Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02171
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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: 03 3, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02171
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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AXI, : 4, : ,, ,LOR


l, Aooepts Vtiksburg


Arthur Is Bhort on Rations-The
r Wanted To Go to the Front wIth
Soldiers-Non-Combatanta Are
ved from Range of Battle.
06oo, March 2.-A Riussian offi-
disp4(ch says that the Japanese
wed Aha tack on Port Arthur
eibmuing of Feb. 26,
o et kept beyond the range .of
t'the moat powerful land batter-
fThe engagement lasted about
kir, the Japanese retiring.
r loss is unknown.
iRusslian. cruiser Askold had
dismounted and two men lIn-

water on Fob. 28, the Rua-
i^',ovu'red a Japanete torpedo
cyear whioh Ihat been 4unk
lhore of the outer harbor.
so' found flIve unexploded tor-

krthur was quiet yesterday.

ipts Vicksburg Explanation.
itersburg, March 2.-All the pa-
lnt here prominently this'
g, but without coniinent, Coim-
I Marshall's report of the VicklS
Inoldent off Chenulpo, Korea,
p reasons assigned In the Unit-
tofs: for his not uniting in the
to!f the other naval cominanders
t the action. of the .Japanese,.
statements 'will dotibtloss
the misapprehonslon existing
ktbA-k.AfL1ta.i i', comibig
iuly with the announcement
tate department had docdl-
rimand the orders that Ed-
rgain, appollinted United
Itli at Port Dalny, pioceod
'.ComunandI r Marshallt's re-
Ihave a good efIent in ai-
antiAmer ican 11rritit lion.

Igands Terrorizing Ninguta.
rsborg, MarchI 2.--Maill ad
Vlativostlok say that ri60
rJgands are terrorizing tlih
Ningtta. Thoir leader.
proclaims ibtliltielf liivilner,
received by mail from Ir
lbrtia, say that. loctl firlns
!iployes have i'1 calli'd into
ice of the ardiy aro contilnutig
'the mnarrletie ni11 fiull wages
unniarrted 'ien half piay. Lt-
m VjaillVostock dated Fe)b. t'
t the warmflipl) in the harborlir
t dato were lthb. tos ,iau (Gron.
,and Rurik,. and tho transport-
va. The port was frozen hard
o ice broalt'r was scarcely able
ear the channel,
Japanoese attemrptedl to blow
dockc at Vladlivostock, but did not
ed They eseapod,. A Japan-
barbur tt Vladtvoatock, dIeeirin
felf Insulltef by a liis:lan oiffleer,
#bt dead and tiifln dramatically
oiuOtd that heo was a captain In
Japanese general. staff and wal
ilsed to taking insults:

S Care: Wants, to Fight.
S*w York,. Marcb .2-Tihe cazr de
t a tof go to the Far Eaat aeotrding
4 Worla dispatch (rom Vienat. The
Sets : psilbhe0 in thie latte.r city, as-
,t thst .this statement ti onitrm,'
e': y exltled' illliary alsthieth y
d aohr.e the Re alnm< ealperore is

** eoedursagehls troo *s

ppd1^ Oeupy NtMftl ngt.. : :!'t
",' ls MTb 2 -Tbe Jalpan-
4itts opcupiet IchleoYant;, Korea
Biil ow h forufng ( tewalS f

*f. 55iCe^^ ~ot4d lou-

infoitI.to Chtinese
(oniander4 i hA 4 0,00i moen.
near iunsliiiln,' while ;15,00 me)n are
with !General Ma. i reshi. troops are
arrlyiving In the pro6VInce of Chl-Li.

Japan Wil l end iKhIblt.
St. Louis, March .--A letter has
been r.aeeie by thv world's fair
management' l rom S. Teplme, Japai
ne coinnislaioner general, for the
World's ir. dated Tokto. Feb. 9, just,
prior to the breaking out ot the war,
sayij that, notwithstanding the their
Impending vir, Japan's exhibit would
not be changed, n any 'resp1tyh,'
"Wo will endeavor, more thiian over,
to show J.paxi's aIndustry,' wrote Mr.
The 12ainch disappearing rifle, a
part of the government exhibit, has
reached the fair grounds. The gun
weighs 131,500 pounds, and s l41 feet'
10 Indhes- long .The shipment came
from the United States arsenal at Wa-,
tervllet, N, Y.,
Must Disarm Crulser,
Neow York, March 2.-The posilton
of. the Russian gunboat Mantdjur .l
unchanged, says a Shanghai dispatoel
to The Anterican.
.-The itlli-sei report 'that -the 'Japai
.nese minister at Pekin threatened that
tf et) boat was not disaiitel, a lap-
aneoe cruiser wi1l entor thlo port aiil.
stink her,

Hunger Feared More than Shells.
New York, March 2. --A reportt froin
Port Arthur stato, says t dlapatche
fromn Teui T'l i to. The AtneAt-an, that
the( town Is already on short rations
and that prices. of foodstuffs are oex
orbitant. Few, ift any, or the civil-
'lans are left, but there are enough)
to feed to ocRasion anxitoty on the
part of the auithiorities and hunger Is
feared more than the Jaiianese shells.

Moving Women and Children.
St. Petei'sbllirg, Marcih 2.--Tlhe mii
tary autthoritles aro causingW ti eore,
moved from all srategotic points i
the IFar Iast -th1 women and childrl'n
lanitl l aged a l Infli'm Inin l a)o that
the ieCt. itly (of prot ctillg theoIn will
not i adllded to the itothtor duties og
the troops, and In ord that. all 11siup.
pllet mlay 1 li,' avallable- for ti tleu u I ll
tih a ttla.I (:()in batants.


Salle for Constantinople Today-Built
at Philadelphia, Pa.
I'il laditlitphil Miiatch i .- Theo ntow
Turkiuth rmtilser t'tLdjdia, ttbillt at the
('i' Ia Hllhip yard, sailed lodAiy foi
Ct(ttantilnople. On the way down
the D)e'lwa'tr< river hieo stlopI'ed at
IFort Mifflin and took. board 100 tons
of nimultiftiln.
The cruiser thon proiwedd to Nor'
folk to be pliaie i (n'Iini.lo. nalon, aftoi,
whivcbi shli. wl)! leave for herlj glin .trhlu
off the )elewae Caples.
On tlie conipletilo of th't I.rlal theft
M'edjldia Will coal at ilampton ltoadq
and sail' for tho Dardontellks touelhingi
enrouft at St. Thtinahts Maderlt. .Iea
1Palnla s. (il4iri0talr AlglO's and Malta.
'The vcss.vl II uiaistted hy aus Anmrh;
cant c('ow. 1Y tii otf ltir nri'Tte'rf bWrtng
oner-I e,,wrh tt tn" Craanps Ship hiltutlld.
Ing crin li. an l y :
Charged with Attempted Aslult.
Savannah ,, M ards 2-Anotbesr
I)o(rls It tntroutile, Ti tihml itrii
Joe, a brother of the t bosrpo Ms.
Wile )eCtis, thob dIamond .qw e~, .
was sent' up from BSavslai, anl who
created sub'ch i ieaMeslo 14t '.
ner- -at thei prilml" by beitnl whipped
,by the siuperlitndelnt Joe Isa l"lkf
ed up at 1ThtnderboltK. Whbr ti hall'
ly ,ara'.lt, on a csrj.' t t4ttUinptd
:crirnlp;a ass"au ,o a yar a wttl
womain. Hf# Is alleged to .liate -i 4
elrt, ilid she "ia0y e041 0 bi s

a ett, otinl7 Ala, t k ) .-I

1t4hattempt ft, m.t^l WM ptIg
hire Mtrandat he rimes Rawid tl*


New Orleans and Louisvllle
Train 'Had 'Boen 'Split at
an Part Rolled oni, Cotid
EkprIps-No Paissienigers In
'r.iltlv\'li. K(, Mlarcth 2 -
to TilliH 1vninug P'ot tProIrm '1
Ky., says: ..
"(xiNttrts Trai No, 194, 0'
t ol i t'ntra.l ritlhroatd, tfrom
loans to Louiwvllle, arun into
oft a, ght--- l.htainLu W,6i ::O'iy
today. ,.
'The stli was .thro.A oi
foot embanlikia'Iet lato
tutgiisoer, tergeoie Ttti, It
ilnd buried in thie Wreck.
Condulctor MeKluiilei
juredl anid I.'l'srinam TOMdi u
ed a broken l log Noe
iITigei'-we Wilaltlije't t+ -
Tho freight had beea 04it
i Mtsati. ctisttng, btit it part
ackedo (into the tn m.itrl


New York to Use.6 f, ~ AW
Fire 'Putpoit i',
New York, March s2,- fht
lIe hearing at which icthtt' ~r
iothi(r itingl htitons <(1 lai
(td in r.l',. 1 estate, lnItll
nid uumfiiiifatctir'in!g pl 4*t iIM
Clelhan lhaa glvet irdoti iti
;lat(e lpulrl athon p.' I"(l | 8i
.lalilt' estmloate of fiftheiU.i
tubiiniltllg a; .yl.tutH ^^ .
mtin)s ,(o fight lfinrt,,
T'lhe wat(r w~lii .)ht ta.klen
North Inid lt,,st rivers.: It
poed l l i toh hittave greatly t
tIpon t tl Ifrtsh water iOUllpile
hlal ii ll and Iloolilyn.
i. Is .ro)pots1 dl 11t Ilfi it)o In
sYNhf i Im it h lower S oliln
cliy, ifct i th l i il ill bu tc x hiit d
lip iwli.


Were Pickid Up Off Cape Hattoera

l Noifolk, \'oi, Mareh .-lo1nnIl'es
andi tilmnost 'fltitutoe of clothes, al>
O 0t olllberts of the c'row of thol .owrbock
setoonltr iitvild 1". Dvia8, of ath, Me
wllo wer I)It)(cko'd utp of sHatltiras dur
lg a gale, havle arrived here,
TRACK ThOe Davluv \Was iuln Idowli Imitd tli
S nutxled tot liatte'ra last rI''day .it.lp
Freight b)' an unIull.V> sachooer ,. ho Ct'e~
Crossing of t'oll 11:o olllali tltd (hIt I ttilt I)>Ullt p
Atth worlltIi. 11i0 (1wey wore oxliAiiibld
ing with isidw k u l dodt l
unfl yd, pi#]inh ig Ills vcrsoi txi tod t,'id ('>ftisui
ju d. rwii, t)rfi l tet 1)Via italundtteeo
A speciall 8Ulla lninfl'ii '. aind a biait Iw
'rietot li hAnchltd a nv inniled,
In theo mlotlitl.e lthO dilsti antln'l
i the ill Yck had atho0 I n sighted by. Diamlondil
New Or, 10oatl lilghthll), whie h tont ol a buoat
La et'toll 'l0to talte oef th l' slUi'lV i).. 't hle lglIt
birds hlirt0 1 p boit hadl toi lti.idolli1 t0 t0t.j tl
.... to tow Ithe L.thloiet'hI"1s ytwl' with t I
wn" a 40 te ('C 'iIitalet.4, iti r (:aptaln ll :tiii
rook l ng illl lly'inau Rtitl1 StAiin htow1ey wor, lot)rl
'in ithe. boat whilhl theo 01 ot1er li1x. 01vci
b1iLly it' p9pl4itt who 'vlt e 'lxhititiittattd, were "t'ir
Ssuffer" tOved to othe t liglhtshlp's lhat.,
tihe pas i ile waiting tle retiii n9,f tll
A . 1LahlL'a. Jo (tA :..t hm.t4 L it 2
Ii two aithve si aght aund pfleid ii ('atai
of It had hrwi mi d iipaiions atil thou
stenbto1tjtl Kih1wflr(i. ..
T'h ot..htivs wti< lxI tndt frol't ta .oiltit
WAAER. At1Aintle po!l i to I111 t iiiioeto wlt i a rliar'
lO of lhotilphoiH t'T.lt, e t1emnon .wIh
at forf were hlreng.it h' are:
Eingiloert (Chailrles i irnltan A,
'r Aft pib Ml. oely, W il111m Pi iu' 1talll I Thiinu
e t[r'eielilT 'O't wnellel, ltKl ItOWliot )I sUl'K H. :
ra 'invest 4 O11.

C stjockit
ayor Me

SWatilh 'a

from thn
in pro(
tie drain
. of Man

Install thll
s of tll'
fnrll ht


There Is Likely To' Be Another Strike'
In New York,
New York. Mlir t .-.Tlhi: Now Yorl
Uithg)4,1)1)hic A 1l. and 'Dil.ihrs
unllon li haIls flowt- Ilihograiphhe ')r ti'(r in flnlint th(!
uillt iaintII I of. th.i (..1i4npl yllig. llth Igrwi
tinowIn 11ht i ot 'if. t hri ri 'f

The t i.plnlyoi v. l'( on the wo'r!cw r t
.to inceit. Sii i aSr tIaIt.I I agits't i.nu!!
Ily .Maiurch, 1,'> I'lat a J0o lokw it ifl

A ilai1t, 1 nA I nl; las4. Ifon' called fiot
March 160, wt etn It. t e ;iLtc.i t ait de
(';sion. will I,' r). ittbfd a: to. wliethet
lthi iien ,il il l r lsthi or st(ubmit (At a


Witnies CsttaI. Sctrlt Srvicea Mei"
Paid' Him to Swer. ...' .
r'I prply i CPrektf, 'o., Mareh 2.-.l5llti
.the ,dn ndants iti tnhU 'oniflirity,
.g!ainpt lhrt. tlerman Pttr'aler ind. l"hoh !iiat
P'oFitr, uii4rio' iin. oni lllwdIer, :ih#arg
ed ,with NtiA'ftp' ig. wttk t a,. U tl
sertge(r'tr'atin oil the l"ior tIre and rip
pi,'t Creel rolxat; m r, n't' O l' ti t' n ? th Itie) ies
Otordty 4 ,Th1ot -1 'ral tP''6a
*f the sNteltost:Io, i ottad. oy tit pri ''
efllliw.f ttn#,eOs6' for. tijfe .rofisWetfln
,bar)i (14 Kta.pn ,"t ti Ii't r ift 0ii
airs''r, U nkr. o'i*ij i.' 9w t'** .)i.tf ^:.il t'l : ts

WiaIitt he sarhttr d a at .-*( ftoasIi t
bltehi pltiras th, I ft ( a1 1 1i'5 it

Vety .4 p^^ n ftsq' imp 511 1


tilleved Morales' Government. Will
Win It Santo Domilngo.
New York, :\ti rrhl I.I- rdlatilo
now aro thai. I Alt.. hrInIse mL)Vrtloewnl
will win Illc e the alr o tgf< of tl th e apl
tal haa Ach iL, rIl tIl, ally a $antu
J)ownlngo) dbiItItlh 1o) 'Iie IJlrai .
Tnidf Mo:'ln t'ri'is I i )io,
met rV'ro 4H It 4i Alr l HIMa n I 'flt.i
de Mnlovi4
C iA l lii ?ol H'ip)lt. of ihe reVllhIll t
|tRli, htoU Ib) ln r inh)4t it, Nd II lsaT'
li h aie Instal Hio l 'T[h a lt llnItc hr.|,i
hiuvll. riMlpllv h iiiT" al lillilll ollhl
froimtn llti'tl, which wa. rioftooN., TI'hy
A t oi ( vyli.,g it l iil f u'Om i l l4 it, h nill
hit $ 01t) and ln ultp r estates ort

Aunrlehni lin r r(litesiittg tihat Itti h
tralinhlhi t!ipi Ilrtford bh wMnt h tohr
Alt thei l tl rit iit. i.rev de t' )ylii l vepf
and lomH(>nr(, thiIpy ihaV e nnir'n "tt
talked tho Alilr'alt a1on1ite r iillt l
neani hrs Ione paraily'Ih aflt trl|1]gri .. l


Strike Breakers Oet Perm'mtit Ito Carry
R.Ivolvers .
i Ka ,s ity, Mare4 t ,-More tha0
:400 union ttiick drive ittrtlet todittty
.oif hlher wamAi% o triKg otAr th-sgIii
Ih t irsa te ht1rd ,1 ar t p ,

for, etunlmlatm "of th:'l illffdre.tlic. tt
itbo .ixmrd, whp- lhey were t Ir.il
ovrr At the t4 lai ul L Th, ( #,roubhI
.has 1keen brt* 'Tin for iiswni ttri and
sln ri ateld whon Peu lis n traunfR(r Weer

4itshait$d their l'4for )not1n.i ,iliit ,
Th .'antor, tI pati vi

leofe have prJhit d i t"ilo pi. pr1t'w

niri7 revolMero" hate tean gats to
4ratain; of a strike. hrap4r trat0 hl.

4 4(Msay by4 oAt frtl o ,ailty


Joint S ieaa


Miners Contenr
While Opera


On 0ein Hold At:


d for: Advli' i'ln:". Pay.
torll C.malm that 'tihe
. ,-i.b

iapnniot ray iMore, li!t Wl.I e QO
polled to reduce '8 le l l of Prt ne e4. ,
.*inllitim'wn Mi rch'.av Whe, '
tolrerl iiLes of tiIlt'irtt and oi. Oli trat
the Contrat Cotnitliti ttv l diat t O .a
ttd tody1 WN..d10. I lsitt, -an l d i :: ; ::
gato, iwoveid that the lscle iO .w tllt ,.'. .
let bo te l) adopt d. l This. rwa1 ro0Id
ed trtd ltit to a l" etdl bitt i. ,dil 1 .':.
!ProaldtlutK Johut i 8o Mi oheIlE 14. .':, .
tiitle Nhi> \nLin )ihtk9 ts II* AntelQ thea
irutsehtte"il a tlei'e, ft. r.ottitl
Whaib, lie I 'repa9it t e rti
wish pi atti l 4 lttsu-i of thl Iiinert'R
t.he th thte)4),. -f.iit h l( mt .,- t ,;,1, "i",l

T, othe il tl in IuliI i t h llt:i e 4' '
.se ito l to t ttti t ifi ''

Tlitt iill 4i t Ig. tt ni t l eir l i *"r":1"' ; : :6 t :"' r:3
af titi prf t iint W likint5 (b nittitf l {'fo d"l
lI. i htl i d wl r n P olt ilit., O! p ,* '

i rc.nt, t1, ary s lj i ti of itt all11i I h' ll clu; I

1)4 ith 11t 10411iall ( (tiehI '. t rid ilj'C *f i ilrt l '

tt" rimin iiitn, tlir'ttlutii nlM at tI'ofi blo In 'y '
ttle 'illttri M tt'sid ii4 I thett diftlet

tienia or .O ii. -"'le t o .virtti
"lnt thetl.alp d.ion l of t hj e i ,ttlul o d/'
Ing th i tttilhi it iriti of Ii 0 U frlk t. c .t :.:

fl atuthi> ti' tii iitl I anil) tf wa (eA ,' ''
t0n walc t ilyIi ldt I n the ,isit :/..

i(tittt it Itett etole ( ( Itip Ca the ol
thug itilom iiltt tof ,in 'sti oh ll''''i5ttn '::
rmi~l)lut, h nd nlltitna r:tll l r m l. !f tr ; ''.,^'c

PWiWlf hai e t o i cr1-no( for 11#tthltnae a

tt Shil ,4to*ir a tsa r i t .of 'SI tI f o1ilee tf:e 2'
l tar t 011410 A t t hl reol .
and I ltl. L, li.tist n toill to tfl ai iW l '91 '
"ti hI t.. tlIe a otllpe tlo ihon w lfli I t '.

thI if' V011 iTl hi i tle1 ittt1.i Itt th t roiiv,
lin ariiiKtl ilthei a : raoi d It hits owe
S mlla t ,t wil li t .ni -t1 0 4i' 1 i u t r i tl'n
r i W.tirea 'ir i t o rl (jll ) :vll' waitr, iat 0 a ''
Wt aaontl;s, Marhe fr0 0 1 Mil ?

