The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

Full Text

s, itOR. $ l, pa
4 h

S, ilO d Numro a.aanda ode
IdttatS f qu

1. ther ProdAuct~ Grow Wild.
a" 4bsene of 6everai days inO
U It ''p t Qtf ieketrs and
Oat^ 01.J., 0, AAndrewis lA0at

n1 Atidrewos, with.heia thepArty
14, from TmpandA on the thooner
bIM alitol, and the ad'ip of ive-
toNuVita wasn a pleasant one .
|ils is on the nortt coast of Oubs;
isly s at thia point' the arty
oeiaiid investigated thoro gh.
t;itiat Ion,'::rod thoevitiai they

641,l nii othei.1tand,' progrov-
i et a1 oreaIGoaunto, whieh w am a
a Oany Amiericansa have. ever been
*Wed5 to go#o far. '
oiAonelAndrew8 is ,dighted with.
1 i#04 fifcnt soil of the "'Qeen of
ntillesi He say01 '0the soil ,18of,
a-rfutl er'tliity, a6d that anything
w there., e noted steeral lo:
of passIng through wi i
j e and banaa grovesan'ind d-..

wing. I e Is gire'tly

Sthe eurvan .o"rt' : door

'0WAR FUND "$32OQ0,00000

at's Not Ensugh, Russia Call: Get
petrshburg, Feb. 2.- TheN Nov
i'' wi:the resource of the,
sry figrs thatitt thme total hibmountt
i, dispp leaI of the 'government
conduct of time war la o$320,000,-
wtich it considers to be u ite
lenit i.w iew o f tie :faic that a
To exlpenslv6 J 'riih
ta war;' ag' ie a r

ct tattfialent the paper eoitendts
tAit ea0.sily ca.. obtain a loan at
5lu or abroad so long aI her money
f eSyaste remnatis iound
T'Ith6 Novosti adds,,;
h ere t IL'no fear of the 'leprecla.
li *4the'rataiible and If RIussia lato
res the war without the rouble faill
,It. will be her greatest victory ."
0Tie army organ falies a warning,
lying that the' Japanese wIll not be
dangeous, ais disease will docimato
a arT'riy i the Held, recalling the mfirt
at tiesa lost twice as 'iMnanry men
Disease during tij Turkldh war
by the billets of the enemy.


i4ey, 'mardered', aim .pio'i open;
ieenesast ofwhlich wiH l bIto l IrY.
Thteirew' Favotheir 'iwil1
t41i4'. ar lt Supit' or. the:fel
f appiopslted, for iheI
It ha# been eh iated
B pl'y oalatai 4art-1 hold ftla4
inTltion Haug., M,1490,8, whlet+
br|i( the it e of .: surplus in the
aproiiriated for' any o'eq claa.
i -eun n .efteebt, a tp.f
atiortl otf nob urplu, iby the
attir ^ to tb purpose nasni.

rC'sted Who | tered Young

et o$ Feh anr. T' K'. I

4ie. Tse siepe will be

S tMayBor Him Fvon Run
k or Congrs #e
u:te p~. ,pt n 1, P Hsonr.. egis
ter ns ret-rem by f stet f cnstru!iet
Stho oft the riary nd twUtouh e ctio
.tlhat 11t'he /dlW tll it to aalsti' htje
,thi o 1ae Anterl w u thon44 oticiale 6i
*ti W caul.'!e of sUi si.hfaiuit torea
sing hat hatilkn. oinly eghis aistrwa .
"but Mlh ovvr the atat. tilsd 'the qos
thee er tpie n tthe intat tppltedtott,
committee whichh I said to be almost
nuAthimouas fior, oloetl a-hkbea ) tra

pLrhin ted tto? t offmlelt.' tlnary tpr km
lt ] claimed that .Iob anm
tiat ei wold 'hot 'hao a I'egal vo'iL
th' tile the primary would he hI'l
but ihat eh would.le a dlualti ela0C,
tr tAh November, when the tat' e W
tln oul-d be hold, and that the r1u
son why he' did not register wac be
ciise he was absent at tKe thue I
tll 'service, of the United Stateta
As Next Place of Mteetinq for Educea
tlonaal Aso~latton2,.
AIg l "a jj. a... ,)
(I, WI -.A.doeklext n lWil ll ,.,
Srt; g iIU r nyear' withlug o f Ine
de..'niy ar| otich sUa 'niM greot, of
nano,( and >u; nbtearabesdy b, ]
,o .l ut '.g (.' .. 1\a i (t'.nl unow 0n .
and as it: lale inj'l, al ,ost -
'nanvtri aint d ;t' i itt .i' ::t'O tl l
the tiunlm' io tieoo ly Li.uee nTita
invtins -'r,.A!gstti, who was eeihcv ti
to t' lii vio iic'idi ilcy by a unan
ThIe offers named Wednesday are
President Eldwin 5. Cooley, of Chi
cago:; flrt vice pltesident, Lawton I
hvehnaa lf Augti ta, na. h second 'vice
president, J. 'W.' Carr, of Anderson,
eInd secretary, t Angelinoe .' Wlhitney,
orf New York city. Milwaikee was
chostt fo& thft next place of meetc

Cancer Cured II
Mr. wYV. Piet, Smitfleld, Ill.,
writes, Sept. 10th, 1901: "I had been
suffering several year with an 'acer
on my face, whieh gave me great an-l
noyance anid unbearable Itn hing. I
was useig Ballard'sa now m Ltinoernti

thbbaed somonts'i. l
eloner, and as Il gfve m almost iII-
utant relief, I decided t continue toW
Iue tihe tinlment on the ancor. Inl a
alsort time, nmy fa o healed up wand
there is not the slightest sear left. I
have iinliiet faith in thle merit of this
ta nl.r io t g ad it to behtoo highenly
2e6ee, 5In.tee t0ie wrnd 1.().
For sale by Johniso llBrs,
Worlds Pair U. S. Mall Getsa Man Isitc
St; 'oi.l, sFeb. 2W,--'Frank C. Ilot, rii ntnuent .of Il world
fair postoff io tation, has been arrest.
dM, charged with opening, deotainlin
anId meratwllIg mail matter for tnort
that two nionths.
fle confer i"d arid was admitted iit

Hlls prpose, Accordingr o his co .
feta-oni was m' merely Ct lec.. insi.d.
infor nation en to concisulone, "exhib
It., etc.; dTsignid( foi the 'world's
hI.Hmselfor t() glvir it to Cerain frIf nd
lwho werIn. ltrcsted, '.I e bad' 'ben
I the total a trvo 2l r 2 a ri

Judge 4 L. Herdsman Bettr,r
blihMaeon hi.Feb-r, iu g. l!,'John tl,-
flard.ema, wh haa been tile Iir atlm

AtrOlr his frI ends o the street, bt
SIale quite feeble ie says, homw.
vetr, that the iatchliriess weather of
thie p;sat few dRys hsa'lq made him tt0el
better an:dt.l stronger :vlry nmeml'oit
th* QD; ieath ,inat y. ',.t',
8. it Itiming amiiCtinii's v.'selI' in
4eath. Thimn a paore scratch, insigaila.
oent4 eirt or uy boils have paid the,

e1ets and 'piles threaten. (Only 2'Me
at all 4rogIts.'


meit: We ,dr,,iay oIighlt t6 2 rS.
|ttlm' of .1ir aaS I r~ TiWSa 'I4I'
was hrt04 :to 4eath *a s t 0i,

aria .wirth oether'e4ti;4W.4 *#r^4,
was. lMet)Es a ~l||ia^;^




Is needed in every home for thie cure of winter ills. We guarantee
the. age, unequaled purity amid line savor of all our liquor,
Uncle Sarv has given us tile highest proot (of their amnrit-in thi
-i anier' in which our brands stand the Goverrinent test, Add
your verdict to Uncle Smil'&s. Send us a trial orderr, You'll'be
atistlced--but if inot we'll return your money. You h ae heard
of this ossortinent of Ke'nitucky atindl i.'esmylvania 'Ryii' before,
from 7 to 9 years old.- We guarantee Age and I uri'ty. In order
to introduce our good into every home we have decided to con-
tinue their "Special Low Price" o0f f$.6., for 4 Full Q. arts,
Express Paid. We ship in plain boxes, sending gglass and.cork.
screwfree. Nothing sent. 0. D, Our terras are cash.

Glendale Springs Distlling C ,
REFERENNCES.all, :N19 ,Atlanta, Ga.



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tis ed e.t s fhleeorthree,
l a n 12, months ats ** 11 rates?
sides fanwi#thadutpon app idtlon.e
Afrdi Dynd)eathabdo seated,

troedanomin t o thal 2 cents.:

Otin btLNor IS LTz'r

m.YJ) Wovld one yeat...,.. 1 O
t nd the Atlanta (Ga,)
**ekly ponhtltittoi-ono'e'year. 1
v16Su and the Atlanta (Ga.)
miWeek J0rnal on ear. 1 one year....., 1 50

When we fall ourf0rlde supports s;,
whej we succeed it, frequently betrays

There are 22,400 publlshlng hqusess
I l the United tate# wit h a working
capital of $384,0W00,0

of htwgold ftrom Ata every moth
and4 P,00,000 worth out of AustralIai,

Buffalo131110s WildV West show has

abtlpai in 1808 a d given 3,607 perform.

In Mouth AfriO the white a.t have
on foun d oe destroylug to wooden
ties that steel has necessarily been
.adopted, i ,.: '

ihe .ra~paeso ljose of Representa-
ties has passed a proposal to prohibit
people 0 below the age twety :from,

While' few farmers m can be classed as
millioloalroes there are more o.f them on.
'"a OSy street" than any class of men inI
the na'ttioi,

Charles Rannack of She nanudoah,
owa, .is the champion corn husker of
the world, having stripped 201 bushels
ir ten hours.

Now the negro has heel advised that
he miust give up his cake walk if he
w:,ould rise In the world. That settles
his dream of greatness.

SIn England, wh re automaiti- 0tP-
link' of. car is yet o unknown, 15))0
rmilway omployea are' killed or in6.
juired i tei years. in makIng IouU.-

A. razor is a a vi, not at knIfeBand
It works like a aw, iot like a .knife
1udi1ar the ml.oro cope it.s edge I
en t have intimerable ,ine, siaw
Now that 'ott': presses redue '.-th

iof a bale untIl it wigh, forty fi ve
poels) to. the square foot, one hip
III parry the product oft 44),00 Aotes
p verage cottonn n f0d.M

Il Aosr;$ng tho ^w fl ur s of the labor
Batea; *at Washinghbl i thtre have bheets
i i thasn St2o0 atrikIt In thie past 20
yealom &AdthseO have |l ohved4 a loss
trt)aploy si o $1#W(X0,t0,000, and, to
iworioldmn of three titned that mu"ho,

A Whim Industry). has already d4
veloped in Germant t nk nd FJrante, .tal
401thouglt nei ras o ifteen w graint
asettld a( ,000 the m *tacr rs are
sa^''ilu a ~saten.^y bu.'to

^that the0reate5t dlsattes to nthe Far

woula be not to have war. It would'
seem now 'that war i Inevitable. It is.
also thought that Dalny, about forty-.
five miiesfrom Port Arthur, on the,
Yellow Sea, wilbe the first scene of
battle and that if the Japanese are
snecessful there that they will press;
on to Manchul'a.
"There are here in eoul guards .f
various ..ido 1tdalties, one .hundred
United States troops, a squad of En.
gllsh, one hundred and fifty Russians,
and. hundreds of 3apanese. :
"'hus far allis quiet, and we do not
anticipate trouble, though some"
thought has been given to certain pos-.
Oslile movements, especially n case of
a mnob'rlot here in the oty. There Is'
a wide feeling of ldisatisfietion and
unrest on the part of the Koreant p-eo
pie toward the Korean government.
and whIle1, s6 fst' we know, they
have nothing against. ps as mlesionas
rie, there ,isa feelnig oi, satsfacton
toward foreigners, and redfently Rome
olle, through one of the s orean papers,
has been trying 'ito scatter fire brands
amoig the people. It wild seemn l
though up to this time the Korep'an
king knows nothing about the site a .
"The street car building I ins
the heart of the cityi, a two-tory
building, and il goarde oby, IU,. A,,
soldiers,' aind has mounted on thie top
of it a "Maohine Gun," whteh it tIs
said would clear the streets for a ra-
dlu of two miles, which virtually
coversat hedppr latso soti ninside the
octy walls, :omprising an. Irregular
square of four 'iles.
"All lines of our mission work are
goingpn ( quietly and evenly. After a
'Men's Traiinhing Olass' In session i't
the city joustnow ooses, severalof the
geintlotmnn have planned to leave im-
mjediately for various country fields
where imilar classes have been ar-
ranged for. We do not know whether
th, present trouble will lnterf6re with
these plans or rot. ..

