Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 10, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02178
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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O. 1GAINEwILKEFLORIDAw ITK SIrA.ll, l,1904 1TENENTo A W


"31 PEOPLE" ME"T tt'"at Hill" 0"
QY; ,,I Y o Over .t y t
SRBOR ENTRANCE 'KENTUCKY M NER TINBESTS.el OrI CINe ICINforIN
President John Mitchell Expected To E th eit On n a ai ani old S'' i' '
.11ir I.nally A Be Preht Passiger And Freight Collide i4 s h $i tn e 4 '
'W LouivtSil1 Ny Mar ch a.-Itprsa_
iLtO Native .don tatLive of the co4l miners and opera. Wit Fatal Reults.. 1,a o O etly bet a oi-til t- V
--R oB t t itu th westorn KeKontucky'district .. .. .itrli(tn In (luRitigo ... .. .. 'i^,' ,il' -
S O SPIRITS. it hero Ip wo tilss ilte wage scale ALL THE DEAQ ARE TRAINMEN. The ctlahmant ls the Swodea Va. ITUATION I< CA"
____ W es f tor the endt llng ~ iy r hand to elect offt 'sshm Convbit of A mimer fia Dyn I It:o I !
k ayi Her Husband Wa ers. y rr t Passengers Escaped i. by, Miraole by a forIner IlnhtS1tfitry, N f. O lt', Dynamite IE PI{g' Ued
cck~


hip and Not at a Ball on
1tn the Japs First Attacked
tur.
March 9.-A dispatch from
t Is reported there that the
made another attempt to
e entrance to Port Arthur
coasting ships. Details


rgQh 9.-Korean umilttary
Shve received telegram
riKorea saying that the
ska have attacked Kang-

rort fight the Korean
y drove the Rusiia-its out,
treating northward.
town the Ruslani, attack-

w theoattu ofi the sol-


3Burg, March 9.---There ts
the reports thab the Japa.
wlbarded Vladlvostock all
terday.
Sto the latest linftormatlon
Reply showed Itself and
way wlthoutIAiring a gun,
for the appearance of the
tiorthet'n waters advanced
jir proi)ahle (d s8re to re-
ion of the Island of Sak-
V'w;as oeded to Rtussla by
not p td out tihat thi
tiofthern Japan Lwill be threat
h famtnte if thi food supply
from the Island Sakhallen
is eut off. Nhint6teths1 of
ta g6 to Japan, In addition to
ainese boats have been car-
pliratical fIring along the
A chi has exhausted the fish.
the Amitr iestuary. The na-
'there are suffering from
d typhui, Tht Russilan gOV,
Ill prepare a gunboat ito-
i Amur to prov.do for theu
of the tIlherles as iOO)i as
free from i-c.
of Admiral Starke, the
ntmandoer of the Russian
rt Arthur, hals returned
ort Arthur. She i1 very
d deples tho report that
e: offloers and crews were
ring a hall at, the time the
eked th ,Ruasian 'sqtiad,
hi night of the attack,
otfivors and crews were
o'clock In the aft ernoon
cIk at night the admiral
I of wr on' board the
d of opening a hbal in
SWfe's birthday. Thia'
by ,a sham Japanese at-
hlock that night confirta-
pect the Assoclated
of the attack. aA cabled


f-romeunade 'treeta. *
March 9.-Dospite the
Sthe JapaneMe feet off
tordtdy and the bombard.
day, the ,inhabitants of
re iLn good pti'tta
Ateaade the streets as
g| li many women. A per-
e Ibhater ls announced

ted Japanese have boen
when camained tiey
to be Chbulneno' or Ko-



at a4d of vavgation
St Ouaegs ita the4

,altn$f-or I tR0 last
SIII ame s
+a,4+


Ily the, oon Kenitucky miners are
getting 82$1 cents and by the day $(
aiud Q. ,. This I lower than the
wvagl m pii tti some states alid higher
than other The caOivention will,
continue two days .and Praesideit John.
ItbltchIll is expected to participate In
tlt deliberations tomorrow.

NEGRO LYNCIIED IN OHIO-;

Mob of Infuriated Ohloara. Shoot Mur.
darer to Death.
Spngfleid .,March l,-MGreat
crowds today vistedO the scene of last
nights ly iililng of Richarrt )ltckersBon,
or Olx Dix, IhT had" ,lil'd oliceiuan
Collie ,:. ,
Siundreda cami over 3he traction
lint oa id others in velifhles attracted
by ,-ttr -news: of 'le iytnclting, h i ie-
court: htioue amit Sherlft's reoadenvoe
whIh..l stad alde by side, thel popl
gathered lu .kniota and discissad tlihe
tragedy. There is 8 apparently no dia.
positioll. to make an effort to discover
Lhe mob leaders. -
\V\'hic tite lynching is deplored theo
comniiity la it ltalot a unit hi bollev-
lig it liNa taught hlie lawless elementci
oit tl..e city a wholesome leAsoin.
Miilyor Chairloa J, Hlowiu (liiSl every-
thins oisiblo to iprevoilt the ly(chilng.
Major T. J. Kih'rlpatrick called oita
comiouitlea 11 and I, TlTl*d Ohio, at
10:45 o'cloth last iight, bIut it was
inmp.oQsible to got the sohdlers togerthtr,.
J udll J1, K1. MowuI, of' thie einl 01111
plea." eoullr, l W(l,'ely chaligrilled over
the action of lic(e mob. tie waS niak.
mng qr rangmints t call a s)eclal
gralldt Jilry try I),Ilxoli.
It is 11not helived iJ'rou will be any
l ivd ligatl oin.
OMla.or 13ouwilsii whol did e'virytlihng
I)os:('Jlo tl preventC l t4 lytichliiiiaK sil
today:
"I cnallil up Sheriff Floyd olt l.a-
haln at G0: 0O laii t. c\'nlinl n anid iskluid
hihm If he aith'iipated any trouble. l
relitidI that Ite had no fear whiatlso-
ever of mob violence.
At 8 o'clo' whl il ln arne.d a t mob
had collected at. tlh Jall I 4ent for
Chief. of Police (O'lrien. I arel(d .hlin
ho se nd a suaild of offlcersh to the jail
anti hat every iatan on the force out
ion dity. 1 called on Major T, J.: Klrk-
patrici, of the Third O6hio, who, wit
fhatlit to say that the militia meiin dhid
not wai(. (o turn out to gl tirdti i
jali Tli)ey sald they might be coiln
ptllhld to shot).t their friends. Thil mit
lilian)on did not refuse to ttirt out,
bet expressed a dislike to do so. It
wa.; impossible, however, to et. tbe
sohlderi togetto'r.

SEABOAROD AY ERECT

Laroe Shops In ColumbMta, Gi, In
the Noer Future,
Colitmbus, (IGa, March 9.--lt ti pfrb.
able that tlhe Seaboard Air Line ri.l-
.way ill *reet lai g.*,lshops i CI00nw
bits. President tt arr an'i nutiMtber
o4f the directors tif tie, cotMptinty were"
lo. ;(olumbis on a tir of iit'iti0lop
8 tantlit'ay and i'.xpe.)i d s ,i t 'in mslv il
ja highly pleasd itihthoh olthloohk at
this eiid of their lint, T''y wet*r
toe! at. the depot by Ma'ir IChappell
a1ti ti .aid arer owno ovter th.e Cit
Th. e a btord owna sm ph rotndil
here tor th ertrin plto 9ti: of aSiny
siIe' daatedA Ansd while the iiforni& toa
does aot come tron o ofti ai .st'e
IiltiM ertb*titIiC, id to l-ut wIre

,dy thet it wnlidr nrot ,utriie ,henm tIC
La r0141ts11,: tiM llt' W

:a.a 3itOa. iis 'i..-Afti q'to,


as Express Train Was Running 60
MIlIs an Hour-!oth Trainl Partial-
ly 0,it0oyed' by Fire.
litrnln4han, Ala,, MArch 9.-One of
otr i'tt wivrohs 111 recent years ohn
the Alabama Great Soutihert railroad
occurred at :65Z o'clook this atiornliig'
neav Klewanst 17 miles uorthi of Mer.
Idtla, M hs.
SolithboinId limulted, exprts train
No. 1 collided head-.o with a north-
bound.SOlllli'ert raila tfrlight, both
roads 1t1,, thie aatn w aiIks at that
polit.'n'e Lexpiroe atraiin Wan riu-
nng iAt the rato of iullt ro ti hioitr,
glnd was throw ehour -dittie; t
-Advlces reeolived it th, cnpnnly'e
offlcu tier-c at'e to the etfet thati lngl-
riSer P, .., L itkl ..tu t d4!- ,thontn.,
Heii'ty tltfnks, ,iegro, wore llJ, MnIaI
Celcs Rolno"n 1ligiati .itl D, D,
NIctslaon .tre nlstilng and4 are BP-
posO 0to have h ben burt-ted allvo In
their car, whieh was destroyed by fire,
figglnoet1' Case a(nd hIs tiegro t1r<'tivan
of ti'he eight train, were erofouisly anti
perhaps fatally 1tmt
Exprlrss Mossenger lliunds was also
badly injutetd.
So fal, as hnownil. no ,paviengoers
were Illled, buit, the railroad ioithorl-
thittl admit that they aro as ilt whth-
out full Informlathti. The mall antd
biatgg;ge car and one cotic'hof t.he llin-.
Ited train were burnedii while ix, ofi
the frolght cars were destroyed fromi
the 110r which broko utiiltIueodlatelly
after the crahti.
'tri'geoni and wrechking crews were
sent 1o the ttceiitt fro-in Mirldlaln
I iiolii i liar iklint r ilahd d irte,,l w ille
the two rMail cleriii lived in (,>iutlli
uor.fa Tt'i.,
Thio' caieo of thlitI oollhAll hall not,
yet biton e txplllin d.
A rpi'iaiIl to T1 io Nowrl frmu 01i111
near tito sicnit if I t We i't'i, saysf
iix plrc on. so wvr. hilh Tl. i.I llit
* in cItulfi i iiinevlt'r I.arkliun d i r'qttnll
Blanilk. Mail (t'lrirk H itggx and Nilhio',
0on. the mail weighoior and iatagguae
fniitl.rt Ir
TMte itillt wigheor's .iiintis it, l'n-
* known -and J 11i lnunda wus baggage.
li'nsttr arid eixproiss iinessellgi'.
STlhe dispatch adds I hit btith trains
were partially dtstiroyd, lby t-fire,
ADD WRECK UN N
A special to T hi N w.t froni Mi,'
ridlawn saym that 1th1w hi ites of iivo ofi
the mnen killed In thie wrt',, we'rti
oreomated.
STht"i-t ililtlldti the th r'i., imlra In th'
mi ttl arr, Engtiiner (airkin anid at oiigro)
'(Ir't m ~ii 1' kI : /1 / ,*/ **' Ir 4 ] '.. .....:.. .. .;
ihn Caiwhard, thet c iduic passenger triln aii d IM irown, a
frolgtht brahiemanl wert Bli(A14oi thle Ira
jia'oed, but nealthiir In s lriot The .wrlck; wasi ea i4'i .by their
treigta trasI condtictor .ot'e .tersto melt thei eprsi '
i.:. J vidson, the ml* we)iherr
who wasil hlid, rehIed ,'in Chttxiwpk
p, Teen.

WILL WAR ON POOL ROoMI,.

Efforts Belng Made to Abolith Thom
I Gotham
New* YOrk, MAtreb. *,--',itrs' i: a
WHility that the wa, hi!e '!wate
M the pb."l1 rooti 'of i1thtil;ety.
a ;d the teN leaph comttay whidgh
te ,!.- its W ittol.iie ret, irts fl.om
ltsa Vartedqe ri'e trie-ilt .assy re0it
at the preoaitt4it o:f a btSl l* lta
legIelato whib", bibould ;it b oil l,
aw, will ltll 1thl: tra rn, 1slieo i
h.oroI' 0 4ftio f re Ati k t f' r la reaoli t



Maini bith.e bept u ihsi: t
ehe ia OU%$ eFikr to a o ret


ri'y, of San lose. (hll., anid the actlolln
Is dllit(ied agitihgt P, it. Andoeron, iti
|Ch lago, ainoithr formioIr llinsidoili'ys
C. s, il.,li llso ll o (4o Chliago, atind
tlh \Whilte Star Mining ,ompany, In
Which a nilubr eof Cvhicgttioanu triv in
tor-cted.
Thie' dlislpto reitches iack to the
first di(covIry or gold li Alitslhti, anid
lingeeisi on tho poilt' wlhtl hor It tiisloin-
ary se(nt Into tho iiortliirl-n wlhlh to
i1akO (uviilt.'ltA for lila tOllurch wtViI'
itkew nrii ot hig fot' his church wlheli
he st ltod out a ititeibor of' nilni
clWingH Th O el imitliit h tav bte dt
veolopd ilto highly prdifttlihh' gold
indteel, fut of' whh t~~ veratl min havo
mad.e To tiitne.
MIis Dotra Adtiia, at) Killtto con'


chliii'ch tIiurg'l .an[ztit 11 +, :.. ,l tix.)dge (it 11.
Johinvon, 6f None', In anthlit' \vr wiliolt
troum AinakA 1 Thtlis ,ar 'iall'ly 210

The rcielnotitl, of the itllg'anls to
ai'vgoe tle elas liefore a hotrld of( ar
bltrali ni waa 1e to .thoImr des to to
avohl i thee Iotil'lcte y tItI enll t on l a
iolrl ih'e rll' T imr i il.n lri'.d ii il4tded
of I hiili T. Itliti'tl, A, M I'tlncl' andt
D. li Iitii 1, and thi 11u l litg of the
arhlilralor I tio nWe litial. Thoti church
spitO ly ii 't rlepre uel t vlll d ly e Jtludile iM,
.)tVdrbri'xh(g, ot Sil F iit1'ltwAo. l.ri li
Q iQuliln oif P orth, ili an 11. I ,
Wi ill ititt, Of Chiiciio Thie difotiitlt' In
(roprohetit d by Jtudige A\xol (Chytiritist
ofj thl ftoo< :ollity ,olirlta,

GERMAN'I AWFUL CRIME.

Poisons Himself and Hip Entire Fain,
ly with Cynalcti of Potasoltil,
l.ti hiii, Mlare t i t, Jhlulit iiAnt i.'u rl
u.Hiil r, I .r.hi 'l, i(tf i l h ii l
stOalidiy (io'rt ti ri'ortreifi,, ye tit(4diiy
i(ut k bll:+ lit t liiniilny andi i i ii a i@eili :
(Id i ntlt r' int lit.hi iir t Il Il 10 yo tr old

Ili':'t, t n ih sti l eolt.d hit l wifl utiiigit
tor. tAo 4 ions, rwilkitllv ly l 1 atid ItI
yuaro', l dI, idolt tl t tih milillltary antid.
ciny, iltil biniititvelf wilh r'yiiahl of pI
ia'.ntili0, wihll h ri nlio iutnn ly inosrtid
in hl mouth of alih lii hlt'] form of a
pilli >fry sthoy hald gol i Iti) a ditiilk

aier1 t sh f had taloi It'iltXag of
f't Mryt in itd lhe kitit' ari d .id thla).
I Pad I'lit n attaild4 ) toi J c4^ 1 ftllrist
Strw et., whitlh l woli d !AtVlvt( It lt atl

At.ftr a brilliltn.t career arid a. ms.
riAi wtil anl hdramil, it Mh.ko hadi

woti the rt t (')flroa dultiil the walfl
oft i. 71 with 'ratlltc.tt hi14i lt thel
dtitlthler of a i-hihtoteift kImper, tfwt'p
by leaving to lt's.ye thttt astervti e as h. t
married ou. of hits caste anti sitrT'tt
a khw Imspapet' w it W ,
,The i ttila t wr4t Wel btt it
pape-r was Iblt ti c'ntaful rird( h. hii.
canie sali i agent( for a r.fittrirer!
aWtil th mi titallu(Ir of a ma, h inAkinei
fetel.irpro" .i e (ved bopd.YUiti'- hiihs ml +, 1 s

Sl'aut night ithe i irt. tfainly hK44 '
box at tle talre'u At tl olotCk 4iftt.
Ber w.ia i ordii rtl :in fl. lio M. r:l a(ispr ,
n !1 i' 4-w' .i r, .i ,! ''
kwTs was es, ially gii oX atg l tddlit
04lid4 Pr.sl- t nltlittif* 'ait(d It.e .thrn
O.!tdroli to: drink loti of r'il, chttIarPEt ,
el died t' l dine his s ,1*i0 i i L .ti s bt


i,. iiWhdely to M Tri.;ad T t
#r 1 tP r iarh I .1 --O'),i .7t Ioi
I4ltk ei, sa*twi. et hf the latitriilon'
t4 Qoltvitt la l M Ol4ttie afl r e tlI,
d ry ifom dPrato~ t a Bi 5ii,'L f it irll en i#


lt'thdiadi tanslieire 'ofthe anan


neoal of Froxen RIv,r Bafroi*


Completely CUt iff--Qiret .orget
of iceThreatis ireat Daitae.
ii aurri'lit'g, pta, "Naitro t ,'th e ilalu.-
tloit i1 tho flwoded ietiioa" Critical .
and the pIople are ipietArlin- for th7:,
wotnI. The flier Vtialsl' bott0bq. rlpi lyP "
rialsig t il e lat htht (tAi 'lIs. '1 01

sat l thi t ot ll the ". ';i t l tlll tUiit .' [a
utt kii started tiivo moe W; ...w
AL )iunnitalon thte 'o1ttI i p cI
lith 0ig 0 hol1s tn11tih .th, ie 1 Ith'
dhyasiilt l4 the eailyo.r to open a
eialtie,: At M ddlitttiwn the 'ltilt.or '
is i s l atr', tbtin*I' an ty-other p'v
ilio l tht floodreld i..,, "ei ,.4 L
h.. e Yitui.ni Mlitn ts' (Ohl^ii asoch :!"
.ihlolt lieult A l t;I M A- i wf n t dtl.d Iti-i'a a- ..

iiki lt niint 0 the fre.hitttid Mi"d th, '

towi terry, whleth hat stood many a I
tittiih* wats wast41l rOff tItS fo1ndtItli1ons.t


Wtlkheiarre, Pa* Miarch 9,- -Water
in titu i trtti tiraich oiUtt BheStttohiltn-
11a "i li oat tihbove t*w waitlr isarktl "
aid I i tilll t-rlln AThe o.lowilindt
ara under wattior td i.( twi:ol io th'
Wlos biittk o110 tt rivv'tr ire, off, O,
ilallroid*i re o ttiphitiltely oat ofr
from colotiiuhnlalliti, Sthon f tl 14 ih-
ihr tti llOi inh a the t tioltitly ati'e fiu.d-
1d. Th'lotro is l real lte itoItit ti *
liitlo mti thil of liel'i ndtii t it ti akilt w
Iir, from it extlidt to PIttsto5, 1l
inll away,. Antlotlir Kurgi 3 l.sai
iortlit o' Wilkesbarris, tlihroatealta
.tol'lotirt dl iallge.,
ltciniii.r, th Mitrch 90.- Today
tht tirtttui o(f itor gwtit fiorti WathliKto.ni
Ibiorokigtli Io T'i'lir y 11. 111 Kil5v wAy allid
thl fr o listvl d, doWnl t) 'l'Turkgr Hill,
wi' Ie It Is firmly girgi4 T'oh low.
er s otion of Wiitthlfltigtol hbortit h ist
ls|liihti'i ril Sitid i1)d 1 1tr10 M. Orht h-t i irO' O ,
'tpotl t riit' trad l irtt nia ide r from is to .
1 tact t Wai, ttr,' .
T', aotre, at llaInOirtdgo,, ner o .
I1iitiltlil. Is Iitb.roltmi k tnd. water In 4
foot dilctp on the iracitt f otlb pOnniy-.
vaYtil railroad. ,
iiatilit, PA,, Male h',; --The f ;d
In lti Hbituylkill river ilt this poitat
land n,,ith Of fleadllg had apoiht lil
ftritt bhy daylight toditayl iat' thb ei.
tii 14 "siti (yiti 1eedlng. i n)i ag th
tight reblehntfla albnfg the rirpt tretit
in thiau g tt t' at.ei hiut l h water it'dId fit'. ieo "'
higher that6 thiW t s ( .tot

,s144ort, '1 (ftltiSh 9,--A *lofgrait
wais i itcivetd in lhiation todly ftom the

iatr thl river was tii tiieLier. that
SthI ic Ihas brisltqa tiid thit a 'fl< od
,o tit ist '.i proporio, n Ia i t t to "'A
M o iixil tlna q I(r iwrtlo no.t' l i fli. OPtbl,'o : ;

IMrh daimnage hai hete do nit" *tipth
!'l .Irght s iiyilil. litMil i.t.l
When Ia, .neaks Damag* 1 Piered

highet ter.lpea;trure has frt loose t.eat
qiantitle f water: InlAt l rive' sai
.trekis fto* itt th ,tn .hte i a lt.tbe
.tl from 2.. to 3: ieahi l tiio d Bn4

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ATH9R OF MANY CHILDREN.

