The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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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 )

Notes

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00862

Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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(titll* the lasb 'fewt to ays, buts
sp aredtro bei e ;oerbig,
Deceased was born in 'lassachileetts
1a04ulyl,18. ewasby professionn an
ginlreti' beig one of the first. engi.
i t 'fthe. New*aven and HJrtford
airoad id- Later ln I80, he changed to
onary engine work until ealth
iRled birn t&o leave bthe-North and
tdalo his hos e in t Melrose.-. Since
$89 Mr. OaidwellP' life has been gspnt
ai his prettyhomie here, land his great.

iog grove. ie leaves a widow 4and
W, X W l 0atwll0, of Spring.
R Mass., who Is president and
At Oho Aaetlosn Wrlitng P'a.
it 14olyoke, M's.
idea*h of Mr. 044wo1l, Mel'

iipi iof thentie town is

-fili nwel'
Sp 5cff bottl e of erbine, and
na148 'he imiprt~ovesitt sneeduly tf


0 r 000 M.41 .4,Ito w
S not .n ecol iwliend i:, t to
t wllr dto ll you olai. for. it,"
: .lohvl a .Bros,
I LD PI4.WS' BANQUET,
I4an obAsokh me sntortalns Cen
tt w ,,od l, ii: O uel u tih Manner,



.^'I I 1in 6bekh odeann th



Together with the members of the"
i I degree, -Vartolpated' ins a
S ti for tlit kings The lado es ha,
(^ ~Hil~an to thlri: noble: or.trd r.





Iod rstia glloo0 othh e4o atl ,
:We in t pti.ngly served,: an t:
t sto a dd4, were relished with,
0t p ort .tha tIhe io Febr lopi
tnesa together, bitm when



tal write 4;0 "Of a morna
firt hiisngl I of t:s 'iflid',
s ot oliathe*tlo of, L pbiegLsa
PlOs o h ain4 n vevf
iit wold ohitA44 14 eau
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THEI ARNIVAL'8 QUARTERS,
Arrangements Made to concentrate
Shows at Est Main and Union.
Advance Agent Mul.le'of the Rlid.

vile from January 5 to9, has made ar-.
ran ge ientspi for concentating his
shows upon the vacant lot t the ior.
nre of lVatIt Main iaanl tI Union
sheets Iafrom w.hI the tul4ding were
Seent Ib'rnedat. i la anheis a xeol*:
l int loca ,ton, and, since the shAows
will be oe ePtrated, the, matter of
seen J all ther ito to the ttra'tion
will b o les o t resolme.
1M4f M9 leon stated yesterd ay that he
had B estranged ith Manage :Doig of
he 4ilneville Gas d a; Elcotrie Light
mpany ^to sUpply the show with,
eletrlo lights, which is an assurance
ithat te grounds will be briliastly l.
lminatd. iThe ferrls he, '. one "of

will talso be illunii'ated.i
town, on the Manatee river, for the
p~s fi:ve days, at whidh place the at.
t. .ons ha.ve been greatly enjoyed ,
:aing gives perfePt satisfaction, The
sfer,'twtoUpaperesspeak In the high-
eaisblerrs of both .the caroirval and itsi
altiegenient. Thef attraction will o
doubt bringl inlys people e from Th
country' and neighbortng 'towns, atid
It we are to judge from press report's
thoe wiho do ome will have no regrets
to take. o
brat se 1What's in a Name'et 'a
Everything is it the name when iitomne
to Wits h asek) alve 13E. 0.'O DeWitt
A Co. how Chicago' tlsooveredu some
SWitch biassil that is.a p r Piles

.rudug' P'iES, etniena, cuts buri.,'


4briss an ll skl disease 'WIt'
Salve hap no equal. Tlias has given
rise to numerous WorthlosB counter.
feits. Ask for DeWitt's-the genuine.
Sold by alldrugglgt. ,


ecrnAsttlnte' ioam.eiatken ias elonieeti4i tSe
growing e r' suing
.Oh ois, t ena' iVn.e prhaiet, 1its


aeas Petry mithii


ight
a, of

so
Cbirt^
Mild
hut
treb
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bblu 5 ap a;0, SnQ d Vryou was a0
dial gri~ ee
Laterin th evening after rsh.'
ment haId been gerveda he related the
most hairqjallng ghost story of the
evening in r most thrilling manner.,
At :12 o'lock the lights were turned
on and all unmased.,
Mrs. Pitt tidded greatly to the enA
Joymena of the eveolng by fmdralihing
an abundance of goodmsc. il,
All departed for their homes after
waiting' each otherr a "Happy New
Year," and feeling 'thoroughly happy
themselves.
S DR. STROUSE HONORED.
Willonduct Great Unlon Meetlng for
Time at St. Louis Fair.,
Dr. Olarence B. Strouse, the famous
evangelist who mnake his winte hoiie
Pi rainesi:lle, ihas;bn honored by a
request to conduct for a period of cas
month the great .n n meeting,
which it proposed .to hold' at '.,
Lou during .the World's i)'air. Tis
is Indeed a coniplimenst to this 4lstiai'
of nta. reputationwilj be iu' lude
as o dIn-ator i a thitmeeting."
Io IStroise teitad triday that e hba
.0t yet taoptedi the nvitatlon, b t
it: .hbe Inteded t o ',do 0.. within
shortly te,
r, 'Strouse hassi alsbeen' requested
to come it onssc to Jacksonvllle to eot-
d jOtseries f meeting in MsoTylere
?Mle0 i+al rch#h, but. will be.. comn
pulled to ;dolBe at'present, owing* to
the appr~0oh of the Bible OCnferenee
and OCbuaduqa, in whih :It lis well
known he hasa beets a potent factor.
k' 'Olightful Prty.;
SThe home f Mt6. and Mre, E. 'T.
Schafer. North OAnaeaville, was, the
ioene, of, unusual galety Thursday
evnlng, t he ooc aeon being a New
'ear party, tendered: by. the oleer
host and hostess to their numerous
friends both in 'this olty'and North
Gaineaville. There was a large crowd
present, mary attending from the city.
The evienlng was pasrod in a .manner
appropriate to the occasion, thoeguests
partlofpating in various gan There
was also ome delightful musal, which
was highly enJoyed, uring the even.
I denioious and ot.: mptlng'4 refreoh.
mnts W re er .vld, and altogether Mr.
.antd Ms. ohaf1 r retained theie repay.
nation as olever entertainlers.
.. NO f. T FA PoUND OP GL.


:MlOdia o Mt*dis, Jan. i.-* tra No
bth beeng tond it I. .thm ovene, ;
the milatsin a ere to aa etate of

e 4 epp~ fr., Meriditan a
weelt ago ad hse re*ii ss bth beea
.n55 Ins Blemrthes now ter tAM 5he
has b I604.ioweit44 0S0tSag held
It. has be leaa4.t bb Mrs. fbMi
OVOs, a s 9 t 1 Uthel iSav*


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Ppareby?. DW" UA NIOA
Sold by lo Drugsts. In j

MUVRTEN JAtLED AT, DECTUR.
Negro s CharedWith Atempted A
1saalt on White o W *I
Decatur, Goit, Jan. i.-t' Mrwten, :
t anegro, was tried 'before Justle ed.'o e&
Hwuater upon a erloaus crlrge,: t. th /
Lhanvin. atemted to commnlt.an assault
last Batturday upon thqe 1y:serW Or.:m:
daughter o- oine of D'etuW' o 't at. th
prominent faies. W gele
The erFro, :who i well kowa ubout thi
Deat~ r, af man sone :th1,ty years ot d
w14 0.lvng up MU *h pieiou gh this
etret, :and, seeing the g si was wal %
ing, invited er t o ri with h ,
ing, te. girl got out of tfhebutggy, ani CHAB.
Monday herfather cause4to be laisued al
awar'ran4tt or Ui`le arrest;,.. WI
No violeno was at.tpt.d nor. talk. Co
4eW of, preferring ra:.th sthat the law i:
take. its eoure it. i'. positive p'o.: : .



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tTon.



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lo e ,; !a i 'l ;-b el:: o otaily 8 L
Rome, JanE. 1.-'-hI' tunerIt oi n
fonaer Premier Zeararell at tBrscisa
yeaterayp was one-.of tht'e n jst, im'pos
Over'. I(), OOQ yewas; foil r
remain, to ,h cmoteNry. All H. H, AMcREARY, Editor Galiet f
biops Were, closed, and evervrvw Daily Sun,
thero w Was ei1d0,entis of n"0lo ). E. TJJOIPSONt General Manager
nournlg. St. Augustine Daily Record,.
The- out a T.rt r Wi, J~ BRlYAN, U Ob'ty Solioit6otr-
val B,,, ...u.nt
~t iMoaor I eu uel, 'wh'o w, it. A, VA S..
0a0ghlent rath. Sim nor Ole ti
the pr.eer, Admiral Mibe,he Try a bottle, and if not
inlfrttr f matline, anda ot6er hi pleased write the 0o0i-t
lgstlB I took t in t&' proe O allc0n f
dlbltyaroes,. tok oru.p e 1t pc iany or any one ofi 6 0
roion itar bon y aibsave gentlemen oa
ulltul ~ al~avegentlemeb ::


LICH, ge
WORKING OFF A GROUCH.
ftb ,0oeratirte of a carSo.U Phar u 'l
of Iuman Nature. sq]
John was grouchy and cross and
found fault with 6i1 dinner. UHa wife
,urveyed him calmly.. Wotme
"I know there i' some .reason for
ybt-yoe-what shall I call It?, Well, Are
for yol unhappy frame of; tmnd," ahe K
said, "Trobably thlhgs have gone
ronii at the otflte, but why should
you come bm:e to work of your anger Kidney
nsimef P not tO blame e slight-. ourag a
lstr f :'s a inloMi iat tiof hulan nature 1 1
-hat w'e.; 9oeT htas been dipped hbe at
onmce wata to turn ard~abid nd whip
osonebody else," tw.nir waS lf 1 .'
isupoas thattraitiW i t out of
youF atti .remarked John sareas-

higs 'o w irg t ..l kitchen I
5tertaclaend ; to sood thl f
'(It lreprmand me 1 oj
person I t' If 6th rtb i b
calling and retu'r6 uae bSi eiit :'SW
I feel v ty sh me late to ian, Is
for cemsng one eed Jt* o 7 SS6
cd tbis an. rlyl p,9watc
o atkb# f hfthe
wasi to she pdt 't h o
thy lwfe,. "Whe nash
ou "spansk 11 ",* a
amid makes fa I hsve gua o sb
bL jpmivroflxte e 1


ato 'Aadt lm yo T1
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t your money baodk
ade only by Tropilo
manufacturing 0o. an
ld by all Druggists.,

n as Well as
Made Miserable l
:idney Trouble.

