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 31, 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: VID02198
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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AINESV.LE, FO A, T.URAY, MAR 31 TENANTS A,
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*X 1, NO.





LI:FE DEATH*
*'la m ts Defeat W


.. 't Empire, Out VictOry
Would ttlmulate Russian Coloniza-
tion In Manchuria. .
S o ti m-Are,
) 0tJ. cioaa.* ivhed here that 50 Japw-
Bie and0 00Cossacks were killed and
inled.lo itt a skirmish that occurred
between RAltiand Ting Fu.
lThe a'bO dispatch probably referS
to tt5 e49geineat 'reported l-st w6ek
i *s 3aailg occurred March 23, but In
no Cosatck losses wre. mention.


S ebu 4a, 30.--Forecast-
Sti'ratgt of the war in the Far
~ le Novosti declares there is
*o 1idoub1t as to who will he tihe
v \4 lvlotor .than there as at the
oor emen of the G aeao.Tuy h ,
11teS hbAmerican:or the Boer war,
iFor t t he war sla a lfe ,ad' death
3 N' utI Il0 the Nocosti.
Shoiilaces; thing one card.
ForRiltal, it eoailly o a coliflal
.0t iy even defeat would leave tfita
.1 1pirQ tot greatly affected, while she'
ces would be' sure to mean a 'great
Sstinults tQ the Russian colo izatin"
"to IManchlP,. where it is reasonatti
tot supposed shy soldiers wil settle
alftol the struigle ls over.
"t.. ," the paper adds, '"Russia
4'"1hould p0t pay too high a price for this
Scothni(,d ltean efore, shollil



I P.. te'r irg, Marc hID--]. 0 pan.m.
-A wtri eorrespondcnit of 'thi Rusky
VliamtI')tol.I,' wriltiltg from Hi arbtin, M an.
'chrSa, iysi hle has :not been permit-
tk to provedd to Port Arthur and
l that hel. wll not be itlowAed to g9i
to hQe iont from UHarhin mitll April
.*.2 t IIeon t nts have been ex'
I\t (Mi n r t ihtlr becatuso ono
/lom 40 In' his disiaches lm,
t I tioi rgan'itng the'


l r iul.teutl from th e order
lo. o 1# nit plD011 lle t Ir'CIIIng that a1
"i leo', 100 be.ieopt lor Ja.pahestt
"W". ] was iussieto te'w po'
^,J. 1shi Al Astatirc person lhey
"',':ay ifr S it 'it quot to ascourtaii)
: I i ,ttIt owal O fal'se.

St Pet (Mailt _30. -'The No-
lt uatiai 'pt .,long ar'tilei on the
Jj ati qd combatting the all'
S1tion,< 4ol Antl.Semiltit ewaspa'
pe's thattt O(deIsB Jews are dotng
ISvlrylhirn p eipitate a repetItion
ol t,' altair by etxprestsin
:.'itypityhy' the 'jJal)anese, The,
o, i 4 vid, .tA allegations al,
s;' ,Biia Oos, declaring that tht
J t, thr tithe empire have pa'
t:' 'tly' steered th'(r services,
. and attae it arti.Semtiti writers
lfoet rttemlti atitalntly to cow ral e

o* ow, vatl s 30.--Thr< e ritish.
A* lcelti wb; .rrlved here y'estterdgy
g* na I by way of ,'gypt, have
p roQwaned themoesa es be0Intg U".,
I ittmusiasii. The. olTfie u-intlcl i
aim ~ 6fat Otf hry activity, sad ditl
4 se a slinflg ll taiT : train Atroug'h.
iat the actea* a or iiropenan Rutasi,
'wItA,1uhst "as f Rusal wat s oit en.

B pittrabt Marh 30,. l-ln vlow
44ltlm N 'of the 'rWtti;t fooee

i wi th ork tit, s


..,,H hi. i .ita" ,


oDf

SKIRMISl

Jpapese And
Sks.

out UGGLE.
ould Not Injure


TONGUE IS REMOVED.


Will Have 'To Talk with His Fin.
gera.
Netw YorkN Mar week's of prim'lralnti the surglcatl op
eratlon for tho removal of the tontf, i
&Wilal heenlt iicessfully pi rtttlted upon
ThImas Mac(d(tir(;l S wtil known the.
atrial treaiuri. rr. '
Mae(iuire was' a icftnl of cancer at
the roots of ,his humit9ed .autsetd hy esi
re.iive tnimoking A few woehk ago
the doctors lNfitrmed hIlm that his only-
chacte for life lay Ini the rtirt remov,
Sat of theto.ngita He fehvrfully asb
Smfiti andfl said itn bidding arewell to
his friends who gIthetred tariund thi.'I e
operating tabli, that h1 shoutlid s)pon
i(,t'a to talk with h ,is.t !:; nge *
Tho surgrmons now bh(l*,ve bhte wi)l
rapidly rtccver hIs .hbiath
AFT OR SULLY'8 PAfRTN1 R&,
Will Try to Flidl Out Mert' About
Sroker's Assets. .
New i'York.u Mart ch 30.- David II b.% l
or on.ie of h thwo 6sreimver for Ith'
'.uaspeidltd r o"itt.o flrmrt mah-ri!:n .:r
Stlty., ,1 '.i5d today that ,'the re
eottr's bad applied 'to. (.itled states:
coart. for an' ordlr for ithe l. rina
'tirJI "of tldwitiH(iwl+,sey aod, etaf Rdly
th6e klieged palnietsh fi l0Sly in "
it cottoit dual whistb roeaitt440 im-
suspeiutlt of hi tlirm,
The *pplieatyn 10 =ad* 114"
14 ,t0064 W t .1the iit t ia
Smnhraptcy IxW**.Mlaa w i t *


Yini, a orater minislter of toreipi at.
arsi s .a a i eitil mitaatm lor to' bwar
presentt, to the apanoes enmpetor ad
retturi .mthe:eomimnt'''or. uirquni


Tien Vin, r truch soN.-A Prenchinna
iam,0 d(t eutlar,. an emiploye of ft0e
Russo-Ch~nese banklhas been appoint.
kA Frepehl consular agent at New
Cbhwangk He hAs hoisted the French
flag over the bank bulhdin.. It ls
considered probable that this is a
forerunner of a movement to fly the
tri-color over all the RuMsian govern.
meant buildings at Now Chwang.

New York, March l0O.-A Russian
cruiser and destroyer have passed
'here bound westward, says a World
dispatch from Gibraltar. Evilfently
they were chasing a large Japan"es
ship which was reported as- having
passed here to the eastward on ,'rday
last.
This vessel having sighted the Rust
slan ships, turned passing westward
several hours ahead of the Russian
shl ips,

EMPEROR MEBTS DOWAGER.
Kaiser of Germany Royalty Entertain.
S ed by Itallana.
Romei, March u.- The mentnlig be.
tween th0 dowager Quieen Marglhner.
its anid Iimuperuv: William, which, :it
s eeiled as If the elements were deter.
mined to prevent, took place today. ,
Queen Maighiur.ta,, although t
weather was i.thireatening, li't iRome at
an early hour b.y special train for
Terrablua, where all automobile was
il waiting oting swittly to Gtaeta
the quee ) enjoyed .('i oexhilaratitlg
rush through the coiintry, the trip
buing accomiplished without accident.
At (aeta shb boarded tho Italian bat-
tleship Re 1,im bt4oii, aUil4Latter her

Eptl)eror Wllnia, who was( on his way
from Naples to Gaeta on board theo
imperial yacht yacht Iloheonollru. |
Theo two ships thu.4 met out at sea.
The scene was plul tr iel as many:
flags tlutoerod gaily in th1e air, tihe
crews cheered .al(d thi bulndls phitiyod
the iitlonal anthemins of italy,i amt
Gerttany. bmnperor Williamn I11ne.
dlately boarded tih Re 1iiTlierih lud
after an hour's chat their (quIei tnciet '
pan led hitm 'ahoardl the liohenzoll'rn,
wh er (t ey hy hitnd 1 1ti. .
Thio> qfee.nu was hoard to say as sitI
left he I olo nizolitil-n for lI he I(
Ui eth'breto :
"Niw I h lavei etonlinei l to) villt tier,
many."
''To :which the Iiptror retillod:
"As t. friend, I hopoe tli)t do."


WIT EXAS +A RAM .2:VEr$. T 5T" O N. fAILED T rAkE

It I ae a t), eh, t aoeh d telt 4$ ION
WAR IS"OR pING lem'" W *s*,,a we PO $188AL) .
Y tet.rse sived ive.i tuien todarel
Many. WNh Citize a'l A' Under,.' t 'at ~! i a .aif p nIX Court Of. qnia.Investigates
,Arms I Lone Star State. t.' Cthe ,a in w ih Th.might ago ClliUlon Of Wa tr a'
........i... ; " + : ', l un Lot ta e P eter V an \i lessi o ttn p ra .- : : ,- P ' 1 J
TWO GROES KILLW'ITT&E MAN tically tdmoitrated that butler. poile NO FURTHER'- P R EDoGpI ;o ."
-- r osiue .. a 'bo .nae iihl litrox h ,I-
Feeting is Running High, anM Co0 ti.ven false t1estiluony l nti t t he The ColliTion of the Cattllsii s Mif
ues Very Bitter--Latet Accounts ltviction of the Wbuy l'ther tor Mi-i ourt and Illinois Explalo.d to, Pt *
Say No Outbreak Has Occurred. Today's instance o youthful unur- uiry Court Causes of Acdetlt.
iBloodahed Expected Any 9omnent. t abliity undor oaith was in the caso No'blanie it Placed,
1Iiu..tout, T f itt Silsbeer a' huttndrd n ites i tion yoith g 1 on tornn ial f i o ru or, *thl of thlo ,urt ot' t^ll' iry or th ltf r
ioouatoun, is that Ptacial f ,!tg cot ). a tOS bIa s' 1a' little girl. A91 l iL. 1t A duttralt \'la o wga te chit' on the 1' :
tinost very bitter ath d t th lnt u verys biler undrat nrd n faTh,,tw aublo1' t eyw:itntit rWto l at l b-yew i tUi..S.. irio ti a l, otnifiil "tla l
S 1ros re o vner a n -lm o 'T ng't+s l Arlerg ai 'ently' etabiahlng beyondi qilesll by t.'atain C(owlea, atud thw .iit. i tlIA.

