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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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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University of Florida
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aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
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lccn - sn 95026969
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UF00079930:00869

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other ,Itoms*... at


i, tfter .one of thA
er ,t, ever taught at

nid pO udpils, were all
,thit'h e1t work of tih

re1ts that wo saw her
rt r Oatla, ha r fu .'
'H.ut hope we can persuade
eHpt our school again stext
a Saturday, Jan. 1.th, there was a

ir tnar'rat) in our neighborhood,
miltji M. arkhiamh aid Miss, Lucy
ettles being the contracting parties.
the ceremony was ,performed .*y Jos.
SHarrison, notaty public.
S. D. Reavesli has moved his. family
Into his new home. We gladly wel-
Scome then to our midst.
Mrs. I. H. Hatchel' has gone to
Ocala, where she will conduct a,,board-
.ing house. ,
We are going to.reorganize our Su -
!J day school next Sunday afternoon,
i" Jan.81. It has been asleep for two
Sm6onths. Let's all come together anid
Make a big effort to have a large
school,
The death angel visited our midst
last'Friday niorniing at 4 :20 o'clock,
and bore away the spirit of dear little
E' dna eldest daughter .of Mr. and
,"Mrs, i L, Mattbews, For;three day..
i d nIghts she suffered intenisely with
roup,. utstlh. ,bore .t brayvely', 've
lhen .the doctor said thre nlmut be ani
opeiatnion. All that loving hands could
do, wi4.t the skill or physicians, was of
no avail. Christ said, "It M'X t r be
o'ie.' He wanted anotihei .little
I angel to help brightenithe "inmmortthl
o tie," Another tie for papa. and
m'nam" a .to help draw them upward,
Sqw will Inis Edna, when we see
.her.yi 1ger sister, Pearl, who had
never boo separated froi her single
day. Edna wais seven years atid three
months old.
THE NEWS FROM MELROSE.

A Delightful Card tarty-Heavy Rain-
fall-.Ne Arrivals.
3eMelrose, Jan. ,j.-A progressive
itore party of tables given by Mrs.
'WhL'.ehoaq, and Mrs. B. Carrier,
as joint hostess, TituredAy night, wns a
most delightful affair. The prizes
.were very handsome, Delicious re-
freshments were served at the end of
the game and the very sucoessfulevoen-
ing ended with a surprise gift, each
lady being presented with a box of the
best candy.
Mrs. Darlington and daughter will
leave this week for a visit to friends
on the Isle of lines, Cuba.
Cotton is still being shipped, the
Alert taking five bales on Monday.
A very heavy rainfall of three and
oniehlalf inches occurred tn Friday
night and morning, followed by a cold
snap, the lowest point registered be-
i .Ing d re .. d'g,"
'he social tea of the Ladies' Litera'ry
So;.. oty on' Friday night' 'was a very
pleasant affai.. A first-class supper
. was served aid games and. mueie end-

4 r r Ford has just finished the re-
aiA' t': inig of. W. '. Aycock's house,
wiLchha improved the building very
Smincoh:, ': a
SOol T. M. Tolles, wife, son and
a pher, flom Nangatuck, Conn.,, h. a
arri1:d 4) Fahrmont 'Cottage on Boill-
Smy Vnuaie. 'The Colonel left three
feet 'spow behind him, and isgiad to
boi i more in Melrose. "
ACCIDENT TO FRANK HALL.
e 'thrown"From, Runaway Team: and
i4 tower I,.imb Panfully Injured ,
F atk Hall-"good-natured old
Fran formerly of this city, Is at the
% tw'awa*n ae or a day' o two;
r hall was formerly of thii iity,
Sfor niay years been employed
'lesma for St. Edel Son, but1
rpresenitng Joyner, Witn &
*Ia 1 ht .:he victim of : .aco.

dr.''*i i dfc .,Hiving "in' :tBi


I '*W ttf he hlrne'at.-
th ldio n away,
"a o'9owortu ed, throwing thIe


.... nDi the egple tro nkf ont.
e a l dp full. sprained
l ,ooe etuels o( w ob u ha


SHa'ppy M0lagjize-*W Rentaurant,
Matters of Pfibi tert.
c W .ldon... 2:.- 4he p. l blio, e c.'0o
teri hs obeoon prolonIged t, eightl.
woothts, the ititensa here bha ving sulp.
e stizAntd th e' apprOpriation by a sub-.

The iarriag of Miss Hayynes and
Ai. H nt ,At Hampton at thelO, i rstlOn,
0o 1t4 brdl parents, .Mr. and, lMrs
0'f1d a4 -nestook, place Wedieday
afterlooi, ev. D, L. Birannilg opfi.1

Redati1lt has opendoarostaurant
peat the dApot. 'Tliie Williams cottage,
Oaoi ning, and the restaurant h!vlxig
Lte i repaired anid painted, preoient a
handsome appearance.
All the land that can be leased for
turpentine purposes is being taken,
$30 per 1,000 boxes for two years being
the price. paid.
Rev. D, L.3 Branning 's at home from
his pastoral charge ,at Green Cove
Springs and Middl6ibVg,
The Waldo Houi's i doing well un-
der the matagemeit of Mr. and Mrs,
A, (;. Masters.
The "investors" in the get-rich-quick
scheme, by which about $3,000 was re-
cently lost, are quite sori on the sub-
ject.
Rev. Mr. Baird, the new pastor of
the Presbyterian church, has made a
good impression in his first Sabbath
services.
Rev, 0. M. White, the new pastor of
the Methodist church, has begun hli
year's Work very favorably.
Dr. Jos. Boring hasi a fine now horse.
otevens & Cauthen are putting in an
additional shingle inaehiine hi their
saw and. shingle mill. A oetepihon
line connects the mill, three miles out,
and the stOre in town. ,

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
"--"---- .
Ann otincmnents under tilts head, potexceed-
IUl i sxy. word., will be iubIlLshd hi Th 't Daily
Sun ooealonuUy.ii at In the .7Pwlueta-Weoi<
edition for M5 IN A IiVANCIE.. A oomrnis
ryikkluic over sixty v A 'Oris, $i11.
For Clerk Circuit 9ourt,
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for Clerk of the i ironit
Court of Alacliua cootty, subjectt to
the Democratic primary and asoliit
the support of all Demnoerats, If elect-
ed I shall perform the duties of the of-
flee to thlie best of my ability. Re-
spectfully, J .[AXEY DELL.
7o the m l)(o(rait of Alachu (hutnf/y:
As thie Stit e Executtiv Coomnflittee
las selected the 10th ( holding our priolary eleetiu, I herby
announce myself as a etnoididatt for
the position of Clork of the Clir0ulit
Court of Alachua county,, and 1 solicit
not only the volt but the supIort of
miy friends to secure my nomination.
If ft'ected I lprinisi to perform thie
duties of the ofllce faithfully and fully.
I ninke this promise knowing thor-
oughly what those duties 'are. They
have already been learned by exper-
lcCe, and I trust that all l)emnocratic
voters may consider my appeal n imtak-
ig their selection, Respectfllly,
SAMUEL HI. WIENGES.
For Tax Collector.
I hereby announce mrnyself 4a eai.i.
date for re-nomination as T'ax Collec
tor of Alachua county, subject. to the:
LDeiocratic primary. If I am .nonli-
nated ai,deleted, Ir thall faithfully,
consclentiotdsly gtrid conrteously dit.
charge the duties incumbent on the
oli ct. I 'respectfull sulei0t your ) p.
port in the coming .eanipag.i. Ite.
peectfully, W.I). D)ICKINSON.
For County Treasurer.
Thefrehnds of W. H. Iobertson ani-
fnoonee him a candidate for renoririna.
t ion for the office of County Trea ru r '
subject to the .Demoorat|' ptiinaiy,
lIe has ptrforied the dutie of the.of-
flece ii' a satisfactory manrpr. and by
Democratic precttdenit is entit'd to. at
least a second term. '
or Count Sperin t of School,
*,I -herreby anriiomlicn 's*itlf a ettmiii
date 'for the ofnfce .of $utierltetoncilepf
ot Publi e. struotion of AIheus coun-.
ty, subject to the atoipo of the. Demo.
eratic 'primary, and respectfulHy solitit
.the supportt of allF D.ttihoirati, voters.
Ue<$peetfllyr .. O EJ. ..,.BKE LUM.^.,
S ForTax As e' r, .:: .
I r~epeetfolly announce myself 'as a
eididatde, for the office of Tax Asei or :
of Aashuia o,'oify itrbjjeat'to the t em*
oeratict'i mnary aHving been appoint-
eds< to mouett'nxji^re4t4,*' of u^


'th poltts. :*'wi t'lara p tto
oekO .th a 1004Ak tMo t7eeti eitdi
Snd to mak 8 ao r rfteo

orolk (y6 dudlr'B t g e.llr,. BOIM


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Shi ll^^ f l 1ith/in t mi eh to sa0i 4it 11ltl fM d
C"areut; toR I nt~,adby~ m, ikigalm
alfo ,it trm< iig ot' n o t h
A cenfa e i''uwy a a.rt'" J i1 tre y hetan",
"-itt Mr r o A p h "Khir rodotp othetOl
/." "Nor thg ,ije r T ictdstha.t Pwri rsiaoI

Peruta ar a thrt.ula isvme d os -tno..e t*
I hllA -4' It tVo 'use it ho W to

Weathrn tt rod at At rr h' entrl, w ore y .r
Perun. wt usd Ad'lph Koehler.
r j(T~u eds SPe-oront for

greasmanh C. P. borr.
ri, Iyf o r, li otlet ..uh Jn, Wa hifgi
toiln,' I. ]Ex ogrestrl lan froimi WhaS
"No ting w Than P .r -"tatoo.
lt t I i hal l, Tllyt re snoiS O I' i 'on
'ren""'rf rf'" Ne any w/one 'Who wamnti a Mafo aol L. noii.|'
i u r mnit ttoeure for iritiarrh tn, r if, lut ng
.n n it auni iterr Hilt tourlo t I herno,4 4t1110,
00 toer !,Ibt tl li a .l'ritIa.-( ".I'. Dovli.
... Colds Led 'to Ch1rohi Catarrh.
..a" A c.. l'oiim mo t i ild l ito te at' r it, Wh1.ih
quiekly lev'oes 'elronh lc itatirrh If al-

III V Yt iV sai bavei n l itsl trat
thmus l s or .'as im f.iatimrrih, m yq or'
-" 1 I h~in wanwh t; rrf, a, S' I' 'will sultr front hl. lsessethe, resto ,
lon. 'AIs th, 6i anth.ng that can bem done to


