The twice-a-week sun
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 Material Information
Title: The twice-a-week sun
Uniform Title: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Running title: Twice a week sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1899
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 19, no. 24 (June 16, 1899).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002027044
oclc - 32993933
notis - AKL4634
lccn - sn 95026968
System ID: UF00065508:00001
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Preceded by: Weekly sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)

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ere. and.l sull-,..),eve thni ibis 'raiia. ]
r 0l, s u rtrO.lg v .yAL W ,.0 ., .,rilure
ithi the 'wtsises ~and if h, *i'spiran s Ofc
e great mass o6' tthe Fi,'."I|,,upu.e "
rom .:,the! eArlie jt' 6mSQ't,-ilo .upor-I
awy ~ ~ o w~~i],si,pt :a,.3i~u iug;h,g people'/
fjhe i-landis oT ou" aodit.i,.r fir.
2eir we-t aro, aii (i t i n ent.-ion of
A.g, A-geruient tt,ti IoIev I it yIain is-
bie toi-advanCe ,their i&'ceresfs. ....;" L-*+
. ,..;*.; ,A srliiin',l |1 ] c lith :;;1''"^1"1''; "
The claim of t.he r.3be-l an3der th it he
wp prom ised ipOde p-B. l e.bdtee y, any, offi-.
r ti Ihe U liced Si .alrs-hl r tLIrnL' fr
sI aUsttran, e ua- no foundr-uin is f'.
ad is categorical f 'iiniet'l bv rhs thery
itesaeswhio iWere,.a'l'edi ^Boprove it.-
h.b_, juosr. tIhj iu xtfr'iii : lfja,iir hoped]
r when, he caiie ,, rIT.-.;.. was thne
beration 6f the i-1lan.i- 'f Tow rtle'Sr'aan-
fi0n'trOil, whi>.i.i ritev lia.i b.Ln '*l~ibor '
g,! for Yeara wtLthnij. StU.'edas .O thIow+
The promipt a--co'uplibnieiir. of this,
ork by the- Americau army atd "Y'n"y
ive bn othoi"d ea% and afl'bi.diis."
ad iiious> artErs. upxrv;eqd the9 ,pu~rppses i~d}^-.
ntions Will-hwh'1h he had taknup
_Nosoonein had. our army capai'ed lMla--
ila~thap; hft Fiknmpo lore, ba'-zan to
Sum' n aji attitqe ,of cu,,,sapicion and
Oiti:iry which the ntmoast f,..,rts of
ur officers aud troops "wevre 'un-able to
isarmio;.Aaodity, t1Theid kmiuuness ana
orbeara nceiwerfqjta*je3as a proof of
owardI ce The ajggression- of the Fill.
inos couliuually'1iLnTreated until finally,
URI helort itle ItntuNet bv the senate of
ne Uutted-Srates &or -&.voe. 1upon tle
reaty an, a~tqz.Lp,, vidently prepared in.
vazuce, wa'- miade ail alont: (be AAmer
an linos, hWn"n resulted ti a rorrtb-ly
awuotinv6, Aut.tangumaary ropulso of
he rdbels ir.!' > J J i'. *,': i3
W i b a devi, ion and gallantryw.9rthY
I it lost. b- lliant hsnl 'V, the armyI,
bly and loyally aszired' tiv,hi invy.'
as carried on this unwelcome but most,
ghieoas fjaflysun'Wta~i~'rih do-,
>rved success. Although their opera.
onU have been somewhat interrupted
n''checked b -a taei tseieason of uuu-
ual vioi-encer and duration, -th,' vave
gained statidilv ievoryor dirnono- and
0+W loftqs foer^^frAie9fidt^Nyft!1'1sp1-8dy
S "t' ri.of th ir task.. ,, i
F re ly^ Y %I It h U 11 ;^.
The 4aohp i^,0 h Sdal islands
ave accepred the s,.ce'esiou or f th
5Jiter t Sr kt't ro the rights of Spain,
Lud our-flli flouis' ,'vert that territory
Dn Aag. 10. 189., Br':adier Q,'-, i&L,.J.
I. Bates, U. S V.. negotiated an agree-
lnea with 1ne11u6tun and hi. pnucipal
hiePs, 'Which I trausmnit herewith By
nticle 1, the sovereignty ot the Untied
States. over the whole archipelago of
'6oo'nua its odepeuaencies is declared
nd avknow ,edv ed. I
Tlaet United States flag will be nued in
he tirchipela'o.,nd its d (neauesm',op,
and and seat Piracy is to begA pressed
and the sulti'n agree i ti I .,.c-i rate
hearti,'v- %W'tu the Unned States aothort-
tieasto;'thatand anid.Ab; malke ever-y---Tos-
41,ibE#Ce fQ rJx;OiriesWnd bOring to" ju'itiL-t
ail persons engaged in piracy. A, tirade
JL dodiesh?! p..rolu'-t.' oo fOw arcbipiiagc
f Lae Pnill..Ilie iLuiAo and uuud.e' ioe

and unldutiable. -
'TtiP'Utirea Stats \will g*,Vo'fiill'pro.
;tion t1 ;lh(suii Latiou tkhoule-,*ttajpt to,,wimpose. iupoa
hiiri. The U'iii~d. S.te.;e % will not seil
the island of 'tol 6or aniy-other island of
the Jolo archipelago -t&e7-ay foreign naw
fion wituouL, thvh wvaoansliof the sdltani
Salaries fr the.sultan 4Ld his a~s,-oiai.ei
in the ndujinistratic.u of InB isil1n.1
havfWbeetr'g-r~ed uTcin to 'the .IlI.-ulI
Of,C(. til n m -- ulv : : '
,.Arf-iciae- t provides, 1har ,any slave in
theajychielaao i.-f J,,lo shall nhave tt
right''tO'j-ur,.'6a-'- t'free doln'[iv p-l. in to i(
the'mLh"thileo utiuwl znik-i- value
1+,he agmei5ment by General .Bates .was
made jqpbjpfeft tpt ounfir.itiiol, by ihi
,p'eident'and to iuture tno.jifidatious by
Titttvcori-,e4il'i of rtb parriis in'inerest. I
haie64 ft~fib&edlgd agretemanr, subjpce
IOite+ asipuiof the'o~uugrosss .,and .wilt
t46,reservation which I,,aye direciec
Shall toe comumuni'cated t the l"uira'n of
Jolo, thathis.agraament.-s not ro be
deemed in any way to use or give the
oonenz -of the:United *awte.s 10 ohelex
ixtaence pf slaveAv nu t~e Sp'.u archbipol
ago I con!"munipate these lacis to the
.uontjrisi'fo& its' iUtd0Dha'ti'On and acrioh
, Eveuyvhitkg .ViidiaeAre tbat.'.wunh ithe
spee4y sappreastppjo( the. Tagalo rebel
lion. hifen the archipelago will soot
resume 'its"'rd'ipalry coursa under thi
protection of "oni" soverc'iguty- and thi
people of, i hoae; f'aaliBorkiaila~tid.Bw~itai~t
j they have never before 1known. ,
' ('11.1i, t'ilt i -bi ^ud ;. d ^
'ihe, 1t'nli'r+ "gover~nmntit .of che PijliF
pines rests wlttf 'the congress or 'fh
United States'.! 'ewer" grairer Ttsp'onsi
bilities hatio ovo beou l~oufided t.o us
I1 we,aceRi..t, neip 1. oa sp~t'll, worLfhe o
our race aiid one, radttnons a great" oI
pb rra 'nily coined witn 'i h o . ''
'The .Slarids''he nilter' the s'blter'o
.oar flag.. i -hey.,are-omis by every tltl
o. law anod equ!y, ,They' cannoi b
aban,oned hi we desert. them. w
lea'-' ftuah a'nonbe' to anfardhy ari,
final.Iv '16' barbarliinr' Sve flinfe- thenn.
golde'n~apple ot diacord, among; t.he rtvp
powers,, no one ol" whtch could pernmi
another t0" seize' t[.hm unqaesr.totied
Their rich. plains and valleys wou'ld h
the scene--of^-en~dless strife and olooc
,,+,The.advwt +0f Dewey's fleet+ in ME
nitzk'abayfnkteadtof'being', as we hop<
the dawn br a tiaw d'ay' oP freedom anu
4~areaa'o.i ,WiMi ha1v :eenii t~het 'bginuln

OI.atiif toiletry, and violence worn
than any~wfeich h,a darkened their ;ar
happv past.' ;
Tae suggesrion bha- been madI tha
we coald-renounce oar authority ove
the islands and- gi-ving-,them indepel
denee could retain a- potectorate ov(
,them,A^Tnte proposition will not. b
tound, I am sart. worthy of your .sai^
ons attention. Such an arraugemet
would invoive at the outset. a cruE
breach of (aib. -It wunuld plaoe'41fh
pi-acaablehend loval majoritt.v,.who.-as
Jtor; no$iug better than uto+ acct.pt 0o
authority. at. the mercy o0 the mtuorii
It wouldnmake-us responsible for' 'th
acts of the lomurgniut leadOrs and giv
us no power to Coot-rol tiktiru. It woul
charge ua with ihe taisl of protectiu
,them against fa l c'oiber .and dfeoloin
them agaiot any f.-rer,3rn power wit
whidtr thmv e?'o)? r11 quarrel In snior
-Atiwoxnid- ta6v.!r ':,u .the, cugrP.s of t(
Uui:ed S t.ei, tihe po~ver -4f deeiarJo
war aud ve-r t -it [ou.j' -ll,'Jcliis prorov.
'rivo 'in. rbC' lheal" iea.t, r nf '(th, h,,n
- IIt' d1i>rl,i 4f') .*.-?L dr~siralet rhat
khoukli r...o'jmin-ju d1 ~. thit 43mgPe ." .
io'flv aiul d.,] 1"K''.in-01,'vur i~ i
"I'lie e fi~ i 't, '^i D rlu- t op rii net a ". lt. b i,
,toe_ 1 b' h -ac "-ol, .o gis
"1 + l] n + A >, (, u [ ri .':" .h b _
ltoki' i IL", ILI L- T ri u- 'Ia Orof Congt'us,,

P .. r o u e ait, A fl.. r 1 ... ....... .... .. "+."-
".. ' I reoom m en g that ]e eillation be had- T t. is c. ...:i .. ", ,
*w-thn-'r e er~ t~o-'tbd government, -, I u i i .! ,.ii:
YPorto'W,;o: +The time:is ".e r Jr i .' m CP ." ;"-' Y
a -hpD on 9t(T a t m pjr'try fori J of gOv II l ^ _. v "
ernmuA for this island. -k-'-i;iij,'%--.- I s -!I i 'Iv
I"I' iS'de-irable that the governm ent, of b .. f ,,, '. ,.'0,e .. ,
the islaUd, tinder tbne law of bullio I y. ,'- +
-.r~igh%,.ia.ow maintaained., through tie ex. tbingn. of-r 1,1 1 l n .. .
ecqtive, department, should: be ;su,per- Major J-orir-e-1.--k--c-omplimented
S i "ly'y.vIan'administration entirely ,4 .... Hr. h .... .-.. I-'. i- .
civil in ifs nature For tW e ,resent pup- .."
pose I .reomH..mlnd that. congre +.,Pas.a *, fr ,.l i,-,> 'n(,-rarr,-
lawf;qr thi e, QrganizatZion of. a i temporary ....-6.' "6lft e nt-r"tl u ie. r, t ^- v_
government which shall provide for the .,-,. of arib "^TaT-7--i"ui all were
appointm nt u n y ohe' president, subject -f '1 ... **ii-t"
...-'. l I nI I I nl..'11,I".,III ''III |I II' IIc
to continuation by the senate. of a gov. -
ernorand such otherjofficer.s as. thoe nh , t ,.11 . eral admtu1iiratiou of .,,the .islitnd may i 'i ri. Irttlu? c.ih.dlry'r ,',*^ --''it,-
require and tor legislative purpose, ou ont! i th house cadjed o.it,
suljectS of- a local nature nor partaking -------"-, --
Of a fedel ral c oaracter. r' i : *>r lhw- it., ^ 1; l' r.. "
A IegWtatiyv9 council, composed partly --- .'_' __. .....
,,, f,.PorIto,,R ioans,,aind ,%p !tla.of, ciliz r pt! :',^* t'- ,*'l ;'L't i iti ""
pof, _t" 1-t8! 8tai'es,'shaill be nomiUated- : : .. W011n Jj; '04-
-and appointed by th.e president. 1'H1,,. F. KIN,'. I U, I N-,1.
+:.ie-l h'ye iLiw Condetninid. ; -:KI-NNV, & IT4
The love oftlaw and ihie sense of obe- ; ,. ,-. ,
ai1aa 'nld'Sal m ssion r& the lawfully 1 / .,, t"" fi/i. i __/(f~nr-.
constituted judicial bn a al,'a e m- ." '. .. .* ." ', p r ,
bedd ed in, he ..hw arts f our people, and bit ',p ."1 < l" .1. l i'' ''' *l+ *" r ;
any violation of" thesee sentiments and July 22, daw lyr. .oa io qa!
disregard of their obligations, justly
a~r,.u nes iiltttU Ji ^e ad e iana 'o Bi;' .i.T hia LU C TD-3 i,,-W -- -i. --' T!T 17-
guarauteesof .life, liberty,.nd,oDt;iofarl 01 ,- OD A In -l'i-1 Lr,.
rights. shouldIbe faithfully upheld thie N ,ndt- ,--. + oL ,- .... (ai '*
ii-lt of trial fcy jury respected and de. ^ti.^>-i <.P f el rod e.ot-
Tihowe who,fiihdiaresard'of rlaw and *utri.cnc^^iv.
the public peace, unwAiug .10 await l. "1" "
the judgment of court and jury., cousn i- ..... j la aa^ .
tute themselves judges and execuiioners -E." B-RNR o9 "mop-a-a Atlorl0ey-at-Law.
should not escape the severest pen'lLies .. =, ],,:, .
for their Griuaeg- .-.. i, *;.i ', ,+; -
What I said in wy inaugural address i "X a AT+KJ_ .
of March 4, IU.S I now repeat: a -l r ..a ,. ...)
"The' constimutional authorities should 0 ~j iy kJ j^. 1^3 63-11- 1'*L i'a
*-be cheerfully upheld. Lvnobines shoifld ..... ... .
not be tolerated in tia reat and civilized m .- .i +.: "
cpun trv like tihe U nited ,.tat as, oours. l l l T I nl -
noo'tmobs, m ust execute thie "enarties of | pP K' ? R RPV^ .'VV n r^ .
iltb' laws. 'The .preservation of public U IUI.UUW.Ih llO]lBV) il.illtUU
order, the right of.discussionj+th'e iisteg. u,, os- H o.t '<.lloLU inc (,ai
. ;ri4V.4 ,oPcourti, and ^t)e or.derlyadminis- ... .
traction of jut:tice, must continue forevo 1, ;1,.P. l AN- tt l-:% R 'S '
" tile rock otf iatety upoo which'o ur guv-' :+;- 1' : + .
ernm Ne tnc t:,hur.y rectt." ', i "JAINesu-jyu I'2u t,- .1... ;.- >3,A
N- -l(l..b -Sti A I. NF.'-V I I FLA.
il hni alcc ,-rdance w ith the act fI ion .-, -,+ a .. .' -' '^''^
-' eress proviuing for arii *Appropfiato n -,.*,[ nc-i~ii' : ;,T" "so;j.ioi ,, .,i0
tignal ceJebration in the year luuO of .-.r.
t h e e s t a b l ih b m e at o f t h e se a t o r g o v e r n \V l -- i' - t ? .v i ] ]I L lS i, >
mi ent in the Ditri et of Coluwm bit, I II,.-. I"(-- l'" ,tit.]. 1'"' "
have appojued a eotumiiteeconsisting "
- Tfu bhe governors of all,.;trhei state., ana at, my ,*i territories of the United State.; whi (,'l rt : -ir-r,'.
h a v e -b ee n in v i te d t ao m b le aI'llm oeo In I n n -I. q, .; ,..-I j .1 :.o r e -
ciry of Waghington on Dec. 1. 18914, M ip ,] ,. i' y s[roe' -, ,
- wbieh, with the oonm tittbe- of congress ,;" ? . ,
and..tne Dwtirct of C.olumbia,. are i 1 .y
charged witwihe proper .bnduc& of the BEST C t 1;-I- 41-1-T--offered yo I.
celebration. -".. ., ,' 1' '''
CooPes: atr its l t.st on, appropri- P r.'Alc+Ih l1 ,n q t,!,
.. a d $- 000 'to:enable;heohtef emgiBeer ;-,Cil'2' : '' "' :"" I ]',..
of the army to oonttuue rhe examina- ,"jL-- .- Ln'- ;-.../i ,' c ,
lion of the subject; and. to make or se- qviti>-- "' i "**<% ('l ''
.'are deo-ins. calculfltbons aod estimaSte IVeI iVi ,d
-fear a memorial bridge from i t0 e m tosi; M M,
-,:onvaute nt poiut-e o the pa'val dlb erva-. ,-,.. ..t .. 1. ',-* \
iory gropuds or adjacent &iereto, across "-"--
the Pot-omae river to .tle most convey r 's ,. i,, ji -i.1 ':-I ....I
-irini' puinc 6f thEI A'rlington estate n ."n1"v" 1 f1.[V-i-IVU 'E^
priope rty. ". .1 ..." ,' *,. ,, '
Jj accordance fitlh It_.. provisions of I g l T '! I TtFl'I
this act the chij f t ehlioeers hat se. UULLR.M|A;l lO.I't.lUlU ji
lfe red fou or'emirie't bridge engineers to ,. 1.^1, ,J .. i-..i
-submit competitive designsi for a bridge ,JVhLL,.- FLA -
cornib.taug "-he elements ot strength and .... .-..
durability and such architectural eam -t-. ;- ,-i- Mi ._i ,_'p
bel~plime'i't dud ornamentation as will .,Wt,0t,UR, .O.C.Wa, ,.,kee
fltrv auplrv td the dedication," "a memno- .B(?irLi ., .r.n- :,'u ,:. ,.;' .' ,'".
a riall of Amerlcau patriotism."' Thade- --,-. ... ,'. IT
"signs are ow being -prepared and as I. N frre'E itfti Tittr.ICATo T.
1 soon as com plp e ed wul be submitte* to .' .... ...... a1+ .tif .l <-.l!,flle.* J
'the cOUrt're S b- by" ihe secretary of war. ., .. ; 'at. -.-^ .^** t[-. ',i
Si." .. .. 'i Notke is herebX ,i-en that tee. tolloWl', g-
-"v l iio I'tn "MK it. ruak f-f tira lt, l rr,,,.' e i iq t'lon0
The executive 9rder ofMay 6, t896, -1 taligo[, ,,.te' [e-gls-
6xrefdid 't rbe limtl of theclfassifleffser- ter nd -f--- iie. Fla., on
!vle,% 1brougtk wi t hi 'tl r operan'tia b J Jm,,'arV, ..i'),. ',,,a i., J1.. t, .. -
.be'cimal-serweJawandralea-ntarlyall JOHN T..RtiGEK9I Vular la.4
* \of tloexe.utive civil serve ,no; preyi- '" 4 "-^71'nr [i', w.-^, ^ ^o*w,
OU~~ly claB~nea, ^ He anje-tb tli. ollowirs :iif r
"" old" or' (the Iinensions-were- found ,u,++,l t iy tlt..1-err,.'LN+LJ A l tit-.@iOn
Wn1llv,>itllogical and ansbired- 'to 'the Ctf-s lladl ,v1z7.'i, 7juJ-*s, ._* .,( _. i
-work A "s ..thweveral departments ,The u.. "a irt 1 "rrinv r. e cpl e r.r
;.anplIction' of i he rules to maUy of rho Ed'fei plaid W- tl. i. usf.l-ir Halt.
places so Hieluded--were found to result . -. ". ,. ,'-' _' -, -
f n frinttu an- -miarraaenr. After ..Wt.'i J U^ J,.,;, I'^.i'^ r
I -'ton- and carefln c'onsfderattn'titbecame [ri id ihb. lM Gii,.- vil;'l._V"R l, A
,eilacnt'to ibe. heads of ihbedepartnrent, .. ac._ h. 1s94
e riespoasible.4or t4eir efficiencv that d.n .NoiLo,.,I- ,-iart) !yv j.. -t, t. ie;I ,,u p-
1order to remnine these dirffloul4en rind 47(**'^ '^ ]?.l;.^t.I b '8
-''6 =- ef -T -7_* .. _d_' -_ i.th, w ai :li, l kip,, .S l~~,1-'th~ .:l l~~~
promote aou eman ientanduarmonioqflu -ad D^^ ^ t': l('' i
* FTu rr'rlh-0 ertaifni i a -en66d ni were d at] Hi(ltl-t;,ttt,**.!'l-\ fie.'T'+d.., n-Jslf '
o ueee-'arv. -rTnese amendments wore .,", L,,,.y)zi ;. q /.' m , --... .<, .
* promu'giit~ed by me \u executive ,Jorder -f tlI,.iL!'"'*. -M RU),'. oi.hJ.'l!, Pla ,,^
Ie dated UMay 29;, 1899 H^ ]l^;'-' .l'tf."'ii'--"L-%'e^(*; TP.P3-.Iv-v
t" *'.'Ttbe principal purpose of ttie order H I^e BX'? +tth+-l, m iiu ,,M'l ni-in.'Ptli- Prt^p'e
was an .ox.e f pi I r ,m com pet tve e -. .,,,a!1!.?^ ^ '1 '''"-*' >'"l*vl
"" aminatton certain places invotvlngflau- J 'j *if^,,t-.-.'J.ji E r~diil\...tt 'r,.Fla,-f.^Qs
*' eiary TespoiastbilitleS Qr." dutjes'.of a .r u~i'.t- iL Fr^>_lnr B L= .s.
d "s tr ic t ly C O Luri d e n tn a ~l sc ia a ti fi c a J^ >r e x E d h .- p a ',J .. . t ___[ N t H .. % T
, iQeuti+e.char acter. These platSS were "x,.i't-:l.; ,rR'Tl,+-iJ_'..\TI-N...
e omi arattvely few inoniu~tber. The or- aiiritr n 1'^ i1, Fl.,
d et" p r o v id e_ f o r th e -'fi l e s:' of a 't nu n .. ;,'" -...,. r,ith ,-tt.," i .,i'i
: larger nunmber, of places, mai-nly mn the N<:,n^ i-'hirni.,i -Jvj-r, l1 ..< lhc h^)10^w1t1_-
1 o nti st dsi e rVloe of rhfe w ar depart(m e t, -n;,i, .i i *b'r i-ft +' i ,A-,FfcE.-of~ *fn t btM ,-
r* by w bat i kn ow n as t~he registration t,,t, o ,al+.e hu, t J^ r,,d u t'':l,grm l'^ .. I,,
'" sv-stem uuder regulariou 10 be approved eL,lt. ;,lyi,( t"., .'."idt ]1. ,,' ',,i'le I.'."It l ,Uj.11"I~t'
r by" the pro.ldeut, similar to those wlach FL'i. ,) 01- Jn uan 1^11,t 1.1(. i 1:.u v :
e nave pr,,duoed such admirable results -;[^]LE*' -TI:IN6E[ t;. ,lr..-lI. t-'ln .,
" lia the uavyyar.J servu.e, .. nIt *-'-;I':' ?r 'il~i "'-:*''*t A\'t" **e'f- i":.,,r
91 + +.i^ .ci G)real O pp ,r, unltlo <. tt'-'l,,h '.- t i,:il,.k u^ *." \11!,, -[-- t ,.\
Be Presented to this congre,- sare fr" at Lhisr><*nin'r y--i', t '','- 'o"n"l .cii'' v "
k opportu inites; with them come great '"J" ,| '-,,,i.... II,mi. \t:ul .t;, Y lr 't .-r
tr -responsibilities. The powerocon fided to l;,l,,hi-i.t i'.* .ariii, Lh .ii.t f i .j,. <. ....
V ns liiK.-eases the welghi of our obhiga- K.I tr-. pI.j~t \V , rl<-+qk N-''N, Ht_,-lel'.r
nuons t~o rbe people, and *we must be'pro ., .
B+ foundlv senstiv+ of ,hem as we c~outem- ,0r ft- +.' ,f' .' ;*",'
e P aie the new and +rave problems whioh OL ;,.* ff- | { 0'a!.'"i
d cou fro,,t. u. AIiunRn ouly at ilie pub- __ @,|.. .+., .f ..... ;
g licsgood, we cemnt err. A right, iuter- ,A. ,- &.i ,. w .
_ rr?[laniou of tun rpe'.plu's will, and of ..

