Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02183
 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 15, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02183
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
 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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is in a O
so Took Up

i tbo ay-4ipaoOpwB uwora Qw'i (w .
'Fr ei ti P Ai Pr b'sn t lI
Tigh,8prings, MrPu)l !1 -Theotaill-
O414to for the ofl1q, of county ,Soer'
OutIendeniit of Puobli6Instlrudolott od-
resed the citis:ois 0of 'High ri~h in
the A.ud itoriumi of i the pi b0ool
bildlltgl'.Frlday evening,. The oca-
aon'. ws made a v.ry 'pleaantai'on,
there bothg present a large n.uprber oft
the prominent people of the towntl*I.
eluding the lad ioe. :'The candidaltet,
DrJ L. ,LKelley of Gatnepvillel, Irf.
J. 0. Kellum ot AlaohuA aand 'Prof..
Geo, MA. Lynh of Gafnisville, were in*
troduced by Rev. Christopher Mathe:
son of Oainesvilie, now pastor of the
resbytorian churches oft and Mlik ville.. ,
) Dr, 3. L. Kelloy first' addressed th
,odicnceS, p reseni.tlig lit views regard'
if.ig the proper quslifl.at.oiolis d re
Sl(ulirenlents of a athdidate for the of.
flee of county tlllerinrtenident of
0: hools, stating tluhat Itiwa unineoe'ary
for a candidate forh thi oflletoea
teoheri or a loholar :vrsaed th'
dolmon school b'rainchei,: }innthVi.,
h)m inton questions 'or teehtes 'Wre
prepared ,by theitaBWsu~perintendent,
Dr. iely presented haimelf asboing
Speri s.ed "in tle mpagenot 9
publid6 school catterj, ha3log I
the past ar well as tho presentittan,
,igea W'th the cousrty school board,
H6 d ssef d s ) 1e county pholo debt
aod his *plan for loquida ii.p the6 paine
dby^ the estiblishling of a .;"lkih fuln
ito'ibe depaoited: ac.h yeoari, and r the
0t ioflc oernotiiitmy by].'ettngl thepa.
etpenfltiurae for, the ,1wigroali0is,
iavtKliog loweftlupari's for thbi colorei.
tfielleris, )r. Kelley held the atteu.-
lton of hisi hear is for everAil tmiutiies,
4lo0tasiiii]g'ith Schooltopi .leoft 'tod ay
, aides; rented hls plans for t he future,
.','itl il Klta. r, wis iext introduced
^tpdina t I weln cosect remarks pro'.
sealted some Iihrest)l y ilalt .regorhl
? pbll4n 66ic aoot il d 'btlt d th0 fbe t ilway
of paying off tihe present t indlbtledne.
1ltrof.Kelluit presented a moitt ix-,
aiient ilan ofu( lsec log thle i xp' ot i
Sby economy in incidental expenses
showing how tiaoh iand very district
S ight easily defriy all incidental ex
Sponges, greatly lensoning the coin-
ty expen1sern, Prof. eOllum rep.
rselnted h.imselIf aIn favoring
a linking fIund for l(uli(ttIng tho
presIent. chidol debt hlut favorilig ai
sA;, llrl qu.ttin, taiaHti hatlh o -ii -
trs" ,litoM iiit wd by; ii .., Kelly
woald pecAsmnatlly rob thei schooll 0110I
dre of today fur hw of tho fitre
by. ahortiuaig school turms of, the
pr's.ient, siugestitng an smaller fund and'
loIefr teo'rms, Prof., Kolluln disagreed
wtith Dr, Kelley ini regard to theIt ne
i bsary quAlilloat|ions of lthe county.
superlintndent of sthoiols, stating that
Siit order to t now and select iu omietent
', t lawl tl italia wtid tai.ehorsti anid prop."
erly direct theirr work ini th, school It
w*i s essential that the supetrintldentlt
Out.; u ri oxpuritiane tiecher vorsed in
sohol totIkth'od antiltd principles ofi
#Kotl .tito inM'r4 KIoit u n'lirunted 'ldn
sia0lfa proitperly flitted fo tl'I work t by
having beeli n educated in tho coniunon
schools atind laviutg eeutn ".omntctid 'by
his Wtork as t liBoher in' l-|ite publi'o
i.e~llnim SpOoke moat oonmpliantntary itt
reia, t to tile exicelltent record of Df.
Kelle.y liin connection with th.e ciluol
:board .,a dvisingibetause of tOla exeal,
lent record, he' be reitAh,d uppith Ut'
oouaiity b lard., I' * ' :' '
Pk t. ttli o AM or ,che .ipote o i stiU a

sated by thei: pR~etdig esldidmtt'es
lagieiing with t Kelumi thatt Utto
sad.!l'ate 1for supeiletti4eni-aat.wo
'y 4a1houl be a teacher i.w .l.t trkitie4 ti
'ie plan antid methods of t
t e puiblio ihthol -i a.so p el .
th. betb Ir, Kelley and ,Pro. :Ksi

1te j cers anti las e*xedttah
) '4l| g ehtotl;, peelsa-sf 'o I^ thi
B||N# o' of dedatiif the 'nei

snomac!, relaig In. 1
nervous tension,, while
th@ inflamed muc e
ad membrane* of that
Orgin 'are allowed to,
rqst and heal. AIt octr
lodIgestion, flatultei ,
I pltadlonof f i heirt,
inerous dyaspepulas!
all tornch roubles by
lofeanrianil, ptdrifyit atd
.ltrsufthbnlnl the| h
m .ranse o0 he#tocn
ahaptidigestive organs,

i r: r r toils it
B0I0.N8 i,*ijyl f0hl!. 41d
0bt(r h ho)l

dToo .
9 Cl

o Y Mk. rggists.

only the elementary 'bt6hes 6in ';the
84hools, and th installing' nto'- the
ind of the tro hlid the 'prnelpls
o lboor Mr.; Lycth spoke of "his a'
soctilon witlthe piA"lblic school. of the
county 4and ithe hit Fvloridha hei"ay
fdr the p. seven years as fitting hi
44 t01h0il0e, and reqjuested the sop'.
port of the people. '
Prominent Pennsylvanian declares He
'Willl Return Here Next Season. I
After two 'mitntih pleasiitly spot
In this city, during theme grmat.er part of
which he ip0e1nt' at the Odd Iiellows'
smi nitarimnI,'loim, George, ,'. Young ex
ipetato mtiltki his depnrtreo today for
his 4homie nt 1 etty ,burgi I.
Mr. Yolunge I pptmimstlr at DGettys-
burg, and Is at main of considorablo
into. lie is 'amo of otmth mostt affable
visitors ('hinevill ao )as vor hiad, ituid
laitm inuilde ominy frtlinds 'roe who will
regret toeeo hin leave, '
o "I hat. to got Mit of' lore myselff"
h6 was flra.k onough to Aniidiit yester-
tiiy, "'butl 1 ami oi.inig nkblk-yu.i
ihity fel suro of that. I think it great
dtal of lainiosavi tl i : 'n her tneo pie, for
I at say 'witlh sinmewrity ,'tbiat it Is'doro
of th iliest towlt liI havo oveor vifiL.-
od ii taild' of lIy 'Wit, II have 'mIot
clittiged" tlio opiion which I received
t)(rly uponli ty arrival iher,,"
W, L. Yanry B:Afled the Physiclans'.
W. iL. Yatnoy of 'Pildotah.' Ky,
writes: I''J hadi as 'vo e taei' of kid.
-iiy diseae Od tlh re of' tt t pehy
leian', iit Kutio ky treated 'Ime' 'Ait h
out sUC Iuca. I l' then took oley's Kid
ney tmre, Th firit bottle gave liii.
nietdlato rohl i and three bittlei Oitared
1tie ptrliiai itly. : iy, ii rtetcoim-
mm0ild thils wotdirfol r.imdy2 i'ihl
by J. W. MeCollumi& o '
Young Man Who Sh1ot' Wllistiitmot alt
och, e. is Oul.ot.i l nd .
l. ,,1 Oas ias (iaio young Int'i of
'hlaind iGrove who shot and mf ini folly
wounded Joe. illlamoti of AlAMiinoipy
iat Ruhelle afe days' ago, a"dd who
was rough t. t'his ityi at|d pttcd 'li
prisot, hats lb i, riaedi undei r a bond
of (t) fo(r his ppearanoe t -the fall
letWi'of tihtie:circuOtturt. '
C.assels lih biee hled pentldinHg thi
tesili0 tof th~0 woilndis inthitod 'tp
Wi .lihou i0ti.; ph Ti ,,1Psiih tjw;'
veh't mivanvnatlottio>etlthat Wmilflmgson'
is now t' of diianger t' wheii n the 'bont
wi Is"uredt' anuq adol ,' i iptedm m i i
.W .Not La~in. to q..ak -.panih .
*ittistn of booklet a tIi..i ."W at"
y lttSpai,(sh awt dit tii,:t Sy i t3 yW
d it.the rM 8agweo, w," m


ci~r~ LXX~t


I;,t*,i 4" tifu Prod4tibn f

Ay far th large ~s uie of'

entaltlve people from every sedtlon of;
the cottty, wer 0delighted with the
'enlertaiftinet, play of iwh,
. the lecture of Rev. Jones was one of,
his ol'd ones which has been delivered
mani~itimes before, but it was good.
Anything Sainm Jones says "is good,
whether it is good o not," If this ex-
presilotit i permimssable. lHe got off a
number of hisg old sayings, but they
were6 delivered in such a manner that
theigoad people liked them.
' he feature of. the evening, as it
turned out to be; was the lecture by
Mrs. Ertpl-Bowden. The lady 'has a
beautiful, clear and distinct delivery
Whichan be heard all over the
big auditoratun. Her ,ecture, which
was a tompanied by itereoptsibni piq.
tua', iw aextrpmely:IInteresthing., nd
it way truly be said t at this, ettlre
tilhe beit ttr rid ,thea tuhqut
has had during the er Ire eason,.
This evening lrs. rtse.Bowden wifl,
repnor the famous Passi op Jayi, and it
'is is dless to ay thitt the auditorium
wil' be wefl ill-ed.
"Tho trains for Micanopy, Oltta and
ligh springs, ier the Atlanitio. Ooast
Line were held until 11 o'clock' Monn-
lay Al|it In order to aoeoi)motdtite
the vati number of Lpeouple who came.
t'o litt etd Ihe hautuiqua,
What Those Who Attend 'the Taberha-
cle Will Have Pleasure"'o Hearing.
As a matter of information 'to the
public, The Suti will publish every
lii0tloring the chauliauqua program for
that;day, so that those desiring 'to' at-
tenid the Taberituolo iiimy know what
t.o exoevoi. Folluowiiig Is today's pro-
grAir :
lOi:.00 a. '.-llble lecture, Prot, J,
R . Brown. .
2 "3Q p. in.-Piani 'recital, rof.o Ar-
nold. ,
8 00 p, tm,-Leeture, '"The Passito
Phly," ,M r. Katharino Ertz-llowden,
ti llstrated by a nuiiimiibr of Storoopti.
con views ai.d moving pioturos. A
beautiful Iand helpful eveniing. Grood-
yeo words. Prophecies for 1905.,
)r, Brown at' thei morning lecture
will give a synopais of thle tntiry book
of lObre.'w, in giving names and gen-.
oral summary.
Attention, K. of P.,
-.The regular weekly meeting tif Mt.
Veriopi 'Lodge No, 20, Knltights 'of
Pythias, will be held at the castle hall
hi eBvening, beginning a 7:30o'cloek.
A full atteii.lanee is delreld, and visit.
bg brothers will receive coardial wel.
conie. J. Do.lAss, 0,C.
11. lB; ,i o K. of R. & .8,
Oures Sciatic Rheumattsm
Mrs. A. N, Silpsotn, i5 Oraig ,at.,t
Knoxvillo, ienn., writes, Jne J ,10t.e ,
189 "I have been 'tryihmg tie "'bathm
of lil.t Spriingi, Artr, or stitio rlieu.-
mattismII, but. it gt lO reitefl from
11Mlarl' Snow 8 1 invirint thal t A.
otdicinel or 'nuythiing h vo ever
tried. Enoloset ind p etofhleu order
fur'$, lS.id ltm a large bottle by
oothrni Exprve.a" sold by Johnsont


