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:
UF00079930:00863

Related Items

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

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ElJRn iA ltiryllorn,
watiniig te ndntmie a i
:.0. 0.. h & G ."ckp rkominoy cheeks d bright Te W : M g lanT th.
'lij WiAet eriTerm iLonday Q 'ey teadediaitihe 00si.v w O ? u gra o lived In lso rd unty thirty ear and

PUPIiiSRnE ALL OFatTyHE. SHd OAS L
gcinrespond ',to, $ etts o ows NighOL"
ppor'Intenijent Guilartis of East For. -E 10i It on, it5COM ,n JUSt They Arescloan and At c
Se nt ouris the arniv S ee oentn a uber of prominent A dn p



One a ih l the it is
Goth su oodl T were favorxpect idtl btter thain Scott's Emulston we are tt indge by the erood which r,
tive homes for the holidays, ig r0 COTT OWNE Palrt Yor oar, ne a reg a clean ndE
tprle -a' fwrdro s' e i th "e



turned. onest one, ad__everthinisg just as (RAIN ESVILLE, F110111)
Se liams, superin: .te'ndent 'NEWS FOM' SANTA E reai he m et he Our business strictly confined the various detail inaident to the o
h?.. as aare gentlemen of refinement, and are with thas business. We make a specialty of ie preparation o abstracts an
S i"there itts apparent at the ofenitg So inr.. .tn ltems From a clever as it is possitile for people make exhaustive investtia tion of titles We represent p roperty-owners inal
i lam th e instartu tio. f the o*tud t That Place'" to be.: all matters pertaining to the assessment and payment of taxes and there-
as othe a lld thh erirrk t ol ho sh a red to verone
~i oiener the e ow term w ltha de. Santa e Jai 4.-o Ch rist i with T te sn will tomorrow give a full an of outstanding ta sales When you ne prompt and reliever
lneoy n r h e itline call on or write us Notary ,ublis i0n oltce.
S natr toa pll geatdea holidays as pssed off q ere. escrlptionlif allnthe attractions. t ols iarter, th fam us
in educational liues, ahd Prf. uil. Th pepe seem beonher ua be regrttedthat space fOrbids t B. R. COLSON, Manager.

A: t the n o l the isvilGraded and High aimerss tu ckpersrnaturd t thehoSr hon t Show +is 'assured to everyone

i thoug r tl ragd :h e:: h w T a o li tlue. n rdu te *al Brd w onea otrybf-on wi lp epaea freetiand will noodoub-



ea l nicoI patte d o hpiunk -P6 rpils 0f clevcher o t e Ro kel i raw a laraesr itowo tope p e Maekeeen o the 8hr i e In eti ai n tprp ry-w e
in, stttiho.ol, .where th id. olomo d rent o w in





holid s with opar ts, re erael l S : : .
f:: olt nearly f ivehu nertl l dition S i ason, pa t t rep ring ,n, t f
: a r its'i th .' h'si. n es pleupils seem ll tofl o h ki i h ,g who Pero. Niholas e Carter, e the amo d -


.l:exnra n. no w I Snve tats t trsu io
ossesse of n dI al imnlnat ion to aol.uon a y, high d ite, will make a hgh diveoat i o )t. complaitT
Save.he oppue ulttort tml$ n term, andlt bn wrli p ihe reai4 ad 8 o'clock p. nh u each day, d v inngt.




$ thpugtlne t r ielln lt'MN.r, 'ra Mi s B eo chllobtona wiolpe a nd wlolhr proe d o by LB
,(iIholl eantip at d df thee pepohile tholbeen preing tha s.. a r owd to, teSOe : oCf the.
I cailin t I nt's abolran to e ti d tc l attention. to'e .
SA*.Mn o 4 a''s 1r o o idfi gs f rl0 lien % es' rete reois ri, ctt thRI -'th-re Ast- a law ai_ _st_ _'_clean i_
A Nigh W#1 l T..... 'a l/r 'I'' ': he school' rup nty, iA**, n*, ..o.. DISOBEYING LAWS' u l .5ntasn,8i, t..u.u.* .. ..;
Ate n r th; +Woodir. kal ir w+ork tile
e;Goul evll rs nd ra. '-knighth : Tttles rose e. hdi lion an :i l o -L tbe ve arne ,

a'i l zndfat orTe.,' l l ated ihg the fat e 'Lea her ,pt t'crtt i n t persecution o the I ar
a hitho.Iw hdae bokt ;w wd:ahitir t tyn, d Oned Agreait deal ot esom paints bern i "e
7, i.et f .o .hopn rin g e l, Pi iii ceso it o t h a t issr tt e N o r th G ei set viul







Htavadf bal ngda.h r0t, rnedt Sturdh. frig811ht f whd tsi t"ce ebio ,ng the proerty 'he pRITE FOhlaPAlF'IA
reoa *1the ornednl s al t e ri l iedfi wi i th the.e will esti on s i r e thus i endangering loso of -
S r t : ts To Any resth p











the IounVy tc the totrhine feat c om lu 1o1f b1, whit hurt g about / 0 0 0 018ttinatib 1
e ?isr of .lir. a a n le o ther r t





Whol cured m.e and peo le n re their regri ttha,,,t burning. \ b r ... 0
Srl 6nnd. Vrol a C rtrhs fa, mon an d 'pupls arel thes igfre t orsno meadows dn nV
A ntall d gtoros, wei lpleaOed wi ththe ir teaoahers. except at certain swais of the year, rasP L.. v
SDEATH OF MR M'IRWIN 'Miss sltie Clinl, the able asistlnt nd tho penalty is a severe one.. 111
: the o Dant OFe oI w, h e Only w k eine person e fire
................. wpoopdutiul thelri h d s n, and O S i 51,

: n.Former Ornl o f ll n a tvile P rssed sptr "the olid tIs ind Brardte .i oodsn in .North Gain.e iill, WRITE ....
.. Awayi Hvanit, Ouba,'S untly. 0ounty, returned atura y. 'She n when the fanc enclosing the property WRT F i PAT1 t w1
1 at, oerft ar trp ^. i ao t y olot' T 'oen y ars I Jolt s i ewasoIf. .thIe
I I tenbiurg O Monwil t iay received. 'hro t i h ne h of~ t hoa, t iona ln eu tirlyty be r, .yd ln nd had it nit W e 0
pnool -.rilwhi'i which tL U laen I hc '4l otl e 0
Aiett r, e no l at ion that t 'e willed iH rs, the rid enc, a l ive room A l .
S .tI Me lrw hi,+ wtih .rMa re i orcroop. I .






: : mdrr ath tthe or in of anhtp lt inormrld at ye t ) r l ay n "t Lnhtiaid a liwrs of .hy, would, n(tJ T i To Any pl'dre br .h W M '
: t. Mbrwio .tlco nugh fem olSnu- Ieoe rtry o h:ir t hor ,u l, t u
so:unds i, 1 i. 4 thl e county;:, thM o tp de trih U Wn feaT, c-hn- oi ab s i a examinati-n be- t
se d w well noWl r 'i thils theof tltat noogets to rah -e a wet t ty, 0 r for c
ioty, aNli the infrn 'o his h ieath ,.islo i herop fiohtlL for their want, Hi, C>uit uwas Moly by tho .tl, roi ---- --A- .. .ccetl.. pi,
It mostheroiten; ending
LY (irri gtby: hi s i a nyrn e finl e t a y i rithr i ll l roi l trlo t]>at tht' hIouilmei o of 1tetlor I T Tton t- hosl o f 'h
919hra 0nt, r 1n hod 0t cr. o upy 4 the ^oo.t 4 0< 141 1 n ko b m+etu 0tn dj I -Ar I r at e a .. of ) A
9h4o tha ti f A e W Iii otile d s itIn hior tomurn .d h| i.'; D 1.1. LE"V 1 i ? r .
.. Ftv'tn.n l r h lvii y Lo ,r,,! n Ue. wa, ,u, r f tliitnl, lloi., h but l,,,i ,'<,,,oir m thsll ,,l< l,,r ,,,,,,,g ,l,,. M
,Lie ; oo nh'.io ittiiwi4'i ri' r tA i i SAVANNA .. .(,,

h: a "W. t hl 1Wtl itt'. &ll'oRtig iOn tJlli o jt nir T e lcs op iai d.row, ti .hrvi [ls Iv be SO',
Uod'th LW. lb tiyer io, dh' lu; tdi i hi R hnrtis l d4 lth' Wor. n lthi ll an t s ha o' Ten Years In ed. ,B
the lpdeopleththibI ,tlbs l/ 'e l Ti r --- -
p- 7'W lot Oab. l t t lbu r on te t owl t a ltuss l ta n r Vel l udh th o S u. A, O kvi. 011 6 6)....an t.l.n y .a.........tio
Th'' e rsma,,lis wtil eb ahiiut 'l l',l n tn hW its 4 f ^i 'i ', l ,ourn ti bil Havh nam leav.mtul that city trdt', .l l,, ) s"l< $11oodWorft th wnsfet t ve '^E \i.w Y R v\, rTS thO'U l 1uhl nN' n
.- U- (_)- ..v .- iA.. (.I1t,I ver FI ,,
'ao .: di' *edO tnr: '. 'o Mayf Ito r m i hn o itiii le t1t0 1 'tri t -d iif t ,i 1 o skill 't.iil aLitn e i lt 'y nr
AU4,' a a ilhghtAlar d, d r t \t-bi Itihis.ri -itsd t tii, Ar It' Iuit tiini dreon kioi .lld I l, to t i tA
ate Idi y careugh hf' p t a h 'te ry 'on Cirlrnot iat e i t t ii 1 A 1to 'urg i' >' g1
Wtorsin o thati al alarm a Of ml atnuI h .nht 'i e t Th i, l o e Atis its'.( liiAol o n hierlo y o W. 1
sor'rd lriketltken hi. 6f sD d ,l.h.E.i.,li eiile, ,lpate' '. .- AQUItET NULE DAY It yAIl. r t.. r "Inoll o .a r to'tle. '..v
a.d.:i S -rit\ardisy.101hth tiiiwhen, tho fotlllenclisina the She ivat; vutirhuFORf POtn (rt A ,1 'I
i....d: ,port"A. '9.A ... f. ..t u r" *~l l-;tl ie (jr *. '* ''' '. "a w
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l a Wry prom i rn 3, (ten7y for 'h. l4 t5 ye
qIPRS", 4^ ^^his irettt on tat tli^ve ima pserfectf htett-t lt 21 I.
I a t.i.r.e th, numbth et 7 *trati)sAktio +nd itAhO. ltia iAo n lt 1 F e t r '
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o W Weoather of Wint
In NOW 7o0k,
B P IN THE TEMPRAl"

Maa s the 0 a 1trnl States, 1p
t ildet Weather In' FiVe Yet
and Travel Seriously In
ru Thereby..
r; 0Jan. m ;-Whetn t4
ern th.ermobimeter reached 4
: 10 ""t' '+o'llo o' this mobni
all d. welthler reeordl, O1
18 '-6 degrees below was"
c er e:beaten .
ermometers in various 01o
i i ts,'of the city went seven
de j64 lower, d4 'in the s0bu

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.leua la d ,q t ta
a low minutes .
1; to*f heavy snow h Oen, 0.
te 'a on upand tie 16bS pa




lyl ertere m inute T 1 3atit
r' s eftedof heavy snowkn l bpetn oh
Ith 0 and. many local triva wd


barely 4favigable, whil9 the Harl
river for the first time in eight yef
t a ldoneo above Mcaccom
dram bridge at ..a nd iwared and gr
tyfifth .mreet.
ierry boats and tug were sw
out their' courses oy the drift
and ,very ounce ef pa'ier In 'tht
S reqylai to reach the slIps. Hare b
whiet land a4 the battery 1fad to 1t
.. batter lg ams topai'rs t the eie in th
i. ps, dff Mails from the west and e
at .,from six to rserhours late. dr
.t to bhdme for tils so muchb
S bility of the locbatteromotvd to
Sdin up under the great ouuts
Soldp pisure.
The ..'!ver"s weather, too, was
ca1s,0 n unusual number of fir
fctw :30 and 8:30 t. in.
alarm, re sent In. Theo were


j dest in Five Years.
.aW on, Conmi, Jan. 5n.-T
;. W idest otorfiing In theo
rii -C' i. Connectieout. .From-a
|figilt it s o'clock this 'rnitng
rt' ompiter ruling In I
I | degree belbw ero. ,
S frepOrted .Och lower t0
praol t liowe.t am9oig them,
Ing t ry, 26 below, Traffc
us n' of the Ne'. Ybrk, N
'HaYv 'B ll,' rtford, was 'gain.
ly i e iOcdunt of the difficulty
Smaki .te .
4 Oro In Pennsylvania.
W i' r, Pa., Jan. G.'-,The r I
| perat dafis the severest in m
yeats. Gen :8untmmt the thermn
ster 28 degrees below, at 'I
hido, 2; at .Mountain T0op, 29, w
in this ity 14 below was record
Aleavy deatp fog accoipanied

pered, and while the demand for e
i# great a04 many comapnies N
S'een unable 16r a week to make de

foul: fast ,entgh with steam and
ter.ptpes f lld breakerto ec

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I.L. FTA., T A J i :AN t I .Y 7, 19.4.


th A i t blowhet]
^^ati^^; 10,44 a holow. :cK LLUDuS n

T.ttk Y. -n b(040 16 ow.
HAVY OVER'AST,
eo re 36 s below zero
Along the Noi.rg bay section of thle Ruuian Reply to Jap4 Not
HudapP riyar it reglaered varloualy Reid
ftom 0 to 36 degrees below. Yet 0Roeve. v


