Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01189
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 29, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01189
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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xiV, NOe 3805




IiBe a, C 'lf^h th


Ings Begun Ag t Prt"iee
With C*I- j* To L eot
Treasury IN OeaMe"t0e with
ing and FumrnUilt Oaptl.
sburg, Pa.. Jan. -Not aloe
of L'nited ltMU IMMtr M.
tea year a dr gplr-,
wreck a PU' li -a.
e bees s0 ua W Ltrelt fl a
has been maalzftd thm~ohout
Ivania in t heprm 4ooP be-
onday aIAUlnat ftm charged
piracy to AMCt lise tIrea-
oonnectloa with the onstrueo
d furnistinlag t big state
I buildln,. dllace. te r ela
nearly two yea ai, Ie which
of the foreo1td Ma m te state
involved, the btapoeng white
e structure on 0g0otd Hu1, With
ate furnlshlnas ad4 frooes,
n a point Of gratt teest to
ty seokers a"d elUtws gener-

e trial of the allegd eoaplrators
an conducted Il th41e agy ol-
aed county 41m0cW ,am SIts
r have ba ysetreA to the
to acoomauno-e t e 4dtants.
and aIe*PO eorrespos-

special Jury pael of eigt It on
a, nd Judge Ge Por Imkeel,
a member of Mthe iS tel. and
wtomer on the Petsmylvah4
is preoding.
atrut of ate le esira~
listed for tu br l payments
,417 for pdU table dJ
trees. Tho SteU a were paN
the stat M rtMe of 18.40
foot." The eeM wlth al.
that tfr to 8aeont of
S were pI Tre de-


uts in the- wo am ( o ead M a a no ath rs supposed o
ttor John Me nLWafae Wt have bees Inltantaneous. The weep-
tct Jo AMn f 0as used was a 3 ealiber pistol and
tonJ foseh mU.!!wui w l found lying on the blood-stalned
pbia; former Ai~tuad e WI I
P. 8n)de, r al 13 ;a r-pillow.
St 8te reisum iUsa L. It I not known when Mlss Porter
CeT. off Md sad Ms sOred the fhtal shot. ut t Is tbouhtt
Maker, of tM e fa .aores to have bea early In the morning. As