h dt Uy c a an o t fail to in su re w ise m e as .. -, -
t. ,, sfor 1 w i fareo or isl,.nds which I. .. ....
Le ,hbave C'omlte under the-aulhirity..of The oN ,' ....
12 'thited State, and rjLnmre to the com-
a- mou hntere-t and lasting honor _of our -:. ,t. l-
r .cooutrr. Never has tbi- nation had THE ... .. ,.r
T mor& abundant caue t ban during K he H. W,.OREW. 2 ,...-;,-- ,.
s. pa.styeartfor thantitalues8 to God--tr COMPANY, BLAN K S
t" manio.-ld-elesings and w roles, for .....
e-. which we mane "reverent acknowledg- jiiCKHON;IL'Ir, '" "
o:- anne .-... MVI %L.I. 9 M 'K NL rl L.. :'. -:
,- ccu.itidv Mas Daion eL 6, 18930 .. -.:


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a party of some---tift-en will ce'upy
I.hltl. hzt bpat f l suhin,''ij n ,,i '" !fill2'
M.1,i. Lu[- .v B:.llirrihinty ip p^t.^'in!
");!, pi i- [10. aijr. "top going to live., .,jth
;tier rit,jlh-w ,#t Ha..vt-vilipe fa. Th-i're
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n o y 1--. I6-.-'" '" I..r i,:, It ai, I-i t, for a rf-geueratied existence liei
S I' nati z,!%l banks beo "Ultho+r zed to organ ex re~se tn v tP^ T o fT the w.Es tt .. .. 1 c bV t, O cig M re n 'c.s'e )f lacw ., and ter
-/ 1 W,44 a cap~rw of $ -5 a cau w hich would link i he -,wo ,re'.t Pagice' b'y'piabing ,vt-aro er practicable'
'K i M aur, ,eutlv reco-imeu that tO sup. oceans, to which I Maj.u invite youir o,,1.-o tile Iachinery -of mrlnlotcatiOn in the the
t tr 1 p ort tb exiin g sh i ;a n d a rd a n d to "'ra-non T h e reaso n s o wn ne ,,tedd .san itary r e--fo r mn ; ,q spre adin g ;t ru
m maintain -the pa rity in value of the for eariy action are ev> u sir uoig"r e ow ,' t -in'" rfotring i ,'nur v and of
coins o( the two metals (gold and sil. TEe ra,s Expo.sitou... 'trftde;, bv io.nh.a', g',nij moraliyv'h
..*"+' :' ': ,= Bver), and the equal pow er of every dop r-ri d e y alrv
l i n r o o l fl / ~l a r a t a l l t i m e s i n t h e m a r k e t a n d i n t h r p r t i o n s f o r T h e r e p r e s p r nt t i o n ~ n ~ n ~ t -:5t l n e-y" a ~ u '
".3 of theindustries, arts and products of...,p t aid;the Qwban peo'le to atlain..sti
thIll \ I1 payment of debts," the secretary ol h e United States at the world's exp6si-:1 to that-plane of self ',,u.-onu repeci .,
'| + rA '.,r I treasury be given additional Dower and .. :-. J ....,
4M S A E oharged with the duty to sell United lion, to be hold in Paris next, year, nor ai elf rehat unity whict, fits an en-
4her tiuue on an elaborate and comprenen-i ]ieu h,:i uel-c':,i uplty fc- self' govern- l'i
,+ ., --*., ". ', States bonds and to em ploy such o5 g ,le thanks lo the g u eron s .ap- m e at -ttht n i ar,, w ni t np ?r f wfite en-- :"
-J ,.e ......f. ++++- effective means as may be necessary to io provided b" congress and 8 ablin- ttkrto fulfil^* Ulpuiar.d,Jobjga,-Jce
redent^oP mu pa~tesWith theso o --,--,,.,. the friendly" ntr_.est th..hFrtenh go lona. n, i,,tt, e.,* .ae
,4m.. Otir Merchant Marine. ment has shown, iurh a t a ...... i As.i 'r It k. a
4 .,Cwongress onI Subjects of The vs' of an American merchant exhibit of American progress.
qJO~llgre uOt a~u~je,vof ,, marine 110,,, e extension of our commer. There has been allotted t0 the United keb..-c nti iuea udroibslructioris to1
i 'tNr.+in,1n Teret. cial trade and the strengthening of our States a considerable addition of spa.e pressfora fomoney;pay eiu.in satisfac-'^h
.4 t i o n alt~ I. v + + u M m S t a t p r s f" o r "a u n r n + -m n y y e n= 1' ti f- z -' "t b
g"* "power upon the sea invites the iame- which, while placing our countryin iieu,,f th ju- :,laims for,;uijuriessuf-.lg-
o"" diat. action Ot congress Our national "the first rank among exhibitors,-doeos fered by Awerit-an citizens'iu. the dis.+ ,]
4A; .VRTUSTS AND MONEY development wilt be one-reded and un- Dnot suffle to meet the increasmnl ur orders 'of several year pit,; an for f
"""' -- "'lsatisfactory, so long as the remarkable gent demanas of our manut..urers. .. .,w.roes,4dne: to Iuem br 6btt +0tidan-
?" ,-, ~~~~~growth of our inland industries remains -he efforts of thea cyomitii;iouer, -au- ^ g ,3 iedlamarip
i^v'fl Nl&. tl.silt PI lo"wn-R fr'"rr'" 1.B 1 c A t..l b.el no lick of con~il-uti'3nal an- jug of adiaplay~of 911tblth -mostcai!-(^ 1-6 1i,, iul ol a .eutfri a.gi;rovnioutsu
-%X^~*.~l<&l*K^=*t"* hoivol^ii~iwuii shall give teristoically marks Americaa acev- p-piis >a
r~ K~or~- arttio o S~"-j^ecountry maritime strength com.- meat, in thae itiyentve arsad6s d.^^^^ 1icrirB tb's ,ination tel
klobar Datih, S c. mensurate with its industrial achieve lately shows the excellence of our te
". ., meaits and with its rank among the natural productions. ... Our efforts durttK early forty year, to l
Dee+, o.--The presio~~~on :Te Unted States CoVe,'n nieut bu~il- -= + : +'.. "6:.. ',"''
WASHINTO -e- 6-T nations Of the earth. The Uni gov .i brng about a+convenion of naturel- nl
today La~trtied to congress his an- The past year has recorded except ing is approachig, completion and, po -Zitront; se06ts oti-1e brink of- ha'onal' i as
Dual message, as follows: tional activity in our shipyards, and effort will be spared to vLiaka it worthy o allure throu,, the an B pirol iv't.f-'+
pro ise ofsae astiua prospewst .t wil be. spa failur I .... , ..t th announo poIV Lf.. lh
o t^ en' romises of continual prosperity in ship in beauty of architecture I plan and in the .Oto0an i +pprte to roiuse:recogiitlon
Tuth Pou~to nd H use f. R pre ent -' is "7 t 're r sen-t our of .... ...... -' L ki ih
lo th e aea d ineo ep e building are abundant. Advanced legis- completehess of disiay to reprouto -of the aihn status ot uaite Turklsh d
tativea: nation for the protection of our seamen nation'. r ''' "-u i-,-is naiuraluzhd alirad 0lcO I.i;. S i
At Ithe threshold of your deliberations has been enacted. Our coast trade, BoeroBritish Connlnie+, 01 ar-.,tr.r ntm,'tn o-in.
ycara=ealled to mourn with your count. under regulations wisely framed at the his goyern men t has, maintains d.an stanoes-, onf,.Americahr proiuctious in ni
S ,-m ,e i de, ath ..f.Vice Presid. nt Ho. ')eginniug of the government and since, attitude of neurralitv in the unfortu- Turitev ban atrrtmcrd attention of late, pit,
.. men i death o4Vice Presdenhews results for the past year that are centet between GreaBritain"Xund notably m r g.,l.r to ou" flour. -In ,
m/ bert, who p'.ssed from this lire oan the unequalled in our reBords and hose or t^-Boer states of Africa., We have ire' these, as in ;Il, lustabce.q, vherever6'o- tre,
morine yf Novembar :21st, last. Ha any other power. We shall fall to "inedfaithful to thewDredept.Qf avoid- -cura, .wh.'ng Atnirt,'an ptoduots'mtay, a,,
,ra t B ,t 'l n u w r e a c s in e te r n a l p e a c e r e a liz e o u r o p p o r t u n i tie s h o w e v e r 1 i e n ta n glin g a ll a*cus a s t o a ff a ir s .ob e +su-ja et + 9l;i n, m '*& r e gn -po tn tr y i _u~ n t
H r . l if a . . l, v a t e d 'w e c o m p l a c e n t l y r e g a r d o n l y m a t t e r s c -u r d i r e t o n c e r n ,Ha c i r c um p i- u B r r e r s t o d i s.jnai n atio n l ea
4tsprtvate life was pure and elevated, -adci '. _" ne . .. -'v -
H i. ,p ., v t e ... w a u e a a e eat h o m e a n d b lin d o u r s e l v e s t o t n e o n e_ o ue s a n te s ie d r ha r b Oe p a r t ie t o tiee c ..m uo lr et t o l be lik e t-r o d u e t ,o f a n o h e r t
'. v h l ae his'.p blic career w as ever distin-" ce, ity of securing our snare in t he s uage.%id Tha t we'p o me d any .)u .. .i-i i ;(v- cr-ren t i ,ll nee Its '
g aished by large capacic ., stain less in- -valuable carrying trade of the w world. q rdly- ex session ofa t he hope -ofathe %wrnet.o. e ffor s,, 10 secure. f r d eq l '..i.. .. ..
tegW iy 9aa exalted motives. He has Last year American vessels trans- k e rian peopr e that war m i C, hf.be treatment e forq istes cutrZ aand tran e r al
b eA '.ov .. r o te, high office which ported a sm aller share of our exports averted, good offi ces would h:Ave been ,o,:,,J. Fa.lJ lU this, tt will not hesit at h,
b IT ..... and imports than during any former tendered. ha, apolv whatever correcitBi may be ri
heh tead and dignified, but ais lotty year in all our history, and the meas- g l al ten dteeVe at bhllevt.-r *r l *! b-
c lr h s devonon to du his ho u uie of our dependence upon foreign Prt ia was early irstruoted to see that i ce
e1111111 pllj'rpose and noble virtues re- shipping was painfully manifested to 'eta IAeia -L!er~t Ib IEe Ri-,-,, Pe'e ,hinvepierin ^rftic t
p. ^- al.l.. neutral .^" sr ^^^ Ameica in teresm -bevlKa re-
.ti "dr--xth congress convenes.. I_ m onte of the government charged with -,been anelasyratlo n view b oth B z ~.l d g ts-
-ulr.e sio w it th cu ntr, .. ll and naval operations in the ti' a i~ g~ f 'bo h prison nid gat es fro 2g cu ntri.es weroa.. sm b lers o 9K
it trat.ulat essio with the cospe ry_ Of East and West Indies had to obtain "^e rhtr}o^^t^a ctizens .sh2ud a conference in the interest d peace. 0
li .. <3' Mfdotioe' o f u n u su a l pro sperity of ^ re g n s m erca. n t v essels.` prop erty l, ... a con
To .'-'"1o,r.m o -,--, eobeva -.- +" h ocaso see .~ t : o
16ui, irval good wvA among the people a. .... i,. to these operations. .b".",- ,* ;=hfo h eluscnteaatt,,)ne
a d i re la tio n s o f p ea ce a nd& U p t I o .vit.n of ..o..' +h" "'r Ww -- orl th e G e.e v. .
frie with. ever gof The, other great nations have not has- .,'i-f-- P m rta t,-et i 'the oUnuted'Stines' for the' ;,t1 io adjusitmen ut, cater sa. h
she-wor4.. Ouar fqreign commerce has it__e_ to. ....u therequired mean fator i on'u a auth.... zed, ..oni .r r,''thereus Aouera n e,,prolu: ta e s ljacn deepcy
sho w n gr a t in c -in asl w e a u&'de"elop tto shown g,,at*e lc orie d m portse an a ex- national defense, and as one of the assent of t h .t..cau ant Ora ul:jo ^mae s tdf i:fter tom anyfyears, emd,%Abe s.- (
SOhette o inT .o*o.ea o s ana e i ..... A o cnitro m hea conditions of obf aL s to .h. lat n ........ ^ .-lire projed t for, a term ae l ria n t

.^p 't n In o t r d m., o n o ur + ci...ns to: st l co' tarei deve rl p ed s, a Ont s as. lI t oIlr tud i thsl i h .. a ......a we e

0 ^ foia n^ the Years1 areue ^ n the^ J ~ lags ever": ^^ p I
% o w n b y a s ln l e ar y n all o u r h is z- f o r ;hrK 6 R t p a^i ne i c u s to m a r y g ( .I ( if ^i a a i'L: '; h n e.
- :Yar "t i eMar er. iker vigilance and effort on L -u r ...io of by T-- upa a s aa fi"rt ruto ution I t t. u ,a S i got effi u- h ndd

t b or y. O ur exp o urt hfsor y 1899 alo ^ ^ co g es ne ex Sit j ihas of r o A me rica nd B iishdnwares s hipn s be 'at,^ ruc iof o rmeue ate dion l c mi4- |jfe
,-y, part oa-- an r s.ail In im prove our s ca-e n t 10 ^ its u n. and iM.r.- t Da ar i- (
0000r0 0b omo crn n atio n inrestrant ou charge of this fu ecteu 4 -ohat c o ,,, -
e ved ed b y m o r e h a n a l l . . .a n n u w h i i s r e g a r d e d w t htv b u m nlia I I -n. .b h T h e ax.a S
imports and exports, combined a V.b70. -."-3o'--=d tnsrprise abr,-ad say that abuundantv opporunit ha:-+,- lds beenlosuo Rhe aelor-J11 S
The imports per capital are bd; per._Ceul do a.. ho....... ,-d saciris whha I ffre to .s -.h-o-w+,,,, "ino theirprilto this a9o~covo nd Rusoun thwar oioa-=,,
.less than in 1870, while the exports per. 't~--+,,+,.'eivle ilbovrmu twr o ....., iond fthe lawsad cptat6 touio ma.iwar- --

beginning-wa be^ inoled wills be Joenmu^twr bo..rth.co."at at^S
r .5 p r n after by .omore than e giants. iae of th i.h p o t r ue va.
sao l f e eiir 'r ''ad capacity Of the ; ofse tha eq i aln 0 4 .
o*tg t . W S. t. g i.. n. -..ion, u t t o t' J $ 6 4o V k.s!
i~4 ta e~ 0t ailrtatiy ase wa llts S .. Im portant even .ts nave occurred in the !ii ia n tl d o oternPat Pua ases.Ja
o ..n 11 0111:141 . Pin 0! opQto sw sIO + uesti ton-oof ; 'Trusts. .ia ma t. il rdse roee ti, a 'h + .._n~ todi ;0 inrn,_ t bua ,Pac settes.-11.
c~o t~se f hepopmsof O6mbina~tions: 01- capital organlzedl ing t,) rtle laws and C-ieu.t,-s of .Sam,,a, n- of in international conflicts em%b~ie
'' 09~~~l t t op s13 L in to trusts to con trol th e co nidition s o Of 7 oa, su agesoro.to .t~h e la te ki -g ,M ali eto4 i m he l ~ ii e t r s 6 h m r o n
e "" gi-Ep-43'tsand Im'ports. L: trade among our cittzins, to stifle oom- Lau!.e!,.dvehe~ o~s t.he plan ii featuhe s. oj'f O.thez$.t A ere -u
Ji+ r s 6' 1 d' t et in u m it, vroducu~ou and determ ine validity of the result, w honich ue ny ia wtt+ .'oh --i o .. "6 we e a
] .prs~I,+*cultural produora wets, issu 'by Y ... .. .. t -.uL';Aa f,:re t,,,. -si.ar\ by Chu great diver.
847 0t, V fmnfUuepr,,- the prices of products used and con_- 'the Ien f h e~r ~tw,. t .-ean noxt~~eue
duct; W b.xp-,.ore in vaille $Z+s t+9& 2+ 'sun ed by'the People, are justly pro,7ok7]- dec ided by Ihe bt-4, 't 3u+1_ce.+, -U vili. -i L+., =-: -+- -. I".. I f a u a t r d p e -+... l .. .
1b .... ta V. ..... '.ne four ilei of the conzation pro. A
-i b 6% h t aor tb y act thata tu a 10 ... ... .
00 tar years inal our -.Yr when... The indsrilcmmsIi cr~er.ateda by_ took up .arms .....Tha_-ac.tim.- Interv~entin in+nantetbat.io,: i of go tfiegen and
*nlvyearsmr- ou destfocries soln the at of COnurass of June 16, Lb. has of Amercan and British warshiDd be. "3s I ols
a,,n.y b-p" 4 en e n a g ed in m I e a r, i. p.oi. -.e ; ,t tt thi e t,_rgn a tion ot c ers a

a odece ednp a n n those oboamd aboa F'aitda i m estAi e 10^ yeahatai Slnd, -of minqur Whnde i tio r oopsa nrow
., er or8 n 189he th peru~e qaenton involved i h e c r e ~r at dh e vog t ed sa in ra t *pr r teou at- d r.r es al e~ M ij ..h
"eo c .uber 1en' h-i ron t Of comb)inationsin restraint Of prsa Inh this emergencya .- "" ijon thelto a 'il p ,
ftovernmenmareeiprctsoaosupeet& ~cveo~-o b eulsi ruh n tecni jn, fromer alld 63,a^tnen. t
,I o er n freare de d Jrei a 0 1ou r as d e and competition They have not, mission of rereenta ve othte United ", 'd

ar neas n ,including $1174 'y'14 14, et co n pleted t eir im ves igatons of. States, G erm any and G _treat Brm am %vias .i e nv last -. 11 m s. ..- in t]
' I n t r alu d .i >.2i6'ri 5 3a1 in d eb n d t h is s u bje c t a n ld t h e c o n c lu s io n a n d ,n''.s e n t T o S a m o a ti ,n V e s t l ga tO th 0 t u A o b e ..j ,iue ., It u t _.o n g r e s .D A o rfl- 'r T