E UNDlR A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Ort
or Ptore County Man Jailed Pending 'an
ar* nvesti.atlat,
ter- BlaocakShar, Oa;, Jan, 6,-John Manu
ning. a white man, 'Who lives in this
county a feW to miles from Offerman,
ov' is cia ed. wIth: the murderot his wife,
be' whigl i paid to th v occurred s1ein
W. weeks A~.'', t1I.. tory is a : compli
Wae cated one, ;ad bids fair 'to become
, more codilplicated still.
Manunig's wife was a Miss Rogers1
tly of Waya~ county. The pair (lid not.
oral eton..we., and there were frequent
t ouirep '.l A few woes' ago trouble
W *a$* roi eyed, and t the, midst, of it
i ro ot MaOnhiiog"y ais, atd to:
o! 44*i44' ved On (the: .pcee.: His
I.; b9ethe6 ilied to him ai )4told lhim to
Sg r dotort and .,I' towi minutes
al later'cailed 4 dt0 1 that' e ahiti f
yed g iasl0' wife waulsde. 6. f
om t lS 4iy.'e the .body '.was .nterrtol,
TI but susplqiopsi having bfee skaroued 'te.
e'p oau.Aofthe ".ciromnastances of. tMrs.
uiP Mahig~. death, an Inquept was or
to dereti. verdict of the jury, it'.'s
,td r e e0rg,, e uloldgu id .' .
W siUen tly, Mrs. Manning's peao-
Spie, .bein isatlsfled.' hdail the body
Hn- exhiuted, and a further inquest was
Ipas held. The jury,. after investigating
era the case, returnedd a verdict charg-
lem Ing murder upon the husband itIt
a 's, is reportedly that her neck was brok-
ib's en.,
'FiMt*. I uag's people, so it is said, will
have the body 're-exhumed and exam-
relt Ined by experts in order toestablisl
ice that Mrs., Manning' did not die as(a
W'as result of. violence at the hands of he lw
ats husband.
urn it Is charged that she died as a re-
ouir sult of.a large dsoe of strychnlne,
Wast taken with silleldal Intent, and to ee-
)ow tablhb that fact Mannlng's people
as. have had tho sotliach retotved and
to forwatdlod to Chemist Payno for alln
41d1 alysis. .

thil COAL BURNING AT SAVANNAH.
'es. --
120 Efforts of" Firemen to Check Flames
all Prove Fatal,.
Bavainnah. Oa., Jan. ,-.-A.ll day
ltong Imremn have I) veo Ighting a
great (i)tal (fl)r at. thie whalrt of thoe
'hias Horiilnan .oai Ctti l imnber (coinpany,
ast The .liro wa1 discovered t, 5 oelocit
iAd. j. 1.last ,iie} of coal. on the wo irfar
the It' ias ialid tlre were two cargoes of
,hls al ln. the ,ile.. Its ignition staldi
in- to have ben ldu to loApurianeouLs ConI'

)be StrBanii of water are Ifng playiitd
on ipon the ili 4 att a late hour tonight
reaw With litt'tB )pro) pect tof rta being soon?
deo 'qluenched. t'ho firemen have wforkeld
of In cold so bitter 'that ..ce has formed
upo1 .them,:. The hfirs chief and hlN
assistant have both sicum.bed to thti
cold., A boat underneath the wharf-,
emrI ftom which the firemen were figlht'.
any Itig the flames, capsized, precipitating
o' Its ocunpants into the icy t watele.
Ill' The fire hurined through the wharf
till antd muie burning coal dropped into
ed the river.
th e L : I: .
am DID HI8 WORK IN BROAD DAY.
ve Neg,,o Afste'd at Savannah foB Bold
Itv Robbery.
the Hk ,atb,' (I,, Jan '. .1:"-WI, .'M
wa 'Wll i-MOV1 :r was arrested'for-wh6io
ol4d .salolrw ry iHe had, been system
att.l+lyr;tobbin :the .grocery war e
aouee'e ofhe Plixon Bror 'cones tpaey
e '*otuld boi- y: drive ip, in abirt
amn siee tilh'A order book, and w, rt

o *Q! ,loaitg his w and passershy


0EAR PREPARING 'FOAR ACTION,

Estarn Situation Grows Ire om-
plicated and It 8eems Tha~War B6,
tween Japan and the CIza Coun-
try la Inevitable.
Toklo, Jan. 6.-The Rusaiau reply
to ,Ja'tan has not yet been Oreceived.
It is reported froni ViadlvoltOck that
the Russlaii squadron thert is pre.
paring for actoiti.
Official dispatches sent f tn TokIo
to ,Parl lats yesterday eOnigv bnK y
the minister fr10 ore.iun alira had
not received the Rustian rIrAy up to
that' time, The hofletale .e OI -
olued from this that Vivero Mexlefi
ie awaiting anu oportun tmienst to
sent it :It direCt wot had yet
r en, received from "St. -PetersbugtWa t
the reply had been' forw dedi but
hiet ltraIcita l'TeVts to heo etoect
tiet the anawer hal be at .4aade are
eonilderod Correct ', :. ^ '. ':
Wi wl to the absonceoe of det(0l o-,

tore are careful not to lorei.a tn
0pinlio0 as to the outcoe,i butthe g a
oral' tone o t comment ki oitio cir
ides as slightly, les hopieul.
The p most 'sFgnllocant feat1 of the
dispatch from Tohlo Is the statement
that Japan is hastoning final wrepara
tion for -a fur more R Vte0~ dts d-
.patkih of tvopm to Cor(a t1r Wt rit
contemplated. The overumn nt has
Itno dOilced toC send an armiy'o! t'ot
000 nien organized as two divisions,
to Corem. This Is more than double
the ostreng.h tf tho 0 expedition first
eontemplatldI and rq(Uira' tro a large
fleet of transpi)orts and extensilVe ir-
rangfemoents, Which are proceeding rap
idly towtrdts (ron)plotlon,
Tho destination of this rirniy Is ox*x,
pectod to) bo n ioutlirn r'oroa, pIalrteu.
l.Hrly I llsart atd Vo "nlipi)lio. It Il
uln erIl(, oo d .It h1',A thatlitst ll ti woulld
not object to l ho oxpePitr).r, but tho
inagtltinl(e Lof lhe xpl)edltlOis riuleon
stol l o il atls It).to whel r iltiUtAa Will

Rujiors' are in Ecirl'talun at. Mar
ateiHin'a Ilist t Priineh nfvl .divhhiioti,
cO1ni)offt]c of th, hlItIlnCorl criIa.flirs KIi-
ior. ml)ltwilx andi Adilral Alb)e andl t e
tunrret hip HufTorn is ioloutt to re olve
ordiiorglal.t 'iaitl tortho ar Ia at.
'ThO rlopoite however, cihnot bo conl'
ihbed u her, but th.hro is a roaso to
>I.IV(e that, the naval alhriKltil *Ie ai'
onsidelllig thol disposit ion ft tnhe wair
ships in the ovuot to rit, rlilos turn
I the stationn, T '1hih 1t ialon Caluy
to thiet present small i*'rBiiCh:, havai
frmc hi it e Paciic, which a confined
t* tWo i *t.ip<)r'tsant vs(la +

O. N FATAL XPLO N TN. ,':

FoTirte0n M aen K llied: n N Itrgtyoarln'
"' F Woio Te zngliands., :':
P en.oi ), 1iFnglina(1l; Jan; 6.tur

fi t e M fn oten.w 't rKa, td f olN r<
nltroglyceprtna"depaititin.en t,:'.thti, Na
tfopal Eixpiol Vd.GWorklf, 1 ail4If trimt
hero ":

A. elitd of. a, ictki. miOto dilh rly
v.Wry *. wiin dew at $1., .i,,s mtS
front th scne0.(of tbhe., e/fl,t, w'qt.
ofttau red ..hy ati t .rtfl t te w a rs te .' ..






athe Pett'ainefl.,<.
.:2,:F,0NiR'.06 w4.ToATH,


14#1 04; 11t Anl

m


CO ,:AN PO, t' .*
,Pri ', a LtNe i
1oi kil, Thi 41Thw .opati ,tlnR
4l'trOftaus, in atto interview, 1ai he il hf
geod reason to bwtweoe that the eii-
gotiithIns betwt'en nlorea, the United
itatea/artat Brltain, Japan Anifi tft
si( regarding WVJu aftdi tiph<
will result iun the opoling of thoseo
port. tit ah early date, usl$aI, lO
added, is still olpotilng the openit)ng
and a l t Ruaaista troupp have Ocou-'
Died .YoKtganipho, but he belavtd the
nopgotlatioLnti would torminato iu a do-
cltlon lavorable to to h views of Oi'Coea
an4d the power eutrlng the op'e0blngK
or' the ports,
Come, tho charge. d'aftlret's 'further
de.inrlud,' would over agree to Riws-
sla's 1roposoul to establish a neutral
ione In northlte' Cornoa as it would
prejudice the 8ovoretiuty and Integ.
rity of Caor0a, which is.guaranutoetd by
the Aghlo'Japanese treaty.
T Teigtapht') advi cs receivetit ft'M
Boul by tlhe o charge d'aftalre a oi latc
.as two. days ago, did not imentlo the
posslbllltyi of Japan landlhIt troops at

Coa's relation Wlth lRusia and 3qa-
pan were frIm'iily anti the iirgo
t.l'affalroi ttId ,(1 ot ell6eve wr ..'Wti01
rouiilt frorn the preu'ent egotiinU~nloi.

CHICAGO THEATERS CLOSE

Many 'Attractions FPorced to Makq
t Oter Arrangiments.
.Chi eago, ity' collltcil having mid tho
uptning oi' any th(iLrsn liilde of two
"weeits illp'Iobbl)o, thile ianagJtril o
tlhe aUti'&ttioni now h0ore haeo begun
tholr tiurltigouintA f'ortho plt in.a of
thIli' eoinmpC(iii etlseowhor.,
Hlinry W. Savage, of I10 tho YA0 et
('onti! organ ization, ctllied1 the tiompa
ny aind lItorinme thetl that a woeeo
tl' rof t, wob01d 1)h takio n htire it full1
salttry. Thi l (o l h tbakolr will rqunali
cloi0d ni Utl it 6ll1 nn ih' 1aeiprth0ln0d what
thiC rn vlboi ordlliialw'f w il rIoqtllio. .
ThI? Wiii' rd.ald Vol(iC l:, 'oIII aiiy at,
'tile 01.e(1l Northokti l.w ll leave t h ,ity
toialy, T1'i lioCitOlnilanl, to havo pror
eonfeild '"liohbtn liool" this wook at Me,
Vlilfrs. uSi Iilvotilnlltlg' thoh 4,'l'tricdil
1 SIu < > I r M.r'<, r '1 who wi o o haio at)ltw r,
Od 1i, 1 lii, (n rkiC hItifs not dwhilo- d Wlhat
will If (I 0 dtio ring n tho fiortlllKo lt shl
WIIs to liv o 'liwnt lhroe, it .i undop
t tood that Mr, U. Brady will Howld '"Thae
.t'", on0 tihl rland ioxt W5'1 .

To Form an, Aesociatlon.
*Now York, Ja1 0,-1-ort1l06 > Preml
denrt Wilinam Kin$t. of tl< Meihailds'o
aiisoeioti' i,. t s lI-annet to stirt e'.
1, 0o l1;n* i nxtimled tor throiighoti
the s6oth and went, with A view to tf'
'AtthiCat, ,o Ir othin.oof Ntltia M-r'
'hlti'tti"' etei 0'ilii()fll Altihoji^ no doti
mite plan ,' union h5a biO n foriulat.
I I, 't. i n: tht plirpoiRo tO ti0a eil0 thi
feasit6ljty ofT MI.h a C& olombitti with
5txI ig locl or~a1iuitimcl. Itio toln at
tloiuig in moiefhants to .tti.,:nifute.r .o

..Operat'ion Proved F!,ta,
.t;o'hiago,, Jian fl .- Frak lddges
Cila k of l)vsnaten, |il., 0On1t1O private
4sseruttury iA) ttn lontiral ~.aein Butleri
lt d'.dI at 14t; rancn hospll, :folU.
Ibe wif a >iy'. matiahr In the U nitis
states navy. t*iu 'R0o he' wa aP,
offtellat of the Ueieral [Cticetrir rso- I
pA,(, .a.d thef. Westitghbue .Ii ,ctrid
"maiupanya.tit Wa hiitbea. D C. ).' t r.
.l('ltrk ti srvived by wife aun *i'@mFM
c th tir+ ;., : '.e

4.. ;, Japan Stuy Warship,. '..::
Now Yort Jab f- Th# W4Vti;til
Captain f.r~tt, hasih en or eutd to
p' laCed to ^ 'y ds, afi'4 ik *ii

Datok front Valoaliao. Chsle. It '.


New Orle.as*kO Thhrow .,. ,7 .


SHORTS ARI SENT TO COVan,

ln" C5eBent City the Mairet *C 04*it *
Most .Excitd Over Readitlf 'of the
eo.luS Buroas's Report of Cottet,
Ginned to Dooember 1.
New, Orleans, Jan, ,*--The 6tton
market Was turiouasly active through- .
out tihe 'niorin. 'The'o surprsl gly '
bullhlih"rLiverpool cibl08 threw the .
market into an uproar an S et the I
short to cover, The second itur-
ptlee of the' day came with the read-
Ing of the c donsims bureau, report on
the a."ount of cotton glanned to Deo.

'hie 2most enthueliaatic buils' d(d not
expiteasiv r uou.thh u f ~u d 0,006),00 b .t, .
oand *thoie i oht leselt'
prices" ulp ,'boit. hilt :..cent., At o ... ,:.

higher, titan the b oll e hlf ytei-4a
tJ r' t I r i aif 0, p a sq k I 0 ,
pi' bllleade .was thile ioat A-: .
aigrmlveoflthe and L it oondl '"t
My t purca-eR ooi%.esteratd 4YWore
onormotius 114'liti or th Intatti u ti e
T0advanes i of the tasit two daiyasm,: a
'made tihe.'. bll. hitle ait mil.tor
doine lara. 1- O" ro ''' ae' -'a
Late 'Im the ,,riB.i.^t,: i M h was .
)ortt Il14ther tl l!h ie o4 01 o t, yet .
tr ty At .8' i tSniMy tr y 7 .8polith :' ..,
*hghi.orn tlir.,2r and Jluly wa an it it e :ld
h -ut ... ..... ^ 03 : \, g t j. :.:41-



.Chichag', .Jan, .,-b A po a l .r s'll g
:tt;;* ,n o.utit^e yodf t : riretd en: ilia. o ...:, .:
bjuy mayd be calod to .nvaieltd
.ropnslbllty for th e rInogiilclr li ,'" :.e

'1he .proposltlon has' been" dlaolirneua....
at a confernno between State Attor- '
n.ey *tlnoi tand COrosioll'r ag ,er, dand .
thn daoeiloiti wqs'th.UMat .listant ttta'1$"
Attoiney bWineeM shall be dtalled to '
?anvassa th1 0sltUatlhn odaY when the
corotUe titles up his piano for the ln
quoet.
Th0 coronr wflfl henpact thle rulTo) ,-
,l6 thlin thator during 'the day, after ,
WtIch 'theio pllt' prosecutor will t
t Ivmi ~'en otie lI ttt h .ev to.
be doduced .at tl, Inquest.


loti a, toa to, ,.mnaf ,if malm ^d'**i
.rnwri: jury. The roegiar p4hIe' '
fhIllbeo h( o tl l)ened o0n Jan,
docket alreoay eavy,,;,:
. Q' iN t AL M.

