect
but little. Those negroee who. through
high ambition, have become educated
and are trying to turn their race
from tho downward road. deserve
cridllt. and the better element of white
lphlle are willing to assirt them.

Han..l. Jhn W. lDenban,. at oul tlime
Imiainltwr of the LAegtllhture from Mla-
rln e(uni y. died(l In AMolitirelllo oI the
2.lrd Iint. Mr IIInhann wa' for M'veral
yvtirv puihilhr of 'lThe. K'y WVe.it ('Itl
I'n, uaftcrwards piuhllihlu~K ia Iin'r at
I'nii rcola. huilt for She puait four "yarn
hits it"', rawii) il
it ritl.IathIknhr 11r' oM ra brother of
t'it W It I lhiihani. fornmrlv spie'nrln-
>..,I...... ..' I .. F ...I ... >..... <. ^.. 11.. 11


1"tt l1. MIAt tits w wrnl managIr of the
the itrior kf ie'lo mlu It% w-lehikthtu
sale of whiaikc'y iileeuard.i.Heieg l'tiu .athl.
ft the c tor tit the Stateand ha'.lug i
a mo d trt ksoa rtation facilies. the tot! r t t urviv,
lquor deAlt-rAt ,umtt to reali a rich '
h et ~UIII imia 'm l -lu for the' beneft ,o fr

Mr. lush.. ktbqi'.?.ma 11011111111iu i~
own busin.'.. a. .,a. a anor !ST AVE aOFI fia .CIT'. or Tmaot ',
Ijt'rtuh .u -J t'111a.v ii mak es, tmth that
w h e t h e r h e o tis m % r 4 r i t itt iu t a i ii.. t ,* 1 -4 v n r 'n i l r o f t ht A r m tin t V
United Stota tes r uI 1',,- 1 1% 1 C I, r tit X.('41 d.1luix t'U"Int"411 In he
is a now 361 of ILl~ik iNa, .f V 'I
tWM &SSW. tki'sllit 1% I- h~~r
too so little of t1t11111 I :L t fI *.r the
It to hard to 1Avii-I~ oi 0.%t ,,ktio


Ilml 1%U114111'. it \I,%h~cr \~c
I N' t' 1. 01,. Ax IftII -t Fr

S4i' sj oS lr iN I
B.~~o w.'.wirtteq o th ft~ im t q. I, !*40 NOZal'~ i ~ Ar~ji Iut'.rl

.1.. wt I ucf I I. a nr Wau ith 114 .C Ltt tr,1 AI ILV41 iit rub.
-A' u sitta, t li rd trtet ctrto tic *&- tad t nt
l~a., .'.deIrotrsgrtu'l thatZt'l.* c b d tmSond
-AaailttE' MO ?46" 10 k*0 (Wthe (for ttv1tlfl)UtlkhIA!'4
a'., Jwgj'. and sImll irtbro I r.J1 C1v~i v.iN Kba co, ioril %, o
111 t, ul * I factor Nn the o' Co i aacleA b% all l t mtivagg s.
pit11. IT*Ae Hall.i's amily PMel. fur comotl
ittilt $ bird district patilt"


wy regrettd.
Ait wal, .pe of the writer to
have I owr h iatfe the early seven-
ties, whe he wvs a power against the
black pbtal x In/Florida. lu 1376
CoL Davideon was. nominated, and
elected o0 the Democratic ticket as a
member of Copgrees from what was
then the fret district of Florida. de-
feating the notorious W. J. Purman of
Monticollo. There was never a more
,affable, Qourteous gentleman In the
State than Col. Davidson, and he was
a power' for good when the white
element of Florida needed the services
of suchmen during the seventles. He
represented the first district In Con-
ress for seven consecutive term--
14 year. .

CoL Brya made mistake In going
to Ke4tcky In tbhalf of Governor
Beok il'* eaodldacy for the United
States Sei te. The Democrats of Ken-
tacky ari'badly split, and those of the
party who are opposed to Beckham
will "get back" at the Colonel should
he be- nomnated for President The
iBcklharrMthl in Kentucky has done
more to disrupt the Democratic party
nl that State than all other Inflences
combined. He was not fairly nominat-
ed Il the primary, and many of the
leading Detiocrato of the State will
resort to Uay fair means to defeat him.
. Don't try to be "funny" In your cor-
rdepondenca to Tbhe un. Your friend
may not eajoy the Joke, and the three
thousand 'other reader of the,paper
who are not "on" will not understand
what you are "drlvlina at. Write on
only oune ide of the paper and llgn
your name, otherwise the article will


io;l


as 1it IIw snoY bylt'sssYm
a4M"d mak m s aprn- A MM1N W
| DO NOT DELAY



to Wa;e .b1ot a "ofslle p. ro hlem"
74 t wasm ofdm y W. = f




ST FOR C)II3T4
I wm* a Wus es sA ob ou, ^Mf a" ats





sa m sin AsM= b"b ft" eip mom
I Ii n=- r|---Ts" .- =0 50ii lmR ii .

|m mr SI 6uaat COt Oft $ NLO


-w'. ANM:. jOWas. T

IlI


be consigned to the waste basket.
There is one compensating advant-
e: If Henry Wattoeron goes to their lll
Saute he wllt do a lot to make The

aton Record a rble 211 West By St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksenvile, Hoa.


The Cause of Many

Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prviling ill this
!ountryy 1ost1854dan croii lXCMriu *t dccci-
.Mummative. Nfall V quil~il
denths ate 'cautttt
h%- it-heart d;-
ease$ VIAW1111101111i.
heart failure or
Ii Oj)4))IxV are often n
tie reahilt of kid
ncv disease. It
kilnev trouble is
Ar 'r 8110%'11 lowirwalle
ed blood ,will at.
isck the. cegn c-ansing caterria of
lie b4IbIr, ur' the Liknevs thmctuerlvce
wtrak t.ow ani4,.waste ..Yv ctl -cell.
fladler tran bI"s alniot ainiys result
frnom a leranCi-ienft of thoe kfdunet msld
*caluo is oihtuilal quickest by a *rolv
treatment of the kidnters. If yol are feel-
. bdly ).(o can nt I n e tuuai.o mutaike by
in at i r. l*il.ucr's Swam p R qot, tile
prentlidiae%, liver d hfl q a1,141,e. frietley.
It corrects iii.tijilitv to holol uirite and
itphuitig 1wit I n jwisiug it, andl over.
-vinc sthat lml pleaant weensity of being
Coitcliliv d to y:1 often tILrolgla tie (aI&),
4n111 to get lip uaan, ttirs duria, the
light. Til ewilId 1(1 tile exrnori fiar
k.fl .k t of iw.%-1 lqooet i- ~i WK-1 rllrr'd.
It sMi.tdsi the hI A ghest for i' m-tinderful
cure's cf tile iii., t ditrmsiii,., (:isrmt'
la'. .Ro-t i-4 peatin it to takee mud is
b%-I 1 l i* sts iil i ti -vlt-ciht ud
Illerii '-1 1 ir i I K I8 tt 5. Y('tI11I41'. liaves
4.itii')1 111111 .1VI 4 1 this 1VWt'a fl u IICV 0i,14-
..'() % .1111 a -K A thit trlls il ;C! l ut it.
wivr & C-- 1$ ii tb.,mto N V. Wlavi


~a.*I )r. Kl -,ri~'s Swamp l.- %-Pt' awll tilie
al ~ ~ ~ ~ N V'~- ~l:%wtu .. ott *VvZ


CASE GOOoD, EXPRESS PREPAID


Pull
Full
Full
Full


Deoto Rye.
Quarts ................ 5.00
Quarts ................ 7.00
Quarts .............. .1.75
Quarts (freight prepiad). 13.00


WllllIam* No. 10 Rye.
Full Quart ...............$ 8.20
Full Quart ................ 4.a


Spoelal Offer.
Idlebrook Whlbky in Drum--Distil-
lery Bottling-Exprws Oollected.
100 Plnts in drum............. .$33.00
200 Half-Plnta In drum......... 33o
Sold only ia drum-will not break
drum.
Old Homestead N. C. Corn Whiskey.
One galloa ft g, Bprne paM...$ 2.50