..en a Pjiu ra o a s luaeo nte e recommendations at which they may ai0ta n and provide a tempo y-,ria Teme .4r.. an d" v'^'e' date." en ha n a
re a e 6 1 ,9 8 ,00 3of C ut o ms op er a i n. ^ ^ q ite n o -a ti.n o 1.P r i o h v n l e d~ n o 4 0 0, rm a inng c od o f r acl i ver
P t s .r g a e B O t w +_ u t m a rrive a re u n d e term in ed T h e su bject B y its ac tive e ff o rts a,W a ce ify l soOf~ o rreI the-.---w l S pa 2 i r,. .a l c on ii
M, p rer.$206.128',461'5 and those ne ng rise to many divergent! was reached for the, time being, the.,Inrt of ...., w.ile ,an., _d t_ h-,..
'lvla, Internal revenue $2"-13.437.151.61. .Isn tuean 0le org---h-'eniaoisevui oi V [liePj-\~l-Ox-P-.$j e~tueu.
th e th e e x e n d itu r e s v ie w s a s t t ntu r e a o ki n og h i gp b e m aing a b olis h e d a n d ill u t he r U n it ed S i -t r e 0 v o ff.-.e r s
-were.,h 02 ,_ levn a deficit of cause and extent. of ihe injuries to the. ienal goverumetntestab,,bed. h avo n.r, b ea.ben dirocbharge+d~t l bro'
1 t n g a 15 3 69 .2 unb lil w h ic h w a y resu lt; fro m ,, la rg e I WeCa rynd a io ns u n im o sl t y Iad e n.i l7 7 e n t e t .. 1
t 1 1 1,o e r5o f t e 5 00., 0 0 0 c o m b i ne ri ~ o n s o on c e u~ n nE g m o r e ., o r b y t h e c e r a is l ao n f o r a p e r m a n e n t a d o fI and . a s p e c ia l r m en o f r !
,sa s ,hs -ut re ei t fo "h c re tless numerous en r rute Iut ion "er l-tio +t o .,,,, l
-A c lli geate. $640 958 112 t; ,13r3ops fo t e cu r1~. t -^n w which -reviou~sly to tihe form s- tak en ofder o siderS a tio n at e h e ors3. aud m er, on duty in thne fliz! [,

+.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~in "f th combiena e e u rcit er .... =v hnai n wremll f c arrie l.,take hu tandethA noer'ai n b denthr 'e "U0e mtta m, uroeuta.reo
-a+- ti on v11 bi i of. Th presrat aop-- u a pow er parties to. ril ... ... .. ... .. act- "o 131 10. S 0 V lnar i r eni al6 i in rt e.
OX++ --- p sep d f a bout~ ex e dt.u000 ..0s w il -oe aseprdarat ly m opretee wh re yhery w ere Eng an iud, by m ort e nO .5,00 aofut er s the r i -iaso f .... ,s

'i ~leavtl ee .ing b a surplu of I' is unive sall c n e e -d' t", soi i a. re n a o v n i n C a-) - autiekre,q 110r~ nd '+ $ efl a

"11nso hesu tng P .w c enrs or coto ths -`-- 'ib:`" -4 o t s e l- c. t.l e- atore uofwach2 to49 .ta ta cmgrea h
hasno1a aseau 011101 dwarsm~to bte n eottb isandry in. re, as t oon -. 5 eulara and 594
.0ina e r e d d u e 3 m r eo by ariula in ds o f m 'Po wer .o Sa o .,goav._p _-autb rt to.;. increase voi n e rs
in er a re e u tc e nt cand ieo c m od t necessary to. .h ` A s 'bn fistar a rra ge etl -as ca ai,,n not "x'n 65, t! ,
..se a o t$ 0 0, 0may Denoer al ue C0 2 11111 t uy by s ,upp e s n nao t cl d be w e n .. ...er m e t. of ( r -"i t i-.- au T ... e h r lr eb of
qW r to gcn itin fthu re ase uryn ,ra an orin r c- Ger.. ... .; m ay au n dn l mEngla nd, o y virtue ofa t d ,-6,000 JP men.- esi hentoi e r ito fomp.
t resec to cas on than a e.cnd ; thia ose .un o seu~,u*--' ;ol w hic n E ness arily reotied .m. gr at. 'ar o a i n de .odrtheR. .iu t tl rge. 43y v.ir~a Xla.. d
i. k prce are unul eneroend tude ...... th+ie oge cn- ie~ino teSaih.a n ot 9teacaplg ~l0mrs
pz.biirsow in m a rkeby th rev e. .a..ll.. . .t~ = o b inslt in w rough a d ih e c d -,9a a-rm .0ie s a d o 4 "~
Mre % .. p case d acton.....lar .Th r + ,-,mus .-t h+ be a nieedy fav r o th Unitpo ed: Sor tate s e lur te i 'Me.][ n adr g 2.-A- pa c.yiears.ve h aTie now a
r4) Th y them evilsinvove .... suc ......... .; .i .... a dliiA Ov rA dil-oted t)h to or -a
i.s .If' the perac ot t esentu lar utm uw can be -x- tha .otoA.p a o t '.ga. u-.'.I. ....iis di en, .
.+ a' + le ar e x --'-. ten- e m ore wh e retaionly o m olmn t e to do toio a t s o Apo rtne hun red and se nt. 4n -i ,Z fcers.`d'-,TSiehstedw.n an a be
hiskk Ub erifio,, ofJ -hs eutigfo

-the mean. ''Visea nd t 3u nIIU 11 jt U LIULoA- -.. ..
^te presented tm e gress should enact a suitable govern- ........ Tf..h ,
.i redempaion. :.ToheNicaragu; Cl ""l o menlt for the ceded territory. Of thehe 1 o ebn J9, q he
%' iystrv with which had been engaged upon the work that end I shall treat in another pars of try UnitedI
.- a ipm, ttendant--a larger em.- of examination and survey for arioute ibis message. Sae n pi:wgsge.I:po
P f 1rlabor 'at higher wages-. across Nicaragua, having completed its- ... The withdrawal of the authority of videdaogohrl1tgta ~ti
++ + + S.'m+ + + .+ + + +o we,,^^^ + ..on.. t+"- "..+.
i~ O'.t.r~le~icltgm-oved on May 3La, andon Juntl 0 anew "fected by Jan. 1, so that the full. re- es- archipelago knowu !as the Philippine
d tM. 11; 1 le true tlat year by onimission known as the isthmian tablishmenE of peace found the relin. t, mnds; that the LUlted States-should
,"areas of lanri under 'canal commission, was, organized under o quishedb terriory eld by us in trust for p.tSin the su 'o fsfio
..SEbreino .olme of the terms of 'the'a.t approved March 3, the ,h.abttan g undwr t-e of dotars3, and t haL; e civil rights and

*1Drasn voluS;^^ ts='-dmain-tainiS -
'. te ~ s 7 s:. ; = % ^K ?.&_#tton, corn and examining the direcon of te executive tuoia govru- political sdt'ar s of thel nati v inhabitants
f i''L: larger volume of American ,isthmus with a view to de. mieat and control therein as should con. of the territories ttlauq ceded to the

*' h 'is espeotallv no. training theo most practoiable aud serve public order, restore r." pr,;duc. -t e kl-be determined by
I Y pp harvesting and co0p feasible route for a-ship canal across Live conditions of Peace iso long dis h~eales. Tht% treaq'-was -ratified
i thatithmus, with its probable cost and-turd bv the ustabiry and disorder Jbt en 6 o br -ofy,
, 't"..soythe national other-essential'etai. w p eter part of 1899,and by the government of Spa '
.in0'Poiebled to nrove a reason. This Commission, under' the presi- the preceding .three decades, and -build on the 19th of -Harch -following. The
[io"h~~~~rout'gh which needlul ad- denny of -Rear'Ailmirl -onO. al-.ptt tranquil development of the do. ra tifioati.:fJ-e-n ~i~ ;u ther ewt
,A6 ci. ulao coldrfo ker,. U,: S. N_., retired,, entered promptly mes~tc state whereby alone e'4a be r~al- of April, anti the'Treamv poblieoly, pro-
,iiib tm .macle. Changior cont. o pqn the, work. intrusted to it and is ized thae high purpose as proclaiuntid' in'.'blalmed., on the bad of_ March the oon-
0-4*4-a.,ptperently rendered it in- now carryingon examinations in Nica" t'ne joint resolunlunadopr'ed b# the-'Gn" greassyvted the swut coutq}mpl'Ated by+
Tl. h.t and. The high mar. [ragtllaalong'thte route, 0lethe Panama -resoApi l ,9 S8 ywihthe t~he,,treaty and the amount .was .paid
n...Ulotlisrurd eel.. aal and in Darien~fromi the Atlantic, United Stat~es disclaimed any dtsposi- ovef'+in the '-'piuisf goV'ertfat~ut on the
'-ie largee prewitims which from the neighborhood of.,the", Atra$lt0 lio or in e to -ox rci s ve "utv, lst of Ma y. I
r=,-i n o n e t o o x r t- c r l .i- n af"e'm tand in the m market river to the-4WY`+of- +-Pans~m ~a On th e P&", jurisdictio u or con trol over C uba, ex-', In rbis m anner the Phi supplies cam e
orc x On iutoae itmsues or both operate, efin side. Good progress has been' cept for the pacitfi,.arion tbhereot', aud as-t, to the Unitied Siates.. Tiq.;s lauds, were
J g-t', ihfr,+pjt.ear to be the influences mqsde, but; under rhe law a comprehen- "sorted itil dereruitaaTiou when that- ,wag o by t"e govr m n of -'-
v ., la paii4srutcuits and cowoplote in ve-stipation is called acd~mphshed to leave tha government which bad been i, u~idispuated pVosese-
T. rhid at, t utm of oongres-3 is respect,- for, w hich will require much labor and and control of the island to kitsp 0eope stun of thbeui for deniuriea They were
Th l acotaie in oli a~co ped n tlucrpl%- bv clar authorized
-Alp--" fiifiB...tie~lto tu)is important matter Considerable time for itsl a-clomphish- Tep,,eona d -tISie-u "p ."-".[ "I '
0W,.'t,*e@9fas,'ertaining whether menr, The work will be .prosecuted- as lieu is of the highest Ibod~rab~e"-Obli'la- agents in Paris wider Mr direction of
+ --m,,ma-. rt~u. r i+~ nable modidcath,ns expeditiousii. as p,)sstble .and a report... .. in5tru r e serd. 1 > l f a di ebleI rol e~td!te~t ba toutl ,:s;otinpo r r e~e
94RYntl,.e,. d.ne~,in'-ih- nat-iouat back act made at Ette earlieit practicable date. .liev6 that sul,stantial. pr,)&'re-t:s 1;is'lbeua ntu.i cn i-1e- cl
As; .. .q'i(,i~~ +..L r ~ vie in the partiou The great, im;:,urtanoe Of"' ti work made in this dirt'cti,_n.- Ail the admin- stdhtativbos bi Ithe, pdop It' in both houses
cannot, be to.) o;t-eu or zoo++ stLongl ~ tv.e tlr=~%td !.uag!o og~,ladw.'e~mtk0
mum 414.'s'Ir e l~bterus.l t I Vrajin lresrsietre that. pressed upon t=0 111tenu1Lou eO 'tW'~a-t ... G+ W -" .. ,

c0nutru,-'t a p in :.f ,....,vYr!-rao.'nE wbieb
shll e stiabhlsh "antd maintain !ree dom
'and order -and peace hi th' Philippines.
The-- iisuerrec rion is ..still, Pxsiiiu u al
W..ligin it iru u r-;f rt>r,~~r i- will be r-iuiied as ro. ,the --tual ,r.uudi.
tio"ii of ar!it1- Leie'f6re' inaugurating a-
permanent schemri-df ciavii gorvt-nr'Waet.
::Un-til cojxgreisH Ln't;l Daven made k',ovwn
"the f.ri, ,i ,:;t'r--!.n ot '.rs w ill, I .Soull
.'vo: the authoity v-.-tl 1 in Lia by tu,-
'..'i,[1i t ul.1,l3 a alld atJ utp.; to uphold
Tbhe 9t",,l,:e,:0ry oOfb he::oltlied Stat. s.in
;.bn8,'.~nsaiit .isla,nds, as in 'all either
Iplames wbre ,,Dr fl tir rightfully floats
-Our'fla4,' has never wa,vrd over any
cormnui'rv oUt in' blessfiti. be'ievi
tbo iAll, i,,ns m;wiitl -s0on. recognize Htt,-
_fj.Qt th4..t,j sita>b notjO$tjt$ gif.t.,off beUe,
d riou ill this worldwide .LuUrnuy td
+t Lr i, shores .. .. ..... ... "






At last, sayithe New York New-,
the real currency issue is going to be
brought squarely before congress and
before the people. The republican
caucus bill for perpetuating and ex-
tending the national bank system is a
measure regarding which there can
scarcely be two intelligent opinions.
It is drawn up in the interest of the
money trust pure and simple. It ig-
nores the true welfare of the people,
and is calculated to pave the'way for
the total withdrawal of government
paper currency and making the entire
nation dependent on a most selfish
class of monopolists.
The value of a national bank note is
obtained from the guarantee that it
will be redeemed by the United States
government in case the bank issuing it
fails. Nobody knows, nobody cares,
whether the bank is solvent or not.
In fact the bank may have failed days,
weeks or months ago, yet the notes
bearing its name will paseo current
anywhere, perhaps for years to come.
For the privilege of trading to this
great extent on the government credit
the banks should naturally be made to
pay, but instead of that the govern-
ment pays them handsomely, in the
shape of interest on its own bonds de-
posited as security in the treasury. In
other words, the thing which makes
the bank notes as good as treasury
notes is not only given gratuitously,
but the banks are hired to use it.
This seems absurd, but it is the plain
truth, and instead of undertaking to
put the banks where they belong this
bill puts them still further forward on
the road that will give them a com-
plete monopoly of furnishing the peo-
ple with better paper currency.
No better question could be put for-
ward than this to discuss before the
voters in the next presidential cam-
paign. The republican proposition is
so illogical and so unjust to the public
at large that the democracy should
'have no difficulty in securing its over-
whelming defeat at the polls.


People should not jump at conclu-
sions which a little reasoning would
dissipate. Despite the warnings peo-
ple have had thousands are daily
being humbugged and swindled.' The
Atlanta Constitution says that most of
the schemes are worked on the princi-
ple used by the man who advertised
that he would send a handsome por-
trait of George Washington for 10
cents. He received a multitude of
orders, and each and every one he
tilled by sending a two-cent stamp.
Another party offered to disclose a
secret method to quick wealth for the
consideration of 25 cents. When an-
swers came, he wrote the numerous
applicants, saying "my prescription
is, to catch suckers like I am doing
myself." Let the average news-paper
reader, the
P,-.. j^L.;.41&.BA1W H^.^t^
al^^^~r-^-i^^^ ti^*.

It. is p i,..-a~ ,- i .... .1 .. i ,, *>i ih ,. ,il.;i- n t
relations e.i-t6i-6u' between the l:qading
newspapers of Penqacola. Both the
Journal and the News are ably con-
ducted and influential papers, and
they are accomplishing a great deal
toward building up the material in-
terests of that city. rhe News speaks
in compHminetary terms of the Jour-
nal as, follows:
,"The Pensacola Daily Journal's
autumnal special edition, called the
'Thanksgiving Number,' his made its
appearance, and is receiving warm
praises and high commendation from
every one who sees it. It is a hand-
some large, quarto of 42 pages, with
illuminate; cover, and crowded fuli of
the most interesting matter, including
historical and statistical articles,
biographical sketches of -prominent
eittizeiis, portraits, views, and 20 pages
of advertisements. The mechanical
execution of the work is in the best
style, and the reading matter ajiows
the marks of careful and skillful effort
on the part of its compilers. The
Journal and its management are enti-
tled to sincere congratulations upon
the appearance and success of theli
enterprising venture, which is des-
tined to insure large r,'-,4t, and ir-a.
portant ben,-ht. in behalf of Pcnsa-
cola's interests and proge-ss. .. .-

- So many of us forget that it is the
weak fellow who is in the ditch, rather
than the strong man who is on the
throne of partial or pronounced pros-
perity, who most needs the helping
hand/of the influential and powerful.
So many of us are reudy to help the
fellow wh,,osu pathway is easy, while we
will pass by the unfortunate who
really needs a help'ina& hand. So many'
of us are prone to sneer at, if not cBu.;h,
the man who has been in, error uarad
who is trying to do better77-to make a
new man of himself-while v '8'il
throw more sunshine and more mate-
rial help into the lap of thestalwart

r LA.W AND OlIliAlL.

THI_ SL'N Is now, ever iiau bee'n, anld
ever will be, in favor of the enforce- t
meant of the laws. Undpr no circum- :
stances will it attempt to use its influ- I
ence In the direction of screening c
those who commit crime, more espe- t
cially the crime of murder. I
It il the non-enforcement of the law E
that comn mission of crime. Any man who i
wink at or In any manner encourages i
the cl mission of crime does himself i
and the community in which he lives i
an injustice. I
The enforcement of the law is abso- i
lutely essential to the preservation of i
good government. It is that sort of
protection which, every community
must have if its citizenship would be
prosperous and happy.
No greater calamity can befall a
community than to permit criminals
to escape punishment. Corruption in
the administration of the law demands
th~e strongest possible condemnation.
There is not a community in the
state of Florida where public senti-
ment is not on the side of law and or-
der, yet it is a most humiliating truth
that the rightful operation of the law
has been defeated by those whose duty
it was to enforce the law.
This condition of things has long
existed. It has been talked about for
years, until a point has been reached
where it is believed that further for-
bearance would cease to be a virtue.
The mere expression of public sen-
timent has proven ineffectual to cor-
rect existing evils. It is essential
that something else be done t6 reach
those who recklessly disregard the
peace of this community by flagrantly
violating the' law.
Certainly it would seem that those
who have been guilty, or who are
likely to be guilty of trampling the
laws under their feet, have had timely
warning that it would be best for them
to. call a halt. But they have not
heeded the warning given them. They
have treated public sentiment with
contempt until the indignation' of the
peaceful, law-abiding citizens can no
longer be suppressed.
The time has come when, in self-
defense, public sentiment must be
respected. In some manner not only
the letter, but the spirit of the law
must be enforced. The administering
of impartial justice will deprive no
man of his rights. The enforcement
of the law will protect every good cit-
Officers of the'law who strive to dis-
charge their duties, should have not
only the sympathy, but the substan-
tial support of the people. Offenders
should be-taught to fear the law and
the officers of the law. They should
0 be made to know that if they commit
crime they will be punished. Public
sentiment, organized so that it will be
made effective, will secure the enforce-
a ment of the law, punish criminals and


That millionaire who ajdid to hi,-
wealth at the expense of the poor, who
speculates off of misfortunes of his own
creation, whose wealth leads him to
believe that he has a right to trample
upon the struggling millions, is an
enemy to mankind, a cold-blooded
tyrant, and more to be condemned
than a highwayman. He sees but
little pleasure in anything that is
legitimate, and apparently loves to
despise those who earn their living by
the sweat of their brows. He is an
enemy to free government and would
take from the common people of the
country their liberties by reducing
them to slavery. But all millionaires
are not mdn of this character. There
are many.millionaires who are bene-
factors, who are friends of free govern-
ment, wh( sympathize with the poor,
who inves) their capital in the devel-
opment of natural resources, who give
employment to thousands who need it,
who take k pride and a pleasure in the
prosperitS of others as well as them-
selves. Sich millionaires are benefac-
tors, and ioo much in praise cannot be
said of lbem. There is a sentiment
containedIn the following from the
Times-Union and Citizen, which,_,is
worthy of appreciation: "When Mr.
Flagler shall have planted a million
people abeiween Jacksonville and Ke^
West in happy, Komes, healthful#I
mind and,,body, h.?Kwili have comeas
near as nkan may do to the primal
miracle of,callinga world into exist-
ence. Thife is the business of the mil-
lionaire Ainerican by which he can
best serv a hif people and his country
-by it. liI preserves forever the status
in mind ind body of the average citi-
zen, sturdy in his independence, strong
in mind and body, contented in peace
and invincible in war.
"Thereiare yet lands to be drained,
lands to be irrigated, harbors to be
deepenedI and forests to be opened to
the sweeter uses, of civilization. Let
the slumi of the cities be relieved of
their surplus, let a place be found for
every tramp who does not deserve to
suffer because he disdains to work, and
let public opinion emphatically declare
that in!Vhese the American million
aire find beneficent place in the scheme
of our social conditions."

Financial distress, civil war and the
bubonic :plague are playing havoc
with abtxL half a dozen of the South
Amerida* states. There will never be
peace, prosperity and happiness in
that calamity stricken country until
it is annexed to the United States. It
would bMr far better for the people of
'the Soi th American states, to be
placed utider a'.protectorate until they
become Icapable of self-government.
They arqs doing nothing but eating
s each other up and are a -stumbling
block 14 the way of advancing civili-
-"- ~-H* i- 7 -,4t,

B. X. ]IMoOBBAST, dite iand.Publaoher.

Terms of Subscripton :
e1.00 a Year; Six Mbnths, Fifty Cent; Sin-
!* 0oples, 6 cents.
Advertising Rates:
Local Advertiaements 16 cents a line for
Ike drat and 10 cents for each additionallnser
Displayed advdrtlements for three, six
nd lI months at special rates. Prices fur-
|shed upon application.
Marriages and Deaths Inserted free. Oblt-
marlen and personal communications, 6 cents
% line.

