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 29, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02196
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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t fliMiMl Iarbin yesterday, was' obliged to
*- UniO lil await the passage of the GranI
i)uch6ss Maria's trkln and that of two
LINES F ATT others baring t naes o the Grand

| Suspend Their Ad. st. Petersburlg March 20-1 f30
In Kora n-The Japanese govornumont has
n0 In- Korea. '- .reqUested Russia to permit the Japa-
FIRE UPON JAPANESE. 11os( consll1 and staff at Tiirlhiissl, Is,
'~ ~land of SliktIahllin, with 600 refugees,
S per iencing Great Difficul. to r t6uru to Japani. Maly of the
rien Gret lttr are presented to ho suffering
Ineporting Army Supplies, fl-oni lack of food. Russia has been
es Positions of Army- and i4ltked to notify the Japainese author.
r to Viceroy Aexeff. Ities tl4roulgh Richard T. Greenocli., tho
era to Vieroy Alexeff. nitee Sttees conummrcial agent t at
1Manchurii March 28.- Vladivostock, whei a. ship can ho
Ithtchenko has been in. sent to take the Japalneo off.
thec Japanese have sus-
advanice on the Ping
e. Three thousand Jap- BRIT WINS BIG FIGHT
111*a stattined at-Anju
a-e statllned at Anjup Young, "Corbett" Defeated by Call.
k Chieng, whUje 40 Jap- fornla Pugilist.
&andm tansports are,an- San Francisco, r4arch 2-l'The re-
i t o-$III tOf, suit lf iait night's fight, was a blttei
to R6glau advlcee, th0 disappoi. nitt tou Cor whett, who rl.
ie Jpane to turnthe garded the decisio as unjust. Whenl
flank 'fr:r which they are Coihett reached his di-esln rooni
the concentration of their matterr th tight eho ioir. t into tears
a;tCommenting :1on t lideclSiioni, o staid'
SPatrol encoulitered a 3ap- i. alim a straingr i this city, and I
'ner Pak Chieng March 24 have been badly treated. was warn,
"gd Bhtt. .Whill( .retlr- befr I .0 n ior11tthat, Ilid
racka met A Japanese 'pa- be stated as 1 iav heevt. Hiiiut 1 4id
opened fire, with the result Aot. ll itove it until tonight. I was
sJapane~ officer, oe man deprlvud or 1h1 declsibiOi tiuSiJy. 1
e were kill ed-, w i 16II f it in g .
Was tstopplld frN)n fighting according
to Marquis dof. Quieensborry ruhls. At
arch 28.-A dispatch from the end of the ulntePnth round they.
tis Russians are eitabilsh- had to carry lirilt to his corinr., yet.
ig 'poa.ltin in tite Ivlhinlty he' was given t.lh do.lsitonl
b, "Thy aro said to have Harry Tuthill ,.Corxhtt's traiintr, all-
0see4 completed and to bo e lOun'1ced that h li would hiiatcl C(or-
a,4 erectlng alx additional *bett algaiinHt 'lriltt the fight to conlio
i ., .. M v .. :. .. '1 i. ^.o,2^.I. 1 tlrirf^L I.,'Vks,... Winhir *toW h t,
'Fe 0r 4T..hl fk!*vto, w, no t lak
ti~jsry have be en estabfishod Jli-Itt said it was a 'cloan-cut. vie-
lg Siong. The Russians are tory." BILtt \Nas badly Inarl'ed up,
to be experiencIng great dlfll- whilo ('orellt was uinItarted with thlo
transllpprtl.ig army. eilpplies, exceptIon of a ctt over hlis ye. C'or.
Mly from LIao Yang The ,btit 0lalliM lo have Inired .il right
6' in bad condition, aqiIld it has hand ant flioretrnii "irlding tl(lI contest
es&sary to repair t1olmHi alld 1ill hIe dls notl klow ini whit rolind.
. a ntiumiber of now hrdges. It is thlionit that a 1nitall iono wa -
---- Injlured. 'l'i illr 4 ivd lliim iof t
tersAbul-. Muirch 28.--TIh. C(i- 4use of hlls 1'tll
icro Alexeff Tntlnfy lg lim INSANE MAN STABS WOMAN
pon01! mont of ( Genpl huiro-
th, cl I Ian I tt Just From the Asylum Man Use$ a
pJa lthe'irff .to 11mm1nd .f.Knife With Serious Results .
ari MaNkhrofftow York, Mar-i 2,.--in aII 111.in<,
at,,Port Arthur, not only har- reNwYork, !atrt h 28 Ig-Aaon o tian
St latte's poton, but frenzy, Rudolfph F. Si gea son of the
* the latte x pos tln,. bihtf.-nI s We t la ( illralFra.n.
ly atnt ed Rusia's ams g its trd to il ir.r 1rian
iage follows: * h
Bra e of the ipen tlhe elderly wife of a neighbor, at Egg
IarorraiCO of the pJe,"ding H ahr '3.
hlch Islatlended 'to finally SIgk Who 1,ad ibn diAchirgeod
' ipredomlnant posithlo1 .ofi froml an asyli n, whheor he Iad been
t -tSe hore, of tho lPalflp fnder trt>tn.int, .til(d nar 'g
1 4 r isrndhlba, It will be Hanr .o trlht y tle nay In
x ftr youi, its my lieutenant to t.,h 'nen ij e *,,ioniy waltil.d ipto
yopr riditnc t, iamor- cen- ria' hII d altand tho ,
"'o '0lie tat f .rh l o rnian.wIlh ai knIe. Shie-reeivedse'y..
SPtia it ,e' r chohe (t eral .stahs ini tihee had and tloek but
of it. "cexe nt. l ,d to t esetd frn the i ose streaming =for
rlniMce generall Kuro4patkin .help;"
)Jr n .of h(te laud forces, After. a Violent sttrfggl,, ..igl' was
ithts d alrny r lnna lli tured, stld lhurrtiod to a-n taylulh.
Alril6 Maiaitff. tl, with the 4."ter It w.as. d sverl tii, oi ot
t the sea foe1 with right the Sgel children was islIng It t I
itii er, Ini a crlt .Ctd" ow :feared tha iIt was kllieti. and. the



Swhi"ch acli t fallentt to your '2.500 Reldents Surrounded by Water ,
.' River is fl Rsingl ..
..";, ,-.. .. Grand .ilapidai, 7idh., Mtarchi. 14-On
rbtarp, Maroh. 28--enerial he s st shb.le of the GUranud apil< I
tthe n Sw mititer of war, 2,41i restiertlar sareo'in biotd, Id w -
.'ai I'urop:tkiau l dotai tir ila.yj andt oc'i4upipi i arI. ,4 tI.
oteita* ie madea socIai 1b7041t. i botsetl, Ift t all,
bee ket isi. seldom s The Grand rIver. eontltllned l r, we-
4tai~te. $ .-the m'** thwttghoiit the Tlihtt. and is- the high-
Wthb i 'tooats he rone 4th Iare sll.bor of tbwi i
. ~ a'e d s tre it, .'rllile bow veritable 1w.4trasti'
a pN bot 5e fo *iUI the wa*L#'lt*SiotIag 5ttt1tfty bro

th rit taet s.l M wee.aie resiskelutsr wte t it dait.
a o o ,. Utor'ng and UlfIJ' 'IM4tr(pait :lers
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lldultrial hi-lal of l eforlnm was blown r PRIMARY IN ARKANSAS,
coli ll l'1,Wly .off. falling t-ar' of th --.. .
)bilihi.r.lg. i I te lKroilu I n 11 11d it palllil DemocrMts of I4at BStlte Are BallOting
MllSllf l i141l i1,1 ( I i'1 I' 1 l hl iingK For Officer s.
In that 41 t l 1o11 o l o fr i wh141 ol T L'itti4 .oItct. Ark M ilIh .H 2 T1it'
hoy.'; wh- in t4II l ir I, tour of tl-. ,)ilniolir lt In ('r1 ,iofllheti-v Ini Aili1i'i
l11.1i lii t i1 ci al ti i fI t ii t llll I oof It1'4 -l iddlll a triiitly ltl tlli t I1
1111 ll to rln li h fo lrt1 ,l,- il iin ul .ll -.1 j d ll o h (l11 t ll f0 i ft.(till il I4 l. a.i_
Tl>i frvt WtlI' cl i 1,v ';Illtoip l .w l l jlii > li"l nuftl itl 'ti ,.lrl tNl .
aiti ( n 1 b oit t. in siu l 'T h b tif i ll t ( d ht ,o o t a s (o llyv rlt r if t'J ffi4
"Was .Moodtul *l w l ykHT hi, t':. i.'.mni. ltif ibn~ lil,
I Tw.o uI ir l n.i' d anti f l 1l0* u1 1 0irnates whoI t414 4'ikilin a t41r.d ltr1 mi ltid >11 li
,of tllt Ml i oitir WIHp ows' atii OIrp l ini' C r(r'oll I), Wo\V (of th1,o Arl ht 4ino W 'e'i' nar h,' dl4' d Ito .t11 I c ht r p. pl4'Ol' i iii'. 'I'll ei tiiA4lO giti bl01111'1i
of lie bIill(< itile ftt'r tllh i t "im n lil 5 It l it n anti.g il. i' 1 ilv< 1i4tl .lii 4t h-
totai -Way a pfrt of Oh, .rtOW it itns1tl ii(h llhu ff w i, r 4i4r,,t 4 io
was f.tn, ld4 .th. i l .ing 0 6id Thl.t r10 tar*id at 1 ii t; i0k-

