Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 2, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02170
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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p' 0oB ER''ENDiaB .
- .
CRET 'ALLY OF .IA AN

Landing .on '."e Coast of Ko
a Big ,Battle ,is .xpecte (
qlaimThey Can Hold 'Por

ctha, Bunday, Feb. 2.-Qua
omplade r o'fthe garx
a'ihl4 O general orde
'eithtit, n of the troop.
to thie 'act that '4ti
Sto larnd nd eile th(

ideclarBs 1bti Japanaes
ilure of 'Port Arthur t
OfMAtiv b honttor, and
ate a pttlts and koW
e4-orttra and bay Uts

-iln to t P ia el I
ilroad and withdflw.t
howeret" proceeds the
"la dmistaken.l (Ot
ol nd the inbaiMtantns art
must fight to the fint
S iommandant. will nove, l
r.to 'urrelider. I bring
notice of the 'leos darlow g
all to becoine convinced
ty of fightin% to, the
'who lea without light
F ave theinelves, There
On three sides there ii
Sthe fourth will be the
W tmeans'l of escai e

diit.dg the heavy gale
Wing, the lights of Jag
" ti't vessels wore.' vib i
otl.g durtig j.Ae night.
hedow Siege of Port Arthur.
pteraburg, Mach 1.-The No
nya today pcblshcd a remark'
itwial on the parallel hetweec
tur atd Sebastopol, pointing
t the pOrt are ide tically sit
(Widen 111 corresponding tct
tloff, Dainy to Kupetoria Ad
etieff to Admiral Nachimoft
thettia to thebo Tria Svtatil
Th9 editorial, however, warm
isini to abjure fatallt belief
i p';ri'ten without knowlIedge
mag Btoesiv eqmamlly remark
prai order, l;acd at 'Port Ar.
lt y, the Novefe VretmyY'.
Sts i pur.ort., that Poprt' Artths
9 cacte be sufreisere. Both
ttfreshtdowI sIege of Port
404 a Ibooalcrdimeot which aW
tro Liiao'yang says t li rut
IkNew 'VCwang, will occur to
Oficial bplaton lontfnqes
4t the Jspaneso will make nm4
it ivest pirt Arthur imne
ihotghl it. inslted tthat thep
det detrmlnotied to eoroe aton
idly as popsibie.
AWtitu4 ht Cina.
wawrgt March 1 ,-Diactta
ate of bsa*, the trial

Uresh #ritat, ale 'wil
,,t pesaities to tlajre 2 w


''''i


61o soeat.alu, pow paroe
plod by Japanese, s iose
ia re daly Augietsed Pro
ably,, the troops s they 0 wm i
Alose up 'to thli point, and lteett04
it a a protectIon for :th'e projected
asee, C:.po. ,

to tta Port Artthur March .
Liao-Yang, Ma lura, ITare- .'
orelgaers lvin, at Yin-w .iy t
JaPsese aot hbas.. eceved orders to
ttsik and capft!re:' Port Arthur oi.
J tat all co;ts

W*nt U. 'A. to avor Russia,
New, Yor, Ma4 b.1.-A etg t
at tho Acadwty, oi Music ulde:r th:
tIt, icist of the Clan-N aael. toa cele
brlt the 1l6th ilanneiviary ao tf y
ir .rth tf h bert Eflhta, adiopt7
reIsolutioAsorina; aso-aledpoWic,0:
of et e' initd Stotes ie fh r a ot
a4d bu that the but4den off'ti

The.resolutions which wer oft ont

tions:, cored the. ati.fo' the state de-
partuet in thi's regard, and cottiiu'
ed; i
."We denounce ;Icthe proposed arbil
tratlon treaty itth England as a thin'
ly disguised' altlance ii publicly avowed
by Its English opoiwors to Be the tfirot
ste0 o iOn o.pen alliance, Nlteltied tii
sler.ve rtist interests alone,~nd to
enable England to iwate war on otht
countrw s wiath greater freedort.i
"1 Many recent c4 of.the state do
partment Aveore single out ,and citi,
cised ,by the resoiuttona which attrib
utled rctaitry of StqAW Hay's motives
onttely tb friendship for icgland and
AostIlfty towards Rusala '
i's Japs Captured in Korea.
LlaolVattg, Marcl 1.--GOneral Mhils.
ptchenlko, with a l(talec]linlt of. mount
edl (o'ussacksi. hii raClihed Kasanja:
Korba,' and is Wexpected to arlte at lcht
Yanttg today. His men land horsose
are in good condition, andi he is wtl'
supllpl)id .s itlh provisionss. T he Ko
reanAt fflcials are ltiuing frint the
places traversed, and are informing
the Japanese of thiti tpproacih of the
Russlans.
The Cos Uvcis hioave sred the- tole
graph leo In North Kora.
A Japanele major, Togo TatitIro )
and fliv tutiit capt0ireJl by Corssackq
at' Wiji, have .been brought to LtU

Affirm Japanese Shipl Detroyed.
'St. Pttnburg, March: .-Aa' offl'
alal news ag ncy today itltibshed tlhe
followig dispatchiiti.:" "
"Port Arthur, .lrel, 29-Ae.or.tling
to advlcee front Peklit, $rinoia Chipen
has pdInated out to th Jiapanese;' tll
itqr that the attitudelOf theJ1 4 Jap
as living in China, who for more ithan
a week have' been spreading pea.
5ons reports, I; Ciltated ,to cau e a
rilang of the Chldase .pnpiuatipsto
'gaisat th lbufltoptans.. 1tthe prince,
therefore, requested the Japanet ini t
iAetor to fike.w tweltery pVreeal!
tire %W.... ":
"It i. aitirmad that a a.;panee ws
tpedo oat dwtrofye was 'bwn up ad'
.aUttr suk tlA'iiiS.. t recent att 1
't$. The Wreck of thte latter wel

Ametktars6 Can Jem Rusista, Anmy.
% b kmistonR, M S i -The *ta ,,asi i


has7 aratdth
rstricsa asm4y

ieertair sit


teeet


*'*^w.y
"*^r->'i *

t'^J


imnpolutllr l(to geoi: tlro e tni under con4,
lqitl, I wt,' oruldOrs to clemr away withe
)imatOitt. hll ag thoi're oni the tfarht'art(
side wtth *i" wi nlanl a.ld chlidriInt. Atl
this time itt s( nimthlpo jitiiobe. to salv
d ltie .. h l; .. ; "
pi4tnaly the o t rilosrv boa!t wer t



rescue e

howerw, though possibly there were"
L00' t he boltos wtrsitt lo t 'th' ie Opea
uhttifl $30 o lock wheI, llle'iutg we
ied the faire wi0 .ir euotr0 e' wgnail
tad' the l*aeu t1 gather a:etait tlt
1bip and by %i: i4 all save those ki t
Thei mn in the gliory ilt' .' wheft?
pallid at the di ojery of the Ate'
n*Mt up tthtrlt h the liame s. ,
biiitg amoke Threel of t flont'
their wayd rsailshd into the oo00k
pit, where Ut y' we're Riftb e it4f a
0r": wted to 4 ,h
At ti thiMe ti 'fire eNI; dt eover
the .wtnit we N fro not use sesat
West rbabty i fj, it_ n oiol r : er
8w ay. *t,;,yhoppy 0 e 04t1 ag,
I r 'no iPl a;I to' 'L 'tit ire



w t : Ovtr oart tiii .sasite ein
0 Death
Ms.* jtjIAla. March I .-.lJefsata e


--T !?. T i "" 17:'m
lOe) i il A Y 1





Life 0oa08S |tll4 4s They
Lo8t 8t40iaihip.
CAPTAIN'$ ACCOUNT OF QISASTR;

Aftbr Terrible'-h ~*,uit e the Steamer
Sueen R ahea Po.' IaF Semrned
Sure to p ': tr ote t i White the'
:Waves Were, Rinn li ti fqh1
Port Townuseud, Vas, fa z.-
:AttOir suttorint the loat wharrowling
eixfrrine: trp Aref and ':tit thM
has e. fallen a. acraft0 o4,60e r h
Paciftic coast, :th $teaM.er ltkkn"t Ot;
in horq to report ItWe lssof4 14 iYes .
Tfhe list r f ded hAtOllow ,
F'irst-claIs fpliogrs
Misa Steilft, iC lat4Ms Wash.l wat
Mrs., Ad4a tied ftnM expo.tlel,.
),. NeWbuty, of ,'*k8a
w1.tuawy. Iilat^w il
Nolltan au U Al
A1 Neilsu.


1-it Da).igs


Peter nMlfu,

Captain Cousinas Tells of Di0aste0.
seattle. wash., Match). -Ucapti
44Msit.of 141The 10temIt UOOa hto
jhurt the^ followlg c'O RoC'tho 1 *
ate. t which ovortoek the vosugh
At 46 u0 'clHck $undiy morning,
whtwo we *ere 80 mites to the west.
1'*ward of Tiliiur.ook light, on the s.0 t:
of 0 ro< Tc' nil OffIcer reese r0l
ported to 'j ; a t flifil l 'Wooo that t
it re. When I conll o ll- doet the .
iaes were stliooting t.0 ofet h igh o1.