.ttNew ntAme':prs Ul'a Wai a






tnto nit inont', US, ?lo a
of the Wouiif bt jil.




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:46 n t f's basi op.*st Sz9lt ttidNW 0
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N'Mlntilperi, sq ,SIt
9,ga w;th :.h**; deed,1 *^ *gl^ ^ I4^ ""1
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wtng frlepi
le of thoi
raan WAI


tpee'to
W, laid


On S'Unday to A Jail
t* olsougeg'atilon at

ll ahingto
t es around Mt
^ ^rt~f~a and' I
toows tnia at
honie 1>1 honse and ootnl
iyhe4, a Mnl that bli wIfe
tao ilihteoues. io la Is re
6u glstpauao fromi the elt
'A TRONO SERM
itfeago PNator on Lrsoi
$W t York. Jar. 5.-Pn
p1)(!pnt~:he s lion La
41 WjLof(140 fr.D.
99of that ctty said:
1 weO are inve
tI of the (hiCago s0digA
wetl tou enlsr4 A
to to It that lite Is
isctniu~o~pyluls, si4
_94 wththr the w40
ii q w th t 1tr
geteftit is tiqt greft
(c.Wa illsn thiaathes '


b MZ# 1. 1're40l0f.to,
I Anthracite Mines Reume.
1 b 1. All 4M Wl .ilk rabarro, ., Ja.In. an--*
14d better,,'' ~$thro lines will reeume this morn.
4upright o Ifo r1 anuot or1404 0 ig fter n OnHi.les of ten dayn itl
00 rY *is^ BSUrel at oenoe work tall calcity t the
s.s ,94" fI etot eto, 4ll th0e0de tf0or1domestic
isombled Lizea whieh have auddonly run out
4ad Jja beat.use of te col4d weithor. They
SoNATIVE ON WA-AT'. re entlrely oitt of those i es .*n4
owedby. the u usu eual capndtio of famin*
al Ge(rmanny norm
1 h G b P ve ~Expedition, 0revalw' this arzd' avra other
a choir. Against lRboulliot Tribes. cities In the heart. of the ming re.
-Ms oldnati ves 'Of P German Now
i brrovd Gus ,.rose N.ov. 1, ad mAskered Bids Wanted.
urrNorh twoi 1 on eair, 4',trade, Dr. At thenextregulariseetng the
h11 t O te4 r i ;:I e g ,i ofIone r sealed
turn the a nd ten i y natie.i I.re'of coo-
A, Dualye 4 xuo"dition sent aIinsf vots for entilng year A Informa.
the nativ8 killed 25 :o the hostiles. tioi *'Oit4d eat t be oa, f 1m I,
s 'rf trozible arose from, 4 laid dis. C.'enton, t Irk. itht to reject any,
in town T.50,UT,40,s
REPORTED PAVORASLY, O______._0____ o_

wit 1oenn a W94.
jn,(o n *1.*^-1.^.,^- ^:^ 1" ".*. ^ 1^ '* .i:^


hfor brother, v to a, V the a t rratW)nat)or n
roileft -, Wiprea' "ferle'r- Quarles',
'0 Un4don, Alger, Cckrell an4 dPbtt#us the negtt-
. Treadtives, Scztt ai d 41kbui'r'. 18i1m,
tor Veootor aite a t p oeat, hlut wired
e 4ri'. his vo 'te to be rcided,.
,he OOsAppeai, '0 Phtif.06
iia;lor of thIhe Dail:y, a firtlu today, Is
~ ~ ~ a 'uls h w or~r e~saizt,
I rug iave p n a ltervi W aoor 0 4 lucb, the
at Hathlit w cor4espo 4e,4 had wi th ope Pilus
its whb he aipealod to the pbntit
g a ap- P bhalf o t ithe Ma .honIa -, "Pe1
the Metho. hap. I have done mot atdt the popes,
S'"tha you 'know of. 'I do 'at vints,
oage of the to iterfere n polities uislees I know
It wl e ~ta1frgo. uta
ite, atethe other1 yt4 r appee to
rOtught the prfepct 00 war and' laoodsse Ins oCt
isec Ca r 14 loiae t com Unirmulcated with Presl-
tif ad' booin d hAd petriaid 6oue reply from him."
lvylng goner- ADD CHICAV/8Q 0.
- 'Opl0ion of Chief Justice Puller.
.b, lWashlngton, Jan 3.-4n an opinion
by TileOt Justice Fuller, teo supreme
TYught y ourt of the United Statea today de
a s ermnon iot l iUae o the Uitod aato an d
gtilt by the that they are ontilod to enter tbi's
(leorgeo 4. couptrvy without ql truolon. The Opin'
i on wes delivery in he ose of the
Igztlti 'the Porto ck l Wtant onsloa1e who, in
ster 'l are 14108, waa refused *aIton to the
treabo to, it port of N w Xrk 0o th grotud that
tyI esth. was ifal to becdtin* a psubfle
ot. 1, tbort chartt. '-The .T isis was based.i ea
0 '16d, $Iey; on00,Uz0 taAVAtio f 40! 61 1891:
t liai's lpsh RI'an, oWe a11 tlf to Us.tAhenbfte4
ly 'ayolbo 0tatue and to t6 o thf verUnited
no tht w ;eo U ND tGMRAVE tHAR'C*.
4 but nl ow
at run w14e .Two Brothort A'stet P'er Car 'an
eti at f t %, Marcvlers in iioagv.
,rety- : l Q: ag4 th'OAk **Otto Rosit, SI
ady 1ao I d:st a ,4 lerias Res, eg
art Ia ()1 yeara old, h~hers of 101ll heetosi I


I t
t
sil


abt tolitneg
04rb in, pao
golo Vo ***
^.Itzg P eatc1 ,
in siio.dt^
4 lirNmidtra i'
btat Isp thet
1its 0tate I
-a'A* s&#a4


W. F. SEE B A,
W : ollesl and Rtall

LIQUOR DEALERS.



.r oes tiode ePRioaEo
|our Mtt express prepakt ........ .O

W. F. 8EEBA,
100 W. Bay at Jaoksonville, lF,



SJaokonville, lori'a

rlerohantlnunoh from, Ito;2p, .:,

fto WurhtgerB"r oaDruaght,


seais, Fh, Vhto Qsam e in se6sotl,
too. ler Pool, a l*.B a BoWIng
A067. 180 ,' ayt,B mt .
NOTIOM f)N 'm 2514mlNT.


"4 i, i ratvrne : "jne w y qar
Phlyio tto u 4s AMS)o )yolr aime on
-box or brrel nd mail u bill of ladlng,
Ppay frelht at hSping point. Our )
Ohar Ie tor torage is one leut or potand

f1pe4feoApnfdleneto, gleonreaatis.
faction and feel thtt our enterprise is.
ofthe reate beefothe farmer.

g Jr*In tn, r. al nea le, iFia









Bri o oug C ,

ripe-and itOher
ble that 6be"



T 'Pi







Te ersat FioriaSRem.A
edy, talked by mo're
than a million dollars
of Florid capital. Look
at the namieS of .the
gentlemen who compose
this company and see iU
this is not- a Sifficient
guarantee of merit.


Wix. 8. JORDAN, President, Banker
and Capitallst.
CHAS. BLUM, VicePresidents Whole.
sale Merchant.
J. J. WILLIAMS, 2d Vice.Presldent,
Commercial alosman.
B. W. SPERIttY, treaurer, Proprjitor
Duval Hotel.
THOS. A. DAVIS, Seeretary and Ma.'
ager, P'bliSeer.
D. Ii. M CMILAN,Vie.Presldet Con.-
.."date Naval Stores Oompahy.'
W, '0. Y-mISR, Presldent The Motto
Company.
E. E WES, Oapitalist and Lumber
. A. FIALBIOi, Gashler Banik of
adison.
T. O. SflW'T,. Assistant Cashiler Bank
of Madison.
A. U. W$, Oapltalist and Real E...
tate D ealer. : :...., .;! .,.
G0O. T.'OID(SOQ'General Southern
'Age uSN. YL Itisc0o.
D. P.' eMITE Tax Colle,44r Volusi
X.c BEARY, 0 ni !dito r llie
D.l. .McP O'0 e neril manager




Try 'Ao ttl and' -if it
pltsed 'wrte the c 60
p or or ny Oe of the!
above tlemen and
pt your money back. ?


th b h
and fle
deuiTe4


OLD SHARJE WnILLAMS
* Guaranteed 8 years old. By th
gallon $8,00, 4 full quarts $350.
EXPRESS P]kEPA "
GEO..J. COLEMAN RYE
Guaranteed 6 years old, By the
gallon $2.75, 4 full quarts $3.00,
,EXPRESS PREPAJI
ANVIL RYE
Guaranteed 4 years old, .By the
gallon $2,50. 4 full quarts $2.75.
EXPRESS PREPAIJ
CLIFFORD RYE
By the gallon $,25, 4 fll quarts
$2,50. EXPRESS-PRIPAI, :
OLD IKENTUCKY CORN
Guaranteed 8 years old. By the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts $825.
EXPRESS PREPAID .
OLD POLNTER CORN. CLUB
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the '
gallon $260. 4 full quarts $q,74.
EXPRESS.PREPAD;
SWe handle all th I leading brands .o
Rye andilou'rbon Whiskies m the mnzii,
ket and, will saveyou from 25,per cent
to 50 per cent oil your pirchsses. Send
for price list and catalogue. Mailed
flre upon application. -
THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU
LIQUOR COMPANY,
506.608ai 0.514 FOURTIl STREET',
MACON, GEORGIA,
Order Your
Whiskies From

THOS.M. RAY,
1 ALATKA FLA.
4tull (uiht.sOpala Queen ye...
4.f1u iwlts.(d|)ltOrowRye............. ''
4 u murtsM onorram Rye......,...... 3 ,:
4full quarts I'rlde of N. C Corn No. 2.
4:ul (u 104M Pride or N. C. Coru No. ... 0
All goodsaPacked in neat box, ca 'e
tyand will t t your ioliday business
and will treat You right, Send s meyour
order fro, prompt shipMuent,
Tnus [ RAY, Palatka, Fla

GEO.S.HACKER & SO
MANUFIACT(UIjEtus OF


and Building' IMaterial,J
CHA1 RLESTONx..., .'
(iAIuES oN
alh, Weights, .rld, Hail 8ro





CHARLES (1, SM.Tfj'"
P'ala ka, Fid
SIT'L",P IAL, Pll(E LIST. ,
ft' inter Rye XXx '
ld Baker.x .. .. .......
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nevpFauspecled tI atA sale was going
a% Itand V044:theAS a ^retdesQf,
ewas a gre lof, There were only thrq bids. The
Sto. be t sarated, Io' dfng ball w a started Oi the roll by the bid
tI o lo^0 fl R ohti orga of M of P, RBtl, who offered 92,500; this
ty and leasing of te county was foll)w6dquiokly by an offer trook
the meeting proved' -O 'W. w, L. Hill of e6,oO, t nd for a few
pi, .st" at t ; : omenta it seemed tha is t bid would
,eB present ^at this, net be the suestefl oe, as no one seemed
Thomas a 4k Comii 1ioners particularly anxious to pay more.
4 1e'y, Johnuon and Dam- H!-over, as a last resort, the plant
eb o" a full board. was bid in by Attorney W. 8. Brooime
e board had finally settled for Dutton & Co., holders of the mort,
Msinessa aftei' the reading gages, for $.600.
val ofa toAt' :the order of The history of the Hill Printing
eto., a resolultiop was pre Company ia well know to the readers
omnmiasioner amsey, and of The Sun, hnee it will be auneties-
^'A'' y passed desinatif The atry at* l thil4 time t P go ivto detoll of
ipast ,: b t.. s."' jjtHe samte. It way be well to mention,
sfr t year190 hould hoverthat the firm ope, Io
e iiess haeeaboui thrie years ako with
ext business was the opening of a Ce oitflt 'and .eellout proseects,
r the o'nt conviviotsa for the bt tfo some reason the venture has
",r there were three bids, neve p proved % fina.~ tala ueOis, and
w : H P. Du-tton & o.. (the e ~ventolls wnt intothe hands of a'
pp eseo) $15' per month, per receiver. The sale was made to satisfy
M, ooe, $180 per onth. laimheld agist the pany as ex-
Shita B. o Pn1, $1,4 1R Per gained aboqm h -o"Ptoy

