Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01841
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 1898
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01841
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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Seminary-A Staeiit

Gainesville. Alachua Count3

Academik Building.
SUnion, three years of which I spent
u- at the East -Florida Seminary. The
i -Seminary, in my opinion, compares
d favorably with the best institutions in
all that constitutes a good school, and
especially in its military featur.-, which
Sis much above the average.
S"Theschool is well manager under
its present head."
Fromn Captain F.J. Kernan, Acting
Judge Advocate, United States Army:
S"The Eat Florida, Seminary, with
itseentral and unsurpassed location,
its long years of useful work behind it,
and its military feature, deseryes well
the patronage of those parents who
have boys to educate."
From Lieutenant Charhs 0. Mor-
ton. United States Army:
"In my opinion the East Florida
Seminary is now, and is destined to
continue, one of the finest school in
the Smouth.lL"

The department of m,1; thI-maties L-
under the charge of Cap-aaiu Gerg6-e
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Es Florida

Col. Edwin P. cater.uperint.n .
Clonel Edwin Cwt r.-the sudtr-
haed t, h t zrr s, an the Iildn4 i B- lie oldt
t h~ or l3e l l o i v e r i t y, : "t t eh cr o ,. .M G :
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in ehfrt v of Eait< a. I ; N. I- .- o Far;', r- *
ihas -h c ri e f th i lr t i 1, in Latin add i
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rs and all non-rtZfsient male student-s .
- a have thtir rooms, and the building i I-. :
-.; a d a --a ti o arranged a S to rv-uder. ille. _al h .. .. : h .-- h
completing localities GainesV;ille was r ence front urters alrnio inpcsN-i- in f t an. r ,. .; r - : .. .. .:.; .
selected for the -tocition of the "Odd. ble. i % "
F e llo w z N a tio n a l S fi ta r i u m a n d B o th u ild u g a r e li -e d b .V. l-r. ) S ." . .. A. .. ,I -- it -x .-: .-
Hom e," and that a beautiful and A ... ri !A te tl:-, Y.t t i l t- r-- : u -- : : .
: -- ,..uullA Dia ry. Se nooL . I- ; .
commodious building has been r.rec- -d r t l of r Eat tl.u-.:,l*,:,> e -
.. .. z' ., ; !. tid r the law ,, of r -iorida, F _ast tijj l qt.. : : "-. :':: : "
teA a nd has been opened fur th e re- .i.e . t ,,. 1, t .. :,
"*ption.of its intended in .ate-. our i lorida maina is orgawized as a for ear.?..ltn -ai i,.. : . ; ..p..
% -" "-: s r nlltta--ry sch-,oL. -The daih'- routine of: Huuatrtil t,\ i" zra
to be convincing proof thait the Uity-s) *= schooL The daily routhi of- Hudt Of -. 1 \, ,.-
d duties, from reveifle to tattoo, is i fae- ,wn-u h tvi 1-. ".
r e p u ta ti n fo r h e a lt hlfu l i e is w e l r:t:w h t h r" virle derve. :ordanee With the rt uirkm en!,zof a "-ho e- .. ..
dere. z_ ..... ...:military reg ime. The daily tri'l i !reSjrn.biliti,.-. "i'J t>. .
Pu tnermore, the loft ton. 6: c r-ntha. --_ "-. - -,: ,.s ta ,,."
uitermore, the location s central onlV one feature of this routine-is life, have rhoet -r h'i ,.s i
Four lines-,of railroad in actual opera- .. h r -, -1:
r .. 'th e o n ly o n e n o t.. d i.rev tly eo n n eete l !-j p ,nt.e j I Ai n -1 T ... .E 1 t _:_ .1 .
tion render i easy of a -ces from all e o y o e nle d- m in" t a,.n, r l ITI .
parts of ie State. i w i the acadc c-z-txk: a idI cannot n-,I work in tl--v-ari us ,-r -...,' x .;, f,. *' I' ,
S o t at t e r- -I
& w ....,. _a .. r .. p _iblv iti- : re with' Ihe- st udi-e; of
A well-regulated city government, Pil ittere ih .he udie of of the great hi-v i-,-i ",:-",
in the hands of earnest and capable th ad s. .au l are -. hin,mor t,, h ., ":- .
o f e i ls,"" r e n dle rs" G"ille" a d r a-. - T h is. o r a niz a t io u, i s, as t d fo r th e f o .- WFr a:u L ,,n XV -.
offici-ls, rt-fiders Gadintsyille a -de--iraJ, 11 altiu ^ ore rn<,w.-l?,t:. :, ,. .
ble place of residence for studtn's lowing rea'-ons: periutend-et Pnbt i-brr!i-. : i,: ., ,
i '.rst-It giLT-s to stUdenL-s sui.,eiior "- -have wateh.- .1 ". V;1- -,
BuilJings and Grotindsm. -physiealdevehljitut, and atthe mSae East Flh.da Yz "
TIhe Semiiary buildings, consisting time iiakes ti::-tsiri *re earitst -,, dno-t li&-aAh-. t_ -.'i-: iL I .
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(Tbmnildant of of iist Fuor-i
69..aiauryr a u m etar gin thS
Uated Stiates oufe s ta and (7avalb-|
School, Fozt. Lear eworth,-Kansas;-
-0-A the htaff of Major-GeneraI 31i c
Y u u the- W-at with i4ni. anud.
ofi-weiIdeqit w two brev.t ran s, fir _t.
AenendL for grallsntry on tefedad
-y the fiel st-
&r_ geeral-m e rtorious se rviee during .
_th- e el pei. inlCuba and Porto Capt|-e aig' ticLyu-n: -e Hill. [ .'it1 s-
IMI. Lynch a graduate tif East F1, 5s a
"Aa 'the mtatagemnntof the East Seminary, elpes ofll th and-wf wa i .. -
FlWd &aminary, I have no emament qualified for this work by several CaomoA.P eMorrow. [
he .... t !ay- departentof the tMYears SpeCtialeorn of KtudyV. Th1 Colonel A.iP. Morrow., U. Arnyv the Freneh army during the autui.tm
l u qarlihepaltfle.. i o ef istituion o e f retired) Ias been detailed b:_e the of- l',, and- .o tlT "-s"l-ti'"- -"f

-Tfacrtid ani~_departmeon|(t of aB studN-4ewbalthulp i 0 pan tino tesr ofi'rs -in r ti nui.tedrely an adt ale brae plane anil ,olid geometry, Seeretary of War a Conmmantdant of that duty wa, iw u J1. aI ITi t"- Ii
-.to iBt-t 3 t 6 u it epnnaie 2_it4 an la ne and a ar a n .. . ." .* p a. d -, l J
de tc sec tionsad and Instru td In t ltF rv . tor _N-1" J
t i q Ofb-pt m beone oe s aend pl 0ane and sphefri- Cadet and s inro fa in Militar- V &i.7Milirgr tem and regliarityjeal txigonometry. Sou- cienee at East Florida Seninary.- Gn ral of the Arny. ]eing r
ervadeey banch and feature of! "" -" ecatlo.. " t (Colonei Morrow entered tJhe re.:_-u- lie ved from the ast .-ition at h-
the 9rhooud propte at tei- i GaintsVille poveail the charla- lar riasaptain of theevnth own request e wa r.nt-tcd Lieu-
o arem v-irtis inculkatrd in every teristies which r ndele a place ds-sira C'avalrv, JulV r, 1S;%. was promoted teuant'oInO of the Sixth C avalry it
S aws of the vdet'*s exiteneed-. The |ble as the location of an eduational -.Major of the Ninth (-avlrv, Mart-.h Denewlr 17. I-!-L and wva- pr,;mtd:
drill fnhthful exereimeof the institution. -, 1, was designated as one of-the tonwl ,f th, Third-Cavalry. Feb-I
bm n kind.; .. . th ug -cntttn an In w ... .
.... daa though-ontitutiwn Jan IinhealthfulnesK -it cannot ie Isur- oftfieerstowitness the ianteuvers of ruary 1 l41.
exteadeld e rs-ne of military training, paed by any loality in Florida, or at tui wa.uie wr. r "
dthe- -are n4 al- n t-d -to treneh uwpon in -amy other State. aTis ir proved ay o an atemi- buiing and a ,htrmi- '' .,' ther e, hi r.
: .. t .id y -: . i -
the timeriired fr -udies. The. the health record of FAst Florida torv for. the residence fi stusiete, andt :_"- d It on-ts p-" q n :-!-
. ...._'': .. ... ..,~ __ -. .. . __ ._ ",- { u____ ,,' riit.n t ,tl. f'u ? r* aSi. 1 z'ri t],t ;L., i-' I
-----. pi firm and exa ating, but t_- uinary. With a large annual at- ta --hers, are handsome, eomnit.4 u: r ". -aj6 Il-
Ia t n i a. 0* to -- d r 1| eer.aw aw |o I- ialtl 1-t. I
. tk man d b a ed u p on th e lori r ip le I te n d a n t e fo ,r t e V w e y -a rs. a n d a d t mirA b ly a dta p test to th e ,,, r- -" L I " d "! a
hat at boy ,l -- et - i h tb n i d te, f TI thii--Ir ha- tiaeititt. in m l- at a
..tky ,ultivattdl-in order that it ot. A' r-kne.*. .- " The "tvnun,17--" are an tIfe. andl th"" rl _wa ast .nr--,th .t.ile.... "-1- _i: i
Ar itt.i ,L re altot h
-b e th e t! # d i fo u n d .a t io n o f s - h t mf a tr wa s v l e -o~a~ i ,u n d a r ,, 1r r,,,a t ,v I l lia f n k t in : O w = r -r "! "
-l~~~ll~~~ll "Th po._ .rn' Ile otis~wV_ ,gri-.i'-iid -, ~ ~ d -,-a:.
[N-tween the-- Atlantic nd te u at-"" T it I: ,. 3,a- ia i'1, -.i
... -rom -Captain .Vharll A., i'umtt. it a rllinrte temnpered, by r ,a A t-arefu Irv n,t it..' ,t '' I1 -. e l-, i- i: !
-- nited tqaeArm-v tretire'd li'rr that have tw n ro i'ed of their tile t -,nn -ti,,n vi-izh th,.. -v ..xTy *"":
V:i"d--. nimpis -t5 :. o t .,'c-,',,r
'Iliare fo. tWentr-re .... .eard 114 n I ,.anspiess.and have. at the sae time- of -aIerU.,rk. -em-e zi .af-:-,,,- -. ....
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2EMBER 18, 89IS. -

0l & Coleg ate Jlite

r, Florida.

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No state in the Union ha made-rially augmented by the operation of
m- we rapid strides in the advancement a sub-district tax in each of twelve
of tlet:cause of education than Florida, districts in the county;. The funds
aad in this mo-t commendable work accruing from thdedistrictsaggregate
Alachua leads all ,other counties in -$3,000 annually. -
Ihis L tate. A county institute is held annually
Ea-t Florida -Se-huri at Giinesville, and every teacher is
urged to attend and participate in the
R at- Fiorida_ emnayOjh s ate Gievle ndeeytahri
._t- 'orida Seminary, the state exercises of a carefully prepared pro-
military and -cipllegiate institUte, st-
mnaitaryn -this city, stands amongtit-te, sit-am. -Generally some note educator
u fed in th city, stadsamong is engaged to lecture on such occasions.
foemost of it. kind in the South.. Ine county is divided into four lo-
- It high reputation as a school o cal districts, and an institute is held
learning, combined with -it iid, monthly at some- point in each of
though-paternal, military system, has them.
from-ear to year inded many of the Among the largest schools in the
- yo me of the country into it county is the Gainesville Graded and
fold. -The air of refinement and ehi- High School, with- an attendance of
valrie manhood engendered by the30.Te County Board employs in
wis~nnturof hisscholstrngt-300. .-The County Board employs in-
wie nurture-of thia school,. strength- thi chool eight te-tachers. The next
eued by intellectual culture of the- in rank is canopy, which is a hand-
highest and -best, has placed the stu- some building worth $5000 having an
dents of the Seminary foremost among attenda-ce of 100. Hawthorn also has
our eit7ery. a beautiful structure and 100 students.
The military training and instrue- building is worth t3000. Melrose
tion of this institution is above the Terol-ld00 pupils. Waldo and High
average, being under the personal sn- Springs have each an enrollment of
Lpervision of army officersdetailed by 150 students, with an efficient corps of
zhe War Department. The -neatness teherL.
of person, erect marriage, manly .

