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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 29, 1899
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01842
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 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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DEFENSE HOW RESTS

IN THEEAGAN CASE


AGONGILLO REFUTES

STARTLING-REPORTS


Secretary f ?Wa Alger Gives fliilpino Agent Hasn't Cabled


His Testimony.


FAVORABLE -REPORT LIKELY.

amly Be kta-.M .
ATLATAJan- 2&8-Tbe gmokIka-
s~yof the _tatep whie-as I MRe
ier the raiy of -b legisatr-e eom-
itee for e timae pest, wilibe b e6
Lined as a deparment~ of the ~ste

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b~sheasx few dajas


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aldedb bI dwt 4o. ", -*a& and the
cmmi+tt. wil l 'toim r-prt
-ei d*s c it waort& o tshabm gim
AM apRrIiati o of- 8KOO* has bees
made dib-liy to 0he de1a6t"ent
Sgeoleogy. and the rport of thSe com-_
mite will determined whether thisf
awmt iltobe used fethatpuorpose a
.the sur ey, a L dquient. t an-

UNIQUE RESOLUTION, THIM
June.Wants V -U tbe Wkord "Negro'

Xosrc. TMY Alae..Jan. 286-Rpre.
mehtatve James of -ouvingtoa has iht&o.
faued lito the hovn of representatives
imaque reKolutioi to the effect thai
baa~tranuctiomsinthisiAste of a ju-
dicial, edncatitnal er badess charac
ter. and in all imatters public or pnriata,
where it ismeeamry or desirable to dir-
lingushh between the Anglo-Sax and
black races the word colored" as now
appied to the black mae shall be elUm
Batedu and the word *'Begro"udtnt-ed
herefori ai"d that m writing or print-
ing the worn the mUid letter sball bhe
Capitalasis the eastfs in respect u
c~e distineivtie zame. -
The preamble so the resolution Betb
oat that "colored" is not a generic
word and that the word 'negro" is ncl
intended as an insult or stigma toth4
race The Alabama statutes now mrekfe
to-the negro aa persn of coo."
SMALLPOX NOW EPIDEMIC.
Xewty.j Two Hundred Cases Reported
te AUisaIdain Tam.


-_ -- J .--D..__ -1 Iumualt For Lltee a forgery if it ascribe to Aga--ilo
e Marr S. C. Mil-t. the recorder of the any advice to Aguinaldo to begin fight-
b ,. .- .-_ 'seo of esa rwar investigating Co ssion, was ing. '.- -
abet called 5ad in answer to inqomer said Beyond denying this repo-t, Agoncllo
auty today, wher he haheeu invw that so far as he knew the order of the spib h had nliig to ma pamc
---utigaf --.-rted mf.allp o-- ia jI--. gran.ting- immunity to wit--I to -s-.ttiooai or f-rt Agni-
tb tL board. Ht mmses befa e-tbatbody had no been re- naldo. He exoprssed the p=UWve opm-
-- a--uS bari i. s.. ucedtowri..g. Atthispointthejudge on, however, that the "wrispart that
Sha th--. as -been- -a_ W .avoca- read d esid--t's t .. -. F-lipi e.ogres had a Itborud a
cases J ote .. .h. .mblg fbe w ar . e dec" rtaion of ,war was no t c a- he
aot12 mihe f'rom Mlalaohow"".
aaq-" M- roa Mw '*o~gauug g~ag~mpMusoom which, however. ^, ^h Pia ~peoe icwaa
-- Oa---me. hich
.- -.-- ...--: --.-- miar l and the witnOess w" cU5. wit h the Am caad will do
~~e^rd. -a ,alw.Ie.4", asked! whether auorerinstructionshad everything possible to avoid it.
-is ecthe disea-e at M-is wti ban given. He replied tiha their e had ie- _. :L
OB ekago c hadAkaed|^ g witness waspretathe AmcIuBisWced
16 befte ha dieowed thehe --t an theprdnt -OWhe The officials at the state department
a ~ I irk. ha E IZ to ZZJ Z tZAoliufa ach
tare of tifeeta Dem of the war investigating o- a mute res g
m eaeave bee am". in w.. The wimne aid: be -accorded Agoncallo, the -represents-
-peainsift ki deat m"ta a*The- rR& of immunity- for wit- tive here of Agninaldo.- although i4 is-
aesses came up. I think it was called known that he has been eld under sur-
__________'Temate oeimant orhee f -hgiis ,arvlthough is i
"-''--'-"- "'" u "- p by Mr Dodge, and the president veiliance ezer since h arrival i this
-oxrozkT, Al a.. JaL- 2& -Th3 said that the witnesses who should ap- city and it was learned that he was w.
-ctc state ezecadve nait ? pear before the -t mission could doso corre.pondenca over the cablog with his
m.iht e i a.. .u nimous injiimid t wiut Afey fear of pusem or chief. generally through a one of
-.- -- .... -. .. .iRaectn." ". -. the Phzilippmne junta m Hong Kong
et os of tOe geUl-- assembly in ca M Rassel A. Alger, the secretary London or Pari, -but whether any to!*-
. a estoa oT te t.ta. -f -war, was not called to the witness gram has been actAually intercepted
t^im at Alaam a-:T Cienm &Wa smtnand. He said that he recalled a eoa- cannot be learned.
a menedthat there be B- turthesj t 0ersatio he had with Ueneral Eagan There was good grounds also for the
agiation o te matter in -hortly after Genera i Fes had -given belief that Agoncillo was receiving ad-
a th. e of-.th at tha -at-+i-u. his testimony. General Eagan came vice from eertia persons inimical to the
he- alowedtoremii its present f iro j ox-e ina n excite state of p .iv the president has adopted for the
unb~t aiendnieu. Tha emmauit I mind ^and a sai it was his wish to prefer treatment of the Philippine question at
-caled se ma for Mach 17.. c hargs a-aist Geeral Miles f what hisstage.- This has been toerated m-
.C.Ity avn" on March a h. a a- luctantlv by the administatim rather
_state atcNM a; Week late w 1 told him," testified Seeretary Al- than to make an open is u e of whatis
W---. l- res.a .T ..U. -r, "that under the president-a order still a case possible of adjustment. The
wevass MV uw r e s" "W. "" -Is "'at" -
.... _. l, I. guaranteemg immunity to officers who publication two days aroof wat proved
A a 2&-To efiied before the commission he could to be a very good abstract, wih. ezact
ape fh bemng ru over bya -tCainB|notdoso." quotations, of the letter left the day
mra T. Herbert sad Mrs. Tina I General Alger was then excused. the precediig the publication by Agacillo's
Woofrtd w... t membeo of the court rising to their A reary at the state department, like-
weo a tres-tl 6 Imp1we fet amhe wihdrw. wise6waiF resueted as a notable b *ach
mtm ft j tenst t o tax r. wa wo1 f W. I-r- .- Offial dOcom-
wen jumped troty'fc-h to eLeaarf fiirt iAiwy Pnecr. Th nt-inabion of the fcial
-ai bw. wBr_ bl .-d-r- IColonel Aldmder and Colonel Dais at this PauIesu m was toget r.d of
Jure&d UMr BwtHisrAsw lying ins'were recalled said tmitnat never dul- A eillo. brat officiaLs were loath to
irro adtot -- T_ -:t. m vs I .;. y--
l odi"o. They were walki jg their acqataca wh the an acti a advance of the -a-
Sm cks w ,aatraicame aluow, iad hey known si o ue vulr tr e passing upon -the pending pee




