Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02180
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 12, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02180
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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,NO. 23 AINEV E, RA,



idmiral Reports Ou
(took Bombardment.

|richant Vessels Captured
io Turned Over to Their
Countrilea-Japs Insist
ire of Russian Gunboat.
rch 11.-Viet Admiral Ka'
trng ,tli e bombardment
ck on March 6, says the
nenoed at ten mitut(e of
the afternoon and theo r.
& up about forty minutes.
the blimbardment was ef-
iOemoraltzlngi to the ene-
tBlran forts: did not reply
r e,.J. J'panese! crul it-
ly o reco'nnotered several
t o the coat; blut

C oonmstdis the second
ti* rom ', '. 'L '.a"e
ed,,w ched 'the
Sto Vlia Iv ato l on the
tlrch 6,, through a'frozen,
ney's hpas, were not
of the habor. We aP-
t. tterjes on ithe norlthl
frQm i& pott ley'ond the
iiattotrie O"t, thBalzanr
anid lBosphorus trait. At
ng the inn iter harbor 4)
50 .50 'clock in the atf
*etirod; I believe 'hie bom-
e'teal considerable dam-
era wOre seen, bitt thee

iCAPTAWil ittt'tiISNSTtei.
; *anlde ot Viaedlvtuok squadron]
tteies dild no. reitly to our
ilok S:moke wat. observed at.
o entrance to the' harbor albu.t
A, and was thought to be from
iy'l shipli ut this snioke giad-

ie morning of Mlafit 7, we
o t50d Atmerica hay Hnd-Strek.
bitt Si w nothing tiusnetal WVe
aped the east en rance to Vlad-'
S t 10oon. The enemyys shIps
fible anid the batteries did
W We turoNed toward Poi-s
toi anot seeing (bt e ',enmy.

I, Thurday, bMarch lO--The
toe merchant: v.esselfs cap1-
Jtneae swoarshi blps since thit
have 'just been releasodl,
fo r huttira'.lUsians Chi-
Germuans have beenn trnriedd
reipectiv e itoneoittalm to be
their o|l t coulntrItes
h, oftleors taken at the
litil i roal At 4sebo
Porgo of the No4rwoelan
a bt b$ been reetledl

It prehsting tlit Chii
x'th departure of the
a pa4teur frost th.11
Ro o.4 It I' a.ssrte.i
t (i)0s tUhe. iproip .t,

: -alasit aM intti, 21: was lost whtll
on/'efe way 'to.thb* port, The i rew
of the t i(p>edo< boat were rescued by
tbs transport :. .. ,


Misalalippi Legislature Will Not Ad-
journ at the Time Set.
Jackson,. Miss., Mareli 11 --T'le tiques
tLon of meeting the proipectthve dell-
cIt. which is variously estiluated at
from $600,000 to $1,000 for the next
two years, is practically the only thing
tlat. Is now ,h(liting the Atlis.11 ialpl leg-
lihatitro I iAnseloion.
Intthe lower hlinous a (loehbd. apathy
Is boIing lantfeated on the sulhlect ol
calling up tho bill provhidlng for' a,
bond lsuo and theo indlcatlons are
that ttis nieiasre will b0o left ovor tun
til the very last matter of importance
transacted before adjournieuit. $en(.t-
ntit. amog uniarbeers Isvery much
dividled on tho hond Issue question,
and thl er Is it dispolition aiong those
oppo.seod to tho Rtep to question the
accuracy .of thti figures prepared by
those opposed to the figures prepareoi
.by lios who are urglng the inesatsret
A nij orlty O t tho latter are, In fit-
vort ittaklng ant isste of $it,Qt,0000
In bonds at, 4 pet cent, to run for.
20, yuars, WIUltYh the I)rlvlngo,' of rFO-
doominiig a portlnt of the atiount eaph


Several Distillerles In Cherokee Coun-
ty Dest.ryed.
Marietta, Ga., March ll.--D)oUtptty
Colloctuttir' V; E. Crockett. and E.
Ilnititt mtade onto of Utie biggest habils
on "inoonethlne" stillerltll e oni the
morunng of (l.ho 8th, tiedlt O'Neil.l, In
Chl'rolkte scoitty, that has boon mhittle
for a lon t lime in this di.trlct.
Tie raid wlst a ciniplitot tticcoss.
wi'lh th, exception of taking the opitr-
a ntrs ino Ciustody.
Six ititUl;fleros, ft"e oif themr with
compltOt ti.ttlls aid1 In full rtunlltng
oirdor, ovhlentltly itondi d to le I (Ittll\rt-
ede agail In. (itt' mornnl'hiti whtioro thiey
wert' left the nltght porvhiits, wIth n i
large (qllttaity. of hbe(r on hand ntid
ready (for (cttilllti nri, (re'lo ,cizledl ariid
cotnlpip ,ely (t.istroyed.


Her AFron Caught Fire and Death Re-
sults from Injuries Received.
Atlanta, Mtch l11,- -Tho tdoath ,t
isl uil annitieAlexanduer, .tt 1i6 -year-old
dat0ghtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Jostse Alox-
ander, 54 1, Wyriiartn eetrat; occurred
W.dn.teeday inorning at 11 o'clock at
the (Grady hospital as the roesulit of
m.rnsi rteceiveed Ttesdtlay attornoon
while taking coffee for h.ir ik niolh-
1utogssity afternoon, Mrs Ida Alex;
ander saldl, heit wanteHd some coffee
andl li erda'ighter, who had beit, stay'
Inls .at honie nurslag li.hr mother, on,
1It1nctdl to make It for her; WeVnl
ahe had prepprod It he used. l pr
apint to take the pot off the fire and
r' uoi' the fiaintes could I be extingulhb-
ed fi h receiver injurlos that resulted
In death.


Young Woman Cauls Arest of a
SJeItous Lover. : .
Atlanita. M"arlih t .--Oeorge W.
O'Nteal, the young man who attempti(ptl
suicide tal ttt:iu ay night, IM held
by the pilce on ,oinplailt e>of %is8
Mlaude. -0Sat, the ytung girl wiho,
O'Neal s ays; eautsed him to try to endi
hi "
hi Im 1 Seals ity sayb. e foara O'Neahl
w *ll k'li hr as hit has stade 'Ut0reta0i
to shoot b hr oetn eight.
'Ofnl .w i diaiialtetd from. the e-
p ira.W. t readay von at, sad.' be is
..rportd,!t'.s Makllii ,. ;ia it(Ki t0:ii
' ,porteae .f i'r ldg remarked to a,
lrou that *i the ad4 to 4 MU Is

JhIe 41.31 heard ofP gue #tter'ahd
o id his m. tot kit# atchstlo

h" ph O~hiow"i. V y R, k.




