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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
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UF00079930:00867

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Published Twice a Weeka-Monday and Thurday



S|G...... ES.H. .FI.D TIleek-, *, ArJAs NU p1 .......ONE DOLLAIl A U

T a B ad i t l i.th',in thtin t i ul e C esir* o
an btI 8oo "aw hit mCi1a 1) W hri dr<,eeg nia Iher .entiid'I, v Iii '
B Y 'il' Irt.e of tiC lva couit UIol beihs he htd ctho tIll 1o u iCV the u ll itet, wh
t1 w Iir. 'I t l 'l at i deeA i' 10e0 p to w' N th' greater t h ot rr' t ir'(.l
IR 8 T fall t U, o Pn i C timiji.'oCiv of hi ribs taC tvtId upolnl hr,' li'rs Kinatr'
B s i IItrClH, I I n:i.ll~ lu and & reellted carried her part w -ell aid"her art of
."',.v i( hIr u, .1.id t i, nlilti ti%, m uch y,1 t l k o w t i (34 t, h t i '|
plel .d.11;i,' J Sh .i ionA Il myly I o W i t h i 're 'hC,'til 11h!i '
.ebor..t... ._osl sId thysi u i lIsesh a 1 Ih l l ild, nd i ,expo Id I'it, hadiom1 .. "


V of


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of the Most Memor
Grand Barbecu


her's

Pres







able Day
eland Fi


of Cer

ei birthday for 190, ;i1ar :ome
gone. It's, memor(ei,, 'ilowever,
IBe long in the rnindi, -a the two
sad people who ,j,simbled
at the in 9,tation, of Klr
inith COhapter, \ntl1ed ',)autgh.-
of til Oonfederacy,'tto .comuemor-
.thi location with approprilnato
1:nies, Not% only the people of
evtille turned out. eitinlass to wit-
the unveiling of the haidsonte
forial nionunliet,, dedhated to lice
.ltds who fell in btttle: .ild ire
Kl to Ston w.JW4. ap, Uiitttd.
ederate Yet r lnlt, titilt fionvi
y nook and corner of0 the, eCqilty
CI"Otitons of tt State (a otfi'

i. to ail occasioi0 dpsrvii filt'g

esdiay was indeed ai big day for
enville, aiid a day which itsi pili
iJC.lnot.soon forget. It was ai t(:yh
ltsrated and held it d twcred ialin iOit
e Sabbath, and ail places of busi-
were closed in observance of thie
ilon. The various stores and busi.
houses closed their massive doors
e ptlblic for at least a port(ion of
ay, and many remained closedall

e exercises of Kirby Siiithi Ohili-
thich havyebWeen so llolg in con-
lation, were crirrild throilgh
Oat a hitchor misihnp, and as n
tev.erybody i happy. Tho hand-

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4 'r o .l iIy ah i idlo.sv iil 0. I r, h,,.I ta, unI l. 1 I I- ri ,).r, I i- ,(I Ad lhotgil
tl dlt h idorsli tIp r ( (ifh ., i .)or r ,1 1!' ItI f'i t!y o..- I Iisii .,r (liiir wI'vtes s
ent khe the 60111osi0 of th111fmot
rflt n p o s uflh ..se 0l a [C i r t' re. I't)' JIInb ir pa Iri or witl ll h imc l
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Slo p,%k thry rInd th imir

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n ot tI. I 1 t j l, ii i i' L i ii 'I, i r. II, 11 i l tit
*s in the His ory of Gainesville. ii. ,,,,,i,,, t .,., , ,, l ai ,
sh Chowder at Conolusion
emonies.

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co aitrJyia l ann i d Cro .
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t MRS. J E WAINWRItG.; 1 '
I SeChId Vitoul luruhsld't.


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Al I pl ain IElI;' o" lf ,. ,i C '.o ,wi i ll (l C .
oi i t i l, a i iil v. pii L ri.r
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link el' d Io to i' -' rj;i t, 'a Ni I4' i I t

riM r. 1 '1liti o tuiv.,hed I o. if ly ii. it i
aiee lu iid4 :kit r I ll) Ih ( 'o I'i r.IL i C
irat tt;,d a IiCC ., p I lter. C I pi i .t IVII6C I .1J LIL I nU iIY.
God's bleslsigs upollC Ithose. wlhui ll- is ii i ,
vived, iSaking the g(o of. Ftllt ,S I ;t lidr iimll. i ,i a l;,,r l.t ;y ; lt i Ii;t.
guide iand tprotle. thett. th rough thI h l ir t r1 .t '.' t wi, ivr
rernalider of Owirdives, it'd when11 11 (7 t ore l t
L t ci .ll I i ''ti L1 prI 3 iii I Clut" i Zi1 t 't rib4g tho f ir
MRS. H. HW M*CREARY, 5 th. y will Cipod C : t r lp'y s nt hi. fe i ,t
President Kirby SmilIh Ch ahr tc.r, iis they did ii i thI t l i x le., uti thIat il t ,a ia d 1, : ,o .la Cii
th th ir reward woilh b o I Cliim evei Instiu wg IVnv ; tI h.vi t ii ,urCin ., I li
I .c'r miinI' hli adltedll il(, 4iiill'Yi Ch8e- lie' iu lCI.e Jfl itg.ly Kiiigdomt "f. tih r g; ver If. Lt 'Iitl I I cI I '
cII, phictIl iAi l 11,. 1 tir iC I im 1iPr Frank Clark's Rememblrance clol, I, 1f rC i I I. li vl C pI :
Aiti 0C11t liii r IN 'i-t. 'c hi a il i itittll'o fi (ABinIIIICI ig OIli I VAIiii
and w th 'it rtir s1' uN' ,n1r ," w i Id 'r p th 1) eli .i i Of ( pi I li'] h t. w e 4, d a ,u ,
indiIt lyrigli t .nd rii. i. iI, t dia- prayer Mr.l Moyert riead it t 'egrain iii itarn' l ; l tfv lit M aid t, ii. i. vr
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FS. ii. F. M'^1K STRY,
Unve.ed thie Morumert., .

per ',ereotniiyo t auid .it "
I tl ti .i largest aid i

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'MRS TURNER B1REWIR. '.
SR. cord ing S .cr.Ctary ,-
Me.. II.h l. MeCreary, t lrlid 'ft hf tti 4
lihaptor, from .f on il. ri Frik Oflark r
Lake City, who was invitol to be pr0ea.
leat, 'Th telegram. erii d s.oonQgratd.l
Sltiionl to ..th'e Caltr i s tJorou is '
wutk, aCid Ws4 e follow
'un-Fgtul1i vjt imf (t mift tiAuoi]

wiorkt When t l b al toll. of liitr t i
fiSf.hed Solthrnh wo- liJM)o, rad. t
silt, bIItful i d glor ,.u il, w i t *il*
ot ovler o l ag (i t t li' f ibe t to'

.The Addres of Welcqe.

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" 1.i 'iit Iiu tlint of 'iCitte' with'the ronlz ." :;'
f hgurm., i t- ii, r of iil.hiuhtia-n went. uIp p
I \ti Oi(lTcilCd It hieirdt four ilttiy .blodolts.'
i s thil H %tiCe 1 a1 ntinCeIlc d thi'dtre pa.
l lvs frol ii their r.1 4 ,. iliinoi t IO Were
Iird il litlkt Ii6terICit Sioll of oif 'ilinOute .
loit wceii eich11 cliihi, Cii. itTuhCIiiCn wa s
C iltined on twhl wrOi Al i .de ot their oott ,.
hime i ui thd tloisquitI I% under 00o111-:
CItaind C if (C pt. W hil tl'r. T'ho l ailttta C .I .
f re 1grrnutid by trlmo tdoti yells alid
S iattvid great nthusiatn mCilong' the
* ilit v lterans.