bearing and natural vigor of the stu- I
denits are in marked contrast to the
contracted figure and poorly developed
constitution of the average youth
whose physical education is neglected.
The great work accomplished here is
to be found in a review of the roster
of the officers of the First Florida
- liegient from colonel to corporal,
Sand in the rePort of the Secretary of
War plating this regiment among the
first in discipline, health and soldierly
bearing of the eighty-one commands
mstered out of service.
The curriculum of the school is
biroa-pracetical and sound. Each de-
partment is in charge of college men
speially prepared for their respective
work in the class room.-
In addition to the business and
S- classical courses,- the Seminary offers
ex-:eptional advantages to the -young
Teacher ambitious to lead in his call-
ing. The classes are so arranged as to
give the highest instruction in all
branches required for examination for
first grade county and state certifi-.
-. ae s / ; -'
The present year of the seminary is
brightened with the prospects of being
--one of the most ucce aeful in its his-
tory, having already a fair representa-
tion from the various sections of- the
state and seven students from other
state --
Tbe distinguished Eleves of the col-
Tege speak volumes for the pure and
lofty character of its management.
The love and sincere aJmiration felt
-by every old student of the institution
for the- superintemdent is a splendid
trilwit&3he Uia tefatlabl. effort" ex-
erted by tbis scholarlyy and cultured
gentleman in his twenty-two years cf
S administration. -
The East Florida Seminary gives
GAinsvitle the indisputable right, to
the reputation as an educational cen-
.- ter, and- every ambitious young man
aind woman In our -state exceptional
opportunities lor a first-class col legiate
and normal education-
tss Tereaes Sebool.
Mxiai Tebean's Day and Boarditug
School was established in this city a
-quarterofa centuryago, and- haibeeu
sumteesaful from. the start. The location
of the s-ehoo-l is admirb'e being in the
centre of the city and easy of access
from all quarters. The building,
which is large. rooimyand well venti-
lted, especially adapted for the pur-
pose for which it is u.-ed. Ti:e prem-
iJeS oCCupy an entire block, which is
--turrmonded by -iaLnt water-oaksz afford-
I ing ample shade antd adding greatly
to the beaiutie and attract ve leal ures
of the jame. The yard is beauti-
fully oruiamented with choice flo-wer"
andahrubbery. The seh ol i% a verit-
able home for children, who, -undei
the sklful directitm of M's- Teeau

and hr aible ai,-sants, rapidly be-

Union Aesdemy.
Union Academy is the leading insti-
tution of learning in. Florida for the
education of the colored people. It
was organized in 1-66, and -has pros-
pered since that date. It was instituted
under the auspices of the Freedmen's
Bureau, but was afterward placed un-
der the control and direction of the
Alachua County School Board.- Its
growth, work and success have been
marvelous. The enrollment has in-
creased from 1-5 to nearly 500. The
beneficial effects of influence exerted
by this school are perceptible on every
hand. The corps of instructors is one
highly creditable to the school. They
are well educated, up on the latest and
most approved methods, -and take a
deep interest in -their work. The
Academy building. originally cost
$6,000, but it has recently been zrcatly
enlarged and improved, mailing of it
one of the most imposing and attrac-
structures in the city.. The education
of the colored people hrs in nowise
been neglected by the school authori-
ties, and the advancement of the
students of Union Academy attest the
fact that that institution has kept
pace with the educational progress of
the times.

To Home Seekers
Every man should strive to secure
for himself and family a comfortable
home. -There is no locality where
more favorable opportunities are pre-
sented for the accomplishment of this
object than are to be found in Alachus
comty. While the great attraction of
Scoiunty s ita adaptability to all
farming purposes, but little less so is
its suitableness for the culture of fruits
and vegetables. The several -lines of
railroad already built and in operation,
with those projected, will cause every
acre of land to become more valuable.
For the Sea Island cotton, Alachtnaea
county surpasses, and for corn, oats,
rcie, and for grain, it equalsany county
in the state. Thousands of acres are
specially adapted to t.esepriduetions.
In the not far distant future these
lands will be-in great demand. Per-
nianent settlers will setk them We-
caus-/ of the enduring strength of
the natural soil and the permanency
of everything condueingtomake them
attractive. Anym nianean succeed and
make-money i-athis county by indus-
try, economy and application to bu4i-
uess. Whatever subsistence he needs
he cam produce at home', with a small
sum of money, enough to pur-chase his
land, clear and- fence, put up his buitld-
gus, and tide him over the. first year
without contracting delpt, his rapid
prosperity will be as-sured. There are
thouands-of people in the over crowd-
Sed cities of the North who are eking
out a miserable existence. whose in-
tere-tA might he greatly promoted by
comninz to Florida. To tM'-w who have


diameter. In the city of (iiihsvi.i-
there are hundreds. of had-omu.-e
oaks from two aud a half to t-r--e f- | et...
in diameter. L. than ioue 1 -ie a,._ j -] I
a half from Gainesville there are imay v
umaguo!i% trets mea-uring fully tihrete -
feet in diameter. and -o the lanii if

Mr.- Freeze, .northwest of mipr e iy.i -
a pine tree at least five feet i di:t-
eter.- There are al-o hickory rtes i -a--
uring from tvwo and a ha- i" tlre|
feet through. In the swamp- o- F--
ida there are cypre- trct-s Ur.,n -1. i.
eitht feet in dimitetttr. Th<,_- i ia',e .
of the foret-z are living wii0n,- ?'- |
what the soil of Alachue cu-uatiry ca j
Droduee. .
Inducements to .*thtlr-. |
Alaehua county ha an a area of UCT |
'L3001 square miles and embrace-- evt1yj
variety of land. including the riI--t
hammock and roiil r p'.- Anry u i
these lands may v b ma- e ava.ie |hi.
brought into cultivation- TIhey iV
produce cea i-_and and .-hort tcott-ou i
corn, cane, oats,- rice. r .ve. and i--d C
potatoes, and in fact nearly all h j
crops that can be grown in any south- 1
ern latitude. Nearly every variety VOf i
fruit is succesfully grown. Th- iham-
mock lands are the most desliratbie fr
the production of crops, bat other
grades of land are being made to paxy
a godd per cent. The vegetable in-
dustry of this county has asnum.;
mammoth proportions. -Hundred- cf
thousands of crate' of veca,-tab-te- a-.- t
annually shipped to east:-rn and we"-_,
ernmarkets. The amount of cap'ta;
in vested in the production of .ttuc, 1
tomatoes, cucumberS, q'-ash. wa.-
melonL, beans, cabbage tir p ant. i
etc., we have no means of dcitc |
ascertaining. the acgrt-gati- whole i
enormous. From th care ra;--d in
this county our farmer produc--- a- 'nec
and pure aunar and syrup as caan -_ e
found in any part of the country. Ont
great advantage this part of Fioriua I
has over regions farther north is that
we have three distinct crop -seasons.
one being clearly off before another is
on. It may truthfully be said that
thesea- crops render beyond question
the :--speedy development of the -coun-
t's best intert -t,. The b&::t informed
mt-un among us predict for Alachua j
coun-y a bright and pro.-pcrws fu1re.4
pron'y..! I5 ujre.
When -the resource of FvhIrlIa -:hall
have been developed -he will stand
without a rival The -tate is now on
the high road to zucccs and the pe-o-
ple of Alachua county wil-b be ,found in
the front rank ,.ihthhe-se -aho are de-
termined to -win. Numerous ra-S roads 5
have already been constru.tcd. and I
yet more and more Lus-t b:- pushed

forward to meet the demand for trans- i
porting to the markets of the ('ountryj
the enormous vegetable and- fruit crops
annually produced. It is particularly
gratifying to note the fact:- that this
part of Florida is being ittledId V' D I
public spirited, enterprisinZ.r eiti ns
from other states. Here they will find
rae opportunities for-the saft invest-j
meat of capital, and will b- welcomed1
by all our people and made .con teted
and happy in their new homet-.
.ODeafness Cannot be Cured-
by local- applications, -.s they cann-t-
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by -coustitutional
remedies. 1Deafness is caused by- an
inflamed condition of the nlUcfu-l' lin-
ing of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inffltued you liave a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely clo-e t deafie-s
is the result, and unless the intllAmin-
is the result, and unless thte inittaDY111-
tion can Ibe taken out and this tu e re--
-tored to its normal condition ihe:ring
will be destroyed forever: Litie C-is,,
out often are caused ,y catarrh whi-hi
is nothing butan inflamed toudithioi
ofthlet' mucus surfact..
We will giveOne llundred I.ci5arP .
for any ca-e of Dleafnuess -au-ed "iv
catarrh that cannot i,,, t' ued ey
fall's Catarrh Cure. .snld for rc u-
lars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tcld,,. .-
S old ty lruggiis. 7..'e.
Hall'' Family rills are the h."t-

Take Laxmt ve Brmo Q=iine TaLbi-et A'
duggsita refund the money if it fais to curve.
25cent. The g ine hoe L. B. _KQ on esih
tablet- _* _, ._


For Infants and Childre

The Kind You Ha


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II.- t.

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tSifeC, poor priipting yrou
I- have been usin whcert:
you can gct the best jutas
e,,sii as poor. Our prices
Sarreeasonably consistent with
up-to-dat, e r!t-crass work.
We arc prompL Our work
ik ,",arated. Avoid further
troiule and annovance by
sending us. a tria order.

R. H. McCREARY: Propr,


B.. IF. J-Jorlai Co.,

ni rirflr

Aiun nrT pliniuire

he'. ... iI heIIor o v o G 0
cem prodficet in ihe rstudi-. The only few hundred dollars to cornl- %JLU, J I IJO REIC \I UI l4 | ,Umrl L
o universally wPpularandmayl rence with. and whoare not afraid to For the speedy an p-rmn-. -. ULU l U ULU IiiL
be regardeti "R ene of ainesvi le s work, this countyaffords an inviting better. salt rhenum and1 e z.-C (1
permanertand alutable li tursThe gl. Lands are vet cheap -and can be berLbns ye a n. i 4 -
U.lstunte',if thet.lh.xl haihb:enan- pueha-ed on stisfactoryterm. Eery ith, tet an s Exal. It >s .JR A
e-y ing and smnarin, ahint -, :t v ,:;
nuallyclmtdead the "oulook for teh4. atP.ctr Eve- ig ] catn-
uillY ext d and the othl for rn, nt-mnatter how poor, if ec-twmi- is continueit '" .... r- r::.:--:
it, continue a~lvancettnit ist*righter and inutiriou';can secure a homnte re. I- al' cre-ih "i&-iet iid'c
now than tver in its hi-'ory. i in Alachna county. Whie-thi.i' i ;- the cal. h ,-ad..re niprT .. i-ci'" ;i---.
-laIua'-':ublC -w a -th ric o -rel r.e anulatel ids- -Piorter life -rdi i ,.
4rap* iti rea*sonablycertain that chapped h - : ( -..
-- nuatwHiLF Porer.
Ala hm ac~anrt has more a e iit a f- wyear-ll th-price ofrre-l atel - .
Aiah -t .aybasmorerad.._aterw iitc w ud the rach of tho-w Dr. Cad'l*! Condilien l'owl--r. : .. -'
eduational dviant -s xStha--ny oth wh o nt-er:Tt it.'-.-t.. -Every IraZ- i,. r : -1-.' -- --. T 1 "
ott^hty comt'wtp-, men wh,.tc a- e -tatnd wilIentinue to- ,. N. j --GAINESV-ILLE G S
-!idl -_tficj, it efforts arve tontinuit'y :t tt.r t.p$*tt.l;nitvy tlhan i-. in,.w pr, A-
c- .ntrihutinit to tile raptd adtsrmc-x- .mtite, wd lievef t, a'tl wd,-.r 6-- a f/ AS TO I -IA
milt the. A--e of -dueation. T nga h,., F.ridai For iiand Cide t i ith Gas 4 tovc,
S, a~it~lJ~l XV M. loll'pas too.,
-,d-entrtsfth w, ma.p-eth Tke Kiad Yv Hae Alwayste Bgt lay tixtu1l-s. .'I. Call at office and
Sd irt-rlio n th e in i t^ U o f th e :"1 - h o i i ^ l t. h t hiv' C!' # .- < -a t
irW-e schtH l 16- thorough and tr --,i-- -.f I -hFlriha ,I t pr-da.u v. B a"r' t -.
--i w.o-k at b. fa tuat hehas wideofthe mark. Trt,- ,f ,.-- "r-(-ofyei_ atQ-.t4i'4S"
e- h a L- .
_at .-.r qaliucrtio for-the pt io.tin -ons ie-are comUuIoli all over -acih.--
-h i- o c. -P %A b ^ ~-1 llah~ e tj c Jo -r h S m n ln ^ ^ d!x U rvf y r T; ; . l ^ m < V f n f~
vupr-.nt Onnt l ah ou tV. ha. Iilery of Alacua-usn, y -wtrL ".--.-z r- .i t - ainesvll.e Ca .
ever had V-vii- IL aiI-- -"*-. - -; t- a .u:- - --.
Therea-ire t,-hL .hot ,s i the- foaitu dasliui trere hat l.e3,r .i .'. --,., -- - : -- i . ..

