Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
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: 02 15, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID02154
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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PublishedTwice8 a Week--Monday and Thursday

-AIESVILLE, JLOUWIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1904 QNE DO$44AR A V
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:iN SHOWS FA O :N


STREN'ITH flN FA. On. undred4


WU WU' .I I I0 'I 1 a.II
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Two AuianBattleships and One

,Badly Disabled

'N i AT PORT .ARTHUR

Japa i ouadroniAttacked the Rus-
sia IMidnight. and Until Early
ieingagementr, Was Fierce.
hur Is Burning.
e Sun:
i'a i, Feb;.. '9.-Telegraph.
ic 84l m fro St. Peteraburg, received'
Si 'l 'thi B afternoon, besare In i
iform in ths t the Janese torpedo,
fleet attacked the Rosetat qtia-
rol 9t, Art hur at mnldnfght, '.he
etnga a ferce one,.lasting,
Utnil W, In whlei two Rutilh Band
one Ja uemsii wars'tp wredisablhed
A la r dipatah to the Rusiialtn ad*
miita however, says that eleven'
"J B 'ad one R'ussain ship were

Port Arthur Burning.
Airthur, February 9.--The 'en-
at between the Russian atnd
a squadrons off this port today
terined and destrucive ohne,
gin great losg to bot squad-
-he Japanesoe maiaa to sot
n fl ree, and it is iow burn.
teartett exeitemen prevails,
plaw has been de ,re.d,

fT7-l.bY STEAMER,
1qtebia Arrives at Chefoo and
Encouraging News to Japs.
o, February 9,.-Tho .steamer
:a, which arrived this after-
om Port Arthur, brings addi-
formation of the midnight at-
the Japatese Ileot on the RIts-
pim:lying outside the harbor,
rsof the Columbia state that
gement began at 12:10 a.m1.
ed all night. At daylight this
:Itwo uassiani battleships and
t-elass cruiser .,are seIen
:and disabled. Tihe cruiser
tobe badly damaged.
I.eaily morning the Russian
,4 fleet opened llre on the
/10 boat, but th; squadron

thle morning tight thlt. 'l sai
bhree of. the Russian sh ipas,
s of the Japines boat were
H The ,report frIn: St. Peter-.
e sinking 9f the Japanese
thut foundation, ias not one
i 8l boats were njutred
aneae fleet has gone. in the
of Dalny. .

Feb. :10,-information hasl
ved here that In 'a light be-.
Japanese' ansd Rnieiian
uSiRdalli hias p was unk, and
Ial cruiser Varigo disabled.
by the, :Jape. .,The: veisel
t~he gunboat. Korietz, The
ot offered no material in-
battle was lierce sand las ted

.: 10,-Another report of
S ale ofr Ohamulpo today

tk e the mussiat cruisery
#ad *<>ei a lire, ther
t dh O lssian0 overran
lOteasdanother Ruseian

ttdme s' in ." '
es aoreanatli:ts own. t


FIRE TO SCST0 MONBY RAtEl.

flnrnolora B1lte4i. Rate Will Advance
by Heavy Demand.
Atlanta, Feb. 10.--Rates on money
Will go up from; 4% per cent to 6 per
sent on acoiunt of the Baltimore fire,
it s1 thought by local financiers.
This may not' apply to Atlanta in
the immediate future; but It ai almost
certain to reach. this section soon, and
preparations to meet such a contin-
gency Will be made at once.
A number of the houes burned'
were among the strongest financial tn-
stittions., .n the United States, 'and
they have: lo.st very heavily, It lit
sald that it will, be necessary for thaei
to borrow larg: sumns to, meet. their
outstaalddin obligationse,' and as there
'. : very general 'demand for ready
Lmolndy at this season and during the
'con.iug atwo months, the rates are sure
to be relied,
'I'Ths w \ill. affcTc' t lther south eespecital ly
ta g4reaL ,proportion ofi the liechantII
orf this aectionli purchase their goods
'In haltihnore. As a rule, the bitslness
01' ith merchants of Atlanta and the
outlying towns sl done lu New York
and altlithno-. and as most of the
holHsaleo houses of the latter city
have been .destroyed "nd cannot be re-
placed within the next, 12 months, a
gr.at part of the business of the
southern company store Will be transo-
fer'red to Atlanta. Already many oft
thcse small dealers had begun to come
l 4re to to their trailing, and the fact
that the nearest northern market, as
it wns considered, 'I destroyed, w
*.CuW e more of them to make their se-
lections of good In ths market, .Lo.o
caft iiopl) state that they are amply
supplied with the art ntlles usuaIyly
botghtt of the1 g'reateXt~tDpply busl(lll1S,
done In ialtiniore and t hat they c(an
htid lle their trado without embarrasm-
nient. One of the great supply ln;i-
.neas done Ih Halllnioro was hltii-.
ifilllnery: In this respect Atlasnt is
pe citarly tfor~linate, as thlero ar'. it
numilber of such establishments lit c'.
------ -----.:
INDICTMENTS RETURNED.

Sniffen Sharged with Carrying en a
Scheme ftr eguilllng.
New York, Feb, 10-.-After an Inave
tigation whlBh Slated three days, the
United State:a grand jury hua return-
.d three Ill.endlitnt against .Mdwird
.nihffn, who i chtargPd with carrying
on a. schom for begltIlng' wect-rnu
property iftlc.vol prs Into pay ing fi m
Inirt'le, fep, rr which he promised to
toai their ionmd on ti 'nimarket at Iar
al'ti' iobtaniKg truit counpantriais to
a t' as "tru.iHto', FItal g'lt'ranters. :
Fl-ir .adintdii ntm.n. l : charge Sniffen
wit hi using thi 4 mails for pur(k), of
fraud. 'I other ClhtargeAi condptracy
in whclrh' Ie ii jolitily li(iectodt with
Qurletites f.IProi), Hlllps, ald to, be
prn, sihhnt :.o t io ('urpratttion Tr u,
coitiparyr # f I)ltar^e with' ffis itI
Wal. .-s!trpeet warrantss w*ere 'lais.e.i
for' the a ,e-ip;t. of both* ten, .
Polior:ff.- '*lfipectvrs assert that
$kiti0, i lii n 1 ed ; '
TORNADO WRECKS TOWN.
Thrret Petraona Ktlled at Littl'e VlLge.
l of Unit '. -
ILl h .rh#,l{oct. 'A k.. I-."-. ;'e ',.-,A 10i-
etpe.:I to l::lt' Arkai.ns (iGa tt tn.. m
rpMii l P IBps rg, :!ri ,,.w ityH ,.' ; "
N t : ns' r.f 'i, tiarrs- r.,
rter'rifl'e orado in thlie $otheri part a
'.tht'T~oiie)Wf iarty Atl tlkti.: Nt
titless south t:' ti( b e threat. per'-
ni s.. .wers-i i -

i n r a r 8di tria

(2'iti n r:i l not kaow r
VW. (obraa ;^ii#a str44p; ani a
'etsz t-a r f stealller t^pI4#si ( al
'*<*h> vine atI W1 flnwkMA AdaA M > 01II


lions Estimarted LOQS.
FIRE HAS BURNED ITSELF OUT.

raivi Qustiona of CIvio and Munici-
pal Re-Adjustmant"-Problems of Aid
Confront Mayor and His AasooiateI
of the City Government-City I Or-
derly.
ialtimore, Feb. 10.-.v'th the great
ftrei whioh ate. up property vaioluUly
estimated at frno $3265,000,000 to $Lt60r
000,000, slowly burning itaelf out, Ba41
timore woke uLp this mnoruing to face
the grave questions of civic and mniual
cipaIl readjuatn t; t.;,
CohfrOnting their mayor ai'd his .-
sqirltes of the olty goveIarNltL are
Stle problaml of aid, the aqqeptantca or
rel6usal of. geneorus proftTrs of, a
uiataince from every nation of the
country, policing of the rut. buinrt
d,,latt'let where lioa buried iunuld tres*
ure in warped vaults :and iaf e and
ag tihe hundred minor things that fol
low a calamity so stupendous that i
is event yet hardly fully reailex4d.
Declared Legal Ho0id-iy1 :
SWith admintiabl pronptneis, all the
important phases of the *.ituatlon 'al
-ready hive beeu provnied TO
relieve banks and citilena. ti th'6
embarrassment of flnanetiaL
tfonrs, the next seven dayi.S
declared legal holidays tnl t
wealth of Marylanid T)re
of state iniliia Infantry .a
and troop "A". of the state
ha.: b teen called :nto eno
thoroughly I1 the polling
now systematlized that th:e
d'tl tr:ois yesterday organ
to assist thie national guard, wa. not
needed, and after fa cRSference *wth
Brigadier Gleneritl R Uigg, jMtor (ienet
al Corbin has returned to New York,
and it Is not probable that a single
federal soldier will be retained in Bal,
tniore.


City la Orderly.
The city is orderly. ''he hours of
the early morning whin vandals. and
lotutor usually rito foir Iheir work,
passed without t'vent. Bilut one man
Islnitlnr arre n At for offrliecs directly con-
nected with the fire.
Prlobabli. never- before hna there<
beon ta fte of such maKltllude albeo-
lttely wltlhtit it. u v of life ani so .re-
innrknllay fre(t front 'echtlrlnts, The
only plrt.'an a sriously Injured wta Ja-
cob inglofrltt, a voltnteor nfirn"an of
York. Pa.
AA arasfidll round' of' thl hospitals re..
Vpal.th.e f.'act that by tar the greater.
part of the i.n.trisB on the boplk are
simply "'a foreign body in the eye." :
Jlrtght. and oarly; In .apiti of this flet.
of his long hours of tiuty. Mayor Si
liane was at .ila off10et' hKtling eonlfer
once with tbe tlther eity and tate,.of.
feoia.t. p'iovrrnor Warflelb al(,p was
on hand.
This cold, however, is n, f Intense
enoaBtgh fn cns s eti offering amnimg the
pottli*, soldiers and firetson on douy,
'Irth abh.nietrof wind la a iGodo.ndn, ftor
thoniands of feet of tottfrijng wtits
would surely table itn a : trong
hreuri and ad(d 'treatly r tohi perl of
the mu#i -who'uaduty c(lls ti hea to tet
iaagr aon., ..
S Nt Utnder Martial L.w;,
iBal'lmoroe it non ilitor mnarti la w
.General H a le I t ,tirmu, (bhe n dirtlon
*"mIjltary control." 1sI in nowa.Y hYve
the -It lt ititho~iti e l itsn. stp'r-a4ee.
Military saad eitvill stbrt Itlt. re wrf' rl-
*fa to'*tft ". *aL halr* oif the i.'.
irif cm'50 t W0*nl, ordered to' their
"tearteat O ; a, ri, thr aelry arrived
,iotlitse 'r iItrs rematins1 tnta o i,

tof alable city propel ty ( as *Lat 0 '

est usvei *ts y :tated : mong the,
4dnr01ii b5*t*r, wst;)APft l.. hi'e4 1
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'NM^ J'^ -u4i^-' Oit,


BREATHES HIS LAST'

S..--Oreat Amerioan Pased Away at
VAULTS ARE INTACT,
-- His Washington Home.
Firs Did Not Damage Seouritloi Conti-
nontal Trust Company. TYPHOID FEVER THE CAUSE
S laltlmore, FPbO. .lO--After aintnvetl ---
gation It Is annoiuned that the vaults News of Death Will Ibo ReceieVd
of the Continental Trust companY; Wh Sorio All Over Country-
whtih contain seenurtlea to the value h
of $200,)000,00 are intact, Loss Will be Felt in Commerclal and
The vaults of the Maryland. Tra st Political World,
company and those of the Mercantile Wshingtot, Feb. 10.ntd Stat
'Truit company, Iaive not been a In. tor Mai us n. lanna, de.Ue tate
aged in the leant .Trhe bank of Brown tor M AHannded t 10
tro:, directly in the path of thb fre, o'oilk this morning at his residense9in
Spractically tnieapeod without losses, tHil olty of typhold fever, after a brief
prtllly, :--- ht hiness. Tla dtingiuldh AniEafn, ...
Card from Mayor MoLakn. oltisen Was surront|i i, by hti family
Utalttlmr'e. l i.b, .,-ayor Metante when the end 'oatid. .. .
W~ihs a Jsled tor it tatettoment today ad. The patIent pas en d a restless night,
Sdresed the following to The Asoolat; andjt was seen by the attending phy.o
-. aed P-s're : : ,1 i K s) that he .waKs gradually gTowing
"I ItHtltmiore will now enter utidaunt-: oaker, andT although eerythl.tgtiha .
Sil : into ith tnrk of reurim'ction, ,a medioalskill could, suggeoo was (lone
; Kreator.! nd more beautlti' city w by the doAtors, Sohator nna steadi-.
rt.e from 'the rnl.n aiil weashall mtakle y sanikuntil tho ond atd e
'ol tils aelamitya fullt:im blening, We' ,h' lews'of thio l iator's death
are-m taitggerltg .by'. toh ter'rbl o blow, apretitd rapidlyi \YahinYieiigton, land has
i but we aroe noi Iv otragetidand.d. eiry at
energy of the city a a Imumolp ality g rodent
,ad it I et na.s plliniat. 'lldul "osvolt was greatly grieved
I be devo(id te: the rleabllitatltin wu t of tor itnn
SIllt. will rt' only pv teitu'r dett.h, andtl remrked that the United
SIn tf, b t monumt to mItat hirlad ilostalof the kmot rfamou
ftt.i"r n* i1u0 in American hblmory.
.... A OIograp.hial Mketch,
SFIRE LOiES.' Maraui Aloueiii tn inawtis W born in
-- Now irlMboo, (olumblananounty, Ohio,
4; theDa-Area Burned 8piteilber-:'4, 18,17, ItReinvedL wth his
IHW i ua m. a t ir's faintly tn Oluveland in18 .2;
1 )if b fntiwlg was eduoaled in the comon tot leholols
liullltary ha lvn given lut: of that city and thi Western Isoierve
l'hbe ur-ned area i morto than 2 Collego at tl ls i O. li was '--
Hl tl>.tlwft u lglhw At 141,11dooll) 0. 1,10 all.
tulllifitu .Inl l"' (1 "ye 0 (1 > W,1161044
nie' s quar, an- o rt lt tino thel gaged aile a etii',oye in l' the wholesale
Sinew a ,r inint the lole- grOcery hao(ai of It lap,, iIarretson' &
gr-ph ti l off's 11111llt softlT'h( of thit As- Co., lil fathI r fi 1W h g ting's asiu r impel--
hsotlatled I'- il,.h i I't.t dei i yt ill st wr )f th lrni,
'I'Th li o i intlil t d at it'00,t t l ti i 1lla f ilatln'rd'id it> I8 l2, ldlt|, he r p il
early In Ih, iliyt i noriw retpoit'd to reint' .t(I bllahottroIlmats- ini thit IIril ulitl.l
fur 'xri'lctd tlhe!m li );ii a.r( 1I8N 7. Whj! ii tli hitnlou i wal s W loild, '
'l 'l Ie ir t i tIljg at J rj y Hilnill ryiorn- Inld Ill' tlh 'ti It hi(iibtin :i ea n bo r of th th
Itig oin t wh ti la i>l ic house c li in i II, rnn of. Itlodelta Uo,., elgagei d lin tel
(:u.. tit i wa).i followed hy tr vrlf0 explo' Iron and coal l tjsiness At the eXpla* '
ston,. .l t'h ,if tten yiars the title m f the fl' iiri st
W ethi!!tig.ll, Nw York na .Pll Pi wiA .etinulged to M1. A. Ilanlai & 00C
dielJi la ntl an iIll nw ghhorinig it let rui. h wl tiliitill exist,.
CIi fire upiomrats tl the strlcken clty 'Mr, .ialnrtsi itla also 'heetll identified
iev ial th.oumand llrmen have b.eei with tht lakeoarrylhig btiies, e lbelng
(ighUngI l. iarnts, (' itervtd tl vessci. n the 1aii *ns .ulan
"Pthe llty Is litoing goardeit by state. ini th, ietiruoson :of' suelt veq s i,.
trioo a. taitgetltad.i .by ttiUgorarad of adi o
depiltios4 polisorti on a nd firee i r I l hi
h r Matfactoring (hoin inny of ,levela.i.d
Chtcayo Will Aid Blltlmore. prWldent of the UnIlinNatlonali lalk
('hlfagoi, Vo.ltb. 0 .:Thi e0(oil) has I f Cl.reeland, !prehilet o.f thi Cl *e '.
.ptisiiad reolntlii e, whtlhih, after a'- land tilty ittliway Co many, preieitttl
pr.isti)g.'syripathy W'ih tfe' itIn 'f th(e I tlC Minin.g on~paiy.' t
ft- ltaltlmiori ,nt in tbhe groat etlinlty Lake itiur governentt4lr.euort
whfh. has bt'rfallen -thr, uthtorii:se thIe (o0io PAefli a UlMlway ,pipl
the mayr to : ll).apit*ti t ll a retitee, tn In l$8in by' a'irpointrnwtir- Ilrof 'reir: 14
Sisiling 'hf. ive Itiel silt' of Ipls Cot0.iell lCle etlnd. delegate ':saq thlb i6 i 1'i
tand .e other cittres of thi eag .to leapubliueit o Cielntvlo n tl In 1 '80
ks tl it an rtwl n matril aid (fr aid lt,' andelttd ethialril st the]
the ,ifttirtMle. ient a(st. of lthA i u N atonal ie putbilM n (J mmtt' t.:i i
Sthei tIs fsmpitritr tIl fto b ei ihe -naiato 1 -
lituan O u tl4 f trt.iim f.-d fao'r t .larl o. !-! t 'HI. to "the.

Iaa aotlittwb i tihe mnt)a itt tCt b '^ 's I Whiluc i eJ lted "
S lo, 1 tIv2. mts~ofW.'. 8 states hidlte as a R8publHe1 by ('ai
,et'timonr. fice Louse, erar' ieismti, -Manh i. I$7,l to f. ,
oif title, iV-. to Afi'r a meeting "ih Vanaajeu sdM by the reaiggy:: ^

enWaSn'ie it wa. ,La*,ntlOd o s t" thb cept lth position oft attrtary *tt Bteir
-estimate. the lkt at $3t1,,00000" witt ihi Pre'*r idelittMKiinly'sb ciarbtli, bl :sd l&
nirsaratite to the uatnotitt o)$o9000,.00, took htIs seat l' Msrh $107. ) 5' -
S- ',-,-. .--. '- t f ofoflofese.Xpirei under thus i.i
SKills Companion While HMunting pottiwt ii sary II 65I, aid be
-wadvtllia, Ale,,.r. 1i.--7*The i. 4tess e. f,;,or a nsoni4 u ti, (l. a
reld soil|, of Wiilia R. D-ber was '-'--w-----t '-,{1 '
paul4.a sM otf WA. 5l, RabriWk,( at t. (...orth, its, h.... 0-44w ,
4.*fsim *sw miii It N,*em Matt $li,.: *50 ruorie-l h-irt ##: l,
@7 Wre :0.Ut h:a4tl wth s,. .tahp I. PT, ato e:,ffogg r- b


;*ii tei^ tt. i wett ( *e ttvergy titere Ad 'svo'ed St
Ramnbath'atad lo lay his sna d.*vea ,lrta ensued bot*1k6A( thi a
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~Qu of the E4o~ Deottuctive Fires
gloan l ttde.y, the h olrstof : Allen .li
BWeepuovor W 4 Cty. &too, hiych hadi hardly been coin
t RplV41ate vhrlte nex to t was ilthe esta
USIN SS O',. 1ION 1 ,ISIN RUINS lish' esit ofM M Moae, & Co. On th.
corner .ras the building occupied by
Fai a m Started inWh osali ry Goodis 'aras. ugta' r & :iar ani several othi-
I StoreAit I O'lockSunday Morning, olr smaller concerns
and Were Checi d at 2.40 Monday, At tl 0,o'cloci 0 Mullen's otetl, t
i QI^i to be Revived AgaiO. Fevan-story eLrocture..at Liberty and
S. lialtinOire streettisI, was in flames ri o
One of the m.ist dest tiovlres th l garreto eallar;and its eat ht
', d o has evere known the fire whtie and narrowness acted as a torch.
RIO ..-dr qooodit Wthtrtandln lb-,I I the e *,
began inA4 wh418olealedry good esa- *Thougi every bit. of fr(rlghting
oishme, t in Baltimore i 9ndlay niortm npparatus i the city was alaieesli! t
S6adp whillah destroyed property ag- requiitidon a' the lames. continued to
spread, at 10 o'clok s*ix engines arrived
Sregating the immense sum of $260,- rm Wl hington, and four from Philae -
:**:l ooll dlphi. i gines from stations in
The f re urged 'with tremendous h nltihaord, Howard, Anr Arundel and
forie, otlwithgtaBlndin hat tohe entire Hartfotd coUtiioes also Joid ind in fht-
Om alti re i o department sited by g te itme, yod ea. to,.
4,ta : ,tot l .frrom Washington, Phia- Fire Beyondobntrol.'; .
: lpha and othor cities, we re die- "AIl kiinds ofwireb had.to be out to
tO i th tt hd fi al | o 1 clear the way for the fire fighters. Thi
1' i' Sharp and Baltimore streets were
The ifolowlng description in part is early found to be dolomedt and the f're-
taen from the Assoiiated Press report mien turned thNir attention to saving
of this l d isa teor1: *, bldltngt oni Batlimore street east
',i A fire which broke 'out a aflew of Sharp, but he i re wlasbeyontd ,heir
minutes before 11. o'lolbk t'his m iorn- otr trol. Ied-.ot inders igi'ited thie 0
1pgf'the wholrsale dry goods : houset: rolof ^l:;:!rthe t ilro't eto otheatere arn
8inhf idt ll theholpeale dry' got diw a retroo "at
'of 0Joh n HurtACoqb Ohs rtged wthwtt af.. h Walf tmi e trp rtoe mailn otin.
in estra^ted fty 'nt-iwnuotely ever : lagratio, vWieh shows to* what. di-
sarie, and ldnlight ,itistllu n- tanlhe the fery rain fe llM ,
ehobktd, 'but is ust daily eating its way "F-or a time i oniderble alarm was
ot a3tmore street, after felt, at th t hospital T er
a;vi g des troyd alnsot all :of thw at [Mery, in shtig ta the Institution, m
gsro s tore; atid warehou4es 'fittwhe r all atte posts,:and an. effort:
w*holealie distraot. around Hopkins' iwas made to keep thle fot of the con-
,Ploe., nd all the building on both lagration a seret frrom the ': patients.
sides of U'altinoro street, from HIowrd A few lhiders fell on the roof btl tu
to Holliday utrpet, from Chadrles and. hospital, but were exti'uished by 'tu
Baltimore to Charles ttliud .Lexington, phyaieianls of thf house staff.
S and o Fay tte .tret front' Oharles to "'At 8 o'clok trenlindonisexplosion
: =,1; Holdayiholudingl a total lof about ot about 16.0) barrels of whiskoy,
: twenty blo0ok.of the imost mlodorii and storedlin thupper floor.e of 24 1riin-
:ubstantial bstios buWildin in lioltl ovr -trout, hurled tos of burning
m, i ore. '.:: .'*l .: ': a.:t ..: n ter .across tlhe tretut on thle roofs
:"*' :" he fired rtnoijtj mn although ,aid. of thie b.ii(diigs opilsitu whtioh the
.. yd.b ieng!itln'firom Wnahil>gton, Plla o fl0"anilte nr we f rtlliinglviit wittr in a
delphia, WilluiLgton, D|)i., and the vail hope to make llanover tret, (1h0
S surroundings :ouniite and subirbs, 'el"t"ern bolndarly line of thse coitla.
has beuen. utterly powerless to make l*qrtkit, Lint an engtino wias buried
any effective reHIstan 1c, :though for Iby a failing wall, tlho lirormen l oilngi
S hour as aintlly ias 400 streatls of: water for thir liv,
: were thrown into tholi itanima. Indee..d Explosion Rocked the City.
so terrific hias Ibkei th Ltloit hl ever sinot '"The whole a ity was notiflod of the
S the f re stirtmil, asild (sod ,ons iand saf- con!tllgratiii by a territlc ax xplihsionn
: focating the voltillm of Iliyinig sparks wht iichroe oirrd sorl o i lmti i ttis fter 11
: anid burning inldersr that it Mif. dlti- o'elock, A sliarp, siplitting roar went
aOtlt for tlrIieten ,ito stand. wiithil p inl' with reverberating thullu
S ihtiirg distiunao of the tlliii'l. dtr Th'li wa. followadl by i pettiuliar
Fire Fought With Dynainito. whistling olse, i ke t ihat bnadi by a ,
S. "At 7 o'lock thi situation was so srill wind. :''i oThurelii in thohi cin-
S oA 4de.lpe ilate ithat Chit lrtonlli decieald ral lirt of the l(ity were rillet with
thal tli otily thing left, to do wias t orfhi, i(rsiippers, Iny':l VWho became
: : dyinamnit t tlirieattied ploiints, aid fright ell led, aid .while no lialic lit-
: thus pret'iitt, as far tas possibtlt, a sfur, stida hlurdreds of i'"'ni iiand women
thler spreail r th. hlmluas n p irs wet loutitside t: t what hidn hnap
; ; nlCe of thtlS:i Ka h i. nlnibrotluliingt.l, p'id; Ins a few momntiit, t.tthe satreotas
w r ,w.r blownii t( :. '' n ,lek. '.. n d pavre itU terle all ovr td :ill t aty were
". iThe .tlra brooke out shortly )bfrop ])j Cirowded with excited people,"
: 'clock thls aiuorning in thte wholesale. '"...".". "'. '1. '. '
dry goods store tf .1lt.s it l.'rst r NEWSPAPERS BURNED OUt
Coon iHdolpkittisplace it th hertftlthe Every Dally Paper in the City of Beol
Sbu-hnea distri otwtih I(a oYrinft loud
S bitpleo distort, wih oriard in ro. more tVictim of Flames,
espl'ohliia, wlhlcth wtrt heard 'lit ra.
: s ,' I mot pl rts l. f it ho itty, ian id pread Sia~tLi l'P T4'1 t uia: .u I
W itha tearfull raidity Jac ksetlvivle,. Fpeb.,; 4l: pi.i ii-tih
'"In t. thalf houri tlre wore a doritn At'Asriated Press announces that the
i: w.blgW:tarihonli the wholealoe dry (ol onagrall on i11 Biiilithuore awast last '
S' goods ad00 t notirOis districts burning i oi'gttn und'r control at 2:i40 o'clock t
: treeuly. '1Thi entire city lrt dcpar. this afrtirnoon, afttr btiritfq twenty-"
ueniet wials rlat'd out, but was :;tttirly seven houis.ra' Thhteli i of th busiiioiis (
M powerleM s ta k tliti sprs;ndl othie distlict i it ru0inse, alhm l tl esie., wielth were aided Otf 'Ey :- a#re Ig(aRtt # L. IhtX.( :
tte .." .R4:: t: : ,
hw : l is tids t ly tnool tletrl wfre sa age .. ,' .. ..... ...... ", .
i^tl;:risin et lrtry: ,big .w'are l.s;s FlRf STARTS. AFRESH.'. ;
i the id iaflltigr in w s sta..i c., ,a-
k~.i .t way htr~i i s .atie lokiiu east" At si<.O'Olo' k lPresideni. Stret o-; ,
n 'Htori 'W as arid sa*tt p. ot Wits 'Burning n SBaltilmore."
T bIg dry. goods lhotit of )ai'i elii.t'al i aTh il : .
iller Srs' atd tl. M\.i tott;a.. (. Ja ckihonviil e, .B. 8.-. A telegrams
1' W soln ltit., t n4l" al'il, tl'remarni ftrQ'nsm BSaltimtrs'tt tes It hat the firsi,
tr elstAd:etl ot rtll ilh. Hirsft which It wl s th.bght had bdsn glttesll
blng thre were i dto,' bulld nder conitr 'itoti in te afternoon, stArt
irg .i1ainE atrA;sh at 0 ato'cktcts a4 Th... ra. dat
S4 Ktpr's biag wholhniltohe strt.. depot.. is f:lrs. Firerien,
store on 1a1tant haret quickly a. though @*xhluaste from ag hsur*s' of '
t^^aped to ise Huft *. Pa 1lopklan hard wpek, r battlngwih the Ilamt 1 ;

%sott.ltI by'flauaes 44rees *S st1et '
were ti r, laM. of 5.. e r,.. & The 'st ,,etal -i,, .
Bank: A4$olrtgintg wtttle ttgg tlH 4tss KMdtey compltes laitilklUsassra t ople
h^ b..iN Ns dtaits o^ w ( ii ," 'rhs. iii
,WiB WI*' h, il.e i. f t'llit ti i I'!'aidibai s


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is a Household Favorite Everywhere for


oughs, olds, Group, Bronchiis, Pneumonia,

Grippe and all other Throat and ung Troubles


1 It quickly stops coughing, tickling in.
and pain in the chest and lungs.


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throat, difficult breathi


It immediately relieves the spasms of Croup and W hoopi
Cough and effects a speedy cure,
CIt contain n opiates or other poisons and ca be6 given-w
safety to chil!rean and delicate persons.


