Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02181
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 13, 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: VID02181
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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T .. a ORIES O. m at h,:. p 1 NESrt t01L .
asts 8: KOT

:---- "At 8 In., on Feb, 7, smoko WAs ... .
|ay She Lost Three Ships hnd noticed on the horizon. The Tsattku Higher Cot of Labor and Raw Materl--
i"Japanpse Veels---Jap. a was dispathe to Ivestigat and al Are ed a One Cause of Loss

tt Great Naval Battle. ter tblagprlze was taken Rear Admiral Much puliding Will Be Pone,.
Pete ..b.rg .arch 1r-10 p tad.i o of the. dvio of the Now 'orik March 1,.-Speelal tale-
oes of the Ka (of Pot eettated fr Che lpo Admiral gras cor respondents idnt the

ir) which havo just arrived hero Togo directed the hoisting of signal interastiona Mercantile thrnghout
ian the flrst detailed Rfssian d flags that, road: t4e United State1 showa that fsprt ng
tion of the battle a~ Port ,rthur "Attak the enemy's boats as soon trade now about comWpletld, has fail
tsays: as they are seen' Late that day a on 10 or 15 per cent berlin the total
its Rusian squadron which was Rusianh totpedo boat was seen anti vonme, distributed i the frat t.wo
Sto rst attack when the shotswere exchanged at a distne of months of 103.
wo were 'sighted by the scouts ut 000 The eondlasa The di~irence "not o groat at.
sd P cruiser Chito and two other smaller New k but bulness in NR w 1g
Yov, flaship; the battleship v els were dispatched a a. land is undelably q t Ch
eaviet, the battleship Poltava. thi oFeb toward Port Arlthnr to re. erehintis find thie ioven ont( oa
tIeahip Sebast4ol, the battleship connoler. They re~bortd sighting goods, clothing, shoes.and grlceries
eda, the armored cruiser Bayan, ive of t;he ee'yTs :boats and ftlred oin Is about equal to that' of ,a year ago ,
protected cruiser Dinas, thet pr ten Thefr di not fire, but 'at St. c'ul and. Louvtle "there
ed ertiet Novik #ud'tlh Apgira. Admiral T'o~o algnailedl:.l,: re: Brgains."'* d.:or. her
ibatiesholp Retvismai antd the bat- "' Attack the mlntti fleet at once';. "Rectit weather conditlons have t',
.g.r..vit.h, Lwhich had een '"A Nthe Japanes i0et proceeded to- voredw stel trade and a revival of thle
Oen the previ us nlght, were Wa, Port Arthtir aInot eomlng o.t bulliig lamd tryo. Winthli aI aowit b
)al jiured to participate of te har'br a JTapand s .and It aan te In terr.at.inal mercantil gemiy'46
A1 8 rl to'litim the morning four 'torhantnian, the hNiieruria. TheRua- canvas of the aiitationat ten of tihea
r,*se cruisers' rounded the Liao- sian Yessel was captured withoutfir. larger cities of thte oi tttry points tox
ri prmontory and then headed ing a shot. 'a, (.'." 'a .. decriased volumee iti.p yoe ,aa.s t0
Itheat,. withe ltentiont of draw- At li a. .a, at a: distance of 10 Value owimlf largely to higher coats
the' Ruatsa s il. pursuit. The knots from Port Arthur, the eniemy'as f labor maPHi, rawmater ,ls. fiarler
Bo ar was nt.out to recotnuoit scout boat wa sighted and two shot New York. city conetrtors expect, th
hi returned at 10:36 a i and was sent after it. it returned t the total will about equal that of last year,
lle the approrachofa large Jap haibo't We s W theo Runsslan mn-. At Philadelphia an inoreas is expect-
|^ leet which'was sighted at 11:07 of war trying to got back under the ed from 15 lto 20 per cent. .and Judgiing
iw composed of 12I vessels, six shelter of the fort gun9. The h Mlket from. the hemartet-r of noew project at
leships' anad' s ruisors. They fired st and thtep.raisod the at- Chicago, the year will rival 19!3.
Steaming in inee abreast. Four tacking flag, the enemy answered and Ou(ti of thi horned dilatilct, ailtti
be cruises .toot up a potion' be- t engagement became general. The nores bulhlding will eot very matorl,
the heavier hips. th Japa- Russlan. shells felt short but, the ire ally.
opened" fre" at mills and the from the fortress damag d the fleet .. ..
Si tey replied. 'The lightly .' N York Cotton Market.N
y baid been dlaposed in "Our amn buaanvod splendidly 'h New TYork ilMa,,h 3.i.te doston
;ltered ther- positions, the.As- allowed no excitement 'but great en- market ed steady at an dvane
land oyaho advancing abreastt f thutvsn in their work at thi gn of 5 to 11 points on rather better ca.
o Tin Rock and the Nogvik moving Whe wished to' content~ the lre )but the blos than expetedt and ceontlnued
Sthe coast towards Lalo Tishin, shells of the shore 'bstlorie wer1 oe. mnll :elPtS Th ro was 'onaldera-
Sthe Bayan advanced and led cong alargiy cios. aid we fear- azi at the Iniial. slvane.
restt ofthe fleet between, the ed, the torpedo btoaets, so. the signal and at luat. iore appeared to ibe lit-
viar vessels of Russia's enemy andwa given tO tie bull miipppirt L.tioAl hjl.t .i th4re-
.coas...The sland .batter esB- ot. r thi-tWht-4 -Wa 5 t.a o.ppi'ilit' ly no aogr a siv saellin0
ed the fleet Into action, Viceroy uArthr'n were: irici dh ulirtaill y following theit cal
tleft and his staff observing the oKilled-Two officers t hn non- m a msil ifh' w Ilot iai fr hem l Ie a r,
cement from o 'hlden kill. colinr tsIonea o ffoe'-.r m also nin.4' 0 ^ hA lot sost Toi ng 'mscn, however f ro
ie e nemy steamed to i thin 40 u y wot ni "w o ftsl.ai l S Sit n n r o ns
ength (about800yr) At nonommlaioned offer, four l m.t hott, wilh Ns Orl,'rlconnt iotmi4.
end oft half an hour in three-.quar- shipnenand eighteen nm SBlightly chirty sui II lith*, hl'(r tiurt.el firm
ofhf an hour approached to within worued-Four officers, five non-co, aroumi .d tl,,l ,1- >niin; ltgl ),.wllth more
ables la"ngth (5,000) yards and lssioned 'officers and twenty-five' or tirh sittsr!' ty in' progrose
heading abMout toward tsh .olth, alen ' on 011 hl)l.isO of a l'lltilh. iWlk..td
fiect .oon disappeared in the mist repel-- I .. and srtil rmlov(lHtt ,
b velned the horlion. No News of LastUBombedment. Traing was ll' odertliy ma--
htenetye hr li woPetrersnurg, gMarch i-245 ive. an1 5,old to i, largely of i~pr

Sa int thtioldn ill a otalnable ,of the boibhardmettt of totin bil t h
| e ight T searchllght station bat-. oAt"h .rioh was roen ; i ,

y the ?N4oo kti, Askld and Di.,ana the emperor may have, na not known ity i the vIa l.-he-r '' ot, market.
e i' d S Military and nava aircl oth are masyat
a h end r f tie engagement' fled at the 'purpose of the appearance w i
easto w s the nltd of donraew of th i Japan.oe torpdo bstsa during 'New OrIisn Cortos M. rks et
'.a of steam a, iian kes l uTed The previous Aight as i w ot a- New Orlans, ar .. sThe I tt a
p *.arfiewis ,<'ec-an(. t -so,t~il boat wan. 6o1genad,-i.ml alo -a0tlW Now
%nl*oevoe sIhe ank v nd "eomlpaniIrd by S serious attempt u tnal mortlet boigher tha n .i'lrlia t yea,
haed th aa s the Russ ian' ips 'The bomb1ard1n' AtA '141k aferhdvanea iorli te ope
le toh at slgit enemy oa f t1he leot ftrom ga baocttion off' the a hin h adron16 ght 2 prli,, ll : igi'
t -rere damg e d a ni that iso L o aoTlsein promoa tory, T wheihlai I f to n ntt.hig'ahr thin. I lso ,o 0'ey a
j were killed or wounded. t. he ile fo h 'abodr, i.l Ibatved t ttr in May and ,st Std orr1e4
"Comr p o .t sl.edho tfh"or, n 1i^ h. ley l o '(I.1.1
la losses as given byit the No ltvo tirdcte that the Ja antese wea e af Sid Itaet tot ..till Year wilit to the 17 r
1, eorrespon w.th nt official :e o.. .ritsk ai fota ttl th it mk lrtirtl'y-'tIt bes wti:re
-.... g.uns. of the land batterlea. It it a iea tan stromng hullnsie r d 0. e the vOF
The tory t me.t Japan. i considered dC obtfal whether Tahy of ee-k e dr wroIngll l4l; r iTe wry
Ch .lt- Marc" 12-'-aptain Mat- the gJOAS of the. Risslia bat-Terls rto .tite u in the mstri,.at' w at ialt
t if, w o acted 'as signal fticr .command t .he lor .tres frona -w h :h e us t da~mra el da sijis i ta. o a'l-

p :'dtl hierat attack on Port .ot that dropping shells i. the ha- N w pris fotirm n Mar d;
Athttbii Peb. p, gives a graphi r and town even fa ftvst ila tspani.i a i lo t i
Ss)tory i t Ae gh.in ithl. Shimpo, led by'dangIer and t'.h atard: pa or -gtt .t
siwot ,widely elatsaiate.d news a plial po rlla Oll .a te r -... t" e :
altere df th, date of eb. 1s. Cop- Iry tht it .Ws 1 ta1 1 i. 0 a daters n ,..
th paper have it beeft rev to^ cotehu t plraisa t opatimon 'iie tl* Wir lmat in pr*i'*vii, .
0y ,beabefw Sbtm $apse15 Wheret. *tlil s;* of A.l egpUie W*ll*iat- Mar'h 1Cmn RRor'tfil.

W bleao. Tbe. kcopsa by' bero faare tht$rt blikfst ti efltt ly t u#1 *4at Oatrllos. 4pmed4 a rt
Eataumrm Is (1 ia5 st by a eb ict of p hf. Jalpaee wea to ke, p l ighW tItt the k'.A.tio nsf 1;
'*wftnesa. The captala k#* 9arUsoh Ad k et ordered te t fplin rted to? i -41i*atIt U,
"A ded ii the foot si h* $too' -
*f th ?tui byin a hell kcout Boats Noit iiepr$ PV5-, *.--- -
$ tb the Pft Arthatr fort *" W e-w York* Har#id 1k--wo l os, du OM wros Go A9s 4A.--
bi fac b*W at4 Wt ot atfl l00ta oma Port .,o 0 "sii, mat'i ---n
.-m wM, *i* ist4 04"tt Is abersOis grl to

14, "1904 '
....., .....+.:..+ :?|li


Five Hundred KEmioyoer May. Strike
on Acoutt of Them.
'Chitiago Mul',eh l2' .- di A patch tr
h 'l'h i Tribute tt srti R1lw ill,, Says:
fli'ultr glass in Ihe. lwhttiow' off
tthe tuw. $?,..l(l0,0 rt oiiry of a tonalr
watcli (enmp11tut1 y .igny tled itol i a strlit
- h-c'i'ltI Itl l inh ll '0 V .i-oit) plyi ,
WOisin t i iltih01hll, wa l tit1!il six
weeks. ai,,d t wopk4'm (.Im h
M Iln o it it %l' t I iii tl li thun t im ill
nIst I l WihO t t itrt igis(. i.liOltn fAlmt .1'
gla I ls inli t' .lsi st5 tI eilphys
ta e n ., l O w a it 'it t i a I i a l ilsi l is e nt.
l st 'd lo'iveriteekd ta ritui a i:ttl ino
Iln wtiln 1'l 114 ey iroull lito al td it i -it h
Nsevir tudiaihiib A Piitt -tttn
Wra Il hit t m i| (Kltf'n > ," i H Ippotnlti t1

t thoi..e ctmpatny'( official*

Measure Will Be introduced toAbolishti
.? .-Tftt' ennInethaio "p
Now York, M..Parch i.r- A a'''" nu it-'
q graph .comsalieit f'nl polltryo. keeMp'
ir., who refusel t prittmit itp. 't l, i t
their' plieest of buslijeiss so that the.
ionti touh not enod oi.t r'ingt eWsltl
witholt payhig : the:' ?oshpiny extrit
'threfor, lie0 r1 'tolt I h rawlr

Albany riTn'ay tfr intt' o ;cti A n b' rw
:the h.egislsturo. ,. the f.terms of itis'
prtopslnd law those Who lofieftrnk rat' ;
lrg news aspi lntsrnesiot n to he knsep
en ' thu amer elslae. *s Iblir ftroOS antI
nasy hbwprsossesutedi for relk t
*10t O!OTV f01t PALMMA ftid0Yi '
,Rflemat: of D afier*eu Nattons tt o n t
New r. M art ,i - ..v.;: .*'ii
iuave 'tn Star tn l-'iti it the
t' r.eqtlegti u.. ...tS..'tmist
Ilttlamali of Oiifirl lB.. l~lto" lttft'. o


-~ --~---4~
-~A. IThU


-Eiaped Fro.J4s Jit Was RAaptu'r
S, ..' s ter ay. .

the trsl-O' .9 a h d's' here DU
t" m N 0t 101)r whih .)mitIva$ ws
,isgdd wa, th.a ot Al 'red e.ntinm. a
"4bqithy Yong faTirmer 'at ltus hllo,
this cittl.i y,.. July (v 20 190,
HEt w WiSl'5ticed tt b' hatiuged 0t
Mal'mclh i. anrly on March .7 Dunan
e.csipoiid fiHi bJail by ovowpowiorlig.' isis
gtuadt ( a1ul threat itg tu kill i lin
wih two rtwolvae that had, hitll
aiU'tiltlel lutt lais eeit in a noal oil'
casu, IuIloS, t5he' ijllltr urrned 9i1m out
'us t(4 0 t t wilu'NlI H,'.keptl to the
'wod. s C t wr twilo dtNal' il.1d lights atld
ittani .\\w ut to t'ls' tisni of his blothI-
ri'l laulstw;.i Atnrii t.'W ouity, whI-'o ho
was t'sllutttrod-. I|t um x wits 28 yoarA
uld Uanld sttried,

