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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Puibilshed Twice a Week--Monday and ThursdayVOL. XXIV. N 0. GA I ~ANEVLI: FI) IA, I DAY, FEBRUARY 27". 190, N O1A~AY A



STRIKEBREAK OUT '~ :t;, *t~JCOMMITEE WOLD I IKORO KILLS TWO WOMEN.,ISSIP AIA
STINE BEAK OU CO MITEE OUL 141iswife and Motiier-inLaw Are His
VcisRcpsLynching.MA HAELN IN
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Say So' ArwicS Are Con -i ----, km I ( itIl k \":h tInvt ti t!
POLICE MAY STRIKE AT WARSAW Stalltiy S~.Eacli (2oer. NO MORE FLOWER FOR SENATORS V\41hi'~ i~i.tatti~nil 'I E XCIIeiiLlI 1 Ar A let'liITE HEAT7

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Out Afrah-laxtn Gorky To Bc ~ b tlp' dry Civil Appropriation Bill, While f Ilni 1tt41 .2. L!, ** I tI lio.,tal tia ii I!;~ roC~n~
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E. F. S. BALL TEAM.
PROMINENT MAN M A AR A Personnel of the Nine, With Their
L Home Address.
VISITS GAINESVILLE M A G' YS E There has been some talk regarding
the standing players in the various colOwns Vast Areas of Rich Timber INledge teams in the State, and those inl
Lands Throughout Florida. Itol~ Springs, Mis, M1arch 24, '903 chrargemirthe this aity tihieat
While building railroads in Tennemiee Flnod puelinarh thims ofityhi tem WELL PLEASED WITH STATE liorie tvwlve years ago a number of hands 4Itopbihheamsfterta,
contracted fever and various forms of with the homne address, parent or guarblood AndIskindiseases. IcamredS.S.S. dian, etc., so that all information deSurveyed Railrold Line Through North inhmy c ainmissaryand gaveittoay hands sired regarding their amateur stan dFlorida Fifty Years Ago. and Says wetd S S S.t as itefnesnts prpaaiofrgcanbopo-n
TriirDvlpinSicThtMalaria, chills and fever, as well as all Harry Harmon, pitcher; sophomore; 1 1
Time Has Been Marvelous. blood atdskindiseases. w. 3CGowAN. residence, Atlanta, Ga ; father, 1-1 E, $2 *2flAE x
Among the proinini-rit visitors to I suffered greatly from Boils, which Eam. Thma, achr;fesma; U CLERTE CB
is lin. Ii C. Ptnamwould break out on different parts of my d hms ace;feha; U EERTD CB ONY CR
Gainesville isfo. I.0.Ptabody. I saw S. S. S. advertised and after residence, Gainesville; mother, Mrs. 15 GUARANTEED 3 YER1O~
banker. fliaimcier and developer of us~ .about three bottles I was curedl, B. 0i. Thomas.
Euclaire, Will who is the guest of and for the last three years have had no E errd apntrfstbe;Copper distilled in the, goedod fahoest
Perry M. Colson at hjis benutiful home trouble whatever. ,'A. W. Z.B1aL. com ernard dCartpent;r freuibe over an ope~n furnace, whichgieadelayo
GD I~chii venI(. I te cm~na- 2J Red t.,I~ansile, d.Tampa; father, Rev. WV. J. Carpenter. Order to-day and we wil shp npli
tion there is noticeable the chivalry of T began usin or S. S. S. proaltn William Gusque. second base: coin- gallon of this excellent VWiseeprs05 Z
the Wet~t and South, Mr. Colson him- years ago for falaria and bl10d troubles, mercial departniont; residence, Jack- for $2.25.
selfbeig te vry esene o hopi-and it proved so good that I have con-.oyle ahr .M 3sue i rriS ravo
talfity g th eye~nc fhsi inued ever since using it as a family ovlefahrE.MGsq.H r is Fo
tit remedy. It is apleasure for me torecom- H. L. Taylor, third base; senior; reui- I1I Years Ol
Col. l~tmIs Otte of thle Most prom- mend S. S. S. for the benefit of Others dence, Galnel'Ville; father, H. E. 4 Full Q~uartz, ExpressPrpad$.0
inent andl distinguished citizens of the who are needing a first rate bloodprirfier, Taylor. Ti eodReWikyhsn qa omt~
Northwest, being at the head of one of tonic and cure for Malaria. hAnodReW layhs
the large~.t anid most powerful financial Arkansas City, Ark. C. C. HpmTIGWAY. Sandy Graham. short ttop; sophio- what you pay. It Is the kindofmelw ase
~~~more; residence. Gainesville; father, good, too, for mnedicinall use. W wl losi
institutions in Wisconsin. lie is also Boils, abscesses, sores, (lark or yellow 3. bl. Graham. 0 gallon Cobb County wind I quatBrsFvrt
one of the pion,'er lumber merchants splotches and debility are some of the ObeBuwrrgtfed nie.Rye together for $3.00, expresspead edu
of that section,' owning timber from synptoins of this miserable dieae ObeByour igtfel;cme-73 tial order to-day.
Chcg o h aifcSoe.leI S. counteracts and removes from the cial department; residence, Tampa; OUR GUALA.NTEEsIti you, r o etrl
Chicgo t th Pacfic lop, li iiblood all impuri. father, C. Boulware. Pleased and our goods are not sr ueLw
not only a marn of great b~usiness5 acu- ties and poisons Percy Coombs, center field ; fresh- refund your money by nextmal emken
men, large' wealth and vast influence and builds up the ma;rndneAaahcl;mte,0. 0. D. shipments. Our referencs hrdNtoa
in his section. but is a man of dis- entire system. It is mnreincpachoa;otrBank or Express Office. SendExrsorPtfle
tinguished ability, philanthropic idoas aran teed apure- Mrs. J. H. Coombs.NoeOdr
N !~~~yvegetable reine- Ollie Jacobi. left field ; senior: re.si-A.t-H I
and a broad humanitarian. d. Write for med- dence, Bironson; mother, Mrs. J1. H-. 12ANA Wato Sro.
Col. Putnam is a former vice-presi. Mal advice or any J2acobi.tret
dent of tho American Forestry Associa- Uec lal informs-Jaoi _______tion, all(d has given a large proportion sfrof about case. TELEPHONE EXTENSION.
of his time and considerable means to rho_____________________________ Ga._IEastFl
develop and orgainze the association, ---Es lrida Telephone Company Will______the object of which is to prevent the RIVES-HUDGINS. Reach Campvill~l Today.
destruction of tile American forests. The lines of thle East Florida Tele- Established in 08i
H-e spent several years abroad study. Wedding of Two Popular Young Pea- phone Company continue to be ex.T
V.Ing forestry Alone, so deeply iterested ple at Alachua Wednesday Evening. Itende.d, aiid At the prieent rate thle in.le tW hs e o sei e r i
was he ini the work. One of the leading social events of dioations are that the company wilTh O de tW ik y H
Mr. olsci as xtededevey ~ur-the season at Alachua was the wedding furnish a complete service to all parts FIIltE ILAM
teyt i itnulhdgwt hr.Of W. T. Rives and Miss Sallie Hud- of the county, to O)cala and to points(,aried8yarol.B th
day he drove him through the city, af- gin., which occurred at the Baptist in Levy county before many weeks. gl
terwhih le ookh~c ona hor, tipchurch in that place W-edtiesday even- The instrument at Campville will be
to the country end showed him some In g, Rev. W. C. Foster-offl'ating. placed in the commissary o f P. H. (EF0. J.CLMNJV
Baker, and Mr. Baker has promised to 4dr
of Alachunaeounty's virgin piuie forest, The church was handsomely and ap- (rirngee up yTar Sld reoye toa.Gha
which he pronounced among tho finest propriately decorated foj- the ril ng pTeSnrprertdy f r
he had seen in the Sout it. oel. 1)u t. and the room was crowderi with rela- I When You Have a Cold. ~ rk~1~EPIS TE' .