Mainy R epublicat a nowapapers are
coning to their senses about the falla,
ey of protection. They inow say that
it was never intended to p(mrmautently
adopt th, saystom save as a means 'to
an end, That end, according to the
St. Paul Dispatotch, was the establIsh-
ment of our manufacturers 'pon a
baiBs tthat would make them net Oure
against the assaults of f..reign compe-
tti~ln successfully, then protection
had served its end, ulitlled itos mtis-.
siion andi ult:d aitd should be; dia.
carded, .In'spite of this newspaper
6videince that a large class of RIepubli-
01n voters have become( tired of pay-
ing tribute to trusts and protected
inono.pol'es, the Republioan leaders,
lihluditig Pr~i1den"t Rooaevelt, have,
determined to "stand pat" rather than
-bate a jot or title r'proteelio. Thus
we 'hayv the. Ailleinean Protoi6tlve
atrltY Lelgc, throughh its organ, thbe
iAmerican Economist, denounolig any
R4piblicamn who ftvors a revision of
the D.ingl y law or who (Mve N fvors
preciprocity to enlarge our. trade witth
aty niatlot that is willing to reeipro-
ate. The .result of this Republicai
leaguWe with iinoply :is thte greatestt
iteaso, in the tl. st .of"'living. 'arid
of dieili. of wages, s that intIatly
evety o.e' is paryiig' tribute to the
trat ad eventhe skilod labor' em&-
plpyed in the protected industries is
obliged to aCeept a shtmilarincome and
pay higlir pries for many 'neyestities,
lioth tihese geat classes of consumers

are b: tg, b ilei from :ver pore and
are pltiA 'axba to bomh the govern-

t t|ph, (vered witiopollea..
During tel s etpagnforth bls
:Mo fCnt^ h aet fRpb,

fot t exacwions and tw ia d ;t
tiosn 1abi1e expected front tding 'dom

At it6 fourteenth Aitiial onventlon
of the National Couneil of Women,
now i0log held in tIdianappli, some
opinions werhoexprtese that will not
be g iven the approal of those persons
who eivoe had ,atrimontal misdven
ture. Oine of the members of'the
council made a speech which is said to
'have a tused a sensation and to fur.
nish a topic for discussion during the
essioln. Here is some of it:
"Thore can be no just ground ,or a
divorce without ,the intonation otf a
crime against the commonwealth. If
thousands of divorcees are granted
earld the divorces, I take It, virtual-
ay admit that they are offenders
against the State's laws, 'which they
have broken with the marital bond,
Why, then, should the dissolution of a
home, the separation of two lives in-
terlinked by marriage, the destruction
of a family in many cases, be allowed
to stand condoned in the eyes 6f the
law? The duty of the commonwealth,
is not ended by a decree of divorce.
It has only begun. When the causes
of dlvorces are punished by flneS and
imp risonmentas inmany should be,*a bar
will be put upon hasty marriages and
the integrityof the Amerlcan hope be
preseved.' .
'As a matter of ,ct, many:: causes of
divorce are punished "by fines and im.
prionmeht.' But it mnst be ad mit'
tedh thatnot allof them: are,,,. There
are fprme ofo ts elty justifying divorce
-f., indeed, divorce is justified ati all
-that are not reached by the law and
'perhaps never will be. The divorce
evil ia great. one, and. should be
clhoeked as faras possible. We. sup,.
pose, however, that marital mistakes
will 'contiaue to the end df time, and
Under the old rule that where there is
wrong there is a remedy,.divorces will,
ountinue to be granted. ,It might help
some to lot the offending party under-
stand that divorce means the- jail for,
a week or a month or a year, but it ins

Minneapolis and St. Paul, the cen-
tera of the frog industry, which is not.
only their pride but their promise .of
greatness, will be greatly interested in,
a decision that has just been made.' by
the Treasury' )epartment at Waslingi-
ton. Canadiain frogs are subject to
duty-five cents per pound, Under-
the decision the flog is classed as
dressed poultry. He or she-the sex
is not material-is a bird or a foal.
The experts who settled the question
have put the little swimmer in the
winged class. It is not Just. iHe or
sh(e-al0 the case may be-does not be-
long there. Fogs are not ponltry,
but only frogs, and we suppose! they
are glad of it. At least they can't
help it nod seem to enjoy themselves,
or at least did do s8be foe the Twin
Oiwti a wetit Into the business "of p t-
ting them on the market 'to the extent,
of $i,(XX),000 a year. The imagjnationl
has wide reaches and is allowed great
latitudeo and longitude, but It will "need
ed iication and augmentation aind stimn-
ulation to enable it to grasp th0e ex-
plansitv truth. promulgated by' the
TroeastUry De1)artnment titsaftrog i, a
bird. It moat be underttood, however,
that under the present adtiniNtration,
l many things are possible that were tiot.
thought of before HiamletV told Hora-
tio that there were more tl*in- g i
Heaven and earth than wer e dreaed
of in his philosophy. Perhaps thisa
new bird is one pf them. 8bsakespa
wasa. wisa .letim ;- le jsawbakw arld
and forward with 'equal etlarnes and
intenlitly,' but. we do' not reinembe
thliat he made aty special -reference to
the possibilityb which oi, by 5his rl-:
uig of the authoritiBes, must bet a'-
;ceptied ais fact-for ta pu-rpose,
un tp oriapsih did.; Hesaid o sAiay.
things, did 8hi:espear.-hs ani Mv.
tlooaevellt a Senatol Beveridgs.

the late do4 #nsap a :oreau ot lai
lthh frose bhtwesn twaf at his ial

m'st successful And eloqueent o
aneys on the Florids bar, and between
the two the people of the Zighth, air
Oult are reaelving.a sfavhfol an ion-!
Wclentious service,.

How many igars are. smoked 'in th
United *tates in one year? Think a
bit before you 'answer anid aer you
have deaideided about what you think
would be the right number, double it
and then add some. There Were with*
drawn from the warehouses for on*
gumption last year a total oft. ,787,-
454,108 cigars, or an average of over
ninetyO cigars for every man, woman,
child and baby in the country. Thi
is an increase. over the preceding year'
of 679,437,181, Besides this there
were smoked in the country -8,264,883,-
330cigarettes, an increase over the pre-
ceding.year of 857,218,403 or about the
same percentage of increasease of -ci
While littleis being said at present.
regarding the candidacy for the. offiee
of adjutant-general, It might be well
to remark that it has been generally
conceded that the pre. ent nm nto
Ge neral J. 0. R. Foster, has the long
pole, and has got his eye on that per-
sinuon. General 1Foster has made an
excellent official, and there is little
doubt but that he will retain hlis posi
Lion :by.untanimoqus endorsement of the
voters of Florida on May 10.

Five pensioners are on the roll on
account of the revolution, 1,116 on aeo
count of the war of 1812, 4,734 on aso-
eount of the Indian ware, and 18,874 on
account of the Mexican war. The
great bulk of the roll is as follows:'
Civil war, invalids, 703,456; Spanish
war, invalids, 9,200; widows, 8,68P;
glar estaMi1islme 70

if you get discouraged in business
and you don't feel like you* are' doing
any good for yourself, don't surrender
to your moroso or morbid feelings, but
get out and do something for Nsome-
body else. If you cannot do anything
else get out and say a kind word' to
someone who needs it and you will find
you have done yourself a great ser-
vice. ________ *
The vegetarians at a fneeting in New
York, declared that appendicitis oc-
curred only among meat eaters. They
say it is a choice between appendicitis
and vegetarianism. Lovers of juicy
steaks will be bothered to know which
to accept, and the big number will
'take a chance with wrestling with the

Geologists have gotten to figuring
again and tell us that there must be
8,.000,000,000,000 yards of ooal beneath
the face of the earth and at available
depths--in round numbers over 7,000,.
000.000,000 tons. The, world's store, it
ls estimated, will not be exhausted in.-
side of 2,(XX0 years,.
Sa.y this to yourself often: "I shal
pass through this world but once. A. A
good ,hing, therefore, that 1 can do, tor
any kindness I can show' to ahy humMan
being, let me do it now. Let me inot
defer nor neglect it, for I shall mtu pa:j
this way again."

It s figured out by soe0e one that"
the average traveling man, preaher
or teachers talks 12,(K) word aa day,.


's{tt yearts, wlJl be rublaned I e aly
Mun 'oieastonallsr uaa inti i tues -w'seu
edisla' tor M' N AI)V ANCI' .Aaiou.reA.nut i
,makttln* eTsac Wr% t. 5 .;;.. 'a.".;*. :.:

I 'he'by a seyseif as

Speaoerol, n law.oleonel w
county, for whleh ttll
of8heriff andowillo appt at
port, and promise, if reoldi
5uie my doties unfettered W
promise to special f.oetli
deavor In'th efututre,ssas li u.
do my duty the best kno
lIng if elected of defe f
candidate for the' o0 e 4
pectfully, 'ti

I annotfnce myself a oandi(
Sheriff of Alashuis cOunty, 50
the DemocrattlCpriTiary. '
I shall discharge the duties- Oi
fice to the best of my ability,
licit the support ol Dethocrt
For ':Assesaor
'r.epechfuleey'anhnounp0e niy
candidate for r lie olce ot x
of Alachiua county, subh et ta4
ooratie primary, kHai beenf
ed to fill but the uilexplred t.i'
predecessor, I now skt
of Alacihua oontydfor thir'
thepolls. :I wilth do lninn xy
'maikeda faithful and efflolt l
and nto ake a -orP e obi
books each noaoedli
fully, WILL in
For Taxpcoillector1
I hereby announce myself
date for re-nomination oias I
torof Alachlae county, subf.
rpemocratlc primary. If I pt
nated an,d elected, I shall
charge the duties inetuibbet
office.e I respeotfull bslloit
port in the coming cam11
specj W. D. DI
Form '5-
I respectfully. no. n
candidate for the ofilcoe f
tendent of Public IPnstrNtiw
hua county, subjectto the
Domhocrati, and promise, if
use every honorable effort p's
the public school interests oif t
ty, GE0. M. LT

I hereby annnounce m self
date for the office of urei
of Public InstrutLion of Alt's-
ty, subject to the action of tht
cratic primary, and, respectfully
the support of all Domocratic
Respectfully, XTGLKl
I am a candidate for tthe
of Alachua Ouminty;sub jee qo t
of tlhe Dineocratic primary,
the support of Democratle 6t
electe, I, will favor raltrtt
and the payment of the school

-For County. oudp.
''I raby m atanoumince.tu"in l
da te bo rey the eOraft
Alachua county for- oa.fl ,
County Judge. Having dalil
luties fairly, hohineti l anl
! he past,J edga ::w Oj,
n e shaln be very gatftl toa[f
port of the Demousrtle 'ote
county. -- '.

- I anin' a candidate for 'o and beg te say that in teio4l
you faithftiNIly,m and a y to
again;, aiss riog yo.l4$a%$ *0
danc0 will nott bbfetIta44
your votes, pledgitng tt
true and faithful as in
truly, J.A 06
For "lsrk Circu
0 me Jncvnocrcslskof -
,As se tie 'tae :xeicut#i,'
,ays. -elete.d the "iOth 'y.of
ildjng our primary elmnti
nnuui-e myselt as a :i
5iliarn of A lai. ihnn ma


# .ip orJtiitettn, aiung at
,st!sarsead:by a light ap1.
8he t 'oef sminglytp*.
Ist oftlwatalp e....roadi hlifig
Z sBwtfilsfor somfe .011Ut15i c w,
O 1 411--l rOtlgefl tig t OfeMAY,
eft onse dst'aiirccot oi~ f my'
(ly there 0,ame a btliing
lighted uf ,the wi6ole lalki'
liy, peeniiipa(nlod by a rusir,
4,4 ri seeined -red,".thenu
al lik.e p o Wigt. We
^i'Jp a f thieWketer. I

l) ann i!viip I to i.iiit;reui.
J'~t ll In at niorthwestely 4^|iriec*:
3I 'h lowe r poinit ;eeniemid to usto,
l|trorNie teet $it i diamunxetor, to,).
M? :tYtlxpod ^trail ix.:liany~ t
T We wer irafisrfixedit4' h s. ur-
f ld wItaitolied t intently I til I f
,POotlysth'tck tlte lakeor t1'"A
,the sW11lxp olxiewhere i near the,
th of Tatohet creek.
Wqd 'of- st1 Johs0, P. Q., "41,
I'nter, Has Been Very Hard, :
|i (i|0fter from. I~r. *HI. "A.Wood' of1
imolso l,.Q.,,,Oantad, to The Smu,
Sottll iv linhIN
|t|t'i, i]wlfmlt ipropeirty iti Arredon-'
It'lts ilintearsttinglly of that .ooun-
^tai followss'" **: .'
roWlj hatvrlign a reli, old-fashioned
lntO. iroehonrly, If not. idite two
Ilfli, toil kptliiritirlt has varied
I..oix few dur~en above t.ero (i,') o
;,i6grees on January .llth, We
v.ehad ,foi worse T Jtiti3ry thalln this
i('.ierfins a grouit lhnck of wvator
iflthy. of the farms illn tih vicinity.
to tiowfai llitis beo.*!ll iibot three
It4Oi0the lo'lVti, nd with 11 tW lliw.,
ailt 4 iboUt that il (lt'opth. Tho
iids W.0ive.. hadI great. dIlmculty It
Slijg ti this Winter, its i' thoro Is
ie rtrue bt Ill'')eep!lll .lip. i-u tiln il
| ~e4^ old wathor, s wLh Ia'
O ^With the' w5 Hiowevor, "we
S to lk00),WA ri,a:.ild0'.o Ill.ythi
piitQT4 I kallttil : itg, ".,'t, fore.tixO

Oorin111, Missionary to Japan'.'
mfi|# ;,:O ,i di '^*

MiI TellpofJapanaese Meithods,

| 14 BofI tll, msvloniary to iJapan
utag e;~s1who i pexin ea
a^ho yhas ooii~en ed to speakh

boviill Isa 1, 1of theo ,.ot wide,
|i~i| lawitth the hi
"irk 111011ft Ou^t 1 0
SIjiitlr V, *^:lb~

l~oatioin M'Ani 0sho't $104,000O In HI
F. ton, t t'.l 12n. 0, l ce'HHlita
Inagaioi 1r of the Amenln sio urety coi
,aiiy, P1r4t h i igr, ',Was arreateii t
.day on' ',Iar e y'" ar" i e, thel'i tot'

oititd 'IlViV .bth ~mg'year
a;ordin^;,t<) ;hl~of 'nspectorWattst,;

tha'e. Al iehoadi :8ure`y i
uiow concern.*Itf i~i a .ldedtat Ha
h'U~s' a~proprltadtf? the siuu l(^l'nanhtred I.:
'cozlYerL~llg ''to Ji/ls ttl'.Wfltysl'e'ynlo:i
flitutints 4xifrlng th year. '"al.l lteaf
'lih arrest and wihenh',leettirscga
Sat h ffide hehad, isa"ppear,
Later, howlleverf ,otrned adl.not
lq l,110 ,tolicde 'that 1e0Was r ayto.

answer'rty.Hlii dhrng ::Cltt, li. hison, "tI
wail arro~t4d
Ham Is 48 years bceaeg, liis arpl-
r bas of'eL,"Patll 0 0lutrou thit
aM ltits vy t^~~~t
Altolnogt rothe. s .Antiioredins41
:wa^rraut' ww $104,000, 'th~e, rir

ty '~ ~ ~~~~~' eo-iaiYo ie 11o-k!Sae
smrnotyooimpt'ltll^'< An a'tteinetflt
this afternoon osajd Pigt~he net sht~i