.'.'e ., thT ".Eted' rAt.a to w'.ork
. 3Ik000 wsti a,' on strike o hl as failed'
tlti' tertilt itle' Pl s to a.b. tralhe
havr'lyer, lbea re t :ited b their employiyrs
Cit' a h ( thite pitoa ft t w ork

lThdttbtltkhts e .....
4 1 itat lIf .t0 by *t5 bra I '
ore' anton 'w1 sl d not to wofit
y"^^i"" '"


Alachua Pool Pa(0tors,
S.i Bu-es, Proprilnt.

Located in ttie Porter lilotk, t'so ith
aide aqtmre. .'Three flrsthaii- ttabls.
'Good Hghts, and .p0mptril acid oeirtti,,in
sevice.. The ptubhl s .fcord ialy invited
apd, aways welcne, '.


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.*/,. S c A r , : 0 ,

t'v'OAusery Q,
,ts e'srd tO All P t, at
[!: ",.i **i. \) ^ A S ~ t U A .R 'Vt .', '^ ::1:,\;/ I

+;; l ...< .= .2 s+ .......:: ....... .-- + -+- .....
r' ;!;^ '?*l:.::yl'*lt^^ KT~ !^ .*"111 ; 1'1 ':i";11''


'A, WEIL&CO,"'

Of All Deseript ttio.t '. .

ote Agoents for MONAlill4 and SOlt.
E1' N QUAL TYV Shoes, Eve.
pair warranted.
J, Manasse, .
............... S .. ... .. + i
Nic Ared's Salo al dfo

Ia' nt l ,uneh froni 12' to
Bart'iole ay R. isster, l sohis ..

Stas l' lab ChcMlys (anaa^

to--olli rP el ihiado'

wo: '

= ..


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'" mX-W E, 2'yrw]ET AN IT Q-

JaCksonvivlle and New Vork,
S. Caling it OHARLESTON,S. C,, both wanys.
'The Ptnest Steatmship in 0the Coastwise Service
.Clyde :New ngland ,'anl other Lines
: : Direct rdtc'.e 1ween JACKSONVJLLLE, .BOSTON and :'
P:VI 1 :. Allf Mate ru i, Poini&,
Sling et O harleston both way .
1:.1;';, ..^ l:::*l^ ^I- ;".a SATI \T-E .
:SoOuthbum .... ., ...., ...... Froi Lewis' Wharf, '13 ton
,Nortihbtou .,. . ..,From Foot of ath6ri1e ,t., Jacksonvlie..

ie.tw.ex J KAdK'iONViLLx ai-id *SANEp'o1 U
Stopping at Palatka, Astor traiisi, resford ()eLand), arl Inte'riediate
Lndigfii.sonS.St, Jo]hns Biver '-
LCtves JaklBonville :810 p. ni. Sundays, Tieasdays and Thursdays.
Letves Sa ford 9:30 a. m. Moidays, Wednesdays and FridayM.
Is appointed to sail as foows.:..

J nlea Own, ditendL ta
Leave : 0 pm.... ., ...... .Jaksonville... .. .. Arrive 2 00'a
S 8:45 pm ,.. ....*.,, Palatka,.,... .. .... Leavelt p iu
8 : m .. 6., ., ... Astor .. , ...
-4:0 ; )am ..... ... ..... ,.,. 'Iranci ... .,,. ,. _
S. .. . ...... ....... Bereaford (DeLand). ...: . .' .. "," *
Arrive 0 a ..... .. .. afford .. .... 0a
. 10:o;00 ain ...., .. ......... ,..: ..... Enterpri, e... ;, .... .. ...... 1, O'0aln ; l
I.r 11M o J .Ast n.Pass. A- r t, 'w e-st811: t.. Jc ksorl WlleM R
0. 0. OO1R, Jr.orclgh tA A srLTn .. G We" t t. .Jue,,,riie.tlen. ;,;,
So o 'FootoH inn street. Jioksonville.
A.,fl T ,en, at'NawnP1ss Aw t.NewYork, CLYD MILN F"te. t N
J11E.O. G.. .EGE'CLYD E 0&C
General Manager. General Ageniitp,
Chowehroul tlA qnldine. l StSate street.New Yorlk

4 full quarts fine old Rye, express prepaid, $3.20.
4 full bottles Rict, Hill, express prepaid, $4.20.
All goods in plain packages if desired.. A very large-,l
stock of liarrel goods from 1 .5 to 5.00 pt gallon.
Fu lineof. Imported and Domrenutic Wines,

1 j I :

{.n biEt i

ledgeat Pal
omine tiht

LE" ', ''.' a

a Sad Surprise to
vas for MAVNoy Years"
|ihusil, Where He
nd llby aboard,
wa s addened Moti.
oe a40tooni'eulent of
tm eaoh, wlhlch If-
o durtig Sunday

Mr. tSle4e has been, for many years
"i resident of Gahliesvyilie and has man y
firiend4; He was fora long time, until
rieqntly, seoiton foreman of the .Se-.
b'lird AirLIne on the Gainesville sec-
Sinu 4 ring which time he gave mn-
t sre atisfadtioii. His long service is
thi bet etvldeoie of that fact.
.A few weeks ago, when the great
strike betWeen the railroad companies
and the Brothe(hood of Railway Track
Foremen was evident, it was taid that
Mr. Sledge, who wai a member of the
brotherhood and *Po was o16yal to its
itAitiei, mainlfe tedm an important
parthin the proceedings of the union.
Belgii a loyal and iflluential member
he was .ompelled to manifest more in-
t lterest than ithe average member, and,
titie.sid ,,h0o;t0h *.this 'maniifestationt
he' i iihs position. this :preyed
h avoil 'pon his imI d, but he pro,
; ey i4tiht ast Oo st, where he' se
o uted posItion on the Fltprid E ast
st.: raIw `i Itt 6h ianie a paucity
t r he ha)4 'rved 0 d faithfulhly and
401 on the1aboard. *
h:' e iiiformtion of p.: Sledge's
4 e thal'Me fr0om h'.l daughter, Mrs.
o areno e Harrod,. who', Is residing at
S alim Beaeh, ald wtti wht the d.-.
vp ased was residin alt the time of his
health. It wasa in.ple measage con;
v ying the sad ittformatiqn, but it was
of itaiUlent importance to throw this
communityy into gloom,, ,fpr all who
knew 0. 0, Ltedge were his friends.
S The remains arrived in this eity
Monday niglt via the: Galneviille amid
h tlwa T'were met .at the
,):latiiv ,,desa a friends,
T1 ed them to t ei hiqom~'of the
d eceased lI Eaiat Gaineuville. "
Deceased leaves a wife and two chil.
Sdry-Mrs. Olarmeice Harrod of Pain
Bech hand Miss Jessie Sledge of this:
city-to whotn the sympathy' of the
.obmmoniiiy is extended. IHe was a.
prominent Odd Fellow, and belonged
also to the Wood mei' of the \World
and the Patriotic Order of Sont of
America, all of which lodges will 1io
doubt participate iin hi$ funeral, which
will be held from. Kavaniaugh Methlo*
dist Church at 2 :30 o'clock this after-
Snoon. .
The following pallbearers have beeni
.elected from the tlre, lodges men-
tiotied: ML It, Satnders, L, T. Roux,
J.F. Blunoh, Chas, Piikoson, W. it,
Anderson, N. 1K. R(arter.
Rev. W, J. Carpenter will conduct
the" h.chu.rc h service.
S Femous Hypnotist and Mind Reader
Will Ap ear atOpera iouse Toniht. i
"Prof, y Soomop Fokes, the fa-.
m' ouiis 'l tt and mind. reader, will
T appearat the opera house this evening.,
Prof. Fokes is i young man, but he
enjoys i(~ reputation of being the
fines lan tmost tsucessful in the iproM
S esslion on the road. Somet of hls work
is perfectly marvelos,'atnd lie will de-
1 liht as well as mytify those who see:
hie! M toght.;
i teotie prinolpald (eati of I'rof.
t" oks! s l the great bind folded. act, e'in
t whio, blindooled, hie finds given
article hidden by a committee. 'iHe
a will also, blidlelded, go to the pot-,
:o lee, open a letter box ind score a.
'l .ttrIe to the owner, andi promises, to
read itSeoitents blihndfolded.':
ProtO4fak .el ke-' thris -fwmous
i~rii at 8, oloookt thIs i fternoon, the
: ro seas W a teergof4Qume toA be As
Se^tt* by 1 te judges. At 4- o'htoeb,

aai~laa.eit nl hii rte in a ~u,. ad

Two rPopulir' 'ou #t', ,+ '4'
villeWadded unday Eveing.
t0eint pser'ous friends Sh.ie co
trantig parties Were very 'muhaig r.;
prised Moiday morwnifg to learn of he
marriage r Wi'. M Iale and is
I Etlzel,4(1ivaoln, which evut1 ecarred
at the .6mi6 f' bride mother,.
1r,p Pauline A;ietra^ 6 i.
iondb. street, Siidity evening, ;.,.:
ThoWPs,' -lay ft tte u'irt ( resbyteritt
Chitroh oltelatin .
* IMr Dale is tit elte lot chief eterir of
athe Dutton Phoophtat H opany. He'
paie to Gaitlesvillea few 1ionlth8 ago
fromOeala, where he was employed for
Tnay years by Aord & lltirphoshiito
miners, in the same cepaetty. H' isa
young man of excellent quality and
character. The bride Is one of Oaities.
viile'O fairest yonig ladies. Sihe lhas
been one of the ficientit itstrtmtorsa in
thle Gainesvillo Graded .uild High
School until Friday or the past week,
when she resigned.
Thi wedding was o( a most quiet nIa-
utre, only the imunmdiate tfmiily being
I To:Mr, and Mrs. Dale The Skun, with
other friends, extends congratutlations.
and best wishes for a loug and happy
married life.
1i 0 BALfrn: (. ':* tO ON iUKN.