oil t ie \ wsv itie im n s i tIAy g onit u the l of th men then r e cormatnuded by oapthain Brtdilo ri was 14
whon te ht e A. Hllockt was ihe ndy nI t, punllated ir Owt evhl)t ,. mad public t iay. rTheo- court' :
,,e ,, A Butt o ob ty ,isf'sh"' 11p a.i,, ,,,r ,,, is
ibg, Stlnoy aloWtht' liot iithe io facet in extdaation H ate rtriaim'at o wlemt d o10i th' jimowee ti Pi id.
anl bowel, eand B. Mct1 q in tho Stile ac lg f roti the chiVld d tclaiid iit0 action lIhaa tprtccd b)y H0.e:.At Ad'.r
l e s whp%,howtil theo tat N le had i nst uatr'i Tinow ih) at ll iater, tlmandl(14 ti h1et oft the
face l;ntd bhud. 'tes tpf (b the W i1 o tit ti lthe i' to f'rti Ntw anoti slatln.,
'1 i or twelve negrous, ar o ailm o idt W hytl)o ,tle the 01* ~ai t Nors tIlanyciltaa .rtterr t iti) ll p in
to have beten in itt party. hf t A tnm o r
tiPh two lU ti niantl. are t, l "ovt to were o ithin lrt )it, tin lts t "otby th lolaB by th Judth il li( t gat t ai :
I 'tlo twot i ie r .tm aniy at 0,i'itih d tO d 't .i ... tin t a it t oin e t t ti
t dilangerotiisl wimd r-. o stats ao rti r a l tift li d by A mri ted ny le h o .i a

by tlh u 'itidr of rT (la" hy two i rOn, i., h i w rat: Tit.N T r TiE 1 NNIETT WIL L.....^ CA S. timnoi,',t ot,' ny't ''
a I Omi lto n S i t Lil IA (n i u taf (IaleitiIl''
A NAed byo fhrcif o :r t1, At u ,.is r ... 11, 1,A i .l t r,'o t
y I who wasi o u hof act t etof aikto L' a wi. t ya ttal ard In Coutb it lbi' alve Oh'intie.ry lt t T '
17,in: wt it P onIt i whent ,t++ + t rt in u ,,*.. at New H tan.o fat.' il ntime)t 'ra ver i(nj, t h te a gint eh:s
te crowd 'teileod t wi t lln, a imt ro u ten ltn Ntare iI.Tha for t[ll 'pe' a ir r t '' 'It s
ly wo uint i t< of th* n ,i ob io W .1 Hrya m t i t irtislot sta g at n rtt y li -tI t t '

Iff{ > lliht e hind,tt n w a : r0t i )l hi"t m th w WI .K Phil o H l 1h w atrn t h* l flh ho ll, o n t a>LM i .'
Sitte cilt.t.ot ot thw e w i(h rit lf 1't 0s lit t(il r soil al (to t aIt eail i '''

d('etad rlii a rtn- o i am Htniu ga, KouroIti uttr \\1il htw ard itt lt.e tt)tl io tt iiut" b t al htil | to hitiJiti;4ii t otiteot at ('it lpula ii~eatl i '' C' t i a ti:ti m, uf dge o.
l otjin tlol'Wtll n lin e'l d a. war o ti oi tliut t Wils
iirltiiiltm is threaittt'l d on thie biltsiea, atitl !+el i'y l The l hdeti mt I h () s ti lth iay ( r
here ha sy not be e v ali3' ujto ea icts f1t ui 'the pouhalt i sh1 sil by dit e omilelh flag was t105 :r
the. lI rat ittmtcututs tdtyav. Ii,'S t sit- 1l t lei t>t, It iits t huswi i v l i l< it 3 oilme, d by 'te offl (ton it l y n rave 0,nbd I dho tih ed )I e wst 'b it ewl y th aiur f lif ot thW, atitt, WtU f h N r '-
e mt i I ucv i *id, wo ii th at hirl, glrit u tamN. lo le.e:t srsvoio it ASSASSINATION PLOT A. .OA ha l ti t t tr (, o w hI i *:e 'l t ob )( h ailnartotie t hts fl
ly w. o (100 was to ig' 1' s. Itt'yan au l l ',- iM f iurts. atlld oTuov1n0e nt,4,z ". i"'4' '" ",:,, o r
No Truth nle Story: of n Att m's to 0i0 to bio lh- d Ine H til f lr t chli l)r i liti faiU.utt was ,it 'thim ol.lnlo' of '
Kill President. d T h1. 1G'rh reni inhdv e r l 1itm'o Ist it M ol h 0tm ltut, Wat'lt hi *4di'ti0 .o lt ttI hit64
New o'orl, Aii 0 tim T'l story of |fryda hitittstll' a ir lth'ya as wit lr atDM 't,>tn' L'ettl teio attc(onilgry tionIlm1
anl alh, ld lo I to i misita e all I't. r o l. o' eat it oTurt of lih, iii t',ll eh l rmi, laySe am il'i.< '
deat ok st'v rll4 whlir.ihi. pii i tit v.t .i WI tlw, Jaie K'it 0k1t0r t,'!r K t ( I ot tho fart uthown Ii (lt eid ild lit ;
tahe.i phi vCdA tMo 1e 0.nlli111y 41 hc It 11' 14 w d lls i ist m1 e t i ( it M stAo, iil .wIti a t iltll ith (tl .
al l m i n i il vu t i n lu ,\ l > toi t o u y n it t t o I*<1o # 4 1 ,b i t Ihtti o t 011 (1 1 w i1
i'vm fi' Ve bdy' Ill tw >i 40 ''t'f4In I'' t'f '' .'I : i i ii o lr pItr I' t(' a it.I,; (1tt 'i eoR~it jt t' i t i t-It ' iayLev')' a rihttci1 .ro i i l n i rl otulI 1, ,i 0 ir ,haia, l*', l ,atIit o of the (0tAOp hrein u tl r nlui l! ai nipty itont l
AtS'ctlSnd A hitl Ota friiu tin 9 ihtuaulii' 1 h i tu Ol iri4 p al000hir,' i'li ii :tw .t e ,1 tuuiu to hll ltH antiti ."t ti ,
u!oiit'to , No htru it i''i, ot lrt imu.llll th. th, eh h ,tl i Th lollitot el. Tiem f i(tll' iinlif t,0r i
ptS Idoni T hitt' ,lt< r r' i staIe.,d i r""I 'r"e '""i " "itt ''l l A" hi lt Ioii il tI I? t .t ,u t thir M f tom (hs put .. .ti.ou t t o (ho

.ste Han tin n which i....II m il err r u'l JtifM r or a ''ai t r itllt ra m.n e
n11d ftll dt tIli s oIi' nt.le ot lot, VERB ARE ...C..OINO la 'negliK @nc !-4e ui lt tief. 'lart, t hluu
and wiho th e itnlit n r ihd 'Iiit In' on l is ry, tiithlttet Ih ip wait, itily l p
9s iii'tor a s ai. toi hle tel l a t : o teo nhi Some Better :It FlOod sti l i tr l W lI hinai f s it er loM t )l Hi n a < ( 'tr lols 1 o |l(, ( lil l ,it l ll)tBl+ f ll f i ld '
wat fa iit 9tO a nt i ittit I is i''1( ilho .. ..e f th.e :oel :I't m "i t ,lt 4 ti'ii ted ii)' MI 1hISIS +..tr"V
0 0a 1 I fy n, n n l l h, M avroh, k < 0 + u r, irl A mtl h I lI--4 A fill' -l- -i La1' it i
ti)ilve. how v was 'pnurly one of spit">',+h' thh' part ... t si y Iti u ....r it ... wlu lust. nd s ti'W. acuoen ..
o thy mai who t i rro t' I ii ,r. it ue of u V i ll wi.. .t *n :' .. i 1 ; ...
* It' Wli found tat the ld.,,..'lD. I 'tt1 ..l a 'ni t.i tmillthe"m n "+tiimUtS4t O|< t as's),f'i iltttlltflW116teiIii? I 'lii ait ' vI 94'I. i otwielvn of-"lf V Itul)4 of '
was" te< a "n' a'narohlat, ti. l,, h,.ihit I ug me h, i l u,. si. '. t -.^ I id be' n, a t .ild On tothe Itrt.': It( e ut ahit i
(A e`ll ed with w teruI ,lWl t 1lll Ih ri It tril
"'~ rf c t r ig h t, i .i ,m1 ,h oJ1,, i :m ( ry1 4" W1 a' .t. .t 'ri "o' i l e d o f
l i e a s o'.e.l ito t t n o p o rc i t i !0 o h e l md O' wn)i 'i i l ,.. "'o t e t
'f '*ih 'leitter it ;I[ 'i,it' i to td f ad fit',, ' 3' ' t 'l d. t t 'it .t. u ', t +" r 1 rt uol'sm iAa .H :.''.
S -, rha,'q -of ,the a n t"l0 l pl *l"ly maode*im. ', ,'t. i' ri 'il .. .. 4,A
111dm fr all. r t'l'r civil ittiut tic+ m'e'u'i I .

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coin the. Stotti at atuul t 11) 'ett e r tti'Fso d Th 0r tatle t i.t
Sp,,otort t't #oftIt'tl.5itt(I ,Younit la oa!.h oL alff tMl
M ,,issippI offers Proe,'u,, L u.eh uer.tsy, eten it 1te15 liii" of,; it 1101 t ls tm f i t,'h l, o.