I 041 wthe i t s,.po .Il*l sih ....e I .fh
"r11 ( ha< e I, n ,-rto .o od w oga.O pift1 s 4 ; ''"' r

attta II Idn l t i 5 e. u isn.l o f the Otfl i tiat
i r Ie !n iii(t hiil l il it h'ts" o.ti.t: '
i4 r W 't. ato y5.(5,, M ir siniall to $,

4fhat Onor b ,o 100*1 T e it4Il
y Ait j "tli 'i Pit5.0

Vi: p~n,, d ).0 lmra1tlo0 y. .' "'
kal r ii-w -ai iitif r" l t.red

.He .: ,he o,' .;' 'h ,ct, .M.,

n ibt rs o .tl thbet lt, t 1h b t1 at

V *.' el ta tin:" t elill witioh p!l i

4 at Oy J r. .MOaWes0e is to, !j

A te lot e ". ps(<(pR% 0 a,
eaked dr'Pwh did e lno, *^ss
- veIl wjit the dlisiauiseld diviM
saiu stsspls who 4.elsd thu $t
was ot the proper thing, rid vo(lOr
he to d on the echumoqaa

TJ** laaevolaewere 4^ln34 fSw*fo,~
IN ^.'wiuf-. ?l^ "itN.' '.
*wt l oautt. hl the! eb34'^^ ta7 r
tword to the hotel .siadapaeked their
&raanb. ph dressed "op higherr/';,
Qto use t pr s4a.6n be 0d i41wb :a t
Irs h, ptOt
(iLLW,?r ante~ ODAY.
^l~ b^.. .^.1',*:*^',.


onqea Tlu*
I, 0120 of ti
PP Eonstry

(14 Dtmh i..ta4ke s tet14
i I eO t u l4 tillJ f l# .01 ,%. ,
l eitow oiehtwotateipto, ohii pairt 'to
f or there wiOTin 4 ti:on ':places to,
OJ: olm,,tl.: inqure;, H i: 5 mii e
rA ahigh ed an l carry hi mnogica
Art to pisrfeetirt int all lh-is t.
ia City c iiHltr lIcwood con-
.juired i 1n1w prourtnm of ti.,itfyirng
ovl*iti0* .or thelic aslotrhinotidttzp of
those iwhors ,oginnIsig wti,(titi!t.hatli.
the' re.almo wodetrla '
A Thsland Dollars Thrown Awayi,
I V Mr. W, W. lhiker of ,laiivfw.,
Wh ., writMle "My wifo hatd hlig
rul: f)or .over lifteen years. We
tried nuumb'ii(r of dontrrs and sjnitt
over a thlnuisaid dollars withujut oany
ta:ltf: tlh was very low tmd I lostall
Nfpe, .*he a frietni slggesttd trying
0le.y1t iony ."ild Tar, which I td i
ud tianksli b to this groat rtesety, it
4110 'her life, 1he 1I stronger aild en.-
o* s better bhstltti thai piie has ever,
hoWn ln teni yrs, "W;Wll shl1i haver
b"withludit 1oley's Hoflni ind Tafr. an
wosul4 ash thone alfluoted 'to try it.
I'd by J. W,. ltG', 4o(llltn & "".
S0aiuinevlli oati the Big' Show.
Oillnoivil .ls to bui gain honoured
l wit i irfortnO tiiil l tI 1nryi:' fla.
flOms-itt 0itreol wh0 Ta0ed 1io iinlired'-
tionito the thater-goini Jigublie. It is1
oitt o' the oldest iand largeii ooirn
panis in e..i.tenoi, and favort
l'omoin ,o to otant.. Thy'iappsard.r
1O lWiCt4sti~m illltnii'th og :usi 'two
;performalni aniid by al who atitii

pifyto1te seller pla les, oeaolone.
ally having late open bWtwioli' the
| agor oiit, tlhy are by spe(a)l hino
diw otee s spoued for a ,at, wnhio :a i
u, ape heoe, a. f(i4, Marh 4,
Ws n. St o n i ot r.n of 0tit it;g Pout
X 'y W atb rut onterpilling miag*er.,
10. 1t. 14tt'' hearing of t ,l, immi-
d 06'ttentt.s and lhorito meet their

What Those Wh06 AftesI

pieti, lhe Jso wil p

*As a timat
h o t hosdta,
tend, the Tabaerneele mia
to exapoen Following is
'l O Tl-Bible .lture
(.j Browu. r
2:O ip. n .-,etore, "'T
'A/ I u'H ien i'tr," r,
ttno , ,
S*"8.'p ni.-A evening
., llwooid it Phillhui(i ti .
cleveret, eeLnn in hi lihn,o
shaiOUgrphy T W NG

"t ow wm of I .A4 aAt. o- i. l
at SiE914, nt h,, ,, ed
Sa ve vufl 00 IA4iiOt pozip t zthteva VIsE
'? i B " tJ .t A "

W ,L o6r 4 t -ie ae ufitteb : '. a
4n00ra .pj t o Iamy preve4
ML, YWaty at -1 e t P hsadocaI. X

Me l 'awntle wt i t eT i
a thi < d u o y, Tld
by j. W. xeconom& co.
.o le : wd :. ..

it ta l mr~n k : q ,~h a ro fr
n.i 0. t i.is. l.. ~r it t It .L e ioth-
0t : o T t iite. g1e3 to PB-4

Ontnthie t I4 nv*'r ge bolqitasoatrxive
o te tn ii, W!i f l d' .t.ir t e ilIrithi.e d(iJ t
H Myd rube^ na. .. ,.ainln mul f

1 o th e tu ,i d d n.:,.,;:r gi vrit.:e nb igt n utid

sirlng to,,at Wh.at isLife?
S r ageeti srt. of the orgus"I, resulting i
r-or tnvrA pret ii'r writer

SH ,oly Land ro drl rKIng'i. :New itfe Pll
V i. is Tek i S ickly r-adjust this t gentle.:
yet thoroush. Only 2e at al drtg-
of .mystery, gite y li
o sm of the 1 : ........... .ri.... . ..

ItroLttW ig


Attempt Made to Statl That-Famous
.Now 'Yorkl MarIh 2 n Maitmpt
hanl c,'nl i lt'a lit!ipt1 tiig !B i, iiipa itelhl
from Al'; x: ti'ia, V;n., to eto.al (iho will
tif (,lortO,: W tiilailg n ,i front ho. cl k'
o(tff(tl of tt 1 "1 .Ith'fiux county court
ho w rorn siiiatl;.r,' ly the explosivete .all(,
'but th3 d'olttlfiumrt, which rn.pose in a
gltsa Cent, wtili otht'l vahuiina paperB,
wa, utih'artilr e ..
It 'in pti)i 4((d the woutlutl4 i thieve
itfld wilthot aclmitnuim lnu their object
because the txptly loud exp
olot which aritnd tany tnortt ra-
Tih1 will I In Wa.shblgton's' writing
Anld was tnWr .the year of his tlnath.
It ,ior,'.s t2 ,pagfi I clotily writtt-i,
etohf of whivish iatrs the slgnatire of

Kiil Himself in Knoxvhi., y1enna, io
Kinowxvii ., TeniL March 2-,-'., oloni0

,Parry, l .ll. .. l n i ld, h ti ,hi ot, l.,
on:tal ,ti l Uthe National A.c,,ition

i ne foiInd, th his ro0i1. he hai a
bu'llt "hole thiogh hits hi i..
'i uas i lihiter in the con1 t lnr
servicee "nfrt Pronilent i arrlnoii. ani
has beld tiositHlos of talte a 'id bust.
htosea t .st in I ,liau a, ,: .
N rq~r is assI"gned ot'r hs. self

,dits "go h.nlting. bt' feb w t ide

,A v I: xvl kluwi 4rTItuiun tXTpisred p-
sft'i. ti a .m Iil .IIt m fi t hto I bu,. r.t!ean. t,.'I
wuvhi liiw'. Io. lo b ',i Iin lter :v with
That buritir you n si~ol for l4w'i JIto tlI) no hwo ie Ut hwt .h" ergant-
I don't ILkow that I Ioas young first ti11I nm wlihat you want to
s,-e hin> libout. .Mr. Clubrman-Ol'.
thli're' loything secret alout It. I just
Waotied to fiiwl out how he got iito my
hllite; So really; It's Iiore than I can do
ut niglt.- Knsas City Independeit.
Buckfen's Arnica Salv.
Hils world-wide fame lor arvtel4a14
cures. t surpa ses any other silve,
lotion, oiuitteiut or bain t (ori Ci,
I Corn, Burns il., Sore., VelosT, ll.
oer~i Tho~ter, Salt Ritoim, .Fever Son r
Chapped Haund., .btin ruptlounu; in-
fnrible for Pie Cue iua'rantwud.
1'hIy 25-oentI t l) drK '

Notlct to Do Owhsrg.
Tho Seveniteenth Ordliate of ithe
City of iineiville reads. flW loiws:
"A l ,tse l1 tax ofne loillr shall be
rsilsed. ad iitll oUeotedt rorn the own-
enr of dogs f or olh anu u'very aiiuualM
of the inttte kind, and the sum of live
diolltgi for e*oh and every -A04al, pf
thw femnae hind.; 'dTh'e hall giv. .to the oiwnr of each dog on
which licuse is paid. a numbibred coltar,
of which roord osha be ikep, whieh
Ollair shall be wOn by h.aNh aniitmal
.Airdii All found ruin
at lar* wthaool a collar aftor the
tetitieth taky' of MaeMrs ot each year.
tVoundd. Tlhe arMhal haltredate -
1y k1 i-notlcfl o. ;Oplstlg.At the usual
gti a tictplact, aceng a 4 n th.e ahimiail ut,n athe owler or some
other person wtithi0tenty*f.4 r'hoor
shall pay the lWien.e ant charges, that
they w) be kildd. After the tfiBH
menthioed in the ~ &iq tha tttarshal
h.all vili lt .^ hav anot aInW
re'rfllttmil ra a- A*bIn ii 'n

:, ":': i r I .. : ; 1 %, lll r$ '"r :'


In nft or Lint, Large or Small Quantitte..
Advanc." ll~ae.a Waibae rehoum ca rsihlg t' Fliri of
: made by letter or wire. C:r: r e:I'i-
).: :," i '; < ,O ''ftt e .' ^,..;I:^ ,,;; ':.; I

100 DI."T ""E. -T

An Evening of SIrprises.

irtlhf 1l, Joyf ul!_Gle1l Cherftl


Magician, Illusionist, Gartoist-t & LA



MTickets on Sale


at Miller & Avera CoimpaBy'8



S. ... .- ni; , , -i., .
SS*onl. Liti "i1 ,ew York,
Calling l at ClARLETO, $ bot1,thway,.

-,Clyde N.ew EI:glHndi alid Stuthern ie
Direct 8Srvice Beten oJ J-4 .0.U p .
'; PR.OVID ,.s 1E .and I.AlI ,sre'r.. p/i P .-1a d
CCaho at C 1sh n t .Jways. 8
,; 'f i.^.tY '. S .A,.IL :^ L i
h .. ro Lw is Wharf, B3os
. tFront ot of latherine wt.,Jaek'oihvtl a

n J'A'' .' CKI-,. .. aN V
AL#de t. off s River
s .ae "Y OFJA )NVIL

il l a tpo:u- ed t taQ as laow
.ot, ,
4,. . .a



U ~

~hjs w4i1,I ou r last stle in -inued ill we will lnow put on salo the bost p1ece of p1iopety, (rom ,pU
TIm rpesativ p fo IOi 'Wt iw, tIat t e i in Gaine ville, his 1lPty l onW. L oly

frthe 1(. & (A. PIty., and is only a ..w minutes wlk I'oIll the Court o....r it will b out into lots
table forallr tan hotss, f-, will be sold At Aution, on Easy Te:, on ....

TUESDAY, MARH 1904, AT 9:30 AM
anU s.... f*AN, A 90' an M

II ft IM hi MM______ ____ .* ______ ., "./ ..:; .', T 1*''; ^ ~ fi r ,. *. * ** * : .; * *.' *'* *. * '..ow.*

.OIy iE 1 I ItS LL BE AST..
2nly 2 per cent of the purlite prie ish and the baliiIui in
equal iiot)13y payments, widlt interest a tie rate of per g tnt
ti]numi, Thi' sale will be open for everybody, white or co l(!red,
that the poor rent-payer, whois' trying to own Iis owun homi, will
0 u etualchliacetoowiLn oune of tla? lopotI i with t go hwliu bay
iculation or invest ment. Thi rent'payer is especially rged '
end tnis sale and get. .ion the ground tloor, so that he will not tl
to pay na profit later on to those who were wise enough to buy it
livesntment. b

I!LL iE-
. ,

wh i att omlds
ehaine on
not tlhey

n irriiags will leave the Coti rt Itouse prompt
ly {t 9 a. i n on the morning of tho ale and will
Carry oveoyonel who wish,e to go to the, sale free
of chargee. Ev)rylbody invited to take the ride.

..A .. coO N-TE D NY...



Further Particulars -ee

(hlL\i~nawsi~e V~

Rev. Mr. McAlpine Will Tell the People
of Foreign Methods This Evening
'The Rev. R, E. McAlplie,.for nearly
twenty, years a missionary of tlhe
l'rebyterian chhtrch in the .Miuado'ia
empire, will deliver atn ddress on Ja-
pan at the First Presbyterian Cho.ure
this, (Thursday) evening at 7:30 o'eloelt
Mr. MeAl-ptine comes through the aBt

6y election was ordered pointmnntl of the Executive Conint-
maame dates as fixed by tvM of Foreign Miseionis of the Oeneral
iAltteie, and to be held Assembly of the Presbyterian Church,
e rules, the only differ- to report the conditions and progress
;hat Alachua county will of the work being done in Japan. Mr.
elkets, the national and McAlpine willdoubtless say much that
ttes being upon ono, and will be of interest because of the war
In4idates upon the other. going on between Japan and l insia.
course neceisitate two ''The congregations of the dillerent,
Iand two sets of inspic- churches of Gainesville and the gener-
^recinst. al public arp cordially invited to join
decided in the case of with the Presbyteriane in giving Mr.
pr county c6miiniisioners MeAlpine n welemne to our city and'in
IbOf-sehool-board to so ar- ihiaring his talk ahbu't Japan.
Jot that.an elector could
Sthe 'oTdlissiloner ind WILLIS-DELAND.
lbh6tl) board residing in -.--
dhitrict. Marriage of Two Pbpular Young Peo,
Spetiaining to ytht atr- ple in Gainesville Wledneday.
.the primary were l ft to herero wah ai'importatit wedding In
oimmwittee," this eity Wedinesday, th contracting.
,Vory reEpec(funilpy partie. being Jasper N. 'tilllae of W\il-
J.F. Mct.KiNs J. liston and4Miss Ada DeLand, formerly
: :- q( Tacoma but now riding wiith her
HAf. PENINGS. parcttxs, Mr. and Mr,., [1' D)oland,
l. - 1 ': Sou' oth l iEtSry vtati bwh Te"rthe er.
sWho Come and Go.Ono,.e .
mtstst ofrInterest. oed.
athtie of Inleret. iMr. Willi is one of the 1most popular
Mrph 2-Regular er- yingRne In Ledvy coptj*. lHe has
tmdueted at t04e Ilapt i terve.d his county, alIthflly I n the
:inday by Rev. Foster. l.e gilatiure, ,oa is g.. s ll a candidate
t.permonp acre delivered for re-eletion. 'The bride' Is o.te of
L1apprtciative ecogre ga- Ala h ouhty'a fairest. daughters,
and has many friends.
Xpellum visited friend. i, To Mr. and Mr4. W in TllI h ~Stu,
ielast of the week in the eWith other frinds,i ete0td 0icere,
is campaign for county 0ongratulatious, (and ri that their
t eotnubia bliss will be h-appy aid i.n.
Irjer vIted his family mnoleied. They will resid at Willi.
tor "
Mlakter will leave on
ur tine ,, O| ..w Coh..AR. a AGAI t LA P.' .4 .

t:fl S'f 1- 5 it ii stItNtt .)ta. -. r 1 A, k. .
a, W*.0tb ; ate 0 itnII mS *l ^ Wom 1ts o s ^iatg a skINSO lea Alwsryr la
$6Itf~W, is viab.:per ,;1l^:;'; ts anh
WiiK i T*ri4h wtA b-l pb 15 5 5
To, A 4aiiA 'r4I"e "ti'tt s s p

Rfused to Crink and Was K;lled or
te". Spot. "
lI( i )iI;4 ia li biilit 21 l 'rsi odM
w a s hI l.ot ll 1 1'h y ,Ilh( i It ,nd
iHichailu u., Macl :i... 2 *- ani' a hm ll
noi ti ltl'ly l mi ,tI, it O t he o oll n t l
1InH..r on lh u 'I a 11 f Vt ollk; A d l ilfat
J lIII" 11 L I 0l.'wa t, I : h t in '0h iIru
It ,;l' i fro'' he I .K ; lory, hold )
lh dnlt 1111 4 hl l lt) liiy l l young lul.
luoC tomn, to iib h Iboil hbono, a'ironi
panel iy tnlothel"r .y)dong Ilan li|C(
1McCalllster, anl liihigt idilr thel In
[iluolwr of lhqior, offtrld lhuad a drlnfi
who li refol, anld a difficulty starte'!
by ltlltlock prl't'((illtln a it lu.otgmu t i
thle door for the houo-i, KalyIing liu Il
tendol I, llI)ng 8Une one U0 d he (did
riot r'tie LI>t .
So Sweet and Pleasing in Tstael
Mrs. C, Petersoni, f25i Lake t,,' to.
p$eka, Kan,, speaking of linaril',i
lorehound Syrup, Says: "It .Ias
never filled to give e rtire oat faction,
and of all eugh rtInM;dles It y ino. f
voritte, andl I iml t etOiic. toi trty nt ny
friends that It will d(, aind hoa. dohe,
i what it claimed for it--lo ipt 1 0ough or cold ; f it' 1 t ^wet Alnd
5o pie igtrKin taste '2 ". fd ti1
bottlell.tatJolhnsion Bro' .'



