Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02186
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 18, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02186
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Bodies Wer Reeoovered From
Sunken Cruiier Variag.,

gTkio government 'Busy Raislng War
- u War Expensea Not So Heavy
y, E'xpected-Amerlcans Re.
i Seoul In No Danger.
ork, March 17.-Rtosslan
0t whose bodies 6 divrs, re-
SlPi the Crtliser Variag have
4aed .at Chemulpo.with full
t the Japanese, says a World
ont Seull. Twenty Japan,
irll carirylag the Japanese:
ith.d with repe, li lded the'
SBelnd them walked two
oi'Ba bearing' w'oattrt"bt flow.

fo lowed the coffins which
aveied .with a ,Rustlan flag,
oht4 ha guig carriage drtfwii
tild of ho n of bltloejackets
thle Uited State.S and Frenlch
S ,.In th0'hai'bo4. ueeediedthea
rriage ahi line,
the Japanei"e residents Went to
raie and bowed to the qeofflns
Jiapanese fl.rd three volleys as.
ifflns were lowered,.

k!to. Maft'h 17--The cabinet. at-
l 'nereiico. with the wilder statess.
and other pooltlcal loaders has
t 1 awna 'for the
(Ill e tbiitci itilioopilyy to
aillifafetitlred ltobacco'alld the
I of a smlt, monol))oly to a sp1i
diet' conveling on Friday next.
'I will 'nvolve a heavy outlay
le pitl'chaiso of private tobacco
tb01rling ('inior is at d m il Slit Ill-
Sbuit the dvi rs, of tthll iivern-
regard -the expeniditi ro at 'thi i
at wise. The n cablifet has do
Alsi ) o o sllug ,'gs itl ls!r earasc Ihi

took i'\('1411hllg mIf 4 i ,l l (s.
ill_ J a 1nd sitl inip txl ai, 'nd i I
tihe at (I itP h)aion olf nt A ta 4i upll
I)hi p cco- a g"(' a un estiliatedl'-l tal ime(rt'ast,
1g to 8t0C,101),00 f Yt e,
4r 'CIity e i ,"i 4 1 hl'on> 1tno (44i11
nt .of hostili i's + to hlli 1 n (of
e eiatlialetd at I y1l.)(0u0u0 yon
a fultws:
bi n arlln' "10 ,lo00 il0 o'y) n,. for
47O00,000 \41 of )f this 5nir1
0,000' yeii has actually hbe.n
S ,i lipelluhling the') plylnent for
Tis.' N isshhil and KItigai, putr-
,broad. Tle governmentall
el r:tti*th expendltutt,'s at tIhe
1ti ch .with '101OO,t0)N)ol yYen
f hequer bonds( tilt el.l; 2W5.
A e from tinh e speIenl ilioids aBll
Syet to lbet ralsedl by a, to1il-
.i. Tile i)xpeoituirte on a,
the war from April wnext to
if." nelthiivef l~: stitJ4iated Iat'
l yen biehl'(- a spoilal wair
f. 40,000,000f. The g Kovern
a1 1. tO Inet the0 expendiltiturs .
lltice'.of 219000i0.tAMi0 yen in'

Y p00,n0 Yein wrtraneon oril
e ktw of the' 'Ykollamh l p> 1h5lcrlptionsl for t11 Ufirst IdI
,dos. totally, *S000l ,i,0 y'n n
dttid re largtity sinsesrlbted
e Iawaliahn hisluiands and 4 an

March it,-A sranw, that
reIding ins $eoui are in no,
Sdleauntaalnd Lt a lettfr )lsat
by tIre locI!pWoano Pires'
|War b d (ta MhUsas)9 its Eva
a utek.tal ailoisary sta.'
the .$(oraai 'apftai, u."de

SI-h war atity d ahit, arisrl onir o tlo I t

' 1 Ssi^^^^^ andl im^ eam' l hM-wil lin'l 'i

blas the ltiajd e errel .nA.n at atChe
o, oit' s supWipoed tliee men are
being removed to Muiikden uttderi tie
viceroy's 'order. Tlo NorwN glan
steemners .Sierstal,; B3rand. and Argo
etatied at Port Arthur since tbe open.
Itngof q ttilltiea, haive killed under a
.guarantee not t callI at any port With,
it three day The, captainI was forced
to sign a, sworn declaration not to re-
Volt' t'l president Rulsiau sItuatIon,

Port Arthur, March 17.-1Everythllig
Is quiet hero, There Is no sign of
.he ennmy. Advices frOm Penug
lien Chltig, about 46 miles north-
west of Wjkit say their Rusiian trooptt
are ihowing a adtrilrable spirit. In
sirinounitlng tim (ldffleiilttes andl hard>
ships of tthe march 'ovr lthel frozen
tracts of .eastern MNtanrichuria

St, Po.torsunirg, March16.-l:50 p. 'il
-CaptalI li tov, of. he Miticlhurial
service, has beenti minmarily cuiirtinaar
tlatlei and shot, for' acting as a spy
in the pay of the "Japauest When
irrmnited ion suslnihion of espioinago
. 4lovieinits .oild Ih lvlov's i oseaion
lft.h no doubt .f the trtt1i ot tho
,ehiiargesa that lIte had lnng been iveponl.
Ing inillttlry secrets to th0o .laptli.)ito,
ST[ho traglv..itory becailam puullic
tl:roug1), a 't s iilc ieft uin en(.ewiteii, In
lthe .lrliny 0r1 n 'l t(.lt y tlhat Ivltov llia
been :, xcltied odfi'nl tlho service.

Seoul,, iMarihI 17t.-Tohe eopl'ior Ill
tolids to leflvo hil, town Ipnlt'e aiinld
rMturiln .to Yiunlokli. his palt1(o in the
oiutsklrts of l.the city. It. wa it. tl 'rSf
that, the lqpion wai ass asitt ated ind
front wlicih thie eilperor (ied to. to. he
Illussian hegation In I189t. i i 'pres-
oit "e,' d0eOl.iee .14 situlteld Ili the 11i1it,d t
of tIli foreign legattolns, so that lI
rerno'val to YVfilbok will d(il itl(eNit r1(t
zriore satlsfactory to the Japatuese
govern' t inut.


National Officers of Union Say Opera-
to%' Scale Will Be Accepted.
IldillIaiill olis, MINrcIh 17. Nailtbioil o11I
fltie r 1of' the LUtiltd Miiii, r \\' iV.l,,r. of
Ali r'iica say (odiy that from l1IlJ'tl"
thIly have ri (:,:iv d from local f(t ifnine
stabis Vl, ii li e'turdnty vohl-d on th h
slt ii'Jct of iler hpling 4.' refust lhe ter of th ie olnliators the two y111'rH
ah Is nleptod atind tlivrre will I t)(,
sitrik ,
Itt ionsi from Central i'enniylvianti
tilow 'imo to to n against a at1rilli.
i(ghitll -n lotu.Ij ill, Linton, l, lild., show
it litijurity of. .100 against a i.tilkit. In
a few lihc1ti tI IndlIan w iwro foro.lga
th; iellsen pr'vaill theree Is a i ariill 'ili-
lorty Ut favor of a strike.
'Tho ballots are arrlvlng' on every
mail alnd will be op(end .4tinorrow
.*niillng ll.t 10 'clocki whetri the tellers
will hegin tbho oiint. The r.t-ilfl
will he mflnd linown as gofl aI (htl14
cutinlt i5 omllnil!ted,

Betta & Co.; .Buy- Forty Thoulad
Ares In Plorida.
LIake Clty. VI. March 17.-4 land
salte inin'iltg $24tW00 rP .conWhid,.d
Pd today, th lalind In Iques'iI1n co)Iulstn
liag if 4,000( :tcres In .Taylor ~llnty,
They were sold by 3. 7; Wlillitani to
.J. S. flatt ofCo, of Aihbltrti, it.,
for $e, p.'1 r .#ere~.. lhb ehnt lro amotiniit

SBr'-ts & Co. are among thte leading
Itlubor imanufatruring eonm)panlis .it
thIA 90lit1i, havitIg alreadti largt tractu
of Ialdt In i.orgla alnd tw'o w ill .in
that uta e P t t it 140,00 t.et of lumbe r
per day
T'b .ll, w .Itll he. tngr future putt a

h:. 1Yr. :: L ;f *[7
K!nt^'s~i~lill lt,

ItW.:A ti + ^(*i,0liu
ifviw-^'iai~p.1+,l l:



Dispgreouent.n Over Arbitration
. Cause Tho Troubla.

Repetition of LaSt Year's Labor Trou-
bles to Take Plaoe Amying Build.
Ing Trades-Lithogflaphic Printers'
Strike May Invdilve Other Uniohs.
Nlew York, M1,i1rch 1l"' I.plonph)iTI'rs
and thltllr moil n lhi>Uill(.gi licr, ilrti
preparing, act'-rdlitig tu T'h, .' l i'tld
for a llfeI atidil/1.11lh :isti'g h ; oIvtr the
(utttiotl of iufihil.ahu Thl, tfr .^.;l?
probably will be i'recipitl lted by it
(declaratioitln on t1lie pint of tlhe tlnploy-
eras' for .li t 1oplii sop ipt p icy.1 tiiid tho
destrnictl(iu of thy tulldltti train t's
unklon, .
* Tho dlsasitroSi sirlke llh'i, !arsi 1inl
mer whtlli icaiild loss(e anlnhtitltllIng to
tilloiins, 4(t1 1 1ii aigromi'entt ,to itt'-
bitrate fl.ttue t(.roihlebuos, bilt now tanit
the brick layers and lIatnlir bi ve
goie on sti l 'iIt,, folloWied tby li bl rick.
layers, reliiltliit ig Il Ihe h lleliw(':i o1' II
000 t i en, tl4d .t illlg >l|) o l .o 1 0111'k il1
oVdr tlul cilty, thw emlploye r., il i''i ',i'
.they ianl ot i lfford tol enti i 111 o) rJlit r
their agrl'o(leticit wl-th the iinitii,
The i1i.ployo.rs' I .1iifinllnin ii t ll, p 0t
sIllop piolley i t(he ooilly o' urn'e I fi to
thom1, if thly WWih lto conltino i lit Hi'o
iniss. A IDrri ll h id a1 i b t.ig lakl n l
by tlr 1 iit )lldd. )iiw rvt ,o iI tlil gi' ti ll
thi t t.i'l r plinI l or i.irhl.l r i l <,'ol"d-
thrown itmd., .by tll( th ipl.ol-cp r. Cir-
clihir liro h ii itlht( bi, cd 4 br ii
Cist wiariling tlh ilunni to prliii'ro' for a
detornhud frl|ht anigain;ti (It, (k' 1[ n

N> Mrw Yrk l irh 17, Labor ,roil,
bl'rs iil it r'cui iill o f i I'ich m liy hoii
ilil;o f it o n re a ii'rk lhI ie lll tIhro llon
tlh liiw 1 4w al '1l, la n Idh 1514 M lih'ini
I *\ii"I ht-oi: ( t( is lr i
hlb ilinii('(, 414i lui lit l> >1, I' 4 i4' siii li(ll i.
In i lnl i Tll ro id't.. hl' re Is XlI
ni.ilt''d hllei 4l1i',1il : .>1 ((i i 41i i iir' 'iell.
oif iv-il k ill liii l 44 1hni e 'r will1 lIe
Slile sci'.l 1il 1ii4>,l Idlf lly- I n hl 1 Io
Ilo l rhi p li -in I ,ni > ", iil 'l i' I h l d.in t.'. h( '
li t ill 4 ii*l(o' l1 io1 1' l h il: (sphers 1i ,
000 of i 1 1)a I X |l l 1 t l c-k
ell (oft I ti i i i i l o ''* 11 4 4fitwe
nlogtfl|liff ;
i's ll lit In l .ii it''h (h11 11t, n li h+ .d
'l ratvvi bs yo e) i l' n i A',',t, [ m vr tr-
b10ll4t4 !4-ii Ii4i (i'iiirlil 1* ,.! emptoyo/ri,
and ll.volu it,- I l.11 1 ).llll reofigniii(ll41
of the'' 1ii ll'n h3''. ,,liih i.'ir' day4,1 and
the, o t' 1 .I lh;p > The 1 I d.tlig l.t.rlkll
WHs ItlUoist 4 ('((I l('( tfi imaS(onn' 1a'
wbla l t I'holllhll Ahi 0 '4 I illits. o pillh :t
by nIi;>r ti luty. r I 'i o i 'li etlrrt
.clttlil g Idoh Wn n4-trrili 4 i 'il't.* I'h)!
plaitn .of thh 4,11lipby4 ir. i f y l nhirlt,r 14
Tho lail)tra ir 'a ,r' 4i, 1. ly ttii11.prt.-

ed by the brilIdf i .I .r i the, all, ld
tradt s; TIle .h i ho.lifu 4,1i w re fiel,r
lowod tiy viggi i''" 4F fli l'- ,t bohW ler4
makers and Ilihli Ir'ron; Ir a''lett. well
ia a -,. tiih t r of (eli' Ii'l "i w >rlr ir'1 ,.