leit chief cUuoedofthe e .ci weeks and bad thres'o. l to kill her
lvAP1YAott6On Oe44udl; Aei~tB. self upon severe ,.r ,-11 .nn..
r ;vw : Ahon G Iy r J^o tB.Int
nIt.am; tat ta r John R. The re nmals .. .:,t tn Mont.
c' tlrrisburgl; tra D1trt ttor I Somvery. Ala rr T: t r-n nnt Mi
Se Dtriot At- Parker was a mn,. .. of a prominent
S .' IdanLt are eproesemts by i
S -I .d MA. L. Shiy Montgomels.'ry fan.v
It 8 .:Welre, I., SWI1rP A. M.
+ .4roKe, M. Cdemr4j Jr.,of
L tsarm-el K. Oe e1t, OLrl Anxious Her Father. a Prisoner,
tol.a. hia:; forisir Aiwasre Gener
&oil O. f iAl. O4ns er; Should Witness Ceremony.
S SI N. g age ; Cft ; stu. Montt me.ry, `. '.-; : .--In or-
I1 n I Scha.r, a; Ca der that her fa'...r .!, !' a prisoner
' 14mr S b. OUhlibt M of [)oKalb county :lr.t siCtess the
to R ptresetla l Uo Idr wed dig, Miss TJ':o:' W'r;"t* s4lpul
1:4!#T **, k b WK*. d "r ed that Jer n:arriar,, ,'h II. W.
.,-r, it tI 4 M sm*os B"arnes bould be* a 'ja!l at rt
&tI *rsM a omgata 0. .epit l . t
'* Dta i eos uhagwn'Sr ?.- ble to, pans. 'he Itoom as
a"'- hi a brg es e mpableld iher tt.re r.n *be ceremony
a '! o b s was tied nl .,, ., aeerf is
r*It 11111111i111 t the. prep ce .f a f ,w ft'en4s oM
tr" "t: l t(br.ighig.. a e outside sr I f,.low prisoners
.:of the prert i:,t i
, i s* at- w ."........
. r nlaat thoe f ta Died f rm Per umrme.
41* tc'hU# i t ll atf 8BeUmnrat ':a J.: .I --Miss
.".-on's ettl r Utat the s, b'ac .r : .N l aturday at the
S"p to t& seed f Ti. -d- ea ged Wa s 11 bur106 Ah

~~~eq to %w3U~hbe sepw~
"!%"ot heeg dmaudite.
'ebaeVU --s-s--'-rm-
a ft mode" t ULm.

-111-119.D. Q.40.1* *-4he
("'omm aw w -so
F ::I .. .-aIL I1
ha lisu--e-~sagptb n1B
"t "" "at=&
4 1tn osaft Um aU
am vilw-

liopewel cturrh 'oIDA T. mw s
6er mind dcarlr.r .0 cli'l gar ow a
matfitof 00 Ls.,A!&Utt,, fits her
bratige r. tntr~te baa'kW r4 9
ca.e f" r ah-r colig ome" til
her 4*stb Ws s: a we thre"ule
bwna ustacned t fILi "ofr W

ne a snwower b gef ofrCIm ue
Sardealas. The brideslade were
Mli Ruth Vanderbllt Twombly, W
oonmsn, ad tNU$ Dorothy W tatey,
daughter of WillRm 4U. Whitney. The
bride wa also tteeded by her lttle
alare. Miss Porel l'ano WHMitey.
daughter of Mr. aad Mrs Plyae
Among the ushers were (ountt te-
faui Frel. ny' a d C(oalt Paulr M er
caz) Among the guess wer
liMri Iln.ln.en:utler son 11nglnrssr,
the Atstrian ambassador t i ,he 1'rlt,
t4d Stater. and his wife. and Alfred
anil Jdirlnad V'anderbllt. tbthers of
tLv rlttI.
Slany of tbhe nst prolsinent mm.
bhrs ,of New York wselety we i. spua
the guests. while outside th' Vinder.
bilt reilience a great crowd of the em.

r'urs public thronged the l s'lilk bA
Wedding Sekfset Skr's
r.:Iuwing (be emosy a wddhng
b'wali'et was serve herO ivie-oW bel
di~sgijutqd 4at varimoUs tlsie.through
ou@tit-t*LedL. AAJltbro'gi thl oms
WOM It.Osamlfiy deomeated with
Pa!ms Bao lb Ids.
The ocua' nd Classles s ftesy
wil. no to twpaet to roo~sts Or a
WO at ',ba hom 8aseof nald VNdW.'
PoekaitheeTMIM ""A".
lena'.s mA_ Avk- Is.. 9 .Atkmr

", I T7 UN0AIW0 a 61 -Iumw
revys for me Itemsmstal rlmad
b a r-Pa0 04a psiftte oe' i ho #a e
arjse loans retiwed eminltf tmhf US
ase1icluegs w 4w wdwfgsal its amo
the ntrmd plA aso hr a la I""de
cralsatles in Snlibrl~ una ~
cea~lostsom to bmwlwmu care 4 Th
weaotgoa Coal sd 1#81is osom a
SMaM. Arf.. 60 esle nGAW
psasiftiea I MAN to 51"0,40. 2s
ou will rd Mari 4.

Ceeee S te' m uAemy. iCs*e *I. e. Jm.H. -4%

t Dl 4 E4 fzti ClOf ftftf* A. Ala'COANVg UPI*
viesL pvll,'dent1- of th CI a-y
Csh that p~acr, a( nhofIG'S vl
a ': l*",tag tho war., 04d 4 1p.
won kmms am of so mftw 16r I
d at ou rwb w sJpo w s i a

ter streets are Iket valuable military
maps of u Prase6eos east d
fensse asad tpogephlS pla of, the




-Young Medloal Student Kills Himself A, NUIjp L W I biNG H y Thrw wili Pohably Knew Hi
By Planco's Dead Body. I S tf o End of Wek.
Paris, Jan. 28.-A tragic ending to Now York, Jan. .-The fourth'
a romance of two young French peo Hfrlosga Coasl LOI to Altar u4o Pribably the last wek of the trial
i*e of food family occurred at Nice aa H lt he last w chrof rth o tral
rom ce off lytWo Youn. urreencha NieP. Iju u C i Altar of)I of IX. Thaw, charge witht
when I. Georges Hucher, a medical Dauklr of Vlt. murder at Staford White. began
Mtodent and the son of a well known i Monday.
fflcial of one of the government of. In aSift of the fact that the bret
cea. ;I himself at the bedside of DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENT trial realred twelve weeks, the prr..
bis pead, tancce. Mile. Julette de Ray- eat one will, it is thought, be ended
mend. nl on-tbhird of that time.
Mile. de Raymond had been under Many of New Yorkk.Most Prominent Much evidence Intrcduce at the
treatment at t-he private hospial of Society People Were OQuete-Wed. first trial has been ;lmlinatel thin
Dr. Polrler, in Paris. wlo, r M. ding Chorus Sung By Thirty Boys of tnie, and with earh s4de knowing
NIucher was an assistant. The stu- w.hat every wltneos would testify the
dent tell In love with her, but hi St. Pltrick'e Chancel Choir. examination of witnres.es was u uch
parents would not hear of a marriage N York, Jan. 3.-The weit tll. at*ler and much shorter.
owing to the girl's dellcato state o of of Miss Glady .Moore Vamerll!,. I.e Monday the def en cral?'ed t. tP
health. daugriter io Mr. Cornelits Vandrilt. itand. for or five doctors and l t1111r
The pair finally e:opeol. They to Count l.rzln Szoohenyl, menl,'',4 of fITn Ifm Itrpr who attend!'d T'haw
went to Nice, 'where they *ook the IHungtrian no',lity, lleute"nnt of during spe:l' of Illness there, .nd
beautiful ground-floor flat, v th a iari bhussars annd horiidary member ,i ht then Insanity experts were rallied who
garden overlooking lthiel':iualo Austro-lHungarlau pari'ent, iwk Otdlld.vored to read the hyplnthetI'al
des Asglals, and M. lhcl:;r Ioped plae at the Flith Ave:.ue home of ttio n1*''la'tio hlch IJttleton brtd preptr.
that the warmth of the (lln.arte wou;d bride's mother soon &ifter uocu Mun. e,. and *..ch Is swid to contain .mtm
cure his sweetheart and enahle them day. 1,,0(0l wurds. To this question tle
to marry. But Mile. tIo l.' .td, The ceremony wiai performed IP n tho allotAts will reply that tn their 'pin.
grew worse, and diel tin i. r vor's presence cof anuttt ::'.0 ottlIhI IIn ho Ion Trl-vY v a,, wa;en het kllel White.
arms. salen on t he Fittr t;ve lsnde;. )l ~ ir olnnwlngnwi the nature or
Hucher was frantic w!ih rl,,f. lie Vnndrerbilt rlldnc. At one i I of quality If H! act or' thnt t"e net w.1
stripped the garden of al: 1ts flower the long room an altar was Ip .icl wrong, the ('.- 1 d&Inlllion ef tuch In
consisting of ropes, aritu lites and under a bower of *bendlng palm *P, st anity s* e\i;Si' one from pwisih-
,white lilac, and order,.l I..ti qluanttl- tops of which came together ,m. nent for a ,,inle. Mr. l.ttletti bfst
ties from Nice. He 10 int into tihe Ing a ra th under Shi'h t.Le ,rItal ta ht! at h Ih ollvovet thn cne would
bedroom where his fla'.,c, was lying, pirty procetedd to the altar. ..,tlt be oijletl*ld terote the end of tie
and covered her wit'i t ..o until the trunk of the palmJ were t',,\.ni week
the bed wae one large loral tbaik. thousands of orchid. I)!trlrt A torney Jeronme he not
Then he strelchel hnir.,.lf at the tMis Vauderbllt was accom nled loeaicat what witnesses he will call
girl's feet and shut hlm.zilf through ito the atar by her eder brother, 'or. I rIbuttalo or what attempt he will
Sed. _________nelius VandorMt, and the count wan ike to combat the iasanlly defeat
FIRED BULLET IN BRAIN. s-compapled by his best man. 'ount which bM be met up. It Is ant b* I
__Antono Sigray. The wedding core leud however, that the rebutl l.
Quitman, Ga., People shocked Over money was performed by iMgr. M. J. will ocupy any gruat amoat of time.
ulicide of Miss Clyde Porter. f v.::e. rrcxt.r of St. Patrtcl's ca .
Sarnnabh. Ga., Jan. 2. --The peo thearal. assisted by the Rev. John J. ATTEMPT TO OB ARMORY.
pie of Qqitman were greatly shocked per .. T!e wedding ebor r Tr
eanday morning wn they learned laul's cantart "lRthl" was sn b h Believed Jrran" e Sp Ted to Ga
that Mie Clyde Porter bad eommintr thtl lY tns t he St. Patrick's Mhns.e OM., J. ; .-
siclA, I*eel choir Te O r.-
Her 4d body was discovered oshet Bria 's O e wl didlyIntentb y
I o'lock by Mrs. L. .I Barton, with The bride wore a powi of Ivory t wt dsedly ltest by eatinal guard
wen she boarded when the lthe ltr with embroidery, poVat lae saned a sarpeboeetro eK rld, I ramor I
went to all her for breakfast. Death garlands of orange Moseeom. Hwead nd ttem to ro arm
was caused by a pistol shot in the velTl wa of pot ie esaugt with o composes K aN. Pth lahtry
right teople., the ball pa^ssIr through spray of oriaoe onbso. _ll MW sa-. u of the national guard.e I the b 1idisg.
.rI.- tep-All a-- ay o aemma & ..Awhicht io located at Se"ohass sad W"l.

pophoula. I OL.,NP4QMg., StwpEa.
Jim th a ausak as the building W a
not a burglar's ot~w'4 overao Io PFr Teoo Hew' rMe" Pewgt Se Aive.
sees apparent from te p'naltency Hoftvy I el"4101 Left
of the mystqrkus vistors. rrtlasd, Me., Jae, "-Vime W
Ca~rly~aturiday mworgang sad agl seeral 1imes tgreaeed q. awil oat0
I the bdark&*nee *f kady mornlng ,Thebtusle**$sortis of, Mel elou, a.O
two men tried 10 ala0as ee48 s bib cFAnad o~mege sumetna t
IWl!, tho premlsee, I ever Wl a mIWs" tmllars, aM -i
o ''Ilts are wohiftag on I thecfsnedto theo b ok Io wbI h It Is*.
Liaty that Japanese spies Were94011 d Molft y morning, after almot ame
low to lain eirsuce into the ope brart ebfiangt by 1'brllaad ho&*o,
of it@ armory. 4104 4y we% 644 A Pp"Oted "M 989.
oral outside tltle,.
Mille ReewSwe"Wor.I Mef re started Is til eb Wbow" I
Pottsville, Pa., Jos. W-'lO wmso glwdo h1use e'digMilien, ('est it 1) ).,
big opee hstt WOWSr*l twuwed OP', and It t* 1a ttheir bal lf ath b lW
craloop h bos diay. wile tho It- I Ing thast tei arwae rpig of the &W
lech gaid I-lark roelnal gill irt, ,wasoalbod,
Selus at the Iterts wteel tmhsa'5! Iater, Wips Thep Ire vas ebeaS 18
mills Aleso tarted up fall bhAde. O0' be Under mct. ~tothe 4iAe 11"fsof
1edAr y the 12-10t6 mi i tll te0O. OI j the bol.Mss oe Oile by A. I. ON
M"TIrtIGat ed"e of t r0 R1641 &Wss, w9 lasveed. bty lame
coy- lr' n, E&.any, smI01n lug wh Mi g6eWW "ad;# Sir w ilythre .
o0 am, fte hve ben idle 411000 d S54 a V a"IIagggs-Wy0
JInuary It, nl" Weit 10 50wa, b oo A4the S0.0n o Ioh S of mbiat ua
one thoosd mr f4 l. 0 0o"mpOW I sbaees %be 'ised
Sy's repwar apersumoed ea 54redw"A remsrka -!e featwre of he Of wU
Wonl'. I%*-*tir e 4, a~aeeofi aeaiile. OW
Ifarie eacep is~ reaeeded tW A.W1

Moutoxery. Aia Jos 35-A W1 6&10 resuisee ui OW
@iVes tria.4. of G'C e:. .r Chee:t r .t lg Oiew or weIs Um e f
41ote*1as8 "IFIA5 t?.g 11,14gSoervor is dCer 0 aall ftai h ems
0 t'14 of 00 t*t- fr 6Ss om sb Pre
S1tat*%.nte sat l. c tc J t ti, ble decire. 7%0 off btmmhds ed b *1
I~o~rn ial. Marv lawbeft sail" ho bar
Woe that 1 t6 W Illw -voO ee118fhis allbo "Ius a f W.
tWM CA t lbree Fe mk l ie P1 t ak s a N
P;pmty of Ilme afte esphwsals
of s term I* Notetver OW MyPoft".: PedoW eCowl asoAsegafen
of the O aUtOft"o s 4 a t164 1160 1 W eAvo w i a -4 6 a
the ~ rito 444 jOf ast"KO"WRer"? OU f a .
IW 6war a Itr m e f Sale eaol s e~WN$m be
9W Molise wft* no GeV*& Mary j i I ~ fe Owl y eflift W&YtM
r 4AO W I &. "ss. d d g. X 3 XV t i lIm sa w weID ,

Suisade s84mte~s".. kwo bdag
I -I a~,~~r c00 3,
xS4Ws & iso ,s 35 iat sr aw u'm Nos

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Of (ramhehIS VA



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Fire Lss of half li Mo h s
SustaM at Ckiap


Mayer Building and the Hetel Ple
once Devastated by Pliameon Quet
of the Hotel Fled to street Sleanily
Clad-Fire Finally Controlled,
Chicago, Jan. U.--teo Aresnma1
suplpsed t\ l:ave been killed, arnI
than a mIro f other Owee Inijred
anld properly valukl at t( It a mitios
dollars was destroydl lna fre wihlr
delastated the Ms)or balding., a see
en story structure, and Ibh Hotel ieor-
ence, at I 0 l-7 Atlanut etret, merly
Muaday morning.
The nfre brke out In the basemeat
of the Mayer hiillding and spr4d eo
raplill) that hwbn the Irm sdtaohla Bt
of llrinio.a rrivett tie entre bWuJ-
lusg etas iliAce,. A strong 0rt'i
wind swept the fltlans to tho adjaesMt
hotel ,uiltli:t and lu na *ihorn nue tte
latter buitiill, WUa eiso a ntarlug ttw-
The frarn,,g anlt nx)fs of bith build.
nats cnlrAp,,d an hour laler, carrylfu
with them an entire acipesny of Ire
men, All ,,copt one. James OdJ
Fiber, of itl'ck company No. 1, *
osell. Ills body lI believed to be
Io the rules.
Many of the guests of the toal
were scastily clad wie they re ob
he street. The reutge were ear
tr by the pollee.
esplite the threstmlg atare of
th, tic,. banrd Sor by the Irin
cou!sa4 IL to th* sv slreeteNs. eo

wihoeeae 4dst reao gs, a Umh
me swarmed p the es o ad et
meape eO oas atolafa otreftm
porng"4oas of water sof the same
fM.Aheir Uantage Palate.
Two bear after the lOt talrm I d
saded, the L mees Uwere aMner s
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New Preident Makes Ood Speeah o
Aoeeptanoe-A Poset Prepared b)
Good J.dle of tie Wet Ind Whlol
Was it for the Gods.
Sol& N. 8.-One* of t h most en
A it motCngs of the Coounty Un
1o f the arws' Brducatioal amd
PWto Ye U eI. of Amertal ev
11i0ta Altewsn eotty w heldM iti
JUaulle LoMe, thrLee mll emoth
et Bell, thebr bing over 600 peopu
:'0rt on the program wa the in
sbllatlon of oloers, the same beIn
pbUbli, and the bose n ldd not bol
1 er owd. The tfr to be IMlstte
ws Mar now Younty presN k t I
FuPte, who poke to, the odlws an
memes as follows:
"Drothes I thank you for the hi
al.itJbt paid me 0 is~loinl me st
tw'ft iatoeit 1lthi the gIf
W r'r t orer, ad. t r to
td lt #as urle f tie dt I atlI

t es wl be oa tr MIhed sad mo
f&M th arm 4I wdl m r er8es
dever to 1 ry 0o tbon semt work
d4, bIlNU p AMeb hai moty ito
*a0l Ittead a hee ll hebaw
**Wah tmaeSi li It Std 14 I adI
Sad -h bfelp t M 1Y 1llow OWeam
lbe ttn eaamt eeatime of very
MM1Wi te o.ae .M WIthet yeaM
Mbo lw t oe b 'IO.to Gig" #a
b lr Wa M$'Wipgese to afrry a

tR mthenr'e be eop
0*T Am eada a m
1M j 4 an ud tIoreast "
na^ |im tide wortseagles a t
Mft^. M'eruad*Ip 4ad broth

"rethorIs l every of i right
e a ew Meelve "to eta ter
tIs mmNt wmok wih a dietirm
to WM up tl o pNt lba u tit uha
etr, bae buit up betMr, d l t
M-l rI1 h'i te by nealtvatU t
at'riH uad betherty love.
"M aT diE aW tome frieM d
ad MMe it vUt of aest tof a
5^ *fi^ r ad WM as"

at u reOgemat which b me
forn the prmW eof a friendly e lahad
w U S eoeouratag work has proved
Nowt(Cw to Oth ew. I ,
1to1 l|lqll^ll IV l d I uM tiliO

A Twe af ab"O t to Mter upon tOe
dte tof t Mt trme, lets et uonu

tnDrs hardships and suffers priva.
tie uand erWiteime to the hope of
winro tg t lat for the ake of his

to mesoowr he would give up.

Stals, ao b the mnot important of
which w that of P. 1. Love, county
orgt nla and leturr, who dwy lt
Utpt the aort time Alachu rount
tha been r tnle d land how murb hadot
ben racomplished In that time iu
the way of orgatatiton le moid we
must at loa sisht of the old ofer his
mIn to them wa duo our hacess to
4to o1sad he woul afraid we had no
bowed our apprllaio to them hort
we ougt to have done, epecially to
ou rtiring president. Itrother Gay.
as to him wa due most of our me.
eae. end that he had rne the brrt nt

The that s the cleared of auutll
ot members and deruater and Preso
dePt Us e apprt ated the followrla
anmlttas on eledato la T A. (a.
M. M. o y and J. Sand how ut b had
thea waw ha work we had a uad talk
fromd our rather, latlonty ('emis
(rol wr Rhdror Onoutj <~miml,

stoker J. W. Mat hewan th piod
ft the ormuw.
The committee tOen NMade is rv
rt&ad ft betog so ow the bonm
.ur ol'esit Plot* made a aew
hwutnm..datio hr the boelrs to
take uader c nelndeS. of rw
sow of Meh ms hfpott Vag "
"r1edaris ol the cottawqag e
raisW&g of mr Vto"el o wiheb
peudung4 our cott at = debt.

^,'eAt the Opera o. .u
WI i 1At th. Opera Honee.

M H se iftdM aWveW au tte thed
id county paper abndl beep' ed 0a oou
d ty affairs, all aIbM take tIr usi
L paper and keep eted oa 'thelr su
d also at least oA e aCpltoltra papI
and reoqmrde4 The oathern Ra
h rallst aba more to edmate th
a tfmint asig on satolettae armin
t tan ay other paper the loat
SBrother Pugat dwelt brildy upol
t seek aubleet and I was emil obsoe
Sed that e had the sadlene with bhi
It b sasot Istea. Adjournmet was
t a t ake for imer,
S Mr. Mte, ya ought to have bee
a thtr; tit a been~as spread, pre
pted by the uood ladles of the uMr
Ir ittt dostry as neer before
i plee f tbore a*M. ft Mr. speculatol
ever thouao t or a moment that hb
r ood stard the farmer to death, had
t peeped ever table there he
Should habe oaapd his aind.
After doier the hoe was called
to order and the newly-elected mecre
tary and treanrer, J. W. Oarlile, bay
Sarrived, was Installed. Brother
.OrlUfa, seetary and treasurer of Jax
vtBe Leal, who had been acttn as
seertary pro toe, was retained as
/atetalt, Brothe Oarutld not betas
The retiring secretary and treasury
having arrived also, Brother 0. H.
G bbho and B. D. Weeks were p
pointed u a committee to audit his
