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 23, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02190
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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'I s Vic tim s H a d B e eno .1w it jer, ". T hee m arquis w ill re 'tu rn Th. or, B ml~t tt ..h .iu to ai~d O th ers -
l !vora1.. the io ,Mar-i4.p^..'n vetgating PoStt.SctandaL. l ,' :,t r' a. Wounded ..e~lee.
'+ "+' he Foo, March 21.-4 p. m,-The0 Sr ep :o, iD sthWt rt ...... .
OuMATION OF LAND FIGHT h f thi cru ls Yaeu I htIdoH ilit, MU)CH INTERESTED MANIFESTED rng to clth hhre. Mrr Iiristow saI ONE HUNDRED M IN FIGHT
o-' R a t h a Ha. Che t on- he ,ii iad ,w nrati n except what hOt )T
Ambition To Drive Rusis a n ThCo ittee Get Don to ed ot tod ,, Igsed that Detetive W i atig th O
"d Remiav rr d Mr' Wy iln (ottih iwoir tlat t
is the Arrur and Restore Man. here, It is understood that it Will Business and the xiitioation of in A to th e eas s tlon o th servations of the L quor ~Lw When
itl to China and Annex Korea. proceed o New Cwang as aoon as Witnesses Goes i -InvestigatIon r loril, he hid. would furntsh the. He Waun Attacke by It iia' -Po.
r News From the Far East, tlice is clare from that ort WilReuie erl ce W Draw-into th t
S Yrl March 22.-Num erots Jap Stp American. Off icer. a it Mach 2T-j- 'h t McCal vi t. a .de l loth New r, Mrh i. a
ons at the local prison are re- T eoul March 21-2 n-The Jalp- c t t y t Mr tl t w and to ow N a
id t o be d e t0 the nHovaont, or atese lIa dHaltopped rigaler Genercal tnt tit reort fredo a hol f adrafi te


tt eme court in thle direction of s -nry Allen,; chief o he Phtu tad. koenAt, el l peito ffi .t antt 0H)t 4 ly a atesslor>r ttatlt ,rt e.e r'
r g out the place, says a Seoul in constabularv te tate daa nanotit a ,,, lnga, tn mbers ,P of it. i ,,l Ilf Ity u.snOv, Who tht iounoai wo i. naa thel b oei c Ate t W ,n
1itch eo Tho Herald. minitatry obsrver with the Rttlan -Cl. Mtirn l Po ""idat n e out waa.i rl wu l lh ate tot at -
The totalI n t hree nights p ast haas nari) at Ping Yang. l regiaest l him t1 ilerl l lltnw rd u Ilug l t 1i tesai. Mr Ihr i lo ni o uowldge on diawi iito l.t to whicit te l.


ntoand others were thieves, high- 8o Declares Jewlah Rabbi Na ed Sil allotwaines weIr'i not mit(l9 acetsidlng d, n is thl ito ll o lIlir i arotiintth" o F I httuf~I tl" tt. )ria ll ol et.:
m n, Led ii ezzles of p blic tunds, verran In New York. to secret tr(gtuiia 'ti In the pt Moffi ", husvt no knowledgeg" war tth rto i'it i .it e t awle it' i0an nFi0 e(.i
endera antl traitors. Ncw York, Marclh 2.Re-Replylng to ditt.t Inti i Th ere lsIa s vhi hi t pli tW, r dt tt htd e
thlie bodies were carried out article I piubialis d reIently mi ltt 1 ut- iderstald, replttie M r ,. ri ttow, .'!It r ; .,,-.. t Ii n tu vii"r : .ito l l10 W "^eti :
To 10 or 20 coid ne men, doi raising a question as to thia sc. i ellrt tli l it nt' ofle t lat O .cn ALABAMA CONGRES D ,SMAN DEAD N 'trit t-Ie1i'i d, il" i
bther, refll :e i th cell just dess l ol the otn 21 te'ld irlo t I eh ittiti utllt. i wtho-lli l tah' ti lelowaittcels -- ro te s i -I... . Wiitra. ln)lt
t^ prob b thle represent spreadldi;g thie gospel, t Ratl Bl lvle are liit(ed. i would nol t wanti to say Sucumbs to Pneumtonla After an t il ol.
le t oe foreign Bpowers will In- mtilt, oftl te Te plel mInaAllel has d lo thta Mr. Btlavrs in th )atl m itltsl oe of One' Week, s kan i ity"lt ol i ttt):ite lt, l'..
t igte nd it juustll ed take action,. darei tliat thilae li and .'in ptron of Onr'Tayre t. o h ,Itt . Itiii uUvlilg l tea 4'thit%
a laB heavldly u ardOdt asit is ate noi gencrall looked upon afsl ev P ric i i O Itlircorn ti ,to Ill0'l tidiat.l ts Ii ili hlr IW\o. *r. aoi of tha a I hlllI hi t1 an tl i iJniy ,th o
ir tth edlari f t'l d may a Sem t ldenices of inLtllectaltc wi l ra on, wa' tlat s think Iia o t an lt int ordi t o his fld At'i' it t hlt : ilt t l ( bln
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tore tentranei and llter~le the T Ine i lgers)blUl ittypeq" hit! sertod, own (hti st r" .* 't Ii tl r .t Itula of p itna n lto h al t i l it ta. .
..soner .,. '' .ustloha t alui ost disapiearl friut poli ica r Mor. Ill tuasl l if tiy ci:gron asr r.ar Thl .ttii t> i l eti-n 01tck lt to the hla^. wtite hatyII ua, hA :o
Snight ; c ty'. There is ai tacit. utiderstand- Iaiti new whtt hlingt e crit ruh,, wad. o(' w y e kl hna- itg ,t tt ahi (t df list 'i la-* tottt W IT, h^ I It o polleeiy, l
l ,. Petersburg, March .,-2- pim,-- lg lai .religln Is a1t evldne (of etu.l- -by .. t. t n t. Tt o wri htio t o t t.lir ldig l-la ht at'-
yon tie trinoveoment ofi. t p o8s toth!i ture and .reHinon t nt, tand that it hau "hu a -ITted I. t ly.i A a oryand :ln acoridaneo withRu- tet of nl Tlhere nevt r m was h . 1 l mi, r of n d to arr
i plains tte, govw itnitesnt- advli tsl ina, lt coittl whn ,nieniof all otehtn ef, tuinllI ot ltli Mvt ilh() ttou wth ro
4 hilttleo hage n the salt latl oi, I sltade s f L- lotl f wer aa tlerested o c ti tI ia n o d
.i tele rt am a tnl nclng col In. religious dy t' l l n wa eorshtltoh and r t i' o i i e d ad tt o hi h
So D ils tat it il titt P ttgc wSl lomn tnvl h1(1ctOta40a ..i'lf 0 0 1 I
th tigers whici y h ad been re- l ract~ 1 and evn l'litial ni.nl In,,, i t h ti. I ta. tn off tla-o ir to t Iy
l It.e i o uitli a.iipan to e t laH n r- Jo t itg: ltloil i wt tl r itii a iirt, aur) r C iia-tioll (I at a! Ih leart of the hS 1,

Tdi vthi t lll sTia s strrl s I h l1 W h ', l lh' l (i(l W<).tli h Iemptt"f rl l ir. tt lklrf whoh wt.i -n
p t 'oti tool 1ic ht lll t na and UNIQUE FUNERAL sERVICEl lt s a elln th<. ....l : ,r. < hr h w lt
a t r' the Ya tu river, and it Is as- Situiohyo hi techlotg fllto oltitsmes + ta-l ety st no Wode ali'ltiy h(ii al i tto .tl-to(itt tl!, irnt filiirtsl iol

hato lt It lmolal i i .rdit ...il to e't Follower of Ingertol Lad ol ITo Rest In '. tlirOI at n'( ioa W I inA I tr ll I h tttl iiARTHQUAKE I .tN NEW ANthLAND
t apa. Tl pl of CoffinL t Made by H m11 elf. cit t i l t h it l n t ti ,l'i i ..ttio.. i ll


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a g rt p.stea in )t prot 2 2 ll- a ro y to l he f le alit th r tha e l) l littm to reto., li l.mir-i to otl. l trolhn ll uoi i oil n tIl t acltn i l t
'sa t he hlor ses ig e artwlut was ti dtt i y th mati who i atl plact t t ithw ItHi td ia of iJo H onl tnrftford it afj a t i,2 0v1ral. T




th y ater have goan e mn ot of the re lt andfor they at t the sIervco wa arran -aI .' M, 't (rhhi ri !h R DMlUR of < ISTl u t in AROe D i .aI e r tl oflr,,ift, 0 1i i 'l olo atli itth Ito
* ri ta r a. I I a t .i llra nas lt i.s Arlnei llt rt . e t 'a John Ed nlieldt W i lt 1rinr t tI C a ll t. it l\ l it ill t I.i I'oo l'llilrl : lt e
tre ;dtl'. N i ll(,tlr .iti tl ) ('lit attl UNIQUE FUNERAL S wER hVI hE. Ico/Iriw It l hl I t il noIry, 1;'i fo l ~.oo to tot ll nt'ot








e he lniltn the Otk Rhl^ .ce ot y Air Bridow iot i ret li e'r i. c o tll .i o lno -i etly -- I"" it' llNt.tN o 11I I -tt) 11111 I 'll.ltl tril'.
it V ItI tmlnt. i. ultt.l sr'h.iit to Fi llg Fol tower of Ingersoll Laid To Rest In to I t'otloltilrr hoitu tbi? tkli y i o]ait n al it~o ;, l hlo ART IHOIAKE IN NEW INQLANPI .
Pari eli loath I~hl g iil o ( vr pla. Coffin .Made by Hime lf., with tIlth N otti w s tho l ht of 'i'y ta( tio. ly ft...l Wio.a r
trethit c satr ip hatla ncess twe tbol l,r friandi twh eftart tr hin t, 1,rlhr .fas, ("Itth t fh lttn fl.l.I, ooo t l iitlott wil ],, hit w.k wt.t ir (n. IIIvnh ta l hulttal S ted .'
Japa'eCh ai e (ia n Korea ha, h be yart tl wa nia l y t an. ti who an placed .. .......t. ba .t.- M )li !.olo a -l llt ltaoht te' .'i t.otwoat ,. o ,il t. Marcia 2.., ---eccril "
frmed, which waate olr s of h r.rl l in ii thtat the iorvlcl w ar ain llan h o a t int a't l .taut lodinlh tio l 'Ch li hl.it w thoti t,t o t i)ti rth;.
p nO i. aflottcn Ttotor. :llincl hI( 1 I has 11011is t ot' ll ooitt) m
3 Marqlt ts o iOl t to H.l l et y he hlii il liar ai r lriiatoW a ra 1, .,1 '1 wotos in, atitio wlf l a ti l t o t 't t t t ot e t iti lob w a sk tw ht etewhberi ,. ..
ibci.ieallte to tho co rs or have loltt- bc,' e hlt t ia lrom f lrlltitb roatiti rcaa forrootI 1 "th iir a : tI t Vrioiay WI t
liorkle no" ad"l tatnaea re belghitret h ir It w(orost-of I lll| it'l i;ton to l" "oi.ershil+ o a 'l' inllg. ".. '."' .- ho'. 't r a..
*tAe ar".. S no: .av lert toe a <^ln l..:itir be-nl l
r a ,i n i. .. ..l..tn. t th foa ls lnll-U wr t ghO N R.a g motN i s" 'ir I.y.til. i 'il ^Wo in :ti lotlt I m W'ito lot atlt .:,or h . ttt
S to. i;P iter urgi arclh 2--Thtr Na o- aut a ooffln "of l wn n'laolettir nnt- 'r. r.n-^t-i r w :jl r ,lhu )ten ci kllto Iha :ti,* Wlil thi *'*:. ..r
v eypat. t trom. .y la]luh t rotl.oThe a l .ilY wt l ,leT d tat. Ir s w idw'e R- ilo o T li ai in tf r l- it ,4 ihjlion tr o Ttif hin Mirot a., .n ,. lJMt .rt i-mr a ll i.ii lo U l,,i
:eti~ f thKtiia tarch betwen od anal.).1lo .tri ...ig re Iniolls:or I ttitet t s o aci brhCIO thoo I ,rbodiit o o hilttO ,g bi0 .t :lia th01 a ttl. aI a l lt.nt.ly fett. Wlnrwo ,h: .-',
Jire anrtl in Itot:Cohl lat .. k toto Ieu t'1 1os.o si taf watltI:tol
'Yorn ast'd;p wC h wia' s t has r la g 'hct ya "ol an ,tborgi t on. ari a' e xplbAilrped -.by Mr ll airl a i* t it)lt lrl nir HI lti tllhe illt l io- trDi It.. hou l' l06 i
th rtioeu of hobart t Ingersoll, iaJim
'o.dw Ic.he a nomihhiatltct I o:llf: i h it. itut, Th ere t ,n e wa s. ti fii witi:,f for tabii o.y"'"
t he l 2r q u 5 I ;s I t o i a t o h e S o ti, i s t t h eo c h li l , I t ia r r ; t rT e b y I ta w it t o ; t It A M l1a i tVi t 0 1 wM l'it % 'It I I(i .)_iIn I O io h !tt h -l t lis .t... t "l hyt_ W ll ilmert p o.'' woeora' oariib anal antd sl oi,1e a tote 01 far t a.d ,rl a g oo i, le ti r r n-rnlt i i ai lViw' d'yoRtM l A nitt t i s p ow oe re it' t. tood ')luW

' NtIt r York, Mardh i 22,..-Ne. laso parssalgpe s. whli c ih # y I)r I- lso.rr'o dire1 :,lllit gii. ":-: 'y a tori .ll Ii ;to t l ) tlltai5
boe lt t c anedfo I'net A a ht [ thi. at'te tr -it isaifr thol-awree ,Mr a ealrdl *o,\'ral ,doices o th garrlrrsoo tinder TI' tolt, .lnllrfr ++. wrtrl4ht ho i t il tit' e l't ;Jih11 Ol t.'I i MURD[.~tER TO.SE WIN't! ,
(rain^l~ ca~~~ttoha ol by t .h'otoot iu o r< o et ''o! .to1 w tw' i t t e ,Ot.lt ths loll Ott.; 'tt 1 aitI'tf.tt . -.,'t ^.. .
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hot commit sioo says to oriul do l 'rt h at l n to .n. A I l .I t % orst t.
ohrnor Decld ".to G "iick< II< l''tot-Il Ki te t ml' i Mof !ba-.l i 'l twdia ll to o,;a.10t|lor .rao'le
Yin to Marcjh. 21- 0 P, ni (. t)etitatr.i Maroia '2? Tho s 'i alt he o4, toor oll 'r ft.it l"I ito o" .'..o...'....''