Buflfal Will Mayv a Lockout,
B". Bffalo. March7.. f1I ,i','yes in tins
itev0tn iarge 'Ii o0r0l#.h- *.'n #itatilhki,
m' hemt erF Wt oirnto i. 1 o ilyo .at-
tir adoipting. a r*3e*oi1t il u, to .lgn
the agr'tta nep.i suxmlitN )o there b4y
lne f. athtnal Aslokial.i( i 't<' Ll.iil ft'rt
P ert'i. t)'' em ploy (.reri it (,mtlt l-'.
.a wfl l aw p11I, ;u4 d'"> t c# wlith
t !n ment.n wdidallys ill >i'i l i0i%.
will h ps nitei a o'r ,f the irbl;
Iltalo ia tl ith se cup 135 4ase ie IJ
1t it w l! tt .. li s ottli 'tblt( hbl h Is r.
it". .ee'as wrtt is lulipo I li the
*.14 alf td' iiweAtk ( t ir spptl1d tbe

.ti mo ,'nI evrl' .

a"t tle ,**4. h 4 j
b ha ,+thwhaka?'th7ad,

I'll's1("i (l l
I1 i( ci4 ili i i

(I'dyt ic pl ti

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l P',il ii l iit10 n o f It .
tuil.-h ,. hb SihNOt ot(rtk y
hiH prrposl kiny iiarte by h
' iitoin'ltion for tlirltrl I'

nI li hlnr < nhlllO (liim tt O
p all t li arll thii ih i o ll) 1ov.:
(,) i> ( rn ti dtm kill% N Vl '.
II,,u o 'I i itUs(t IthoIn 111 I y
S tlo ithel out forl01' lli '
t htlol il It~'lo IO


Conoremol.an Spight, of Misa1 laippl.
Tells Co pInes,

\\ I''; ; i- ill', M itn:d h 17.'.i \l'hin Itht
iu< l ii ,rsi t hof 27ll, h l. 1 'i will l
hi ti 1 l;Ivllu IJAl il' iil4 Ilo 4(l11 i OR e l it
I. 1 i, 011 1' 0 il 1'4I. r l .1(i' I fl.' it"tyl 'vji v.I f('It-

1t i 4 itll w,,. it tliid, l i M r pil4li t;
il .v I dl4t'i l ;l w lH i (|i' llbl.i )
I Iti\ M;1i ti 4 iii ilil' li O ii .ildrf d (1.1
\.al i I tii t h ,1; 1l 14 1 I t II i .hii v*,ilu K i i.ir'

'l>Mi, h. 1 1bi ilI l',::IiiI.. I k1,
k l Ih i4 l ui i hi i 'ili l, thl.|- n f to hl d .

h "il li((i*'1 ((i4! lh. I i'lll 11 i1i1. l 4 1lrl
il'l 1 "i IrI'll I ht ui' ri ,.i l p i I
I\\',' *Xni nli oi l ti ll .in h -in t'li ll k inl it
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f III lk(it 1 (11 4o 1 1 t
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y Ib'll 'Iil t tiiii 1 4i4 114'ri,, 4li 1 ,iI li1 i Hvi:i

(li ii t 1 I n ii 11 11. o hk1 iin'4 i' i 1; 4 4l
toi I .\Villin ili iili l i. ii. iit'li ih. l i in it
J, i l' i il hi li, lh it llll i il 4ll44 i'l (I

)H;t ic1ir r1 W fli lI m i .,( illt li h l,
"\\.h l i t lir lty wi' l'lly inliti p lnt
> ti | ..i l i hb liI ,.lo n Jill, tii6 i lit iW

tI 14 1 f I ll I ." IIq (:W11) 1 ( l it l!, 'ill, li i hl
I I, l ti. lo h i|ll riO H l(il hirr ti, I lit llfl.

t I"n:! t 1 i; t'l >IA1wihilovh ,l ) I ll l, f I 'l tl litou
fll in l. I l f 4 i yll I a ril il 4 II

l" ."4 -f l Iitt1. i. l 0l "' I tr' (i. tl Wi Iwo

li I f (' i H g 4 c ir u hA t the winll
t1'4 1 I, 1. In I! 'It. 1N l(h 4 ii t i0 u"l.'1 i,0l it 4 i
tai itl -'li ( 9' v ltlc'hii 4o tihl$)i [ ti ile<,'
[ in id 11 ul l t 1 l lh'it .liK h .l i(i uIl
l'41 1n i ,tie, il nI ii i lo Il 1t hi l it1 hilL

pflry 11.iI9I t1 Mt 4 ia ld hu. I lo Illi h nhat,4hal
f or lxflil ',jh : '' t c
S 141 'il al 'tA- 'jil lt 1 1 t li ls.t i ll |l il el'

It. iloUrNown' i'dntl l ink,,
S'1i, li' tvlit h|,T' ( 4 nd*lf w

'.^ { ll"t t h t \ .%'Hr llt)'l il~hc t 1 ktI iu iyl -lf
'nli oi t l' ,110 t he s rr< i et lilf Ii

'l 'oltfl' \ iill h 1li"tl.l1 1ile O11, t til, (whir
hvit Ap. lih 'l <;l < I ta t .w l tth O

ii't'ar .!7 .(*i r t t i y' .ri'
IN t.oi llol<' r \Vtls inli hit i l it ( .h itiiil

i 0 ihrti iAoli fthr da llit sf
'Ion1J !' c li t .m f'hi. haodt b < i.u th(I | .K OV
er r of Now0 'oit'" | W Ia' h .; ml i

At i (iia n.io."11 1* to tn. lla .tine l on 1, oIt
t eihI ti1 !l I tot, t ]. in'(t hei whitji r f^
it.. ta l h r'rf t.lii ; 'ra *' i t "
'* ? !+; li 'rf' e o. Ii 'tii17 o f!4 ti t, n o1t

.th inr ht he f tfjel ttn'i *nrin 1' Dlr *it '
dowtn(:i( .t iti(:d)'a ? ,ith t !.Dotom' ii 'c n
.NO'. OR ,M< WIN e. Iad!'At:rl
...: m. M t hat l Ah..i.... .,.n ...
*t :. , ^ . ..: .. 'li; i at
' am1'h r aeoshrniw
thti w st16 h r?4 t y

Affirm They Are Th"er.

He Declares that thq Emperor Wll 4o,
'to War and that the Cloiak Wilt ,S 1
Puled from Ehlatlnd'l lhouldrs.l
Civilians Wili Voliunt r.,_ !.
r'l.,, Pa b .,Miil!, *la,-rt h.' * '. '*
Si .-"-Tho' roprti, ( t the. lhaidow
doltutl t oif Port Arthtr.' .tt1iiit to) : : ''
airou l theo .btiL rest. i0enttneiti, the
plioelrnt denllclnig the l stoy as ..
M1i jo4kobbIllg seihentuA, On. pa tr 1 ....

"I.it oithrl' tlo itttite be fet oil n ..
taittb,, bhle whtil i itu lan i.fl4 .h flrt ow '':' ; '- "" :
hig thui aulthitlrltl' s'h 0utill:. not alli : '
tihle pio 'leh to ltdl tuirbMl by .at 1't ':,",:'t,
fal.etods< 1 1nhe official t.lIegr t4 a
ant bI t'vt sail rd truiithld by: eery' ,t.' :
The govo titu or1ed traitt for n14 l l.on ;the Maliih .
rbt irt'rlh'i1o ;it after the a odel of thf hte ,
11,d'41 by .(It11 lrittifll In Southli.t Afrie i.
Th'y will not bI omiloyedtil .m t ,h '
on e(ti'i414t of e ri' that tihe t. apaneitt
t1Uy' Oti t li -ntl id i ltt for thetli moral
eff',li on thI ltChnllnli robbiier ndl, ,-
\\o n iilv blo it) olith ld tit by thioiI' -e b.fi
i.n Ila Is Illovo i that whe (0
will t sIomtl- t h r 1illl tt.tern they :.
Tl TIl l M prllnts ita il lntloading Artl '
ri, oei t1rov rting4 f tr41 eg L t l t 'll f art i l
Ilil the Nov' Vitrti)yn tella lthItit that te 1
Willr \%%1A lil T1 ig4 l by btoh flttilt l-
flou (if rJe.W i'.nt rov ieg4 '..for (I. h:1.
Int' hr, dotlal'lilt hi t hi n v I l o 'ov i' Vrotnyia
ont(lithl 141 tiltrd hndl l Ailid (ste n tlrl"ap 1,Nh tltt ,
Iitlio o.r I'v1' itio4 d 'lt ring ral' ie hatte0d at
Hfcl i it 'rti~ nlt l ; H utt;'
M Kir'i irot ff tliinl!dlor of the t i "P'an,
H l Ni t 4 I t lin t (. rov ll.t' lhio' l thl 4 : 'vi-
ltal.l'iethl rt eeptllty made by M, Ki.
rhlo, 11w loi i11iir h.ltpano o nlnlatltt r at -.
M141 1'vt10f iul l, dih larin l that. Japian
Ia iih4 i.y toi hIli41jol fillor ti war "tit.i
Iollli' t s i\ .li IlI 44 a f lit l avtt i "ng t' ;.n
+iiu'illd thim r w 'tl mili'y in 'thin wild td.-

N'l o vo .Nlvlsti pilitittlan articlO by an '
o'li(ort to p)I'1ov4' the' fnelthll!ty of the
tltltl he fleet 1111k (ing thle iontr4 l'Btrp s ;
agi, lby way of [ti ltllirllg sttratl to ,
o1l lith 11 1 'lwl+li tihrmdia l i'u h t i lt sprIng :
A nlitlit4'ry 'xp1lt1't ini ti itil tM i 1y 4I`-
VAllld 'ntuilloidS I thAt it,. Japa. :s ac-
ticot in .oltveri .g tueilt for a 'Ati Pln "
Ys.y Korati t1id. at t(h0ir b Cho-.' l
i itit , (h imt )rnl l i .(t iul, i ,
that hdivte flr h"a i ivoved oi
atoiig th1 4' Vel t tlEl4aiar Whtilh ay bai
I'lat i Is) TU lA rINve. A thmlat. "
h wir lohI ft dE t tlit t tel l,.l i t dd* t .
hiavu orok4d thu VolL tt Kis nx :g at
Pan (~1e.01 eight rig fltlro AijthJu. *',

'S t P t e rh tit Mrg tar e i r "4p t a -
.The 4iwhMp.llJrilt.A0 l oAv re t:p, roAduolni ,..
a. turiiLos *ipriopitlhiy lttribated to t.
Zm bifihi thq ttlily ,lrHtnt 'it I rot !.'f,
4. whnIe h .predlietaot his eonl4i i .ot
by the m |petor last yiar .in l'aiso 'thil e ..
.. pr .senBt wai thtiiiot ilar i ilf ll:, r o. ':
i a'illattlr C otii i4iH wtlllit i is ,itltlt(I,5 ":,'I.'
to rech 11 mIll T-bre will pea

ilki ..OMr rl th'o iornilh d, will matlr b
with bt.lirs to iaitro ff
thortm ly O(titi w,-u'. w ill cott ai,'l '-tl'ra
'4 S'aiit itimp tl will u !to battle4p, I with
Il, ta.rt d' shall tetd the dii t4 ,ror
1 o agIa.f1'ha h tsside'rs,
: oA opy f ltbe . kar, of oet '
ArtkinM, wbitmh"js t s ard v4 ot f$

I.ilise of iPrit Arthr tvoi a
ind .roiMe.ex to elp \thI t

Peg 1sott i. Ai',



t at Cncnn. AT RTHR
Moreh *<., All lttho.
.('tdh .mn at.. Ntww rtln l't nild ..-- "-'i: l' .. . ,
.,it.. w,'Ill t,: I-Authoritit ,At St. Peteraburg
\V. I). hIl uahldtain: I)'n4. 'i"


) cannot be securely untIl a the
make the l.aitesines



Himself on Political 8ituation-"Sa
levs(: in li' State Ticket and an

A0ong, the promliento arrlyals in
this lty' Thursday was' rHon J. N.
Coonibs pf Apalachicola, who, with his
wie, spent a.few hours with Dr, and
B"r, w.' 8,H Sibl'ey', '
: Mr.-Coomir is an extenelve luinber
Mufaoturer. He ha. be6n engaged
in that business at Apalahhliola for the
pas:, t quarter of a century, and at one
itime had the largest and most coin.
plete sawmill in the State, Aside
from his business, Mr. CoombAs e one
of the most widely: known and most
prominent Republicans inFlorlda. He
is national conmmittoeman from this
iBtateiind came here.on purely polhti-
eal, business for a conforenoe With.
SHon, W. 0. W, ob, son and HHenry S.
'hubb, ohailrmen atph'o.ongresslonal
Committee of the Second district' and,
.:: theR epublican State Ceptral .omn.,i
mittee, reopectiveay,. on.importafnt
1 matte..rlalatlg to~the party.'$".Weo-
presied regrets at iindin Qot. t 0ubb
absetrom' the 0 ity, btut lodulled in
a long conferene with ol. .obeinso0i
t witch 5sonma important .deiietinit for
I. Stk'lte:8u rporter called upon. Mr
oombin the prtvateotOceoI of 061. 10b
t n in ttiithe Ulnited State land offiBce,
an kedae him for an expreisio oQii the
political sltuatlou. He. fotunr Mr,:
: iooib Iln a niit 1 jovial, mood, suTi-
to nded b'y t' number of proinlentt
ltepubileansof the oity
"I ha: .lve thaothing of particular Inter-
1tto iay Ipoltelly," remarked the
.. 'W .okrida polititth, as he shifted
+ ulrantHaivana o'gar from one tior.
l' moth tothe other. (' wiI
however, that I vam In favor ofl
.1. 4tl gciuta full. State ticket" and'
itaga vigorous camnpaigu. [ no-
ttied my.frieud Robinson's statement
i1an i lntOrview several weeks ago to
Athe effet, that tile It epublicaim
ar' gaining aud the l)emnocrats are
'I ,fRghti. between themselves, attd I
:. gree ith hiit on that poitt. Thery
hA .now lit West FlorldA the deepest in.
terest In pollties amiiong the Reltubli.
aas I have ever seen, and the party is
lil better and stronger oindition that
it has ever bten.' I ati oonufdent tof
strong Republican gains throughout
the entire State, but imore espeoally
on West Florida,
amt goiig to be frank. [I have
omO good l)emooratio, frigid, but
these Demoerats aro making a .big
mistake hi fighting so vigoroutsly
a,' ong themIellv, if the public c is to
b'. ellev.:e what the dandidates Ai t :he
S.Deooratio party say about .aci othier'
hy thoer l not ftttit mn or a mnhoiit
utn:l in in the raee. I regret this condl-
tlion of affairs, Ovenu atnotng the Demo-.

