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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01241
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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6AINESVILLE, FLORIDA, 8ATURBDA", MARCH 21, ,1O8 TEN CENTS A WIN :L
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JOInS TIAT r COL ONlUM l .ts PeNe e ," ""ll
|, TW W s o-" rt. we.
IOuma H W.-A 1 0 mo ,,*
SON & 'M WUpm ad--" iteia t d MN" of
v cr^T^ .^ he~ll 00hA th He Mft 91S.war by
1h eub at t" anJse IsSt.
.sf tee aa tainmo aw.

THE ALWSONITES DOMINATED tintot w dn n abt"a
--- bleags pefte
ta of 'he aI the polis, believe 8lt
TVetle Apyvd r k of Ue gwy O Nlok plus within twent)
Oht Platform Callng for a ye1vwr1 o of the pace. I* instrument
ef TariW at SpeWaol bmien ef Pre6. t destretos waoo throws by a maU
s. loly yresmmhag Selto. Tb. bomb
1 oIt. K of Its mark sa e xptoed.,
Ia MK4". laws, i Narca 0ms.-Too IHg three elvtMas.
hi en alg& s &WrnoGS Wedm! 'T e ogb throw apparently van.
41 elte" tor limitss at NU tIbed. 1 e ItaMIa secret ponce
to he a tloalt eowyeloe. lmtfot eld h to have traced Mm to New York
am to vte for WUte H. T. teft.e' an4 them to Obicago where they a&
*41mw t *ae Wlsa& B. AItWmm by sort he lived at $46 MaAUn avenue.
* vote o 479 1744 lo W 44. a& ap. Stseo was arrested at that address.
peted t e glat eol -e Oble platform Repeated eaorts of te police itff.
illMag for a reristoa of the tariff at elais to exanilae 8iteo wwre fulI>.
* 9salw selon of con s. AlthouAh the mas aaot speak Ba*"
The AJlliso people domlnated the Mshk U interpreter wo questioned
4a restlos from It opoinag to Its, U In Resa oould learn noUthing.
4e ad d thlaus their own way At Uft Ansti aveu etouse It was
S cmgbout. The Coimmina P opp. a. learned that Sito bad lived there
f"be &feated la s eoaventio. appsewtly without friend but wia
lak espeelal dellUt in bingl. as 607y well supplied with money. He did
eared, ford the Mandpatters to ot work, and spent the greater por*
ftiO re pleai al Mslig for r IuIIon of to eof hlati reading In his room.
te tarlR a&" they made a point I ---
oueosty reminding the Alliss po.. DAMAGE FROM CLOUDBURST.
it oft the fact. --"
--- Ptt ituer Vlisld by Downpour-Flood
UICIDED IN 'PHONE SOOTH. Is Feared.
Plttuban.g Maret 0O.-Much da&ma ,
irl First ummeed PFriend to Care wG toMe by a cloudburst and accom
for Her @my. I Panyg storm here Wednesdty night
Now York. Mada 30.-Miss Heis A member of housfn and barns were
ssmer, who omdetd a sbeool of ietroayed.
tetntlMea In eMibroldery sMd ot er Tph storm wasu general n to l stc
ae seatlework la Brooklyn, shot her- tio. At Irwin three buildings were
ot to reath WedMdeey night Ia dertroy asW flooded streams sut.
tolphame booth *tar summoning a merged Cho GOreburS electia rnil.
aegalstae to cars for her hbotly rod.
The report t the revolver and the In WasMlUOn Oay buldiDng wore
*4taSg gSas ot the lteldr earrldI d4droyed. The as wellU irrickS
ever the wir to theo ma who sawer- wer blown down at Zollar.lle.
ed her caM. Aemes a writtag pad Rivera Ia all section are rtiing ra-
Sth. telephone booth mbe bad writ- Ily smd /ralam at the bed waters
: 1 threaten Pittaburg with another Sflod.


somebodyy will oens to Identify A tag o t20 feet. I feet below rat
me. Baonse me for making this tro. dBa er Uae. Is expected, and an uhl-t
4|." | I pateO sag of 30 feet Is not laprIlb
Msln Desser was a handsome wo. blie.
ma" of thirty years. Ad had a profit-
a bwaeest-a. he made her bowe NIGHT RIDERS UKt TORCH.
with hr Bwuther amd a brother. I -
a sutctde rcan only accounted *Teboo PFarne of Sholby County,
ter t ste grounds of Ill balth. Ky., Has Hoeme Sumed.
o Ilsville. Ky.. March 0.-trhe
p ITS SHOW INSREASE. om of IHenry iler a tobseco fbra
.or. *r nla bMlby coaty, shout tUrty4ve
Aepoert f the Amerlein Telephone miles from LAsulille, was buried oal
and Telior Company. Tuesid amkht by a small party of
NTeW Torkf. MC fb .-The annual mashed slght riders.
ep rtof Preside.t Vail. of the Am*er. -El waM aIle to his door abortly
g ToeptonMe and Thiefraph rcmpa after m14delht ad aiked wohethr be
p, pre eete Thurmey, shows prof had M M am y of bhi tob aco. lie
1 of 1.3,479.01 agl6st l ,W7.noo replie that tbe had, ad the hlatruiMS
,*at year mnsded him that theo weld teos
m. Vaul spaim of the Weat ranai. h km t eso.
loesof theprmem system, minyax They qutckly Me ba omed im Mlm r
sat it uSatla toS harster, wita to his bse. The eMnvst massa
allt: o of sobfewrem eevmaneated by to *mes. ,
a114 of at Ales of eUflt with local Whea the are ws falrty arted
aiOe systemL. all bead Into aoe the uammdews et away maud IL
W comprebheilve ryse fas Mo *fve Wratls 5t is frnstlrnr.
as .slWe O les of wire. -
qe eport npeahs tvorably of pm mids Hed Nafmew EiaNpes
as m L. -sh Jn.. MaseN .-T orf
- mor"" I t h the gates et J J. Ar*.
UMMEL URW.aASD PROM PMN. si oite a utir f pJ J. Ar
WdRfs ety woe a Sar er S e a ite
Bdweli' k rafy teAmAefty-, k -mIsAflBm
W oeho .y the b ea ea 4 ute h e. The sens.
the -empeww. re* "ow ep. .e4 beres ther swa b
S1 TeaT O a.ebb.-AbeiR. N easd the ree bed iam O eNa beao
th e ryW vu W vu tway tSt s wee IumpeeM e to got oet
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sm h emas m e aAis na. s a sm e * to
wooed",~ se m- se6 L e*n .
t mom.s on di VsoO.lin ar dmw e w dos .se -. *emo it*
W m 0 a poewt to ~ mew. go..
ded W pte se me -e -toa9"is
w a ISe hw 4 a -
o. wh" to MAe. sIa Cw. p t m o -m l
a IfA tf wt to d a Re ft jgh Mo sntesa1"sm

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OIVEL DEAlTBNO RU AN T1111maf tOIr0T
nUiiim U t I t i-GelU hreun Had a Meet Kventfti Ca e
In Russia.
SGeneva., March .0-Orey Ge.r-
Phit UkW& Tkied With .aunA the Russia terist, died at
Sr this Plane Weea6y of aommmptinm.
&W FW h t AW WILatiHL Hspent thet. ist w day of hi. if.
-___I tn a hospital. (Gerihiai's beWth
ta-.d eaIt terndsatint by W Wonax
STEEL POINT CARTRIDGES termu of ianpr)ineibt. but ipte
-. lihealth. be coutinue4 to work aWNati
... .. the Russian vervniMen until he broke
Them An, ays an Unkawn Writer, I dw plety Ie Ma l with
Dipped n PionFi redl from a the gdm t dificutly. kept him hbkion
NeleOlMs R M lver *d4 WI Cause from the p oe while he was In Rue-
.Death at O and finally ueeo Is trans-
Deth at Onze. sporting him to <(enit, whrwo he lived


Chlcnd March 0".-4t rtrnmn'
kVown W od0eeday tt*t '. nal
letter s threatening a novel eni huai-
Osu form of aasslaijson M' been
resolved Iate)l by MaOMr D i, t ht.f
of rPolice tlrpe) ad AnMd .'t hir
tk ott tier.
The letters enclosed a <, .'n or
more small attel polots. ;., wnre
bright and tiharli. The lt:.s 1i to Ulf)
mayor was written i a uL ri"gular
haod and couched to gran Tal, If
terrible terms.
Tbe writer *sld he was 'ne of a
Imabor of pimaes band# -, orthier
to kill the mayor and other it %f
elaie. A revolt T. he said. ':1t Ite-
constructed to rhoot eartri '9are cnm
posed of seel) potato. ,. ;.> I of,
wkft were encloksed. T i a,.>IIgI
would be aolseleas sad -'eeti
potatU, t.e writer paid, w,':, ullppil
la deadly poison.
By MAasm of this gum fa ,!"1 of fa.
tl potato could be sAot lato tIie sys
te4 of te I teded viOtta andl d (atb
would auAe at once. d
.- .-----**
KJILkOD IN WRM CK.
--
4Op Wi SernedT sin Trw .n the At.
lantle Cg .
O ftsa, Pi.. March N.-A troustg
frel4ht o0 the Wst( Che diviyson of
the AUatlte Oaut Uso, was wrecked
a short etasee this sthte of lakeland
WediMay morsaes. A gap wa,
urned It a trettle, throOgh which
the *a4loe went sad a number of
cars were 'derallet arl ismae.
KastNeer M DO of lab1 1ad., as
killed and ai a segro brakeman an
a tnro tramp.

Rete of OImeeAt Redlsed.
lAad0e. UMaa 30.-h Mb U of did.
'cUaMt of ohe ask of ntead was re-
ue" d Tbhured flean 34 to 3 per
*st. 21-nm o gMs a fa bllf of
eheMrfmaow, the uafsscncee t of the
reieItos pad tt U lap womest 1 to
pless, ersa ( ise.Miis. healg dis.
oemfd (bi stop WedneMfty by *"
wtasi4g Me 6liMea a thnb wcurt.
lUi by suly iefN a potia Apu.
as shares wM io tarted lf" I
provedto W ever rfhy IS atmip
m Otat the toww disem mrole
wmsl4 MNs a rm opeaftg I New
York. _

Ofte. Were Eteeae.
Wass'bm 4 C X Am Mm .-
A Wfteay afteeraon'e miog of
the NTa st bogth se om the
Nam me soa me asefs
of 04D1Mg, e. We easmsd i tr
SpenmrbuvgI S. C Iaso the
et pa1 a e e" Tihe no m
elooed wre: Prmeu~s D. D. .


N. C.: mMsMary a Uvsesw, Mse
Mrom ldCm b .0. I.

Pewwn" ,eee Sw"ne.
wImaRSoeX C. C, aus? *0.-f.,

& lwel as ee. N C.. we. *
461Y 61041 by anof oft a.
a WAadry ste st o alaw ft a
bad f SAM mhw0 M oft ms M a
laIMeMme. A gale eam ow -ad
ar a mse e iweis sow I" ihr.
C. 0o so o *Ihe lbe! *e depms







aM sbe bastne Webemde


-M- of s ,ast 4e.s m


j(114hiSial T.5 one 411 110 1 Kuadan
terrerista, and wait the hted of theIr
fighting orlianluatlons during the 1RI1
papulne and %'ohi PI.-iie rtlire. lid
was. 0ondesmodl~i II liC-potI im 1npt1'.Os1 I
molii for omiplicity In tiliapseapsinaR
(I~n o.t IM. Sipailtitno.miultor t,4rofthe
Inttivr)r, andi an at to'nipt (in the Hif of
'N~be'ikogwuut1fT ox p.'4mtixo~r gotereai
tit In,,,holy synod (if %tS~t frw~iitirg,
Ne %anawpetit to the' l 'I111-rkl 11ne,%Inc r
1 9.41. awlaw~ap'il by uict-un e bI~le in
"itf Iin a witort cask.

DEATH DECREE FOR 0OnCHARD.

Vvt Judge Wood Recommninds Com-.
mutation of sentence .
('a'~C l, dbho, March VP *t.&llag
thiaA he' tioifrired 1at lii.rr)' (frelitiauit,
lit hr. teutlfrny In the IMtr1Jaof %T

tibone far tMe' murder ut *.Go~va'rmir

truth. attr'nviing to conctcexal thitug,
Ju.tg. rseFrov'iPmt Wrntt, In the h1st~i~l
Court, hIA..rerqv)&rnUetttd "t tMe state
bard of pardonb vrcumweI( hvhaml*@.
eantovoe4 ,'fdvatdato Igiatinnionmift Ini
the state penitentiary. Tim sentence
1of akaih woos pronoutio#ii In aewoti,
ance with the ploa of sthilty centered'
by Ovv cr4 Thu*W**- of last woek
u-heqt rrairiod judge Woud prveiid
04 at bla~b Lb. ilarwood sa ) PeI*iose
trials.
The' Iwult sentenece wa" pmatiub4me
an ()fti-arci'tm fteveotom) hlrthbdai

STUDENT FATALLY INJURED.


He Was Playing seebil el n the Field
-all Awborn. Ald.
31nntgsiomeny Ala., March,1~i
HI. 10401l. a stsitiset at the Alabama
Polyiteehole Isisllusts. was *tally in.
)"reed Wootneeday after iom whilo
omylns ball ofthU1 grousic at Aw
hutsl
A baU Virtviwa to seesod baSe by
th*escacher st rucksh biasothe beck!
of the bood. ies fell asif it mg t
a thaeneu'r 6sadiWded domisy IlT
wilth beotooage of the broin.
The body or Sow* wes t bmusi
thiotity 'Itwiftmy madr eemrt of Ibis
CompAaloin toSemen ~ bm



kmsOmos*so*owand mwaxy e"od
so bsteir Old fSam arSom. aW Smr.,
min.. weisseisy efteruee.Sosibae
ulalIM .Of U11114416a1110Senator0W NO
IAIWfo. 41 MlesPpl. oferno
X"WS m oft ups aw morduaI"
hle~e 1"m 40 EMamsm ustiml
SomAvitm arm Ast apurUt 'lbe
"rimy is oinup eAttd a" a ion"e

samrAbf ethe o*~10"1 "0 00116111
of the AMM&# &a& d(MerWh11111theU
Otilkellysiea.sttted
1* 600100400Wes roe Pegey.
lAstgo. sKY ba'wb 30, -'WolH

uspeallms..tows of flievreer ogier
Isto",tS be* bom ts itamoredser0ow
ae fe isertoit.& musmuiseetiet, he heg..
to e s.ame 44 of his list 40p Se.
to a tko" Wis$. 900,eDIV ba 1b111411
W o(f ODAthy, Wb. "& smmb 41w
doe hgisie.&e. was "Wof m W
olds become a law poeSokke 60 se,
asomm ofs140 w M6 ma om

fa*0Ateeis.* 4of amm"m

of Mh ha sr~d 4f Oveh ef
~ ~e~aiinolt, Itm a9" m
-t "imey sem how as avsow
-w O mbad60011111 goos" Idsof
p11"l 0004O M 4"s 00 NNWlm

some a sls tomt oes"


ROAD CUTS EXPENSES


Five Iade Workms a L
N. System La Off.