A pam m a g u peace
A--ug Strike s. g t profane manage. He always i bad been i .cal as action might in-
crect and clean i speech and never vo.ve psug upcn certain legal aId-
SAue Ar, Ga. Jan. t-The saihi ad they known hin to Use nB Alb citea amm aofthe AngVm district. I guage as was used im his statement be- i ts not desired to esmalwsh precedents
which b N 2 eded t.da, an-- w2mD FU Hopkaim s Of Ca n a is tma, at o
the T.-rike rered to work a t the reI ew. York. General Eagan's sonin-lawI. H 1-nUeRdr, ela-.
ded scale. after ae .weeks of idle- wa lld He m t Washington An erin officiis believe the general
-an. Sow_ el *Mu co-S a .e madef after General Mies h d given hs tsttie- tenor of the advices Agocillo has seat
b- tbw mil in the matter of boeurent f -ay and lived a t se general's house. hi -Prin.cilas Li.s *een -n line of ad-
aad ft. bat the dtails o the U eU-P B e-""d be -t.en ob.ered ttatGeneral nation to boA off frt the accepts-
e0nt are t ge ot. Aboat 4 Eaan was v rery rest.es and vo anue o. an -term. from General Otis i-
ad.s wee involved I nthe strike. n cld n ea- n- ay -r -eep T- _w _f. ibe prpect that the peace











... . -P W- . .. ; . +- t
-M e-e. O.- | a tIy. -A the able he at tuc wou. treaty .i .t.,ai i the Utited Sta t s
Meuae..- Ar. r~r >fe~ttey. stop eai*ng aad apparently wo"ld low' eate,
T.A. Jan. _hisel t iii thuhL- He wa aten. r Tae siaroa t Mania s bearded as
Jatw McClelUa rof the bwmpemw coo nervo, s an&d sb-wed signs of Coore-tion icritimal of course, bat the officials 9"
of ^ tha- wno of~ m rt.0o1 the bran-. WtnVess oo roasawyAtheycauaotcoamaadat
oAimbinma, -~g adidtal BO i Peat had lg rakv with his wife-aboat fora -i tne. at Least. Uenera OtIs is-
| wat would he appointed to tfta her fxlbeher. acul he ua-i told her that her portad yesterdv. in muectios with
Uatted Staute. arosma judgmhp. has Me-: fatSr muss be sarelullv- wanted and Fsoe a=ter$smeoncoted wilh tebeshtp-
d fre Irem ah mCOtes, al wie: th bat thev Bsn tB prepared !or any- affi iim- of aime sick Spaiaib sal-
W*FabA.c bin a- izdmesiM.t ( Hoab1 an-. 4:e-amlag 'a mind wasAo -t rs. tbasthe <*id baid out beyod a
VU D_ belwbT oa HantuviUe. Mr. Sb6.-1 epinave at tbs nie at in. watresa ooubt cati iz reuatorveiess mmmci
IbyffrhIUIS ar. cult deas of heappomBs. delved t im ing ver serious s and a4ed that as the new* a reached
--i. \- _______jWig-ti happen L-atattee^a *vey prospect
rr a c f U reat Eat it. wite3 D sdiU. w thas te pea treaty wolU besoca
_~~i .. -ia gioowyv-ram~e o! ain~d in (x-,w ,* rattled byi Be- United Sftats se98c the
X133&M Al&,. Jaw .-J. W. o that had boea"-, effetuzm tne uTe emest had baow
Hag. paasew at 9.mi m sad a koct a i. He .t teiat aemt hotar w aesagur .erde
a lsuduiug ff~r~pBlcni o the ustel. estreurwol and that iw tit.i not wAnt toi Gorr*l (km wa iven prrmn t
heck -1om Wa tnexa. whts e be tma peo;&_ G,.sa EAten- wities l-4 oue of *bes ick Spanish sidan I
hm In the tam Of a uBttk-h dj1 Ifurthe BecS d-i nor want to io -n V.i z u ? tw E ^a sa a SSssam. now as Na- -
mL t~rTmifasgis.B mt- stietS? "t nbuurystom will be "t- anyr on. andi krattv feJ hs darracnt. be Ft4 10 tev -ux i 3m0tam linas.t of
Anda h. 1y Ju! LtI. i*iu ,It riI 5, tb o :1a pi. -Tbp--an -ethe war
**H~iiM~i^ g yo-- j e -pra'rit en :im stea msip has that
6.Cuwsab ym ssnte fimeif Mrs.. Hot-kia. tb<* dacane of Gea- ibe-.r=-et s:--tIx we-k ror the I
Mal Lagpa wee tbt- iex; wnes i (w-- Mt;Wsnes Ca-.-an 1 she -aamh
Umas.. a- a-Jorei@i& Ryank tra! _xcan tanvl hat _C7
wfP M h1Knbly**4*f dmafromt ^ Clit 6-? ratatf tS3 '3 o her istite -
,ab muavrr sine week. aso. c sai ubttt-z ..n-i Cc'r s-~-en- fcer aW- j^-ia ta testt G1MW ".
mkted m(id in rom Otwr Bowar' se'etii in-^. ir-5 ia-etrs SKn reJ spun.cal.y~i a-.hertameAb
--s e Beeedanasry -w, she e a s t ,-. na w&. ;*a^; I ea war and
harm w~h ruimruaid bled d mak way y aih ~ier :n ci. -Azil. .trciak.nni: bfcfre. use -^e of tor di^omtae repre.
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Be ha bJ rba eaA jew << l-wCl M i& '^0 a ns se.- wra-aiest of i^ Cus~a a utea Wa W 2
[ 1 0 Mr oves- e ve r S e eak t it -t' c-' t i P C= lw t saAer -- -A ns e a , b a
es sad He e ^e aur aain. r .2 1046aO4. f Cue awiSl ge

he odjammie sMr of C(fa rnpaa~ Be t'a- .t. i-c.k .' iix~aa e~ac nor t~J a^ ^it~ CA^ ;-* (nerat Giinas
OFI the w sa- XM-C ha riaza, aad Rr BlA e Haab was? Oea-r i c^t aauo c<-aaas s*-***tint oira
I es _SP'mthew bee ^ that* t-iw' c!& : anaimmat ctutdtflt3 ^ ^^ soas uzdar Sca rni
w.SS^. lS~ Mr 'W'-s-t na^- at Br>a** ^**' ^**" **Ge e s O aul sdfaafs-u a 1~rircx fcrva ts -__------__--
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-with-r ed a ad is wkin a domN. tfa Jeft&-v pr'-ri ^-'a .j As i'.z -5- iL.-sr. Ai4^-.*.a. i Rp;L ^i.&mce
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i due nit omly to the originality and
implicity ofthe e mbiatiamm. betala2
to the ce and sill with whic k is
m pnfaPtured .by e ati. S. pre
know. to tbe CAwuvmEA Fti Ssarr
COL oaBy.amdw with to ioe
all -the IsmPPoLNRAsMeof pI'mai1066h
te and origin"' remedy Am theA
gettuia Syrup ot F~irp as mafacts,
Sby teK Cur6- F Snrr Co.,
t ... a knmo ._edg. of tat. -fct w-Il
aist oe an avvoding the wart'alm
kBaUitaiosk mansUacturei bryothme ppo-
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|ai p. Amof anod th? -*ctim
whib tOw -emesia syrPUp at Fiva ha.
|reea uiBku of tuml.s- .. e
the name of the CBa ajraiaafaty
at e ex :U at cd its ra="Y. TI is
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COURT TAKES A RECESS