':.m<+~+ ^ ri, il ':B stilie i
Ake vam l otoj000 ; and tcli;,at the. |
clinti of Lutle's Homel for Ca
aI ntsRntad oyf t14. Paul's.dharl
this 'ciy, 'pch of which Haa W'0
treoirur 'erwa s. aff ] tIoa swell:J;
't.ho. pf the luretyu.o. inpany. 1I
'Ih 'Pjiontt V sortageo1 t Wat~ltace .'*
['rHa.lw. wh.ol .i, ttrnesurero i66'ethi'
S tlol o \ o' e ,:o n .I (rCtfi'ilbsoenthV tree
O'f'r 81 L Paull's chtiro'thi''
ad 4aiat r Ale,'r i.. the'. AMrican Saiu
ty* y, of Y New orlt, abo
$,'ltnt Ga(e I' : t .1 e' wint. .ltsWtitl,':
anmutiulr' Oiii goahllo to t'nclb caunpi, 1
acciit in ily 'tdal.~d uintti fnal' ittdlt'

th CTii- :H A Fii!s. .;N TliWO, 'cl
SRtifiry ctilpnty of NTr wt York, In
.orlliwll i, ty Htoiot.Ion^b "o Its. .xiic

ctil of W silfcips at Itthcmua

.Vi' t' ',s .\l' ','b, li ( .id ,. 'Iatilllrcltt i.
the o l'iP'c iv t ciiT ni. of It's y s tir il18 I
th2 0 S.i 18rt ittlo: r( vt Of i t)i ')rtlo i U >:
cuJr NALF IN TWO ....
Rpffi;I'tiowl of Trpaty" Results i~n R

cSl; o f wa'asli ips at iBt ihmui.
liMnrw1 .yrU l~txt'Itoh P-^tsomtita.fl
tbo h b' o 1 A hinl.rolt' i.atyo otiil', .(ci dhw l
tile i tint' d latl:10 [ iii 6 Ati d t iff 11 I
-S 11 at etnrsh; 1111A3 0a60t 0110-111fIr
th;?'~ ~ ~ ho kwil~,f~~r'~ tltnillH, -sflym

niln:i fi, verBk l ',ini":( 'r cui ildreud. 1a (l titl
iitrial'ea, x sUltilor MluM'so Colp, .w
:leavi'. 'Vhlm ,;ilty .o i h' -"Dix o't f
( mtlxU mo,. 1, ; ,' hi', h.Wie ui that tli
il p p' ( < l' l (r to. n to ....i... In ,
J, /D ite "iC'tdomibta' *hite rnttal.,iiiU
,deiihuoiit hat
oe 1oii ithnllat ti'tileJi t i'tIdAnit Arot th
eaixtthe' lColon~i~ilma are; itoa
to ,ihL as ot,in as ie.wa arrives' th
tiltreaty iaa s:in riatlilet;.
itt.' Menferal lit"Ca gftgtai Q Is t( qote
a, 4ylng that' if t[. o. tyne*rbme'nk do
'et decareol< .war t.he troops: .on6 t
ibordner .will ItnVa4de Paiama anyhiow
1^ ". ', -r. ll~. il: ll. ll = ,. ; ... .. *

Akii' li,"I O.ft was t.' : red, ed 1hlz ii
|l AOtt -:0 tlu yLiet f0rmx^ t oWti
...ot., a 40sr, I' aIae c"wo
0'iKrl .Je

,9jbt1l9, arid t ,Is COU81S486TA ,I~
1W stfqf l 6o an6, t-g.i oon~ra^:,tt
u^lp' y t lo dh twexs protect,
rg n htraltiAt it:ll'y prteotnseiter'iat
t1,nal rights ist.a the. protest antedates
^ -t1e, otyel al tmnounceitient of 0 t: oi;:
cltitlon of the treaty. Thio (or4eigi of-
ficeoB C teders the0 announcement for
JJtirmatdory o:of the view th1t .the
it piolest to the powers was deafsigned to
resji re afallt her rights and iak Inter.
i atlo-nial",adceptance of ,the treaty, es-
Stabihlaits a protectorate as amnounc.
to yestor ay.' : .: .

Puts an Endto0 itAll,
SA grieous wail oftimes comes as H,
r esuit dof ilbearable pain from over
StIaxed organs. D.iWziless, backache,
S river roinmi'al t and eoilsippBtlon. But
wthoanks to0r. King' New Life Pills they
r at ,end to it alL They are .entle
.Ft .'horoughi. Try them,; Only 25.,
Sarainteed byall dtruggits.

-O l fl Pr pareo 1 ab '
*|i I 01-LO I

~ OutUse 1 61 $ l'*i" OiK si
10, D tA nythoYqWarL"

A IW Bllbor&NrvN Tolli.,.
,Ak Any Druggist
^,4 .
)- or I. le)C. b0.. o.ItI(It,

o..inlyatjtMie, I
aUsiedby ade- |
Ioveltd almost
gishUled by the
1i deOprtaetilt a

e.,l I iit owtio i
It6lriti xitsx lxI

S;:- ; ^ ,l 1 ^ .1 1' ^ '::;


!,O" I. tIl. l. t ., .B t lreel, .-1'*,

and selltinr timber andIts produq..' Pertm
ana owxin ll necessary eio tnsportas-
tio, and thts corporation shall havei Ilow.or
geriorall to do and perform have holU 'ao.
Sutire and enjoy, all other proPery ,owers ad4
things as'sh4U1 beinoldent, loee soary or ezpe?
diet for the cojnuoting the neOessry .Opera
tion of the 'business and Bgeneall. to be Veste
with and have all the power grained;;, or
whihisy be hereinafter gra.t ed Ito corN a-
tiol" fpr profit under the lws the0Stte (of
lorida. . "
The amount of thq capital stock of SatdceoitC
pany shali be One Hutidred Thousand Dollarsi.
divided Into one thousand shares; each of, the
par value of One Hutidred Doflrs, "sAid thou
hand shares of. one hundred dollars Ahallbe pauld
for us follows: Sixty per cent in pyoperta at a
lust valuation to be.ixed by ,the directors of
said (ooiiptny at a meeting clled for tt put'
pose, and forty per cent to 'remain in the
treasury to be disposed of in stioi1 manner as
the Directors maydesignate. ', '. ,
.- :: ARB IfOrJE ', '^ :' ** '' "* .
The term for which this corporatlou Is to ex.
ist Is ninety-nine years, ..
'*, 'Mnl .; AR *LS: %,,'* ..**. :'
The buslinew. of this oorpdration shall 'b con'
ducted b)y a President, .t Vioe-Preldent, a
Secretary, a To'essurer and a oard of. flbree
Directors, T-6e office of SeoretaryandTreass-
*urernmay be held by the o an, e peion,
Board of Director shall b6 .'elected hA the
stoelholdersaut 'the meetag.tobo'held Oh he
frst Mondia1y iJulyl B(Y, .1)04. an nrl il
.ter, Thelttardo.lreto hal at te'
offlcer's .or: ,the, con.ii y0 the;.'"Preie
Vlce-t'reHidert h iibe'leteintheioa
of Vfhlhevto-s:_U itlhel frst el6.lo'and u btil
'their successors hal ho nUtinlledtheolloVt
oletiers at'd direotors s.h conduct the 111151.
nosm of the oolnpauv: 0. V, Chasep-esdont,
W. H. Thogas; vleespdent'tnd i E. Vpyie,'
secretary and treasurer'. : .
;:1 .v .1*/ *.ARTICTAre" ^';;'' 6.: *,
Tlihe highesitlindebtedness orliability t6Whioh.
this corporation oiin at ieay. time ..abjeot ienelf
Is One Hundred Tliouisaind Dollars
.: ^ f ',' ',. -.... "[..C-'I
The namines ni residenoes oi the inco'pora-
tore of said corporation and the stbteribers for,
stock tlifeof, with the number pf shares sub-
sorlbed frur B y each, are as'follows ,
'C. W. CIhaIse, oainesville, Florida, 500sharm.s'
WV. i. 'T'homasGalnevlle' Florldi, 90 shares.
EI. Voyle, Gldnesville, Florida, 10 shares.
P'ersonat' thiw'wt dAetslra.ev' arNPab-
lie fqr th taState tan Flortda,"I1! W'.
Cha0e. W. RE as and 1. E Voyle, to me
well ikncwh, a li'wn to:be thile persohs who
subso ibed theforegioing Articlesof Inoorpora-
tion of the Sprinf Park Stock PltarmCompany,
and severally acknowledged that they subsorlb-
ed:the sume, for the purpose f-.InteforPtorating
tihezoh'es. their associates ind'suecesoirs In-
to it botdy .tIporate under tile.lawsof Florida.
Witness my hand and' Notorhii seal at
(;alnesville, Florldai, thW 13bth day o4' .FebruarY,
A. ) 1404. '' 1, D, TVlRNiK. .
. Notary public, State of Florida at Large,
SaUl'F C'ommission expires Dee. 0, 19A4.



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of Indigestion, ia .Gripp e,

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0ndColds th1 s wintrt.han
OAL OTH:1'^m
combinedL. ", : ,-::

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iwrite t''he ,, ufaturem.

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'asO Qoods at lowest 4116)
ohd404ofor us' returhe4 Uto

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and ButldiegB, sa
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Guaranteed 8 year old. By the
gallon $8,00. 4 full quorts ,.
v: +o:.. t4.,COLEMAN An
latan teed'6 r yeas old.1 iByth
gallon. R 2,75,.a. 4 fl quarts .'

tzii,$ttiO, uW..
ou rantoeed 46yearsaol rod Q11By Lth
gallon ~0. ~ Ili urt 21
'egal~lon $2 ,26 4 f tlluH#,,A
'EX SS ltoS

^upr(tnted, 8 yars old ^ y^tix
| $(0$4f l quarts 98*

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"in e.Sup. .

bilness in this olty.,
W. W. Townend of Bell was trading

John Rawls of ,awthoru wasi trad.
Ing in the o ilty yesterday,
Mrs. :J.,) Pete of Mtoanopy is
visiting frlitdi in Gainesville. "

Mrs. 0. MeWtTow n ~of Mkianopy wa
shoppg in,4 the ,ity y yesterday y.
J. A. Ward of lBe. was transatieag
^ bruins inp thbiscty yesterday, .
Mr. and rs. A. M. ook of Tal r-
4,deai"ef visit to friends in
,his.ty est .
l GMi^ lil, prominent ofhem1
~fM'It*losh, wRn tasaotinglbgsifness
a i gll ille; yesterdayy .
knows e inwakehethbeibes
for theb Monhey In F.irtn
~ tokes am 1 n,
S iheift fJ, W..... ati of Ldrodume
rl isitore,1the:'vlitors to tle y eri;
It .1. Chmberalun of Tacoma, o01
,of the i :estiifutiruokers andt' n l
eou li l ed e aizen: g( tii rUs oin
b Obsines. in this o ity yeterd
.8;l 3. Phlaroof tth.ew Yer, Baekei !
Hjlglh Spripgs, arid oio of :theo most u-.
i0t0e tiful busiftlnI'leni"eIn tlhe "Coun(tl',
Was aVlsvitor to Gatn eosville yesterday
RJ W Olaf rk, a progr0si0ive olten0 of
agie, was ino itilbsity yesterday. He
';at .& d .at The i o Hn tdfl0e oand'i had his
!.litIt donrblld on the ubseiprlptIon
-". lloyr l ies of ill, ono of there
s.oid rstisons of t ohe Wst End, after a
upile nf days 5aipnit tin this olty at-.
tending court, lihas returned o 'o li

Willinm Benson of' Holder, general
fient for theeUxtensve hosphate In
terests of Vluttet0ioh & 3o, who 6wn
ilnes at several potst, was trana st*-
ing business In this ailty yesterday.
Ou1 ironc-ocld labor contract Is iIn
great demandU among ll employers of
labor. J rico1 H1e. ob ohfr less than 5Bo
or $2 per 1(X), Soid cash with order.
SAddress The Sun, Usinuiville, Fla. tf,
Among the visitors to this oily yes.
terday wais Gu A. Morto of eve, who
rogistere'dat the0ihon r ov'(ii Mr.
rto. Is cis > of tlwe beitt known and
most popular residents of Ie, On"

liartin yZ. Thomtas of B1ell was aon
ii visitors .to this olky yesterdayi: ha
lineg comwe on busieo, connected Wlth,
thel Uitd States land. offilo. WhMlx
here Mr;. Thomias 6oa&l'd:T a heStiThe .
olttleanil left his inmit oil the aubsorip-!
tioni books.
: W. J. Mathews of ')ooe, who has
btin here for the' plst two'lday *
,ldoii4 ort. ri irctiedf< to his l. ae
i asterday. Mr., Mathewsl ws sum-
I isitdi on a spootal venr. lin the ua
of ,t00. .talt vioiltll ,PL owl'iow be
SIIg rield for mu.lirder.
eorgo Ke4er, ia .Nortlihern gtle'
Ati' who ownst valuable proper at
ftrose sni i pend s the wi. ters at that
bn3if resort, was in the city yes.
tersi br the ipurpse of p4in'lg ble
4:. eler It wel plafIe,
ith lortida aiui. we it not for his(
business Rtfira would snake his Slays

tuforMt.nate ieiat of whom. od-

3J. Th6s. Price of Wade, one of the
progressive itiens of that section,
. was la'itltOr to Gainesville yesterday.
f o,. ., Pqweil of High l prints, one
of .the leading merchant' s o.if 'that
toin, was avisitoir to this :ityyesteir-

Mr. nd4k Mr. .F. C. Relnhardt of
Wade ie among the visltor6s t thiso
city yfeterday, Mr. Reinhardt is one
the progresve merchants of the es
nd,' and' has' erjoyed' a frine trade
since lie opened bufness,.
After several days spent' in this lty
serving on the jury Oi. Martin re.
turned yesterday to his home ft Bell,
'r. artin l oneofutheceleverestyqng
ilen i the county, and makes many
friends wherever he goes.,

folks who paid The Sunca, istt yesterday
aiay. ltter eonred a homestead
enltry on he 'Buwaullee river. The
1413d iidiAl4,to be very fertile, and.will
Ilklely produce fline'crops

f. llm states that theii ol has
enjoyed a most profitable term stand
that great deal of efft wve work has
been accotinplised. .. He has many
friends anionigthe patrols and people
of thelachua section ..
Among uthe ;viailtors to thli oifty
yesterday was W. '.; Anderson oft
Wade, a member of: the firm of RIley
& Anderson, general merchantss. Mr.
Apderson ls on'.of tlhe. leverest
young business men in the county, anid
It is always 4 pleasure 'to meet: himh'
e madean agreeable call athe un

Amiiong tilhe "good fellows"' who' paid
Gainesville a vilit, yesterday was
George Taylor of Palmer, isupeintend-,
ent of the interests of the Gainesville
Peachh t rolhard Company. Mr. Taylor
has many friends here Who are always
glad to see him, and yesterday was no
exception, as ihe was kept busy greet-
Ing them all day.
H, J. .Ryal. has returned from the
Stokes place in the yocinlty of tilhe
I)evi's Millihopper, where he hag just
omplated. a handsome dwelling. for
Mrs G. Stokes, who recently. had
the is ortunto to lose her home by
lire.. The new dwelling contains six
rootms( aid l as modern as, a country
reidee qan "'beo made. .rMr. Rlyalsa ex-
'hiitd hlis full cotmpetency' in the on-'
strtin of this building, whih I
id to be one of, the imosit ubstantial
4 tht aeat8ona .
AfterA briet visit to this i'ty, Hop.
o t Thomas hais riurined to': his
home at Belll i Mr. homa.'reprepent'
id achus c ,unty as ai member of te
L at4ure, and administration
was fatbbleand il'init. He is no
the goel.enr'al nanae: of William
Tlzomse*iAQo, marninufaturens of nIii4vat

#nl the chtisoes are favorable for a big
tie coing season, Few
Sliti Alsoua'u county have more
W*ttm Wfoods than J. 0, II. Thomaf.
& L. 'rn'er of Nottleone of ttlh
Put mwas In the cQty yew.
070 Oooutimi 'h1Oitl

.mnret Weighsrng two hundred 'pounds

wiait ait4 fi tn h est speotmene ver
loms lit 1hS toonn Mr. Turner state.