12 ull Quart. ................. 9.0 Corn Whlekey--pre bolloect.
Old Hallifa Rye. Rocky Fo'r, per bott .........$ 1.0
SPFull Quart .......... 4 Rocky orper e ......... 10.0I
6 Pull Quart ................ 00 N. C. White and JU......... 1.65
12 Full Quarts.. .... ...0* N. C. White BtDer............ 200
1i rull Quarr ................ 12.0 N. C. White, be.............. 2.o
Svnny South Rye. laurel Vally CCkn............ 3.00
4 Pull Quarts ................ 2.75 Rye Whilskey-Expor Col ct
I Pull Quart .............. 4.00 Per Ga.
11 Pull Quart ............... 00 er Gal.
8Ful Pl ints ................ 12.00 Copper distilled and Jug........ $1.66
Queen City ................. 2.06
Yellowstone Bourbon. Bunny South .................. 2.50
Bottle ........................ $ 1.50 Rye Malt .................... 3.00
CIe O .......................... 1.00 Hurdle Rye, Specal........... 40
~Old sBoone--Er Cld Overholt ...................... 4.0
Old Bne pre Collected. Ric Mill.................... 4
Bottled In bond by U. 8. Government Planter ............. ......... 00
1 Pull Quart ...............$ 1.25 Old Boone ................... 600
13 Pull Quarts ................ 12.00 Williams' Private Beal......... 6.00
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SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, FOU-
THERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL-
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Elegant Trains Daily:

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"SEABOARD EXPRESS"
"SEABOARD MAIL"


Modern Pullman Equipment


The SEAB1OARD FLORIDA Ll~ITk.Ii-.o-qOi puale.o 'veI '
trains. St Augustfne and JecoMvllmlr Ito twYork Via maSh-Mk sMd
Washington. DMuIg Car (a la erUt s wrvig-. [)uble MayWlegm
leeving cars. Statorem md Obewluon Car. L& L ea e .
S0 a m mad Jacmvfll b12:U P. dallyr. belsedie S p
Fbr full Inafamtis mad bseyer reservanoftlm callAp
Seaboard or wrfts
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w'wwi .u11p 'l Iv;


-PRONOUNCED HIS
o a mu i" CASE INCUR BLE
loss IN I
SWhole Body Raw with Eczema-
hursday ik 'r aahopsl Life was Intolerable-Was Even
the coast i ,t. *' taburg Incased in Plaster-Discharged
bt fire n ld a .di e s .p the from Hospitals as Hopeless.
e ~'re 0I3533 d h
t rt. a-.sable SUFFERED 14 YEARS
is reported th l- 0 sa.., turn ble
e of th wl go above CURED BY CUTICURA
oo00.o10, wbhle is .lan trase of --6 .
Than $12,000,009 ev tLe returns "From the a of tlhri months until
tfteen years old, my st.n (Owen' life
,906. wa nnid iltntole'r-
o '.- Ih h t.'eraema in
The Florida Basr's Assocation it, w.lrt frn. He
hold its analul eoon vnton at St. & a l r ri h until
burg ebruail. 35 nid tL. Elab- out ,o his f, (e
,to prepi Jo a beIng made i hetad. llu we w're
Peterlbulf i the rpption and nV alarvrn, ho net,
tertainment of the ooav6ntion. the ragh t~an to
spre'. d over hls head
and shoulders. and
prank F. Bird, a ngro. wa shot it c'aumd him gret
S tal iad ce di.ondolrt. I took
d fatally womd by Policemn him to a dotor and tried half a doen
ooks in Jackslaovlie riday morn- other treatmenwe aii with the same
SHe, with two otber negroes, reult: no improvewnm t at all. The
disease gradually sprn l until nearly
broken into the warehouse of the very part of his btdy was quite raw.
D. Knight Company, on the water We bad to strap him dowi n in i, for
-. used to t4ue himself (lradfully in
t. ias sleep. The agony lie went through
s quitebeyond word. No, one thoul
Pewnacola now boasts of an Industry we would rear him. Tho regimental
t no other clty of the South poe- doctor, a very clever mar', pronounced
the asse hopeless, at least, he said the
es, that ofa whiting manufactbry, only hope was that he mig ht, it l
a chalk refnery. It is the Inten- lived loaenou h outgrow it to some
aztnt. 0 =hd hinl ill h(*pitlsI four
n of the promotere to supply the tm n he was pronounce( one
tire South and a portion of the Whet th1worst case, if not the worst, ever
Ith halk admitted. From each he was deve
i ca. harged as Incurable; in fact he got
In an interview In The Miami Me. wrse under the ustrulve' trnatments.
At one hospital they insnased him in
polls Mr. FlaglIr says that work on plaster, and this mieilel to aggravate
l Florida ast Coaet oextenlon will the sr01 tl terTribl. He looked so
rushed to coa pet starting fn badly that no one like'* tb go) near him
e rushed to eomptll, ltartlnl fromn id bIl life was a burden to him. We
ey West an worklag towards kept trying remedy aft .r nrenedy but
we ad got almost lipmt hoping for a
night's Key, in ordet that travel from ure. gix amont heIm t hopig urcha
ilami to Knight's Key will not be wset of Cuticura S ap, Ointment, and
Rerolvent Pills ald pclrvew'ed with
terfered with. them. The result was truly marvelown
I and to-day he itw i'rf*'ctlv c'u'-Pd. his skin
not having a hleinlih on it anywhere.
A pamphlet alleging a slight to the Mr. Lily HlIdge, ;l,, Vaughan Road,
uban Government which in being cir- Coldharbour Lane, Camblewell Orale
lated in Ybor City is causing some Eng., Jan. d,lopt fr fr C
ard feeling among the Cubans. It our Book on Treatnwnt efSkin Disease
i claimed in the circular that the latte RmaLA r.27.chn.iri tea.aMhth.wul
otf.islio~l: olnd00. 11, ('Aust rhhl@II. it it kilo
Cuban minister at Washlntou had not I iAfl.: AiIflin. .i To(mnr tt.
been invited to the Tampa State Fair tr re W (blm trp. 1t l ~;. v
when the other ambassadors were. I -- -


lJttle Leon Brooks, the s-year-old


negro who was
rushed into the


workigK in the yard
house nid secured a


CASiN SHOnt~ o stoo ,oWeM
That s What County May Be Con.
frontd With Say.Tlawney.
Walhtaston. Jan. 26. -T io urgelt
delitleacy appropriation b1: ,c4cnplid
the attention of the houme Thursdayy
to the exclusion of all o!,:er ',isltpel.
A surprise was sprunn :c'n Onallt.
nlii Tawney of the ap,,r r 'tloni com
Snilitee warned the member 'hat the
country was confronted wi the ebr
Taluty of a Slt.100OO.000 1,'. I r unless
the estimates for the next 'iscal year
should be cut down materl.C lv.
The urgent defleeney hi errle a
total appropriatlon $24', T,4:0.
Mr. Tawney declare tha' he deem.
ed It his duty to call alitr on to te
cesslty of keeping expend :: res witr.
i ettiaattd revenues. "1 do not
make this statement for te:' pllrpoo
of exciting alarm," he sa s, "or for
the purpose of exciting an aIpprehen.
ason In the mind of agrone' regardlug
the abilitity of our government to
meet all of Its obllgatlon now enxlst
nlg or that this congress nui. create."
(ontinulng. Mr. Tawney h.til, he bad
been ultra-.(onservlatle In hla state
meat of the financial condi i,.l of the
country.
Replying to a question hbi Mr Clark
of Misourl, Mr. Tawney mn le it plain
that there would be no new appropr-
ations titles session for river* and hbar
bors or public bulldlnig ftor noe said
his calculations did not Include them.
TILLMAN SPOKE ON NEGRO.$
Senator Adveeeted Repel of the itf.
teenth Amendment.
Colambia. S. C., Jan. 7 *Senator
B. Tillman lt an address lfu1ore
tbe general arembly P rda) night ad.
located the repeal of the fifteenth
admendvent and the encouragement
)f desirable Immigratlon a. a mean
to orffet, as he said, lnevit,.ile negro
oamlinatlon In the slitea In whl'h the
blacks predlominate.
He said that wth the recnullr edit
cation fund of the several! slates,
coupled with that of northern pillan.
hroplets, the negro woull ieon be
able to comply with the constitutional
requirements of the varlonus southern
states and thus governor wlire they
outnumber toe whites.
He believed, from priml rles In the
north and wet, that those section
would help the soutt to repeal the f.i
teeth amendment.