Friday, March 40

T'rh EBvwst of th.e Ntstil' I

IArp.t W ssV i Od 0 -11P.IlkWkdt
H. I:: A FI t er *1S O I

."uer o rt'Bond-40
ks* **A b A 'V* Ut iAfilfi

Take TheAtla n tic Coast Line


Si L a v ili i atw er;.

aitd iTn11. 1iti Unii urpased SBrvitc

lepart lor
.i : 4 hi

I It I(]
2 '. 2 I.'? 1 v in
I 1-' h: .

Tio: Tuableh In Iffet't ,,' lbrunry 7, lIB04
(A4IN h 'SVI .E
IHigh $priug aridl l'n te'r
mncdiat, ]uminth
i llitrki, ll't inl o ikwntis

North, Elnlt and West

1:2 l;1l i I High prNiir W\lyerru avinabh, i. rnn
]itily ibn ny, At tiliie all Po~ltsl Nvoth, iRt V

,:~5I i

Rohietl, ,Mlan'tmliuI alpd C(Itra

A F 'rive rom
Vi o P i O


w le ^ O i' : ,i .' ,*

it iit)

Illhgh riing*tit

(,onig W sot or North Noat ravel l via ,(blota.got ad I. rid otlnltd, olt(id
(' I):(l;. betweei ,S AtAu., io*' B Int ,hleag);; On Iy no:te niglt m6ut,
L 4eave . t .. A"gns U 7, it "7 f a .:
Arrive Jalkroni v"r ' .' ;I.i '.tr i t
't.have .4 .. vill. ( ,It, Itt 9 o '

Leave, C t. . o y .4 ..... .1, i. p
SArrive Atlanta ,.. I: 1 r 0
Leaive Mt n Alla tu a ,. ;, l &t.. y .. . : lo'i.!h i .p "r''"

Arrl.v Ittua (r : .. *1, l.. 1. m m :: '":,
1 11,NaIoot p .it l ,.t
r.rav Nashville ... .. .. 'Jt01 itt
leArtv+ t vai ttil'e 1 . ..; O i ... .' : "
Arrive t Loiat i" ,
Ar*rrivfe Tra iln te , .I glt 11j *. .
Averh e'rr I.. ause ' (. I; I.. 1% iia a t
Arrive tis t, ago' .. oI f.
thhta is tranW4e standardk of ter6( n t n ervlsinm i li
resrvait< bh d other It-forr"ato ut 4olty et Agent A %. ( 11 Au-
gMi.thle, or Atstle ColaItAn ittts, -W a reel, JatIksoutvl I
laterci(haageablea *tieass Tkhesa, good ovtrr al00 m oIf sr a nag $tvs prisi.
( t e Iietb a1 At e,- ar olelqb r ^ t a

V':I,$A ftYLS ./ !I'; a$ti~ ]sW D A' t P A
,- W ay lt" ,::p,4l


t of County Committee in The
Sun Did Not Seem Clear,
Sunh: Ynur report tof the pro.
* of the Countl ly IMnocratic
itee while subst.antially cor
is iot clear. I 'here was no0 fric-
ino dissatisfaction. l'h com-

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1.6 1 Ho(use,


t ; oS .af co arpei w' sd wtxs.PQP- marked in 14 tll s ti'
*|?j 15Patb1, o' 00 te for five wake'we- o'Areased; wdea lt Was )earned toat he

Rsoo st;4ai ^ ine a local co0 a to 0i enws of her ti eers, who had counseled
|J it wflaerdtoe, and 6 e.tufor eaheat' moderation, and appointedd In' his
S tal^ ai"10rsion '* '; ii~~teaa 1 pronounced anti-forign: meun
,p t now sdn.' Th.is nt& .I taken to mean that
- r"na hte ds, to be prepared to take
This Tle.-WeeL 'sun i an etiht-pare, u h a coute with resp0t.0kto out
tcrlumn u r. 1pub ala dever'.. ider as subsequent ,conditions seem
T 4y sod Thprr a. atid' contains a t the
..4~o ,. the weekr 1oet0, sOs a ara,.the en .o the C-
q0 erM, rid will be wailed. pomtge free, ito any ("ee0 of Japan we may expect aome,
AVrt of t.e United Stato rr canada, f or 1i,i thing 4. rastie-not parttlelartly e .
a e...sd.*s ose .it eis .apao, but ir beaie a
,iAll ad.ertsing bils become diae, fer rg way will be oplnedo for 'Q inaa to re.
asparagneoof aOver, eeont..enleso terWisa eenge 'hersel ont pwr who
P "Smwt*14be re4 d UIV0 a I fr alvetnhstns ip- aT h
b ote, Addross. #1 EDArL" sN' uprising. The Dowagdr Empress has
S'er ....a a A.long memory and her 'resontmenits
..are violet. i woer o er then at.
l K. Harri, of OampalgnIl, H we are toid that' European reiadeuits
the:honor of rafting the heaviesto 100 regarng the lati with rm.
q' *pttle ever toirketed In te U 4 A 4ispptom oOedtoogtease ts
*tates. tnet three *tn guwlha-
mlA .46!0iditteti: :,W:tbi)] v
ms ,A lttmoth lig dkntasiing a 0ba9ic pel hi'ina wiph tt 'iussi.to 4 the0
h14ss011ice and a sage for wild athnals sympathies f the oviliAed *orld to
will be a feaatu'e of Washington's tim. the side of1 Rsla. t't may be so and1
ber a:ththYor1g Y It maynty Po. During the harky diye of
a wir the- --I& a argeamo
'^' Near Malpt, West Australia, a gold of speculation As to ppCsible eomplipa
mtine is worked y a family of father, tion6. 0ost certainly the present
mother and children and la' giving biut1 struggle giv eth for aniety for the
gold at the rate of 0 per anne, future i the st and justfle
th___________i fa thoughtful Ceonideration: of conse-
The Rs'R an impei, family r"enjoys, quenoed. _'_.'
the distinction of beitg the lwealtlt' .. -
faily in iEurope, The clvi lst of tlhe In Oklahoma there is one farm so
0as o amounts to *i 00~0oiOOO a year. big that it is neoesary to plant several
varieties of wheat-one of which'
A .. word of eneoragement goe a ripeap several days later than the
great ways. He who loses oney loes other-in order that all of them miay
Smuch; he wh- loses friends le beharvpsted t thse.ir prime, On this.
more, but he who loses courage los.' flwm the wheat fields are ,.000 aroes
S. ech, te'c ttle pastures' are I,(X) to
1']']i" a':" F e each ..u...ih 1,1500 W acres each and posttre 6,000 head
I aS 0ia and rano eah fur nnually, the corn rowa are one and a
Or B) .,ritailii' apnutally. more. than half tMites long, requiring 500 mules
i/ 0,000,00 pounds o(. bOtter, while tse and 800 men to hAndle the crop, and
"flnited .Sttes furnshe ,,000 it takes 10 self-hitdders three weeks to
worth,. t Cut.the wheat ccop and a. dozonr or
more seatn tihrshers 40 dsys to
S: i promoting progress in tgrigcul- thresh it.
ture it Is desirable that practical, farm- .
eras keep -a careful record of facts Two huitndred aes of the World'o
whith related to the culture of the soil Fair grounds have been reserved for
On iLthirfarnmi. Ipicniio parties, T.his reservation is
: heavily wooded anli tho ground is
The Vermont building at.the World's covered with bluit..graoss. This will he
Fair. i a reproduction of'th. old Coat- reinforced by a growth of rye grass
S tl: tutiun House at 'Windsor, Vt. The which h.1 been sown,, The rye grass
s' trtsture was huilt IIn ;Vermont, and thriv'sm under a dose shad',4lnd the
! shipped to St. l,4oui in sootions:. pinickeis may, b assured of .a green
' oarpet on with to. spread their ditn-
SIt. s a: g ireat.thrno to tknow that me "0:'-" '
who alWays prolse worae{ r,,do- t t ) 0I .
them well ut, it is a greater it to "The .Miinneota Legislature has en-
kt sod i tlaw im latiiig to timsher growing
k" that mc whoaWay.peak 'i.iIL. that SUate,',twhichliprovides for a
i:4. ; w oi od an o t k nO Wth e t ll. a aP
S bounty of *$2. 0 an acre each year for
S": a h.lierod of l S+ix.: ytia8,. for cach acre
arships from .n.aty of the powers pa~,ited anti ept. in goo i condition
wi .ll ,beatohored'at S.t 41 dri wri th n kid oos.. '..
e im Worid 'Fair, The .iortyO black locttt.,
h them will rdmainalll winter atid re-
turtn to.the obean in the spring of '
I *. ..' t'And now, t6ii costain t ian who a"ys8
SW illaa, of iollanMh.,ob shre ninth grain that
;owhi0 h lie s:aysIs*t levye1,n 1otiths grew .no it, 'T.hi fellow must be in
Old, tilghs l00 poItshd,, ws as b'In wit the )ip'loy 1f so me breakfast food
tw let and i able, nevertheless to company, and his dutite are to tell
r iel' at. l itgood alt.. til intends eX. pti$w hat's what' without tellihg
i it*; fig,: ita ott W orhd', A r :ii ..t.. ': tt why : . .
Last year % n average, were made,'i otw w hti that ar uer
*evry lan, woman and chtihld ihe onttrt to be t';uilt li private ards
United States relved 61 (letters, ar e (fro m twelv to ifty thrle months
Sth.rtyoe uews par., or ..per!io d b, id the contract date of comple-
als, fot rt pac kage; a nd
Avery slXth person registered a I pt o .s' a Otito t. Tot"Eno,'
SJ,:hncy makeini oath.hat he
aa, atlthghnutimber of foreigners Cheney C'o., douintg business hii the
I og al i6 heion elves z ito a o Otly 01o Toledo, C nuny and $tete
a te iowt antdi eglstered as iafoesaId, and that $itl ftrmt twill pty
II u'frldiqal pa ilao t.1 this cmpay thsa stnt of IWwE 1Stfy-', ) D1-
*. ar t we lnot be cred b' the1
I toi ; has 4 d
::bl,|,'- ,Vti: ,''fe g'S.,:,

,ea5r, (;o. l. t
In 'lis lterest.

Jaxkiii yo m y.,n: o Mabel 4iie
mete liast I told yMio Y tibo abl i
is Yelt ponesthg to bel) omene Welt
'hi ,. tedpt164 tUA lat nifvbt tA m Ito
thank yon (f otercedha or tact,
coU:relle,- it ty. idear. 'oy. I
simply 4tinuT edl to Mabela tWt was
,tter yo" y,.lf.
"There's one thlng the wome1 can't,
et I1to!" said the anti woman sut.
"Waft'p Wtat?" cried a chorus of
feomlnne voices. ," .
"The ecret servlce!"-Detrolt Oree

bTlit boy never will be worth any-.
thing,'; ';
""riU.ldnt be rN'- uro of tt. o
.may warry well "- icago Post.
SS+ptdom ,are weeds of the mind
whle io, 6 t! f ethemselvea. and nios.
rapidly when least wanted.- Wallace.

Blllatness8, .sr Itoab, consttpa.
tlonajiMd allvar itls are cured b
HIeod'. Pl ls
The ^eton-liiat itP lo'. rice
1 cents 1l) druai"ts or b mail 91

W as Well
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney troublel.

Kidney trouble preys uUon the mind, dis-
courages ad ilesns amb tion: beauty, igor
and cheerfurh esa '0onh
y Y dsappear WI hn the kid-
neys are out. f order
71Kidney trouble has
.become .o pPreyalent
that it is pot .saen>.sii
f or a ch.lho to b, kiora
S afflcted withweak kid.
neys. If the child at' .
" F,)< ",h" ; t W t II hq 'lud *be able to
.' 'te. asi 8sa e i isa yet afftltc.ad wt
1 s-wetttn, Cdepend UAr tt. the ca.ie a
:I'. oil .Ut tantward3 tO bt trea f tn o(
;..i anptortart organs,. This npleisasmnt
timele a due to a diseased cifioqtton of 16e
ndriey 'and bladder anl not to'a habit o.
1io+st people suppose.
Woien 10s Well as men are made mas.
crable with kidrev' and bladder trouble
and both need the same lreat remedy..
T'he mnld and the immediate effect 'at
Swamp-Root Is sor, realized. It is sold
y druggists In fifty-
cent and one 'dollar..
sizes. You ma have'a
an,'pli bottle by mail
rree, also pamnphlht tell-, qnao 0,fttuip.x.
ing all about. it, Including, many 6f the
thioutands- of testi'monial letter received
from sufferers cured, In wrItitn Dr, Kilmner
'&Co., Binghamton N. Y,e ure and
mention this..oel.
Don't make a isletake, but rpmnetn-
bpr lite name', 8wa R'i..oot, Dr, Kit-
1n1Cfyi 5wamp.Rj ot, and the address,
ilnghamntoN. Y.. on every bptt~le

Pneumont. t iioow S Vrlpp
but nevor allows th ew Of

Ittop, th oih d ead' h o* luuaj

i 1. MI 1 W.:]t 4 rll a e s ita.C
?tsau' Nol AE TAa ea.rm"4*
Sold by J. 1.6M6110141 k .

acts onm t'4
: : c ur oe : !

t Fevers, and, by going t th e "II
trouble, wos permanent ure.
For Sale by Johnson Bros.,. Gainesville

JA4. M. GAnA. President O:p. W. H OW, Vice-Preeide! .





Capital.... ..,- -. CO.,O 0
Surplus and Undivided Prfits.. 2,0200
ext ilstvely a banking business, witb facilities equal, to any baek In the Stat Soilci
the secounts ot Farmers. Merchants. Oororations, etc. Interest alJowed
by sDectal arrtntemnt,. All business .as-actted uromptl, -

::Air LieR ai

Savannah, Columbia Camden, Souther
Pines, Ralei.g-h h dond,-Wah-0
ington, Baltimore, Phila-
SdeIphia, New York,

Three Elegant Trains Daily:

Seaboard Florida Limited

Seaboard Expr

Seaboard Mail.


buled train, composed exclusively of Puillman equip-
m-ent,: Dining, Compartment, Drawingroom Sleepes
and Observation Cars, operated solid St. Augustine and
Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving St
Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily.

.Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
For full formation and sleeper re rvat ions' c o en a
write A .. McPONELL, '' C ROYL 'TON', J_
Ass rt:'. GenerlPa er avenger Agnt, PV as Ae
JACK8-0V f, a enger ReIA
_ J A CK 8O y~.-". i*,. -'i. ). -. :.

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. .. :,..t O ozo ate, L.
Abtraets of 'Tithe a"sd full lniriiiit mi slwd
county. Our mnuliagv r ha iid ii this county r ag 4
... thorou onv .rsant with land titles.
a, EtI, Or a Y E. rn ,

seOting a rt: er r of n fRIpro t A | i c st lt
--V'0 VV'l. lVT, it
,. t *' ,a.-ijISan ,


00 .
Wills Passed *Se0teues
']EKpaoConvicted Trson" 6,


;entences qf the Court on These
es Were Heavy as a Rule-Abe
Peter Rutledge Must Spend a
ear .for Stealing-Other Matters.

ednesday w'as the last day of the
Su it court for the spring term,
.Tipre has been a great deal of busi.
S transacted during this termni
many cases having been disposed oJ
whimh have been on ithe docket sev-
eral years,
he court was called to order at S.:3
o'i0look in the morning by His Honor
Judge Wills. The greater part of the
day was spent in the trial of several
caies in attaclinent vs.. Williams Bros.,
in each case a verdict having been
rendered in favor of the plaintiffs and
Against the Messrs. V.illiamus.
Th case of the State of Florida vs.'
:' eo ~e M. Rogers, selling liquor in ai
Sdry oun ty, was nol crossed by motion
rof f State's attorney.
ase of the State vs. 1stitun Mal-
phUlrus murder, trnsft'erred to absent ee

|The ease 6of1 the Statte. of Florida vs.
,.ter Jones, selling li(|>or in a dry
V tlty, was brought to trial. The
.; defendant was arraigied and pleaded
gu': 4Uidy, whereup)on thie J1udge. aissessed
-'a-flie of $800 and ooels. uif the court.:t or.
Sni ne lnonths in prison. The, sentence
'.sWa.' spended, however, umpon the
pa.m: npay it by the defeuldaiit of $10)0 and

he following sintuInnos weie itl-
State vs. WValior IHull, selling liquor
I 'n a dry ollunly, $ i0' aund costs of
court, but sentoIiti'(n .n S n1uI' (hi'd uponl
.payment of $tl ) aut o custs.
S iState vs. 'I'iunuas Ilarrod, selling
liquor in dry co('.ity, $30 u or nine
months isi prison.
State vs'. S. T; M1outon, selling li.
i 'quor ina it dry county, $100 or nino
months in prison.
State vs. 1 ,wrd H arid and tliun
r "Ti,,(or il a dry
county, i$200 or Six imontits Inu prison.
State vs. Abe IRtledge iand Peter
Rut kde, larceny ort a I dlioStil, anii-
ial, one year iir prison,
State vs. E. J. Johnson, s luinu, li-
Squor in a dry county, $3;X or nine
mointis in prison.
State vs. Andrew ,JohrlOn-I, aggrai-
vated assault, $.7 or thirty days in
State vs. .ohni Johnlsoll, selling li-
quor in a dry cotinty, $1(x) uid osta or
foulr moliths iin prison.
State vs, 'I. V. Thomtias, selling, li-
quorina dry county, $1Xl and costs or
three months in prison.
State vs, William Welder, shooting
into a passenger train, five years inl
State prison. . '
State vs. ied Snith. larceny of a
lbog, )$50 and costs or six months ill
prison * cr iltiving
iThe business of 'the court .having
Closed for th s term, the cnort ad-
'johrned until the fill .ession.
Huu.it Y.r a p ,,'0 W e a k S p o t.
There ar more deaths di-ctly dutel
to weak, lungs than toall other di s-
Iea.sIs ombited., They are humanity 's
weak spot-the breed ing place of d ol-
samption. Whn the hlihtest synlp-
tom of troidhl is felt il thi llluga you
should bheiu tlhe ost tf Ar, lt'fchee's
7i, (*tmmyian t yrup 1st 'u', it its made vSi
ieelallyt t'o oothl, he,'r a;nd strengthen
the.tIngs, throat atd broichiial tWt,.
Serman Syriup is i nmtvr-failiig 'mtn-
y for c f i t Ion Trial hostile,
i. Big bottle, e.' *At Jlohlnoni ros'.
Jewel Laundry and Slandard FertilizSe
Compiaty's Building Aflame.
heae were two a.lrt.t 'if. filrt
*lVfwi4neyr Netwitheandiag th oar
Me 0to work, the alarm at the on-

^BllE^vt respoflnd l poptly'
J frmO* i f int bos .l',We, the te-
rfifLWuc.lifl) dr mit the
f,),,w otr,,,

a . . ,,,. -
hiliousniess, iindlgestion, sour
stomiaci oI other& internal' deL
rangeoment8s, nothing equals
MOZ17 X'V LE L ION 1 Ll)4 l
I@ acts promiptly bat gently,
and does nor gripik or eause the
2 least unpleasantness. It isthe
ideal laxative, keeps the sys-'
teni free of all impurities,
Made from pure lemon juice,
it is pioasanit to take, and is
good for the entire faniily,
50 () ents per bottle at all
drug stores.


