Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 17, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02185
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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'I 0 27 IrIN 8.ILL,. =QR=IDA, ~THrRSDAY 0I. 17 1904 T:,


J t f: t .fll tI ).I "t e' . . y r il.. ..r r.d
.OT' .,.W, .. i:.*. '.:'.' ,is way,. t o tp,"Arthur, .:h r hW tl er lie
FLEET NOT :o

AT PORT A' RTHUR .d aet oa i oicer, of

is Scouts Fail T Fihd St PeteraSbtlg, March -IThe To.


Trace Of Enemy.
D JA,8S ARRIVE AT SASEBO

yors. Tell of Barve Attack on
% islane by Japanese Fleet-British
antier' of Coi1 fo' J iap: Goes
horep-Newe froMt the Front.
I)to, Matrch 16.-It Is strongly be-
l t d th4it the Russian fleet abau-
S Port Arthur after the fouitt
t (w.ai made upon It byt the Jap-
S- i et a-nd it endeavoring to.each

rmatin. of this movement it
taineble fromh any reliable
at recent scoullng in the v i-
Port Arthur ha led to
the presence of any Russian
It semst logical icoughb
tianitta should k attempt, a
Sdivostooe,. where It is.
to setdk thelarget aSl)a, et-
ltlon witth their AtriliOtetl
Saql1adrot1 sad seau* a base'
tlons while possessing ade-
4d deforisea. ,
iopelesslesw of continuing at
thlt- Is matilfest, whtle a ditshi
i theoatock nmig-t succeed, con-
i t-n opilotii previously ex-
.Vice Adnitral Togop Is un-
to run the rlsk of d viding hIs
Ipt squadrho and continue to
the six battleships together.
i sianls should nalkeo a at-
ejch VIatIvostoel It is be-
-- V ,.a'gth throtgli
Y, raa rtatlir than eter
atllasee sea through the Sugan-
Its.

March 16--The sltiiamer bear-
in Wounded and the bodies of
Iit the seaitii:l-,who were killed
t 'Port Arthu'tr fight on their 10
I ytS has reached Siaselo.
T oitlid-t and d(oad were lilef-
.I clpaint In the batth,- btwt.n-o
a anese and Ittinsuti ditst .iolty t.
'i at rvivors tiilito In pratiling lie,
.t tely hterolc attawi oni tilt- Iits-
i 4 )itld tell a story of personilt
C !ticter between a tlaiianew all-
4i itkthe calptai of the Russian de-
sewtV., Stereguschlcihl. \\'hon thle
jptiAese closed on the R1fslnaiis theI
s*iutllto*prang itaboard the cum!niy's v'iN
X0 *,d mot ,her commia.ntkf ItVti j ;,i
it ; ftri the 'Iabin. Sallor anlt cap-
'i 'i`tprang at one aniothier, .ut li the
tiian was tthe qtiulkketr of the tAtw
itd ftelli,.I the ,ltiRustis 'rti0ing- htli on the hiad with -a cutit
'^ The Rlio8utan- .ol eiavoiotld to
Vi-1; blut.i the Jlapateoo tailorfr tlieke 0i'1 tivrltanrd atid he was nlrownitl.
J Jhlii*pariose say thore wi.rt- 221'
S.to.n. the liiusalatt distr-oy-tr.
"lii report of tthe ihiath of .bi1ngl.
AI'(; Min!isawa was prfiatureit 1,10H
u ,it-ny liow. ..,Thai :Jatanti-ti detiad
i laniod6ed4 at Hasicio, and recoilvedl
i. htI l fimilltary hdttrt n They were
aoui'e on funeriil. carriangs to the at-
Nat brigade ::haiqttrt.] r

*: sxIakti March :il;'-The. hrititwh
i lth steameir Nigretta wit.th a c:arPi
goa on 'board for l' ,(h lapaneitii
#tretl-thunt" is e'W!portel athorti ine-tart


Illtuk I'~ M Iarch,-i Il--1 roi a it
irr(ispotlident. of irb -U "it li''Ae div i
Sof t- Iusseian Joc art' itt-n -

r n Iami ot a1101 i r triu k a

r- u4Ot d* ttie hey Roltisi trts. isti1
A oUt ,'-thoie lit t f ivwi : nie.
a'm ha ll t.;f -T o i. bhtii
ot tro o e sn 'pttt- -
Shast.ti b s recildat ,
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saaln g. eamtuers .have .been stink -at -the
ortruane to Portt Arthuir after the re-
liora! ofI the battleship Rotvlan. Is
authoritatively donled here. Thio As-
sic(atted Press I~ assured that with
thi v xceptlon of the dispatch of yes
u'rdiy frotnm General Zelitslki no oti1-
oial toleKrlun eolitaing news of
fit-httiig have been received in t(li last t
21 hours, Several telegranms rt'lat-
litg to the, miovemeits of troops" Iavye
artrivedI. butt as these weor only two
of -ategettc importance, their linpor.
ttipwe will not be made public,

Port Arthur, March Ii.-.All'ii qulot
in the Port Arthur di)striet and tlio
iitws has boon recOived ihl fro rtm th
,'no. of .hie land:i operations. Where
-' mlitovemieuts. of thl* Oipootiegt forces
nt- evidently iimlted to recoitto.a-
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MINERS VOTING TODAY.

decide Whethei They Will Accept or
Reject Operators' Scale.
lnhniianpoln, Ma, li 0.--- \veo hubft
(Ired tliouiaatid coal. tltutlr froitta I'llPo
ylvaill ttto lowa are voting today-
whi'll'h to aceoipt thi offer of the
unith. owfters fiirc. a two' yealtr' slate
otf ati per cent low'ver than the wage
,eil 1 dirt1ig tlie year which clotin
April 1. During tho past .tln d1113
tht tutiitlonil ofIel't(s of Ithe Natlonual
.htiie' \Vorketrs of Amnerica iave' bo w::
'git:t the accoitaiettcO of tulie 1'1ol)o-
sil tind, the niattonal ftllcers have bt in
ilt thli special ll(h1s working with
thl lmn to .sinieire it fivorabli vole
It it is bellete d todily at l'n1tio'inal
iieaniqilarters( thalt tiihero it) no douibt
that .Ieo offer will Ilie aiC(pt*tOd atld
tha there will be no strike.
1 orle ts of nl.hinrnt i thl o differ.
ent fleidij are warlty ili ItI 1'in'oi, to f
following the advlc,,of thi e l ie intltonal
olTi-cris. The Voi00ti will t il i ot, 'liit
atiftrnllon and thitr votet, will Io ctan
vakcfia hore Philtfrslaly whtn l'lli rlo illt
will lie niade lnown. Rt, ports halvi
ci tii:' today fro l t initvlll (I ., illi-
van. Mointyuiitna (iiid otInr Ithliuitu
tii. i tig towns. All predlet i t I~,ir
voli- ti favor of tie iaep!ltainc of Ithe
oufftr ofttlhe oiertators.

WILL ABIDE COURT'S DECISION.

Hill Morgan WIll Obey Order In Let.
ter and ..6plirt, .-
New. York, March 16.-- 't.,li +1-il
lMorgiintiiler inlitt4 lnd thn othv:r Inrge,
holtiel'r of th iiorthern thi.t ;.tletts
r-olilpaniy will. re.)t-t fli tip isl(iu rlmnt
\ itrt d l' c' iol itI letter and i ttl ir itl,
tiays Tlhe Jort final of f'ontntretr, :it
fluiit.ii'a at lim saiti to Ihe tleoh of (tib
tOi oii.- ,-!-. and i, iit. I hdi. -i-'i'.l Nortlh rit
p Het(ilir i< l's 1tM khl lf or in t ikVd <'1ty, .
Nor(hitun Seutirlitts8 company wll',
tas titnit n Ipraiif t}o blb i,. I* a.b lthon(i ;
COntInues thbt(. atrno.t and an 86,
curoty of thhe toaat Nortutrn tu-t
Northoeri and Pat-Ilic cotipIanl-s wi-ll
be ;xchlangetd iack foir ti( t-nufrlotrtn
originally dtlwsthltd. .
' Tlhe off.,'t of -:th! ,iecl!sot, so far
-As tinhe riads Iti qui(thin are concern-
ed, whl not be tutwrwant, Ai, their V a.
*olte, Ialerpeotriit-;o h 6f eperatio' h,
not..t beit! 'e ditult.r)tld; : -.'Tho duiti(t
was mt-!iy in renstr1a.topi of icomiti
itl.y of ownri hlttii of ,thf plrt- of-
tlqr-- fttr i .i :att it: tti4tO t0.i w nttu t (enl
in of <)or .ft' : ow'r it .
S Storm StrikGa C -.tir .
Co i. ort-' ;a ; ark i l I -Tls rtt t('

T, ,ii -t-io y ap- thblt. t4w we- in~-
"tant, ttti (It ':ra blw ;t u tt04
f*ti Tuetim gt'i!) war ptary n-t' sf-