T'l firC a ann ouli to gather helul
*way iw Iu he WtH e i eMa leter 'totf 11,e
Stwir va $it 1 )enwa$ Whoa it tow w ;


if tbe in to itReach Agri ment '
Wages Si0 *8 tik May Come..
1ui, tn na.i~U(, tMardh .' -Coal por
4tors and miners ofthe Centraln com
prtitive ohtrih t lnet lheitre today iit'
jtiitt (il|nli.t W in) lv t al attetitpt t(
ogree "tion a wat s f'i tti e cont
Tlhou wcere prosut atboiut 800 ital
ers tind as nt iy *opeBtors from at
part' t Iimia, tilinolea. Pfenneylva
itc and Wost Virginia.I Owin;
the? arrival o'f mnany rtilels frlot t'
east, u(wuijintrnt. v was taeron until to
morrow no Isluiemos being tranmact

eId Miners, was p('"trep ont,. ..... .
On iticitttot, fthetdfor ,t r olc
Wie Wtl w hei tuo aInJorlty or the, *tn
or cotinnaroial. interests of thito 0014
~tr are at stako. ni Htthe oi)t'tn

o at, Ithe rsut wi IIt r atltA



Th4s ool It il ultry, Id, ii f l:nig rtwt
t.4 oWId mtullia tcrlptfllhisof ltat
C1 vsWfti ri ts tdr ("Oi" '

FAMOUS TENNISSEi'AN DEAD.'f

Pipltiia A0nt s of 0 tt lio S.tat

JDreot! Ualntrd" this ikrtrne i atoii'
an i-tlness of ove fv weeks. It t
was opera.ti on ti ,a week ago o
lois, eand ls doa(th, wl>s directly ,qui
to ixhntlif hitont f corsesponiiiht .onhits i
ability to reatant nourishnnt
Oolenr$ iaIstsr WAs one ol the hes
rkoww seat most pittf ttroste l~.iltr U llo
hi t lto itate rnI played it (0.IPiCWulF
p Ait Iin its nIuilaitry, .. mterial end poti,
e'titit;i aflhe ati itnq ouits I
.inan that o Vr tne.ieledi the p1tr0hitniy
dr the Mlle mpis and tl'lurlrsti vn ll ilt
directed to' the : a 'vnineIt oft'nitC
.* tiil e lll th r i tvcity" ,l,
tititil 44n d 11 cewi ominorctl tw'faitr ot
C.o"onI inter r yiA ru.oatt'd 11Dc"li
5%. (htui ty Ini lIII) Ni'Itittv o1 the iast
'. g i' nr. " -', .. ' "..
S i Wi s i ltH 1l oworigltihlr idnl first. prits'
Iduit of tI' 'i ioin etiw C4ictl it rtti .
road nid tlrc lfr f I (11 th pri '. hincy)
ahbotit eihtti lntliliiiS .lg>, uxt n the
Scofplhltiori of the enteiprite. lie wiw
Sta brotiUn' of rlwar. li.ptr, splsi
cojisitit of ti ansositatdit vsra lt ays ci
the I o wth, tnl. prssitlntt of this Tee
S asn'oi tat ; it Ifron ad ,t(ita( l t
0ompaony, T. e ttieri will 4e h iI
to morrow


Husband'si Downfall the Cau of We
mtt. SeilfPstruotls .
4 lo k o*, Ark, MarOtt -%Mfi
If l (1. 00All0te ( frm.ey p0 4#1t' t4
ted quickie it the toasty hoepiit) l
sngthIg herslft "th tatt 4%'bte
oOoflea, 10"if
140ot (h ttbIritftuiiw .
this city, Ho wee1 trie the Ul
Id States Wert ad g4@hot,* yeastw
'1* the p41it*1a*arp %ar #rwgfri sIA*
at Us wtift wa well ,Mof', i t m
th* eu4a Mad Ut. dlrse "4on4 attn Hs#': 4* **t*

to t*t*f'la to hr aMad fvet a

anrm ws e aw tb $ *


aSzoOKoi titAntly A11 W ltt
i, the altiiim Tvh t
a package' of *'r 9

in lei cr ttimn i .i>ih

tiloi l io ds with 't*O la e
dian .itw traln hainfg baclto %i, '
tiece cud they' trsao4 P "Wh*IN)
they ftmIn ; with a I li'atl #**bet"' 1;
ed .iotw'ms in nw r po.kt, f'6tF '
tie, is ttw it Jell at Miridian. Ii.t
i'trali tiiotet.iis y that tiW ee or fo'u f
nognmo. were tvvel hi O th w 'it !" i

ear, ,:, .
B0040ktwn, the dead clerk. roi 400 t
erthrll while last' eAot. was it tbil '
p ^ ethte.m 'are on the scene.

Story from Meldi;an,
M.rldai.t, Mihs, NMare0Mi .--A 41ti

Into s t i: pt.L.le slate i f x.ttto n 6eti t, i d,'
a i)'i 6lwin in fr' I IM r d*it. i+fif
As the Altaln treat Sonttp
tr ain wait *lw',vig here for Iltretag, i.,,
I at, t, i 1 0 tis 'ii ornt a n4r i,
i'tlb nl! ainw, l the ra lway* petal e;r '
* itt ti. {ol twint slt ( )ot' dead r3, $
Ail osl lots le'ra -01, a .d 1$ h ,at ,It
)Iwss twice, ia.tiistn% 14idth 4sundi
.whil Ita w Wiver hi o topped e,
Itti *l.e, who's i 'a4IttI J !t a
it, wa* mc4'itsrd at N5:4 Miblls s4*Ji4it '
a40d Wi 'itt 1411 #e#t a 4 th0e4ti0 t,



S amtoftlo~s A4 t;$ohste .^ heitS
ft7n
Aths rhe4si h.e fiLp b"N etas Elio









Mi.Cau14W i.A
Ai00tt is r)etisnte at Mas


**98tvf Siro i|oske iS*


l* A**4#s *o0$e frets wh^tti e


RO.RRR ly:AY
Murderer lIn6 tti

Gov t' or' O llaiet

Birmitlghat A
ctlidlg to, o)rts
t0h Aliea)ti' rot
SiortoMwUitrt ot
trit


























(be of 1?reuldent l
a pro"re t. control
lantfi, Goasl L~nd
knd' Alaintenance'
w4t in au Rated
the eployes ,I
I manger andg'
Po noiti'to a i ;n It
#00e Woo given d'
e general maiaKage


0*QTES.,


.; p I:, a plly nmIq0eii tO geOlnIe to omiel:
Wto WIllt it e9nStdted the mWt un-.
.eaomiial4. demands. to arbitration,
and thecomtlttte l was oo aodviedo.
i "John lT W1slon, president of thi
1 t, hternatiOnal Brothorhlood of Manl-
; :0tfrepoindeneet with thea pratidelit of
- :Athe Atlantle oast Lije Ralroad COonm
pa ty, adving thiat th committee of
their employee, had .been unable Lt
r444h an agreement wth the general
inkuger, and :that, he wiias tding .Ot
aii ts f toli their nwtnbtMris who were eot-
poyetS of the Atlantia Goaqt Line OOail.
oi.4 .Ooainity to be returned to i,
agreelng or deolkiing to aetitudle hiui
to oal atrik. :A. '
4)1, Wilsot. satitd our presiidseit.
that li Would advise iMm at to th, e
Suit of this vowte, and wold then o to
W .~i.nlingnton, Nt,, and would :o veryr
SiOa4 to 'have a co01ref n.ioe upon the
a t, :' ::: :' ' ".,
'"04 ttite 0tho Fb1aro *t'r.llo
tninl a hoheAIdfrwin hliti by
W#9ik that day, living 4 Art ta asnur
suae g mtho wtuld 1suean ord.t. t to
0 u4 t' th"e wIth. This
wawl VlnWs tot rece01ved *onti I
(4 ip 1ew Yerk,'il* was answered
wqrn no a t el ved i $ta tos
ft Walto bii. Waln "Mr. Won
14, why orii'Sbarhike at it p.

?4w iini t l after 'the arIe was in

SApilleap that onl W e
l4 A* Wa 1&t4 attV'ihee in


wtae o 'Ilhlt O niplumil pear, peAhh,
quince Wh4 prtne halS tranosfosrd'
the cuntrpy into a fairy* ia, andI theO
1p:6 t0ee 68foir a beautiful and appront
Ppate bla|kigrotind
towardd Jones end tetity have
moved lato their new cottage, hichli
ht bthlltiear his tore at Plme. Mr. r
Jnes hasi been iuffering with the
grip, ut isB nqw better and out ait-
tending tobnsiiems.:. : '.
oierge Tayl' r aRt family will m`ove
s'ion to the house belonJing to the
Galuinley(le Peah Orchard Gobiptiy.
r. Ta4lor is the foreio an of this or-o
ohfrd and utnidr 'his d'arel super'
violn Itis ptoogreissi' nicely,:
Sexstxpete4 vry on. e Si will, be the
guest of her(fathll, lv 11 r QOu.
Iog aht tPet 5111. wihI aotsit a,"
ie hero.;
hlonis tier nai+~g astleit of several
ionthm with iher Aged father NW
YorM tA 04p1 *mI f
A tyici( r^ itess
Sam delont at h te:ing it th", p4oil
sirnA cft, bka4ti it ii ihuI to'1
epsOla Ie.t4Ai h lo by neaset or
over werlk k h e A ,vAer hIowp is to
fail il 1estoorin Aht of C aa,.oted O o,
thetr healtbhtt al' aotity.t 11 bott
at ohnson 1oI't* e^

itWtki r h CtMarkito h o Ib. e.

