Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 16, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02184
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
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.,NO. GAINESVILLE, 1LO VD. ,AY, .A R.. 14 190T4 EN CENTS A EK



N OT TSIEVEAL :PAADLNS GRANTED

S"ES RUSSIANS batt-,, O, PRT ARTHQR-
lDevotiob ,of a Japoanese WEoan. --.. u 4 te d h ..............' T
pOes Neutrality BSoce NeW York, March 15.--A Japane Preachi' erT Toll so Burn < l io a of .... information From Other Sources
Of GreatJo oman at Nagtasaki on learnig that t W a' s wit lw to Di D y '
ewas 'depend t for f nba tlnence on his .-co'l11 "it1. 1- sP1) 11.
We tisy son had beefrxempted froN Out The 9 e applcany l -mn y wem. unr De-y The Rep or 1.
.. R............. "S .. --J E TO CHE ( "LET S r ; :;s 1,sll rt h t Uh s-AN8 ....... '--W .rc

Sapan e Kills ersef So earnings, has committed aicde, says Prayer Without Fghtn Will Not. i lo to i l re wa Noth ig of mportane Hened
il -T Only Boy May Fi$h a W orld dispatch from Toklo. in a t Rth
r Only BoY May Fight for letter she stated that she was abotif Avail Much and He Deolare.a Time rremmu h io i4 r a s f ollowv: In the Last TwentyFour HMours.
\VdJY)4U5IIC1I IT UUW ra i11-Vll


i rnh and E Soldier.

*e urairg, 'March id.-Prrsi.
k elt'a recent. proclamation
Tp ln tbe obser-ance of nletrality
p b llals. and the abatination
ro :it action: orspeech which
au^ s rrtliatloa to either Jap-
I'Ru11t* bhaa PrtiheiCd a great
ilo.L The newspapers this
s rnttd, -p.inentlY articles
4,le tha4botance a'd spirit
proclawtgo4 4it- thehighest

'GiociaiGazette. ,tceOi e ithI un-
r adply as &do Mplete iniel to
-irew that thel AioricA govd.
t s hostile to Rus ditti. de-'
t a fter d. pite;nit seem-
t',.it dwim id which, *ay
Aridt willb co etihn : settled,
'ke. for 41 L' al that the. Ainericah gov.I
tOnmen'tltaa t en a frlehdly attitude
war ou altim antipoliies in th
: to.1 t add ing, l
"Th Atindiobtedly marlk a cliange
xttiAlorit. sentiment, tbe peopl1
ra t apielng the danger 9f 'upport-

'tore NovoSt! aills 'tine onapicot s In-






th Atltt'v resti(ent t(oo. vist fil R the
T Of ltivCh' ai. peace and i go)(l
IhIp bet, wee tvssia and the


"lty' th, respoctnd to 'th. foreign
i ,,ey t he country, Saec reary Hay
5gli'lttin toig t the will of thli prei.-
lThe itsslanbswelcome thu proela-
irato.h as, coinvincing evidence of a
Smor6e fril(,ndly feeling pn. the part of
the Am.ericans for RuIssia.
heBoierife Gazeitte retiarks:
' .Theodore Roosevelt was the first
r.triler tO respond to tlle warning cry
i' Istd many years Hgo b3y Eniplror
1 \ Illiamn. against the yellow p'ril,"
S The St. Petersbutrg maeiung asserts
tfatt the proclaination l'aveos 10o fir
.' e doubt. that the ited States has
a firm Intention tu :obselye Strict ner
raliti and adds;
"It'bears the stanip of strong and
pi ost distinguished p)rsoitatity.''
SThe ,Brapers alto ,iuake a d tiplay' this
o.. morningg of,.a denial of (Jl. NI Chlwang
c,' I sirt that the Ultetdi Statts 'ln endos
',ot uptport. th. 'prot(,st it 'the conm-
4 Ointdr other Unlte'd Stateo a ttigubat
S i. elena agbanst the 1)pl.111if tlJen-
S lani a, therities to uiilht junk ati the
i,' ert ce of the Llaq.rtiv er, v ideintly
i.: nsidertngt that this puts an end on s
.the eotateomett nt. w ilch (caUsed :a Olirry
"I hero y iiterday, -and on which icoin-
mept it Ulpiecesdary, Tle Alexander
ICoit inttkitoe afnn0ource. that' it adlitoon
Si the re miilr army pensions a sufp
Snlera'tar etsioon o 'tiiA a yeara' wll
Ib? S.IYOAt. to the wdOS and rphan.
orf t $e -on-eotnmslsonsl e't offli,ra andi
412i4 to't!*e',.of o oldler' and sailors
Sl'' t# lan 0th ace h ene oula .i
ft hl ^Mairines'mvsdby.aps.
T. 416to1 M r' s ii,-asi .'upplitmWary
rorwtt trioI..ice A-dmiral Tog,". cot-
tl.nng ,the,t.ff 'ort m. ad.e by the crew$





of t'the a..ii eriped boa t deal roy-
'srn ati,. ott ..oif "Port Arthur +on tiC&e7,
100 HIti3tit, to' rescue the crews of


Ownpti B1lro Al, emothnNdttlnt



6'&IBt. ft ptedo hat deo. r yet-



444~^^ .CT
B~^44l,4N^ ^


to. kill, nersei or, tIn or mtiat, ho 1 on Is Coming When' the Nogro Must
mniglht he free to fight for his father- F t fr irt,
land, Then shlo phlng0d a daggr In- ight for a L -brty.
to her heart. Withdrawing the Weap- l) e Y t'l I15--.ttPl4ph,\0 .t
on. she handed 'lH to hbr anon who i.i of the t th" t'lle 1 thtx'


"liitely ivolutit'tdred for active set negr to dit
vico, the lsitichti
has beetn
Trouble Between England and France se'rltoin by
AW Vri\tl'h 'rch 4I.--Trou'tt 1. Afrioain Mt
f4.'rteu i hotwlen tiho ,Freitcli a(n1. j[ uid B 4)l''. 3y"4,
li.ih grtison at at lt, 4aat- H sait.
cordiig to tn Amterican. dispatch, f'rm wNher
T T i 'f rotii Jahl
The isildiers o thI two uOtitl lns sta. i hob'a sh
I .. "'t' t and bUnrl
tioned In halfortd'ed citye are con- .i n Tr
stattly oil th .6t. tif A sorloia col t eds' it
fliet1, I tul1, contialiuatly aro a Yotedi. t l
behwetn the Inetn, "and tprsonal a.- '
STho ISKhs, 11i0o cuOnitilt 'tl'ti roat-, ra 'l
. al-. "ing '
er part, tf 'te rliitish rN'orcoi ale d ril. ,I, bl .od
'd (IVy1 hotr's every d ail alt t '
3rlti trI p x .itNorth Clitnit aren- a re '. 'I
61rt'0.i 'to be roe ting undir t tiarchltlg i txe Mtil
.o rdTe rs, : .! ... ', :' " "t '": '
s i. that ita I't
t its pc i a fl counitrty, Hi]
iToe Tr lbulationa of War,c. ( .nt., i. q
Sa. Pelt youtrg, handt t-( l : 4 i), p oi t o
lni,--A. 'lttsnialn corresponit imPO.'e itn t
tig to. Ih frto L. wrtles to- the SiW. gi, oasg
p]tetI'tabuxg Tv''.hgril .l t lh i ireltu Ironm Ir- l
'kutsk, ib'-rla, Its fitelows .- i.t bug
ot exirs train travels slot'wr bti b t w1 h,
than tlit slowest tiraluin l ropeai litg, inil tI
Russia. "Tli'e sent of vwar i, still re- go to as(.
mote. buttt lh i i'ts4i lo Is felt. rr18' "'Ilo d. a I
long rows. of car's fuled witli Holtilersr approarhiu
antl thi ctar vanls and thie pl'iltlve i for o t,
S e li ola n tr i ps. ly lilt IUIt 11) o I t' Y
sleighs dt-wn Itnby shiitKg ltoicah lili It lotI, y
we paisti along tloe way at tht cnirowdi.tl "thoo .,
'statiolisa, lir(ak the m0iolloito.liy i 1 l l lI,,f, Ir.,
snow-bounnd wuateOs find o4itllss for- 1-h., of 41 i
esto and the stlltnst ,s is I lo i iiy -",114 Y i
lie songs of. their Jmolly rt-4 ,l in' t f (t d '.if r ,N
thee ba*llS Of these village h riri, in thi,4 ,i,' mb
sotindingh aflr t trogl the front- Mir pray. 1
Tils busite and Ti cit ly a3 t idt l4 willn 1,|i s,'
Siberian- dto we fttionat .t4riigly Ilu.~s ('. rItl I
tratte .tliO Itilsalani giaitt ttrt ll hig tiirgtg 4 t- p.ii
lhnbs proputr'tory t) pu. lA g1ti ntt r 'Il.ho | 4
foe '. ue611l'alI Rnnewionaaipf, who Is tbco
to lead 1ihe Coasa h dIlvIj4ion, I' trna .-
eIllng on' tlie same trPnt 1Lre tells 'SUNDA
rme that all these r? ervlests will be-
corne mplentlild, barderod 'i(hldvts a Synoplais 0
fortnight after they 'reach the front.
"At I r hil e, -.we tnot the (ftrs' vie- ,()Offiial r
tlms of the vt'a=- Inn ihti andchlitalro tan ht
trylnng uo get itak to Euttropealn .ltui M' tellers l'l
la, On oiur entrance innto tohi, ei 'last Ion0t
Idarkne<, If tli station wa were greet; War .or
ed by the willing of hie ldtle llaituilg with i'slIgiu
from thw dirt. heaps aind baggage *'9 Arthur has
,eumlcerlig i le flOor,. Thclr waxelh by thei IlOt
fac.s and t bliMid$ht, .: sli4plc0t eyes Adhiral
wol i d melt a heart of stonp, Tho Aieetlig ti
wild, panice.stricken Allght of 't>i*lr Jalaneis '
mothers froin Manichtiria aOtR hro of a hot
startIlIlg (itttbreak of 'tle war, eid to re.tiuted by
breat utifferings. 'They reachel thldi. Clfntt i
p145(N 0 a ,t.r untold .hardsihlpht .'4lily to oyer Port
fAnd that. they will hav .w wait: for Ie. d thie
week more tintil tferro. isuffltedent bring on
trat kaoc'41n1to(da.tlon to enable thl..e 11 b'I,..
tod prPced'. fu;trthbr; $0)' thot duhll. .The t'w.
'd-ten .-h:ave.t' ht'een."i ptniaf lplnm.aIIi Aill. tl
inottKoiesS. In this fetid atitphtcro, bMtbhardtnu
bolcoslie (llido.reig'-I dathIliY fr stf.I- .
a .... .- d 'KI L,',I
1. OECIDI- AOAIN#T MEReGBtR -

r.iltei tolee Ot
Ip'.-. lr:t: npstatt eDomif g praot* :. tt#im&
,Waasll;;o*oliua 4 reo i -lJaing e. ot 111OMMI
plary, se a rIM4 t lt itlttb bta t ro Uitl4lN rt

IadIlf tp1MO4irse Mr1. o fSrt
p r e vet t o ea*iti e Wt l i a tO1*b*41
WW9to t h#sORlf*g p : b #t

I the PQIo(tpait4$$ Oblo o X1)ig v l*ift




1111W ill A a t
*_,O aiM thi' hi
K1.


t, Is;ri glli and to, stop
it' 4tf Ilb by wittt ,whlr, ,
olpnly r3o ttelded th a
He 1 M. ,li acb, lt (in
lthodisit !luia.tcopail chllurrh oft

the ti'g'roe of Sprintludi,
t lla el,, tilii t1 Wa (g,( 1lgg4i9 t
lid strnlgled to doat'lh by a,
I trry li ln ar Ot f tprlas
1 thbe l- 14ttl h,:i4tl I of tittae
si henir4 r4ttitited a' nMtak
I'e srn4ion 11',nsit1oda ma!'lt'L
till ." : " L .,
t1l -ighls,"'+ is'rtd^ii tI..lh Rov,
No rice hlmv (e'r VW<
tli ti .: tho 'BlOlw, tih .:4 f

art.9 g4i(,4d for, ntttti i 1 il, 6Y
for rlVih. "i o( h l iown
i,., iat | eplhscpa| pcraluh,. riy8
' wtr. I itttli ltliiibl int ilhIs
l tol noogr0 o will ) oetr-+
This i t tIot, lltt for 'thot
, hiwsrd1, h1o wiltt t)tlt, annd
444 iwotl the ra es ) li t'will


. They. tIell IIs .u pray.
v'o hl)e(qit prilyltgi lt ll pray
ow \ If .11 li.t 4hi0 I'," 't1 t' Ti-
rt hi tl udt 1 ioud :
.' ltt h'ou)4it(, th 14 ,4 1
, wh 1 (tlin ili nt bu do it,
i) n h t1h'" ove) (,O got
w tlt init lghtil for it,
f)4411 i li; 4,4i))4 ) fI 4'h lle I,'4i|' of
e i 1 I', to oi tl jii t o 11h ll4r

;iar4' i h 144' I 4 iii 4'yo 'i4
ill l i 'i ;3i 14y4 i lt 11 4 ', o li l iog

4i"' lltni.'4' +t 44 i 4 ,4' C a i' \\o In Ifril i 'o r their


Y IN THE FAR EAST,

0f What Happenid on the
Sabbtl .
r |l)port't WliO 1. l'l1n (fnot, Ieis
y ()l'i'r ,'e pl, in '1 itily r4l 1-
i4tlIir'i,4 w ,r l'~ Th' a t,' In the
relitin14(t iof 'it \rthulr
rse 'a. t n tii. w|( tting
iare Inr n i( .itvh, 'holt 1 'iit
tllr pr.t1111(1114) rt Itil.. ir illt
h*in waililtHr iwluhdoned
4 4i T 11 '0, 14 4 1 4 K 1A T
T'Oi s'44 riortt i4n the ,last

slip ls i a tr. .r, t :g story
4i 10 f oiglt .-, Itr.utia+ e) were
thi Japtjit4 '
fre veYry. nui v.ltth4 t d"
Arthtir erpom.li it In hM-
fall of 'ort1 ,Arthor will
t breaking of r"i. ,traility by

ernor '.of .'+4r)t ,A thlur was
N'' Wou dltJt4l 4,4 tht .last
nt .