4:^ It contains no harsh expectorants to strain the lungs or astrin
gents to dry the secretions 'and cause constipation;.
SIt prevents Pneumonia and Consumption, strengthens the lungE
and cures LaGrippe and its after effects.
6 it will cure Consumption and Asthma in the earlystages and
give comfort and relief in the most hopeless cases.
V It is pleasant .to take and at once produces a soothing and
Strengthening effect on the lungs.


A Severe Gold For Three Months.
The followin letter from A. J. Nusbaum, of Bates-
vllle,Ind., tells its own story: "I suffered for three
months with n severe cold. A druggist prepared me
some medicine, and a physician prescribed for.me,
yet I did not Improve. I then tried FOLBY'S HONEY
AND TAR, and eight doses cured me."


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A Chattanooga Druggist's Stteimint
Robert J. Miller, proprietor of the Read House I
Store, of ChattanQoga, Tenn., writes: "Thor
more mert itsn FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR the
any other cough syrup. The calls for it multiply
derfully and we sell more of It than all other 0c
syrup combined."


p SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
J. W. 'COLLU.ML & CO.


THE JURY'S VERDICT.
Coroner's Jury Cqrcludes Exanina-
tion in Case of Penny Wtight.
lThe coronoer'a jury In the ease of
I 'pry WriqlPt,a wh. owas tie utfortu.r
li>to Oitinitof a train on othel) Qliiit.-
v'ill; and td lf railroad Saturdty
iigh!t, wlirl sIhe w s ruln over ianll
killed -,'. has flttlhctd its I bors, anil
Suiday' re urtln I ai Verdic t to tihe'
foet 'that' "The .(leeeas d,. (Pohrny
Wright etmte to her deTth t y ,), ei ing
ruln ove.r ailid crurohl'd by a mlAiiitg
train of the (Gitteai vi.ll and Gulf Rail-
road n..1" 0 W. \Tiaomas was fored-
mian olthejurl .
I"'tie :rli tirni were: turned over to
relatives of W thte doea.4ed SaturdMay
Wght, aill the funeral was- hold Stod-
jdy ifttfernoon, i ing. largely attended,
. It i salbd that. relatives of thO : AC-
esaseit wilt enter siit" forr :.m.rtN Rt;
tgalmst the Gainesville antd .Gulf 1tail.
V I Vompany-. _
Ivay *0 < n)m n j ....... ..........;.. ..;.. ../ ... .. ....1-..

food's farsaparta4
hits Vl.iir flii 5 t tnx fa *))u:3 itt 'ihe Ot*C:
of iAy~yt hid g ...
'Ite et4 t of it.t wo.indetfal popular-
ity is+ explanld bits .y u tpproachable

BaAed iptn a .prctiptlion which
itedpio.nplel .otutduiid 'eid ietrble .*.

Unites the bt s n vegetfble i .
iby %atz a conbiuatio pmpt.
$1 a ond prieeas as to htva rspaaat
iowtr jie.6ll~sr tFo it.el
eari #byUarrh 4(14
Ss. tand ev ew kind of hutrUi, as we
5 t*5a;rU5[ 54 4i stiil pre


Established


Th A 'ehua Co Inv Ab stract Con

.i AININVI..... E.FA l.?i I L ,E .FLO l 0 i, "I" '':'*

Our bsiintes is strictly confIned to the varloius detfais incident t
ership of land, and we have n1o private er pr. oinal "Bal e lnri e to gr~di.n
with that business 't e make a specialty of the prPearatuio o abbii
nmakl exhnuative investigation of titl'~ we r. re nl t propoty.w
al4 matters pertaBliing to .the 'assieslt d 4 nd payfwiurt, of tat ~e
demnption of aotetandinr t tax sales. X! i yur ieed prompt and
vie it: our line call on or writH us. N ;ry pulie in f .
B. R. COLSON, MM- e



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B IGMAI LORDERHO
.4 : fuI quarts sfine ld Rye, express prepaid, $32
4 -.frl boitl.s Rjich:NiI .epre. s:"preid, $"4.20
All gods i4n plain pak. ges if desired. Av
stock of birrel ~o'dI s from 1,i to 5.00
S'Hillinoe f imported ln.. Domet W
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'~YERN,' BQRNE

iTwo rnai Motls 1'
S$AveO Only After a
EastSid S.qtre, One.
y#WwS1t Away,

|te. effect that the
|ia, ^Polk county, had
na diasatrous fle at .anl
nday morning, and that
S. houses,' 'together
ient', had .been. burned
eutailinig a loss of ver
, 'o :


bistt information that
d, the fire originated
Robqueamre, stock
the Atlantic Coast
pied quarters on the
of the square, in a
the rear of a drug
h as the fire started
e morning, the flames
od headway before dis,
Small efforts to extin-
Sof no avail.
S e of the stock claim
eg spread rapidly in a
etilon, and could not be
Stein stores and two small
ntire east side of the

lty 'that. the Tremont
bthe larRimed. In.- ,wasee
'Ptaed, th flames reaching to
f"w:: feet o: f the :bul ding,.
a on firre several tintea.
$tt0O Reward, $1001. ; :
riders of this paper will be
to learn that there is at least
lieddiaeaso that science has
e to cure in all its stages, and
itarrh." Hall's Cata rh Oure
tly positive cure now nown to
lacl fraternity. Oa rrh be-
atttionaldisease, requires a
tonal treatment, fial's a.
re Is taken internal' acting
apon t liiloo 1d mucouL s
ITstesysteim, thereby de-
jtahe foundation of tlhe disease,
viig, the patient strength by
p. the cni'stltution and assist-
're in, doing its work. ,The
tOrs have so much faith in its'
powers that they offer One
J.Dollars for any case that it
kure. Send for list of testi-
F. J.F, CHN-cut & Co., Toledo,
:alldruggists, 75c.
all's familyy Pills for consti-


" [-...i:- ,... .--- *
RD FROM THE NORTH,
ar in Henry, 11s,. Tells of the
evyere Cold There.
ter from Mrs. Mle vina Iagu-.
of; The Sun's valued 8sb-
obo resides in Henry, lls. ,. in
'eaaiits for a reIewal of this
lides.a lterestiigly as fol-


TIre is always a fght
going on 4un every humin
oybetwee'ad het anh i
.ease. On e on' si'1 are poor


the Other are iQ shine, resL,
ceerfulneCSS _id novrish-

IThe eaon0 Sc6tt's E1mub,
son fights so powerfully for
health is because it gives so
lmuch 0moire 0nourishmeni t than
Syou can get in any other way,
Get in the sunlihglht and try.
Scott's Emulsion.
We'll send you a Isitple free upon raqiuat,
SCorT & lOWN.NE, 4 Pearl Stret. New York.

CLOSING M. E: CONFERENCE.
After Three Days' Session That Body
Finished Business Sun'ay.


After a' three-days' session of the
conference of the M,. E. Church,
Southern branch, at whiah great in-
terest was manifested, and which
was atteng edby a 'great many promi.
nent ministersand Bible workers from
various sections of the country, ad.
journed Sunday niglot, .after the road
ing of the appointmitieLts by the seure-
tary.
In the morning a sermon was de-
liver .by Rev. O. O. Jacobs, D. D., of
Cha tn, 8. 0., to a large coongrega-
'tion. shopp Good'sel of Ohattanooga,
who has presided at the conference,
preaihOd :an interesting sermon, 'and
In the etvenintg the .congregation lis;
tened'tp an able diaobiure by Rev. J:
P. Wragg, "D. D1. of Atlanta, aftet
whlc ih the appointments were" read,
and tmhe servicee closed with benedict.
tion.. ,
Jii the aB~ence of a chilrch, the
building having been consumed by fire
several weekS ago, the conference wa.s
heltd in Johnson's -Hall, North Pleas-
ant street.
Rev. J. IM. Deas was retained as pus-
tor at Gainesville..
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two physicians' had. a long and
stubborn light with an abcess o0i my
rightLung," writes J. F Hughes of
DuPont, Ga,, "and gave wm up,
Everybody thought miy time had come,
As a last resort 1 tried Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. TIhe
benefit Ireceived was striking and I
was on lmy feet inl a few (lays. Now
I've entirely regained my health."' It
conquers all coughs, oldi' and l throat
and lung troubles. (Gin ranltceed by all
d riiggiet. 'Drug store price 50c, and $1.
Trial ibottlesa free
EXCURSION FROM MICANOPY.
Gainesville and Gulf Gave People Op-
portunity, to Visit Tabernacle,


With commendable enterprise, tlhe
Ulaniagoement of tihe GainAeville andl
Oiulf railway, realizing that many real.
ldents along the line between Gaines.
sille and ,.Micanopy were desirtos of
attending the services of th Vflntoer
Bible on.mferimue; operated a 5(ipt',i.l


excursion train between the two points
0oih plewaed to see the re'- londay, with the reSult that 9 large
Ite temperature 'for the lnulmibr from the South came io for
Augustand Septemnberpub. the services
The t ibe.a-Week Suni It All who attended expressed them-
favroably with the tem. i slves, asbeing wel. pleased, and they
are, Thpre has been ai vry appreolate the courts-y of the Ga1ine.-
ir, being below ero fre; villes ad Gulf in affirdir this prr
several times :twenty andt' ith,.
degrees below. We have t ty ..
angever since Chrtistmai ." Tax Assessors Appointment'..
"ho Desih Penalty. Tax Acssessor'W'. W (Colison will 'be
tiing sotltnime tiS rei ults :tn a lthf e following plaseson-a dates tan.cm.
lu a mere eratcth*, iniignifl, tionrIed-i for 'th purpose tof mnetaing
r 9 yt boils have. paid tlih property ,owners, so thaLt property my
l .i t ':l wise 'tdohave be correctlyy assessed
A ia salvee ev0r handy. '1 .Waldo-Thursday, Fb. .
t Valv on earth and will ,eb."l-Flr, <. 2
ai t, w)hen burfs. sores, a trow;e---rldry, Fit ',1',,b
bfi.0 threaten Only' 2Oc, anta' i I--leday, f'ebh 1"
t.l', .ague'-Wedesday, I. 1'.
ie, hrniin's Cou. airbt -Thrma b.
raotored, was arrested l" e rltfe-!odady Feb :
.s upon a hitrge of' Winildor---T"esida., Iehb. t ..,
i 1d otlf in Ith ase d se hr'- Cam pvitle-W id ay, Fb. "',

f Islothas "enter- Pneuprj Mor tal Than Con.
hio,, Tlere el- ..:
fk tlm*' ease-at "leasw
ksiot r it d t is nOt geWnerally know hat 'more
under i4 -own p opl! di 'romt pe ealsno sa'.. h a:.. mra
pl Opp'r *eal t ptl.'he iicm. Thnl b s' er:"**
'u i mea :t(rat to. r iip'tj ip .- .o.T4t-, .i e.qp't lbI. t e.it"
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AlJUSWOED GUILTY"

,am ~, 0a01 ,.ts Been oachl4 ,
e in the Uited Stateis
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veRDCTr RMiEEnob rb T soAv'
T Se 0 ISAU'F'ti4 s S 0118 1AY1
TbIs. Case isa F'Famous Onea, and. In~
voIFve'd O'e of the Most Profitatle
Oce'upetions Ever Known in FloridB,
ThIoSards Having Been Made.
C 1a l ot The Su l .
SckJaosovill, Feb. 0,-Th funinot
CRas of the United States s. Mrs?
Helen 'Wihnans-Post, the imentalt'
stilence healer, which has occupied the
lattes ton of thl United States cdu.rt
here for' the past week, was 0.onclded
today, when thl jury at, 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon brought in a verdict of
guilty,
This ease has been before the court
for nearly two years. Twice itha l
been contlnued, but was fInally
brought to trial at the present session
of the court.
Everyone is familiar with the meth.
ods.of.the defendant, who for several
years conducted a mentall cienoe
business at Seabreeze, opposite Day-
tona, where she flooded the. nilM, with
oirciars and letters, adltdrissed to
every section of the United Slates, ad.
vertising the fact that she could aure
alliseases by the "absent treatment"
process. Her bus'Tless was a most
profitable one uniti.l. lt0 united, States
governIment arrested, her upon a charge
of utiln'g the mails for fraudulent putr


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:TREATTO IRBY SMITH
r e, iv-- ," AH Good" e 'ered
Distinguished South 'Fldida Cliti;enLGS ye
Sends Quantity of Oranges. : t l I. I ll4'1 1 .
eleausi he i beIhe impressed ,th n [
Kirby Smith Chapter,' Unit0d Daught- f"| 'li
terms of thime Confiederacy, memorial i .
monument in this city ou January .
19tlh, at which tuie lihe delivered ani .
address, HIon. W L, Palnmer of. Or.
lando has selt tie chapter two: boxes.
oft. lscipous orangear from Orluand.
Thoe members of the chaptic:r held a '
"special indet: at: the ho.ne of thlu ( Lt i 'el 7 $ ol
president, Mrs. I.1 H. MeOrearyb, Alui .
day afterlioon, wihen they .: joyed in l
a most0 becoming manielir )ith gift
froun thli d iiInguiished geml man m.
If Colonel l'lthifeur Shoul oevr d1- '
slrte toi run for a :ti;ate llict 1and, the
ladica could vote. hle would ccrtfl.lily.
pile lup a eompnilinlllmtary vote from the.
ladies of Kiriy ui th '
TILLMAN WILL NOT RUN
Young Man Prominently Mentioned for ...,' :
L-gisl ture Will Not be Candidlata, ,
l'rodf, ). I''ll. nn of Cammp hille, i
principiml for their la.tst termin o .f ulwil
Seumiln ry ait Rlex., itil oiue of thi'l) m i st
effkla'tl anid promini t t .younmlg teach- 1 l .<1 F loresti4'orn h <( I '(I d 11 llher I()e1 i 0
(!ra il e county, was amnmomg the visit- f ^oat111l1i alley .er "JHl." I.i 4Og
leors lt.(ih lltlh tatt l 'lrday. rld" e tl I. X 0I UC
'rof, 'lillhman is a young li un of m ll i- ,, t r ()* rs.
usual shrewdness, and his friend s mall Of : ;|
over the county havef i n rei ltihig '
himr to become a landidtlatb fur the N A N
Legislatur ee' t.e 1 4 3AY 3T., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
vhle aj!ppreciate the ,estteim ll(d 0j."- T '.V ..
interet of tlh h i"yftd s''mald Mr U
TIllmail, '"I feel tht 4mty duth ar.
Needed at ho..r i l 'i, the h 0 aO u I:.
"will otlmake t re . Three Times the.


Meeting of Cit(zenrs.
Tti.ere was a tm nt mu g oj( tl ofr ine f Ithe.
buSiiinm? men utld mitrfnifrit cilttsi-nm
at thlr court lhomit yt toteridy ,,vi'mfiri
at 4 'elrc1 k, Ii'r, S'trnoui. ,ilivr'ir.d a
vvry 'ie lmqt i u-''ad iross,* in which I|e
pi.taited out in a forfbellel ay a fe'a w of
the munmiy Improveumm'int" jalimevilleh
peCds.is Atong *th'i.ee w.rr: it ewteraltg
ystem I'.,'.'i; t'e t ra isapbrt t itO n facil.i.
tfin'I awi more a bet tor.Ier I ct em inm
mo(ttiiwotsi: T'he J).hytir iiI' I!^r,..
S(pecIts. t the ofsldi~si of iu, n alohr
Air Lin au mid Atiatiu C(',,; "t!4in rmil.
road iili. a wy '..hit't coul',4 t h14 mim-
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r the irst- and 10 cents o r ech addl.
D A.. yedadvertisements for three,
it' Iand 12 moirths' at s'peoial rates.
PrlCe ftirilashd upon applceatioi.
Matiage andDeath notices inserted
ro ee. ObtuarJles5 cents a line. ,
iii iWe will not accept stamps of a
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There Is no latitude in morality.

The 'w-eakema.t inia tite world Is the
ilpot whese paslons gro tha strongest,

Th ii, phyeicap l wreolk that I those reoult
of :lascivqus living ai the saddest sight
.i r thf e world, :. .'..' .

': here is Just ot dO4ifeureoe between
faaiit and fiion. It a thlie 5atmi, that
exists betwieon ubstifico and shadow.

8: oft speech and gentle words will I
S th ie eco a rebellious spirit and
S":'"work wond era in tie way ofr porsonal
+ : .. .. ....re fornia tiOn .

:eme nbor ain evil thought that is
: ever etXpressed soin ceases to exist,
SThe tonoguet is a great developer .of
l n mental attitude, : .'

S; we canniot win with. lIoosevlt,
We caindt wiii with anybody," says
senator .'Pftt, of (oiiioctlcnt. Well,
i who said you (ould I

S Tiho: Washiigtont clerks are still in a
S ferment ovor whe rulo yoll ,pl liog thlion
to work sievtn hours a day. Tloy ven
prefer older that works only a little,

Tho bost reformationll is that whiohl
takes place th-rough tii quiet doter-
milnatioi> to reaist evil tendeneios uand
wWhich flids its only expression in
deeds.
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. M r ii ryman will visit Dxiat iU 'tFobru-
ary, addreBssinig the legislaturis- of
S Kentuiky, Tonoemseoe -AVirglnia, thei
Carolinas, A labaliia, and perhaps ot her

,r 'r. J. liii uiaJti u I Androei', presoi-
idont of ih0 Nebriraka.a Stato Unilver-
Silltyi, f wilting to ahti'vpt a donation
-froim Juln In. li)oclkefeller. \VIWil, there
' are o others .

; A tdlernu bit great moral philou-.
phewr has. discovered that it s itmi.
pI;sible to cist the, faWe htito.' ai~ .
S .prsi.of hatrd and think a ptas.
l- t tilul taught .

Life t tin ne vcr 'he o ulud ,atifatory
^ until t is furnished withh, a putrjaf
thtaiitmrouiulet t ilinatte ,an ltr. 'Th
pui'poses of hit aret r t rhal aly dilT:.-
.' .sntiate .iiin .

"Governlor t'nmumig. of .su It.
.lares that he i, gang o .st pui "
in 'his tatiff.iw SVii iiiau 'whi toets
ithat ort of thing either lihas a good
ad or le.a good blhatt


^"i^^ y its8 lunenbtutr!a qtllcrtr of a n'il-
ailaollnr mitfge aIr a visittii their
hi(leh wa5 45T(r nmade, thit i,
*ithe olek in i.ttiknltg twohl i b.
-(Weseeion(s, Ramb.ttmnihl lia v,
Qtxait for the mtqotey with; great


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:s., ,,wl the OilIto f, ,

S 4tor S tlenasry cam 1l 4 hp o th oard of "Pubic Works, e
paiga as an edoultorn has alrady *, re he spend the ofty's onoeyt
proved a inatorial acess. It has and rhakerooea4a' fdoris political it il
r pftvedi he s'eshept'I chinethe etihepe,0fi'ipodtroadt plan. The c.har- Tak Cold easily? Throats
cTlothbi rhs o aspirants rofthe ve at places in teld'rP1 UIngs a eak? Any
ror oicer who ha for Y omn.beetr poo. th hhnds 6f tbrr. of r Bod Trus' relative thay c6 sumOptionl?.
ng tas the trte friends bf he people '4 the afai rsof' the eoty pi totr c i00. CoUgh means a great
while at the salo ttime theyhae vbteen 'Thmboard is not elared by the' peo-
Sgilnt Jto a base etat of ptoti ing ple of pJlksonvi It is selfperpet.- fi
the sanmt method Inbln0ss At poll* t 40;When the term of _a 'meber eo
tes for pwhich'f Idnhey o the DAirmeonein, l. board rerelected vami I 1 "
so me of the ir opponents.' hW ay tht bfard har;s held for t OTI de
Srlhe .un alludes to the Jacksnville apy yeas The eope o ora dea to ou Follow our at
StrlIty-that t'o f ,aumeand proe will remember tb.iatan effort was lWade doctor's advice and take iP
tended politicl santity who have bythepeopleofoksonvilletohange Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Be
Been doing so n h ho wling sine this state of airs and to make every- heals, strengthens, parents.
hey opened tlis campaign prernaf.re.- thing elective. Had that pai t ue *n r .s I. S I-ave .e .ed on Ayer's la
ly at Long Bridge, in Bradford eunty, ceeeded Stoekton ani.Barre would have Oberr Pectoral r aTolds pe
nearly a year before the date biat fa r ad h to have gone before the people fr c
Should ing this primary election,and who re- tleetion. But they fought the plan, eO B a P l..ur l
have arrogated to theoiiselves thi claii Th opeopledelare In favor of the
that in Jacksoville is to be found ten change, butl Telfair S etokton and 'h b, s
'ho are capable of leading the Deinoc. Cromwell Gibbone were prevailed? t ill iJ pi
racy of the State. 'The Jacksonvllle upon by the Bars.Stockton faction to dt
trio first conceived the plan of con. kill the bill.. rhey sueeeded, and ilf i i the ai f
ducting ths campaign over a year ago, gave the oity a ake-shift with no re- ca
whin, it f alleged, in the offlee J. N. lief. That is as much as Barra aid eHAPPFNiNS RM HAWTH
0. Stockton, the tiree-8toakton, Stockton honestly feel for a primary, HAPPENINGS FR i HAWT hORN.
Sitraoward and Barra, determined 'to or the ,.voice of the people ruling, A delightful 'Birthday 'Party-Bning
make th.4r race for the offices they In thile.ampaign the people of Flor o Sho BShop-ther rotes. SI:
have been coveting forara. No oth- Ida are being taught a salutary lesson, ohon ,. ,ater h
orDsetion ofthe State was given an op. They are learning that it is notg the wthore oi t.- ast for i is
portunity. ,Jacksonville. hogged the man who can shout the loudest or Hon0ter fentertaited abpiit forty of his
wholo thing, senator,. governor, and nake the most ofdemagogical' argo. dto urfendo wlthea Paiy o baturi
congreBma~n, and with 'a determine. nient who 'i their friend. fternoothi ldti stae of'asi be i. sp
tion worthy of a bhtterchause proceed. Bol WitrE th 'el n t n g .ary of. his birtted
ed to make the effortof ramni Og their ,nt .' t iinty refreshineites werserved and
political opinions and their politti cal BarsrhImarks the Lake COitv itle gainte ntha twilight 7 y.
aspirations down' the throats of th61e Ihaidrs e a trick o ir itr el iutain,
nanlys'ahe played oroer.,1.ltstate.goodl. boe'L
Democate of 'this State. lowDe, l i arranging a r. d ith artyw f
In conducting this campaignn the mary date, Maybe he did -But such retrs of wthedy astery Wilat ai n
Jacksonville trinity have, been making a"tricy" politlan might try the rilu lItpreiay of manr '1 ut
atoundlJpgch:rge Oainst their opp sme a ntieds with' othe people' -e 1 triflow i out agiin, 1
sao me measure afler a short illns. .
These arges included i through congress for ?5per cent of the violets! Welcoe herald of d i
First-That .their opponents in this stok, as he did in Jacksonville, which v r ,o coming quite proue, y d
race are backed by and are the tool! of he Wo0ld giv'l to the counties of the and procla mtha.t winteIr is over hi. o
: lepublans of Florida. .. sond Coigressional distAct, were it fair Florida ha
eecound-Thatlthdir past records de- not for the fact that re ik a. consti- iel
nonitrate that the people of Florida tutionalprovision agaliusta it Then he th06ot nter lt Hlainmond's, after a in
ouild. not afford to trut them,. would hardly t6s it in their, sightidisposition
Third-.Thatoon of them haa growth :--.!- issMyrtleo Haitillnod is confined to'
drihg ot railroad rebatoews, andu. whil Tho statePent thatJ .M. Barrs, it her ho0nm by a painful burn received O
der of whso oai hor u od: l j ll the rcet .ingof. the State con. by the accidental upsetting of a basin Uc
villo n ittee, asked that the first primhnary be of hot water. Her many friends wish thl
ourh-That allof them areeno- he n May 12th is made through for her a speedy recovery. ed
rleste toh primary plain. llnoracewith or a malicious intent A party of hunters front Moore's lo fie
All ft ofthoe h.arges ave bo t deceive llarra and his adherents tel shot a large alligator on Monday. asp
Awt fbyor natorThesharges have 1)e asked that the first primary be hold in It niueasured about six'fet. ,
tdbyMr.Clark, alafdverne o,..f tlvi April, u(d the coinpronlise was of E. Wetzel had the misfortune to
havi Mr. franklyanduye of eully re. fected through 'a lotion by Mr. lost hi shoe slolp witi all its furnish,
'ha. een rth and suessfull campaign Matthews of Marion county. ings by lire oit Monday night. This is da
of eduation has confined the plo. .--a---.-_-_._ the econid fire here within a week. to
ple of the State tliat tho Japksonviile The architect of the late Iroqluois. Will Adkills having lost his barn and na
trio Ia1,e boen laltoilndingly' guilty of theater in Chicago testified before the stable with a.qu.antity of feed oi) Fri. coi
very charge they have mado. against coroner's jury that four days before day night last. ch
tleirr opponents, and other hav t bei tlhe opening of the hotlse he personally Mr. and Mrs. larker departed for '
aldded.and provOil beyond a reasoulable conducted tihe building coinuism'oiir Jacksouville on Mondly, where they sV
dotuiht. Tako thini in their order: through the struotutiro and1 that lli, will visit the hon1e of'tli hlatter.
irs-it huas boei rov'u that in hi lattr pronounced it thoroughly fir". Mrs. ) Snlithvisited her brother Fo
race for the Legishlature., a an inde- proof "'alnd tte' bheat onstrioted the,- au family of Ciipville on Stunday,
ilndent against ile regular Demon. ater h' had ever seen.'' Perhaps the The wife and child of 'the latter are cat
aitio inot etin )Ival oauntyr, COeinllissione'r has since revised hi sick. tel
okto report of l P A party from Moore's Hotel took ad. c
eod e.- o :kton reeved t pport of :the vantage of the perfect weather Satur- ,r
leading itepubhtlans of .IJachsoui.lei, 'e' old lidisn war veterans will not day by having a lish-fry on Lochloosa .utso
and It wasthroughl their aussitance hue forget Senator Taliaferro oi the day lake, This is an ideal spot for such thu
was ectd, i that campaign ilrr of the primary. lie has been illuntiring occasions ty
hmen leading his fforts in their behalf, and, a-s Tolm HaummondJis visiting in Ocala.
nd-The politlml character of usual, aco01nplished results, Spprell is in our little town
hireoidr monrl ar0 uoi that no Demoe.r ; of shaking hands with oJd friends. again. of"
orat can senohlnllioulelyi trist then to THE RIDDELL CARNIVAL, MAJOR EARLY IS DEAD. !r
ab0d1 by the party declarations or to he..... -. '
taiitd upon- any platform l)(1uiocratcy This Famous Street Fair Will Exhibit Man Who Attempted Suicide in High ,ieo
may promulgate, a .Stockoln hias turned Here Next Week. Springs Expired in Asylum.:
hiLs back upon thime D1mocratihl orgalni- The Jui ddeoil street fair attractions, Information has reached this eity ol A1i
nation, Brseward Was removed from which delighted hundredsof people in thedeath at the hospital for the In- if,
itlieo for' falling to 'do his duty, said Gailhesvile a few week, ago, art e'v- sane at Oh'ttahoochuc of' Major arly, '
Iarmsas city attorney of Jactksonville, dently well pleased with the business wholn it will be renlelemltercd about ''"i
tnutered into an agreement with' ti theycenjoyeI lhere, as the attractions twl) moths .ago ateptd to take h is a
corpoiatiout l.e was asating, whereby are advertised to. appear in (ahlervill' own life at High Springs by shooting
ihe li corporations were 'given valuable again next week, The dates will W lhimnself through the head. '
,o)i>'H sinh Jacknsovill. for a piM. February 1p, 17, 18, 19 and 20, being "The uilfortunate man ws rendered
try i>m, with thtt und(eralhing that from treeoday iiutil Satriilay inclu. hopteleasly blind by theshot, thte ball I
lthrsm was to rwoive twentty-ive per sive .- penetrating the head atd putting out oa
t+nt f the .money lpati,. Barts wat Thin a iddpllatraiictionaarealt letin both eyes. He was brought to 'this of
guilt. t' that. !rachery at a time i ai lupto-date, and the aggregation. city, and 'wais sttequtiently taken to ed
w'hen ht Itwa a apaid servant of thi city will 10o doubt, reap tlhe "5.tCess they the asylum, his mind beiig somewhat pre
tI' ws Atmteuimptiing to' sell .out. Barrs deserve. they are tl people of retine. Imlpaired. of
ls's slated that hie mlelit 'to give thie mont, and' while' here made manlly Major Early lhas been i Flonrida, a ilthe
city thue tuo.ney lims conitriat wi th th' frwinds among the i)tti.ans who will be greater part of the tie in the vicinity and
cotrlrattion oitd for. That it :ht glad to-w'leoe them again. of Hiiglh Sprin.gs, for the past tteni boo
lamie exenv hie trll'ttd atf ir hi la years. ile ws a nmiati oftheNorth* full
-treachary haul beenxposed+: AUCTION OF, ToWNL. LOTS.' Fi i

