Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02157
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 02 18, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02157
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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t does to Atoras byjr ak t
ing axinepi,
Utin Wa Last Repobrtod asHavrlog
kkn Part in .Enqagemtent'at Port
thur, Feb. 9-RussIin; Torriflod 04
Disasters rVeba
. Pete~rsha, Fe. I1. Th ereportt R
alktod Wer'to6 y that Lh e Rua- d-et
cruiaser ,Boyar,; W& 6lown upi1llt;t nay
,Irda-y abnd that'' &I :er amron
'Trews I;;: noi(ber,r werei1 oe1t,
nfar m private ouroi H
Sa^rumriet vounsiste A
x4i. gur "a, e094V. 1.8 440h br
StWo, l.4nUch tugns a4 three l. V14
pa unao t

ngRIW At OM. f oaox o

Pantecl Japan Right.
eouL 14tO, 17" The Korean govern.
t, has, X Jap an the right to
e the cotatry. It is 4d at
*atO*ws whbilps hivt ttrappe three
ssiant ,litpm off Yortenpho, NoW
sai regarding the result of this
1l expoi t have been received.

1mbatrke;a Md ly ReOfainl '.
dambUrn teb. 1l-Thet rHamburl g
a n steaoer W Batakia h h" em,

'Job pr
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ONd aim
knm' t)

t1. 4h1 e
to threeladish

to In Tragedy
h ty,~O Bun'.

Wit# Waio shot.
h1;, ya l,

6d Frn e u ipet couwa
P tMob h4,Jt. 1,

,I"ur.as# r t4 he 1nstea truit eas4
i. Mtoy, an Mans sjolr a he) sb e v,
now of. rMr. Maetrp f rit#iln e t

'w that the lh ti Ft V coin palty
and othrs have itendind la acqufr'
11S tIhe Outttmloun rAilway. How a
lite ruuihitag 15; ttei IinLtoits tito'ir
:of., fiwaemainir lPort O r$B A ntiol.
1that AthI Aorlyan 'o%4pau w'I tanko
o*vr* the nmat a0e1A. imt ed atily at
ter l^wl^t^the moo :th of lthe Gatomlan
:.confgrm ren (h Ia oo;^h:' f Marc^' h. /*''
Thenew c nti1gy. a;ccordiig t othe
term1s of the bans ter i. the property,
h indttiitI( to coustriet et oiwe an
*addi~utjonl # rntleej of ailway which
W tll pmtth' o 11 tit0 i'h a very tir'
.tilte and iroduct4 iootto f ute-
'*Ma l ,it


4 .

rIll '014NE4

101 ^ui" wam~t
WreIt Is p
jrInIe "' b "ro
of EgiO*,e-TM)% $4
eap. frolm Pni

u^ictkida ntpdt of t^hq
A^tlatle tell toad, deH
10:1 a a.( was .ri';Wrf

(the attire tr*h tunitr
,hii.80ii' n^is toportefi
The w.e:k la subu
causedhk a boken v

.R rik I

Tonl to the, v
grini wag deatro'i
, with aleaB(
ehty No detatls
bM- It it betll
, (identally it
rMiltuner 'the to 4i
t whicb was 4M
96 lives.
asian Cpi ,C


S Ja waripr at It
* io'th of tihe Yang Tie riVher Is tow

German Crwisr ired Upot,-ed"
St. Poetereburg, Feb. 17.-A7 sau.sof.
ci0A telegram datel trom heaidqair
tert of the viceroy at'Port Arthur *ayi
the ians-crulaser Hatone,, which. had
b:eb ient to remove ( erman subject
twas Pp4F rthunr 5sd which bad ot
1 4 also lumber or sRoasan. We.
japue washi. The tee
i 4tirateo the taJinent (at
^ fe 1,prwo boats have
ha *light atteik on Port
All ws quiet o hon t0is,
t' of ti'te oWr opera'

4ifa.l CPU IWO.

'$4448itoy. |~sa 15,if-*The

t mlBioni

god tine
|tl0Pk '

::WI !!r P .ti'

ueu itW IipW. LNWPouS uieaeM 4O;n,. ,e.
S"The goieral cooiditons In Seoul..
sad .ewhuere are gtoit, Ho.weveri,
4a1 our' work .i1 touchae..eted uyrthe.
erAy disttrbe4 eui4trhuol of he
country.it ii diilctt to keep thoi
.(hristi. groups out of politiesl qnie
lon, We arc .expeotlng Japanese
Troops to lad in two or: three day! .
They are neOded to i keep ot loretiXV
sol(,diers in order in O, of war.,
.Rov -. W. 'TIobbmas, editor of The
.PhiI54illphtia Aethodist a kemb eniuur-ef
't Met'h6 ltenary hMrd, i said
todat :sionauirlos atatoo. d
n l ^'ar hO's been sioU-
led teI4r own Jtr&it ient in re*
.* 'be- iwat" qablfiit e wo
.ein to W *estepphea A. Bockli At 6
"WIre ift e istthrt any tibataae
dager to ,rn.0fla or property Ia owt'
Kore~d a om. The beard rco4*"

As ia IR w' e regived. tooiam
mewssp waR aseIt a4rowi
1thw a l *t o4,v%4 to est pra4

thaeewao '*I0e4net 0e Aslinst
v;. a man aBMI -."

'er, afttr yWj
blin, and io
in Mr. [DMli
e:.eitept the' 1I

the 801 Wiii
-; '' li MVnsof

S,, L. ;,IW I| UP

O: o 'Piin:: g ,':l: i. *W6 ':U
Welit!. 'viwtd Mal tW Rifl:

Sattniuri has I ee i htd up b
AmsN sfil thehe regsreu,.li,
A; ltis Is py ldAyhtR the
thits vtictitty I is bt li .....
liI. tnoney wa",s Ired :by
blrs. who nicds isoda thEir

*A mh#Mlff's oo'PatBaa gon
s0i4.lt (te ;i4 .
^ i t '}tii (!i: Oweisii
Do )ver aire on htit Wi toi
of, thew robbery a4 l't jo

VROSI ML AY 10 9L.,0

;i toitn' A'ett" Oitwe,

e TutNaft.Mrict, tiuia

**i4tis. W.ter*4

mmiii.YingthiI!,Way II010i(gei0,
404) gfrinf '.
I z/ IOLAW$NT*Y $LA S it owN,
shot binto .....
Si: fob": sev eta tl t 4 ,i tied'bby ixtromsly,
rue + .Iu o,. Wth C
5pintIi- wMo 0 1. id 0 4 tO1 *le l 1 ,ev oh is 4 i
wi ttneI )s, ptolier O 'tI ,let i ys*. Tel i yl r
p*rtl1 s the *moOto, e0 t t'oif 14 d, 1 a1
0e10ro th ti f Wh. l g* 1 6 1h.

N, IM M At hlW set.s rand ltapit:t ) r:m tpo) :
Btha~iB ~ .t #tHntbtritimow teo pegiged 1

W )in ,t mi n w It A)ol l as im
* er#0 tl0im+lW
*. t"Io. Th o the ,l I ntevte in S atwous.

The s lite wa 0A iidIi4 IU bi Iow zrt41)i !0 dril:,' the
(t aid bight All trait a t' are l am 1
bag ritlel today ad,'d 10 the 'dsisioti t rlledl 4
ItCln hiby a 4ro) ottt ; eaitw hi ttow te Kpi
co1l er'e *tnr wi thin ten ho ur 1 At 'Itok,

TWO i~Ag gr
1 : lii Vk ib$,m' tlith th.rrs oelteru ra ita (.t frhoS
ali> o I D10 J di pgrqs below( t' 104 ttwkes
the "Ai, ('4 1014th1 re rdh opf thp. mom; y 1 W1

I- t (ptit s ,RfPO t *,T0hK 100MiiWr uom s

se. o : i to an4 O itO tsbutg $today At
ATffP ilWA W R 114 "44p idow m%(0)
with no wo re to *iad tfroym to 4uItII
-snswo kiolP I tsW lto A gie spy 4y 1u0
100'y t rle # attie 4 10`6b 0 eu 0r

te90 MYo* l $4lli e g t00" 10t 4 Il

:fc10 w %lituiz l# ( N iee l' a t h i


riho e0gi04 WWIk 00 1|
oar" worf ti*hm)i.:a
ChMt may of the p4o
It is notJi w W

w'tur olnti WS sallId t4i,
1it a t a high rto
ftime th lii.w-ok

g.es t is rea, 11, IOU

A ntiegro p>( rtler lit o
x@tt two a 4110r06 *" ku
been hurt in th is tdinlpg u

New Orleans 040t144e

(the ap!r. t o: the ::t in+ ':'

arniiltl.val of N0v4. ;
Mnihing t~ ri~W breoni*I

to. ii~tis t.M pattli ill

aM *1##i# of rai' ot$'! I

M; A
D. *Ht


I ~ ~ -




ici Aon were re
roCu'tned4 ly M
P:10 4114 at alg
lpiltyd4J green

IfN in Koreai
r fill) Iouri~ng -t
rltNe oiflie eJiff)
girdle. A fecL 4
hite theiwvetrcer:
not speak to anyo
Tle y rm' tumt
to. eears the 311
I il ls wor( ll, fC
11 0 Ifluhning
itilid WM ) mirtui 1

liea h f *ce
lIpnttleMi WItit"Ole

) Adispr(se,,dis

41t 01'y
viery INoriiser

10 O sjj ly t aP t 9fsIr. 'lo Com toal yl JA
l hiad 1t t r re 1t favorsj" she aid as si f)ailrly
Somp i wasdri nlui to hi studio one full da ,
#they ilsod i k ofetoch ohoir. ^' ythlig I av 8 is *vat your coinw
0' ,it i t it~ e both 11Ue~ o n'lndidat fo(0 6; u "..
b t bhal quAl: 'thetld y tholAabll~iar a Pal. "i walntto 8how yoll,somoutooa o(lil
1111 111i ... . q v ie about te k-
y will 'b A* toi t- r to toeo voters, ctylljg that he fa f 0

.iH^ Ttlimou it the l tel*hent pS 41s ,o1 (it scW' The h i1 alya I en
q, n tfclul'.wSty e, l At P r unae Phoo- e ,l of e l. I unt o t
0a, 1olia, mter i ay wAtt more i favo e till t oo wll on whist c tfisi
Tl M AT ib. al e to- thoe iig thni that of a(itny A W Vii a aout thli,?
1p( 4. w b irovi dly t 1J., 1 .i ,i do ey liat on'i t you
, ,plift ,ipfinby Has Aitbtia i.e' sock asot I-on 1 think I ougti -ht to hy linoe than oue.

p io tha (i neo pl'o-1l'Otin f the o I.in oini t, lMOnhulrl death [Thue a uea sicr.t.h, ti.. lignll-
in *The ciaiita l e OI ('h i cant ut ,r t puiy ii6l lileave aid the,
daiim tpeawillb ll o H .lMiers thgnear 1 i (i tl d i o. p aSolrty It iy woa l to have
o two"unme e i(n s v iftlutnl r.l i i4iiihitn,.iAl h4 hi aI' th1 e b sl v o.ni'a n earth and w ill
WlUll *9 1f 't..ou t' prven rltl.. 0.: lity, .he bun k, sores
Sare Q. W, Ch ,nt~ ii a i .luue r of tl' houl u of Iop d .eers and pIle, threat n. Oi cl 2i'e,
I1.1' Vo1 '\V% i "t M 1411o Wa Bl thet t'Mul at all dr ggists':...
D ng !onIipa'Ay l bile ttde obl4 4l iTrd have pc t ...o es4..e. 4 n
fltittl tin e to the 4010,Qt n4404 of nli l it Yn owt nP i 14'i,. u ieta' y 'o f t
Ml-tit:r my s hvin resenOtiOttl Ieci i.:lls hathd 14 we..... li, to li t,,
yste rbs le h Is Arbe ett h; 1'i r 'irlu .'i r a ,iturn c c. .oni, l dtr a leet ha the y.y oMf ioil by .orp Sf goca it to il 14 1 4rin S av on o4tlidu Y
a two'. pat* hatts onf a 1.ec' r ow g t lits .ili its 4111', "n iI t
I(f ^A) Pilo ir;I l..i ..vii .t .ra. .t..... i, ... . .,sI t'
Sel0At:ittd inl the r4e.l:t I (ift 11 o..t th1n 4 i't. )ii h n4 1 Iit t tt
'The dc4t0 cf Norfuik sd the tk' i n lublctue 4 h4t4.l lciilui r it r
illwetucoleo Maty 0 Otiltabctl4 t tle^ 1ltuchc e 1 4 1 1 th aftet
!4,oilt l p

ueocdlH t ; 4 *h 114 Ic*10)t .hictrcr*s 9 atp *'ti*h t t
'blh^W^ avidN it : ; ftod h fo *iulig-itl^
*V*I Ito ta54 iI$ p Y Ntu4 44111 trittvcV lit, et 110.6 a 44i ki0 s::Il1ik ni $ 4ll 4 ei
^tl ct llatid tpI^ rne 1 ill, h b'utt.orWh 'LtI I ttit,' 1,

tt g ( } ltt ^t pelIfo 't ruts thiik a Pisita 4. of I 014 ich 1 at ttcece ^ ^Nt N1 $I
i4lN il to 'P)<18 ll 4 t I ichrlit* $ Is t4 ttei, t Itrcle rTe Il"ct1 ote O qr.4

4i e t h, in s.l erefs htI ia t e0 o4 in was dl Itt IT 4
) ilAt, s e lit tN o p ri a f t. t hm 0 AMa ^h: .o aht n iw i a/ t ier w f

ass, ho 'iioii a itvt'- lc t cabll 1A1 'b4f the C. latit

4 III$1L *gth ~ tcl c t~1 rin h for ct~th e ii tak ep (ff his woor

feath:s:I ian 4wheat itlbsh-,a ,t'ye t.,i t bdhlttrt 5 t*he e its ktM theoa
I bSS s^ *lEf'*^ n.^i^wt^|
mSS~~~i11ytkj1 VlK; ^*^ ^ ^^ ^ fi^^ 'h r st llofip'

. O bot

0;:P *'Uv w" *4: 0,4 ,.k 'O'I: .4;LV, **:
(h s r eAllI boA^ J Po:Ints,

Rou.thbou^ d .om ew .Wharf' B tot'
SNortbound,... .. -....F.t. of Oatherie .at., Jacksovi l

"Cl de St. Jos ver '
Stopping at Paltlaik, Astor, St.fira ois, Beesftd (eLan'd)4I"ildIterme
Leaves Jacksoiville 8p80 p, tt. undays, Tuexeldays and Thursdays,
Leares aiiford 9 80a. niMondays Wednestdys tad Fridays.
Isl appointqeto satl as fohwei4
Southboud. ()i* ()t ;Nrthbo'0

i: 80 ., .. .kiF.e.. .. .. ..
Amiv8!80aw.......... ...$t. SacttIord .


liable lIn ffec'ast 340 1,


4' .' .. 25 1 ,te..,,. .I

0--f^l^ ^ ^I^
4 4n
Ic* 41.4,

W 111#41
n'i n K
.:' 'st ii

::7ji:'::TM i

Toary & moi hae established
S ,and are tmihore t 7irs of,
bsE tof whiqh ,ihy aseiUejil
S a earth he flne t flsh in

"M n have three boat' that pasp here
it very. uncertain times. sqully theo
taiiroid depot and platform ,b covered
with' l kLinds'of freight. awaiting
transportation iopn the river and the
utfG Coast. A fast freight and passe .
ger ppoket woul do a O' ine business
here. Thouaiiud obf railroad tlea are
ying up and down the river, awaiting
to, b auled tu' the raliroadW Tie
sampps have hadi to suspend operations

Wahnee is backed ,up by some. good
fa' rMing ountry tdlion, J. TLove hdo
trba~y diatAributed three, ioadsod of'
.otton.fertilizer. T'.13, Yearty, the.
lone merchant of Wannee, does a nioe
'utinesi and ts building, up a ,good
g ''' .^de.
"r, McLeod, wife and 'sothar, `tf
l erray, secoipaniep by Miss Maud
oerbs 9,- Derltg, Ga., s0penOt a few
yfln our town last week, The raint
tt, them from having the good
Pi they anticIpated, 'They cam'ie as
o Aetet of *A :U. i"Hlleary, andt't lt4
to be regrettd that the weather ite
ored in their ejoyinenL(
"'t Elsey, wife of Bob Elsey, h
Ai f6remaanof othle ose tuimbnr Coi-
piy,'canie op from Otter Creek Sat-
orVay ilght to visit her hosbaud., Mrs.
Eley is a tf ine vocalist and gave a fine
musical treat Fri4day, acoonpanied by
her brother Mr. WilIlamsIR and Miss
IU1 R...5.I- Q '.i. ,J Ui ~^ .< .YA4*

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Yarby, .eM1sq
auira PSltiu er, Mrs, .Janie Poyd dai

the rivel iat iSunday on
launch The 'Sthel is an
n h'"boat.Au
se 'ZSmith went to Old Town last
l001k I ethel" to look after i, s"
tute whrih had saunk. He has
*M toepdedin racing it yet.,
t#t h at. .That' the ga me that's

Ion want to make Mrs.. Yearty, Mrs.
y ,'d or Mr. Smith* mad, just fsay
Miss Laura'Slaughter d:A. U, .it'l.
i ary are weariag the belts as cihano .
pon it iaoh payerilof Wannee,

'heaineatevlie bras. band departed
ob4 thafternoon train Wednesday for
1 Springs. Where today they will
loti ir first pub6ie ot)agement sloeo0
e iin i~a, h&iinbeen employed to

Ii gh ltgstodayt, t 14 'proposedto

oh'wl"lo by the famous :Hooster a.
stlp Slad the program will em*

S4$net0,benod hIas been
t 4t ime Pie O tlh'd, thet m"f
0 i *!t^l, A.t4hey wilt 40 doubt
U fsemos with glory tay.