- -ber of Witnes Go ow the Stand
mad Tell Raw MXilps' Army Berf
Statement Affi.eted the Coimussary
GOUCraL
WSmeo. Jan- 28.-The first wi-
bess before the Eagan courtnartial to-
day was Xr. David McKee -of this
cIy. for many years the. agent of the
-Assi Fated Prs. He had known Gen-
eral Eagan for about 45 years. They
*ere intimate friends as boys and young
ae and tshe friendship never had been
interrupted, although they at times had
not seen each other-for long periods.
Dring the period between the time
General Miles gave his testimony before

the day on which General Eagan made
his statement, the witness saw him two
or three times. He then seemed care-
worn and mcrlh preoccupied.
Mr McKee aid that the impression
General Eigan then made Upon him
wa that he had become insane. Wit-
nessed Always had found him very cor-
ect in his bearing and speech and on
these occasions h manner was so dif-
ferehsthat he was greatly shocked and
alarmed. and the conclusion witness
reached wasr that Geneal Eagan had
lfs his mind. OnfO t of these om-
moms he expressed so General Eagan hig
prukunad regret that he bad given utter-
amne to the language used in his stare-
ment -and reproved him mildly for not
consulting him about the master.
- Te general had explained thathe had
not felt at liberty to consult witness be-.
-cause he knew of the long existing
friendship between the famiily of the
-itness and the family of General Miles.
p4rricut-rly between Mrs. McKee and
Mirs. Miles. and sad -h (E .gan) did not
feel. at liberty so bring witness into the
cotfRofVersy. -


His People to Niht.

O MESSAGE :IT EPTT

He Says the Natives Are Aiximos For
Oar FrIerindsh1p and Will N- e.w At
tack Vuited States Troopa Unsiea
Driven to Sueh a Course.
WASMMOTOM Jan.. -Z -Agmallos the
representative of Agnjmal todava-
thorized the following *rnumet con-
cerning pubis-hed report that thegov-
eramen- ha -&iintercepted dispathe
from him to Aguinalo in which he ad-
vised that M Fipinos would have -U
fight for their independence aad thaM
now was the tmne to act:
"The steiement is absotely fal and
is calculated to excite feeling and ani-
mtos y in this coun try and to prejudice
the Philipp iae cause. iNo such tel-a
gram has ever been sent by me and for
tiiat reason no such telegracould have
been intercepted.- The falsity of the
rstiarement is siown by the fact that I
have cabled mny government to coutinUe"j
the sane friiudsnip which was b e om a
the battlefield sganst Spoin The Phil-'
ippine people nave no wish and no pr-
pose to fight against the Americas un-i




y -. are- n-e Fo". ohn
less lacy are driven to is. Their 1r
deszeris to strengthen -the bonds OW
exisyin""'
Other r members of the ipIno jnta
who were present when AgoRcillo made
his statement concurred in what he
said and emphasized the later's decls-
ration that all his advices had been to-
ward an avoidance of a rupture. In
other quarters it was stared that Agon-
cilio lad sent .aispauches from time to
time. 'three rather long ones going
within the iast iew dare.
According to the Fiipinos nothing
that has been sent advised fighting, but
everything- has counseled continued
friendship. Under such W a.
the members of she junta asrst that
any incrimimating dispatch which has
come into the hands of the government


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OPPOSED TO A BIG ARMY.
Repwemutatflte nders. .1 oflw
Addrreuse tUe HpeW.
WAS Oz Jan. 2& When --
home nm today biat BUtto more 0u u
hoirrined, of th tim6 r gmrn.
debate an the -anmo ri m ganadotfo lbU
M fi I ------ (Rep6. dL) *,iA ft
opmdo-r today. .He'_-had. he a -. bow
oirto catch the war fer ast rMWI.
Hed _b-, ,,m--ae -of the xf
roUpbleam the outgrowth of the d00=l
tie. which be est i at car inminaof
dcrs, bt he ad net amtlip Am
we would be carried to auyiwheaa
7,9BO miles frM OWAbKaL.
He looeeked wit a&VWMf_ amy
.propomtiom 1o iue the .i=
and he hoped i mM not be iny
-to establish a -tadingamy of _M1 A
m-m -He was, howver"- i vie a t-
cmditiMn wli~feg to cheerfnUly *Bp
port"a pmi N 2I-. to minCa. tume sasly
to11A.O .0 wor m BeymdLthsW
hoped he mold marObeca jed upom t I
uot if cmgireininuatgobsyoud ^tbathu
trmsted that no pimvWm or 1few Dima
en wan!d be mm. bant disatdme be
lodged with thm preddemL e preeI
dent mid be M tO .
Therm was dohiig in this moutA- t
can fr mst.andig army of -1000 The
Speole Wee peaefl and t e.wa _ab
ulateoy nihingin the Unmted tme te
draw the ire-of the-guns fat yo d
country of the globe. -
M. Lenders speke of the 4men.
stratio of the "cker" whi
cowuty ,and the hor. had m_ d.
The kiekhig had be" hemore the wan
was fairlym under way. Sor. "kicked"
at the president. some at the eAmietWry
1 war, -som at the staE, sdat th
adjutant geni l
There wa- -kicein" at everytai
ad anything. It eWa easy to "kick
I- was %he hapest kind aof t n
ship and the uppiume that gresesd s
was the chpest son of apphrne.
MOTION to QUASH FILED.
latestt Strp Takfa by the Attora@e
f 34r. Anna G erg.
Cirrox. 0., Jan. MS-A .en te
-us the indictment against Mrsai
Anna Gearge for murder in theftna
degree in kiling George ii &atoe was
filed today. It is purezy technical sai
applies to a?! the win of thegrand jury
as muhaa to (he George came. Itina
17 counts, e&ch. alleBing -l egIlaarjW
the rganizamu tttheinmaidjury. 1Th
last count sm iXup ftolw
The grand jiwy **was not a
one, and Iwful jurors w'e BO( lgfaly
selected, were nos lawfully nreatod, mat
lawfulTy uin*med. not lawfully
sworn and w ot eonpoud of a*hee
*leckterof the -ounty as by law pr
The moaton is being argued and-
overruled a plea in abatement wia e

An Old Track to -Be SmM.
LxaiGwOr.r Ky., Jan. f8-barim
BreeuofSt. LIAmu, whohao, a lien fog
about W5u.0M the Keatmcky aMo
don track. the oldest in the united
States, will letin wowk cuttiSg f u
into ownl. kosm in a few dayA li
hares nave been ordered -away -frwo
the track by March 1. Them wifl ba
nowme running mcgat Ligfm.
A Jcsks Supporter Dead.
HASizzsmrcG Jan. 2& -Bepremeetativu
Harry Manning of Cunbmberand camay
died today of pmeiumomis. Beprepenca-
SIve Manning was a Demomrt aad p.
ported Jenks for United St ate atnrr.
He was paired with Senator Brows ot
Weatmoreland county.-

CEHz?.AtooAa Jaa. !L-The e&-
bar of cocaieoe has adopted *tog
refolutipini pratesing against the tanl.
urs r cicoupees to provide aa aptjura
lion fcr the southern fast mail wrig.,
and ihs action has been wired to the
TeameBe duleatffltt
So Chotice! Xin PIraam.yraTar.
HjLRMSurxe, JanL A.-The rvom~t .1
the ninth baallot in jomut amisfco fr


TALKS IFEXPANSION

favors a Pr""toft-t OYw
Distant Territory.

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DCL Abbots dummz hit tetrs -jm
clear so hi lisen s that he i A
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any coBy smd teaWsil away an-
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tormiute by suffrage whether they wisti
to gver _she_~ ,o min~ld4_ bM
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AT PRICES THAT -WILL A-S
YOURn HEART CLAD
if poet are a connnf la spaIniwtn
or atl w*in* hbrmlhh, raum, w
klW beer or Ia. Ow are Oe $f *lef
in of the bert viate. and or w hW'
kier pure, &motad -d _- etzq!to
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FURIITUIE BAZAAR



AUCTIONIR S,
'WAXJL. frmar.