trouble preys, upon th6
nd lessens ambition; -, o
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U 004 1*1 'f o *0e 7 oAs#bllal n y w I



p | m:mr igln;icr0 rg' 0 O ,, I
h in e n ting t .o r hgy Wtot.lleee e u e to I

60e c~ fqinc8'ina program fulrofaini a a e1 o o, -91
to and o frthas anttot e antbo rne. oooea .
Ing list of flne e ta 'Wellkown 11


hhiii a retn t n-d women,



;frlst ofton the Gtalloon vlle OGanU Iorof rnold a the ste effectrl r os.e


h will aito ~ee nt lh of the e,
lfy^'nhee bow toli isa



te r4 d ,1 ttf h a n e e1 t o 1m t d oe Wfo rke r m
1b n nwill 10akvAera ladLItV *ndeni
oven e t "o er speker e Invred and a


c 0 rvt l t lo n ti o S Q 0D1a b 'on fo r g e tI th e d M o tS1I dos te re
nltpasilo Of -t o r kebr i ,9I
po w at )yt te a o n



t lirnh Zes' mt ev. Tl 1 say, Vastor 1Pres.
i o f04t, 1.0



6rr tom Of the World Tb t4rawoitlo 61t Prheslding Elder.f
41t06rti e e illjoa entertain od "freol


PoplOrolnf ti e e.l1n othebt h.s a t a very low rate; All who
,;i wt vl b 'l her wi "attieyd l hoti4d' wrlte the sea-;
Dr David Vaughn Owilym, th e ttry Bl ob re .e nat o e. -
4r q it Epo.-oppal niuretor o8 ew York ....
wl e his reittarable course of ut Otn Minute.
al ivaeeon the tiniterior of the KIg, Oneo MIniute CoUgli Cure glves relle in
S li ou "A n d, Amo a ni 'osea.5' one mnute,.boeauso it kills thie mi-
v ever heard more wofiderfll roibi whloh tlklesi the mucous uiem-
p tl els sptrlituai. lecture.s thian britne using the .eouihu. and at the
e h i thfl i b n gr. w ,lyn m '' a in e timeeloars the phlegm, ,draws
rIO v. Let Iroghton of. Atlata, ott the .lrtnlamnttlon land lheials. aid
( 'arl9 the lo aue iestful llaptlut pa t, ,ootlhe thl e affteottd parts. One Miut-
I to 'I l Bble teilher in i the 8outh, wards tmO l pra t.ltnoilanandA a harmle8 s
r ghti asben prominentt as d a neverfailling courd in all. ourablio
i'' 4 $ 'st, thNorthlleld oonlerenoes eases. of COouglm, Colds a ,d Oroip.
*A t t4i!Wii, EnIii, He prhothes to One Minnte Oiugh Oure i pleasant to
S t4 largest oa grilegations olith of atk ruili nd Iood alike for
M ington. ,It isa trait to hear tlhle o uig and t i oh. Sold by all drugtlgts.
gat genius. lHl wHln speak on r iuy THE RwAYS' DEPARTURE,.
sulbeOts Inoluding "'the t Mhistry of -
th.e oly SpHIrlt," "O'Christ, RoetUli,". Large Orowd at Station to Bid Minister
'iow to Win lS mis," "Stucooe to lthe and His Famitly Goodbye.
Watorflte," e ,One of tin most important, as well
l "ev. E. I,; D. Pepper. of Phlhtdelphia, as one of the isaddest featltures of the
tle Apostle of love, whot great 'l.Bible flew Year in i, alineavlhle, was the do,
e oihgti have tblie d' thousands ii. a partiure of 1ev. Johlii Gray antdi fIamily
pl-oif d lthooloIanl has no equal of f ur ilf Port, Miss ,, which place tthey
1 ehoi we now. ep'e t ,o make theIr futll re h ne,
'rof. J 1 Brow of Virginia There were preseiat he station a
mst (it ld lb t isteloher. 11 will gr t imnty friend of l thihe .ls venerabl
i o nthe0'ot, "ullinh o f the Atti. o prea i'ohr antiidfamilly, mtd tha lggirega.;

ie (of lieltes' i Book id C hap. hominaltlloi, ..: ..:
1 1tto 9kvig up several boo u i his i t ee* t nth' a* ~i'. : as:
Seplelitiel. l rfgi vt ow is a f P rrab Y re r of ;oly .itn'rity Chrh.i in this
40; I la n lsooful f h ni d W4 t 6 4 111 ty i nqr Grhyliie s aeusbmIpiihtild somei.
pott sKohie a O rf mtlu \orekr0 11 'd' 1'ne l or k, antit hls d6p' rture l1 waiee
e awlslol tho' ib4l4ih 0 tegrpohtfa ndav t : te1
,ie@ forS Wees. 'i P r er SictylYefrs
I ,Iaret futt e of New ts Winalo's oothoiug Syutp hawS
f e orr of g ben by chil t while teethiang.

Aldesrual~,I krmwis trot allays aptll aeutot wind p orl, 0 0Md
''tor 0 4 blbio ationto the Sother .o lI11 1esn reu :eIsy f A arihm a
g ioite i) boosi.n w aoiimit l oai$ve ent i hostle ioi0 b6 1
eoioq ia ggitsthrotitoit t world
ai | to r g th *o ns of the Atlke n1t1l Qoast Line entei4ns
Mii


9isith. is- 4 tf e M nley teun in GAItShellr wish atruIpbous
theml r t leav kabis wors k of ,r g eer dia er Frloi 6yB ed Mtisag


is m a, willa 'r tbe ears r'e wirie te sat ronui 4 ufthe d f otiv
he su himW4 40 sa h ref* k t'' tA, h A Eak-o t iunGryA dTiilW$*
6taAk1 RMO d(naiu) alis tun 00 0e.ato i o Ad i batthe stiiai.e ni.,wt


Sti^ lantitIe. the .hog which
'Qri ideeoias' Is his.property, h"s
(rill itt'posession orIErow, a nd
lthrsday morning a writ o n$plevi.n
wa l securTd, the hog arrestedd, and.
plated n Juai'l. It has hot been deto.,r.
ied whlenthe hog" will 'be arraigoedt,
Iut the animal had theiri faculty to
iAy a thiing or two'" its testimony
;iifiht settle the whole matter,
itllI hog in going tSo proved a tightly
explosive luxury before '"titey are
thrioughi with the iase," remarked
Judl'g Masou Thursday.
The 'animal Is of the Florida razor
hbacklvariety, aind at the best would 1not
bring over $3 if placed on thio imnirkot.
It iia already cost. both 'parties in the
ese niiearly $25, and "th half has not
been told '' .
Cured After 10 Years' Suffering.
B.F. lHare, 8opt, Iiamni Cycle & Mfg.
Co., Middletowih, 0,, suffered for tell
yetraB with dyspepsiaf He Opont hi'u-
dresof dollars for medicine tnd with
doctor without receiving any permna-
ni benefit. e aa',, "0)e inightr'
whie f eeling eeptionally ,bad I was
abot to throw dowrt the evening pa-
pir ihn I sWiaw n Item in the :paper
regarding Uthe merits of Kodol Dys
ppala Ou0.T. I concluded .to try It
and whIle I had no faith in it I felt
better after the second dose. After
u(ng two bottles I am stronger and
betterthan I have been in years, and I
recommend Kodol Pyapepsi OCure to
y friends andacqtuaintanoes s uerlng
fronstohnlach trouble." Sold by all
druggists;
e udge Mason's Oourt.
There wis little doing In thie otiurt
of Ooulnty Judge Mason Thursday, the
only OiAes coiliig up for oolsideraiioin
ibeilg those of John'" Brown,, charged
with re.-marking a hog,.and Williami
Gore, charged with the lareeuy of
cutlery. Iu theflrsa instance tho de-
fenldant, through his attorney, made a
Motion for a postponomnent of the case
ntil ,Tanuary 6, which was granted,
and tho dfifedant was placed utider
bovid for his appearance on that date.
Ilt the caio of Gore, owing to the ab-
sence of his attorney, Christophier
Matheson, the defendant waived ex-
amnination, and his bond was plamed at
$125. It i.s uot'known just when this
ONSe will be hard, as no date. has beon
airrianged.
A Vest-Pocket Doctor.
Never in tho. way, no trouble to carry,
easy to take, pleasant 'and never fail-
ing in results are DeWitt'aI Little Early
lisier. A vial of these little iills in
theo Vit lpockot 'is a certain guarantee
against heidahe l I b iliqouness, torpid
lvler, atd all: th i lle0 rnultintg front
onstiationi They tomienasid atrentgthei
the liver. $old by all, diruggtets,
l:: .. .'. ., 0 s O* t~ iA c '

Selo.o.'tu', ,r o A i0 ,' to donieltt' to

Mafey, iti-ti'ry .rfelervyaton, a .tract 'o*f
^^^alirelt,+ Tteo ,treitt les I.t the hi.a';
of oAttat P. 4nd 4id14 to 'bi worth
$I00,00. It will 'be ised siU, Itt
r a t, ,w hits school, iand also a
..graded ,ae l .x r .'.
P-rme Curs foe lick Headache,
OISimbriain's toimach' and Liver
T4it i area, a01t tAinn' uire :for itit
11ha If taken a oon a tic Sthe'flret
Hiiftevn t letit ia ar. the y
a 41np t all 4rolsts and medicine
4 rsaand givas en t r^ia,

le~~rieao* '5*(iflrll Z L tsi, 's
oss A *io ea a 'o a O 'sliwnu s, mUwsi,
pag ;:^^:e^^'-* *^ --


oorMet. *eP b"W' yeo "i 'i 4
r bd tl. l o.... .i .llto.. w L

WX or 4rrolaudnmal us bill of htdi Gu.0aranteed S years old. Iy tf
rp right it shipping point, Our gallon. $800. 4,fIll ql $0
fororu b fo r orange m asoe n t, bujyIr-poud 1TEE 1'
foit btresiedi, We jliCiW iattmro4lOiil GE). J. COLEMANi RYE
perfetl coidnc 3to gi'Vw ejltio sit (aranteed 6 years old. ByV the O'
factio: iad feel lint ur fitrpri is gallon $2.75 4 NfIl qurts $3.00.
of fittest beiElt toth6 faer PREPA
Yourtt for hoine-male m eat, A I RYEA ('
t. .O iA'Os]n) IA COX,PANYT, ,taraunted 4 years old, By the.
It..... .........o..r.- ..en...... gallon $2,50. 4 full quarts $2.7.5,
NO TIOE-TO NON-IEStI)Nl'. EXPRESS PTREPAID-
In tioe oli'ouit Court, Eihtl Jidioll Ciruilt, Ji,ITORI) R E
A laohuu (iCounty, orldi In c(hinr l e ry.
A. J,. ai(lo.sta vs. Minfrj and Dvelo- j';y tile gallon $2.25. 4 fti ll quarts.
olimaent U'om ny of New Yom, a rcorpora lX'VlESS PRPAID-!
t eion organic ed'an t od ed ti Wtng ot tnd t ar thehawt.s I A
or thile Staite of New Yorki, tld htiX n LI tI EN'UCK e ...CRN
PTonilo uttto teonpainy of 'lorld'. a' corlpora-
tl on ori(nzoufe rt it edIstittg auter the LatWS Uuarantei'd 8 years ld. By the
Ido fthe or -State0of0Newder1ey*RnfoHeRnt
of thn. o New J.l. -J. l fOl'CeAft gallon ,$300.. 4 f ll- quarts $8,.25. .