1ayhe bidders, wede a.wrre MEMORIAL EXER.ooSES
tifcmroh'e for the ar J, J. Finley Camp Will Observe Lee's
ios in .1' 25V per month per .irthday January. 19.
In aoetrdanoe with the constitution
re iWas other business of, i. of the U,. D. o.,- the ladie of thie T J.
t wab hvtw will appear l. the of, 'lnley Chapteir wll hold memorial ex.
.dproeedhgs of the board in. ercise, ~m memorative of the birth*
4o.i.g issue, day of Gena pr Lee on un M 1y h,
*W at the court huso between the hourt
A OONOEA1,ED WEAPON. of 9:80 and 10d0a. m. .
ird Veos ve Years Old, The program will be as follows
Caried't Pistol. S Prayere by. Chaplain Elt of th
Stooewall Clamp, .' V., Address.on
H .rd Vpse':S wOll known nogro The l i ate of General Lee," by udg,
htbblake in this g ity, wag o arnitoad Horatilo avia, t ommanr at of Stone-
by Marshal Chas, Piukosonr at t e wa Camp. .
tour Monday' evening, and. wheon Prio to the al 'f Crosses of
searched a smithh & Wesson 82.calibre Honor upon va'ns, the rules of
revole was found on his piaonl. order will be read by Miss Semmes, an
Notwithstanding that Delgose is only' honoredd member r of the J. 3. Finley
about twelve years of iage, it 'has eerd Chapter, who isa.a nece of Admiral
reported by his companions., s eral eitues of the Co.ofederatl navy..
Se that he ear.hrd an ugly l ok An appropriate poenm y Mr. Tsagr,
T..volver, which ho had frequoi" tly -die fro te eebaer V rau, rwVill be
:played, boating that.o he was ...a ,read by Miss Broom t:,
M len, It is said thatf on one *ocd In invitation will be isied to Kirby
4 pulled t01 gun on a "olnpanliol and Sl^ -chapter, U. 1). C., Snewall i
threatened to "blow a hole" through Caiip, U.. V, and Low Wallace
S ..G.... A. It
IpeBose was arraigned in thu wayr's The publiOc t ordially invited.
court Tuesday ori)ring. l o pleaded -. ,-.
gdilty to haviig the 0*n,beoause. their WER'E SERETLV MARREOD.
.. a tothitig olae eo do', but 'Iplained M .. ""i' ;. ;
,f Its poreaei by t'he tatement that. Georgia Bride, Clatid by Her Ala
1he had takenit from the trunk of his h ba a H u sband.
br. hei M.,day afternoon,. : a. ( eatnn" I 'iJt. atsih"c:. .'r np".a;e :
rr, ."'" :^, ",o'., u : ; ....i
"t'he or ,ter i W "re"O i ( t t aou beo s at 1
ses,9d DoloNe a fline pf $7.50 and ,osts* 11i4., and w'bia.s M boon yearded as
whicih watpaid, andd the prioner was a ^ei'ose oer aver sle o.
Released, aftrspending a night in jil. T'e cntractn' parties :.r I
SIt is forrttate that the county did nO 1Thipspnof Et lb: stari. iAa., ane
ote a hotd *thimb, or he would have iists I'n Auttin, du;odert of ?r,
been com elled to pay a flue of $lO0 or atid 4Mrs. W. WNA. A 1nd, of that /mnt
hehe Arrige oceurred at' tV "oore
t.. ..NG hBti FOR &LtrttA. of Ai Mapsey, Iev L J. Halsard, at
Columbuse, ofoil Lit, itr. 'rrti p'wyn A
Hundrea'. Tart Letnotyves oV Knaw sh s', ^i rescid at hbi old bort* in
'A ki,1" e,' ^Na l I 'u bla bride rematit wit4< tier
1(4 iw 'M4;, :4. Jw' !4' rather
ran*,lt ^^ l ^ &h 'a claimed 4$w lifnid e Aurday A$ t

04 6 ItA Sa tiO it''ldA l. oe War is.retary. t
I^^^T^^^^N1 teWaalnaton, ha (4th he' Dpit~# l
K^ Kno" 6ztad t .hio brts.. blA ti ft fisac WiIlhr I.T Ta5t. f Ohio, l *
ut bt e w4 o he reai s* to b^ setar7I e *ras
Ariltiko 4th fia hridge 5Vt a i 10 Wrft lit
B ,l pidh wlil reo nnerns to i,4 Irit gJALstrnor of t.
it tlh* P'hll)ppltan, dsi ne6 r17 (sio l. Ala
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'lat $lgvarier ftfr 'N
-o hitm orhe, ll a # te#sty uM'r;

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ed it
N., Jackson, of IDsavie, Ill., writes:i
- *"M.- daiughFter da sever.le ak of
"La ,GrlIp t and arible 0ou6i on ha:*
. We -ried a;[ grt many remedies
without rol. S'lit tried FOLEY'S


ourewpaM vry L.W is

J. ,.; Batn., owdL.r Ill., writet '
"My little ~o wa vr ,ty~ ibth pah
" iano Utnktiow to tw e d4otoo t i'
birt FOLEY'S IHONEY AN D ,


.ONEY AND TAR whih tted her. Tbe result wb* mqIo& IAd pM tzit bt U
S She has tser bin troubled with CiougD& 4 "'4d tor :. ;s ilt m di tfly* (pp,. th
sn'o king oough U 1e0qtiklyerover*d, 5


$SOLD AND REOOMNENDED BY:U :.


$1,2,O0 PIR AT POT VA LLMY.
Authvie's Machin atp Bit urne64 to 99 f 1 Il
the Ground With a teisldncae. .I T r'
Fort Valloy, Ua.,' B.-Unday Pu g 4tu } L K l i J 1111
nortnng II' 0 f ai'i ewa il .O- tu ym
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residence of Mt,.'ihnll (Ie Iiettwa rtt N v oui t ani vuel" Ol a ll 'dh
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ThewTv wai year; s


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AtLhe iisteandi10 tent for eadh addl*

:/ litpla ed adve rtients foei ,three,
S r ontlis at gpec1 ratAes.






'(NYWO i W ald beano LIST. ...'. ., $165
hbe bSun and the Thriie.a-Week
(N. Y.) World be year,..... $1 5 6
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75
STh.e Sun and the Atlanta (O,.)
lem iWe kly Jorutal one year.150
The,. Sun and the Semi-Weekly
Times-.Unioun one year..... 1 50

The Demiocratic State Convention of
Masiachusetts will boom Richard On,
ley for president.

Democrats ought to be terribly
worked tp because the way in whioh
bSenator Gorman leads them does not
please the Republlcans,

New York State will try to unite its,
e'nthUBlas on a favorite of its own to
put before the' national convention--
,"Parker or ,Hearst,perhaps.,

Senator Stono of Missour isays that
o'. sn will not get i thle way, but
will do his -whole- airt towards (se.
a o url, af Democratico victory next
fall, .________..
Although Chicago, St. Louis and
several other eites are candidatesB itt
seems likely Ot this writing that the
Democratic National Conventlon will
Imeet In New York.

Three troop ships are being fitted np
at an Franiolco, to be ready to con*-
y1 troops to any point of the compass
when Oalled for. Perhaps they could
even get to Patnama,

The spirit of war lij the air. The
S g 1llsh and G(ermans are again ex-
cited discussing tife question which
won t he btttlh o f Waterloo. A de-,
seendlnt of the Ifrshman, Lurd Wel.
llngteon, says "naythur."


will olose aboutatFebrua lt7 except
pcrbaps, a rfavore fwi o far as I am
Table to '6larn 'dn f ch aditlori has
ever existed in out conty, unless t
wa ju..st lafte, the Offil War, and
oeyer before ~i recent yeAts has thl
term been so short oasfour months. It
would sseem tha if the patrons f o r,
coA 'desire n to give thelt' children
batter school' advantage, they Ianu
either go tdpw intothefr. pocket and
Ipayt f.or rit or end thedti olscwhre
I'phi is certainly not a bprogreaive coth-
dItion' tbecarse of our. ne hoo
It ds oes em tome that the peopl
havo a perfect right 'and should de*
mand to know w ohy the' school term is
to be as short, or' perhbap shorter, than
those of the poorest counties of our
State. A full explanation should be
jmadoe of the matter, and made public.
It i. reported that the school broad is
deeply in debt. If this be true, why
so? Is it because of our fine sChool
buildings? It does seem to me the
school officials should be responsible to
the taxpayers for any extravagant use
of their money, Whether expended on
school buildings or something else. It
is reported that theboard has quite a
large debt outside of the cost of school
buildings, and this is the debt I, for
one t xpayer, would like to know
more aboutit. I feel sure the people,
would like very much6 to know where
their money has gone, and is goptg,
aid they would 'also like to know What
are the prospwcte for lJoger terms h of
the coousty schools next year, apd the
next year.
.Thereati rurntir ing theo .round I
that the ,bool boarding tle feac of
deebt, has recently increased the salary
hof the btlnty auperinitendent, and that
warrants have been issued for more
money than was duo. iNow, if this Ie
true, is it not a dreadful state of af-t
fairs and 'hould not the public hold re-
sponaible all officials who have been
or whi are' inow connected with the
management of our school (unld? I
feel that an interested public has the
right to be fully advised as to what,
the prospects of relief are, and I think,
thie odioials should give out all the In-
formation on the subject.o
TAXPAYura.

And now, s*toe the fatal calamity of
that Chicago theater I which 'over
a half' thousand lives were lost,
Mayor Harrison, through vested
authoritorty, has ordered the closing of
nineteen other houses of a.m.iise-
monit until asbestos courtains are pro,
vided and other sections of thie ordi.
natone regulating the construction of
such buildings have been ominplied
with This isa another case of raising


Theo Ohrislian party will probably tl iar after the horse i gone. As a
le i, hi. t i 'l lve inUmttr of coturso, the actioll of the
tloi at t..l,muii May tm otlnae a mayor wvlll m et tihe approval of every1-
r restlthmt I im ,mmltl t1 1. o n Aste t of o but the theater tiniiagers; but
prealdential Iuftidloo. It w eiflott of n h. ,
all wm olo amur, a ndt gov ern the ir wy ooutld not this trdillltco have
llives bly tmt> tohmlml' nit tlt, Whether bee n enforced bofor(it, thus ipreventimg
: t1 y will amwii mitltlit a roofn tiOr i ii- o Lo ost serio dath.d alig
i ealan ti m ie t iho world has m et'r ku0ownl'?
der titn Itm tinbrt'l IislOl 'eC t ud terit ined,
Yes, mIr dliploihnt', at1 t tl f tS ibrolad The dJath of (lentiral .inuies T,.
o ghti ito' Ib, Im' tit r ipaidl, Our Conso l.'l" l tm1 itrett it hi" holtie i O(tiintieNvillo,
(: iitmm'h 1811 mSukin ',t ei'tcort 'd by a rege (Ia., 'hitas rmi oved from0m ti is tm rthi
imm 't i'i.nf mitol ,'rs, a Itil a ,i .1111 timoAtw ,ltothor tIt4e of tl, I ni)blh i t l l 'hermoi
I,: i lit' A\ht'5 m ii it huil.t e in, it iump roir *h rtmi t mmrim, wht"> t> fb hl iin t rit, 'd, b y.
M' ,. ei M 't. ik.'n ivi lM in tii f'm il t l I of thi. ei mv'r d,.'oo daring tin t In oiifed,
m,:. m''... iu,,l I n' mmim o lm i I.1i on intim s h inl't' i.iniy ma in rtti'm in tlh imt 'r ti(
I: r 'imn miy ; ,0 1'll r t'i l',.iiro yf i Aby m 'tmihiti'ry >r our i atanmioi r Th .ii m mi-
i'tidfiv i \ Il0it.1) Skmiinr is e'titX'l- (H 4'i lhii d .mdl|int'l' Wexri mto l iihto10 f' .a

ml s, mui'tr N ormt 1 dtuitr iId hi i
: T em:u..'.tmn mu.'" m' 'm .'f im imt i f .it ot l'timmi tt'.l mmimmi t'e l h i' mml i', ri
l hdo o ill m" i I m l in i' e m' m ii r n' t ti' tr yI th is -
!hli :, i' ,m;m t n i' : m..t mhi.s ii' whriu kimm o lm .|m ; I m ..l' ,M ay hIt'
'il m i' lte S l t. I'tt in' m i S iS m fi nI ti u gt n I Imi t
ltlf aitnit in I'n l 'lmini t in < 'h ims itn t > i mt l 'mm m,;, ''' o't h ii n t n'1, ine o;' "
.ed Iy l- tm' i m mi, rut mmy 't,, ,d ". l i n mu 'utu 4 h. i 'n', ;,l' itI | t ,' mr'

itiuthmi lI' V lr 1m1 mm in imtim ii ulmm ism Ii mu m a ,m'in mi
i htdpl,)lt ofin. t t inI.inIeh in in ,'m i in, mm t i lt I t 5iim,Ime a'is tl t init l mm ', his'
1 lin t du 1I,, -: ml i. 'i n I.. n I h l t ). ,1 w hi t a


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vii ..'tm'liQ .i.11 it. 'm V n m mu '*ii-'. t ,: m '|, u'.h.j om'' i t t m ti ii i.' ,,'i"toiu.in's i 't l iii i n-
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: ^ >'i'; : maniir *y 5tm > h h i ttmliA td 'Atm ,tmi.' am 0 top
I4t 'd- s lm It b^htI t$: h a. wr i li um A0..1 1 6So-

14 ot>u to foifui',U tha u kt1ing'0aset IA's Ia
^thish w i )r ( 'at1 blo11 1 o bod,(6 teC'm1 ,
| 01ili^ t oftruuyk of 4i hlla oem.