NO.iw ridtr 'Is Co tral'I" te etld




Wit; Joe M r.s.r.ath T in tw ^t


Rt ) I m;B1t0 be r4i0 trfom
Id h .y o toe ipthi os
r1 really a Promotion" > I
huldifeel thoakf it, M my mplof erv.
Sa o a pitoaMtbsineo s eta tih a
begfinijg, and believe that 0'1be
sp u9oaefctul after becombing i
qaalnte4 with the ,people",
%)ft oqW)p maly fri ends tl 'this sed
.i I,$ wi, h 1i~dm 6ess, b.ti they will






1iW l yearM ij t eon of D. J. Ctitl R
Svitlay 1hisboewee fid ito' a




Ab 'tw wea .goa a ruty cr
Qurf i near t laUe ti te da
pro$, !W e ,! nd itItj I
1 'tie l .t riding abieyc1e
TU L tri t "f "%4
M4st Drink UnIonWhjsky.
Nw York, Mr -Meber
h, tite1d iiioii have ,been lntruote-
irou tLh eIoiut s I a 1o~tetd t44*
rlj1( Kront membtro eldk zen w.ho ar
unduly,l 4uid.'tk to. the 1ile of hitkl,
;,e hereafter awt, It'3f thtbe 0y14y
st nu )l tie certtbal body, ee that)
thl CiteU,, blae l

itMel t.ha a nt otideifut iory of,
* itiakal 9oudwTe Mltithe (lly t(o))rteeip
tVa ol bIe iit., w itt. t o rle to' ;e*
a l jt In tlw joimunii of- l.hoy.: wee'

mnun ,lbertre" of Ait grl. h eing
a ware Ithit It wu forlbilldde. to tak orf
gi'eca (opy ol(1f thil renowned pleec eof
uaifc, liMozart pliinced hiaifit in a 8coi
6r nd gaeA thea.stricteMt a ttentJon to
noted dowil t'"llvMtti oio oleC, HrA.I
't4d1 S t tlirt Itwa e l ie rdit a I A % l a
thwx 4ri, .otlowiog the tousle with fhis
Wia cospy in his larnt, renoawed pltnii(
xt dAor le sans Use '4serere" at a
.onert, nMbrpttincos hokiit(nte( on ther
harpa Chir'd, aid the tert mtitJe ro10
dtpeid such uensation ing Ito thnitt



One t?( Wldstle eeteredl tihe ateilor
p ba it pr lt, riu'ar d o; n hiI t t
tl e1(.)rctitul ha0I, en urrangec lti-
Un he t A, otie alleviated
i'tii et a dutllt tUy to l be iupbst-
tuetet anld ii se *re, the t e4 paint at
iitir 40:) Of5p 40 ,i0 of tbo dPPI), e iM' s6 tt-i
it, INla-e 1 zi w4 ttler be ntt: But
, uiuidlitO ati4 wdrke4d Iabtoioiy to
'14t of .thoe 018as" :to4u4 e,6 easel
ahd eagerly 'aWat4 tbe imniater. ie
look ore tiialli$ 4elt' t phi

n wd left thn* platter.


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GAINTESVI:LLE. FLORIDA
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I IWILLIA
BGSST MAIORDE HOUSE





SS or ts ineold e, express rprepiial d $.


All.: : made by klettero s if dosires pot A very:.l







stoci~k of barredi goods fr om I .X to 5rgai on
:ir l li' i '~f nce soticited i r+, l nes.': ;



BIGMA ILO RDERH S
0- fuil urtsnR e old J(xress propaid,.$3 ,20. .
4 fu N bottle Rich Hill, exrsprepaid, $4,20:

All oodsin plam packages if desired+ A very l4goy
stock of barrl Koods from 1.05 to 5.00 per gallon.
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CaliinVg lt ARLe-i ", .. 0 bot. a ,.

flret.rte tewe .at, wi) 1 *l 4 s B TON e


talhitng at o( l ;oii bo th ways,
S ut:bou ...-:P .> --- -..--- .. ,Lej.. "Bo- t
Whtin a40.F., ,.. rou foot uof Catherine at+, Jackionrlle







is acp ilat $4 to 5' t I Aow W I 4*

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elditg1.
jilarge attendance, all
Iiag present except from
preeinets.
,ig was called for the pur-
I .a date for the coming
l4rana0otion of any other
h ilmight ompe before it.
ipineis t0 con'c before the
I$he resoluiiol of A. A.
lthe effect that the cam-
. 1ttLe of tl. county be in'.
,sse a Oall for a Demo,
try el:dtion for the :elec
. .emoeratio candidates for.
iers, mualh eletion to be,
toril ty with the primary
rO aw, rules .of tthe State
the flrst election to be held
the saeond election Juie
I, That two sets of, inspep-,
i ollin# places, andit
i) sliall be had, one of
uengresaional 'and State
P other for ounty t anu,
that no partofIthe at
... in d~erfyn f'exieseiof
ilcongr-esloiial or,'8tate
hiller provided that. e9I:
. have the .right to lvote
dideltes for; county 0cm.-
esiding .lIn g iu ..l'etionu
d meinbiar of th .ichooL
nih election school di.-
iutidn was vigrouslyf opi
itle a.i X!ItIh ?0of
id feasible

tihe :chair. He
q4y able, man.
0 h hoh mo..
.see in its .doe-
rious questions
:y. within the
i altcular at-
(uaoounty's
i te commit-
H eonsele tiou s-
ihe preerva.
for primary
poll as would.
I, classes, and
imary elections
inoe as would
t' tment in the
io on their own
,ponh the resolution
estilhed 1i eighteen
tnitteti-wal appointed
L1i ehaitimL, ii*re.
bae:borough 8tWriek;.
SThi oomntil iteel
^a*ilthtigs necessary
t the 4 le tico, itn-
nitlof 6 *ad idat.s.
1^o~k0 were ordered
et* render the law,
.r utnera..i teL Itcd

cia for Sttii t"id






Sr liot I b Ldz and other


tiehasissa1^^
lf:

result iobel;, exeellente irie'
turn, The stra erry rop i', ttaud'
Lakelad fa large, and the grower so
far rfe very biliant over what they
have beWen re ii'0g for their pro.r
duct."',
iMr. colaitio)h states that tf. e
cabbage shipmuts from' outh Florida
Are ho y, a4 'thtt the growers of
cabbage will manke good thing thi.
seo, "l pti formed eorrecl
and I eli:ve ii,'A1; sid the tin
'tmator, "o fo04 U .4 qf the shottage of
ti; ortiie .crotp, Floridi cabbages
Aregoing, .to br.iin g0od money this
yeas r, .' ,A 1 reaathstnay of *them rare-be.,
ing shipped Nort, anit the satistlfed
expresioins o the grower promptime
to believe that i thlywi ll hip 'ore '
So Swee and Pleasing i .rt tetl
M;#. 0, eterso 825hake et.,
p-Oka .Kam., peaikiIgo. lialliard's
lbirehound S yp saly: IAt L's
never failed tt give uttlreM eattsfation,
oyitoe, Id I must confess to 41y many
mrlends that tt wil4do, ahi Ws done:
what sla hib4d for it-tos pedilyoute


bttoita io ro..: attti a

Will b Marr.ed Tocf,.'
,:Aimong the vieltor to thiv t1 al*
urday wiw J, T;. inry, fotner"y of
alt0e bo whois 'now (ireindlprg : .
South Floit, Weirse he i.. holding t
Mr. e4 1 i ore -oIt a very 'irWport.
aat 8ison, as, this' morning at' 0,
Oelo6okhe l Lba n'arried to. Mits, Ad
the~rmhig. du.hWer o. Jof J.
D rm"r, of Haguie: The ceremony ,
*ill be held at the homeif th~ ride's
Ite nts,at 0 o' lok thi0 isorn ing, ev,
ir. Pixton of. Alasobu, ollolatiag.
Mtas Damnipr is o of t h most pop,
tar an eflci4esiit hool teachers li t0he
(iunty, having taught ini a number of
the best school. hieo will be greatly
mizised, but her friends *ill wiiI hter
:nuch happiness in married life,
FORGOTTtN HIS ,tENTITY,
Man Cannot Telt Where He Is From
or Where He is Going.
;:ani.. uFianc,~-ei;. March '.- :
,'!s bi. hi t aD uin uta d rt., the C n traln


'.Ioln Myvl, ia siall".u i tbie lin hi pock'
4 hi.riJng .tlnt, uoAitia; T-he 1 ie:0
l.iil h'i l .r I. tni *V4l' l ,' Of'. Nf W Yo riw
~ni that 4(!e4 somewlOre Upli tihi
* H iuda on r iv aI 1 o .i. that i li i ira
n fate o Yale andi that he ;niy at on
time have ben erngagerl n lltwrary
work, either a.i sA ft1ilutrIt4 r or a
writtw I Thtn Ia bqroe out by hlCorI
vierliation and he drew characters
piOturA cn4 doW in. tiho corner placed
a ,natur P' r, '.
iatrliortc face, .t Who be Ia Ii l
where hoe foicam troi: ti oOthilg the
.ople .Intit'e ,d .inhi e.e nofto
fathom anid this poiSM ihe poon hbmaell

C .Oolds'Oaui Pnroumonis "
nOe of lhe most reimwrkible o0s* o0 ,
dac edd e1ept1e on the lng, eaus,
piol 1:4mO4,i ,e ,ha o sr..1 Q0-,
O;FenniOr,1. 'M i tr. '.W o,
*sl r p0ii4ly cure tbyi iK te (e kftine
lae Caongh son he sayBi "The
e O P htug and straining s weakesde
Stha*t I 1an down1 it weight frwla 149

u ii O U-1rtioil ret


Al OU 47-


Male Quairtt,at isti ed 'Pr f A-.
noidpa speeiiaith o *.:
Bucklew'ltairfilcys.
SJlidHs world',wI fame for mnarvelpus
cures. It aurpasii any other sa:e,
lotion, ottintenti or bali nfor 'utt,
1Corts a 1'rne, Skiu r;, ,t Felons', i"i
?ers, Tetter, 'Salrto ies : 'ever 8e e
Chapped Hanilds, a i0a4 NaptOi8i 'rto .
fallbTle for Pilea, 0-t r guarintieed
Pnly 2`eetits tl a !d..."i's.1
,: ro' , :.