daughter of Sumter Brooks, a m6rch- bucket of water ant!d extingulshed the



Sand the body badly blstered. A the Pensacola Hank and Trust Conm. Clellai hs alked for the IaSls in
pany, hua been arrestedd on the charge of 'Magistrate Otto H. Droe|, follew.
NIP IT [IMHI n e.SO of having emhzzld fundH of the bank lag a seand4l as to ondlttieas It the
to the sum of sSa,'n It Is charged coart oler whieb he prelsMe.
set Ann e.,a. Dtasth a D ey that he appropriated the. funds of tUe Thr e maistrate admitted publiclyB
re e i bank for his own us and p a that he had paid 1n to a w --aper
That uch l h ew tieofh be1n 1o 1. 1n h o uean Cto suppr-e a story wtokT ft i
eolavely prodei Fy belatlaef released Stocks and hTtids alleged, deserlbhd lu mtetbe In Ulhi
Prof. hsnnt.o te rpartoHn .krda of ollrt
NPalt. deal B UD.of th e haavg d Mfayter, a nosgro who wan After consultig a l awyo, the ont.e
b pnraritosI destroyilr the vitality in I arrested In Port TaInHI h for laret paper man seepted tie mlaoy
the hnir bulh. Thea bhar beow lifetle) ny, broke Jail while' >,,IPInK fed dinner, thrviughi a third person, and then pub
indI time, talls out Thll casn b pret. Whthen the jailor broi ht hiu meal to lisle the fact io addition to the ortl
NwbMre' NnrlteMe kis h thhl dandru him Mayers ov. rpo ,.ered him and got inal espoe of the eurt niqthuodI.
0Wm rnd1 reto res tU hair to Itg aitars l into the open e h.'n he simon placed .- -
r.'rowed-. ied tho d. o h .round ti tMee4n h o himself and the Why
t h>a ir tit|u. that it is the most bofkfier ) wh. io lndll .t larK'a Should your btby n uler WLhe be
ai Ir't hair preparation '* the mar- -- -- Wl fretful id reilsOw. dont T*pert.
k, tent d.,h .
"'l ,v edlnir dr4rullts. iand4 ler. in The "purse iirlk ,i.lihiane" 1lt creet meat on him and use any old thilu
Pi', s l aimple to The Herplcde Co.. 'ing mich Iin,.r. t I II',.-er'.. ,h. ' your neighbor recomm. nda. Ily; a
clally alilnT it. *',Irtlryriin 1r bottle of W'blte's CreasI Vertintlug
Two slia--0 ete ts ad $1.00. orditnaince 11it , *.Il in the. rlty egreatet known worm mdletile and
J. 8 Boditfed a Co.. al meU. council ateuxt -di *'. k lf and tha cure for children's di .sea It l mlld
* _... -. read for tihe< tir ; ., *nld referred to im Its aatlow. builds iup the syteu
In ao *9 fthe r'itv I r! '' ltlth aedo h;arl r makes thin. puay babl fat. Mr. J
S E- W I 5 aanlErT ranr .. !,''.. fr a report C. Smith. Tampu. Fla wrt : "ily
t I M h tIt Thesle N.irlt ",' .a.,'.t lng t Siou b lt y was thin and si It oO e t n ..re I t ,, 1Ike it o1re re ain I)ts foo" d and cried at light
stringent """ t. d ita adie I ttsed o battle of Wlf'Aite Cran
AI. n 1READ from ti(n bo t, ,u.c' i if flt ti ,oIse VtelilmO and in a few doay bIhy warn

KEYSTI Nm E i ln Ih N, '.C _.,- ,' -t a Sm'i"thl w .w Fa"_."
h-ea 186T. MT h, ep,,, i n,.t'rs t'* findi the milk to Oahlnd.4sTrrcmln War Inded.
SII.a ibei watered, all,.* r-"', or impure, I, reln Pranu at, Jan 7: --l a i*
any respi.et a f,'. I*1I he imnig.ed l p I d ayst tbtl II I farther a ar.4
and f.br th*. -', I 1ff.""" th- pelrits f 1 ae O 10e&G1vM l be a*bi y4
S ar yare lnu MV d l e will I r.. ,k..i \,,'ty are In lfaior oer ta*e rl'a l eWWS o "ll" l b
of a res tft he nar' it r -mill iTu itT ath sad 7.r t
Mtaers Ae g Oi mtilk e c rn,1he of Ofd I ieads. If tn ev ts aw un ler Is
ver t milk ,w i -tre ,. e re Imu f htllr he tw roadn at.- s.
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an d--.. ..w. ..... te 11llhll s -i f l ., t Tate af0
yearwe Ioe (f ll o'er t :ii t'a h eI Tile St4
| Are SoBfROKft ohiRS" ". "" "r "r * a& *' d

I"t I l IS I i la Fs Ii taUn esiW etPRs


"Ahey
(I Uvli to 6 hba. NW th
1 J Oy ) Too 60w4m w b eew.
Sf rrlfn 5.4 bas that lid InYI
yaw smax Try abattle aww.
'a puimo o we an ll Weeobb
la lIwue Af. ?, lam
#;d e Itisan be ~ *vi
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"List Fall," writes Mrs. S. O'L of Tun-
nelton, W. Va., "I was going down b Inches,
from fL'n,:le disease, with great pain.. lfer tak-
ing Carui, Ohl Myl How I was benefitikdl I
amn not well yet, but am so much, better that I will
keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly'
cured."
Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies
and rivals, Cardul still holds supreme position
today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and
cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up


the organs, regulates
the functions, and aids
In the replacement of


a misplaced organ. I *.T.. I
At Every Drug Store in $1.OO Bottle.


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dmrem


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MULES


Monday, Feb. 3rd

Thl-itr. %,IIIl 1w~. l fit A11'( 41S, sund~er femn'eloure
u'ile'. fillIl tl, I 1fI E[4M ate .1116*me of the i1'. Ft. MAWk t
JImisiIVr i 'ui;-s ThIeI.re will lv(uito a fuislof
go"Pi nrlotolw. bw sallFarll Io im Od H&SI

E taj i*Ii1. :1*1,141tee1 ,JI I I visI.
Its- Is- % I' II -vcI.. e' '. It le ft t h a t b l. o f T h e

stif e' e rvsp ,'i s h 1 1,4 ar*tl d I V opll lors'or Mate wilt do
We'll to, mwlnd t Ihi'. d,;i. Ownlee witill eertalisly 691wm~iio
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Art ahMbtJlon NHs seD* Ar.
re ine o n Hise n.*,
lu, Jaa. n.--41apesr Wiltia
y la sguratmd tie elebratio
do aectio wftht be bI mtala of
1 fSleth year., w9cLh "I 411 0ta0
ss Monday, h.as bilh y open
a this oty a I *eHaies
teb has beoe aal ah IeWor.
lr onsoit ed a loaas hUttes of
"ty mwaterpled ofi PtMl art, with
a idtal ret 0t ( Ni at the
ItPrusu Roal o Mr t Arts. The
utareo w b rsbbt egdally afom
d with the honest of the pril
ati waers.
e. ea postien was oriltaasy ar
r asged by Prteee r Emas, president
o the Royal laadmyr, U4 sO t
SIkender, but It was .sly when
Raperor WillIa bmself mallt
is special intertw i the premfl et
e eo of.the owas eoass et- part
with their treaures.
tetlvwe are watAlbngl the lte
tares night and day saU very proem
dton against jA and da a has beos
taken, 0
S The Oexpwrtlo will last a morth,
ad during t thia tm e M rt treestr
o erblited will be p rotiod t a'ur
Sauce amounting to NWIW W.

| W YORK POl HOeMJre
S ffl'he is the' Opinion of Relr ent
tive Pearse;
New Y J,. f M|sir tattve
N oerbert PrMe, e trtv Wo Nbeeow
Tork county republmet ai altte.
E a'4 Priday that te lat& to can a
a; tings f the eooespy lmittee too
B mt Wedae"day ames.
S *The comnmtee," te alMo shouldd
I opt 're"olutless Ita-d< Covernor
~l;; es for the Snolaoitle for presal
deat, and pledogng she en beos to
work for an lstrueted delaatoa,
Sad'also to work for tae mtoollmaon
of Governor Hughee In every way
posolble.
"There is no Jdobtinow," said Mr.
P rsons, "that the N-W York delega.
tion will be sooltld~\ 4*e governor.
'~ he delgates at la d the district
delerate 'win be r ao will Ip-

I be to bril taj qaolasUo by
th e Chlcap- oomve -," .