D WITH BRICA SAT,

Not HIar of MH,,iiad.e U.n-


uai, tbat a i"n' it crot-
fte city 5h14 11.4" pol.o de-
S:ot inform'-I of It until


)lih^'i sad 1144. .rt ulaty e
4 h.; 'ii4ort 1 .. .a.k ')i-



iiD-*pt q wiet tl^- # the
w&t a,+ ir ,d
ill@a^ mat etleb^r4


It)nin l t(o>41 e yt'3 rt hi tht w I it'tlh'lt' Chinese. Government. Opposeli,. to
t1.r' in I10;' liiir a' tll with lil to14 t. Chinaman Imlgratllng to Tpratnvaal
tI olfn 1 I lat VWeil, 5lrch l0i,-Th'- J-ap* .
i'l y ,Io .. l'i ,11 u)tly, ,tt an s ll lir' report l that 4Port A thi
1t 4,- .l t i feT l.i2 l1t li: no'itittso m ni hat 1 t a t rd ""t rt


Zt1i p )o'u, f t hi ttAi c .n ly son.i' St, I torl r itIa rh l t.

tl 4 1 oo I l lW4hll. 6 ; 4atut*ll t oned Poi, rt .
t' ill .t f of 41444 i t it i,,,th titoi 4i(4 5,t tttr ttOttI'li n 'vt

r'. '*y ,. -, a i,4nth l'iena thl Aausd lated Pl t'Nr e
N v Leit. ""',1 tItory. *11 as, ta the' alst .
.AY LYN'CH NEGRO, t4ilo at Pit1 Arlhllu I tiliangid '
Sn- d thati l bi tt, 114.h1lllg of l4i1n rtwat ts0 0 h1a4
MHus i of turderd Negro Woman oceiit'rrutd 'iir4 4 til. t-t l Sit i4 louir, ;.
Holdt lor Crln .,. .
i:t Itililiuil, a.0 41ir, 4 h.41 ,,-4.. -',ii del .T)< i n'l, hri Miit( h 'tf'i L.- -The reported "
4boy ut' 14 1(I. t Il> thAku"l t4'.1. iito,o w 4etn t u 10 41O6tt1 of i irlt.. Artitir liy.'the Jap.-
"tiln ii no4rfl uii.is, lit ii4, 4 4uilu' t. e 4 ( untttlii 1ti rtir' tl g. to a' to ttc l
I .lt v'f 4t4ih, f '.wi'wI hl.r' 1' n it"' h wt flli:h c'h'b Pit'4o l' Altholr at '?' o'lock '
litid h i4 (4ii4\ i"'iii Sit' to ri) au4 il SR tdnlay ,O vllhijtt Ipoi i -tnquiry ihtl,
ti'u't i'.4 Iody i4 04i4i i rtu'n ti~ c l'4 iu 1 r1h l at taiin S 1 tlii i't1 o tt to. t ia : ve
l4o. .gil)( y 1 friu '4 4 I'rll't.1 o t( l t. I.It' ttiluilI I i il'llt 4 1411 'rl ilit, ..
1'14it4. 4t .i4t+ 1,r t4 (iti44)1d4-r''\'i4ui co4' niiiiu t 4 h' i tI 4 l4n4 iir(l'l., htt'. i itr4i.ot4 ly i.t (,1 .)5-
1i1. t .I d to th.u l(rwotlii< ((w10144 l4tltt'l. ttltof'l I| 1t
.hJ i 1n Iry+iir., li r ili)It'l n,0 1 ll I l l. i iw t.'t| If i l. 'iit 1 ltlii HVtill .4t'
l4T'4."lI 1)i4 th,,' .ri4io, tri-,ill,4h.. i ..'"..'................... ........
1i|, li 44l44i,; 'I;.1i44 4' 4 li t li \ :;.i; Two Captivet' Return to Port Arthur,1
hlrm.w n441iii i. a i.li H441al of 1 i4io'rl) f I'ro t AltUht','P M4 4 h '15 Two Rnltf "
,1tiilt 4j l i ll 'l1o t 4r 'o4 f i t kl I ii4 ''ti tI ii i;vlr 'd b y tih',11 Jitit a'I o f0 t t4 i a tt t A 'gia
'n 1-.11 01111i row.- 1 nl il it' ndo ,ihityj. t o

w I.I; IIti h lt t .ivi.l t,, ', A110r (i d :hli t.t hl avo Il ho, li t* p"ii .n -
1 trcin.h ot it lo111 1rI(,,44'01.1 4'4 4y tltt. lie at -a1t(wlibo, P?,0 "
.17, 44~4 4. on howndtl T'ltllr 4llh Ttih tli l hlt w -
FAVOR8 WOMAN .$UF AGE, tfi)h' Id ititit .l (t'4 ,fl,-l 'ttId, thtliy iaW
.til.. .tIripalnett e r(1ltnt Astini t l b lnt
Atlanltl Pt.Pitcher Biaysa Weorimnl should It.lo leit n1oi 1 ltii port. 114 Asuma i
Vote by F1oilht. w ( withwuit iitio4 t A4fh ftl OL. 4iln,. Ai rt ", I, Rov % I' 1 1011 'ii 11 t 1 r hetr- l.ah tlld b14 f4 t t i plt ow
4Il *.i i o f,1 lv. A v. l. f 4 l .l 4 1., A v .il w ll 'll l j e d i ll y) l 4 ti .'l''h TI h e 14o( ir
1,4";1 4h4ii h l 'l ir4 ii |it 1v .ri l 4 111 1.-Iit t- ,( lV ill l I h l 41(' I1i. M III i, ti lh
lri(44i 4444 t 1 4 iL! 414h4 '''4t h t I4a4) E ln4rliit t4 it lif. I 4ld ( 1 1 ptl 1'
i'1i4il.4 .l,4 itt44444l 4 i i' t 4 o44' i.) 1 4 l i4t4 11"' 1l'll lH llalt'l'i wh lt ir4 M Ic'hle t( N it s',
hli. ll k no r.ni :ti i .h > i. l ^ t i mi (till] lu i "l-, r al) H lll t.l

TIlN < i 4lll t ''r (li t.(, I iLI O lf t l' li t, -b r 4 Gl i It.ri n fI t i l tl It tg w h41 c4S1
il 4 '' II..t 4 Wo4 .-i '44' t'.' tii,' tii i 15141 'omI Vilti 14 k the airvI-
4, O '- 1 a lwould( 44 4 hv I v Ae 'l M iitW v.44o
lihw l 4( 4In 41 ,x1l ,iiofs'. Ii| fl i4 44 hIlt rt 4 t ly !1h ( ltiluitlt ti W4it sitlUl
Ji.!i ...i, hnitg 40 whl44l4i4K drilling liut 1 Niilghnkl. The two I-liita4lans addil
l 4 'ah 4a)r' kt:i(, I4 in 44t1 ', tiliu '1h4 in4 1 1.tl1.tl..4l!' saw pi t1tirim at Sl t elol rtp.
!til lhIf lOti 4l 4 i t wlUd'( 1 l rlt 'fli )i og the d(i4" i ot" 1 f the entire
atlov(l it4 (4 f h 1914u. 4 o41n w( I d *4 i 14)'iti j lui' t ll 'h 'I't h y tay t.ll e w416 thy 6
pitt ,ot of ffI( ,,, ait d ,I,.,lt iititiont,01 1141 l ftliott n fel"ft .The y ro Ky the w tthiyr -
iP i it. Ow l s.tb, i' ,tndL.a I th w ri fiint. : .
Thi tip i-tkltc r i -t biher U lN .. .t: .
wo)11tn h I5 44 {Ua <> 11 1 o r 4 I4 .. Toklo, Mkrli h M S lk, I lititer Min:tp ..
S* a. w t............e..ro..t't 1 .offie th 1
WON'T RESION UNDER 'FIRE. tor1d boat thter Kmik,. 'a!'
tho or fiove4 t In' ll mr te ,
Mis.ialppi Colonel Chargi,. WIth E-. the t',r of the hRig St SId pro
be. ,,o..ir.0 < ;B.,.g.,, ;1 ,, ,5, t0'. ti) Mi l, "'
besterie nt, Denlis Allegatlno 1441t4,4 .1 1" 4 l I rtls trt to hift t it
Jaclon, l .M 1544, Mr4tr41lh 1is '-ilot ,l I "t t1 45 ha 0 'O l W Stlll irltlOli t itt 'h "
lh '4 W ilt kirtwiw fI4 4' t i(l4.4 r war, II l. ih ilSl. o ,.he .will :

4411)th Tili attardi1, 4Io) 1, I mt' 1'd04 it 'r tll 4 ,fiIn 1a
ti niimli Io la r dW, .0b c I ll "otln -l! +r wlll -l .. .

Vletishon4 on tt'lb l4 'ht A .r0, 4t' r t 4 mo,44 r i', MAKE S'oDARINO 'BiCA 0 1
ll.( i, r aC llef d 1bo r'tii ttl t him ulay .a i a. N .. . ,
tertwom ia'i 44a.tlri. 1.4 rl 'tI 4:')Ii Wir*' D*W r C al Chut W W It a Car
Isi l, Y l Ott tit. ) 44uKlt)14'1i41 'Load f 0 Cost.
:an hatld a tl (t )te,'41t r e', tv. 4it 4.'. l 4ii '' 'Ill Atla t Mar t
V ri4lan .- il ...- A, it. : ,ii' r b #, > lt ilve4 b.i^ y th prli t.. "Qe i ^t-
(,"i4,,.- .... *.i. .' .. .' 4r 1 '. lt' "lf Il I Jirl litany 4.5 : lt.Wiltrt.is

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I N Wonderful Drive Blindfolded
Created Great Excitement,

HIS WORK ,1 ALL GOD

wn to ,IChauta uu aExercisea Hite
Decided to Postpone HIs P6erform-
ancet Opra Ho u.ntlFriday,
t Apard t emiary
VThe peformaatice of hypuott t s and
mind reading by PTrof. Ealy: f1oloon o


postponed on ac oont bfthe exeroiles
at the chalutRau a; but the people of
ainetsville are not going to be, forgot-
ten by this yourug marvel, for he has'
S -decided to return Friday, the 18tSh
: hlet,; and give his most interesting
p....prformaneowhich ha de-ligt hted the
' atre-goexrs in nmanty of the, principal
cities of the 'country.
Prof. Fokes yesterday afterdioon ere.,
ated much exeiteiment, ani)t many
li lpromineit citizens express themselves
with great stlrprise for it was thought
S.,, that this youthful professor could not
make. this drivo blindf(oldod.
The drive startede, from near, the.
JlrownIi hfo11se, and wi01 the horses In
i ,',", a fast trot the Professor drove thotoutgh
: .tho promlnniiet'tre0et oVer tl.he route
S p. reviously covered by a committee of
G,. Oaiesville oitizensg, who wrote a lbt..
S. ter and looked It up It otn of thle coint
binatloin boxei at the'l postoflc, which'
was qulokly opaied by the .Professor
and takoei to th, minerhrnt'to. whom it.
was addirMiedt..id read. in 'the ,rs..
e'0n'ce of a large crowd of'' exc ted

When .thil Was tieelomplilhed ]Prof.
okeso was'aoecompani.ud to the oarri.
uage'obyT I(, Oalmiva, hlias m inag.er,
and drove to: Jast IFloridat BeiInatry.,
where he killed hi5 engagemnt ii btu.
1half of the )arge crowd of taong)I 'ioysc
SWho. wro i iply. oarn i d.wit),. h"it fts-
elniatiin .lfornli1nte ta rv ii!d reading
an: d ypnotisal ,
Owing to tho fact .4iat on Fridays
t the college girl. apt\i boys and the sti-
S dent" of thel b)'i. i school are grauttted
more librvrU' trom a ltir shliool work,
; ... Sid .linny b eitig tkxlouai:to witness thte
1-^ :-performance aKain, Mr,. (enova hais
d Ided d topliae tickets on siile at 25,
S )0 and 76 (ounts,.
SA Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.
Mr. W. W, lhiker of l',ianvi(ew,
N(b,, writes:- "My wife had Idung
troubhi for Over iftetn years. W' V
tiled a. inuntbor of doctors. and ipenli
S over a tiouisail dlolilrs with)lot any
relief. She was very low aid I Ilint Ml
S hope, whelict a frilnd sutggstd trying
; ole.y's hlotti y iid 'Tar, whi.h .i did t;
and thanks be to this great r'mitndy it,
s aved lhr ife, She is stronger and <-m.
joy. boetotr healtlth than lsho haas ver
known it tuoi years, We ehaliinvers
S be without lF*olh'.'si oney anId Tar andl
would ask tloas atlihitb td to try it,"
Soldiby J W\V. MCollum & Co.
Spring Hill Baptist Church.
dito.. l r Suu : iPl ease lOw me space
In youtr hotOr4tla pt.apter., ia)totpekl. atot
S thegood. fit, l i of! the .Spriii .''IIill
I 3 ai tlt Clhutroitt. ,Iuly the il)h,,11101
Rev, 1,., i~titws of Ft. lWhite.
a:, :e. wtt a li astor tc.eof th0
above ,aitaril ed huarolih, aid foti'd 'the
Sedillte itt a vry menagr otidithion
SilOid tlat ln.o we l4t)vw spared rio
in : (' p in beatitifyingrltth'i temple of thlw
ord, :. r. About oe ntitt ago t titought
s~gpested itaulf to otsto ha,,'0 rally.
.F'6\tr clsub were organized, Thle enap,
:iinof:N ,e 1 Cthb, biting lsMisa NelIue
''. Johinson No.,' M.rt, i)tllht"Itlihttl ;:
.No,8, Ml ,.thry tiaddi.,. "No, 4, Mi (
J : .ESititr. "

111 *17 itt T'y.ta $175(1 (. ".Kit, r


donated 0 c.otat, Total lmiuiti
ipl :^'." :: ,.calsieu f rtibdi! al .sot ires, *0 ; ,.
!rise ,go h pia*'.t of .sr*ieg |IIill 'el.