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2 , 1 Is ,Jru .,en A, wtai6" n'
fthe0i athDeimcratlo l


n.iF F. yL l la ,'1r .. i' i 0 ,
,comm i tee, g the cotiitte on t
A r' dy' r 8e,6lt. rime twoy'ld be
e to hg everyone iutereted
ng especially the candidates
War $ of tentonmost importance
mst be deolded onee and for all, andl
upontthe rearsd tmay' depend the ateio
'I oAloa cohula teby holding an election
1qrotier than county oflibers. It ll
lo be hoped that pride will con
trol theon o~tlbo nof each member of the

SGaInesville, Fl March ., 1904.
FA, a
ior un': At a meeting of the
I atlpaign Oommittee held March 10th,'
-Orth tolrncmiirstter-was u dthfronted-
with several dificulties Incident to the
po Qp4t of the. primary .eletion.
t Among these is a inisunderitanding on
0 t, I hae paift of the campaign committee as,
tothie ntention'of the ,county coie-
"i ittee n regard to the application ofl
monieyi collected by asesslment' from
county ea4dldtesa, twomembersof the
S..eampaign olomMnittee 'holding that
this money may Alsobe send ln defray
g the expense of the State primary,
and the o-there, the contrary view,
There is also ia confusioi as to the lawv
lb Its application to holding a primary
separate and apart from that ordered
e th 0 Stte cotntte.
Therefore, at the reiaueot. of the
campaign committee excepting one
S member, I have been instructed to
S eAll the whole.oormnittee, together to:
if Ijact Upon the report which the ca mit
pa:lgi coti:0ittee. willow! submit anid tto
'. setthl d'enitly andc finally al qoes- t
C tios, relating to the candoct 'of ttie
1.prrimary. election toboheld May 100ti,
9 04, and for the .trausrsoon of any
other buslnews whih ma0y come before
,the comnmitieo.
ti While I regret the neeesalty "off
AF i tgai ftolling the coligtte" together,
I fully realizee the importance of a bti.
tlerunderstaldilng with each other of
the coInditionsi confronting us ih'" tlil
cOampaign,) and, with thle majority ..of
I 06youi campaign. CqWinittee, 'i believe
these important questions iould 'be'
m!ore fully understood, and finally tft-
tied by the whole colnmittee,
Ther oretore; i (h.coo.rda0eo .with. 'my
'liihatrootions. I hliereby niotlfy and urge
(Iol''l you tfineet 'at the court house
i lntesvill, Fla., t 12:30 o'clock .p
F In, T^'hursday It'aoh 141, to act upon
S tihe repOr0t of thlio eaiirpaliln loonmlit-
tee, and for the traibactioit of such
Fl o; their business as may come before
yo Youri very truly,
3, M K' KiNSriyt, *J ., in. ,
Sidewalk is In Bad Conditlon,
S Attention is allgain eaHiledto the fact
that the sidewalk at the oroistiig of
West Maill iil Al(McOormilk stroots is
in a bad conditiMo, anild in even datigor
on. to podoetriais, stispelally after
dark. At the 'edgeo of the road the
ideowalk makes a stiuddl decline, aind
"' be(ina compo0ssd partly of roughly briks,,
I ;it il very oasy for aniyotel to fall, aniI
we' hiive heard -of several spralin&
I 1 nkles alroatly. Attention lu Ia bev
ca iht to'lthls'inattoer'ev'ri'tutinmes, a.ld.
1 the proper .a4L0thi. c tlub i.ld.Atttett.to
Itslk Inathtttri .at: oneo before any lhis'.

Notes Frpin iJudson. .
.,..'idsl Miarch i -ra J Carter Jas
dOlposed of his stock of gnolertli itonr
O' ',;r hiapdlie to lson .Wood|.i :" '
F a;v'i:: i;. :Pl ke tt, son of .R "Pie.ett
F ... ; e.wberry. is viaiting relatives her.
a"Rain il s badly needed atid csttoin is*
)Wi': o p:,lihiting p. :orn ; planllithilg iL
aliboote mleted.,

Notle i thelrieby given th,,at tthe part
|F lerthlip conducted by tli undtihrsigned,,
i.':under thie atyl. Lf Miller & Ara
Q : i:.0Qpany, has thiltlday bnt disMsolvetd

A:, L+ 1"..-;' 1
(iainesitile, Fla., Maveb 18, '* .
J!F^, ,This lirnt will continue under tlie

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W it I JettiiE lamuiliar, wA titMs ,
F F sot ptho i be dlhtatb ttia tlliK 's dt
1AVOtl'.WtWiioo'Lt I i..* idl i pii tor
m agtti^ 4


Youa weri, QvcoO. W ?hy
To keep the old os 1 N0
t ke rthe'watth
Wbha ofthe, body that hsb
'9 1. rth thethintpoor
body that lacks the healthy
itesh and fatit
for such weay thi cott's
i1oulsion iprovi des the right
kind of a o Why. Be-
cause Scott's EJ lsion builds
firm, solid t s aqdysup-
plies juost enough fa, to :fill
nature's requi rementsn ,n!!o
iwlIore,.l. That means bodily
war'ith. i
we'll send you a )amptefree upontrequest.
sCOTT & DOWNE, 409 Peal Street, New:York.

t piropal athof Wedral byn Edt or,
v Aliaut. Math Kn 2g The funeral-
Frant will bery Rin Oardon, the ltery
well raiown journmsslirt and edItor if
wa1h J arlmta j Caroal, ll occur this
itft(irnoorn. Fu ne -al soiVeCoB wi h1be
Coindlieil.olat 4 o'clock ait tu St.i.phil.
ip1) mphiscopa1 cotu tdral boy. the rector,
ReV. Albion, W. Knight.: ThyI' inter-

Braazlllla6 Commlnsloner Arrlves.'
0ow York, March 22.--*Aming tbe
piassengergs whlo arrived today, on the
steoamier l'Toifyloon ,front ton .lanielM
was Josm Carlos Carvalho, Birttzilllanri
comnilsloner to the St. Louls exposiT
tlon. Fie bhi'gs a large consilgnnien:t
of xolbhit wuich he eays.will exceed
in" ,,alue that of rany other Spotith
Amerieazn rpubllc, :

THE A'BSE D OYSTEROI,
Pattexikid or tlie 'eir rowq -m&4
'tirivel ofr Il0 s 9 An Vi11l0vpv o
'"hlie oyster in his glory in a 'rli, dark
lor%'(d, hli tor. 1lii Is ililtiip, but not swelled 01),
aiId hliiis i d I' oltlils, iioi I)Inrfl()lIe Syll
ri wI! ll niireody iiod lio fcii ily' klii'owis
ijim i>Hd ii hai the tiste to apprechito
1ifilm 'Wolid ever l'(tiliIn of spoilling with
t'ude tioindluimulllts 1ut. r1n rly l will ih
oy 'il'iiiii tm n '>d ii(li n lii x siil i1 to evern.
.ture o iito i mrket'. It Is not..f t enough (ir
Wlhitc' lnougiglt ftoi' tsfi/gnlti croiwd. So
he puts I.t hi> fre"h, or neairlyy fresh., 1Wa-
tor o'h "lltinh"t.lInt islsi he din'vws otT
the lio nliaturnl JuIlces byt a U'nOjes of
oiiiiiiosiit inil Oltst1ititS thliere oi' nt
iihmnitliy o'f ltiiuo, wiihh.h disttid,. it
.ll"I biiilt1h.ionl ind nnilws It jusIt aS
.liii 'lesO ltN i it looIt" i iks tot, llke ai
I ;thw iy (' tn'liti.tis tii rkkey judlctously
fed by nil O r itpU ip i'i'l tn It s 11 t1
.liefoil theli An1hleiiI' i n, i 11 't li oysv ei, niidl
lhe.i Amiierltenii, \w im'jidgin s its 1- food iridl
drliik ,kl'rgiYly by iul ls, pi)urs over It
Saiilt, p(tO'lr ilnti, \ii 'or(8it' l O 'i' 'slr,
lioi,'ii(idMiwh r wli)l it n t i, nil, thliinks It
is ill iilght, I1 l in hilt i "s '1veil. have
antld iutTy nliul we1l ts v l'hih' ior tino
('ioii llouhiin' whhli lie Iusid tn witlko
hlim'hit W h 'll Ol1\'e. ( 1tit tn 1 uyi4r.I to sttra
like soiin.thig,- NOw York 'J Trilbuniie.
Nwiulllnwlhil.g1a-N ovI 'l trle.
In lle Jouriney o lifo fi' weofn travel
In (IrelesI; T herii'ftore kiht Idiy' tlhe good
that IH li ..youl'. 1hiti t your blossoms,
Y u .llW il l roit(l b!.!ike to thelli by (iiii liy.
It is tlh beauty ofl) tl t'hilg 4lint htyo
do tiliiy itliit hI.is inmost ti) do with.
iaiiking bliii i ful yot tot joehlrrtow, ,Oine
of th0 bhItiaingts of *ihe suhi'tist in'
reapltg tlh sliori of whait "wias
plaiintit luil tht ioornli ig

'The first eset not r'.ntl, ,nitent
iMlodli atl Ioii i .of lh (is'hlin I Oi 1 a4nd
S lafthirne d'tl'. el, Iht was i satttiigeo
nflitir iinl f*sfioihnh idit after the style of
a knights clih'ari. I'lie frilii.work was
ithltiely of.itl, 1)1d4 tlhie velvet, which
deoiorilrsd t lhe e.xVti'or oliy, served ti
hll id t 'rightflui iild viUl)idi)r;siini i-
tlil .of hrtir'ur, J '' ',
* l1'15n41 'lihenes *
ils isYi onkp Sidi:{hitea of Altf
oour olhl thoe\ lett hl sl Witt is !+S 'ieii5 -..t e. ;' when:l ,1 I1)hit 1d .' dtiii sein<, e,
V '; r lao'1it 'nh.ie 100o 1h1tW!?, t, In title
(iio5i5riting to 'ku t i tt I 't I l 1 not 11aiS
]y : un 'lt )f t, fool ioi 1 )ise, ito ii .-'
,. I:! o Mlu ini'r t13 t'tm -l : ;.. ^ ,1***:;-


th* *ittrlU Trutsth1 i

k .-. ditdi't;., sni t You l. 'rd thht
',::2 ,vWf itn "u. Busins^W ,lltd Wp wltt.Aid,

I AlI 5iii. I i t tath eo al,-tC': lnel* i
nittl Conitevi ,l Triban ...


,b ti


/B impro
veterti
lutions <
pIn ltha
sna, an a


'-" o 1y aj
liver .


,,easa,
vl1i; the


of the a


iat teeJni.eraiy 0 wute be.alsidiered.'
'The .. eublictais fGeorgiameet
in ,AthatiBa,: GaItcon etQ WeduaeM
day to nomninimte :delgat.es t. the c
tio'nal conVention and a new state cen-
trllare imitlte1'1. --
Profespor Gayley, of the University
of California, who is olpossd to co-
educlion, calls, his poetry. class a lot
of "giggllnlg girlss" and dismiBsses. the
class and hiirriedly,'leaves': the room.
Judge Erniory ipeer will hear the
case of Henry JeTnisot, sent to th(i
dchahingang by Judge Nottingham, of
Macon.' If Judge speer releases Jem-
[non the decision may overturn all the
.police' courts of the .state.
The annual golf tournament of the
Thiomasviile Country Club was worinby
H- Vo0a, a Milwaukeen mIllionalre,
At a conference of the RepIbitcaiis
in New York, It was decided to let
Platt remain a-IloaJ!r of the party in
that state, while Odell will be made
chairman of the state committee.
*A ThousandDoilars Thron Awaty.
Mr. W V W. Baker of Plalnview,
Neb,, writesi: ; "My wife had lung
trouble for verT fifteen: years. We
tried a number of dootolrs aiid speni
over a thoullitsnd dollars Without any-
.relieaf, She was very low and lost all
hope, 'when a friend suggested trylin
Foley'slHoney and Tar, which I did;
a0nd thiankpsbe to thhi great remedy, it
saved her life. She is stronger and en-
'joys better 'health than she has ever
known in 'ten ypars, We shall never
be without Foley's Honey and Tar and
would ask thlOse afiioted -to try it."
:oldibyJ,, w. McOollum'& Co.

LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS,
A 5'Blet. A,,sette,, tth w. ,.so'w
poili tlie quoe tlti wlheiltbr life bear'
aing pl)'Jants tin exist isn other solar
:5,vslvsiii)s iiin0 o14 o\\"it 'the.in Ha wer of
sciitnli' Is ,clei ir and dl tiliet. It is pire.
1,Pl'y tl lit.tie ln h Vildi I['PofcsriOl New-
comb galiVe (icoiernliiig the possible in.
Imb iti ats of Mars, "mile renlder knIows
lihlt its uiluli hol the subject as I do,
int d H1 it t' ilo lihig li t nil. Withiin
olir iolai sy'litem w( ie it ( 'hiutdeed f sniie Tllto1 c'illiiiit of pl'blbillities;
liyond It, niothinig. All their' lioil5jig
'ipro 4,' of IIl io 'l'o>r tl(enco, nil the rev-,
'lit ii iiinn Idb l iey he speitcros'le or
by i Oitl'i')il(rliy, all the' idviiiico in lit-
oiii)y, lie vi nit.' toilo li' ht \11,t OI 0 sliN p
i-' il' i ii iiswe'r o( tfl'ie (pleli ttlloni- "'l
0t4ils l .,n iii lnhaitlted Nord ?"' We
slUnad ,-stii ally wtuhere ht'uwwell and
t elh d It dlid lin ti b liihvilb of ht ; iilne-
tCnth iitultl i, or w''e iiightt tidleed sayy
horle fl ilikill l id t ('"i4lnlito were 100)
vl3 irs o iig,, \\' ('c Inhsdeed.1spiih out itie
(li,listbfe rl iri l lii l i5 i I titOdi 1 0t oflur
inirger nuibnlir ofn( mot'or lss . Irrcie9
vant thfilit, ibut if stirlos arguiiment,
either for or aiit inslVAt, we arf elntlrely
dstlituto.- Proftesor. Miaunder in

ChIlpn'WOQUghs aadColds.
Arp,. Jo0 McGrath, 8i27 E ls t at.. lut-
chiniso, Kanl, writes: "I have given
Ballard's orehoud Syrup tomy chil.
dren for T ougihA ia colds for the past
four years, and 'ttl the best modtl.-
eino veruseid." nlikeimany couhl
fouid A"m, 'hd hr h e eIt d,
sothl and b e01W aYl4isea f te f the0
th roat orl.hg qlket th Be in allny othtke
reminedy ti ,e an'd, #..t't Jraneo:I




tiat itevshenr h~ tasl hiei it ,-eor tio WIch '
quiat .iretsarc s Iatsisitrin o(.UBr.
ikyiF"' slld"l I iroi'lhwiltit .lteal sthislhr
tll .it e er t t V 'i hroitNtg dl wet .w1 .atifhl

ploko, Miteib r p yett ary or (*1
tl*s ad higs ( h to do? 'atte agteir



i9e ,ldit, ': ' F
,ltlA~JI^~iIW^


I and Fever, and every fo
I' *alaral Blivous, Remitting and in
S Initt'' ng Fevers, and, by going to the sAt, of l
i trouble, works permanent cure.
rFidY CE:' Nt1 PR Tt

F0 Sale by Johnson Bros. ,Gainesville


t S~ I~R~ WANT &1~O~ -- ~--,~-~--------


Retailers and Jobbers in *


Staple and Fancy Grocerins,

'rain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.
'OUTH SIDE SQUARE. : : GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prtduce

A Complete stpck of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Mtal
and Rye, We handle only -the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
EST PRICES, -'and guarantee satisfactionn always, i


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ST -WEEMK S.A.LN11To-S
BETWEEN
Jackson ville and New York, ,
Falling at CHARLESTON, S. C,, both ways.
The Finest Steamship in. the Coastwise Service
Clyde New England/ and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
S Calling at Charleston both ways,
S* aS3I-*W E!EBITL "- $4ILIMfal-~
Southbound,............. ..., .....From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound..... ..... ., From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

c 1ve St. Johns River Line
Between JACKE4ONVILLI anld .SANFORD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand), and Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
Lewves Jacksonville 8: 0 p. ni, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leaves Sanford 9:80 a. in. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Is appointed to sail as follows: -
Southbound.
Roa wn, SCHEID)U IlE Northhound,
Leave 8:80 pma ....................Jacksonville ..... .. rrive 00am
8: p .................Palitka................ Leave 800 p
8:00 am .......... ...... .... A. tor ............... .... 2: 0 np
4 :80 am .............. It, Francis ......... ......... 00 p
................Beresford (DeLand) ... ...... 12:00 U'n
Arrive 8,80am... ...... .. ..Sanford ........ ......... 9: a
S 100.am. a.... ... Enterprise. 10:00 a
GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE, 204 V. B AY ST., JACKSONVIL-L
F. M. IRONMONGER JR. Asst. Gen. 1%is. Att, .i204 %Vest Hiay st, Jakso:iille EEla,
W C001l'O Ei r, .,relLg t .AuM ..C.. 1' ILO A, I uer-teat-i f.
. co ., Poot ot H.oo r ne street, J ki ll: '0 i erintnaet,
-, ,.AEnJii .a. i ,N l.NE, Ge. ,ri.,At. NewYork
cler 4.Manager, WM. r6 CLYD; & CO. '
General Manger. General Agent
( esebrough Bullildin n II State Street. New VYrki


ainosvillo railway om


THEE FRUIT & VE ETABLE ROUTE
OF FLo(RIDA.
Time Table in effect Jily 5, 1903,
F F --
No.' 1 N 'N 2 ) 'No. 1. No.3,
S ally lly, y. Daily,
---_-
to vM Lv PM Lv A.AMl"
SM... P... ... ......un Ar. PM'A.A M

Si., ..:. ,......,. .. oiuthselde.... "."' .
S...... -,. iakman
8 1 ..... .. ........ ak H eklan.i t ....... .
I F0 3 . ...*r, ,. , K o+. Mt'eppy ": .. .