, ,n9 of a N +jro. 4t!t ti W 1 river 1i rttrim twlial h iher ta ipr 'i tt" ('t iy Y e.j ai w ,pr*

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dial I'nvI' station o to ali who deire to
come,
Not zly will thowe present have the'!



so 04 0 ,Bbotfles.': "file -orktire day

pleaseter ant lea nb the oagr uisioalnd*


chargemof he sld ba we) ats well t-d,
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peoa t 0'o t he' preen iat.h.10 their


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Thwibedeomitteeol't aith envaro tad
prise Or, T'hosM cLeod, Areh Av.
rtes had John Whb opraet, which is a
asiemeein t ha o everything willbl'e car.
p df1e of tha lstsati sato try tand s-'


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l' e tt an John' '.ti Wi o ite, whobi is





lonit.in aIt elssOtherNotes .
I Aribet, March 80 .'The many
trited$ of lWis Pffi'hotloisn' will be
paintedd tlearn of herdeath, wh(oih 0"
: ed4 Satuirday morning at the homeI
oJf'her. a ster.,:Mrs. 9,Fry al She'wasr Ia.
eat s ffrerftostol oiu anmi, ut
with true (i l for 'tue endure

| |irt J'hieral services erge on ted at twhe.
1 4"" :eadi :f: ly to "': ."
Prosbytoriam ohltiol by lA0. Mi'tontl
1, lo W AAn lSuiiayla t : '10 a.' i. t, i'heb
llttO'ment w" made In the Areloer
eple itery, M ra r. (olson of. lrad-.
ntown' ottamel.oi'Sfatutrday oveting,
b' .was too late to see hoer-lster alive..
:The .s .ath* of the 'comimlnilty goes
out to the bereaved relatives
S. .ihaniblnhas gone to Wood.
ruff .. .:',0., his0oldi hime, on business,
: Ap t. td eo. indgilter-y of the 8,a-
b oard Air Linie railway. arly r lird (Ii.
vi lon, hal mioved his family t uArcher.
They arte in th) cottage formerly ioun.
pled by Mr. iDorty.t i
M: iss Wall r of Ai aki Ciy is, vWi'ti
Sher alsAtor, Mhr. Eloilng, and while


O lopy t'
itt e 7tl Annie, and 'lied, l ..6....
O Olileo tmi, and,: Miso S.iton ,of At*
r olnta are the ue tsof Mr. 'nd Mr,
"^ :; ^ .... L, JacksfofnO.:,iroli ..ii .W .+, :^r h ll ^li,
.1 :Mrs, / liutgh s.Wa daughter, Grade t
1are i'' lt.intg rela tives n Tami l pai
I.. 'nvitati are out for 'the weiing
of NIs8 Aninie Smifth id Mr Lloyd of
ordele, a. The wedding will be at
the Presbyerian church ono April
the 7t,.d..
FANNIN NOTES.
vte' u l ggesftllon to eorg e Lynch.
W'ather'is Very Dry.
i : lw e it.:.-W.. a ,,ire having
saoe Very dry weather now. Them busy
armer are gol*ing to be' complled to
step plrttli.ng 0el' account of 'the' .
droutho, 'A'


ood busies j under the management
f.f., I'o it a7' ,res tii el^y, al'thumgh we
'M Suathqt#4 hd 4" 4ho dlt
teainlng ha4 Wt $l\l) XtI l4e is Ath M
Liit would h'wil fr h64 t6 0 4i


Sold by All Drugowsts


TJ iITY ,TICKTp
NCmienationsAre AIll In, and Complete
LIst is Now Pblished.*
The timw having lapie4 for' l t~
nomination of OAl04tas ft1 r city of.
flhes,'TiThe Satit' pris ie ,iame. t
noitnitees as a matter tofiormua.
tion' tptiolti electors. ul t
The clee~.tiowill be lhld the tsecon
Taiesday li pri' whliob wtill be the
12th. All ity oitoers.and three alder
men are to be 00l tetd,thei ity ofilolals
for one y earo t thialderen;b for two

The followitng his the tickeftc
o oinayor, W; ,' Thomma ;.for !flr.
64sh 1, Olas. Pinko ori; for clerk and
treauiirser,1'; ,: Mixey Iell; r, br collie.
to' 'r, T, B l !i; for l.aetor. P, A.

Ruh11, W. M, XBrgadiord and L.11 Doug.
; forf aldermen, G(Ueo. 1. Broome,
A.,J. MeArthur, 0. 0, Pedrick, A. :!N.
Wittatook.
R.' M Rt hal been-servhig the city'
al tax assfss'or for the past three years.
Qit tWP e adite! for ildernil
all with th1' exception of A. iL. WVitt-
stock 'are now incumiibenit, aniid ar
eoHididatem for reoelletiuon.
The voter pays hia money and. takes
his choleo.
Removed to Ocala.
The nlUinitcoi. frlonidsils thil city of
M.I andi t Mrs. W. 3, enby and MrsN 8.
A. lludgins will 'egret to learnt that
after antly years' residence here, they
will tsako O eala their future home.
M ll )enhy hlia beenat oala for some
tihe, where he' holds a lucrative podt.
tion with the Marioni Htardwarte Com.
pny. ie.oaine to. .a ln day'tir'tho purpose o"f packing his
hotiutiol p'r0d ood pepaittory t re-
iv. wl9o the olori tyk:. -..
My 'dMArs. Deuby departed yeatr.
ay tfot GOla They ,will I)e followed
toay by Mr. Rtgina, o will o
inu toilmake hir home'with lMr. a d
Mrs. Denby, They have been general
,l fasori he, .and tt i. of
Uhinvtlle bie .:d them goodbye. wthl
re roes . .. .. ;._" _. ,
Proper .Trtmns.t of Pneu.monia.,
Pouniionia hi too ian gerous a dis.
cati fo anyone to a.tte.tpt '."t, dostfr

iroletrvelelideat hiand. A pih.sii
mhiould alw ay be called,. 4Itabuld
1h0rieiil (dIM ver,.that. eo
ens ublts frimst: ou irfrort
inhg thrtthe 1f ia n-
0 'wWIt'dod' ,This remedy M a

; L ,L*tho Dr.
alok a (Iitirtalt mil


40 ii4t rf ea a divisions. .I
"Tte bIll follows the rithe h enda' o bh,
ions oh tie reprt ofBthe royal com
i n o ,t~igrat t ion issue Aug.
1'.lA to the tapnigationu of ,er
n eLses of aliens ito w the h nI6ed
Ilgdow obe ,sbiJectid to state coi?

pougla-ss o storduing the measure Ie
ltrreda to the crease n crime due
o ,the admislo Ofi clar s stof aliens
i tlhis wclty' who would be ref.d *
4di4c4ton Into the United Istates,
There was no intention, the ecretary
eplalined, to tutetfep e witl tthe immi;-
oratic of ooreligner, bu on .ly with
the class oft undesirable minigrdants
i*0 had displaced the British. laborer n
0a0 pt hed4 t e english out, of dewf.
.i~s'I thy formerly had c* pled, with
the, result that the feeling between
foreyigbersI and Britlshers, especially
tn.Lonidon, wet becoming, g a serious
menace to the maintenance of law i
'and order.
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.
isr. W. W, Baker of Plaitividw,
Neb., writes; "My wife had lung g
trouble for ,over fifteen years. We
tried a noibet of doctors and spent
over'a tloosatd dollars without any
r.lieff; She was very low atnd Ilost alI


joys better health than she has ever
kitownIn ten years. We shall never
be without Foley's honey and Tar and
would, ask those afllloted to try it."
8od4 byJ. McOolln, & Co..-
IMPORTAN'r SURGICAL DISCOVeRYV
Lun'~ o a Humain being Can -Now
Sp.. ., rated Upon.'
,'IeNev Y'. k, r atch'1, i,-A celebrated
Brw ,a: suion Is'expected to m ale
t*tthN w 's'<' annual German '.sirgl.
r 'ongre'. the lArst announceniant
oIif ani it unii providing for thl, ex, J
pori'e 1of t.e In nan lungs for opera.
tivea piurpots, sae,, a iiy herald dispJatch' Th

1 xpc1.ta ready acquainted with the ,(-y
pwews :.Kay t(he inventions will widely


inoreisa the 'range of clhesut surgery
and Tpertttions.
It conisftls of an airgtight :eabin(t,
holditn gthe patient and two operators,
the atht'its Twapd protrudlig through
an ,ol.eaInlg at tl e d, Tlto prilnd.i
.ple Intvolved-l'Ai the reodctlon of tlhe
.lir rl.ianii aroiundti the exposed lungs
as to preveoit Its collapse

It SaveR d HiL I *o.


P. A. Danforthi of LaGrange, Ga,,
qufTered for si nionlihs with a fright-
uii runnlihlg Ibore 'rhis 1g, but writes
that Biicklen's 'Arnica Salvo wholly
cured it in flve days. For ulcers,
wounds, piles, it's the best, salve in
the world, Cure guaranteed. Only
25 ct, i old by all druggists,
PROMINENT TELEGRAPHER DEAD
Well Known Slinger of Lightning'
Passes Away In Chicago.
(Chleaga, M(rch !10..-Henry A. Iuo,
garlus, perht.p.- the moat 'wldely
known tw leyraiph olPerAtiir in Atmemlica,
Is dead here In a. sanitarium.
lhogardns had a itiunhliue lisltory. 'e
waes orn 'itl Rohesttr, N. Y., about
iO ea onrs a .. 1 and on the deatlh of 'hisa
Wite Iecame an inveterate traveler.
'Old loy' as li he has been familiarly
linotit. for a quarter of a century.
had "wnr t"t4 oV et.ry telegraph flee
of importa~nee 1" the United States,
Cfanada and' 31ixlo; le l'a said:d to
have trIa ver i the continent fronm
cat toi eoat, a.indt from .Me xim o to
aliitnoba, mfore- than & hundred ti-es.
Working Overtiiie.
ight hoar laws areA ignored by those
tirelessMIt tlWe rorkeu a--iDr. ing's New
Life Pi.; Milions. are ,always at
work lhllt aItd day, duringg indiges.
tlon, 'bi ti as ontspstons, bel:
oilda 44heutd' stomach liver i
'eltPo ul0 '3By.,pteaMant,.safe,i