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t MzAt e lic;i'lriks, Nut Trees,
^ k i!& r 1Ga/liJ (J! 1 &L-i:\) rrnip-mntail Trees. Roses. C^ M
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-; .-o a C,-,ni,!, ,.m <'-,:k ,)1' Iri---tI ,ml Ii.irll >eed, aiil Fancy Poq
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pf-We will not aftept stamps of a larger
denomination than cents.



The Twice-a-Week Sun and the
Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer one
year .................................$ i50
The Twice-a-Week Sun and the
Thrlce-a-Week (N. Y.) World one
year .............................. $1.65
The Twice-a-Week Sun and the At-
lanta (Ga.) Weekly Constitution one
year ................... . ... $1.75

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I,.,? Uck & CCr. Inc.), Fulton. Desplains andWryriB Sts.. CHICAGO. I.-,

The Philippine insurrection seems
to be on its last and fast legs.

A wireless telegraph company with
a oavital of $10,000,000 has been char-
tered under the laws of New Jersey.

Too many of the men who boast of
being self-made seem to have been
interrupted before the job was fin-

The Kansasians who three years ago
used their dinner horns to cry calam-
ity are now using their sheep shears
to clip coupons.

Pensacola, Jacksonville ind Tampa
are all reaching out for trade, and we
trust that neither of these cities will
be disappointed.

Anything that the citizens of Gaines-
ville may do to assist the business
men of Tampa to get up a creditable
carnival, we are sure will be appre-
The Ocala Banner 6eoonds the sug-
gestions of THE SUN for the building
of a rock road from Gainesville to
Ocala. The road is a necessity, and
Its construction should not be delayed.

Steel says: Inquisitive people are
the funnels of conversation; they do
not take in anything for their own
use, but merely to pass it'to another.

ThO proposed gala week in Tampa

Now that couer'-.-, is in session
everybody shouldld keep posted as" to
what our lawmakers are doing. jo-
less the people are informed so" that
they will be prepared to make a time-
ly and intelligent protest it is possible
that their interests might be very se-
riously damaged. If, congressmen
know that the people have their eyes
upon them, and that a proper'estimate
will be placed upon thelr legislation,
they will hesitate before -they adopt
rash measures. The better informed,
the people are ifthe more ce-tain it iI
that wholesome laws wil] be passed.

Durham 'Sun:... *IHesed is the nfn
who magnitreth the advantages' of hi-
own town and standeA.h by it with loyal.
deedls when others speak ill of it con-
tinually,for upon the last day the man
of praise and _,ond ork will Vtt a harp
a asJa-k._ck," and the


Thei meeting at the court house on
Monday night, which was attended by
a large number of representative citi-
zens, is a movement in the right, di-
rection. The mere-expression of pub-
lic sentiment has 'not reached. benefi-
cial results. The evil which has been
complained'of for so many years, has
not been cured., It ha& been sufficient-
ly demonstrated that the element
which has been the source of. trouble
in the past, will continue to defeat law
and justice if permitted to do so. Not
being willing to obey the law, it is
essential that they should be compelled
to do so. The patience of the law-
abiding people Of Alachua county has
been severely tested, and it is remark-
'able that there has not long since been
an outburst of indignation such as
that which was manifested at the
court house on Monday night.
The object of the Law and Order
League, as we understand it, is highly
commendable, and we trust that in its
efforts to correct existing abuses it
will meet not only with moral but
substantial encouragf-ment.
The interests of the people of this
community demand good government,
and it is apparent that law-abiding
citizens have made up their minds
that good government shall prevail.
Public sentiment, in organized form,
will apply the knife to the cancer and
cut it out root and branch.

.The tail end of a northern blizzard
has struck Florida, and we do not
believe that it has anywhere been
welcomed. .. -- --. "+- - _

"wily pIa, ia w"lo are rolling in wt.ealth


orn tibi

1.0 l h v Iwa v -I -- '-;,ri-- ..
CI-onserva,.tism, patriotism and oh- -
servance of l the la-m o should ho thw -'*,. .- ; ,, ,* :". .. ., -'.', ,,'",,." 5 1*
policy of ever' .ood citizen. In all -.. ....... ... .1--ISO
ey o e e oo A,., -." ;'CA 3-A BIJ. II : L $.llA 0' 1 1 1 ,l ...i l el. ilh ji', iVL.,,,-petII,,-- a
ca es w er he l wsar esc i ht + o + -; .. ...... ..........j ...r..... r 1, _
courts they should prevail until the.v ,+ .... , -, -11... i1 1.1a.,. ,I
,1l. l. A 4 Ilt A R -4 -1 0 L1, F 11 h 1 i t Dt~i ll Ot.f, l
are aboli,hed. All unju-3t laws, if en- ".-,.i., o.ar Snecia! Offer Price $15,:5 -
forced, w ill in due course of time be" ., :. -I i. .-n,.1 ,Ire I .2i III W 1 a',-rm .-l ;'e i ',-or- I, r i.i'r ,l'mllw.
.. ^ L, ,1i, J~tfAV I THREE MONTHS' TRIAL ii- v-,r ..wn .11,,nlBa^ ^ ^ ^1 1.
made odious. There should be no vig- J I THrn OanvT aH v-T ar, ii [i...I.,| nti
"~~ ,,1 -Y )l, l fl Io.r f Senl ia r aelif.l' t ,. l'.. m, JO O10 0. it 1.00 .B 'I
orous kiekinz again-nt the enforcement 11- i .,..i ,. all fuivr i,.irii.id in Ourr I-ro -Ip .i.-i a i alaBaiaeen.a1e.
~..I "iI..50 L..r in, 'DZOP DESK CA41TET BURDICK .50 Z. 5 ??
o f a ny law k. !a thep-r'ea teastval i,: v cr offered by iLayhouse. R *l
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS b, ti,,rn,,7concerns
If it is true, as Gen. Lord Methuen ;l i i n_. lrm,, U hl i 72hn.. i n witl ii
% ,t lI J 7 i r ,d :-r~ l.a n n r il e .)m e if r i n d i n ( w el aag l i d l r D h o .e a r e
telegraphed 1,0 Queen Victoria, that R L- ^ t -,F lR. 'A"P lii-ol)-"RE e"
the battle fought at the Mnodder River TH* E BURCH 'l'%FK ruIv U.nI vint oF eichy ..IBH
GKVu;i i A )iil jlliF IADF, 1Fi1 THE
-was the blotIdiet of the century," DUt1-*ii)!, S A,;6. MFl^l: 1 :1I :,[ ,i KE..IN .%12 i7 IC .,
then about half of his command must ....... .. l :--"-.-,. i" . SOLE) OURTER SAWED OA ou^ --
have h.en either killed or wounded. S ..,.-^ ra^-_ --^, ; il..o roi.D Q!UART ER,.L.ui ,-_ aWaii inech ioEed, O A e'11
As he maS have to fight once or" twice r i~+, ell,.i t.... ull..,m+, t h ,t .Ae ..... be-ad in, pi tabsf. r o., ..,
.,:.-?r m tlllf u i,'--a ri ta blme an h ed 6pmye for sein,'
more before he can reach Kimberl4v, Fl,' t:l,- .', ihlc i.wu..... f'r$ ih.flr_,e..t nickel dmwer puiiBreuao
tie will brin-- pf; G L d, .. tl i rht '.ri i"' tl ll !6 geriuhr,e m l Badln
he will bring pr'cious few men to the "i. -r ',,Vi 4r. hirahfa.i.rp itrle "',ur titnon tf-dseiedi,= ea X
relief oif that placLA.. "ineaib ieba-i 4pm'
.ll e1 0 "p ia' i h h. r i l ., ein I.. -e u;.l l o 1h_. l a i et pral l e p ape8 e r f o o i I np ro y e d
;. ier,]i,at,:r! i.e,?, l l,'rpaterLdre-3s uard. headIs handsomely..
-.. "; '." .,.... I nrnqimnt'l,d 3nd beuMllfally NICKEL TT l ED ,
The New York News is working. ":UR,. ,A RN T-EIE D he IMkitehal running, moqur e aes v,,
1 -- --= -=a,- ., L, r.y to nila--a t abient i6 rurnilled and env.Free ]rnstructio r
v igo'ou iy to have the national demo- '."-: 'ea,\n;,,,.,I ,T D I a Gnd d o eit h -i aorat yWl ofeP
,..n..'.a,,.,i,y h LABS'a Bnv. YNee n U ARtAN TE33e i shvepll o nt kind h er.1
cratic convention held in Ahat eil y. " -;^ t |IT 7S I YOU NOTHING to see and evainethi
i '! - +x+it P :0 ,l- ,1.1 ,then iLf c,,n -ed ou a'e savig SILWe
Little I 1 .5.. 50 1If a ..n7 d '" wirhfil la'&e ve""ont
l- ,\ ..'i\. i. r f:.: 'I, i l-. h.'fhu,-IfAC4o. arethr.roughlyrptable.-F
.L... ,l :',. P',,-;i0UCK & CO. (Inc.) C-*.

P im ple T ulrn Bootblacks in Rlaleigh are by a new Root is talked of as
ordinance r. quired'to pay .$5 a year the vice-presidency,.
ancef rlicenoe. They say they propose, to. toned Bryan's
to Ca ce.^d rorm a trust and barge "ten ,
Cancer often results from an im- -nhke There is as yd t no th s S
purity in the blood. inherited from nikl"Teeisa etnt
generations back. Few people are en- their applying fror an in3j,ifne-.
tirely free from sometaint in the blood, taking the matter before the su ,-M=!
and it is impossible to tell when it, will court. After mal
hreak. out in the form of dreaded Can- rivpd.aT
or.. What has appeared to be a mere Oklahoma klpc her Llaie for home r i ml Pfll.E
pimple -or scratch has developed into MIS b 'e .-.mls
the most malignant Oanoer. use, and imposts a fine of from $25 t almost
thel mostmalgnat caught a ost
"I had a severe Ctncar which was at first" s-,i on ayone $pfauh- ipil nggame of *a Comm
only a few hlotobee, That I thought would out of the territory. --The i rawce war- aleuce of a oHBB-M-L
treated y several able den pounced 0/5,000 quail the other
physiplans, but lispit" day at Oklahoma City, 'about to be
oftLhel r sports thie Can- .. r. S. A F a
cerspread until myoon- shipped to Ohe Armour Packing Co.
Is/WSE~c Vf\dlllon beecimealarming __ hsDaeteWWKU
dllneomaarigAftor manv months oi at Kansagaper, the
O treatments and growing whole lot / hereafter be public
steadily worse i de- I .d instead of Williston
.^ \^^S^h ^^mew asstrongly Mr. ". P. Gil.nn, wup.rintendent of --sy '-"+ S I W ^
recomeded T he t ry st. S.S. o
.. y bottle produced an Jia schools`,of Duval count., 'is referred to THE B K OFIp
provelment. I continued _.S
the medicine, and in as a probable candidate for state su- "The Bow-legged Gh0--
Nour mothsc toedaoff,-perintendent of education. HeiEsaid \Vshan ,nti-.
Ton years have elapsed, to be thoroughly compe,-tent to di;- ductk.oneri by -I
andnotfasignothedl~e ts returned." charge the duties of the ( lice. It i- gai atpet poet, p'. ll I
G.. ILLIburg Mis. lames \W hit- I-*,
Gillburg. Miss. probable that there will be a number ,vmb Riley. An '.,.. '
It is dangerous to experiment with of aspirants for the position. illustrated vol- -- '
Cancer. The disease ij beyond theskill humeo orbua _e
of physicians. S. S.S. i the only cure, The time is in sight, it is claimed, Baketebeq. verse, |
beas"ti heol ,r m dfaeedtios para-. ] ": '
because it is the only remedy which when South Carolina will he tbe L ec- seend. ee
goes deep enough to reach 'Cancer. ign n p. .and
end state in the union in bo.th spin- I o)1.ujep;. A book I.,' .,'
-IhaI wt l not t w-l n
f^1^ r^rO ljFf^ ning and weaving of, cotton. ,We hope disappoint the N'.> *^tt
S ; F ~ 00or DoIo o oo.ow ,. +oo.reader. as ,t '' I'""

.#a n 13 T o'the day i not far distaIt whenushe enters a new ."
W will stand first; and then we hope Lo and heretofore -
(Swift's Specific) is th5e only blood +u nexplored
(swtSphee Florida overtake and pass her in fld of humor.
Bdy g~axanteed Purely Vegetable. ,eilridatoerak / ..A book to b
and passaen th indutrialrace
All others contain potash and mer-rthe industrial ae 'eadaudandbe
eury, the most dangerous of minerals, enjoyed among
Books on Oanaer and blood diseases "When Ezrs.CSag First Baag, "The an
mailed free by Swift Specific Company,. 1 A Couldmnt Laugh," "' Possible Titls or F t
maA"ed Frd, .... Icit pecee ete.. This Boihks," "Seiling Locks of Hair," "No Woman, ,
Atlata, eorga. '.* ~~ ^ ^^ Faid." "St're'ey Aetreffieg," aet., etc. Th~isaO
For Infants and Children. edition bound in cloth, printed on extra !
CURED Y .egetabl and abfoineihthe best humorous bookp
iCURED) with vegetable di t hed. Worth $2.50, mailed postpaid for $I.4
DROPSY rau-ny thousand cases T K rated catalogue mailed tiree Gives y tfllto-h
called hopless. In ten 'rat c e mal ed drm s *-
daysatleast lwo- liird- of all F.nnrtrms re- Bears the y jpinces on all good bookL Arn P A
moved. Testimron la and TFN DAY;. treat- THE WER.NE-R COMPANY,
doat ft DE. H. H. GREN'S 7 ONS. Vox Wgnatr 3 01ia A n. .
XC. A~limn't%,.* ratri~alMi~~W^Ti~~lJ~W

I.i'tt. h^iis'I o the wx-'"
pansion question, "e"ays: "The state-
ment thit [ favor expansion is ahso-
lutely Use, and is conLrary to every
utteranme or expression of mine on the
subject. So consistegb in fact, isnmy
record (,n this subje,&,tbat it is ditti-
cult to believe that .4Mtlorida editor
can !m'sjnderstand iV1'

Theeditorof the Tampa State Re-
publiean, late postmaster of a suburb
of that city, is chock full of envy,
hatred and malice. He di.-guss influ-
ential republicans, and is an object of
commiseration on the pan of demo-
eraLs. Had he the power doubtless he
wouldwipe up the earth with the
part+ibut he is altogether harmless to
oLhe.*i. The only thing of which he
has e-A' made a success of is the
wipitg out of himself.

Vl The people everywhere should watch
the proceedings 04 congress. No one
can tell, rhat that body. may do. The
.more Important points discussed
should be impressed upon the minds
.bt the people.'
.Two gentlemen of Montana," says

tbeban Francisco Bulletin, "both of
" Whom managed some time ago to get
into office, one as state senator and
the other as deputy sheriff, are now
accused of sheep' stealing."

Enlistments for the Boer army are
making good progress in, New York,
Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco
and other places, Irish-Americans
leading,, with Germans and other na-
tionalities volunteering as well.

On one point at least Senator Hanna
and the people are agreed. Hanna is
tired of the chairmanship of the na-
tlonal republican committee and says
he has bad enough, and the people are
willing to concede that in this instance
he has told the truth.

Here's a bit of good sound sense
from the Durham Sun: "If people
would talk about the good deeds of
their fellow men and women with as
much avidity as they do of evil deeds
LA Inaity, how much more joy and
there would be in the world?
the good and lift the world

at the expense of the credulous will
decrease and ultimately di-appear
from the business world.

By the very decisive vote of ""302 to
30 Roberts, the man with three wives,
has been refused a seat in congress.
The action of the House will meet
with the approval of over 75,000,000 of
the population of the United States.
It would have been a disgrace to the
nation had any other conclusion been
reached. Now if the virtuous mem-
bers of congress will :unseat those
members whose moral character is a
stench in the nostrils of the people,
they need not apprehend severe criti-


It is understood that the republican
manipulators of Florida will hold a
state convention some time in January
to select delegates to the national
republican convention. The people,
of course, will have little or no voice
in this gathering. When it comes to
nominating candidates for state officers,
with certain defeat staring them in the
face, the rank and file of the party
may be consulted. When there is
nothing in ijt for them the manipula-
tors can afford to be fair.

There is a general advancement in
wages throughout the New England
cotton mills center. The people every-
where will be pleased to hear of this
evidence of prosperity. It will be a
blessing to workingmen and a benefit
to mankind generally. When the
working people are properly compen-
sated all business interests are pros-

Fourteen new cotton mills have been
built along the line of the Southern
railroad in South Carolina, and four-
teen other mills have been enlarged.
What is the reason that Florida can-
not have a few cotton mills? If they
pay in other states wlhy should they
not Prove profitable in this state?

The proposition to reduce the num-
ber of southern delegates to the repub-
lican national- conventions may be
taken to indicate that Russell A. Alger
is not to be allowed to squander his
money in that direction in efforts to
secure the nomination to the presi-
Throat Sore?
There's no telling what a sore throat
will do if you give it "right of way."
Uncertain remedies often cause dan-
gerous delay. Make a cure sure with
PAIN-KILLER, tnown for half a cen-
tury a specific for sore throat, croup,
coughs, and all, kindred troubles.
Keep it by you for an emergency. It
never fails. Avoid substitutes, there
is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.

Congress should move very cau-
tiousy about any increase in the
standing army. Too much military
power is dangerous to free institutions.
It is as difficult sometimes for the
military and the civil authorities to
harmonize as it would be to mix oil
and water. As nearly as possible the
military power should be held to be
subordinate (-o the civil authorities.
Any inereasc of the army cannot be
too jealously watched.

A very remarkable showing of re-
ceipts from al sources of the Island of
Cuba for the nonth of October, 1899,
has been mad& public by the war de-
partment. Te total receipts for the
motfh aure $1,-23,650X7. These receipts
comprise customs to the amount of
$1,3.32,697.56; postal receipts to the
amount of $0,000; internal revenue
receipts to the|amount of $67,186.95,
and miscellaneous receipts to the
amount of $12, 6 26.

Many papers 'in South Florida are
urging the impiorement of the public
roads. That is right, and papers in
all parts of the state should do the
same thing. Alachua county is able
to place her roads in good passable
condition, and it should be done.
There is nothing lost, but.much gained
by keeping the roads in good repair.
Good roads. are profitable to any com-
Major Robert Gamble of Tallahas-
see,, a distinguished veteran of the
Seminole war, now in his eighty-sixth
year, has addressed a communication
to the' Florida delegation in congress
urging the allowance of an increase of
pension, under theiact of 1892, to the
few survivors of that war, nearly all of
whom are almost, if not quite, his own
The fire of the Boeri at Modder
River, the, British say, was the hot-
test on record and that it will revolu-
-tionim all tbhiat.

4"he Least Hair

Casts a Shadow,"

A single drop of poison
blood wilt, unless checked in
time, nake the whole impure.
oood's Sarsaparilla is the
great leader in blood purifiersm
It casts no shadow, but brings sun-
shine and health into every household.
Dyspepsia-,"1Suffered everything but
death for years with dyspepsia. Nothing
relieved me until I took Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla and it made and kept me well. Can
eat anything I wish." MRS. ERUGE1
MuRPHY, Hull's Mill, Danbury, Conn.
Consumptive Cough -1"Five years
ago I had a consumptive cough which re-
duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and
recovered normal health. I have been well
ever since." MATILDA BRIDGEWATER, Cor.
Pearl and Chestnut Sts., Jeffersonville, Ind.

le ridiHM--Wora in Kansas
O w ler da l'iPsRrs Mary Burns of
Baltimore fastened a toy balloon to a
diamond brooch, valued at $2,000, her
object being to amuse a child. The
car window was open and a sudden
gust of wind carried the ballon and
brooch out into the open. A reward
of $500 has been offered for the recov-
ery of the jewelry, and the cowboys are
all looking for it.

The republican majority in the
lower house of congress will attempt
to establish the gold standard and ,in-
crease the privileges of the national
banks. If there is any way to thwart
this movement it should be done. The
object of the republican financial bill
is not to protect tne interests of the
masses, but to enable speculators to
control thecurrency in their own behalf.
The single gold standard will cripple
the prosperity of %the country, while
bimetallism will promote the rightful
In lars

Hood's Pills cure liver ills; the non-irritating and
only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparii-.

Bum theB ^Th Kind You Have Always Boqgh
99=11ftN I^ '^ ^*^
vs eelr "",U

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Published 1brry Tuesday nd Friday at







Women a* Well .
Are Made
e. T e.

Kidney trouble pr 'ythe rrVW m 4ls- ,tft
oourages and lesns am ie .auty, V, r SM. D lMAN "
and ohC rfulns soon\
so when te kid- q
j0^ ^ b-ome sos prqvtt wdwlent C .