Mystery Surrounds Finding of Bodies
of Man and Woman.
Uvi hotn, N- .r Maich 13 Thie
pal.ih uthiol'it h-a he.i i re u indasr 0
lug tt uimn siIa t()l (1 t 1 i sinmisl
ingr tlmding of ,id :o)011iq of{ itan
audid wosumi ytt i. Itlawair imas 1y 1d.
''.The w auisU hiadsld hiistiionasi ": .t
it 1:1 idt ,thYolt iywhiclto bh. that of1
A toll .wlit, 'who tl. .n.pt d in.
Januiry m -frem i .tr hoti i '4t IlkaCoolt
lidge Sai-la'.n -,.ouin'ty '
'ih ti ti'a I I1 .ho wits fomlit shortly
aftr ,th oiitpse of' the wo m n ho0
beent i"tscoverdiil,. There'. i 'thettig.
o it heir' body by Whichd tihey On hlil'
idestilti st ,.. .. -. -..:.
Col*t(Isr i lai sllial today "'the dstiti.
womuiis n-is not Misa N'wlklrk. (
'The ait iorlthis tlt (, ttnik {t. tprobte-
bh< lth. lodoI Iilonted down tlhe 0ela,
wtmre Iihv-'r finnt PIhllaidlphila or f-mt,
sonmo ptlsni above that piltue,
. .... . ....... +



Chinete ft,~gn ti Rtuss* ans Are
Deatroyihn V1i0I0l0NtPr the a u,
'" Rlve-Iravi A !idl ig Peat of a
Japanese Wtn .
t.: Peotorilbtrg, M ir o 1 -7:10 p.
i. --Th. !th ueat s ia~tl or o at flotl ,
i left P Art)iAi, at bid d'Aylight
tiss. morniItg atd ttaci th ,aa-
is so, itet" One 4aVpattet torpedo
boat .was stllunks at4nd 4.* ,ts ian (-r
p)do 0obeat destroyed, the tsahostobsd-
ni, w4%s 4un11k. hcbe t of the 1:t

mnd fourt .d atpI ae A roldr awiho m '
c'io Cly rs. capturedd W.i1 o
rea, were pairthhe thrmigh theo Ut04t
of :Mitkdonon T'h day, b*5rel 84'1
,On 1F ',,".'o Mar O e ra i
ch!te affi of Vitpey AAk tt'a1k

(erttburg 'thitstt: & u4torf 4,'oeO
umalrchlii ,f omWii''i had captured41
JapmaucIle. titujolr nafbetl Tsttl'qit i % d
ir 5ultiltl5 an i tW ctvliai s, Atn-
Tjlr dispatch trop Putt ArtuAtrat of
thoe anl'at. itatq.: thm%4 p0o6t4 'o
tAottuckst has tiCapitutl sllsi Jspta
on whoim they fotiind mIis i paper.
lio Tlt; March iS-A, Chift ''
rtetrgiiet front nllsi Yon tuniistt that he

atn 1 lvetorA nd stpryitlg Vlhlaso
rin to: ':,

Now York, Mqrdliki 12.-4 dattit '..
oli.v ', fat" haslis :ber per4;:1',y 1? ,s L
nai'sanst womAui woi esoaikpd from
1taioy .by ns1atmn whlc i t i'h arq, 1 : 'shi s
ed in tisytory, t(Hdl a WorkJ' a
.frolm' 'ilenA t lu I t ta said sh .
cr i inS pati, of i 0 tS0, ha rbors of
Dlainy Sall P ort Ar'thltir stid htokok them '
to Toldio, igottlit'mg aws y aiiliply as m as i
ordx iintry roin'tig ,, l' l.
.A-* Il;t:Ior i for hts'r h"rhernot m is the .
re orl>t|u ri-oward,..


all Ferry 8t(eamr ams and *at Last *
One Life LiLost.
(hllotsialit, O,, Airch --Ive 'hoi bi ..
ar fuIry. stessro 1 Sh1lanto jq0, i1
owe .d.by the Parre MIA trIttle a ll'-
roa il, t mi it tl4g jusI t ou idel01 of 0 '.as' .
aul.l mar. 'uid It iSf. litrd w il be
tmon ihave bose hiulru4 to de 40a on the''

:Later .l- ,thyani We etely 4 "

'It is 4tos,. t i. t I.i. k
oil Or aslinse ets1rta.de faeo
vess e' plied *bet tr5$ 0xniagi

Olihaged With nrt* 88 Apt Must j

New Oriutalk MI101s 1t -Qenersl

wht a < s a plg
In othidttNa Eolimali lit. aften ^ ^ ;'O
S*r." was "t itoad tday- to arys Ix'
*nosth 8Ii th I. pqttiitaltisy. #pQ*y'g

Pa Cahifstraha. hi a iam4.44 4t
eWsb.P siWo th.e troceds, s

satis *11 ta Way ndriWok Ce. a Sq
n'o u th,

ill be no evening ix trile, on o tuf a 4tt~ $C
of t ve ::rlo at the s Tilaber~aT6.( 1 ,
--Ioay7 rinity (fhInrah-Sronif at .^o,,%5g
the Ul# 6 tonr-^-0---- ^ .
ound MAdventa l)01~rltin ohntoh, ''."'
Rev. W -. inhnday scmhooli at A$O
~ .T preaching at 1: a. oegro
8ubJ$*p "Ito That Overoomaetb $halt 0
jC4Lr h 41 *hl' td I MiN^ lie Hi.s With M
o0 id4 Adl'as My Soao,' 1.Preahinig There was
in the evUening at 7 o'olibek. $Subjet1 dayi 11ight, a
The Howling of The hophord"11'- A nagre
Al th Thberbeaole,- at 80 o'abot th4t pli* 1b
is afte 41rnoon tr.e W 1taettlan 'uityl, The 4
wi loottre oa ^P"et. a Condltlons n RId table
'Japan."P AL this service there will bI the urn*r UI
scial solos y Mr.daron k of Now ettt that
Yark and Prof. 4Anol. In the enyear ya. T1
6jg there will be devotl6iol services performed '
ronoduwtedb4 1)t I dolaaro e hoi 8 troue *o th A pr t

i.^f ^ t' ^11 a.'rs..nu.- ^ .i ., .."i
trylas atr$c stiek't Oatholio'
roh as the us1 hours, FQ1 J
io pObio a W.cordiallyt lvited to all
at of worship. 0Mat 'free, An Were
grss will raeoile a friendly w41 A

I Those Who Atted' the Toabeat* near h
SWill Have Pleasure Of Hearang, 'Two
i A matter of inttormation to thi The
11o, The Stn will publish' every Rads
tningt the holiautauqua program for men v
day, so tat thtse destiring t "t. ',to hIP
I the Tboratole may klWOW what te n
pe.*st Eollowing ia today's proh. pie,
at .Nm,-1ture. P ,Dr. I V ,
I alml-DSeon, Dr' Claretl : B. Cha
.nlidV 1

sMonday, Marhi 14th.

200R .. "S .le rurie ova ,l,
': I -OrtutIE .vang,,^ t a
S ::, : t --40.i ture. .:' lawatho ki
h.'i,:t..'Kttthltrue ErirtK-owden, V lpa'
ralso, Ind. llturedt replreseo ttations.
of tho play kt'f tlliawlxaha" given ott
uiiltly by the Ihndlnue 'of Northwoit,
Illustratedihy a large llntbr of mar.-
olItluti beautiful storeoptleo views
d l.itttng pictures". Nlothingthttl'Qr i
Oen, platform.
Coils Cause Pneumonia.

& eo d,4etpoeiite4 oth tha luuigs, osnus

ag geutmoti5, is tt of Mts Ge6

to $g ownd#. I trie11 4 a nmer of
oi l tn ,vd o iav l u i'ttilh I .InUed Ole

Torwnde a'l mI n tt. me .
1o t he colh atreni hntntd

,:hool, Notes,
Many pupth who haav had mmaesls
as rotomed o school, hot
AyW at, toy :o j
e t| o I to. el n :e i imoiw.,r

. it

tere I
ere r

a, ant

s tsin
t i~ii i

miles from
o Mr. tRo
near loni!
nimo tof i1
his litmal w
ward of $'
tap' ,.
lhttim '

bee'a 1.a'
haut 1' Cii
tamuay .
Va Mrs
to (?aptair
'M's atialt
,Titnt Vt
window of I

My N
Rmonwe of
party 'rote

Mattett t
the negro
passed thi

iet" haIe t
'the vtcOp

.ft 1n
A NfjM1u

I11%. to oIU2
many fla b ar there In t l4
s many as 'have not, bee

f irnmetedt al' poltSit, at 'N th put 'a
,; F o t T h u r sd a y N ig h t ti .o in tsl : t : lo n t p u t '.
os Serlt s.Results, "Wh the d lteraetce between yo
a g T e eliy tffe isee thisi pled'thd
ad t reit was steious'; oli lOOll y. "My. colonel c nnot
oye:d acti a s i atmalke toeit capital )t your exUelle cy
anii involved itn a d'ft a, t i b
aria. tndgedIli i ruh Suv roff, strck by itr ch.wbdues
flght, during whloh onb1 keptt il 1a Pupon the man and s0ooU
p of the ober *to o afterward gave him the promotionafor.
an t~o~tat bate noese^ wlhich he had ilnuted.
ltiputaton, however, was tr
041fa sharp VpokeL kniek Tuand Iollars :hrown' way.
et ist- tw rnotig eiUy, e ?l W W. Baker of PlaInview,
mania was bitten he 4roa) Nb., writi A "MYlt wife had .1ug.
hiN Antagonist a sbarp bflo Ntrouble or over fifteen :0e. 1 Wea
S oa e&f rotl'ipat, tried atnumbr 'of 'dootioand speentt
c 04ti Ade fie lle1a pho ho dva a drtisouet 4an
rl iet d'iil 'o' asp r4 8 g veryu w a'ndo I 16i fo
toi~t bla, ap h theOpeltWh.nar0end igested ylnig
Fole'sU60 and Tar, whih1dI
N liURET.Or OA 't H tn, k Dt4 e to this gtt ro.. itea,,i,:
sa, aedh 1ftei She Ias treoagetirid op.
c"thi eX hiire tetterh yl'.tha Dh' iH hs .1
ox car that 414dIiihe rat4 ew s
'lWElIrnI I n to earo, ig 1l s hia er"
IhCauehit' '', be wihht$ay. .Hotney an Tr and
rt Pa., March .,-our would, asjthote affileti tt tVry oIt."
I taent wre bt rte ~ra to~ a. ld.tby V. Mo theis & tlo
*at 0I4ranc1 hItersectin ( GR)NNING MVATHES,.*.'
ra barely esoped, :' A, ,' aaa; k D yO of AMt t avY
i:.ere mnployettd s sectiono ri nntig natche5wo&n*
of the : Ca ittn which 26 '"eptl via 'o port i weri'y auglifh
arntled, comtainet gasoline days is aiwts by atl advertisaemnt an-
for hight Work., One of not(uing at g Ild ring to te ginned for
0terq-ka Itch to light hils by meniI on ict. U (t the Swan, ColeAshlill
sel oeof 'the gaaohiae 1iatt, in thaw111 shir. hich appears.
d thi oxploation octyrred ed io'n th Ilostl'tBoy of Septi 11 'ands' 17l,
. .:... ...', ~*....t uu ::t1h 11, im pple, t ented by o the' an.o geBtion
Brged Witi h Murder. t'6''. her l ountra tei', Io s wtIlnli tl ;
hre h t ed |l iof 'tfthe wa v slionld rln u Ai 1o1w0
N C., 0 March 1 a-After or tw i 'their l issue every hp"ornhgn
t law for four year i i'orttqer tv o r qualify l0 e11citas lvs flor thi
a arreted at M nlit <, 2S rtroi,2lnry 5eiion
i th iy, for the murder Atddisn g ivs a detailed account tof
ageKs, at' Troy. rU ftour olttoflhese ".ent.roversies of fa0es,"
Morgan. hAt bbeen living telling us thtl the a n'll i i ce uiiimn loit5s'
I Ol sOte Ltime undoe the' ly )esatoed the going 'on acoblblor. who
,V 1ti, 1~tJad after ho wats "tpro e tl Severatn) new girin of his own
Three omlIic ha ihadnlttned Inwntio, havuigt tbeen l sed to cut
ats, Itreh aprgn,. A re,- fati'e for mnniiy y i 's together over his
-aya was offered for 1ohis m tist, rrm e a i,
II I$ perrnimntce was A hnetiet ing lko
t.e..^- Mhl"o, "h Attw vo" th e ,t y irstgri. l hOc'6iatr v-
S, i iV.y ihuamnl fe are out of his coiinte
SOnly Qi Lt Now. N awnce: i ttl the second h stimulahtd the
T01nn, Mv th 12 .- Mrs 1e (O of a spout. fi the tliMtd that of a
v, aged ymrs, the lat iHtalb, at 'Mt. toiuth the head of a
rvitvtia w1 oW of a srvh- batss 1iol ntd at' the 1ftb a pair of u.ut
hier,; t 'di'ad. at. :Neborn,' #ctikiers." Addsoamiddi that a'comely
Mayo wa. married tio 8i- wewnlh, whom lie had woil in ;Vai tr
Ste:he ~tayo, vho was more than tvie yeatrt, was so cthirmet
lrs o i W He died (n 147. wIth':ils igi iatMhe lfe t iirriedtt hit the
at 8. IJatnioat of Plymouth fltoi ,g w.toik, the etthler usang the,
I"t now t" e sOdW,"l.e touring pe" ,S 0outea 14 ,W. ring,
; r al imtetmary War i rei ..
Oures Sciatic Rheumatism.
WlWIvnd Pare Negree M'rs A. I. i1mpson, litA rig St.,
g4, ...M. :, *iKd-ox. ilteo Team,;wrlto jii, e loth,
del 11te 16 h As by a strict 189: "I have twe trying the baths
Of4 tot oT,-l paWsed ti ll of f ot Sprlzgl Ark, tfr seaisitirhet-
a ' te franchise ti Maryiaad'Btallard' Snow' Littient than sny
S of Wehich to elitminste medicine Or'a;t-ything I have 1.1 ever
vots thae mti'aul has tr'ed. s nelsed fbid poStl0B0e order
a acnate aWd iow iries to for S ed u4 t larue btttle by
tiarvt49 tot sltitureo. Southora ]#preee" Sold by Johanstq

S'lat tti ftW m oitftt ttli W 'o," 'a'* t ' w'"" " ... e n .
i'ajr" cls'so I OI' twhiCtII a bit I a..w e t to tat wiati 1
'h, it i I'A4141, vtpRui i d 0 no w i s e h t Wits huit'
t 4 ta -00i4* t

s0 l4tw .,\ ;Nm l Why No':M .r'*Spofith' l
"^ .. "* f r. :^ ^ ;1 !0:h

ye and Bisd 4r T a bl tii b !ua iuesI
'::"' i:! ") RALOLA CO.. as

....P : ......m l .- U"

Pre Ia til, all Ft rs, Ginger, Ale, Rootad Birch Beor, CG d,

L wr rie for -ee c'ase aad botUes are not soiltbut n nune Iottle
'o g apped forA WPonti co ab,


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: T-E]:-WoZ:E L .-SAZILXI2 -CGS, .,
.. TWIEN i
Jacksonville and ew Yorl<,
: alingt COHARLESTON, h
e Finest8 SteamNlpi'Ina the. Ber"
Clyde New England and SPouthern Lines-
Direct Service Hetween JACKSONV1ILLE, lIOSTON and
PROVlDENCF and All' astern Points,
Calling at Oharleston both ways.