books, whieh they did and reported
as follows:
"We, your commltte, bee to sub.
rmt the t flowlt report: Wea fd
that the eOrtary and treaurers
bool.lhave bn kept In a neat and
bat mllke amanne and all moneys
proprsly aema0nted for."
Brother j. I Matis and W. H.
Hayes wer appolated to entertain the
lade aand aeaa m' vtston with
talks oa good of the order, In the
9ahbol bomoe Seaby.
DBmls was disposed of In rota
tion as st as porlble ad Ia a
haumoaous manner.
Dang the dihscunk of a subject
on the good of the order the debate
waxed warm and nthusiastilc.
Brothers Mathisa Lova Hayes Park-
hill and Pugate made some of the
most enthuslatUc speeches ever made
in Alacbua County Union since It
was or anised.
Brother Hayes won with flying col-
ors. his motion ha lug ween carried
23 to 11. The meotlng then adjourned
subject to call of the preildent.
Everyone was loth to leave such
kind hospdtallty as their West Esnd
brothers showed them.

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
La grippe couhs are dangerous a
tuy tteqetly develop mto peam.
moalas. Poey's eHoay and Tar ot
only stop the ovah but heals and
strentheus the luane so that no eers.
ous results need be red. The gva
tine Foley's Hoey and Tar contains
no harnful drugs and to t a yellow
package. Retfus subettutes. J. W.
McCoIum A Co.

Meeting of Presbyterians.
The annual meetUn of the aoopoer-
tioa and eu agyrltktn of the Pir t
Prebyfteran church *a held at the
chutrh at 3 o'rlo.*k Trceday atlt.r

The minethig is* well attudld, and
r'lj(rts fr~hm '~rkMu source were
very -mcrralh;lu. houtlg the bhur(h
to be Il Sne oadttlcpu

Iorida Spe al Rt..........
Conress Rye .................
BrooMkde Ryo .............
Paul James Rye ............
Belle of Mryland Rye.........
Paul Jones "Old Baker........
ULvingato Rye ............
Old oGlbon Rye ..............
Malt Whiakey ................





mvabt 04~ ul W


The Dandy Dixie Minstrels.
This s a real colored minstrel va-
riley oir. It Is the real thing, and
s set a standard for Simon pure.
ndttln ne ar mlnstrelsy that puts It
it a sIl by Itself. It has no tompeti-
pr, fior it is absolutely alone, un-
equaied and unarvaled, and this ex-
pnrloes Is shared by the dramatic
Wt tW o I all the citUe where the
Dldy Dxite Minatrels have thus far
prNe d their Inimitable Iperform-
ao0. Tih New fork Herald, for In-
stao, declare that t t Is unquestion- M
bly the beet negro minstrel ever sme
la this entry; The New rlrans
PIpoau declare tht it is the very
bet 6lored mtistrl oranisation that
h 'evr appeared l the Cresceent
City The Dalas Dally Times-Herald,
In tovewtu the fist performance In
tidt e~ot, md: "The boase was pack
ed4 th applrse was vociferous from
the *rt All the old-time darkey
sW= were suon and all the old-tlme
dai' dances with new-time frills
were ivM by the Ut stepping sons
of AblfM a. Brnt-oork minstrelsy
Is all li6t, but these mnstrels, who
were ade black by the brush of na-
tawr. ar eloe to firt place as amue-

meat "ad tfn peater."
The Dlady Dixie Mtn trels will ap-
pear at the opera hoe n Gainesville
neut Saturday night, Pebruary 1.


Poebllity of Adminlstering Local
Treatment to That Organ.
Aftr a saris of exprwlments co-
erin a. period of many years, a well-
known spaolallst In stomach disorders
dianoved that to administer local
tratmmet to the stomach was a poe

As a result of his study ot the dis-
ease of dletkio and nutrition, he
prepared a praerpUtIon called M--na
stomach tablets that act directly upon
the stomach ad bowels, Inoorealin
there stremnth ad power to diest
whatever food is eaten.
Headlacee, ddaIn s, palpltaUtoas,
heartar, aleoaplame. latulence,
bad tate In the mouth. Irritability,
drowaes. coated tongue and full
feeling after aarng a results of In.
digestion sad oared by Ml-oas
J. W. MeColhm & Co. give a uar-
aten with very 0cent box to refund
the money f the remedy does not do
all that ts claimed for It.

Governor p Cfnee Finally to interfere
With IRxeution.
Atlanta, Jan. t.-Notwithstanding
appeals have beea made Ibr the com-
mutation of tho sen*ance of Arthur
(i~over. soateaced to bang fof the mur-
der of Maud Dean, a cotton mill em-
ployee of Augsta, the govoeror bas reo
fuseJ to laterfere with the course of
the law. and the condemned nan wilf
pay the pesaRy of de4th on Prday.
Jan. 31.
Lover was to have been banged on
T'Leday. Jan. but four days were
allowed la owch to more thoroughly
prepare for death. ,
mo. Thes. R. Watmoa ao-o made
Satrong appal to the b governor to boe
hatt o Glowr.

PAIO OINTINUT Is guaranteed Lt
cure any easM of Iteh Ritd. IBleod
tag or Protradin PUsM Ia I to 14 days
or mosey fvnlmdsd 6&S.

Y. M. C. A. SIWl dg elea d.
KRnmaiftTs, om..o a 8 .-A awe
Y. M, c. A. building wa dodltdaed
on Surindy at l'to1 0Wth aypropriat
eorrte. The irnrt'aret hs are
Soor an.l waX cv-pl r4td at a M-et of
*.to Dr. J. T lenrademrj. the
apr t'km st o the V!rlakI la utu p.
IM. 4

r,metmr,, g ay~e56mt. Smp h ia.-
Run DownC :p t a pew
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AWsWO ofLht as4 M S 111statos d '
asso w h alfst b m eosat B pe ad oIm t lw


.Real Eitbb Od CMy Lee

y momr.ji

Chas. Burnette ,. Co

65, 637,639 lWst Ba St.

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1. . .

q4q5. 12
MooPgra Rye .......... $.O $ L
The ader. Paur Ryes.... .
Old Crow Rye ........ .17 10.
MoaomA Rye .......... 3.75 10.
Private StoIk Rye....... 4.l 10
WAms Whikl e......... 440 1
Bells of Marylad ........ 4.40 12.
Pal Joes, or Star.... 4.40 12
Uvlngton Rye ........... 4.40 120.
Old Oear Pepper Baorboa 4.40 12
Ja. & Pepper BoW... 4.e 1l.0
Cainadan 0l ..1 ....... 4JO 13.06
ML Venram Rye......... 510 4.
Dewar' Speal Sootch... 4.50 1205,
King WUUmi eaaet.... 7.00 18.l5
Dutys Malt Wklh h ..... 4.00 00
Caeada Malt .........L.. IS 100e
Booth's Tom O t ........ .7 10o
Oorden'a ie Dry t. L.7 105
Geaeva Hoelad Ot...... 4,0 11i,
PlyouthI ola ........... L. 10,
HIemaes g*ee Oggae.." .S 1I
Super RH akbHgl \^..... 3
Old Apple b...... a.n 1o0
Old Peact h,,,. ... a.n1 1005
otd CI t 4I....... o 1300
ladoo Deafm 4 .50ia r 33 lloo
Oti Pr sbt ........: a3 11.
eek sap ay .......,. 1 7-.
eat A W,-... .0 5.,

Com Whiskey.
Old Oeorti Corm ............. $1.50
Maiuon Coonty N. C. Corn.... 2.50
Special N. C. Yellow Corn..... 2.50
Old Pilot Monatao Corn....... 2.
Gold Hand 100 per oet Corn
Double ttamped ............. .00

Domestic HoUlad ......... X00
elle Band Gs .............. 60
xpresa Prepaild Pw CaL
Keystone Club ................ $.L.
Old Kentucky Re ............ 3.05
Old Mooora Rye* ........... .
4 qt.1 lqt.
Keyston Clob ..........3 18.75
OM Baley ............... ..3'5 9.L
Caaller ............... .. 4. 1o
Godemn Wodding ........ 4 11.

If y6u ds0n b pepnW1 orts ars m ange en I a" t g
folloslto $ wYaa:
1 sike i n................. 05.50 4
S................. ........
3 salklis jug .. ***b*e******.. eg
S **b***t*t**.**.* LW.i:::::: t

Chas. BurneUe *& _
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SRi. eHoemtreet, the mlndreader
l.j pitbp dt, closed a two-nights' e
,l t In this city lSRt night Th
house was well-filled ad
ie e ed highly pleased
I t ent. The ProleiM
'e'Ud a Irs subjects about a dosen of
the roun mDen'of the city, and during
0t 0 3re of the evening succeeded in
4epalab the audience that he was
4 adept In his profession.

J. E Fuagte of Ala&hu NroSt


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Oft Lead to More Serious Tro. HAVE CLOSED DOWN
bles--Suggestions on Their
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Edg* *f 1Wo A$NIpped
from behin lM
K of De~bO # In
k of His He
of the amodt ulCY SaS a i-
every kaoll F ttry of
us count y oia I'.W tb .ut.
of NewberMy, ti l Wat bd,
y after darkUt t. t he
being Ules sseaeaty
Sof ag, eI, Ums-w
n of the 7laI etmn,
he has redi d h a tar for
y years.
o definite ps UtWl Bat the kill-
could be N U nothing
ite, accoord" 'w b W aom-
cation th The f wi ha yet de-
body was. to~d l the road
g from ttio eesvillte
t 7 o'clock T dy by passeeby,
the matter wa mo reported
the authorlUMt at N Iswbry.
*AcordEIn 16 0W, -4V' ViDn1lo
R t could be wIn 6 w| Nars that
Sapp, whoM se I about three
al east of N= Wet to New.
ry trading e w a rid-
horsebackt A Ivtn In town
f Sapp hlte js Ublhir to one of
racks so iatM *MOi the streets
a country tos, SM W eat about his
sloess. It wms abodlaurk when he
ided to retarn Se, and upon go-
Sto the rack w*hr his horse had
n left he dimeovered that the ant-
l was gone.
There was ImothlStto do but to
walk home, aq lm-rtU Mr. Bapp,
recording to frMte, started out cheer-
When a short dhafto from New.
berry, poeibly jhm hr drdl yards,
some party ullp I behind Mr.
Sapp and dIsebem d the ooatets of
a double-ar r Ina the back
of his head. 9l l ust bTve been
hlatataneous, asts bead was bor-
ribly mutilat4d t0e body was die-
NWtwiteatasi the early hor in
which this rti ia committed, the
report of the 4 di ant seem to
alarm the peeole M t Iealty, aa no
lavestigattion aM aparttly made of
the same. Hower, It may be that
the constant dle4eralag of bnrearms
to the violatty ba- aenmtomed the
people to ucht sports, aad they think
nothing of It.
Immediately aIter betag aotlAed of
the finding of the ody. Corner B. T.
Henderson e-lpmadl a jury, pro-
re0ed to the Osm am viewed the
hody. The daty speat I Invest-
gatiou, when th Jry adioUged satl


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LacU o uderm w H i oAmuer ausea
A prominent New England sinttit Aton of Oprat .
recently made the statement that ile-, Op
tenths of the more serious lung trou.
bles, are caused by neglected coughs BIG MILL IS ALSO CLOSED DOWN
and colds.
For the benefit of Gainesville Ipeople Several Hundred Men Thrown Out of
we want to say: Don't dose the Employment, which Is Bound to Ef.
stomach with cough syrups, they only foet Meroantile Interate of County.
soothe a little, upset the stomach, and Naval Sntnue
do not build up the system. Naal tore Cntimtee.
The best remedy ia our delicious About the severest blow to this see-
cod liver preparation. Vinol. which tlon that the money panic, which has
contains In a highly concentrated form been on in the North for the past few
all of the medicinal, healing, body- months, bas wrought, was the closing
building elements of cod liver oil, ac- down of all the timber cHmps In
tually extracted from fresh cods' liv. Alachua county owned and controlled
ers but no oil. by the Cummer Lumber Company.
Vlnol heals and strengthens the sore This announcement was made Monday
lungs and bronchial tubes, and re- by one of the prominent attache's of
moves the cause of the cough. Perma- the Cummer Company, who state that
neat health Is what you are after. the action of thu Cummeri w.:o due
Vinol makes rich red blood, builds up to the laco of orders from Northern
the appetite and creates strength. We concerns, to whom the conil,~ol had
ask Galnesville people suffering from been supplying lumber in lare |luatii-
chronic coughs, colds, brochial tron. ttitles.
bleak or weak lungs to try V'inol on Not only the timber camps -,f the
our offer to return money It it falls,- Cummer company have beon le dod in-
W. M. Johnson. Druggist, Gainesville, definitely, but the big. sa \u Ill I
Florida. Jacksonvllla whichh Is the lhtr...l 1i

Wednesday morning to complllte its
Deceased was one of the 11mo0t wide-
ly known residents of that section of
the county, and was a man1 w~ell liked
by everyone. nh it Inrlir % %r not
evidently commnlitted for the' Iur|lose
of robbery, as money ainal other ipe-
sessions were found on theI ITerson of
Mr. Sapp was a widol lr, hlt In stir
vived by one ,son. SRaintue, ;and two
daughters, Miss Annie' Stap aniid Mrs.
This tragedy has cast a Klotun over
the entire community. as de'ceased was
a man of even dllposition, clever temn.
perament, and was in all regarded as
one of the best citizens of the' section
In which he resided.


the State, han also shut don\i l pIc'nd.
Ing the receipt of sultlclent 1Ii.ilneIs
to keep the bglx lant in operation.
By the esumltion of these liltwtrlev,
hundreds of men are throw n out of
employment. for tle present, at lea.t.
In the ariout timber canls of thsl
county, lucluding tramwavs. it, l.hre
has been employed ,veratl linmdretd
men at gKoMo salarls, and ii.iturallh
thiM will be felt throughout th, eu lVnty
The mill at .lackaonville o a, c
ployed a large, number of nmu who
must either seek work el#e., hire or
wait for an Indefinite period ulpoi the
reopening of this nill. The capacity
of the plant is said to he l,1. oo0 feet
per day.
The naval store* department of the
Cummer company, wbleh is extensive
throughout the West EBd. will not be
elected by the closing down of the
timber camps.

A 0ompieso stookat ofaHa Uoru
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kq, weloiltl!rye

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Pisviabl4 vlsuist ianuoatim
plne. amid hitnlgro, NW.ill.@~e
Weeiwl-teOrthinn MeONi"Orimag
~uiiit..OlimpIeto line tear.
-id in omnei. Liberal see.
%%'rit,, for ealal g e, s tate
'oo o lipu 11%# OLDS (OAS
tljol 0 %%4M I'sm X 40111INS,
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Reetaiers and Jobbers It

Staple and Fancy Groceries,


Oral., Gordo nod ao ld tlhzsrs

or W"Ilp P


nows-H kin

usaue ikuu, -bran .eU4l, cutoamead geae
she KRY ROsT goods at the LujWO
wisaranse iastetwa always




Rooster While Feeding Poultry.
Mrs. H. A. Fisher. a well-known and Chambarlaln'a Cough Remedy Ioefita
popular ldy residing with her taUy a c Cnman t Kingtn. Fire, Life and Aooldent *i lw '
in North Oalnesville, had quite an ex- Jame FJre ife.nd ,= ,nu ...
citing experience at her honm a few . w -
days ago which she will not soon for- me of the city council at K
get as she still tw ar the scars upon Wet es, wre
her face evidecfollow: "Omn bottle of Chamber
This experience was as remarkable follows: "On bte of Cha mberd d
as It was exciting. and an Incident lain ough wRemedy ad good effect
iu a ah that wa g mo ro- f You Are In u e
which has never ,(efor,- lc...n heard
of In this section eble and I think I should have beea
Mr. Fi t sher, section Imt o do re quickly relieved If I had .< a a rU nthb l iat .wepuNsbi,. Have a Pollefy let rosae
Mrs. s rc a h ow d tinued the remedy. That it was hena W h Labesi of Pu ad the oomp
daly, wasl and quick In relieving me there Loe 1 rly

feeding the pioulti v %hei> ihes was Dt doatubt and t my tlateato to
tacked by an inmwoe,' r. .wt.r. the dis- an. .. .... Ja to m A
tacked by an 'inau-- riesmter, the _di- obtain another bottle" For salo by
pleasure of whhih h.. ~ s edtoI all dIruggista.
create. Tlhe ra,-t-,.r uiide a suddl en
and unexiiected att( k upon ti e lady Palnful Accident. Thal ao rlous Nlie udove Iol ut r have sne
as she was IN.'Ioiii ...r, plercing her A nu l e eish e r t ,mg f r
face qu hi kly >l h *it mharp spurs I. .. l lu A i t.r h d ,IUI l .
several plae a tro ,,,i he r.ul1t of e 1( A. t.r. h ,u
which the woluictl 11 el freely n iseri oai> (Mali a f, 9 ".!,v
The womlArII OW. walking drown th talri h erd t and elt It ic
The woun, w,. .r I II ci, (re4 ndt.wnmr. hr e
and h -. el' -. ,I ,flvrnoTr n cri,.m 1'ped throwing liar lnhl k rn h lbm. -H,

that ri t n.iliub a set rof
ur. i The fall did not ranuse ay serytous
lpurq. an :l (ioo result o. huow.cr. a.d \tims 'V..,icr i J
A ppreie eing all right n.
Appreci ~~~~~~Intemiv shehfls 8yneed *AlBVL& PLOR*iIDA*^^******^****-- -- - -- --

The S11,1 ..i! -c r" t of a 14 it.'!
fruw u Wl *;1erpl.raiete'r woho for
four )c ar tio. 1loued pastor *f
t)e Mlr .t '1. rI, -l A ci r.b in teim
a.let Tl oT .iO My address
V1 f ei *1:1 I *'I icet (, to) be
.I 1th',t t1 f tmindear old
-14 ? toon In Owt
Fit, '-lose and all)I1w,
torct- f.-Ahuo jrI'r ts p'vw-

Mporry Was 6c
r he, reIde. in this
ctt, in Ocala. is
he-- :r '. 'flays visiting bli


I Suferd so that Ev'- t Coftro te'
Pa in My HarJ W.> hpOJile-
On One Suc Dayi I rLt Uwd

bIr La- rj~rl *'s 14that tho c"Iutyl
v-It.iaeterO uf iaiOs emty hawe
(~"Iot': the roemt -WO4i0
atd -dry *-1'tlrett. ad d sr m a
aar).' '! ift F fCATt In fa oi wr tthee

New A044d P5. hrnim r i ss ss
T.P -&&* avoid powWw" ad e lux" - - --
mse rei' feromaa f a"m a d bhi mL 0um
VO&Y Igo** wwooOs Tr. i ~ Owtv w
e sea a" oseebassa Id bUS
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Iighees market priee paid or Ohlahee, RUse and other IPudne
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,%*0 J1rvilloir r ill -140 11 ?io k6 m
%Vr 4eLL. i4VUw in Irl lion 'm d eoiaA k J1& Wt*IM *l sely*d IIg '
4 rwit I .,tai W.,u2 4 Pf*le Ist f tifwe AuS4 we& 1 Owl &
104 fa pmS #IlflAL O Msv millaiw d chaft rwebe 9wea 60041.414"
shy evelt low S( amwa toot romopmllb devoi 9w bor~l~l C
WA a,-A--*,W6 fomthe M"199=1686 OfsWntA me
Awt dr dC~~ ~iTT~rIU MUIU mIEST krwl mr
at*# o~r. PIIj%1Y larw
TWO 'a1Xr IA mMIMrnI M1 Mg

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Mr r W asone i bWu piM

Ik words vere saild
-p-- #ursa.0 or Is rook-
jCX ~Brt to a itat to
wa6ntrh Mmd of loose tink-

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rbp .hr ed m Yle 40 Vila mad.lL A e

Setmh )Useamy nor. of.
S6i0bso" ml e mu a trianle

Uewtah uamrmhe. psu~.-uV # th e~al NqrhSre .91 huorl th fae an d ~ t~l

