Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 5, 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: VID01196
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
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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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While rtyl Wree Riding In
Cartnlg '"i Aasinel Broke
Through Oi 1 sd Poured a Fueil-
ade Its ta VMhle.--King and
Crewn PHRIW OMt Twse Time
Miraomi em of Queen, Who
Tried 0W Mt of Crwew Prince.
ULIaM, i'. '.---Ung *Murlo or
PertuglI, ad b erm prince, Luz
IPblipi, S imlrted saturday
and the t Ab tI a state of uproar.
f*he kIlablp mOg mR, the infant
Ianuel, w V1y wouafd, but
Quees AfL 0 trow save the
irowmra 9rte h throwing her-
aelf upo"t W, V ea rut.
A baund 9atW ttla t the corner
or the PlA O1C0 Niiibm and the
Raa do Amm Semly apmsnU to-

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Word the a9pes wsag ti whd the
royal aumily were 4 lta teo 4 pal
ace, and, I velU oerblame whiob they
bad oonceld up ma, fired. The
lSac sad WW prmls, upon wrom
the attack wa abremao, wer each
shot three tle, sal they lUved only
boi enough o be carried to the ma-
rtIe arsenal, msa by, where they ex
Queen Rkked Own Lif.
Aknost et Ot Ilrlt abot the klin;

fr. tiie asr.vn&' ln tI \o :,)-el carrr.ac.
to the royal paltice, rl.e Peo NP a Neo
celdades. the late, reJdleice of th(
kinK, worted hy municlipl guards,
The news of the assasination ,wept
throu41 the ity like wild-fnre thvroit
dry rass. and half the populaoe i(
Ipanlc-triften, not knowing %here W
n1t blow may fall There Is the grt
est ded Ior the future (4 the cM
try. which seems on '.i verie of bl
plungd Into the thrnie of a revolutio
with all Its attent!nt horrors ad
Three Bullets Struck King.
An examination of the wounds of
the king, who was already dead wheo
he reached the arsenal showel tha
I'aree bullets hadl fflund their mark.
One wouud was situited at the napf
of the neck, the rcond1 In the shoul
der, and the thinly, which Aas the fa
tal wound, severed thle carotold ar
tery. The crewn prince, who was still
breat'lng, hut who died alloalt m
mediately after adrilssiun to the arn
l. had suffered Uree wounds la the
hbi4 ad heat. Two bullets ba hi
PRnoe Manuel, one on the l w r Ij
Iad the other In thn arm.
T7 e old-bloii ~l tiurlor has sent
a thrill of horror tnriu.t.out the cous-
try, even along tho.'w ho have bee
working politlea!ly fir the e~ablt-
Ment, eventia;y. ,f ;a republic, and
sorrow in ox-rl,., I n ,every hand at
the droad.uil :; ,I i..e king and the
crowu pri,,c .

Manuel Proclaimed King.
IAUbou, .'Ft 4.- Mnmilay morning
Premier F'rYin pircaitiiiil the ac-
cession of Prince Mlainel to the
throne, tie namal an,'l ni ;lt ry chiefs,
the high digrnilariso of (state wore al-
leliance to the new kinr. and Portu-
pl still l1ve under a N,,narcby.
That the monarchy will (o)ntlnu*.
these $em no dkutt at this moment.
The lo-teers of U be monaromblt
parties fiwa the moot conwervativ to
those where the m4tt advanced lde:
prevll, have reached a complete
agreement to this effect aM they a
bending all their efforts towai the
malitenaace of 4.rder In the country.

New Cabinet Is PoFned-Manuell at
Opening session.
IAbhon. e'ii 4 -Premlier Franco
has rellnqul-4.rl power aLIn a new cab.
inet has ..rm- fornm4 'ilrh Admiral
Ferrelra t .A.i3 a, asn 1I president
In the place i a' tMatr, Fran
T1l1, a I 4.: i' ,'' 'ho 1)ra a ct-al
withdri a i of F'. :.. :,tiu IwpO'1T. 11
agri ,'lI tro '% .,. a ,I*M calcu I
ja .l I .. "** '."i > p ')tie opinion
at a ';rr. u : A -,.tri *ua DfB D
pe .:.* .' * '* intr) y an t

tI: tack oa the Oeahlons, dylng, and' ,
a' 1h, *qmmo 0=nat the crown prince ir, .
Wa :-.n to half rise and then sink A
tac~ ,, the seaL Queen Arrelle ,,,
J':r.;,. up a&d rowh herself toward',,o ,' .
the wn prite I ua apparent effort
V) apr his US. at the cost of her,c ll .
M' uu~ the pO a e o alrdy had r.- I ,,
'~I~i his death aid. The polio te ,
Alri nrtad redp tlhe asstass andmi K i
ct., d In killU g three of them. I Ir, '
1T'h royil fally wer returning I .,, .
'-,m Villa VieW, where they had bea en ., ,
n) 'irnlng. *at woe on tbeir way '
f 'e rUlwWy at to the palaw
A n aw v" i i- l attendance, *"
., of tbte roBt spritagB tISthe A<
< n" tiI e 4MO y e lot to a ot t,
' .:i ate PrmI Praneo ad over
t:.' .e moiagauf. But the band ':
"' -',?ers had eletedtMe si t a, d
n *-
'"' :".S u forth te mornils,.,:;"
S crime, o tby were c,( r '.
',n n e eyes of the p-.*
S"carvrtia ha whee:eJ I::t,
t d Com--Mrcco. a 'la6r'
a .*

rsi"of Seots Fired.
u o tof**srd* Vert* a'
'' s bapplag. tbe sia-' .-
tho a healn ad IrmeatAr-
.-, ,v &M S S"out. In a n.-
wa terrible toifrC in.
WI me b eIAs sbot 6
5 a aighirst e?ane to 5.5'
to W
'POMM YAr d& frrA s
~4 rvwkima A*sh umbra'"
n1e st ru face"a. ir'i A
than aW p.ar-!

llftw d in prIann
*ZU O ftSo the mur. 7",

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Two hmrr IM and Thirty

F r Wulred.
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4.*t of Thoes Killed end Hurt-The
bI0red Inoluded a Numnber of The.
i. eo Poople frem!eno .1 York--In.
Jured Taken t Hoa Itl.a.
Dltrit. MIab..rPb. 4 --\\'vih
pas1eaer traia No. 4. <*X)tJJilnd.
a boedlidated 4Cblhcba anrl I Louls I
train, due here at iulo p m., was
wrecked two mile we*t of IHtatton
station. forty-t alIt" from IDtrmit.
about 9 o'clock i4 61alg t. probably
by a broken rail. Two woni-mn pa-
saOger were kllled an thirty f-ur
injured. The dead:
MHT. Fntr es Vargo, of Hulweppt.,
Mrs. John Smath. of 1 sixth
street, Milwaukee, Wis.
Thoe Injured are Mra. 0. W.
Mets. of Detroit, several rib 1lrolan;
Mrs. An McKay, of It-troIt, ov-
eraj ribas reeouD
The retralsta lasnjud wirre report.
ed to have aastlned ply 1ilu"s ad ul
The trala coanited of v s ve catrs.
all but one of whldo stool the shock
of the wre without overturning. It
wau In the eooe, directly behind the
oomblnation bagge ad rexMrs carI
and the regular bur ng ear, that the
two deatha.bd sor serious Iajuries
ooourred. Tho taage care remained
urtar t, s 414 ao the hree slee-
lt oar,s but the dialia car was ever

Amog (the *ugd W e also a mem

terd as bera from the elasp the.
water. .Yw To*t. 41
Most of te awred wer reported
to be maJrlag from brws sad
rwalr Thy were brought to n
trt oa a s ler w trati'ad awt to
boapltal d hotetlo here.

Twv Kloed Il a Celielt*n.
Salt l ke City. Utah, reb. 4 -A
womaa 4sd her latet aId were killed '
In a coolilae between o wo freiht
train on the Oregon Sort Use uan-'
day. ThM wvek was at lAyto s.
north of this cdty. The dead woman
is Mrs. Peter randaos, of BrlsbaM
City. Utab. Mrs. VA Tous., of
Havenevtill. Kass.. and her two lit
tie daugtuter. were tInurml bai will
recover. The woaen were Is Ilvinu
ears oceepled b) a sleatu *1.-'

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(, ', Pfl5 Colin

a t Yi .' lae And

~-~',',a' either

pTrack OGa61MlIn.

* *' 5a"it P.0 4arB
a's.T1"4fur MrM
.. pvtd at fMe ua

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p! ~venruo
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Plant ef Atlewis Comvpress Company
Is Oeetreye by Fi11.
Amevier, ad.. Feb. 4--The plant
of tbe AUate C ompres eompan.
00"02. was lowly so@ IxQ bwo 06
'ua between IWO an ~d 3Obales of
fhuarfy WW drs. Three UP,-
dred heim 01 eofe -1-- saved II n
dama osedit 68" U ". ast tsro
Loed With WM ad un5WsdIOe
wors d4 ed Is the CeRaof at ofor
SFards-. uI o rtal im is soutt
ad at bewue *la60, OWd 5150,5
vWrytbLa I smrad b6 Isermses
T7e m rp*"splast v" owned by
flarn,!! sad thAM arl puIre pafkrUft.
Wai Ivese C. to e AftsMt COmpres
ormwsm. The Are vas ievead
ascut S 4'n p P M A 11141Wind
was h lowin. gd It apre e1a1MeId
At ,e. tIte theI e'etrie gas pLia
were tlbre d The, orsaesS the
Oro Is saftows.
WasBw'ed tole eftb.
swya. (is., ac 4,-b. sa.
of hINS pis. was bra dea to 4 dtM
11tuffta 81i1ht lii. s 00being Cam
to arose sAd West vthe Me to usoeen
them noe was It o Ie slo w ethe.
and t.07 cegot Or oa adhe 6" u-
ft ?* 4u0a beiltre 0 5 i 1
arive.)YO lrl -IIY n~

wsom~d t .k
ras Yrs5tw. I &I .*4 Ppa
i srTW5l I e' tf 1 r frt trom
MssuVia1a mseLOA W WMRsaw.s

pfOwm, ow w-".led 67 WW pan".
fIs is Ou1W toat to 6I.6e0ed i
cumao wbw #-0"f'S eboaiofat t
of&;IV .: .


lpeoIal Precautlons Taken Agalnat
Polsble Anarchistic Outbreake.
Madrild, Feb. 4,- The aassasinathin
of Kln Carloe and ('rows Prince
ltAI Philllplne has created Iweral
aormw In Spaln, 'but It the smme tlum
It hnb awakened the fears that one*
obtainlt that a recrudelconce of an.

areh isic deeds
this nmonarchy-.

are, not Iripnbable Inn
where the propauiunta

Nf the oanarchdis alrred) has .ecurvd
fwr them a strong foothold.
IB~Isclnll\ in Barceloka. where the
anarchists and revolutionlstl ar nota
blv ihtwerfull, dI I tile nowIs of the' as
AAirnnltltons cutti Kreat excitr'nt et.
It Is unilyrtood that for a onig uline
there ba been nt'tlio i)tI n c municatlon
I hAtw ,w tihe actual trvoluiilonitrte of
kforttial anud paln. havuli in viwhm
the acting in rcorur at the psy-yhokl.
Ical nmqlncnt.
These facts Inlua l the gvvernment
tn take a firma trip on the SprAlnlsh
a)tiatlok with the Intention of Ihr
stalling a possible outbreak of vit ,
lenoa Ia the monarchy. A nmeting
of the oeuncll of state was held at
which It was decided to observe ep*-
clal proctautinn at the' frntier and
rldd rules will be enfbrcn concerning
the passage acnroe the frontler ed in.
dlviduaial, traffic and oerchandilsr.
IlnctIlediatly after the couuell of*
state hnd conchddel Ita s erloo, Pier
*nler Maatra left for ekrville y sptclcl
train foir a consultatioo with Klag
Alfonn -.

Littletmo Oppsed to Immrntlte Move
to eoupe Thaws' Release.
New Y rk. Feb. 4.--Aeordlng to
annotncmwments made. It is not likely
that any actlol will be taken looklax
toward the release of Hrry Thaw.
tfom the Mattawaa asytum bfr at
least a month It I sawd that Mar.
tie W. llttletn. Thaw's chief ernn
841. will leave the latter pa of the
Wa fer a varatlo adl W il pmlbbly
be p"e mo or htemw wko. Im the
asatlie so, ve will be ad to
menre T' e aws roelee s" hbe o er'
pus piGa0w. p
Mr. Utli es d esdweet a veavy
stral durt the tria of L ea and
sa ld to be I a m d ofe It la
a1d Itha Mr. Uttleo Is, ppad to
eare Thawe v' teMher othesaylui
ad It Isa Ilkely iat say move will
be maed uitl some Ue af er be re-
turans fro bla castles.
While Tha se aonslos that a writ be
sought Immodsnely. Mr. IJtletlo Is
sald to have uone& ded Is aonviretlta
the maWmrers of his family that queh
a move at this U0se would be Illad


Sattleship Ploe Ha Peached P I
MS rat of 94elltsn.
Was1rlotn, ferb 4 A 'astlertom m
s&n removed at the bar.ir oe d ieatia
tloa tf the anvy dnlartmen t tl(ady
frm Ker Admn(ral livaa,. smmssd
tag the ParlBfe hr4ed battlebhtp fle, I
saare btas ibe arTival eSi ad 1i i t et a
Pfalt Atfae '
Adlital Nvatu elated that us talt
Maaday *bile la lk4tud* e I wt i
Wad Iolttedl I seth, r. rtial were I
ash44 Njd bMewe the Iattleshil I
et sad4 the Args'lne 8et whka" was "
eat there by the ArimtDe W eewr t
Iat to meet the Amnerlra b e.
The admiral also rpotmed the doea
of of bsle mea. who was blerti
545 8

SMAJ C)4"A & tOM 06*.

Woo a me h*b V eat ner4m Peel
SUP Otei"'g Wa..
1S4h011 r1 Tons t1s 4 --Mapr
Chan.,. W A pruown ad I2. a m.
bfat of c(.f rcai Veauest t. aa&#%#p
e*ra) f.4g it'tat 'p1 the Nevt&ATU,
(hstfax'airm 4 agsts4.
In 4M4d w t~ie be'"aseat V"vaeegm
t". To*I
Ife, cg-I ltcm all the grest
bwttis lthe

N&%Pe u IAeleese Macese,
IASdw b 4 The 0 iroamsm
bu t.Faew.- t...vv ta Tce of
loitish etas's. d' tr as & TIeu.
Meveree. to the .U "g tii, 1#aka. me
beadle tefloh Ia-s &ifa~iwe d toi IS
CaIw ItO tarry Wea W.4.p04 ec1V@-
Walsomase"I ..vss ww'saibeto a C
from The aU"..ho woosom& p~


A Safe Blower na al rMr,

Break From FlsAe Tower.