"": ed it o ie t eraptie.lt c aiurth a st tr bt e'ro-
aieAldettfi.-ht u#-a.elle man net ins
Ii, ""ha1ing mtealts for thil Lord's .hao,. s
III'": t',,. hey are CongrauRti l(tt tlgiemtelv e.


o, Il haiig l ( nted the servO ices tof Rev
i 11 ''" 1M ttlew0, a lery able udvivta .
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1$otje (ln Ar O1 at bilf
all g tl: drsting+
Agp oto ill n syeas. It is
1in e'tle o0. cSOtt's Emilns.


by keeping your blood young;
by supplying it with ami
abundance of rich, pure, vital
nourisiTent; C.arrying Ccon-
stadt life and renewal ta
eveiy libre of your body. Ith
wil( help you to rob aPdvaningt
years of half their sting.
We'll sendi yona a mplefrte upon request.
SCOTT 13OWNE,4 ogPearlStreet, 4ew Yek,

000DG COLLARS HERE.
Tax collector Ellis Wants Owners of
Canines to Come and Pay License.
heo dog dollars and license tax
badges have airrivod, and Mnow those
who own canines .aid think enough of
them to ketep them and permit then
to run at latge must "cough up" $1 2i,2
or $,25 i, owing to t1e (sex of the atni*
pal Male dogs nmost be subjected to
a tax of $125, while the female must
pay anadditional $4 for the honor of
her sex,
It Is said that the average man who
owns a dog will not object to payitjg
for the1 privylege. A mtan admirs4 a
dog, becauseue a dog i the o nly ,!
ml that will am fi. i a ntn hnl~e-i
cty better than a dog,"- h~yt the col*
leolfr, a tiiiioipatci+ lj+t.4i trouble tin
:,iiahiitg his eolleij i .
Accordi;tn othe statement of the6
oity offiis : the i'mpouditing i of. all
dogs who hatve Cot. the icsnse tags
.'i- begin on the 20th, atid owners of
dogs will govern themselves accord-
i'gly Twenty` lienses haftve already
been issued
Do You Want Strength?
.,r you want to inCreage your
strengthi you tiast add to and tnot take
from tell physical, iI other words,
th4 t1idI thlat you eat im(at be ditgmt-
0. (tiiim ilatod and a1propriatod by
thI nerves, blood atd. tissues betfoTr
being expelled from the intest, ils.
.K'idol )ysmptpsia (lure adds to tiho plhy-
.sical, It gives strength to and builds
up strength in the Imnilln system, It
is ploasant to the tasto iaid palatall,
and tlhe only .omhbiition of digest-
ants that will digest tho food aind etn-
ttluK the systell tol appropriate all of
its health aid trl ngth-givi||g quali.
ties. Sold by all drnugists.
!1.UTlD 'O1 REACH OF PROMISE
Mmht'ri,ui \VWrow A',nt $75,000 For Be-


Sa t dilte I I thi
I I I l I Ilil Aw II aio t i
S1I I h ,i t 4h 1 .h.i tho al v S n-
i ,,,:;it 'd l' V\ \ i. ; t w i'rll y t 4I f
O r 1s'i i. 'l l, .iv l!1 ')HlAln 1 'N1 U) t


bi i' I fti- l' t ~) r l tuit l t 1to 1i.1t1

f. In the brW0'h 'of proutadio 'Nit Pt
t lr O W'i. th t' tt illl t, t, Is a
n..ilT' ot N v'l Y.'s ti h t wifre, wiht o it'iy





The Name ,lit W.C t li
'I'i e ayi' e t!hf' i sa l t a t t' i, nch
lb Owd .iE + D1h Its Ir ln [;ly, tpag titi



tre. he hInt .eht ti of ph original ait l
ft 'whiew f iale tuwo p hilhleetc an't Is ar
0lt20e' t of T f>w +'aP tlrst Wi le, .ho 5lied
Dec. 22 htst. a h t ar41



Th eName Witch Ha tel,
Tllho .nase Witnh Hln21 .ia. n Lch



aclv see that the e\\i'tt ( O,'. Dhtetgot
4 C Chliteit ito', on tht origlal ad a
'at iy ta)i ntY W'itho lldha l alvg ists

IePtu ii f0i' l tr( mtui brlt s it B

tf.whiih art da<01 r|i0 w hilete tiott arc
all worhlA,+sin theeir toi \itone 'av'ik of





o 1as le, tl .. ten im. ls of at> es i



th. A 'e t'tittei tl'e) a frs kpth hlltu Hii 1
toh l I(tt i"h\ t th.iti ,o1)a "t Whods it
", ; . .. 10 ., +,4 ,IJ; t l +f :(,ni~l :tha I.: I lt't +: lhy"t14' itinl


1; (f8vW c4 1 (ft^ M e Harti *: W<' jto(eqt' oil Q ttb
hsI 'el)llseit.Vt4 WieX

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01ath of sorg iwall.
H. 0 .$tepharis ofHigh' Springs was
U oitiy tfor aa few hours Tuaedat'y,
Ho wasa ,rotit'e home froi'.Jaeko0 -
ville, to which city lie wa suimmoned.
'an count of zthe ad 'death of hiii
brother.itn-law, tOorge S"ewavll, which
Wooiared Saturday morning and was
Deeasedwas4on0e ofthe 0lde4st con-
dctorsil ,service o the etloy1 of the
Iln03Coast.oie, andi sa' l kuzwta
to a great iay people thi'qughutthei
State w'6 will regret to .learn' of hi
detmis, apd wht will erxt'en sympathy
to the beretaed relativesf.
Deceasediwas a member of the order
.of Railway Condu~tor. UHe was also
a protnliitent 4aabO, anol the funeral'
ervics, were o aduoted under the au.
spaces and by the ritual of these
orders., "
SICKROOM TACTICS.
A Weue .. t'..... $ 4 111 I t tul .
The l iprotpi' it'IliiiI ;tiiuosiplire' create
ed in t sirk' o i is tel't it s ilutortalt
tas thbe rutcil .,i i s iI't'li. A 'inurse should
Ibe ilI totil v ih i li( pithtilht-titil is,
site shutuit4 1 )b syIuItijIid luete uid len t atl-
low lrituiifli y niiitl \itltiins to ups( IIniitilth I js it e w o Ian rta'lh -
rinl at24mosp05 intii' l' t'ote, wio ia itIt lu-
u otu' \,vitluiil lililinigung li'er J p 'tlnt llt
all (1,he .diosyttirisies itl' .sick l)uople,
Ims a'on l f:tI't tl Ie llt(tl. Aiit llitsyitp'a-
i s'tll', ii n titi ll. i111u t ) will t.o orc tA
ItindT rt'co\'-r v tiN)- l|h ic lt'w ,_i rorr m-
tlies. It is notu acltt is t 'u words alon110
that luitO ll iitid'r; hIer vory thoughts
+il'' us 'p ut( ii hai I t' g ll'' illt I oti llut.,
1tited the. sn t-iti-e. pttkot will be Int111-
(lniinb. ShI' shliouuld at ll tilmlae mlain-
'tue Icn od rt'hetvl tltniut the l ait'nlt's
IrtlutiilIlty '3 r l'eltenttt lio la Js lljstitid
by: htor i)u3sicta|l toiditiol .latnd is not
Gt(hlt ltlpW', IPi ulee ii nd, above, all,
tu(t. iaire Ithe etu' inif.ltais for good rand in-
tell I uit tIrsItshig, i aId tllo n',irmu wlho
'l'h'l-Is 1lteiti r luit lits h' ns itis l ed lultsted
Phet '.<,lloi.g. I'" tleutits titvin of en filed
1t) i tiprtove s'ittly w'cultise lthcy (lid nl ot
Jl'n \y l.t 11ir iiii",'. A n t'ort ittist be
lltll;llle nId n .kI- hrslflt' lltl l, andl It
tiak q, tidtl y pl;iin l ti ut nd 11 i littllt' ir-
t'iIII'poCt(io Il itm-miiTi to lhph a.cif W ith
the lil.Iost l lu I th p'tillh rtt.

THE GYPSIES.
TIluilr TI'l' I. ln' I.I n, h l r Ol'ot e
"l t 'S I t- l\ i tl it li tg itil Iip eti
1,51 ., iiit tilta1.. loi "A y.vutlogit r iiI' Sir
Thllinls Mornt' il.2.i, latt( lt thiox ct
y,'o r aif lir nrrivnl .tllik-lowt),- They
act'i plut ,tit itt SriOllaintl it 1,)!);i, iuill
lirtlsi' ly ,tt y I wl tr li u th, "S u' lir-ls"
pT ir th I{to 1 litt'' in ) 11 ir[ 'd i.
lti hlllh rdl t ill ldtx lt ,,r ;ti t 'ii fl i ltx li i I'c
1thl t gypsi 's vxis;ltc itt'[eIl' 19ni fi tu
'vlKlltt ori t, h eh" tl' l intd Ino I'irt til is kil ti t \\'l lhao lst it 11 'il.
patsstg( ItI I' lllanId Ir ci'illn d.
ThIly.y wtrv h1'tItr rev olved ill thvl vt iilan IiN.i i thaii il l 'lly i'lot 'r, tut lt
(,tVrIy "4s 1.i4 > >3 '1 to 11W I )stsld r.-
lutrinn; th> EIs I- t ns to iir' the
( I g tvho't1"ruil' F1ti Ir)la na l tilt,
r'telln iit d 'r 'ihi l idllct I ivinI N lstu'd itt Sclntlhud in II1.I
Io d nt 1a \ kin il r'n ai,' iis in Itt il o'f iti

tiltll ) .1, thI! It il th l l, 'flii e l t,11)t1 t1 ;tlt i l.t'
pr ol-.I


Wee h'i r d eoi-itd io .A rlr;i.

UNTIMELY CHEERS,
ltien tNAIt iO|raD tll. l in'i the t'lti

Itf I I' tlliht rlitI lto rlt nt the 4ho(,4
i t 'r| 144i 4 '111 If t tIiil

tlt -ut' uit .Itu f t t W.ii vxt'ct iio.1 t ll ul ity
hl0'l>ld Intt -',5 hIt' ir. tl'e ( < h't' lv.TitY,
ista -ii to') i J,: t it way .tn1 'tor th' prti tiwi.t
hn l, bt.nt tteiii d t ff..O hli ttI e t'lrits 'tdur




d e tta' i|'tl ft h pute WtoI a cu tt slik it ,.i. dimt tt i t r ttgllop \ uM tino re. tlpon
lhu' .n risn tong |rile a eirt.i'v


( < of .hils fr 6 ndr:.W{is H ahth.kedi at


th ide enut 't dta that t h'it tihe
il.' wti~rtuulittlll hitr tle' I i utitt nlt I thill
,t"' o'a whether t it' tt .iAnkt it
tittd fi>'' Mu(idir ,a ft i ot w'sis rt;I'tt A'
iath'd liw tint law. P.' et ina .i iiy
1* mii.t.t~ i: ? ,e x


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Cigar

NoW Made to Supply

aDemand-'c

Maore thaa A Million Sold
every D Ty


CLYDE


BENIT '+' I!yN

Jaeksc)rville and New York,
Calling at COHARLES'TON, S. C.oth ways.
The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service
Clyde New England and Southern I7ine .
Direct Service Between JACKSON 'VII:,, BIOSTION and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both wNi
SE!I-W7 E :L-y- S E P AY t
Southbound. .................... ....From Lewis' Wha o090 '4
Northbound ............. From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

Clve St. Johns River Line
1"etween J AOKEIONVILLIE and SANFOKRD
Stoppling at Palatka, Astor, St. irancis' Beresford (DeLiand), and Intermediateo
Iapldings un St. Johns River
Step~mr "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
L.( es Jacksonvillo 8:30 p. n., Sundays,;Tuesdays and Thursdays.
leaves Sanford 9:30 a. in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Js appointed to sail as follow s:
td ion.C SCHEDULE easd u,.
eave 3: pU .. .. Jacsonville. ........... A... .rrive 2:00am
S:46 ti n . ............. latka.......... ... ....Leave 8:00 pni
3 :(X tnm .......... ........ Astor ... ............. 2:80 pm
4 :30 )amn t................. .t. Francis .......... .... .. 1:00 pnl
S.. .............. eresford (Deland) ......... 1200 n't
Arri ve :30 am. .......... Sanford .................... 9 80 a
10:00 n. ntrpr........... se. 10 00 art,
GENERAL, PASS. AND TI('CKET OFlPIiC, ',,04 W.. BAY ST., ,TACKSONVJI,1.
w MI" t u N ltm1ON()1,I tl As.t. ten. Puasst. Agti, 2%M Westl ayl st., .atiltuonville, 142 .
W 0. u 't tt'tl JrI., .re i -,,,t Age P. 0 Su erintend .t ,
Fo ot f Howlonstreet, .J eksonvlle, "t ..rt n o.
.li* .:a.. .. .. G 4'e. J '(R,:a "l. Agt., New Vork. Ct'[YI)IV ;tLNI, (ien. et.A u.,New
(Ceteral ManNier, M c. F r. lY-
atoral ~MaligrOipueneral Agents,.
Stesehro nb luulldlna, .1 State street.eN. w ,irk


KEYSTONE BAKERY, "-

S I. sIIIt, l. FariingIipleine


01'oIO 1., 0, ". ioS )I Kals, irogn, W re, Pipe, t.