~~~HA .J3(.d ;I(S#DY I~liendIt y

000 I~ bL .l ya~ --~U-u -I-~ lb amA women ofartimes.
wo fat wn*'atfaett T-fl b h m~.. ...A r*h&. -
*01,40" is lift 1I meKft a now aOfe t
suInaf Blowg hi N m o w *j a. imsl." e G fSp CyP k

p., I~ood fi~o 7411 Oa.l de Rotaning arrive O"inovill *00w ***..******,* 9:2 peetr
isleNownat* ao____

of th euLriep W*V~l he rl qWgiin v~la. r mI;I esp ~ m the sla ve sud e''I ~
'loa sit iis *; rw4 U ft fa asmte of f th 0110,m -

#AgV 14^ ir i wu90ftaiL etf fnthewaf*t v U I0m1le s %oA" M"OI1P
no ce plmw ral' i"I 64 Oak hu am* "blesooe V* W, 1W to two NotYIIII a sl e?

IMF 0Wrt o IrWA t"har sot fsther o b t fL _thernd
eft at l&bm "Ul obtoS IV the M. r agtoooitda"thu0

I_ -A LOom w,46 0 t O owf"

Yule mate w ~ho teHes e of__ __ __ __ __ __ __
A 004I.tgT t t* W.iit uas" me

swillgullite bWatnoe"AsWomenEaof,14ttimes
comittee oethe& m e m" ,e heia eftNovaamf the lowet th v ttet '

"aosw veome s L1. w in Leave bainesvlruary Tu oicanopy, Urfield mt d loh.
Thego"e r, bfA"* lea Ied. masla er old points OUh m............ .... .. .. 0 10:30 a M
anown witit -saw Nb Udly d *0 Ul vem. Returning, M've o e ...... 09 Goesisob*,R, 4:25 p ay
"S0b*bou toThe ha will hae Ul n wittlawft afteawe e
l wjels to flame I^:W1" ut 11 of the I t Leave l uinu'*ib ee for Sampsion aity, Pal adt l,
Suiri rt'inia u ow""'ea Lake City, Valdosta, and all points NoDb 6:00 p a
seter I0cr10 overaop.w ee Limer ur That Is either N" Retiming, adve Osineole .... ........li b s I

pie. ad nabi the pubisr to ohm rbnaahnmg bta maiter ~ur.-kr baum~ atrr kn it~IS adeo (VrfT" O
with Uk tIe k law. dbof Insti am uba Ir d -:~Is prb SU bUro ew au MI antasm thu SAVANNAH, IOCS~ ~~~)~dltAMIJl'4
pla wRy u I* bes d- Ob she ia o dl r ts 00 L T,
oMeItm4. po Febarv 1.eW14"0We. Midms Id L Were e oftm
*1 1t *0hvattht em t Mo. atpw Is l, pa .plyaJ l Ip Is siiR t DL'n W -YORL
OWbnid ofo aaeterelt be ha p a a dp sw 7he hI.5 m a, Ish.
0 rr ws as the '0" 003" aso sm, dL olr ~ are1 IAG 0011.a u t M, I T IR1I~~P~O
V" somliaaled? S& 606 e eNda s alm me.
iuw t e eo wpl -" fe U Sank f ta fYea da pOr lal ft W O t l..STIO NS
mover lea'td a hsnutal edWefte y ae 5 ou l w -

___________ ___________ Three D all
women 'law" WA______________ oftWool_00w"_ ,t IsAN x P
fteor that say@ w me" 1wo 00% the I.)IblP~ tkld~ ...... Llve Oak..... 4 68 90

--r lot ow momen. k of psepsr
our enaierl, olam 1W34. a gq oLrn Cv". ban k Me Rnjoye ow sI lit
All th.' I hili o 0aU, would h e ed sd Lw O et sa"Kuyt. 6 0

olet tJonsto'flip hr. "sy ym:.cee e ah ~ s~8 BARDaAIL
me be SWQPW Y t" an& 446W uOiOnrlr -4r
will t p rovtael heIHo ISs saml36*106ahe A S
villo man wbo Uw pao* 111. dwdn Ibl s- NOMXL 00"M Peft eft &V q%
ter orehmi mra ole$ to a
it is tougut tteatme ceWO Mf Tdram6100" the
Wrll CAU the RtIt* DSW0W*%ft seem an* am ftew a PV whe, on" 31W be 111809964 1111
tv gI'.l lltna 'abls ~railroad to beumM, AS te loe tEe We h
wills mime time Im beait Th ether mea~m Ir" ai06 Wbm ehO O the gern thsit eZM 6U*L P
11rzo r ndldatr ill "Set bal ." lk W" p Cli to E S qo r C r I*c t % mso w MAu b -A _"_h
flusci b t ouw w irUMir tha .U meu
Undo ftaWM roan o Chms W soy comia@ the an rc a
oalythwhIre to blaTme it atr UlobaMs t Wouer.. 0.16 A Vt LO 6Y S e mubtfftAs11=t01119 Air tine Railway
Oiw) r i" 1 (S".) UNvOws 1I: to 0 MIA1. for th. e J U l p.tti doia t" ld be&ihg os1 rp.." 0 114
11beir mulle 1pt 'ias. PiLh Canal will po CS*II b G ft DIs caw Fin feM tohemium umIts ai99athr In O n
S*M ilo. wi)d '4'blo the publise to c a ftpbsU ,maA bu a Nwebsifi or m 4. n b k ling the Gu
ply with the kw on"& It*aft" *,a Im UM uolp tits SAVANNAH, COLUMMA, CACHPN WU4
Tito Cubans art to take, ovet the -Wm so sowL wo so 6o ie werk of WASHINGOO BAUITO(OREE P131L
sovertimernt all 1b)0U7 1. sent Pear. : 1111"e kI~h
Sudit It twhoov" Uwn t atW4 go%. TheVolft nowd o JSMis a" in VAM tw Sb- ADLPH A NEWCT YORK.
lY ) to businew. for vr~w rwa o do*to &WAIow 4 kpb alb 0 he
mix b t 1varyl "I "UC40 sm t ru sm SM trmTaki& Teeo OWa PGOUSS1 W To dw*AO eaft d UAL
Sever Wave assilir. baval is to we K ft &.6 f tand A 0%. f t 4Thre Ibeat M lr P84i

If the- t*Morrats had been In "m Ity.
whr ths mni uvarod we#4kmm "SEABOARD" FLORIDA LIMITHDR
d6-... -..- A- .Gk r- eA M DINErr o~b~ ~ Z (6D1 ~IC80RDEXRISS


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ri '.r 1~I

AJu M I the
Key a

s I 1 ,, 0 ast, h exactly
ovubml h eyea s and its
S60 per cent.

The Otr. l9 Conventon ad-
erad4 tClt gad Pant City
has .F Its usual app-r.
sIce. ---
0 Ma1Wi Im we k ten station
mts'f 0% 0 6 loaded on a
lbaute. fl_(& ^w ;_.-or use on

Ko a .. .
,aufthr ai A tIn as the
kIery e .nWg lM fp all th
while. WA i bade ices are
ota p n ljm art of that
fteo Utwg an 1aa, was detect-
ed ia th. aa at re to the
house *I W.,At Ia the sub.
wee o We Tampa. Tw man had
poured a s iti tof oil under the
ia I w blMo the act of Uahtnab

Murto fuea, a de-erat. chas
it w 411mi .Mes...

ser who mae MbW iape. from the
atatie es.tMI _s 1- amxbla comm .
a thrw tY I Wl bee located in
Almem s, Ia., 'd arrested. Bhur
sett u rwas flst untene whe
be mfaie b qbfo

r suwd


away before accomplihlig his put.