MANY OF THEM EXPERT MEN

It Is Said This Reduction In PFeoe *
Made on Account of Defreaedl mua.
Iness and the Intention of Road t
Retrench.
NIA. .:',. Ten March 20 veO
htilt( e~d) niln whoi more ti ipk),e la
the I.ottali*..* and N iahville kiomeo
tlvi de 1| rtiit.- t, t'i tt tw ari alil d t.
Iiti ,r twl, il',. here, hat i beU
labti I'M
Oril r. % e I 'Ii' it ito itwe wint on ast
count *f r. 'arro lntnt, tl'I oIlf ithe rie to deC reauV ox*
penmow on r' i)y hinil
Thll act cni ieam'.,a saving of $30,.
000 a litneii t the limit
TIt.>S, .?4 11 11hNi li ieiU | mea
emnpl,I enl in lo I a )pio .
Wi;). lai l off re aipasrt.
I '.tes d W ,1, *1 .,1

BIOWN IN RACE.

Former Railroad Commissilner is a
Candidate for Gov*rn.
Atltnti. MAnrh 10.- AIlon. Jo(leh
M. Iir>ni, of Marietta, former rail*
oadl *<>iitilcnor, has I Ued an a&
WISr't 1111 to the piMple of ~horgla
of hi (andhiihcy kur governor, sub.
hewt it the dileacratie primary of
June I
Thee. has beB conldd1lerabl talk of
ate In the state proes of the pire
pertive candidacy of Mr. Bowns. but
until his BnituneaBmet was oebtew.
ltu oinaiderag le doubt was epipfMil
that hie would ennclude to aWO he
race
Thtrw doses st apper to be ft
qqentlou. however, that Mr. Brown
has gives the matlor much cAtrfui
roelsdratllon in the hat two or hre*
weeks. the resuli of whioh Is his bl
clia00n to ppoes (koe vmar Ilith e*-
fore the June primary.

C00 TROVIEGY TH"RATENS

To S*Ig A6e4 Strained Relatienl
eawoeen AMlrel sad Vafien.
VlWnne. Marek 30 -The wmitrvwvy
between the ewamst aid the papll
1u0elo with rehIrd to a ipew'r sad
by l)r Wlb nm d, a profeewr of or.
clmtoatlei trlw .r. It wkht er clt*
ssed ertaoa doetneee of the Cath.
0ile ehueb, 'hlvatena to brtillag ot
straila relatooln between A4 it0s am
the vatleaS
The ppal aunseso Is pbliMshe ltal
ita rltera>es that ho dowmanIe the
rair&atl of Ur Wahrtur.l .but be ad.
aill that he * spos.e61M y


Lairge SaW M111Sureud.
SIroiaghas. Ala. Marsh Of -4he
pbl ea tbof J J.- NOW06a L116"
esspaay isIm attlesbeug. wias.. Tho
uswpsom ers Millto mismetluippburid
to the pesadT140s61symoru.with
ago maika em fr lisofmber 'lbs Amn
1"m eppreuslmct.13"A". t0404hoe
ded Uas48 wre taroes ut of 61101W
mNNs. The are woosnote mu of
am swemu~ts petibg a ft"" fgestb
"A mi romnenul Mas mlowgowl. Yb.
attre 'usmeafe ibreeh tb oo WOW




M* o n, Vr*V omosh .-pVutber
*vi00"4Weeof b. ousdaftl lsbpm mmd
is Ifeewi binlases W" i bewoo
P40mg00ofor $ewwebs* 10 Me14a
WedudeftyIts he p Pf of otthoAmer.
lwI&OWe EslWwISa11ek'e sa"Ofss 6
out mta o sebm Wt eatiffreigh
care boor**rehot. s~fy 11 rati Vari
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JOS TET COLUM .fele AM-R%01 Ma blie
I ThNm e cs ae
Ie Noab N I W- an audW of
,C~ ~ ~ -d- th6"We On 4d do M*r bY
In" S" Ctm i arI. j abe" t Ibg sakie Is st I
PgU'Udwe ne. thaa a viosth alip
AnieftIft w e I of Kidevem, was
TNE'AWSONIES NOUI TED W=Ut0w 1m WofteeaY by Mie
marvmt Aw ed Pushk of rbet m Poll" believe Sltembo

OPI& P eft C40"is ftee a fevile. 0away of fth Pf*.e. te l UI
40aTow 4"at ofS Sise ree. at deefotm Was Sthrwn by a saw
00 shoe St oIts park WbA exlpodd.

siaw soavianu m lebkl I'he boo tlibwer appaauy van.
eDW 1 4*@ Jr 401i1414 a0 8LP10110 liked. ne ama sert ILINC
ft So asqtmal sies, Instrested ebfm It bay* traced him to Now York
Om to v hr Wilae 3t 18. U M as- then to Ohiag whier they aso
a SummerVa-m D. M~lae. hr1 mite a ive d at $44 Aastla avenue.
Is Y0t ot M31744 in SO t-24. and SWn IlkM was arrested at that address.
P OT the *& d- owe Olie patam Rato efiorta aoe to po iev us
@use hr a rolea of the tarf a @ IA c to ezamre 81tmo wore futile.
a avooll seiomi S all o roes. Mthonash tHe isa onaset Wpeak Ur
1%e Allisos people, dweasoed the 5g1sh sa Itolrpreter wh Quaestioned
,sesmeatio from t4 .pelag to its, batto Ranks *m=d loarn mothlax.
e sa d bad Lhing Suir own way' At Ut Ausis avenue bquse k was
dwubout. The 0monias psp, learned t"at Siteso fed lived there
16g 6dmtd is te Convention. apparently witheut bloeods but was'
11011 ~esecil deIftt Is laying. as tool, well supplied wilb muey. lie did
eire forewmed e stapatters to sot I an ieintsout te grter pot-
40 e s a emong hr rsIdoa of tHrn a bi biUe readig Is his MooM.
be tartS sa" they made a point I-
bomUy romadlag IMe Allis" poP.. DAMAG W oM CLOUDIURSY%.
96 at the fact.
-~ Pttterg Vislipi by Dewwnpuc-Ptoed
OJICIOD M PHONE SOOTH. I Is reared.
PittUui.S March SO.-Much davagi,
Wrl Fivo Summemi Friend to Care ve i owe by a cloudburst aWd accmI
fer Her eye. I pstag stone hern Wednesday niht
New York, March 30.-iss Heim A samber of houses ad barns wer
keesam er. wiio e b na seol of dosroyed.
botrueses Is *ruldery mW o~ev TbP storm was tneral to thils m
Ow needlework Is Uremkiyu, ilot her- tior. AL Irwin, thris buildings wre
a t death Wedslseed g might In a destMroa aa sooded streams DUO
Iskelhow boof avft. summoning am Me Grseburg elected rail.
so sI*be care for her body. red.
The report 49 the revolver and tbh In W"Walugtn miay buldiap -ary
*Ing grans of the seclde carrit- d~dlo0ed. The s well derroiks
ever the wir to he man wbe amewer- were blow& 6w% at ullarseille.
44 bar CmA. PmOsa a Wittia# pad Rivers IS a11 UKcth are ANNm I raP-
Is We telephone boot% mhe had writ- Ily sad ralo at the boad waters
If:jthota PIttburi with asotbr lo*t.
lmeody wlU am to Idestilty A stag of fe0 et. I feot below' e
We. amok me for xnklng this tas anger lme. It expected, and as mtt.
4W.00 we est St of0 too( is not Improsh
Kis lhmsr was a handsome wo. ble.
am of thirty yom, aWd hAd a paroat
a1b lhebm s. She made her home %IGHT RIDS S UM TORCH.
with bar mter said a bro ther. -
Te outie caa onaly be ovamaxstd *Tesbeoo Fares ef Shelt Cent
r am *e groundsa III hbwth. Ky.. Hae He. Showed.
-lto*ville, Ity.. March 20.
PRWIS SnOW INORE1AW. bome of Hoary nUitr a taboo" ftes
or In Eueih soeaty. about tht'ty4o..
Report of the Amoleea Telephone iIks from LalsviUIS was burned ao
and TseU~ Oempsny. Tuesday sight by a Wml Party of
Nlow Torert. N. -Te annual mashed sight riders.
pt of Presdent au. Of tie Akmr -ova a" sme w uto his tr
as Tessrum sad Tolegamp coup&- sfter u~akht sand adwd whether be
op. presented Thursday. shows prmf had mW ay oa f 10 4obnee No
of $13.479.40 agaloot $17.W$.to rele&* that be bad. sado btrsillma
l ,.t e s"e" him that their wemd tame
Mr. Vai spksw of th Wast remi-k in a Mmo.
64"ofeS the prnssa t ywytm. aytao 4 They quiehslsed t No and so 4*
*a it op h ual sIs eoommeer. w tw o ht b be... 1W sveate usmged
stmose of sobwbeu mos esumed by am inpe.
axm s ofm ils et dineR with ie1 W then Van Wrty dauw
syoe y au sow" Into a" the rma rssd. rads away "ad IL
amP Csomprehensve Wpatofm #a$~r Me savod s.0ewlhss 49 his fersltare.
.. W stwe of wire. I
flRhe -- .5mamJr S ONLIM if".Wsh of Pow Gone" Had a


-' fd rWYr a.A a. aak
Wh Wr Semi toa 1ke Ayr sarl Wessia mailing
hr--- spreey thi bUdb01Ba 'l. n
Tab. awh -Ae N.b ew asep sL ad habr they s
-r r-n Il wayr SM K eeIpeliehest

a ame rlss p eaiymmke rwse
Clr II: lll is Beo nr _
hr-1~ss~s. te~*iUt


-- -l - -. -~ p. I
Shet to b m. amiss aS~Vmma. Ms 3.tf -emmro
SOW, v". in w"Aft Ulm eftw rmm. M U-Am &
Osoft 4"sfhe a" 6 kw. &~ M 404 *0IN to b
mb omq sa me as own S.k *moo
off b aft so s wetoamsk v os p04
%no am ac a& fwo I
i~~~' '11. 'i4..


I I /nIT lUMIAN TERMORnn IT OI.
MH L OUEAw IuH DU GerhunM Had a Meet Evefetl Carr
*Geoeva, March t0.--enasMy G.w
I mUln TNI el Witk ,. theRoa" t.orisk S at
S .. .. A lthis place Wedadamy of ommtupltco.
NrI fea J d slnheati peft *, et. gtow &ayI s.d b i.f.
S-- a bospital. Garshat's beat
had bnm undermilned by hIae G
STEEL POINT CARTRIDGES term. of r nrlsnment, b. esg
healthh. he conautinu to work ak ast
e A.. W the Rami an government undti he boke
Te Aft Saye san UMmAn Writer.i dow0 VAmletoly. Ills sMde with
0Dppedm In PMneA, Pre from a the preatkMt dilcutly. kept Ma bk110e
Noitele RevO lover e W .i Cause 'trm the pole while he was IIn R
D* ..at 0. as, ad finally sue4edW tIs trans-
prti prtl to tenma, whwee he lived


Chcbagil March 1W-41 bvamf
kmwwa Wetis y tw *. vAulII
lWoer.throesateig a Dervel Ihtte-
emu hr. of ainamelsemthos ueteen
received ltstq'J by Map* 911 1 NetI
Of POW* fatiiipe, saud Avmlk~vt'.t hio
It*e lttrs luelcoat a ,,-en u!
Swre SUnal1 itte! pole". 1 .w~r
br~gtt and tharp. Te b* ato t~
mayor was writit nIm a $5w' regular
hand an4 ructw.4 Is gam.~If i
terribi. torns.
110 writer aeid hat was wigs.f a
busborof Stpormomaban&.! *1orther
to kill the mayar and 9the ,t% cffi
*Ijsi. A revoIhtvt, he said. o.-
eonstructed to 'btut *esItIri -0 "I
Poo" of steel potato,. -:- 1046o
whiat -Were ~W004ee. Tb .wmli
"Oald he 8molseim abd 0c. I
"W the writerr paid. e dpw
Is desdly pettmi.
by 014s06,of this ursM akd410,0of fa.
1414 poles cold bebe sW 151 I,%* my,
taM Of 6e lsttc4#4VIOSID atid de'it,
wow* oes"e at on"s.
KJLkaD IN WOMCK.
"spW~as emevd in n the At.'
Oftla. PI., Much M.-'A Vbuotg
frvght e6 the Wow ca~m Gividom of
0 thetl AUmIS (vastt ewas wrecitot
a dg aaeoothis osf LAkeland
W IWebda arh. ApMgwas.
bormed in a tsleb. through Whitt"
The *W45 woint sad a Wmebes'of
ears mwore esihf t~'Gs4 ntee.
1906M in M46of 1i&kdosd wait
hMold sadJale a &Wge brahamas sn4
a own stram.

Lmadas MU a3o.-?wese no ofdin.
SWAM deSo 5SIaI of Reglead wab ro-
ODW fly em 23% to 2 per


plI-Ies-4 ag e" mihoessdMo.'I
0"a"edb =Wefts@" by s1'
v'amt is-sBe4 s athWem smrt.
ONe by OWartyhal apoint. Asspr


wow &"a,* be m peedsg b Now


ofteo Were gea.
At WO&eSu efthl~mmm's on&" 4d
60e N"r a" bOrka* sadle46tUe
4d~S h apm w sa. dbM hw
So vat r wwo e il ow

bbmm.d3 seeme. Cno $mpsS
d$"t VOW. P. 1. d. Or.D. a
3. C.: am* otary4.hu c N~
C.:C


W~l~me N.C. *3.0 met* r
- ta PMN"- ., go"Puos
ftW hNM r Sr. 49 edema of
MM MUN-.0 --- omI. a'
baa anft *$mS. I ma
%smno"". A ph mm waftma
6 fe ON pbeat fry asb

so. was s 40Mb i Iw


oew now *mm V6mat
*~~b baud heahssed
~. w 0.*a&
d094 l so


osly a fey a&)'.I


(tie Nil w a one of teh RIUIIan
termrodst, and was the &ed of their
Iihtlatt organlsations darting the IN-
pagiHne and Vof PItvre rogimes. IH
was ndemowned to lerpI)AIIl tinmprt,.C1.
eul< for complictly In th(ie sesa<*I
thmo of M. Rtpasutne. intleteor of the
interior, and an atttimpt tn the life of
IubkMeltaff ex p1wil-ralor clneral
of the holy sywod of St Petersburg
He %am rmet to the tIh.rlan milnts in
19g. and wraicpel by tonceaullng him.
*elf in a water eask.
DEATH DECREB FOR ORCHARtD.


ROAD CUTS EXPENSE

FIlle M Werkma L A
N. System LM Off.