Sparks from Patina Fngino Seta Fire
to Staple.
.ait<] on,. tri. Ai t 14.- -O ',r 15
bales of (1'oion % o' liniin.'11od 1n(t sorei'
I do li tih depot platfornt of tbh Ot Utor
gia ralitfd thlii0 atrtitt (xoo. At oeMo
ti.,' onf .ac('mnt. of't.hft hlgfh '|ilt:l,
the; depot was thiratolied. hut by hard
work' hin which the people ontt the ptp
triin on the Georgia railroad aslsist
ed by furnilsbing water from the en.
gino, the fire a 8 extinguishl he.
foro it emili reach their depot.,
OnO ihliosand bales of cotton were
sold hero Friday, totit of It being t0h0
property of .J. W. VordIn, the large,
eat cotton. buyer t thils sect Ion, had,
It waA being hauiledi to the depot for,
shipinmilt when the fire broke ou t.
Tho cause of the flr~e is iunlown,n
but It Is thought It caught from a
spark from a Daisling engine. The
cotton was lasured.
Children's Coughs and Colds.
Mrs.' Jo McGrath, 327 E slt at.,.Hut-
hlinaol, Kan., writes: "I have givela
BsIlli4's fIoreihound Syrup to my chil.
dren for cooghli nd eolild for the past
four years, and find it the best nedli-
cine ever used. Unlike many enough
syrups, it contains noopium, hut, will
soothe ai o heal any disease of the
throat or lungs quitker than any other.
remedy. 25c,50, cind- $1 at Johnson

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys,
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passeI through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your-
l blood purfiers, they fit.
Sout out the wto or
Impuritles In lth:e blood.
If they are sick or out
t o(irdir,.they fallto do
Their work,:.
Paint, lachea and rheut-
J ntiit:1.m comefromex-
Sceassof uric acid iri the
Sbloubl d, due to ngiei
k ey trouble ,cusert quilck 'or Onsleady
heart beats, nhd maioes orte feel a, though
they had heart tro,uble, because the heart Ils
over-working In pumping thick, kIdney'
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be consldered that only urInary
troubles were to. be trace to the kidneys,.
but now moderti scletce tirovesa hat. nearly
all cohtilitltohal dt seO hve their begn-
ning in kidney toiMO.hI0 a b ",
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by fIrst dotoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary (efect of Dr. Kilmer'i
Swamp-Root, thi gtit kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the .high~st for It#
wonderful cures of the mnost distr.sing'ocase
ai d Is soldon Its mertts
by all druggistsain fifty-

.out If you hov* kidney or .bl4der trotibl
&k Go, Btnhmtoant. Y.... :
Don't mlk wny mlstake, but renbit.
be.r tenatteStiiwR p oo Jlr Kil


Im 1'' ,g eurrd at Ahe Univemitj
of Vienna Friday sbtwen, tho, Zctl
aa C:Ir aia atntirds
Wilt htrciclt.an, .Ot, hanged' at
141ix 1,elsvlle fb for the tndor of

'li l:o yotg.O ml are lodged In liii
at ifo6m', ehavrged with l, o .wing open
an l r ,il ti he ~f li 'a tt a nt t an

'eCatp inipennlfii;, oCotedtrate .'Veter,
at t f.' Coibi (.li a. panedt'. rohifi
*tionas pti~tetatlng galtnst .wprts ol
*5 Merltatl day, "
Appropriathon of (t. O00i oo for At.
lanta'a new tiottUfice Il itvirtahly re,
tnortl by tll t enate ('t c ti i(tee on
pIublic' huniildings,,
A. P. l)aly, of Vrlghtavillln O., Ia
aipl utie-d hy inovor nor 'tw i ol t jlld ltiut
of the inihlioe circuit. to ei''ce'd ,Ildg
levlei'lty 1) vaanS .
Thlt official form of Ot hballot for
state p rimnry of (h torgta l tconpleted
and will he stent at onec tlt all ehutlr.
intn oof tli coointy coltiiittees.
Mississippi ions t of reltroentaitlvpi
painA ai bill attheorlatng tihe issue f a
half a million dollar In bonds, to
run for a ptrlod of 30 yark and draw,
Ing 3%,( per cent ittttrctt.

Telegraph operators who handle the
Southern xtretimot latter ht stations
along the., Norfolk and Western rail.
way will Ro 'on a strike lbtctise xi.*
press people deolhie to signa 'scale,
Reque.sts tre reaching the (geor!iti
state houSt oflfcer.s tor aito-estuent liin
the primutry lectlo ifrom vairrlotis
otiitles itn disregard actiot of the ltate co.minittee.
So Sweet and Pleasing in Taioel
Mr,. Peterson, 6 Lake. at,. T,-.
pka, Kan., spieakinlg of Biallhrtd's
nloreihondml ;Syrul, afty "It has
never failed to give entire satisfaction,
and of all enough retnedioe It is- y fit-
vorite, anud I mosat oonfeos td my inniy
frinda that it will do, aIul has doat,
what is tlaiirled for it-.-to spoiedily cu ro
It oough or cold ;tnd It rI is sw'Atit aiid
s0 pleasing. (n tastel," .2fte, hOr anid $1
hottles at Joihnutn llros.'

Tuesday, March 15,
The (('eleirated Minld
Rlealderi and l IyiotM

Pol EALI...

SOLonoN !O E
C( an li ail 'Yolr Thoughts, ant tilt
tnPi 1nfy oi00 bi t i roti nsifr iii towin
liiild-foldd, Witlioulit itnlitaneeof orIttfi)y
ki nl wnatsr(tmver.
Will HIMl a givoi rlilr t.oe idtlte by A
eoquMnittitt of tItiiwn nlkig i or in ll bltid.,*ldod (iv r I he nlaum route
fouowid by ih', n ntt, i ,
Will Hypotize Young lady
Or i.tni i lI rn t( l i 5 h.' i i'1 tV.
firtelO th ic. itrlie 'n i(i' li i tu ri ixI .

A VFRE ,AXI111111ION of i'rofe(sor
Fokegt: m'irvi'lou>s iia,l Reading a4id
Hylmi ti0 Power will It* gIven tItaf the
p(stoff,!t at n'eloihk it the i'fternoosn
precediti! tle ti rffmiusne..
Ticr t 1 on 8ale at Mi ller & Avrt'

lit AlI t ,
Furniture, Stoves. Clocks,
S, ,.Trunks,. Etc....
O itei I II.' s' O i* *i,` .!
t(Op'e9te ti; ipf oCtaOO or ,
5s Easj Var rift, ',
ff .tl REW 800I0S

RI~~ R~ c~ OouRThIY,

~1$R~IIA$I?(B~ -

$xeLtt0 VB'

~fl W~~E

I ~trouble, 'V~rka pert

ali .hi t d, pmt
Nh^iit.iii.. :.

fd s9trry fort mof
inttin maod laterr.
tQ tle *, : of:th 1. -'.

For Sale by Johnmon. BrS., ~ 8ile

Take The AtlanticCost Line


itt lot t f I Moin \lll.to 1 0. t upon.,or
or v l\\l ovil i i 8tsl i p a ad
JJiitlll ~ Jttloktseonrls.ue ".vllle V i : ir U.Moitis0ierM

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed SeIosL
Time Table Iri ttelf t February 7, 1 "
Part For UAINENV ILLht A F O ro :nm
1i :Iit tHigh tprl igs and Inter*., 8 il :
lily I ,ii ,. -lt-oliitl -':,-. -
i:6tp Ii . ...... ,ela,l eohibtrg and Tampai, ald 1, :: in
haity i h tter dlitatBePohntsi n.
i i t, Palatka, Daytona, J"aj lsonvIlli, r1 A
Aily i *i .North, ast an' West 0t
2 i6a !6 it 1 High Sprhgt, Wtayerps,avtnahIrntw(ok 1 a lit,
Dally. ': Atlbaiy. Atlatwa. a l il inta or.thh,.at et

,I. ly [ pti -Roohle, Ml ca.i tianoy ,aid Oitt .a
V Dli fyh pr.tiI"

ttoi1ng W"1 't Nort t t.rl .vl Chlltt I al Wlorlida L'imtted, o I4
vestibul trriti o(l Piilian l eeing, Ihm pt urvas nio Lbrary plting D Oiah l n
('oiCtwho l, tetwoen aSt A titit ie itId Ih it 1iO. n t)tly one n uighi ut. '
Irtmv i t: Augustit ii? ..... .. (I' t y .. .. ... a, +I
Leave .1 ksoivilho. ...... A, L' I,.itIt i

leavi' toM' in .... .. ,... Cet nf Ia. Il ..... . p( i

Arrive t it, ..'i llml i
heavi' ta nta .. .., ...:,' ; A t i ,, t.. ....... ., .. . aiti K' !
A rrivo C tlat a . . . ..... . '
,eiav (hliatitiu ogt....... .. N ., Q StiL .. t .." .A
Arriv e ,W N anhvill l e ..... ....... ...' ,I. .t, ,.
leave Nanh llllti, I. & N. I It . S: r a '1 ;s .
Ar ive Evrnnvilllo '
Iart laNv.I.l.e i'W; N i{a
A rrive 8t. i. itms
Atiu ve' vi ansvill 1, , j t 1. ....... ... .. .
Arriv rr To lUti . .. i t .'
Le ave Terre Iiute C, tIt l ; 1 It t 11 a
Arrivt (iitihgo 1 4:0 p I a
i i m tri in tl thot ii lda'ild l of po iretiili in ilt 00'i iiK urvit0 0, 'll' iti' ii
resrrvt tiotins iidl othllr itifornm tion l pply to 't'ltikttAji tt t10, K1 (, Ily;, t. A ,,
uiist i', or Aotrt, tl (toal t la ilito oflo, "u! W Ilysvlet, atksonivillo, 'ia.
Iiterohangehible Mileaige tickets, good over 8,(XX) nilles of sailing the prfiM
lftpt... ..i-y t the :out1 t rn ttti, t atr o Nle by the t tiPrlnolp0 agetts,
'Throgitg li'ulliatt l,er Port t TtI'lpa t i New York, via Atlanrl Vttan
lie alsot via Atlantic (naist IAno atd l )uthntr Rt alway.
For omiplitot if(nltlatloti, call (i
J. A. IOODWIN, Tlcket A0gnt, U.ltnitll,
rankK, H()OYLMHTON, ('om* Ag., W4 ).D STARK Trn Ii4 .
It W. Iay st; Astor fil hiltd laek i lehII 6, "l A, ,
11 M.. Mt10I N,Travf, !igr. W. ": 'ORA*iOn, Pa ss', A .&,
Wltinlgtonl, N. t)., 0 Wilmntl.nt, O. O r *

-WORMS! -".... 17 ,1.''