f nof.York OLDA110 M EORN IIA.
It appearing, by afdaiivit appended to the hill EXPRESS PBEI"AW,:
flied in the aboveostated cause that the MInlng
and Development Vompu)an.yf Ne York, u LD) I'OINTEI COIN CLUBr i2
crroratlon orgaiteod aud exlstlnit unter the I
Las of the State oft: New York. and Poenix (uaruoe 4 years old B te
iholibat,0 Company of .ltoritia, awcortoration gallon $2.50. 4. full quarts .2,74.
oriarilie and existing ider the laws of the, PRES iPA[
istte of New Jersey, tbe def endantit therein EAE P AU
ire non-resldents of the. State eor a teanh
orleand aa tre roesitent; of the city e allnt ea i brands
of New York, State o New York, and Rye and Bourbon Wiskis n h iies In the t,
are over'the awe p1 twenty-one. yettr; it lkt iatd will save you ftroi l 25 rpoQioifi-P
In thereof rared,tl saiad non-resildent de to o por cent dyo r rh e
lonutlisbe ~ and toiey are hereby required to to Mrg ce, w ent. 6aeyod rjihise
atear to the bill tf oomplintilied in said for price list nud catalogue". Mailed
oous o enorforeMoaday, the 4th 4y o Jan- free upon appli
,A D'190 otherwise the allegations of
B t l billwll be'talenasoonflestsa.i a de- .
nt oa .te- THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU
ifr tber orlered'ithat this order be pub.-,
she oncaweek torfourconoeative weeks IUOR COMPANY
POI i rn V L IQ I W MP
;tile atleaevitati u anewsptaper published
:in said county Iand State.
This lta of December, AD. 1003, 506.508.5104512 FOUR ti1STREE-Ti
DENT. OrNN, Clerk Circuit Court. I ACItO IEORIAN '.
Per SH. Wientes, D,0c.H. orOR +
A true c opy of origl ital.\ ... ... .. ..
Un. 0, DBNTON, Clerk Circuit Court. Order Your
L Per S.H. V ie4ges, D.. r
H O W WL'. t. om, SoCp r.Whiskies From ..
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Officeat qitlneASVltte, Fn. UC DAV
November sli. 1s08.,
Notice Is hereby givenrth that n ompliance
withtl)eiprovislonsof the Act of Congress of PAL.AJ'KA, FLA. "
June 3, 1878, entitled "An Act 'fr the Sale of
'IlnI er Lands in the Statesof California, Ore- ,.- -
goiNevuada, and Wli iinrgton-T r trri"ry, .1 friill q,.uarts iopala Q en ly. ...., '
extendedto fll the Public Land ttitesb' Act 4 fill ats Old Ur%, ... .. '
of. Au nast 1892, OCharles A. Howell, Of 4 i, rts Moog i.........
H iath liend. county of Lafayette, Suitate of fykI cuarts Pride of N. C. Corn No, .. r. 2, "
Floridai, has this day filedd In this office hisN f luarts Prd of N c. Corn No. 2c .. "mr.25
sworn statement No. i&,1for the purcbaseof fraNe. SM) H
the N'w4 or Ne4 of Section' No', In 'Torn- All goods packed il neat box, Case..
ship No. 7 South, Range No. i s 1' ,.t style, I Wnnt your holiday busihesuf
andwilt offer proof to show that the luind a l Se Wl 1iday buiiri
sought s, more valuable for Its timber or stone t t right.ld t o
his ltatiuto saild lind before theo egistr 'ii M ,,
receiver of this office t GatntnsvIlle, l ,', on Il-A. Y, Palatka, Fla.
Friday, the 5th day of February', 11.04. ..... ;
He natues am witnesses: U. C, Hathcox.J,. P'11 C; ri-i -
Bees, W HJ. Hato"h,Leunard 1,all ,.. of itatr-h E(), iS, LAC ER i
Dead. GE.a ACKER & So
Any andl all Persops claiming adversely the IN.ANUFACTU]RuRs
abovedescrihted latids are req uested to tle1
their claims In tiles office on or before the 5th ..
day of l'eobruary li. _"
i'd W.G. ILllINSON, itegister.
NOTICE F:lOR PUBICATIiON. 3i
Laud Oille at tl titiesvllle, H t -
Notltie is here.by given that tlh fol-lowng- L i9
nn.it l Wintl ed l+ Iled iioi c or o is l i o.I. -- .';
t uijtke lltuill proof Itt silport of hisl. ahlhfim, tilnd l
t iint lad proof wll be u.I0dt before Rligsrter
atl(l Receivorl t inesvllt, Va., ot u l"eblry r e S
3. I1)4, vl:
TitioIAi j..HAMM, Of Irigh Slprlivs,H, lB
Hlti 2 ,(i, Vot the Se!-4 of Ne4, & l1,iofSe+<, i
S e, 5,'Ilca,,n e.l. R 6 1 'c-t' ,
of .alg hl1(. vtpirig 'L C F. n I f
More, of r ri.,; tI.il,, 0, F .
iorIt White, t 1a..;W. Sith. S i ortoFo i it White.Iia
W( CHAI..... i )omrS llegSi.i(,ter. A (IIt LESTpON,. X ,.
I .... ...... s t
htetoltagoKth str ^ith icer ofthe les asUh,, ,U gh, Corj. dware I
Mflonarto tl Lmllbi, i CoMfnywl~ai crll be ireld Art ti>e
61tli66 of the ueolitpl ItYltllrlti at Piiirie Cr e ,l "T 4-I A N4 z
ttQT k urtlon edJa filt i i. tI lt, i ... .] 1 *i fi
lae *PrilpOt ard ute ntina t sw .to the ehtarter 'f E'. ,';i
Stld oalleninytowlt; 'A ';
(.'Y To ,a ta tti, i ht ltmlner b,, ,tr,.ng ,U tile r '1
(100rrto a a cooupatty t lit t 10117 0
p o aittl t nd cihihparter hb y r.reaht r iti. ( ...... T ..._ .. .
tiO o.( o meuitd st'htit elyrter hy:llt'i, le J A(I D IT ', '
lt Utaes otf iretiot b Troiti itx to three. l.ll j> I Ia.
,. t4 o u0 uit end lfM.,hlid rier h ir nh rint g thireh r a.
attiourtttOf l i ssi(edlnestsi t tiit>t .to' u h h- 11
intt0rRyOrteoetoer. A. i),qL

ti-:' ; ni: *'' ). .............. .. . 'rold M edal. S. .
SOLQT,,Ol:, s~ It>E iF M'RTiNt Old Ildjlak.r,. .... 1
'1n i. a -* ^t'o" Rixisr anui d l' soyal 8 \:I0, ..... :..--. ,16 '|
;*,. ** :- (.:UuMt~tluh l iw y is hte ltTFfivttSt erlc iioc o.te, Whilsk "t.e h 5i"-
'o. .,Of. i*A thtlt*tS *e Iftl r( 1 "' to "-A ,
att< (M'5 uit.t,iw tstira tet l1hel d I( the,
lt l :t ii Ji in i 1S. t..


NOte* sor


iT.TegjOf













Published T Week nday nd Tursay
SAn nto, .
. U!. 11. NOW 44 OAINESVJLLE, FLQRI)A, qONI)A, JANUAY 4, 19A4I


SOLO TIME


RBATIC SWEEP

SBobert Taylor
s a Viotory.

ON OUTLOOK.
Sthe Republican
ils Think- W.
Marl For the

-4-oaB. Rob-
governor
T a vrce preo
ping in the
eus at Knox-
ere he wnl1
He was
outlookk in
'bw hbe
mnaocratre
ltiicbo ,
a guess
i. the
mania
t the.
cans
leve,
or.
e '


3Lt W 7 l orn
ar a~ anoph H'Uearst is a
Ian, a lean man-one worthy
reat 9ofle~-a-n t lis very -pop.

." '' i .. "
S', B E DIED
jreants Were being Dlstrlbu-
'from aChrlstmas Tree.
y, Neb., Jan, 2.- Te party
It mne of Roprseoentrtlve Webb,
night -was brought to a
trtie In the isndst oY th e Dol-
i death almost Instantly or
^Mrs., Burnworth, by heart dis-
'The kreltmas n presents wore being
bi' frof a brilliantly lighted
Mrs. Buraworth gasped and

been, married a tow wBeeks
ol.ty o11ed1ing having t aen place
Inbdwe .

I ,ED MAIC
Gat Is ieleae 0His 4atheartsnd
Marre o,
goo, W e a short 0 Ago pt




; hi swetheart, .a '
i woeasent to the work
^ i^ '-* sat .a ,.tj r





Sor Mr elo -ried
0Gr wit", his Or
The board 80hiqtutd. Jan q.





T.1*; ^atilarive.'t



the prioipai'tear61 ati 4f
.:, '.< l .f^ /*^ tt ^ ^ i'l


.u. .. ...;" 0 b,
0fr, o Pqu irp, on o UntWe tStaee


r. .. s 0. 1 2~I rge t .I.I .i
wscurliy wou~ 44 by O(aeof MIohaUd,
a uftrear, *meiployed by bie father.
Y"unc qulera ahd several werranta
wret shooting as a target In ?9
coaPi: house of the minister's rBi-
doeuca In ,te.apuburb of larlaino at
the time.' TThey -wero ueing 2 call-
ber rifles, aa ne of' them ap parent-
ly got out 0o order.
Michiad, after examining the weop-
on, rqcocked it, when auddenly It was
dsdecharged in .tbe direction o Bquisrs,.
who was atandinti between Mhichbud
and the target. The aIl penetrated
the youusg m t's left -luLg. A hem.
morrbrhge essued, ant within halt
an hour a died.
Secre 'laee"ier, who was in
charge of the legation, sent a ebhle
dispatch to- MJnuiter SQiuters at
T-s in iano oneoi ro.jiqiuter
at iKatonh, N. Y., informing tihem
of the -ooldt. The 'body rill be
sant home
Pargo 0qiersi was *popular here,
He wa 4:yrearis old and prior to last
summer *ma a studeut at a mi=lltAry
academy i:I VVirgla;. Mt;hMud is dia-
traeted at the onsqueaoe of his care-
lessns..
It has t beothilddecd that as the so.
ident hkapponeo n the Ipremises orf
the United Statei milnlster, there will
be: ao inveastgatlon ouf the htiong.

ACCUSED OF THEFT.
Breaks Jail annd Then Telegraphl to
86af Deposit Company.
or.w ,lh; A,. 2.- bo t L.. 'Sto
d 'rAa,.Privido"ee, brought htre to
r lt a hearing o the chJarge of teal'
g 'prOnmisory notes and othr vailua-
I o paper to a face valuO to .40,
i00, eaaped. Out of syimptahy 'for
m tie poliee allowed him to, occupy
tl women's room In the station, inS.
st of confining him in a cell.
Ai Interesting clew to the dilrootion
take by-St6ddard in his flight was
obtained hen Oonstable kaalehursat
Sent to Providence to get the secure.
ties which Stoddard has beenn ehirged
with appropriating. They have been
in the custody of the Ihode Island
SBre Deposit company, which had do-
clined to give them uip without a fo)'-
tial order signed by Stoddard.
ltoddanx has signed the order, but
when tho corltaiyle prselentedi it ho
wa-i confronted with. a telegram from
Stoddard,. ddrecting t1he Qeposlt cornm
pany not to givoa up the seourltlea.
The telegram was dated Jiwwett City.
Hazlehurst placed Oanh aUlttachcielt
upon the Stoddard dopoeat ibox.:
CUT-OFFP INKINGO AQAAIN,




Southern 'lcifl offtciaiil o n. t dte
Jet the rmiular trains cron it." 'T .
1 wa tr6o avv beguQ n h di tly erb
f. it IAke by the prst of



W't .rto, in a
j atqte tt tll iiO : a t r.