; N I 1'"""" t lngs, eltlng, Puklng,etc,,

(UtOu6r'(: B :A.,t. A., 6. 4 t Sn t )u- shi tt .in Car Lots, Sold i hany1

.DeIs Dcilvered ,to \.il h'krt. ot Ck l 'l ... *

Oi of Our Catalogues.
Baird HardWare Co.
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.I i' i'"d Truck Grower
I 1 .IltR(.ll Editor a1d V't I

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4:14"M O 1il, VARE

O ,t6i ,of 1, l ,,u, ,- We.1;;vot.4apeoi lty t*''







1 MM iodratiton of' ajbor, aoya eiar
and s no written on ti :..n. T e'to' iirote ypo assures before
SRI"T.he.ala.annerb.t her un.thos always .een in e.- ul
at wtte ode l t longest bulwark ora e with the wishes of the repreo-
is0ss4o4a insll matter, hothr In.titetionsd .ntatdves of labor. Mr. Gompers
very r it the same. IXall nowswhat h e is tal l ahout, and.
4o$4Eta f4Puhi l. otLion ad in 41 In Ttute o twe n laborinjg4xe will take his word in n homp e s. are m lre lonely sbodes
wiotiip. o 4ot i t thi Wittn I5wAs. prei nee to thN o thosee ar.iats bec e c are tr ss e
p .WeOMAi the res o who 4esre the seat now occupied by b owo *e nlas* bec use femaeisease
Slen'TrOv Ayt and corr es.ondet huylt m e. senator Talaferro hare para yzed th Da n f Onh'd
.Q.... 131.00 TRTR tt 5 oLC --"- W:iau --Ph-"--ip----:P lth 5{'t WieCardcin pto. hattand on"bt'ensea.
(1 e: 1 Frank MaWeeles, edi tora of etheht-Peneraen y to e i railed. n o CaR i O RA lofei tee me ntr
{o bRRtu .v ir~ uibilshed ever y mrnig O dt eot a Jontl, s a candidate for 4elo- : ow at .lso prevnta Oisearriage and chres .arin nowu rains.
Atep depared by earerf i ty, t Jaso94m 1 of ldy advocate gate to the National Demo ratie Oon. Winemof Oardu removes the cause of brreintess by ai g the emale
N w t. e r* tr g bGo to ou. drug..- and secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of O d. .
5t5l1 t.leat ou .ndr si w etn al o S 5 niOheb db s dis triet. Mr. Mayes is a good an" The use of ine ofi'Cardi wllbri ng hap, nes to byourbon e i e ..
elift, e e te a i io a .p te mooat. d of the Thrd dis- 11,
A oind l beed lst l oet take a 'srvey of the fild wh v re tia t will no doubt gie him a ruins es ruri pealqdirections, adhes, vin
:'c- .o r.... a ..lu p.. "t athd wluitten lRxe vevails. n aiy yrlIptoms, "he hi fy c' Advin s y W epnartmeit, The
to"too.'Naitaaion" -, yd t ni o a hv a
", ates o' dia* I adverti tiosing avem ade knwowno i t hOe' W ch alal for lynchllgs* U, FATAL Y AMETHYST, COLOa .b, ;4,19b02..t ny
S ciald rde twety les o Wine of Card is worth it weight in t does more than t Uo
I t I tit i s" n t horsebsai hn h e't n ,an m "icold t ,t, i6 yo claim It has saved my life and caused in tobecome a mother
aTe f -I 12.Weeunw t is an elnht-Moge 6ievtwy t the vIolt Po rnmert Wh isr1.i Ktll Each when everything else failed. MR. DORA 1. E. LeFEVRE.
forty oholarna e req cr, t ubv ihed er very oNoM-, I y OhT ovVr n' ly Row
Y ... Trum -n., dnd contains alEl tli lwirtlf tdolw b0he had to violate a Now or'b !- y M 1ut -h 't apciral BnYANT,VA.,Feb. 18,1902.
news of tho wele. local, state rand ,ens atuitei law every ile of the way. t' It r T r sLrdi My dlte I htcr4ilaw, LlzzieGiles, found great benefit in Wine f
rsh: ant wll b rl!nted d po at y yptree. to ayr d baholultlth orbits, r o nes She ad a nscarriage in March m before using our me
s l lo the Uwiuied dotaei oreonaehoh h is ,y no esap from icine. She was in very bad health, so I ersuadedher to ry Wine of
a 'r 'oiteo r-in advance. o oto t ie cot eq e n thih unwritten law, A. < ; t ol a shoro Satu- Cardui. Since then she has ad a fine baby boy. Soon e will be three
a 5rl 'i "fvf - --- l, fa tlt exien u .o. the written law "y .< u 1 ni I Ph lala'l .ia, Mii fir week5a old. She i ughly reco amends W ine'of Cardui.
SiAll advert-i ntg bills berome due after "rat bonl o with open eyesa and htipless \V, *l <' .i i,'l t lysiclTl My daughter. Fannie Hudson, also has a fine baby boy by your
Tw atrailtnoof advertiasep ent.unleb otherwise bnd p owe l dss ha p r t, 1 r thilOr, a r b eatnient. She highly appreciates Wine of Ctardui.
sl" ipatl)edt "inc.traot, Par"les"not known to n pwe r es h th w s l o, ant. re fea l1 MRS. LOUISA GILES.
As wi ibe reulrted to p jy for dvertihltiiti od- he unwritteI n law of society, the I'Lte ldl)'iI 1, lbr. vtu l ln i law ot ..h
l.e % Aiddrfss. l'HBIDA y, rUN. unwritten "lw of the ChUrch, the ni- r1 theise Wnpworn11tpo t sa 'id rargR f l y
.n I( a AiiT rn,.NWaA. written law of te Statte, areaeil as that lo at fs wichiatli :toie8, e--
.: h -a d 1d . toif'o ,h ged.r'xr a nd brttiing as the b oveaeiiint 'ot bie) r L Of thi .Io (aehenl y. iloth a
: : Don't fail to reglter nd py yoenr the 'planets in their orbits. o i lli ()we\ levolvr wh poll tax if you dolti to vote at the What eoV1an would tiara violate hthe th y n.1. hn inunott ome up .
( 0coling primary, prilvoe ytekpoti l uwl tteintcode r ite h whas siot bl y Joyt ne. .- -
-. on JaIa n .. .1.rodnGe and Clay tlldRWhot gentleman wpuld TateeBIe a ,Aard htrekes Miwaukee.
SOrawford are now shaking "pepper at'a futural dressed in a. serauker e net, se P RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
Boxes in the [ e of each ot'a der sl ti't 'tai, r eu l, ll ui nf a it ieetted f r COr E'TL Y w Ri N POLIOIE
.Trly, this a pepper box" n Wrida wouldappearthaltar the wtr t the atof LIERALIYoOLYONTRT
h.0 maled,1 r Th P written l iq politiCs h a s falen up aato dam'Icca PogiThMuTe90Meforeeu si eR
Adjutant General Fste, w s a bdig s the un te law in vl o is more ie We cover these inortatutpoints aid respectfully
cai ddato for a e.ebleon, is said o be and religions liIfe than iin otht parts of the state olice it s hare f ypu bu twini es l'.
one of :the best spell binders of all ..We are ro.enrtly informed that Col- ;. 4 Ii., 1(ri ... . . li .... p.
en't candI da^~te s nowi to g the sai t ., on i tley, t)ouiheh populr eedit hai ,ory, h '' f"liO a I
bin tie xpie Graves, th brilliant editor of The4a./ll, h tl 1 n,. al( r 1p!

ihav ,d4ea to , r eo ldt o tSr hbe, w he i r, Ar, impure matters wii the --Agents for the
fsled women,. Are the' husbands to Late of th eyesand heles My u livar, kidneys uil othfra organs can y yoT I
el o Whyriteo law of 'Gtcorgta snays il-hat a notis take ,rhe of without help, therehl ap1,at eae Wnet-of:C mp
.to starr, or how will they live nowr at rnorht ru made t faif r lyr good s h n ai t,:, ii.... al on of lh,, C i,,,.. atj OI. .. io.
Vso tW int.lb, tHitl ondu itto o n irtod mo< hey litteT' syste.uwi. Ttr I b made, Cld Scontemp heat
pHooea nnIorn thht.1. r l(b al i tIe rgavs, w udfor h g nmo "ip s, ol, i d other ing th orchas of a sfe, o any ig in tat line,
o t (1 n .riyitll h iugho w ag l,'tuid "ritil lt iI w s'g .,i w11oulf.orla'm. I t i a
writtelaw ot'Satfeeling, bil t its of iidiges by coisuting us. Call on or addtessS
rh ie P eaie paty tradition irevais i mit hRes nod itny ohe
tisht-- ,huet h igllb vr pipe lit tI. il oaidahI).llt' i, o l 'Tld.tio, tl .t


.. .....ur *-esel";v iniur ConBarimos Psa
tl referring to a Florida editor 'in la 0 t t ,


; but in the next breatht asked. Wb t i'd '' Iinle 1 ) ger1, Hullr e ar IL. A LR Iwa
did you ay tis e ? cler and tais worI all t turn '------)rr Ln e R a a

gIven I two or 1)0ou terms. Ole .i n o r l o 11
o ayor r bn artrin i of hi, t ago ih at t his wo ra tn, eor s tni r ,nt Lw i id vll all ., '. io c E: .r A
i r tfmittf l a ti r in? ''1: ti1 th t ff
m'm..t sayh g, '...h t t P .oi (l ie O 11tht5 0i.i -of ll s. i io tW y o itl t t o i a, t l I rt wi 'in n h n, i). tIn one pe I 1 I' "I. l i V.
ii:b> l ..l.o. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
paol Ut e hpyiiiltal Ii i igh nwages' E'. hitr bia ;f the r tyh, it lii u re'a t, t i p,,, n, .i o ...
thxesLaInrtito rb ynt
''e t h.l isiA0zariI;l n 11irQ e, lt 11 u perhiint d, r Ie.e
S f " e. i are itit gtOh Betimore, Phila-
obiti aIhard1road' totravl Ifity-oe fot g a1mid a little ni'r r tlh V
S four fet wide:I uhat ehim.o,,,. |I| ldelphia, New York,
TN r four f, Meoeat wiht W kd. 4 hirs II l iUrlyi r i +rtof........ ........... ....
o: W. n She tsO ioa e t .a i ve ylid litI antu d i .tt each of lee t i ae .,,,i i, OTreT8
cold tif'hptiot durIng iti' resent. Visit two . .bt k 'fil eo pl 'of t et(l.hi n dd.H Ii, tray hh it le t.., 5ei 'f .i.I[ nt*IFn l lt ( ii I ,il n. . .. 1 .t I -
Cty sh owdl, vry rly that (hey did tylte; egs,maki tg the oi lutat)- 7"tia *'. 'it rT N M 'iLi B',r,,ts '' l ....... .
nvellit 2 S bo d Floridad Litn0it0d

". aor:'ity fo r tt tlit Seaboardi Express.
t. r a h ld : g tihto i the hatchiin) o o t . oes
Most. pateols applie.for are flrst re. *Mtreh I _''this 'nhi h.nuie teabioae 1 M ail. i b
atedd by the fltted Stat les lTeattent O hiti ut it wo en '

A Snow & 'o., patent lawyers, hf higherh t.h n ti, at 'houbt i pr h ., q I i I
Washibngton, l 0 iThe av I 4 errage lft tWho n i1 W I p Vetor or lawyer is better hleI to make t' '" front L o ke Ie eni to la ni n er ii aP han 'l -' lp(Ai.1
his owtt hat tian to procure a valid lt,' hng- soitet rrun teahlveu te Ins o ; N.y o ifnlent: b)iijn Yi i ir il lf ) Uy ep
llahtlle the it timht our o eggs won u AN UAL SALE, Ts MLL ON BOfES 1 QIselrv ationat s)re' I 'this Vaaoasse' Deaily ('pital oh titl a.O.e lbr r0newoudh0 toU U; 'i t \ 1 Y d 4 oi u en.
March th lcop es an art tle I refer- s e n o h osthao i n Aiusttei l lat A*g1t ,i;t ,,f 0 a1 i .
apeats to Senator T fr w to ;l ^ i ta 1 '*i) i '* hc,'h i ; '
Pin iit t or(atdit, for ri no si''ch artifle ;t tn 0Ie 'i.re LnLy c 4 roL ao
aver appearAed its fioth paper. 't Sun Frnk' J (hety mkes outh that it Through Pujitmafl ee6 ft
boeves thht Seitalor Tatafortoshould t senior partner af the Inite of Jnot ofSa i


h4 1b, e a second termnia'd whei ye C'heiey ('0., dli hitonless in ih. V \ lo- L ; for u
Aor snyhidg to the enatrary .4jte (itty 'e loiedo, aia 'ity aun. state write .. A. 0 : D i 1 r" i I L any Sgent $eaboard or
l t' he Sun you can put it down a. ais k fnre tni ttntt ionai errIo r aa wlf i st Itbe6p. 1"the sum of )Nlx. I ,I D I IUN1 ) O , 1: ) i 1( r .Ag ."
. r y. ..tomas t. ftor .suth and ever, case' o''
,fatl.tltt that.a,, o u : .";..'y'.7th ItI


, : .fo.r ,t,1soi" :pahtsi lar work, amid 1.bt' ttl t, A 1.. < O O -
:eOer e tht that *rkl i t i AL) AW. W Q .