Conductor Killed And Engineer

Fatally Injured.
The Engines Were Completely Dtmol-
Ishod and Track It Still Blocked.
Wreck Occurred _on Seaboard Air
Line Railway at Belt Junction.
Atlanta, Matrch it -In l ti'll isolt
hbet'wcen two switch engineslti ich oc-.
cti'l'eu.tl at I o'clock Thlurad)y miorn
Ing tliretlly itn front of the Ai'tmtour
llanit iLt l ol Julimtlon, M, Al. tapp
l lild.I, a yirdI cetiduictor, was instaint-
iy ktleil ICd,1 oblnson, of 117 Ilnit-
ilton ittroet,, tin tlngiitioor on oine of
the l;ldilna, had both his legso anitputat-
(al, i hit1V b1tin relonoVtt to th i f
iraety hoetiltal in a dylng ;>lotiltlon,
Olin of tlhe, switlch eagintes wIts
stanudilu still 'whon thi Othitr otn,
aaid io have beei 'riiinnihitgn at at high
rate of sptl,t li ttcli It. 'Tie e nginoett
weate completely dlt'mnlflaelt1 andi ail
though a wroeldng crew has bonot
SworIn!. oni tle tras gileae that thutie
the tni'fiis aret tilll blelckadaed.
The tlUtid i;,igln!ir, Mr, Hoblnson,
Iwag lortitghi to Atlanta on. lt HpdIal
traftland wa sentt o t he Qraedy hoiepit
al.7 An anitillo n ritt t thbe itrihl t4
Slnpoi pso t. siHet Th"' rtinuains of Ihliapp.
holdt wore also broiiug'lt n nianil nilt
to tIo mlulie.tt litilngt n liatt t)ioirs or ll M.
Patterns ;u, on (, Iotilee tr.e Itrlrt r l


Wll. Hang Tomorrow UnleMs He dies
,of Pneumonia.
st. ,Inuphi, Mo., March l alng
death firont lieu'ticonhit l ilul. h tatli4ttg
off by tl)e gallows, Mark Du)iiI, ,ltfur.
deer ot' Alfrld P'outtoni at, ItulvillIo,
waH.s aill In jatl Itero today aft r a
a nl miot lial (aptiui' .
l o I li i lying eondliell.o blit 1n1"
httr hit dalt iihmit in ttr tiot+ iitt Willt

ic asett', hi' a l lhi tin r l itt' Kn Ill la i hA
Itl too w41 o Ik it o lff" ir mil;,tatnll "o )
ho1rrlff b illtn'i-ur nalel It ti riil ttptiiulleH"I
what hile til ftit, i l'u i ilitstn.i e 1hA iuiie'
try froii.m in i *-dlih
shortly ifliit h l 't t' .npt front
thl k Jailt ln.''.h ,It M Ititly lib h ti't itlIIofe il .
niidl hWas iiH rlll(t til t t i'' tdi r lit alin
Ciitnl a of i I'ttae t lilet i i ty ii!it ll ti'oe, A
faril ha ll wh tioA vl +l i l t tI d,
th11 t ll )o.fni llit.v wwi m' l sr)i ni). A telo-

Sdr Jo tH ti lil llt1 h I'tl tyH ae brothiterf
Inh-lonw of uilnn. tit whiios iti liin ettili'
alatd hton wl li t r iivylt ri'omli tlh ifiar h r*,
d tliat runlgitI hhvet i'ttji line i
knowtitind isdlil put ty w i in, man 1III
a buylty
Deriwthly ill., Dtit)unn Hla "it l I' oai wild
drivl:|.4lro l i l P ('u,11il')" tlfirlff
Stln3 dai on iaij, flr tirale I tl-n Int -nn had
46 nllnu~t o sart 1110 i11111
I)Ddn night have ,'esrsic! .hid her
nqt hIN*c<" sit)o walkt by Ithe It ie ()Offil;
f ord *Iae reaft(lil flMt, ir it ,, iilr,\hl
dlnrnlll d his, (irlvi-r finfl. (x.a 'itdl
said he 'co1lrd go noi te Ii'r r

Congressman *,PFrom Siouth Caroli1.
Di* s of Bi oo4 Po*aop'nig.
thie Gi.lorge 'W '.rift. df A i, r M, ,
died at I hi.s horie herq tda > tfl

S(Oruft -aa be;t. i T fee eoV als
w asek as Il-re'ldr tit t; t ry e#I se*
e l by a Ai. te lt i tn s hit tet) f.l' n
1kik h' -bLh p olea(in rusti I rt"! 'rI
a $ev.zbrth, ,wat urani .lfro s
Aishn Itiht lb eli nta of him ,llf 4 4
th(e ###t4I phslimtas wIth s hota t ih
aultI p .-.tiisavakhn *f, 1 :v!

sid al h oftt a s TeTr.,trili, -M .n A

pe.ed (.tei ti S. . "

Jut 5'5m811M $1a haud testmn tvarks




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2,' 19.04 TEN. (NTS A WEEK'.

ei* 'nd the Militia a

Anit hio s ill, i, the1 uf ti l ag "4 i .

litch lavrt ronmtuot this Gale Sprang Up ad Alu do ed t 1 altiot owi Retire Report$, a tTX Jap
ur, till ntitttt .t l t,- i stll
;' l. atr) bR .Tir t ua ta ne Have t.B terd e 't. i an 4"
iowats in he ftr wti ar. a Suig Lah bttyo is n told.5
tli while 18 u o i r t i si f iort an Up Art l r, M r 4h A tri a
ipt hon jiIIbtitir pht vs anid fromt the signal oatitoi8A it, t VO'diqk
,lat n h Rtire tporti'it tWhe ttp e'a
blk, wtitded m) palitt of or Japth Matoaiano lrot ,o h ~ 0hrj
hen HRitchard Dixon, n gno". ln. Fiftyl lbutol,"atI'er;"Qe l li:s hor ,
i .' (: olis. and It enild it r hIttirh t )i i (dfire ol on 'th : 1ii e9t
Iti ht l )reski e fAimnorial "or, iot'la A. gIaat.in helle ,.:tD t'
ie body ofi So gm nlt y 'lit l attactilg .fleeon Wiitthdrw,.
Mn 1 h uithalt:|c not At Poto!a.to g Wt 4:

hI 18 o li)I 8, of millitii., om T..tl lt:ly t tlIt~t rta t ii4*4
e.d piatr0al for: th Y tity t t u'p to thil hiulr iuthy roy a th Set
itirv' ptoltitl fe, with all otf w r wa. ThTa As nf ted Prt ss dit*
(, cutlntty offtiAliA .wI 'r I patci h front 'Pot lArt1lit o t oi a
omlt o f ri t I. ildiille fr i ll Irttith attatcl o r t pl a by th1 Ja,1
o, O0nly it t 4millilit. tif hatot (,it he. atch ot ttalth