'^^ ^ /^ ]^^^ ?u^T^ TRADE Mfl." *,,
;i: -"( Jthat it i.9kt uncommon
/^iV ^U\,,\ ,j for a id to be, born
"1h The New Seed Law
,'_' ,i neys. 3f the child urin- Approved May 19,1899, makes it unlawful for
'"^So'_ "ia-.f ates t~o often, if the ay person to sell or offer for saleaay Garden
urnr slcthe fl ueh or i, when the child are in packages bearing on the outside in
reaches an age when it should be able to plaln letters a guarantee certificate of when,
SW.ere and by hom the seed were grown.
control the passage, It is yet afflicted with Pena ty not less than $25 nor gore than
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the caus of $100, fine.
the difficulty is kidney tro(able, and the first | -T
step should be towards ;the treatment of J SUw IWN
these important organs. ,'This unpleasant Seedsman, Ocala, Fla.,
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the sells seeds under his trade ark as above,
kidneys and bladder and hot to a habit as bearing the certificate required by law, be-
most people suppose. i sides all seeds are tested and the certificate
Women as well as men are made MIS- bears date of test and percentage of' germi-
nation. Send to him -for price list wholesale
erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and rAt all. ul24swgm.
and both need the same, great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of ,~'ti dir -L. %.'i. ',1 (
Swam p-Root is'soon realized. It is sold C C.:; 't-i ^ ; *, -' .-,'-- .;...-
ki, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ :01 1.. *l*. [IV V: Vt V 7Bi.' l i ...' l .l I, ..K
by druggists, in fifty- SfL i- sATAD KNEEi. REi3J'LA!$R.6oiioTi-,"
.c e n t a n d o n e d o llar' _ylHJPIEC', E sizes. Y ou m ay ho v a / iU P l l L ( w $ll F.rr ,T h. if rAl i ,,;'J 3
sies lumyhvag aBHBaaB .' rF iWlti~l! L&H'T G!V>-..,^*L-n,,T,. **,t^s.
sam ple bottle by m ail S gA o i | oN D N O o ia e. .... .... '
I i _i s e n d t o s s i f a i .t t- .* ^ : ,. 1 r
free, also pamphlet tell- nome ot awsiplRoom t, o Q large or small forage and we will send y(,u
ing all about it,. incluldin many of rth -JL J"]tBuit by express, C. 0. D. subject to ex-
ing all aboutitI,. including many of the t minnation. ou can examine It at your
thousands of testimonial letters received |/ express office and if found perfectly -atis-
Jr Ifactory and equnt to suits sold In your town for
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer $3'. 60, pay your express agent our npecal
& Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., be sure and L 'rer 1 0 t4e.e .:,' -...s1 ,i-.., l .
mention this paper. -l 1i 34EE'. 1 -.^ '.I ,-.0a .- : ,,
H L $a3t o*. ?ll..<-'ic t tD!i tl.E'l l .C I a'i l h' *<,
Bl^ i' latest 1900 style as illustrated, made fmoum a
C EBSM ET ERY? ASSOCIATION. a-P i special heavy weight, wear-re.slsUvg, all-woo!
CEM R AStanton Casslmere, neat, handsome pattern, ,
-o Italian lining, genuine Graydon linltr!lrcng, padding,
An Enthltaastle Attendaneo at thie Meet-. AIng and reinforcing, 6ik and linen sewing, fine taillor-nidlo
A nn t t a a l ,irou houtaBsultanyboy orparent wvonld bWeprod of.
Ilg Yesterday. iO R FREE CLOTH SAMoPLES of Bars' Clothing for hiyq 4 to
)9 YEARS, write for Sample Hoolk No.95VE contains fa'shiin
Tm meeting at Mr. d. H MoCrea- es u linstructonshowtoorder.
Th mein t r. .H.Ml~e- ne"tok Suntamde too order fl'om $500 up Sam-
ry's yesterday afternoon to discuss lie6 seit le ron application" Addre1ss
3EARS, ROESUCK & CO. (Inc.), Cliicago, Ill.
ways and means for keeping up the N.tim. ,Ioohp k Co. ar ,,,,rolq.hiv r,<,.-ditor.
cemetery was well attended, thirty- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
two ladies and two gentlemloa being Land Offie at Galnesville, Fla.
present. November 20,1899.
p resent. .Notice Is hereby given that the following-
Mrs. Phillips moved that the ladies named settler has filed notice of his inten-
organize a Cemetery Assoeation, tiontomakecommutationprooflnsupportof
his claim,and that said proof will will be made
which was unanimously carried, before Register and Receiver'at Gainesville,
Florida, on Jan. 2,1900, viz:
Mrs. H. H. McCrery was elected OLIVER M. FUTCH of Alachua, Fla.,
temporary chairman and MrM. T. A. Hd. 28355 for the Lots land 2 Sec. 28,Tp. 7,
Carroll secretary. I &.R,18 E.
_He names the following witnesses to prove
The association proceeded Immedi- hiA continuous residence upon and cultiva-
atiely to elect officers. Mrs. Mcfreary tion of said land, viz:
C. W. etephens, Ed. Hodges, J. D. McFad-
was elected president; Mr, F, D. War- don, D. S, Townsend, all of Alachua, Fla.
ner vice-president, Mrs. J. A. Ammons Ed fee paid W .G. R O ISO Regter.
secretary, Mrs. Annie Stringfellow TRUSSES, 650, $1.25 ANO UV
treasurer ... .., 1

The president appointed the follow.- ,3 :S ^ ^
ing committees: On constitution and ::::'
by-laws, Mrs. Horatio Davis, Mrs. B. ,, tf65C. '
We arl selling the very finest Trusses made
P. Richards and Mrs. R. L. Stringfel- *trxivwoay PkICks, less than one-third | "
l the price charged by others, and WE
low. UQAHANT[[ TO TiT YOU PERF CTLY. Say >" .. w
whether youwish our 6Bc French rruss or our 111.a58 Sew
On ways and means, Mrs. N. D. Phil- York eeerisble ElasticTrussB, illustrated .above, cut this
'. -ad. out and send to us with OUR SPECI -PRlC( named,
lips, Mrs. W. W. Hampton and Mrs. tate your Height, Weight, Age, how long you have been
ruptured, whether rupture is large orsmall; &Jso HEate
J. W. Wideman. number inches around the body on a line ,th 11-
r. ath ron pre n n r rupture,say whether rupture Is on right or leI t r iti,
Mr. Materson Was present aand we will send either truss to you with the under-
report in r d o th in- standng, it itIs notea perfect at and equal to trusses that
a report in regard to the financlalCoon- retail at three times our priceyou can return it and We
edition and needs of the cemetery., wlllreturnyormohe y.ws
Then the meeting adjourned to meet orirDsies. including the New 010.00 Lea Trua io 71
at Mrs. Phillips' on Thursday, Dee ,h"a, .ea almost any case, and ohlrh e'sell for $2l.,
15th, at 3 o'clock. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
RIFLE CLUB VICTORIOUS. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla., I
Nor. 13th. 1899. f
Barrs qor- Vi.-- -- ,a ,_.. i. Notice is hereby given that the foilowing-
Barra Scorea a ..iu"ory Oer Ga ssy named aettler has fil- cotie o' hi intenion
Three Vote. to make _Hml rp,.or
A .,teleu .r _ie; q -"


Items of Interest Picked uo in
Town anO, ount ],


Whatr Mlas sHppensed od Whitt Isk G-ohU
to Iitappen, a Well an a Few I H1l"ti,
Von Know mid Many Other* Vi, !Do
Not Know-Polits Poranal and So,:ala
Mno and Things.
.From Wednesdaw's Daifl ,Sun.
Joeseph Jones of Jonesvllle was in
the city yesterday.
Dr. N. J. Barry of Newberry was in
the city yesterday.
A. U. Hilleary and wife were in the
city shopping yesterday.
C. C. Waits of Orange Lake was in
the city trading yesterday.
Justice Tim Bailey of Newberry was
in the city on business yesterday.
W. F. Beckham of Campvllle came
J ls city on business yesterday.
ira J L. Brown and son, Ho-
Grove Park were in the city

ley, Joel Holt, Arch Av-
of Newberry were_
iaaT. P. MontgomZery-hd
Lyons, progressive citizens of
indoor, weri In the city yesterday.
Roy Br ton of Micanopy was in the
-city yesterday. He brought a load of
k lch was purchased by P. Y,

k hlng eye, buoyant footstep
mplexion result from the
9M A Simmons Liver Medi-
*'ne L S Bodiford.

Mrs. T. L. Hodgson, nee Miss Lida
McMahau, is in the city, having come
to help nurse her mother, Mrs. E. Mc-
Mahan, who died last night.
To purify and enrich the blood,
Strengthen the nerves and invigorate
the system, use Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine. J S Bodiford.
A general advance in butter and
eggs has been made, and, beginning
today, the merchants will get thirty-
five cents a pound for butter and
thirty cents per dozen for eggs.
Weary women need an occasional
dose of Dr M A Simmons Liver Medi-
cine to strengthen their nerves and
invigorate their system. J S Bodi.
J. R. Malphurs of Alachua, a vet-
eran of the civil war, was greeting old
friends and comrades yesterday. Mr.
Malphurs was a member of a Florida
regiment during that memorable and
,disastrous cam paign.
For Sale or Rent-Ten-room hotel
with good business. Livery stable
connected with it. On easy terms.-
Apply to MRS R F COOKSYLaCrosse,

40 Eeclifitn of Officers. Rafrigi-rafior Cari Company, asking
!l 1 3'Bvilie Cbhapter. No. 2, Kuyal 0",-J IN TROUBL. that tnil company b f ifurnished with
SUS E l Ma *.un -*, m e. iu 'i*,, ,^ Hall Th A -P ppp ),tch of MotherhooW in ttw waterl was read. ,The communication
^^--**---^* ,,l Mtindav night,, and elected the follow- 0cce ,sion of Much Anxiety to AH. was in the form of a roposition' yin
SPERICK 5LY ^ n 'to' 0'te6siglll: Every woman dreads the ordeal which the company agreed to pay an
S HI*- p,.ieit, Iiobt. McClellan; king, throu;) h which she must passin becom- equal amount in proportion. to the
SH. K E Taylor; Scribe, E. J. Baird; ing a8rmother. The pain and suffering Diamond Ice Company, the rate of $300
Btr.asuiirer, i. RB. Saunders; secretary, which is in store for her is a source e1 a year for 72000 gallons of water per
amBIT T E R SLoosL,"I anxiety, fear and. dxead, to day, and to pay, by meter measure-
W L I-IA~i. say n oth in g of th e d an ger w h h th
FOR DISEASE, STEM- iDORMh otitAn Estimable La,)y. coming incident entails. The joyous ment, two and one-half cents per 100
KHRO EIY NOGES Ms E Mcha -ag s nty anticipations with which she looks for- cubic feet for any amount consumed
^TION LIVER ORDER ORMCMahan, g sven ward to baby's coming gives way to an over the quantity stipulated in the
Co rmjsiT!-;i -. nine years,) died at the residence of indescribable dread of the ordeal when contract.
^^ IT U LZ 4 her daughter, Mrs. L T. Roux, in she fully realizes the critical and trying ontract .
-- this city at 7:30 o'clock Tuesuay night, events which will soon approach and ManagerwMCArthUr Ofnthefnew ice
"^^a^ s^S^ .. ., ,, have to be endured. ,company was present, and furnished
-.A.. Death resulted indirectly from an Women should hail with! delight a figures showing that even using 72000
W C. W ALLACE. Sp -,cii. A p-nt injury the' lady sustained in a fall remedy which insures to them im- n s e r d a t event s p r 1 00c
while visiting at Mica nopy, and from munity from the pain, suffering and gallons p er day, 2 cents per 100 cubic
I danger incidental to child-bearing. feet for that supply was an outrageous
Fr'ow "lursda'.Daily1 Sim. which she never recovered. Such a remedy is now offered, and rate, and more than any ice company
T. J. McRae of Hawthorn was in the Deceased was a Christian lady and women need not fear longer the hour of could afford to pay. If the city coun-
city trading yesterday, was beloved by all who knew her. childbirth. "Mother's Friend"-is a di no see f t he r on
J. V. Denton of Lochloosa was in THE SUN, with friends, extends sin- scientific liniment-and if used before cil did not see fit to furnish water on
confinement, gently and surely prepares the basis referred to in the propose
town.trading yesterday, cere sympathy with the bereaved rel- the body for the great requirements tion, he was willing to pay at meter
Guy Ulmer of Arredondo was in drives in this hour of affliction. and changes it is undergoing, insures en one cent for every 100
Marriage at Lake City. ~~~~safety to both mother and child, and cbcfe osmd hc a l
town on business yesterday. Marriage at Lake city. takes her through the event with cubic feet consumed, which was all
J. C. Parker and W. I Polk of Mor- Married at Lake City Sunday even- parative ease and comfort. This won- the company could stand.
ison were in town yesterday, ing at 8 o'clock, W. F. Lewis, of derful remedy is praised by every Alderman Thomas--Do we not un
woman who has used it.AlemnToa-' wntu-

Alonzo Vanlandingham of Camp- Gainesville, and Miss Ada Counts, of What woman is not interested in derstand that the capacity of your
ville was in the city yesterday. Lake City. "Mother's Friend?" This wonderful proposed plant will be twenty-five tons
Wila i On a Mr. Lewis is well and favorably remedy has been tested and its price- per day?"
William Hastings Of Orange Lane kown in this city, his home, while less value proven by the experience of Mr. McArthur-I"Yes sir."
was in the city trading yesterday. the bride s one of Lake City's most he thusands rifhapy mostherstih Alderman Thomas--"And you can
Richard Smith of Hawthorn came charming ladies, period of woman's life-the approach get along with 72000 gallons of wa-
Gainesville on business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis have arrived in and culmination of motherhood, ter?"
Dr. B. F. Vanlandingham of Camp- Gainesville, and are pleasantly located It has won their everlasting praise, "Yes sir."
vilIe was here on business yesterday, at the residence of E. C. McMahan, ther ot trying hem ur and whein "Well, 72000gallons of water will
- ,W. -. eor.eana, ul the iri---ET--ast Gainesvlle. most nr-eded: MBiw iimamft somne cost- -your company, at a rate of 2J,
-Wiltims & Co., Waldo, was in the THE SUN extends congratulations, day need "Mother)% Friend.' The cents a cubic hundred, about $2.40 a
little bo .ob ; ' ~ y s Bo n
city yesterday. Firot trawberries of the Season. tellIn.l Beoui BabyhnisthBourd day. The production of ice from this
DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify The first strawberries of the season be used, ill-pruveof great interestand amount of water is valued at $100, and
the blood, clean the liver, invigorate p/ked on Monday last at Theres- wiltb so all expectant mothers, and I fail to see why tor $2
the system. Famous little pills for will be sent free to any address upon profit-$100 for $2 40
constipation and liver troubles. W C sa, on the Georgia Southern and application to the Bradfield Regulatoo
Wallace, J S Bodiford. Florida railroad. Company, Atlanta, Ga. This seemed to those present a
J. D. Riley and Captain T. H. Wil- These berries were grown by Beards- "stunner," but Mr. McArthur was in
lard of Wade were in the city on bus- ley & Brunson, and the variety com- THE CITY FATHURS. a position to square himself.
iness yesterday. praised Excelsiors and Hoffman Seed- Interesting Meeting'of the CouncilTues- "Yes ,o we could sell all we made it
MrsR. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says, lings. They were shipped to Macon, day Night, would be. It is like the livery busi-
"Our baby was covered Ath running Ga. The council met it the usual place nesf You send a horse and buvgyout
sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve The Georgia Southern expects to pursuant to adjournment of Monday for a few minutes and receive therefore
cured her." A specific for piles and $1.50. If you could keen it out at that
sk i oi e as s e w a e o w o t h l ss c o n tin u e its e x c e lle n t fa st fre ig h t re n ig h t.

counterfeits. W C Wallace, J S Bod- frigerator car service, and will doubt- There were present Chairmani Rob- rate, you would soon berich."
ford. less have from forty to sixty cars, as inson, Aldermen Thomas, Broome, "I must feed my horses whether
T. C. Bryant and James A. Jones, there are more than 225 acres planted Burnett, Miller, Sanchez and Davis, they work or not," said Alderman
two of Yular's mog& industrious and in strawberries along this line. and Clerk Dell. Thomas, "but ,when your machinery
., .'Th mnnta n lat nonino wopis idle you abut off the water, and it is8
representative y0uDg farmers, were in MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIX[JR. The minutes of last meeting were noeidle toyous o hwe. I- Id i
town yesterday and made THE SUN a read and upon motion approved. hoe eupense to yu. "0
pleasant call. A Pleasant Lemon Tonic. The report of the marshal, showing ta"Bin Ihave guaranteed you a cer -
J H Spearv .$t Andrews Bay, Fla., Cures indigestion, headache, mala- collections for month of November, This water and ice argument hadut
writes: Dr M immons Liver Medi- ria, kidney disease, fever, chills, loss $19.50, was upon motion received. This at stan ie a t ho d
n '4D M i h eadacheon d of appetite, debility, nervous prostra- Reports of the collector, showing a reached such a stage that a cold chill
tion and heart failure,' by regulating balance of $241.55, and clerk and trea- ran down the backs of all prnt.
indige~tion'l- Al.o, my neighbor of the liver, stomach, bowels and kid- surer, $14,141 33, were received. Alderman Davis punched up the fire
dyspepsia kidney disease and costive- neys. Report of the superintendent water- in the "council crematory," at the
ness. Think it far superior oZeil- Mozley's Lemon Elixir works, collections for month of No- same time offering a motion that the
e~S d Bo ackfDraught I tred. "Cured. me of indigestion. I had suf- vember $185.95, received and filed, superintendent of the waterworks be
S Bodifor. fered for ten years. I had tried almost A petition signed by residents and instructed to furnish the water desired
W. W. Harriss, jr., has moved into every medicine, but all failed. Since property owners along West Main at a rate of $300 per year until April J
his new home, 505 N. Oak avenue, and taking Lemon Elixir I can eat any- treet was read. This communication 1st, when a new contract would be
is well pleased with the location. The thi. W. A. GRIFFETH, complained that the Plant System had made with both ice companies. Mo- a
house has recently been thoroughly Reevesville, S. C. raised their tracks extending along tion carriedI
renovated, papered and painted. MozlevCs Lemon Elixir this street to such a ridiculous eleva- Chief Burkhim of the Gainesville
P. F. Wilson, the seed man, left Cured e o ieson aldxer tion that the water, in case of rain, fire department "went after some1
yesterday for Jacksonville. We have a me of indigestion an whe would run down each side of the street thing," and he got it. The chief gave
been informed that it is the intention aliher i'emd and do)'s had and absolutely wash away the thor- the council such a warm argument
of Mr. Wilson to reside i'Jacksou- failed. N. D. COLEMAN, oughfare. The petitioners prayed for about the condition of the fire depart-
vil.le, where he will engage -u busi- Beulah, S. C. eon.ideration, asking that the Plant ment that even the electric lig ht-
vill, were e wll C13g..,blushed in hame at the deplorablu
ness. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. SvstSy& be compelled to regrade the condition of a and- plor.
^. sS^SH' ~~I 4bullO of uueml-iand-air. B anrk-
Miss Annie E. aGepac e-awyre, v t r t P tc, whera t n^ ^ -
.- have i" n a Irrreplace the
On a le.. -te ptea. tot .
t*': t Lon was recelived and t" I "tbiitt
.. .. i, ,oo nn a w ll. I ad ta'ena idt- tLt Of the council wz,.s aut ol ze.h d' E -5-" 6'to 3W .2 ll

evevq; fails tt) -go od, ana well. I a pulling the apparatus toea fire;the
give i m m e IaTe ,el e in e w o s ba crre l o f o their m ed icines, that d id ea npio y a surveyo r to esta bl s
give, immedi at e l f n odifor me no good. grade, when the Plant System will be must secure the .services of a good
cases. W C Wallace, J S EBodiford. CHARLES GIBHARD, required to regrade the street in ac- man for the care of this horse and the
The F. C. & P. railroad has con- No. 1515 Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. cordance with the ordinance regulat- property of the department, and that
structed a crossing over its tracks on Mozley's Lemon Elixir ing same. As horse must be kept at the fire 0
South Arredondo street, which will Cured me of enlarged liver, nervous The clerk proceeded to read the station, always ready for duty. fe
ow stop complaints from the citizens indigestion and heart disease. I was bills, some of which were paid without emphasized the fact that he had been
Jat part of the city. It is a much unable to walk up stairs or to do any objection, while others were subjected chief of nothing long enough, ana if
needed improvement. kind of work. I was treated by many tect oni i o ocd ot
"ne wasdne arly ie aden t h dyspph ysician s, but.got Do better until 1 to severe questioning before being ap- the h cou ncil did not concede to
tre doctors, nearl tead mineradsprinsi, usdLe'mon Elixir. I am nowhealthy1 proved, this reasonable demand he would "quit
antri e w doc ors e. v I used Kone ol Ds-rands vigorous. C. H. BAL DWIN, One of the principal bills which, had the whole business, "turn over the prop- I
p e s i n Cu r e T h a t c u rd me I t d i N o 9 8 A le x a n d e r S t A tla n ta G a t o u n de r g o th e p e r s o n a l o p in io n o f a rt o f t h e d ep a r tm e n t a n d le t t h e :
tests wat6 yo u eat Cure's indites- M o ziey's Lemon Hot Drops, each alderman was a bill of J. W aldermen run the affair as best th ey i
tiorms Bof yspeosa.h Wrbr an Wallae JCures all coughs, colds, hoarseness, Patton, surveyor, for grading prepar- could.
fors ,f dspes~a WCWalace sJore throat, bronchitis, hemorrhage, story to laying the sidewalk around Chief Burkhim's argument was sue=
S Bodiford, and all throat and lung diseases. Ele- the opera house block, amounting to fietly impressive and determined to/
J. G. Rice, who owns an extensive gent, reliable, ppppi~p .hfa iiat bring forth a motion to the effect that
cane field in North Gainesville, began 25c at ^ drgiss Preparedugh 0sly byr $2.ie Thee eine a br-a diest
famindyn yextenday a n Mordia initeatind to AT T][ OPR HOS.mri whether this bill should be and employ a man at once, to be Used
famiy eten a ordal nviatio to AT BK PEB HOSE. paid by the city or by tile owner of for fire puross0sl8 y. Carried.
tcptinthe foun ipeople to soe u ch ahd partma Si^sters Give a VerUredit- the property around which this walk A&r'r roemvdta h
tiiaei h u niet1 unable show. had been laid. chairman of the fire committee be in-
occasions. The Whitman Sisters' Specialty Chairman Miller of the street corn- tutdt npc l-uieshue
Mr. J, Sbeer, ^edalia, Me., saved Company appeared at Edwards' opera mittee, who ordered the gradin done, handling gasoline, powder, etc., and
hise ctords hife byvenehe iupto^ houguse last night to a fair audience, and under whose supervision this side,- see that no combustible goods are I
die ith Crup. Its an inallilecre and it may be said to the credit of the walk was contucted, wanted to kuo stred ^^in vilto ihtriac n
for coughs, colds, grippe, pneumonia, company that every member of the how he could lay a sidewa]k wj~hout a insuanc laws'. arried.
bronchitis and throat and lung trou- audience was well pleased with the grade. He said that the cit~ouncil, Cfhiuef Bukhmeprte ^thatther
.tl .- .?-> arc wa f i f Jf ( W a -. W an hous I l o n Leo ar street. SEr6, J
bles. Relee alo nc. W entertainment, which was of a refined in open meeting, had authorized him subject to combustion at any time, as <
*ac) J S Boiod .., nature througfhout,. to proceed with ibis work, avd now, the stove pipe was cut o1 on a level