Al Kinds of Goods
bought and add at prices
to suit tthe tl .

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A mmie wp abM si,t a miber ni
her cAild, 5mcxm ~ s4 i aa~aiB
deAgeoe, could not well be imgie&
lbiueO ar h-Fl ofayn d their
tabe shl hackled by dimum ia *ae
*ugwiat 'MAt oLr bnracg the ftimil-
-of s, the brMfK swft

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fecdfly bt b emltve stiii *rp.
mi Vw thesaim fm -mte fUst-m
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twdm sde m g beeIt unad
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behind tim Me wind i &. ft -bo
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Am&"tyd me. It sf a ndPee t M i
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Tie -Twi-e-a-Week Sun and the
- incianeli Weekly Emquirer -ie
ysu) ---------------.-----81S
The Twice-a-Week S* an- the
Thrice---Week 41. Y.) W od w ne
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T we Tkic&--We ek Sn ad the At-


T wi&e-sWeek Sjo uad theAt-
kateGa) Seaai-Weekly Joaurnal cm.
jeers.. ... *... ... .... .8171

_~ ?e~ TbuSesthb wbcat. atryvb
ooorttobI gaoo Br1d6rei' tSys


Tbe0 t GuRfooe Is =asft examlles
Biiniper.* Many -others whco hbse
^ eind~etisora~rec feep the xruti


-Tbs -argmm& be-ate the awt
---A" theEaam has iV&
Voia-d, -0 3r. o
?tigmB to ia wil be tbs yerdfrt,
_whfb- wm~t borins pwbli yeL

^* Plati up Ls tmeAty muet

Slthat r Itietf des met
-u m pgmi That A another
ewMsk^ ba&dded hTr

The dyO.Gt'y Times. published

S:i Mr. OhmL B. Kmall, for_
:I'-.4.. "*:^ rjf 'tio .-i- the- lNw SmyrwaB
B-wrqam -0 ofmt-l the Pa-


M e ao Florida bis lair

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::^^ :.-t- Bad Iwluaag the peopt~le it
.:-^ A .i- xpinw. No atmousr aXrQ-.


It thas 1-h ee clalia that
__.w-lbte fow C l in-the
ima -- the clim cao"t be sue-
bla:lbm --_m-zeep:,, -
--no y i bat th-e Ar e"Oe -
I WU: I tm:j--t-- R: Them
1se a*il hi d Florida wilL IeorMU



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-Nq$ plae iB orida off tche eajcinst


For this reason and for the beneft of


tB eo, -_ee, we reproduce o ie 1-
lowing Patrof appmprlats is
l .for. orida: e
HARBOR&
achieo- a .._-----------. --.
-Penacoa -------. a-- 0
Key West, etrace...._..... 000
Char _. Harbor and Peace.-.
Creek-.----.....----:-..... --B
a -belle--. ----.-..-....-..-- ... -O06
Ta.ma. by.+...... .......-..... 75,000
A centunaisg contra !or a -
5T footcha nel to Tampsa 1 -000
Drede far Ba om the ueat
^ -ea t., .. ....;. .......3. l~
.- .-c et-.~' - -- '
RIVZS


A~tfaehleola.- .-...........BO
salolaa ....-..---..-..".--- 2000
Ciia below Marlanna------..5 0*
-~2V000
MChetawatchee.............. -5000
EAcambia andCohecuh.. .... 6000
Suwannee.....'.-:-........ ... 05j
Volusia bar,-maintenance... 2000
Ocklaw ..a...........-...... 300N
Sarata bay............:... 5 000
idian- river --.-,.....-- 000
Anicote... ........ 50-.
Upper St Jon........ -.....-40000
Lower St Johns.. ..........125 000
Blaekwatcr, below Milton -.. 5000
aqmeaim _owVemno..n........ 000
Vreliianary surveys were author-
ied -as follows Odckockeonee river,
dar Keys; inside passage Sarasota
to LeAon bay; BocaGmrande and Char-
lotte-Harbor, witha- view to 24 feet
on the bar and 15 feet to Punta Gorda;
Clearwater,- isimmee riverand lakes
to theuf. East Pan to -Carrabelle.
*-Final survey and estimate ordered
wre Crystal river, inside- pange,
PsataBamit&P-ufta Gorda; Orange
river tom Calahatchie and to -the
gulL ____

Sorely there exists a deplorable con-
ditio of affairs in Jacksonville. -.The
Times-Union andr- Citizen says the
preao of rime in the city at the
preI- mttim, particularly i the lie
of bosereing a"d robbery, is at-
tractiUg unieral atteton. Every
Ioa o .,ris, 1 w how so-
his trm-wil eam, Band many citizens
are- e Wd such a visit. While.-
iti believed ^that the police are doin
evarytmia ia thedr power for the pro-
.tatie of citizens. and are arresting
evey ssptfoaf earaerthat e*m-e&*
iuider .&rshe amount
f eria-t preat shows bm o sigsof
diminishing.- A -41Mber of thieves
hiTe he ap h and thei co.l-
-m t oseverAti of them h bave4dem-
--iir lir I ao teake has beew
msit-e o aki-gUthnm aito custoe



SW StilUl t lis irow e and It has
dowdyd assumed alarmig propor-


here never was truer saying than
Lhat *ec~ussity ia the mother of in-

Biia ave 60 a a.libs boed
ui b_ -igbtraB r timi' ral, but-
itiw-m',epeWo that %hey~ave di8
oovered a way puts which will afford
thtem relief Is is sMid thi Dsunilmo
PhoqhhateaOffinpmy has- hags% the
co-srmi~isof a standard gaVge rail-
rioaa thqte mines at Dni;uelo to at
jy.iatttghten miles elow, oam the
Withlacoocbee iver-, from which
pltsetb to th t k there -is a good
ter, and&te rock wIl us
UlIhtered oat to the bar, where i-nds
*ill be waiting to -emlve iW The
earing Ia freights to the company In a
comparatively short time will py for-
the coestruetiof of the road. LaWer
ow therIad may be extended to deep
watef atthe gulL

That Hon. -Win- J. Bryan -will- he
tbe inezt democratic candidate for the
piesidemy is net doubted by the well
Ihforu~d. Already a sufficient num-
bar-of states have declared for him to7
reader his nmoailfatmabey oo doubt.
Weusoiim that soma demaocratic pa-
pm smgassl Bryan and Wheeler as
the democratic presidential -tadr
bearers for 1990. It can -hardly b e
^stamioed that maka a Ilokot would
*aewith aa overwhelming ratilca-
tic. by the Amiericas people- The
aferitorlous dlstinctioa of tbesa two
patriots and atataene -would cause


the people 1W ranly to their support
witL the same umianiltby they came to
the rowcue of the gpvwanemus after
hearingUthe e.m ..le W-ords of
Ps k eI y, me liberty or_- .-
gvle-death_9

1b- wheat aielpatto goiag to -Ha~-
vai-may re -Imerted in knowing
what -a -who hm beUa there say&:
"Tbar-,ct w toe general. very- ar-
i row a 'tisidewalk abot eigtem
dotwie 'W thrafs -we46H abideds
W" BtomtldW_ Viw i*+be -So a l
.m wy- w! e and well ahaded
wMi -otft trew thew are abel
fo talM and mkoaimeui at the pris-
sipml crominCga The city has several
aaMMil perks The ataesea ame paved
with rceknd she hobem are of Stome
amt ege andmied look more lke pri-
-wth!A dw -iig pheas. for ther
're so S rm wfdom hbrt Ausko irou
gralhaOL- -The frout yards are all be-
%bidthebea".&

r. W. Child, if from Perto io sas:
Da't ue.te Porte Rice,, that therw i
litte ch-B for a workIng *sathese
atsl~~I1 a'w mt~y~ua
ge are very i* uceps br skilmed
- an the e sbmis-am Vvy
~fo ~ Iuua j"ob" 60 h