Ip Parent ` 042.

bS TMB ERL: Wait IrIcIh -&At the.
ot hearing Mnd' Mr. Taylor i ii'
os d .@,1' f a det. ilod sch1. dul o f ,Mi.
Ad of lght 114 f1'(l potlltei tksIt fr ^N ll l, Q ,
4 k usq t #.o* .Wtt .-bi^dr", : t ;IM1 h:,;, i :'01 For ; M en For La d ..
Tnar ifr oNq N UNTY eete. that th u who can iot come 0to, t1 w1ho do not fin.d0i ft
("^, MV,. $iditba lave hlistn t e. ofh pn byf City whn n ned Oef 'be ad t
tilt *Milo IRt1 lotheAT OVaERALLS city t, he L
A'n'r i tH f N i .l n lr'iiln' TJ.i hal in '.at i w att y ou a yourI eas, t -s a' se"nd-ig
dhomthe fi- yobomsctar
Ano.thiyrt 1 laMA Iivn t 'w(a' ,"lreai *f l kng w h n "1est i1 akes of Clothing, styes of g rntts to
en, whrsl m u A ni.i Jm and An Hats, Furiiishings a d lect from. AVe carr

iri i h'tltlf0t0t0in' It' Nlit nlily.10 0 fty AirysataN An"ni Jii arncs antilUnderwear, andn oi t- SHIRT WAIS T
ht liiKb* t If i tittidie Antiu riry 'the'er what you size IRT
h ih < t'1 1o' uil '#i lt t ech'WW I t't lin rt'iwifs inti:d WF YFURNISHINGS
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: 1 .aMit, 1 "iul 'ihth lIwtiit1144s t M. P a IofM W Lri o yl i. 5TIhr S.E O AS ANred o wear Tr },
Athonk a rusu ian, ti 1m loni sat r t t CARMARTT OVERALLS. except &:hoes:
'nua *iz h ma i itil bll' work tII GliESt N't t h Fh aR
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I a Ilhleattid! dot n LL,1,64
t 4s* htmrrst otf # Mi 14' \ 'ith ^ast Mr bmith left the stands...v..qSTTSO H .A.T.n tow a
isw ll< 9 i\4thl #4 havitil, b en! t, "ts. witacta in the Mr.r et
"sit kVz "htii ll .bli a ahl't4t4 h i ibed Jlire sla, t ahnsat i ng ih a p reognh; otes
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1*.MN tI'$10.4 ftpo;lIA':) h.lttwithts Ma, I, ,sihltt; L*ATnge F hos Their haveb ee tt in the b:atte I
f.1ati 411www t' Matn y s o tan y
iwo 'hVa t t h tt a4 osth lth thedif^n 'ar anything 1 haIe ever
h1i4h' "h te tis i PeISIOS sal lids Qhs hsa d oa le tta ghsev, Aatstaole n ) 'hfittb$en $tat postuthi s' oBier


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ICO YO NSAY
't"':r. anl Mr, J. .a Vrubs have re-.
1 4,ed to Jaoksooivil k,, where ith
Ohre Partythe 80. s o, erm asBngaged in the insurance
for the Wt eik ibins. s Ti.eastly imtlinsVllsrien fr
of Mrs. Truby nee Miss, Pile Doke)O
O PALETN regret to se hber ie ye ,Q h 114.of
N., ,' ALESTIN" her nativity, where' she has bentitni.
iei've, nrsal y blo*ed and esteemed from
nirested Larg Aou Whildhood,ansocarries with ier'
onders of That Far- her new home th et shes o every
e of Iteest Whch onis who enjoyed her adquainutanoe,
leaders of The Sut The aml of Jsep l. ug, who
S9.--r,, S. W. 'Biili ,hae been'residng tithis ity 'ior the
STolles and Mrs. iI. P. pat fLew Ylear- .pect to ake thei
e ia pogressive (euhr. party 'deiartlre today f 'r Macon. whiic ity
s' thall on Wednesday it', t wil ke .their f Utuie on. o
g aboul sixty' guests, an Mt ,WviOi has h a lucrative po.atioi, in
lovely flowers and pretty the offices of the Georgia SouthOtrn
the many ladies the hall prei and Florida Railway, where he ltas
eautiful scene. Afteramot given entire satisfaction for the past
game the prizes were award, year. While thelfriends of this esti.
four winners: Mrs. E, M. unablee family regret tosooe thon leave,
W. A. Vogelbach, Mr. Orr they 'neverthelpos wis, h them nmuch
booter. During the gtner happileas in their new home,
Idwell, C. Tolles and Mi, n. Among tile prominent visitors to thing
hnson handed lemonade to city is E. E, Prootor of:::Vakelleld,
i, After a most sumptuous Masia,,who will be here for a few days(.
the ladies present received Mr. rotor is one of the owners of the
ttyfainas a souvenir of 'the Gainesville Gas aid Eleotrie Light
The liuests departed at a Company: lie has the controllilng in-
assuring their charming terest of a large number of plants
f the delightful and enjoy, throughout the country, of which the
lag they had had, Galnesville plant is thellmost modern.
airlington lectured at the "We have spent a lot of money in
church dn March 9th, at 7:30 Gainesville," remarked Mr, Prooctor,
6er "Travels in Palestine," "but we have no 'kick' to make, for
Mrs. L.B. Desbron of Phila- our plant ils Irst-class, andIweo are
a., were the guests. of Mr gaining now friends and patrons every
J, J,Whitehead during the day." Mr Prootor lopes to .be en
. twas their first trip to abled to remain here for several days.
nd they expressed them- Roet Da i, oneo Gae il
Sorably aRouobert o.Davis, one of Gaimesvilled s
Sfavorably about our .little brightest lawyer, is a adidate for


"q and brother, Leo, were in.
day.' Their many friends
edto see themi olce more.
ioelecture of E. S. White-
h. waste postponed oin account
1. will be given on Friday
ch 11, at7:80 o'clock.
ret was expressed ini town
unement of the death of
a, who died at Oglethorpe,
day morningg,
'. King entertained a large
hiler friends on1 Saturday
Sa very enjoyable euchre

Fof ea.Coming.
sly Solonoin Fokes, the
uoeessful mind reader and
i the twentieth century,
e such great fame inI the
irs in many of the large
*United States by exhibit-
erf ul power of mnid read-
d for this city, and when
t the opera house it is be.
he will undoubtedly be
one of the largest crowds
Iawill arrive Monday af-
Ih 14th, and at 80:(X p. mu.
ea young Iti in ai the
of the corner store near
use, now occupied by -I.
will keep the young
ly uiider thisI hypnotic
I late Tuesday afternoon,
be taken to the opera
kened at- o'clock in the
Audience. Prof. Fokes
ed to perfoihn some of
Seats of mind reading

Tuesday. afternoon the
: perform the feat of
,he streets blindfolded
:aniy article previously
matteHe of citizen,, re -
t thi aticlolt may be or
Sit will be concealed,
*pf "Captain Jack."
1 Edulward M, McCook
heard the Poet-8cout
unique entertaiinents,
t) stid there wai never
WtA ia veritable
ilhy original, helpful
iHe. i a part of all
heartily endorse and

edian, T. W, Keene:
lou how pleased I was
.alk is so newe0scinovel,
1s. full of genuine
iter, so uniqope, and
iely dramatic. Tite
i stories of the We" i
,a to t-he "0opte ef the
.itp hlif been a4 partlei-
1.4ll themsyou do,."
iatoeut't will appear


t.le -egislatureT a1i al..a lnounoe,
nuel.t appears in ltale Issue., In ..ddi-.
tioh to- lis formtl atitiiotteeitment 'le
also gives expressionto some of fits
views ..regarding needed legislation,
and among other things he favors a
stringent vagrant law, Florida is now
overrun with ia worthless class who
hang around tile towns without 'visible
means of support, and Mr,'Davis very
properly favors requiring th em to work
for themselves or for the public Ills
platform is a good one, and[if elected
he possesses the ability to advocttoe
with force what he deems for the
benefit of his coistitulents.
Attention is dlrooted to the adver-
tisenment of Johln F. Beagle which ap-
pears elsewhere in thill issut. Mr. Sea-
'gle has roeiently started in tie furtii..
ture busihiesi in the old City iHotel
building, 225 WVest Main street, S., and.
would Ibe glad to iave the plubble call
and inspect his line, The stock is all
new and up-to-date, andl';h proposes to)
latIkoe prices for either cash or inital-
itlent on easy payhients that few other
hoiuss lcan meet. Mr. ttiiglo hias
beeiti virtlially reared in (.liti lln tville.
it hat.htten connected with the fur-
niture business for many yoars, and i4
thoroughly competent in that direc.
tion. When iii eed of anything ill
his line it would pay you to give-hlim a
call.
As will he seen by rcfereione to the
aitounicemeut column of today's. Suit,
A. 1. Hlillearyls a candidate for tilhe
Legislature. Mr., llhleary ii probably
as well known to tile people of Ala-
chua county as aiy .manat witlt.n her
borders, He11 active and. onergetio.
aud, combined with the efforts of 'lis
friends, will no donbt aiiaket a good
race, Hlie says the will do his utmost,
Sif elected, to have enacted a vagrant
law similar to that now hi force" in
Georgia, which hai done so ltoeuh to
solve the labor problem in that State,
and this annouiceimennt ofe hits iten.-
tions will Add materially to hli popu-,
larity among the farmers who are now
explerieneillng so muh trouble in oh,.
taking labor to itnake their crop.
Fortunie 'Tiller Get $1s 63 ,
7Aaulis .MIarc. h *.I):l9 Mrs.,.Mi-Msar lIl,
1a holtolgr rpltr, rtlein at Buc.khoa4d,
is ihltt tJ h.vs one to .Professor hl1
mntlr Dale, a paislt, at.. 10 Ivy street,
Saturday to have her pialnm read and
iarl $l163 with letr at ths time. ,bShe
aqrw claims that w4itl she w.. i,. blati
atfft-lhe P :tfs lie IM aed e-
itt(i of the $9 a's44A6. Tm M tarl6n has':
aa ei th Atlltritnta .dtetives to. *A '.4
D*.e anid. latret hi...

lW. L.1 Yancy aft!. t b Phtcins:.i

rydpiieas nd i had a thv *u of h k M*-
ota~t 555ef~t. **f t~^*i^'^,a


4 00 o1 th pu barl su cceeod;I' 1 i&0 ud l0!4"
0W Jo of Atlanta,. w a c n cannot besecuref until lthe liver

in R ilddsri told tI thi r liagtatin ausedbyCalh tics, p
eity rmcl:M l ;ourt.'d.^ t iacontin an, nc iny "doses"to

'tiient ground at Sumii, Rest. N. O,


their von t i r tge this .it. notwith nd Pever, and every foam o0
6tandinig the hilgh p*0. f, otto'll. ,, Bilious, Rem ittiing. nt 'r ;
Tle aienate has passed the avial ap, it ing V ltsa d y going th Seat.f ti o t
pr )liatla'and' tihen pi toeddto r"tubee, works+ rmanentcure. ; ::
h nsideratln of their ar. y bill, lFTY CENTS Pi OTTLE.
e0 i(rgia counitealonor. ileve- for Stf ,
outl to oomplets alrrigenentsl fot F"-. Sle by" Johnson Bros. (anesville
the Ge Rorntllic wil WdinIg at. Cordel. of otwal Fr *1/1l4f '% 7W& f lflF '
pi)itllar youiig personas who had been V '1 1 _"11 11..11
aCotdiued only a few daysB oc t rrd4 E pO I S 1 MP AN1I,
stand"l~ 1 Vl A 11 MU ^ cbKKTSY N WRITTEN POLm ,
Tie Misgislogtl legislatire will worhvt iBERALITYoiPOTOYONR6 TS
proHbail aldjoirn next faturlila, .A OonstdraMtUm PROMPT AYMBNTr LOSSES,
review of Its work shyo s several Im,
p(rtant lawa onaxeted. ., We cover itheso importatit points and respeotfully
Officlats of th(T Paillma Canal coM solicit a sh are of yowr tbulitess,
party in Parts denly that any obtacle
has arieUt to the transfer ofi the e oin
Oessitiol Io tihe Unitesd itate 111 Li A i t a1 'u allth osura
Aluo1.o Weiiatherly, An Bp It edS prlugs,
N, C., illti Dat JacksonIthen tml ---Agents for the-- .
jadian i stflenwt, ggets, io tinothez ima fo the
of i rsry l kited. Vitor Safe and Loek Company
Mit essis, Ikonalparte and Weofdruft, In 'c ltz.OlX *tj 1.
0 thet1 reIirt to th i resident on Indianr' is th. t t sta, adtt and itrte to- i .
Territory affaltrs utate that conditlolqa h g ti. itiroh )e ilio safe r iy thinig that line
are such t, to Involve dauger of ruin froiit a box tto a btalk vatUllt, W A titn : iney
to thfe rteal Imntian populltiin. by coosulting Itu all on o' address,
a.I FrYtcl inIlltary e'pedltho Io
stInt to th territory botweeit. Oy,.a rU a 8 ASHLI N & SgILL,1
Ipoc and Art>aguay v'r, a',it w li. i f t a, t io i iheerfullyt iirnllhyd. : Cr(AINsiaVsibLhIV., L 'l$A
Mthnlof,', t l ti tl ni l 1 will ip a1 ,,tti to h q1
t i.u .ith S ta tes : .. .. ., l . !7; 77 ;. '. . .' '""
smallpox 'in m Take ThAtlantic Coast Line
Tatkeont, MisA., 'Marchl.n .. -rh<0rahe
rec itvod by +t'retary I untl!r at tti .
officot of the state boari If itealth FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
show that tii smaIrllpod It'Ilnaglon 11 [1 Via / Via 1 1 V Ia Via
sproodhg In ,several t Infote l ontit- n n u ponm |l)utiI, Akth I'A0 1 Ait Waos. o
nit.tis,, aospeielly in th mouternt i C- | | tor |)|| StImAhip tt J a 44
.ton o i tli ittalt The lype ,f t JU l ott s V iU Moltd omr
titseMf,. ittowpver. I, tonl,'wi ta( t ld, Ran TriTansita ud Ul s1rl))psepi Sel vio
and the d .(lairatito, thtil fir hats. beon .ap T sit a U.r e 8 M
tiltto lnt The 'nltsgi.l.tn l n. T e Table in ef ot l'tbrtlary 7, 1001.
lned (ltilfly to the nerfo ifi)tiiti.lOo. Ai)epairt For GOA(INENV IL AfrriTo1
Tie b alth lltthorvltl ll' r e convl cid ., _'. .. .' ... .. .
thatt t:h 1iw, t llhtol l i y pret litIg IlOp high lrittg a uii a .tetr' m
attlal ox Il to eA'y 'on a general cam' Dal.y mtdiate Points ll
palign o.f vane totin (n very, comqmu l 1)i Ocala, :Ltbur. aand Tainpa and sitlo0pi
nity where ? to aitm i.,tw ars, el. I D il t r te.' i tjL ,h I .


Fireman Fell Under Wheels.
Ch1(lat Rasi, it flronin oil Ito Soutlherin rltll
w(Ay, ttU k|(h|d ,(Moilmity ifti'riiton ia
t 'eh 'l; Itil' r (,Colitilit i, ( it 111114 ff11
rt)t lil "nginf iinl(ki rite whisrljs. aind
1 i ullllll (irlllh,.
To Consider Hobson Case.
Mlilntru.ery, Ala Al archl f,:A-iThi
lst 1 1 1 i dll" .'in i( i x i ill" t q iuttlaion
of p ti nlg ultalitn It I '.. IHobf on'A
IIIn11f I ltitkot for tongvrtif In
Ih01 ixthi dltrlclh, 'itlaln llobtjln
failld to rt.gl(ter T'he t1late ibMaidl
hof aslismor mnieal today to conilhI'll> the
taxtion of ratlrea*< hi thl astat;,

Thousands RavCe Ild4nTy Toubl
and Don't Know it.
How To liud Out,
Pill a bottle orcommron gla., with your
water and let It stand twenty four. house; a
S .- smirient or selt
P' I iu' tndicHates*A.
t.. l ." ; F :- m'lnhe;tlth'y condt..
i t i lti' f lth'e kid
a ;P i i f i t stains
y :,,,r linen it li
e ..nce of kId

1A-,' lIt or.( pait, n
itet tmk 6 !asio
convincing proof that the klida'i .' lind .lhd

irO Ubee, .comrt lIit oiv':iolso
o it t ttptel.: wtlha t .h )).e yl, i r, .n.I Soj*l .
.ltori. :I".'" imtom p l. I'I




wh 4a V, t p i 61 4; *
'bak, kdneyaI, tivr, blOadel o~ Iever part
f the. urtinry piMs go. h. <.tr.c. i b.tf nlitbillity
I holdo wit4r d tit'g R'itin l to p001n11
t:,1 itea L e lfts o llow6 i fl. e'ofei It or,
vineR beWrland oveniomr ,'uis piplel

lta't.i(h (The M.ai and eltu^" .
,rBiM9(t of, fiwnip*ot b6 16.no
MKtstt9fl. ## sta tihuee high for .t. n*.