- -* -'* Nr -***"
Notice to 0e4 Ownrea
6 Swenuteewtht'0rdltu'dlte of the
^itr' c4 Gaies'vlie readsiiaS 'follows:.^ i
A license tax of one dollar shal' be
assessed and colle6ted trim r'the ownU
era of doge for each and every nnimali
of the male kind, Mand the .mn of five
dollars for eaochl a4 every tuimal of
the femAle kind, Thlie o'yi/ collector
shall give to the o'h97 4f'eadh do on
w)ibloliconseiI atl umhb hed collar,
'of'wlolclreddird ihullbe '140,t whi1ei
collar Ahall b, w rin b$1 e blall hl31k1A1
-4anidment;, A-01000togs ru01101
it largo without a 6o0lla 0 after th
shalibe Nttko p hy abalast 14
u ind, them s t
vi 0 t0are ot 0~o
inarkilt pltee,,; gKlvfl!{'^lftatirptloittof!
t\aniiio I c le ath '\~i< iul


other persbl within. entytotit' hou"6
utIlha paytth 'i0 lricell ldclaftrgvs, at
they wl be kiled. Atter the time n
metiQpued inI the ntio T the Wrn whal
hall 11jiall dogs whl 1ave, *notU 6
*redeemed ',.i: *fe^c ^r taking Uip
and ipoutindin shall be lity oeite for
eash hdo, whilh shall be Wtrnwd ovar
to the treajureF. Thie marshall sia be
entit~cle to tweniiy'-fl^~ cee~tat furi ebach
d0i'pouTdd nd reenined, to )e
de rovidd, that the
city ahall pot be 1iibte v any tfee sx-
o t asMb(revprovidor.'
S 6o via iv oI. t ithalt o1a11nd af-
to sunday airoh 20, the Binshil will
td ke'p ati 8 1a i Upo) 91ttr :tdog soon
wIthdout.the elffse tag within 1 te ify
of Gainesville. under the rvisiohii of
the thove ordinanie. t


"..^GANESYILLE...

Opera House.

MATINEE AND NIGHT

Friday, Mroh 4
B HeliooI ('btilrekn's e itr line at a P.i .
The 1 3Aetil of the Sbi tni!
Hi. HENRY'S


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We cover theeo important points ant resopouttully
:olilit a share of your bu~oi,esl




i-A::--gents forth. -

or Safe and Look Crp&

*Tihe "ViotOr' W ithe' NotOt s .e made, ani artes ite al
l: u I pug rhs.e f rohnaito io t 1 t a t, i a ihi n thAt 1111"
**: from 'i o:to ankvat jtt, sa v a o
S : by ,lconsuilng i04,toi l.11 orl add1re is,0

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FO.R ALL EARTHLY POItT *

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Depart For C.A I L Y..' GAI VU Artive tfom ,
8.I :4pl, es ing m anpHigh Sdap nh R r't ii8 p, ."
.Daily $.o Ii nte Polnt
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Daily Albany.'Atlinta. e' l Poliit Norit, Eiast West DaIly
1; M a ii.,.. ftupy / a*dl a Clara'
lily y : .p ic glo

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ei,. iln ay *
SOolog Weit r.Northwest Tiravell .vthi hlesgo a td 1 loti 4*.194 i: '
vesiit ia trall ot f t Pulai l.) slvolei Olfrv lno Ir, :Ult7y e g li %'
hesiw.liet, btkW'e, .i it."AuglIt i l V A itAr:0hll9 o. .iio y oe i!lRa :tL
Arrive JA ks ii ' .:,
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Attive Atlanta *, .. . ..


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It niny be 1erowagon tor s unc who
01ghw iaydi. at s othe tf t t'ir ofh
toi'Whoi th et of' uropto,00 1fet4 Wan







:id" peo:rt, $e l l tilugIs:f:A:: ototho::

ofai le all at' touhe i eog i 4
t^tiono'at the peart iaa t 4 hIeen
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Astoi o b itis, a wti ItT the:j w t

oit I(WorPth ,. A0 y40
44,8tleams WthQ hat trl it he tea
Jb as tin b hats it w^to* tiit'o nolm

l 4wd r Ito t hotRKha stit4

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EitBi ia'Gai:,^^'T, ^N
Ona leer is parsonial enmI oua-
tionoand*A: 0 was tOI by Waangtott
aititnoit l t. hom la MotuntVer B ont Ja n'
28 177% m,,ore othn two years before
the ixxdependecla"e of the Uniited
tates *Aa dtlolttely determined
upon w
Tnhe other letter was writn at
hepdqitsrters at Mortlstoo in March
i7, and C tie s.AtNu M Donald of
his appoIcmott at lieooutintt oloe1ml
t he continental army, The orTd'
Yair 4lto-r *ft tO WeNtdg the ,Ittir
AlAy stepiA roa t$he grounds .to .the

ytom', tlo 0 e ,fWifgous w tiqur-of-O
Ut ti se l i ot'Qr *tltk ^ of thel
too m and srroii0dinlg in whIeh the


Wtion they were~ addressedl 14t (eneral
wastotoaiig s tfto v a. .'ritt



Meus,663 ?tSt*0 11y th,0tm a *old lis thel
nitjof sanglo : ittntBsiddenly frn om e
te lerturie t h artoothr, i th, e who0
live in vhogte4 houses ara mxost qu.
teepttbte to ),tod ha0 e to h
i with the Mlreated 0 r when tlhey
o o*1ti t is kind of weliter.t' a0
dttined thet t one ern saw ratop,
Intlian with a etnld or t eoegh. Jndl
ws *6r dIew 4 o u cn*vemption unto
they coomstwneed to 1ie in houses like
white m. tiOm, ttif pe 1 e0omimnned
f p.eole w: o *re. ftihe4 with
pumonleary complaintss' ani in stl h ~
601e1t, oigBitnr
Statvr o. t Tn oa si
itSItlet pII^^ t t^ ie of^ FW,


lWa lt & CoO doTing baits into. ab
LWOtty of rTto, eoonn* sd Sta
TVA^.l^r:1.^ a ( i) a ^


Phd $ ibs'
ZradiWat it, pp itivoy and absolut0"
ly,, TIM statomou4 1is based on the
thobOuda of permatont nrsa these,
medicines have wrought'.
* u Mve i~tr hei t *roftlO, wth .
or ihr neck Mii ai*oult Ir er.s hood's
aTlap#ial* w1as hiBghly recoim'endied Rtad
she took i 4t Asd W e cued. hej o now in
good bealtt." MlP. J U. Jobxs ParkerV
CityI, n '.
Mood's Sarsapardli proti(ses t*
*ure ;n4 kpep the prrse.*


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DaUy Thtrough PuI~n9 $f#epcrs frotn ;Jck4 nvil w to New 0 ns
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Of Taylor and Lafayett#
Which Are Very Fmrtlfe,
idly Taken Up bythos
Ious for 0ood Homes.
t thie United States land
litanth of Febreary waa
X, M hioh has bee. accodi-
~a tht'btIlce for many years
j ha|ve a right tofee proud
oi be seen by' the' following re-"
re was recorded during Feb-
ore than 26,000 acres, aggregat-
) homestead entries. '
:wing is the report of Chief
Lynch for the mon-th;
homestead entries, 25286,28
f 40 final homestead entries,
a011ree s; 17 oomunuted home-,
enitries, 2003 54 acres; '64 exqeas
entries 90.52 acres; 1 timber
One entry, 40. 8
e government lands iin Taylor and
iette counties are still in de-
d," remarked Mr. Lynoh, "and
are receiving a great many letter
xiring after them. The lands are
g the neat in the State, and I
onfid i,,t that after awhile that
n of the country wilt be settled
Industristi, ciassof people."
til within lhe ast year the landi
ylor and Lafayette counties have
*rery ditflcult of acoesl, owingto
k of railroad. trafflc, but linee
airoads have been constructed
ghout the countryy there seems to
been a general ush. (1'ho lands.
ery fertile, and being new, :yill
wonderfully for several ~'ears.-
The Amount We Eat. *s,
e live not by the quantity we eat(,
ihe variety, but by what the 'sys-
i utliz.e. No matterr how good
lestiful your food is, it starves the
em unless your digestion is good.:
akel certain that your food is
er.ly digested by taking a dose of*
en'i Augat Flowe'r before or after
s. It wtI not ionl aid digestion,
the. stomach habit
-ete I the tomach And prevent eo1n-
Ithtatoi),. Trial bottle, 2c. Big bot-
tie 17. At Johnson Bros',
NlI Henry's Minstrls.
Hi Henry's Big City Minstrels 1Ill
appear at the Gainesville opera house
ov Friday, Mareh 4, matinee and'.
night. This attract ion appeared here
last season, and by all who wittnssed
their performance was pronouneiLdl the
beat ever een in thin city. The comu
pan opened their aiamumeoit season
mma Oew York City, thad v have since
lyqed all. the larger eltiei., iuBudig"
Cihieago, Oleveland, Wafthington, lta4-
ori~rer, iTohniond, OCharleston, Savan.-
paPt, Jacksonville, where the public
ili press claim theyipresented one of
Sbeat ninstrel program ,seen in

'idi rc1ti, but! oeeaiioally having
i4(ates open en. route to the larger
*t, whlch i t he Oase here, as they
e dire fromt .Tampa and go to At,.
Sakig only two stops e.n route,
is wil be an opportunity ,not liable
happfta again ita year,, so youshluld
0 this opportunity and .I see tlhis
tas co ny as it May be years
fsre they again appear here. Heats
W n sale at Mlle. & Avera' ts

t, Y s a ed there Physica t .
L. Yaspi of Padueahb, Ky.,


e'os y'o Kid.
'u.Th, y*tbot vtl j -

l^e semid. Sold
:.;7e a: .. .. "
f tSin d(is.ERa "AM ". .
lots ##*e t Pre|l^a|tDto'


''OlDay 1ouitet te.. Wl b ^ l^
Deao; i a 3eMo. etart' a vr worth$
dolore' mtiidled after. 10' spell of,
sieckntea on eh neesLty ha't iuera
serviOe was Dreaoihed by"Rev O'Ne1
lrom WeIdo.L
The na*t public lecture given by the
Lades' iM iterarytxSoote!y ll be. o
)Friday night at heOti ha l, o. J.
Whit~ehead's subject being "H1odge.
podger;" A very plefastat evening is