4,i stutl.': Iwntlti rules

* wv^,,^ irnase ,,,*
Manufctu eb by MACAN & o0o c0,,
At let Ca, t

\ ~ ~ ~ ( T : '^ ^ "?"' l~ l j
Plant of Eectric. Power Co. Oh"nges
Hands and Will be Removed,
Pweafttndv)ort te Ee-
trio Powier Conipany : utahorises the
ntademectshsftkthe plant o this oosu
peny hai been sold, and afor Marh
the comipay will Ne unable to trhish
4 itervige,
'Whilt"g. Orahai 'was willing
enough to adnilitilht the 'ale' has
been Magde*, he W not s itillned to
Mention itwholmthe plajt has been0
sold' He did sat1 howe p tW t it ha4
,6t"n transfepesi to parties outside 4te
c stuy and would be taken down and rP.,
moved to another seotlono the Stateo.
The ElfetriI C power Wdhpan 'hast
been supplying the taunIulpality and"
ftier interests of 0aineiville for nauny
years, and it removal will be some;
What like adding an old friend goodi4
The rentoval of this plant will leave
the field to the Gai.esvill Gas and
Electric: Light Company." This oom-

pany'i eaeatrli 'ignugg plant i% not
only. on of the newest, but one of, the
mo.sti modern ..thie South an d M:en ;
agr'oilg sa~s ,he I., detormninod'to
give the people of .uineavilie : ,first-
lUa ser le. ethroughout, the same as

The Sparks. Show .,
John H. Sparks' 14 Virgit)h Shows
arrived in the Rcity NiWedHieday and'
.pibhed tentli on ithe vacant loton VWeqt
Maint iteet. N. The show appeared it1t
the afternoon to a fairly well illrhd
telit, but In the ev-enniig the orowda ws
larger. Thle acts are alleletni. and the
performance throughout was very
creditable. ,

Death Ptoll Increased,
('h1 alc 1 T.-A" he dOath ,i lro of
It.hi. lfinil hastI r tb lwair ha *--beu

'ine( asoed by. the death 'of ,eo Pln :
'Plink s -wais a m n iitant, employeil :tsi
the th1attr, And was burned while es.
gaping frout the rear of the itnildWlo

C A 0i wr i ll *. Ch1o.a .' ofsilver pot
oneften ,e on; teWs nowgdays Ibttt
:j h houekkpei. .'iiotrSv"r, still ue
the pepper mlii, add A1 rican silv
smiths flolnWt$eJsr keep*V it to meet HUe
demands of old fnalioned families wi
prefer to 'grln their own) pepper rat:ti
'itoeapper spil air back the (le

- from thle Deprpgwwn.- Vepfrr wai so
valuable ittw ila iars that rents w-ore

bra'S 6 :(tlse dffers of the uuowvn
ereftel htitsh Iliaw it tas ugn$, bto

al W ithta wealth b pper ml
astli bnaout to Rurop
.W~tB^ ^jtN t)"^ tt,^ .14
;li|^:*()^.:l~e* i^v^ p W ,^ M|I

soon 6t
tif 80tI!
wp tIn
la ked
n.ol~i' All
xu's irti-t
ni os,
tiho wA
The M.U
the IL.

h :t;(moat o a dIM
4L 4th ense taclhic),
t pr*pe4lit m h 'ttmioti i
cohlnlatWe'Word 4'cou .,
arW ll iding eA:,'r
^at eson siltinerd ath
i eovsulotsi were dlviv-
c'onvonletW* fish) eluci
,wqrd tAine to be 'used
o tour in other muattprs.
pealks of %t-Uor)a -our
u "hYe i you r ieM,'
it "Love's Laboras )oatt
tes that you three tool 1a
elatep tfe mesa.
iA.it Rthold;thn \mniit.l of

g thoem is quitilin-tu l .
Ice Is still tintlatu in
of court.,

s Lenten, t lese it e
The nvalueof tuall itn Tht .II atuiit

^Nof t botl tjlatlsm and otra' :tty'it a
Sk t be very great. 'le t*t
ent Is to* ts b i' w 01 .' iioneor tw 4 ,(yI
atb gr) dthli ntlly nl o the i +uiWe kr.,:
olse nie of 4 hOntlute twlntoys iV :1
.ledione &O were'le sos to a thoe,
44 n iirevutive of 1$tnqee however, s
Oeltltlft Ia l 4t tb'_4i1 t shoWld
year In, an' :yearptt. A haitr ltnil
In a oupt of t'bqb41i04' twt nt totirbe.
tve bretkhat hit ~lut any stigair) will
annihilate' the darkeOt of 'ark browi:
practler of elUng move butter iand aung
ar thaii soo god i(ryou tite loo and
hot wnter' eery rng.- well's
Ta lt0ia i.i.

than ay other doase, oTh is Is udu
to thq fact.thalt". t I 'ilusidhOsI
ets a good hold on the system before
It ti reobgniseo oy Kidney Cu
wili poevent a1d. 4ovelopmen)i It
t sllkoen n1time." tau.led. 1 with
kidney complaint for tboqt twoyeasra,"
writes A, ,.avis of Mt. BLterlin,. Ia.,
"biut two bodies of .oley's lldney
Cure effected aspetdy ,ur,. old is
3.W.WeOollgt 1 ,

Over-Work W ensa e
ou. Klidn)fs.
Unbcaltby Kianeys MKaNke Impttre Bloo.
All the blod .in your body passithriough'
your kidneys on!p eveithreei m nutes; .
St bloodpurifierth.ey,

b 4'ttt,' doei elPeht d

0.0 ,0a4:0 e 0 quick ortsi ote
.'hea bets, d.t i m oi" oe
.k pond lrou i g tlB i t 4

toubles6 wereI 44 o nte
h rt pbowa o.nd t sa on ibasthou
at) ho:,tid thi :lr ilat 4o ,,e44g e thSair .tb
oing Anwo krlineyts t.c(#

ii t sl t tha k i
,y iMst d ot y'r s

ydaill tolu i o In ftR
c enta
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W ver these important points and zeaqtl
soIlolt a share of your businesses.

Ire, iV.k-c:' id entad"I H Ith

=,A za.4 nts for the-

Victor Safe and LQOk Cot

Ths "Viotor" io the host safe made, andt 0 0l1s ea
o. g ithe pro"gil- u'ot a ot or s gi tih
troni ,ta b vaul& I Irt7 g t.aIn
Cb; o4nstin g 5.' U1l) nof 0 ddr? i
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POO ..11 ... n.no,,it &O.U T
Jauavili a e~so tnviUs f .,s

-Tune Table in etluss November #9, l9O00
: Depart for 0AINESVLd '
1 1b SrOUPs and Intcor
lal, mediame Polts
i*4*6 pm -' Conal. Lsehebtrg and Tampa, and
Dailylntermedlat. toi,$

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ExucelleU p
:l.orid .1Dml t si
LTave .l. Authtll lI

o tn at. ,' : j I t ;,:

Palashaflhtuma, Jaohsonille, is
1*gbS rin h, PEat tad Won
. : fligh prL/,* Wa toroe th vani ash P, rgnwi ek, 1*:
. Albany, Atlant, all P(oints North, iliat West D

ltouhwlle, Mieanotpy and Cttra 94*

!Isl; $p8nps

nt or a00iwe to the West auSd fit.a
ol n vtosibule train at Plltsm a i
In' oil.lr Vt ofo,!Wli ,W
stil eoaahss be. tw O Aat.nt all i.

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ayannah, Qtumbia, CamId#n, ,Sou
Pines, RaIeigh, Richmar d;Wash,"

ington, Baltimore, Phila.
delphia,_New York,
Thrl'hee Elegwnt TrAws paily

3eaboad Florida Limiit

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard i.

lenth Dra

llaot, 00

1 1i will d cf i a ** t
i but& wokrthlesio
oln be wlitf h rth
izfintdtely entire
r susctptibl'e.
Ssiternlty aa tole .
piaeset, however*,
Ilvi n at ar l
Sthiowl Who have
as tha11 who will

w heartily wel-
Ito he Vwiited' in
om4ident~ of a large
oit lei weot of,

A p vathing
i(1'-pol;at': id'.i?

w i t td th o, #k
plli' fr him for1l'
a il Walrngten,

stlo poi lx hIear,
Ot ppre.5ion,
b*hI at the bed.
yk~*A tha hpt
a wmti doo be stot
be toQ pemrmr4 M &t

ai~n bns for
15n ^isz Mnghbe

erusaeonrsitoSing ofthe part sh4 __111 ver"17 44 00sa o0
w olaatpy he .rthe buluess0 'r pUsh. 'sar'
slog Hilaput, ol 4by Jo W. Mc*o
As far baok tie 1002. when Ruaia e' n-
deavored t xotfo ha 9ti
pcial V Yvi, 1 1s, tie Azerfloan geq e-.
tary of ~tato, ~t iNay. desotth, of,
"ubh a cnotei0o11 of Ch iah part T
would uxnroubteIyl be followed by dc iAlnAI 5o
meiAnds from other power ('or timilar 0t
(quatlly exenstve oadvan9ages el9e. #30
*whrer oi the 1hinese 0rmpire, and (bo
inevitable result ut be thom. Pon
pleto wre'k of the poloy of ahaolut
e(qality of treaitent to all natinnS" A)
Ini fhehas-- r.cs mJapnese vrrltsr
*pot the n without 0hina, :her
a 'Oe o o lpen door, nd Wititqt

the East. is vital to Japin, for it the
Ran hrlite to ti permUil te to nai
painu thent in' ahura itL" willI
not e iany years before they wiu
have the whole of .hin, s..d J pW.a. ..
witt be comiellet to starv4 n her lit.
t1l*norsmertv lsodl. tilO
* Cis a l~why Japits h~A gone to war
lthis oationto is lghsng for us or IFl (u1m ri
Mn *I r t l.Y V

Lookun~ wlse is thought In be as. AAE
good as gol by saen,`
a000ae Year
IThe Mttea0 of thI1a0per will $ 1se5*
pates t Ip n testi t hu k ers 1 at leat
We~ deasde4 4i~sease *hbA s lenee han
fCo al ,iM <.t*1 Ji,,tft n d
{tb~t lb obtarthm, halt's hterthryJ 7 tted a to
la the only uakitijSe re now knnwnth t4o t
h e uiM l fra trnh COath 515w1 'l
^tnto:it .:e:alda.pthe, r Are. ash a"t __ <
go<4ttW.Oh(^ i tratmnti, bl*'* ,: r.. aa.**;* .- ,; ,\l^ ^I'

7ACConviue 1 o Ne*w .or YUa waslnmgton,
Augustine 12:10 p m. and J oksonville 1:20

"Daiy iThrough Pullian| Or
aiiy Through Pu~linan Sleepers from Jacksonville to
voi ftull information an Asleeper resqrvatfops call on an
write A.O. D.iAODm SL,.. O. L
Amt. General mino or Agent N'aose

Establithed gg7'1

Our business i strictly confined to the various details incident to the o
ershp of land, and we have op private or personal "'Ae to griot4d"I aoona
wilt that buoshie!w. We make a speolalty of the preparation of abstr~c0,ws
wakeOekhaustive investigation of titles. We 'repreae t propertyrowi~eii
jl mattrs paertsintio to the asseement A&d pa ment Of taxes ad
aPouton ~ Whety tP prompt and4 ra
TVIOb orli.ie call on or write us. Lotary pub io in offlc.. :'.
LP:': . Rk COLSON:, Man. r

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m~ldtllt?1 ithoi

of. the sooigji
it iinid, i6a4
he s^iniger. 1^1

It I I^ 1-"

i'home in ?*Min opy, aof tQr a very s:):
jissful rofesioal h i$rta mong us.h

IlOiueeO f|i'ul rmi. of school. aI' oo
loose, is agafn at hom i ,and has e
S rolled herself asa pupil in the hi(
as". u hool.' : ., '. '.' i
F," 1. Lammond has a4 lovely line,
spring 'goods "p disp~y id r
SWebb tisplaniuiitgt spring petinig, an
between theu they will get all ti
Sioney we re tryingt8tsaven,d
Landlord Moore treated his gues
to an oyster roast on Saturday nigl
it is needles to say it. was eonjyed 1

T""l T t o,. Mehe lfct Monday oni
5busitii thrip, aftei several days plea
antly spent' w-ith hi'I family.
is; : a' arman i viiti ting friend
iand relatives in Gainsville.
Mrs. R. A, eScker n trtained I MVI
i bel: of Hly T'rinty Ohoirl,
o The home o hf Mrs l., A. BOqke
North Gaisdn street, was a s i,
great pleasure Ttieday evetlng, tbi
Wy lhA [tdvin teded ta receptions st
lpartytomet nber of he ehirof o
r i .mfm Epiiopa.fOhurch. '*/ a
'There were present nearly evei
`m'iber of the .bolir, a'd Is needle,
^to add that they "were. entertained
that lever, hospiitable manner f'
hivch i the Engli gh are famous Tl
evennig was passed in gaines ad mn
ate, vocal andt inistruomnta l. e
us efres thime nt s we 8 serv id, .1
attigeX~ii fthe I icton was uO wh'i
'will not soon t forgotten.
*h Tieguests aro unker bllkatioiia
the clever hostess tot the even. g

SCancer Oured II
,^r. W. W.V Pi, ttP 1 ithm t, Ill
writs ept.s 1: I haid bee
|i orIlg several yare withi a teOt
on Iy faetr, which ge rgret
DoYae 4 'and unbtiarab0 itching.
whols using ltHtila,., rd:'s tSonow LiAtiinO
fot a sore leg, and through in aecido'n
SruIbbedilsomie of the linin!nt on th
6 4a6er, and as it kgave mie almost
stan relief, I deCided to phntiniue
it the liniment oii the ,an4e r. fn
short tiio, my .face healed Hn. a$
there is 1not the slightest War left.
hv tielt faith (1 the mtrit of ti
prepara ionnitta^nnot btoohigh
-~eonmatidodb o. r o0 and #1.1

0n1ik lofts Its Doors.
afitbrge Web. 1.-T7h.e stAte ba
dt $50,00, was closed today :
et Of the state. ha lkid i deartaie
4AltOO L1. Tabor, of Pthladelphit, tst
'Aak :Eit tuier, is teOporrily

_"fidtraty's We1 pt.i Sp, -
0t Mmove deatts difrectty A
t i suo thou, to : all th

e1he stihhtete uyi
to*D of Itol fei t ln the uneg y,
*a'*: 1*iaiI iIteIs of fDri.- I eo he
quirrsata SltIz osss. It is mads

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i j, el:ii; d sto:l stti j tw a tj. l .

i ht t o iate)o o t rea ad ".' : ;t o l t ood tlnllf oir jl
htl- ; iti, .. nts a ..il S s en ly ( mp h.III 'viso "l
r-. .. : stoirdes ith't I ,n.tar oess
h J.. io 3 S ... . tt. rM,3iTS eliO'3sT, o l *111 '
ai cHalf" wo p the rep jal i deal
tMI8 IN J0 8 E t hi't4 Is it 1'klte lld i .' tegl h it,),

o ,oe d hy 11- fL tita selt s o. 14:ch tonI e slt

by N fash, e, Tont.k eb"." -A. cable ... ... . +. ly repl.a.
t5 Southern P raby ytetlia n c rc(hanroh it^i "t at lu/ tiet) otet, g wdet

tram.w" as, reeyie !this Or'ing b i. t~tle ,, t ir .... in
a torWog hi ol hoara of t e .. ..th. .4lt (4 gon lo r

the safety of the rildon in Kor. that It w i a it w kin tlhat 0 h. wiilto
Ids l 0'aatie saego Is fmrot cretary th, I tlman used tor (w d nOd it' Soit i in es
arid is dated Pt Kmnsa: ...;.cily.,: e-p.. ed 11 would y il ani
Thete *. are 17 rniaioiian *i1 (ip he nuqa tg ,toi. AWa. v' 1 ", the Inditnu
Korean fIld, and the atblegram say to owv bhilipnwdet a11 1 *i lfholl I *p utf
m.g. i re t I f l l lt t: 'liA01on hIs. e6 f* s.e.
r, he lied ton'e du*yl he hal,. his tontute
of tu Ptprsn.hn 1hz lf wl prexd sor ol a Vour 1move ti l the trickr.kqr
a Sto t iw.i wi': i qi f t : n h l : r"V.J: io Ii tlk. 'Jrit th 1 et Wt it
bihopm iIoglsAwnss of ( 't1o m if"tf one tv fstd t go 1ln crt03 i.t" i0kl
Slly ma io t it g tot a .ttle ~er ti hai ti e
y( r i l ily have ao lrStrO uIl- J ilef, f ther pllltl d i glp oi4e ir' le
ry bl i ItIeil~ the, lines ow f 14s faiiily. hbt) th replittition of i g ll oodplyr. land
ss tive," 140M(1 a tta ig lttfitl0n11, "t A:niy h4 seh e ie worktd tally, M Whu siot.
in lant'e, i ing ftrol) t or I' tte, .Stitti l in gt ere la. prh a m.Mwptl . .
am t fo r 3 t'W Oha ttihlt4iv rg thl"f I, i the Indf.n st^lo y-
. 0 l: thi' ie',t ile. ati41 e.( n W nwi "right, but miy powe..i not yet spot il
1. )' "4 Jl < I 1 t :l) i tl elylg, l' mplhie.I t ed. te iUty .yo u when me reap hit."
ll' 4n ) s 14 ili l (il ty'4ettioI otf -t -----ol ,-- -
A ,k 10 the l 4l: 4* f t + 4tv'i.It"in w
Xih 1 lmii a 4" t0li0 dti's of r the 4 wt0 t A 'eat witloy rl i astie ithte. lipe ttleofli
l. 1i 'ite l r d l etwi" W o the Ali 'dreani P yt, w li .n.ty 'irts wI l'ilhtiti.
'to i lt ftttuie vil titve nit a i n? A h 1H 4' ileft tlw i t(it1 h'n 'y tlh'ftl'
O thkjilt w'si vAe:ly". tiet m'ys hurnch ewl t 1whe i-^iun o wa s
41 JV 1( 1417 ', lad iti l0 tithlith th ut>m slitry wFo ri' M c. 14il1 I e zit nig tht I ll h1 I u'flhl g l 'r'
jt b t' I I i Ill a1e4' t4 otl' n t h, l "s Im*' OiEt lll h It -., h iI dl la y
o'rin i i .' I ll ) I, e n trO.i 'th eouohrl'IthIln'. n nI a -i, utI ti he W (., --4
s '41 if )e a W1en 7i~ l e o he 1 t i' 44 t .. .)
" ,ihhintihH 's wyl te h l l i'iat. O h .t il np t"'hl l. '' a ) tI 1 i w'l' 14 O t1 'iiti l t'sY

lt, -1 1 4 .1 .1 nu I a ut njt I 1;1
, to l i wI 0 1 j .i' i-hfoli A a hits', wIll icIde Prvt. l d i
-yet U- ,ottyI 0 lew W't1'1 1i tln*. The s r'lia t ( 6i. tl !Tou 1e, le t i1tit ,

to 0uimi )'.''it' 4 It' 11 11'S n "'jf' po e01t0of niciichas tit dIsec.
" tA.uo ,ii n mi( i of1 ) 11111i I( 1.i ,,,JJ "ed. 'wt.. trest ,any. A p
i ti p' ait l;.Ii< (.> .lv U s'J ; Ox ;ii. . '. : I