Mis Allen Is about twenty.
years of age and of umot estU

Twenty-lix ladies have signed a pe-
tition in St. Petersburg and wil pr.
sent s e to the #lty counsel asking
that the coming bond electit i that
city be postponed indefinitl. 'Th
peUtlon recites that the ladI will be
given no chance to vote at the pofll
and as they are tax-payers, wia th
petUtion to show their wishes in the
The Miami corresipodent of The
Times-Unon a)su: "It is evident that
the fellow who cried 'the tourist sa-
son at Miami is going to be a poor
one,' was not a prophet, neither the
sop of a prophet, as there are more
tourists In the city today than ever be-
foreat this season of the year, and
every Incoming train brings a larger
number than on the same date last
The Pensacola correspondent of
The Times-Union says: "What is
elamed to be the largest single eargo
of naval stores to be sent out from
a Gulf port, left here today on the Bit.
lah Iteamer Cralgmore for Hamburg.
The shipment was by the Amertesa
Naval Stores Company, formerly the
better Company, and omlrised
S,0~0 barrels of rosin and 4.000 asks
of plrits of turpentine. The latte
adi*ated over 200.000 galloas, and
OU S10aft 1 ka. t -- -- 8 --.

MinlllSe ADle of Oret vlle a ,, "as a val""uat o o er ov
butally sliattat at her hoae while $100,000. The steamer arrived bhe
asleep by au aewa party Soundaye about five days axo from vaavabI
aslht Th a sM of tme womand lads constaed to the company, amn wttbb
me to btllled t t she was tnlek this space of time the Imense soaM
wth a 86-1 M iniuiU sbow. carIO of naval stores was stored, sM
wd that as i t' e than the Ioak the steamer cleared and started r
.4 that s*oJHa further tha the flak
en thbe e bei bea perpetmtod, a sea ths afternoon. The total valvt
i th 1 S a a m otive other n tlon of the cargo Is nearly t$00,0O0."
to take W.bag be was M tened

The Ps 4tNIer

Trenton. Jan. 2S.-Mrs. T. J. Love
of Jennlngs lake has sod her fta
to Mr. Wm. Polk and moved to
Treoto. Her relatives and IiW
frtend welcome her In out islda
Mrs Love has a tract of land ner
Trento that she is improvig and
will reside on t In the near ftaos,
fant Beach, our obliging potnasMe,
took an outing in lAfayette last we
In company with L. M. Cary 'ad
M. Love. They report a good tim
and plenty of venison.
Capt. Bell, Mr. lAing and other
from Jacksonville. went ona asbeh
to the coast last week. and they report
a pleasant trip.

Than a gine hen Rev. Rogers of fllhb Sprinag preac
an a e whe your her saturday and Sunday to well-
house is on ire, because it in- pleased audience,&
Jim DIxon,. a colored man, was be-
stantly seaerwthe entire value I iDo, a ,oor d SU we.
tantly sw the ete valu, ore udge Ju rummond for stealing
of your home-sha is., when 'yrup from a h.rrel or ". c. Mea.
Sou u I and wasl fled :.,) and cots. lHe
your hu8m Is DO d Upon a promptly paid the taame and the boys
strong policy for say syrup ha4 rr,-e t, $ 30 per galon.

in tbe W-t_ w^Is Archer Jan .L' After a pastorate
in te- ba. ater M wns of three and orn. half yeaW?, Dr. Wad.
an plowl 5 UW&ii. i o.dell took lra.- ,l his cmV onet af.
* lat P mr remitSft u m as ter a farew,-ll .ernmlo at the P eby-
a line a_ f trtan church tmnday ev tasn H
.a line a lK. ves for t his old home in Marttt.
Oc., where he will undergo a seiglI
operation for a thrg" t nahd
which was ti. cause of his regAl

e nds ho hor a for bhis seedt a
The e Ami- a.ai.A I da I t Iorn. to Mr and Mrs. GeM IAle, a

H. J. rn

I' urnitC n
~l4'1e to 0r. I psiaiug


Ml" Mspodui a tra asO awoe 0
lve Oalt. is a guest of Dr DPO
Cbswembralfoocow".*.Rented) a Sele
Medkicie for CbItIf.
In buYia a g O WOM mdltOWAS
der. atevr be afraidto bW he 00m
hiss Cmgb Remedr.- Thbee is w
d6aser om it d rewebs hwms
wae to Itjiow it is suNAM"" o
eby fatr CAaS. Old. m s aMd
wbw a coub. sad thenb soNr
mooef is t t t wd h a r thAn
O W ftt sa as# t srub
omip. but breegifts wa.40asth
eew asgu appmws wo prn ta*
- whwa It ndi as 41 a In e
I moo


, 1908

C' .


To-day we want to I

you about "Catarrh c

DOring the past few months we hae
been publishing what some of our jd
friends have called "heart-to-heart talks"
ou patent medicines.
That ni'esuit !ts ts all ight-"heart-
to-heart talks" is just what we have
intended. I here can't be anything more
serious to a sick man or, sick. woman
than his ;tilti'nt ani the remedies he or
she takes to cure it.
Our al!:,; have been "heart-to-heart."
Every wod we have printed has been
written in ;ihsolute earnestness% and sin-'
eerity, and injdgin from what our ccis-
tomers tell us. we have not heen talking
in vain. \\e are convinced that our
frankness lis hi en appreciated, aid that
our snugrrg:ions have been welcomed--
which naturally encourages us to con-
To-day, and perhaps for some time to
come, we want to talk about that big
class of remedies known generally as
"cata rh cure." -
Broadly sneaking these are the patent
medicines that have been the chief tar-
9 tu for the attacks of the "Ladles'
ome Journal," "Collier's Weekly" and
other magazines which. are waging s ch
a lively warfare against patent medicine
As we have pointed out in previous
talks, it is not our businetA to pass n dg-
ment on the crusade of these well-
known, highly-respected publications.
The public alone Ipust be the judge and
jury. Our business, as we see It, is to
catryp stock a complete line of patent
mediines. and to sell those medicines at
the lowest possible price.
We sell hundreds-yes, thousands of
bottles of so-called catarrhh cqres,"'and
know nothing of their ingredIents. The
manufacturers advertise then the public
demands them; we order them from the
manufacturers and sell them at the low-
est price. That is absolutely as far as
our knowledge goes. The manufacturer
keeps his fprmla a secret It may be
good, or It ay not-we don't know, and
we have no means of finding out.
Naturally, we would rather sell a rem*

vly that we know i. r1ght--thAt '<
I ack up with all ou r reputation lot
v0 y mid s(inare-dealing.
nd wouldi't you rauhcr buy that i
of a remedy? Wouldn't you aMther hold
ta responsible than to hold no oM1
responsible? We ae right. here, right
where you can gel at us every day in the
week, right where one false nmove'on ou
part will bring upon is your condem- ,
nation, the loss of your Iriendship. yogr
patronage, your influence. Can w sOr
to tell you anat wll IhI
later is not absol ti y
Are you not safer in tliMng ftr wor
for the merit. of an article, thIn you are
to rely on the printed statement of a paw
tent medicine manufacturer, whom yon
never even saw and probably never will!
Common sense moat emphatkaelly tell
you that we cannot afford to depart one
hair's breadth from the rigid trnth.
None of us can deny that there is such
a disease known so "catarrh." Those
who have it, or who have had it, know
that it is one of the hardest diseases to
Perhaps the worst thing about catarrh
is its prevalence. Almost everyone-
especially in a climate like ours--has
atarrh in some form or another. That is
what has madPthe catarrhh cure" busi-
ness so proAtable. There are so many,
thousands of cases of the disease and it s
no hard to cure, that the patent medicine
mahttfacturers have reped a harvest In
preparing remedies that appeal to this
large class of sufferers. *
One of the most serious things about
catarh Is that it breaks down the sys*
tern, so that the sufferer becomes a prey
to Aih diseases. This fact has led the
probprstors of so many "eatarrh curesa'
to advertise their remedies a a peciie
for salmst every disease under the sun.
We have ONE catmrr csre that we
are swilling to say to you( "We know
thi Is all rlhtb Take It hoIme and al it
with the full assurance that It I does a
cure y, v~.o, can hrimn It belk to a I
and wo will promptly read yoW
monev." That catarrh cre is


'%m Is, no geess wnrk with vs an aau
lwo-Tone. We bmaPs a h itAd' #e at
m~y do we know, but we edw g Ow p1".
The is re asret aloet sty RRem llreme*Y
-,w make tboms-.oe thouiauul of leasWin
drnaiews at0 over Anmera--,. str reat co-
"' a ca n t Mid every1n m n thmanJ
we OIpeate tw olost as ftIf&lAt s11 5a 'm
mind brsn md an eY dv41 lete aSd Just as
boaly as l t amwrn koaaw hw

TUe ehrf -AaU ,,f )4qwe.T',neart Gmq.
Om C U6 81 = sages I, G 'erme. sad
&mtiss Is reid in a, mrdgr so awL* of d
goes" irw,-(w ev" olisrayrr-J It p -,- u ;rdki
g'sk tmr..-S Mvr en I- bolk er r i.mnac.
bdn is n'" d gm l. OWow pawn of an t6e
Amon n Vwtr ,. with nm 0of the d'wdvmu*sp
Cas hi )A r gkre Iwo r"e 6gwiwee a epe.
e& IN theNreUIV 49 e4$ 1. Vl*4! cosd.mws.
k suM ,.' it P roke s'S ,' I-.i 1-04's I IrI
im '. 1 Mov" Pt o pt O5f u oe 'W4 ts ,idn9
if 1LuN I 'rtinrw "9( t~C 4uWrtJ qgrdqs,'e
ofs Our *eE $ 11000A h,.. -, -10 rRvsm 1
by the best ;Jq*Ie as f mo ,r
.Om -Cos~ %~s& W i v *ym for
its, getlemU' L.Aovq e vxU't I
'Theo 6 mmine% *ci0~A*ms C'sI' 8!3. a
SwiuuwuImob sU *rmf'wR& V r'ILatI-
tusisda ~, the ewy, vW. g'IS.Kv uees
tow~~s g~4w4 to *wlso
16 Owde 4 0i4w-tko sP4 re
m-smaims heeds, Yr
~~A. 'I .mkpmu

NOW m povMM or s
Iu pal hws mwb?
Wll, herl ha the thump W you*
d1calc ItN peevdoes.. h =e
Irw of n 0ith t
fverlhasse.- wel.sOWN-"P
ehepa ndlitur sc",e~ws

-ebet ilrewa e I

Shptt$bon Pam",in
C~tAPPrH 3, 1 g all r~lw

ftf*ir polls no bs

f t1 -s lummiel
r-, v*yi 9815T

11 a51 over S
a tasrui s~r-~muih mbI mlr

tom s,. 'I
PiVIN) I l rI ISfllC (Alljl

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MBntiele 01 Of UUW mA -
l Co. Making Investigsr


SWater is of Sumlelent Depth to LIlghM
or Phoephate to the GuO Where It
Will be Traneerred, to Vessels for
SSipaternt Abr
SAnI late atloo is bt to be
e by extensive Iaduatries which,
air tsfactory, will mean the opoest
a a new line of traoportato o
sawannee river, from WassIe aod
points to the Gulf. sad wil ate
promoters thousand of dollars
pmually in freight charges.
RW. e. Cummor, of the Ounmer Lum-
Company, JaMovirlle, L. R
tL al. superintendent of the phoe
to department, and W. R. Street,
ahad comutalm oer of the Ouatae
I pany, left Tuesday alht for Cmdar
I ey. Thee gentleme. wll pr oeed
Cedr Keyr up the lbwaUoe
to twe soundlags with view
Aioertalning the foasbrllty of tran-
X pbosphato from th almse of
West d down the river, to be
a on vessel for export The a'
Sof the Ouamer miles are l the
i berry distrkt, several malee from
river, whkeh fact will alno necea
the building of'a ralroad from
VrU'ious mines to the polat of load.
M lightersn.
oe the produoto of the
have been traaort either
I acluonville or PeIrnaadta by rall,
the raipqlad compaes a log
and a5trally UNeoe itOtlag
ous freight obarg.
i earetfl tavertintlo wiln be maod,
If pretcal thie smod of movl
Sproduol of the Omiar mine
be establashed. ft wM oMpe op
Swif lha adustry alo n the *u
wi ob Is bound to proe of
t to a large naube of pebape.

Sour bM W e

i e bl e ed sl leM tDaC
0t0hbto JM a
of WhIte' Ore Veralfal
t knows worm meodieeo ad
Atr dlf-l's diseml. it mis a
Seiet M N buls 0p seo Arim
hoess thb. poo baMee at. Mrs. 5.
. 'mItt. TampaI. ria, writes: *My
g)Meb was this and ealtb. Wald sot
ie aln its food and Mrie all alght.
I seed one boWle of White Cream
tertifuge and la afew days baby was
laughingn. happy and well." Sold by
' W. W. Johnosw

SHeed Crushed by Car.
Atlnn.t .a an ft -ar ()ottrell,
S, ill t. wlt Insantly klOlW by a
S aritit az inti *n''trie e'ar Sunday
an't U. 11 g cI0,l a*t lie corner of
S J rl-.,,t1i t .I M<''lllhn Itre 'ts. Cot-
S tr l i It I:, '-. i tl Ihorn drinking
be ~8 eihtl c, and. over-
, y 11'l, ': i no to wl4 p with
1hi I A* ,,* i ti l 'he motor-
C' ,' t' I ;, hlitll. 11it w"a us.
sia " ,' ,' rake hl in U tn Ume to
,it r ..tr ikll :. tot stroll'

8i I T Anioun-ement Retlardlng the
nat Pure Foid and Dvl Law.