'I'1h onilinill t Aitt ilitS ighteti feet
ill hieilgh. It sl "inid.e froi ll(rgiti'o
'grilIiti', hlitidl itll y oCrved, tind It
luu o tilltd. wl.ii iix.fout liCoiille tgC tre :
iC ('ilifodviiite soldier at iirtrilde reost,
I Thlilo ful igI iiilesrll1il t toF l cidt 1 i r A'
V, tI ftirrR il (Iio o I nf t (OlHi 0 11 I)t
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oPill
t aed T eay urto ati
Ih wlt fau ittle pil DoWit
l' o tes Little Early peers., This 1 a.d to
la9beek e ^ t .h*fact that th tnie th liv I
Si*ni+ t T' 1t ;t, vickennotyntnhe at
LAW..AS THY SAW IT dy, and yet thy arf a i cttoia ob
results that no one who usCes them is
Thin i Take d pointed They curie torp liv6r,
l : aThinkIt rVIobl ation o a ke 0 P Po", bgloib sa, jaun.i ce,.
at Which Nature Had Given, and Hheachlr d wa o
eoounity +is*' ed by hian with- a I a...
at CTimber Has Been Removed. 3. 0. DWITT CO, CH iCA
special agent of the Uniteds Don't Forgt thi Nam ie
thae land office who: makes hi head .
oratery14 this city, has returned
fr .totanoffieal. visit to Middlebntrg. in IbC
d otherpotin' Clay county. l y I
Thl was consider ramble significance e 1 .en. tltt
I ttahed' tohthis visitbof Speci al Agent Sold by All DruggIsts.
The government owner large '-- --- ,
rats idf l'mbered lands in the section MUNICIPAL .ABORATORY.
bf theed6ulty vsited by him, and with- ...
int the pist few years residents have Campaign Against So.Called "D6ath
oem ,gtY, of cutting this timber .and Trust" n Chiccago ',
pD)^0g the timber on the markets. ago irm.t
%ptaMn a ul as: a matter of course C Thicagtfo, anu19 A municipal' lab
ipt attempt to accuse anyone ofti tox.nlIeiuroe ,blic
qn,,oi04t the timber gs enlljoyAe a iCln'nias llay be the outcome of the
arkale 'ai&e among tlhe maitufac- campaign wiIch has been instituted
^ 4i es* a4 no questions have. been by the Chica t Al0lial society against
Oed The questions,howor,miight the high pri0. exatced hlY the ma4n-
be nsideed necessary, since rnctureTa' combine, or so catled Odeath
ta( ruaters are supposed to be in tvuat."
Sl(~ to know from -i whenc1 the At: a ,corencw of officers f the
1 e s. T'hey are engaged .the organization includingg Pre itett Rob
nti tre of lumber, and ittmakesno 4r s Prelle an( L.et.ary Frak, X
i .of frdto them if the r timbor cornea .WaIll, the oieibltbty-of the scheme,
toi North pole, so g s they 40asb eadi sotnaec e a l d etal l t he lak
npr^td dthegreter a4p r id splyth the apiroval:(o d society '
t in Paul states that theresi to l- e an aotieasue reati tihe
t o t 1 1 ; o a l". o ; ,qa i 6' 6 4 g "
ents' of thlesectilon visited by.a. him 'I r vo r I titnI ma.-g At necAaM t"h
propeZy',ai d liave been. ottingtfi paintntxnce
t; bN thert'romaind rafting isame.toe Thig arb' i ary one hundred per cent
l ar, Itw s not with any special in- ndvaie In prices (tne of the essen-
te tio of n fraud, however, but the thes of the modeusi toieatmnent f diph.
till ber wais there, was government teh' i .e u'. Vto o i.t na 'in
pr erty nd'a had been uintolested show that prn.viaoJn for the conmtaopt
an unprotected, and the greater pro- snIPply of the ar ticte devolve upon
pot on of those guilty of encroeah- the puniclplitty as a mieaisure for the
mit probably considered that he presrvation. o the public healtht. Thea
go pment gave them the right to hligh pli2 wn(w lFtCed on Athe serum
out timber. l y the death I : st It .i.. ..clare.d
re hatbeen a attdeal of tilanrlns thiat tholnso ot children may
periih in the filhit diphithorila opidomic
y 's are the time isfhn.It It wS estimated (by i0h medical so.
#i)0t#0dmit was temipting to those who atory could.be etni.lsliet wtth an up-
we'r6 044agein th i61.business. A, great propriathon of $20,00f) and $5,000 for-
*many oftih probably were ot awar t oprl xpene ti irst year.
that they wore violating the law in
cutting it, so they cannot particularly MINE WORKERS MEET.
be blamed.
*"Ithave suspicioned the cutting of Fiftepnth Annual Convention at In.
government timber in that section for dianapolls, Ind.
some time," continued Captain Paul,' te unti illnal col nttn ot the Ui
"and have been watching the residents I ts Mine Worhels of AhI)-lC
of Clay county, especially that section opened in Tomlitson hall thhi morn-
in the vicinity of Midfleburg, fr some ng. Approximately 1,000 delegate
.time. I fond Uponn my arrival at 1are here frott the vatrou df (fTtrlcts o(
Middlpbtirg "atiiday a quantity of the country, Caiana being also reproe
fine logs w1ich had already been seiitel. .
*'duimpd' into Black ereek and were T11e convention will continue for Io,
being mad e into rafts.' When I met days, tod will 'hbe`ollowoid.y'.y the an.
th~ man~ho ihafd'ent them there he mnal joint conference between the ml
Sadmittaed ta~they were government nenis and coal operators of tlo states
Slog and 'gave' them up without of Indiana, Illinoas, Ohio antd weat.
S.tr ible., ea Pi'ennsylvanila. It is at the joint
trCatal n t'ated that the inhabi- L conference that the wage seated for the.
.taP : ltted t at the tin bi- estling year is ixd. t wll inv1
tantt are now beginning to realize two operatOrs and 150,t winer.,
nthingb-flelt that ite .timber it gov- illiinois,. wlth s50, han the largest
-eritnmeBnttfimber, and second, that he single state representatlon. Eari7
is watbhti.t$hety. HIe anticipates lit~* this mirntig thIere arrived the 1Mie
Stie tranble l a this section in future, gan delegation of 100, district No. 6,
"I muiptsy with ctedlt to those peo- of Pennsylvanta, with 10( delegates,
pie." ..iOdoded the special agent, headed by Pattlelr rolan, the distrl t
"that 4 ldot believe they thought present, alnd alfilt No, 1, with 6 .O,
they Ware olng exactly wron ini ue.t- headed by T. D. NL.Ichols.
ting this timber. As I stated before, T'he convention. opened wlth an aL
;the tber was there, and they knew dress of welcome to the delegates $?
Seo d to the Unlited tates gov. Mayor Jihn li.tzman, which wan
enments by did pot consider that briefly rest peond ed h ~ e n
,t kng from la commnnttee on rules antI order of busa
that who bture had Iven it, and nes
hich h ,aost the governmentnoth-. G. l.aekey, dlitrfict No. ll; Bd
g .wrd' t'alhll,,distr!ct No. 12; AdatMa
Pen+s +nosa. Fla-, Jan. .1g.- -obbetS The report or the c..rormitt. Oa or.
tteaimiit i.lo wreei oa~sseng r train: entlals was then called (o., .