1 iota. t A t r A tth wtttJ r'tno tttI l The* ASot.i4 t _td,
l' ,l distl htt .along tl.he P.rO r' n Vi l0v4 tnIt bltlr'
pui lietl lthilugs and ti vlvt e liIt ikni, tttttio ofAght-
:illity oi trontle, W t Il, l ., nirU.l .i i ut d thauli s qtUl' tt
ftties ily tt' ti T'I 'h we st tltr, th r ,
i.tyt'oy whhl 1 wihs trltlhd The.l toir Mi that the( htpinote a iiv#
ittiil utt nttli>tvlty ilibinunitild otilrrodi t Maioli Werlii, t of the 'Y li ,
,i. v itt iIMIl i t in hI i r tv lvr m u. have, i tt,, ch'iwt, o'i 8 itil ".n "a
C. h o tg" ,oh i th. o Pokin i' oad, 'which. 1'*;
om,, f,,u n ntl l <)wi hof h tli tI .l lit nnil 110 v orinmltl inl a n to i

a While nIIo ei flil nalny a e' on I.It mtrw l latutd !lI- lia tktwti it f li i iillotit do ":|.
ounttkt long l1t ditittyedil
I that in m y u i) e w.ho. N t
it thhi' Inh rownt othtr cicitA Cxar Recelvei Noweppetv M i,.t.+ -'i, *
na h (itt ll' i ttr nlt ll(. : Now o'6:rlI Miu o he 1t l t.toll(ri lir 0ad ild by .
SI. n ihll h i nt 1 l) i i tlv.1 I 1 1 elf litl I,(i ntlB IuIroa i l tf tld id.b .. "
tilieo ,iR' t't, ililtil do a1fl' M I. Hu.v. li ll, Itft .' ttti'l I '-ito Novuois ,,=al
ea tltt l t ita l ,ioty bil Vrilly iI t tilvo 'i I ho lo e r elvo In a Id itII
Iot it ( I 1A b ith whIt ni6 i tt e ii, t tt y ('Iit tt h ir. y! t H'tr' tl t ilt-d i,

l.t+it.' s t r rtin'g' iti)i t tli < Pettl 1 t e(lttt, 't eItteo'lenirt t hie aerl

vOW.1 f' ir' S"I. l y.STORIl' all iON hTAN tan "Th < 'iat lei lit 1iil .lit dMi wtfo .
\ pi( 04h0ioktl IfVvr y oiw',. HIo silil he o r (to g oi l tln hi k
11,601m i o (l( lity I t )liRnwigh t g n It I illt l ti t ani t ctlfIo uie whbld
Irkl1,tsg, 0 of Mn Ithl llnilly tiof h w fll tt:t1 in ho l teWi ti f have, n, H ,'d",
it l'lrl't. rf t|(i, illllleI it IllI',lil, for w hi Ah int ititiy tt l ette. 0'1 "I40r Japane Or Y0r)ii, hant Cofr, Its Suicidewlto
ily iil iil w ull e i lrll Ihow rl'1h' illI ) l.lih hill, .li treut t A lt.s
.t..y I '1i i t t lI hll, I tt t htttftab i wl It yol tt t r e

bt'uiii.t i itto nt it tn ettipt it of eiippiyttg Rualnti
S HIs anT AL ON s TANi D ito ivt Bilf rt'|te l tH rl lae ( fe lnd (iott ei
.... e .a..it..... t W llhth th e it lle itl tl e n n mnt hr l hlw.'. I a .rl'ea't
torkilt g of Mal cht nery of iio fiidf I t In t le AI tiavo rliOt .li "
4lormon C~lur M t. It c IIr Aiiy fllri nt a dier '.tieo 1 '

gi t a grout eal an ,Or thie
lti.y l h. "tiiti i.tt, irn f 'ot'e i hlir No M ire 'aHrriio to'Laq s s

Iltfnlowih attthli leit n' wit rl.t li. tU l'tli bnaft .ilp l t roi tolistlli 1 t

h' rob I llr.e'it pr- hi I JmTh .ICtl t fitm r ilt"0 1 n1.t hor tin og iti 1glee
li l itatiurtilt l t ha t|, l i wot hit hores ri t.'ohitatlo w ith I tls p ttirt*M eit'. ,
if t ,l tttth'p liy (ap litti .tiltt tUtn ,frm th'e head c tie. 'renmi t
i l il for tite V purpIa i+ of d Mu oreertmurnt a OM h itelt U l, 'it tl as ed.

hi .to. :f' it de ts, N- w Yoi, itr ii Ma r th i ;,ap n-. .hnsee
lt*lFr w t tittlth f'l I.l,e w ita. riy etgti;et r withll. o li 00thil0i of th iile : p '
lia stat'. re o prti ,ilti in ni thltt fojiriitr ln tave h i frm ltlii, '* "e:
Iti..-tl.i . .. lit l i 'l a nileee o ioa tteu t it e of the ,Yel'i rf .l :.

i atin wor, t ohrt, i,, r afe liI dati, a.l.e .'h flei . :tt *a. ....'*l't

ietl., si<'< f.'.,{th+, l ns'iHi <>riry ,D,tMP *." Oe '' ', "^-l

, 't :i o.*r'. Af"ItV I. Vi c th1 e atih Nes .'
: 4 ', (i laienth 9a War. t oi1A Away '

8t04 snt itichard Mon2tei" b i
OAY1, Ga,.. Man L$ if 0 0 htrstoW1it01h

qlpliy ".h, 4 9-14 j 4p 111-thiftoot^ 04 lthe m y
tut I W eItr w e t)' t t 0
k f 115 WWlt4 mrs teoma~i (as M8I.1


'Treau;ier', However,'
iMade Goo,d by TranS -
Repfn-Fun4d-T.ax l^Was ;
For the information of
'11 others interested, it
ure to state the coindi.'
fIng fund for' the re.
`nds and coupons '
April 1, 1903- .. 1300 96.
ii(X- sale certif-.
k taxes ........ 112 0
Iedted,.........722 -06
ndld .... ....... $2141
r)5 cootpons due
for 899 ooupons
19038 ............ 2304 00
.. .... ... $2-1. 10
ag one of the aillountS
r we have an overdraft

w on hand in'water rents
eh will be increased by
6minl in later. The coun-
lng largely uipon the water
the second series of.bonmds,
tWenty thousand dollar
miber, 1011, being seven
Therefore, the levy
itgintills from :1891 to
00 o twomtlb s in 1001,
P was patie three illsa.
I has naeverused a dollar
g fund foriany other por.-
or the payir'ent of water
interet,4 I have on hand
statement of the City Coui-
as made a year ago, and on
e;x minoth they will issue
(preient year, which I will
igve aiiyone who wlahei to
iipelvea on the financial
I our ity. I am glad Siun
for this information its my
'very detail are open for in-
the citizens, and it is noto
pjeasute, but a duty to givo
and all, times information

dry espectfully,
SJ, M. I..,
City Treasurer.
n on the Increase-Notes of
se Who ComeAand Go;
e, March 11,-Harry Stein.
retmrnted 'Tuesday from
after spending a month
r with his parents.

rdan left yesterday for Pa-

Mrs, Rafues are rejoicing
arrival of a flnoe baby girl.
ad Mrs. J. Perry.
>ra Tucker is visiting her
i. Mae Duka at Gainesville.
1oore spent Mnpday in 'the
'.Hal of Georgia, better
i. the' "feather 'nmep,"t have
im oir town to Hlawthorn).,
S gavthey ave perfect, atisfac-
llwaiy reported a hustling

.ti'rell, one of thte A. C. L.'s
otfTrilby, spent Sunday with
!itsad .. : ,
y end family of (eorgia are
ng in our midst, guests of

TillHman spent Monday and
ith rilatikes at lteddick.
'tr0 Biddenback of Egypt,.
Pgust of Mrs. John- Z.t.

borough of Wnl"dor was in
iariday,, ': ,
tterson paid Jacksonville
euil Wedaesday,
Dight of High Springs paid
tilt0Iu t-8flf d fy;. .^;: Are. I
salioa and charming little
VA h,, of Watldoo, are
'eiiolter,. :",
lBtWtf^ t *eis visIting

rSoiagk this week-.
"tllllt *Will We*hsdaJ'
(Mayi ri!s who aJ.