S" .. .. .... : .........*


,. ... ....I... ra.i .... 8 F.
. .- .**.*. **-..., Klrwood.... .. : "
,, ,. + ;,, !,.. .. .. ,t ..; :. i. tt. ....- ".'.-. ... .
F. 8 "a-"1 vit .. ,. ..... .......'... 8' 2':.


.. .. ....: 40 i lT .. "IQ. 0 a, .
we .. of G i. .... o :' 1 :
90 .' 7.(Wi 40' ,q rx *15 A L
.9+, 8t :" S: 40 1 A 7.:*


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MV W4


oenay Night.,
*bout 7 ob'reloo, wAilt
"t supper, the resi.
8 DRmDepsey was eon-
k thief 4pd one laty's
sIhy. purse ;ont4Aining
,.ere stolen.^ '.Next
s room was entered amd
wi^ taken from a purse
tlag left o.q ita floor. Mra,
1lin a dresser saowi.va'lu
t gli! *\1 o diami.on.4 ring
Wilh'. but for some reason
Slt ut, unmolested. So far
i bee, obtained' as to who
Sparty 1a, but evidently it
one Well acquainted with
tter Is now in the hands of a


H 'E EVERGRENS.
ritne-Fhi'i hnecdiis in a bun.
) 8le of cone thickened tit the top.
hi I'ljo.-1TWo bluish green, short
in a buidle'.
-Erect cone; flat, spreladipg nee-
cattered singly.
OItrin I Pie.--Two long, dark green
ia los li in bundlte.
orway Spriu'e. L argo hangihe
S'es; scattered nedlles pohit all ways.
emilock.-Smuall iniging cones; tint
p rclh.--Many needles Ini a cluster;
C each year; erect cotes.
Cedar.- I'llulsl berries; sharp
ly spray.
H Vltit.-Flat braiiehes; cones
tled, anid only two sreds iuide
e Cedar,-Coies roundlish, with,
e4lhIit seeds Under each.
ir PuI.-Dark stiff needles ar.
in th rees.-Boston Post.,
leloostent With Work. -
tttore jtnucli 4ispcontent with
m1Oi1 thl so called middle
ti Amrlca 'is due iin arge part
pampertiig of children, to tile
g of their natural n-nd anrtillcal
nd to tle aenHittultl. idea that
y of toil will come soon
It' general, work 1 nott a
t a blessing-a positive means
: One oap hardly begiw too
impress upon children lessons
iy hel by ts appropriate' to
S e; atidl. fortes lid to beget Iike
j'I'o tlt T udo.ill is to iaktue
llitilppy thoi'ogii th lte f resptotC
6nomes wlth the rozitlntilon (f pow -
d thlias to titroxiiitiate 'I'Tnlyson's
of manllt. "Soll' rove'renp'e, self
pledge$, sitll' tcotrol."-- Ctntory,
lDo It Now.
oi& followhi g si-tlit illit hittis bell,
U'tSly airItt'iuttd lt Stelht n th't1-
I Sir .htowlluiilHill, Eili\nrd C'oUirte-
A' tiinid ihe I'Earl if IDhvoi), iild
i Ild to h i\' to6 l i Stoin tIhf h llrIt : "I expect to
ptt tliroilli Illis wor l but olice. If,
.tb i'rof.o4s '1 iM 're Ill. 'iiiy ktItiil ,-tA i '11 T
aH01w or any gotl thliing I (iiii0 do to tiny
ejiow bentVin t', ltt titn (d i it ilow. YL t nitt
not dtl.el it nior tttkglt. tIt, for I shitll
nit pts this C ,this w iuiit'."
1 o1'rniIre Fatigue <
\ ltit)l '' A tiirliAn it I ttthl r-Ii-JitW -
h.oot k i t'i', coit.itt I'ii g ttliig tired Of
ptlylng your dIstih. C('oniti ftiytotn do
Itakkovlsetk-- o til '. itni, you liat
ti lt plid it' b1alt orf Y t'db-tCs yet!-<1'li -
'ago Trrihmn ,




altnit other t4 rt hes tiiiin thilr own."
t. T s '1 '111 t
.o- WI% ii Oph -' -' '
." t In Iii Il.ln.e
ito lihttllfY.'- "L' i :tlsk sWeI ll, I al-.
t d ltl( i tit:;it 1b l until I iatruck
thliois,(15 Jiuisig '-

Colds CAuse Pneumonia.
O.pe df-the most remarkable ase ^ t
t tblddeep-seatd ot the' lugsR. cat-
Xettiionlla, faI 'that, of b Mr.: er-
StrUde E. F ,nner, Marion, ld., who
giwec cured by the'11a6o of 1One1
Mi su:r, Shsay::"Tr
"ahtI strainn i og so WskelAI
aIns down In weight frtzm 148
I tried., A T i nlier of
o'ij ii utii'1 sed Onn
Patre. OO bottles of
ion me. +oe med toio fn-

ti ald strength *F old by-

,,Att ..k....... se.... . ,.'
I! n -' q' - ''^a^^HB~i~rO3VIK pairtyr yeil

'i ,I ITII N ,OR $LOOp P
Praideldif of' CorinlltU'iver ity Dia
:'r. 1 issues of the,. Day.
New York,. 4trich: t,-In t* public
address alt Ne0 w toenelle, present J.
C, ,$himan, of Cornell university ,
has disctisadBd 'v hat he coislders the
trite element oft a'tioal gri atitnes and
expresed the .'ietf .thtt So far aas.
phy~1cia': power is eo tirtl, our uia-
tion leaves alnmos tfothing to be, de'
tired. In regard to our respect for
law and our r'tgaI'! foir tht> rights of
other, biolCevesr. sit bll; ,, ; '' :
"There has been in the last' few
years more lawlesnress than I can re-'
uionimer. Lynching seen 'to go' oq i
apace, There are roaons given for
this, ai a matter of course. Some
say it Is because our children ari'
--n-t-.t-a-tihl--tiff-ilvt--it- ther- sehot s
Othui'p that It is due to tho great ita.
migration to our shores. To Hiie thtr'
soeniI to be an entirely d different rta-
sttn for It, It s diwne. I think., to a
certain amount of racial prejudice. I
will not say race hatred, which sonmte
how soems to, lIe still very potent itn
our blood. \Ve till talk a great deal
of the stipertority of the white race.
With the excess of liassion weO still
talk of Inferiority of the. peopltl with
dirt skilns. It appears the tiger Is
still in nour blood and woe to the niman
who stli's 1him up)."

Jolhuiy-'ia', wtt Is iwl?
W\'le 1. l-TIlut, 1Jo01liny, 1Is kinowlng
hnow to do things without lippearinig to
l)' doing t.thtll. "For uistaiave, r asked
3M1. Arldiiini to) dininer lthlis evilinig,
Waiid lhIidht'nily I rItth I rk(d hlitt yoUr
imotlher wolild rhItilini us on the I. plI
n;o, Mr. Al .iiitanil id Ift w1as so sli '-
ry h 1 coUIdi't co011. '-.l. ost 'tti T'.irip -
Script.

"I don't se,. Illi low yon ll ani'ii ,ii ?
w it0 ,1 oir lu ist'ltl'lioto :nlll ig .i i i,, It I
gAl\V t'011 It tot;i t, '00oi 1i411 0,d i1411 l1 1 If
I thill't giv you A6o ildlh ypil l soi to
Iget ytoig willth 't," t.
"W hty, itil'.I pet'rNctly llitl I hv. l i-
dolpl it,, W t yolu give I lit lot I ua l
it to py the'dtebts I get Into wlhen you0
don't give ile so ituall."
SSo Sweet and Pleasing in Tastel
Mrs. C I'Pterson, 62f I ake et.,. To-
pelf Kan,, speaking of Ballard's
)J6reloulnd Syrup, saycs "It has
never failed to give entire satlsfactiun,
and of all cough remedies it is my fa.
vorite, and I Tmut confess to mny itmay
friendit that it will do, aid has done,
what is claimed forit-to speedily eturo
a cough or cold; and It IR so sweet and
so pletising in taste." 266, i50e and $1
bottles at Johnson lBro.'
An' iht li .tl il t. he Iji
AI Naisi rl 3;5ei \ rnl Ct,)rii in
('i sI t'4 r 1i' iii ,0 10 it I omti llth
,i'of i' tinln ,H t ti ltl' thn e o'n l e.ln)
141Of l It -ntell i t'local Ie I u h200 u tl,'1l-
,L I 'i'l'; iinlt l ,, liiH ;0.H fir
Il' : ail.iv t oth, *4 ll 1. 1ll coshllitib c :
wh r th' h, lli. linrim0vis of AllhII'. k
tmllh, mi) o tii Iwo (e irt lo idl' of beltfii
'1 .l 1ral. v ii l. t>pleli o it it, 1i-cli 1.
spt iiar. hlioubst!i.x ek lit l ve, niltive
ili s nl ld .t1llow tiiid 7 grog liojowis ,
A Nautiarnl llloapprehnlonisi .
"You illyith, til, i.dl eto lmig1?d wholl
yoit recited 'Marto lozarll' In Chilt
"Yes," anisweIl. Mr. titortilligton
Ilnrn,,s, "You sew, whiliieh I cflle to t!ie
Itlne. beiinnlng trlltel' thie eopli)oh.
t jihlg R It W a I local illulloi'n"-

Whenam a Innl wII kill himself because
a woian rpfiusa I(o aii-ry liin It in
soclinvgt o teli< ( llitat tti WoCiain
wns right -ralttimioro (l9ltald.

Why Not Learn to Speak Spalanh?
|: 1u (ian. securtoe ii cpy ofl t niew
edition of booklet eittl ed, W hat to
8ay in Ypolh ti n g i i


or(io. h r t,: ..


The LOUISVILLE i
S NASHoVLL R. .

o+ e uatu~eNiesL pats r l sb :l,
Modern trasoa *erylaE Pulr( *it etp
e rn t ip- f io t eosii. fiei relitl ithng

elnss dicait at r a ind d a 1gea t*Iwe
iai: :i g 4 is
lil A gea t t ";.7 lr:etis 7.7; s '.


^QRP Q UltDARtR L'NCHEO.
Ktited hohot',irlaIta46 r'(ld Worker and
s .,", l. St Iun ,' 1 "4.
irto ato, ';glix Mtt'cf'h 2 t-lohth
'~othatla. ao htnt. a; Oi :whSt'liiltn to ua
tewhich tla pole todlay atO4tont4onIe 1y
nS g ti T hey' t Itl enoiant < 'e Its r fill wuy
t iti 1 ,o.t ml i('lsi otid t Hu ,s t 1' t r da' v

irh lInst ;ghlt iril ftetr heating the
ln)hd lian tl hey bli secretary Wilson ahi t i (ckt frov in
hitich lne tto milobN to'okhll l st



nFght. 'iI o y iett' na les tniia t troi
trips to the toax.ds with thio ni'it o ot








pe-t1i1'1t1l v':trried oltn lit (I l't lhe gOVrn-
orit W dle ,i rb-lin t at ov iSo h ''fl day-
anhl oi f o o elt nI t h in 1tre(I i t hll h I.
Secretary Wilson at Jacksonville,
Jon kit'si vtillr. ilthi, I March e"2 J n is-
F. w iltti srci 'taro oli' oricuilt ofge-
arrl'vel hlirc rli0vy fironi M I)I)>.; + \,'k
where lie hoas ven bie~,~thti4 thl. oox-
b : It'hl l lnt ';i ,id'r l oni t (h dy l ov'll -rnt
bne ti tt,41'rs illInt st diattn. S'Icrtary
.W ilsH onl ivil! sltay over lt .u sound til
pto p Itt'ntl tlo' gofitl lb tHt'lis;'" convtn '
(.iont llf tho si llt, 'ls'lit II:rn l 0t ., which'
1 l j.i tl ll i\ I ,111 ll ()lelo rItt l'
| .1 11 111 SO t at 0liO t i ofli. l
F;roll (ii.'1in. M ".Tetlung of Sel.
ept tlili M thordi we 'xtroet tlie foltio\th-o
iliig: "I' tih' proper situly *>' i iiun (,ie)
hbi ltti it (litte highest diglttry iotl
o Cur C Sli a tit tliOc R llhu itsurnti. "
etc. This i 11ot uiply. dmli to it s tu-








rill o 'xlil.'U l helt'tl i itsJ .iu ne. 1001.,
180 oiha'usilve beetiryi A. I'ng the, thl
popi. It coiit n ot' ut tet's liliVllig two
oChrl.spiii Siii' ark, follirtg ol e io h l
sitinutlli, so llt t tin tielit of hfron




".ialloiard's y now1-iInll r 1tt llintln ay
hlin ias L'ope1 b Ahldrt' .-V- iit'h


KrioxVile, Toeln., wrote, itoJt e orQth,
18001.* "I hliave beie trying the batltt
of Hot Spril t!, Ark,, for 8 hmatlsmi, litl get more rolled front
liailard'ii ow Ilihii on1 than aiiy
tried. Flickusd thid psOtollice order
for $ I. Send toii a large bottle (by
Soonthorn EIprei ," Sold by Jtlohnsoii
Bros.'



LA GRIPPE
Pneumonia follows La Qrppe
but never followed th use of

O S Honey
FOLE S an' Tar
Itstop. the Cough and heals the l\ng%
Prevent# P numonin and ConaumpUon.
M0. v Yain s, of 11S O14mtnd l,, OClhilee
writi.: "My wile hliad lai tr iiPi 4and I lft be#
witb a ywry bed oiiitih on lier lnail wp kb
O.Lle'e Noai AMD Tat .itid e.ompillaid .
4old by .1. IV. Mi c lej hlIj A l .

H00 02W11

CHINESE LAUNDRY,
313 litiit. ,Mlin .tr t S.
(J It '. i o '(i,. 1 f .


New Lautttri .. All otW k (aurani ,td,.
Pirlckie hie aaintuh I't iL-ipt M4rule.