MANY OF THEM EXPERT MEN

It Is Said This Reduotion In eFMee 1
Made on Account of Dereseed Be*.
Iness and the Intention of Reed t
Retrench.


Ni.. T1~iu,111 archa30 FAve
bhundaiod ni ,who %or*e itp).i h-,d lab
the IA)IlIP% 1-0 Mianti shvilte kxxiwo-
tive d.'pirl~it, (*,t'iaIlAmww'w anSt.
look. rmiwta'*, m.'s here. hat" tbe
laid tiff
Ord, rm % ov* w. ii i t i, 111w nTwn on 51q.
count i .'riatibusli-n.'.and illie
14trteon ku(if iliatM141to dowrenso sx
peeaas 4) t %"I ). h A 10
'MIN act II 1, li.-4 a Paving tif 130.-
000 a 111miit l. I- nis m d,
etupI,) ed IIn Io*Q
viaA'el w*.m .l1.1


But Judge Wood Reomwnande Cow. B.IOWN IN RACE.
mutation of Sentence. j .
(Cltwell. ld.ho. March go -4ttatlng Former Railroad Commleoener Is a
thaA he t"uletId that Harry rteliar1. Candidate for Gowenor.
In his tetitlony IB the trIAls of WI Atlanta. r.__, .30--.lon. Joseph
itia 1> HasiNo amtl .torge A. i M. Itmn,An. of Marietta. former ra l.
ttbono fur tlhe mUdeor ef eo.( Rank Stounmberl, tu'ld the exact -oait..1 to h0 poIpto of r (o te
truth, attlpting to ronceal wnthltt, i t hi canitey governor, sub.
Ju.g. rree:r.t WHt1. In '0e dstrtn ; t t,) lhe deamcratle primary of
court, ha. re'mna*ndld t Ut rWe state IJune
board of pardons commut Orchabrd s There has bent eonidemreo talk of
o0tetone of deatia to laPirIsonnBt iate I lb state press o the pree
the slate penltentary. The n seteso paie catidaey of NMr. lrNows, but
of rath was pirowonou to i *sewrd unti h0is snpameem t Uwas towshmu
dance with the plea of guilty *t l ,a oaideratle doubt waste esprtm
by Owh.rd Te'fday of WtMt swk that he, wo uli naducl to mak Iohe
when arrainled Judge Wood prio4 r.te
o4 at both t th lsaywooed am lP"otitbe There doe not l ppr Ito be Mr
trials. qeemll, however, Sat Mr. rowtn
TIhw 4e01 sesteBce wMa peenou"see S it,%U the matter msau oeseftl
on Ort. ard's onrtr o ot tIrlbda4. esildvIratlon in the lhs two or ur
---' .'--r'.. weeks, the rteilt of whie li hi e a
STUDENT FATALLY INJURED. cloealm to plo, tivwwoe r IKuith beW
-- teor the Juno primary.


Pl W a &ying Seebali on the Field
-eWa at AmbornANS.
Mo~gpoory, Ala. Marsh 3W
H, 5n4'b. Sa stpdos at the Ala"a"
PotyablohlleInstinute. Was klalty In-
lurld Wodsomw rAftormee while
phyIng ball em thepounds at Aw~
A bali thmwu to asesmd beaw by
thb estehmor ueb khim as the S61146
ofikthe od. Ho #sl tit MI Q
a %"aVOWefamdkdiwed W Oaiy 13t
withb heeeriageof The MONi.
*The byofModyStm S amtheugh,
Sh wty 'Ihmlsbayadiw w iot ofSW
oomm55kmewto Sn~,mshm ho l

Saskm. MWt. .* Ma 10.N-As Ous.
5 mwil ave s0 d gpmmtigoe*5
Kime.. Wedsy S tiermmob raft
powlY of united am"Sse o
(arnie. a WtA31mo. (n
Waboa *0 somme "Wall
ileuaiy is fretip esetted d a leow
sloorto owesprSdOW"


OONTROVSiY THRSATZNO
To S$g A I lStrained 4mteeono
Between Autrfi -nd Vtoe1st.
Vienna, Marebh 30 .-The cotr eversy
between the povrameet ad the pa
use4o wtth reard l z a spmost made
by Dr. Wahruead, a prof.nr of .
elsmstia law ti er. hi whims be earit
tWeed eatt@ o dotrhse of the Calth
e lomseb, mterlese to brtg shWi
stalled robtoious bet wes Aujila sat
the vates
The paapl l aeto is pebM>aed sdt
"ato rellerst- tha11t be dM ted Uh
rMINvAl of Wr Wah rm'I. buttbo ad.
*1it1 tht hle oiuld "u le own e
apeseIlty
Lallrge w MM ISenmd.
t1rutalapai. Ala. Mkh oN -4~
plst of the J J. wNoma IIA W
aumlary It 1hatee1mg4 Mie., the
to the Cread Tutday awrie" ot
fve lah"m t of lt lber Th km
wN appemalmat sm.,. m so .
d beads are threw set of0 Mpi
msWt TThe S W a f the sft t


of the daEts "Aed er S mowe, '' pomea ISI
disks"r.on" m amt Ohm"eso4 "Is~gasa"d resaslgof

-tpa, 0 rm"ree te W OWq % jib vow Be
p~eatsose ofl *slsoosea. TOWg
In of. t. U4erW Mato"re to maSON" I@bow
lepebimus oftIevs
Ws me NAIsr "0. as 0 hrW do Per so" we".o.e.
.d kBe*9 e o somewetWS--belto ip Pview" 4d am
-Swt (butSeo aWe04.1ftdosm Ws,%ww ft"me suheme
s mommessaItOWN. s OaWOsibeS010114m W ft dohe oous .f16k

P-4110 v Pe. SFArm g, 4
~S ObOft '1 bee O5
11" haSh r*"d mum ow

OW Ima Be ( 049M 0O s's. saw :! m 4 "A
$108 50ft l 0CINpblfA"
lop* I W#ev. itthru


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KILLED AT ALAC1* A

ack Filled With NlSkuWbih
He Was Fising Wit family.

THE BODY FELL INTO WATER


Murderer Slipped Up to Bank, Per-
formed His Deadly Work, and DiOe
appeared as Mysterleusly as He Had
ComeP-Oe.ore Jury on Case.
InfoaMntian reached this city by
teleplHma o ry of a fearful tragedy
near liAbul, which occurred on a
ake caet we miles distant from that
twon, d Which resulted In the In-
atat ditn of Charles Thomqa. color
ed, I the presence of his wife and
twro da.bten.
ft app that Thomas, with his
wife and daughters, was In a boat fish-
Jo, when someone crept stealthily up
to the water a short distance from
the boat, and, without warning, emp-
tied the contents of two barrels of a
gun loaded .with buckshot into the
man's back.
Thomas fell from the boat into the
water, and It was with the utmost dif.-
culty that his distracted companions
rescued bis body. Fortunately, though
a miracle none of the women were
hurt.
The boat was pulled to shore as
quickly as possible. but the perpetre
tor had disappeared as mysteriously
as he had some.
SThe new of the tragedy spread
S rapidly,and a soon as It reached
Alaahus Justlee Caswell empanelled a
S e1roser's ury whioh was still in soe.
ai at a late hour Friday afternoon.
The murder is a complete mystery.
d there is no clue, as far as can be

Thomas is the same man who at.
tempted to burn his way out of the
,Alasheu jol while a prisoner there
S abot two weeks ago. which reeult"e
S t his beig badly burned and the
detrfuteUon of the building.

OUGHT TO ET B USY.

Heape of Refuse from Trimmed Tress
StoaIIng In Streets,
The BSn doee not desire to enter
this as a "klek., but for the past few
S day complaint bha been so peaeral re
g.wfrug the trash and refee from
trimmed treeas Into the streets, that we
fetl It is the duty of this paper to
call attention to same. For weeks the
limbs from tress have been permitted
to lay to the street, much to the die,
comfort and Icoovuenece of pedee@
trials.
The reporter does not attempt to
my that the trash gang lt not doing
Ito duty, f been observed that
S thOis E0.g i a e busy; but the tron.
ble--t e i n lack of faclitles,
S and f r t Insmueelnt to do
the we a speelal forome aoeM lbe
' pt oa fol at least a e fflipj'lXgmet
of time to etesa of the dqert.

AN IMPORTANT MISOLUTION

Pas sd the Cl-dn Csils" of te
Pterid An-.4atese League.
At the elteoagE meso of the AnU.
SalooM League. the folowtnIg regahe
tUon, which wil so doubt have a great
fluense In the comitm electk, wa
unanimously adopted by the conve.-
tine:
"Resolved. That the deegate o the
convestle of the Aatl4taloe Leagie
I oeal leagues threught the Stats, to
a, AesrUia the attWede toward prou.
bltms of the virtue endMlatee ftr
else, ad strive to eleet those favor-
I- pmhlbttm. and the enactmaent of
seolb taws, hat the State mar
be rtd of the U"

t etiee et Meetig ea the Heepili

1 A meetitlag of the talnestiUle and
Atebma t.oumt( liospital Aseoratkm
wl be habd at the oSlce of W W.
Hamtpton.on Ma.nlay fftermw,. March
314. 19M, at 4 o'urkwk All unembetre
are patiently requcste'd t, rrte'ent
At thisl meitag *111 si r1nw lrm't a
proeposietta mad lr t Pesascola. to take charge of an< ase


age the hospital and ouch other .1u*
a s as ear be pwtes.ted L am ti.
ber thberf at that tim*
W. W HAMPTON. Pr,*>id.t


A 1w ~'ltrloads1&46 110chrOnrnI-Cdi*
Ilu14 a ad cattna-the
w bok' system pas's itqaiets l
fcMI uwt. ultw ba orect tho e lte, t~les
the strneb. cure cons~aio


Ice main



Freezers


Ice Cream, Fromn Puddinp, Frown
Fruits, Sherbett and Water Ices, to
be MADE RIGHT, should be made
with the


IN"-


which will freeze your cream in FOUR

The White Mountain has all the
good points and no bed ones. Du-
plex maleable iron daaher, double,
ifN-aljuOting scraplng bars, charcoal
tinplate cans, strong water-proof tube
-it is recognized as the world's stand-
ard.
1 Pint to 90 Quarta.



Siri Hna riwre Co.
WHOLMaALE AND RETAIL -


INW OFTY Anw D
COUNTY CONDENSED

Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement ao Dr. Waldo's
Oslanville Dental Parlors, which p-.
pers elsewhere In thli issue. Dr.
Waldo is making a redt reduction In
charBge for dental work. which cannot
help but appeal to those desiring
services'of this character.
Hon. J. L. Skipper, postmaster at
Lakeand and one of the most promi.
sent Republicans In South Florida.
was tn the city yesterday. having
come to consult Hon. Henry 8. Chubb,
chairman of the Florlta State Central
Committee, on certaro political mat-
ters. Mr. Skipper took occasion to pay
Galnesvile a high compliment on the
rapid development of tlUng here. com-
merclally and otherwise. He declares.
next to Lakeland. of coure, OGalnes-
villea I the faest Interior city in
Florida.
IL. ILFerran. a prominent merchant
of Mustis, who has been here attend-
Ing the convention of the Atli-Saloon
League an a delegate from his town.
returned to his home yesterday. Mr.
Perran is one of the most extensive.
as well aamoet successful merchants
to Lake county, carrying a large stock
of dry goode and clothing. He bha
boss for yearo Identiled with Eustis
an4 It tereasts, and is one of those
Ietnmueatal l bhtaglta that progre..
sll towa to -* Importance is now

Ustenf
Ad remember the neat time yeo
sawe from paln-caused by damp
wther-wwhom your head nearly
bw Iom Im euralta-try Ballard's
St4ow Utasnt. It will uwe you. A
pro-msnt buaness man ot Hemp.
st4ad. Toams, writes: -I ha1ve uased
your itntim tL Previous to autn It I
was a g at maerer from reumattism
and nwralgi. I am pleased to my.
that now I am e fr Iom these por
platats. I anare I owe this to your
Ibatmatl" Sold by W. M. Johseos.

PHpimegs P Oi L IM Van.
A"bay, 4. T. Mmb .- the
comelhuto of as aileTetew wvth O -
enor Hases. last es serty as bho
Te*Uav,. thb mtheo of (Ba eer W
late, uwdar NseMatce Oatf d ito
the murder of Grue anw a t e a Me
treeonok Isa the eMun'r of 10t.
weat (a- 'st ifta h-e-a of on.
ptlrtinag t, ae se eesofkl


Wtt 14" gat iuty aso. & ad bid
site. ",%.I olveellV0. dint iths a
Sherl i in v f ov.e..Mh qrtof- am lMre
Sind stn 'ietoa uo as" grave


PAWeme eg Warships Aluay Fee of
PeOreip Reeldmta.
PrVaM -Prftce, March S.
Qet upon the deidon of the Haittl
govermem to permit the partlelpaate
Ina the fate insurrection who have a*y.
lnp is the v r:oua consulates, to leave
the muntry unmolested, the French
eratser dO'etreeets pretaring to take
am board all the refugees In the per-
0m4,lkenfm and Spanish consulates
at Golves, at SLt Mare and Port.
-&lXa. 'The cruiser will take the rev-
dotosalde to a'. Tior".
Pta1eat Ncrd Aleis hba asuOed
Isutemwei In the cae of six mill
anWy *oan. IRnePuaca Major lara
4f, menmandant of the rack aval-
Y orpm, w io are now under arrest on
SWipdmon of bedin stapltted In the
teet cewspira,oyr, ht If the fbats
Wlra it, they be taken before a reg-
ularty eooeUtuted military eort for
ezamnlMtoa.
A ow rthmrtal wt delide rthe ease
of Major Aurel Madeu. cbarged wit
mkiK ian attempt against the eourw-
Ity of e itate aA4 eonspring to as
smaulaste the prmeidit. There were
no 9"sg of disturbances throughout
the cityte presence of the wardfpo
ia the harbor allaying (he fears of the
iorelge realdeut.

Portu-.Prlnce, Marbh 20.-The sit
nation hero Thursday continued tram-
qull. Three other wartb*pf have
arrived In port, the Amercan cruiser
DeMoines. the American gunboat
Paducahb anJ the gnilllm crusc..
Cressy. _____
DIRECT FROM PARIS.

Parisian Sage, the Great French Hair
Restorer, Now Made In the
United States,
t Dr. GOlroux's famous hair restorer,
most efficient hair tonic in the
world and used extensively througbh.-
out Prance and other part of Europe,
Is now being made In the United
States.
ThlW action was taken to save the
heavy Important duty and today
Parisian Bage is offered to the people
of America at only 60 cents a bottle.
W. M. Johnson has been ap.
pointed agent for this city and Is
pleased to recommend Parisian 8age
4a a tnost delightful hair dressing. I
Parisian Bage is guaranteed by W.
M. Jphnson to cure dandruff, stop
fallfug hair. restore gray hair.
and cure all diseases of the scalp or
money back.
Parisanu 8ago makes the hair soft.
lustrous and luxuriant. It Is especial-
ly recommended where children's hair
Is coarse and unruly. It thickens the
eyebrows and strengthens eyelashes.
ricq 60 cents a bottle. If you do not
live near a druggist who sells Pari-
sian SBae. the Ohroux Mfg. Co.. Ituffa-
lo( N. Y.. will A d you a bottle,
charges prepaid for 50 centil.