'out V t # r tttrit g4s n it


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RETURN lAFRICA

Bishep Wanut Bis People To Go
Ba ch T To ir lFl irland,
HE IS TIRED ,OF AMERICA

t.laItms the White Man i( Lacking In
Spirit of Jesus Chrla Therefore,. He
Cannot Treat the NegrI~Aoistily-He
Asks Rights, but SNot Equlity.
New Yot'k, March. 6-.-Bitshli \V
hlltti leninintli Dorrick, witho tor the
past tI'll vtars lilti .iteti. tilt, prostid.
ing: bishop of thu- New Yort* dtieso
of thi African 'Methodtlist phitcpi
-loli(h, and tor l the past l yeat ont,
of llt-t inlot nIggIeIotive il antit.
TIen of -t (L negro tiaco. tles dclart'l
that ha. this: tltd ori' Amrite anict til yeanw
for tit- anti oif ti, fitojl eratltfvi(S lt At-
rid. This antnitiicitent iif 'waBie
I t l aldrtessig tho inmb(4 of tihe.
New York. ('onfu'i-otice standd toui-ttli
voiltfercwicW ll) i loni aaiian nw
bishuli t n takti h pli n Uacto0- i- .
Mob attiaikit. lynchilng, t-i thei
bnblinog oft ltugies )aret to( iitielit for
hlilm. ul ihi., and continued
"Fori tvtl yitrM ngo 1 stood, nnHle
dotep :in lloott Id in IIt l eight hiolut eet
th10 Moirinltoc and il Iotittor, aldl the
litid ou f mty comraldot lew lil ponl ii
l et Ithe weril .lalightelred inthlit dt-
f oilt ti f1O tli- Itt tiil.on, and yt'i those Il
tlon, lillttltiiougl we fought tto nito tlho
Arhrthc- ii tila die latlta tithai wt e niti
not ittil.and affords uti ipro
tectllit a. Woi ci antutol bitl, hfitl, i liwl lt
Iatlly PC tho #t,,- atlion, .Thi in H no
country fori V,
1 hi Io not advoilF i-t- l ii. lon, ltl
wie hotiold Mainl iu) itnf ll Oiild iro.
text aiid apprll to thI1h ft w rliul
that we have. loft ito ot, t o It that wt
g14 JUsticr Hit nc we a,( h-lrIo> They
t;ell inc tlits l hiild of CUhrl htlanlty
and .of civillmulion. when thom who
lare .Illppo td mto b(1 ti le ade6rs ilo rre,
lit ll h n "itht ilatt wIl II l- sk I a wo
mil'iU and i Ain l-Uh t t ell 4l( 1 ftilli
ihO ll I lll n iflit'r h r s h aililtt,' \ o .('1nn
not willn tY I,-lnnhliig toil inl ri i>r this-
plil l .- Thir wthil l it mitn -i\ li s- t-
fiiwaiir'd Thi uni, ly man Kiil kll ) il .
' i o ulh iii nil ni ;el iaih d i!t4ll, In t |)lht k
,tniihootd rit-t i m; nor whilt o mif I tl 1hri
rgiitt-. 1 it o id i inot I r i. il equli
Itly ul ailiit:lo ))>lllnU i. il f 0 our ovin
o e'' l. r nliru t 1f'i t I 10i A 10t -t'
ofhi '>t inii i ifil ,N o hillr 1 111l 0141 w illlw
titili has i n hiihi noi r I of ti, prit.-of

DEDICATE STATUE O F iE$US .

O- Bounda y Line of C-leie -Aid ArBen,
tt n 'e
i .NeiW 4 or~ lint ; it; oi 1 ti it i' a,,
t vt of lthe iriea iittu- of i -I w :hristl
in t i- b indail y isiw. I*< *,', hi le tfl
tiod Argentin1': hat w<* th e
ttw i f h ig lltpit i %as. 4 r, no itA, In'

o t K i i,i, i tf. i. t i, r -'
,- T W (it at ionf t t tii. a trti,
diste iIIfa f ....sep-h- a- -u -rh iAth
At 0natita .whtlati~e fo r t n t, ffaitrdl .
use "t- ''|ii f;(ti i tttui t -ri .-t.- irt- m
c l lhti a lt 4vi tli- tr, 'a- 1 ,lai
049a d1e 91il :

I LA' "GiAsilM .NO. CONtSPIRACY.'

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WIlL PRlOTh.CT UNITED STATiS.. ; i ;"
, U.r" . .. THREE ILII ;
NegUoatlois I IProagrias to Purchaoe I
S.,,',.. ,,'a ...,at ,,*Ra, .0 ,. HT RED .

the A rlcail'l eo l ha itt re a ..otiier- .
tuo lihu.t ItfO lo pou Of i ollatleta Ex4oion Of y-ito ap
LUtii Wd Statis. whto the l''ayellnt of Caut1e Lo LIs Lif .' '
$40i, 000 for the Ptnit- ll etyl V itat eulio-
.l'y: property) i.niei, \EXPLOSION WRKCKIiTHE PLANT
o of t h t h. l tio '.u o i lt tl4oi od It .. ..... ....
i!he ithr It Is dmll)tiho to hitve the Brave Poreman Loet HiH Life AfiteN
m altidtiat a .Ilqtdlihtlr io recevA Succeedin In Savin1 The
the le instet!hl o lf ptyling It ilirtet Sct
ly hI tll oflclie s at t' !. i I t pold UIty Girlts- lidilng Vslued at PO ,O0
"' e m glo t ut helll01 I0thl f s t,; thih oetONlii Meager.
wouht hi lhti he, ut s t lte1 ir otwi- c't!ngti,, iMaI 01i.. ifT ;?rhloo par ti!-
lg t' tite I niut t (liai tllst anTOy i woio I-illoOd (id #lgt today
('ill 1t 90ril t i ot o]ohl et, of the in.t i l hpl ioi that '.wrtoked 6
1lhd c 10n01n that t.-.W officOl)4 off tatO iplliitl of (1 ('hlkitago:T T ory love"ty do t "
Od eV t'il ,f4 1 \ to lt ltitii teh d, 'to .,
ii lt" vi p ''.lo oiy1I nw ia canimi by theI S-
Uoi.t ed Stttt A i'blsalohhr i 1h i'i 0t (ton I(ilot onie h1 iolrlt at fty g e'is
Is 4it01s.lip4i that no 0 ,l tiitl .lm Wolil f t )toy plstol 1tipm stored i n t lI Ihob t
^ tllld a t .h"tl a thtnlltteov t.x oO I, ."
A11U~it t hwh11o l t wlielll ir is not 8 ih
neAtct eiAn nto $ o ilt iett i t t y on f hal'A OelA) I l a ll !tiartx o p; i t lK' in ,th o. V .
o I t .f. t. i.rt h iw0, o r ho t t l 'o n it i ri l Iltti l rO f t i0l .ir s tore of
eif tol t toit t h) t ei. l lr ttiiiat t-lii riti l o li l :,
ei hi the ttnipii In t h ~ih i nhll ic 4 t v l ed. t $ 00
tin h. tt ei C o .. ; .. MIutrUlppli Lagiulatute Reiefu s t,
DI$CUSSION O.Q URSTION.. Override Exeoitlve'u O.ibtitlev
--......l tii1Ot, MM i Ms, Masr !i, ).- T
Eighth Alnnolal sio s. if Ac demyi of waR1 a4 l tit d i'l. tl ilo, I tiii ti110. 1 W
1P0!itcal stand Social S oclence. hou itt itn tin4 1r n l1t V.t: t :
Piilhilth it., M' h It, io 'iti I l Q TA llt v.lt h t 'V 0 iViardie ullti 'ofn ltho oily .
if uioxtonal tllitu l i iro r l reN I tl t.insed iSpri'r g Norital till, wll, ch wtl tlim s
l- tJoinogtA;-IjI f < q i loin a I -it I nye tt tmIlny tlfte i!tAl l V
to ;i Avnk ofiln.y ( iof i l. h i t-t t j tlottil o r Ihiu t e' t i o torit i ,lt It(itt ii t . i
selcttt to It ho htiil in-ii Alltt- l land 61 l 1 it i oflbnIet i.i1f the 1 110tlll Votl, to0 De
I T1he 4 tIlioail iIltilrt,, will hol iomtiil I ho hill t) 1 '1 the .ot It1r's vt.o4 4itiil r
i- th it l t ('.t'trliteo r ;nti(,rti In o f 4q tite d to tiiti tt tl Ki w OVaori'io In
'do 'iioll n t it labor, : to p t o .W ilt 1 .1)i4 vett. It litlit '1 vo lt t inrelt 41,0,
Ir' "$ 'oeb 1 Ag10iI t t i | ltelliti conti, tit'tilIhlt to I a)i bill. 111 OV ti e .
of :0. I )ot i t*tt I..l r ift l o'i-r tlr,," tl-eor r's vtot, niot, theroatior,, iU ll
Jotii o 1t41e)t 11ntO61o of Il1i ina (r to pas tfan t IItIow' tadt
itiht'it e14ii t)l.he l ni l'n6i(tin l .nrol.lt oi t h le iebtt a i th l dev vetO wa the Ol
tid triitit ru, .itlattk o will bio dli. m ost iuirltet1d lthitlt, l t oAien place( in '
t;:0-.'i yl l ty noni' of iiltort )l lla i t. ll i th le i t ilartt w It i ll -,

thli.i. t il-hiiHi ti .1t ltit tly ri, mipWr RAILR.OAD MEN IN ll6 tO.10N.
lor >t 1.1.h> rlirrf t,; I, II l illhlrtii, ........ .... .
pi.ii!>. in.t1io dolln, hmliOtki t hK .pil- ittIli i L, arge Attenldahci It Meotttng of 1the
N0 I, V'tOi tti ili0, I'rcifeior F A. Freight Agents eIn New Ow i an ,
I t1, -iioi Ni-w lot h r*t t. 'N<- N e nIilit1 i,, Mlittch Il --A lai'e .
P. i'u nt .(iit it'm) il i t iii tif hli ii, l. h li irt ttttit r.'f t 'u l lt tt tit l Wt all pr s- .
lion I ',it Mttojr 1 i, (tilO tiii K,' ('i i wq iL ti At t it 111 t ol. fiK y 4 ay the'"