co t r.-Iy a- n l _en-t-i,'ment o --'1... f,,et-,:;d njne tcaches. in v~ri:mf-.,-'.-. { Ih- ";~ :- -. -- .-- --- -
ar'4 oin c '. ti n li e ob -tax "ie t'.. t&ri. A.- t. -Wal.a.. II

roiam-0'nofwhich 2.9 L,15.l.th ah i.- frt in -ciruimflr 147r. a--i .___
are satodiof bracs ver an ara: .-+" 1 .. -. COTTON UDEPARTMENT I
r a. *:re. Ls.*it%-4- _
The total ex'nd.ures of th cour- .irter .n arre. ii oar._f j-, '_-. -- ... -.
t-- ,c- att-- purisa ^,ti n owatt u ,ju. L ting ,fri..-'-- : ^ . .
#46.774.^At-- mehvie-.ry .- I.. 1. McCREARY. Propr. -M ,-I. -. I'l )u-ring thbx ear*- wI'1-1- hax b-_vn offthub. ki.r-, t _-o lt- v I N..N I.- V %-_7 _
crp a i-. na n,: ^ ^ :p-.t. .a. e tp-" be lS. "-a,.7 *l. 4 a 5e y '2-c a Y'e..
". .. . E . se - -.
4 .4 --
.Aia cfaaa wl rth tticr face ra;Cl.-:e ". -. p-rx,- o ff the n3-n. -. rt-i n: -.:':. E 2E5 a, l ill' .--lt'-> -- -- i. -ar i.*: i-'-
Wa~i&-Ch than le m- his- fc.- T-a im--i lf *--clbt-. E-.Iax" t_ - :-- "

i~aESe a)! ^i,~~sr:..i .-:: cas~ih tx nn- q'.l^ ^wS~t -^ .'iv;.:-. ;L *f. *_ '<- a T I I X A.. '.^ . .* '*,

Ttat ..... L. hare 'a [ak'-. TSereare haUtSds 0 ea Islandl Cottn Biagging for Sale
gtobtq .Cai, k a4 l that I .in a--1 e tf -wauy- !..s f-ra tu tive -et ir I a .

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Always Bought

Bears the

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rio i iinat i -. re.i-uitarn. i .

y| Schedule in Etfect Oct. 15, iS9S.

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_11ip 4r. w-AM w vlte: S i54
_.:i1 -M t a ,; AM-t --- -- row ie...... Si;l7fam -4
I' kd "^--l1 - v-' ~^k - LV Jc onil --80aa 9- fillarn
-, I I r Saann iah--"-12 ..... 01 m 1 ..........
*r t Saa y. wl s1 ye McV ...l.ay. l wi3rlI._.... a5---ti --..----
*Tht. &,'iCd S 24-'e-p .n.- a Ewarf ............iu is
(AI ES LLE A\1) W L 0l enimark.-- --- 4 pW 2
GAIN^TL.E~NI>WALDO. Auuta. ^SS-"..5~2Mr
-itiipm 11 ii am Lit.-vlU Ar 16 Ti. Ci a ....... 4 pm 44 32%
J.i 'm l -am ArWs 4-s. Lv 11- .amA-- aiem A ilrlw.......-........ .. . S5
<4*n ..m Lv4 't Ar *J iA r-Cinl- via Asham e -.--- --'- 7 sa .-----
____ 1 .....Ar-%VIdt. L%. T4 V.aM i -Ch a r W, NZ.C 9 15 pma1400amm.
WALDO AND THE .SoUTH. -Rwichmtmd.&Va- 44*0 am4
tV G -tI____f -1 Ly.!1 .. ... 1 ,3an; S5 41F pa
Lv" Wai- ---- ------- 5- 5 :7 am Caam-ia ......... m 5pm .. .-
i rHawttiora. -----l. 1 i as. N* 1O1"s=, 125 jB..____
1- 4l--ra l: am, Inila.lila....-1015 25
S i -r P rk . ...- pm -. --. - New YorL 12..-- .V.n s m ....
"" -Wisd o 2 :,m- -- am Et-ilt- ....a.-.. .m. Is _pm .a
f 5h .f! .4.. .' si .runswi --o... ....-...... .. -
**Tiiiar-anT - -pms :-' snm M*ac-n. .--. 4<(Tj B 2W -- .in ..
iando------------------mi .0 am Atlanta Z pm 415am..m...
Winttr Pty .ark ...... pi- hata a --... ....... -.
0 a. m. i am I t-xialtn- 51p .
t' d Tad mil. a ...... Cininnnati, ... 12a
M-- v.a par 4- am .oubfk-_. '5.. 6.
i"Tama.i~ lvpsa 74-, am |* a tUue ~-----.---- 1 '*---
I ----- ------- | Both trains Pauths BuN*t K a Cw be-
I !i:.aA:,iiim -- I I m j tween Jkin-vflie Mad ITr TMR.r Q -be-
Lv Wa -d --..... ---. -4 a I pm rweena Jek-n --e ai d C a-ntu y A e-
Atr .ar ... am 'Pu --a i-m ilk.. Plnu etslln, ig cm bet
aIdhiwin I _U4 p 1 Jak viU 1 : Lake ciry ... .ii 4 am 2 > pm ? Pullman Biffet i ._.
AIve Oak... ---- -m I- :-- am oailvl and Tampt gh t.i .MAU g
S......... .. 1 in 2 30 am For infraaion -apply to .WV. u. i. Mni
i MontMcl".. ..... 5-* f 4 4 am Tikcet Ar-nt. or X. C. O-bb. Ai Bt ML
T!Sahas,- p a am) t D.BLMAXWEL a
nv ..-. .4 : pm V. 2 am Sec V. P- & G Mr.
RiLver'Jut.'-tyu. ..... 5ipm a 4'V am A. 0. Mt CONA ELle
P,- .z. .-.... ,ipm 6 .1 4m -e .P i.Acf i
-M.j,- :- 'am .. .. A. SHIPMAN. I
N" f ev t3.'rt4 '-anB ..... I A <;egin w- Au *

AKHE Plant System -

Plant Dupont,
DOupont, and Oupont. and Steamnhlo Tifton, and
Waycross. Waycrosl. Line. ..ntg...-
Ti"Tabi.bfdIset IU. S19, iL.
Is=;~ii i r-n .wY.k Iina Iep-~tu4g

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Y{I m --- 23 a it.-.-; ^." :-; -. : 'i -; r., -. :.*.--s-, t,_ i lt ib. Ke-
h k Tam 14Ka afA 0ei.
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all .--i at Wia,,.r-Ak
ai "!?it--3+ kI.t %, w- "i -rl an .,-h- "in -W.
3.. 23. 7 a< ja Mtrrv Ihwgb Pt41 Mima S i ra. _

TiE TAMI' BAPYX. Taln a, Fla.
THE IN. IPoll'rt Taimpa.
Tim StMIN,-. W'inttr Park.
-_, I-_A_ tli,- OE, .cala.
BiKi.i.t'-IEW tl,.TtL, ,B4Ieair.

..TEi PT NTA-X-t ,-,IA Pta G F-..r r;,- .'a:d f i]! tin- tales address:
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H.-. F. DUTTON & CO.,

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&-' 0 A I ?- VI h^ Ia YZAJ luIISA.

Only Chartered Bank in Alachui Countyl

CAP^TAL ~ - (1 .O1 A&

-.- ,_-'--^ *. ....- '.: M-'= $i
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Fast Freight and Luxlus Passenger Route

SPart Rail art ea.

Thence via Ship, Sailing from Savannah :

four Ships Each Week o t New Yor, TIwo to o

"All ticket ai-uts and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedule
i Write for"eral information. sailiu- sctiedules, statWoom reservations,, of
E. H. H TON, Florida lPasenger Agent,
W. .1. FARRELL, Sol. Frt. A tl
Traffic Manager, =4 West Bay street,
Savannah, Ga. Myiie, Fla

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i, ss ari' I .st.,Contains neitrfL
I Opm6Mc.rp.hiia nat rlS_ al.

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i Apcifect Ecm-edy forConstipa-
. lion. Sour Stom.ch.Diarrlhea,
i vorms ConuLsions,rFeveristh-
i T-ns and Loss OF SLEER
j Tar5in-,c Signatare of

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Always Bought.

TmvE crgMAuRCOPamv. AVWw TONA cfnr.



.h~ -HTt -

Christmas -torj

JBy the Celebrated -.uthor, HOW-"D FIeJDfMG.

fC*pOr3gCM. fX by- the Authior.
J game J aBB locket c Christmas
d "y, 1806. tUmof gold. K en ed with
* 5uifin r diaicndu Tbe jewelergave
me hi wd that they were zeal dia-
inac ad I gave maine-to Jane. It
was btims ayhow. frrgbImdiamoids

Few pyTr oas ouiide er family knew
anvi'i:abon$ it
SChristnmas was w- drawing near,_ asd a
ddletol ni dyitwas likely to befor me.
The fast three I had spent in the Weth-
Sereltfs' ome, and the change from thai
to a Icnelyv bachelor apartment and a

the annovance of meeting me. Neither,
to be perfectly frank, cculd I stand smch
a collision myself
The i1-st course seeded to be to loiter
until Jane had ridden away in one of
thM Grays' carriages that would surely
be v writing at the staticn, and then to
-!ock up soame conveyance thatcould take
me- tbrc to Prineton Junction.
I approached the station warily, for I
did not wish to be seen by any one who
wculd report my presEce to the Grays
I aw one, of their equipages moving
away flled with people, but could not
be sure whether Jamne w.a o.. the nm-
I> " -
Inquiring of a bagg ag ia, whom I
found in an obscure corner of the station
platform, I learned that two coaches
were already waiting for passengers
whowished to ride over to theiJnction
He pointed out an ancient and ponder-
L' ...- A ha- 4* n .a a n m< lal with th