Stabbed Weman; Drank Acid.
Kansas City, Mo., March 20.-Ja.
Thomas Swasnon. aged twVety-tbree.
early Thursday broke lito vbs home
of Mise Irene veroett at Kanas City.
Kars., made aa uuaooeseatl attempt
to assault her, mortally stabbed her
mother, Mrs. W. Rveret~, sand dranu
a fatal doe of carbolic acid. waa.
son bad annoyed Missa Rverett with
his &atttioas for ae Utme.

Will Be lven Royal Title.
Londsn. Marhek 0.-A aewm agency
glbli (hes te foliwg dspoath from
ime,. Itm). The Corrter. Deia
Sierm learns that MISm ktap, om ber
marma. t te Deke of Abreust,
will be cremted a "royal hlghaee" (a
her own ;ig ad that toe moe of
the marage wI11 have to Hegt of
seceae to the thream.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVB BROMO Qutnoe


Is fails to cum. IL W. OIIOV.S aig-
nature Is o(meam& boxn. 26C

Talephold asepees' Deabt
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Oste lSra a harmlem ubUttufte ir fT 0% l-w.
gIwlet, Dop. and ,oothnf Styr"ps It Is SPleOM Is
emmt-lis -tb tw Opium, Morphine nor other 0 re0
einIia Its "ieI" to Iiguutee. It dt~ Wo-m
adl aajda Feivrahnea. It acru Dlarrbm T and WiVd
e. It leve Teething Troublea, wer Ce it|ie
sAd Viteulfcy. It au.imilats the Food, remlt-a the
Tlmach ad Bowels, lvlng bealty and atrenl de-
The Chfldea*' Pmmiacs.-The ether's Friend.

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We invite evwry ho.ewkeeper to call and examine the Strit Dvneport
Bed-the most prct combination Iedt ,."er otfrrvl to the publi. UpIol-
strw in rfit-clams maner- Iteel pprinfr in ewt and back, maki r the
Inet coofesWtable ed Jm cain imagine. Tl.e Stnreit i not like other sd-cl
n1 Davruport br>l-it is co.mpk"t*.
The wtreit Morris Chair, %ith f( t-reKt, is *'itiply perfect.
('OMF IN AND EXAMINE THEM. Several different styles on ex.
hiition. Prkve wr y r yonaMah. .S-nd word or a canl to

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Tnl DAILY UN: 4tN34VLA li P'L'9P~, 3IAoICI[ 1. 1908


N MEEJNG OF

CONFEBERATE VETS

Ursgt and Most Inthuiatitc
Meeting in Camps Hitory.

FIVE NEW MEMBERS ELECTED

Many Committees Were Appointed,
and the Camp Got Dewn to Suel.
noe on Btelse s PrInlple.-By-
Laws Adopted -Memoral Day Plant .
One of the most largely atteade4
meetings of Stomewall Camp, ttae
Ooftederate Veteras,* ever held Il the
history of the camp, was that of the
quarterly meeting. which traaspired
sl the court house to this city Friday
morning, more than fifty members of
the camp being present.
The meeting was called to order by
Commander W. M. Illitch, who said
at the beginning how glad he was to
see the faces of so many of his old
*omrades. and glad. also. tU note the
general harmony and good feeling
among thnm. which reminded him of
the days of the '60s, when "the boys"
were always 'ready for a "flght or a
frolic, and they were equal to'either
occasion.
The meeting b4e ins wlled to order.
the minutes of last meeting were Nrea%
by Adjutant J. C. McGraw. and upon
motion approved.
The committee on by laws, cotupria.
lag J. A. Carlisle. J. I). Matheson and
3. C. F. anchez, made its report in
the form of a typewritten copy of the
by-laws, which, with a few slight
changes. were adopted, and 200 copies
, ordered printed.
I The question of the (obsrrvance of
Memorial Day was brought up. and It
was unanimously agreed to invite Rev.
J. II. MItchell of Orlando, a speaker
*f note and a true and enthuslamtic
veteran, to deliver the oration of the
4ay.
Memorial Hay (April 261 falling on
Sunday this year. It was derided to ohf
serve Monday. and at the proper tine
a suitable program for the ccuasou
will be published.
A reception committee comprising
H. Wiengep, J. I) Matbheon and T
L.. Houlware, were appointed for
Memorial lny.
Judge Poratio l)avi oif Gainemville.
B. C. Chitty of Micanopy and Captain
M. ,SIPkes of LaCrose were apl
pointed as an executive committee.
As a relief and pension committee
S H. Wienges, J. I). Matheson and
J. A. Carliale were appointed.
FPlve new members were elected to
membership, as follows: W. II (a)
of Trenton. H K Hlarville. C. C.
Praser and J. Y Bradley of Alachua.
R. H. Ward of llawthorn.
It is the puriwww of the camp to co-
operate with the DIaugbhtrs twI a pro-
gram for Memnrlal lay, which will be
asnomuoed as Woon as completed.
The eamp adjouraed until 10 o'clock
a. m. Monday. April t7.


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DEATH OF MR. DAIGRE.

Well Known Citizen Passed Away
Friday-Remains to Leuisiana.
This community was grieved Fri.
day morning over the death of Mr.
Ht. Dalgre. which sad event occurred
at his home, the Commercial House.
about 9 o'clock. of tuberculosis. af-
ter several months' suffering.
Deceased was Dorn In Iverville Par-
la, Louslaana. sixty-nine years ago.
and about seventeen years ago came
to Florida, etUting near Mclntosh.
where be purchased a fine grove. He
remained on this property until about
two years ago, when, with his wife.
hbe removed to GainesvIlle. and has
made this his home ever since.
While rather unpretentios In die-
positlon and very unassuming. Mr.
Daigre made many friends who ad-
mired him for his good traits. He
was a Conferedate veteran. having
served faithfully and efficiently In be.
half of his country during the Civil
War, experiencing active service. Ie
wore upon his lapel always a Con-
federate cross of honor, which he (of
ten declared he prized most dearly
among his worldly K(xd.. It waes
honorably won anud honorably worn.
IDeceased was n nmember of the
Catholic Church. and the funeral ,,'r1%'
ceq were cotiducted at hi home at
2 o'clock Friday aftcrmoan. Rev. I. .1
l'ytech of St. Patrick's Catholic church
oftriiating. The servlces were, well
attended, a number of Conftelernte
Veterans and,members of the United
Iatughters of the Confedel'racy being
pre'ient, asn a last mark of rep'ci't.
The reit.ins, which were pIre'lar'd
Iby Dr. T. F. Thonut i, wre shilpod
to l'hlquolnine, l. .. for ite'rne'nt, and
wer aeceinlmpanledI the ti' trnin by a
detachment of Vcte'ranK. ais an esrcort
of honor
INeceansed is sur% lvdl htv a d istric'tid
w(e'. who wam unalile to ii('('conipit
the remains, and to whom the' i ii|ia
thy of the ,lt ire coeiiiUIi It N 6 x


DEATH OF MR. KENNARD

One of Alachua County's Oldest Citi-
zens Passed A*ay at Wailde.
One of the' saddest deaths to occur
in the Hast End for soinm. time' wa
that of Judge H. JL Ki'nnard, who
Iaassed away at his home in Waldo on
Wednesday. after a lingering Illnesp
of about two weeks.
1)Nceased was a native of this 'oun
ty. and has been a reldent of Waldo
virtually all his life. being one of the*
oldest settlers of that town. lie wae.
a man of public spirit. a, say ready
for anything for tne betterment and
aavaneement of his town and his com-
mn It v.
DIeceased is survived by a wI~ow.
three son., 0 J Kennard. Jr. of Fe'r
nandlmna T O0 Kennard of Jackson
ville and J. I. Kennard of Waldo. and
two daughters. Mrs. W l, ang of thli
city and Mrs. I.. C riame of Waldo.
to whom the sympathy of friends is
extended.
The funeral was held at Waldo
Thursday.
SENATOR BRYAN SETTER.

Repoerta Lat Night Wer'e to Effeet
That Cenditle. l Improved.
A telephone message from Jackson
vlil to The ua at a late hiar Ptiday
nialght bore the gratifying Infbrnatio
that th. enoedltloa of flSenator W J.
Bryas, who has bee n ertlcally III
to Washlhato for the Iat few days.
ato mewhat Improved.
Colassdm bts sasMety has bee feft
for Mr. ryam's safety, and this tofor.
matoa willtU be received by his may
friends with gratitde

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UNIVERSITY "OPEN HOUSE."

Large Number of Citiaens Took Ad
vantage of Invitation Friday.
In r J f|see>H to a in I tU j Aint~ tirii tm i'he
faculty of the l'niu v r.it, f tior' ttt'
of Florida. a large ni t ,.'' of ouir r,-.i
dent,) hidloids and geiilli' n. i. l il I
the Iniverulty ground aneil buildl'i,t
as well as the grounds of, the V'lorila
lxpertment Station. Frhidy rotit. n
full report of which will he furnished
The Hun by our special University cor.
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THE MAN AND HIS JOB

By Herbert A. Happood.

The first principle In handling men,
Is to inspire eonfldence. A man can-
Not work faithfully for his employer
SV thele he is made to feel a dtep and
well-deserved respect for him. He,
must believe in the boss. The capttan
of industry must be a "captain" in the
fullest sense of the word; for It oI
S sometimes esler to keep an army In
Stood spirit than to ail your force of
employees with enthuslasm and oapn *
Maton.
Your salesmen get discouraged and
are almost ready to throw up the
whole proposition. You must restore
their faith and convince them that
they are elltting the best line of goods
in the world. A hearty hand-shake,
Or a good slap on the back will often
dothe trick.
Then the office force will become deo.
noralised. The long strata of Inside.
work conmbanoes to tell on them.
They lose Intsest sad lot the details


CLsAN STrmeS '


PAAK&S


We have been askpd to poiet out
some of the things tlt y1ll Improve
the appearance of our city and make
It more attractive, not only as *
place of residence but as a haven for
tourists. The subject Is a fruitful one,
for no city in the formation period,
as is Gainesville, is perfect either In
appearance or in the administratims
of its offices. Gainesrvlle, however,
is peculiarly more fortunate la many
respects than many of its sistater oelti
in Florida., In tha it It etraord
nary natural beauty, as par dreiak
ins water as ca be found it tbe
United States, and munlolval oeooep
who may sometime make aolstake
but who are bashot and s4icer, la
their efforts to give as a goveraeat
run, In the Interest of the people, ad
free from the modern euo of
"Sraft." But purity of purpose Is the
administration of the atair' of oer
city, and good water,. and natural
beauty, are not uSloIleq to anke a
city attractive to either the tourist,
homeseeker, or tIvestor, If we neglect
the Important item of CLAkLINMI!
in this latter alneaville is woefully
wanting. Tons of paper, rocks.
')rick-bats, boards, boxes, trash piles,
and other aboldnations, litter our
streets, and visitors with an eye for
the beautiful have been heard to say:
'Oh. what a pity, that such a beauti-
ful town should be an dirty." And
It is a pity, for Galneaville eould be
the meet beautiful town in toe S*uth-
eOm tateo, or any pther States, for
that matter, Y the streets were kept
Immaculately clean, and more at-
tention was paid to the yards and
grass plots. We have known the
value of property doubled and trebled
by having It cleaned up and beauty.
fled. for no man or woman, however
sordid, is completely devoid of sentm-
met. "Cleanllness Is next to GodU-
ness," sla an old axiom that t1 always
new. and is daily more peclted,
as the bumai mind is mote lUvated
and trained alone practlcalteomma
sense imes. The average mind knows
now that filth breeds disease, sloven-
lineas. lack of self-respect and Injury
to character. Also, that Alth and
beauty cannot db hand in hand. If
we would have our town attractive.
healthy and beautiful, we must clead
It up and keep It clean. If, for lack
of means, we are unable to clean all
of It. let us clean and beautify those
portions that are most prominent, In
order that what we do may show to