N. The Serk at IMee.
The hoe of Mr. ds I. M.
*" naker, lasld Orov, mlllltwoed
an January 11th by theU ral of a
lae baby gil 1
Just a year ago last "Pld her the
i angel of iath entered their home and
Scarred away little mlae, thd only
e child, .a brtst Itlte ba of feartee
oallths, leaivig t em d ad m lW ely.
We1 know there will always he one
varaut place in their hearts and home.
S still we hopl there.Is Just as warm
a pl:'' for tbis lift ne, and may
It h,, ;,..red to brh l4ts feod par.
1ersa' iand, and taa# theo iulde Its
little fu t artlht so that II the end
S It will m~A IAlttle Irother Earit, who
Is :,tlli u i his hravenly home four
hi lo\ted oi'si on enrt4
4 A lHIlNI)


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After Yean of glg
the Following i l'
"If you have anythlr twA 4- wit
medicines at all be Ire tt'e1pi y
know what yoi ara takig
Our local dru W. .l Jhaea
ays this is a strong pQtt'h f eor of
the valuable ood liver p, l-
nol. Everything t conai lb Jlaly
printed on he label, thedreI t I
not a patent medical.,
Vinol olnt alo ia mooe'la
treated form of all 0 ab i-slueataa
body-balldl delsmeate o lod tVerW ol
actually taken trom freesh mod tterw,
but with the useless, anirnauetlg o
elitlaated and tonal tron, wblob it
a needful constituent for the blood,
added:
This is the reao that Vtiol ao.
oomplishes such wondordl results ti
ouri obroalc coughs, oold, bron-
chial and lung troublek and there is
nothing known to medicine that will
so quickly build up the ruapdown, over
worked, tired and debilitated, or give
strength and renewed vitality to the
aged, a Vinol.
We can only ask every person la
Gainesville who needs such a medicine
to try Vinol on our o2r to return their
mo1ey If Jt aPLO.-W. M. Johnson,
,I ltd, Ohaneeitl, Plorlda.

OtAN HIGONTMS NOTEL

Orange Heithts, Jan. 27.-The Truck
lowerss' Assocatlon of Orane
IHeghts had a very enthusiastic meet
lM liaturday, JaMnury 25, at which
Joseph Adams occupied. the presi-
dent's chair. PreAdent Adams is a
faithful and energetc worker and will
make a good leader, and the asmocla-
tlon will accomplish great results it
the truckers of Orange Heihts will
put their shoulders to the wheel and
push for better shipping and secure
our eed anda fertlliers at minimum
cost. 8o let one and all attend the
meeting Pebruary 8th, 1 p. m., at the
Orange Heights school house, and all
work together for the Interest of the
assoclatlon. W. Z. KITE.
Secretary-Treasurer.

Garte Nation
Certalaly sashled a hole la the
barrooum of Kansia but Ballard's
Hohbomnd gyrap has amahedI all rea.
ord as a s e for eo uahs,.brmchlUls
t"laea and all pulmmary disease.
T. 0. H.-, Hort.o. Kansa, write:


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IC'o'RCArt THEM.

Mush Idt npatl Over Killing of LKt
e O 1 at Paint Rock, A;a.
Maklt0Aery, Ala., Jan. 27.-A
pe I al *d s eottsboro, Ala.. says
tat tb** i much feeling In Lae
a bAd of Paint Rock o er the
kUlli 0 al Uttle girl by Alva Sloan,
a youWl Vite aSa.
It 's i.that a poup of children
were toed hbuaa6 he fred his pun
ia the dfletio o aere them.
alt. Couate, aed two years, wa
Ia the way ad was shot, dead.

OII DOATCHU.

Cdna hia appolated delegates for
the Brat tUe Ia her history, to rep-
reset he at de next international
telIph oofterence.
WodN Ia been received in New
York 't the birth of the first colt In
Aaensa by Rock 8and, the $126,000
Italtlon IlMrted by August Belmont.
The reduction of working'houra of
the VUnlo PacO shop men. which be
an lat ilonday, Is to be followed af-
ter Satrday with a reduction of work.
Sag days foa six to five per week.
The apptoatment of IAuetenant
Colonel Barom Bode a military at-
tahbe at Washington In succeLuon to
Colonel RaspopcRf, was cazetted at St.
Pbrsbrg Saturday morning.
The Imperial bank of Germany has
reduced It rate of discount from 6%
to i per eat.
That t will cost $150,000 to clean
the strete of New York of the snow
which tl In the storm of Thursday
akIt, Is 1e estimate of the snow re-
oval .bureau.
The frt Perkins medal awarded for
achievemet ta applied chemilctry was
presented to J. B. R. Heracboff. a
abemlst of this t14, in recognltion of
the lmapired methods he ha Intro-
duced for iret ta copper. T'e socl-
ety of bemical ladustry presented the
medal, the presentation speech being
made by Professor C. F. Ubha'dler.
of Columbla university.



CASTOR IA
ew lhats and Children.
Tkl KW TM Hia Always Bog





Resolutlon Adopted.
Chlcago, Jan. 5--A resolution com-
mending the traanserring of the consu-
lar bureau from the sate department
M* t*h r* ma A Inj labwa s


m As a hub
BE3 -7-A.TLLt 3D 1E:ZO GISTs


Miss N, 'Norton


Novclties, Books, Stationer

Soaruenirs, Sbeet Pictures

and Picture Frames .. .


H. J. DEMPSEY


N' aI 8m 41i

FURNITURE

Furniture SoJd on Easy


lL *"J-' r- rayments Show- (_:a,-e,
"I have SOv-a foaud a mdledse that Tatdopt a meatmag of the executiveWSpayments! Show CSes
"0 C ere od medi tl t a aoptdt a m~~l of "o gst Liberty Street, de to Order. Re pai ri g
wld cre a eoh o ekly au ommItte f the atoal Business Made Order. Repair
lard's'Hmrehound Syrup. I have ued L ue of America hold here Thur- GAIESVILL .FLOIDA a Specialty. Sell on Coln-
it for years." Sold by W. M. Johnsoa. day. it will be sent to congress. Ac. .. .- mission.
cordiug to the members of the com- NOTICE.
Fer Wintsr Use. mittee it Is believed that the chanKe Not'e. i. hereby IrlvB-shat fourrweeka Starage RNma i Cuo action
A lady faruer planted a garden. bhe should plrmn.ote the industries and do. 'lter the flrt pab rloan eire. I. I r at .aonable Rate.
*was veryor t u dl Irrofher prospecftrtie I dilan or n1Ie0e Tarbo and Ruth Itarn x. at lanable Rate.
was very rnud of her prospective mostle ad forelgu commerce of the minor, wiU pplr to the County Judie of
peas. but when her huhad kd f t't AchulsandnlakedI I 'nited P It forn ord.Tr t., rii t2 W. Main St. H., Galaesville, Fla.
tbyv wer, rlp .h. rIud. "Ob. tbtey tl t----wo-frtbun41vtdd IImter.rt. I fsladti mor,
they w-- rrid tid.1 a e tothelfowltn detnoab land towlat
ba\ .'t come up )tAl ~" The Met of e o t et r i of Hutn 10.. and Sw' ,W_
"ll\nven't .onic up yet? %Wlhy. the All the World (.f wI ot NottoM ll. mad the IVi .t i. "I ---
I AM .,It I 'sIl S. Itorto1.%!I'-, T S!td [ema
,eanl's nl rly I over.!" Is a stage, aidI I sallard'a Snow is. ItIa. eut and ,At', t' ttC, Sa,, Rhem aema
aetioon 14 MAHY D. TARJ.AX r -t ,', !,v hamberlain's tl-e 4):.
"VYe." shie ul. lh. "but 1 Iplanted can- Liniment plays a most prominent part. Trs .sonu It at, I1 GuN a C t vChamberlain*s i-e oi.r.-
)1l I,'. I I tlhik It1c ('lc uI a lit. It haa no superior for rheumats tim, stiff f
tle ate." N.New Yrk Thln' oinonU, cuts. sprlans. and all pains.
A...K,3e.Oerver. HuIy It. try it and you will always
Ah L r, It -, "use lt Anybody who has used Bal. .-
"W ho l %1 11:11 foo1 `1 h lol el to?"
"M II.ia l lard' Snow Liniment Is a living proof
"*,,1 I ..1 I I ti ti I'tI. of what I does. Hluy a bottle. 2 Wc
\Setr il, t1 0 niost nary l1tit 60c and 1* soldW by W. M. John- W hieskev of M erit


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ONLY ONE WAY TO


RETAIN HEALTH


Young Man with New Theory Says All De%

pends on Stomach.