in n area or A ii t'e i,1ptisroln, of tOr-til l!-? -1.h three miOntt1.1t .l111.t tiiiy4
whi: lt Prstoti Sftreh it o tl r i i l. lllAt-I of the .:fr-tuiinds of .l.l.l ai ti t lrnwa ltm h
villeO aul tiahm 1 1i,~l's ttlJf; ir'i ith4 md !. d iloo libes hi ti 11.1ettoleo of ti ir
e ric I n if)tlt,, teI ii, lo t, wI~ -titr i 11111itt. (.0h 'nr R t1iv 1 I t1 ii, uati l -
rwifd And u wn ittit'li',p'rKoill, a 'r' hirt.t i .hlit'45 for ; 1 t, n t atl e lt iti*i441.F.r 10(
- T'Il I'4i'lrf lt' d t ('4. ( it ] ,-n'. It'.,ih~ ira. 1441 4'4:u~i~t k4fato-ilthr' ry. : '. 7 '" ..
th, ElgiiutltO.:h, *street. a., mile t' i y" !,1hh poltitiM plae. ar b
from tli 4(0 lthy ltriit;.'4, 'asb titw away :..lote seitlot'h, i.1141 rItilrn. Wi.il'i-er,
und it his flsO..'..f o'i y o. kfihtld N ar Ib b* D qI nl i ,.ug ii
Wniarl ,F.t lae( e - ,!h,' i)ubilerg" omi Ail' xa4-i. I Wi i biln ; w leet r tt1 offiflailty d,-ittlart4 thiiw
wai fin iu'lit t |i ihd.r f t I ,> '":M of his 0511Atd4i'tet 'who :1re ebR ast, today. ,..
t'rtedt '.hl i fis-rne arid .sev,;1'>i, ttj4tresil. ''---- --
ft'iwt frtin 'atwarjom t it I te t I AL.ABAMA E DOUOATOR *TO M teT.
iliy l hlt S.aIC thtl lt -K lil. i',l ttl HH; l1,4 : i :.-
T' 04.>1)!.-.1r* l*(is i nltail'i AbouIt hl .Hundredt Tisa h r Will'
pA1. ofi ft h' i.!).( r 1 'ri -- -ti ui s 7; Atl. A and rfte t'.;.* .. .. 4
llr, .i^ sls ir ntoTr~ii id.~ i t,, .:,;^^ -.T t; Al i..:M.M li M-.;, .w ^

v1 to to hel miiil were, I -! 4 ,^,.-tit, ;:. iw rllty o. Alabama. a S 1t 4 tun

rt-p rw i nl tt It stal1 t # j4 l4 l t1iiti i on *1 4
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ti i tf14 u. t4i.4 i (-'ri# W # i 7*IIa t he. l u l' I .jt q i ll-tv'
Catlls'r. iw(it,0b 1 1sht t.SIai l( 4 ull itti h 0, ,1m
lo ftw. waiit.w i ,s .bt ,*w i ,n 4 t ,'a. vaa a at, tte ,ft*41. *.... .r "u ,
l H't^h e 1r 4 o41 le i 'V b oat w 1ci di i l ev s a r e tith .'leu ltt 1 / A h
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MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Leuisvillo Suffers Much Des.
itrotion Of Property..
EIQHT JERSONS BADLY INJURED.
Many Narrow Escapest from DOeavi.
Wind Biowed at a Velocity of 60
Miles an Hour-Cild WaV.e Follows
Storm-Telegraph Wires0 Down.
Loulisvill, Ky, March 28 .- ight
pnrtoiis \vlni' hIi'roild anti elxtelilivC
datinago wits oitn- 1to city and sllnbilr
ball plopor'ty _by a sti'A ,lilwhich sWPti
over iLolllStV ille
rTho Injuitltd l r.r ,
tieorge H1Cils, plicentan, 1tk 11 l flrao-

Frodoitck ii11l'r, leg iroli,;. '
(Charia liil'br lind, badly b.roised.
H ..onry litHls!n, Jrr lt Ily lyingg
il. W lhi'i,.rdli Ig, li.rnusedl, .
fto1111tu tl m1, ttillnl, patrolmian., aw

Alexandti ,i' i lwsotn, .brsniae't. '
-The( W1oi ei N 'tltrai -'l.over the
central Mitssahlpis a.nl 6htiO valleys.,
a.1nd, according tt (hei wevather burton,
hiais moved iittl'l'istwardi to ths At-
Sl.'iil jt i'41 a cCfld tvilvi) 6lo 01 0 its.
hltt's.'
In ll.ouiti'lmvioe tolie wind. attaimnd. a
y0loct'IN of tlkl i till an ho and 111 thn
rinI fell in ti tie.lI si a(l'cti inilsned by'
hlii\tliily pyroLtec ulii tCt .erltfthng to

T 11141 tlr oillvy wafo for a thtIefliodmP
*d, Th'ld avnltl, t ltinr thu -1'Oafedttoi-
4 riloniiinIn|, bteling Welt. d p 1(1 1i lit
wi-itter .Sttt car orvctie wasn 5t1t
pol (itil fir -so 1 :rail hollur, ,111d o lle f r
two .111h0s r nitlMil tii. a 1tn41 d1till,.


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81GOrFIRE RAGED
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, VmticnnoSt1i,.. hireh S,'.-Thw We-
bash) rlvri'',lIs 19 lrl i and.risling rlDhl-
ly. Owver UO0 hIouses aM, sailrrounidthd
lhitdri rda of i1ipilro ii coimnig In
froi, iho lhowlnmis, l \L'v h0ve vi k)
on amil factories hivo cl0stst down
The lh vasitvll:e and T'err iutse raItl
roiad his antilledt all trains. Th
li Itnimore d Ohio aoithwbatern inhas
riln l ino Irails for 20 11o111i .
Thu rainfall loti 2 e0b en over aIx
inches in two thonr'1s,.

COTTON IS RAPIDLY RISING,

Report of Now York and New Orw
leans Markets.
New Yoritt March o6, The aetlvi-
ty and' txclit luiit rl slit i frton)l h le i're
port or. t nii c tlns'i l.) nm ,vtl .>irltld y
W r1'O again IlI evid odii't'ti i todalt iol
oll imlarkl l,
At .Iti lt heavy riall'titig, alttri ltod
by. catles Ii shiiilo i lotlr. itlit.n ,x( t lt l-
ed, eiasid i1lhicrt off a ltOw plni|tB hll.
attliost Ilunmiitlltiy ft floodl of bryli
ordetr hItliii N.v Ctrl. e.n'lo .i 4 t;(i'f
lc.0 s 1 iupwaril. Thiter Wv iii tO g4(o..
buying of it ga raiiiil llhirtcter aid tUe
lnirktit rulil Vvery tnotii' May olthl
up to l.1t) anid Jli'ly Ito 10b7 hbfuor
the ionI of thi hIat half hour, ihoi nlt
tdlVali~of o'f 30 0to i40 loll) i
New (rliii.s. M\t1eh i. -.dtr a tt i
u triny ltlt. motion utam liit'lt W s 'a ive. ,
Tlulo'ilt thrtignit nit ,tl1 IM-hAl41.n Witsw
4t y (i 1g I0t0i iti I in 1 | i N t itaO l' n
hid Itip"otl 1 11 n13 gia' ijo lisphiokal.it 4 )
by 1>(14ltll l Ii4n1 g Wis. t oi nI' d tihe
boaltit l h itt el -irl.O it4., bunti Ill.so oti
atet a t)ly ! May was 440 iip:liot litglnr i thani thii
cs.llp 1-o' t :tt l3 ii 'l l 37 ; : illy w it
41, polmlt i .: lgliir iat t 11i,178 t Octo etr
WVls ai4, 0 0 ltl' IHntli. at 1.. ''The
olole w14 within i i5 plnsit of the higl-
tli levels of lh. inor1iltlll. Thto 1 t$o1
n111lr-kIi i4 1 1tlill W .1 ()f4 '1 I'ti ( % I e I
on tilia i 44 1 h iths l 1 .;


roator, New Y'/or.~~Trteaited
With Large ConffaJi t*u.
NARROW ESCAPE Ol PIREMENK ..

Street Wereq. Crowded with P0001it0l .!!. ''
and Pirmen Worked Amld Gr.at f't ,. .'
fibulty'-Double Nine Alarm .-.Wi .' i
Turned In-Losaes Not Yet KnoiWi ,'
Now York, Marlh al .-Tblit Ildtf i
at No. 1 rltodwayt, coupled 'by the
MorrIs KSl'oi (.lpt'l T'le Ilinki s ptail( d ritpldly, .
1Ont oiut sileI l i14 tho Alui icranl t spr esieotiitpnhl t oi ,

up i y,' e0ul itt, of (1* i to (t1uri1tit J Of. l -i!
*1 * 1 h1 i ti1a, r6(llwri4 bLy 1 of ats at
vli 'tern - it 1%
t he thI e onaltodl' a sdtilo Itftil*B W hts: ic
t i a1st~4 i y ~of the big buildings
Ii tno liltfhbuh tih,. compelling a iOt1*
ation 1 O4 f allI o wor 'lt t( At; ....
n'ilma g eatlldw o Ay, h'ut It li d all tho
o'lilatttWs of the- u ipp'ir f itO h ys1
,tleo ri o rh ...ato ji jvl j th iit( )ih '! 00R.
ed oar o! il -Nt Ulin m tstorth. M va
1'(i,.(10 i4' 0ll.ilort 4,u t li,' W tr', -thieft -
.0et 1u l14l ) l t('i tOwytl an.t hri. m P ito.i l -is -
s.Ifeiit r14 i l P i.t tl i'y [l-'w i i00 t o r ls :;l 6

tll lit ad wty lrntr f B lioi o Ill0-t
(4t llrd d t y. N .it-niii T fie( ul1itpll( 1 O 1N
n ( rIt ni al"t Niwty l l ti ti o 4 Hofii..at ' 1 to ll ,
O7i 'hr tilt ftit l 'v i i (si l -Ittfl hN't ;t.


lI g*nu tly -C nri g inti tne Ad.lipf15 4g. *
prcomi 0i*s>t4ps \i. bill il )isl, tiritt |y -
'Inoo llit . ', ; ..i "I" of v: "lt vti IN,
1 tlil a t y, p ,i( l .r .1.4:' :f-o . ..10
iitriol -ht taIM>. 'r i l. tlitO .0l1t), h itiave b n i' .:

-the thi In chf tih on the uiptown 4't. - -
of :the l>lilit NI t i tA :1". 14 ) W hir.
go itod Ami11114i n N,%ti i ng f ticompai l ist
p ri' A I (( 4 o vit i t i rt "A' :lt"'ha r
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hane 'lot State, t the vior t thi

will o the pubi," city y terdiay, having be.h sum.
b u ng right, noieid on professional business.
ir desirous of Making Sauel Holmes & Co. broker in
eeate he idea of stock, gra d otton, Balwin
t*nesvifile froin two blo~, Jaenv.le, F Seial at-
l burs waiting nt tllot to e securities Reft to
^eteutiou ,te iti, 'Ref.
S A the any bauk in aksoniile. Orders
eds Gainesville en- acted diretly oil floor ot New York
er aincomodations Srt'ek han. s.tt
Q Coast: Line and the ,,,, .. .
evoast Line and th E i, iss of Jive ak, traveling
ieot salesman for Pope & MAeLLturin, wole'
4, originally left High sale fruits and produce, Jacksonvillo,
A o'elok' and arrived spent yi erday.. i the ity he
1145 leaig at 55, rien ofr. will e graity.ed the
S oer plaeo at 9 Nr mit w9l o)te grified A
a4 forMer plae at 9 th. e information thiate tehas recovered
a eil fronl his recent indisposition of (vor.
w and then picks the .thie ienlion of the i ltning or
l rd ther:tan port. the Citizen's Club' and lalanee of
"a Pfther Tasp a Power,.Whlich appeared in The Sun of
fp n tohe TiSunday, th~e nanes of'T. 14. Ellis for
V OTnot allow passengers an o .. Ellis for
idPoits a north to. tx collector and P. A, Ruhl for tax
o airnesvil le, but tcom. assessor, who were nominated *wih
o rine. High buSprings the regular municipal ticket, were umn-
r inteadoghf aSprings intentioniallyomitted. These candi-
, ,anid instead of arriving dates were unanimously re-nomiiInated
iee ty get here for these positions, which they have'
on PaSSengers held faithfully and efficiently for the
.1roo, aseges.o past few years, and,'if re-eluected will
r n the Atlantic Coast Lille
r thela ti Co. a st .no doubt make a lhii record for the
d to layoverin Gainesville coring year.
/ti"l.7 o'oek.p.m ., as the ingyear.
tr o.u i, detained here in Professor Tomn MeBleth of the East
Shifting during- that Florida 8nniiary, Gainesville, and the
S able editor of The Florida School Ei-
oatsidered very unfair to. potent, has been offered a higly lucra-
Iublie, and many "kicks" tive and honiortable position in Ohi
tled aMonday. It is to be schools of Bowling Green, Kentucky.
i l'ed Mothedr arrangemeyAt e r, lMeBoath stands in the very fore.
t uo other a. i front of our State educators, besides
S__being a firstclasi newspaper tan, and
. LMRS. 8TEsNBURG. should hedecide to acept the, flatter
.^ *. -* ing offer in.Kentucky his lose would be'
day Afteirn0, and Attended keenly felt in Florida, not only in, th
Iony Srowirg Friends, educational world, but ini the journial-
Sirvcesiof Mrso A. ii eld 's well,--Palatka Timoe
,the sad nd sudden., death .. :
i lWfioill Thursday night- .. ..
at the First Presbyterian Arkansai. Officers Are Compelled to
ihiehdeceased has been for Kill Blacks.
rsa faltlhfulimember, Sunday l D itt, Ai'2l8. ,l'iir 28.--l'ivte no-
ali, o'lock, and it .nay be g's'1 'Wihi lhade bVen t.urrt"el'er nS ire-
imnpnity Yiat it was one of stinlt of r'ae' tioiilihls at s t. Chailes.
It ly' attended of any like this (l'n1n1 y.l', Wrl'O l!k n i fr (riln te


etnony in tl4 t ory of Gainesville.
It only thbple of this city
embled to"'pay the last mark of
O 'ft and rtsppeotto the dead, but
kd I came from various sections of
o iitymI:, wlhtiWh as the i best
Si | l te1Wftem Ini
thi$s belved )ady was held.
i. Tihob,. P, Hay conducted the
ei0, whielh were beautifuland im-
i",. made air eloquent and
I,$ vi u 'logy upon the life and
piii: of the deceased, aind there
tifew dry eyes in the congregation
l h"ite onaluded. t was a conee of
,timipreatBve grief and madness.
e intermtenit was held at Evergreen
Otery,.aitd a large cortige followed
rilnals tothelielast resting place,
t thi'ceremonies were concluded.
iflo' decorations were as profutse
bebtiftul as they were fragrant..
I the beretved husband daughter
14tlves the sympathy of the com-
iy is extended,
ATOR T DICKINSON BUSY.
m; -All. Sectionsi on County
nto Pay ThTelr!Taxes, .
e,e of Ofauy Tax oil otor
o ii ` tiyltJ
a a ha bedir a scene ofn a i
the pst two or thepgdnsays. The.
Ile of the county, reallsig that
Sime was left to pay their taxes,
1 ben tos onita atP set:a iri the
so t0 iioO, antxious, to get square
| tlsatit, on the tax proposition.
af'tb^baek will elos:eAprh.I 1.' He
A 0,ii#1416log, eVnd when thti
4'*W thati he meant buline0s they
4 "rts on the gensli pfltie,
,li ihBespWi lie amd hi **s *
been ept busy fo1r the pasi .few

L AO~A1j14lG AVITIgB.
"atiutt41 that m tne foods Iao
have cius.td a loss of $1,004-

.4A t *a a I uan d tsi o r
.losnltett hlfl .. all 4ti


guar'is tiy i 'crowd of ni('i anlld shot
T r vicin we.re;
.iiflm Hrl.i'il.rh, r'ei'tr
CJinti Smi I.
eMack lith lwi.
(a trro'rt I lioeld. ,
Ti lnnmakel bert. 0iilk11d \ witilln ih6 impst weok lin
the vici' initm Sit t ,Chai'rles ion al eotnt
of tim' ra(cia I l A f',w lysa ign (i id11lli ( illty occurred
ovI' a -trivI:t ninattli nlt. St. tltiarlets
irni' ina w0in' (tantn nrahntnd arc.v
annd tw in i< r an 'ir lineI i imneny nduml
Val ,rei' l i -i h .
On I ltiMn:ti l t lillt,' I th wo iwneg ' s nirnt
S'a'r'y n ii.1 .s lro'trllr hi A Hs'tror in
St." ('lhur''s r lr lhi1e I tllfll'nity wNa r'e
newOwtl, O )1( oif thl' ltr.g'O's, .1. witl it
warning. itrinsit both of tLh Searrcy
tiws ov ot' thi ln ul idl with a tale leg.
reonni ri d tininii tlI ftel 'l''clousi tad ( ilrac-
tinring, tlriir' k- rllsr, one oof thmrn to
n:iicli an ext6lit that h.. m ay die
'iDepiiutiy Sheriftt lrain' Kilpatrick at
Watmlrped to, arreatM lim aitl hb too,
was' ktnicft 'lt<,wn .
Th lroes thea atied '. ad do-.
fled tho. officers. declaring that "no
white Mano cold arrest th i' ." \
' It il' rported'lite this.oli! ftI4t
tb (rtifn" 'bioya ihve". l)(l .oi ptfur.
f o, It probably means that two more
wl -bekiled. < -
Tragedy Averted ,
"Just hn the ntilk of time our Ittle
boy was savEd," writel'Mrs. W. Wit-
klars ,rf Pleastan C ity, Oio,- "Ptnetu
sOila had plsy-id sad havoc with ijim
and,' a terrible. eouh et i'1in bellde
Dootoni ti'ated him,",,betlo.-lgrew'
worse every di. At length, We triedA
.,,,Kin's, sN 1 D0a4overy fort' e.sM.,
sumrptlon, and ou r edrtg was save.d.-
HRe's row moinld alnd wil.l": Every.
body oUghl to kni it l thie oIr iSrte'
diseases. ubrsaat Itdld woAll dr0gits,
P4ie .eci tad 1. ; Tril bottles, re %.1
Shaft .for Carroll'i d4id.
Carolite (,: a 'uircir 125. Tl
si,lmtif cl. aasltw :t tie C' Ctittersey.
of thin lixty iav .p toot, ',:venmesint
tit0 foltl the e lrepies of mutey ot.*r
tiuea a0 1toeta's sttel et to iter

Akr, Dotdt, mt, a M fAidi
wl '2 p A*wo M hIk 'r tan b# p
10411i ;i <-wi


othe Warge ;f ;'rdst, A rft h 1v
nig eo.en sworn out agstloot him.
t tar:aont was h9.4a by J11ttea
J'i'oanat, itt rlr'quest qf a brother
A The 'i liry trlttI.tak pac
ri T 'stTuV..day rmutolru ((' 11 ^le t
The nae'ls not- btllable thithe isrel
'ofpt, anid Masm~rr Capltbll ws ar
rled to the Ier toltiity rjail at Opolli)n
y Jtitte lBoont tili aftnr oon,
,'The famnlb of the .d4 miiitar will
:prosemtt: th e. case viprou'luiy. ThIe
' frleCads of, Pe, mnaalral ay that he wa*'
Juitatlhts t in hr,tt he did, altd tiay+ 'he
: Tlietftoi 's 4 ipthrer irn pirostratedby

this nuorriig was thoqgbttto o I' In ai
dy Ig s coinditi n, hilt raiijlj dilrinttg Hie
da0y, antI it ia now thought slio 'will
recover- from th, shock.) '

'A" Phyasician. Write
"I am desiroU of knowing if the pro.
'featior elan obtain ,ferbltu hin bulk for
presoribnlg purposes? It has been of
great use to rie in treating ctso of
dyspepsia brotnghlt on by excesses or
overwork. I have never known it to
fail in resltoring tre organs affected to
their healthful activity." .0c a bottle
at Johlson Bros'. D
Ieur I)liinilt. T'uru u .
"Isl there rrnv founildhtiitn for the poppy
ular belil tlht the *onstitltrti tai t f "
'ulior'bs body tWi'e t.nr'wedi onec every
'seAen(l yeir'S?" li milr'l td e foliiude iHed,
(ill stnrdenrt.
"I do wtiot k twhow It-,I it il ith itnirl,"
replied tthe gn'rinity oldM iirofesor, who
does not tiprl'ove of liiWVgU womieti ,ti
tend ills ilecturesi, "bit I hiav rad ioft i
tie'tian. femiah'e wh ose body untlwentit
two enoipiell pirylihanl 'idbages in tine
eoatrv 01o. t.i very 04w e r. t|ts A't,
"How ind wln did iivli a1 wonder'
ftil "It wn. Ltt's w.i 'iYot rertrtrber, *
hine tui ncl to.r' l, I i.r arind tlinr i aliirirs
a t oniH 0 l rri tti I tI .