" -r.Ti'S iAt- _-

Tthe (amiiiijLg -5.. iinnii JDiet A t BKaw
WWat Do About a i iary.
The canpaiga committee appointed
by the Alachua county demoratic ex-
meatie committee, to-provide for de-
frayilag- the expensess of the proposed
parmury which had been ordered for
Tfeamsy, March & met Saturday.
When the committee met there was
not a cent in the treasury for defray-
iag the expenses of the eelction, and
no candidates, with the exception of
ex-Senator Call, announced. -
The committee was consequently at
sea, not knowing how to act in -the
matter. This spirit of doubt charac-
terized the proceedings throughout.
Chairman Wood called the meeting
to order .and stated by way of apology
that he had not called a meeting ear-
lier tor the reason that he had seen no
anOouncement of candidates and was
at a loss to know what to do until he
had received a letter from ex Senator
CaL He then called a meeting at
00e.-
T 060 ,0-- o.D.+
Those present were C. D. Wood,
chairman; John FennelL, A. Et-
more, -proxy for S. C. Tucker, and J.
W. Knight.
J. E. Alexander, -who represented
ex-Senator Call before the committee.I
gave the committee several sugges-
tions. He knew of three candidates
or the United States senate. Call,
Taliaferro, and Ziba King of DeSoto
county. -CalPs money, be --said, was
ready and would be paid .as soon as
the -.committee- would say what the
amount was.
Mr. Fennell stated that the remarks
of Mr. Alexander was all -he knew in
reference to the matter. He wanted to
see the money to defray the expenses
of the election before any other ar-
rangements were made. Thie commit-
tee had served notice months ago that
-a primary would be held the second
Tuesday in March, _provided the
money for defraying the expenses- of
such an election was in the hands of
the campaign committee by Febriuary
L He had seen no announcement of
candidates and knew of no money
which hid been put up. -
Mr. -Alexander desired to know. bhow
& man could put up hi iro rataa share-
of the expense when he was not aware
of the amount of his assessment.
Mr. Knight was in favor of assess-
ing Mr. Call the entire amount. A
.primary, he said, had been called, and1
if one man defrayed the expenses the
campaign committee was following out.
the order of the general committee in
arranging for the election. Be rea-
4ened that if Senator Call put up the
money to -insure the election, and in
ease others came into the race they
coild-easily reimburse Mr. Call.
SThe committee then s ent some time
Sfiguring up the expanse of the pro-
Ip-e primary.
- Chairman Wood suggested that an
announcement b3 -made of the aanount!
{aiessment of each candidate, and
if by a certain d forthcoming tbe election woill not
take-place.-
Mr. Elmoir moved that Mr. Wood
be inirusted with making all arrange-
mets for the election, waes~ig can-
didates etc, and that he a.ume all
responsibility. Mr. Wood objected to
the- motion, refusing positively to
shoulder such a grave irresponsibility.
Mr. Elmore's motion failed to receive
a second. ".. .
The following resolution was then
introduced:


"Resolved, That the campaign com-
mittee appoistaled by the democratic
executive committee f Alachnua coun-
ty, in seie assembled, do make -the
following aesments and hereby no-
tify -candidates for United States_ sena-
tor aid county commissioners that
they- uast pay to C. D. Wood, of Ar-
cher, Pla, chairman of said commit-
tee, the amount so asimessed on or be-
fore February l t. Assessments for
county commissioners, -.5; United
States senator.- 3: Primary to be
held Tuesday, March 14."1
This remlution was carried.
Chairman Woon then announced
that he would call a meeting of the
committee to be held at the -sheriff'
office In Gaiumville, Fla.. Saturday,
FeB 4th. -
Mr. Alexander, previous to the ad-
joUrning of the committee, announced
that tbcre need be no fear of tbere-not
being enough moey on hand; hei bad
the mosey in lfiteas bank to defray
the expense if uo other cadidate pays
hi fee. . -^ '. th em
-Mr. Wood was asked to write to ali
sppoed emdidates and notify them
ci the act* "of the committee.
The cofi.'ntee then adjourned.


There i more Catarrh tin this
tioa of the country than all other di-
emo nut together. and mntil the last


-viR. DAV1- i:."L.
P-o'ifi'.uD'-r te.- JbL..tinia -.1f a Pslable
7hllg1iai1 the itf M Gat~siI~e. -l
The ftiuw' i s thep. warding of
House Bill I - I1SI i2 ontru ed by|
Congres:&'an D v's, January 26, ea-
tidled, "A bill providing for t.e erec-
tion of a publ. buailding at tbe-eity
of Gainesville, Florida., and for other
purpIose-:
6"B3 it enact d by the Senate and
House of Repreuseatali of the Unit-
ed States of Amer~c ia wug-sg as
sembled, That the Secretary of- the
Treasury be- and he hereby is, author-
ised and directed to purchase a site
and to cause to be erected -at the city
of Gainesrile, in the State of Florida,
a suitable building for the us and ac-
eommodation of the postMoffice and the
United States land office and other
gOvernment offices In said city, with
fireproof vaults extending to each
story, the iite and the building there-
on, when completed according to plans
and specifi ains to he previously
made and approved by the Scretary
of the Trasury, not to exceed the eost
of seventy-fire thousand dollars: Pro-
vided, That there sh-all b.a an open
space of not less than fifty feet upon
every side of said building, including
streets an1 alleys- and that no part of
said sum shall be expended until a
-valfil title to said ite shall be vested
in the United States, and the state of
Florida shall cede to the United States
exclusive jurisdiction over the same,
during the time the United States
shall beor remain the ownerthereof.
for all purposes except the administra-
Uion of the criminal laws -of said state
and the service of any civil process
therein."
D-ai4 Concert.
The following is the program for
the band concert to be given at the
opera house next Tuesday night:
1 Mexican Fantassia... ....
a......... Palermo, Yardeis
2 Quartette- -- Medley ...i..lichards,
... Denhy, Morrow and Tucker
3 Solo-Knight's Tais Man.. Webster
J_-AGoodwin. -
4 Sketch in Black.-........Original
B M Tench.
5 Cornet solo..............Selected
H W Harriman.
6 Recitation... ........ Archie Dean
Miss ulu LaFountisee.
7 Solo-Because..,.M 3 M FMe-
Kinstry, je.
8 Miserere,' 11 Trovatore-.......Verdi
Band.
PART TWO.
9 Quartette............Twilight Bells
Richards, Denby Morrow
and Tucker.