*~ll uu 5 Laa -aa iLL& l ml ltiv li lla.a V
---7 - - 1 .1 -. W.uu a U
._.- cheerless dinner Lt a club was enough dnver I climbed in
Si 1ted ol to Jane the ad ta to ,ak e meish t ia: i had been a pa- Ter wa already one passenger, a
+ -- ifliIniOo .umaIil that every ga vth no knowle t-e of this sacred lady wo st on the rear seat. I did not
I-U.. I estival notice her particularly until wewere
-in anly eveuL -,=- t. r:I sliould noM
ar.tdd tte la Iw nyevenat: te -v r.er hfi dnoi fa toface i the vehicle, and then I
,mMi IF Te t 4 haPe n ats athe \Te. reio taathaI perceived t:iat she was Jane.
e l'et o haped ika hears year. for since ite any i. of Noven "You mwam me. then"' I cried.
ga figured i the jeweler's sher Jane an I s bondbya 'Ye. aid be.- 'Ilsaw you onthe
pbyue" it very T-- beautful :n Fronie v- the Girav ut i nuceton whoa
ad it.i. d my .p ortrai- Fon were to give an old tut l Crist train, and, tiforyouking that meet Would be
"he~ &irt.I Viewed th.-smgt j mae party in their tl_-:-nion embarrassing foryo to-meetm t the
SIOlt ie tiin-party. I decided to go back to New
..... iwell. -locket- -o [ Of course we-coM n go nauder te York You musgetgrightc t and go to
il y ---- 'i were memory nVw orderti o. thitr- I bad written a i the Gray -"
-- w o i _n .-h *-co w k mite of .ce i f' e 'rege i r t h ra iny- u Do
d -Certainly nr. mid I warmly -
F IM. Tat ttBmoriy o aderst.usppose that I will spoil yourday
I ha -ibi a rae- me -aft trinkea., that Jane --hadi tld 1ta,' trulh in her mz o~ u S: ~ --S
Th^t^ha "SwI-heelei, thah Jane-tei ltero tdelatio tls truib tiy "by driving you back to New YYrk in
h--- -- fa 1 bd "'chose howve -' i- -of deeliinatitm ui Mr-, Vri.ay this way! am cut scch a hruta 1 win
3at~4nsuch. -eritici=nL Ihre At the last anw-net -s&a,4,' czeItm wri thi a'a otse bueIwl
t- - '. "-[II ~ctrru-- burt- yttmn -a_. zdw- mostgo tothe party. -I
11 Ae t~kmg faa desire to go PrliaW it w7a* imposii neve wda coe hm but tha I
I -fs tis -.k of the d-i- inIry and ile fur me to L-etin p'pectof pend nev wu ave coiedh. t t
he- ri yo-u had declined-
CBanniffal that either- PVIo ie r-e- lagthe day alone What--er may have did I ild she "but I changed
'% S i. -ad 1. .a siii t% 6t I ane
:p-il'Ir bee the imptilse. I vi -utagain to Mrs,
Ms --o.- -f I t hae ysltifwi th G- yan d my-inbegged to alwdi mya oind a before yesterday Mote
ei with. Gray and, egge Wanted- me to go She thought'it wocl
Gd toa Jm (a. 1896M."change my mindbe wellf or me to do so.
fin --B-Br iai-tibl rsnM the e- My frientd.Uhip with them all WwI "J3 I wi trembling
guava them. vylarge and the closeenough ti permit 4f etich an u-ay
-: -..- tltte ~ tI~~ile~l-tl ctI~t l tO-~rmt + Vuoic "" has ths"tolly of m O M s hurt
dwy~inall~tting the latter to the Iumrentional art and to justify me 1 'ostyo lym o urs sa o hur
--- -' :- --Wo- -I-" -- '"-- + --h"you t. your 'Mother isa"xion--and"-
_jam St ir-ham7 expecting the enrdmIa reply which I re- i he les.' she answered
---it it o cIed by the ea:hliest _psible maiL quicklyy *Yon entirely tmiedieta
AMIN+ -:a--1.. i M"A"6 bt I Thu. it happened that I took a train -
--aa: -asiUk. ~IL ~i .~i w f N ew York on AChNistas forenoon ... -uentl b. my misfb
S-i i.mwitha beart so heiavythat I don't e t6o h that. I repl eei "But it'sd
'A --?' I-ul" me- my that how t" z .gnn -u ng' au it -+DO to 4d----- --a --'I e &--- -6 -a t
-- -in- it lete-i ttathow tengine m-agdit i~~tige too late to speak of it now -Won't yo
Sh iwshe1 tIwldopoiieyarttathsplease fcrgf t -that you saw me today
-- W I -B n e 41tkn- .tt- okierweight was yrespo it le for the dis- .." .- -
wccer till quite late I aster the day, tiat whethaerfrom t and go to the party as you had in-
o-ft!Bm tted ere. r- ort a .My strictly mpdmical cam d .h -- ,
fit teach from; the Butshe wordnt doaaythingof the
sot and w -a -there, disputing as-to
im. and a:^e^^^1^aiae!cabout of fwh should be the humanIseril-
-r=+--.- s .iunls i l fle and which ou. ld ai go to the arty
-U theo e e n-''- . --. ft-- --' .- -
&---t1 Junction-arrivcd'-nd. cuto 6 our dim,.a-
.... i n t h-i h No e was hurt. but -them was-a n--,
..w r .all.f -i -WIT O W. d.ae.. excitem ent A w a-nm w hinio B i en.
--- ----- .au--meclasp her large. The subject In-t-y d too iany eInti-
BIn earound e nack andyed matedails for us to talk of it in the
BO I .:-- -II .I* I I m -- Ac "-do - -"- "
S-(ionir ioaI.tidd.y- into my ear that we should all be killed, presence of strange ad the itun i-
a ah tper*qpor ad-if her husband had not come to my whih had been bad enough before, wa
-rem-e I should nover- have eat tendered much wor by their-advent
x t fe~ai | Jane^ and Iad been-Jnable to arrive
7. i- m- i -This incident delayed me so amuch. a a decision before they came, and we

zwa train Looking ahead from -0 L-J-ther of us could leave the carriage with-
1-: -i g a t a- .= of-- th car. t aw C e-:_-t 3i to s acrifice the other. and
I _j. ta h ota- ef =a otb- walking te trackina l proammon. the relt was- that we remained and
^ ~- the Io^^IBhd a d ad aUMeg them tMy umaB mle -wtrdledover to the Junction
"t-i surpriewsJaneWe had to conve beas te
SS can I ttfted ine er by Sbe was -ot more than twice a car's M I head u talking and eubsequnnt
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mil. 'lei*nhsle wt nt
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heir ci amtI-. [8" a
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ys- ew m ,emi
~',*a loe ne avtideiit uet
W114'NinlL MeW 111j96 *. "that11 ye

Zoshia that t.'dbhawe hteeto he. ^ ^ / .. \
e"- t-:--i YaiIni -m-c -E aiiIt- .-
-y ham.Iw kern m u~eos nytb ~'m.^ \ ci me.W
lhasI =-ad unaimoait tynf by +
L. io l. e! o A , r ma + -*" .*-* j l^
l.- -* r .. m w .. .. a-..- ._- - - i i ^m -, ^ .V_" 9 ^ ^^-- ^i* i -
vie. Ir to -k
how 81rt66t 9raatam 0" &M
a- lt-- *f<- a i-Jn "-atii|at-a t" _.

'.; ik ; lktli!,i. 'i. :- n -'**-' -.----- ------------l--i -I.a
o f --.- -i m fI at- it _ley t o l mtk. -] ian was lia h b would h--i f p.- .f- m _A
pre- Wbig *a Va U MOUNZI reoted (is *or.' _____ wb e cl ne s ak i th cm
-^^ri"^fck t ^~l *8wtelatrn a-reo =y, fet y cecaM BP pmfk of dw -me to*
immedlazreY ruro-d s way and bqcB i w o w. *p of -V
--- f I w k w-i- -e-*i stw tB-he +b ht4 l Ib waft i -god
.*OEM fe ft 116amd ihauikhur
:-f#~- 1 i .... -_ -b all tb- -_- it d wep -- ad
b _-t--m -- km m I e , .-t a i~liade b'tter~ nam- ciinfupos I B i^ t ur^ SM? e could-a o S B eI wifc ^^ ha kin af raemd
w -^lwfyl~Cf^ sM f^ 3maattsneyaig ^ Pnrtsoa cm, thiet thyL The nilernsid lo~ that IW
a~air -t^is.. "*"^ ?"* uth saB~gt oeer al ihaa thbe Grays'- f*rj4 the driver- fc| M q'--^,
W______ COOKs -bll she lvw ittyu Iet ca ______ i f i

-ir mY a *2w Y ab h al? aa idea retat I wa= ta It -
movwwv -- tbikilt-~imlcbs^ ^^p r^M^, It Low ao *lf^*

/ Sei~cw Tvian my ao Cofib~l 'ieia emdew,{a ar. whe wn ,rliiii
M -b U *ar it mY by ay dew Iaa-a of the badtao aw U T -d uf1
Imaail j lef bw bow
11-1110 a- amo sod 00 ba s. IM tdmTbil my-pat to to~ ii~d
nowflile j 3mctiu lict the binA
-'---..ay-h~~ by : ?bme~h< 00 ypl~ialrt~oa tao. a" .8

.- -- | + "
& +v -- id hm.rej i l -tt-re.so=ie j:cw ir -w-c
W.t a; -. Le7 v.rih:-i an-. hour and a 2go' Sho ecelaiuse-i. ;ad 1hir gLlcce
half swept th dts.-l~e lu ..-
This nme;at that we should not reach Her-'s. a coichl.fi ,f t -ople from
New York before 3 o'clock, and we Princtona. a-1 they'll kna- all about
should have the panag of hunger added us in two .inct-i
to our other wces Perhaps it was this "Our train- is.t rsd'- for m hour."
prospector it may hare been the mmutaj aid I "Priicvto i -s cly refuge i
folly of let$g that tramin get away can - l Tercareas" W.i,3' t-
which tcd. upo a our tempers Certainly Ing t r i e train iroi xa .York that's
our disaeni-i3n blcarme-aermonoima. due hero pretty sca-"'
S'Jane, id I at last. "we. m is't U"L stake one of those carri ages
quarrel agaia. There's no u'se in it.o-. and v au.w hEr-." mid she- ."I am
People who are no longer anything to too crons to be stared at -They know
each other have nothing to gain by we bahs quarreled, and they think we're
quarreling It isn't as if we were en- making up. How dreadful!"
gaged and bad our freedom at stake." "And haw unjuast!" I retirted.
"Yon rse quite right;" mid sh, "Nothing cold be fu -th-r fr r
"and since it eems that we can't talk =id. But I .agree with your view 1
Without qnsrel ing I suggest that w I am a- ncfortable. mentally, ys ou
doa't talk aalL' i can possibly be. Mmoreovr, wel -feeme

M- M. -IXT. *BA -.I-m T UP TO va LIGHT.

Of course two people witha-nimb -t doasth cu this platform. and wa pod-
e- Mkinds..,i..i, t0'. ;* .,.h r.A i tivelv can't go back into that waiting

perfect ailece. It didn't take m U' ro-
minutes to find this out, and everything Ishould think nt. *-said she: "t:'here
. .- -1 am women thei .-"o
we mid Made -maters rs re wo there now
may ismMewetO to-the ott0& "Suppoe you gotothe Grays. -7said
of the roo i ad pretended to be inte I. "and I 'll pat up incog at the Jin.
eaedina tme table, wie it "Anything, ;she cried. "only letuw
b h andread an old, letter-the -- ou0t of -e
ISt ret of te human mind when i We a g light twoewated wagon,
must have miethingo d with a fairly god .horse between the
We -had the room to ourselve during shaft. ad presently we were making
this latter -period, but finally erIJ- todtuneo v tto road to Prineton.
raitroId el -ose in They a: Memnwhile we conversed in wls Iper
walked dwn froom am ew- oof t behind the driTver's back
wreck O i e y That -anfidential method i of cwE-
found-ome article lost by-omeot the tion "I sCondive to a good under
passengers at the time of e cid tadi ren a an and a woamn
apd i were eVamin itias taey stood Sitiig c!x together and 'peukin
.. m I -into cach rt-Ci-r + r. .we fmnd
-by the stov" intbemiddlefte to r t we foudl re4
I was watclkhing Jane out of tie a to be aytc-teI And we came to an
of my-eye. and I saw-her start violaiy 'et" i. ne-ithtr of u -vwoumld
and clutch her gown over the r-io ci bar- ,.el I p f-xile t any otlhTr svc l
the heart She is not giventothklcal o the 1da? adventare It wa-s tbst-
gee for their owanvie.anad I kew 0't!_ ftW ltI 50 the party. t2at wI, I
that something must be amiaL ao.-i -!hw t_ il thoi3 peple the p-
Immeditely I aw her walk rapidly I I. f I "sbi. f. .ow- 1
toward the group by tme sto. al. t. t .-t! MId jp=rsoe tIo me
'Will le let m. e oet tbaN !-i rt-: atlas as we ic-se
yo foud-r said be Czr.=dr;dutir.zilAt wr:tfi l tdac;
That wAr the t first intimation cln f- p': P Lww thahd
had rs to tL atureiof the artie Il we ic tb-U ,t.e. SLit t0<'t wh.
wbem =ne af t34 men heldo it outowrd i-7l4 t2--t t Ad
Jane I az arv re:'Ognized it as my ginf -< e n up
to .e- I tzst-4 -,ce more tbe joy 5T L*Ig
-This is minie '. she tid e-ritid by mwn who coereled J.Le and
SThe 1d-r "-as cmewhat disiclllned I tIe.- with d iMterei by womm whc-
tosarenmde prip bit Janite id i-.iLu i-u vet i- tb. utweresldiltotMink
fed itit fly_ d oecrib .tUs interior sad Iig 3 f*- tfhe momnpt tby tbi In's that
Showing tbe refvily cou-ceed l Iti-n S Ita ayetO somebody elm
6y wbhch ut -wa<- opened - 'i 1or'rs part wasso agee*bWe,
I cmer.eari her say that t .ey woul that I egaa paY it with a fie as- -
find the words -'Gerald to l Jae, = a i -a ._ o a a. and it eed t-
das- Weow "-Sb- ,ditictly s id me-tlza :ie .ik ed my acting a aoisoa
datee &ad &er glx d maliciusyat J weil a sbe bad ever liked the reality
me Mr._ Gray was etBirly decaivel.aId
So se ba-d Wed out vte line--ow, in t e in& fi ding together i
kg. I w.edeed.m bad he waited befoe t att boIe iinonUc oas of. which
rWmesdinglTov death -Not lougaiely. |sersa we so Bay in the gM e odSam
for it wu sa Matter of a few weksaal- AMc she ooagratalated u spasour
7- I "Ct"at -
Wb sheh bad rcTed e locketlad The Bio mats wI fl --at e-wiras-
mambaly awarded the fisder. I cbmwved Iet I dust kow 'what we auld
ti be t. beg2tregard we with cd- I vaid d to- b. er.at ,,e Amsl--#--
erable atntn tuation ssf0 y avisug bow vts^ *a; -
Them be a agIed is eighth sad i modW1-4 eraw aT taa aist a a dI
w.o-ed s-eti- SO- r they w i o m & aI- C am -bu Stragy017-
all fn at MeB ObwxoeaTly0y7 pal eon we bad ecwaPad shes wnot.
traft bad trimnrcogBn izel nl airy up so tat 3me
'Cuc-. I heard moitMsha *Jmf"te left bee Mt BU M accnbot.
my. ",te dey t m -- to knw ea&. -3tS: t wmea wck t -t f iItit md
atbr J I MI wVrTL raidy. medatay
[. r- .._..; I 11. r. -* -R .-ii iMt -i ti +It' 'f. ftI ,-i iiid *'C lBBBril B-
4 tataswn f -thi andl i fed -oa tha1c.et I boefood f t "
the e a- A =w wind wwas sue.g f- BW JUt5 dl the p-
lttphe^ ri<. hat I prdemd4 it us te it osatathow 3m4
mlu Iaus wiskie 5 _4 ar sar 4
fi niaut a .i:t a e w
w I saw Ja m b -sd n a al .
i eB .-* 5-e it f Ii-_ e isVP t o I T