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was a mentiher of ilSe board of dire- Handioml Lota at Auction, FPb IS,. Pa5ul in "i bh in fa tts Ofi a raIl oadtopall, th eiht As will hbe fs r orae i ads rtise.' It ha a .ianditg army of svew hu.; (t
ratWes #f ,wioh w:Ore the loat 5iotli. d het esew ti there will be i a8d .is m *,I, and a navy large. enough .'t o daut
.titu.t ,.t& t 0 f I *was I me er s f 1t ,1' h :s'pri a mit ir ldat!,abol-.d t .. hnt
of'ti T a Merantile ,. pany, a the th t. tin
i~ 't That uip anp d a. )i.bo Thse es.io. slI be a gala dai for P*of A NNO UtMENTS.
t r n j th ut of the r e h a t o.t, we tb the %i will e a. -, So,.

idan. sin tieothe r' hauid t he t s s b & a44o n thcseslns m sa d pa t. pO Co t d

SI twha s h a t t T ds .

tv 4W by MI~lA.
of s


Aeoum I 4dacetis'm e
I ti at y w o rd se, w i t't e I B l t l l
i ocasdioniubltUy and hta the ?a
ttied for h6NADN ANC. A
ulng over sixty.wordS $10
aor shirlff.

I embrace this method of
y warmest appreciation tori
lence you placed in me in
mninuously fromithatl 4a6t
nd sincerely trust :thyat
n oe has not been betrayed
deavored, to ulie very b a
mility, to domy ly re
irsonls or the consequ01ces 4
lIf. 'How wel have nS
ave to you to. judge ,I hAl
eo raged to belive that
,-ve received lthe approval
'aceful, la. w moving .citizen ,
untty, for which Iam truly tht
anai again a candidate for the
f 8irilff ad will.appreciateyom
lrt, and promise, if re-'eleotedt
S11101y duties n unfettered with
roniise to special favors, and sh'
eavor in the future, as in the. paj
my duty the best I know how.I
ing if elected ordefeated not to
ndidate for the office again
ectfully, L. W. FENN
t) he ).moc:rats olt (if Alac ua. (o
I alnliou n t myself a candi dadt
sheriff of ,Allacilta contuty, s'ubj
e Democratic primiar'y. If el,
hall di citurge the duties of.'l
.e to the best of my ability, a
tit the support of D;imnosorat5i
ectfully, W. C. HAGI
For Clerk Circuit Court,
the Dnemoeats of Altc/ta
As thie State" Executive 0o11l
iselocted the 101li day of 'M
Ilding our primary election
1noulunce nmyeit's as a candidi
e position of Cletrk, ofth-
mrt of AiauhUa cthounty, en. ii
ut only the.u voe. but tile ,uphie ,
y friends to. secure uy ol 1H
elected I *promise' to perfo
cities of 1h110 ofice ftaitl:l y a
mlake Ihits promise kulowin
Uglily wliat those. duties aare
yve already be,'en learned ,b
iee auid I trust.that s'all De
terms May colisider my appeit
g their selection. Respectf,
SAMUEL H. VIE
I respectfully antiounce 0
indidate for Clerk. of the
)urt of Alachua county, :
e DP)mocratic primary, a
e so ulort of all I)emocrats
I shall perform the dutiesH
e to Wie best of my bill
ectft4, MAXEtY

I helrebyi an ,ce mys..
te for re-nominationt as Tai
ir of Ahiachuma county, s ub
euooratic primary. If I. a
ted aaid elected, I shall fn
nscientiously and coburteo
iarge the duties mieoumbent
Ice. I reapectfull iaolicit
rt in ile ellin ug cOaisi1a
eutfully, W.I .)DI0'1


r County Superintendent of
I respectfully annlounl0e
ndidate for the office of'
ident of Public Instruction
ua county, suibjet .to theD
imary. I solicit the sup'
mo1 rats, anid promise, if e
e every honorable tfftort ti
e public school in t rests of
G *O At0.' t
hureby ainouinui myself
to for thu ufice of ( Su 0eS
Pub h ilt Instruction of Ala
Slujet t o tihe .actIont o
tic pritiiury, alid rtpeetft
s support of all 'De moort
i eOtfully, J. (}K
si a Cainulidtei for th
pkerint e)dent. of .-bhii h
Alachnaedunty, subleont.o
tihe DemocraticeP primary,
suptiort of Demoonratlce
eted, I will fuaor re
d the palynuc*tt of tle sch

For Tax Assesso
respectfully a'nnouu' nce
didate forth ofihe of
A.achua county, subject
iti phriiary. H'vi ng'
to till out theu help ired
decesseor, 1 now ias it'
Alaehuta county for theh
polls. l.willdo all in,
t a fail i fu and eilcl
l to. nmuks a more perfo
ks sach stien'dine dlng

', WL 'County Ju
hereby anoaotlce mt
e before the Deaioratl
iuno l enutaty fot ao
nty Jdte,: Haint
e flirlhoeeetil a
he pat,
ue to doi itn thu
. ofLs'.filu 'tit


abetou y .


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hSountry,,Mind 'Sunda
tae Big~ ritrtam .Wa
Services MonrPday.,
40 the .tabernal was a da
rest. Owing to the fac
'fer of visiting mituatei
d to deliver sernlons in th
,te.oughout the city, ther
,rnirig service.
'afternoon, service Mrs. I
aylor, for many. years .en
Iaislton work iil India ia
e a descriptive leotnr
1,by maps, whlch proved o
i(sat tq the large congrega
O're were a great many at thi
any stragers being present
ile and Gu railway rilay a
ain frtonom Micanopy and in
Points whicli .broulht
l and had a tendency t
nbildig.i. It Is estimate
were at this meeting 2,50C
ening the services wore be
A half-,hour song service, a
lder the ,.directioii of Pro
On this occasion Dr. Davi
Gwilymn delivered a stirrhi
0 o0 to ibSOet1s i1 one, "W
S'4"'aid "Thou Fool," Tli
ee of this gifted speaker is 't
idl, a, hlier tfore, hie iloin
he clbsesft Ienotion o of hi


b4 1 r, ,'
lionary iiwrk'tit eptrald h.,in. aiShe
16 the datghterof Dr, 'Grattan tuin4.
niessI of Londn, who founded the
SAitloaty .t1: 'rai.intg allege, which
has a4n wore than a thbusa'id :mi.i,
sdorie to ~ll, pirti o:of the world.
he ha been.i herself %ixtit. years a
0 masjonkry to Oentrl 'China., and
piaks ilogit inerestingly and histruc-
' tiel of missionary work and. that
Ly' empire generally.
s "rqaylr is ~hlie ailthoress of
ei'll w'ks on Chiia,, m whlih lW
Stprte n ost popular wiit4 the Chris-
Stiati reading world, and the last, "The
Life of Pastor Has," a itost remark.
r' able. Chiiinman who wa's made great
e blessing'to his race, reached sale of.
e three thousand copies within two
weeks after its publicatioitlast Christ.-
mas. This' beloved lady speak .alto-
" gather on nisilonary work, illustrat-
ing lier remarks by charts, which
proves most interesting,
At half-past 7 o'clock Tuesday night
S:the services were opened with song
t service, after which Dr. Le, (,
u Broughton of Atlanta, probably the
m most eloquent and most succeesful
a Baptist'pastor and Bible teacher in the
o South, whom it is said preaches to the
4 largest congregations South of Wash-
0 Ington, delivered his initial sermoi.
. Dr. Broughton has been expei'ted for
s several days, but ministerial And other
f. duties have prevetotei his cohing. Hlie
d was gladly welcomed Tuesday after-
g noon, however, and in the evening tlhe
e large audience was favored by a lino
e serniqn, tiie subject being, '"he >iw-
.r of ithe Church.


1-
is


gtlng.he veningtDr.- Clarence B.
ttiise. explained that the comifeyenee
niney. I-e iml pressed upon
Ishearwers the great good which had
tecu aomptlalkshed by the estibish-
rnirt of the eonfertnoe here, and the.
pporttinlty which had been offered to
ie. people of Gtinesv ile .o hear thWe
oard ofGod reached by some of the.
rest speakers ini the Vr1ited Stat'We.
irdquest for funds rAom tAe a,1-
ecnee received ready aid willing re-
nse, and several haliidr'ed dollars
re raised i a short ,lile,. by cash

oinday rni ii e first day. of
wee of the conference ,
ened with ohe. 1.o1s t1 enleo,'raging
aspects for the edoming week. In
morning at 9 80 D)r. Brown de.
ored his seventh lecture on0 the
ok of Leviticus. At half-past 10
.Gwilym lectured, taking for his
ect l"The Program of the Bible,"'
ing an exposition of the hst chapter
Geneais.
it 2380 in the afternoon Mrs, Tay lor
in addressed the conferellce, de-
oring a.tlne missionary sorniion,'. In
evening Dr. Uwilym coiicluded thte
'a services on the subject, '"The
edition of the Vision."
Tuesday.
plesday at the Bible conference was
y full of interest, and at all four
ices ithe big tabernacle was eon-
ftbly filed 'When the immense
ding was' constructed the people of
eeivlle wondered how it would
be filled, but they now realize
it Is none too commodious,,for sel-
hui there been a service when
S.was any too unith room to spare.
'At the early morning service the
is are large, and notwithstanding
there have been four serviciei each
tf moire than a week, interest inl
iork not only continues, but 'in-

'the morning service, beginning
So'clook Teudaiy. Dr. Brown de-
l3s iei ghth lecture on thti lBook
tleun, taking fr. his fe ulject,
6Olemn1ing-oifthe I .Lepe r, fhle,
B ,ini most im pressive minanerr,
4 leprosy to be a type of sati ianid
"io.Old ,(0 cle1081in.g provided' as
by 0the blood and the oil. lIe
l early tnhat provision: has iK'rn
f the atonement for the cleans,
the believer from all sin. iAl-
i the lecture of Dr., trow ,*S4
thee (ost eloien t,l. practical
p altto the soriesi he hal ylet
4p iaterestwas man if- l.

i (he Book of iethcr. lDavid

Wh"e pireatt that thii waM one
(wtrol sand mautierly orf
Spti hiigly enjoyti.;'
f'lhiikii t i he aftras ithe.


In the evening Dr. G wilym made a
tow farewell remarks1 as hi will be.
compelled to leave for' lis homne in
New. York today. This distlngu'iah.ed
olergymai has won the hearts of the
people of Gainesville, and he will bo
gladly welcomed eoi his return next
year.
Wanted.
We wouhl like to ask,' through the
colunpis of your paper, if lithere. is ltay
pleron who has usimd li(fon's Au`igust
Fiu~o r fo'r the cre, of itidi gsation,
dyspepsia, and liver trouble that has
not beein urdc-aii-And we.: also mean
their results, ouch as soir stomach,
frmenentation if food, 1habitital costive-
lioss, nervous dyspepsit.a, headatelsi,
desi(indeilt feelings, slhilplhHt)4anss--iIl
fact, atny trouble donnetted with thel
stomach or liver? This inte diintho has
been sold for niainy years in all civil-
zred ointries, and we wislh to corre-
spond with .you andl ,eRii) yo) ol44 of
our books free of cost. If you never
tried Aiugust Flower, try a 2. client hot,.
tie lirst. WVe lhi.Ve iiever kllioWvi of its
failing, If nso, 0onliethitig mnor' Mriul.r m
is th in'mlLtter with yyou, Ti'e 14 c2ent
si'ye' has jifst I-1*VlI liitroillueil thiis year.
Rtgillar si.4e 75' centi at lJohlinsiion liro',
(Q. (J. (i0iMiN, Woodllbury, N. J.
WORK IS PROGRESSING.
Crawford & Davis Will Soon Occupy
One of the Most Modern Stables,


'Work on i14 the 'h4utlnt iniw v briek
stabless tof Grawford i tDIlavie, l:11stl
Union street, occupying th14 sarie lat
4iS the. building d iftroyi'.d by tirr a few
inontfhs ago, is 4p.rogr"'sgiiiR nic'ly, 'Thoe
w0llsl are 4ow1 a1)tow It twi'lvki fi'tt in'
hliighthi, a are 'linbllng ''very ld y,
*A ha.s bei n t It ttatd .htfroi, iihs ki41tial..
.iug will be a oniP-.story it rui. iurn,, w-hll
veutiilated, ait d will. b) .,ite of Lthe
largest and lost nmoil:ern .liverie in
thei State Orii'wford Dav'is x'teCt
tomovo int0i1 ht new bullitt lh t
ter prt lof MNii.ht
F. E.. B
WVe beard 'a in say fth othl'er morn.
ing that the .llbroviatitn for l'Febriii ry
-Feb,.-i -!)ani frc'e7e every body. and
ihat the'Ol ian 'li. k d .frfpz r 1 .il' .10s
uister.. It. wa appareit .that 1la
needed the kind of warmth .ith"t1 slitys,
the wasnith that reacheliilfromp. h144d to
foot, all ovier .t im bol'y. t, .4"44 M
have ti.ld him f'roi'm p)ir) oilal Ik owlv
(dlts that Hwloohl Sar,4tspa(illh gKie'
permasinet worth it ariivgarates t(4e1
, blo.d'. ald *..lee.s It aln g l, t og t "
tery afid Vein, and itlly ,hit' ;en *Ild
wOmi'ini, fys inlld girls, to eraiy^ 'cold.
''.i1ratipr ,,and r'slist t i,' i ata'k", ofl
diea t', It give 'h right k1in" oft
wriuln.h stlaliiei and ilaI t elgthleni! at
tI i '4,ti'o a l l t i n i t
lIan 11 g.T.''.he'rI may. b. a ilg.Kt l'
A i ttii f r 'ot . Y O = ' .'


CAU40HT BY THE GR

RELEASED
XyllITIM


MedIcal Tak. a


t ;lXXZIl3XIXXXXVXIXZ XXXXXX CX~tXIXiXXZXXIXXIt2XXHXIXX :
A GllI 'F I is ph1 m tshli: 1, s1blvo as i to (li h lloi0 y of PerIniit 1,
L pip esno (e1 ali.t4 0o 4i.tg ''llyi. 'Ti oat Ofi lat igrpp0 or It) aI t4iith 'o tt(iitt.
cultured lind (htl~eignorni, i l.'rlssho'rat After Efrects of La Grippe aidlOnited
aid toe pauper, the 1,,4 1-'.5,-, Iut tl14 .- by Pe.-ro-ia. ,
chiii4es aro ililke lilbj.'l Io t ,III1 ','FlI Mt'. 4, r .(ll(lit hrgorw, o VW( litolO
Toolioe) oeXimt1ll.-ltllI,t1' li Ihh,l, A llaiy (Collityt N ITly'vo yoi tlh<,grip? iti-, Ir;ltinr lii4 '"Noveril y i)rst atigo hiu1' ntt1 nil wk1
th, i'lpni4. yt du G i,41 ,4- w''n iilli ilt4 l griPlIo wltc1h lon141 iy ny rvor4 In II
T1'li or ig ihial FI'ronch lii4in, I 'rll'4e, |irmistraited 'lo ltitloii, Th4i 1 I hatl i -'
I tiitA r 4i'il- .liho 1Irtrn'11 llby h ,,iiy A1n14 ri. tlll.her t iatti k it I iht ri-p "i whitlh loft ir1
can to e'tild "grip.4' 'ih141l 4tii'u.liilg wors'.. I had tridrh l itrohI i'odl physl tl44h '1 l'lt
1t o ( lo H Ia 1ow *worcl l l tl t, oxw l4ly dldoerll 's then n'. A, If li i a ihort tiln4I4' 1 wi f'wllia I 44etlir ,itldl
i1no hidl t'lulr i "c I'.l 1 i t$u It falil 4144in1. ,i M l, ''Iril Vi hl 'W 1 rt ir,,
w'4 : iarl e)iight.Il, in ohue 1l) i t fail 1rl4 fit n. i4- 4llit it-l1, h, 40ii4 41 n4' ti, no f |the
r hI f ni 1onit.or, '4 il4 .. .ti iil ,4 >n e4t4 ,i. i I t4| i f 4 nii'h t,
Thio following letter 4lk fir hl i-1 N|). h lie hi, d"il t l''iirti ll .i4kouL' i


ZETROUE.R-DUNN.
Two Prominent Youtnh Popih of Ala.
chua Counllt Will Soon Wfd .L
illvitaliolm nri (or. 44f41 iii(4in4i!4144I Ite
al)pproachilng inarri1ig o' f 4 Mr. f'eil.a'r
R. /,etrooler and M1.i \Villo' ih4 A41 A 1T
aclomplishld dlaughlir of4 Major (,
DuinhI, wh.leh1 hlippy f evnt will: trilns. I f
pirie At We d o(|thslo,'1, Whiditmr, <00
th mlliorni))g of W4 'd)if lay, (ie' 17th . ..
Ins it It o o lockk.
T"kl yo'o'HR 1*4"p 4a444 'te"'1 Ce l eb4rated 4
knii(viW n'd, prooiiii. !,o ft i l t' ir, i. e
inl'erotmls frlt.'uds t( 1 r14.l o 'lm t 1 tin a te. r
Will cfxtt.1id ngir 1 ]44 ll4 in >l' in 4 .4 ..


I do I t ol6,t ta e(l


Mf it 4f vH 'ti' W,'ll f. t 41<
)it l .farO. l P'r, wiik t 'iy."


4 d4)our df t vi I Ie t 0
o o i i r i ,, I ' r I i w'-A -1 1. .' : I


t4.k, r A tl iN Vt>' Ir I



O '4 l'VIl i -

-s
Ih ld 8 4,14 41 I 4.'r QrI
Gi -: i $4 i, i. w t P !. '


what it la, servbip o Ut puI bolardsl
in the following' :e4 'tdaj
','4Ii a m!,*'4l4l4'4U year ,luri:stl
amd PorunA.l 1t4s5 ele mie, ttsa $t11
:,WO years a'g.o 1. haLd gripp-nyt
was do.tirelt of ,Py*; &8, 9
J. .oGullinl..1.
A 'lelativeof AbrahalltOft ,rah t.
uti r. ila t1ino 1 in,'r who eiu s aV
"111 I Iliotreti, N o.' W., trhl'dwithi,n6o 1 C.,
ihas lyth ithono o ve o lii tIIlilyri lofa toI'
Svo1. hadl lad gripped thI O tielon b tlde4
using 3olo nin'f4leliic, Four years anQ
wgaii tl-S ue of e., na, ii whi
tIinc I hoa not been troubhid w ith that
dikteoae. I noun ifw do ^ mWu'h work at
inyt'lwk as : ever could In my lf. I
have giilur d ioto than ten pounds xin
weight."-4', tI. Ltncoln.
Pe-ru-no Not Only Cured La Orlippe but
Beneftllcetd the Whole iteme.
Miss Alo' lit. le)reltor, ia111 N. Iryant
AvN ,, Miniitn iapollt, Mtin t,, write :n
4 "L ,ti .t rinl I [ 1til4ir'l& fronit I% irlypo)
ti4l wai pl rihill 'ciir4-1d l. it the la ud ,
aftm'fer 'l''.n l'iutnil I iirilig, th' st~l.niu
nmor 1iil d otnimlh 1, I tll pl'd 1!4io njr. tro g.g '
lnt I a-. hcl'eore. n0110 of niiv ol lego
frieltlla w\i wi, vt -i t Mly4 i 1110 aKMot o(I l
to try Ieril.iti LiI l Sol 4n ii flu id
S14 ltl und itoro thil I hail expti',t 't it
noit o ly cltre'll 11o: t4 th il (4'4ta li t 1 10
rI'ti.'tod li 6i (o p 'trf'l t hetlith, bull. ip t :,
S iiliro l' oii tinl brlti th litp
fot'tltii, of 1i4i1 yluticy w l loh 1it d no0t ''
lunown' fil 3'ciis.'r"--Alio ]M. r),i'telof,.
'An Actress' Testihnoilal.
Mi4h Jo4in4.1 iwg ll ( riW4 1 4i 'i' il 0 i p4r1 :lt
ih ilno, 'lr ),i 'N. V. i 44t ''h~i' 'l't'i.li' la ,t' i y .' ;
W.l'tJh stho AiNh1'ityyNtot (oa.' inhe writa ..