I .141)11.(It' h )alutr 1 in'tlllhtl i tl s l or 4spndency itvsrlibly
.I i' .. t l l" 1 4"'t l for t'~'..' precede suicide and some t hlii'g hi
.:i to0.0 11i:I.4 11 icKIle Wid "41'ltkTl. A
ly ir i siit i t li. kany 1 'u n le i t'l>i.l i e Htnfto r i: rii tit ifii u t

t 6lvHRASHING SE vArmTSil, e fi>t o:t i o fset (Wt4i^,a.
xi i ciA tl i : i o ..l i n Iti itl :yit 4 tti." 'l i i "li, r i ls*, . .

take Sle.i. r'ltitter.Iit l tl[yt it 'r( ty
k i~6h 44 ln es.' I .l'i f f adipfh r : p th 5yse'. e )i
i In 1111 ii eair tfl htlyi t itimtI I hI t e tlit asoa great t e. livo a. kid.
i ,y of d1h11l i, li' nillli iti n t' to n e regulator. wl l4 1 a i.090
it h ,f L)tlt 1VIIIl 'llrt 'a. Ti vWe p1141 U rli's tlrldo"d ya Dll t dhust -s'
ie i t; ints oi. f *ih t i' a llu iii b t m tn y," t" "" "i' ""d""".
It . l)...... 1111 1)41i w i. onlyl ')7 tt1ei to it* 4r
S t14' h., o trASHIN i 'iSERVAN i t t allt hnteit .lito S ftr .- s tlis.itl ,
< i, an .. ;ir ..... i>''.o ' .|' tY b lo' i B if .?l i !'U ]^M>i'((,)' (.| i tri
its W l ays 1, w oiw n stb")+ ey, r ;e ir t + Kt Or r K i l| ind 14 iutui'n L M y
1 0 11; nn- e.-' I lk ftl1' l-A-i ai-I tib:', 1 10 11-. 4t lIi.t':- ... %Ww.vni1 10 1a W

h fo rud sto ts he e~t'i~ y'~ f~it tiatl I '.tn i oe 4 o i74lit ~ ~t 5, Astooua
S. W it al tii hvw44eads i t tat'twl ryt h'.H eltItiu 14 h h hit :!4 't 'ltlOi' t N. -A'ia

w to pas i'~we ~1Wllllttl.f"tii'11t that i a" tIe +oiit : l!w l th t t m li.s Iise
to .wi...thn a l .h t -- 1t -.." '1 lt liI i r .h thrisi. ofti te IIi* -l of te i
n m' i's s' Usti'e4 Wttt"

'of to dI 'a I th Onoit tt. h

As 1il r .teilt) -i ethU l' it)-.' als r I.
s.i1 W30"ittt ,('l I t lhl' + IJ'tl .. .It. l pa..a.t.....s '"l
f.. .t 4, "sltl'! : 'lrM '-t . "....
saido 4twafi t 1w "l .. "it i#.w". i *'
01 tulsnhs4 14 0r1. fiv
kiiWObl W n i ti .i .g tbs es;aey ls:

tig 4* 4st IIi.W, .:.
w +f:i ;liV +# ;-.; 7,i ;;!tfl'i,
A# for.., t+i":.i,+ toii

b d f et fthe site
: *t~l-tla( ^ asyw stem theNtrow
of the diaese seep, Nor is th ai tFat eve
We will aentl trw our book mtn tontgit
*dvico or.atisypedalpd tfoytntloit 8
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1 full q i .. . .

12 :1 41 l tli 4 41 ,


11 f ual Prwts ...... .


6 full q'ilft#

We: ina dlI ev.. (r' iL
wOi 8W r, il t 1 00 400 1*

"port .0 wiof o0 1 ($r) A0
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Carry a Compl~ete Line of t1e following Gools:

:O *HV! 8 eTs TRIMg$ s EIIBROli)aiRBIIES-



Jriy us into opeIV
5 itts' t 11rt, I l1 alt of"
trule bills.

atosv Ani1re Johnsoo,
iagra~vrtotA aseaut.
th Stai tt Florid$l '.
i Iurlua land Western
p ay, wasn'oxt taken up,
called 'and worln the
rArgument lf counsel
Sjury rottornedt a verd lti
oi 0Iihe tum of $40, thue
pay the o0st of( the ftin,
of A Meaudor v J.s.,
1* pha, rtin defoliant,
t5l plel*, and the ease
ipo tii.the -payment by

O 8tt.o o'f Ftlorjd
uth in(t o;: rel :

...M... :i.: >...t.

(g a t lit u1!t ,lem p'... '

it ory: !i s like a pit ll i?; :
r mit4 1 gto ii ak :It
' tI now *im, ti .

Aw*lo*-* s oled, ti
titm ii;.re n r(otf
e ttt his oi'l l> ctf

O. I-t. i"4

Q*iWAPfb,-: H* s
S*.(t(>!'^^^ ; ^w tK

wanl np resuII n00 hne wa1 noOwn to
tUhe gr~,ud and he heavy 'wheels ran'
overisl nhok :, -
T.'.hilH ident' erated ,osidrable
ex:m edM0 ri a mA.i0omedt, das itWt 1
etarked -the b hd ei:th.r heen killed

of' m his ragged weari .g apparel, as
iooly bas if. nth.diiug morte than a
wrstin, g mttohh.ad e ou~ ,. Quite
aorpwd gathered about him, however,
and a gentlemen renuired to .ask:
"Did lf htrt you?"
"It didn't fool good," dryly ro-
warked the urolitus, as he walked
away brushing the dust out of hist
kinky heir. *
The nral to this Inoidnti. is plain,
11 o n t 4 1

nni; nmn Kmy- uranne sn .. K) m r-
Mrs :. .O.Ksnnedy Passtt( A*tay t
Noer Home'n Tuedty.

l(*Oda oftr',f the deth of Mrs. i, l.
Ke0tidy, "whiah s66 dOent ooor4ed 4S
004 honie of tho d o faaa 2oar Wor'.
01h0006oro sprigTuesdty evening,
.iii4is wap in her sevoty-tut
1ear, *te One ohf(e o.140st l ka0
mo lW kl )uknwn e wor, dte she hI4 beon virtually
40td.a41)4 the ltinforition of her d,
mini~laew he reelvi4 wit1 ptofonnd
r"reat by all who knw beu. She has
1eeuin4e i srthe0oo faithful
A .o f the Methoiis sl t beyh
IDesess VRhoi theiheher of Mt.. 10
A. floho^tsP o 1 ta *t, Mrs*

the notn tralta visadit fo Worgs.,
yinatr. 8n!, whe th o so ittenid let
Th kotlw-il bhed UnM-0-7r,

nsoowt,. kt. M. Vtiton, the bthadils
miin t ofAlaiebu, ewiduetlnt She
nto er^ob and 4tht; iv,
ths ehi~drs~t aM *elatits The son eit
thodi a e'pa~thity
@@@9 MMA ft^A

ers'wihk he fromn tlmie to tiji 180l o
tiWo i lt me w.iaior llt lsway mna W e
TIi l ,datit t od l ito so f oe rather expeI .

h n* t atf, ; itial ti. e a tl r oi ing o e toer: ,
oihtio^i itvto1.6ithir'lte,' alftut i Hel jsl

U ai il a ,niitu r.ntmi tiatIes ant, 'i bit 1W
tiuOph liatd er p ylopti ohtrvt otio

posseen a ^hthki ted coit r.^ a co4
i(l0t1 6 ut.11 113' lit, Jejun babblemoent

it srid tin o ,oeetilion. L 'tt your ex, -
Item tiiouOll do a ti ng'io and r tipe-
Itly tndt van'd illnts vlinitrly. wiou t e 0 ,
So ini sly ii d o jiutil po iysyrlel ie pro-
v ..llotla lt (tlltity. huIt ) do bln onitt,
IOtlenui prt.i fl etoe alty u it(i4 pi t r
il et'n 'i wivords;, talk p1htb l ~I y aeti 0 y
nac"i'ftiur lly atithely pleu sf ittnid

ftilley. 1i.wn't lit C on Trt), uty whnt l~u
Silftil th i w4 'ijl ,"O'd tdin M ? t.

u'hp ynu t:r itn ettlt took hith ent
"tu A nd v1ntre isbl style,- iildon

Tlhls, ond O grea t tll orlm B r e We
I u(iotr 10 *t1 tl h -p U I tree tl i 'I'
hiIl) pOK th 4e (iiirt and st ew o

it at a distance atf aoU1 2tt0 tIett It to
h YOth4 suree, 401 feet 1 U1be hb,
*7 feet IZ ihehet s 4 'eh e gtt eos, ths
S 'r to esi 1fts t I ines wide. The
e(wAy, *h tchrlb pa sid, t an ttiit

'O feet t on. T2ie tremInept
the t14nb a three .ti The
site 5nomte Is a te esea@Ott
41re let ttt ea a s(ti #onw l*anaw
solt. few1e to *tteit frt *tl

as BAt Itna bthteingOAtwpat &4 4



4 full bott Rich Hill, express prepd, $4.20.

All .gOOds in plain pckage if desired, A ver
stock of barrel goodb from' 1.6 to 5.00 per gallon.
ull i olieoIportd and onest ines.
""""^^BrWo o "

DA NTl 'IT..
[(uooeweor wdaellera Alaermanl
Over Dutto bo'n Ba,, GalneaitUe
Speolal attention to Crown tidnrlldae work.
Plone 70 .

) + T i -: SO

ato% Hi io .Pro roui e Oter

t W s J o e F ,la .

fall to esth on e *len tt Ja soligA l l
Mrown, Hi*# 100% anP O 10016161t0mB


F aurstbeat,. tiea nd d*Lopi
fail to nWI .m.e ..nInhAOU01

S Jaksolivie, lorida .

Merohants Lunoh from 12 to 2p. e.
Itarthelomay Rochester, also Imn.
ported Wurberge, t hi er ol n I raugh

t oal:; te i h, ho 8 a,. me ll- ..-"+


Wholesl-e anlid Retail


S, n. onm' bar ,Ma r m
bh y. exzLre ,is ,rp ,
/ oor Mash e. repSE .

10W 1 s. Bay :'
dm "xll il




o Lle Inl
F .o*ti
do cided l'*n'

^wn 'tvtt reats ^ei1(1 altotel a goj
siohne wasrT~T. iiii
Arrangt zvnrl t)yr te funeral here-
1m) ad cleveb id ar'c b thicoetC
nio 1) 6,H( tnhartnk t14 r:-
P Vnh l if ling r111,
her'e t W''lt'Q <' <''tvntt at. 7 "Co'(lo r.'
8 jtl 901 a,"A Al' I Nkla between
ln' 11 w ill 1i e t .Iy I t orn In .
''" Ttb Win ll l ,v t notte it advanclen r
ofc sklf0 -1.1% J t L oncol k ady'ono
,tt le ody wl. 1 1ti 1 T udrac D

^ atlraloTrv of n' Cthl-canid nirays
fT w tuioal wi1 NA hiold on FIriday
at ii toio m t t l'ol1 1 stTc PAtO
$co, vicit VI
ltheJ inrl <.u b:hy Uhlont'l flaIn
hts aslgst- nt,
IHf. Dmisa a National Los $ay, (th

st ow sel Vonto h' Aezlvt,

uallstt h ia aiitinng 1ola *e'9ver..
tLid d^ thfollov ing to Mdy concern;1 I al
^the deth sotwfiStor fHanw,
an]iy yotars cm ti 1 we, will, io the
WrTk of Sor ator flauna. Every one
who ever know hbi at alt 1itlimately
now that he haa lost a trend, To
miud mnd; *Ser ato iHan watr t
p ':i(a manKer^ in tolie~rld '^rc'^Oe, RC(I;
tiatwy a troubtlt. bna baBverted by hlia
jnaInft kidnel s and ila acte in ad-

YN1 if. W Evl a, oileawt, r n
tMy hnt4 y ciok !or
three molbnt ; the do(otor stated 1'0
c iton itimIm0ti. PWe pro-
.ottte 0of lanarda'S Horhond
t and it. tired lim. 'that was
i-yeafrs ago, arid Ailne then we al-
?wA ke a bottle in the hous.I We
o without it. For tough and
hslimi tflu) eqtal." 6(to and
0bothi at. Johnson Bro. '

AutVnnout uitne s m al Mer tis 1U1aut1 1tex 6e-ed
l 1gr sixty wo ul<, will be tutbliilhew lit Ite JUis
siun 'ooatiuonzhy^ and in the Twlie-aWlu el
''e s t atn fort tI.,AQVANUN, Aunuuovuuctktnts
1'' ^ ovtillx^i ^tn..' ;..':".
*For the Lejglslaturet,
I hereby snnounce nyelf ae a can~
did4ate for eftpresOntative from AlaR
hus 0bou nty Inq the 1next 1L4 Islature,
;subjftt Wto ithmt ihon 'tthe tmowrat*
Primary( antlild ,idt the support of
loy folio* diw4t0s Rtmvp~e l

Pa1 touU)y IVeasurr. -
Tmlfariens of 04W. H3. iobeatson aft-
4009,0i him & iit4 fo rtanont ( n
tF' forih 60i--00 $#Qtr f(onTrlogouvre
o t prima
,,-llotersNoiid the dei* ofthe t.
S I atieIfactry ltnner, ande hjy
I tmiowrsttoredt eisaItnI to at
A i$w Elra term.
iiPr Ole#* otcult on. t~
toat a fi;:

u, Z]t
Ien ti- i!

iauiK i iwetco or uovuw ; peou)1 ^ L ^ W.
istiloe orthLo IF NFL oaaMa br,
c uad'lditi ':ur,
lbtheIrUom' Al aefhua hunty, u(bject to
the nlootatic primary. :,If leited
itllaUdiohnrge the iautp tof uth f I
floe to thW best of in aibii~y, and i oM
liol 'the .utip|[ort of Dem.otsate. IN i
d W6,o. A;R
Fdr CountIjSupse]itendenjtof Sc'hools.'
candidate foritho offtipe of Soperin.
tdent of PuboThbo Itrucetlo of Ala-.
ila wCounqtyubject to h )
tii i ary.J llRlic the of all
lemorots, dpi prlioee, if ltisuwtiom o
O.e Over honoble, tfort to adei
.athe pubii eoutyho fit.rest i.if thoiTlii
d te t)orhii ul6, Ti rIi tilde
it thereoau I ende no ela' r td, i
Sti1tob l idhatote f :r t oleee,
of, Ab at to'a ohe otii oft the aetuo*
Oltl i 6 e a nd r epti full oii

Iami for ryt $ onilt. for the : oile ou
n upetd iptloat"of n, n

l Ic I.w, i sha.l. 0LL.Y. .

iOfd a.-tl0eite^ A. 8l.a l m.l

ohtarWi irhe dtIas1 iniumbentc on 'thie
aftice. I reipeOt f~lI sAolici oIure itj
port tIn. 'othe 'o tia u llnia all,;''. RI

I 'li by an iilni'un y m if a I ant I
d[iti before wa maooratio primary of

duties ftakIy, honeuoy 4dm1, t rtiaiit1yh
It inthe past, I pledge my' honor t con-
titet to do so I tht future, if eleted.l,
end haill be very grateful (for ho. st-
pott of the )em*r ltetor voters of tiy
count f1 1;GhMAHON.
h'rku* dti 1 ludi t (illret'd
i am a owt siyta for County Judge'
and beg io say that, in 010 past Aserved-
yi *ithM'Iy, Taed 'ak yet tltotiusMI
tigmb, isdouren yo u ht yoturt.r confl.
den( e wl eot l be.itravot.I ask for
ycoutr ts.0t/, j gi.ng h.at. wI. be
t. ,a t faithful a in the alt o
lyflrvtf^ jlngNittil

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Puti "t A 9An Ordi0 asr to6provwide.tot
an bltiond h.t ee driu w ther oI
11Ir)I bond* shiihl bo iMUs-d'WOi th)' ti~ir-

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to P llfetIme ,
lati utai~tated;^;11^
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Corner Qfor e sa rotta4 1r0tA

.o v tur t tWAln (kA.*N m 04

Alachiua Pool Parlors,

S:lieied It tho IP rtor lio ,. s4k itsth
!!d, unelll 'Th fiian
06w1 ]loll id p .itpo l NO.* 01if toii.
a* d a* w :r on. *n 'w 'w .. "/ ..,
Are,. oy uGinge.
THeV T ,LOUIVI LLE, -. &."T ,

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'A 11[h040,1 W) prom>6pt ad 1trou

Fottt'r o Pla) Pab Ayt'

pay;*.; ..A^ f!B fc: *.,
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ORci J'^^^,^N

Advances tda8'k

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ralin, 9Oardn Se4ed sa

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thiglteot market price pauid for Ohlokant. l*E Ap

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ioin to

n4' tbo1y,* aptd t 'n f4w dt*o regiwed at
TOIOe p l"op ig, will i be gad to wom, Btlly f
4hef W;t ruo:tl they will ben s well Ig b.g
please tsMbir. turner appears to be. : aker. r.
W. A.- Btriokland of 'iaradi* fAise oyaou#1
was In te aity Tuedy. Neo, w. in a flie trdle .h
route to tonvile, wheri. he web t W .' 'A
to her Hob. WUlln nngBryi de
who delivoretd a lecture in that ty s.o at

the Jaksoioill 8 market, which hi e will
no doub4oof atopieOf40
W. W. et let of ork, on offrequently
the most'wdely know and t f ritil frriendsi.
i ta tsH i6 rowi ;i 1i*'eHo s t d yt
Mr. P.mb i. the founder in hodrIt_ fo


her resI~ 118 t~ket
for ~ brief tJtJ of
fler which I ~' ~' ~

P lt in S..i i* t corln% ner soutl of P 0

Open Ealy and Le.,:
j.er'4 0 the DE8T.

faflous 09ptnen.i opteis
indilt.rip ac:otte .i Waesti sei
Bpeoial attention toosuppers,
ty Or less plates. 8plIg. 'w,
: e ai tt r l tasii. Try o ,e ',of ou,
tia t h' ke*i 'w '
$octbern 13ef Phoedetg, rr. I

e to,'.
a*tr K),.,',; ''^; ^i^ ^ '

&01l489 ^. flogif

4l;11 route fA4 4 4'e

.ll ,,This. i
eItrmnini the
is, In ttran
i,. rail roads
oe ihelir7 bil
s fo yei
out~l Isphlil

in C oti .1 -
p eati.le t9

, J. *O.t.
rente of~ rai tt1
wUley r..
wil4-&4ea* -ae
11:01 AID"to
it attet l.
rsand 4a D4 R.'
rtonied eo Deal to,:

oe t .; i, M;
th aftortlooto

,aootieflto .f
Sbusies iii.sn
ks, *(fter a
la this city,'
wWI Rtmoflg the
folk* who piaid
and, one of the
liiit if tion, is

tu this oity.