1spfrict, .;was among .';the. prpmilnent
Vis is to thitoSty iyesiterdiayp. 'r':
After a brief but 'plesas tvlsit to
relatives in this city, Mrs. J. P. Searp-
l1tiee Mise Eula Shoford,' returned
*ther home in High Springs yester-

Munroe yVettable of Kanapaha, nem-
ber of the firm of@Venable & Jone6s,
manufacturers of lumber, and Vena-
ble,; Beese & Co., naval stores, was.' in
the city yesterday. ,...
Burrell Wiggins of Hague, one of'
'the leading citizens and farmers of
that section, was among the visitors to
this city yesterday. He made The
Sun an agreeable call.
A, BE Lorris, formerly yardmaster of
the Atlantic Coast Line n 'this eity, but
who i now holding a similar position
with the same system at High Springa,:
was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
J. I antenza, the clever young'. e-
manufai turer: of Waldo, wasf in
tme cityfor a few h u's yesterday,:
r.^iBtea.waSien route:'home ,4rom
6lih Springs, -whore h,'enjopyed" a
m eost sucOesful trade. .:'.,, :,
After a pleasant.visit to relatives in
this ity,'ies Eliza Dell returned to her
home at HagNe yesterday. Miss Dell
formerly resided here with her parents,
andtbd her numerous .friends are 'always
glad to welcome her aaaln,
SA. I. Randaii, a progressive colored
farmer of Wade, Was in the city yes-
terday and had his name enrolled
pon the subscription list of he Suhn.
1e reports the mariners busy in his see-
tioipreparjing for their crops.
We are pleased to announce a de-
cided improvement in the condition of
J. '. Graham. Dr. MoKinstry thinks
f the improvement continues for a
few days longer ir, Graham will be
out of danger from the present attack,.
Among the prominent visitors to
this city yesterday was Justice J, A. J.
Stricklaid of Hague. Judge Strick-
land is one of the beat and most sue-
cesaful farmers in his section, and oth.
era would do well to pattern from his
O0. A. Gassett of.Bell, who has been
in the city for the past week serving'
on the jury, having been excused by
the court, returned to his home yes-
teiday. Mr, Gasett is one of the
i'most popular young men ia his sec-
tion, and il enjoy's the friendship of a
large circle.
The friends of Mrs. George Wyman
of .asper (nee Miss Cornella, Worley bf
Hague) will probably be surprised at
the. information that a baby" son wasp
born to her Thursday., They will ex-
tend congratulation', however, and
ivih for the litle fellow a life of man-
fuluseta less. .. "
- imon the vlsitOr, to this city yets.
terday was Oaptalin B. VW. Fontaine bf
Mloanopy, who wis here on business.
The Captain's. numeroues friend will
be pleased at the information t at hie
has entirely. recovered from the in.
juries he Bueitned in being thrown
f irom a buggy in the. viclnit'y of New
berry a fewdaiy ago,.
After a couple f day. spent i this;
city J. A,. Ward, departed yeaerdsy
for his lhone at Bell. Mr. Ward en-
ducts a proit.ablemeheantlle' busin
at Horse Shoei on the ;Golf ioaSt,forty
miles north of Qedar 1ey. Th, '" ol
access to Horse Shoe is by bot fro
.et ar Key, anti Mr., Ward nei hili
yacht, the ~Owis ...tis'"ds. ii
SAfter a:. couple of days pleasaitKt
swpit in this ety as the guesac of Mr
..tRelinhardt's ter, Mrs. &,ndrews
Mr. andI Mrs, Fir O. ,Reihilardt r
toiaed t ll hm ll t
Wad*. Mr : talbrl dsi# 5. of the

iFt1t0a ho'm on the day. thel ifor'
matlon of his death wa reeive ,- :
Mr. oward owned in as Gn e of A Y
villoe oe of the prettiest and mo'~ d
mo1der homes in the city. 'The home purpose. of ip
was practically.rebuilt during the: past holding a primary,
suMner, being largely altered and t tr on ofu h
lArged, and Mr. Howard and hi tan as : ay come before-Aha
Ily expected to entertain a number of T to1h a Isex
friends during the winter months. He rl dpseat.fation as |
hadlabout.econcluded to make his home isugeste' by s$ eD
permanently here, and, his death -at o tee for t
this time Is to be doubly regretted. iay .im that it will b
To the bereaved family The Su on the farer, who
with other friends, extends sincere be a that time, busy
sympathy.'" 1 e. '
Deceased was a eon-in-law of Col. T p,. .a
Leitner of the Unilted States army. chairman 3. '. i
COULD NOT UNDERSTAND. committee, and he
himself ti this manner:
Queer interpretation of.: Colored Man "The oCounty DemMoat4
SWho Found Postoffice Closed. Committee will ,,
h purpose of cabinig a Dri
Sogood story 'isrelited athe t e- too h t4 o
pense of an aged colored wmoan ioresiintl J mrlttee villtfr'ebqe1i
in thd1 .lt os.:harae r.. .one of that odmmooittee will4 44
4the d. nd trusty types iof l u ii eesar for the d b
eiaysad .he" Udents 6f th ."vti : .tvii pI t y,'0
in wbicl he mat hei. humbled: hoe "Our comitte 0it e. i
u ise in in the ittt0ier.oterf do lg cores. ly t6thela'of reoltmhi
On ,Monday; lait, one of lTewho the tate co
e'h, had been ccustoned' tosertvinig, diB.d i ere O o ftf*ai
patchedd tli colored. mawn for the. mail%: thavteweroc'qteo by
tponi hisBretrn lietreh arked" .." tosrvth eir iiite
'"Misisba, iTeoild ot9git de mail,'-foi thatofthepolitical achi
d.o 6 s'oi6 le0 diin ldo ,'e,'" in te tte' tn
"0)ViJat i. the matte'," replied the uttee, 1 tinaor
lady, forgetting thit it was a national Nio to nominate all candid|
holiday flee; but they inst tl't
"Well," continued tlivdarkey "when mary shl not ee
I'went to de doh and seed de windah such entanuc len ents as wi i
close, I say to er man what was stand- hiese .any onsiderablie '
'Org'IM tnfur 1e pos'otffa e enorat0 el etors'
o ', control lh*,
1w1shingtti dnea defd;- 'I didh': yn
him nufn else, but I 'spose Mr. Wa hl- 'r all it i wl
ington am one ob de 'ployes in de pos'- I.'that te'tli
aoff "tak harge of the-priarie#!
The lady did not get her mail, but -and notperimijt ~iachline t
the sinrerity of the darkey so un- their o sn advantage,
pressed her that he got the price of his I think the
errand for his faithfulnes. a. itee will follow' thie rl
State committee to the l0t,1
THE. FIRST, SHIPMENt. 81 tth",
TH FIRST SHPMNT. predictthat the people will
Venable, Reese & Co. Shipped First tate .one mitee to.e scee:4
oet one, Whobwll striYve i61
Carload of Spirits Saturday. 1t onalie n d il
factionalisn 'and conduct fut
Venable, Reese & Co., the naval marlesso that every Dernooa
stores operators of Kanapaha, who can have an equal volce lin th
have just begun business, shipped Sat- of his party and the seletl
urday to' JaoksiohviUle not only the oandidate, regardessof Pui
f rat carload of spi rts from thei r farm, y' factional difereneesd ud-
'baxt probably the first carlbad from the btion any pthl
:new crop i 1 the Stat *. tial conspirators.
This flrm' was established early in "Alahua leIthe most De
the fall. They cut the'o first boxess county in loriad, and is t
November il, and hav'enjoyed re- damagogisma rpt
markable scoel's in "'running oh depended liupon ti Ind( for
charge o soon.. ,Their' farm -t pres- interest of all the
et conrsists of ten "crops," or 100,000. time."
boxes. They exli4t 1O increase from
time to time. .Honorable .
*..,; o W0.,*.-- '.- ...
'The fo)lowing rooms of tho.i
TRAGEDY AT HIGH SPRINGS. vileGrGadedeand' h' hi
servingof honorable mnr
Two Youthful FootbaillPlayers Become they have iot had
., lvelyd in 1R-ow-ne Stabbid. din' th pastl wek
' Itnormat*io hlas: reset4 thus ty to t4th grad,7thI KdI
the effect 'that on Friay,, while en. "* '.
'gaged i. a footb. gal ee the soms of -
prominent people, became engagffed in
an altercation, which result.ed in the i.
stabbiigof the Putch boy with a su.
gerotus knte,
Both participants are young lods,
being not -more than fourteen. Thea
tragedy 'iregirettert,, and It i to be
hoped that the younixg Ybac:h Iboy will '
sits4*otbb to hi, wound, which is

jilariag t ih pins





I'11:' ,NoW In Prison,
T ihtohiren who robbed the store o i mw 4 letstOf
-t0e 0,del Olothing l ompny, a rtan i0tUS Ith iftR t
ely h iourtiday h mring has been lutit 'tid Controls the
aipured. nd now the heavy steel hfit ot 0.ughs# .
barof 'thoe a.. u on jail are lt' er 1
t'.' utildeworld`, :andn thle egoodst 1C mo..i5t.1 e.
which ehe swiped from the estIfbliltr
nie' youth'^uleulnprit1 Archer Fui liard Cou hs,
etr, siteen years old, and he was cap-,
tured by the Jack6oM1nville police while o i
in th act of pawlinhg one of the suits otln reo~veryo O .ntlyia-ativ.
tken from ndel, Fuller was HAWTHONHAPPENN
S hed aact wweek a a d anerwit te H H APPEN
104*'lantation nhnw. oi'mofthecarni ml.' Th Wete I. Qood-Spark%' Cir s-
tval tatures. 'He went Saturday night Weher d-park i
,In to Mr. Endeis store, priced a few ar :. there Matter of Itterest.
S tiles of wearing apparel, and'I family. H awthorn, Feb, .-The; wether 8is
i".. ,lared himself ~ thel interior of perfet, and many torist are return.
those lace. It was Mon4ay.. mornilig Ing totheirhoeexpec g no doubt
S when he did'hls work',. to 11 as good wathor elsewhere,
A oon as the. dlscovry was made but they will be fouled. "
nel susploned tis boy a r. d Mrs A V returned
se t about in a clever way to, detect s ednelday from a ploiaant visit with
him, He went to Starke, w.tre the friends antd relatives iii Jrloksonville.,
Old lanttion "ph" had establlshd iss ry is on the sick lt.
themselves for ft week,. At tarke he Her may friend hope to soe her out
watold": that thl:' boy hado gone to -.
Jcksotvlile, 'Accordingly Mr.Endl Spark' hO washere last Friday
'tok the flt trAin oin -of take for ad the strallboysan girwere de
the lorda .nmetropolI :b ii ghe lt hed, of hoorie, 4 had to see the
meantime a poliOean had seen Ful- bow. rT'his require the resence of
Sn the aut of pawng the stit and pa t t takeare of he; so every
rstreted him on suploloi.; Upon Mr. body went whether they liked shows
nds arrival in Jasonville the boy or not. d ,
was i jail. M. Adolpus accompanied:by"her
Mr. Enael went to ho jail, had Ful. ephew,""ienzil Strange, returned to
l)r hand I ffed, and brought lhitt to her home in :Atlanta on Wednesday,.
Gain e Wededy night, Fuller after a.pleosant visit hiere with rela-
a i guilt, and gave alst of the otve.' '
odwhlah Ihe had taken, imost of '' Hinmmolid made a flying trip to
w hi have ben seCreod., aiieville the early part of the
This burglary wil mean about five week.
'YOR for iuller,. and after the youth. I Miss Georgia artist is at hone 'laf
fl c culprit serves his sentence ho. will' i.ra 'aueesful season's work in the
probably have'made iup :.hi mind to Monteoha schlooL,
lead a more honest i(ndl decent life. Mrs. E,. Sminth is visiting relatives
i A.... ... ......thony.
A HUSTLING PLACE. arner 'Smith i. coniftned ,to hlis
home by sickie~s, 11 friends wish
Ga Qnviivle PlaningK and Coffin Factory for him aispeedy recovery;
: i. Constantly Building,. .' ":--
S In order to thorouilhly appreciate Road Th, .
the magnitude of the min'drstry, it is Mart, Tenn., uno 5, 1M1.
Als .nece~sarytto ti.kotripttohnnenI1o )r. E, W Hall, St, Soul8, Mo,--My
S. plant rf the amn' vill te lannig ald ear Sir: I take ploasure i saying
ntofth (n!ariy e.stabl~led' lammiagatid l that Ihaivo oimml* your.(Great Discovery
C offmn Coupa.ny,' established witi elt having u red for
monti go in outi (aieVill. 'rs with kidney trouble tudl. most
i Thitl pluit oiie noof thit largest anld heartily reeootneir d it to all sufleretr
flilst of Its kind hII thIsseqtion of frotin kidtmey' diseases.
Fl orda, Every machine ti modern es'ectful,
aind of tho best quality, and the coi Member of the nplhi Amial
pany la turning ot some line work hii Co'iference, M. E Olmroi South..
ts litni They have already i lia sock '' I A Te'xas Wonder.
blo'i 0ut$000 o( rI w I materlal. o .ti Od nlmall bottle of the. Toxas Won'-.
Sfor various i purpoael, are now in course k Halls irsat aDiscovery, 'cmres IallI
of erection, and I4: sio ihu t e i ,and ibladd roub, re
-i.tlIp'looate ,it:.It Wlllkiomo ,;. : ^
nticipa t mattes. son weak*l and lame backs, ioeuma.
atthin and allfrreguilartl0es:of t kid.
S Mianeir lMl ofi thie otplllayii la i11 4y and )lWdderl bothh ean aid
I e.torgotio businesiti man, and deserves womet, relates bladder. troubles 4
the credit of the people.' c bildren"' 'not sold by your druggitt,
Wittbes .sent by mail oilt reoelpt o #$1.
Olie silmil Ibottle II.two im*Ointfha. tieatil
THEY WANT UNIFORMS. nnt. ad tlls to prfct a
S 'l l : .r. Erneet W:, Hall, le ninmi.
invite .Band lWIlI 8hho.rtly Give En- fairer, P. 0 box l42, S0, Lo4ui, Mo,
tertainient ti Raise Mone y, end forttonitls, :old. by all
The ailnelvtile )attd whll' is bel -. ,----.. -...
Stofta quite fiitt from na minusil k HANGOOD FOR OUiUBtL MVRDtER.
l S it M p t 1a, Lroib o Ite 4 (to alvh ai ter;
ttaltti m !th' near ',future for the Wilmington, N, C., Man P1 y 0 Penalty
p|urposeoft aling noy f .r' the 'u of Crime on tGit ow.
Jp! s. of OtIlms. .meTh band him.s at Winlmt!gton, N C.. Feb, 2L.-For the
prsutt$ btt notit a suil. doule muitrdor of .1ti5e Sulee amd
lit "ut. S b itnd int tley a bd thi bt glar of t lorhe
^ hia aenirtatiSentt will he R t' in h ,seC whimh vI sutequtcutly burnett
a i oate, ia4 iatsinimuet as the iti, idown upon their lholis evoidutly to
obeof otevilfpr ilate t1 prS. Ico'ncel tioe crime, .Jabhl Realate
o th h an i ledless to ad was hanged today at tWiteyie.,
s a t mesiinwil e a c plvte mles outh of Wilingtiin, 'the 4ro'
e t : p i t11gb Mii ti tot l 1 i lai in Rtto