,^;aruistsu^ in f l<. im
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2;26; tin Palatka, llaytolfa J ackson ville, 2( u "'. :.
Dtily North. East and West Daily.
12 l.1- atii HIigh Spriligs, Viayrontssi8ava iista h, JBrumtwloek,' l2t45 1put
Dally Allbany, Athinth all Polihls North, Eist W lt Dl)aly

Daily. l)aDlly

H !t!t'tti e r .' Tunday


Ithlng MWest or Northwll tl.'liravt)l vi, (lhlago anid Floridai L(atmleli olid
vm.ti.ihulo train of Piullniin Seir!piK, (o biqirvation Library.l Ditlig Oar and
Coatoites, b otwoen St., Au li i t iit t iltll ti thl Of nt n.01htiit o tut'.
.eao ve lt,I A ug(i H >" i t 1; Ity aL,... , 1" , ; a 7 t) ^ '
Arrive Jtltsonvollt ., I' Ila .- '
ailvt) 3iackaonvilo ,, A, t I.R It .. ". ; 'A^ '.'. o'i n '
Arrive 'lrfton.. ,: i ;''
leave l n; 'u .. ., & 1 .. 5. ,,. s.. .fy. : :. . i Pt n ip t "'":
M rlve M a o ,. .. .... .. .O pt i u ... :
Leave Ma t oo n .. . i, (it. of Ity 4 i p t i .
Arryiv Atlanita .... .... ; .. ...,: . +. pm1!
lAriv4 Atla nuta ', : (. aP II. It,.". ,,;. .. ,, t .'. i -

.Leav .Otiaat ottBaoo ,t ... ... '. :It, S, ,.. ,'i H i06 ,m.
Arrive Nashvillae ..... ; at....
LA Ivo Nashillle; ... ., L',L'A N |{ ... .... .. it. ,it .i ' '"t40% ta "
Arrive it, a ylllt . N I k .,4.,;; : ,*'
Leavt xvansyilile i. , N' ... ,, ..,. .a. .
Arrive 8 Lo 41 w
(eveT Hv.isiA 1' C'. A it It
Arrive 'OhTerre 'uthA i.; ,, : n i
Uihis trails s tOti 'si4dard ol erfoti t p
reotrvations and other tiform atlion app to 'ilketX A It ,; .. '.A '
gusthin, or Athantle (oast IllstIo fthwl a W, Mls *thetfsilh kMp t 't,, V i '
t.r: l lthnliaia bl Mlagt t(<'tiketi, iood Ol ti ,00L0oo llii nfiS l e :' A' A
eipl ra!Jwli/ntl4 th iute nu tft l,, i ,lo o 0 il.0tiM 1 ., p Qlpl inI A /"

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S eop o s we the rIght
vA i@ Y pt I104l0f0 4I X@ Mr t. o .rs! 1/
*f0ve c, rTho Mr.tarr ioas n a anrg iae tor v tn Ii V Y L. ,
1*. 4)I, h&; is) 110 it r o owwin ,,- ,h whieh, if eletedhe will tep" ,D AL ,IN .'





cot N '*l.r(, li r). me'...l.h "e ........than...t...
9o gaged inbeal^of'ga*t ^8*t to 60fAilrnd just .ritic0i








SrKt, *t, e~avilfr:. ,,r, U" ne~i4, w^ . litoh, W ta;"i ),vo' lt n hri t ho and people..Wil itS, 8 I IJ\ .....a
1pqfiry?4)P ; h0r We4o inotthink that he has served JUG TRADE A P AtAtY
; t t 1 0i'0 1, h MfltP f c thte W ople thfully and wel as itye
;i$4"' 0hsh SW l; N .twy t tlouWtt lt'r i tt bm :4I rn t i tti t t 1029 Wtst Ba.. $ e F, -Il f1 t, 0d r




t*0,0 1 jelrlt ) t44aMt t r:1 0ohr,;Atlthr Un"< i fy *AouWet do inot th tink th o t thi le he ol e
# (O N, forItsh AlltrteM M i oqi t 4 4 .*D4tttat 4 W; W stt hotl sh$o 4j ilve hi m a h lgh er oflcq, to fo Q tk a z *e s A 4 e t 6 +r v tl eJ0
nO... .. .ttd...' the 0 of i r~n to qd n mwa renting iluablo rand lus ls ) 4a 4 ,Be;0 t Impl rt i olla I

btilte oor P(thni d IlollmRl I0aI t 1 1 l i I .



:i:tli, u: tg. s osT an s. l gbgpricesf.atiiu.srviste at!t to 1ok r: 2hwh ro. ld o I I. |A,




Th1 ^V1hrs.a'Wnel' - A Otiittt*1t4 lietwiNi re c. .th ,,tt .l ,,,.abor ob .em In that ,St .,ae Ru Ix, S 2orth 2egn 41 f'elrt.



A bm, ula 'V ln .Wtlr sod ; t ul t .aatu m Ia perfect ight t becaruse ti 'th as ^'which I. w I se.nacu lyl l, t comp er^tls n Kt0.ot ..' 2f 1(1
Otlt' writ icu Oc ist ris.to s e (tity ot, tneil, sat d ts. a n of the pwa. if they cannot show sh. to the sa's .4 OlI... BEERS ANJ ( ItR.
SrA! pfFWWI t )h c rv Al.r e t arr e t) ar sult7 r
o i sll )1 ih n ,)) .;': 1v t Ore m it'pa40
of tl s nte lut e l hra mtt thwalserve Mr. Ucn. s bje t v ann lorth t are llen ('01 2 00 Ilaiudi-Mail' (igita, N ) 10 3 I









(::0i^g ,a ar .n*41 s 's . .lig
'r.4 a.i .toin eea tniiets franse'. '.wnst totthtrt to' k b the an, Gets SI I Worth of Qoods Above $2 per SR.










: a.t :,. ,i,:. s i' a..l'.y ...........t... t . ''a-e:1-4- filli JlMfain rsfri.
hut I........t .. ., ,.. "oP fa ell1al Is.t00td h, agratt law M has r'
: ,,, ,.4 on letl Iallla.. h, i t At that "- .. e Mr was e y e a similar l .a.d it safe to 1
aiuitW at' 'for delegate Ats ark to ihi Attorney oblacksavillloasm was hoe say that Ekorida w41A have Rach a stat*
bra. to attetltto the' OtV* lvgal bosi. 1.gisttinre it April.1 'tO faer which
: aitt Poleston ha it~ '' time 'moi r, i tphat"I and n' aNN -
4ra t troll) the r tn for H iatt' ltt .'A*' b't W itda buty as o ity ll t 1rney to 11N. mE .Ramilt0ot 0xpt3ri OfI $
,tt r TWitlleaes PM tea., l 'r 00ltAo: the o w. that the city' htarest W e r' .l ? n it i\' ity' 1 oh waning labor 9 ii 1th
I, In,,.,c without ttt "tl,, ti't,, i t # Pat If and artic.larl hio.l h to carry on their businesst, .',iN
"t Fl : .. ... i..por ta . tt"tt "0 the grA .
o eta fr ae toN ti(ue of the s re -tA' ,yotriledeiehty Note Io W s the t
h 1 1 A isp Aew ting en Iht' \e over hi^s *autfro Mt lItare, the .v itf, 0o tehte hto A s.t'a# vagra tis t
itts*ty th dyss hi .t4 Onot Ha citly. .a.t.or.y. Agrees h "draft the u cit y t e I' 5 ''. I' 'u
i1t ettrtlawes tw $lt4itk i)perittln crit ato'' std "atlendul 0 alt legally ot t
.t" of s41 o1 .. .1 *t 01 t 3ou 1i t).U Att s lok n. t'o the reat ad t' . 5
'. th i .t ett a' 'stor h. ..e., '' ,''....f the....i. *h t-Ot .a.tI.n Da.p.. w.. e. ft y
400 6 .0 .14,1 t131114tionv. .. U,. .( *---o t *:,,I 9 t*i fa.it. ,; *










\e'ur iii the .Ito of the *a o i a. ,ah' 't l tat. M 'l ' fised a 1 wn i utinot ith. ^ haril of oale^ 14ita e attert ''r^l tartt4 w 0 1. 0I tl ls f to n r pt *.e. . S
sN^ patty ill tb l* mtt*S t lak toepreent hftt phl 'of1 a A:t. r i of* Abt o S2 all
vojth. tt it Ih O n O.9** 0 '44 0 bot le a* h is et'i Itert ''dutmetr., sil o t t mi .o th r Ho
ttOlttk i ol Ali 'V'otit a Itf'l otpe seA'
Ilkafe ti l, hs 1 Weti. t) ? CrsaitIal E gtx to '04hsr hout s sit atlor Or L A o _labo
'Choyti'priotrt R il, 1* ppt the ut util/o f h



1it 0A*st14M. tat UMOW-s:s *'Yig tsr4 w lll;ur.ty, llk-siti C lf I. cI\'ra t ( '3 dt
Xt e HA s .t4 'Slenl eit tt o th e tw o to jI of a it th e M' R A b u t .

tCwi 4. \t nvith Ti nr "t Ic ', at u" Sa\vantnah, Coumb 6:: C amder, Southerrx
11tha i, t rrw s 12 atia i's h. Rrs:'a?.bo1i'` e1h, Ric'V me nd, W ash-0

to**it, itt .iaal p'ak't ut '.. .... S ao* P a 1 evn t
pr*. o4a *Itd tew re he V5tI9n s as thel 'iarc. fv t
A tit K, 0 4 %wtt d
0 0 t ao to o t s o v ren l i t'P 4 0 to 'I rodo "- a: I I I
u $tl W' a ) 1 I k t "* 5 e 'it a (~i ** c PA iY ,Y'1It-
*Q'4l fr A t wta g a t s:' r a1 % dlk Virg I g t '6 't 1

06114ot tw'twe O tte ts Aty. artsWey and 4,I
.0.. .^ ^ .^ ** "Seaboard Ex press.
ttt ssw t ,W wli' lst s taiw tt Y"t t *l As ,e' win ..s
U.A 0. t,\cd '$ de't '4*- a e, Se aboai 1 Mai1



bn#&l.g ,,..itu wr# **'*"-W-?F- -SEEB--A M O ERN PULLMAN EQ iP rI' I ET
aW )i**.lri*tare r Al 'wm i "4 tak ti
S<, LIQ.UORDEALER ^. i^ c NmlTED a
l nets wh il* entN tse 'm 01 tk hi -e;t ,f rPsPill



vi4$'too 1.t1r411V to A~js kre n t',we




f/A MThe Fra
F R c', 1nd W ash -
SC,.:''A i


" l ; '" P .. ..... iT -q.. .. l ;' '' . '1 ? '"^ ** ' 'T *1 d q ' H L .....** '* p't '' ... .....te l'l*(to ^- *''*' d"".' lH;T ^ *'1 "' d "^.... . .., *"...... ''^ '^ '''' ^ V '' ^ ,* H
,i!1|rwa$*w 0 .*r g 4, rw' e . *'. *- #*'1 "" *.... I ." "' *.. % I'.*;
aM I SC' -
tooJo 4. ...iU w a a. . : ,

t^^ ^l'^i ACpflB P""'" -' '' A (I^











"One 1)l81411 NS .0 e 8,9
be"non i x i r




SJqGepL Propet4 e 0in
Ia perfo IXtive,
TO i t EhoiCtE 1i a peoroti liver li9 ges tio0 hteitda, h losi t i r
Witl Construct Flev Stores g ppitite',and daa l1 ,.tI .
WtheQ West Halt f of 'hi's ltAofts rtsulitg frn. ', .
-A'llinOe al._ '* '+ .. elIe se cuwistipation m.l'.
*., i ti ll o r re ovesoaloiiritefrom
h ropert, whlch' for the systeWn. ifty i enits a
Sone of the most profit- h bottle at all drug' stores,
rcinl4 p61sessions it4 the M'oley Lemon 'lot )rops
h iitu i mnediately cures coughs,
in sold, This property is olds,,sore throat and bron-.
West Union street,. and uhitis. 25 oiets 'a bottle.


Sftr6ntage of sixty feet oi West
aLand sixty feet on South OGaden
e1t, and is 200lfeet deep.
he east half, upon which s located
old building so long occupied by
, Duke as a saloon, has been pur-
ed by J.:P. Battknight. This lot
Otoi desirably located,
i West half of the plat, which: is
Ssatme dimensions, haI. beei lpur-
d 3by.J M;. Eidel., This is lso a
dealrable piece ot property, and
Endel proposes at onet to erect a
some brick building, 50x100), eon-
olng flIve coarnodious stores,
heproposes .o rent.
plans and speciti ations are now
tfate for this buIldIng, a.nd it ia
ad: tio begin work as soon as pios-

iistate has bee51 moving lively
ieasVille recently, but this is one
almost tlnportant deals whioh have

.ailkn'ight han rot, yet' expressed
aten itis, but it' 'is believed thalit
hllerect a hads.tlioe building on
newly acquired property,
RAMBLINGS FROM REX:
of Persons Who Come and Gp,
hich May Prove Interesting.
March .-Miss' Wintliidottwini
^turniod from, Wauahuoln, vliwhel',
,i0 be en teaching a 9chi.s i n111118si.
andf Mrs.a;. L1, 'l'Tonslnd mlid
en spent last Sunday with Mrs.
:Towntend,
*t visited the Gielntral
ty uesday.
rs. O.lM IBrown hns been v,8i'inig
J. C', IaxIIsy ltp lipst. few delays,
as Mattie Or-inonld has retIitetiod
Leno, whlre- she has just stoseod
i'of school.
i wenthtle haiis tpeei very dlis-
ble for thIe i1at1s weiiik,
'and Mrs. I). (C, .MIlnuoi ari e ien-
Biting the forni'r's iothelr, from
Texas.
ames' Fo'oto and WVilson are oc-
Mg Mrs, Candii's lovely homio
iason.
saw till h( -r(1 Jisrnrniitg regular

ted-Ths Oitrch to reorganized.
ALt.FAUQUA PROGRAM.
oie Who Attend the Taberna-
II Have Pleatureof Hearing;
atter: of iinformtatiomto t he
"Thhe Stu'v will l publisli every
the r chltutiautiat progritn for
so that those desiring to at-
Taberniaclio may know what
t. Followiilg is today's pro,

t. m.- Bible lecture, 'rof, J. I

'm.-Leetumre, tl bhi supplied,
"ni<-r"Captaln Jack"" Craw-
SPoet Scouit,1 one of tlle
of the platform, Mirthi.
m"hiituiery happily combined
et and Pleasing in Tasl i
Peterson, I625: Lake t., To.*
., stpeakintg tof Ballard'.s
Symrp, says;. "It has
to give entire satistaletion,
ogh remedies it is my fa-
1 muSt confeWs to my many-
t .it wil do, and has done,
toed ftor ti-to ipeedily cure
o14d; and it is so weet and
.Bohoa BonI.'i

BDattor suteflnced te t,.sth
f Mareh 9 -Geort P


Mozley's

Lemon H ot Drops

THL LAND SALES.
Messrs. Phillips of the National
Realty.Company Did Fine Work.
Ti, National Realty Imlirove-
nmeit Compaythiy, whii ch ive ctionduted
two sales of town property in thia city,
have enjoyed remarkablite sucsi s and
are to boe iongratitlated upon their
wonderful work.
.1H, B. 'hi]liip, .tln) getueratl mntiiger
of this firm has extoruised wondllstaI
ability iin advie itsig and ianaiging
the affairs of tile salle. lie f s .exer-.
cd very cleveroiethliod, and tlie effects
as will be seoen lave been wonderful
when.i it il airicpd that iatV thi Ea it
Gtievill sale at which the titrt,
thirty lots were sold at an a vevrage of
$7C eachlida.l ath list asile on i'eSi4l
lJih rL y street thou lot brrogght front
*l7 to 14), tAveraging t40 per loht.
Joieph 11. Philllp, tih presidelintof
the iatiionl llealty (/itiaiai.y', woas the
auitit(,t i'e r in the s titles. l M r. Pliillips
is olne of th tl< t ln i most gu(mo ft l"lIl
aletioitiD trs ill tht. ipr'P.ifqti )lt, indl li S
work lhs proven that lho. iiu ti'-tl sd
his b hitiiness. This tollinpallyis *ai', of
thei strongest in lthl country, and lso
far has con(Muct ed live. htlndreii nd
tlhirty-hitn sales in real esttti, Mall of
witichl liv eeoil very suleessfu ti,
'Tihe MNtssrs. I'hliiliiop expet'L' to mitlk,
tlitir doi partture this imoriniig[ for Ta'i -
pa mii Mt e(,rsinirg where Ihey
havlieV : ,igIageoits ti.r the ilction oalot
of city property. They made i iny
friends diiring their sojoirn lo hr who
will be glad ati tli-h ir rililurn
HuianriitV's Weak Spot.
Tli r e, ei mori dtiat hs d.(irvctly id i e
to wn'tl.t lngs tliii to all otih r diim-
enasi comtl)inld. 'l'lTny iar, hivmiiinity's
weak ipot--tli hbreediig ipfiae if o (on-
Ruillptiiol. Wh-l 'h tlihe slightest. wy.llp-
toni of trotihbl is felt in t l things you
should hIgiin the u o of D)r. Bosh let,'
(irinallii Syrup at once. It Is madle es*.
p6ciihlly htoootllle, heal and nstrengthenl
tle..IutAgs!, throat a1id brorilbial tubiis,
Gernmatin yrlp i i iliever-failihg rte edy for .consitlltitiot, 'Trial bottlie,
S'e. tlig bottle,7f75C. At Johnlso Itroll '.