.ciio 41;

SPublishedTWI TWice: a WeekMonay andThursd


orieios to Atoms by Strik


*oyarin Was Last Reported 4a Having
Taken. Part In Engagement at Port

St. Petersburg, Feb. 17.-The reportl
tr#iulatd here today that the tw,-
salb ql'.erBoyari .was blown up 1itt
ttrday aaid tiat a4l her ot4t~es:a
rew, 17 it number, were lost,
htlried from a private source.
r Rt i 's armament consisted
o, 474cin guns, eltht 1.8-iuhf
i 4-nucht guns and A jree ma.

tls4.' he BoydI t wasi last, report,
94 w divlagig taketart ln the niiga;e
ment rib. At ort, A ur:.

S AlexieUf a'uotinees anu.
to the tRussta f.feet at

Ac tot the V i' a report
th i wa destroyed by a mine
SF 1$, witis a ogs0 of TO 0ieers
.i, No detaI i tls f air 'are.
It is believed tht the
cruise 4dldeitjallYr it a m*ne iW
4W fa the' torpeodo traaiport
: tu ilth waa destroyed with a

'lan 'onsulat6 Dettrayed. t
YorlcFb."i17s,-Tho Russlana
o nher W~W destroyed :utn-
rt by i ays a, World die-.

Ab wcic was'ilhp-a
the Aitnese ,wYarships at the
of ti. Ytang Tie river Is n6w

ir4tan Crplaer Fired Upon,
etem'burg, "eb; 1.7,-A soml-of-
ilegraii dated .trom headquar-
tW+ viceroy at Port Arthurisays
man cruiser Hiansa, which had
itt to remove German subjects
irt Arth ad wlhitch had on.
iso anumber ohildt feO, hail been liroft upon
iese warship., .The tcle-
iltirates the .tateineent that
0patnea torpedo :boats have
k. Itf a night attack o Port
All wal quiet on Feb. lis
e sphere of the war opera-

d e.t Oerman nCrulae.
ruat, ortmday, Feb. 15.--The
the Ge.rmitt cruiser f anaa
atnwaee Wauships occurred
si proceed liig to' Port A.t.
tae away the German reost
ot when t ae latter were.
of her:L s The 'Hatsa was,
S. .On her arrival at, Port"
took B ntthoad li ttittber of
i Mstatt 'arlor anid left thoe
SfLtIrther Iacide'nt ".
-s.of repairltg the damaged
'.tlehtps .a prdgrwiiP. :rap-
1., Chlnas workitei were
aby the bo0bardment,

tio t'prAoh o "the 0hil-

*are h.olly- uadamat ii
attc,. 'the people
L uaioUn sad busi.ne. is
but the lutmost trantihlli

iligien at'w n. iM diay,
wtltar' evti.w b5$ore
1|Adri s Alitx,a; who 4.-
gcling t. fapanwee as.

a" ll iea would fllay
laterior des'tei thatL

Mo-t. tI the Ar Aass-

optu .i4 it lea8 fivei om al retlit n ite.s into tie trell ries antl
teatralrIna lud l1te' atort 'vo the lpelrtil bank andi t ncreased'l
0(, i 0 #tel fleiet, t ohu withWitwals for the 1ar ssi;t are ia.
tuaslo, .gtt aud Alisaor, asait)W the reasons for t'is operate -
5t0 sY!il^ wwere caut in Jp. l tlon Th'le otttil orf tihe cr*lit notes
e. ii.,anaidi adjaent w. s in.eireultlttiot Feb. 14 wa ]tO,000,00O
at varlottl title stnce ntSautday by .o.b;s
small Japanese ciuaers and gunboat ---
Some0 of the stea olrs are richl prizs. Official Irade lssued,.
The mail Steamer Katik is being Conbtantlnople, Fob, 1,7,-An trade
detained at Yokohama, its status not has bee'tissueti oniliitAing the Turk-
betingclear. ih press to ret'rain from I ubllahlig
co-imeunts itfavtorabtle to Ilsets dinr
Granted Japan Right, Ing' th war.
Seoul, Feb, 17.-The Kor&an govern- -:'
meant has 'granted Japan the right to FATHER KIL18 SON.
traverse the ouuntry." it Is said that
Jlapanese warships have trapped three iFamily Troult4e Results In 1Tragedy
Russian ships off Yongampho. Nb Near- Fort Valley, Ga.
dotatilA regarding the result of this Fort Valley, F ob 17.- n Sin-
,naval exploit have been received; day night Frant I)yovs, a t'ao'ftr lht.
."'- aIng I utiltles frlim town, wast shot
Embarked Many Refu06e., and hlinost thistntly killed by hita so,
Haniburg, Feb. 17,-Tle fHamburg- SlOic0.a, ai yontilg, wai, 17 years old,
American steamer Batavia has eon- Mr. Dyes bad started to bed,' and mnade
barked over a thousand refugees at soinl trivttil complaint about the con-
VladlvoStook. She will land them itllit of tt. cover. 'the son alind
at Moji, Japan, or0Klao Cho, thle 0r wife of tle inat, hecatile otTended 'i.t.
man cohcesalot on the S, aa-Tung lie- his remarks, and tho wotds following
nlnUsja, China. very soon ild upt to 'a gnerai family


PrIrids, 'i' 'Miion-ril at %Sat of
War Uneasy.
'PhladelphMa, ,71.' 17.-The friends
of the ml.sionaarles 6w WtItittloned in I
Kotes, dManchuira a'di Japan are
alarmed for their sja*ety." In Seoul
Miss MinervaG uthapte), of O(erman.
town, has for adverali mn been e on-
ducting mission work r the Meth-
odist piplstopal church, Nothing has
beei heard from her ice the war
began, and tuneasiuies lii felt by heri
friend .
.Rev, Wilbur C. Sw ror,. of Beaver,
Pa., is also in Seoul', 'di Rev, W. Ar-
thur Noble -id his fe, of Western
Pennsylvanla, are It lig Yang.,
The .latest nwas received by the
Misiqoniary. Soclet f the Methodist
Ii&.. IcttK t as contained 1i a
'letter from Mr;, Ile, dated Jan 1. He
"The general C dtliionIs In Seoul
and elsewhere are gotd,. lowover,
all our work Is much atlThted by the
generally disturbed condttton of the
coutl.try. it is difficult lo koetp the
Christian groups ot of polaititel qqos-
tion' WiV are exptcling ,Japaiese
troops to land in two ,(r three days.
They ftre nteeed ito lkep l i Korean
sBoldlors In order in cast of wari."
1,(ev, S. W. Tlhomas, editor' of The
'Pltlnadelphia Methodist, a memberr of
the Metthodblst int Islonary board, said
today that all I msilonarlep stationed
noar the seat of war hav0e been mnotl-
tied to use their own judgment In re-
uatnihng or fleong from their stations.
,..The following cable mngesiai was
sent to Rev, Stoephen A. Book at Se-
oul:., .
..."Wire tis If there Is any itame4iate
danger to p)rons i or property la our
,Korean nilsitlon. The board recom-
'mends cauttio.-
As no answer was recel.'yv another
,nes.age'was snnt as follows:,
"The millSion li atdvlised to aet prm-
dently; ,ecur4i safety of women anad
children ..

Thr-stening, Deimonstrationas Agalnst
: ForeIgner Aiegsd.
Yng Kow, Monday, Feb: '-
Threatitnlg demuonestrttiona hayetbie
madte against the Hlutlbh gunboat is-W
'pieglh aiisd. the UntIed 8tatei giltabot,
HIeltit. by .itsadatei sotdielrs ';Whow. aU-
sltals upon and depredatson, against
olher fortgners enutihne,.. The. elvil
adniitlitrator is making every eoort
to arrest the o.peaders .and ia asslt'-
aid Captalna Blrtot and Saiyg r aatd
colitteni Mtller that full renttoio Wlt
be mid ,
SThe S.evaltth itib4ari r;iseatt a'.
reded at N* :Chwai to.ayI tal
T'hT Rittssaital atbtorties xeay the re-.
O'tof fitsh less of .RSitiiai ietela
near Wef4tH-W4#it ,'it4, -siatMd here
t 'ti Japan" will wait tdeittte!y toi
la*d troMop Wn IMano iortf '.a she ow4-
itta ptiitalt o i. tt s:' f tl ,: the lts
oblhitit b t Janu illiseW o. Ia great

It ts said th e.i'tthter strtick li thlBeoy
and his ~rowtl ditg,lhter several times,
and waas in the, act of r.htttln hilLg w.ff(,
whein tihe son i lit ati tilefitif r threo
tinmgts ly a iie of tlihe balls t(rlkltig
him. It' enterligti tih sdile :nd going
almost .lithlrily throughh h il h otly;
'rie boy states that lie ',hot,. int)
the celling twlei to fi'lighten lits fath-
er, al'etr wiidch his father :tlshod, tt
htnii, tnu l In ithe osiIflle tihe pistol was
iccidtontally tliclitarged, whii iettieaultvdi
int Mlr. .lDy)e' 1l0atli, No \vitieaseto
excopt holill mniotdll le tmulblorl i>f: t'he.
T'ailliy wir'ot. prsei'oti, anid tilh y tll say
ti Hst)tn wtas not at. fault,
Mr. Dyess was aholti fifty-eight
years old, alnd bioroe t) e 'eptuttlon olf
being a qulitt ptIit'eiable clt.l'o1, lHe
was boririi and rtlrd ii this contitpully
alid liad nover lemi'ii ti-any 'irit' it dif.
lietlty lIprt i to this Litti. lie loavun
a wlt'itand six chltldrtt.


Re4.itered Mall Pouch Rlfled.-Much
Money Was Secured,
alke City, ('ol, Febl 17 The itilg ;
Sail th rii-s bot"iit'ln Il'! (o !'lly tiidt
S pil|>iii'Tl'f h lia hi'li C hiId till by i11yAl ml
tlen ati id Ith ru r o rl it ltltt rifled.
As thilid 'is pr ly d y t liht t illitli.is ill
It \iiI;icinity, i1 is hxllh i'i co midora.
liet iotniley uWt, itdl'itr.t.l lty thlie roh
bters, who midtle 'gxid thtti *,ap'o,
A sherlift Pl is hias goinll in p11ir,
mnilt, of' the hold.1-p'I..
So.vral United Stlates mailts ftnm
fletivets l t if their wity I, thN il't stoi
of the robbery anld will jkin In thtt


Schooner Scotla Goes Down with All
onh oard,
Niitcl-ket. Mat.ss ll. el ... the NO'
va Scotta ..' clointt.r vcottI Qtnen
strui:l, onir 'Tuek tcrmut-i ilol altni NaltN-
tielolut tsotnd last ngiti it. aI at nothing.
can he 0 teet iofthe 1 ,'.el' today It 'i`
thought. Mbh Is Irttt,' with all hlnds,
niteniterlng fvte I'i, t"

CarnIval at Mobll,
Moble; Ala, F'1IT 17 '.Thi.;last iwd-"
princial dta:y uf the t"arntval f.celeirat
t!'0 dawned witli ovtreiast ltiies, but
conditioning wiere< othierwpiM tf.iorafdi,
4tr h.tte f parai.'tt of the 6i, rii ltystit'
,M(tete, #. Ti rat sai) t"d tbAln it n Aitgtt
aiud, oday 'brist thoiu i eof vi"t-
t>r u and, the n' wd etvr herei 'T'he' aftlri,'' T .t e'( iraie d l
Mrge 0anft etr'i atfrtii t'. ple pti
'pail ltaratdts-s will be1 toil'ht .luthowevsr
iwheni thu 'lntfat h i nuxjthl';s and Ordier.
of gMytlt wiM a~.tear, to be 'ollowed:

re obrtliof hpi i lttttl -, i I'e ti r
uecn 4,':ji$, $rfati o hfinttt a tal rtetit,
,fc s tit bt:td 'p. a iati^ a ba;
Na of '^t. at We prtp 'tiltoit ((

1 *ble he 4 nd thh inis d




United Fruit ComWpany Su'oceeidis ln
Acquiring Cooncellona.
*MotbIle, Ala,, Feb+ 17.-Rdbhert It.
Mtinser, inaetiingo at., leiilse. irlttish
Hoindhran, of the unitedd Fruilt ionmpi-
uy., l inl Mbile.
ir, Mans te sn'.s it thioe Is any rov-
olution Iin llotihduira now lhe'.loes ttL
know o it. .Mr. Mt ns u ring d, the,
news thlit the Ullited Flf'rt company
and others havelio succeeJ In iacq ir-'"
i( the (titoltnimliil railwaly, now1 a
hini running 11t iln ies into tile lO.nttrior
of (Gatoinal ft roii Port lirrics, nitl
thiat the American. ouiitnuy w*il tako
oIver the nitagllenut htlitnedllitloly lif-
ter the' meettlig tof the iO' ii ltoulan
congress, on tnhe ihrst ot Mai'ch.
"T'e linw 'oenipliiy; leeol'lingi t, he
teims of' te i ranistler o thile lU'ol,.prty,
bhidt Itself to IstA Incl t iat otncl et
additional 6ti5 tui s of 'ilnliwvy wlitlo
will)i I)t 1. he lint thilitio h it vtwy t',r-
tile antl lih'lle tiive sctib- of. i (Int

Tfhe cotnititiy naiitrinlg til1 rt'lt:way
coiie(Sstoui Is headed hy 8ir W(14tin
Vani Hori,, ofr th Cidui t adlic. it i
railway, nid withii hiti at Min"r
Koitt ndi other noted cipttaltla ititd
railroad. int,. i well as thile ieti 'f.
th( Ultitet IPrrit ',,f to ipiiy. Thie
TiJedTi, rirult t eoini1itly wit. ( oulio't
the hallway 'luo lines,


Seyeral States Visited by Extremely
Cold Weather.
(levitltal, 0I'.. 1 Fli, 17.-r Thi N w\aI
the cohttl tilny iit Clovoland iutl
northern Oitlitb illv il year's, TIh.gov-
eOrniLent tlhelriniol.tuo r fe'gistoel'll flight
degrees oIlow zroi while a lit H onl
points thio.o iloriunuy floi to 1 riegrit'ras
twlo w V1'1O0
Dltrollt, MIch.. Febf. l +...Init tigkit
wai the e(ldlHt of oIriO wltier Ill thl
lower Ipontii olii .goverpniin thertotetetor dlrolppti 1tO
9i.i ltulow tiuo t.. li'id l ilal it m tiiarlH
that thepiOeIrointlmter rogltttored Pit h1 .
low last aglght and lt Allllilu wuwIt t1
dgrl'ees beloW
Syracuse, l'ol, 17.- A irece snoiw
storln i- raging ttll |] hllit11h iih s its
tion. Thoe thlrieme'or hi yi'ti.i, N,
was Ifi d(gtri'ePt A to lt ow i;:)'i l diallg t I
illghl All lrnl ltins t' t'n i', -
New York .,'olt. 1 i7 Plei, rie l wtilntl
todayy tdidtd o tithei is l omirnt il iinilt
by al 'drop of r Phi.i'tlin tl inl tii liete r
attiro wlthin ten hall lim A. .At 1 3 o';l(),los
the dlftild'" "rti ttd f I di., rt abtove ero, AIithiogh tie
sulHlth ilii, th lii i nti ts rtiiiau l r'Kiiti
5 to 1)0 degree ulotw, 111 i(t? in botlh rivers hiampured"lii ''ti.'rry 'Mto'-
vlc. grt1ly,
l'ti. ttluutrg, lelt. 1 '+..T mh rn 1 n voters
reogtet'tiodt frmc 1ii to 10, Iltvgmity flow
sorp' It anti alot I'itUtmbouW titly. AI.
Ofrry It wa.t 3U, d!5ertot bI.eow nito
Two aten Were ftond foteziu it dtwlhi
'--an ulitltnowit in Allglbiiny antd l.til
er o'llrlia at Certjtiis, a uttilitu ,'


M" Cr'dy B'rildiiing urned-L.eo ils
ti.., i t. d at $12,000, 71
Ifrtwrwell,; t,, Feobh It.-At half paiit
10 ''hjitck lat night frlre htoli oult Io
the M' elnrdyt tlding, oe(clhiod by A'
A. McCurdy Co,, R, IA. MAluon, .1 (1
Me+Mttliw an' di, N. Alford, *an thet
following 'l.otins were Uinstalu,!i '
A., RI MoCattrd-y, r;n (i-dit"g, 0(i..)>
S1. A, AMok t.M4 t06k hins anli, $iii .001
Mc"Mullen asi$1.." i,00 .. '
,."' N. Alt ,rd, li, i . ..
Aoinilllg bitdlie, tiletorittig to iI,
D0. t!'tlurry, ditaftgtiN tle Al tthutnt

IJudge Admse Ovttl'atgd ngrwuer,',
SSt. Liitd, ht.!'itl 0-t-i4l4 AH' tutdsl i
thei d :,tit.4 ,t^.4 ;lerrnlte1 Ithll 4mmir n-ay :. ll, -
a .t Jto4pb it' it, Sfliit lt anes ,t:i-
lpa i man .lr-I t illste iti. lance
i( prevestipg tlle loUidartct t tl fa

i'iorder *giittt te PtIU frti lt

4ttr. iSed flt7* the soaLJt k ^

Now Orleans Continues Colebratloln
Carnival of 1004,
Now Oriv 'lmi, i'.ol, 17,. -Fille with
the spli lli|' of Ihtt int'i' hiion N Iw Orle itis
eon itlmed' th (taiy its unololtrattoll
itc.iin:ihl I titrnlm i rotughtt from tle '

lo th Ih lii.lott of t i'ltiitgovrs gathered
Itt Awitn.t t h IiI' iIaraioen' aitI pir$' tlr5lp ate
in h t- uoli-l r 't*im'i Lltitf h it dottl .J
Ituig i tn lit ii' hlitivaitntu, ulitl terete wait. ,
ii imlititt' of rtini, andt the *Wet4ther
was Tr.tioltt ,li4tnt alw'tiO'VIna mskor .
(otr' lli t tati t "tiveut tke tu it iet t w.i t 'etoo
w t flitiuult wit it I'tthAnltii ted 'irowd ,.' '
Itet roud tltl r)tt h .tht ttroti at i.the
"10d of a tag I Ilje I t p et tt, 1hallo ,
Intu tO e hl .i iilt l "lit tit te Itlt mi 1 of : .. y
linautitot'ii 'ti l" Ti itue t was le '''
tu mlrao t sit i .heattfitlilly ha inf ltoloi ni
t22 a .r, Mi'. t0raunlc 11ut. tyflto, the
oitiit kling, -'hanged his til fo the '
dily and toipttr tMted 'the mlet'ry .htt .:.,
ilrch I o M ti rd Ii rlra. Tonilgt l6 .wi .
(Jahooe tiltI .ioti .t at t itt antsntial ball "
at. the Wastiin gt.uArt fler'y h, Th e.
imtstt ii~ tim ;iti ''tt iitte ititle :t!ftre 1p ,- .-. .:'
0 I, Iunu 'it (erbtit Wt OO i0
g.(ontf utile Kriwe ut Cu b'al of that wolety at teWOe 914t op-
eratthoul ,.
or t1010. at the aaniiariut"t d14* dl
elesed lhm. fact, of' S slight :itlpro
iiMan tollb t. t the Por4ti tt l slitli..
ma >na, hiathe eltlo.ruf ito'itlat "ll
fell ftrom he kn t olith0od os t I Ia tl-
Atltht't parade itt wasi petitapti: fatally:
.tiDurd,6 Mr,, hpman -5 ati. ttea i 9
Sitof $ wn.g (tis.yi ,i ad: o fe. tl the
meast proliltWinttu silgrli. plllttotg ao
olb tit lii oe state. :, :or -;' :
'- -,"- ..