lide. Every case must be handled best advantage.
In a different manner. ometimes a One of the most prominent, and
severe talldown la the best medicine. by far the mot Important. spots in
but very often a little jolly from head. the city t the public school yard, for
quarters puts everybody on his feet to It A*re number of the children
again. of the lity spend most of their child.
I have known men to boss a Jot) hood. lunei trained to take their
best with a clenched fist or drawn p~es in1 the world as men and
revolver. One foreman whom I know women, we owe to them that their
In a Western mining camp has to surroundings should be clean, orderly.
thrash some big bully periodically In and, if possible, beautiful. If the yard
order to maintain diselpline il the they play ID i filthy and trashy, and
work gamg. there is so attempt to keep It in order,
It all depends on the kind of work them things will most certainly In1
and the calibre of the men. Make a lnase them in the direction of habits
study of your employee. Work out of disorder and uaeleanlieea, and
the problem seieatlftelly and *eru that purity of etmont whieh comes
else your very beesl eecutive ability to Uneomeel.sy while In the mdst
at all times. The handling of mess to of beaUtifl erroandtigs will be lack.
a- Important factor ta your buataeat ig. The eibMIre themselves would
for their eorts mean. dollars and as do*bt peter eagerly Into ae y
setms to you. sobem for the lAprovement of their
-- echoo yard. and all reasonable ruleo
The editor of The ud has been. a nla that direetti that might be made
reeldeit of GaCte*vllle for It years, by the prinipal would be cheerfully
s4 never has, be aeem o little In. obeyed.
Street antfeted In municipal pol. The nmot place of Importaace to
Urs. The emse. oecu ou April theo eort ho o esquare, wa, ko the
14th, sad it order to have maaie mind of a stranger. will reect the
printed e the ballets candidates mst eharaeer of the entire city. W-e%
be eertied to the Obe tUl not later he looks across at the pretty. we
tMa Marcb Uth. yet ao auemiatiuoa kept court houee yard.-the up at the
hav bees mde 6s w o& pel tise O- k*a- a a e a&I3 the W F moew
latd oer eertfilMoat. It behoovee apri dress, e has a momentary
the taxpyer to "get busy" at oem. boellag at Ior the town.
bat it pauesO'tUilFr-whos he looks
P. 7. Psalltla. the very faithful and further sead n d see the boxes
*o"let County CommIattera from paper. barrels exeto r sad trash
Sfourth district. is a cadidate for geavirlly that Utter the str aets I all
re4sOtiom. as will be se byl his a dirertlioa. No doetm he eormpres it
1a-mumt in today's. palor. Mr --- -- =- .. -- --
ftltg tis oe o of the beoataeown and Mew TeT?
l.t1 hEihly es0eamed Itlas e04 W e Of We Ov e r eNuad Ooltar Re.
Abjehb county, aid his friends a III S Ad fo any cae of Catarrk that can.
raty to his support tothe albroaebt nogt be cWred by Hall's Catarh Care.
primary with a detnrminatiom to lauds J. CHUNKY & CO. Toledo. 0.
him a winner. w e. the dersited. hae b aowa
r J. (Ceey frt the last 15 year, mnd
S A O(atee. who has b ea a faith
,boteve hum prsetly baserabo is eall
ful at d orieit deputy of awrift bt tasrt and Anacitly
i'uvlsluw the latter. ducti nee t r d fa l
atv lt i ltre annoter's aidw cU ,able to arry out any obWlatlos made
ti heidid eiew. innouc kida Itt a by his am
)A at.4e I is hrtqua tl today. a 1th6 WAtLINO. KINNAN a MARVIN
Mr stl $ iW tOa qalne fo t W tbh Wholesale lruists. Totedo 0.
omr asd '.uWd maek an Ut1#t l tall I'stailrl I^e s M i s Stora.
oftcr I*e has ftrtad throaghwuat the t lly. as 4t irtf p1 the bued a t
count lh 11 sillt l J hint l Va& Pluatprtt. n *t ft t of t hp u te. Tunt, *
Th'etv tas rtr uometed tI bs* oef t etlb ls t l iPrk 'Tes pr
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totNhe0tacle of a ma dree*d am
a NeWr it of others but with a
dirty Atheoiled sad frayedour lines,
anad a battered hat. The merchants
ooald, it they chose, keep heir boxes
and bareels In their back yards, and
ould sep receptacle In those same
back yards for trash. The persons who,
on leatavs- the poetofee, throw
papers, circulars, etc., on the streets
to be Mown here and thbre by the
wtid nlti they flad safe lodgment
against the court hoase face, or the
lee Of ome building, edsld Jet as
eNSiV pat them Into a neat receptacle
If me was handy. Such receptaok.
should e provided, and there should
be p$efi of them. They cost little
ad, are worth mich. The public
would stm learn the lesson of neat-
e, sad especially if the ordinance
aJUt* throwing trash on the streets
shuld be enforced a few times. Our
eaidres should bf taught, not only
to refrain, from throwing trash and
paper e1-the streets, but to pick up
paper and carry It to the receptacles
provided for it. Many of them would
eSter Into the spirit of the thing
eagerly.
There are many other places that
might be mentioned, and many sug-
geetloss that could be made for Im-
proveamet, but they will cost a great
deal of money. and the city is hamper-
ed for Jck of money. It will not cost
a gfeat deal to keep the city clean,
and nothing could be done that
would add more to its attractive-
ness. But the city authorities
cannot accomplish it without the
aid of the citizens. One man
with a oart cannot keep the streets
free of paper and trash If thousands
are busily engaged in throwing out
more and no man who Is amply able
to haul away his own trash should
throw out great piles of it Into the
street and let it remain there for
weeks, perhaps, until the city, with
its limited supply of horses and
wagons, can find time to haul It away.
The city has one small park (the
barracks lot). and thanks to Mr.
Adolph Vidal. chairman of the street
committee, and Mr. C. O. Warren,
street superintendent, it has recently
bee put in fair condition. There
bould4 be more parks, and while land
is cheap they should be acquired.
There should be one In East Gainee-
ville and ne In West Galnesville.
Parks are a necessity, and sooner or
later every city will be compelled to
have them. Why not be wise, and
acquire them now?

In reply to friends of the various
candidates as to who The Sun will
support for this and that office. we
repeat:. We' will support the candi.
date who 1.i nominated. This is a
D)emocratlc fight, and The Sun. being
a Democratic newspa wr, has no right
to take ldes for or. against any can-
didate, so long as we consider the
candidate worthy of the office.

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Tampa & Jacksonfllfe Rally


EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 10, 1908.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South .. ........ ... .........
Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesville ... .............


A. L Glass, Gen. Supt.


9:30 am
4:25 p m

6:00 pm
9:30 p en


L E. Barker, Traffic g'r.


No. I No. I No. INo.I No. e No. No.
DUIly uaOlOUy; Ex STATIONS DGUL ex SuOAtL usOnly D *lje
es_ ieSun I bus
A IAM |P 0 PM PM IK d AM
ave laWe Leuve Arrive Arrive A&.rte Arrt"
00 Ar1 1 Ar 4 ....... .. Lie Oak....... 0 O
L SA1O Lv < A V 44 fig i ark.... 1Ar3 Ar Art O Ar
i SV i 4? lAr4I .. Mayojm nctio ..... 8M 4 1 9 00 Lv
Ar S S Ar A0 h 40 ....... ?............ ......... O o Lv C
... .Ha1pen prtos ... Lv to ag g LT Jv f
Ovseedsmde at Dowllh Part for all traes to and from USe OOak d POny. and aI
I Je i or Mayo. Alto sad lasermetase Is
stem so"sdems witheor Mass, 'phe or el" em Geasal Passes I
LaR. P. uOPKINS. Geers PmeWsoW AU we
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I SEABOARDI


Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, QAMDIN, SOU.
THNERN PINI, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTONI BALTIMORE, PHIL-
AD LPHIA, NEW YORK.


Three Egant Trai Daily:

"SEA BOARD FLORIDA LIMITED"

"SEABOARD EXPR '
"SEABOARD MAIL"


Modern Pullman Equipment


The 6UAhOARtD TLRIDA LIVI1Eb-4o"l4 Pullm"s~an vefm
trains, EK Avau~ss eand Jacheostirle to New york via smtbsoand
Waaklagtc. DkIMla Wr(ft In S e%) serviMeDouble DiwmeMEL
fi4'Pbe ot.mm, Ene om D bMemoaom Car leav* SL. Awaae
11 MW a .aJaebmmvusi)e 33.51 PL L dba. dfi. i9 deg
MW ftell la'ms~ sad sImeer reewm I mMR We W A
Ofboard or a I I

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I[ILB, FLORIDA, MARCH 21, 1908


PTSkims


Tarpon fishing is Just
,both the lower East and


the thing on
West coasts.


After serving as postmaster for
more than ten years,. Postmaster P.
T. Cobb of Fort Pierce bha resigal L
m-i**-*


Great sorrow Is felt In Deland over
the, death of Hon. Hepry A. Detand,
founder of the city. The sad event
Occurred last Friday at his hos tIn
Palrport, N. Y.

The city couaell of Ocala has dia.
missed both Marshal Cleveland and
Policeman Dean. W. C. Bull Iwas
elected the new marshal and John D.
Olover a policeman.

A bold robbery was successfully
worked last Friday morning at the
union station in Jacksonville whme
the ticket office was mypriously
visited and robbed of $1,380 In cash.

.1 J. \Voolf, for sometime agent of
the Atlantic (C'oast Line at Port
Myers, has left his home and gone
to parts unknown, leaving no trace as
to his whereabouts. His wife and
children are unable to account for his
disappearance. He was last seen at
Key West. -
It is reported on good authority
that within the next 30 days locomo.
tive No. IS which was used at Knight's
Key before the road was completed,
will be shipped to Key West to aid
In the work at this end. With the
aid of a locomotive and an adequate
number of ears the road between
here and Pine Key can be completed
In a few months.-Key West Citisen.


For some reason or another the flab
in the Caldwell pond are all dying.
bome say It Is ovcause the pond Is go.
tag dry and others that it Is bemuse
It has ben dynamited. Some of theea
abh are very larce. AId weigh as mu.'h
as sixteen pounds. Perhaps as many
as twenty yearn ago, when there
vas so minh t n thfe u wspapers aboat
the German carp as a food flah, and
the Government was distributing tbheu
Ia all partt of the country, a bucketful
was sent to some unknown party n
Oela. As the day on which they ar-
olved was bitterly cold the express
efleUals were firtul that they would
beese and turned the over to Hon.
C. M. Brown and the writer, and we
placed them In the Caldwell pond. We
are a little surprised to know that
they have been growing and multiply-
IAg all these years. for we the iht

NATURE SPARU

Wht a rteast. prertlea ef astwe
0 ba, that aswe there of imesaa
aafelt;: fr e peolw m a weal be its
s to tseevew i the beiase *t its
l h tINey. aae a amwer a e
: =an e sa-af >wam ba ea. f AOe
*e whoe *ek I a theaftr
ne Ohr alft eb Wa"earsa W ra have
own a s te611" eve the ves or thanuu I
49 Owr eass beu tohse tows *e t W
ttaes tae e hast as s a ar
Ie- N e wASte I b bt ree- aas
W air ie r 10 "be
1t Saaeor aarl-4 that nerw Wa e
aSlpalued duetrer# taftN .tAeU
gema eatiag the salr Ia *re W Sa-
iste -4 by lDowa rb? ai

J6r~ 11L NW & 0%. f~tQW ASINft.


na.S"a have o*as setb
wedilug coke Woem trn feu19b to
Smowst .-1aftowcab
~e owl aml oeveske ow- .
aab~y. Amythbfg is &I teft ROe a
18416wat rosname.hisprise $e See
-f y"a ss~ibftbfs LAt Wb
so be MOW Do* bdaiy. ed"bgse&
to" ebmkma bis aw ftv.
~siMg hb pe. .e, o'

so-p&


b aseewypwrsof Deew Phms'
Gelk Dica ovesr, beamsa fton
.1td a1the Inaredleatm ~A k[tis

wonith"as Wbood uaIflaeMWlaVlg6efr
ingterIc for the 49h of aisom *0dluan.
down system as ssomM, t web.mn Is
which aloho ol I. aaiThe actve aodle'
mel lnepksof mauve you W ebk as
GoiamSea a(=Imss root, Sim*n&#Ad
Memeauer0o4 kI oeead Uack,
Chesrybutank are -A prurI'
a* he Of chbmftAmuL bIPle
~ caas. and i1o


UP "5A dowd opm, humal~oms w ale.
runaive nsm. a %loomrs, Is well to In.
Mrs shkir keeling to apply so them Dr.
Plerm's All-ehllng SalmebIf yotrdruer
gest doe's happon w hawe Shm Sal,, a
slocondc 4Afty-four eats l pcmtag
IftalM;inDg e fwo1N.L V. Se&IT al*1@he
and SugCal lusututa N ilQ .iAm
hm pozof &be l*a = = 9air
wILr)msb you by teempw
To ag fr o t a sseptSolW~W
tumw&avasu bt* oi frthS 4-svehi lec



Bugar.. gay Ignm e stb

tbef h"d lonk since dlsapper.4uo.-
Ocala Banner.


The Baby Incubator at DIxieland
Park In Jacksonville recently turned
out a graduate that will attract much
attention throughout te 8State. This
little baby Is Walter MlcUn of Talls.
hassee. grandson of Commissioner of
Agriculture B. I. MeIt. who Is one
of Plorida's most popular and pr i-.
net citisena. Several weeks ago this
Interesting babe arrived at the Inen-
bator. weighing a little over two
pounds. It came In a special car.
and Its physician and nurees were
alarmed because they doubted that It
would live. This baby was discharg.
ed. weighing seven pounds and threw
ounces, and the perfect picture of
health. Dr. Pliehel. Dr. Haverly and
the nurses gave close attention to the
MeUn baby., ad their work speaks
volumes for the ecleeoay of the eaya
tern. The mother of the baby is the
happlest woman nla Florida. ad was
in Jacksonville several days before
the child was disebargWd. She is ea.
thualastic over the Incubator, and be.
lives her bouncing boy will achieve
distinction to Forida because of the
method to which his life was made
possible.


IN MISMORIARL

Wher. Dmiath hasresmovedb&r
oe am"dstour hbghly eutessi sMW
belooe brother, A. Moen%=o; be it
Rewived, TWAtwe de@ q p bbgrt i
midem med unthmey demsslKr*w*
beg thatwe hbe"lest84 a.4amd lop
14 mdemwberis ftamlya lovieg hoe
band Msafd fte; d be It futher
Asmield. That we. members of IMe
HawOM ra 1Mg.NO, ISS.F. A A. U,
toodoerto ow lte deceased brstheW
ftullyeow smas&y m evdeedleuse;
tha thee.resdodow be reai spas
asathe ofge. wool. a bw sme
to ow hft inad bsessi o ke's
m4 a espy esW 0The Ombeestb
on ow pubusismb.
Wa UFrLOALI*
D. U. BRYAN.
lf WE.IWArMh

LM OWay *"a
Ovesm" Os.. M an& -U.00
were~ sbodwo .4 a a *
~steM imm A s orm wumm
am d". sowg thmn so e
d 00ioaw..ft asmawuto" 49Et
Ms. aerhedthe sqafme 41ow IM
dby at me se omtwoatemou" ghm
ftdff the ASIP&MeeO 1she A~MOW
Anwomoeosbi. wE~1icsnT"even~
of v,* 07 sIL & %0stwomm rumeeow
the poist#iea.1 'tateegS t.."y elp
imed a, 8 f, s eaW be, ur
~*fti 91W


No Cam. pe Ssomp
Tbom to %a cam m dof
000 4rw OW 1-ofta 6 eso-
owmeI -- I tPuOW4s
sad ?W 6 bw 401
a" .5.*mob, m 031,
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NIfO VOT AS AN ASSET.


Recogefien t o-b Demanded from
Republloan Leaders.
A movement of great au
to the Republilan part) !.. I,.,n,
started by leaders of th >Ihr,
voters of the United Stat, i ,. ~
at the election of one cr' r,,l ,I,
gate to the Repuonoan Nc..i,,>l '.n,
veatlon from each of ti t -N,.\n
cloae Congreaslonar district, i I
Northern States. and Wala'> tin ic h
of lid colored delSnt.',i froin
twelve Southern States ire,'i. It is
asserted, the colored people tha\. qbeet
laored by the white livi-n1itlian.ii,
The. latter reIpreamtatlI,' ,r the
erPos are to demand Cro.:nition oni
the growd that he black k tls con-
aUtratt the bulk of the I~epublican
party in the South.
In many States Porker liuhs have
ben started. They Mae i'hs'fly coi.
posed of negroes. and are nt itniitldled
so much to boom the Uem:i,'i Ifr thie
Presidential candidacy as t" sir, to
applaud him for attaekli: 'oi. dile
charge of the newro battal, i without
trial. on the airusation vt i ldicntv
In the HrownivIlle disturb l'h ;e'
clubs are workilu agalMln :<, reftrv
Taft. who, n* had l of thu, i eithne,.
In held to hbe linnidllately i il.lbll
for this iiijustlce to the iV' \ io,
As nearly all the negroes ia e-r ,>iMl
Republicsni. lthe following li, .-t tabil
will be of docidedl Interest ti he ite
publican camnipaln managt, at thil
mometl It gives the atonier of black
males of the iot(l| ag, it. wording to
the census of 1900. in St.t,,r which
have recently or always I.. carried


by the Republicans In
can v-ag:
CouNOctcut .............
DIlliar ...............
Illinois .................
Indian .................

Nebraka ..............
Nw Jeraey .............
New York .... .........
Ohio0 ....................
Rhode Island ...........
West Virginia..........