I F.VC' I O.I-Si l'Oire. VW/,rrk.
i*v, ViiIY.'. :', n:l:h Aii. pt a r( Uaol I, I.'.: i' at" .''itt .ili f't,('Prll'4ho .(l 'lN' v lo;i i to Ii' )'tii tI a h;"!!y h'.)1 tlh
U eil it. i p't. I' .rt r foe h ft f ia -it d (' ,.
.Whrlrh roortitd t1,Bt00 dl4titha, 60 oft
which wn4r t attrtibuted to, pniurlion lt
For thif eoirreBspontdiit weok of last
year, thr e were 1.40O doathi 3.,
dlie to rnitnonlfti, -'The totOl ntir*
ber of diatlhs from pnoimtnonhl In the
itale d3uringll sannaury it, ivhn t. 1,1i0,

Children's Cpouhi and Colds.
M Mrs JOe i leo4. thl, 3?7 E ltlit, Hlut-
hinisoni, K,.Kap, wyIfit "hI have igivten
Ballard 's Ioritond Syrup. to nmy chtl-
drea for d !,ia antd colds for the pat
four y.ears., il find it thoi jiit unedf.
cinae I eTer neied," Uiltt1ikenayemosigh
syrupis, it contain* no opium, but will
*oothe anid heal say dilase of 'the
th roat or l.uong quoteki 1th!n othr
rem e.... < .. i ..ciB^ .+. .,.lt



' oter; 4 e -iebby At .fl dietht Nt


SOF MEMORY.
lPeta i Faino16 t hin b v That ee. A% .111
knot R hd iiIet, "s
,o1 e smiph of the marvels 'of

te hhihpat eutlcieity. hByrua i'ew r ,i
a:lsi t. w 't ,o ti ite.l ; Ati i 116
O uld kl t lwit;; ntov elyjit oir *of
Athien alit 1'ii i' n tt1 o all'luotoui l
edl to l\000, rti u'i't tpt.'s, ki ofks' Po"
t 1OW 1st1t1 I1 I alt ti is bY
8 u ph, :kli 3'w atill 'te th th itott at of
Rotut' M ontc a 1tt ht .of oldti e

tlir Ott et 1,t 'iii o d leli itt Itic


itw l rOii-et by- liillelife.l epnt pupitls oll'
"liilis prtoiet', i eilt t i pits' heItr t''sr Ip n 'li h 'h



to 1 t iha. t>
11i;t I .it .I1(' i l' otlr tlli)il whvl Ik I I lnlo




siitio u, I (l itr it ii tir i v 'o i ivtill i to ltiti
Oi, li r plltd. bl tt lll, Iont lto rnt pU l is t'
il- ,l th iwtooe f\tiegllt, w itifo r wornti
oi, In tihi't l itioit li t .tii ut t l i-petit lisit


\it f Ntiti Ilo tt i'i, Witins- up(1y \iolt '
V it'1-it I It i tt '
\\ rlIls.


THE SCIENCE OF A LIGHT.
4I ie1til vI t lo Ii am (lI. I WI DlPit tlitm V(rp
out il Hi 111 ,ti( l tilte1 1.
i lulti p ii lltoaIl t i l 1it' i '|l (.I 1 t llS
ltilt l et l I'rr' p i'ilV'liOlKi. 11 \'lt llpsIfliot n lar-.,
I.) ti titp '',.lit' tiiitllS iy '. tlhi II '+i' llie'tt


lpIp " 1i4't ;It M.h l'ialsO
pi I'tn'i)' i ;y i ik.h." l l I th 'ti tl t I t _i ti

i lo. .I ils i l I tlIs h Il l 'l 's pU i.''I, a ili
a ii''! ('(l !.h'p t fi i t'ili' :.. I I p1 s tI t'pll Iltll it,. *.. 1 '

of'tr ,i't iiti p i t l .iii" i t itIiy 'tp'i t q 'I i

tll. t, '> ri XV 'oi!/*ll i ti Iii .I.); it i, I i- i5
a1 ttu, p't ptipt iii I i i I' ii i (I" l t It ,



t n ho i'll i t ii.' .t i i'i it )l lir ht'oi hI u I
tp -k <'il i1;) I I .:, lll ffll *,l'u';i U (: l .lli w I ,
I i i ;n v l l.yIi t -. l i i<, I'll tlttt
Sirll I I I Vo I ,'I'; t > )1 ; 1 )ri m il r! l" I .l
( 't 'd(I M'r., \ 'lllt.l ll it, l l ou i.i
,lnu'i i:'11i ti' l ir; h hiu Ihe i.t I lr fi i htn
h t oullt i < hl'l t ri.lil t ;I k,." I'. 'i l 't ihh l
It1 w i i i it )iir l'a I I ,(i f' I tif tl lhI i V ll, i ilv tl il t l t 1, i.s i u i;.4 t gi :11s a ; ; '
ih t i nh'u i \Iirid i ia i Im l' !ui",-, V'i, lihy,
I 'rll h- nllilil I noIII W ),

t elircc -*iUk n t cl 1. d 11 i ') 14.1 s I Moll 11 sy1 m. l,, I) I l III-
IA'los ill li' l' l l t il ; I( b i l rh l I
plic l ;Il i,1i' i' ( !f lnf 'Iit I 'I
W iln' i to(uk', lla-4 ri4 t h p-l 1 t1r1n0 .hli4 *i'\
p,' hri'ait liMt'-i Uti'rtitlhnli pli'ir, ini
<'i l W III liili. I tI f i t :il I i I!-il 1 1. liini l i I 1g li
flro enp'lo i t i lli fr h ii r "ro*tri'oil uiiiit
of inirunpllton. Tlim ilip l WM allk IIM K

n wonk .vorlildlii .if Iliir lihe i ll', hlinig
sild hb1 )ld vvt Is, wt, i r al( irov n t 'uit
abllhe, N -dh'i l liBrief.






0 0
ianlhl nrril ,> i'r 1P n ripltl.

Foe Q:r


OHIESE LAUNDRY.
l.l 't. i >s[ll t (k i '


New AuiHlry. All VVok. iarmalted,
Prh'l itcesasOnalhh. I'rinMptN trrles.

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
.Utittder the ')rove(lsvlii'. of an ordlniiace
ejmitlted. "An Orihiiarlei to provide for
ian t.el tion to deterrn)io t 'l iiW ht'r. ort
not* tbooda'hali be koi,<-d tfor. th'e pur-
opfle' o l. oon lr OiiR' -t r i o t.iis CK
if. aiinlea lHle, .l 'trtdii '" !i>' A. i l.lw w .(p>'roviot h i
,| '.t9( if a tn slit'lrtf-t t sl its
Kt, i od lti.d i apo s i, i t l


t tot&o( r the piurpo 40 6( austs
It vorw f s *tiA41 d ,iof'W-4
^t**'f oaf id i e 04?t6 e


14 *4 proulaidu; '*of


C R U SHh1I Q UtIti
lhmst thetils1 a e whenh oeoith
odyst. i'ta otft A tltitota w a 'B)sla Cont io i lhiood 'oson, The

i,, a ,i ,t.ht o .. ion. a .d Poit gi, i ti ng withi a little''




at of, th e aa' m iti ru td attt, k.S i bioti e d u r l e ipi l :pa rts c olt l eo


posed eatirey o1 veetab ingredients, ". 8, M
I' tt destroys ever vestige oT1 the poison, purlt ies the
S'lsi od nd remove's all. danger of truattilttiig the
av ^ pawfll taiit to. others Nothing else will o this.
t Strong ntitteral rettleues, lik:e ter uty lid potosh,
dry tp the i oreLs id drive itn the disease, ut do not cure permanentl
Std for U otu e tht'eatnoent, loos~ i d wuti n wi n if i an lle o LeidcaY
dvitCe or u'cital inform ovation. This v ci o ti oi n, t ti n ries the
.bloot ..F1t4A rew r O il ( ar, og the
vw_ wmwin sprmr.om, ":A014


G. S. MERCHANT & 00.
Is -.t, ,od b ers in


taple and Fancy Groceries,

rain, GaI0de n s d n Frtilllzers, '
s1) 1 p i V, is AlIliV p GAJ lilS'LT4C IX PLOM A
Iliy,-ht, ip i-rks'tV, prti''o paid Ifr %Chi iKins, E igg aId other PrtAttua

A. C lp i Of I' Ipt- 1 !" s o f t .. e.. .l* tte'; lt.il tmur, :"limr Mf .eal ,$tttra It e
I .. .. ', ; ki .ox il) ly I h Ie, V8itY II T181, goods a, t.h L Oe Vf
.'tP r -I' Ml" >fl.Il l 'lhl, lllltji guaranl tell.l. satl|fa-1 !oni' 5alhwA$ '

IS YOUR OFFI CE 0UT



ka 1 1 lit I h te yu a d'httrl i tma t sal ,
**L-~ ilji^ i^ 'Li 'f u ,.fI hl l re Yi(1^ 't, t),ii!!+ii) lm ^~i.


f"~ is t, -. I t'r s h i~ ithint 'rs-frotit your tide
i sitter illli to ll ( n yiiiU fi [all tiul iJ
t l ytr alsor ottIs(tgra pht er or itl
boy. sw J 't puiit rsiI fi, froit ypmrt seat c
.' ihplmig g' 1 s inil o l i e to' t ea It
r -" mitl i {t uis I t 04 lty 'i i t n s i fitI

(GAINESVILLE GAS AND ELEC
TRIC LIGHT COMPANY,


..... .. WHITE.'S .-CEAM,
SVE RMIFUCEl

For 2 ft rs t asLed ltel Wormem I s
it's,,.,,si >,u......a -. ,IAMEt F. BALLARD t. toulit.
it.-""i t is b (J1 h-mt l( i, l Brost,, (.tjailes ille .


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We a lwy keep a fulant
oompleto stock of ,,:
Gentlimon's, Boys' and
Childrons. Clothing, $Shoes and
F urnisahing Good,

TO 01t OUM.99*TOWN
PATRONS.
W AiL OiDERS RECEIVE
PROMPT: ATTENTION
O'k I R.
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rad displayy of DR :SS GOO. 1


Our stock of DRESS GOODS i, ready for your, inspection.
Ad w ext ~d to you a 'cordi invitation to call on us aio n
t.spect our stock before buying. We feel sure that in our
large stock you will find something to suit you,-and we know
"Our PPri"e Are Rightf" LA)IES' .READY-TO-WE &R
SHIRT WAISTS and SKIRTS.


e Alway carry a Cmplete Line of the Following Goods:


VELVETS
PHOAIIYO
PAfAS0L85


, EADEfS OF LOW PRICES.


::** 'LDOiESTIC


CLOYEP
UMIUELiAS


WHITE (001DS
UNDERWEARI
TIIMMIN(S
NOTIONS, ETC.


FANCY GOODS
HANDKERCHIEFS
EMBROIDERIES


o!ld ill Tlh ThrivWlg Town,
THt VISITORS ARt NUMEROUS
Dancing Party Qive in nHotiHor of


Vitingl .Youing Ladid
tW(bsrry, lJrlhl ,--rlThe beautiful
om() of Dr. staid '.Mr., V'thotMas Mo.
Loeotalwa thrown opent to lteir mAuny
trioetdl, Motaday etitt whot spent, a
;. dtelilghitftl eveningt daiolgi :
TheodaiteeWat w gIvMouhi honor of
is !'h loryda .LiAtigatoti of Br.litn*.
wiok, a. 'lThose who tttonlded were:
MrA haUttIr.' t. W, vivingstotn, *Mr.
i4 Me. Landb, Mr. and Mrs A" '
4 tnOl, ,D. May, Virgil Whitet, ertak
Otix, ltaldwing, E 'T Hienderso, Nora
.aullits WMioses ilorytda ivingigton,
JI^eoN iteB.Anteront, lalwy O I', 1immt
Iltoiat Btertha Bx:ey. **attht Shop.
ard, Siforllti^tesars, ,V FBansd, li.
:',: P4,ioca, Boliver Kitiuidi O. p I.
| ok,. T., r \Avory, l. N, s_ iith, I)r.
||t^, ,0ut lift F. .Mar.nii,* Oharlryh
laughl.r, Wohani Miller,.I .
oa tidtss (toVir vi Y t1y .Turmoin,

N#* l %it, ry. e(it n bo a st bo of a new
,I').A a .' iI*. t on'e tio NeW York to
D.; Ottift of Albant y i. H it hi .
Mrs A, M., vingtio of Brrtti4itk,:
Ii tliii tiiiu litt'im tie \IV iv
S Mr0.nfh1h a (i t1tf Uitmn uo, ia
*Mitro No 40ah, n o Ol t 21., : W i ,t
.", v ...it e ... s Ite *, Mrs. JoIa

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tutNE19-0 DY D ::.
HnrrIbi. Tragedy l Otti let.t oyy "
g, Womtan's imd ,
an ated Rod tatiuowt white law,.
Satunayu aftearito,. i (1ota of
woodP near Wtog o Ke ica ni pkro Wlww
3 mite 'n ortth :o Atlanta4 aRd a MkU.
The '. wuty, .tolei,:e 'at IW ".W Swli,
to solve what lUa eleyV tohate boie .
a brutal murder.
Thitt disevov'ryof thte body was mat^ e
thy a negro woIan, wlaa resides. ueas
thile le t libt '1'H failed to r rert thbs
mattItit itti Moniday moratgnX Whea
as htlii(twr1ed her pastor. H. ntotIU
flied tb atIthoritlet at one of the ,ounu
ty convict camptp and shortly beI re
Ioo)n Monday the countyy pollci we
Matldox and Cheleire were detalle4 by
CMhif A Q, Turner to work on the
a.ot. antd they vtstted the seane anit
Mt oneo hali n working on the case.
O.r tltoublc Sellve.,
In nt Tt oru f ti..x ltl< t,' wt hi< t is .al
niost ;s wutcnnoo as onl'lnary dreawting
wv we q titt thle ,ls tl>iitet wilft
posesit faculty not always. gtvet 1l
to the: wtklngit s.et (n~,uwii l with T y
ownt. wvaiIng lf, for inatenfe, mty bnot
i AIp welf is f illost ti k prsointitlly iof
gnlttu. lIU \ t ) reate vlasihs that the
wAking seI f taun ( tmeti el but cannot
oltgInaite i ttnnot itrue to t iy nlem-
ty tf Waking imtpreiaion. 'ltes ap,
)arently trTvial thi s thitt tlpolhlt to tie
.tiatit t t f i tu ,t Wholly *ttni '1.
potcittxitiies to a tituli so everwydty
tOitiioitle e wl. an to a(wak quper

A Thousand loars Thrown A way.
hMt I, 0 W. liaker. of Palivliew,.
NO~, writes "My wife had l :
4 obv6 for over itteet ysear.. W\I
ia thttil d allia without. a
r hef. Ahe was ve.ry low anid I ,oa a i
hw.0 whia ftrierd auggetaed *ryimtg
i' Honey and Tar whio I d1d,
antd thanks ie to thi# great remedy, it
401 edIter hlfe. elht iirt thu *e sad atv
tw wihoot F'oiey tao 4 Tar at
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:', ,Cailburtts.t in Washington, ...
Wilal Wall, W, arch9.-A
.louthiburat has occttrrd above Dixie
itn the. foot hills of the 'Blue smoulo
taltls, and to a result the ranchoelI
aluUg Mud .croek bottom have been
iomI plled to te .from, their homes to
jthe hills". .Fears are entertained for
Dixio was oily 4 'feot above the,
creek. D)ottals of the damage cw.
,not be obtained as yet.
Mother and Daughter Drowned.
5L Look. March i -M!r5. oJaeoph
With tgton ad her eldestt daughter.,
TMairue were dnitm<< today tn atternpt-
ng; to fort the Moramec rver In a
tttgy, west of St, LIouts, Another
daiughtor saved herself by holding to
an overhanging tree for two bhoures n-
tlV help arrived.

All In the E.premstlom.
rtlitrt(ttt--Wle'i> n aked i.Brown how
hw Uiked mny Othello he ald, It was all
thnt met' ilt wisl.
liaItIltl teilt-I s; ho t0111 al t tk smlue
|thiig, only 1)he expir zw-d t. differently.
* lli(iele.- \Well, ntvhet I na5ked hbit
how he lik-d it lhw ntSi n he Crtainly got
all h' xIvtalln dof t idiantapolis Sun.,
liar atw|ierlp Profs.ir In i'I hlli. T rnlinatls are of-
t>'jiH sntn1t'i tol bh kept .awtake untill
latuntty and dttIIh result. Now, how
do yo0v S) ilup ti y {he1 kieepi theln ffrom
flitt!ta a~sle' little GIr @tldest In a
aitittflyt -I 'lw.t (h. gWe 'eut tt
'baly tio tltittk i;vt of. . "
"t "i utt w ir n 'or l t,.e.It W(old be
. y vytKti ul.t i\r i e-4 irt: n mi wha0
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Establish .' : ,1888


The Alahua Couty


(AIN ESYILLE, yLORID.A
Our business is stri itly confined to the veaious details incident to the own.
ership of land, and w e have no private or personal "ale to grind" in onmeetion"
with that business. W make a specialty of the preparation of abstracts and
mMake exhaustive tnvesti'ationof titles. We represent property.-pwers in .all
aH lmatersgpertaiiiing to the assessment and payment of taxe8 and the re-
denmtion of outstanding tax sale. When yeu-teed prompt and"rellible 'er-
vice in. our line call. on or write is. Notary public in of6Mee. '
"; ,* B. R. COLSON, Manator,



ABST IRACT & "REALTY COMPANYI'
[I : oorpora.oted6l
E. E. VOYLE, MGR.
Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in this
ewnty. Onur manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.


FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INS.RANcE. epre.
sesingt a number of prominent Amerlean and English compazin..
REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOAS, .e.

JS. GM.Ghi. President Go HRU, ViPe-Presi


THE FIRST NATIONAL BAK
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O:NY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHAU 00.