{ .... l'" or l y o n ..... 'n T h ri'1 tfle
6. 8 M.E. .. HM .0. ;':.

s1aier0 am0d 34 obb s :
Staple ondn Fns Broisri.i,

ol sli, aD o%
liiid' ,'Rotti, -eJ t^ ^ iWe th *

9 H Iahst. Qk#t.(rltt pa fat.rhth(ak o

"ioS i ox 0gP osror wr I Ift g g g UUaasvbIeWvi a,,a rasU UT
0 0 1i POPtMarytl0 tKou. They
opt', KIIwv recre that no'bport on atureflProvideits :s Ow'n Romedtst, Wblohb t
I ,Y'. a utt verywhrbdoo b o ty 0 J lO ousny e I tSbe., Pi rpe nd iiess.
0E T AtLBUk I 23,EditorM n0 o4t a-d,0"001 ,Ate Idbu d indefraydIr th

...... a hth of the ticet' to be Yd.e '- the a$ o able ftt before b .eglnrin the Prudes, the arO a uaturlA
ltx stero t.et plaeamas, de Fcst e -aehIe. ofholed whin1 allto.t nf oradad se os t P N A e n t the fp
-a D s r s e"#4u0 !he dht hhhst tatehaand o me s ti e. e laio nl f mot ta toool a l fa r ut a n cd no e pdr. t hem s elteso
._Mo.ds,. 4el.vete4 by c _, sypte o a I lt hisve'lent und ond PU E contain They reguate the Llvesr a wt 8
iii estled to ay part f~ he tt~lac. .,Phe ropayig tio es Jo seph s of S di U absaol tie princIdle t hich act ac ri cleansd the Sd stem bl P
tagte, tr w.ayettriU9 s ue si mo lvet b the stomach and bowets, the Blood, Cure ta te Bowel Tno -I3
al.* i*to. m tadveh v99 f'1 f lt h t ting county hoand taes gfote o dpnlaint which is undoubtedly W d pn the StomachBloated oB
..... ,, r, d n .s thou. heed no b no le tio ha e tate n theo cause of eteths of the Foul Mouth eadatche, In -igqs ..
S ea ;in posit< in 1olo < ot c pxa O 0eto ss c The bhe a a i ?e t h athiait al*la ca1didae a dy uepala, i udigestion, bitiousn oss,etc., Pimples and Dizziness.

on* atplkelowI009tth .w.fe, ofevelvet beans. Biut there personal and o relations t g dieaes, r b pat ent d, 04it e on fW m ap pro th GAI O'- o
'te i w un an e -pp, found obe objeto to this rely rPrei4e t Joseph Fa abit ly dre ythe jPtRo un e thedweatER, tad at ebole ,

c r: rv M o vIth s ro ors cf, Ithe have to d w the q stioln wheh o th odn laxative ad cathart be much smaller than they are no.
an IS *urs48 .W4, ..ever.- o w anex- that a eedS oot a i entitled to a seatin th Catiornia Prune Wafers. You cnn eat what you. lease if
news of4 to wede local, state ai d se n were a fruitful oie of insects tha otet Yar not a patot medicine in tolloweach meal with aC IFO
o t'tnd "dr. of eTs bet Yiestthir orage r and in o'o ol b anaey d of the wordbe ins g P-UN WAFER, which quickly
,v tn wi S nd otge r eoe ut, o thers tgo ol. an*. ui o'rd h w.prom fresh California solves the most indigestible food tt4 .a
v year-thn tl a vae toe. s,0et and sl ow ht iersteao1 HoW ndo e.h8 Lrights depend on the .con. Prunes, which every Intelligent person helps to carry it through aNj out of th.
All averting bills becoe. due after a du t or opinions of mat ith. Yong or how truly nature's laxative, system in a gentle an healthful m
S' auvpMBrsn~o of vertl e.wetaet e r tuaootberwie in ,'iwn g e 't a orded. Tylor? ris tis investigation all for ompoundd n a highly con- or nausea. 100 Wafers for 25P ..
" *Uputhroe idertr et.Ufinot wt pro^otloo idrawhng theOlnseot8 from thegrafcation t morbid ud o. ", oopnd fr fv hvgy 0on to
NO:: 5 u ilbe w terequtrea to av fot" r0 o edrtlnt0 i0na the tr e to feed on the c ul t rtf p dthe l ut
t'*i;voc.AinB<.vra onaTtheretwaseanotde'60 toinr41ledtl riosy FRUIT I1 NATURE'S LAXATIVE
v de ay t iorod workersreeivedtwicethe wages un-t
plleatiou11' ''1'" *'. OA-itswvcr.s,1'%. -." a irordud sthe uerlr Teft says that tobacco lifo n P r n e o W f e rs1F '
"JapaneSe volunteers write thei r p kon row th tire's vigone rtio rofth eat he d no . ... S11 -, ",I .
iptoni bod; ThBat's the way thetne^edd amonpiaa for"theh soiladdrStpaishrule that theea o. Iio Ca I
play actors do on the opera boole fe r the orange trees. As a stohk food a ies of the. eessre A lMurlf life DIseOlvnAt and Cure for
On .totbhave increased three-fold tinderA er- N
ht.go. ... they easily too-- the lad and havet:a a rule.: his is "benevolent ast i
WhverDoctor Goneral Wood ismtained t both toattlwe and hogs. latl. I I, iOn W h S
thinks his nolmination is e oming up for th. tlle m. raii oe ,tit Q-.. .a bau ne s' -a d ALL BOWEL T OUBLES
cnsIderatin hme cables that i he hIf Orop ,n p.or soil and he imMoveotten remerFaven,, cermanya Marc Fir letter then ipI or Pur"e. iandio WAFERSI 2b 80,1

.te. at --~ to icl es hveer' ,onierr.sn ea oon the o & ,Druggists, 106 W.Main st, Gainesvile,
It it stated with authority that it has bee ooMsttnea hit one an Lloyd steamer Koenig Albert. oan....
S -resident aosevelt adoes nottcare who icre of velvet, bans if gthe d and his ltrival at Vigo, Spalaihe" whil be ,an ,a"
tle e th path o for Fee-pres eunsto, s stall fed 11 the cattle aftCr blfnig tet by ahe lIng of Spain.
of.0rk '.Og'll nraltfavors es i i J'CO RR CTLY WRITTEN, 01,1CIIES, :
1 surke Cochran favors a military tewo;oli; firstoth .t the sharp Ptiangu- Y Otr h" cobesT LI PLICY (o,& atet-IF
minee for the Demoots: Admral ar edges id ot cture the inV- Will b roi d to its trnl dut onamde IinEoT POa CY CONTmeTS
0o P0trOM PAEu LGenklralyso cn or nes, t'S cT
tee, Wheler, or Bb e ll-all of' th t to be dthe eas with reeves fattened on constipation be cured if. you takew
ill the:^^^e co.. ver tin mportant points slid ree 1
Io -oratsd anheeu:nounr seed Againe w e OC Pillo on et a s l esar of yousia tn t ess, ti od :
,.The Republican ron.veutitn at tJorP ground ard the fat p"oduing proper got s all d ugg tst 25 Centi g
:f.:o .? : turned down thue negrodei' ties morraiy asmniiatdtia:n- I dulit ri d til lll to
-gates 7 a1adoptdn the .Polhty a Mthe wY fed e v.ent after n h sidso, aked.in ( iMAYo' PROC .AMATiON. rl_ ,
Sl }ilts, Tile negroes angrtil ly .-ro water to soften the hulls and h see. --...---
ta ted and i thdrv.0.s.. , But in etal ri tie e ith wa found to Under thep provisions of antordinance --Al gthfents for the----
protiI 'u .' ;'lake so nludh time to attend to stall a Ih tllu. Ordinance. top rrovte for
.---.................... Wles h Jolo in. ..d .attli)..hat. i e o i na o o..... tk0 h time whether tr o, T7 Jl t^ P 1whe h -*r '
suit'g it farce, three a months l atgo esti- to turn tihecdttio into thie Vh out'b n oe o anatl t io n tdr6 l an esd a S and'nd L ok mu
U: imated at,:.1, ha s, bee d uued by Iitd andhlreLt w fo und that evtn is' Flo Cino in. ai, eO .io.
hhim to 10. K 'i'l i 'Is what might be inthi, way .,me acu'o of hna n.would, ity (aunel if itid y brua 8th, b Rib L I he V o 5 t hi t e lnitde, n i colic .*-
oalled "outing down" thie o stimnatas, ftte tt e lirtrht of e httle.' ThBIUet A D 1a 4, n approved by e as "Victor the purc best safe made, and parties coi'n |th- l,
SN, d hogs were turned int t the bean Tield A. ncol0(, an election Fiherubycallled from a box to a bank valt, will save mAtIev
S Senator |lal of Maile texhbl)its actd sovetal logs would bo fattened 'to be hold itthe toruitct Bloak; oI by ciult'itg 'its. Call on oraddress,
iuel fratikness n suomo qnthusiag.it fronm the b tan thitt had boen trodden Easta Main street, sonth, in t City of
''n :aying that ho wishes there was hto the ground by the cattle whilh A Diis 'il, e:li the IS.icdayf Ma 'Iit.
S IiOnic way il whih we omid get riu of tIooddthm. .itig t t he citizts of said city, qiali Information cheerfully furnished. (AINESVI1. F11 i 'c
the Phitlipph p islands--that ti(hey are a T beef thius made was found tLobe idto vote in i said oc'.ttioui, the \ I o "
i"pNolth's h|rdinto i arry. Seretary of thi lintstqu(lity, hut the pork was t tnd ry cTft h said th Ot. in sih stron ftvor: The ioc the amount of twenty thousand ..
l)no hiiit intetil of behlug rd like coin-fed pork, ($:0,000(X .00) dollar. ...
Ssof the iunsrt wlrtt t and lhhess irt of ''Ieah fllowin peron ar' hereby ap-i'Sp n r
W.cf olgrentitmatotuecry. th wtin tof t cturo nd o iut ro so w ll lut l',, io n sectors an
: ie Conet'l h wht dh l ''t iatli, rccites for inmedite use in swo awl Jui y, I Jordat, E. effords, W, W.
s oni poetry whicn h h Li, olrc ,er cleouiltooki.g''Ind palatable oo ra, as hoeetcirs and B. F.":lh p Air i ine Rail w ay
; once .greeted hin with, i> pnm plt, o p hr'I woro extensive growing of these tori ts clerk,.
w. hen B tt i'r0 ilitote : hit.e .ilouse. uolot bCans is bound to add greatly to Witness my huaid and the sealof said
MrSperry. Country. it hoild il aly p o ar l Attest
Senator T Itid beyond the grasping greed of 'J.M. Dtea,, City Chrk. Savannah, Colum bia CarodetnA Souther
'il Se o eIr estic lis that t bwety th eo.-eat trusts of .the 'North anud l is ...a"
gotoo the lobbylfo" whp pittiheoPans- o Pines, Raleigh, Pich mo nd, WashI -

Thesmall l circoungbt they moillbe o wred

wit a suppose that. '. v1rythil a. .u sounds wlt it Itt tl ii.ash of arms "
i e ra ternr 0eli and S abtor esthatltre lhts
dropqsen''rrtit ndthe Cul.grCssErutgor-'Geaa"

"e" '').""ir't inte-f Seabob" ".T: ard Flor ida Li--ited.
O till t i pt ro) ,-, *ih o M arah ''F.ir...11..0 10.... ...................... .