Organ. t prl tmr |1 11 will part,, t tall tking cold.
In the t le'tAd p Voe, inmt w ill u itkre at
Jold t' fo tr Iwo t i. lay "',
A.o t n, h', rnt iv li en re .alrrh qi tIki ". .
) |'l Iny lthe ir Ltage tdilntth ry I t tnu
.Willl 1,O ('1 llo ehro l i oi e ti rrh it ilU d .
T[ON JAIS hiNIQIt"A.AN 8prop7erly amril dietetly.
Twonitieth Streiet ln )'vdllto I ) ) Perul keptin the hals 4ai04propw
C.E Ex-Lieutonnait ,. H, Nie'y Ex' A **'iyu d-rl uedwill eefor .' notolostiy, t t iaI
Naya t o rin l1x- SX ele I Aaiiit the Aftsun*Wwiab
.otinsnt en tera to Aie, wnind E' Stes ult from .mudden cold waves,
1C,-una tMedlcine Co.n,Colrtbus ,. rL A Will also pf'o n .' e ar rcm1dy ir.IbLs
Ohio: V .f you do hot derlvo irompt rtatis-
QcntiTmenh-"Tle use of your taet rults froidm ti, usc of' lernat t
Pruna sa a remedy or Cure tor l4tto Wr tpe to Dr Iiarn|iaim, lylng
catarrh by many of my friends who' have been f ltl stattete1t of yo 4fr cA#s and he WIll
benefited by the same, as ,well as my own C W,' played to give you 0 i1 valiale ad-
perience as to Its 'efficacy and good tonic prop. lrimain h )hotrclaseiatny rm'
ertlc causes me to recommend It to al1 persons, las 1ruig s tlore for $13i) per botti,.
,and you are at liberty to use this endorsement and ..my photograph Aulriqs lOr. flartirngn, Presde'nt of
It it will give any force to same."--Jamcs AM. Aorgan, t 'Ilartinan Niauitarlum, olumb s, O'


LIST OF JURORS.

People From Various Sections of
County Were' Drawn Tuesday..
As was stated it Ttie Stn of \ednmm-
day, the listof jurors for the spring


term of the circuit court of Aahuab
county, Eighth judiciall Circuit, ws.
drawn Tuesday at, the court house 'by
Deputy Shieriff W !engea, Judge Mason
and Deputy Sheriftf (lOherves
The court. will convene Tuiesdamy,
Feb. 10, and the Jurors drawn to sorve
for the term are im follows .
." Il.f Vidal, E, H. l, l, R T.
T.,iniW, W M 1Cotlhm, J, A. b radtiswr .o,

M'. I'eville, Souithrn Ward, Pearc .
Thom,' (1l66. W. I)Yat, W: (.Bfit rd.
son, KRith~ard 0C Davi0, H. 1. l{,,m,".
bhnrger. J W" Carter, V Jolly, ".
I'.. Snmihi, Jl '.Miso'mn'M,A ihfiialhr,.
M. t l)avis W..H. t Holdridge, W,
11 I wis aW.' W Wilson, Ihiorga lam. i-
pier, S. K..'ll'utiis W':.l' :he0virt. H.

nell, tin .w; W.yd'nB '
.- -i : -,
Wanted. ,.
e woud. 'lt'ik t" nat ik, throuW-r the
oflumznt of your loa p r, if there i soay
person wIo> has unsel (irsrtes's Agu.st.
IVto'iewer" for the 'e urf of t'indigetion,
dfspfel0i, aip liver troubles that: hai
not -een vwed-.-ad we *lso, mear
their ssltat sdylu it 'Wptr stoahI Sk,



1aY I'tmWe oi tiue With th*
vtomaeb)irlIvrtO This *1ted itin m ha
4h6a 001d to many yers In all eiv l
sW4 e 0_ ",lob tad we w oh ore

t nec I yotu A.vs


WILL HAVE BIG TIME. THE HELPING HANDO,

People of North OGainsavillo Will At Presbylorlait Church Soclety Gabve
tend Gloanara' Box Social, Successful Bo ppPr W.dnesday.
The cleanerss' uHoeety of Norti.h l'hin Il uli".g tlidshlholltty'of the,'
laineaville ~'ill g ivea x so,.ia at the ireabyttrinn Purnth gave a tupir it
o..vil wi the opera hoiusot Wdim ay iihoi
home of thi suporintmudelnt c f the so. which proved a uotmWosl'.elesful aAffir,1
clety, Mrs. (, .It BJlhtiy, i'riday yvean both ieialtly and flnnl~ly.
Ing of the prneaent week, atiul' It 'a1 n), 'The suppter 'et'vad eopmprised req4l
'neceeinary-to add that those who' at. t ,orey, ok,: saladdt, t'os, ee to"
teid will enjoy* theo oiatolu i mmnse, ainid It was utiely. prepared 41i ser.i
ly. by the ladies ii s .temptiibng a slanm
.A box uoisl, while not exactly a that itt was keenly w!lhed' by the
,new feature, ia v.ery r nue ott :and g.tt numWr wh' took ~aiAt 't *
breastiu a great deal f amuse, hau oppornisity 'to secure a goon sttp
ni 4t. Eacl0h 01ldy whoi atteltIs 'will "'
bIn a lo' w e,,d. i a t on uth over 10) was raised

ntiinmt!f< lier: amrno. tfh i bOx ls
fwill 4111p.aleld om0 orili o gW iC, &te #9O C n VW ord

p ettd; to shsre thI hIuch with ..ltme.";. ... ..: :' ...
lady. whose name appeals 'in th.: b.Wx. 4Arst t4i.ts Onwos or0 sore
All are cordially sVited ftod e pros. toios rtdfnr044C ook Weu4,
^tih slid 04so4Isrh
erw. Everything sahil wil l, at dobled te eoAtceeof rws.:.rso. ".lst

the 'gornsts, 'and inasrinnehi ass~ the e* 7Tetr aaesu thhn bes in 0irp q
tertailmn0t0hf to i.e given tor inrit-:: ;';.,',':,SO
abl. h .ua.t it h to b1u hoe:ld that: a. i W
{oti c arowd will: 'be there. W,.i" i Mt,. a0pl
1.EY ARE GflrTTIwnG RADY.,f $ WIf'i en w


Posioffine Authorities Will Beei Wos J lAoTrAJ1
ofI nota. lh,, e todey.
As she ebt ev14ines tha# stt .A SoOfv0yr s0N
master Aroow1 i4 detetsleood9 to; egin
Sthe pystews otfvfee mnail 4eflygr'atu the O'V4fty 1818
iplpist*44 time, YcOhOtY 1, *Wohich
viil bk ande of t{ e ine,10 wek. h h


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i NOW8TORI4.
ilt Ift'sowol+QpMit
Whleh Had g to ed
k' Water is. RlnInteo
nation Traln-At of
re 'd
, 27.-During ai blind.
i an accommodation,
in line of the Chicago,
Quilnoy road washed,,
~tlain know as the
'bound for St. Loute,
ed last'ntghttn.t totak


.w or .re ':7s us aui
SW ClonoverO .enr, 016..
Senja it" Benlntt, negro porter, St,
The" rred:'
'$Geor bPrer, Qlmoy, It., slights

J. M. tabe, address lt known
bised atn laternally injur d :
I i .bwvls, Cincinp in **rnal

Dr. ward B.1 CIemt s, MAcon,.
S e fratured a ternal .

Ingtht" ie ohd Nuntna, o atttom.-
MOoation"HanIbal' Mo. .
'th rr end of tho e oDever0 eXpress
't thn g : the bridge over Gar-
fteek. when the crash camie. The.
bridge and .comootdation tralsn took
: Are front the detpollshed locomotive
a aifburnred, the lois of the bridge temn.
poratiyW blociading traff.o
T4 tear car of the Denver Express'
was the Denver sleepet. it lta said
that eot of those killed and serious'
1y in1ted' i were ln this car.
mThx'*press train was running', be-
hinw #40a because of a blizard, which'
also 0asitated stopping at the Gar-
dei# fo# water ;
The' ense snowstorm cut off Jhe
'signual|htP t ot.f y view of the eng"t
_ien Ijuved' we *ere not
st. Louts. wer;ei not seriouse'
l y r, id were cared for elsewhere.,
A 0o of,'menand several ps
Id ans0lned at, woe all niht

or i Pnj MPi$,Q.

4hers Make Costly Haul,
N* ,York, Jan. 27.-Iolts of in*t
If rt it $11,000 have beq
si rtr d friom An Offiee building and
lo1t5St' at 11 Wegt One Hundrod and'
kEghtejith W *est *arg quantitl~ s
$ fc tite,:iod wero Itehi and the rob-,
bIers etiiA hA*e tied a truckel. The
rohbbt* 04#a#Atlproiured themn on
6"t1dat but the diEotent firas o*cupy-
n4ta titu buildin'wre obe little toi
'disrovolng tMoir )lo,' it to thought
tqlne polle' that thel bnrglas "ef :a
imittod W the buiWitg by the pr-
Iq inside At' their Maturo they thesb
wet throuih Itot place i from toi to,

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PNblished Twice a Week-'Mobday and Thursday