'Grantol LoaesB of A,4se4lnce.
WavstttWp 'i t M ltlg: t (i3'Ati tig
San'otiititr :alloig t*enn Ate a i-m01 t
5bs^ue" to 411 ptalalsiitp er of s*eoa( '
and third claiA postoilyeeg wo wiho
.to attnt tie convention of ip ?f-
tlonal Assc$tatin Ot PattanWtors f.
eo*4 4lla Tihird Class te tot-
oes' to b bebld SIn B t M I Uay ,


but regular action cannot becur
enougWi bile to, mak lThe nts'
tliejr Unu~ ud n. ea~
al and l~creaslng doses. tt
the results.



and Feve'r, a d
S M-alrI4l, 81(loui, Remtlii
hitting Fevers, iand, by golg$ to Stl e
trouble, works pirmanenFt YuCeAT
^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ IT CENT:*:'^ PEi^ i.. ..^TT~^ ~ j^ R' ^
" il *' l .* '** l- 'iii'* i' ** 1 :'.1 ^ ^ 1 1 -* *1 1 1 1 1-1 ii : *" * *- ^ ** *1 ^


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THE AIANCE
S OF EAST
is best typified in e l' tri(
whether for store, factory,
resident ce, bh urc h o o I O r( i
S in a variety of lamps, itiost artist
7, beautiful in shape, f S ornsa Atif tu i mh dlat0(o
the public,
GAINESVILLE G
s^^T TI|0 LIGHT .I


c7LYDE L77TE


acksonville and New Vork
Oalling at OHARLESTON, 8. ., both ays
be Finest SteamshiFpIn the. p iSi
de New England a 4,


"ig"at liar eton both ways,
.S]MxI-W'WExKXL-y- SA.XT.,LN GS G-
Southbound ... i.........From Lewis Wharf, 1 stoia
Northbound...... .......... ro.m Foot ofCatheri1ii ht., Jacksonville
_, y..* *

Ciwlve St. Johns River Line
3Between JAC KE.ONVILLI napd SANPo-Irr
Stopping at 'alatka, Astor, St Francis, Bereaford (DeLand), and Interilli
Landings on St. Jolns River
Steamer "CITY OF JAXOKSONVILLE,"
LesvesJaeksornvle 8;80 p. ..w Sundays, 'Tuesdays and Tliursdays,
Leaves Sanford 9 :0S a, 111. Mondays, Wednetiays and Fridays.
Si n ,Is appointed to sail as fohiows:
Sotitliboutind
Send down, SCHEDUL r,
Leave 8:80 pm.............. Jacksonville...... . A.rriv, 2:I:
:45 pa .... ... . ....... Palatka.., ..... ..... .. Lav :
8:-00.11 1 ........ ... .......... Astor................. .. ..2:
.4:30 ami. ....... .. ......... Francis ...... .
m Arrive an ........ ... Beresford (DeLand)... ..... ():
.Sanord............... .....
0. 0 n .a. En terpris 10.
GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET FFIOE 204W.B AT.JA NVl
w aRM, ONMONGItR, J., Astuc-i. P. Agt. 2(M Westo Bay a t-Aksonv ile. i
FA.. O : AO EaRTsr een. v nC P na o an street, Jac sonvile.er
ITHE T Ci. GER, Ce eo n N. t.Ar
( le n e ra l M IarS ge ,r. ' 'W Pe n e.ra Ag eui
Cenera j Agenit,.


Gainsesillea & Gul alway mpa]

THE FRUIT & VI TABLE ROUTE
OF L( RIDA.
Time Table in e i et July 5, 1908.

DH No. 4. No.2.2
'Exc't ,Daily Daily "'. ATI ON t lNo. 1 a. No. t i
unday i I . ,, ... D IS

rV PM f PM Lv A ,o... :. '
... .. R ,;. ;l" . .. A A'

a10 .......






I, . .
8 ,1 B.. r .1k' "e u t , i, v, 5
S 0 8 1. CT1
loak
".i A r ..... A C t.
J-8K4 ;- '
r++ .+ ,-. .;: :; : tp i


:


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'end -win.,,
3oe W60rHe, .


i e ""e to the.
Eni^ght, ill from
+o, and otherwise
acitated from the
e a pitiable .ight
Prclay was picked
ti.,Cromwell and
e rousing of. the
QzGuf and Atlantic
de Wedftsday night,

H terfoon. a 'ouple of
iys came to the city
.Croniwell that they
|te. mn lay ing in the
crossing, aid that they
i dying, as they tried to
d could get no satisfac.
ge from what he had to
4mwell secured a team,
l1y with Mr. Howell,
lately to thle jithction,
,adno trouble in locating
Ani the description given
0 boys, Hle was brought
iwe e he was as comfort-
c"Ias possible by Mar-
i officer Cromwell,
04A,:'bee lhe county jail.
'mnfortunate 1. is n a
condition." He could
ithlistaiding the efforts
't,: im to make him
H esfl not- seem,. to poo.
I faculties, though lle.
Sco iidered demented,
ing .ftonm two' severe
he hedad which have
Seal or his face away,
hi' seemn to give him great
n this afflliction he seems
(lng, together K loss of
est. Hie could l Il.l lhis
from papers found ullp> his
*was ascertained that hia
ebert Barclay, that lh is a
d that his original home is
New York. He carries
IIV ag rics ( Aniion,

gdaster of the Atlantic.

a mai laying in the woods
rossing of that line and (
ville and Gulf Monday af.
at did nol consider the mat-
!y,.as he blieved him to be f
having that ajipearance in 0
h paid no attention to this
ian was brought to the city,
noident was recalled. t
will be reported to Chair-
as of the county Commnias-
ay, when it is expected that r
inate man will be taken to


the Mayor's Court.
'ih, boy, I'se er minister oh
an' Idon't lstan' tcer hear
languageto de fair (?) sex,"
the colored barber preaAhe r
doaray at am *iarly hour
morning, when M Cray
hard. things. to a passing
olored damsel on West
et. It.appe.ared that Me-
mlaking goo-goo eyes and
to lthe dameel who resented,
igan a "cussing spree" by'
sa tinime the barber-preachOL
Sbe passing and McCray's
chehd his ears. Indignant,
It that had been offered to
", ,he naturally avnd very
hinted them, whwmn MeCray
he preahmer aid paid himn
I -ept" which wouldn't
inditrertion, came, expen-
? presehcr caused hm s,
ll arsligned I the mayor's
^wl^hn the evidente was all
lnat him, Mayor Thoma's
a jiafity and fined himi
4 to.e pere paid, but
.thing or .wo

Saied the Pihysici.art.
S6f adoeah. Ky.,
A5Yse 5 oase of kji
W ( the b .st .


Ma bottle, en ld
: ,ga i..,wd .


Pp~rpoof ft1
,iAaras, w i




of the best "i
one of the be
eop( Mosthi

forthe N4ad thi
company. dI
are of 'soldier
takiti it ai~tog
feel prod of
.teneoral Fos
paniion. Bein
type which m
joys the friend
whoIm 'he co!
know him tenll
feel like lie h
timo. lie is t
viHe, and hav
here, arrange.
could spend at
he declares he
day he has evi
looked it.
(Gieneral los
departure todi
niglit he will
Ocala .itleg.


4 ioto 6o' De 4, w* sI ,ltei W iIE:'. C~ TTON DJ PA aI
,, ....pet i s A 'rV t+."y5 oAnditW attl
M n e exlt t'p thedatiop, W hich. ', ASp eri ie r b 1) r, i 4 _________..__ "


h4 o ontander in-eh ief F tMiatwl ovedJr. bj 1wmould.
Wer 1e ,io fo-tht Iakiiue and VanIlandingicam. I*ST RICE PA D ', PA6 4
she:tlgthe :."oihnvile s Nasi"e Ao..toi a daughtrrt
ch 11 0spe 6ti ) was lw d who I r.Fsidi"g th this cjty was sio -




State. You hae prve a serious ncAlamith that se.- (Y
t commander and two tiont forh he has always p agoo6t,
ompetelit l "nte -InforaIatiowIan, riecveFiO
lie said," wh acedun( h w receive
at.you have an exoellent in this eity eat a late hour last nWight to
notee, to, thatr th niet tbe effec that er. Menroh passed ..
iry w bea 9ing 1as a 1rule, aoild away at 7' .p, m, 'Vd-neo dat py'.
teth r(, Gain oeville d sh o ui 'd .- l1
her iitary c a nlam tory. Rheu matis Cured. ". a.Baeabtihtnij buahzeseil,,.i 'a, n or a "tt10'
Ch AOcankcountsoliratorns, f rmesv 'Wei 0
oer is a m ust aiT tbl eorn. W illiai n Sheai er, a brake.vn, of taarae, Speotaltsti tieato v n oolleoso
g of that true Soutiern Denuson, Ohio, wa e oor, d to hslt t' o oe e "
akes oneaffable, he en bed for several, wees with minilmma
diahip taof everyone with tory reumatism. "I used many. rent. O AS'urT.e.i N

minute makes a fellow M aw' dug ore or ot ....... ............


nsa number of friends and in onO week's time was ble : to go aoo
d his itinerary So that l1t work as happy as a clam." For salby 0 m
is extra day here, M which all druggiss, a, U S" U I. U.011 j .-fS a d. a ,


Svijoyeu as muct as any
er passed in his life-antd

fter expects to make his
ay for Oeala, where to..
mako inspection of tho


Obituary.
MrsJentnie W, Steenburg died sud.
denly atther home in North Gainea-
Yille, March 24, 1904.
She peacefully fel asleep to awake
in her Father's house of matny
mansions, whlo r pain and sorrow ca
never come, and where there are
pleasures foreveMirore--the place the
Saviour went to prepare for hlias dti
.cigl; thtre she is sarvilg Him day
and night in his t.emile.
11er health for several years had
been very feeble, having been stricken
with' parialysis about four years- agoi
Although a grent sufferer during the
closing days of her life, she bore her
suffering with Chlristian fortitude and
ii. a spirit of submission and imeekliess,

her lips., Having an abiding faith in
God's promises, she endured, astseeing
liin who is invisible, and could say in
rull confldene, Ohat the sufferings of
this present tinW tire notu worthy to bet
compared to thoe glory which ishal Lbe
revealed hereafter, and smrely these
afflictions have worked out for her a
far more exceeding i alJ eternil weight
of glory.
Though scarcely abhi to walk for tlio
past few yoars, she rarely ever utisetid
tho imorninlg sorviet's in their I'risbyter-
ant church, of whieli shli haduut en a
devoted iminh'iei'r C've'r sioo 1 hwIr
*esidtline iin Fl'oridla.
'She loved her Saviour andl is
church,
i Ir sweet ontuiiilon, miol emn vows,
lior hymim of love and praisee"
IBtfore I0' wais At ril!k bhy tidl kiidnti(Iss mt l'her a tminister-
ing aug'l in uliany homes. All .of her
friends and neighlior haid nothing hult
good tI say of her. She b1aut.ifully
,xeinplilfed, ii hr daily lifo, that
greatest of heaven' dosctiid.ed virtues,
Christian lhive. 0 .