10 Recitation... Eugene Arams' Dream
Mrs J N Stobhar.
31 Solo... .... .Thou Art My Life
Miss Reuby PhillipJ.
:12 Monologue................Seected
Theo Fiudgins.
33 Solo-Magnetic Waltz.. ..Arditi
Mrs J'A Goodwin-
14 Bra Qaritette.........Selected
J AandJKAbramas. unley
and Harriman.
15 Solo.... Yo Were Only By
My Side-.--------. ..ETPaul
S RK emby-.
16 Scalf DrUil-
Misse Caoilide, Miller, Wbiddon, La-
-Fontiee, Scarratt. Hill,
lutehinsoB, Graham
uaad Burnett.
ixe.fsIloM Kat.,. -
The Plant System will sell round
- trip tickets to .New Orleans February
Sthi to 13th, inclusive, for -20.95 round
trip; tickets limited- to return Fih.
2tb. Train leaves 4:30 p. m., arrive
New Orleaas 8 p m.-
I The Plant System will sell -round
trip tickets to Mobile February 7 h to
13tLh at 16.70 tickets good to return
up to February 28th.
The Plant System will sell on Feb-
ruary ,th to 13th round trip tickets to
Birmingham M Ala., for *14 40, limited
to return February 28th,-
TOCURS A VOLD INOX9 PAT
Take LazatI-e Broa Quinine Aalet l ~
d4u ft refund themnoeyTlfWt"f to cre.
Zemta Thegcaue h-IU1 B6 Q_ ameh
If th Mhi*br C*Vm r. T -T.
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup for c children teethlnt. It
soothes the child, softens the gumS,
allays all pain, eures wind eolic and il a
the best remedy for diarrhea. Twen-i
ty- ve centu a bottle...
------- :~w 31 v ia o
When Tou HaTe a B4 CoM i
You want the best medicine thatI
can be obtained, and that is Chamber-]
lain!' Cough Remedy.
You want a remedy that will not
only. giLve quick relief but effect a per-
manente-r-.
Yon want a remedy that will relieve
the -lg and keep expectoration'
eay.-
You a want a remedy that will conn-
terac- tany teSdeocy toward p o-
SYo want a reedy that is peaat


e y- was upposM ed to be IncUra "d sa.e to ta.e.
IebW For a great many years doctors ChxWberWainRs CoAuh Remedy iU the
proo.ee it a bot di-ea, ad pe- o~nty medicmn in u at meet all of
Kuribed loeal remedies, and by con-'b requirns. Th remedyIs
statly falling to cu-re with local Itf0 .ts c o d -
tre s pr-- oc -iui throughout the rUi" StateW and i
bat ha pr- o cvad t bmMl a-o- I r ey contri- It h- maney

li lom +0d ,paso t-em.TLlto -e
c[ tit -oai di .r and te vals bu for these peedy and prma-


t amna- d d m i
re_ cotitutonal IctreutBet. i, e ofbal .standsltbout
Hall's CatarrhCu-re, aaBrured by-a Peer and its sp*endi4 qualitiesare
- .ChenyA Co-. Toledo. Ohio4 & evywbere admired and praised For
the only eotutoual cure On the f be y all drug ^ u and medicine
market It is taken. internally in a
doses from 10 drops to a WSapoosfuL It4
sets directly on the blood and macoa*
srfaces of the system'. Tey offer'
ame hQwred dollas" fbr any came: itw^Av^^
fails to uee. Send for circular, and For tie epsely and peranesat re of
ttiHM~ias. Address, a slt fheu and etma. C4a
-F. J. CHSNEY &CO- ToledAo 0. berlai-s Ey v randSin Olitiw-is
Sold --by Orsb% M- without an equaL it rliev, th- Itch-
BUal's FamBily PUiam a the 'bea. iM I ad martin alma b T aand


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Faner-i X*t.ireci -
l-' ta^. U-faiie-eviile L~ge-
N 41, F &: A -M, are nqauezted to
meet at Mazonic Hall- at 845 tilis
morning for tbe Vurpoie of paying
the last tribute of respect to Visiting
Brother John !.bertscon, late of Ma-
rion'uounty, FPla, and who died at
his home. in- tbi c;ity yesterday
morninff Hi- wi!l be interred in
Ever.reen cemetery. rottiers who
have vehicles will please u-e them.
By order of
J- 3 . WA. GHw W. M.
lRiOBT. MCCLEL-LAX, Sec.

-To if al;iy T'uec 4 HABulsmrnx, Jan. 28-A resolution
was reported from the federal relations
committee today requesting the Penn-
sytvania senators and congresosmen to
use all honorable means to secure the
speedy ratification of the peace treaty
-with Spin. --




Hood's
Sboeld be m every family * j
medei ehest and every '
taTeaers grip. They are
bnvalmbie hen the stoma I _ich- I
Is out of order; cure headache. fl Igm. and 4
ail 1iTve zoabie. Mild -andeimcn m ZCem

-HAII -P $mA .
c I a I4U Vi4--& &: SAM
sever fwas3 to a1.MCt-d- a

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I n ft nail=0 4- \ *

IWCl fIt- n.tIfer bmk -- vqjC
A wl! __ 1 Ce6".! fteIr
.x--, =t -.,,sa-ni nto te-.er At:
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TDR l JALLEII --FOOT- CI^I i
fINY A~bYAruLPNSi,



.p* Iths SL-si m-our fertt te. swot'leu nt-rv4us
and damp Ifyo ihI smartiy fe rt h
sho, try Alien's Fott-fase. It w-ES th 5 A
feet andr makes i waking -y. Curi w swen
a., swet- ftee. bfter" a Cal.nis -4 iq
Believes e.-rn-A and bu niwo alt pin and .s a
certain cure fcfr Chiibfans and Fo bite&-
ITryk.To-DjAT.. Sld by all druvgistsand sioe i
!RY A AL N we-F~bTEAdrss,


Store for *- Treal eken t A.
-Ale-r. iinei t. AW N.-Yn. oe
!lAu+'n'+"uln L~y._r.Y. ,

SAKE ITO YOUR" SHOEit
A! iew&Foft-Ease- a Powder for be feet.- It!
i cures painful, sw olien. saar'i ng.erv osoet
and instantly takes ihe ; out ofe corins &no
'bunmions. .it's the gats ano disc [of the age. Allen% motfaeiakes tightt or
ne shoes fel w4-. Itt a ert ai cure for
Chilba sweatingfeaet. bbstea callous sSt -ed, f
Try it T-,DAY. .old by ail druggists and shoe
stores. 25mk Tjl paokae FKEB Addr ,-.
MAien S..-mtedIeioy.,. Yi
SHAKE --------- TOUR --- ---E i


THE FIRE FIEND
"goes around like a roaring lion s -k-
ing whom be mvay devour." and the
fellow that has no irs*.rance on his
property is usually The drft man to
reIeive a ,Lit from it. There is no
terror from its menace to the manl
with a carefully drawn policy such as
we make out for you in our eowpanie!.
Your moBy is azis safe as if it were in
U. S. Bonds.


A, miCUSHMAN,

GEO- S. HACKER 4& SOih
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We are prompt. Our work-
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AND GLASS. j"JAS-M AtIHAI.. t3i", -' 1.. ,. I4-rt.idit
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^ b. WesB tern- omf a HarroW^ wa$


Any eape *t I->S p C. Ser-
-Ctto. -o
G. W. Hyde has aj e admerte-

- ~ ~ hoi lil ;- sa^ t igib&.[ '
Psresh ft aOL Si dal. .G
MJ- iotalkat fidwuwsderau

Dweadr omme for rent. Mrs. M.

Wa& Wd flv Bheet.HlgtSriBig
Inl thr^e cIer isitng er mother.





vI hArt *itty t alfprc.
:" ^: :;4L -;I Tjaroatnlm veate ay


,~~ Uceladles' fianshorn toupee up
J A. Li, -ofn^t Bof mhsiOm
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u#,4 Plladeiphk, is. they.
^S^S; ^natagr aannm bm ebr
;Ell J m- S of t
Ni~~Yu~k mwtr i hs e


pUaTea- r, masin thea cit


w4. ---mi o- V -_-:"i-


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will be gv U at Edwards' oeraf home


nOd fol get theCatour lined landle
nts' anyfilren's sh of esrewbrging
w _be ph-- ed _-fro 'm=W -On
peat a There is- said to.be. a
larTerawsegW thsrm th.aw there In In





sothispBrtiod. ,ii~t T. ec
eater .ers ad -otes who ap-
pecate y -oun peopeformande should
kmep- in mialdo -banicocr wid

will em Ibal at thdw e opera ho-se




Thnrsduj aIht.Iaiaim~ebe
S mot taorget that .eyou aleopadleo
Iet;* an&-o4*m dre she are- going
aI "- B":arl"tore.