After in Some W*ay getting Ott of
Their Cella Men Sawed Ba If
Window in Corridor and Let Them.
eelves to Ground by Ilankets.
/ "', .,' I Joha Harper, sm-
dtlr Idlath sontenoe for killllng the ber
Iff If Murray county, snd Uteorge lur-
tun, ciaryml with safe blowlnl. made
a iensutlonalj and mysterious -eape
fi',m i'ulion county Jail Moli ad t orn.

lHarper ant BBurtoa ware I Iseparate
,t*'ls but In the sane eae. Harpew's
crl doimr as* found opeo but Burtosa'
was locked. Tho ceai door, wkhie o.
closed bota waa still lock ed
After gettlng Into the corridor Ina
mystrlous manner the tuman wed eou
two lrtel bars from a window o t he
third floor of the north wln of the
jail and let thesselves down by tyta
four blankuta togerr.
\'hen Night Jailer Jim Bmrow pas-
e4 the cell at 3 o'rick Mlanday sur '.
nt., hr relicertel that verythia wias
apparently all right
At 6 o'clock when the calls wee vio
Cited the prionera were poe sea s
Investigation showed that two br
had ben sawed out. The blasete
tied into a loog rupe, weore Ul Mhas
nag from the third N ry window.
Tne Jaiores erg jytiftlW ova De
ecap*. l. ay M tU MAWIat
bow a poler i ot t of hi b l S ad
thean u of 0, ote* WithU0t mWta$
te bars of boti cell sad SbiA
They are fthetlo psle t the i
must haveo b" eoeltap e bIwj tr
raes *n la the TL w e


Oft to n U c w -go
Vetseo tulsa In ew e eath 11 Ibt

an,, rbum Ia old hed I .
Chleoag. Feb. 4. .-Me as e
elames of a wis of threlatel g i
ter by the Wabla aiMagN of lirBO s
knowa as th "eblak baand wllU "e
the new ly formed "eite a ae'led *
Its Srat oppotualty to show I

ilooetalg okiely upos the reaipt ef
eOral letter dwe adI wNadine M ,
wph ('oelto, was cbat dow a ,,
boW In L the alloye I the ren of b
boise Baday aIiht
Threw ta were Bsrd ito his h- b
at clneo reasn. eb oa e ta0 Jloeg deaL
DIe'b was alanwet Iataalauom 'lP
murderer esaped.
The hoMting S luowed (wlht a aIw r
baunrs of a stt(e~t to erdewr a)
Ann TavsiUIl. nd members of Nt
rauilly i rtheir hee1. tie, eiseI w
re'aM|| -eral letters bw-madt
110o Three shot* wer red h1~ '
Ihe oladnw of elUs lareu Wibutl
to6k offet,
lnoss o.,.@ -u- a roim Fa S ofs a w
Moe. but bisl1e 0l tisaOPWM 9;
ealtu oi esUppoend to he ^4 g w a s
e* blek matters had -de sWsad m ,
aslteak get SW freeW blh slo 610
wave it l a trtas pIes wo1 4W s
#ltr of d4 et
Preitsry d-ad bad bees nM III
atly 1m ruterato seAd his geg nb
emafted tlost steamer as a rese.

RaIgh. i~ e~,, rob 4 -rs. o. J
U tUadsrwod. a yea s wbte meoo,
a U. U, s bar h.-Od l me sae
b'uesed to deAhse'3.eh wir bea adin.
The 'sms's ofbahea a farmo, er
t4 chaolwh*ee The 1Ste .tauled. oSO
stulb I" cgegato, tJr d tLoSe
house. wkhihWas be"nu lbad"*ue. S
vies were boad, to b *a isth
qmre 1ead the 6erred bft.'o 01