We jAag~ia&e )s

ls isonte d that Mrs M. ttybrik Ias
jrriv.d'.W in ,Nlw York.
Th. cat~ebs of' opinion ati St. WSt

Mosnl 'stoiday, gtvo toste eil
this,^1 ^. <,'1,

dIaCO to tls th it polI glmiy ia

S 'ti^h aelt of t.he ("i^ty El itit'trte H
,brohn opt lt(s4Ot night and ) ,rr'.

i i to 'n .Fit i' pi pl)jI p '" is ti let I le
so'nt" atl) in .rt od to the i -i probe.
]e i.


The People's Candidate for


A Soldier Under Gen
lee from First .to L

Carries four .'yan
lets a. a gentle re
that great bloody ist



A i.l tlih inig'stigation oh it" to plw-
till d lp!irllpont vill r sult fr'oi tib
ripirIol (f il'tl' ( Oilhlltet oil pohtltTlcc,
ftnd pli' ilii', atiotnbuir's oh' thei

S T' ilv i' Mot phis. of thi s8tivnl
tlah l.it, tri'i'iv 's In Por' (1 liii Irs lvor
idlle, O(l)t1 h trip -rot) n NOw V t''k swh
Inlcou rtei i strnT nd liihd i very
rough piai!sslgo.

lti to ail hody foundll twar Atlantia
anti1 hbiil nA is that of J. WV Mainnllitg,
is iow\v klhtetld by Mi'sl, Matthlow Ihirge,
wtho ,snIs it is that of heri hiiabrnd,
MailtEhow Ir, r .

IZEN OF, Thtorgolia stath phrdon board, in
E. 0hc, n :;t- of Wi11 tlflldandl, of Mlorgan
Coiiuny., ln'prrto, tonviO'tx of ltunri 'r,
hiwt (It]'tllrnoi i o lItto erliut' % With I ;,i sen-
lral R teiEto u.'ttlt rit kinndi will tiIiig Pr'iliy.
asat Day 'lItyir ot iroitltikoi aintl al(y coun-
e ai.. olnsia. l t in stro t. light., 'rho
y .'11 a1 s .thadly i ti ed ip, ll Is coi
flt ti do u' Ib, ,d wi tl i" a broke arm
ikee'" bil. 44i. ctits ti liwt-i)s1es' n itbs heatd 11(1d
ttiider of ,., '
ruggle. ,APhysicl' W 1es
ani desirous of knowing iftho pro.
ft'esion 0an ob'tlitil l trbikne ttin .uni kfor
I)rescri)bipg turbile itt'lia boeil of
PEOPLE great iiuse io ie in treatiltg cittIes of
Sdysp'psia brought on' byex,'ssnt or
overwork. I have, never ktown it to
tfahili restorilig ti orgai alTetited to
Stlhier ltiealtliful ietivity' Otle a i0ottle
RI .at .Johbn1ton ro;'

The ffairmhg and laboring
men his fhlt conszJeratlon.

eral School POLICY. Thle Pri-
mary. The Rallroad Comials-
ilon. -ard Roads. Econom-
ical Administration. Payment
of the State Debt. Regiuation,
of Critinal Corporations and


Noted Poet-Scout Delighted Anotther
Large Audionce at Tabernaffir .

Tthe chtuntauuia programti wans olnie-
what interfered with yesterday ion alt
couni of .the iocleiliendy (if the
weather i the' afternoon. Prof.
lrown. delivered hi. Bible lctlurre at
t) a. In., biut the recital by Prof Oliver
Arnold .was postponed intil next
Tuesdny.' I .. " 1*'*i "
. t. 0 p abtik..' Oratw-
ford. agtit" enter ~-a large i(r4-
disnewe with htinmlmilry aid stories of
ii ex per ietie as a sont sin the ilIndian
wars r. He is correctly styled theiri
"P'oet',Scoutn/, and his recital of, ex.
peri'enee in auichcapiaily ire' both eon
tertatiniig and ilistrllive. Col. A.P
'Morrow of this lity was his- eominlind
ing otllfor in the caligpaign agalistl the
Indian' Chiefs Vioiorltl and r(lerapltiu,
and tihe meeting between ChOl. Morrow
and Capt OCrawford on '-Thuridy ,s
said to have wen a .. t a' athig one" ,
Cap W N. h.iughe, coomMna.tdat .of
.East F'lorida $emninhry, 'was sI'Il eaon
nected with one of the otnmands for
w th ithe, i"Poetiount lped as ohlee
scout, and both oflfeers speck of.'fCaOsp*
tain Jack" in th ilghes i termi,'
Captain Criwford is an eminetit
Christian gentleman, but the way in,
which he handles "hli guti demon-
stratest that he tli*evd in tle old
sayi,, 1iie MO phi'a.ti 14. l 'thl fist0

the botder.i
So$wetartd s Pleoossln! nI'&r ..t
'MIrS. 0.. Peto as i ke: i:i:t. il 0


SFurniture, Stoves, Clocks,
Trunks, Etc.
2! W M. Ill St., S_. u nlirvllr, Ph
u okI l eih litlh l.hsvil r,'ri t Co.
VF i (I hirhlne inI 4 lid C t, for A hIII ) on Easy 'aymetsil,

1 h'll> l] lr In llll i Ul|Ii, l' ithl l

l i l ( hl' It In w ai all ,'i i I on i l i>.r vIil I,i f I Il'll, ...,

1i e Mit it ,
i)n li|'ri l I', i ,

(A ll" n O it, i I o ti ti
IIC I*ii !' l' tl i M ,,li,

h t ll H t rll cl lIl I '0,) t l l i
T e t) )i II "In n i" t fo r Oen,'4 et lm'ti )I
I(OKv l ', l16 'UP. I .| I VI Alltll' 11100! t|,i, 41 P ICO| M Ii~ l

lfhtdir~tri1 l l v 'i 6i (4 I'Ir I W Ill ll o lork .f-
Imil< elm14 Th v 1 1;
4.&4ln' ..t. th g "" *>.rti <.si4 o ,ll

TlsId t u ardi .,

1,U5 t !'il o

0 tol t ~Y e g ti

witnhtw ) 14r
1 itW ki Iov of Pmetei
,t oo iHll i t~l^* *''''^
!1101B4Ja4-6dd ir 1P4Rl;"

O O la t award' utatur^e

h fy iiase cahnot rtly ih* ltt4ltop4
l4tn I' lr hn prt toyand idbirthtweak-

n* orer'taud0 ii 5 ad wtlo n b Tli ltstfii ers. tol lo ot

childhirth, is corrected wthenl Wine of C il is u's daring pregnancy.
S Wi in aof itlui btties are heaIltly brabieb e cause, ditn the
Months of reuthuntiy, the mother is able nto ge iw neor oSy tlity
With tliesa fotar proesUtod to Amertican WOimen no expectant
another shottid ltl satisfed woio,.utthe re'inforemient thatW Wo of Cardui
Swill givo her. Every iuothitr ahoild e abl8 y treat se felt in her hoeI
with this vtlutable n tioie ,
W ino of Cardui can be 'treod front any druggist at l.00 bottle.
.:%Poly Slam the mother ofa seven chilerti n nd whit ln pre ywithh
first ixl suffered untold misery until they were born. Onte m etfore the
seventhwasalornlbogantotakebottleoo(f Wincot0ard1ui wl 01 gave
relihfaftertakingthree(do.se. 1 ued theiemaitnderoftth I bottleuwn tilthe