ITa eca-*enl. athe wethe b

Mmticipated




Ladlese you are. setfully Invitedn
wit calder Iee oure of_ whit
qouth pro. S F rnish.n Co. -
we ther, Sdaty hr n-
dFoer tbhe-Store ro Ganext to Doug-
has, or-wi alter-to accgmodate two
teaMMata -J. F. Bar*0c0MU

give, a ma w a a opera hall
Tb~ada: agfat. lartatbe ave been,
bfvpoed to ai mnnb yodng" people of



Iow will. -e r r enjoyable time Ie
aaueiaafcia


im w yo .reImtfuly nvitedbe
& all and ee oaur l ie of- white
iiqueenswm-are Sheaw -mnishe Co.








Whil oftene- :I a-kohrrilsc-
alj of the SocbetsiofnChriestiAn En-








dkvi the PiNorthGaive scley
tas Ilpres oed a So.Fer Sor te occa
dioa in wb" Ae iom~fV tM d&
bow wil. be or.creda from adso many
Luipik beWnnl1r primpty at 1 P. mw .
0-U~~M Vfftad
quaityit roe C.StarriU &

na, .ba a imi ..''; .t '. *
vaa Cb api of fam muleimi bar-

ItL prokable tUat our dealere U 16%-
I*- a lal Yincreasod irAde i H I ,bia


WMl Aofte cM a orriblrwn
be" dCkt or Bruise uklmr
sks tali%, the beet In the vowl
wmtepin _A"d zpromptly v
Cae OdSareh Fever sore(%f~
^Oib F~ow.Calors all kf t
ite Bert pit urel oil earth.Ol
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D. BATH liP COT. C eATE. j[

E ''ZMmf-iSI.LIamssa mo-f RNbutda -
Cl- _dwin P._ C -ai&e i at his
rom"a*ut Florida Sem-fry b_ ar-
racks last night at 93M, after an ill-
-s ew daya. t-e o
Wa s er was comparatively well
sS y morningWhen:
i wa ew tericke: with .tra-gulated
i ecessitatin an oper-
aen.- which howa perfored Sendt
Ioihil. 'Thomh the e .operation was
I- fl and "healed pwrfectly, it was
oulowea by I&a rippe, which develop-
ad into %ogsto FUR h lung%, and
this was the direct cause of his dath.
While he waaconaidered a very sick
AI byi hris phy -ia there w s hope
Shi- recovery up to a late hour Fri-
dI De tje, weni a change for the
worse took: place. The change was a
radical and Mrs. Cat., who had
been ainwet eonsitantly at. his bedside
A" had erdully noted his condition,
gave up all hope for his recovery early
yesterday morning. He con tinted to
Aink g gradually all during the day ahd
pOined qnietUy away at 920 last night.
UMr Cater and Rev. yeW. Way were
wit Im when -death c-me
The -fmeral service boday will be
appropriate to the life of the deceased.
It will Utake plae from the Preabyte-
ian church at 3 p. BRev E. W.
Way officiating aud Dr. T. f. Thomas
imfalcrtt director. The officers and
students of the school will attend the
funeral in a body. The interment will
be -in Evergreen cemetery. He will
be buried with the customary military
honors, the cadet battalion acting as
am escort of honor.
Edwin Postell Cater was born InCo-
lumbia, S. C., in 184L -tecelved pre-
paratory education -in the schools of
his native- sate. Graduated from
Oglethorpe University -in Georgia,
uTnder the presidency of Rev. S.K.
Tlmimae, I. D, May, 1861. Enlisted
in the Confederate army the latter
part of May of same year. SAw ser-
vice in Viritlia, on the coast lf Sounth
Caroi-na l. Fort Sumter, eta. Bee-
ommended for light duty in spring of
184 qWoaceount {of dlsabibit received
In line of duty. iaugbl in academies
and collegiate Institutions in Tennes-
see during the years 180696% aad in
Georaia Dring the years 180-77.
Took chargeof East F;orida-Seminary
as superintendent in Augat, 187. Has
hma esnnected with five school. only
t rtt-thrse years of contina-
odf tAcbtBf. iHe was not only one of
the ablest educators in the South, but
h noisuperlor as a, diaclplinari.tn.
ola earnest and efficient wurk In the
interests of E. F. S. accounts for the
rexat popularity it enjoy&
fire. Cater, who survives her bus-
I-bol, s hi wacoad wife. He also
iuSfc~iqi mourn his less two children
|-lt G. T. Cater of Wahthcorilei
Ipbd Mrs. Heacsk of lBrok-
Tbe deceased, during his many yea rs
of residence in- this city, baa exerted
'a in~eeaee.fiir good, both in a moral
as wull as an educational sease. As
an Intruoeor the Laflirenc^ upon -bis
students was a powerful and. lasting
bee, awhile tile moble Christian charac-
ftr ejMitei^ an ilnieute notonoly over
his pupils but over all who knew
kiss. .: eB was a corageeus and
exemplary Christian mud an elder
in 'the Prestyteurlau eburt.h. No


Smawas ,dvote.to his church
than h, aand no man more taithbul and
activen Itchurch work. For severalV


years he has been superintendent ofj
the Presbyterian Sundqa'chou, a po-
sition he filled with the rreatest care
ad diligence.
M ;I w oft- w- kof bbi
1. iL~d bhis dAh twe edsutl i opU Florldi4*lnis gitat

All the people of Gainesville will
dee^ mornO the dmah of the -.ni-
mauea catoir amd wilI extend their
deliqmI u l -.ta the bh ved rel-
.rtivm .. ". -;;". '


wrfdA~ ,(UaBetiof the-epaltfn comn-
slrt appointed by the -Atehea
7' siati executive commit-
: to -arragT or demfraying t ez-.
pese of holdiBng the primary eleotl.
to e held Twday, March 14, the fol-
ay G* D Vedute wa pa fed:
S9 e ..That thea alf m omi-
$ltme aptea -'bl y the denowratc

U1 _
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-swei tCM taboo", so or

^ tam : J Zf S f--'"-- "o alo-

<^^ ~ ~~ftw nyC eMS^a:,.-
Jt-~

Tom ~ low


10. KMII ou =- o .. "

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*( ^S Ceaturr& is^
Hfw' ^XAaerzcaa dssease.
*ETS, M&Gregerr. Batby'
.. Tex..say.s: &.e-ru-na
BW~lBPhmuloeshiigood
Sfor me tat I am. able
1 todomyoWoaw-woir.2
Mr.3aeobGiG r,'Elaer,
^"^^grm icLwrftews6-Iwasyery
^B '^j'berosuad. mmable t-o,
work.Ilhavetalmen several
^K^~^bo-ttkes -of -Pe-ra-ma and
^ ^3^ ram entirely weHV __
^ ^^^^^ Esthber -Lutheik Fxank-
lisvmlle, N. C, says: I