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
i dts itit,il i1, itt i .. ,t' L' t itO wer t,'y i
,llto tKUlt : *t ld .ilit It t .' ';,'' t h f i.llit itll' it
tliOil# i hill'Sii l lit li .O ot l < tt o iif(i t. ,t fille ,u
l.P.t lkhie ot .lhrtloi p 0,e 1 : W" "" inrhe' o A,
I ,t 1 i. (, tl'o.ty an sn t r (I Attit tAt d i ,
*One (O titu t .

t .O1t' TAf Ao ii ,r 'tt ,
r ltn sl 1 u feit rti f *ttt
'10. # : AWlcrkim i, 0!,4-1 ia.' t l o' t 4 ntI
4e1 tetiga 41 cif wif'e.
PO 114 A1fit 401Tt I yh ,' ... .... i l tIt ,4. '0,
Ins en' ilutb.rvtw iaf t if tIti- iilt tI'LA&
i M ml' :mW.. tt r
Arfot ,itil t Anil i. C.'f , i>'1 fl4 9 )! tko ff i<,tv
i
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J3a, I. inAlhAtl, Prst(dent


Ouo. W, Yv a.to!ePrletd


THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK


THE O NL HARiERED NK IN.ALAOUA CO.
: Capital........ ... .. .. 50OOo o
: Surplus and Undivided Profits, .. 5, .00 00 ''
Uoo ti elusively B,()<\klni t~ usie~nt, w1lhttoilitIe 1 0 t tiy lhle In t 0 f St1l0










Do it ita r ti ltl> ti ix r nt aI nilt Ih onli n !ff iin4 i> Oii) tl hn x + 5,
eby i tifl s t All> bl:w lt otr m i ok pe ro C ,Y







Th 1i0 to t~oOunte o .l!nks b.in: {oieriii orpt 7ons. turners, nroar tm ku and I oer$
reoolvo, doilt flivtlr )lO termis pooeIiit ilitMlus Co fk ,in, r eotine ons o lS
[ ~e~,ttbiti P iilitl hin the til tn U 'ltll tse,, lt~


I-&-iiT'u vX"9" Xjr.IsJ1.


FIRE, LIFE AND B.F. JORDAN,
ACCIDENT IN
TBE OLDEST
AND BEST'CO- INSURANCE
PANIEB

PObRTef BLOCK .GAINUES ILLit


"Ar ine Ra, lway



Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

I ington10 Baltimore, Phia, "

delphia, New York,' '



Seaboard FloridaLiwmited
SeaboardExpress.
Seabard Mail. '
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o 1 1 P111. TE91ITPTIV
'Th 8EABOA RDT FLOIlt)AR ITD i
ed<3 train, iu;on1IpoelI texctlusivrly 0ofm l'lmo p.
ltt Ift l)f I$ 00thnprrtg*mt. I) uWit% o SI si
I Ol~rvation C6V$, $ 01atel4 S
to nvih to Aew N ,4Yr vIlt W.VNg:^&m
8titt1.0I: Q l .1^ a I z0pti


r.


The
Best


Sc Cigar

that ever

Crossed b

Cigar Counter.
J I Il I Ill I, I t e


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state n *, usW anla[l i oe A i bere t a t4 f thoW g o ., Ia .e. chane"for the tte



or s 1. T )the l e',sfr eOqPot ll, than d t .deftejt a efr ut. Ihnype ds',ic at ealth ie e an datt 6henext time y-pe os ,: 1 0w w o a
te"i, o 4.0 xa htiit;61.2 b f i conH l b tit__ 11 4 io f1theIIwo lptimsssy d ano.r'mr ,' ,ew a ,. .
l o tOnl olttostIototour o oiiio i eo R lthois eit o
I r n a sIle r and, 0b"tBerre 060 t: 04114 defer d iofnite ct pn until the StateT p rm tae oe lowe Do eoe wht th


ditioi. : a M o the Ut dla8ttoar thererarle t laoe. rlh p riry" ePrtt i it c S WIei l, olyfr eee f .. ,e l r oen w oue Wmn o ub
S"oran4y advertising Wadeoknownuldm ePi pNss upon the .subo tofdet? Wlife (cheertully)-Why
S pi ann. ject. J ena dIite po no n ruling? You know e t ou ar bltWhay don'theer s to
o uunemti --mop ---- -- etrigt e d i the caryrn. an exeptionlly lare ie s i you take Wine of Cardui according to directions. Wine of Cardui
*e va Le w Sun i a eis t `4a4e0 'taie committee t eetary of the uranrn e.-lHarper's BTiaIr. storngh en a rhe r exain o 4no toeni Witsd i aes women nd
0ort01 olumn 5aper, published veiry Molo lW Cares,_womenit
SA,, and tlrtlf bnta, b ad ooot mn ab t. f lr o ty committee- .rcoaed tleO better t ^ o t foall th e s fti g o wo a n d.
'tlIAtre o rf cwe. k,.i4o. state and .96. .10:... Th. Lt ts edh. It will r lieve the pains o irregularity cures falling of the womb,
A i lled. state toAny woman would rather talk tha lecorra, ovarian troubles, and has been known to remove what phy-
n fI e .io A d S tateforcanad.,.,to o. oAI" te'.t e e listen. She ell, that depends J e- uicians wondered da ro tumors. Women who use Wine of 'Card'
a rn t-he ; 1,hnce. ,e r OebiNhrioal ta |followinugp Depends on what? She--m Whetber or do not s er t the mon tl y periods. They do hot suffer sterical attacks,
'., i"e li J.letter not a m:"' : -.n t m ing p er a proposal.- betaee Wine of Cmardi gives them strong No erves freed from the irritation
Al Adverisi bill becomedueafterfirst ov e M 11, 1904 tt D t emale ffern.
apmesranoe of advertisement, unlees otherwise Hon.E EgLe,&` MettIhewm I"I $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardul purchased from your druggist
stIpu)atedtacuntract. Parties not known to Sec. Bradford Co. Den Ex Co ,fr
Us wiId be required 4tg Yt for advertising la
Vance Addreos, T E DAtILY $V Starke, Fla, O
........... ..the 9th in relation t the divialon .f t i commonly n riticed. "
In the Uuted States there are tb ballot in the primary election I Few are eitiely fe from it..
07,671drygoods merchants. wouid're i etfuily callRyour attention, Pale, wei, puny children are
to th paragraph on page 8 of the aflted with it in nine case ot Estabiib 1880
Australia 8aa more churches per, booklet which I oenelfse. which readsrot. j
oaitlta than any other country. le liOsW 4T;e voting n r o t 'mmo n ia tonts ref romi t.h i L 1 I J i

Most of the wooden toothplak, used T Aan aod in. accQrd nce with tlie pro t... nc., ab.aceac,, T[ Alal" t Oc -'.e..
2 in this country are made fromL bill visions of :We State e900l1ion law, n tons, ; iftlamoed, eyelids, sore Dae ,
i.n' Maino,. ..ll be printed and ditributed under ik.. t, a tarrh.. tng, and general
:' ' the iretion of the" eo e cou debility. .T A, S V FL 0 .R.... A
The world'sIgoliwoau il-nldpfo 'a ple. r tiketwthhty o ites of t he several do unl sd s arsap
forty-five feet, high and 'twenty-five and Oa .d ballot shall b prite ,,the r Our business is strictly confined to the various details incidptto the own-
feetqiees of all candidates for State anrd a d ll esi of lad, and we have no private or ersonal "axe t6o grid" i onn6 tiop .
feet squa el a 'ite U- ow'th that busi.essWemake a spe"la.ty.otthe lireparaSioo"abtrats21an
'K n-- athnt otflt~eearrahaedtin alphabeti: )Dradlatu it, poaifivoly'ad absolute. keh a inv1esgati oif s We rpresent'o ecty-o nrs in 1

e 'r. &Maftsons, .'" which mty be ,prescribed by the r.e "* 0thou at o em vicer our i no call0 on or write us. Notary public in ofice.
o.f... all Landidats for each county t o My W i 'i ttilen, with bjen.' y,,
C o wl ierb V ain and th in h nr t le s ant eia ch? i r i co0r9unty "sor e;tsuahd io eltains d r, with the ballots used in norienal rec.o Saraaparnia wa ec m'iy | .omtended aI '
g6 '688 llod()dnt O 1ilt. 'hshI. h "e Toeit an Jrl J'i'l:0etesoh il, t. andit axesa d toe re.
u'roln .. pol ".on tWI a ,'exrore t would beVleirt booi." ,.] 3 .o i rfp, v *.o he t" ?. W e J. II. Jo s,, Parker....
up n o tit Ata tiae opn oortu uty fahled committee to have two "diierant hlP Hoodos parsaparai. proeisbs to
verTiepodr hea d she g'm lne and 'r1' O lthienk.Riia leon mako.ve wieprat1nice.t Fo ON ier. Ariublco
test of thc votinig that'' j te will id
au om a cr sinemi that n oonewll be, deprtved ofvoti rntg THE SU N JOB O FFIC E.
sj ecs, down at who he cn on a of' Idai uvon .atoU
tood profi .'t n .oteo. i do nId t 'believe ti,"Me ball i h
i .: a0ima ir0 ws ht. kilt ofhe r.irt.n tll wrbe tlo ger ke The A rant ic Coast Li.ne
...: 'l .... w s t and k i ther Dyo. hv the andid' ates r.f itji e' I. td f "mp, r.i.w t ,, L -
oior Uona l 1i 1o:ll "i, ht' il i Aliti l 'ari ps in i tie Isai 'et tlttik MVt.'ryie. FtrlBl F ALL EARTHLY POIrTS
ou edto> illhi195e6lta andldatm t.r Cin. o 'a i tl 'iii"vpas runr-dbS no wY. IMt CUIW

tr '' ha l t',.d tks ntlAie.i .i ii t i i i. .. .i . n. i.... .. .. .. n..or .ui. 0. . iul JI. Da ily
,t a T h o.ef o.o-, A I( W U ,,,. b.e, ,y re ,t.L '. t o rt h 2 r + t b l a di'n jp a 0 ;;t u u ^ .
g "hn.ald llfle Wh P aI th o(n i N uiw o i'of the jui 4u., JoNriParker
Semtioh rta l ort rit pers in l ida, sys: The Rapid bTrrttR and I1UNlusrp aeN+ Service
e.d from Its W.bh l'urf tiing ir .mn resp....ivse (r5 n T eTabl mtet Jcpt orbruary 7, 1 1 .
T he papor has l be greatly y improved my 'of te public, have r vd, Arrive Fro
and : 'ditor Mayus i imow th owner of ( recent Aonsion., that when observing 'i3 d40() I 'i h igh springs and I 7 ntsr: : I
t he.bst l itii g i i o ati Day, they' will rat i a o O i ly --m ediate l )inti Da il
. .: V. e r t rl 0(a llt.h. .. tl.ta e o .a li t. ... .. O .on d e t imd ia e .. : . ... . . .- .... . . .. .. ... ... .. .. ..
E' ary ilemituL rat who lhne the ilitur' diers. Ths is' oloeinently pr"ier, anal, ARaUAL'ALE, TE, MILON BOXES n'a ,iata 'kirt l0, W . p
et' of t he party i t heart sho tld vot. no doubt will be.! -''11 dh reciprocated yal Dai t E ast am cidt' '
for call ing. n'a' r onv enltn .. to+5 Adopt ite po ot Such vid ss6 of i Dait North, East ndW
Iuplatforia or prritu ple ami to intruct payingg of t ime setional(atiir taei s 'I am High Springs Way ross. mb l e'ik 2 pr
he dl otes to the national om h iat let iptoand followed the rai l e Daily ."ba Atlanti tIl m ana ..s.t.ltW.k. 1) 45pm
toAlltru"patriote, and treligure the Ski5pm
Quceii Ylctora was th' foummder of complete elathliQtuniet of a purely 'lamly ..^ lRoehelle Mr y Di 55a
tlo 1Ie Japane navy. I18, sh'.pre. 'Aimer h 'sjt t such as has 0eter '. i I L Da
a rmall steam ya.ht, a ld siemL Bri ish country" Dai l mI g 7:20p
SVblueak ttst were detailed to 00trut .. .x Monmy ll r' ::
th Japanes I J0n hI niateg)paitien of h.ww rli as precious little u fhL V+ '-'0-;PIo V: ioINiTS l xAmnited S o.d.
that liassof vesel ... m i'who half tries We ,toiie ( n. vest g b le st or NorthweSt Tnravel n t'hiv go d 1. ,Jorar "ar
timt wonder if he hs lmch u for iestbaat train or P man Sle i, d,
i, to T8ie o. 'enator Lro I.wI ,whmo I himself. I0 is probably ut ere sted in Leave 8t.Atig stin'e.., a mid_ h,' go i,.g m
i st g~ba rnatotial aspirait, olaimathat li l own tdase ad pines, ut Jaksoiville '. 7:0 aT;
as the result of the "late npleasant- l1ia' work-mmover, Lud ho can imver i Leave Jackeonvilh' t l8:.0 am
A ss" 6 wis arrliug l around tie t0t1ts tnoils full tihe jy oif l ving. 'Ior "MEN AtDE WOMEN. Arrhve rtton .atoS r(

e t happy over ll lucky escape to ask' ' o :noi....m in m n. Leave Macon .: ie t o r ( is r : : f
sympathyay atil he of, li is follow- a" .s1n1 Arrive Atla nta. 1:18 m
I. :. : e~ m |:athran:t A n a the pvec ga imrhall o i- .i1 O o, (rr a o r .i : ej g at n L eave A tlan ta I, .. .......
treneral y. Lten -r t a in r en, Arrive tChaut ooAa ." -1 7 p iv"'
tThough l tmun t be admitt ..th. tfhi tk JChoi.0k oHth s I t'e for Leave Ohattantooga. . 1 :8 p
sitatetients oing thi bullets are s or pa r of th thm of aeAv Na lH.
Strue-sind no one odo hbts them .he Ch suy& ^ l ina^ s ~I -'et. r yA -ill-.-.....-_ o d s t.'.
Orkinh d". sm o weight; ti~ Citye. o, Tored, outty aMnt -S at* A M.I ..A N .. .S;N'V
pal sgr *" . iforet, anI t'at said ti*nm will p y Aife 8 t. Li.o :.-
^~tTilttime -set' of(til N M)BJil( IOL- *g yE 11. I itilo hie b.l& APTi l,"{ti{ i- U*U
hie Imnp. T.i..e. bel.eve. i. the eaoh and ivery ass of i rive Terre m.
Lbuiimt 1"t'.' de:d," e5rally iAterhsb r aatndba d4 j II '
n ot'R a Aoiti s t eann.o l an 'b tive hOb tu, O,11 [}
no'doe l w ill N iof 1ti Jactsso Q Ond,
*o Aonpllre .. ... ... ..'
Js t ; dOotoleg t) Ie laret io e Ptl( I1awo I to beforI I Hig an I serlbwd seesvslons anI other 1 kforat to ick, .ger r v

' f'he'$~ W00a t uem re alaly A :. otlleCo st y I'lim 1lh W ba y st er nes i k o











.4 hb1 y DaMves for. mallh

0Od^1 b itu#ed Q.M West,






ria.phviei asr aetish
lV'.e k w i,,^ ^;6n o d aor
mar1ket, wit "iiftty" iirtidlia ade



rno'ved t-it4 room'", ~ofithe 1i e
Ia u htll)d o be erected o.therd

r0o rty been there f Eor tly
eio been Uly d or apsinaedy pn-
t eie innyal rmarkto,, ale 1iw
t In WIldlghs Thirough wali 'a hlepy
le hi'th..trddap eare being ll bur
~ t kewell room th four older
dl laad L aeieAl that 0*ainesville





Th~ hot Engli a btalhut orchard i .
O1aiforou was planerty transteed fr
,o io' ree(bntly conau In si Led, and












'. "nd tht7 a~th.t4g t ano t
re Is a real estate dealer i














,ins. the nstead il aiod faert pigtid
Siuaivilet wiho b int wearitig a happy
"il, for this.dden increase it bnsii.
B1qs speaks, well for the future. proA-