WIN~i 0.01
1'' :, )11J'

Take The Atlantic Coastine


Ralpid1 Tt' L U iit U11"d KAnsurpi'' 'ed, rvioeWi', "

Tino Table ti-oolfet Februli ry T,. I90(i/ "-
I) Ai4() u Hig h 8truti and uitor. t t pm
Daily o Jui ttIl)I nto y
2 f0 pA ., O 08b, Lebifrg ,td TI'amlipa,i nd 140p ,
uaily Intltrmedlato Points DaUy,
2 26imp n PalaRka, )Daytoni, Jack onvil.
IDily INoItit,. Eat and West Daily
12 1l t mn High springs, Wiytron, Havatnah, runaibak, 1A:4 pin
1)ally Albany, Athlnt, All. PolnL N(orth, Eiat Welt Dill

8lp" I ootll N, MI kml mopy and Oultra 95 :

/D ally h ]iigh 8prilgs i

(h)on ilg V I or Northwood TrIvll via tliih tgo 'ntld Floridill limltod, old ld
v u tibjrl i triilt otf hI'lhlit tt Helil itg, Ol)s'ervilatiho Linrary ih ing Iatr and

Sit hli l, b e i"tw n St. AI\iugi tii I ine (l it ll , l g, y o (ll i io y it ()it .out,
I ltvr 1t. Atigoitit l'\ I';I I U. !y .. 14) i a'-m
Arriv .fatitko o l l " ,. .I i , 11,'1v0 t Ilt t
. v ,le ntti l L I t. it t
A rriv it Tiall '' il'() t 1)

A rriv Atattanogs '0 i m
I, l vit Ti latti , (N t. /, I0y .. . . . t1 9 p hI
Arrive tii t ( ah 0 n l i I
4l-av, ashvlla t It . ..' I4 Ii i p
Afrriv'hi At tan rll e W. , 1 71* a i

Arritt ( ivih t la ,O!. I \. . i81tft at s
'v < ( " .. .. ,, ,' .. . ;l....
Arrivet inerr- liai I i' i0; .m
Leave erre avillte I. I T ti
Arrlvit t-( l, lti o' ''',.'- li
Arrivt .irrwp Hiuut ,1t,.. ... . L11 ol

.'' Ti train' I~ tiii-i daMh i(tir of, pterf! iiit oi'io .liM ng. r rVl i or. irI
trifuervtioarlo d i oln tltnm r ln orn iatlun It(idl tto 't'I kt Ag nti Ii .; l Hi. "i lA.
tmultt(So;,or Atlant~ u'p ( l0t i0 o 1, fIutt)tli, IItI< W. 1lty ttift, J<5l iv5lllllt P!
Intoerehalngeitble Mleagi* Tilkets, good ovir 111,000 mlesi o6f 41on he prlnT
elpIl railways ii the Sou then 8tatel, are tl sAle by t.)he pA l l 1pi i .
'Through Ptillmatiln s .rPort Tatmpt to Iiw York, via Ata14e 1 oa1 t
ihn-, also via Atlantl(lo0t (stIsn Aand oAilthiornt RilwOy.
1 r. .o.mplbte ,Inf'(M l.m!,at lll. r .i s 1.. '
J.A. (OOD WIN, Ticket Agent iiOQlneville.
VFIANK .10 HIOYJAiT'ON, Conml Agt,, W. BtAK Trav, Pass. Ag,
'11 W. ,iay at Astoir Bdnlhidi k iol 'Ol .,' '
'. M 3M lON'r M. mM.,R.4, Traf. WS WOlAI Agi,,
Wilmngtoi,- N C. Wilplsgt o1s, O;. (

W'b .. in. Need. o . .

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P. UPNJ,, ""
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IAJ RIOM 1 Fi.-. y a seco4 pqn un4l tU01oa

raol ertoybeforthe h f e guiar action canno bE secured
le ( 03tGataosI* allyAssertted tt 4e wo dte to restrict th retes no bile to ke th tt
Qspeoo mo adUser? ~thie Aetor has soonmlished little or mpread o the d teddiseaee. execott toir oator functions? Unnatf
Ibolr l f dhricronst
ti whle, rpres ting the people ural aitation cause S i catharts
t Mc of Florida In the, Sante.Hence it A .% DEMOCRATIC COtVENTION Cetinuhl a crep sg doscy to
WMA M WTi, fets as shown by the,,, ngressal Wrg Over Whotier DelegatDes Ito.-g
Gent) Troy Agent ana correspondet Record. 1ere Ia isn batlt of the should Be Inbtructed. o ti
"ICx:PORTU BLOORt. bil) introduced b' the Ohator in the Providence, R I. Msrch 11-Denmo. Vrcrt C, Ch4'
I I ) 6if e y2^ 6-'. at1 LIu
I Wi fe6 .os 5 7th an holntreesses:"rtoteontnlion asembled here: "* *vr Peveve f^sat
t A,8 ., t. oI ate, debate. toihe nain ,; Ret
tp(d aKtY pp t by e miinnitev r 8s bygeinglp dr t o Cour o lam. aic'~ T tle w tiota ttitii : r g Pevers: and by going to thg of 1-
Srae of Demorat to hooe d ouble, works permanent cure..
m 'tor oe0' for v,, weeer Idefitely ostpd 2 egates t k art n the'1 ominat FiFTY CENTS P ER. BPOQTTL
P eier -i-o tre '. 'It will appearN froon the foregoing f 'h p*sldentlal candidate n the "" i
1 etAto^~^t ,lda o ot i 10 ceas that noro than twenty-five and .one. the 9'4 cainpaign, but wa ofiner or ale by ohnson ros., ainesille
it ors rion,ad bents for'endb hatlf per oent of the whole nuniber in- eit also because of a struggle which
;ifrdltnnal ertokowp troduced passed both ouse 'of Co. had developed between two wiso olngs of
/onR totappUidso n a nown gres8 and became .Ja, ; nearly fifteen the Party over the question of Instruct-
... .-.. -eand one-half per eent passed. the Sen- Ing the delegates whom to support as b.
t-olun pr polished er at.e but failed, or failed to come up, in presidential nominees. One faction, RESPOSIBL OMPANIES,
ay and T'hur'slay. and contains all the the H-ouse; nearly thirteen per 'ceit- headed by (eorge W. Greene, member I 1 CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIE8,
S5:eW of the week. local, state and Ken peniion or relief bills-were referred of the national committee and John Worthy of LIBERALITYoFpOPIJClYCONTRAT.S
rI'ore; aatheUllnitbe atsr aonada, fordnO tnfor setttlement to the Court of Oalme; J PFitzgerald, of Pawtucklet, DI)emocrat. Consideraon PROMIIPT PAYMENTor LOSSES.I
a e a fract'ionof oeorty-one per cent fe lee e d tatn e hessIofhrep-,
;. a 5- did hot reoah a third reading on the resentatlves demaned that the dele- We cover these important points and respect.fuul
Allaedvertilt blll mem due ater l frst l hil ly a fraction ove gates be Instructed to favor williamsolicit a hare of your business.
i' p ra r adve rtlseelilentnlaleoh Heart, of New York
Astipulalted inrcntrae. arties, ot known t lve per cent the whole number regular state organization, i
s:i : iil be required to pavr or advertialig in ad. were defeat' i n i the Senate by In- through Patrick Henry Quinn, of War- r l
vance Addrs. TH DA sILY :NI .LA. definite pot nemenit. wi ick,, its chairman, opposed an inlll ll l
t b= fai led, r toc".... ..n structed delelgalon (hahrmaA Q l'nn
.t1'...i.n..r.. "" 'er"' A CHANCEK TO THINK. w as suppertd Ibv Colknel Samuel R ----Agents for the---
The, king of Korea has -several hun- ---- **- oe ,of *NeWPort, leader Int
dredwives. Two interting fite ms o news were velvtrand e mpaignst. 4. th
te^'l-p ',** -- -^ ;,,a printed in thq general newspapers last '0' 1 LO o n
S men never apprcate home woek, th Wal Street Journal. --" % i n C i
o'ufti'l they... are. I m! we 'y rom e 's On6 "v "bils-were.oftho"ootLIEAna(ti, O":I"0b i0 o.T,
I "1'Yof11 'bnt' W.a l J,- nes .Uin found gUllty or-e .Aoon i .. tor s ntheDsto safe made, r d r' partlen nte plat
Right thought i. the .motive pow- pilcty. in the postal ra.ude Another Drymoitt, ly tettler hll m o a bae, oranthiain thAline,
th ingt pthe purchase of a safe,s ortaatloin thattlinef
er h controls and ppels right p to beattrue o- e ortW s4tc oeve,'tesli fromaa box toaak v a1n svr doney
yaIthr by oinsuiotiuge R CaU onoor address ,
The otal frade re the worst d coed from hunors, ite herited
lie:at all about o lses o r n the goer- or -quired through defective di- rly furshed VLLE FLO