Women as Well as Moio
AWe Made Mlisrable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys' upon the mind, dil,
courage and lemaensanbitlotri;beauty, vigor
,* ; iand cheerfulness aoon
disappear whin the ktdW
neys are out of order
'ley. f-MIUJcw
beme orev%
that it? is 1) knoenomotn
ftor chil0 to t boro
a tlicted with wok kid.
v_"lqeya t iff tlIr chlM 'rl'a.
SaIA O to. oth to, i thld
mrek4~e < i. 4 'w1.s t. s ii(ho(iild be ablJ to
control the pAUsie It t\ y ft ffleiaJ fw'(i
be.wettlt, ls.no d 4IU ori it, Mte C40 0
t4.; .d as~p Sbould be towards th treltmenat. of
Wsho.e irportarht ortgan Tthis unpieslmt
trouble ti dua to 'dltseaed 4 tjn of tuftoe
kidney nad bladder and not to a habit la
most people supposed
Woiff, l.as will asmen areo made ro
rlbie with kidney and bUtdder roublee,
iaO both neid 4the iameriei reiMedy.
T Ii M114 And i mme 'hmmeOia l e(c o0
Sw*adp'4Root i so on rfealid. t ts mold
by drug 1ts, in ffty-
tma. t ,and n04 dollar
eizs. You tmy have
.smple bottle by mall
freel, lSo pamphlet tell.- a 4'r spae
legi lLbOao tia includin mn af t
thoualld of tstilmotla.l Iters reetvd
Irto 40ifstIeurei d. l't k io wrii u,' bs Kimw
& 0.,1 i0tghameon N. N Y i 1 ur andO
Dn't make ansy ittiiLak" but'Nm9
lber the ime, w.iampaLoot, D)r. KII
m Wer's 8w t-Root, and the addre,
Bhnghatmson N O.. o evrry bi*ti,



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OMN8Et. LAUNDRY.,

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1 Surplus and n Undtividted Profit,., 2,600 0.. 0
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the ,lt or, themiolv";l
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gn ras rstttoa.peion t oes #atie1d (l a aea I d Pue a t ot 4 V*IdioFk 4o o whihf L C teads fa I

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val nd will be eatd. pogtagetiee.0~ vany 4d0u We kwown ;b terry and j irotealonal theori s to wor4 beng l UNI WAPEi, hi g q chia
ywrt h the etUooed ... orne W t ooW o tLheta r r; t
a ipr o on -1an d e p 0 A0
Reats Colsie g W beOlieer the feason, which have been proniounv A. 4nty little water, always the nor, without the slightest pant 0grtpy_ 0

All adveti b lls mec aedue a pr odwe h p olr to d 601 t50a...o fam
*ppearwnea of seveegne atte1r htoo ere u tlitte eseo by sohne kof s.a com pon eded in a highly non- or nausen. 100 Wafers for 2n, .


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a"ur o :, shorely be, Whou+a ii oa 111AMo or er



strian law pemit boys and girls easy reduce theaary to the peet thing e Ati it"
omrre o thatalthis nothing Ist' nncn pon plus I n case I need ILt."-RCleveland td L'L
There is no pleasure inn idlenessA it jotloe. Republits otst zot be un- Paln Dealer.
leads to alure an misy. gref Wen they have a good ,

S Iattd la-Rustip Is $14 per agre. l,? S op on tb# t horiporn thore (Inshes at college 00
0*i shoqi 1e no attngllag'itt the my attet W# w e 6 he l teet ake i Th'eAIbth6t C t
otfhere is iore heh:h i happiness t ot eo iat? ,iei. a *' .li'nr P .o n.l.: 0 thinks se.e'd like the y- aC *t, 2 o.f e

bl n00-ptio Aultrlia, ptaud for the oAnd o itropii t4 itb creases, know thing about," he suggested. auponS s uponst

tNot fourth of e:Ia n' '0 olom,, rmal of esktraavafteios i".e, pure .. and li . W b 'hc
Sis ettd or dually owned. p '~ tly went i"nto ecutve sesaon- Rapid Transit 1and Unsurpassed Service
..._. _.. _...cageo Post. _n t Time Table ile effect February 7, 904.
In ala people st mary be e ontet Is the wa st of self ll. D a r GAINESVILLE Fro
04e not stall, "ad -nay m iaty :.luy there is .-tron in rg i*i tt tB favor of ac it Is lnftie .fl'i. of wlil.- merw 4 p.. .lp High 8pr gs and Inter- 6+t p ,a
rtees'._ having young m e at the helm in 0l. ,n Ln Daily "p mediate Pointer 8 aly I
logn the chip of State. pally a, Lesburg ad Tama, and 8:P o t
;;he ro:k*~ -- yon ap+lticin are -requngired ire tol a ltr' Intermediate Points Daity
U tertavd whisli .the de of e work, and ihe'e Toa Isse a 2:25p in Pala ka, Daytona, Jacksonville, 2 t o 0p
;i r rhM it sis smp andinterese are teceagary ater oent ar.n.itn, tae" het Dai, I North, East eand West
ta- :. getes to inspre *Otnd':O:prIn':po: 12:15 a in Hogh rjg. Et Waycross, a h ::: "nek* "* r
l yeopl. will top to admire It. Th pt.y Illustrated te mIlitary sd S erywh.. :ere cet. ... ....
-'-'^ +^ B. t doo -department of our State government, . : m ohle, .a . .1 p id9 i55 tr
onw..to,,.A'" A 1l" i 014














o Grat progress taa been t "ade by the Ro-d6
e of n argument. he dives i0 organized militia within the past feFU 1 U
r' W1m ..: e :':w,. iitia of th. w outhet. States where aily h pring 7 Da ,
"Mlatches are iIade oneartl," 'ays the advancmestm has been most ex Monday F .. ex SUa
the proverb, bt. the eratching orf iiarked, dute lar~gelyto theaftilon, of Pneumonti eo1i L itrp '
them-is done in the. divorOe court' young blood into the management of but never folIows the use of (.omig \\LoL ur Nurthweit Travel va Chicago and Florida Lhnited, s-:'J
its -afai rs. The adJutant-general isM'U L let'" un l ve t ht r .ulhna t and (berai,, L(iJrl y ; Dzi'n"i car out.
The average woman pts l men; th head and dreting mind of the Leave t ugu I R . 7: a
the ba lors because they aren't military fore of ech-te and utl Ar e Jacksonie .
married and the mr arried e beess of recent years this position has been 'Yo "ruev ..n. .il C ,L ... 9: m

theyn have the kind of wives they have, regtded nh.some tatesas a soft berti Itlatopeh* ~oagh adn hels the leugr Loave Tifton (o &( F. IRy .......:+ I:9 pm -
'"' .for lepers .'. whose services i the Pteiew a Pnumaoni and uo uiumpt oo. Ar arive ..... . '. 4 ,
A d 1al haP brP closed at Kansas pass, elttior polltleal,'e vil or: military, 1eat .. ...Macon. Cent of na Ry .4 ..
I tty for the- purchase .of "3,t0itiXx semed oetitle them to favor at the l. sitt eArrie A n
", eggi at ts'( cent, a donon They wioi hati4e a'ht parte. baOely, however. w iyh bch cough ea her leas wha* Arrive Chattanooga the10'
n:p x n 'dera)t ion e lr.dablet a bo ti Ore -' Arr.e N.s..i. : ..e .7:3 l m
t Wor Fair show t fee g o o degree of as leave -
Oyster hells tn o h.as' ticresed man: A sad to. companr fever' U oe ... .. n il. R' ," v
inLnsstances the supply eggs thre t aly with their professional AAlthete I 1 i. A ri Arriv Term Hau' .. : .. :1


4 fthaut some effort a iyade a -bboia c, agine 5ody D A rr it h go, 4 10 pm
thing" fie, ti,++ +. ,. ..-.




in order to getd t the grain ratted In men for this impor Ct 1hositiaC who 1 R aft, -rose tru.i. ... the standard ol Perl o an ii ps emger ervy ...i.m.


h to, had ,ho have k pt s"reast of whatab 's eipal ra iways in the $out h rp States, are on l te puiela t agen ts
rirn build a good public turnpike oda3 heitg" done tn.the military l Tne h i'tilt .. ..e..r.Port Tampa to New York, via Atlanti .
Th-ia Al lantic -Coast bie and ehuthtrn Railway.
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ft Traf tigr. W C AI, *n. Pass.4eaI. grte .1
s s .ofi raere, l.,'Oen Ch0ur'Iymll-hi otr t_* _hi___________ iin i_____1_____ h__e,:,___ "____ __i _',* 1._' *' EO-
sh...oul.d be no stis.. n t 'r m t.te,. 1A I Mili nrton N C Wilmi ton, N. 0.o
688 of 00i'' T























A rove ent I. to' be i apmoraitnd n t a se t partner of th1 firm tof P. JI a.' I A i l e ,
Chican to buetow Ss inn h tart upon honey s 4 doing buaias -i theb
poor working gitis a. s upon iio. and "tit of' Tbeile do, hnty. and catie -IT-TOe a n''''.9~
Sears. A,. a 'bl.b meeting l L. 1aeretal'4ed that Mid flini will pay ,I.
~rwes thogilu declared that t 5n of iNg flures $)700 bL- -
11wealthy ne are more respoue thfr a-b nd "very ease I f 1 j





to the whin of a dog than to the ap, I'atarth ohat 80o he eore4 h the p a W d
ur. o o the lan d Is eac of 1151*-e. te


Sworn to bet o bsinosa. bwo san sell We se bSoo. t
. .. .- !* ei' !,+"+++-' .. ...
"016e volwneim so~rv00,W tho soh t4 f~tm rA N' 1400004'..
,.to. aot as nurses. Bo before s td ,
o J an -hae(Skt)tended thw hopltl nal, C.d li. d
g te, oe -]e waetr tetr n bo esus 40ur Oil syst ("oh 0
A moieanm 4 v .:: a 'o, 11 fAl V Xurti AFh iftd
N46 0