nam owns several hundred thousand tivit and frierd". Th ~s cic hnyuhv od~ ~A.NVIL JV l.B h
Acres of'~pine' lend throughout the After tho ceremony the bridal party, 1hudb!orl.v h ug.' i ~ ~ ~ glo 2OL ulqurs$.5
State, and Is greatly interested in tgte ihafwfins eee-bs copihdb h reue(-~ LEPESPIiA
l'loridat's welfarti. tertained at the bride'd home, where CabransCuhJcmd.Ti---- LFOI)JV
'Th sdei~tinguishp(l go)rfteernan is by a botintiful supper was prepared. R.ii"ylqulsstetug uosILIFyte aln 2' 4fl qa
no nwaini f t ra19er it) Florida -,in Prof .1. 4 w. Kellum acted as bo t aced tassis.xusu rn h ir/' 2S) XRS JE'
deed, he night be torivedi a pioneer, man, while Mrs, Fopter was thle mlat- ells of tho icing-g, produces a free ex- KETCY OR for he states that fifty yvar. ago fit rein of honor. ppetoration and openis the secre'tions.OD ENU CW
viie h tt rdrnapeiiay The contracting partie-s tire unmong A Grml'e(lie511 ol~s ietraniteeti 8 years old. By the galln $3 .4l qat $.5
viste thelt State aood ranows a rlimnar
line. for It railroad, then projected, Alaliia's most Promlinent young Pet). I ri'ineidy will ecu re a severe euld in lis Ol
through thle niortheern section of Flor- pie-, and iniuierneis friends wish then time than any other trcat mtilt, And it OL OINT'ER CLUBl ('OlIN
* ~Ida. lie remained ini the State for a long acid happy voyage oil thke stea of, heavvs the systein in a natural and Giuarainteed 4 years old. 8y thle gallon$.0 'lulqars$.5
'ollba le.healthy cohicletion. It counteracts allyEPESPRP i
11111e timeif. "I amn agrek-ably our- Lcnnuilbis tendency toward pnieunonlhia.- F or sale I We. handle all t ho leading brands of R1ye andBubo Vikisiith i
prited, as we'll as gratified, at, the rap- HgSpis.by ull druggikris. ket. arnd will isave you FA) per cent~ on your purchas.Sdfoprelita
id growth of the forests of Florida since Killing Near Hig Spig. i- -- --- 1Mailed free upon application,










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_______ ~ T~lE AINES"VILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 72, 1905

lamDEATH OF MR. BURT.
Ctzen of VermoritConing Here for

T ECR UTC U THealth, Passed Away Thursday.____VeryLitte Bsines Di _;ot, ho einwtit this city ill November oft
Veryt~t Little Busuic Dfor~ his health. died at
in tho Co ty -r A, GI VC nature: hre helps, and fhi 11t n. house Int,~ 11,1 it Y at AliP A SOI
flear Iv evecry case of con- var y Iwar [!itrsday n4'ruellli, Aged__orm r WI hlde
air, MOSt ni port int ()of sill. I t.-lfor some ttwne hat, beell F
by Motion cl A t t Lrn r U)sufferitv.-ftre gastrit i,-. ozd cane, to
Fiori~~lL a1t, tgelu f i ee~ T W L hi~ Kind You Have
Who Realiztcd Co-*FC)I J ~I~ tml h o f i~o ite t'iag'C1AA~I

fDokt riA'r. i Would Iroe beneficial: 1liit it Witt too) itI~hJ W Q
Attorney,to be Trieu "I& P e ctorIJ a l Inte, mid although hip t-ntlitioll for aR JAgal r d1 ~'
While the rcr 1 k Nourishing food comes nex~t. imie -evined to impro'vc the incltn. ntlit II' eI;" W'
grad jury wi-re iiy il T'he.n, a nu icdne to control tit weather of the panit few weeks fii lo 5,3c~ wlIo '1." '4 B ar h
littleprogr~ ~ ~ ~the cough and heal the lungs. ~trvied detrimental, and lit, at last'sti' ig atr
before tht- rvspwcti( I ti Ill .d 1' k.. irri, a, N~ rk to iide of Ii% i des th-twd w Ili% failiil (rilaturo
and tediuun oni.-. wife,~;' ;; who t:tii watched over and earedJ l' t~ e ~likli I IC i
Th grn- ,Lr wt %vat ..tci. r im for tlhet past few i totis. IfLid~lI$.~~citltIh
The ranij tr ~ w Sly.' 0 The~ rc'Itainsk wer ei'talmt'd by Opi.opu'to'Mu_ Li.t ofV
the entire day ',il tix clVIr!~frtidetkrM~elnti lcdi O A~ it 4
murder case. butt thi re we rt c111frt'drsle l-ela ii lcdina N rN*C '1!
witnsse to to xaninodn I e~ 0fl ~II ip L10 l ltet metallic enoiket, an.! were shippecd that it was litpossahc' to aurrivt- at yettteriiy to hli# home lit the greell
conclusion, and the try %%i i,, Health demands daily action of the Ai"hlW vad \croc o ntret h
bowels. Aid nature with Aver's Pills. widovv has the sym11pathlY oft thle good aAwso
charged by olictir ('ailn4:l iwt -____________________________ sawpl (e hscmnulty
Monday. livd ofthscomniy
In the eourt roome Oxi t'ai~tiof 1% if. WORK ON THE STREETS.LcloaNts TIillis vs. the Liverlwel anid 1Lotidoit Loh s Noes

and Globe InsureaI ee Conipany, ai thi Steam Roller Has Arrived, and Opera- Lochhx'ss. Feb. 22I.-Mt. and Mrs, Mv.
on hecae o tc~c' acarnofsio~ tions Will BegnnFwDy. (ha110 V. Fowler of Leton are tile
guests to( Mr. and Mr.J ,Tompkins Aps'I lmeyir(oi4
insurance oil ;4r0;14'riy de'st rosd by I Th e illn I tit lp tran rclh'r ordered thi s prace.lion, Sour Slt lin chw Ii tow flre~~~~ori at Ronvokloii seea levers mawil. YEpt ,a-Imle po fte UlsFolradsn iadf
taken up at tile cepeniinjz )f thet curt. dr parttiit (if road intli-ry, United (itsF Irad0VJti ndft t is ulC 1Loss OF Sli, r I U D
The jury wa emnpanelled and sviori'a ~tvt governaintizt. has arrived, stood ilies were th. gilests of A. Rounirett o O e
and the case proceeded, but late inl ffe within the next, few dmj.. possibly the last week. rlaiit-naur o
afternoon was sutddenily interrupted Iby taittn1ii of tile weeL, work tif paving Fartners of this plae are basy Thirty- Y earsez
a decision of the court declaring' til. tilt four t~l ockat oil West; Mlain slid ing sugar cante, beans and potatces. NEW% 'YORKTh rt Y ar
cas a on-uit Wh~a latket th' Itu~ Man ~ re~s illbegn. The many friends (if hiss Atna
pcse da ni i, w h'~ t ie c anc-c th Ead- cru i :.hinery s ailr begi Te Toipklns are glad to learn that ot
proeedng, wertilonti~ tour, id-crl~lti "1011li'r 1111 aleay benhas recovered froin a severe attack (:f
journed until MIuradaly 111orniug t i 141 kivd cua E~ast Liberty street, near C A S TON "lA
O'clock. S~xvetwhtt-r Braiac, miad a force of men Is grippe.
irte 110W i'ligagc'd ill breaking tiat stone Toin Morrison is bte from tilt- 0" CQYO WRAPP r-R. The Holoway Case. .Irv aii! (,I a[x,-. Irv-Icar3Lory to feed- Biy ott A furlough. CSOI
During the dlay Atliariivy SN,:. 1. i- ti s ,o~vlv.Teipekled perch art, again rutn- To"TV1 0mto"111 o 0
Carter, reperesenating Hte de'ifluat i to tt-i' slider the 111heret SSUAY pulling in
the cast' of tile State of Floradia vs. J i 0rvottar :.~ot dtp41lt'prtt't ter Jaekson- uiit andther tlhe,eokartd ul-i il- :.illI' i' keoia a feo'v days ago,. rt u bro te .eo e eu
Win. 11 Hotl loway, c ha rged wit h the, %N~ I.v %Gx' ounin S ift irt-d on (flicial iU interpolation of at certain letter, inlidt- Iiml li-.o rtni The LaeVivaew ou iscrwe
a. motion to the e'h,n'r that. etn iwoolint withtI'5 taeadit'hi returnA wh are-. ....-Iti our itrtle
ofteeoiete o diii(, h, ok 611tomn twlo Aigu irk tipoii tia' stre''t e ity Ito tiesw oae iit u little
et, this c'lV Le rointiceato'! ti, a thci, alrl willvsatd 'c ied A. A. (ireen miade it flyiit t rile toiaievil Foundry and Machine Works,
t$rm, which wit. griiuted~ by the ing.rictini 4f L,\Ict-rt llot'ce, tiiito imi super- liaffffeirn Friday. %I r (ir,-ce:, oll) after approval toy Sta i,'., .\tt,'rraey Cid' alr ,; tit bwlit9 Ie&1te on R~~rt'ti bifl liti Idt tin Ileta4 tr f at roo o i ;z w o n l w y r l-iri %I tlr n
houn. Whoill) i- h ~ atpJ(11 v themte niore aatl Y. '1 ertt us itt. a lot of wk kit-PIG ill 11110
pro ibycosaanit' Loovral tll-- s :11" d nvigl tipi o nowk ,i ii~ Iv ridll r) i i il cru a e
jribl y ~ i ino li )tr atO~ hirl. I tato that, o itg to I I a So'!p'' 0, 4 1 .liv- _; (1 S A, i t~k 1 1. 1 is fIti lio
tam do' sos~tcnt iat at iairj~e'- tilt- r's.ht grailti cit t
inerea-.ed ex pen-. Judge' \'lia i-tt i )t 4 I'i41Itbneesr Croup
to a Sun rtiaortc'r that !w' %vi* rtt 1-H- a 41 t ty #)f earth frccin \%,'t't I e~ginl ~Itl bietiltetlllfllti f At cIItti'e at Whaat ." 1 1i'i1 t'~ .i tern i e'Oie I i-er in st'-cre it p oi er nic t rulti dc ; tir' ,, 1e'ii ifate's, olneril.i Would bw e hle, hot Itr lcsIi ra' r tiaFt tiaereeaghfitrc. I'llisa pot throat, heot Pkiti, qmtuek ;Imeal "
Jue.itt h-.% v, r. van Ie te used to ad van- hearteness aind mit" ;'d roe P1i ratilti.