| : y ,p eao w ar h e thtie efb beuadn sat I th 'oI T o treat t h eruption ns w ith .Inn, of W ar.
"rj am A7 I* d r*r i 'I"Y SUN. Life, odht' (ad e' ll UsurE.

.w... proong -.-'Ii ldeneee. t han:i^ tany othei event. in the The thing to do is to take S -. _
P op p o s e(Vg bn Io w *d \. I m t *a c o d n m d h u*t o .
Sliquor min;havig organized for fandal history of this country in a Hood's arsaparilla
determination to lter.: po liti:s, ev. t gianttheretore, thatto : ad Pis Ar Line Railway
S'. J, carpet proposes a State conorrupton in 'the governmentt service Whichthoroughlyelen l
ettion o- r rtemperane workers.e, had roots rehing .t .far and wide .Opel.ing s a building R.

zatton f th '' n"' o l e ;aiu io" A ,iru Pinest Ralrisht Richnor o d Wtth
bs al ided li tBliR o n otatt a caiack o l reached deep t0 the ieoart of polithi ,ls e l l0nesR .h l"rnu.i:,i .ft, iL orv' i.0i,,, f r tif, 'Vn.a.ti x hi n C a mO, a n
"ronebil. ;0.l ,l'.. owner, ot,, ear- 11"b ""h"g""l. "an".'high"po i.,Dne Ra legAAhB lihmone /ash,
I p a p e rd L o k

wo. .* -Wrth. = :;,;:- ^ .S: morals e or tilnlgtncy ohVf the rgoverri e-St le
n ood' M v i.s .,-,6 l n ri iroltg, deltJ ph ia, New York,
3 Wi Bltyhe o. Iowa, the leader of serve that doeso not injure business, cure and keepC the Pr seol. a; e w
S that State'"stn patter," being and there is no evil weakening the ...
:" talked about asakieiy man for chair. structure of trade and coammerec that -
man. of th lItopteblionr NationaIl Co -p. duoe not havo a corresponding effect
i itte, ile sa tii man who is trying upon the political conditions of the T relle Elegant Trains ]D i:
to niako a doormat, so to speak, of the eouutry.
ow "o a Idea." ,I't ioul h o obsu'eed ,th.it ach l*
r.it. e ..-,: .......an.._ dale as those developed in the Seaboard Florida Lim ited
The Chii u0 o-lha itad yi that tie pos to-l'r (epalrtanii t and the hip. mf 0064, --oo % ,vMP
;/ h Japanese wogd fur "hurrah" is "ban-. builinig,'naturally'develop as oneF of S
sa l," and that the Russa equivalent theo e nqtences o a period of pros. eaboardl i j ress
S ir "kaestrovklIoIfTvrieky," To the perityin thlisacountry, when the po.-
average person it will ,een that the ple beconie suddenly mad with the
S, Japanese hi the bst of It as he can oraze for getting rich rapidly, not as Seaboard M ail
S sho ut hiword while the other 'follow the result of logitinate industry and
;.is gettltin tartted, .. .. enteorpriase,'but by methods which do ...... .. ,
'not quare wlth thel laws of right deal-. I M .A. LE...N...L...: L l...,. ......... E | N
Te liapa urnd y ,n in anwrt to 00- ing betw anand From ti MNANDWOMENM n U L AN UIPM NT
4 r4' etary lay's'noteakigo that the in. pointof vieow It is a good thing that .,IoPnES fur, uso,, u r. ..
,. t ogrity o f Ch 'ina be pr eser ved ,.ag ree ve h ave now entered in to a p ersi d o f '.",{ ^ ( 't;', ; iX
.to theproposition,.wlth te exoeptiout radjustnment, whet" the people, can ,S.. "ru, e BOARD UFL IDA LIMITED i a vesi
of; aoManchuria- ilessa thoee shall be, hIave a chance to think and to got biek i~, tEvAnsCMAtco. ,pt,,t erui.,<.... bulled trami11, COmpOSed ex(. tsivelv of Pullan e ouii-
-liIoi .sl e, n .. r i r- ..
| oren o! to on or the oth fthro e tho beli'ger- .- ---uv.....*ne .l. iauptv, 5". an/ Yb^r* r, lS' ri Augustjn) a
nt. Cpaellg on w.'hih o, wins, As..everyone know, a very large .o a r.uan o,, ti e r, i .. s. li. t. A t,.iune aga
numbr of persons'i llieted with on- ."ac.-ks v'll t p. o. .d l sli :0 .. dai l
I aiat th. saloons in .aek sumptiotn seek either restoration to A A1 p. d
..sonville are now air-tight on Sunday health or prolongation o. f life by go,. V
S antd that it Is intpoeilf for La m to big to Colorado New io Arizona Oly ne rati
we; :. hI whistle"' in thile lorLida m. or Caltfornmia Thsy have been al- WholsaleH annd Retail nlh ldn
tro ; ollis n t.he Sabbath unless he has lowed to travel in the uiian sleep- ailyTrough Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonviile to New Olean
previously suppliedti Msln'i with. aera The Sautal Fe railway nilal, LI 9 U 0 R DEALE R.
flask ~h"n thepooland.hblIari rooms, believing that thi prae is danger For full information a, l. r i .n any aboard
Swhtre other games. arc also phtyed, os And unsanitary, have letermnIned write A i. .~, lbI F .' ... BC. IISTQN, J..eaboar,
ae ol ..loi r0 0t on the fit eRsop"tan h aopit a rsar for th er o on aill 'I i t ':l r ,. l
: i Ue of ths la tif invalids. 'he er fell quarts d ryl e, DA "
lif on. Arthur Wllprns,ohanirmat t rths in these ears are ia.t.e .' Wels. e rs64f,046 ..'-- .". l'"-....----o'.
of the .t.te e"ocrati' S1reattfe o ..ryur 'eW .rash epr s W e id. m
boeIo nittee, sitanya the action" of ihe S r i U 0 tti. n (hhy" "ote&jro, ( ,i. d 1OR PICEB i r. FRE.hLI.F' aAND
Al.'; hu, .oattlty commiitt o in ordering i.r "'rGan '. D. DRAN I ,
two separate poing ipI aeL for the I rank t Ches, ino tInue st thati hes, ., W .FI- It A,. 1 t d lp, Y r
t''Iab:out an o r is sautanisru partner o t m.e tir(t of. hat, 1I o W. Bay Jackacnville, Fa |
011rny on May lopth i in iolatton of theil ) e.1 8 a Co doinge btu-sineg I the *le*' L S .