Southbound.... ......... ....... .. Fr Lewis' Wharf, Boton
Northbound....... ........... Frfm Foot of Catherine st., Jacksoxnivilli
B 0Ile St. Jo Ls River Line'
Between JAj KoiO lK an-V SAN FO1Ln
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St (Francis, Beresford (DelN.and), avd Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River
Leaves Jacksonvile 880 p. m. Sundays, Tiiesdays and Thuridays.
Leaves Sanford 9380a. n. Mobndays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
la appointed to sail as fohows:
o n. ost.lSCIEDULIE v U ,. Northboun.
Leave 8.80 pmn................... Jaksonvie ... .. Arrite 2: am
S... ....... ...Palat a. ..... ve 800
a .. A8s0 . Ator 2:a3
;;O0t....... ......2.....str. ....... .. ..... .... .
a 3 I8 aI ......... ........... '... St"Franc .. ..... ...... .. 00
Ar Wie a8: art~s .. .... ,,* ). jo d...L . .. .
10 ... ... .... ... ..... .. n rprie :.
Mr IL J. l.. J.As1: se s Pt I L.. wt4 B u t a j. sot. O ;
, Ci.OP. Jr.4e" srp ..... -- enM L.uera l en a4t,

eneval Manat r,. y 7 General Agenit.


lachua Pool Parlors,

ioeat*4d in t *he PNter $l .i *r tb
s'ide q ret,. T, t rt. ls. .t b *
16 oB i m, pt a~d p it rtrou
se I T 'dI pu si taeordially yuiesd
ijdi W sy-W toaine.' 1''*** : 1

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Repre en ting


Of All De'A ripti ,

ole EAgentt fr tIOlIARCiI and gOYUll
E'i*N QUAIJTY Shoes. kgey7
pair w r,,ra :td, ,

g*M erlA r POO

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r o PIro1RIAL, DRAMA "One Dose Oonvyices
Vale Chautaqua 'Monday and
*U 1March 14 :anr 45
u! ne rtz-Botlen' Peoril S
.is a artiste, Pleasing
iore artistic, mo.re po.a, "A a
ae..lofPiG, to d tyo. auund od L A
r ii ftiresive Trip to e O a l.3 111
OFI thiat bea rtibll nprodui'ctilleon h tiD rop 1
'aye her f.. '.. e wh.."'o heard I a 2 pe cet s tive la.xatiy, -
resdnt eo0.t of theertl at' ,petit4i,'w alIothwe"n"

(tyl In preparing tile "T p to relieves tit olIpt I
ima rgal'" for the public te wreolVe ai alliupurlties from
t trip erselfnd tudid thethhe eastern. Fifty cents a
ks 0of the Bavarian AAlps, bond apL al o au t orros.

Sh kow, ? cour, N14101 H LemonH o :Drops
mas I'lmland his l thi latelyC sce, sougsnt
f tht "Pasiouer Playn therica han o olds, sore throat and bro
'|o. h* 'a chitis 25 cents a bottle.
te lhas do H ahaore for uk fiaw llat TELEGRAPHIC "REVTI
o4du-h0t ofs Ihdoao lore for manyMo z leya's
idale, togendboth Mr. dMr, aneuers.
Sws Wberethoihtllu aong the Of.at The lt, ftee ho Dgin d
'ya- Us haa ,(nowfi their country, ,la101 Hot r 8,
4 4e tomliaopnd hie the tribe and feap ted the Mad Mul 's adherents,
lihe past two summershin the land of -
ith enes of "Hiawatha, drak full LEGRAPHIC REVE
411.hq atmosphere oftWhioh Longfellow
mFtetwlvne aed at'great nt'inhber of t hlen"l pll'n ai ese aro at. vma.
et ihrtn l tlo udthoren, of th u ;he ao cot ll, tol tl part ne tie nav.l
41at.tiltdrman o rand aboth MrandMr. slinlle v lea a tu
iey t were ado into' tileft r obe Yantk f ,ated the hnad Mallonlel adherent w,
ljinn d:e :e *. iaP.' t1 t. I ill -n. g .. .

r odan apmes. kr t r 150 of t t h ,t oul wleht
te'lfawa(tha" is the great delight of Posn Pllen g (d 106,years, aool-
yiehaol mehat They haI r 'Iead l. Dlkinlls 4iaoltf ia!ter nuOtmer,
tud Itand !e oi a zed It, a v :w the litlea 'c ln .a otgt..
14ak widp n ofthelappng ii f .th e so Scudge Heytar i ';V .a T ner tender hiew
tt w. themi whloh ha bt'pertet mov.- Yl.ki vhereh. hnT a.l eonfterece wltb

lo through hslong nd praial curt Iof orglad T ndg Beverly
g fleltw'a 8beltifullmegend,"Hia, Te rrell to fill the at. ancy.
Vtlyad its einspirat'Iion ann the A lrmttesw a ndiate ha
ylfor both oldrern MIyouhiga that The Seai'dAirln e AIroi) ind marlin
'r: eDo fit Is Pleasingtheralkevery r oly of 'every.state troelgh whIkenel l ..c
hl it $hetoq berA of the irte, ginelyng O'ail .one of. .largest
lt ma innedriby nti e al tmoas pherne, re llan of) iI l.s m ,id In t.e 1uth,o t
'he d the poem i nit dratma le fby Mr., '6oh o T, oFi' gerald, gr o lintn, iao
B.6 611, av"' iastonished all- i ei perts 14) iat her niit.land.: 10haa .l See i t 1:tto:
fr o their aOothnais actors introduced, itade (tic l nocrats in t stat
. tlatlo theon eLappif e i' oko t h Iorpre- Jl.d ht iy i .n 'T lrter tender titn
atitherow-er,, w the ich has Robeen i de ld for tm art juste otf those ing dele-
velopuedthrough his long and practical court of (Oeorgia, HI Judge Bev'rly
'eip jen1e.) "U. RvansAIs Appointed iby, ovetsor
Lgfllk.t bee-W tifu, league, "iabeno gates to ilthe n vacal Democra y.
ha," Its inspiration amonake the A unserwic nton ,t yndlcatoou
ay Indian optf orthernMichigani houghtil the m'selirie ogs and marine
it, it tle r dia i do there every rail wayar of the Io r ieuund ck- p to ny i-
e! ctag i-they are i o the riwa on dreii fori coughip and od of the plar st
ou man land, on t he t high eliffre, foure eas ralit flnd the b t med-,
eduedrthe poe a mos in dra atie for te inl e Pizgral, of.il. Patuckot,
ith fq vorite characiera introduced, Iveater 1,f thI 'Donlorcrt! In the stat.
tlain1 Hiawatha, Minne haha, mbl ii 01 th y o fps, ront tii les no wol n a ot.will
Je, rninhawadadlie, Noraomibls, thie and victory in y i state cor thenl
en th strow-Maker, the Black Robe, liid for the purpose of choosing an other
i-Puk-l-.ee-Wi, lagoo, Wabeno, gates to t0e national Df iocratic crolo
kotind, iWabiiii nae Dancera lfnllab-t at St. Lou.,
raves, Squaws, P'apooses, etc.

tchi dren der tan these Uitd Coughs and Colds.,
'his production of "HIiawatha" byes mOugh t
e Ojibway is eo fa lating as it l havi Mrs J Ic rath, b27 E 1P1 al., ut
>ve. The ktage i ts a n island in the chinon, 'Kail, writes, hI have given
'ie, hut the Indians do not stay on leallrd's Ureliopndlvrt p to my hl
e thao. They are in i 0he water on dre for, coughs and eold fior thle past
Soain land, on the lh r t year, adind lIt et ntiid-

*i .for oPl r.lhk P hKee* Wi,. Thhs 'is .. .
yWhre almost. T here act ru of the cie I e tie riusedtl." likelt,(ia' io. gh
~ 6gins witho the assembling O" the d n nit. -it I: ilou Oit I o wiltl'
10",rownin, p'dlpg amin soothe and heal anly divtals Ofthe'
roidg, t rat or d dimi q 14tel han anyothert
n tha story id 'aken p aid is il ide, O $1 :at t ohson.

al 't Tha boy Of.egaht, learn, er infliw. y c ive tastes. Love i -Y,

t below. Pau-,Puk .Kee*Wi changes
a eaveir'.t and 'his puriisuer
ls bhint. Then cOmes tihe last seene
it, .Hii satha's depart ure toward
p sest g s :a
. Yan.'Bamied the Phyticiatis.
I. L. Wtoy of Paducabli, Ky .,
S"hd ia severe eiase .of kide.
SdItease and tbe of the beet phy.
ra l lotiuolt theater me witlh-
It a I houl6en k too l' F 1eyi Kid- '
dtte ritieted three bottsl cured
uneo I gladly recoma-
IwontW Kaitt u W i Nem litay." Sold
,0ph co ..t's ***

Itbo t ao t s .in .. t

P 7L22 '7^^ .,.,.

Sto "the- I did thi."t 'iit'mfaiifid we
can't ffo r, it- .; i
11 ," *comteliiii'sh. '
the- Whilat makes you think htli' ,ad.
vice is guoiVl .iF'-Becaia be nevor
give, it uielss it's iiakeA frii.-Detr'olt

'Happy, Healthy Children.
Anyehildean take LiLtttl tarly Rils
With pT.'feoiitlafesy. The. yit! areliit',
liss, ev' gripe tor silke, atnd, yeit
they ari. *o certain in rinl: t ,thiat r o-
bust qonistlilo.tg f reqatirtsg 4rgwjtbt
imean are .over 4l.app0itedi they
cOannt f4il rorih 1th, their mtli
Opbthse "leattely e :.e bieldisa
,,- ,. w. ., .+ .

t/iaI iat^^a ~aiee1 4soee)*h

*41nRtor 11`ln4l0r' Into ti charges
aer insto, rad rch 1tt Begins..
l i Wtt o the ath aalst

Wtoay eforiea aups e)*Rlniittie i
hew oqury hilrch Retsrnstitouork
tender Ohld"C.ndU o Benatlor 1ttorip
ieslor thi urea ironing threharg.
ws or Philtthl el na:r; ltlru. has liedele.
last fall iin taeb( rele woiclh was
d ardtaed n doa t ir
all 1euIte conalta of Senator
,Cockhoilon and Pettuh nas, :nn

New York 1 rli6Iayers Return to Wbirk
Under Old 4o1i0lions,
Now York, Marc .-A lUonep<.g1
agreol0t00 N ey W*itch the 'striking ic
layers and laborers iherow I rturn to
reacl nid at coniferece o tlho Jui
arbli atlont board of Masnl olUlrlekit
asocvin lion and the Brioklityerg' nilon.
.oCondiitioui prevarlliig be.ruse t,
trlike will le restored in the wean-
tiMe, The men q.uit because thoir.
opening time was 7 to 8 aind frot'n
to 6 nI.. yas cut iff. About. D1'i(o
moen are affected ,

The Name Wito h Haxel.
Theo nt ame Witoh la'.el is 11Htul0
abused. E. C. DeWittA Cof, Ohihogo,
areKhi inventor< of the original andti
only genuine. Witch N l l Salve,( A
eTtaln oi'to for iaU ms,' h11r, bru iie,
eGasem, teter" pAes, Ottto hre te a
mony coul tertfeit of thil salve, 0ott11
of whit (rlre ] ldaulgerous Iwhile t)hieh* af~e
ll worthless. In b iiltti Wih toli il
$alte "ee that ,th lii K; I ,y teW tt
A Co,1 Chiea0o is on (ht box 11(k4 RA
eure itl oerltai, Sold by .iall 1frggimtli.