?Yr3 v'mense, If l a

see"A r Wumt fro"
~~~e" bi 4e0~t04fue

Owvar an TUL 9&A** tba W&
~*ad us s hsto WWI 0
"Motesaus Taf.otokso v oe sm
uremleed hi h aSg

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pi ag BiokIy Much -1Hid
SOver Prospects for SMua .


So Par Nothing of Speelal Interet
IS be S"eed frdl t 1 o W eftl, kt
IxMibite a S~ie )arle.-Live
took iKhibIt



Ron. L. W. Buckley of Jacksonvolle,
leral tManer of the ,1114a Mid. i
Winter Ispeeltion, tbe grt tet aepo
Suol of Its kind evte attpted in
the $outh for a continual 'hree r
1iW rnp, waI is the cd t T wda
:, the totereet of the exposition, ad A*khWh s.adr l
P t tbe day had conference with -
l tunaer N. AL Calison of Sprint
iP. r Farm r w n will emod an eslellho t bt hil wl fIo, 0 i e*tas a S.
S ve stook eo bibtt the elose of the A tIti e dAUrU t te oitveUtles.
tat air,, ad Oeorge Taylor, the The outcome of this oonventon will
eomnissoer tfrom Alachua county be watebed with a gret del of tter.
o t he Mid-Winter Expolstion, and eel. Cel. Oltbbb is O of the leader
w e has worked faithfully for the In o the itepnimt a orWmnitaton n t nor.
.'Ies bit f divduial exhibitors from Ida, wioeh Is known to taod for the'
Sl doanty and the expooltoL. nomination of taft, whl e there will
T lR, Buokley Is very well pheald be an oppodsg ords among the dele.
wlth thhe outcome of this conference, gates. It is gmerJlly epooeded, bow-
SwlL he says will prove a gret ever, that the great maerMy of ddle-
; W, ~Ilu benest to both the eoamty ad gate are la Iesord with ite State or.
W exposeltio management. Mana e anlation.
', : W kale promisd him that he
Swald have h live toeL es Mbt 0 THI NEIW PROM MELROISe
b ti prmsply, and during the day
S4 il' M trers aid prddaoer u Melreese. eW. I.-Tbhe oyster supper
Si the exhibits are being given for the beat of Melrose Lodge
S14ii ad w oult be orwared o&. 89, '. and A. M., at the Hluman
6 sh ort time to be placed la ioume on 'rrday night, wae an n
SgitfJn, qulilaed sueeoss t haks to the natlr.
f O f of the most laterstia exhib. nla efforts of the ladles who had the,
lip redIed for tAlaUh county, and tfair ta charge. Everyone of the
q6, wlhth will attract the attention large crowd present Joined in the
ad epe allyO the Northern visitors, statement that tt was one of the fln.
t ,'W o the eottns display, which It is et stppern they had ever attended.
SASdestood will be finished by Dut. Afterwards daning was indulged in
6 00 ., who have been ensgaed unitl a late hour. The not results
I Ike oetteon itaneee In thie county amount to $60.65.
ia~r m tay ars- quarter of a ce. There will be no service at Trinity
| tdi r acmw. This exhibit, through church on the th inst., as announced.
th Wracp bf Mr. Taylor, will prob. the date vla been changed to Feb-
.. oA mprtleh, In additlon to the on- ruary 2rd. when erv, Chas. B. Hed-
ohuI th he rop from the time the lrhk will hol4 both mornln and even-
,aed is plled In the ground until it tla service.
( Ihked I1 bale and rdedy for ship. The many friends of Miss May liar.
miei a cotton IDn actual operation, nett are played to se her among
w Ilth will be designed to show the them once sore. -
S10 e b y rlwkl the sap9e pre pr. Mrs. O. W. BRoers of Live Oak is
: d tfor market This will prove an the guest eo he parents at the HRl-
i lrpetaly Itlesting eIhUbt. and ooe man House.
Swhith will prove of a ost advantage Mrs. A. A. MeRae has returned
toIlthis satilo of the State. from a pleasant visit to friends at
S At~ofh interesting exhibit beitag Alachua.
P:1 l4, and wileh will moemn be In Oe M. Bailey of Unlotown. Pa., is
i.Ntotn at the expotlon, willU be the one of the boueparty at ayvlew
Sof phosphate from the mines Cottage.
t I aconty. This display will em. The frst martins of the year were
a. ee the Industry from the time t see on Saturday morning, fully six
t I tekes from the mines in the rough days ahead of last year's date of ar-
OitW It is loaded on the cars and rival.
1014y tor export, and will show the
,';irtl Inrade of the rock which has the Likel The Sun,
I-de this State fanious the world The Sun Ir In receipt of a letter
:er. from Mrs. N. J. Steel. Jackbolnville.
i" Manager C('llison, of Hspriig IPark In which she make remittance to
Farm. s very enthusclatlc over the have her name placed on the nubicrip
IWIuWter iroposiltlun. anld It may tlon ll.. Mrs. Steele says:
a11ly be said that Lhe live stoc'k ex. "I was former Ipotmistrted at Camp.
Shibi from hie farmi will be a credllt villc, during which time i ass a good
S ot only to the State, but the cuetire friend of The Sun and enjoyed reading
0Ueth. Owtng to the fact that the it very much. I have now moved to
: tate Pair aill be hdid for inl a lit, Jacksoiurvue. and. betln desirous of
t e over two weeks,b he delcl(ti to lmping in touch with the harPalenln.i
1 liml the ixhlblt thrr, firht atftt.r of Ala.hhua county. I must have your
; Which it Vill be tranrl.ort,,d to .lack. valuable lalwr, which will prove a
SeOnvllle. 'his will include at.,lt' wtlCOnlI, l ltor.'
,twenty-fi0 hoad of d ller.ifordt a ---
majtority o ahtrb h ar.e lurlitlared. a imple Ilemedy fer La Grippe.
a 4iud of rrelitered Jer,.ys. ad still I grippe toughs are dangerous aU
llarkt w d, Ipoelbly. of Ansors lucy trwquently develop into pneu.
ItI ar I abtrlre hoons, anid other fancy mosla. oley's Homey and Tar not
*Ys, The Sprin Pnrk F armm ha only stop the cough bet keals aud
" b t k manv premiumtl for this stock strnttbhens the hibinr o that no serl.
pt the State Vilr. iu.l the Inuported oui reults need be feard. The gn.
bave Iwe'It prsert- winners In alse PlOW'y Honey and Tar contatei
A- rt U throughout the country. no harmful drags and Ie to a yellow
ignagr luckley *tatt*, that the eckalge Rete substite. J. W.
eaielueM is proving a mreat *ntr'i,, MeCollum o Co
is gt tlftilnl Infurmtat'l to the I
State. as Its proatilo, n Fquirw te weiV Lest urviv Die.
a teat deal of *eery and h4rul work Mw O tenas. La.. Fb. 4.-J. H.
on the part of the managers. D. t, who claimed to be suerrvt-
-e of Gemral Ci TO STAT bCONVeNTiON. th Ittle *ig ir. di,
S here Pund.y, nad .7 years. kth
Hen. WIw S C.b led hilo.es a ,ivil war ve:esra Oa the sorai.
ore ll* 1id Ioter enlisted Is the ca'.
Warvee O4 to St. Aeistlne. airy for s r.*al \ern be u as
tHon Ietry 5. Chubb. nregiMer of char .'t )~\re Mto,. an abaadotr
the Inited State teland .lkc Sad frQ*K vIza aear all. ci '

chrwman ur the Florka StabeceNtrl
.ocutive C mltle.. and *Mae
ghleld:A Wrrm rp. rwilvr ot te1%1-
td kSat. Iissd oes left THesd
for i. Augustlao, YUa Jeabseevs"
hr.. at she latve' rAr., they w
at, oud the S1 ~tatRepubboa Ceave
tka r Warrea vu s omw d

I Be Sure
SBe Surweak


Speelal'TeTs Cvened Tueeday-Two
SDpmisptf Of.
Thi term of (e .CircaK
Co0" of tj h Circuit in Mad tor
Alches ~i Judse J. T. Wt0
proldlng, was called to order at 9
o'clock Tuesday morning, and after
the selection of a Jury the followaln
ases were disposed of during the
B. F. Hampton vs. Atlantic Coast
LUe, unlawfl entry. Verdict of re-
storatlima d $10 damages for the
In the afternoon te case of Joel W.
Malphmq Vs. John R. Malphurs, eject.
akLt, 1 *idtt up, which resulted
la T edtv t 1r the plaintff.
It is Udestod .that there are
twelntyght edvil cases on the docket,
whebh wig be disposed of before the
preseN tear Is adjourned.
The court will convene again at 9
o'clock this morning.


A Simple Way to Prevent and Cure
Otemah Trouble.

The sufereu from Indigestion and
stomach weakness should eat slowly
and chew the food thoroughly.
But as the majority of people have
already so tabed the delicate stomach
that they seler with ditress after
eating, aktulence, headaches, coated
tongue, spoi before the eyes and the
many ota~e symptoms of thdigestion,
it o necessary for them to use MI-o-na,
the only remedy that will strengthen
tae muaclar walls of the stomach and
Increase the low of gastrie Juices so
that indtestlon will be cured.
MI-o-na puts the whole digestive sys.
ter n n such shape that It can care for
all the food that is eaten without pain
or distress. J. W. McCollum & Co.
sgie an absolute guarantee with every
bO-ceut box to refund the money unless
Mionl does all that is claimed for It.
A guaratee like this must Inspire
your conadene In the remedy.


Tranopertatlen by Refrigeration at
High Sprlngl Greatly Decreased.
A. A Summers of High Sprlngs,
one of the leading business men of
that twn, was In the city Monday.
Mr. 8tkamers, who is a heavy stock-
holder,and all ofeer in the High
Spring t loe Manufaturtng Company,
state that the only convenience he
has felt from the recent money panic
In the North Is the falling of of
prices of perishable freight,, which
naturally meant a tQalin oft i ship-

hesolie C RTine
Gasoline tagines

W1 frplfsh power at a trug ceot for
every purpose N eqro r nu Every
farmer can atllh Tiw il mter" la a dosen
way. We t Iny be pwer
We are Rf to nidi
ca sp a a you.
cWeawexll e = InIt okr Boat
BusIs PlpesI Fittilng, etc.
Sfor beautiful, lutrated "ctalog,


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Lonw DIinee nbone 514. 1 (6Oaa Street.


O I 1or&sble W4 ctateary En.
Ds I o A bteBl Yn

I bplea. 'OpFW606 ile eiar.
ird Id stoelt., Ubomorei 4,
Wt" rd ee~kste,s 1tate

E. E. VQYLE, M'gr.

Abtrac s of Title sad foll Itu orU atol a turnihmae rearefll I ton he aouso Our
maWa s ha el d i tbo Oths eUMI yars mand la thoroughry anq tef h W e a title

Re---- Rter-n a omter of promaent Amerlia s*ad B~lth eoa n le----
Real Estate and City orns. GAINWSILE, FLA.

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BWIlW aad Jobbers Un

Staple aad Fancy Broceries,

kahm IbrieM Seed ad Furtilhiar

ments and a dereese In the quantity V-
of lee his company had been furmlsh- BOUTH 8IDB SQUARE N : GAInEf8VI LL, 1.. fLO(Ui
ing for refrigeration. This decrease Highess market priE paid for Ohiekens. ggs d eorer r6odee
however, amorrted to a great deal.
as the shipments on n efger.tlon A romplete sofkp of Hy Cor0 Oase Flour ani, Ml a, O eed VlSl
were cut abort from his territory and Rye. We A Io slr 4ERT ST gPods as hmLOW
from forty to ffty carloads a week. KT PRTOI, and gtarsan aMelbelgs aiI-e
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Favor ESTHER 8. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTON.

*We prefer Chamtbelain' Cough
fRemedy to any other for our children,.
nays Mr. I. J. Woodbury of TwinnlhingJO RN & C
Mich. "It ha also done the work for
us in hard colds and croup, and we IN SU R A N C E
take pleasure In reeonmmueudin It.
For sale by all druggista PORTER BI OCK AINESVILLE. FLORIDA

Centennale Celebratien.
New York. Feb. C.-The conteental *
eelebratos of the bruatlo of te ro Fire, Life and Accident *eo ld td b
ma" Catbole do0ea of New Tork
wtU be held Apil I, accordlne tc
aoseaneemet aw uda by Arbch __ _
bi hp Farley. e I of the diga
tari of the (athtes a wi be insur
here to taske pt la the eelebra A In
Tkel e eatelsJ Tuu agre ourF ll
hoadvth anadre ray t the divltes
aoft "" o e" ee "te- m aw"e
tof the Usaed tae 1 Comp M 5 Ree pntbl., Have a Polie Coul o ly
--- the----ed L lrs With LibeUi a of P"le0 Contraci and the Oeipaae
PILrE CURED IN S TO 14 DAYS. Pye Las mtly '
PAzO OINTM eNT to garsaied to
cure any sae of ItMta Blend. Bleed- You Are Assured
ag or Protrudins Pa to to 14 days
or m",l r tnded. e. I Whae I o earoooe 0 l es Otfoemr onu wiithLi gsa harm oI 4
Wemoan Sawee to DOft .
Vestsonery. AM.. WO. *.-News
eomes trom fPley. Al.. of the tise
eatm of Mrs Phil taw. -She w PS
alysed sad wa"s lft i1 In a il.e.
The Or* became be4 e0411 ta Oeai e* bbes eiahsle Cempale Rewees.ed.
ter dress a r. ** was haired tta ll
bet're s)',ne reaoed1 her, bedag e
abe t. .me9 or ery "t A M C H M A ,
-' -----" ---
o4s, hau e CJ eeft .0 eeiy .h OA m a
res. west lunp. i Yosh yeI w. *
ir Jo:wor i he awdo uarf hAF _6.._ AVq

- - M'~ rb S troJ~' a h~an isrutSlC v yLec'IL
Naseu-uw.,4b,.m., $ rti. V(i. t;.~t its *s he rrda.r ~7'
~ p. .: vt~e. d as
ie i,~thus be suiw to mash: 'b isb~it' W' '

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E After Once 'astang

A of f%' Great Interest to!n 01
FuJLwS mad 5Btocknisn.


Manager 5IGalke Will Have on Exhil
bition s %k Pron Spring Park
Farn- r Id Srbelue on Thur-
day-PrekMti4t Speakere Scheduled.
The greo norlds State Farmers'
lastitalt, JI rleMb o much interest
has been aalMpI will open here
this evel t teL Tabernacle, Alach-
as avenue, ,ad will last for three
This will be eIs of the most benefl.
dal meetings ot its kind ever held in
florlda, and wiU comprise some of the
most widely It1 a and most learned
speakers n po the various agricultur-
al and stock.ralsdlg subjects, which
will be preMeg d -for the benefit of
the Florida fraer and stockmen.
One of the *oat interesting, as well
as most fiSt Uet features of the
great institute wN be the display of