*e L.oisisviihi aad Nashyille 1'h ,cowipimtt0 eosslatts oef ON e
BZ t^Plrt ,tunday night : M ot::t Lawrpo4., 0.; *at-
4 iM nd other *obstructlons ticz mitaii tioO of Oilpat, p al d
on the track,'.I tit -W ao t In lla BlalY of bM
4)sp ..by, by a s. ctio berA atw: 1'!.
itb s aIrrvalv of'thti ;traiL .*e*.
woek t $0 uitIsa fsoas V ssu

t4Was j$fTftQ!h. ,


Are th kin'di thatI, s ettle : o the" luna a 4 develop,


PLEURISY


PNEUMONIA ...


and CONSUMPTION


stops t.e coughl ad heals th
lungs and eents serious
resu ts m a, Cld
Ooenumption Oured
Poley & Co., Ch..go. Dana d, Sept 28 1902.
*. O4entlm"6 p PQLY'S H-6ONEY AND TAR cured me o0'conoump.
tion after I had suffered two yeat arnd waalimost deaperate. Three phystcians
failed to give me any rellet and the last one said he could do ie noo good. 1 tried
almost every medine 'I heard toll of without benefit until POL Y'S IONEY
AND TAR wasrecotomen4to Its effect right from thestartr"aBs magscal.
I roved steadily fr the first dose anid am now soun -and Well, nd think
FOL EYS HONEYAND TAR is a God.send to people with Throatl and Lung
Trouble. Youth very truly, Mrs Mary Ambrose.,


FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
contains no opiates and does not con-
stipate like ordinary coughmedicines.

THREE SIZES-25, 650o and $1.00
The 50 cent size contains 2: times as much as the
small size, and the $sz.oo size almost 6 times as much.


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1OXLEY CO.


REFUSEE SUBSTITUTES
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY W. M'OOLLU 00.


Are Here to Hunt. --
AImonig.tlie visitors to this city broe
Jolly quarttteo rum lI.idotaitowi, Ia.,T
composed o(f r. John A iatton, 19ii 7
L. Battpn, Commodore R. W, leall '
and Major Gt(o. W. W BaIley, who are;, ao
eithuisiatlc Rporttinwn as over canme T
toPlorida. These genttnien are 'ib
strangers to the people tof Galin vllle
and th~nisection. They are personala
friatds of D Herog, uand thoroughly .j
enjoy the shooting Jn thls viollty,y 1
They have been regular inter Via"i
ors for th lomk forward, with plraAure to thetir
outing in Actehuaecouty.,
81TUATION IN SAN ODOMINO0. :
Strong Amerlcan and BrItish Quard is
Landed to Preserva Order,.
New York. iar i. The gvern **,
mit troop it s laim' 111,e ju.t "r, ptiiroi
tihll s' ei+y, yls. a 'itert Plta4,. oa"to.
t unapspoit drwt. i heirt raImd, werd
e*5aruan'<{ lo y tineitrel l.ijmrdol "
T]:here. tl"te ';,Id, w itIn 5 n.g++ed0:'O1 then
Sgovrnnt ialadte, wi, amsraMter4 '
Sar t ai tta'w tI 'the iritish teuir P$Wtivs$h -
trop rPitt m elMtlwe' t ir ti.tt

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r t.. .Y .iRi oY SMITh OHAPTER.

iN:y dd- ^wherf i shall om. tfglinting through he
X ~ i si e^}.ight, views i' f t i itaigtlii : hut* I
14finatl ta' y.to It tWoktl a s b.f e Iinai tta pland
We4i10 lt shuth fti a nt t6 romillwel : iThat h. s
tdotiNe y0e11 tohI Yard of Westmninstoter, nod the
'n' mte 4ut i ehniding tht imR of brise,
f 5 sa of 4 lW I Ittloni g tt l t( ,rit uti one ofI
IOubt(M, s4o.o nthand'stqiostetvWrrty opc The ver.
0.4 a15* ia tiot of e nt'a t)l be zdeue, and
would h4ait 'ro. A o 'neWrsition JulsMi t. about tI
as) in thi pl4a bedouo to thiit iatn Jt& ateoo
046t':.thI)^ i*.b W601d ifht:.htlow' the : eo a

torl yery ^ Mt-116, 19,01 is hel alt pf wias
in o e 1 4a, a k te p datee Iupon wh this
NOt.h of history', st hou 4a ld I. retistd a
)4 elaes and eeit*a4#4 ### twas Jos'ulabtp~enon


! the 00a had been made haltf'lav
01 and halftree, tnd the reslonsbllitn
fii d no e ife at the door of his one
e H 'loved his' county withl the coerag
f of a omenao, iand the devOiion ofdA
i0s partial; yet he knew n
ig hesitationn whep dity ed
k, but marched to the
sB knowpig his name would never agali
e, appeara, e .cept perhaps in the list o
- the' killed. Ths, image of bronze'
$hall proelaitn to the world his pour
age and'valor., Here let the sons, hai
daughters t th. Bepublie comedy ant
learn iotv men can go ,ili'ng to deati
8td feel if IS ng ialmpie matter, whet
it etrnt in obedience to the oall of
duty, No ,elfoih thought tarnilhei-
hia brave heart, nor love of money .01
gain olled his soul. In that figure oi
brontie, nor in the granite base thai
supports it, not one ignoble prejudice
on etpory is preserved... Takn froni
the heart of the hills as God' made it,
the sciulptor's art has fashioned in
faithful beauty and grace; Let it
abide here insunshine and in storm,
In. the4t11ii'01ij" f night, nd glorious
d1/ ,r)bH iit.sitands.'rePresU1ing
th~ 0 i1n "I'Confederate unifurmit
Sgi't(c iuld ever lift itgray ap
i4.4 .th6 flag or' ot r 'reunited
r the. bravo mdh of- the
Army who fought in, the
trea^srom f 1Bull Run to Appomat.
o* t i' hallO guard axnd .defend the
trutlth, %iod in justice will preserve
It, Let there bU no fear, veterans;
hiAtory will not fail to vindicate your
Integitiy and patriotism, What does
itinStter ifnowaiid then the sordid
and narrow soul are prompted to do.
fame, remember the great heart of
thtt typical American, Abraham Lin.
0oln. could do you justiOe; that thet
o ldetr and statesman, William, Me,
STkinley, was great enough to wear tih
Confederate badge as the guet of tIi,
0onfedeorate soldier, and with thcu
courage almost subliWme,.pay tribute to
the living veterans, and suggest plans
for honoring those who: were deed
tht tlhebig.henrted A. E. Stevenson
when dedloating the Chionamuga park,
said: "Here in thi' dread tribunal of01
last resort, vale oContended against
valor; hre bravo mien struggled and
died for the right as (:}od gave them
to see the'right." It was the gallant
and brave Gordon, who has but just
crossed the ryver, arid today sits with
ULe anid Jackon anid Johnson imidt
Sherman and tho brave and generous
Orant,-and the othor. great and good
moi,, who aat "T'.'rtlth, jiutice and
patrloti1m u i1e tIn proclaiming that
bob4ha ides fought and suffered oir lib-
erty as beqiiathd. by, the father;
their one 6r liberty 14 theunion of the
ates, the oI 0.ft liberty in the ist.
dipelideno0 of the States."
itfy nhr preserved the story of
h ourgeot the women of Jnde%
ln tho resttaneea f the HHoly Cityt
a(ast the latonan regional;' how the.
women o(f l Netherlandi enrolled
teir names in the aAlrmy In brave
do e l p'fe 61of the bnoaes wheh
the ke of Al.v went lon' lh blood
mttlib; how Wiiei the Prenoh' rated
the dom.edi ety of Soragossa, thouq.
anda of tdo4 women were found among
the olaini wh guarded the ramnpirts of
1 (ty. 'ut the, women o.0 the
ottt vey ,qual, i s not superior, in
nge an fijopanaty" virtue to the
^w io,, ."ort ofa t Hilrlein 'or
8 orag0'oa. f" a e he il t j k
4augii~er, liW t rthis' work of war to-
4y, God bless thaem and the. hi Story
tH lmake, preserve in thi
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S pictures W Ite b aorps q TcoiopelOen i

In blan t'elo ft
ltie o Flcord r Rcwan.eVjo d Recretion. it wilt l ber,'apri wo
ot a doll lnei y s Et.iiote tb/ a corps of o 8po / a t5 *nen ita n E
lpetures baiulso eni o eri o r e eht am rieI g'*atlb ls~t*e 't1-&ca

S unl tanlho t.It soueid s o to Aeveryomn e. 8,. .er../ ...o e
tie suabrlt iotiw li.st of N 1 l0 untrel tosand o, To i h fotl

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hi~ngto,, Jan.. 18-The ,Delo,
Siiattinil 1cu mtte having etg
l city O Wavlhii)gton onthe tioLn,
"uepiy. 19l0, iaHe apipointed WeO'
Sthe six'8li'tiny 'of July, 18(14, as
plaec, fir' holdingthe Peo
atlonal ounventilon.
Iadci state ls ntitiot :to represea-,
on their eitati to double the notiU
of its8 ienaotoi and repreentative;
the congress of the ULniteit tates*,
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1*47,)WjA itlKiNNeAS & AiMtVlt4 ,
Drol,*aouggists0T'oledo, 0'.
rsnlis Qv atrh Our olastakenlitter.'
aly, ty tg i d .tiectly uponithe, blood
o feso of0he s tee
stts il~sbt; *free Pribe 7:0etss
SP tPic. 8old by all tdrogtitas
a Vskse Ill'sFaIaWly'Pillw for 0onstl.