P. G. Swarts3 and H W Snook,....
N P. et th a n H. The singing of May and Essie as the work had been performed, he with the roof. The agent of this 1
Chemical Engine.,Company, Logans- Whitman was as good as has ever been considered the action of some of the ito petremedy 'thisedefectbuthsomfarhad Y
Cort, Ind., are nin theocity. These heard In Gainesville, their voices be- members of the council in "kicking" done nothing. i
nt .mInng cae in he coty. th ig softand mellow, and both girls rather inconsiderate. Judge T. F. King, city attorney, I
.... showed capability of great scope. -If I remember correctly, Alderman stated to the council that the ordi- !
Chief Burkhim, of the fire depart- The contralto voice of the older sister Burnett made the motion which au- efti hsw hha everamnthichgo,
ment, in the matter of placing anleths ansevrlm ts git
appatus in this Cateo pand wl ake is especially deserving of mention, thorized me to prcceed, and now Al- should be published without delay,
apparatus in this city, and will makee while the soprano of the younger is derman B'a .Jlg the and atggested that the council pro-
--s public demonstration of its-effect- equaly as good. ^sI~F- M ffla^ thIIdtopbih hm
leg n' :" to the ceed to publish them.
ive .iv.A fI"ew days. i ^ r S as Ua ;on-m otioBn-tht ordl namcpe oowlujit- d
iv*fi g , few days. Ishm ael, the H indoor Prinee, as a 1 ay fl C1' ;- ...... ee was Instructed to secure bids and e
A system reulator is a medicine magician' performetdd some marvelous "1 q ,1)lh ' the have ordinances published. n
that strengthens a~d stimulates the tricks, the most mysterious one being alder n-fc e the As the hour was growing late,
liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, the famous Hindoo basket trick, grading of this walk. I am of the Athe room was getting cold and the ;
Prickly Ash Bitters i 'a superior sys- The cake walking and other special- opinion that th, expense of grading wood a recsspyw bexctato unclf S
tern regulator. It drive out all un- ties were good. should be met by the owner of the chairman.
healthy conditions, promotes activity By special request the company will property," .
of body and brain, restores good appe- play here again tonight, when a corn- Alderman Th mas said that It was eJ.Bwaned a I, sa "
tie, ound sleep and cheerful spirits. plete change of program will be made. his opinion if the property owners pies, but I cured them with De Witl'.s f
Sold by W. 0. Wallace. Ishmael will perform numerous furnished the material, the city should Witch Hazel Salve." It is infallible n
J 0. LaFontisee, formerly city ed- tricks, and promises if the ladies will defray all expel se incidental to laying for piles and skin diseases. Beware of g
itor of THE SUN, in a letter to H. H. bring seed of any kind to plant the counterfeits. W C Wallace, J S Bod- ;
McCreary, says: Mr, Maynard, chief seed upon the stage and produce in- the walks in e ery instance. i
stantly a shoot 4 feet in length. It From the question the council
inspector of the department of posts, makes no difference the nature of the drifted afar oft and got into an argu- V6feJ i f(
who was recently discharged from the seed, as the magician has the power on ment over the manner in which all < j ..-^
yellow fever hospital, suffered are- all alike SEN DNOM&44'Y-. '-I"'LI. e'
s t et.h u l e g a e n t b -au ,. O ut. a d tild : [ ,d n.1 p. -I r
lapse yesterday and died in a few It is to be hoped the performers streets should be gra ded, ian d itb e yo r. iet.n,,,ndh~,eigh. .,>.,.-
k will be greeted by the audience they came necessary for Chairman Robin- oandnhesaud ....bodya,,l th
hours. Mr. Maynard was one of the deserve tonight, son to remind them that this bill must BEAUTIFUL FURTRIMMEDBEAEvt:
six who was at the hospital when I CLds o e CAPE .: JS1 |*" '.[., S
~~b e d i s p o e d o r i n s o m e w a y 1'. I ,. [ tA j e ,.k.l e a ~ n ,.
was here W e all rri ed t ere Sat-estYou car. examine a;,,lI tI :) it[--r,
was there. We all arrived there Sat- "One Minute Cough Cure is the best Alderman Thomas moved that the at i your nnearestexpresse oSf- (
urday or Sunday. His death leaves remedy I ever used for coughs and bilea ai d, from the stt f Al- silac cUne-r' tar'e N
me the onlssurvivor of that unfortu- colds. It is unequalled for whooping bill be paid Ires the tree, fund. Al- .te..h. r^..I
nate party. cough. Children all like it,." writes derman Brodme would not vote until wond,.er.,ful ,h.LIj, o
Funer ea of Mr s. M eMahan H. N. W illiams, Gentryville, Ind. he a .certa ned If the sense of the'esa or e r
Never fails. It is the only harmless cncipil In passing. uon tt*t bil was .. a p-, -r52.75,
The funeral services of Mrs. Eliza remedy that gives immediate results, council in passing upon tiae biU was ,d e,.1,..
McMahan, who died Tuesday evening, Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, to establish aI precedence. He Nas as- ,.a s
will be held from the residence of her pneumonia, bronchitis and all throat sured that the prevailing motion ef- "1,", le."THIS it
uht Mr. T. Ro 505E. and lung troubles. Its early use pre- fected only'-this instance, when .the CAPE IS LA-
daughter, Mrs T. Roux,505E. vents consumption. W C Wallace, J otion was put and carried O L
Union street, at]0 o'clock this morn- S Bodiford. moti onw s itdcrleds tL
inRv F.W Wyo h is There was considerabloi-;cussion frmInetER, a'leadet
ing, Rev. E. W. Way of he First Notice of Co-Partnership. over a bill rendered for hose for the A heavy allwooleablack orblueC (
Prebyeran huchoffcitig.. genuine ]Raritan Beat-
Presbyterian church officiating. Notice is hereby given that J. R fire department, as to the discount, vereloth, 27inches lonk, very fun sweep, 13-inch upper C
'Relatives and friends of the family Fowler has purchased an Interest in etc,, to be allowed, but the bill upon Cape, extra.ul..1ff ur;'enpea c
invited. my business and property and the motion was ordered paid, the clerk to trimmed with three rows and collar with tworowsof t
business will hereafter be run in the deduct the :amount of freight, $2 36, lnue aor ad;o throchoibtb n ri.d equal to capes that i..!I ai.
The'San office for everything name of Vowler,& Son. from the same. northanilnunfflethey'c. or-nclh-,e. 0 f
La the line of job jkriuting. 11-Ja- ei&BS FOw A co mmun ed~ioB re s the xprew $E RS, R"E13 U% ', UA

R E. Barnies, Henry L, Futl-heli-)n. Thomas
Slaughter. Wihliam F. Deo.,all *,t Barnes. Fla.
Ed. fee paid W. G ROBINSON, Regi_;ter.

For mayor Barrs received 119, and
Glass 116 votes.
This was one of the closest contests
on record.
Successful Operation.
The many friends of Judge E. K.
Foster will be, gratified to hear that
the operation performed in amputating
hIa limb in, New Haven, Conn., has
been a successful one.
A letter received by friends in this
city yesterday states t.bat the patient
is resting excellently, and hopes to be
enabled to travel in a few days.
Killed lhe Beans.
Truckers along the line of the
Gainesville & Gulf railroad -report
that the cold of yesterday morning
killed the bean crop, which will nec-
essarily be out short.
This is a serious misfortune, as beans
have been bringing better prices than
any other product. However, a good
proportion of the crop had been gath-
ered when the cold snap came.
4 Uoes It Pay to Bay Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds-is all right, but you want some-
thing that will relieve and cure the
more severe and dangerous results of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; if
not possible for you, then in either
case take the ONLY remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun-
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup. It not only heals and stimu-
lates the tissues to destroy the germ
d ict-ase, but allays inflamation, causes
easy expectoration, gives a gooo
night's rest, and cures the patient.
Try ONE bottle.' Recommended many
years by all druggists in the world.
Sample bottle at J. S. Bodiford'I.
Aileeting of G. A. R.
Lew Wallace Post G. A. R. held an
interesting meeting in Its armory yes-
terday afternoon, at which three new
members, James and William Mont-
gomery and R. F. Smith, were en-
At the conclusion ofbusiness the
following officers were elected for the
Commander, H. F. Dutton; senior
vice commander, A. P. Morrow; junior
vice commander, John L. Brown; offl-
cer of the day, L. N. LsFontisee;
chaplain, L. A. Lyon: surgeon, Benj.
Naftzger; officer of the guard, E. C.
There is yet to be appointed an ad-
jutant, quartermaster sergeant and
sergeant major, which appointments
will be made at the next regular meet-
Ing of the order.
It takes but a minute to overcome
tickling in the throat and to stop a
cough by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. This remedy quickly
cures all forms of throat and lung
troubles. Harmless and pleasant to
take. It preveats consumption. A
famous specific for grippe and its after
effects. W 0 WotUsMe J S Bodiford.,

masville, Ga., where she has been on a
pleasant visit to friend ...
The best headache cure "in the
. world, Lane's Brain-Relief. It is
uaranteed. Price 25 and 50 cents.
i or sale by the Old Reliable Micano-
y Drug Store, Micanopy, Fla. i
Captain J. A. Little, of the Victoria
*orida Phosphate Company, New-
B rry, was in the city yesterday. He
torma us that material for his new
qKat, "Half Moon," is now en .route.
hi will be one of the largest and
equipped phosphate plants in the
I. Temporary derangement of diges-
.... through overwork, worry or
otional excitement, are quickly rec-
ed by Dr M A Simmons Liver Med-
e. J S B1odiford.
effiinge of temperature continues
"ct JXdge Mason's marriage dock-
"esterday J. W. Fields and Sara
ein, tired of living a monoton-
]a life, decided to go out into'
World as one, and share the for-
misfortunes incident to mar-

'ation leads to liver trouble,
liver to Bright's d

Land Office at Gaine-3vllle. Fla.. I
N,.i. 1,)th, 1l 9 I
Notice is hereby gi1en that the following-
named settlerhas filed ntlice of his intention
to make final proof in support ot his claim,
and that said proof will be-made before RIeg-
ister and Receiver at Gainesville. Fla., on De,-
eember 23rd, 1tif viz:
Hb:NRY L HUTCHF-ON, of Barnes, Fla.
Hd *26162 for the Ne4 Sec. 31. T 7 S, R 11 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Thomas Slaughter, R. E. Barneh, Jmes F.
Taoslor. Williasm F. Dees, aJl I olBarnes, Fla.
9d tee paid. "%. G. HOB1-N-SON. Repiter
,.- P"-HJ NtiB lo. FOR $2.75.
Send No Money. tt ^*mii. ,
"K/^ ^A 1tute yourj height and1 weight, l].
mii b e r o r ti Lh e a r o u u ib ..d yv a .
S brea-i tkten o'i:r et:l under Coft
'* ,l"e up inder arms.and we % iU
see '- d n 'yU-.u Ll -en da L b ) e: F' P r _'.C .
,D., 8| lijecl toexamination; E xitmili
Sf l a t Ilon ac 5U',,r n-,are;:c Px.
p*l-re.po!twe and if l ind ExailL
as repre~estedand tb motLnon.
d-rlul v.-i-.jpVou ev;er sa -Y orbheail
of and equal to any coatyoucan buy
fo :,r$I5..' pay theexpress agent onrapecial
atePr priee, ep2.75. and evpiress charge-s.
1' s~eti le. m fe from b*.s faterprop
H ir color e u 1ae )>isCoverlClo th; e!tra
Ir l7. d. <.'.blU L, realtd. Sager velvet
f *, .0.1liu ', sn vy pi aid hm n g %, % .>e rp ro or
*' 'W sre.L trapped. and cemented seams,
l~ l [i s u | e [o r fh o t h ra i n o r o- e r m a L ,tat i ,l
6 ' Mf s-gariuwtped ureiiest alaoeever,,[Terrd
99 by us or any otLuer house. For Free
4 S Clot nh Samples of Men Marl mn tosbes u p
to *5,|) ) and Made-to-Measure bulls
and Overeoats at from t5.9o to tlo.uf, Ttie efor ree
seoh io. MW Address.
Mfewsr Rboebu k fe Co. -a r m "11161FO r tatle,.- ,nkift

Land Office at Gainesvi'lle, Fla., I
November 6Lh, 1S.99. (
Notice is hereby given that Lhe following-
named settler has filed notice bet intention
to make final proof' in support of her claim,
and that said proof will be made before Reg-
Ister and Receiver al OGaiDn.s*i% r'la., on
December 16th, 1&99, viz: ; 7kI'
=Hd. Z7666 lfor the Nw1. of Se;,?;.ec. 2, Tp.
S.4., R. 20 E.
She names the following wilpsse- to prove
ber continuous residence upon' and cultlva-
tion of said land, viz:
Daniel Davis, Siduey Purant, Jack Davbi,
Isaac Perry. all of0 Mounteocha, Fla.
Ed fee paid W. G. ROBINSON. Register.

MIMZ-- .ptaIn- W. B.
yest~erdf for her home
Miss" l's-tmany
Wgret exceedingly
[trust they may
another visit of

H ief is positively
Je any case of bead-
HPrice 25 and ,50
B y the Old Reliable
iStore, Micanopy, Fla.
. System has just issued a
map about 3Ux5, which is
Ind modified to date. While
curse the lines of the
e marked in deep red
not interfere with
ne of these guides
valuable acquisition to

Land Office at Gainesville. Fla., I
Oct. 2.1,1899. I
Notice is herehy given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proot in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before David S.
WLlliams. U. S. Commissoner at Island G rove.
Fla., on December .th, l1<99, viz-
JOHN J. BATES of Island (; rove, Fla..
Hd. 23459. for the W6 Ne,!4 ior Lot No. Ii,
Sec. 12,T. 12 S R.,*-L E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuons residence u-pon and cultivation
of said land, viz.:
Joreph R. Tompkrins. Mirhirihel Pocv, Will-
jam B. Roe, Earnest A. Holt. all of Loj.hloc.si,
F.d. fee paid. W. G. ROBINSON, BaRister.

3Brain-Pelief is absolutely
asis no injurious drugs. It's
L to-cure headache and does.
id 50 cents. For sale by the
se Micanupy Drug Store,
F la -'
H rd of Public Instruction
ue lar monthly session at the
8Superintendent Holloway yes-
H full board being present.
vell, representing the B. F.
apublisbing Company of Rich-
I submitted for adoption the
'f ool books published by this
B^K rbtcd c were conceded to be not
about forty percent.
ipper than the books now in uae,
-atn1tist8 be hoped, for the good of
the pupil and the patron (who
the UUK) that this system wll be

Land Office at Gainesville. Fla I
Nov. 27th, ml.i9. j
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filtd 0noi -ci el hi6 intenti,,n
to make filal r roof in Suppo,1.bl his claim,
and that said proml will heli m fore Regis-
ter and Receiver at Galuet-, Fla., on
January 6th, 190u, viz:
Hd. 24377 for the St NEt.L and N,-. SE!4 .Sec.
24, Tp. ,9S., R. t E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Vage Howard, George White, Jrhn Mitchell,
William Anderson. all of Alachua, Fla.
Ed fee pd W. G. ROBINSON. Remster.