1, T ('otsr s theory iuvrrlnt Intth
.1 ktoutlat-h is Iv'ilv bvoin".1'W a
Ac u t tlxuerwuid ku""' ~'y', r
cI..saa.. that the bhniam :ip:a-h h-'a
I -. 0 chronically dernaaa'd k',' fO I.
tvn -ludltlus, *ad that *awbw-.i A'
4;)A1)' Is the roalt. I
I, a r ewvat lutorvloum. w'iA antro
t'V-Iwib his nialcin. In a eta JItic ity
.oper amWd T'Acri' is J%%*t v
In my aplale. to Smainta lta '.
se I lth, al harhtp hslkrlngm ua
I oasstlve gamb1- Th ) Lnst n..v
(t Aah5VlmM tedS? have WrN~
distnde 5~S WSri.bh.i
k .lu"d I by al eeillePOm of
* .,dIltai; rad Oak 01 flfeIS, 110(1
' -4I(1r tt L 4 8r o l fI a sd is k u s C I
I Ti a~l, is ahetu se f btoWt
1. t:1 allth of bI UL e to
I I 2no to rdieveit "Mth MO#Aocw
I:,Ore brught h m In 1 as l
r"-Man
am~~ ~ S3O u b
r .i' ten the otr-rI Y(~


onl, way to A uro Ineral and per.
A., i..v't v: N-a l.,alm h."
Am.; ;< i 4'1 pirvmlnent pcopte who
h.Aei tr' ily tem, m oNm rrertid to
(\',x; ra (?I ,rv Mr. RF M. Howry. of
471- LX, tHut-.r Strut, lunbantoa,
SN. Y. who gy: "I had stomach
trou':o tfr abhul six yan. After at-
1:ig. I woulit Ia-onIe bloted aad bavy
a dLstrv, ed fe'rrin for several ours.
Tt.ts would .t aceompatmed by heart-
Lura. and I revcbhd the platl Wore I
ct:.d not *eouy IL. ame 8st all.
"1 tried dlntrrut renmediee aa eto
ort to Sad relief bet wtthb.t suec e
After taking three bottes of eooov
New Diorrry I ma entirely cared.
Mty stomach dom net better me la the
Iueat, and I ca eat taythia I Uta
I on cbherfully rtnssmed Mr. GMg
tr's aedrtae to aayee aglted wth
Mr. Ogerwl mlase are s-I
kl WO 08,0
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Mon Killed in Ghatting.
Alany. Ga. Jan. !.-Ax Ieary.
(Cahotun county, James Thrash leaned
t ever tbw tm ai piet roof .batnlg IS
the IkaiJ caupeny's gzti mill, and his
cl'tl.!ug % ,1- caught by the set wrews.
lie vaa z'I!,ked tip and hurled iro u
ts'kaur humid- sa times a mpialto for SeY'v
er.. nl lin. # before he cou!db be ro
I Too body wax beatn Into
a -P iH lived but a P,'trt time
a' ." i',dent. lie %&&s bgahly

C#mvm,4s Suioide In Court Room.
"', ,% Is.. Jan 2S -&'harics r.
&lrmui,, a -I .uty sheriff. shit amnd k.')
ItA h-rize f inthe county r umirt bfai
hers ihu:rr~a) after s, Mr. Groom
VIL -tf1 tal t0E 4iw Wnd equly
cour, %. % 1T A shot sm boad
Irn inad -'!#:,g nv aoid a!!?en-anta
T rhe M1In 1bsb his %!#ad
t I a. tle sq a k rt-eIt r r%. %
a~~ .!U I: ~IPh .. raM:i s~~s Ua.
a :Qsa riffoT r',"


Foe Or Saty Yere
SIrs WR'narbw 'hlsg Syru has4
hem v wood fw a Im Wo W*M It
"emeteethe Sh" Uad ii Mes w
b do abeg iniiii- t w Anb gw&ed
0 the h1 1 1 ihem
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T AT is the only kind we ever distilled and
S sold. Th1 t is why our whiskies sell over and
over to the customer who was satisfied with the
first order--and continues so---that is why we enjoy
the confidence of thousands.
Whiskey is either pure or something else. We
select all the grain carefully; use only pure water;
age to full maturity in our own warehouses, sad in-
sist that our whiskies reath the customer n original
packages. This protects us--protects the cus omer--
saguards our goods from invidious adulteration

Our whiskies have no equal for use In he sick
towi, hbeineg wholesome and tonicy to weakstomn
achs; they are the best to sen e your frieds they
will apprciate their purity and eIoy thab rich
mell.)w flavor. The natural vim and vigor a the
Coru and Rye is concentrated in pure q3Wd for
in each of the following brands:
F.XP1FSS PRLPAID
bour I am.ors s#Rgehm)
ATTIC *LV ULAMM
riMMfiinBir. -rM .odc- r*... a

Wa.W DAL ALLAN W .AM
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LJUNVUJ*. KY.
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DR. GEO. S. WALDO'S


PAINESVILLE DENTAL OFFICE

SRNAM NUILNS
Error in freight :hipments delay opening o office for several day
Notice of opening will appear in The Sue.
Dr. Waldo offers to the citizens of Gainesville and vicinity Strictly Ili-h.
Grade Dental Work at pries far bwlow the urnal cost. Only the very
best materials used, a d although charge ill be from twenty-five t,
fifty Ipr cent less than other nspor~iibli dentists charge, there will be
not thI slilghttst deviation from thle H ghest Staudarn of Work. 1l1
alio offtra PALNLESS operations.
TEETH EXTRACTED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
"It is not neceewary to make a patient endure tortures of the Midi.l
Ages when in the d mental chair.' Even the dental nerve may b1w re-
nimovl from a tooth at one sitting without causing the slightest tinge .if
pain.
Dr. Walslo'ns Prices Other Dentibt.
Charges: Usually Charge:
a ().( ....... ..... (Gil, Crowns (22k) ....... $ 8.00 to $10.()
SA() ......... .. I'nrti vlai Crown ...... .. 8.00 to 10.40)
i.00).......... Bridge Work ( ir tooth) ... 8.00 to 1o.(I)
.nO and $10. Hl'ate' Wrk ............ 10.00 to 25. 0'
S.00 .. . ........ olhl' Fillini .. ...... 3.00 up
50c up.........Amalgamn andl (Cnnt Fillings...... 1.00 up
NOTE-If friends tell you that the bst clam of dental work cannot bI
given you at these prices, call at my office and let me convince you.
I- II I I-II I


Olhv ret to te stomach. For indltoao, d p sour tomack
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomah,p iarn aoh frvou
stonmah and catarh of the stomaah A pmrpt nlto