me[ Jave plenty of time aiomh erfly
6 1"eseason, but ioist wa'ke upfdr tl
ollector,Dilckinson stated that,.the
rc'elpt0 .o far issued will compare fa-
vorably with last .year, but the ,fct
that the 'books will positively., olboae
April 1, will push him to write all re-
e!0pts, TThere are yet to be lasted
(iOtbt 8,500 tecelpto, Mnd with the
blenthatid trouble of some it is going
to cause a great deal of hustling for
tle next thirty days.
Suicide Prevented.
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide has been discov-
ered 'will interest many. A run down
system, to. despondency in variably
precede suicide and something has
been found that will prevent that con.
dition which make suicide likely. At
the flrst tho ght of' self destruction
take Electric Bitters, It being a great
toi o and nervifine will strengthen the
nrves and bauld ap the system. 'I4P's
also a great tomnaoh,. liver and kidney
regulator. Only 'o00, 1b atisfaction
guariateed by all druggists.
The numerous friends of Miss'Eula
Shutord in this city will probably learn
with surprise of her marriage to Jack
oanrliet, which. occurred at Hfigh
Spring# in the 18th inst.
M~s Sihuford resided in this city for
many years as a young girl. She is
yet youthful. She has many friends
hero who will remember her pleasatit-
Mr. Scarlet is an erstwhile conductor
owthe Atlantiie Coast Line, and is
quite popular among those who know
hinlm He has been for the past year at
Port Inglia, where he is employed in
the superintending of the loading of
Friends of the contracting parties
will extend .congratulations,
An Early Riser.
A strong, healthy, active. constitu.
tion depends largely on the condition
of the liver. The famous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Iarly
*lisers not only cleanse the system
but they streigihen the action of the
liver and rebuild the tissues support-.
ing that organ. Little. Early Risers
are oasy to aot, they never gripo and
yet they are absolutely certain to pro-
duce results that are satisfactory in
allcases. Sold by all druggists.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
Kidney trouble preys upon ,he mind, dis
4courages and lIesens anbitllon; beauty, vigOr
end ohherfulness .aooxn
disappearwhen the kid.
S f neys a r out of order
SKidney trouble has
S be 9m o coprevalent.
fthat it inunianommuiog
fo r aah01 't46e.'boru
affected with weal kid.
soys. If the ch
tws.4te dti fl~ ot wbhm theRch
S'J 4to'.it~ W isould be able to
i.-til; tv. da4tUltyjis koa acy trouble trid eth tsr
1 o1l4d be lowiard the trtminrst ff
It obie ta dtueto a 4ll* sed cetod~uimctt(h
anddy a ds blldWdir S n iot. to a he&i a
mWo~e a w.all'ai men are mada 'e
eritle with ktidny and bladder trouble,
ad boi 'ed the ame get remedy,
The uit an lth imm di eftm ,' ,,
SwampId oot ta son ritAel. It 4V sAl,

sitee. YeI mre hbve H

ahfth^~i~ ii

Pror"mmet -a voAt politics, is
i9t'i~lig a' )%ts* tene ,o the ti at:i


We pay freight or
following liquors:

express charged

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in. th Whiskk
full qurts................50
12 full.quarts....... .. ... .. .. .12V

BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:'
4 fulI quarts .. ...... .... '. .
1' ':2 ,fll quarts ,........ ....
1 lquart...... ..s,.. .
i 1fUllquarts,. .............. ,:: ,

12 full quarts,............ ..

4 full quarts
1 6 full quarts ..
12 full quarts ..

.'4 ' :

We handle everything in the'liquorline,
agents for, Milw ikee and un1gJ
Whiskies M:: 5.inr
d.flfRrt 1 e Oar m 1.00 to 2.50 pepega
ported ,,Wines of all descriptions.


4 full quarts fine old Rye, express prepaid, $3.2011'
4 full bottles Rich Hill, express prepaid, $4.20.

All goods in plain packages if 'desired. A, A
stock of barrel goods from 1.65r- to 5.00per
SFull line of Imported and Dmestioe

All Goods Delivered Ft



e -,4 il

Pub.Twice.WeekdMonday and Thursday

irO. 61' AINESIE, F...IA MON AY, FEBRUARY F9, 194.04

- -'7~ii

The ctnnonidltnt'l:te0d forty ,:in-
uite. and evber i. ,shells fell .at variloui
points in the fort ess,; One Chinaihan
wait poitly w*founded by a splinter,
hu4 (lMM by a shell. "
in yesterday's. affalr the ti-aneiuver
of the Japanese appeared to be defe'
tive While turning back to sea the
Japanese battleships got buuched and
our shlps, did not fall to take advan.
stage of this fact. They opened fire.,
and they could clearly see ahelhi burst-
Inl midst the trteendesia target. Thlls
alumay maneuver on the part of the
Japanese is considered as ofrording
weighty reason for the belleefthe en-
emy's losses were heavy,

r -St. teaburg,. FTOb, 29'.-Two thou. A Japanese torpedo boat lies on a
saiid -s Rusilan iuropean bank off Fort White Wolf. It ls ap*
| 5yste lpeisally fitted tfor the trans- parently one of those which partlol-
itiotl oftro' are blig snt to pated in the. uight attack with the
the Stb lirta e. M Alexandrovlsky freighters.
who isotae6charge other Red Cross I close,. hearing our cannolnadng,
field w iithe '' East, left for 'fut wltholutknowlng the occasion of
iI a front to'd : 1 it. ,
*Novioi.r.tnVy'iya, asys the Slavy pro- .
stra'iTloni, fItdiate the Bitter Attaolk on Unicle Sam,
6n4'.''t, the llv -:to come un- St. Petersburg, Fb. 27.-,2; 10 p,
ult atiBstandardi adding; -Te bourse GaAette today prits a
eir 191utata ,'would, titally be Washington dispatch saying the Untt:
S IRussa would be eas un- States has unditaken to lay
i1"ng on" thol quostionstof or- lubmaiine- able from the Philliplpn
*d, iUtocraoy, as the Slavs en. asland10 to Japan to preve-nt the latter'i
titkio :nal "Y&eront and iJ eolation In case the Rulilltabs 'ut tht
I4,do .no.t nl beolotig to the Ilhaighal cable, lhe aul jept of -a bit.
'...-. er, attack upon- thoe govveruinitontol
o aYeinya hoies pan-Clavist Waslngto.p "for this nler, evidence Bi
fil Gettle the near east qes- 'ItS breach of neutrality," claiming that
,eforalll favor of Russian the contention of the United Sta'tes
I .', t:, that the laylnig of the cable will bh
j, eArsene xKaitgeorgovitch, a undertaken for the tin irovenm(nt ot
Sof theltlng of Servia, has been tride arlations "does not clear Amerln
dacaptain-.a of trans-Balkani can's skirts," and Inquiring "what the
T- he oeolspate manner in Americans would say if (Germany had
6i Janantise are .returning to run a cable from Kiao Chou to Paort
P ati Port Arthir I: aflpte .o Arthur or Vladlvostock,"
iated, repnlsesa have convince '
fiiltta ie afthdri tha k, p( f Neutrality Laws.'
.... ..... .29.- It n nwas. a
S t o e create Russian 1Ai treat -t.e l thal
t 4ibue/abolute. freedom Int the Comnmerciala CAblp company had
niisbarkattonoof troops. For this addressed litquiries, to the govornmenl.
ison ,"l he Rutsian commander Is as to whetlihr pernilsalon could be soe
efutly guarding against exposilig huIs 'tcuredi to hitmnd on tihe Islaind opf Guar
l$, keeping then In the harbor un. a cable voitlc(ting. wtltli Japain. This
Sthe- guns of the tortiflcations, calle wotild coil eun't (iaiu with tihe
doubt' exists aWs' 1 to whether the .Pesnit ('oniiomretliil ('altbhl coinpltiny's
anese design to land nq(ariPort line to tlh( Ulited Sates. It was 'and tiv'estt the clay. The said that tie r(iit,'st wa blvaseid oll
oitteh aditmith tliey are insldrar- the >ilprthIioiarln Itlit tlih rxi.iing .iapi
mllys.itiiedI but the prevafing opin- anPse caltle's, litill of whhiti rnim tc
continues to be that the Japanes.e Sliangli l, iigi4hl hIo eit duliint g thli
not haZard a lantltng at this stago pi.Soaint hostilois alifl plann Ithis Ihi
te canipailgil. .It, l pointed out isolated from Ihe world. In coliMtldtr
Sowing' to the ation of the ing I he reoin sit thlo goverlinminnt wi
A othi only suitable landing lplacs sailed to have nreaatvi t et rontcluhislo
jiPort.-Arthur are wll within the l that a iis as'it wouil iut litoilve iU
Sof. the batteries and that if a broach of ninlraltiiy,. ti.l ljg tli ground
6rg .Isattempti, on the nlorthle'r that u calle IH I a nieu liitritiilnnt like
tT -peninslain thle lapalies nia mall ship.
i lortsill betunabt lo coni clos .......... -.
Sad that on account of tho St Petersblurg, Feb, 29. -A.'ccordliig
of' the t shpro the troops Sinking. of Russian Cruiseer.
to. march ilies thrtrougit to a telegram treclvedti hIere from the
water,0 exposed to a etcontinaiidttr of the litisianti reiteor As
re fire. koli,.,at Port Artlnhur, all rumlniorti to
a isheig'recolved ere con- garding their i stinkngh of hlii vwsl are
t. operations around Viadl- faloe,. The otitiaitciier a&sI thlat i'hi
Whende r under tiheI vIeroy'st As kold it, iitis I onntt in
g are forbidden ex _
I to their families No-'Need of a Loan.
WIlW g thl ppt..Prtva bof thurtt rg :it.b 29-.. h---e mlntNs
,r:'?lie i Wacti*ereeabotlut try ofr finanCe It Is, htai die
tViadivo0tck s'qieadrn 0ltl.i finally thi e.offors of vw, "rt
bitt it ihs prehitlnued to. gnrot Atl i Of dilltg. ohelii'gn i;
i' tlln t l t ".float a t:. u,is-lan : lat it, o, it e groi nd
,of tMling this dispa tch -bat thie Is cc n-io for I t
obtittarisle coe-rn
S Japanese lauding at Count Toltol'vet Books '
ay n ear Vl vl stocko c lk St .l ,t urgeu F; i ,c .I..e (' o nt '1, '+
Tot toli hi tso).tritT l)jd ii t;lhot .titsnd 0 ti
I Repor tf Naval Battle.... o his works the pifits from thi sBal<' -o
oir, YFeb. v29-The Port of whICh is, to be .ixperild,'t ftr t
srN ltent of :Ihe Rs tl sf the troololn ,tIii. pini i t t
f llows' the campala il t :lean i.tar. '
i tt i .g of P .b. 25, l' Japan' *0', /
01 conslmisa of ul. battle- NOT GUILTYOF SMUGGLING,
four light critsers, appeared
4m''ai ornalt Judget 8't Aii4e san rider .
"A cralers' Askold, 'n of codn,..atio.i.
e in i ,hl. outer .iarb r t ,iA ra 'r ,i1 .t iieor ., 2 Jo .. d
syipem, o attainintp a av'en hais sea i'it e thte rdst tsf con'
t ble' thelt about aito; 1 tf, iis'isthe gornis s fT : ,i ihe *'
t l.r Ian w blip bagp of iaptatn Wihlliam I- +i'rts'
k' i:(".i 6 (' f .the alt rIor c pt',. 1: A lst, t
isitB July, 'iwhn hi asrriv .dl al the lraielprta
7, Ahi 'Tonas from niMotts
otid emt The t reitr also co lntleriinaidedt ,
of the tora bc r, tto tie I .itedh, Ste :sri.
P 1jak as id n !" 11 :ppi atio0n tft s p ii
uhAt I it Laini+. attaI7a' who atat4 t. at they

W tst'#Oh*i'AY tbAt 91S 050 eVES CODI
''i^ ^ ry;^,1b' ktb- *,^^ W44 ''oomll^
--Xap^ala lttarts wl t Wl flfbon
t 'gj ~l) ^ ^ ^' f i'tt 1 f ht~
'Ii 1 pensity


:i, At Port Arthur.


*4 of War Loan at Pritentt
4Tilttol ilvea to War Fund.
Or0k ReprBsentative Leaves for

ii l l 'a s y ( o'T < .'iii i t u'( r !.tIrris'

of 'Mli .I' m '-i-i ., is i e, r s it mi :rt,,, III f ht e'e-ei aill' iI it t a;t,, .tt',
"rf. 7i, K'? l.l lL+!it.'l*t *tt5 i u'" ). I tl/ '
n'(': .< M r)io, l ni.t f r. f flth,"d r' Htii

Of .t O'i! #ttr* M wl .'ti i co (vM ,'i l
l'iini litiher t ary ir ttr t l eo.tus etspies

frtliireiio.l he,+ arid the fst-wiresi
.Js ie~. 1*,';,' ,tis 'u, ha s I .. : "' "riito

rat ts ,it' -ti-ll' total I S: lli

les Ii ,e thbir l,, t *e. sii'- ti da sto.t, et' j

tstle rtll" t+ ire^ e l ett f' A it ar t
At lio it, i t W)itst of he rault/
hO oseN": w s^^ y { .jf (O f
I i l wNim l *',^


Buffalo And Syraouse Calle
On For Assitatnon.