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alt iBitai
dian vanaln,
and hold the
States at he
are unwillin
etge.
The texite
the probably
l. united Stat
of tenbeen r
naval train
that would t
tion to the
power. whicl
trodacei thi
people have
old treaty at
lakes. But
to match all
feet driafto
could And t
mean the nim
in utter id
probably' bh
before itdwa
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conimandin
neol onthe nii
York cand
war Ve' alp
thoul tb rOe
esaary at all
defend the
glan Bay a
complteed,'
sols which
waterway.
ThA only
to redress t)
the melisuire
ahead of he
canals by wI
navy could I
and hueet
The praseni
Erio (canal
that purpose
cial reasons
of the gfat

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B ~ g l'| I e'r it^.u2^smer1aeft m'l*,'T> ^^a^^^ji ^I^II^^^^^I?^^ ''d -')1 A(N ^'m


in' the new's* di Xnp
it 'a4vted to a deand t0dfA. t chdaci petentl Ifof 11X I
ening our sea aoast deo ay yerR orter hs.. 't e ,)1h
one porionof our bor- Baptist Witess to prtiea n Sontb
hv~ been ls sight of,. lorld b ps dpe h iBeW t ip 1s a perfect liver laxativ,
Sfor the Piyttebu D.i5 ^ he QOeala Sta*r t& R. arroll, .* .' and is unequaled for di s
ogi toourttentilor gestion, headaelaa losso
dian irritation over: thq fom Jrnaai st
lion I .: has produce. a : i dmos national repntaios, an4 rafingemut of the .to h a '
tion to therecent ropo- prayers 'wilIgo buptrottheIp of 'and bowels. J pronpl
Smodiication of ,the y ri rrepeive of relieves constiptio nd
oas to permit the tted ominatorn, for his e hplete recovery the s'ystiall. ifty cents a

e Grat ke, say the ozey's Linon ot Drops
0 e rntrth 1inediate y .(ur bron-

in by* means of the Oana4 chased thenteres o R J .: o '

SlkecOttai of the United Oannorasben acting in thhe capacity M iaey O
Smery. The anadians of city etor of the Star or many
g the give up thi advn, years, and is regarded among th pro- n
S n o .h a othased chiois 25 cents a bottlD e 0

fesigont as one of the most.L m competent nInif 0l oPf
g to give up this advan-years, and is regardedamong the pro-
nco of this advantage in reporters and local writers in the
ecase of war between the State. He is a young man, full of ---- ----'- .'
sand Great .Britain has energy and ambition, and .he Acquisi- MEETING OF REPUBLICANS.
referred to. So far as the tion as a partner will no doubt prove a
ing station is concerned great thing for Ocala's wide.a-vWake Convention Elects Delegates to .St, .
offer no material opposi- afternoon sheet. Augustine-Enthusiastic Meeting.,
preponderance of naval -------- The Republicans of Alachua county,
Great B1ritain could in- Fifty thousand acres of timber are ini pursuance to call, met at Johnson's
rough the canals. Some consumed every year iit the' manufao. H'all in this city Tuesday noon. The,
proposed to abrogate the ture of crates and -boxes. The rail- meeting was largely attended-in fact,
nd build warships oil the roads of the country use annually it has been said that it was the largest,
to build warships enough 120,000,000 ties. Seven hundred and Repnublican meeting ever held in this
Sthe vessels of fourteen, fifty thousand telegraph poles must be county-auld a great deal of enthu-
r less, that Great Britain renewed yearly, not to mention' the siasm was manifested by all preseutj~ '1.
lirough .th canals would telephone poles used and the tele. The Republicans are always enthusia
maintaining of a large fleet graph poles required in the construe- tie, but this year being a campaign;
leness, and which would tion of new lines, making the total an- year, an uuilsual interest in the ranks
ecome effete and useless nual c6neumption for poles and ties, of the party is noticeable, '
s needed.; ', 1,600,000. The meeting wai called to order by N
':United ,States: has' relied .-. Hdn. W. G. Robinson, Chairman of th
e bonds of peace between The Chcago ostocflee'nowin course Alachua County Republican Exe -i
reat r'it. atwolly l it eredcton will be the second largest tive Committee, with BenJ, Rulih as
rder holly ndefeaded. buildingin the United States. It will secretary. Mr. Rush, however, wa",
nilont trustfulness sh contain more structural iron than any succeeded in a temporary organisatio
inexpe4ient-and it Ja other building in the United States, by the selectiou.of L. E. Chestnut, and'
btful quostion-there are and probably any other in the, world.' the temporary organization was mnad,
of providing for the ex- Itcontaips more granite than any permanent.
other building in the' United States. 'lih old county eminmittee was 're-(
build strong fortifleations The time of completion': is uncertain elected as a whole for the next. four '
g the St. Lawrence ehani and Its ost a problem for guess work. years. This committee has performed 44
arthern boundary of Ne~ w--.......- ... excellent work, and those interested,
o prevent the paage of Jailor Smith, who was shot by a ne- demonstrated their confidence by.:
p that stream. Tha, gro prisoner atDOoala recently and was uianinous remelection. '
tne if any defense is nec-
ut even t wil ot thought fatally injured, is reported Ai Resolutions were presented ad
SBu even that will ot rapidly improving. Jailor Smith was 11lulalimiously pasedendorsi h*,,,.l i
a, Ottawa river canal is also acting in the capacity of deputy eies itf I ". Thdore l el
nd Oawa river n l eriff at the Lime of the tragedy, and presSi t mmf the U.,.ied
against attack by the ves- proved a very po[mtlar offierr Ilis J N. Coombs, national eomnitteemait
could pass through that fritinds ari grateful for. the prospects lon. Henry S. Ohubb and Joseph .E'
of hishairin will d ereta
way for the United States ohirecovery Lee, air secretary, respee.
.y tively,of the Stt Central Committee,'
his disadvantage Is to adopt -"I, amid 1 .1 V G lobinson and John
in Which Canada is so fhar With the LapYer l,n track H Ron R..
r. That is to build ship tion at the opera house, the appear. Scott, chairnimn and secretary,
hich the vessels of her own dance of the New Contury Coinpany .at r p.vely, f th me congressional
be transferred to the lakes the Auditorium and the street car- ce"l"mtt eof theeecoi District, and
the British vessels there, nival thi week, the people of r ih es- ro('(le i teir re-ehlciolitOthe re l
t decision is to mak the ville cannot complai of a "placo to *l'mtw' p o,, tii o .to.
imnallor than would skerve go. -imit twlaes t te ld for tho elec.
e. But naval and cm.onimr. Tho annual report of time national ,sio i l '" .ti,1S t helr d a ton
both urgo the dhel .ning conulitlSSiur of a ducatiot rnakem it St. A hmgi ,,,i the 24 hsb alld iat
Interior rivers anld. their kuowmn tiere we're, last year, )Ir,i 7 w' S ,, .,. ,,,1r m in t,wh a -d i '
with the lakes so, that p l ils menrdolhd iill the public; cm'"lm ti .1', Ih time inr l l Itir h e'i'lli mtl t imhe
. vessels thaln th se lmtha tie iit, d States, a lm ith:it thlm lv'r. d,,m10t1s, to i mly t e m i ,'e
he Caladi m ems cotlm age daily ut idia ,ce r '. nt,. .ILI>m,' (I ih m li o ems .i
fend thie litkts if th y wo re ... ... .... "'11
ie overw it'll ning problbitli Ii. m i' '. i" ''mn l'gmumie5 00111- .
cy ewi 'never 1r Set yo.r'.,,!f 1'umru'.tly to .'. i lwoi: ) 'I nt! i0 1 ,, i be '
ey- W-11 never be ii'cdvi .oil will be
you wert i;.Ade to (. alind theu ., :.r, '' "'.l it .... il,, v,.
y are ot. the t l erem l .you trelf e't' stly t.o di)t il, a t 1T ', t ,', .
his'waterway i.improv n w ,t lfti r yo r t ,': rt I : ( I uir, : ou" s
tthe cost, ofie it t r n'mt were
mhat, if war should o ever yot ill ... ....... of the '
.twvels thie Unite.0 Staitles. ith ry tI 'I l l o y : .',. I r f i, l'
rifdn I I li d iht i(iio', > tm ft 'e ,I. ;l ,b ,i ', hcon 'o

,e andhiolti t m ellm t 't',. iin yi i ri'' 1
Stwenty four > iou i after : m g n 1 '" m, .'. .. : '. "'Ir i -ii ":

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eve Wely At:tede&, on"
nd ay of Opening.





'. irm tld Othertatning-Fero


Oea Cenwter.
15 Mr and Carnival opened withw
aL tter au epes, than 'he flrst,
eat n411y people froIm both
000 country crowded itot the ya-
4 ow. whOla go to make. up the,
aS tion. This fact was probably
4 'the attendance on. the first.
many who were well pleased.
,attractions, and who adver.
eheni among their friends,
reason for the increased at,.
t* e e was the delegation from the
imat, y having come for the
purpose of attending the

he main attractions of the
B is the Roman Coliseum, in
w ring trapeze performances
led on, The flying Oampbells
J lorence troupe of acrobats
'6enhereo. 'They are ten' in
4 stand their trapeze and acro-
S rk is a clever, as has ever
en in this section.
SShields, an erstwhile circus
dhao a novel attraction, which is
(the best, in .the form of .Lu-
Bthe Flying Lady. This act is
i.aclsver pleoe of work, and all
ve.sheen it were charmed with
t. Mr. Shields. also controls., the
pictures, presenting' M-1Kin-
,' lfuieral ,and other wonderfully
ic horrors and scopes from 'va.
Sections of the country. This
,iohi alone, is well wbrth a trip of
miles to see, Mr. rShields is no
efr to the people of Gainesville,
lorida, ao. ,far as ..hat ,is "con-
d:& He is the originator in the
ed States of the ten cent circts,
"r many years has been a regular
er visitor to this State with his in.
ting show. He says he feels more
ome it Florlda than anywhere on


bte a smmoneapon 0ometat usines...,
NTW G" 0 obinson an& Werl y
r Thbb', the Repibl6ca .*wheel,
rsesof thia dittrlotwentyesterday
iktoJa oaviiisn Ma Important poltit

on. F, M. Towusenld, ,a prominent
citizen of ltaoehatta1 is o a brielfvisit
o tr 'Collettor T. B. Ellsa in tise
Olty. Colonel Townsen cante for the
purpose of plaing'g his son, Ja3ck,
East FloridaSenn iry .' 6
J. \.. Drutmmond of Trenton was
amoig the visitors to thii oity yester-f
day. Mr. Drummond has 'been for
many years a. successful planter, but
has now accepted a positiOn as travel-
ing slesman for Florida for the Gers.
tile Drug Company of Ohattanooga,
Tenn,
Mrs. E. E. Cannon departed yester-
day for Archer, where last night sheho
attended th.e TuckarBauknighti nup-
tials. This was one of the mostinW.-
portant social matrimonial functions
tIranspiring in Alachtqa county for
some time, as the contracting parties
are both popular young pedoplo who
Itave many friends throughout the
State.
The Sun, in speaking of the action
of the school board at itas eeting
Tuesday in referehc, toextesdthg ,the
school term of the Gainesville Graded
and High School, stated that the en-*
tlre school had been granted the ex-"
tensIon. It is now learned that 'h was
o6hly.the high sohpol departmeintieomn-
prisiog four grades;.but t it is under-
stood that arrangemlnts, are ,pending
and will be mlade to contippe. the
other departments for a tetri oi eight
mo.oths also .
With a desire to protect t his ...ests
a6 nearly as possible front th ravages,
o possible. flre, Manager Ettel of thae
Brown House has equipped ,thatf .
cellent hostelry with a nuonier df
eheuiical fire extinguishers. These ex-
tinguishers have been dlstrib'uted
throughout tbq hallways o( the hotel,
and direetion6 for Osing are promi-
nently displayed on each cylinder.
meAe therea) ll 'b 1no1 veeuse for i ].


wri o nt oa o sof PryI-
gressi've Aiteaondo Xerohait."

NtlQIBORS 'tPRVEN*T A I,.OS

Bu4rilaro by Use.oof Pynanilt, Had"
Bilon tOpea the .,tr but Thoeto
Neat Rushed to the 6a6tne and Friihte
end Them Away Withtout Raward.
Arredondo has ha rd a weritn tena.
tion in tilthe fori of a safe robbery--it
least an o attempt a 'f robbery.
:,Tuesday night 'erob entered tho
Otore tof John 1'Iolly, h prIogressire
nierchaiti of that place vho, enjoy a
fine trade. They wmnity at once to
work on the safe, d rilling several
holes about the cobitnuittion loklillled
then with dynamite, totclhed a natch,
and naturally-an explosion .oc irreid.
Mr. Holly is a hard worker. fie
rises at half-past 4 In tie morning, anOd
is onil his feet and working all day. As
a rtsi lt of his energetic endeavor to
wait on the people, hi .s,bas a matter of
course tired on the evening, and as the
trade of the community in O tht
wane at an early evening' hour, Mrt
Aolly closes early, and retlree, in th ei
to get, out at daylight the following
morning to bmet the denian4s6f his
customorHe. le w 'sbb o this oleoalou
resting peacefully in the aris of Mor*-
plteus several hundred yards dietatt
from the store, but the neighbor heard
the report and rushed itnediat ely by
the store, realiziag that something ouit
of the ordinary had transpired.
WVhen thie tirsa man arIved on the
scene*he di8eovetedi a oqiple.ofitintrLid
ea in 6.he tireaof b store. forced
an entrance e in thtel (ii,, : ti the rit-
truders ta quIekly disappeared from
a, rear entrants and AllWt awraits e."js
Tihe wouild-be rovers wes suess-
ful in craWing the e 4t, but4 before
they had atn opportunity to seuatre O>e
conttentsthey were pressed so tigbtly
that they were soieilUied to alike
their escape or be arrtted.
The safe, Whieh was a vdiluable one,
was completly wrooked, b t the burg-
lars were unable to seeure any of th.e
ftanilnt UWich, they' had. plannedd e to ap
tUfe. There was a largi t I i n tlho sate,
as Mr. Holly, had been enjoying .a


OthertPromineptPhysitians 'Uso,
ani d End rse0 P-runai

Itirglm-in v n' tof de lo1'l
epartimiet4 p raduittes o" tst1ai4
S54 .4 i~ ,.tV ti iV. tl e tr oasy isnt4r
ee"Allow m to presss o a diii
tade o yo* tr thte b enfi* derWId
Vour Vonie 'rfale,
Oai SItrt io 1 thl has 0t04ii
rth ar va st change ind Inow