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SANNNCMENTOLITIA ANNOUNCEMNT


ent 4er tll head. notexoee4- ,

Sir oI In btlsbhedl T ,he andiy
?J' AvIW CE' AVnocnoezaeets

Or thea .eipalture.
g7 nol ee a candf red-
pah Leipisiztare, subject bo the
*H prilh, 1r e aornt14Yd, re-


rplated" by, many f(iends, I an-
ace myit ae) b candidate for Repre-
a e :lvri9li, lac&ha0a county in .-the
.iLiWitlature!, subject to the bl)lim-
prl) ary, If elected, the p'.o.
sol Aacha ucan feel assured that
;r interests will be well ta-
are of ini our iext Legislature,
Shall especially exercise my in-
Be. tor 'tae eniactnient of a vagrant
siilar to, that now in force in
rgia, which has done so much to
e the labor problems in that State.
A. U. HILLEARY. -
hereby announce myself as a can.
ate for Repreasntative froni Ala-
lia coiunity in the iejot Legislature,
pjedt. to the-action of the Democrat-
hrlnary, and solicit the support of
,fellow citizens. Respoctftily,
S O. M. TILLMAN',
For Sheriff.
Af .Deoorai'tic Votras of Il(cehlua
embrace this method of expressing
Wrmes appreciation for th con-
Acoe-o placed in me io 18ll90, and
noU from that date to this,
:ltierely 'trust .tht your cbonfl-
S asotbeeh betrayed. have
a tred to hei very best of my
yto 6,w .ly dnty,ren gard i8s of
px8s or the cOn eqie eno t o.my-
f, ow ellvI l vhav" succeeded I.
ei to you t ledge. I have' been
ourtaged to belIeve that my e.lforts
e. received .tho. approvalof tlhe
e.ful, law-lovng citizens, of our
Pty, for whIlh I am truly thankful,
iagfin r candidate+ for the. off ite
erfatid will appreciate your. sup..
itid promelse, If rteo- ted, to re-
amy duties unfettered with any
Sto special favors, and shtll'en-i
Vor In thei ftiire,as in the past, to
y duty th best I know how'. Proim-
lgif elected or defeated not to boe a
dr ate "for tha otlise, again, l'lts-
fully, L.;.WFENNEILL.,
obrAcet his methodd of amnoiicing
date for sherilft o this
I ')ctfully solicit votes
iOtlAlalon in in the county pri-
r.4 Again thankiiig my coristitu-
for past favors. I.espectfully.,
"1. ii. WILLAI).
e Democrats of Alhi.wta (.i'iy.:
innuotince myself a candidate for
rift of Alaehua county, stibject toi
oDemocratic primary. If elected
l11ldischarge the duthis of the of-
'to the best of'my ability, and so-
the suiipolrt olI Dolinoralnts. RI.'-
tfully, WV. C.11lAGUtE,.
For Clerk Circuit Court.
i 1)Deocrat. of Alachuat .(CrMb/.
the State Executive Coinmitteo.
selected the 1Oth day of May for
ing our priiiwtry-election, I hereby
unce myself as a candidate for
portion of C(Jlerk of the Circuit
ltofAlachua county, and 1. Holicit
ly thle vote but 'the support of
leiide to .tcciure my nomination.
aetd .I promise to .lIerforml theli
of the office faithfully arnd fully.
a'. this promise knowing thor-
what those duties are. They
hatready been learned by exper-
Iand I trust that all Democratic
Smay consider my appeal in mak-.
eir selection,- Respectfully.
SAMUEL II. WIENGES.
spectfully announce myself aI
ate for Clerk of the' Circuit
tf Alaichua county, subject to
mocratic primary,, and stollcit
port of all Democrat,. If elect-
11 perform thedutles of the of-
the best of my ability, Re-
ity,' S ,J. 3 AXE o.DcELL.
BinOV Superintendent of SchoolS,


ectfuiy announce myself a
a, for the offie :of Superin.-
of Public Inistructlon of-' Aa-
nty, ubjeot to the Democrathr
solc(it tlhte Spport of all
At, and promise, if elected, to
i hoinolable effort to advancee
Ie school ititerest* of the toun.-
OEO M. 1,LYNCHW
: .. ........ 0 Y W .
an nee mus elf ia dalndi-
i mfle ot lai '0 ende0 t
trection oif Athe a .eun-o
,l4d .citful J!soicit
J. 0.Y K(ILLUM.
..... r the of.. e. .'
of Pblih o IntrUaetion
7 ty ,byeett6theia i
D 4ss ws, If


fior unty a gr ct
duties ftir laothiaty inth paiti l3
tinietoldos in .e thtt4 Iur el.onfl
dae Slla t very ratefufetraydr te 1(so
potof the Demooitthi voterI i tlb

Frienrtd8 arid 1 QMo eti^en 1
I am a candidate for County Judg
and beg to ,ay that in the past I serve
you faithfully, and ask: you to truAt m
again, assurit'g you that your -ont
denee will not be betrayed. I ask fc
your votes, pledging that I wil i)
true and (aithfi as in the paat, Youi
truly, A. CA'RTKj$|UL
For Tax Assessor..


GA : Ft Olu DA, MARC:' '" 4 '14''





O-no : t ** '.M. W o 53..O. I, Eff t b. I 1904.


oei ao t et11 t1o ftwa sh i tae ........


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I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for thel ollice of Tax Agsessor
of Alachna coutity, sabjeet to the 1)eui,
ocratic primary.. Having been appoint-
ed to fill ot the unexplire( termnof my
predecessor, I nlow aik the good people)
of Alachua county for their support at
the polls. I will do all in my power o
make a faithful and ellicient as eiiisor
and to make a more perfect set of tax
book each succeed iln year. Respect,
fully, WILL S W. COLSON.
For Tax Collector,
I hereby announcer myself a candi-
date for rdiOnminatioi as Tax Coliec-
tor of Alachua county, subject to the
1Deocrat ticprliary. If I am nonml
nated aid elected, I shall faithfully,
consclentioisly. and courteously Adis-
charge, the duties incumibelht on the
oflloe. I repeotfUll,. liit.?o.0iri sup.-
port In. the -coiIng lonapapiEic n ic.
speetfolly, W.. D, tKIN8SO.,

For County CommIssIone. "r. "
I take this method of announcing
inyself a candidate for County 10orn-
niTlsiolner froin District No. 1, subject'
to the Democratic primary. If elected
I shall serve tilhe people to the best of
my ability, exorcising especial caro, int
spending the taxpayers' nloney,.
I K, T, H '%1AWTtiOINo.
Iltwthorin, Fla., Mlarhl 8199N.
Tlie friends or MAl. 11 Slaughter here-
by announce him as it ciindidate for
County Couimissiontr froa i Distriot
No.,2, to succeed Counity (olfi:iSiiioi-
or Thad C. Bryiant, who ailiotii.cmis
thlt he will not ,ii a candidate for re-
feection, if elected Mr. Slauihtler
prom ises a full and faithful adnininis.
tration of the affairs of his district,
and itika the uiipport of the Democrot-
ic voters of this district..
For Member of, School Board.
The friends of Capt. J. A. King, ap-
reclatiig his i(.llniillit qiuailiiathionis,
wort h and integrity, alllineiiiii iiin it
ita andidlite for minjer of thlt school
board from district. No. I, unild r.s-
pvetiflly solicil t iippiiort (if all who do-
sire an honest ar wid s l x e lli(l Ii Ir. iof
connty suliool funiids
At thi reqtllAt of. my, friernds I ain-
nioutiee niyself a ciuididattte for reini-
ilation for member of th0 Btoard of
Public .Intruction from ntlstrict one,
aid earnestly solclit the votes nod min-
thlene 1of all Demiocratsatt the pri.
mary olectini, ptldsiiing myself -if
elected to doll that I d1an for the ed
vocational intorersts of tho eouhty.
..... 0, i y,*WEIK8

Registration Noitlce.
The city remiitratfon books are now.
open at mTyoffice in the U., S. Land of-
lce, wlierenall peri.oni qualified to reg-
later can do so until th.eioaingi of said
books at 4:00 p. m. on thile second Sat.
uilday ln March, the same' bng the
12th day of aid month. J3, M. DliU,
Olerk and Treasurer City of Gaineii
vil2e. .17daw to 3o 1

ILLIN01S CENTRAL 9.R.


World's Fair Route.

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fail to I ll on ine when i iin J ack ti

hMlDINANDl BAIYN E, A, /
ATTORNEY A.T l.AwV, i.


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3 o 04 o 3 7 to 4 I a 11 7 I R I
an ll sell your city property, (iil6- IJ, 0 5 n.
proved and n 6i prnov l1, plihioshat, I I
truckitig and tarmling hIlidi, Stind him j i 't
aliAstof what yotoi i r for isal. 2142in '. 10 lO I i" v 1 i 7 ft l. .

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C on ,oninaod Ihdiilo l]otvweo Jaoksouii e otod St. A4,L
Surveyor, and Notary Public VILLro'P 1 t4. 4 0 i s t A
To A 6 No. + ill,; rina Ny t.dlh 1
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('0e11c yal'el 1 oANpreda iN ty. III N 'll i.

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ered by Our Reporter,

ftONAL AND SOCIAL: ITEMS
hait as Happened and What is Gong
'OW lqappen. Told In Short Paragraphs
i That -"H Who .iRus May Fmkd
,tli Sun.

Id netwspaperfor al-Mat The ~un

a 6editadrlilfefnur andce tto nt
,iunid,-tHouse kelty stamp ed ran..




-lionsott'es Wong.ierfil Salv e for sale
Wi. r ttl.i s W , iy
0f t axesrX.. wt be praid thIs mo th.
etol mlosthe April Hi. 21 rin
Proae 8lWeltern ob goand nttordr jst,




rcolve4 atw Apply 's market. W;
lhl,' df f . .Arred.ndo '
'Mr. ad. MB.rodwin o. 'ii Sprng of


, re trading i t he city ues-
S' r. liaptoIar, oratio J. D ., Jr.,a
sttOrkterday.
.fr nlo-rry, wrleo r wgod order,
;Pi' ver aoApplyit roturois W
mald a brief visit to friend in this'





city yesterday. ,ad The u
KilslWlnitlle Troite.r of Rtochelle is
ott a visIt to her ister, Mrs. i ,F
uke, in Otis 0ity.
W, WI viamptoit, loratio iDavis alid'

Mrs. L 'l Webster departed yester-
dal, for Mulberry, where he will visit
t'psti'ves for the next few days.
0r0 Aiii 'n .OrtAnt Lrofeaslo'mtal visit
to laoksonvillo 1111 t. Augustati,
blty yesterday Iad l.'aid The 8u" an
04 eable call, roinfwig iLs s lsorip-


, .1oh ardson of Wade spent
Iau,,and lloiidtiy In (imieaMivlll,
gUot of h.ls4da> tntald . *
i llva hlll I departed yesterday
lavlnn mh, where for tih nweoxt few
Sahe will be the guest of is s
am enham,'*
vi oat 84periMtoemnde ttl A. Ford
'ii Atlantloe (least I.Ite madet himW
irtHaro tor dntih Vioridt en otholti
aeftri s hofu BB tivfnutonwil.
lad (!lem'n tthat ha e IOt agtalt.,
'o ilero weeka' oongI.iaViit tu
i Wpdwmiima a i '..:





bjE iftyy ti 4ayi Q Ito' Wai s
the ro u se
aiths ia t saas airtoAbbot ,


tiugs, Oolitg, Pdltg,ote
;horseIt something fmo r, h'arnd we see *Bojie ^Sa r 1a gpon tas
d L Ii... iw of saftUtn of lo : panae1o*.mv Bought f oar Lot.. Sold Ii a0 ,
SOnil tr a g rf a Or llSllo et ready for quantity.
Taerto$n~ eer dongtJhe vitor to p t,' thegood4 oil~ j odld a*nd sum i a nis t"ine to
,tl 0n int' y ofeasted y. o V , o.0n1



ru i gbood e batie o y ilg h pr. r o he a ilar s io n t rin dtil, u. AIN LLE, FLA
was among those who eakne to Gaines- III Weou t rade n dare I rer t 10c tlt ei l te r$1.0e5e
yuwle oB boefa on yeeterday. a Whiih in 0 2 30c 2'r d...............75c
57tdeq l 9 D ted Goss t5 to 6ho ydo atuma8oale 7 p er o.. mi2nan ii|
wflti don, J rja., 24,da*tw t-flO( )1' O i doz.
George a Hunter of ,ae, oe f to -- u erVe d
t hr a t s e t io w su c e s f u *l te r w ow b. a s a etf5 l l .'O d .o d fe 9 Su m m er V e s t s 5c h

....bok to head.i.Uarterswhenjou I tee a a thiss I i d. Co $ I orlaKR n '
e .gag or t bredin ptr t ols, O.L50 set- are t n g fr t owith .t bet a r n t l ha is
l'o tg. I on'y eggs oa it, at ar time a no iNa t s a ti on t1 '/
'A3stet t, w t lf . . I aY" o.ts


A'rvedoudo, 1Fhae dim 'ods ,v il SO fl
the eacon H oyse redt _ason



stores,' ha. chonge(I hanws a3. O

ai o ,r a i snerth Custa & ill. e r the Atlante
lor.a hort t etil yeerday. tr e w rrolto's market today, i t o G .n.ie Ito of G ODS .
n route to is home frod the' We Henry W n of W dsor wa' ev| Sam Jone lecre o, houe o.
pl, where hto has bo on b e og th v r to this t yet er desire.to hear this great leh se n
nne..ted.with tho e .amp Phosph50sat. oar isr fatrcoetoHarwarWta. Coasthttntotn
t^dorp oratroo',.w, ;.itI.bor eo fft ev t oe dsr *n r:.gula tns yearr*and ehs ero l :*
Walt b Ha aensgo, thde elever t aven e ll. orh e b rers apm ttaT ,e t h e
rou.ndg a 1enga agl of'me iheprlente l .gfh S lri86, 48 otton Baldwn h trddIJMa ilt le, FA ,l a n ee r ph t




Si ilr, 6R o, ,a, isreglste a 1 Sherlf T, J. Perry of Ro a 30 ., Of ( n vinle

..1 H utehnstthe lovea an oinintsoelle Opomeptry. thtoter abl e h e .
ohe 841 6 ,ea a 0r Re wrt4Vikp, s A el H RI eg &* sitoa rs t1 is 0cftot l us direeti ed fatH thMIae ver-
one of the rmos e ridel knnA,: ad 'Ja stro nd sdi n atr f' ooin Shadko fl Jacso.



ooco aful repreentsativ ofthe Hams i rs tlyr o in hl.oor ot New York prt nmiples orand his goods are acll thi
mfue nd g oo d r it el 1. .u1 b in e ais 't Ti"

tan aekang fompare departed es, oange. ,8-dtt could be deitret.
toerda foroa and. other pola t r rrollo ot Jacksonville, the "t

p popular trainy men o- tr e road 't oue l sete r. M.1r. Moreflro Ce AND DREW P


W, G. To hseo, frm e rly rof t hi a kty is the tlev eeretth travalitg men .tis iin
sbutewho ( forthe tat oft horee years m ha O ,I tohe Gadil.qune rs ofvYtork ncIple, and his go s al nu I :At 8
b lode engaged in mthe.exproey earvicein e lends.and customer always oulbit disured. Ston
othe r aptly aof d l ohen rla pspendth i.t he oglod and vl t0,e t




a few days hero with hs. par rnte n The pnds of. Col and Mrst d J,... -rd . . .
efrhisnd, Of pr, To es0y wilo s r egret to I ynpatheze wi t th e thr w. t sT ..:.
.learn that he has bee nt d posed for !t1 ofs their son, Master toem I .ts ale O 1

w fthe pat few day res h r im g witt Pa einoiia This n r- LehnldC frN 2:1 03 b e
h eboo ft ggad opit t am es r lan w lbh meinxn l e the s am d st mer al u iture tod C la cks, i I0 i nL ll








pleased atthe ioformationl that he s of this dr eaded disea ,e'thi IE o ny S, ton E lhient i o.)

stIllimproving,oand nft or. Im or- teB t it is hoped that mis'in. FINE LINf NEW GOODS
seen occurs hie will be h abled to l sit ta' notroveser ot, '. TAE (OH TA

up i a few days Mr Grahm has llemig, pastor of Mt. n .. co e I.
withetood the o rain remartkah ly well, M :o otist mrh, has ilaugu,. .. ....... .. .t..t .or.ersot- i
and the iehances are favorable that he rat val at his eltmroli on Sou th- "
will be enabled to come upon the Ui tret, and eopli Open arly and Late;
stroets ln.a short time. ri hel of good, The revIval ervie the BEST
ls familyit this nfty ol J. E. % Hudson dur time t hr o have bee'nFen tr
. returned y sterdayto amponi where aB ir foit to' the hghrmh, one amous continental oysters
lth engaged pho t th r paiutavsiture f, worh thev. anddrip o fee Western steaks,
lti e o. g d. n o i. r ;Specdal attention tsupp for
oty for manyt yest and e friends 1 a program n ve splanterof ty r less plat es Special orde-"
S o ra hii a t nt h a o rsreglar meals Try one of ou ra
iHesI entarormlm m btl iel ss iNn the ao f tf cabbage of astings D I.. i tmeal eine u
mau .facture f lumber, however. va were overy 'fine, and .,he .-"
Rom .I Weeekst a announcees himr. wh sed t f i n pres ,o eis,,,'tt Ln..g "a|M|
t~i.u~a. i "eloin on h pri.es t tl .. ',roll* I |I to sel A












self a idate for rot inaton s a the has only one acre '
n~mtber of the school boa rdfm dis- ta from the pmsre. N W"O .... --- -
tr it on e.W B;, Wping s hWi ndsorpa Rev. SaO C j N 1 ra tsfo f









ita ami of time board, oI f whiohnbus4lttt hu timig tnreiayfrom JU Toes ad large
has bet l a member for several year,. oTh i 'oUncle Bent" PortBo 'Ir raite t Erom. l fe
an. hias served tme oontity tthfully w Hegt n will regret to e ar B
s d ly ir .soah ch capacity. : H'i.s1 no t joe. e~o tn to~e t :s oil",e .....
friends will labor earnestly fr hi, e bt ii n h e Rl soal a ttentd



mid h. nd l. etituly m I nh'r esptci tr yl.are. F in o hisl seve.ne "tim sltit~ly ltwo Days Only inl T oor
Ri), wi ns thes le. healthy and 3i1u 8 0 WN N1 rt1.I p h me at : 1


2i at" r

Ingep ssingeragn ofthe p1n, r a -B;yi Wuperinte) IIIOaindaIin.' Pr o, din tIhs UI onaT
yoar ii your. t. tand while there aour l dthat. he. wi' .be oa to hrii,, the" erat TU I)10




remedy y Ias re! mm ,. ao n drto i .' ".
n tep r tr maig ss r ,ther of yOndrn "up' erlnr eo y ..iiiO l;" oneI of 't hora : 1as. .11U io s
,, i.o ., 40M n to that, : S : I- '



Trfki s W pde t wi tI .;. .A ". 1
n onlaiit atttd ,eri end; bs4. bU n
Ankdy 0 tue ^ 'y s^ 000f~iN r y~e it 0044 oflo no 0, 1 ._.,L .1 1 Is:[t ^''"' /, ." 1' '* 1^;:L/*1


AAR iNs FOR" TIS WEEK:
i"td u 4B G"e "" ..... D e' .. .." Q har.0" n to . n. l

kd" Z 'endbo o, w *a rdl .... net
a-' ci5 Week.