Fire Is Raging In Busnees 'Section
Dynamite Used to Check Advanc
of Flames--,carcoly Any Wind I
Blowing-Office Bulldings Qutted.
Rochestor, N. Y.; Fob,. 27, --A gr'ea
fire is ragliig l'e,.
Main atrolt ea't, in the hourt of tlh
business district, hI in llanw'i,
Ituffttalo and Syranie have been ai
pealed to for hulp. lDynaiiiiu now 1
being iii4 to chllock thie prcad
Lhe ,iarties.,
AiAong the ltuildhlngs alT atdy gu, l
ara graitu ltuiliding, a litih i otic
strctitre S, iy,lAd'liay, ll uOria
0," hbJillbitno & (Co, Ai.nd Witlly other
Slhi crnu0lisailotIr of .puli lle saftit
at 8 oi'clock eaitinatedti 110 proljabl
loss at- $55000iMy 0
'1, te chief ( l o tho e10r department
kat 8: 45 o'clock said lie h ilovrod tll
flre could b0 k'bolt Wlililn thep bloi
extending .'roiti' St. P10lil to Nort
I ttCetl0t, tiilthn4s 1th t w Iiitl Hiti ltd chlang
lanid wot t'ire to the niildingt on th
liorth aide of Mtlit stiet. in tlil
jit a large part of the resmidotntu
itloi. would. livre t.o go.
'fieo tir. is ri'elrte'd to haveo astrtot
lin the btiastniiit of thle toci.ster Dr
Qoodhs coimpatlly. A rfuse eonncteeto
with the electrical motor that ,run
Slthe ilev'tor 'bllw it out ind thhe nicx
ornenit the 11aleit wero rw4hlilnii i'
the elevator shift. Iri a fetw 1tiltI
th'reafter tl hie btuilliling wai wrapped
-it (taiit'me
Tlie great litr tilt startlfhd In i hi
heari 61'O tlihe' huiMnsH district of ltil
21y today is still ragigh lf lorieeIy. Thli
ivtlit i er I filill for lightilig a lire. ai
iher' is ScaIrc(ly no wild11 blowing.
fle d tihii ; breulit fVin a niodtertoly
high wind, the firilemin ay nothinA
(ouhld hi ve it 'rra ilnted ii i'l itiol!tloi i'
thle fillillnt tlr ;. As It I, ith l fito

l it i l i l lli l.aI Ir r ; lifr te ilt n'l
Ing ti 0 h1, u.liotild
'l1l.f li Iho w hi fl whiti old 11

t lii' 'p 1 I rieu' I t).i.ty ;i ltu ii a h lips oli -l
i'ti) tl i t vI l g 1 l l|.) ( D111
aiifeunI of thi I licki of proiper appa,
rattle s 111ls wtork lit as loll .ihsow.
At 7 o'4,l k Chief I tlinf nfid Co(in

So ltt)lisliah d tol itll'ftft'll in HYr yrtai
tor' wssI t siitt .At 8':A th(o e 0glnle lttff i ila) li 'ndnotl. )' arrilvrt, The

At it' aio5k tIi. 1i', Ot w aL (Aittr itI

lil'vi+wit'j.l b-ci. i n n ritadlil .
'lrti' tire stal..i no i' t '. llrt t inmorn
nit thit Veiny .w people Wfi'It mu I te

fi-g Ir isrw< a 'lound tiff blaziing builhl
iMtm ir, t' was t sed h h' w tOI
,lpreli' .l of t t" IlutiiIMl, anil wa tt..t olltw
ed by. (lm .tittt '-titit or falitig of waIll
I < .'n(it !tif' -.f P ;il 8' H f4tty wait
on ib.- as: en .i-tifttiy stfftr tthe' firoet
t' iOtt, h vlgli/ I'irn i'istt"4r (Ohlman ;nu

g f 'itv 10 o'ti tag 'ol.lttg ttg tO $ibtey" ,i,, i 0W1iiYmIight hal u t i iii A t re, Or r 'ii th lir pro.,ac
h" 'i ,t .. ,, t I -t "i r ,0yhit. ht,' evf0y( irtl i i' tti (It s
l ti a ni 1 .5 r t ii.,. "(l,. ttatto I I *e(n ei 'h anti' wl i w ith' ( # t I^

leand, htt.! amd l ed .Sp"oW6 4, .....
by tth oM. a11ithi a tfirowtingjCt iagt t cailm ibr'n.' t he rnis evatg o w q"w4 the
the wa il: tiiwi iklt emtit ( rand Arny t all and alt 44 prij t4!
-tedit+, l<' 'fht'itnelt It with' t ite I 1 "g a "ts
the ethff l s vatm fslt the floor 1t ring th Q lir $ A

re t qujiti h' Stid 4i4tbs. oItt the ( i ts i er
ri street olAr(,
('tshml t fim Celengrewa atlre' .i'f#4
bestiid t:'it s .a ia. of thepl filhta p

ia "ld nElber !.ev eii ra i i -
64 # s- ta(eb YL* Nearlf
s p a f l i 0 8 0 k a-r k

iliy oppoaslt 'the gimltIN building I' t'lU.
the hiltunibr of ct omrerce buildlilg,
tore lil.l heiyiht.e R Theer building oc'
c. ,opied ,> by t ,yow o s( ry &Iooda *' r .... m
* company, lust east of thi e granite build ,U
ing, 1s totally deatoyed,, and the wallS "
d have allen LoSs $800,000; Praotiical
Ass.itant Fire Chief Injured. No IXnsueranoe,
SAt 9.: hI lBIsistaut Plir Chief Jaynoei
4 whitsseverely injured by a fall. 1111. StAT' RECORDS BELIEVOeD8AVIC
teoad was eicut-opo.n, ...
1, The' frie Is reported to have s artil Fire Started By Lighted Gas Jet--i
itt the basement of the ochester Dlr Capitol May Be Built at Milwaukat
0' Ioods couipany it 4:;i0 o'clock. Thl
Sfirt aspretad to the Waolkover Shoe dioin but an Extra Session of, the Logisllal
pally. Just east of the lHitohetoer Dr ture Will Have To Be Called. -
Slodls otilpany, alit thli .nilding was Mitadisoi, lFeb l-The capitol build
entirely gpitod, d Th fire' l inidoi iw pritactlly destroyed by ithi
control in tfll stectiotn Theo fire hli today with i a t tlit'altd at 800,0Ii)
io spreiad tohe- roar of the granite buiht lto-r Schantlds t ittlitatiil ltit ?
ilt on lDivitilotitrot, Thie (.oCox tiltlh
Sii ice oin the bIildi tng t(hi'oiughoit hIA
'ing, whihLhi frolit it. Paul aWiwoetv o t
terui totalitlig $6100,1M bli, tthe util
IA the corner f Uelviion. sitre-at, hi el lesltilittre ittittd an itistorpno,
Sfireo, and ls doomed, T'bro havoe bl fbltnd ai tt the l tate's oins ei
v i plHosi>s inthh ( h thit-i f itid stld otvd th mato'A offllcrs
ever n t l o pillow the h tli iailico police to lapi ,
l 8yracuse Firemen Arrivel t li j. itst there lapsed $tG,000
S At 10: 071 this tIo1i'tlni the y ttlusl auld lit i)tiinh.or tho of (i)0,t),. Thierc
i fre ighters arrived, haviling )0eNi dot' t la hliti TnIura i ci l fud att hii priitil
y layod on. accetuiit of tlhe. .svtsn cold"' tu iabot, tf0t 0l)0 e which lhi delt.ayin tratffil on all th< aer!'alvtiiy ttiutleto-d at- $8n00f000,
raiiradettn this part of tit0 tlti; Tt, Th io f relivlvoa .thet butillig of
tt yracuatiis ironii l tnitlidetly roportwl l n 0callitol,: a isttil il stA loi olf th ,
5 to o0111f Little., lol-iiatiitiro attid tilt br tltuit r Atmewli
or "0 agi tR lo .ll. flit vor df"th0 re Va ,~
t Buffatlo 'Fle i-on rion. Sce ne. 1 f I lo Q t alll itti. frit i' oa tho rei
JI -'- orltrao- o ft1ti f!ctii th0. [f ttilta lovi ,: to
S depart umi i't iv l at t 1 oit lock tIt Th nlt li w l i .
4 At ouidt tir ;l.h flire wa ilttl >i tlniuies. w'hhirtit w ra ( i.eby
Slalo w uh li I1ittil'1tth iliit lh a in itill iy riihl, at 0 -a.t t
rc )y.;w 0)i11 M umt wo'i Whi u ,< litiiti'l t. tihe a. inato
S as tl0eiro v mitA ltl'd Iblowtin. Th it u bly i ers ld tho t ,
i lu'oinin tteed d ii3'itHll olrly (Ii ti lt t ih y if, ttd tItthu d -
y tnm oi li |l Itl iit of t iho t xf t i l' lv t"l0t IiV'- i t t he i 1 t ti l tx to i tlait t, thl

I l to c e ,ite r I ,)r y i t d itel I. .-f[ i 0 l t ? h i o
Tihe Kirloy iit ti lil oh ei y glp hi th < 1 QtV, 1 00ttl tl t

S the tahfdhi, & Sh trbi iirti c(niritiiy Al< I.itlti' dlniri of llla tirlm flls h and gatte
d fell Jiili tth sirote widti a ilurll rup i lr 'rtlon si'ttle bitrtil t" lihirni'a ey, stt t'arryTi" l'\with It it iiiMtlti iif ithfiiti.ihi l el ( t 0h i t .litlfy iti fltiold eontits (tlt1 -
tlh lbi'm, Ilrktk aiid I)intla ter T- hri' y l" I tlf i ro U14i w1p!t i d icouliiilSHoner 0
Swire t hrokO fli hoti'tt lr i lied t ir hIbor, itild wer i' alihot ato tottack tha
Srow r')0H fro i ii y, de-iutt,-iitts of'tihei got rl r, i'l a ret yr
h Th fir- or ui w iir d by lawgo of sltlt, ,lll t;o a t't orof control -Ian(i
ldottHtlti ,oif lntit 'mtiit th tIlati'nrlr 'i' (ii, m lmttlon etu. Th' e ieL
Sril ir ll t riitm t l t i, t tilti lireftiit "
I Fire Rolging in Pennsylvanla Townr. oif wgti.i'r plylyinfti' tlhohi0ms wllth
eI r diit Pi.. i,l" 27 A tirittro IiI ul l tl t ff 1t iitl nd tli allwIitiki e
flt'e t u' rlitfn!, t ill Nilidmc;tlo la tliwt iittlrlli llit w i t l its IN way li3 ) M dloio
of i n t ttill. fl il i it h iit.illh l itmn ill' it 1 i 'tito'id r nilhitim eltt0
illrt Irin.iin }l ,- '|'JhK t.h. esi $1n1. ii At o'cli i',, tj n thiml 'H wortf b r lll '
ls'v t.ri ot'hi' liillldli.iB h. ivi ; K ., l i t 1u 'ri.oini hlh< itli'rnlmif wlKinlb ws iof thei o i l1 I.llit'.8s f til M pr d nt m l ilia I ill wllinl :tiit O*i rt itinll
aIid iHi' Hci'iiho i (lrt drl tinr jtiit .iti( w t w, lio l l hl t .ilo g..y I td tliilo i,00 0ll
lein f'or nl0'v fdlii h iv T elh< q lIiltli"K w'lll to a
-tot1 I. let s .i -
Lost Life in a Fire. 'i'i1' dteprtt, i tti to lint were
(roonvold, Nit f 1'0) (r,0,wo t27l, thl" Marylty of kato 41t1
olertit itI.IAI, 'gtit. If't 2 (It it ti. i' ta t toe tyitt, titatt re uta
o pLr 1 ,, 1 m (h o lr i tfl o o r. h 1 0ith t'h (o r wil .
Jo e l t.h tii ,, h*T h il a bit f nl i i i lr') Y i i ill a t lt t tii i r 'its 1 o C l t ma i a i oite1
l* bit i iC: 111h, i'n wa : oilt by t ,r hltw lib'itlary Und u' titt lliri a
a gi K .- plotwl I i, loa $11 0,,). ui t on th (i d flo
NEARLY CHOKED TO DEATH. ;: i5r'aicvUlly Iti lth bibkestttr L'e'
e 'i 't t .a 'o a i t oi l ;"
Womaiin Hosl Narrow esta-cpe in Hotel .oltt (itf hi'..tiititrI iL masou. y a1i'l ;
Corridor toll rtiit l ,th r tii n'dtl thtI-
Chiteago, l.,1- 27"-' A falt 'loln"ably 'nfo .ft. ..p..i .t .( n Ie extent of '.
dlreossm l y. tlitg w tao n ii t 'Illli i ttutrf ehurat(ter of t the v iltti I ;
hasct :b n h chokel ith l ii h l iieHa it i tti (, t ai'e r'y h, d monly ibottiit $8tI)"
blltiy In ca. ittb l f i the4 Aitetit ttll ito im season mi t '
hotel ty a man who tried to rob hi. Thoutorhfitt of thi ftire i now tbo'it~
Sof her purj i ,, .11 i (a l it it i o -en foit t i to, hltt.b .it .l ighte ,gaL Jt ,h a
th. xtppe 1trit0 rof iihoW iW J ddiit fit ti,, t ool i t eu. l(;ti flttt of. ih 'L
.I ( te iplt t t hirt t.or,i wC' r : a n- t i 4 ni i a "ir -
nit t ih t

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Ioisttug lan this lectieo to
t ,tha.t th- Gaineaville
which trav ersea o
o#tJfertil trucking regions int
,has decided to inaugurate
'thservice on Mondayi and
o prder to handle the buol.