Sntila3' ut 7 .o'ilhoo ek. h d .
Mr.an Mrts. W. N. OtldweU. and

their mot.er. at itblihen uottager' t
Judging from e apipefarfnce of the
range adpeach tree there willbe a
very large tropof fruit. All trees alre
in tall bloom, ioU4 to ithe delight of,

Mrs. A. W. 'Oratg gtve a very de.-
lightful it' partly ont Thpred^ y afser-
tpoi H. Fro* the Ierfeot'bsbel of tvo ie
Otte might have thoight the lob w Yoirk
$tor i4 ixrge had '.tnoved to MelrOse.
i three ldutky winners who istl
mad e. 4polt were rtoaied with
Vfry pretty souvenir. hew y tvre Mr. .
y'Ian lyui 1rs, 'aunders ai d 'Mit a146k,
son., Aftefr the games deli.ious ice

What i.S Life
In lthe leit antlysis nobody knows.
but we do know.tht it ft under street
law. Abanse the l4w even iAlghtly, ptalli
ftt resolti. Irreg, l m ar living neais dahe
rangoweint of the orglais, resulting inl
Ool~ eaipatornt, lIeadache r Live
trouble. Dr. IK's New' Lif e Pills
quicpy re-adjs-t this. It's gentle.
yet thorough, O*nly 25X at all drug.

Johnsaon Sffe Ir Albany Jal.
Altinh rt,,. Mareh ,I -Iy ca John
onr, tho netor twhou a it Mtebhl cooun
ty mnob m de ne a iretr ilned effort to
captulrO fr to r t0AB, 1 'ti4 W in Jail
h1se. r 1k was h 'iroght to Aliany
Saturday by, Deputy Shoriff Fairclo(h
of Mith'htli county, wlio canme by. a
cIrdt tu. 10 route. In that manner
t.i r'ow tn thoe mob oftf e track. The
ial o)ff'ea slil not know of the coni
Ing of Jinhnson untUl ha appeared with
hi.i captrr at; the jati door.
Happy, Healthy Children.
Any.hild ean take Li.lte lrly t]siers
'with perfect safety. Th(iy ale harm.
lea., nlver gripe or n.eikn, arnd yet.
they are on enrtattiin tnesult#i that ro.
butst eoI IuMWtatihnt requiring draotidd
means arei never, disappointd. They
eannt, ail' t erforin the A ttil 1ti
snti e oretyn iate p ti sed'.' W i t'h D*ll .W..
Ie arly Klc a Pr r 0n to 10er teot1 all
otix' d pulls, 1gbey aurA w iwnM.
Stolid by all* n"Iglts,

POULTICA't NOVNCE((WI^

1uw %tiq. (wopr a 00. tw iW'IlUli .* 'The Dwly
.Llorion rr NN Alv A.N( Anoituna*wuteDM
making uter(ixty 'tiwoa tin
For Courty Triasiturer.
The friend* of W. II. IUl rtj n aU-1
ounce hinm a e4ndi4iti for r, t obin0a-
tnft for the Ufle 'Qf (neoI W


eat a teond term .,
Feor Ta. Awaenevi
I resp t eetiil.ly a, a: au 4lf a
of Al atebo

count


4ly4 o lkf.l
r the odfflnit


of Sherdi anwill appreciate yomur sop-
port, and I pl ro 1.te,1 0Itel, to ro-
tkuie mye tit010s mnfuttred wIth W4y
rotnie t6t peo l1vitna l
dl inoy duty the bestI know thow, Pr
ling if elected or defeated not to' ho
candidate* for thle i o ae agai -es-
pecttully, .' FENNELL.

I annuunce "mysef a alididatte ur
Sheril or.f .Alohuo inty, ibjelt ft
the I)anuotsie primary. f telected
I shaall-disbhage th:e duties of the of'
0le to the bso of mny ability, and so-
licit the support o' remAort .


.peitfplly,,WP'ot; a:l
Fior CouantyS.up rintndant ofSchoeol

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Rt e e*et0arly a, ,.l i, Cr., :t o' ih
dof thery. DniolAththfianrp .rd oifolui
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tI subhepirt .6 ft e rt a 0 thl 'emti -';



da', ted i beforee 0 tu noat, Oud l'r utr yOf
^at, prht (r 0 0 fl'o odl
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AlcIu 'orty ,fIr 're. ootk f '
So inty Jaudgeid. Htv' ih oeHrgtd y
Sdutperinttiad, loneitly Pblio ipartiati
oi Alabte wntI led ge iy h)ot to thecoai..
And. the pavt ry ngrsatib fpor the i)ldbt
oort of0the Demonlrtlo .mrs ofO the
c0utaty. ....U C M Y.A ',

I t. aiit O ,:iydi(tt for }Comity Jodge,t
Al soul)ia un ay thi r i r t.' e lst I Inred
yout(i fMithirly, hon sy a 'td a tpirtltu ly.
agaii, atlulring yotl thtlt yotr eounfi-
nd he will l' vt ry g btrafu fod.r I I tA or
your oth imloratiirg t hat 'IWi of the
true sOld faith.fum r4#tat ti ,t' "At .V1,rs
tJcounty, 0, A.'C IA 8,'
" For Clerk QirduitfOourt.
] o ts fut' daaerrtft 01f AlJoletae J(J(IBy,

As th stat, t teeuive o,,rinsttee
halt etlotad tho t 1 D it 0th Mf lay for,
holding o tk priau y e.e rt n, :I herbo
nyou fitimfu itylt a snM lattaru,"t eot
Oo taf, ooiuhn a you tl>ast your i ontli-







duot n.l will ht e>Ot batr t i4d. ( Sta fof

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, the; 1 G ikot r w a I really' 1 6veto'
my l i tk, laVe ttott had [f rruk tteadith tnpo aid weit
than I eVer did, wt I !hs ltatingly reolmndif l V r n t .1ItS *
MA 5 lAUto rr"et rtton, W is, r h moe t Ioftseold conls
1 RfE lEDIOAL AtDVIi 1O- WOtiXt.
Ion't itotiUP Ill wrti to tMrs. pt nk.ilta ., l o Wiltl mllty4
e. oaa perf4t a1111d will tieat yoiU wluthl kl,-i ndsoi'pt. ,s w f
l. fre.a the a sdre tn lo llmt, tse. I o uN wNOa, ovl 'lrlii 4
avOir g writto t Ipmr M iah tlt liass be lp) t i Aand..
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MADE
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SIT GUARANTEED.

We always keep a fell and
complete stock of
Gentlemen's, Boys' and
Children's CIthin, Shoes and
Furnishng Goods.
TO OIJI OUT*.OF.tOWN
PATRONSt .
MAIL 0RDER9 RECEIVE
PROMPT ATTENTION
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Grand Display of DRESS


A. jFRERW Pat ern

;20-, of Dry.G'oods'
n oehia
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Our stock of DRESS GOODS is ready for.your inspection.
And we extend to you a, cordial invitation to call on 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
SHIRT WAISTS and SKIRIT8


We Always Carry a C
iRESS GOODS SILKS
Sl)OMESTIC LIINENS,
SULOVES LOE :
L INOS : UMBRELLAS

LEADERS


omplete Line of the Following GoQod
VELVETS WRITE POOlP F
aOSI*EY USNDERWEAR H
....* CO1tSETS,. ,- TRIJIN i E
ARBASOL 1 NOTIONS, ETC.
OF LOW PRICES.