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titi, I[1" tt'tl r" Pln+;lt.++; .S-,Slo'tht++.ell It'1wln New 'Cork
IN H ITIHO AL-i ElDlt e I oM i;)t m-el(aut, sole propi',etor
.... m++ 1Ut U lo t.tJ, Vf lt.lmburger Co.,, is in town.
.--- f, : Ii.. L 'f,.Luandls wil be pl-ased to learn
in '-t he
Items af Interest Picked U0 ., i lande oureptyrt that he had retired
+ + Town and'Count i." R'"' f,.m 'h,_,,:... R-ad his notice in
.+ i' ", thi. iui.-,aoU' inr, ember J. Hambur-
-'~ *-:; '* ger & Co. when makitigconsignments.
BITS OF FACT AND GOSSIP F THE D A Y' 1j. Lr, q'rn "9 ind_or was in the
---- '' Llt-y .yetiettifay, having come here for
What, Ha Happened and What is to Happen, an Well as a Few -1 lue3*u Mor...3t Giffitt is one 6r the moi.t:genial
You Know and Many Others 'You I e. Lah~ve had the pleasure
Not Know-po,,ts Peraoxal and Social. -.'o,-,. 4. w-.l),p+l^ tohe fact that .he
Men and Things. _- i .'rJftL under" iLne weight of
LeRoy Pearce of Alachua was in the' eighty-Ouo .y,.ar,3; these years have
city yesterday. beu yPar-.ef happ nf.-., euntentment
.. "... ;- .and.cJ"qc'4eitt~u_,with tho>iy-gsult that
M rs. B L C .yatt has retur 'edi'from .. -.11 .. that
+ 1 ,, .tty. he ir -3 S ctive ast;-hieordinary
a plea-ant visit to L evy ,ville. ..
t] ,,n l iffo ly. P rcbaed a fine:
W illam H arvard ofArredon d 0 wa% ppy.. ..j, -...n.J I.. .
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Z .h "ana~ ~ e ome prerlctl 'happy
in the city on business yesterday, -vi '/l'i i tar^ t?-,'" '" '" "
William Beville of Arredondo came,, r ,m t "mo*Ms., .
to GaineBville on business 'veslerday. T f,,iM^,lfy",fi'rs of the Ep-
Mrs Nathan Roberts of thhe",Weti'L-wiut. [JLaAe 1h'ae b, def&'Idlecetd for
End was in the city shopping yester- ;th "Jn.diti-.ti day.. s Ii, im io+i.. ._ :
Nrs.,Stamps'and-daughtqr of -Haw- 7c-. -ri ,_"V -l I first
thorn, w.roj i the uity b'opping ye$- f..tflltn Mr'?. 'H. L. Phife,;
terday. '' ; '+: | second vice president, Misfl-W illie,
;:* ( +*1 H Rollonp, wife ant so .'-tWHI e,", '.-F *0t0Lk-' ,fi).. ,.7 ide'rtt,' C.;
;*of'.i'tawoelleewere iat-the aiOtl,, t.aing, ,^.^^t^^em'i,r,. ) W.9 H+.-HfcKer;.
'* d sterd ay I tre sJl p.',t4 Jt B A -nd >e w- +" .
.. .. ... 't" ... .... v, 31-t)!-''' Wf ejsw f 8"iO M ,.t ...e ... .
It.1 D. lcl, cnalo' O6V the..MeDnald .. .. ,
.' t+ J : *J 0 "" y,1'^-. '" .,. '. T ..t' fi J <, ^ ,1+.:P .. c. ... ,
Lum oer t.om pan y, v etraol O x, va fe.^n ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ M ^
...... ", The f funeral of Mr%.El.iJza .NrMaMlihan,_
+.t^wn.yaterd &y.'i,,6. f L. --. of,
Mv'. Bayer nhaa peaissdt %isi6tof Len dayli to' .rlqaL1%0d r
." ,".'. tll .4 rj -IN I fa tmi old e~i!.,by, a 'ovi -
-and friends in :vinrd.or. ."ETi repeipt ... ..n .. "d- oere. ..
a delightful time. + n r B .
-1,-f.. U,+ ,',
-He laughs bsl, vwbo lalih- -'hl-,' vwa-s most impressive. .,'sme.a'? ;
If you take Uood'-j Sa,'ay)arilld'.El. .',M,'dT .*jiidi1,,MMi iie s ndel,
may laugh first, taL't, and al.-tlie, ,A, l<, fuo it will make you. well14 W.' m Viit,'all -B.. uod L'sa,ted as.,
Foive carloads oof nertaser W.Sob
through this city yestarday:,oii' ". direction of Undertaker .bt
.Plant System. The lu'mhe,; w'.,'frAm lMS'ellf7..leMl7e m f)nf! im;V i s(O
"High Springs and. was- oonsliai d-,lIO -.i[A )O WA fitt le, .
parties In Jacksonville. W, ,;..'/, . ,, + .
.,1 1. I "T'hp c.'it~izpt of Hawtho .1 hiti',- made
R. B. Peeler, our ntffeenp ..uDI a v 'porou k' on the ore]ent ar-
treasurer, "e "I ..m ....-^n ..oV"? rLi.eitijemcnl of' e h et" -1 'edulc oY the Planti
W b "I]" '.' '"J'l'JV ":(l{ k"I J ; ' +' .... .... 71. I Ite',.r tla:nwt nite.oa e,; em t
terday and wili he .grindinr vanqJ *'. ^'^ ITilt~t^a^ thmt
day or two. He extend. the a rt- 0Ua 1n
.. po e ',41 ,1n a l ml n eturn, tho
vithtlonn to the-youno R)LlrI..-. ..... i metIay "u, q i ,-
Miss Julia Bartlon, Aifttpr a pleasi..lu The forjaiea_.shfdiJfel.waso atranged
summer outing in the East, has re- that.--y&1iA vtlmetohaitlsr6fty, do
.. turned to her bome at Rocky s ionl., their "jriadil ,i-;ind- .J, I.heom before
Miss Barton wa, accomDanied by' `h 'ni nhItLbutI n : it diqs to accomplish
a u n t M r M i l l e r ,,; :pwuon.' l l l p o nd L b e tO i t I, U u aI~y l tb o d r i v e I'
I Z i I Li 1'. L IW dri,.ve '++, Z,
Minter at Rocky Puiat. ;i..,a L aoO /'or m l.+,c -,-- a di-taao> .off
j ' ", Z", II -,U". 1. tt. :: L -I I
.Pre.: J. 11. HodeeA, he^Alarhu'j al)ILrI l l" I p: '"jb I r I r"A;, ,:4
county repl-esentativ+e1 "th ,; ^atel ,,Ti' Pa,. j Ste%,, scedule _,\TiJ11 :
board of health,' report a case:-.lof .I kel ,I^v:. n 18, t tu s ,t. u 11 ..4-11 ,+e'wr
-smallpox atLaw rosse. N6 feat, of it i a i t a f%'v day+. J.:i,.,.,>.;.+ .( '
'spreading, ais' apprehended,' a- .'the .. JX[ b'feswyiiniVl* SiAters+ "+1 "
-proper precaution to ohekithe dtseaq y^The Whitman Sistert Tfla ed to a ,
h as been made. \ a id hNCeathe'
W. T. Rhoden of Kirkwood called opera house last night, swftainiv.,-the ,
at this office yesterday and, ,hadljh.iiS e.xeellentwittiD)i.. t,3iP ey. eta11-,.hed d
name added to THE SUN sub.cr'lpti.on' a. tile -ir ab,erovtaa&nee. v- V.i ..
-list. He reports bis lettuce i:H.excel-, i, ,.LT1 -,.Viq hi 00tj' -. ve+}y i 'od :'and d
lent cond ition, Thou9 4 fr ts, '6t 66 p ,e r a ;'
bean crop a little .hort 'he. rpeaiiz-d a he i"ao -,^|'peBt 'were as:a8;mrys-: +
v.ry good profit from the erop., I. teriou-Hs was paSallbeUBmake;them.
C. M. McKinney, supervisor of, the -Thp,PrM|iloe, ormazed. Vttei,,-audience by t
Louise school near Waldol.a&d one- of, 'odm.i.a ("-t e .lS .6eed an orange ]
the most progressive and uc'ce''ful ureajabcutite t ekJt.,higbh In offew,mo- t
tillers of the soil in Alachua county, nienl,, 4nixowip'g.the sprigs.to the au- a
waq in the city on business. yesterday. dience fori-j .,e.j ip.,[" 9 q
Mr. Mt.Kinney reports- the-.Louise : IL is need less tp say that this ,com-
chool in a flourishing condition. Panv wvIIl 'wayns rtecyve a warm wel-
Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder-Qf co .I 'n.. L. ,- U ,i^ .,|, t
the Gainesville district M. E. cburh ,t,^ {^.HumiYa' p l omcie. ;:.:-i }
South, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Even the mIoDO.WJuous- ,life of a de-
Nixon preached an LnteresLjprg sermon kpt- Abgole nw it hu Lmor oc- Y
at Kavanaugh Methodist church in o |1t, .,. ri9-u ,
this cily Wednesday-.anght,. and was .,,iyLeitq...urniiR J-a iolorrd' p9y e
greeted by an appreciative congrega- hr% m ies t
finn. of e~gg,ilu i.k'tihail'.iatanding" liup, t
J. H. Wtnter of Waldo; manufac- right likw:.-t're br~lst.;es 0f:-a tentcent c
tur'fr Of high grade taniks, was in thte blaeklpg hbru~b,. appeared at t.A ,de- t
Ci~y yeste,'day. r. W ine,' -has ,,t . .,'.'.,Z W ;. .,1; ^ ..., e. -
pl.aee ^q p~oiltion ,taq .ant a.Beienamy ,ir-l'dI5lrqBIny,,ma.j( +*P he,1jf+' its *
fror'-i''fr+ ai-nesville and'Gus|f''rahead, MaiJy-',r *:,iu.,i^.}n.,ti bae aT '/o '- aiw,
durable land ..best epnsirupted In Lhe lf^ ^ ^ ^ e1^]as ,','^e'.,'.. ,1, 1
Irata e. '* ... ... ,, .,;;I,-^ aritia [ljet |pzf/f\r, iss t M a u d,"'
:' M r ,. itfb d M rs a,m u -, 'P ro u d ;..a tt r. e mlti m adi l^ t .a tich Ut;l./., -I[- ,,n ** a

their t nein.L pte ,lies ',^lr Lj i W i.ail~ ''O ifPame,'i',,>said
Paeific railroad, and his ,e,.vice *'v&"e wi'vhba l,,t^MD^.p,ifriinot f aflr.p.
t a re d a n e a r ly 'r e !.u r n .;" _^ '": ,^ ';:'; q fl W ,W t..A '-: : ^ -, l st
'" L, Web and fapail"y f=- HaJth'o^ r^^" n^,mw~~,al,l+ ]si^t a;t:nsc:- C
were tr the city yester.y:- -f+r..- Wet j..'1 -- .......... --
id one of ihe most exteostve 'merchants"l& Beteini~' tn .t
in Aiacbu county, doing, a business at 'm/etth.,fewwa','e'ltgteeB-,yearsi of .u
Hawthborn or aholu $50,W>0 a year., ,He 'agfc(; t'h~loe.-'f'ie,-1' i, Tffti~iiir lD t'he 3'
is a moet social and enutert,ftipi'pg,gdn, jtlstfic+..t^drB Iht?, H+ d'.toek whichh ;

tlettan, Which accounts iB. a+ larPge g hab cWhie'aff;J1 a 'been aentenced i~b
gree for his .commercial success. ,. i tolzpay,'lfineiklr 4a3dl ee.t,b, or to stop .'
For the benefit 0f'/readdr 6I ''T'E !three months upon',the "hospiaftiy" s
For he b' .ofof'.rrvherji't' 6fe ,"oe jl s- f
UN 'and others intiekesredl.'idV f-ru t1U f-fis- (,,
and flowers, we' take pleasure ,.1p' in,., ... *-: .' ; "AA V OI ; '9 .
nouncisg that F. P. Henderson wiO|, It appears that there wohbthes ago
d a rin g cp art w ee k beg in n in g fwp ,.e .e -, .-- .- a. i
day, Dec. 136h, on the court hot"' ttbriwd.d Milebr'tdt tfe.-;-t0bus occupied H
grounds at Gainesville, exhibit- sik- 4 ,M'r ..,irw&Rli,.bea .nto a window ;j
ples of the nursery'stock I grow'd by the Wlas,,w'hIboan^ +'*' 1 -
Gritting Broe. Company at MIfeiJeeny, iATpit .va... arrested,
'la., and wll;,;be pleased to take or- ba ders and ive gratuitous information Colman, who, impressed by hisil-ft :'
concerning t growing of same.a' "' pla-'l'tfea&t.on ka. Pait a(td%.t,
'+ *''? t bldh-161 W"'U6 wofi~d,j)a&y (Or tbe glass kat
Chairman "1illerof the street c'm -. .,11 '1V at[61 nL* t htI e 'th k.
mitten i ba'v ing Ek s LiAberty 4trIet,; aS tl,'at I.,i ,the. arrest.he ,tt
on the "north side 'f the squar, .would a ow him freedom. This, Stew-
scraped, "R an experiment, and i! thi, rt agreed~i-do,.bat instead, he ran b
method of cleaning the street is satis. arway-t).* r^aturnedi ,to .4htiwoitsctMon- tz
ficory and meets with the approval l ., r and th
of the city council, all thoroughf.ares e:t ..... of Deputy Se.. .t
immediately adjacent to the square Wtiog].tii9ftqed .bis presence. ,,p. t
will undergo the same treatment' Mr Y Ja~leted~aaadftibBo]zhtrbsfor. _
Miller bas .scceeded In havia t.bd the justie&!Wfth he above result.
sand-the I %crapings"--nlo asWk C;i. '" e
-without cost to thie citt., avian gi w<-ln .yn Ti :: ofO U ..ma epveythaivg
lbe na Jor the bauJig. in tte,. I mie-o jtkbprintiug. be

.:' ,T'RANKsG11e ,v14 AT I'L'iR. VOITNTYCoMWMTsstNRHs. i{ N ''? '\
^"~~ ~ rj. .. -- i ... .... @ ..i~ !i J.. .. J { / j
y ".--rchi-rle y inon A far a nperoP pre 'late Shoajtg e gaing Of the I aa

if -pia o. N, '111,, itfO e pa id in teO11 ofolw g the Is PMr 9111511 30 yas h sb re-tesg wur.o
b,.+,L+uL+i,,.+.. ..~'.Dec",. "1 q', --l T hanks. GAINEbVILLE, Fla., Dec. 5.
g giving Sy.uwas bbserveed in such man. The Board of County Commissioners
3 nwr at Yul-ra' ro.e under it a draylong met this day. Preset: Two The
b rdberq aemberedfu by those'at the cele- mats, chairman; J. G. Dampier, D. B.
o n ad te eu l cmrSt. Clair, P. G. Ramsey and E. L.
's. bra-tion.I LX4,1,'cxe:el ei)ent 'pogram had Johnson. ;4,
S'been ar'aonged bythe -committee for Ordered: That the' minutes e of the
J".. ,.. * 'h'is -spo"10' pu'rpo's'e, and lfong before last meeting be approved without
,V lovue. for its execution people began to reading. g f fxn
ye 'orieht f arid appatl That paupers bills, sagitregating The Kind You Have Always DughtT id, ivieh-.has, been, v',,'
... .. "' .he..sse.bly w $194 800 be paid in the followinityo ver 30 years, has boie., the" signtcttr .,,
trlheSuwanee 'school building; in proportion',85, two* $4, th ree;:+ $3 i .... .... has been made unde-,hNt iwr--*.*
.W the r' .L'y .trow'd were presented, thirty-teix; $2, thirty -two., 26 and Soothing- Syru son. sup e swsinanft Pleailn, '- '
hagbeen taSteoully decorated for the i '.hat the following -cbilsb -E":L substance. ,--d H nao iait et o ou eto "ecpl.. ..te Wtin n# -

1'1 paroi ~'eol~^ipe witou enin 6ac *5 I2 00 All S la Colic. nterfelie sT eeti- hnt T ron,;an Sbls~cir~!otipatit.es
6' o bthand the+' [beautiful eombina-C Deo nauu dito w," quar,-,er ,; nin atelen ty. It h it.tin, an tes ar^ Foo^ egulntp -,he0 '
ationsaof Ietgreensv and- flowers, of a August Wens1ki, janitor, ,Nover Le Imac h an Bowels,-gii I ea yger a fied n eit lj i l ."o fI
" lonely type and intLre, together with $25 00c y S J Guthie ma'd fo r o -fn Childrr'--nae rieM e r Frien d. .,,*,t. ": L
y ev. eer,,$ 1500; J Ho o vis o .. .. : w n a s '
o,.utuenicn.S of,.e 1 the, .assembly, was je o o, $8 00; ETec tyicom-, 0 _2 I 1A
Sa. mbstlbhltian^ti ,though silent expres- missioner, quarter-endng DW.r, -- "" V '-': '
* 'siordof 'Thvai+na~r dm. $12.00; P G Ramsey, countlys comics -... Castoria a s b stittoe fgr Catb C j. go' .; op" ).
0', '+ Prdl~n pt[3i'>e^^-l.-: ,'b]0dk+ ..m, the ex- sitoner, quarter ending -Dec. 5,,2L.60; and, Soothing" *yru=.*. S'iS Har mless'qtnlt V
ser, eries, open.wpuith ouD..national hymn, J G Dampier,. county commi-sioner, c eontans neithep.r, Ooium. Ior'hl)WWO nor.'t*'"' .q, N i t, MoL
" sun'a[' by eh6l r. 'Wmlaiy under the ic quarter r on c 5 .00; J' L substance. : e'e piasloTnTfrab i t1f fculd listen to- this Johnson, county commissioner .. .... .... quarter nd eri h e'. -. .. ..itre, i i h a, ii)t .W w"
(I pltiotic aud-, ia O 6polm without ending Dec. o5, $24 00; D-BT : SthoClair, Colic. ''it' relieves Teethlling Troubles, A er ,- I.C Kl, .. ..in
tP Tadrtnktio th-d, ii raI ts ,Ptopth elty in county commissionerr, quar en a rnd Flatuleney. It Iih. ihtlates l'4 I p(A, illT t s .l,"--
Dec. 5, $18.40; app,'otpi'iiion. t~oE L .. Stomach and B owel g ig eltl.'n natr!See.: )
ononfr ony. ra ansfo -h.+ .:,,telree ', ac --Thie Mother's Friend. ' "'++:t
o T o il ow i n g lt h is iln te ,'e .t in L" r e c i t a l -hn o n f o 'u n r. a o rb t e
ww s h1 ,n'e i octon by 11ev. J. W. December., 1899, $140. 00; ,, W t amp .ue, "L cU1
i '"-- -'; ..... b o'T ^ --t a .n .....nten cor ds wood $26 25; Electric Power ..@

.'''talnoyt'icd tlik vle',.od, 'e nro Qu excincy veirs -o--G E N U INEm; "'' """ ''' 1~~~op ^ URYSRCT ~YH iv^'^* i:
I'." JLI in e ide c o'f h iy ablit. .as. U a t upak r y a ve irs .~ tal te m cic i co r ;" __ '* _^ -.^ ^ '_ **i L P ,>, -iu
wa, -at Ik+, oht ft, yira Ceing te company, light a Fe ,ell "a--j.-.il, -- rl lo..ft ^ ^.j_.. n ,,
o o a $2 ,, ; H Mccrearo fubhh. el
": r lnit._"if th rbditt'.. of theoeca- B l ou Ye u e,-.. .g .. '- .. ... t h d 3 a ^ t ,,mop,... +a, d ,

F, l~b r ;i ,"by". I B"eh Ks ./ a sio fr I.t mb r I 3; "f I p. I -)1 / ^ i .1 '*. :1/ ,a^l'.",1, "' --.| .'
sda leqtor's report, $22.u; Gaineevill e Gas10

b eaiolnia hip ev,eryio liaion ofw. .thencoro ner' +nus.bd of S .. --.an T-,J+l. :"*"J=:, G\L. f ; l ^ ( }S *,f' i/r .
fp m a npropriate-i.d:+befittpk, bub snubime Co., light for November $4.05; Thomas,, :-. f- "

1~ ~ ~ ia &^ m Cnoa.ee,45; W F nel*.0,: 'one> k",, fifee si trQ" d a ii1eA
.' "Dutie o f me~ic ~ 8in/' 60,; expeda seyroner daes ^ u e m,^ y-n> *...; .. AINE ILE, A, A.o;'8A f .' ",,.'e a
' a e k tro-1 .. Pit, I, ^ [^ nt -. 0rXLn ppeared i n +
e ti ?o" fl ugn- ,manne an&-Ly i orator'ica. l mitten workon ourt house. $200; Arc' .... ,.',.,
i t v.- J:K a nd am prie r, one d$ y 6 J h-s c|mm itt, w,,,.k : '. '. '.'" ; .' '
+++++" ~$0 'T-0 Kndo Hu Away Bl
on, cout a house, $2 .00; T TW homas, o ..... g
.T akijnkray, ts I ropriety and on +y ....o.vembter, !?3l 50;.+ B J
" 'lit ",,I ...1"Mi-Hl"'-.-^ .house, $2.0.0;,H C Denton,, stampm ps, etc., ......... ...,, '.. ,., I ,V,,,I I

coutrole hitQi'g t'hv a de for Sto ves&m atte ws, $ e d ; fo'-.rFennell, I,. '%i,tlUs'E T .^:-z rla t YeL^'Up1-11! '1,' o*a i
nt V "'' + l'a *a o 'muO p team, M ;" *J P. Smth L b alding +" ' ... ,3. W y:I S Ove ,|'*ORY E. ,sJ ^ .- *lli'S
;t~oP oe t(:,resor is a fl[u_.t anIenter- e ,
ii executing ve res for October term Hl fleding COMiANY 7 UvR&Y ZJ t t I*' +. *!r<' !,
talnin'1. 1 kL I,,od 1 .he m',nnHr in + Ci 'P PY',T7 : "If STEE..R NEW VOFIRIK .
Swhichhe heldy, the 'almost breathlesss,,' 'I o t L ardmi l a: +-oHesae, .G
a attentionn ,.,fhlM.. audience, w as' te[r- 8 t, e)el e e u inA + + -+ :'. ... ..' ,.. .. ..n_. i. a!++ .:, ., + ++_. + v + '+ + +'. : +, .+
.ing evidence of h li, abJlityas a speaker,lor Vedtsef0 P, $21 3;, c t .:,. ,;",,.... -. ^-, ^ ^ CA

' t r< m.... .... .. "m ....... .. i n d con ta le, g $11.85 ;-M R M a c,V enne l, .... ... .... .. ... "- --- .. ..!.g 'I] , i J#I .,# ., d [
'"':P'tfae rrail"+"i";Dl"'"-fo teoc s o. f +!i. be ig prog a l t e O ~ ++ "le, lfO f-T bm'+B ies, +.-,,+7++ ;: $9 38 ... +'"'" "j++ i--t , I6.-iOBJY8/lOO': 'I a o T "fq
,n^Set.of th- ciSn' ;'.+ +e+ pre t -rh Av it, *co st bl "$.5:'W- ', "i,- FIN W I ES W"lt,* .... B R D ES ,...I
an .. ,' nt ddxes tu-,n ."A ..m rican B*Pee er, f. 1 county tras re C0lmma s- .....o* "Bour.... .. u .*u... .... j.7 ,, ,y^ .'" ., -, ,.,, ,, .... 3 Off ,
.f.: ',,on.re a m t u in e d ~ s o sal, ,.0 .: .n t ... .^ ..*;**on**: for 10^ ;.er $.3 + ;,,p. ,^\^ .e,
andb th b.nnrl S~li-. i th, i .. ,'f n asn t b ama ; I l !" .... .[I M ; E h 3 '
d oronesion fnes.,$bo 2.ofS P Me, an
exe-'~n t,, r.ve r canILIe Z m e ithe de q .... tr g' t sa I Ior I .... i I ? J 'BI

m ni1 (,'f f In ht.i d i ,n ,'h . ,,nuiin --mrp i eaal ag R e+ M C lapp oved.0 ar an ' -' ',ea~*-,Jc -a :l,*J++;Ja! l q lle. I c key*ml -.11';"
m .ibe r J, ,by .S ti in c h ,a t r on. m o r ve .' b.T .,t& *-, f, .p:; tI p'i E Ivt i I upli,.,cand i' the coire n t lon.thep per in ste,-bor o fat ;, iSP qeionpf -$4. r, g, A ND:'eM."At L.," ORI TA"o t -'

crow,'i would Jt av f. an audiences;.++. .. P13" +11:' 1'-" 1 pa pe li-, ai.+'+ ,pensi, .~M ~ ... .. *t ." *++ . ^"tL b;J, '^ "- 7 --- O
dayce 'a e jbr$y aer wmoness +a,. +b jury and; i I -U i9 ' "E*, *
.ei,,an.A'elicited -much'.a-u:. TAv Mtt $1900, 3.'00 Jh,,-o t j "d ',).t,-j. u-' td

,.l, .0h, m.. oO~o.,hp- .'-'":"o:a s{-.w l .^ JT_^'MI^
i r Q' ,' i .. I 1 i 1 j # j. D n B .. .. ., + .- { U ) [ 9

f'men-on,, a end w i .. .ti.n r a n f uo,' e- o u, dltnqns pectisn 4ereo L ca d A w olk,$8 0, .... I C-TT O'- '--'_fllF'd"T '* "
-; A I N E S A' I "L A 4N D!.>l. a
I Jo+ ,"--f. _ng a l eachei i mi ue That th a t z u W bl ) L~ __- -