AN VILLEE LORIA' RDAY, JTAURY, 1,1904


..0.'' ENTOMBEDe IaueE Rf the 9xploaco1 would n
Slile, Ky.and t ave aOo their
R r am age., :: HOPE ro Othatthe.mtheror the miner
LodevileJ. ST.-Fre today de*,L; llUI 19 allts who wore pb^h ly rponsibte for theL ,
stroerd t he hoddarrMeroltnla il "rophewe'.
bouse t entailgl los u1po'ni several 0rror0 Iu the eWrw10io x -
wholeaale Jfrms aggregatint about *OF'* KILLED.
Arius T.he er-ou.eI,..al. .r .. I I,,atM Accident inM at Vlcto, Col-
i, Vatr teort.unte yndi. not .S.. PROBABLY P HED. r, Col, -fVourt*en n
$1 Tearm hto anybody.. The pr One Hundrd and hyFo Miner. wore killed in ni aeoldett at t-trat.
loners are: ,on's jnudpendence mine near the ceae
W. R. Benedlot, woleMale coftee, Are Supposed To Have Lost Thr ter of thtt eity today and one other
f00 & Liv, in the Mine of the Allegheny 4aa eielously injured. The dead;c
eo.tee 0,000 'Coal Comp.ny at..a W. R. lker
Wed khind & Co., wholesale groc- Plttburg, Jan 27.-The .t hope John Brek.
,. ... :o joivit seuhfaht.. 1pe.o:. ..n
(.... ." ;' for the lives of any of te .li me Eidw 'IardT gge
Torbett Castleman, mlasee 2, entombed in the Hariok mie of the T A. Wgnerr
1 A'- l .., egheny Coal company, etf from 1 .. Ye 'n.
- lohean & Co., wholesat eomlon ewk, Pai, was given ip today dward Smith. '
, .'. wheh George W. Sheets, imapager ol Joe Ovary. '
G todddard hotepany, buitldrg, "0,000. the nine admitted that he believed Brow. 'i ,
h lire wa otht W gret 1' tht.not one of them would i)elrought W.- *. Colliln. .. .
ult by the eti ardent. The out ,live.. r '. Stewart. i '
'elod .olmoke sweeping east it thq Now the cry* i for men to. com to 7ran1k Odcrane.
Sl oit .e Gt *,p, aC cthle te ork of s :cue. V. .atlter" are T.', Jackeq,.
Stl edow, re ded to w tho thro h te a
d'hmAh w ,eltteant ambtgs the 0tC erV to *here 7he niners 1ro inmprls-' The :ured "
a for a time i wat feared, Q th were psibly si-T e may Jaert et hop badly bru .
people s ottm tmue4ethe r roohs 1ttC haveanv .jAlreefourt.ten are ln the minal uat ii umten were a
tly eore.tto) dd Ph*t t.tu ;lA t: 'oown tir b dead, among tfel Bel- iarh hlate'd .i a ca frm the a.lthl
d DGaU'Ain DYt N Mlothing, bu t tey wy i l~Y o' tri city" n'o was seventh san rithi' levels. Wlen tqe
"bos j$ the clerk that "the hol bul th boitto ofL. the athe att rr tls body for T oel utine' il'ind fttlraon was t
iW wha rinot threatened w, p brought to the !op of.tbraEhalt, anls to stop thi engiln, and th. .. g.
t w_ so ie ti 'ae beftoI thI pon' this morning., with its load lof huein frOloght, wa
S... 0-could Whe qntd. Lo. t Life to Save Ozrs. iro W trioe into the aalrows rame,
The r'e la n believed to b av bee MoKIua Borowt his life lbi a effort where it hecame leodgeg towporarly,
aused by slponti taouats comnbustion. to save thelive of the eotolbod men. 'l'he strain on the cabe tilna ly caused
pnIeo d signd and plotted the tlnos for it to paIirt, and the raio, oeletaed, Thot
0?G QtUARDE D DYING MASTER the Allegleny coai n1. ines and was down the hatt with tlirrite pteaid.
S r ." '" bes" t fitter d to lead the fortrlor hope. Two of the (ooupint. T. ha Jackson
SUmbriie Mender Found in His "Sleepi. e" nt down into the tine bravely, "and Jaies (ibltc1l ad bcomet einv
Sins h Car" Desperately Ill. and with him wel t ftur other w men tangled in thi) tiherr'odar near tho top
Greenfboro, Ga., Jan. 27.-An lum One of thet, George rvati we of the gallows fame Jiakeon wit
brlia mender who came to Ureenaboro brought froit the pit arg(; time be- crushed to denati by the sheavoi wheels
*pn 1t6, suIppoed to be W'ndel Petero tore Thaylor'ns h lfeltas bcath it, to t fathi iitol hitm, while ltTlibek ha'd
or, with headquarters in Btirminogha. the surface. Another of the reacu at marveltia etcaphe bro. doeth, but
was foun- lina dying condition With partyr Tom Wood, tried deig o speratety rdelvodn plntul ijurio anld "uhs ro-
pieumonia tn his covered wagon, to save his companions but felt the cod from hbi perilous position. Th
whioh he styled tnhe "Bleeping Car deadly nausea coming' on and was other 14 m.n were. burled to death
Ciaolinta." forced to leave thorn to thel fate down the 71,00 oot a ,haft
SiPeoe dhe has been here ie has d Then others tried the work, two at A's ioon as poatble' th shift bos
his ihome each day at a loial table time. All night they went up and and a number of ilters wiet down
tWhen ha did not come around' th.e .Thrownn the tdemorary riggod bucket. into thre lu throungl another con h
proprietol of the stable went to the: The ain hosts were both. liown out part.ent of the shaft. They found
sleepingg car." ly found the door seb by the force of thl explosion, but all 14 MiO n dad, the bodies sentit'"e
ciu*ly locked and head labored thete we..e no living on s to save, at di.ff.rwnt po.nti. Armna and ihO.tIo(
bMathn on the inside.6 Adolph (iothni, the0 only onre of the had .etioi ol heads, oirlIni and
He got the town marshal, and he miners In tho p1t when th ixplosion cloihin aippod fon the victimi,
with the assistance of several other, occurtoe Do bbe brought to thId surface Fnro thl 70t1'foot level to the hot.
broke into the car n Their entrance alive, was tocued i y Selwyn Tay tor tim t hnft was atterued with
w little approved by a bl do that r lood, il here d -thre wer
e. i-nadlokedpowi h the bt (od were to be found, and l the project
do asn e o erpuower b night log ethe oonteers dog, tunel At hl. ttm oft the haft stands

Hetad asome de'oit lns froit a sd, gainihr headway here aNd 'i' it 2& teel of water, and into this the

iS eepag ar LAnd ~ In silver in;u 'W. .unntham, in'ln sector of the BLEW H,.IS tii .
his poehstbook. mines fer th4 *oirteenth district f .

per of tnaturalization were food' In iel,.
his 'caro signed' by the secretary ofa morn tio r
state of the United States. L ex lo red .the mnine for a uartr ing t the yard itt his holie near P
o miie. I sim positive $f 611 those iti. in litiks cotity, John Sorrefle,
e do thoe thfk ho has pneeumo who entered for work yesterday, not ad,29, Ieidoontl.aly shot 'amd ki aU an nohopefor hl re ery e wlbe tkn out alive. a hi sto e
t....:. ,d abut. are dead bodd .f te i heldiln. hihaii-d a shotIttii that i
"S. tar or f ethitlAem" Play. minr added milew ked o d thot loaded While
Botsto, an 27.-"'The Stareof Bth, tons of fallen ral an ate it s whin et o is st
lebeni" a mira the old lEnglsh cycles by Profesaor rifl 'expltoniI w aw twfutl, it wil takee ".its .,o "
3Chsre Millas Gayly, o the UniveriU1ty day, to clear away the wreck. i ,
"f Calfornia, hsi been presented at il ila I so plshed we not alii h lle trigger
C i ckerang hall here for t se first timt know how mab, m'met :-: i bth. i and the la..U the on6 .0 diiewh ri
on tay stge by the'fhAe Greet cosmp 1iitron smst to have he n n do, a hit* s ta sthroh th e f', ol f ite
ry. ouanded upon 30 old pliayW su1h '1te ot', making onir on, o r4ntliauloucs fir9 in o 4t body, roT
as were -presented l the religions a mbl and the second tlsO t f. whllth doat W reantid in 4: It{ninutdeath
upo's and in 'the streets of nfiaud heard rolitg:. u un"der 0theV hille it It faed .nthat the yefaa.nes.t ,il ,
. yearss ago, Pas enaor n ayly hboaf toward' thH south' eld of the ti ae b comor Sititaily tLbalah'.
wrttl new sPtory of the nativity, 'which .ontaie by far tutfs ti't rtL AGAiiS"M IE I '
the pastion iad the reaurretion h of the orki The mi, i: tt -*-.- ts at'h i'
iumpti ty of ttei gospel arrat.ive s n of w kwn o''hern Cafw't tllaiaih,'' o V e t*
ifo itwed largely a. t"w ''l .'stb) i '. A d "i m0 Ii lli> Won Vd oy, .
b*i Cetton 6 ** iiit oft ble SWa^k aI
rropufate, r' .f the.stab They B nat p n iwenreboth.)tow. ouftpalr aiw o t L ipt aL
.tIedl bar fhsy o f vtt o the llu.0 t1 b the 0 .4athde h. s a q
't lh e ,t t ibt t i s
bkatbing on infild, A~olj~h (Imits, be olyoe f to adhol tjji4 -,101( ad

Re -,got the townr,arolia:1-and'' -miners hi,-tho it. whon t],"h j o~loa~ llh1 rmtoV(tjj1


Officials i flva eyi Ar'stI AI
111 011104(0^*.'^
MITTIMI TO BE SeRVD0 TYQAY.e
OflotaiC and Stage s tEmployea lidH :;d
Awaiting Action of Grand Jury I"or4
the Case of the Great Chlcaa lhe*
ster Horror. .,


''OChic ago, Jaa6n. 27-,PoBearlng the eight :
ait.iml isaluetd.ial til result ot the i':
tu5t intto the' trotoris ttte".dtrdsateri:.
Go'die'r c raygor iand a imiiet ":9
tacttlvio .to ....eft th eOity hbll.i ...
atbority arrtie Mayor o arter ).
llau'rrisontt Mannager Davis an4 the ithi
teseor city off itals a i stage oflee :.rs :
who wori oitrd'ired to e hed waitin,
the at on of the grad lt
O)e, of the 'st 'pie're .s ta :.en lat
c,,tody :.wais Willi, tl 4tlnop.
:sato" o the iliod l iht', 'fr WhIlh the
ulni Jaiuexr Ii.t. ut, the stage
ma naier oi fC the oi iuoi. uiide'r-l hoi
direction itla alleged the apparkts
w. con .rtrimited, whlo, it eN' feir'4
with1 tWh e descout of the aeb0atod*
1'he iittihntiu for ?Matyor iH iarrifson '
wtas: tal tin i ohali by ioronie Tredio :
t.k alhount .he P i coroner did not i-
teOnpt to serve it 'lt onge on the eit"'s
"oi'd m6n1it'a.te The oroe'.. said:Y
swrved some tliime today. Thle mayor
Ji PI, amhd, therefoie, 'wil 'unotbe diis:

'tie emcrolior ordered thats the
other' toinittlii wiire itlTrvell, the a
i.ud ilthouttl e taken to th te central
poli) lit lttio apd held l ti it all lhad.
tei arfrefote.',The pl'Isi4n0ciaiwoe
tul i, to ',ti, takteni blefor allre1 4:
inrliua bonds. t'
4 hlcgo. JIi 00ii. 1.-Altnhutgh 'ithe
cnnmuit.r a uiry which has just.I tt t'r
ml a vtiio:t in oonseetion with the
.l'loitoie dlcatder lMhi ot make saiy
Stu miii( chtitrg against the persons
Suui whom ihplied charge is homlides
as eachi was held to he responsible in
a iuI4n4utlte ft' the death of the iro*
uis victims, mnd the corouer haid,
tno. 1lthorit ty to lx it bond. ftf a'rot:*'
d, thi defeutcditit' muilmt remla i.:a
j ail- hi iwlit t'riol' r@it iyi W, Jity wlt hear the .0charpg,

tt t their raittun njuryi A nd
punvouti st' 1ry baa Ave d4** of
taisp id4 lfti matter Ola ',t' q I"
eat imnount ii! o tlof clo *yit s ifuvor
0. the mi.ttra wer not cglt m lt4'
04tii Mu4y. Mayor Ufarriioo mI
r bl a ,hlet Musham refue 'tow
jtien wihon called on 4tw o ie yeglpt
bfury b5e been 'hhpdadj feK
imayr Oebt WO4 that
i that he w.do 4 May r
>m hbad l uft wtlt' ;|, it (14:, .A* I'
104 hqsoti that he Iit t 41'hoO

'i*111l say nolthtlug;' replied 05

umiask ir Wii^ Ml:its o quetoi i s

Yu, of o th, uy~tia wsu 4:WO
Out I emspet hik."

bsf$urO b4 completed 14, .Ap44 K '
V 1. 4I 044 thA lin t at ,d *j a


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N PROFESS0.J G : KELLUM
rson m Make, Formil AoucemaerInt of His
X Town C.ndidst y for: SSpr int ident, .
I mId ra inta isue of Ti0 Stin eontaisn
400" bu t of tie aaloulncen of the oanididegy 0f
b'U fr,4L a er, V'rof. 6. ,,Rliuam for lhe o(110e of 80,.

y. paida1vi11m.it 'doll io Uv ty. 1 N r.e hell l was orn"
of Lako O ia, Cnite a1 ay of Octobh Uer, 1871
re fidoy. ae a r$ariid on h fariatd inlad few
belt, ths ~Itlte n o advanzages of an eduation in his boyN
ni oft the e r hood, but at the fige of twenty he eh

e arner a.nd nwife hi, ial o to tealh inw gh 'al An d



turPday iorthe invlere ors the satdate, he pwon a shole r si,
b tooE1 l to the Peabody Normal Colhig. and
Da e1lenny paid vhn t it University of Nash vi lle, there he ll
teb of the pubic school r Since returning froani the Uivers'ty
ring ljdren for an entertain f Nashiville he ha taught ontiiinuom n.
e binir the near ty re. y. in .tf public i1o hoola of Alaohia
itt .. fee will be charged ounty, and isth now for the third term
Q il sed in lengthening th ri eipal 9 of the Ala4hna Hig Boshool,
of ti ool t -Ieis very progressive iaid-hs miae a
a wth Century Cltb had its petal clsuy of the public school sy-
lr w mieeting at the hoaimo enter Fiorida and he availed hiiiscif
a lDebb Friday afternion. r serial ormtia training during hisn
IBlut f uted Miss Webb with a tinnier vaoations. 1H spent the
so1i e of silver, the ociia ion iunw of 1908 in the Northiern in-
M b ebb's birthday Dell ain NCmati .Schoo[ ot ralparaiso,
Sfr ielnts were aerv4 after livna, His peial study of, and
gui son. Qutte a uOiber io alliance with 6th.o pAbliec
lie u ere wer pregei t. The ( of Alachinoe4nty, pumtiarly
adjod f ee t wit b t, h aim for the position seeks
wil t se ildent,,ziexti'ing W t Ir.in uofeAl is fa voralAy sown,




ieupsg n by tf Vina' t gi: Lth tae,"od has, inAie,
SMi ooiety '' ursd ih tin t pub school 'work, lcihol
owbe i-fall, was a o ip'tu n wcroia pOsiions of honor anld
br, b in a soil and fi noial tr pi|mient Iamong which was hia
A4 1 rowdr was 1 tend- e cti 1i f atlo assistant chief ielrk
and ats un realized. ieI- of o h otse of Representatives of
s of t souley are uMintri il F rida, H-l performed so wl and so
ir effo id spared no trout, e to stIsfactrily the dties of this olttlco
ke ihe asioe a pileaxiant oie thutin he ias i-eleeted to the saImt
I was tifully decorated With po tiin k 1003 by acuitination.
grei d (rimsot. tars, wlil d- Ils t cracy was inherited and it
nding n th e lI ips hung rgo r ha n iapridh to practice and pro-.
iera. 'tableau xrdneder'ed bthe claimt s ll .ciiyhood
eg wer cry it rtaining. 1ey O 1F TO THE .GU F.

r hitn e ~ hlptd to m ke Sheriff Febnell With His .Two Dogs
dthe oca a delightful o. Will Tke Ati Extended Hutt.
helishower give by thi O., Sheriff Ll,. F, enill, with two of
es. to Miea liatoiieli Tuesdtay s hal faithful hounds, left,this city Sat-
Wll att ed. .Miss Hiatchell reeitv usrday night, by private .entwyvutuee for
SMiny b tiful aid Toful ireseni tter Crek, At; that place hei will le0
The sh'w was ild at the hspitl jlt)if'd by -friud, whti n the two Will
ho-uo r-. RouI. (h I proceed to Gu.lf Hiunnmnoek, on the
S'he. s at the' p.tbi.iti s chn lip ulf coast, where for a few days they
Monday r the purpose of ;orgaunizit will enjoy tIe exciting sport of ir deoa
Rl. :'an aid s ety.- unt. *
Miss line Wunver.is on i visit t T'l.ie Shleriff is a fine niarkstnii and
',er sitt Mrs. Sius. W in enthusiastlc hunteer lie enjoys their
Mrs hn Quinian is on the siel reputation of havinR run down nmore
list iii eet., to the regret of hei foxes anidwildcats' than ainy in.ii hi
0iady f d. Alachua cutxnty, and it in IedJijihs tg
I, Morrisun's married daugh. add that he will add iew laur olths to a -il
1sr At aa is visiting her mother record in the form of venison before lt0 NO'
lor i e ai h title., r* turns to his loie. o l
hio ltc Olub met at the home of 'j beI RE r, .a
Ifle Tuesday. DR. sTROUSE RETURNS
m as an enjoyable dance at ... ..tn 6aekon
b i 'a Hail Satu.rday "night. v Famous Pr.ti e e Return. tn
Iwte urmber. of th6 young folks eyle Famous Pre r R tun .
*# iteant. Dr. Clarence IS Strouse returned Ala
tdm Mal Note-The correspondent ouday from JWaeksouvllle, having E.
1 ex write ononly one side of used a successful revivMi service it
Snext thieti e1 re onSi drit night. a
n. -..i -. -: r ; Stroue .i one ~of the most eari
iBrutally' Tortured, ,a &nt4, eestful evangelists in tlhe f
e al sme to light that for per. hL ted States. Hll whole heart is tiJ
nt od nmerTifal torture has th wotk of the Master's cauie and to .
% never beenn equaled. Joe ko him is to esteen and love iim.
1)J of ColusU, Californic, writes: tviie lto aiogthltd upon
S her mt I endured intlufferabgt this t .y m hlis hotue and It Is to be Ib l
TB rheumatimt and thingg hoithat he will continue to reside n
mae though I tried everything ith ... O i
l exnme across 1iretrie Bit- . A the gr.t ] eaurtest t tediclTe on S is a ea
;t iole. ,: few.t buse e IICI ena f.
v a "pp letly rel Ma.nd ,ir -an n iis Salt Itheuth o r J'. rua oi of
-f St :: gqod frt livar k'id the,utstird maltilftttitons of wi'rfotl -
.) and .. .,,ra deb. lity. t eie l,, litgr p birt1 r o n 'i1r
th tsefiNioith goregtere b l ie og n i t4tuis, 1. th e.a S 1 ,
bl f A h bPi i c u rl *b ; And.It' .lr u pl l .p '...- j .. 6











SM oil" inie d ar Itnhaddli t Ar, I' e b yi,.'l o w .tl, : *
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-i C, J. !!"t -Wi :*ct- rnll i to ~bhlrtb ii tl de.


> the 0, t tmld4; -Wj' 6,4 CAI$*,i 'd 60
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IF THEY ARE WEAK- You are in constant dange ",*t eu-
monia o nsumption which can be prevented by FOLEY'S HOINEY'
SAND TAR iftaken in time. .

IF THEY ARE INFLAMEB-You already have, the first symp-.
tos of lung trouble' that may provefatal and you should not ely
taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, It cures all inflammatory con-i
ditions of the respiratory organs.

IF THEY ARE OBSTRUOTED--It is dangerous to vse harsh.
expectorants which strain and weaken the lungs. FOLEY' S HONE
AND TAR soothes and strengthens and enables the tubes to be
naturally cleared.



FOLEY'S .ONE! AND TAR


gives the greatest ciomifort and relief in advanced stages of lung touble
and never fails to cure incipient Consumption. Contains no opiates
For 'oghs, Colds, Croup, Whoopitn Cqgh, Bronchitis, Athma,
Pneumonia and Grippe. It stops the Cough and preventsPneuionia,

ibe That, You Got
FOLE V'S
Honey and Tar I


A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY
J1N. Patterso3i, night policeman of
Nashua, -a., .vrltecki" Last winter I
had a bad cold on ipy lungs alid tied
at leatd a halfdozeon advertised colgh
medctictes and had treatment front two
physicians wiiout getting any benitit.
A friend recomenft.ided OLEY'S
HONEY .AND. TAR ind two third of.
abottle cured me. I cotislder it the
greatest cotgh and Iing reminedy In
the world.."