Annmi88bed. lact ean 44


a ha {ore e++ o

fint aW s "lm4 a *a :e.4.*:
Weilr of tb bullal tral soag oid L

4 i^*;:,ib l^;*tl^Wrfcl.'.^l^*^^gS~il**:l flBB


NEW YORK ALARMED "t ""iNO

AT O AHIAS 0 RI-..i t

'Thster Bufldlnts re to bU e i m 00$o tknb Cf
Thoroughly -uS#oted. ', eat. nady bo e to tat
pArls green.
WILL. TAKE PRAAAUT|IO T'; candy was ,,4, box dl.erv
at .th O4sa hqo; by a:y tybtorioiQb
AVen the City Publilo .B~ho0i :.WII ll d t wolan. W eun t a., 1 it
iHav More Thorough S:ystem gor dell xvi the :: 4lt a I: r
Fire Drlia and .Rapid ..smisaI : w bi being eItertailed, by Mr,doP)
f .r rIo i a Widower, it Wa. left U-lt
Pupls in taoe0 of Dan pe o iod over night.. In the manipt
Now Yor; J. -llod by te tle clllltron divide its contetta aad
Now York, .im -ntirrurd by the rstrid ater
COhicago tb reat hor t the authorities re er eating a fw
or .this dty are. about to institute a inveutigation shbowd that the ho.e-
tborougt Investgatloi of all amuse- olate covoreld Crorms and gent Odrope
meI pl cee in oirie to' mst to- h -een dtvidd 'and 4flned Wlth -ra.
pouhl iuavrd against a ndtlr hp roeenl Tho pieco ha4 ten been
pning Sowverk, h oaigr shatUcK togetlrr in such. a maner that
of all the leading Seaters declare except by close xaiolaniion :the d,
thatthey already have taken everY vldlng would not be notcl ed
nmwana ori tnsarrr --tlw s--Ivrety-o- v~4 01 8 adgi n t -Wc r a
rdeir patrons. call from the city h ita d was
Niobolah .:j, .Hasy, who ,tody r~b7b ty hopeptal In
i~holas J. 1ayem, wb today b met in front of thtt institution by a
comes; fire comimlssioner 'nnouiaceO teled 'woman, who Ined hti b
that his first official lct w ll be, to -X with Instrutiownwlo. 'to 40 iver it tth
order an investigation of all the 4 ethe he 1 r1e1i0 teira ouej o s m r
strs in the kity to aertil Wh t r .hnox a theur i hstrutloa.. deliver .
t.he'netin wthy e. ,B.h h al l
o not tthey are so coti te4 ak aSilo i01oletto atl, :t 4'lr was':: r1al
so equipped as to oratexgard' hufn4^ h 1* Que i 1y.'
Alte in c e of fire or othur ca04V 10 Nr trac b f the polaner can ,
ani :' :turnd: an.d the nurse as uimblo to
ty. Superintendent of Lish l throw any light on the uiabjot .
Mtawello has tltuod tepdalOtretl inlaltriW- .. ..
tiots to tie district supearluten ts G ENERAL BURIAL rAY.
,and prlnllcals ~f echobol, whomb. *
liret+. to t.ke every preCatUtlon at Mayor Harrisoa to isUe PrHlamation
once to insure, a perfect undirrsttnd Regarding Disiaser,
Ing of fire drills and rapid' diesmIsaj 'bh Icago, Ja. '-Aa)or 1'lon
for tho hundreds of thousands ot hl- baa announced his laitention to i).lue
*dreln utdor their care. a prlclmatlaon aug~eltlng the losing

4EW KE RISt P 'hP tho, B b, th g.eu,
.............':;'.... ura ha Fral. day, and melting for :the'
Aianet Comln.M acre Of Jewa it cessation of all Un eesary noses ono
Kishiineff. that ly
New Yorl, .Jan. ,.-'-rom al quar H id he wril also iA e~
ters of: the United ,Sta~e, petlionB lamtottoi ati4altg or: tBh obrrvanfce of
are to iporr In on Prpr*i4ent iRoonse pert ct qolet on New Year' ei.. and
velt and tho morihbera of Congress to that the piletlo 0 reo the uouai New
InMF'o ol iclal action looking to the Ytar's c braton.
prWentieolon of ithe threatened Klh-' Asked as to is ovplnoregardl
Imoff in ev:r-l' uity whore there is a Jew.- It as hiHtoplnlatfllOn 0 ai the Iroqiols was
Ish lo.Iqo r,)rclail mIn'ootintsi 'will hb the 'antrt x i atlor in QChiinago,. a(I
tell drinrg th next ftew dafyt, aidI that Il tie rvtlostol ollrttain ihad not
the 'p!tIion whic h lripp a'td Th.to f.oled to work, the lliaster wulld itot
Anemcaiu will be signed. by tie 1oh have ,)ocu.-il. Ho lays the cuset
brtw.l taltilly to that one (ctat.
'rPlHs In th. direct outcome of th1 1 o ('ohthif ir16Uatn4; of the lire depart,
meettinw helid in tlie headquarters ort Ime, th I11 mayor has gvt.n'- mEr-.
the order ithithA Abliranlmn, in lhor Flor tions to have pliared in fthc the4ate
enra buillding, it was docilee b in thi( city two) Otly fitreme a the
liae grand masters who attended thl e exp)rrnr oo til0 ttlietr to gutralnte
meeting that every effort ihlust ii against any nropUtlUtio of the t.rPoqui
m-ta4o to ke op 'Proetilont nosevelet diaster
from faltering and.. to get im. to ear- r: Mi.
ry out th. plan of warni;lg the exar IEMU .
of thoth.reataened aihswt ro.. iqmm ntan d With C rp $.*-....e
It aiso ,wasP -protl iIrl that in thI and Strined
eveatthttht ,presBident does rot tael e na Ja, e, .
ti in tIteo t, on, igrp. might be ave rad .lan of a cl
p ; l to adopt i iature. over his to pieror Fraaint Jo i entd
haod annd forth prtloition of thoe Ut ie r
.fottettei hss iy~+ws. toa p +t .. that di,:urig his ,a.-,
T'he: .mo res ,ar. r ey to s ..tba .4 M t
to cogrisr, att the JeW. of t3t n 4a the Aro oe May 1
:'.try twill pl pe ire 'ct ly t o n Wal
.m .o rer..s..t taer o1:Jghopioa t Iris r b "
stairway







:nl IIa^t 'tile 0Sit 4S
oral Nels0Lr A. Mli, trLwho ,,t y Sad


and 2*aA, ft 4r*0 en bl 0 ii ivot lv tanjer bief
all thre eatlton m 10aro~pe.'" RA# wA 4O4 .rcat mcotma.:q

sti-o tit aropc'Wou i cOSO to thd 444 -* "',"* 1
't *flcy would fet t bcs 100 0,
t~lgIW; ^ W ;|t4,::


* : ,


ISUIA WILLK

GtRANT N A




F'1eST INTIMATIONcN ISK AT
; inter Think hatifThia s l.t
a. "there Beems To 8. e R .Ni
Potibility of Averting W r Be.
teen the*Two O er ...
toiatdon, Jan. .-r. boaloHoaylM,
'pt 4, .ZoaltO H *. a .. :b"m
2z4rm d 1 1rv i Pari8 thM tuesia kn

"' Is..I w tb.e first Isnt~ tloin any -' e -,:
liere i ad its avlig rece vel suont tho
SThl baron eaUJd to a reprvsentave

"i infowmaUoa from Pkata iglwi
out by thus wor4din of htie iItolan ,.

tlt0res: to /l
ther* to, b m"h at s tibaty

*-ErA 0 IN S. !.
Deply .Inter :ted in TaUl 'Buildings

i, lmian io '- e l, iwi-ht 6U0 1po n114,
*Whritcih wmas c~to fad1ir' late,
.at te Ollvo stt6ti i 4io 4 wite


otle.teate ion oa n be, : Iie tII
./ ot r+ 0* t+ i try'":
*etWvitl^dart^(4 I 0ll) <

s ttept sh s met. Wt)v: ( W,*440
tear trla re h to Wl.ited t
arrf4 ai ioat risth A t wue4ate
6On A'ds big rW UP 0t'z t1i '
StnnYO, I Stev tt~ar ted t( do A
tro ic w hicht ha4 been i'whItioed o t

0 eve coul4 get i4 Mid out an4'
owid4 ib4 whel h toolar0 qulaily athti
*P a4. he, 0 aw n wo04th. plagi f01
tangtl. Pkftrl wAS so rely tled,
loaded on the truok, 4mu haUledtibaeop
to thelo so..
SLAIN T.BNi o : .:

Mrs. Banki tOa Huba'Hand'O Only t1n
*my WeM "a Porelir 6:titt
;W Yo4k3, Jan. a
o No(,. 0oS ta8 N4,ypglrsti t
home: to : -to. f wofr as b ter, W
No, 40$ West K fpty4ti) i r stv .t.'
lledb later :41 ,Mitlaswt elh. *t ut
aksg astat.l elil

(Wat *Me he ',:, l t''A


LHbs~ ra al i alg $





Ar te, ew.0 4 r
mc Joi I ;CrkXC




, ITIrIu 11"8A



aL : one of Lbs t ahe ;,w 4 -
^^s^^j!
bedhA ot~^ ~ ^fi'^

i^'^;.mm,


ar neeaa


777 1,

















~.
PERSONAL AN D IAL;I*EM

What Kts H is GoinG%
to Mpp#9 T 4 WIParagraph)
So That 'toM h $oy Read'
It In The Su.