,tenith*ts of tsfferinog. follow sut
ierrs, Prun wi I cure .
*A cotnstntwly tiareaniug tutmnbor of,
priysikins prtcribto 1l' erati tla tlhiir
lncticoe. t It lus' prevent its mrit si
thoroughly that evon tto tlortr hnve
ovorcomne th(l1r~pre,| id oie taihlItl>-
to tireLt p patient B t l I
tn aldl acquaintancta .
Perut pitY .a ut nlquoe poslton in'
tnottat a It ian thUOlno onliy iner utl
*ysteutic eataut rh retxley knovu W1,0 the
nod1110(1ic protllsmon to-day. Catarrh, uas
everyone will adimit, I thl oaisu oftriiu
Catarrh 'and atsarrhal dimpimnrt! ftsl ict
teoi-halt of tho people of Utilte tr ste.
Rdb: lirH. hW D4ta, M. 1 WAiI,
lligtonpU., NvYerlo
Is Through my own experleuce
as wel as that of sahy o any
frendsa and acquaintances who
have been turod or relieved volca-
Srrh by Athe use of H.rtman's
uPernm, 7 ICt confidently recomn
mend tI te to S0ufferi'g afrosStuich
disorders, and have a osifailott inl
prescribi It to amy pstlenta.",..
RobertR. obert s.
Dr E. .ItqobtUs, Mu1lkisgo, 1 g 'V
"Peruna l theo best medline I know
of tor oo'ughs and to strengthen 'a wehk
stomrach0 mid to glveOsppotltel B.sideshil
prese itfrt weo k and; drebilitated people, iand
have not htd patient but siat t helped
him. Ita i att IlxcelojntunedtiInie auid it
*11a, sO. mnany qa*so,
"I ave a large praciti4o, and have it.
Cefaneo to pretcrli be y(?ur P'o.rutit I itope
you may live long to do good to thol fli(
atd the uttorling."
Dr. Mr. C, Go, writo froinm ~fll ,I o.ti
Bt., anr 'rarolsteoto, a, :
S' lrnima uhali pelrforlned 10so mInniy wo10i-
d0e'l II ulVpt ii S in 'ran'iso l tl) I. i .1n-


te. 'e':,!: ''of Mystery, is nora e when It becom s Te eseuiary good trade, and had not bunked hisn. ,ae ot ,,u t th 1Vt, It. a ,tYl1 liltl ,v, i ,iv.
I .... 'c ,'..... O unt r tctirioJdeay ". t'huvo fi, eq lly titVlytd 'lt.a" wi."e ii'i r
ter at latidon which should be to put them into service. cOunt for three ldays. .' h requi i u L
to be pPrediated. In this ttimple
eare s great na w'er of fany Mr. and MrXVY. J. Herlong, former- HAPPE4NINGS FROM HAWYTHORN, IN MEMORIAM,
ly of this city, but now of B el0amy,
S sewho haVy se tel arewhere o the former Its extensively en- AFarewell Party-Many Northern VIa- Tribute of Respect to Memory of ittle
thosed gaged in the manufacture of limber, itors-Other'Notes' Edgar Tilmam,
T.ipea the Moon, '. were visitors to the ofty yesterday. lawthowtltorn,. Jan hool op(ped ,Orange. ilght, ,'an. 0;-One nore
in to Lthfe Martwo attractionsof The friends of Mr. Hrong will rerot onday with a fair attendttno, of our tear little pots, Edar Timnan,;
Carnival which should not be to learn that on Monday he austatied a Miss Nina Daniel returned Sunday. dltd Doeertmber 22, 1,i) H1 ii'
i ed. They are (:optical iliusious, painful injury to one of his hands by from tit extI'lddtl visit in oo th lil)r- thirln ytrs old' a irighl., I.ittllig.t, t
yi ,care slinl coming into contact with some part of ida. 'tl.[d, and good to evtryon, Whn
mystifying,.and are puzzin. Ida
ttr mahiney. T woun e d mho mer ~ rs. Hunierand daughter, who at od bOegan to gather his j.,wl, huo
xtreewild wo asiarenully-(tressed, however, 4mt1 r-
d Rose, the little wild woman no further trouble or inconvenience is ttinded the IFloria State Teoehers' A.- wsN taktni frto ino fond pnoirints uil
A red in fhe Wild Rose Islands, and' anticipated station in Lake Oity,.retuirned hont lt ved At,'s. A lbri.ght star hols growni
tfo any years one of the chief ai, THESE APPLICANTS PASSED, 'St'urday and report, a very ihplaAiui d.i hero Iel,lw, juo t In ht ltIaVtlBi( It
tra it of Barnum's shows, is wii time lMtsi wti tho hlttoi.l of G ,od.
th rival, and is drawing the erowdl. List .of Those Who Passed Recent .Sam Martitivi'itil himI pintsi'ttt h 'ret May 1i froon wltoil tal I 1't0 e E o ody is rushing to see this cotri- Civil Service Examination, during th; h lit)yj t o r i( il, ir't iho, dI r afl oIted
ost rom a far. land, and all during Thetre is po ted consi icutusly in thi All o" f t I y 'ten t te ih r t l.i. n l m y ts h' t
yes ay and last night those attraction i ile posttiro a list of tlso thor tur t ie rv''p ,Vd wV t, f r .
wa adding feature. wh uen essfully pat sed the re~,nt, ti';'t. thot r, w tille rl otX Iu'U Wl O N N I.Y,
' & Payno's wonderful Forris il srrvi, uxatu itatiot for eotrrhitr o ALo.e to ft. r I r ii d )ew so, Marr'ig P" M aY nopy
whit a another iit'atioton which ti.t .i.uinrovill ft r dtili ctory nrtt 'ti .11 o .i. h Its. t r p t t Oi' t otn
see bo t e operattod on a payting tltI tit.sith ry i', Mi i n May i ty Mn, A. W." ,bb AHt ii ljt1,tottti t l i.t r', i ,1 .ow nmy.

whso alnm o-t. beypnil dtel'ription, .ir \V. S u.arid t, w i te 7 rt yI.-r .h i 11 1 r l 'n r t : tV t lt t 1 1 tik t .
anJd f tro ahildrn, i n l a gei at }:an. einrr,,. 7 : I W t ,r ,," uMhe -- .: 1 | r,. M.r .; W th I nt ^ .,,,ine A'lr. (2 > I, .
u at dar folks are ivatlthug thit tlt r,,S. i* ,t,,,- ito, 70r7 h 11 10. ;t 1 lilt ', tr ti o ( uSl rtr. ', i. i\ am ( tl r tum i t .i t I l tl O -
t 1i** t~i u'-t ; t. tIT t I tiit tr e i t' t'iI t W s'n th'ri i ii1i t't y it itlt tr t *t ( ', i ft his ittl U
h O t :"."tt t O f at l m o, three.wofwhom Ier whllS t, < 1 t r<, t.t ti'l', i i, l r ',n #l t,, o u tor Ii .,4 eOnt i r toh
t id I I ol s Cat t er, thet t worIt) tii.t Al 1 IC f lE r r in S OF Jt s O f .t. r in if a ld Io 0 t''l A I' t ... tIe
yo li ,. .ith' r'il r, m lt, ", r, .t: t,, 0 0 I it I i u it ng

It f nerly lt.te ri m 0 h.18darity it t 1 tt l .t t i

and r 11,di a0 t e lli It h tdt- 1talt'Sd LTE tNtr 1 OF Jdafay 4 n no, f Ij"'' tt It. 1n ring J Uha> It!

S. .. ,t u'.art. < t.nt. r o hou y .It ss* e r.... ..t; l '... 1r 1 **'11 i r.tt t t. tot a t t 1r 1 ?4 fI r it r h,

.t'tt u itt 3halhs of til' 'r' 1011,r-. lt I pra nun wi t i "t,* jt ry'x W l. t.rr. t \(t' 'irtif t, 014 r by" I' ,, iv i t O: A Ia s i t)4 5.



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fl Or. Llewelyo urirdah,
Mediai Examiner UnIted States
S ..Transun'y.


women, [ai flud it, lnumreu, regular att :,s

entlro 1yitemol. I1, 1. tl cosoo tdr t ottof
v li s't Pita ih r.d-n' a' (. .ow of"
S'.* t, rrh Is a6 sy0titf "d(IdmealMw;en tbl.
otily by syiitmtto tritt; itt i yol dl.y
tit~tr'o tu.rr'hi l M t. Alm idritely
tho dteposid itervo 0entir., th i : i

.Pieroutui tttin A tlipely tIvg tes phb
Snerv-docii ww hth givti vittilty to tho
.pf6ottr, L'hItt tttar i h lVatI prnniiftit ,I

If youti do ot (cerlv,! prompt ftlUdstlat"*'
Ot ioliy romills trnfrm ti e (ti ofr i P44111
writ Itt'one to lr,. irtrtriiti, giyDtv2 :
ill i Itaton ttl t tf youmr caiOt'I, and e will
h0.1ld a ,,d to (jtv y bo, 1\ rathd, "A u lrw, Pr o n 4o .
' Al l;? o 1r '- ;,'; |**, JI'IIIl e. L.t iO )A l :fllb *
'rr, lil1.0rttin May iiif i ii,0 lumi bui,


A. L. Pront ion,

a t dl mpd tF o ieria of tfio Alahtlo Cot 0 al' t "
Lino, with hoadqusrtorn in this oity, :
an)d hio for tht ~ia*t ftOw 'onrthi alM '
.b(eIe noting ?fl Ift liatohotiha, hiua b n,'.
aptoin eid Aotfng aii niabte of 'the :
Oi tin le dllstvriot, viy Tra inma to
Prhantm, whio lIs Ica av ( of aiHsowI
with tai phu of. regaining hi i heais ltth.
On eoiti r nt of t hi h tiang Dntoiiliir
(U A, NhIolls $, ih(tting tiifl patoher,
whilh Jo pih P411011 Of Trpuii rprinM ,gs "
Sh a pt,. romiteid to disaster t!


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vioom O.ti tr )it l i Atr, o j.Io
DO trought61 Igo.
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8 t4, of 4 out months the School
un.o i l. ime.

*PETITIONS PRESNTEDI

Th Were From nthe Leading CitlIzit,
r i ''Patrorns of th .Schoof, With the
Resailt Tht Thy Were Acte 'Upon
Favorably, .
"' The"i regllr, monthly ,meeting 'f
'to DBoarl6 Pubi Ituion wa
ateld d tih office of 8upe'rlintei nt
HIolloway Tuesday, a full board bking
preietit. .
This meeting was a most important
ae, ]inaalnuqh as there were a great
I~aty matters of importance to be
setited, the most important to the peo-
leof the Gainestille sub-school die-
t being the extension of the school
''of the Qainesville LGraded and
SSchool to eight'ion ths. On aq-
4 of the heavy indebtedness of the'
et, owing to the erection of the
a building, the board had reduced
-rut to four months, cutting it
T, Ily In half. The board,however,
A, recognizing numerous petition-
t toided to extend t\\e term to the
io al eight months, and everybody
w tiefled. .
ire was other business of impor.
S which will appear with the offl-
1 c rooeedings of the board at a later


L "ONGSTREET'S FUNERAL.

.. gqul4ihed General Will Be B13urled
Wth Due, Hon4rs,
0i.ne ville, aO., Jain. 5.-'h,o funeral
0 el.neral James Lonpgstreot/ wkiit
W'! occur here Wodneslay '.morning
S1.'o'cloiI, -wtll. be fully in kep-
S.th tecareer f t. 'lltedilstln-
S; el"doiad:. Due tribute wiltl e paid
ia :.memory. and" th funeral will:
Sthe largest ever held' in Gaines,

lI civil adtt military organizations
Pttet, Ji a otly alld tle general's
'onmrades in arms will act as pall.
Aers.
er' his grave at Alla Vista cemne-
the sons of Longs reet's old sol-
ill 'l fire thed last .alute and ad-
tr4|t.4a rites.

TRAMPS ARE WELL POSTED,
As a iti-GeierwltVttllc Trhey Are Caetfal
and couitianit leader,
S Most tranlmps lre Oioiiveoroins readers.
i, d they nre postlvd upon i wide range
of topies. In spakiiting of trump read-
; rs l t intiln whlio lins lid it clitnclo to
(tudy these perliipl tie students said
the other tu(y:
"You hliarly ever lind it gellninle hobo
1L 1i a ii ll, ignoi't;nm.s. Yoll 1iid lots of
Iit',n wlio ir tre rmping l li dow ilig
i4 hicti 14U1e tliiy tin vunt tlitelltlgnce
(ei1oilgih to cinm i I tv i.g, bult 1 fill) ltpealk
ing of the real hobO, wvho is t wvatiuener
froni clioite itd who would not work
ir.ii aw d.d thi chance. These fellow
iir-. iNrtty'bwli I ctii tell yOu. Thley
in lell you tnoi'o ibiout whilt Is going
O in iin KitropOtin politics thi iii a college
tn-.? l >l'sroi. a anidl tliy. kniiw ah.i)osi
yttilg that is coiiing off in our
oi ('6 ...'Wheniyuti re tnrVelolngyou will io-
*l.i'-I tilA lliOtes sitting'. ilong thi rail.
foitld track redU.ihing ai frayed llid itoli.d
*. ._ ..nwspitpcr. Often you wl1l see them
I t. 1 ai': the loousW pagis ly n i"
trtl., .and. 1 'do not believe 1 ever,
\ ; etr e i' t e a tral .mp's camp fire
itnl which there wins not left one
.... mote old. newspapers, where thLey
*itild .been catst aside anfler refading,
',' e *'r the trtminps Mve iat sort .of trayv.
," ..ltiinlbrary, too,.t iit few P0eio haiv'
'" ver heard of, If one tramp (Ind id n (
ol utaganlinei he will read It anl tbhi,
* .* pus it. to somne other tratnp. It keeps
r goilnuth"e .ounds hii this way until It Is
worn out. It one picks urp an book.
stue place It does serilee in traiipdomU
n ,+ { f ir ii ths : : it ...
I:"" K'I never saw r tramp.wtlth ia. fresh
I. paper iln his band, but 1i ve nievclr
.*- VLaaeross o0ni th *wanderent that
4l'' noti shioi'n : wtqs a, ,u'refnl ,and
oi .. stantieto -CGttt-iago lter tOceai.
'. v.. -.'.. tof .. (heap st .
it la ret : a^idh the
'wthsat it is tiot a reual