live stock by Mangerw Callison of the
spring PIV tarm. This exhibit will
comprise a!at twenty-fve Herefords.
a majority it whU are Florida-bred,
and about a arload of Jerseys, which
may not aIlthr froa the farm until
Friday. Tae will be other stock,
Including A agr, Berkshires. etc.,
and these, witb the Herefords, will be
en exhibltlq darig the entire session
of the institute.
Director P. H. Rolfi of the Florida
ixperlmentalfaam, who has been In.
disposed for the past two or three
days, Is out agala, aqd It ls with pleas-
are that we anaoace that he will the
present at these meetings. Prof.
Rolfs has beeo earnest in his work for
the advancement and development of
the various lastitutes of the State, of
which he proposes to make this the
crowning success.
The public as oordially Invited to
all sessions of the Institute-in fact.
tuley are urged to come.
Following is the program:
Wednesday, FPel rary 5, 7 p. In
Address of Welcome, Col. It I:
Davis of Galnesville. "Agriculture in
the Universlty," Dr. Andrew Sledd.
president of the University. "The
Florida Live StO Association," S. II.
(altaldll, brLM of association, Mc-
Intosh. "Tl V i ua Farmer," Prof.
F. 0. ScheU sertary of the Cotton
Growers' Awsoelat', Lake butler.
Thursday, 6, 9 a. m.-Ex-
hibitlon of Oattle to be Slaughtered.
Dr. C. A. Cary, superintendent Ala
'artna Farmers' Inlstitte. "The Cot
tn)l Growers' Association." Jultde'
It 11 Palmer, Lake City. "The Farmn
-r' I'nlon," 0. W. Trawick. president
of the union, Mayo.
N\,n -Barbecae, citizens of (aii.+
r in --"Tick Fever and it Erali


hlave. criticisdi tOw jl-lt.ii
14lfl4lamx as a lflc'hI1Au-4 ttis,'o r
Soi+h incml it tti:ty I-
Whs'n familkua arA' IeeAeli A
iii -lismondo, leks p ilt.11
articnkW of Int 4r 1 co' I4)1-
:'r.-1Ls nature, when the %-kwcr'
tala:I' ly payrnnts l.i'
--I-n and finlly Oiw *I1lllY
lon9rkr ir cnaul iit
'ho'la.bitBtIl tse wmP!
I lijinuit 1xine," *l:far
tho hadP I t i! (:I(
i f U for w ,) 1 ,-' .
o ~l 4~n e of ,,ite''%,e
hand in t Ube --.sl..
le1PSOAaMlV)Stllitik e
;Lrw We *s vesic-
-4114 with(Cupid.i..'
~'the imssalrw'rzr I

A la n" l barel Ic. -'!I
A n oomflaS ITr ("t-w
in attymld te-Ie'^

I*'utyof t Ii pr .,'

a- W m g ( ok w t h o e f.r 4
toSo nske his f., r- j r'


0no one '.'ans an o!l-fash-
ioned cod liver oil prepara-
tion or emulsion, because
Vinol is a much better body-
builder and strength creator
for old people,weak children,
and for coughs, colds, bron-
chitis, etc. If it does no good
we will return yotr money,

W. M. JOHNSON, Drlit

cation," Dr. E. iP, (Guerrant, Ocala.
"Florida Agrriulturt, Hlion I. Mc-
Un, Coriumisioner of Agriculture.
7 p. m.-Strt'oiticonl iccture. Dr.
Andrew M. Soui,. I'r.'i.illnt tkiorgla
Agricultural Colle ei. \thIn'i. Address
to Farmers, Go\irrnor Hroward.
Friday, February 7. 1, a. m.-Exhi-
bitlon of Slau)hterc'd Cattle. lihowaog
good point andI pIoor onc ,s Dr. C. A.
Cary. "The liHrt'fordsl in Florida," N.
A. (allison, Sprini ';ark Stock Farm.
"The Hertefords oiu tl Raitge," C. R.
Thonmas, 8'e. and icpl of the Iler -
ford Association.
'2 p. ni.--Addrs,.,. t'Cl W. oR. Goo.
win, Blreteders' (;Gazette, Chicago.
"Stock Raising In Florida." 8 H. (lait-
skill. "Cattle Raiit iii the South,'
Col. \V A ularri, reit'rceemnting th,-
Shorthrirn A.so 'u

The Masquerade.
Tihe, niatiligml il tit f t1he Masque-
radil to be t ;i n at S.ni arry ball (the
new iarwlor 1 ii l' ii l,t evening of
this % sc i iii ;. l i, r,'iqucits all who
c'ain do M, to riLn k. ;i thler will be
tno objtctiionl ;, i .ur,.s ou( t of the
fun. and |l htia- io Iihe t, occasion will
det'elri l 'reill\ in thi> although there
will be a fe otter .atiracItionis which
will le,' nlt111 11 I l tI
'Tle, inarri.d pi. l,,e -hoiuld masque
also,. as far a. ,,n- inh to lenud &pit
to the lca(' -itoll
Dainty re'fre'hlieiinit- A ill Ihe served
during th' v-niln
Tihe' sl f ii Il1ii wI Ill be by pi.-
ano and I loll
Tickets are nowl, ii c.sl' at Miller's
and Averars teKk andi refreshment
stands. The' prIn.' will he fifty cents

... ,


rIef Ikethb It the Ufe of This
Mi by Minister.'


Rev. W. H. Dodge, ia.-tor of the
Pr-esbytrilan church at ocala, con-
tributes the following tr f sketch of
the life of the late Johi, S NlcCredte
to The Ocala Banner:
"Mr. John 8. McCredi, died very
Alddenly at his home on North Magl
nolla street at 8 o'clock Tl'usday even*
lug. His death was a great shock to
his family and friends. for he seemed
in his usnal good healtrl, but the
Death Angel was kind to hinm. for his
paying was evidently ais p alnle.s as
it was unexpected. r. McCredle
had just returned home from a viit
to UjYanopy. He had eaten supper
and was sitting by the tlre when he
suddenly fell to the floor and was
dead before anyone could reach him.
lHe had complained of ia sllghl pain
in his left sido, and his death was
evidently due to heart falire,
"Mr. McCredle was one of thowe ex-
cellent citisena of whom Scotland has
given so many to Anelcirna. lie was
born in Glasgow in I18.1, an.d camIle to
this country about flif tv ear ago. Mo
settled near Micanolv anid bore a
large part In transforming that beau.
tiful country from a wlhelrnissr. to the
garden that it now is. IIe, trvted In
the last Seminole war. atitl khs also
a brave and devoted o.'ilirr of the
lAst Cause.
"A few months ago \Wti MrCredle
and his wife sold their hoi:e near Mll-
anopy and care to Orlia in order to
be with their daughters, Mlnc',s Jeaan.
nette and Mary, who wei, in business
here. They bought the hlIom, of Mr.
Ptetr Ingramn on North Maligolla
street, and the friend oul I'niIle John'
hoped be would l ssra tuai.I dai tiiere,
although he had far '<.e 'cle.ld llnan'm
allotted three score anstl e.nl
"Mr. Mc('redle had not l..oco'mn well
acquainted with Ocala rlile. but
those few w ho knew him r(.e'tened hblm
highly, and around hil oldd home
where he lived so main years the
mourulng will be deep and universal.
"Mr. McCredle is surllved by his
wife. four daughters ani three sonsa
all of whom, except one daughter and
one ,non, are now in Ocala They have
made many friends here, all of whom
sympathize with them deeply In their
great sorrow."


J. H. Ileekwlql ISen ef Fairbanks
Puroehaed Valuable business.
J II. Hlaskwell and ,on. James T..

for dancer- t ,i I tc nt tlhe r'euts for pasmcd through he city Mdeday en

geic-ral al tillilt
Tomomri' I'iti ar -'Il i afternoon,

at 4 o clolec :0
it S'rniln.ttr
grain in.' i


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It r I ., .
1Jin r .

it '

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l' v I. Il 'i I r lll> t eet
I ,; j I. i:; t(i e for the

Threaten Life.

I r 14'r lsafs-
If they are
,it llu'"ahle

Co d
L ,

4 o taiI -ro.
I'f ll g'ta'hirs
-l'be' great

*. .r adult the'
toI.es sry b.'.t
-*I"),) toee) i4toS

40I A~eC

route to Pine Mpunt. Suwannaee eou
tr, at which place they have purchase
ed the turpentine farm of the Greun
I'P.nnlngton C'o.
Messrs. lBlackwell have been oper-
sting for the Alachia Naval Storee
(o at Falrlanks. and are coualdered
anlmong the tbst Iurgenti ne operatorT
In this se *tlm. They are xroid, et.
teirlpriIn gItltsen, and will bt nirch
mail,-ed from the eomtmunlty. Their
faiilllie will r unti *' *,ie to re-illI. a
Flalrtanks, much ,t lts'. delight if
their Inany frielnd Tlhet sl)l, tl lhe
new hr rns il tI I II IllIac Lksl &
H oii,

The Auction Sale.

Atxbl the IeAt l lle.tIre that It pays
to, advertise In The Hun was demon
straled Monday at lie auctlfon sale of
horses and mukl a -hich was adver
lIsed by The b It Thomas 1.1*
stock 'CoupaaUy
This sale was ald. rtlr4d as a for,
.kNere ale, to twb.n at 10 o'eItrk
Monday. and by utal b hr the streets
were Alled with an i(re s prwiertlvw
purrhaeorse re'pr-ese.ftll etlry Ore'
tlon of the ftunty 1.venral of thee.
p.rol.ctUIUv piurr A, re drove twenty
flnv miles* to altrd this sale
Tih tal e** a ,rAt Cw seel tl own.
a large number of flr.* aeimli hialrvl
tawi sold at ust. *n sad at fairly
I r'rd paFlre Th. re ml fr uf the

.,~,.jtiaICl 5t Vrt *teii'h ifatIed aS lb.
~ cutri~et5.It lokt'ap of OfwSb 't
k (of t I eyopssu, s eel ti. bled ehs hel

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W: I to t w a$'
W 4 Is a she
A. Ir LI S.~ hIs)


In this "Mety

as c#I IFlV Umen.

e.el so the La.. h e Sif W eSI SI.b Is
&.*1&4 ibb Low TioGmee wbww
'didowboo. wrav to 0" *A mm*^ olo

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C~ruy* &&go opmean A gas*" 0 dbw-oaw
M" OVITOL&A L 6840 6M 104PW OV-

My SAar oI w I*es "-W 6% OsW6
o- e n so bmm of: toaWIbk
&Wawa1, C4000" "Named -w.
Ow. OM m~e.as
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Flak. OA



To Ithe \ Voters of Olatnesvljilt'. -I (Mw
thli; uitt~hoil oC tuitiouncing lmy canli.
duey (yr ar.l.,d of the City of Gait.i.-
ville. I ov., encu on right %ork ii.
an otflcur'., Itete''niuti you id a )-your
iaatureet, mitif I you were a3l').pp, (or
about lItre' *c':urs. aluJ leave It to you
as to wlueiwir I havc perforai..yt m
dUtay wc'll, atti with Impartiallty.
I think I ha'r.' twt'i icing enough at
night mc.rk to be t'uit iotlet) to a day joh,
and t cIf I 'tpronilsto %u ena faithful.

for order, (C. I..MT.

I hereby uinoulnc'e myself a canldil.
date for City MarthaIl n the hlectloti
to be held on the 14th day of Ari:-l.
1908. I promise if elected teo ucldt,.mor
to do the dutioe' required by Ilhe ordi-
nIances as twar ast I potslhly can.. nnd
I Solilit the o'tes of nil lawi ahbidingI
cIttsizi. l(kepelctfullly,

I take thli IInetholu of anlnolunctInK
nmy caldldihhcy for reelectioll at Cit)'
Marshal at the' elevith Aplrll 14th.
1904. I ha\e cndeAvored to perform
miy duty without fear or favor, and
would appreciate the Pmlplert of niy
follow-citlseiii. protining the sauine at.
tentlon to the dutt e of the office In
the future as in the Imint. Thatiking
you for patt miptiolrt, and .olitlltii
your votes at the cornihtl election. I

Ve'rv truly.

... .. .. . . + ..-,. o : :


.- At .11( 'KSONVILI.I:

Now Open Daily, I0 a. m. to 11 p. m. Admissiion 25c; Children 10o

BEACNEY and His AIR.SHIP-Dolly Flights.
1h01SE SIROWKo4k 17 to 22--Sti Tit s tandard
Stock Farm exhibit 11an( IN) otflet homwIo on exhibition.
11 VI .IYOOK MHOW opene reb. 39S-e %I* ig Per& Ve ptrm 11hibi
14 other 0etrlee. Pet I0109h, 0a9,SBird. p"ilry, PigmoS MA P" ., e
19 4o Is. SeeA In entries.
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sertion of tew display adverUtimal I
the Hiunday issue of the paper aliees

copy Is furnished the office not later
than Friday ine* -

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t HtT / r .... ..........Cist U Ilor.
I. PRFRWITT ... *aupt. compoDastRooMs.

Ae w. Main reet, Sr. aTrnos e 44
Tsh 'JAI'.V eUN, published vftry morning exn
uM mday, delivered by arrIer in the city, or
called to any part of the United States, postge
S Se,for6 aeyer; sp.g* msentbh: Iisthree
(ths;ori eiate t/' Ave weeks-strictly la

tsadig notice n local column fI cents a line
iri ntisertion. and ;ceuta fur each additional
te #or display advertising made kuown on
Ihe Twice-.Week sun is an eight-page, forty.
pSus paper, mubtlshed every Mocdy sand
S bemday, and cuaontwt all the news of te
wel, local, Htlte and, general, and will b
Isled, postage fre, so spy, rt od the United
ItLte or Canada, for .o a ye.r-in advance.
AU dvrtiang biltl become due after ati
ieace of advwrtisment, unless otherwise
ploltedd i coootract. Parties not know to s
ig berequired to p y advertsllag l.a
IMe. Addmb 'T lE DMAIY sUN.
GAUXUVUa.h. 34.
Anarchist plots against the fleet
Vow follow the daily fasblons from

If yc have tears to shed, prepare
o shed them now-Mr. Onion is can.
i' date for the Senate in Texu.

A Mise Augur of Chicago had a
"ho laeoi t party" the other.day. It
muns have made a hole In her papa's
k ank -acount.

"The best way to manage a woman
b oat to try it," says The Atlanta
orgila. As a matter of fact, isn't
x the only way?

"Are women as happy as their
Sramdmothers?" asks Mr. John A. LoA
gan. Very few would care to swap
1laoes with them, we imagine.

It is well to remember when tbink.
S k over the currency qestlon that
I nation of the currency will not al-
iV a pteve t a oontractln, of credits,

United State Benator (uggenhelm.
r Is having good success in ontroll.
g the patronage of Colorado. Trurt
Signatee seem to still be welcomed at
Ste White Hous.
1 --- ...- --
Now It is being gently insinuated
at Mr. Hlarrlman is back of the
f H hee boom, Did the faithful IAeb
i over this highly lntereating one-
U8 conspiracyy?"

Neoretary Taft says that no war is
pYaslble, and after one has looked at
6,: 6sie of 111il and the sise of the
1 eet, they cqnt blaen lthe Japs for
Skaaging their minds.

"If Preslde'it Rkouw tvlt is serious
about the lTft boom." hbglns an
article in The .N-hvilll TI'nnessearn.
*Serious?" Wi' he t t't Imerely