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UdM Symptli. w "ORM
H Ue'ms an who has prtedical rar ed
IfrdMa e 1 1 bac hobue.. wols h ainary dark ChlleenS WIt *MlOtd Warm Wteeeme
Irw ,* ota orsplcks flnoting or dancing l~for AneIMan attashilpe.
i s.ok4f.o 'eAl t-he f e yes. ba. 1awln distress or hevy Rio Janelro. Jan. 27.-The poltoe
jag P aenM dlew of the falling Etomch, faintspel! drag- aof this eity have atbered up s1a small.
Aer AmEsrdu oe brouht l in-do in In loeraona ors frm th American battlehbps ia-
le oneally started or exc:ted,
safely Prdlt '- i p or painful period.. with or with. der Rear Addtrl Elvans that bid
The steamer AImpl aIlle, fho oum t w vit cat rh, is suiir n fro' .either deserted or failed to return on
Trwich for Rotti wttb ate wl n kit l r getr nt othcui d board before tbetr vessel called trbm
rave e a ntion. Nut all of atve
passengers On omi. Tlat usme sympteh a likely to be present ln any here three day ago. They will be
st she n collide. WRQt ta tslth bese t *i n y sent to the te t on a collier.
*aser ACxld"Vt U a Niwe WA l I tcrbatlytd nT d uch AA dispatch rcelved herer frm Val-
.AOc run Into mnludie% which de-
rweg andJUlrtls~a tu damam mae Urgeoa' knife it they do not pparlo says that the CIhl:'en squad-
er crew an# left her in r" tall roa whblo wil wele t.:e American
ll boats, ad L b.oat x, bn xptan battlsbhlp to ChUilan wattrs hU',a r
e were spoedil? plto d up. rived al Valbtvia. *Tre lIriish cruis.
The passageron the mislnI boat I tA of t er appbh, ,which has lceen on the
number tweOUt.y.dt the Orew ser- IT west coast, is now on her way down
STher We picked up by the to Punta Arenas.
Svery iqi ngfdie A Janrg party of Chllean baa oarL
orweian steamer Ha one hour led silence r n A 3o 4rtpartv of Chileans hascbrt
10tscience for the cur tqrd a & potod ete m er aiad. will 1I
ter they lft te Aad'terdau In a woman peeollar ailments enter into its t a peial steamer and will ia
1 boat. Goaq tly, they suf. compotIum No alcohol, harmful, or out team VIlaprais to r1ret the
id no hardship. r o uf drr Is to be found nl th American warhiups as the~ %n up the
red no hard"lrl. 1MG h0LVY tog of ol A nngr nts printed on each
lho has preo preveatd the bottle-wrapr and attlet l under outh. Paere eoant.
Ina InnY tOnbl of the female syste ,
Songs from aduga ma made IMpos D Ivorlt Pre rltion n d
sdble an ettl eauJY l for the mlew onlyo--nover harm. Itsahole .fec Doepondent, W nman Takes Her Lift.
bg people. T y were on board the tosatrenb lInvigorate and regulate Cedartown. Ga.. Jan. 27 -Mrs. 0.
Sonsa for two dw and a half. t pelvs organs n hsa C. Horrsey committed uriiyde at her
rangd In function or affected by dimes, home In ths city Thursday afternoon
tbhe somh and other organs of disejou by shootllg herself. iStiness and
To Open 0 o(1e In Italy. become sympathetically derangedl, d to I th
aome, O., JMi. 27.--T. 1. 8tm. nerve a ketW and a lon list 6oepondecy tl said to be the ease
puwldet of bhonter oo)lee h.bunplumat iymptms follow. Too d the rash deed. he leaves a bus-
reUdch ust not be expected of this Fia. band ad children. The suicide of
leaves ban "turdy tfor Iorenee, vomrluRite ptlon.' It l lll not perfo-rm
italy. He wll epoa a graduate school miracles w11 not cure tnmoo-no a mS Hornly is the se nd Codar-
r I weICli. IttaU often prer t them.If town sulclde within thirt'.six hours.
tbere to be known as American Cd. taken in time, and thu the operating MarshallaPrn ent du
lego of AeSthe sad operated In tble and the suareon's knife say n O Marshal, prominent dnr
Ionjuncoa waith th Rome institu*. avoidede gi, hot himelf to d.ath Wednte
tlon. A Gumber of members of thIs Inl o, a tnnv d ta coult DOet day orange.
yea's gradeatiag clas go abroad this e .by lettr,free. All oorrespondence --
s ed I ,astrtctly private and, s!credly aU0111q3r O-.&.-DL
eprin to eater ~tetrat seston. Tie con fent al. Address R. L Piero -S
Institution is tU only one of Its kind Buffalo. N. Y.
In ezirfoc. PUOmUs FlorenUnt DrI.Ptierc' Medical Advlsrnoanpalm)
In elastence. i W i Floren ne Dredtpt 21 DBD8. ALDERMAN PEA-RCE,
mate rs ll t Jun nd -t.* SMMMJIWor paplr-covwl, or 31 Ntam
.lhMu-m dcopy. Address a abov
HilghWymewas V4tm 04. We& J) 03 T I B I .
Tramaeo W af.. Jan. 27.-A. W.
Thornlely. W Of ag e. Mexican DATES AND FIGS. ofne over D ttooa Co'a BHa
vice consul a this e t, who was ahot o- one o, Oaesville. Pria.
by blgwayses Monday night, died Frugal Fare of the Desert Wanderer
here Friday Mr. T'ornley came here of the East.
from lACra~ Wfi., several years While journeying a 'roe the desert DR. DaVERIE MORHIP,
Wao. A rlwar d# $1,000I 1 offered Mrs. Goodrich.F.'n..r. author of "I
by the State a onty or to p a S yrian Saddle." net a lonely travel
preheimOfter.er bound for bldelb. On bearing that NTI
prehension of the murderer. the caravan was I lld for the same "
place e he asked pertmieson to Jola
"Had dyspepala or adigestion for them. Incidentally he furnished aa O e over Gasevill. o national ank
years. No appetite, and what I did illustration of the dJfference betweeN ll
eat distresMd me terribly. Burdock ineo itlee and luxuries. P_ M_.
Blood Bitter cured me."-J. H. We were very grateful, saya the
Walker, Sabwy, Ohio. writer, for coffee and an excellent BOWE
lunch of snurage, potted meat and DR ROBT. 0. BOWERI,
jam, with white bread, brought from
Jerusalem. We ate our dainttes with DENTISTF.
some sense of gult. as the D emoI
produced his lunch of dates and i. O)f0el In Miller Law sehange
Dates aud fas. he Informed us, were
Sthe atoral food of deMIrt wandrers, O fle Phoeo No. M8; ieasdenee No. Ml
suffleti to the tbdy, stlamullat to ---- ---- -- t
the mind. The wheat, the a, above
all the alcohol of clllixatlol, Wm T B. LELLIB, JR.,
mere Irrelevancles.
Was It not dlet sueb as this-and be
waved a pair of s..usltire hands over ATTrORINETAT*. W.
his ascetic larder-whihb had enabled
him to reply to the Inquiry of a gr- *
sonage as to how many hours a day OAIsVI..I, LOsra
he could ride in the deewrt. "Twenty.
aour, your majesty. siore a day does
T m i ier ot contain tw.it ve7 gA R, flTH O A XTR
SMiWas t not on a hl t of flg nd dat A T
that be bad rl,1d.n wlxty honre wlthot ATT'ORIKY-AT'LAW,
dtamountIng? wn., It your meat ester, .. OLIOITOIR IN CHANCERY.
Than a fire-engine when your your wine drinker,. who re"taind
S sound aud whol*' .r.t when newel*y
house is on fire, because it in- ,,,~bi him to r.,frlnI from abluothi OAINMVILL Alrshus Co.. FL
Ptaliiity secures the entire value At twenty ,in,, eI er? 0m lIamted ---Imn RL-k -
At tbls pe,'irt hN" (lrtnttlly v.rntad
of your bome--that is, when hisbrTiat,, ilo""., ei.rvetrei that two FERDINAND BAYER,
more were et Ie ,'. to his appletlte andl
)',ir name i DOenned upon O flnihed his fnrunl iitclhe'n. ATTORPKV AT LAW,
strlongg policy fot' - -as.. A,, La. F.oara..
IOhl-s -ll l oo. itlo ptropert, (L..
proved sad unlmproced), phophtep ,
-...UKLKl IIIJILI. see truekl ad fsnrl.ig lad. doud him
i, s. l. tl of eompsank. Winter winds _*_ __ _l of_ w_ yo_ ofer fsore. _ _
at. u,'l,.ndi ipld to big Nahlur. i 2li J. A. CAMrLII.E.
ait yor home? If not in Mf*ty, tIs Ti iA.UARLUI.E.
,lrti i. ill at once inmre it on receipt of ATTORIKY AT LAW
* ,,. from yo. THINK. PROF. HEMSTREET
E.. A s T.'I 'g K. I.ATIT Rend Ge.II .t r a DMd .
S ...MlIED E REA.E. llT..,, ll b'.rs p si
_^tte---dd_ \t ,.06..... .eavnU I*i.
I.al an.. rf spilttth entertain - -.. ---.- I


[RHE

BLOOD FILLEDri9w. ia
RH1u'11tita1im co ults Sfront iA exc' Uf sic tTii ESthe Md. This aid
C~rti'.ntt" thioti-u the systCei acts as nn irritaut t toIllittit mIus1ce
nt'e.% -,. hk t:LISAll.In tissues of the bodyl, taol pidte d
swel IvZ o'f thu joints and the shap, cut:anpm tk of the dis-
case. \Wlri the blood is overburdened wittl u6a olu8umlly gImwe
weaker aticd mnore acrid, an pourer in nmniti-biiS qua Rhavins
Ftisti hm L), pSchvs rtic, antidnot only a pnintit.l but a I n43
outs ditie.se. Se. ietimes the bnrt is attacked, the generral howiS mh
and thet oils and fluids which lubricate the nut~vlci tui
by the acri ndimttvr which the blood Is constmitly drit f
miuclt shrink and lose their elasticity, the contini fof 64ta t
bard a:'d twidk, Atnd often the sufferer Is left a hopeless e'p)
attastks the dlisv~nic .it itsi lread, goes (tow~n Into~he clrcuisiUoan d b~u
luing antl retovin fthe ris acid o
cirettlation and tuildiu up the thit
blood, cures RhlmmusUhup a ai saant vi
& S. 8. change the soar, rd ed"
to a rich. bealthy 0"Unw lm quieft
Itel~d rm v ease Ole *906br. Pa
PURELY VEGETABLE mw'clsdlw sand j d HIs out md o td
systmil~ thea Irritating aaft Which is curs 9%
the pain sind inflammation. Pegiu thisueent & 0 Pma *4angod get the
okt 't of r h'mrW l 4 )tit Atthe clia dumpames of Witer %will mot kep yew
In consLUt ).p.u una tulsi c InLk on I Rthetattis nd erny I ad*"se
free. THE SWIFT 8PXCIPC CO.. ATL S, A M
,LY-E -IT-
CLYDE STEAMSIHIP C~.