.A li;k I mtt!.ri ('! ;liY ( I s i i W it l'l |t
1, 1h i1 1 s i ;,l ) \ 11l1 l ,i i lol1 t ,
tli ti 1 >1 ('hA nl
^.*i'hllrt io (t-^i uiH" ilat ld It til e. y liP nir-
I 01'b Oll '11 i l' 11 kflvdllin 4o 1 h 1

Slirh of flu ii;li 'liIs IlA ,iigS$sllli(ht Ine

litii f h t n i.peol t lt"'111 04 i Ir uIS111110pli ilI t!,iI
orr .!'ioii.:(ltt bein(i il ,iii. iiil.lli hli'r
So Swdiet hnd Pleasing n iTasitel
Mrs. C. I'Pterson,, t25 Lake t., Tto.
pelka, Kian, speaking o (i lhillard'si
Ilorehouid t yrup, wys:( "It hall
nevor failed to give ol tire tlit i tion,,
and of all iiogh romedithit it l.my .fa.
VOrit., 11i 11 I ill olt Oli liti' to lity lm (ii
sfr an t An i10 1afte
friltesiat I, will do., nd hl150 4nd,1
whlatL i ithiined for t ll -.peod "l.o rir
it couilgh ir cold ; mnd it id o swet t ald
Po prl'siutlf il tltl r, 2c, mie I(id (1
borlttBl i atJiioh io ]ros. -

a NO WaaB



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Melarfial, Bileoa ytre ;ttlng
j rR: ; i'ttfngPeve ,and, by ing to the.
.:mube works apermI entT Cue .r

$p C.,; A
A .ll I ter
*l*t of the'

For Sale by Johnson Bros., ~daelvle

ake The At la nt ic Coast Line


N Eastv S outh 0.
2 '| ' Tio I DVi '. V i 'P A 1 iyt' Dupoi t, or
IUllj Ior or Ji| Steintmbipti ete sad
1 u l sJt villa Jlasksouvlll.e n" l e ). IIV: A U. (ontm(lwnetr,
Rapid T'ransit and iUnsurpassed SOrvi0
Time Table in offeOat 1February 7, 1904.,
Depart For i (ArAINI $VILLFI Ar.. te "Frotm
* l, ,l: 'o; .l..l^... ... ........ ..... -
Y3 4an din ligh, pringi and Inter-; t "
Iilt ;,y tiediiti Polnts -'

Daily '1D Interlidiate Poi nt, ay

Daily N j North. *t and lWest D411
146 II ;. Hig.h. prl.Ogswt yro s, Swaanmit hi, runowloki, t VI
: )iily" Aiualoy'Atii. tlat alll Pont N rth, I st West. ) 'til

l*'. ,ii ', R Oh, .ehh Ml- 'i" o y and :ra ,i'.; l
D.!aly .- '

i fAslJ I Ill I g h rll 1 1 0 , V'/
L) 'i. F gh1prig'
ex..M.o ay .' K .
G i(lig Wt et or Northwets 'ravel via higo nd Florida l 4 ht
vy otiiulti triili o I' illal _t pii ptl hObs v,t ikolt h 1Itbrary l ingr 4 '
0oiK1ites, between 8i,' Au ti tiitl nd Qhiun no till y one lght lli ut.
li ev 'St, Ao Kg ti 'o to' ; ", !' i'. 1 ['y,,.... ... .... .. '. 7:., a e
AtriV. 'V Jaoi0ill,( '* .. ., 'i h1
Leave .,ck s'onviltl e A., 14. ,.; , , ..
A rrlve iif t ; ,', .... .. I r

Leave Atlanta V It, t ;**, it 7tta.. .. ,,m.
ArrIve (oitattenaOog. i .i.... :atl
i0A v hll tt n .. S . ..:.. .F. ti ,U
eave hilloo 't. & I.. 4 Ity1:00 p
ArrLve NuA hvtllot : o'. 08t mni
Arrive: N ylitt H, .*........ 0 ito, o ,
Leave Nosthvil 1. ... ..... ., l ('a

Arrive. St. Louis ''''.i
Atrrivo '1'erro tis .... : f t* :? '.:t
leav lTv rr liu l -a . It B. 1. i.i It .. II;A t in
A rrriv ahtll o 4 11) .1
ru's'rvttion and othi r itfii- r utiuitiato l ap y t<) 1p o '' l lt' it !r t ,1; 0 LyB Ay., t Au
gtitile, or A tla tia COast Illit o4ll:i4 1!ih W. Hly sto Wo t, aokesonlltyli', IPla.,
Intrehanligeabl a MIhlage Tioklti, good over 111(1 ni1 f aang the pri '
oipal railwaysl ii the0 MOiuhrit tat (,. aIre aoit wal by the rllpt.lM io 0t i ;
'Tirough i'nllin lepeor P iort TampTa to New Yolr Yti i40 v mtlsici O0sl. : :.
Li.'e .also via Atlantile JaMt thiti and lwlutherl.. .. : :::
SFor:omplete inftormiionti, call on ,' ; ... ' 1 "
J. A. OODWIN, Tcket unt,i0a0n0vlvi. ,
PItANK UA I0 Y'LBiTON, Coom! Agt; W. lTARKW lP. A, ;
SIl W. E tay it, Astor in.l.n.. JAlutliI li ,
Ii M. lM B RHON, 'rafr Mgr,, W.J 0AG,.p.)a ., Ag, .1


Hiues ay, m ea i.n 1 ...... ...... ..'.... -
Thee oildualedl Mind g ,
M"lera "tll"s tOB PRIN,

li : ... wi lou "s e, .. :.

ommeiteof eil,. s .. al1.... o...t. :r .tltu lu bb

ni heodedha rl iiisae r. 0 e

P l wtuOle a sre din iitft 1011 or 4Ddi dv ..
"'a ep e i ...as wiuFlo'..' lu*W P.u

*( t hei alt< ..'- mttu .. .... = ..*. t .a..v .y l *,

+IePoqW. r wilt :b' g*iie +near Hhe: 0i .

WW ji~rf^-rImfii ic. ;; &' W^a$^


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T _

lathe wtHWAn.' Ol c a

nairs0 MAas r4t, oc 1tQonlnue, It
Cr. l x A W a, eo :. . %. 'Ai
f4lrai notlue.aO'ln' loal!cCTlun tOP on l8

IfO 'iart Inertsonl an 5 ent verymor eiOh s,
e drt iale 0o any aer otti of ilte'dSt1teot s
tsne goree for sl 9 a year; $9,60' as so otht M
s:ferioUir advftnce;, 1
nRoan6tilushln lo owno a to'cnts af
Inesfo frinit insertionand o aents for esob ade
S tateaflor dlip;ay advertising inade known
,'1" a &pplratilon. -
The %0t* -,'W,-aWeel Suo i' an elhtplage,
fo,.: rt cy.olw n tnier, iOUlled bveary Mon.
dy Thrnd 'Thrfl, and contains all the
e ws of 'the week, local. state and gen.
oral, ind will he>tbl;;, ixOstagtt free, to any
rt pritof Othe United ltats o~ Canada, torl.0
a e rar-'lp allvan eoe ..
"F All advertislng hilll become, due after frat
p. laraBeok ol advertisement,unless otherWise
Stlipte 4Id In contract, Partiesa not, known fto
wliI be reoutred to pav for advertising In ,adl
.Vah e. Addrtis, THE DAILY SUN F'.
. .... ..* ; ...... ..... .. .. .... .. .. ......... .. i ;,.,
''Tho Sun la in receipt of. The DailY
TAllalasseeanB wlhih Editor TrOico h a
launched at the State O'apital." It l,
'a credit to the editor aud th& city hi
which it i plbli(hed ad.. The Fu
wishess it long life and prosperlt, '

RF:" Uepot7ls or tlet attendance upon the
.Wotinge, hld i vairiovui MeotioTIS of
h ie State alearlyO hows that the farmn'
1 re are too busy ,tolo e time attend,
i Ig political ra leO. Vy 111e time tho'
0Vote are.o uttil tho' "Wise '' res"'
hinsited..tpoi calling tho. prihlary
tWo ,lolnth earlier thann it i4iti~ld iauvi
.been.t called will have learned that they
I40F niotot iliow ilmeoll abouilt iefinrll

Some genlus1 hlitts taken tiime toligiur'
ot that th.e legal holidaye; this year
our on Monday. Tihe *.first holiday
!(aIysr was Washington's. lrthdlny.
Thid ,came. ton 'obrtlty 2 lThen
| F eitt~ii Memorialr ua Day :'i.MondayS ,'rly
;:'uy 4 thoowo t aid is on
M onney tila Iter. on comes t1bor
S lay, I tich is alwafts the firat Monday
isleteimnler and will fall thi0 lyar oti
S eptemiboer 5. Of oourse ThankOglvingk
; ya.WHI 1 probably .olne on 'Tlihursday
S Ohrilsttima falls on Sunday, Dec, 25,
.' but the legal holiday will fall 'on Mon,
day, DeTo, 26 ,

Front theo ltiilbor of taspirantsi for
th position of Nalional (lotnntitte'.-,
I ttlli on" would jJlutgo that thow caidi-
dates for this purely honorary position
have an ideoa that a moinLor of the Na.
l tloltit .i Doimocrttio (onIllittttiow deals
i' out the. oflicial patronage at tho dispo.
sil of the president tho same as a
S iotber o f thu Natiional Repubbtieai
S onnmlttit'doeis. uchli has lot here,
;tofort btn 'ithe rule under P)emoorati.t
F adnmittiitrations, ItMowevri and there to
no resotn to hbeliNve that.ilt will beo in
,the ft0utIo, (otr snattoro ai congress.
Smen will t.u(inntu. to control the pat-
r. age;. r to 5lhould a i)etnocratic president
be electeded,

Many liue tmru unonsohsly lget Inte'
slnot feelill "Wul r a
Ite ug wel fi^'littl hatbitie '."They.
|'F t brotl|.ismisltead t.4. broallin themt
get 't min dorkI' ,t\ ,l the l. ty to
ave^Wry la A'(!t$ ~l-'i hilt Sho.)d' be' e-
L.^tN'trot li^ig."ws'slri" grtl.ronters are
FF^j Sinpl>^py )llay an inkg oth' exaiut .toi

| s' t eo r pt li i id t 4 e l| tua n i '.s t h e ri ew" n ( < o '
Sto .*iclqikwottoget ytr mind of1
trot iMty aihlients. If1 youisre i"not
SIl eeling' well.': Jjiust a (t le a' .l.t
Stl/'harder anid for.tg it .'
F. .F; , ,. . .

sitWon tha 1ft he i
bookl was wrltten.a Barh i8
parsgraph In thlAt book told the' ltjsh.
'Iere Is the paragraplh: '
STheitaer wat subsequently *dit'.
ous4d with such of the members of.
the Otty Council and others supposed
to be interested in pil ffa atair 'as I
happened tomeet, and also with va-
rious property: owners, all of whoim
irged t to titdettaite* tle litigation
ot such terms as. might bei neeseiary
to prevent the withdrawal of th'
proposition made to the city. I eubsb.
fqently was showti by Col. JLng
another letter from Mr. Bliaiter speak*
ingof the' prosp'eotve litigationn, and
hltavyteXpe I treped to back niy opilion ..with my
services on a contingent ittiterest in
any stook which might' be left. over
after building and equipping tlhe road.
e would stattd by the proposition he
made to the city, but inltruc'ttng Col.
long that, unless I was wtlliig to
irmake the 0roppsed 0on tract, a copy of
whieh was enclosed to Col Long, ithe
proposMition miust be, at one whithl'
nrawit from theltybOouncil. lth
F irdeir 0to prevent the withdrawal of
flit proppaitlion and the great loss to
the Oi ty, signed the oontract4 just as it
was proEented to mo, anI d left it on.
o.l.' Long's deskr tShotlyt afte~ f
its ( loutellwho werepulti t
Posed to me and did not recogls oe'
as a' Sity olliial, called, on Cl, Long
foroisose paerar in oopntation with the
p()dg ordinanie, to take them to,
doper, an 'ina. oag,.not tl:'
vfige contract( among tohe, wha1nded
it with thle otalerpoers o them :Wheno
they found the Contraot, they told
Col, Lonft, that they thought the ex.
istence of the'- 0.ootraut rilotud be
known to all the counllinen. 'I w.a
toijopha64d for atv told them that I
ihad slgnedthe contractfifter the, mat..'
ter hand been explained to mnyi per.
so l Who, desired their proposed iI
provemnents, including several' cou-
Whien and other oity officials,' all of .
whomn.had urged e to do whatever
was necessary to got thle improve-
mted tnd a I antra to riedk ol. ong tlo
during the nat rop of thle contract to b
nhon tt hat a.rre wa toun o lme ur
Or. Birrs admits, if not through
c5tdor, from gto n inadvert whi statled
Ienother, tha e it ieopl not will beetto of
Mr. l.arr or hitate f to when he sayrmt
ted that ontraot w aonleak other Co-
aioriandg twhea.n ottre of that contract
Mtindt heieface that riar ias to o helical
$15, 0X.t frotn one cliei 4 while rotained
bIy atqtther, the'Iet piplo will believe
Mr. tllArre' statetnennt wlhoen he says
-thati the contract was among other pn.
pers andt was not notit'ed by Mr. Long
when he gave the lalftperS to officials of
the citj. That. eareleAsaiis on the..
part of Mr. Long cost Mr, Itarrs$a.5oS
atid what he would have reaped out of
a company I'htloi prontised 'good i r-
turns for the iiveostents it was about
to niake,,and Biarra' record as a. philtan.
trophist, who sla out for what .tlhiere is
in it. and who gives his talent gratil, is
tnot antoli a 'to wipe out the ihnprassion
his break in hsliit title book has made
upon those who have read it,
In that book Blarra also refers to the
ervies Ihe has given the railroad comn.
Iniatou. Tht records will hpw that
for that servi o theo people 0 thie Stalte
.have paid Itirr uip into tihe thonsandsl
of dollarst. lIe ha. had two vxriellfnit
pulls for pliblio oiii, itud in view of re.
'ocent d>lsihurei g it ia rialotoble toi
ltliPptse that liarrrs. IrS got all thert. is
oUit'o(tf lt., it, .
No mtatt(tr ow bright ntid sinshiuy
the' t say, it wili ippetir dark andI
ltomyto t l n0( ilanf ho hlookAt eviry
thing "tihr4tgli bluat t *la s i, ,

.The lhode lslinld, Iea.o 'rats haven
*ii,.h'e'td a .'.0learst, stdlgo~tti6" 'tF' F F

I 't' "t |t',(I''"OV .| i ''EtO
' .ra' n ". ht'. ti' (' t a(v\ ,. *..o .. t ' .e
Frank J. 'itieu, miak ieisii tlnh t it <