h it to ly 100
*rbsn nie walsw.am, athsv47Miy 35(
18ao CA rd b4 aeft -

1 *t tcday," ordered the

0* 111Mul t"iyI Trade Review.
4 a *
"W, IO


Ihi


SINGS ITS DEATH SONG.
A PecenlIr Bird li'.ound n th(le Jan-
glek of South Amlertca.
There hisa queer bird in the jungles
of' northern South Anierlca which is t
called the "pau.)ji" by the natives, but
Is known to scioleco as the galeated
Cuil'lSSOiu. It is chieily reinarkable, be-
cause It slng's Its own death song.
It does not really slig, but makes a.
deep humming noise which sounds
very much like the Spanish words "IB1
tnuerto esta aqul" (the corpse lies here).
"It ls while uttering thia lugubrious
chat," 11sa(d a Sou.th American t.travel-
er, "that the 'pauji ustuailly meets Its
death, for the hunter catt then 0h1llhy
triick It to its.retreatt, aiid It falls a
victim, as the Indlindit saY, to Its own
death song." ,
If the "pauti I" gessuspicious it tl--
mdlatctly eitases hnitilng, and that, i,
a sure Indication to the hunter that.
the bIrd Ilias sei. him. or seiinti dan-:
ger, In such a case the only thing, for
tho sportsimiai to' do is to remaitper-
'eetly still, The bird may becoieto e-
"tcstired after w aittig awhile and again
begin to call, lhe corpsileos here." It
can tlien 0a cutiltusiyly approached and
.klled. -
SIf it is only wounded th. "pa ujl" usn
ally esicapoe, though It calnntt fly much.
better than the ordinary donlestic
fowl. It is ver-y -fleet f foot and will
outrun the hunter until It Is lost la the
dense undergrowth of the jungle.
In the tuating season themale "pauji"
is the uiost pilgadacloui Of birdl and
will fight ita sowtn kind wbene'yv It
nieets them. Ofteu the fight ends in
the annihblation of both combatants.
4lHw J1apa Play Ken.
In its most widely practiced form. the
basis of the Japaniese game of ken is
thit the fully outstretched hand Mgi?
nliies paper, the fully closed hand a
stoucne, and two flngors alone extended,
the rest being closed, scissors. .tart'
of the players. counting one, two, three,
throws out 118s hnod at the moment ot
ironounticlig three, ntud tihe one whose
ainl1un4 sym bol Is superior to that of
lihe others. ic(ordig to thi theory of
liho gli'nie wils the trtiil.
Superiority Is deteirmhid on tlhe
hylolieluut th:it whteias scissors call-
nt ct It shol0' they c(an 'cut paper, andi
wherealis palmer I1s cut by selssors It cnii
writ p lp i t stone. Conslequcntlyi els-
SOu's is inferior to-stoeiie, b'lt conqulrs
paiier; stoie Is infertior to paper, but
'oihlitrit seissot-rt, nitl ip1p1'r is Interlo'
to scissors, lult ti) iir. totine There
are ilniuuierblo vitteties of thie gamnie
for It Is nol atit to imethiod of deter-
tiinlrng a dipuito (ir ptoribrit ly. an ti ,y
anl cilottantly aiul-d to by hIgeti yoilig'K Iid1ic 1 tulii'i dillgiig girl class e.
pecially, who 1phly It wIith Oxqulsilte
grat a lnd J diu ious ulihurintnment i of
Ieutitiful hands and arind m.-Japaqt
M all. '
WISDOM OF NOVELISTS.
Aqatn invented aill the dil'reht ways
Ind witch ia youtjg tIlI can itaake a fool
1f hlImstif.-1 Lo. .lonra er,
The uii iv) who verotialto1a08 the foo-l
ishline of others ts himself the biggest
fool eopiccru ind.-",eltoa -rrluati,.
'Tell the truth,live 10pelyr anit -lt
to your frtleie4d(-tlht's tbe whole of thhe.
best morality Ina the world.-- rtahr
SEvity wrong brt'lng with It lti owf
SpunIlhmn!t. It iUay be. 11dd1. that it
frequently lteva oilt at tie wrouig house.
2 -Batry Paln.
With good luck one can accomplish
anything,: but good luck is juit one of
the things that cannot be airtiltigcd for,
toeta by to l rlevireat u op ..rna.k.
fort MoIore; .
;Iteally bieitfu1 things can't go out.
They may disap'ptr"for a little white, .
but they must oit-e back. It'ii o(y the
ugly* thtlngs tht tay. out after tt'wy' v '
hag their d.y,- '- ... tNew*ttl,
Slo lai formlgft, uwhi^t t ac'thg1 *
slow lii uiaklng' swift l.at wortin slow
to t1I@ Sitmotit. twtt 4owr the other

4 w ajQ t 4:. A.thp


Sick lH-Iedaohe, Toi'(Id Liver, Jaun :
i4tb, tdneiam, anta1 t ibl1es arts -'
I ngfromanintivel osigglhliver,
^ Iti $it, EA Piysttsr8s art un.
equallnd,

They t it dalntyj thitittiipeaap r
to tak, them,. to two act a.
mil4 xatlyp two ror aocatt aI a

..ar pw ~ *ly Vet* b1* tid absohtely
S 1nleasa, they t6nlo the liver.

Z. C. DeWltt &: Co., Chic o

Sold by AllDruggists..


JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA.


OLD TIMt $UR q0NS I
*'11*Y atind to wlorii tpaidi : ,ot'.,

tarSc' on'ly oxpdiett rwIs to abrldgvm
.. 1* notteiiits SusTlrtui'Kal'... by" weekin'
rap idly. In ih1 t he o' tie surgiie ons
4i, wonders, TIlhicy hidl it control ead a
suroiy li tihu -ltuds '"litt ntia n4uw ?cel-
doii ft .'tt .' (tOe day (libo celebrated
Iitr aitdOi .lnotri i'i eA tito aiputiItte
^thl> g o't I tor dpvil t w Io l'ei n tom
howl in tdvaw lt,I'U' glve. you, doy
WttIllt" si the istilopoi "il the .opr'-
titve AIsts ite thn a tittI'te' l',thel
mil ani't(pitlt i? ofl'eor, but'vnsa obliIod
tili' frngo t(ii"t oitilsdnoii wattehl, san th\to
oltiitioi to.k l(sas tiiobu thlnI it io1
1 .itiommptiaio tn emp at the sholilderi
is a aitst dlhtlult open tiotio,, Dr. Lani
gotibeck of l nt a tiiU tli id it in two nilt-
iites, A young hiall u whio .aine' to
sret him pertorni th, 0op n: An tiidjluSte.d
his lspesiett'1 tot llS liose so iis nollt toI
lose it single io'litret, but h nn. the
spititselos nuIe Iin pline tlih opetitoni
was over, andtil the. si\orer aain ly ou
theloor, '.
Tin'iil"~ hve ('niimtgid tinucll since' thuni.
It surtilces it0 putt a bit ot' clilofoirti or
ether on n coiaI t nitiul lot thi piitient
briiathe thiii'Oligh It for 'a few mnilnutes
to puit hlin into a shiilnltr so iloep thnit
lie remains hiirt while tho l iiugeon
maikes his hIIeisloo, cuts, files tho bone
tnil sews up tho flesh. On (awaklngi tie
operation is over, alnl tlthe pat litouit
knows nothing 1t it. Thiianks to chilor
form, Surgeons vui practleo opeiaotlous
today which arouse oir admiration.


LIQUOIRS,


We pay freight or express charges on the
following liquors:

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in the Whisky Line:
4 tull u; fs ...................... D ) o
12 full () arts. ...... ........ .. 12 7;


BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:'
4 full qtIarts .. .....
12 fall quIrilts .................,..


. .12 00


BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7 Years Old:
4 f ll q lart, .- : ,, '. . .f 4 ()
( fu ll( rt . .. .... ,. 4
f ll qit 'tg . ... ... ... .. 9 )o,


SHERIDAN CLUB:
S4i fll qamrt; ..
12 full (ituAtr..


. .. ... .. .. 8" L' .* 4 ()
...... :.,. ...," 8400


\'o ht and1 overy tling in thi liquor li.e, ire
entlsfo' Pl' t Mimwaun and ung's Bee.s
S 8LWhi ies, n(4r1t, umt from 1 50 to .0! nper gal..
C alihirni;.,,t: W itn.ir. i ; 1 on ..t0'2. 5 pe150,V( i* I, .
..port& iW)ines8 of all (1(escription.'.


Three: Timesthe r

Value of Any Other


One-Third:- Easer

OneThrdc Faster




4 4 tb& o lll te| rustAi g ntia bllt
ih the world., l

toy. 854i4 ty 4 roi M W.


*oe6itly kfocked a ilcemtthit dtwtI
As RtUll it',tage tI tell the r 1, t It w 04
0n b'te bAik of wbe tupst T# iik
wbier i ottt Niie'.i "P4ietrlat i to
tar the t~owlfu puth by the toa(1way.'
'1'te mai1 of letter, howeYv, kp0W th<
lihort cut, And tooi k it, rtuing o
luge frBtihttle conutable. "9tha

.t.. rs lUt.cf, lk considred. A( epled"
"ButietQ whoaltt o(lIt 'd eoneitabl,'o
Tilt contleIt iO ltlder'd hl froIt bli
hat to Ids boots td a4ilt gail,. "Why
Coigrtiiatloim)lat," aaIld the tiua of lt,
tet'a. Thie nstible dropped -714odoi

I1t 5: nSIR te', Stmoke.
"Geotgeo trgusoii0," sti lias wiflt
looking: virti crushtg scorni at thli
gaudy. itg u e had lboughl ,at a stiws h
aleiv "1 woilder if ever Io p'your It.1 yoi
know a llood bargain when you sa0W
Tin' ols was critical. Mr. Pergiuso
saw thit somi Ifthng. bold _and fleeiAiv
unist be doao, iad his. mind worked
quickly.
"WVlhy, yes, I.iura," he spid. "Who
I wattedi a. wife I picked; out th
nicest, sweetest little woman itn ih
whole world, nid I got the heot bar
gaini ny iiiman ever got. There, there
pet!"--Chitcago Tributie.
Apau'tlertite.
ItI's. liiit:.ek -Al woatler wliy Ih"
llw y q lPut (i w(i Vll i'A l iputi n to i '
MIr. ltollp.) Oh, wall. Imotey hlfl,
yol lIMw.--M i\a .ukor 1iti il.'


1 -x-,. --'---- '-
NOTIK FOll1 Pi'hCAT 'ION. 1
and v i.u 30uI). a, i .
" Notince I' i 'iirbyv iy~lu t ai l thit foilownni-"
1t '11 ke nutu pot iotf In tBiptort Of
I t I Mit.ll i. itiiii a n 'illili tlioitf 'will k n itt dqt be':
fore lo l outer rilH Rev'oivot Miii lnlltutliow,.
Si.oll Jltitlily 71. I, i ,
Ato xi Nit' 1t I (MI iu ) tii,.of ell. 0 11.i .
S tilt f : it i r t, ht Nw I 1of No 1-. Ose. t,
e mltid so ili oft Sw I,lt M i' otf So'-4. eo. I ,TV.
ti )I. lillit hoi t iitOlollo wIlN t wil soi tO prove
e, his intll*hu4t s I41111io.ii|lli tiO il t ult t ivatlion
of st ii 1111411Vl '.:
jihll.. 'htlat i ht, hiltuv l'owler, Joon MI-
lei, W ., W i sui ll ,f lt,)i(t, ll,.,'h, ,
IYw. ItollN SON. lolister.
IND.ICIKWtlt 1UI'-0ItIA rION.,
,a lnit Otlho uIl, iltOklOvlllo, irla..
4>19t ul'4t ;t>, 1 Xtil.
No h'o Il h~rhy iilvoli 1 itwl ito following-
iumoi tit l hchltr' M qlin't l Iotl(o to f il Itlntol iion
to lti't otf lts
t0h4lin, 100lithl' sal li l )>Fiifr will hoi iin l Iofo ro
tf l iKl ,'r ultitl l ih'ol t i ll l ln svt! l u,, ttai us
Jilliairy 7. 11il, vilr;
CiiAitii'? ti'oWi.itt, of itrtins. hlu
d. ltt i u 'roi'm, i 1t 1-3 It ofSo H4, Nw .-4 of-
v, I t4 itii So 1- Of No H-t-, ii, ol T p. a 8 ,
ieHo' iHlii.4 ihto f 11. 5 U tO Iuil.liinll t'imttTilehei' 11iio(t11 l ant lvett~vtioa
w !,AlMltll r S, l.hilit "Joltl 0, ThlougatiiJobil
S tlllo i, W, iM, ehieiNii, tUl of I.oll I 00.l' I.
Or.o not. r'l. m ia ll 1 1ni, to lit4,
i .h CH i 80NCW Htouletr.
NOTuWlI! Fo 'lt tiull,,l(;lATION.
O T I lidilt l lo'ite (loutt iltleVe lai ,t;
N. d o vt inbo l) n 8l. t 1l l e ".
Nottle iHln'tlio y gidvl th 1tl lthe. filloWttil-
lii0ft Nms h llltiola l.o o (0.,lIN IIAlH lUlOM
'lO iiii ,h I 1nil l li i o o I t it ii ii t o .o f bIl
altiin, 10ild t ilti 4114th tiioi will it i kilno liaefora
JuliitryT r 1!. >I, via:
JlOiIN .' 14i1am .o nB ll, r ,
lii. 4 ilolti, lor tlii Niv 1'4 of Nw H, SO. l$l
Ti. AHSA. ,It, M i .
(l Ieh iaunlOii' itot'nlhwl< tionev10to tO Imove
tf tiilt nllllh l, tl
Alos llon 11: tlh, ll oliN Chlr 7 owlor,
John S MltIr, V: M, '% iluA iute, ir ic
MO. I 1U lN80N, Hhit or.