TO BE INSPECT T

WINS"'..' t'l!l, l S U I '1 antolonetNO;velI Her' To i t,

*(* ..a ;rereiw ll br .a st i uirte t of th.
vOr ilportailt Case. Fl rja StAtiTlrooip and Linuteai
,Colonel Norv i of tile Ill niied ttil
MANY THOUSANDS INVOLVED rmy'will arrive in tho city today I(u
tonight at the armory will sijbt1, the
C. iie its Been bf Three Years Stand- trd toia rigid inspection in every
Sta.d delpar~tm 1. len i etGards uit oon of
IIg d Was Appealed From Circuit thl'"bst and most eoin l l i ary
J supreme Court-Decision Has organixatioi i in the State' The coin.
fWl AWaited With Great Interest Ima.isoY lioeered by C It lyton antii
.Th ielebratetd kndoel alt.I wlitit .lieu tenants Il landing and Seagle, who
s beet '1o i litigation for the :ast are tallti i t g or w oit pn t i.n thet
three yars, and which was appealed the rpor it go, wi credit yin th
^*-.frQ^ t court of inchua e report ilhe to tlu, credit of the
frot ie circuit court of Ahlihua co nlpally aund its o fttioer's.,
5coltiy to the supreme court, lhas just oCalI Lan yon i s dsromis of mak-
e e* q 4: ided by that court. i r o k-
t .cir(uit .court decided thi uni, s icio ohl to bh remlneo-
In favor of the plaintiff, and tili I.& Tod a nd tlxtviild it ,otial invinlaior
to lt, public, 'spe0iallv the ladies.
preme court, sustained the ld eisJion, .
' hi: suit was brought by Mlanrcul A Thousand Dollars Thrnwn Awau.
'010,~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sutr( .is il as-rw w


Endenl,. as administrator of the t star
of- Moses' Endel, deceased, against
A. M. Endel as surviving partner of
the firmotf Moses Eindel L- Son, hdoig a
clothing business, to compel ,In l ) i,-
countini and settlement of thiu tual-
nership affairs, anid the payment, ti t
estate by the surviving partner of ili,
value of the interest of Moses ]Endl,
The amount involved, together will
the interest aggregatqs several thous-
and dollars, and the cast- has ,lin
watched with considerable inlteresl by
, the profession and frieiiis of tihe
plaintiff and defendant.,
-;,obert E. Davis relsresented their
pla .intiff, 'while E, C. F. Sanuchez aind
( .tllte S. Y. Finley appeared for tihe

JOHN$ON 1BTOS. DISSOLVED.
Old and Relable Drug Firm Has Dis.
: solved-A Prosperous Business. .
SA will be .seen fromn liticIe Ilse.
where, Ithe fint of Johnlolui s ros.,
;.-: druggists,., lhii been dissolved, \Vt. 0
johBiBai rittring, Dr. IV. M, ,-lohnoni,
...the surviving partner, will conduct th l-
Sb.stiness solely in future,
The business was establisliid in this-
city two years ago by \V. 1. o.lihnsois
and WX. O. Johnson under t.e ilrin
Same of Johnson Bros. W.M. .othin-
i;son, a young ..an wll knolwil ill
( a tnisville and this section, lia con-l
dueted the business with t.th gr'at-st
-"success having enjoyed a niost lrok-


ir. V WV. Itlaker of 'lainivi\w,
Ntli, writes: "lMy wife. had lung
troulli for ovtr fill--ln years'. \Ve
ri'd ai itinumbir ofl' doitors iand en s til
over ia Ihousand idollarts without allny
re li. Shli was very low iand I l>ost alt
hopi, whluli n friend. suggtlsted trying
1-t-y's ,lloin-y and Tar, wlich I did ;
and thanks he toI this grentl, rteimldy, it
saved htr life' Sh 5 is troige'r antd eli-
joys letter lIitli than lit i- has 'eve'r
known i tien years. Wo shall never
be witlhuil I'F'oley's8 Ioiny stand Tar and
wotild ask thos niflli'Id to try it."
o l.i by J. \W. McCollumn 0 (.o
Canrpaigyi Aocinst Yellow Fever.
". it:i iil, !,L iiiir ia -t-lh 2..-- A i
aciii a ;iiiitla u .ii':l it til l slpreta of.
yc!hi f' oli and iiUaliaria, linvo-.lti '
tih li'il l ti ol n I of li ti i a tiilt llos 1
is printilig : ll saiii.I r* paln li nl t
tile rogilalhons t'i' thi U it itld l.tates.
intarino hospital service.

Big Advertising Agency Falls,
Hi~~lsn4. t Mariilh-i Tf '' tio lo'\ws apler

iifvprli,1hi i X O n *il In cl ill & Co,
- ',iy'; ii. ii i ii al h ; ilinl pla iO di 18li
, 'i. -i i ii r ii n i L lliin.' 11 & i ((,



it Saved His Leg.
I'. n I forth of" llf- I ralig) (a.,,
sufTrteil for tirx montuihs with a friglit.
fu- rui iinll n iur, oil his lig, but writes


and b. lsr .ica Sit"alve Wholly
WI ft' nlive (ays, Fr lcers,
eri woundspi0 s,itt h It, bFeistt alv inf
qrter the world tire .guara tri ed. Ontly
rid few months ago the tlrm moved 25 et', Sold by all driiggist.
;'itO the building at 1)0 West Main , ,.
street; S., where they now have in
excellent stand, andi oie of the most F"". .,. v _A
modern and conilte drug stores in (lll
the State. "
iDr. W Johnson will conduct the F
business in future, anid it will be ,his
aim to conduct a strictly tlrat-ela ls WI ip
'nd up-to-daite stori, as he lhas iaways *,1 ttIi1 M, r aPI Ft-
done,0 til5gs, Belting, Pcnglettc
How to Keep Youthful,
''Thou shalt not grow ol'' itlar.s- Bought in Car Lots. Sold ln any
written taw.which every soenis .
;nd. Olatin aims to obser hi low u tity
atley. Niceip 1'ly b y .
aO they n,-.r----l iyi by,
eel ti.og the sste I perfect trim lOnt Our Catahg.es
thorugltthe use ofa'toni le lk Green',l s
(Angst 1'.Flower, ;'Thy. keep their BaJr A Co
blood pure, their digestion good,. tieir id llU n ard a Co.
lEver active, their-vitality norpnal and
thoelrspirltabuoyalntby the regular aln .AIr.E\LK '. r1i. t m
tleiotoit use of August Flowerr-tanid. L
this keep youithfiul and thapy. -rial ,
bottles t21ro 'BigI bottle, 7 c at Ji -thn t /.. ..... ; ." .: :..'. ,..
Bron s'ifit AMERICAN
15 T. S ORATIONS
The Senior Class Entertained Many i,
Friends Monday Everini .

.ii !y a1 0e a deliglatf:l i-literttlttrn:lit '"' ".
hdit firiettis Monday -Vlitftg, i . ,
i ilng a delighItful atnd, iOM t C .t-
Thr program' Thrit eW'ip'iI-l; s w ,

11 Iomiug Was the program f ith, m' i Neverf:o.. 4 .
o ... .t
$.Dg ..Malt.(ab lo C 1( H J 1II ON.1 1 hI It i T Ii t K; .
T 'f i rt (Ureek l'hitfd .t '.. L v'.i,,a. i :, '.,
:;. .. 40l(,l- .aitt ,,-. !.
P h os a o p h iy 1 -f's
i -"^.h. T0.;.. 1r.,Is:ai'tu ii, ,O. "BAKER



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Ch o rA4Imi ;A a k e-oo1- W
4 apW t C Io' C iAtt, *1 P' o
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a U,,o.. t (,' g

ItI ti% &l I' E ,'i''n s opr a of tMo4t people ha~ t n idet lheI tb ruit I nltt' etei like acold1 that I*
.nnire i 04s 4`tM' hvy ere.i'r ot 4atnev, chl.iy ai' peietlates t uclesfd and j as ciai s the terible ac1 e
Iwal t a e t t i t ii ow a p' t,ptisr that it is soimethig lkea skitt 4iw e lftlbed away wth lith
i..e j ,r drk wn out ith plate; blIt RhaCtat iigih tes 1 ,ithe bbood sad
SIt Is 'a' ctrl ituis and lute~ltig, fitk < csed u vy Urea, f orLyc T~ i irritatttIg corrodit ; po(lg t t sette in sltas
that many of ttie World's grteatst nr i eS, j oit ,i,'
h11 hS u prdit o l a deeds. tlChilling of tlie' kidy illa sten, an l-t otl
It Is iioitbitri if there ever li i a ta if Rh u .nt after theh6 lo id tthisatow o
ityi'e traiturn mnaii thtat, W\ aleatctul, systeat at in the right col(tioin for it et tr air,
tlh' linoius lit u imolt of (lithe Autitran t dev eloip. tMt have nothitai todo with'l- t, ; o;.
tr t durlngt tltli th l s:ytYi r t:he real true causes of Rhewntiss two. dio jm

-I*a i ohlO tti r l' l of K 't tti ii' r iut' will ion llSeia ediie th "ntl siTa ofl tII w t3tt a ttd' an c
twi'ed aI wor4 tlHt was not ilutltielv ti att an wellitganud thae i ii hfor ottls> >B:d ,
i i',li-t', toer wot II s 'te prmi-'tit othiers tihi t a i to rlive p rtuat ttt ltdid mt R t o oe o 0 .
ak I luh s i.;tt t, n, .ha. wa thett e S or e lo iejinmtlsnim iwesane it tatittc t it.i the blood ltnd
:,s<,;litl 'OIta i f u> il tb uhliuerhiiint a i 'Al the Utl A Mi poisO i tieittialired,' the slgglxh c *, .
isa inlt e for wiiklng \V\tiIi histln with l 3 ih it ati n atiil'tetl iand t q ckfi t nt'l l oot i the *l*-
ui'llh's i e. Itc ile< srvitits weru' so; .t' IA jlIS tenti is purli'Wdl aind cl at'is ,l the aching litislett t "d1
iiiti. Iiii.'e',s not 'i'in.g to lop n th 1- I i joint s nrt re lived 4'f all ht11tiiti ittat(1 r anild a lasting ';
lip h liu |,Il ,-s andi wl as si '- .lur cure of thI mtino ti i ii ( i e ee,(Tt dt : e
iitild l '.1 ,lvt) ril .ntl4W hn l it i0o141s L . S. , IH harls h;b ve:c, able tw ieledy, ,Un litAlled ,
.o l 0 s tious e \ i>re imrrcml itid Y ,lsIi is as at hbl tmhilier and attlivlgourtii i,, c r in lio, Hot n Rhlunaittsti wsill
to pit"e' rv- l iti. lmit I he lei: t ilstutih- be iiiatel re. !r1 w ger, on ,-. A t ; (
i 'e cU i."-ordut ltIgiith Woldk un
;iii h I bn iu l 'ls oi itl0 \Vllllit d a W " 1 0 t i A i \1