Jae.. St1 of -sgeq wu a Iavito rto
the o0t& ~esserlay,
frLh bm e( k6tle (So
Shrift o'6tand1ti 'a

Sofiel- visit to ligh Springs.
Wr, M. Price of t a
brief, bunnosestrip to ofhi y. e estqr-

.a sod. J440itt :0 p aye a' of
Ml1oanory M b jpx





of t l e t ,p o
0 4k ,044 q 4 toitireno
1311 was amongUi thcf vFis~itofirstyi to 'thi




PO nJan pr5, s1 e pianier of
te b rie havn otio, was in the city r
44o g yesterday
Ir. sod Mrs. It (X Crawford of
ag* y ado 't b6i o visiit to f ','td1
,% his ofty yesterday.
fook Is batuel Wti Ia

es O~ Ssf si *oa of Zronson





a S ith th voit4 or. F hIo
l.o' atn pbollh Tnet'q dring. trhe
efrh AI met0i is axs
th D^- ell. dearoe yeno'g tha rdta y siiito arJ
*ll owillapan tody hudag.
mant^ i tio otll <, latroduii n th e .'.iy
aI OambesinM.^ thei daring tra. .",
qq t aapileJndt 9 t


tit;l Rtou| wpM aae'1 tpev;sWtors to
thiscity0 yeatenay,.
%J lyatts of GlaWisltioa one
of the most e i suessful
...... ,Ii the ci'fty O ,.. 10a
S, '.XThe rerowned lori Ths )
rin ntfilber, ii their, 6iai'tlo",at ,ljig
HtrpeM<, will be att. i svlf ieil lig
.treet Fair, Jan f ti, dw.e*.
C' W. Wells of 'Awla*ti,Ja..' W.
Dougherty of liglh i lprhing," Henry
':a Jlope of Hlague aind' A.. Iarrent of
.Wanspo were ih the clty yesterdaiy
W .triotne of :tohlloti 1 wa; in
:the clty yeterday ,''' ru.' ht
cold storage reomiss ak iil o fue pork,
w4hi makes thu oo pty e hois
placed in eshld storage s iftse -. ,
9640. h"onwist and little'ie, 1a. i



r goen W r ia th. 0 s11 i frt" t .hgey
// U :Ossts to Fairfield, where they will 'vis*
ittheortb ner'ssister, Mto,,r tod-



rAmseteo their h ms at W 'they
v*haer bis to thim t i pac .tr daty in
li)gh pngg. ar the guests Mr. ed
Mr.t As IN 8ummsers


hAmon: th WidsOart : tl vbiting

1stunla ral 'PlPm sbo4u-orat at1 sU
5ay' i auct rtsarrud( frt C picasat t


KU" al'tied toa'n tr suashpper ast tw Viai


,t.aw


dity, nd were s
loverrof anImal

..tone ris!tmar
ful1njury to hi.
of a cannon fire
he wounded lh
Oonalderable li~
lays it has taugh
loose" n time in
SW.; G, 'i;ehard
the ewessfuml y
sotiron, was in .1


litt:l damage in
ilmoling her b

andior ethtt ih
m cab
wilU ibet got.




daritAg Wrsor

Trhe usbd will f
another visit at
Rev< L. W. M
Wpated yestetrd











part ter, srtois
eaoorew sixty aM
Oltheoditet a.a








ahe flatliy n
Wamoongdy to I





home o;he bri
i;. s 2a y ,u


niele iroe,
cityyesterday.

















0 w o
wiA 4be itlipaspt -t


ntleiagun at the i

hstlnesday toh




Plms oIn tha bric
ArnowiK la yoi
cmractier, bteiud
dtlind to nttali



Wity yestaiday ?w
nutifsui whoutci









Iws itsthe oiYe pi
traitlinysttedal


J ( rae, ZJac


tw lwas ia Balty




M,~ate( ,, W.F Gay a
4945 wa aviit


ie, no i todki ia
ired eboghtrtoa ibi
dnir(g *yesierd ay b


p I s bloilo' Th,
ltIs a hol) eterda:^y.:: ^;'
lVm ;r' ^ 'DiUby of
p w~r# rh lter'4 at the


as yesite4y3|(. ^
t| ti. laugh at the
indeville. Street
9, 1%Rtthews and children
i ae a qioty, guiests of
k siatevs Mrzs. J. Floecher

it Jnsmbo Io comng. The
aM *BO in r aptivity, at
^k'; 'Big Street fadir, Jatu. 8


r. Wlto Is ,peolng, few
d44w 4w th guest of re14ivos in J)ap
pellon,
of High SpriUgp is villtk
if In th 'ty, the guest of Mvs3.J1.

GeotgeBeok, shonevsful trucker of
R00ky Point, was ttdilag in the ofti
yesterday.,
Take "i 04 L.O,' Trippei grand
terri heel get d off the health
aina~u~svi0 4 ig Street Falk, Jan. 55
to 0. dwQt t
Reve Warne, Colaon of Jennings
Lake Was among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
A 3. Feaster of. oheile was among
those who paid the ounty apital, a
visit st' rVd..
0 t 'Yyie~te dti':.. : l. *i:'. : .':'


(~eliwiw'stag areet X'1-s

y 1f1PtamaserO c .'.Phrha of thy
tersia Lakel^aa, is spending the
;ij;l his family in t.is oity.
For Sale- 3Budied and.d gfte en
Ver r Very fine l rooeW.. .'
0.F(o|8ei'Fls>< *wtol 25.. ,

o or burgC -with etitu^l
c. M. Chamberlain, Taeomlb;
Mrs~dlth .Huinter and two daugbw
ter of JHawthorn were among ;tojs
weO favored Gainesville with a viai
yesterday. Mrs. Hunter is onef thf h
effloient teachers of the Hawthor.
school..,
v.rr... ... M J. TI. Brinson have re-. :


flaeht. '. ,, .. "' .. .r u u. s j .... .. .
...n.a t i itr f e A.'l andr." George Snowdenof Orange Heights turned from Lake City, where they
whoao hadtheia"ifo' asuei i.ei and .esed s W be s IW1rlry wIas among Ithoge who paid the county have been in attendance at theosesliol
eay to" sustai pn a %int ares.penlga few days as the guests capital a visit yesterday o the Florida State Teachers' Aso-,
'4404 by the explosion of their ster, Mr Strunk, in S8- pyeporta -most deliht
ranked, iA0 out againnk. van-ah Joihn Videon of Ar.her, one of the ciation. They report a most eight
e m ber h as ca, s edo. i. a- l an a^t o r elsolid citizens f that e tio w as trad. ful, as w ell as a beneficial m eeting.
snberha caued him thr 'nt vtto relativesin ng in the ity yesterday. Get a free sample of Chamberlal's
sonvenience, but .he thj p, .A. Bevhle and daugh. W. T Meiendon, the boss melon stomach and Liver Tablets at all drug.
t him to "turs things tero ret 4ne yesterday to their home W. M D b elInI T Tey are
ifuture0 loJactkville. orower of Alaohua, was a business easy to take and more pleasant in et-
son of Taomt, one o Woo visitor to ths city yesterday. feet than ills. Then their use is net
loug i tzen of that A .rchr wre mong he victor to this The grandest s eight of all,fll tt lowed by constipation as is fte.
he city yestsor and o viy wa r. to Que turning ,to life, at. aine5villo's Big the ease with pills. Regular size, 2 5 .
he0 yeterday and ~ty yeierday, They were registered Street Fair, Jan. 6 to 9. dwtf per box.
e his s the Brow House Mis Ins Ford departed yesterday E, E. Stokes of Ocampville was In the
tSuns Mr. iRihar Afbter p lea t vi to. relatives at for Palatka, where she will spend %ev- city yesterday. He called at The S e
the d ted nd Bro, Mrs. W. eral days on a vttofriends. office and renewed his subscription,
'bage .a t o lvl4 harb returned to R. Caraway, a prominent planter Mr. Stokes states that the farmers ,t
tei thif was in city trading his section haveas a rule made goe4
t t f eral da l yril, a progressive with our merchants yestedy, rops, and asa result they are perte.
S".9o n.,Oe departed yester- -
M w o a Morrl tonwh ere shewl isit Among the visitors to t city y
tilee for Tho4eet thisoty yesYta. k -or'nfewdays ''terday was Prof. John Orosby of' Drs;4:'
ar W o w alhrhos gr Ienl of for esl.n of frdcounty, who is one of the emmnteno.:t
ta o ladye ewneeof teachers in the employ of the scho40
tayh de s Yab4e lady po War tt4004nuta$1aA the progresslve planters of that see- board of that county He came
Works, tin, W tradig in the city yester. business connected with the Alachtii
or Cl lnee ille with ,"hpiw8so day. county school board,
no distant dyo After0pleasant V1i00 t4 her brother, Mise Orrie #a11 of Orange' Springs, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Newman of Ps.
It, BrI Mr and Mrse. W, T, Newman"0
or andfaly d on a parents, Mra afte a pleasant lt to thefamily of laka,whohve been for the past few
for Osla, where Mr. r. W Livingston, Mr. Those. W, ,.. Mixeon, returned to her home day6 on a visit to relatives, Mr, an
Sth pasore of the lpe yetrday toher hoe yeserdy. Mrs. Shaer, expect to m
.. ta.his etl at P Everybody should see McKinley's their departure for ohxe today The
Sreaide4 Ip Gailies Mr. And Mrs. George Birt of Re. Funeral reproduced 'by electricity at ,r popular yo nd m.
t*w years, Ajd 4ae ohele wore 'n the olty for a few hours a e B'ig tree Fair, Jan. 5 ay friends during th soo
P IP:. v*v ?te r4t ,he. .were elt route, to t ,'here.
eay, btut sh hemhy llnlth most msterious, sensa-
Ihi ei er inotjhe y wi 'iit ; I; turn : i nasi bei so bf eethe b- R. Wi trly of Orowley, 'La,

S aopyh bos now tesd in Braodford county, was Wanted-Men to make lettuce bas- parted yesterday f'"omr
of that etion, wa a vlto to Gainesville yesterday. kets. We pay0 one dollar pet hundred, Wiinbery is te. oeI
ess visitors to this c Rty io friend ebore were glad at the ,p timber on orms, Wolfenden & Co., th A the representative e
ph prrnd o s ..tibern, gan. *~ ho-Sampson City, F la. dt wIt the A man &Taylor Machinery Com
appey, ataei tha i J.ontW tee lmn agaln, J. W Patton has returned from pay, MistleldOhio, and is enjoylg
soy anrclOaptitn '.h r aAinonglthe promiluent folks who Cedar Key and other points on the a most profitable career.
Sa he paid Gae vist yesterday was GfOoaat, where has been for the Miss Ruby awkins, tht charming
nd moit hardy earMle .:Hos .T. I'MtRae. of hawt'iore Mr past few days surveying. and elicient teacher of the Taeom j`
ed, o fe hardyvae ina, where hwas beot e from High M ME R hard, who has ben school, was inthe ity for a few ho
eds : new spending the holidays with her sister, yesterday he was en route home
et, '. .nt h aoOWia Mrs. J. Ot Andrews, returned to her from tke City, wtheret sht o has bTee
, tLeslie Arnow f W. B, T 1s of r Carolina, who ome at Wade yesterday. Wt u lee at tho 8tatl Teachers."o
)ie thIeIa reidentmof has ben at Rochelle oni'busim ess for yester AI.aRoyiatium1. Missj hlttwkidis is very
g been employed as the psttt few days, passed through th Robert MoElmurray and daughter, j i o it n Ih l'nt h i; very
Store of Jacob E)indel, iy.y yateray en route home. He ex- .. e Midy of Bech Isla nd 8. C .i o ni u,
irpriso.of hi ismrtge preasshl imlf as b ing w Mi s arorter, at the with Florida. the faily of .J. Mixon. Yesterday from1 Jo6biu .. olfenden oft
do lit DLE.and ,M William ittledae,. the clover re.. Mrs. L Cleinmmons and children of ,tir o f o Ln.em ber of tea
~ '~man of aex)aa resenzum om BifV Turner, Jack- H -lIttmterIa pl easant viit 'to rela tu"rers of yell l tC manufa.
y d' zr, 'A isl onvill, s.pont yesterday in this oity, tives, the Messri. Manning, in this city, Wolfend. n s s that thne der M
St ex ln Mr. Litde and fami turned to their honeyesterday. fr
M r, "i tt c y b anledole and fialy for merly r oI tunbe.r.is oo 1 ait Li s seas on, i and thot
agral tion i 'id.' this olty, but are no living Captain J. F. P. Johnston returned his irm ts o trouble i s, dsPsig
at Hawthorn. yesterday from a visit to his family at the products of thai silft n p
usninontWspitor j 1 Walker, a irn Daytona. lie says the East Coast Wi The mill i 6ine of th iut a 't a
as W ajp y`0Ia o Shawneew'm Ils.,iin a lourishingoondition Just now. modernto inthat beignUipp
ie. o business id the .cty, a.nd Wiiltpend .the Lott-Two red cows With horns, un- with all the most nod1rlu e pp
iet r winter 'theguest of ;frend, atked,r one brriadecitt 0 the 0 nt(c^'l ery
Sdsov orf Mr.t .botri..'t s t ther11 te itnpritit :of a horse. hot'. ( eorgt 'laylr, tperintenenlun (e
tti'onoof the id. Littral rear od-or ty information. the orchlards of th., tai siill, PeaL'
yhil godto eat o, C, 3. 3. Barr of MiAanopy was A.D. Tison, Eariton, ta. w4t Orchard Coimpaoy, a, the aiat
a litleof t thig" anoi g' the visitors to this olty yes- Joseph Shuford, formerly of H.igh who favoru'd Gains vitu ,i1thoa i
ot bsy. ,'h s just t!rday. Htle rePorts' that the: reoen Springs but ,ow a oontraetor of Tan- yesterday. Mr 'rylor states tu 't ti
'ti ho s, an s cold lia not had a serious effeton sthe pa, was In the eit -for a few hour. yes. fruit tres0 are conini on fl,, ly, an4t
Swith e a th.aitie tres of that section ,d' *:' ; t .rday. lHe wa ten route .home, after that itie rec.i'nt ;old wsither h y
lleent t tast hiaf Mrs. W. M. Holloway have a vialt to his ather at igh Sprins. tendency to impront, Crti tlan .
neit fal, 1:. r ts m f. *t lake ity,'where 'Ihey' D. Williams adson' of Larosse J re them.'Ih ti.e t wn ic re an
at'"adI" the meeting of the. Florida D./ Hart of Paradise91 Col. J A,. Wil yet two year oi, will rightly t
Al Su estat0a 1"chsers' AssoeAltion. Tlhay reno ams of Cedar Key anf'J. C Hall of coming.t'easn, but 'l to lnvi gy yea
of lague wastr4 p* Aiot delightfl, as weil as Alachua were among those who fa. theomnpnanyert' ri a year
: .a' & ia ts es.l me. eti.ng of the eduCators of vored Gainevill.e with a viast yeter- harvest. i o ,,, 1'. o re
t ...rolR. was onwas t the hi '. ehards ..i th e t 'to .
ster ::y. 'hr s'into4ion 'of the Florida '8tate 9r.' W.illiam S otheriand of High. Mr an Mrs"'v, W t r ,f' Faia
r ,er' of UeahoPI .Abaeher' Assooltion atl Laoike Ciy8pritgo was, -visitory o ainme llk er f a 1
esierday, tang t~ehs to close, a great many $ianisigay was avisior to Gainesvilry taS Siro Sntt'.Gainl (W40 1i0.Ye