......... .' Itg t rAli', -i ion. Clthair4tti 4, i ,1
HABEAS6 CORPUS DENIED, tirtr(lt. o h .he f(rio tr.rt, ilt.itlg of

Immlratiant i CaA e Will Now Go to U, l Frty titr gh't mno t awtllit jti to to ,ir
8S. o8 prmrne Court,.. io rtti. u oh of tho4e i : : 0o, e
ttalr **'i"tct l <,-', :Mitr h tii ti "..ii itt i y t i wast t- ntate- it. n ltt O O ldl, ": : .: Sl;: ..t:
I nitjei t B Kat fh l, I i tt .lom y l gwe ln t lv for tho .t oluisiiIt of i Wtete^.
;'itvw(et t Hitt il 1. is ht e .tItIts iuiiA 14-I( tal rolr, ot tl I iiult will .ilh11 w t ilt i-O
Ifn h i-rl at of Iie.rh iT ittittg ho rl attel!tit "w hill thlhiy ra ii$!0o :,
i *ll. n t ('.til< tft, ipti r iu (aht i tr t. tel isti i b'h htI ,!ii 1..h O ':, ":.: :.r' :,;
A oteu i : i.(,ci -it Il o i.'1. .;4-1 't A.i ( ride.
ati I lii Itatt I a \1,r it tie itilw ie itit I .. -- .--+-'- --- "
Iii tlre ..'Ilild .l. ;lItrn It. i r, r o; t. TO SUCCEED S0 NATO "IWtTRICH
A in . ( ( ii t i t rn ,i,,' l t'R e puntin vi nll , N i b i H / \i :7 i i :,**-. "; ::** -i: l ^ :
lnu 4h ftinat4 .: A ttihtwlo of othe r' wi i t Repo' b1 n 1ut of Nobitr: Wl i l ti it ':''
will de into I n, r1, I r tft l o. o lilr ri -. ward Cottgr*iitmiIt "r.et "
ini 4 of ( itmn igArtioi atuidsatot60t 1 14o6, 11 N6",A, aft 1i.* lft t
tit, 1 tI .i in .tll he iey iite of the tir.l t. *it itt, t ie nittiLtt. M0la t 14i ,ati a- :
.ho I)itn that hley are' t tt ts Otif.-- 1 l.Aintl4. *Otttkftott iI. I k'ital4 J. t t^r Uutted
I- A4- ,iti tttlk T t siA: .tiv t ,
POLJCt AtTION 8A 0ARROU t, b h. t povid''i ot'l uti t 14th ul-
lusl oy oth elntio o .d
:Try 1 MLktLa-l Pdsnr ^..-QV-H :i-dge4-titp5orto ii tther
. .... N mi n ub Meth:oiw.at 'f4 8 (t" thites (tri .iy' sfti
(. ld n li t)d, i-tttt tOi A tmat- ortt 1( '.I* itlt:t .. . -
Sr 4 tit -l i it at i- i 'tW 'I ft '.t li.- ., Th1 ( tlttle,,o t idaite l io ltl4$t ,
it' ttht L e.- l lt ro'b! ie y -IHt } a' 11" 1 Oit iA lti ilrs Il '"ill' w lft a .at
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iuaCn ty t tat

AIN E4 V I LLE, IFLORI I A

itrintl antifled to the various 'details inide


p /fciaR agd in ,,gh$. l Oft o
Ender, a

Prof. J. H. Cofee, Mlss" 1ast Enderi'4,
Sir I have a profound respect for
my honorable oppoxIentsa and 4
my friendsI*tJ be as fair to the as 1
am. am attempting to make a ea ne
lad mnly canva, and. :fairminded
^l__ rprters saythat ourspoeahels liat
High Spring and eUsewi "wer
clean nd free fro personal aus"
This being true, youl have. made a.ii,
take by writing. the article signed
.: "aiet Ender." You shottid have 'been
wiser than. to' have so grosdly mis-
reprelented the recbrds and my acom-
Wh ile ther m aybe.m much thllio' do
not know, you do no4w that I am 'only
one of tlree men .who oistit the
sh' eool board, aod thatI Iould notpls.
': a *nimeasure without ihelpt There has
not been a vote taken, since I became ai
member, whero4hete was a lssenting
vloo, Tho.e law '4gules th, disbu'
mento qf toi houl' fund,,A thetl
sohoolv .pard hl l ot, h r will dthey vio-
or myselof favoring Or adopting 4

p lu~oa~ it v 4 1 t,
resoluion that wili force uto pay the
sub-sahool debt wlth isoney that bq*.
longs to the 1 schools at large, or vlo
vers you ,atisata ,tha futiots and, the
same : the uase in il'what you enl teR
a bout iimy ppointmet': otle 0 sho6
board, and the heariy Pe.tltlon. ynou
re1; r to,
l am iSorryto 0ee that my published
platfohi Is such a "red raeg" in yiour
ight. It i s alusing to one who kow
you as I do to see that- yu ae laolo to.
| avMe philosophiotl hearin,t and such
a telstcn equilthtium,
It your letter y0ou ttehnpt to dou1ie
So'itaimr-ng ato be, anh "itat ondtr"
nobtillig' bVt 4' di'grunitled, caarpig
teacher', Your wuhil 's not on ande artlti
of whilat the ohildren pr people Ihave
1oat, o .will Ioe., The'l slaLris t '-of
taichershav beon o$:,6tlB.!7 in one
yeair, asdtnow that there ius not so
iph to g#liv, atlH fair toeahOrs am nton-.
i : rate. If yoTr kind art allowed to
Slnaltie or dlreet, ruin is is vitabl) e
Your vitolperation will not holh your
friend or diiamnag toio, ot I aln sorry
to ece you are the ntout liplteeo'f o l
lanlder coimMllitti. Ask your friends
to vote for your cholie oo oini otoun of
: I erits, and not My delinirits. It
-. :.' not great letariii g that ihas sp ored
S iou. 1 really regret i.Iothiu g you.
whi : : n ould.not have, tdou, hadlyo l
a", di !lnomt( iore mll"lMily andi d 'sn yotoi
a., aM, which iw od hav ce si.ll
.nt i ;..tio.:: o f. your "h larget,: I.
at s a*.re:tha4t, youfr'COMMittee are
paint lg Zt keep i lthi a eoontrosrsy
but after putting the public on notlee,
I.. m wi:lligtoteaveti the* dA lon to
the : onest vote, I ate sore that a
dec'ient aintI jiit' publq wilt ouadtain
%',:. l uiti a'ising." It is a pity tnone 4
S .. ape itl,,pli i Is ct.i., ful" i'l rt*:: '

Rear. dmir;al Q:l 'NeI tti ed.
4"utw 1 It-,n rch o i. ,.:*- tr Ad.:
m:t,: i '" h. tli O'N ii ts : IetltiI d to:
""' a'ny on uni teiii '"of a 41 ". wain tht'i o

' i torso and! andg.ll:i et n t
K t'. ',i:hea .6n ati in ..e.ti to of t b prh
tnitod Iltiates sid ltt)o flh hIN
authila tel 4 hi tserc


e,. gr1 "KItd *l Q r
hitted'tilArlr I M t MteI shot'

hl u the .Iir.r with brok* The
B $ l bt in: la!, ,tia)y


r Ai ttnttimery, wbtoh rsu lt^e
ARS a4et1s 1 ^ I4S11 ,4 lat


Sold by All D ruggists.


OHARIGO0 WITH BURNING TOWN

Two White 'MenArested anti Placed

'AAmereioi.s,' a., 'Ma 'h 10. -The'
A.ineicuis Riht lirattry has. reeveod
hutry (or~s ls 1i4proceed Irninedlately
by. seiechll triln tto Pretoti, Webater
co!it ity, to). pIrot( t tw h htte oIn
Holitry 'Morian .tnii 'Stiney Hlarrell,
fir0o lylchi i tll ht e h. ads 'f:1f1d iithrl
aited c it t .en, '
Ml il lA wflmt lraat.d At litulay- morn.
it,..c arois vl:li..'' l burillg b trfhe: town,
of Piosir li Mollinay. It' In h ilfi he h ad
freely (,(imtrestd:tltr c rtilh(or nd linij)i-
natt, hI-' "iaQiiWsln, S dhiie. y I laliTvl,.
whoiti hen s.ny, Yniployod hilit '1to ri'
the nttllnligs. which 'eautiltcd In
tAwetpjgii tl:,l tlOcn wtay, atiid (itillT-
lug a lohs of $;10, o -o
blolt lhtui'tll iand Moirgln t Wiln lii'-
t'tstlit'" Moniday, iod anr' 'it .l''estonfl
F" oi'tigl thi men will eho lylioled,
Jitdg'e i.,itttiejihn hias orldered thil
i-
Alit,rit'ia inltltl ii to tlhe s t u)t .
Happenings From Hawthorn,
Hlawthorn,.Marchl 10.-We were vis.
ited Friday last by a delightful shower,
which was very acceptable,
Sl. I). Bryan returned to lhis work at
Kend rik Thuriday,;'
'Misltti fe StringfHltow vilt' Satur-
dlay" io0httcrS, C.,. iving retilvel
a tologratn stating that her sister.,
MMr. Davidiot, was very sik. .
Quite 'a crowd 'fromn h re visited
I\aldo. last Thursday, Hiarria' Nickel'
Plate Show being the attrat on.
(Gus Walt innuibi'rel on the' bik'
list tfs' wieok,; Hils miany friods wiih
toe eehiolhn t agail o001,o
Mil i!nai Danihtl, who lha been' aick
for three or four days$, i ou t atgaiin to
the delight of hier ueatty frinutds aitd
her bieloved'pupils, '' '"
tMis Lto.at Liftlhdalemvialttd Galiues.
.villiast week .
Ms. e. t., Bryatui atid little dauh.
tr h orttlooe hof Otalta, are expected to
arrive heN thite at of t.h week,
41S Liatile S itokes returned to heor
loa tie 0tpnitille, after spending the
week wth h*er aunt, Mrs; T, R. Waits