NotlJo IN. iertlhy ilven thol ttlo (ollowi-a .
nlIilu u oti liitr liut It ll loillo t fh l ila Int lltlOca
to1 ulii(41l liit phiof in A Inilitiort of lilt 01 t11111 and
Ou lnst itit lin tf will bo ililoldt bo ifore loteilter
tilg 120t t s
,hl iM l'', Ill7ii.rmTi', o)f li' ln r, F 'lii,
flli. 1117i toi, tits No I-t fl M ,4 l.,,,oti t)lou 17,
Tit, 10S;, It.1 H 4R,
ito lls ifll'iitiii4y ti tiifllw it i i "ti rit otis tivitioa
intis Uo n m i lio liUiit, i ti ) it n mt il ou iltIrua
o Vmtild hhliit, t, "
l., Multo T I iimii NIoI'mllo ilM i, WliIh.iH
Will n. W lllil' iin4 I tii l t ltti llt iif w t'tuuusll, to i, "r
V, O, I aII N OL N,1 (m fstor.


o Nf1i.ttii ,ilt I'U I HA IN
l-l i Po o.l'hI.ol i |o hi. llilVttl Ihl.i,,
tit 45 t l T 1 it d Ithl .ll t -
tllilisit l i 'll i litii l l sl iti > N ir jil ( lSato iItti




th IlU t d o r A i I, A ) i(,ilhlaIu rii illlt oiitfl*u
rill e ijii vIt r illu('1ii,>l iiicilT( i.i, l(l 't Ink .dtul Or
Wy, Ii J [0, v)/. ; 1 V l .
t IVe ihhUni ,ru .Vte il lu il l il ilt t litat
IlN 111110 fo IfIlh Nel<.h ,l o 4( tl>it ) i.;Tl), 10 >s.<






111" i oi W tonIti
h n o s Tii) ll tie-lo t wii4 llesitois ei oil
oif mklil r tlti. vt 1.. -. 1
,htt 'lS i -.'.ir ll.l Atsei thu(.'siH l [4)i<)t( .
A i i t 'hw i1k n il ii iii: l ii' ,
,O* : .I A.i t ,ulti At,l (l<:N Nl(l.ti't
0ll:11,) I U iNbott ,u4til .'l hO. t Ot UrA Pl'it







I l iAWil (,tilt i.-hIll Al i Iw '1* *'Suu
hu ,Hll', i1n1illit jtty.ei11tA i- lA ct rli T tottl4 tf
UAff thuoestilrof uuiittl o,1iuia N ', P iioa jhs
4 1), 11 i41 s ililmi, 10 -1l M rtif p u aisoll ilt tiet
In
;<( i tt it' S niH 1, 1 t.Ill0 tl '. it, 5,i, ll W. -lti_
5J,1 ifitou In ottie yio 4 tl51

rnlg 1* i, stti i>i:t 0 t-olim0l' il'tl.t99 mtll ttii,.' ei eii
f, f rit a ljiil;istHi i-le 41UI liI '
** wusts isfitiu ', Ifit htt wil*rS l'fldi~tf* tialll#Oit 'il



t I* p,/ it, i,.i; i llt al ot "

a ilv fiW .e tiWdi -lipit1 w' .'"-
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ChasiBlwll & Co,


DEALERS IN


IAIUII/s. 517-51


BAY STREET


-i INAND0


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71.'


S:, :^ wt ,
Of ,,ohiele te is, well fplatted
log grov! ps i ti r94 .

W wuil\ d hbapi i to st nl

.s iittt t ro it. u tt. pekA i



NU Z$E IE I ,
!(. 8, GRAVI~8, .. 1 ropritt
: '. (h tiii e ,ille, i .










ay. '.
rjhern wa5 to
the county
lay.
atela brief a
AIM'.f
ti eity ,1 re 1' 11 :' -" : '


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1A


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George Main, one of t sh0nePoo
tra okers oft o aplt, was asi
the tader in ,tt city "*. teray'
Main epoorts the Ov tt of lo
o he an


O A*#*e forimerlyfTaoi
0 hl.e isho'
a locrative rsponlbie, sition, w
the Olty ft a, whot estera

on a visit to hit parent
H, D. and G Q 'adgettof W*4
94rug, 90D,"ahi M. Pad I


roe'tha


Su "
jo a brief tilp to High

of Olark was a .th

f Tpow ops4t a, 9vltor



of Newber y wast Yia 1
lie yesterday.


ft~ptoi On oto vitit to TathpC'
T'. J, ILog .t f High Spri9g
visitor to Gainesville yoterdy
1* .~INt mith of Newberry was' trans-
astatti business in thea'ity yesterday.
Walter Hall otMi.anopy was among,
th, ltttiorl to the county capital yes.

ur "Ait. Prin4,le of Pottoettmdt4ea
brief vislt to friends in this caity yes
tletty..
a, -tsa Leonard of High springs m$ d 0
a brief isit :to relates in this o fty

T. W. Pltts returned eterday to
'I'sttis, after spend' i the holdktays
||*ith his fattlily here.'
oseeI (4rflltn, a progressive o014*
lant of ol, tesviue, was among btH trid-$
ofo l li thli ity yesterday
0,wAV, W. olsort is At home agsin,
a delightful visit to' her 5iiiter,'


11 1^ isitos this olWy 1t6


a t was in the City ye.
bpoi(l es SheriR L W.
with -


heo home i 6 i0 t tlty: Mi tt0y1a '
iOs Besasie lflandil of this
Who tl teaihlngI n the Stetson Un
sity, hasretn etdo terdutiesafti
pl'oasant visit to htr family hee.
Ssaad Mrs. 0. D. May of NPJ
were along the ptomineta .vit,
this city yesterday, 14r.
Ptliaielt metohant of that 4

,year 44n0 attetadin rtollege it A)
so- 00tarted 'Suday ftor )eL
where hb will enter Stetson Oil
Zxo1roitdeaaest.5

i before purchasing ehoswhete,
U. Bmth. Sn
O. t. ;:utli'tA an d little alee
genoe, paasedthrougb the olty ye
day fn, route t their t horne at tI
Spring ,a after brief visitt4ireiia
at yalrfie4.
2. F. %ntona pogressle tiMU
the soil of the ilootsdAli seetlon,
aiong the romitetiNt folks from
Et nd who yvitltoe the county*
;tal yes teray.1' : ^'*;11 *,' 1.;,';
lir.t 1. oK elleyafterO sptdot
few days plea^titlvisitingh.4d
ter, ltrs. same) fNsol4?, it s
retr to her l home ln this atty

'Herbert Plakovo4 returned yei
4ay "riai rPtsP Gordsi Fort- 4
an4* o1her points, where mhe has '
on a brlit hitting trip, fl re;
pleni of ti tiad good luok.
Miset #$*5s1et lsRaagp and 2
Oh oih sleinni at hofne.
i'rpd to hit alty for the purpopi
r:soming theit'stu^is at schOoll'


51 01 ~U5
ompasmy, was 1w


" "L


f i0e 10 so ome again ag rng thisi g
ftO, teppion. -
T, 'Denby yesterday shipped t
o York the ,st oonuignnentt ot l
iv'v evermado from tils seebtlos
* 4sntbyw the 'fist growre to
dooe the oultivatiosn of lettere f


'1. < ': ,
Miss Ida WiggliaM, a charming yoh$,
ledy of Oasmille, after s's ulaa the
htiht ^ itlrl her Itareo a' arriv
Its the ofty, the week will be the guest. ofMrs'

gina expeots to make her departure for
T. i er,1 where on WMonday she will re"
is w li'er duties as teacher of the pub-i

Amontg the prominent arrivals at tihe
Brown IHouse Suinday was Hon. E. D.,
tanfkord of Yadknsvlille, N. C., who t s
IKspecial aeU ,of the United, states
d Oere, samp land department.
0ot, tWnforp reveal m4totnhsl i

Ieps, lhvirng b^ee detailed to lo~ate'
the government swamp lands in: the
Orange lake seotian. H'e made 1is
lh~dquartere 'in Gainesville during the
ter' part of ie striy her, ad made
m'ni frIeds ,ho' wilt no doubt be
glad 'totsee hi l again.- '*:

D. Uaimthesa o4 Mnteocha was

CGolwJ.a t ra ,:,t .; .:ed:

0, M. Dell ad IAJon B Deli 6
faague were visitors to the city yestet-

SReuben Hape of the village by Uth*
smo Ithab ew" trawdh ing i the cy yes"

Min EliA Doll of *itague is a thi.
qy9ivistiqo br 'stlter, Mrs. .,

i'ag paitdat'(ails as a. brif,9it0


See ls emasns i


and Mrs. R,. .T nater, a
yolthS l ntives for few days in 1'Fa

Dl. Sibley rppotte MrX. H, r* IH
!xoldof r k wh has b$eeh ve)h
Sof n ,F typhoid fev r, as

16v. T, W. King, the $econd Advento
It ninigter, has returned froml Mikes-
4111e, whehe Sunday he conducted in-

"A O tlrIvingjI11ttle, ty of awthorn, .
V04 lthecity yesterday on uuiness
^^ t14e county sclhodl board .
8..'Stanley iand, J..' alle, two.
Ql9iod i'mers i.of *the Worthingtona
prigs section, and subscrlbers to The
6B4 were i lthe sity yesterday.
J, H: Osteen, a prosperous farmer
ndi veimbei of the 'Democratic b x.
eetity rteI0mtnit l fromi: ,the ow
Oe distrlt, wais is the city on busi.
i0Me yeseda. '.,
W Williams of B1l, S. F. Waits
of Qrove Park, M 8. Shaw of Bellamy'
atd MaOnroe' lVemlable of Kanapaha,

Ward oe t ard s.
^veg thevi rs to. thecounty

.r d: t 'awthorn, was an ong
e tfis thqeOlty Iyestrday. Mr i'
8a 1 h roeenily r etarnedmoi to Falr
k iti,/ fr havisig rslided several

SO. I lle, 0CUAla4h.u was in the,
4l S tsrdfay, ^He came for Dr. J. F.
pty^,'tSid bby being ill., It is to
1h6ped thatthe illness of the little
Oewill not prove serious.''
S 16. io of Haue, one of the sue-
oesefutilfarTers of tha section, was In
4h6 tit1 Mpday. He called at The
So0fie atnd renewed his subscripp
Bl.or to WAeha's luminary,
W. Wal' of 'IHawthorni was
arotog the visitors to this city yester-
4ay. lr. Wait4s has been suffering
'for svo1rtl days with an immense 6ar"
buolBe ot 'his neck, but. is greatly .imi-
provea now.*
SJ,. T. Boyd.of iHernando, the effl..
llnt 00e0gineer of the Hernando plant
of the l utnllQmn Jhosphate COompany,
;as among those who, paid Gainesville
SvIsit yesterdayy,' Mr. Boyd has maiy
ifieneds (t this section wiho were glad
to see him.
J, R, lpmith, a progressive citizen
and farmer of Trenton, was among.
,those who came to Gainesville trading
yesterday, Mr. Smith states that they
are now busy sowing oats and breaking
Up the grouiid preparatory to
platingin ithe spring.
Justie J, A. J. Strickland df' f-agiie
as ithe city yesterday. The Justi e
sood.nat sredly remarked that the
"ague seetioI is distressingly quiet
froa t. orderly i andpoilt, he not
having tried a ee sinee February of
t I:ast year; ,:"It's a good thing I
knOW how to raise sweet potatoes,,"
1 a14i,"for if Ihad to depend upon
theeoinmissions of my office I would
94ar str ed todeath long ago.
$'erhs Thurhd*'s Daitaj ,5mu
John fllleroTretpn was .in to i

', s wtens of High .Spriiga pad
Gainesvillevl:vish yesterday, .
FP. M. aw ny ofg Wcahoota was
trading lithe Oity yesterday. ;,
8X, A, "csey of iewberry was among
the sto t iity yeterda.




aptai J. W. artf Mienopy
was trunsapti'g belsin >,i araville


imitf yAutimai oustat San #iUL Judge

riet obitnea trip to ths county papi.:


ter, GitneeWv iiI ,'
after eye9din se 4
alt, !have hn t9Td 1
] ABarra o h
elty a short While 8
home from Aa obvi
been spending a je* lft *th
Mir. and M rs. M I, Lj 4i!t
dith were registehd l
House yesterday. IMr |:""
extensive naval stores oWiiit $i I
place. '
Mrs. Spivey, who has ^^i0 l4
nt visit for the lsti "tl O
daughter, Mrs. Pope, of'l,0lo
ty, returned to her home'min ,' 44
yesterday.
1000000 staks 4panaige 44
for sale, $6 oer thousand
pounds' named:' va fttiSB^ Tj;
r pound. Oalneville BO64
a ai1 8m.tp
Mrs. F. N. 8willey of t od ou do
among the pleasant eallers'at Tht SUC
offe yesterday, renewing i' 3 n
torIption. iShe ame to Galnuei4lle o
shopping tour.,' .:':

9o4 Waburg Lake 6it#i 5a.itl
age groveQ. kpwn as the : 1R.R
lace, R. M Ohamberlinz

Obtain :. P.trker of ,i
one of the leading merohanta Ot
section, who conducts s ,ores i
apcrosse and iaUgue, was, amanug
business visitors to this8t o "t '
* Lost-Two red cows withshorm i6
,Iarked, on brid H4.. O .
other thep imprint of a,' hurefea.
Liberal reward for oany inart
A. D. Tison, Earltun, : la. in Ir t
W. M. Thomas, John 0ri.- T'
Alexander Rehberg. Steph ie
and R. F. Lewis, all of Bell i
the ity .yesterday, having g i
business. connected with i
States Iad o ce. ..
C. A, WV. Thomas, General TraV
1ig 4gent of The Sun, left yest0rd
for Rochelle, Windsor, Orag Herigdh
and other points in the East iEnih
the interests of The Sni. Anys fvoe "
shown Mr. Thomas will be highly ap
preciated.y ap '
J.. Fi Towinsend of Campville wh6N
owns and pirates a laro farm, wa
visitor to Gaineosville Yesterday. r i
Townsend is one of thosesort Wo r
progressive, and seldlomons e to town r
without a luad of the products of:his8

tity of fine pork, which sold at qu
Price. n fn
You'llfind it worth hie
drop in our shoe deparEno anie to
our "Expres trade Laes
Patent Kid, $3p we ar seeing





suniei by s hoot n d to cToim,
temple c l ro pleas
SWadjud O ourine, be 1l'
shoestal fory withe a n's anto
will te price, fr ouror.e- pa
than tlw C sitsh. lowe
SeMajor Early of iigh S ,r '
it will he reneered tried gsW
Ysuirde. by sh o0ting hsl ine
temple jecntl, fomte in


Shs a ne, has been aketo.
hospital f ane at G. t.
( hooehee. 'l'lSu oti_ e a
object o pity anid, d"M t
,wLond conle as a relo '.Pi t dn



of" ,hsis, palif ,
MCol, ,on l I t 'h h'a
teSnPorarily tov llr eiCnIn-
pague int. ordet t0 oolsa
tensiV Y titer4t dt i
sterdyAs l lty a the
resident s ,f (e .