Senijoyed a fairly good tea-
the4 Superintendent. Bar'
., The 'busInea is In-
iday, ,ud for this reason
e i to inaugurate thits
PI$r .-'an4ttea' of aceom-

B ]AP:* at a:er : states that
esvlll''a.d ,GU6lf J haa: been
iangifrg mi 't SO to 1,000 packages
.daIy for tbep it few days, and that
the; prospetq are good for a heavy
ahtcyrase wii ~the pext, week, The
,,Dat f- rqigh lettuceee,
htere is considerable caunl i
P I0 e n e.bage.
atr le .Aevoting a great

4 o 1rd iin r t InAlaIthue
I lp heavier than ever'
fst t tite in' its lils
eillp e and Gulf pulled
otfe eatllflower from the I
eatio'tn a few days ago.,
bthrlaln of Tacoma ihas
J ho t externuive areage
r i: tihe county.
Y a othe', presents week
tpedIa a olidear ot lettuce
'ltt nand l00 paclaget s by
4 si stated 'that Molnatosh
& 4 told' car the sameday.'
:Of the returns, tCaptain

rop of cab-
I ltehl td, Florida cabbage Isy
4,ihn'ihout opr ltable crops Just
ht4 "grower whof has a field.
go has got a good'thing.
VEttel & $oA'Exprss Their
ws i aaarConvincing Manner.
r ; Ag those most vitally
iwebegspacepfor a few re-
anentt 0the G.aies'Villei hotel'
SWithout doubt the advo-
6 th erection of a nilew hote.
yi~lle ;have the lis, whlt are ofl
hoet5 aud no dou bt furthlu ,
% M o 6f'then i to gaIt the desired
(d'be4ilhing *o 'tnaKe linan-
eI, CThetai otaliowevor,
ccouiplish what .tIhey
Si i oined they willl
beet' ftvore4 b the
a ptjtiatl 'hotel
She great a-tractio,+ of the
tg el itig lsit has ailesaind
e rd 'oads, ttt.d largely
al tourism t. ravel .to
z th. KOtala ,Houm'c,
weylor, the tourist sea-,
St duratiotf', the eala
...sI xpehos adiias.
a #ftrimeandous ad-ri-

Sby tbie excellea't. and
t ,ae he eaijoys, ThIs Is
1 of a tourist hotel ven-
664 tpoust nt and commner-
erp:tise, tust taoatnasi4rd
I .ity had Iwo hotsl*

*, opened, h so
tapuls of manager
-. tH)lthh.ut, aug.urleg

I i t.ppottpeft ,wo

i,#%a wide.

p'otitash d the orhiird ,shttu t b lre.
aten qshd by comrih
So l) cnlhure i a s ent$ic problem, ,Our book ,
virf'lu dtgailo willn he mailed &0 to ais'
allt hr who writes for t hem. o
iNg ViWdrl' "dr,"lbegau8to be, felt an.

Iaku the, trouble, to verify or cotnpra-
dioththyeolowigtatemiotu by look.

fair and growing business up to Igt
fall, when the effects Of tile townl hav
ing voted "`dry," begail felt, anid
our business began Lto fall off compared

ible conference brought an inftiux of
people, we never enjoyed the greatest
pleasure of an hotel man-a full house
.tti Vhad frQoi three to twenty rooms
;qlday after day during the en-
^ie prapoied new hotel advooates,
lm -a vastly increased ,nunmbvr iof
tlketl r b will attend the Blbl6 6 con1fetr
edc' next wllte'r;, I they feel sure
Ibr assertion will come tIrue,- and'

ture of whichnt either will bl able tto
ule he opeise ad conseqtuertly -Uill-
abtle o gt e intisfaction, let them
uac~ee ea certain numanber of guests
atp lni rates fbr 'at least six weeks
ands f consideringg ourselves .semi-
pubU' oervartm, will see that proper
accommolttth,,iis. will be ready in titoe.

Chinese Hdve Arrived in the y and
are Prospectiln gfor Business,
Itlias been sotni tine slnce. Gaines.
villoe claiined the distinction of support
ing.aChinese laundry, where the Son
of the Ori.nt tikes the .water in his epas t wonderful spray
whieh io said to give a .iluish,
'Thi people have not fte lt tLht mtd 'of
stih an111 instittatIon, however, as
tgnuaitcsvill e ha two of thn. oest lulatl-
dries in the oplratill by hie (Ca u-
caiatin race libut there lhaa' arrived in
the eity a trio of Ch.liii tn'a wholnz it. ik
said have ieenl eatinging about" for ai
location to start a laundiry.
:The C Ohlt.e tuntilry probleinm clostil
Its history in Oatesvilhle aboin four
years tsgo, when a ( 5hitin triod ,o
comin il .uicide. by ha aging g hinsel f,
because hiis eis tabliiihanitelt 'ws ltarned
out ant th toitji of the ohld Presby teranl
church fire. He did' .not mieerid,
however, as bystanders pre vented hin.
calaminty This wir the last ,record of,
^hle ppewrKc of a Chitarn in Cines-
ville aOdnI tallO that fellow made his
departure to.i fort hal beoet made to
Ilid de one to0 eoMie h rai.
thorU ti te laundry be started, how.
ever, there are:,At umber who might,
favor the C ohithOtan with patro'at e ona o
aeoouuitt of the extra a glot" he' goair-
anteei the futhtidiou i.
A Cure, for Eczea.'*,
"My ba1by had ceremna so bad that its
head was a triod fmaf ian ofab,"and its
hair alt camie out, I tried pnIy recie-
4des but none w.imed toi do any perd '
onifattit i Udld '.uI : 1id: D"beWitt'is
Witehn hasetl l blva. Th'ie e Cc ta Is
eafretd, the ub tre rone and the little
e prsno'lp of aperfeatly clean and
healthy and ifs hair fI lgowthg beaU.
Ufplly ailtin. f fthasot lien top iO ueb
rtaie to DleW Vltt' With" ,el
Ivs;" .pler, Bluff .Oity,
tld the.l aufWndt, rtelte. 'dhoWitte.,

v:h: a re; a nuh' mLi ber'i< l'' aho i< glh.] 't /1+
favor the Chttori man with patr* aQ n '

Bur ttie ertrf jare' ld',nt Of trhe ..l a

Psa~tifle itrad, atId LMrs, lart w
# '#te' by 'the Ja at N t
*he &OAr e oftn b th.e(,
re and4 ahtskh nred0a
,ahd n sh-w~i' tfl|||O1::dt

Thp, K:napahitCaa', df uiinnsylvai ia
Wals Pisbanded We*)I Ago.
The camping g part who have been
e 1jo$Ig their aunu. l t otit g onKa4
aapatual^ka for th1i pt six 9ea4ks th1
dialbttted, ari they imas lr of the
p arty are-1'0, oioJur'saing for a few
days in thtislcty, p.sior to departiptg
eor their ortherin homes.
'Tha A pa rth Ip os (2,osie.H. of people
fromnui UtiaontoiwI, Pat and it may he'
truthfolly R'a rt th at ltolyer atggrth*
tiaepoijueve ltruc.k F lridedlrlt o ywhlr
else. They hrve bveit acOjustouned to

nkaatpaha lake for the pat iitne years,
and every year they beoomte tmoryc4 1-
vticed, that this spot is the properlyl

Among the party W 0-I1. i Beall, at
'inlluential citizen of Unifontown, ntid
Judge eoppet of the 8ame adty liot
are promiaenat and independent, and
upeand a great deal of their tiiape hi
outings-siminlar to this, The families
of Mr. Ieall and Judge Reppert have
been at the Brown Honuse driving thew
period of this citunp, and have made
.manly friends here.
Mr. Beall and wife expect to make
their departure todiy for Jacksonville
and points on thi East 'obatt after
whicli they will return to' their Utonn-
town homi. Judge and Mrs, .Rapport
and their interesting dauightl'r, MisW
Elizabeth, expect to leave Tuesday.
They will more than likely ret utrn di.
reot home, after a short ,toj'urnt in
'rhe people of G aintisvillo are al-
ways glad to welcome this joplly party
"and hope to' ae then agahla "on tiltte"
next year.
A correspondent Thus Describes His
Experience .
"I can strongly recomnuend I lorbine
as a .niediclne of remarkable .lllcacy
for indlgestion, loss of appetite,, sour
taste in the mouth, patlpliation,l htad-
adhe, drowsine8s after meals with die.
tressing nmeital deprossions and ,.Jow
spirits. Herbine must bao a unmiitue
preparation for such cities is aniuae, for
a few doses entirely .removed iy cou.-
plaint. I wonder at people going on
S*ulT,-ring or spemaditig their money on
Ayrthle{ms thitags, whean lirbhi'te is
procurable, and so cheapp" fiM a but-
tle at Johnsons Bros,'
Col, John E. Lhmbelth Says He Reads
The Sun and,Appreciates It,
'The Stin is in oif a letter frto
Col, ilht Litmbatht, for. minuy yoanri
't r sideit at o t iinevillh', 'e sluathin
sul.icript)lionr foIt t(he pialmr.
C( l. i ,th writer this I t tir frtrot
D)urihati, N. C bat hi l'tva'llifiuartersri
iare itl Atlanti, whore hoe ia htiloJdiog their.
special iagi'ni'y of the Al liitiit. r-
minig]iami hire t'li)himatiCe om ('iiopantay.
HeII s: ,ny
\'e readil with IuilI ch pl aetnre TIh,
Sk ,. whieih ivi's.eit'i, thief Aiaws .onceri,-
iag rtlr old frletdos whom w.t <"tetal so
"We nre lltavinit hlt of 'olal ina tlhi
sectiIn, anad lI tlid ntlysel f. o lO gIrjg
soouatl ii 'w for oti r .gential Fh Iloi(dl "
Relief in Orne Minute,
On, Mian toie Cough Curo gi ti' r'il',t
In 'one aindouta, because It kills thte ml.l-
orobe which tickle athe mtucous teanio
btanoe,. causi(g the onmagh,, and at the
tam"t:ime clears thel phlegmn, dra'w."
out the Inllarnmation :and hcol it add
siootheii the alaieted 'parts,. 'Ote Mitl.
ute Gouhb Uthre strringtheani( tiht tInIIa,
ward Olf ianeumtnti and is a hiaritless
ldp net'er-faihlng cure I all ertrable
sIes of 0outghlt, coldala a+ lrotup., One
Minute Couoh Cure is pleasant ta tke
harmhlMss a nd good alike for yoig ant
oltd. iold by tl druiggist ,.y :g
Death of Young Child.
$rieide of Mr. afd r. e .r Ilaird
re etxut ,lnding sy,,ai'ijy hn tie' death
of their young H<, .r m meat, wlIeh OCe-
oturred at the home of hjis psrcls r '-
"dy 9 aernhg t 8aiid'o'eloek. I.'eased
wais two years maid orte m#ttthotI. l'l e
j~putieeatdil, wh'icth -w"t.fol

emningile, a4d death resulted little
l itey.r, .. .
Thblfltmeal will be held frot n the
hourne lts 1aMlt (Mitae'slikst it ,'elkike
this ltet s'i.n sstd all friends if theft
sahily at# inith to be presentV
.mThe spal i hy l thle #twmty I"
fea+sed.4 to e devoted p am as this

Ars Ye .aith"" At ,


;0. realotaiA

4' c,' rn we!nf ic .ottivery Mesnevviaqiuccrt 'pu ouw t ain an
thse eq(cxIfsO some u'rioqua:tlordtr. Tetaki q t 5ti medija
Wtteriry or polthsh, w0 sothtimes so u, ite 4tt 'tt blood
:plf: the genenl aystwi ,ha+t the meres ttcor ttt tar at
eatiuk g tieso 4t'.Othe umAst ofeit.sive chatcter.
QOte*nottilltheritedit hftlttreaksoutttinfighti'fiithigoresiupon the irmt*
Or fiacein old geQ or midle life. 'Vlwnever a',-re .auses to beth teblo4o
is always a fault, and, i i ldle, nuttseptic washes, salves, apas stand powdors
can do tiich to k-eup 'down the Iit("nuation d cleanse the sore, witi l
nevet heal pormautintly till the blood'i. iel lainas bec ptl'.fied ard thadeadl
genrnaand'poisaon destroyed, aund with S. 8 thin cai be acconpliahed-the
polluted blood isj t ri cd nid itvigo-ted, n4 wbe
ichli itmrcblood i4 ai atvit r'uliititngfig rely t1trougtot
the biody the flenis roimttdt the old.stoe begi ,s 'r
*C 'IJ IJJr on a "naturnil color, thc disrlMarge of matter ,mgI ;""^
Sand the pltce heals 'ver. '
S. S. is both a blood purifler and tonic that piutsi your blood ln ordt
ud at the same time tomnesi tp th sv stenim an builds i uP thUn general health,
If you have a chrtouic sore write tus. No' charge {o muedica advice,

Established 880

The Ala0chna Co1n0 nty A'bstract Cou1)pa[

(jOur business ja triftly 'eotullued lto the varilos dotalla incident to the o'
erthip of lanid, andi i hatve io private or personal "axe to g l~'ad"j' it iloentcel
with that builne's, We: inike at speinalty of the preparation of tabstrats i
tniko oxha l t ii Ve it tiatl ono. to titles, W.e rprriimt property-owers Int
alIi mtotr. pertatiail to the .t\se~s~~an d anad payment n of tae .antd tihe
(lemp ioni o.ti attatond Ihg tal X saims { 'heaii yot lo pr vice in our Ilioc eaIll:'on or write sa. Notlry iflihto lin ofloe
','' 'B, R. COLSON, Man r. di



SIIxZot r ,' 2 ia .'l.t aD ,'tl
Abstract's. 'fit T Ia il fa l i .fi'rni''in ai ft) h d riagardiiag l a)n dIs in this
coittly, tlar iillyu ot' il.h.a- ilt' in tlis, t' ti' hl, thirty yttre 'aittidl
a" a th, if t i> i hlu I"''i it!rt!unt .w ill Itl t ila o. .'