,oliubit" ctula be legally pid to th ed bout frauds Right
n btlc, of ilaanotta without., fo Why shttd 'm,~lf swaiv,,., y? 'ehe g fraus if SeaboardN EMS
law att tobe kteoe the "n w .... MENA Do...MEN
l ithe t o8 tptroi.er kicks, h A l.w. .. . .... ...
p atie d it b e fo re lt | a ''ti ;,t v V in- .donst rit e 0 ?n.*a0 1 1 0* 's c : f r 0.1.*
Pes "id et ...." .......... ....... S e a b o a r d M a i l
oan .blo pelt1 .... u,, c,,f gt'.r,, Io d.. "i.":M ENAi NW.* :4t '"Ik, ,

.s. r.M 'ate ', h o, Irauk t ,' h y mtoakes Ocatl that he r .,, "0 '0 t" "XI, r .
L v. Hl o rn. ho ut c w i ..tv t . it aof 'iPh {artn u thn na t six he firm caf t ,. 'i*, v a s oc ..
Taee suns up tur 'thurl << o.4 ilof g business 'ithe t flue ,dtI D ERNP ULLMANEQ UIPMENTA

s'~' diet itd i ln ht ittste we saf tv e 115 wo o.11-
loIem roit oleia lacofyurbuies
rondw on

. .. .... .... .... a
aneiher eaBtmlph.,i' o.f stergrnatiqnal lit' .o. 01 UN .i NDRo c 10.". -, 11-IDA L..T. [ ED j
lyic law,. Yet we have boast, 'ha- $ .r ..e... ..e4 ever, re <,se t, f ue an, comipo ed exclusively of Pul a ve.t I.
-ar 'iiBt e a. otityr trbber ,.tti ts use of lhahl's'Caturrh (lure. ..nt: Dining," (olllipt~art n tt. Pia,'n ingrt(,1 S
ti ,th ailn theha, d Obervation Ctrs dr"tl lid ..t. a u.d.,per 4
I t o tw." ," .;-o oIn.t'lfi n e ,
41kite New .V A....t..
.. o s -- R i lon r, tic t h. du y o A ugustine 1 :4 1 p. 1i., anl d ack1' -onv110 i 1 :h w.
stiactr wi thdraw.isI fIn U I p s.....h.s .8-tu o.. f r t
Kvt tho" a pst iom.ansilocan I, A W.I$ -(tItI I
r wtl t a l l 's i t n t N o t a rya0ar c 'o l i e n a Vn O r t
$st ~ ltraihte wimuc a h dur stl eit in tr s.h h P $Im Sieper from "Jcksonvi'le t N .
e sPoo010thteiwtak ie s I ai Sta$t tistae n ti
I to, r a r it o as tuoei s ioye 94 taed44..t'. f th*-'iyi I t! iRaft e"a

^tH WNa

'.".'" ''' .. ...., .
J the ili t hle ebti otituate 0 ore
a:gAN F 4 p 'f *. ttht hilf fo( the Qr f ds ian t
',E 'E'''''' d approxitamte'tly ithr ouiths'of. thtii
IROSL wed by the Gainelvillb suh.4istriot.
says that iet w till' f r eeonoy
Snd ret renhminlt" 'which beii.g 'in-
ty,, 6 :S $Heis o the terpretedu men.s thatt .if he l' pleted
l for Sletiitendernta and ueeeds in arrlling 9uL his pulhoy
... we will have only fbur 1titouth1i school
per leat during his ad ittit'ratiop.
LAUOGH A:T ANNOU'NOGEMENMT But idehtron p itloial ntters, for
Would. Not 'nOw Whiat to Do in he ~ay8: "t will 'vsi(t all thel lsehol as
Stchooirori~n--Claims the Doctr often as the law requires #nd, as mc i
oTfor Term more as my duties Wl1 allow)4
i :is Riponsle.1; oLesI,
of "hol. : ... Granted L-bdut what wil h ldo 0 hon1 h1eP
S" co gets in the 60hool room? What hi tlhe
S .Editor" Sun In these times wtfen name of common asese would Dr. Kel-
the political pot is boiling so furiously ley know about tho management of ai
d dlld sorts of thirigs are coming to school and the various pedagogiwial
i the top, we try to maintain a philo- points with which a muperinteiideit,
sophical bearing and not allow our- ought to be familiar, and what; teach-
pelves to be surprised at anything er can be benefitted by a visit from ait
which makes its appearance. We man who for years has been engaged
watched the announcements of the va- only inl saw luilling
yious candidate as they appeared, one Last of all, he drops hli bold, coil-.
by one, and experienceed feelings vary- dent style and falls into thim atve
ingall the way from pride to pity. pleading of the slouch-lat politician,
We mad up our mind not to say a enttcrtainliing s with a gnlooy recital
word if Pete Oliver announced for of hiis nisfortiunes and calling upon us
governor, and determined to support to assist himi in schooling his ehildtiei
3Toqn Alex if he should decide to run in tho Oity High School whilewe must
for Congress, but the equilibriinm we patronize the ooukntry school. The re-
had preserved throughout was severe- ply of the thinkiKg peopll.e of the coun-
ly.stAggered when we read the ail- ty will be, "Not that wo love 1)r. Kel-
eouincemint of J, L. Kelley for Super- hy. .ind hischlldren less, but oir clfil-
intendent of Public. Instruction of drein more."' Ei sT l'i t.
l Alachao ounty. Of alltLe menI il thie-
ootlnty who should have the nerve I Humanity't Weak Spot.
ask f.ortha otflice stthe l eads of the There a re more deal a directly ittIt
pe oplo, we would have believed him to to. weak lungs than to all other dis-
,''' I i.bethlast!. At first we were inolinre eases combined,. 'Thy are hultmaiuity'
t: U' q t live thia. lie was joking, and ac- Weak spot-the breeding plaeo of etln-
e rdiugly laughed at it, as we sup- sthiption. Whin th slightest oylip-
: posed wai intended for us to do, for as tom of trouble .i felt lin tho lutgs you
a joke ii dildpretty well, appealing to should betkinf thl use of l)r. lhlsehee's
S s aals being about the best of the sea- 0ornin Siyrup ite on. it it milade es.
S!8 an, td ildeed,' the most strikingly petially to oiiothe, hal alid strI-'ngtheI
S fuhny thing we had heard of in the the Iings, throat and bronchial tubes,
n paigl. Geritnin Syrup is i n)veris ailing rvini-
SBut when there appeared above his edy(for consumption, Trial bottle.
*I n tiar letter addressed to 25e. Big bottle, 75e, At ,IhIhit onilaltrot',
: Demoeratio Voters of Alachua
Si Ooty,' and printed in most, if not At the Baptist Church,.
; il of thl papers in th county, and it lev M. A. Jiit. pritltdeld an ii.
finally dawned upon us thl.t lie really teregOiiigsermon to it to i i II.I Igri1g.i -
had serious intentions of trying to se- tion at thle First liaptisil' ('t rc-li SIml
!ure the office, our feeljnigs Olanged- dtiy inur iiiig on "Tho llrawitig l'tnw'r
irn anlisement to soinothling else of the gospel Mr, 'loi) ,itatk fr.
lehih we shall not try to describe his texit le -tw(I ty-si vir or Oi. U
-' er,;for it would not look well in twelfth.ll hiaater of Joulhn, 'Aml I if I
hott le Lir(ld Up, Will Draw All Men
li to a y in the ouitset .rlto Myself." n r. ( Il( ti8A 1 is Jll t lrlil-
St we ae nlot wri ti Ig this froinm iany est iiit restinI,.nd pleading peli'aker,
personal l motive, for as a milari itl pri- avid lievir f-rils Io con1 Ltmid thl i
vate life we lhavt iaiugiliutbut tIhe kind- 'l Iosest atten t l ii f hia htilrr" Ile
S liest feeling for Dr, Kelley, but when voiild nmake ti (1 xcI't i puttl r l'r
he asks for the otlice of Comity Super. the i( 1 irc.la if he e ah ha'ili i,' tlu 'll d II
initendeil of l'iblie Inlstr'iCtioii at. the aettept an all,
hands of ttie people, and conhlis rut
tipon.a platform at once so alluding A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away,
and misleading as thei one which he Mr. W, W\, llakr r of Pl'nlavii,,
has Set forth in his letter, we fI'el N(h writes: ''My wift' hi 'll 11)f.
called upon to take iup our p( in de(- trmiluh, for iwvt- fiftiemn yn'rar. W,
fen1se of the utinitiitted tll and thoso who tri,'d it niilnber of dwa'tor, r iil 41d tpe
may not yet havo learlied that "all is (rver ait. i il dtollrsr withmt(, any
not gold that glittery ," ald, "th ings relief. he4. was vetry wliw nnd I hir i ,1
arei not what they seen, hope, when a friend t.iiggli'ld t ryin!
in' the first place, Dr, Kelley now i'(lttey's loney and Tir, w11 .wh I did
S holds the ofice of mineinbr of theI a1d1 tlhiiks bs tohA t.hi, gritat r, itd.y, t
school board froni Dimtrict No, 3, a di- salved hir life. Slit is 4troungr iand 'i>.
triet extending from (ainesvill tlI the j 1)(4 hl ft' r .hvl ninth tha 'n g1wi tr:i m,':!
Suwanee river. "l was app.litedito known in tai y 'ar.6 V' li'h imvI v
i 'd this oiacoe without a petit on from, tih' e wit l'l)iy' 1"< th ull 'a r n4
.. people, notwithstanding the fact. that Wroitld ask t1inlit', 1t41110 d tiry 41:"
i l .resides in Ulaineville and thltt a i41ldaby .) WAV .M 'i.( in 1 A (:,4 1
strongg petition was sent Ip) for a mal
S in the West .End Hi actions on th1 'Mada,a lt ,aSa i (l" ,uopeo
board ilnet his appointment are mat- 1^ to mhl li.n h
i.tersof reordd-ahd.th( motives whicl> 4i'ae I .'.iiI ittr a or m e)r( toutl
l" directedthen are inattitersofcojeclt re. i a i pa1 of Aoiifertea,.

known to "rchtuire diktisiion hIIere. to .- ., ., V 't
The resultf the adtiln, anArtoo sol.
Oibli fe.ltof all, ia the four' months i itptS.(Mi' o .atO~.td h Rlliiti
t'r m ofr.school. T'h doctor do no t te '-,10
h.lsitate to accept the responsibility
fur this action, but where wI ntults
the intelligence, of the people ofth
county is by trying to make it appear
to be for ,the beest interesttf h citil
ty. We would, be ready 'to draw t hl'e
mIsantle of charity over h aim sioons if
lihe wo id resentthe right sirtiti, ut' i "
witl nbe atteuiptS to make error al''
f l aatue aiid, .yth i>anedm A '-
diiWn the already' short t: rti of .Chio'.1 t. A llII
lia lcvegs only eighty days of schl f
iIt I hie Ohldre lef *At-eomnty''whti'
with the hthet ie hake l the hand *. a '16
:*the; ...... ,.,,:.N YEW YOR K
srho^'lrttia e s*i," str 4 ti V 23d w h' n :4' i
TOO,? 1 404, a slu'm h hr 4 -tt LIST