If'O nBAILINrIOGB E2LAOE W JB.

Jackeornivll and New Ypork,
Oallill at OHARLISTON 8.0., b ie*W.
Thefl, o est ateaumips i the OSeetWwa Sue
lydoe N e' Englntd and loutbern Lineo
rreliht Mervlee Betweem JAOCK VUSIVIXS, OSTUlN sad
PROVIDNNOI, sad All laeem Potle.
Calling as Charleston hosh wrae.
aib1&I-W3D"1E.Ly, SAK IZaR
sosthBbound .......... ..... .............. a Le is' Wl harf, Bl sk
Notthbouad..... ......Prom Foot of Weashlton t.. JaboiLvllie


Clyde st. Jhns River Line
H14eter n JAOICKUONVILLI anrd Sean ANeur
itoipiri as rlatka, Astor, Bereefon (DOeLaOdl, adtd latermalset Ladiage
Se* St. John River.
Steumers "CITY, OF JACKSONVILLE' snd "FREI' DI BAY'
are apMpt lIatd tko ,l a fulwollows: Lreae JeUguavM, dally eseept
daturdays, at 8:)0 p. m. Reoersilla leave a ha, tfaly
oseept un1adape, at IFUilO a.
S.wS.. jm.: -..
Leave p. ... ...... ..Jackaolle ................De :s.t,,
IMe 9;:o p a. .......... ....... hatla................La 1r:IM pL
Ien ve 8:00 a. m ....... ..........AIter.,......... ve *4ft p.0 m
l4ave ............ ... .. .lknereerd (Di Md)........I..t e I.-4 p.&
Due *:0W a. m .................. tofurd ..................Lave 10: na.E
Ir)e 10:30 a. m............... Matrprte..................L ve 1.: St.,
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Peeeenger and Tiasket O4Re, itR WeelG ey Vtr4eet Jaeh0ewIie. *
II. H. iAyMUNJ. Vice-Prs)dlut sad G( ers MMaeag, New Yort
H. 1. MAYNARDI, I. T. M. A. C. IKOIIa T,. 0. A..
Pirr 3. N Rt.. New York. Pir N. A. New Yot.
L. 8 HC0(tOlII,. C. A V. M. IRONMONOM. A. 0. P. A.,
Ilieesurg. Via. Jkuivllft VFI.
L. U JONICH. T . A., JO(HN PRfI41I8. i, p. A.,
Ja.k",t>asllh.. Via Mier $4,I W. New Taer.
C. P IOIVKI.I, Alnt. Jacrkh vllle. rta.
General Ofll*a, Pier 34.North lRve,. New oer
I i mM-I - .- n .nn


ATLANTIC COAST LINE


RAILROAD


l;o :EVERYWHEIIE


I t t A do.'neett.'t1o5 On Wo Wf th e'UK C r Lx THOR. w VILUWNO
Oft; III I T"011, rfgAV
The aiSdcl gr. oI. 1th recnte? Theeform.
_ _e t,'.gi w by VOIMrufrom CLARK &
: the AtllI-n' -While the m a nr ? ta
1he lunfu.nr of Hyp'llmoi and If
T. F. T y~ou av- dffutbOlul &bow we pmairko
I'if II -"Otimm. OP pm ee ug
S IDFO TIKTAK CO- a nd r r.,n .ncs-d [Fl oo ab 611Cowl f aGd


ITWO LAIRG. at Orna LADY a
ows GEN LMAN. W N badrMid -
,m me Ip$4 adrut ticbst if at the 0 Ik *" em Ussawl, "S"

Ojsra Ici',.. ett SW1 p~ a. oawnvu VfSI-
*LeyTeci-ft Is 6014 Undf P6
tive Guaffltfe- of V"e Am ion Cull y Ahiac C4
.fled Your Moesy WIN be


)rril me. Le M. TV*w
O"WUVILULEL WA.

Wem 680
am w*a -Wbrp


North, South, East ad Wetd


1hrtugh Vidlallii*4 .rvie oro nAll Trina.


Consult the "Purple Foldcr"I

For flofaili-4 Ir~f.,
I cit tiii~I,'I T~f. '* Itc* II, .v)ltltl, IL4, UPe A),,sI 75'sef
vanta'imao, 'I" .- "ttir rivn ew r4ik'it Ag.'l,
tor vwrite fir cDT(l 'itI


Ticket Avent,
Allwtac Caet LIsA.,
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preparation of
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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

I lattas of QGenra Inf et Oahtb
aWad by Oar Bpo.rtrm.

R PMSRONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

Mhat Me Huappoed and What i
Geag tI Happen Tld I ntShe Parm.
g tmpheSo Thaat0W1 WheRne May
'MR ft i The ea
SMrs. Agle Taylor of Mocky Point
W au vistlin frds Ina this ity yalo

SW. .a .eouer o Roohl. was sibmg
|Imto wbhe *po t yesterday tr"di

N. utherm, a welt-kown youml
,,r1~r of LaOrose, was I the aIty
|' ttdh ytarday.
Vernal COMtty o Viloaaopy was In
ith oity uinday, a suet of his sister.
SMrn. J. Fltabh Hill.
S eorge Davenport, formerly of this
t' eit but now of Jaosomvtill, spent
Sanday with friends ber,
Tboa Roebuck. who has ben for
s ome time engaed In his trade as a
r"earipttr at Otter Crek, spent 8una.
Say pIltb his family in this city.
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ue sis) Vernon Ladle
Wo.10. Knight of Py*
$hias, meets tonight as
.140 IntlcirCosrie Hall
"Over Dutwn'* Bauk.
WONb task of Esq -Ira Vi-tice
brosh'ussik O..p J. A. iO3RTSON, I
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SJ. oMewberry was tran
are required td s tt *hi s o ty yesterday.
1twewemiJl. JI. t. taw %lbamy, one of the
DIena b .a Si fM itaen of that seo-,
is was in ftl eity yesterday.
W.&4 at mthe druist of litos
s oa , iftes- those who spent
"dPy. 1silwwtis tn this city.
G 'I O**@i *d Mes of Waldo, one of
th emeAt e al er of tHti Baboard
SAr bu Jas among thoee who spent

Sis ~- ste er, secretary, requests
Wts to bVeM h mailed letter on
rr S th to l out the reply card and
*al it to"m at on=e.
ch or e f o d J CIomMtYs Oba. Furman of the Bea-
r board Akr UMi who makes his head-
guartesr h Waldo, was among those
mC or ICe who ~sp terday 1L this city.
valuable n the ProC iL It of the State Unl-
lain ub*antial, arltty w U Iectore at the Higb School
lainsubstantal, AaditeI r-Tue.aday ,venni, the 28th,
for a |occ at 7:80 o'clock. The lecture will be
SrOCCa Illustrate, Subjlect, "A Bummer in
Sthe food more the qa Sons.
J. H1 I:Id olph of LTesburg Is in the
md wholeome. city. r. ,Randolph has been traveling
Sfor the celebrate d coffee, house of
Chase & born, Boston, for many'
yes, and it one of the most widely
known and most popular traveling
lesmeon n to e State.
---- Contractor MeMahan has completed
A. J. Dyal and Thomas Ostaen of the brick-work on the compressor.
Graham were In the city yesterday. room at the waterworks plant, and the
A Reeder ha returned from a same has en turned over to the;
buslnea trip to LaCrosp and other OsrpeMter, and will be completed
points, within the next two weeks. The
Arthur Downlin of Donie was building will be 21x30feet.