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Prloeident Joh Mtehei pttedTo

AS ltho *:o arcn. -Repreean.
I LO, nClel o f tthe oal 8m1ines aind opera.
tor of the western Kentu ky 'dittrk' t
0 P'IRIT$L. mt lhePre to distluss the wage ea te
for the enitlung year and to eilett ol.w
ot Hiiatob WaW core
a ut Bll yon BY .the vton Keinmeky miners 'are
is PrtAttaokd' ge1i ng $'2 hits. 1n yth. d $t 2
al 4 .. This Ia lowerthan ,te
wages paid In some states and higher
A dlspatlch t rom than othet.' The convention will
4d tbere, t he,0 co0tin e' two days atnd I eslldent John
er 4t^temipt to Mtholl Iore pe ted8 to partl I'. pate i
t, Po rt Arthur t.o deltbra.ti s tmoroEw ,. a

'N RO 'LYNCjED IN OHIO,.
oraftn Militaty Mob ef linfriated Oh(6ane Shoot Mur.
4tlo~ V .**e r'i deer ,to Death.t
1, i t thie princgs6 0", March 9.-Qreat


oMlayAC on, who had killed Poliacemn



04e 4he'o;' tort duee and .shorfit's as dtn
whblh atand aide by slae, the p el
S',, gatheredd "In not4 anddldeuo ed 'to
qh 9.-Tt'ler, Is trady. T heree Is apparently no' dis
to that tu Japa r polto:n o make an te0o0t to dIaoe
"|aAv atok all the mob leaes. lo
While t nin deploy ds the
teet information community ii alost a unit ln tbeleie.
,Wed itself axd "s It aa taught the lawless element
tt firing a gt of the city a wholesome lesson.
jr# ,of the layo : Charlea J. Bowi did every
wtrs advanced thIng Dosble to p e o
ajor out
a d of ak' o rwal 4 Il, Tl*er Ohio, at,

p i hOe thta Judge It. K. a er, of thol so e comn.m
the food upplY pla0j.1 court, I deeply 'ohagrlu d over
laad eakhallen the at:on of. the mob. e was mal*.
itteeths of Ihg razne Q1s to call a:.' special
ao in additIon to grand jury to try, )ixon.
'v been ar .t 40f not belte; there wilol ob any
ring a.11ong the invs.i'gation .
stpd the fsah Moyor )1)owflus who did orything
tuary. The na le o tl prevent (the lynchil said
snifering from today: 8
ho Ruislan gov. "I called uP Shelriff loyd loutza.
a gunboat .li han at 6:30 la t evening and asked
provldh fr the hilt) if he anticipated any trouble o
rieodS s eoow as replied that 1e had no fear what*- '
ale 8trke' the oR' t AtSb o'lokl when I learned a mob
of the, Ruslan had collected at the jail I sent for
r. She i very to sd 4 squd of ocers to the jail
the i4ep4,rt th #nd bad every ,mon. Onthe forte out
" Crewl'wereon ty. I Icalled ajor T. o. urk.
1 04i 14 hth trick, of tthe Third Ohio, who was
Stuess ancsquAd- frauk t, say that the m ,ilita men iM
Swnohe t want to turn out to gSuard the
Ud or$ a wre JAil -They said they might e co4w-at-
tm afternoee lled to lootthslr friend. The ml
*t the adwirsl' U t, I.- tn e tl t out .fo
*tlb bu depressed a 4,dislike to do so. It
a Mi h All lt iaotnp ial* h eve r, to gt the
bir j fpsthd c. cto ltd1i'ert, to#ethier,

OSEABORD' MAY iECT
tim. Au alaed.
daat bk Us dIbl d Large cShop in Calfatb,4w Ga., i( '
Sthe Near Future,
Col u mbu), tar, l fmi^t# .-# t is prob
0ble that the Seaboear .Airt ne rtii-
t e will erect LiS aboeps t10 m.
isis rea4e-t B art 4x miumbero
of t4I4 toriu of the b pcowoy were
to columbus on a' to0'of wa"feWoo0n0
^ $att'dcay Land *#fttfIA thasp$irep
JIllygI pleated, wt1 thA ou*O*
1 at hth*e de4b h MRayo Obrappel*
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Naby So00a "IN Rotiou's Art Being,
'Hld in'That Thriving Town.

THEE VISITORS ARE NUMEROUS

Dancing Party Given it Howier of
C harming Young Lady of' Georgia.
Fish Fry Tuesday Commpientary to
Visiting Young Ladies,


Leod ws thrown open to their 'tmany
friends Monday evening who spent a,
most delightful evenig dancing., I
SThe dance was given in hoaoxr of
Miss FiorydR' Living on of .Brumnn
wIok, Qa. xm. Thoe whoatteded wre
Mr. aid Mrs. G W. LIvingston,4'
and Mrs. LaiUb, Mr. and Mr. A. .
r, .an4t Mrs. :attern; Me "1 .' ** O
datesA 0. Mar, Ver6l Wh'tu Berta'
of, B rald t oi1g, II.' .I. f )der.at Noii

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i ,ghterl Jhaynto Mllter., 1). 1.
Wether, peorge F'loyd, Chattl nh,
JobItir'n d 'Aso; foir oneyy hltur

Newberry can soon boast of a new
4ohine shop
0,1). iMay has aeoneo to Now' Ylrk to
purchase spring g iods
Dr. uit of Albany, *.(, Is heres
doing dental work, '
.Mms.. M. Ga,, is vi Ig her lon,ii 0, L.ivin g.

Mrs. Bertha Cox of Tittoa, 044., Is
vlfhtihg friends here.
Mra. Wofra Rlualhin of 81. (leorge's
Island 4 vlitting her sister, Mrs.Jbhn
White.
Misses etannieand Ploryda Livings.
ton of Brunswick, a0,, are visIting
relatives here.
Miss Louise oartor of *a(inesville
spent a few day with Mr, T 0uker last
week,
The people of' hawbirry enjoyed ao
fish fry at' th4 lake'# tuvidxy, whloh
was given i n honor of the visitors,
w BURN ODY DICcOVERRD.*
lHerrilie Tr.gedy Is Diocl'ged biit Na'
gr0 Woman's Farid,
Atlanta, Mrcrhx Ac T6e dead Oady of
n* aged' and known whitA 1a
SAturday afternoon 'in i tla34,p of.
foods near a negro eampin."g groiad
a nilec Urt*of AtLh it A i
The county ae:Ibt te e naw work lu
to 'sole what 4i believed to trye beea
a birtatal melrder.
by', a negro woai 01D w *, r" ide star

matter iinrt1i Monday m 0 o ntot Vhen
bd te a'utlnorsti0 0 One of As dO
ty oibvirt ratl" m t4 04 tobfty befloA
stoouf Monday *ty OOM 0 p iiobr otN tM I
notlued. Oommty' PoA4tuateasy Du
Madedox and (*Ohlre we dtr t
OPbet A. Q, Tern'r Jowork 04 the

at u. t war o A Usa
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[A1RCJ 10, 1904



$ttigation' Over iProperty v
Yhieided Over $,69000
the poseeAsaon of an MAll


bitration in Chicago.^^,^
In:e l yaimalt Io the B wed

t'y c forMAw mlntsonary, N.,
b ry, or Ban Jose, dal., andt
i directed against P, I. An
Clicago, another frler, a MI
o. V, Johnson, also of Chi
the White Star Minongv coe
which a um ber of Chlonagoa
tereoted.
The dispjt.i"l rJeac, es bao
i Art csiscovery of gold h Al


l;itiwl sactrnj foi hl, chis
he Altked o1ut a nuhimbe
o lae Thes"le claitls have
a slitlhe Into highly. lprot



vM, amt.id Ooutw, Ttnte moar
i llit, oln of a whlit Oeveral





lt r 'orn ii. o w If anot, hI
.persons have testifled.(
lThe o ree 16nt of the iIIh
argou the Oase before t hou
bit rat1io6 w due t 1 thliAr'
avidl thie inotorloty attend
co00iit helring. Trho board
f( H amheB T h Qlt-ert. A. h. r
M Lah4, and thW fLindi
arbtlrtors t, lo bq final. T
mocltyt l'e roiipreented by '^x

i, Qnhuin of eOrlra, i.1, a
prelntied by Judgthd Axyel
of thil Cook' county courts.
Gc AMAN'; AWFUL C0

P loi iimwmI a lnd Hiis IN
t.y with Cynlsit of Pota
)iini, MaTrl hi liom#ie
,onelu*, re, ire, ,r, .ftf r a
atedp.y hecy of fortune,
took iis io(t mc id4 (innor In hoin r of his 11
dataciute's bialhday.
lHcwks thpn 00l1od lu(e wif


Hid. edtr ^o
wem, aird haii osf wih yBi<4
titusiutm, which he c*nmuiigly

pill eftilr they had gxe into
an sleep.

e*verjnt hin ln the fhos an
tite, etc wbtofb oul4 tae ii,

Aoftr a bilieunt er *wr na
1*A with s s behresa bee
t1cunc*u4 the end of his fort
wonth l it. Cro 4ut!Dm

' fitrytng to save tIle se'vit


t; HHam


11 year4 01 gresve lwclre aiy ,
d f fit ial ,ve t for tho W ,* .
ih I A LEO.eTURE ON PAi.'tlItN

0. Hu1lt. M:r. C arllngton lintsrat c' Large A'
.the action dieince on the Wonders of That Par"
ro0f t Off Landn-NNotes 'of' interet ,Whlth
Wal lt, a: 'wlr interest Reade.rsofThe un,.
Man y i 0n 0 Me Alrose, lreh 9.-Mre. 8, W l.
ia are In. la4. 1Mrs. F.: W. Tolle4 aid'MrsLt 1.,,
olleUgav. a proMre vi euoh .. ~iart
.. .to the at the ladis' haIl on W iednlsay iOlgt
a lka, d thijr. o be in1g aboat .sxty guests, and
A t:'a with, the lovely flowe' and ty
wilds to dresio. of the many ladi0 th0e hIlr opv *
urlh wa sentaed a bantifucene'. Aftetn most t
roi; wet mated game the prsle wore awar4

boO&W A (i hkg t Mrs.W.A AVoglbchr. r
able sod aud H! .hooter. During the e
Uen have ldwe, T le ax



the a l ep b f ls aon h
, MO .MrCtv. Darhingow sn leeoai at 4.
Slowire :o blt h ettthuarh t hea? :80
c ate huffr. a'luris t 00B 1 haro t1Phil

-Jutso. a ,biol mit they lfixrd, aiis

doN o Mcatd dmlv a, v ury fa ,were o bl |rol:,9ao t7 l:
trl lnt. toWh.



d:fenan ?< 'Ormes an d brot'f her,: B Lb ', W 'f i
y jAnd tielptil0W TldA. t heW0fi 1'th t: ot1:4..^:
r' tfr ar T m pubi. J. le.Whre b .td J .rl>g







tire Pam ht:.March1,l at" fhlo.o' ak,.
.JdIt, Carl M.. e, u toi l. "T y tl d iOalthotg.








hlot -ie[a :Mr 0llt who died at Uglethorpe,
so, h terda V. Otl i v dry y :0bo0 o Uorl O t"n i









SA' lip l to wn.. M I ;. ., K ,in oente.rtainled a l p!|
tei'' : t o 6 t e eitue v 1;o b le r e
dE of aimd, whio ws at pots od on ,ao





Ort hOe i r i Are tgve o J'r4ig
ire FWT(. hf, Mahrcchi, '''a t 3 D 'l*ek.wh
ianr l t thl I taunoewomnt of the dotgU o(

Is Spti. ors. 13. orteainseda Own
lok, ad a ugl tr 0 11t Who deo d Ai Olthorp ,

uan ^ ,the or4 u tOAt 6 11Ot. 1


"ya r H ,AL oT a h fr rl 1 1 Sg g g .
. IPt i mr p*t' hel t, ha i** 4 t 'Mot randao t
a orts f Wt0OArte1o01

S H enti the npxt w t _0





tu Ne h f or yea l0Owl ere WO
r (i jrat 0nte w illb eb e4 to''
Ai tytp, toOtie 0 06 0



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for~the vrinatry1 in. .'^^this I n
o, Pqunty, 'wi taite this
WiliOing the county endl-
'WHO' WANTS A 8lHOLAR8HIP?
$*ate) o couty'^* suer .,iilita^

t6 g0vlhefirst privn- South Florida Military ,College Offers5
gllllii te 1rt rff
' *rs that play wish to An Unexpired Term.
etiktvtie nie to make short Senator H. 1, McOrearIy Is in ,re.
e speaking will begin altl ceipt of the following letter which e-
plains Itself;
isI Ofte all I Do not for- "Bartow, Via,, March 6, 1904.,
,' '"Dear Sir; I haye the onor'i' t* in-'
----- orM .o~a ysonney cre In th j
tes" an "i Ai^^ ''1, 1 emann-r '. am. .sls....ksI n t" .^^ vv
^S. 9A, :; OT^! Ano~i~^h^i'll ^^ ^liatit 6n^


P 14e 0h $lhool, Ztha bO*Uizg, was fill the same, Tie te to eo ernmeos
hush of padnesm prevailed this week and wilI last fOur, moop.
h larges0embly ofk e ildren leponses excep nothing are boroe
illiloou4hlie
Al ie~.k to higIy b 4theSta:te, and those .expenses cover,
Seautiflly of their deqesed, and board, roo rent, tuition iatm, light,
our uttihel bereavett'ent. Ap" laundry and books. The only foee
riate Soript'uor ilessoi:s were read, charged State oadets JI a uniform
Adl piel on made to our- hearts, m:edloal fee of $10 mw lob eov+ers m;ed.
i with the shortness at cal attention and medleine .for the
|ieAndthel uAnoeertainty of )ife. H, e general use,. I mail yon a catalogue
Ipo o th monster, Death, whose for.reference. end us a man froml
vages in all ages >f the world havH your county to fli the vacancy, for it
been felt and wept over. th' ehil. 1i a splendi4 opportunity for suOiC a
dren of meor ihow th:t Im power was mAn.
dreaded by the an lints w i. sought in "I would be glad to hear from yoU
many ways81d pl ned to overth row immediately Iwn reference theroto.
himn. le tteminded uas that more than "Very .respectfoily yours,
n inyeteen hundred e:rs ago the groat "H. P AA preident"e
omdqneror ofdpath, our 8avlio, came, Anyone desiring to avail themselves
and sie then those -who are .partedl rth odve opportuity wi l1pioease
from their lovvd ones for a time need oreary, Gainwville, at h 1. Me.
not mourn without hope. ., a i, a ....^...
iTe following resolutions are offered DFATH OF A BASY.
by thMe Nith OGrado, iher classmato ,':
"Whereas, Our lHeavenily Father hi Infant Son of Mr. and Mrs. I.". R.
*w( ti+flnite wisdom has seen fit to take: Weeks Passed Away at Juds0n.'
Sus +.one dearly belov edwhose gen- Judson, h Maroh 7~-'was in the
the presence we miss 0onsadly'. lent :hours of Tuesday night,, bru
"Whereas, We reogned i our b ary 80,the 4rkwined angel of death
v^d schoolnmatet.tha Dowling, ol. hovered hiN btoad wings around, the
whos raithflQ^ness to duty and lovell- hoe o Mr and t r Week
tIsm of.hatpoter were worthy of imi. and bore thei dear and ooly ahild
station 1)it away to heaven. Two neeTlks ago none.,
t | id.That we, the eOntlre thought at sweitsele $ ra 0. yiu;
d 4ed and ,High8aohool, express our .he was aiwys so br t id eerfn l.
it **and thus ofere f pao"y the highest Tl dear ltteflow was only st n
7- gpect lto the meianduorhy I one of our months oldl. i wet' W ort but s
44'r dehoolmanpts, and espolally that sweet. Uo w4 an 4 *E@ onall good
S t the ith lra:de, her s -hool baby. ThIe otunerl er er wa he in
efs, a hr teachers, Iiss Olm the uIrb We ~es4 t 8 ,o


e ive tat 'e eh all

i an ~ the blessed, and a~rd ha 4ola0- 13
ith.I tad heartp in her a tn oo $emisy w' a4 l 1' heI

6 hat A' O op: ofi those and Is( said 4 e onof tlt Anest a


Sl o the papers *. or OT tn

i n for pih' 'Irank 4he, pIta Me ,d4,,4
O 't 0 Aesst Ikt '
^HMto S*h


ib i ig slt hnt while dAesperatey rel
V arkins wasa brick Mason, a d has
bee in the mpoy of the roadway d
par't0entoyf the AtWantio moast Linte
in, e te"arpeter ganftg" for leverl
'year. It said that .he wato ntoxi-
cated,and when the marshal attempted
to 'ases himih he resisted aind ade
dangerous treats.
A oqiftie jury was simmoned, an
inquest held, an4 the verdict of the
jury was to the effefctthat "The de-
o0aepd c0ei to his death by a ganoshot
wound i the rlnds of an officer while,
resisting arrest." Perkinsr arrived' here
romtn Gainesville Monday evening.
The above telegram wa repoeived
tkon D hnellon Tupesday afternoon. A
few minutes later the oidy ot arkins
was brought to h bi Wein Qaines-
ville, havyingarrived ,on ue north,
boupd trah, The h body was nbe at the
trato by tlie wife and children ,i e
deceased, whohave res4e4 here for
man7 years, and wast taken to their
home in West. Gaineavlle,. The .u-
peral will be held this morning,
OFF TO THEE MNS.
Celebrated Micanopy Character Failed
to Pay Fine for e,&ino Whiskey.
Shertfl Fennell dep ed yesterday
for Dutton, having in custody S. "T.
Moiulton of Micanopy, convicted at the
,last termi of the ciroilt court for" sell'
ing liquor in a dry county.
Moulton was sentenced to play a fine
of $!800 and the costs ot'the ourt The
sher'lf has been lenient, as the eo-
endant promised to pay the, fine bb
patience oeaied( to be a virtue, and
failing t "loe across" h wa-s taken
t the mines, where he wil sere nine
Edward Johnson, who was also con-
viOted tnr selling liquor ia a dry cooun-
ty, has paid the greater part of his
flune, and having given a ninety-day
bond for the balance, has been re-
ieased.
Moulton is autlering by the lack of
an arm.
At the Tabernacle,.
The feature of the day's cbautauqup
program at the, Tabernacle Tuesday
was the evening address., "The Mis-
tpkes ose id't dake" a leCture
whiloh, as admirably delivered by Dr.
Q.L., 0i. Cartwright. Dr. artwr-ght
developed the Noot that he ila a fine and
pleasingispeaker' and the large ptAdid
uone was highly entertained by his
Leal tRule Day.;
Monday being the first of thie month ,
*was legal rule day at, the court house,
od aW a resUlt the es of. Couty
0lerk Deto mand Conty Jud it
'oa w .lt ep6 i recording pa'eis,
d htre wer, ao t ale,
) 9 th r ifig i tii attersconst.