1rM;. bOombs believes in not 'only a
vigoroUls campaign, but an early ott.
'.. li. e believe, that .plienuty of titnae should
:.' b given the ouddates to take ii thor
oanvas* and express thiaem vq
Mi' "'1.' Robins tt stated 'that, he also
as Ill favor of 4 full tate ticket a.4 I
t.-. e94rly and vigorous omtpaigu, hI
Sfact,. this 'was the io.el.m titmn on Mr
",on O bs8 iand' himtielt re01t1i After
S Weighlngthl matter ihoroughly,
1 .i and iMr:" s.i TOp.bs departed (i
tb.e afteroot.no;. f ir Mi.ai at. ot het
iohntaon the Iuoasti ,.wherc they
will speid wii df y, ,

There W.a weda lding at amittpat
Q .Vy ~W h adqaeatu i Albert (I.
Lvevs'ttt and Miss Datssy llarry tw

p ldti s It Isas a W'ery ^tlst ir,
n*Iast the kitnltedidt retlat be :in

As MA a atts fvatt, 'e sa *

Vig -or i 4 ndQp d,|itS.
The Emulsion increaes,,
digestive ower and strength-
ens the vital organS to get
the best and i ake the, most
,out of all the other .fopd, It
gives a kind of help that every
growing child oight to have.
W 'ell sed y( a : atiiplie ftree tpon reqes,
SCOTT & I)OWE,lo 40Pl Slite New YVork,

It Comprised 219 Orates,' and Was
"Shipped by R, M. Chamber!lirn.
To IL. M. Qihamberlaln of Tacomta,
pone of the most progressive and suoe
cestful truckers of. Alachua county,
belongs the dlstinotiono'of shipping tie
firit solid Oalnoad of cabbage, from
Alachua .oonty thil, season, and tw
the Galnesvilel and Gulf tallor'ad be.
ton g 'rthi dlisintioon ofa baulpD the
oar. I( Was".bl' 11t 00,lm
rM -, Ohamberlhi a' Is 'an' e:ltensiv
planter of vegetables' and ,hiloni.
Her his a vasttsaCrage in one0 of the
prettiest ad ost fertile sections of
li qounltty, ad ann ally *t ps a grea
dea of tru 6' f' 'ati lln kinds k of. l ia"
young tinin.of remarkable sIhrewdnos,
iud. some time a ago conceived. the
thought that' cabbage would prove a
praoltable orop this season, He acted
according, planting twentyflive' acres
on Mi farm, and tlie present condition.
pro-e that he 'was correct, as cab-
bage': are ringing today i upon the
market a better' price than any other
vegetablle.' '
Wyhy are cabbage bringing suctt fan.
cy prItloui? Th is easily explained,
when. it is learned tlat-the orop in thi
North, which' was in, the verjte of a
failure, has been exixlatited, Tlhis pro-
duet brought so little in the market
last year that the Florida grower imna-
terially decreased the acreage, hatur-r
ally makiiig a scarcity and creating a
dolnaind. Mr. Chamberlain was sharp
enough to see into the future, and the
result is that. he will virtually be 1in
clover on the eabbage proposition, as
te expects to ship ten solid earloiilds
front his farm titie season.
Attention, Odd Fellows.
The regular weeoklyn meeting of ("el.,
tor Lodge No.Il, 1,.L0 0. F.,' will be
held at the lodge roen ".this evening,
beginning at 7:80 o'clock. A full at-
tendance is desired, and visiting
brothers 'will receive a fraterntil, wel.
om.. I., i. Jo(i,.\, N. (i,
J. G. TOninta, fSee'
So60weBt and Pleasing in Tantel
Mrs. 0. Peterson, 625 Liake t ,t'. To'
poka, Kani., spOeaking of Ballard's
HIorehound Syrup, says: "It h Ss
iiever f jled t'o give ontJir satisfaction,
1 Id of all o.l ih renmedies it, it y fI
Vorite, a 1nd 1,m iNt o' ,nfes6 0to my fmany
friends that ',i wil do dnd h1.si don't. ,
what iis laimefd for it-to'spoeodily cure
;a Oligh or 0oldi atndit it 0 is so weet andl
so pleasing i taste." 2., 5l antIO $I
bottles at Johntbison ts.'
Iteblbri. itake I'me lof Thtl Iherb
1. Nu..New' .t'hd.~tou thetl re its ,ihtl to he
Sln tbeh 1jith hirs the rtit' pVriintty
of orVetlliltj "n t' u i -rets. It is knit\ n
as the IDatura strai rium ,aU l hsne
white flower' and rinvhi ibtrrlits fuil of
drak'l tn, IThy ar 'tit nttd Ct in. tIh
'.Ahitiltstor llygl*'.nt4irl t,'eelioal 3M.
ich.+" A. pirsoni w;ho hat mtrallow'l
the tea nined of th hitrb will afier
falling atgep (tell where~ hiinmone tis
hlthden And will a hso rtas and go tti.
'ree toe whts' hls tetstUre t f' c ineahed
itbbers ofthn stse-titi, 'ker s*i*hao uti
drons with: which to ,re' h thtewl Victlhim ,

Qhilds'ren Ct.i, San ol. ts.
*p hoea'^ ..HedAth 827 t ,us^
It.; 4m y cit.
Not 1itrs, t Ind.t.lhe batV M i

le ewhe left two onvicts at
the ppilpe beyr'm elsneatrly aweek
a40 and W; tailed to return for tfiemn

aflteritheriot which weave eaaed.
-will be, bec-k tomorroww"
Henson did not .'return the next day'
her the nex, and nearly a, week ha
pagsed and .h O, istilll absent and the
viet 'e still in a cel at police
barrackss. .. "' .n
tf ainson li not soon found the con.
victs will 8Wretnurned to "RabUn coUn.
ty oicials. .

Grand Jury Finds True Bille, Against
Two Atlanta Ticket Brokers,
Atlanta' Mar'ch. 17--There was a
short session of the grand jury yester.
day morning at which four true bills
Oald one no bill were found.
Tiuim bills were found against Hugh
Stephens, a .lery ti the office of Sev-
eia'nce w',inftReittl, 'and Albert We.ln
,feldo, a menilier of tlhe trm, for reeyiv-
lg.-stoltli giood* It witll'.lie.remtun-
'b(red t t it two were enl gage
i the w caling business and were
airested on teei .cdeice. of Sam 'Mc,-
(lrai, who teatliledtl that he liad
takteni a nlnufimber of l,00)m-lle ilooka
.frorm the office O' the Atlanta and
West: Point ralh'itadl and, sold them to
the alpesii '
-- ---- --
TW 4' ei> lSto(d i hjh 4ii. li i the.

.l' kiinlt:g f1t4 h w ', (iii' .,the ot i" :i is tilie
4ll ,)( i t' u hulv, A lil lt flW lotw nit I 'I
00hii u ii t yi i v l s afllg >(, The liIt 'tuc'li 'wi\ S NWiilu'hd in ltl;iiuitgl(es, 1id
whidl the rlit niin lfbot his sotiferl'iKg in si-
iittI'l lie." ioy eiid atiid inoitoined and
"Wliit's the .tin iter, soinyt?" naskd
thl t' 111 11 li ti lot) rld anio d.11 1d
".I el. off i riolr," wit'i, lie ilnswor
Alt o iud ry'ttrilt.x,. c.)oW(,,n hl,,t sobt
"1 IIrut'l r^t' you'"I' ."iu'rui'tld Iheo nia.n
'"I fl' dlowin milpis hinth. iAet's
i nis(hi ,"
Ai llouir lifir thi i ii1 ire niaii nto
lliv wil\n ,iiid waliklk ed ov tr to flit otS.
Io h ith 1 pl,( 1ieinI nw*\'Pl l ss N iid :islo,p
a;i4-L ti-ti<' h ihiiry list 'ti lit' isallor rost-
vii the tiny ht iil f hI l little *conlilii -
lIon itll ut.sry .Saln F'riin l0,4) C ill.
A lili clt .itrrit's Vt't.
.An i in r i l l\'t i ;i je ket so) well
tihl.t hie k, t l''s the l oi I' of i itgo411l
one wlli'ys L.vtro. lio a iook of rcohl,
S'thiis ly ii lit l li.itiinilner of lthe Itris
lmrl'lilln uat i ain liiint liig illustrsitlill
f f ('iiri't'i's I- tcidy wit.
SV cortil iii!lcg. [+I Norbtiry, was
inulltitl for t lie alatrifty with which le
c4dOinle'llttd tcorii4oi'trs to death when
.he 1 uitlht htue pronounced a UInorc
it''tl'til sfiteu .'e, (In o1 i ecnsit;t o
wlie'tn hw a s dining in lputillic wtlh tie
for t'iot inmtibrs of the Duiblin har
lit helped hin ilf to sone meat. it the'
tsit h ti'l iin ,ii.ng:.
"1s this liii g ibeef?"
"Not .<,1" .MAimd Currn, quickly.,
'"V'It' lrd hliip hits nIiI t trIed it."

A t.!(ii tl i 'i' l i tlt t r oe ty for both
'ti>N l ,thuis ioitd a titii'ral det lllite 'eHin
hlint ia knio\n as ,11.iili (UIa Jui ie'i1 of .d'h i'.'S' liirnii 'is. T es' xei
I tit.i'ril dhii tie hillls wlhin thle iuilalsl
I h>it ioii 'tle splrtiigtitue. Tn'they
w ',' bihitt>l|,l ftor toiitti otitrt.s anttd h lthe
l il t hai tialttni ltlttiel ftoer being
't *iin*',l.. sa'ne.ily aig 'r aitt vni'hlky tirt
u..:iti lly iitb'cl It:O l lat'; #ot:ad'i. 'rab>"'
.heti Is .,ii'tl trliad itand eittc'n ont liretid
.i ud ttlI to twe iiie ii' tor foitt'sit tlitte 'ti,.
: tt.lh I .. Ic,-j.iMlan 7.Medlcal' Joir-
*l l.^ lky. -,! .
"My luck Is t'he beat rln$ man ever
+?t'6,- / 0 .. : *
'."s, sir. A .'rl refused u e yeate,-.
t 'y'. ;Uoi e t.' by the! nmoriiinglI paper
that hi.:fathathtt) 'lost hii t mli neyii (iio '
-S 'lutinlati.i C oitt.a'ttl Tri.bunr t '.

h]ttl atireng es it la.rti anr, fts.
I have ,been ^ I'awrene- Barrett5
ward, hilid .:if 1 at

*41. iil : '' *'*i: .

eiis s ia.ana to ; i t

P lvir; cures Ci$ l
J J And"fever, andeveryf 9 o
E *h M*Balarial, ious'Remiting and ltF-i
iKint/::I;/ hittingn g Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cures

For Sale:by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville

rEstablished l 1,6

The Alachua County Abst, ract Coupan)

Our business is strictly. confined to the vuirous details incident to the own-
ership of land, and we have no private or personal "aHxe to grid" in ebnneetiont
with that business. We make a specialty of the preparation of alb'trclts aid
make exhaustive investigation of titles, We represent property -ovners in: a
all niatters pertaining to the assessment and payment of taxes and the re-
deniption ofo itsatAnding tax sales,, 'Vheiryou 'ieed prompt anid reliable eO l
vice in our line call on or write t.t Notary public in office.
-. .. B. R COLSON, Manager. '4


Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at-CHARLEASTON, S. C., both ys.
The Ftiest Steamship in the Coastwise Service
Clyde New England and SoutheIn Linm
Direct Service Between JACK:S()N V II 1'1 BOSTON0'alN a .i'd
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.