.i fl "." o "' .. O...
t)i0'4 IaWn4oV.ii iw'#0.k ....t. 'to
h1tr w s witohisiola, to thO regrd or
'lie MIsses Me'Kinney of WlIdo s rutt
..vii Mis, ,Mary lierkstremssr.r; L4


Wlhat Stttrf, a brakemantan of
ttiason, >i tOha;, 'whs'
'rheuinata, 'I1 tased atay re-

t mv t 4')g As. at whiho
tiai s tne to'ria or fhed
hItela00Waitt Am 9as abl to 06to]
,(*0 ^1N^^


hnng tax ales. WN i 1 4 p pt at rei
V ~ ii;fia eAI] ;on; or write us, Notary pulfid in et .'





8 .. R .CO L O. M a t. .. .


SMAILORDER ,-HOUSE

4 full quarts fine old Rye, express prepaid, $3.20.


21 ':
All


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4 full bottles Rich Hill, express prepaid, $4.20.', '


goods in plain packages ift desired. A very lar te
-stock of barrel goods frim 1.65 to 5.00 per gallon.
Full line of: Imported and DomesticWines
W. BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, ] Lh


MITAL WORKERS TO MSEET

Philqolphim Selected and Mproh 23 is
the Time,
Oil'nati. March '!'.-The o'.i als I,
of the national tiMetal Trades tasoel.
'aton caled A,. convntIton dy to
tin .,:at:h and 24.
Qt, ltion-' af#ctthl the wages and
oetitui otdlitlio -,, of 'lighty thousand
mac~hitiaieit t ehis country will then
be wmi rlt .'.

)One f t ei 'uto.ti Qberived. t i
iieu'it ., tiiiaHtrl'age. feast is that of
jit dlug the. bride r;i's e a s ver bridge.,
lte !tvldt't faiitierj.liil :. w IIftl ',terr oen to
'. tthl:,; wtldo!. he W1il l. e two ro'w,
'of silvle vy insl, .a:t 11 h10 0d ;of which her
inslmid atan il i eiid rceye er inito
his r, Tli Hi tver' bridge typifies
the wiilA ith vi wiich lier bridegroom
liop)s to itpoih' itoer .tifth in: ilfe

'tolos '14i int h16Ad iiti pas soon very
"N'o" na," vreo Mrs;: CittoSloel..Biitht
I't wi.Wt the: boy' a n It. wasn'tI
lx wBeksa" b*ii'ore he knew to. i'ut;hr
:ore about V how 1,o run thli ,!us'iess
tihan lte ian wiho owited I filt tt ithiV,'
gt jlois i ind Itlahged hi."
l UeshtgtntStir.:

"MMay hnav' sWitll, thit 'If LOOgfteUow
were itvlnj today, he could not sell h is
poeis,'" renu epl the girl with the
nok.
"I'm sur' of It, replied the anmateut
poit, "W.hy, I lihave't hbee6r able to se-l!
tilhl 1--I 'hl d lpinlI H cord .

.A little boy h ii h iv-liila. Sunday
llool, whtvten t.lkd, to toll something
,i !oott Sblomon, rplied, "Ito' the 'man
1;:;a kilowed till." t"'
'rIas i loiton Girl.
".Will you lii'ry we1o'" he asked
"No,"' replied thlie 1toson inullden. Btit
hlit, dild cpyly; "I i Inot endowed
t'itli 'iiurdoul piliowet'. 1'1t your iqes'
tl 'pi')irorly.. Ak in*i iif I Will become'
your wi\foe" Phil.ladl'lhi Pross.
'Hu llIlEitan( 01J.<'tliOn.
Mi's. Newly blessedIl1i t you ( ertnin-
Jy dtloi't l objet to suili it wee little baby
its tlilt ? .Innltoi' -Oli, It nin't the sieO
n+ 'it)ii, iftiiiun It's tlOhe principle ouv
tlhe, lh iig -eveli n
"'r m i e .. mlit.
i.t i'9 i ilglty t iolwn ,itpn."
". h t, toui def, anid he never
ttell the. brier' nntli he \a through'
sltiviing, hh"."-'.l'fe..
A Phyalclan WriteS
"I anti detrous of knowing it thli pro-
feseioni au obtain Herblfe in bulk for
prOribhing'purpores? It has been of
great, use to "ite in treating case of
dyspepsia brtglit 'on .by' ilot .or.
ovtwo'rk.. I. hale Niver known' it to
faith in restoring ithe orgiipnsr rooted to
the ir htealthfu activity." 50c a bottle
at Joih.son liro*
it n. wi rki .'
'Fow. teople otisld of hobot' and In-
tlhinsn' not ttxedl really live without
Ti 'wh work wlthtMt reilly lv-
log iti.i miucih mliore ninterotiam,' includ.
tgiiig. s they biltoenilrtvia nistd sait-.
t'wes with mIore. th ben sil Oill chtl-
.. rhi thfe.,L'irfet "y ,'w1en ';thre EHtt-
heit the lamb pha! walk togi*ttMer ai'
the rtMh tihluaI g!o owtn t.fl e t i>U ~i
wmttloiuutt aed .ip.. b... ige with thi
t:lstr,.'-w<,.e ball al mloubtls! both 'llin
ulndw o' rk tlfe.'
"* t, r g , .' 1 :
The pif nit. t at t iett day iablia
Phil May, f artist. tuYe ttraii
%oh tl itttit;ito story. Jr, Tapht,
the inote. i that lie eantti a4.t :


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Jacksonville 'a nd New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S, C., both ways. '
The Finest Steamship iln the Coastwise servicee
Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE eand All Ea fits,. .
1 O, angat.Charle n

Southbound............ .......F... rom Lewis' Wharf, Bostot
Northbound............ ..From Foot of Catherinle sft, Jasksonvill

C OIve St. Johns River Line
Between J'AICK1ONAVILI. aand SAN'OHKD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francis, Beresford (D)eLnid), and Intermediate t
Landings on St. Johils River
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
Le-ives Jacksonville 8:80 p. en. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. '
Leaves Sanford 9:80 a. i Mondays, Wediieslys stand Fridayst
Vs appoibit6d'to pail As follows; t
Southbound. U 1:1. U No ) bt .
Helt tl dowtl SC lU Ui Nrtholl,
Leave 81:80 iin ............... Jackson ville ......... .. Arrive 2:0w n
8:45 pm ....... ... ..... Palatlk ... ... .. .Leave 8.00 p 11
8:00 anm ......... ...... .. Astor 2. .. .80 in
4 :80 am 8........ ...... . t. Francis ....... ... :00pim
.r " ... ..... Betrsford (D)eLtand) ... .. ... 12:00n'n
Arrive 8: 80an\..... ..... ....... Sanford. 9 .:0110am
10:00 a, .. ..Enterprise....; ..........' 10 A00m
GENERAL PAS$. AND TICKET OFFICE. 204 W. BAY ST,, JAMCSONVILi ;
S.. 1 NMONOi 11JR., Ast.G Ps At., 204 Westl. u . Jat. cikonie. E na.
W. ",O "MJr,.FrelghAtc, A enr, t"a d
A,, HA OU iO,_ln Pass. At, New York., CL.YD IMiL.N {(e, Fr.'At NewYtor;
'General Manager. General Agents .
Cbesebrouirbh uildl ne, toi State street. New York


E BAKERY :_ >
it. T, SCIHAFER, .Prop. 1


Phone 1i. .o. t .x Halils, Ion0, !le, Pipe Rit.(

--INIu V I L E VA vo S B elpnlBg1)P, fi t i
I cat U- Is. .th a
OHIOFC BRtEAtS CA0'ES a4 PIE.S Bought in Car Lots BSold n any
ie. Ever y D5y'., quantity.
Oeltyeret to Allt hrt ti quan ti .