h *1erl
An Alahtuiii mob lI llnchl-d a nelaro,
S rd a \oll., i of infltll shot. at him.
ad displ'r s'dl, ahe'isculon the, negro
ellmbed ldown and walked away. Are
Alabama lyncheri Intllycoddles' I

A M unt Vernon

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A co-operative Investigaton of the
straltgraph and underground waters
of Plorida is being carried on by the
United State, Geological Survey aned
the State Geological Survey of Florida,
the expenses Incident to the'work be-
fng divided between the National and
State surveys.v

Some o4,( republicann contempo-
rarle are ildod to believe there is
another era of poslerty about to be-
gin, a the Pittaburg Stock Exchange
opened dp iaain for builness a few
days kgo. We cannot comfort ourself
with that kind of Icgic. for we fear
that stock exchange dealings, especial-
ly at Pittsburg, are often pIanlc in,
stead of prosperity breeders.

In accordance with a systematic -1--_--
plan, representatives of the United; Republican troubles are mounting
States Geological Survey will make a up in Ohio. Four postmasters--Taft
general investigation and report on men-and there are others appointed
the mtraltgraph of the State. The 'by the President, were on the request
water resources of the State will be of Senator Foraker turned down unan-
Investigated by the State Geologist. imously by the Senate, who of course
Prof. E. H. Sellards, and a a assistant could not think of such an outrage

in behalf of the State, and by Messrs.
F. 0. Clapp and 0. C. Matson in behalf
of the National Survey. Prof. Sellards
and his assistant will study the water
resources of the area bounded on the
west by 'the Ocklocknee river, on the
east by Baker, Bradford, Putnam. Vo-
lusla, and Orange counties, and on
the south by Hilllsboro and Polk coun-
ties. Mr. Samuel Sanford, formerly
of the water resources branch of the
Federal Survey and at present con-
nected with the Florida East Coast
railway, will furnish a report on the
hydrography of Dade county. Messrs.
Clapp and Matson will furnish a re-
port on the remainder of the State.
Mr. Clapp came to Florida about
the middle of October, and on the
first of December was joined by Mr.
Matson. They have made studies in
all of the counties west of the Ocklock-
nee river to the Alabama line, and in
Baker, Nassau, Duval, Bradford, Clay,
St. Johns and Putnam counties In the
northeastern portion of the State.
They are now extending their work
toward the south.
The Florida work Is but part of a
general investigation of the geology
and water resources of the Atlantic
Coastal Plain of the l'nlted States,
conducted by the United Statee Geo-
logical Survey In co-operation with all
interested States.

An unheod of incident In vegeta-
ble growing developed here this week.
About three months ago Frank Blount
and Clayt Porter planted a crop of
Irish potatoes and this week they be-
gan digging them. They found the
seed which they had planted still
sound and developing good "eyes."
and so they planted them again and
will thus raise two crops of potato
from the same seed. All the truckers
here who were told of this thing
claimed to be "from Missourl" and
had to be shown, and they were
snown and convinced.-Punta lrds
Herald. We are prepared to believe
almost any monstrous story that we
hear about Florlda's agriculture; but
this one makes us feel that w will have to bt, shown'-Uve Oat

The suit In the Federal courts to
annul the charter of the Standard Oil
trust goen over the manie ground that
resulted In that big fine Truast bust
ing conducted by such genItle means,
will see most of us quit*' old before,
anything practical Is a-cconiill.lc.'d.
Why not try to p>ro)cNut.e Hickeftsil r
and the other trnit tnalleatl,' under
the criminal l it'(tiol of the ;anit fr'iu.

Mr Ilellamy Storer gr'at inldinna-
tion bLeauti of the ati wle tre'utit
Hpn in l 1i'91 i hard to tIudIersItMan
If It had not b*en for that war. Mr
Storer would not now bo' (reat ('i0 f'
PI'rtartl'ator of tht>, Ananlia: Chih

A P I V u t 1 0 g ] 1 1 1 1 *u i e I on I
has just dllhr'rce- her fifth husband An .'ee.tntric Americaln directs in
ayt pho Ia not discouraed. To th 'his illI that his btxly t c roncrt-.d
IHs In Iher nellhborhboo.d this an. into violln trlnies. Htill. fit dwelleri
moutlcrmont must souud uOaluous. will agree' that it mlght I e wor'e
,Sullios.' he, had directed that it tI'
Thn voters ils (tGirge Ade's district covertld tIo ,ornt'.
have de'idldtd that h.' .hall go to theI
Ch(Icklu coveittlon ia a delegate Ieware of Olntn ents for Catarrh that
whether he wSaies It or Ino(. (leorge Contain Mercury.
is Wtt the oiwl.y jokim1sith inl Indiana I
S A ur'1 %ill ncr r 1a i urty lde.tr) tho
1se0Ie i of s,. Il an "The best way to gIet rid oi an the
ratii th, 1 I, ,- **\. t. '.
enaey is to make a friend l .stas The thih i. ..... .
it throii h ih. ',. ... . ..
Chicgo tRmrdllrhrald, (;. Iid' \S.w, ,
*.. .art.cl. rh"-! t' ia \*r \^ n <^1 exfr pt
whtih is the bw*t way tio Ht rid of .
St. i r~". 'r'' us ft ossi r.i ta jlr >t>?\ t i
a friend who has the borrow tull habit* 'i .,.' t
clilk. s % 1 '.4 r, Ih me ll .i

rhir w'rsi.
thee last rediro
As.olowlt. 101'li

,elt hu'z' dsec&

the He'j'i ?ial,.

train wsj~ild is,

as postmasters playing administration

Congresmmah Shetrley of Kentucky
declared that "whiskey has no ene-
mies In the cloakroom and no
friends on the floor,'" which, although
not actually the case, comes very near
telling the whole truth about prohi-
bition in Congress.

An Ohio woman who revived three
times after being considered dead has
died for the fourth time, but even now
her friends are wondering whether
she will let It go at that or change
her mind once more.
I .--- -
The National Board of Trade is evl.
dently controlled by the Republicans,
for at the aiMtal banquet at Washing-
ton only lepMolcass were Invited to
make speeches, and those were of
the standpat order.

A new county jail has been opened
at Mobile, Ala.,-and on Sunday 10,000
visitors were escorted through the new
building. A little later some of them
will call again to stay a little longer.

Every time we see a paragraph to
the effect that "Abdul-Azls will soon
be Abdil-Aswas," we realize that the
paragrphers' union is not yet strong
enough to cope with the situation.
Speelal Annouonement Regarding the
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not affect-
ed by the Natloial Pure Food and
Drug,.law as It captains no opiates or
othet harmful drugs, and we recom-
mend It as i~ sAe remedy for chil-
dren and adults.-J. W. -McCollum &

The Pen it Mightier

110111W 14 1111tire. Iw'cauiAv it iln-
stamlyIVucutre's the en'ltire vilue
of ymrIl h intl-that iut K wheln
yourld nml it& 1$ 1n'lI n it Im)fl a

strong pjImicy for

Fire Ihsuce
in ti..' e- t 14f t's ein aflk's.. W intersitlr
an,' -1,14-11d u!A a-4 tal I4(li$ A'S. Ihow
alulut It yasir liu it n't in usafrty, this
ottkl 'A ill at s161 i rsui it son ".i41t of
Slii' fr.- INflKli .

Orfie o It
1". Qelmcaevsia WeetIns. Sras Sid,.

stel fl N14 NoIs Iv NOe 'si l i sae 5
101e1 0 beatdtackhe l *(AV r I, ds JraesIr Ir 11 eillEj
o'iClu 11 h an tiw at. '41A tarh Ct'ro te.'a .irum trslt-Ar
'it Iral berartackbsov. for 'eiif '' I' .. e'sals4i'
tI i AiceL kla O t h t- u ncr Lsta r, a iIt 1 5k c rns ll
Mid be (two Wbe show actitit drlvtl1 'Sl b" bio Ii

AId lbc.'A- lent ltsoe. tn. ieeg lt1', Ii,:1rrh Curi' tt ,..rix
I..d to &%olV a Asgt Yoo 't-( the's' g's11u:ne % it ak tas on te
1%,r the dVlgajka to ttermlly a L&4 UIJein I Toiiisd5 1I., h~.
AtItIIlal (jw I"ub rJ iCbs t'o 1er)tlmutA lVofr''.
!.,theIhn, "yl. 0 t&, I*Jb) dmec4i41 1'riec .' '* s.r
'Ar~lto ivru abuttio.
i~~~ril~ Tiaaaa m ake Hall's fanaihy 12111a fur corm.i.
I-xtocal isAtlkcl pa r


DoNotiNeg5 a
VW 7sld WkI tH Luns hbSn" ul the
gysu~m Im a&,*r to wiWhdnddtrtgcuU

paving rthe way for more selb*ul rmue


ri I

ae. Code, ool Thrrt, A e imf,
qroup, Whooping Cough, Urn-
hiWe Hoawreenees, 9#1 Lurtf,
radwMLrs. ro..rimT W.,iM *
En SALUmass "a-t mHyV sawa wls
!tms 'sZ m 1 1 01 usM
alwasare Aant "mwaioE
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Tampa & Jacksoonlle Ral'y


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South ..... ...... ........
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................i.

10:30 a
4:25 p

Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 9:20 p

J. B. Cutler, Gn. Supt. L.. E Barker, Traqc Mg'r.

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IfAV4.. eave Leave Arrive Arrive Ae lve AIII'
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At 9 39 At 109 At 3 40 i. n160a Ar61 A 4 U Ar 10 VI
Lv 4b L 45:I 4 0 -owise ar ..... I At I W Ar4 M At 910
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Atru V 60Arh Art & 00.........I'e.. ILY IN r 80 9 40
ArIO3 As e~ u 'A;6S ...3ae0 Ar 6prIepa.Lygvs M L, lA3,6Lv 6
Conneetlom made at Do=l Partfor Ul Misstu to san from Lve oa sa& Peril, sM A
IoU and HMayo JubetU for sf0. Altos sand &U lmtrrnedlate pna~.
For Informs Uos aes etolaasm wli" other Ila", '.1bose or call as Ge8 *1isPsmIN
Acent: 'gboe 147.Le. wi Live O&h
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Three Elegant Trai Dily:




Modern Pullman Equipment

The SEAWOARD FloOSIA LIMITEfr-Sold puis 1vesobm
trails. kI. St. August** d Jakwnvill. t Ne toNewor"S v lklmm" M
Washimntman Dialug Car (aIsv cate) service: Double IDmwtagm'bm
Slterinra cmrs, S"tat rf mand OhmathIn Car. Lave .Auake
11.-6 a n. aad Jamksvtlle 1.1M S dIl. beftafts obys
Fm MlI tmhra trl sad s k vlfr'atlom w tla sm y An
Sesboard or wlw
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The Leesburl Rifes are expceriet l, l,
g some tronu(oi and there is talk of wa., i, ,
p company d4tlbndlng. r ;. ,' '

SThe Pensoola News says an o,: t *r i ,
was opened i. that city the oths .
light that Was tht Inches across. HAWTHORN wS NOFS.

They havf I "Onq club" in Petnsi.
cola that I S. effect i .
inr the m1nlkilt Sod citizens than i i ,N l
te politicians' Cb i
6 ;ii(l nM rz \ S ,i,'i e* ti a
I)elAnd was visited by a $10,00 flr,. ,,
early Thursday morning. Cronor'\ lit 1,,,, t a ,'
ery stable and carriage shed w.,.er .1 \ v
completely destroyed.. .. t r' ii

Exports from the port of Pe'n-ar. 1
during the month ef January rneach(.Il
a valoalon of nearly $3,000.m,o. tht,
Srgest ever attained In the hist,(rI
ef the port.
Sunday morning Glen St. Mary 'wa.
iJslted by a terrificc thunderstorm
aghtning struckV the house of Mrs
Uargaret Davis and partially paral:
sed Miss Davis.

The beautiful Jq slh synagogue in
Jackronvllle bas o"en purchased lb.
Se Christan Scdentists for $1,ooiu.
The Jewish congregation is now plan-
sing to erect a new synagogue to cos-t
sot less than $20,000.

The farmers and business mhien of
lade have formed a county fair asso-
dation. The farmers and business
men are taking a great deal of inter-
st In the matter and it.is beli.'\'ed
Tat the fair will bh a success.

Six negro members of the Masonic
lodge at Belleair are on trial charged
with the murder of one of their fellow
members, Will Patterson. last July.
I Is charged that the six men forumt l
a conspiracy to kill Patterson.

Burglars made one of the richest
hauls In PenIacqla the other night
ever known lan .it city.. They s,-
mured forty-four pipes of ajlver, val ,'
at $500. from the, bqrmb of H. r
Mitchell, on West GOsaalez street.

A mnceting of the Second Congres.
local District Exqfutlve Commltte'
as been called for February 11th, to
be held In the parlors of the AragoiI
lotal In Jacksonville. The Stater Ex
ctive ('Committee Is to meet on tha,
ftI r day,

Th e ity election districts of Pe'ns a-
enla t h,, been divided by the rounet.\
n, r, I,,, rs and in thrlr 'ste ad
lha"' i"., created twelve dltrl(ts
HPer.t, t',r' It has been alleged that i
ras n.ea slhle for the large nunilr
*f v"tirr In each district to ge't '
vote ri the time allowed.

I'\'s'- ia) r~I~ '' ssrII I.I\I 1'ti lii.' 12 ti

1ohn lli, 11 I;( 1 -d 0%%11~( 1

titid !'sllr sas11Ia 1 Isiia.'I'

- the' (lls it tof loa ssp t'g i r lII
f l' d I 0 Iit'' i -iii I 1) l r
t rin a' tulalti "sss' '1)a atforlig
11a~h i )s I W 1 t l' hi walls idt .

tin it tho n ir '' ti ,,' 'si flysit
him is Aud St orii e a ls us it' ill l,' 1 o
twcilpit \IJl l hY Dt .1 'kill 11,1 1ce~l~ J
Till, es. l.' ItI.jeer tsra. h1 r ilo t h

dic ,' onlaiie l t W ..'r uii ';ti.ell] tit'
r t A o )';l til 'ring,;
from all th'' tirt
Mir \Nlllinmtiis- T S''ah).rar .genrtt
hetro. "Ill ~isoon. Ca ~~t~ai ICat
gaLtt. e i iari 11; IL:

Even from the Mountains
liil lard's St %% ii'.1 ri iiii K t 1 praul wil
tfor thie giiaccl It d(it ,4 A sur.' isra'ter
rheaauuatti it mna id i I iiii< \k rtieL:It t VW

"I uwS44 Ballaurd', iiSaw rw i i.micant Imxt
winter for rhe'sius:it I..ui sim ti ( as re4e (ari
mend It liii' thi t, b- lr inmiis 4a1t tha'