4% of Wvim city w t6 loA hua county othe-e thssias 1 4 Ra tsingevery
S~ aMto..ed' o tth teir oe eserday. effort tohave the6ainesville tribeto e.and wvearsma ecrstu ho r, se'
of1A tt5c w 4 5 t is theira ,w S'..ed..th 'r.. vary. .. r r '". r
dl yesterday. Ir gh D. A, Robertson and. two e t u,. ,
.ru to ther rspective 'daughters, Misses. Willie and Ii, noc, bg
.ed o" peas J'wrie a laIter a few days 'phleasautly spent wih press nI ad soa a

rt h s sitaestew nI aitl Year, the $prlap, *eturaed to thetr *oe in even. Mr. lruoesiy.t 119 *1 *
5' ^4 only l s brsanotsd being the is Mr txs oity yesterdayy afterneo. hi ae, and littler e n d'i'es
et'anhaatl h|he WivI h, ,,to o*. 4''to


'!"h i)jjtta6


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F P 8JOR EARLY,

Y:. 'to AMl slf anad


H t N APJUDGED INSANE,

H di ln4igth Sprin' for the
I a lve Years, urDwring Which
STime He tMIHa B:en mployed at' Va..'
rious Vocations-A Pitiable Sight.
blind eyeS which he cn 1e0d4
by his oIwn ilOtion; with paralyzed
h l iiSl h renders htins.lf as help-
.less4,t # Iw-born. babe, Major Early
w r irn the, baggage oar of the'
StraI from High Springs at. ';noon
Tht ,nd transferred to the wait-
ing I the station, where for a
Witt. s the eeuher, of a Curious
ero 'the object of sympathy.
M a bly has been a resident of
ligt gB for the past twelveyears.
No iemnsa to know particularly
friO qe heename, but people who
ha ^ dwith him do know that he
0o a some po-intin Nebraska. He
1w a considered of a demented
S while not what might
Spro termed insane, his mind at
ti afar off from his vocations,
O\ "e re aloagti varied as the ouurae
of inda. He has been employed
by erchants and citizens of HIigi
Sp0 on odd jobs, and has managed
to jong .in a manner which con-

669 a1.oi
three weeka ago Major Early
w itedb a li hht iindisposiion
S* iight i.."terimed almo t' un-
ie*O, t .-B.Blt he imagined that his
co in wia serious', and, securing a
pt i; placed the muzzle" of the
w 0 tohis temple and fired. The
t etrated the teniile and eu-
to, he headjust behind the. eyes,
e y destroying them. For days
h iBufferedinrom the effects of this
';but now his condition is irn-
P and he was brought to this
l uraday. and turned oveo ,to
J l ason,9'ho app hinted a board
iher as to his sanity: The.
Atmt-o Dras: E. Lartigue
;VX.ol apd C. J. Mixson, and
aftt amination'the uhfortunatemailn
w 'Odged insane, and a conmit-
me o Istoed to the hospital for the
inp j tddattahooc hee.
rutally Tortured.
camne to light that for power
sse and unmerciful torture has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
Goo9b.ick of CoJusa, Oaliforniia, writes:
"For6lbyears I endured insufferable
pain from rheumptism and nothing
relieved me though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bit-
ters, and it's the greatest medicine onil
earth for that trouble. A few bottles
of it"completely relieved and cured
me." fTuat as good for erand kid-
ney troubles and general debility.
Only dor u .Sitisfation guaranteed by
all druggists.


a lw 0 s il '$t1*l" 1.
rh /Tft ltr *ot& *
'Ue ue of the leading charietvristic of
'te .t tli',,,of a ':,la *lMtl liev e
,the p" ilti.ve of ', ) tt, l.", ttQ n, a pitI t
of Dunferitlne, W'ho actuai'lty pr'1
tuat even uIvle- this. acknowledged
fp st. e. in'.. ltiid itolu .i be .ade not
only tlo tn thim intwil living. but ai'o


thme mtt t '' ',i 'l, i -; : '. "1n ,em ftlisn-
Stp s iler o te a ;i;, 'Iil t l tu., 1Lt) i 1
tei'o to ii, i a .01 YI tien 'tii t of lthreld




1 ti. \ < tc' n io'l l iy ,iilt '. I lilt




onerI th h o! eola ti l Ivy itt hleitlli
wa1 lnvohin!ln ily litr l't y iMn I nlk,



toy -house ,WithR-% i111 1 t.ich
i i of I tha ',iinlil i 11' 1 Ihl4 -toi it .





Simpoln i6'd by ilie in^'llt:;ill a oi th.
had citsilonih to be in 1 'et'th, u.in.1 'tili
Ins pecttg lle tio ie nl trinkct:t, tlint
owners In the tein 'iit tI in Iiitienttion.
ons I nvolurtiy n hotair'ti'td Iy asI lei
touse, awith nslfu.p Itpo the >mthl
of it tiat' w rtungth'tenily i rointur.
upenlled by th ad inseigit:mt the'ity
a conion hoiise itnm.cui1. liar I stlti
11r.ing I prchutton d a e mouse, tate an
wthelem Inclosg dist in leighteeni'mlcr'i
on my out hey hprovewihat I wtas o inary
polused to could uplte Its a halt miles
nmuseletnt. But 1tow to tpply nlit'
ouK1Cc ptwo;, which 4s' then weight ot' i
mouse, to average, Aul puloe ws wthe
litleuity. At bngttti tie niteinfacttu r'
ing of sewing thread seemed the most
practicable.m
Mr. Hutton had one mouse that tan






two mice. onstantly employed ia' 'the
the amazing osewig thread for more than
a year, buThe moved thread nill wordinarys
so constructed tan the common house
mofse was enabled to mak a-toent sup-
tort for thciety for pat offenses by twls
ing, twining nnd reeling from 100 to
120 threads ia day, Smndays not except
edl To perform this tusk the little
pedostrmin had to run ten and a halt
mills, and this journey it performed
with enRae every day. A hiilfpenny's
worth Ontlatmeti served one of these.
thread mill culprits fot the long period
of five weoks. In that time it made
8,350 threads of twenity-five inches, and
as ai penity wwas pild to women for ev--
ery hank nmade In the ordinary way
the niioei uat that rate earned nine-
pence every six weeks, just one far-
tiling a day, or 7s. 6d,. a year.
Taking sixpenco off for board and
allowing 1 shilling for machinery, there
was a clear yearly profit from cetch
mouse of 6 shillings. Mr. Hutton firni-
ly Intended to apply for tho loan of the
empty cathedral in Dunfernline, which
would have held, lie calculated, 10,000
mouse mills, suffilcent room being left
for keepers and some hundreds of
spectators. Death, however, overtook
the inventor before this mtrveloust
project could be carried out--Edla-
burgh Scotsmau.
A Sarnrrled Dlike.


OPINION kif. iTA, AwUfr m'TY.

Thiet'e. Are Mainy. Views Reardig the
Imbroglc Betwen Rusia and J&O
pr 'r. Though tit o i'look Seeme to
Point' o Probhble a4oet)Iltile,
ta rip ro, Jan, 1.- het. Petersburg
cOW-ipoadeAt 't the ? rmie editio4 ol.
'tho New York k4oru,)d, 1yt thtu. tlhe
optiud mn pirevaUlng c tlee.rrniitg tho
'ar 1,aai'em situmitiontlR httai h on rueloiy
saulienI by the di'l-a.tcutls fi'oin TolMeo,
Tlh dominitant fuoliug toulty l tliLl
war is inevlttibleo, y.t.ys te ctO'01'
sp)ondoent, A high military ,a.thotrty,
aecejtig as a l'ac.t t.ltt war is a furo
gone conclusiCi;, Salid t tlme t oe cor
poendent; .
"I presume that whaetn the tlho
come the Japaitlsea wil effect a htnd-
ing in Corea, Well, wht oaf It, and
what after?"
Thus Indicating that Russ-ia does
not propose to take prectiptAto action
In the event of Japan trylug to force
the sltuatlon.

SEiRFIN PAPERS' OPINION.