a" aV i"' "l o f 1 ,61o d '', S"
P 'state prlttar ~ .w and th rumii? "f T eof Tlorlod aotity 'aa th t TI.e AND BEST COm IN S U R A N C E
plw01*0U .ad Ih tolfi rsad' ad.thtiat'lrI wlln'dlus
4the Sl aed imInset T th matter 410, i t, eachCo elsN6 Fruit an Truk o

I 1 54; ikCag to let thANSue usalsn iIatatiEO. I J, BRL Y E1 tev aed lrop'r, POyTR BLOCK A. E .,
1 On e her ior wt lor and tibed OOALA, rLA,
h it0 a1 t taks-the int my presence, 'his 8th day of e, -0
"e itt *s I ig LAto a
11 e .e- A. W u .so v *p*' 10 1
it hesib& that o.I......
010 ton the ombs athar *lesCA 1 ur isee,4m ter tis u
Wil *roub)O of,,so as *(*'' an*^WtTd0Uto try' toe bo aagallo VER 'IP F E
it Iu A CO.- Vi ItV 40100 p ,ly AO t 5he j te 4, of jftf
II 4aUl Lrou A <. I IIIIA ____otai* : '.'- tr1 :

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re with Cushman & ilill,
holess tlmests at Weeks Bros',

SLife t'nurance agent,
:of igh Springs wasm
lMstvsi's on:derfti Salve for tale

(y taxesilhta bhe paid t his month.
.', :: d.21t
S Atwater :f Waldo Is visit-
tl)tlves o G0aiesvlle.,
Wilson ofacksonvill was at
t .. house -yesterday--.-. ..-...



ww 0

Ink* re with %,shmanat 1a I .
Mrs. F:. Lyell and childre. of
iC leart W after are' in the clity visiting
S., G aulden' J. B. M4orlarty of
ayeLttevrille, Fla., w're In the city'
W^ sterdty^^'i,' 1;1::

ORon o 'phone, Wdeks Bros .when'
.ant reh and Ju e y meats of all,
4, h40,
El' E. Williams of Alaeta, one ofr
4th4 leading nerebhvnts 0f that place,
was a visitor to 0An il ervl ye trda
frem mWester meats at Weeks ire'.
steak, roasts, e.to,, R MienimbeIr .lI"
whenn ordtterng you r mtia today.
Among the viitors'in the city' yes.

or otags have arrived, and 'those deast
Ini them may seottue same bj calling

.lCo l Franik W; Pope of Jacksonvil l
is a candidate, fornatiional committee.
ian from 'Florida, lae has many
friends', in Alaeha county w!"o will
7gtevo-4hn their-htarty'stt ppo'rt:

ti A,.Morton oft Eve wa among. Pt and Storage eompnting ladueah,
Visitors to thitscity yesterdayy' w s', it In thotcKt Oomphisy ,d'eah,
],sIhrot have ai i ityI, Hl i$ olfpally
% today, Call or order by 'phone. makes a specialty of potatoes, or
J. elvin of Colum'bus pa,, was ages, cabbage, etc, in ear lots.
filtered at the Brown iHoio yester A. O fo.rnIrly of Island
......es ;e rGrove but now residing at Arcadia,
lteyi~-r returrd r t al n been In the oity for several days._
rt vit to his old hoMe at Mlica- ie is th0 father of .L- J.3, Csls, who
t oi st lMr' W1,1jamson at Roehelle re.
*ently.. _
hI Woltendesn, a proeta t.ll 1 Miss' Ftel Mollvalue yes(orday
upoity a it th t teidered her resignation as teacher of
Sthe advanced eound gramdo :u the 'Olt,.
o Sale--Typ)writer, good orderr. raded att4 H4ig School, Her resig-
Svr w. Apply to Tohn .W nation iN d eply regrettd by trustees,,
itF.t'. fa'ciul. a;., iia' '* a^ilty, pupls and.patrons, alike. It
FM r a is) un.ders.tood that MIss. til.vatin 0.wilt
d froma pl vis i to rela- I gerngage teao ing;
it Mrn, (t, ..f ? "Protf Oliver, Artold .rqT ests 'asto
SI 0Ja'rki, rone 'of the !led state.ttt tlter will o,.a rehearsal (f
tVrchants of ]it1rgise, Was via-, ter Betllwt t the, First lamp-
to this Yot yticrday, .s Ut O rh: rt e i- r a l. sharp h tiMevening
ith. Drydal9- of JA oksoIlo e 1s Rvery members' urged to be present
Itlng htr diuglite, Mri, I. ; M atid ng blMiui(, t Prof.Arnod will be
fe, 408 West Maih sttreet, t{rth. assisted at th Tilernaiele ton ght ly
tr, W. 8. Milhm ofl t iitsbUg, Messrs. Jo phSe~treber of Jaekisoilville
S1 vidthti Mrs. J. BBim ut at andt l,, lW Lirson .of S.. IPtersburg.
t $ab14,ra pmtnlitt uiih ~ ,ant' pruee i:ne, Aa.On P. 1 I 99-r.
tk villle, wpis arot g tho rej E,. W, .al, .De.r .t 'I aspehtt lat
e4 4t the Brown h 1,itta i ay. yer In your lh" and, whit ths.'re' yfr
"A etOgletr', othdintuior ot ts remedy wM w mneidtei to me.. A f.
it t' Air Line, with leadNusrtors rt trin several other >hyiiaut ,
a) i .eity. for t o: tniedy. It cured ,n~ tfy
0044'Ali ter-l~io nr o m4d at 'O n anRA asWon-,lr' aW*
oNvn q6,on .t, y^. .

|^ i T e by c trsu aa *r;apt lDiseo y, cures all
|Walt who i5 attOnday ^^ )ida*ey ad bladr tr.bles. tm 0ovsc