B ,-fal C., Neb.v. writ
"I-.. took your P-eru-na for





-" 1;am now. entirely cured-
datess can bear now as









-'.' adeAr.,sa-: 'Ihad
TheIs o-ellasLiever1 toe t
.:-" Auffe Trylofx I t cl edma-
II ^Jla wksci e-ty t
I& an d- fore it kfo. eew
_af I 'rir- th ar terrible tugn e.' 1






dollars worth o ki Pe--nai and Was-
entirely cured
^^^ H.Water~ Peru-ady.a-

llF^ eade, A*-, sys:. I had
&> ^J 7 rgnig ears It was sio
^l^^p9Offenkdsve I excluded uy-
Ik-flUsef frain all soeiety,- After
f I -had borne it. fourteen-
yea=s I read Dr. Hartman's bok- canled.
" The- Mal of Lite I took wvenftbee
.dollars' worth of 21"a remedies aand a'=,


We have just received something
Lew--it will wear you a life time;! Ja-!
anese rugs, 36x72 inches, at only i.
G.W.Hyde.
A report has reached Gainesville
from Miami that great damage is be-
ing done there by the sea, which Is
backing up and overflowingr many acres
of truck farms.- The northeast winds
which have been rating for the past
several days has caused this sad state
of affairs. It is very -probable that
the damage will be areat.-
Good heal th -I worth more than any
thing else to you, and every bottle of
Hood's SarsapariPa contains .good
health.-
Hon. Wilkinson Call U Florida, who
Is uftenseeat the Normandhle, will
be a candidate forbhi: old seat in the
United States senate. He would be
even now inrliing with his oonstit-
uentSs in the iand of flowers but for
the fact-that his numerous important
suit before the supreme court detain
him in Washisgton.-Washington
Po"t.
For Rent-Oneof the most desirable
residences in the city. located on- Weast
Main street. Apply to A. G. A-ustin,
Terre Haute. Ind. I 2KSt
Mr. John Elbe"rion aied 94- years,
died yesterday morninir in th western
ptrt of the cly, after a vereffoatlaued
Ilnes. He and his wife came here
several weeks aol since- which tile
they have been unable to- provIde f. r
themselves and have been provided
for by the charity in :lined people of
the city. 'Mr. Elberteon died oil a
few days before --her husband. The
funeral will occur from the house at 9
o'clock this morning, RUv. Thrower
officiating. He will be burled with
masonic bosors.
J H. Pot In the F. X Miller
building., io- nowufferig new -farultu-ei
at eold priree, or he will exchanMge with
you for a very vuiall margin. Ladies
will find it Interesttfu to- see im. 2-
'Tfts cIty wifl be v- iW StomrOrw
by the oldest amsment enterl ai-
ment in extesamae, Richards & Prem-
glee 'Famw vseorgia MUivsrl, an.
organization of all- t o-at h i s i ea-
nine olse i-easyq sad moe that
hs tef t, ef od e aaf- '3bt f1r
twenty-f4our _yearS, a lo time for any
enterprise to exb, epmcanlly a -ln-
stretay. There i always caman for Of-
eet, and the'is 9.hi case U that
Richards-A Prinife have always ^r-
Saialed each sutaw- a pirtlcularfy
strof g company of colored artists,
sever sUto trade o- taeir
Splendid -r ,d tryift e-
stan.Ty to eeIpes tihe.elves each ea
Ads by bringing together a sanerw
and w M eritorio s emIpany, and
premting*an entertaining pessume.
and in al thi w t in .a.h
Hola&"d' Operaic MSAtre they pre-
sent a ,..i-- v- Ifalxo- of over
Ifty people, -with two badasiB parade,
sad all aw acenry, wardrobe. They
wi,1 ap t Edwrd*. opera _- s
one sight only, Mmeday, Jan. .
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The Gaineftvlle .public, always so
appreciative of home talent, will te
entertained in the near future by a
performance altogether unique in its
features. The charac-er and cast will
be6a-most new, and the- patrons of
this 'ntertainment are premised an
evening of side- splitting mirth. It is
beina gotten up under the au.plees tJ
the Womanu's Guild, which has a rep.
utattcn.- for carrying through mot
ccesm4ully all it undertake and we
bespeak for their -efforts the .encour-
agerment that has heretofore been ac-
corded them. More particulars ad
the date of the performance will be
lgiven later.
Am Opu 1 etter.
HoWe Sam'l Pasco and Jas P. Talia-.
ferrt:
In pursuance of the demand of the
deamocate of Alacheacuunty. bya res-
olution of the Democratic Executive
Committee, and the unanimous- voice
of the people, and in obedience to the
traditions and principles of the dtem-
cratic party, the people's wii should
be respected in the eelection- of mena
or public ffice. I shall canvass tre
county of Alachua in February9, a a
candidate fur the United States ate.
I invite you and all other candidate
to join me in *atd eanvas.. A list of
appointments wlU be sent you.
Yours,
WI.LKNSON CALL.
-OZLLY'S IXo ELIXIR.
A PleusantLeumo Drink.
Dr. H. Moi.-y's L -Eon- Elixir Ii
prepar-d frM. the fresh juf.l orf-Len-.
o(u, combined .with olher v'e-atle
liver tonirg--"cbiWnucv, sromatc StIn
lants and. 4od parlrs. ,Kd i.y
drugglist. t0eBd*1Wtl lthowr.l.
For bilioum4mb and .mnstiptiz,
For ludigesif.m and foul at maih..
For ilek uti nt rvouas heatdacht-..
For palpitation and irrepplar action
of the bht art take Lemon Elixir.
ForsleeplesamsM and wervo.,snes'.
For los of appetite and dehIlily.
F6r fever-, Bmalria,. aJ ehidla take
Lem'ns Elixir.
Li organic ngulation, tate Lemon lxzir.
Fiy eeta $and & t bottle at drug-
gals.
Prepared culy by Dr. H. MtI*y,
Atlanta (Ua.
Lemon Elixir will not fail you hi
anyofr'be aove unmed diea80, .alI
oi hl"harifrom a tor.4d or dite-
eased liv'.- tomarh or Wrldyys.
S At the Ctapitol.
-I haveJust aken the last of two
tatil s of Dr. Mdt-ty' LemnM Elixir,
fr -nervou- eiada& he, indigstiton,
whth dismal liver andl kiney'. The
Ellxir ur s -e. 1 rolu t-st medicir e 1 eve- Ud-.
J. H. MwNNlHAttory.
1225 F. street. Waksuuoar, uit

Xodelr's Lemonu Elixir
Isthe best ztlcine for theM dIi
you rcontm-nd It fnr ,n- -Mrth.-
T.R. Istwr,
lII watts, Y. C.
MOZLEY'.t LI.MOK HOT

Cumr aln Oonhs Colds, ioarnaen-s
&we Thteat, Prirrehutis, rtu'wriluape,
aid al threat and luug diseae. 3-
Tm aty Irveeaiat .d Pr.-
adn l by Dr. H.iMoxley. Atlanta,




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la d-ioe. to my larga stock of
Shoes, Traks ValiseU, Belt, P r ei,
Rats -cap adl Hosiery, I have this
wak ad" lioe .
Genis Shirts -

Coltars, Cuffs,

Tie -Suspenders,

I:t4 ndkerchiefs.

and Underwear.











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By buyinglroW you wll et doable
your =aey'.aworth.

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40 percent off the-regular prime
ALL- OCUR WINTER



This week we will make a -cut of i off regu.


S lar price.


The New Piques fP Waits and Saits.
White- Pique", at We. 12|c, Ie up to 40eC
yard. CMlored Stripeld a-d Fi.ure4 Piqm.
.l2c to 35e rad.- Alo Kew Su. -d fo r
Skirts. Kid Gloves for evening -wea-il
size--jaUt in -

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in prices and carry a complete
*tack to select frVm.

Others F~o1Iowr
With book in hand and no
gods&toshow.
We have brand new Clevelandi.,
Stearns, aad Ramblers to close oat
reiartless of eost. Don't miNs this

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