Having hIft her, homne and fri.eiinds on
*earth, shl,' its gote to her home i in
heavdi, where shoe can ..bhe.lold thih
Kg it l bhmaty., atid hI. forie-'er
with her loved buwe, who, before iher,
(f l. asleep .io ,u i. .J. '
After, appropriate and inpIre sive
services in th( I'reobyterian church,
March iW. 194l, her bodly was laid to
rest i v, rgreeln cone.toAry, In the
preatuic t of relative, ansid a large
titumber of ritend*, to: await their
trumpet of lthei returrection ntortn
"Blessed be ithi dead which -die iu the
Lotd," ( SK Wi.i KNNwHIt, i.
More Riot, '
l)iuOrbees of strikers atr, )ot
nearly as tvrav, as an iadivid'ual diser.
der of the ,system, Overwork,. IosM of
Oleep, ne*rvo tension .Will bse fnihed
by utter colUapse, ,une s. a relii.ble
remedy im.nmsdliti.ty tmplol~d.
There'ss ii'nving oeffieeaie d ciue t*.
ortlwers f the h#Ier or ki4ney a ile..
iie 11tters. Il's a awdorfNl tonic
Aji 'aa.ttleit nor itsi, ot the grer tsg
)Sri& t st w itiIY 14r r 0 4 0 1 2a 4

steia rsraptedd by Hgf.p
.t9:tfi~~.fe'kt. ri^ *;';:;.


Women as Well as MevI
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.


Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dlis
courage. and lesien ambition; beauty, vigor.
S ,. and cheerfulness soon
d iappiarwhen thl kid.
nlys are out of order
-or. disease..
1Kidney. tr-uble htas
S. becor s preovaient
thatkit Is urntot omm4ion
forla ch0(1, wro bn. tqre
Affliqa with Weak kid.
arable s wt eys. f, the chid "tr.o
r7 -ate,, (to rer. vq th
ntdr itsi eM tho e ste or t, when th hildy
T ;ld-f and g"Ag n e aish! id e a bia to
Uwntrol Rho Pe oot iets yt alfl t :af snol
bed-wott n,. 0ep4dd uoon i itthe us 4
hI dtttouy ou isktaoey t4y ub4, id the intI
e botu b ard h trmem ~~i
(hei* important orans. This, tnpl asmoni
troubleiso66 to a disOW4(d cf'iaiten vi
kidrety and bladder atd not t( a habit j
bmoit people suIppose.
Womno as well as men are mado nites
enable with kidnev and bladder iroubte,
and both inicd the saine t>eat renmedy,
The mild and the rnimediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized, it Is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar

free. also pamphlet tell- ris rh,,t,,ap t
ing all about It. Includlnf trnany of the
Ithusands of t jtlrmonial ,Ilet.rs. rtcItv from sufferers cured. In writlio Dr. Klltmer
& Co., Singhamton, N. Y, be sure and
mention this pa>er.
Don't niako any mistake, lut runlo).)>
bor theo Siiiti, Swamp.- oi, Dr. Kl-.
ner'l Swanipl-Root, inn1 toh' iiddretism
lihnghamtoin N. Y.. on ivecry l)(bottle.

.IAIN ENVlII 'S FA VOItl


Alachua Pool Parlors,
'. ltre, I'roprli'tr,


,iqated iU the l'orte'r I'Ilock, south
sldl .'lt., :l, ThrOe first elapas ..tables,
(oo lIghts, a'. .,rumpt atiil dourtn i uu
er ieew. The publle '- 'or, i lly invlted
and always wel"uni. '


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Id the 1ojlegq IMliny
,and Colonel Norneil
pr' T urprise.;-A Very Ejoy-'
STuesday Afternoon,
'uestlt.y March 29th, the reg-
thly prize drill given by thie
Sa t determine which one
if the? sh Id wear the gold -medal
offered by S priuntendent .iGuilliams
for the young laJy showing the great-
at, niprovemen 6" took place on, the
4amptsat the bar taks.
ienMeral Foater, adjutant general of
the Statse with Coa, Norvell, U. S. A.,
on dished duty looking after State
troops, were visitors at the seminary.
The young men of companies A and
Bmnder'their respective captains, Her-
sog and Giles, with Major William
WheelIr as superior officer, first gave
a flne battalion drill whieh was high.
ly o.mplimented by the inspecting of-
Company B of the young ladies, of-
eeIe y Captain Alma McOook, then
ed.upon the campiu.q The piaz-
e'crowded with spectators in-
watching the drill.
anies gave first an exhibi.
p i hln, followed by a pole
he prize contest was made on
'mb beli drill whih followed,
r whiah was condu'ited. by.. Major
,ioY. The medal for this contest
a won by Miss Marguerite (trintegfel
Company B Mss May Pound
ofCompany A 'was second-best.
eterafl 1'r, who is a very hand,
e sad mingoiished looking ofi-
ier, iade a short speech while our-
ropihjd by an admiring group of boys
sad gjla of which he and Miss String.
f fowwW-re the ei enter, and at its close
'decorated the happy young lady whtim
'.th.beautiful medal. .
s. MeCoCllo'm iMrs. Littlehield and
StilFenell were the judges of this
The battalion drill given by the

$jor Will Wheeler, Capt. West, Capt.
4il4l, Capt. Herzog, Lietitenants.
Wiitntey, Wilcox, Zewadskl, H.: F.:
hetfy I P. Robles, Color Sergeant
oia'sleau, and Sergeant Graham, all
ppearjrg 'ir full uniform.
*ol/ Norvell,. an officer wlio a-i
served forty-six years in the United
;I"tates Army, said : am amazed, I
hliadnoidea of the excellence of tin'
work being done here."
JOLLY MELROSE PARTY.
Mrs. .King Gave Delightful Picnic and
Boat Ride-Candidates Speak.
Melrose, March 30.-Mrs. F. M. King
gave, oe of the most enjoyable picnies
everremeliibtberedby the good folks of
"Bonnie Meltose" on Tuiesday. hay-
n. 'chattered the steamer Alert for
the 4ay the gets 'met at the wharf at
l 'iia. m here thesteamer' was look-
i ngs a ,gy'as inany filmg could make
her, Amoost"reifrshing sail was' en-
joyed as .far as Earleton, and after fe-
leetitig a pioturesque spot,+. th.d tables
wee 0 priead with a most dliious and,
ontmtflt repeat, which .wa done
amipl justiee to by the hungry erowd,
tard were next In ovder, uhnttil .bout
4 pi m,, when a: most lovely rettiurn
trip alon the shores of the lake was
be*gAetcompleting a 'perfect day.
Tihreq alerts were given for Mrs..King
itliettehppy crowd:' dispersed for
ot, aTde:ourtesy otf Capt. ,-Wees
S ,~h pl1pr 'I te photographs were tkesti. by
F. krri ,whlts Will be, olri ed 5
inCrm 1tt 45 pf titisjoyfri o.ason.:
Th* re,0andidates for county. u-
jitNittlQatent" of scho61s foo A ,achbu
SOouty ~ddreicud the.citi~e' ofat Mel.

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a gave another enS of
*teres en her travels
ml at the Msthodiet
psdaylmlght hewIl
a )'igypt at the La
lI. Tis pill be' the
slea f free Jautres
Lierr 8uet iet


4,is tl neofitled for njl
tppeite, and. ll t
3 : itIom readilting fmxteage
gagieent liesrtoxti;.1
a.d. b owels, It'
rlleves contipat an
reipoveisall inmpul itetri
tlieaystoei. Flty eft4 a
bottle .t all' 4g to re
Moaleys Lemon ito3l.:opI
inmed la tely rea ougha,
colds, sore throaa.4d bron-
chitis. 25 cent a. bottle,
* ".g ozley's:

-Lemon Hot Dro0ps
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DEATH OF MRS. THOMAS, .
Noble Lady of Rochelle Passed Away.
Sunday-Personal Montion,.
Rochelle, March 40,--Mr, and Mrs,
Letson of Micanopy spent Sunday ini
our midst.
Miss LIrzie Ttcker visited the oen-
tral City Friday.
Mrs. E. F. Zetrouerand sonare vim-
Iting relatives.t Tampa thia'Week,
A,3J. Pattersbi of Prairie Cityy visit
ed o "r twn Sunday.
Earold Hook 'i now working for the
AtlantlOoast Line,* ...
Miises. MAle Adams. aid Maid
Coulter atre viItingl relative, at Invier.
nesa this week.
Mls8 Anna lIholsb of Alabanma It the
guest Of .MlSalle Pfprry." .:
Drew Camera, after a pleaaint visit'
at his ftunt's, returned to. Madli'on
Monday.
8. F. Brooks traveling for th.
National Blsouitcompapy, was in our,
town thit week. We are always glad,
to see Sam when we need-a-biaeoit.
Little Miss Dora D'Ike of (Gain-fs-
ville isthe guest of relatives here.
Mrs. 8. Van $esesf Obala is visiting
her parents here.
The friends of Mrs. L, Guthery are
Sth her in the loss of
a,, which
sad event occurred at her iome on
Sunday morning, Deceased was a
native ofa Solh Carolia., tut eanoe ti
this State. a t unlier of years ago,,
where sh 0iase reared a iarge and
useful family. Sh10was aniember if
LthW Uaptist church, and was always
a faithful worker. l1ev, E, B.. Clark
of Iligh 'Srings conducted thie icr-
viees, which were beautiful and Im-
pressive, It' mLaude an i impressive talk
upon the life and character of the de
basede d antd there wor few dry eye s in
tlh congregation when he concluded,
It was :t s&cne of grie.t and sadness,
The intenment was held at Providence
(tuimtery and a large cortegC followed
the remain to the last resting place.
The floral decorations were .aiitl full
At the time of her deatl sh!e 'te
eighty years old,. he deceased is
survived by one son -nd one daughter.