Iatu*ts, llI, flaPet I: -tIh
SY9 Iu as sutr ^ i-ls* waat- r.V$ ftp% :
St Phseat Cilyp MarsttN:es ^* i i .
. town. foun4 -a iitis tt e#a,
:lte has been aetl it ft ll, 4 t seyr "
-' y ie i .t Maim Crtet a, avh t r

Tumbled Into Ditah.

Wreck Is Supposed To Have Ilen
Caused by Broken Wheel on Tender
of Entine,-TraIn Had Nairrow I-.
cape from Plunging into River.
'tlalautl, Felh 17.- The Chlcag an(
Iloridati lltititl olf iheo Woetern and
AUtetic ratilintil, dilo Int Atlatta at
0t; IS a, lu,, was wrvecked. at Boltou,
t Mtltes frmin Atanta. Tiuaday ltoingili
ti o ir lt'o rahi Ltu'ring. ovr and it.'
.'itrig, Io it ls rpnlorterd, 42 passengors,
Thio wreck hi opposed to hiav been
eit'uSti by .a hltoIen whee.l (ti) tMhe tn
t UiC. Th(i trnli A haid a nirVrow e.seape
tfou itallig 15t0 fet intoih) toe Chatta-
hoothmte rivor, as Iho ecits lort. the
t!'lack w10 ytarts froin tht rilvr tree

Slx'otlCooleitian lJohl W1Ih' eng
huor it eltni'g t of tl1. triTn, antid iap.
aiti Ii k Hlurugis wins tihe oitiductor,
'the oiigln \was iratllint and the<
eairt were' ovmorti'ait(( nd It ia thought
lhatt tilny ilt' ihi piuisstngt wt-re in-
it. it l ti kniow whit ,'attined thlie n'
-liit u1it thle et-H to lotviv the tfrck.
it tlitrain watn ttid th have hoeri mtiin
iig :at it high rite itf speted at the
tiio tho weck ccI ad,
It ito tilil hat, af tli pKassenger
Mni eitt4i, wetrO crturwW with passin..
rir.I,, it ( 'feait-le, lltIt iany wore

A Wtlliclg train has gone to toie

A ltort'i porter. In tlith dalulng ar
ianl two plndiirttt h i' known to hav "
hitt hurt. In thle h(1 lltig ear.



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Lectures, I'OO Workoe
Full of
Th 41h9 0) s#4q, it fois rod oy stimi C abuy. For 60

,ygr t e e o a l t" 8been.d Ing im
*olf h W o#nCSIM ii tW w hill dou. I
gooZta ra gend n i 4 iih n4 j'dthf ill tdisapporit-you.
.t, ehe e mi iptorsslor t an r '

te nd, the peopl of it e iie i e peple of Gainvligmral
thi ugh ured dovin from tlontinued and ii' at 0i:l e ir.oim wa pro
frequent going, regretted it end.1 'im 'fo :M '
anhg. aA.. on tlAo : of .... i. o i 't w. m '
There WaSn'10. o service owing llO rt :
the aervloc at the various church, b
but at 9:86cl a themorninlg r. .l tati. n is
eBrown, the distl gusber Ibl te h-whi loed the pubflto e e
or of Virginia, de res dto W 0a g 1od IWao iokeI )a bo ess-ngs 'f 'd J
congregate "on another of hiu iteret- pon all inlispter, ,of the ofty and their
ng addresses the ok Lev u re, all the cool an urhe,

anld his work).lhab: ,a pli r ate o ,un : ':ed : ,0
a Bible readin gton-the Book Iof Loviti pened Morinday afternoon with Diblef a
0 esrammorei4 ngt b dul rsegtheicturtmbym r., hr. bee awn Thiss bion

: ,wi llserks and llstrat b t iand tow W Infor timsestate, aid Isr
*00' .na. . .,

Intie. a fo p&a4 at ltit veI a eH' i b't imted iont. tlyohe ssii, ear f day,, s
2 Black t he afternoon serlre Dr Ont"tAsn it
tImpres ive ioeakr w, tthe worke ext iuded the o puble to teeart'of engst
a res, othneasnubJect of,:I wi : u iAN IM:PORTANT MiwArTTuERm- ..
Opr Ro mpoileii ty w toul artee etheoa'. 4ast Fed a- d, km 'f ,
Wgofld Tniallneture .:asr(llotdratedom a Good'erhaoni Whyr alnesville ,
immthd beon a'rti, a nd for mo ~r es L t Nedt toar'od ,t ofr 80,'X ;.

fi h otr the, gr ce of oh d ird ishi simple of E d o r I. T mh id Itofit woi-a oard
ho nuaiman:mty, ol (ei aggrgattleio : of I 'Tradehas been ow agitated A bued t.do
his i oa s^ Di. Ul?. Ockt t i ,orny Inothing(de0i04ehas booin done;*
e eand ttil t toma bekand tradtio in aw lld ki ew towtl i thi Wta testa t id 'iet
l aire madesotat Pl that very hild riam tuated in st e lh oarida i a :t of Alaurisd

Eune great distamues ..ma r ... ti Im au o iui 'prairii1 hind plme iii V
St mcia r r houulndhifrctcon p is l oainty"d
)At L8lernon service I)r r A AB's rly the year 1800 this8 wa4 *
l!ulma si o iv wflj, lbni Iwt:alth :bei oot partd, of BKasth
italk- IaWel loits t o an ffo tivh oni- aord sx amid u t it wn e o r akeido largMa

Along flIanmidalIu a o te of 'xp lgridt crropd, a)i tm 6 w merchant, uprin i of ti va a
S "n:e ,Dr, o t' i"ttirtpted that :th tm y n Ouba, arnt ind te o W a a col

tiedui pg overiS ability a fthi o g d dacoa .tid ly,, mlm yo uvi il He vii motm it a in ter 1810 g
fo ra ,now y llariting iloite Ins tu royal ltcteh rr Patent were olaueda fromu c
ht everyone, would agree w ith him Hid o jem ty i Ferdiid, .'aking.of w ain, i
t hoad g sue e elo id amrai tdo to a body otf 280,Xi t

i i ttoaone iis f r. 'Ihiekii lamd seuch mi plitsphutC, Immnb*ir, a iil r
1400ota b thadtbrou aga id..' u rek tO, an d 't i, largedd
tille'rr the gre te of o.d a':id Ul e grant, ai nd mnart in idle of' w0 ioli f
o fhu aity, anldiiaggrigatlon iofur aerin mviii now n tandI ridin.i o 's
every bsittalut ait de ou lin w lk w that i diwlliew thlis w ave the' laret d
Sit nt ftreiio e very ro am in Iae i'nr iia 1 a .t olo ridw as it c la tried
(ltho *r r c mv lioefm iiay oa wyar tno r oimmn l bodhis of very tnlie and rich
il l ugrat dista ies in order ploham mok milnd, prairie land, piano; in
;b e Iho id h a nis te." re "'a hais n fatl, -compriised all tme 'bood-e ualitie
0 111t fi 4ial connection with th.0e W4n3 alud sucii land tit wmiuld make: larh
ne, sId 1t.0wa 0 a t i .ttidr of ga`at f pw it m, e to ofi news udIe r iid i lta in a

ntse D e h sdtoiated that the t by hie s o im taorto
tro e a ll son aris e rs t forexpWith Lt okt rl t ata tto lmlp w of A\lahua mi i n. any
smetlthting over.I140,Man an obe lothcleued yiand yoii willt S that it is in ter- g
I o rm ksby ~ h ici ing wa sub h ei o nto d ws li it irhsho olds, oi u lo than any t
1t tar, Stowh hlolne t ta ved riut y o w t rlountyin siala di raand amwhyir

't~o s .Osu ph t i'iorida t... f
K lttws 1 Ta ".oe .l o inewvii.. leh..i Supp lid' by a
11a 0lo ng a cv t 4. i n Ain o M i thi's l ieai' riufthen quai:tiesof'tho, 1 '
the "t (iI fii.ria Bllke l. fp s pret, i n inju rwmd fr $i'naal
0 e laret t i m e t ti n, *rock, u in a ndl i thi ilardge '
o IIW need of moir o everyo pasing'-n t1 n train '* N
00Pa bia ati si ts a aate iw e 't lu in elh tov ll i w6ei have-l th lr e t
I o l et^ r n t wo n 1 la t l th Istland tt ni deialorsg i in theli h
*l ona to4 Chin "Jt nlltt remts, 1h 111-n i i,
p t( ( ^ft Iis im f y0.a.y0ea to r^oral lo ll work4, furtili4r factoriea 4t
4, tnifthis 4 c t oi hta'C r t 'nl many othYr. lo'
towar the o a e, th; i-. oth ion; A o' Otitta on then-botfte ha.
qllltfo^ r o l wita. olhlp>ribip : t,61ii Mn o tw a iii h iivthool b ld ini onp
httpurpos to : sn 'd '' Chapl eyI i A* wit he prid 0 r0d(1 ti' bl r. fern <

fisleQ415 skivet'o 1* s, ;agt 4Oi*ld i k ihll ItIItit' ph o ple'

Iti Ebl ho th 7.a e *2. o et nit o-o tlul, j .e
^ l a ~ the oe1u ^ 4 ali 641 c s o a de an id b si/ :t uc >mad i hmwl! Y
b o -f th luar g *bt otlioriatoti th u > so: Wind sYlid a. th 'erieal

^'^.l. lB 0 l lv < nds an he>'^ >' l d s'**4N W h 'theint em'i''*-ll *tes.

dies, Xa r Sarth ,V* Mqlin Mld hain
tller, 4ies fiAnalth lSmith, who
Oe th eg rIan extended tour tini
00veI'd daring manner,
'hoe lad1e, who were of u nusoll
tnat 0peaThIe, statp d at the United,
States lnd ) icte, where they wenx to
seure, pome information regaridng
0ivinment lantdi in the South, that
tey are. t rom harlton county, Geor-
glia, aiirthat thlley .are, ljoturneylng
alone to Sooth Florida, A readi, bediig
their object point.
"Aren't yon afraid to travel without
gentlemen escorts?' ventured Clerk
Watlnwrght, with a shy glance wiich
Ioipliedy thathe' felt hlie might have
offended theni.
"'h, no," replied the elderly lady.
"We are well armed and have nothing
to fear. The people, all along the
route have been very courteous to use
filid the trips proving1uch a novelty
itht we arre really well pleaded." '
'Tho wagon in which the ladies are
traveling is arranged in a Icomfortable
manner.;, heavily eoAvated, and the
.caupants declared it a. e imfortable
a uiny room ni They proceeded on their
journey Saturday afternoon.
Read This.
Martin," epnfiJu'i; 1901.
')r. E. .W. Hall, St. Slouis,. w
Dea 03r: I tae 'pleasure !in tajI
lhat I have used youreGreat Piseovery
with much benefit, hovin g lered for
edrs with kidheyr trouble, and most
reavrti y 'reeonri4e it to all euffierers
oin "kidney.,dieasei, : 1
, ober 1 Respectfuly,'
omana ro the M rtiph ki d Annual
3opferenle, M 06. 86h1rcoSouth,
A Taxas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texas Won*
er, Hall's 0reat Discovery, cures all
lidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravell, cires diabites. seminal *eini.
ions. weak andI lani backs, rhe uina-
tiem and all irrogularities of the kid.
ley and bladder i both ina n andt
rnIen, regIilates bladder troubloi in
hiluren. If not sold by your druggist,
vill be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One snmall bottle isa two months' treat.
nent and seldom fails to perfect a
lre. ':Dr. fr4, t WV. 11a111 ol% .O aimu.
acture, P, 0. box (120, St.. Louis, lo,
kend for testimonial. .Sold by all
sil Open a Week's Engagement in
This City This Morning.
Tlihe iddell (Carnival Coo, ptesen tinog
ct eian and up-tc.d ato e aggrgatiion of
how's, arrivedI in the eit y from .Iligli
priigs Sunday, ad cl were t1sily I'1 -
raged all during Monday' in "getting
heirthilnga together.'' 'lTnIs task .wai
ceo m3il d's ; .after a groat d eal of
uiatling. and, the attractions will open
hl morning and remain here ftor .thie
emaindur oftliew te'e"k;
Among the principal ..o114door
'attires of the carnival will bd Prof.
Nick Carter, the -lii('h .diver, who
naktes a daring leap from a ladder one
mndredl feet high into a tank contain-
ig thre and a half feet of water.
'he weather being favorable, I'rof.
carter performs this daring feat every
Afternoon a.id'evenin'g.
The hddell carnival played a w6ek's
ngngeianen't in iOatnesviltl some time
go. giving perfeCt ,atifattionl to 'a$l
!h witneUsed ,.ie 'shows;, ....

Jfter Eating
'tutsa ettwcen rule.ts, bckli'acing, vomu-
ting, 4Mtulonce, Ots ot nervous hbead.
..he pai li the stomach are all
Thtuomtti of dyapeslah, ad tno longer
t li gl eit dNhe harderh to Icure.' It

: and 'Pills

strength. an toase the itonach nd
ierflt iw, t the r urogtio
Ajep$ no subetitute for HUod's.


S F A .

We pay freight or express charges on
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above EvY thing in the Whisky W i
4 full quarts .., ..5.0. ............ 0. 5 0
S 12 full quarts ......... ... ...

BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:...
S4 full quarts . .... . ';
1 fill quart .:.......;.. .
4 ullquarts .. ..........0

f u1 (ful art .. .,.. .. ... .
1 full uarts...........
:'. full qarts..... .....
'* *' 1 y '- .*1i ' ., 1 : 11 . '1

4. .., 00.,$

.. .. 8 0

6 handle everything in the liquor line,u
agents.for. Past Milwaukee and Jung's Be
Whisks, Gins, Riiun foQm i.0 to R.00 per g
Califor ia Wine from I00 to 2.50 pergal. I
ported Wines Of all description. .
1". :: ' . . ......^ d escri pt-* i on ^ '.* .'***.* 1^

All Goods Delivered re
WHITE1 1 FOil l'Rt( F ST,! i .

Old ore ..N ( V ^
Momintaithn Yanle * .J(ehimet Prid, t Bwe'n' 4-X
A42le' ma fla iN4
S *;end,,, Potieed orEx 1 re Money (Odet.