The art asxte(n.t 'Sates in the Union. Is seor partter of th'ti'rn of 1., .
n l of whlI1'h 'conta 'ains as on o. Cheney A, Co., doitg liuiness in hII
4l0as silrated to this country l.st j of T14olesd, *nty aN State
F01f vie lotlaotlon of oaa afraid an that si w
Olt little larger than. 4"' i o.tal -l the tas of O HiUN oiHI
AV I Ils Italian :op latton thtat of LARS for' 8,t aea and evvr esnqt, of
itaIs if alt i $ the Antr4th gr of e* a re

ilmt a ratsb had ettled inii J.o F 's :
*Oki IdletM' a 0 bef*)IIkSy F

404 ovcal006 inU0,tot.
ruPa no. iao, a.ores rcponainia Tor OLD um ui ULaRiu ABSCESSES
w onv tyhe forwitary, ate a

~ O RODh CONVaeeIos thobsrt out throutht s
't y.. ^ l a ot,,nt 'lof the .l o ugh does

e r eof the Ap te oiso syste tat ev little cratc, cut rui
poina'* l'si entr.'l: .e.:a..a i' ,fl eand ete E t o t Asoreor est disease.
S oni g etry slt; hMarch 12,-Thie T affect t general e 4; h' i t''h ,
goietnor has appointed al"the probate r equecso iitt attention a e n r leitg oi okU or )5a .'tnmO AF ta
es and ll ibS o th6 board ource of anxietyand trouble allnthe A SI nls.
of revenue aIr o e sosth ioa yd time, sand in oe cases highly ofen- ew Oitle, pa.,'fi r 1908.
tr ou fan b coatt'y commislitoners sive. There is danger, too, of these t thre years ago ac commn, u boil ; .r
to attend the seon annual con lakes becoming cancerous if not eariedol t othe olTo tli a te ieal
convetgtlon, wlai.h meets in New Or' te at ect lyen er he h instolimplehoamermediolsIonulte
leans April ando 7a pra teA :refate a ro tei annd t n phsy' in o iea o.1o
A lge a nel r of prominent ith o are good for external use, t but they itk ;s ro ortl Sbt.
Ozens f the State wel e also t i olntted can't sop t medischarge or change tdl sti..ld t 9 .
O theto attend 'he second annual can- the condition bf the blood, and for OBr, so took ofo thea 'applioaton soan
ti~ota of the, Interstate .Sugar oane this reason the sore never heals per- toan, that my linfrof the ozlmteblh
Gorl eta't asochi, ion to mee t at Jack- alentlyb o inh o l sitn tt" t

saonvpller Fla., May 6 to 8. t Not ont l the blood prge t mwho ptold e I d, bon paolioa
A- l n--, ia.purities and l the syate cleansed limb frop. tbe oieir to tho akon feaonu
Sieamegraph Record of Earthquake. of a harmful en b stances houldthe id, l ae irte s ail
prA Mromi-nt o- arhe hey atean ,-ter haind tt oye a

altnofutre Msarch w2-re xalo naoit ceat heal or4the effect upon the sys- under it c u l, but about thia time
ofathore as mam r a i _h nt il rth an terqmightpr ovedisastrous. S.S.,S. a ckettlkortypholdtver, 11ad this n
S9ite8 atndalI.ty atothe suorn e o es into the circulation and sear'hes tiedn the orioinlo o hr .ofoia n
no unversit hows the effect o an removes the cause of the ipnr- to ttky ob r.utl hite oant
i earthquake at lnii Pr u, Marct old aore and invigorates and builds aie on a I .wfl o ton ever, int
4 ln a more plrn. lCon d record ,than u tp the polluted, sluggish blood makialonstoryfhortwea.rompiitl
slhon by the diyan.tty explosions in again, and aa the poisonous matter dPemanents red
nnect ln with thr greai fsre. The ais drive front the system the spre li tndIhe V al a
.illm hows a coRtinuance of the death h a beginftto heal, n ew flesh forms, ad n ae W. wOasiato, e
disturbance fron midnight,. Marc. h 3, the place is soon cov treda over with ,
et o 7 'clolrain the morning of March fre sin andthe sor gone for ali time, Where theconetitutisn is
t l 4t. dt bi uitted fre o the effects f chronic .sores a l bs,ut abs V, cosrbeia l
of *a invisogoate.a I r reskinwa evrpt _

i i a ldHagindled th' e .rPoleon. u p te pwilltebuildl uit t ha tp le against and s itimulatel ie

tobDoth e (Al 1 eMarch' ,I-J e A Pa.n Itt ad hattenten a llpartr of theystem. .as. f.ha
onnct f, wlt0: an tatre1 echatlre anVdT cop'lson '.o otals no strong mineral, buth i guarauf,
b i. A' ia I 'irklnd"an od her baby: hd eteed enI ntiry t vegettblehe s It ib unequaled a
w sh polsone' tht lornn by ates f a Blood oPriidr aInd lnvigratintg toni.
isits whca nro lno, ma rf h dit h png Doe niot depend upon local remedies alone.
Shih ROit n wt oran onf tur hes c n iet your blood right, and as it forces oa t
Chil Hade ad t been' put h isn te tut ieals because nothing isi a t in ne atm tem forl

by a small chil of Mr. Peterml fit to feed upon., Write u shotld you desire medical advice, which igive
romt' nmetich'i attention wasn. p I tred andte they' ariltow out ofadanger. "_ _"__ _"__ _._._._ a A_._.
Itodsr n oioaeiad'uls oso slws s ooeLed

1OO Doses
For One Dolar

EToi.olny ill medicine must be
nieasuirt d by two things--cost and
effect, It t.canot be mlasured by
citlor alone. .It is greatest in that
iledicin .tlotat 'loes tie l'niost for
thlmontey-.i lint radically and per.
ianetitly cares at thle least ex.
ppe.o That mitdicino ia
food's Sarsaparilla
It ptl'illcs nii eirL'.iuh's thie blo1d,
Curls piIiplks, l't'ct'niI and 11l
rtir l iit., t irl.t lIIt 1 tid feelings,
loss of ltipl)let i ind (eli'rd debility.
"l1 t bvo tfik-n f1oodl',, S r1suapiorli a nild
fuii itj r(!ihh ,il| gi 'in) pewl'rfect se ntlS l'ic-
ton. It t y td ml y M t f ir,'d fo ein i'. n
etr y d U II-l illF l i nh.liil 'lu. l (h,.'i,,liLi.'n."
i.l-.t 4.F K t V i ..9s'I, l$ to th Stre
Hoot S arsaparllla promises to
Oure and keep. the promlso.

Air Line Railway
FOR:i. ..... -

Savanna.h, Columbia, Caden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York,

Theew Elegant Trains U)aly:

Seaboard Florida Limited

Seaboard Express.

Seab'hnar M l

HEAnDA.CH.,. 4l l ...E l
."hMyf tp(h athlb il =.tff TtroTO lpi'h,, t r
,r'., ,, l ,t.wutylli years ,iiil round ay "ro
sUtn B h ."iw. ai nlit..o e ,,,, ig Tho SEABOARD FL(. I)A L IMITEDis' a vesti.
tB beV <'oi t t ihe( ti enartoll f rI I P illln h b l>"n., p A X(i J }
M Dlil<. l. lit 11161 ll, OW.nt paie t, Dr wingroo Sleepers
l lo t tWin w l:J sonvill to 'New i' York I. W hin "ton, h'in i tr.

... Onyr Line. Operating. ..

Daily Through. P6illrran Slepers from Jacksonville to'New Orle ns
pe 3 '' toY. N
.issa,,t, PBtletabta, P S iutatfw a. e t or fl ti r a.l .heir r rservtni .'nsall 40 y t 'aboard orS
*t^ a S^ilejtr B, W i c, lrk 1t5 i-.I L,'5 c. .wit" Wkl A t'' A'l*' .. ... '' """ ' 1 .... ,

Ore.', F* t* A. For ful" rld I' r,' t't, i rii" .i * a gerAgenti'
... ..AI SALE EE IW O OXES ..... .. .. ^ .. '""';.





Students Qscu4$ i Mportart Negro Said to -ave 15een Held brain- *TIO e
Question. volurttary bondage.

QOuaetlott Literarf clety tof
SkiriraSemiatary gave thile C-'
,t eir 'lieraryf 'all lwuical.. pro-
inOwg 'to the ilele'ient- wet h
terid a tce was sitaU. 1 H owe v
i etu w'liV irared the elenlents
S*eill r6paid "as the program arid
t was tie beet,evoer given iby ,his
llent society -.
; eight b'dlock the president, Lieu-
fit Zewadski, called the society
rde.r. The usual order of business
dispensed with anid the secretary
Ithe program.
eflrAt atnumber was a selection by
Philomaethbeon Q(uuartet, conq -
d of. MHjor Wheeler, Captain
, Lieutenantts Whitney and e-.
i. It was extremely well rtun-
,the audience, showing their alp-
ationatby calling them bak,.
secretary, Cadet Jacobie, read
questionn fur debate: "itesolv'ed,
the Government Shotuld Own uiid
o6l the Railroads and Telegraph
of the Country,"
e flrat speaker for the atillrna]ive,
iant Meek, made a strong aro-
,t full of facts; he handled thOe
eeL well and made a very good oim
' -waiO followed by Lhieatlt.1Bi

Gri;fiat a negro,. a~l ihjail at 4ttiara
having .ltii faki >n 'trol parties In
"Reanp)er io'llIty who, it. i Vtltdged,
lei. lai ii i invfh" taltiy ~~t i tteri -id i.te
was takbit at t10 o'etiek, : 111atklay, litit
l)y. t)lity trhali. \\y 0, Ligon and
ltriudluit with, i Ih:i, aI t I i lo t c'w l ,ts.'
day att'l'iit.ifl,
Titf Is th' I ali d f i l I ttiita til cliitrg of ptiaiaaie t( hi a ttiO ie t< t ti lit i.-
tentl.oi f6' nIe, 1 SMates officials ,
M issi.s.iiplii I t it s lharttlt'- that .tle
i iitlth'bt htiaii ti't''t' tI arrest '\ 'as
alidii is il a l,'rait it l of o citiiiii.ot,
inil whihu' the I( 1'.atiltd States ofi aiutls
dh'clit Ito It td s. h cli.< i n1lit ale or putl-
lh-;uiit i, ii ltiriii frofin oiiher
itir lhlI.- toin I t' hi' si tii rgO a d w'ith.
tlis oft n'hi'.n iiot n(1jy Iiimiu lhlacIhrc at
they w%. iil i (, ll 1 h1 in 'egro iitd hI'ptj -
1l':; from .i milm -ih11 bil \\votilil il o kill

Serves Twenty-five Years for Killing
'a Woman.
t1kiI tl h N. CM, Mlrcli'h l..-J ini W.
tihe pt'ittlh'ittiirtiy i'-irt .\t> si 'i'ti i X
1 il t WILalit>. a.h dat i* itdll sliot a m an
XV11~o& dlt1 i "

World s

d the

mokes with

you. Smoke a substitute

and you smoke alone.

Largest S

The Band is t

eller In the I

he Smoker's Protect

ion. 9

* S Cents.
. . " . i n i i , ;, .. ,7.. ..

,Iha whotpoke for the negative in trulj i.i l htlitt ly klii itO-y-i ar- MAYOR'S PROOLAMATION.
pnner Well capab]i) to impres sh is ld IrI of* -hi., t ntenolh l vilctin,.
tr. i1 Peopld were qilte reidy to Iti t ri th Poriaos f ortditl '. i'1I: '11 .I
ieutenant Whit.ey now spoke for Gan., ab illittd to i urdter, Ii i l .'h ro n .t o, t rmi l AR( Y W' U IT ONM' .ENl.lP)iP (
ifirmative it a ound and elo 1 th t iitoid ,lgro .i a thls p vmeil iolat bo ld sh i hl stuoil frI' It t r i TY o -
Ot style. .He-was closely listened h'ialiftgl ... The iigrl' fathi did lnt tpw0 of l .i;t.lr ltr lt in a the L ty. +O n v f PIhllII V 1TY PO',IC ONT.ITr
Od impressed the judges. v"iit hl i laiiig l, but wa. d n (IIIiio ltirle, f'lrili,. l atp by tl ii h'ii l' iM T A Y NT L
ex ,speaker for the l iegatioe, lien- iA,1t.oV 1en'ta.'t.ro of 1 i iit li ett.u o 11t D. IIt Itll bi e y ii l W booi0r ti hi illporttAltint po l it a d hito l ftdly.
tint Zewa klo, made ln. arguli.ent r ..r orf soid oly io n Fehrui|ry il,
e' ll UNDE T H OSE ", 1ti in e letoi Is cri d lili t ha l it i t .
hiut.s sid owle, 11,r e 'i'nlt 1. t .,,,.ixS4 ,i..i s.E t 1ranrt)i'sol i tlin ity of d (Hd [ t A 0L i ii iktd 1) iIollr U t) o
ptaiu West closed tihe argue t, I, ,, ,.i ,,i ,e.l lt. ( ,ii ae vi , i on iii ,1 r a ,d t ry ,of Nhi ri i i AU1t
'. the I t lrlm atve, n tia ing i a 4 ofr .iy.". I . tlt, it- , t i )i t l,, fii nJ alr ii i i 1ii- ... .,
irf 1 tel and eoq.i t n ,a i t 'pal ',0.- i; a"ii',so d e ,4-ine i .li i a it ,r f It, t o N) lIh ir ts ll l'-i ..... A i or .|ih "-
outi ItitLI-i' *l I f l\ttiittltli Iiuzt .uiecajoai ib *lto
gF ernofl nt owneltrship, h preiti'. tai |io r b itthe i ,,C It ai i ion' t rI ( if s i' iir the, roorv I Nl o lir iim it f tA it t e il e i t
.to th ,i J ldges thle corrup t- '' ', id ordii "ii, nao l of ai l ity to V i t Safe and Lo k C '
lil6nf the preeitm a lMgt i tofth ii,,,.." Il .'11,,Bl1:J ,, li. ,, fofid l twif)ill ("il l P V o'
Laf the.present manager ont of t i lt 1. 1 e i l i'I 21, O.XMI. dto oi ol lz n,
iaad, and otelegrapohline8si mn anti i i 'i,,.x v!ih.hi '',.l..,n lo i'ii 'rio f i i(',wn tl tir Nnart, h|,,.,rI by 0 ap l D

tsip tie orlq hf strength f O t I 1 vif l M l I t u(ty rk o si
up L! thearg dnent ( the atirn '- ,1 11il1 t l. i:,.it ,i ;,.,,i a'til ,li'u i lilthil d inia i' r l t *l e l,,rk t f t aidIl .XL i, ,: ll.,lLti,. O L.O. .. .... :