Curbs'Sciatic RhsumatlsM..
Mr...A.' E; simpson, ,509 C'raig t.,
KnoaivilIe, Tenn., write', June. 10.h,
189t:. "I have been trying the bath:,
of H'ut Springs, Ark., for. latie.lrhet-
matism, iut 'get more relief. fron
allard's Snow 'Liniment thaa a
medicine or anything I have evoer
tried, Enclosed find potoflBma Order
for $1 l. mnd me a lirge bottle by
Southern Bxpresr," 8uld by Johnsto,
,ros.'
Marriage at. Parsonage ..
G>asa McCa o add Miss.Olara Purvis
('Cedar Key were.quet Jy marriied t
the pr a Karsuh Neth d
Cit .Chreha i,. th ct 't W edzssay.
Rev. W. J. Carplnter. offl.at i



seas Orsm0with th e pr epttiO f
.a ,,r ad ",. M1u Pun'air' 4 t's
o( .the bride, and D~r, WS, MeA!t, ,


'p* tnlmat!aty Vfriends, B


theaon gn life ,$ epnoblat Isp

SMrs. C. PeM5ts.e U e4* *
peka, Ea .
iforeheaad $pltK g-awsr ^N


i 6m tl ctatulsed t

It is th 1. it4 4nd th- se had
4 quarrel oIot ''ltd i4n 1 ilit oveot
money; It i sOid the i ts o owe
.iTplefty tbt the Megtro 4 ,awro4
nit'el Ir lt the w 40or eti br ae ro;0a
that V'QhlpWy hiad to pas on his Wt:6
homse, a sud tot"t when CThipley ihowi
along they lnegro i mttl l bot- barrel
of a shoti Nt, .it Ia oy
t:gA trewaerd has been iftered for the,
oarre;t of thilendgo 1

How to Keep Youthful.
"Theou shalt not grow old" ian l n-
written labw which every sensible moan
and womat aya toobserve. Ai how
udo tisys asiitp-liv y by
keepyig the oyotrp in perfect tprima
thoremgh the de of a toItti like: (Iteen'
Au ast r lower. They keep their
blood pure, their diKgeston good, their
lIver active, thlO f vitality normal and
theBrapiritabuoyantby the regular and
judicioa use of August Foipwer-and
thue keep youthful and happy. Trial;
bottles 2o. tlBig bottle, 74a at John-
son Bro' .
Deputy Jailer Klled.,
Columbia, Ky. March s -Deputy
Jailer Marvin Coinovi'r, f Adar otoui
ty, w'w shot An4 killed today., .by Al*
bert Burton. a broi.e.r otf Tot,' r
ton., whom ,'ner, In company iWth!M
Deputy She:rlIt Vaughasn,. had ,sone" to
1(ret,s. The later escaped, but Or 4lw
nity !herW Vantisy, who lIr on him"
nahter .plonver w*d ill ed. t tinko h't-

S Tr e Avrted.
S"J'~ut in the rtloe of timea our little
boy w- saved," writes Ml W. .t.
kin of ?lsaasant CIty, i- o,. ", Pou-
maonIa had played ad havoc with himt
t1d a terrible nough set 'ii h eslides.
Dotors treated him,l t; hi 'grew *
worse evtory day, At. length we triel
* Ki's lew )iscovery for Aon-
sumptikit, aud ourldarlinu was saved.
HTe's now seind 'tss wite ll," t lh"'; ry
.tdy ought to kn~o it'i the omily sure
o r f for 'oougbsi iold* .'ainia 'ai luing
disease. ( us r% l d vallH dru iats.
Price 6a and $1. Trial bottles frepo


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Sair Had,


.tlotto O a8e sotc *f .tteplotabll etlectM S fn a h te itt
ivd. As hand^pe prg ea tand the 0 i
more deeply poisoned, boila tnd 'acesea an'u4 ord
yetWo spots appear upon the akin.' When th&e tois a
aft to frmat and the mWorobes and gertnuat t:Ittipy 1iA
the blood, ive and Kidney troubles ttid other rte toiplicati
aise. AW Malari begins and develt in ,the l'oodb% tt6tttatit
effective muts begin thber too. So~ S4
Sth ge rms and poiaon Ms and p OtiU5 .thq tl
bloobr and mtde its tonic tet. .the t lid" t
constttution rapily retv pet a4 tie 5ysaq
soon clear oll ft a ~ ohUis de rt ittI dl8 S. S. S, a gtu4aanteed purely veg ',tale ..remvdy,'R: 1d'pi nt
iarnlcas. Write us it youA want meiat 'l advice or an.y Ap it
toaa about your taeo This.will coat ybn nothin.. ...
t* UUFT*P~#OROG100 AtEJZ.


-: JA, M. RauBAM President


Gao. W, 1, Vice


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'in e pu iirhas orf a n, f, ,r anything itl1atllnas ,. 1 ,0
frairna!4>ttxoto.a- baifk Vanit, wI.I enav rnemy
Ity consulting us. all on or address,


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W i .,:BroWh olnd 4,hld.re of
Iile ni r ,' 4 short visit' tb
p and elatives ie firs part of-

100g1r Perflw were conducted at
aptist bjhl3@ on Satirday and
bRe oW Foster.
'l7i.',T. Bi|e of Rtoohelle passed,
'"48ghaIwvtron, on Monday e,
M11MaarttiryBan. visiting friends
ArlLfinmil' has lbeen spending ia
atys herotun iiceoont of the sick.,
| bl'ohi wife.
| # Suile MoOraw of Jacksonviile
"ty violatedd her sister, Mrs. W. 8.
r ireof ti place.
N/it SI HI0i 1PRINGS HAPPENI.NGS.
Pit Pntl Picnic Pariy-A Runaway
'Otit r.Notes oflnterest,
Ntigh Sprlings, 'Mauro( .80.-Mrs. W.
'N^ott of Sanlta si:pentl Friday And
turday with her soi, rof. 1., 1.

Oree was a fis try at :unnaganu's
| Tphusrsdsy The picoickera ware

~i r ,rwin and .utb
SA.H' Sin iUiitingher


kluimeis Bros. The hats were beauty.
d it o a large sale wo s had
e Iri Twesitloth Century 'lub mnet
ASf I ramling Friday af
.iAn inperes ting lesson' wa
diussed, after whih refresh-'
S e it of raia dlid 0lk0 were muelh

Til horses attached to LrwiJs .i ek
'eam ou- frigh teneida li rdU. 'aY w Muln

o r" t w lag ktheaknd n tie

!| il, qo rady .and .Randal
S l iniut'hehack at the time, b.ut'guc,
S iedwltitoppingl thehorses
i, of.l Is (i ltn anl .l ..epildeo icl o
iiindle ,; t niiii i ero no*W, 05po.
t ly amoni g tho child ren,
hi Oblldren's Ooulghs and .Colds,
'0Mi't Joe Moramth, 827 'E 1t A t, lut-
uhlttoti, Kan., write. "I havo given.
4- Ba1lhrd's IrtliOoutid yrup to ly ihll-
e6Io for hot g .li dtiHill for thu pthat
iui taraidId tii d it ithe el1at niedi.
tii I over used." Unlike ianny coIgh
yIrust ittoontllsi no .oliiium, ilhut will
006oth0tid hi al any -dioaslle of tht
throat or lungs n(id ler thin any other
rtiedy. i, o and li t Johniiqn
SBrO . ....
s' s.oLD IOLEN 'GOODS.
I*iArthur Bishop Alleged to Have Stolen
hoitgn and Sold It,
tieputy Sheriffl l ichard A. Lamb ar-.,
rive4 In the 4Ilty WtIdneatdy and had
1aittilody iArthur bishop,: a. young
thtito mai wioa.ii arraigiedti nd coi-
V t't selling atole1l goods ii J.ut*
Ste 4 to pay i thol of $215 and Costs n of
afltT, or spend tt uhirve, moinoth lia in the
Vffl i-i tl tilablin to vrais .the 11w.,
I 1i8n1, .th j.ptirO~tl' wa brought
htere' and placed in ielson, and will 'be-
^'^t' 0 the phospiat. ctim hi tday lii'
00b n i 0rtht Icmdolllig .
; 1t el:lgd thit BisiMhop stolee a'
| .lowdii sthOItguil if i'a party
SFort White, :,tw i*'It'to l i '
.ptoehairi "|. N the gnu, i enctli(,
Itt thp e' uvr it5.ii'i, W naturally
lest medy fTor Oonhitpaton
.ter c4 is Chawmbei ia', Stomach,

l P! O P 6ran4kdlo, .', 411r, r e
d7i(,eav, blu o aib, a per.
ltil. :Oli qauttfition,' 8iod mo

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I hopesoQlug von y l neadsyaOidaniiQ08'
I i Zlwppose their begrt4 pr butrili
gi4let lnfor bith "le r ipii lDei'iej. ahe
Jar "uerying qu)et inI ofeve iiAOthey
IMeet' can you Vo 'tfor m2" or'
ponieriing to themseltye ', ill be
we have a few andidat oe hiere
InI a vWeat End who are tspirlng to
the tesponsibitoiades of ou tiiy i (orMi '
;lonoii.r,;w. d u p "o If t I aII hool 4
boatrd, etc. Hon C. ,. Martin .lq a
,4unide hfor, nthbb6r of the sounl
board, in4 tl-is of '1hi1 ow ibCaipe to
speak. Hle s a stnach emoer't and'
:a orte friend to ,n people, 'and one
who will 1ok out, for the interest and
the' education of ourT children, Votera
of school 4istriot o. 8, t us come tu to
thopolls ohe. election day,:May 10, and
give thi nble, faitfl Democrat an
olvorwheldaning rajorlty-nwhieh will be
a credit t ousive and an honor we
owe h "
TI lso.-want to aik the votetrt to rally
to the Stipplor, of Oii) nii torgt' M,
tynch, who is a it idiao for county
,uperintendeiit o 1f ihools, Captaidn
Lynch is not only. a finely educated
and a competent inan fr the position,'
but he is a polished gcntlemati and
loyal friend ar welL Lynch is u"flyiuig
high" out here. BAittew,
iBalel,, Mar o 80,
WANT IVIAGI8TRATE RMOVeD.