Ili ii shil -' II a nl'i llrii'f "llerf l or 1ililly I I II I P1 '1' ,i .' ,i .' 1 ;1. :.C 1
.if ih- worlirs uimost rniiu.s soilditr, )1 V 11 1 U ('lI.K 'TI.Y \'iT|'TEN. IILttA.OT
Nipl.'..ii o lh t,l t lhal lith h ,(w tllthi U Wnw .,vt .,in~il Am1, Y -^POInllY .NTIA;OCT
sIlili hiu i.hi t'i v \r 'ilst.ld 1i sy l ni d i lit toii.rtla li l i'i)M l''T PAV Y NT or L1oIA ).8 rl- $
iiinl" IInon >syll,(lb ills l nl.is t'r most ipur,, -
Illses. lliilt i t othig fti >tlil his eye,. \ us c iid lie Ik ol c lit itoluld 4its toe i' Stiri w it folitci, it a re;tr, f yi 6ir htuSitils e. '
-litt'i-' ltl! fnl t a i rn could en t-el'
il hi > ,ti>r nl' in lit ol t. I I 1h I I li l I . w il
T ir >pri l s l rik > o i i M> llrlloroligh ltth(ll i l
'to Is i--pll h iTN ii4 lil gi' .l'f l# tt'I isi "1" -
w ithl pr mi' li i, i ll t'; r l i i Wllt111 ,.. : . .:
will glv t .yri a uil itlt A li t 'was l
likely to gi o hlitl'd wIll hi oltte'lr hIo . .A .llt'l f i th ---- -
,,,,,,,i ,,,,,ti01 ,, e rbeltikttlto"II, S an I ock CompanyT I
tilt "f'I ;lf F0-llIrEx- us0i1" al'l V t an
a lyS Iol ,llWit h t o l tih.p slui t,l' A tio(1 r f- lt I tit .1 L T o 1 0
a stiitke iif itt' lic.til .wal ofte, -tle iy ) ij Oic n;fij EAat. ,:
Ireiltlii' thiy i gel f i'i io i lt ld n part i.A t'
svlt' t inotn I, ws t'1lt hn-h In :ioti. ri Vh .lt(irniilit orh Ai t i, saf a tyti ,i git hitt l t (htill eit t, /,
sl~ldT.d 'lu' w t'il itipiifn of al ii ..." trouiti I l (xit A tnk vioifa uwill "t F i.t'htIn ta li"t,
i nitiltlIdel lii (toss-v tA, "A 6lokg het llantI by o ai t titi.tig ll s ionir tladdres i, a "s
i hInnt t"oifid viti-"
"on .Mittki-.iihitinut rivse htVWiti-in "- C'USH-M AN & '-ILl:. '.
tilv I itiwtm iirlilty, trr r oot! 'X.,
hit mi uihtli (f g'estturti wuttiid tlhc., infornatiou olbeit rfully iftriitlitt i A-IN Vi l.lX ,1 lA. ,i't.:9l$Il)A
liilll ll h1 o f.l l I- .t i h ilt d .0 'l l il wI 1. .e .
-lie M iilty s.i p it lich tii l r h ,''* ''. r- i - i 1 i ', ii.'- mn elni i.i F i re;4i,.rei -I I


1< lielh sii t \ih 9 i-i ftr- *ei : r *
l It e yioilg i l ittl I
ithoI it ttt-IIii ilitc Air Lin Ra iw y akC rn


ii ln tltiilif t ,t w (a t1if 'i li i ltA. l i :'
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l i rli th e w ii)R Iitil l p tll .ti of 1r e lillfro mab nxi.lel ... ... ol r I 1 1 lll. :" ','!,



sl ,ofli, .r"iAin .i 1,-..-,,.'t. Savannah, Col umr b ia, Camden, Southern
Vollt l tqvil( Iti hi\iVi w) tifih hi fiiliv t r^ *- -- i i. '.A V

itit ,,"1 hiti (l- Iho t t i r laits rte l pirtfi-gith lt '. .i
itti ii il ,ingtc\n Baltimore, Phila-

"h'""w"y h. w"= u( 'lk l 'or 1" "dei phia, New York.,
liV O'll, "My dihllr (l1.in'l Yo u klor ANv .

' I r Ili" 't'"t l111 Seaboard Florida Lim ited

' h ii lt'' 1 it i. 1 tio i I l i itl- t lit'-
"i-lihoi t ri tIU ,tl. iSe. lo w is- board express.
',,)<,; hititi i 'fi l- I ti ianf i tl ich of t v l I, i i
t-v-t'i-.1 ? if' itrni- N ll i.if il t rl uii' ..- a b o a rd A .a i.i I
i-t.ins 't s- ift t .. s i .'i tI'' n *t' '
W lt f i'i I. l l fii ti. eri . .
ii,,m ,,.t Is, r..s i ,ft -iuitl 'iit" i t,, o s." t t ', ,U o1., til'Y
voii tw ., 'TI f i >,P, e s R l.etlhi l ,li Ric hid W as\ h = i i ' r/* i ./ i ** ^ " " ." ' i i I::
fii h ll I i fl ,,, l ,ii *, \ r t h u teiilr . 1' J fll (i f I el il* I I. u' l m ,*ll t I'i 'I" i'' :L ;14 . . *


ilni ,t'1l6,tlt oi' ,S l lH rlit t .ltI-li
tilt tr-hiws a', h-il t si,.,., dty 'l N l t omli'l
ii fits it' .5' 't tl 1 t, ttt 'ht'dis irl Iltd!,


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att ol h ost -I t A.'i -',t I. s idt i sR d'
pt ritulus.,i fll ,,. ,s t i la tt ,. *,.it ~'
a"m tJ.' 1, V s.$.. ;l1 .ttr ndt


u u I an r ut L m ai nhsv;ly co Pillm i ;i;. v w iw .

j 7..)t::" 1) o illi1g. .( 'olm arit ll l10 ioaw !.ong *ae.tio.-;,
iid Oi ,seWvatii %('ar. operaiitttl solid $t. Auuijn tiwle ands t
jui t< *.~i t o New \'orkl'kv it W tlsihigrton i.'avintg Nt. ^*
ti~ e A'jttri 1 j )': t f il 8 4ki ,. l) e 1 I .m d i, l y. 1 /iia.j

(.)rdy Ii4 Op 1 'N
nly.MThr.gb PuItr IeRs Ofrtm ria ri I to ."- .... .
I Fr' fsl ,i'f atli t'laris f .f, t r vli ci 'ca ll fs iu g bit ,c.t ov
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viiutt$will I aurle tmostal
)t~ er W,.aid b6 'a h m
impressive' preacher. hie
i iid presi eoti' 4 lorida'
tp~ist QonveMOnIP awhi, aicon-
i4 i lnshnreen yelJaii o arof h the
S'eft, alnd s amoat effmieaiint
tf-fob WSa gir.t., ,1 Augista, Ga, .
hr t4h,ecouseu ently is yet a
hphl i tin was educated 'ati
re:I e ts ervityly'^con:, (., Anidl
t itoeaunivarsity. in 1891 he
... Tihe y Ut W lon Bapt st
Oberth of t urens county Ga., and
duritn.g tghe thirteen years of his tniyIs-.
try he h is hold pentorates at' Vidalika,
e",Ob'tiOrol, yireuilleeon., an4 Mai .
eptl O and ipley, this State, being how
poLstor'of the .Chipley charh'*
They Aro WellPe Pfsit.
Aipong the viitprs to thisjcity Mon-
dy were Irai Wolfe, and Frank Shawl




ad wetha i t hN oountry.. .Thoy
% llt'eat Thie Sui otloe. and had their
Ats enrolled on the saubsriptIop
t. They expet to return to thisi
ikitn with their families early in th(e
Lta1 id will take thlie' homne here,
W are well p'leaed with htis ecoutu
especially Gaiievllle,'7 reithaerked
!Wolf. "And another thti We
About Oalneavlie re n rh ie:.l
f l 01ifaciitiefi,'1 Oehiied. inI' MI
W "Weare cotidng back tb this.
tlon to live. and I expect we will
0our families tain8eville; forr
e !hiildrent to tedi)ot0ti/ilad we
.p'ly siuearely thaia Gaiieavifle ha
igood i oolb as ot be eoumd in the
united States.',
More Riotls "
iKsturbanc..es of strikers are' not
l 0y;ais grave a, an individual dilsor-
:4r t i.e:ytten,.,:OverWork, '.od of
i'bbr~ tostiisio'z wilbl ibe followed
titie' r rollapse,a;. unless 'a reliable.
s 'lhvy i ediately employed.
~ets hothimng 'o efllclent to cure dlis
ip r|i of thp liver or k(dieys as Ele .
if Butters. It's a wonderful tonic
Sitffreotive nervine, and the greatest.
al'ltiid imedilqio tofr run down sy$-
i;t alpgels nervousness, rhleu.
it11s1 ai3i t ouralglo and e1xpolAs ma-
iri ime;. Ohly. ile, and satitfac
Clotn guttraiiteed by all druggists,
Tornado Kills 24 People., '
St8-A l tor' lido ca'ti wtt v hoo itl
,-NA tornlwih) ciuised whlit8p.rowld
tiI'l-A !.ortindo inmust.d- W idoitn'oitt
ltin .t througlmi,- hot t I land March 21
and 21, d41lig fill eno'inous ntonnit orf
kinown t. be id'lle d 'antd thoulim iidei art o
IJI4tlthit: foid-/ or,'-, iditlter.d Crops.
i tUaet, .rldges aMiul to11graph lines
oeroy deoutrodtl. '
Working Overtlim.
tt(t l ourlws tre igllored, by ithoe
A' les l ittl workers-Dr, King NIew
Sl al^.'MillUmio fare alwvlayt
tion, illtio lnes ; itir i, dttl ick
hadashe andall 3stolmach, liver aid.
bowl troubles. Easy, pleasant,, iafa,
kr.2 O$ -%1s il dru ogist'., .
i npuseleitor Victory on Trial.
bit. Lotmlnl, Man rfb: aah lt. (he tritlI
of Uimtem Mates .iiei' tttortht't tn, "of
1111kains o tte .r H ll,0 f Vickle Slad
.0f tO tnatti, was placeft on'.le.'tatu(
t ,4y Ittiryt in. nt'ittal as to tho
tettli9i. gIven yeastorantiy' i '(Colo-
hI ',W W., inth .pti'lvate secretary
rt.. Se ator lt urtoin, .. .
Best tttl'remedy fr : onist iipati oni
1 ver eied is Ohltamnerthin's'tonsh ii
"tler ojF rlcnv'lle, N; '.. "The
,et gently alid without ay tinlleasanlt
tIefotad havn e thea biowe lt in ia per
fottly naItral condition.," 0old by aid