Hope of Peaceful Solutilon Need Not
Be Abandoned,.
eortltn, Jan. l.-4%fliO 'Post thilA
morning print a lengthy leading "ed
torlM on the slaofJnpauea setutl ioa
in the.Far elnt. I
Tho eilItorlal, w'hih 'h;^e.rs svldet
iA'acka of Inspiration by 'the o
mincnt, ftays tliet th Atituatlol, is stUW'
'suh that tlhe hope oef a pO&aewalbleo..'o
lutlon of th dIffltoutglm need inot .!t
a'bandque l. The dditiorial ridlculal
the asaeertion o( the 'roltuh pr wi thal
Germany is urging RusatA to a 'polloy
of aggrwaessio in order to have a frll
hand for Pan-Oermatlc plwan In iaoi
tmal ll3uiro1 e itil against France.
I The artlel oenimphaaslzc OtOrmanion
'b soltite o it iotrl ity, oatrretp'lt inl'ngl f ill
with the stCtemients of Counit VoQ
iBuelow, the imperial chancellor, (dur
Ing roenit debates In the reichstag,
Germianwy'a mediation, the artialo
eays, has r ot been aked by either
party to the controversy, and O-tmrany
never offered nor never will offer to
medlate between certain foreign oa-

Germany would only be too pleased
to push her offer of midltalou, bu
for the belle& that she wou il b left
in the luiI i at the deolsive miomoest.
lettllor i iisila nor Japan, iBya SiTe
Poet, ilaodfi the mediation of other
powers, adl itf loft alone they wil ar.
Irver at & l


iv &b L a pvo njaue kgrel
Tht loading statestmen
pareitly -*ave already i
In a war with Ruulas Ja
Isolated and that no dop
b played upon synepath
in the riwspapers of
rope,


At the Smeible. Just after the late I ukO of Rlcl- American toonemie A
MA Sllptonguo-I. have not inet your mond and Gordon received tho latter oiw OrleAns, Jaib, 1
wife. Is ihe herethis evening?. half of liltitlet-e-Weaiw reatdo Dflke tewndin te Amirien .,
Mr. B1anBoie0-y14, but jutt at this of Gordon Ia January, 187(-be warn Am eic~ n kturlcal
inome. she .I en d.I e ever there at Wtnt to thiW country as p40D idOnt of the Amel tW e l izmtc ol
tep .. British commilalOn to our ceomten al oit. it
Kr. tlptongue (with affected entbu. exposition. While In this country lbe aMItion,. Itl bct
dlasm)-Ah, I stool She is that goddess heard of a certain pictunr owned' by a of polities, pubie la.w,
like' beauty who Is playing an accoip- country woman In which he thought and diplSacy. The wo
paniment for the mountain of fleshh he might be lterested, and so0 wrote ootltiont. will n, t aesa
who %l sInging. to her, using the ftial stiatlolry of bwoe to any ylewS o. p0
Mr. "iUnsome (stlflLy)-My wife i coiheCmminln anitd aing bljself af, ties These offers hvu
not play she iings.-Lindon Telegraph, a rijer does, einioly by the names of his ed; Presoik de.t J..
Settle, "Rtliemond and Gordon."' ,.. o olu a university; vt"
0 Much to his surpr and a d ood. deal Woodswrow Wiso, o prirt
"Lilliain ;i not sure that 'he love0 to hlasdiAust-for ho had predi Ideas t. Heinacb,. Un1verslty oif
I alter, 8Somietlmes ahti thinks she as to liis dignity as a duke-the letter nioi l '-alW4iN, ~'0i.tale
coens, n111( at other tihee ahe's con- which he received n answer to his wai treasmirer, W. W. Wilou
i|oed' she doeeist.' addressed ".Mis. Ricbmond & Or iopkln university y
"And yet sle i going to iarry him?" don" and began "Gntlemea" t u i ty.
"O ( yeas, that's ill sttld --
"Blit f sifle l not turte aBe loves hlcn Ok wood. Ftght Won by 'Soul
why doesn't she bhrilk the engag-. The oak in a hilstrle wood., As early RRalot .,..N.,. C Jn' 1,..
;: ent?" has the le ve l eetiry t beeIatlT the en yetitr there hae 'ei,'i.n
f fcaua twe she is tw0ty-sven."-Kan: favorite wood of evlfltzed Iurope,l And *1 '. 'tm i
ass CIty Journal. spectmnen of carvingt fln fterOr (,
1_ x I_ a_ Ole: 0_1 s% ._fi'sh ha.) i '0 0.c- ci t t iwn li ftm i thot '
Tie Iit'" r' r' P t mmI i t 'tiintt Blam e, i 1 *' *!tm y is )amm ii C i' c t' l'ti t!M' helm t uffr l s. It i .... ,
itt (Int ccItt r : .4l f I line 1' fit 'v i i e e h ium1 1 fci t iI /ow
A *' T i ek.' il' ntmir t i l t'f fn i r, (istt i ll'" iritol k tllmcl"t r nu" no- It '"

iceC O lie 4mciai it fl IsV t V'fotr,
.. Ih, .o I r,''.:u'i..iWeciI h '' "n ci
tIha gl414P. th "'


t k. Aa 'm4i mar. thai mttle." "e the pespeu-ivse p/. 'i' A i i li'
ta"'l I l 1t ii .^ pidlosofht chui r, "V.. t hat tm 's s.rAt oe blind ," sto l
a tl~hin'Witluei t 5ttltlbi?4f it "Yets ac,' rccd the njliteptl* 'llw ti t I
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Ou r lhiusinisti s i Hi titely ohnflnhed to lltht vaotits dletiall lneid(jnt t, the owl, L.
,rrhip of hlAidlI, and w\e h liv no privifv or pirsonial "nt to grindi"in i(onnetlon
%01i bllf litisili ss HVe minalk a pi> ielRlty of thy proptrationi of abtiAotli a"id
miake< x'hu.itivi i i)vostilgaton olf tithins We reprepront property-owuers hin all,
all mia!itirs pertai.|iniig t tho ath tnictif lintt al payment of taxesand t.lioi.r-
denwtioin of u.itmt.intin ti mies., lW >hen yotu hetvd inrompt anid reliable aer.
vice in onut line ca(ll o nor writi usi Notary pfibhlito in oflloe


B. .,COLSON, Manager


INDUSTIAL REQO0RD
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yo tu l .tth6 Uu mliii.tI evpn i homo, n/sr tu wii>- i ( ii ) th t m .iei"i
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nAhry otter to made tir I W n m t ii' Vd l i mi l h H'I stiW Iw sdoon lit t, i'lit t '*
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MIN. M. A. EASTEIRlU,


of Tokki a.p. 10 Two Puaeohae*.
reatllzed that A story IN told of a Loulliana met
pitAt mitt be chant who camnt to New York deteW-
snelnc n an mited to secure a barganlu, He noted
her. inttkim chebop cloaks, ad i fto trying In vain
westqara 3I to sult tilnlelt at the wt olaWle houses
B J 1 te botight a Job lotlat aucto, lie eX
amlned the good hurriedly and had
i eelii tholl shipped home. In duoe time heI
eeWiAer wlas conifroited lby an & exalted head
Ssi al tiwianr who said tho rwents were
hMMiC iAand out ofetylo.
*itlos hlave ,'"Thy didn't look tihat wnY said theU
Wefl 'Siei, :mierliBhat. ,, *' :
is ie ictudy ".But tley are," replied tle clerk.
lwtl ownr.iQ Tho mercliiant prmlisted that t:he
rk of te ~.a cleaki would sell, but they didn't, In
'4 itW moia desperation h, l ttirued them to New
ractlcal pot. 'York.to be dispo6d of to b".t advan.
e bwa el cta e. .On hlis next trip to New York he
Naodo* of 0 again vlsItod an auction houe a4nd
SiiOrnV ti, bolugitt la lot of clotakl. When he .re
turned h.bonome and *tamined his putr.
icon si; n* t e h ww that lie had bought tile
W ucoieln; seiue lot iut bfoB.re-World'g Work.
e; 0rieturp, "
Ihby John Bt' d joh .
..... I As h1 generallny known,. the ciUkoo
lay its eggs in tohe wegi of other birds,
--"" uel 1n t#h3iAt to be WhatchWd and the
there, r/ O e uckoos re ed Iby thelr rofterr
- .F ori 4 o 1p'rf, T l.ling aiir-l i'U w throws tlhe
hwttu.Uinm .my thit, tilrtlde tiit of their uiet amI) i elti all
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t i; r 'f4.1 fm- f te' rtifluhce is 0 l ltste in. thm ie n1 it
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SSg i ie pub1 u bt ant yowroughtn hi andpQYS own or othetio

ha 444?8ot64 PBM Spte &^ ie^>.^^ W W pr pAm nto tbarkd changehae bufiient' bruoe T fourth of th riload el .
S the : t *1 oasttlheo p'wth0o1 a0t44ui e lo aled fy r ou r trants porting cha f
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Ib 45 4 9h a o shel hae In on sne I ha4 a conversadto, akngho saw he

IV It 9|i ^ *^ 84 SeVaisp^ h ~as *and s is rWgard the Sout the stroplgast i n t in hi eg la. s Ithe cl e r asa a melicQner l.
Se of the orth is t ddate for the position in qnestlon. eTO drssatofkers'S .acci bl ngUe
Stit irrleand m o myn gratfi to l stenDto gEve groite.
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pipB^y (he nest to the Booth, ta 88 (, hv o wtg re,^hd ha ve the e a u hoer, guc ceation, I wa inform ed thae it wam e mtoy, *
$4or e pubicle?"payr e f young ,an to return ..