'They*, ram, maeck a-1s' Iw '*ft~
"W y t h'II dI -e ... .. +.._ _. -_ .
at am " t "iT- I i - i: II Bs- -. -I.
'WrIry e l I if .h-e t -l- Ia, evi.. Vw-
--t-.------pey F mm-
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pwnio s marched to a ill. and RId;uu will e--I pplid with
tt":u-i-lvcw and that J oopla stack o itrI tn t
fafy IaIbe orond Now this staff Infim ailln rO1PiTWAWrat*ii
4 -rK dry b-tcn sticx biuti t-and-d r'sults of -ilatilnnr :
,r7iv i or-t can;* t full dower on i.li s.
Cht.t'T:-- da- AvI-; .rwa ird the ttl i-. i - -
wbrrxi a h' rwur-
Aar.-c rnI aiuav-* 4sad on te tallCGnVille F F.
day o rtr L- > rta*v;+r"i oa ----- ----------- OI--------- --
r -Yr., Tmfe T likt thbodeof the
zu 9L: t.#-- .in- ',' te x t U'tqt bet a ti lI Jk-
te wh-S 'II a 1y l imT
t'dn-- .tr fort t* 1 baI b oldt of J
it->- lT^-m 1(L*tbh- ifjt :iaatoubur7y
It 1--ij li--t :f t ri ckips frnm it 0 thte Mr*r X".. s
u-plaT.^?-' wnoi- sprou andi BiwiNi^ wnitmitiut^ siwime.
,rrt' h^ ltias! the k Jay#
t a i O!+j5, e;-tiB. + t W+- LWUflfA.C. a M-re .l ribtw4l"*I.m4 ,-.
I .Ad r 'Tt- i ftI1a it wr-sid u r fpt tsip pOhPebwa*--.it g uh W. -u

?Icr-" : r-- "+h.+ ,=r : < -*?; < !rai oa . Wti e y hr 4^*~~t
-- IhO !- a 5 :t)G j W ---- .:a I
-t =+ ; *-* iii-a- r'-t !lr -t' t - -
!1t ke- sad -*- It t It rou rf
t^ ^ ': A.?ro,*h t i_ have AUaokf dt e S da New-tl T$ f.
Li I-Cj! >^s;ss:o- wh ia. - e u ato shek~~fit \tha wy:i

tsi tz-r vt: aSTa i"O: e with ilinwa i
- -.- -- tr'a~-u4 af-~ri .~naz' toi she I
- i. t Csiiuna -tarT *wbt- bow-
the caw--. la-d ebuuter-. w ho Hbo S
fav's--z ?s tfAh n-Khrta ~snuny~ry dusiag
the -brisvs- was.-SB haae been Ai-
pr wto we the ladi== mew -so in tdo
ca hnuara. n**4 -msad bkAwh
anoma the d TwS tt hat7 miht cteb
* l~-p o? the doe-r kneeling an sbe
aBrt )us theis uijbt tb f^*.twp -
pin --u t' -A-4 Eb-js n lrji uiot isbUm.
er -ira-- arBT rSt tts*^ annasla balisnag
thur .; 3c aaw rSf 4iee am falliJg
'in t^3 kme sad ~~l--tis sp in wfosaua
to Mantwr. tb.- 'itet rf Itt
**?-A JUXr-n'o"-mir- 4101n M &ba* f
3 1U 4 teow- zum bm*y..,

f--,T^"^ 3-- i W ow-tt I

rb -. *-O'- -& 4*tw

-.;!, vs --.-ass--n 2 7z 4. *alaftI L a&
O-- 5-a y-?Aw~- 5-i Ed -4

5t,-'a Wa-:* '

41 -- --m r
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Firt- yao Runa-daSing ynor baled.
Th* i~teei- arW n*?. mmd that'. wfa
tel' -.

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The. eTgreateAt
life comes the sat-,
isfaction of mind that loved
and dependent ones are am-
Iply proceed ifom
'and the cold elaztyof the
.. \ ^ *'. .. w ori d + .'.. i-_ -*. ** =
-he k to..
The only way to gai wvd
--- ~preser e this Plef :- .
mst b ezcent smile and left jits perfect i js b y pUs-S-
ourselrea s
And. a-wav mg a policy in heW
**Ame did you- mezia those wmardsr R:J^E ^R^ Ui
"I did when, I bad them e xgray- PAY, thus creating- ime-
tere-'. said -e diately an ESTATE in Wen --t
"IAdIatw"-- rof your death during the
-1mea -hib ohay an m, am-twewd Sjimnly ,4 -h s-r fu
$avee t ae ~ m r^idings a saving fund of te
m but I thin% it would have md amount Paid- in remums
no difference it a earchlight lhiad beez should you urvive. -that-
an us and the whole world spectato time.
Sa ^ protbly an Hratew- rNo better Opportunity is
but I had an impression that it was I the un or mid-
abount three minutes--wben mIra. Gr afforded the yOUng -
Snt adi tser-vat to ia. tbie fi-aged man of_ today for
w-ro e i danger ft mission thi ce- combining Protectionu and
mniies att:ndin- the unvetilin cf the investAnent than by IEEI-
amsimas trt __ ATELY- securing a "policy m

chi,=m. roi oa ,. This graid old company, tie
Don't fai. to pc ro.ar-o name d oldest international Life In-
address cr erery picce Gf mail. preced- fSUrace e company In tbe
ed m -tei.' a- "r i-'AVt p- io.-rli.whownsbiness meth-
ly .tci ; .i tioasc-'rtain the gero- ods are- .i.der the dirtet
arnt i ., supervsin of eighty-two
Dcu't wrapa rrrc2I vitb sach mni w-tt .d DIit .
trai. fir !: .nc. v i z -=m r that th ewrap- U t t "
per ray rtxcume t--r-u aO s.eprmtied fram "itllcnI
1t1M etef N Ai .New York life Poh-
Si't l o erap parpls in, cr i.P ri,,vide -for thfty ds:
u n,--r tLrat their etuitEntswmay not be vies F W
eaiiy e:an-t. ace in payment of Prmi-
_Don't m-al pMre is to foreign tauSi.. LoatSat pe c.ent.,
tries wnithcut spwial 5" n3urv concern-
beg the r.foti g- foea ult h pviltve ol ofe-&Atatt'-
ddr,,:1 ,.=nil au. ,- ment in case of La se. Als,
Dozit atlntt t- end inercha iid-U Cap h Ckor ldtesn1
tof oigu co.:r; Tii Thvian Canada P
and -Mexicoi t e.-itU1 ifan, ^ r values in event of ,lisclmiii-
as a gift alUe<- the pestaLe s prepn i n aHn.
at5nts per haitonce Polcjies issued bV d1Ki
Dwnt attewwt to seed -erebandis 1a -_-'
foreign CUtrt- y parcel ps-. t A .ompany are- sl. t pe S-
len 7o= pr --twaster ,be consalted cn- p tiek and must have--
cermingithe country adrsed =ad the IxSUR&WcE that hiunm-
ci=urr of mali-g matter tberet -
uct t fit to give- the ftn un4-.tLtLd -rcumsAW
stre -and number town, city and rn.- ICle cut Warrantee deed
tly of &dtination for dolla- payal imme- -
Dom t ed amded paBk~aq to Mexicom ,,
anKdOK ... diatlAy upon receipt of evi-
DutU mil jewelry to foreign coi deuce of death. NO discount"
_ief in oth.e. iz No liigt1afion.-No mre
D IM w i s- Place -_- .
chid-, or otharoe am am in pKaede in premium. 11 _%%seBae-afre-
of prnrW. ,atter St-i.S kWS astO fl2 -
Doa-t u tas or bS t dence travel and oc- a-
Oo ne epaaed orman pa ,.ka m ....... ,l 4 .-P &
Do seal up- packages- co tizo hO iabts Ot lifeOr an-
iOtrapb-,- pict.fl. Chineas ca. t ner -of death are IiitoA -.d
Nw Year's cards and .nok tbm -e t4t r h1it. i- "
I"P4to O ly-. -Pted Mater". or features ha-n-me.m i 0n,
ipnk ot.- 'cvcoufactn o of- _ther -
Dn ki mail paekages o-n tUm set. pinie.et
ymofci ^ Wakeup! Why~ qe
DiB"t fail to -.eca ~th pa a a Start aBnd begin Wj B
[mgBi- rnP a erpi a e -. '- -t ,' _, -- !_ *-= -,-,, -- -+ :i
; *;^ ** ,time flies the ot~ m~eree
Thc- Glamioub-y me.w. and your chance of scur "
At (+astcinBnr a rey, in s i- ing such a policy decries -.
thaire. England. oce stood a thina tree p^/x |ll-*oiccw A
whicb. it is said. blola I ewyCv (i.te -- r ,lm: 5- S
mis monig Thei ivt anthiatic tim.. anu tlKeP lllxC c"
coust orf it ever written was in 17T2 u- to-eXpeted. T.... ol" Safe
arisi"tte who tells of itiat aheac
.o1 his visit to teai ewt .- --: "l.. i- -+"
The keeper assured him that St. Jo- ^II'e AT OAifL -jo axe,
.eph of Ariwathea haled not far fIss intrne- umid walL dv rf ise'
the town. at a place wf thOei} WM .tt,- --m-deg- t--+ia-"-;-
to hi? ntemo?- tha te h and ii'- at nParlt bOitR day, -i



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~- Fe*iw~ mGUS ayl-bi e reeimbi y t j
T he -.C- ..e v_- --- -.-- : -
xu~c Tie g o UXUU1>UN a yWz
blid a good -^^^^-sixn "-

.,m me Ti. epeeq-- e-- = _bcbavin ef .w mfy hl m" k
-he---- :-- L --. -- --- : a se. of ed ti h s - -- - -
iay mornijug at liast-theFloridAlCn n~n eeduo ~ ue~
ferie 4eelpedemriaieinteres the-*aftiiC5 ridin* f5 vay~n 1h i~ mnyS~7
When th announce there amen inc adj~atki Wf thex Wibeekxha
-S ;- ; . h en the s.o o e o o me _y t a - n p d f th" -. ..l hil.. */
Of th meun e hst y the tate o ainy toWII h arbig ijaUdnS hUS'kk

-"e --y. Si-.hie_.thscorld he vli -s _t i o et -fr- -
*'* '- -"*"^-- ,! ?ss= ? >s B ^ ~ .^ t K: 2?^-f,~ -^m"m-- *r ^ ^--^ ,W ."^^ -- '' " ".- f m n r <" ? M M g v ~ h u "fv "iw t -.C "~uW U < e S n r a
do-ne:-iii ... t ---- .. wa .-aienieaioo h lrdadwer h iea ~ Pnm IkS8
4juestfjb making ton 3aseci Id utiize lila laud for e 2e e chMl,
Jre, n S ontchd -haegvnP~t- id apdO flig tie r theirg les

._ __ _ _ __ _ _______.____--_-r-_o.-id__. im._-_iat.ly....er tiW-. .e fi"o "
-:t ...... ado.tion mest q _e.tion. the k t
onlyw- w to EEoLee was t- he t ie-n, w

-Eer- mom -W -- Flo--d- and. w eve U16
wkch~re~in rea or&I~ hae ~-- t as qetio as it ostood. -o

Ug~s mt h edr.~N La. ODUwOI sbmttedth r.e-- ,- C CS I -ke
~W.ILoisisnet. -~ sy thr loindearnn town; F
FEW he genine Glve Sou made ege an that aev. w ohven fo ter tablestea BupjldeIt usotfr-dlas

--O---. - O Uon- C-. - -W- ,.;, y~r. i Wm Ily1 h a e bo..e.gt m"-.-_ l. --- -an-
--*}.- A- -W :h j' -T:he comm:teef-voe alr r -"=p "l'as -- t w *-c : jhtj- .'. tj e f
, ---:_ .-.-:.--==,- _- ? : -^-^:~-^~^' --:-,f ; +-*--- ... i -- *-* '-*.'-'*,M--i1! -r by n '"m e~ *" -f:'- '* .: -: --- -*^ '- - --". "a^ --liee -ff -^ -|-ea E w f B a. w fu ~ ~ a m aM~ m ^ ^ .B ~
-4 5j- ^nd y^ '^^^ p-opriation o r the Conference t _

Thorn & to inc raseo thea Pitwe stood. i-
or % .--2- i C t -is"ay.T his---l t : o-e-.