the CaS' (of 11. -'! at"' CH~ii Ilt**t ~~har-.b'i idyto-ec t irhcuc r;.h.~cl1wl 'A R IES BLUJM &GCO 9
%way, Atlortne) ;t ..( rter for i clai- C. .1-ij ba l "'i o-t florithaid at tL ., te r ild wil eryI lIt l.F'lt4 IV~
teferesr pai :t f~i it lda ti-tr ali o n ormcil Ic
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4 THE (AINESVILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 27, 1901

GAINESVILLE OUR SCHOOLS. pride in their State and ena t a law The South is fast gaining on their
which would debar polities or prevent Northern neighbors in all lines of facT he-- Superintendent of Public Instrue- injury through Florida's variety of po. tory work. A few days ago a number
__tion W. M. Holloway, who was in the litical agaltation and strife, of top carriages were on exhibition in
neede is soepa(,reyti iymd n eorgia, tht wore
Saltered December31. 1. at GailnevilVe. Fla.. city a few days ago, manifestshis usual What is needed is some plan whereby this city, made in Georgi, that were
saecond-celas matter, under Act of Coo- earnestness in the Jealous care of our people may not only be induced to finished as well as anyone could wish.
gfrossf of March 3.,1 179.e
eof areb3.187. public schools. Always enthusiasticin come to Florida, but be guided and Ourown city factories turn out fine ..- Plbed Every Monday and Thurnday his work, he seemed more animated directed after their arrival. The work in the vehicle line, and we can
t alnevlle, Florida than ever. He believes in securing the reasons for this are obvious. Too many get the best if we patroize home in- Beter ts-Better Profs at Gainesville, Florida Bette peahes appes pears and ptonz
______- ---.best officials as well as teachers, and people come here from the North who dustries. berriesttareproduced plwhen Potashand
.777 7-tr br all good citizens will agree with him, are misguided and who are not suf- isliberally applied to the soil. To
H. H. cCEARY. ditor and ubr. for the control of our sehools-in the ficiently informed to intelligently take The Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex. insea ferll rp contest lto
-- .. theory of our polities-isa matter no advantage of the many resources that position at Portland, Oregon, has got soera l ceont stalt TanRs or SUBsCRIPTIO: less important than the securing of an this State has to offer to the home- its press burea in working order, and a
Ta Twice-a-Week SuN $1 a year; sir independent and upright judiciary. seeker. The failure of the State to the newspapers of the land will be suph
months, 50c.; single copies, bc. composed of men selected for declared look after this class cost Florida plied with "exclusive" mxtter enoug ADvEITIS iNO RATES: qualifications for the positions. hundreds of thousands of dollars this to permit the country editor to go fisht n ou asintewekadkepte Send for ourpractda books qfinformadon :
Local advertisemenit, 15 cents a line It is one of the most gratifying facts winter. Never has there been such a ing four days in the week and keep thed rtc s orin
for the first and 10 cents for each addi- in connection with our form of go- tide of travel southward as that which "devil" busy all the time he is absent. y a.not avsetefortia inativeph /ll
--- %jna spianfqitertitar aton.fv
;tonal insertion. ernent, that the school system is an has come here this fall and winter. O N I WOS
Displayed advertisements for three, essential part of it. The school dis- Thousands have come to Florida, and IThe railways in the North are be- NWyrk--Jn ..w
SPries fur nish upon app ication. tri!t is a political division as old as they have constituted a class anxious gin ing to get thawed out. On a branch .Marriage and Death notices inserted that of the township. In many cases tp locate if they could do so to ad- line of the Michigan Central Railway a stre.
free. Obituaries, cents aline. they ante-date the municipal organ- vantage. Thousands have returned train was fast in the enow nearlya ization of which they have become a home because there were none to week. We can feel very grateful that
OuR C.tmsixo Lusr. part, but by which they are never scu- direct them after their arrival here we are ip Florida, even if the fire in the
rhe Sun and the Thrice-a-Week ceeded, and throughout the complex- and because they were unable to grasp grate has to be kindled in the evening.
(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 65 ities of our governmental system they the advantages which the State had to A JUDSON MARRIAGE.
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) remain in all the sacredness of an an- offer, or even see anything of advant- A Pittsburg man was very munch -Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 tiquity which bespeaks the fundamen- age for them here. wrought up because the preacher was The Jones-Swilley Nuptial at dJudso
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 tal love of the people for education and This winter it has been'a constant smiling and happy while performing Were of the Smartest Order.
The Sun and the Semi-Weekly an undivided belief in its necessity. story of disappointment to intended the marriage ceremony, while he himn- Judson, February 24.-A ve.
Times-Union one year........ I 50 With the little red school house there investors and settlers. They have self ivwas nervous and white as a sheet. pretty wedding was celebrate
is associated a sentiment which strikes come, found nothing and returned, all That was plain enough-it was all profit last Sunday in our town, f
"We will not accept stamps of a down to the bed rock of patriotism, because the State has made no provis- and no risk to the parson. mer Judge Ira J. Carter, a promine: s arger denomination than 2 cenas. P1fJ
arger denomination than 2 cents. With its successor and contemporary, ion to acquaint them with her re- merchant formerly of Judon, ut
.. -the mammoth modern school, there is sources. Every section of this State If people had to sit on as uncomfort- present established at Newberry. Ot!
It is a sin to steal a pin, but it is associated the same sympathy. The during the fall and winter months, able seats at a church as at a circus elating.
financiering to steal a railroad, great State universities stand as an when the railroads are bringing people how they would roar. This is one of The contracting parties were Ma- -------amplification of the system, and it is hy the thousands at half rates, needs a the things that proves the influence of T. Jones, a promising young man we The third Ruesian squadron is hoping all very dear to every American heart. competent man to take charge of these mind over matter. known in this section, and occupyinto get stranded before it gets lose Advancement in our school system is people, and some place where intend- position of trust in the mercantile ,* enough to the Japs to be in danger. always a step forward, and with oppor- ing settlers may go, for information Senator Taliaferro's term expires tablishment of Mr. Carter, and M.
tunity which is now open to the people and proper direction. Nothing of the March 4th, and the Legislature meets Louise Swilley, one of Judson's be., A Michigan dealer is doing a thrive. of Florida for a greater appropriation visionary sort, such as is seen in some April 8d. During the interim the G;v- of charming young ladies, and t'
iog business selling "clover fed eggs." for our schools the teomingyhar, and of our exaggerated advertising mat. ernor can exercise his appointive daughter of one of the best know
He has a large trade, worked up by the assurance of having better Instrue- ter scattered broadcast, is wanted, but powers. farmers in our section.
advertising his product. tors, will improve the schools that are a good. competent, truthful and care- The ceremony was performed
-______now in need of building a little higher ful system of propagating needed in. The members of the Legislature will 12:14 p. m. at the residence of tL
*A locomotive going at express speed by placing them in more competent formation Is one of the greatest essen. go to Tallahassee with fear and trem- bride's father, Franklin N. Swilley
gives 1,050 puffs to the mile, while a hands. tials to Florida's future development. bling, as their actions will be watched the happy participants being surroundcigarette smoker going down the line The time is coming when this State by the eagle eye of The Florida Sun. ed by a large coterie of friends a:
may give as many in rounding up a FREIGHT RATES. will need settlers for her farms which well-wilers. The happy bride wore
couple of blocks. The orange growers this Stat ht must ultimately take the place The river and harbor bill has passed very tasteful gown of cream silk, mi,
________ ___.__ T o e e t t h of some of the industries at present the House intact, and all the appropri- gled with white trimmings, such,a:
a hard proposition to contend with, furnishing the greatest wealth to the ations remain as at first stated attire merely enhancing her natural Statistics show that the average At the meeting of the farmers and furnishing the greatest wealth to the -_ in as at firt stated. at yerar
height of the Americau woman is two fruit growers held at Orlando. Febru- State, but which will pass away in time. --beauty and charming demeanor. TI
l m h w w f y tq n r r The time is ripe for action along these lRussia has a per capita investment groom looked handsome in his suit
inches more thtan it was twenty-five ary 21st, thequestion o freight rate lines, and the press of Florida ought to in industrial enterprises of $1, while black and the parlor presented
years ago. Yes, they come higher, but was brought up and it was shown that '
we must have them. oranges can be shipped from Riverside. agitate the matter in the interest of the United States has $125. pretty ight of merry faces and ela
Cal to Boston or New York as cheap, bringing about an intelligent under- orate multy.olored toilettes.