BI


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arrel goosfrporr-i
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RALERS


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WINS ANQ0

sACK3O VILLEL



We payr eight or press har
following liquors
LEWIS 1888, Away Above EveryfhlJig n the I

14 ftg quqitts . .. .2. ..... ,

8LUM'S R0iO OaAM, 90 Years 01d4
!1e^^ 11qnSt^
BLUM. SYLVAN GLEtN, ? YqI .tY

4. fiquar5
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N SOWN1 A 0 4 ea $, NSy**Nko
S0nd ACK FROM ATLANTA
are ead And .
tute-Patera .091ing Well'.
'trde4.e4 ,I. W l Wododi ng has returned froth,
,ii, th ei 'e Atiita-t; where he went a few days ago
. .. to ......h. little son, Mark,to the Pat-
i n 0o0it' Mr:. 06o44i1g Mtates that Mis Ohriso
t, whentl he -ineide-ab, lit lte ltgaret Lynch
an4 own saea o are getting l ong
t of. Wast titzely at th. institute, anWdare reeoOOy-
aktitio 'st Ing the Pasteut treatment every day.
91tbrh worsc It will be teeimeoredi that they were
w ,e tou! t to the little to prevqept hydro-*
Stiolaey i#4, a t was believed they wore


mrn rovoe m at rme ut pa; nsi ionu s. he i 'notreii wio i.avi
over util "wt bee treated sip e institute Wa
tiWas cirriad, fotunded foutr ars agg hxisbeem lost,
theiy rahlasjng Wiloh is indeed a remarkable record.
frtap S.. .uprntt, 'ins ane patibutew have tust been 1.6:
Oak avenue might be harged, and there were ive in the n-
ght up, lM urInet t itt whenheloft.
e'lity thisA property, .e treit; ent requires twenty.one
tre'et .fo. .$200,.the co ti.e ..a::.'.:.: : .
pelted wjy ent of -- -
t! Vpion ii sft,,
Man M Shot by 0 f, dCas, li Satridy
tha the ausess- 'ornifg Rapidly fVtpovering.
0b1 leduefrom ee Whilisapon of ililonppy, the
p 'stionthse itB young mant h' watshot at the- deiot
SlftRookelle.Satsurday morning by L
:t .,on0t0to 3,ias seaiis of 1iad' Grove, and .whom
Oak as believed wastlt wounded, i
1 Aldera^t T07: r1p04dly tIpro1ing 7t :"his boarding
om aitie ofithret house in this ilty,.V Dt.Hodges, one of
inted to assess the the attending phyilttinn, stated Mois-
rprty ats would be da '_that the condition of the patient
idemo samef. This WO. greatly improved, and that his
d, ini Philip Miller, ehanites fot recovery are excellent
1 ^Eddltu *were ap- .
committeeby har. Lost Her Wardrobe
Mrs* Amns R*. Kahlier, an e8timable
SAlderman Taor, lady whoane ,ll i way from In
equeAsted ts osPpm a dians to spend i season at the Chbau
Sa eitR y eileetion tauiua, hisa been Co mpelled to leave
thlih time a mayor, the ity after three days spent herO,
l^tor,^ ,M ^rea, a w~in'g to the iact that her trunk con-
h, aeine ailty tamiKNg hserwardrote: had booeen mi.
i 4 qsola YOMIL, played or tasset, t
4iiplM rlst uet .l. ti e' ctten :ded spwOi tig a
of un i triep tog dayf ae w atFort c, s the Indian
boqi ug1 4 the y r gond patohasee4,A; ticket to that
oinsl44t o be hatd polt, good t or a06p.ove4r privilege in
S,4tnfell 'on 1o66 ainetitll. wsBet1 e tru 49k filled too
arrive with her bre,'t has de'ided
o business throul is t I i st r bee
ad be dslthrt4 *ondatyinfor Pier

r Acted Oflrderly qua' tt,.ent w:re s1 suddenly I.rr.,ied
HevilPined. I :but it i hopd the wl i f md her lost
54004e t oar ..rdb whets she reaches her south.
eto e 4 rraiped I eaI detnt *t,

a leaned Me itil p a., D to 1,
hiree w id4 1 1..*; W 1 kn41' 1 P
bpb wtsS 'remiedyy ws rsot omiende to ae AtM
. 0. pase onea[ le of your
,orking an4ar him. yesey. csr$
4w a at the
** @,6t0c t r tase bWt .A
a -4, 11atwis I d t. a asiea Aal.tok Cbs Ma n


" Thi statement is aslde by in ek.i
perienced trucker who udepstandsi
lettuce and iOcltiltr6, having mad4 a
special study of thisplantd, and who
b.. been very aunoessfe in its oulivs.
"Lettuoe is A cold father pillnt,
said this grower. :"I do not mean that
the plant will thriiv in l tfreasit'
weather, nor ,b:: weather whenO thi
thermometer ftiiii arind the thirty,
five Miark but I moean lien it is what
we pFlotdltani call 'idently cool.' "
The re:6nt cool wettior helped leti
tue along to' soni e itent, lt thie
sudden ri in of the temporiature will.
Oause the plant to run into seed, and
losttue growers are now busy out n4
and packthg the orop for ahipmeftt,
Leattue movements from Alsobuit

rease the line 6 the altnevoille
eOraiit : flopcii of tid t ly onhorB

by. his lint, eipeeialliMo'euth of 0lies'
viea, may be Iterm4 ed lely iA; truck '
hng section, and Atirte bas l bln grow.0i
Il thi d istiat. possibly itncre 1lett'e
thn all the other eoitiatm of the ooune
tr conibblled,'. A few ekii a go the
QGult fpunid t necessary to inaugura te
az extrs train service 'in Otder to movO
th6 erop, and sldoi the :rti weather
haiagainset io many eztra cars will
ei needed.
'Trl eeabbJge crop tilt season will be
a paying one,. 'The Northern otop
having been ehausted, ilsrida i d abe
big in the o Nothrn mart are
ower Iwho uhas ai godd, 'heithy aore-
age eo oabbago.e is l. big luak0 so to
speak. Taeslo insi iihe cabbage center
of Alachmya obonty, and ttre are
some ibie fiatsi, in tha. locality t,
M. OChamberlain, who w i the city
Tuesday, states that. iht will ship a
oliiti carload on Monday of the coin-
Ing week, which will be tlhe first solld
oar to e shipped over theo ainieslle.
and u(Ylt thls q ason. Mr. Ohainbur-
lain has a 1014d of twenly-flve areas Of
eibbage which are in a hIealthy and.
pro]i lo condition, adJ he will nodoubt
mako a fine flaaoolal ucoo.10 of the
orop this year. He will probably ship
from this acwrege two tyv-ffi earloads
of cabbage, ad at the prices they are
now bringing he has a right to feel envi
couraged. : "
eg;; ltration Boki. ': :
: iftoir i-un:Plieao notify through
youlr pipei that thr gitro1 books
for Dhilriot 17, at liaguel will be
opened Priday, tsarah 11, And Bature
.day the 1th. After thies dfretegls*
tration books wiltl : open tidlays ad
lSaturdays of each weelk until foo

,m ; :il ,t i N 7:;o: .7
i.:March 7, ': :0 < ':lrl 47





S it many trohlest pinsp bo i l
Sad Qiioee1 r0r, atiouas, ,i'tdat le4s $.
ajipl. ^ **lr t

Th' msoorr one get;s irfti ot Ii tb
:ist:r: n ia4 (im way to gt d uo ss F


Pr.mi torpon' ltathere pi"6a1 oo b
h a vt is Ion. VoC O go

ow jt. t what you are'taking. H0w
i tany therer ft aef a lier tir tne
)re publiihed? Ask y r gst bo
this, It is already p piaret and Ca be
TW stotlit pe is xtitated 1 thetMoset
kWuif thtnotor, certainly aispillor to jtxy
poWtlert premfpatioi known, (We siso
Otrou~ufc Livor MUed tlnt In pow-
dered form, with which any dr uggIt can
supply you, but thhio, like all or dry
Liver Mfediee reqnirea rp `tiUon,)
Dr. 'Thche's (ivoat 11004 0 yrp
tI pleasant tq take doea HUot lo0e It*
atfength, Ias lveLr eictiie in dry formt,
" Yom0 doctor, h liowver killtful, could
There i no opphi rtn4ity for a doctor.
to imake a tlistakoe wrilt>K pi ip
tiot, or a drug clerk to inse a mil4ta
in coimpoindigl tlif" same (bn :i @ a
4thr' ill at ct of tie thi41.
ine.) Cta be 6 b0telyatire MW of tho
proper ptrpotBoas ti I t er7 d a
Dr. Tfaher'h B and iood Syrtp
has beati 4e44wlt4 t t to'ta
deiap 4 undiouge sasioi h
iepkolttr ee, fin 4 lbob
*fw41 01 tbt lao sot4ts t
Opoiet or th10,Mostperfect safsty. -



1 $0 0 e 14 .L .
TUACH MEDICINE CO
Clathaefogda, Tenn.


;' AT T IX TAtBiNAOL.I
Dr, Rlichard ,Ho Inton Mad6 Pin tec-

,tehos who attended he ch.ii iuttq
exelised pat the Tabernale Monday
evening ti!r delighted w0ih tht exO
cfleinlit mind impreitlve ltictmire of Dr.
IRihard follingtoin on i 'thw IPortraft
prilollingt0on is a fl 9 pI koker, aind
'entertained his fitiers in a Nost its-
tercatig and impresslve mranmr wi hL
tlhi illut(trsted iooturs, which inc iluded
over on a hundred views, maiitl (ldlrtly,
fom i the mUters of Italliiin, Frenith,
Fleinmish, Dutolch lEngifsh and Anierloitn
schools. :' :. .
A frehottl et!Dri'Ththe stlood,, Syrup will be sut to anyritder:t of,
hisle paper who willWrite to tTe 'iiiicher
Medicine Co Cbht tnboiga Tea.:


W. F.


SEE


Wholesale and Rttl; '




IrBw .t u v. 0.14-M0,40 rlaw t ill ''1.. *t^
.kO, M!$ro1 0prpafi" % t., $. 0 ... V
four tulle Oas e Tldmen 4.t4 '
* rr A bt .presi prelia ,,, ..
Ut t, oulin8 &


i00 W, Wlay ,7a4kfon*i

CHOALEvs oC SMN

.,te:S:o:,XX ,, | ..; 0

Ii t inte 4'Y "r "
0rn Wh4key, .... ....;..1
tril ..l m. ...e .. wi a




ic Arnds SWlOOD' aul

Jtackson e hir ida


idirli ,;'!


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Mfetiohnt t4.Lu ,olt flo 12 opm.
latlo"lnay Iebtot, 'also 1,


Steak. Fih, Ohops, (lain. in peaso ,
'to or~1r p 'ool ttilliard, owlig
4 Ils. e 'IS, a 'Is

pota0tAllAND' 100,


OU SrIN STOC


'Fr (r on
wh60 cauni t rnio to tlWe
bity e iS 4 t
i4y of 11 tti~gXrOp at y()t~
Im. We qarry t h4ef. 4
48^iie 7rir111^


4 to .4

Oasy t~ok* b
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>qOt fro.z@

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4W eek Lad
(~ .) the hsp*
ye7.1 78 ha w. t
'wkl hy I
.I .1r Senato
diaO to i


Iroolating
that. the
6i ent o00
Osd. from
~t he vloo.,
0 cabi.,
0,00; the
me COiiurt
Daiate Sp
)3, United
6o $10000,
0 *zIOQeO
pf iepre


Mozley


31111N1 1

POLITICAL ANNOU
A nuounoemints uandethl
Itg oixty woids, will be pUb)10
6un o6asi4nYalny aiInd i
04linn Yoroi5' MADVAl404
atkling over tmin w ordc$1
For the bg


In


th trar.e hvng very lit.

pdhools. It maly be the eabn
^((^'proed to'm4,owever,.
ve t te h fitory o .f the Sta t
((^ BStates senator been re.:
eqae iniattion 46 their h nds of
art 1Will thefe. Demoirattmsinake
Eomll ,tion o .fteiit
An po the ose of so efiatolent
0, 4 faithfuln o al a e or
AllaitgWrro hat proven to be? ertainly
S I".: I'. '/,.@ *u,.
Th DoLand Record says Hon. It
| oDoad40, of t hat place 'has with.
4w from the ongresionMal raWe and
Wi.11 do al, he can l to promote 'tho.
oadiday of Oharle Douighierty. Jyim
Alexander ha said Alal aong' that Mo.-
SDonaltd would retire before tho earn.
paIrn .lrly opened., .
Hlon. 0. M. Brown's friends hlaini
thmt he will aurpriAe hia opponents
when his votes earooounted for gover-
H114il% riutnig on a good .plat
form, ito a ood .speaker and will noI
doibt poll more votes thaRi -maniy now
edit with bhln, but "(Our lob" wl)ii
F'lrda's .next gi.ornor

S, a ..e sit orvicO of,, the Jackson, .
v otSu apmd LaborJoTourinal l as.good.
'% itOat~f' Ppp t i he South. It
~ not b e general known, but tib
S *orkIis44 beg doe by 'AlnIacWila
Qao,0lvet 8mith, ,former
bAdon i, who bide 'fair to i.take.

9 ti*iba Jornal'm meeolal Now
,A 9' otndent hma made a care,
yeof the ituation and nlf
ly anouniem 'that Judge
11, r1ove the endoraemeint
toire $tate 1e):: ory fr
W6tion for' 10041i11t. 't :he
mant A nm1AnA'4M.. a hi. ."


"The tm*wo prtihdiial a ipmtuts fDr t
poatlon iO-w held, by M T'l atero
are Governor W1 8i Jenninio and ioni
Jio. N, .( Stoktqn, both of whom The
News entertain i the highest'peroMil' i
regard for atioepresentative oftiszeu of
the tate' 'But thli ,paper has not yet,
seen any piaumlblo reon adv'ancedI
why hentior Tallaterro should bea u
pplated in the t United Staes Senate'
by eith'orof thee'tgentmen a iind it
takes It fr granted that hIIj oai pfg~n
Is now uuflteitly advanced forhis oPp.
pQnents tohaepaced before the pub.
lio their every olailt for thie ofloo6
$Seniator Tallaftrro ham very prop.
Onrly announced for re-eleoton upon
I.l record, and' it hAm not beent su.-
cosafully abown that his roOord has not
beon creditable to the State and to
himself; and the people, in their in-,
telligocoo and sound judgment, will,
iot be misBld by mlsquotitilonom and
Ailirereesen tatiot of that record. I
their sense of justloe they will accord
a fair and hipartial bearing to all the
aspirantsa tiowbefore the people, and,
untloese reasons arehown i Whioh have
not yet been advanced, they will be
slow to retire toaprivate 11f a public
servaInt who iai been faithful to the
hest Iptereatst. of the Btate contrary to
an emtablnisd precedent simply to
gratify the alpairsis pf over-anibl*

'Rev. J1. 0. Porter, for year past ed.
itor of Th Florida l aptlit Witni1,
0ad one ao tho best -known 34ptist dl.
vines in the State, died atM hm beion
0ola l64astoBurday' evingM his r
mit.nsbeng laidn t oost 84n-ay eye
1n4. cornering hior Ilhlii and death
The Ooala $tpr saysu "Mr. orter has
been eloki foryears, ind very tick fo
has he gon dowin to th btink f t
Sdark rlver, t 4n ee times hin ieui
'dwyojikd te-f*i's*Ae t ktimioiatte0


tr.he Oloue Stll041 live m.i and to a
it hae greed that free street sped-
taclep shall be diseontinged, There ,is,
they may,,too muc.h work attached to
parades; 'too mbch money spent end
o: revenue received am a result of the
exhibit. 'Moreover, changes' in rs
paraphernalia and in eity oonditias
have rendered a parade a diUlanul'
thing. There Iim much, trouble N i
vopldig ele.otrilo wires and street ar


pe oA 14a00un vcan, seeu N Os iqt
ti l f I nte Its will ,be wel
an1?re otii'oor na eo4 latimn
and rheape eially er 1se" r
fluehee for the en ctmiemn t fgvaH
law similar to that now, in fore6
eorgla, whIch has dolne 0o oM1l1
6olve the labor problem nin that 8
A. U. HULLEARI
I; h. b ni eyel f Aa
I heirby anoquspee m yelf as
4 a ^"fn '1. 4t.: n'vAM^ n. kit.i Gn A'


fn i frequently tramo o, meri.umly iU lpe p-,ryiand '
salicritpllhar, or.olltli the s of'p kn
peded. my fellow 6 ti zenas, I.easotpeu y bool each <
7.0M.ILLMAN,, fully,
A osatbon. bsniens firn sent outN ew' :, ,
Year greetlp g to its ochastomers with For Sheriff,. ForI
this excellent quotation;: ,"tWes wlh bAtheenro- Vech 1 reby a
for yo r health enough to make hard ibnta,- : datorre a.
wok a pleasure, wealth adequate to I e.bra. this method of exp reading orofAlaeu
tb0 supply of all reasonable wanta' a m warmest appreciation for the con. Democrttae
O0 ilgeneees, youh dplkwe$inme 18968,and"'a
courage equal to every threat of air. eoni .',I i thae date, tl a oiedoul
cunetancse, a patience that shall out- and sinierely trust that your confl. oharge the di
wear vexation, and a cheerfulness that dence has nt been betrayed. I hiv' offer. re
shall infect others."Tha covers t;t end-eavored, to the very best' of y port in the
ground, a a ilitytordo my, do regardiesm' of specttuhly,
self. How well I h av0 ecoeededo I or Cou
Why should hot the Porto Ricas leave to yob to udge. I have been tk thj
have either the mitiehd o the nde entrged to be1 hat O o s41a ant
pendeno they demand? Tb h.Ve4 0e0el0 t ,40rovaI 0 esoorrh
joy* underdespotito Spain a repre- cooy, for whih lam trtn thoatktuo t Demo
nttiattoof 20 m nmberlin Lhe panlmh I sa a 1 a geanddae for the d Aatierv t
pariament, of whe one was 'red o ei ad ila t ou P sndns


to oxcep. :
aptpers. a
5 to vote at I






























!to?':?
tle'
i i 1.11


a they
bnd sod
i make
^:'they


t iea"!ppropriations. for
hoo t e State, ."to the
t thereof -may bee
id the grades increased.
h thme H memorial ing at
rleogtisltion auithoriaing
Ito Oomnmerei Ooinilsilon
fE ir :rigii(ht.' ta nd:
SIIin nterlitf,.of


frf d i ls .a veivo
Mk 1 01) MA o a
y rt. ,, Mr ant, Mwr
ini Teonnesee. She wir
talied by .ht many rien
tMr. "atndMr,. ittledae
tel Lottaar. viiting.iI ,