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e, n Sald of This Work.'
0 IV .10 101ov l'N0 T Ut pi t010 T h!
storles,'wh i 1a.pperat 1 the T b.
ornacle 'this'a, OVgt1iing, the press<
throughout cory speak i t t ,~, In S Natur as iIed at tpi al ed to
highst tefrns as thte tllowi wdh e' reqoirc eot of t a it debiite,
ate o6L;ly a f6w lat gi) hindri'ds, will tut wnvIil oidl tlQ iiotn. i 01tnstWingeI a t I teal als 4r
slhow: dr ;.-b.hut ,is a plemlt yvekethable are-aakttls.QI You can Aind a ( a '
'"Thle pettir5. ern tee aXOlllolt. "thet r l Adyfor tomnil up'thAcierves antid tringig trvT ti tf'i, te lee
llhWure, forcb ,,ad ett rthaiintng ... . r 'With work orWorya
.liltianapolts'I til ts '-t it I ',;as tIhe i0,l
or tlthree nights the aodipiel s. ti tt 1r t o gIm nft 'c..nthe",n t8 to .
grew in nOniberl aid il itters(, They yavtem, ntid itl good ?f- sh1 *ATito pf'' 'iiAatU' ta4 w40.riWft 't ttM a
iwerietvonllgo ftp tllh tua'1otbvhetik tfell t nA8 atu o ot fote tourt o t rtuly, t
and religious piroi.tt. 'ai loi, tIro is a the first d'(ow it tad Oate mtollo. I' ItJon tt,
work of art--ihtnple, il'ettiv<--i -I protiitlvy iui a.sotl -ctt ltl pepsiI, tildigesti nt d n il stomatel trouliTe,,
innoui d ait leaar ul l-uit l tol' iti 1d 'dteaws.vi with tinllfolrtablo futlhlta ttht is.i" hottness of hreatt,
siun ald t addrt.howsAilIs and4 dli/'.n iiz nles i hnt1 to oftt'ti Com tifter (attig0
suited to the tile, tliei w o' i i r nu u-lit t j4 (ic I ng '. "
stlod to tle I lien' ilal ur sui S. S. is uot Oill th11 best Lanie hut i t.,scssea 'aiteratile aor. p 1tttrif
ist PrlL0. 1 111. h ). D_, i h tllt-t 'prop rt Mid, id if thet i airt y italntIt. 1 ''- or nMi iii thet 14,0 .i '. i .t
First lPrshytersn Chu n url, IDub uo, scanrhe it out, 1d ti i'n r v It. Msani titw it low'state$oI (li:ith is dut
ll ow t tO n ldcnriliol utO f tlh llood nd(Ilt iollil w i l 'e iitledi by' a lod i pt little
M' rs. KathariinTi lri "-sltwden is a and tonic ctrlihin'l, (or ttech (i rtit'tdV. 1 1 8 S .
highly titorlailiiig lecurr a nd a1 v i If you t :ilI ; t 1i frotit dt'hlitt it. i lO tti4, tli4trvto4w Si l s4 of appetit ,i
tim liswiteiIr all the. 1 '* n nnljloyt lL 'on ha1bd b edig'sltoiu>t, ar ian of thle a~tniptno l' of 'th ,lt ad blodwt othl li wi .
iS ed "-S( pr1iiig ltg d (lil I l lg r so sor' SO ( utI yo r blood i(t )tx)od coiditi))n, itmtvii g Ioritat iltt tone tip thee
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We a "im kp and
ompleto AtOfck o
Gentliiemen's, Boys' anid
Children's Clothing, Shoes and
S Furnishing Goods.



Our stock of DRESS GOODS is ready for your inspection '
..And w extendto you a cordial invitation to call on us and
inspect our stock before buying. We fe sure that in our
large stockQyou will fd something sulty d e kno
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We Always arry a Complet&-Line of the Following Goods:








T Wo i'titid fa
l Talt on Qolition of Jpn.
it f Sevt a ,n Lectures Doilivered
In insQ v lfe*T.hla TYar, It Was one
ltbs Daepalst and Moqt impressive.

Wetrow ong the motnst I tWresting., o-
,y .Of thie entire serhia, uotwithsatynd-
t(n that the ehutstituquai now nteartig
a- Olpeai 0dth greater part of the ii-
toe .retld toubjec ts have been prese tl.d,
Thore was ndo rvtiro iti the mornling,
i r.3 J. 0, Browrn, th Od eminent tl eilu
s ohdlar atd teacher, lhas worked hard
Sad earnestly for the pa.t livo weeks,
Delivering lectures, hece It was
iuoded to ivo linit a ruest $munday
Morning, tiispecillly mside services ware
I- lid 4t the various chlrihes through.
The ilrst sorvilo in, the Taberntacl1
a, WiS in the filtt.runoo, begihtiing at
80.. < tokThis0s1rvic0 1 t oend with
,.sarodV01 vocat musoic bIi,,'of. (1!ivot Ar-
o- lhaatold d M ati ,n. 'Thi' f'Iaturt
was followed by anla bie address by l)r
u i. aiston. th" *ubiedMf wfhic
a re'sent- oniltlons In apaln,'
i"', 4tw". litading that Dr. llh:iaktone
/.i slo, dllvore*dti "veuteit' lootiro?$ in
t hlutvhi teii.s yar, it wseoda la' Ht his
*u~ppy of interesting sobjeets is :iox.-
Sat tilte, atid ithe morer w h i, tIwati4
the mOr he i appIrweiated. ,Hi talk
A the f iekado' a kingutaiaitit a i'itS pe.
cepintlrieiitl ihisl a pk:r he'l fthi
lsst atlQ t,tttetioolf his atdliowe. (or
alore th$an an hOur> in closing lAhis,
talk, whioh l ha1il4 woutiwohibtly be
l st O N th is y^1, he: ct0O k o oeaaion tlo
'ay how well hlmselt, be: wifel
,ti4 lis titter hd bil ch ptb.ased
0it0 1a .ttile t id the ales' ip
"'o :"' 'tl t 0" t, /
S0, iiftgl ,exi t l 't0 *, yer. tThey
ve al g ti a warm plae i i

S~ eo, an man.. o
pp le ii f ilu0'hisi lsei

Coo 'Waveo i.. ua,. I,,,. MAYOR'S,.PR0QLAMAr IY,
N n -Y'1, M Xit14,-A aet c .. ....
wav h, prevalent in the reptubli- of Unoer ad bYl vIrtue ofth voweo April; A.
Ouatninala, accord iln to a -Fee1.l dli- iOtilldI0e1jun er t o
patch from Pffitwa. t6eit l ao be MIA asaicity theieti dy of-prti A.
heavy mantle of snow covering 1 the 1). r t purpose electni te tollow-
inounttlinouis region 3000 feet from nIo( or~ purity, t-wit:
the summits, a eiodltlon which haq oalorlk 1t1.reasurer,
never -efore been (aen by GOatemnal. One Tars A wor,
ana, So far (.s is known. There was One TaxColledtor.
O alight earthluate in ioatemaia rrty u i to;s for tbe terr of one year and
Y until i r are elected miUiutUllefi.,
Thiutday. It caused no dainago, Tiree Aldermn ..att.h toserve orr the term
ofr two Years, .a nimll theirsuceasors- pre
Ithaca, N. Y., Hiusfew l.aw. The polll e or Itidelection ~hail be
Ithaca, N Y., March 14.-An ordi, l. ,tert thie res (if the Wire Station onEist
,h St 4Sr,, in I iM .S lIty and I)A, Robettso,
lnce. has atepo into: effect here pro- f. A. Jeffordt ind 0. C."Toiey are hereby ,-
viding for a curfew signal at 8 p hi., m l ,m e t ti.t n
It was rfil tuceasary: to y rilp)o W aIltm" l yi'naid tlim seal ofr 'Sld ity
Sn~/ril, to qI.* tt.rnpio !>i i 01ettiday o(f March, A. 1). ill0i.
the politI force ahd.l as the neLw law rIeuil Vw. tuHOMAS,
(appllp s .o I i lthts as .well as chfdrl e Atte't; i i,( Mafyor.
cO1iih. 1ha le i uli: troitblih.s OXl' t.cd!, e. ____p __,__t______ ____ ___ ___ ___ _
W 4ly llhi Cnrli1t .avri, m tanl y-l t t t "".
w:m> ma, e riiont i ow' -AM E tRIOAN
dIl iA Physician Writih.

"1 am dealrous of knowing if the pro-
fshilon can obtain Hlerbine in bulk for
irescribing purposes? It hba been aof.
great use to in .in treating eases of
dyqpeptin brought on by xcesses or
overwork, I have never known it to
fail in re otring the orgau .n itleted to
their healtihfutllattvity," .50 a bottle
at J)ohtnson Bro.,'


SU dsell your ,iety property, (ti i.
proved ad ', t.lm iupr0ved) .phosphate,.
thioklin ; and faromitfg la udus, .Send bin
a list f what you offer for sal, a l2tio
Surveyor and Motary Public.
(',tMeyasilnhg al4,'eIlty .
Ol1lce 1t Residenoe, IMl ktast Main
street N, P. 0. N.Box 814. 1.14-04

1%peati atiou to Cro aMid e lset t

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:.IZooepor'a ted.1
: E. E,. VOYLE. MG i:R .-
Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in thia
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly convtrsant with land titles.

renting a number of prominent American and English companies.
SG-a "es-v-jlle :.. : _lozida

Established I886

The Aiachl a County Abstract CoMpany

Our buins.Q1 is strictly confined to the various details incident to the own.
"rship of tand, and we have no private or personal "axe to grind" in connection
with that busiess. We make a specialty of the preparation of abstracts and
make exhaustive investigation of -titles, We represent property-owners in all
all matters pertaining, to the agesuent and payme. t of taxes ahd the rI-
demption of outstanding tdx sales. When you need prompt and reliableser.
vice in our line call on or write us. Notary publihc4oflee.
B. R. COLSON, Manager.
JAd. M. GRAH'A PreitO HYD.'ie.P t