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SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

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Gai ileis g Y Mothers o ght 'to kn kow
of ett b j Pa, pboer6for, mors e aboutthe wonderful .o
ealnh tthe Brown help hl Scott's Emulsion
.louse, would give their children :,
Mr. Toug 18 a Prominent manufac peet
turer of ofoetodrltes Oat ttyburg' W arr .ttNwY n
Ah hit ,trade ateidi far sro furi
thatt satorio town. He4 i1 ot only AQt LIGHTPULAFFAIR. :oh
important" poi a In, tl political slit. Mrs,. 1. M oKi t iry, i r., Entertains "
4,001i inthat stlon, wein. postWpas- Married Ladis' Crd Club.
er of that'sprightlyvillage,, ,whcnh o: e of Mrs tar F. MrK int y.
Si ~aionp about 4,0.o lef i4 r, for: the seo .,d tio during t
eat p a tir' n &ebtre sooioety '. m past few days, was the scene of unusual llio
i 00^j- 1 noa 0, *o N ," oHe; ao gal e ty and happi'oess Tuesda after. t
lo- gs tle Odd Follows ad oer oo, the occasion being the etema ,
p'r :a l dmaenit of the a~ried rad(f s' Cu ard
i ywell, asedW1 aI l~t sClUofbOeh Mrs. Mothstry i a










^t t my The.tare were hi6tabios, and a dfew. r e '
tp e toia y' I lie tehr oin ti .etrso o e
OM A V O .,Ii ^ ho,(h, ol o al d cont est thofirst priz haiiadsme co
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t i4 tigr. e r.of ri ,tturll 11 AP te pl w Wo awarde d Vt o ?rs, l r ttie Lan. P1o



















d )ltllh (*f t-t A
S lost t hI secin n oredt to During, the aferrion delliou re i
M4wait olton' the sltnathion Whis fresns were served, ad atogeuh
or 0l0 ueasiO4 was n 04 whi6 w Pi
I katol~~ lsig thttuation, yot kuoW I t o he p .,s
i v .ennsylv"la-ia; you kn.ow also,
holdi a governneit position, that I HoW s This?
S A peand that thre will Vl ofer on ale hundred dollars roe
ll toie talkiug the attewtr over in ward ort ny "ase of. cat rrh that. (a .-
i'I ? da, as eVerybodykoow# I oro


















Y o ,:; ho.":, ou 1,1.b;y 14, ';s; ,' .: .. .
i I ^"'.f 55 N ;.^.,l SIN ........o.-, .. ..... ....
igIt ,ty ,good, lnor ats In my stion, J ,.Chor ey for I th lust y r and
however, a nd from wlnt I have McnW bdliev hi14 pearrently h(onet in allbus.
here so 1a0 you have some mighty esan tranaactious and inane aily Rbho
good ltelioa to tarry toi any obligations made by

7ineit asuong the po tle o your hoiso lWholesale Drggst, Toledo, 0
regarding the presidential nomina HaY"'s Oaarr o u isr taken intor.
tio urad the rortor aIly, acting dirHlty upO thol blood
"Well, w thought a great, deal of Otw sjf oVent Vtl)ce TCetes
Tr, Me inky, naturally. lie was lne ter bottle, ohi by all draiggists.
of the beat proadents tills country ha T ake Itll's iVa inly'llils (or consotli
ever had, ad I am a p tiol to patiol.
atate, because I know, that he was 0.0 SQUTH FLORIOA PROSPEROU&i 0
In the dWath of this 4istInguthed hero Atig Trinmaster Mcarch Says
and sta an th entire ontry su Train Are Heavy.
S toi lso.reM0b t 0 greatest loss wa: AtCr f
"Ih1o0 ac1(inleyw c rch
loyal to hls oountri.-he knew to North' At iatld C Voast LItle, afterr.oolple
no $ou (Ih, nolast, no West-lt was all d 1fays spent In th i tretned to
Mnodeswto Idn, and 1 1 u1W can deny ol y' hit Mhe r In"atkolaic d ys -

sineter nA iT e. #oteo re trfic la heavy on the soutahern lines
by M KiNle ins the qujhorn stateN just ow, both paIeengr and freight,
wasaiHt enbleo If the regard in hioh an04 the result l that his force at Lake.
bIt was hold y the Southern people bog$t.ip at bs .'
'But the pr martyr' I deadI and iI p~sspering in the great number
tithe atMion moorsie4Aor him, Mr. of froisht ttalns movIng hi both dire.-
r e l s 4 r eu a d ont ns" be saId ,"the sou th bo und train s
a intd Statoev ist tjo u t nt* h pollt bCarIng mnt eit4aes of life, and th e VA
Iw rthbounw taking fruit odl vegetables

nd I o not bellevo there will Mr MCroch state that th a
I y doubt but that h 1 ill be the can1 sever trains are also heav.
s 41d m, As tor' the f
00#111 ii atio., we as. yet opea to conat I N it hA. It


ssahipatlQ here for ap indetite Id D e A Sav u


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wISIb 8 wae eveio bt pqr the
Sh 7rtug l ii the :esp.te

p h 004t0,ot orei oghqo''l
'zwul4 has )e u* to osp 'zthe Sa
I6i0 Oe ltm'pweeto rutheJ
0"0'140 ^:all' Some Bev^en' blarneteiklth
tg:;ffeing teachers, not kno sUg
at t e, to-ght one entire moutha
lar Nhri which wilbhave anootye -
td -icenle ent of ld .I o the
roodt a seobeehfu ld, n aeloo
aniogtand no bil now, he 'outli
th a ilty o 0 n l ur
aiozs has provided a l4rgenumberot
olarhipstwhieh will beaaredo
ebroad-mittdjedipublic that ereot'
thaBt magnitteent buitldiolgt inwhch
devdatioa siohobt would,: nti( allow
;ohool-6 lanls sh now' T T llscoool
411 eue ,4.uris h-e, as4 oniutt ent
he parentatl lov oe of th ltzen o s.

Night Was Her Terr '
I ,woulWd cougb etly al.l. ght
g," wilte MsM. rsChas, ,
0x1andra, toL,"andq T. hardly
ay Aleep.w.hadk onsiokmption s
Ifilt ItiWalked b ok 14.1;
gt: trightfully and spit blood, but
ml all other m4olae failed, three
bottles of Dr RiKig's Now Discovery
i t' 4,4sipl~tely gularanteed,
iUre uhl a'pp, 1 a W`bron-
s andll t throat and ung troaibtea
e n4 dt Trial bottlfee free
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thai a million dollar
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rqhilp of land we lhae tio p ivato or t ."ona to
wlth thatbusi ss. Ye make a. spelal the. prepart grntd~io
Mae IW xha i eiavt stigatio of titles. We represent tir of $bq
a), matters .rtI#nI to the as t a pa.mento ty.
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w attpeesile pip r nt,1) a lIne
llstelp tlffi ^
e at4 t~ h or eah i alddi
tsal iiserton, '
10'. d adt rt1e'nto t. f6or three,
fit`94 4,12 o ,ith a:.special. rate.
A* r f ,at d' ait0t.l.e inserted


We W will not 0ceep stamps of a,
iArger deinomitoatiln thnin 2 cents'.

Otn O %.,, nic.t.t Lner, .....
The StUn ad Thrice-a-Week
'(,:4.Y.) Worl4 d year.... l$1 65
SSLn Liind th Atlanta (Ga.)
W S;; kly U.It0 tutition one year,'. 1 75
,"i U^i.t:.-;; Bdml'Weekly ,Journal ote year., 1,60
The $,u8t an.:a: the 1em0-Weekly'
;: lmietslIoni oneu year...; 1 50

aangia knows how. to sh-rlle the
iI d Lr aiid gettthe tr.imps., It is not
a bad deal by a good deal

Senator O#rman /, of course, holds
aoet froi thei senatorial contest .in
L ryI d. btweteen 8riith ahtd liayinoi
bath De tamiat. ttlir s good
qelolno for'daiybody .

rohibitlonlits" and. iiottll.ts will
honild nominating eonveuetons It i thie
purpose of entering their 'tl ery dark
h:orses in the presidential qipigin,
The .lore tihe'monierri.' ,

S Mr. Bryayn ays that Mr. Blank is hli
candidate for preasdent-"sometn dark
horte." Many think this quiunits to.
S wards .aIrter .Hairrison, Maybe Mr.
S ryt .. a's idtk'hh. eit. a May'r"
i Bradentown .ournalr Th'lere Is no0
longer any doubt about hlw Manatee
cjl:',ountyl will statd 'In thie seliatorial
,... Oontest, Tallaferro'a stook Is ii J:.the
soc:' aoendency anid isl lhanlet for: oarry-
uIng the cou ity i re noW considered
i ;;:) ,, .;,..: ertatn . .' .'
lo,: lo W. It. Dorman having"' with-
drawn from the race' for eoniptrollir,
the presentinumtbetiht, A, (L Ornomn,
I i 1hais no ,iopiposlthon, Mr, room has
mado tile meat 'ounpteroller tli State
ever 'had, and the people could not inm-
pro've upon hinu il thi selection to fill
the o e. ..

CiludetL'eKlgl makisi `ing a great
succeesoi f hia Florida Sun and Litbor
'.'l:loua, puabllhedb at ,JacksouvlOle,
SA:. r Engle Is one of tile best writers
in th4ttIeo, '*.He hat n orlglnial: ,ty.eL
of his own anid .is mialkig his ('iap.er
Very inlterektinLg to those who' etjoy
ew features in journalitni, Sntco-ios:


'to"be nom(intated in theu
prit y tlih will contain .the
iame three hundred eitudi-
iate to qeiutittloi as. to
Wh.the State otivcetiy.'
Io l/' romulgtat!iig a

0tnit l r t the delegtate to th.e nation

e May LtOth 's not ta early by
S l Orty days as 1 Arrt, a toektloi,
diiired the priiary to te held,
ter of kitiksI hiavo S tiredy *ben
tltd by tlietarnuers Alac.huf
t Pitnit o early ,. Tlu'
S 'bel settle Vir, andt

6 O tImei s r: id loyal ly
*0* itllleaddautls alto-.


,t ittowt& rl'o many Doultmonets
1'a, '
;|il4enti higswesdosaiaboe

nato lri^ ,nd 4,ioIy,
w I ir. ora friaend1 s will with'
4 ih bJlad t ,ober. .
p loti 1 noted for her gift@e4
Stattmetnest, in senatorr Clay hle htt&
a (ta of tthe first magnitudo'e. ,l",at'
tne lawyer, a brilliant talker an4'tW
th.oroighlly coinversant with the poUt'"
ical iltuiti6io of the different Statee,
anld delighting exproesingi i thiatani-
mntd', way of his, what he thinks of
men and measures. Turning to a par-
ty of fioridOlit .n he observed :, 'VFol-
ida hae twfo able men to represent h4er
interests.' Throwilog his shoulders
back, whicibdisplayed to advantage hii
magnificent physique, he continued:
'In one, Mrj, Mallory, 1 find a quiet,
able worker,;while in the other, Mr,
Tallaferro, I find all push and enthu-
sitam, and I tblieve hle generally getts
what lie w ts .
".'You are non neor tore committees
with Senator Taliaforro, are you. not?'
wasitsked of Senator Clay,,
S'Yes,' .he resurnimed,' 'and I have had
every opportunity to kniw hiS- untiring
ein andcapabilit ies. Biloork on
theo mitteO ior tppropriations hatt
been iatlply phenomenal. le is one,
of thennost enthuplasti in the 4en-te.
His tf~' could 'not find a tan whole
couI doliorte than he has done. Yes,
he rto ated 'I d lorldda could not !ha0ve
a mdbre l iute.tman iato take care of.
her interests'
46nator 'Bacon, also of: Georgia
jirned in tha discussion, and remarked
that he thought a great deal of Mr,
I'allrftrro. :First, Ithink hitm a most
valuable senator ; thi longer he Otays
the more valuable he will be, 'Second
he Oi atteIntive to all his duties and a
careful'worker, lie is recognized in
hi numoerpus' committees as an ox-
ceedingly careful' and a.otive mnemnher
anld 'last, but not least, hlie is, a inan
whio will be of great benefit tou his
State.' Senator Bacotn has that whole-
soul., Jovial Way about hitn thatinstant-
ly tiiakos one eel oituw true and sinore
Is his friendship.
Senator MoOrtary of etAntucky Is a
man with very pullsfed iand plelislfng
inaletrs. I Ih p awid the following
merited compliment: 'I consider. Mr,
Tallaferroi n aii of ability and coin-
ospitouus in Ills lidelity to the iitre'rests
of Florida.'
S"Senator Morgcn aleo said I like
Mr. Tfliaferro ; e iis t warin friend of
minee, an(. I thhitlkI he will b of 'lreat
Itmellt to hah Statoe.'
GOOD BUSINESS SITUATION.