amon those who came to Gainesville
trading yesterday.
. A. Callison, manager of Spring
Park Farm, Btenilnton, spent Sun.
day In QOtnesvllle.
C. A. W. Thomas has returned from
a business trip to poaits in Souther
AMsh a ad Levy oountie. %
C.. Rouadtree, a well-known olU.
an of CampTvlle, was tranusting
bulanes la this city yeeter y.
Walter Fewellen of Molntoaj who
ha bee hnre oi a vilt toirisnds,
returned lo hi h home yeaterdy.
5. 'UM. Roblnms of Reddick s Ja
the a s a visit to his saiter, Mrn.
A. S. Taylor, South Oak avenue
Dr. r. A. Ulato a prosaint eti-
ma of Ooals. peat Sun a i hto ot
aa seet of his sister, Mrs. T. I.
Nloa.
Jff1 SUoons has a lot of fine treo
water a4 today, whlch will please hi
patrol Order early and get first
choice.
Clan Rags Wanted-Whole piee
clean cotton ras, frte from buttons,
pias, Otc. Pepper Publishlan & Printb
Ing Co.
0. C. Crawtord has returned from
Mvinton.,where he has been to install
a bath tub and other sanitary im.
provemUnts for Dr. vvans.
Ten Sallons fresh oysters at Reed.
cr'a. West Union street. 'lrics for to.
tv011 only, 40 cents a quart, 75' cents a
halfgalloni, 1.t50 per gallHm.
Sulpriultendoiit Armour of Arredow.
Ido. who has charge of the C'otlso
faurim, waa among thoab who spent
Sui:dy with trieuds in this city,
E II. 4t(dwith has goIl to Hllgh
iHlr.i>; hire he will hlik after his
\lt. L t *l..' real statee nal other Ister.r
St t 'r the nit t%%u or three days.
S \\' 1) "T0'h,> Out it Btlue
I.a 'll 'Ai i t IV 'a llla Ilatractis outwi
a'll o htrr 1<-AU, Ce of( their absolute
','urltt roIt strength and dellcoue

\ t; \ ideon and I. Kniht. two
i,'r.tillSlt ettlaian of Nvs twrry. were
In the cttr .)tsorrday traisactitn buiA
n1*60 T1Ir, werv loth |Ian;,ait 1+'t
Io.r at thl< *rt'. 1


ne tra~iii~teaN ibs Vora Lyn&
%%tIII ri-rt to ouoC thalt this pJOular
va'uglt La. tIs ill %ith tincumonia a&
the mv* I, nev of her tsviaiu r n W.
K I':.ab inr. G aim ';aaacaillo


Nt-'r c ran telI wbo you'll mams
a tiger or ff.'r a cut. hruIe'. bum
tv *m ie IW 114r-.arod I Vr. Thomav
FA~ric r Q1 :a yr'lel the
Palo--Aluicky cures the' wound
Tbe wretnv tao the. o Andsy sch
teaCher. of thF P'rvab!tprlab c
%Alli h be-d at the reldes ao )Ira
L a Smth NOrth Owd"g Bk@ Kat
1- eWebI* tiak ev"Ibo A NM 4
OWSM. 1* % su ib QOks


Among the prominent visitors to this
city Is W. N. Cap formerly of Albion,
Levy oooty, where he was extepaie-
ly caged i the mining of phosphate,
and wbre i h bad a nice home. Mr.
Camp a ooa of years ago purchased
ht propelt pn Ocala, and Is now mak-
Ing his hon the.
Mr. aMd Na W. w. Taylor tave
moved into te o new home on West
Liberty amreewhere the Taylor fam-
ily are now paaatly located. This if
one e1 tMe he m" i tho

veoaleueaad bedi of Mr. and Mrs.
Tayloe aemratula them upon their
new Posastsoms.
J. W. Patteo has returned from
Trenton. where he bas bern for the
pat few days oa bianeos. Mr. Pat
to state that al estate s on a
boom in that asetlon now, many trae.
ten being made reoetly. Mrs. 34me
love has sold her plantation near
Trenton to Ma Jone, and ias takes
up her bome in Trenton.
SThe Bm is just In receipt of a let
r freo B. H. Powell. an old Alachua
county boy who 1a now located In
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In which he
says, "I amoetting mighty anxious to
ae some news from dear old FIorlds
and I know of so better way than to
subscribe to The Oalnesvlle Sun. En.
closed And one dollr for which send
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THE 8PRJNG GOODS ARE BEGINNING To
ARRIVE AND IN ORDER. TO' IAKE. NECES-
SARY ROOM FOR THEM WE MXUST CLOSE1
OUT CERTAIN LINES OF GOODS. .WE QUOTE
- PRICES ON ONLY A. FEW ITSXS---
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Our .sgular 7.8 Costs for $4 00
Our relOr 10.00Ooats for 00
Our regular s1.M0Costafor 0t 50
Our regular 16.00Cots for $9 00
Our rvular 1.60.Coats for 19 40
Children's Coats reduced in same
proportion.


Regular $.00 values ot.. $2 2
R-gular 8.80 values for... $S 50
Regular 6.00 values for... .$ 76
Retglar 6.00 valne. for.... $4 H


Our regular $ 2.75 Rugs for 0$ 00


Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular
Our regular


4.00 Rngs for $2 90
8.00 Rugs for :$ 7.4
0.00 RugB for $4 26
7.50 Rugs for $5 76
10.00 Rugs for $7 00
12.50 Rugs for $9 00
18.50 Rugs for.. .$1i
22.00 Rup for...s18
25.00, Rua for...tl1


The very best Kd Glovee mal
-just too many to carry over.
Our best two-clap Glove, sold at
$1.00 to 11.8 a psr, for 75c
only ....................753
Latest twelve-button Kid, Osll a11
the time at 18.00, t
per pair............
8ixteen-button Kids, regt!,r price'
$3.60 and $4.0% at IC
per pair onl ......... 3



Special values on front table at
18 and 2 c. Come ad see tlhei.
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Fifty-five domn Ldiee' Black ('at
Howe, ele 8 to 9 L-2-
special, per pair....... 19

Special values in other
lines.


MRS. R. WILSON
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Bach ausrtla, but no advertUe
meat taken tor lss tba 0 eants. Six
words make a lte; no traconal ines,
very word over each e counutin as
an additional li*. CASH In advance
must aoooepay all order for laser.
tious i thas eeohu m.

WANTEO-HELP.


FOR SA 8BlD-ae iord carbon type
writer ibbdus t* legal work at
The una ooe.
FARM FOR SALB OR RBNT; horse
and m uP for a" do-p. 0Go. w.
Bcofleld. OGainesve.
FOR SAL8-.sty Barr Plymouth
Rocksa Wrie W. T. Joes, Ft.
White. a, L. IB, No. .
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WANTED.-MAL HELP.
CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED In your


WANTED-Cook; white or colored, locality to represent uM; experience
Apply Cotinental Cafe. unnecessary; Y per r and e-
.. ..-. -..= -' L.--_ ....-... penses. Write for particular. Mon
LOST. roeo Cgar Co. Toled4 Ohio.
.-.- . .,- .. . ....." II I I n | in _..
LOST-Rlack and white setter gyp fmil
Answers name "Lulu." Rew-ard.


* --- w m-m.U Notify T. B. Ellis. Jr., or The Siun t
Ql"~~ Qaluesville.
PHOTOGRAPHY. RESTAIU N I
.H .. P FOR RENT. --
Photography today is an economy rt
and social ecalt in ever coamm- FOR I ENT-Two ftrlIled rooMsI. Coale atl y L r e Priatr
Ity. It ma ntaisu the memory ad Apply 304 W. Chae strIee" o a td t
afctlons of tally Uf through th Furnished room sagle, sultabkllight. t' oldt eitabt*hed Mtaut, t
pictre it makes, nd which w. could housekeeplan. Apply Teleg'pb ofee, .. tequpal Ise 8,16
not now do without, Horw often is re.-' --, d
gret expressed that so palture ests FIO RENT-~New Averom cotta e In OYSTERS "n a'ta""
o wme friend r relUvswho sla o S ath Galnrv.lt Apply at noul. , omsinsy .
Shmagr with us! oUime tiandeed. war's store or 4a oea. WST
bth camera has to trade apo the DRIPPED COM .
acr.duess of the death chamber Itelf POR RENT-Seven-r hbou. cor Regular e sTr net.
wht n relatives test t a potaraph er N. Oak ave and Oranr' R M Trai T
In much rcunsatm s Wtr than street. Appy 117 East Main trt We do ot prwais morething f r
noe at all. ftS 6ot poertlaatae. _o_._ .__ I.Id st a rasrnAe bh eny.
lie wise and "me the shadow fOR RMNT-Two saftraibed bright Sr.-ril upprs for p aries d Mqnn
the substance lades." etww room&. wit 0l00 a0d ptrv pb.wt *aC a, points. a. d
You emau t a ptltar ft aket ses o bath; wfl frnishl itfi desired. ea'r. Ope an nearly m late.
ftn itfO*tI* at son" 4U Weti 98 West N cteg N I* *5. *M() OWar eo


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