Southbound, .......... .. .... ...... From Iewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound........ .. ...... From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

Clive' St. Johns River Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francis, Beresford (DeLand), anil Intermediato
Landings od St. Johns River
I~tves Jacksonville 3:80 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and T'hursdays.
Leaves Sanford 9:0a, min. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
15 appointed to sail as follows:
So ithbound. Northbtund
.a.d do.n..SCHE L, neatup.
Leave 8:80 pt..............Jacksonville.......... .. Arrive 2:.00 am
8 :5 pml ..........., .... ., Palatka........ ...... Leave 8-00 pin
8:00am ......, ; .. .. Astor I.. ....... 280 pin
S:30 man ....... .. St. Franeis ......... ....... 1:00 pm
......... ..Beresford (DeLand) ..... ...... 12:00 n'u
Arrive 8:80 am ...... . S. anford .. ... .... 9 0 am
1000 aln ........ 'nterpris .. .... . .. 10 Oain
... ............. ,N
.' M". IRONMONGRt, JR., A"t.n Puss"..t. 1WeS.. ...S.. JackSONV le]M
A ,,OOOERt, Jr, P vreibt Aien. -;, C'.., LOVELL, Luperiten det
V.0oit of HO 9 street, Jaelk. offil.. .U.
A. V. HAGERTY. ten. i at' IA, New York' ,.CLY iTNE GFen.Frt
. .EO. ,'EI. GER, F. C e wo
neralManaer. GeneralAent "
:,, . .. '.1 .*

a i Farmingl mpln e ents
cor,-r 0 W e at: ~ o lll("; #i +k.esg 04 ree "ts- .-

S 'vh ,errM ir
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P. o 5..1' i42is, Iron, lirefe Pip, Fit.-
LA. t4u Belt pczPr8f mtc,

. irt s ,. Night in Car Lots. old lin ansy
':' ; r 1 quantity, .. .,

le Ot Onef Our Catalogu o'

SBaird Hardware Co.

L, The Florida
Fiu it and Truck Gr wr0

RIagle raplka. .,,
^ ijS k nk ;?*


; d School Term.
)piposoid .to Any "Chantin
PlOIcy-IFsveors mmont lthodgs bn Toachihn- evors
hin |jcom. :
oriati VeYOtera and Parents
oncoed my oandidaey for
utaty Superlntendent of
ti(otI feel it a duty to
e policy I will pursue itf
vor a reasonable annual
oir payment on the cotn-
prbper of $8,0."
insist upon vhe sub-dis-
'part a certain per cent of
enoome as a sinkin fund

on the sub-district debt
il publish monthly and
lal statements of coiun-
ll fu' hinds,
i opposed to living be-
f the school fund.
sitt every sIchool in-
y year, m and p y iase

terly opposed to any
Ainnl, upon more
'fo' theteachin of
sielling and tarithi.
'e sa tleadher, toierng
lyd'fourteeni years, and
: of publiio sehoolo work in
Idhtg 9ive. years' work,
irof teachers, has cor-
he hlnportancof coin.
ehing lin, the elieniotary
d to the "Ten Thousand
1 stukigl ngfund policy of
isehotolde it It means'
f the county. schools at
ir lonths. It is :as do.
i destructive as it, is un-
Sjust and illegal in that it
nty schools to pay the
bodistrlcts A reason-.
hund can be created that
e "go 1 jt_ 0oQtilnle
K i "'" 2!t. xUotltlu
oat of the "Tell Thoiiind
sinking fund, to oreatoe wiich
ty sehoolswere closed at the
our' monthly claiii tihat thlo
to ,ie made up as followA:
f from thti county fi, d l-oper,
S from the sub-dimtricta, iIn-
t the entire fund, if rated at
a 'come from tile colInty find
p and not a dollar will be taken
S stub-distriets,
port of this conlontion I subb-
n following statelnltiit One-
h.a the $10,(iX) sinking fund equals
$5 Iif the s.u-diAtric!o are forced
toBI their proportion according to
tQHI Art of the debt, then O(Iaines-
vil hich owes $ '5.i09, mulist pay
I in 65 per cent of the #5,000, or.
mh an S3,2N)5. The total incormc of
tll. eville a pecial tax district from
th e malls levy does not exceed
$2 :Now, to pay their proportion
w eeeoletatg e a loan of ov' $1,025,
pr I they did not expend a cent for
oth rposes. But, since they havo
ut ligations which demand over
t rthii of thelr annual income,
i "timpote upon them lthel bur.
d heavier loan in order to pay
t ih rats. Is it the iiiteition, of
th rd of' Public riatruicton .to
IL'the sub-distriets"' proportion
S inking fund front ut the ltity
( ltroperi and keep tihe coflnty
i losed until the mony is re.
t by the sub-districts? Or is it
S entoiin of the board to borrow
fiefncy in, the fund. from the
In other words, do they ex-
to liquidate old debts by, making
dbt.1t, You now have my reasons
opposing the ten thousand dollar
favor.ol pln thit will give'ts good
l .. good teachers, goo4d triio, a
'able and qi r. d. .'Ve.y reispeetfliy,'

YancyBSaffied the PbriplS0 11e
i ss'y oli+' taweh, :.ily,

5..' ".+t.an *

or a i urnia i t on x it I&u o 1. :co':i
lpsitmo dest il isenergy, how.
ever d and doe ,oo. run about the'
#tsret, bownlp aboui' ht, he will do,
or what e lis illsi g to ido. It la his
indi who usually come to therese~e
'Whei there issomlethitg really to bk,(
eour udiitid he !hasntveryet beoin
'found wantiUg.
should hay, a public park.-a resort
where thq. e who desire .ay while
AwY fa Ptiat afternoot ot a pl.e
out eveIi, and dhe ; genierouiy tei.-
des the city a commodious lot for the
purpose, if t'he obuinl t Al' wilin to
purpose ai' adjoining lot, in or i r
tbat the park iay be of aulicient pro-
,portioils. The property is ooated ozi
Alachua avenue abuttinfig the public
school property, ind, being heavily
wooded, would make a most desirable

Women Teil Atanita Detettives of
Tihet iOperations.
'n t ho v e ;ar i i .ltd I loll itol
n'jvci tl' ;i' 'l t tllio, t th.e t n.toc-
ol tl 't' i i i l "IiA I u, li, .o
a h et 'io dlim'l'.lull Hti g oo sil la foiill
in lo ,r trllnk w i tJlla t'l oimi hltIllni
In Atliniia
TEll i.> looporn.n l tI nInr .H- litti ti i ltie
Env1Iivrs1ed th Il tti g1vento, !c. I Tlmo
Rigg's.a \rlian is (el i yolungt. ofl' uf 1th
two, .11nd( it wa who ii0erlly tllo I -
tutsl0n Whe':,t;flir8t arrested "lotIh t wu
MfnT ro fusadtlo 0il who they, v%,re
or wyblier( th<..y 1 v fd
a Trl.iyt tia oriltlai!i they. ld t vli
woTho MiSn, J.ulia Irw.ea aI l',
Ella ItopWor. lator oi thit n diy tftvy
adilltted tlihey had given Vrong lonae
and then tol, wllo the really were.
Tho wonien will .i proIatily be 'tven
preliminary trial today,.
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.
Mr. W. VW. BHaker of Ptlainview,
Nob., writes: "My wife had lung!
trouble for over fifteen .ear We
tried a nfimbor of doctors an 4jpent
over a thousand dollars witht any
relief, She was very low and I. lot all
hope, when a friend suggested trying
Vote's H-oney and Tar, whrif!i did
and(1 thanks ibe to this groat remedy, it
saved her life. She is stronger a ind en'l.
joys better health than alih huil ever
known In ten years. We Shall never
be without Foley'?s Itniey and Tar and
wotld ask t1tise afllieted to try it."
Sold by J. W. McCoIlun & Co,
Weird Senftlillv, Wheull1 lie ('llarch
mIeptliS ,re1otatll)y Dark.
"I Wit l!t l lt I'l 'lth ivlien li ih lla t hii,.
SAt11111l.y fli g t." 1lid I nliinld who ies good
(lice'< it w l'<'k, I quitl Uiit gol 1 i1 t, w Hnlisulloni. Thl hlr'11 h wViI,
4billinutl.v lhl .li li, t S olieithligK wento
wroig with t lilt oetri'ul in pltilrits,
, tili nil of r itlld de iitu l i flm orlof lights
wNthir ut, Mihwny Il tlhe b nitdinhg two
alrol e bldt ftitli'B l'h the l i 'lb tonlii< to-
111hd It Med llhpulhrl l twilight, hut Ili l l ptil-
pit w shroiild in ilrkiifknesm, nd r -ill il
onhi lteiaimiit of eth <'ngreglilonelll begii
to ol d ltn.
"Thisi coildliion (if ffirh'sth lhseted fpor
soiim li n untie t, ( l i olt had liy.
tished an nithentii Thi.'n 'the preacher
nrol) and r'eliiestld ti pheop! "(0o re-
initl qu(I (tly sllitxl for hal.If a pltiito
in total t dllrknetshi, whln the church
would be filly lkil int)il tei ain,i With.
tli(e words hth fllolw rl'rining lltlig hil
wOpot. ":, inial for m pacft' Ildurlknelt4,
thnt of a comil hiole prevallted.
a"t Was hiro wreIlti roun t e neir y
wait I elvOr hiid., Evsery iman l'nd wo-l
maln of fthe 80 or IL,0 In thInAt church
Wis, al Rtill t m d'ath almost, I Sup
1okie tHiV diirkli.i Mt:[ hut It 0tw1iui. ti6 nle to bel an houir.
When iie llghts agin ltni ttwl out there
was a sigh of relhf trvim (evvry piroon
in the cvurcli.., I gjels rthey tll fit Al
Oequr aboui It as I d 4 "1-'New. yrk

Cures Sciatic Rheumatism.
Mrs. A, l. ..impson., ( 0 Olg st.,
Knoq'ville, Temn., writei, June 10th1'
11 0: "a have been trying "the bathsI
of, (ut8prags, MArk., for slatik rhteu
L b t.et' more ierfs.
Batl1ar4* S :ow Liimevt, than aTy
rif. E d find poito i!ler
, ftsttrtti'5l~xwt a o<' mott
Why o Notottle : 46 41 i :llaf ihto

e d-STULFeY h O

St nd that settle on thelu





stops the cough and heals tie
lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold.
Fley & Co,. ChPcago. Oo "s : m 'p-I ,: Dsna, 0nd., Sept.28, (002.o
S..entltment-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR edt ce ofconsump.
uon after I had suffered two years and was almost des erltB threo phy liicia
aild to give me any relief and the lat one sald lie could do me l ood. I trIed
s(mo st every m0edine I heard till of. Wthotit benefit until FIOLI'S HONEY
AND, TAR was recomnmeided to me. Its effect rfght from the start was miiallal.
Improve dsteadIly froH m the Ati do6e and am now soutd a nd well, and t lnk
?OLY'S HONEY AND TAR Is aGod.send to people with Throat snd Lung
Trouble. Yournvery truly, Mrs. Mary Atibrose.

contains no opiates and does not con-
stipate like ordinary cough medicines.

THREE SIZES--25o, 60o and $1.00
The 50 cent size contains 4a times as much as the
smalflize, and the $1.00oo size almost 6 times as much.

tlJildir tIh0 provisiont of nil orilinnei
vlnittild, "Altn Ordtinice toprovidtl for
anl v.ection to ile trminleI whet lhtr or
Ilot ttl(ItA 11Iili lid ituei't f(r 1 thm t1 or
of Giaeit'vilsle, Florida,'," ppumed by tlhoi
City Coullilci I of d i(1 lity I' (bitlal i 8 thi
'A, |); 1)( Bm l >tp riro'vd by 1It' .11
nt.yor of stlaid tily o I rallr 4tt1,
A [) 1 0), ni. eile d iiu I l,'e.by (iiTId
to hb, he4 in tfint heori ItI" Bliwk, on
Ea idt MitalMn -1ret,t it ru li lit Iil (l ty of
G(aiiesvilIe, oil tlht Imtih ay. of Mairtih,
A, I). I$J4, for thle pirpn f siiubmlt.
lng to the citizen. of ( u l a -lt,. (uali.
fif ito Vote In aidi l i m1 t li
.tion of issuing tnfidir tl0, iwvrollitoii of
said ordinancee, thiols ..of sld', idlty toi
the' -tsount of tw ".i., th1uJsandti1
r(0 ,(XX ).CK))do1lar,.
The following prmilititr tIr .hoirl.tly ji4'
pointedlislpetcoro mst .l iiork of ald
eleetlon.'r: .. W ""
IltF. JOIti>n; E, A. 'T. rtl. WS W. W
Aeora, Ias nspItetor. ainl n. P liampll
ton as olerk. ,
WitnesaKmy hiuid ai ilt, seialoftsaid
city -his 13th day otf ,1 i.rtary, A. 1),
Attet .