'Nio Vo io tew 4)lr lo x01111 881 Wd J t 01111) 11
S, l i ii r1Ie, l tl l ptHoota a
S rgeantu Baxter closed Ifor the ile a- .o' II i 1' Dl I .. 1 'V y 10t'i 'r, i t., i I".l.. irdaa in A. .,i.To rld V a or it. ll' -I thm o iit, j
|e ina forcible mann er, )Ith an ar- t'lti .. ,i ,, 1 ,, i i a i ntor n I irt h l st th i gl i# nk valt.11il, l tis addroiv"
Inc t rO plete with .1fiict i, shio lang .W 1 t ii i lly yta tr tAit ,li I..a, l l
judges nul comparis on thle w lthof O T li
Railroad and of the government. lil' i a 'it I .. t lnff;reiattiioan las II tower of ti r el i gth for tl li ' .- ,., i!' .I M. 'i ,I rk ," i"
i.s cl-c tid the e obattti, and l the an f ',' '' OTI I r i tl.S' Arii IN. "
ativle si ad r ed hn l iatly e ctendt d I t iiih-c i,.
re utta b t thi e chair "ov rrt i.l l 1 i A itii' Iw fpt i i i Ir I i l I tI:a t
eoollelOr .W! .... ... ,i:- l i ihy r M,h, ,0 rv Io ainesville Gulf Railway Cou ,pany

(13yle.II. 1at01r has h 4(-I Nat,
I t" i '. i i i f i i, it l 'l tit ll f Ii i '. l t l r : "l ltl
!Ill'o. fo ,io oiltaroU &I t it R O pli' t ,li
whiebwii ts tnorougiay agttppraaLd t t' ,i.iwi, nOst ii iit (p F l L OR I A.
ve Iudie n ti T't, I Il ," ,t 'i-(, I, l i, l ' l'i
eau digen ep. ,i tak11ly. W1d41lid o r i Iit t fi l rat I I rd(It I I
Ps!rAgeant i rc a t de re a orn. I i ' i ui t l i.,', '.. 1 00 i' ,ii M r at I a th' n t i t I t, ,iI r -
oe at MLr t (' Io ti ai Nitlau r A lniftii t ,i i a
B iOn T h e R e v ol t o f t h e .r .r .r , ,,' lae r, *vvk .. . . . . J. . .......R e .!. ............ .. .. .. ...
i t in a nalstery mainti er;.- i .. ... .r .N .
:.last numb after on the program., T ti T a P i uI ii t i 'l( ^l .ll, t i .y i 4 No, W ito4i itYN .". *o. .l z 1i,

Jaq ble d0liveied i delaln li l :fi [ I l:S itI ,i i ;. 8, li y
I T l e I"T Ste tabitility of. iir (;i l "i "l : t

jhlt eioy, h drgeant lip idi > 7 4A ,,,*n: Ji.ArA .

.......... . .... ... .........,.... .6..0

a t' i ti I" ...t t..i|it t ll . .... .. ,.. ..... ts.ic'' .'i 1."
t- "the result ita drl ht. ",e4- :4 -ua12 t i '' . i'i ',...' ,,, ,. .
40al a tl."r i- in, that t hI-iiw, r ii,, 4 -fiit, W1'
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s. A.ugust lowe r thi ..or r trit ri
r.4. th' ,tOtteR 'a l iAm l' 0I VAS. I"" P.1 Is A 'J.A,.. S -" .' f *''
tea t ite o h "9t,1hat) ydprov i, i!I ... E..EW.,ITm.
lna) b,!o tb.e ie, ,1,, AL ,k wJ M I I0roiNG I '.. I CJIa I u. ATL.7130..
tI F r11 11it a ofdA L|-- ,filI U.. "0 '",. '.

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r 2 dA S S2 A FR EE Pattern
e ]e i lo=i. .$2.00 of Dry Goods
"s *"',::i**ii^* ^v- ^*' N g ^ ^ 1^^ -- "*'11:*1^ 1*1-"- ^ i1 -1' o$2 .0 0 f D^ *:l;

Grand Dispay DRESS

i NA;e .-r^ ..
At New York Prioes
We always keep a full and
comlmtetestock of
Gentlemen's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing, Shoes and
furnishing Goods.
SPATONist. * "

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Our stock of DRESS GOODS is ready for your inspection.
And we extend to yo a cordial invitation to call on us -ad
inect our stock before buying. We feel sure that in our
large stock you will find something to suit you, and we know
"Our PriCes Are Right." LADIES' READY-TO-WE&AR

We Always Carry a Complete Line of the Following

JlEtiSE,~ ioojun~



UA ; .' lN L'EADIN ......ROL
O(Iman' Editor Thlek. Amo ea and The oWedartdwgo''lisnit wia- Under and by virtue 'o. the po'e'iu an-
Britain Will Aid Japan, . do,' '.nel IPetIre. :ih.ority veswted.in me aarm(rortofthe Ci0tyUof
Gusineville, Ilorlsa. under the .'rdinanea of
B0er1t1i. Maroi!,ch 2-V.Willam I tr Who, W en01 1h4 froiht failr.k hlar.e ,. qr ate- r elid el t-an tnnuia cl c ioti, I here y called to
editor ofr D.i (+reu )VteIit.r, of Lepip2c r t en 'Ia diy afoh Irta irl .1 tsigen they often .t of Apti A.
in, *irttl+tw 'i .he '..W 'n t Pro1)iM*<. I C oratile. P ; )ol >e of elevitih tlle follow.
I1. arrly ni 4)g the j1hu'y of Iternational prswht iltwI r hours of r(ifrklmmi 'rimost woheerwofat d eltyat jti-wif w
llt.rt:rt.a in the r *arEast, says the e~+jPsih t(e dt tor!luitirn, The wltidw ) n d Treaurer.
S mid. arl,|al- V14l Wadertses, f- i s anr -iwl drawing lupper, atrid the oe MIarshal.
t he hie irrrOe "on -u1 oere tl wi rndow frl n rit a,.' s p lrture frnes e Tax Aa ,6dr,
rnTi t ir fro China, o often t s par l ti tsol i eb to e or the terrl f one ear. and
tre Idro tire r d to /e to hss Ullln a thloualtl uaniltheir ueeemorm are eieetedamlnauittled,
laty that the d n lited asttr iwoitl: f ts .r r li v ree Ahlermen. eacu tot.sere or theterirm
00itiW ti3 tab r 1. f twYo Yer;ar.ar;. a ntl their u.eoeaw r care
lt r-t t f 'ii rli i f 644441(` I r 11i rhel polling i aue e or' -mid. elestio ,hi#1h l tie
SiiH-,e] in inthr eturtiett L"* it rauirny was alJt) 'vonimectod with the t it ttr s ilk i.r utait i lon l :01. .w ile n'ile i- ut 'eet. so Athei. s aiibrt ton,
Sair tiJeffords ad o. C. Touhit iy are h erebl nd o
lte rr ( lttO l lo. o ha. V wh ere Von t- o ulti l tl ria ut teIII w iiti.w er l n.. I e r1hs(i-. s l. l.D l
re ".itq t, h
V~a.lf.'rK tvt0e SwlatK ii" t n) thlie pt edl |m s "lhe ,"t Itru 'titrf- orr by ,no hei< W THOMAS.
tor's u'it< th 'r 'e tT n oue i t.li to ht at u t alr 'i .. v ei
"The lfn(i:,4t S lateig' a ittiu4e toward lp Iarnt" i,' _i_ _lo,_'_'Ik_1 huw shol w Iht i _
japis ls riAisersIantih b anIe f ..1 0 rh,. .l i. AMR !tjCA's f
torc ii t tr l'ls l dtr W ,tite la ,. ./. i. I :1..n 01 ii,,, i, 011T R U S S I
lid nlart i I lt.l r ld y lt n l ,res t i ,, ,, ter aihM 1 ho iltpinlutlor ,ti r ll g rn>r,) t, i m~l t a -p lll > rIi. l ii, i u tlm. "i li'"
,- thli i l.eth'f', he trr i r 01 ,i t y l iir t i iiu un *lmiot :ii I hi|.l, -t
'14 1 t l ior its: a frh d ofrr an llouemy l
For Ith moia, At, i iir "'id tlA rs atnt4e .,ni. :iy ,ii ri li" rlit)ii igu l 1,b tin, f- V0 it
trlts r i't f rr-tih d r .hitn. rtrs With ii"' i i whti a l Taipar it a ting h ItI) ,-io a nlilr tion the o I* I .'' r1 t .nt< r in, t ,< anyolr ,h o W
:lImited treingth lof ithie Amorien a V a m i in a e tii p l sr lIlS'. t of : Ri t /lopre surtoWer
vy. Hitd the ilkhrttice if (lie linto hrI h h i i" -' r I n ii' t pi tors, likeS Bevetret Y liopeor BacL
;110.i .ll0 At uiti, or a t.- I r' this, a ili wit Ii intrirted Inns llernl |I Nounadlertrapm.
all c .: will :clhck Amtorr ii, t'uar hl. th" i iotir I igni-k{ nn 1 pi wl Co r itr. ev* : rpovs
,&I ce e'w r' i fritra t 'l t' l1 .iItN ON 1 R OT E 1' .
Trhe. *ltor 14i0 ia rt A :i' itI .i1A0rt erhvicrtvt I i hl iti a 1i w,111 ( .1 h uI 'n v (tiOU i) .
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Yo You Wa.nt Sier
'arng~h y it t Iand 'd. to and nt ot .take
.thir tid;' t t rh. "tny u at r' t..t. wdiaf
tilt),row kt p ettn ) . g
d, 4'. n n illt" d aid ',a.pto 'riati. b.
tire nherrsns, bbwld arid .*tlsu inewfore
ing '** ex',pvled flfrom. th ntrl ue,
A..Kit tolx .,y(t >>a l..,rt'u.tld tothe trh
: i a'' l, '.it livy st tir i.nt.f atid t ui'd

ro r oner Pselto pe 0Goes Ai thete in a
Vtsrka Rwf ltr (iu tMpatry'a -'r'n o 1
kr j )h a lsotilntd xtihid vrt. i er Vau'tt

194:1, t 'Kii ;tr a r1 itgauu 4( n'uKe h ari
1 o at... l sor n l pieeo A lh o In a

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a ti t. 'ta ti in ;,ii
ft 1 ti a lil tltn vo' JtIri ad
llrsm hg'' ai', ii l m .I 'i
| ti kt.'i.t t 1 l t,"t O lit t m .W t ilr
0 +i6 'I I .tit t thinol 't i lt p

fr.i thl't dr'vi tlon that o
| Vt ilfor Alul i ar s *lbCi. uri rut
or', eM a '. ni' f uri t 't, .t i t ' "
Wtalit sIltgIo ( htreh-tet that t
*(i'4 ."u litn' nlnw W it
kintw, i'n, ho Iftear tH it tn

i, a ae m i. r mo .. ,
.-a* 1t f^h*t*

.* 'Ina.ooxporated 1
Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in te 4
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
Is thoroughly conversant with land titles..-

seating a number of prominent American aid Erglish companies.
& 6 7 8 106

o.i,.,L. INOIS CEINTRALLN R- 11,. T- nAfot llAlUAflr 1I
t'h'lii. " " .. . i'*A "I
!t "0N4- I lld i.i S DAILY U Capital- ---- --- -. ...$50,000 00
,,,lottwll. .- AI ) .'i Surplus.. and Undivided Profits. 2,,000 00
S,,, 'o,, C.H EA P TICK ETS "I'an....*ocu, o. tnt . i ,-,
tirt'igrlt,'lra. :: bn' secila arr bir e un e Atu .iisti a o*e n lo
hiW .. .. .1106' E, TAYLOR. CaO ner.
,ot matt' ALIFORN
Fahnt 'iICe s
> l-B. .WASAINrTOx`.N

WiAND NORTHWEST 1t'A or- i ull i

Ta ''," Imported So hIsan( ld Seleted
a wi r' 'All rit; e P.lating Seed,

Te Alaeua Cunty AIstI )'act Coipam'

Our business is strictly con ned to the various details incident to the ow0 .
erlhip of latdand we.have no rivateor personal -axe to grind" in connect in
with that business. We make a's pecialty of ithe I)reparation of abstractsi at
make exhaustive investigation ot titles. We represent property-owneiraInR a'
all matters ertainit to the asnvsalrent and payment of taxes and tttn,r,-
demptioni o outstandIng tax sales When you 'i'ed prompt and reliabl'i r
vice in our line call on or wntie us. Notary public ii office.
B. R. COLSON, Manager
JAs. 1. GQABAIA, President Gzo W, HY.avi oe-PrelIdebt

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/ H_ nA.A_.. o,.VlI0. shMl;. p:, 0oC i#
anonoeAenNunC ENd PQLITCA1,'ANNOUNCEMEers lzedb iquace othen t 'l' th4e :B