Anti-Policy Society of New York Com-
plain of J.ud e
Nwv YoAr ,Maoh 3o.-a.harging wil.
Captain Hf Norton atodar 4, prtoident
of, tho' antpQiylP Ysociety, l:has canaan
tb bi 'Allw 411n pu agist0ateRe sward
Balr, aft copy of C pe1ifon in. which
on Apri 8,'he i ask the 'appellatW
4l.vision of the ttDroWe court to re-
movo the .naisthitate from office. ,
.t' If:i allegod that whilesKitni1 ?in
pol!o court tlo'; nnaistrate dlalhiargeil
certain prisohers arreatedt,'o con-
plaint of the' antipol ,lolety; i that
Silhtivquen'itly thliree fPsonoril were in.
doteed( by tti rh'tll.i( i inil, t ehat wlti
one ,oxetitlon tlhey piloaded guilty anwd
'wenO seiit0ncod,

A Favorite Remedy for Bables.
Its pleasant tatiwt and prompt cures
have mad OChatnborlain's oughh
Relmodya favorit o,with the lnotW4-
of small children, It quicklyy cures
theiotr OemighIsi and colds and prevents
aiiy daiuger of pnmeilnxiia or other
seriuo consetlquono.eaH. It ot only
cires cro, but when given as soon as
thle orpupTi ugih appears will prevent
the atitaok. For saale by all druggists
Plague Raging. -In India.
Bhiu lt,>.i, 'I Ilt|-i'h 2!i: Iiit 1104 iJlc Vall.
a hbl tii -lon i plagi o1 tiii llnx il s f i I111i
inwlerlor I; inf it ltor th.i> worck n. illi)
March 10, sqlhtl to a.6o ialin niorll
Ity .q"40.527, (ui h i rat,'a, or p 7,00Q). ovte
*th. otl (lIo f ro(pro illi n eg v l n 1ifl
uitnjnb anni the 14orhth,,at provbincc
eath thorto is a doutlh roll o t 10.000)
weekly; In tllo hulbmhny )ri.sIlenullcy,
t th ticalis i m.i btiil er 8,500, and In li
gdl L,00t
A Physician Writes
uai desirous of knowing if tig t pro-
fetsioi) ai obhtiin l;ie.rbhlio lt bulk for
pr ise.ribing piugrpioses il luics bli orf
great iio to mi.1 il. treating dyspteplia brought on t by xcwessos or
overwork. I htave lvei' kniWn it to
fall i restoring the organs altoteut6d to)
th i ir healtlhful. a otiv it f0 i bottl t
at Johnson ilros -
't i' it ii 't Itt t I t' lit '. i i i i 'll> a l ll *-r
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t \''I, ti lll i''\;' i.!: l th' l I l tIlin t oba
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'h at ti .tsuin lhto it' it vhir J itfo ;:"b.
fo#0 I: \;')is' iti'ri d' ll t io V hli t tu ueW
I it1f ll nll nfry.V .tillU Iu lh i t'i t 1 i,.
'1'% h mli ts w hi t h'ri s tu l ; l mii b a n d
with:litt l lig ftr o0n h ils pggiiers
iti .p t rt'sii cheotl, thi ( in 0oua0o
!l 0: "','.ry: tlifht u!t i:l I hd caught
tint moUti, tt (i pltniry."- Jfud ;'+ ''.


YO tik te h'tilk 6tbat
9 t9. il h i t. It s e ithe 'at.
inouigh'..1o. ifweato W to'; talko
llA t i, ti)lnk e i" ht -to tabw "
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has cured more bad cases
of Indigestion,. La Gripp.,

Stomach d isorder s Coughs
and Colds this winter than


ALL OTHERHBR
orinbiAed,-'


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See your Druggist


write


the Manufacturers.


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Sol8 by All Drtggists.

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION,
(Idev il hs vIroy 6t .ti Power antd ill-
tholitv v tstd II tile n i si ninio'or of tie' h C'Ity of
( fl1i l\'vl'i. 'iooirl -itn deo r O te O 'llis tioe oP f
St ciii lt iik iul l clltll oti IN hiiereei ej tl|elil tc ,,
tb ict 1 In stulil iiVy oin tilie l 12thida.' of Atill, A.
)"'m Mayor,
n e h (.cih tll Tra.4ur lctr,
Olio .l1ki Awe qidi ,
One Tu'Ix iolln etor,
If': t, ( I )Iitoser\, (flor the torn)o ir ow yi i'. .11id
Tl ee Alderfcito ), i ttlb to usi'vc for Hwo rt' ir
0t oilt lnd illHit I "i( isj (' l ti lit ;
"IT iwo1ttir 'llt, tutu k)tifoLdlthei:c'su ctt,"ll .te
,ih trlil te i i he ritar orum lif e Stli ton otn I'iist
Mulhlh i. u ,, i, n su\bt lit y. iindt l, A, Rolbi',nrtson,
I'. A. .loiff lN iiitl(h.1 ,) 1 'ousLriy trelO ItrroI tit-
it tiuet s lUi td' (ici ( a i lK, ,(e s ie 'terk o oti l
n ll o t l t suald na ,
1 \\'llies"l lny hnilltilil 01k t).o sual '!t'nkl 'ly
ti hli o e I ti. il iy of M rl i. A 1t I.itt ;
Seill." .. W. Ii. TIIOM.\AS,
A testo : .. r ' .l'in) ur.

NOTi',.
TI he IIoloiblf Hi board a uof illih In tnlhi,
A n clls ht (,ot nt ty l'lorva;p
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Gainesville Machine Works
GIENNEItA1 MILL AND
'MACH WINERY REPAIRS,
Can turn and straighten whole length
of Shafting and Pipe-Cutting
up to 12 inches.

COTTON OIN REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.


B:E~BSIIr FSS CA.3oDI
FE1RDINANI) BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


Fr.oaIDA.


Can sell your city property, (im.
provtt and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer forsale. 2142m
A. J DACOSTA,


P. H. WESTGAARD, Prop. and gr Surveyor and Notary Public.


,.Math u, shek P, ian s,

NOTED F -Oll SWEETNESS AM PlUll
T OF TONE, POWER lAN)
DUmlAIRLITy,
Lest hpinoli for t his tryilnt c lcimlnto, Sat)
LurlI loter thictt othOrs, constructed
best tmitrtals. atid tI mot i artIlstc
wOrmurin 4hiu p o)alriitable.,
IT t 1o datet In every
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Sold lby u eontinuOtusly ftor
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without a iinigle failure. If von
want a piano Ior a lifetiine's
s r vico buif tthe
Mat huilhe ,, YT


(ui veyanlichig a Specialty.
Offiee at Residence, 801 East Miain
street N. P 0. Box 814. 1.14-04
R. J, ALDERMAN,
D EN T 1S T,
[Successor toSelgler& Aldermpanl
Over Duttona. o0's ,, afeeavtlle
Special attentoi to cotow and rie wik.
phone70-3. .
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SCr wi. l lti work attl 1 i s t e',e ;.

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S JOHN MK:Zi. Proiuretr ,


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cam4 rioneC ut rtBly Uin, Set on S (lys Faust ber, bottle and draug
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6tONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS,
at Hs Happened and What is Going
iHappen *old in $ihort Paragraphs
, Thit "iHe Who Runs May Read"


tfl


re with Unltshau & Hill.
II is on il0ale at the B:ov


Urret tof La4 osetWs mo a,
.~l Ot'yey.terday.
goa' Waonerrful tlve for sale
Wo0oollum & 0i9.
<|x4 uttt he ptid this month.
4 r id . t42it 9
k OQIrkson of acksonvillle was
lt lM puse -yesterday.
%oDnald weInt yesterday on
hunal8n: trill to Pratire'- reek, ;
lower and, daughter of High-
Ier sbhoppiug ol thel ity yeo


th id Mrs. It,. Joiner of Laf .
0 made p brief viatl to0his ,16elI
4If $owanit' printed Stationery In
rn m Ytue Sun office is the plaue to
teaveyour ordtr. '
S.. Guvthie and Jameso Bailey, twto
lromlIebnt citizens 'of Newbhrry, were
Sttslioth vilaitors to this city yester-
Oias, ItBarber, an extensive ,i:aval
Stores operator of Arc her, was atnong
to, 110y-./.j 'le I i
thL business visitors to thi city ye.-
t0~ay.
G ge Noeville of tigh Springs, an
employe in the shops of 'the Atlhntic
0oait Line, was a visitor to this city
yesterday,
Fi., O'8teeni, the extensive naval
00stel operator of Mican.opy, was in the8
City yesterday and 'made The Sn: .an
rr.eeable ca....ll. :'
'~l-euttaa ,and tie contrita is do.-
ou (s o.f cuttitig cy ypresl will p laseB
itsurltu ceats' with the Wylly.Ggbbet
'o.',Wyhllly,Fla., w da wi m ..
Ta New York--'torsions contteLmplat-
in"a trip t9New York, and IreottiIs by
sitey.r w pll Pavet. i(toneyf by eorts+
|e|ding wi.th The Su ii.
4, F. Hogan and J. Alfred of l1tigh
4ta0., two valued cmployesaf the'.
:Aladteo st. 1l.lne, w.e.re among Athk
ton t0.ie ti ci.y yesterday. ;'-.,
Shritl Aff W FeeIl wotl ylwstsday
4 whet, where l ,w w eaihd .Ou. *-
4 lint of'. the eriOtls ilit4ss of i' C,
l ,1) 4 ito u"tlmay be Labsent for two
'+three days..
Sfor tht^e st 4W: years ;.a re* ti ent of
| tahitt( hait. h :'' oved within .ltf


W. It. S*th o lxtinsz ton nd J. ).
Viaqight of trailer, two valud ub
hle'r of 'The Sun,; were tumoti .the
| to | l3atnesille yet rday. They
q rryear..
I D trie, ,.foterl)y o r
bt now of Alaohua, arried
r 040o1c,4 I a."O y ldeltl for
N t 1ois tel hop4 y tristdr a
IiwlttS#.