QETTING IN THE WALN'U.t$.
A e labiduitsy Thaet ('loto f California
The fMrst .i4dtiish Nvlnut orcliaird In
I Cllforuia' wias. itl)Utt'd -i0th twed frodm
A ngelo Ut41ii41iion grit'dWei.s, wliHere
*the lpntre n htad stllti' t4feaI trwes with



tree's early age of. bearlig, its' aoig for
u ad tle stetdy demoW d to' 1Its prleoict
tilop to luke 'tho Wenteriirls dtsero tdly
Sopniutr. ." t,.i't '/.t' h i' l''* un1.. 1t

ilaki or svelt years. tId, 1tit toerting I
1wtglitow deflltoly of Its age limit _f




b(Trin, )?harolo toib'.h aitr t thi of
tti l j l t spa tn )i Oillo r two 0'litt nirie l o
S.eIaring e Thor .iiscropsT ,:n 'ri ofall t
tr .te n' catlfornli nra 'st. ellaming.e but
deduction froin tliUp short si tory li0-
o ready wade shtiot mn to 'ia im lt
e.he ear.- liU tee n iU0lid 11 o 4(41,l
.>?iulitsto J'the acr I Va )good average y10ld,
l evoe hty-ve potlihdlls thi, average
btiWelg t f tro ti : )ut 'e 't.
',' i e bar 6 tive it o biell s iit b l i bout tim i'
ddien ofl Septiet) i d 140, ) it hoiiS tirly

6 leave Rinio1 1144 perreli iintth tll gat
w ert lin t o i' l 8 Il e ti lo fat llsl( g t



l Htheie 1!r .* vitl f(
t I 1 lly d erI p r o) o li,'ill ', i
or00ul t 4i ldfO noo nIt's oii
bursting, o ul gt'intgi 1Ol 4e 4h1y va!
i p is rv t.n kl'limple il)1t0'. 4ti i i i'4 ou '. l,< 0
rt 'nt (,r+' 44i('l'l Iiir 4t-!'i u j iM 'It' l;'-'1 1







1 o11 4) 'll t':ito ll I Iti' 1i,4 t4 li il lo ol t u' liIt
: r 1' l h ll ml4n 'iy,. ttill li" i. '11444, i Th14414 l:


weilt+ 1)'+ t'l- l t liti l ir ('44i44+i ill~inIw id lt l ito
t(' l1 h)l.l''t 'lic Ih 41 4 li I in14' 4l'IrlUlt' 1) ht4


.a/ i' ??1 H>lg 'i t l.lt'4.,i Iit lll t i t'l ly h i l s)i }dh l. 'n
l h.'hlo sing lrat1 v i' r.ilo p t loin' d tior lSa



*loi od 04i' o l. f Whllenil .'hltl r!\n, .ohtgi


1111oltri3h 4 4.'c ti"' i"ntt s t a.lre f14 .'
S ,itl an t tt re i .i li a ii'Ab l o r diiiit lcJi .
s plt4ti ci ant til' o i .tii t do t >o d itr.Ie
-of 4 eviom, rn .


liheeis GerTian lnlyr.p) I t inte hous
;... if .any. l of ir ra ti'y.i ave a c tire tendenCy, or iil;tloirrh s l. lhta or
'"-' 'rtnfhlaiiI n\> eet >1osil 8 are frequilit





mlitedi ndreli a "reiible,. remedy for sorn,
t tltlilpttiot ad, ths lntst thfIng 1i ) eao rth
fr, the. throat : and ill gs. It wll
l ilile i'epnedo foi' rtou.- (hi'thot n+r
t'y toifeli l w kei p i "p i lh tidr en oleinltiy.
'.vit botle, 2!e, ilig .ftftt!Ir T At


,, tti Carnoih e ,aflhts for Enr re+.

1rate r wlth hliim w'f.c iand dau(;tt 'rii

' Cetir egeSail' 'to be isl e'nt 't.tl
ac" ; fs> All.'V'tk.Aa.**'^^.:n.l^^w C~?


lOor.e.ioi .*"* t Jot'
. Miriy eC 'f toI a..-. .'

t oiwp, uvitau tri;'nlo will b itiilo $.:
;- by ,tet tala1i unte ia a 'etttti
Is taW*l I Wt-i 4P# 4


P*elruExeoutive Isf terlAtoilid i
t '.'Ameri can Warlhip, .'

iandat ii ti ..thta l i ,the: 111AerO

aPb4,atch frow, linWrtin. r wa ;
thO~x~ I igd by rs l atites itater,

reta 1J9pilnl hid severall eei i kw
rAerIrca1a4 t g otng ta' and PoroDvna,
The' gtttiie ,tf lao an the wl
e'r Cnntttwut1o rtal t i ftstte

enaIegn r. ''waI ips aye.t 'the ew
York, ov whl :Prosd.:lt Cladnit ) ;re*Ch-
ed the vsil.1h ,Tind of d r
Ship p Olil te Perliylan national na.
thm 'anlid thO 'trei'W .llallld the yar
a11 gaove tiro( eiets f't'or Pern i u. d
three tlheer4 fo'r .le', 'llt 1td Statoes

New York with great itCttrst andlt ex.
lir'ssed greot itorct In tihe work.
logs of thlm,'l ll .
Joo Under Complete Control.
Manilai, Mi'chl 2'2.--'. Tit"r Datto Hlas-
sC), who Wol,.inii-od Major M.-T.; Scott1
duh'ing an oi)gagemilt in 1lol4t 11 No-
voilber' last has beo INllitod by pmrsiu
ing ttrools. All tho'r Dlatitos aid
the troopslIn loa Io g .cathrg irOt of 1llnf-
gai.:. 'Everythling 41 (ini4t no)W, w'it1
no pposit190t(lto otf any klintI (o Ithe Atni'r-
iial. rule Otn tihe liwndl :)f Jolo.
C'. hnpeto I Mktv,'.
"I niti told tile Sliinlle'rs Jiaiv but $5),-
000) (1 yetr. ,,' :
"4wiimt li r'14 goin. to do wIth it?"
"(,ol a Ui'Otadl."
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"Tliey 6l nl't afford to stny nt bhoine
ad1 keep' Iupl with their sevt1.11hl.vehlnid



tlmiti (n11ltl lI f tl ( t iyo lil 'd It? ;Mrs. Nu-
lt"; l.ri),ss fg4O1d04h. ^ rI,.' Attciinl,+..4:W44 l?
.Mr.lt Nuiir-,h Yl, 'dnii't N uiiilbse, I'dI
w 'tir' 14)1.4thiltii n iit.'il Itin', dli r i'sl h'stl. do
y4'ni'?-- Ilhlt llthItAhti ed.1s ',.

Tragedly Averted..


'ii"st in the nick of tirmn o
boy was saved," writes Mr.
kina of Pleasatllu tCity, Ohio.
ihoriia had tlahityd 'sadh livoe '
Aind t4 Lrriblie cough 4et inl
lDoctors treated ihim, biut
worsi every day, At leligth
Dr. Kinig'a New l)ifwovery. f


Ir little
IV Wat.

with 4hi4.
besides,
heI grew
we tried
or cill'


witlnp)tion, antd Oiir dtlitiig wals lived.
lI'") now s lIound tid we'll try
boily ought to 1i1 ',i'Nt lio) t illy s ure
clrsr for ( eiogl, ioklds tind allti lung
4)i4a0,41'. (ilIraIltutod by ill druiggisti.
PI"rie. 50ac'and IuL $ 'ril1 iottl le0s treat


A WELL STOW KERI Lt1 1.ER YAItl),
\lh'r "1' nit! t ot' Ot iptt ritl l'rtn t' t4t4' ihe t
I iildeltn of' i Iitltlln Jii ft, r' 4u 1 aiiJ f5 4 't I i li b -
t4 raca h '4inlri' line v'oi 'r l ,l fintl'l. I, to +mir (rrvls t t
i'itile un l i,>fl ik Yi4'( oar t .tritg.(; Asith'4 .'
Th0,Gan.esvllle PlaIn^o n d Coffin Co.



IKEYISTONE. BAKERY,
R#,' T-S0,0914 -Pi+ rop,


(:.,Cor r i;rove tl (;4'news --4eL,.
1'l liet4)1 " ". I l *.. 4Ir Kl. '
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'Ot';ted to A4 14 'PllPs of Mi'.,



The Florda .

Sillit a.d Truck Grower




l:;B 4 $..''B ,
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liod'oo4f r hI 1'118 oliq f vli(i l K l)k ht ll,
8 V iUN 4 t 1 4 t 410' m4i)t llwt .l'' iitl.

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Itmm ll h'l,'l tir'':IN 4' ti olWl Vtl' .t) I 'lt v cliu'.,
ttI'tdW. }tL, The, ( l l th( r.. nt,0 + l' c lh;o t< i


utOiI h,, i jliN41 44:' T l44 [ ot'.t 41 ti i't''
, 1(11111-cl'{' ,V,';irS l y, l:hcln |ili qt'i.>l( ,1,'l
pt.l it '.t l i'' I lt tt' tloil,' 'iil' t.'t"tm i
\\H' ll u ,tift" u' o' .tlle\,iu' i ntI tllC il4 i'-
tW 'elve 4 't l 1 I'd, tit 'l o i,
lt110 4 l,' 0 4l .v(11il1>a'li ilnl I1 1noimd,
r i ll. II Io t jiil '" i. K b ,( rt \ I 'llli t 1, i.I1 '1
11 .pt coln c't sl 'it'tl'lt't|o rl'41m llt 14'V, W04('1 4Ii
tnle 'ii-ns .'4' ,' Nl i w 1 Y r'k \'or 4l4,

WASHINGTON'S METHODS.
the wA l h t' he I'uther t ( tll t.lm.141 luitr11vy
,t 'Xltl h nti Xli r 'tct lfhot n tih \,'liihtt'
llou'ls -lit)\4 i, liy \ k \' vo tly diff'cvoit
tItoli ( hhvii lie lhf i t o M' o iti'
tile ,govo?' lt'.l1 10 pti. l t \v i illfi
tli h sthlio '. tliho iitui') Iti l i'v ith ,l it .til. h '
lit mii Itiittl .\ m irlo ot. tt', ,1 tl'114r $;t'iI,





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I 1h (ii i t r t i i dlr li lich .ili,
'l1 to 4. nitl 0joo hll fewi Wthr hinh tmailt
it hi')ridh4t'l r iiiei,i Ite i l ir ,ilili vo nh
c'(iloIs hi ,ttXttti't I ;"1'I : I ';r ',i .+i ."j



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tli ; h trm ?tinl d II. 1r eti iirii t l I4lit ri "0 1 l
t4ie i'l1 m 1 dlt tiyilkm, t1i4 l uvltAi 1 iittut

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iled llo hlt H '.lti4 ii' i I',fil (lt .ilh.t' llii< ,
in i th ltk : ilit4 1 i l d lti 't i'ig li o
lThu. ,r l wits < Un ti'.d M li,
y riltig SWil 14 ll 0 -o 4.:il llltl.tli thl(lll)4 ti 14 tI4l



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1the (i Ilt,14tt l 1f. 4i 1 o lita i n ii ) it ih ,
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8'lV4T IV i f i i li i w -1 h I4tl'kii Ilong liik c
,Hll Hh 'l(hilt i) ," (tml |1 .'iV hI4- t h tii o' (ihd
In at HIMI ti tOv ( c' n I. P tli,*l. lih whorl,
yt lliw ghli "i*r It>ni : ho ll d ,It iIllc hl lit i111

. A 11 '44 *i4tooltll,
%W 1111i1 li .v l iU ( ii r it \;i (:iihi l i ain
,(ll fti. l Jill o i I l i .l i l two'i i j 'ti io;
'.*'t~ti 211 N t.'o n~l],liilll .. ,' .lll I l i til l.l ,

till! ilm 'tl) I l r ) 1, 1 1 i' I i |(. Ih 1 ,i ll ) I
nli.tl lit I :1i 1A I 'h l 'l -n i ,lti' 'l hiil


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Ih'm s t' 4h 4i l li l t T ll i l
'1A4l ' \\'!. i lih .. i 11'.1i'! it n ith

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'mnli t'h il i. | 4 i i l <"', I t iO f ili.
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SIllim rO lti '< t I 1o ',o i f 1 '. H TlhiiilN 4n '

in I'k A ,1)5) \ hl 1 4 ,l<,' It got m.*Itili i14
ll.'glllli.> t *f .Nl'i4 4 4i44ii,V I' 40 1 h141 4l1iiiit ..

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tI* l vm.k t!mi.'tfti'ii iif i Ii+, '.34) 3 ti lnl h1titi '

lam's 44' omt ii mluii i 4 to 1 't ll (115'n4'b
w. ah|t fl.i. l,, T .'lt' 4').. 1 I\4'lltl 4 Of 't'llth


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1 1ti6. 'ittl ie a fOtn l I vi fv, ltii k'44 0
Ititetisi hid, ie i 1( !it 4 It... i'wtpity..

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4 iit d# t oni anii,\ ,'o kr4t lit ti
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Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwauikee,
Wis., Business Woman's Associatton, is
another one cof the million .woimein who
have been rstored to health by usir

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetale C',opounI.
DRAu M11f, PtNiHAx I, wsI m tarrtad for *(owvorMl yitwis 4ktk hldrNl
blensod mny l-ho ,. T'he dow tie sald I had a oiuipll!ti itn of, f10l414. 0 ble0i'
alil o(td il t 'htv) O any hI ltyo lrn t0lilip I ttoUitd eo : nu'le 'Ito rild OUk,4
me, but ifter exporhientilit( for is several uttl, my t wiltub ofd *ettt4041a
tiistedl ind oe nii"Hltt. d w who r1 i I 'oAd f .tiio ifl f ir[tt !!J 1, wiho .th ad
Vogetn~ lp Co niposavt4. l li w|to-ve l i nt otnit i be4M tlo i"r'l s,, '.."l td-''r'
your taiidtih ort t)l i anO d o1i hli ii onthtt, lupt'ving steoidily hI hel)n th,
and in tweut y't wo :a nthft chi ild oh n. I I cannot fully exproia tihe' joy t .fi .
thuIk fullneios tuih t il IU py Iheart, t. :tr hlime ila tl dffeient l p 4j < nowl, 4l i we
lutw sionuthing to liy f(r, n in' (Mtll tl t r n di to lyhe4U1 a PIn lak it :
Vegetl(ha.le lO nmlipoUt dil Y, ,our very s.1in*'(l4y, Mi .a t'L t.C Oil, lUv 1Ut4 (hiov
i, M~iwadkeo, \ i," V\to mProlhnl, Milwaulvoe Iltnhuaioto onan .Am' A .
V~Vuon'te ihouild nut fall to profit by twoheI 4XneI iof ti*eIe two
wt)IIIiIa; julNt am uttrel4y s tlmyth wrto- d o t t11O trultll ruite, in ilti4r lettirm, jitmt ,4 eerttanly tI l ydtla I;, li ilkihit1' "
VTWOl, hl"ie lo, und| Siltlilnit tf ill u ol' tle OVsih'4i k lti ild t14wrvol)t pirotIratmion;l 'rolttlilMr thiait It iC ..l'idht r ip*i ..
b011n4 Vet'Kg ,tbl liCd t'itiot'ivl f.i t IN t'eritir womenA, 4114t don't tllow
ally dragl'hst to otiil yoii iniytliatil i Is h i i atI e.
An- Indiatua Ladliy TollN. of i WtVondir'ifl ('tCro i -
S lt r M a' i, IIt,* r 'l l t, p II, in le uire
for 'On t.o w lrcI< 101 1 .' I wh at vyou r.wontth fmil
rwmed'i it tl h tmdonI fite not, I wIt('l 4 ii ll ft
th.ll1n'0 v 4' w illi h 1 itl.ti 6 of )ifet, tftlg d my
Iphylt l, tllo )lll i th OlyI4 o t o0,e4tInI411 U ot1 of
th4e v 40,1. I)u iittf 41"OO t mnnm )yoru .1
itn'W4111.0%ti lto i y
l*S p i lip,11 ntI ft, 'lii d 4 tt t iti 't!.ll t(4
ie a. bt li"' i 0 I i I t'ng t I s I,4 to -
,f "% :^1l, t y t t Intl + it+la i'iifr' r-1 nilr 1t1 11,1,0'i y iqr" tu4 lh4 n .ta"tiull
1- rh, tor (: Ii: Lod yt.l Ui h t .it, vCf. your $o t .4I

i 'ydla +, la Pn Iuk Vf't T ot+hIh (otwa
P, wtl }hI. .l l 't gnt t''i .iijtlti Ih l ttlw t il sow
s'ix [t iIs 14114 it l II wetll I 0I4 41 t lkWItndO .
\ f / t- 4k |tt('I MI a oit. f otit' thi'4' tW u1
(f threh il ulv th1,in Id l 4rf IM.l aliout Wllh i (i% t ou ld01 P. II
Ou fore th t 0 Antq. is 44 a, s ik .o 14 ,I4, Appe Ol.4Efl
- trll tlt iM 'irtnle III. Ad<.rela h l ytoME Al eai4., l4 r tdve r
; lI'st~it t ttlslWt 't l)F .!!f llt l Iti" 4 shop*'" .. W ,' W, :. .o.. .
1OWll l R1 soi* lT'l ,' W4 i willp t t .t III tf i l i t ll4l l r U i
UUU .... . .i. ,,


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rt t. t'itri. t i ri", i < (, |^1.t *full|ly . .