07TIN'08F;OMPM U 80N.
Sar ep'rs Proipng for Coming Cropo,
Other Matters of interest.''

sealed down so work ppar'ig for.
< anthircrop. ":
D, G. Rolaid and family o('New-
berry were here yesterday, the gueuist
of the ter.or's' brotolr-ittmlaw, It.
,.' Tuoker, it. bting, the birthday
of: bothV Mr. TIuckeor ad' :): LQ. RUo-
land, Mr. Roland while her' O acked
seom ducks and qua ,14 h'res. oed
Rev. .. 'W. Slhflleld 'has remlove4
'f*om Newbery.'
'1~1. '1'nslker put till &. lalftrille f
WI fe.:iso. last Bweek:aand iays, he. will
it a frth .ore 'ina few days' ,
.A i a Wek :is repairing .his fole
4 sanystihat he. will plow thirt ares
l endis year, i.f he doesn't htre

.L.arter ot this place has bouht

'Ouwsto r, nt. ha, .i.o.

1. W icks is' now li'erking for it
6. Tisker til t$turdsys.
S.: t5Years Si Bed.
S oi. A,:. Ory, J. P., OOAvilhs. 'n.L,
rlitts; For tonn ynares I wa: onHlned
.. m id. with disease of my kildeoys.
w vrsa thatte 1 .Wuld tiot move,
$ eldithal skit vl.a1l'sbled but eoul
S i lieft un .til Foley's Kidney Our m
i" reglomuti t ndd to 'n,. It has bieen
"b to y Sold ty J, W. Mot


~l$Ieaoarddge Mason Had HisrHands
Fulln This Occssiont.
~on ~y being regular. court day, the
a busy e with Cottutty
lMasunThere were se'utralI
bIlSw t e t t iot'epertant of these


of V^ lheh'-ak & 09. vs.
as namlnsmt^ :.-nan


y 1 U4 tOfm cer, egrinms, apoplex coma andr
n n h o u atton, o a snte of the remuls
Mton. you readoNoits gee.,
at a t 0 hotte to, become knteeh-spra'ng. Iit
S~, destroys the delicate senslitvenel s t
1 Thsa Moo 1f26&, 9N., K 0s. 6hblte it which ismost dist1ablein guid
r k fi g a horse,,

pt4Ulng a load has his head held in by s
W, ohtjk rein, he cannot throw : ie weigh
1BIG JOB OF PA'INTING into' his coltr, anid is hhiWdered frolt'
givinghis body that 'position Iwhieh i
Tabernacle of SBble'OonfMerencs Beiig the most natural and effective," ./i
Treated toa 0 at of Paint, goes on to speak, of 'the consequenti
In comizplianre with h r a train of his limbs eand uisles, and
theoAMP' (nd (!! Use:, o10"telnfluenel a an
recent is.sw of heiOul, steps th, uInry caused i bthe eonjtrained
ade to elur~emoier for painting the position .of the headi whereby' the
tabernetlo A the rinBible Cn, ebr i an l ro tion re aie0 i ted
fotence, and they, isre g oessful, andti the horse ade4 tetleis, iA ritabl t
s.ii twho moneyIwa s a raisedan i a, force and un'ootofrtable, Ti. chedk 'reti
o menstoi so iw e p|l a theIm .
wense beildhzig a mal in another wIy. q y holding the
T r| pt thef aadupard Itt it pns the miat ies a of the
iOensios of h, 'borole is jno4ek o a k enota t strain. They be.'
-,stllt h o nTh'i bu Oilgo e of i n tu e painfully un eas all' tired, w I
most homi wdlo e lw 1 heza e tha t e horse cannotostan it, he rests the
theri Unthfor hat rtte', s i eht of his had uponthe ren,ustid
omfort'bl a14i iW people., lTh 'fhis inth is violent stretaeti Thus
pol tTIsoalmoest double the sottin he chly exehnges o temo1 or tor
caops ety of the gill-fated roquls ur for anothu." ere To snrn ,up l ae
theater, Chica *hle hwas t third word, thtie rqheck retf lesser s the
lArgest 'pera v 'a in the United hrorse'asentther bbrings on direseas,
,Stazes ,inasdInlh h the seating keepai in pain, frets hd iore
capealty f the tabrosele is eondinedo hir mouth and spoild his tempeg',
to oni.fooilroWhile thweper'Pt-eo on 'Therefo I say, th Orse ]m being ofne
taiute4 hree galeries, i4. may readily ofoq; mo4t fait&hful.seraiits, let u,
boeswn that It Is a, bulldpn of broad one tnde at use, oh r influence i agaInst
dnenaon ,'ati d, 1fw thinshlessintoler.ble], ir 11d -torturing
venwnl .the sei modern timues!e, in the d obck rein. T
ae of competitIon, whe paints, like Improvements
everything else, are told with little ,oses wherm tha e anitorw at the
margKtn of profit, the paitt hiarterial rre-.
qu a n expenditure of almost Court house, is an ambitious as well as
i00-whlaoh means a biglot of paint an nergete kind o a fellow, with the
e pa howvr wll ave a ten result that he constantly at work i
dtuncy to presrve the immense build..an effort to i improvee the. coirt house
t-nd n th e rnd will 'irov nt bi ,groundsI. WhV n Mose first assumed
saving to those who put their hand ts chi of theounty property it w
their pockets to build it for the benefits in noie too good condition, as far as
ohpeop ofane l. the grounds were oncernOd. The
l of G e :. p gates had been carelessly left open,
MONDAY'S FIRE. withd the result that the cows had
7-: taken uip their abode oil the lawn and
Alarm Turned in From Box ,21 Brought what grass was ;ot eaten had. been'
Boys Out With Promptness. trampled. With that determination
An al rm of fire was turnedlin from to make the surroundings look good
Box 02 iwhlh brougM, the department for which he habs iade himself fantitd,
out with its usual promptness Minday ose at once hadall the gates closed
afternoon at' 4 45, and in a few mo- at night. :He reset th trees and pre-
ments the lamwhs, which. h were di-. sowed the grand with fine lawn grass,
coverqd at the building, 218 West a d now he has bees rewarded, for
Union Street, ,oCeupied by Henry both trees snd ga.s are ,growing
Vanote,' a'ctolored man, l .t were under finely. ,^' ,:' '.
"ooutpl" M has recently set in the court
The most fai olaIty of the fir house grounds a qmniber of.n mock or*
was the eath'o "Oharger," a smll a.nge trees which he says will be full
bildog beiongn toQ hae. Orawford, leafADing i short tne' :i
hi0 *, rdlaver n t 'a nstantly 'ttke a grie ideal t ofpride itn their '
killed by ,thwaoa oe opay runds id oe to .the -'roporter
No. 1. 1Ohargertl altloukh a small Monday,'"espeoially since the good 'la.
dog, s regarded a contrary an4d dies have -placed the fine nwminueut
vicolois ai"ta4lt .Ie had not been t e' heIre. I iad a lot of trouble to get the
i ust.opid to follow the to w igon e people to close tlelgate4 behind them.i
at. took gratdelight in jdusptng t bbt now they have fot irnto th habit,d
h 9taes head ald heels, 'ie jut'ped1 ad if nothing ha o-penin a few miosgth
nce too often, owaver, 0eld hae hor ehndsonest little perk in Florida
driven t ..ose .Vago.n No. ,I appar.
eontly did not lose an opprtuity to Brutally Toprt4ird,;
g ; vent e kicked the the A ease came to light that for per-
tround, after which the wagon ftt sitet am4 < s Sfu1 torture lhas
vei its hwad, ;washli(g out Its bralis. pehrhp. never bee equaled. Joep
"Oharner" was well known in bolfbiek of CobsAtsalifornia, writes:
ainOSvflHle, and the news of hois 'eth 'Poi 16 yers It endured insufferable
wi'l be received 'with sOutprise *by paIn Ufro' Ihet llas tWi and nothing
isatYy._; : reliavtd me thoniug I tried everything
A Night Ai nt kno On. S' Oa5O letri jil'-
Worse thai an ilrmt of fire at iight trmtt end its re Aes sedi oht
is the brassy eough 'f oroap, wAloh of 15 eomnple#*ly ioleeed and oered
sounds ilk. the othidzMne' death kne), ine." 5ast as geoo for liver and kid.