i rlous Section's, Now Here. tH ere.E I 8 '.
1, 1 : u e ow. 11: 11 1. .. i .. D E N T I, ST.
After having speit i everal weeks tin .. I ':' l,,., It'troops hav e
svlkltiio the various pretie iolli'l t l';, ;.:?iK, leo tharn ^ [Successor toSeller& Aldermanl
throughout the county for thbepurp0ose "nilll'.. ;l lllef grows that OverDuattonA& Co's Bank. G Galnesvlie
or receiving retire, Tax. Assessor :haty ',il lla'. 1 Wll occ-ir about 'peollttentlon tO Crown and Birlde work.
.6olsO1l has returned to his hiome .in It th ne hose D B,.
0l1s ity, and mliny now 1 4e found i> hiL h t lta op i. t *l he (t l iohG of the o :o
ii, nd t yco house. u a }s oren gov'nI enti to wight with JA Di .GORDON ..i
tia the cor pan alSt hl r ig tgl tRussia wais caused liy the DENTIST.
SMr..C n stated that int-his roundS vhoblesai Imurder of non-bbatanl --
01 ie PePle extended lif ilevery- cour- Koreanby Cossacs. Graduate Baltimore ColIore Jental Surgery
tey, Hle statedtthlat the farmerss lit a tia, 'aiu' rrachtag Halnitndate at, Fite years experience ia New York City.
.Ul were happy and oontuantd, hay- urday .r por'ed that VIadlvosto0k ha crown uig0 work and Fll1ing seoialties.
laugharvested good cropia They are .been l dad l by a Japaanse squadi Ora rEanp in ,oo G ssvmt,. FA
reatly encouraged over. last year's rn i nco Thursday. The report hit -a -- --
work, and are preparing to put il a not been conlrmned. T E WEST END,
AiMoroe exteedd acr eage the coming The Ruistuan rl f wr were of far wer off ,
yoear. Ttis condition of affair is not c.ally imbli&hedrl In t. Petorsburg silt- FINI, WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
Sonflnedto tny particular iecotion, but uniray niiglt Indorted with the czar's ,OHN MEN!ZIISPrioleuItor.
Sti county it large,. The aniOkehouse "It iMst he so." 2 31-211 w.iarst.. 1chsonville, Fla.
Sanid oribs are full of good things to cat, Euigliner report that the ibti-tin l-
Sand the farmer will be indepNdent I-ttl s ip lttvl an will n1ovtv' he Faust boer, bottle and draught,'Don't
for the noxt year, regardles. of the raised fail to call on mo when in Jacksonville
conditions of the outside world.
A Mr. Colon states that he would bi A Boy's Wild Ride for Life, F.RDINAND) BAYER, .
pleail10d tohave the people who own With finuily around expecting hin ATTORNEY AT LAW,
property in this sootion call and nMake to dio,and a on riding for life,. 18 ,AsVt, i, O A.
their rturirlt, "The only way for the mils,1 to gat Dr. Kitig'lNow Discove.ry o.
peoplbl to have good roads and good for Con lmptioti, Oouglhs and Colds,
s 1hools, which are demanded by the W, 1, Browna of Leesville, t.rd., Io- 0an sell your city property, (i-.
proved and uninproved),'phosphate,
people,~ s to let very 1an conll up ditdr deatde's agonies from asthimas truokinig and arming lada SSend ihn
land stand ,his proportion of the bur. but this wonderful medieitie gavo in- at I i of what you offer for sBle.i 2i142m
O "neotoluditd Mr:O olson., tantt relitfand sooni cured him *' it e -" '.
S writes,:l. "now slwp soundly ,every JI.DAOSTA,-
HI Henry Ha. a GreatShow. ight'." 'Like il m e l c res of ois hf 1:
I iena ry is known an tit noted fort al utti i lPneumonia, lroneis, urveyr and No Public
%O U0Ighs, .olds. ad. G.rip pov :itsa tary
Way presenting a high-gradte, retained matlelsa merit for -all Throat and
instrel show. hObut it is salidto eclipse, Lung. troubles. (liaraiteed bottles
h(iseasl!Or, all imrevious efforts. Billy i,-. and $lt). Trial bottles free at al. 'v .ya .i.g SpeIattlty.
1-k6 thRe sOlie Sn of li ery's tRgimtas,'
Ow, price wiinnr, alid puts to A Io ABOUTPE ROnfll0 at Re1sideoe, 801 East Main
.t a pus t I ANXIOUS AboUT PEACH ttret N. P.O. Box 814. 1-14-04
.h the vornaula^.r-hr,- tlihe ......._
tswhlile ntomlcs of mnltrelay.- The Trees In Full Bloom In Do-ghert ,yI.ESyII' I' AVRITE
i 0OImdian., Corrign and Cou ty Orch rd, .E PAYOR
:Sihave but few peers in the mia- Albn-y ta. Ma'h l--The, a .
!4.rel iprofetiont. The inin-g (eone1- i al di'ea.d of ser ou d(listas.-r to the' ItESOT..
4ri.lHmtiVey 'and -'Hall, prtmeti t one, frutll e~I p I i tnhis setitit Is beginning
p the mimostt unique, novel ,n seli -to stwl''. ite lf. Man>y pech trCea Alailha Pol1 Parlrts
,to .,,,lcl li,,-tlt ,,e ,,, ,,rottt,th ., ,,, ,e:n t ua ot Parl ors
Sk#0owtt itthtlstroley.' .Probethe sel in tfll bl-on and those not ant-'" (
I4tatorof song. birds, is a t wo der eaiy blmtis rare. ptthittli fogthibuds
ite LittlT lot.t Viola lbt i' a daheing FIor 'wk the -t!e.hwt*mtirura t ( I ,ftv prieter.h ,
r wl thoti rikVal. Thoe Pan A.ti ri,. ha 1-. .lwit nni .tli.01 ikt'N, :he thr 'io .
E ll thpo-itioin ci e "re ltio-eI. n.t luginig higher, than has heen th .
Sil6vl' haspipet itlnations b aring w odurli th latter part, .. of e hru' ......
I otht le atdi' th(e unique eaxo- for -a good many yeara Sholu',l Lotat(o d in th Po'tter b.lok, so6th
aeUW milts this wcathei' continue for few days 4ide iiaTe Thwlle.rgt-el4sa tables,
m tartett n .w l.peat au latlso g', the movtable fees to eu Good ght ., and prompt tud courteous
dslat t on0 will appear at the rI-gthe erl. part -ofI M Iar Iller The publilio ll invited
hloe on Frkdr March 4thland tdus a "a -- tid ,lwa"s welcome ..... Ii
1t *n10 oil nsale at. Mil r ": ftrutt t.pi" a o vt ___
- Eta^^ ~ Poor u 11a wha ad)'. rCfw wvi, to-iI
.*.h..: n... Nm Wt .. r "at' rap idly )fverl S.TONE skIB
4.0 2 )inVi. t c Chicogo, u 4.t SipLson, oei Crai s, a: "
cittors uf the or~ihthl-- and noxvilll'eiTb., Wr tTt Jone XOth, (rnertirov sad Orerasrees
Wl p ia'ofI ut Hk t u 'At tor' haa 5!' e h
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NMaOTED FOR aEETNESA
NOTED FOlt SWtEET NESS AND PURI


TY OP TONE, POWER ANi
DURABIITY.
Best iiano for this trying climate, stem,
tune longer than others, constructed
best materials, and most artti!c-
orkmnanshli obtuinabe,..
U-p to date in orery
Aletall ti Un"
e.iuuled,
Sold by us continuously foe

OVER THIRTY. TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If von
want a piaio for a lifetime's
service bluy the
Mathushe kL T
Prices s lw as lw as onslstent with quality
Caah or on easy terms. Sent on 15 days'
Trial We par fretght, Wrlto
or prices TODAY.


Ludden & Bates
SSouthern Music Hous,
SAVANNAH, -. .- GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr,
ESTAJLI.SHI) -D 1870
GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
TAM PA, FIORlDA,

1LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R,

World's Fair Route.
WILL SELL DAILY DIURIN

CHEAP TICKETS

CALIFORNIA
WAtHINGTON
OREGON1
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A WELI. STOCKEDI LUMlEIE YAIllD,
Where you can obtain promptly .tth Best
(.ladespf tl]uidling Lumter, a nd itprices wit-
ini I-eicfi of tll. W hien needle 1n .iytlittg IIn the
L.u tiber lIne you will 1tid it to your interest to-
cormc and li)u, over our sto.k. Address.
The Gainsv1llle. Planing and Coffin Co,
Telephone No, 166.

W. FSSEEBA,
Wholesale and Retail

LI QU OR DEA LE R
--
Four faUil quarts oM MIdonoiram Whis. $410
ke r, exir c(,s irepaid. r.......... I
Four flull' quartOa1 Mit laraM Rye' $I h
Whiskte, express prl ,....
Four battles Cia.ade Tevaeswee t4 9
Sour .Mosl, ex ress e i ,:. ..
F SrBA,
10,: Otty Y Jacksonvile, Fla,.


RS. M.~C. COURTNEY,

PURCIGHASING
AGENT
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TELEGR,N-fl I IgVIT 14.
B Ve 'Iot lnrthiga, iof Florldf, has'
il a nw tt' lienge to Senafor Tat
r for a :O'res ojolnt de a;p.
|bipmtents of exhibit to toth .St,
is ex)posit!, 'thus far, exceed
hose of the '(lcago exposition las
I a public ettert, Booker T. Wash
an l call ;' i sn cri ads.e against
ih ings, whlibo ela4l9is are on the
hPd (leorei tate Democratic exec
Ive commlnitib'x me7t in 'Atlanta. td
1 dates ,foi ithe( state primary and
hte conventitm
The Unviersity of Georiga antnoruno
dB. its commoenconent program for ths
presentt year,. The first class gradu,
ate'd there in 1804.
The Bseate will coninider the naval
and army appropiriation hills dinri
the prIobnt Woek, and will also begin
,the Smoot in vest igation.
Bishop 1Benjiam.in .1. Keiloy had anl
exittling exi)periem. night, the hloeve of his robe catchingl
li.r.e while he was in the pulpit.
:Th first two delegates chosen to
the ninhod Statbs to t) Ie next nation.
4 Ditnoralic to vnttliiol are instruct;
'fo' \V., lt, learst, of N.aw YorIk,
itdent.
Manyttockh Oldlers and about all the
iiqtals of North Carolina atr
W the atipolntmeiat of a re
the Atlantile and North Cat
-.)f AtBanta; Ga., completed
Sits for a. brilliant ff tlvaJ
lrht at the, GrandtL)Qers
Oinolr'' o, Geof'ge Washliyj
Irs. John W. Iarrlson, -o
va',ch i-d Angu-taa Ga., 8.a
H elm witly to Ahittlatml nIa tin'
j r iriin the i, I'uiolliir in: ii
I 1. n t oif Mirnmtna
naitod con isrn itifl tliil
'dT-tiintards oi, h iw l y 1 ..
eifr iomes iTn all barIs anM
--dlenli'ts to sell 1.0 them.
iected tat both the namtv'a.
Uilap )prhiplatUton bills will I)
the senate this week. 'I'hTl
estigaottiln case will lie taNk.
y the m snatoe coinuilltt(e toil
;'ell> 4t.lpa.', rI nor Varda nan
N ipp1, to fatee:tile to, .savi
edwin, egra inirderer
'hands of ia niol' prvr(d l itc
Th.0 trip. was ia.doe without'
incident.
usand Dollars Thrown Away.
W, W. Baker of I'lainvimw,
Write;: "My wif hlad lutng
for over f.fteon years. We
l1ummebor of Idoctorn andil pen t
thousandd dollars wiitholit any
B She was very low and I lost all
when a friend stiggastt d trying
) HIoney and Tar, which I did ;
lIaniks be to ti is great. remedy, it
har life. She is stroligir and >en-
better health than sh0lim h evevr
hvn i ten years. Wi shall never
ilthiout, Foley's Honey and Tar and
Id aisk those afllieted ti try it.R'
Ld by 3 .' McCo!lun &G Co.
LONO .PAftH. 'REWARDED.
iody of .ead Conductor Found Ir
Drainage Canal.
h ;Igto Mla r I. 1. After polee
, for lilii in r'o l o -.tw,,', tl li b(I'dy.i)l I
Jarin kll Ir. a North wt(,-'nril railway
freight v ihic o'r, has hIecn in l.t
drainas esnit t atr..lI pcok rt. Ill. i ,
. Thiv'' w',fi itlp gas.h in ths foreo
intl, I ; .(idn l'i r eoiy, o*xcrlpt a. lit-
.Tlie siil ," t -l,' hItll wia attack
d -t.a li'i I 1.r.1ii t'Y rto .)n and killed
lbi^i mnl li:i hoi.lY thrown -ftom tht.
raS whil,- eripr.ing t(ae caal..
SFearful Oddi Against Hinm. ..
edriddie'n, alone ant ., destitute,
bh in brief, was the condition of ati
soldier by lame,'.of J, ,' 1,lveai,
allilIes, .0. For years h was
bt wil kidney ishease and
Sdo itor eon nedielhnea ave him
It put bhis. op hil free lIr
an sad now ha testified+.': "I'm
^BK*4 0 to comp lete, fiov.ey.
R ttb for .slvr: and ,tfnla
jof ssoattteli .tid