------ -- th'-latet- cprgh r- tio fo th Cofr ence Colleg' attues F-4W ZBh en '-i" t..b- -
r-Y ...... hr 3i o a as s Metwelv hu9 nd d dla - e
-e-Ia y o e ittee W. fa-voraly M- .... ...... "

.ob E=. o. H W.. Lon oengag tnfn -e la_--e m _ori. ..

4 Mm ._ yw er gro ti to a.t.a I . ba --.t r- m. .o
mg~~~r% cmr. In lg iwl a yuIi a n ae ]Wer wasd n preoi tathn in -hev

0%.r -M '.- -t -M3 the fruit~ or ,t,,, --.,, tN-,,_,-_- - __ --]
e~i I_ ,- ,. Si of -i c&b r laiminsals-convite ad In the evein the clito wa fi-Sled osar~yar BiI B B

kt m c wet senIt to1iM -.ai s al o "se- T a
the peanimilary J~~od~7trel~ed i th~emai to th e mobr" f-iscruldd inGiesil

..--.. ---ii ~ ti to h*- to the
_^ :.-. amt Yu i *,' r The servi--toce IMs "l t oday wfi i conrt eas eieiiri aam i it is

AliW wi--ll view jNEWCa- YhRe re-

_,a- --m- -n-. wea.eatam y t .. is .. -.:- "
--^- Mrs -.H .'^:^ A. imuen pi eans 1kn I~ phusa Audcersu .id a nd quied. This ws ofe~ lahga arpd pocfv-

:: t-o "ig.ht- expe -:- sa -DO -_ at -p -- DLi '- ", !-= I.- as-- -_.me- t -o 'our-- ..
Bgb-- ^e--...---" --- ,,& tn T&uw- andii aid In u rgii a e, ---a-s um stoUSre and Ie abig
H. ~-Priem wlat-b i ..el. "t tea e d d fert w te l s l e d lty

fd-- -.---,-n-. -..:--A .It eo n a o M-g--hu- -, ---n wit h ltn o-
prapota, fot thn CansOlIvey&udyat w ean

m y.-"une.t.... --- -W .t -e suitableSfortieerl M- -
-g.... -. h... .... .yor- had 3._1. Flew lle, -wK Pa-a He -r .eroo sevra hundr- d dam-n. -
^ .oi ._l ln, .ain_-siB. B- ... ... N.: Pou-aT e caes s efy -" t k ru ck f"rme ao

seemed ?-_- ,-- --I teesh .. .. lynt -
.C.a o ofE5tMina"-n-d - who study t o -Uhr-it --- -- - ---
frthe m& fan yarstac~m ft med

.--M^lcf"? B^^..-*. ^.^ : -I eyes^" ^wan Peth bs w^, luau rtoes~ meal ^adi~s~et^ ^ of th ^ ^.- .n^ r~mut beA ml Adee

..-ma -- after ..nhe er
; ^p ,.il- .6 motion wasi ,- o . -

-- +ug tw incr.ase te a t I & ,- -.a Is often -:- .,,
winw choplu

ami es oe a iay,-ty and pa-iod -f
-a lie p b pv- ----- by An -- I
piOf abou twelveis andre Metho-

--.l ....3! ^:- :: ;:-*.-^ -_^^-^ _^ .l^'t w ettha W ^ j m m, _ff Ar-e .-d ,-._
-" It" 'Me mngsdn Wj (>mp fth -a iityTack: offi -aeneiwielan E .

^gg.-s Mz pic s- ,-ijni -X-,t We h e tan_ -m-Aa otre Bd-- take na ii h
,W.-- debe l. b,,y- l.,+. ,I W. 1W .xo,,,e i "- i is (

Y_-v--_ faah o ur.a. Mao 1. (., -- l ._-. -N .
%b O,-: --Theog^a ^^ -fM -I rw auea^tonofia the^ UAare s Tfi i o *U4!o frt .r w lw

^l^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 04 -f,..^ *^^I ^~~...^ o~n\o il te oeemfodeeAandwbado td bakuffi trhes toine, fafthers b eat itt e laor s lle tdl~ n ty
aS~^=f^ .F.RrWn. U nim. cneec eri oow- lyd oiae ih tri . ^ 4, l

yy ^i'<"T^a^fIWM^* "';''ilL^ _'lJ U ^11""^T T q"f --ti at--- ow stre -eaulrt Cn o thr spUd Slta lBlr li BSl.^^

^ -^ ^;-^ --^ *Ce'l.bribo .ead Ubve p oB f Any are alwyeavin -the -^ ^aw^o-k "rk- --e-
MJMOSI eXCSP^04*4ely opm to ^ S1no11da"

Do W^^SS^^ -tflwote preMBSa -ter Ho- nd" wit hiaicas hfturo- fiJeIad lp
-GA&,li.^ Hym-^CT~t^ ghvuliles tl* ^ v -aVA ^^IIA ^^ ^

bytese who, w r~ent to ea ho o~ f mmey i th^is. te..^ aa~t y
^^'YeS^ SS .^ ? emt_is t Irlfae in l;str n tk
,-^ -W ree^^lM^etA^*teSd& ina~ the malia twD the N&e ll a
JW-ff rati^T JalilleiM'"i Of rit thou-..rT. nj.Tnffir^ n^ ^ ^ ^ ^1 ^

....." tijitiu_. npwau e ze w. ,Fr good -. --- -
-77:. at. l- l MOT ahommand *he .a i.s. .- _- .s-
.....le a foeman of te job . ma
^^^^^^^ SB^^^^ :-.:-^;;::-.-" -^ ^ .-' -:-. -^ -eta aTftl glel ; rP ^ g q Q g ^y -i --" *, "* -.e -...--. *; l i
-- -:=-:.- .. ..... y .u ou ci- ftr); -Mr. W. L. 49

Fm BO. _i.'
pre ttot e. _xibte S ,T,.l..a_ -ae Eac -=d "r~ --^ ^ 'g^. --|
-..h I _2 -f-.-- 4 i t t am- t oand advertl d hii s lintor; Mr.ad w taming and u n- "ia t -

_._with-- w -- -_ do ., n_ tn a i,- T h ino i w -in th i M i a tg dei" v- --
Oa-oA. Bahl fourmm at, Ab'e
-49= rTo:Ie amski. , an 0 t. the tsr airing. .- .
Cm of hsliday g oods^ ^-^^ ^* is the To- me'^g^Caigffgy, we ar under o o re r g
-^:gS Oui'~tll--^ 'ln :^~ ^'*S*tcctaar ~ hefreo C wha it adveur fer & ^ thee phodfrntet clds ** A --- ^
B^ M~~~~~~~~~~~-h wMTarMpm weh -obo.^E g.watifkw^ ^. ^^ ^^ ^ yr|f tM C e ~a
-^ -%... a..... hu sa fe T...L vowim A" La Ai; cu t. u --
lowa- -. - - -w "E -- -m WL w- ;
~~tht Is' & im sopat, or
mi to-m ,_-a:hilin,,a _. ..s i 4_-

W..r. t of hakg _ad .di. Fe L e o ofaig
.-tta h ism ir labor and i a -- -a- -. n

k_.-rdONU Sc p -o xt_- ; hi -_. b-ook ki hire- and thie two WWrd-
_au int F--ri -a_-Inar Friday t i -
~~' ~ ~lacipa~y-*uim.Oth t-ia thiRYs LFMONf T E LXR 8o t"-t ther Sin ma
irBill Vint sad a m-s e eau- .- -y g n dW

M en "udu-"Y wd.._ ..KODAKSatt- Bar- Waft

-, :. V. l m _U ...... l S ia be- l x - -w
^i^ S^^t ?^^^ taw Camprasy Curod me Ofh indlup I^ hade WeAC aw- wrt*w miks lthe induorya InW WW
a B i-: g oa- iem. cay alo<; -, _1 iemi-t mi
X~j&WM ULM not Ms- m ir a eslrel& Vx

--- ; :tt _.. --_^^>,--yg ,m i_[ .. --w^: ^ .' t- ,i.~ ~ tB~l~- ,-,-T _- )~ "^ ^

ni5oh.,.ofr them o- b 7. - hsbou f theSw.- -. .
-_itf^ ^ ^^ ^_'S .lS -*e-W:.i, te BA a n~^ u,, oto lad =, "*i-._ -,,-,,, -,wi= ., ? ..- -. .,- -
i^^ A.:; - .1 & j . - *- * .. .L .. r .. p--.
3. L 1sy- -- od 10ill as a-lvr~5
Cur led m a tin an atd __

Sa-- s a din-g Ab m m o"er B S
sumd ~ hi~OS~~ il ~ sesI.kt. adwa e knd ed si i
-zego53flwW 5&-I'ww'5 Msawtr Ibm buena steat fwckwm from o&-

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-. ~~~~~~ ~o -B-A IEm =,r ri

.. --:-s -- -- .. .. ., d a n a w I d take0 a e whc i prt -& M& Mo T
.^-4 m- 5aol ot Bcm tat d thetpow e prpity e .^ S A__

......... .. ....~U -fIS v ls en o ,.- --,. t-i p.- ._ ._ --
AT0J01"a meeoye S,

-fo. far-W-. .1 Iba
16v -mdehe ba al 5o.mflRNS 50l oiwab&*

u^t --* i -. J-- i.S... ....c2 s -"L - " a -S. -_ ...-
-.-,.ut. ft t.e h t. .....Plinio- A_,-.n- -, .

f% .:i^.- .... :.. -._- : S^j..-t^ 1^I I-ii^ fc i^>-B lJ a -^ -, i i,,jmc ,M fy liii.fgg ^P T E N -^

.... k t o en *1 7|t M O ._ L- - : m :Su.- q uay prum L- '. a ."i
^-"'- -W-I I --h ln -a : .. a aC .Cr -li. - __ a- :
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1.1 I.t Sat .. ,_ -. -
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"the-w- "- "3"nd l .. .. ~ "+-. usiwo 3.. .." K- -7_.
"e -- -- + "-
Da to and.Im~~~bg m ta. ~ HMS&C

- --- - ---.-.-


B _tho -bought from
pa8t While we are BOW usI l
better gods o -the m
willing for yoft&-o judge fr

For Wts wee we-wilhmtm l
prices on OVEMLTY D GO _
an -in -o -:-t

--your of --e m-t.

gadis ii largest yet
and we B -make tbe-ewt '1ieBiPSW
ie- mum
IS . : -..'. --

neawr at -hand-a I w~~
S_- Fug.. ftr .-~ whe @--i- d-I i

^anta~~a& Wekvems^m -1^k iiii~
te8t a butiful eif X
.oveltie- to --e-- fr-oa od- .

trhsie itmi~f^^^ ^ ius ia^
i-- t ---apI---

..-. . -i -. ...s:- .

~m i :---iBs --- ..... '-.. -:"* ....
la-l __ to d -bl o- .1-11 +.= .