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S. 4s"V for th *' s

Victor a Ie and Lock Co rpanynt
( a:t C",oh6o

44 w. .tt..4 14 *t onf, T ', (rtit, t o .ioh I,,i' .


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I poiFSr mi Ne W t Nwr o R, se
'land (iv'rpopi :
o p Yk ,arch hn-'Ther(e s
ia of tlo:t 'cottot l. ll .lik t haer
to0t Aid on itheo fu s.W th traders
Ap)ifd to bav.'eeisoveredt iii f1o0tI1
m4istlre fnthiloINt1i he situation ,
'ilhsre fllem t to ei a dlsp itioln to
ntle'rtllfai 14totta on1 it,& merits did
ph wartta L ity fitrther de6lino for
thel Untfobellig and it, w"t, eVideont
A lsithat thon market was reclving
i kaifltuip;"ol't orom kpot haiolorek
,e to be buy.lig ttthe IcIli tboth:
pt anid fiitwiut. aml Livirp)ool set
tlie r ports ,coitil.lnIto come In
frO th)ieo1soliot to1 .I : 'l t that aIlpt
S i*1vters rtfetl tot i i Ii 11 lMiaterial
PifOuints at pli'iii feuitus Ti4he i naro
^^^Itat tarbJ, illitiil *by he r.,ditions
land the ull1a thift tei 'dletolino 'had bon
attended by the' 1 iinot i.on of a at,
ahoit iliterot-i 4l)iie:d tIrs attaAi ad-
vauce of 20 t.ol ,0 points
Now OrlianK, ,lNarc 22..-Thie cotton;
Inairh(qt oipenid steady 41dl rolu ) 20
Ito '4I t 0,;tiliL' h tr tlian Sal.turday's
l 'iose m') (,I i ly :favor'o l:le ,abls
fromi Jn,1,crixpol. A modleratoe volmioe
o'f 'uytk l) orduir was eonl<. nt)1
after thc oieni gi May showed an ad,
vatrico of 44 p)olot at 1.4145 ad TJuly
I ani Vaiill c ol" ;!9'i)tiOil.i4 at 1.4.82, Tlbe
nitiltitL was al t txclitdI. J'lhere- wasl
'i6ot.iltig nIew r(portoeI on llth floor
in the Si luy tlfahr, hit th' tnmpressIon
s.6oeotel' to gaiutn thai. tho .New York
'fti'm woulil r'.iiiiifti lhusilisi shortly,
Iv:'. ierpoo!(l, Mareth 2.--Tlta market
1' r.Ot(tln futi.ulros olpend firm, today.'
l r anlai ut.,ai it ^ olttw ght.ho *Tradlnin
wasverya.ictive and a larKo bUsitbles
aSn d ..one.. After .the.oWiein.g prices
P oidh ll .tlpwardatid at It,12:A0 o'oka
':the actlVn position' l hWed a'. gi4
of, :about 40' l pofhlit over iSaturday's

REAq MANT. FOUND IN, RIVER.
'.hot Three Timp In Back--No CGlew
to identity, .
West Polnt l,' I., March 22.-The
body tof n ilunkntiown wllhito man was
fl tnd floetlilg on the Clattahobcho
tvir.. ibetweu'tt .Iatigdale and lRlvor
'VIow, Ala. aitilrdaly morning by .W.
I. Orawfold, : ..JuI giil i from all ap.'
lSartilta., .tih lithoddy htiy d .beaetI. In the
l y r for ovte'l w eks :. ':'
h" nt." I.Xahiinsatlm low that hie had boon,
':I 0hot tire times ini tihe hiack. Theo
body was srI o'ladly t(ldoellposudl that it
W;: W li l )IIi)iHble th h e l tilltl.d, but
-i" apaproItly lk'ed (to hI a pIrt' n r abo(ltt
. 0 '.0 yoarsi .Old


": ,. ':1' .let i l ultit| h i 'iiTU ;,
lo,' ,1. )yS thi R'it n ItIiAf I fl lt .i 1or t ihe pop-
i'.!( ulyir 'lihf thii lhn tH~tiitl i of
,, 111' U S ly of Ou llf thof'il I tif tS ly
slli tit0 i body oit ro oflitivu6,W i ow every
r v ; OV' 'l .'il'r InIqu tl'd thre ft'n lo. inedl
Icail 41ttl1'nl,
1*- t I do'I lIi kntif 'v how It 1 is w111h 11 itin,"
o:'. t pl.ied lthA g liify|oiy li it|iol.',flort who
I'' tf i t Iuppto i If hi' ilit w iwnl at-
S ld ilenpd h tilttp r I, "-hit I linvC e rold of a
I It hi t d an ftlune w iho e body iluidrwotr
les nevtwo erorplt e orsl < 1hnB 11i'n tbo
S our lle of velVu a 'lli .itlt, th" at ro-
S" "H.ow ftou wheM 4dkm Ntuih I wIondrl.
ij l fti sth i I lilp> ( r '
I l "t otr 1'H wif, Youu roiuti, mlr
| hg n lnot t to nhlro nd hn1 n irial t


S Anyl d i. it takd rlterl tl tarly Riasea
With, porfot safety Thery .har l Iitt -
itt (i t'ev r g.rit o or sioken t n a n yet
they arl e to itru i m results thlt ro-t
bi tat toni.t ltitIt s .rt quatirhig drasrtly i
hleantallaire nIovol r diatpponiiited(, Thoey
v o tnlot :fal to itorm hei their .titision
S' t iand Ovryone wh o uwo D) WVti't 4,t
t h r itrly.iset)4 p t fer them .tu) all.
', asI ', en',or .p oll, iThey' (*it'ri e i .i u'lsulm -.
'. :,'p MIna'tlthnh 'Ill,11u1 ht i' I sis
to lI M tlIhiionh l git'ls uutily inlarry alt

it ^ t4 o g i nt > A tll lt" lll tf )11141 i
i" 1ItUs )hd will l 15t oIte fI 1'fori tn l j.P.
^ :, '* tapri ess..l W),K l I. I iuttffl .eXpert .t'r
N"' .: ~ lo ti r ll .^"d'iihtiift. \VhWlr lie,


I". h"fron ii t" on1' li t i hi. wi lno i
4w I... lt y"oit Owph r t lhe [rbth nwi4d o I,|lm
0. 1A t "towVln li ly." in tl e little t('cA
I1,.. i de most llik'ly' irill' I rb .tiultril to
do ]tt tlo 'ov i v-%-- i -in0' fli~i8-, anid
'tUh l. Sthe gr(a initi.hm of meot glrlh.

'It ,. !*0 rIlrl I .41' r .C

.applu'i toiA vy Wtll ti, I, I ti.t ka.).y.o
W101 1otil 'lW t 'W Y emit., o he'e totts o

nB^ I ,,^ I ,'n: a ':t.. of ,
Ouk think U,' Yolw osh1
"Wr^ll ondon Obro*10


SLikes Amia Sdt W ip.
:'rsreef~ t )ri2--A r a pOflam, il.%
govurb)101ti-B
lei gIs'l.aovuTtmitM l^'s ed iwith the'
11101iB(1 AI*lol ul Medjid4e Cnstruict1d at1
'hilaHindelhil, fald blati ted a edc0,
opd vi' suel.of t1le 4a^ typ0 to cot5
iooo0 Th' ii ltter add ,tht thisa
I ltit if V ther a, y .
t 1 ) ai f' t1 ll'tlay d na-
Svalp Aeftea r.tiatt'xWithl iewt a o tt pr^e
)i >rrid.im -All evntuwfallfio, fl eh aIng
tit rotl .ga d, lpter'nationail ; coiplica
e cru r y.etl Abd le 'lHamtiid, sal te
Ili lpff the Abdul w1edJrllay 9 the lpotel
of heinbiotupleed by th4; Armatrongs
att.lfilt tiBiadt, will aIr'ive at
Constantly piafitopl i ayi.' Attier ti4-
fl'a orutsei' ha. just lteached Cpnatan-
ti) opl, l lfrom teno 'Itgl' ly l'. l'
Thrte-loirtatii o' the order of, ril.
lI)on MtliuiIr.riflies for Turkey hav6
h e.n DI l i ,o.iI.
WMEPING AT A WEDDING.
A ChnI1 int'raig 400 It hiolst iati ,
.A Chr in jol eti' t i :l ago 'i,it s l .t h
r I I l() jfi i i t rfl ) i hin) 1(ii1.If iial 'cry-,
ing, '- i1t I olt001illly iO it flinv'il plM o.
vaills. AfterI the, xfixtllhange of presents
the Ili'id 'j dri'sCed with niuch caro In
ft lI moWit-,ibi'iMcnle ov' ml1, IC she can
got Ih; her ely.inslito Ihe lted n deep
blTitiiId rt l ie r titt eilitil to ,t It' eiitl ttheddress fro i
Mhith thiltrofi liptfii hahtiig over the
olAhet.d A (ilft iprend upon a ta-
ble. to which tilhe bluashing bride ia td(
by fvi of Ir filettl. r hey aroeoeatnil
At. the laldei, but 0ii1 10oo et.lta Doep 1l-
luitcu priovrtlls.whc ifoliully the lpothqeri
Starts etyligf, tanj nwaldi follow, ttido trhe
bVide Jokns to i t4jchontis 'The ni al the
bridtinauldn leion the tble, nd the
,lat.Oi:f"ltt 'ther tako.ts a Beh t bekldt
the iIl a(Idy otti ilteoN wrouit etbrieh tS'its,
Ti6 thirigrootl flnw(i The 111 witplh 1oi
thilo throne et wlileh thit rtdo site and
Hru'cedfl by the bridegroomt, form in
l)proecs8lthtn and walk iul nditi thep roon
or 4ito 1an aldjolintttg rooin, signifying
'tht ho s..a. ,ryin her. away to li. w-n
hot go -tt thenw throw rio n
lthe Illi q ((ll i tit ficuatolm we have
borrowed iltlii t lt'ii,
A "Physiclan Writes
"I ant deoIrous of knowing if the pro-
ffesioneian obtain Herbine in btilk foat
ipreorlblug purposes? It hta been Of-
great use to .0he j, treating cass(i of
dyspep la brought on by excesses ort.
overwork, I 'have never know it to
fnil Ilt restoring t he organs atooted to
their healthful actvity." 50e a bootlo
at JphinsOn 1roa'.


Se>.It, lty F'er the l'^ture.
"lH,>l ottarlitg. we ditled .t the
SquI tn11t)iA Juist onim wwok agot tonight.
1 lt)( iOH .i i'z Ilii I ie must tio't oWir
ultitior cu' l'(!tll? 1 |sh nllid--Suppose -wo
don't. Wouldn't they l1ke It? Wife--
VWhy,'l>i'y liV'ir w\'iilhl forgive us. It'm
sir'I thy would it I'vor tenk us lagiltin.
iliIsluihIa i tsooil Tlhei we won't go.-
lrooklyn life to.
Working Overtime.
iight hour laws are ignored by thlosle
tireless little workers-Dr. King's New
Iifie Pills. Millions are always at
work .tight and day, during i'ndigo~t
tion, billous"iess, constipation, sickl
lhiadolchei atid all' stomach, liver andid
bowel troubles. asy, pleasant, ate;
sure Only 25c it ill druggists",.
NOT'CE. -
'l ti A ti l ( tl y, 'It 'l h I hti>of it:
WV l thi uI nlide ittedl .voters anilld tit ltv',ers
ro hitillo iin lClio terrltor' ide.sorll ,Il d aIS (o,>Wi .
All otoe. Il 6,' I li t, a,21.Ni of Croi, ..ireero '.,1
of s t', .I. ie tad1'l iil'p. i .I, tI, Sot, h i f i oi h.,
ixei s nd ith1 w .'.1Altl'",dIot Al *S tioi ,i, -m,
a ndt n l o l l'ow -ll t p i ., I 2, Souiti h f I ol.
looia and tlinh s hulit": All Tp I, t, 1lincliiil-
hti l;hslt>l( I tiit 'ad oturwFn tV e 1i e orirltortv
lnow(l t.l "'i h I i4t o oe1s". Ieloms t 're. et, flll
ikithltll W's' tou ti)rkr |i ih; li i t lhtioal atOleetlbiti
tideterilntl eHt, whliteu ithe' ttli)o e tle i'rlltoil tOlr-
rlf'v iti tci 'ii SpechIV tilst'itn S i l I"
t let, fiorhO t,l of .i >t i.or vv ru, itil m idlle tr
it illt tii'tloih ,.i it t (or Athi texi'luMtI tiie to f
pto ll fret*' s i~>fl., wthl tli tt 0i l.Iltrt,.
It .i.. Ao It. C, N w t.in", A. S. itu4 l xtti ,
Mt WrV (tlul, W .4tiJ. vAiv, .Ii, I.i tllv '-',

I,. I S lialtttw Was A to t J
tpoo.i t,%llw,, Ky lkts! l, U b. v
Nkull>. 't'ie t4hvow<>eC(Hi4im% 'tl I' Ic 'n'wnue
tit tIn, tiloai > l 'tit illle IfNtIruiittiio .of Altmliutn
.oi'tito, i l 'o Uts'.lty, AItIrtl tvt'il


W. F, SEEBA,
W' UhoNl d R Mt Ai)R :.

I.0QUOR DEALER,


T.ea M a irt o ;h*I .tpr We*(V,
. B t a


A VIKA &* fl.... LIV '*'(T. .co IV .'.

Abstracts 'f Title n4 full inhformalon fu r "Ished :: a' ding i lands 'in *bi
.tyi. O'r anger hat l Iedtin t i tty tirty, years and
is thoroughly conversas with'land ties.

FIRB, A1,^. R^, :P
F 4WCZNTl, B1 ROLAR. nAN lEMITy 8URANC .1Ar
outing g a nuiuoe of~pordniaet AMea tlt 11!i'O pa090 i.

i ^av VI* -


WP I W I% : ,I 0 t- I,..... ,9.