tithe exisdean. f 1 f ^eevi^^ ll Graded w~ str-r favorof f lheb proposed cru: to the farm and that sufficient ipduce- .Kindness is a language d
at toW$est And Slig too k5 filGe ht ey' v se against the 8outh. They know menU t outld iniot be held out to change the dumb brute can understand ;ik
le been attrat o Q-i svlile, od weS thwot Iop he States of Miesisuippti and hs plans in this regard. I then called silence, it is golden and touched 1 th1
n f to onl wharolna the negro men of ot- thenet best man, only to hear the hert of every animatething in ea
of milly *4T pdaitt ng siz noovd al the lug ag. e outember tah white men of same tale from hitm Four men in tion.
y fron Abin to svi, votlog rage,.and hey have the. author- suceeas, ion told me the same story "iu ,-
l hed th amily admiing tha Ity of ooler Washigtop that when This experience trogly impressed h Every i ndivldual makes he i
Sme here beoitaSe he had eant ed o glf iuth negroes e permitted' to votMe in with the idea that these institu- heaven and hell They ar: th ';,:,
n h4 Tori^ earW l lthe .exeellnt 'school advantages, and they, vote soldly against their white tions n must be working along proper tremes of h:a.rmony or disO *d.
th0Aftonb (a.)1 he de..lred t plaini le hI oilldre' in *a neghbors. upon ev6ry question, and lines Thus, while I think it credit- H(eaven is not an estate, but a statee"
t er. 1 co ee oo without regard whatever for the mer- able that they hould turn out teach- in
.t ( '. Tha estsalshBmtet, of the .Florida iitsof the question. The KRepublican er and investigators, yet I rerd t Statistics for the year ending August
slp Jr1lekl 1 C 50^Ohatauquaua, the Winter Bible Oonfer-' leadersiiian know hett ths r are ov.- of first ma ,re. 1 hae the a ..iuld 30 shouw that uoobiles killed as
tlts we year...... 1 10 u and the .Whritia5 W~kh L to eras hu d reds of otiootntWes in the turn unt good farmers ." may peren Ia t wond in a we as
-- ---' ^-^1------0- astute i, thid city ib a mark tof re(oo Southern States which have negro ma- rara raS d a year. -----' -
Shs little more than ttin ofthe s rlority ofour ty, as orities, and if these ignorant blacks The Sun is in receipt of the P.rogress. -_
i^ -tndret mr'is of railway; and regards bosh location and 'climate were.allowed "the equal justice" the and Prospe"' y edition of the Pensa- Iia man could ue his legs pro.-
Smie of road ha. be(en buklt There sr hundreds of towns ain otlies ?ew York Evening Post demands, cola Journal, which one, the lnfinest tioately ios haot as ai ant he w
in: Florida wiihw would have gld | they ~ w ld fllolaij the county offices publications of its kind ever published travel sonmeuvhere about eight humnd
ly pi.t fIve lttmes what "l ha ot he and evy collect vti disburse taxes, int Florda,' and Manager Frank L, mutes an hour. '
t e of ~ the see p o isvilule for these assess property and man page the pub- Mayes of the Journal company, as well
thys As stns Is gradually )esing tlo hon-but these Who were hi Oom*V li0 e.hool, yet, nine-tenths of these as the compilers of the work are to. be The man who would retain his-
44 W y pretty safe t f the uti' realized. that neoes cannot et,!ead theI bsot congrate elated. The work, contains friends should not fall to remember
S o at *his n of he G'esviie was th proper ple thaey voje, and have 'no more under- seventy.-two pages, and is filled with that there are a great many things 'he
Shonto mlo'ade a suggestion o the pol sadi g of public questions than beautiful half-tones and interesting should forget.
of this ty t the w b kethes of theDeep Water City. Tis ...--s-o -
Sny o s1oThrou--- i.sgh thru.. Teediinwill no doubt prove of ~great The average amount epended bnyt
Sti e defense hS and Bh subor benefit toth eity of Pensacula .from armers for help last year was $~ '
e00'0governent o nde were d.and bofay the doAdmiral Cgtvera' has made thes tandpolnt of advertising farm-an iCnorelne of $11 over three
s b orrow the m oney to qom mniodio au ditorium eps eds as a p ubileh the correspondence .with the .- years ago .
t mon t to he energy o ir enih gernet relatIve to the 'The man who looks as if he had los
er. b n"va l feature, of the Spanish~Amer-. :i asst friend is in no danger of being The St. Louis; Globe-Demoorat 'de
b fortunate lan war, in which he pointed out be- crui'ed by the jam of new ones unless fines a promoter as "a man who .
ngthelabor war tote brink the mater ofuidings, to eur, fore the beginning of the war the he "cheers up." People are not going double his money without utt
Sand it more than prob through the iluece of o repre. utter hpelessnese of Spain hldng its out of t'.eir way nowadays to associ- any in."
gth re i tatlve. at Washington, together own against the Unled Otates, and ate wit thetman of mournful and
with the h persItent 'enthuteai iad slowed that, inevitably in event of' melancholy appearance. They are The governmIent of Spain iesto open
S' et. itort.of dtGur oltisens, an d appropri- war,Wthe American navy would wipe. afraid he will tell them his troubles, foi rteen ageri!laura olse, ivaro
I man ho vorkr bYt the dty or ation toI ythe erectio of a magnificent ot theSpanish fleet. Headvised andthey steer eler of as they all parts of tue *insular. u
ee reftrsesto spad his money pubio building. Two Qf ,the citlnA against oar and urged that Cuba be ro- have plenty of tltei s aewn or.
0itsy poile ae him stingy. a were generousm enough' to donate l iqished, if, neessary,g t i:t, avert a -h e Pent---- o"The ,veoirnnetii,'

4/ Whh illi o 0n e .:er ,plte# 'pT' vaIlhable a building pite t to .whq the wr with the United State is ad-. The.farm e of Texas are forn ng a spends for lithogra "
S oeno hr i inve.tments thy. people of Galnueville wi I f Ieel thnkI 'vice was not heeded. It was only trust. They began by forming union, ing $210,000 a year. tinga.die,.
She is ons at. ... '"ii 1. when the verge of .War had been and 8,000 of these now existt, with a
/ -- The system of free "mall delivery, reached that the Spanish government total membership of 40,000 They are hen your fried or ighbor ii
hOtransiberlan ralrad has the whih will go into effect on iFebroar idicated that it realIzed that Cuba to form a 8tate organizati 1 thte neeI, an ounce of ntsi-ianeaihorts i.
lp^astergUtns of any ra in /th.1 l.Io another recrgnil tin froo the high was iot worth the rifice. It was movement is to be inetait aly itnd
'0 and an migrantt, s buy a authority th sited tat goe? to ,te huthd dthe SSpanish ..... govern- in connection with the Far, a ,pou o, '
a l will low him to et that t ln.sille I deserving ment listened to the common sense ance. Itis prodiete d .tha l the new or-' A THt EATENED FIRE,
0 1:,ra e l i,0 ibes whih takes nearly Thlq will' prove a great advantage to advice of such menas Admiral Cer- ganization will get into polities. A T
ee week r aou ur tten and one whh w wth vera nstead of the fatuous prompt- House belonging to Robert dohnson
-1" -'- '' out doubt be appreciated. i, o ngs of men like Cardinal flierrote y P P. Barnum once said: "If you. Hau,' No'th Gainesville, in Danger.
under the 'law ofOngress requiring Gainesvill.e nso ' that the times of -$taR~s be glven to Ohris omas presenting thdformof recog- issue of war and have served its honor cle and $9 for the advertising. an uitd 1 et4i4 4 of 4 0 number i the cities :
aval ips of the first rate, all th ni by the outheastrn Tat As- far better than it did by engaging it a out-talk any man but a printer. T. n s iof r n of r aueoi h aturday'.
names of States hvo hboeetused exotipt isolation as a basing 'point for selling conlliet that exposed its hellolessness, man who can stick type and the next ul mog thir, w,,uldlh bet n a etd''
tah; I roelawate, Nort'h Carolina, ticket~, with the result that this osea- anot which led to its ttter ho- mourning talk toi thliousand, li eu, hiilm'! rio t.4 o lh4 rat rwo i0 grent lOSS tO0
'Both Caro. i.-'a and Norh "akota. son tickets may be purchased foim miliation. '. I am talking to one, is the mani tehat I l ,mis t,' r,, r .! a'rt Johnso t,.
;"os in.th......r an .y important point .in .the United ,'.-'no afraid of, and I want to be i i a, u Oil ., 1r b 4 lr1 man s an
S Thia IaSot originaL ht it .is g od States' o. Galnesvillo and return at a I'Thu btll dog has less brain develop, friondl"aer..
thimegift of Sle prinoely. are tmteth nOi reduced rate, tlus placing t.hitys oty on met'than thr, of his kind, v tio e 0 ro, 4 t an
fi ar gle gi' h a boy $.00 oke- the same basis with JacksonvIlle, S ko~s how to hold on. That is what An Indiana inventor declares tlat I \or
froffery theelyom sadvylee asod v"nrah~n4 Tampa 'This re.ognitIoa has given 'e.m lis reputation The he.has perfected a teami eugino, 'that 'eLv4ll4.' '4 0t
Sageg es dii for50,I000by a tenant alous I rthy ofs.,ooiat noote,an it greylound Istipter, the collie more requires no boihur. If this era of .z'l/44t ..... S- ', 04,o14 4h404 iouttage,
4 o la,, *ej,.d e Iisio e of hi# ,' bl*I so eti g. for 'which all three of istolignt, but the apanlel is' superior :io ontLio keeps up: 00 shall in tn,,' t,*/ ':,, /, ": ty for'.,
,w- -.tled 'of'he'. se cities o a nt, ededlftor n many years. tion ad ia oste Iny iog Rus- have .a :horseess and loi rl 'I ,' 4 4h h t.' ut, t, i
'h" ....- ...d, 1 .Ohri 4 e h eauy but when h' enRglu bustling to a chemical hydrati u-' rl n'(.4 4- c r
luxty yroathtannual per e soapita io h Pliaselhia has aronia.cud 'dkssibol i cles iot let go nd en d t rovig an: tutomai. r 'I. '' .'h
p rtt wption.. ofhiol. .pbiss grindtdini ly t. i $ ,a)b ii niig b or te outh o .lho Sn tliig ot. th of w tt rCs '. liquid at t smol ,''' ''s .'
ospeo fhoo en mood one-I'f to m' cloe' ,f t1h0''yoar, 'n ti \\ id 1 log I IIul. coun'ylo his Iihb lida, to .of i' kin' ethnet
W OO1 at0 wd t .i.e t gaiI. i f sith t,,elsto t he 6tn ,'g sa it 'n'atit tort .iit h' 'h's ir. .l ,ntt&

/ #C4Ots the. 4201i15040014bop on of 4tiotit hies Iii" s t 1,8 ho uIt : ,I hu 4 t x Ind*e y o, It' 111, 144 0/ 1 11it I l 0 tin n o'id&,ri',a nd0ana 'r Ft r ank IA'
1 11d ftFilloIe th u t o nh ut aiil' b"iti i i -I'i.- .. ....... ; .- ...l ,I'i.i y. h/ .' I.l '

to 'r d a l lo t.he o 1 I 1 I t o t l I:. t y .....t y d' ..' .1 60. ., 0 4 .oa. .
.1ig '0t a: tloI 'A -,..' ',t o'a' 0' ..'43 t5 I s1 a4 r Id ... .. ft' l. r 'e .. .'.:1 1 .'.o ... '.' /, '. a i,. I
0et'unoo s o te 'tfh's 0 (4,1 410n, o f(te4 rotr 4 0.i' We v Ii 001.0h 4vt e, wn 111(00 to.0100414' 4( 01/., /M 44010/1441/ 44pe (s II -0wh

t 4o '. 5o, 4 4 ';v r 4410 0a atthoero eare A aan it ti1o 11 /
ea /tet0lh h 4 t 0 00
I 14'J' ciii t'4 tdhasketches of, the Deep :CityhIh-
A44 i.ll,.43 lti 140' teri / 'lOof'i O/ u0b a4 ~it 544( 44 4// / /44 o-0400/0',ob 4'4"'41' l/4..411'4 44',l
ii i't''5 '' i~lO0'0l l~i~ 00~~ 0411'4 ~401' boott ta ini i. to it Oi 6(t11810 )40'/n' ,~4 ',1 t 0(~44 4 4 '/ ~ /4"
'1 0 $0 it rt ey gg eSo o jat 'Isl 1m Iu. 4, t.i 4'ti t / '~'/' 4 ItI' / /.'44 t~n i11 no doubt1 1 //l 40 411 "'C S".' "1
t~ 'Po01044.t/l00'uie(/~l4'/I rt4htlrtlkoI n a short Ili)10 Ve400 1 44' rag- 4444/ Ie/" 4 ''/ 4 '' '' '/4 44444 4 / // ''l 'nd'etn-/
41. h4' 50 t't0(l~ ~t 10 4,/ -~ 0 0' ot'Soittioo4 Inor1 4 1defe' nse4 benefit ot 4' to the~ 40 4/ 1


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"54ttt' mid i4i"ekle 4Ia anbe that '$1)# / frsobloli o seter '4'o02Seenfe ed oproohI5 5ing 1,00)p0 pp'l 'Mr.' /i
/ it f ws64 4 *t g e a M earag "4, 'A# pt8 bo W' thi ene'hotl Aeccotdis g -toe pieosimui ry govern- losoat
Aoi tp*a a1* i twi (pf hhi 1, estioate, the a Owi os.eti top ask

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