For the buineflt of those who have and in some eases cheaper, than a standing and the best practical plan. President Roosevelt says he will visit Notary Carter went through the s
not kept up with the Swayne trial, we Florida grower can ship to points in Tampa sometime during his adminis- emn task with his usual tact and a
will state that the matter of "legal" Georgia or South Carolina. In soe In sizing up matte-rs from every tration-if possible, the end made an appropriate speed .
residence of the Judge lN only one of instances it was shown that the ship- point of view. after all, we are just a ........ sending the newly married couple
the many charges against him. ments to interior points in some of the bunch of human beings here on earth. LETTER FROM MR. SCOTT. their new life filled with full co. Southern State. were practically pro. traveling along from the cradle to the sciousnessofthealimportant ste
W. H. Newman, president of the hibitive. For instance. It costs c ents grave, with trials and t(emlptatio,. While He is Housed in by Snow and All were invited into the dii:
9 Vanderbilt system o, railroads, gets to send a box of oranges to Chester, hope'. and fear. joys anid headaches, Ice, He Longs for Gainesville. room, where quite a repast was spra:
the handsome salarI of $120,00 a year C., on t he' outhern Railway, and 90t smile. and It ars, that ar,, common. Col. John II L loyd, who, with his consisting of chicken, beer, pork. n alind at palatial residn, inl New Yo)rk. ts from California to Iostt ,Mass \\', arfe m h re thott o" consint, we go)d wife, is spending his eighteenth ducks, cakes, fruit of all kinds, : nbeeldes a p umptuusly titted private There would ha noutrublt about th,, will leaye withut it- At b,,st, lie. is i ter in this (.ity anad greeting his old. many other eatables too numerous s
e a n pt pay te right fther aret nog t r n he afothen short. ad a, get out of it a ftll made friends every day, has received mleontion.
ng if the rates coud h' m e re eae o rrow. Terefr. in the from ('. \. Scott. at one time a rest- Afr. and Mrs. Jones. after an in
T Ut urtru ggle for .,ae* a. td p, ition. in thI,.. dcut of this eity. but now of \Varsaw, m I reception, left. for Newhi rr
The Unitd tat' Surecmne ('Tcrt a l c. I hattle f.r bn ul and gld, l]t t ui ever Inl.. toe following letter, which will where they will be at home to tl.
has ecied hatcxpe's e aids ''Iwl'ioiili frme cai cmpee' it i -frientds, and we add ottr sizicere w~i,. must deliver package's at the hornm of any it th Ila l with faitr rates fr ship- lhe k incd aol t g n rout .1 fo rt ne p r.rove of interest to those who knew ieond a n we add orn p ner e p i
the coitigoe. And it should havt, m.nt, but when he has to psy t t nts bought wil t:e grief and overthrow Mr. Smtt in this section : a\)1d itt a at wrl esti
a-_Idded thata fine he ulliseld for rl.- toship a box of ora ,s t,, Iouton, an it ofothers i, .' rs t. .1 ali won on '"Through the columns of T'e them.

leeticg charges on prepaid parcels. thei' m b'.x is shippe.d bak to Ihfrid 0 ',,y ii a legrac,. It Iinintill, .un. which B rOceiTNSH rPMgN.
-t oit-thirdl trt mount. th eatts tienrgy anitd ,t t.rrisinig hjirit lilt lr twice a we.~. I flid yt and )Ir>. BIG COTTON SHIPMENT
7--+TL' : l~lyd re ~emlng h,, intr amzlRDutton & Co. Sold and Shipped Sev '
..-'Is h+as beemI c e cted the S.. atet, )ti~ ii '+nor, it= w,,ight, ii is tir e +' 'n ~~ tPt t' 1L:,+ r to( Sti~',is. 1, y r i di h ait'na og D to o ..d.ad. hip ed.e..
will stn,l by ,ludg,, Swayn,, anod no atiin slhoubl hb' tuken in th. miaittr. i the b't peoluh.' on earth f low I ery Hundred Bales Past Week.
doubt ha. oretlered the Iintest butke t Wt'th m, ,,'l rate of iipnevtent that Tl' asrl 'uuitog t hi' con: hl. you the pleasure: anc learning >
whitwash n t o~ {t Ca~itol to rnt iln gr;ntet o o, the~r p trion t h..- r f pror t -r or lat i'e t ;lu ':e wert'e thr ve I h v be-en homesick for The tin of Dutton & Co., wh
h~~tlo anlat,,my). There s nthlingi inl th, Unittd *'-:te, t e advance in I ',ri!: e'. ea, +rn Sto 0 i'sh their fa nrstul- 'an ha.ir ,-ale:]t andt Gaine,,vtille prtoph, among, tin*, most extensive cotton los Rtitt iii). Thee i~1101 iini lit e I ~t ta ~' tI*-~t~,*itulvije,'iii itita thI.,'- 'at i,,huartatsare ltill gnga ,
ease f or thI th,',y but toi, ao i r th. l- !t b,:r :::'r thn in it' a, Re ,l n tbe'r ail i u f:ur *'-r- :rutli r th ,ir al'rt'eiate \,\ - s-asona has b en closed
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ha..i cuuuaefrr.t oaNrhv b t ueste c'ilnned a large n~umb~r of
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MINSTRELS WILL R. MCCLELLAN NEWSY OFTHOWETWEni pARe

(if it in ~wlt asd a wellBE -FRIDAY NIGHT Undertaking C .I A ER SEt ) t mqrna swellOne of the Best Am~atcur ShlowsiN G Y M L O E. I lwti
ever Staged ill Gainesville. ~ "' That Lively T6wn Was Never .ie n
7Favored With Xore Visitors. I g 1;i ti ti race
THE CASTE WILL BE SUPERB3 l"1ItIt I D~l lirectors aiid 16 A GAY ON
L-ene THE SEASON ISA AYOE'. '411 au'
the City Husia 5,d hr en t 5,_O~ redalc A' Social Life in the Jolly Village ISat Its L. D .S riih
the Cty Hs Be~n S. .rd .ad A ~Heighth and Many Delightful FunC- q
Who AtendAge 3~,c of ~ Llvrw~ .3141 ~ ~tions Being Held-Miltary Euchre ~KW s iI qiie
Enjoyble veni l~iti~r Fraw~. hil~a'r tanu~, ~ by Mr. and Mrs. Rerntel. ...
The taste of t hI;,, ulok UpltvIn 41lla ko) Square.b.2 -ern hsnee
last rounding; ill ,,. dLtni.und: 1'hotolgra. tevi to Fl 2f visito -i ths nevaor
Friday n ighit ti, w h' upi.. to-o fory lo rextalei'tosiiE this n stken. 1,
make its bow toa: I evr retal cotg .,gtkn I
Tench. Seagli.. l3 r .. : Cldr i elerp rlip o nse'quence there is a great deal of
havebee S'It't ~ ~ iiillretlo ee ph ortte TeIon.m social life going on.
thae hben cthI i. A niong those entert n ira friends
rattling gond 0 lo. T 1i r at cards were Miss A. Ilainlyi oti bonand catchy. 1i:1 Ir l(1\ %% it fo th on Tes da y afi'Of, tb5 A. M.1 Iargt. ohn
middle 13)113 fr l'i,- .t)li'..Iic.3 liray &~te~''edjatenor ~~Jhn This Space Reserved foi,
samble libraryl a010 01 Thursday afternoon.
same~ ~ ~ ~~~~r IOii~ 0'~T.- rLr I .it %%l~int n 1ir beautiful little M.adPls J .lennlgv
ady l on tt 1 ,, :f' A ~ rtt t ll ir I i~ to v r ) c .a d ) all p s i nl niii~$ary euchre at the Lndie.e' [fall oil
and~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~O Beun i,: rr i ~' ocir tndraif olsil the ev eninig of Washinition's birthday.