I'r,.e h I ntlal


4.5762



60(.406
2,2991
21.474
31.436~
31,233
1.745
14.7 IN


As. under no possible elrcumstances,
can thes be any such tidal wave ma
Jority in those Statesa hi in as there
were I 1904, the negro vote may
prove to be a very Important factor
nl the emlpaign. The chances are
that the big Republican majority of
llM and 1t0 will not he repeated
ider any qpOditloe this year. The
lose vot of the earlier aavaa.e is
likely to be seen a nearly all 'the Ite'
public IStates to I10o Previous to
11N New Jersey had been going
Democratic pretty constantly and ao
had Delaware, Maryland and Wollt
VlVrgila. Maryland is mentlned here
beame it was erred by the ltlpub.
llaus it all three of the latest Presl
denttal anvaames, although is that of
1M4, owiag to (krman u tricky low.
Reooevel received only pee of Its
leeteral votes. Pevrous to 11141 New
York had bei swi tagig fr m one
party to the other In aurceedimt Pree
ideltl deletlon. It was ried by
the DemaerstIs to 192. ase were Co.
aistlt, I a ass Iad taisOL,
It ito r see that a resol among
the blk- vtmes of the eStry la
IMU Mall tar the sakle iN .
deat tes h to e dager the eeties
-l-i'a Weekly.


S eaur ob a 4t a re-s o are io
GW aie p bease o f 6ad@so^ u y
& b=beat tstee Hvoebe rpre
d y waM s have say -h. aot
a els am 4 as" go wO 8s4
eit l Ng. MaJ .rilmies.

bets Msb a eS W .p T- reset V
a es Me tIs aM that I Mse ary
OW aMs000y.a SeM by W. 3. eob
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Dr. Waldo Offers You the Hiest

Grade of Dental Work
At prlrv- with iin t l. ria'lch of ev'ryoin'. Nonie tlii th'e Iw.,t l itMterai Pro weu d.

Speak With Any of H Patients a d See What They Say.


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Dr. Geo. S. Waldo's Gainesville Dental Offices

Graham BliNiq, at Mam Stratt N.

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Take A Glance at the LABEL!


If yol qvtitat it'Pd asilytllitiII4 114 eI 'i Drink" 111tille Ily

S..THE GAINESVILLE BOTTUNG WORKS..0
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11,111 i IIylt% Y cnmir pt 'irIRA crl ii ut 1111if' lit It, etritib W e iwn
11,1141 eoifitre'IIli Ahterl toI) manaulit I telw ~Ivitmg wst drinkp IItide
111L I,1.imelullKig 'eOl, aI1h i k irm- foir tIc. lm i.gtea imid a
ae'llig irimik so AiL 4401IR.~r Ale. I'l" 11I, M.lifew, I rwc",11M*
ael 014r 1111 Wird 1 ar etrimik.. II avo ii tried "ut
iwdrink, JACK FR It's a elasy- ]dts orislit jilave.
Onkrdrsim bymasil tit tehpilruonewill neeivieh. rNpRs ttietitti.
hust I'leiricia ci iiu.lng4.a tt. l4.sm r" U41, 361).
P.1. mbS, 25u9 atvlllntF"n"F tuW. M 1. 1.5


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Merchant & Co.
Reillers and Jobbers In


Staple and Fancy Crocerles

Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertiliers
SOUTH SIDO SQUARB -.e- AINESVILL. LORIDA.
Highest market price paid for Chickens, lggs and ether Produce.

A Complete stock of Hay. Corn, Oats, Flour. liran. Meal. Cottoo
Mood Meal aed Rye. We handle only the Very eat goods
at Lowet Prices, and guarantee satistactlU always.


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SWerVUe Adeldehily Shot. Happy En to Romance.
V UIiUuN E, Jaoa, Mis., Marth 2.-*Dr. B. ,oatgomery. Alas,. March 20.-A
SE L. Noel sad wMe were asldefallt pt ty romance tbht began in New A l
V A T E sbIt at at their boor lI the country, York ended here In the marriage of
S .BAin. OAr O ada, Mie., on Tueaday James B. Zarin to Miss Florence L.
zNggrIM T -A the AND A WOMAN S WORK H-- H-n o --m n g to Mont -
K ..el.M Taten mm Jal at be& oa s, kMm & -..e ps to t tol to g ca here eral weeks ago to y
Ponya nd Not to aDth. d oor. Th* weapons wV d meg4d, tke charge of a local shoe store. He
the bullet passing through Mrs. Nots began at once to urge his fiance to
B PERRY WAS BJNE OF TRAGEDY leg Joet bektow itme kan d 8l c18 ome lsow and at lat hae consented, Bom..& JU m LW.l too
SWAi OF TRAn Dr. Noet's grts. magf upwaMl. arrivtl bore in time for the ceremony llMms. LSDalrrA Oo,
_0 / The euple worn hrld to the depot Wednea nwmeriong. 1'-"
Victime Were Charged With Murder. at Grenoftas and p~sed ea a ectal -I asee a
One Had Attempted to Kill Jailer. tralt.' TlOey were takes to MeMphis FPftl Boiller Explolion.
The Men getrly Tied to Posts and for treetmest, from w!ek plem a t4L. SWlksate, Ga.. March 20.- o hebolt
S Theen SR t With BulPets. and a|em to Governor Noel amr tMy are at the saw mill s 0. W. Moore,
Then Kmdd With Bllet proving. with hope held out for Dr. a Hegomeland, blew up Wednesday. y,
A dtleatch to The Times-Union from Noel's recovery. Wi6a Mr. Moore, the proprietor, fi.
" Perry', 1P., toder date of March 19th, -- tn'tly, and orioelly swedIdlU three M
ears: Allee looeevelt* WeMding ether me. Mr. Moore came here
"Between 1 and 2 o'clock this morn. Jh W something to be Mroordeo in m Nlrth Georgs *a w Mers ale.
S ag mob of citizens quietly went the anoml i of history. Herbl Wa aI d asm 20 of the wieathlest men a
to the county jail and secured Rich- bebte a ikwledgaO the sr atee t of this senten of the state nI
ard nmith snd Will McMillan, both LY a alive re tulators. A poeitivo cure for
negroes, and carrying them to a se- Nature and a woman's work coo. bilous headaches, constipation, chills -Esapes from Siberia. a tolS
eluded spot just outside of the town, bined have produced the grandest and fever, and all liver complaints. 8. P"tereburg, March 20.-It Is re. IMl tlps
ed them securely to posts and rid- remedy for woman's ills tht the J. C. Smith. Little Rock, Ark. writes: ported here that Mile. Maria Spiridon., YTomu
died their bodies with bullets. Leav* world Mw ever known. "Herblp Is to the greatest U ev medl years who was exiled to Siber i two
gin them In that position they quiet- In the ood old-fashioned days of emne known. Have uld it for years ers r the murder of the chCOMS TO NATIONAL
ly left the seedo. our grandmothers they relied iun It does the work." 8old by W. M. po o Tanbovha ap aD W
"The bodies were found early thus the rot> and herb. of the feld to Jonso. now In either Australia or Now
morning but there ls no clue as to cure diJaeam and mitigate suffering. Zealard.
who the mob was composed of. The Indiana on our Western T Leekeut Avelded. ., This Is Worth Remembering.
"Richard Smilth was charged with Plains to-day can produce roots and I .n, March 20.-- threatened Whenever yo' have a cough or cold, This Is only a sam of
herbs for every ailment, and cure Wo ar
S the murder of a white man a few days dieasas that battle the most skilled oatton mill ockout in the Neon and just remember that Foley's Honey and the great good tat Is
ago at Illue Cr.k anIti Will McMllan physicians who have spent years in On o etlos' L*ftb8 tht -" Tar will cure It. Do not risk your dally done everywhere by
was awaiting trial for the murder of the study of drugs. sa operatives has ben avelid at health by taking any but the genuine.
i another negro. From the roots and herbs of the t*e wteveth houro. The ie nt Wer It is in a yellow package. J. W. Me- e re Aa, 1
S "McMillin was tne same ne.gro who field Lydia E. Iinkham more than tices, whhe eptred haursday,. wet Collum & Co. A I
attempted to kill W. i. Carter, the thirty years ago gave to the women withdrawn, the employers coneeats o CK
thirty yeare ago gve to the womenreprentatlu of the
Jailer, and did uot muccoed in making of the world a remedy for their pe. the reprketv the p- . for Dyspepsla
his escal'-, belong capturedd later by culiar ill, more potent and efl eratives to arrange *a terms of eet *
Marshal ,lawknlo. It i1 not believedd clousthan any combination ofdrugs. POLt._ _.PITI C A
here that many uerumborn of the mob, Lydia K. Pinkhamin's Vegetable s k * Un SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
It any, were residents of Perry, as Compound Ai now recognized as the Whisky Kills L A NNNT ChidT
there was n.o sauhe tor them t(4 take stan ard remeld for woman's ills. LotgmNille, UGa., Marth 20.-. ANNOUNCEMENTS ratic ...rimry. having
the law in their own hands." Mrs. Bertha Mnif of 515 N.C. St, th r d W onti iti several years. I t
0 Ioulslanal, Mo., writm: lving at Walnut Irov, li this Ouat7. that experience qualifies me to Ii
.,Given Up to Complete restoration to health on Sunday morning got a bottle d0i Advertisements under this head. not char-e the duties of this Import:.;
meanGiven Up to Dimuch to that for the ake whisky from the table In his hom exceeding nine lines, will be publish. office with a reasonable degree of r"
II,. Hplh.gl, 1304 N. Virginia St., of other suffering women I am willing and drank a half plot of It. He bo ed one time a week in the daily, Isf.ation to tax-payern Thanking l
A Evanavlll, Ind., writi,: "For over five to make my troubles public. gan to have convulelons and became and one time a week in the semi. for their past support, and wsolciti,
, years I was troubled with kidney and "For twelve years had ln suffer. unconscious A physician was eU, weekly, from now until the Imocratic yuvter at the coning pr imar.
bladder affections which caused me n with th wort formaof female ll but his skill failed to save the child April 1st the rate will be $5. Cash W. I). DICKINSON
ch pai ad worry. IDuring that time had eleven different wo died Sunday r.tt. must accompany the announcement in
v uch pain and worry. I lost flesh physicians without help. No tongue every Instance. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
and was all rum down, and a year ago ca tell what I suffered, and at times I --- every i n. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
had to abasdonu Work entirely. I had could hardly walk. About two years I hereby announce myself a cani
ago I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice. FOR SHERIFF. date, for the ofce' of County Tre
three of the bet physicians who did I followed it, and can truly ay that At the earnest solicitation of many urcr, subject to action of the De,
tcdiao Pink luam fo that cur'r, iu)j oary, and will apprecI.e.
me no spod and I was practically Lydl L Pinkham'a Veetable Com W friends throughout the county, I an-
given up to die. Fojey's Kidney Cure pound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice e 1i laat Baid ChIldl'. ounce for the office of Sheriff of the suIluport of all fellow-Democrat.
wa recommended and the first boUle stoMed health and atrealth. I is K Y Alu %*is Alachua county, subject to the action respectfully,
aveworth mountains of gold to seufer 8 sad alwat tan of the primary election. If elected 1 W. J. MATTEI'S.
e mse le I af tkl womenn" assure the people that I will serve lka e, Fla., March 14. 1908.
th second bottle I ws entirely Whst Lydia I. Pinkham's Vege. mme the them faithfully and impartially.
eired., Why not let It help you? J. table Compound did for Mrs. Mugff, S1gasar 01fuot P. Q. RAMSEY. I respectfully announce myself a cai
W. McCollum & Co. It will do br other suffering women. didate for re-election to the office ,,
_'_-_ +-- - I hereby announce myself an a can- County T'reasurer and solicit the vote
n--- --D-- didate for the office of Sheriff of of all democrats. If elected I promi.,
Iron Ore Deal in eartw. Appilnted Fe*ylver. Maey Casualt es In Now York. Alachua county at the ensuing Demo- to fulfill the duties o the office
('ert vrtlUe. (t., Mareh 10.--Or. Bostan, March IO.-At the request New York. March 19.-The report cratic primary, and solicit the sup. the future as in the past. Respet,
T. I maktr, former senatA fro of Mate lasurance Coammssiooner r. of the public service commalyson port of the voters. I promise, If elect- fully. R. B. PEELER
the forty-rMomo l i district uf (eorgla, A. Hairdion, the Masachusetts su- &bows that 4uri-g Prnary there ed, to discharge the duties of the March 6th. 190,.
aan sold an np (oi to the Virgnais promw judicial cor-u appointed Arthur wore ,t51 r la aeldst l w o e without fear, favor or partiality, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I ( a oe company, on hi D. Hill, a ooton attorney, receiver Trk, Ia wi* b twenty.als person W. 0. RICHARI)SON. I respectfully announce myself
S p erte i,4 i d1i theo Suat r Hill Tor the China Mutual Insurance com- wr M1.1 Of the ,.17 pemrs s candidate for County Commission,
_property < _f _te othori_ t el o I pany. The commlitoner askod for 3r1 3i thMe a41ldet1. 118 were Having served a Deputv Sheriffr from D)istrict No. 4 and solicit th
polny, t) e prito b it op 0.in tu he a receiver ou the gIrounds that lb*the miNMga During Jaeuary the in- since the Ireseut incumbent w,,nt nt vote. of all Democrats at the coming
e proprt) on s wioh ti e oItion wai tak. compeuy that has bees writing ma ltred wr 2,.00 aad the killed Mum. the office, and belig requeted by primary. Respectfully, J.W. MAY
p r.a sn aira to be rntl In Iron depo rie inmrance is Isolvent. Th be i 44. friends throughout the county, I an. Micanopy. Fla.. R. P. D. No. 1.
I tf and it to rueered that the romw nounce my randldacy for Sherlf f --
y will dwvkp i t e in e at an early a bn n elt< -- Alachus county,. subject to action (f I respectfully announce myself a
M wil ll-v-io e ,e mindre a r ""an ha bkntlnena n ia fftln the l)Deocratic primary May li*th. If' candidate for County Commlssion.,:
S....... elected I promnile a faithful performn, from iibtrhkt No. 4. and soUclit th,
Mills Continue Curtailment. Tk anle* of the' duties of the om Or . c.. .. .... Oeavile. 8. C., Marh t2O. --At a i I SU licitlng your support. I am respect will perform the dutlea of the ofhe,
*oatere'ce of the South Carolina Cot. I*'*1, ef 3S fully yours. E A. 08TEEN. (o the best of mny ability.
t b i a s sct in r M(I s tpeopic do But realize the alarm- Willetord. Fla.. March 20. Respectfully.
lel iMgntacturwer' aIIockla hwe it ihg acres, and resmarkeable prevalency A. I'. HILLEA1Y.
was ufnetlltnloly deide'd to coatnue _n ofksneydisease. In the primary election four Ayear. .Mhaoiy la. larch .13, 190.
the curtallmuent of 125 (r c' t la the Whilekidneydes- ag0 I made the statement that If my
pruie-tlou of ctm oo good as far as orders are the t1end would glive me the offer at I re' ',tfrullyv announce my r.,inl
mprattlbl hrinm the r moth m on that time. I would not again axk for dacu for re. *.ctihn as County 'oui
prat'htib drng th Bret of \hrel This ardiseases that ire. 1 My intentiomst were pure., and mn illllmi,'r fruee lht- 4th distrite. c<.m
F VyheulEmt1n tltin' f.r lmMI tha t t -his ^vail, tlhary are no account would I have ronam t<'fore ierihua th., i*th.an dtitrlcts of lhk,
t"m tion eentlnue a ,u0rtaillnent that bae alaest the Lat yo. agala askhin your support, of Vi. lh.,lhui.o, and Arche'r subj,'
S.^he. In onhbetto f h, the i nllh of the recogiarld by my oin accord, but many of the best te the. IN nawratr primary. If e.i't
uare ,Oet, Jan, I patilnl andl ph)- .ma rom varltoUs sections of Alachua ed I 1hall' *"d,,a" ,r to serve tbhe I'
S- s -- a si e ***e county have peUUtitioned me by writing' lul faithfully and illartially, V.r
.e.t Ike rueear Ire and a greet many other persMonally to trtl'l F P. PAULU.N;
A Costly HOld-Up. atel d,,,-.'w. 114 *A S while the q.J- stand for the nomination of Sh.riff lake \'t. ~ .March 20
1, ie n'r'ea. r ui Mrtaih to \\Will ; I**/,u unenlat e the system. In the coming primary, and today I