Lemon Elixir.
Made o( Lemons.


Wednesday's Program of the Chau-
tauqua Was Highly Enjoye,.
The program of the Gainesvillie Flor-
ida, Chatmtauqua Wednesday as line,
and all three numbers were weli at-
In the mIortiiilg there was a Bible le0
lture by Dr. J. I. 0. Brown, which was.
full of interest, In the.afternoon' Mrs.
Elishabth intiBarrle (tileutter tained:
tho audience by readings and imper"o-
nations, Site was assisted in ohe en-
tertainuienut by Miss FlornieWe .W Scott,
who rendered several flne seitictions on
the harp. Miss Scott i a fintoe inusiciau,
a master of the. harp, and her work
was appreciated. Mrs. Gill was also
liure, artd rendered hier work in ltmeli a
Manner as. to inipritss the audinctoe.
l.n lIhe ovetihg the o)tterbeiin Male
Quartette held the boards, assisted by
Prof., Arnold's Special ehoruns, Those
present enjoyed this .featlir- ery-
much, the only regret boing that there
was "not enough." They.were simply
great, and were encored time after
tinit'. Tlhy will appear tonight with
Ellwood, the great magitian. Dr.
Strniume, said in introducing them that
they werethe best in the lnitied States,
ual)i they '"nuadte good.'
Lots On West Liberty Street Will ioe
'Sold on Tuesday, Marclh 8.
Thle Natiounal Rvalty Imuprovement
Compon ty re so well pleased with the
lots stold Tuesday that they'luav doe-
cided to make atnotlir sale, aind this
time have sc:iured property on \,est
Lilterty stree( belougitog to Major \V,
R. Tlionao,,
TI'e second sale will occur next
'Iuesday, the 1th inst., anrid those who
fire really desirous of securing good
bargains ifn eity lots art r"u )otlod; to
be present.
Major Thutoima stated ycst'rdiy that
the hlts are all perfect, and, that lie
would guarantee the tile t o to be als-
lltoely free. This aissuralnce. front a
1nah who is known to( li>< clean is suiffl-
ieit, ani)l there is little' doubt.but that
there will be ag.eat- dumaniid for the
Seen the advertisempiet n this Issue,
and if there f. any further infortma-
ioin 4deIred Mr. PhilUlipus would lie glid
to furnish it. HIe may l t foutld at th e
Drown .f lous
Curei Sietic .Rheumatism.
Mrs. A. E. Bimpson. ft~ raig it.
Kno v ille, T'rmn., writes, Juine lori, i
19vf'I "1 have beon trying the btt0,s
of Hnt S&,pringpl, Atrk, for Sitclsue rhou-J
matiltm. but I get matn, relief from
'Itllard's tnow Llinnient than atry
tnedituine or. anything I hav ever
triedFu. Etled li'ntl poite'ifle.orde l
foer d.1 Snd me a.i l lar.e ttl~: ib
foulthir4 #0t'ipressl.." .,ld by. Johnio
: rous .. ..' r*"*
ta . "' u. a .....r. h 2 W a.t'

ls I uoo Metv'* 4 ltam i Y I 4 F Irs9tdent I1

jj ost | $ pt pIt4

to the Penalty *t9' Hielen W(m
a on v l, M atd eh .
Unttited Sta lourtl sentetcIlJ
ben aseai upone MrrI. HIelen Wil
np 3t 4e .ta, now.g t
:ure airontVi otet o ,aht usia Oth
mails tfor twtOaitlen1 iutose.
The sentence Wls thlat slbheeb oit b
lined foQr one' yeO an one day In til
penia tleiry 4 Nashfr. le. Tesnt Ad
appeal w. aiOt once tsen and trnte
andit biond w .as fixed t $i.000,o whici
waSly an. g The i asel now goes tiS
the ringed States. cruilt court of ad .i
peals at NOw Q hrle(an.
1When ashed aI she had anything tI
say as to why sentence should not bT e
passed upon her,, MrsI Post said
'You cannot proioonpo sentence .0
guilt against me., The) sentenc-, ye
are going to proinomnce will boe against
the ignorance of the urge, and thi,
seitn nce villo ot only fal tor Mondoiin
ue, but It will texonratin me from at
nairtllpatio n aisucl Iged niruc."
Negro Who Killed Mail Clerk Threat.
ened by Lyhchers.
full coniipanilesl of tait trodHpu antI
rinudoid. the county. Jil here Moniday
night, ii which lis lodgedfl .. J',P Paris,
a nefgro wlho I charged with th l klll
Ing of Johnp R, StocktOn, a ma1ll clwk,
the serious wotuding .o J. A. 4e.,
another clerk ad tho rbbmW ot ge
mail oar on the A.abis n QrM S.uth
ern train, whilih left .t"lI today
mo6rnig for BlIrminilami,
Parl s wa captured earlyA Monday
.y bloolhomuadl .following' a,. bloody
trail, strewn ,with bits of: re6glttord
emaiil -r It oneoto nwors
"letrtefa wa othpT mall umoterr, from
the scone of the holu)dp to itn ien r
oabimn, wthe'r Parfis WtAs found
HI Henry'iSg$ Sh'$ow.,.
The .famotia Ill T henry's Bik (liLy
M inst rel tggreat'i ui of lifty all white
perfrorniers will appear w it the opera
honsr .On F "idt ., Mi rchl i1, 1 no tiitee.
aid tinight, This dor'tni;l i ion Is onei
of tll eoi,' il soul n lio. oslt uireetssfiil ihn
tile nilistrul illte, anid lS as reputation
reaching fron ocean to ocean. "hey
-eary'icatloBd a o(pall f toenry, re-
mnoving atll the Itouile ,twionos to finale
riomtni for their sleciall sets. 'Tlen'y
travel in i special tradit of privatt,' Inal-
ace ears said to i)! tim 'th'ist slmow antrs
int thi world., 'iTtey will Aiv a swell
paradeoat nizooi with loco0moilo ithi-
bitlon by t)heostar, mon, of New York City, Hli1liitry. has
probt4ably tlh.t fltlt t St, ilrniard du i t,. in
Atmrrica, Valud alit f.'u,uXpu, which afvo)
Sacuotilpanirts tho:ir luaratlei, Agaili .tit
light they giv' a fre i (lHassilu ( miu el'r )i'
'I'lt'iir e.iltertairnin iit is smid i 1- i ,11
Sof tlii' t)ct "ve.r presoiuted. S-ati uiuw
on satile at Miller & Avrvena'.

hIeurnat Ismd

Th4se who haveever felt c les, u or tessdthe intense
suffering Ot ofotersknow thit Rhetumatisms tortaet and that it 1 right.
Alld0onot8uteriMk*1, 1114ntmare ud4ently eizedwUi hthe.lopt excrucia.
tln jpins, and' it em every uscle' and jint in the body wn beitn torn
astuder, Others fulouyoccasi Ialfightptlnsorwekrs atha, whet
1 ia 144etldel icpage in t weather r ex poure to s tup. ci wids o wight
ini a. l l lel as t. 1:0iro
't brings' otB1. 4 0i1ientt t..tak l stiug or ldiv perhaps, an leavi'ti th*pa.

plasters, ottihtow'temporarysthtiatedo rec
endtyl~ nrcl~ies and pa.^ius, (iterinal alpnd

the real case orleane tthe dis, nsd blooi ; but l t S., the gMatft of all'.
blood purifiersand tolnlw;, does cure Rheumatisn by antiiting and neutrallz-
ing the poitswnous acids aid( iuudIidinig utp tlhe ilak d otlttshiggi'sh bloo t is
%s-fe am1Ireliablein all IfimaI f Rhueunilatin. tIt makes
the old acid blood rkiAT", 11anl the pahIntQrtur4e *us,
cles and joints.e nlie 'eul the a mattered simrves are
made 'strong, and the entir system isinvlgoratedanA4
to, ed p by th11 use of th1is, neat vegetaIble me. i
If you hav heu R atis iu, write us, ai ntid our pi sliviaus w it fit rnaslt wit*
out charIIe ny information desired, lul we wil t at il ree our book. on
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.in ,it h I nit'I uI." I t.;I;iuo n ,iuiI.u lit II I" t"
lo.e il a A rfgest Pop lll it8 OU1ff on 00 Ert( l I
11,111101l wv ]uu .lou hii I.lit h( Thue "The [ P ri' ce-'
ilhrk i ld i i' ,i.s, Iu1 t lie wIu, t1l t IIi lit
tit ,,u, i I .. I nor e r ti,,. NOW BIGGER, BETTER AND GRANDER THAN EVERI
pI t l''i u, l Iu h a l ).iiq u hi r ," i; hld ......,.. ............... . .; ..... ......... ,
never luin ; 1 l .l..>lv i 1,uof .I.. W 1i ( I i. Ih(ld I aVOvit ( 4and l l (t l (of NoW i eN:I l 1l s.s 1 .
frttil no ,),ia 1 an to Wtiit n ii, ,,uu of h'in'h Milet t1i amil, u i gsindv l ( t0i of ti Air."
man li it, o weo),10 doIi, i u,.h1 ,, .1 "} n FR i )ly r .Ac0'lohof, and !,.., ;, ',i
I t iu k ii ;t iit u .i' r.l', , Ito kiilU luI ; I I II I' II,.'" ,
t6 k It i n o1. i ,l,)k n tl ,. t il. uIi rn ttili')r ,tT,., p of ,li ,% d .i t,,, D)i<,i r. Ar l A At'?ur. 'the. .MifM ba t .Ki iif .o. 't
Sint l lw u)aui'r ui n i hl.1l' Ihoi ir tuMid ou rtit Thri' .r ; )ne IitI 1 ut l oru(, riltl MulK !ln'd .|r(-ik(bt,,ti ,.li l4Wf r I ,,r:
61.1..o ti rl k rpeitt I t T i i t etund.hr.,W$Air), & ilti,/.AeriM tlti, (ow : .
qiWlry u ti t.:. F l 1, . '
tl, h ,", dw, wbt ,lotF.,i.,n I|1te .r' ee6 Street Parade at o a'a mt
dl !i n 0l ,. I ;: i. o h, :
Si 0 i ,, T DaoPrformancO.sD8ily, at 2 and 8 p. m, Doors Op40. 1 Hour 40j.
(ulli, 'ltI.ly Ito I lu io l "d tI -lllt a* |lll y a tlu .
. ,' ho' rply llv it i t I. t .Mr lui .
ti et'y i tr wth d I o I i ,u i .i.;I i i .. a. Ihahed ,
oupucm$u WtYor hiC uisul ph 1 it
a ct i t.1 urm j me
* 'rUeiuas' u't,,'Oui e w a iu sta $ . -"
.T w o o t h iti' 4 au; i t is u4 t.u. I "~A00;"h,? 1 6 11
s T iiuihe* n f it < l ,ot' t u i i lt i t(t 4''r l, 4 IV. it 1 'A
with 1 fe.' l' it 'i'Mf I.u dlt i ,l ute i h wIt .
" the I losi rfi(t<. otu'r'ltI':; lu.lf i '( a ut ianhi tf >oitt M us uj. s iv l, lip it u'..tfv ie.n p.i!at( or hersona u to gtrud"^ mi ees n
gs, ,-td ftr wvu" e f'etoitir 'us wilIt hetw u ib thlh at slh t ,,'. We onrakt(u.e i lilt i f lthtu rtn t'iai ia)"tll o~f ,itt 4,itflu
us ftr.tn 's p < t$Ia bluwMi of .katti o lk dd l* i $ ntiihi r all t es t mu I tt s s al ti ts and 11 4.'ii

ech las* ut lrae epift tl'lu
it n t f 1rtl ,s'huir at thiti s*hl *a i o% elga- \ $I* W* 'A
.:51.n5 o ,th. iriFlag ,t I,. : *'t .' ,:trar l*:e u u'.iSy ;! '
t" 41. : .I 1a0 14 4 0, ,44 14 1 04ef . p bY
St, ftst fOit hu hItf te t at Pibit'0 OWN (A lt Io fvetyht4* 4P
'0- nta Ot re' e .o *4 0% e e : '* i
`Ax 13'o-w ue l N l;h
A~i^ ^ g Phy*1*0^'' 1^
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A FREEP4ttei
WWIt Every

$2.00 of Dry Go(,

At ,New .York,,Prices
We al ways' keep afkll 0anId

Genttemae's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing, Shoes and
Furnphbing t ods.


Grand Display of DRESS GOOD"

Our stok of DRESS GOODS is ready ior your inspection.
Axd weextend to you a cordial invitation to call on us and

argo stock you will find something to suit you, and we know
"O P Mices Are Right" LADIES' REDY-TO-WE R

.;<'*,;*Masses *: '-** 11

always Carry a Comrplete Line of the Following Goods:

' G,:LtOVE: :.*
exa;Ttit tit tl..

1) A ior't U


.NOtIOn, ETO .


FANCCY 001)8

- -~; ~ IL~jl~;l;r ~cumena ~ -

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AsnounttuaOnto UilDer this hea0AnotexO06a-
aingI Ixtor iW N,1, i llIht~ a't Daly
.rtinah 0381640egloly u in the Twicema-Week
l~l.oltn :tt t IN."AiVWANUIB. 'Announoenenits

For Courty Treasurer.
aplhrtfeieds of W. ob rtsn o'in -
W hi 'ir a ndid ato for .renodna-
for tAoligofl CoO'ti'ty Treainref
ait 'to the DmocraAft primary
Sperforfted the duties of the of-
Sttlo riatsfiory ianer, and by
pt eeoi rm. d to t

For Tax Asassor, .
1I respeattully aiinnoune myself as a
candidate 'fort lti otule of Tax Assossor
0ofAlachuaoounty,, subject to the Demn-
ooreatlt pirinary, Having bo\In appoint-
td 'to 11 out thho u (llpi red term of imy
Sprldi.eoessir,. jnow awsk, thit good tieoplie
of Alaohtua county for their support at
the polls, I will do all in my power to
make ai faithful and clllosent assessor
S lnd to mnke a mnore perfect SAt of tlax
books each suooeeding yeatr. Roepeeot


date fo
Storof A

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I lt(

PFr County Supirtntehdle'nt of Schools.
1 riapeetfitlly 'anoace myself a
andidateor the oe of Superin
tepddoti of P1blio Int0uc1tiou of Ala-
chuan eouniy, iphjeat o the Democratic
'rimatry. I, slalt ithe upport of all,
l)oloorataaaid promilst, If elected, to
use every honorable effort to advance
the public school interests of the coun-
t.' EOe M.,LYNOH.'
I hereby aunoutice i"'self a caidi-
date for the 6fllIe of 'u perinteident
of(P blo'In'truttlon of Alaoua c6un-
ty, subjoett totho aotlon of the Demio-
cratic. primary, and 'respeOtfu.lly solicit
the gupportof all PDemooratiL voters.
lKespeetfully, KELLUJM.
I am a candidate for the, ofiole of
Su print tendenit of Public' Istrueti6o
of Aluclihti county ,aubjet to the action
:of the Demoeritic primary, and solicit
the utipport of Democratic voters. If
dl.ected, I will favor retretiehment
and the payment of the solool debt,
SFor CouMtv Jud .rl

... ...... I hereby innouno.e myself a candi,
o T llector dateobefore the Demnocratio primary of
ForTax ollector Alaohua county for re.electiO ,aits
eby an.tnounce my Olf i caud I- Vou.nt)i Judge Hlavn discharged my
r reoiihtin as Tax Cohlleo. diutie, fairly, honiiestly and Impartially
lach1ua. county, subject to :t tlht: .Itt, I pledge my honor to con-
tatHo primary, If I am .ioml* tinue to do so 'i th'i future, It eleedh,u
,iid elected, I sihal faithfully, a4 shall be, very grateful for the sup-
ntlously aud- courteously dis. port of the Demooratl' votrs of the0
the dOte s ilioumbuet on the county. I .Q. MASON.:
I respetfull solicit your sip .
the coonilng siumpaign,; Reo. ilo
lly., W 1). DIIN I am a a candidate for' County Judge
S i' ant. beg to ay ttht io tht l past I served
For Sherif. yot ffithfiyoll,and askyou ,to truit pie
brace thia method of announoing aIgain, asitriug you thiat yot Aeithfi
at 'eA nmdidate, .for slieiff.O thtis 'n60 will not be betrayed. I aak for
i aid rvotscttlfily solicit vote yourvotelo, pledguilg t"at I-wll tbe
iunomhiatlolluin til county pri. tie and. fitful as a lthe tpat. Yours
Agllin thliskinig my notitu truly, ( .T. A. OARLI
rpasitt fetvolra, ReU p etrfully, .' .. ..... :.=.: .... ." '
S'T... WI.LAlD, For Olerk Circult ou4rt.
..I..o.a. 7 f A .To thie .e rat.e r Aot so i .. o nty.
', tte" eutlvt Commiltte
Imo9e thil method of x prsMl ha ieleted the l0tli dy O Of tay" for
MSNt ftppreoiatioii >for tho 'on i 4. li ourpjrhnry' election, I .herhby
you placed .i w i Il I t'1 a1 t8llO.ful81 myselt as a e tiiiddte. fpr
atoUaly fi Sthik dat. too l tl portion ,lft Olrtk to t h! at1rnttl
n:oey1 trust that your oinfil. ourn of Ala)Ihu,.0ount and liol,
h sot bees betrayed. I hlae ot otly the votte but b th. t upot of
mord, to the very best of iny tries to secure 'ny 1iotH1ation.
to do m.y du rsrdle of If 0ctedI ta ni1to perfOrni the
) the Otoi t W l ties of o yf the oflce faithfully id lly.
Swelt I havo *uecesedd I mittke (ds Iromisas okowiag t I
"W" to e tdl aoll'tI t.ov-
ol Ab et1. to h b e h0 Q aly , latsdr ::
t t0 is h oo t61 rualy t6 g heir bIoti' I ex
i4nil ate o the ti .. A it' 't1 lit OR : tl $.a
I hNW IA ^e . I v4renesS '-lY mbboo s it e, f

.. .. a _i i s,' -a _er
S , .- F RoIIA,.
Can sell your city property, (imn-
proved and uniaimprovcd), phosphatte,
trucking and fari ig. lands.. Send himh
a list of what you ffTer for sale. 2142m

Surveyor and Notary Public.