It t ib d i F or Conty Superlntnent ofSchools ,oitnt Il betaxiipayerst of aA A"
: to1PiTShely frtnd mr 't'ti u lin e k i, r e' i ltIet(ully.te " e . . .iS t ATTO RF N Y AT [ ,t:W :'
*IN \ D)VA A \'w,A 1emelutn ende r $o pimor, 'i ,l a .
r0 Publin rT'atrtction of Ala
r oer, sl o word, tri, eotua ao n tdy, en b o ecto the 1) ratien oa .... .... ttdden a rd iifi l .- l.'d. ,
0 7.$.. riti0ary. -I o4iieit the MIpportofi ai Iitit. l a ru Itt Ireball o an ly
I or the Legislature. L meoQrat ad prlmise,l t' elted, 1etiltl ftrt4 trv eforW hj irov ed a d O pI ht ,
1lereby ann trntce myself fa tcandd the i h p ttopblic e oneo S i ito th e o u. o 4 to d l~ah tle xtro a imtkinf nhat rnrmn)i finrl, send hiun
I for ythe Legilatur;e, ubjevto the' ty, Ohe t tio l f is f wlit yoyoTffor for aale.T yl s1 ;i6n
Ova f the iOemocratic voter '.in 1 t t s l-' --- -
ctM iog. primary elect ion and re. hereby anitone myself a candi- rsa ie ad al .athere. --..k 1 i L. ,
tulfly solicet their !uLpport. date.for the offie of .lerhinlt)t efit from shall erivd iher
r of P ubo Istrti rtin oitA ~ ohua~ cflt.i reO tn ntthrty I Surveyor and Notaryy PubH.
^ tited by man~ frnds I t y, ^ sbjeot tp te acitioo of the oem-, N o tmemeir io a te City ('nocil nen
id ', y fiell a i corati priteary, a tt) espetf y solicit shall he eligible to ele ion as bond ,,
myso ta e' didate for liepre~ the supportrof all eptimoeratio voters, tl te,. lr, itt iV at yl ollty
e fro deh outy in the Iespmeutilty, ., (G. K[ L[UM.. $'itiOt 5: iiior of ih .eity -is . "
ii gilature s jet t h eo,b ct t the lo i hereby trqolrl O isUe Iicall fo r saMl Ottl.i at.^ l ul5t'i lcet t ? "ti
lp i 1inaryv oaif elected e the pep I ru[ an ca didate for the otfioe o,; ehitiot and TIO h 've rh. s,li/e Street N .,P. 1. lbs 31'i. 1. t.t.04
f tl su an 'feel assured that Superihtendent8 of Publie I"nstriution lished init. (ry of th svilh ,or a -- -- ----
S re ts winextll be welI ta o f Aiatohtii nrir< y, lhjioct, to the acttin pridl Of. thirty l y trior to thr, dr( D l -. II. AI .,Dil) M AN'.
e of Ih our iext Leg.inlature oii of th i rsa' orfasrer ridoltmn;li4 nt sh ri i f od, 0I! n
Sh all especially u exercise n m y in: the support of .em cratic votrtarn If call he( shall . (iket.f.I. puhilljth ', 1) 1 ,' N .T 1 1 T. '

e for the ena t i ofa vagra ele ed, Will fa vnlor s retr o nti e a iin- o f lir e in ti rs t a telirk l dS ,lnr'n to I, ile r, a\ Orivr oI
similar to that niow i for.e in atnd the tptyme nt of th rreB school ibt. of s itl ,lo WhO s hllt e a>po int. n
rga, h has done soi;i, iture uc toPLY itr I1I ,t l ;u;; ,,;ri^:^It"
e tohe l aibor problem in th hat Sate. .10 JaL l{rfo X' e d tlixrl hi tthed ifnter h hf t pd sigaii t r i L' -
rof said ctlloand herv hal a al obesigirs ritel

S. U.For S l riff ,i AY. For Co lntyTreasurer, Litht rio th o hiitg o o rher loll hi ..l. tltthlh to l'ii l ld,,, wrl.
/ tik im thereby Y .e f fti an r I le rien sl o II R lherIan li- whre l eileit o sh all 'd nin ii it. : .

teorp sn t fi tiat for theomiiaiCounasy Traurx Colla. o t he C y Clerk ofnt, ndr t r VT il
o tyembra i this met lh o il of txpr e ssin o et of Alactia lit r, subj ti t t pri lr itirtion of t e r o r t ril thr IFSTri
jowaroito Appreciation f or t hi te hlr.ihrat ienr fedpr the utis i no f niif h. tli t or erl of ia I i t' Il tli it i \at
e rimary, laed solicit in a tstit, id ida d flct rIin lfandiy th.r.lhe, olt rnl i r'i t frou t h ll llh -'o votI : i ri'

tiluoulo rom that dat ts e this, ol cioriiulc precedent i e ntled to r rrly dis tlillhction, whi r, rlit t hlorrr )ii (Vi.. t or i t .l o t r.
t). M^. TI yiM A N. eti seondtie t .t yn t sills tit sero as itlptii filter or el f the 9irk, i' l ntllr ln l.ll' i i t nii 'k l'lt
as ot n betrayed. S rie dFor Tax Co Ieut .ull liit (Ii5p City h lll' i t, Ai d aI I Vt t d i(v rei it, i. V

"avor ed to thiu very best of iy port in the colii I tonin I.nth by s aid On y t'i'rk t ( Iti in r 'b'd' l' r ",l.I io t .| ldrau \h .. h 'i t
Dyp doC my dutyI re. u ef ai/0d sp ctfully W.rery .tii I), my NSON. l eNi t o hi'tio i h th tpirn d ih r ll f l l or.ii i n il
S on ,r thLr. ii ato for reiiny o nation as Coll, ai th e City *Clerk s ioll, 1 Itl j)r the. T i l w 1 ii,

W 1f HOW Wll I ha to idPd I Fo, s County Commissioner: hl't; Prnvid l ot t v..'l Tha
ediIAbGaoe this eho f xpre i t ofd o tl no xit.. g tl ir ti t il l lietio., ria. re

t iousl fro ve that dat tl ttlis, elf ticandidato fir onitt y di. I l ll, P h hro li t l hI I o I i
sain erely tr t atrto t a yotlr l u rii, charge the d titt 0 1et liSt n iton t lettHro bey hii t.oand li Pre t f thei.la
AI h ta riot bo ln f betrayed'. t iate l oatice. aI. f dspetfll slior t yIor ,l ecilt ) to ,iil i t o11l- 1.. t .... 4 ,i'v .
avoroed, to tis e very aiestl ofL t po in the 'onilT l. ari ltpo tiln tit. by aidl (i y ', rk tltl'e i vl or ito trthiM i. t i M i i ht,
Odo 'iry duty, rI egrrdless of speo tfu.liy, W. )'])1rKtt0NS(IN .. T.sr 0oticdl iti th o t i t to i ti fitr ll all t r r i kttilvil
oti. aorthe O litseqneor a hi t ny-Sli "I- aid elS ctiOnd lral hi'Ao.Ip'*itil o.f)'itiay- 1
Ho.sw wped .llhve o I s llrceedi t0d 1[ For County Co(missionel.oa c. titrrIf ienrllid, Itirvir.| puti.r er hDi I t i1. ".
e itol you hto.judge." i havtf brceJ 1 tald thtip y netod of t lttihtscoo iitgilg ti fllitlid nr'r I .. .. ,ha lI oio, nt, sal ainesville Lac.Uin0Wv rk,
tiwa d w thobeidh ee that my o s fo rs hi m elfie candidate for Otitty Omtiti- bel it fiinliefod tih,, i t a urei.f ,lia ...
e 'ila .or virg oitiens of 0 tr o t e De aio riorl. f'ltetd ii l.lstopr 0pri e el iv r l l. i
iph tara est' yin y hifoorll gull C o ,u n t yT e a sr er. .id.rd v r 'htil i.wi ,o t ii li lld Cr lu irtii ) t o t ra fIh t'n w hIIol we W.h

T eii f h Sfy n s. f....su ......... ..., :00 01is altl;;r held . A .. ..<,
on U the ftittir.e, as ll i o in foSt,. It rhti of l inI. l iiiuh him reuit. lidt, re -. r t.o*' f i (t
Agautl tinl wmyself a ""itt i rnvoters of thi e dis tritf r tlly i llyIit t in'l'.rs i o i l kx t (li t y "
t tebes ttv ro il. 1 'roAr Foril'o Iiinc r of. School Boa rd er, tik. r ai, o tl sunld I o' i k il l tkt o ''.

Ifelected 'ordefeatdnrottohu t ( hrlnry o nii Opt J. A I KiiH,iap- Tho 1 me llntl sr ir yfh- iof t fil Wholro"lr ( N Rll.AilN
i date 'tor the oltlee agntil, as- N, 2. tt itet t rite e (o run ty Iipn;u alisitlin.ri l k (i. a hIm llo e i i.ll l ,il .1 iitr

e craiic primaryy, If e+t+d rird frot di, tr w l t Nol I i nit thi f wl.) hiytit ir. t'
rty,t o f t iandre ly o it ote i rlptionlI h lt, f ufi h-n of Iuishi of hi t ri. Io h ltlrt tdiftriit, h,. $4-- 0. 3
riKh' r a n ia oAt .tthe c olLy thli ra ei s pira l o f i rl ctelt i kit ttihIneti S 'I i i t>,lt e .nlo, ... .... "it-I( .. .A Ci

giFor C hat lllgerk Circuit Court In o ne myself t a i ndi dtIt for r iitn- Tii' irt r C htrtv ii rkit n h t- r 'ur 1,
tonllw itieso frreseetf ullyni r o' th r o f i r hall witl ta.s. t e tnt I I I on r
Slk { i i ra t Al' hiia O i.tI : I''''lio F ir' teubtior fro l diS toarc N I shell tir utvriad tl liI I r l.' ii. r
Thl ithe Stat Co itt ar tly s lif itl. t A. K tog, all iit( thlh ii y i ,. il aI lth!ii(d W ll *r'te rId l, ',

: flct-ettd the 10lh day of 1May for '"c' of hll I m ritM at. r iri- tuoo |r l Sn It o 0 H ,,. i>
i Fg oS r pri a FeTtctx on oll h rby norry al ioni pled ihis i mytirf it i \to hii va i ys I ftt r

ntic(e my self a ca cand idate for h l td rto do nt ll t10 1 C iui for lhe id- toie lir h lin g tof l i lii (l i y loll L t 1
rlif t of A lkhta oifit hy, l i.j1eiL' ttil ur t i a al lil arid , f hyt ol,"i iitt ith i r' iti r r u rn i ,lt
rie d to secure pri nr y nomi. f electi o orry ter t o frictdrN I aii nii<, t anl publ ire ,'lly i .rvl-l.'i iheyo Iia' t 'l1 vri t l r
j lie this prgy inti in wines o tie of. ilio e tftlly l l fit hf ally if tf in trp PruolSlltfui f tll ,i ir ,opy. hit thir', ti i ~ I t $ 4

tnf l ji? troll) B t iart' dd They t- 0 lly ,i'c harge thi duti, o he ofllmha p btelil y. pw i rl n lhst wnvi ofitt, .
i o ttle bs th of r ai d by r a d O irethe oll to btesta n y ability. I re t naid t l lru l l tsn ot l n li t irii ll ,, ri-tI ... "iitto. i,,r i.r I ti,|i
t di the up lort all o li) e tito Ie- prctteol lc oiy I c fiol rrticit ty ,iIppot ll frItl Ih t. y Iin t 'In- n i t id itW ,ll. u,', i tl li i M itl.hil ii A
a le h aWsp A tm tInet n b t a oef d Ir II t i r l li t.i i t i' t'.-r v e

, hie'nr theletloo. Iryiuiocp. urtftyt o l lt t a majorti ity i (I t o I. r hhe f I-yi I

.8AM IE1 l. W IENQE cityh|. , ... 'l .. .t. .
ttoJ io'i, t o:judge."Il i u I t th is tll ln lftn tiu )rot1)n oili tnt tNr I "lol dIll ti'i,-th e r tI It ii' all il L", il et o k

thene S tt a cutie C- r- ii an tl st ilnr t rh ,r ari, n- . .it-ti I ..hi- it i.. fIi rI'i I'ro I}(t i

pe3tfully ariioiic(T -tilf y l tord d by ,a 1 ,1", i<,l toil a
pty for Cl erk of thu Circuit l. --r iid "ounei u.pr rwbith r t iiin. i h. J rtt r
oieletd Alahe ot nti ty, subIof t my Tftovr idte for il I or lit to l .' Iir- trin"roi i ril ,tt i ll lI Il a.
i ei org tar i .tiac prii ary, oand oltie iniionetry l 'sthm rii, r itdg igt d lya Btlf I l al,'ii 1 in Il it' 1 1, 1"plo r ill0 ll, ,r I'
pportc I yeoralf .in i cratldide t.te ford ehreta < IA do alls ik th r o ed- i t i.n'. iinilplf o r t ti f t y
I all peros ri t duti o f t h e-1 i ofue ii>ial Ht er etp i ort th e(bity ayf i otn rtlEllr:i. lt: (,t shit i 'ni! lt lt' I ht' I t-it

the'bet oP my hbly. re vii d r sr l .i Y A Rho
4 achiaFor County Judgehot l' e 1 0, ton i iThIe Iti W Hsg! -. ma. ritg ,, lt. i to- i wt tl. l A
herbiif annlnyo myCf y ouufiipo tdl t tl o f s ii 'tl i leri ol i il i lta' \ lit

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y lie It is le rot ise .know n r.. iio l' I SctlitiiI wi ll fit tlrful.ti i llyA arId. c tnri. r. -"u(. P sidrl i n'it tiw l,,. CIi,' di i 'Ii "i t .
already bei'ir lealtrord b~yo I en tilite to )h Ist' e : b of iy ahti 'ltty, I n re- taut erlrii uil ili, igu i l l I '

ebiocratic rnimanryt ahad 0o1 roi t tl on it u cad hall ba e fo r r tj iat ,i 't i i lt,,,ii, itr urts'
.1lpport of alialWttenr sh rni a If 'lof t- .. Is I)r ted fr thf-t.|1fr i fna)ed of it ,itt I itarI'llt Iis.lll s"1t11 .- ii r lns wiii tn'f i his', r JARD p a d Mgt.,
al n'l .p form l. th l otic.itt vot st lit- trt Streeto ff r tile -i ty 0sof .(ii a d is ordi lrls'e 'b-e it i t ( ira t. I ltr-
te. ho bell t of i y' albitityr. .-'te- ."via' sok,"t o oidfa. ratsealed. -
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o t -he ...I.LL RD ,F ort 'W hibr'uo q'choof (/ s l t r rdn Ilt
1 6 iDby. brIlI i o lln- Olctl itO n ritl air t lifty m ilts fsllt1 olt Ahn' eti "!' h l
phr n- e tit-i to'Is
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li& '" .. . d' h'nl AtA t hl itilist1t o40) 1 tine, llitds dull-I.'' ( % .I_
81ilVi #1.,/now (nOt(I I ,hi, lr a tid tli ea r I b a-in i n. t It tht', rat"
tRa candidate for eCm olty J.udig f o.r : l p r enrt f'per 'a aut k, p.sbh (is "
a beg to s y that ih.in .' p (tIii ser-, siniainiy 'tinTy hail hb-.. pyai a" .r
th fiftily, aad alisk ly'ou'.to't.ri ,t ru t e t ofir. .40itch-s lo + ., t ,
i *Oingl oo41-1 thi .your Iroad- it!ih n si4ar- ,tth p In
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: The Celebrated .