maarke't. I tleeiuIom at Ow t i. tI I I 'vn
taken deown 's's 11111,1 tr Inisiia tIhat1 I(
would talit, -t%# .a, 1. s*'1, !-.. I I '' ill mo-l
albout.but ml iiia ;I .' r In.1isiim ? n
scs ral Untiua al.: i ight I aa'a
dabseit iii 4' h1, '. \ \ 1 'iei re

Woman on Visit Drowns in Creek.
tgawn.G. o uiruIo4 iM -"eWalter
Byrd, ut'ra-ah *&Lk. :,,Pwced in Its
'I'w';,a' ai I r&awrwmWflue
n~lleu frolu NlI&Ljt3 su1LPL)~ra1A rung.
sI c ~as '-! *sy s v4sit her Ii.
ter. -s J t neat'r berc

1 !:p it. "n ee''W It
a!f A(t- .'r 'rs-I r i'Y ticf

rr(.Ik ? 'I

A. ,:i. lighter loaded wialt .tin o .c 'l
Iri ;iII treeis came in port Mo:i th '.
MLY ( l *r out V rI
ry 'ri, d .irn the river. The pair.: (,' l '
or,' ~ r',r C('ua. and will bet used in
IT'* r,, th. trees along Palm ave ,nj i "

t"'r: iEdllton. In time' to c>,.' ,a ,,
'on'' e of the most wa'lltsf'll
VP' a' a' I an orlament to th' it T
F" ., r e Ires '

N 'n. aged 10 years. a .*an
' I-.ln of Pensacola. ,a.

'..'ly killed by being runt
'o The boy. who. w'ul
otherM, bad been play)lin
'nmbasnkaeat aar the
't.*dd to board a moving
''* Jumped to catch
Foot easght under Ithr
Sra' him. The other ftep

an ed tb* bny'm lwupr
f' 9'1T frn fromi the IcO'
indtier tbe trck to-
bodY was u's

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bar.! ~r.e
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"Bdroo Quinine"

tsr' b"7tl~a
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ki(ffe. % Asi
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Wants All

To Know-

RodhkW L,. Ikember 15. 190.
Chkau^ UL
entlemen:-Yoars of d th h to hand.
In reIt w;l1 my, grot asuredl usr my
Ieter In any r y ou flt for the bteeIt of
the suffering. I wl answer all corrNrl.,nd-
wnce s to my owi eeas. l rcommrnF d
KODOL to all I hear gnmbU lng sut Iheir
stomaksh. and have bought may Ith rr fln
bottle. Al thatils reoulwtd is a trial of
KODOL I talks foritselt.
Young ver truy.


for Dyspepsia.

dilsta what you *at take the
strain off of the heart, and contr:b-
tltes nourishment. strength and
health to every organ of the b ,!y.
For Indiestion, Dysppsla. So'ur
stomach. Inflammatlon of the n u-
ous membrane, lialnl the Stomach
nd Digestive Tract. Nervous Dv '
pepala and Catarh of the Stoma. h.


Dig.sts What

OYg Eat




Several Ferrybots 11 0.a91A ore In
Eset River. Near 6ill Gate.
New York. Feb. 4.-Tb. norrhuest
5410 that wePt Ilowa oVar the cIty
OuDn~d caused con&derabl.' s irvble'
Particularly to ohlPPno toff tho Lprl
and In the bat and i'erm.
The tide was lowered full% u te,,*
hilaew the normal low water as 9,iv.
oral ferryboatIs went shore Ic the
Mai river near Hell Gate and rvmuain
ed thaee for threv or fbur bours
A dosen funerals wrtr held tip twe
cause of the grouanding of the Im-ajio
Old river mm antatq that t e04 atmr
has aol Ifallenso lw tI mar.e lan zi
ymrs. and predlkt *avious dainalgi uuI
We* the gale subside..


closed PreJident of 0e United mine
Workers of Amrerca.
Ia&aaapo& a ja. M .'rv-aoma
I,. LAVWtof a D.ofrt, U.. was di
clued *lte i dpredemt sif the Unit,
ed 180e Worel e of Amcsra a& Mon.
Jar Closinag aseeles of th b.anual
bt uof he trl'ars showed that
117.(4%yVtes were eagt fbr protw
dont, of wtic Mr. Ir#lwig roreevd C,4.
5,5 3Land W N WiliOn of Ilk.
vu rx. PI s 20.472 l ei (,mijkty
ra, 2Okul'f
.! Ln P' W?'ittn. of I ows v e'lemd
P~t?5nal Of-. rfort1101nt. 91.u'rg no Po
to S111,11 0 Yr t4- r-qari a-siirer VW
I' II I'V. ed Ihincaic tfa-le41 92.34116%
''5 .. i ia .Yf'V~ v' .1tel 11 91111J.

Don't Put Off
UI tII tons' rrfo k hat yoie C 5fi4ato
day Ift )n a re 0 ufoil I d rI( e qI t
tipriIo la ivOr. III ianulpiI1. 1at 'lain ft AR1

ta..tclo of Ifoorbtiseslid goa-'1,110t iI9.r
*corkina right 'r'.r',ft. I
h,.Ult& fai a rpis fflally il.11 ur ,
Ida (Jrs'.besm, lealatT. Ter # wrt*lta

years. and find It du441 all It # alusia
to do." IldW by W N 1,141.-Ps

Medet sueeaid sw o c00 .
ftyseu4N ret I t "
ads of thS AIPhM Tow mOr easfrai s*"
%it mi1e at 'orsolll uatlrfrsIr +:wjj
*'raei 4aVF". wo#Oafrbn be* rt ase4
remale o at 6.KIi'a.a.. of WIsme
op"e'fha juvleir n msar-a't-' 7"46

U' III uS* ata

go11 bw=sa- -- ..' i opl o
Itrta d II(IVAari. 11 -- &, #by
Wkho A soft tir- -1 4-P, ol
Xativ. Brom o juln;no br bu e .s polaON. l AW -.-of
1 U i A --. H b a e D oVabr k I'%f0J

FM A A. S A DAY 't b ootOW b l4s~P.
mw i tb bI X rvwLs m agon-
67A ~ritoIse dommw-so l W. IL)"


Further Det.,st of the Cyclone Which
Struck Mssissappi.
11rnrmnsph'in \ iI Fell4 .-A i
etal trm n 11,i !, N~t,4., ti e ivi
Biraainihtucb \,%,\, '. at atIowing I

strewn 1 i: It ei I et'.,,, Thu 11 .4eItoI i%
vt Fri 'a '. '! i'~rdllto 4h.

that ii'w! a .5 .1 C I,01 4)f laarm.4t1
w ere .1rlt 1 r, I 11 .I it v t),, -it im~ I iiii
ber i o're :i.,,: t-'o io s il
'horh ., 'c tw'itiaa' : 01iaissa't hci~ i'i
mi~le es idi'." en. alajl'tttt4i Ill
its wa)..' lit I-( pml' Ii'. wl5


Took Heavy Detail of Pcillic to Dit
per** Angry Crowd.
('lewic Ft", eve4 %A* hlv tiii%
currild NIs'tlu'aN t t 1e l'im-'st i'I
Itwids Atew !0 oI a altepllS fit S-a4111;11"~ i
to, A erausI of I lilo epi is'palahe'ruIt
outse leh t-he plantf atiulfI thoe tvflent ut C
of tte laits n0%ll. whichth i.a e [eeli

Polk'tia hJiiuaiuI itelanhe tried 14
prevent the crowd front blewking tb'
sidewalk. where a n ttutir oI the inotl
attack"d him anti brau hint n ttll he
was umlOnaClthun ClfRkE'r ltSup.'
maul'd. bowevelroc to litrn In a rusti
alarm and a I viee' V dSll qil of al -i.
wtaen luperaie^ the- e' tafel afntsr a l
vi're llfig'it Por lif the lroead. wwro

Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand.
Ing Cured.
I 1% u stou tt le i a itou t nsw iniiIt
('hamb.'rlain's ftall 'tI.-4 tisse tsr ne'
It hole riurt-d y fact- r(t akkiln ditl ''e'
oIf alnaurt twenty ye)sirt' etandliag. I
hase' iHt-iii I Irvted iby a isevrul ai
liniart jehypilalsun iiiiA 4, s' iteve litt this
etttiintry anld the' / did file- no Itimmu.
but ta is )lo s (si thlq 4a1e hare r suarid
me-r.-M I amtiai (Irilfit. Trtv. Ala
Chl mbsrlliru'h a tilt s' u Il tsr afr i' ale 6 ll


A Home TapbInt Better
Than ,O ng


I he Ixt. 'net@nW aM for cdsm,
%itti timmik(I nitich WAOM thP Zlv4N*l is
to emi.sia' headily wamuhtoth f i lot
1110 Itsa fi'tle, nto tT im*t SAGAbe-
gilmuis's hst taih IeituOS MuIt
to gtitlem i lInith tub1RS1 hnt m*aw d
autd aatr (nt tih mad goto bed
o011m, taking a a 4t drisiu of kuoadsaat
lam, or salwr nnmi-skohMe drink. Rub
brioekly over $he th"e&t Wud utt with


Chas. Burnette



635, 637, 639 WetL Bay St.


r Ile~j
Cot. gre'.
I Iir, imA dk ice
Plaul J,41
meillie ltf

I' r (s ll
Sre ,al fy 2 r'.I
' I i I 'a a

tiesl Ity .
r trw l(>f at il
SMar)tStn4 l' X ',

l'uatilJaoi-as. Motflnk- r
Li1vingetos SRye
O(ltd 4166aa11 4.0

Corn Whiskey,
1)4 (',iAYN t (eafrl.
SUgls~ts ('aascalp S' t t:i.

[Piputol N (' sllsm S't'
Oldc PiLt 'I' s,sta(n ('aaI'ac

Li,u le.u brrtauia'd

I "'UJ. a' s if'a\tLa
014 Kon' ukyl Rlv
I ILk U......'fA Iti


4 .*ts
3: ac,
4 ?) 5
4 z*

. ',+!


4 l1o )s12('

Tl).n I~e . lure' p ... 2 1 10 is

iIstateio otow live. 4 20 14.U
Wiilluaui y4 40 1100

4 00 1$01"l ofatHas ) heasi

4 to 13200

t, IE)PaiI a~s~ee, 'sour S"tar.,.4,

'Na 0041 I glis Olt," It)"

II '

(11d sf )sr hrpiet Iletbmrt
Jeo r. I"14'PVIf Ikrlsou

at 4 lc 5i : 4&.'

5 mi hip 4sit Whisker

'Itoth e re(m 8
I ir -el 0e Ca c I I a hOf Usim,
(IO ru.rwss I8.ii4bd file
fro volt 11 11 arh

i n ri, aaa 00a 'I a

Ix r" I sui I. hskrry
ofat A ople IVIAWI

'ow' Setl I'-O'efIt ver..

'-a oliJR Vaed t,tu
I f .1 fit" I tooeso II


4 to 13 *

4 40

4 '21

3 75





to IV


-I) IA

in 04

4)0s 1100
a 1c in
925 50

If pim dmIreto I, 4psa Ii.m e u4es ch ebo a s # m I pAr g add the
f.,Jkier.4 b )-a
zal.-o la og *s i. a ta ...... 1..

46 4.. le
& ~ia i~ .... IM.-

Chas. Burnette & Co.

long (0371 Ga bwod %I w~en~ne

T. F. 7MA


FUL~L a 8%t (IN

r % i" OhI

god 19111%tFI N 4 F

thin lispme eat 'a10 a i r 'lb ertlet
1woompll msede

Ilaoneeville. iqrd



& '


se'.uls. It Ia *ppeeee t?'.a ~~ I*)e -r~
as@ as bi g a In as e.P1or Elo tin
ea&% '* T Iee" l'7e. tot us. fL.l Kstkr n. I'i
('rme ('sinfry q'eta t *%a In sggus 101 Id le1.y
1,9 a &a twinmu -o a f a Iam tioe (Avairv
ieye gerovtily lod41&4 of *10 l a Gold ft 44 1 r&
s.. -5.? a.64 4O S W o9f.

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Bryan Still Most Popular Man
With the Democrats.


Will be Taken Up fr PetlMte on Feb-
ruary 10th, .an WI KSet Before
Senate as Unhflled -r-ees Until
Dispoed MNotes
speolal Oo1A B* .
Washlngtofa l' 41-William
Jennings Brya de most popu-
lar man, so asr i Democrati
Prelsdential oLMtl 4 doucerned,
that has yet aed. In
spite of tbhe, saAertia lMtrai
that Mr. Bryal w r i tol4 while
he was In Wasa t ut g *ive
way to some other P tl tfor t he
President cotesrt, *1frob Iouthat
the wordbhas t ao &l b ple to him
yet and It I d6dkte f If A ~neoo
can be fouid wining to 4 a spokes-
nian among the few 0i0. who do
not wish to see Mr. Birla l a lead
the party. Mr. Bryan hrlo ls con-
* vinced this year Is the aslpted time
for a Democratc victory with htm-
self as the ceqdldaft. He declare
that his attitude on.the *Mnaoil esitua
tion has underihe no change sinoe
previous utterances. He till favors
Treasury and not National ak notes
for emergency issue and ays that
this was the good, old fundamental
principle laid down by Jefferon and
Jackson, and that the good faith of
the Government should--be behind
thee notes. /
Senator Daniel and some of the
more rabid anUtIlryan men are hoping
to profit by the spectacle presented by
the Republicans of having their can.
didate left In doubt throughout a mul-
titude of "favorite sons," and have by
no means yet abaudoaed hope of be
lng able to enoompas .Mr. Bryan's
defeat for the nomination at Deaver.
Their idea sl that If a goodly number
of States can be Induced to present
candidates, the total strenth may be
so distributed as to make the seleo
tlon of fryan Impossible.


Soorem of Florida Citzens Have
earned It.
If you suffer from backache, there Is
only one way to oare it.
The perfect way is to cure the kid-
A bad back mesas lok kidneys.
Neglect It, urnary trouble follow
Doan's Kidney a Pte a made for
kidneys only.
S. B. Lemons, oe uarsmr, living
at 1311 Ashlet etret, Tampa,' Vla.
says: "I used Dean's Kidney P
and they cured a of backache a
disorder of the kidney, Two or three
times On aMout of the pain in my
Mokk wa unable to wrk for meverM
days. The se rU f the kidneys
were In a very d eoaditloa, dark
la color, and t allod to stand
would beomo of the oodlt men of
Jiyt. I tried various remedies takitn
what 0eeed l 1k~ ln of medicine
ud I aSo put on ptaro but nothing
helped me at all uti go st Doan's
KIneY PUls upo the advice of a
friend of mis, sad uhin them aso
wording to directors they cured me
t a very short tl '
evr Male by all dealers. Price 60
ooen1. raoter-Mllbum Co., Buffalo,
NeO Tork, solo aents for the United
Remember tt. aame-Dosan'-and
take ao other
tion but went Into effect on Febru-
ury 1st. The most Important feature
of the agreement is the aba ont
of 20 per cent on the duty on eham.
pagne Imported into the United Statee,
sad Prance In turn agreed to Impose
only her minimum rates of duty on
Porto Rican coffee and mineral oils.
Under the terms of the agreement a
board of three experts of each coun-
try Is to be appointed to InvestlSate
and report upon the customs adminis-
tratlon systems of both oountrles.
The tariff agreement will remain In
force until the President of either
country gives notice to the other
The present expectation is that the
Aldrlch financil bill, which was re-
ported to the Senate last week, will
be taken up for debate on February
10th, and kept steadily before the Sen.
ate a the unanished business until
It Is disposed of. Senator Aldrloh,
who will of course engineer the meas-
ure, after making a careful survey of
EL m~h5d~. l eemsm rw u ~ p u aw-

Among the multarious blms aInotr bate, is of the opinion that uot more
Amonl the m~lttfarlou. blU lotro
duced in Culre l l one to pitce a
"t of twentyareper cnt o Rall th tw'o weeks will be consumed in
"tax of twenty-ten per ent o aU disncag It. The ansouncemett of
dowerles paid by girls or their parents Mr. Bryan's ItUttde toward the AI-
in exchange for a title" which called drch bill, made during hi recent visit
forth much eloquence on the part of to the Capitol, i taken as an n vica.
Representative Charles MeaOvln of on that DemooraUe opposition to the
Illinois. Hlu speech brought forth mesnra will be of short durlaton.
much applause from both sides of the The eatnere1oe of Demoratle Sena-
louH.', and has made for him a repuo tor developed a policy against any
tat a a mmeria measure but one of an emergency na-
a. *Ralnrt titled forellner. In the
as against titled foreigners. IA the ture, and there has been a tacit un-
r.,fr'e,.r.c only to thoe wto have a Iproposed radical financial remedies