Conveyanielig a 'speelalty.

Ofleo at Residenioe, 80l East Main
Street N. P. 0. Box 814. 1-14.04
(Successor toSeglaer& AldermanIt
Over Dutton & Co's laant,. alnesvle
Speollatteifiou to Crown and Uridag work.
PlhoneTo-8 .

Oraduatq aBltlimor. College Dontalm irgrery
bive years' experlenoe In New York oity,
COrowo Bridge work and tRlinl Specialties.
OfrWs I IfDan IoOC, O AmwsviLL.. A
JOHN MENUW S,: Proprl'tor.
.. l4m W iV itst.Ja4iiokoiivell, pii
Faust beer,lottle and draught. Don't
fail to call on lO when in ..Jaokflvi1l


Alachua: Pool rlors

C. Otares, Proprletr.

toecatd In the

!rtloe, iTf. pub
wand s wly wlIso


Where you cant ohtlin promptly the I}st
rL'adoes of ".li'l u[llK f ,,w'r, id iutt, I erle.'Rswh ill-
In ro .l of ill, Wliei lieedtlb nythliln In the
Lumber line you will lind it to your interest to
o0Oe andt look over our stoierk. Alddres.
The.Galnesville Planing and Co0n C4.
Telephone No, 168.

Wholesale and Retail


Your full quarts old MonomiraI Whi 'VW & t-
keg i,.ex ire.s r iw $.or0.......... ,
oi ll. u rtBsI oima Mr Ili, Rye $4.20
eWlt v, e~ pre s prs l-r ;t.f -. '
I'our bot tles -i tue 'rebessec ( 9
sour Ma',h. e Spreau. repdi.,,,,
S* 8l..FSEBA, .

0 I V ay

Jaskeonville, Fla.

M.RS,.R O'l .010RTNflEt(



:' ...1., 10.bU $tr t, "



Best pluno for this trying cUnate, stave'
tune longer th.4p others, ool sqruoted
hcsinmaterla)e .& n iftrtrtlusti--
workmanship obtainable.
Up to 4ate In every .
detail an1i t-

Sold by us continuously tfo

without a single failure. fU n .
want a piano for a lifetime's
service buy the
Mathushei T. T
Prices as low as is consistent with quality
OCash' or on easy terms. Sent oh 15 days'
trial. We payr rrelght. Write
for prloes TODAY.

odden & Bates
Southern insicHouw
GAiTHER &BRYAN, State Agt,

World'siFair Rouit

,ti.OF AN) APRirl, -



C'-',tOLO ADO,


Veg as cal C)-
*1$tt s treali8*8.U9
s* m A4U
I fmelaa

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S tINT STATEHOO. owe nts Prc eton
99 and Arizona to Be One Y ,101 '*" ;1 Ver.. 1-r, H.' Asl '
Cohntaonw,'it,, n ',h .'ieo .. .. .
MY .. Il
I l.,.& 21 .-A special to The e^io,, aceoi ilg to. anAn erha itls
roi ms vagus, N. Ai., says hath rom" 3l'lheuro." WAme i,
4 `at ,'ofin D~elegate v. mnob hroke hi) his uteetinr ng $ida hx
I t'nfirmation tha, is said to have hidden"thr! e hour s.
,l: t ded oed I h n ith t I -he organ l9ft l threafter his u
fs a nr o Jint statehood fr ltigs will be blhL behind loco i doors
;1unc o *tii th e ac, Qge Fearful Odds Against Him -,
too tfe a O on le d trid dnh, au d d e s tit u te .
Shasjt.i ewd in lm u'ih, i i brief, waT the conl itio ofr an
oilkso ier by naml of I. J. Iav
o v e r n o r ( ) ,Ir T ie r rsidil e S e e r0.' l e ", 1 ( 1, J W n .
pf enedl to 6i lIl't whIleni the 1 4,1'. Tiithe' r i", ptr nor o di )iel.s gavet hoi i
'4 i w as ro G d rli .At liw' / t, I,, t tiii'i Fl.ettri,
All have op;,,t of lii ii it. r.o It put him on hi8 feet inl
SJolt state.ho(;il I) b iipon short order and now he testities: "IVA
tlie stl'eae the 1 aebanndl'o ilt l on the road to conIplete recovery."
for telpa.ath dalnKH ol Ii aes willst on earth for liver atid kidney L
r.separato si tal !heol ,.Tai ar wil ll t roubles and all f'orn of. stomach and
to : ee' pt. a lil l owl nu au l .iitte Bowel co lint,. 01 1y 5(,t. Gul ar- ""
New 1Mexico anid Arizona joiinly. anteed by al druggiit.s. N

:By beingg Adopted Mother Holds Pecu. Ulndr thit perovisii.i of an ordinance
.lar Position to Offsprings, il'iit id, "An (Ordi (il na e to provide for
sllcago, i arclih -.-- I I.Ic lig the it it (lio il t i t ro i l tor or
otsister Q h e r o liit l e i ia II h is .or. t e p r- M et
sislther Owl lor C\l ihhl'h *l is lhe situt, pos of O ent r iu elinlg slr- fte in the City .rtl
atlop f. r Mi,,Ai ..1 lnn'll i. Knlia,.ar. vlio (, rid ,'. pa s id by the l
.withll e r four ons, has lM,-n legally t| y (' 0,il e il of said City Febrtla 'y 8th,
ado ed by Willam 11 A \Volrich 1. Ii.1, andl a pprovod by me as
and his wife. Mayor o f 1aid ( itly (n Februlary 91th,
a is nniiuy,. aa n.ini t, 'sult. 1 al e et, io, is herubay called
Sou; r, d ib w l.heki'l( in thll u irnett Bloo-k, on
Wtllg vh o (lesir ,l 4 i: all Mrs. i ;a.lt, Mail i mreot, itl;i, in tllhe> City of st0 i
: idrlch to taiho ,\Ir1s. Kri[el r; who, Coiilinesvilc., nn tile tl li dI(ay o.f March, to i
'i B<.lived 'ithl lii) dh'o '.i h'hi was 7 A.' 1), f19), for the i)urpoo( of' sIubilit- Alley
i d l, lh h ;| aiil u .r.. rti to the citizen s o)f said cifty., quall. *
M sir 'iii' Wl i wihii [lid to Vote in aid l( etion l thoe lOic --
X1, r N o in a r W u (ionOf i li i g mideft,5 provisions of
e y'ears old, aild hor ifour *hildre,. said otil.iait., boils of saidt city tu air
; i .ilan,'. Pauil; Artihur ariii Johl), whi l ther ail unit of twenty thousand
n w:beconoe lii'i' I., 91r rPiil fl ithowidporsi nd ellk ofereby ald
Nbt only do Hit chihli'r'n ei inspectors and clerk olf sid
brihr ors thir illr, i sholi 1. F. .o1 rda k. A. tffords, W W.
i f i. '--y-ie e -.-..wei+i.... hl .- othmr. rsa-tsgA tlrs, a nd i. F. if inp- O i t
i' iaws to lithe S i.ra;lter. t iit s clerk,

Baggs' Commitment Trial.
Bainb)ridgE, Ga, .iI'i'I| 2 Thlii' rcomi
mitment.trial M. 11. It. ias, of ti
Hunter-Baggm ,luel Sat urday ..whici
roullted itn it diliati o' lhminter, will
be heard T'es'imy. l) tlsiiSr & 1 Dion
alone. I and II i l Flemin lg arc
attbOrneys fo lir e /il dot'l'i.t' whiilh, ..
state Is roep si ,.'f l i ) Soll/it< r- .\V '
h' l-a f A lr. ,n .> ).', il r d A l lifl "

\it eIss my lihand laii d 'ie seal of said
oily this 13ili day iof ile rlirnary, A. IL
Ti .1 r, T I:AlrA ,


IS ;i I r
,J.C .1i[ .l (ity G erk,


and other a
.q. Ride for Life.
'W'thl~hsrnlljy arounid "X pl!o iil-t Iti 11 U
to dieA.d a sonu ri iii ( ir I '" 1 7
smiles, to g2t Dr. Kitng' Now i0 "-'ry i
Or Or isuinptioi, Cou.,i';1. ttl 'li/i I I 4 J I *

W IL. Brown, of l,-r'-ib, milt., oi-
dtured death's alig ni' ifr'' i i l nili 'i
but this wonderful tiD'/h'inie 'gav.' in-
atluit relief aind s.'t.ii e i'd him. Ile'
writes '" rio tl ''lip siim dly it'ry
light." Like imarvhoul e's of (O ili-
sump'tion, ['lnumemi'iiii', I nI n..hitki ,
C..Oughs, COolds and (rip prove its,
matchless mnerit for' all h'lhrtolt itilid
SLunlg .troibles, I.iaran.I Id oliiilti
60t and $1.1t). 'Trial bottih, free ii all
d ruggists,'
-:,OOQ Landscape Laoorers Lay. DewS
T'::-, .heir Wor'king Implements.
St. Louis, Marr'i 2. -IOnt thousand
ai li'mloye by the Inu ouiiia In'lu'
cha.btle Exp.Iboittion conipany aiv la)oir,
. landscape, road biiltdint g, 'rurch lay,
'ig and othir work Lt i.l' worl di
flir, altruck today wilen Inforimed thait
after pnext Moindiy iIn soll nin"r scl id
SnL f'f wagea, 20 ur-ts an hour, .would
lb restored. . ." '
blunce Octohoertho mn li hav be Wen
p' tt. ag i .' P ,m ian h i o"r. Tley clain.
the utiderstan iltg w tas t ha it tbiq i']
.wU to le permanvlnt.. Ditrcltor tol
Wrk Taylor ayst It Is only grrei.
to pay the extra 5 rents an hour dur.
E the cold weather ani l short dayg
'Children's Coughs and Colds.
.- t WW" given
4 'SI 1 h ') l I ho.ei t )i .i -l b I 'r ,p 1 1f i y) y oe h i I .
4re for.co ii.gh nalj,1 ,ltl f 1or t 1 -119t
S and itd it lhe b)st .e 1di-
iUam1 1 0ui rke ait il ll :
t 4 t eA l any ieiase, ofthe

wThre, e rob

S ii3' s'rtsthel

n ai: i fsi whs "()tP

I All it11


hts crtilc(od mrre ,bad oases
of n1digmtiont La (,rippl)0,
oina(h disorders', Coughs
1, Co 118 w1t1 h

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. See your



write the IMqnu factureir..



a company,

;Ac by AtAllrtigOs

&tullllpnilte j P 01 li '( (\ ,

iI S r tf 'i in s
I...i. .lt ti i, i

l.et One oi r ii Ca. e utot' $ I ue 1rlr- .

a ( Ct 0' T'or, Qieb 1"
GAINESVILT 'E, F iLA. 1 T V i.' torf' ), ,' .i1 h i-l: l rt'i d sl t s otu a
"Itngi he rta or t th itli igN thsi h e,
root a )x ,io $ i 1 '.;h n wl l tl 111V ilr V

Arend's Saloon and Cafe v CJS MIAN & iL''''IL
infor tivatf i Rb e n ti o ir' l 11 1 X
Jacksou.i.le, Florida It fort5 hym er eitriii. fi'n'i. d. i,.. 'UN 14.'V 1 I L,.'g 1,hA )A,

cbatqishunch *from 12 to p.ui. --. ^, ^-"" "" "**
olonliy Itoliestea'i also lin-S ..
ported Wnrbeirgellieert m '1..
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Nea't -i, ar.np al l ad ArtistaU'i': '.,


1111.11 211., .,H li 1111 11| I. ..I11 'UIIII III ..III II11

uip tO IY i tiules.

P. H. WESTGAARD Prop. ,andIr.

(rft p I,,r0itin

F. A V 1ll &v K, cO n
Of All lle r|llohms.

oho A\gents for MONAlt(atl and SOVOIl.
EM (qJ'ALlV I' hoes. Every
pair warrantld.
J. Manasse, Agent

Are You Goilng

North or est?



Offera ior>ecelled passenger iervihe.
Modern Itrafin carrying Putilnian leep.,
ier, u p'-odatet (,o tahe : f tee,.e ni"l Pi
hair cars and. dining eioar between
.Southern and.. Nornter eltiem.'; The
finest dining car .tervtoe in the southh
All agents sll through tliketi via

J. f. . P. ; A ,
ar200'W. r vatloiy i .k.onville .

Pruitand Truck Oirower

Ow Tesr..aneanv,
i,;|^ ^i^ ..*,, ::';o;- ,;lie1

aks, F hChop Oate in aseon,
iderPool, Bilias, bowling

MA(, Ni IV Aa.,IPo ri..
urn aindgirhtefliwhohl 10gith
.t Shtkftilg anidTl*pe.Outting







t er1 forest ath.
lore4 by Wir Repo*ters.

Ilt Has t4ppened idWhet is oI~
04apperiTold le 8hort Paratrapho'
That "e Who Run% Iay Reed"

Olid newspapers r at hI II
S;arted-tLady'. life inuranorde agent.

$ Leti'-Furn'ished rooth for house,1
i41 floinou Wonderful Salve for sale
,y 3 W. M lm& Oo.,l & .
W' wanted at Once--A house girl, Ap
Sply o Odd Fellows' Sanitarium,' 2t
J. 0O..'Newberryi of ',igV Springi "was
a business visitor to, thls oity yester.

i l. ame Holder oRochelle visit
l (Gialevli llo yesterday on a shopping

I MrIs, Elmer Davis, o estimable lady
of Moantbrook, was shopping In the
city yesterday.
'o} N, Willis of ronson was
among those prominent visitors to thio s
olty yesterday.
1 I. M. Davidson of High Springs was
among those who paid Gaineaville a
v visit yesterday.
1 S. 1, Phifor, wife and .hild of' High
Springs wore among thi visitors to
this city yesterday.
SMrs. 0C. WVawls and daughter,
MiAss Iae, were in tliet eity shopping
from Montbrook yesterday. "
SE Ohitty of Micanopy, senior
Sembier of the firn.i of Ohitty & Son, is
on a visit to relatives ill this city.
C" ':i-. Sparkman,, a merchant of
;W1aldo wlho enjoys a good trade-, was
Iranldting businalts in this city. yester..
'Mr. and Mrs, ., R, Ochitty have tro-
t iiured to theit ho\he at .Mioa'iaopy,
after a brief but pleasanmt. Iisit to role.
1 ives hro .
D,.r,. F.MoKinstry*went yesterday to
ohttel'l, where a.h. was sumnfoned .on
Sbo firot of.the illit4s f a ohild of. Mr,
lMrs, M.' i. Moore.
^ "5 Wp. bLong,: a phosphate man of.
de, was a v isItor toh'is city yeste r.
having been muuioned here on
siri~ ties con necth d with.tho eourt,
.r. Jesse Willit of WOlistouk was
S iU g thRi6Visitorst;o this city yester.
..e- Hotie' t io lttetd the wedding'
pe r,( r WU. all& nd Miss .Ada I)e.

^ I' viaton'Traininmastr A,1,, ltass, of
I Allantle Coast. Li hhas' retiurndid
s al'atIs, where he w,,nt a day orb
Kigo to take his wife and eohiid.ronr
W 16 elat ,ves t,
hIsr oio4 l of d4ay spent in tfhi
his hIo5nm yCsterdty. Mr.
is ta popular tnsu in lhis c-
has t1 hM n frlrnds

'pJtierday. Mr. Piokett is a

tiyI4 O | |' -
H fflM B~ ~iaR f Q'sa as.t *R k h

11t mniian price. A. I walynsi,
Arode:don WI* dim
G. OA.0.artip, a progressive mer-
bant" of Willitford', was tranialti'tig
busliness-inr this, I'y yesterday y.'r,
Martin *is well nIiow throughout tile
Wilefqrd sectin, andt enjoys a fine
" Am6nog the visitors to, this city yes-.
terday was Lute Howell of Newberry",
;ho came on business. Mr. 'owell is
one Of thq most widely known young
men in the county, and has many
friendss. ----.............
.B']enjamin Duke', formerly of this
ity, .but now ii the employ of the At-
'lanctlc oast Linewi'th headquarters. at
Brunswick, Ga., is vis iting, hfr. family
in thiaw city,.' 'M r. Allke!a friends- in
his' eotfounar are lway glad to ee
Mrs. L. W. Jackson and son, law-
reioe, departed yesterday for Oeala,
where tIleywlll ti future reside. Mrs'.
Jaolkon has i ~i. y 'friendsahere who
will rerk to .lose ther, bu.t wish hle
u iapphingos and Suaess in her newf
Prof, W. M. Holloway departed yes.
terday for points on ti4he East oast,.
wuern he as lna.he w i nterdL of als
ampai4gn hfor tha po itleo of State on a
perintendent. Prof. Holloway feels
confident that he will Win out in the
primary May 10lO
S rs. AT. i.Reeder made herdepartureo
yesterday for her old lioh e a Caney
ville, Eiy., where she will spend the
suTmej She will be pricoimpanled as
far as7 l'ttan.oga by Mr. Reeder.
Friendnl ish her a pleasentd sfourn, as
will no doubt be the ease.
Oaptain Theo, Willard of Oaeola is
in the city. Captain Willard 1. a ean-
didate for sheriffr'and is setting all his
Influence to ;bear in working on the
voters thBroughot the county, many of
whom he had the privilege to meet
during the poat pait few days. e
Frandisi LaBddle and wife, celebrat-
od elecutionists, passed through the
city yesterday en route to Ocala and
other points, ohero they have engage
ients. They are friends of Dr.Olar-
ence 1. Stroiuse, who inet them at the
train and, extended them a cordial
hanidshaking. -,
A.polle g t.he promlilent West Enders
waiting this city la J. L. Janmson., one
ot Thoe Sun,' old friends and valued
subsorilers. Mr. Jamesoin is one of
the modern, up-to-date farmers, and
makes plenty for. his family and those
less fortudato about himn who are com-n
polled to buy the products of the farm.`
1T. WT Pitte departed yesterday for
Fort PIerce and other points on the
East Coast, where he has been snun-
imoed onil bustlnes. Mr. Pitts will
likely extend 11 trip tar into the
Everglsdes, as he is 'Interested in
lands in tht seetlonp. lie declaresa
that the last>Coast lseeti.n !s gging to
'become the leading agricultural an'd
trucking eootion of Florida;
.o8. .Robertoil, the genial .solloitpr
for tho ". F. X; Company, has 're
turned from points on the. otainovilie
and Golf 'railway., Mr. Robertson
atats that the growers 'are. shipping
large quilitge's of lettuce, aud that
they1 are pe~rfettly a.tlateled with the,
rturnas. 'TheL Gal eville and Gulf ti
delivering onat average of three oar
lnds ot. lettuce per'day, an84 t, e pro-
ut i: bei.g deliverd to (lte oni
stgiens'in line shape,.
Read This.
Spruce Pint, Ai., Dec. 1, 189--1t)re
E W, Hall, hear 8tin spehelt It
yar In your Oity ad itlle thryou
remedy .was reeionmided to m, At-
tar Stysit several other physidlam,
pur remedy. Itearedme tes tfull,
S. -V-
()One smanil jkele fthe 'xas Wot'