eNo ote would havo believed a few
inonithis ago tlhat the twew year would.
oioln wtithi tlue a lipefual spirit per-
vid itig the m uininotS World. Tlhntre hall
n ot ben in many a.tyear uc h awiping
oiut of inere .papur fortunes and book-i,
keepers' prott, and yet through lt tall
nthe. better cOlassiis of stocks thrown
upon th'lita~loet, though at low price*,
have.been ampread among the. prudent
luIvetors Ulfttii they are huld .niuoh
more widoly,tha n before, and thus": i
hown thisconfsdence of busilters aolr
In the telad.ntes, anit real bass, of the
pirosearity of the country. Another
very notable i f naturee o the day In'ttat
tIn 'order of' retrenchment in many
great, ilna(u cti.nlritg 'lnd tistresi era.
ploye 'are co-ouperaitUg ohfteerfully
with hmnplyler,. : : ".'
Ithe is hot merely tilt wages iare, re
| d4ueid In titne direietiins, a. they are,
but the sairion of thet higher ofhilr~
Aret cut, .i.a .rtulen n uiilnhioei' (. severely.
thAt' those' of the tiiphn. wrkhrtugi"
Woiv kly- waget. 1:tho s i sitt, 't :.hc
,n m ace hreaikil> away (toni the pletd-i
lgsof swine nsf their leaders,. yMotably
Mr. Ooni(ientps stiw d a few hav'e qene.
tiout'd theIr good' aemmie itt'::o doing.
ar 'tn'ixy"sentit. Ibetterthat allb..
uneioy t A -ivieg. *w
*whit:his :othet half eva iilttnizag.




o t1. uil!.!Ie .ttt


eeakigw a i'llen la iiriday tfoe
wa colsered .a fair de." The


Si ealomittee be'*.
.,,nida" tir mn bde 'berfsrep
"' l ".:1i heC shall eiease
~i' la has always
; w lefttter; it Ala;'
t.Ff i4 when iit wase anued to
lIe .ttii l 'etlti candidates
warersto'bers$"f'the tate 'om-
~e$10 0. t 4 re'4A pOn -lyO refused to resigi,'
Ot^ 9,tedtoteta'ls their membership
orn the ointte. Mr.' Olark conid-
etedi i ilntailr :o p l6tOelf' and other
candidates fVoposiNlg candidates who
were members of the c&mittee 'to
prescribe rulesrand regulations for the
primary election:, and -ie saai so in
unequivocal ,langiage. H 'made
mnapy feneds by his unanswe able ar,
gument, an thoroughly demonstrated
that he Is a friend of an honest pri-
mary election, in which the poor man
has aft equal showing with the riclh.
His reaMarks fell upon deaf ears, how.
ever, so far as certain candidates who
are members of the State comnnmittee
are concernedT-

lHon; W. N, Sheats, State superin-
tendeht, of' schools, published an open
letter in i Monday's Times.Unionin
claiming that the. letter from him to
,rff. DeBote,' inotifylng the latter of
his invitatoh to Booker Waiingtot
do'ivyer an address in 0Gainesville lost
"JOit nary on the occasion of the' conven.
tlon of County Superintendents and:
.Board of Eusoation, a purported copy
of whlih was published 14i The, Sun of
D)ecimber 24th, 1908, was not -a true'
popy of the original letter, that lhe
words "in thi ,white school audito.
ri.umi, were iterpolated in the pub.
lished letter. The Sun published the.
letter as it was furnalsed for public.
tion, thoe'ditor having been informed
lii the preseinee of witness that it was.
a truite copy of the original. The pub,
location was purely a business matter,
the samne as other advertising, and
The Sun disclauitis any responsibility
for tihe same, We would not.have
phblishlld the letter for any considora-
tion had we not been assured that 'it
was a true copy of. the original.

Senrtor Ta tlafe rro is busily ei gagd.
in perforing tilin duties at Washing-
ton ihii h the peopi elected hitn t
porformt, but ho will ste a sulllcient
nuim ber of the voters between this and
dleition day' to inakei his opponents
wit ihhe had remained at the national
capital throughout the canipaigi. It
was tht .desire of Ihis friends that tl(e
State fotiiinittti' I.' l t dateg in eachli
ount ity atWhich the eltintorial Candi-
(lates should address the people, butt
thu friends of the other candidates
were opposed to any such procuedinrs.
They preferred a "go as you please"
campaign, in order that hil opponents
eonild arrange dates to'suii.themnselves,
at which time it would .be inipoessile
for' him to leave. Washington. Mr.
stockton has charged that Senator
Taliaferro would not meet hir on ilth
stump, but w1len the Senaitor's friend
asked that he he given ari opportunity
tomneeI him and' other opponents at
regularly appolnhtcd times and places,
Mr. Stockton (either in person or by
pr~xy) and his sipportert voted in the
negative .... .. .

Speaking t the reSolutloti providing
for the calling of a State convention
to etuntaciate a platfornm of i)omneratio
lriuniples,. Dir. Goodbread. of Lafay.
ette county said in the State commit,
te last week tliat, if the Dentlecratic
party had abandoned all priteiple aAlnd
watt' sit'iply" aUt torg.atnzatiotu' for the
purpase ut obtaining oite it was h gli'
time forth organtr artion 'to disband.
lie. was ehoerwl'i tc thie echo and wati.
heartily 1ongratulsat(dipOn lhi-r tine'-
ly' remarks, .

'thre i ntt dispttitg the feet' that
W.. it Heast h. a sitron faldwinag
i this 8tate fer the r oshtiuitolon aS ,ti'
Iq' eorstkt. candidate for p..peletst
. .l.m..ly Ight aga h-st she ti.i,.l i,


:l' prulcpl reason foern thh~ i'tniowl
and It possi'd *u rprixs Tb. 'an
eii i at ileit, a majority '*t.. irP rtdlia'
eo !!ettlo- support the New ~iork edSi'
;16r toyt oeexllltie :f,.ow
I'dif idoI04 66m too. l: .


li^o pt, lio of ;tva th, avos
DeMs d op tlp atio; badrelt
te stomf recall i due to .nd gout. iq4p1
curltdiglestion. Thi riew'discovery rprP
srtits the notuWrl jutcp of digestion ihe
exist in a heiihy stomach, combined with
he greatest kni*wn tonic (nd recon$trU0otlv
roppertil6s ,' Kodol, PyspeP?!a iPre dos not.
only ?sre. Indigeatton and dysppsia.i, buit this
famous remnety oes a ill ,temiacl' troubles
by eleaising, p.rify1ingl sweOatenalng a.nd
itrengthlas ing tliomucou mem branes lining
l s "tornach.. ..i..: ..
S M r S, B. a t RW. v* swood-,' W Vs., sW as.
I was trlablad wlth ioour stomach for twenty yars.
Iodo curf' d m a sd "e re now =isg It Int'ml
for baby."' I
Kodol Digests Whmt You 14t;
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2 in (imsthe trial
sltze, hich salls for. 50 cents' .: '
Prepared by E.C. PoWITT & 00., OHIOAOO
Sold by All Druggists.

A CARD TO THE PUBLIC,
Trustees Gainesville School Explain
Matters Satisfactorily,
In the ssie of The Daily Sun of Jan.1
Uary. 2, 1904, appeared an article; ihat
makes some incOrrect statements as to
the facts in relitiori to tine financial
condition of tho public ehlools of this
county, and that has a tendsicy' to
create the impression thatv the sub.
sehooldistrict trustees of this district
are responsible for such condition.'
We wish to disclaim such responsi-
bility, and ,t correct the erroniuus
impressio.ns created by tiis article.
S.it8--Tilhe reportthr sates that "There.
WA s aa'la n eounefmenie t two weeks ago
twltt the school w ,ild remaii) oewi for
tlti. full terai'btit no explanation :was
made as to where the fuids should ,be
Aderiveld." He further states that "it
wa$ riaturailly supposed that proper
arrangements' had been "inlde since
'th!e announceineiit (Ati. aBs an ofllcial
inpttefron ti e' board ')f education .."
' hias stetstioent it wjiolly. utsrorrect,.
No Hsch stitiementil was tnfilde by either
the county school board or thui board.
The county school board (if 'we 4 are
correctly informed) has tglecided that
owing to the inability of that, board to
supply the necessary funds, it cannot
continutte th schools of this coiuity for
longer than four months Our board ap-'
pe4red before the county tqhool board
lnd used every, effort to prevail upon
tllat body to continue the school in
Gainesville for the full term of eight
months. But the county board, while
expreafing a desire to subserve tihe in-
terests of this school, frankly stated
that the county funds would not ad-
it it of the furthe-r contintination thire-
of, Thliei it was that this board ni-


uthe oatsty opaY.
ov er ftroleorh
all orf ''ex6855 '
price, Sopid we's l
d it i .;.'b-f c


t$17n 28.50, insef 1 ;
tbuidihat Iwa il as ed |
It isprop.rLo tostqo,p o 604
addiw til to threeto n fro .
tll e ar hltect o r,, pa0P84
,( t Ond oth r ` ::ork |
3cd--Wowisoa atid to i~
the 40.45"had o the property
dayhe whity school .oardk whi h re