done quIkl.. fioley's Honey n Tav -ye Bt io guarlneed' by


'seven,


Meten one tetc..Upod on w t,00-w44s
WesltQ as ou)t ba produoeA, until 1olowlD
riehain raroad fIties may
with perfooteaa y ship by freight and
ha've It returned same way. Mark
gallnl` 'to ,ii an a)Bo your t 1am1 on
b or arrel and mail us bill of ladinp.
Prepay freight athippuix point., Our
0hargefor storage isMone ~entpet pound
tar one month. Wv ilso wit h a, buy
.bogs dre60s. We .oliel patronage i
perfect confidence to give entire eatis.
Action and feel that -our enterprise is
of the greatest benefit to the farmer..
Yours for home,-made meat,
S )IAMONDi I E C,0 IlPANY
1B. Lvivngton, Mr a, 0aliuesVlle, Fi
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT.
Noioe i. herteby ilvO th.t tie 'members of
St. Luke's Evagefeal Lqtletan Churoh. Mel-
rose. Flai,, wtsb to ameod their charter. A pe-
.ttaor wlt n Omade to Judie ofr the Circuit'
0ou6rtl tht proper time aId plaoe, fully Set-
tlnj out the number of artoles to.be amended
and the mianer in which such. Amendment Is
tobti made. 0, W.IBALDWINs ,
eioe :a "n Peticionecs'Attorney.
Wp~ro~eFla,,^a, ll WH


OL, S1AiRP ,LLIAS :.::,,
Guaranteed 8 years old, By the
: gallon, $8.00. 4 full quafts $.80.

4*E.1 Jo COLEMIAN RtE
Guaranteed 6 year old. py the
gallon $2,75. 4 full quarts $8300,
EXPiRESS PREPil
ANVIL RYE
Guaranteed 4 years old, Bythe
gallon $2.50. 4 full quarts $2.78,
EXPRESS pREPA,


CLIFFORD RYE
By the gallon $225. 4 full quart
I$2 0,: EXPRESS pEPA
OLD kENTUIOKCY CORN
Guaranteed ,8 years old. "By the
gallOn $8,00. 4 full quarts $8.25
0,2kS RE


NOTICE O1W .PtUBLCATION, 01 POINTER COR$ OLm U
Land Ofioeetat Onloee illle.'la. ,
January eII, it,, Guaranteed 4 yeras oldg 6 t
Notice la lereby riven that the followIng. gallon $2.50. 4 full qulart i ,
Oad sAett)ler hanfledo tibe of ter intention EXPiPRESS P4
tosq.alte f~inl in.oof noitniport&o1 rlaIm.ald
t0te2d "!roobi il be Mai, before aegisteri? We handle all the leadWi brai
t. ','On 1brury Rye and Bourbon Wh Ve iskfen hA
.^7 aT ~l 'ase, o atch a et it d will 'saVe you froi. 25
I u. iar the N 1fLot 1ti ot Section to o per ct on your purOmsea
f V i111l,, 13 1-2ohS i^. N i'4N of ofor price'1 l1 and fatalogue |
Sbeto es the o0winrwitneoses toprove fee pon lppiaBton.
.hIr.onitaI1,s reidebnce upon and! c.:ilvation
81f at non 0; Hathoo, A T ones
Pf..i" U- oap ,. TH.E ,ALTMAYER,& FLATA
'siep ll. allofHat lhed, .'i. er. I LIQUOR COMPANY
peia WO. SON, elgter iO. Iin irnT
NOTICEE F&R PluBLIATJON.' SOti0.o$10,1 FOURt SlE
SLand Oce at Oati0nevle, '0la,, MACON, EORBIA..
S' ..Jnuary l4, I ),
Not1 e I hereby glven thba thie followin-.
na.ed settlerb'i filedotlo eorl sintention Order Your
o to make' final proof in sui)po)rt of his
lai,. nd 4bat said proof will be nsde m ,--bcfore Whl{ .
'lefftitrud i.ecelver at.Ganeavllle, lOa, on .V..iSt.lS FrOm
TFebruery-.'lCt0dvIz: ." 'vIS
Gltus B.IJousimt. of Yular, Fla,.
.d 1atrfo te 6w r ic '42VT., THOS., M. RAY
S.e nietes the followIng witeses: to prove PA ATKA. FLA. '
ho aioutlnoud residence upon ittid cultivation
Stket LArd. (I R li.. F Ruckelr, .1. F 4 full il s K
1Mlkell lofyutr.m'la. fll s Oqrl:.,nd Qs.T s,. .
pd W. 14, OI1NSON. lNs;teser. .I full sluirji Monm cur Rye
4 ,fll ,,,il,,.' iL,,el,, or N. N Corn No, ,
NoIc' orP AkPLCATIrON O AMEND. 4 ftui (urts I'rli of N, *' oru No, i
i'.MEN TO CHA I'ERl. All goods packed id neat box, e
Notlc Is hereby len.th, on the iievoetls style. Il want your holiday: bush
daty of tebrlttry, A. D), 901. the Ifeliey-Mo-. ind ll treat yUright Sendme yc
nonidd Lumber company swill iiny to is x- d will trat yu r Send e y
elney, nionoralee Wflllhti .,. ,liennligs, v. order from prompt shipmen :
ernor of the State of Florlda. lor letters 'i'O AM.. R .'6," 'Palata, Fla
Patent (or the amendines 1 tto s < hurr So la
that the Sections or itraigra ts i, trd, 5t .......
al 7t'h, wI lleal reiit sidihri >o ) i s 'o i i I -, "R & \
IHIafrtL(,M.D( Iu)i(it C:(AMANV.. GuE .S. HACKl ER & S0
SPer .,It. P TTI.i.' A ,,.oIe ohl'lnoise t
Attest: J, 1. M(IXUAL)I (, Scoretiury. 1ANUFACTUltERts8 OF
THE t AMENDlMN'l'T3.iOl'OS ,D.
1;t '-The o orrste. ris e of.V1 .ls e'I o t iii
1h41ll"b11. m Tle 'KFm'ipoolu Ismiber CAOnpioy, lo-
cated and htvinig its iwiln ol e'al iAiimeew i)te (s c.
Creek ilnthe County of Atlichultt, ll, tle State '
Of Timirda, .. .... .
.irF'-The, capital .toekt Of this. ieorpor'tionlis
ha'bllDe.IflltyTh' asiis iil, i ,'liers 1, ..*) 0ll
vide(llntio five hlti(lr'ed slares orf tuo |ar iiuie
of Slitliti 'uch:,. #2 .te .itl,) of which lia'.e seen
im mted btl ad fo. s1thei, bnh'n 0 hl
stock si sll h ie issued iS ttheO loard of l)ireetors
fth 'TI'O business of this l0or',oratilois toI 0
0(rn4a0utm by 'Presi etTret miurer ni tl
retarfi. ard atlOan'i of Dlr tOr's iollsisl.tt'is ( 5iB o
be eVlterori bYtho olrq A o her -
tljes shIan ibe at0Nt)Idtetid, the in.rd i)f Di'.4f
tor. Ttile Ottloies of iepretewrY iqtild 'I .rel'irer X,' 1):'4 11
i h eld byone aoul ein en r il M
t r-i-Te itW W ai iothsi t t of lnel'ii
it .ty n to 'httil s t ri,0rpo tlitnio tl -"1 -it lil
time suhbjt Itseif,' 1 siIV F '0ort iinl 1)olsnLC
lI te # er s' I on' It en. .L C 1H .AltLEATON '8 ,-
''Sash, Weights, rCa l Bardwar
.OmATI) UNOD ETlI) K iAAIAPTK P T