T"''.1'''''" '/ ";' 1^\" A .lao u G onn'f''^'l;ly^ A b*-; *':'^hctt'*'^


A Short Biography. ,
MaIteu Alnaal Hanrina was born
,in Vew La4bon, Ohio, September
14, '1887. H'e removed with his
tther ftamilly to Oleveland in 1852,
;a(| '' w .ueated. in the common
hp^la pf that oty td the Western
ff CooCllaege of H'1udson, Ohio,
Ie wal dengged 'in. the wholesale
Sho of u alA, Grresto
0o. 1 41 er being senior member
of th .$nA is father' 'died i rn
dl ihe r ented tdtiiht Intere(st
;in'i 7,w hen" te buasi-
tauit^, e2s d up, e then be'-
AIa e of te f let ofbthods
4O egde4 o the ioP an 0d oal
lbi040 a, Atth eexpation,' of .ten
RHan 6144 ,001ldNol.whi otiil ',exists.
1J a 'er O oon xtensiyely el gaged W in
l*%ka e1and at the time o0f his
d;a ;*ASipresitdent oi the Union N1a-
t ion )3Bak of., Cleveland, nd the
01 | il~i cIty *taliway Company. .In,
'Wa appointed by President
Ot&I-a l a director pof the Union
Snnawas af delegate to their

aeld l
cUi e sw 18 w nted

;' Vn tte 81esSenat e by oov'-
aBsiBsnall;March 6, 1897, to ,11.
0YeAnyeaied" by the tirermeut
Jos Bherman, who resigned
tthe position of Secretary of
a 'resident McKinley's cabinet.
ry, 1808, he wkiltelectod for the
`rm ending Marci 3, 1899, and
for the succeeding' full term,
Would have expired Marchl 3,
9 of Homner .Davenport to Sea.
Stoir'Mairk Hainna ,
yllle, i'eb. to.'--The iBannur
t~ today a. cartolna entitled
tiretit Hour7" a it is a tribute'
f Di&venport, to 'Sonator. Mark
lAvenport exprsses .great re
havingg drawn, thtet famous
A!k" c&"artoon 'antid says that
hxt honest iwn a very great lIn.
"r'' "ipveior"' *was deeply",
toilearn of'o the serlotus l0inesd
tr Iaanna, iand the cartoon In
nor i. a Wolantary, expression
trow and ;synipatby
Att~n. represents the )IcU sen
SlAeouc h and beside it ncl
.ahli fwrm :f tho latoe ."PO
9il0ley, with hi hW, nd t iwoed
a hand of hls atrtcken friend.
t' > .eS; othe. bed' stitad Unie
ktl one lilnidover hbi eyes find,
i Upon the flotw* rest
tltes from the north, south,
(ittii i's entertained by Mr.
t were written by hibell
oa under ,lfe eartoon as tIol
I Mark Hanna Is the best 'ex
b at I have flreqcently sad
Ita'. m an" nee fear car

t9 i tdertW,*i lilasb of the
41 ft lly bela thie stlls at
S .tA. "po tt tlA Th
,:hS Pi! i~it l',,

Says Chicago Officials Are a Set of
Badly Panic.Stricken Jacks.
Chicago,. 'Feb. l.16-Th0 city authori-
ties haVe pravolllted tu nuso oft a "spot
ligat," In Sir Henry ,lr ving's produo.c
tion of "'The l Tl d," anil havd coin-
pelled-.the stage maniagenent to soe in-
steatd iu tho dream scene a strong i.i
canlemolllnt light. This actip',. li con-
nection with other' sntgalur4tt wilch
liave been plite d atoiut hiicago' the

torauhnc ii ie c thlqul ator in
the < in ol a Itt I Si e on
ry Irvtng / i,,I .
."1 t~l, ,that-ouw'Af" not nistin-
fenaIul lizaeolahle 4ta lite which oe.
cnrroda ho'eu-- at diaste 'wich wsB the
resiflt f a imnic, ..alne are always
Bterrlhle, and' thie dl M tears .he 'ipO-
occlured :captas ur r flectlion ,on y6rBor
city or on tAheaters. f.t your city, for
it could have occui r ed In any other
ty 'in the world. Int na cathedral
lit a church, or n railway station
Just at >ivs aas ti a theater
pantic among ,,aour official, Al'
i could lilke it t hbee thorouilly ll
dcUrytoa ly, .d by I''that tnmelhied
mu l ch irIJ4lle nIray :1kdolnew y at,
In offle, And I iwoulll earneaIsyb hog
yof Yu t0 r Pero all ytur intbnce .to
Rally the rineg of pinlic which lat
prescnlt exist aon, g tH offhials Aof
your greal aity."
$100 Reward, $100,
The readers of this papor will bie
pleased to learn that there is at ieast
o pi dreaded disease that science has
r'bein able to c re in all ite states, and

Abstracts of TEile and full ait orunation furnished regarding lads In thli
county. Our niallager has lived in this eountt thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

seating a nimber.of prEiniint Amereaun anl Eailllsh1ompnifes
**./XPa x, ' .:';;^1^':A** ,;,.*B'L0 ct.3a *;1



Must Pay Fifty Dollars or Spend
Sixty Days Working Streets.

After Purchasing a Pint Each eof ooze
They Blew on the Man Who Was
Con iderate Enough to Let Them
Have It--McMillan May Appeal.
Henry McMiljan wias uevileted In
the mayor's court Tuesday miorinh g for
selling whiskey in violntlio) of the or.
MoMillan was arrested' by Mtrshial
ChaI. inkoson, who look froli ltaesle
Hlarvingand Fantile Tipplh, two niegro
wenches, 'a pint of woisikey each. T'Ih
women quitaled on hhii, deo'ehlirligK that
they purchased thie whiisky.f'roni Me"r
Whenit MetMillian was iat raigiiiful in
the court roomti h lOl wonti iapipe'rid its
I witnesses agaus, t hiaini They t1Itiilhd
that they lhad putrclhaeid 'th whiskey
front 'himi ,fori a liln eiala ciinsidterleitlt),
Thet defendants did iiit dny thial, tih
womie1an got Iiehi whtitkey fraitn, hii, hlit

that is Catarrlh,t Hall' Ciatarrh Cure 'tated in explanittlot tlit he gavt it to r~Onhi
ia thi only positive cure niow known to then. Th.h i story itl liot tillppetr fialii.,
the t tedical' fraternity. Catrarrhi h- hle tl Hisl Honor Mayor Tthomnas how-
ing a.conastltutlonial diie reqTilim a ovor, w hiopronoicm'cd hhii gtil ty aid
conatitutional treatmentn. .Hialls a4 senteni~ld hiinto paiy a hioe f $Y aiod
tarrh Oure ls taken ilntrnally, atin'g coats, r spend ixt.y days i .
directly upon thle' blood and nii 'u 'h lndatlitwent to jail, but day
surfacee ofo the syltml tiherb'h de-t l . ..
stroying the foundation of the diseh se, bo propisel toll an appeal,
andi givig i he pAtient *iltren 'by
building up tie eonttiit"atieitn a sli st- I OI .,1 ',,, P Ai A't N e A
lig naire in 'dolnjg its .work T nI 1. tO ia'Ai A l
proptietorihav t so miuch faithA ia its i 't t4tls. uir k w
cusvetipowerr that they offer Oie 4i ,IAW'i i" Y tf t 'I)A t '
IlundrdpDolharis for any ease that. i Noic i e re. s tm l a otii LTo',wi wOiWt
falls to Oure, Bend for. lit of u.,te "i'J ""i' ,iaa d rt 7,A1 .4fW 111y Ai. i. I .
mol hnla ain lS ad ceBrtlttieiea4 f mr .t Nae ilt'al' i
re lllp"l" g ... Oriie t mo fi t ,whynl oc otioteA%4:
AddreO "J-CvKk y tj lrdo, i altdtttl t LaeNitd 4

GI, il tn A aS i d t trie ite l 4 a. f tOw 'tcoi
ltn 1 rAtxt tw tllf
E ttlileMtii| l era'esu'm O!<'tem aeaelestfmel

*)eIa e, iW 'ay of t ,,liarfe Bi, A ); '
'- nl aei' t e e ot1i t a,* Oil **1ii ttiaa.:i, oaae ,t" Se utl

but "v fllo th*, NOTICK iVi l(;Hi0i< AT LA GR I i t14eaal S'. [ H 0
Pn ~ ts ai eN r o H e .'. w *.. rip etrlr 'rte ll 'i'e :
bU** * **** UtV F II f H 1 .' "t i't( .'lait ift I a A)t '
sto ._#Akeeat,#a01
,,. ason .* ******; *1 IR ..-,", ltiu"" ', i J
H yi s C .t n iil iJt t astll

[ id .ara, etii.I~n,.Oa4 5 I wi se t ql wt<
1 ,oiA l.. L" ae. OfV e.

!\,ws m Ai*4SW .:4**1v ta> .dea ., .

/ 40't-ars VQA l^M 3BLW^flOE IVitX'%A


htriltrateed 4 years old, By the
gallon 42,0., .i full q(iarts 2,75,

Bytie gallon $l ,B. 4 full('iiirto
0141) POIN'T Fit COU 13411)N -" ;:,i',/

0 1 "") ,i'r ' ", : *.*,
Oiia terNttd '4 years ol. 01"t he

W Itand e al the la i ritoi7 o.f
RyoAnid Iourt;on Wi isiliesan 1th i4a.r
ktAt and will savot6oi (rant 26 poreemt
for prtei c h e IlI. ia l (alieli efu 'Mailrld
freeiandpo "iicliia)n 1
5iili,0S.,P6 IO,!!. FOUI'll. ST Ir t EE

Order You r'

4 fi l liii) Qite tla ...I.'l a,;Q ,dell
has (ilr( O bd aI u I il etarert e NO, 41o r. r, A.,, 1
All g(oodls t1e0i.dhi iO nstl box, Oease
tyhe. wanlt your hlllday btlallieui-
of Indigestion, La ("ilippO 1, an. will treat ytl rigRht., 8lin miletyour
orda rrrtoi prapiillit hipmeiAtka".
.l ''i ,Nl. RAy,,.Pgttl tk ,,"l''ht
Stoniach .disordmoh Coigh-s
P! EVA* t r' i 'tI"Afrt vn' v1 r i e*. 4 j.. -ti. L

: I TA '( ,

and Buildlngl te

SSash.Wi$6 rmJ I

luttr .y. XXX-..; ''




TA 'n

and (Jold]s this winter thait

AI' 4 OT){E1R relIneits


you"r .)ruga4ist

the anuMfctium',





atbiiesillle, o lorlds

i M~ORUAWY. diltor and Pb Ir'. tor
r . . "fo r I

Al: :. w.T p ,Mo ,;,:
*ue'l, w. r, wa ht _A d s. MTiOMPO. m rt..
;. m OFm'' r $ w' ,: voT a otlNu;te"
The Twie.aWecek's $1 A
",nths, 500.; single .co+
M:V ner:'No ii R, ti'
Local advertisements, ~5enl~sA
for the frst and 10 cents for each a i. -
'' oan il tnsertion... .. ..
Displayed advertisements for three,
six and 12' months at peclal rates.
Prices furnished upon app!icatio. ,
%Arria .e i44.4D' 'ent estinserted.
ar Obi 8tD O aies t a line.. .
'ipWe '.rll not accept tampps of a
larger denbminit n o than 2 cents.

The n-nadthe biwo .R.Week,
0-4 0(N b. e'o r.d o Wteh- b.1
The S n and h tlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constltdtion oe-ye r., 1761
Th, un and .the Atlanta' .;) *:.
s .eiai-Weekly Journal one year 10
'1T u an the Semi-Weokly' ".
T..,,itneis*Unifn one year,.... ,1 50

iLooking wise I thought to be as
goods goldby ome. ; ,

Some0 r Westiern ohurtihes have mi-
I4ed in b' sautifal y n g .girl ushers',
$.hs pagss th pOntributio" box, with

S eidntwll now pro eed to
na'thhoose uxteen railroad.
wr Int owho oppose his nomination
0. in favor of ild:

6T6 coloredd brother" ;'eplroia.rlng

| lub havIng .already opeiedd
quarters in the Pedielock block.

laoOrat0Io lead'dr Gormui calls a
on4rmyi and navy expenditures
omands. more good roads andm
linportain.t internal Improve-

ean Amerlcan sailor named
so was klle d n a fracas li an. n
iago.~ wek, our army ~aid navy
i:ngmobli aied" and. wo may.
hi1o0' th), whole country, be.
Sti rlghems m indignation I alp.

H1." 0.Auustrus Wa lrs and
D,D+I.,HMall, who are.. serving
001 o for conducting blind tigers,
Ibe doprinv'ed of participating in t.lhm.
i'Al jletlon ne xt April... Not
QA abl6 to vte' at 'u city(, 'sleetion
S0 ,reatst., pulJ s tint that
gjP l '," "lon .
sidt ia4d1in uitilhidin6up
11 o would pull down tjL
o ti onee raised I.t must nover
r td. i;muno. st.ay,"'' And
B pulledd it down in C(luba,
ft Ou6tan thK 1lliing, all by.
,o til t, Is" dread.filly
~. o but I. likely, to sur-

iw a idea"hltasbrokeni Out,
tore the Legislature mutake .it.
Sfor a. prospective brlde and
44ftmeitsh certificatess of,
IJ s4lslanl i that they have Lboeni
nittiutodld in th comirsti
O by law edbo'Ierning' thIe:
Si0se and the lirthi ami
X o hildrn.
;Th rsiAessio of (.tonigress didi not
(i oLg tecept pas a joint r li.l-'
UQ l|tanltly. #i0,tK) mileage to iulen,,
pj l. 'Thaen they spitt'a dty udointg.
i '. The $itate DeprtMient wf.s eiu,
blirad:d byi the law requiring. it. to
p) llt separate volume tht am.ts .6r
eli h ese^on of (igress It wa, a
vobid at empty page' s

Jl.lavillaint repose itt sren i d'r .
^ It itcana thi.y h only oned wa-
ri o ti preldaiy h a
1 lftj the we H HI itse d his limiea eap la( w

ia tiait a g

hen it
a4 411 yoi C
t ures wi
r, theyI tre
liiian this

this O06616t public than tree
kroa powers 1 4, Germany amrd
Frune, esin', ro t ests,. ;They de*
handed that the Integrity of Chinese
territory should b preserved, and
they were that Japan thob9gt it best to forego
the fruits of :the: Viory'aheI hlad wonI
Hence she .'aveS i Por Arthur and
the Oontigbuous". fei ofto.
But as soon a. s iOe had. withidrawh
from Port Arthur IBusla came in aand
todk her seati, ,and forwith Port. Art.
thur become a .ussian portof entry, a
Russian naval statibp, and a terminus
9f the Siberian railway. Immediately
tussia began to occupy the .Chine'se
territory of Manohuria, and sheo has
maintained that occupation from that
day to this-has maintained it ino- the
face of the protests of .othor,.powers
and in spite of treaty stipulations to,
the contrary. rhe was always depart
ing on paper, but bsoethplior or other
invariably'Interfered with hor depart,
re and. today smheht a' tmer hold on
Manbu rlan territory than China her-.
The negotIatIons between Japaan aid'
.Itusla were o tlned entilrly to qub-
tolis oadnoerning' the e uphtlon oft
Manihuria andd Kora, and, the man-
1cr In whioh they: have~ ben carried.
on by Russla sha6owl bon d bi i0
tion that 'Rulia con, i or!(Lr i occrlpa-A
tion of Manohiuria as a o nkalty; 'he
delays that have take place in ithe
negotlatlons were salinly the result' of
herdesire formore time in which to,
convey troop to 'the scene.' It has
beeoon left for Japan to unoover and ex-'
pose Ruse.la's real itntentioins 'with re-
specto COhina, and the probabIlity is
that Jl.pan has nhot; onistiituted herselfi
the niouthpiedOadd spokesman of LEn.
glanid and the United States without ia
oleair inderstainding of the part shb
was to play in teio business of push-
Ing Ruslia out,
As far back as 1902, when RoRusPia e.
deavored to extort from Chiina certain
porial. privileges, the AmAericart secre-
tary o' State, Mr. lay, declared that
"stch a cmineossloim. on (Chlina's part
would undoubtedly be followed by do-
imaitds frontother powers for iilmhtrar
t'qiually e'tltInIsivO advantages else-
whtro, in the OChltiee empire, and the
inevitable rAuilt mu.t bI thoe c(mT-
Iplete wrook otfltie polcy of absolute
equallty.Of.trelattnemii 'to ahl tim i s1,u '"
il tlli, ,as a .recei.t .OaJtm'nese writer
puts the case, wilmoiut' China, there
can be no opin door, i and without
Mianchuria there will ultimliately b.Po'
C hi na ,. .. .. -.' "" .
The integrity of OQjtliles' territory
which i hiporrtantto all AthI e nations.
that"hav.f aiy coi'ideiabl n trade il
the 2ast, isvittal tolapami, tor it thim
tmasiiani are to be permitted. to main'
tain. theinsiBlvle tin Manihutria it wilt
nolt bie many years before they will
halveLth whole of Ohina,- and -Japn,
will bi coimpelled ito starY. ti her ltl
te(' ec ner lilaind, ': "
.T'lI hi whiy Japan halisgone to war)
tlio little nation. tTihiting for its t"x
istenee, .. .
Another u ateilal itndicttioti o their
tlii lie u.f 'Seiator Tailaftrro ini
Washtbigtoim was fi rutfihfeid Thut rsday;
wh .t St i iate"ata limnt mianimouasily
paMied the. Taaferro join t resolut ion
'rbvtilug for. oiiir1ey (f thoi Stati of.
Florida to establish tihe most feasible
roite ftro the F1orld 'atip.4fal, I' .
nm view' of the imilpefteitmeet 'f th.is
.rsoilt.lotm amlid ine,'w ,,.o:f he fet'ti
Sartrirti wit'h ..it Ltit i
miny thttouitiii of dollat satalath-
trig oth.e vai ody if y t UtlI
r ;lal Wakterway, mtrks tle 'alte of ,
hon4t. '.ad 'ttilelt service o'' tb:
juspioiretior fr... .iorI44. ,t wt
* pt e r of work a"i4 o, Wi.itht, 4t
aot t;'in!,! success lai. i %# u
a b aidtithe Snttu it o tha dnai

lbe acaepad. 'Theil angars of rounding
Cape Sable and the great loses to ship-
ping il the straights of Florida during
the lait three years will be potent ar.-
gaments ii favor of the construction
of the Florida ship canal, while the
sav'Ing of time between the Gulf and
Atla4iti ports will make the scheme.
appear to the national government al-
most a necessity, when It receives the
serione consideration of 'the Secretary
of War.
In securing the adoption of this res-
olutio0n Senator Taliaferro has done
great seervio to his State,' It is a ser-
vice which will be appreciated and re-
warded. It furnishes another con-
vincing argument why Senator Talia-
ferro should be returned to the United
States Benate. .
In an interview the other day Go'iv
ernbor Taft, just indueted as Secretary
of War, siald fin reply to a question,
"Agrgulaldo appears like a very qulet,
deernt fllow. I wat well aeq.athinted
ifth him' He .l very shy and timid,
rarely goes out ofl his hose, exoppt i
a carriage, ~d, lives in almost com.
plet ilpsion, althotigh he I entirely
free to go whore he pleases. He is
'very shrewd, prltaps I might say ounec
jni!g, and posse~ees the qualities of a
leader,'aiong his. fellows, I have
often I'iht hi to dinner at the palace
with ApaOible, Agenoillo and others.
Never knew anything about Father
Atigustin.e, who, it i reported, was
torture :to death by Capt. Brownell.
It was before I went there, But the
$30,000 which you say was taken from
himn 's very likely in the insular treas-
ury, where thero are some $90,000
taken from the Filipinos in one way
ior another,"

.he death of Seiiator Mark Hanna is
deplored, throughout the country.
When he first appeared in public life
as the champion of McKiinley .for
president he iwas regarded by Ilia po-
litical opponents as a millionaire of
mediocre intellect, but the public soon
learned to regard himn as one of tihe
greatest men of the country, and at
the time of his death, no man in public
li fo wielded greater influence among
his oountrymeien. The laboring elass
foqid him a. potent factor in settling
disputes between thdiiinanid eaplo.yer.,
tanid tie .t'housaiids of menm who were
'temnpilyod ini the. various enterprises in
which he was interested never went to
hlni with a grievatce but that the dis-
pate was -ettled "Without resorting to
a. strike. ilfs death is a severe losas
to the country, '.'and is regretted as!
murh In the ,outh aa lit any section of
thie North. ... '
ne to the best idneeslf the d
vainoqent of theoolored peop who.
devote their attention to 'tilling the
soil, shoving thM jack plante, and other
manail occupatIons, 'is their oiIreas-
inlg lterest in clrrelt haipp0nings, as
shown by the hunidredswho'now read
,time twispaprs of Alaehua county ato
compared with the tensdduring the pe-
rio:d of poirticl1 agitationamong them I
The Sun nbw 'ha over three hundred
Ireulait readers among the beat cle-
tilemit Of the colored people of Alai
Ohua county, anid the list is steadily,
Sai0el tlhmipeni, presaient 'of. tthe
Amiierian Federation:of Labor, in a
letter to ('en, W, II. Sertrng, says
"liont, *ames Ps Taliaftert rroaetatpr
( Pto lormth,, vot4, in exacst m :eordc,
ance with the eant seae wIsh o 'o
p'nieed labor ea^ ,thutlbi~ll .oire
''the depaner mnt o otmnmeroe and I..