$173suited in20 reducing the terof olchol
titoey was orrowed d fr hti interedo








this being c.,paid a ndthe debi fr]
ture about $3,0 1,i 0 4 ing1the 61"i'
uaidt of the eprpertitytio$2.li ho
w ee fail to recover wilfrol uitli


the fferchast or the property, tlie e
tioof the building had not bereo d t
furtjlphing of thle buihig.i lhaVe oautlh
ing to do with the financially cAtus of
the county school hoard, whiito hbe red
suIted ij to eastdu ny o t he tr lameo
rgis apb-sb ool upo district w -seh
or the indebtedess of t hei ab g ty boal
S this rud thrict tohis dereCet A itael
school building and furnish ,. i e-
money was borrowedrtandy, buthe r
is being paid, ands the deb i cb
paid ontof the cqfistitutit l.tii' tax 0
ot ee ullon swhich will be tnd s ufllent, i
only, used for s:ch'purpose, 01W4 doels






ot creased the eomnmonschopol btae
nesr whatever.all It isfsepara ii aishl






tiet.I If th W sub-seh sti
district had notould been w rae d out l
prould perty ad not been puless ead
the building uad not bee o etectiol tie,
school, term wou4 'have to be reduced
just the same, hbnee itis.unr~asonab4:hl
and utijilt~to cast' any of the,,blainme..P
,responsibi'lity upon; this v': gb-selK~
district, dor the trustees thireof, o6
the indebtedriess of tin oodty boa
It Is true tht tht is dtrictrietowes ,
money for the property, but'?uo part
the money is to be.paidout0of trl
coMnnuon school tlims ni.ior"ihas it iU
creased thie common school t inddbe
,nefs atu all, It is separa eand di
tiuimt. .' '] the sub-scho I distp,
sebt should be wiped out, ie seco
could 4n0\ continue ,unlIss ur peopC|
should'C&tinue tin mub-peiool'
trict, and' u.j
.tberefr2^ By^
.'olnt~V I~t'*aih nerstoii
pie of this district' when th.
district was created,' thtol
specific purpose-thle ereo


dertbok to arrange for the exteltsiuol of butilding-andl that when tl
the school teremi to eight months, \e should have been iaid fIt
found upoi examination of theo Stattutit school district would be d
that the county school board would be anid the school carried. on j
required to guarantee that all depart- common school funds, w.itlh
melts oftheischool would have to be ditional taxation of three'^
continued for the full term of eight We trust tlia this expli
m1tontlhs in order to obtain the appro- be satisfactory to the people
priatipn of $600 for the High School. they will understand and 'f
The county school board agreed to pay ciate that it is the duty of'i
the principal's salary. for the ad- school board to. carry on
d.itional fonr months if the ub school schools ; and that it' i on .
district could provide for the contiiu. the indebtedness of the coat
fiance of the primary gradeL Having board that the school term
no fnids with which t6 do this, our .short led i"n ll the schoi
board concluded to charge the ini- couii nt
dental fee of '$4 fdr each pupil for tihe We trUist that, tihe patro
four mothi. Th wa the first oT- ,re Sthe tate aid adu.to eo
eial aineouncement.made by our board. :ohool through the eight mi
2nd-It wasiltated in The SSuin that W.W. i.
"'The Gainesville Sub-Sohbol district t 3i H. Vj
is greatly in debt. The cause of this H WHy
debt was the expendit re of miney tin .
the eretetion: of th'e $3.,,0) school life can be ade a su
building, aid as a result it requires not a question of, chimntibg
nearly threefoiurths of.the nonmey de- erty; itis a ( (*etionof mda
ivod fron sch taxes to keep up the life,. So nan of u
in.terestm.onthe Indebtedneos." s 'away and fascinated by wi4
The building did p ot 'cost $3,i000. to be phantoms and faklst
me tract price for, the building have had to wheel back nd
mde by this, board, byn authority of the again and fight alonr agaiS
county Wchool board, wa it$1,1).i; The dous odds, and yet wiat
cotiity schttol b*rd, aftIrexainining can be made a6 Ms
the a ianmdecwesd that owas consists in doing right, :"
too imnlil,aNid directed.that we hinave beat you can wi t.il whatI OU.
it enlarged. The addition totthise Au. yarof e tn a
ditorium was to'cot 885; the arhi- chances, of oys aid of ho
temt ailoweed extrt, for flg openhiig, until th nd .t.d
$7; extra for, Master .Ky, ao, mak hatthI ;.
ien the tot. :cntrast priee for .he. lf ory is rpeatlt B
uhlding, $l5.,8t.0 When the Idai a.ion mainthr n
utr. a le't ocrboM reqi^ rI a N. o.W ht.t e.De lie.nnocr
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li t t o dayn iib r to waleavit. e yesterday
:ta iviw~t t slar-kitde tn r

iitl n'fternonm for poolintin West Fir- u m bee'i stock. .
Ida, and ePcsa to be absent everaI Tho msdeo t
bemas, d0eod- t 40 -q
~K~b.0Ist0Ev ''' See ldVerick if you want to purchase a
When sending your ona good buggy or wagon. Prices are al-
rs eto l' Sun blie ways rlightlsoi t he vehlclel.1" ,.
S it does "not... mnako, over siX 4, t.iyman, the n aval stores op .e,.
Swords, incdingM signiature. if is an.-manaloep', th
eupies over slxty Wrds send ten d'i ator of Loch"oosa, was among' the
iliar Isteid ,of fi8e,'a' our apae is visitors to this irty yesterday
'ltrf ,t eiid: Gof; 't,0. I IpA101111, eio'f c'hoic .... .. .iett
.oh'1' #R Y. :IR ,isarg4 f or atthie rate of so muh .per" A 1 & of : hoice fancy roceries,
InOU TY Oh. This'rle wiflt t:: be brokAen un o1, cha&nt &.,. Co'.w
-C U..Mereh nf & a0'frsd2s!
la~. iy o' nsl'e ratilJ i. '. 1K. X. of Archer, one of the
SDickinson., .tme. present. el! leadingao rihants of that place, 'was
S'of en0ealt atteret Gatlh- clent tax collector of Alaohua county, among thebusineess visitors to this city
ered bot r a P.tor 'ir s cOaldidate' for renomination, sub. yestyrd 'ai.
arjeoetthe Deniocraticprmary. lHe 'SDer'to of
edl by Our epor $0tes Her-- ''. ^ eto rae er^ a
*has performed the dutmiesof the ofle ohn v' Lake View one
0fAL AND SOCIAL ITE1MS fr the past three years in a "l edltable gf h ez f tzn o o aa
,OIAL W'lr iI : its" ""4 i a: c l ia
i i Id is frien~ will eercis a ting boalness ia tis t 0ity
- t P.. ........ .. ..... r, and, h 1 frie nds 4 111,w l ee^s di.t '
t H appn ds ani d l W hat is G oisni e: ry legltimate efforts to secure his re- t eer t he fir
Ap ToIldl n ShortlPargralphs a, omle o ion ind .eletion. His ane mber f
sit 1,10 mWho V lhit.id, '.srera, jfill was a biusineasi08lsto to

0ea fa S t; 5 bht day .seed oats for salpe ee4 ea seed rr h potatoes, sed
Sarber of Arher was In tohe ityby 8. Itrchant & Co. w2 c s a sed e t acd
J* : QJon L.Oh.ee.rof QoI 0',was *. B6,ethait & Co'sod. "'edlw2
f. i es ofOyril w las hoppl n usi i6 tihe Visitori to, this lty Yester- Wan te-Honest .and lldusrtrioti
sity yestetly dy. young ttn with goolt referencesr to
rs V.. .lierlonlg of Bliiamy' was A limited quantity of velvet :bean 6ork up bigness ta, nh expe.
Piingin thity yesterday, syeed tos ebad at G. S. Mr8haint & .eIe ruired. Address this of,
A seed Peanutsoto. he fjouxdat. O0,/ "b2'w2 '.)'lkI fJapanese- ugar "'p no
e0 On1 C bs dw1 it. e. ry-en.y Plekett of N berry. was f4 410l, per Wtto sand. a 'ne
ai. lesn'ton of Far a irbant "was amo t'ho who paid the county cap pouda named varieties peean nut $1
Rtithe bItsiiei s vits0.itr to this ~ y Ital a vilt yesterday pr e ound Gaineavlle Bottling Works,
Srday. Jaires HoIdRer, the merchant:and Gaevtille, Fla, l-10wSmno
i Allison, a harmll i t lad restau ran P mian of Roeelle, iwa W, Anderson of Wade, a member
l aoPy, was shsoppl ate o aongg the visitorsto Galneville yes. hs fw of Riey & Anderons, t er
1 py WWtlltO ppNiRo tile o terday, hfnts, was in toe city yesterday and
eardaty he ismrs o tade o The Suim t an agreeable call.
origo W Dyal :and wife of dn- Artlog othe visitors, to thisioltyye. Y iies' Rbe
Sa Wtrto ay was J.ohn' d; TownTWnd" of "I' .t. lod geof AAlaclhas, one of the
ysitra. h v 'orlCo l Oampville, who Caine oni a trading e;1 progr6isive. farmers and cittiens of
Sr a : tor spoditon, that section, was among those who
orge Barkr of Hlawthorn wa ckham of Camp. .paid Gaimeaville a vist yesterday.
ng those who paid 04alavoili a l pa okham of CamP.
yg terdiy ho id al :s vile were among the vfiltirs to this' Atinon i, hc prominent visitors to
s e da. t il ty yesterday. They madoTlie Sun Gainesvilll yesterday was Hon. T. V.
jr Means of M eltost Wa an agreeable call. Porter of Jacksonville, who was look.
i tho p h G. S. Mirhant & Co, for. eovqy. ag after his property interests here;
S,. ater 'd children' thing usually kept i a fist.elass gro-. Miss Maggie Morrison, an accom-
t. terasod hildrl o.s t rystore ullweights and noa. pulihed youig lady of High Springs,
ilt~ili wnre aning' the Vis't'ors to tires guaranriteed,. d2wl .'' arriaVed il the city yesterday, and will
esille yesterday, Mr. and s. Todd of LAureiss, 8. C,, rthe guest ofn MIrs. J. iU. Alderman
. T Taylor of (entrala farther of wilo aret in thelt S otai on "t pleasure for the '"exte few days.
ces itsd promintense, wattradting trip, were iui the city yesterday as the f
ie olly yesterday, guotsts of relatives, Mr. and Mrs.O. 0. Lucas Blak of Hague, a member of
J Sholey id Podrok They dpartedoi, the even, tO fsm o atPadgett Black, naval
Swere l ton yestepy ing rain Arche f h ort.a 'operators, was in the city for a'
w-,oro hi town. yesterdaym'aiid s't h Ah. ashort timelysterday. Mr. Black lihaes
tl o0eo a. plhaant nail.; 'r Walter Byant, who has be Ihn .the. just returned from a business trip to
,mereanmtilss business at Al~hlma, after Jacksonville..
i ir.Henry Lol. hvibb t:atorted ea ef itto relittilvs i thiscityd- .' Hn.
ay for Winter Park, where he wil rday r T Mrs. m
A .la ew dayisaw, ithne o hits y' iryant i here viitt he parents, bas in the acity, yetrday, As a hiem.
A. w,' o f th progress" lr and Mrs. L. W. jasn, o her of the Board of s county OoMn.mit
f1riiwr .oftli Waoahoi, ,l tr" r i ility i' 65f thils ci'ty, but whlo for thispast 'toa whenthe i attend the good
isi 'i'"- year have resided in North .Carolin roads, eI ron v e i "o. '..
is liulta ioten of ort 'Whille'aS arrived in time city M day. Mn, y- r A.anT.a twohrnresI
'hin the city yesterday, and. will iids departed yesterday for an'and T two progre
lie gltestifor ifr fwdays of l, J. 'but histwife will rminalihsre or soe ive farmers 'of "the Bellamy .section,.
lich. 'eral d4ayst althe guest ofl herareate, -wre among the traders in jainesyailen
r., I. C, Lynch dtparlod yesterday Mr; ud Mrs .. 'W. Jackson ri yesterday. Tlhey report pleityof rain
)0iti, where sliteWll be 'he gu e t of Mr. anud Mrs, Reynolds weree glad to t uo.titoot sa declare good-na-i
tetunt Mirs W. P. Hlatley, tor grooeet thnriegaln tureidlythat the wteris about to flot
t few dys Willis W Cols is a candidate for their farms away.
t'irator, nasr. ot Minopy, "the l)ilnouratic nomination for T x 'Amoin the prominent folks who via'.
'win' lR5,e of t1acoha were Assesse, subject o th .pri ary of iter hoetit bensay was tore Ia
>i the ptosierotus eolniitry (olks ay: 10th. .'Mr. olosoit it .noy ftlling Park w onlides. 'itorell a La'
visited ttl ety yesterday. e unexpired tem he h asse oe aha t Ca 0ptai n Parker It