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E. t idi-. 7%&- -
.- r B s g i .. ...e.I.. .
Jaysts Ii

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- th St.ess~the

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Ma- Saw, mooo -s
*-N.e( swal wt -afti*

^^^-^EE~~~n^ Al J GlS-^-B I-

hs he t I m d b

-~~~~~ 3 w s ~ btb&k h
" Awtajqnry airedhere ate wdA

4^^^.^i~iif itn I*o no -ro
*tfto ~~"'_4 b^f o helMk




Bpru-entatitw 11Cx y -off Vi.-s:i:i
kpc-aa kxlu anje Withl rei~iet

3fexioiLL7sas nHispeec]

tAtionta. .- -,-
WASHEBGTOS, I- )c: 7-Be~aB
thie Exyof VirginiaM"o aby -tro |
b 1ill far the admits of onfederats
an .eulaS unin soldiers to all soldiers'

amA_~e byT the g~riet
t-inioMA& mHiiiat' YmHewith tbe les-I
ident's in his speech at At-
Uanta which ~referred -W 5Oentn
care for coeeaaen~eis h
mixy bill refirs to lTing zx-camied
-e hbo are **xn3 ed crippled cc
2temt of she-bill fb.UowN
bThat after the pamge of thia act all
aoldizs t -Aeaaiid othe -ast7temonusm
j~f~tB~d y the gowmfirmewat I Ifa
,imainied cXippled amdumeey aoldisma ad
Milas of the United Statb shall 6be
spa to al 9muidm and nlem- of the
civl wa of 1941-65 pme the Aame
terms and without o
vhet~her tber ww enlisted Vpo th
ode .1 tbe'rniem 4 Co-fedeaeyY
t4 -o a l ~y -*- -ft F *'.' .

Refrs ~ (qmais linu= fin Vaweti
inttr tioi Cotbi liast* l m -aso
orf aTrijpl- AllinC-ee.
WAasuieza Dec. 17.-TeJapanes
m^initer, Mr- 3Jnaro Koumar, i n mn
tarvie, mai that he tioeld not oommit
hhifead m favor of sac an afliausua
that suggested by Senator iavis m
Pars _beweem the United 5tsk ERg-

-Tbe istrationdl -Afamsacs quisfiwa
i a great Oem," he added, "and is ab-
*oag~ the ausantie. ln fewo utiao
the earth I camust my whether lam
faf amof ueha alliapsc. as issg
- Theinuisier fiohe If the vast advaa-
ha had mm dima: tha -oae or lat
tibm mvM he illumc b2eten ,tf
SoM imh litwl ormra ine dr irmnm
* what Iminfli- 6y~ msih& bBU&.
~dw:- at sigbwd -Men _mi"
ae^ttboOft, aht pow of
grX^HeI~llli'fralL^fC&9*tf: M^B88



Adaa ii 4BJ as' sthrobable B

-:00N- ,- --e t-a -- --atad-

jwsrsB h ieto of local a heo

Baxdi thwOB~t finthna 1
-- ._ I f; IN
|te ~ ~ ~ fi if itiB u t lime Adol

i1 !'"' C-m-m

i tyl !-lt/.iiepd S

twitlM:at-we aa

JiB! aai^waigw-t

t- -,

Ias8 He Can RKow~old Manila
Against All Comers.


FKpeeted That tbh Vlsitptnes WHllYieki
..r..- ..y- i Am.-ri.-, as They
AdmiL Their Inarbuity to Staan
Wlth'ca: l'a-4c.-t e. -
MXn-._ -Dee- Bear Adira-
-wey, when a c-rrespodent of the
AssC iafcd Presscalied upon him today,
morteously. pleasantly, but absolutely
leCline tft discuss the- political sit.a-
ion in the PhilipiAne islands, on thd
-EOnd that hissphere waspuzejynavav
The admiral seldom goes ashore, and
adsted- tha his interviewer was in a
etter postio to acquire information
than the insrge th ery -dto
ory ispexmie the deqan abott
A "dira eweya ys He was glad- ta
keam te-insurgons w re rid-e" l specially
dk Spanish- seokts they heilM pns-
OWN, ince soeiog f Anrihaldo's graa-
nioqu.et refusal to do a& This Iwo.es

toua other inslrans eare ua y on-etia.
^xYil n spi nx of their defiant talk.

stiicuent everywhere with hihl st
is actoyreslt, a few influential Pili-

funos, in aen abtostteem mptro t self
anei te y altD muwas ble to. e has
ce rthe arabips of oin e"t f hame i-
Ied the different pt of thes and eiSt.
MtlO Ainer prme of tct offne Bat, mspe
fo thiso they coiNueds theirfany invesg-
less tPopular: ieptiment and jydi-

bly reate trmbl-pe I The. -admi

hoee. beiee this is impsbl a
ewulment everywu re wih evey t
Sactry resales a few icni.evrl -vi-
pa Is, mi. a s witho ow attempt at self
pendemce, thug use t W realize ei

oe maiunsdisppe ndt
era are -eaky ignorant .of the df-
"amce between the-name and reality.
The 'neatpp her invariably adoint
thartheyv woald bi unable to sand with-
-ut Amieoan proecionl- Bato inaspi-
ofnthin. the. T tinanie their ngaia

Jeeis outcry tor independence -and -may.
pommib.y create trouble. The: admiral,

hi ows beie. t is o So upn-sbe At-
the pesenmt juncre though every- tdi-
flng incdemt cmunts& However, very-
aly toh emases withofria confhich means
soD lkch gainz fbeo-pa the friendly fee-
3inu steadilyr Iner&sig.-te inchpwt
roPhilns dislppearnsg midthig

sae nespaprs of Mamiula are diS
wo ald ha-aIVhabi work*n-ithe sin-1
Bu pyiaaatlie of conn gy amI-
wte j wrinhed in Spasn-ind wum siaba
Ee ozeis- -ke upom As bein ver-
eto eimn s the gmd t he pWichay]
MzUM&d hem- *.. '. ;-
Te a is greatly interested ia
SaAWa the Araerkmalcu
anteew weto ain their dischages tewo
HBle~av there in a practic&liv=

To he a IStiOn tla theyaie
B~to hwA^ed ovr -to.teema
w e wipprvusAiQ landgrobems the ad
=Wvs~dA he behoved the Gaeraswiow-
bwr eaaeyabtdadthenw d-ew-P im
&* Pfilppmeiab dMM, tho ArM;
may, eadteia tiuehr

^ I QffiA1WmKZ *fS a$
~ -
-1 _P _

is dei B nyb the or -
M. 60 6te -m-bini .
So-hewn to, CzWmUi ..ilte
kEB-w" t.o te -CA &sIA1 aM
Ck alya"d we wish to Zipt 03 rm
-nil tainmpat, o( pn-rehaO -
Arm and igi-al -remedy.- .' -
I! -nu.i-Syr tfbga ru -li
- by the CAirowmr& tie Srvuu Of
aloy. kcBowledge .1 that f~ei !lB
I eOIn. 2 avldi*la the watr&;

i _ I I _* - .-
.r] :*~EGR ~BBl Ue CTiWiUP-I'^x --
l .o _keal, ad the titi
which the geadni Syrupo a igs ha
b UOlma of .nflimn,
the .rn f heCeaBpny'a gmty
of the excellese of its remedy. it U
IfT a advance of all otber katvetit,
-t a Mt -B the kjiiwyu. liver and
towek w~bitout irritiatia or cahx
u theni l it does- at gripe nmr
--aBsen. In border togetits beekifcal

ekfela, pfease remember the name If
Ae Co.Mp.ny- ...- --
,,-r'HrLstK*e. ~. -C -CX

-- '!% .HLY .

t h_.i _-. .-
i* -- S ^ ^-S. _!:- i t .z .- -- "
: n ri iy s-,
m- - A

__j -^ 7 1 _4 'Em ssp-l^ ^- eS ^ a U F' w-*- :
,.- sxysicas Offws.._^S ivf i;

t--. and s p-aa-nr-4. ti Ab---_

!* **.cStta .:. -.
vX, D-ec. '1.-T people ofTl
*san-. Sbnizsih a- ciCaain, mgfo
American occuioB, the Clubans be--
I cae tiey-live Bnures-m anid feaw!,_the
1Spiaiah aendets becams thy Am t
sa here sfter the SpEish soliers'
pature and they do not mish- the Cu-
bans to become fur-her eibttm-ed.
- Oeaeais AroiDs the iih-tazy RVer-
oro: te woyitc o1 Havana. zeo--
" eaby jle CUaI:as as being resfom-
Aiba ifr-t -he -violen cmndic of isrdvd.-
lcis ld i-m' a -es. -it is aMeted
th-Te feelin- .i Arolas. ba. t .,s
- "aaiiackrs 0 :2 Cuaai.s who g--e the
S-s:Vpm .o.nou :ill nov be d d.
CaQ tpamin Geneal Casela.os keenly
regrerss inc -iisordets which have c-
curree amid wihes hat the lasta"ys of
Spanish tele here m = be peaeflas
pUSMD.ie, a-* iay cares occury his at-
teai:The r alpm amtg t-h je. tioj
Spanish officers aid privates isthaz they |
onght to ma-k their retirement frothe
island by killing 5WO0 -f the tS.
They may be said to no -about with
their fingers -o the mg-ers of their re-
volvers and yearninig fLr troubie.-
-The Cubans ixn by streets and -m the
suburbs are often insolent and ceuse-
quently further trouble may BOt be
unlikely. ________
Bryan on tahe H- i.xue 4iboor,
WASHtsmTOi. ec. 17--William 3.
&yan came to the house of rejesea.
tives about 1 o'clock today and.was

fiwvUE=T Fu3w -
The governor. ompow, tre-
urw, attorney-wenmi and commia.
The go< ernw, seeuptary of Mate,
attorney-general, treasure and super
lnktndent of public intruction.
The governor, secretary of state,
comptroller treasurer, aiorney-geu-
eraL, eommioner of agriculture and
superintendent BOARD OF PARWO8.
T'he ovwerDor, seretary f .-,
comptroller. attorney-genuraid I -a
unoer.aagrnatUr. _

naft Csrt -&for Alachna Czunmty-
Spring term convms the 51 Toes m
i. May. Fall term the 2d Tuet.iy u
D ner- WA. Hock.in, judwe; y,:
.- C .rl roliitor l Dentot.
C-ounty oaurt-Couveoes -n the 2n^
Moday of October, Janua.ry, Apr'
aud July. H. M0. Mos.,, judw..
Cou.ty 8e~ iesville.
city.Oficer!s -
MaTw -& J. Buinett
Maasbal-C. H. Davies.
Tax o-etor-T B. Elis.
flrty Aw-B j. J Arow-.
C$1 <3Clk abt -Treamarer-J- '.

uUKKAu OP' IxxInn.ion. i City rtokfeitw-4jdw T.F. F. Kiui-
The gveme, ortaw am Y (nuindl4. K. Broomne.-W.-H.
Thienmirner jet 20 e i 0!- 1M I Da I. J F. Bartlen-, R- K u. F
^ A.. ^ Suanchs. W. (Q 9o0nn. A. F.
tabte hine9-W.-A.-in Wittatuek. CoenUlI mwnt am- Mar.-
St~te ngi~erJtrfm rxdao in yaaehneab mzk.