Furnlturo, Stoves, ocks, m
Trunks, Etc,
IISMnt Sinesvlle, Fa COTTON W EPARTM E NT.
"(Oppote Oainesville Prilnthig Co)
liritit i teap for Cash or GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
n EasY P meat,,s.
FINE LINE NEW GOODS. I ST P PAID: OR EA ISL CTT
I l'a 0- seed or LIlut, Large or Small Quatlitles


Sathushek Pianos

NOTED FOR SWEETNEiS AlD PUA
TV OF TONE, POWER AND
1DIRABILITY.

,Best piano tor-thia trying ellmate. state
tune longosr than others. oonstruoted
best mater~ls,, and most artlstic
Sworkansh Ip obtainable.,
.. Uptodate every
detail and Un-
equated"

Sold by us cohtinuously fog.

OVER THIRTY TWO YEAIIS
without a single failure. If von
want'a piano for a lifetime's
service uy the

mathbubhe 1 h T
Proies an lb~w Is a consistent with quality
Ctsh or on eaqs terris. Sent on 15 days'
trial. Weopay freilht. -Write
for prices -TODAY,

Ludden &nBates

Southern MIsl House,:
SAVANNAH, Q.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.t
ESiTABLISliE I 1870
GAITHER & BRYAN, State.Ag'ts,
TAMPA, FLORID)A.'


TROPICAL

PINE APPLE,






"AR and




WINNER,,
has (cured iore bad cases
f ludligestidn, La Orippe
St omach disorders, COughs
and Colds this winter than
ALl l OTHfER. r'edite s


combined.



wrrit th Masnufaoturot.



D i A 1'. 'i


Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida
Planting Seed.
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SUGH A SOFT

LIGHT TO-READ BY!
True of a well shaded, steady, elec-i'
trick light, is it not, oh you readers?,'
Well, it'g our lookout to haveevery
iaimnaginable contrivance, device and a-.


i plianceo for the perfect enjoyment 01
electric lighting and other ways ol
7 iingeleetricity fordoamestic purposeS.
7"-Y W await your coImiands.
1:;-/? :GAINESVILLE GAS:AND.ELEC.
S/ '> p TRI .LI.GHT. COMPANY.

ainesvile MachineWS COA

GENERAL MILL AO) FER)NAND AYER,
ATTORNEY AT JAW,


Can turn and straighten wh'le length
of 8hafting an-Pilpe-Outting
up toI inches.

COTTON GIN REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY,
P. H, WESTGAAURD.Pop.l

GUlNEEVILL'E'S FAVORITE


i ESOItT.


Alachua. Pool Parlors,
(. Ili,'ea, Proprietor.


Located in the Porter Block, south
side square. Three first-class tables.
Good lights, andt prompt and courteous
service. The lubllc is cordially invited
anid always W reone, .


ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,

World's Fair Route.

WIL 8E. DAILY DURIU
MARCU AND) APRI1

CHEAP TICKETS


-:TO-


CALIFORNIA
WASHINGTON
!OREGON



ND I)'OTH-ER'' O l 1. Lt iN l EI
WEST AND NORTHWEST

I"a r ,re '. .

FVr 4Md44 w (x*t. Rates Ana All Ia-.

FRED n.u':LLeI
TiryIinj Eassfsger- 4*uL
*lot,
^*,i;.;,;:^ t| wn ir|(lGAO ./'''^;


GAlINIS V .I.I;| -L .f.O tDA,'

Can sell your city property, (im-.
proved *and- unimproved), phosphate,
tr kjing and farming lands, Send himn
a list of what you offrrtor.ale.___7_

A.J DACOSTA, 1
Surveyor and Notary Public.'
(C'oveyaiinei ga Specialty.
Office at Resid nee, S (l East .Main
-street N. P, 0. Box 314. 1-14.04
DR. T, H. ALDERMAN,
DEN T I S'.1
[Successor toSell'er& Ald erian]


Over Duitton &Co's Bank.


Galnesvlllo


Special attention to Crown and lirldaie work
Phone 70-s
Di GORDON 11. TISON*
DENTIST.
Graduate Htlilimore Gollegne I)itil Surgery
i'lve years' experience in New York City,
Crown, Bridge work and iglita Speneliltlet,
Al'l*W NHtK k;AlANTI D ;
OrrTTlC T lrENDlhm.tOK, GAMMNIS, IIr, g A

T IE WEST ENI),
FINE WINF S, IUORS CIGAR8

2i .31 \\. .' St., J l;sorlivil h. ;
Faust beer, bottle and drailght Don't
fail to ail oh nie when in Jaclksnville


i it aivi lo ri t


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Itrtho ,tltI t ir'etu t'rg' ih n.r te, Dal i t '
porlt-tl Wirly, nr ortni e, t

S t aks ,1 (...............
t ord Pooil, .w
Alley ISO. I.W a yst

MAXX KRAU''
*h, '.. ... .; eprselei ft int i

EAWEIt
E; :4 W1:IL & CO. ;
WH 0 LESALE Sf
Of All A escript'ns. l

ole Ag.tn. tqrMON4 R .H
plax Q prbitt ssd


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VAN (IF MAIC

at, Wai" a; ,bout fHfi 'i 1,
rather btll.d. 1Isl wvriwnkles were
liDa n llA. isluastiie ll s gt.eW NOtV
e'theless ,he ooied vigoronl anpd Ilntes
: lgent.i liHe wt haitdsomuer, aie nini
tog., !tetier, th aiti hlte. liad bet'i l ftwtry.
Bui he brought, out t plot.ogtapit of
hi tlfz it forty', which hardly rTjan-
l ln o mh .e had hlie cige1d,
t p li ant to print 1ji1 picture
Usp t lie saito thlKeptortw,; "ltvt
d e it, fort It's the o iy. one I'V,
myself at tiht :1ge, lnd I'd like
0ep It, fr, you know, I dolirt grow'
y younger.' "I'd nrther hlioe your
eture'as; yot are tolhiy," said tlih re.
rte 'o you ate htliiOin|er ntow
l you were it forty," 'tOhl, nI. I
am too., od illnd, rlikled and bald
'ow," sild the man. '"'se the forty-
yearolpd picture Thile reporter ex-
chainmued, with a. puzzled hilghl "So
many imen are lllk yO. T'rhough thley
are, old,: they iuslst on having young
plettidres printed. They fail to r(t.alle0
k how lluch li ire I nterestliig and lpas.
Ing their face is In old age if tlhey have
lived a fairly wise and tindustrlous life.
I've had men of seventy actually who
'have given ole for reproduettou iploto-
graphs of themselves tit thirty-five.
Women don't do tils,. 41 believe ue1n1
bate old age uiore thaio women do." "I
l4atb it," said the other grlily.-lx-


V, Do You Want Stnfigth?
3 fr you Want to increase yotr
length you must add to and not take
roe the physical. In othor words,
S-food that you eat must Ie digest-
aslimliated and appropriated by
fetlrves, blood and tatiises' bftfr6,
|g8 expelled' from the intestines.
Il DyspepsiaO ure adds to the ihy-
i. It gives strength to tild builds
strength in the human system. It
,paant to the taste aud ipalatablo,
h. ohily o omlnlntiotl n of digest.-
thIt will digest l:te food anl ein
he system to appropriato all of
alth and strenigthU-gving qiuali-
S8od by all druggists.

:NATURE OF STARS.
hor ItuauiM' From White to
Re d lit it oll' l or. l
e 0'ry 4atl oilll ii of ai'irs iuiislh's
Oei t of gtoilo that i'rilide'k. E .
of t1hii o10'1re or ikls (Ilklyd
p fiery. nituh'er wihi, if w -
kit 1011i ek

or bUllsish wlitt to (lull- rcd Ipre-
Sg' df'rki'lei's, tlie ltiutilm t' ij. ioliil t

csao i t.lh iitiitrni'ary tlii1ar, iof
It no fcwer tlhi twonrly-.u .Wv Il lin\
iinoth. ed it hiistoi'lc iiciej waix iunl
-with 1111kXinittr "nTiTri) u i
l inattxl y hiiin l-'auu-l'l uiii.lll ll l oili
I.. ia y, moillethiits O lh iti Ih, 't41ort'
I of ixcih ti''ll ) lt 1111 s,. T. 'y lWo's'
hli t1 ?, l itn t i tw iin ilt '. I id.'
)lliy to In lit Uip l 'i''rieh Iby tuh dlowll
of ia vast Ilitiss r(ilt i ln o it liinitn'l
i rlit'l ilSe iiolgnh oiriug ni\ iurs.i,
Inn)y r glirtihi st a's ni' knwil y .li
S Ito' lok'- dio lihllig of r(i'tiiil spil':)
llBp s oiJr I.y 'ilrioiis pi'tirlittiur a t ti s It
atteld i(I l y dairk (uoitJplinlrmi's, I'lhe
tanmi'smltn'of ri'HH wnu firoumi sliortil
( i' lblirhidli t clt'e e wafi poilnti lltr liy
0 il; Nso was tllre liiy gl** tll ft'lio w it,
the ftlert rd Aut(t's<, whilefs t l>is iti'k
c inpntiloil of P'rocyon I still liids tiu-
Strpnouner i
'Itg il option of liglit I itpwr ,Ing
tlmronu tspsin-' Hclhlly ib t dinIstuit)nes
so Infinite, enciii the number of fiinti
stare to .xcetd by rollhoni the lbriirt-
oil. and tills i8 _1ppofi'td to rea0dir
mnriy of them quite dArk rtoa. 1
The Naroe Witch Harel,
the name Witch lla'iel i' imucth
.abusled. E. DeWitt A&. (on, C 'hiw aKi;
t re the.iniventors of, the original atd
o inly getinoe Witch lat'|l salve, A
.* r aian eure for cuts, biirnS,( brt'ities
|,'r nili-yco~ ionterfeits of thLn i1alv?, tcilr
I hldwhaii0h rc'dangenroous wti e they are'

ati worthltess, In bliyhiog Witih J lai.. I
.. alveo see that the ianute J. (' [toWitt
A to.( C)icago, L y on thi box and i*
S'ure is certain. 8pl d by alsl druggkis.




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r'ii ; tt; rf I'4 4i i4r ,n il ti; Inli~lu.t


Sif ritrh fcrN i m T orwt...


Atan'inmosuetistiaort his hiesu ao.texzeeea"
lIr sixt"y', wr, wilb ie t iShe-ill The I),sb
Sun ocasilliivy and in the Tline*a-Wetk
edtlio for #' IN AI)VANOt. AlinoIonoements
nrimal'ir iovr rsixtx worls, .i.
"or ". the Le'gislature..' .;r
I Heretby ainot'me? nijyselfa', oalntliI
datte ort he egiillatuire, auijeeit lthe
approval of the ,Denoeratio votpr, it
the coming primary e'eotiolu, atid, re
spectfully solicit their support. !
ROBERT' I)AVl8.;
'.o the Demoorati. Vot-ers of Alaclhua
county I retp9'tfolly aitpounce.,',inyelf
a ldidlate for the Leglilature' and
solioit your support 1 Will abide by.
thli action ot tiW primary. -
j. A A1. ROSnORO wGH,
Soluiited by many friends, I an-1
nounte iimyse(lf a candidate for 1epr-.
setitaitive from Alaelta county il, .tie
next legislature, subject to the b)eo,-
cratio primary. If elected, the peo-
plo of Alachua can feel assured that
their interests ill be well ta-
ken care of illn or next Legislature,
and I shall'specially exercise' iiy iii-
iluence for the ,enaetpltet of a ,vagrant
hiw similar'to that now in force in
Georgia, which has done so much to
solve the labor problem in' that State,
A. U. HILA1RY.,
I hereby announce myself as a cal-
didate for RepreseltatilvO from Ala-
lchua, otsputy in the ilext Legislature,
subject tothe action of the Delnoorat-
ic primary, and solicit the support of
my fellow citizens. 1Restpqetftlly,
O), ;TI ,5LMAN.
For Sheriff.,
7o te ,i)co' ,lUatio lI t,.''. ,!f .. it /(iua
I enbt'aree this maotliod'of eIxprossing
mly warmest apliprooilationi for thli -coi.
fildece'you placed it me in 18016, ind
contiumtisly fron that date to thia,'
anld sinoorely trmt that your cofll-.
dene' has not been betrayed. I h.ve
elndeavored, to the very best of yiy
ability, to do my duty, regardless of
peronIA or the ollsequeotices to m y-
seit;lf. tw well I have sit' eded 1I
leave to you to judge. I hviie been
eencouraged to bolio vothat my te (orts
have received the approval of the
peileetfil, law-loving (citimns of our
eouiity, fot whlichl I i truly thtinkfidl.
I ami i>itgaii a cai)ldidatui for the pt)kic
of Sheriff and will appreiatt your isOup
port, atd promise, if re.-electted, to rto
slUii llny diitiei, iifetlte'red w\ilth ally
promise to speciefit favorrs., anld tshill on-
d iivor inf thle futti't, 4s6 ili tIle' 1p t, tOi
ido itiy dilly ti' i bi'st llknow how. 'rol
isitK if tieted or defeated not to, hn' a
candidate for the tbll!'s again, l.is'
peutfully, I,. W. IENNEI'L,,
I etibritco thiN iiiethod of p iiuiincmlling
iiyiellf t-a candidate for liherilT of thii
county, t nd r as i pletifl.ly solinit itlvoi,'
hor tie nusimination in tlte county pri-
linry. Again thiru kiiig ily consititu-
eots for past favors. lticetf ully.,
:. II. W1llAR1i).
7o /' ./)Dcnin ts r of A'i/ lnmI,.t (,hin./,"'
I nlltiioiiiu nitself it raniididate ioir
Shi' riT of Aluchliftl i f tilI y., uhji et. to
the Dl li(moerasti' priliniry. It e l.'el tod
I shall dis!largo tie tiulties, of tlhn olf-
liHow t the beist of ily alhility, ald so-
hli ,it the i support ofl )'lll()irlt ts. tRe-
'All qtflhlly. W. C. I(. I AC; I'
For County Superintendent ot Sc.hodls.
I tersp'tfuily anlniuiln'e myielif a
'aiididalte f(or the I llue' nf S ul ri'.-
t idtlctit of I'utllic l ritrutioni of Aii-
'hiiii o (rlUlmty, iml.)je't tO the O is' tulrio crilie
rri,,nry I amiil th ttim uip.)port of ftll
.1)'emi:icruts, iia d ipromiise, if (t i cte'd, tto
timnie very horiioritll e tfort to advanki'
Ihpu n)lh shonlil inti'rstlptf t1lh coun-
ty I hircby fniillo n'e nIWiO 'i sM l a 'elldi-
,dato for thel o 'ise osf Siii>ri n itmiihlviit
of Putibl tY, siubjet to thei ait .tiol f ithe O un. -
(rumtlie priimiftry, anid rs'i')eict.fully aois itt
'th suplportof a1 ,t'n~socrati, voters'.
l(escftfCJully, J .- KEM1, t.M.
I aiitm a c.audidat '' f t r'n tti, 1i 1t0lis of
ri 'i(t 4 rinitictd1l4,i t of l'tll i .ul i f 'iuI tlm t r itit
n )f A hla ti i1a (s o ( .i itiy t i ol ij t r t t !s t i u i tisi
nfit thi ,le)mio(rtir~ priiMary, anld solicit
ti(!is" iustprt nof IDhstllcristso vot rI. If
lat,'led. 1 ws-ill fCatur It'tsl|.chnimiet
andi the pInyi'nrit of thlie slchisol debt,
oC e KlI;LLBy.
For Clerk Circu|l Court,


AA tlhe 'SiiiW. J"rn U.' lA
i'A m fitt iine' 'b' s/tx .oil
.lksIiti n osiir o iltnisry, it
a iuniui'cl. se nl lf s'i I
th'trk psltkiut of Ct'f k
'Courin of A ltitA. I' tom)i
li)t oiilty tthe votwo blut
iny friends lto, se.tCi
If el c'ted I .pronults

hate l rayof'.teto fle
i rake thin ri. ron|

--it-w and 'ti Inetisiat

I ~sepeaytflly tr my

'' :,l ii .f. i 'iiilii/l ty i


tlvi' (f.onit ,it s'
Ity of' tly for
v-t(son, lits'Irfby
c. didihate for
1if the ('mirouit
tj'; ald 1 ,'s t t
ts', l.\dirimort m in


1 ali aarudidate for4 Coulity. 'ldge-,
.and betg toS ay thatit thep lst, siervtd
yeu faithufilly aud stl! ym to trul t mlote
again.ti tstiring yoi that y~ltour oti
denoe wiall''itt bol i.s'tlrayld I .ask for
your vot, pledging -tlhat 1 will Ibe
tr1te amld faithful Iin thO p;'ui. i'oir
trily, A4 (1A1i IA",l1..
For Tax Assessor,
I roespo'ct filly nlinum tine tiystilf as n i
candidate tlforthu, oltipo f fax A-,sss Tr
of Alathuna otiimty, slsbjeml to t h )tiin.
.orati priuniary, leaving beetit lppiut-
ed to Illouit their uiexliirel t',ri of miy
predecessor, I now ask the good pIoplhe
of Alaelutm t county for their support nit
thle polls. will do all ii iny Itow' r to1
make a faiithfuil iaId. oilloilit sit'esoior
Aitu to itik a it more pirr'ecrt Si t of titi
books l Iith'sut'cedeldin yerr 'el-1etv-,.
fully, A \ lS SLW. til( St)N.