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S 8 irplu lmd Ulidiviedd Proflts.. 952,000(00
Doo s retltI andt U 1i I e kli buheilu ,s, wsitS u t0llllll l qtilt b li In 'l.t A s iui 'i .'
sFuhe 'Si t e i r als 1i m ba, .A tl e4 te t r 5ll. . "

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o'rw for itfee p1, 26a0W Jq' 4g No part of the huma'4 .cItoves
Sb 'An Y; a r i ..treatmel t tha he kidn .o
tenf lI *$V*dA n 8 ^t#t1e oreI 1e-I 44ee'r @#on ped on th,;' kidneyutl eiq he -f
us, putn ,a oh, ont oe m are more often a ted i d
n4, 4bir rm~o wa d e d ior"er thar i'ie, but frequeFt

t Vnsery is some d *%stress- kidney disease

uy ,--.t-intOen th roadWohhainlth..
f :t a'o.wroadehe "o ha wneo. t [ rvins uchu afers arc pure vegetal be, -n
..I... ...% id R4, -: ,o , I74 K0 Ho0s We 0,l
]o t y ans wontir,, io al lu J t 8re4l, ynd Rt a0none
mi nbutiad wk. oaiO. ato qr it r r to or all prts of the human yst
or ov, willbeartled.npostagehfrne*teoAr
,teteed.H : a tsteor eB Wh l it04's, obo 1ok' 0'4 o u attforr Figur re nl p k y tbl ,.hed i : hri
... t.. 1.SC TO to t he r tion. ea thc tt t re s Dt a r titla show that ae a unt of money
411 t fromthe nitd tates by Will Ositivel cure any case of kidney diseasethati
J w,. auee jto, or oadr ,ai intmho so were o o- -- w th Rheumatsm, S ld Uri i Ii ,
"no e. A -e ,'Tfh rAl N t 0 e lark inJhokson' O E aboutonD MPERIAL PALACES. S.
.- bt. o Isan th rat te sooot d M V o d ot buy a box to-day and start on th ra o hult.

n la lwrk tro h jdmn. fo1 *e r a.r e. md Kg Hs. iV Ig'S Buchu afers are purely vegetable, acting
w ii i .bu hard to". 'wallow. y oad k is ot a trupe Idup e alo -I.t s .tt .ptly On all pa .rts of the human system, g :. ving
oA e It 1 tis only t he opubthoatiot op nd the ntperor rani. Joph an te & relief to a i af tdl parts at once.
A Bt. wLouioeidowk w merrietand ren .co taItadoea mrnly..stato yent in o TTthtiede, atr estwre :h .ol Si

A train of oars ha. been lnst for two llil-wil. d eca sed noro the nnidin rs ,.VIsG
weekw i a Montana enowd.rift. Does arraya answer tEat charge, NoP meviin I4RMA PhladelpaE .

l p o ,fe .ornll h. e .bee-. hti oa' rporal ti loter n t o r otate ie bpt ace w re not di tg flags, n
tired from so eep in pel c he t ws a partand ered them ith tones until ths N 0 NPN ,
l t atorn efor ntte ottho,0 h&e rabies the A nuubo of per-on '-ere tinresdiAY 'O *T

9)pl 18 lAtss l ,ide i fast that .e is eo ni.; a tf d bh is:peti, and ato"r trrtoatC were nm Conde.P M de ,TMNd o .
"sreaahere 80 Jpan political g record nd Th oes noto attempts . -... i e th,.ar se iuo rae, or t andhn-n rteSth-tf-----.', . 4
ofpin oo rl c rtato answer thesT btII a b an,,t wi l ,a onet y
b n anoitt,- a, ea s ti d Fr.ot rear for decenwasy, o or a bs tea sleare your ual n ess.
W il O It, wr : idper conception of thr f e deportment e re rt i L "I
1s urng his ietl ie taen andidate for the igh ole of con-
'graigs of morphine. This a YeNtogh to grosemak, Mfr. Biarra. atooti to the ffQQ 8 P
Mo il 2 .o ''T7 people , level of a blackgard nd sals then R
persusil character of inJs oppokont, old bsy l Il drutwists 4 centst
it cost 220,0 0 th pftnt the last a l giving charge whiot he cannt rovet .* .

.o e, T. 4 ta ti hes o Org oe- The V iot h a s er y i n t arl oade and parties a cd ao Da
.fh.rkhahIn "a ,ie naBof ,a fo f r aytingin thatt Te
t W ashipgton five women are still reason to con gratulate themselves a.d Id ubl.w .. r....om a box to a bank .ault, ...ill money.
os :etrved in the war of the revol- ti6 ahge o'loitd atd aonv ininr ep relr ; ,A eM s Htor ', a
.a g Persohnl abusot is oti argument, Information cheerfully fur nibed GAINEx'"ILLL LORIDA

aree is half the uals of the Unitld who have invo speet forthepeopit', or Thue _owe_____________
S00 of whom 200,tXX) are farmers, hi to epon to arg ent or to
...............^^i^.^ :ttalok .oanoppOleOnt. Tho foph..ot o
declaringthat ll teachers should the past represented by those who Line
i e m arrk Is, Jr, sayar o,, us olw w,. o rthy,0 4, o', the ho id,,, rp poo t A ir R a ilw a y
:'hicago should remember that It is rth l h l c a n ti L
frequently niot their fault that they Tihot y ob p eo canrrs a .rts, e' O,
SL u diSo~.uoarnead to uA or youA r monoy .r b et,
" it' i P W tfa athe g ios to b naalthe 1;4 d'..argo th e nIof AN NUA Savannah, Colum bia, Cam den, Southern
idwayi to be ouh did o ow a square foot of -- .- Pines Raleih, Richmond Wash
'lsts of the greatest medietii ohoo"l ground nor a roof to cover them.. 'o ' -.
the world. there are, 1$0,t00W farais owhed by e- 0a
The cost of target pract..e in the homes outside the township,,, tva to0 ingtonu Baitd more, PhiwlYa-
ay ha :now aced the eorous 2$,IiIw and ,erson propertyy val.y de.lphaa, ,s ew York
atmof #$1 i880O0(o, and when t t: v sols .d a t n .,000,x) io starting fprom NT]"de leg n i D"-
low buildtig are eoi.pleted, t will hs nothing, here, is an acuhmulation L f 5 O Th ee l_ i' aus Da y:
S- b.dt began, not e pet cent of the egro St LioWted
Ths latest labor organized in ohio adults of the $outh could read or
iw's 4oa of naoti hatids A uniform write Today 4a per cent can do s'o. l
Ohedule of wages hba been Radopted .. -- ,-.... 1"lEpress
$for tlT able bodied men over sixteen The yearly upensas of b he sultan af*1
"); of ag, at the rate of $#2 a year Turkey have been estimated at...a, n|le aru M
One,::,oar, meodi' and ke tpin ,of, as som tan' $t0,ile, 00nvict O by C I S a o ar d1 M ail ..

driving horse .. ... ': i aloneise tt mo the clothing .of ME AND W ME.
i. .fn southern Illinois a farm f 50 h 0 ERo PoU LLMANE El
revepb hiq h lguminoUs which hart d Lt' o ns .Cry t- vi ,, 3 st, .s
tord tne whieh leguoitn a ctwnp hadwr oLrOto, Co~v r tgo M *I Thie .SEA BOAEI ,. k T taIDA LIMITED iscfefro
Beo it, te heo'taratned for seventy. for facttreps:atner of the fIrm of J .inent Di tin ('mu i* i *rwnion ly i
el y sar s" T his yea s i s w as ren ed for hen y A C oa doing bra i ne us 10 the tn d Ob erviit11 ii rtA po i d ilI t. Aug pAV V
'Yale proftenssor& WIabereaf bere that oratole ntiana liknervt on o h 0ran Wa cid Ston 1Augsin S
....e *n: or ate tbr said fn wint pay WIJ M r. S~E, E J.:2P p :; 'i *
Thedivorced wife of x whcllionar the s u of OE wasNDRa rt y, An d -,l -
a tvis,~a tirla ot to marry angIsn of LAR8u for each and every Wase of '"
i a.io and, she s.wem sto have src QL asarrh astdtrt be 0 Oured by_ ths Wholehm le and Retan9 ily '
p happy ehord, None of emhr gitIsre u A ali ror P01 U 01erati Ig
I e orth more tha wn to before Q R EALER. Daily Thruh Pullman Seepers from Jackaovlle t N
qut of & milhlic, and front that sto snty presenee. lhts oe v dae of r t _
N^ft nolifirIA and -l'ltQ Teilt t:^ flil'l'yt '**-1^ ;1 '1* "" : 1**li' il i*-a .. p r tr g ^ -' l.'vJ**:^ l:;;,'

Obia t thrt a etnerA.D, 888 Fo fll ntenatonsen sle7-1r
------ ----.... (n~td A W qu nla suta on ooarrah Waleg4 Tot full 1Oh av oNEL 4vton 1o
Ahsasld"A D wdobb aR *ak or.OMtonear**xrher Tm

-em4E '* .V 44ana

It great d4iver4 Sty o
to wh e to ther this ,uaeti 4
eadaipable, Some arO p o the0
thal 120,000. wilrnotbe usiir
SThatfor the Amokent Provd and
lpa thh ear ying of thith eler of
w ilhit idrea on They do inot

t q O for, the purpoie,'f
b indrpingthe ity for street im-.
eilo its a 'great ,iiveters ity of
erAt de.late there this amo tiotl
et adviable.l Some arcc o thgly
Sthat 0oper00willy notwnes wi bear
tntL 'for the ,tork. desired and
positgd thote carryin of this eetion .
aHthtreasBOn. They do not ob.
bibonding thu city for street ini-
eti mpurposea, but think that
tiount should be larger. Others,
e, deSnclre that this Herout will
iCleRit, 'nd will vote accordingly.
Ch but property owners will bte
tted to vote in this .lection.
Great Improvements in daines-
'tvllle Since Last Visit Here.
it i4 Ctiase, a.k pronlitient busi.
Sof Clhiago, is pending a few
lai1esllQletis the guest of hia
W. W. Ohase, of tho Dutton
Otebi taiy. :
iat first visit of Mr..Chase to
tile for seventiteei years. His
9td here 'e natftti illy glad to
rd wl .inake his soiouri
.'A"relmarkbbble thing I that,
taliding seviehte yaarsa liav'
'InOi last hl e saw them, Mr,
'hursday reioogtized without
i& tumbrter of his old friends,
Hem bynamie as he met then,
lonitrates fine uimeory-a
which is seldom food,
thing is changed arouiud
Ue but .the face of myi oltld
good-haturedly remalrkedI
"' lThre are very few I
SOW that I tianinot recognized
filath uh.I am ,o.
I o0ue in yself to
0oT 4In .1 greet thilim with
IoToml' a-nd 'hello Bill,' but iin.
riitbly the reply is 'Who tIhl detice
re you?"
"it has been a long timhne sitleo 1 vis-
.ed Gainesville," continued Air.
hase, "but I have often thought of
. old town and my friends plasant-
Slam certainly gratified, as well
surprisedd, to note tihe litniy ii-
rovenients, and ucan tlly with tui-
unity that Gaitresville is o(.0ii of the
Slrt up-to-datl small citie's I have
Ver getl."
W Mr. Chase expects to remain hre
r several days. it is nee.dless to addI
iat his friends are glad to me' hiti.
Peath of Dr. Webster.
Itiforiiation hat boon received in
i, eity of the death of Dr. P.
ebster, which, sad event. occurred at
*homp itn Brattleboro, Vt.., on tit
ith' Inst., in thio flfty- sveith year of
sit g : .' : :' : . .
Deceased waf a relative or Col, 1. l.
'ebter of this city, anid had many
ienitid here. 'He was a pronitcinti
awi, and was for- ome Otime so urgeoni
tieral oil the staff of Gov. (Fuliei or
rhitiont, his native State. le w s11
Mason of high stand ing. lavin r.. -
(red the thirty.tihird degree.
Fiteodsot'Ceol. W'ebiterwilt lyiip,-
tise with hibi in the loss thia relative.

Mitlltt .Not Carry Any More Armis
TNetw Yqr," .Marih hl1i. -. nui riona
ire iwtridcirsttiod to hav* hei<''t?, rwi'i'it
Iy oichais of thu Cilyde- t'rartthip
ihle fr"m the state .'. i4partm/tt at
Welbifgtoan.,1 to acept :no. moe -arms
lI4 UMa)ntilttr for theislmla* rovolu.
tiobatts .in, San, Domnio.' minerall
ililaes i tald to be arratbi forM
eUatols of war from Genaada,
".:Th'e Amount We a'Et. '
Welw.ive nut by t '^ quan lt *we eat.