Zeal Tiayle of AtrredIondo, Oi V.
MQueen of LexinrtoIn a nd o0. tcat'
of Apaohuat allt pr zens o f. tta .f
th county, were visItor toda.nesv'lle
Wtaed- cop sont moan to takd
phae of sat ae artet., Must
4001 p T.,t b.tel oetgt sohni ew
betry, ola d:
a. ,ain of Nwberry, J. J. Med.
1 ofr. oerediath,, wh T. a bkson 'of
ou a L r eto edoi d obt .isO or.
"Windso fooied r qu.rtet,'o406 I'tors
tou this a ity nfot various t ectidon of i
the louLt h 0e0"sterday .
SAlong the visitors to this. ity ye.-
terday fWas I A. trickland of
CPeradrse, wwho was here on business.
Mr, Strickland fi a member of the
0siunty democratic executive comnmit-.
tee and is a man of great bearing- op
the coiminlttee :
T3,.J, Rivers of I'a0rospe, one of the
most proinept citizens of that .see
tion, wsa I p the City yesterday. Mr.
Rivrs olld t [ho Sun office end re-
newed hia subsca ription, III state$
thatS be will soo n1 iove to Bland,
where lh will resume his dutioB as an
p.to-date farmnor.
J. T. Woods departed yesterday for
Neowlitow wh erd he isW engaged in th ink
i.g a number of wells for L. E, La8s
tringer t.CO.,,aval 'Istores operators,
He expects to be engaged in this eon-
tract for several weels. Mr. Woods
ia regarded as one of the most e.ompe.-
tent wellt driller in thie section.
Mrs. 0. P. McGratht of Ooa1i and
Mrs. Terrell of 'IAlampa, who have been
n a brief visit to t ol. and MrM, i,. N.
04robhar in this n ty, returned yester-
day to their respeotiv homes. These
ladioe iare of the inost estimabI nf-
ture, and have many friends who, will
be gtad to havo them niake: a return
visit,
Among the visitors to this oity yes.
terday, was Dr. S. o. MoAlister of
COedar Key, who was here in the inter-
est of a l'onyohe endeavoring to
ostablish at a poith Irn Lee "county,
Pr. McAlliator is not only at pleasant
gentleman but a huitler, hd will no
doubt make a big 8stlcess of hls cofebl-
ony aShemlel
IH. C. Parkerof LaCrosse, a leading
olteen and norchanft of that burg, was
among thie bPsiness visitors to thi i
city yesterday. Otuptaltin Parker was
for many years a valued mnerberof thie
school board, during whioh tiie eho
proved mf aftiient, Th people re-
liiquished historvlee* with, the board
Vrith g(reet reluct~ziee.


IMra, Jordan of Indianapolis, Ind..,
who has been here for the past threo.
weeks as the guest of ,hr brother, Jas.
M. Urahian, having beon called on ae-
omtu t f his illness, departed for hom1o
yesterday, Mr. Oraham being consid-
erably improved. While here the lady
made many friends who will be glad to
seeher return next geas0on,
OflWe1c of the Now l Homno Co. open-
ed at ll E. Main street. They will
either sell or rent machine onil en011
rttrm, Mrs. Margaret tGross, book-
kp r, d11'.'Mtllor, anage Who
ha id ffteen years' oxperienOe in the
buititss will be glad to chow and ex-
plait the superior merits of thi eColLt-
rated sewing ? mehint,. Old aih ahines
taken in exchange. dawl
U r. and Mrs:. R,. M, Chamberlain
and A. H., Enerson of Tacoma weor
Aitioiig the visiLtors to this city yester
tiay. Mr. Einerson call eld at Thlo Sun
otpl: .and runewed his subsuription,
,He statt .hat ts ra.oii1a iectiouwas
vii ted by a rain Sunday which. proved
of great benefit to :the farmer aind
truckers. The tiovemlent of vegetables
fronm tthat'soction has beon quite' hiavy
for U ge pat fow tdays, 'four 's lid e r.
4oads of' ebba ge alone having been
shipped from 'lTaoomnia '
Raid Thi*. '
Spruce Pine. Ala.jDe, 1, 189, ).r.
KW, wHal' tWear :8ir I spwI last
year in your city aud while there your
remnty wa$ recommonnded to 1iie: Af-
ter trying several other physielias,
purolmhasd ne s, nali bottle of your
remedy. It ettte we Reefull

A,+ 'Te. t 'WOinder,
Oie small bottle of the Te-s A wdn.
tler, ialJ' (eireat 'I)Iisovery, euues all
,idaey and. bladder wobles, rsiioyes
gravelepr.is diabetes. it1abl em^is
slte,. walk nd lanue baks4. rheums,
Sitim and All (IrtulArithi of t aet ead IMladdr In both it a.nd,
aUste biadder *rabNe i
taicni i


:_______ Undertakigjo
Sr N~~OLA IT AU ., TFES.
TOLA i new dovery, garanteed,l
an moe refunded if it l fa t remove Freckles, FULL O
Pi I ak-head, Lvr.sqt, Tan and all dis.-lllF
coloratlQionh1 t ring ruptio s exceptr birth.
marksJ. Ordinatry ases to days; the worst.n NEW G0
Mtt Ofhw lon anng, in days. After
these defects are, removed the ski will be soft,
halthy and beautiful. Ak yur duggist for it,tn t
orto y address o receipt o price, 50c. snats in .
Mailand telegraph or-
'NATION.AL 1T C,, ders promptly attend-
a'swroBMa FO yent I was sorely aflited wltl iies und Nisotone 4 irl4d to.
do to rs, io d liver smediines, an l udlee d myself'for w ek h o tIt the
lmpsO Worse I then ued q nb ea S no n Egyptii ( am jut
dire ;tet t and now haven't a plipleott ony face. I oosidr ,ajtlnolh the '' Lest
blessing th4t could come to a treokle ad ndiopled faced woman e
... .... oML1 VA N, Gdainesville,e Flor da


Insure with Cuisiwans & Hill.
If troubled. with weak digestion,
belching or sour' stomach, dse Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and yoti will get quick relief. For
sale by all druggists,
$ Samuel P. Holes & Co., brokers in
stocks, grain and '.cotton, Baldwin
block, Jacksonville, Fla. Special at-
tention to local securities. Refer to
any bank in Jacksonville. Orders exe-
4ted directly on floor at New York
Stock Exchane. 2-8.d2tf .
Teachers,are you ready for next ex-
amination? la' re viewing w :J 'An-
w6,r to Florida Teachers Exainint -
tions. 1894-1908," east help yet publ-.
ished. Over 2 pages, $ not; pro
paid ,: W.Ordoer at once from conm-
,ile A,'A '*, Fster, Supt, Clayton'
odatyt~aschooles 528-624 Century JBidg.,
Atlanta, Ga. 4,2wl
Mrs. Frank :Chase and children of,
Chicago, 4 ll., who have been spending
a few week in this city as the guests
of Mrr and Mrs. W. Chlase, depart-
ed yesterday for :Bellair, where' they
will sojourn for a few days. They ex.
pect 'to return to Gaintsville, from
whence they will inake tlleirdopartnre
for their 'Western hon 10.
Monroe .Variable of Kanapala, mem.
ber of the firnm of ,Vanable & Jones,
manufacturers of lumber, Kanapaha,
was trasaaotinig business in this city
Tutlday, and remained ovor to the
meeting of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 20,
K. of P., in the evening. Mr. YVetable
.enjoyed the work of tho lodge in the
rank of Esquire very itucli, stating
that It Was the most impressive ho had
over seen.
L. 0, Millor of Ocala has removed
to this oity, having been appi.tlted to
the management of the New llome
Sewing Machinet Comnpally herr. lie
has established heIilOqarters alt 111
East Main street, NT, il the P'orter
blook, and having a large number of
maelhines awaiting' his tartval, went
im mediately to sork. Mr. Miller is a
clever young fellow and a hnstler, and
will no doubt make a big stucooes of
the business. 'The people of Gaines-
ville ale glad to wsluonte hium.
Water Notice.
Notiote i hereby given that by order.
of thoJUlty Counciir waterr notices will
'not hereafter be sent through the
mail, Notioo will be givti through
tie t paper, and pat-rori s wtll b1 e xpect.-
ed to call and settle with the clerk aind
treasurer of the city oil0 o before the
10th of each lquartl.r, beginning April 1.
d8:', C"lty O 'lerk and Tr.easurer.


Dr. lerritt OortheIl


NNEW YRK
OCULISt

i'e* vIle To l Ap 00 and 21, .


Conductor G, A. Singleterry and wife
of Archer were shopping in this city
yesterday. It will be rmomnnbered
tha.b COpt. Singleterry w,As shot a few
months ago, His friends will be glad
at the 'nformati /that, although
maimed in oQo hfiagI, lie has recovered
frotn this misfortune and is himself
again. )'".
After sevtqral days spent With his
wife in thiloity, W, B. Phifer, who is
engaged n thie naval stores business at
Abbott,'hiis returned to A thott, where
hi .farm is loated, Hle states that lihe


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year li, itr fa t e 'inss aand 1 .lllpl il i .
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Portraits from life I -. I
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s he Opeln Early and Late.
Fin FADELE S
in A h Servic e the BES T.
o r M" Famious Contieital oysters
oohroo e nnma re an d drip coffee. Western steaks.
ISMITI l's I L I Spedcial attention to suppers to -rs
STru 10 ru VTV ~tnI'jJ $- o-'y l* ^-Tte^^-PFiW, ,
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