0 i'4i'orellio',r' 'ovthl, weit kw 4w4l'i' s oa lveri v t
ititinu rk iCr (gi'lli.l \rlli'>i hl t't i' i'lih)ii' ...'
iia)irrhial e iii l 'nll oha t llo ili dlt n !
head,
114'4 'h 61111)uM
lSt.' rv't.i), l, lifter. %' \' tI lIg. it l illt'h l .1 o1 0 |
uind 1 'iinn1 y v till 1phy l''lli4 ,' I *M M\d .io 1 ..0h
r flniitly fil l.thfii l t .iil lii .1 '4fit tow wekslt
ViWI n w1 ll ,il4 v ' -,-,--. i i 4 t l.t. l '
A Southern Judge Cure d.
.1t4,4lh44 1 f4i'itli l II )rtwillt, 4tIa.
'I84400 live or six, ye. aris a l go u1 . 'I1;41
V1i'y 44i' Mlw'l 'of rgripip,pwW.liclh .e1f
nmo wiill i .)ystliloit I'tlarrli.' A tfri ud
%ildvklrr ll4t4in try your Prtiifn w'hi t h
' iM, i>ia l WiIH lliiiinidhiliy h'nsoll4td and i.'L
STf -,ll'." iI h 414.
ifw ,tl., it it441hrlvn >r (i 4 ll l l4't i ill )) 4ll i 4 '
\ 'l, itJoii4lo t h i r, lltrliom tini," 1'l'V1 i -11 ",-
hr44'4 4ll4 iii. t f i il 1 '4(14 i lit,1 h. W ll .;1 '
f ll him4 1|i)4'i1< l )|1 i li4. il v4 lnii l 't1144 1 ,1 1
\ Io 4 444 % l t' 4444 44 bl'

'T4 i 1 lti4l' nili.4i Mu ni li r i l, iI ',lu i'll.i4 ( .4..4 4 4


ASCENSION




BV T. E ... ..''. "



Hoosier Aernaut


Big Auction Sale of Town Lots, High Springs, ,Fla,

Thursday, February i8th,

i .'(D'ow til, ( lf izelZ lt mstl' t it id. t Maril .i.0 Band
4 t ..aSVi IIt, to tth giit ti of (ultl'iD t" EttVO tlli: .. o
S 1')lyin wyews, AiHtori ciiH me tA.Hriel A .rttts


HEAR COL W., W, BISHOP
p 'Ii ..Sthti, filt, o fll ,'t., f. 11.eit Alictir 'r tli'V4t

FREE LOT ORAWING-(C.., th.i ruti G d ot'
|ih otII f.t ; f.) tie rl'f lot to t)egim' iV0tW III.;ligrl'0ig h Ut




r i t :i-notlt" I at lsap,11 $tpi
4 ar 1'B, o ,i

bills o- 'Win..TZ$.0 4


a.q tW I r s t olie. < 4..: ,r, or
I:ltMls 4 <(4;'l 4.4t .":rOi


of 1w .iK 1 0 A
i te .- 'to .' 'j 11 ''11
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teraxry .,,ty .

L WAS ORGANIZED'
OffiMer of '.the Lriadl'is'


'Soctiety Annoin cement of
saefor Treasurer of Puftam"
School CoQntinued.* '
0e S L- '1 The 'ninsicale given
Ladies' Literary, So.eiety at
SFriday night was a great,
t. t. idgR.from .the .loia and
t applause after each uomlher.
lii. program was rendered;
tion-Piianola.
Wsia's in the Cold G.routid"-
X A.Y ogelliach.
r anid pailho duet-Mr. and
'W. Johnson.
Mrday," "When Love is Done,"
os-E. J. Whitney.
sper and I Shall H.ear," solo-
W.Johnson.
le Gray"-Olior s.
!,n' You Cry, Maa lHoy," solo
Reniinet.'
arm Lif, by a Farm oy," recita..
E o Whitniy.
+itation," violin aolo-fMr. John.
Razo'rback," recitatioti-J', A.

i o election ;. .. :
.tig choriu' by ll, 'My Olit
01i;0 Home tl,Cood night,
teil 'wa ,crowded to those doors,
ifettr the donaer L$, V eliq
"' one it at" over t'h~
olicli had a very enjoyable'
,l. ant.l. .N. 'Morris from At,
Snow isitorslin town,.
ie uartiery cotnferenese of the
bdi'st chtiolh for thiis irculit nlqt
4a4t w6ek. Elder Hilbnrn was in'
ter a good dai1 oi troUble anid
y the school terin vill be pro.-
Ad for6..onoie m th, w It Prof. Ellis
1is charge, Mits 13. IQrpew. l(as
pted a vory good oall to a school
'latc, r
s, Maggie Mor of Ohgh

et reeut election hold by te
4 iLterary Society. the' folIloing
a'Wore leeted, Mrs. H. 'von
| president, lAit Mrs. H, lroie,
president; Mtr., C. E. Caldwell,
irer, and Mrs. W. A. Yogelbacht,


rotary. .. .. t .. ....... ..... ,,u i,.,,' w ,, t A,, C.uA.-
ihe many friends of Le oodso' l dn dei'o1 which ake s.,id,, likely. At
11 regret tli hear of the death of hi t.4 r a tihori ght of st, f di st cI t ioti
le girl, which occurred aon Tlirs- take s- lectrih iitter I ling a grlat
Sii to t i iand nirvin' will Httrcnigthie the
.he new town council met atnd or- nerves and build op th.ltv-stwt,rn, It's
ised in regular session: Friday. also a great sitonach, liver and kiliney
v0rt, NoBzky being elected president. regulator, onlY )e .atisfatuion
Whitu'ney was elected a conmcil-I goiiranteed by all druggiOts.
'to fill the vacancy exitig by C. .. .......
Raldwin's election as mayor.. TI'le PRODULCE AND SAVE
or's message, a very strong 'and'
pperf, was read and ordered illd.Y J Il
lnual reports of the several comn'- U ; '
e':wrere re6eiived. and .apceptod-t. Fr hi,. uifiriatmion of thulosi i do.
'0naisil"taltemient ordered to .ireioid l their hun iniat'' g Thehotad- sbvitio
blshed "by th fcllrk. Tlloigtand-li6h1d 4f lirl,'rltlif .'
Oiralittees were also appointed Assoon ia tilte .t'hou iiti lie. 'i lnwit. out g ti Ot ri t u i'r -tl hilt. ii' hits.
B > v' uuh ':''. '1 ; ': il'+} w ,. tt* 1 ill'"'' lr ,O1" r f"; ^.!,;h !."i
r lea ."' '' ht i l on-' i .liliil-i, -itl'iul .li tuh i o f ion
Frank MeRase 11ha afnoutieed si gniuder., sitft in tien uiau r1u.it'. waiting .
fJore: t'iit b rl 't, 1 t. n 'J|o w'rii nt ,
ilf as a candidate for. thejalier of o2.nitwnliiii- i ieter i: t re pI t l tO
t u, u l k) (ll o t 'lli 'o!L f r' t,, It Oliklalt rrn. ti the
ty Treaosirr for TiPutnam coniinty l i torioiw t na n tore -io v-ir l. ,iiy ,itnit'iwi
any friendtis Wish him all possible io tire d .f io' ,,tiuiitsiah iai 'ieu;rtiu'f
pl lt us0l.. tti,.ill t'w wil lh upIt g tit. ,' f %av 11 i ( i61hi
t'*n j'l'ld. nW j,'A(ftetsl'l t) w hri't o ji t'n.4aIo l wi tilt,
J.B. urtii and party of rind t ir s ltol inill
seWark, N. J., earneo over. troinm 1 i' i njiiit iijd i tp t itihtroni
S ;. .. "* '~r t~tr't., l tqtill t ; huliitnl tt i ti isO l te.lvl +i.,
e Helghts to spien S ti' nday, visit. itn ill ntl reel t rc e i" t. wlt.'i i l).k. siAt ,oi
i l i tidhli.t ow n, w' w ., i ietrhei tiin ti ii ..i .'l .iir olr. ii .
a.W lhoato would. be gwlad to, ''t i%. .
thI i t iionjeoif islneist, a re ; il t I, o 1t w1tl, bi e :4p(.,
n.Lold.' omt rade- ". who 'served tfii r. re it.tia.t in t 'iri;t<, kl .ilu )i fii(lwti,(t(.
in i.n Comp any I, tt egtinlentlg, ie l.l* blavig0 Irailtr1at faciIitietIit ay
Iiufatitry, Genioral .iuinsidh'eir with poret safety shipfi y freight nd'
itIn i ... t it reti ied itame .:way. Maittrk
.plainly to l.lnd also' ywoir iunie on
In lJudge Mason's Court, limrt' or hairrl anid tail ul bill of ltding.
ilkeIrson of WiUdsor was at- .rpmy freight stlat lpigpoit, r
:n this city by Deputy Sheriff fr .s nthii W ie ilt wpih tio buy
'Monday moirniing po two hogs dressdi. \We i ol'it 'otatrtnaget in
using profane language (i.. ?i t','t co.tliden.e to gitv unire .ilttls
', lii Wnti and fiatl that our eits tprlse is
*o Wiadior, &Wn l .walt. "f In thc i
r 'e was made by *J. W,;. tb orh.testnfit mthe 'h'ar mer, :
SWindsor, id It ist unru | It iT. lrngotn,' M'gr., i ie

olikrsoCn would 0ut drive 46 lo 4tn- i CK -wet4' i t'V- '%iTA X
t of the rosuad whien th tw`to-Oo Ni MR St tigErW $ 5(ow :Olt t i-rTs:
t itn Widsor iboth# dr 14ing i %vS' o vcOA;
Nottn W hervy g i't that J, t teowaU
.. . .. .. 00,,ll s I I
I AAtt teit o f Attt l 4o th e 'S t K t th e 004 1 '" A4 ,til utlarda lrEins t .^i ii


For
FORWORK TOBEG IN .
mttCetofiProatientoCnizens *
Pisihit6;heGovenment.u" elo, our
i sh i ; th:o' w nne t .'... .. .iton tcltor oth rt.li t nm lt de.
'HAVE BEEN IN CONFERENCE ti ne inioUgts, iotiiiKg Ct|ia'lal
1' ,.:*, :. .,...-- -,- "MOZ'IA .E]MON.Nzr1l.i.X -v-1.


Inhietin Caudeso
t. rrh of the

otprh otfhl# 5toraitae besu supposed that
atitrh of the Stomnsto caused Inlgaitelon
di butthe ttIs eattly the
peadla ttaok fiftislon lnflanyte 'the
ffiuc expo'sth nervyesi of thestomach, thuscaus*
ing th- glamds to Setete mucin Instead of
Sthe '?riW ai,< tuil .d gestion.' Tils is
ltI Atarith of the Stomach.
Kodol yspepsla Oure
reltows all,1I tmri mat 6fo f ot thoe maoq i
membrane lIMing ,the stomach, protects the
nerves. and cures bad brlath, sour ristngs,a.
sens of fullneiss after eating, Indlgcstion,
dysp0epia and1all stomaoh dtroublies.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Make the Stomach Sweet.
.Bottlas only. ,Regula;slie, $1.00. holding 3 times
I the trial sei, which lls for 50 cents.
Prepired by E. 0. IWIT ?& 00,, Ohlc 10, IW.
Sold by All Druggists.

NEWS FROM NEWBERRY.
That Hustling Town is GrowinK in
Population and Otherwise,.
Newberry, '.b. 9'--I is nnch warm-
or alid theI pench blossoms and wtidy
weather indioateL ai early spring.
Our town is on tlh up-grade, iuad we
think it will continue to eli ib.
Weoalve a new. fancy grove ry which
promises to be a groet, convenience to
our people' iiti secuiri i.g a variety of
groik cries, vegetables, fruits, to, J3.
M, Patterson if.proprietor.
.Dr, Tho1eih MeLeod has sold1 his
drug store to'D rR, if I loyd.
There is to lie a leait oltttge erected
near the o Baptist Ohurdh toon.
,We have had at least ti ahilf-dozeai
families niove Into twn In the "last
two-monthe, tnd intiy more speak of
coining.
SDwellng houses are in groat do-
itinnd. To0 vaeawt hduses here.
Lute Howell and wie are honie
agaiIn froi a visit to the "old folks aIt
home"' iIa Lake Pairk, (ia,
Our tlever otnstabhh, Arch Avrihtt,
has returned frpin livertnissu and other
poiirts, where hio has: boon *on ofliclal
bitsil)ss,. li brought with hii i i n -
gti' who \Vi wanliteUd irhn. fori .haroeny
o f Jiolfu'liohl goods l, o ns lret'iy 'of a
tr0,lk anm conteutsis lt Wade.
Fanuers it thiiti section atre prt'pitr-
ing their ltiuls'for spring phiint iig,
Suicide Preventeod.
'l'Thestartling ht i)n.uoukieouieit that a
prevotitive of suicide hasl bieeqi discov-
ered will interest many. A run down
.Bytein, or despondincy in variably
precede, suicide aId Homrthilling has
I mitin fourii thm; ill l i.,.,. t 0h.11 .,.n..


With Senator Tallaferro and Congress*-
man Davis, arid Were Assured That
Every Effort Would be Made, to hn-
duce Beginning of Etarly Work.'
A dtilegation of ctizr of Gahiea-
viOle, coiipris ing H .ota. : l,. lhin.
soin and IHeiry 8. Chuibb, register niiid
receiver, resptcltivvly, of tho IUnitell
Sttiitt lnd. offloo, aid lIon. 11, L';
il aiitpton. lihave rtiorned ftron Jlack-
siuivi!le, where, tli'y went by tlipe' us.-
tIo1n froni this city to confor with, Sin-
ator .Jiia. T. Tliali(frro ial tCongre ss
mnan Robt. W lDavie regardigtiR li
platis, spaco olnidl early (-oi truiction of
thie proposed governmental holding iii
Gaihesville,
IIn speaking with Col. lChuillb, tiit,
gentleman atated that tlie interview
wna entirely sat ifatitory, as both lhili
eonator nlid (longressaiiiln nutnitflted
'a greRtt interest it inhe iitir, iilid ex-
pressed a bitlitf tiHit iin it short time
work would eitnipict .o ht, b.uild-
i 1ug.
Tlhe dolegatioi rv'porlts thli botlh
eniator Talinfi'rro and O(igresmaenil
DIivali wre t.xtirmely co ro tious .i.ld
showed their greatesl Oaxihty, to asstWO ,
.the people of ylai$itvillo ii every wily
rIn aieir Iit in ftlu oi, looking towards
tlhed birIin i g of etul' wb rk t poin tho
building, -


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BAYSTREET


LIQOUORS


JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA


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WlS86 AyAbov Everything in th W Lin

US ONRA, .

BLUM MONOGRAM, I0 Years Old,
4 fu ll t t ...... ... ... .. '4
1 12 h f till q arts" ,;, 1. 0 )
BLUM'4 SYLVAN OLEN,, 7 Years Old,:

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A .il rts.)0
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It adts proi)ptly lhot gently,
and do'es not gripo or iatuse the
least .. ipleasantn, i ,, it' s the .
i.tii1 lit tiriv kOeeps the sy .
tot tl ireoe ot lllI i t purity'.,

it is phliasi l; it ttke, tnutd i
gRooi 'or0 li h i'iltiri rig nilly.
'it) g'til, pi'r bottle at. all
dl rug; tt i'rt .

Mozley's

Lemon. Elixir
.Mad, ggf aIntgi n

MUST MOVE THE GOODS.
|Ma.-C9 Endel, Galnesithlo's Greueist
Clothier, Slaughters Prices.
aInrtns Elndl, Ofiinuvillo'a greatest
clotlhiir, lhas a page a(dltvertlmeinmriit inI
thli isegut whlii .s ibouiid tot inltrest
wturers Ao tlf eIt.,hing if prions have auy-
thiiig to do. within, '
Mr. Englrd l gives t s li rims'atlii for t:it
silo thai hi ii'tel'ds niiiiy fo.r 'tlhiiiidit.
dton', id tlait have it. 110 l1 Ioffering
a stonk of llihu ghl1iiug, fttrnishiatK
goodoi., Iats. lioes, truils v nll8 'a(s, c,,
lnl Uip-tbtdggat;, at prices lo s tIhaii t11o
aooet of the iw minerltil, TI'his will ho
itho' l i(e .t t ,i niintaystr l tg i sali ovor
hitrodailtu l id A llhila ltiunity,y 1li, "l it,
will piay those dleiringl ilittlinilg inallt
furnislhit it, c ll oi. ilii )lty thl ale
is in prigrerss,
Mr. lhidel is not only tir, i lstR illi's
greattstilothiir, hut is l(tin oldest ii
btiiiig'sn iil tlh cil y, i e i hiA it mial ini
wholim thi pe'tOpll liltivo.teoulldnc1(, aind
oivr.'ythlingi lIngiglit alt. i.h oslro is giitr-
1littog. d exa lly. % rP% v n I. 'l, <'. your
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01MI DiSlAi l WILLIAMS"
i .nhii ee, iR ypAr old. .By th '
g aiilln n $ i t all tiitrts ,liO.

41Io. C. OILMANMN HYVE '
0nittrnitI l to I l vars 'li, By tihe
gallo $2.7i'. 4 fltil quarts $S.0(),
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(arintwod 4 years old, 1y the
gallhoii $2,0). 4 till q(Iart8 '.1.7 ,
EXPIEIS I' IIEI'A I)

Ily thye gallon $2 6. 4 full qularts
$2A.fi). EXPlllE S"ltlPAII
OLD KliENITCKV (COIN
(huarniUti il yeors hi, ily the
gallon $t ,(X, 4 hill qtart 4 ',25.

0LI) P'OINTIiC('O1141il (14,11
(hiiir aitii,,dl t yeatrn oil, ity thl
gillout$ t!..i, 4 rtil.lqiirtt s 74.,'
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W h liu hall n l .lit th 'ldin lu branids it
lyte anuid it'irboi \VilWhilsiti lI thet m iar"
hot It:il will suriiv you froII I25 11P em t
t1 0) plr pvent o your pureblith s .8milrd
for pri<'e list at il tIahloguo: M14iled
fro t iijon ii |lidii, lo -
THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU
LIQUOR COMPANY,
0(650()( i4104!. Iliffl NT!ItlT,
MA((')N, EOUt<)IlA.
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Whiskiosies P :ot

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Kahen of Go orest Gath*
red by Our Reporters,

PERSONAL AND '0OIAL ITEMS

v What Hasoappenedand What is Going
rtl Hpttod tin Short ParAgaphs
S'Oo That Who Runs'May Read"

B 1140847sfPaly suent I.



hi tkafnd Jackgonville on a business

O, Newberjy of High Springs was
t otciinig buisness in this city yehs

46 o 1lattie Knight of High Springg,
if.prdetreos of the Troy Hotel, was a
Visitor to thocity o yesterday :
lt After ia couple of day spent h i



o, ile sibn ie o, Woi.~t'ook. li oeil
olent otnrntndots h omef te Hkso n

aigto, oi ter to tha ."t l Sunday
.ospurpose of attending ,ti o pseYr,







j Wmong the vilitors to this city. yShe
1thiolst of Map1 Bod Et GaMtes,
tWo y osforouos Arnoier of the vaon-
intit sLak teetion wroe trading I wi
-.our meoaoi letto rday. 11..
Alex i ehed of:: Moltbnrook,- th 41e l-
ciont nl)'(i.rInt ict of' tbfre ... ,-


r, A. Caloso oft.pth iig Park Fa rti i,
e6ibntont, caime snto tho olty Suniday





,* tihe purpose of r attend inMrs g r,
'vic Of the Winterlibllo nferlenle.






U114o 1'.OWo nbor ,.y R
Vl vlieit tnow reii tng in Jaesonv Ill,
among :thlisit0r h:to tety. ,She
ishe 090t 46, o r y *d, 1Pat. ai:eS-

h ^'M. t~ri ~f LA&roso, onie oftho val-
oaedilbert toThn 84tun," iwaS A,
| Ii r toi thi s alty ykeitrday.. li.i
i~ this.1ee1 a agrNe bl cal, e fa
4 A* i l1i his th: a:tcrpiltin,*
4 kauliIshnit.ght, a0 s ta ,
S. o r1w thasin te e ity Sun-


the. et ofm inth mo ther o u. .*
iek a, Sheeot soe Ko a isdeday'Y



lard'to. ro thherday
,nmo g alld e'o01 ey1a of
tv ?i for less han 0 ,
4 entdtdcah with order,




kbo lloteu shi *t

*A,'404l1 r tlo04y:ft


nProf. W, W. 7 ollowy,d ptprte d yes
terday for points In Wast, Floi4a
where liewill remain forseveral d4 i

th aoffe of tate upetendent. H
will probsay go as far west,*s lN.
Funlak, where he has been Invited to
attend 'the chautauqua,
Dr, 0, L, Bean aS W datgliter, 'Mil
Su.sa A,, of Illinolt, who e' sojorn'
Ing tor a o fe eeks at thi.Odd. el,
JloWs'nitariugmiver plstcan r
a he 8 bin office yesterday:1' 1ey" 'a
well pl wt Florlda,
the delightfutlweath-r we have nbeen
enjoying for the past few days.
XdM Wednadeten'sDaily Muno;
amuel and Stephen Polk- of Qow
O!oltk wsa among the traders in thih
city yesterdy.
W. J. Hodg p, 0 oe of the substantial
olitfseast A1of ahu, was a vil$or to,
this oty yesterday.
Mylie lines, a progressive planter
of t he H anes seothin, was1 trading ,J
Gainesville yesterday.
eth iBrown of Archer was in the city-
yesterday and renewed his .ubsorip-
n to Alachua'si' luminary.,
ee 1'edrplk if you want to purclhasfe a
good buggy or wfagon. Irces are i al.
ways right-sOei' th vehiclel.
W M1lioan, the naval stores


'Mr. 'J. P. Waits of )bunnelloo,a ter
a pleasant visit to Mrs. Douglass, at
Gainesville, returned to her home yes-
terday.. '
SMr., and Mrs. Fred.Oubbeirly of Oe-
dar Key were among thyo prominent
viltord registered at the Brown House
yesterday. .
'-l K. Anderson, a clover young ier-
ohant and bhnlneas manl of High
Spring, **as a business s visitor to thisl

D)in't fail to pay a visit to the Old
l'hiitntation h81ow, and have a good
laugh at aGainesville's Big Oarnival,
Feb. 16 to 20. ,Idlw
',. J. Cone, the lumber manufacturer
of atieg'T, Was amongg the vlsttorr tor
tls olty yesterday, lie reports the
demand 'for his product good.
Don'r forget to pay a visit to Lottiqe's
Reatiful Pleaieno Palace and apend'
an oveoiitig of pleasutro at Gainesivillls'
BICart'ival ;F4ebh 1 to 20.
Mrs1sSalile Jaekson of Archer is in
lhe ity attenditg tho services at the
Bible oenoferenoe, tlipis the guest of
Mr. and Mris 0. O. Pedrjlk.
Wild RRoe, the pleasing pet of the
world, will rettirn and amuse her
mant tf eeds At taincevllle's Big. Oat-
n.vae ~Lruary 16 to 20. d4twl
J. J HUile oi Lacrotsse, a progroa-
t e farmer of that s tiotion, was trad-
ing in lite oity yesterday,; He renewed
his subscription t0o The Sun 'while
here., '
W. .iIli~,:t a pirogessive eltison of
Oyril, on the Oaiaes ille aud. Oulf,
was in thO ty ys terray. ~ti made
Th,.e Sun .an agreeable ball, renewing

1,Rcy Ntel'aPearce of Alachua. one.f i
the leading and tnost suetesful mier-
ehant. ad hbustiess men Of Alihua
county, was tranotiat ng business in

n't 'tat .. to see the .renown d
t nero troup of 0t arobatsM, facs ibe at bii e at6i s

aeo in the e ts Wa in th. c F lU i
terd. HIte Th tee

ail sr a ^ ell^ mren
^'th i^.a^;^ bMenfer


was thoppinti the. etItyi estirday..
D'Pon'Ifallto see Lunet'te 'at, GiUe6-
v Ile'sBifg Oirniva.l, Feb. 16 to 20,44d1
Masters olhoun and Beif Ramsey
df fradiJoe wer, vil#torn to ,aine..
V fille yestetor, :
Miss-Mary M Iffeklt, iharningI young
Slady of Hig 8pringsi was among the
S*isttors to Gaines lhle yesterday .
S 8. F,: Wa.lt, the tiel and wood con-.
tractor of Grove Park, was among the
l6usineeli visitorsto ,this city yester-

i. Datvidson o. High Springs, a
member ,of the detective 0ta41 of the
Atla ntl Ooast ine, was in the city
yesterday,. ',
SD. Nibzon of Central was in the
eity yesterday havingg brought ~a quau.
tt poiork to market, whih sold ata

Deputy herlf F. 8 Ou"rl of; Aroher,
oneo ofthe woost 'efic0inb ooffloals in the
cod ty, w among the. visitorsto ''thls

aMr, ai Mrs. Gus. A. iortop of Eve
wor' Otmon those who visited thIs city
yesterday'. They. were registered at
the Brown Housev
a te iponr the big Ferris' wheel,
And get othe earth-shave a trip to
the moon, At Galneivllle's ilg Oarni.
val, Feb. 16 to 20. 4dlw
Among the prominent visitors to
this city yesterday were Mr. and Mrs.
0., D1. Wood.of Archer. Mr. Wood is a
merchant of Archer, and also' runs a
ginneryhan e'
SSer the .flying OCampbells in their
daring leap fpr life, They are the
only gymnaststhat make this darling
leap and will Dppear at GOanervilllo e
Big Carnival, iebru ary 16 to 20. d4wl'
Mrs. E 0, O, hitty and 'daughter,
Mrs, OlChin Carter, were in the city
from their Mleandpy home yesterday,
While here they were, the guests of
relatives, Mr.h and Mrs. .T. Fletcher