a Lla
liii r

iD '.l4 su

vs "'itn blossoms
o lgeI 'ready
o.W is th tune





a lue op.8A6 an )0o y '(, Ba I ..... l '16 a ,,5........ ........ ,
'00 yardss Assorted Iwlss atnqI ndHaiaMrg, 50 dOw r As' 0orted Towels, each On
OA' w rds orded White Lawns. 40 olo, per yd.......s ... .a,. 1 0 a
$ r haierie, Vare also ro wodds o, 0a0 s l,'lor0a to

s Cold Lwn, 25 20doMer d Napkins
20 loodiae ted to~OO^ 51Yd ac lvd tue S iThe at e le .207 c
1000 arses e d wie 5c to G 5 doz. Ladtes' Summer Vests, toeairk a
!, 10 9 20 do, Ladles' miner Vests. 1e each
e...... o SE tii g 25 .doze. La i .s Summer Vests 35
Speo Best 104 Shi eetna t yd. 1 6,20. 5o r ind... ............
0 ae th8e larCest assorment of Dr' Goods In East florida. T omee
: to Pield a000 nd an re bhIding for It with tio best izalue s obtainable .
A^ ^^^^^ vteSB. ^,b~tniIP~o d 5j),204jjL 5
Webve he ftms sotletofDy od oEatPoia ^n

isure witCshniMan & Hll. .Among Lhe prominent visitors to this
For Sale or oen t-Two-story 8-room 'ity yesterday was 'on. 3 0. Stoek-.
house, 402Northl Pleasant.st reet. Ap- ton .ofJabksonvrile, who is candidate
ply d, W, M jyers ciy:, orJ. 3. Mitsoin, for United States senator. Mr. Stock.
... .... ton feels sure that hewill w ii, aid de.
Monroe Taylor, formerly o :Albion lares that everybody who wan itto be
but idw 0f, Jacksoni.lle, is in the city. the Wi.i.gl side had be.t jumi .on
Mr.layl' rat.one time owned vahlabe -the Stockton wagon.
property at Albion, but' sold the, same
and invested in Jacksonville real es- J F Whetstone of Mike1vill -has
tate. returned to his hoine after a couple of
Among the visitors to this city yes Mr. pent inthis thownerty on business
terday was R.,M. Chamberlain of Ta- 'Srcs ie tptone. i h owner of ti e
coma, Mr. Chamberlain is railroad plant Whil, h as not
and express agent, postmaster, and, in operated tn plant ror the pga t few
fact the "whole push" of .his thriving ts, halig been engaged l oper-
town, ating a ginnery at Milkesvile, hestated(
Fred Vassy, formerly of Hight yesterday that Ire proposed to start his
,Fred Vassey, formerly of High plant in la few days, and would be fur.
Sprigs but now ofJtJacksonville, was nisli)gice tto the public. Mr. Whet.
in the city for a few hours yesterday, stone desires tp make Gainesville his
Mr; Vaessey i now keeping books for home, and says it future he proposes
George Teffrles, a wholesale fruit man to keep.is i.ie -plant rimiig steadily..
of Jacksonville, ... ... .... . . "
D. McKinnot- of Newberry was in Attention, U. D. 0.
the City yesterday. Mr. McKiano'n is Kirby Smith C3hauii'r, U. 1) 0., will
representing Lewis Pattersoin,a whole. hold their regutl:r buRinLs. rieerhinlg at
sale stockni anof Valdoita, and ex- thI residetieiof Mrs. ,I. .l Endil this
pects soon to havo a fine line of horses afteriooIt at 4:3 o'elock.
atNowberry for sale. Mas. II. H, McCC ray, Pres.
Miss Julia G. Mairs of Stubonville, Mits. 'l''tsNl B< '\\-KU, See.
Ohio, after several week$ Spent in ...
this city, departed yesterday for Jack- Attention, U. D. C.
sonvihle, where for the next few days h-r lar i ss fmeeting.of J.
slie will spend thle time pleasantly. J Fiiinly Chapter, J. 1). C., -will be
While here Miss Maire was the guest .ihel 'T'iurday, Ma'tch 8, at I o'clock
of the Odd Fellows' Home, iat the residence of Mrs, W. B. Taylor.
Attention is directed to the change' MAl. UK, UKoOM, Pres.
of advertisement of Bowen & Co., Mas J.L Ku-n, lec. See.
Jacksonville, while appears elsewhere
in thls paper, This firm is one of the .. .. .. .
most reliable irmes in the State of its
kind, and all. orders sent them are
gularanteed prompt attention.
lonm' Fred Oubberly of Oedar Key,
collector of austoma ftqr that por .-was
aminong those who favored Gainesville
with a viit yesterday. Cocl) Oubberly
fis also .ollotor of eisttomenfor the port
ofPart Inglla, and states thata great
deal of phosphate is being shipped out 6
of the ~Bt'tgenbach mwies, :as' well as Mi
thie u.nne of the .atnap Phoipha oXe uaVIN S
company .
A ter having played a successful en-. F R E
gagoemient of three days at thie chau-
tauqua in this. ity, the Parker COQocert nA" k1
Coat ,.hy departed yesterday for St r
Petersburg,. where they will remain for
the next week ast a part of the St. Interla"hen, ior.da
Petersb urg Ohautantu4a. This 'ono- 8t A'T
lany 14 one of the best of its kind on iBOWN HOUSE,
the rmad ani their work was appre- MA C HR 23rd eid 24th
oitated here.., i l I
,Mr' and Mrs. J.T. Henry were it the th;, ake City, March" 2th
City yesterday for a few hoturm. They. Lie Oak, March 2th
were en 'ronti to t'Jaksoaville and other -'OTE TIfE ,ATES. ,,.
points int their bridal tour. It will be Dr. orthell will make regular
remeiiiered ta Mr. Henry wa t y vi o Gaesvil I
pier at.i agahyetdrodayo i t- -:.-'
ist younita dOf lne 1qslities, Bndl
his numerolis tepsleah.i thi s 'seeoto
will oingrtulate Ihim upon seeing oSD PA
ftnea bre, '
lUon. l penN, P. Calbhett,, lStatssatr

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We have jt eceivd a
stookof fresh Pea had Iea
Seed M 1lo*.:

Extra Eartly Alaska Peas
McLean's Advanmc Peas
First and:st P
', Landreth's Extra Early P as


pkins' Iiprovet Voluitteer Beans

1,000 to One Befugee Beans -
Extra Early Befigee an 'Wax Beans
will arrive lina few days.
We have prices lower than the low.
est. Write for quotations.

Thomas Cardwar 1 and Sed Co.




SPersonal attention to
all matters in this line / .
Mail and, teleg, h or. i
ders promptly t'
ed tO. 1



E Mainst. S., tlrst ornersouth of P.O.

'Open Early aid Late. .
Service the BEST.

Famous Contianfital oysters
and drip coffee. Western steaks '
Special attention tosuppere, for* ;
ty or less plates. Special orders,
Regular meals, Try one of our,
meal tickets,'
SouthernaBell Phone No, 77

SCpopies and large
rii r I Portraits from lif
a : specialty.. ,

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to the Front!

S'df Batte.
I.A Russiana

ieb 3 ort ap
yo" theran
giretls ian bi
genst lasted I
oo rtirlng.

olser Asmtol4
antd tWo Me

Znt had d
6.'orders thai
, apl pointedl U
t Port Dalny, pro
1ttnandter Marshall
A ,gcood efeot I
Amierican Irrltatlo
ide Terrorizing" Nin
rg, ,Mareh 2.-Mutt
Idlvoatkc'. aay thai
4da are terrorzlIng
nguta, TheIar le
flalms himself Inve

shVed by mail Iro
say that local,
the army are contil
iaried, men ~full- w
ild taen hat pay.
k'et 6k daled Pc

"'*. .eptweenti li.awls i'attQon, a WIole-i
se 'stodtknian ot Valdblta, and ex-
peota's-oon to have a fin line of horses
pORK. at Newberry for sale.,,,,f'o : o ;'
ttulte, formerly of: thi
-The ty, bttnow in the e? y of the At
with lantiQoast Line, wth headquiarter# at
A ri iiawlk, Ga., ll violtIng lhi fa4mly
-' Inthis eity.. Mr, h1tkei's friends in
sths section are always glad to, see
to t 'h him ," : ... L '
1neLe Mr. L4. W. Jackson antia Son, Law-
rt 6 r1eoe, departed yesterday afor 0caI
So where they will in fut'ri rdlde,' .Mrs
P 0' aMkson' has many (rtiends here who
ao -will regret to lose her, but wish her
S uhch happiness and uicoess in he.r new
had Mia Julia ;-. Maire of 8tubenville,
i Ohio, utftter, several, weeks s.. pnt ipe
this pity departed:yesterday for :. alt
Rs. sonville, wherefori the neit few days
'pedq the' will spend the time pleasant)ly.
sunk While here Miss Mailts w tho' gpett
irbor. offlhe Odd Felowl' ,Holme
I to Mrs. A.L. eeder madeherdepa'r
yesterday fo her r4 home l in Caney-
Y ville, K K .*vre she will spei tihe
sum ler, She will be Acompaunedi as
tfar as Chattainoogaby kr. eeder,
lriendts wlh her a pleasentesojotyi, At
will no doubt be the ea-e. I
'cke AAtention is directed to the change
jore, of advertisement of .Bowen & o. ,
Untit- Jaksonvillle, which appears elsewhere
Sthe in this paper, This firm is one of the
idersn o ft reliable firms in the State of 'its
. kind, and all orders sent them are
t~lesB guarant^eed.promnpttttentieoln' :. :.
J Opait+ rThee. f "" O 0 i
4l didat6e br sh f j, and: is getting all hil
id jnIIunoe to bear ian i'workinig o t the
voters thl rosghout the county, many of
ied hom he had the privilege. to meet
,ge. duritigthe past past. few ays..
n al- Samuel P. Holmes & Co, broke'rn in
e .stotks,. grain.and cotton, Baldwin
block, JacksonvIlle,' F'la. Special at.
tention to local secoiritee. Refer nto
gut.* any baik in Jacksonville. Orders exe-.
i ad- Outed directly on floor of New York
t00 Stock Exchlange. 2.3.dtf
the Among the prominent visitors to this
ader, city yesterday was lion. J., N. C0. Stock.
ie ton of Jacksonville, who is a candidate
for UnIted States senator. Mr. to.ek-
. irt ton feels sure that he will win, and-de-.
i lt diares that:everybody whq wants to be
n. on the winning side had best jump on.
th6 Otockton wagon.
Letv. W aie 'selling crockery, glassware
b d apd silverware at, a p'iee which will
bv1ke a buy.' Noite dingpur1on1-
b"or' romn it; she prIces for the next few d.y wy i
sport be mde right. 'We have a large l.ie
hbard of. thes goods on.hand, and' in Ot | t
able ridd of a ri In oider to mNake room or
Iantother liAne, O'onald:& auOnd er + .w4'
blow .tmi, t romient Wei t
I l'WA !islt h''tie c1lity i"'. "h,.iameot, one
i of T he Bua 1s 'ld fle ndi' and valued
ig stib.er. Mr.-.Jamemon oeoo of
(r- th mdevnit ulp-o-dAl;te tArmpters, antid
t e piesty for lhis family' an.d 'thoe'
i IN'sf ortnae abot't imWho are ciom-
Was 01Wi ed to buy the prduet.of 'the farm.,
H: Fred (Ou^bbs'rly at of Car Key,
ooji~taor of netonsit for that port. wat
S og those Who Vre O nsi
Wlih a Nis t yesterday. Wo,. 'lubberjy
Oenl taolodqollector of s4tom for the point
St Pta Itngl; anrd a*W that gr9.
* ters, miI o s,'0,-l"I
of gotI atahs of t 0e Wi p:,."

*T WI PIts 4dpartidl yesterday for
P* Ifort kpr ad o thar potInts on.te
i4,ma % asst, w!:.l.L he has 't' -ed 11
est *lised sh iaslets, Mr. itss wilfl
rd# Ilkely atte*4 hisi trip ta# lassa the

Tabernaole Was COroidl to Wit
r t is rst Cer loni. Sunday..

*Frt Number : gram Was a tFi
Lecture on R 0. 'Gospel in th
Stars" by Blac pna-'ibI
Meeting and rt I at 'ht
Sutida miarke oidopen^ day o
the Gaefaiville Florida"- C tauqus
and the day was .ne which als
marked a now era in the 'future of thi
city from a situa point of literary en
.tertainment. The ,ha itauqua,' which
Will, be held annually hereafter, wil
be one of the finest ever gIVeR, in th
South, and anywheree else fur tha
mateor,.,and the people p ~0ose to sot
tain the venture by 'llt 1 patronage
The first number, "i' :prograt
dawas a leoture, the subject o
whith was "The Goospel i nh0 Stars,
by Dr. V. E. Blacketone This' gte
worker for od nleedsa. no further in
trodu6tioi to the people. of G(ainevill
ver since the opening of the 0Bibl
confereote he lhas beest here, work
earnetly and eloquently erery day i
teohilng the people more 1out Gou
and famiilar ing them wlth his work
'61hs letre was g'en i' the ato
loon, and the big tabersaole wa
crowded. It was l.wondertil. iCtore
shoing1g how (od had written thi
tof the Gopel In the heavenI
Dr. '$akstosie illustrates: his wor
withatremendouS chart, uhioh slit

'Th Bible Socilty". ,
i*nI the evening the one hodredtl
anniversary of the orgapatznto, of th
BrItish and Foreigl Bible Soolej, y wa
celebrated in a unlon Bible meeting
At this meeting, which Was presides
over by Rev. Thos. P. Hay of the ifrt
Presbyterian Chureh, there were in
teresting talks by RevW, J, Carpen
ter, PI. ( ieonm and Clarence B
Stroose, on the society atd its work
after which a.eollectlon wan taken anli
a neat auni realized for' the dlstrilbu
tioln of hiiles atnouK the Itheathen,
Ji)uring those evening the l'arler Conl.
ecrt COo mpany and the ex(!illlnt Tab-
ernapieo choir.rendered fine vooal antd
instrumental muso t of a scored, na.
lure. ,
Monday'o Progranm.
At 10.iAO o'clock Monday "morning
the cbfautauq6ua opened with a Biblo
lecture by Prof ,J. .it, ]rown, who
h'1s asoosbmp!ithed great, good'i here by
his mNautlerly .ort. ''r. i, rown is an
lunpreltoi and 'ltffotive worker :
.Theore .w a leetIre i at, :i 'cliook
Monday d ;afteron by Dr. liakieton~t
anid Monday evening tth p program was
conc':4dei wi.th .i 0CoIert+ b' thei
Parker Concertt Oompspny, alteriate4d
by choice yost ad iasru i- ntal *f;
lectoes satnereadiigs by 'Mi I elyis.
Qeorge Th*''KL P.rker Concert (om.
p00y i4s iomixmOp dof Prof, M). ,Pik
a*r, his wife, 4nd three other ladies,
spal lt s iiu as aha ever b o heard

ion'day afternoon iD. 'iWilber I
6av40tnn of Washifngtion, sere1ry ofI
the Amuriesa Univeisity, and the lead*
:ig ehausteqma mat.ger of th m|ilted
$sats, arrived s t In stime to "sba.K

remads ware wstl rettolaed in the. M 1
teraio, bti ia the eIta00g he aisie 4a
m (vweingthy asIh, e*$aisasng why fi*t
chatist*oa was broo*aghti to Gaton
.lelr. -,Clasesiu de Is sumain.4

p ,. !7L AW I UA
SwasWia.hly Enjoyd. '
Th e program ip the t aIh esville "I-
Id Otaotaiequt Wednesdsy wa fint
salnd a llteB umbers wOre we: l at- J wg ills 00

S In t.he morn trewasa ibleb. n C vted lu

f jiofinter.est,,,.01 the afterioml GREAT MANY LIIUOR
Elisabeth De Barrie Gill entortnIned
e the audlenoe by readlngR nld Imperso The Sentences of the ourt on
e atoni. She was astalted in the Wn- Qasau Ware Heavy as a RUle Abt
a tertalnmeintbyMi, FlorenoerW. Scott, and Peter Rutledge Must Spend .i
who rendered several line selections i Year for Staling-Other Matters.
the harp. Miss Soitt is flac musician,
f a matter of the harp, and ier work. 'o Wdnesdy was tie l4st day of the
' wsappreliated. M4. i0 wa ,lb Ormuit curt. for the spring terl,
Sflo h d i rendered hir work inlu Thr has been a great deal f buil-
s manner as to imhse the audiencee. ne trasted during thil term,
.- In the even the Otterbein Male o ny cm c hasvlng ben disposed of
h Quartette held the board, ssi tod by which have bee on tihe docket sev.
,l Prof. Arnold's special chort, Thoie ral years.
e enjyed this feature voI y The o0t was ontlled to order at S0
nt o ooly regret bo'in that there o'clock in the morning by His Honor
" was ". enoughh" They were amply Judge Wills. The greater part of the
' gteat, and were eneored ti(e after day was speot in the trial of several
' time, They will alip r toi.ht with oae in attohiient vs. WIllims Bros.,
SEillwood, th 'gret t sto lgian Dr. in *ach case a verdict having beta
" Strouse sad d lintrodultg tem th at rendered in favor ofthe plaitidffia id
h were he bet in the Uite State, Wlams.
, ,di.they nthi< i t "fd The aose of tho' Sate of F.oria: ..
et wed h. *t .Iore : (cdre M. Rogurs, selling tlpiq:r i .n a
6 ANb'r*HE pRP0ERTY SALE dry county, wasno) pressed by ihtion
' -of' thi tatys attorneye,
n .Lots on Wat tlberty Strot WVill be ase of the $tate vs. joham Mal.
S r.Soild on Tu day, March 8. ilhumi, mriurdr, transferred to absentee
Th' ^TheNa tioaLealy Improvemetdc k
S ompaftny atre So) well pleasedd with the 't3 l se of the State of iFlorlda v.
s lots sold Tuesday that they hatve d. d 'etor Jonesiteiing lu.quor tin a dry
' folded to "make iaother suih, a Lnd this county, Was brought to trial, Tih0e
o time have secured property on Ve~t defendant was irreined and pleaded
Liberty street beloKging to Major W,. Aiity, wheroipotth Jdge asisessd .
k ,. Tho rn,. a fine of *3t8) and oots of the court 0or
"' The second ale will occur next ninemonthsin prison, The sentence

i be present. Thy follwhii entoe. were i-
r Major 'f oms stated yesterday that po ed.
I tihe lotrare all perteat, atd that lie .. State VS. WoIlter Hall, filing liquor
, would guarantee those ttle to be albso. 1I a dry county, $tl id. costs of
r litly iree. This a iaorn.foik rt 'in titrt, but sentence suspended upon."
t hant wh lis known to 01e ol0en 0i utff.i ptamiel'.t of *0it and costs.
Silent, and there little doubt but that istae vi, ThIomiut Harrod, seli i
. therto will be. a rent d , property. l. o t th if i) ri io '
i He the l dvertluemT nt In jl li Issue, S"tat vs. 8. T, Moulto ,. solIg .ll. "-
| nnd If there iany further v intforma. (lur in dry. eotinty,) 100 or nidtne .
- tio desired 'Mr. Phhllips would he glad month It pmrlso"n.
to f.iilsh it. lnitay be fonindat the .wlatet vi ,ll d i. linjtrd and itn.