7,M f ::Iwis 0n l ..t.y f.rom.
:,01101 0 lot sale o4 Frankl a

It you w'n tprrnted statiolone y ina
any form The San oft e is the place to,:
Jesse, E.Brt city editor of T e
$0n, wentto Patlaika o business y-
terday. He will return today,,
For: SAle or npt-Two-story 8.roomo
hoose,,^ 46'X644Pleasant Street.rp
G. W eha^. ^'l e ;-, or ,. JMition,
Capt. Jack Qw ford, the poft-scout,
favored The ua wit a peaant call
yesterday. Il's it Agenial, entertai- .
:ig gentleman, and )l ;alw.ay.s meet
with a'heaftyweirdblie at this offle.'
Wanted -A lidy edinpetent to keep
books and accounts and act as Cashlet
and stenographetin office of mnanufac-
turing corporation. Must be correct
at figures and good writer. Address,
statingage and ormer experience, P,
.Box No.'74.8 t
Wanted--To copies of The Daily
Sun of Novemober 30, 1908, December
1, 1903, and, Anuiary 11, 1904; also a
copy of 'th SemiW.ekly'Sun of No-
veimbr 6, iO08 and January 4, 1904.
For tihe flrst 'opy of each of these
dates we will pay 10ots. tf
In thelieaseof the Seals Drug Co. of
Waycross, Qa., Vs,. ,. W. Williams, at.
tithment, tried before Judge Mason
yesterday, verdict was rendered by
joary for plaintiff in the sum of $84.60.
0. 0. Thomas, Robert E. Davis and
J. A. Oarlisle for plaintiff, and J, M.
Rivero, Syd L. Carter and Evans Haile
for defendant
0, W. Stevens o( Alachua was a we]-
connp visitor to The Sun offlae yester.
day'.: Mr. St evenS isa one of the' most
substantial farmers of tih old New-
.ni nevileaeotio, and has his own cold
soritg .fr curing meat.' :He s:ayhe
haas never lost pound of 'meat sbiee
erecting. the cold 'storage and would
not part with the plant for many times
what 'lt.cost him.
Captain lio. M Lynch, who' went
a9a delegate from Mt. Vernon Lodge
No. 20, Knights of Fythias, to the an-
nual meeting of 'the Grand, Lodge;
which is now in session in St. Augus.
tine, passed through .the city yester.
day e route to, High Springs where
he, with other candidates for the office
of county :superintendent of schools,
made an add res.last. night. Captain
Lych setpted that .. 'C. Lynch had
been promoted frotg,`he office of Grand
In ner Guard to .Griin Master at Arms
in tihe Qrand Lodge, which will be,
ratifying. news to his many fr-ied f In

Dr. Merritt CorthelH

Gainesyille Mar, 23 and24.
Positively Two UlDy Only,

Examination Free.
ly tlirouIrhonit thre 'O.t' Sutds-
fa tio oGusrtunteed.
!figh, Sprhilts Mardti 25 ani 2v .

^ A. fulie ofr l"esons 1 41 T;.re I
i ,r 3 Artor, J" dqo i, Ia :'..Orid sA
promptly filed. w :. to$A9
Dr.:J. UH.Colion returned yesterday
from St. AugoatI r where he a
a delegate to,the rand., Lodge from
St. Vernon Lodg~~No. 20, Kn ights. ofl
Pythia. :
"Saiuel P.:-olmes Co. C bro,' era* i
$tou)ks, grain and cotton, "Ba'ldWin
lok, Jaeksonville,!' ". 'Specii at-.
t ientin tq local eti' rities. Refer 'to
any bank in JacksionvUle. Orders oxs-
outed directly on floor of New Y6rk
Stock Exehjnge. 2*8-dtt
Cheap Rates for. Chautauqua.
On Monday, March 14th, th Atlafintic
Coast Line has arranged to sell cheap
tiWkets to Gainesville onn account of
Rev Sam Jones' lecture. Those who
desire to hear' this great lecture can
cogie to Gainesville on Atlantic Coast
Line regular trains, Arrangements
have been made for tr1in returning to
High Springs, Micanopy, Citra and in-
termediate points, Leave Gainesville
at 10:30 p. m. 5t
"Registration Notice.
Theocity registration books are no1
opea at my office in the U. S. Land of-
flee, Where all persons qualified to reg-
ister can do so until the closing of said
books at 4:00 Qpn, m.on the second Sat-
urday in March, the s4an1e being the
12th day of said month J. M. DIc.,,
Clerk and Treasurer City of Gaines-
ville. 2-17daw to3v3-12

SPersonal' attention11 : to
a 1 r aS in this line
Mail and telegraphr or-
ders promptly attend-
: ed to.

,Gainesville, .Flora ...



26108 Beech St'eet "

M ain .lt 'i t. rht coro r south of P. 0.
After a very cold and disagreeable winter, we lnd Spring uon us P Early and Late. BE
eg ry han we of tf th Sevice the B ES
son. Tegardenl .are full of violets, paniij ail l)ht01s I ,
every kind-i wich wanei us that Sumnmer ni gl'h, So o ready for os Continental oysters
the wamrier datys-they are rely coinig, 4tl hw t\l i i I oui Cori0etitot oysters
pr epare for thegood old summer time t o and d.rip coffee. Western steaks;.
Special attention toisuppers, for-
APor IA L p F O R T N IS W Ela es. U. c lord
; .mr A ,onetd .mroldere, K .t e regTlarr meal Try ona of.Our ,
Sii it 1t o. ot it. ... ..' C st ... o'.. 35c t al tickets :
.1lI n. Ay1. ; to ..I ^. 5 ei ^t ... .90
t s y l tI75mao Ifha~h~ i d 0e at r l ........... .... t .......
40 Nl ~,a daVisWhte I a bIdiens a r t i t A', e Y ,. i tb_....... 75 _. .,l_ -"......."
Yleats .Wh Ite U Si, 1 t cr i ld _id mk er Ys ...-...os'lre
.t, esColIto IC pe 5 f 7 65I ua'
| 25C " soldozen -o Aes,,Nf 0 lin, $20 iNi ioe
l. t t.. .. ... .O.. ...o.t. .i l. .* et a l u e< ; p dr o. , :.t $ :1 [ r tI r a i t s f r o m l i f e

tiC l'unI. IIn it "
1 iam0ym,',i ( st ieircwMilhi t .te , er 'a 5 n,1. t..,Ue .,' S, ,nuner Ve l,,,m h. ,,r, a specialty.
I, m . ... . e : .' ,t,'.., .. ...... ,S ; f ,()', S do u e 'n l es S im m z Vur ..t i^ O ., .' '. 3 5 .] ? h d

ehave oh lartta net or Dry od, In Emit Flurila .Cme $ : I iE
H.aUT. n ArRo!an .e
L yurmtM e Bad Are bidlu t forIlt with te best values4 efthisablea r

'M S, RW ':son ITS1 11


What Tho WhoAttd th Tberna-
clo-WIIl Have .Ploasur-f'.Hwir Ing.
As a matter' of tlinr.t!ion 'to the
pubtHi.o Thb dSut k I'DplibUh ery
tmtoratuim the eliaitsnqiia pethgrain for
t00mat day, t thadatth defaia to at-
tetd the aturnreel*s 'ay hw what
*to expct. tollowlxg is today's pro.
a0 mst ,h:,& .ibl..ev, l r I rof a
^^ W ^ Bro '.:y ,;: **-*1
$. th) n ram....^(sinana t aN in* w.. ,


W6 wll fi~e trS lin of Cfoi-ts and Blankets
1. ly Com eort', his y u $ I- Co ,
*l omforts, hi on ore, this wee
1l.' ^f10 Blankets, b Allt o Ls
Otber at 4q y Low rteOMs, th
MIN gg@
2.06 ,
^J~*"gB, 1' *^^@f-r ''*| i lt| i llmemema^^'..,1'

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B3ought:IQr Lts, S o1d t4 MI
qua? tly.



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