IP 4 hI1Ise. ,lo iter how good'

pai~fat youlr to 4is, is starves *he
4010") your ,iasiou 14 .
K *sel. 'ttthat your fuosit f
r 4ligested by takini a Bdoe ofh
%mAaut Flowe r btlore or fter I

"aftt i R O Tm. .l,, c toi
S. C atl~lontup' e *clkdldatby for
oe iin apt ;tio tw In The A49' I

le W illstae fr he seat.antwl
th daeitth'o 0cl"iNC ro',
The t dead eciugrottiSallWAO Iat titQ4
t'41e th law patimictr' of T(I'lran Md

Re .u l ',e ,wthly
It t tIlIr Ith s ll. I I t Wrl Ilet

Iog' l tl u itwt'tt ll h t '. t i it ii
'. i'st iOj Tht'l l ne I tv er tt 'k it' tu o 1

t' al l t il e A Whli L nt i to l y llu.it i. ti
lio t;nll it ju,'IHtl l l l^ r Wl),uPLr :
ll~li (oh lll'alm fil l il t,,\'-i,\ inoiilt, Ill otir

eolk p udo o 18 il lme it \\\ n
xc'ip tit'i l oi iir li ,nii Oiliy log't liheO
tlh n li. ltrii't. Souo 'i iti ihix''ra toy tlit''
l their 'i".l s' i lsoft r, swil'wl l itu i
ioe' ilollft 'iiu' I ni tiilli o i liiti' lls il iy
"onHi ll.' i .o llln t elli ha quit >e ist ly
0tli Iis0goitSOfur toin to, ciotuIrl It to
that of' a nltihal'r or y iin 0 lilIlng toilU[
(in1ch.t lnt0 1: iii'tt8llti as to why Wtiny
lift up 1 e it' 'r iiv ' ii this inci'tflil ltiii-

ge ted:
Firlst.- '"ut all luit a eo no piotntiil Vo-
eallsits tinld (i'fi l'irin to sing, by inifta;
tlion, fr'iiin iftrig ni ntl' ;
$ov'ondi,-'rhin .t V iiiiy ilet' IOrmIoss tlil
'xcft'jittiiuIn l elhlnt for liilliii ry, r tgi'tl i willith i l s.isc' oeoi tO' lie lidi'rotit
T'hlirin.-T-''lttl s lo in i ep o te nirne sIl)l
to lit' eliehlt ( iin t ht t l i.to tin i t led'
"song" is ol y ,tl ilWheliigol wof uldiitsa
whkI;lit su r (oli ltel dlsitrlu ii? idtritse -
A curtaln alionttt 0f color Is given to
the list theory by tho f tit nlift inamio
wh .icU ,wiriignht by tleiy neck in a
Sit e "sa-n'1 e.wilh ti Ilrhtr*tilt ws nithor
co iprofilon,t bt illnei aiit II ltrliigtt
-it h.1ibstalNit nt litelift a ao ilp'ttio, t't -li>n
doio i'] lI b

Iit 1 'iedl it varloul Wi'm a Vo 1|lite m(ItM sp I i. t i.
'WvOrye'tll i ll ( In 'ita of lily ti'lly
\whit(ie 'e'i'I ti 'trtlilhi to lii' iii g i1il loftlii
'the liliriiii'ppdhiH of tIhe I'hi irs' ihlt ..
bi'in. laf Is no I i(t x 'it illon Iil i tn'n rili.
I t.h i tl l sow hill et(l s al t llhlt' lor iir in
ltile wt i'eni'a lii ize ol i it! l iii qlii for
Tokiil nli'tiIt Alld ,t ir ii' ti lon ty iot lIth ') l-l
pd by l pc'lis *hiily uhli'd!eh wlh n pihrc
of jilie .l dh'. 1It I'd'-it.-i'O6tlhsIilti' rt ft1

gl' ithT
I I I) il' 11 s olt1 i [l rit in \it l t 'ti l i C
Oi o :il il hil f iI \ i' tl, ill' .i, ih til iil I
ktlsny wlas 'v .i

m ntlhg evlt t ii n Vttli ppll' ii't .iit i f i!i,

Happy, Healtpy Chrem.tP I
'f i ,, \, (1., mrill, or :"iur l '.t1i t1 . et

Itl Ii ol t i n aill, ofil tf re ,i dracl stil i
r ts ', !, I' lue it lihr trie' it l e, .'. '
Li ii' lt'l l'll l i, I' ll.t t, i .iw i ih lq Ir ]>i i ,
it rl ;i oiiilr liry llit ', (".l' Il 1 h 1r 1 f lh I

no'.tid, t f. il r "l hi:lilt i'riit i sit H
aihd Icrh 'lt if <',(iJ1 ;iri u )e it';. iti

eit l' f i ll Iui l.rlda tr r i The d t o blli
'iill fnrll'tni (
thol titiitita tiOt i[ti>p' i'r ihsitid fto. Jb't

S Happ, Healthy Ohtdr.itd -tt
prony child f iic n t t ,tiospherle ty ntdAr
Wifl teih pbyTi ife tety. Thi y o rftil arm

the.y ar o r llttin in, re uIi tin tir to -
cnot' fa' ite sle't rem ifil thr y rnit'oi
Luit r ci11#, 7Tthy etr. bill ii.

aSiu.y tie

.,Patat-fnt"- you give *m something*
,otnaA ^~tt#'sm' R~f'suiuwtt*'
.iti'. hue. l.iN ? t'. yte t W 'a i nu
fore *omns Phmla I cant rhsielw
1t, awsx t'it Vl 't le-Por toe'
sike, t ;ll ,me at Itistei|( awi

1* I..t.4 ..2sst^ i 1w s w 've 'h '
"i7 %o i
iLe _'th;.i 4:M*




Chic:g "M ai' o' asv to Robtbltg

I ato ( r i of o i ft t' !n '

f( 'il0 ,ii : 'au o. 1 t 1 1'i ; i I fiti i r
lfa's : th i r -: i Y. j 1 t i t iL ). o .

r i i nt t I1 m aidtI i
/'r'ii i :.;'i ... ... on b,, i'' t'i't. it or
I ns i '.' ; r '

h I f 'i 'i' . *) t l io t i i.|(l i 'r .;, tt -

rt' f ii i i tr ti ;'h l t r \ hnt Htio

dystwyO 'ibr ouigt ,< ()it tolry iv I'hiOrf.

A PhysGcia. Writes
"1 a>I rle*iriimn of knowing i( the pro.
fse~igns ,)a obtabin lxlting hIMlk fot
pi'e 'rie LihiK lurpo'uo ,y? I, Ithw h t ,n of
greitl- t ii Io t Ii" Irfiithi' mutj, o(f
dyaprpttii brought on hy i'xc'>'ne or
"(.ivfrwu I ir l t Wii fl h,
their h alr thfaby i, if, 'h <,! 1 boltlh
at Johlqnon H >lm,'

Pneumonia follow LI Orlppe
but never follows tho uie of,


Itetops tbh (ongb ind bshu the iuasg4
Preventi Pn"uomnila tad o0,iimptot&l

t a i. eeWi din, 'P, ,hit, *su b V
.* -. _W b .Mel ~.l _~Itam ..

13 att A" air. 1 t Ji 'J

so* I'wtri. All l 'ok "ari
.f.e espta lp Prenp$1ttr're, .

A 0It sLOA


'We OAvs~icaja vMt Maruis. WaV iusmsl
OU.R ItAL t UAI 0TIt l M a W*St M A i Ui ofm t AsptM

As'iy dr, ggs seap esetsq uw i
ss.rK?^ y~s~ *ot:

TakeThe Atiantc Coast Lftre

vI i
tii i i "r Jtit" '" f 4
r trai'ltI.J4 lL7
in.' 'atl "U ,ti ,,sit P.( "n.ii V lt,, tl n

ft;iP ai it l lit ii Ui pasifh tf4 (l $ rvico
I M'l'n ll*, ii tfthuit i' rittiryt .7, I't

), IaYj or

. i... i)Ir t ..

X Atillt

l: "i ty
8 1.* p ty" 1

( LAINI^VILLE V I E .A rri.t r am '
IHigh Hpringsttl a nld ter-.I' -' !i
ieliaihte Porints .,Dally
io l 'dilies tiurg a-d. Taid i.tt ,, i'* " p "a -
hi term.ditiae Iotli te :
a'ailat kl, laytqona, Jlattktionvihle, l
'. ^ Inrtim n iu o l lia. Wt l..d *. ".' '* '"l. "y

SHtigh 8pritg1 Wlyeriss.$. attavailah, krtittaw|l0k ;" .L S4, 'Ir
. Alitatiy. Atlan! t il. Ppinti ortt, East Wes I I .

..i.. :' h 'e, "."ti.o py o Ul *t" a %. ) ,:
': ': "1 '^; I; :*:,

4t it ti t
D .l yil fth I, l hin*.g .... : h .. tlrtO i

(A'ohi betwt( iM A' tg t iIst an C II ;ag O. ly o oo0t' tt out. .i
A i r k v a ai w k i i rimt. t l 'i 1: 'l -h' ,. ., ,, t'!. - *: ,. 5','- i
t''te e e tk.lt yA"I - .
li u i kot*lt it h -';.- 4*-. A, ( ly ,.I , 11*

Ar tt .

J.,N., Me ASw -
t4r"i-4 lia "t, t
Ar"iflhbst. "o:;, ..... :( t t .u,, ;';;';,. .. :: l*.4
A .*. .:.* R M ,' *'

t.*w o 5 *'. *,i'

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at the ctcows of the,
ptile, wish him God
o sher sr Anvri ovr

hIopvs th1t h4.e wifl l e
I increase eoiergy and comn-
W itiii by his dispensoOtion
' receive the bneflt and
f h presence at our next

rdlRa-eslgns Pastbrate to
Up Newspaper Wo'r*6
l, M -ach 1 RLev, F., C 1dO
resigned the pastorate of,
ohliarh ofthbis ipdae to a-.
poola-te edltorhip of ,lthe,
*it1.t^pblisbyhed, in tJaok.
Ito ba- beto a ltison of this

44Wj1 f4e of ). Vtera-O uro

nMrs. J.H i. P t o
r4 s o andtr. !A, l 80Wlk b, W.
Al iswIottoG slAts iie th
CArter ws at home 8S ay
r 0 t oh .rook camP,
1 O:. ch1tty ptda Gaie5vi. l0 a visit
F. fitIlI ad'% son, L wson of
t1oeevIIlle visited rla'tlives he'lr thi-s
tVis. R OArterof. St. Ptetersburg
a vilito here Sutiday '
16MI i 01sMaite Riversois home gain af-
i rt apenti.nsngiom timt itnisncoto', t'a.
T'heillast attraction *ll4f thIe Oe aSon
ws iveun Mnday nlglhtat F ealter' &.
joholigsni tall of the lyoeumin outrao,.
A good e owd attended as "usual.
t''hBseattritoilolis haiv atlordod quite
'A ;good deal of Intorest, and have
helped greatly to breuukltliojmiootony,
tiurhng ,the winter s.oiuits. i
4tl 0!$ Attentltbn to PostAl Laws.,
WnalnuhitoulN>, Muih 17,-- iter Ad-
Pl'otirKter tiezriiral Wy ine liha called
thi a't t.41OiorAn t l U11 Ptinflt ert to thol
lauv rastlrietihig f'lue nittil .t0 of tfirat4
l t L1tii: mail atter 1. ito i not e ceed four
ipiudt i hli each package Tlohe stitulte
nli.s ,Ot be tidti'i *rlc(y 7ttororeed for
iio'le timei. b t, wll .i i the fuIiture.'
Kailllr a d dKi 1 Dine. .
YV~it, lpain. littiJi'h 17,4lmpt enr,
WiliaWlula athhlt (hig Alpihoiinse, ltunchitl
ody'. "i n' ,lirilt tih, .Spitist ,roy al
yaht G itlraliu.
lpl tiMosiol a tl, ( titul{ Streawm.
i t it CRis iut f to 1i nt int 'lutlts o
of rt !ulf stb ,oii lnlw. k rt'lt its inf ila
2 w w'rild. r lefWt h.(*,i tiluoiiuvyw of
mei0t q ilt wood ns d tah'rullt
%vere ^ fl'oqticty rttitl lotll t hiots'of
4 21iuropo anmd-,oOf lyinlhNisia,0' ':inI> u{o
ti'hes e ,414411t dI 'oI tuiitul td biy t'o0
abu*,, a-. d to hi's 'thou umlitful mittnd
Sthy wer conti m i evidn by of th
iact thiatt .t'tn launs wtrt out far
oie l,4 hthe lf mli"at lld;"tt iltual
Wi ngdwsdhl fronntis thot Auert' t i'
401ti 1" ON,:a th*tt t pat 'tht gutt
: respI*nutaibl' for the discovery
L Ib to..w wot '
r||!ti|i*,.W ; has latj"t gt I n.
o l' t e tiut ts t a, l e.ati
.*iu!!|i~ft '. ht i aatNeu' a-ti~XorG

Piorra bound for H(ariax,. 9he ws8:
augt in i;te hlt and temalne4 help.
less for mpanr y a
Negro Mv urdrr to Hang.,
&orre Mat lues Ind'fMitch 11.-i$c ha.'
min Spring, it a negro, wa's today found
talltO' bt t ihe murder of Jeas~h Case at
4soItenjeod to be hanged July 1.
St. Vatr ii'a luriwarg t .:
Melitol songs A11 legends, which
tre rich Itu all hofth ifaytitea| anad
ftutastial o4ro, lotate tbe Ofxntranne to
St. l Itrlc tiunou "purgatty" on,

ftwo -tg w '( u9WM "iro tue cavern
wuid b #vodf the. < pa of the eaul
;1t:1rvqt#rOfe t 4p0th. h 'atrip k bisit
a pt lho rance of
ANhll .mur gtt o' yhad a s curedl d the
N; wt1A strong 0t 1h8 tord locks of'
p,4ttihtu' ua ottitltleo workmnitlitdp.
Loigit 1)er,' next to JeruaIoei1, was
010 eW 'lijoaeil dt e ipo'aon rti dur
TIgyim miditaoie ,rsl, Thouitnds OVisited
"pturgatolry" 'every yelar. And the whole
lsltl 1'iad thli ppearnne of a pcpu-
tl o u s i i ti it n 11
eIovoriitble 1tUleii In ltndiq.
A nttaie h t ofit t lien1al of, at leastt
In Anwt'rlc, is the ltuver colored 1intit,
':with two heds, or lpritps tbey shottid
ptio Cilleld toOithis, tlgltpl it does not
nvo two motuiths it the sant ttime,.
1'liy eare"rottillo *icuoutlts O. tlhe ()i0l)(tt it'iutl evet'y Al i pi. a ths, It
llio's witoh tIhl l e ends cirosed on iitel
.0t hu, Altt lvith toldedr l tiiHds. Every
siX ,stli "h w tl chnge of the seasons
rversesl the ftilil n i slldis of thi two oends,
(ho 11l1111 l t.( d 'emig oth hmllia hld t) wtail
liostwting ,t1 heaind. 'T11ill mouilth t one
4,1111 hlils or (l"iclos' upti all but n 11 unall
oupning,1 0llii the t ulopposit eind t be-
c6'le the uouth for tihe next alSi
011111 b4 ,
lBrton Cllil e 'i.
The Brotoi )chl)ild'ri are plous, suipor-
sthitious, stolid, strain, t ptiaent'iiln d very
Sthotou gl. T e gElTria. e wIntelligent a'id
ui'i'enaing, Thliey io1 l(lo afinstays of
thei iltuily. A chiid of tl n utindertakes
to lpiirlmtieni bothl household work
and tbo, t'tri. T he boys are more or
lss 11tipHl, hlandIsome, irowse ftNced.
country Iuri>lnr. Bo.ee culture umI to
be the 'tavorilte occupittol of the lire.
Stoll 14 T.l ittwiets wi, (oiue at S41
bidding 1nd will even votcr lii trom
iid tio root wlli",t l stiViig.
S'rathein Awa WMth,

Aftrjtlin it lit.fhe (ed HI
'-itold htiti tuMih ti anle od
'..~,~. ..n.i le l
drt'ss o unohri setsoul' l flonlton Pt.
C olds Caua Petmeonit.
a told, peepaeted on tho ingi, Oso
lug pieuinitds, $l -that of Mrs. 0r.