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for Their WMEN rroiulrty-, hkd p4 i

i 4t4d 4oto!rs from thio n I
aisten to What Dr. Hartmnan Pro* 0 omdfoljin, hntwtitho
'ii ^ ^ poses to DU fer You Withot e hanj l.:ii: n((oMmi. ldO



'0aot sriaday hu h t . .. '< whitO i ha d up d K litl bott l!
t ^o1w fr.he diof oire .. a who wi. 'i it o m Ot .,t fl N. 'M T l wAm toia .' r1 *
To thnos O I io h v. iot 1artid oif thi' i t i ),~' "'.. iuastr 'WiI ,-,, I f 'hey' Mn f y y~ ,,ll d,, tt, hll, Ul
iLWaldo th: a'*tfitMli d surgl oi'o .iytig.retnowtin (t'n.'l 4 .it trouot, t VahifiiMt *. "t :wih. tq d. aniy lfidolment tl
rnedieR l llonlIei, eap ially li t. t treat. .,at i ong th! yiortinnti itHullto who thiolt ii uid o othier women w1 ^ havt
a nert of thoso daisna.$a wihlnaih wonm (pom, v~ei tu. geonrx en.i t ough thne of Perg'
it...e Nor alone )ave to.beer. Mim fHlet. tdlof, K('nuki4 ina, \ a "., I t ',tn,rd for h i ti yurl wihlo
hONs bee Ie arragli ed w r al te. hakacho iwhen wary oii
hbe pn-: few 'tat e' l t.i I Iiin fI. o w I *oImo .ttrIIlnt timlu'u dillilLg the pelst t-wo in th< let I1 hlid lrilngld hiOindiRh*i
ag n '?W bl*rob led"itlh iayo fb 0 m1 le; woak yei is or mi e amy ys.(m. nlh en :i i now m rin p ot It.n u lth, l njy IIft
i f. v froee ofe ih oilvt, 1 I > t en II ru i (iy in T a io i s, rl jt ti io it niii ti e n tltiAlp' r it at b io ti f i s
iiilvlihltihg .of;b ,trl ye.s. r toh m eiciwnxhe .l." lre w i ah npti the la yciy tru p y" X )uU dory r e rive I .tou.yl; wt. .m ate
, Beli, of ti tbe reach of in y w' tan. ani4 sQ an lielnin I ..ln'h write at o "ie to r, i htrtia givi n f
f~:or '' h lr homo get thmu!i laihydriu : utore1 1*I M nd. Armiite, ti (Jr wa fwiltNllSttint <.I y mf h am; he wl:;
l. bi gealy All b *heiUa iequire od to h c sIl( i., ,IP cl M- Mr D.sii r ,l ,i orgn hMi plsthanMl givelyou bl, valahI s nti,
bp 1ina ea t tI ar cnketh anwi hr n'ie I of tu s nt n In A n lnlrooiO, ih too l iti 'oidh
land da ugh.- Iiinrc Xl tl r ad n i n n cii. f r l v oll wm. D#, c .h. l )irhle t oi 'Od f i tinitn r tlly i~ ciw u..nto
G ( i n e v il lr. v o _y_ _r_ h _l, i T h o %)#u oi o ft ni o.t.. .m o l I to. ... .
In, th .- .h l tit.i n it


fAMBLINGS PROM REX,
Not 0"""' oPeviWho Qom* AunfdGoo
*'h' k. M 'ay:1Piav lite "'r .
R, c hvMi' s.-4% Mi', wi*on i n
hasi retur^ns'idfrom Wsuhtla,. .Whiere
she has been teachna g4 01661s"in nmusio.
Mr. aind Mrs. J.^ L. Towaend and
hld $Ponspt lut Suniday with 1. .
$arah Towagen4 .
RR. AOrmnind viotted the central

Urit. J, c" aIlaxeytbo potasy fedilio,
Miss Ma#tte~ QOrmosind s returned-
fr~om teno, *More she has juzst elosnd
U term^ of !4holZ
iTh ote4erht# s
agre#4ab)lofor, 00 post
'or Ofr .0 uO


FATHER OF MANY CHILDREN.
,Pres'd0nt of Mto mn ChUliit lays .Hi
Parlnit of 41 .


h" Ottif l ildren ho". ice T *Oto, an't,
oter thor prolat of Mr Slt hl (ihacl f
iman i d thl i r.ectidr that tii *. st

MBt, Sth '.v-, iie s flt oiiijdi.t litb
thlii vei s I M dlitk l 1.,l I4 wh1 ih h:i
Itnaflrried lthem, Thi :, 4 As ( oir Ow
1W Jniayulina- Eitha a*4 Ra.hetI
By, Jrah- ,A .en h an Otto;
ly : l na M. rthe t.I '.eni i c ht' i., blid
1:By, Aill ( -i di,l JJii JO; 4,and ,


)Ott inart liu'w 4 ,ln fiint rdnii

",') w pityn,' bldree hai yo'


..IAIMESVILLE BOTTLIMB WORKS.,
Pire dt W aler, il FlIaor, IlMger A!e, Root aid IBi ot rEl i tr

W j itJm. r ri; : r.' Io te'I U Slo* i at h o i. lAot sol, .nt m i t 0 o lr:im '' ;' t ,:rls i0 10 '
li o! ehatrs ft IIIn "li neS


-..SoIomon S




ai T* flt4.A8E
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JABU We ex6io8c bV T QO" o u VJ'o,.4 14Vit
* insct our stook before buyix, W
large stock .you will find something t
"Our' Priees Are [Right?' L EA
SHIRT WAISTS and SKIRTS

s We Always Qarry a Oonplete Line of
PRESS GOODS *SmKs YVELETS
D01UEwflth LINJENS WOSEIBRY
SLVS LOYMI3 U0014ITS
UMBRELLAS, PAIUA$OL

LEADERS OF LOW


I feel 'i ue: i


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*~'AKOY0
.I~4?0~


SSokart ays Gainesville
) e Proud of Institution,

| PRjdit$THOE NURSiS
T are Absolutloy Qompetent,
a ih$Abuncdant Pacities About
Tlo baro in Position to Render Fine
So vtce.
Ilolpl te 0saol seerts, on of the
Ml slisheI daghtern of W. ^r.
I m r'settraed. toher home
ttoi m Iver~l dtays aenpllt g iO he odd
PIlO)OW, i4 s aita iin, wtiore: file) was
!peatedltRcwin aoase k Oappond(-
~tIL l^#itendn o~ Qthisaiatnfble. yoming
Ofy willU ogratiled itOlesartithat.the
1 4 6 i l t o l : oy r s o lere d a tk W i llI n
10 oktxne ) enejoying ltoer npui~al
160) very grateful to the hpiyat.
uth t nses in the Sunitauinum
t ast Ioampetoent sr.
iorkod' Mt.-*eokokbt Mon.'
4*AwXOIy, 010 nmatron*I O**

; 4 lady who ,at
40 er, to twliovery flae',
4I I is Well plened whis
4 a treatmentn, phs,
B 1% 4 | 144aoftes ade.

Wt ^ hl ilklN forever, Stues.
39114l ofgg^ trl# el
M'O' $Mkork'$1

at$~~ they04'w* set-
Kll triottl #thg$494'
Waikis t sA SwItth,4A aT '16A


$AWPD UBAAS PP CRLI0 ,
AttanPt of Two Safe Craokers to Os
oape from J# iL.
Montgo4mrgy, Ala., March 8.-Albtrt'
Camureybr; alta| Drihso(I, ails. duneau,
and E. c.icalln, alias j n senj, c
*ftii~iK.p^'c ~ ~ It as 44e.ta*
Clark, two :ote saae blowers, whi:
ar6e wrted if n several tates for $afe:
cracking, and who are out, on parole
fro0t the Vermoiot 'penitantary, ovraok.
od thoo smfei here ahttd mrd an edrt
:to cape from naill,
Their ntool coag wafte sawed In tou)tr
places and If It had notbeeon for tho
atcitn a ,Vei l !)e. re MleIN Inthe KeeUn4
attmptl to, a.w their way out.
* No 'fI le w'Ore tfouind. )They have
Ije"1 in.'ianother, cagow. Saws
h4veo I(OO n t 0101 away fromf theiiaiev.
t'n). tlinea. It li?' a yniytery where
t01#y got thitn., They Are danigerou,
en iodW hive to bo watched 4l.11 th

Solkiler Up for Illii*t OIstillng.
iKoxvlill,. 'Ten., 4ard 8.-Ravenue
ofhfler hve retnrineld frotriu a raid
made in tlhe monntanis of Po P olk n
ty, .bez'e they detitroyed a 5O.gallon
lt dlBntller and -arreate4 ae
P'enladUl and' Jamerzo Wfitllas wtila
they were# at or. W0041 nP"4iidW114.4
Iin pthe it $iamnimnen,1nrtid toate
;vuonit etf^ Infatntry., : ;; ;'1::***'*i:.
hi pw. rked; MAiny Aboard.a.
Yes tianding Plafwi.March 8 -TU
UruguayaanIbark, 01uswis 'm 1liverl
pol to thls* port jl asxot sas th* balm
She, Willbe s total wrokr. The
omr of 4 btA 'T*Peao. u m ay

W.L. Yalcpy130fd the Physicians.


OS IfACKEstabishe




T Aeoip of lado au Abt
Mwith that boin a f t~e
make exhaust0n ie an fti We repts'V
i.tef matter prtain tot aesi ant and pa
demption of 'Uttanmng tangt ales Wheyucv i e

and lBuillding Material,'4 P9 1c0N .1





; xU.,, tTA t Pro1 rietofro Ab ftractOe of Title and ncle i dfou niatliO frniahed rearing
.v, r 0 houonty. O-rOUmanagehy hasovedntu athis Cundtt tite
^a: "^ ia. .^ 1. lIs t or6oghly a.oversant w, thland:.tit


ERis DI.NAND. BAY.E .; ..... .
ATYOR N AT 'AW' T

'ian ill your lty property,' (n-
t'ioVrtt l.and inihvproOved). nhMohate.


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FIR, AO0iDMT, BUROL4At V AND INDEMN1'
eItitg a n om r op iT AieAa) t and i
^:.^11,;, 18TAT^, A.NP QITY LO,


dking avid Ufrmii 14.04lans Olhi1
a at o what .t0 oeir for iale. 2142m f^t
-- -- -'- J M.. GaA*AsX iPruidetW. )8
A. J IMCOST A,
Sur yor and NotiryPobllc
THE FIRST",NAT1,
('eneatylaas^^ a Speeiatty. c'OP'Zx.
aS le e '1 Ea. nTHE ONLY CARTER AANX

; NorXt N. ?. otr 8u./1 1 Y E W... . . . U .
NOTW01P lM TUATION,
t iet it tie $1509 t lbook for
.. w O i'. t". *twrt.. O'A'r Surplusand U nlividedProfits.,
(Mv She ,0thda rf, t ".Q,, J q $Sp,


o Sold


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full and
t4hs and,
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seatedd s;ev
nootilina
d ith mo"d'-,
tille. TbO,@
lhip several
t in oper64-
twa closed
t to vaid,
0 Want was
ionv Oh1 Toe
ugh several

QUNDED
. ap '*ame
'ojsiolr. '


41acurrd in the uamq lo-
lt; i et and

;ithp death, of
)o'lt wa in no way.
heSaBturday: night
j hifi persons i rparti l.

MAYR HARA SON.
rdeatlon of Labor Puts

o'oil 0th nf' I"tA of
Ition oi Labor. The fight
)pr .wabrOugbtu.t into1 the
tihliber of the stationary'
Qlah and a n"i0spa6toka.n;
o hard of exatuinig an

tAi.t be had refused to
battle board to bh
O t 06 41o0. the
Imw O*44 *ssiets


In Xre000IG to req.ta.Ur rO t't f
Upl Ar dipatt menlath a4i, was pint
SAl r a { elgtt d. na :O o'o'lock

ATT5NTION$OCAUSED TROUBLE
Thomio '4111 ,8hpt ytj 8ers, Is In a t
s.eriou, .. o.'d i
Savannah, Ga.;, Matrch .8--Thomas
Qill wod shot twice at Pooler S~turday
R: by Jack Roger T:he wound-
4 Waw'wk brought to vainiah ,, a
SDua15ondtlfon.
St't'ouble I.htwefi: the t: '.,wo
40a to dotliestierltolis, Gill havii
oliar d, iprotpr 'onadu~betwe his.
wifet and Rogers' three year go4
,Ongers went to his ote 4tethe
lhing, but c ne to t :le 'l0,"tyAndour-l
rendered before tht i terys had bro-
ofbp th* Ota S ra frsy.
MXICAN MILL4 SHUT, ,oDW,
i4igh rIs Cottolo CAUset Temporasry
AMexlo (ity, aro 8,-A uraber of
le cotton wlas itil MoQ reo af14
houicd I ohei o intdntiozn of temper ,tly?
Ahl'a~t down *oinj to the eicroae
Ipi of cot ton, '
Th' own sed state that the linreai* ^
which tho wold thave to nei the
prlte.ihe(r ^.goowa would :
oth t out of &t'reAih o te' pooi'e' olaRw
as of Mexico 'end thato tthe 'nmanutf
tore ot cottonio .oi9d: in. thl'a country 1 *
cannot becontlhtied on the present bei

P *. rous.
Oltplain etp '" NO"O '
). 3. Richboorg and others of the dan.
gerops Oniion of' a0ahagew4 be-
tween Gainville aNtid MlMlardstation.
Mfr. Rlithbourg states that parties have
feoNced the public road s.o lole toa th
rairo0d4 that it is vervy narrow-In
fact,, tire Is har fy room for two
team mto pass, and in the event that a
horse should become frightened at the
train the result might be serious.


S Established in 188s.

Tie Oldest Whiy

11 811a
AAVRUiliAp UA I


o l d.. 0 *-a
,~th OLD'BRAflPS WIZLLIJ4B
iert guarantee G yeasft old. Bythel,:
I" gltlohn $, 4 fu7lulquarts, $3,, W


E1wr~ks Ii41tAID
Wit. RVEm A^^
F pilonggpy
nj:N' F,"Bn~^ ytft^ 1*B?..:
QuttjstuNee 4 rears old, the
1 u0i pJloS0. f all quart s :.k
(I411F0RD Rg
^ ^ ^"v' ^ *.';..lton v ~ it~~A
ifil-B?~ ~~~~~~8 tiotiB.:.^^..':^


is a Household favorite e Everywhere for


Coug'hs, olds, Group, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,

Grippe and all other Throat and Lung Troubles

g It quickly stops cough~t tickling in throat, difficult breathin(

and pain in'thei chest a lun ig ..
It immediately televe the spasms of Croup anid Whoopin!
2 Cought and effcts aspeedy cure.
S It dcontaino no oplate- or other poisons ndand bcan be giv t
%V safety to children and delicat persons.

contains no harsh epectorats to strain the lungs or astin,
gents to dry the secretions and cause constipation.
Sit prevents Pneumonia nd Consumption, trengthens the lunpg
.and cures .L arppe and its after effect .
S It will cure Conumnptio' and Asthma in the earl0 stages and
gly comfort and reief in the most hopeless cases,
t 'it'' plesant to take ,and! at once produces a soothing and-
T stren'theniog effect on the lu Igs

A $" v 04 PrT nh41 oi Chatt0nooDo sIruggI.st's $toton0t. A,
The f ilowlo; letter from A J. N dsbaum 6f I atee* Robert J. Miller, proprietor of the Road Houc. bra J
vtioii, lnd, toll ih own tory: "I. :suffora for throo Stor, of Chattanooge, Tens., write: "There I ,;
m'ntaip with 'a svirI cold, A drUggit prepared meo more merit In PFOLUY'$ HONEY AND TAR than In,
some. n emodlie, ad a1 phyalcian prescribed :for ime, sy other cough syrup. TOh calls for It multiply wtn.
yet l4d.i not improve. I tetred FOL Y'8 HONEY derfutly and we leill more of it than all other ouhib
AND TAR indoligtdo sM Curd me." syrups combined."


1"$- SOLD IAN RECOMMENDED BY
J. W. CLU^T


CONy1CTIE MUR.rPtERf ESQAPS8,
Got PoastsiBon of Two Rev@Prsi iii
otrefti Jailer to, R Ies ti..
** r; Josephiji l.'' M a-. :1- Atftl MSatrk
:Duinn.. ao(ar t.d 'of t urd o l:of,
wIi.'Ia h tfurrner n.null'Ft, d'PI4Mita. two
) .antg i an,. nid 'E't1'O '.. to be hangKedl.
Micth Ib IFa ed0I4V firu Jaii t4dy'o ,
Ihino goV eaielaros ~Wtwo revol-
'vor' at ~t ware samuggd late Jatl do
'a cu Xl t .n' od, 'kid the o 4a'
'Wat1 t aiantt to hse hitB oln wit
.wirha ha: toi'l 5fl 10 ktth% basket,
1*Ift held fhe i watrItiajn 1loioirtoAll
night ai8Rd f(orod hitm to call the34iof,
oo aftf'r de light Wh i the ,al.
4 1.nrlode thae dot 01. 1tlrt; i :et to
kill Who '4eah *Wfeb talees Ff44 Ml.
^l nus ^*^Wc..;I^. wo* 'T^i' 'ttjto savo I e wWa'hs t
4.14 ea ordatred.,
J9WISH COLONY NEAR Q1RILI.
At Lt.eat WO Will Lct*t That to
Baip'. in ParmrnO.,
Moblel4, AhS% ,IVtIroih A jstrt Aok
.aIl Es beas ablhishd s rek,
o. (hj fhs 0of the o Sautthorni R4vy,
en,* Uobm, A., 0.. $ t iA s toutht
that at tIt 4 a fl win be la, ed
aaor thIe Iast puts t lt-
tlOtts frotts th# IUt. eHliL Rth


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Three Times the'
Value Of Any Other


One-Third Fase

M4(if onI q 'ew noii# th)
out fatil lh uily p OINo






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mel It that ilaghts htunin% tA
In the wOriti,

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ghterMrs.VJ. tr of IAT A ber of, plant$ The lar
Sthroughobg | tryosof which the Georgia
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