a o A.e'.ar(..0 t ietu l e No, *.-
d it thi .,d d. ty. ofL .isit, J h6 l, J 1r, A'. b,~ io'
hbits id.eal .st certitis nt c n r ... i ,
mait( aplisleatlon for tlnI iiei 1 is' i .
ol anektn o ewith l tiw. Salrt eriltc t
thA) foljoing t:l,'s" (Is %Ela. fEinro 2etA
Nw4( of itsw .- t a )s i n Ii s, t 'x
he iiune of trisucih celOttltte n ii he hisi r Cllll M I 1 ,
A e-v ( a c .il l' r "'" .h'i t l
Unless s.id certnilleate man be re, alat Fi,
secordine lout-e. teletd will lj lo
W Ktbo ss 'ts 'rU l J..nstnunre t sl e i''AL PRICE LlIT.
t.e JA I1 A R'Of-4 E '. A i l'l:
)ro. Faen. n i "i h5 I \X ex 'e '

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se aV4" 1 nteuOr r .t f : s ;. 2-gal2, U) "'IL'e .
.treur at in srgt.4 for jugs retrnd
16 boxed if -red
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'i :..:: 1 :'h Sun.:. ;. : ,
i 40sday bail4i StunI
W 6.,. tewart of' Campviplloie
tuOPg time visitors to thip city y'ester.

r. 4md'Mrs, Joh Urown of .Rooky
t4 .ere rvisiltorto this oity yester.

l.'liuueyof' Willeford was among,
hgse woh paid Galnevtile ,a visit yes,.
W .dy .. : :
Hairry Wilox of arly Bird ia spepid-
i r a short tine with his iothwe rin
'ti l city,
t i ReevOes, a morelhant of LaCrosse,
wia transacting business in this city
5terday -
.lBriaky, a prominent business
Uof Jaksquviile,. wai, ut tihe Bro.n
,oi5e SiBtnmday.
t h Kt "odaenat prominent ci isen
|utooker of Tacomiia, 'was trading
S$tl t.yyesterdsy.., .::
,!r. and Mrs,. J B. Outer of. Oeala
t he horuesta of o0apt'. and

S ihomnas a progressive planter
S cow Oreek 0ion, was trading
he ity.y ystor"day.
alis Roberts aMudI Ion or'Dell were
u those whe plid the county cap-.
a yiels yesterday.
A' Fllowe r,. a pirogresoiveo il)iter
^ 4h|(ampi.lle *otion, wau raving
S sity yesterday. 'i .. ." '
I Johlln A, Itosborough ahd
g MiN idli At, :Woret 'visib

ilte of Micanopy, ya'nmtetmt

r g ;lativea in this olty Sun.
C |day' ven Otngt e
B Iupvoil ,I w
'* hIt uhit y yesterday, iet
b s80cItm t t't and renewed


^^^^FlMl^ I $8t
H hBe thS onea'at'h


I, a-s -
etr rpto ',4'00 ea, ,olkty 0 aslt t or
'to uvla Wheir property. 'It wa a
thought nflact on his part, 'an he
Jos5 omeetisany4 the various
preoffofp n the date' given a posst
'lyie Oj4lor:Iflekinionill n4,aft.
00 to ab*opoisy ;&(r.0 Coiono As rA'Is
possible, hi be recent a4baoce on his
r liFai, 4 oihllocw fchsihi fat
npt
yet.ceri'at whetho' he can make an-
other trip orn ot,
M IV. VimHna 141 IL Baeon and ieo.
,3M oo -o f .f Savannah prominent
businepss'ne of that efty, after brief
but pleasant visit to N. A.. Cal0Ion ,of
Bejnnhgtoio have returned to their
home. The party eame to thlir oity
Sutday,-oomptped by X, I'0allio4,.
abd boarded the noon train over the
Sealboard Air Line for Savannab. Inp
PeakOn l the visio, Mr. Dixon stated
that pring Park F'armi, of which Mr.
O4lllon I(s mkLgger, is 1One of the
h1*14m1 0 estates he:ha' ever seen,
mand pressed erestt that he andt his:
party lp4otremain 'longer. '"That
J 0443ito oneof the most royal
ntelinrat have ever knownn," be
00i4, td'it burebuslupnessi was sueh
t~tacooid 18,e it we' would niot'
ohto remaining the whole season
PAt his house.,"
iarm Wdneg'#jqV)s D PIU# j$Wmn.


Alh one of our oldest andI mos A, J: 'etear 'of Rochelle was in the
L suslbers, e epor the 'iyetesrdaty.
veoppicof his neighborhood in apros Hon. W, N*. N. Qamp of OCala was iW,
p ihe city yesterday
Robt, Daou""n and Willi6Ham Laag8 J. i, ic nugh. prins was
lord of 1Nephrry were among the vi-. Iw the ity' yesterday.as
Itors ,tht ofl ty yesterday, the former M. r
having gogfor the purposeof making od rnd Mrsi 3toR Emeron of Kirk-
a honseked entry in the United dy. sts o the yet
State s n4ud off.ice. ,* flI
Te hasan ronolad form o Ila. ',. K, Anderson ..d A, E. Summers
lbr ConMtras' whloh Is' invaluable of springs wre amongthe visit
fare r, n-ialstores oPperators, and tis it yesterday.
employ rs 'generally, whilih will be Jdge 0, P. Webb- of High Springs
sent postpaid in lots of 25 or .more for was among the prominent people ,who
oni cent per copy.y dlwf visited Galnetile yesterday.
Mr. aid Mrs. Melton of Micanopy Mr. and M s. B. Mtdrrell of Mor.
were amongtihe visitors to this. city riston wore In the city yesterday.,
yesterday. Mr. Melton is a member of 'hLir many friends were glad 'to see
the firm of Allison & Melton, nmani- th.(m .
facturers of lumber, W. K. 1aldwir, and wife of St:. Louis
E,. Tf Hawthorn of Hawthorn and W. are stopping at the Brown House.
'. Bryait 'of Bell, two of tbo survivors They are here with a view of ,spending
of the Cofedeiate Army'are in.l hthe it wInter.
ofty,.havig, come for bthe purpose of .John V. Den'tonof Lake View, lone
atteutidtig the ceremonies of the n of The Sun's valued friends and
en of Kirby Sithm'lonument to- bscribsbeirs, wis amnng the visitors to
day., .. .''. :' this city yesterday. .
EvaneUits Lee Graham a64d AV..i W. A. Jos, omerly, of thits ebtyI
MoKi t.try d.parted'a yesterday for biut ow employe:dby 0 Smith, an
KBmaus umtu, wherb they will spend Che extesive crossti and iood contrao-
dy uti The part.will take din. tor dt Lvesbt rgiIs here on a brief visit
unsr at the old Haisehomuteoad :olabo* to' his" family' ,
rate prparaons having been mrade inett of arose was
tor the spr ..:;ad,.\' '' "mionm hoeg v h o,; pail Gafinesvte a
Among 'the p.omn0't visitors to this visit yesterday. Mr. ~Bennett Is a vet
eity Is Iro. Wilki"nson 1 al.l of Jack- omrnn,,adam6e, witness the Iemorr-
wsoviille hwmoee for the' purpose of ial exro re e:,
ttd the rmoe f Kirby ld Grove
8.ili 0oe ipt r unveiling today. T ie v liable if rredo do,lDatniel roe T.sM.
... ena. r's frionda were glad Lu wel- Unaross*' W Cann and
cme hii agalnI Tmus If Vi.el ware t thn tayd E,. D.
m.A.Muiltiby:, the brick manufee day and paid the 8u6t their eotel
uWer. of Ctprle was among the meits by renewing their subsrip..
businew. visitors so this qit' yesterday. to.' .
Hie states 'tat 'he us kpimg a large moo th vil s c i