Marrliige of Two Popli.r Young Peo-' i.l, rie year in prisn.',.'' :
S pie In asinesivHie Wednesday. t ".ate t v. -. J. Joson ie.liling l .
'There was an inportrt wmed'din In qu i ..i dry .iunty, $. or nips.
*this oily Welidaiisy, hi contraotin month in.t pril ... ..
prtdesbln~Jls JmsperN. Witlli.s of : WItI t i ta P'' AS ttdrew Joho t aggra.: *.:
listen uu I ft tlmAda tand, rmierly t 'd at !i ~l r thirilo .. : ./.
of T'aoontib.w b mWrsidI ng. with her 'lui n.'
parents, Mtr. and Mrs. u 0, ,. Dl4,; $tata v ohn Joh s.ht Ii .'
h aor where r r n dry o 1 d o
asq perfprqted. four month. In prison,
Mr, Wit.ll'is ol nft* he mosr t popotar ate vs. T. V- ThoAW RPllin .004
ytTng men is ealy county. Ift ha qIs r na dry eeosnty,*lf00 a4 opts or
s trd ls nenty .' u l n t thr 1 1montls hi prison,'
St re-los. 'lhe bride ~ intodaisongtra,

.ad h .s many ,fri snds. 1 i. ..t.W ry : ..t..it s Id Or
To Mr. and Mrs.:* Will o t, hj$' an L oto.; sts or tin ^g ", iH
with other trienils, utsid4 slpeer. ptivp.n
grtuslati, an: tra s hi 'the brsim s ia of tbel
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Tjhe Ocenter of the country' manu-
fatorlies Ise rfaow in Ohio

The per tapits wealth of Ngland lIs
$210; that of Onadaa,#240.

'i: The mercitiles fleet of jitapa:nranlks
seventh in the world:'ssh, ping.

The, hurch 'of ntglanid enjoys pan
in ome of4about one million dollars a'
; he refitting' stand ededorating of.
the Iroquois lTiheater,l ChioAgo, will cost
$21,000. It will probably be6 called the:
Truth is immortal. Thie sword;
np plorc'B it; tire1 cannot consume itti
prisons cannot Incarcerate It; faminei
cannot starve It. .

The Penlsylvania. railroad omopainy
ha .pald out nearly $1.260,000 'lin pien-
toinl in the past fotir years. to 8,000
:;i-employes who have been retired .

S*' ''OppiortunIty- is'oly go1lod enough :to
: o';oaonally meet a: mian:- 'half. way,
:Donl't.mlakoa foal tof yourself by. wAlt.
g:I fdorl er to"di60mi afr iyoouin ai' at-

S!ture lfor ithe prmiotioto ofig r Ittel
"o a*4,0'00o0 spent by the States and
ii ,$'0,000'by the national $B rietarly .o
ys: ^w :--. -

i,... able, or00 etwenty4 ou th of,
l tlhe tati.riy tetni W1 f the world, whil

total m0ee, t-
A coeitry hog: oes to 'the large

j d and and m e r lfta'

gly hog hi tho treati on lo

Wlex yoku hear ame people your

) i, 0010sed s of-some #o( qua.l, ities
^j.l| .ti: diliii^l thi

ti traetiltn may ner ,hope to

Ia kent leb thfled and 1ni:
fig. tis- ft, .

muss aumwe uy wneir oiusin, -&ma'. 4'
will e wise and onsoeirvitive antd on--
v . 'Vwith .PDemooratoi priltopies
there can 'be no doubt. .. ::; .:.

Chinpadeolired hier neutrality in the
War"t ow gol!g on,;u Chinese decla-
rationsniust be !taken with iatt.'SoM
days ap it was reported 'hath lril.e
Tuan, the leader oft.he. Boxers, was
orgagizing a army of Chihese soldiers
for 'the purpose of invading Mahohurfa.
in the interestt of Japan.' 'Now the
word cones that s ii' reports of Jap.
anese vlotorlis have 'spread abroad
the COhllnese, apanese and Orientals
generally are getting very upishl atali
the treaty ports and are showing
inarked insolence toward -all foreign-t
rs., This attitude of antagonism in-
oreased when it was learned* d that the
Dowager F4nprose had dismiSsed oihe
of her adviseri1 who had i.ounisaled
noderation, and appointed -i hin
iteiad ap 11'oouied anti-foreign nian.
darin. TlisIall.titke(n to nmeiji that
h sto td to take

0 o'f .liaont w.e ln.ly expeotR ome.
thing draatif--not particularly be
lauei it ia Japan, but more b 1.anse a
way will, be optinetd for China to re-
venge herself upon the power's who
fell upon l.r during the late :xer
Optlsig, Te.. Dowsgr Empres has
a lung memory and her resenimlenti -
are violent, It no wonder thh, that
we 'ae :tidthat,: uiropia reidenti s
are regaradi g the 8tiation w tti a .i
A dispatch ,fromC%061 Chefogoestfar, asi
to say thatIti ip iiredited that within
the next three nIoths hhinga wil l sp-
pen In Ohint whieh will trisnsfer th~e
sympathies of the elvili'ed world.to
the side of Russia. It may betso ani4
It may nlot fDtiing the early tlai.yst
a war there is always a i large amount
of spse lAtl)n as to possible inc .
ions. lMao't certainly tie peanto i
trugglgivt room.for amiety "for thlo
future in the Fitr asti and ,otllliesI
a thoughtful nconsditerati f o cinse-

-New; V.OPnL Oa # fmLAn ai 4kt, 4. 4

0 tlbat i allelse Ie the

4t ta o.ante4e this new
o l i1ih ~rseventeen- million

~ ohildrenf the' plain peopilen
Sf la-abiting, self-r.speoting
people~looking p u q np auperurs pnd
sset rof their oiwnit iIve; children
well te tpll housedwell noo ished,
looking! forward with clear', bright
eyesn through th open gateways of.
boundless opportunity in this free ri o
public, were the highest rewArds a're'
to be won by. iditl a enterprise and
iher, iot weaI.th nrc birth n.or soolal
posit i,4'o i lthe prsion.al qualities oft
the man himself,i hethe:rhe be rich
or poor, a'e the sole title tot he hr. gh
est ditatoion and the greatest po'wer.a

nThe skin l.of; Two Toes," the : lr. get'
lgrlislyis'r ever1 tilled I the Rocky
ozini4n, Will be exhibited by Colo"
riio at the World's Fair. Itn ieasures
fir0tW I'feet tfroi' tp to tip, and1

-tbw thwe .Inchep atcoeas the head
m borsteametlved his nmefroi d ays
fgct.iha fifteen years ago, when but a
ltb,bre was caught in .trap, eseapei
ftoi wblih'ih t 'ost himalnl ba t two t. s
o. the righr' 'foot. After 1iicape^ e
oteated sth deva;station among: the

I: Oklahoma there tis oe farm so
1ig that itlii necesary to plant several
varieties of wheAt-one oft which
apren blseral d do later t..li
otihers,-'.n' Trd hatall of'tlhemi maioJ
be harv eLsd atI helr pri me. On this
fri t heuihebt fieldsgare 1,000 aores
eaohr the oiattl pastur area ,000 vito
1,00 acres each and past re 6,000 head
annually, the corn rowsare one and' a
ha:lf tiilers lng, requiring 500 iuei-
and i00 men to handle the crop, and-
it takes 40 oselfbind.era three weeks to
out the wheat crop and a dozen or.
more .steam threshers .40 days to
thresh iit.

A sample of at elastic pavement will
ihe exhttiiled at the World's Fair, It
has for t fundamental prinolple the
idea that jif.n inipetus can be given
by asprig ito ach and every stepat af
thepedeintriani, walkfing will be grade.
ap~riciabl. easier and doubly e oiil"

Season ie. Thoe hBai teUta rvid: tihli
ontiii t'limou! ,iracc, sfpl orted y
greas tiie n 4 er? klf ringi. i- itrin the
spri iDoll a Ig an els tisce tu bitee .aaid
sfurrouindintheii is a fllRing of grArn.a

slating charact ie1t .is nt a idae a s '.'
onthie ine. reo har obin M ed the

" htn myouplaght r W trk :do'tmake
a tss, Whe hew n ietAekies o0l after ishe
1s ht n afin e io.gg Th e noise af, 'szl
4> l motive is not .forOe. Al) ifos

nthinhin but tt inot as
1ishind legWs.e'War in ruinld.O 4I

bnise whenfinimot ion.. the 1^ ^ f a
:|ifcu isl de A toijtieifait that there to

A peke of ,a tenburg lace vald
twork, witdb exhib ihnt the xJsn
section as the WVeorlai^t r, The 1$
is Oar. fee aeiuat^e Mtn c late a

easy for the stomach. Scott s
Emulsion i's a quick, reliable
hel aItall .ages.,
We'll sepd you a mpl fi0i4 'on requestt,
swcOTT & Bow4, 409 Pevrl Streetj, Nw vork.

,l*ea " encouraged
hate recei
county, or
:.ol 8ami.iaalin,
oft Shanitf a

STwo huinded :r cres of the World's prone
Fair grounds have been reserved fot deta
picnic partlesa'. Thi reservan
heavily wooded ani the ground is a sn
covered with blue gi'ais. This will be pect
reinforced by a .growth of rye grass
which has been sown, The rye grass 2b t)
thrives under a 'deneashade, and the Ih i
pienikers mnay be assured' of a gre to8he0
carpet on which to spread their din, w b
ners, flee
The Miinnesota :.egislaturi has en.- pae
acted alaw relating g.to. timberoi ngr '
i t-at Statie, wihchi proIli for a
bounty of, $. ani acre ep o year for
a period of six years, fqor ee's groear
0plin ted- and kept in good' condition "h
with. ny kind of forest tree eept, i't

iAnd now co:es a :iIah who say: s t
there is s muc.h feeding ,value in the
corn cob as 6 here las 'in the grain that i
grew .... ni a fellow musitbe i a
the employ of somoe breakfast food ,
coMnipany, 8 d hi .dutlehare to teOll
people what'. war whe ithout telling th0i1
them why. Rese

IaBt year, if an average were made, I
every manI woman and child in their
United States received 61 letters, of t
thirty.one newspapers ir periodi. th i
eils, Bi4 fouB*e pacjae&; and gal

ter, ../. 1 ...-.
A foreigner cannot own land in Ja-
pan, although an umber Iof, foreigners dat
'may organize themlalves lmto a codm- A,
pany, to be known and registered as a Coi
"juridloal person,i" and this compatiy dt
has all the property rights of a native I t
citizen,. and
AW, G. Williams, of Holland,Mo., has cow
a hog, which he says is eleven months
old, weighs 100 pounds, wag bornr with i
two legs and I? able, nevertheless, "to and
travel at ta good gait. He intends ex" you
hibiting itat athe World's Fair. g i
de nO
Wartlips from tmainy o: othe powers to
will be anchored- at St otis during l 't
the Worl'.- sFair. The. nia-orty ,of::,.
them, will :remai:l, all winter an4 to
pirn to ;the ocian In the spring -po o 0

.^itIsgreat thlng'toPknow that"nen h
ho always aptaloe 'won 1 doiQt,0 0 now
them -Well; b.tit ils, greater ope to OW u
know that main who always speak Iil ot ut
women oa not know them aet n fl. '

The Vermont building at the Wrl4A i
FairI a repodaotof, the o1 ; ld (i-
xsitutiOn NOu* at Windtor, V. The
eituature was uilt. in Vermosnt and
Ohlpped to 8 1t. 6o:s 4 In aeetion.' g

Th* ew warships tht art under

anat ronsiae
e my dutlet' ,
(ise to special
or in :the fV u
iy duy the be.
if elected :r
Date for th

he Democrats
nnounce yaS
Democratic pi
itldischarge ,l
to thi beti: O
the support
S oiutt

ublio lostroo ion of

1 o thpD~a, ag

euhou'nty:, i
e ;Deinoratio.rpe
'o pport of DatofS4

For Co rity,&t

before the Demnode
huas county for ,T

beg, toay do O In the fui
shfally erygratendt
of the Demiocratil
Ity, Il.
ndffaud Feltoo OCt
beg to say that ha th
faithfully, and aBs c
c will not "be tier
'votes, piedglgth
a :d ffalthful:ain

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0 B

UI B 8thradyse toh
p Inmet., S'ome
d4d not e~e. to.

e cared ( tht ei
a the chautauquar

lfand uepakedy their

Se m.edes what ahee

41CPgo Ro lbb ,a.GetOq*$100
,Mnrch 8.-A-T ree 'robbers
a restaurant to his offe
imt anti after' a terrftx
Other t patcepl &ea
i at j fractured hull. The.:
Ith urk, rli who I
}), .wa ahlopst Tuffocated
o(0 fain t re overttured
be recovered sh le
lk Ji44ands. iHlicon
o il l
.4 not a 'getle word-butf
Ik hilow liable ,you are not
e th, only remedy univet,
n a ) e 0edy that ias had
ti 'ny medndioine in the
r the cure and treat-
f on andA throat. and
t -.1t great
neour attention to
H A 9 Syrup. There are
ry cough remodies
and others that are
for light colds per-
Ili M 0oil khlis, bronchaitis,
) iallyforconbrig ption,
"diffloilt expectoration
uring th6 nights and
6ia nothIng like Ger-
So2ent alIe has just
o year. Regular
nson Bros'.

primary ieation oerte
e a doh q :: I as We. b
61 0 l4 ^. bADAto b he h
oder the sai 'rule the only di'er-
eOpe b11ng that Alachua county will
d:ilde the tickets, the national and
the conty eaditates rpo the other
Thli will of course ec estate two
polling ea r d two sets of inepec-
tore pla' chO^irti p lt : .'" p:re
It was alsod'deold4e in the case ofa
candi(lates or o .ny omm.s.iionrs
and membersotfa,0hoo ,il board to 0o ar-
range the ballot that an eletoor could
vote oily for the Otmmmsikoner and
member ao school board reaidiug in
such elector's llstrict.

the'taivpaiguomit'jaiim.t,' . .
Ve ry respeotfUy '

Notes of Thos5 Who Qo ts' aid Go.
Other Matteis of Interest,
Hawthornn^ M!arch 2 Rgiuar ser.
vices we re odouted at tihe' aptist
calurch on B'oifl dy by Rev. Poster,
Two ellentt aermonsere deKivered
to large and appreadlativecoongregR.

Prof. J..,ellumi, visited rieida ,In
thi seetio t he last of tihe week i the
latoreit oa hilscampaign for county
oe orgeatdarker visited his family
ftiet asleo ilhaute t will leave o
island, where aswuIecottIdut asil
for the .omttg live months,
UMis Ethel Sharmtn is attending the
chautauqua in Gaineaville,
Mr. and Mrs, W. Oraber are visiting
Mr. and Mrs,. Toni Walits, parents of
the latte ,

ter, Mrs. W. 8. Moore. ,
Mrs., Will lohgan of Waldo visited
friend and relatives here Sunday.
Mias Ella Sharman ia1, atf homte after
a sucessrul term of work in, the Lakt*
view. school'.
Miss Mattle (rmonod uroturned to her
iotpe Saturday after an absence of
five months in Olay comuty, where sahe
conducte(I a sChoo1,



'mu', aming a: me ,,-.
/Ms or maro, Y 7 i f't t '/ -'t
t quickly rdie igths l mi , ,ai tio '
ifs ai'er ef tts has b&on timIIt,1.1I of'th

Kal NYeeOl hed o, i 1r A o ,A lj hi d i' l t d ct rd et iny o t ft l r9
i ttim tf ofatarrhot the &ld,,thih.O Ar i ih t t, ur 1:rt .f hitM f f1ti n years tr1idtng lyu iss
t. throat, oatArri offl. th 1. ott I t mrg n and wo hotlines )f:t ru na January
erl of the stot acli, ehTntair hofI I I v. 'I t o Attin o return itkdt. 't...
t'te 'e, etirrh ofthe p'l'l 'ti, -'."I ), p.it It I. '*e N ,' ." t,'r, I W s re ofd bati..i.t.. I e^
,cc to, be oountod byhuindv r. ,ihot ; ., "t i.tppa vr winlt f or t ~4'l( ? w
.004411.3>l.k1ep dti I4. i. ,thii h ,. e ''.<,, ,.-,;i .. through h, t.th"1 0 1
*coesy e by . l t ' I V Ai ;r i'o n ih i.r jit w II tU0, lldllltid l I w6l o awt t t're *si

heor in the history o f i l utf" iino )at.'iTM'it; i.iitM ftII i t l 'Nej 4 t .e Ijresm iI'. EAperie "*e

'litvertai eulogltruies as 'e ronr ,,1 )t > i nnil I t I *t ts
A New York. Alderauati'a rlp ne- t., 'II ti '' httit I t l''.'ti i. t M '.. I ua It h
.o on. Josoplt A. Yl tnn,' a t' l '' hoell o i h o.t l tt'd
r,itwYorkCty, ft,
|v t tiz rty i 0n)t I m hj s .lm' -t i,

** 1.. .n hisr < .L ,.fll and ..,. no* ..: lh. t|*t* ) |..1"-'
P r i, | ,; .trI L , ; h . \ 't tO :" i .. .:

I lu, o 0 p .o n A .t l .I ( t r. ) I

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a choice residencelotatthei ow pice. We hve d ppty a
be ourlast sale in Gainsville we wIlQw put on sule tho best pine0 ot propjety frt, a
tor speculative point of1 view, that there t.41 iu ainSVills, This propmrty lies on W 4i64-t

Ssmalltennt houses, old At A E T .
a ws .,ose in N 1,. .