pU*it 'idulnrte'na af)cala qoiftUrd So:illtht'olieand Ms:hoiiotild' p %i4t abriiO.lti
S" ttfteatedy, the 'glcat of i b, ,i.mn'atinnd hlt'ele td Thlstii. An al-s of tire was turned i. frosin
M todg hof !"onanad. (b ,. )pe regili'ot heii ir ~s port of h .n a er W eev t a d, o
hater of fewberty were' among e oanounemtni tst ts e h rnadg, atsbih .amntoned the do,
s4 whe paid 0 ui~teav~ft.' vitit yes., I s.. W,"Arnold of Dayt0as, who pi'ttenea with its .usua. tnaes,
k T. 1he{y Ld ,iiis wih st arkh04 ihthis city Monday si4 a Vita bus is wadlsdovered that the alarts

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4 ptit, Jaksnville, t Nwthe eity oti obe o h d
s hi". .,a.n .. ij:ob"riveithouT, l
. nt, J'. M. fra-ami .. y t M ur Zednes ,
Fdhert Wix iZoofhfe: pii ia, o at his hootne
*h B sta ..t.r.e s .of: .tta tp e P o'" I o
wam twa4lglan thie city yher0 int tnet t7 "riO i o
Ir n, and. tofrsttnah, the eaver r a 4n "be |
reprew tao of t're e Glob Oil Cont e ,l


and Iafter s are alwen s isad to f e.ed'l, f ro th l residen e at'3
e FIrod, whn abIOut
nis. thayniond, ispeia agent h for t d re d in
'Atlaute Coast Lne, withheaydqarter ts for attumet of yea a lift
estiabe lad0 g ha smiendisg f g n ar
at Monttgoe ery, la., wh peidtlg a e of St atrick') Cath le, .
ahod toie pleaan with retiv* The father of the di 4 was
ties eity Mr iShaueon has a'"ntiainihen the sad e ite e
irsoeoo here whi are always glad tsteegraphed for, a pe
ieehin.m i teteronss arrne in the i c ity. todw e
Mra J. M GraaniI received ytter Mr. Smithis survedI thore d
day telegraphii information of the se two sisters,'Mihsees. (Thse d 4C!tl-
rious illness of her sister, Mrs. Torrairine, both of whomu'resi thl oity,
Of aiew York. Friends of Mr. Grr The sympathy of the con ity is eX*
hati will sympathize with her in t tended to them in this r of ie
plefortune, and trust that the paItie reavenent
will soon recover. ,e4 The funeral services be held .
After a .pleasant visit to friends from the resid ene ,at S this "'*
this city, Ou tler treturnedi ternoon, l rev. P. J wlr bt. Pat"
her hoe in Ocala yesterday. rick'atho hur'hfng,. T'e
estimable lady has many friends following gentleenare ested to
this city. She formerly resided hl4, act as pall bearerts i gopher
andthere are e many who are al s aMatheson, John Flew iL. C
glad to welcome her to her old ho Lynch, W, R MceKinstry i.Ooopet
The entertsainmerit at the ssabern e and W. S.' Dorsey.
tomorrow night will be one of o Deceased had a great f riepd
finest sniBaol treaty ever witness a in this ity who are bowe orrow at
ainesvlle. oThe priee of Redmie a hisdentise. 'e of p.
ha, been placed at 50 cents ai a IKt THE PRwri S .
Crowded house should greet the ir, e, t,
former. See program in an er Gof entle r an From New O Writh
columa, *. ntr r: t H Would L,ike to Set pre.:
Judge H. G. m nn is a eand t eiand Bay r. chain of the
torethe offtle aof ounty Judge of la. cter inent conihnittep he Wdin
fai$a county, subject to the'Demo tic ter ble Conference1 w sas been
prha. stHe has filled th 4offl al- send, out the wr kipeot ad pr .
tceti y to the people for the ast gra f tahe aplpriaohin g lon of t I
several years, and his friend wi lan Wi r Bioble oerence, ih iatl ,
bor e s retain T iu the log contains a tscripti f Came
mie J~dge Mae nisan oimo adc, vililaud afewhalf .ttatiorl,
coniOerous gentle anill be i s ll rDeceipt h ad t grear, fr^ l lc B
Horda awtitnee and on a ot In. f rieiwh'ore, a., whao ei.
Oa blemlh. .is- rounoe m t a tars fs ;ed i fOrlhn, aw rha .
cr owde .hou sell hou d Le ,iK E T ouid HE' h it US.', : '
trn g today's Sun.he I n es e it ise ,
The friends of Judge S i Ryan of have received the pr ets 4 "
Appletorn, Wis., the oites editor of pr rain of th Winter Bi O.ro-, '
the Wliootinl, press, in rvice, will e ow ithi tlhi ttle writer "f toh-f
be glad, to learn that he a consider vit', and I want to thankri te.
ably improved, after 'a siege of la *to v ory ablehrha e I n tnl d"Ie i
grippe. The attendingaphysiciatir. iDVi5'U rt ilu1ie5'W b i"'
Robb, reports the patient muoh bet- at enjoy a coi'bi nation ch .l
ter, and states that with'proper atten- i t and good Bible work, t I am
tion he will be out in a few days. situated that my dutte wl not
Judge wyan hi stopping at the Donan rumit nie to leave. I lik desetp
House, corer East Orange and North on ofGainesvile, aaIi thie stores in O
Okftavenue. i e pronspectuis ai if I coi secure aa '
hoieseattpois gfientl e mouldn' ,thr at
SJ Maxey Dell informs the p l lerial n Ipriee would nmen there ; t ,
through today's Sun that he is a isedi e a IV btese eNis lt i ln f
date for the Deimocratie nomination n ltedb ladii forl .
for Clerk of the Orouesit omrt of Ala- thes onre .intaeit wihelr pro
chua. county, an offole which he is f pectu and advertising ii er have
eminently qualiled to fill Mr. ov)ell atId I favolnrable nothire on, and
as well known to tl people of Alachu were wile1 likely be a g t maI l in
county, and at the last election caint ore.
very near being nominated to the of 1 HIS SENTENCE RED Ea1. *
fioe which he Iaaiii seeks. He i a
hosts of friends throughout thte oounn fev. W. A. Waters, Sentenc to Fine
ty w will give him their earty eu and Imprisionment, Re led.
port and sey all honorable means lieev, Waters of this ctiVient
carry his batner to victory arraigned and convioted in UnlBS|
S .era el II. Winges, for the. p it tate court at Ocala upon hrg
ief, is aIcandidate for thennsii i w lh g a s tenten '.d t. lpa rtosH
frati a nomination for Clerk of tlio' f $t Xand spOend three monthI pI
cuit Cour, subject to the Pemoer ic was returned to GaminesvrllAed
primary. Mr. Wienges is one 'of 9 day and placed in the Alachj cox
mot competent men in Alliaha' 0 t prison, '
y And is thornghly acquainted yih It1woe~r, indadmeit as tw lefer k
evecy.detalof the olffice. hie p in. hadi always lheraetoflpre ti a
il'm faithful performance of his dtherl e abiding olikeln, the court aArony
knowing what they are, nd hisf ds upon to fede the entnce m
will endeavor to g.ie him as i pe prison ounfinenment wot ic
tunity to ftifll his prommie, fidlig h fom ninety to thirty dayi, a ix
confident that he wili do o to ti.e lt. vent tht .Watersk doe t o
tear. tHi. ansnoonncement spperl-s' in the l) Afine, hti will bie ired
th i a i.ue.: .. ..i.t: : i e : S terv, anmothher.tohjnty days It
.... t.im all .. ...... ..... ; i ed that tie tn it;orlia 1 .an
A 'F i ": p t he Al t,th., pirsat.
't1 i. E.";Beaten, the oarriage and thirty.day:. enterice. :
,wcargpnr.. a tr~ir :dded a vat TELof avo p Sm-| I
Mtiale aulaitl',nt*O hr isprsoa iiop' chnrehs, aid therefore e, g I
eowsa large. ani a (l uine 1mi a rtsinister to remember we ga
Sso a ..years:the. ee llitnant Iiy of the l ongran i
Benonai renlctabdid a a for te pait towad e painting.
tl tisHon rt 1 sear and eo er ,like lt.


a.ti.d p iiisa9.O a e allon tow
d e of pa, wialet ie'. ~ih milk, wo(worth o 0 ceast whmei
~ t R i twim l WsS )twhe tt bty:y tter paints

110U aw*R5~ wa..4. #. n*( t so galltea of
te Ae sg &afor Troet nd of.ly el.ghf' tL, "t,, ,

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