Get One of (Jr Vataloueu

Baird Hardware Co.
GAINEWVILLES; .
ot.r and Truck re Oir





ultM:, BY, Raatr-,,

A'L 'ALAa1LA,
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14 41141 WO~e BR U ,,r ave ,a oVW these o t J2N.0.f
t AfG tWhBs tfl0t rd .tafe ttOtHiF 8tookton (perhaps they are laubsi*
Van~ o~f thiseUle4 States ~or usitaa, for ,1.E
a ir-Ite ad'vano,. 4e') fcontitntue, for ladit of material
*1) 54'ertsatiq bWsovows d 4t0 e fr u qitImmie crticistm of$enater
t ppe nBfnE Oof tsae ert ds.e aftelrttBfbrst 4l 1 a erro, 'to repent the nclekt
40palAtedicenwa4t. Pkrties, yi t ap gie 4.rg that" io4rer to 'gratfy tho
V e wi s recsrts4 p *sverdstgi na 4. liquor-seliitg peophe violated ods-
*ina1 Addr, TUDAI Y B tom tin th apptatppo ent of yomnt g )f a
___________________________ on 'of B J'acksonville 'to a navalcadet-
- -~--' '- 814p. These ne~spapere kniow quite'
p POSTENUS 4 1ROPOS IT IQ ON 8,wothat 8enater Ta iaferro, loas
containedd in a g l e"a'Aq last December, took the trouble i
Oontiue lo~ oreu lt~tert0'I~hto explain Ins letter to The 0 )"
Qoverinor nethin o in song out to &r 6e ir 4peof tat oa-
ndivdual voter )1 tate foowl e pitee, sh he frmr
it i bI shallabor ,o, h Co s om o had' bee04 changed, by the psa Vl
aconb ress.' j ~ t1S-tate dademy Othorities, ado that n tao*
the rght1 a4d y o s all Swamp oo4ge with offilal ietrpotionsf he
atd overf ow laotl rantli to the l nom iated six ontetantga for 0t6
i s" fcfi 1880mi +^ --A t '1, 1p qe ta hpstt M 0no of460n1 0, a wmroun


raIpp6, orga4 and Pearbon. The
1.Rstsilngle item was a Iequest o
the inte ArisChb worth of Bolbon.,
AOf $ Q,000,0O for ijndUitrial school izt
that iy.Thle next larges waisJohn
D. tooketfileor gift of ,6.000,000 to
the RIuit Medlo)a College Qhougo.
Following that gilt comes Androw
QOatrnee's donation of .$4,000,p A, a
pensoiion f.afor ae6il orkors ano ihe,
begtqust off r'ay Ne'
1, 9f $'Q^(4^000,Q t* 1Hal^r,4. ext,
|Q order b PIMQOP th4e hatVi t.X1:t1.



Or cofnitort, no Irrntationt of tho to.
fe b"i,$11 d itets pBZ it, toro
biaetujI clekn~lW, wlbe. a w


: M 0,'i!A s Us.
41 COR1 RET Y WRITTEN POL101uiS
'" ;Wertbo' LE11ALITYo? POLICY CONTRATICTS
.. nsd.. .ero, ,.P, PROMpT PAYMENT: oQ LO8SES,
We cover these i 'portant points and respectfully
soliefit a share of yur bu siness.

F ire, Life, kcident ad ce

i. :^'1' *-- 1--Agents for the--' : /:/.

1v ordSafe ,ad Lo ak Company

-Tie "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties conteupiat
ig the proehase of asafe, or ay thi$g in that line ,
From a box toa bak.l vault, ll saMe motey
'"," ;,:' ,"by consulting us. ll O1 n or n address, :iad! '. .


Information cheerfully.furAtihed. ;GAINEV, LEi, "LOIDA

OL-


y14 t. LOt* wns\ 1 n1,w nScrers
ae 1la1le for h0omesteid (Ih r

7 Q 41Si paanA))adti1855 phon
states to Whi wai l ierflowed
landli had been tntrd by th act o i
1WO, for sohh lindi of that chraWtej
aILIhadobseeno14D prior to 18 5 and:
Wa$ip l another Iot in 1857 bonfirming
a o ;w, mP' and overflowed
4li that had b'eni made oun er the
act tf 1850 up to 1857O.an the -Oov.
rnor easa how the 1e0i)lolt ttheit
orl these laww*!:ltbring.' othieSh t'0,
.one million aell of the indemnity
Islands or any of6ter quantity thireo
(Or has he just got "mixed" concern
'ilo the ef fout of thes istft aiotp
Ca n Uofyerrior J nulngs OxpilF1 Juso
how a lotinge iii the ethod of select
1 "g sw.iM p and 'verhlowed i and-s to bi
patented o the State under' the ant o
S1850t itfromfthatt requirlil' the inpec
tine of each forty aores which is now
in fote :to that of uslog thle surveyors
f '. eld'tes -wihidB dWcrib o1nly'thi
: lands hlklmediuatel. oth ouoo f11s to s
4dlIt&ino of two nilloo aoth reg to t
tat; s i dblo dooal(i:n or allny the
bttalty, unlea. there existed a i o or
the. purpose to e. t .th.e ..ite
tai by, seu."ring as swaip a~n
o;oerht owe ld a those wtlich l::coul
nuot,'i inslepted, be clssed as suchl
rhe be. millionn areoa l of l' tlser
veye lan" which: the governor ia
have baen "rscentrly patentott to th
4ta" Aalthough lhe does neo explain
how they 'boultl have been geiesced
1 irst bee astro yet pres.mably lb


doral- feht ita depti. If rally unssn

attltty of % biayy uahlus ohe ita;.
some gig*,nle syadleat of capitatist
clot los ihtduced to tttra It o,oa mooiet


aoeUnanson,. whoge falsfty waa long
ibace exposed.
MoYtRS ON BOND lSSUE.
Asks for Additlonat information ras to
oW Bonds Are to be Paidi
Ed4tor Sun: As the day oCt for the.
Dood Eleotlon" is near at hand, It
le ties tlo tn,( I .. a... lye In i-
c rd that warni vot. i.te.llge[iily,.
No man in Ge neaVgle wonId deny
..t. tht th ty needs money to tmproye
Sthe condition of her streets, but it ;I0
not clear that the proper way to pro
-vide i is by o additional isaue of
S20,000 of bohds, till it can be showni
that we are providing for the pAY.
i.meuit, according to law,,of the $40,0(X)
we still owe of their old' isue
ro i thIe Information givey by the
i qityclerk In reply to inquiry from Sm
SJuan, we 1nd that thIe bound, or sink.
Sihg fund, Is at present 'overdrawn to
. the amount of $270.82, simply to. keep
the interto paid to Doembsnr 1, l008,
b aFnd lnot ai dollar on hand of the
, amount Whilh houid. be kept scredly
e to, ay the prinelpal when the $20()M)0
0 comeB due 0iven years hence.,
* At the average rate ro two thousand
dollars per ytar thero should, lie' ix
' ihoustd doliars'aid by to over tlhe
. three years that have palsed of ten-
year sries, and as we have nothing
laid by it follows that the whole l$2,0 0
m init be saved during the next seven,
. Whet ia the lunooy to comie front' ,
Our prieisnttaxee are as high as tho
1w l =WUlosthe'ihuouoe to Asaess us,
aI i.sl see. that we arel about
0,Sl?7.8 ( behind the gaine at the pres.
.et time; AReitnmimber too, that w
P rhas to provid0 $2,400 additional an.
Sitmaly, making $tl6,80 more to be used
topiy interest that will fall duoe dur t
, inl thte seveye)ars. I Al maybe he all

': tn, ov 0'ipo, rTY oV To-
eFra ink J. Chany makes oath lhi t l
o ia senIor. par~tter of the A d of ki t.
. Oheney & Co., doing busines* in the
e .ity of Tledo.l' county and State
I ftoreoalA and tht ald .tn will p&y:
r eobs 'mfr. of 9N1 E1NIRlUND 1) XOL.-
e 1.$ for h se^at.i every case, of
y Caa.rth tihais onot be tred by 'th i
t i '. ." r O :.


t i g (tt*Big f ar- ii l
3:0 ttlo0, m t i t) li0 U i iiti ,
2o ''" 4t. ,Plin .u t.ams trin.,
goS5M : got or p)|iJ)i.,
Cit0P NATI, A o by Draggll .
k "ir*tii n pso wripIr,
y ceprs. prpajd or



W. F. SEEBA,
WholisAale andhl Retail

LIQUOR DEALER,


Four full c uirt old Moioirto Wtis,-
key, expre i s (prt4 !'qt r.f ...... ,
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Whiskey, expr.'resotiretald
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Three Elegant Trains Daily:

Seaboard Florida Linmited

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


M 0O ERN PULLMANEQ UIPMENT.