Ill, tAUCIII'NT, Ili LAi Y A 1 I) IN tIlM IN IT I uN I lU AN O.' l
a, Il q i aiin il'rr 1 tol 'iii A tiei a ,\ i tid I l 'aitlsi, ita iiip>niats,
I: +,A" ST. .,I ,OCiy l I iiOANS .
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S8. MERCHANT & 00 .
11,.1,. ,' ; '** ": :. R i+'tiilsrs atd Johltas i-r 'a Lt':aq :'' I : I
Staple and Fancy Grocrio,

irin, Barden SRed and Felrftltzis.
90)171 $ SQUARI, a ( OA I',ffL LE, ff$A IL
Hllight mi!keot. pria t a iad r l C'ihlekeatt.Egg~ad other .' r 04t 4
A O( e tAt fU.'y, Ca: r .(a, k.' b o t $ 4

JOB.PRI T PRIIEN. nd a o lw,

Neatl.. Promv*tly-,i


IpSIK ,L:;ay::
,0, X wnor Pa Eo' V. h.. .'
Douglass, Jo Chnt,1 3 JU,.0 H'

0dgetIp en of`Charge of t he t only 4,ps ,a before the
ii b 1ou: tuSyturdaryw4tiho h ooop"ottf
thil Yar! v lms, 1It was the ease of
OIST INTERESTING CASE the Stabe va. Abs ak4 reter Rtledge,
Ilatpotly of a 4Qeesio anmt. The
st She l tityn oPho ie ^ prisoneC. wre arourttigrned 404 pleaded
tpled Sit ."Days of the Court Two ,t0 oilty, orri wa,

A od ofh onu L wi o n ngent o 6LI,... es hea a rthe
~ats a% HiO on Outor ritco. o of ase.. jury, brought -in A verdiAt of guilty,
.ttornea ,aillr and aeia gave notive
A'or.'.thew te ofF.lorida gut that heywouldH argue motions for an
S.. L 'ewis, TamgId with the mnur' new trial in behalf of the prisoners,
of one $ao i odge at one of the. who IIwere thle clients ,
040oif the Dutton Phosphate Corn- Court adjourned at nion until 9t
la ithe West End tb Jtul 2, i 900, o'codek Monday morning.
tan etd, ad a juryof twelve _____
eri.ati iawens',.sworn to render a BEN$ON & SON BUSY..
le) i ootording to the evide e, ha
that Slmi .A LewIs is not guilty. They Hafve Received Ordorts for Many
his ia the ease iumned up in anut. Wogons During Past Few Days.

was ably defended by Hon. Robt. W. a reputation for work of superior char-.
IDavi, Evans .Paile and i A. Thrasher, aeter, has received mtapy .orders for
an41later in atiteeome trial,ocoupying wagons within the past tiihty days.
pi daye, the jury Goidd not agree, Three orders were reoeiyed last week,
ele|'e otmhe being fon a verdeit of and inasmuch as the firte builds all ve-
guiy and ofie, logtity, hece a* holes to order, the rushiat his time i
Ilil waieorderedi '' *"' no more than-nitural.
he def edant, on account of, hi ll "There isonly onie reason I hate to
aib, wa reteaped tinder bond for patronie tBenson," remarked a gontle-
l ant ,o from term o main.Ffrom th.- ohsou-tery: teriday,' justl
Swh'in the uOrt ,onveled after he.ihad, placed' a"tl ,order "for a
ani i atn hiis attorneys, Evans .Hale wagon, "andlthat is,.hlis' blamoted' old
ayI t h A. hrEser, were eady, for w egoes.niever wear out.- I am one of
alev th't defendant stated he those fellows who like .seonthing Lmow
teld to bring tfhe case ;to tial 'f poe' every concern a while, but if a fellow
r',I am ias oce eat of the chargee pins his faith to Benison i had just asr
irdef he said, "and I will never woll make op hie mind tocontent-him-
at~iie i unp I-prove ,to th.e world self with a iow vehicle very seldoma,
e la jury of my fllow,'ooitryn O ren, CARD OF THANKS. ,
Safter they hear the' evi'diiene ;into --, .... ..
cape 'am willing to leave my 'fate Defendant In Murder Case is Grateful
their and't's." ; to the dury and Other Friends.
m 0 so the case was brought aboit. Editor Suii: T desire to expirese to
ldefendant was on hand pro.v ptly the-jury, which hold thu iiitlanie of nmy
.e hour his presence was. required, life in thie palms of their hands in -the
on Wednesday thoe ourt-begai the case which they have jost decided, my
tI!0n:0of a jury. The "regmitar vei sinltore grtt Heude uteir N.i t." I
^ !"twelve a Jld yieiaiiire yf *a^^lii llt *er *i\ 'MC.
Blll il .... .. ...... m iI- Hodge, and whilelP8^i~tiohicc,: wa,
.ieet for selection of a jury, and clearr it so far as the actual charge
isimeft b ee necegaury to issue. anotiec r was concernedd, my- fate was left int
-speial venire ofthirty. The jury was the hlianls iof those twelve fellow-
flnall' secured and the court began coutntrynmn, I do niot doubt, neither
takin testlmony at. .'*15 Thursday will the public doubt, biti that they
morfiig. T case, including the tak- were governied in r&iidtriTg their- ver-
ing of testi iyt lasted until about diet solely upon tihe testnimiony Intro-
6:80 Friday evening, when it was duced, anld for tlio; decision will be
raed over tothe uryafter full and forever grateful.
o'nplete arguments of counsel atid aB deisiriiso ti)o xix'Itel iny thlinlst
able ohirge by Judge Wills. and appreciationto ily friends, both
The State was obly represented by fryot the eo-unlry itid city, or ithe
Attorneys"a Benj. P. allioun and Syd iany acts of kilidnss bestowed ipotn
*I, Catrer, who brought to bear every mne. Keipi'ctfully,
einflt000 for conviction. These at- SilM I', Law,
toQfeyi enjoy the reputation of being N..i. 't ow
oug ithe most compete of the The Nickel Plate Show.
oridablar. 'Attorneys Evans iaile W. H. Harria' Now Nickel Plat i
ed N A. Thrasher defended the. ac' Show arrived yesterday and located -at
l i4, 4ndthe fhct that the juiy re* Iolton andEast Broad strents, where
Se rdict ofanot guilty is u it Will tenmain throt days, 'tho first
olnt evdendce that they performed performaice was given last iight to a
*iparts llwe'). It wais o0ne of the big audience, despite the. unplteataint
d a most' dl lti ffoirtt of weather, : .
r.tlie'd lir. Thraisher but they' The annual .visit of thielHarrinNitkel
b 'with al willingness, feelIng Plate hoW to ,avaniaht iiasi coife to
'teir "llet should h i ot -:be con-' be looked .forward to witr anUtiie-patioi.
S. ..of pleasure. The ahow hias Jut title
fi jlwy at the beghinilng stood nine to its claim of being the best ine'-',
'ittalasd three for eqdu tiontIi ritlg show on the road. Those who
Swer. ntaA vote.w ^casts with no have witl)esse -preeiods performancesi
a 8 a oi a change, and at o'leoi k will be glad, to klio w that the sltw has
tla imorig t.e.juryretiredlin been triaty linprovel .ddsc. it waNs
'.rly morning they arose, and h re last, many -new and novl 1ea-.
oi.t formlity east the frt ballot, sures having been added. .. .
hb h ei e eleven fort aetiittal ad The Nickel Piatie i not large, buth alt
t1 nvic0ion.' Theree ballot there oi ofit is ood and r t is a'tMesame result1,when oodt deal:tq l:.e seen,. The pries of
j '. reware for. breify' st. The din hsion too, .are ver tiiaaoniblh a
Cbitatter the morningto meal was i rformianiee will be given this after-B
I o for, o quital1 noon, atnTat-'"hd to w'he irke '11, e
en the fry sent th e mOsage to has nvr failed lo draw largo crowds
Sthat a vilrdlht had .been he.retofore and it, li not likel.My that it.
e, there .waea momrenpu t of sut- will do s this tiie.-'The Morgiem
"the b young defendant, surv tiewi, 1av ah nih Aprtl,, w ri :Wi.t
dtiy lis atiornes. a6nd lte4 aged ethitbit at ri'lile r .- turdiay.
Sitndtfathei;, ld two ters, oe .a Mare t ,ih .u.h whr

tae. ^ l Ae thi railing near Fuiea of Einmti Saird' -
tb and facing It There t he Ineral sevyieover the emo ts'
', juryFfiled Into th x am ,witw.t di

Ailideft rhd nt ht, aA Olmt h omth i .tl*.. '
igd of 'ad relats vas pftettm to p y it' l st
i ih.e' tMoral, 4'?ta id VlSi". bh lt i o.i



l ioter Oloae Deal,
Oni #ly' L0"01f QuigW m.....
O.ely a' F iw L stiona Remarn a
To 8le: Adjuated-4tiide.nt IMay Not
8end His Appointmnents of C6ommis,
uloners To -Senate0 Beifore Next Woeok
'washltigltutt IjNYy. !il7;- s-ecretaiy H1)
and M.intu~teI llitit'ttinrhIlla today tqx
cliangeld ratiill'ltiAio otI the alnaite
cilial1 treaty. The exclmiego market c
thlt. c.l.w of diplomat Ih twgoli atlolu
lwokling to tho aciqulei'niuit by tUhi
iduited Statvi of cinual rigtits oi the
lathnius, rtuoulls Iiehr to the ltrst quar
t tO' the last to be doenoe 1nw is nothing more thtu
the i,.1ijustiteit l c fr tyl't ii (qe(s
tinls by tlhei la officers tl' this gl( orv i
nlO tI the iie t depatltnr i nt liua till
ed it I'lmt imitO .
The lI'gal (Illostilions telnflilling te.
bew lstttl'd at e, ivrit, tht ellect Uptlo
canal payuilUiji( of the iantllng litiga.
tion in Fi'iui ,C conu -un-ag tilt eanal
Briefly siat d, the Coil.omlitan goverOiC'
utmlit ires to 'i p1vOi t the diil'(ertovy
of ti" uh o i%\ ian.11 si "la uC l ai nolllpplyln
i'lim l'l .sin.lg tiildnl'sslon to thoi Iboard
of its rit'rct'htativ'e. With thi
amount of t.iikRt Mtlh r.' iresenitatilvy
would 'oilt(Ivpil, with wter lUi eioi)lit
to th rll t ..ri' lil', It be ti' 11 ,
Wi e t ro )rviat, th citishtibitloe oi
the. H io i ilr ii:I he ,h prouporty .to the
United i taL i, i. t i thi, sta.Iit dt pAirt.
nant runs' ti t t 'oi rt io Proii l i t O rt
twill vi 1tr il.te ('oioiililh a iit ; '
Amithtoir 1g hl(lle'Ionl1 Avthatr,
under, thie .tln'hi of tlhe Sppsintii act,
the $10,000,000) which wasi to .lavem beeu"
Jpahl to CQlon ibla can how be paid t:
Panitama, tld It, is' fr the attic'Atoy
getn raIl to, d(iethiC whether addiltiomil
leglihtih)l ,t will he 'iqlilredi. It wil
bo Hos(n1 ti(liio crtwrin ,theiso qt lentolith
ot1i be MttH Is lately tii Pia.s,
President S8ins Prodlamation.
Prosidl it It oso tv ll,. it I1 :4 u a. Il
today Higi5 otl1 1hi prot'tli iiaat.tlon, p tili ti
itt t lr hi t the vi( i nitS ,tg .1i ii WH ill
OFs Olwwag i,!i'iile i \t18 Kilgned tt. wi
l'(tllli'lr d to 1. I l 1i. t fil ) dh li'rlinotl,
whi0or th O w hsi'h lii r a (if raillht.hlno
alr.wady lih d ii, ln |il;i<'ti I twl cc;li e e
r tiiry oit l tiia y liiil M linistr lIu,1
inati-Vartila, it Ii niiiiitui i'the (elibl
fnet w1.4I in l i'shio' within tei i' ructah
inaihn to h r i eid tli \VIhliti low fri'ii ll
o nih wi-i, fl<|i((iil'nt it,.rei y t niii \
too, tit 4k ,llivimu niit I .i the inri p lh rlt.
lil bi iiioi u lst d it li iiun.liltt ly. e
'I'l'h 1 pri idrl il l 1(0, Itl St o tl !a hi
('ftlli II hIIItIc pminih!i oii sl, i iK thy II byi l ('( iiii l (i.it111 l ef,*i'io i i. ,t''iit, Mlt'c I( r.
of InOXl. wft'o il- 'lii ivri, lnr rotd, (f Now Orlw im. llIat ilnnl it i.
him a i.trimi'omit r i'xlir thlir Cl hitril
i~, t rll' l I nk i lr l ttt n i f [ l l.,,,. b I ,lb

boWels bultenir alanr:a nti onbotto: ur0ut
ise tt bile 'to iwk t''
exeuteh tleir natural. functions tnnat '
raitatot" 00used by aiiim h,
e^entinua) ati.areasingT d0!aas

thittiPv 4 Paver, Sd,,
___ Pe Fver,' and, by gooin to the st
troublet, works pertianttl t tcure.
r TYr CONT$43~p~

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hi' hi revoiveil fitsi staiMii" ant "OB08BER ARRESTED IN CHICAGO POOL 8ELLING1C. HAROQ.
hats given It conrllt'sII i P .T tol ,, l po tu l l.
billy I that lit, offilch l annoieln tt-in After an Exchange of 8hots with .thi Telegraph Comparty OffIlal Al'Fp t.
of the poirsonnel of ei. cornilniton wlI: Police Two Men Ar-e Captured. -d at M'
'b e within h Ed 'Wv n lm t i no the- tatel ent, Iw ver. .. :roilent ~ih wrapping, of. llisv, tol it ita,l A..d A Qlit, mtilMt i pt. :l f
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him in wilthbirawing ili, ticl.or m 1dsl I hi ai t :'ki tr at N w oi '.rk wa. chi g th Io..W it l'i vitiotl i oi te-
to -him of a positloon n' 1ltc h amn tt itt e tan. it l .t(eved co sadent lytly iehl i i o( wh 1 't! l'h u ir i lleO :it e ,n tMiirse Tiif', ".t l srtm i .tii ta
Mr Ilarroft will be ithi aVeouth Ti ilti tiieri .ar o s hf m .eI with r .. l > i Tho hli-.tilhi ae t for tllmo .t '
lber of the l dly, l y A hf iir.4ma ine ; t yi hisrpw "" 'riw Lii
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W.A ,'Hiowdl i ol MiotM ipy, more tie l ,t f e 1tifti, g Nl o Yolf r lat itc vht, t hli'toi ft.t h Wline l lrtei
fminiliarly known s tltO 'lyrt w'- f'i- l' 'l I P i' lll elhl 's- tom i h law e i t .t' ttt t h
6 w 011a i'"i"', Y 'i"r.
i'ty yesterdayy. Mr. mtolWlen ,otijoys s i I td w. :rrou-s d i w a j Ifo e of A t A: an sad fJoft
the repuiatiiton f btin g of til e l !.r iavm hiifitp(ld a t m iltlni X l o! who are I si' wi.cohl
shirew oldest hr'or tr -.1'nr1 in A afihus it l o *l get, e o"" 4 ht 'i e t w vpod r oftt i i at i o 4 0 t -
c oa u n ty a .d t h a :t is sa y ul ng t a ea-ro t .' K ,, ,; . itt r i I< w e e c' t e d In t 4 re c o r 4 f
deal" Hi has miieit i and eeontquerettd w pI" tt- ..v. "i ai. e at ..u.. t.ay ant < t i atf t
many of the b o4ld sitger inl tht oit iiit i l., i, a" i- t that, thi iursday to aihea tim fe for l~: .ia frpf.
n is ll all of wh''I it rd. V hi,4 m i. iS y with k W*1 tll : l.n. ittt of tl01tn0t 4t e
knIowtinigk a J'>'thldrg o i tW o 0" atih,, "' '; 0 d,' r' i s e th def. i dant T- t'-h i
-ihorse. ii. -n i l t t t i Iii wm"L t# pol it a p
S"f ad-mitI ha -i-ns Sad '- mrettihi V is of "rslcksit MEps' Th. A METHOQatS'M l
'Il s ttaw y ^ horse remarked. M other it' areaeshl a I .la Miller
aldted e one ern r f -.- -
h., mouth t* -the itlirt "but these .... r ain.. Po*It.9 Dit r
a t'id a Cci In my if t t' t I55 0 lle ch mio tti 4# has h wwrIki
~That a eel o is" btsnvosy hn- totm' odueN# ir. bli ,rovid#iig o
trr litod a friend., n l w tt0rp$iti"tt $ .50,000 n 4 i
yo, d wit Isp rs bae far tlor Offtti a p 4I ti(t0i0W
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