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arner Alert Broke Recoird by rSting.
f 1BOO Pounrds qf Freight-Olr
is 'Excusion to #Waldo-Othe'


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iNDI8 TlON, CLON TIPAT1I
STOA LIVE Mf)NrY
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Notes of interest. ,
llelo se, March I.-M s.. 1 Hat' A,.' A. i :. s
)yu has entertained quite *exteisiveoly 8 ii't'Ii "' .
s dUtring' the p~st wek. On Monday she ALQXLA'co.. ,w C j
gave a delightful six-handed etohr ...
party. On Tueslday she had a. child.
T dream's party, and judging fronmn th
joyfull sounds the youtitgsters, had a MARRIAGE AT LACROSSE.
first class tine. On Friday she e.ter-
tlined the young ladies of 'ilelrose in j. W. Johnson and Miss Orilla Smith
a flinch party, four tables being tilled, Were United Sunday Evening.
The lucky winners of the four very l,Iros', Mtrh I.he hom, ot
Pretty priRes were Mrs. Saundeurs, Miss Mr, and Mrs. VWlliams was th,0 sA0
Rich, Ai Aycock and Miss Me- ta
'.. "h R Mib s Ayco k und Miss .Me- of a beautiful marriage Sunday eve.i-
Rae., ing at 6:30o'cloc. when J. \V ..lohn.
'rs. Darliugton's lecture on her wa T., IV, J h
son. of this ptlce waw uiiittid in thel holy
.travels in Palestine at the Methodist b o wedl i t Mi I *,i Smith
ibonds'of widloelk to Miss Oril a Stiith
church Wednesday, drew an audience .u s of oii
which completely filled the church e its but ify attired in
In the ulhavoidable absence of Rev. w r, t
it gown of whltk. trganidy, laea os and
:Haynesi Rev. Waters presided.. b As rib whilthe goo wr
usual, ,ri. DarlIngton gave a most vribbton, whit tof blak. Miwor,, t)lnie
loqtentand interesting talk. whihl MaElvee of Wayeross, <., Mid Mr. '
was greatly appreciated, by hler hear. oo y receded the b ,ride 'ad
t .r t t. preceded Ow
rag, 'groodi to the tasteflilly dcorated par-
Mrs, M. Ctl of 00la is tile whe w
MR 8t o( MrsW i. Aw vrg wf by Hev, Rivers, it mait dinii,
A lairg crowd met at the cemetery 'ro ptly p p o'lo, k 're rad t
liWednedsay to clean u the rouuds. the diiing hill and partook of a i un.
x, Granidina, Putnani Hall and Brook-' tif per whieh ",d bn p pare
yn were rep rsente, aiid lunch good for the gUst 's After supper tie
work was done' A pentiu dinnt bride and groomn departed for the ir
-was "erd at, on.. 11 0oio. 'Tiy \vill remain liere for
ilas May Borawto will lave i a fw few days and then o to tiorgi.'
daysfor Hawthorn o a visit to Miss the bHlde isa. beautif andtt ac'otl.
,,Webb piiohd da(gihtr of A'r. hod Mrs. H.
', The Alert took quite an excursiolt of t r i.to a d Its iy
overto see the aircus at WVicldo on I s 'ter a' r 'hr
Thursday, The little Bteamer hitsall, jea ri i"" ('"'it. '
the work she calln do; in fact, she bro .
the record the otherday by bringing The Amomit We Eat.
inl 19,50 pouindsof freight il one hloid 1 e .0 .live ioot1yby the (ainltity we alitt,
ip to date.]5,0w)0 pounds has lbiel th0e nor thet' variety, hot by wiht, tIhe sys-
largest load Win cii utlizt', No inmattr how good.
1, B. Miller and wife of liohokus, or Ilient iful your food is, it slarv'e tlhe
87Bi v rown cutiage S' end of tlhe seiasot, So blake certain t hitt your food 4
Miss Kate Mtizelle aid Miss Ma1ini propt)rly digesled by tolkii ng a dose of
Robinson exptec to loave( tow0i on lti (Iree 's A igusit I'lowt'r before or aniter
Ifth inst, to attl.i'td school tit .huyier. lmeals. It will not only aid d ige itoili,
Rev. Julian iats accepted a charge it it will stir thI liver to rgilhiar'haulbit
the lutheran chur'1lh ilt Fit tigurald. sweCOt'ii t.lhe toimacd ailnd jprt'vt -Ill-
I- J. W hit.eliead's lecture ai the 1 ia- sitiutioation. Trial iittlf 25.ic l. g ho-t.
dies' lHal on Friday iiiglht was a inist tle 7-). At .lolmiisn tro ,I '.
interesting alfair. Hits 'Hlodgepodge AFFIRMS DECISION.
Talk" was certainly a great trat t FF DECSON
his aplreciative uldi'e,. I 'lidee ml Celebrated Case Is Decided by Court
the arif hi Iat New Orleans.
"Fornis of itvrnimm nt,' Trulls and it i ,,W (.|t'as March -i ,,it,-
(Cotporations," "-ibor Troubles" and l tio o,. ,o t of a; ppnl.,, ild -y ,flr d<
"Prtison l.eflormis;" in a I" oat lpnster- it), ,i.- oil f li th .i ift for lit
ful manner; the only thing. to' regret nortl-llri district otf Txi't In thO cmat I
was theshortngss of thet talk", As ligtil, of Ith raiei11 l o11 trik t l oli< of T'xa(i
at the end oirtihe le ture, it was o1wn of 1il itii llaitsi 'I'r i ls the I .
to debntohy the nutlIdtnct, but..Mit*ssr, sonl)) m Gn1-1rh1in e.1 l1 ninny anid 1)( ('Chi.
Caldwell, et'llnmi 'ollb s and Waters *;"n.. llcK I'lH A1 id and T.xitis ri illwtay.
all agreed 4hat Mr. W hiih.cad tl ft, 'I1.1 'e ilri. (i.it'-: HppAllllt ld frn'in n,
nothing to debate. r t 1 RIf l'ti 'l i.i o., huh i hh I.',l i
M rea.;8. Lnvid of Philadelphhia is 1he guest of Mf rs. J, I' \\'tteirs, ' ,1 ,'in "I ,','< 51t, it htb. i -t.0,1 w liih
ih tll' I iani i t l it .l' t lf'< .in ( b '-
Moses is Indugtriou's. twtO'i th i1r3in t'iittli.ji d i .fli t
railrul .at l"orft H ftI The C.[
Moises Sherman,. the janitor ait the' rlay l
cOlrt house,.is to say the leqs a uI t, '
tn+du trit0uS | ,,th.ly.y Moeoe bewl've t ,
dof ti11h n"s, t 'r-'y '11 i'l'oiinb| of the
in keepi lg things nice, 'with thflit, re- div .i .f.li hlit f ,h, parties andt
sulu that he is now planting several fti,. .al ,,^,,, and
Sarleties of flowteri in the court ho ,,' t 'htn it 'i p 1Wr to ,ie thaid
yard, IHe. has already go.t tl.. th 'injiu Iton ''tlt ,initt of
graBls and hedges trinimed artist ityt "Th, .i'l ,'witi .i '.1.. t f ', it lh
a, 4tdl when tlhe l1oweis bloom in .their a.tle,, r li,,f fit ir' .'vo if. (si tgef for
fragance anid beauty Moses' canl point whi Ihli t il fi')> i (tw oul.t fur.rinl(i
S with pride ty the haintlonitfdll arden i no .cinti(i ', d t 'Ii tl. i;i0- r tfi.,'hly.
I'..-n the e'ity, if o iii it h l E t F ridtn. 1. 0 i''( ', .imslttlt ..w+ do' nv 'o l P .Il+
Wi. ... re felnc i, 'also being eOnmi truiet,- l oi Is n i fiI. r r f-io _Th ,order a.-,
, i.,d ttltthe c' r--h-tr l T ard i.-t Thi I i f iflr ... . .r :, W
sidsa of aeh'. f. the 'i.our concrete '. .
w ; alks whicl4wi.~) keep the" public off W, L. Y.,.( y Biffled lhb 01 ydc rs.
the grass ~ad prvet them from W.. Yai y ;. I.'adtdlteh, Ky,:
traftiphtig lth flowe rs nnd' pihrubbery 'vria (.J (1 h ad s..'vet v r' of' kid.'
,"MoM'. IfnatiiK .sHs a g'rSat deal of it.' ly ,dilstsaws aId 'th+rC' Ii: .t te' est'plrt
.,. I,.r0|t in .t'hes court holirsil .prnhmisfe's'' IIs ans .i K.rentcky itr av4l. s- '.1i # -
-,:-,,irekfcfd' fit bthi+ r,"1aotT r :"(o- t su9w'.'i., Ith ti.'M1k..'iht.y 'Kids-'
aga:in:st.'.:: ... ,", -e42 lt- and tr o he e: i 4'
n.:tron's o li uhli we ar W a 'le a.g 'ir m"oarintl '. i *glt re ti
l iA ai n a ite| "t o< r < WMoes' bye tl W .. t e (. ..4... *
to t ,ia nh e wheneo v h.:f .'. ,. 'e mi- ,. i .1 ..... D i u ,+e .
i'- iat'i VIll'Ii A e r +..;Mt i r'i^. ,'.t i -

ozviji,, 1-l, writciym. 1w 'ltYi+ pglfl. i1 m+,te's at ^ to
^iBP "had been tying uh.ath q4t. arTvi' tQve5tr t3*e aga ta^pt o
***fpd a rk .t for iotM4* r u*w {; to diptko i4ot1*1 of 4t41 4a1t4*.


Georgla 8tate (rtiomQIOgist Reports
S' FruIt Tree liy Fine C'onl't'on,' '"
('o Oftiqn i

't utday from a trip ,trot h .th "I 'l rt :
tomololge WNN111mtortkN;-we'll Nf'm ot;
Valley ANatet t'nd iks r'elx)rt"regarkt-
lag the :'reent prees an d 'tl p oSeci for the peach1
crop this stnettIr was Bmust outeneourag ;
cr p. ',
"'t heTroes arc lmpvly ,loild.d down

of 1' 0 lt1i0e lt l ,i(ar,' ii nt1 1 hiy I1g tht t
nfl u tqp ui .0tt to pre eit iral'it~n pr i :-
('ut l si pl ct' I an lll salv'. that tli
i ni i;.,' p Or t :';,re t W N : i
Iy g ,oo f oi' i .tc.\e lhlt n iii jbli.. *,

FLAMES SWEEP GCORGI.A TOWN,.


Portion of the Bu s'i3'ss Seotion Is
Wiped Out.
3.1' rl tt'ui Gl, .b t'c'h '' Pirh' l 'iroko
Ii I )1 o 1 oull h a I 'S d I tl l town, i.
e l t< tl.iin'sl"ll lct liiln, ; ii'.' ck Sunl t .
I al l -ii t g, lt', t'Iit 0t i
FI ) 311 inw't. bait' lutelo 1 1 littt yi't' :11
CI(I I ) 11 M omll N I ,,h i.'iiiO i.l niy. rJ'.
I OINI;. H'oiCh MOSEAS' 23'5ry :S.)O",

Ilw)irl I II!. h( lI' gO0o)H,
(e, ar" k."abl '>oy Ty hr.' lof V .asls1i Win ii
T t. 11 i t i 6

IJaIl Deliver y at SdIlma, A1a.

it h1 It I but'.rI:, r tt' tilt'l ir t h I hli .
ltl' th Ilw l Wnl.l "" 'i t11, 1;

.,ON HicH SEAS 25 DAYS'.