InitoocH' on ithelr eyes, and an Idiotle will have to be brushed aside for the
look iiiIupi their faces -tboae who have leroe ent
in'ltllr the dl4 isi(ontl(oi to Ilie god, aor
the. itillty to do harm AHn aIusiIn antd ulIunMal incldent ocr-
Scurrdt In the Iouse of Itepresenta
're,'..lit.. l(t .wi.t I.ted a pror. tlv.i recently. The chaplain had bare.
a .;tii i i .,kI. ..'k ( t1th1. Itnrif ly flntilht'd hi niornini prrnvuer when
,irit' Il.,,I uII .It >Ith.I l .'twA'.'ll iPr t h ae h dl.(' Ionil thu o ttil,.d rtj.tee. under the a. from tnarlot uilror'tlintios Tho prayer
titriff I t~ (t ht laltrhirlol thIeh Prol. ` "t)6't lA Ird. d I~t er us, we% l ,seeoch
it'rhIit, front the jingo. the deluntaocgu'.
, 141;it rli fi r. ;n < it ,.,iino,. it i v. ti,i.stl 1.) KI llhu K tt rltie''u.n antld ellv t lut I telad the, paI
f r t1h ,, l'. I i,'bt. land I M J triot, Ihi' staotesuant, the lbrmad ul.ullid ,
.t, t- tit (hiPn r. 1- 'Ah i.e.at4adi,. n the go't.l.rou -heartei d, nmanly rnn, that
., it,,t, .f rt t ,, i.d It illi not t Thy kltgdt1lm may comen and Thy will
,..h!,,itd li th IIn .. h.,tt ro r ratllfle IMt d oniu on earth ast it Is In he-jvr'n.
.. .. for Christ('s ake, Atii'u
Th,,' l>r~y ker *ti th' talk oif the
DISCRIMINATING LADOI. i,.ti%' for ni hour or mor, after its
-- dellvtri nr il a itanyv f thio repulhll-
r, I.. I 1 a .c rrpil4de e Aseeo t ii C 1 iin i tit ri cIdec'lHartd that lthe.' 1,1t
n. ICDIIertlveCe. ,f \Wil lin.t J tryvan Lb:'ut ,tinothnhlntR f
"' *, 0 0- u-e1t 'eW't t i.,, ith It Iut the l- niim,,i s(t-. hnl
i i,.: i it r i i on I v hl ih t
I r t k .. ~.,I i W '*in lnUl t l I r t f.r 11 .irt ,v.. le i n l a~ o ~ is tti KInk l l, 'ltl'lo .s
C u:, a 'i. I t, t r .1, 4t. I t , *

. ..... < I1 L ...

cIAVIS 0 r to
.1 -rp -%ve nts I 'r

T.o cutt*And) I I t1 ot,
9 S llwllfurd Co.. 8g..'ial Aarntv,

and GRIPP It ""
C the acm mMAi ent n
ceft""s 00110oft

it %k : "r Irre''iqi :t of the

hasin l(i I 1 0s11 r ,'UIrg

tt.n 'I 0
i 1 :.!Cu;,.J

Whtat to Do When SinIs
Th-' rtgat thi:.y it n to n *lM1. ji s
tC'slt' h1 u N IO..1,to t~btkc% ,( 'f l1'aj
urtlti i $t Stoinh ad liter Tablets.
lhey will claaC othine 6ti'rtach atd
regulate the timer wnd boNh vI* Try
It Price. 3$ cents SmUIpl ree at
au dr uggw

vM.-oww- I

A Saby
Should be sunhlnoe In the house, and
will bo If you give It White' Cream
Vermifuge, the best worm medicine
offered to suffdring humanity. This
remedy it becoming the permanent
fixture of all households. A mother
with children can't get along without
a bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
In the house. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Miss N. Norton

Noveltes, Books, Stationerl
Sonvenirs, Sheet Pictures
od Picture Frames ,,,

106 Bast Liberty Stret,

Ily Ruying Your lREAD fInm

rbeaw I1t. I. T. s'HAFEIN, Prp.

For years we have been doing the
Baking of hundreds of titled owe
tomers. Are you en the llet if not,
it'< never toe late.


NIe -i ScciRwIw


Furniture S ,ldi on Iasy
i'avlints. Show Ca(Ie
M:hdle to Onler. Repairing
a Si wialty. Slil on Comr
Sw pmon.b

at au.s.lc. Ram.
Itt W. X @M. ., G Ph.



Nedy it a ) 'Oe I u4Wreck of a
'*I-O ,ff LtonIg tnd.
Now York, rb. 4.-Tho body ib a" C a
ma foud atfaylIn la the wrok of a
derelt dto of 4ort BeaA. L. I.,
hap bme Id4atBMed as tat of Marttn
Ipna, 4rw' kow In Wt a treot
d ,e are at work on the Cs, Al of Our
sand4 lrlert tobeomeo o 9t murda.
T7 ~ d a Ia e tnok are am U st
to "ha uI made, by a tilett or
sce- j ulastra neat, and the po
oft 0 '4t' feor, the could have-
bbea I imne A
Ki"-f- le 9rpOed to hav bmn
weahy at one i m a n tee fmar
ago ls aP to have rated farom his
wito aad daughter. It Is sad. tho f
late he d lost hs fortune bo a*
was eaoleatly ee n nWal tret
a aes medway.
I'o pdmesear" nearhing for a wo.
man w m tlb believe can ive' them
mo Ine to atton rearMang Klenan's
t. l__ 17.-19 !IE


ftII bteto Ihm n k" dn

agasses- of

TI Brit o ru fsr fleet a siled
ia d raltar for ULb. 4 quarts Sunny Br
0" T. o. IAWty, pooutI 1 quart Sunny Bt
o Sed ad &oM ainrW r (Bottled II
aC k1d f OlmoA o d theb Re
111 CW of ci &&a* Am y *1n No 4 quarts Mellwood
public. Is 4 quart Mllwood
The Nw TYork Athlete slab hasa 12 quarts Meewood
O M o the (Bottled In
criboed .1,000 to the o wa sn (Bot-ed i
Sto send aa Amwrlena to te 4 quarts Guckenhe
ymplo gamsl i Loade. The aeom 12 quarts Guekenhel
mistee hopes o able abe to mnr s, (Government
000 nla su tobs. 4 quarts Moncrief
Judge o dMelton, rtrre. on 12 quarts Moneret I
f PaIU wl'sfor mum t/ esmos, "d (Also Bottled
of PIttaWg's foreimet cities and ( BW ed
weH known throughout bm country u 4 Flvs Old Crow
a bank and oeitalist, died here la n4 Fe Hormlt
his ale fth ya. Both Old oods and
The explosion of a Ias enaro in Remember, all ab
the Moreheata and BMppor' wroue Bottled n Bond un
at DeMw a Poldtby Gstrs tartes supervision.
1rt9 wlsl 414 about S ,000 damage FINE BLENDEl
a4 arose tm h tauy ot two. Am
men. ALewWs 8, 4 quarts

>, uMu a.rrn, [K.



Agents for Pabst Blue Ribbon bottled Beer.
Jung's Cincinnati Beer.
Lewis' 66, Sunny Biook,
Moncrief Springs Whiskey.

Will S1hip

rook....... 13.00
n Bond.)
............ 4.50
............ 13.00
n Bond.)
imer........ 5.00
Imer ....... 12.75
Springs.... 4.00
8prings.. .. 11.00
I In Bond.)
S............ 5.00
S ........... 6.00'
I Bottled in Bond.
ove Whiskies are
der Government's


S.. .... ..... .

Hunter, 4 quarts ............
Harper, 4 quart...............
Echo Sprngs, 4 quarts.........
Cascdoe Teanessee, 4 quarts....
Blum's Monogram, 4 qts. blend
or Blum's Mooogram, bottled
ta boad, 4 q(art...........
12 quart Mo m .......
Bluam's ylv en 4 quart,...
Blum's Sylvan Oleo, quarts...
Blum' Sylvan Olen, 8 quarts...
Blm'sB Sylvan Olen, 11 quarts...
Sheridan Club, 4 quarts........
Sheridan Club, 8 quarts......



Sheridan Club, 11 quart.,.....$ 8.00
Pure North Carolia Wlte Corn 3 01
Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts.. 3.0
Harvest Corn, 4 quart........ 3.50
Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts... 35#
Imported Scotch Whikiel, Brandle,.
Gins, Port and Sherries delivered in (
bottles, as follows:
4 bottles Club Blend Scotch
Whiskey' delivered for........ 560
4 bottles Morallleo rere 3 Stars
Cog ac .................... 6.00
4 bottles of Don Carlo Sherry.. 4 .0
4 bottles Nierport Port....... 4.01
4 bottles Hill & Underwood Dry
or Tom Gin ............... 45
4 bottles Sir Robert Burnett... 5.0
4 bottles Crystalltd Book and
Rye or Peac and Honey.... 350
Jug Orders.


Brook. 9 years old.....$
Pure Ry ..............
6, BOend ............
Mille bourbon .........
Hll, 100 proof........

Lead o Flowers, Blend......
Green Briar Tennesaee........
McOufes Malt ...............
Canadian White Rye............
Pleetwood Rye ................

Send for Price List

Apportionment of ths County Taxes of Alachus County, Florida, as Shown
by the Tax Roll for 1907.
Total valuation 1907 ...................................... $5.736.0@'
Total valuation 1906 .... .. .. ........................ 5,2915,64
Increase ....... . ........................ .. $ 443.5'i,
County schools.
General Fund. nevew mills ........................ 40,145.54
General Fund. Poll Tax ......... ............ 2,839.00
Special Tax Districts .... ....... 14,051.73

Total ................

County Roads.
General Fund. four mills ............ ..... ........ $22,t40.32
Special District No. 1 ......................... 1.343.85
Special District No. 2 ................. ....... 4..38
Total ........ ............. .. ................... .. ( ;..,
Total Taxes for County purposes. Tax Roll 140? ........... 5.7, 4
Total Taeus for County purposes. Tax Roll 1906 ..........., 7.3~' ':
Ierease .. ... ... .. . .......... ...... . . ... s0,3si
As required by Chapter 4322, Section 34. Laws of Plorlda, I bereby cer
tify that the above and foregolnr is the true and correct apportloament if
the taxes to the several funds of said county as shown by the Tax Roll ftr
1\47 now on fite in my offi '.
Witness my band and the seal of mor Circuit Court at Oalanesvvill
Florida. this January 21. 1908. H WIENGES. Clerk Circuit Court.
(.eal I

Portable Saw-
Mill Outfits

E NGI!NES and BOLER4 and .ll
kirds of MaIJlery sad Mill 't *
ilir,. 1\e carrt a lapW stock sad eran make immdalae *hilpm t. Wr i- f
gtllVatrtod talreog We r es yee mrses. adrss
M A r 0B O OM:P A TY
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001 61w of Young Lady is
Nouw Vth Bullets..
awanaL GA.. M 41..--Charlei
tmm, t6. a harbor who wix
ft os SpbdSOD1 nof being tte
,rdgr of a Ia)Lornae AAIlan at,,
1VUIft,,IIS- aW" s&ot to deaull
ur*'Sl'h. i I
li e 11111 m gatberetd from wn
owitae ft t at the crowd pa d
*rid mad te 0 calaboose where
tfm vM 0660" when the depu-
I gk shelf eWr; thalm away. Tb'
wd wMt offMsad t her Z c w'ni
Pside to got the DW* out when be
IMS attaihd b Pt"MsA, who hadi a
biea" mad II lsow* badly.
The MoIw as t ho hot by the
eputy d md to 1.0b h hftfg the shots
u up &a*d h edM killing the negro.
The evideoam #~9C the nooro wait

A bull1 featl re of f the sad trna
0 Is tht 6 e YO*a Idy was crim.
balm7 a. W be being murder- KcPiv ke to 4se
Id. PobItIIiim .bftt and cloth- timing. te aw'c
w" Son & at a s e oem wormaan's
8 e s om sa tidat Pitt You cannot spl'i
am hM A 60S the there to be win. A bulueie$.,II
issued. _by f~ its 5~l1sulrtA w
$%oMow tW4 AT aOULTRIE. Well in the long ru
a A-wDoe that follows a
plant of #ASetI Gas Company Do. "d out fr It sad U
atreyed by Fire. ing its advortimlnp
Mos)u Go. .. eb. 4.-Fl* large 0hs deaud's It ui
ibint Pof th MeV e GUa ooanpluy mumn is reached
94 dutverd by &M eturdly. maximum for a iii
7k"0 AMe egrred about noon, and beyond which It iA
low ft affis A Is Oamowhat of a or p)ollky to go
6134ft. '", t4ram4og who Md Chronidce.
6 oe Ylal AM lftfty have been
~ inj .~*Our coiumnr fur-ni
noh *t 1bwt dhut 6 dowin since this comzmualty.
Ulm Oi hUlatmm, 4 there was very
NtIW madtm iA Sh buflldin. Tb(
Gne v" MIN i oR on the tLird
a, rmd Me`'-o building wau
IS fifoI S a mrh* fe. A seed CALIFORNIA
boo m~ by oeetnhe& early twen-
ty rm. CA 4nid. Queer Early Coinage-
q Iy M O Ne d .st $ 1 0, 0u e a n d su e d F irs t PVip
901 hlan~dft IM t $1,000and 'oin% III llt'ruea
1W4t wore a 4qut-er ILet tI
m'~aa TR~ SI~P48. than 00 per vvit of ii,
-aust u I'Pr ceuLet uf tht
will ae a Maid eu Legal Battle ('19
InFoyd- Court. Most (of the other *
Some., Ga., Fy. 4.-Profosoor R. priv ate coltw. I atlitot 6
U. Mtulhl w" oe trial Monday In Liut fron thegoiltowrij
MoN nPaelar coMt for tAking the Their cvoiiago%%us situi
We of J. M. Moopa. It promise to Co."
be a hard fought 4l@W batU*. We had all 1lnad'S of
The tragedY V54 plmoo usBrod smaller South sadel t
West. In ifost 0U the DsIlAd We coins. (of tle uianlleir
ft tbs evallg o 4W V. Mi It It Irenutch tweety frue id
QW&rW that M Ml &a*ted Sloope, others.
"o was Sua on 9dM g the P atleWM. 'I'Le 11-g110411giitiv-1
ad after curin hi" drew 'a ptuto) st-11tedl.1It it'.1 f
lomte bbpocket &W sot bhun tfre value, while thee itte I
Mes. worv. 'ThuU twi-my fri
It is aIfged that the trouble &rose 13-7-.. 'vunt at $1
e isbfitheWII a" q1( lades' bah There wits a stl;l (
1110 and tet Is l t oe b.it. Mitcb- in the mlliltr v..ll A
elI wg k dw of to orcl sra at went for Le' cLt", at"l
the Hnoe open bei mini played tIn rupee. value. 45 4.t7k,
the c0oir of the Metbodist cburch. centp: the the true
Frencb .11'. r ro-lire..welI1
2ent of thre '.lli .r Ilrtue:
Chorus Qis In Wreck. ueronaf's the uvcrte.e.r,
(Ur'as trtarga 'FeMn*, Yeb. 4 --Pat- went at $1. Eieri iiijbc
90srw train No. 35, known as tbe New was $1, And ansI % 1'%.'r'V
York Iirmttai. Ol the Boutbern rail- was LP cet A
7. V wrecked on. mile c aL of Fruge ii h. aS
edwater, Temm., t 3:05 o'clock shbjljiltelr~ I'`I:. 11 ~
rv me rui. 'iL u'aln* wblle le~ll "it fl t
at a rt~e ci 55 ai ar hour, metl',c' ariii urn Ir
hg end~ opes mwtt* and cased e 1 tlhe' fish! '4I

3tOir h laji nuei. (e boalrd leeetiv H -~
*d Sab ttzaa~ aPSo r~ ;N'a rel tj
'tr ofr~ th kr.iga su trrLJ e
t~ren fom aberh. g ''~.e.' .1 '
')! tl~ (omI6U ren beat. meTb''2
La '&.CT wncr albaed -l 01 beeiheK enI.

I'.. -. -I tEa? iII !I I.:'

Tb. ,'e k rlff ftom p01 &fqdrd 'I lii'
u111 "~,baob m Pm -I~b'g Fi~m () M,: 1
favosft w" h ulssefr' allI.'ll'11%7-
'T sam iiadft M.Ameback. (11obl ta t.1g
*. ~ rlllll, --r~w )rU as frotir --r'Y
k- ft ar,4 WA WNW& .
....................4rsfte r ,
to W Mokft amd igr I

"Ity2. UNC A0. I.-Af m- be~
ai &'e bI* V VMtU) rgIme .
hafis md 4 atbat It (;,-r

L boW at l. pM we-re I&w't
W 4. ~WO W~a dthe i-h ue t1.1%
~ ---d the a thewSimi ., f..
0. for-b
"', b- i a Na Ja
Wr V, %,a ft ,,,ftr

*me so Owl ~n~h
Wftft oW~YIII ~ f 7*11%Y

Ir ftft 1* ca s C
^f CL~ I~'r Idwz

etly at it jib

1111610 Isf,1v1rw
'rt rMu, -h aud
tret'r thaet g~w

iiii' altwa hlm.