I I' '. ,' I l r .,r 'ouths,

I .. ,, >',:,, I ant lrua |
1 0 '' ,tn a i.. >r other

hi A

Proposed l S f!

ir v M %aj- r i'
plarode n OrnI
Wtl~o on Croone o

.1 *Ild ~iitj
I,-;i &lid
,- r

I': 'll.

'IC-- rsrrtJ w ''

aW The mI
ThI4Thm~c~ o~

IowT lk, oae% octal fo. am io.
rmey ma ber tada 4 t fI

I $1 0,0 rp0, I IN Pm i .r I
WasI. aton, Jan. lI.-ar Co. ento,

rll for the Next FIal Y-er Crrl

Quite an in'eae.

Ute Keifer, of Ohio, ohalrman of
the subooMmitte on peanion of the
bol-e ooaml -tt on appropriation. ba
anelouoed iftertM ly tat that oom1-
mitte hat to renommea6 &
pealo roll of $15,000.000, for t
icad rear ehkdlag Jun 80, 109. 'This
will be about $7,000,000 In esms of
the prmeset oaml year. Tr ,acresse
to ljaroly due to the provisions of th
MoOmWbr bill, eletive In PFebra
ary, 1W0,, by which the elargoment
of penrsioe I according with rpe
&ad the fboltbsmept of ps ieald u .*
aionre s a prorequelte to the estob
aIshI nt of paslon elilai to tbh4a
Uim Wmnteo peasloa oldms on ornot
I thO lnaetal stability were
S Ilm iet K 6 addressed *
,etn .r teo r W Mear of the ta
Uw I am theessmimioaerOf P ol-
Idee Istyla them to apir a*t
JdaYey be the suboomimte sad
SUppt smoese f mmtdou o eMade by
the thoat Iambra of peases
ageadesh ts the 1Jalnte Iteto be r,
dNel flom 18 to I or to one oOlrat
Tie Joy
Of Hlivin to have good health
Use Habhe and you will havo batm
oek of Joy. Tou mod not be b M,
frvtul ad have tat bad tuto b
ywr mouth. Try a bottle erBt
a positive ero for all liUver comp ta
AL Hurwil, Austia. Te.as, writes: "
have und Hebtne for over a
and and It a Ie regulator. I Ili
rooommend It a a ine medicine aor
dyspept." Por w ale by W. M. Joha.
Toddies Are Barred.
1n;1ilnMor Md Ji. l8.-It Ia
offi-lallylnliintiied that hereafter em-
pIkne i o th(o lItImtlnaor and Ohio rall-
road having an'thlng to do with the
dlrlctlon of runnlin of trains will not
bI permllt~el to us.e Intoxltamts It
ian) timi., either whein on or of duty.
A ge!rrnt nretier h, thl* l fft was n
out I) % eoroe 1. Potter, third vice
pro-.t,1,ii and hb a of the uoperMla

The Price of Peace.
TIt. terrthbl Itchtirg and sm.rtliu.,
liWn ltent to c' certain kin dil .as'4 Is ai-
mont ilt1rlAitly tnl:nicl tby Applyliir
Ctha\nberIat:'s Rti,. Prl k.. U .ents.
Fr~y *U )4 l lly~ l > I
Ho, She Pelt.
Slel- t*> l L t the ytunt par-
son It the t:.rk t i'l lilriklug It was
yoIr l6nothtir -\.t ent bar fetlt
att fuli.p ihsti ,1 ,.n ),u diacoletta
o, ir Wi'n*, 1 *t'Ie'I' Wby.
I hi.'t '.," l *'i '.l:aut at a on.
.1.'^ l ..., Ncw


tueral wae attended by a lare os-
oonr of people, quite a number of
white people beI g present The de
ceased was unlversally repeated by
both the white people and bl own
race. A FRIEND.

SCarre Nation
Certailay smashed a hole in the
barroom of Kans but Ballard's
Horebomd Syrup hau smaabed all eo
ord as a our for do ha bro htlI.
laSuea and all plmonary dieesn
T. 0. IL-, Hortm, Kans@ writes:
"I have never foad a mediotne that
would cure a couh quickly as Bal-
lard' Horehound Syrup. I have used
It for years." Sold by W. M. Johneon.

r 4 quavrts,..............
( fti=e umQnemsee 4 quarts....

1 4uarte Mo au ............ 1..
i'a ra= 6 4 quarts..
BlIa's ly ia quarts...
Blam's Sylvan OGe. rt...
Blam's ylvan Ole, 12 quarts...
BSherida Cl, 4 quart ........
herldan Club, ILqarts........




eleven b n Peree- Have Been I st r 1 I
Dretmedf Me Jervey Coast.
Phila-el-ga, 'S.- Jan. I.-Belat-
ed reports to t6e aitime B change
bring Isao1t o at Jisaps to barges
wlti the probsIb rowintag of eleven
perso as ao Sr Jerae coast adur-
tan last wee tlAoft. '
heo barad Aeai e ftom Norfolk All of Or Goods old Und
fkr NMw t dm ,ad the bar All f
ate, PhUe m 'Ar Boston, broke
drift froe that was towing
mteu of US"" t Friday monr *
lag. The irm4ved at the Dla|
ware breakwae after la the day aad
oa atsrday sei a search for the

The Owenasu ould not be located,
sad it Is bHkOrT ,e foundered and
at her w of ive went down with
11r. ,- V
The tug P. I Sally reported that
* Pe day while trylag to make the
Dalaware beakvwater with the bargm 67 T IEST BAY STRI
'W te Saad a~ New Jwsey, a baw-
er parted* a the braes drifted LONG DISTA
Sway s tbe eUrvy sea. Later the
Now JWerey was picked up with her
crew sat, but the White Band was
fonad mser ao o 10 mile be the Arents for Pab
New Jersy eut. The captain of Junmg'sl incinn,
the tug reports that the crew of four
*eS with two women are doubtless Lewis' 66, Su1
drowned. Monerief Sprin

DeatI of a Well-Known Colored Citl-
sen of Melr. ---- Will S1
eorge Stark, or "Uncle eorge," 4 quarts Sunny Brook..........$5.00
as be was faSmi arlj balled, a respect- 12 quarts Sunny Brook........ 13.00
ed colored citisea of the east end of (Botted in Bond.)
Alachua oounty, died at his home on 4 quarts Mellwood............ 4.50
the 18th Inst., having reached the a6 12 quarts Mellwood............ 13.00
of 79 year. (Bottled In Bond.)
He lived about two miles west of 4 quarts Ouckehelder........ 5.00
Melrose, In what Is known as the 12 quarts Gukolamer...... 12.7
Stark settlement, where he had ac- (Goverdment Bottling.)
quired a good property and a com- 4 quarts Nonartie, bprin.... 4.00
portable hom. He was born In South 12 quarts Mosnoref bpripa.. .. 11.00
arolina, but 6me to this tate near- (Also Bottled, n Bond.)
ly fty yearsago and ha been a eon- 4 Five Old Crow............ 6.00
ttnuou resident here all thee year. 4 lives Hrmitage ......... .5.00
He leaves a tally of al children, Both Old oods and Botted In Bond.
lve ons and one daughter, all of Romemebe sM. above Whiskles are
Bo. t d In Ba d under overe JmOt',
whom are ettled In the Immedinto sinDlabo. nd rovenmnt'
nelgbberhood. The mons have beach s..
prosperous farm of their own. FINE BLENDED WHISKIt.
"Uloe eore" waa a consistent w a, -Quats.......-....S 6.00
member of the Baptit church. Hila S. a t 0S
-*;::::: o"

4 bottles Club Blend Scotch
Whiskey delivered for.......
4 bottles Moralle Frere s BStars
Cogna .....................
4 bottle of Don a Oloe r hrry..
4 bottles Nierport-Pert........
4 bottles Hill & Underwood Dry
or Tom Gn ................
4 bottle Sir Robert urnett...
4 bottles Crtael 6LA noad
Rye or Peach 'ad Howey....


Ju( Or*be

subnr Brook, years old.....$
GibeOl Pu ye .....o........
lewie' S, Baed ......... ..
Whity Mls Bourbo ..........
Indian B11l, 100 proof.........
Iad of Flower, Blued........
Green Brar Tenneeee.........
iMOcGufs Malt ................
Canadian White Rye ...........
Fleetwood Rye ...............


Send for Price List
~ ~ i *

Deth Calls Journallt. ,
St. Louh. Jan. 28-r ak O'NdllU. M
vice proeslent of the Pu!?ter PtPn bll.
Iar mmnIav y and assistant minaerr n

N. Norton

Big Orange Crop. te Post-Dispatch, died Meday at hil
San Franrtilo. Cal., Jan. 3.--Tbe borne here of paoemonla. His long Novdl R ko ~tati;llA
orange crop h.rvest of Caltfrata,now career In journalism made him widely ww, I
oIn fll .,.-aol. in quantity ,nd quality known and brought m Ino .n' SacI Shbht PmdIino
prwn sl.,. t I-reck all records. Tbe with all ot~(-crswhohavemnit .!e'i:r y
frit exc.h.- z"' of the state esttale In this city and state l I..' 1. r in vl rlrMn *tFun
that the ,ial output of orange wl t vcars.
reach t4he ,. ', iril iU sinm of thirty tho a.... e
n j carl,.. l about nine ml'!',1. boxes Dh r the Congregatlon. I l
or or, h,:' tibree .iltrel an fifty The person who ditbed the con- I A
ntirio ofr n* I it inrvest will gre*aton last Snmay by cationually MIES
a-t .: .; Fourth of Ju'), coarhint a e r eqeted to buy a hbttle --- --
of .oley's Hoey ad Tar,, J. W.* A- nt C.
All the WorldO a Acl Conty At
.-- .--. -. .... .- -- - (~a r ae l
Is a stawe, and lallard's 8now
Unilmn nt plnys a most prominent part. O iC'A Ia I S.E J.
It ha nIo uimror for t rheumatlsm.st iff UAlENs VILLM, FLA.
Jolnts, tut., ,prain., and all pains.' I OUSJL ---
ituy tt. try It and you will always o Wa do a excluaive AbeMt ba
Iuse 1i A1nyb)ody who ha-4 usd Bal- I m with ftaIulUe IwI- F.
I"Ar.:iso u I wnto i thin pr Saturday, Feb. I ll .-$ 1 ,o
rf th.t It i.wsa. Ituy a bottle. 2i o c. o lml M
6, .ttI StI nld by W M John. ..-...


F -st Trip it Made.
Jeffq, I-.n (Is.. Jen tI.-(e grit;
n r ~!atr pesso-ner servit ever

P Owe- 1i ''016, 601116u and
Mr RC 13.. of thles
*rharac' 't 't 4-r To
*! r VS c 'fcar -1
let r. W

Why suffer n re us1 tmf

Ixative Bromo Qulnlne m '" v -* *
e'a be ter M? l IA SWa t tiMt

-u nu.wasberOW64 se s sum;hma of

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st Blue Ribbon Bottled Beer.
Iti Beer.
nny Br ook,
gs Whiskey.

lip You---
Sheridan Club, 14 quarti....... 8.00
Pure North Cardlin White Corn 3.00
Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts.. 3.00
Harvest Corn, 4 quarts........ 3.60
Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts... 8.60
SImported Scotch Whiskles, Brandies,
Oinf, Port and Sherries delivued4n 4
Sbottes, a follows:





Oed In t Pety After a
l 5 J,'Jan. 2S.-"Oulda"
(Laoulaaie de ), the novelist, died
ttaudry t y after an illness
exteadltng 'Or 1o period.
S-ie dl-l bot abject poverty, her
only attedat bella an old servant
woman, la. Whose arms she expired.
She w7 Aeo llY blind In one eye
and th odr k y was badly affected
through i b 4avt aufered so mucai
from e2po6r0 aid privation.
DurtaX the tla few months of her
Me e he wma eU0pelled at times to
sleep In the opk air when unable to
pay for a ighto lodgnlg. The jr'n
medtat e u te of death lI sild to bo
asthma, eoaplcated by heart disease.
"Oulid" bA vred for a long time
past near rUice anMd her death oc-
eurred ant tr ftOm the beach were
the poet, Perey B assihe elley, was
drowsed. Briy lat ium er atten-
ton was ANUl throlu h dispatches
o thed ladSO papers to "Oulda's"
poverty. Male Oorelli started a
"iad for har besAt eand ubscriptlons
ere 4 I~o' tlt other funds In
ker be bt U"Old4" announced her1
hreatlo of at re lag obarity.