Whiby Pt. Leari to Spak S ansh'
ott eaili ,t5to a of ltlee a

iitlo patntger atl i t. Ai
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deied


Sfroi' View, saw e te. o l i wt 0et of

haie orraded tit'i tol lti but they. o,.y11
1Mr, J '. wt fta i anla
lin O ai) t Inw Ow.si e w ,s heot

vlr In l. itNdh 0l.pltol nd played un

*11 6U 's b uccetfnllyt
by.dge of p neumtonia Or oth.:p-
1 4a.n- eirrhe re, l to the n o '
li.CQ q1(O p,: b*u)'wtefon lnbot oad "
A Pcvritte Remedy for Babies.,
* Ity ptjlcita11t ta~n' asod' lr)i pt rcore
'Ilave, Uade 'hCtiberlaim's Cough
Remedy a favorite with the mothers
of 51all children. It quickly 'cures
tleir coughs and 0olds and prev nts
any danger of pneumonia or other
serious consequences, it not on00
oure crolup, but w,4 n given as oou' as
thie roupy ough appear will prevent
the attack. For sale by all druggistA.
out Wet 'the llindlbox..."
w.hon rdl.El li0 tboroug the gilat ntgliats

s iold i0 led tha li i ijcton, provided
ahiom idt 4 InO timberthecairlog iwlth
lar oNe?, h t i'h ier'ei lt si tter 'al't
t Ley ALord I'letfortgth; liappeuikig t i
attach l, 1i0 tl 'ut lilst foot thlioutgh
.'t vi a to i uot1bo. Up we
11bft NwIHIlow 1'|md ojt wet tie band-
o utitt, i l(t.t thtlie b andl)6
nf tlllulaed int of ti o wwin dow. by
1to pk 'It up wi vli !Lord IElt~onboroungh.i
furiously call)di' put, "Drive on".l The
h n h)t <'c'crdhi ly 1, 4 left by tie'
(dich ltl ili. 'i [ lVting reo el l lld I the coun.
t'i'y .owin Viwh t' hit w.iis to oitlthleif I,
judge, 1.i'rd Ellnbnroiglh pr Air iy lilnikof l' h' i al ppmiii44lit in the
(*ouinhoufo, "NPW+ o aid tild.;hiewivre's
n.iy 'mt'j.Wii;i'c,( ,i iim.y w'if?'.' "M'
l iru," r ,pllo, 't t littdit "ttt it 'al:ft
tliiwno utt of tho>e c'nrrlt .wtt idoW,"
Ohlidrett's Ooughs and Golds.
Mrs. Joe MoiGrath, 327 E lst t., 1'ut-
ahtinson, Kan., writes: "IL have given
Blsiiard' i-lorehound .yrui to my chil-t
dren for coughs and colds for thle pnat
fmur yprs, and find it those best medi.
01ne I1 over usedd," Ulike mlaniy cough
syrups, it contains no opiumt, but will
soothe and heal any disease of the
throat or liutigs qitikor thanii any other
remedy. 25j1N, ai anid $1 lit .'Jolinlon
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W:llwtia, I haV , a brakemiin olf

tory rhenimatimen. m" iied ui t, r1.
tdios/,' ho (ta ys. J i'' itItiy 'It')lit ,tO
OCtai.l)trlim'i m im i .Ptmi v hnfo, at ohfili
I t1 wI Ie wias u1bl it hto u foott
and tt i.n Oii .w 'k i ite Was abltb go tto
work as ha piy a ai o lior ale by
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Tropical


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JAOKSONVILLE, FLA.
Sold by All Druggists.

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
Under and by virtue of the power anid uu
thority Ve(teI. It, nte oMJ Woor of the City of
tllcovifilo, liorlin, ulider the Ortilnunes of
said oilt tin antomilil e otion Is hereby called to
he lheii I Nftltl l !iy O the 12th I.)., ')I, for the tii1tp'os e of (tetot tIn the follow
lig, o(l(l(er1. nf sulid city, to-wit:
lO vi.li''pt Inl.Trensuror,
One M urslial,
Oine'l' Tx Ass.% ,or.,
Ptoe 'Lx Collittlir,
Mlitli to serre (>o tio term otii o i'n Ye ar, and
oiull thehi' otnce 'vsots ite loietetlcdtil quttllitled
Three Alderetiei,et. h'to sii'v 03for the tirm
Of two yeai's Il.lidutiA their ucoeteos ure
o le c te d l i t it t (nll il od . i -
11i4 polltikhtg tot<;Fe ( ItvM r cl-iiohh-ll mlfbe
Iclottd(l lt I on rei rei of r the Fire Stm1lohm ot1 l Ht
Mitln St., S.. I I il t ty, and D. A Il(hertion,
#. A .Jeoordt initd O.U0. Tousey tare hereby i-
Poltic'dlns itni orN (IHid(I ', t, .' ooltsilltrlk of
Wlitun.uI my hiloid c0(f ihO .m .14. o! (oMd olty
tthil the 1th miit of M Aoi 1 O :i "
{ Seam .c :.W ;'lOMA
Attest Mar.


To thollhin.)rphIli-.o- d lt Lt ikncl t(siotion,
Aliee t i( l out i3'lurtdtc .
'.We,0 the XlittliAIed vo r Wtulll (III ttl territory dl sorthikl ithe friliior,:
Alt Se : 3t. 'I'm., 1.. I ,. It'11N 1 C o 'Ot r Cr lt' All
Or se8i. I l icm .'1t2. 13, tm 2,. Oi. th of tcfhol
I t ttl ,'hO il ; All ,. l
nl l ll, i o'l w Hli, t It a th Of lo
i,>)Nt > f it' s lio l : 'All Ti '. 1 3 'th. in, l 't -
W itii|tdas i uliol 2, otwierw .i+ tht. tdrrltor
XIn>V tit '*'Pite l enuaiM l'l" O t 1 ie.0 4 r 0speo tflly
iktllt wurhortohrnblet li toi" m i n ,elln o
t<) r.tlt&i' hiah tcx tnn it 8ttmeeuti) 'I'mmx School )io'
w'rloior te ri we vt13ti rtI xca'etln.
o ti ritAt,Iot H lt outX for 3W exeoll~tk(vyt es of'
jimbile frcoi Witolt i jbdim d t. -
S. ('in, H11 C. tI A., Ultnoilrt, A.
M, W\otiteht,. W\. Jt 0 ij, :B. I. ilolw).
.. 1V. N oY. r ; ,i ,/ Wst4 V.l Ctsfels, H
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Note( (ci,io n 'Utl)tbn wiit t resMted
34 tei' l(imll of t i t il to t strirt io .i i \,iItlie ao
clinty (o1 TiTietBmmy,. Apirlh 10Ci, ,

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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
UA.ixEs'.Ll, FLORIDA.

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proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send himnt
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142m
A. J IACOSTA,
Surveyor and Notary' Public.

Connvy nui I a Specialty.
Office at Reeldti6ce. 801 East Main
.atroet N. P. Box 14.. 1.4-04.
R J.H. ALDERMAN,
DENTJ 'T8.
o fSueeesor toSelwler& Alderman]
Over Duttoa & Co's Bank. GaIDnesvoi a
Special attention to Crown atd Brldae work
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|ltteras of General Interest Gath-
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IttOb0NAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

.Has Happened and What is Going
'A Happen Told in 'Short Paragraphs
)' That. "Hea" Who lunslMay Read"
I"f he Sun. h
U st.ire w tit :, 0 1hi, 1 ,i 1 11.
[6newlpapers for sale aI "t'hoe Sun

S8 ,0 i on alo ait thoe l;'wn
ji'd.Tad111 ted-Lady r life iurtaoine Agent.
ang er,'o 8 u h i* i*.
1. .t McGregor of Live Oak was in
ll ity yesterday,
I48 L. ltr of Ociala was ,at- the
P Wits Houseo *Sanday. h
in Wone Salve for sale
taij o t t mw. pid this month.
l .April i,. d 2L .. ^. .
T10pa i.plantper of'liague, ,was
[ !in thlplity yesterday.
SSylvester of Haue was among
4 a visitors o this ,oty yesterday, .
: 3J'. Kun'z, a *tmerchant. of Waldo,
W0., trainsaotnlt business in thti cIty'
l eate day,' 'I. t:ter: .... W t '
W I:. :Ponder +f Otf "reok wit
mntong those regletorhtd it. lte t brown
oiouise yesatrday.
IA. 1 Harper, theio ltihiat, linhas ro.-
ttiruled from Jaeksonville, wher hlie
itia boeil on bh)usiieso,
: J. A. : tolloway, ithe inino nBit al, lin,
atlurned froii a briof buinsious trip to
p t'in hi 'Southi 'Floida, .
Mis~ Wtintilo ,Young delpartedt ye~-
T lerdiy for Mitt6noy, where sio will
ait friends for a fev days.
'. ,o Nwborry and 1l Ii. Powell ofr
"i h-Springs wiere among tihe btusinoness
vi y tors to thlis city yete l,
'Mi nd:. Mrs. liao,' 1vy depiarted
aleterday for JAkaoiuvill whero' thoiy'
*' l visit 'fiendi for a few days'
is roi,.se LyTeoi djiiarted yesterday
ter Meoslr whitre shie will sptld, a
.W days aa .tl(Ie gltest of. relatives
B.: E., Letnoi" .of /Miflnoiipy, oe of
.the jiy f: ilows' of thlt section:,
ws 'Iti0 the 10y4 oxn i' visit .to IfH'iids.
Sunday.
1 W I, WillHianm of aiiktsottille, after
a "brif vlit to tiAi i.ly, dtepimrtid for
IIgh Sprifng. on 'a' slritr vilt to friends s
yesterday .
A, A I. iryan;, thu') foriere rltiui nnt't,
lplttl, his, golteo.. to Jatekoii v1iltl. Hlli'
litunwuroits frituds heire will bte" gl.ad lo
iee iutt agailt, "
C.; A Ilia t otf a lnian, 'oootu of tit
T.rog'le 0 N ',lyo itt1 r i'litr(so f thuat o i "a
o" il o wtsit'.mlioii thos. 'wlio' vIsited

tfio.ttvris iaid t.i tI 1o lractors do.
"aof bttrtil gi Jttsit :w Will plsoiiswe
Wiiucat"1, awith thu Ot W .'iet. .
.IVw rP--l",ri im'o ulatipA'
,.g,, ..tt,,.',!N W urk antdt rtur "ri byr
,t with+ 'hi' Smii.' i' .. ew.......
| .1 r., e0 r; mriutNlrumsiv, Hatn
*aj~ljli yo"l druggist (if 'i'lT.'htshm-
a !b^ t s'.uit to.> rftindmlt,'i thui
B .turne to -t ii ln t'i n Y(i'St r' t'yi + j ;,


Ints.e wi th p a 4 i Ibd .
0 fo. Ohb y ma:de e a brie. f vise toJ
relottve" in reJieanopy Su.dLy,
.WalterM. i ,nlye has ret rned romw
a brik vi'i t to ferieds at M'asitIopy.
:o. W.' Wetso h d J. 0. $..l. of Ala.. R
chu'a w'Mre spolng the vlbtot ti thyis1
If you want printed stoAtionery in
atny form The SUn OffieO is the place t
anrd gyri01[tr order.;e Bt
Sfisea. ol' Websteropf thel Dutton
Phosphate nipany has returned fromn
Fort White and otherpOintis In the in.