4.)n kt% I& e'aIn ri:..*lu' itn eiecrt nd There is consfort in tim knowledge on of the moat powerful moral OtrganitA. Olat.- for Comjuz,, Cgnatuaisgioer frolu
gl e 'i' '.*eeu ea oeilg up1 a e'faicite preu.sed. ithat lIOv Kalatuer % t01111 in the count"y. urging mne to libia~ri.'t Not ', uIbjet to the laetI,,
MIm mam ee~ te' Cu.)t~a~m~ fomh m he l' f.!ni ob, the give keldIIly renivetlyv. stands for the flowlkitatican, amnd in tile, aritiair eltce il*
*UU1IUI eu.* e' et' thug ao hi A t'.'i r~TV wiah ill eCuvI tt)) thrla.t'Iinbal, deIfc oterwite.I5~uy~ a* og h people a fwirl :
The Po i Mll tir, llliit %oc Io wtaiuNiit o la -imu in 14c, bmeek kidnmeys.he. li~el4adiler that I will accept withefnomInto fear t%1, i-*' lieslooctully.
f~At'lir I u e'ta'pb& t3f It aeuier~e~ -ito ithltaf'pMgr I Sheriff of Alachua "lunty ilt Itie.j 1:11I.N.MRI
Tllill it fir' itilig ti wbu'u your' hAll I".1hima t o 14) at teAr t*% 1.1 t i l"tc t 1: 114slitv t o. "' 0 TA'at Iform and M ow-ding to the rvtls'.. i~f fl a ~ I~ c th. 10. M R I
vv:%l, P'I~,l %."Cite. isj in* lowatit it, or Ittd th* MO'herst.1rtc primary. heII ld h 9tb 1"I
VIvo i olwIntU lqtofhwr. wane orI t
CC*. h~ijtT. Ir~ieijef~aaaw'a( e~ et ueple~aut 1th. anD If nominiated anad #oIN4ct-t1 I i.p. lk announce myself
jul a si? l titi.' lv.'Cllbue. it ill-................ Iorf Antl mrmat.- thate am liai' ne fi]PerOrM the duitic of thet (,trice. frr.eeti aCo'
stalt~ I a~~ t~rt ~Notico to Our Cuslomeers. z 4 bglgcmte 0 0wt h rw innmittality anld1 acm.~fo Dsuc o
et Ae'I'is1a'st t)e 41tiuatouese that t s tI: tile night. The ull attc ha aedo. m'hep t Sol:a ti.* .itu falthful ataten-'
of youlr hontIe--thuit is, Vthtlre' l'u'%su ~rfrcuh. tio' (TrAOiE,-V.AtyISt Man SuIm-etLV'F Ni. I ta~ .t~' f the Soficit th
ce't1'isati l~u~tr~ihio 1*t..t i t f its tw~l te.l if It cuf th March ta d' t.. .. n olctt
yo r au ti u Iitim il1,1XII eta willi- Na iq1.i Purn @1u tt a KS T ad it' QFOR COUNTY JUDGE.'' I' tl~w D m w t. F
lAe &* it kxm~tt4Ku'e no) til'4alvse oth ~er % -ii wh'.11.1!eivhes the bee. hc Ale bbaruaK To11yri&adelitw,- Ct I .
a.~~~~~~~~ giI il 141, 4 n t.*** oand I.'i4ar, I IM AM a ramdidate for Coeunt, r.'j' fu~sniaemsl
Strong p~alo) for hKermitifu .rusxe mA Wi rociminutad t.' 14 MA.' It.vq AV pl &ol &6la Iak yoOA for eoar %'sate I Wiliiu. t. ur. v
a'a We' rmit. di-l ftr children and CA t l dUntWtinOw t(4 5triN '~ lce rr
I ~ t, uth*l-an&r hi 9 sibu `1 (he Cof aiit'bL1
Fn kuurmeeadlults j W MceCollum di ca. to W41010' so P100 n", l.''l 0 be
an shmdd ~sk InS beW&aa. Ilt.. Devlls, Marelh !0 -A U" of fto. *.e.. u- we nd m'
'4!~-0-i w-1- 410 til amiek? a"e 410u1101~ ?A
sh~lal p b~ 11 u,4 risitale11 tLee as'It lil 'f~it'lO t SJ Is~. Bacl a -takf l I s i mit rkvywftMilo the re ap" auiou e %. lit ;- "'tfurlly r
a liatte trQ "a THINIK. Ago ~* .- Maete eolfr* LI md 1tagi#a*110 X. V. r i I MAlliv the 'Sjet "it AllI.'
in~ Ito tow~u A" It ousm a ted "inr vie l 1a 0 j! FRo MEMBER SCHOMl. B"IARD
0, t oe ,m t ' a;%se p ofe mt h i et" o ei t-b. a co I I.., I7't14 orttu lly a fhlm ea mly "e U
that 11ty '1t 1 0 "-Atif, :'a A w* b~te of My ahhgt v wi the sillyp. Irv. ,.. r%#~tf as. 4bamist

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SAN NaU S WOUND.
The Hard Luek That Wae Handed Out
to the Old Veters.
On one of the volunteer ranges in
the north of R gland Ib a well known
old Irih sergeant, who has charge.
It may be mentiolodd that he went
through three wars-the Crimean. the
uIdian mutiny and the Chlneee-and
during the whole of that time never
received a single wound.
Old W., as he is ailed. occaslootlly
acts as a marker at the targets. and
his utter reckleeanm has become a
proverb.
He has bees known to walk forth
from behblnd the mantelet without the
slightest warning and towoc up a bulle
eye which did not quite Natstfy him or
to note the exact poaltion of a ahot
At all remonstrances be would salf
eouteuptuously.
"Me be shot? Meor he would ask.
"Why. I've bin through three war-eo
and was niver shot yet. Pahl Pbwaft'
a bit o' lead flying through the air?"
And be would assume an atr oft die
gust
It actually occurred, however. at
last, and be was shot through the
shoulder.
For a moment, as frequently b .-
pens with rifle shots, such is their ter-
rible force. be did not know be was
struck; then when be observed the
blood streaming down his sleeve be
commenced to walk down the range.
right n the line of fre.
It was seen that something was
wrong, and they hurried to meet him.
As be did so be tottered and had to be
carried.
"Sbotr' he groaned, with a look of
shame. "Shot and by a Saturday after-
Don soidler."-London Tit-Bits.

QUEER TEACHING.
A Glimpse of the One Time Methods
In S.eteh e*heole.
To the work of supervisor of schools
In, Scotland Mr. John Kerr devoted a
number of years. In his book, "Other
Memories, Old and New," be has et
down some amusing llustrations of the
unintelligent way In which the school
work was sometimes conducted.
The revised code of education which
' as Introduced in 18O made provision
for nothing but reading, writing and
arithmetic In their barest forms There
was no sUggestlon about grammar, ge-
ography. history or Intelligence In any
study. Explanatiotl of the reading lee-
son was nout demanded, and therefore
it was neglected In some of the schools.
The following is an example:
The lesson was one giving an as-
count of a clever dog which had res-
cued a child from drowning. It was
said that the dog was caressed by the
parents of the child. I asked what was
the meaning of the word "caressed,"
anud the answer came at once, "Made
of fond led."
On referring to the list of words at
the top of the page I found the ex-
planation given was. "made of. fon-
dled."
Wishing to find out If any child to
the class had got a glimmering of the
meaning, I went frota top to bottom
and got from every child nothing but
"made of food led," pronounced as four
words. to which they attached no mean
Ilg whatever.
The teacher was sarpried that I was
not stismed with the Intelligese of
i. I...


A Tsmases bheke
Roger. the gmt nt# WNW. las.a m
ettvosouL.Taw sprow m intwo he iem
at sany hiIot. "lwhetosr dsm2ml a
mot. On ome *@am*" Ie*m was a
tar 1,200 france to sbq gat the hoome
of a wealthy "andIr. Susrm his
lSt meg magmlicemy. bet assos
paid his thelighow t ama
an go"" enthwIsedmetaWte& s
ast I'eesstly the hadI-Ohe
time had 94=mefor aota-- soemsea
sms for Seper.noe souad bn ommi
ml that evading Was eeam to s.
Megt &Iam thee a as" otrhusm.
emin~awd 30MUboomThe mats
pas e Imet hUe or nesem S
boodswhichI ruaId ted hr g at
Fm towna aid I bwhIs meto
so asme therete fr b""so ~s wa
- the avm of y
W-14:06" e eeeri-Uda'
A Lftmsf YwW
oWhky. johnny." mid Use. vMt~m
owft are law 6sbg hereat ham?
O~em." hluwb i ld obway. 0%0the
ON ftI got --- tThe bow* Walwo
bow1*mUweto mae mW410 at
bow. &W 1came -flarwi'e W~vbIV


ed theabls ld

-1 gw4, ia *~saw*i ohm"two#
- r.d vp*Wq 0 - LestevIs Cue.
jp mA I
-A9Im 0 0
Mea. Km oft.mq dw fm
"M"I 4 e Now
K SAW eamomesctom
-" = sw m m


Caiito for Unsu
d Fbrili


No feetion, ac=ine or rtas, brought
him out. Hie.am out as a candi-
date alone and single-banded. He will
be glad to receive the support of the
corporations. of the anti-corporation a,
the prohibitionists and the anti-prohi.
bitlonlats, of the local optiontuts. the
Christians and the Jews and of the
Gentiles, the "Publicans and sinners."
Hie would even accept the support of
the Pharisees.
The corporations cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the corporations. Neither
should be allowed to oppress the other.
Capital ia organized, labor should or-
ganize.
The license tax law licensing each
little enterprise should be amendAd In
order that taxation should bear more
evenly.
Article XIX of the Constitution pro-
vides for Local Option. The qualified
electors (not the Governor) approve
or veto constitutional amendments. He
Is not on the "recently constructed
band wagon."
He commenced life working in
Quincy. Florida, at a salary of 115
per month, and boarded himself. He
han himself been a hard-worklng.
struggling man and ho knows what It
means in others. lie has never mar-
ried. he has always had obligations.
Ills life has been spent more In
thoughtful consideration of other peo-
pie than of himself. lie feels sure
he will be elected "If he gets enough
vote He done not propose to trade
off a lhgle office. There is honor In
being Governor. If It is tainted with
dishonor be does not want the office.


POLITICAL ANNOUNeCUET8S
--- --------AL---- -

FOR MARSHAL.
take this method of announcing
my candidacy for re-election as City
Marshal at the election April 14th.
19u i hav*e endeavored to perform
ma duty wUithout fear or favor, and
would appreciate the support of mY
fellow-eltumD, poMWliW- the su as
tetlaU to e ie of e Soei in
the future as In th pat. Tasb. .
you for past support, and soeltla
your vot at the aconiml *lic I.
am. Very tsmly.
UN T. ARNOW.
II -


I hereby naaceso e syNelf a aa
date for City Mashal t a Me eleas
Ito be hMM ta the 14th day .1 Aprf,
lto. I prle if elected to os avor
to do the dtle required by the Or.
ames as ar as I pestbly ms, sad&
I soicit the oes of at iaw4hiw s


To ta Votae at Oalesvi e-I tael
thi meteol of mOmdAul I my asl@
ay taor Marsa of te Cety of Oamsn
viTeo. IBha ebe a e workt as
a S Ier. peNos yrm m ad yet
itlerowa while yme were sleep or
abo t there years. and leave t I* ymo
I to whether I have |prHui d y
doty weo, sad w th haptWgltr.
I tlha I hat bebe le Meg at
fWg wt o be esmae to a v
am IoIf i yieai 4=aotit
Sapa il -a .i l .
fto mew. ____ C Kf


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omo aa.a


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G.AINKSTiLLS. PLA.


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Dalt3 a. MORRI,.

CS.DENTIST....


Ofie over latnawlie ?4 matzt.i0l: kallk


*DRS. ALDERMAN & PEA IWI.,


DXXTISTS.


Office over Dutton & C-' < tank,
Phoue 180,. alnsvillh. 'la


T.


S. ELI8, JR.,


ATTORNEY.AT.L. %%


I OMMU.LU,


0 0 iLO.)tIDi


BAKRR, KATHESON &


k AXTER


ATTORNEYS-AT-LA w,
.SOLICITO)RR IN CHA NCERY.


GAINESVIILLL hlaehua co,
Ofe. in Holumme lihtvk.

FREk~NANID BAYSER,
ATTONEY AT IW


I GAWVLLN,


PL),


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Om sell yoor llty prorprty, (ino
preod and nmnimproy d), phoophate,
treekla mad farmaig leadsl. $end his
allut ofwhat yoe offsl tor Ie. 1lit
3 A. OARLISLB,
AT7ORN3Y AT LAW
Aad SoliltelBa I quitl

oa' state, Oolovemn ing and Gem.
e*i PV otle. .Aill bWtiOme promptly
attonded to. 0il-w aet door to Sua
Wooe. jaIwswuLa. PLOSMA.


FMANK CLARIlK.
CLARK&


IPrctie oil


TOMSW. '. P'KlDmo
FIEI. INO


lawyers.