Don't fail ,to see Aegina, the most
senou tional and bewildering act before
thile publio. enowned by press and
public to be best show of tile twentieth
century ; will be at Gainesville's Big
Carnival, Feb. 16to 20, 4dlw
Captaoi Nick Carter will return and
show his man friends that he, isstill
alive and will make his perilous high
t'nMavloty perch every iternoon
andnight at Gainesville's Big Oarnl.
val, Feb. 10 to 20. .4dlw'
Mrs. R. M Ohamberlain and chil-
dren and M is Martle Chamberlain of
Tacoma, are in the city for A day or
two attending the exercises at the Bi-
blecofiterence, While here they are
thle guests or Mr. and Mrs.; M. Gmra
ham . i .: ,." e d : o
Mr. and Mrs, F. I endnrson of
Arno were among the visitors to thit
..ty yesterday. having come to attend
the services at the Bible conference.,
M'W. Heilideacon" is one of the :largest
and monit s lesicsful nu-rserymen in
this section i "
Among the visitors to this eity yes,
terlay who favqrord The Sun. with. atn
appreciated |all Was .W., T ~ ve.s of
Alaohua, juriternimber of the I rm of
W, Rives' Sont&s, ginnra.' M?'
Rives' is one of the h:lrwdest and
iost successful young business men inl
the.eounty. : .. .
G EBa knitght or Arlcher. ne of
the mot uoessful mnierchatsintIn that
section, was fn theo ity yesterday. Mr.
BNukunight was' joined here by hii.
Wife, who h5, boee in the city fot th'e
past two da|;s(Uthe guest oft Mr. u

i together to t eir h r last nigt",
To se ed Cott-n: Growar
I tottal sdevs .fortar owsae .k
?Proettflttea L a~deottonsead. Tenas


posiblOin orhttimto e riete ifi
MesPr:,S.:,Ypne 0 Phillips. oJlKepnett
80quae, sPa.,o.X Sott of Oharlotti4
XN.p,, And Allehn Rodge.rs Of ofta;
representing the Q:o6d, Roads Ma-
ehinery .ompany, were also present.
Therei wM ,onsi40 ble .discusion
over thenm'aehinry andl Its poslbli,"
t0 e o Well` as the aontrat under
whith it was porchised, but it seemed
that under the latter the machinery
men had the advantage over the
board. The commoinloners declared.
that the machinery would not build
roads in Florida sand, as had been
guaranteed by the company. The
representatives advised the board that
no suchguarantee was made In the
contract, and when the clause was in-
vestga.ted it was discovered that it
merely maid that "the .makers' Ruar.
antee tatthi i athIneqvfry will do as
mnch as any other wmahinery, miade
for the oantrction of Mc.Adam,

the contract., : :...
The matter was finally settled by a.
compromise, th. cokmmislioners Ae-
oepting the mnaehlinery ata prlce less'
$60 thie amount called for by the con.
tract.
Read This.
Martin, Tenn.,,June 5,1901.'
Dr. E. W. Hall, St, Souls, Mo.-My,
Dear Sir: I take pleasure in ,saying
that I have used your Groat Piscovory
with much benefit, having suffered for
ve.ars wi kidney trouble, and mot
heartily recommiend it to all soiffeera
f~rom kidney diseases.
"R s tearfully: .. '
., W. LOWKANO,.
Semtber of the Memphis Annual
Conference, M EOhutrch South.
A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texans Won-
der, HallPs Great Discoveoy etiree all
kidney and bliddetro:tbles, moves
gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis-
sions, weak and lame backs, rheuma-.
tismn.aid all irregu larities of the kid-
neys and bladder in: both men atnd
women, regulates bladder troubles. in
hUldrean. If not sold by yourdruggipt,
will be sent by mall on receipt of A.
One small bottle is two nmiontlts' treKS-
ment and seldom fals. to perfect a
cure. Dr. 'Ernest W. Hall, sole manu-
facturer,' P,. O. box 629, St. Louis, Mo.
eold for, testimonials.' ,old by all
d ru ggK is t .ts .. .. .. ... . ....... ... *_
Will Make It Hot.
Prof. W. M. Holloway, candidate
f r Sate supeHrintedeint of publio in-
Struction, has been absent froti tlhe
city In the interests of his amlfpaign'
the greatoerpartof the past t o weehs,
hence is has been impossible to see
him in the matter of whether or not
he intends to' answer Mr Sheai4'0 open
letter. 'The friends of Mr. Hollow&a,
however, state pOiitively that he Wi
answer this letter and when he does
there will be sgre attling of dry
bonr. in Sheat' e04m paign..:,
STHE ,OHRisTlAN chuhes on.
stantinople, Turkey. and Yokahonma
apan, have long :usd tht Liongman &
Mairtine Paints fo., painting their
Luiberal entr~rbuIloto of 'I .
paint wilr be given 'ftonr' such pur e
wherever a hurch ls located.
VF M ollteld,Hrarir pSping, s, C.,
rtte!s: I panted our old homestead
with L. & M. 4*enty:aix years' ago
Not painted siope; looks better than
house palited in the last tfour yets.'
"W. 0. a htrr, :Charlest6n W. Va
svltes: "Painted FraukntturF Bloek

Stvhugh re hB. avdoup; stands out

o M^^lat wfalem tiaw LSpar gsli4 I.


workeri'and thieIr.heirii I o
taing that theoeoNrq ^*iih
middaleo, the wead w te
tendance is stil growing) anid n w
-faed' 'blindin ,g-rain.i order
re t to hear the .eloqeat liI
of v. e. .Broughtonpv ftlti
sho'spohke in the vengD, t.'
At 9:80 o'olook in the morning
Howard Taylor ai res a gigod
gregation .on "Mission ior
China," which proved intensely int
eiting.. Thii gifted Woman, ll:!
spent' half of hier lfe in .preadil)
Word ofGo0d4amongheoot,.toa'tb
central a;ndrid i oterp hita, spei
from experience andube)3tI l
er leotureis arei pressive iinht
trem e,-;": .":":"::. "" "
te mhalf-past 10 o'col k Rev.. D
Strouse of .alet, )t' other 'of .
Clarence tB. ,St. 4Verd a 0rh
sermon, htis phee Liil ow,
ot Love in lh a. e
marks w 'io

ard Taylbor aga i -t
ary lecture, illustratedf by
which was followed in the evening
r. iBronghtun, who spoke most,
pressively and interestingly for
hour.
Atong the tlat at.rrival t thee
ley, who coe froin the Jew'c.
Mission. New York City Mr.
will enlyeo the proceed ings8o(,h
talks de the .remaindeTdf to
sinn i^ 1' i: '" '*.. .'


Examination

FREE !



Interlachen, Florida,

'.:IRIOWN ', NOSE,
FEBRUARY 24th and i
f*High Sprln'a, Fbruatr
and 7th. and Lake City, a
ary 20th and March lst,
NOTE TRE DATE...
Dr. Corthel will maker








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n1, d fteu el,'i at O airi e. 1 ti
wen-rr if 11514, ina'on

Ii. outtaneoirsresi.euce untin 0a4.
inches, Y l b..,t tw ga


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Twice Week-Monday and Thursa

FL01UA, NDAY, ON DOLLAR
_ '*,_' l l, : +. ....: : ..... -1,9 0: +


I ,

Sof Ore*w own
qral'Ot A hr

oF ASTERN WAR

,idlig of Japanese rIoops
ShurWith Loss Qf Twoe
AM4 Ha Son Dee li.

*0bh f rob Vieroy j
that tho ,usaairi torpe o0
b 01i1 448ls 0ezt blown up
of acodldntl stri ltn a
rt Attihar. heTealsel 14
t14ii |riIott, thn off 1
utun ij*r,i ipt.'
t tthel0 o roVremyafthe
l ay tt mines "at the oneu
4en Wan Biay with theii
ostug 'At against AEth i;
Qhdyii~g that -00,
'eto thesQOa,
AIw4 for the pi-!
qp, when thue easel
aUt with ,taother mine,
'e and'ealise4 the d4s8*

kPORTi P1$DENIED.
B Troop sHvO Not Lald,
.0 at Porit Arthut.
a'burg, Feb.1i6;a-Tihe ASotoj
S i athoIed to deny the
t Jtpanese troops have land
*t Arthur within the loas of
ients.
1 t know here 'lUolally rm
tue. Xfovotiq4 a.of oth -e Vladt-'
biad n, ht the reports that
Pa pante atranipprts off
d ti Hilakodat are6
St being pobit1
$ dem is for th
61ftl ^ in i.Qr to ,


wALitanously, -9
,peft-'sayes that If thgp
-, ;:t :, Ad qlrdi Wal. tal-
A ,nnd of'th3Vd)a ivostook
will ~Oa aeto cOrme south
Stern Cdat of' "Japan and
us htiavoc along the shore
pping and ulttiately effect


.I


riets.
Th'I biltowhig nUp I
pedo tr i t port ,et
or accidentally trilk
Arthnr1 was t4l4gri
da^y;, but the ne.w
untin the names of:
were kiown, so s
u*ixtatyto the relA
lag'.o~icer8.' ^ i
The lieat fteelinV
appearing and e-
peaeed n the u
^tissiaA Arms.,J


C ESA fs' ION ,
Posalble, Action any In Far
'New YorkwFcb.'. ,l V<,h, (i
lOy Gethqsny Is lr \i L
factor In' the. lPar ir Situation,
and. io ausing up 1t8101, ct I labI
tle It doth4 co'resp m'of T lie 1er.
Raid,, h6St.;Ptertg orospo'n(ilnt
of Thehaily TeleglS aslioi nuote
A's1 having cable I he had infor.
Action oir. "un.ip tble authority.
tor stating that it rtunes of \. r,
troVe idtvrsed ,t Ia, a dhi'ersiu,
which bay lead tOrenacllitlg ro-
8sits, i cocnfldept iIecItiel hrot1
Oenlany," furt Y
"Already. propose affltnied to
have been made b th thief of that
tate, which, It sa .t, will cosutid:
erably Co dpicatoe 6 at18s.
The Geran go er uent will stul
port Rusila diplo t ly in actift
taking to brlng: the al) d evacunt.iont
of Wel Hal Wi befl o e Hagute tri-
burial, -



s)*


"G ''tixed resolution is to win
|E|k RuW'-'s ( friendflp," th edlepatchi
tuHoneludes, "but the' proposals which
have eTanated from .Berlin are det'
ntte andI concrete' 'ndIt accepted .are
^ OS^ t.A l :. t ikely. to interest littrope muore .IMeenly
TAR:A,:%O AA, .IA it t-he iftr Eastern war.' '
olof et Japanese atay.) orn r*
tb AMnitrt Wtro;,ia'
S*Ia to Uther rBot GERMANY NEUTRAL-.
Sae Aot the uipa Chanoolr 'Veon Uielow Is.
i-'tlri ao 4 u < s:": " 'P r otlar tua t on : -- ....
.Berlin, Feb. ith -The ni eritl chati


hiilps 44dit aqilwith tit.1 today la1mdth.tie foiowing proel*,
sdprts ,Th Ulatio: -
a ( ab si "l. consequence of the oIffleal de-
Lyt V4 1Ipuro7y laI*o1n4lS: of war betwon, thI hiperli
$a ?iRPOH f t( o ranment of Ru"stsl, *apd ti.A
(nto, g l volr.erit o Ja, it WUr04let i
duatty oiettl y o4e lit, tho erma *t
u h b re refi pite snd the 1ol1i& s and a)i, o Or
S 0 Atj^Ar t as' @t,4 ii:n Abta* tol.esor* "4I4,t
m 'h'o a thtit, rethtions the sttritest neOttap.t
'a *e Ip~ 'Waisii or preiitiws *uptthId to
t"4 as time of ituraiiti r" I stted, -
iiiifiOf^ am^, ^^


illo-i



sia n for i -- *
S irs tiave PFetir Are nItertAin
;at tPt ed by His Friends.

tlV( I, tt FIGHT TO REDUCE THE FEVER
ri'. kil SenatorH .A.... .W .. r
tlliO(liM.,,i Senator Hai- R h t,n u iA/ ,,l ti/ifat


lho curviv-

I u'lUV. s )h
('r s i 1 if (


benti y all' the onhdilthoia n is pOratire, ar e more fasorile ttlhan thy
were- last nlIght, hbit iot buettet Ihan
they were yOst.rlay mistin,.t"
Tr~ligraMi> hsave been sentt to (ov,
ernor iei'Arlck. of Oio, to reiatlve~ of
Senator Hinntt atid to pernAonaj fritwfi
tthi morning alnriotnelig the senators'
condition. tte liigh fit er continue('
to gsve :great apprehsnhtsloth .

: "TH,'r $IILEN.T HOUR.,",
Tribute of Homer Davenport$i 0 na.
totr M 'Mar 'a, :
h0,4. I ....
Pu:,ishlqd t:Od*' y a. .atL,..,tps..l.4fiH 1 d:

"me Ailei t 04,-r and it i' a tribute
(ofr Hoerr, WanL pft, tir aenalor Mark

.'Mr. Dai')5v4T1itt:,rt Aproveu great no.
grew (or itia dri n s -i the faisduowt


ih etoloa 4 thin it irilta: ,ilintaa
w. s ia sti d att a.v *dHorm i

iTs vanl)r Isa- v' ttW9 yF t syt-oiotn
of hI Or ',W aIMd ,mirth (
Th 4tfO~wt W~t~ilt liSaR skik te


ty-His Brother, H. A. Hlnna, Ft.rr
In t he Belief of His Ultimate RqpV
ely-Telegram Sent to Redttlves.
\\ it higion, Felh, t--Senat.or li'Ha
ti 's tmtinratire cot.linuewhigh, 1 T9
lay it notched 105, Thla, lighli.lt
tui, 'l t, llh fever ana the fact that thi
tcmuq.ratn re has uit. yielded its readll
to spoige biltli as di lred .gives theo

1im l M nie dI.ed that t ilc Ctlix IIn th
it w t would hiav(i i)aOti with Itho r<
it rion ftiom tihe period, ot depI (depir
somn that followed the c-0l1.
\\iitie the l igineral cotditious an
tium' aittaactory that, they were tas
ighil,. yet. they are not so good ,
itKy e .e yesterday rnltlig.', A
ti ItiulthoiUt tihe ialgh otxygent .wast gV
i at liitervals of aopt one l hou
\\I tihe .s iito rondi to" r,

lr iiinu0e b.y the 4tet'fir, l bli

ir Iait (th< ti'elstttn r 0rste
rli;fian'i i with the' tte itor t hii lih th
tii. i). (Oiler remaillned at" the hit
?i ini wlia with I)r, tlxey ainda Ca
,: ih;,ii m t.orning, when theo pulsto, erm
li v ani ri' a tiion '.were .taken
ht<: ', a'tMtn i .1 't i1.,. for anitliorto,
11 I '. t i \ iii' t i (li' p(' attr can with
.;tanl, f'vitr at: i L hlghl ai point a
Ihl .i howni i) 11 thri, o ut latter par
in i t t- 11 i, lt d I l i |ilt t i lortnilng.
tight i lU(ik made to rtduceo the ft

The tiM nt 'a t \V 4 wake at tlinm
dtirlig it .nllitl :ut. t on the w i,)li
h tlo dtorh viiy 1 jAHeid a cominort
ablo night ) it ta ioiuateh is i goc)
t 'tr~ tr ittt .nitl lhas hi een all eo' t.
takle nlltr'l;diitii(t*itl. .I l hi, mar,
A ipo)oigi aili ghlv,' niter tlihe tonir
porIttia e \.ias 'i tiad, att lit, 10 only lightly
ly rediict6d lIt(' over, wfiicih ligi
cript up to tlo 1Ii05 poinl This i'act
wits thi di ici(atlAi hitK I rluteul c o (1li
Iigh In thi i ital t 'at S ir ggitti filt re
cfovery. ) Thi, iinialhr ha!, ,.hown! wmen
de 'lt 'Vi1tal ity O Win.. fi tli. 1111 nm :i
relnarlt.eld that h;I a rily t'iomn the sink.
mog iipoll Y(ittitiltty wai rwimrtai(ublie
Thle sgeat(r'u hr(t ler ', M Htiianna,
o' ti hluues ( Irtn In '.Ih i li' Itt in hi a ilti
mate re.v Mr. ,lM)b. ectrotairy to tiM fproiidelnt
(atne- early to tlph hotel o letorn how
the piiathtiil htd lpas ed tI.i: night, 'Th
oi.nator'.s brother aaid at 10'lO I t!lay:
.'Tt He c hill of yetlterdl W in fver(
anIl prolonged, ht tn( realon haii


ZaVeattpog,' w*wre Wtte, by' lfhtiemlt .
and appMr rttjer t$'eal too : as tel. AiI Ull f
S.*AUtorM hrk. jlhnAIa tiHe bet .uewau,
mPrle otfwhat I .have froquently"id 1 8MAL DO I
that It honetat rman nteed fler ck ,.s

1 doti. l0ftb been voloy nrld t Out o'f Chata Os 'at Is.Again
t tie *britailly caurtooned Plnice. 8186,
anod has risen under the la'h4 <(f thi '. einga raouht About.
cartoonist until today he is tile satronp. --t --
I. eat nman n tAltrilea polttlc.t ISANK FUNDS ARE A I. AFIR.

SReleased ona t bll. When Vaults of lig institutions Wre.
m Knoxville," Ten., Foi, l5--TIlge Opened, Securlties. and Valutbl"s
Snee(ld i tho hircult court today grant -
a ed hail to those, under arrest charged Were Found Intact-Action Maio .
with murder and assault In eonntitotlt and Council.
tyith the toutblhe at Coal Creek .ast Ui to
Sunday; J.B:Reod and (tld V d\lari i, ^,"a.t3.rTlt.lti e
t',l.1 o, gr at,0nd (olvl, l a rad ly mumilgI iormai condl *
' 1u4rtoii'o umi warls fiXed tit $10 000( ttona was lhlitratL d today by theb
SThe C reek Col aCrek Coal company, whidli t the' tapoll are bank tere opwell
e emlloyod tile men g ds, eirtemporary wguedel
it the bondil. uuppUod with funds
Sic. H tthundleds 0 or deposltors .cashod
o Detective Kills Negro, ohoolk at ,th baInjt early today, On.
s Savitalnnh, (la,. Felb, 5.-It.ctlvt Monday the regular clearings will bel
Frank Wall shot aid .kllhd ( D))ve (Iph, and Bwieral 't banking oleptrlimna
,o Watch, a nogro" Tlhe detectivet h nit will betot rilmed, .Thi vattita of Aill
it gone to- arrest the 'titltn and Waitch tte national btalt il. BiAtitore have
" drew a revolver, wheareaipoi Wall 1rod how been t.o I endI ad i n ei n a'all the
S .. ontents were found untimagld. ::'To
P AMERICAN 8PORTS8MEN. ,, Julipivie as ta A WaiosiHblt the hard
S. ... i'--- lpH nder whitthl tre htha~itathta aj,
SLegutme Adjournao tq Met in eOattl:e l' fer~, Mayeto' biioti atl i iniolpal
e Ji tule, 190I8O,. .... olat.es havo d toidd temporarily to
S Q'oluithus.,,,, Feh.3. -'h. Ltoageiii uieMni the oilhotil ot n of taxa and
of Anierican. portsnieth hai I tidjimurni4 watir rents., it t havitn bee daisoovered i
r to meet ln et entttla I JII ,Itliet, Il4 l thilt the o tlty .haH ?tilOug tottely o~
i Resuitons were adopted i'avorting d ti tl reuilt of Itgo collection g
i, theo enwaltheit of a now vlaw eliviin~ ij t January, tLou eet a aesary r. ,
r- the {o 1 oslth alid ga0ne $orn.iolss it itilntlltsi iii f1or an IaItdolintlt period
- declaring agallHst aprinig asihoting itn lThe inityr lai called a ':pecial atIg
any o ithe tales and fvo:)'liingi thi n ul" t', tlhe' city o"*;';d 1 for topglht
actrtint otf Itiws i all tistattes rtIetlrI tO 1 tiui r tit l0 i atiutn ,. ititmiianct e
'ig foireigntlioit untifaltuiraiLtmd olt a IN b'(olt any .thatt t lia't $10,.tQ0),-
SsoB0l '1(ttIIe a llceO I bfYiro tihty antll d htS alYeady beh' p4t- out to p:t
rt t hilnt Thi-s ai mted t) pilt atn eii oy biholdert anul that lmlity million
. to'pot hutut nl. ot dollars in ,hoolia ar. ot dtepal
Al.Oiijowltig tlhe adj(utmiitmoft of thi h>iro roay to be paidbi out fatt pa
leaguO ii otani, ,'gatnnilzmin wi4 1.4l 'totd t )i ia aiJatm n havii ibtetb ,ieloen M0de,
of the atmnA it.al iashItlaltipn iof tilhl andt Mattiha)l of Pu l .i:itttlf aip rtti .;.
4 gOe wtrideitH ad e(tin)tistfoneB' that thli e have bn l foweor citea 'of
ThIlr pultIpoe -i8 the prosoeutltti o itt lh)tobery oir hitwltusittem lIn this lity
l iaii reauers- aldthe compili-Kg o(if ti' i1ii1i toJ (ir 1 t11i either were' beforo- -
, olalonea t()ullling t heir wor in n il ot(et so wih lIs thuO city p tii'uitled, The.i
ing flih antl game, awe unfhttr uain zrnaAlly will t'Malla ofidet
. Were (looteodl : lltt riOt I
presidentn. W I, o11t, Ihlih ,it, Atl aIt ofn.' in' ilehl today between
t Mett,. i $crtiuttry,. C. l. irot w iat+i', .,r th Eit mayor imi th.i i lt it s' onom nittqi,
t Michlilga trimiliier, 11[. (1. H ti h it -wu a ( (h'ldItl that no call would bo
n, nt Mil; til e teitive ctlnV m lttit t th mail' flr tmat nilI n*li)ttie to relieve
officei't and J. C, Porterti 'Id, ('oolm dti dih trmi ) tilt(tol ui n.tih ctialiedi by the
bu, Ohi . .. ,
Dr T U nier of t de:partiti i it i n Iit ouil t ttiy lilto i on, the .
of airtieltHiire, IWasilhington. wata ult tailntili will lit a1 lan to mett
sed itn holentrary :ntnlbwher with all tih) ntall oi. w
rtghtsa ,of an wi(tve Ly tin li r. .' . .. --. ,, :' .::*
...... NUPTIAl WERe 'OP ...,
TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN.
S* Ceremnony ls Interrupt( In ltha t a
ur ., tl.onr l. Hou.. New tie ti b 13 *,..A Wil 4res.
Waahbtngtin, lebh. ,13l.A itrlhtin tt te yntiig WOna n, Itt tert h iue 5t0$ppd
thi meft-y of AbIrahiLt Iieoln w-: the uta lrrltg ,nt f ,AWtfO sw e-
the ttarden of the Itvdat*oito' f t ii nln'or i(d to h a wmac ol
60iAt ft"wde In th1e huota tritiy. A iWety faintlly it lestol, ai a'a i,
tar 'rfer6ift;gs hi the gueAtlns of the tUI;(tI Olipath, of $Weden
latton Bait 4ts lad & he said,: '1,h o girl 4 1onoot o lf -ay
"WV( are-. rnmlind.ld". today. off th t tl t wht htfore iO
greOatet (it the, annaif of tiot bHltory Ito be mr ied r ,t Ini1ampo rl
o9 ourt natil1, who great iii hi go(?l aIk Thhe ceemo W pi.
twM atnd oil)d i il ratat, bore atitd lli .tht ~lg .iaftrt totit Al
the sorrrow. of his eopjlo, 'a0t nd Jugt had hn att d t 4 ,-
wtl, nieor il south, through four Nwhorn t.e h.aildso'm ~.ei t
years of elvil strife and dipd a mar. whot sad hsite wea *if* oo,
tyr to hi tit c onu , into -the I tot 'l, She sal- $ 1';ste4m
'Th house agrte4 s its firta ltIt. arrlage ertilgleste andt It ~.: gi v t(a
'ess to *airove ho tohe 1t1, .
-.eonol1ttlel .of the: Uieaon t olier ifai o etloiat '?
Sr A bll, wat haI tfrt all l ow1a 'ai
-In: ais of (th aupaej) Il tili la B Ia 51:1 ijo ,sd tl hi4a u-
'.TVrdtoy, : Tw e hou+ft .th. iittell:', wi, 'I fe' s .: )ti'
'.prtvawte:peulenolb119l.-til|l' s .iloowal Wiit S -"7' oE:tb*t, ?
l*g saelted a* ebaht'aMae of the pie are 70858., 'j;
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Wi" ESPANOLA" LOMORR ,*MPANYt.M AH bne,(1stranted II
:o PA SflP MP rom parent to I ot d

it Igor is t 09 y weo
Will be the Name of thbPlaehM a thontrtAwarded totheEddi Man an p IteI tad OT1
Doaatso.S.Ai,,Orttor Sc hof la .. ']
aiL e tufacturingC bmPany a Bud Will blood 's purged ud4U Ce, di tht
eradlrk McDond Gou t0RgmIb 1 a ,one, aned Will-4h e:b dn rfl veyato of e i apgdtw
t l Pa disrge ~ O,?c^ tc V .cupancyiW nSixrk.wilb eg eks.Ino t. I ,1 osr
*. W et ipano rter applied bforhopan bouto o..ny. o lotmhe dontraey forothos ftho big ld ware.ou uth th street.


hins .emll "i fo panye will begin on the structure to health Tbe deposit of tube~culat m
and orate faotory at Prairile i reek, on d What wil so i t. 4 is .: s n o m at nnce. j oint ad rnd er

y hea'n i ;,i a. e W erected about fo o house of the Bailrd Hardware Con. S 8 8 it guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless; an d
orig- years ago by L, Kelley,& on.T pany., Soth Oalnesville, Its. dimets. prfier d tniit that removes all blood tini t and r builds up wepa b '
original plant was a smalit one, but O t 1 alone willl be100xl0, one story, The tion. ur physicians will advise without charge,, all who write. Wit
g.rAadually the mu~eelBsof thle ftirm1 was lumber and other material is on the tl!rC'a 1pk mae lfrSPECIFIC e. AA
h r~e pa eeted,..un It nt, It am e on o t h tt1 D O I SR i n: O aB A a n s .i foot .. o 4 rI B A [0 N A S C E N S I O
la.s mi s pi n th e.cou on the foundation this morning. BAM
la eot milla an the ounty e r G, LSlipbei ia in Iorida Againt '*Thlsieging to be a big building,"
ma 0niflon l andoratet tactryh contracting firm Wednesday.
the sfortune to lo the entire plant Among h to to to hia city ero e to h the work how. AND .
,by fire The loss was more disastrous, Wedlesnday was Dr G.L.Sipproll, who e propose trt purl thtte work, AND
sine the p lant. vaelea ah bout we.I Dl s th buidrnghol PA C U TE will
S20,000.arried insurance, eVanouvr ,, after a tedious Ieready to tr over to t he wne
1 mill wa mmelately rebuilt, oury o0nsuig twenty days,. The o 0.lmes Compaiy is a branch of - .
r andqulpped with mod ern r. iPrl was formerly o 1, the Un Coo perge ompany,t opera .... BY T E .U.. ,
hyea is wrvydepa tnent. Thte hna rwadsremov gto sting. eteiv] blAslly throughout the
e f the ld L er o M opy ye ao eeot. Te Holmes Company are
*.^^tSd th:'"o culth ;d 6e*wli~r. .,"hl.t .'h hI e cooperage plants i. the .. li.
are d, wIth W tiset rth tha t 6, wle wh 0exOpim nlow n lanoeaohsa. oneo Ce Hoosier i\.er nait
Smi ll was not only one o the h lahl ted tate andalo ant ... AT ...
Section t on, rthur, "th lecturer," Milledgvill, i a. Theo pany pro
Stwithaviewofagreatlyincreased tired theUnited Stalts, Master A. peyengage in the AUCtio T0Own Lts AHighpfingst F.
'ouit ytn \r O If hi l e on t u,, o.s .pitn t eb n re a ab 8 '
Sfe months ago the Meswl rs. Kei, i ondyke, he has remrned. oHis faot;- De tur o sph1 -in .thea
o &l'yer but W the" nae remained Dotor states h left them inexel- ^a e ear. a b A
c 4sopne o t ier interest te > a r i d'"eri a te aLt 4b aareeAy dadd. N 'r T rudAa y Fe br u a y 8 t h.
r p t toe nlll twnh coan opers, earnigo average
Snd, o lt h.... ealth,'ii salary of $2;50 per day, will be em-- CA. .-- t l
eaiioeD. himDttai however comptr i in t his ae 1 Itoonltni, e .i .h e p toyed, tand it. m y readily be d lee',, FO1w th i
in, Bf *.,.l. Wsiltand A.W, MDonal lr.siprlltpped at Sto Luous en th at h ci fre el hE itRens" [rass and Marine Ban of
have rece i tly sold their interests tn ., route from the Pacihtt coast, lie vioitt the co nglof this newi indutry Gal nesville tothe greatest of Out Door Events See the
.T.. Patterson, an experienced mill na td th World's iFair grounds, whieh he .frmeani. a good thing for te cor lying )wyf s, Amh rica's Aii
"of Texas, who is now in charge, it l dasriou s as being marvelous ie nr Wer will s rcatedin one of tir e
who wil hetoiafter c00nduct tir i rusi- V took pIsiTago around til s grounds, ac- n ,e lado.