clever a( t. C !ris= a "'Ii''''t l i:ler kig e CThe hall never presented s uchi a gloriGerman faai l() i1 !r %tH. ry Hw 3. Y p to i i.et is not by way (if a 005 itppea!rflce. Flags and bannefr* of
clever. The. "A ri j.' t i ir~it of tboiatll L that Wiit niake thi everw~iy size decorateitd the' wallIs, a niagand the 'iI> i: t'w' ''i4!l'.lt 'Nit Rl a iet*FC hilpe niiloent national doag out rely cowein
inake a hit, andi (,- I .:>~ lit rClAt fil jrdi lirited C-ititt'fa4 will one end of 110o room. silaller on.,
The hotel sv iw it, %\Y 1 .d ~ 'id s a 1 ilpi i n alld. waved over yeh fort tild t ringit of
seen in G'aifws% ill It!! WIIi t.-y~~ ilniti, It. )ilfagifig We find there from the center of which aloo radiated
Burfnett in t he.ir Irl 1,-, Ila~- 11 i lf ar R ii imu 't (,if retai ly title refereilee long streamneris of the nat ional colors. are very clever. i-oks. Ilisorival wurko, [looks Oil art the effect being-corried oit even tit the
The principal fiat:ir- (f iii .- 5111 t ravel H' erAI ecllvetions of stand, lamnp shades and table dec-orations, It strel sehuw is tlii' grilrid ini ty ~ ,ard Work4 liy k !.t akil hors, with, a miumn.crailwsaptioi detfl litr i e he r ui hoks. Wereally scene', a fact which was fully aHirei Tis 0ioi. i!i m'' fIIIr Ci *.. aea -I gin iliig. with fair pros. ats'd by the !naiiy Brithhe~*ra present
the E. F. S AU. lt~~'iaiIz ,j iw t C'if rn regidarly thlt latest On arrival, tact or the giiests was fire-. the people or I ia:* 1 '.1dl liImlicimiA 1,y C~ goiui writer, which sented with a pretty badlie consisting
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 "od"i..Wl o~Il-i i h ol'toi for the ladipli of a portrait of llleorge. F UNTR
1)on'L forgi e' ki.iae, Nlarh''Ii lloik to.ri,% aril tit a ste'ady increase of lI. W~aslingtosi on a gold ground attached
Theresrved sal~ I~ ~4T &! t 'r.'t fi)r th is oan wilbe to a bow of tri-colored rtbbein. Thel Avera's at 1 SI .'3ii. \\ 'dier-tay (,onne iae at 3n Y tifin' Ito have associate gentleinan's badge was it litl I. old earl and get tle lwtC ~ 1ri- : ra ine'nh'' ri 1,r -i ir library 'ass(ciatio" acht on a similar ribleegi i Afte'r en. seats will heP lint on ti ~*''33'bTc hat. 1- lyCie willing to join ,&an do joy ni elegant oytrsppr r the crw. The admis.IC,: Ni III so 11) 131 .,ttc 3ii fOe olr; .1 A Retunel read by re'iie'st An orii. and K3c. y' 1 f'I tilt %%'Aill gie thten tit#% privi V n l poe in oti 6~e-orge Washii gton wbhieh 5
SPRUNG A SENSA- ION, it-e o 'k lll (i I iv bookit on hatnd. was nituch applauded. \ t tilt- Cone I a.
A Iillei iIh t: take', advalitago of &ion of terecitation all joiinied fit sing. OPN Evangelist T, J. N orsworthy Stir-, K tisI i-it rCiaiiiialle utfer can doi so by in a verse of thie "Star 'ipalgled IlanWest With Sensational Charre 0~!iIfL ti i ef'ino with tilt- above Iir.1 Pa oinieneeii at R it tit nt U...NY11
FroT011he 'lime. iii'' if tl,'. w )-I,, t %froT. cAra L.Vst thirteen tatilles rejeresentina the torigi.
inpt, K-y W st fmik ir-ctchsiuia of t al thUirteen St at es.* ellit-4 IF111le ho Ida og
noted thlat f-ev. -' VwT-%otflhy cIft otnridatr 6iepiniri
AMicanopy,h with ):-v 4 -l 1;,n ; it r-iry pran for the aftA'r- geiieral of that jecritOd, like Stehiqylet.
of the eta a~~~ 1 'eli n IIk-n -_). First Oni tltc I'afeyette, Ie.ecte inn
of th sa e ft n 1,8 twet I-iiie'l %%- i r- '1.I ing, an article from co leadn a n alla tthelr er
a revival uervi 'e' In tf. C-a ity. C i fih Ths sol ule ft lo t a fort. l 'I' g&R )lie ihel ate'
recently strung i 'st ii Ill ta 1,11 T i a o-o eolti( ot tew m itlul lni
town which will rte'c1'ire tii~t t,' J cClK I '-'ylfl aperl, whicll 11 oiciiCk, When' thel winners of thet.
:01 wift e'ijoyed by all very hundootn.' lliit.w %tivre alifiti)fae get over. 'lio, S~~I! 1 r I'~- tyingg god-yeiy to hywr:1eaac HBleu.1KII
itg s Vr-\CCrt!,) They~2ICi ,e ii h~ o a r it 1;t~'asl F.. V A i n n o m
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6 ~~~~THE GIAINESVILLE SUN: FEBRAY27d9

r~nnn~ rW IT UCcouncil to John N. C. Stockton. The LEIA DETSMNS
FLORIDA NEWSITEMS streets psave-d will reqoiri. Poie 37,00 NOOC
_____ ~~~square yard. (if brick. Ftued the awislrd-NOCEO APLCTO O TX
4 tu~~~g of themt! rotrit inilveo the ex- QTh' .e DEEDUNESCTO 0?C P'u
Brief Bits of News From All See-~ Iperiditture or more tlimsu x l(eO ts 10 to I1o do Ifyou are8 LAW OF~ FLORtDc.
tions of the State. rtis saiid prominetit Floridian has of ma in f uy AD&lr haiedjdcr6
_______been retained by tile beef trust to work ot DILW Dagrmate in myoeadhsid plcto a

Apopka liag taken oil a building up a PeniLleit, for the refrigerator car We'll admit It 'will cure malaria, but It leves certifieebae a oloigdsrte
boomn companntc and that an attempt will be almost deadly after cifecta. propTYstae I IC3SConY lrd
The Chattah oochee rie rat Eufaula made to have a memorial to -Congress Lo ts 7. ad9Boc23Are.
hsrsnforty fe.patifed by tile Legislature instructing the tsaidln en sue ttedt
or niembers in that body against the E If; of Unknon etfct salb eere
Sorrento is looking forward to a large of atjhUnewsi
passage ofany ac nterfering wit e purely vgtble and absolutely aFuarante corilna olw a edwilIseteet
peach and melon crop. these foundation atoues of monopoly.- or an ichedceoiloun ~ the gth fMrh.A .10
Street~~~~~~t fair atli West Palmche BechFe- snesD~I Witnesmyofia ln readel
Stetfi tWs amBahFb aeCity Index. Nid SU1 gamIBOA, kidney and liver looiuplaint the 4thdaofFbur.AD 1)6
ray2ttoNac4t.In the presence of a number of TRY IT TO-DAY. Pd ClrCiutCo AobaCo
The dog poisoner Is getting in his promin~ent citizens and re.lresentatives 30 Cefts IL 11otis All Druag NTCEOFAPLCAIN O
deadly work at l'erisacolla. of Guild A Co. of Chattanooga, Tenn., .ITC
Irish potatoes are now being planted ground wa, broken Monday morning DEED DRSETO FCHP
HI ~~~48l. LAW FFOIA
ithe vieinlity of Olen St. Mary. for Pahrtkai't sewerage system. The For Sale by WV. Im. Johnson, Gainesville Noticeis eeygintaJ .FeY
West Palmi bleach claims to have as work was commenced on Water steet, caeso. rl6 ae h 3ddyo
fine street@ as any city in South Flor- at a point opposite the machine shop 1h" has-- --- -_____id.of thre Atlanta Foundry and Machine Saiddsi

The theopli iompuains oha Jak cb Intiict jntelU
papi i brerue with ack O Srm- earhparatd wcoos by Geanses. Gay, 1 U B idil Heio.0.Cr hllbreeie
cordn theIo lw a edwltIsetcc
ville.~~ Ida Beirai il rvdigfr a of fiilsgaueadsa
A~~~~~~~~~~~~o Fhbruary, A.pe hose wihW 0906.t ShosInKna. ve

- Fort NMyers tias nrot had any rain in rate high schooit for whites and black! W i lr irutCor lcbaC
so long that everybody is beginning to at Kansas City, Kaus. The whites de. lj
Ate Rpbiasi ieOkaeo h stabbing of a proin:neilit whit( I i DEEI)DERSCIN FCA'
Al teReulias n ie a aepupil bry a negro buy. Governor llocb "
clamoring after the position of poist- in 111- rnesk:age to tile legatr I x I I anfctre ex$.LWSO
a ~ ~ fi Ig But we hav the largest buggy mnutfaictreyurenthters3 oran
mas~~r. plaining hig action, Enayii that %4bil* in the lwon uildin~r it for us. Built for this chaserofr o faxCrilte.