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Ne? olrk ,ttaf Mill M t41da
N, V'thi:n Ma 1-A rfire'
red in the plant of the INW Yori
buldltig destroyed was tilled wlth tma



SMAYQOWS PRO0LAMATIION '
Under the provisions of an ordinance
entitled, "An Ordinatnoeto provide for
aiil eleitloit to determine whether or
not bouds shall be issued for thle pur-
pose'of constructing street in the City
of GAtinesville, Florida," phased by the
Oity Council o(f aid city February 8tlh,
A. D. 19%4, and approved by nme as
mayor of said cityy on February -9th,
A. D, 1904, an eltetion is hireby called
to be held in te Burinett Block, on
IEast Main street, south, in the City of
Gainesville, on the 18th day of March,
A.. ). 1904, for the purpose of subnmit-
ring to the citizens of said city, q(ali-
tild to vote in said olectloti, the i.quet-
ti'n of issuing under tho provisions of
said ordinanot, boids- of said city to
the amount of twenty thousand
($20,000.00) dollars.
The following persons are hereby ap-
pointed inspectors and clerk of said
election:
B. F, Jordan, E. A. Jeffords, \V, V.
Avera,.as inspectors., and B F.l Hi-amp.
ton as clerk.
Witness myn ,hand and. the seal of said
city this 138th day of Fehruary, A. I).
1904. W, It. ToA,'s,
[SteaL] ": Mayor.
A t t e s t : "
0 M, City Clerk.

TROPICAL





PINE A10PPLE,



TAR and





has cuivred more bal c'tLses'
)f Indige(stion, Lt i rip )o,
Stomach di(1orders, Coug1hs
1and (,Colls tlis winter than


rtmi,7n isis


ALL )illt'
combined,


See yiOUr D .rulgist o
W ite ,} I(the,. d f ttl l.




Tropical

Manufacturing

iompaay,

JACKSONVI LI, FI.
'Sitld y All lD)ruggistg .


are-


.
Ralls1 IRou1'Ic P 1 11pFit-


Bought ir Oa Lots old in yt
qua.itity.

Get Olneof Of'C tIotalogune.


i Baird Hardware Co0
i I iAi, 1. i FLA.1



Nic Arend's Saloon and Caf.,
,Jaekaonvrilh, Florida


Merchants L.utih from 1 to 2 p i.,
Ilhrtholoitay ittrcestge, also inht.
portedii Wtlerger.' hler oni Irhnigli


Steaks, Fish, (0hopA, (flamni in asitou,
to order, Pooli, "Billiards, owlig
Alley, I8OW.Bayi, at. .

G nesvi1l lchine Wok
(* NER At lf L AN .)
MACHINERY f.l'A14lRS.
Can turn and straighten whole length
of 6liafting saidPipe-Outti.ug
rp to 12 ir'chs,

COTTON .GIN REPAIRINi
A SPiECIALTY
P. tESTGAARD, Prop. and gr.

MAX KRAUSS,
R. pr p oun tiiit

E, A. WEI L & CO., ~
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of All Iiehsripirhnt .

Solo Agepta for MOSNA 1t('llandS OVEl.
E.IGN Q1UA LITY Shoes. Every
pair, warranted.
J. Manasse, .Agent


Are You Going

North or est?


Thq LOUISVILLE &

NASHVILLE R. ,

Off iTersl uneixcelle'd p assenfger a)ervlice
Modern train ins carrying Puilmati le.4p.
,mri, uptu.to- nowhev, free reelfliig
chair ears ai .dtiuinit .far.t between
Southern arid Nurtlhrn ltiesI. 'The
f(tliestdining car ,'i rvic i 0n the i0 oth,.
All Aagents seli throughh tieKet( vii
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Fore riates hii(ld i(ll tand 0l.tnvii.g
car reCrvafonaut, alily to .
. *,1, PLeHING, O la. Pao;. A1t,.
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tFruitand Truck Grower

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i w. t- \I:'-i I'.-!v. iit-,s it n im o i t i it tI W\i lrespr ( t property.(owners .nli all
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ABSTRACT HALTY COMPANY
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.'tiil :a u ita ilii(r i)f t mi I int'l Arlterrianl i an d EnI;.lith lulnmplnles,
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G. S. MERCHANT & 00.,
Sotatll rs a-nd Johbers i

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Grain, Garden Seed and Frrtilizeris
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THrE Fi U 4iT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
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BROWN HOUSE, ,
MA C: NH 23rd and 24th
Righ Spritigs, March 2lWh ain-
thI; 'Lako 'Otty, March 8th .,
*4ve Oak, March 29th,
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Dr,. orthell will makee retiar
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W* t^re hlin
it Porn r agent. ,
Maniget," *Bul,
S'Letw-Furnisihed room"oh honit e.
0 Aaepin, Otpp. MA,
| II ajl ry' CiOty Minstrol, March
ll y a t r ead night.
letms's e f alve frale,
n gh., 1 o f anl .Grove was a
Vi-lto r to Wth 0 1tiy yagtrdayei.y y r
Lchisq -0il of 00inge' Helihte was'
ftoth.t1, jotrtdiig eterday. :
Gu0 A. Morton o0 Evo was registered
at the ]Browi tfloose yitutorday,
S y1, 6yite1worth of Hay qaworth
f Wt visitor Wto this aitf yesterday.
i 0. V. lMcQuei o hi1t0toas ws4
*armourg theu vItuis to tlid city yestier
day,
Jabnes Turnor, a proilrossivo farmer
Sof Lak5ii View, was trading in the oity
.yesterday ' .
B. ',W. Jone of ligh Spritnge was ini
''the lty iystrday and made The Sun
an atgreeable call,
Reese O rnoond, a pirogresive oltisen,
of Haiwthqrni, .was atong the. visitors
to thit Ol ty yesterday.
?lw. W. Jon0 the ])aptlt d4v1no
of 1*igih pringu, wvas tinonig the v^.1
MorB to this city yOtueidjy.

8tie, was Jt amot thae visitor to hi
pity yesterday
1, 4b+ariiw of Mianopy, ci0e of
the oel~erste.t io' w in thlia sectIon.
wo aniong those wlo1 paid Ganesville
a imlib yesterday.
; thDiutiwty of Maoow, one of the
ltuot widely known nivaal storai opera.
ltore i A eorgiiaj was! registered at,, thl*
Drown oiopee yesterday.'
Arthiur Dltfmingi, thie great .omedlian,
t with 0l oury's lit g ity MIstres
SWh Rappa fttthei opera hotis o on ;''
K ..ay, March 4, altlriaslih and z+ight
George iyles of Wind sor was,. among
the ts((tor to tris oity yesterday. Mr.
.ltwas ftroterlyi a :salesitn'n thhe
BfNh JirdW I. ottiCpiany.
Sisit:ors to Ihiscl-"tyysterdayp,.