with this it1Urdulloitt to keep op t with Arly 'as yotueA things is quie
the dmapd foyr hi! protiuca1 hi ued-j'.o n 'i says e ryth quiet e
rs. i, M. Ch rait and str wags eoumpled to dtpend uion -Sthe r

nthe*i f :r,,m Tacoma', and are ithe starve todsh d,
po#ts tJ As. Orahoi. They
i ^e for rpo.oe of atbeuntluy the Ath e : A igAto' prominent visitors to
er ties t irbt' Smith Catr L y stty was W nk.
United D gb the Oonfederapy, sl a iro8 ve sebant of Ar-
tody' her, who eS4zq '.tte enveifts of the
*t -,- waloost^ VWoaitedarate ,us and enjoyed

raa also heirt, att o ther bust1 8.1 r. ,o High spigs
;1a01 s roino h ftieti to The 151 t i few houts '4*
^ ^) llr. t ft th mimt o. 4 fk.


g t.resithat ni pcmaary. n Y
34 al son twelve years old,
1t0 right leg broken by ng
.i^ : wor by tol 114g'
f the feice t ot the court house
Yd wi hle attendIls the cerentioles
of Kirbyy 8rith Chapter. 'The wound
.a. ,t by er.olson, and at last o-"
coints the patflep 'was doing fairly
well,
ieof t'Mhriayjs *ln Aun ;...'
Clyde Reese oL Ta'eo'a was ;in tie

lmonsoi 'a Wonherful Salve fd
sale by JW. eMo llr.i & Co.dw
J'.,. W .il.iNm e of'Wade was among
the viitors tio his city yesterday.
Twenty thousand seed cane for sale.
S. L Turner, Nettleton, Fla. w2t
W. T. Richardson of Tacoma spent
Tuesday with relatives t in this cityr
F0o prides on seed iow peas write oM.
Mcrale. Denmathk w. o. 12-16-dawm ni
,ptain 0i. oA. I eel, of HInes owas
among the sinesvs visitors to this Eity
yesterday er, ; n iled.
T, Earl of i Hatch's Bei. d, Lfay.
tte county, Was among the visitors to
this city yesterday,
L Medliun, the naval stores oper-
Ator of Me'redlth, was trausacting
buiilapts irithiscity yesterday.,
e Pedrocrk if you. want to purchase a
,e* Igy or wageiu. Prices are al-
oai6 o so Is-se ite Vehicle.
ITur:tlo' rI IPatton departed yes-
terday for Haltfi aoon, in the vicinity
of whieh place he will do some gur-

J. W. Williams of Wade, one of the
leading merchants of the West E'd,
was ii town yesterday and called at
The Sun o ffce. .
M rs. J, G. Rice of Highb Springs,
after a brief but pleasant visit to Mrs.
W. Smith in this city, returned to
li'r home yesterday.
Good four-room cottage to rent, one
mile from court house, Apply to Dr.
T. F. Thona., city, orJ, W. Alsop,
North aineasville. d6wl.q
'or Sale-Budded and 'grafted pecan
tree. Very fine stock.' Several va-'
rieties. For prices write W'. P. Mose-
ley, Gahinevil e, Fla. wtol-25
General Gllohrist of Wade, who is
hereas a patient of the Odd Fellows' 1
Sanitarium, is improving, which will
be gratifying information to his many
friends.*
100,000 stalks Japanese sugar c ane
for' ale, er thouand A few
pot; ds naied varieties pecan nuts $1
pert pound, 'ainesville Bottling Works,
Gainesvllic.Fla. 11-Ows8mov
Amon the visitors to this city yes-
terday was W. G. Horton of teII who
conducts a drug store .. that town,
Dr. Horton is a Georgian, sand has been
at 'ell only afew motbah.
CUDAi Perpopialq ooudieted'party
ot h estelekero wjll l14 a 9 Tampa Mr
8antlgo, O ba, obn or about February
I. Fr rates and particulars address
.;MasterWehano i., J. Sith of the
Attlantioc C6ast Line, with headIquar.
ters in High rings, was 'in the city
for a f.ew .hours yeirday. IRe was oen
Moute to Palatke, where h11 went on
ofRolal business.
0. E1, eev he oty yesterday. I'r. lRleeves was
lor many years a valuedemplbye of
the Atlantic coast' Line, but was e. -
mently eompeled to rtsign his position
SaccouiAt of ill health.
', W, Stallsi super'ivlor of the Mon-
te9eha school Was a pleasant caller at
this oiElle. He reports his sohomil Ln
excellert ca*datiston aind the v npatr
siat pupis el plasd ia thtbeil^:^
er.Mis Gerg;Maia, o Slthei


I


pressions are being fill'in
manner of uniformiNtywhitclt Wb
the road a substantial one forI
Sears. h
,Among those who visited Gl
Tuesday was Hlon. H. 0.
Crosse, one: of the leadingmerth ,.
of that place, who also conducts04
to-date store 'at Hague. .
Parkerstated that the 0re lat
which was closed at his own 1
by a suit of replevin, i1 agp;U^u
and is enjoying a fine6business,
i.The carnival, comprising tw*eo, t
attractions. and a merrygo"op:id,
which has been holding :'fort1 the ,
burned Whetstote lot, yesterday 0yfl4-
ed their tents and departed for' liowr
'fields. The aggregation did noen ejoy:
any too flourishing a t boiess,
probably owing to the fact that a ear.
nival company had played here laf
w eek. ... .. : ""
SJohn Saule of High 'Spr ingisAgof
the valued employes of ithe lfhani-
oal department of the tla st
Line, was a,visito'to iBi e
,terday. -"M.talsilltoday .:
a benedict, as he will lead to t)tar
Miss 'Hatchel, ohef 'Hilgh gs'e
most charming. ai po arjoi
die Friend( exitend con'0 tl4 fops
in advance,
Hon. Chas. .Dougherty i ? ew
Sm'yrna, candidate for Cnrest e r
a. couple of d'ak: spent rn, tnhjlji !ity
n)ingling aniong old friends and ak
ing new, ones, departed yesterday for
lacksonville. Col, Doighrerty eels
very sanguine of success, and dec ares
he is going to accomplish gfeat t ingS
for thep'eopletof Alachlua county and
thi1 sectici w len 'he, gets too sh-