Sapltal... ... .... ... . .$50,000 00

S8urplus8 afid Undivided Pyofits... 25,no600
te c ctiouls Of '1p lers,1 rthrtaar, a iducrect al .
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4'4ii une 1thi s head teo .,e For ourty .udg" '
sixty w vrs, w I be mpubtisied i ,"iT, DThl i hereby- anoundae mys a atndl-
lloottnsitiy in. l tihe itce.aWeIt dat6 be fore the .Democrate prnary *of
e'to6IN AlW.ANU.E Aminouiuepents Atlhisut ,0lety for .t-eoitop i as
ov~rs t> y 4)rnh:.40tiUit) 'Jtdlge. lHavhig diuha'gted bly
*,.v. ,;, ,, ,dutes forl honestt"J Ad ed i'."Arti.lly.
B te diFd 'rg''d ti
'.Forthtel "ih Wpaset, I pledge ,y1 tio t!o to ftor,
,"?A 'h; t't, .o r t1 attuc e, ", tinu, t jie i6do so in tti fut itr le; ted,
S lo.rb a iniy e 1f ..ac ani liid'i alitb very rttt for theslp-.
;l 'tefor t1egiiflatuire, subject to the port of the D ocrtila voters of the,
pro o th1e .)etunoeratie voters in h o fti tiY, I St N. :
4e o tg'lprituhry''hotion, and re'
POWne6tf 1y adliut itheW sttmifor. ' FI-rsn wt O.T 'N'
folly ii ie t10't orf!U brl<, ., -., + ,ft) 0 ,
; .. .O.BRT g. DAVIS,. laint a coduatt for C'outy Jde,
and ,beg .t saty tha6 l thlipast Iseirved
Io the Dl'mocratic voters of Alachua you faithfully, and a.k oi to thult me
ti espotixlly annouinei myself again, aseurimyg yotn that ,your confti-
: [tdidate, for .the Legislature, and denco will not be betrayed, I ask for
tt'you support I will abide by your votes, pledgin thlat I will beo
$he action of the primary. trilue ad fitihful a i n the past. Yolur
J. A;.ROSiOROUGH', truly, ., A. CAILISlE.
,01ioited by iyany friends, I an- '" For TAK Assessor.
ol6une myself a candidate for Repre- r
q native from Alachoa couityiti tlhe I e,,tfl/ly l ounc myself as a
Sst .Legisature, subject to the De aiof ltiato fuort thi ollee of Tax Assessor
o -l a-.--l-aref :teleeted, toe te ofAhl-hu- county,sabjet to theDOi '"
a4ltill anll I Ii 1athe ofl l m
'of Alachna can feel assured that oIrativ primary Having beep appoit-
"p.sah-....a-l' -.-'H -e w that. -Id to fill out the tili(xpiretl tOril of my
.the.r i our n ext Legislature, prdeaossor, I lIow ask ttiejood people
Ikeaid adfl eopefially exergislat my in. of Alachua county for their spport at
iti ha espeially th ittnentxerici tle polls. I will d11 all ilI rIy power to
laweilo or to e t now in force ill make faithful ai"d eftliuislit assessor
Ge fao which lias-done so much to lid to nnleoit pr perd t tectseot of tax
(ol lie labor problem hi that tate .ok ach succeeding ar, t esp
A.U.H1ILLEAUtY. fuly, W L W. COLS)N.
For Tax Collector.
Slhereby announce myself as it can-
d41daie for eprese thtive from Ala. Ilereby anmriouie myself i ci!iidi-
h;n O county ini the iient legislature, date for re-notiuinaion as Tax iohlee-
nbject to the action of the )emotrat- tor of Alachui county, subject to the
ipplniairy, and solioit the support of Dettmicrirttc primary. If 1 am unonl.
Py fellow citizen., Reslectfully, thIated ar,d elheted, I shall faithfully,
0. M. TILLM AN. ttconscietitioitsly .aid courteously dis.
=^-. charget) the duties iaiiumben)t ot tie
o ,tlce. 1: rc.iectf llsolielt yotirt u p,
S ourt. port in. the coming aomitvliftll,,A
4t4 4.i4 5t. /,'4 VAIU.II/I 4 p o0tfuly V W. D. DICKINXN4
(,.l~lAii1;'!ll+':d l i4t ."i' it3'^ l..+lha,l^-' rI'i., .-.... ^..., *1' .... i* 1

Wfiotd t64,1e60lhdayof .May. for
idIgour primaryle io,1 I lioielrby
Iounoe iy as 1a ciididate, for
S o'tti't Clerk of 'th' OCiroui t
ain of AIltt0 eotntyi and Bsoliei.t
lt v ilte but thAe pPrt of
f[ elected I pro ise to, performs the
ti of:thep fjice fait fully aid fullo.
lttkhe this i promise knowing tlorr
)0ilhy whajt those ties are., They
a already been 'Jparnied ,by exper-
spee ,ttn l 'uthtat all D)etoiocratti
oters mUay coruideriny appeal in mak.
rig their sel 'tio .i' espiet fully,
I respectfully atlnoutice rlnyself it
tandid.ate for Olerk, Of th C GirmCit
lOU.irt of Alachua codulity,4 sibjict to.
lie .Deimocratle, primary, and solicit'
bILupptrt.of ial )inocratsf oloct.
iitl^iLi'lriUtl4 tl['+,dutie s of the of-
,leto A beet ofr ly abilityy' Re.

For County Cornmissloner.
I take thii method of an.iotiultinrg
mypel'f a candidate. for Coounity ( Co.-
nus loiior from istttiot, No. 8i sAibjtot
t the Denmocratic primary, If elected
.l .lill e re,rv th peopIleto the bes'at of
Iny ability, ixercisrife.,iflc.ias'I earn in
spt'nid iig tilaxtpayersI' monoy.,
lawthorn, Fla., MtAcIh 8, 19W.1
The friends of Mh. IH. Slatiightr there-
by arinourule him Has a candidate for
County Ooinhii slhmitr frioi l)istriet
No. '2, to u.ecood (County ,ini i iiiiu.in.
ort Thuid 0., rylanit, who aiijuiniities
that ho will not by it a candidate for ro-
Iel ctioni. If elected M r. Shinglhtir
proulsti's a full and .faithful/ tmillinia.
ration of the atffirs ol' hjiS distriort,
anrd Baks.the support of thi lDti t'lirat-
ic voters of this tllitrict.
For Member of School Board.

llat uny, J. 'MAiY Di'L.,
Sp tt y J. ... iA. I i tj. The frei ida of (041.it J. A. King, ap-
.... .. .:prechaitig his emin til qtnalitlca tionh ,
'For Sheriff. worth and integrity, itliOutiiiolti hi ni as
h, 1 )e'i cfath l('oe of A/hue i cWleandidale for i itiilnrb of the in hool
ont.y: board from district No. .1, aiud rres-
I embrace this metilod of expressing pictffully solicit mipport ofatll 'wol doe.
warinesti tAppreiattion for li 011 sirit ani honest aid wise t xipentlr olf
6lde youil p lited in meiii 1890, and county soho0l funds
0olinuously from thii date to this, .
and sincerely trust that your nov0nl- At t.h" re ilitet of my fri mls I ani-
idence haies ptl; betn betrayed. tI Itive rtoue imyslf I ia caudlilat'4i'r relnom-
tide'avored' to the very hbert of my nation for member of the l Iionn of
liability, to do rny duty, regardless of 'niblie Iatntructiot n from district No. 1,
personRr or th ce no qulivnices to ily- afnd earnestly solicit the vote'f and in-
felf, How well I havu suHieeded f tfitmnce of all I)temocritat at theO pri-
leave to you to judge. I have been mary election. pIledgigiil iby.lf if
|Mattiouraged to bj I 'veve that mny efforts 'leted to do all thit I can forthtn ed-
Shave received the approval of. thy iciatioiial interests of tthie cointity
lieaceful, law-loVing titizein. of our J, ,L WEI,;KS.
(county; for wlicih l itilr truly thankful ,
i ant aait acaiididatl for' the ufllee lIy rlqteSt -of friends I alltonlilc,
SofShefrit.and!JliMjprac ilto yoursup- ni self candidate for rnminibcr of
'port, and pronfiiYT re.-lnortd, to ru. S.,iinxol ltardl fromiN t Dirit No, 2, If
,'me my duties unfetterd wih anty el.vted I wil) fltithfflly itnd .irunpr-
rornise to special favors, and shall on. tially,dishiiarge he. duth4w of 'tite tof
deavo in the future, its in thlp past, :to llhv to "the hestinr 'v y abiIty, I *'"
do myduty'tlhebit .tIlknow hoW. Proli- spetfuilljry iilt 1itie nippitrt Of till
sing iflete d .or ',4efnatied nt to be a lhtnoe rata 1 HA RLESO C. MA ITJN f,'
endidate for the oileo again, Itens.- 'ell, Pla' .
at.ully, .LL .W. FENNIELL,. '
,i "b t "- .For County Treanurer. .
1.~ibrtce tl method ofarnutico The friends of W,. I. Robertmolln 'iA-
A yni !f. .s a iandidat' for sheriff of this noum,,. hilm aeai'dldslto for ronotmniia.'
O uity, anid respectfully solite vt, tm for thtie o 10 of tounty.Treinu'rer,
4ortho ndmlitation tinhe county pri VOtbj(st to tfhotl Den rth primofry |
aipy, Again thank iing' .vy con"stti 11 has performed' tnhi dl oil fthe of-
A. .for pasttfavors eptfl, h ine I a Matilftory nliti r, nd tiy
T. II. WI 4L.ALI). lDeniwratic precedpet its enteti.tld to att
4 ..- ...... -.. ', '-' i le t .a +se ond i ni. '

' Il s .4i..' Ii ,I ,1hii fiii~l,.l/n- .' ,7 I .. ; I ' I
A.I announce n myselff a eitndidrate for 0 0
t^eriff O AlBsohus county, ;nhto 1w- 6 O 0
lthe eDe mo'iratlc pr ary..' d if elected .. ..
shalird hac rg th.e dt ie of hof. tI E AU nD
to tie, beat of my bil.iy, anid to
S tirte supportt of D'enio rat$e, l yI . Al t.-'
W..lll. W l H .1. t .tl bh t ,Mitn, Street4 -. .
S ountySupeirinteident of Schools,
peetfll aninotune myseli.. f a
400 for tOle, olte 'pf Superii-. .. .Ln ry. All 4 k fna a ed.
l iot P htbli nstrnr iion of Ala rices soabl Promptirvit..,
Irttin. u bfPe't. to thoeleirt o Ltii 4oa ab ,
t i s s -4 tit vfla,
tso and. i promr 4e, 4 it d, to
0, X

Ito 11 tiv ag f A hu L -
t to tl itetl- i if thofP". s
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See yIoullr Iruggist ori


the t.olliuhlftlurotl.,


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Are Y0n Going

.-4N&rth @ra.'

" ,Tb .LOU[SV!LLE.

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ewt lio for tapi to~e l amie, staiEi
w 'ti'longes thf w otherA eonm tiiruelel
besi w itlasmter oil,:a id l i 4i a rthlimh
C witi'tnii tCA tillmot 'Sittblao dit .
i a, i e a te ott' i. it.'
,et t tail dt '

Sold.by ua eontil, u i.'ly fo ,

without a thgle ftaiurot If voo
want a piano -Or i lif
vathush e 1i; T
Prc m, s O, lof ta e oonslst'nt with iu>lllty
r tls 'o4n e(tiy ternwi's E'nlt on itdiv'
trial. We "ay frirlht, WVrtti
fur W Bes '1 AY. ,

Ludden i Bates

Southern_ lMsic- House,



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S the'1lty' y
Dr4 H
was in the
000^;:, 11 60 ti:,d

? me obe bof



sters of General Initeret Gath.
io .red by Ourr eporter. :"

hiAt Hai Happened and What is Going
to~i'ppen Told in Short Paragraphis
So That '"e Who Run. May .Rod"'
it in The tSun..
ll" utrle with Unsinmni l 11111. ,,
rotf. aly BSolomon Fokes tonight.
Old niewpaipers for sale at The 8Sun
The Sili, on sale At 'theBrown,
aito ants ft'or sale, J. rl
i onolli WnVidertl Sal^ve for sale
l W j o^in & Co. .;',
,must be paid this ,onth.