Archer Is to have a new restaurant In Rt8 general aspect the till appeared!= the fth daofJy..D.16.hsild..
* aiDd boarding house, a mew #tore and to bie a step backward. he believed th* onr-iuw, a~e ael ).3cre* Lion for tI edt su i codnei
blackmith hop.locnl conitions made the liw dvla long distance axlea, dutpofspindles, deucibe prawrt siutdiSAahnca
blcsih op. describe hi~~aatirtteshf Bi
Penscol __able.__ couplers, Bal Sloop Swtyo Se4alork~~ot
hnaoth teatel-goers desire tosifesat-rtl thaf Flri tof it
haeteopera house managers employ Suhr nts ISaio.hangers: any kind of spring; well braced dies: See 1 n w( fN3
agoood orchestra. Memrphis, lf-b. 21.-Thei lost sessior full 10-inch fifth wheels. Tirhe soi a~ en ssSe ttedt
the [".uafcn rsc etfct ntefal
The guava trees near Bradentlown ~f' th Sfuh(71 11e Of till' Natl~n R. F'. 1ill.
promise a good crop and the jelly sup- tlr.i.t'aswnto seeoeccording t atxde ilIsetec'
I wllno beshrtto the rending and digetipsion of tech. the 1th dai fMrh .D 95
The Paully Company of St. Louis has the 11pll),of February, A. Dt.the 1I906.
ft- fio pltalii anti a resolution was .H It >
',7the contract for putting a new roof on pa~ssedV allOwing dcetiKir not membpro ________________C__the Levy county jail, r ~ tiov;'oelit in to attnd the meet
brace up or meet the fate of the Pen- tilt,.lit 'lt tori of thet delegates toniph 4W. 1L~~s, wSOLRDA
unaola soldle rs-d isband. Noticer
Thre Peopl NHuic in heeb Wricen thrt J. J.i At the district meeting of the K. or dh~ epeHl na rc.** ** uate ofTxCrifcth.
Al'ioa. Pit., Fell. 24.-Eariy ltyday filed stid etll eieI yofc.ui
P~. lodge, held at Bartow thle 21st, six thi 'lf1ar siea womthoun ovel made alctto o txdedt ssei
cniaeweeinitiated. cordanceth a.Si:ettet nL
The ladies of the Methodint Episco- (d irw ll tiis vity an.! Tyrone, bj Alachuacony lrdtwt
pal Church at Biartow gave a "mystery ur ini itO 3 llMgfl SWiteltyrd Cft D SW4i ofS e.i.'l.l .2 .&
U- ~~~~~~~~The said adbigasse i ied
to. fcus ahwas sevd il.The Injured: MIrs. 11. A.. Pen Iitile Issuacef uhericteI O
of Henn]n .adI.Cmay
A4 new f~re alarm bell weighing 31.300 r1c. o enn hi. trigldrir Baur. Unless OTi cetilet shallA OT r&un
*pounds has been purchased at \\,8st ri n Fivla onrvv thf I-a6thtbr aco dayo arh .13
Palm Beach. It is a double ringer. howot on th pa-saie trin wl:ue with a f 'biarv .13
The phodphato ine at Alibiontha lin -m; ii iro itil' IKit t gii.'Wlere ant', UIAB S 50MR I. HI. 5[110 lal
shut down and tire store of %V. E. Veal hill-I.D I~)TUS
closed, making business a little dull. a------ NIII)L IU
Burglars at St. Augustine wait Floricda Hotel Destroyed by Fire., adOfc tGievle
around until thecy hear the right po- 1 1' ~ti. Flit Fi-l.. -.'-1-111 he ort Janury, 9(
lice morre and theii they know it is timne Ali liot-. it lart-t' :::-ntretri otel. was tned sette u Ie oieo r i'.
to maktiril ro nspoto i ~~tI [
to work. 00ilk (it'. r I ll tire' :1 1 O'c-loci, hk'0







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THE GAINESVILLE 8-0: ]BRUAIftY 27t 1900 7"

e
TY THREE BODIES THE NEWS FROM MICANOPY,
i 1r7;E1
Interestillz Letter Froi ) That InterestRECOVERrD so Town
; Y, i"Oli- -1 1' 1',.r!y
r,lv (''irtcr a rt, j, 1, 1 I V !j ill
Vo r k 0 f G e it t Ptirly art
I S r 11) JZ !a ra 1) 11 IV
Of M1,11il" Co::*:,. I I e ry

GOV. ORDERS A',. !i!: r lo p
T C ',j
t
On Acco-int of I[
j A1vny-qerveUneeda Biscuit. Put
-Ing So Rapidly E'.
thetu in tilie Intich box; litit a package Is Very D;sag-ct ji,, bet'll ,
& irt your i%'cl; gi\-c the
$10,G00 Raised Feast. ,rip w1ken \ oti ti.
d ing )o!ovday! ebildren itill the,\, watit of thent. Make
Birmingham, L r;i:i:iv to ki ir sandwiches of t hetti: cat t lictili %% ith any
o'clcick this iou:,n.. relish, any beverage. A sutisi) iug
tims of Montlay food for everybody.
taken from .ht. r!.(, 1, !.ollij.
are In tight av l L
the atLel,11(lor,

Aftcr thrsc 1 1, r Co
mov.d. PCV %*k, f:ir!jwr-4 tj
'work of It
of the nliat, \Ii: tJ ne e d a
been found nii
bodies of th- !ii :I r
inine initial tl,,
It Is figllr(- l
W l1rict, li;ll, rctlinitii f r, tit
die or ii(!xi v- 0
Completv'],
ies will I)a'o. "i
until then. limit E3 is c u lt
t 1: 1- wst (,I):,-r siiter.)l ro.J.
P reside lit F :,,:,i! I'!
Workt.TS. 11,17 '. 1, :ii I are sold oulio, in airtight package that
assist ill \ i I \1, Will Dopr"t. (if preftrttr theit (:V11cale flm-or und crisppervade I lit t I,, i. %%vrt, s1li'llping ill town nft4,protect 11tem Irons moistlirr, dust
the dccoiiip)sin,_ llijr-13.)t
tants havt to INIr, ;ud Sil%, r of the Iforiye, anill odoN, atit) bring thritt to your
ablia the ri.:,viii Dr-klratw Colill'ally have returnil to table as fresh tas WhIC11 I)ACki.
%,- Il'opy, and it i helped ti'lat tilt
Thil., funi r,!" ly
took piac(, io(jii,\ "art, k-l V%1.11 Illea-it'd that Lhey will de- I
by niiriini cidt- 1 1 kwtitu lwre.
resIded. T:1 friends of Nliss lit-lip Chitty are
Acting ('wv, gl:id tl -wt, her able to be oUt again. NATIONAL BISCUIT COM PANY
orderc(i it lit Hit will soon ring oLitC.111IFe Of thr ji
A rt-h, f tiri-I I:ngVr.4. pittitor of the!
bns I)k,(Il ('Llirk1i
I
of the in?.si-111111 Ifol/.houiter with a

ACCEPTS NEW A ,"EFNIENT. A NEW FIRM
I hill A Lo-o-s-h-irg is lif-re tak.
.,;v %Ir i'fli.". ftir it f--%N d u)!'.
San Dowinqo Will 1-y T!-eat) ."I r Cr til.: nmy 1-ave it giod retit. Hill & Higdon Will Go Extelitiliv*ly Into
With unitef, Stntc,-. Life Insurance Susitiestio.
New Y.", 1, Gi ive Trouble Forese There is to lit- a new firin lit ihiolielity, Fay-Sholes
Ing in, ni,, 1, vrv,! 11-It httli. foreoight, to tell orgitilliz--d ff)r the purpopie of wrillii g
thm h f I I'liv 1:1r a rt, ill li'l t:t 1100, Milli tilt, %I tit
rtvt- I routine i% ithoad, rar)(*e 0 winpitiq of Nvw N Irk will litTypewriter
a C. wi', i ip. Cx proper tnediNne represt-lited.
k f r jr a- lilro. John A. W It. I I igdoti. %q lit) for t hit 1.:iat Ii vol,
did. Site says yeltritt, haa I 1-vil ill tho illopst.-II.-ti'll Olle" tIA N01%
tho liver atid of fill* A1141111" Copst 1.111, lit.rii, tin Tilt: ilt:4,111

27 %%11-4 w4-akened, and tit Ill I l4re: I yCkUkt.