'^ in vaar li" wh"'Voict" ""d 'D.ti ."ia." wh i tietse a i tr i10 dot Hh R COLWaW .BWISHoP
S tar iny. interest all l ipr oi ti l poin t t re i aidy deai,,r ,,r The fas t, funniest,, finest Aut tone trayv ing.
' Thin mill etnlloysl a large, number of .lld obj iclts. ,ont- l 4 l"..
' ,hands radld Its a dreat help eon tunrcihl- l. R fair ir, already a profitable h a ire f-hnr a o sut t iolt s m ule. FREE I I AOES to nt frm ry g
re y tolthjs"ect ion. v o1nd "r.* oldr a u wa t'jre a r e s bppi g facilities are excellent, FREE L DRAWING-C : ut this oub. "
i l' W1a, M f)onm hl t erit n rgag d o.x- doctor. The TadeHmiionto tire g nds T wn 'a illse ae betwn'eh t f o f I mI
i' tlverly i' tire naval ltore busin 251 tie and if a fellow wanto to see iho ;rr s1t Wi bt iocatldnbetwc Co s h S ile. on t giVel r a.B
:at Fairbaik, it itis ind erstooi wi l alo anything it will be necessary for huim il0B Air f tie Coand at a. p ..


S modern and will have a lLiaeity of I)r. Spproil stateThd that ing hi "MIty baby had eczma r o n ad thtat i lest of Terms. i at 9:3( a. In. Se"s
80,000 shiingl, per t, h ias already ti e way of exhiits lhave b'etn plrted 'ead was, a solid lma or) sets, a0 d it bills or W FITZSMMONS, Hotel r High
S been ordered. It Is understood timat ih the bit i lg soi falr, l ind that te hair all cai me out It rid nm ny rnt'n.'- ,o Spin
the'plant will hie Ilutri d fr'r'a t iteo coei ttt e 12,of 0 oars mInr st be tmr nload' ii;0 lhut notion 'seemn s O to do inry per- -
to time na the demniuid requires, d aird 'plattld i ti position. heero. tire nnen good until I ud l)rW it'i - N i 4
igiirC n'im r~ ainnl Ra ien lD
With tire extensive tiaval t hrre in. opening ft gt o f iw ita W I. i ae Th eemia :" r
Le. tetwl of lMr M0la naldh, thue siihol. eoitised for May lie thrik th' rrfodT' h scats are gone rnut the l.t II Good s D 61 i red F re
m.'ill arnd the irnmminsoe 'cypress mill irpenting will be delayed at least two one 's sealp is perfectly 'cleaaim amud
s mwhla h i i to he erected' onear ailthaiks, months frm tpr'et i edicatiuiri healthy, and itshair is growing beru. E d 8ti .l
itht village e we rtai only hats ptro *pet a f Endo f r n u rFiedt. tifully agalln. I cannt. give to nuc h
a usy t Twit .dysieia had a 'lorg i-d oprasn to l)eW tt's Witelich I he l i
Suicide Provented' stui:,b orfi ght wtll an 'abden mt Salve ."- -urantk 'armer, l f Ci t y,
rl no n ha a h writeges of y in buying W titch b anel S, I e
ventlvi ohf suieldohitas bo n dis'ucovl 1l)u'Pot, (ia r "'and gave or l. ook i out f r c un'therfu ts )eWi t g "
d will ititerelst naiy A riuni down h4e'ery odl y tihouri,4t r time t ad core.. a rigp r, t W It. i lfr i hl'n ,.- .' irr.
in, or dspo tde ey ivtably Ai last resr t' I tried r' ln g ,'s E ,Wit &Co.; is oln every box.
pre es iiide and something his Ne l heovery for counsuptioa The Sold by t i dr aglists .
llto.en found that will prevent that con- b r d str ad Tax Assessor's Appoin ment
n i'wioh iake suleide likely A t was on Im.my ftet ir a1 faew. days. .Now Tb ...o b.
tIne 1i' thuht of self destroetrin I've entire _yreg iied y' haitr 'It 'o
takelouoi t i' it.e liters'. i.t bIing n great e tiqoers "all i trughs, Colds' and thiroit at the folm rvwlng places onm dato a men-
tonic amd rervi 1 strength the and hng t.rnbole U urante, d .by all turned' "tor' Iht purpose f eetiig
itr, u 0t store, price fn e,.amd pi i p $rt .0wper. Ot thiat property nay
.lson v grrt' .ti mttehiser and. kicdn.iyn be correctl.y a.essed.'
Sulatorb Oni l, ihatisaetiol-& n D'E. AT 1H AT DUTTON. Satia l'e-i'besdnl ay,' Feb. 16 '- .
giuarailtentd iy all drugmgists. '"'- .... ligueo-Wednesday, Feb. 17 ,
A Lt of"G onbcks Mr i. Kitchen, Manager of Conicts, 'sai.rba0nkne---Thiursdy, o'.ib i'
ore;. b l 0 r.fInt s SccuWmAbed to Measles Thursday. Rochelliae-Motnday, e '1 ..
P There has bnee r a lot of nd iley pl a After a 0 t1 w days tii. neie ,Ai.ht with l ie nd*or-NIdatTFy.;'Feb 23*'.
itf i ar ttewh ceutin o bit the gre lan d lt .,Mr: Ki.tcoi en, rnag tr of the Camipnilie-W diedaiy, ..Feb .24.
uneu h e ot ts alt flutton1 tines, ltton, lcy 'o iln-Fr $day eb ttor '
tsi 8hno r ,t a t one t tint i w as a bu tl e of l.n d yitt i i ,huxdp.ils a i tiow dHd Oarlye r H O
er br ght here i ets of r rather siuddn d ua the strong, healthy, ative const itu
on" b Cashier Taylhir midi' trinmred twth .t.end iIt ihysiotrin and oir t aloitsi depend largely on i te eondtioni
Th pi l Cwas, about twelir inles i i tu t i insd oditio thae: liver. The' fa uu Iittfe pils'. "t,'
b iti tll pako to or e was renig eaily up to own .a*s .!)e:Wio's 'Lttle' Early lO. .t]rett il' frn A uo il.r : i.

Ck i ured' nlto iru 1.,ofdleat.hian few hours, liver and !b-'S tho teaes support apple a a r l ira St0 t .

ttlie,W t pth 1 abenISAGha opg are easy o e, they teer gr pe d Ar o eO

h ct. lr ave my great u. Twll be no when Mar .td t an o rl "seg goidt alle d te- 140 E. BY 1 (.", JACKONhVIILE, A.
,.B B abe.... i iria i will nn' oeas ever that dace for atvli ,o -,resident| Aiei iPi li.i W ded .
;tm'0unt il ae o f nit.iy ..u fttit fl oy.E; RI:,w "9n ".. 't f 1 r.ea t
er4 thmomutgh an rfi lent ,r- -h j Ehtward Ahl ermt!anu. af tlthnne rrtt.s
-i heh rtrt on the iTDa
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l mi.' e ahmost int r little thi abnt en t in lna nid at ge 1l se ot Mi r W.
tito oriruo 'to dett Thuis ta isg aL DRWIhG, insig n d ot, thme iride's f Mlaa 1tthi ou
atlb ilt i 't.nUO Wif In a ent al il ai ilv hs bi ii n s'awry- 'o h im a. F! e s ( m'tti A trU t.i ; 'li 'C aIk st














,t l oni c," s ;,'+',j'
WaWefthe Does Not Zol As Appev r to dit o
Stat HOe. tthe F orida_3wSpap,'s.
W~y ~WELL FILL Rere eolleatlon of cauttlo AI Per.
7 l1 l i Tn. l ,pl'''Jnlu th on lt a. ii ^N 'Pt, .
,***": .a udi w titt.. t CbtothQ rment I Culud au
An, Ho. w Tver, Who Da* '* the Cclat.n t 1eo
sthe Show but Co',06uld Not tate Press.
#tbe Matagetyht o; Has A. "o.'r, 0h!. ll o w or the
A0tltlwsety tW uttbfle iwhutt.iner o s' ot X
t $ Wing th e t obleta etcy ,f "pesd il thu. public l. i It. 'ih
a od Auin was tt me both ait record tnd guik;
Lk and iStl tho. AIa) tot' ht'cuiu"u'"v t-I t0
10#th 1 1 hiute' Thursday andu': I hut fellow a i thei for-u
wih i tarhs theh Hr.le floi' anoe.ossy ts
loh'was presented under I p bbo ttnt)i t wergs. tht
ORotioof Theo.Houdgina for the AlIt:cL tt aluAoti tor Jetu01 auth-
pit 6(the Qainesville (uards. t F'luii' ratltiuutluel'..u of II shtadetu
O e said withintpinity th
pst before a Oainesville c.is condition of th. Pubi mind on
goe.and it .was s play in which that topic, a(nd at s u1,c, sh8 tid bo the
Swas distinct and well inuper. surs. uguidet to ilh p tiaI itn of con-
f)Waspertainlya complication tumous thercnn ^QB .ose who"
Stiaairpcese which can be appre. Cnay stlil l Ilu doun
11o 4 those who']saw -itforgot ; A It.tnm. lii ,' ,ill lant
iafor a time, iit,,i t o tiu t pu' ..
Etdgiins, being 'a professional ,, i ,
leotd his characters from a .HI "hi.;'t h." h:' t "*,, t, I
1 View ': Having been for -many i Wllii"i oll r i'tt all 'uluuti'
4. Ient.:of Gatea ville, h was i" ll
ly l familIr with the dramatic ,1S'oin. C.,. H
S 'f ,the people, anld selected liut '..:u' iiii {iiu fiti B .. Ii I
lm hle 'know .to be first. -t uutt, i "t ''f -., C'iui-'
"44 'wh Dou ld assume the r
S' rts wth. reditto them., Si o i re .. C,'i'-,'
I so. .the p..io n, s o t o 1- ,A f
t4e1 u Mmtbfordl eo.jTud4. ut it tlW iuutti
itrflly took. the charteter to 'tie '' t
g.Oit T tevets asl Christo- ' ma :d iwas 'o baAd. r' WM ..( 'i'"" m iWl ot W' ala i nb I' the li nperso n.ro t 0 of, s I i fll'' ',i t i " 1 i

..t..of thepa-. It d n. of e.'. oll t,, >hl ,'
thefaot thatMrs, DenoI,,byiso i th ltt, e u')'ot t
eM /of n rie_ ability, and theZ0 1ifo Aiutiuiu j ,v uhlp o
complidati'ons whieh wi ere iPl .l" -hi ia t bi,', ni vit y C ,ni, ,"ll AC
t 4bout by various misund'er- ti t udi. til "., ,,I ,11 ,tie jilt
g S add, m isinterpretatlons v i't"liI lli. t i 'lill i tl .i o lii t i) l vtnit.
le Indeed. : *
pert,.8unberty and Miss Violet, 'T li ,i ull tiiu : t iu Mr.. t,i ,i,, ii ..i
rrie and Miss Trinible, re-, s'rnil .u ,h i .Cimigr, It: -I hi Il o,,i h tl
i, 'ere good. M rs v 1 SI41'. T.;I,1:,1 C i 'i Oi d
. Pi ayo tl part of Rose iti 't. l ,i i*,li. 'tl' tn ,
g 4ma4t t(is chtoar i-t n n. i g lu t
as always been ij1in .Viir ihi, i t. t li I l I ti l n
Mo' fllu ti I t 'tllhluAi: r, jl
Wi o 'the Gaiea e S tagi, i 'Wil l>' > uthi' n tliti iltti
S IWork is" thoroughly 0wo liti'Ci .. j
fis those who can appreciate ii: Siirinn
ies. and Marita Belmont Tench i i ii .ii n o it.u. I'ati in (}a.,rhiii
4 ,JdaX linrkhim figured prom-t ul. -in n, . euli g In ,' h 'l.
jin the play. They are both : s,,. i'i.ti: r ii t i' i .
$h peir resptpe yve roles, and the tii.aIui 'Ii,0,," : L iv ihy i, not %Itu.
a was delighted with thtir n t n ii i ii tin tn dtinili.i
.'...i. ' 1'1r, Il I1"'ll rith'Hr l l f'i' ll i lti Si'trii ilill
They appear perfectly at honre ,C t .lnu? 'Cii.- Si S ti p-in'i, liii ot t i6 .
tage, a d the manner iii whichNh riiIi'. t itilii ',l ifx ii l ,Stilats'. o II
IaBgedl'things," bringing oiln *
towble, wasi a action iii l .it r I, i u't N.f nt l
O,:s the inietemency of th. e <'i t :0- t 0il qiii io' aiill nihi. Ini tc iltnt,, I nut
In r i'l luli n firliw It r'nlnu1, for,' I.'lilt!ttd
heire were many who desired 4tn k,,l,,t ,.,., h4 who oond ont bi present, -isi.,ii, i.
I tuldglin has decided to re- sr i'etusi-iihg t'ti. 'ithe .Ive onit
the play, Ior the accommoda- PmorIlt. *b w; i-i .tt inin:
t6 e people, on itnext, tuesday holy else, o na itl ie it 'ove tor tiiA .
Wll tth int. Ticke li- ave self' u.'An i Il. tIot known to Ik i any-
Miller & Avera's, and thl tro tIt slftlult to uderstaud
eire to see the funilest i Oak Dteiocrst: The rare ror
et an on (aiJnesville 'stage lnirtf)d .Stt,4 etllt 1ot, ie twfen Ptn.k-
'1t 41tun1ly1 ,itt ,t1!I.i t. I tt lio
1-,e +,o the' te4 V olii i t tt C Arr,4 l1Citll ltl-l,
B i ~. -. suet ^ the aU t fouiutv it1l4 ui. ('tu tu
00.6 ough Oure gives relief ta i t iiniter, 'll t lv iit i.t ry
tio 'because It kills tihe i.ti ti t ote-h ly ,tuiil i- to o ,t "
S < okles the tinouso mtr et. tllfli"' ti'liln#, -ltdrlithi Thu Mtl. i'
,ng the cough,~nd at the tslale Jeu. tu'h.im refiu iCte,'rTit ,"r;wnott
1 ih#r ;.phheltut, draws i, of .li, loae'riiru, ilow.;?.^r-,,- its
1- bla -i ,5i.t tlotiider. uttig g f
*Uttlatiot and heals and thle way It to'I i 4 iprom'.tun'lno t tat
,a teels parts. Oni Mia- tndlrti M. .Tt.nnl 'diiln i .,litt w tth*t
9 i strem ghenf s the lungs, ,or tft. ot. 1 ,C,'*, i nii i 'tt) at jtah ..
Qumoeia and i.a harmless Wiu., .p-ro. ll.rihi 'trhie piolIli>ti.i
"lllg cure inall tourable iaitti lr' wiilhih i'-t(:tit *e'rir Jttini iw hasi
oplgh t ild and sreup. One li tlitup lit "htle t.e ita i ty lnookt aIt rlihi
Q rei Dleasaint t to ake, to li'uti t lur-ent, h ,.t a' ma t.ther of met,
I I It ha lie of Iltou l'. ,tuiltitPp 'Pol id g lT ake for.0 young antlli tug fli.bhe t'iha t It wil to tKo Mln
db Riald a sK t lithe rliunry will i e a pl'ir, for wte
.... .peept.' wIll turn s.ti' 'rtiank, ,Sut t y tt -
t. eter Coe to France. r* t' ra r n t i- -O le- d i al t .
h b. i '"--. otwieit. Wolthontr I;vt', OLk I'uvemiriat di'-i-or t'itr,-.W., *;
teLawsu lo ftt Atlanta yes. ttnla.ga w!h, ta a eanu.lutate for I.i;iilt<
o etitic niuB nia yeir. | ,,, i'. witite. at t lttr tr
'wuw for New Yi- ork, wher- iuej. I. (ty, i of tdiia,(t a f ii-tduleaB
ak a, ship for 'f1rinee A whIc h clt'e aIs ftlloiw: "I le no-
f5 isttatry is ttlao'o*n5 mtuth of tat#
trIcad a aimHeblu) to 5. wle.h yar wlyi' rWeinut tnt.,res.4i
on f s" oiff m i jur'haR Journe#y at.' tin' slu ','..-etrior tdta wtu
. *i pod ,lt k in la ,com u tasota. n hI t ls a dc<. ,tt 'tp.us iityt l
*4' bgibqtii Aei, ar the ilI.isoa N iw E 'rpt. ~, a. t'.
4 (Itis coetargt close, awta.MIt .r the I8npremec i^ieart, bus tea'


*If ay S it7 Ina tzoprr tt itsi. r Piato llt :(it. h lt. t i .t;h ltor 't
bqw ver, if :"the a *.. ft f ta tive'i J .' ad* .t l eiatiAtiii*ti '
,i'e.t f su ywb s 'AJ o wal ein. a e-
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F-- FTY CNTS I"P' BO'TTL I

For Sale by Jonson Biros, Gaiesvile


ABSTRACT REALTY IIOMPANY 1
-L i I n Ua Ira,,to,,d.i years old, Bytlu+

v v vnT~o rteI LEO,J. (OI,, AN IYE
E. E. VOYLE, MGR. omrua,l ,, yorsold. l ,,
Abstraets of .itl. ialnd fu ll iioriiaItion turnishd regt rding laida ( tl ~Litit $ f uarts 0 .
(ouuty. Our imanrgor ha l ivd i1 this county thirty yearOs ut ld E IEXI-!ES P IU."PA .
tis horoughly onvritlitit with ltnd.'titlko. ANV IL t ft
(:Ittiltroll tood 4. yv inr ohl, By.tth
g' allott .(ti, i 1 il qti rt i $27.T .
E I '.7 Y L. t,,- It l, r, ,' "* Xi i
FIRE, ACCIDENT, 1Ui.GLARlY AN)D INDENINITY INSURANCE,. y06pre, thlo ntt *2. ill quarts
sentiug a nuniher of pTo int lt Ainoroltua t ind Eng piltsh ompautis,' -, .. EXIP kSS I'REI I'AI
REAL ],TAT'I AEl IclYv IQANS,, Ol KT',IUKY:ON R ...
cJ-ai.res-5rille ;*- iti th;ntai*^lo Bh tl 4fi r I

SaI 1 0110 114 I, t: i ) POINTTHiR C t i
I f I I (haranttd 4 yoars uotl. By thte
l* t I 4 i gall0n u i t, 4fullqupirt !12,74, .

E and' t d lr flt hh ig tl o r flld

BIG AIL ORDER E H US, 'tor "r"p
.for,pr1 )l0 ist n a ttnit tc 1 hk o ui o 4mned.
4 ful' quarts ftne old Rye, express prepaid, $3.20. THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU
LIQUOR COMPANY,
4:fu I0bottles Rich Hill, express prepaid. $4.20, L EO 10. iIUR MP ',EETO,
.. ......................... ...... ....... I A O N, 441 OII, l lA.4
All goods in plain packages if desired, A very large 010delr Your
stock of barrel 'ool0t from 1.65 to 5.00 per gallon. Whiskies 'etom
Full line of Imnported andT Domestic WiT0s8.,
501L .AVTSTREKT .AKONVILE. THOS. M. RAY,
_ __I'A 1.A'T A, FI'A,,

rI- 4r"tt t, *l', 0' Ld a n 1 ot e, .to ..
S* oill utttrtP''i O ii ir n t ir. .... . ., .., .. .

All good. piUaked In noat bOK, caio
I EU il nd iityl. I wnt ,yo r igh, lidy m in your
B cI L iI 7 mol r 'r (rti promipit. shhlptin nt.,
"1 'r0,1,o,.M. RItAy, IMf tkt lia,

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S' We pay fright or express tchrge .on the ,.
following liqnolrs: ye: Jj C ,,$ S

LEWI'S 166, Away Above Everything ln the Whisky line: o St
4 l l quarts . . . .'": :,.. 1... . 1 U ll4Ey.. l M.ITi l I
..1 .f q. uarts ... . ".;.M
SLUMS UONOGRAO, 10 Years Old.: ., .. scauK?
4 ful quart .. .. .... .. ... ....4 20 X X ..

SLUM' YLVAN L Y.... rs Old:7 ad I .
4 full quarts. ............. ..... 20 rP r'"Y. .


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*:Ovn :i : m il l r.
th Wun and the Thrloe-a--Week
( .) World one year. .'A$156
W. kl Ci titutio Ioneyear. 1 7
S-e Sun And tthe Atlanta (Ga.)
e' 'ItmiVWeekly Janrtal one year. 1 50
SSun. and their 8emi-Weekly
';, ri Is.Unlon 01oe year. ,.. 1 0

'resident Robsevelt wants lis tionil-
i ,ton) to comlfe Tfrom the people instead
Sf the 'politlin., We can't blame
ahll, snc h ave'ill ae to' depend t ,
the peop lt (o elect hni, ':

And l wnoWotl voftor tiiio eminflent.physl*.
1 ains 'have 0 coif0is.se61 4th at media c Icite
dielio no good in case. .of, piinnoniat,
a Ci m it be possible tht" time' will wit'
lieus the complete extictxioI of thie

WomeinI are ao6nhing right to .th
frontin li tirary .fields, One of thelit
,largest .a'.ngazilies announces theio
nams, of forty-.ox writers of liort
i toriles for thoe coitng year, twonty-
six of whom ie r wriors.

Th Ohliaopo City Council appears tlo
*be adly in need of a little sonpp
ati adwttr. One of lt, eionibers has
l* ben oconvlotod of blection bribepry piud
S is surving ti n, andi y lt he still ro-
taitsa his otilpty seat in thel i cuitol l i

Coal oOns.tiitutd nearly 4, ,pr .eient
of tlhe total tonnage of A.meriman rail-
Sways last year it costs $to87 to carry
S .ton from Y orkshlireo col I Jlds, in
England, to londoni, t ( li taie of 118
miles, or 118 I onits a ton a. .ille,. while
coal is brought from the (aurhondale
S ooal region, in .illiiois, to (thiuago, '271
m r. il for 7Ti e its a tit .

S': no (alendtir year in the history (i
thistl ouitry latvo ouir expirti footed
'.p toOol iunotitidt tii0 t they did In th o
ryfteat ,that hlinga Just heoon brought .to at
.:d 'iioe. 1The ,i>(aKt. iitpronhcli was tth
,:olendar ypar of 1,()0, whlen> outr .
)ports, were' aboit $7, X),000 Iles in. value Io
tarlit during the ,year li0i'. The gainao
ta'dei during thie past yar ?retl ii title:
''I three. months of thi ye ar. Thut
)'eXpirts of $174.784,St.)0 for tho\ month.
f bDecnber formed thie greatest. trade
Record that hai', eov sr blenimadtue in this
S country iI I .y lis i Ihmtiil While he 6
Sthreeh months toRether, shiowing, ox.
port to tho viluit Of nearly $5000(x )
ti are also tlmlparali0led in oitur past'ree-
/ord h Our blilport trade was atstlarger
i:n vahw than thttt otf aniy. teiottU
r yearifoot'ig up it rilound nibitersi
+ 00',tht^ W .W .... .. ...


waters and into troubled ,eaBs. We are
strong, but we should' be generous.
We ar.e commercial, but we should be
fafr. We ar6 law-abiding and should
respect the law. We should' demand
and insist upon' our rights and give
heud to the rights of other. A nation
sl not gre!t merely because it it power-
ful, It Is only great when, by
the force of its example, it lead' the
world toward better things. We must
go forward and not biacuward, but wIe
muist go forward right, Constitutldoal
government uplut be maintained ati all
hazards. On that the Deomcratic
party has always insisted. Thhe re Is no
neidt: toti sawas'hbucklhigg nor. swash-
boklers, 'The people demnand an ad-
lie entie to tie pollilie that have made
usrat iid are ready to rebuke the
polloies that will make us riditculou ,
What will happen with four years more
of Roosevelt is a q ustion that a.ould
give uA pause. Hi. oleotion would
be more than a disaster-ft would be a
oatastrolho* '

COUNTRY LIFE.

The great'papers of thile country, and
maliy of tie smaller onitS, are laviing
much to aty about llmakinlg life easier
for the poorer sections oif. t.le large
cities. And the movenlenot is' well
worthy of commineiidation. 'But appar.
gently they have overlooked the farmer
and his wife and sons and daughters
entirely,
And yet the farmur and tliose de.
pliet de(iit upo11111 iiin are lititled to just.
ais nuchi onsideratLioni s lhis city

T'he lak of opportltullities forminoital
aditievaluiinn lt an ld plhysi al iijoyin, iot
is e b f h bn of th pr i'esintl day farmiior'i
existeniin, and it is becoiniig a soiorinis
problem as to what will beoomi le of the
farms in a few yats it' theo present
exodus contilnesi.
li tt address which he recently do-
liv red, (). P' Austin, stttisticiian of.
the depairtmint of commerce, ad-
vanced the proposiiion 'thal tihe roal
secret of the o Wtlhod to keep tih bright
yonutll of tlh >eountry oni tle lfarm in tlo
furnitah good roads'. The exueuifion of
thui 1trurtal free delivery 'alid of tel'e-
lihoiei linesf are all itops il thy dire.-
ion olif 'am'eloratting country life andi
iln'tkitng it ihore ittraetive to yovitig
pephle ; but after all, the ei xtension of
a good road Bsitem will do iore thanll
all bother things c1mbihe I;
Aeoording to this view, whliih (solen
situind, badly roautdidoi oro thaiit amy-
th4ig else to prt)niote ignoranfiio,, isola.


tioli, ldiscou0tragetiitt a nd disgusti
Bo iXslc h as t bluibiereing iiterest in Manhhturia, to81 roatl. promote at ittedidanei at school"
bot i. e andal khahii and {f the tt :al, tand at latireh. Th'y makes joial
of: .t.companiis io t he Yli river to gatherings, literAtry sioeltive, dratioc
e*ert (bitoe otmliptnun. with the iunitber ontertahnlilents aand 0h ib' and lodlge
trade of those ,'aoJtIl1 coast, that espe. ntieigs posiblo dtig the ,whitr
iallt iterest will at ..lOh to .a report iht otlhs In tlu ttnoti f at good r. adt .
the Itsbje made ly ilenry t1L Miller, the arnfarm filly hass to hlbernate diitr
,Unit tates nul.At Nul.Cihwaaig, lNWg tihrfeN or f0Wr. ltsont'iheil hIn the year,
It is evident that s'onisitderatil pre- su far at'se1 hi'fe is cojuOined, With
giSca has already bheost mtatde ned thait goiod, roads,, thie saie moitthi could
while' the piie beilig h*tlaedi! at 'P'ort rtdtily e made t..iihe m slet Iplaiisa'nt and
-0ta isltici. 'itual to ti O1f6 0ot pro-. it'telhectat'a l, t ihe' mo lst prol itabii :. :
.. ..it..o go d til, l 'f r i' th tolli- h1 yeao '.
) l:sMyseta sof Chiti a l boa Tig art a TIt i fmo, f ptwsh
I' '4que1 rito tts e :M t of t hi, tr, tasisiW T.. : voa ren," + a.