After a p(saet'sid : to tpj|
having come, in obedience to a' rE uest
of. Kirby' Smith. Chapter' Uniated
Daughters of the Confederacy, to de-
iver the presentation address at the
unveiling of the memorial monument,
ion. W. L. Palmer departed Wedne-.
day morning for his home-in Orlando,
Colonel Palmer's address was well ren-
dered and well received. As a.peaker
lie s. one of the most eloquent and
powerful in the South, and those who
were fortunate enough to hear him ap'-
preciated his remarks,
W., R. Green. who is spending' the season at 'Hami-
mock Ridge, was a ong those : who
came to 0 ilnesville to attend the uts-
vylling ceremonies of.Kirby Smith I
Chapter Tuesday, Mr. Green t or"gi-
nally from Georgia, but has resided i
Kansas for twenty-nine years. "I. A
whalingg from a Republican State," ihe
said, "but I have been a betacort all
my life, abd have a family of Demo.
ratio aon.":; Mr. Green is well
pleased with ?lorlda, and may decide
to locate here perma.nently,
,N. R Orter of Levyvle wat li. the
city for a f(ew hours Tue(isday, thiqest
of blehtson,N, 0airer, Jr Mr, Car*
tet was en. route to Jaki*sonilleshere:
he went to attend the sesio f of 0the
Grand Lodge of 'MasnnS. He boa been.11
for twenty-ine years mnemnI' o ) the
Orant odg. an a enjoys the Anrk-.
able reputation of 'atneve 0is
lesienon. He is also (ofor te ve -
taun, and was v"ery ais04At# %4,nln
to the uliveiil in$areises of'Irb7
mimth Chan* n t s si



























a wMpurary qus'
all disputea-the
ple-all the people
retrue to the eonstu-a
ple ded to the rogn
people, This oould
i Confederate veteran
brother* did not live'
B teach it in sincerity
Oe~"1. It is this truth that
this nation under the
f God to confer upon huI.
power and privilege of gov,
4he people and for the peo-
from one triumph to
Otil we shall crow': the m.f-
e past with the speotaole of
011,0 compaot, united, india-
6bods of love from the Lakes
land blazing out the path
n clear the way up whoh all1
0f the earth' must ,omeo '
.ted time. ..
s anad daughters hre at th
I (montumeont reglkter their,
reserve honor the I eoo
lit and unsllidd houn
1:1 ike up the work you ar*
tO49 w, a t in faithful io
J.pro triot exatnple, eet
S ,ty nflinohingl .ly al th
to the flag f oura lo
41b0-, now united forever' .
2hreltan hero and stateesmiii
)tlish, eirfferson DtaVs, dea
) litorio w'ork'.to .rthe marn
,Jthe t euth, wTheir daughters
t0u! t higs monnument as a loving
t'p t^te nieioly;of your d'0vo-?
| h'.ti ld.i 44,e i from
k, but reain t /inspire ther
thosq~e who .foll4' after you
00 the, era4itions

owing the dres of Col.: Pal-,




e and honor him It has been'
by these old t that eh no braver
4ior truer man ever worae tho nmi
iof his country, ahd when General
Ook advanced to the stand there
e three cheers for the gallant Conq
rate, whioh were suggested by
*Paler. The cheers were hearty
and the aged onfrpderate -olWer,
sodeieply the hoiwr bestowed 6",!o
t At he ome near weeping before
large ci.'o.
. ral Bnulpok made a talk -in. be-.
l Stonewall lCAMp, ocepting the
1 elet, and his temttrks were very


I - - I '1 1 1. ,
r8sivo. Rle said, among .otherT
mRetrnks ofdon. Buliok. .
ri eivitigthis motnouent
e nitnokm of-.the Opnfederate
Sinbter"rp&at alges.vile, 'a. gift
velfrom the love and labor of orq
Iteas womte, whose parity whose
aoxsmuanhosecouraage strength-,
i-our arnis~ ad igoraited our
'Iin the darkthours of thep
4 struggle, and whose love and
When th eatraim i beased sided the

. 'to robauipew the home' : di'
dden oyel 't he conflagr-
of, hai 1; a sbe d sthe b ,est es-
N Ad t w*l t O iisptiration to th4e
1 WWott~ ottr 0aaothland. id
I", In the pne of tl Confederate
I k"Itak I you, and in my own"

t AToo f1 that I feel. A partl-S


very tat,


It isf tsadtito take, l and

50 nt ,pew bottle 'at
drug store.




Lemon Eli>
' Made of Lemniomi. A


is

Al : .
W. '' ^


*been q'oted to i'erpetuate th 'faim'o
of departed heroes-. The pyramid
that have stood fo thousands of q:year'
hav riot, ;afno outlive the l ame qt
hose) who fahione1;'laem. And' log
ateti, t ie on imtit '3 ,1e that *,e have
Wbilt have ormibled 'into d.t wilkl
the inatne. of our heroes ,b reean

The women ofthe Soth, rode
y con6ditfoae .nb as u the rld sever
knew before and wiII n kee knbw
iain, will b, a ra or a
nanRd omibne5atin dd t to,- ewrg
. tom e wr4en1 of tune.
Neatly forty years' have pad0t1e10
thile war enbedi ned a gteat majrity
of tioi, :ho survived the war iava`
stood eore othe tribunal of thsir God,

main muoti answer the last roll ca)J.
A. is i n:nol osolatiom: to .feel and4
ncow thatre jgnsatione that are to

seat In peace na y beloved cM.oi
aeeayour fame on ,earth i sieoure
and your seat in Heaven woo. No
w*ord of mithe can add ,to your glory
for that ie written on inmperishable
scrolls and embosored In everilaating
tradition. o long as the world ,an
i9pport hunifot Inhabitants, "You' wlil
I0ake one of the brightest spots in our
history,
In coinolusion, myJ fellow copirades,
God grant that yOur remaining days
on earth may be peapeful and prosper-
ous and happy, and when the last roll
is sounded, may you be ready, as you
always were in the days of tihe sixties,
to respond to the final summons in
such a way that your Heavenly Father


will take you for his own forever.
After General Bullock's speech,dur.
ilg which several times many old vet-
'eran shed tears of love and affection,
there was ia general silence, .after
which the crosses of hoorf Were" be-
stowed by the president. Mr~. M oX,
Creamy. This ceremony was also ,i-
pressive, and, while Mrs. MeOretiry
made no speech, that lbiady' linolerity
to the. cause is iso woli. ..ow .th...t.. he
veterans received their crknosi with
thasatme gratitude. as itf loIf g talk
had been made over each. Mrs. Mo.
Creary is now: serving her tird ter .
astprte6sident of KlIrby. Smiti Ohaptei,
and the soldilr1 himave learned to Jlov*
her as a sacred. daughter of a eatuse
whieh they lost but ioghtt was right.
She commands the love ind resmpet of
every Oonfederalte solit' with whom
shehas an sequalitaute, and iney rev.
eppoe her. actions as acred moni
When the oeremonieg had been cow-*
eluided at tha court house yard those
bwh felt tinlin.ed went 5o t% O, i Ha lot, where a fie ba*teoN W an fish
chowder was' erved under the di ee'-
ioon of "t.ole J o." $i nnohn ind
ge J. A.. Carliel;e. .hre, were all'
ind1s of fine beef, tiuOtt.,o ad pork*
S,..an enitillent fish chowder., and ft


lp asthinated tha~t mtore than a ti
sand people woretfedt this ptb i
beocae
Ais'lloietherA'to ~vaioa itALoBo


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the ,stnaUno f slu h ,ceu rtlif ato. A"st o
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IoNNtWild iertifoat ~0b1i )le p. : a
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the ti day of JtDe beuar A.1). lt_.
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agents forp Pbst Milwakee and, Jung's Beers.
Whiskies, GinS, RUs from 1.50 to 5,'00 'per gal.
California Wine o m 1.00 to &20 per gal h.ia
ported WiieB of all descriptions.


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1h1 teada ihe. Our prices will t ell hea1 tale ,
6 owen's Corner ye, o per gal O8 2. W. HUarp er ye (llfhi'h .
liner25 Ryper ...r.gl....e g a ; t1.. 0 o
S Old Silter Lake lye,'per gal. .ft: Old MIenogrars pt':al. .. 4 00. :
Old Stp Tyler t e, pero ta... 8N arytiat d Club y p~, a. 4 00
SHilihest grades of pure North Qaroslip Corn Whlkies at ptries 1 t
.from $1.50 to' $34 pji)Rgilo. All good: delIv'e4 free of o:harg
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