Remarkable Noyab6 of Vissels Whiph
R .. Reit)liem Part safely,

c" la h a ',u r.b u''l',v.d, a: r dayV, it.
1if r 1 it his i' 1 ,1' t 1 iV 11 iti lil ay
l.orn. w;I I t i It i ". I i', t' it
. >u i r*t' l c l r i i it, II. I t ii l ;.iil
\iki t.i \t1IthC I).1 0 p in i I'hI .It 1 11|1.
t '(l \' t hII' l nl 'I i 't \ Inx I 'c II 'tI,
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v, lit It p ;oI- I i'iw .I tA l ( n |H+ It it h' Iv
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SFibroid Tumors Cured,. ,

A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor,
Swhicl bfild( the skill of Boston doctors.
Mrs I Layes, of oston, ,Mass,,
the following Iletter tells how he,,. was
cured, after evenythitng:,.:else :failed
Lyda E Pinkam-Vegeble om
: riA, t. .liHi i~i. H-1 V to U ir B lnh, oo (ftop 1161

jment for a long thes ti\houtt Mty ri'letf hey It11lo lV .`ftbiVo
tutor, t ('4AilitI'lO it dowtu withl i great ixe nat iri ti 01 0st.mi t"it.
up tpny pwI.h livo Wherhig- tdabi pItbllotht litbk ih~1 fh'front, '., $1rfk
donm t sllolodn,BtalId i tI hoit d g0l(no OIItfi j tfor thi ti.yra
)otitos t not go(ht I ttiOtt w lt or t oitn y feet& fr ainylegti .of tmnfe
ho ylllt(tll or F t'ilrtd Tiumor ktgvt'In your IttIt,. oWok aO"
Itrt1t(Ily4 iF;. P. lU Es, '25 iD)ttlly St (l I oxbury), ostonI, aSll ,,
Note the result f Mrs. Ptinkham's advlce-al,
though she advised Mrs. layes, of Boston, to take
her' medicine--which she knew would help heir-
her letter coitatind ia mass of additlonai nstruc'
i tons as to treatment, -all of which helped to bring

"D] Ast MIS, IN'l tItIA&V Ill.o l i ap 1 Wrte too yeou (ldestilb
a bo u t tiotl i h | 1pty res ul t I ht,
I 111g ly svnilmp ultb- i 11 w1(ih l ,>i if' ml l,.vie. 1 I lo u iid, iid I foulowodw
101 you, "ir "ct io ar y, d, ... t +o T im lto of I.ydl tU E. hltikhiuii^q V,0tgl*V ,R lhv (',olClintmidl ttir'"
a llx d ,tld t 0li tI1rio.'i-lal r ttib lg', t1 il .d i liy Wlaot o itel l .i:lt |ta l w

"* ls i ,r i t ro( ), I aidvit, l ali wlwhtio h t'. 111fff ( |li' d with ( utiwrh dr or
S i'nin(i< tI(troibl of ,ny kiii to ,to Jiv t, ift fithftl Il*." -, ;g'i rd) M, ts*.
K F, I. LkA v 2 )2 li.lley 'S ,,U (Ita ry) ston, MAhs,

th lit pinte of Itheflm d h'lt uI lapplinotw hihlch ylt ly l P ukhlni'ia
i Vegetabhl

,,., ,,, .... ,, t Such 'Htiln nty houl l \ t, erc t l Jll. Wal olif t 1iil ll ("o vin ilg
"i "33 3 .. 1 '..i '! ,,"'", 1......' W thtmnl h co l( ; 1 i i..i,,li l. frInl uhibn'+, t Vr l'.'tt5tlo -iti Ifo tin l ;lMiti,,
t t i h.t I I ) f 1d tuLylriFh it I II t WOitln 1h rt 11'41 ) IIt' O10 (ltl 8 1d ul
it, ,II .. I It t. I'6, t '.'> ', i Wi>.!' W ithlo la -it id l it- itldy for all the i gl'it,4f1J4 r illht o l.'.wottin ; tllt ,
33 3I' 33" 3,I, ,' l .i't ,, "i 'Itt it ovari:m k tir ifltlt:,:I t l jltt- f ll i;t in t liotu 1,; (i i l in gt-, alintft and diA.
tl ,,, Il tt '3' 3111 it' (14 f ii It ] hit.plt rt',rli d i t t m1 I|II ; t>kiii liri;, 'rvgut itsl d t slf, wep dt ( ind p lst full
;s : ......' e ,, n 'to ihti, s rid. ithe VOtlu inid itchu, t-a .of I tm ttt ml et .
,,.,. I ,l ,I n tl I:,1 1,., i,,l te ilryWa t d iln y lpri( i l d h thir m.wpal rs (ecan1lato e n l o rooth i for dl >ubt.
,t.. 'a .. .. d :i ,t ,tlit' it- alrs hthy. ; rr l ,v e ov A'tldrssi wvill-glhtn lyl tswear a lly luthrI
t i. i.pn,,ri,, n ,, t I .i .,.iv whih H kwo m ril for fufl.r lldtn/ i ain0toril dik t.her 1llik u.,
. l, ,in ,. h ,i t ,,, er graltude o Mr,, i'hkham and Lyd i l-'iItnklof'y Ve .ta. ble
I,,, 't41 <1 oH". t,,, w i o i ston dW Hion r o'l K in i oti d tt h,,- rifi th, l t h oh tl ikh ls no0 ltroili kli tLO
HA, i l,,,u: P ,,, l.> ,l, ..,..M.,r t reat > fi r t ,io ti dl .il un t ri.,titt frh,1t l ht00h 1nd 1 h) ppineme ,
nP?+) i-,:,,, is. L o kt t ,at l it LydiO !K l0060lnk'h.: Vegetable Com,
pound t6u i6 4u1ring ", ialany womI4,4 hand no othor Idhclno dono (dr.
A Physr,.,, Wrto.. gt thta w h tmn om <, +r tigit waries two 8 1 yl } o m ethitng e ,


gre-at. tISI' to n itol' t rita l ing 1551-5 of
. t iriim li' n n d i lt.ml win (fwoifsi.* il I1i r for fwilyl' PQiubli ..fito I I ^ ( hgilu lh l o oli A, 1 ,0 m p .
dyfts r li lrl i. It l., i, lil fo "u fs Pr roUrU I 4 1' ilimi'illit


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S AinTEE spect our stock before buy
Large stock you will find son
We always keep an Our Prices Are Right.
I- es kf c 9 "

Go t ens, B -aii SHIRT WAISTS and SKI
t Ire1Aetc is k Boy ad1nd
Children's Clothing, Shoes and
Furnishing Goods. We Always Carry a: Com'p]
S ES GOODS SILKS V
TO OUIL OUTIOFTOWN DOMESTICS UINENS I
AI TROnIs. .-. (OVEN LOVES ,
UMBlElLASI, I P)
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE Nt UMBELUAS
PROMPT ATTENTION, LEADERS 0


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SCOLOMSA ABANbONS PANAMA. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
O D d riin i virit6e1 of t0he6 pow er loi Itti'
: . coryor Ma0Nt efltor .oo rltys es"o v.d in we too mou or of the City or
cover L.-oT rrite ry., jlvlh otel1orl, 7dti, unier 'lit Orilnnalo s o(
EXP T3,000 ''GOOD 1 1 i '
t w York Ma 15.-A lFr h ol i t In ast ald i blio he lis dtey ri Illed toA.
C te iitiet', which lits just .rrlived at Co- ," to ~wlifor M i,'Viti< < c, l he l follo
Li rose Will Observe T'wenty. l broil tlh n lews Iat the Colom. o'neOvlial. A n .or-wt
1irsty lear Of S dayso l : lr o oeuwan is lltnlly d e- n Mars 'i'ul,
ml1to if fro anyf 9 14 v4) nV itt to "! cot One TAx AHsexor,
.... ......| l tif x LC llector,
SAPT PARKER A PIONEER oal.

APT\ PA R4K$ A P l0N E ER aId aone pon nt at Pan unm a and ,has n i ti t 'o su oo-o ore o1welc.oetit o1l.i ce .
... . lbl.t,(t Iiily hi'i hrtei ntt.t1iiop i It T"iree Atolieri(n>R e01thI t(o ,eorve or I.lie torin
I t ot t 9) t t two xW until tlocir i uooo ol rls tore
las Beaen fo* Elghteen Yea s Superin- .tch tih( istilinor )lltfrl'. t rt r il total ilm i ,t
e l'l 0lli to io g l ol i toolo o r lo m de hlol'n 1O olt Ito
e.a' dent of the School, a. n Feels Ninl li d rt.e C'oloi) n i soldIers o lo 'teol l ti i t, ir.)l i F i tlon tll olt
ilttho ol' l,,,o,,. i S Il'l0ll dd tY, mod 1), A,' Iiooio rtson.o,
i'eroid of His Record-Program Ar i re noew rll Alrlio n g llr o 1h )g tod e 'verl. ,t A ( :t i, llllo I) IIy A tlo lln o f
L hl l o.rh' ,e" ll fron l ..the, Ioi yIn l(nsnr1itm1d P.0 ir ~ ll ol s, cClt r
Ranged for Thil Grni tOcicasion, elmi titi. til 0i i tl, "n ei ot t i ''t 't ,oif
W it 1;.4 ly 1:oti l d H i el _tt0 01 t sv;0 of o ( s ltsk
... e : o theL mo st l omportantlfol n tiintloUi way to Cnl i tio i.til tlo diiy 1' .trlhi A a .I 0 o.i,
the thlll vhig village of LuadroSO iloo t Colombian e x11le1on ot) Ai.otto L: ,t MaHll or.'
w ill exp .rlictci for oinion timo Tia litlol con taltsthg of 80 teni. hal I i: to se' ,
will boe the .hobI orvanuct of t ) l n oll o lillK d to rOlullrn to Carthag.eti........a .............a........... .. : .
t.wun ty-ltr~ t (IIlIlI (ri that p( t. -A- M ERIOAN -
ti sy of tte t, o nti amn th .O
dayl Wil t o, itoo i otl tho For ih. l r O M.o r l th, 3 I, Alat t, Ahut-
day e tar iaoottio ilto F liP t of Chilnso Kt., writ's hoe given alo h
tlt l ionildlg reshllit its of that soitlin, dr i f Ior c Ioil and fo or x t m li st ***...
ihas einjoayd th ll() io(or inil d tistittelin 'fo r yetar, atid lt nd it tht t tilt tvirien di- 'i'h \
,to be sluporl itet it ,oft hlt suliool- cia ver used' 1U1llke aoy 1co gh
riOtled f bolhant a[ rig fil eyruto, it co ntlls no opitio, bott St, ill t
r ord i of wh icnlu hIti tot ri, orl .t soo lh ean the a ol et atly dis' ase of the cL
pro10 d; .t r tbroot or I ttgl qoickeor than tny othlr EaytoL War,
S pltail P l'tirkr is anti00 ipatling with riliotldy. 250,e, ( id al t Johlnttt n Rtaini \/ Nopresasursoon o
: a grtat dodal of t thiteri thiS occaion. .wi lros. sieverest y ltlpsorilaci.


lif lite i.iirainged im0. iotoresting pro-
gr an, the trtilN)lie('s to gblin prompt-
aly t 2 ti'look in tl.h i fitrnoon, Hrv
N, B.111 Pitorniti r, itl plotor of 1Ihi0
chllurh, will deliver thOe address Of
SwelPnitoe, whon I)r ,I. IL, Klleyy will
" t.spiOduid, Uvovrornt 0I1ttiniligs wild Rev,
O Citritoltlhmr NIluthtmi'uot liatav beeoo tin"
vitted., b)ohl (i Wlioii will t oi f l tolit -t
. tond'ad fnior litim octisfti with itt-
l tire.ig ntd i tpresiv c add resToos,
S k: Oaptati larkner is ditsi0ro of liiik.-
Sili tl h i ahli uttoeios ito in the history
S of.:, o La rOH it, sa Uid xtii it oodilit ,It-
S" viiattni to 0the plblito, l tme who do
attend .e ao or ed of.ai i'joyAtblO af-,
. otriksoon. "* -o m*
So SSeet tind PleOltX in Taotstel
"riC. Vo, terson, 6Ptt4tl oo L ket at,*
ika, i.Ki]t1,, (>'ioakirig of lliUlarn"'
Hrilhoaiind Syrup, yas5: "It hat
ianvr laIled, tu giv eoullroW stisxitioln,
Ind of 1l touoUghl retit tti ny faj
h(yen6i thaint it wiln do, slid Oir if doni,
lhlat:i olastfind for It-to itpedily ltire
0 o0oglo or oeold; and it in so iweltit antt
.Sio ple [slg it tastI'." S i, aitdt *L

Orand M04t"'-1yniit Visiit Cpt.0i-b'
# i ','e. I 'n., St t :i4hrt A.
y1 &,1 teo Atlan!t, agrnd l 4wi tst

~b lo unit: No 41, -,ul loa oueo I
iioi Atlatotot inli w0ll hIo aoieS
si't OoiioMl,ot,, f.00:, the 1 5 id !,W .
('bio ; rth ie:to'ro a oInt ittleo,-&

1'ii '?^li^^~('*t]atl~t~titl


P"Ilt D1)NAN) 1A YE t,
ATfTORUlfE AT LAW,
( 1.%.1 N tKo Iv 1 1ot IIA
*aiit-* oll your oity property, (ihi.
proved anld .'initmiproVed), plpsxphatte,
truoking and frrmiiiig laind; SeWd him
a litL of what you offer for II, W J214Mi
A J DACOSTA, .
Surveyor and Notary Public.
'Onv&ya aliIng a Npedialty.
Olttite lit Hsident 80tI iEluat Main
Ht ret I k tux 81-.. 1,4.04
SI, -. A ,")ElRMA N,.