T he SEABOARD FLOt'IDA LIMITERI) is a vesti,
buled train, cot posed ex,( iv'1y of 'iull man equi
ment: )Dining, (Tnpartm lt, I)awi ,goo, e l
and Observation Cars, ope) ed( li t
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Aigustine 12:10 M an : 'k il :20 nd
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Only Line Oerating .
Pullman Sleeper'O rom Jacksonville to New Orleans
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write A. 0. M DI)hl I ' 8 .it aoard o
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E: E. VOYLE, MGR
Attrct oTitI r full ioringt furnie read g la s i t
county.' Our mbo r hashivers In thu, county thirty yea,'and
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maeofSa m Tb41hyOn
'iOsatC rtrvil, IP~~t* 0,11,o l M lstuev I lu*
-L diOi t ito later a
GL ONFERENOE Wit' It'ea' wl,:te .

be 14 n September of- in :,^ If a o; ft -
and Dr. Strouis Expects I i 4 a1 4 :vwly ,4 e p
them Effetive-Dr' lje f ratt1 l pt'r .
rOfie Reprnon, Dr. OlLtr8
f, as-Rtt, lhtisr f eare

se ha Jonttalh s beea ,fa I X 40 t U o b
mobah:" ow ev, Sam Pot], and t w p 6 I or
Isabil te xp~s~o 0r1l40 it d ttluo*4I grieas
&uld make bi' a11tidn to 41itnress, It k pep the system
d we feel that,D owe thoroub1 le t l
)loff .1ity 1it 1ra te ,ofe
tli T es hs boo)) Wi~ellth. For sale atdrugatore,
? r. o b 6 per bottle.
( "11M d. efU 1 Jl t ip'U4JU-. 4


has watched the effect of his influ-.
ei-tAh professionu which he huo e
pt'ed, and reinarked to a few conm-
inlons when here Monday that Dr.
touse was a young man of unuAual
aing power, and a man who would
oinplltsh'whatever he e'underto06k to

Bpatthhqe onompanions did not know
.at ir .;Jones had gained the consent
Dr. Strouse to take absolute mian-
ement and charge of the distin,
ished Georgian's annual nmeetig90,
Oartersville, They did not know
at Dr,., trouser was held so high in
0Iesteem of Mr. Jonea that the latter
approached hiu and urged hin to
a to Cartersville, preach the Word
d and do good-but hie did,' with
tesulit that an arriiilgement has
t4ade whereby ith ie eting will
converted Into anll annual .lible
fterence.f6r the Staitte of Ir;aorgia,
HI Conforenoe will convene in S'.tep-
b~rirof ry.year,' and in. future,
hainagn next September, the entire
airwillbe under t he full manage,
itof Dr.Olarence .B.Strouse.
4It ig a fact that I have accepted
e management of Mr. Jonea' nieet.
Al at Cartersville, and it is also a
et that I propose to covert them
Oito a grand Bible conference to be
eld each year," was Dr. Strouse's re-
ly when a-..eportet of The Sun ap-.
adhed him ini the matter. I do
t'byor.toesay, lioweverj that this con.
ence will ot interfere in the least
1 : $1 lne1ville-to the
o r ,wii help the Winter Bible
nohferen, e aind thee haBitalqua herd. 1I
want the people of (Gaineiville to be aso.
,sured that I am still with them, and
'will remain with then i.s long a1 my
'Pather lets ine live."
E r. and Mrs. Strouse expect to 4A4ke
their 'depart ure today for New Orleanis,
where Dr. Strouse will bogin an enn
'\ gagement Sunday.
EULOGY OF MR. BOULWARE.
A Friend Makes a Beautiful Illusion
to the Life of a Grand Old Man.
Mr. B1. P l Bolilwaro died at
Orange Heights Marchl 10, 190I at an
advanced age. .te wasblr))n on) the4
r.d of April, 1828, in Fatirfild county,
8. V., and minoved to.tlis State in tli.)t,
anid settled on the plantation, at which
place he resided iintil his last illness
During the war between the States he,
volunteered as a private and served as
giuuh through the entire war. "'i]H
was a ncucientiouts Demrocrat, believ-
ng (n white supremacy, 51nd spent hit
time and money to acconmplitsh that
end,. HIe was a ciusisteut Mason fromu
young manhood e attached himn.
'self to the ,Methodist ihurcl ten or0
'twelve years ago, and w a 6 good ilim-n..
ber. Hli'e was twiee' irried, fl'r.t toi
rt 8. M. Woodark; second to Mrs.
D. Chatimplin, who have,
; proceeded hit. ito W the
44 e By his iflrt .wife heto railed
*. e lbdren-two boys 'and, two
i of t whom he has gbut two livin*,
I' P. UBou There are elevenr g4andchOidron

ftii 6 iiend, a ''good hutvnd ad a.
iirg fatherii, a'. go Mamon". a4td a
it Chrifti an i.Peace to his as'hes'i, :




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Lemon Elixir.
r ad of Leinnnl,

T.EL(EGRAPHIC DRIEVITIES
-.
Th' .lict 'l It l,( .|t llt) n i dow afer
O f rt'' tl ';ill t(;Iorrdi(t4'y was it

I( lll) rn'i)n '. 1t) ioim ,(. nt of Tlholuias
M lt'C''n~ l ofWill .-;'- ( otlitfy, or linon-
!i hgo luWii 1i4t nllnvmii1,, ,.htiPlg 44Qr
Aw hillu t e e, tistnrn. "
M\ .sfistl pi ( toirmi't mpl iin (i f'
FCareit> of. lfktort', rasR IlP egrily wonll
Iatittr .loiter about 'the town' ha
work Ill the th'hlhls.
'Ii'he, Nw Ortietlln. nArket tor t'i
l'ti :, ilo(sedt qul|t, with 1rll s tin-
chiltise.l 1. 5pointa lower, New VYork
left. oit- to 27 i point, < down
(latmu ofnficftls, in stunithlw 1 A fri.
. an or.u.' 1 iig luie ttili govern l wlii
to .4s)B Ul r(iit'foi'ct'1n4i lfl' 4 to 10.d inl l u-
tinlg lowtl thl, 11nt iV rehe llioiIn
t'o'i ht. V cil' Iayif iJ ek ii rn l'n, (ii.;'
f.leer ohi (t i l11 tldul Al nlim it, (0r),;i
41tolit1lcii triin wri I k.'1ked iat Kowiii.
M is.,, i tin it d vi'isin' iday and ;fi,.ii *tli
Cllest( lm.aI ) for hIilul,
TI' g'tfh e i v 'lc ti 4I I Il, I ho I lii ',i
S I''10. t Oir, ol h A 1 tuorn'y (thI 'L'
Kn.t x, hiis as id ) tlhe>t 1) 'ltno M t'4,) I
for a writ of int111 datull 4 t ) (to4 ;
F'derial iK g e Wing, of O(lil. to rv r
ry out the Ch'ilnese excluiloni law.

A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasant ate littid have niade Chan0berlain's g(ough
IRemedy a favorite with ili4 nmotherta
of small children. It' quickly 4iif.',
their coohlis anid colds il ireyY.ioln
atiy danger of pneumoni iri o their
striousi cotnfiloquciifR. It -not ( ily
curetaoroli,) hut.w wheln giv n 4gooll aII
the croupy cough api pearr witl prev rt
tho attlick. Fo1r stao by all ilriuggistls
THE A -RT' OF 1' OXING.

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tii .ll., i I ltitlltiisif ih i fh .liin lh
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:r' l4.4i, .l('u hntl .i 4hiig'4 vl4i4dv ., '(4II

p4.1't w iAt I t I tH at onily pli'r liii'!', toiI
fl'rei tiiiIe t toiin .i( tih t' e 14t' hl41t gt'ri: l-
141)1l3' it. ,n wa 4l twi.1- 4 ti up 4isl pu ',iil 'MO il l
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Children's Co.uhs 'rfd Cold.'
Mre Joe M orth, '27 B 'l-itlt. Both. .
ehinerIB Kain., writes: "I hlave given
lIalaltdl fjorehoumld I'rup to sily Ohil.
di nt'or eough 6id colds for thil, i. poll
four y0rt, af rindll the't bet me4di.

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b(l Noph~lh ly t N1v1coin ll, n i.i)ito 1 t1 10 I)
wiard theti e othr ai'r wift of hi' t
'im'slness. ''

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S(her fdfli'ds 'rve'l 'rtl t1e.i..' t i l'. '( d,
.lth1 uilgh 44) f144 n1 t 04i 't ar.ltret
ha' O))i '.lforf ;.Sl4 i Not tong
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wilryth y lol4' t\'41 t''o1ll i gt lIght Isi vf .l'
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A 5i4atnl n .> 4s l V tiiil l* 4 u le it R nl
'stii ilo s i t)4 ,44N ) lltsp tii 4 .111 o
.,) .telllg4 t 4,I'to a! v'iiv)lV~ Ii 'l4'V4 in Iti
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(liti e d filill' |i l' rlhih t \ la'1 d ni t
tli h t'oh ll siilI, .' r u4t1. t( i l'lth ,"t'h iS s
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tio Ir ti. eIr phi'sijia'a will advise with o tr all Wg a .;:'cit i i about
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- ---. or Oot~ d.udge.
I hereby annoioon myelt a eandh
date before the Denooratolpri0-ary of
sAlaehun ootunty. for 'ee ti
dutleS faIrt, Ioltly Rnd imp i
yoatue o a th r u, ( itle,
and shall be very grateful foe thd sup-
port of the Deemoratio Voters of the
:ooun ;iy. f H. M. ASON.