I i i, Vw 1 %%;1,4 very toad f(ir a N1111rell 1. niod hhoo Stat(.Jl. I' I I t, l, it iii Elevtriv Rittero I of I at S T al it I I a t IIII.
r0lall I, %\ ',q, I ;o rded, for they W 1. Hill, reefgrilyed It%
Doininic:,ii till 111,1.1 ..Ift-d tilt- Host !tl,#- livioot stirepoolobil u riterili of hinurU01VIR
facial, v -iiuii Sold im 'nti%!e its the State. 11 r I I i I I A no for
Ili, drug&J01% fit Alll- a
port, lyuftroil voritivelled with [lit- No-w York
char-o, t 1.1te 11191irrollee Cultilphily.duritIQ villicis lit,
Ll T I ILIC"L PRICES GOOD. 61110. lit- hVIIIIII 11111111de a rvinarkable
-,I W irt-r4 .4 iliv 1% jr!d
A! Ill, 1..ging Fine Price, S ;it )lr H igdon ilL we-11 4!i.iwii throtitzlw is( -IV lit
lh(- Atli( i;-: IlLe Stair. having futodr(I Ili F1 r-,Ijt (,.r








J. CAsi, of Alachua, for ,.eerl J. L. Medlin, member of the firm of 1 la a popular salesman in the store J. L. Med li & Co., naval stores oper- 3O P I
API : of L. N. Peae ., was in the city Thurs- ators, Meredith, was in this city yes- YOUR
ds on business. Sim, as he is popu- terday. 1I 10
I1?JI I II, t )larly known among hIs friends, has de- Call on (;. S. Merchant & Co and DAI,, U E
G o o d 14, e ah cided to go Into business on his own get prices on staple and fancy groceries
ford. heo n wisopes hi suess t mi-as low as the lowest, both, wholesale I -rth
ford. The Sun wishes him success, a sld retail.
h 0. P. Morgan of Spartanburg. S. C., Our labor contract #aves possible lose THE UEQUALEO BEUTIIER.
o -- e "who came here several weeks ago with from advances made to employee.
a lot of moles, has closed out the re- Price: 50 or less by mail. 3/1, cents
mainder of his stock to "Mesrs. Hunter each; $3 per hundred ; cash with Or& Edwards of this city. Mr. Morgan der. Tiff. Su.x, Gainesville, Fli. daw
he returned to his home Wednesday, but H. Poleman and W. I. Jackson, two I.t,
may be back here in a few weeks m of Archer's progressive citizens, wereI1+ a ieh il d r e niher people on of the monedqtotservaeed~with ohaineyville andhe c min g
C l eao 1is e p p leii am ong the arrivals in this city yester- '.,,P
Sespecia are o amties After temporary suspension othe day. These gentlemen have been sumWald pulic chol, ccasone bymoned to serve on the jury the coming
an the housekeeper must look carefully palo public seoo, occasioned by week.
prevailing illness among many pupils, After apleasant visit to her nephew,
to their food work at that institution nsba pv
S resumed with renewed earnestness. V. S. Mc)owell, in this city, Mrs.
rrod e a nly' wohfciyathuisaedtr-i adn .C.Ti aymd
-good cake can made with oh faulty and pupils are deter- M. M. Youg has returned to her l.ome
mined to make up for the time lost, in Camden, S. C. This lady made
eggs, so a a c e tat s and the close of the term will find the many friends while here who regretted .....
Waldo school equal in point of effi- her departure, but trust she will favor
ful as well as dainty must be raised with ciency to any in the county. them with another visit at no distantILA i
)D. E Shaffer and family of Terreand money refdynle' if tfalstoremove tl Spure d pef t baking powdert George Taylor of Palmer, the clever worsteaseof Freckles e Paloe. aecv
ltwo weeks 'go, have moved into the superintendent of the Gainesville ness. Liver SpOts. ltIzbea~s. or soy ski
--- eruption, in 201)ay Leavesl the akin clca.'
R oyal B king P o w der is ind ispensable Lloed house, South University street, TaylO r greetingtates.hattherec ntcold hade t
where they are now pleasantly sted. friends in this city yesterday. Mr. youth Thoasands testify to the merits .~~Tyo stte tha ther recey cold hadlasnl l td
in the preparation of the highest quality They expect to make their home here, lor noetes on th bloom and h tnols. Prre 0 by
;; ~~ ~ K J. F. Shaffer and family of the same little or no effect on the bloorn, and g~so al ~eaeodb

of food. It imparts that pec r light- Ja hve adfil o these the prospects are fora prolific crop the NATIONL TOILET tO, Pa|i ,
S. m at U rcoplace have also decided to reside here, comingnseason. o., J. BodiforW
and are located on North Pleasant o ing season. o .m
n ss e nesajid strteedt.thFor Standing Purposes-Famous Johnson and all leadin druggists.
nass, sweetness avor noic in street. Jack "Elite," thoroughly pedigreed,
Col. J. M. Tolbert of the West End recently brought from fine stock. Will
finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., was a caller at The Sun office on stand at Kanapaha at any time from Warranty Deeds for sle at his ofu Thursday morning, while in the city this date on. Service, $10, half down, flde; eo per dozen, $2.50 per hudoa what S more imporot rede the aamn the y balance when colt is foaled. Address dred. Cash mt accompany order.
; and wha is more u~p rtant, renders te as a member of the grand jury during Venable & Jones, Kanapaha, Fla. w8t,
foode hJne, lnpaaFl.d~ Prof. N. W. Hall, Iprbnoipal of th,
food 'wholesome.and agreeale the present terin of court. Col. Tol- Miss Wjnnie Young, who has been Orange Heights school. was Ia the city
foo wholesome and agree e to young bert was a member of the Constitution- for the past few months in South Cares
forsera the pastes few~e mothithouhCao
and~ old. hua.al Convention in 1885, is one if Ala- lina for the benefit of her health, re- the school board. He reports
carold cbua's sturdy representative citizens, turned to her home in this city yester- school fn lionrishingcondition.
HOYAL 8AKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. and a gentleman with whom it is a day. The numerous. friends of this
4 with____________________________ _pleasur th o enel bn ofesant young lady will regret to learn that
with the general topics of the day.of Ru,... ....... .. .. .... -her condition is not improved and she
-~~ wW OF CITY AND, the inercbant of Agent Welch, who has been in the is now confined to her bed. heloe er ang tose wo
N-C Y Arrdondo, made it brief visit to his city for the past few months in the W.A. Malphurd of LaCrosse was in
family in this city yesterday. Ie re- capacity of agent of the Southern Ex.
CCO Nports trade good in the Arredondo press Company, has resigned his posi- the city yesterday. Mr. Malphurs has
C COctioE. tion, which will go into effect March 1. returned from South Florida. where he now residing in Levy county, where h,
-+bt It is understood that Mr. Welch has has been engaged for the past two years has taken up a homestead, was in ti-,t.re of General IntIrest ,ath. Don't forget that i; S. Merchant & associated himself with George R. Me- in raising vegetables, but lie says he city yesterday on business connect'
-+' sttos of General Interest Gathi. Co. have on# of the, largest stocks of Kean of Ocala and will go into the prefers the lint crop. hence will resume groceries, feed and seeds in the city- lumber business in South Florida. He the int con newile t hitc 0red by Or Reporters. and can and will sell as close as the has made a competent and obliging the growing of cotton, notwithetand- Miss Cylla Kennedy, for the pat
closest, agent and will be released by his ema. ing the low price. lie has great con- term the eflcient principal of the Cai.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS R. hn of High Springs, one ployers reluctantly. Mr. Welch'ssuc- fidence in the cutaway harrow and cot- trail school, has arrived in the city an
N Athe competent eoyf f S th e has not been announced. ton stalk eater and states that every
Wat. Has Happonedand What is Going C. L. at that place, made The Sun a cfrom Saturduys Daily Sun. two-horse farm is away behind the mother. Miss Kennedy closed t,
W Happen d ht ncll Thursday sld had his name added 1 3, Knight of LaCrosse was trading times without these modern machines. school Friday, after a most succesft
to In Paragraphs to the list of paid in advance sub- In tike city yesterday. From Sunday's Daily Sun: term.