ItU(( ll r in osetaler4i Aldemaui>)
Over thiton A .Ota, ank, Gi


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No understraps.
Never oveO. J


FIO OR SALEI BItY
11 S 0N It I O T I HI E S,
hu t t.o at FL, o A.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL R'slI

World's Fair Route.
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MARCU AN PAPHIL,


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TICKETS


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CALIFORNoIA,
W.X8H INGTON


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traldlate r Io es ouosl *n AND tO T IHR PO TS IN 1TIHE
lO'ns 5S 1*toemreie lts u ~' .WEST. AND t NORTtHWEST,

btsul lee ,r a ie r
**:For Oit i o1..*,l"a b 4 All ia.

JQIEN qs u^ ''*;: loretusto '. 1 l P 1 ELD D MILtEJI0
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Ixcoor:Epox aitoa1.
E.. E. VOYLE, M1 R.
Abstracts of Titl and full iniforniatiolo furnished regarding lands in this
county. ,Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles. "'


FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Rpre-
senting a nuinber of prominent Ameiecan and English coppanies.
REAL. ESTATE AND CITY LOANS,.
GaiLes ille Florida


The Alachua Cnty Abstract Comiy

4 'iALNESTV ILL, FL, OHI'
Our-business is strictly confined to the various detail incident to the own.
erlship of land, and we have no private or personal "axe to grind" in connection
with that business. We make a specialty of the preparation of abstracts and
take exhaustive investigation of titles. We Tepresent property-o aners.in all
allatiaters pertaining to thel iwessnient and payment of taxes and there
demption of outstanding tax sales. When you ieed prompt and reliaIbe ser-
vice in our line call on or write us. Notary public in office.
B. R. COLSON, Manager.
lAs. (GAHAM. President Oo, W, Hyma, Vide-president


THE FIRST NATIONAL BAK
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THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA CO

Capital. . . . .......... $50,00 00
surplus and Undivided Profit,.. .00000)
Does e tlusltvely a !snkBlikt.buslneld,'Itss, iL f( thltee!eq .v n the
:tib ae ooouti of armert, Merchants. Gorpo "0,- "- ti i .,tar oooi$
bh ystoecl, arrangrme e h. A I .busue rr w iiis




H.F.DUTTON &CoC
COTTON DEPARTMENT-;
AINS.E ILLE. FLORIDA


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T "u DAILY SUN: GAINE

QLIT.CAL ANNQUNCEMENTS
.s.-n.t,,de hi~ +A., e .aot.. e For Cottnty Judge. "* '
y Wordit, v e, abi.itin ii 'n D ,0 t hereby, a+)ei I tnlydol a ead l-
4444ionals ya in te n i.oe. awye, .ate before the Demlooratti prluarty of NOT1)ED FO
tor,6I ,AVANCD Aniioouitnt Alt Count-ia ,O l f or *.etoi 'a
over wsi+tyord .L:. County Judge. Having diiiarged my Tit O
duties fairly, honestly ti, bli4mlartially
ittl..he pa8t, I pledgeii my honor to ni :
For the tieslature., tiinte todo o in the future, if eletedl,
Sreby announce myself a ",ndi. bndihall bt very grateful for the s tp-
! for th6 Legislature, stbjeot to the pot of the Domocratlo votl. of 'ithe Best piano t
ot Demootatre voters .n counIty, . 1. 0, ASON .. ae limiltt
Ig primary electt* and re- : estfni
atully-hetli t h rt E s .o rnd and w. OwCitns:, w.
ROBJ^ ,, _. I A !i.,,' i am ocaudidatatfor County Jtldgte,
S. iAd beg to say.thlat in the past a served
o the Democratic voters of Alachua yoi faithfully, and ask you to trust mo
aty I respe tfully an'nounoco liyself againilaslnii you that your coifti.
iAdidate for the Legislatiure,. anil delce will inot be betrayed. I ask for Sold b
1it your tupport I, [ill abide by, your votes, pledging that, I will ho
action of tiler primary truie in fithful as iin the past, Yoi ur
J A. ROI)ROOtVG(ll. ,ruly, J.A. CAAMASN. OVER TI


Solicited by niany friends, I an- For Tax Assessor.
unce Iyself a eandidae for .ei tre. spetlullyai iounice niyseif- as a
tiUVe-trolni Aialiti-oiiunry- illri t ieludidate fort h. oflleeo of rax ,wssssor
et Legislature, subject to thi. l)emo. -of ,atlh il(aIilty,, sublject to O )eplI
ratio primary. If elected, tiot mp('- i!
.le of Alachna can feel asiireid i hat I u at i i Y primary. [l 1>vii0g li 1en j-i.)oi.rit-
heir interests will b)e welll (. di t 1o lii O alit he il xpiroiltpintl i of my
en care of in our next Lgislature prdecessor, I now ask tneybod pwoplll
hd I shall especially exerci my i1- o Alachual ouny ifo dr hi r upport at
uence for the .eiactiitnit of a vagrant I tie il iotl ll 1 iii y power toi
aw similar to that iow in l I l( take a falthfl I and olrtelelnt iIntslortl
orgia, whih has done so inuclh o n1tdQ cc)make a more prf etm, of tax
orgiawhiebor probllem in thlu S to hooks each suteeding year. lRespect.
SeA. U.-1borprobleli ll fully, \VWILIAS \V C(IOLSON.
Sh For Tax Collector.
i-Ihreby Ba.ilillOenil`nyselfas a can- hrey aiiee ysl a ndi.
idato for Representative from Ala. hereby inoe mys|lfIt candi.
ila oelouity in the 116xt Iegislature, dite 'for rv-noiniiiiatioin i s Tax (Collec-.
NiUbject to the action of the.1Duinlcrai- (or of Alachua county, subject to til
*piiniary,.iid solicit the S luportn of Diolnuuratio priimiry. If I am nomi-
iy fellow citizens. Relpsotvfill. lnated al'd eltetd, I shall faithfully,
.. e 0, 1, T.I.L... ('onsi!cielthiously dl coilt.onlwly dis.
Fora Clchare ru dCities incuibout on thie
S: For Olerk Circuit Court. ..,. ,re (lsll tolii you 4p.


7o. tO 'he Democrats o/ Alachul (olndf :
S. Asf the State. Executive Colniitiuce
h a elected the 1QtIi day of May for
Shlding our primary e l heit1, I iertby
announce myself 4a aa candidate for
the position of .Oirk- o the 'Cirduit
Coertof Alachua county, aind 1 solicit
ntit'only the vote but the sutipport of
my friends to secure; my iionihnationi.
It. elected prontise to perform. thOle
dutil of theoblloe faithfully alnd fully
nI mnake thi promise kuowiig thor-
o'ugly what those dities are., Thiy
ave already been learned by exlper-
eice, and- trust that all 1)emlaoratic
oteers may consider rny appeal iamuak-
l their seleotibon, liospectfulfy,
SAM1UEL II. WIEN(.;ES.
- .i l~ epecfull.y- (iiln)oum ilco illy'lif t
"ididiath for Clerk of the. Circuit
urt of. AcIihia county, mbl)jct to
i Mil aitlry, aid, sol icit
oal0 t DIilcrtnits. Iaf t ilht-
e I shall performi thlie dultis of the of-
if o to ihe blst of my ability. Rik-
s petfully, J.. MA.X Y I)ELL.
For Sheriff'.


petotfuily, W. I). iiKChIjaSON;
For County Commissioner.
I tak this inethod of ainounciiig
ilyself a caritdiate for County .Coil
missitoner from 1)isttict No. 3, subljvr t
to the D)einocratic plriimary, If elected
I shall srve tlhe people to llh host of
liny alility y, cXern',laiiig espicia) c. ro iii
I eiiding ti taxpiiyter8' niolaty
IhiwtiorM Flm., Mari chS, t i)f.
'heli friends of IM. ., Slauighter liu'ri.
by iiiotinoi olirnii t i a caiiitdidlaln for
(.ourinty ('oidminaissiriler frnn I) istriit
Not. 2, to ltlieitd (iiounty 1.Caiiiniii-i(ii'
(-r Thad l Ilryiaii, who. litimtiiellCs,
that fie aiwill nt bra 1 o it l lndipi for re-
hleclion. If tlicetd Mr. iS.lauglhtr
piruinise la full 4t1i faithful iii a iniiii.
trahtiii o f"lJt l tlTauirs of his (listrienl,
and askA lhe sli pport oirf tih Iiiloi rul-
ic voters of tli i s Uilricl.,
For Member of School 8onrd.d
TIce fri'indsoNf (liit, J. A Kting, ip-
prcciat.iiig his liiriternl q alidih+lltoltti i)ns,
wrrtli and ii t''g.rity, anilutitet 1 iiiii hts


b Ithe I.mo)(:.n ti(-f(,; V (iiir/., board froni district No, 1 mulnt r(s-
1'embr.ac tlhis method of exp)rossing pecttfulIly m)thiil itisjpi)it of nil who d-.
my warnimest alprIcial hii for lio (oin- sire an honest l wi al-i' x rlnlitlirur fr
fldence you placed iln n in. l(. land c-'liaOlity school ii'iiil.s
contiinuusly froin that, dae to this ,
and Silnierily tlrustl that yolir eO iill- A.\ the r(,iquist oif mlly frininln I f iim -
dence has not bnein I)l, rayed. I i itve nom(i c iysilf i ('lliiidatl fr lor linlli-
endeavored, to the 'i ry- best of my inittinI for inoiin h r iof ih I11-rt oI r
ipbility, to do "lly duty, regardless of Publi) Inst niruclion from disirut riNo) 1,
ipers'rons or tile iluise iH'(nces to my lind (larnlostly solicit thi' voti and in.
jelf. HloWir well 1 have u(w-eei(hdd I.I tliuict' of all 1.iemooriltat lth i pri-
cave to you to jilge,. I hlavie b-eii inmary elcr'hlcin, pledginiii s nyslif if
noouragedt to belilre that mty eflor.ls i'electad t(h do all that I cain for thi Id-
arve received thie tiaproval of thei- leational iiieres a of tli; coility .
eaceful law.loving citizens of nor It. i. WE Ks.
ounty, for which I wm truly thinkftl.
,am in gain a aeatliditiio t h fur lhe f1 ly retqiue.st, of friends 1. illtiil>iCtl!l
I SheriffT and will apprecinto your sup.- Imyl l a orididate for mimnliir (of
*Ort, and )brilnie,, if re.-tl.ictd, to re- hliool Iihiirt'l'friii n itftrirt NI, :. jIf
utime my dtultles unlfttt-red with ilny tIl, ied I will hl>itlifhly ll, t. ii il); r'
romise to li;' tial f aivo rs, ai ld 5hllll en- tiilly dic'hiM rge thie dut ie t (if tlii O itf.
ettvor ii tlho fiiluiht t s in tihe post, to lijei to 1ti c l. lil of .iy t hiliLy,. I r1
o),mydluty tihe lu-sl I know how. rininiil- peictfuilly solicit Iti. nfliprI rt Wi 0li
i lg if elect i rt lor It-ft-Ahd ldit to hI -t i Iht)liioarats,- CII ACIILES 'I NI MA 1')IN -
Indidate for thei' rlltRgee again, l ettfully, I. W. FENNEI... - -
.......- For County Treasurer.
I embrace this in', hod of itlimoiloing TghT fri il1 of W. t Ift:1lrt' o.,ln a,
y3telf as a caildidiatt for sltwrift of this tnount1,, hiim kii a ltidnit for ri "muii' ,-
lnty, and respt-etfully solicit ,,voLA ion for IhI oflienlie of t;oi !ty lre(asuirtr,
't the nominatio1ni, th coun ifty pri.g 1iL, ee i ) to the D i or),,,oiri priiaryi
Imry. 'Agtiii thftlkiKli my cCr(inttui.t d1j ll Ihit pjerlorrnucl lthed uit,. ifr lire tef.
ta for past firors 17 :,,'petfIily, i in a satisfsery inatfillrt a.. by
.. .. . 11 IL A l IeriOt'rratie prole-d.elit ji e getlitf-Itd t o I
'."" ' 'I tst H n'coiin a iod I I' i


1 announliic' inryplIf wi candidate for '
eif' .of t Alaichili .llinty, ,itisct. tA iO' 0 3) I. LtS;,
t .Deu'ocratic prituitry . tf eted. ,. : .
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NEWS O T F CITY AN"

COUNTY ONDENSED


SMatters of Oeneral 'Interest. Oar.-
qr; ed by Our Reporters.

PEkbONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What Has Happenedand What ios Goln
to Happen Told int Short"atagraphs.
$o That "Hie WhoRun Flu ay R d"
it i i ,Thi iSun ,:

lt]4 newspapers for ialel. at The "mnB
Tie Sun iIs laon nh.nt at the Brown
f W ".'. nted ifeo :ilnsurat)ce fgent. I
'Mantiiagor," sBun. -. ..
S'J. J lephlonsoi of High SprilIgs
"r atialmi thim i city.yea te'rdlay.
by Smo'iMi.iH' VOindrfnil Salvo for saleo
,y 3'i.. W. MeCollumiw& Ao. ' i
CO ty taxes minmust ha paid this month.
:look oloseApril, I d-21~
it. aB Q Wi^wards hna returned from a.
pe slleu trip to. Mlcanoipy.
; Attorney W. SI room 'iade a brief
Sproftlonal trip to A lashua yesterday,
Tuaiur6ir lrewer departed yesterday
for JaelisOtvllle tmid iaavitnnialh on a
.'busl nbess trip p
Mrs. N. '. I, lajamin or Micanaopy
itad t a br.jf viOit to friends in tits
Oity yesterday.
1 t1 hbe.trt Pildgott welit 'yestorday' to
SHtag(e, whare hoe will lptiid it fow (lays
with Jlionaa lilak,
V, Tuiirmr an mi mm, Harry, of
llroiison were timiimg thia v litmmrs to
i'aine'evillo yyOsterdity.
Thnotihy ilaley of Newberry, former
tjustoie 'of thie, peoae of that district,
was hin the city y(eterday.;
,; .1 li Mqionald la Is saotdig a few
d aysal t varii0 poihlmta aloig t'he Sai.
wanneo river on bui.ess. ,
S Miss 'Trixle RItteves, ohiarmming
young ldy of Alitohua, mitad a brief
lvtisit to lthlis.ity yeste lafy *.
SSmmitmel Pottaway, a 'miaval stores
opn rator ouf 1 loy, was traneiltingbul ,
"i leisn h1 Ulthiitvdlh ymsiterdlay,
After a briet vsAtt to lis family inl
This 0ity, J. 1.. imm;l uh ret mirined Ito hia
,business at Alach hltn yesterday.
Misg MuM(taiitii, a olharnming young
lady of Molistosh, made a brief :I0t
plasaaiit vilt to- Mrs. 3, B'od iford
Sii'onday, : .
p:i .aMger ocarriod f atrmy *mart of.
thw toity' prompt and ouinrt!cs attoti.
:,ati.,". Rhln. up *uphMo 1. Robt-'
shitr od. d2t: ...' .;': "
S:,'adgett & laBak, nliavial tOre oper.i
teors of Hlgu,;.was hi the oit, lty oni
Ibul ilekai liM O tt ,'ay -_ ...
| 111*4 ,L]attie Ktox, atdlrmiitnsm-youmm i
Idy of l'Kirkwood was a miong. thoe
iho favored Oaineltille wits a shop-
t Vfii YON'yi 1 rs :"1;'y . .
lltg vi:'t yesterday
yesterday. (or poiit itii Chl umin.
bI~ **aty ot business for that trm,;
Rt19 4 ig tho se wIho paidd (a1ea.4
iket l;Moiday. :Is' i ?earta
"I of toe dliPti a' thi :.t'oi0
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leave your orer;,
MrsI .trtpr arind dabghteritn-la
iMrs. C. t, CmArter, were in, th heit
sthoppitAg from Otrayesterday,
KisriJcaim( d, a prominent py

w5. 7'eetrou r of Ro chelle w at
:a iy y llsterd y. A m ongot otn ey'.r b ln. s
4wasrp^1wlal of his odberititiop'toT
t. .The ,^ n.. :':i; ."
Oth. hqnapo said intereetl alttje


Mis B3esie'l Haile has returned ,to
visit to her mother, Mrs g o hael
Halle, inI thio city.
Ing a trip to XwYrk B andotn rmn1byi
steanieo;r will alive money by corre-
apondung with The Sirn,: tt
Nor Sale or Rent-Two-story 8-roim
'house, iOr ~.orth Pleaipant Stret'. Ap
Iy ,. V e it yr,, J. Mxaon,

fo rfawthorn, where he goes to look
after his property interests. ie owns
a handsome orange grove ne4r that
place .
'Cholo strawberries ar tte at last on
thae market, but inasmuch as the price
is 25 per quart, the newspaper frater,
nity are ats yet unable to vouch for the
flavor.
Letrge Landrress of Fairbanks was a
visitor to this eity 'yesterday r.
LandIesas i now engaged in ,logging ot
Newnains lake for tlie Esp'lnohla Luin-

W. i.t Thomptoi, sexton at E r
*green eemetery, is 1tonned to hls Kbed
of those whose loti he 'lia,:in charge
unti hle is enabled ti resume his
lator, ';,r.. 1, 'l '
Q .A. Gassetto p Bell returned to :hi
)home yesterday, after a brief visit to
this city. Mr...(.iawsett is one of the
most suo.essful:l young planters in that
seetiolll He is also popular among his
aao iat.es, K *
Satinel P.llolies & Co., brokers in
tookk, grain amid cotton., Baldwin
block, Jacksonville; Fla., Spmeoal at-
teitton to Jocal securities. ,,Refer to
iy baiik in'Ja.kaonvilthi. Ordor eXO-
qtited directly: on loor ot Now York
Stock Exchqumge, 3,dtf
Engineer John Larson of the Atlan-
t10 Coast Lne passed through thie city
yesterday on route to hi l home at
High $prings. Mr. Lairon was for aIt
hurig time rtuinring between Ro.0hullo
ind Hlighli Sjrings, but for the past few
weoks haot beoi on t lih Palatka-St.
I Potersbrg division.
Aftor a pliea-Snit visit to mh r anmit,
Mrs. N, I). Philllpi, in this city, Miss
Kato Jordaii departted yesterday for
her hoie o In Tallasee, Ala.' This
young lady made inally friends -while
lier0 who regrelted .oxecedihigly her
departtire, but trust she will favor
theim with ihotiher 's it iinoxt seaon.
A force of hands wereO engaged yes-
tord.ty in removing awoouplve of heavy
ioftes from tie formierotilces of lCush.
1 4an. & H4ill .tiothe iw 0iia.rtVr ofthis
hirm hi th.e Miller Law 'Kxchinrage, Thieo
saf* wlere' unusually large aind heciy,
but the vwork"'wat atioulniph lshed we'll
under the siti|)eryvisi.n of A. E, Witt.

OfCaptaim J. .W. Carter of Micamnopy
wae transacting bllmiieesait (aitevillo
yeateralay. As has been sttcd before,
Oaptaliti OCarter has a ot teirat for tlhe
miniiag and delLvery of a large quatn.
tity of rook for jetty work at the
St. John river, .nid is emp inyiihg a
g. i( nitAnyo hands near 'Arr dot dd,
where toh quaarries are located
R a. d This. .

W. Hall, eat 5ri.- I spen.. t iot. ,t
yerThim our idty uaud wliile there your
rettesy was reeotmnaended to ue. Af.
ter trying several other, physitciaes,
tlUithauNd ine small bottle of yomur
iteedy. it elrted n. 'te tpetfatll

A Teste. Wonitr,
On. e small bottle of th TeIai Won\ -
der, Hall' tlret liso .ty, eursi all
kidney an blaider trowtlW, trmove i
gtravl, our t, diilaboete i'maelajt ii i-
tilnoitkl 'a.td'i lam li ak. ...:" I,


the Gahadille iaeahl: Orehard Coi.
PArO oas a buitels i lsito'r ., hi city
yotesday, )4r. TM ioyoBtts that the
imrnwsareti0Iar4$os,th Ikipany io ia
sirtlrjilei hariw4, magaphold them .;id-
tioa oit (tbweathe a tatillsa faora'.
isle tby e:ldwitio o tbvts w-s


ALarge Cowd Was' Pseukt to


A ReQIJLAR LOVE FEAST,-
br, Strouo eMade a Few Parting No.'
ctlon and nks Was, Rendeei
Hl-R-sotiuions Passed.
After &eriod of :,good tdiig er19
,t ending for a period of six weeks, aqo,

greatest literary, religious and l,
tubeoiioainesv iiLe hasIever enjoyed,
aitteto aio e a lao:ast night.: t ha been
a most sueeessfl period from. every
point of view, and the fact that the
people of'o* inesville appreciate the
.eBy 4.Ya Ot9s of Dr. Cla-enee EB
strouae, through whom this has been
toiad possible, was demonstrated by a
i8ing vopte of thanks and app eciation,
when the great sea of faces before this
distligtshed dine waved their hand-
lerohlefe enthusiastieally-it might be
saadaiBmostfraltically, in recognitiofi
of h( i u Yoinplisme nts,-Te meeting
opened with ai tfew farewell remarks by
Dr. 8trouse, which will receive fuller
recognition in tomorrow's. issue of The
Sun. Following these remarks Dr. J,
I. McKlnstry.,moved t rising vote of
tanks, .Which was responded to eager-
ly,... ,Opl.I.. Ei Webster made a few
remarks, calling Captain George M.
Lynchi to the stage. Captain Lynch
introduced reolutions of thanks and4
gratltlde.to Dr. Stronse, whidh were
unasnimo ily~'adopted by the meeting,
.aid which will also appear in tomior-
row's, papei. Suffice it to say,, the
meeting last 0ight aasumed aihost the
proportiona.obf 'ant old-time Methodist
Jove feast.
SThe principal attracuon for last
n!'ht was the lassion Play, 'wiich was
beautiftilly rendered by Mrs.. Ertz.
Bowden, of which a more complete
description will be. given at a later
date. This drama was accompanied hy
Wonderful moving pictures, and was
indeed a touching play. Mrs. Bowden
is a lady of rare attainment, and a
pleasing and impreasive speaker,
We regret that, owing to lack of
time,it will hecomno necessary to post..
pone a more definite and deserving
write-up of thie last night of tilhe
chatLtauqua until tomorrow. ,,
FUNERAL OF MR. SLEDGE,
Laid to Rest Tuesday Afternoon in
Evergreen Cemetery.
.The remains of Mr. C. 0. Sledge
'whiih arrived in this city from Palm
leachli at i i early hour Tuesday morn-
ing, wi'ro interred ill l' ,rgrenm cinoe.
tory in th' afternoon.
Tim funerhil was held from Kava-
nanigh- MtMthodist thiirchi at 2;:30
o'cloickV e. V. Carpenter olil-
ciating. The attendance was large, _a
great many friend of t-lhe der ased
having iios,'mbled to pay their last. re-
spiecta. TIhe floral decorations were
beauntifiil and profuse.
The 'deceased being a member of thle
Odd Fel.lowa, time. Woodn.mei of the
World and the P. 0.. of A ., repre,
sentativhes front these orders attended
the service. The members of Genter
Lodge No. 11, .. 0 F, weri, present
in a body, and the.' funeral service at
the ciimetery was conducted by them,
tihli beautiful amd ixapreseive ritual of
the ordm.r being employed.
To the bereaved wife and elilldren,
The Sni, with other friends, extends
sincere sympathy.
'Th,' 51,o hasa thme hoinor to aeknowl-
edg. a caill yesterday from l't4edamisi
J. Fu(teh W. Warren of St.
louis And II, E Strleklinid of Waldo,
The latter ladles are the guests of Mrs
F'utch, who is mnakhin lifeir sotourn
here very plHisant. They' e.xpei't to
eltloy a pien e at the Millhopper today.
M r, Warren i delighted with (aines-
;ville anda its magtifiit nt residences,
schools anud lpubilil boullditiiings, he de.
: lArdaPtlt ht.oiti .he-- pre tte
little mcatles sthe.hia et'.r vlilted,':
.Georgs' Palhneri, stprirteadlent of


J.JF EAGLE,
S .-DEALER IN ..- .

Furniture, Stoves, Clocks,
Trunks, Etc.
35 W. Mai St.; S,. Gtlopcsvillo iFlrle a,
S ; (Opposite Ominevillle .'ilhtlno Go.)
Furniture Sold Cheap for Cash or
o 'Eisy Payments .Pa'y
FINE LINE NEW GOODS.
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MRS, C. COURTNEY,

PURCHASING
AGENT
AND DRE$SMAKING.

2008 Beech N(riee,
LOUIVIUILE, KENTrUCKy.


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Tr isturer .Knott Maies Remaittanc. of
lsOqnuisitne for Currqit Expenses.
eTeasurer Knott has sent to Countyl
Treasurer .tobtson F V'oVher foQr
4,000, that itamount being the proPor-
tiaite appropria.ion' *ir "rquistio
ter t d4 crlrent erenses on the insti-
Iuoin." Trasurer RoIertso as de-
eiv.yreadt' vmWchert o tyeoprop"er au-
thoJ Ief of the- ,50hQo,1atikirg the,
dprgder e itntrefei etorittd heere'.

A" ong trhe prominent visit o tu
.ity tention.J, .K. PTebmofplnr
Tun i:, wannee loi oty, who elas
served lhi couelty ,llithLfullyr in the
"8tie senate for l' It pstsiyears.: ;'
enaor Peacock has always ea.ie
regarded was to, so the io t faithful
and. opuseientious. mernisr of the
senate, and his friends and eonstitu.
entsappreeiate hi loyalty. He is a
,ahdidat~e for re-eleetiont, tnd there is
lit Jeikubt but that he flit b re .
Attention, Knights Templar.
There will be a regular eopclave of
1igrim Commandery No 7, Knights
Templar, at the lodge room this even-
ink, at which there will be v rk in the
QOiderp ofthe Temple,. TIeiletion
o' officerA wlil also be held. A full at-
tendance is desired.
H. TAYTLORu, E, 0.
A. M. Co uitA, Recorder.


Qainesville, .


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F I i i Portraits from life
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t IMainat.S firsi cornersouit11orP.o 1

I Open Early and Late, .
e Service tihe BEHS T
Famous Contj ital oysters
Sand drip coffee. w' 1 'R teaks. .i-son
I Special attention to sluppers, f'r '
ty or less plates. Special orders,
regular meals. Try one of our
n meal tickets.
Soutlherirnill Phone No. 77.
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0 yards inh Black Taffeta, regular
price 1.25, this week only ......


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:'O yards i.,inch Black Taffti a. rglai,
pri I LI, thiswe $:1... :: S19


at,$..0, this, week .....8...

0ti yrds Pu, de"Soe. regul pre
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