For Tax Collector.
1 hiri'by ianinouii' e tliyssilf a 11 d it,'ail-
date for res-iioishiitisoi ''as x 'n olli'
tor of A latelilnu olinty, sbjii't t to the
Doiemoratic Iprilmiry, ,1., 1 n11111 inii.
iatecd aiid heti'hrt'd I shlill faithfully,
conscietitiously aind court(soilily dis;
cliarge the dutiliii nd i' ttii il iilt on tih
olot'e, l m'Isnrip .fcltill Isolitit 'ouir stiil.
!p -hit..llr e ooiliili im1iillpmml, U.6il-
psectfsltly XV, I l'ltCINstIN.

For Cont y Commissioner,
At th soliiation f mii'y frietindi 1
aninoi ii' noy 1 'iemiid ideay tnfr (ton ty
Oominnis m(iitm'r front ml1)istri't N o, 2i, b
ject to theI an'.ion .i( thI lituitiihr ils
priit itry, atild isolsuiit thime v's of the,
distri(lr . I I rotuflis If lertedil tin
guard with Zm.alim ire lleh-o tr r tlr
of nry diltrit and mid ( lLthe tt.iity it,
large. X Vnry rn' ilsotfiiuly,
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to the o l rinu inrioli t)rititary. If tolin't'di
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Examination Free
D i.orl et wll illistninesvillem nth-
i ShprIngs March 5 and 21,


i NEWS OF CITY AND

'COUNTY CONDENSED

Matters of General Interest Oath..
red by Our Reporters.

PEIktiONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What HasHappenedand What Is Going
to Happen Told in Short PAiragraph
.So TOhat "H. Who k, MaysRead"
it in The Sun.
Insture with Viishmnai : & 11111.
f ;ld hwepapers for aile at 'he Sunt
Th: i J8n is qi.' sale at .'th 3.'wn
non,. iiSon's Wonderful Salve for sale
S'3. 0 .by J,'WMcCollh,&(..: .&.
"O jty taxes m.st he paid thi i ionth.
': bo :IaOa cl .se April .1, t
"'Wantedt-Mtanager .h. i.'sr itrnce
eiompany. "Mieinoger," Surn' .
:Mlss Laura 'Stringfellow of ,Jk.-
sonville ia visiting friends in this city.
Fanik .MoDavid, an upto-date heorso
#tad0r, was trading in tilhe city yester-
A Jo)nes,' a socoessflt travilting
alett mau, is in the .ioty on a short vilst

1Sheriff LI. W. Foin[ll left yesterday
for the IEtat ind (if the (it inty on ntjil
." al .bsif lneasU .
T.: .. YOarty of Wanioeo, moerclhat
princo aid *ll-round good fellow, wits
in the clty yesterday.
; If you want printed stiationry inll
p ny forin T'he Sln 0ii tle is the p liwe to
leave your order. tf
Monroo Venablo, a prominent citi.
S en of Kanaipauh, was a visitor tco
a ainetville yesterday.
3J. A. 'Phiferwment Yestetrday to Iligl'
Springs and will hIe absent from thi
city two or. three days.
i L. Hosetnihrger, one of the
prominent readoents of the Kirkwood3
Sael on, WaS in the city yesterday,
Deputy lheriilt E. A, O'Steei pssMed
through the city yesterday, from .Jack
sonvllle en route to h hlHom$ak Ati.fs0
. W. and N. )Williams two wide
awake bustiessa nit from ,Bell, wort
business visitors to this city yesterday
J '. lMenliimg, one of the' leadinitg
S bnushlea mnim of tnhe. progressive litth
lity of Archer, wamit the olty ybter
W. I.'mld'ersoniro tilague 'd,. B
Oonaly. of: LaOrse, two praducti
farmors, wore trading in the city yes
t.,rtlay.
e. .u mbler the i Orand Millineri
Spending of Mrie, 1e-Grande W\eduesday
S, h lay atd riday, rMirch a,3, 2,
. and .i. :,t
i, My.,eion arrived in the .ity yes
terday from l; t liast toerm lie has bteen ttend
mrit mudiomdalailtg u i
.:'.'..'a. Ohin rahWiell a .irtoomhient farm
Ser from Alachnma, ..mdi this dlne *
e t call, yesterday, d renew
hispsubsiTnpti oI li Sth ma .., .
S,. PortWe, Who has been i. thi
e hpate tot dc s 4pmmde ,o r
.,day for h iais e I .11).itlcd Op
P E', w Inthe olit


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hq wil spend a ifropa, Kirby, a prosperoa sfarm
of Oewberry was iiih th city yester-l
daty. He slys t tlathie ffarmeurs in h4,
seetlomtraenow busy shipping lettuce
a .d other vegetabless.
Edtor P... .setize.. of The fwigh
Springs Hornet' was tn" the city and
juade this pfloe' a pleasant call yester-.
day. Come again, Bro Setzer, we are
always glad to see you,
Blacksmith shop for sale, No other
shop in a iad.ius of 15 miles. Good
l4 iimes., linilt ow ii to ill ih-ailhi wIll
el ata groat suriflice. Further info.r-
mnaltioi obtalnableat Squ Oulbe. d2w2
Gen., 0. A, Gilchrist of Wade, an en-
.. us.lati.c go od road advocate, was In
"the city yesterday. The many friends
of General Gilchrist in:, this .city will
be gratified t .the informationn that he
Is slowly recovering from his late in.
disposition.,
Samuel P. olmnes & Co., brokers in
stocks, grain .and cotton, Baldwin.
block, iJaksoliville, vFla. Special at.
tention to local, seouritos, HRefer to
any bank in Jaolksonville.. Orders0 exe-
cuted directly on floor .ot New York
8tbeok Exohanfge. 2..dt- ..
A. J, thle little son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. ,T, one Iof Tilelgh, 'who has been
ludtring, irom :a severe. attitak, of
eep0les in bhisi-lty at the home of his
grandm otlier; Mrs.. With.lrapooi", is
reported to be much 'better. .Hi re-
cently camne to thia 'lity to attend their
school of Miss Tebeau.
0.. 0, Tho'ma of Wilieford. passed
through this clty yesterday. en route
to .artow, where he goe to enter the
South Florida Military CollA oe. At-
a competitive examination. recently
held in thls city,' thisyoung man. hav.
ing patad the best examinationn, was
awardtid asoholarship in that college.
S.,'J, EIiis, a popular Alaehua cotln-
ty school teacher, was a visitor to the.
0ity yesterday. Mr. Ellis was the ef-
fiuent principal of the Me.lrose school
for the past termn, where ho recently
closed it very successful term,. He is
well 4pleas0d with Melrose, and says it
is one of the linest towns in Aloalua
cou (iuty and hopes that lie nmay be re-
t urniedl the re again next toe rm.
Jake Feister, a prominent citizens of
Roohelli who is engaged in t'ihe fish
butsimiess, was visitor to this city yes.
tkirday., ake says that het is tir(d- of
"filshiig,"' and that as the c4tainaign is
warming up considerably, he muchli
prefer's to come to the city and talk
politics with tilhe candidates who are
also tlshing-not for fish, hiowver--but
for good solid Deomti atic votes,
Sllhugh Simtmons, traveling salesmanki
for the Oudathy Packing Comnpany, is
in the city inmterviewihig the trade. It
will bremieinbered that Mr. SitmomM'
w as roetmnitly a resident of this 'ity,
be)A for seine tinkI tumanager for tlhe
tiUlKemvivllio Grocery, whicli posltioi hli
,held i for several years. lie .resigted
h lis position there to go into tbuisiness
for himself in Georgia, bu t it will now
Sbe seenithat he is it aucoessful travel-
lg sltsila.n:. Hie WaB one of the most
popular young ,iemi in the city wheli)
S.rO idiig here, and was well known in
Social circles,
R,. ' Rad Thi .
8>ruoe Plie, Alit i. I, ,lS99-tSr.
I B. W. Hail, Diear Sir I speut last
year in your ity and whil6 there your
remedy wasu r.o0tmmended to mn,. Atf
r tor trying -several otlier physiliaus,
- purchased one smnll bottle of your
rneddy. It ouared an. lsipetftl.,"
S: A Tr.a. Wondr.
O(nie snmalV bottle of the '.ea le- ^
der, ; All', relt .Pitooery,. eure* all
l ki...tly and hliadd~ir tttbles.l, reioves
grre, W'tiret dIabetabse min*ral etiuii
tltai anti all rtegulagtit 'a o. the+. kid-
Seys and bluiider itt both uen and
wimn, regula. te.s bia-er troubles ia
Sohldre. If not sold by 3jour druggisit
ll be sentt by m'sil ot '(ri-pts of #1 .
One shat: bi b to is 9 ttiaea' treat.
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'aG ,ntin tensive trek-
vmet of Maopy., wnq. r the city
yiterday. During the present week
%ri Lamby will ship a eolid ear pf 17-

QENTON WILL NOT RUN.
Wl ot be a Ca ndidatea for lerk of
Circuit Court This Term, d
T the Doeimoortio Voters of Alachoua
Tno anawr tnumerjous inquires as
to whether or nopt I will be a candidate
in the corning primary electiont for
alerk of the jrqit court, I take tthls
mthod of ifritring my friends
throughout the county that I inam not a
candidate fQr any offlee.
I grftefilly appreciate your con-d
fideiee andesupport in th.e past, and
wil4l ver h"dlh in high esteem those
whb have so loyally stood by me.
0. DDossa,


.Farming ,l ments.



ai ls, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit-
S tings, Betag, ingOt
Bought in Car Lots Sold in any
quantity.

.et On of Our Catalogues.

Baird: Hardware Co
GAINESVILLEL 'FLA, i


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0 Per 8n^ attention 'to
all matters in this line.
Mail and telegraph o'-
ders promptly attend-.
ed to.


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MRS. M. .COTN

PURCHASING,
AGENT
AND DRESSMAKING.

W208, Beech Street,
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a0 p0iiOe ann o.Itn.er. poSiom tri
efeeted be promises to guard with
zealqoft care the interests of hits dis-
triot a.d the t county, at large*
.0. Hayma~T., ustic,~of'ithe peace,
and W, B Rae two of the prominent
citizens of theLoclosa section, werex
trading Linthe city yesterday. They
report the ounlry in that section in a'
prosperous condition, business good,
crop prospects flattering," especially
the orange crop whlch, they say will
be by far the" largest alnce the treee.
. Cohn Coarsey, the clever representa-
tive of LeRoy Myers, Oigali and to"
bacco, SBavaniah, Ga., was in the city
yesterday soliolting trade among our
merchants. Mr. Coarsey is intro-
ducing several new brands of tobacco
which he says are proving very pop-
ularwith the buying public, and a
glance at his notebook will verify that
statenment and prove that he has no
trouble in "talking" the merchants.
I ion, 0. 'M.'' Tillman, candidate for
the Legislature,'was in the city yes.
terday,- Mr. Tlhnan has. boen on .an
eleopioneering expedition through the
west end of: the county, and has .is-
ited Hines, elWtleford, Bell, Tireriton
Jenmnlgs Lake and :he, ry Sink, 'To a
lUa' reporter Mr.", Tlitan.r said:
"Everythihg. is comlng'miny way. I te-
teve h lill without in the first fraoe;"
Sambo Brooks passed through the
olty yesterday' oin hie way to High
Springs, wher he went In the interest
of theUtineda Biscuit Company, which
'company he recently became connect-
ed with in the capacity of traveling
salesman. Mr 'Brooks is ahotherr of
the m any (Oainesville boys whlo hal&e
found that: ine of business profitable,
and although new in the business, is
makingea .iattering success as a be-
gilnlor.'.''. .- '. ... -
'Among the recent arrivals in 'this
city is 'Albert Oobb, a prominent
youngI man of Orlando, where for
many years hlie has been a valued em-
ploys of the Guerniley Aard ware Oonm-
pany.. Mri OCobb recently severed his
connection witl ithatir lir to represent
a large wholesale establishmient on
thl,le romid1. l is thoroughly qouver-
tiant wiloh every phase of the hard.
ware business, and is making a ituccess
as a salesimian. He expects to be in
Uainesville for several days.
A. H. Soruggs and T. H, Milton, two
protiiinent citizens of Archer, were in
the city yesterday. Mr. Scruggs has
recently bought out the interests of
the defmict. Lord mill, situated about
two mills east of this city, and which
lhamndoned operations several months
ago.. He intends to again resume op-
oratioii at the mill and will overhaul
it throughout, buying new machinery.
Mr. Milton will be connected with Mr.
Seiuggs iin this inow.- venture, and o-
gether they propose to make the biWi.
hess pIyy.
WI (. (l1reene, representing the'
CGeneral Elleot rio Light Company, and
who hil s beel in. this city for sone tamei
OxpeCts to make his departure in a few
days; Mr. GOreene was one of the pro.-
nmoters ot the new eleatrie light plant
in th is city, aidit was largely through
this efforts that the installation of this
tmagiticlent plant was carried to. a su-
ceessfl terminatlon. "Your oity has
one of the t.iest electric light plant in
the. State," said Mr. Greene. "The
machinery y' ith blest for the puirplo.
thllat ould be procured,, and the equip-
ment throughout is perfect."
Herbert Pinkoaon, who"l recently
opened up a iah market on the corner
opposite the firestation, has"soi4 his
business. to E, ,..Tkpaves,, well'known
tiu' at the satime "tnd. .Mr. Pinko
son gaves his reasom forsellhing out
\that to 'wai' .(ao't &blte tO earry onithe
Sto himuseif out on the ~.rairi,'i, where
he ti egaged e xtetly in the.ea
h an4 trapping.t S, l ie has jus
tilaihud b.uildtn severBa large .oats
whli h t_ tetl4W sis*ei oii- th.aIke
Sisa^ therwise49(ppe4ftt restabit


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Open Early and Late.
Service the BEST.,

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and drip coffee. Western steaks.
Special attention, to suppers, fot
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regular" -meafif-`Try 'ea1tl
meal tickets.
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