oie 6f the iit widely ,tp wn 'ts i

Anttpg'the prominent visit4rL to this
city yaestordty w8 sQaptalfin~ : Car
tale of .lclnllopy.. COaptain,4:lei'i
Poef the not w.wdeBly )soown tnr n,-
ti, p an ty, and has'i a greatiziu bnbti e.
'W(as Colhum sa Ioigdon a ierin
li^n yiung lady of Bartow, it8 utio g
her brother, W.; B. Hligdon, 808 '. it
Matreet, N,. N."Mi!s :,igdn"'viplted
thl ity two yeirs ago, and made
maply friends awho were glad 'to sep her
Aipong the prominent visitOrs to
this' ityyestierdy tty J. H. Martin
of Treton, ilwho represents the Demo-
pratie H Exootivti.e ioimlttete n his
'tlon, Mr. f ,-rth 'can.e to attend
e rneetlng oh' the Qtitmtee, which
wta qalh4 fyr yesterday e- I
C Bh; irh nas'oIl ,t a 1 Wl1.iitord'was In
the a 'ty yesterday and m a n"Tho" Sou| l
an aFgretable cal. Mr. Thomas Is geld .
ril manager of the fl of William,
radoMRs a Co., inatfactorer r of nval
0ta081 'pIe aseone of the most inf.lue.-
tln i ekssaf tVhe. Westitht
*L,. Jeriignal, Jr., more famillarly
kno n 'as "Gasiele Jertigan, has gone
toi Alashaso, where re 1 ll a'e a flrst-
eaS 3s ewlryBc stoi.o Mr. Jernigan is
one of thi most competent workmen
in this"ba tlon, and will no doubt en-.
joy a s tride in his iew field.
W. Hagie of Ingue, r ,
Brooke of La t rose, W. A. Strickland
of Parailse and John G. Damper of
Hitagtie were among the visitors to this
city yesterday.. Thelatter is a member
of the hoird of county ,eommisaioners,
and oal e dtq attend the eietlng of tlhe
board..,
Among the' prominent visitoRt to.
tWiBe aty yesterday was Hon. W. M..
i3te'h of Santta Fe, an e4li40ent mem.-
bher f the Cooi4ty Deliieocratlio Exeu.
tiveCin mittee Mr. Blitci is at very
influential citizen, and hias many-
friends in tlthe Santi Fe section who re-
gard his word and opinion as as ,"the
propor thing." '
With desire tokeep his prelniou lin
the most inodern imanier, lion. Wal.
ter C. RlobiuBon ia having icouistrueted
at lis home on South 'Pleasarit street
en up0to date barn. This barn when
impleted will bone of the fineo t inl
the Sttate, and the horte whiel blo.
lo019 to Mr. 'Robitotn may consider
1)timelf tidei d fortunale.
pCoductlor Gllmour' of tho Atlantic
COptt Lne is now wI the i- h Springs
and Oltra runi, having rlMle6ed Co.n-
ducboa Lefanrron, wh is 'running on
the Florida Bouthorne Conductor
Gthnlour lih been on the "M'ooinlight
Eixpretas' for the past year, 'coase-
quently I familiar With thp, people' in
this section. e ei one of the. 'ost
popular oediduetors on -tho oAtlantio
boast Line on thaii divialono ,
',V J. Donby mdie his dopartesre ye -
ter.ay for Oala, where lie lha accept".
i4 a p0atio st s laineami i th the
Marit iHa rdwr Co( pany. Mr.,
eitby b ea benix form any'yearsa reo-
dent of this oity. For the past two.
yearr he hat been eniployed by '. J,
,lto1ai1 S, a salek t ian, and it. was wiv h
tegret that Mr. Thomas Areinqti4thed
his services. While the people of
alaeville wil regret to lose" hiun,
they will ierevureless WAish lhin sueo


nSuce BPine, Ala., bo .', 1'0i$--r,
$. We4Hal, Ppw r r 'I apebt last
,,!lsttyour ofity and while there your
Was 0teeafitestidd to mei. Af-
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SPEOIALSF PR TISWEE1K.w
,"Yartds Assortedd mbroideiles, i0 k toz rl Towels. eac o350
valueumt80c, and l1oc ., at. t, 2M and ";
oP r^Asrt^ Swi a H rp Aonted'Towels, each o00
wl .1brtoeri, in varfl"oua wids .i j .
to ,, .z....: t ... -4.,. yd W'O e d ieDai -
0 yard Cor4e hieLawns40 100 e rab $1.05
In. wid. ll bargaper d o. 5 Y y.rds Metier'rilze0. Tabie tDam- m75.
000 ywl White Indta Linentns Mit perYd
S ,8oi~c,1aoio,2 ,1io pC ;0...0. .... ,.,
6pies White oodr ee to com Ii iem7n tsnlozi Tale 65c
.20 eles c.old Liwns.,.g, ..o 2500 ozen, Mer.red r .a ins, C f$1.20
S ", ".."..'"..'.. o actual value $1.75 per dozat ^l v
SO plocesDotteD Swissaps, io to60o'ya., i ,. ,.. 'inie Vss .
1000 yards Best Bletbhingr at, per 9 . ,Laoes' Summer Vests, oc each.
yd ,. ,>,, .'Y i.'I ,:h;e ,, ..... d *,.... 0b S o L clned.. u ,er.Vi. sts, ,3e eao i,,
P ploes Best 0-4oSheetInw, 2 "ycd", 2 o0en Laties' Summer Vests,' .o
S4- .l ...t.0 l p et ni., at v 35. 05C
we havWe he largest A.nortIent of Dry Ioods in East Florlda. Come
Sto leadqufarterswwenI yoU ed a ntfhtin tli' t lllide. o!We waut
S your traded a re ,5dihg toretwilth te best valtneS obtanabie.

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liniurem with Cusitwaah Hiatt.L A00408 of Xewberry was4i
:'or Saile or, ent-wo-story 8-roo' viitorto'hl ity yest erday..
house:, 40 lrth Pleasant street.' Ap.: ., :i ; ,i.e "ii'n
.ly. "W," fers oi'6ty, or. J, Mix .B ,a promiet itze
WVl.lllston, Fla. 2i49*dawlim: ,. of Hahiiottn; was a visitor to this city
J. L. St;okeeiland his two. lnterestig yesterday.
B ,i f ib Rer, wereinthe A ine of cofns just reeelved.
city frni LaOrosse yesterday 'Mr. Ira J3 arter, Judson, Fla, Orders
tokest:is opn of the most promise pt promPtly filled. 8.pat to6.19
residents of tle Larosse section. ; John'G. White, the'Jeweler of New-
;P. G. Pariiplohi, 4 prominent citizen berry, was in tlhe ity yesterday, Mr.
of. Ev.iInsLon, asamong the visitors t0 White i: oe of the 'most intiuential
this city yesterday. Mr, D'ampson is buBinesse ienof the West End,
also an extensive, orange grawar, own- W. T. Joaclson of Wanburg Lake was
'ngione of the handsomest groves in in the eity yeslteday. He was accom.
the State. which bore prolifoly. this panied by hi. diuyghter, Mrs. Emmett
season. iJohnson, of Charleston, ho iis visiting
Hon.H hT. A. Doke Of Moiteohia, mrem- her father at Wauburg. Mrs. Johnson
bertof thel lbool oioard from that dis- is well known in this city, where she
trict, was in the city yesterday for the has many friends, all of whom are
purpose of attending the meeting of glad to see her.
the board. Mr. DoIe has been a faitth-. atain A. I'pi of the it/d States
ful representative of the people:on the la tffis has, returned o o this 'ity,
board, and his efforts are appreciated. and wiil likely e here for several
Among the prominent visitors to days. He was located in Wejst Flor.
this city yesterday was HM; M.Baker of Ida, and says he enjoyed his trip and
Island Grove, who came to attend, the the hospital y of tle peopll. Captain
mentilig'of the Democratio Executivel Paul py he will remain in Gaines-
Committee of Alachua county, of ville for several days,
which he is a member. Mr. Baker P
states that the farmers ini his section Captain W '. Shettleworth of
are busy preparing the land for crops Evnto n t ot oeesf
Jst now, The prospect for increased and extensive melon growers in that
acreage in cotton and dorn are itse. section" wasA a visitor to Gainesville
addition of a bay wdo yesterday. Mr. Shettleworth stated
lTie addition of a bay window. to the thatlhe would have.the coming season.
elegant residence ofCol. Ii. F, Dit-one hundred acres in melons,, from
ton has been finished, which makes a which lie expeued toareap ia good fro
great Imn.pirvenient In this bay Win- Dancial harvest. I-e is one of the
dow will, be installed a number of rmot practil relon growers in the
tropical flowers and .plants, which witl ost pan ticl lon grboweres in the
tend to make the surroundings still returns from his rop
more inviting. Col. Dutton owns one
of the haidsotinest residences in this YESTERDAY'S SALE GOOD
septiqi, and he li continually' beanti-
fying it. The Lots on Sale Brought Fine Prices
Among the v altors to Oainesville Tuesday-Another Sale.
yesterday was. P. Hloiman of Mel- The sal.eof lots in Eant Oailesville
rotbe owner and manager of the Huff- Tuesday proved a big success. The
manl House, one of the best and' most atctinl was ateded b
mnoderin smll hotels in the State. Mr. the ban on the pnblio sqare, and a
Huffiiati states that this season li he has great manyho desired to attend the
a large number of guests, and he is en- sale aid urcbhas int.. ., ,^


Joying thiimost sueeessful season for
many years, Melrose is ati ideal spot,
aid thoe who arte : wintering. ther.'a will
have noimcaise to regret'. The eishilig
and lhnitigriutniid Meirose this, sea-
0on has befine. *i '
After.several weeke spentt in thisa'
aity at the Browwi Houso, Judge H.
.tepperti aid family departed yester.
day for Japks.oiville, from whiieh city
they will proopeid to their hom hin
iUnhtuintu Pa. 'Mrs. Rieppert and
Aghter, Miss 2Elisabeth,: pent the
time ip GaIneaville, while the Jodgo
twOde up cue of th( $ohly cittaping'
pitrty ont lanpahsa iaks lie has
been cotingt to (Bainpsvile for' any
years, ftalwtyta a

The sprigritasl)>hvipg Aryived, 09I.
ton d& C.uo, baihtrs, bhtsresiodtheJ


Atock of fresh Pea nd ean


Extra Early Alaska Pes.,



Landreth's Extra Early Pas
Hopkns' Improved Volunteer Bpons
1,oo to one Refugee eans
Extra Early tReee a ax Beans
vill KA'rrllyp Jja fpw days.
we have pride lowe than ithe o
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Oarriages, Other walked, and alto-
gether there was present' a great j
crowd. '. .' '
The lots brought ow an average of
$75, and more than thirty were sold.
There was a great deal of enthittsias
in the bidding., '
The free lot was awarded to W, j.
Hunter. ..
There was so much interest, in the
sale ol these lots that, it has been. de-
cided to give another sale, as all who.
wanted oity lot,$ could not pit rthabe
satim. ,Th~t sii: ill take place. at a
dati to be named later, and will be op
property lta..: te o Welt liberty
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CAFE-RESTAURANT,
SE.Masinrs S rst corner south of 0,

Open Early and Late.
e i rvic'e tihe BEST.
Famots Contineital oysters
anddripcoffee. Westernsteak .
BSpecil attention t suppers, fori
ty or less plates. Special Ordegi
regular meals, Try one of oudr
meal tickets . .
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