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state m


ON*"aover o (efaevue. i N Id bsin11.
QAIVYILL FIUDA


ALACHUA COUITYI.l


Alahu eaeosty Is 01,40O rls In
mile, I msem lles limur I0
mies rea p N

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snma
Jacksonville and New York,
a lngsONAILSMNW!O& .,..both wqs.
itfls nldat hbils stM Cea se wiw

Otyde N~ew Englaud and 6outhern Lines
Freigbt :4erIe e .vJAIJKbINVII.LK. tBt18'lN and
PatOVID&NOK, aSd All eawsro Pointa.
Calling at (hareetwon both ways
8IL~tI-W KX.L 1 A 1LaWGS
dloushtbfuod.... Fronti Lewis' Wharf, BDets.
t40wthtbountt .... From Foot (if Washiiritona at.. Jabohonfilie


Clvde St. Johns River Line
tietweWn J aCKUONVILLa 1 aseid tANWrOInD
i0opplng aS i'alaiaa, Asiur, IereOford (llraiud), ltI luterm'dtate landing
on 80. Johns River.
Steamers CITY OF JACKSONVILLE', and "FRED'K DE BARY'
are appointeild to Ail as follows: Lrave JA4MljVII.li, daily exeept
laturdlay, ai t8:0 p. m. Returning, Ul. ve All thUIon, 4aily
*eioli Sundaji, atl Iutu a. in.
loesasousi. InMR IIg Norihbu.
mea dow. U Ros up.
Leave : p. m ........ .. Ja.k.ovTille .... ...e.. ...De 06:00pa.a
Leaveo9:00 p. m. ....... ........... .t al U ........ ...... L ave 10:00 p.
Leave 3:00 a. i .. .. Astor........ ........ Leave 4:00p.mI&
Leave ............... .... Iloresford (Dela tliud .. ...L .Lave 1:00 p. L
Due 9:00 a. m................anforti..... ...... iL e 10:00a.m.
Due 10:i0 a. m. ............... Enter prie..... ... .... L.tove 103IO0a.2L
Pasnenger and Ticket Offoee, 121 West Bay Strt. Jaekeenvillie.
H. R AYNOND. Vice-Iresidunt and Ueneral Manager. New York
H. h. MAYNARD. r. T. M. A. C. IIAGERTYT O. P. A.,
Pier 84. N. R., New York. Pier 38. N. R., New York.
1.. S. SCROHLO, C. A.. F. M. IRONMONOUR. A. 0. P. A.,
Leeeburg. rla. JaokeovUle, Pva.
L. D. JONES. T. F. A.. JOHN PENDURMI T. P. A.,
Jacksoenville, Pla. Jacksoeville. ria,
C. P. LOVIAL AS ent, Jacksonville. FIn.
General Offlte, Pier l6. North River, New York.


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take. It ik gaz'at..'d.J- W- .Me hasiix gctin' forthW I~urpxoec of attondi i M-n.
"wet IW, aflu Smint Tbe metal shod rocnuili eompk'tv4 't~ok lit vi ~ty~ag. from throwing .Csintbci'u'.rid taehttei j
0" e VAOr& temtd arOund tbO 0"tSIanOilleNath"Si 0411111 a t tho diell ables with IbailWto h
badvas vw 4dGT I e1 %P* 4buidiosrl (swI s %"S Pa I Of jtotiat big sho* and were %ur i much
O" war. A No peekagY ..bea~hc l Wadel eOd rqW'ly to 11A ApJ.Ir I~Ip"%4e'
te OfeN mLau. eeatwe Thla shod w~l il rftie a5 Elt et W iJ ealpatperof TAxnII' who F i t Nio a B a k
Iflr wt rna toth taryng esrla. I WI ~ ~-11 I'm C the 14t two or o n
the *'@d eOW mmiIW'Uhis-F. three' 4*' to attleadalstat the Co-r INm
-~~~~ - ~~ok'iaon 0f tieAX01sumloaawe l va'm. ANRILFSI~
I mm'A* S .LAturned to his hom re wtvarl ~Mr
('arvernter % oW vas sta. of thelb# ______"_
Don't BeWDDU pM Notbudit -sut* Wa Uepsoursiar
On baVE4itiqwithouvall b~~~ as vmsa!aavolveels Inthis CitY whi' aOp"l w Pmb $to* owarpmsdr reebt S~,U
"&Am k Yom cah". baes'. Pke of 4M Walways gladi to welcome Lint We O opaaali l to hatl.ve ,"ovtwr Wj, east 1"1 ".111 Ui ~ isht1W
lards dbw4A lkUi that ewillq gOw A, 1. Ke-44. dE.WO011 1"Wste vt4 ''i; ii 518s7u1K
S esabasts...Iakg \wMrr. JOU00. Canumawi1h"" to "re-36" bb agrOCWery smtoubIFm! Pw to bwo pW is W. ~b
v (iX c"seiW. PWOIC (1041, 6X&Vmak ned f~tsr phac aud or-gems.- _______
eansmo mtbguOW sad g~iW s4 # Ldk atad".11wci *i Sematss of all hins& af
a~b~-ii~. e~l ~h ~ lu ~ for 1I# ye shis ot"pamile j ~'h ft~~e y~~t" ee.Va-w
tbwmb.v~. iu'OM.KAN D KU ZtX qwpr or I-ON&* 11siIofesb to a" 9II-STay ko, (,Qwli owO'aa, t Am1 CAsiw.
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I i Mr. rl Mr s. hotoide Warrenand / 8,Il
7,*O Captalk a. Pal have returned from a _lx=
SIBconom e oof flour, out* brief vilto Jacksonvulle.
te an UN" tip *lld8Ulto R H. OCato, formerly of this city
crk ad banut ow o Alachus, was minitig, Feb. 14th our deposits were .......... .. .$200,160.40
cakeappwith ri rends here Tburay. ec 3rd our deposit were.............. 152,557.25
Ing, a It l anmd who a Mr. Walker,after a pleasant __
Svisit to frleng In ths city, has N -.,
taris to erhoome t CodarKey. Net gain in deposits........ ......... 47,03.15
SMr. sad Mrs. J. A. losborouth and
s48, VPrI, of Wlndagr. spot yete"
SANY to city with relatives a"d
S baby's c .roup. Will'.. daily Thees ie Nat i
OW and balles, imm's o al w.throati. T eIIAw N% W
' ll T. W., NANA iP1
possties W A-th*great bouseh
P,.h pe one adore employee I the
a t' ar t m nd of your a business.
It as mW **aWed, get the "right one"-
1 / fa t ek y a ad wanit sd. are, "" T W*'
A L L Ly fU l Q, W. Holmes has opened his .
_- N the Bakawt b-to* and i 5 Cats Per Line w '' "
This, is the only baking ,*O w L to tr *. or ...u a ls is ..t
der*ad fro Ro al ZtbtSins of the eye. He slarantees fthe lasrtion., but no advertised. -
powder made fromRo yal .,, .., .........-,-- ., ,,, .o. O.YS.--.
der madefromto Satisfactioimeat n takefor IOsthan 20 ents. al
rpc CMrcam of Tartar. Je.H. Bro of Key words me...ai......; no fractional les, 'OYTERS
West, aft e a brief but pleasant visit ry yor ea h I counI n M ALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLES
to Mrs W. B. Taylor to this city,
It Has No Subs titM l day for Jacksonville where allln. cASI advance *
I she wiN jota her husband. must adoompamy all orders for Ilun Choice Steaks and ChopS, Drip Coffee
1 waM t e s s .erf 4 M AmaII n those who came to the city 1:10 De8vilinled Crabs.
i her jb imy em-s n e 1 3Mw :to attoad the circus Thursday BenFORRENT.Weeplo one of the bt e
*i THilan, a clever young man of Ro- t F the bu-emp-so boy or teneeritenced cook
i!hdoe. While here Mr. Tllman re- HOUS PFOR RENT-Apply to J. W. The bet equipped sad ldes restaurant in
newed hs bscription to The Sun. T 'thecrty. If you want realoookli by a .A
o I Vidal at drug store. 00oo. wHo snows *emEN wirlve u
Misses imma Curry and Allie Ma- l.a-i- n~-the markett atort you ucan i
loy of Lumber Bridge, N. C., and Miss STORE FPOR RENT. postoffice block. lbere.
B** Try ber' pure leon and va Jane Thon of Greenville, N. C., are Apply to J. W. McCollum. Wedo aot promise somethla for nothir..
WI wea erf & IIIe. 17-in the city, guests of Miss Maloy's ----- ----- uoma w rl ual rse by t.
eUft C. H. Whtaer of Jrkye"vllo ww a Mr ., 8. M. Dvis, East Mai week. Place for t dles. eatl n and chu
b.laeI C NEoE v stor to GoavilYoder- y.How to make Suiday's dinner easy bOR SALE-Plvegallon safety gaso- ..
Sto prpe: Get a nice rost from J. line can. Apply at Sun office. UMAAt
"L-- abor trats for ask at t o. knG noawshotfomt
&W atsow" Nil6t" oge; e per doses, or $3 per bhna aold.e Ie knows bow to cut le h PFOR BALE-Black record carbon type le- ls NNo t
i 0R ded pe doety. Call 'phone No. 35 and writer ribbons for legal work at
St gua ranted o y he. The Sun offie.
PIMOONAL AND' OCIAL ITEMSn ore ean l, fove. colds and lagrippe. J. Y. Bradley and Or C. Fraser of FOR SALI--Ten acres at Orange ner
%, % ,PH -Mk Alachoa wore among those who come Heights: The Ne of Sw1 of Nw% Suveni Sht Pictures
WhtMa H Mappened ad What Is JaWs N. D. Walwright of Starke to Gainesville to attend the quarterly See. 8. T. 9. R. 22 E. Make me an Souvenirs, Sut Picures
ft" % HOP". i s ewsie o .a the t,, agest of Mt. and mrs. Meeting of Stonewall Camp, U. C.V., offer. w. F. Knowles, Jameso. and Picture n.
gipir Tha *e Wi w M W ilt yesterday, at which meeting both were ani ,ct F es
SsrieW O Whoe ug tJ.P. ? HTry. a prominent sawmill elected as members. WANTED.
eS 1f' It l The u4. opersr of Hawthorn, splot yesterday The Scrl loys haven't left town-
Try Pneasylvils Buckwheat In In this e1ty oe bueM --the m here to stay, as this Is WANTED, to rent. by April 1, seven 10 Un W(
blk. Sabdm&rs & 1a1rt. Mln W. F. YTocum t yterday for their hgme. Their guarantee o or eight-room house In good real- GIURULL FLOIDA
Pare JborJaream and milk. Pine Jaok"slIe. Whee hm e will be the plumbing work still holds good. Olve dence section of Gainesville. Ad-
GlOev Dairy. 'pBs M 40. SutMe oMr. A. 1P. aloae. them a call on East Main street, op. dress "P." care Sun.
M. J. Ward of Taeo ls spet re D. Mcvllin of Albion was among poltoe the mostoflce. - *.
tarday In the Oiy e0 besta s. the pilraet Levy county folks who A vere cold that may develop Into WANTED-MALE HELP. U |T
Coto hbe t fr m a spmt Th day lI this city. pidenuoal ove nlht can be cured WANTED-Men to learn barber trade; iiR O LLS
breQ bsas trip to Midanoep. It D. Medlin lf home from )Vllis quickly by taking Foley's Honee and few weeks required; best paying
Try MWIa's maw a- omethtag aloe tee, whe* bhe as boee to look after Tar. It will cure the meet obstinate work within the reach of poor man; *m i Ti for S
for breakfast sadWs & e. his dltaeOlve mlling latertrs. ralking cough a strengthen your can have shop with small capital;
Jia. A. A m i spedlig a fqw ree thousand rang oly 10a lungs. The ronulno 1I In a yellow wages from $12 to $20 weekly; T now what to heye oir l,.' "1 '
days In South l orMa om business. : Wdom while tey Ie--larlt sweet pMkag. J.W. McCollum Co. wonderful demand for barbers; cat- 'pIhone us and we will deliver to your
J. L Mela. o Jk. and jle'y-at Reder's Store, West The Scrugjs Boys have moved alogue mailed free. Moler Barber home Hot Rolls, Breed, Csakew ami
jovillo. wheite lehas r bee m a a bu Unilot street. their plumbing shop to Frank Roux's College Atlanta. Ga. I'ies every evening. You can't I'-
l wtripeo. a A. H. Montgomery of Tyler, travel old stand. on. Iast Main street. S., op ,
non trip. g s uperlttemdent of the Tyler lum. ipo'lte the Postofce. on account of Rev. M A. Clonts, formerly of this KETSTU VM KERT
Two thoasd oUrSages only ledeo a r Company, was among the bustanes seeni a larger shop. They are pre city but now residing in Key West. Phone 15. R. T, hafr, Prop.
vi h dt Rtoatosaetielle yesterday. a to tie you bls on all kids who has been here attending the con.
Fre S*t The MisseN OGalkie. readers and of aork ln the plumbing, stem andd vention of the Florlida AnU'Saloon ----
That fradd loom Mo o paet lo tlouautst have arranged a date for sttg liine. gLeacue. left yesterday afternoon for '
a "pasylag bash" at sacs, with the help e opera hose am next Friday even. Friends of Mrs. C. F. Goodman. who Micanopy. where he spent the night. SAWYER ft SAV~r
of a elaselbd d,' lng, further medtlos of which will be has ben seriously il for the past two He expects to return to Oalneavllle U 1
J. 3. Wells, M Vemable and '. given later. or three ksha. will tb gratlfled to today, and will return to his Island .. ..
Carl, all of Arh. Wre* vlltors to r. w a* and r. W l. learn that hr condition is reatly im- City home the flrct of the coming
(thewthOa ThetIt. liraae Mwa l soI ppIla In the proved. While the ptlent la uot yet weTk.
GaiIesvIlle ?hw.sdar. I ifsu @7 'ealdwet re. shuorn Inthe fmentirely out of danger yet her condi.

Caprtoal Mr. Knrl llkt, w hoife and i ty yesterday. Mrs Hanarl bought t ttnton of dra ------ -- FR DAILY--
sa. bMaste Abt. are lf o the a ity hew atrole U. C0. Irs vis t u. con. r 6lahia Iop e of the l ^ h


days. will be pleased to tem that her give yo a tid. The knlu So.., o.id. and moot wMely-koown Ineur- N ek^ t la ln Mk-if-tun u. eral nd De orativ.
codltlon is pIatly i proved. opposite pot.e. on a Kst Mal t auce men in this action. repr-eutinl ront, and ln mvln a port rion o l P aiy.
Th'e rScus Boy. are Abstha si up Sa number of the odMst and most r- your ianing. We pay F.or IVr t7 W. grTI--l .-tM
thre bIg pteuip jb s and have Orii LaMativ raidt Syrup is a new liable comripnes of the country (1't ite^~ cn.ompounie.l ,uartlrrly. JMtKUYl ,
)ust latd d the McCortlek job On rlbedt, an ItIgoveml nt on the laa W.m iar ard. Chase A lMarks and _____ I.
Wet Mita rgBt l.. wMeh la a alOett ( mtfer yearr als it dest no Chad i I tamny., a trio of Waldo ... .. T-Sraph an| Mail Orden .etu


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