S,'Altoa4Is rouh t tb i wilt, thea0 t lia.:: tio aen
stte' The Itissat asmil' t I paiO, Aeatlq iftar all the b r and4l4


istit fofi'. tt % a ei a.i ti ha oi+ mai y a
9 0.... 1+ :[m


pries of fabrioli of Japanese manuifaa I
o up 10 per cent, says. the Ai i
o4stiitution.The'e reoas give forI
,ths sweeping early advin- e: i that
rany of the silk r ill ppati .e of
autpanr have ,eniltndoorl, be, tript O1
ed for servieQ in .K(re,;a1ad It' imV
possible ttoill their lar ces., It I
added that silk stOck in AYokohama
And New York iareo idedaly IgRht.
Evidently the soilk an adiaturng.
ind stry .iLthe United States, 'largely
once"Frabted at Patterson, i. J.', will
profit immediately and immensely by
reason of hostilities in the Far East.,
And what is true of this particular .in-
dustry must necessarily be true of
other manufacturing industries which
find a competitor in Japan, partioa-
larly inthe Asiticntarkets.
Perhaps this means that American
cotton milll are to have a trade boom-
to compensate them for any disadvan-
tages of abnormially high cotton, for
the Japainese are extensively engaged
in this branch of textile industry and
enter into' brisk competition with our
nills in the Oriental markets. The
wart- will do away for the time be-
big with the Japwneig export trade
and Japan itself may afford an out-
let for American made cotton goode.
Not oiiy 'should our cotton industry
prOft by the lessetiiigof Japan's corn-
Tettion in cotton textile market, but
thjode.ilaid for our cotton goods should
bb considerably enlarged as a result
of ,the 'acessary substitution of cot-
ton for slk good' in certain lines of
InapOuaectuitre, Of late, years inorcer-
iaed and othe qualities of .cotton fab-
ries have eboon gradually, taking the
place of slk goods for -certain ,Uest
and the nhillaned price of silk is like.
'ly, erelong, to greatly stimulate the
s1bstitution t6t the cotton ilmanufac,
tilrer's' advantaet.... :
W'It's an ill wind that blows nobody,
good." Undoubtedlya prolonged' war
in the lFar 'ist will result in vastly in.
creased business for the neutral coin-
inmrtiial nations, and the United States
will feel their full share of the' bone-

A\t the amine tirm, war,. prices press
heavily uponour oWl icoinsuming pub--
lie, and l strovig, high markets will in-
tivitaably inako most of us feel a direct,
persotiul, pecioniary int rest inu this
domestic plase of the sSituation.
il ow'eve the naIItionli in artseiplti I
condition for.aiy tniounnt of prospe r-
i ty., and tihe hopi is universal that
hlush t10es maiy comep to Anisridans
as the re sult of' the present wari'.

Thoso whlo are so positive_ in their
asseirtions that lnssilt will hplip Jlpall,
ougilt to stop and douiSider briefly the
great disadvantage of Russia in tliis
Contest. Ruistsia will soon h ave no
navy, at the present rate Japan is de-
stroying her ships, and will haye 'tC'd
depend entirely oh railroad transpor-
tation. -Experts state that it"will tax
her railroad facilities to haul supplies
for at ranny of 2(X),(X), to say noth ing
about the trainsplortatioii of trootis.
Jlaiitn evidently knew what slshe 'waS
doing wlihen sihe hastened the war in
the Eat. "

G(rovterJleveland ha .lived in thoe
ti nIof inore administrations .than aiy.
other citizen who has' ever be'n prt'si-
dent, beginning with that of Martini
\'an lluren and coinlig down to that
o. Tlhodore Roosevelt, In' all eightein,'
,xeilisivii of iiiit'0.wn "two He Ihas'.also
lived to see six vitcee.fresidents atioceeld
to' the proeideincy, three of theui,
Jolhtuison, A.thutir ail Roosevelt, trunm
ing to 'lti White floistI throughii the
assawinatiion of their predecessaora.
'Thle others werre V' an lintreu. TyIer and
F .... ..... "i ....... ': '* ,'-*'-" '

Thie Russiiian emnpre his ai imensen
Armiy of three i.illio one hundred,
l thousiiad imnai, and in cage of etlmet
Agency this feoretd oould easily be
' sllweld to over twice that nh'mber, but
does. not depend entirely upon this
Sarmi, for she has oe of the biggest
navies the., world. The .United
S'States artasy a year ago was tl .:' a t

Eight .hit ad rid tIty- f if t ne meit: ''
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o'r will knaowfl a koaii:' is $itenri
bf ri apti.astii a s ~tpobbtlei neati;,,-

VsWagin of
?: ..^. NSL


The Pt! nin C C(
made a try sign
that, d iri; thie yea
brl, 1903 lot a sing
killed or inlirid )on
the State ( Nt Yo
otiuneed tl at, Ith1
three years thne' om
in all parts f t Ui
tal of 32,63t,;34l as
persons wer kir d
wreks) aundoiil fi
seriously i.li]T'.

What protect,
farm against liro
man should p
Ipowder with wh t
-iyth the demioni
yotl evcr thou htl
would be best I
ir4tt, just where
tlrwo, an)d how to I

A loug. next spri
citing t iimes Over
f6tirtli world's Stu
tion will bi hel
plaiu)od., thfe Ameei
convention will' c
stealer r March 8,
the steamer May

J, E.:'T. Bowden
be'a candidate for
Sae at largm to t
cratic Convention.
it is iilderstood, a'
l.a nalt naid will v ri


7 fd" 7, 0,,' ; "r *: ,ii: I I":
1.eI :erby annotunh1 in
easy to act is didate (or R*epreset it
pill DeWi'" I l' i aQcopnty in the Dre
This is due to su~jctto the iaotiin of tbh o' at
inlo the liver 'jin- iepr iaty jd)soit thi of
They nevergrlp6. y bw. O ,
the most delt '
are OO certain in ..',' "For TaxCollctcir
co pid r I iereby announce y tI
cure torpid uice, 'date for re-noiinat!io` t0& l e
sness, jWidl-c, tor of AlachuA eouttty,
wArdiff pnoe- Dem ratic prinlaiy,.: f I
n. ." ,. ated and elected, I hla f
oLY i o"nliescientiously fand *bortei
CO., CHICAGQO charge' the duties inombn
tihe Same. alofice. I respectful oeliie
s pectflly,h *i't'W.D. o


Druggists. Cu:n eraf 4o1
T* h/e keiiMoct/w Voters of Al Druggists. I embrace this method of expreasing
S my warmest appreciation for the t On-
ompany 'recently dence you placed in me i: t!and
iitIt;n stateLine1, toontinuoosly froni that .date W'.t,
lan and sincerely trust that> ytO fil-
r ending Septem- dence.has not been betrayed. I'bjve
gle passenger wias endeavored, to the very best of my
ai Pullman ear in ability, to do my duty, regardlj,: of
rk. They al so an. persons or the consequences oiWy-
rk. Tyals self. How well I have slucooded I
tough inl the past leave to you to judge.. I havbeen
pany had carried, encouraged to believe that my efforts
lited States a to. have received the approval of the
senlgers, only tix peaceful, law-loving ,citizie tsf our
(ellr, ou s county, for wiwhich i anm truly*tUaitfu1.
(in two disastrous am again a candidate for the o
)ur person's were of hrif and willappi'reciatoyour sup-
port, and promise, if re-Qtleete4, re-
sune my duties unfettered i',haiy
hav you t promise to special favors, and sialeln-
have you at your deavor in the future, as inthep t
We believe every doinmy duty the best I know how it-
e a chiemical or isigi if eleoted"or defeated 0not t be a
sititth didate for the ofi.;e .alini es-
o aist in battling pectfully, L.. \VJ F4*'E..
'hon again, have
tUs8 of a i re what To the )eiIntC'(. of Alachua c unty.
:what to get out announce myself a cahdidata for
1tid valuable pa- Sheriff of A'lachuta quoty, subject to
thie Dnemocratio primary, If elted
age 1 ire? I shall discharge, the duties of the o-
11lc to the best of cay ability, tid so-
here will be ex- licit te support of Demoeratt -
Jerusalem, The spectfully W."0. HAUE4
y shl.o delegates to t.i so the Dtunoeats of tachua unt:
degates to the As the State Executive Compitztee
Now York on a has selected the 10th day of Iay for
will return on holding our primary eleetio e.Iheby
announce myself: as a candiidai e fr
the position of .lerk of the circuitt
Courtof' Alachuanioi ty, and.I *oiit
Jacksonville is to not only the vote but the supp rt of
legate fom the my, friends to 'sect ,re y nomo action.
National Demo-.I elected I proneto perform t
r. Dowden will dties of the oice.raijhfu ly an y.
S for W t nake this proniL Ie ink
ounce for.W.. oigiily what t;II W tes r


.eve se,.....t....o.b.....1 .,.... re een learned y
of the State in thIl erest of yis a ience Ijtrn t that all Demo
pitig. '.. iy consideriy appeal ij
''" ing their selection,. Respeetull
A Wars of tihe last 3,000 yards are Csup- 8AMUl \IIfN
posed to have coat $ O)i000,00(0,000. I respectfully ailuoncet mi
Each lmanll who falls on the bttlefield candidate for Clerk of the '
tt i C,, ,., ourt of Alachia county, SubJi
costs $2,740 to kill, and the countries thoe t'ioeratie pniary, and
of Europe today are paying to main,- the support of all Democrats, If'
tain an "arted neutralityy, tie small ed I shall perforl.the duties oft
s1unti of -$ g ,second. flice to the best of my ability,'
.. spectfully, J. MAXEY DI
Tudge Wright of Jacksonville has For County Superintendent of Sc
withidrawn fro tihe race for Congress. I respectflly .announce my
But luht'anilouuncemelit hlas nlot called candidate for the' office Of Si
for much figuring as to which of th0l teident .tof Pubtlicl'nstrction t0
live cilandidates are to be benelitted by chi Icoun solicit those 1por
his wse decion, emooraits, aid promise, if elet
use every honornible effort to a
Stockton, Broward and lRarrs in pubic school interMaof th
their hand and glove campaign are .
ihavig a-hard time in keeping clear of I hereby annooinct myself a
each other's corns. Theirs is a hard date for the office of Sup rirti
campaign to manage of Publico lnstruetion of'Aajithu
.'y'ubjec 0eto the action of the
r t --.-:;ri ina ry,. ad resipe 0t full
Taliaferro and Davis are mniaking it 'he supportrof all De.mocratie
lively it W\st Florida. They have but ;esipectfully, _._ KEL
a few days in wluieh to canvass at this I am a candidate for thl o
tiune, but they are. making hay "whi o-iperintendent of' Publioo Inst
tlhe saun shines. c, Alsachina county, 1utSbjeitt to th
.__ thle Democratie PrilA ti.n a
.......... thli supporai. of D etocratic ,e
The coming of W.. Bryan to Flor elected, ill favor retren
ida will 'otu at.istt (,'ivrtiior JoneiliogS atid the payment of the .chei l-
to any groait extent. A 'dodge like J. 1IKE
that in IpliticS cnt be -worked, 'the ForTax Assessor.
second.tim i :.. -
sI respectfully announce .sy
...... .... ..ndidate foi the'ot.fl e, o l'Tax
It costs nothing to beomnea caui-ofAlaehutoioity,a(ubjectt
datt for delegate tothe nat*ioii oon rat primary. o aPting best
t i n lto Oil out th ilulexiired to
veation in the coming: pi.ary There J'Wleeso, t ow ask1thus
ougllht to be a goRod rop of oanfdidatei. f Algehca.tounty for theiti
th... po li I wil dIoali tn y
Sparkman. and M asmeu Arer goig toa faithful and etlties
tO make it Iteresting durln, the ne.it ks eachueedtn
foe* weeks,.The Firlt distiei '.hla. a fully, WitLIS W8
Snist itiereilsting amplitiin in. ... .,.+ Fo G, y.,iJd
I h or A ounty Judge.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, eemoc iop


nueeInns sai 'n is asWe tetoso

#00A0t fts ADtaY Otl Ate of: the es'atU
co;t. ,I
Fpr CoMriV Trea*srr.
The Meds of W. H1 .Robetaiw i I a qia z4i fr:,,
jre* hit"u ldt & omiis a; riWb qate tU


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AT T l TABERNACLE


The rqowvd Was Large.

PEOPLE FACED THE RAIN

o intereated Have They Become That

Fouri terfsting Lectures Delivered:
bProminent Peo he.

11 *eafher T l)r$day, greaf crowds
0l6e to the Tabernacle to be pres-
.It tbsserviee- of the Winter Bible
nfef.rin!!e. Some went with unn-
":as others with imackiitoshes,
Whe still others hadlneither umbrella
Ori kintosh,. but braved the tor-
ittokif rati it order to hoar tlie
o d of God as spoken, by the earithly
lhatiplonsof His cause.
At half-past 9 o'clook:in the itiorninog
1r. f04 R.. 0. Brown, the groat lecturer
a .nd, Bible reader :who has stirred
hUndreds at these meetings by his olo-
,iepi;and impressive remarks, spoke
again on the Book ofiLeviticus in atih.
a remarkable and- impressive manner
That those who werbproesent were glad
h^eyi ~nei. Dr. Brownlis certainly a
'onuderfulitpeaker, and has created a
,rleimpressio here.
10S86Dr k Blacikstone of Chicago
Svorke the' congregation with a most
iterestiil lecture Dr. Black'stoine
as the hfrst lecturer on the platforiTy!
of this donferenoe, at which .thi'shiii
Made miny admirers. [eH ltas'i;-.
liver'ed several iiistructive and i"n'
predalve leItllrls, antd;thoe,' who. have
h ard him are deeplIyl.im pressed with)
Sht i has to say..
At 2:80 in the afternoon D)r. 8 H.
Uadiey, the noted divine of New Pork,
who, is here with his estimable wife,.
delivered his first lecture. Dr. Hlad-
in charge of the Jerry MeAuley
fis Ion in New York, and eontintd hits
retn rk" largely to mission work
,a cg the lower class. -His address
as very ipressivp, and was appre-
hat 4 by thoge wil heard it. It do-
thl e (fac th t Dr. HIadley is a
Wo rful spea rland his congrega-
tbe o:large.


the eveniigOr ,Q G. rough-
the em tinent Baptist dBvis'tIY ,t! "
, preached.anu interesting storinmo
airsized congregationm. Theweather
go inmcletlent that lniany who were
puts to be' present otlId not go,
hevrthleless it wns a flattering
ring. Dr, Broughton is a flue
eor,
'Friday's Services.
proceedings at the Bible con-.
e wre full otf iittirest Friday,
thtanding Mthat the Iconferesince
men iB progress nearly two weeks,
at is apparently keeping iup and
oniotersapf the conference feel
encouraged. '
y ltothiing at 9 :*0 o'clock D),r.
rowi, delivered another t'
ring Ba| impressive lecturee
.be, B.0ib o f Leviticus, 'wlidli
S"tongregation interested for
*. ")r. Brown .i certainly a
apeak~r sand tthi pioiple of
ile 'iad VlitOrs tO the eonfter
uId be ongratulatled at hav-
lere1] He has done a great.
|rds making thie optiference a,

80 in the morning Dr, Len.. (..
pa of Atlanta,. the distin-
Bhaptist divine wIho i said ito
test in the Sotith, delivered ani
ig serilmonl, the (tubjeet of
Bible Stiudy From a $ys.-
ihtdolint." The Doctor it-
roge congregation for
g a great, imp.ress!uonu

o0'loock li the "after-
Ihtn agialn dellvierrd a
Wrhti.t was heard by a,
idton. iThlis was Dr.
t lecture.t ,al' 'was
return to, his hotie and
AtltUt:.He is an elo. '
r utiniwill : be astmIl
St the next ss'; sio of Vthe

P#FIe Bfi, il.-tl Haidey of
e d. The conorgtiens,
e, ac stul, doe probt-aa

: trnliry atta a the ssr-
qwaws.t oo*loaait1t


ui~rniitedsatigetip

r rthese .ei'tliiseari






of Leviticus, whiett
r-om itl rst tohith i
Slowed biy Rew. D.' I
terested hil iearer ),
with a atrrii.g 'ernae

neoeasaryforhimi to
enee ot that di4i, i
called him t;o anew fli
posed, With hiB)good i
the afternoon trainfo
he would conduct a'
Dr. Strousp and his g`
a fine ipression hierl
they are th venerabM
Clarenae B. Strouse, I
plished -so much for


.0 o'cluck,

11 ie H ook

it, was fl.lk
so', ho. h .iit-
ty iiuin ti'ie
Or.. Stru.e
-would lie

iiant hiL Id

t) dte artt ilt
.itl kit, a.linre
ival lscrvut,
wiit,' cruttttd
eiiltly sinu-e
1mi'ln i)f ltr.
, hit 1 ,! llt0111.
ni.,vil ha, and


the prayers of the go oplhi luLdI the
confertie, will go wit i-'i,
In the afternoon Dr. l 0ti,'kiitone of
Chicago, who is one of th i iiiost imn.
pressive speakers in ~ lu tonttrir ,t',
favored a large ogIinttrog tlii iwithl 'nt.
of his famous l,~ o I-r. Ilitehk-
stone hlas wo llt ": of finally
hit arrival herm I' i t, in j f -theO
conference, an ;'" ;. Arll'' g tid tto
know. that he a F'l F 0"li itl this
spiritua.lio t i W
.'li i t ilig .ht.D 'Dlo,,, tii,. ol s'
worker of thel u Ah: it.ih Mission,
.New..York Oit!y rd tti 'utigrg, ga,
4t0ol with anio i0 b4'.titres. Dr.
1'ifdley isa ma britd ;and gener-
ouiorviews .and' work i. living re-
eived in ,Gainesv) le i' it(it grcat tdoal
of interest. He i iieoulttiitd Iy htis
good wife,. and .t hey Jire nimkintg .
number of friehds1 lti will lie gild .at
mall times'in futotrl to., w il( tne thont


here again.

a OFF T
Rev. D, B. Strou
vival in Th
Rev. and Mrs,
ed yesterday for
latter expects to
and immorality ii
iLt Churnh.


?ALATKA.

Will Begin a Re-
City Today.
1!. SIronu d'part-
'alattkai, \vli're the
begin it warti n si'n
St.. hluit.esi Methodl-


INTERESTINt ALKS

MR i HWAN TAYLOR

l'inent Missionary if (Cinn. Fa.
vors R of The BSun.

SHE E5(RESeSS HER VIWS

Onthe Effect the Russian-.dpanese
War Will Have Over China, Espe.
daily the liiterior-Modes and Hahjis
of the Chinese.
Mrs. ilowaIr. Taylor, it IisiOaiary to
Chihia, \wifr of Dr. UoWard raylor of
Iodoiti, attda titglbter o I). rattan
Gtiilllteds of l,ti tdon liig,, fotluder of
the Missiontary Tralninug Collegou at
lilarley Ilouse Bow, Ioitdoin, E. "C.,
from whliiclh niore tlhali ol'ie thouMltd.
!tisionarie8 hive bo01i selit out to alli
parts of tihe world. wtitbin( thie past
thirty years, sibe, the institution was
foun'ided, has beeti in ahiniesville in
attendance ait the Winter litbl Cont-
foren.ue, whuore vshe has delitvered soV-
oral loetnreg qii Chiina and tnissionary
work iti that enilliro,.
Mrs. Taylor has beotn sixts Iviyears a
miissionary in oeitral COhiino, atndl i
thoroughly versed with thoi habits alnd
cti 'ithe tativi's. S1 it' njoysi a
',W llp1titatiolti t ami ti iSiontiary,
tuld talkj terestingly otl tubjootsr ru.
lating 'to the Chinese aiid their habits
Atid oustomli. She wa lotil from. her
father's cotilege to the itte'rior of
hina sixteen years agot and there rinet
Dr. Taylir,, engaged ti intesioniar.y
work, togettier they worked in thu
ProvhiNte of lloumta, OCutrtil thinai
luid wore ftinal.ly ianirried
Dr. T'aylor, Wlti0 s ilow in (Ohina, 1st
thle son of lHon..1 iudson Taylor of
London, founder of the COhlineo Ien.
land Mihlsio, a mission whlioh now hlas
more than eight hundred umrisionamirhqs
worki-nk ili tit interior of the empire,
with about threeI hundred itationi In
tlio interior tjveto itiisiolnmratrit collt
frm ti all dnomintnitioi', (and tart work.
ing in hlritnony, aiitd .mtinliii with
grittlit h ritgotraemnvot ii .tht work,
Mrs, Taylor givt's an intertting story
otf Chil n li, nd ti lls of the effect v ti,
itiAnttulls'-luis5siatin war will hiive' mi tlh
(Crhie Stue Vie'Y.:
Mrs. Taylor's Views,


mo ii n in thai a lofa oh l.
a Wlli awUI 'l lizt ,tfhe li h
flortnlltty forbrisininelolitant

ago, bet.en04h v th
ty i aNig to th a ol oi.dk~, to h ntadt
p .io ,a oi it, | I an, b rie nit( t ;!+ rnl t
led. to vtht agriltleni dihou n tf 4f
liv. ii Wst~r> y)ia.i,; o,! t tosl
lila. in\:oa Hdwe hIavI.1 oart nit

thiig for, Hiis own glory.
trniln the lote troubles n t(n)
tho C!hint iEanind cHitiosn,+ sotitrt4
vory svtrely. Moro thuan ltrty of our
Stnirria worro le a iicaysired in the ini.
teri(Or, ias wii as ;ianly of the native
Christian, In ouir lit s$iol W
icarry 1iar M, or tteiluptr to itahim any in.
,denuity for iour loise, Afttwr tio
Iioxt'r croiblos were ove ro r eii issitio.-
itri t rnt to their stations iii tht, ii.
tt'ior in a forgive ig tild frietlly Spirit,
aild tho fitt. that they did not requimr
itlly tyo' lt) iliishd, lnti wohl riot
reee:?.iv ,t.sal rle itp noly of money it il-
deitniitly itadoi 'i great impression onb
thi O ( iiuAitl ollicit I t aml peopi,, It
I-t l'd(l thinr htirtus toward u in A
ost. roiuirktt(i' wanyso that we lhaiv
hltld miore lslestiiigt oin itr work >l riioig
..lof'st ya aor twio thln over betfroh.
last yiar re ihad thle joy oif imptthing
about. 2,ttl)X) (,ointvoirt froim mIongI, ln
('lihiese. In thi0 wiiy (tMd ovtirnrW,.
Ill tliin 's for good, i nut nialltk in>
writh of itni to ir(istil' intll'.
lir, mt(1d Mrs. Ti'yklr iopmnted two nio\v
eitih.t l In C itiral (liiui ilit whi o li no
niks itit'ty -rwork halus ever ltevi cnirlniv(
o', initd lit both of whilh i.thert atre

Mrts, Tlitlor, sido from bogitg i nis-
Siq lry, t injo t ithIo rtplitaton I lt n
ii o htl r,. hii inig' mrittoIen svvqril vrild i-
aitblo s.I ) iii rtterotii oi k tilt o Cit iotr
that; hlitV riot liti o hci "i athi. ofovor
t),0(Xt); Her litat workk i i hell tihd
"' to liht.,ofi Pttstor IlI i'.' ittuli rme
itllark til lh Otlitaniiili whii wat' t.ilaie. a
great h.ltlssing to hi towtli tiioopil. li is
l,,astory oft hIrilliiig ititorost, and 1,M,()
coities wore soltL witii i (,Avo weeks
after its pbliathtlout l st C(htrist.liis
thimi. Thi took, as well it otitlinr
works iof i)r, alit MrIt, iTityilor, niity io
p liiinited fro titi l ullhe o no f hil 0 (lii6il
Iliindl. Mimtsmns, 72 \V itortittttiit
b ilding, !'hI ladi lpi. ia,
A Delghtful Affair,
In lhit T ot't Iioutt of t Imr lti hi birthl-
daiy, litl:e l MiLu tile (ao ilass, o)to tof
,tihi 0ev1eret 4itthi lhdi, hitt