1eirt di towaN the
lsglalatoio advo Ased by ms.'' This
ktooks another^ Isetaor Jetmsmts a
ella a si~t6 :ask hat,." ....-:.

'uskeOlark 4alu aos b'^ hupp
:pe thie Whtt' $ thims .Nso

cogh- because it cures th'
something o're. It heals
atnd repairs the' inflamneda
tissues where the cold has:
taken root and prevents its
coming back. '
We'll send you asainplt fret uportlequett.
SCOTT & ,OWNE, 4o9 g earte set,, New York.

The $1, 336,000 asked' by the. Secre.
tary of the navy for gun practice dur-
ing the year seems enormous until one
considers the cost of firing the big
guns now in use. To fire a thirteen-
inch gun costs for powder and shell
just about $300. Four times a year
the neion are exercised in big gut prac-
tice, with regulation charges, each
man of the gun's crew firing four shots
at these trials. There aie seven men
in the gun's crew'. To tire a four-inch
common shell costs $17, a sixtpounder,
a, 86; aone.poundier,.$. 14,

',t"sway has estabi.ied a work ing-
miar's b the object of0 thilh is to
loanmon at a low of itW~test to
workigme vith w i to purchase
homes, Th plot ground :to be
t)ugh 1- -not ied five o and
th erection o he' home thereon is'
not to exceed a total cost '8fw04.,; The
in, terest charor 4 pet ece it,
Fortywo yar aralwed ilt which
to refu6 nd the money.
1It ia said:that Senator Platt of Con-.
necticutis quite disgruntled because
there was "great cheering" in He-
Vana when'the American flag was .'s
perseded by the Cuban." He thinks
our army ought to have been' kept
there till the rulers .had given apsne,
adequate assurance that, they would
not repudiate his amendent. '".
"Our Bob" Davis swept everything
before him during his recent trip
through West Florida, and that see,
tion is now almost solid for him for
governor. iHe is now in Washington,
but will return in time to make a can-
vass of the State.
Senator Taliaferro was'heartily wel.
coined at every .place he visited in
West Florida during hlis recent tour,
and his friends are confident of a large
majority of the votes polled west of
the Chattahoochee.
SSomepeople regard eternityas' sole-
ly the futuree.' The present, -however,
Is eternity and those living in It are as
much in eternity as those 'Iwho have
lived, In.the' patt, or as those who will
live in the future, '
SI the slightest scratch will deface, a
mirror and na ke it all but worthless<,,
how oardtul should one be with tbhe
characterr which is fitUnitely' itiore
d allcate, and far more Isusoceptible,.,
A orown of glory may as well be fhad
here in fhis world na 'in the next, 'in.
fat it would be well 'to get accus.'
otied to oairriang it on the h.ad be'.
fore going into'eternity:,

The greater fall' a man ever gets is
when he falls' in his own .stimation.
6lf.respeot should always be main-
tained iq order that othera may re-
sped you
A retreat is often the imost rapid ad*
*ance. 'Never hesitate ttogo bacIk or
change about when It is evident: you,
are travelin t;he wrong road,
'A etrinns have, betwei ( ni'.fti'.. !Bep a
twenty million dollar ivested i a
Ioam..inae mililos avr in vety nriehl

It elected. I promiseo,,tli. gi
duties of the offlee' faithfeuhlt||||
1 make this promise, 'rt.t0 i o'*1 j
oughly wat' those duties -ar,.
have alrrdy been learn: byt
ience, aid I rust that all Det
Voters may consider my m appeal il
ing their selection.' *U.espeltl l'
1*AMtXT7 l H. IE
I respectfully anoonce niys-|I
candidat foOlerk Obf th Olimu
eourt of bAlachua county, SU t
the Deniocratic. primary; Brao'
the support of all Democrats,, e1e6
ed I shall perform the 'duties .oft 1'
flee to 'the- best of my ability, 'I
spectfulhy,.. J. AXEY ULi
For Tax -Assessor, ':
I respectfully announce, myself at.
candidate.for the office of Tax AWil
of Alachua codnly subject.to the 'Da
ocratic primary. 'Having been appoint
ed to fillout the unexpired term of im
predecessor, I now ask the good peop|
of Alachua coun tyfor their upp
the pole.:a I willdoall inmy poW,
make a faithful and ;efieaos a
and to make R more prot e
ookt each auoceedltig yeAr.Bl
ully,' i.WIlIS W. C(0L
For Sheriff.
nl lu e )eno, a 'R fcsea of Almd
bu" nfw ty: :" :';
I. embrace this. method f xis rIgo
moy warmest appreciation for, the
oldenoe you played in me nt 1 S
continuously. fromitha I d1, te t* ''1t
and sintcerely trust thatyour. U I
dende, hasnot been betraV e I i
'ndeevored,,to tie t very bes oft
ability, to do my duty, regardlesss
persoonsor the consequences ti
self, i How well. I have .-eucceeode
leave to you, 1 Judge. I have
enoouraged to be lieve tat my
have received tihe a roalof
peaceful, law -loving m of
county, for which I',t + ,iY
I am again a I i
port, an to o
sume my dutI er th a
promise to special favors, aid shall
deavor in the future, as in iho pst
do my duty the best I i know hw, Pro
ising if elected or defeated not to b,
candidate, for the 'offie again, l
pectfully, L. W. FENNFLL
bo the )Demoa't of Af/lua (un
1 announce myself a candidate
Shierifflof Alachua coliunty, subject
the Democratic primary. If elkc
Shall discharge the duties of the
lice to the best of my ability, and
licit :the -ipport of Diemocrats, .
spectfully, W. C, I0AGU.
For County Superintendent of Scho
I respectfully annoulice nmyel
candidate f r the offle 'of Ipe
tendont of Public Instruction. of
chua county, subject to theDemoor
primary.' 1 01lit the support o
emocrats, aand promise, if eleCted
use every honorable effort to a v
thie public school interests of the"
ty. E.)M0 LYNOi
I hereby 'ni>hnounee myself a Os
late for the nflic( o 6f Siperinte
,of Public I nttruction of Alaohuitci
Sy, subject to the action of the p
'matic primary, and retpeotfuiy li
:,ia suppo rt of all Demoo rati vo
(tspectfully, .. J . ^iyUJL
I am a candidate for .thoe off
.,rperintenderit of Public Instlru
of Alash as counnty,abjeeito thte,
If the Democratle prita ry, andi
the iouppor. of )Iemopitro iote
elected, I W ill favor retren
and the payment of tihe school dr
J.L.L t
S..'Foir Tax Clldofleerto,:.
I hereby announce mself at
date for renomiination as Ta x .
tor of AlsehUa county, aubjvoft
)Democratiopriimary, If .t i'i
ni ted atid eleted.t, I *hall filt
.hag ath e' ti uuimsbie 4o
offtdet. I respeao tful sliI .01 i
port in the coming eanmpiitii
speetftlly, ,.,
,t"o,1., 9 .. A I' .1 r ]NJ TV,
I hbear- the ammmei ii
date before thme Ithuomankss


eautn trm a* $ v io 12 Twseo-Wee1 5
04oltwt otf AVANItai .suideemsta P


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SWain lgirtnbhay. h

I rior ,a ig.y .and' Other -Havye
1en Invited to S ea464- and ,lab-
orAte Program WilI be Arranged ffor

February l22, Wauhingten's Birth-
day, Will be a, big day in' Gainesville
If thb progrant s.so far arranged can
be carried through. "
On Washington'e Birthday Washing-
ton Post No. 8, Patriotic Ordei~ Son. of
Anierlaa,' will deliver to the Oainesj
ville traded And High School a 'mag-
,niflcent American flag, which will be
ise by appropriate eerfeoniei, on-
dor the ,eremonle and auspi'aes f
Waghigto C amp. .
It is. th purpose of Washington
Camp to w ake une of the grandest
days Ganeosvoe has' ever witnessed of
St tip l national oAlcsiqn. iHis Excellency,
noenor. W. 8 Jenolings, has beenin -
y(ttdo otpme and make the address .of
day. B, 1. Lyden, national or-.
pi, i ho institutqd the camp here,
Ua o beet It'alted.,, and will prob-
Ra 'lg a 4 pr poeIi aao-k t ingto
dress on the er. Representatives
iroi athev 0 e9t1Ips, th ongahont
thte tits otne thiap likely be
Iiresent, an. with the presence of
ifby Smith p htpter aid 7 J. ~'inley

Chapter, U. DtG 0., then Onfedaerate
'eteranS and membersof Lew Wallace
ot, .'A. ia -granitid tIme m.a rer.

rr I. J'. I Fulks, principal,. of the
ain saille raded and High School,
has onilsed'to arrange an approp-r,
itep granifor the oceasioni, and al-
toge e. a' most suBccessful. beremonl y
wi it bo.ubt be the ,outoiome :of this
_L ..occas ,, ....."....
The 4. "l Prospering-Oyster
o5@ Hotel- Personalis,

ile holid ya, and much interest:
r siPiifetted by both teachers

e l oiuenternions w re rdtlive red
resbyterian church on Sunday
We Rev. Mr. Koigwin to large
reotative congregatliont.
S ad Mrs. P.' A. Varnes are tak-
ll. deserved holiday, visiting
pits of the latRer din vackson-

J. :arvey has returned to his
Midlnopy, after. a very sue-
roteional visit among us.
t ej Sharman, having finished
Ntlterni of school at Loch.
gln at "home and has en-
rselfi. a. pipil in the high

ipmnld has a lovely hline ,,of
s on display, and Mrs.
antIig aspriiigopenig, and
e they wil .,get t.0t h1'
ar trying to save .
SMoore treated hbl guests
rroaston Saurday night.
as to ssy it was enjoyed by

S, MRae left Monday on" a
lf, ter severa dayii pleas*
'with htistah'nlt .. ..
S Shirman is visiting file nd
nGainesvillM,:. :
a0*$l'or'esiAppointmint ,
sor W W. W. Coon will be
iiEg places on dsltes men-
the purpose of meeting
th, so that property !nay

s& uloeay, ieb, 2.;

tid44lidy,Fvb, 2. .

b4 4%oentle worth-bt

.'a ..,tidleine l it h,
I the an ad treat d


N F.r4, oawa vAt,. 4

A W04llKWon Cur o
Cures oatinste scores, chapped ha
tem, skin dieasaes. Makes burns an
palplesA. W g'ould net Improvetp
'If paid double t hp price. The bs
that experinooe can product or that
catt buy. ,
CUres Piles Permane
E WitJ.f Is the original and only
0e1uInOVI.tch Hatel Salve mide.I
tie name DeWITT.on every box. A
iro counterfolt. es agR e sY
U. 0. D AWITt' A CO.,# OHC




Spiin k.ri m Clpany Will
Raise ie Bl ooded Cattle.

id~slds, Too of..
W, L :, '.B. : :'<.iN o *:/R aO nr
id tda Trio of Enter pri g tsln Gainesvile Mein,
Reatlziiga oa oo Thtng, Apply for
it mtoey Letters"Patent, and Will, Ehgage in
. Business Extensively.

etir anI
ok for
ll others


Sold by All DrugglstS.

Correspondent Writes Interesting of
Wannee artd That Stream.
Suwannee,' Feb., 17.-"Way Down
Upon the Suwannee itiver." Yes,
that's where we are. Wannle is built
on the old Wilcox plantatioti, on the
banks of the song famed river. Heore
must have dwelt the author of the fa-
mnous melody,
WVannte is als the terminus of tho
Seaboard. Air Line. A big' business is
done hre in orseties, ood, et,. The
Lucas Lttiber Conpany of oed
Key have etablished a log oat
mile oaov'ihere in the river,,i are
clttinuan ii t A ot 'oyy -.logs
fto' lihe rtlll1 at e K,ys ,
I[i~eflry & l i have e abitshed af
fishery hire, and mni turers of
fish bas4ltts ot w1h y sell quito a
lot. They al59 catoh nestL filh in
the State.
We have three boat' U 8t pa S hare
at very uncertain ttin Usually ieh
railroad depot aind pla rrn s covered
with all 'kinds of fight awaiting
transportation down river and the
(iItf Coast. A fast f ighttond passon-
elr packet would d a fine bniiiiess
here. Thousands of railroad ties are
lying up and down th river,. awaiting'
.t be hauled to th/ railroad, Tic
eanips have had to unspend uporations
utiiil ties ca. biioved.
*-Waniiiieels bcb ad up by some good
farming country. i 9n1. J. T. Love has.
already distributed three- carlpads of
(cottoi fertilizer T'. J, Yearty, the
lone merchant of Walne(I does a nice
business iand lis building up a good
Dr. McLeod, wife and mothllr, of
Newberry, accoinpanied. by M iss. Mad
Rogers ofr Dering, oGa., spent a few
days in our towu last week. Trh rain
preveoited them from having .the good
time they anticipated. Th1iy- camle as
the guests of A. JU. lilleary, and it is
to be regretted that the weather inter-
fored in their enjoyment,
Mrs. Elsey, wife of Bob Elsey, who
is foreman of the Leas Liumber mein-I
pany, acnte up from Otter Creek Bat-
orday night to vsit iher hosnld, Mrs.I
tElsey is afl:i6 voialistantd gave a fiue
musical treat Friday, aeomoninid by
her brother, Mr; Willianlts andf Mls
Laurt f(laughter, m alto and organist;
SMr. and Mrs. ;'. Yearty,.. Mil*
Laura 8liiuighter, Mrs. Jtane B oyd and
1fer.'.1ligh anld 1Hiileary had .a pleaw
nt outing on thel riv er lats. nday onl
the Hilleary launch. The "lEthel is an
ideal ittle bot .
Leo Sriith went to Old Town last
week in the '"thl" to look after hisl
hoiseboat9 which had aiunk. HIto his
not succeed in raising it ye,.
Iit eh. That's the .gan' thlat'*,
holding Wannee down at preset. If
you want to liaike:Mrs. Yearty, Mfrs.
l0oyd or Mr. Smith riad, Just Skay
flinch. : .
[' Laurtl.Sauglhtr atnd A.. IU 11.l.
lery ar, wearing the belts as feian-.
piol fliteli playIn of Wannei.
The OGefasvltHte PritisnIg C Tompany Hast
S Applied for Lot,4rs pa. It
t The (aip ileespwile oProAi'g ( :0

tw l e'-; tl fbW'l1t4,
lct'hSi LIriMap ol: ,:(ef .Us*iOaioi?*-

Articles of i)eorporation have bY1on
applied for tlho Spring Pairk Stoeek
Farmi Company, which will be oue .of
the largest eorporatious of its kitul in
the South.,
'rheincorpo, tors aroe W. ChalA,
W. It, Thoimas and E. E Voyle, and
the getioral nature of the businesla' to
be transacted will be the o bItying, sell
'ilg anId breeding of fine ,tock, farm-
ing, opirating cold storage plants,
milling, etc. The elogant S)pring Park
property aitt Bennington, one of the
most desirable estates in Florida, has
been purchased. This tr#ct opnlpria s
1,650 acres, and is among the most for-
ti.le land in the South,
The capital stoXo (ft the ptoposod
co rep@ i? ;'\'att` *oi" -6)0, divided
,0) share lit $100 eaoh, whioh
e divided bhit weon 0C W. COhase, W.
., Tihomaa iniiid !: Il, VEoylh, all of this
S tlrlug Park Farm, which is located
at1 Benn ingtoin, nile ililes to ithe west.
ward of Oaiikesville, has be.on for the
psttt two yv'ars under the itanageinteit
of N. A. Cillisoni, ioe of thi m1ot prac.
tieal bhusiiwe it men i. the State. Mr.
Cail lisoni i lu made. a'" handsome estate
of this place, ind it is thea ntentioli olf
the company to ritttain l hii' h siptrirn-
teitlent of tlio farm's in terosts,. A
graiit many men lire employed, andi
thisI e fteluprit<' it, tlestinom d ctil be0tomen
oiet'of Alhichtit eiounlity's nimalt, lipor-
tautt iniduttries., -
Uniil the irast ellhetioit ii lJuly, or
until, their kioessi ors' shall .ho quali.
fled, thie ollicerr rof Ith hSpring Patrk
Stock 'iarmi omnpiiailtny will hi frol.
lOWs 0 W '.Chlisi, prusiiiit; \V. .It
ThInas, t i e vitepri'sidnitr; [,. K. Voyl(y,
secretary anid trmi risrr
Plant of Electric Power' Co COlairisS
Hands aind Will b Removed.
I'residonit, .1. M. GIralihimi if Llioe lh'c-
trio Power Coipaniiuiy ili hlori','s th+i
stati lenit that I:lie ill4 it Aof t lii is ni-
piany has ibeon o.ldii ind llfi or Malirn I
thle company will i I utiiahl t#o fmurhliri
a service .. .
VWhile Mr, (1iraliihiti nm willing
enoengl tt0 admlil that ih, salih hais
beein made, ho wa As iat incllod to'
niie tlion to whopri thIt plirni linis I'ie ll
sold. lfe did iay, however, tlihat it hid
been transferred tto partjis rvtnitiule iho
ciiiy, aidi would e tale kti down aniid ro..
Ilmovd .to another r section of the Staite.
'0Th 'Electr)ie iPowe.r (iOtpliany hails
beenu snuiplyling thle muiilui(;tallty 'and
otiiher interests of (tlinesvillh1 for ritany
years, aid it Irenmiova will he. Onii-,
iswhat liko bidditig an otld fridi geoiid -