A (Nourt'.4uemap.
aIs the husi.

lhlero io a
mall I 1,11ae',us
I Ho vollr'oaln

uh fl- ite
wtlilea l 1i

-D. O. Mills l*.
r Money.
till the fnll of
he *-f ils. MStore
It bil\er iald at
S';,Ald were for-

'old colnl were
i ('I. got a per-
-ut to coill gold.
mnuil "Mutdlt &

d, (14)111110118And
nstral Awcrlean
Ig911 d.vius the
IcAvq le dall the
oas ftilrly rt'pre'
'it oilly I's iltfa
Foldl PRA64e4ifor
met pIfa'e ,value
,for dilsvrep.aix-j
4lie' fruit' Icot"
%vaeit for 50
ft..'.. I. The
'tI t hifit (o IAw'r

I .1 1 WU
-tis waed.

, f far the

t e*'' lu iat
n. inriL fur

but..kfrrst l
I ~. but the.

t. ,,. *a~~(b' u-- '

4L ')- I. .t I 'II M)4
~ ~-' tsaiatewfoemas

ncl:irrire" bn 1
11. -,'e -' ''eer woud be
'r tt r- 'Uhr~I~I- Os~ m
v L~w a bearge by the
#. *0 1. 4 I.t4som & V(0
onA ', .'.t I MsM left

arv lbom It WO
-.a i tn g e

Sr~I vasad m.

r!U~ r~,a slim bw asCY

a r
*t" V * tmEP.
bw P* aw ~w58
-ILId Tm A, l

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I~oR1. 3h1"UARYI 1A90





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FO 0 i~tr N~ r'.A.ILXr o EW.KU

Jacksonville and New York,
(:a&IuS at OCHARLEMTON 8 0., both let".
tbe Finfet steamisips a thbe O vi n Uinke


New Englarnd and Southern
Freight Sdner ONec JACKOtVILL, SuwTOn a"d
PROVID= e, nad All Eastern qiflae,
Calli t Charleston both war.


Soathbo mdd..... ................ .. Fnrom Levl*4Whart, 3kma
Northboobti .... From Foot of Woshlunh ,. at. J60aflwile

Clvde St, JRhns Diver Line
Ht~wvora JACKU014vILLM land SANIPO691
to&pprla tat Ia latka, Astor, rketord (DeLNWd). andal Lseerm stle lUd as
On do. jeisse lru.
aft aap.olms.'oto falls$e faoilui' Lea,.JACti.Wlifu*, dolly ,u**pt
batuidayo, A i:ts u0 p. 0. turnlng, lsea veAhof, 1116411
*lot pt dIadays, as lu OX a. m.

Lon e. --0 V. in................... Jack 0441 ............I
144ye 0.00 p. M I. ....... ......... Pl atu ............... L46TO~ 10: 00 P. I
tonave 3: 00 w ..... ...3 lo........... pe tr .. . ..... .lof 14 .H
IA% : .......D.......... ....Jaet t DeIed).........I.l s 1: P. I
Due 9:00 p. a. M................. fo rdat............... e 16:0E6 p
Due 10:30 a0 .=,............... ter pris..............lit~* 1:S: UL M
Pasenger *nd tlcket Orn.. 118 Woo by S~ treet Jah..O~l
It. H. RAYMOND. Vicv-Preeldent an 1uend Marnager, New York.
11. E. MAYNARD, IF. T. M. IIAORl7Y Cl. F. A..
Pier 36, N. R., No'w York Pier St N. I., Now York
L B. CROtOI.. C. A., r". m.Io nw oKomou, A. L P. A..
Lmwdburg. rla. isahucsvtfe, Ita
L D. JONES, T. IP. A.. JOHN l'0NDRNM4 T.0. A..
Jackhonvllo. ia. PIer Al. N. R.. Now York
C. P. A)VbULL. Agent. iareomvlle, Ia.
General Oftwo, Pier 36,Nortb River, Now Yo.



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SHa, Tabulator
Every Machine.

lightess bellI Llghtest ResolagI Tbo
Champio sgflod Wrlhsf of tbe World
(its the Fa1hdaee MuAore Fay-IfIta S
ass()lnrrl~ )~r baa s usher meerlae,

....ForSal", by....

R. C. DAVIS & CO., Jlsonvllle, Ft.



North, South, East ad Wilt

Trough I' hitinax iierv woi'Afll "TrmIr.

Office over GaJ&eeville National 11
Phone 2"..



omo. orer Dutlo & Co's
~ac. no. 0aihme.vW. Fl.



0 0 fS o1oa


O lI Halmrae Bloek.


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Can sell you. sfy Property, (lm.
prove* nd enuusro phosphese,
Ifrokek inlad fra"Seoul Ill

And klseltou hs E* qutj

9*1 Seli, Coegaemehgl &ad Oes.
Oevl ImetIO. All beftmes prompell
atleaded go. O amdi, door to
.3... OAuWWRML. I ain't RD


THOI. W. pilfD'iI4



ftset. IN aDl Courts, State mad

Offi ce (severDWiNmtlaw Usk.


Aimihem eeaOty Is i.4(X) o&m Is
are, hu Hdmike rauwted IM
miles wA RMurosed, N past ies
128 paubli 5*01, 2 phophste
3)ot. 0saw Mill s. 075AN or
bofm, foor onaper, God pm.
desos sets 9 oe o". not$
Oala, ry., polaloes. pinsrstl, or.
monies. peechums, pmoor. tham. P.

ean, and lU kidMl of rege ta

GainGm ills, Itie lo Seal


Hu loor0u1'b eburehe. atwo bas
pheobk, Sb e uprelsyl l I.F= S.
ppvolo qpbwbj Ibme bvw*CPOII.
vest, Ioe Im slamo rtemm, .Lw
6 ad Nobled, too if.u~L
rite, eeh~d gte. tWO F, fItO N 5S
0= 00e509o.e sar." Is rry
thm.a*"& t$e e ee.4a haew
proswo xW. fwv0wt b ook.,. sd well
otaked owrt olabo-i it vivo7-


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Consult the "Purple Folder*"

For dItta14;P41 isalf entfr 'n, mucla&'etuboo, fuew r *1)4 7m .
vetlons, -m m uw nepm4 T hkM Apnt,
or writ or 0Ian*o A






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A PIECE Aw 0 1
i piioc of Solkd fiverware bought now m! th m will soon too S" O"evw to im
ndmin viamp &mhiA hm a Mltnrive a io nf In LkU thn the


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HOT *,

H / ,,t |I J --Wa o uMmw evewwwl a n U *s 1 RUw ******* bum") &m I to b At
nan or woman. This long life and the tlatims Sterling MsyM w d toe
H Ilverwae givts the reuon YOU bhoudld i., I really slas, and ll
an cooaomyu a th lon-roa. Thinkit over. Oip amre gandomr taw comts I
So eioosrltment to young or ld t- rling I .S lk
Sle .. .e I ',*,s e, ., s ,mdo.i- u m n
Square ,L. C, a M ,
o. tAlheu swaftbI Ndo
4?rus r alTV aatc Ta n to No ree n. q"s e tase *is *m
NEWS OF CITY AND *AND nub& r w. "b b.~ i~ to
If you want some Sle hes fosr gt to I t 2 --&eOCapital Stock $ 0 0
DEARDTV ~Onlayingposes, ag 0.S.e @. h. M11ha1t ri r 1Y 3I 1o* Iin Poe StOc,$
6 Co. 6% at shakee are ew be w i ll
t O. A. Ulaay, f promhlu otaiu ssm -* DIRIgCTORs
uMttn Gof am O Ibt t i rth o af Bmns, wa sumsthseO R who A f as Uw n 5. L Edln B. D. Cawmod J. Jsbon h ir
ui by Oar Bpeortrs. spot yretorday tso ts city. S1 Iaass nloG e, se wl. fcwar.t DLr. D. H.dra T. w. akis P8 1D A. Faircloth
W T. Water haI rtarnedj to h p a WIbsetDr.. T. W. A
PERSONAL AND SoCIAL TRUS born at HMW'09 6i11 a plAMat A. 0. T- R7 the11f ]
What HMar iappned and What Io A uestlo-ti e always ave tl o t t Tcsb nMte t i
Going to HN4pp" Teld In Short Pare i&rO> Sm gor d l, bfft "aU ow na beo-.
graphe se That "He Who Rune My erts,. me Ribbo r n. e sefo V a
R d" It In heth on. l it TihI rf The Memphis (Tenz.) As
i *-" it i *i Tn ** Newton A. Cohagsa nad GOs Walt Tsim la m *pno at A a
Too can get some nice young chble were In the city from Hawthorn yee d Tar I be t I
Sea today from 0. 8. Merchant & Co. terday. The ftor3 Is a promiseot for coughs, coldsa lon
S "Along the Katnnobo at th opera liveya of et 0 t tw bl ad to my own peoaoi 4.A
house tonight. ItMeant bandd d Get G. Mereha8t & Co'.. prices ai.0 o1s oy and Tar h as
orchestra. oa grain, hey ad food to inragenAal- cea permanent Broe N
"! R. F. Ormond of Windsor was wholeMl or retaL They certa ilyr S All4 bees ttle short ojae. OT: PF O ls
among those who spent yesterday Int ar la orttko to ake prices late or a." serw may but the iu *e In
S Osinesvllle. etlan. i puika-J. W. MoClum i k J. MM re
James ,B. Do has returned from W. C. IhagB aId son-Ia M. O's .
S Hague, whee bo as been looking Bryan, wore la -thk ty from Hagu The ths' 1 maootaI of tho Firnt
S after bi far atn lnatorts. yesterday. The oraw r i of s PrelytO M Sunday school wa hold Branch Offces: Tallahassee, Lake City, Live Oak,
W. J. Hod5e ad am. Max, of ladin piater L that as cton t bo of Dr. I. JL. obb, 'MadiSon, St. Augustion, Gamine .
S Alsoh~u, wero amon those who spent lt s .. B UW t et. yesterday Aft.
yesterday in thlo isty oa butailna. J. J. Haymas, th naval torn op seesg ttndd Maiq Ofte: 10 laura Street, J'ackasnyMlO, Florida
W. B. Roo orf Loosn was (is terator ofr Loeiosa and Tulee, us s *g 4.s o* ar .e 1 18 5
city Monday, and mad* this on 1 arrived la the clty a abrea tlslt to so"^ o the ou M.lUM.
pleasant call, ronewtag his s &bMrp 8 h l Is S al. rive avenue., olat s Thoe regulr aIto y leetols of the
tlon Owassvtsem ot o Helping HandseS Soety o the rirt
L. H. Hall of Orange Heolht oan Is M oo1a n pound; -smal oll AMO 1 at 4 Proebytetrai 8 wll be held at
of the leading l uts otfS te 0ade rmd somethinR tlo to theh eiddow o,aal. Tho. P. Hay,
Bad, was a bala vlr to this Ii a pod The Mane, iSad his Mfriend, Mr. 10o N. Plemm~atret, 3 at 1 o'clock
city yoaterday 110 We Main street 8. W. A. Mae. o0 Nets Tes atw a y* this aftaerumo, rcwh a fua ll atted.
Dow*t am mr Wet e a gm othe ace is desired. A d es of m
SWillam Adoderson, a proeslv Wo. be tnoW, dae, w h oDetrd IShmm- lot r itatd
elored tarar of the larosse so. fle's Mew ad Tar euro the dt r, Mrs. Joseph Maa ot etc ty" but
tis, oalld at The au' Monday ad obtl ugbh mad pelthe ha.rd o the home. Mr. Ao oed ad ms now la N el th cty" b#t te -
rmowed his asaerlpsa. eld tram the ays as it is leds w bepleased too ts t the old t urt, t
Thomas Price a M. M. May, Jr, ula tiva. It is grat TMthe p. o f sdla twin bee i LL, wbs e for lad.
of Wfldo after a brief but plsst i tOhe byl m a -4 1.1 W* 614 et ietn I' o ag i W e d ywn ,e,
visit to Mr. and Mrs. P. Header. oOoM A C JW Ule Telepgap Coram- 5 ryt le yr s hodoinn
s a, have roetrd to their home. T. and M A Plekelta ad Dr. a. 'y 4 -ill w-M-deo a ~ s e iey "T
SO. B. Pragio ad Boltom sad m d M. h ew St Newhery we r fl the ~* lg 4 H S o dOM
1 oa t, a trio of fmeos tf the Aa. ctU y ry. The n e was e.In & b U'm to he p t three y ears Ut I.y'd tL a~ tr ar B
otih setuon, w resao thoo rlo thh t a hard ftot ta l the ao e isa oght o, sthe eetY pely, ales.oh 1We .m
opent yestorda tadttoM te ths city. 4~trr d1tA i4 artd a r t.. wrp o oIs are rl m o a ad leave a W do s for
U. U. ChlUty ba. ro r fn boud ob 0etu5 H, H. chltty hbs returned tram SA S MmN Br Casuti dautis me dp.fpr and good taset ftMe meutT. They weastl. ;=
Jaekonville, where hb was called a st6e11. without be. s, -ahg the ly 10asate age ood moral pria4ol.1 1
8aeount of thr Ulba orS his brote a.. 7. TsarS, tA upisW o po w ofor t r. smo.e parl pwi lwthdt idonefM to th onf
Arthur B. OChttI The att ha MNoo Niw a m ~ag tIr leae a ) e l w l i mag I l-ll m of goI r him
suffering severely with l a ripp fo p yoestoorday la thei n itp O 1haL Mri. K Is aN o melodrama or thie Wol-hrrowlaU t.o- a sn etBro
the past few days. K N was for any yrear a tooal charM r, satre ur m rd fair. o t plAR ply. "*lon
AmonI the promieeat visitors to the Oftle*tlS ad 1his 1 o lld as dO lit a d rue ati ersaebc Is sidB L to hare met
county capital yesterday was Hoe. T. wibe glad to learn that be as h o6 wc o vbe to ac. Lth N6M t IaTr whorever produ ed
A. Ikoke of Bauta Pe. Mr. Doke atoAes I A ho elevery tos hee aed ame r I bbbn yo but that t n .o w
that the weather In his sectio n as sTheO PSeole and Teea baseall 1t1 11* 11t1. e ople iN O f p Inthist1
boen uita' cool for the past two or teams ndualged in a aoniting ontt A Ia= tcaokne hOfe wyM at 10om Ai r dya4" aier t oarrieod for the
thrrw days. but that tho farmgs have yogtorday. wrwoelb eltda a tory inl St 1M M Y1M he a pIsrmtleo. nd Ba oretra with G OAIUILU IA.
not been damaged to ay extet, for the T'obsas. tho e oro bola he ow deey-L e es a Job to which e ay.
.- to 10. The gar was fat ad msnap, h pledge ) hfIthfl ad oIteont .
py. and was enjoyed by those who serviceIt l te has mIy frlds y
witnessed It. hee who wi mad by him na this t
Remember that New aBglanad co .t 0 WVV ANT ...
dy dram., "Along the Keonobeo"
SN which will hb presented at the o pra
bLho6 this veatlta. The ompay u TuE C
V R A carrks If own baod aad oreheste--
WA - and come highly reoamonded by theo Sbh IMbOas et adrtbt8--t
-r-,, and pule. Tat tke b lkr ana Ce I5 sd II, li,,tag
JustiooR. RadW, 8l FFd ItSbrothed. T U, mak a_ I_ ; _ _tYoal thes, k '" "
TC IIH A E .. Cm. alL ot Iautto wer tho -~- ,wry ... a-- - O a
city yesterday. The latter whtle here as a- rt s m tAAN t on adveam OmTsB*If brhuta Oldar Key.
b, I'AT VA E IS had ahis suertptlom renewed to gMS--g --l oorr r cur mTaAK8~ hatoo -W ge
AN) Alchus county's luminary, as heo ays t t -
N e cannot afford to be without It To Y--oaHtf DAILY *--- .s- "l yArn vm" i a i.
HUB apprNOteo bhis friadshlp. wblhh l.g eg -f wum iati d Ieeortve a it
hWallI. NOT s. utb enfld over a peord of uveaiuS' r P-u--a-i DuMwadw ,, arr In t.wy, p
.() y(,ars u . PO-da.l U ;-lc ...... b- By d tw, gr age gK a
.. A. ood ta. the cl.- ticket l1 W. by-I(SA)---ram re wmS mai H stv i
"a,'n( of tbhe AUtlantic Coaos Un. was nlsuvU'.*,, P.- _
duWill h lli :a lifi.-tti glit, in xta ordinary stood humor Io. _n i mm aim. ... h A .... ... ....t a n
(Ihm rtl Itil

U11,1111. of tkw Jua l~ a r* ~r~ trkYwr ~y j'-- 4t".re MW r rw r rL Ipra d b k~b ~ v WIWIrb
dh~*4 81b"18 I 1W 1"d VWPlX of "I Ido al
timr mjuirt- i M ot her wit'fe strvio.twouty-oii, thouseadmmile bwk&01!.7w LCt5=W&
dliqiiw o nt luril ,:ki w ~ ill This salo skits* Samousts to mcr thman
S100. and Agmut Goodwin Is to be ca-
polish just the 'ratulated iu nmakig thes ale, A&. IL OSANAKW P3 CMW. V. HYDE. L TAYLMu sk. L" Ant Cm.. r.
oilverwant Mrs. PC CeodlY. corrveponding
the ( iedreray. U M L U L P. L-___FIN__T_______________
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