OuQ hingtan . ilitag so weak;l 6d
tiw t l teM irn uldowWtt wrlsh>t fron 148
to 92 poUtods. I tried a number of
rctuwdiea-to noall ai fhl I used One
AMit 1110 Ore, i tir bitWes oft
s wolatt 4y o1er1d n1 0on.
ttiy of the It011\1, '.trs thead niy
lunigs Awtl stoor2l 4u6 to my amru
w h igt,I IeU ad- rn rold by

foif ns wot 4lrrmfattU4.4i.
alrogs y p1r 4-t4`1so.14.'
M H^0.4 you w at Cg luo qtttre4 I he
'X'g^. a-Ir. sulddtiV'^t. ^tu



le~t /itno cor tbk4 tryiK^s el mate, sac
tane longer' thi others, onatruoted
S tbest msterialS,. and mtost a s lstlo,
Sworkmanthip ota1ionble
t) tate n every

Sold uby tdotilnuou9y-rr

without a a$ngle foilutre, If n
ant pai o or. a lifetime's
servi40uy the

PrieOs as lo'w as i oonalstont with quality
cash or otn e satermn, Sent oh i6 days'
trial, We pa freight.- Writo
Sfor. Ices T ODAY.

Luddn & Bates

000tlen Musik House,
SAVANNA[ i -l A.
ES'tABtlSlED 1870
GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
-^. ---



has cured more bad


of Indigesti041 i, L rip1G
Stomach dis *M 0Coughs+

ALL OTE R remedies


your"tr s or
the MActui'es.



Froin electricity ,are becoming more ,
and more essential to the worih 's pro
g9 ss'. Our failiM,9. for supplying Ion
tor, lamps', wlr, and one
'and lntailii; ^g therm arpapticular)l
^ffol~ent.' you waut *anything e)4l
trial, from a push button to a dyn)PI
mo, we are at your service.

Can tor and ta ghten'lole t1eigtih
of nShafting ad'Pipe-utting
.Upto,91 rhe. ,

P. H. IESTOAAD, Prop. ad Rgr.



Alachua Pool Parlors,
(. Bures, Proprietor.

Located in the Porter Block, nouth
side square. Three flrst-cliate tabled.
Good light, and prompt and courteous
service. The publeispcordially invited
and always weloomie.

WoL i'FA 'I R. .









bo Ti M Ira-r
v^ .*Vii "06 tAm4 Ati Is M I$
2 *^l '^iA ^^ 'u 14.1a-g,''i :*^^


QGamvuicts, FtLoIDA,

can sell your eity property, ;in.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
truoking and farming land. 9ead hinm
a list of wliht you oufr for sale. 2142mn

Coaveyanctlug a ecaty.
.---.. ....
Office ait Residenoe, '801 Eaat Main
street N. O, Box 814. 14.04
D ENTI Si',.
[Successor toSeileer AlderMai|J

Over button & Co's Bankl,

Specdal attention to Crown and Bridge work,
Phone 70-3.
Graduate Baltimore College Dental Surtrrl
Five years' experience In New York Citl.,
Crown, ridge work and FiUing SBpeoluales,
Owitc IsN iNmDUL Miwo OAKmQANsB. ftA
JON.N MENZIS, Proprietor.
; 19t3ilW.V Bayat,, Jaokson vmFls, '
Faut beer, bottle and draught, ion't
fai1 to call on me when in Jacksonville

b Arend's Saloon and : e ,

Merchainti luliih froit, 12 ., 'p ,
Betsoloua Rioeisejter, al i m,.^ 3 :
porited Wrbe rgr hme tem Draught

d o *er," ?Pool',+ 5' .4, Eo*Mi gg
Al 4S. l8OW. Bay st,

*'^ 1 ^*^^ flt tli .:';^ ;;i^;*^
,iM''fM- 'fIIl- i WH ~~~ *'

' Gainesville


vy wu.r

,,,S .. ; ,; .'' : )

ja % oT l I.La llp lt 4AUU"
Gai ,ha' had its IlWa fair
oas to oh,, F. w'dir
~i it sell the buildings at.
Pa,!rk a;d'; 'go out of :bsi.

'~lor n, who, with Sidney
Is charged with; attemptingg
!Poston,. Ga., 'says; they In-.
l~ r tli :''1 ;,te e ....ous and.

iQlotee committee on military
:e agreede' on foiir sites for
ti.t military camp grounds. Ten
4 acres are to be added to the

a house ,of comnuonal Premier
,WAS beaten on 'a vote on the
itoatlonal estimates. Mr. Bal-
wever, refused to reotgn, isay-
as a snap vote.
ding Kitig Leoppldh la the suit
i4Aliast thTu by his daughter,
ntess Longay. Maltre Demot
ie4 the countess as more !inJm
ile than the d'resamaxers.
% Po'ole, general foreman of the,
a0r MAirMLpe shops at 'Americ'u,l
sa b at nm94 as general. master
eaiitlo of the fourtA and: :flth di.
ons 'ith kda4qrartmers at Savant,'

h house committee onJ terrltortis
naiold'"ing the staitehood problem.
d *l'proiable:tlhit a bill will; .\1i
vd for tite admisslot of A rilyont
. :'fexJ .'2An' i Oklahiomta a.niid
Ii erritoryiti s-two agI
o' Yotu Want Strehgth?.
Y ott wait to inoreaso: your
Jtul ypot t.nut add tb and not take
the hysial. ti other words,
odthat yo at taistbe digest-
EaRinated' a.ud aPpropriated by
n nthe .intestines,
dobl Dyopepsia COIreadds to the phy-
mii. It giyes trength to and builds
tin thi hulan lsytem. It
'leaMant to the taste and palatable,.
I the only ooinbination of digest-
t tLat will digest the food Ind ien-
ethe ystietn to appropriate all olf
health and stringth-giving qiafli-
Sold by all druggists.

rth Carolinp Society in NeWe York
Meet Around Festive Board
ew YiorR. March 17. T) h Northl
M.lna Soclity oif ,tw Yoirl his .hold
fotii'th annual hInlniluit (io > teil )anil-
'fary of the battle of G(lilforrd Court'
uise, :whilh so lar agely ronlltrilitod l
tile surrender of Ct(rnwalllts.
Preslidfnt Chatrles, lryan presid-
Senator Le o Oveorman, wiho spoke
the toast, "o(iod Ol t North State,"

C~Onserative, rorgissiv t North
rolina iias surmouttled th.e hiorr
'tlebcivil iwai and i's in an era of
M ie'ty. Shoa has partially solved
qegro ine ..ton It let .:lone, she
1 tnally solve *t '
WiIRYii B ialfour, fto)rnnmr stor;
S iemrail of NtOrth Carolina, S okp'
*t :: Het de cleared that. politficiins
S pilnthiropists an ot give teine-

The I'Name.Witch Hazel, .
'he neaife Witch Hafe is muelh t
add. E, O.' DoWi, & Co,, ihicago,
I the t r'isttsI If the ooritinl andh
I guaiae Witth'u -lsel iilve. A,

ea, l iter.rplesl laete. There are
as soonterfalfo i s -ailw> somei
oarM I e dartfotX ui1iitwhle thII# 0
wort e, .n boylutg Witch Hael
re s -, tht then-tnie. Do "Witt
.o.,lmli&go, istoi the box tmd .
eersala.. do by al druggietmi

k h Pet a d AnitalM

tibep she was .*kl .ta,4 4

ipectIttly ,llIfit their 0Ipport.

To thle benlloratio vote, r of Aa0hlua'
tf'tia ty resapetiily announce ,myself
ac~andidate for the Leglilatture, and,
solicit ypur support, I will abide by
the Action of the prnima-ry.
Soliqlted by many friends,. ai-'
nounxtoeli eti----audiiia fa r "Repre.
senitatli o rto Alaohu a, oou tlty in the
inext Leglislature, subject to the Deroi
eratie primary, if elected, the peoo
ple of Alaohua cean feel atsAured that
their iiterets will 'be well ta-
ken care of in otiu next Legislature,
and I shall especially ex ercisoe my n-
fluence for the' euletmdnt of a vagrant
mw siunlliar to. that now in' forced in
heorgia, whleh has donl so muah to
solve the labor problem in. that State
I hereby announce nyself al a can
didate for RepreseatIve rom Ai
0thua county ini the noxt Legislattirt,
subject to the.action of the Demioorat-
Ic primary, and dlicit the support of.
my fell oibitizens. R epeeotfuly,
*. ..TILLMAN,,..
.. rs o herisf.
lo t/e Deof sfh'o tVtei', Qf Ad(tocua
IJ embrace this method of exproxping
my armestis appreciatfon,,otr e oo.'
idenos ) you placed inie in g1898, and
coniuuhsly froin t d'thAut0, to this,
,utUa lnd. ftOki
aid. slneterly trtt th: t your eotni.-
denoeB hmtanot ben' betlrayid;. "1:' hve
edeavoired, to he 'very best of my
ability, to do my duty, regardless of
par sona or the coosequIenoes to myI .
self. How ell I havet.succeeded 'I
leave to you to lidge I. have been
encouraged iobelieve that li y efforts
hve receivedd tho approval of the
peaceful, .lw-lo i g .eitianis of imtir
county, for Wliph I am 'truly thainkfl,
1 am again a Muildidate for the o ilce
of sheriff and illappreeolatieour sup
port, arid proniitse, If re.electted ,.to ro.
siteilB uty duties unfettered with :tiny
proiTme to speciat favors, ar d ithal en-
deavor in the fiU'ture.,:aasi thiti past, to
(o ny duty theebest I know how. Prom-
ising it eletvted or defeatdtt not to lbL A
canidadIte for the office again4; fes-
oIeOtfully, L. W. PENN.FiL.
I enbriiee tijtiletithod of aiootii.eingg
myself as a candidate for hlieritl of this
county, and thspef'tftilly solicit votes
for theo 1ionlitiationt in the icotauty pri.
mary. Agaiti ithtiikting ilny oiitlAi.-
ents for paitt favors. Resita.fiilliy,
T, il. \VIlIAtr)..
o the .Deinorat8 of Aktacha (0)1hnt/.1
I ainimouic immyself a caundidatet .for
8herilff of Alalchiaeounltty, shubjec.t to I
the Din0cratTc primary. If lheeted
1. shall discharge thie duttites of, L ti of-
(lhmt to the best of mny ability, and so-
lici.t the support of Detmocrat, Ite-
petfully. W CV.C, HAGUE,.
For Counly Suporinlendent of Schools.
I respect fully iatnoutine myself a
candidate for the ofliol of 8qperLn-
tendont of Publi I"tlruetion of Ala-
chua county, subject tcho Democratlo
primary. I I sllett the support of il1
Democrats, and promise, if elected, to
useevery honorrabl e effort to Advance
tih public' school inlereete of theeoouri.
SI herteIby Rthunumoe, nytelf ;a Teanl ..
dfate for the ofilee ::of. saper)t.tt.>idhfit t
of Publlio inittrinutitlon of Alitehua nettii-
ty, sibjeLh 'toethe eotlon oaf tie mo-
rati primary, And I etul '
thet support of atll 'Donmiratle' votena

I am a candhlae for the ofhce of

or the D.ermoratlc primary, id so(li0t
elest I ill f1vor reItr'ethment
and the pri ntit of ttt h ljE,