So That "He Who Runs May Read" scribers. 200 bushels Florida seed peanuts for Captain J. \V. Carter of Mieanopy
It In The Sun. Silcox t, Moore have opened a% black- sale at G. 8. Merchant & Co's. apain to ti cter iayR
was a visitor to this city Friday. by given that the registration books of
From l'dav's Daily Sun. 0inith and wheelwright shop at (rove W. A. Bryaht, a venerable citizen of B. Richard of Alaehua was it the y of ainesvile are n e
Park, Fla., where they will be pleased Bell, is in the city on business for a my ofc in th Uniteda wae ln ofe
260 bushels cow peas to be had at to serve the public. Repair work done day or two. city yesterday and made The Sun an lce, and all persons desiring to do ,a
(;. 8. Merchant & Co's. I oim short notice and satisfaction guar- agreeable call.
Wade Thomas of Monteocha we& anteed. w2t N. J. Williams and I. 1'. Stringer of a b h a n register on or before Marc 1ler .
trading in the city yesterday. 11. T. English, Mesdames R. NI. and Bell were visitors to the county capi- D. M. Phifer went yesterday to1 3. tw or t y Cle.
'Mrs. F. It. fleeter ef Evinston was Quinney Chamberlain, Mr. and Nlr tal yesterday. wo wh ies ity o n
shopping in the city yesterday. J. W. Chamberlain sad Walter Bryant IN'. G. Emiglish and sister. Miss Emma, toadames Taylor ard S Crown of court, 1". H. Clyatt ha returned to hi,
C. E. Mton of leticnopy was a via- of Tacoma were among the visitors to of Tacoma were among the visitors to Rocky Point favored Gainesville withStation. He is pr
-_ itir to the ('ou~ty pit yesterday. this city yesterday, having ben sum- this city yesterday. operous merchant, and agent of ti. 'trt ,i'( ht~y t, .a shopping visityesterday. r;aineeville and G;ulf Railroad ar.,
:"e y lrI ..i.Kerad~ monas witnesses before tht' grand J. A. Manltshiy. the ibrick manJUfac- I I' (ins, a progressive farmer Soten'x~es opn tta
j't )pt hrf I I nlr u) jry. trer of ('ampville. wvas transac~ting SouthernenofCtemAlaanua atithawa
'" \\aido is in the city attentling court. 'r \ um n a rg t i~r yo n u i~~ ini th city yesterday, ard coient.he Ala h aseton a CW Vlno di a mn .trading in the city yesterday. Pit
thebui C.W. '~ te is to his it w y a n plantr of Fannin is in t he' city. li I Cepu ty S,. ri IT F. S ('orl of A nnr.r s 1 .~ d n w i Mde ss r an dihfrnt. !on fs, hirru
"tht l~llic| vist,,s t ths cty es-reportisthe fa rme' r, hal py antI pros. one of Sheri f F'e neil I' tnost ,,tfleient terday, p~r s a rule iii is section. Thie assistants. 'as in tlhe city attend mg ani Mliss Hallie lynch (Jr Meredith trip) to 1Prairie C:reek riday, arid tl.
'Iti. A. \Villir,,i4 ai. A. l:. Kit,, of lands art, being~ prepared, andt the in- (omrt ytiet'rray, faoe ;airrevi He with a visit yjester- day's catch with a hook and line a
Waldo w,.re' attend ing court in tire, city ,dicattis are that there wil be a large I wdunrday~io
Z4+ If~~~~~~~. rl.l ';ra:ly *m'; A. .;ummirs. rg edt o h n ed p u sof .
yetra.a r'g fd: nildtsi h S. ],. Crews of arta Fe. I'. J. I.uve varieties, from fine trout down to mi!
;-'' F. I. i'stcraon, a p~re're' uive' iti ten \Vest End the' coming sva~omi, men, we'r,, a mngs thp iorse tothe and| son. lHom e.r of Trenton were fish. The party brought the catch t, M anta Fe, was traira,'tinrg h'ut,,ire55 Mr. and Mrs. A. a ou f Mica- countyeapt ci yesterday. among those who visited 't ainiesrille this city and presented it to the Od,'
; in this city yst,,rday. niopy and Messr,. 1K. ('. . S. '., tl. P. See eo, se,Md b,,a,,s, seed oat,.ysed y"F lo 'Ho ,wh r tef m rtr.
I.~, N. Martin amed W.,('. Ctohsomm of anti 1. 1, 1,arb of I ake City were seed frish iptatoecs. eed p's. se'ed' Mrs. U. C.1 liaead of .Melrose has are guests. The fish are biting nit h
;'i Fanulha were mIariomig the arrivals ite amnolig the airrivalls iii this city" yester- chufas, amol ,,,e~d velvet tieaun t') b,, returned ito her home after a pleasant in this section now. G:(ainesville yesterday. day, heaving been summoned (,ii beisi- found. att . Merchant t'u*ii o '.ad Ii.J IA.Ie~~r
: Mrs A C. I~eekhsrra, are e,t itral,, mn e-onnected m ith thle court Mr. .\ party' ,f ladies amid gernth timcn mm this city. CO PIET DI EL
lady of \VoidsL, faro red t;aineov 1ne arid NIra. A. Ii. I .ambi were, aee'om ja- from the(ltt, F-Ilo-w,' hi|orne We t ,,iet .r'. .\ J. anid (" () Strickland of State Superintendent Holloway We!I
-% with a viit yesterday I iid iby th~eirw, et little' hiley. toU the Alla,'h a ."eek yj'tterday atid r,.- ilagi,, and \\.. Astriekland of l'ara. Pleased With His System.
Mi usc it,,lartt ',, turned with., nice ateh tf ti~im.h dis. were among the visitors to thj ion .M olwa.saeSpr
la y o.Ii aa o i m i e ni. .M ei,, I' a Q A f ~ T J II. E. Prir ,., arid fa iny whe. ha v.e ecty yesterday).
... Itauknighit in thist city L' t1 1 ~~Jresided or t L city for some, tirn'.. har, ('titnity Srtve'or James .'rxttum f itet f Shoo ptw has17 bn
-h(T3.Y i.an ciI ihh, A is., I, e. 2-i I, t r rerucored to, *'ntral. wh;.ru. th,. f,,rrier Mwnp a Im~ t ho ~ th ar, isity o thpst fea yso o nfica u
-_+.Deputy h,.rif J. nessretuned t ,alahasse -a
------a-etl ht it y'tvtI~or r. 1K. W% IlslI St. I.oui.. Mo) -I 'ear lea.i,,cur,., a lutcrativ,' po.sitmrr t ith otycatlunofci bi vttoisamyadonoiilbubuis rme t wt h 'ait- Sr: }liv m g tried d ifferemit eloetora .armies l;'Lsk, depalrt,,d yet'trlay for toss y,'ste~rday. ltf olwy h a ouu
"': i Full line' of (Cr< man |irog., I~ochies- arid tliter r,'rctls for Is'trial yea lrs C ross Crs,.l ,vhier,, he ha. gone, to, h~ok \Wated -ne. ,. lhr or 12 horse!-;eowr rated into hill responsible ofice it
tr, N Y..gltrdn sa floer ohr tea ,k suet kidiac) troubles, I found after ha$ 2r .' interests, lie the .uprig~ht hiebIt, r iii cotilition that can be January. began active work at once 'te, N.d by gadnd, Iar., tflie eed. ieithimi= seee~srIflu Ii11 ta|.ing The owmer ,if a : 'e groe,, whiwh he pq. 'i,- repaired .\pplj "!,' car. ;ain,,..-'I'eitc,,, W. d a w tt ile xa s \V e,im h ,'r ila ll'. i~ rt, t )|l,. Ie' ' late-s w' ill : .v h int .an i .e s',i,.: '. time. d, c', M cii, u. t.a n h i v i te d i s p c d m n "
__ II. slalt tx ot 'liiogS.t. ce ,' t ii o le a. iti be t K rapil I ciired. the ,elt say~n nv& t nin,' n : : in,, y','ar, I'Pr ,f. .1 ii l ,n l'rineijal of M',ar. c o throughout the State.
_ac' c'tlo.,I|h)-e,,,of th,. I lfllii I'|tishtrte +' eti ma ir, md ,!i,.i, is "Uetult~ bl~ '!,. hias',', l~ t, at,,: 1. t' ,~i~ "]~ an pleased to see ev(erythmr
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~e~torof I~~'~ lels 'e.'ietr rhic h'~ hfl~'.t!rsn id.l"'tr~r-'Ke!t h.*sry iel hardfiside eds afi, edca,"'
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,. ,\tiineg iti'* Ht '-~ gI eo l, \.- t e m all bottle oftie, I,,sas WVn' X~r I 'a'. f, :,.., Mr a'~ .Ni B. [t t, :,t d sll be held en the audatoriu n f L
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--em, wek ,n lam',:- s. e-ma bre t '1 >-L'. l, t Ilr 'arre.y tr,,her. J I .Msrnt& wall prove a trat benefit to the whi'.
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