A:nlig the visitorstto tit yes ity is
Mistaon T. O2rimshaw of lAtlnta, rep-
resenting the Fairbanks Companiy, gas
and gasoline engines, Baltimore,
T, i. Smith, a progressive trucker
rind fisherman of Waldo and onile of the
best'men in thuat scctlon; was Among
the Yvsitors to this city yesterday.
Miss Mary Aflteek of High Springs,
one of the, charming young ladies of
that town, was In the city yesterday.
She caine on a short visit to friends
Prof. R, A, Thomas has returned
from Bradeintown and othwr points on
the Manatoe river, whero he has been
for the ipst f'esV days visiting, friends.
Wanilede-A oinpetent man to take
charge of shingle department. Must
be sober and industrious. Write or
apply to T. R, Piekett & Son, New-
beiryFla. d1
,S. G. White, the, clever traveling
representative of the Antietanm Paper
0Company, Hagerltpwan, Md., was in
the city yesterday and made The Sun
an agr'eepbl call ,,: ,,, : ::
SMrs. 'John W. Ettel departed Sun"
day for White Sprilgr whertl she will
spend a few' d4yi recuperating. She
will bie i ,l d by' the lady guests at
the Btown .Hue.,
If trouble with weak digestion,
belohing or south' stomach, use Chaimn
berlainas' tomach and FAver Tablet's
and you will get 'quick relIef. For
sale byall druggists .
Geoorge Hart and son: of Paratdise
wore among tht visitors to th, city
yese rday. They caname to bid good-bye:
tol Messvs. Wolfe and $Shwl of Union
City,. Indi4ana, who have been visiting
thie. at Paradise for 'the past few

The four-room cottage of F. M. Gel-
ion, which is in cotrsu. of eretion on
Vorth Qarden struet) between Court
and Seminary, Is rapidly nearing con -
plotion, Wh6n finished. it will bMe one
of the' 0noit comfortable cottagies in
thie ity, and will make a modern
home.
lion. Walter .0 l objinbn and L, C,
Lynch, register and chief clerk of the
United Statet land oflleun, respectively,
have returned from Sltivittltah, wheri
they have Ihoon in attendance at the
United States eourt,. Mr, 14yieh
expects, however, to return to aeavn--
nah today.
J,. i, Pouinid, rYepresentiiLg tihe Me.
(Oorimnk llirvesting Company, who)
lhas bhoon timaking this city his head-h
qitiurtera for t e past few weeks, de-
parted yesterday for Molitosh. Mr.
Pound has just roturpid fron Alahoa
sid uth. polliots, an'd reports the (inest
wook's bnsle' it h s el"lijoyed for tho
palt .three year,.,
M Imss (hrititie Widemian, who was
sent from tlhis ity 'to the Pasteur In-'
stittet it Atltnta, after hlivhig been
bittni by what wais supposed to bet a
itiad dulog, rhas retiiurrietd to ;her honme
hero entiroly well little Mark Wood
Ing,ivwh'o has ajio hieio to the Pate(r
ndtiltute fr the manse cause., iexs
plotted itn n day or two. +.,
Oflhs of tlhe Noew Hllone Co opti, .
ed it 111 E. Maimu strtt. 'Th'iiy will
ether tall or rent )nnaMhlrituil, easy
torlli. Mrs. Miirgu rret (;rov'tik tIiok*
keeperr, and L. 0. Miller, nualiager, who
has hlald || fienut years' ek hxpriqmieitu ti tut
buulli.e's will 'bo glad to show and ox-
plailnthoesuperior nmerUts of thil. cfleIw
rated sewing mach lte. Old inaohinea
taken in nexohange.. d:wl
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SSpriuce Pin E. W, htli, )ear tir,, l pent lt.
year in your city and while there your


rusdy was reoommleded to nie. Aft
ter try lh -eveom vr either. 'phydttliO4a,
prc!1'.0u? M4ni'lf bott0' of'. yor r
resd y it stured me. We fd.

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kj a tti4td bln ler tra!ties, t sta i,
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.ATINOLA ITBEAUTIFES

TI0NOL A is a ne discovery, guaranteed,'
and money refundd if it tffle to remove Freckles,
LPples, a -hea, Lvepts, Tan and all dfi-
coloratio, ~an disfiguring eruptions [except birth-.,
marksJ Ordiny cases i days; the worst, no
Ixatter 'of how long standing; in 20 days. After
thee defects are removed the 'skin 'will be soft,
healthy and beautiful. Ask your druggist for it,
or to any address on receipt of price, 500.


jix.,', e nn. n .
o U IrrNMl5w ; For years I wna sorely afllloted with plupieh and si'otn.h I ell
Doctors, upeOiillists, Mood and liver tedicines, aind dieted I.vssel for r ., but oh
SpiAplesm gtworie. I then tised one box each of Sittintnll and Efin l th'iiu Ci 'ain juit
ua directed and now haven't a ilminle on my lte. I eoltlidcr mat in tl e, ,itett
tI lenl, that could come to a freckled and plnileild faced woittin
IV' Yoprovery.truly, M1. .. $,T.1 S1L'.LI VAN.
[ [ l" t II NO"


Insure with Cushman & 1ll.
John Grimes and son of .Alachua
were among the visitors to this city
yesterday.
Attorneys Evans, Haile, Horatio Da-
via and WV. S, Broome have returned
from Starke, where they went on offi-
cial business.
Mr. T, W. W. Pitts and her interesting
little daughter are at home again., af
ter a pleasant visit to friend. at Palat.
ka and elsewhere..
Dr. ., F. McKinstry, Sr. haas re-
turnod frin a brief professional visit
to Live Oak, whore he went to attend
'the infant of Mr. and Mrs; Allen
llailo.,
.J", E. Fouteh of Alachua, iTember of
the firmp of~he 3., FutLh Cnompariy
s!eeNt jic merchants, was a visitor to
tihijlt~jeslterday, having come downi
to iee hiftamily.
lion. Tornm F. M eath departed yes-
terday for Jacksonville, where he went
to attend the imeting of the executive
co.nmmilttee of the Florilda .Priss Asso-
ciation. At this np'eeting it is pro-
posed to arrange a program for the
next session or the Association.
Editor SetelAr of that sprightly pa-
per, The High Sprihngs Jlirnet, was in
the city yesterday i. Ho was en route
fro Ocala,. wh.reo lie ihas been on
business. Editor Setzer is one of the
mnot original writers in the Statie, and
his paper is read with li great deal of
inlterlst (4very where.
Rev, J. 1'. iilhurtl. P E, returned
to hitslhomiie i i ala yesterday. MIr.
Ii lburr. detliVe od two excellent, ser-
niolls at KavanatughliN Methodist Churcha
Suntlltday whihi weor well attended alnd
wer- reCeivedil with thl doepestt intor-
est. Hle misone of the Lift'it tloquetnt
miniitters il tlhel Stat
An alhirm o'f f're 'as ti turned in front
Boxi 28 at 1t) y'ost.erday afternoon,
which summuniofvd the department'to
a "mall cottage opuccupied by .colored
SOOpi1 in thlt vicinity of.North Gaines-
vilh. 'Tihet llhatuos wore extinguished
with littlih damage, however, which
shows theot eliioency of tho department
Mrs F. M.Marshall and' her acoinm-
pishie d Ituighter, Miss Reed, after
a 'delighti ful' (i seii pent here at thie
lihome n of Mr,.. 1. N, Strobhar, have
made their de)ptrturu for t M'llroIe,
where thi'y will .spelid a few weeks.
They inade many friends here whi will
bo ghld tio eIomIe th'>n back another










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N EW .YORK

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FULL-LNE OF-01
ILNEW GOODS.


Persopol attention :,to,
'I', Kllmiatters Mithis line;
Mail and telegraph or-
ders promptly attend-
ed to.


Gainesvile, -F1oida


M, (4. McCarrolL, formerly of this
city butt now manager of lw, Edwards .s MRS, 1 C(
interest in Ocali, is visiting his famni-
]y here. Mr. MOuOrroll hilt ms n ty 11q
friends here who are alway gild to 0ee
thii. PURCHAi
A nog tOW .promiiient v 'sitors to. AGEN
this ct is ii W. Alideruin of Lake lN ei
1Budler,*1hois visiting his cousin, Dr.'
J.I; Alderman. Mr.Aldirnrmanisone
of oradford Couwnty's 1 m )pt iiilltential 3 B b.h
eitiensa. lie was for .atany yuars thYi LO'ISVILLE
tax colleetor 'in that c(i uily, and is
now a canididiite for re-elet ion. He
Iserv'd hiis eiounty in li oifichial capa -
ity faMthhtuily, .and iould hle b re-
elected is ,will no doubt, h n(1 Ocase,
e. will itike itqilly aits good rtiord as
inwtie pust. T O T


FI P (Copius amid large
Sortraitts from ifo.
a specialty.
in i t

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oohrome
SITI tS
STUD It l
1'5 E, Union ast,
Gaineaville, Florida
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SSlpecial attention tosuppers, for-.
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0 regular mneals. Try one of our
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