As the ;ltate Iiecutit've Ulommiutm,
las selected the 10th day of ., ay fo
holdhtR our primary eleotio, I hc'reshy
aneounee *tuaseif as a acadida.tea our
the priltioet of Cleri of tb Ciiaiuti
Court of Alethu tcmoitf, a5 .1 wlieit
to ,h.s.ot ST, sotaS a tiot,
If Vlewt hir n.intl!.,6 to thefi ta

p0rt of thie D lla iovotrots N 'th
eoty, GA', ON.,,

I I a did5 fuori O lun tQ y Judge,,
ian4 be tlo say thAi.ti the past I setred
S uithrully, ian4akyou to trust tue
ag ainI s frir you thAt your eonti.
dence wil not l b6tiae(ed. I ask for
your votes, pe*lnginta tat I will ibe
trfe and faithful ala-tithe past. Yoirs.
truly, As ---d--ic.
Por Tax Alssesor.
I respectfully tanneoe myself as ll
aalididatde for the, office of Tax Assessor
of Alaolltia countltyA b lt to the Demn.
ocra o prinliry. l 't lg lhein appoint-
ed to fl out the iniieplrd term of my
predecessor, I ow iask the good people
of Alachua county for their .sppor at
the polls, 1 Willtde l o my power to
make a faithful and efficient, assessor
and to mnae a more 'perfect ot of. tax
books each uccefiedlti year. Respo6t-
fully) WILl, l8 W' 1OLSON.
For Tax Collictor.
I hereby, 0ntiout,1 tumyself a cindli.
date for r- niiin tlo a ii C i l
torof Alaohiia. aoUihty, sbjuet to th
Democratioprimniry. I anI t nti
notlid anod elected, I ihail (aitatfully,
eolleoltilouily td o tirto dt
chargt the duties (n<~tm cm( t the,
oaile. I teetnfutllol ic t o"ur sup4
port in the toin'g i a an. RIte.
spde'tlily, W. l0 NON.'

i' take thi.irttletii4.t ainnol l:a
nyieglf i canudidattf fi' Couinty O) ,m.
UioMitioer fromPii Jltilet No. 8, otbjiet
to the Dtnuiwwratit primary, Itf lecttd.
.I shedl serve the p ieopl to the bost of
mly itllity, exereiitog peital atr lin
spei.dl b tle taxpaVyiers' money.
linw ihorin, Vl/., he .l lir 1004,
T lim frieadsm of M. II. SlogliuAte4 r lheir-
by annouior e him ai aa canm1idate tfor
ICounty (,otillhissioiei r (r6o+ liitrltic
No. 2, toil ti ,'(Ie*it oot ity f ( til)n aisrilmn.-
or Th'hd (, thryia st, who.i 'unumvwe
tliat he will iLeo l ial wiiad laiti for ,. ro-
election., If hvloted i r. SMiauRhtler
rOnigi fll ai d f tiuhlltl mniflhlinimlio,
tr i ii of -th4 t aitf rst i lft i d(ih triit,
tind alsksa iho uipirtl if the i)(oi .rair-
ic voters of this o riot.l,
'I hortby .nIunoul.t! Illyeilf a4 a caui-
dlidmit f r (.301 1ify ( 'iititnil gflhio ier tf iii
lDistritt No. iS, so.lbjet ft ttho Di'oDmuo
.cratit ipritii iry, i)id hdiiit thl tiulif
port of t ', vtLerllfi lof titi< district,
pled(glhg tillii t(!ui)inii l Miv id iitimpitrlial
adliinistratil. li- i f tlhe i t4irts of the Ill
fIhe if( el til'd l{vspt titly,
A. A, M ,ui:.

For Member of School Board.
'Thl! friends of 'Capt ,. A Kiing, iap'
mreeftiik lli t inh m qtiUatitiai.inta ,
worthi ild hlotuIgrity, atuillim' lhili nao
a caididMlat for moihmb r of t, tli oKhOOi
bourd fti li di trit No, 1 tiwl retoo
pectfully Sli'lt 4utiiqt of all whl de-.
isiroe an htntiit 'ttiti 4 ir jitiidei itti re, of
icotnty iichool filitis.
At the. riAqetis. of i frl,%oidsl I -til.
noince itself a es is'd iiite for reni,.*
Inatiin for mmoilbhr iit h, .oiard of
Poblic lastrutiinU from district No; 11
,iand arneintly solhcit tiw votes aind Ji-
enoet. dof toti! all hmo lf rA ii l the la,

ueaiilotial intoereas (i of ite flciti.it.

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By requ4tst of fr' 'id, t anno
M 4''. endidltto fIrr nitmemb(
Settool Board from l)itnt r Not. 2.
lefstd I .will faithfJ Oy d im
tt Idisahl.ric. d ;U0,Y' tof -ths
f io teliB t bI f my ,h tif .,o
,tiwOl^''<:>nit, r i~l i*" *'ipitrA IM

'orth or Wat

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FtORIDA, MARCH 18, 1904,-



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I ill

or0fiii tHi-iiLidIlIWi
!,. "" ." :"rii. 1 li 11 .0 o ,
.. . .,, .

liaison Ti,

W ith ,C atanH & l.
a-espapers for sal e at 'The Iun
.S'gun is on sale at tihe rown

r JJ D1 M. ."l has returned from a

I ,I f VI I to bo. +: 8l ^
,iith tn4sitptille.l
nsonls Wondrfil Salve for sale,

C itY t estMustbe paid this month.'
g44 close Awril I. -4421N
Mr T. 8. Allison of MIMitianopy Wa4
th|pping In tlhecity yesterday.
0Hon .. if. Mefreary made a busi-
thoittip to acsonvill yesterday.
ply a onua o .'IDonald Saders.
T. I MRae4 of 1lawthor.to wasl among
the visitors to Gaitnesville yesterday.
142Is Steplhens of Ofila wAs tr ns-
ai; fng buuiieps itt thih city ysatetday.,
O'Don1ald A Saunders are making A
pe1i1l run on all kiinds of conned
Attorney Robt.. V Da vl I made as
brief tprotfeoital trip to, Jacksonville

Thee friends of JBenJ. Arnow *[i re.
aret to learn that he ls oflined to his
Dr. O rb.. Hune,, of o j
t4r visit ietlrday.
Chold g wet t at.ho s rIaldT d o n
l laud, iot t he fvor,'
Rtemenbe Ilkesthogreat hypno.
t a ke departed stedy tot

O ?. P~tu, it anooteostl tr..
011W^ i *fA1s h was transaoting

'd E rd.' 'Sbspjard hxve re"
3tpa~' tirein th* ISt'aqy c0ta41 tP thu
U98 Woot Otap street,
V L. U6e06 4 Kirk w o wNs tradIng'
0.?te 'that, 464-

10016 016. lesdlbjiththelir now home.
ieto1 s Ladiee' Aid Society of A, 0,
()he gQh ,rab will give a box i sopiit
St this home of Mr. and Mrs. J. '. Ack.
ld 5 1 l' e y,justnorth of the' NorthCQain a.
mi, SuiboM ni lB1'Fridanigty ich1
19 and ltjhJ The ladles are invited to bring boxes
Switch lunch for two,
Sof ble 1ty 8. V. Duke of Gaineaville has paOr.
IGainelville chased the bustsops of the late W'. U,
y. 'He waiB Stevens' at Donnellon, and will- con,
liere he hWii' *no the business tt that place. e-ta
'*f.* ore Tloebua county ,went. dry Mr'
iiwho has Du did a very large bsnesin

'to daughter, ':Miss Pit, of Waea
hoota, were among'thiirisibtors to this
city yesterday,. Mr. Walton, who Is
one of the' planters of' thatsection,
Onae Thoe Soan agreeasble call,
Mr. and Mrst George K. Robinson of
Ocali have arrived in the' cty, and
will be the guesti o' the' former's
,brother, "oo. W. Robinson, fqr a
few days. Mr. Bobinson l. one of the,
leading ilthsens of the rick City.,
Mrs O. V. stabrotok, an. esaniable
lady of Pialatk, was in the city for aa
few hotrsyeasterd'.ayt 'lihe wasl.en
rote hoe from High Spring, snre
she'ha benon a brief bt ean
viit( to her ionE, U gneor igeorge l-
tabrook .. .
Mrs. T,. r,. Shhau mind sOn of Oolurn-
bia.8, 0.C were In the city (or a few
hours yesterday.. Tha ITformer i a sIs.
ter of Engineer George tLyons of, the
Atlantic Coaist iAne, and was on route
to San Aptonlo, wherg she" will visit
relatives,t! !er
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Strouse de-
panted yesterday for tiew Orleans,
whereDr. itr eonse will open an' en-
grnBn, nday.' Their stay "in
aesti hat been very, pleasant,
and riend wish them health and hap-
piness until they return again',
r. '. Mansfield, tormerily a naval
mtors operator of, Growv Park," but
;who is now engaged in a similar host.
neas at Polkmi, .is, was amnohg the
Knifite iass g.reat ,mfany iednd5i in
ths etetl who wouki be glad to have

'Prot okes,the hypnoist ardd mind,
reaeor who was to have appeared it
the o ouse h asswsy voning, very

that an *npoeragsg. audlaAe wil
gret itAlt, The ad10sion hit bet
rneWed to %.'0 and tr tenai te oter
that all may atted. t pie

'*SpookPine'Al :Died : ab, 189-*

|eatdy wNu asimataed to tne. Af.

mta '1in te in iSt uoast ilty hicli
altered his plsns.
Mr. and Mrs W L, Pr1n ce ofr
Unlontown, Pa., who have been so-!
journing in th is, lty fpr the past tow..
weekO, departed yesterday for t,f
'Petersburg. After a short stay there
they expect to turn to .their North-
with Gaineille, atd express aninten-
toni of retu rnil next season.
With commendable energy Photog.
rapher ". P. Smith aecured a number
of views of the T'aborrile during the
festivities a hilh, have just closed
there. These views are both exterior
and Interior, and Mr,.Smnith expects to
make a good thing financially when
he places thei on sale. He is a fine
photographer, and it is unnecessary to
add that the pictures will be good.
As will be seen elsewhere, A. A.
Mc~ae of tlelrose an.nounaes himself
as a candidate for County Comrnis-
asoner from Distritot No. ,. l-Mr. Mo-
'Rae isone of the: oldest and most in-
fluential' residents of the East 'lEndi
He has always beei a good Demoorat,
.a eonSlientious gentleman and a friend
of the people, and in the event of his
election will no doubt make the di40
trlt an eiffclent repriese"Jatt e,i
D. R':i WN RE Q.W.TUR lNH .Ot.
Afteiir Six W kk pent in "ibil Teach.'
In'og, i'sparts for Virginia.'''
SAfter t l weeks pem t n this city,
during whlhb eveiy lday with the ex-
ption or 8liu dylie hs delivered a
it. 3 Wtzof ,Vit ... 4'0, departed
Wto it hiho o^W ii;t1j.
%r:. Titowais *luse f1d.andcol-
leargut of sOlsr.qc ^8.trost,
thuhitthleintttiotto t Wlhom he came
arneant and opete1tIble s' uden0 t
in the Unistd ttite had his work has
;be'eti vriyiBa(' tiv4 her. opened
Cferernce with his
ltitraottyv la are. F'or e t e
he spoke vQS4ytoativglon thel Wov
;t 'd, andtwhen the hile nW4 eO
ran their convention, his services were
stl latii demandd, f^ shoil he 'have
stipp14 `h4 n ilot twul4 s0o1 4 a.O
u*&< belt l hk Atet two wks
oftbiOhe haitiM A n ^ te sihai.

1 Th0 Il^sttelpewrttwnly deserve
Sgod patroige f ot theyr have given
lveaville the best and most inviting
4pateIyIth e city bas ever, enoyed.
Thet Brow.n Hous*e 1 Op a goo4 repo-'.
itiottn over the. b nire pfate, p4 evoen
those who have, been acuastoi ed to.so-
jourtiin' at the big and expensive,
tourist hotels compliment the sefivice.
L Plesantlicnlc Party.
A pleseasr party of young lediei
coMtptising Misses Maggie, 'Gertrude
Ond Emma Robertson',Kittle Oarsinl
ad OWlieCoarpoenter ent on a drag
id e to ewan's ke Thuriday, where
tbey spent the day in a nimanwr mist
enjtyable. The youtng ilades wen on
a fish fry, but friend venture that)they
wer intent the lunch whidt they
ptppAre4 before heirdeparttreits none
of theoO enjoy the bet' reputation' as
flaberwomen. It is needless, to add
however, that Athey enjoyed them.-
soelve.,, _____________
Bamuel P. Holmes & Co broker in,
tOks1 glrait> ad ealion. inidwin
Ilbk, Jacksotivllo, Pha. petieft at-
tintlon to local e1urities RtfU r to
iy'h ackat 4 in 0 rrd' 'r.x e.i
6 ie (IIreotly on -floo oot eow YIork
R xoknaxebtnge. 4.-dtf.
T'o New Tork-Pt'son Oobntemnpat.
& 14,wi o'York and rettl by
tea i&on1"' by' eore-


U 018 Beeih. Street,U


Qaftnatters ttlis line.
Mal ,and eegrph or. '
ders proptly attend-
ed, to.

Gaines'~jlle, Florida

E Copies and large
i Portraitsfrom life
a spealat ty.
Fini l shed
C t t olIrs,
chrome a F

Th O g t ''

Gal'nesvile, Fl.orid.

i Min at S .,iratorn er sothof P. 0

Sear die the E ,

I Famous COontinental oysters
and drip coffee. Western steaks
Special attention tosappers, to
ty or less plates. Special orders,
regular meals, Try one of ot
meal ti-ckeits o o
--- -i-tbern Bell Phone No, '7.


s y inch B ck Ta-ieta, regu al
pr 1*.25, this week only .

.0 y4ar86inO Black T 'repa
price *1.0, thisweek pt

20Q yards Waok Peau de Sole, ood va1ue
at.$1., this week .

+000: yards atl ch: deBiole, rg lP e
,t. br.. e.


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