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rIke ,p a toll and

nmn's8, oiys' and
SClothine, Shoes and
irniahlIt Goodas


Our stock .f DRESS GOODS i. ready for your inspection.
And we extend to you a cordial invitation to call on us' and
iSpect O ur stock before uying. We feel sure that in oLra
large stock you willfind somethi t t you, and we kow
::Our Prics Are I eight LADIES DYTO-W

We Always Carry a complete ln

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l A, *.B. auilroad1.
;voer In O6tting Off tTrain Palli
I Wheel d Logl l rushed i
O sr a.ttfed Out Troops to Pro.
tinlthamn,: Ala,, Mawr6h 1.,-Ac.
.4(1 to rop)ots reived here bI y
'lbah ita (lroat .$otlMern railway,
) hlootitin of two plu. a c lrkl on
itibuo'n trainNt No , orly thi's
ing,, 2 miles north. of Morildlan,
Swa part ot a ihold jilot to rob
,, ai . .
The looting wa dollo by Jim Par.ls,
ti(gr. who boartded the train In th
04 IAt yattrds .a it was., pIlling out.
POil -It wakfairly uld orw ()d Ikmd,
yaratliq nteord cithi postal a'
| I r ^ ft c t'ual Olerlita 1,
toktto anl. A.. :3,. ihaB, I.illi.g
4ld IettlnWny d t
el.' at, ipe nt ain theu aot
4ohate o of rogfsturdl tail and
UI md,
( VI$ uu( l .ltranio le fell and had
cr: a Wil e r oi e wheels, but
40d W ra btni.Ilf mile .,
11 and were d y'y at 'Mer(
tI~I t ha4tn~ backed to that
"0. they trkae Ptaris, who'
.litd h km titumbeir of register,
o, Ji his' he) i i t. ,
J la fellaolw ill t Mo1ldl an thew
4isod OtfOlaIKisy LitAthrtee or four
r3 li .o ..lved l tte plot .to.
^it Wn, tluotgt otlybit themt
n hoav entoritl'n so. oat

tr e a honu, wa in t, .
ai nio In th i sete 1

Mtia*. march i-A d a
#s t 'o ,.ul ,h h1 e this
ul'uwxvlu the city
torritil utit e tiant, and4
Mg i"h*sre tr t.liirt n
UtitdL moaine a negre
J the',a rallwo$ poa taI
4 Aflkal 44th 3htA.J

iAt, A8on R a S o
After pending l 16val Weesin Va
rIoues Sectlon.s, Now Here,.',
After having spent overal weeks In
throughoat the of reodteing r*;turns, Tax Asseior
Colony has rttUrne6 to his hf me in
this pity, and4nay now be found at hls
p(lhe in the court house ,
M".i Oflsou stated thoab hiniib rounds,
thq people extened hIn very cour!
tey. stated that the farnera as a
rule were happy and 'eontntIi, i0' v-
ing harvested good eroth hey ara
greatly encouraged over last year'
work, aid are. preparing to put in a
mo re ,otendeod toreage thie ooilng
ytar. This oondition, of affair is not
Confined to any patieiarsetion bu
tuo out'ity at large. The. smokehouso
aui cribs aRe fill of good thiltgs to eat,
anld tto aritter will be inidep-ndenti
for the next year, regardless of the
condition bf the outside. world.
Mr. Uolouit status that he would be
pleased t0o av the people who own
property in thisasection call and make
their return. "'Tke oily way for the
popple to have good roads a ni d good
seuiool, wbhioh' ,tr demantded' by the
people, is to let every 'man omine up
and Staund his proportion of the but r
don," oDonoluded Mr. Oulopn;
PeopJo of High Spring ihnvite- Otnd
dates for $uperintendent to Speak,
B1y 'request -ofr the lo'ol board of
trst oes of H ig Sprlings igh 0Shoo,
you .roe requested to set your own
date fo a jolnt.debate na the audio
rliunof the High Springs Htigh hb'ol
bqld.ltkg. .Oundidats, ror .t' her offltir
nfity b epreiVth,but Wll nowtbe ao'r4 .
4od th ptivileg of pI1snwg .said.
butld tg I, tle fo01 on0fit 1f o ndir
dates fotr the ollloe o. 'Publc 'latr o,
tton" only', and tihat for a p'.Plal 4o
0e6]tl digousaion of IIues pungently
'pointing to t duties of that ocee aind
th;t cause tf edocateti, ror the b(ne;
lit tft Uue voters in 'thj ect^ iaon dias
Candidates for thd abhateoioe, agete
upon your dae nd drop the HJrpt a
card in 0e0r 1tue wit^ LhA suamtite, att
it. may .be dly published free t
charge, and that a yll na' have at
suer( heireing9 f thus is-ieeseitto
anid dieii*et,- W-
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8 Alt orm a, a, a0 1ti Ja k


and Building Material,
Sash(, W1ghts, Cord, Hardwar

G AS -- -
E. .I ACEBRPT Protrietor

Order Your
Whiskies Fron

Si PAtUATKAL tl1A. "

i Od A !i ild Crow ,' ye. / '. .,, i i).
u-htl d ueane airritr. a 3..76
4AN o4wl rt PrteslwoT o1rtt 1.0,.
4 t ruIa PsdW r :,a of .Cora No U.. a' 0
Al goods p iked ,la ies box, case
style, I want your, holiday business
and will treat yo:u right, Bed me yoyr
olier from ,rolnfta i.,i.it.
- ,---- ,via
dalRath, Fla.

wi crye 1, XXX . 4
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t1p-l OD
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Established in i80s. I r

Oldest WIiisky

House, in Georigat
m i|I m
ffi Z I N^^ .il

Guaranteed A years old. By the
gallon r8.00, 4 full quarts W50'
Guaranteed 68 years old. By the
gallon $2,75; 4 full quarts 300,
Guaranteed 4 yeaitold, t 1the
gallohi $2.60. 4 full quart.s 2.75
: :.: *'EXPRESS rPrPAn
By. the gallon 2, 4 fil uart
$2.60.). EXPRESS P ),
Guaranteed 8 years old. y1 t :he
gallon $800. 4 full t art
Guarutteed 4 yearids f ily the
gallon i $2.00 4 taul.iurts2,7#.
. bsdie all tiwI slng bI a.s(o
sR hdid Bou.rbtionWhISleit he mt-4
key a .d w ll ave hyou r ilip r t '
o: 04ueuctton ar chsgs.. a4
lire st.. uo ,aieatio gu MAIM

~Vbtero! you tiuii 01)451 'iii *piiy~oi '&t5i
G(rafe'st Hutlf .ia Lu ber Condjpo o
in rei' of cnall, Mh `n i el tar 1
l^unber linevouwn fttl i 0m our i:i
coleund look on or on ( styot ,Ad
The- Gainesvlle g a4
elephi No.j 186,
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T ,e IN

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RY .vX 4,quines s., proUn. has tantorit
tho ous'try into a fai$ lando, and the
STl$or an L. yte l tre o'ot a beautiwul an appro-
ItArto Very F.ile, prIbackgtmou, t-
ly ke~y l Upby Thoss Iward Jose Iand sfallly h ar
10forQo04HoH sMoved into their m.w bttage, which
p he bblts near h ile store t Patlmer. Mr.;
6 $lthe I1ited SIWtaNts ld Jones has been suiterug with the
lw onth of February was grip bo't is now better and out at-
Shteilh has been sec lo" te ndig to buio ess
bth oflos for tary y ears,, g'rge .aylor and fa(tily will ituno
re h ve a right to feel proud ot t house b'lotging to the
t ....h il..irs;1 tlmeGafresviole Peakh Orcharod Comepany.
seellb the foow y ithforeiman of thia or-
Swaiorded during 'Jeb o ra anda under his careful super,-
Sthan 25,OOaores, agWgregat viio it l progrepainig nicely,
teentries. Miss Jsue'le as of St. Paul, MiMn.',
i por of Chief is xpeted ry oo, She will b the
h t for ionth guest ot her fathe, Oliver Goom.
|oestead entries, 2S283.28 Mrs. Oasssasy, who has bteanwinter-
t tfia lhgoastead tentr ,ng at t. Peteatburg, will shortly ar-
; 17P cominsuted hnmie rive hereo
it 8.54 acres; 64, exess Mrs Thoma.lis has retrirnedr to her
S90;.;2 saQres; 1. timber home, after itaking a visit of several
Otry, 40. .. onlthe with' her aged father in New
qvInlands in Taylor and York etat6. __t_. _
ie counde are stil in d. ; ---;**- *,
lmarkied Mr, "Lych, "id SUNAY. IN TH.EAR A$.. T.
iip g a great many letters
ri egothenf Ther lands are Do.bs of the Jiafn.-Russia War on
S rlt lrthe Btte, atdti the sbb th.
4tot tbt ahfte rhhile th't Rtssrit Wtel t .Ian..e troops thav
eh orntrd will be sottledr roid.d Pia, Yang, less than ot1
toI1q orlassrof people. hilero : elief grows that'
t l heavy lelant fgl.ting will occur ~. .ut
lhj 6 ^e, pp1t year the land% tPig Yang tIr.I an h w ,ays.

S.|dier, l rueh..;'i Fho la:'nd. 'S teanert re iuatng flordate Satv
f itll, and eing nte w, will ir4y reported tnat Vliadilvtolcm ha
daridly for several years. ben botkaded. by a. paeye aq thsa
-ha e "r:n s c14 aliac Thurd y. The report hat
Ni BQNIE MNELROSE. not been confltmed.
'The Runssla n rtlh *of ware 'were offri
arty Dieatho~ ,a litti h: d airly piublished in 8t. Petabu.rg Sat
onat mentionn of Inter urday night IndorseI with the czar's
se, M-,rch 1.-The "It must be so."
ij on Sledbe y in noiweer s report that the Roesiab

. Ii oe, .io
ileaby girl of Mr. aud Mrs. ANXIOUS ABOUT PEACH CROP.
n ltBka, ,diei f d avery a.le uyne ly1 .e I u l, Bl; iI,, b h ,r:
y. The body w1s brought toTr ort
8Nd buried here oSE Mond County Orchards.
7Alb0 y, ta& M-"I 1.-Th an.
.ImWy sorrowing 'Rii nal drea' of e 1 e o r eo tff 1
the uneral, f ruit crop in this section is. hegb lnuin
eotle, H.Oflliand 1 assert lts Mans pu $ths
have- returned front a very are in ifull sll a nd tlose not al
tul camp hunt to SprinRgLak., ready bksxinuin e putting foith budI
uity. l For a week ,pat ths tsmipiratMre

s on Wednesday. Tlie final case during thu latter part of 6 'hruc
was preached by Rev. O'l 'aidO. this weather continue for a fw layi
xt.publIc lecture gives by the longer the inevitable freeze to n< nwt
Literary Society will b oti diiri the early part of March will
eight atl h-It i al l a great (,eal of ijury .to hti-
Peer and plm4 as well, a1 p1a11
Svery ple a t e n e treea d ~ l y low-o l.

' Atbioelk. NomlOatlions e'rt By 0'Brsaident to tht
| 1s,' W. T. Cald well and '
natiY:Ao are visiting Wsuslln th4 1sire l0to
other at Ruti e tt. age.i do: t .i tiioi day swnt (..o.timla.iVtoi .(f
Sfnot theaI appe. rante the lon mnw(;otss lr
a4 Ii*h trees theti will lie e Cmirman letnonln nasl il
b g1 tlo ff t o t h e t e lighl `t0 a. n.d r .i nA V
rthefn visitors. em ibers of th. t1wlthrian soin
A W Craig gave f v 'ry de- otn a r lndrl 11
tou efre~babs'f 1 InItiti pWi1am *pthirr, ow Yr

Ibuti t o Me.rese, t1atl snany, colfo,*s: lanl &
r k ewho flrrt felcker, Migas'.
SQupane ire few ardedwith a
rlt sndteif. The e wria. ORGOTTR1N HI I NtrtrYiY.
!n,'Ilk s, 'aMiJ
an Geo. Har t, eiroy t ie*as lwesn 9 .1._
S diedat r so ,r 1) oil ote Whr r Hang ontng I
1j l a tri'h I T.- heilroad e daIL i hott m e ile o '4 the 'erstrs
a the B04C 0 A 0e a rd fosr- areiw Iwupi*Ral4 sd II. b4

-g&m tr a000 Ara. It.' e n ttiofli t 6 Vi htMith
h' ha^ll$, .1^ Ms~


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lerpfel iU~

': writes' '. "s:: '
s>ost i.


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oCurd of TrdMble0ough on Lung
N. Jackston, of ill, Ill., writest
"My dalglitr hbd A severe* attack of
La Grippe ad a terrible "oughb on hiot
h ngs, We triedtI greAt many romedles
Without relief, She tried FOLEY'
HONBEY AND TAR which cured her.
She has never bean troubled wtha coughs
s ine ?. ':.' .' ; *

Oured Whin Viry Low WIs,
,* u,/P noumnin :,,,
J, .. San, of Low.dr, .ri t i( ,:' $
"My little y was very low. w lith a
monla. Unknown to the doctor We'ave
bhitn POBY'8 HON0Y AND TAl,.
The result was magical and pussled thl
doctor, as It Immediately stopped tho
racking cough and he quicklyreoovered."


-J.- W- -LC0LLWU]

Putoumonf( fottowe4 a( 0ppp
bu* f 9 we f1llow0 0 uW e of
F"t1LEY'S 1 te

t..topl th, co~bh snd h-a, th .Iuag3
Prevrnt Pusaeaoula nod OCtimptloL.
Ma.,0. Vi c o3u4f to offe4d mt, Chie.
with .y bad swae n trer leais fhI
toLIM'4sM ot AnTAAe1 t at*e s *
i.d by. 4. WI'45o - --N-.... ... - ..



a progrebjVIe Istizen o te board of
Ma, a bnotihe $,Itoro atndf O c to AttI
trday,, f boad.,
3me, the aptist divine W. T. colon
, WBas,'Aongthhe v'ia WnOOthcity yes^t
yesterday. 'pani '1 cd by hish
lows we make the beot oh of Oh.0
m motery in Florida, hero fher at W
sea-wimIs well UoiN4 in
eoffill Just received. has manY frier
Odwn, Qrders g #d to see her.
w-8n A to5-19 Amon' h
SNigh Spbrings, one thit iy ystez
oiizs a'd .buftne7 16,t if-aatt

it' i

I t aig l A, G(*. tiibli ttof

a t eo itatit
i iwas translating buiins, in,
a M. todjters, a well known
lan of rlIgh prinigli, was a vish
,tnetville yesterday. l ;

to th iy yeaterDay..
~WiJll)ms of )0l utont lthe
A i tf that tMing town, was
(to&bl(toltbt yesterday.

$.a$ LoP .itd, formerly o t his oit
r lthe past twelve months resi i
ing at'ligh pr.gsf ohavig 4iaposd,
'fo'his 4'ru store intere stsi t4it
:496 eated 1daj f or Jaaksoh.,,
vil, wiohIo 1 y he expect 'to make
his'tture homie.
Anipng th-evisitora to this ly is T,
P, WaN of ld stleo vaed n
sxrib, o f The oSun. Mr, W. is for-
toerly fromh iraifotd oArty, .but ow
Phosphate Company, lie is attending
court as a w1tness.
J, W.. Willoi4n1k of Wade ii in ithe
city, Mr.' Wiiam. ha had the mii-
forttne to bettlfdidposed both from Ia
# ,ippe and ieasiea, andis. Jut e ov,
nrg. 1Hirs frtentt will, be gld/ to
know that nothin serious willP rslet
fmi t ihesetli i th tI',i0e0At :l..or :h.

!W44!the J*eweer, of. Ne6
bprry, ',theeoty yesterday. Mr.
Wh(tes Is !o1 f the moistinltte ntial
buglnhetSfia of the West End.
$e"tg elofo ,rWindsor was amonS
the viatonrt this city yMterday. Mr.
IWy eS wasftthely a salesman in. the
store of the Baird HardWaie Comipany.
Mr,4 p M$ Ti J. A. 894eborouj'h of
Windsor Mw oV iitingtfriends lI this
city yester|a. r d Roseborouh i
onetot the most widely known resi-
,jone t^ 'N wllyktr rfsiai
d4ents of the WJndasorto in .
A. A* 4. ae.Mt oAfeltorose 8was among
the visitor tojth' city yesterday. J':e
Is s mentiber of titk County DetQeratio
eeoontivy Co lttteet and odme to
attend the heating of that body.
'J. L. Stoke'san his two iteresting.
sons, Norris and Belitbner, were in the
city from Laprouse yesterday. Mir.
Stokes it one of i the most. prominent
residents of tIe taOro.sse teson.
Aon)pg the promiepnt visitOrs to this.
oit ypttory w. Captain^ J. W. Ca. r-
tst of lbanopyO Captain Carter is,
one of the to idlty known men in
tho ooitey, and ,at a great influence.
Al; htii^'ad` ut&i j' jo
i J;itilo tormely rssident
pr$$' nentum ,er of the i4rer of
^till li4 0th y now a
an@ lorpikra*hfsetuter of
.4,01 Wua 404te visitor toro this
oty a4ray. ~
] '*y l aI a,0lfer young man ofi
Ath s4t*0 Pity, He: wkoautsum-
.0 ast n a sa'i ?fr.
Matoot 80ed San an agroeable
alo*$Iet Iit 1 subsritifin toi his Mt

state. JpasB eoe iarmert flt me teep a
are busy prparink the latdi! for p
Ijust 'iw. The prosats forr inuree4
acreage In cotton and .crn are fine.,
Captain W, P 8het4leworth g uO
XNinton, ole of the t
an exteniye mel6 growerss in) tha
seclion, was ~a visit to, 0ainesvilY e
that u he, w 8ub e r season ioes 14
o .ie hundred aerest IoI melons, t r n perated tOs
which he ex peted to rertp a good ifl. non hn hV19 ing
uatrical harvest, Hle i4s oz of ,the i
dati6 prac'ig41 moelor$owersin' t4 e0
state, and ill no donut receive bic
return, from his crp.
Among the'visitoro to., Gaheosvill
yesterday wai 0. P. Huff rta ofh -to x W40
rose, ownt and manager of the iuf l!- A
Inan 0ouse, ono of the* bNt and mnost The larges
modern tiall hotels in the StGte e r. G gFia, 85eal 1
H"ffman stateSthat this season he hat hundred gaitt
a Irge number of guests, and he i n, mixed paIl til
tnvind these mosnat nnAosnt as uin rn, 'tr he it1aei

aun nuuiing erowi na ei roue inss
son has bieet flee.,
bSoin srnt'atol LDaily 6e4.
aj oat 'n4 feed at 0'
j.' .f Nertry 'ft High 1ptingt
a bhuits vwivhr tth*' ftsiy yo
Mrv. JamesR.older of Anqh8IjqA
54 Gaieeyille yostorday on a ishot
M4r. 1hPer Davl.sta euthii4ble

writi a


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