Daring Reoiirk laarpetrsatd at New
O eaine, La.
New Orlteesa, ., Jan. 28.-Der.
eg thievl Ibaday night robbed a U.
S. mall iM boaded with inoomlng
mall Alkh bad Jut arrived from Cin-
ennati sd other northern points over
she Qoe ud Crescent boute.
Tbh th eva were reported to have
secured tbout 6$,000, but the postotf
See atbothotle refuse to make any
statemmat abott the amount of the
robbery. The wgon, which wau
avilly nsorepd, aud on which rode
a driver and his helper, was attacked
aer eqm freiSt ars In the down-
town aeon of the city. The driver
and helpr,oneltber of whom were In. I
jured, were held by the police on
suspicoan. At least two out of eleven
mal sacks were rifled.

rldge Whit.
At least 00 per cent of the game of
brid U l In the make. A poor player
lose tricks and often the game and
rubber bO ft play. but so many baods
eccur In W hbl there Is really no play
that snei loes are comparatively un.
imports tenopared with the havoc
wrought (# an Injudicious maker, for
coautastly hi decision II lnvoked when
the afty the same or Its access
lis in bMh judgment of the value ot
his han. To choose between bearts
Or diasmed sad no trumps. to select
clubs rather than spades,. to know
when a dvt clad alut Il safe and
when O o" four cards should be
those. ahore aU to keep an unrelax-
ipn attlJo ospon the state of the
core, th If Shlfting demandsi-ll
thee ar the sterling qualitles of a
good aker. Once sensible that you
are lackair In any eoh brepect you
will ad yer ame appreciably
strength ed I attention and study.-
"Good Bdge.a.

The Veterian English.
The Egfland wchkh spoke the loan
piae whCb was already dylnx In the
clgbtee.aeltim was before all thing-i
a world of the country. The sights nua
*ounds of stare played a far greater
,r. Ion the Uliv of the mna of t(ip
p*'oile than they do today. This Is rr
lt.ted, for lastance. In the way In
which bird and animals were spoken
of and the asmes glven them I have
"' wi~4f oe or twice heard old pw*eo;.
In the Country peak of the lien an
"'lime PartIet" One ih fail,;:nr with
'~! Ilrase from books. of co-rne.- It 1 4
',Ii(r' a **P rtolet(te"-utt otne, or
tw1 i ea child I actually heard It I
':'lkone It would he Imposible to hear;
it anywlre nmow.-London Outlook

amd taem-a Truble Cured.

ilavtia lb dsek or the past two
'-ar wth a batd )r tsac trouble, a
'rFend aWv me a doe of Chamber-
ain a tachu mad L vr Tablet..
TheP did -o e uhb ood that I

tlifebott alL Tday I am weln
of a bd W ha _M ll John Love.
C.- er. MAU These tablets re for
ae by aDi dtai.

Where It Oeea' Apply.
S aw ad s9* ,'* aftrked the maa
,I" the qulaM- bhamt. -IW a pod
Itut." pra i the thoughtful
'"~ker. "thag l a N tblt that can
` Pr t ao doo mW o #I
,' re ar s erio raod t lh mt.ta
twahk- oUhad ta ft.--Ismn

Wants All
To Know-

Rodi0, O., SePsmb er It. tOot
MESSRS. 1 DI WTT & C o.,
Chia, I.L
Oetlemen:-Yours of the Sth to ha".
hin y rlwill ry. most asuredly uso m
lter in any wy yuse fit forth benMt
th luirhin. I will answer a& caonaped-p
enc as to my own cas I recoImml
KODOL to & 1 he1 r Irunmling about d*
oemdu, and have bought many their bt
bottle. All that Is required is a trial
KODOL. talks for Itself.
Young very truly


for Dyspepsia.'

diguts what you eat, take the
strain off of the heart, and cootrib-
utes nourishment, strength and
health to every organ of the body.
For Indigestion, Dyspepla4 Sour
Stomach, Indammation of the ma-
couns mmbranes lining the Stomdib
and Digtive Tract Nervous Dye
pepala and Catarrh of the Stomach.


Digsts Wht

-- I "_

Where Was It-In Mashonaland. South
Arabia or Indial
One of the most interesting aod Ina.
portant qtuetloi on concerning Baibuea
sites perpetually nviltes remearcf and
peralatently evndle solution. "Whee
is the land of Ophir?" Dr., Karl P-
tera at a publile inmetting In Brlln de.
flared emphatically that tbIs famous
Biblical region In located between the
Zambezl and I.lnlipoHo rivers. le told
hil German nudlence bow he has dlJ-
!overed many shafts of anclept old
nines, 5N0) temple. fortifIcatlte and
father rulun of I'h!ioniclan origin. Dr.
Peters affrnni that coins unarthed nl
Iaabhontnlnd twloiig uudmtbgly to
he time of KingR Solomon. Iias *o61l
on is that no other part of Afric
would have exporttIl the Ivory. IIver
Ind preloxa atones which are recorded
ad In the Blble an coming from OQ0br.
Against this theory, founded as It
indoubteilly Is on very plaalb te nl.
lence. Bible students are tn likly
o maintain. ion the testimony o Oef.en
is 1. 29. that (,phir p'ar a a etn of
louth Arnlla iere down to the time
f Ezekiel the l'hoenclans still land.
d to procure ,id and geam with
rhlch those furious salor sad or*
hants of the unclcnt world traded to
nany countries tllstant from their Syri
a shores.
Many enlltle writer have a ttmpt-
d to Identify Kfnala. on the eatIrat
f Africa. Mlth ophir. while yet othi
rs have Icnttel it In India. Oe of
be a ot lenrnrdil eamys written 0o the
subject Is fromn the iwn of Pifeaor
lolillirl. wimho rienirl that the ancient
ind rf ii'hl m N Arahbia ell.-H-om-
etie RIevlew










For aLanta and Chl1 es.
The [d You Hane Al ,I EU1,0i.
901" the

A Man to Be Imved
r'ok yr.2 L101111- ared a vtslsoa
to a 11ronutvx ,i lieptelry. "Im always
tna Ilic'! 1' "'i' t. ter cles In a b'.tel
likob T;his 1I- Is always well grjvw, d
and smni'alts,;g i* a wid~ ermqusaltanre
amongr the %Ar:ath) or Wll to do hain
I con r'r hnti too bare san In always
so mggrvmu'r l4. yt a I e Wills the wWrkS
and hilic f -lt0 1e6 wetrs. inw "f
ten liiin 1'1a, a dimossd earftpcl tA
ring hl- hisit ruulnl bVYo4 w
Itst a rpr'tt, ..V.J,)rvbir berilk"
j*%prasi t,.tr Imorr the oltel tvir
rw1c1,r.t I i t rnd bet As bp

Ir *j rl f.
.L r
I . IA

.1 its a o ro le
Iot or hase 9IO
iwwioeg bt.. hi'
'r.'a owl 1 I 4.11
1b it I ruin bw;p

An IftIdhes Oseger.

qv 4emon*mof te o vw A IAmwip" of
kMboy triros is t at t a Is o an 6-
Fm Ow o van 15 dIes.. ad beforelds vitim
W WbobWo Syrupkm @#M'z..5tise aoor be OW M"ae
,---n 40 IM "5 4 s"e & It I A. =&lady. Tawe gj ENW
wwA%" 00 dp, SO I" sNML aC (oat&"e am alg" of 4o aw
od- .
Iu I 2 ~ll
Lyre~1)L~i~ wl,.,_,606l

C- .

D T 1' T H .

ON%* over Defts & Oo'oL fta
PDR- Us GIluitlle, VI


.... DENTIST....

Ofee ver Oslasville National Dank.
IPhae I0.

DR. IROt ow. OwnB.


Olse la Miller Law Evebhase,
0"ee Pbhoe o, 8; Reetdeee !No. IN


ATTok gY.-A.LAW.


* VWosRa4I

A oW lrrv- AT-L.Aw,

04100is Ilairvoms "Wok.


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Y 't

of" Rare and Peculiar Suahetmnee
I Ueed In Medioine.
A writer In Wlsmit rier Alle throw'
some Interesting Iigit on rare and ie
Cllar drugaw. aftiro, he polut m-out.
would arik* an onlinairy observer as
decdedly expealive at $13:a pIuu4d (to
change marks Inhto ,ir coinage) until
told that It sl coniawidl of the c.mentr
small portions only of the powers o0
the cr oca, 10000 of which It takes to
tMae a pound. Attar of roet sells at
$112 odd per poutid, and It take
10,000 peoudo, or nearly five tona of
rose to btala one I nud of the oil.
AcooltiO extracted from the root of
motkaeod is M aid to be the very
stroamet poison extant. the dose belng
oe six-buadradth of a grain. It is sold
at the rate of $10 pier ounces.
Turnlot roa the vegtable to the
animal world I seech of rare drug.
tho writr reftr to the musk of the
AIatle deer which at 1X to $30 an
ounce must be a price to the wily
huater. Io *me of the tropial was a
floating, sweet plling mans of am-
berriss mot With worth at present
I30 per onaoo or $4Wo per pound lu
the market The samlMrrls is said to
be the dismeed billary product of the
Another peaullr product lo use as a
drag l a saolutio of the pure venem
of ta rattkimmal. aven occsalsoally
It malglusat mnutet fever.

A Card.
This Is to oartit that all druggists
a' author to refund your mosey if
roley's Ha uad Tar fla lso t ure
your aouh or add. It stops the ough.
beas th huae d prevents erou
rmutts r1 a old. Cures la grippe
eo0g ihad prmat pneumonia sad
coasumptle. Ooatains no opiatea.
Theo g dnalm I la yellow package.
Refon mbtltats. J. W. MeOollam
& on.
D s__ AL I D _AN PEA


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Clyde 'New England and Southern Liu
Freight Serse Mete.ee. JA K tMNVILLS, BOM(TON and
PROVIDE OE, aud All IBasern Peuase.
0allling at (harlesaon both wair.
,Sotbh bound ..... ... Proum Lewil' Wharf, Beets
Noathhound.... ..... rom Poot of Washiaton t4.. JaekhoaiU W

Clvde St. Johns Ri*tr a ie
iotWeeni JAotUONMILL.r end BANIrOD

oG dr. Johna River.
are appointed to sail e followed Leave JAOiueNYMas. daily e0ae 0
saturday., at 8:80 p. m. Retsuratie, le.ve Maeam, sail,
eer pt adiys,. as luI00 a. m.

Leave :130 p. m................ .JackmviUle ................ Des :
l :O 00 P. .................Pa.ia.........L...a...* Iel
S3:00 a. ............. ... .. tor.......... ........ 4:;0
Leave ..................... BerD ord (DeLand) ....... .. ...14v 116i
DoM 9:00 a. M..................I.. ord............av..... e Io
De 10:80 a. m ................ terpriN ................ lav 10ve
Paseenger and Tieket Ofee, 1it Wetl Bay Street J.aeeewlll&e

H. H. RAYMOND. VIeoProideunt aad QoneI Maage, New Toi ,
H. BL MAYNARD, r. T.. A. C. HAGR'lT, L A. A.,
Pier 3I, N. R., New York. Pie H. N. I, New TYrL
1. 8. CROBIIL O. A., r. M. IRONMONOMA A. 0. P. A,
Lemberg, Pla JaeeeMnvWe. a.
L. D. JONW8. T. P. A, JOHN PINDUR4 T. P. A. 4
JacksonIll, Vla. P N. R.. N. ewa.. Tor
0. P. LOVBI A, at,. JaoklmrvUllle.
OHneral Oinee, Ptr .North Rver., Now York.


us BUll
g mrrg

Has Tabulator

Every Muchnl .

Lighl.l Sft I ghkee Reseat I The
COhaplo Spod Wilrtln of the Worm
9e the Fr4olsbe. Mor PsIhay-ol ois
e I, 'IlevilUe th(e anay other miphble.

....For Sale by....

B. C. DAVIS & CO., Jackoonvllle, FI.



0 0 FLOW*&.

Cam sell rm. sli ptepert7 (1w
pmod OW "Plopmd -1-1-
trodbft# fmli1pbe&:sew
If" f tr s v" mupt I"". 1if

Lad bdwieiuefm1~
UsaPrs"& COOT*.. Itore 0
*t, aaod so. OAe sewa &at*CIO,

rela r CULAs

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"now to s C n, t$w am

Nirth, Sul, East rd West

Through Pullmanr Hervioe on All Train.

Consult the "Purple Folder"

Ftor ,$.tIAiWI ilf,,imaMtion, scediul"e, rftas ada rmegr
vationi, awe your nrAet Ticket Akgnt,
or write or all on

L -s6SmI
Tlekg Agmnt
AdmhW 00 "ime.








Jacksonville and Now Yotlg
Calling ast OALEUSTON, S a, bob vWa-,
I" flindngstmahalm ib ths Cee-01- 0 so


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f Oern. Interest Oath
Wid by Our kporqW .


Has Happened SIr wast o
mgte Hipoos 1dWhS5Vt arf
P o *Tka "irO no" wao y
i ..B .m.. w a ka
yr-'tft 01 -neas for sale.

Ah.A *t-prr of Kcuopyr was

A. 'Aram. us retund from a
trip to jdack tiU.
M.. Rooeed o New York s
a s few dar to the cit.
A. tricklad of Paadfle wa a
visitor t tho city yesterday.
Miss DorIa =DUi Is in Waldo on a
to her sister, Mrs. Oha. A.