It am candidate tor County Jtdge,
and beg to say that hi the past I served"
you faithfully, and ask you to trust me
again, aasuriig youi that your c'f11,.
dencewill not be betrayed, I ask for
your votes, pledging that I will be
true and faithful at in the past. Y'lrtts


J ,.. A, u OtI3B it)Ul.rti. truly, J. A ;AlAIl08iLE.
toted. by' tiany friends, I 'an- For Tax Asseitsor.
00 myself a Candidate for Repro- rspectfii.ly aunomici on lf .a -a
^ fieom h ountn p I respeotfuily announce nmysel as a
L~ive froi Alacha ts itony in thie candidate for the ofliei of Tax Assessor
,Legislature, subject to the l)erlo. of Alachua county, slljot to the 3)em-
ra if eletd ol O Alpchilla ynty, IbJoot to the Dem-.
prliinay.cn f iLel ass ur11 1 (I". oiratic primary. Hlaving been appoiht-
Siteroshu an feil sored tlat ed to, fll 0oit the unexpirod ter. of limy
winter e st 1 o in'or predecessor, I now ask the good people
ao in our next egilature of Alhulia county for their support at
or epeiy exeri n iy n. he polls 0118; wi.lldo all i 'my power to
Sfor to etacmont of vi grlint mako a faithful and ettlcteit assessor
,i whihar to 1 ow n forte i and to mllake a more perfect set of tax
Sgia, which Ioas i( d 1 to t ") books each a lc' ediling year. Respect.
th) la.or prolU. i mhthiLAt fully, WILLSW. COLSON.
For ToxxCollector. .
eretpgoupico ily lof as 1 .can-
.e for Representative from All. L really auunllcl timyself a cintdi-
;ounty in- tle lix n Lgishilture, dat i for re-ominiai0iias Tn ax .ollve,
ctitOthe action of th, Dowooer-it I.or ofAlachhuta .onnltty ubject to tho
imary,and solicit thel iuipourt of ( e;niocrati prinitry. If I 1tti 110u1.
ellowcitizens. oetfuilly, fiiedaid elected shtll' fithfully,
'."" IT1L' \ onsitnioen ly and otiurteoustly aind
c h rge the doi es ilwtUliteit on0 llO
For Cl1ek Circuit Court. "re e it o r ip.
SDieportn oii teof A hutlg s tflly, l.pi 1)10lign I .
6 Dernoerat,;iof A1 ,/io (.-it,'Ir/: speetfully, W'.]).'D1I( IN$QN.


it AsWthe tte lXLiiu tiv.e Cotli llit te
atit 0eliected the'lOti.hday of iMay for
|ifldin(1g Opr primary e lt.tiut,. litireby"
iriinuce myself1f asa caiididate for
t ilie position of COlprk of the Circeuit
ourt tof'Alachua Coutllty, tii'd I solici t,
"oat on y.thvoite but the support .of
Miy friends to secu re o it ioiitltiotln.
It elected I p oliltie top ,lirforlt the
duties of the olfle faithfully ald fully.
Ir make this pronnise knowing thor-1
Stighly what ..those duties are. Tliey
have, already been leAriid bl y expl r-
ience, and I trust that all D)moiolrti- c
voters may ctiotuidter ~ty appel ill nak.
tig their selectioni. t R pes tfuilly,
SAMUEl 1, WII NGOES.
Otfully. tannolIouce myself it
for C f Circuit
couilty, Mlsubject to
aort- ,ie, prinitrh anid solicit
BoDrt 6"all t,-ie1tol ag. ] f oeidt-
Sperform the dutlies of the of-
e be t of my ahi'ity. Ito.
M AEi Y I.)ELL.
ForSheri ff',


For County Cot*rmAisaioer,.
'I take "this methodd of aniUollIIling
myself a candidate iifor County Coin-.
miasioner from x isiDict iNo. 3, subjtto
to the Denocratic primary, if li)coted
I .shall serve the people to th1e btst itf
my ability, textreii$tl.eBpeoelal aIfe it'
sptelning tlie taxp yers' M olly.
Ji, F, T,1l AW'l'iilS,
.ltiwthorm, VIa,, March S, 10(4.
'Ti. frietdS of t. h.Silughter here-
by ,annoulnchie i itsi It iildidit< for
(ou1ty Cominia isloor fromn District
No. 2, to siuc(cetd (ou'0 ty COuillslii on.
vr Thliad C. 11ryinrt, who itnunll ilt s
Ifint he.will not in h al ildiate fur ,re-
tlOtltlln. If I'elt'lted Mr. Slaugllthr
plromistes itt full Aiid faii'lhfil ladinitli
trttioli of the affairs of hi di1trik't,
nid ask1s the siipport of tlOti) lDniinerit-
ic( voters of this district.
For Member of School Board,.
The frioidus f Capt. ; A,. King, p
treciatirg his .ittin it ..ilitlict lion ,
worth alid ilitgKriy, 1iliiioutir6 him it


o. f Vle (.r "1hf .o f c'tic t l < ,ird.idIate( for nifm nhir or thIhe hotl.
I. i. loard front l district No. 1, itlil r,.
te tllhis n tlihoil of etpressiiiHg l ,tfully t licit it mip irl oi f o il w oii dtl -
atst appreciatiot lfor the tonli- istro all oni t i il \\.1w ixp lindiure ofr
Su pltiac dc i i 1 ir16 in IO 1n d county school fu) nds.
C isly from th l, at e t o tI hi,,
,rely trtis, thtl your cIiili- At thll request( of miy friiif I ar1!n-
Ifiot bec betruyvd. 1 l) v riounie mnysilf i candidotc, f(Ir r'lioi.
, to the very lest of my ( itlioni for m bim iillr o(if tliorlluii uf
|doo my .duly, regardless s of Il' tblic ;lstructioin froit dIliriet No 1,
|r, the coiUIselue11 to miy. aid (erneatly solicit tlihe otPe- 01Il iil-
LW well I have iuceceedtd 1 Itlietnco of all l)eittireta asI tthe pri-
yout. to ifidge, I have bie-n mTiry election, pledging i ylll( if if
led to believe thit my lffortr ellitetd toE do all that I ciua for Omn1 oeived the approval of the uatloiail iiitoresits of th0 count -
ilaw-loving itiz.(Ina o.f ioulr II, WEKS.
(or which 1aln truly thllk,Aful,
(lhia candidate for tlii oolin t1y requlet of frietidsi' latitoulte
it and will appreciate your slip- *iyself a eidthkditte 'for t"ember of
Opiroilie,i if re-OleteCtl, t re- ,'heol l ofrd friiii DItrl4tl No, :2. "If
dutes utitfettered with atny tIl*oet'd I will falthfiily ain ipar.
w.o special favorA, and tthall llo, tilly ,dilstargl the dHoti i the of-
i' the future, as iltltht past, tO jlrce t% o 14 tl of iny ailit'ily, ri..
ity the best I know lhow, 'Proti- aipeCtfully lintilt thi1 ltiipport Eof il
iectedor dfaented not), to )he a- I4eitlrat, r iAIESt, MAT N
te for the offl0e aaiftI., tie,. Beltll, Fla, i
f, L 1, R\. FE N N .... .. .. ....... ..
S .......... For CObunty Trealurer.,
Faoe this method of atinounlinig 'rile friends of W It4. lOrtson ti n
is candidate for sherifftof this i nokiie hin A candidate for reuollnii-
and 'respeotfully solicit .vote titlt for 'the ofiloe of county .ltearii re,
ioitlia lh iuthe coinly rin-r subject to he timlfmil imrio primary.
Again thaliking mny, oiistiit,u- He ha f performed the duteu 'of '.th ( of
pist eavori, Respeetffully, 'ice in a Lsatisfactory allatert, anid by
T. H1. WILIAIAD. hDniumrntin i bre ist, x l et aill ti.


ince myself a .candidate for
of Aichbousr tlfnty, *cubiet V
e besit of my. ability, and s.o
e support of itemoiOts., Re-
ily,, "' W. C.A4. .IAGLi.,

ty Superintendent of Schools.
pe ftvoy announce myself a
-tt fotthe.oftie of (fuperini.
I Of Pbli" Ibttuettion of Ala.
iAt I,abeei to thbe Democratic
#1.4 1." stoIdepI't: ife 410pp r4, iatd\Ipr=i,; i f.60 iweted, toW
.ii0onlblt;efrfort *N.. lt'o ar o
i lhlotol li~reits of Uith.'?o0ii+ru


hlitt!etot a of iteh atiabdIoi.


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:tr th'eLegislatory subject go thi
O Vl ofthe Deno140 tie votire in
onig primary ,leotio,, uid re.
f sllyelloit their pport.
ROBERT E. DAVIS.-
the Democratic voters of AlachIua
Ireopectfoully annoitnce myself
Idate for the Legislature, and
iyoursupport. 1 will abide by
on of. the priinary.


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VAttors of G6$n r kliterest Gath.
red by: Our Reporters.

NAL" AND 1OIAL ITEMS
;WWhat Haas: Hle. 'and Whati Going
to t Happen 'Told in Short Paragraphs
F' That 4 He Who Rns :May Rad"d'

laut with SlnhAh *' h 1111,.
Oldne wspapers for sale at The Bob
The Sun i on sale at the irown
a r7'iu', F
0400 W. Tho~mas, Jr., of Jacbsonville

o'rrll Wigghfts of Hague was in
twn yesterday.
Vat^ Lo^ dy life insurance agelint
til I I$ti, k s Df ay Don't for,
"7'g l|gre~ren ribbon.
F a andcmfuloaive for salei

s 1 wn ln, this, j .
Scih ll fse d o Aril. lt.. r ,
4f. i. Smthi 'of Duttoa was registered
t the Brown Hotuse yesterday ::
e'rdlnuld Ilayeor i attendingg to.
ir0fesiionil busiiiess i.n .Jacksonville.
T'. 8':&.,Kollun 'of Hlague was tranS.
Acting l btlsiness in this oity yesterday..
J'I tilo., A. -l Tucker i(,n 'Rolhe(le
S:asavlisltor to (Ositiosville yesterday.
Mrs: I. r, hu)s, of migh apringst
made a brief visit to relatives in this
'"city yesterday.
W. A. Orton. a progresive cttitn
and farmtr of Hawthorn, was trading
in th olty yesterday.
Rouena.nb.r Fokfs, the great lbypno-
ttt .antd ntrid reader, at the opera
1on1se. Friday night. 2t
SA. ilobinson, t s tucessful mer-
c;ht anit of Lexintgton, was it bthiness
isitor to this oity yesttrday...
S Dr. WiOial Suth.rland1, a. promindeit
ph.yei+an' ofTIIgh Springs, 'wa's transo
Tts.g ui.s i f .i h it* iy, yee rdl ayi ,

4 ford rl te\itillWy ili + vl'.t y. iet(r-

W#iv4r ot .h bantwkruit Sti(hk .;( kJ. r
l ,ew rry, wasi'visiAtor to 'laiteswillo
yesterday.,;,1 i1;,...,
.da for MitosahLwrlfr.. sh .will 'lao
Sthe guest of Mr.t. W" I11 t'ih for' a
dayor two, -'... : '
,7', Mrs. 'KLnlg, tiin estimable lady
ti.nd Mrs. A. M. Cdshmau+, depart.