'This eOlin entllev igetist, is tho? father My'ly fl If ai busliand .liltu1 Ih;(t II villa, i ltn(lured iher .ri,,iMs with rto-
of Dr, Clarenace, Strousio. Hl anI workiiig it1 lit i r'ir oi C tonhral C(hina iI ptlioni ai nd vilhntii plu rty at it r
I e.jt ave..Ioan n (Jaines- for nearly twlrtity ypttirs We Lt vi in 1t 1 hi h iitDi Saturdaytitfylt roIi, Tn h liit tt
ville for" tihets p ti' s t'ritaLi t t utry t 2o1,5)0(1 Chitliestiton- Mihss who is oune f th it l it popultu hir
lice at the iilh conference, the D e. verts Iint loni ition will th hte tirhis, in ihe t city, wti Il t i r iitti of t iianty
tor delivering several stirring lectures. Allotr mui iotinartKs u 'ai r w hu hlii, i iin lhiiA minmt pre I rsnt oI tim is tu(eisim n,i
fHe is an earritist worked r nfo tltl ei so dreas, aid wtt ailslt I v in iwv i llo .is oItthl It'ts I tuih l'ri it. n ts d to iiit, lh lof
of Christ, and will ito doubt auh c, d in houies, Tiin y liky lht i cceed i, her glicstta ti utifttil r v nikt iit,' ittil
taking a big sceeoss of tlhe i alatka "Maitty of LIour staltinl aro 'several ilOw little ftoll(k wil wet rotIt ltrstt tlt rt-
n ctintg. niu iths' jouiritiy rrfoni i e lli' slist,(itid iti port m, ntitst dt'o t tlilght illf t t r(ll.rnio i, lit.'
D)r. and Mrs. Strouse exprttutod Ie- places t tt vi'.rl lit other E'rino'tqiim hlm vt lit ioutu rfritr hint enm trI ro id'u rvt l
grot that they were nu bli to reinain llbt'eiti sei bi'fo)re Th n to I Iofh h t rav l irr, .. t f F Ai. r i;' .ti 'f'i F
in Gainemsillo longer, but ttht former lactks 4 great, l di f (tf riti g tn odi'rll in
felt that the Spirit of the Lord haid Chiiia, Iieni, we tt minits tr;ve l by iliyiln Pei F' tv .t I 't..'l 1 '1to ' l,?O; ,o0Ot
called him to tiother IhIld. -'41uoI'l inmodes of loettn'i'tlimt, 'mstth i hoioti'- i tu i:Yari ,
good people of tiaiinesvill are blessed bo t t u ii .tlhe rivvire anild .*inialsu .utith wlulmlW I' utl, I"'t I:; tiF1 t iti
for the present with a n btmber of work- chair in the oilut ofl tf tlt il litry, ) t'it I|) il !;i '' 't'r"'' F 'im tl l F' d o, -tintI
ers itn th cause oo tli Lord," lie said, whooelbarrowsi i lentirni (dhilir. nii, td f LI1' t i' ,: t '' Il u 1t;L i'it t l'Fii L1, w
"anh d I fel' that nmy serviclo at li Oroe lia h vy ispringlotssi ttts,o drl liaw by iia illes, ttf1 it t I' t r iit'', Il. i L ..'tlt '/,-
in demand t el.sei whtrlc O. u r mniilu-liltitri, in iho iin rthl, T ihiot r .,-itrt i 'hi Ft 't ,', (*r llituti $1m 7 ', ',
Dr. andt Mrs. Stpropany ae p rly iiid r dit l tinch hJtt tit't"-"'" ,r'ie' t'diilt ,l' il .,ii 'li t
friendA t urjring thim ir sojonti i.tjero who rallwayl, and iho i tlo rni tan t. .hey ntt ,i,,, u'ti lt ) i, t itb.i' rtiiit i T'h'mu
will bi giad to weleoile titun i gain. areo just .bm iniiIli g to naike railroads it lF 0 <. !'I it F'il.' ,mt y h,
... ..-- ..-..- --.--' otu'ev' wyfr,w whi.ht wil bri big great" i .
IRELAND'S OWN. BANDO. ali i suitt( of'thi a i '. L

Musical. Organizan From Emerld fh live Ahamttit ttrt..nly oti dittimr.
Ille.W ii Play alW orld's Fair, I Il tltitit ri. ha,, t tluil f st. t th l totiittll F t 'i

hind, the fliuest orgaillution of m tii- flo rlr id ri., girk, Mgit .li ttoni it pdiL ,n.i 1101. 1,; L IF I
cians hn all Irelatnd ,wi :' play it tt h Tih, T? article oft dhi t w i t ni. t '' t't
World's Fair. The b nd ha i cais iompotiod are tilk fiti t baittr,df. :tithi pulit.ttim at'iF,.:. ri"'it ,F tli- 'tt tiituta n it
oof.slxty imoielsii ea ott(u'l n a prinite it r"ttl;. 'Phi' ,( ihi t lut brist' a iu F 7 I t'd ii t Ft'u 27 it I 'i ' I'li (I ilt 'h witi hIt r. Ir The Iitid hai' weo so i v ry lirStF vOry puor, sloi"it2 hitt; t tit u' I it.Mi'il 12l w ..orf i. t,.Lwu -L.t'l
prize offtedt il Irlland sicet: I: o.3'h The 'EtFr. o Wart, a* t't ul'It 1 t u l 1 ti .' (tr lti iut
organizaFion -id ti be of the high r t. l tiit r'L F1 ti' i
'et clas-tone, intotio, exieuttittlon ind u, t i 4 Very t ,
ett01uite ble., rifnecision itAnd'-.- ttrunttit .iat ..t l ir i.' i ., t' eray itii .lit t ,l.'.I," 'i i atil'''f tiltit's. ul "
than. It is claintad a ev'y :l fIt thlerittso.t war*ii .hatdlo prolimged u
ion. IltAi s01hin It evo ryinr .w.i "
in the #xi.y il.a#to. Uet italeir." I certaii t hi T t ii i 1) u lt kIuli oft t lt
I..t.mph.cat.ot.. ip OClns. 'r1 h pO r et 'i'. my L .yIoe Eli "t ,
N ws From Cootet Pond, yr t i>iBitt Ie y lu< t ff) 't i ts o f Cooter Pond. Fob. 13--Thle fsh are arc M'anchiil, Thiy. .u.ut
  • cominieiOcing tobit ,. 1 O. by .ft J. iutry ibo t. thre t dr;l yte .rs -- _-.-.. .; ..:,L..
    tiariltin, ih n hi; a bt- t ..i ond .u i ag to l lad th tte 't uti l 'ui y a .ity o 'It MtIot-lllK t'ttlhNrhfl.AStTIt
    ,h tso mheet01 a1er hiu t o -.( te iit it li tJ.l
    F t, bW other day. S' .. of whiintt lh lotoi d oft o .h4 t 4 1. t n i t p 41 tt
    The good people of tti' 4 isttity are A tt-i.re fdty 1104 eitliehm 8 lO'.riIl1 Chfis otoiAVo41 I Ntti u (
    putting a ,bridge a. rous Rftocky j. ..res6kI. f $h t% i ir tthi prtese l at" f e
    at lack re' k fd fiti.# T spetki Oeie!eaitthit tl u'
    well for our .eo u1n6ity. W illw ru .t ut nl ittt ji
    school loshei l yetsrt .d'ay with '*4iC' 1 i ). #t lt uftk4l 'ad itt -o f J,. ri t i rat <' ,!15's".1: it.i,- t .
    p 4a. Th pa i ron i atill r iens llr weres m pi i
    ll'wl.ii.It- iiti tfci i
    ltitl4o tstea4 n thne afIteraoo. bia, iaa Kg 3 t,
    Lsp~~o a ld i alogues were tBtitW dangeOr I I s I'ut'ihi
    .' 4 lheid ev .s iir "tl- .~J L tyaire A co opal l0t0f S
    Iive ollist; ; ateb *! cat~i d at half- F.,FF.....u.......F.. ..L

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    14 t# Hasppen T ,idid Ihort Paraap
    So 'That Hre 4 Runs May R ed
    It in The S'n*

    99 h)w'o1 1hitarmy was trading In,

    sIa mson's' Wotudrful Salve t 1I
    s~ipe by if. W. Mcol um & Co.
    Sta Leonard .eturped to I'igh
    '.' lgs yesterday, after a brief busl.
    veto trip to this eity,
    Miss Annie Prie, a l artling young
    lady of Arno, is i the .ity fo a few
    days attending the oible conference
    HIenry 1Byan of tImptville, one oft
    S the Value4 employee of the CampviIle
    oBrik Company, .s among the. v'is
    I tors to Olt
    sto Gaipeaijie yesterday.
    O!ur ohc'lad Isbor contract is in
    great do' td among all employer "of
    rice 6r, 0A for lean than 10,
    '.r pr d, cash with order.
    aAdds u4 ineaviile, IFla.i tf
    Th4i friends f J, Ricks of Bell will
    ie pleased t0 knabw that he's get.
    inog better" He has beep suffering for
    helaet four 'weeks wIth a sever c0aa
    Spetona. It is hojed hie will be

    SAnd Mrs 3. 13. E person, and
    S *t',: Jr.,, of Willi.ton, have .been
    t alty for the pabt day, or to 0 at
    0161) the Bible ooptierence, Mr.
    Is ole of 60 -leaditng tiier-
    ls of WilIstop, and enjoys "
    pripfltablejtad'e through that ,sc4tt
    'rV S. mo, Who hasi been vlsi-
    t:n 4hi t Mghster., Mr,' lew.is, 'at
    faaepassed through tie city 0 on
    ~puate tn bl. honr at "Por,, Ogdent
    Where l, ownI : ini orange .grove.
    p ,J.iAoto'fr'srtamy' (mliincsvillet friends.
    a {9e.glhtd at tnhe olpportnmi'y togreet
    'f ggain.
    d.s Iafiry Alliocik nitud Mrs ),. A,
    )itnatwily, two popular. Hlgh Springs,
    vs visited our Oity y esterd ay Mis a
    k was maiiger of, the New York i
    Itury Compsny of fligh Sprengs
    Stl 'cl stool wtas. old by J., NoeW*
    b iOr to W. Summer. :Shie n1ow.
    Sopostes omnbarkltig in the millinery
    e0 abroe ant wtas it i (la'i uitsvil (
    l -e 'urpose of buiyiing her spring
    #,;fromageont of stitern Jobbing
    whho ari alhowing telimr line of
    fOerstok tot arrive Mlis Al rok
    Listing Receler T. E. Owens im*
    siig of thel bantrupt stock of .1.

    4tero a brief staty in this aity, dur-
    fwhloh time asize delivered several
    otatiove leetur osbn "MissBaoh" Work
    A er' .Or thi6a." before. the BItble
    fot.r.encMrs. lHoward Taylor d.-'
    t Yte 1 yesterday' for Baltimore, _much:
    th re o tim many frlonds shie
    Sana.a hte. Thit beloved lady hals
    l fori the pa-t ~ixteei year per-
    tlsig rslasionary' work in thi ini. i
    a r of 1hi00%, a' is a w,,oman of
    4' e1x une." Heir leot res. which
    strad bych srt, were atioi'ngI
    ftor te^tnf tI enttre con.
    ,f* (t i I hek ll hwelo'mod
    id t, cofeorie n'.ext 'year.
    ahep os regrets that shoe could
    l", ot ty m o 'dhi's etty > .' *** S1"
    1" it 0 t, Wiof dn dsor was a visitor
    toOqalnsville 'yesterday,'' -
    S:' . artslh aitd wife' of liague
    we're trading in the o'ity yesterday.
    ':: A. Itoisborougla qf Windsor was
    apeactifg bushlness in this. city tyes-

    '. W 1. Sma of lingue was among
    bsltless visitors to: th s eity yes.
    ' Xv. toward, a progressive farmer
    o f eba.nka, was asong the visitors

    ^'' W, Waits, a *isuer ,: us of
    I iwthior, was among those who visi.t
    e1 ; 9 silty yeatetay.
    Weburto of Highaz iwas as oirs


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    rl 5 Wit llit, w'was aNmong e Ohevie-
    thi et erday. Mt.Med-
    S opn th oldest and m ill
    1lbithe bslnesie .tand hs enjoyed
    Ope t sr4e forriny nyearets
    S'Gothie'. aid J.I. W. Thomas, of
    Rohelle were, among the visitors to'
    this city yesterday. Mr. Guthrie is
    ouo of The Sun's orldet and niostval-.
    aed subsorltbers; while Mr. Thomas is
    a progremolve young planter of that
    section.
    A false alarm of fire was turned in
    from 0io, 40, at 11:2(9 last night, to
    wh10h the department responded
    promptly. The firemen were really
    disappointed that there, was "nothing
    dog," but showed that they were
    alert, intiriing out so promptly,
    Luias Black, member of the firm of
    Padgett & Black, naval s-tores,
    Hague, was a business visitor to
    this eity yesterday. Mr. Black, who is
    probably one of the youngest naval
    stores operators in the South, is one of
    the shrewdet, and as manager bf the
    buslnes at Hague has been very suc.
    'eseaful
    Med es id 0. O..racy "and 'II W4req
    of tigh Springs pHased through the
    ,ity f asterday .e'n rot.it home from
    Jacksonville, where they went to at-
    tepd thie convention of the New Cen-
    tury Club' as representatives off
    the High Springs society. They
    'eport a tost successful and eon-
    ijpable meeting.
    S m, J. Mo Rao, a progressive ,plant
    orl! Harlenm, IPutnam county, was
    anionit the visitors ,to this city yester-
    day, having 6o)n0 to en ter a hlomeetead
    ill the UJnitd Staties land ofliee Mr.
    MoRale is one of the most influential
    citizens in hist BecotiBon, where hre hha
    reslded for the past. sev 1n years, 110
    gi originally from iGeorgia.
    W. T. Jaokpon of Watburg was i'll
    the o*ty yesterday and made Thoe Sun
    an agreeable call, Mr, .'Jaknolt camera
    for the purpose o f accompanyingy his
    daughter, Mrs. Ernoummett Johnson', uand
    her son of Oliharlestfon, S 0., to his
    hllome, whero they will 'peijd sev ral
    days <^ a vii.t Mrs; phhson has
    beea hore forr iveral deys 'ais gue st of
    the family of lon. AV. It oAbertsoin,
    i:d has been attending tl Bibhle cni.
    forence' SheS hias many friends in thiis
    nation who Were glad to see her.
    Mrs. (1,E.Morrison of MIelrose, who
    hlas boon conilleld in thet city jail inll
    this eity for the past throoe montlis
    ppon. n charge of tlireatinilog to ,oml..
    init a broach of the peace and do daim-
    age to property, was yesterday re.
    loaded, byo rder of J utico vo No ozky
    of Melrose,. This wotan -was ar-
    raigned l)ofore theo Mtlrose jjistice and
    sentunoed 'to three motihlis in prison,
    but was afterwards pardoned. The of-
    1lhials horo state that she tsi0lrt)i have
    originally been placed under a peace
    bond, which would ha.e settled the0
    natter,
    After spending a short ieO into this
    city in attendance at the tlihblo' con-
    f.rticti, delivering several interesting
    anild stirring lectures, Dr. Ln,. (.
    llroughtotip the emiient,. Baptist dl-
    vitne of Atlantl (xpects this morning
    to return tO his Ito'tn; lDr. Broghutok
    15 ode'of the moat impressive and clo'
    quent divine. in tlhe South, aod his
    work was highly appreciated by those
    who heard him speak. He has the
    reputation of addressing the largest
    o3ngegatatios south of Washington,
    and his serviyoe are *ppreclated wher-
    ever he goes. It Ua to be regretted
    that he ooaid not remain longer in

    As will b seecn from .hi announce-
    ment elsewhere, Prof, 0. M. Tilman i
    will be 4 oadidate for representative
    to the L llature hi the coming cam-
    lt)aigtl, r:cf;'em2.' Tlizeats,. WhOp fIsprnci-
    pal f tI 4wla :mitiar 'Reie,' :Is one,

    ecuaty^, )tr $olre4. i 'wt ~ dt* oc~ttioa


    through I anbli4 schools of Aisettisa
    co bunty, hult it.s' 406d.otn, and t.
    lthsnth to *14ivisw the aim atas
    which a goo4 editibon slords. lie
    has beaou toi su ti tm1t.i a tea1i;r i 1
    thie samen o I l Which Ie *as edo
    satal.a idai sikk ways tbe of.


    *^ g fto the dity p*yterday, at M
    itr Wlxsten eof\Vi dbwsaonong se
    Vlsitcr to this elty yesterday, by


    Justicde ;, fi:.Strokes*4f Catoptil9
    'wps'among the V.ibitori to this 'etr
    yesterday, '
    S Prof, iJ. A. Ormoid of Martha Per.y'!
    'stituto., oche'lle, wa a visitor 4q
    Qaineaville yesterday, .
    pL L*.or ore fthme rna. allstoresa opu

    ors to thi tyesity yesterdt',t a
    'Frank F trd eorae o aRthel o, nag o
    were among those who favored Gaiaea-
    ville w ith a visth yesterdY y.
    'A. 8. And T. I. ',VWilkeres, two cliti
    zsen of Windsor, were aopng those
    who visited the city yesterday.
    Edward Reese of Taeoma, one of the
    progressive farmtre of Alachua coun.
    ty, was trading in the city pyestadaye.
    W. F. QriBsomof Rochelle, one of
    the progressive farmers of that sec.
    tion, was trading in the city yesterday.
    Mrs. C 0. Barr and her accom.
    plilshe daughter, Miss Katie; were in
    the city from High Springs yesterday.
    Hiram Hunter, fta progressive farm-
    er of the LaCroose section, was among
    the visitors to the county capital yes.
    terday.
    T. J. Perry of Rochnblle, one of Ala-
    chua county's competent deputy sher-
    i ts, was among the visitors to this city
    yesterday.
    Miss Ruby Hawkius, for the past
    term the efficient teacher of the Ta-
    coma school, was a v itor to this city
    yesterday.
    Prof. R, H. Montgomery of Windsor
    was in the city yesterday. Hie has
    jhut closed a succestfl 'term of the-
    Vaecahoota school '
    .Robert Nohles and George Byles of
    Wildsor were among the visitors to
    thit city yesterday. The latter i a
    successful merchant of that town.
    IR, S Bradley of Wacahoota, W. A.
    Snowden of Micanopy and W. S. Jack-
    sor of Lake View' were among those
    who visited Gainesville yesterday.
    Miss Ethel Sharman wof the Lake
    View school was in t le'city fora few
    houral y.sterday,'being e i route home.
    The school has just olosed a prosperous
    sess ion,
    1). W. Bartn of Rlocky Point was
    irt the city yePterday, Hee was ac-
    comipamieI hy his accomplished daugh-
    ter', MiissJ ,ii t, who came on a shop-
    pilg tour.
    Miss Ida Wiggins, a charming young
    lady of (-ampvill Ie.was in the city for
    a fN4w hours .1itterday. She was en
    routo to her hiome from the Spring Iaill
    school, which she has just closed after
    a successful session.
    M.AI, Dliisler of Jlenlningtoni, J. WV
    Carter of Micanopy, John Kite of
    lRocky Creek, S. 0. Zetrouer of Ro-
    luiiille alnd G. Hartwell Kelley of
    VWindsi',vere among the visitors to
    0tainesville yesterday.
    1), I Coiu'elly of LCrosse was
    among Lthe visitors to this city yester.
    day. lieo ialkd at The Sun office and
    renowed his lubscription. Mr. Con-
    nelly is'one of The Sun's oldest :and
    most valued subsoribers.
    ,J. 'i, Feaster, formerly of Rocholle
    hut who is now conducting a fish bas-
    Iness at Waonhoota, was among the"
    visitors to this city yesterday, Mr.
    Feoaster is catching a large 'Inumber of
    tine, fresh water Hish whieh are bring-
    ing good price
    lHeony B. King, formerly of Windsor
    but Whot noiw traveling for a 'large
    cigar manufacturingg concern of Tam-
    pa, after a fdw days spent in tl! city,
    made his departure yesterday for points
    North. Mr, King hasmuaniy friends in
    this seotion 'who are always glad to
    sie him. .
    F,.V; Teague of Ocala;, who is en.
    gaged in .;he hardWood business ex-
    ten'ively in Alasohua county, passed
    through thr oity yesterday from PI'ara.
    disc, where he ha. been for the past
    few weeks seperintemlitg his business
    Mr Teague Is one of the shrewdest
    business teb in the State,
    A after a b~ef but ple 4snt visit to his
    'famtn .ilyin^tb 'ctyl 'W.. A. Jonttes 'ye*-
    'turned to Leesburg yesterliy. 'r.
    Jonrtes Is.in th sMploy.cf.'0,I O Sith,
    anI exteni<)i arostie'tottraotor wholi


    p.eratlng jasr. Leesburg, He ti Well
    pleased witt nl h oitolt and ltl t i i,.s
    one of the mos lit plealst he hisevi
    had;,". ' .: :,..
    Among ltkh6 promtiselnmet vastors to


    m"t abitaUiMl fam a bRoot 004 thOs


    me
    at
    B.
    nav
    but


    1t rtp Ilnhei ele.! i tnad teaes mtioey' af
    1o Venable, thoe .Il nmaw14.n4 'ostmister Arnow, 1has
    p'em abperat@t of I aispahp b ,' WvAa iPd for lef trouble, sine
    Vgl 'visitor s t o f ay ya ster eived 'by delive ry ,
    nyell ble s aIyell, 'ihna of aste" .&rpow three, ci
    epp business blitp and Is tiojdol'ar an `0 wo oue-
    sie inaet ie t big supesi siut, of i The cirncuntmtaes of
    Wee In the naval stores besi. 1tAnd Ore fanpIlir to Ub41
    . as suc sf ly conducted t will be resemiered
    aliw L busmnoass with Mr A Jones u a small ball whi
    Kan" a for some time. ., grenbac aBc tps
    .' all, formerly a progressive ae
    al s operator of FairbAnks ,twas real sey
    who low engaged extensively Ac6tat
    th~ko a hiteS o


    li this bf ess in Jennjimgs, was among
    the viot o o this city yesterday. Mr.'
    McOall as that hie is employing
    nearly a red men at Jennings aind
    he expect is seaso' to make a great
    thing 0out ,he vent1e. His friends
    were glad ee him and to learn that
    he is doing 11.
    B. J. Pott of Ocala, superintendent
    of the Unio ihosphate Company, who
    are operatin on the Jacksonville and
    Soutliwester railroad about nin,
    miles from ( inesville, passed through
    the city yes erday en route home,
    where he will ipend Sunday with his
    family. Mr. 'otter states that tihe
    rain has interf (rred considerably with
    the work in ml nig, but the company
    expects soon t- get down again to
    business. .
    His Hondr Ju lde Mason io complain.
    ing of the "dul times" it, his offeie,
    the only busine A comil .ig ,before. him
    yesterday being t Is'auming of a mar*.
    rage licensel'r 1'E ard Zetrouer and
    Miss VWillie J. n '"Ilike to (see
    'people behave tb s es," goodna-"
    turedly i remarkiid t'. Judge, "but
    when they do it mm i ns njighty 'poor
    ealion in my office, and if people diditl't
    get, married once i a while these days
    I could not make i y salt."
    J.H. Rollins of oehelle was in the
    eity yesterday aml renewed his sub.
    srciption to The ut n. Mr. Rollins is
    one of the oldest ubscribers to this
    paper rand his fri mndhip is appreci-
    ated. i He report hat there are sev-*
    eral cases of mei Is in the Rochelle
    section now', an hemay become nee-
    essary. to suspe e school for a few
    days. There ias immediate dan
    however, but it' '"ire( c c
    disease as soon p a ole
    Amono'g the promineait visitors to this
    city yesterday was lion. P. G, Ramsey
    of Wacalioota,, member of the Board
    of County Commisaioniers from the
    Waeahoota district. Mr, Ramsey
    states that the farmers of his section
    are busily engaged now in planting
    their crops. The cabbage crop in thie
    vicinity of Wacahoota, while small in
    acreage, is good, and the growers are
    receiving fine prices for their product.
    The lettuce and other crops in, that
    section,. Mr.. Ramsey says, have'been
    damaged by the rains.
    A DELIGHTFUL RECEPTION,

    lMrs, A, R, VanDeventer Entertained
    Her Friends in Becom.ing Style.
    The eTegant home of Mris.A. I Van.-
    .)Deenter, South Pleasant street, was
    the seoeie of unusual gaiety Friday af-
    ternoon and evening, the oceasio. be-
    ing a reception tendered the frianids of
    this estimable lady. -
    The ho)os for the "elderly folks"
    were from 5 to 7:30, whlle in the even-
    ing a number of the young society
    people were entertained at progressive
    whist. There were a great many
    present,and those who, were so for,'
    tunate, voted Mrs, VanDeveAlter as a
    .most hospitable entertainer. .'
    During the evening a delicious
    spread was made, the menu onmpris.
    tig a large line of dainty refreshmentlt
    temptingly served. ..
    Death of, Mr. Brown. :
    The friends" of Mr. John E., Browi
    will regret to learta of hiq 4dethi while
    occurred at the oounty poor farmat 11


    ae At the efiWohis d, *;a.r, *0ie


    factosot. tfie is survived by a hlhar

    family, to whoAas the ysmipalthy c
    i ataiusssulty 'iest ted:. t


    Postmaster Arnow, wl9m
    Department of Registr
    turn has sent the little g
    of her find in brand ney
    as the finest cracker,
    It is needless to add t
    Bruoie is happy over thi
    of this incident.


    hat slW4
    o ,'de 1
    wasr so; ,
    not detal
    the, mean



    w bills a

    that little
    e .grand


    COMPLIMENT TO :OL. CARIr

    is Invited to Deliver Address Be~.fo
    Stockm n's Convention.::
    One of the most emphasized co 6pifl
    ments which ha6 been extended ,
    Alachua county for some time', was
    invitation received by Judge SyFdi
    Carter to deliver a talk on dairy fai
    ing before the, convention o Asto
    breeders of Florida, which will be he4
    in IJacksonviJll 0for two days, : Va
    22 and 28. ,
    This invitation w extended throJi
    J. A. Hollomani, chairman of the Stoi
    Breeders' Association, anld gqSe aBs
    denoce that Alachlua county iA ;iqga
    ed as one of th.e finest stock rafi
    counties 8.ins the. State. i:aIt i. also
    compliment to Col. O4tter as a 4 lay
    nsan." Having been engaged in' 't
    work for several years, he is thor ,g
    ly acquainted with the work, an aIc
    offer valuable suggestions to the ry
    men of Florida.
    Col. Carter has a septed th I vita
    tion and proposes to 8 Qhis oceasi it
    give the association thorough li 1
    time dairy business .om1 a pra i


    H ALENTIN RPAITyr
    J. J. Finley Chapter, U. D.. C., Er
    tains in a Novel Manner.
    The valentine party given h:f
    members of J. J, Finley Ohasp
    the hirooie building, east side
    square, Friday evenuitg was ameo
    cided success from both a social
    minadicial stauldpoin t.
    It was a novel entertainment, .
    thie first of its kind ever presente
    and those who were pr*eont di
    fiilto enjoy' the function. .
    PThere was a tfle assortment of
    painted -valentines, many .of
    elaborate, whii0h brought ten
    each;, Delicious refreshment
    served, and altogether tihe affa
    one of the suoc sses of the seas
    The' entertainment was given
    bee lit of thle Soldiers' ~.slme la
    sonville, and about 60 was real
    - -.- ..._.,..
    Among the visitors to this ti -of
    terday was Dr, rR. S. lye r o
    lint, nd, wholt spendljg thlie
    at Windsor. Dr. Byers isia yve
    at gentleman, and the people
    section will b1e glAd at tu info
    that he mnay. decide to; ima b
    here, :. '.. "
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