.Ibs. Colema. of m"anopr'wail
those who sppot yesterday t I

MR. 111 and Mim Alice Oato of
mt are It the city on a visit to
N . BlDBllr
D. Irwin the m hat of Par-
l, was tUaatela busiess n to
t .capLtal otorday.
J. WitberUpoon, who ha a
Olass at Oltra, was vilta hls
W in thls e Ctyyesterday.
j.o T. U.. Tlls of Waldo was
those who favored the county
with a visit yesterday.
stant Postmster J. P. H. Bell ts
g fromto ls pp oe wau at
post of duty yesterday, however.
ty Surveyor James Croxton of
opy was soass those who vilt.
the onty metropolis yesterday,
BrLs. W. Godwin of altrSeld, at-
a pleasant isilt to Mrs, B. B. God.
to this city, bha returned to her

Nduotor and Mrs. Ohas. I. Carter
ad to thir bone at OtRr yer
after a vidt to relatives t

u Mrs. W. Bek are re.
e th e arrival at Itr home
I Ia boy, sad Mreads extend con-

Sof Mr. and Mrs. W. K. LoA .
Point. will sympathe with
n the serous Ulnas of their
S dauhter.
Ros Ive of Denoaver, Co, Is
the aety, and will reoala hb e for
O time as a aINet of her sister.
J. W. Cardy.
,,amm0 Parker oft iaroIse, one of
1M* leading young men of that pro.
iSIIHlvo village. was a bustine viiltor
4 QatIuervllle y6etorday.
W. V. love. a wull kuown and
prOniladit litlson of the West End,
as returned Ut hit Ionrw at Trc'nui,
after a l tlI to r elativta hero
1i dl....fL, n Lre .. Als II A p t1til




If not, you should have one,
-if you like good ooffee.
Coffee made in it is easily
known by its delicious aro-
ma, its fine flavor-7you
don't get the bitter taste
caused from boiling. IT
FEE *because the percolat-
ing process is completed be-
foe it boils. Operates suc-
cessfully on any lRnge,
Stove or Gas Stove. Two
styles; one price, $4.80.
Call and see them.

,'l "' ARtW a, C."

SThe report shows that during t)o
year ut elosedO to eormous sum of
$8),000 was pad out by the denomi-
nation Ip iorl s for State mission,
work. Them wero ,M esaoM donu In
the mission ad, and over 5,000 In.
create during the year throughout the
Including the endowment of Colum-
bia Collego, the dbnomInatLon ha de-
termined to raile.during the oapmln
yoar 300,000 for missions and educa-
tional work
DeIalak Springs was chosen for
the meeting place of the association
-now nsA.r

Fresh soda racers In bulk just re. ""x Ye"
oelved. Baundets Earle. Iy y of uwnn.
Mrs. R. P. Ratterreo of Southsde u
io in the ciy a guest oft Mrs. In compllanm with th call of Mod-
l WL e 'ha -,erator Rev. W. i. Dodge of Ocala, a
BLt, West M hoanto street
Bak Wed M l Amtill. special meeting of the Presbytery of
PostOeO Inspetor Brittain has Suwannee wa hold at the PFrst Pres
returned from an extended official byterlan hure In this city at 11
visit to points in Wost Florida o'clock Tuesday morning.
N. C. PettitL mayor of Waldo and an There were proeet at this meeting
al-round enterprislng ettisen, was Rev. Dr. Dodge, Rev. G. 1A. Thompson
transactag buskial In this city Mon- of High Sprinpg, ov. J. D. L. Houstoo
dy. I of Alach. and Rev. Those P. Hay, all
IB A. FqIU left yesterday for Rod of whom manifeted considerable p-
diek, where be will sped a few days tert In the meetts.

with his daughter, Mrs W. R. Stew-
John r. Modg of Newberry was In
the city yterdy O business con.
asod wtl the United states land

tan a ril Wanted-Whole plenes
etia -ita rI, tree from buttons,
vda oe. g Publminh 6 Print.
t11 0* "
Ivin Holde, an old w 4a highly e*
temed oittoe of BEta fo, -pat
Monday with relative and triel4s It
this otty.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. MCollum left
yesterday for Molntosh, where they
will spend ai puple of days with Mrs.
M. I. Smith. /
PrInds of Mayor W. R. Thomas are
glad to ee his out again, after hav
Int been confnod to his room for the
pat few days.
The lhome of itr. Halas Richard.
onm, South Oalneaville. Is bring re

The visiting blisters returned to
their respective h ma during the day.
The Sun esapt guarantee th L
sertion of now t diplyadwvrttf
the Sunday loeel the paper unless
eopr It frnthed the ofle not later
than FrIrMbio
W. D. Wood of Ibnston, salor
member of the Am fa Wood a ivlrs,
merchants, was transabtn business
In this -city yesterday. Mr. Wood
states that trade has been very ood
to his action during the past -son,
and le holIng up remarkably welL
Paul Brown, eno of the efcient
lelrks In the United States land olefe.
has gone to Ocala to attend the m-
sion of the United Btat court. Mr.
Brown Is In charge of certain records
of the office whlh It became necee
ary to produce before the court In an
Important land case.
Among the visiors to Oalnesvllle
yeatrday wau Captain W Sb heh.,

Cr ot11 a11 is hail tI forth.i IU modelled std otherwise improved, and a merchant of IIgbh Sprins, and one
eArl it rt. t, ho hua bet III for the' whdu completed this will be our of of The Sun's most ardent friends.
pst tlhr., IontI, will gratilled the prrttleit and ooest homus in Captain Bheo' friend here are al
to tea,`1l thatt lle in out xatll ,
to j ithat section ad to see him. They will be
Mr. I. -t it-1ll of Tittonse is Nicholas F-ramclco has returned glad also, to Iear that bis health is
, < h, r .tr. Mrt Moon' at fro~ i t la. where he has be~ for very much Improved.
I'oa, t l ro 'Itll's mIallY iOftllethtn i -sst w days di-hos oa rt-
HIav .hrn M. te.llr naY. liit pt few day diporn of a lrt rElmer McCrery, of Mr. and
tt t r a arload of bananas. lie rlrts lrp . H. MNIcC y Is still con.
quit,. uite a murces. having old about two fned to hll Iwd with typhoid fever.
'1H, '\\nlifl' MiN.,mary Hi.'lt o huulre'l lunches. this holst the thirty-lrst day he has
the, ' t tI're.0yt Orian churv h will J. I'ulatle of Alachba. one of the been in bed. The fever has not yet
U'",.t It 't churh lthis afternoon tladin)sa and 'uccessful farmers of that eiUrely left hlin and be is unable to
at .' t. k ut iahih ra f(1l attend. smti" t it the city Monday and sit up. Dr McKItntry says he is
SiA do- it Aitulat.hr,. t, u' an agreeable call. lie doing as well a would be expected,
Il', iltI~h.t. r.Ior!. t t l rl1c haisaJ J t I I. U holtored by bDna elected however
ord1 rok ...c. li t0 ;. of iu Rib-. pir It. atI .of *t aclhua ruutiy The Jack ,vi lle Metropoll of Tuew
-lo* ,..tu . In.. t ra.l. I r I H >, da ,* A r, i rb Y.Tula Read of
ts'Tl. wr, %a 1hu t i) l.',i t')tC The ladlt of tit'h Ilbrary Assocla ci l,,.\ l. ns relieved of her hand.
ki, h. i ut''ll' ILki will w rve te 'I'tatlrd ay afternoon Is lM l1d .l i:t;ht as ahe was boardbig
N. .' ii't o M .. I i. -r.l 4 ito Ihk rIn their new a no'r 'r:nld aboard train The
S: th v tut r I .*r ' ~ quarter,. ;rth,, A t hllltnx, .ast Main Ulrr,' : It-hd the bag fro her hrand
v ft ,t Ai:L. or i i 1 th. ,it' rt N. fer tl, a'clt ,f th.t nIof and a' apedl 'The bo contained a
,on a i t ,l t' .!1 ,IA 1 on aaon and brint i .ur friv.ld check on th' (Olalhea le National
S tit :*tial djla Mr ir..! N4 nitd h*l a &teod ca uink. $ Ina cash ad a I nuer of
a* rell pe-a" a011 t,. W Ittier a hustlitg ouagl In'al trl Sl. A4 thole they hba.I u i I. m'rrhat of Trr1.ut.n was budael I .C To___wa%#__tm
A c 1l tl er to Oaln r A ll. e M. CRAHA rrt

[AL Ti \jndlktta. comarwclally and other% %!
SI t and that thep irtt oT( teergl a Fn IRS
ILA A V E T rllrgr, is soleUble Uo evry hand j | |U ||N

AVong the IranrtD ASO l vistorIn
this city Is 0o. K. R. Hampton. an
r EYSTONE fl J j attorey utof Oysos C ty. Western
K EY S T O N E Ne"A C aroli a. r b isPOCU to N u akur
Ju t..u. 1n. %4'lt, tvtm. tar sou i Gemons Hansk
w eeo fr" th tbee-It aht health.
." yeirW to h e. b eoo" a" Inb
akgof hftr* s heneres 09i *Me 1
fui cr.. Are pee en YegI* at I~lS
ks e Ar moe ioaa 1
Sn. .1=1


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-~1- #y

W ulm R. lStokert




Have Been SAttate Aeoela
tion at Plant Ciy h.Pie MOting.
Rev. and Mrn. 'B. Roger, J. UM.
Rivers, J. F. M ~. MIlxson and
Mrs. E. D. WIfnsl re turned fro
Plant City, Wher IMt b hto been t-
tendinr the ai inl of the
Plorldsa tatso SisaAt A- iono, of
which the tarmr t uWMIst. T he
others woet as. 'lrat* fIrt the
rst Baptit OW* I tO As bwiau ales m iif. Dr. -
Rogersn who Me a* ( the so.
aluon ofi~ata K d( Utf *iriatIem
for the pat Mr ously r
elected to tet a pi tl o .
which a o which
colM have, Wbe- lowd Wa his.
PreidenSt ba$ a&s TM very a es
eno"ra oen thde au Is th 4
apUtlt he ih n iPlwmbd, a oy now
exst There wre prIne at thls o.p J.
veatim mor than to ar hndrod deol W1
ates, whiho Is t krt tat. con-
mventi o( aspoe ever had ln Ior
'Ib W

-- Capital Stock $100,00.00O---

L oedln
in. R. Sebotert

R. D. Crawford J. F. Jackson
Dr. M. H. DePsa T. W. Hands

Henry Davis
Chas. A. sirclo


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Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions

.16 Laura Street, JaclsonyUlle, fla.

Branch Offices: Tallahassee, Lake City, Live Oak,
Madison, St. Auigustine, Gainesville.

asnhl.i OffiW r J. Mms's Store. SmAi Sa e 8are


If you Intend to buy a Bracelet-that very stylish piece of jew-
elry Itat eoverybd i wearing now-we would ertaiy rp-
/ preelate your visiting as so that we may have thu pbera of
hoping you our line. We don't amk you to buy nil you
Sar plehued-nlem you want to buy. We just want the op-
portalty of ohowing you what a complete line we ba" IV the
plain, carved and em-set Bracelets. If we fall to
ple you, t is oar fault. Price begin at .. ......

---LL C.~ Nmn Baiuslh, FN---

..ownRIn ..

5 Cbt Pr LiU
ah Imasrtlio. but so avertise
ment takes for lon than nts. Six
words make a lie; so Tractional Ies.
over word over each i ocotlang a
an additional ine. CAI In advance
aust company anl orders for inser-
tkonsr talks column.
,-- -- --- --...
WANTED-Cook; white or colored
Apply Continental Cafe.


FOR 8ALB-Black record arbon type
writer ribbons for legal york at
The Sun oice.
and mules for male cheap. Goe. W.
Scofleld, Gainesvlle.
FOR SALB-i8xty Barred Plymouth
Rocks. Write W. T. JoeM FPt
White. Fla.. R. F. D. No. .


LOST-On squar, god bracelet, RAt
with three smal duiamodnds. F nder ESTAU
leave at Sun office and receive re-
ward. I Ursd eer--Net to Pra.
-- -.-..... C--v----eie le.ate, -- _Tt rita
XOST--lack and white setter gyp.Not "i.. I
Answers name "Luhi." Reward. oldt etalt1t haL in th bt
Notify T. 11. HElls. Jr., or The Sun. Ilnwt rquipin*i, and the place -for ~
Galne.vlll. rfentlemen, ant children.
F OR _.T. OYSTERS j a*

aPuru led rooms, single. stable llbht- WESTERN STEAKS, CHOP,
housekeeplnt Apply Tele'ph okff DRIPPED COFFEL
POR RENT-New vw oom cottage, t "- a
Somth Oalneville. Apply at Bool 1'e !t w;t i romiseo sasthm g for
ware's store or Bun oFke nol Inv., L:" youtr the bt rvIee
S.I. - -II**Il- A 1! r [,.A 'i price.
IOR KE.NT-SereVrooBl bouse, cor ':.-1 'pl; or i partins mened eno
nor N Oak avenue and .L Orange hWr ")tltr. '~ q N. EY rtIgTod
street Apply 117 Est Malst t nIs. I* I-ly andIfItleI
Porter W rlvrk. f 6 Vn 15* 00 *
I _~~ ~ _~~

r. W VCs.l~r 14L TAMOR. c. LEE GRAHA A. Cc' w.

.ii.. i nI1 ni I E i*.

We Offer Unexcelled Faiites and Up-Date MMetho&.d

PR-nOu Y-nRTr-- rkoU-RauMA We sfi vah r. r.n


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