0 aiotevllo yetoday..
Z .13. 0yweU oft edar Key, paid
| vi9|lBVlll it visit yesterday,.:
Wt ted-Mantager life insurance
m .sJ, M.8Metans st.f)IMoWItosh was
Visitor to taitvitll yesterday
3J A. Murroll 6f Molntosh waste tirant-
aetig buicesi in. this' city yetcrday.,
Harry Wl11,0t of irly Bird spont
undiAy .with hlis mother anId sisters
i re .
Attornoy oibt', E. Davis made a
ietBprofeslonalot vislt .to. Stark yes

SPerry M.0 olson ha returned from
a business .trip to points In Taylor

0. W. Stall, a successful planter oft
,ontiooelili, was trading in the city
yesterday, .
"".For Sale-Ti'y pwr ite r, good g ord er,'
K loe ver ilow. Apply to John W.
rot. iEly S8olomon Fokos, mind
reader and hypnoutist, at the opera.
itie tonight.
H. It. eeks of Mikevihl'le is In the
aty aka. guest of r latiVeis, .Mr. and.
r4i. TS 1101. Ellils.
st. J'. I #(ell dpftaried yesterday
ea iio"hkstill," Ha le xpe ott to be'
pbhsti ttveral days.
I !'..lnglitsh, a progressive f.irmnmr
opf isoonita, was tranuatting bii usinei
it this pity yesterday. ,
'lm^itibwr l'rof,..I.Iitly S .0olomoti
toi hy tl'nd ind Treer,
at 4h0 kpra lrie0 to0igit, '
R. i' Iollis :iooeHlle,, oas.(itth.
^il ilng rwsldeilt .of tltat iowv, wasl
; ra4ing i't the o tty yesterday,;
st Martin, a prt Qriirc-nt '0ti-
ten 0d posta 4sr, s atOldt.: Town, was
a l it.r to th f yn tohfa.. : ',. .
l ste i{iqtlepartewsd yesiteay for
Wallsastee' where he wts suintnonsd
'^ bttines bf ii.f the Supreme C.ourt,.
t rantmat r iiam',rN of the At.
| staa t7 'pt^h P"loiid on oiliolai,
i ti' ci 4tted 'to !A nt. ...4 1
niiip i and eourteotins t4eia'
ied ::" :p phoin 170. 4,,
Ki$14hsetts of ight Stprio wts

h oefl, 4efePew..tory 8 :.
Fol 4 0, .. .oe ity .ory. J. Mix
G. o0, ron, R ent of the Atlan
Coast Lse and, prominent dcitizer
Oeala, after a brief vilsti to this e
returned to .Il home yesterday.
T. 0. And Angus MoEachin otf M
dith wre a monig those who eIph
a re. x teli vo m rmrafia faQturer
iMosamiess 0. c. Walts of ora
Lako artind'ieweUlten f Meintosh w
among those who CaR1e to attend
lecture ofRev. Sam P. Jones yes

Mis Blanohei Brineson, a charnm
young lady formerly residing int
Oity tbui n0ow Jooited in ".Jacktionvl
is visiting frleonds here. fer num
ois admirovr are glad to .WeliolmI
again. '
T tW. Shandi, thel haval storestl
of, Ottet 'rek, lis spending, awfl
time withhs osfantly in this ityo ,
S8hnds owns on Roper avenue.
Gaineese, onte of theo finest r
d es ai oen nhe city h
mis'ss Cella Moore and hea
Wannamtaker, *two a^hartning yo
adie of Meredith, were visitor
hi oIiy yesterday, having come
hear te lodture in. the afternoon
Rev SaIP.n{ J',3onest
Rlon. W. M. Holloway, can)didwto
State SMIperin nt of Public
stroction, departed Motlay for t
ord d other points intt South ,Flor
V ,re hewill spend t1week in th
tbyest of his i iipa'l11.,
JP V. Donaldsoun of Monteoocha
II thUe city yesterday And umadoe
Sun an agreeable all. Hte Is 01
the ol0 Oonfederate veterans,
greatly pri eo his parole, whi%0h
still has iI li pos08sessio)
W. 8. ('taven, a meidber-ot'the
of O,. P. Taton em Co., fruit and
dtuci, Ialtinore, la in the city.
OGaven will probably renmaini here


g o o ldoit 4 m s e r i., '

11i0: ,d.LS F, D'I 0 PersonalL

I 0c 4Ig 75. 0.iYid ,soCl ,1 O 0 all0matte
.... --a nd... . .... .. .

Am we WWe wn ;tvA oor r.To 5 0 Mail and
'"'on Oo...;.; .....i.,. ................ 5 ,, c sG 5clnM er ohr,, $1,20!', ders pr
toidosooadles' .enxpe oc ac. ed to.
100 ^ ; ar4 ~ett D~ itni r at dos. Ladles ..Summ'er ts, I o ccciii.
Yts 0044d, W aIe 8
ii4ty, 4 el ::40 0lC asikg, 074 10e .

We llve the largest asso ntieu t or Dr m.oeds 'a .Est Flrlda. Coime Ga esvil
ere to headqi arters Ws yoh o en an yl titf tr this ine. We 4. want ...a a
to hyeurt and rebl rwithwtllto best value o _--taiable, ..
t' YM S R. Wil o nMr

*r with Otshe5n & 06Hll W, J. Denby, who is now in the .n o
ilng 8 resmott, a prominent am tizen of ploy If the arion HardIwar C o, ei l
i Alahu, was a viuito to this city yes Goat, spiot Sundav with his wife iCi oeirome



e hi-


sovural ulays IIn thiO inltLeresto 01 li
Irn i, Wiich is one of the most suibstan,
trial in thoe.oultry.
Sanimuel.P. 'loh'init & COo, brokers in
stocks., grain and cotton, HBadwin
bukck Jacksouville, Fla' Speolal at.
teunton to lonal securities, Refer to
auy bank IhiJacksonvillfe Ordors exo-.
coitel diroItly on floor of Now York
Stock Exohaiige, 2'82-dtf
Among th.O prominenttt visitors to
this city ypterd4ay woere Mr. and Mr.
J. 1., Medlinf ad 'their in tert^ttig chil-
droen little Mis! Otefla and Master
loon, of Meredith, who.oae tlo .hear
tih leOtur6e if DSant Jondes. Mr.; Medlhin
is iall extensive naval 'stores operator
at Meredith, and has ,tnjiyed t'a rc.,
mitrkahle smiiotoess. ".
There was on exhibition at tie I tore
of the Miller & Avera Company yest"r-
day etIr 0 nitgnfloenl, fragrant
roses. .The'elustr e(tiittdconsider.
ably mor than a hiundrld rose or thie
ltchsaM s'Oarloity, all of wliNh Wer
rOwn on' oni bui.h by F. X. M iller
,They wre adinred Iy hInidrltdl wliho
aW themi during the day
.. Rasd This,
Spruce line; Aa., 1)e,. 1, i18.o-Dr.
E W. (iatlt Dear iri aI apent'last
year your oi-y and whiltethere your
remidy wp reeoilmended to me. At..
tor trying Wavtal otlnr phytiiaits,,
purchased one ismaill bottle of your
remedy. It dured ae. ep .otf a .
S A Tues Wo 'r .-
i small bottle ot the 's:at Won*-
de,, a1th. t t *t r4464t' "t rs all

Mr. Pr. Watkins of' Manopy, '
white attondin lhp leauyaurqua, i the
guest of Mrs. ,, P. Baukoilght.
n. H; O Parker otf LaOroisse, ot*o
of the leading merthants of the coun-
ay, wa. transactng business ini this
ty yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs.' 1J. 1., rather, Mrs.
Aoaves, Mrs, 0. Mlton a'd P.
O'Ste, all oft ibiopy, were among 9
e visitors toanesvl'tie yesterday,'
1iV. ertlogm the. lber toa0nufao
turer f BHellamy, was, transaeting
business In Gttesvlle yestegt ay. He
reports a go0 d demand for his pro-
'u t ..^ :a^" 1 h,/ 'n r his: pro- .
Mr. at Mrsa Chas. Eddy of Orange
Heights were registered at the JBrow-
ious eswter4ay. n Mr4. Eddy is an ex.
denlve l}i.ber narindia Oturer of that

The pripefrty. of '., Langley on
East Union street is belig. .iatorially
inproved by a hew tfenee.d Tlhi prop g
ety iia 'among the most desirable in
J. 0. IFoititco, olty editor of the i
Jaokron'vl ie TinesoUlion, was8 reoew-
rilg Ghinesvi lle acquaintances yester-
day. is old friends were glad to see
hi mlopoltdrig ?odll.
3, 9. ioode of the Magnolia Hotel
had thoi misfortune Sunday to loOn one
of his tilt cows, which died of. cdnvul-
siaon. The Aimnl yielded four gallons
of rich milk per d y, and the loss is a
serious one, i
Mr. n.d Mre D U.1 MoElvifi eof, Al.
blon, who an iimonig the most pronmi.
eiint resident of that seetion, were
registrfd at the trown House yester-
Tay They wfte attracted here by the
pro seai of Rev. a in .Joned, whom
they admireo'a8groatde.,
Aftpr a pleagsaltnitilt tof Mr W. iB.
Tayloln thi cty, Miss Sara Har ,ls ofl
Ocaas, the accomplished daughter of
Hon Ink arris an' rity editor o
Tie Ocala '0 anoer ha iretrted ,to her
home. Miss Harris has many friend
and ad tire r anottg the society yu ng

oandidatestoa(s d hav e nicely priit.
ed s tlnouneieni.e o iroilate atno
thde T'ilrs of the county. 'With every
ten dollars worth of work of thtis kisd
The lun will .iv, i printed copy of
the reptration list of the county,
With postodlee addresses of each
voter,, ad blicki designated from
The iuiierous trieida of Mr. and
hirx, John Bati wlfl regret to learn
of tOe death of ths former's sister,
whIah occurred in 4 harieston SC.,
yeiterdliy nmoraltt. Mr. BAll was
annutoned ttle#rph-on- ot of

of her 0: ath ytetiray sho departed
imidiamtsely fr tiht South Carolint
s.t tthn P. f P -.0 0 i
SThp~o~t# asl. Mr Wall

this city. Mr, Denjiy is well pleased'
with his .110w posaitin and .irepomrt the
Orm a doing 9an ext' nive uiilpsB.
Mr. D])enby will jdn her husband ate
eala. as soon as he Can suit
able house.. '
OhIt". ,. A. i Rosborogh of' Windsor
sa eandidatU for the bislatoaire, as
wil be sten by hi announ' e ,nt i:
tqy' opap er. ie ws A t .'neber of
,he8titte Sento from Alaohe county"
0or ,sixyear plopr*tor .189&;apd ma*de a
faithful itn. l, ienat repreen tive.
ls friends w'Il work earnestly for
'his nomination ...
Ampnrg the prominent Visitors '
this city for the thoepaat'two days was
W. L. 'Riles, a successful Jeweler of
Bradentowt, wio has been here as the
guest ofH ribnds. Mr. Riles 'was for-
merly of Palatka., H a born near
the Alachui county line, in Putnam
Bounty, and has, many friends in this
section, especially in the East End.
He left. for l hiSouthf, Florida 1homo0
yesterday, but did not forget to have
hisname enrolled on the subscriptions
books of The Sun.

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