AM. I w MM,
S V -DU KE: -
PureWIfc Wios :- *-:
--_ -. :

ou. .. .e MrU..mw..- .-LM .-i-N.iLr F
... . ::._- L

i.R-"-,OF A AWHIU..-IES.t-
I ~ ~to u l mported and -demeatle RumLOt. Bim bdw ^ and Whfaci ^ __-_ '_L''*m
to BediBI am -'?bThe be"t and ft i imemoo Dra= t Deer In the ct. Jl TO
Beac-ewr TPwima-al h. JgT. & K 'W. 1%

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over. u-- .. -D.-.izhan^.. -s-rveyor-3J. w. Pato -
Judge-H. 0. MawKn
C--(m_.H. BeypoaS6 Auorsey-C. L. Pi-U-e

QMnmimoner of Agriculture-IL B& CRlleetor-& 0. Cato.
-~~~Spn~fU M, S "' ;- -'- -WJehoobel t
.Womi*. -, -e... ; ,- .. S. nTeiaTotrfSd .Wat M.
Superntendentof Public Inttrucdton 1o&Mmv
S SU U orcT omm. ---J- D. Mat-eu.
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giveI a -most cordial receptiondm by his
former colleagues in congress. & ryi br
in the day Representative Emily of
Texas, thie Democratic floor leader,
I reakfasted with Mr. Bryan -at the lat-
|ter's room and it is understood discused
in a -genez-l :way questions of pub G
And parry policy.
Iire n Board a Steamship. -
NI w Y oRK, Dec. 7-The-Hoganline
Ssteamir Mattewan, which- left GSIws
ton an Dec. 1 for Boston, arrived here
today. -'She -was co siderably iov1
at Boston, nd some anxiety had- be
felt for her safety. The Matewa has
se8.100 bsles of cotton onboudfon
-New England mills, in which firae was
discovered, but to all appearances ex-
|tinguisled previous to her sailing from
Galveston .___ -_
Day's Work In thbe Hous".
WAsMsoox, Dec 177.-Some cel-
kneous business, including tue posing
of several minor private bills, was dis-
posed of at the opening of thesessitmof
the house today. The debate upon thj
bill to incorporate the Interua a
American bank was ten resumed. Mr.
Bell (Pop, Colo posed the measure
Capta'n 3Iargr*vi Sniides.
SKISGSTo. Ga, De 17.-C-aptain Bob
SHagrove, a highly respected citizen of
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eummr- -i hiioaeroi -eiat aa ae-n-at
btek bio parceptsanof the quality of tetthm! be
ml. is par *ttf twithout apeer. To Mr. Deio'
an, &-4-- - .. beas essatbs.ed the images_

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S- ttin tis -as welas
iFfs highy kawalae vtad tleM s i iDeuta
"fa dre aId ifrb be ades IA wuifl widom
-matn aId arlty Mr Boban is In

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t{wrapa that amte kthkth ity,j
and trs he the different rad rn
through their yanka. They utlihe
about twenty Enolish and maMn
Tloy abet one hundred and twenty-

to bIaniM t four mouths In the-
a Ued the thead amnufture and
others to eoms to Florida to ma~ke
their pa -es. desired, instead of
dein@g winh factors in the large

m _ean - .. - --
-.. p-.cy of the firm cused a
rapid manaa in the initial prlce of
cotta greatly to the advantage of
farumes until the manufacturers, in

andotton, an forced down
I rtmn-C. received the -igheat
snade for the exUSlien& e of seailad
cottima at -(lalasrili Ia 187%, gold
owls]l at the Paris exposltcon of 1IS,
I higes a rasi at Jackacavlile in 1891
iand gold medal at the At! iota expli-]
tuooof iaa
1.The -l of cotton seed tWu
f tiir ls ezt~vex ynBgaged in by
[this fira ani they annually dispose of
thoaaacds of teai
They keep pace with the pogreasofi
ihe Uiren faster. InStaag theeir ca-
-pacirtyith t:e rowth fttbedemandi
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pirkbgatl yb kad theta-,bd
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of Maity maerial interests They..
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to th benefit of Oaneille and ti -^----t -
tbeffl tX lsdydbe he f~t bar {av
=W fidfolsy chargee& theirevery I
duty to th people. eir .lennt I
bank buildig with Ha atbedral
windows and -tile fioor, is an oma- f
"nst -6d -et:4 A ilf ott i --a
ment to te city- if uinvile and a a
-on to the energy a ee
Col. Dito. who at the head of
the firm, reemguixrdA -s one of the -
threwd&rt financiers In the w*tt and -
hbe dervee intouted prAe for -the-
publc spirit andWeterprwi Les'ea-ha
Wibited into hkis residence in Is1
city. He has *ne more -o advance
the material interests of ibi rity awl 1,
seftlon thanay other ingle individ <
ea. He has been s meti. ali.. I - "
p-l"_ euterpies= calclated to re-J
doom! to the benefit of G&nsesvtte.!
H& wa ro in LadloW-, Vaalou:;,
-and -uvl U15e A ris the1
unlesamay. Aththa e 'ihee awed 4
-to South C~~--tcla where he made hf - -. .-.. -- : -- ,--- -,-
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-os! the frTm_.. :- the!- --
-ra .isx.splm u s -ecod Cto Dot-1 .- -to -etuibut -o whtb be believes'the&w ftmdi a hi S AM e S -al h t-
SaHe w a srewd A io. e ortheuobtr a t thf et. 900-tt T t.. art-e- to tfei wo H i o B._ _

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aIer. f lti-a And is AM.
ithewia-*rt -an" j
-ae" me is net an o-e-: -
vat Wew tE b. ad, ad "4vhisthe U.-

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of atW4

Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida.
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-et and most Inte'esting atttln'. s. r and pola he wite
andlnot~ltnow^^ 100 whether 0_ eedetoenW,, a"
1 For ceturles this Sink, Wht e wAle It-teyhr -ewanter,an
known a Alachua Lakej UA f Oifagpt sIutbeywater
Known to traveirsaa" exowra. a leam to s forn atendimg -t a.-
.e fro tho b- eae~e -.4g M.,, .lb -to-1
Sif* frm f, f^MI through the rooks; b to-
s he eurio~dty audadarfrUonofttwae "'^ .Bth a
': ,he eurlo~t~y atd a l~ta1oSf those wadstheautamn, when the waters
wim, have visited It. it wasmalotlft the po ey then!t
f ~ I~ted and aplirowd to the sink In such multitudes
spaniard over three -hundred ym I tm to be se preming on in
Cgo. The deeriptom AMowinIg Is. m at tims ito e en m, bt ing
extract from -wlllmlmlrtram'Tm- ra banks Into the ban, being
yex, Through K +ri oad Cam-urged by pursuing bmd of aftgos
Feia, lrogf m*d 1&W pr, and when teristhe great

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an4 the Cbetkt( uit, poumblsed b5U 1S~k r iIu9fle
dvonrlug enme lytgI wi o

'i tbem. Tbovmmuansare:diveodar,
S; UiiaireIire with wsloin -^nA*dr^ tatc al
te a ik.ntis evident at the te tIbms th
-77 thee ^ stesh being itolmb
udth;n eArly in the .mmr. The* Ski
r ws~pw AsI. mm doomorm.treefl nreand rentr- -bi
^ A ^^ S^^thierl,mnoh h~ighe uptha t
SSta V othe wewi*h fak
rklay*I ormksonfathic A* or
IlI muas tne ovenr and there Owhr the

1^"gukA^A bltskior outletsaei theserok
the or tubes four, 0i md sx feet I
tdiaeter, exactly totlr, as the tube
y sec^yi ^a a masofsmu pefoaed by pmeu~pdkllWa v.11*
~~ ~ o6 a cannom or walle weIll Many of

I theae an broken Into one ano-er,
1 or-b foimli4g treat ni ed orlmce, appear-
k.t+t m i i b in ibydl alternatejamBb. andam-
4', i^-- mu roaI r pefdldu1lar niches or eica-

AbMot mx= miles nrtbwt st of
04lamy#i iswhat ib known ms-tbe
) ltmKllHopp s It Is a phyal
benoeseus Milk.uatu6aslreutlrfka,
a-wik -are wonde" It I former
ea Wa"bowl, over 100 feet i
sjth~andlinntdtlUWSa Uled wIth
praterout cerlaebadeptink*h*
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their property In-OGainesville. indieat-
lutare growth and prosperity of 4A!
hi"y. Frontthaqaibern urms o
Ie lat System at Fort Tamp Ipa e
-pauy Ii opeating a -magwu"af
Hj. of ocvan tter to ad fratt
Kjy Wst and Havana, making the
=otdlrect conaectioas between this
ant ad our new n
I amply prepared to conduct with
rapi1 faciliy all the ixnmenaebualuce
mow controlled ly tile ooma$B|44 as
weas to suIpply le constantly -
ereasing demacd whieb is being made
p itt Ie gh eral offleg of the
Florida Southern Division ofth
PiantSyttem are located In Gaines,
ylle, iand Division Sperint dent W.
B. Denham and other officers and
attuaches have their homes here.
The Gane-v!ue6 and Gulf Rail oad,
rmuning from thi city to Irrlne,a dis-
tanee of 28 miles outh-west passes
through a section of country un'noal-
ed in Florida for feitlilty-in f .
garden spot of the state. Tit
will soon be extended to tome
on the Gulf of Mexico, and will
important connection with ru i
Roes of railroads and a steamshlj 'ne
to the West indies.
In addition to the railroad facilities
emdyaorded, It's in cou empla-.
1- jwetjiio" Med,14 to construct a
trn{k t of railroad frmn.Wi-
eeptre of theS*nth-
-& tot, 'hlog .the Gulf Mexico
at Msepott the extreme southern
p of thtut Iie, fron which place
o isihis *-wilt un a to
SIorl co; Tois rmad will
iR~R^^l~pQthtXoQBif (utnrsvlle and
farmeaso-wtois. astoo
-ia s%-.p^Rn cour-llsh m uch
tsf Ai

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.ig fMlly equal to the LmvL tquippkd 1
rainroad& it, the'cuty Thisara
has one which enable IVt I*
reach with ea aud safty all pDn's
hsand Wet, -North and 8,uth.
The Plant S.sten, running from
Savannah to Tampa, is universally
recogsaied as oce ot the greatest rail-
way ystems- in the United States. I t
operatea hie, formerly tbhe Flwida
Southern always, running from
*a'nesville to Palatka, fifty Males eastA
of GIio Mle, and south to Tampa.
The Plant 6ya*ei ib thoroughly equip-
p d, ha-iang erry modern facility ort
th e scommodatiun of the traveling
public an I the tranD-ortation of
freight to the markets of the country.
Thip company has expenskd vait surs
Of money in making improvements of

-Whet lluaizidslidB comfort in hie own home. So wh-a you have e 04

red one, tha you keep it by placing enough of iasuranO -Ftia|good
Scomp any o 1 vr te e cost in case of fire.' The Morwickp0o*1
Ei ;-oeni Y iHOommercial Union or4the Indemni _li i1 ...
jes wWh e ixt, arem prompt in payment, vast- itt oui WslH&

Itnhteir polieib ,We wll insu1re you at a low premam. n .

Fromi every -tandpoint Gai UwiP H
ctmetil^ -h -y IWOiMlt
111i ., or4.
heatht rerorthea lortda. The c11yii .
located imd ,ay hIEw teU At a

"*iltf;- ti tt sit outllB "
reach of malarealt poGis 4ile, ..
supply of thecIty ighia abundmut,
is CPnU:" a 4waB i| : -,
Pure; apeffnt^ go~ab ^
got hoteesoai gEari~
.accdnn odattoaof gciststhe largest
and ma i os- .g.]
oIn tb _ae, the ( -
ome, I located here; thaswe 60or7
adjacent to theci~ismost attractive,
ket and pacbrie a ftooniryo9e Bamchas
to promote health and hmppine .
he following is a partial intdof
business housesot Gainesvile. Thea .
are many mall estabitshneDUtot SOC
named: There aro two banks, twor
building, and loan assieiatioasi one 50ll<
cotton giinery, two M gianeime ,
two wagon and carriage factor, two der,
rtensi e-e foetorle, two idr fae-
-e l e tcgbt planted gas light
plant, oeD tannery, one wash and door rfai
otory, two pk uaing mul*, one ba-m
ket and package factory, one
estabfiahmeft, two wholesale and re.-
tail hardware toree, fifteen
stores, seven dry goods and mley
*stores, two genta' furniahing stores,
two seed store, tbrce facket stores,
four fLrotUtrestorem, one bylestore,e,
two newsi6epots, four drg *stores; two fl
barber shops, four maoon, for fish
and meat markets, two tailor shopsa h
four restaurants, two bakeries, three
livery stable,, one music store, two
eerph officers one daily .0 week-.
1y newspaper, one express office, one g
opera house, a number of first-clda -
hotels and a number of boarding lJfY
housms ____
*ThocatUAlo4ifwy of Florida Is as
& aqeipuriBlBgconditin now sham^ ~
ever betore. The demand for cattle in amsi
Cuba alone t Is sflceat to develop *"a
nrm 'So &rade. N o s*ate In the *oas iDo
cana oipete wt lor^;~tIda toe this|^^
.lia.ahii-WesI Indi
Iriaodr ~ ~ ~ 7 777,, p "dfo _7t.IB
CubMake It very profltablto tbom *a
wbhoarasofoartattato~bftObl a porngj
sflos tofcappIy tha demand. WIthi g

the~ ~~Z neto-wyee th ere a Psuttss m
sankle doubt that maoy firitoes wm Trf
hepsdiadq e~ittgCte to be bippexl fSj

posMBle3mflka, The countyis o 912t

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rej eated '.'te ayor byslelaae
large ^p aol of al hhid
Wbohaoespeutawiter in Oer city.
There are"mbt of t-Ietsrs eiiung
in OatnSvile who tame here yea
aO bloena-o in, i halteswho aTe
meost mtive, pileapited ttize
this ywas oiveyed froY- O .. r l
Neid depotto thahotel on a
aud wau pTieJm to bel fa t.68i4t
stages of couiq pb. He lived far
years and was conceded to be the fore.
most imaa In Aiehua- county In ad-
vaneing the iuteregst of the people of
thisl cealily. 3

In Firem
LiAfe Accident,
Plate Olassand Mdlmnity.

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unty or MUiicipalOtflters.

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