' The' ret'lov'il of thlii plant will 'leave
1h rle lil to the G(iines 'ltvlle0. aiNlI
Ilierri I.ight Coin iply Thih e'om"-
patnyts ol ri! tight lhg Ilot k it niot
only one of tie l ti.Oiw'e timl t Oie r'f th i
tibt u m (odurf lit ithi Mhitth, itild Ml;i.
agu'r Il "i sayslhii toi det,'rMilied to
Aisl 'ltie ( t!.'ople of ('ti vsil'l'. a s lrst-
Cillas e' iv W vtce throtih ut i l. I, r e l i ti
tie has laways do'lit .
Mrt. hanlii'l M. 't.tlln i l,. d at' hii
hoine ii Wiitisori VFia., '.Itr nakry 14,
Ilti, in his wi entylfth 'ar iM 'e.
*dwtiu withi i t)t a ,if enemy it,, 'lmir.
In i .wii hetet ornoaifiiy', "o ,,'i '< a .ur
studl inaim i to lioa. ii "I,' .utilita,
I menmbsuru4 It.ltlll .(;a ..' }r. *('
Vf"tt ill .se'ry !ir yeFariun: th..w' wart
latwesen .hte':t tIi hjt-' lti ii (s Ki
yw^ I reiil tti tuttp.*l54'S inll s te


A Teautifi ValldXiuiA Girl
toarrh of oth j4gs y
0% m A OAN om% SAN |I 71,^><^ S>W<^



tip ila roreni i. tahol.4 Maria atrtet, Opttaw4 oit., writes:
SAfew iitonths ago I caught a severe cold, whlch settled lungs and remained tire so perstedntly that 1 became alarmed,i
topf medkline without'. beneit, until my digesthie organs came
upset, 0 nd my head and back began to aChe severely and freuentiy .
W advised to try Peruia, an, although I had little it '
fel so skt that I wa ready to try anything,, It. brought me blessed
relief at, once, and Ifelt that I had the right medicine at last Withi '
three. weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed peffl
health sfnce,
,I now have thf greatest faith Inerunal F. B, KENA&*.
O m. oiltln i boi rtlfit (xiliiit*( i dtolighit is thl to try. I am pleased
Wi IIilng atii'r 'h(i (ol. wlnh i id aid thatTI did, for :'i lir inld(ht spiody rllilt.
r ai lai, nlu h miiitl inid if wliller 4are p,'0 It olity hillyly condilili t'v. o Pii'lhlthih l (loriilt'i ioi usd id od e thlr iiinoyv w, li<>n I eW "\Voe'wrii tioMp. Y liuiv IIhav lr"in frft'ld I i mt, i ad I .
'I' In h ti rie t, 'ia ynilplitfli Ao of ( t'lilugni tonly Iidlv.itolt it i t ntt my frlind, hbut
o thl 1'\rimn, sthol ti) i o tlii k It. t otI- havo puiroths i.mvd soVriI tostUoi t givtg e to
I ti'H ( 1ti ystoun lgl1 tl iit oil d .(a-ii- th.lau ). wih hl. tio l lie ,I tlis t h y, an'd
tnrit.h, ha ItVo ithod without tl oxilnthit tlilh i
'1Th following l.Id t r gihvr O VOf 'Wg hra h1i 0 ligolt falout iitpl ylientre ii' wh` ro.'
'onii nil'l1 onq'hpoiut'>t wlih I'riiri nn; over It lha b.itwi uied,"-MiiiS M~.e
I i4 l1 is wOn Oiiii f Orw ti I'oil1, Inil., i1tl ho if' yok do tiotderivo priAnl t and i*iaso l
wrH t lIr fdhtI,) lnT,: tlakilry mwilln I'Snron lit.ulstn of l'etrun~,
I ie i ly ), hlok i u lt I>'( driv I(n th. wrlti ri at ii'o. tio lhr. laiir tin gn lvli a
iO iiilry, iild.6li,1 i ,, thinly ''l.4i I itl.. tait iietie of yo Ir i wt ao d 10 i ll6
,iu 1 hiil b ,1 I ,ldd 4i'l1,h ,1 l t'.eld oi mIy N ).ip mn uni i, ,hi'rii Ind. ll d r i 'l rit l toii yho i l g ti'.
thhtik. o11r'. I ,14! l l4 o ', i ; j.rl i(, diia or Adilrd-iAs llrt, I ti rilian, l 'Promlderit it
irrtain bor 'id ri a Iii n rr htii l i 'ni I Tiii lliriniuinmi iiiillrliiin, (titttthiilt, (.

Second Day lof'thi T[ri'in Wai 41 a iusy Mrs, L. C..Kmitiedy Piasts I :Awity tit
0ne -'Much l, i 4s9ilneii Trantoi'irt' d. Her Hom T 'lte(Jyiay
IT .,t <.(iinld ihi ,'lrer f emirlt Eighth ,l itdiAl (ir mit yni y i the- ilAitti ofI Mr o 1,, (. ,
e 'llit, thli ',v iied i olitr,'loik W% Id, l,"ly lKiilildy, whoeli fth d t,ivr.h oct4irr 4tri' t
inoriiiig, ill l.llni.ir .lidt o \ii Vi t ,ii ur, 0 Wlh lre tiii0 i. fitr l0 0 ih o'it utuinrt Wr.tr ,
sicbiig w, with Strit'4 attorneyy i ('it.ilrliii t hlt i 1tihli iprhigol 'tlnoiday i vtut iing. :
and Clerk h itotii ad a ll "ri "T Fen e, 'll .iolit'd w ila d ( 1 hel r cove nity.tou rth
In th ir rep t Ie jo iiptiiitSont year. Mlii wais oh' o tir( t itit l d i .i!
The grand jury eatloit i, i rt il iniiit wttely n I lowil r idonis0io' tihat11
( whieih w0ret no trui htllitsI, reare(,'ud tlo i uftin maitl n ofth de- i
Htate 'A A tornyu (tItht In (i t in. "si f)i1i, ". 11 i W lie runivdl with pIrof.i1l :
form tiuAi n a(ttrmi Aimidr. w A.tl h -., reg.re(t h' ill whr kliiew her. Stl lhy ,.
charge n n.d with iaggraaed isault. lteil l' Irlhooi a'l A' ttfiithf utl int'I tor *
th. s v f ti flt o r ida 'vi f thNI Methuidt1hutch t
h i. aita hi, t hi l; t Florfl( w o ased wa tll> inothir f Mr. I) .
.. : 1 Ii F d A ,1t b t i r t o t t. 1i l t y M t i ,

Railway ompanly,.was, i xtt.akin, .p L I ttobe 0so1 f th. o, l4 ty. 4 .
lThelwarywas e.i llt ,. d si wort, li tbrts.ii ad ,i.it. dron pis d
eiv~de o Sid a~rkumenift, of : ". \th sioi o t!iiin yietitdday for Wivrth..i
do io' I Ihitriln, lid. the j iuy r utnl r ri A v li gtrn, whire rtfy go atn
fo.r iwl. puitiffl ll thr0 1mu orf4r tie
l efeu .dant to pay th e w a .. ', / ,hi t f r .Ai . t i h i' 'h t t '''a Lt
.ml .tn -.unrititer ,if MA h itia, 'onidiilin the:'
4 thin oise o f A I. Niltdir v Ahi ; l torv '
All. Orlar, massknnll t,.' the uIftMl t Tit Mrs. lltihts'iasdothe s vi
thi.d adiltih al pleai, aid: the .~ 'ls, g hi bi'tle ten't aidl riritlives Thie .ih, : e.x :
w t* cOitiiliited pinfi thu pat yiii i tt' by tlitLnd Ayi ip.uthy. t y '
isfn udtint of e i'lst l to date. " : .'.
I. t e ripset( of Oislot l'hitd h The Sparks Shws .. .
SWill Wi ilder, # lhtin lii to a rail-i 1 4 *i., M. lptarlk i' way trait tritbI lll. htim14irblyting it 'ri- the ttlt'y W11dlrtcyd y l t i
d iueI d by' the granld Iry Tlwl ahy,. lhs t p ...d ;t1. .ss th. inI lot iinWe s .
ml; tch itlsnt w-a 'i'rrai'gisit' loti'ed !d M''u ahb i dlu t, Nst Tiho Shihoul' sipea .tnde
net, gotiy t afteritoal to ia rly well l l d10
fttsr:t t riaujniclio'n oft :thur i.t.i0- jt1)tsbti i hi thu oi ot he era. til'wa
le i., th,,.e f i ,, 1 e eftio n I 0 :argri Trhi atr s ar $itelran, er y
*' itli aA r r. t, i 5 *, i i'iivibr.i di o t h. M r. '. t rt'i.tl' pte p It t^t. d l te, r. i4,. t r

V ~sT04PumDoomd. V a 1ty peers,
;w i to h e l et t,; i hat the p e,( a, 'i I i' ( stte bank
"la:ii Wihob.Pr ,40 e W k:d4 t ': i A xr5tr 001,00 '
dt*40 **C af t i ti 040*4 5 4 10 0t, 41* l, I ir.: "

to ,u a'hia 5"ek hlv ;l klwt a. ".i^sni~te



$200 of Dry (
OR mon


At sw, York Prioes.
1 '.

We always keep a f tll and:

Gentlemeh's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing, Shoea and
S Furishing Good.

TO : ,I .011ROt? f. PATRONS:

Grand Display of DRESS GQODS

Our stock of DRESS GOODS is ready for you, inspection.
And we: extend toyda cordial invitation to call o us and
inspect our stock before buying. We feel sure that in our
large stock you will find something to suit you, and we know
"Our Prices Are Right LADIES' READY-TO-WE AR

We Always Carry a Complete Line of the Following Goods:

.. ...^



|P Lr:gly noemdo in Orgmn,
Zi~in~ Court and Jury.

Upin ReRtirement, of urymen O0ase
iWas Declared a MistF0lal-everal
Livil Oaies Oontinued-Goratnd Jury
tigs ihn One True 011.



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Marriage of Promlnah Mlilestr. Death
ofa oChilld-Other Notes,. *'
Mel1roo, aFeb. 16-E, ,. Whitehead
!lft T1uesday for New Orleans to at:
te014 the meeting of tlh executive
ooedittee of the coimnnieroital Law
Le .g4e of America to arrange' fo:r the
;m.ual mating. .J. A. A enviel went,
alsoto take in the Mardi' *ira fes'B
'hThliu at martinta 'of the season were
aoeu last Saturday--once day eariOer
hIau liastt year,
Miss Laura Aycook returned Sattir-
clad- fnii n v lorvtn. aslat nt. idl 'gi. in voglI

uyrom a ory p eaqantml v t o rew "
The 'pring term (i the cirauct court, tivs *and friend.sln North Oarolinh..
hth Jidl Olra tltr coionveped n, v n ... .. . ...
,g!,)th J llalCirci0t. on ed .,111.' . M,nuloy, wife and son of Chen-.
s olty at 11 o 'lek 'litoday torn- tlel, C, are visiting Mr. C. W.
Hi. Hl Honor Judg J., T WiNlls t (Craig.
g, with 1111, ll. nj. 1. (.llhiu, lov, Ii. .Moseley, in charge of the
he i business befor Baiptist church here, surprised his
rthat trbune was Iforomaly ourt many frindsby tho announcement of
trv thott tibuiial twas''; fonnally or- isi ma,,rriag to Miss 11
it, Whi thel selection of those grandhi marriage t M alley on
y by the judge, whilh wa,as. a ol. Mi Eoi Johnson of Georgia is'
vsitlifag.Mrs. W11. Le e.e.
mith Ouuo. Dam r.- Ii. tI. EIhutl'r of Ka la.iazoo. Mich.,
b P o ,J. 1,l Vidal, ,1 t Is the guest.of A. C. ,ljcks. Mlie is
a L osebrger, .. Mar.- looking for a plee to locato not only
Thomas, olhern Ward, for himself, but several o0t1hrfamilies.
S vea ,L"lm. y Wi .,M eI rrlmia and f nlly have left
0s o W, N lyde was selected 'o little daughter of W. If L Lee,
ha little dati^Ni1,w N ,106
hhasad W. N. Wilson seeretarY clara, aged pevenM died, after about
(th. gr..1ry. Urr wouis' tiness on Wednesday.
se of the Floi. lrti hTer 'lie tuneral took plae 'o' Thursday
inufaeturlng Company v.s, l afternoon, Rev. Moseley oliating
ohson, was i taken i h. sympathies of the town are ex*
S i.ry Was cnl led .and swor", o011f tendedd to Mr..Lee and family in their
440ors, withdrawn uad ,a mnlial l ., *
eren aount o oin penig The next sooial evening of .the LLa
A ort.rmined.1.w ^ ( ; T
d~ nurterinined, the. d :i diese' Literary $Qciet:y' will be' given on'
001e)0 o c1Lsjo the iThur da night, Feb. 18. .
r il> tooti.(ld by coinsetit of eonil. Th'e young people had a very enjoy.
t g i jury otnt iIto pen ourt able dance at thle hotel on Friday
tate o? Florida v ig'ro Wllrt iier .,
tlg into a trainl..a true bill. Card From i.ujtict Von Nosky. -
State of Florii vs. ed Smith. . id itor ti S -u: Th' item oontoern.lng
e 'of i horse ani'd butiggy,' nt i. e Mrs. i Mor'iso your iOsUe of
.1. F. ebruary li Ws notuItlt corret. 0 MrU,'
The judge directed the clOrk to is. L ont y served t days of her sentence].
.s 0 entire t coftiplete the pmiel fy r not th're months as tated. The re
he prs week, p. tIt 'Jirors, and son sho wpsetnl to Jail was that, ;Oh
ithlrift .1Fennell tniullmon ed lthe fol- absol-utly refused to ilye bail, al.
owitgst though *A.l opportunity had tiue was
loar O. Davia DI. Rl obertsou, offered thpr.,10. Hie sentsne ` only,
. A. iNawbor, L;. E. Meansa i etj o. W. s'speU e4 4 uring got l be .
eiii rs, ,I. lu*glass, W. W. ,Ara, 11. v, No*s.6 .P1.P
M Y. othto,
t ka* (orawtord, for n good ; an. f.s WuId PProtvok e
100"t #asoosi were e misod. The ot tih' ua noamenSet o tSh a
oqstadjo$urne4 until o'eloeO this prevent ive ofttedo b, has tbo ovy-
igprlii: ed: wiltt ll~ 4 A tei
syst"m, we"a pent9e"o, "..ti t''y

Met the People of Trenton and Cherry
Sink and Impressed Them,
Captain George M. Lynch return a
Sunday from the West End, where he
went for the purpose of addressing the
people in the interests of his candi-
dany for tLh office of county ,superin-
tendont of schools.
;Captainti.Lynch spoke to fair crowds
at Trentoni and Cherry Sink, when
Imally of Lhe most. prominent and in-
flueutial voters were present., In his
remarks he oiitlined i platform upon
which lite proposed 'to push lis eanm-
paign. He advocated a school term of
not less than sixn months, and insisted
that teachers in the public schools de-
vote more time to reading, writing,
spelling and arithmetic.
Captain Lynch also advocated an
equitablO and just settlement of the
county debt. In all, his remarks were
well received, and the candidate cre-
ated a good impression among his
hearers. . .
End of Bilter Fight.
"Two phyieians had a long and
stUbborn flght, with an abeess on my
right lung,"' writes J, F Hughes of
DuPo)t, Ga, "anld gave ni)e uip
EAsmybody thoht my tnie had some.
A' n last resort 1.. tried Dr. :King's
New Discovery for consumption. The
benift it rectlved was striking and i
was on my feet in a few dayl. Now?
I've 61nttirly regained my health." It
cpoquers oil eoughs, colds lnd throat
andI lung troubles., jOuanteed by alll
d triggists. D ug store price BOo, and t,
Trial bottles ree. . .'.
button Co. wil Operate their Gins
for the La"t Time This Season.
The "odds ind endi' having been
gotten together, tho ginanery of Du4tton
& C1o wili be paed in operation toay
for ithe last ti pe this ., se ason.
.nasmueh as .%$'there are a great many
Notthersi people viikng the ci lty just
nolfw, probshly none o:f :whomr haive.
te1r seet a gin operation, Te Sun
Is u.thoritsd4 to extend an iivltation
tio those wh dhsWirtio witnIs the ;op.
.ration. Thq ginethr'y is located a4.atie
foot of West Wain strets an d a cardlal

Paourmonia M '. M pFtal Than e os0"
s Nsslptlon
It is not t It"vly known that aIota
'j0et.$e Wdptroneumst thAn 0o0,
SsamOptioP TUNs to becse u qeveyo0
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kts fine old Rye, express prepal
it~& rL ,rx i8ress DreD0i

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goods in lain packages if kdaesi~ '.
stock of. barrel goods from 1.65 to s.00 per gallo,
'WT inTe f Imported. and: Dome'stic WNthies,
E. $TfRtJET' JACxaclivm

(Successr tOSetlrler Alderman]
Over Duton & 00o' Bank, Gainesville
Special attoentlonto Crown and Bridge work,
Phone 70,
Graduate Busitore Colleke Dentlt Surgery
Five years' experleoe in New York City.
Crown. Brl igo workiidtlltnt e
0F'111 rnk SDoULs. nod a.i SoisEr .I., FA

JOFN MEZIES., Proprietor.
f $ w li)W t J ,c k s o n v llle ,r u s ,
Faust beer,bot.tle and draught. Don't
fall to eall onme when in Jackstonville
SA. ^ cDAQoTA,
Surveyor 'and Notary Public.
Conrvya'alerg a flpeclalty.
Offlee at Residenoe. 4Al Easit Main
street N. P. Pox 814. 2.14.04
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ported Worberger eerBr O il

Steak., FisI OhopI, boP
to order. Pool,pBLI.
Alley. 180. W. Ba :.:

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