_1cd~e'tt^cetd mc neet.tr wai o sH.lq.ia.iein 8 61O -~n .- L. Oi I- .1. .^C leifiw lusdbbyiimtM eJ-'I
"a ,, z frAu q 'f t y, at'e^ ^eG]t98^^- $32 0;- ,ZWe E., Wait ,'0* ",0..".)'-' t'I -1

o pi' io.. ..'m""" 'li "h a- to re '-+ o a; fused -;' '-iu m / .|I -" '. 1n ,0 J 'am' "r''' i" 1' -* 0 11 ,'I i -'*- I f LI-JI '^
Wii't'c- r war a k't sto D ,h i po aible and Tha on an -fe thi dat .. .:. ., i .* -''1'' ,1- .-i-a i ." .':!b
A" d- cu..... ... : ngl,,. --,. ....-am a ..... ,_ l,. mena'd endd fourel ro team et .$ [. ... ', -, ,,,,-i "" ", =-*iM ".' "('IJ J'- *- ? 1. a Y, ^..
,,J.. D .a, un .........yde onlrte .ii., i ..\.T fin t n TP ~ .u. .; P .n ~ f | 0
Iraa ....o,," u bd tuteeier" tnwld e a m*t +-63,^ J ra rr ^ ao j|| l|{t| ,u'dIo flim ," ....... '.' I .v l, .., l~ iuIP:.
"i'of* i cet] f;iP ~ ce di uo m e ti~ ',q :" h ;"fdwihe b i~ across' Dell ('rt-ek, '.] t ooI., i \ +"d-*= '' ^-+ --^--+-+Ptot-.-'b+ 11.,^ ^,-* -.'i^

.I ~ ; 'i d I '~ e- .i i~ o foIl.I bw-; *" 7l sherjif. .. I3. /. :i 70 I '""* I *- :' ~" ~ ~l "'" in hi. ..*.i .
e i I... Li,, ...1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. + + 1 i

,,? ........ '(i p -X Of ~ prga Mli';*~ ta o lle,'ts or ,'lcne $223, 35 +, A Lambiy ., T .+ < A f ,^- ..,f.
": "? ....... .+++ ,-.'".: 7j ., '" 8, ta 'ol ct r pol ta .n- ,- l'= ^ o n 9 ^^f I
e ". ll i ,0t'i 'liiea t / n~ t ife stn d u iin co sabe $][ff I.85 :--M MP:" ont; ..... pore .. .. --- ..... .. .. .... J7 ... ..L u^^ O t l,
J- -, :1 'tti"c.+i,,-'u ""n=ia Ablet, $5000, $-+19 00; ~a~E t:''P 93".++.,+

i!-IiIP n. Y)ut e e abe t .\ k o,.89 ou, ta$e,32,J(; W a ts,. r. ad ."+1 I ,,J ... .f.8. X (
ffo ei-,r No e b r $31onma moJ0.den F J H.0 ( a a .m i L; ft I '' I IL4
w rI ,-r, t vh' k, q I.. o hl`'L+Pl a '- tr" '. 'ha h o dpf ,a a and 4n Z +"+; .. -. ... ."ii. i.~. 1, E e a h ~ b ,= ,0 t"
+ .:+.++++, +: ++ .111dctt m nd, t er ..... q~i-, eaf.. ., etc.,.. $13 11); 0J e "r d M dh e,+l'~-l-re !]l-B lll~ ~ -
h iUt O:[ Pb U +~u I zlr I
ext n~l em i' ghar ti have O m ae"t de at. ....tok.es. .&e M atthoewrs, feed,,r flor,,+l+{,:t.O,,"road.lo ,1n
~~t "' ..ii S, t'u lq l s l ] _,t e 'q :l~~l i t, b... u i --d i 1 S, a JtR YE:g a LG ,& ;lot..5 e .

o,ge m n han ?a, Ll, uk ,.b +

oro wd ,~J R'ul h y + fQ u a di~ n e cn1 a it' + G + ', .IN C -'- R"

tht ite~ fif"teres-nii ,fn onstable, e $11.85 ; ,+ st a CLe n rn ~ o r o~e~e J te b w
nxi t.... thl cit-, en. to'b.e'' o Derch n iA triett N! o tab ej 44Ala;.hua 'W N .....E W.. ......It I-,"" .. .
a oI li- -l. a,'l 4,x"..:Fe" L .. I nU U ne al 13 e. [, -2 0 M .'t, oler~ y r 71 7'. ;- ,I t 13 N
day,.ap'ar'nt ..J.P.. 11. y '": 3 Le trier, .1 /P, -1:1u MY% > i-P 1 ,-.,,, I ,-,, -L -
("': ,J -,I .I"51' (
th t 'e~ lm0 axe l nt k now edge at ,.. ... : l '! .
ofa n eerta i .tned i o t et Th at ,,' 4thebo.nTili....,......0.
s- 'fi'a '6 ; r-o: 'r G ar er ... ..
axf~ l ie, pree t iartione o mo r eetID"ite de- '", +,J .R ~ lt-,,'i,] ki." 17 Ig %,oi" un ,_, a I i" V4-UdeI O"4, 11,', QI t 6he'eQ""1,
JJ I ". . "I'"IIL . ."""i oc,;, I ga l JI ul-i I .. : 2 g,.
... ; .I t e InnerI A- more Ida." a t lar U_ lllb e app3roved." -"" ,-" ) -a.-a 14 .. If, ci-keg.s 11d .A et .-
eU. 'P~tl ([' part If t.ie nroo'am L -i It r w i41 n l. ban any n n n Ill
I~~~ I- i I o r e w I, I l. lco"n" v IIL neeI you,
wa tva r sr'e~ e adahe te' d inner, was "ot I 1 .... o th a pe-ls at -p n i npf$. Q e a ,6 n -j V, TI r ..--" ''"JItOlt '6~
w i hsa nding, thel l r m,' n sithe e o i '-,th -e ....r m .onth [ ,- itndr .p ... .. :J I{.. . :t + tha G d D uke .i.. i'Lii `+*' W e .+ ++. .+:. .. ... : s 0 brt r ,I, L .1,.; -., 1,t-':,:, r, A, R-,. .ff

aIhle i udtence ad .,r,'ed.' ... TO +s t e' trea.-, red a;a 1 --7.--1 '. _- 1 .
that on(IfUU,1'Sir ;. j ,161. 'il lili liliB ^ -
",etitli, 13,pn e nsheriff.-.,, 4 1 00.+, o I lI ,I I I :
pt n th e c i,' u la t d n' ,:, a p e tit io n : UU +. -"y 1 +
a^ i ri t.,ovel't i h+xnam to order a4, s Seriff..:..;... ... It,1 00 Blo n rI_.,F U 0 &,,
ii au-n 'g' I .v `3 bL Da''.. ...-yIe,,1hW .Uwpek. ..... I: o .: ,: W Wf-er 0 -, ; : .. ....1 1 ."L" I .- I .
tT '^ l o f I t '4" 06. 'i of J ; n./ press. aoh-tol .moard 2.600 00 sld- ,j.. Dea eps p -rT..:. ;..,. .,
,, passed oheal o the mnst suc- "15, W.M.h Hoilowa ,upy. t..2000 + I "- *-+ ''ue1-"""l. 5' ". "
,+e++ful ,11A, p!e_ a ,,ail celebrations o,! ,, 2o. sherin.. .......... ,,.. 06 4 6 20, .',. +
;-rian Kc'vgi 'n g Day ia the bi-itury or I_'++ "-, H. R. C D oion. 20 00 P j'I I II- I lI "N I I+.,,l.**.,,:,r' rl- ,,. ,,,,
x ,1ar. ,' *'*". , .td; -.,.,' 27, sheriff.. ........... 2 w A l A .: '. i ji L 5 -
1"'T hIft ti is tte.il at"0C o u~irs t.o tneet L,:!'. :1"1^- **'.,< ..'u: +'- :" ;<" ++ ------T .q ^^ +.. ,, ^j l T ^V I''' ,:=1" '1 1-'.,'-*; ," ,
1M.. s a.ep t 1. ,.
,at- t I ) C, *+ of o #t.u "r % -oI. -MeetLy

. e+ d d iv ine a p pro va l, a n d ht h a t h e "*' ( ; i ... I i . r
may brlllantfy smile upon,,l1Eit chil-Balance.......... 1981
dren here in return' i the7.fe.vent ` R. B E RCo. Tieas. 7-. : 1*
P w; Jt> ofjsi, b i+ss ,. -i i),. *.ir',;'1-; 1 .:' r | */ i *^ i:' :^ o -'* --' ".' i / \

9, W. A a. .a Pretr3a d wllconinu t ba' siOi "c-, ,e
- W d ]' I t : ;+ Ifl W ho it Mi, ConPecf-rn,++ +"' +^-^ ; .... i+ !^-j L) D;! *Jmr -.!s ntU .',**' i -' -! l ;i.'" ^,.*I ....T
,^; l~t~ri^ AN~t^M~icl;Sotnrke:;,SO :&^ malicious peraon;:,hym o i W ('ryn~-~ ~ iei-.* >, ,tu ;, ,,
a- spread 1 &,-report that ave Withdiaw d.. '
hl fe s'ies Ca tfrelthe+ burger Co..""'.Imo iake P o r c'-,"'j`
1 "nu~-r~l li : *tiis tnth4 of clenouncing the same as _4^/IQ ^ ^^ Y^ ;-.^^ J-^
Sa s B false,,, HIth"ye p Aeye. had a partner in t1 *"'td 1 ,n'il;Pi%.,MU ''j to +i:v"2, ., ,, -,. ,
"i!^ ^ai v/ *' *. ., ; ^ i ^**m.the companyn. -.I~aiBPty~l-tibhe.-4oie .Pft "- '*:?r.u-'.^ ;. iic ir,*. _. ***_ "
Ae.. you. nervous, prietorand will continue to besfol $ i L J p
*pale flnd easily 'tired? we,^.Iive~i.1,'';^''.^^';*.m ^^ ^ ^i^^t -- "i"' i~'

beloW~V+ Omr- aVe'Fage,.i that M Zr. Jt E n, il,,a p, ominen~t citizen Q ^-.V^..,+ r, >. i .>. ;/,; /io .+,, y, .A, ." -: "" ;. ." ,-. ; |
eXpD ialn. IE.t^, ^ ,,^ ,^. -. derfjil .detiyerane from ia, frightful 1 A ,T 4-i> ^ r ., ,. '-it -,*' 7 ~ "jd .^ ,: ". .:' "i .-: ^ -1
Scott's,.Emulsion is a Jfat deatfe., In teleingof~it, he.says" ^;: ivia~t-esses, '+ .... +,++ Kok s -" *,, +..
h p t ICa n I e i' + r ] "' II '6 ," UI

ov i o 1 1 was takeni with Typhoid Fever, that. &^ --' .-p<_.-i+. -::7i.)/:+ t+:+,,ui-;,! ,+JT ^ ) ,'- ,.; *
prodhci'n rood. yo^ ls^Ooti ran into Pneumonia. My i.+ngs braeame, +, ... ..... DrlnrffS, .1' ,.;on+i/++ -. : *-,,, := ' i."t .... ," i Y +,."in" .
; y n i+ t ,; >rn ?-ii ,i.. v ;,'i ) }. ', ;;,+, ;.+ ;> ++ .h a r d e n e d ,: I ,w a Ss o,:. w e a li L c o u ld n 't : ,' r 'A+ ^) T -n I1 ? ; "1 . ~ ... !" 1 ^ 7 -Zi
fceg^^-P gaiO~ant you .keep. sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. 1 H "1;! ... -'II~ P]HO"WS ... ; -' "; '-T hl^']+ "- riJ
o- gainin .O~ ",l yot' r expected to soon die;of:. ConsumptionI, .;+':>, :': + + 9 i'1"+" . i ,..,, W FS "r .,,,
on g i i g 4 m f e o when I heard of Dr. King's New Dts-i ....... 6 mn'fob rt ^ t>i k n '' i o l o ve ry O ne bottle ga we great relief, | /. ,: io ,/.y,; 1 ."1 1^ ? -iri-[i .., ,- ,-i ; ,. , 4 mf,4n;,9 ... '
^w ^ ^s .. 1 --,tinF u r doese it, both o a w '. -P "fl ""p :"' + 1
w a t n P i e s s i o h a d strong ,. ,I can 't, say ,toe m eh"4 n | ... . u. c if "1y -. + . ., ,, ; .. ... JX,~ B, U!^t :.-*
... .' 1 + :-' is~pra se .... T his-m ar velous m edicine :.+;'.. "; '; ;i.- *.- ^...). *,i ;.>i^ r .' '( 'I '' l 'Y ,; l 7 ^ .*.... ,,,1 ,[' ,n ''l.,^-^,l i
Is Aas-Saod.la rge 1Ler. f MR0,s, Jet for

young and o ld, It ii the one is thea t.:ea and quickest cure in the Deeri Toy rfSswr "e....., ,,fep .l. ,iad ..id4n ,Swr!6
stanah rd re-m edy ", ,,Ji+:'-*;i:+ *w ida for a~ll" Throa[ and L..un0 TrOl-. D = . .. 'rT0l"]r ,..l sPl. ,.. + P,.,I ,+.v AIs..a,.,, vuiu.,^ ~~ .> ,,,p..dr
Sble. f uJarsat, eMo.,,d .ba Td a -I 1 p ,r ^. R wo :M,--. -* ,^ ^ ,
"+:+ "r... LJ nd .m.,adrtfgfibt:. "... bottles faee at W C Wallac'a+ t~i *II t' .?1- vdalr ,j: .'.^?
SCOTT ..i^^N..;<^-^^yo^ derfg^i t.e-.veranoe -om a frigtful*(B-.UIK n ARE B. tHW~ XrA '


I' IO'.KIA+l ++i

Dlceliliri"li S ll.
1 Or':he.;t rat Sdeehou_-irs."'Pat
K ,' r s V io l i n C i t. t+ 1
M ul,-,J rtette--Last Night"-
Mi.-srs. G001 1 ,Il, ltmaui, Nol ro'w'- 'an
TutI kt,.-,.
:1. rrj -rumunt.u tal S,-_'tet i, -, Mli:
[livi k hiu.
4. \'u,:al Sulo--"Waitinl,,"- MrI ;
A. Good win.
5. Male Quartette "Little Bo
Blue"-Messrs. Goodwin, Morrow, Le
man and Tucker.
6. Instrumental Selection MrE
Horatio Davis.
7. Orchestral Selection-Mrs. Par
ker's Violin Class.
During the intervals for refresh
ments, the audience will ber epte
gained by selections by Mr. Waicott'
A Gift to Give
It is often difficult to decide what t
get your friends for hoWiday gilts
Here is a suggestion: : ,-'
"Good morning, Jennie, I hav
brought you a, nice present," -an
Gertrude, as shli handed her, friend
neatly wrapped packages i-,
The pale, weary looking gir]l'," wh(
was slowly recovering fromn seve'fe ill
ness, opened the bund~le..and beld'up
large bottle of clear, -rich, in alhnv.
"Hood's.Sarsaparilla!-' siie- exe.la-im
ed., : 'I have been readtqg,,agxu6 it to
dAay~and wished.. I :had'a ++bcittle; .,'?',on
.;lOn.New Yeaw:s,:Day Jennie was abl
to be out on" tb.e'astraet,'iansd to 1),:
friends who remacked-how- wLIl sh(
,was looking shbe .s-imply saiQ,.,jto pad'
Sarsaparilla,! !'aud evcryjoneo <,[ .to hp
knew, it ,was; th\ gre. mdi,.-je tIht
had given back her health... ,,.,o- ,
;n \State, aeweacluirst v8ft6i'o,-.'l

, The, Florida tateiTeaitlche'A'sAse
.atior will oIfTonivtne iB'Ihi' Icitfyiil' Ila
hassee fromt We*26.t1. tohe -.2.it.h IrtL.t
vin.Muive-, when a sptenclid"rep,l'o
.tieB'of~the ptibli.-ho+ "anticipated,-, l l*,*.:.' J *" au-` :, i,.*!iT
Alaclhula Mounty has" alwa&i .rrjot,.
the distinction of soDcing -t-e larrnt
delegaion aotl ri,.nidhir,,more-tiui .
'cial aid to.thllisf-catts tffi0n aoy ',Cu)'LB.t
in:theostate-, at d i, doing'-"` for
puabl.ti&ed'edatsonytoday'; t ba n any cfl
coUtjty, l- n r,-c:.ozniti,.n Of tfhf -N Supe'Hri)tendebi't1-' Hnll1,(ay,' o.l' --the
ohib a 4ouo aty, ci',8 ,,JKiL,,L" ,,-I i ,l t-t-h,i
'n+:x:Lt 30n vetit~ioof fthe Sliit't- 'lt,. h'dt"
+A -+.+(oo raio t'"i n"th4+ie'ty1, ; ' i '->Jui'i f +
!'+18- 19010 (_,t. ,,i~ir .V lef va. n ,,_.a4 ,'^ tSPie
finasttlvnd hteogtItDodeten i'.llint-
i'd" in- the' -1 ,'+ .,aUndi't :v.',tiild beI A
matter- of great pride to-t'ha',!ir3f 'arU
county t6:entrtla-n tije"St'Ete \-..,a-
tion- within th'ew'alls- 6f tl is49 I. gatiI,
and modeipa building *'* )ui'.yi-
P'rof. -HolHlowly 46re,'v,-. e,"edit r'46v
h-is, ie&ffots, whleh -luldd r,.c i vi' tihle
eoouragement-and ,utq,,orlt rio -t iam
"Of-the- teachers, "but of evey cit,'/i.ij <,f
t'he city aud country, :+ :-; ++++: .'+'+
P of. ,.1,,w,,' 'p ;,., ,.-- ,i.- ",,.
cular letti'r Io I h r t t-e'acliruIS Lh i wgh uL
the county urging attendane 'ait tie
Association this year, and old Alachi'a
will no doubt retaiu her former repL,-
Iation. of a large d,-lf at ,raLo -: ;j -
T ( To t.in 1%, tlltel., ttll .
After the bottle-has been used, rlqse
ift'th+06oughly in warm water;'then till
with %%arm after containlo a "tga-
spboonful of 06(d D~ust WashiiD'.' EPuw
er,'ana le't its tand,-- shaking, e ii.
,~ 'o a rle
io~nd'then. It rubber tue I-A Ubted,
letiteremain als0 in the water. + Lih~e
,, ,, ,,^ ,:, + .- .. .. _a 5 j ,./ ,; ;
thl'ough several dlean waters. Gold
Du.-t is much more effective than soap
;o clean them as it removes afl sp.cks.
and motes clinging .to the sides of ibe
bottles. I +'? ,, n ..'
i!'!.\rrf~t, ld (or Ti ripHti., *aii']'id
-Dputy ,Sheriff :, Morgan B~enrfi,^
upon a w arr~ntisXora out byi, iS~ieta
P*atter:+oQ;,! a.dus, yo, da msel, ..of .Ea1l
+ines ile, /.,are,.ted. S u sje. ,G.idlmeu r
e~sterd~ayUpon a charge of trespalss,
:,;T, B faicis in the case -aa bane' ibeea
plajned by. the defend, tkgq ishom'
,~bat S ere~na had. '"yi~ated d~t 'fee,

roimissd. the said h-iufl~ibeodi all: klindslr
t gOOd thiogs to ealh inel'udlng" wa'-
ermelous Ln 'eason, arid' .o''e'. s'he+
i I Ii ') I i j i ,
tould do Li^. washng and ,:.(ok ror
ijmaaf,.i]fe ,oidl+l oon.A' icome ,t(po h* bi,p
leiatua^ she loved hf'm.- rt '^oam (..

Tempted by tre pPomi'df a't''th,4i', '
,d ,t jq'ae aneteo,:m:.e pppf.a ojx
,'Serena the bea..u.i ifl,'.! .this .uog,;ate.r
him, and went to 1the hbmen'e of 'MT-
Serena Patte'rson, .and. when ;SiAie
rriT--l^ --4siai~ko.m:;, .lZasa. u-(JJU,
,i4Qd rhe was cha,'gLd .,wit, h Lt.rt.pa$"
%ad was plaqe'd ij$1tX,- .JiumiiAta>tkvgvpP
Iticn of bLuing arre.,ted_. eiS,t
hoh ares a~ppevwredbef ore) )Jusyci>
,ol man yesterday aftl-ruoonh when the
iqpStiQ0, Wiltha view 0ta having exponae
o the women,suggested that thayn.%kei
Lip anvd be friends, adkeep4this case out
f-e-our-twhich i.hey did-bat both Are
oow swearing vengeance agaio'st.'the
,bor man, who is sorryu'hd je~er-wag
.b.. ^.. .; : '.y F f d: s
,Tbhe maan nustworl for a iivinonot"
f his Wife will; t-&6i :1er/ive hi'm-but
the says she'll go it alone in th,&'fuli
P <>rangd| Hfgilj sc Shool Note*.
The following is the roll of honor
or the month of November: Lou
tall, Ada Hall, Belle HaJI;, Delia
olly, August" Wirtble, Solomton Hallh
7iley Tiliman, Nathan Hall.
!A; meeting wilt Ice held Friday.even-
aa to cntider the suh-school ditriet
question .
'Orange Heights still has 10 usua.
.tLendance, and has no trouble .j.u
eepitg up the average necessary for
ae two teachers.
A committee of young men will soon
i.held to make arrangements for a
ranfd New Year ball. It appears. that'
he music employed for the Thanks-
lving ball was not perfectly satisfac-
cry,, and it is the purpose of the
ung men to malce up for this deft-
incy by giving another dance on
ew Y3er. ben first-class music will

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