To Neithwh~.-Vrso ta contempt.
lMg a trip to New York ant. etuen by
|a^ to1C wtill.sate m i ,: by .UtMrre

a:ttt fanmwu.ia yet t. and m .ins
*'r, 'at the eptsra house 'Prtid
|i. Admlasiont redned to '5,*0

S ta r with*


A'carioa ofr apssva pasl+ t'rougbh
hs city Tueaday,., It w4A billed from
signed to prtles ..t Lak Oty,
'Judge. 0 ason, candidate for
re-election to. the oS4 e ,, of county
jodge, lI pending a' few da s t j I"
West nd theo lterest of ha
paign.
If troubled with. weai digestic,
Ibelan Stomach! and]t4vo T, abil
and you willl get q* t relef11 For
al by all druggistst, '
ER. T ss -Blis of Ja.ksotUville, the
"clever tr;ivehlag l.' sai.tnal for Pt
& Metatin, i' in the ih ty.< ^ hc
friends. ofor1, B tlis in this s,,lto will
togret to learn that hle is temporarily

A. L. Reeder haB. returned 'o the
city fro OChattanooga, Mrs. l:eeaer
ville, Ky., for a ewrmonth., and was
aoompainied as.far as Ohattan oga y
her husband,
Information has reached this ity of
tho death of Mtarsth Powey, an old 'and
highly respected o ttzen of Loho
whtih occurred"lat his home Motay
H.elf was buried Tuesday, and thie fint
eraL Was largely attended. I rtieneds
extend t sympathy,. ... . ..
after an absence of sevee i weeks on
other division of the system, where he
has been hlrandlingclrous tralai, Con-
duftor LeBarron of the Atlantic Ooast
Line has returned to the High Springs-
Mi4a.nopy-gitro run, fe has many
,riet'd i on thisk oute who are glad to
weloomte hit again'. .
Viola Kadel, one of the female per-
formers itn the Sparks ltreus, who has
been coqnfned in the Odd Fejlows' San.
itariu m for medIcal treatment, doepart-
ed yesterday for Denmark, 8., 0,
Where she :will restime he .tlosea
wi6h tloa show. The laIdy is one of
the stars in the Sparks aggregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Muchmnore
and child and had Oas. Coogle and family
of slihltyiyv'ile, fild, after several
weeks pleasantly spent in this .eily,
departed yesterday for Jacksonville',
from whioh place they expect to return
to their home. They were well pleased
with Uatiewvie, and' peet to return
herO next winter. |
l'rof. Fokes, the hypnotist and minad
reader who waa to have appearedI at
the opera house Tnesidaty evening, Yry
gtnrOtously postponed 'his engagemoint
until 'riday veni(f, and it it hated
that' n 'efteeurajti 'g "Im dienc.' will
groat hin. Th1' 1 AdmitisSon .his betil
redtee(i to t a;lo, nd 7&o. that all "tMay 'attend. ''
A ruinaway tein from th Io country
causd a great 4eaI of eoiteneont for
a .t..om yesterday. The ".ttlhbOrn"
mutle was not satisfied uUntil he had run
the wagon into a tree and party dti.
molishfd the vehllde,atid th last seen
of the animal ,e was nmakinig his way'
westward on LIiberty street with the
remains dangling at hs :hels,
Rad ThN.
S ipruc Pit Alah.,.t,)ec 1e ti89, i J '-r.
Si,. HalU., Fear n It S pnit .la.st
y, t in yuur Jity. ltand t whui.e tt r yitt
rti e dy was ,;r.omiiet ind tedt m'f. Af-
tr tyi'tg several otherr Physieian.,
Mrhatttil"0 0ne 1tll bottle f: yr
rtmmy, at (Bitl 4.ui r. tesecitfbll, '

.. e small bottle of tIh Teza. Wow.

kidnvi..y __dbIR F stonbtls, femves v
e coms dia.e o.. sminal eit*.
*loa,1s ea& an4 ls.tl e bookt.h
'.. and blafddak ia hath mn A


q* A" AV, 4 k 10"V
%rdll d d High $.ohol,
T*tt who ,1 6ow at the Vnied States
Aval A0adle aYt Anpolls. The ftriftdo.
$a'd old sohol-mates .of this young
aS *i be gratified to learn that he
is getHg along aneely at Aiiapolis.
Or. Meprancm k also ehas anotbhr son.,
uen, in the public school here.

rived in the eity yesterday from Cedar
Key and othor points in that vicinity,
where he has been engaged in his pro.
fe'sionial uties for the past ten days.
4 departed in the afternoon for his
old hpme, Putnam Hall and Flora.
hinei n Putnam 01 ,0 y. 'The Doc.
tor'* 'f[iy, "all of t.omni were born
'and reviaed ir ?otnait and Alachus
ospntis, are till residing iAn Vaneouv.,
er,.' C., where they went abobt three
y40 rs ago.
Among the protninenitvisitors to this
city yesterday was F. J. Hammond, a
progresolve t:erohant of Hawthorn.
MrS Hammoid states that the 0ol tion of train e 'At this season is very Bn.
eourtagingan4d that as much money
was reelivedl for cotton the past 'qeao.
son. a was reas ved' for oranges In
1894, before the big freeee The far.
a a prid jpeopl#e o'f Hawthorn are In'
ood shape from ery standpoint, as
thy arenot suffering for the niecesel-
ties of this world.
CHAMBERLIN.JONE8,
Happy Marriage of Popular Young
People at Klrkwood.
At, Kirkwood Wednesday evening,
Mar hi'h, at 8 p. m., the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Irvin Jones was
the scene of a qqlet wedding, .only the
relatives of the contracting parties be.
lng.prOsent... .
The oealaion was the marriage of
their daughtor~,Letitia Idora, to Joe-
oph W. Ohamiberlin of Taopia,
SThO beautiful service was' impres-
sively performed by Rev. R.. J. Wells,
pastor of the Methodist clhrch at
tlcantopy . '
Th parlor and reception ltll wo re
beautifully decorated with Spnnisah
moss, evergreen and .ferus. In the
parlor an arch was made of bridal
wreath ferns, moss and [)uehsls roses.
Over fthe. doorway leading from parlor
to reception hall was a imagnifllent
horsehoie of Marechal Niel and,
Duche.ss roses.
Miss iblarthla Chamberlin, a sister of
;the groont played the wedding march
as the bridal party appeared. The
brldte wa th1 e cynosuroe of all eyes
She was a bon ie '(ght, dressed in
white rmull with veil fafLtened with
orange' blowssoms0 White rose', d'rarge
llueosoms and fori tied with white
satin ribbon composed the bridal bdon.
quet. Trily, t"A d.auglhtroAihe Gods.,
(ivinl'y tall-and most divinely fair."
eh grootni-.a nilnor coMsideratliotn at
a wedding, was:'t tii looking speci-
men of mianihood and looked as he
shouldd, a proud and happy man. The
highest raise' that 'n be bestowed onU
him is that he is regardedi as, an in.
dnitriso. andi ai meit worthy young.
'Miss Jones iis a lovely, sattrtptive
gradd(aghiier of .I, Maso,.Mou, ouy
judge, and has many friends and ne-
q'ii tnaftanoes in tHtis oily who wisli her
a long and happy :life .. ,
..arershiments '*Wre- red eilln the
dinngroore wihee the beaui fully
deopaltd cakes w0.i tbe tliheme of: all
present, The 'filans of the bride amd
groom seemed to have vied with each
oth Mi to who ottld betitow :the
;were many and etaid t well as

Posture omte wb.ti they announced
hthey would4 be Thursday
etelag6aippag.Th jt^t
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TUDIO 6
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Gainesville, Florida.



Dr. Merritt C0rthell ;T "r*
.Tho Ceebrated.. .r

W YORK j CAFE-RESTAURANT,
S m lt. S.,lr corner tumh o( P. 0,
CUtU T ^ nu h1In
ILL VISIT IOpen Early an/
GinesilleMar. 23,and 24, ie
Positively Two Days Only.
OFFiCE Famous Contintna' 4 i'
R 0 W N H O USE. I and dripoe.Weste0rn:for
: Examination Free, sP^..Ia] attention oppers for,
Examination e. ty or loss plates, Speeial orders,
br. Corthelltwillt sl M ine svjIeoie t i- rtegtilar meals. Try t of
ly tt liUtgoiit the yTiyi Sitt ry ii of Olr
etotioee utrnnteed.
ll lb Sprigs Marcth 2i ad ., ieial tickets.
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