1Ostively'Two ays onIy.

beii00na" on Free

Il!jh lprIngsk Mar 95 and 0.



WMt1ers of Geneatl Interest Gath.
tred by Our Reporter.
What HasHappened an'dWhat.l Going
to Happen Told ,t.n Short Paragraphs
oj 8. That 1He Who Flunoto May fad'

oietA. :i
'Th 1 %8 aw it on tale at the tr8ov,
'ho' e tio nato pt6 tW U:r sale 31 R.

Itoertliea beautiful assortment.
lvted-rady lifole in0uranee gent:

N*w Mtroiirh ilirt sWhite n egli ge
at 1 ma. tMarIlnu ldel. " 1
Simnsono'i Wondeirful Salve tor sale
,byl 3 .W. M tOoifum& ,Co..
Oty taxes must be paid s ,i, month,
Books.elose April d1 1t1
,. Bowe of Kanapmh a wa a via-
hio to ti4s aily yesterday
iFor ie shiOrts and tia l all o, th
ed F1rount. L8 t J urk h im, o tt
v W. Poietington of Dale City is
registered at the Broiwn House.
GI bsoni's lnlish It .Tabilot, best
( ego Sno uWdoeu of Orapge lfoightls
wia visitor to al.esvlle yesterday.
c, M. Uordonu of ieatstopy waWu
ai ong the visitors to this alty yestjr-
VW. T n.aker of Island tlrove was
transacting business in this city yes.
iorSale-Typewriter, good order,
1rioevvry low. Apply to John '%,
'G. E s Io vee of Highl) 8pritngs was
iamonga those who paid lainesville a

1'. ,. bobinson, a protgeusive plantar
4ity yesterday.
T. M. Venablo of Kan:paha was
1an1 oig thoa)1 who 'favored thill cltyr
with a visit yesterday,
'' Road.iasto. r 8. Joleiy of the At.
S lantio Coast !ino had returned from a"
brief ll.iaI trip to Palastks.
Jseio R L. e tarnes of t Orange.
1ife' igtswas 'among the prominent
|i sitors to this elt. esterlaty,
Sevif B hWta. 'Venul. has rtrn.ed
S from a b'toe trip to awthorn, where
. has beoot the guest of NRativs
W.' A. $noneton a of W opg, inore
tfamnlirly known as "Soniy" 8 lowdeth;
,'was a visitor to t.iBly srterday,,
;, Otiioi Nw Vt -P-rpsa t ontenpiat+
g :: a trip to tesW Yo.k andl. retturn. by
S 'steamer will tave oisy by outre'
spondtntg wil) 'the ,Stu. tr
.Tusi reaolvedi thito ne spring styles
;" lit lrowaid hats ; theyy are. aittis .'
,As go ir. qu ality i moslt of tIer..
1 d k prioe $3. AlroNto.t Endal .
W, P. it of Watertown, a valued
42, pioye of the ,Psni lumber Compiay,
1 t among those who vddis t .ainee
+*'ilye etiU sdayp-'. Yitt wa rog: ite at

~I to Tu n L 'h to
S bptttssO ttft o t ald 4ot it sokh
j'swlhis h treiwMA t ^S hA' bs
wealtain tomiss ho au
stm 't : ea.A l

o, W, 31. BIROm Ot an tas Fwwas.
in 0the Vit'ors thiy yeoper-

v"you wantut op-dte.ae and 1atylloh
'lothinu0,Red Fonti P s the place. '
It n, Wa t' rien ettyto r sa. ton,
:ly for.m TheRun i.'o oa is a'aplg t6o
le.v.Hyourb ordr, f
014a WW. p ioretrnae. duie, s-
tdy ,fromit Pala',*hero he has

' nilemr of the treatment of Dpr.,
-tigot,'t rmnsln ftro thlstylety,

!ina r awn T m
pNrly^t~in tieat iht

as in the a:y yesterday. Mr. heam.

is the eteoent tt oher of the Ta coma
ehool y and has given excellent sais-.
Prof. HCowteeiof Waldo was a
vtiftt6r theit ity yesterday. Profh.
Cor eei s principal of the Waldom

shool, atd has enjoyed a- most, su-.
deslful term.
Miss Emit Mon Water,, ,a Oharming
young Jldy, of Palako, was in the oity
r a NMis hoW ater cam, for
ofthe howlehaing soe ,me de o tai
work formed by r, Aldermanxt.,
Miss Mad a obnson, i: charming.
younf;g ld' of Ro, Wai, waamong the
vl tors totot a ois y yesterday eMrlss
pbinbsanWas 0 11tot Jaipe-r,
wi ore wilL ittten d ",'the normal

,l R. Dudleyi aiprogresuive citl.
9sa anid plater of' Joieaville, was In
the poilyyesterday, iHe has several
daughters attending the Gainesville
Oradiol and fligh Shool, apd eamoe on
a visit to then.
'i8 TiPrescott of 'Alachua, one of the
lemding cill'ns of that se.'ton, was
among thoe vittors to this arty yester.,
day. Mr.. Prescott has been appointed
deputy tax asses.sor by Assessor Colsoni,
and is, doing somh o efliolent work .,
Among the visitors to this oity .yos-
terday was E Glualidir i of Fayetto.
vilel, who .came.on ,ilbusinels.'. Mr,
Gauldoe operate. one of tlhe most ex-,
tensive turpen tinq farms In Lafayette
Ooun1y, and has been very sucooessful,
Amongthe visitors to. this city is
HTen ry l tehinson of J acksoville, the
clever traveling representative of the
Covington Company, wholesale dry
goods. .'Mr. lHutchinson has many
friends in 'this oity who are always
glad to tso hint,
Miss Pearl Edwards was in the city.
front Orange Heights yesterday MMis
Edwards has boon teaching the publie
school, but the t.r.m having expired-
she is oow teaching a feiw 'pupls by
private inetruetion. She is o8 e of the
mott ,competent teachers in the
county, r ..
Attentiotn te directed to the change
of adver iaeinent of Ge'orge W tyde,
which appearing this thi iue. io r Hyle
Ig advertising 'acut price in l ka. and.
others srnoe wonderful, bargains to
those who really aippreelae good vMal
ucs See the adl and aspect the stock,
iWhih will certainly lead to a 'sale if
yoU desire to putirhaie s pilk r
"'"Road Thie; o
,iPrtioe Pji'e, Ala.,' Dee 1', t iS-Dr,
E.. t Hal, .Diar Sir I spent last
yoear il y ctirntyo ad wloile there your
rehtuedy Was rniueti ded t ol i nie", Ar.
ter trying sev, a other physieianu
ptte4hased 'one 'amail bottle, or your
'remedy., .Iere~tlnse..espeotfully.,
o A Texas Wonder.
Osne small bottle of'hhe Tetag Won-
er, aih' .(t PisDcomveryt, eite osl 11
kidney sil blad r r 4rotleat renovee
gravel. 0 ,t45, Dbt.s sininal. emi -
aloae Ma i t lam wie beks, rheuma-
VUt sad a 6 isrv albttles of oth r kid-

|womn, tgtiase blsse 5tutabl.a in
*hthitamn. itf msold y7 i r t rpi;,
wfllt, seat byn, ms tlpt! t $1,,
utln aain.~bttie is i mosiibs' tret.
intoti swidotan to pertt ^
s. Ha il Rasthls mann.

A t ver an agreeable in fnd Spring upon u IO
'Agai. n' evey hlad we se'e sagns of the nearness of this lovely sea.
SThe a fll f s, roses and blossoms of
'evefryknd, wbh 'wArns us thatha Sner ig nigh e to get read$ for
SthWtr Met yoW-they. r surely oon a tnd now is the time to
p,.epar to'h 'good T r m .

vp.r:ue' 0B ,7 R4 004 lCpy ti c aa4 . ... ..... ..
0y"Mobrd50'? 5 dtoen Aaote tortiTowelsai' nc eu
144T46=11 .,n',0snsbn 51W dto.en o on.to4
0I W hitoao a 40 s O '' tcs l per d '.,....,............, .

ej :_ -1' a "'"sk p $120"
.... *'''' ....... hetuavalue .1.75 perdoz, ea '4
20 eoeI vae-Dtted Swisses, ro to sTe re,

y4 .... ...... ...... .. sdo de .s' Summer Vests, loeaech
plaeBest 9.4l Sheetng.' 0 y .dozIe Ladles Summer Vests. 35c
pleoes.Best, t0- .heetinir.i.hFc yd. 15V', 20c. 26c and ................ "" 1
:We have the largSt assortment of Dry Ioods in East Florida Come
your trade and are bidding for it with the beat yahimes obtainable.
0 Mrs. R.Wilson .
WOhiypth lrot ftrtn^ o Dy-(46d hm

Illsre witl Un an & Ramiey of Waoahoota, one of
.EBverybody knows we make the best the leading planters of the county,
wagons for the money in Florida. was trading in the eity yesterday.
Bassos At8on. sun.awim " -'
enson & Son wi J. A. Rose'borou4gh:pf Windsor was
Dr. J. Hlarrion Hlodges departed among the visitors Othis eity yester-
yesterday for Atlanta, where he was day. Mr. Roeboiuglh is seriously
compelled to go for treatment of the considering entering tile r efor rep.
eyes resentative, and inthe ev.emt tthlat he
Willian Jackson of. Lake View, one does, will no doubt make a good race,
of ,the progresive peters of that Wanted.-Two copies of The Daily
eton, Was a vtitor to Gainesvlle' Sn of November 80, 1903, December
yesterday. 1, 190S and JanuaryJ 1904; also a
e h it the weather and your copy of the Semi-Weekly Sttn' f No-
feeLt, 'That's the klnd'thatireoejve our vember 6 1908, and January 4,1101.
attetion just tnow, strong and good. For the Rrt copy eachof e
L,. Smith's shoe department ii the dates wewill pay to cts. tf.
pla e, .
e w n nProf. 3J. G.Kellum of. Alachnua was
TeTwenteth entry Club will' among the visitors to this cityyester.
'm5 t Monday'afternoon at thetiome of day. Hlie is principal of the Alachua
Mrs. WV, M,0 Johson, orth Pieasant High.School, and Is'regarded as one
stree at 3o'clockMr. Tench wll of the most competenti'nstructors in
beleader of the meeting, the' county. Prof. Kellnum has an-
The Ploy Mgicians will give one of ntouced himself, as has already been
their wonderful entertinments in stated, for the position of superinten.
Feaster '& Johnson's hall, Micanopy, dent of public "instruction of Alachua
Monday night, the 14th, It ia said to be county, and will no doubt make a g0ood
one o f the finest, ,I .ot thi lest at- race
traction of the Alka, eat System. ' '
lion. A.U. .lleary of Wance was WA l eah tt sales mto sell
among tile visitors to this city yeiter- net po t.(I. centralU Telero Works t!o., i',16.
day. Mr. Hilleary, as has already irk. ta sun-tmiot0i31
been announced, is a candidate for tithe
Legislature. He isaa very competent ___ ___ ___
man, and will no doubt ake a fine ..
race, '0 -
Amongi the prolinient visitors to
this eity yesterday was 'Prof, M. C.
Melntosh of .\roher, principal of the
Imblic whool at that place. Pof. M- -
Intosli isoi of the most otelcient
teachers in lithe county, and his work is
approtiated by the patrons of the
Dr. GUoron It, Tison, the dentist, is
now etfinfortabsly located in thie Miller.
Law Exchaoge, in the ofllces formerly
coupiedtl by Dr. 3. D), L. Teiiclh The
ot1ioe is nicely furnished, and Dr. Tiaon
will be glad to welcome hlis friendsand .
thao6 wlo desire dental work. i
Mrc.. [:l,owmian and Mrs. L. L '
Linn of Indiana, aunt and coalsin of E.,
0. MeMahan, haoe returned from a
pleasant visit to Willieton, and will re-
main hero for st'veraldays. They -are
well pleased with, Florida, and expect
to remalin ai long as. their timne will
permit. 9 000. yards 36-inch Blac
James 11, Granger, formerly chietrof price il.2, thi8 week
po.le ti this city, Is now engaged in *
l4hinl ait Grove Neck, Putnam couely, 50 Vyards t .inch Black
Mr, rsngetr hais been very suceessful 2 5 1 Black
in thoe Iling business, and has t ade, a price $1 u.0, this week
great deal of money. Within the past
week he reports having caught '1,xx) 000 00 yards Black Peau d(
pound. o line fish' at $1.l, this week
The Gainesllel bottling Works have
ant ad ertistemeint in this istie, to .100 yards Poau de S0i
which tieattentio of thfe pUblic i t '.th theeek W
itvited l Thi flrt mansuftctur oda eek
water, all ltavorb, ginger' ale, root nd
blWWh'bert, eidert, all of which are
of the highlt quality. The trade is
supplied with Ute very highest qualhiy
in' this line. $' S the ad and write
for prices, ,"
Our contract with the Argo eVortalt
O, having.beq.'e ed, we Ittill ha ve a '
fWpiottr 'fra whiMch we wi of- f
fot'i 'i i aM ta ohe.'
framewerew rth. slt' dollar s l .....h..e
ad he i6600, buits will: npw
a)ll them for a great 4rati less. Ihialle
wehto takihR oen for the tbrtrait
eon ay, we si r oe , and had N W
tslee rtuvasad> whish Srapks weal,

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Special attention to suppers,for ,
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