Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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-Aboult Seventy Iibels Killed
ILand Frty Wounded.


7illplm ,U.&dW- tme Conmukuld of a
K- Chingaa ZNamed Poo-Wab, At-
tacked awd "rIe" Ito the Mona.
tWO WIit Heavy logS.
MuAsmA April 1--Genal lawtkm
has catred Saats~rus, at the extreme
eod h laka. -H drove the rebelh6
'whaew. bonrno ya>ChiimnaBi
usmed No^Wah, lat, the thne tirns.
&-Te Ainicane- had six MM wounded.
The rels lint 68e killed and had 4
-:me_ w:nmed.-
vi- t xpedidion, consistdgg of abo"t
1;= MOmmB aoiisauded by MajXr Cta
Henry W, ILwtoB, left &a Ped
ca tB e river Saturday
nIthlrf, wi-the pjrpm of crionag
-in aWde Bay and capturing the town
0(o:t CruxB the Se-a shore oc
.- the ake/ The Aierieam troops were
Abou as pbnnMed to sweep the country
low ^^a force 6- lito of pickedd
Ci'-'.--^xsoET" fiw the Knjoi xeivi
72-'" ae^ ai& e baosutain bath"er,
Gaklsequadra and three troop. of the
F]uoart & fry. ca uted; k's
A" MappeM' battalions of the FSar-
1n Liucken's battUA& of
K ^.fy^ >infantry sad h~ula's
v^ -te Nmwto Dakoea in-
inder ^^' inaaBaCeralt -
.The fisd~ of 26 Camoe" wed by
::-, taw aiiemoayou by the guebests Is-
ginBdeBy,ABeto aA d Nappidan, and
-,ced by-the oaw* containing Gem-
towa h lake juhs_ b"eTogw MW met-
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mm%^^ SBIC uie iB fr ton days.

--anta theat ayt.
^1^ .^'eBtonpsrte cr desroa say rebel
^j^'.gukiieto er uhappiB. to take the town
and t.~ toamr v. mury to the,
-meth of the laker a Uituiet not yet en-
by the ame~ms
I^ -;- .* -Othe 3erds Smww Soldiers. \-
Thingktis a fact that hundreds
4tli;inem ate dailf retiring to tbeir
'../M' Sala' Ji fcf*M atc _r ieir6oarsmin&f

M--; BatiaR Usaied T Aby|ie United Sae
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thastw2cmld be chuer-iun the Mgrua
4041iwa butter aet- thea us-
ti1 raaetihth Amerip anxt Biafcr mac
:wl mu f h sad ofkl L5boa andohad
.pmiwi with= ac f rebemwiu&
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^^ Jug *.dIS with the Spmnheds that
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-ch-n. C ^roker WiU- Tesfy Bef i e
He Depart- FPor ,I G IN CUB A
NBw YOKrE, Apri ..-TI&B Mazet mi AN VOrflSUlfOM U

TetaN. committee umed Mt sit
tsing for a short session today. Among
the witnesses waiting to be called we
Chief of Police ..C-Ilagh _Police Cap-
tain Cooney and W. P. Tostevin. The
last named w excused from the stand
eO Saturday before his evidence regard-
ing alleged carnptiom in the building
rFIjtf 11Mwa compeftd.
Mr MO b ano ed that certain
disrepnuable individuals were extorting
money upon the plea that theyhadbeen
engaged to .jve suhpoenaes. Acocud-
ingto 3. s their pa was to with
held the spurious subpoene for a-can-
-]r. (Ysnwlvaw, who- lpeitate'
city depwrtmenk sawte aBOcig thal
frank Croker was =n court and had no1
beea msvd with a subpoene created a
little stir by adding.
ichrd Oroker deres me to say
thathe willbeat the-disposal of this
inestigainng committee atany time ui
to AMril I- when he is to fo.
ME1 M8 y accepted the cdmI-
lengad reqesed thR b ichardCoke
be present aad testify next Friday.
Mr Tostevin was then called as the
first witness. He made nome compasa-
tlely unimportant corrections in him
t-tmmyA of Saturday. .
Plucky Cr ir Still.UU Has Her a
Paint n and Skowi Battle Scar&.
Hi AMLOX- Bermuda, Apri l-Th_
United States cruiser Baleigh, Captain
Ough"a? arrived at Muray'. anchor-
ave yesterday at 10-0-o'locik a. m. She
reports having experienced fa weather
from the Azores excepting o- April 1
ad when a hard Blow delayed the
Ivese's "progres-. The -T e- ad m
of the ermiser ae An good health and
BvIrit and are very ent-husistic ovel
lthe M_- campaign in the Philip-
pIa island andar ery glad to lear
of the trouble being apparently ,r
The Awericams are very nuch pleased
at the recaqpon accorded the Raleigh at
the Bitlsh portstouched at on the way
herl. She stll has her war paint oA
aad shows her battle scars plainly.
The usual autes were exchanged
with the forts and &he admiraL The
shores were. lined with soldiers an4
civilians anxwions to see the gallant ship,
and the Britiah. warships at the dock.
Yud were also crowded with men at
the Raleigh steamed Im.
Prepuarais are -being made by the
military and naval authorities to give
their Ameri -cans a cordial veception__ Vis
its will be made to the goermor and aid-
miral tsdiny..',
The people oan the Raleigh ha"e been
infonmedof the p.epexaticmsbeinginade
to receivthem-at ewYork.

Lest Regimnt o4 VolenSUers iet
Away F'rom Camp Wet.5erIL
GUEEWVULSU, S. 0. April IL-The
last regiment left-CampWetherill today
when thie Second -West Virginia -wal
Smustered out Thisregiment was formed
Inder. the second call last May and wau
coamanedbyCOdlonel D. K_ Casteel
withWBrOieu Moore, the well knowk
Thu Wiest Virginians were heartily
~I 6aild -by- the Sarther regimens eas
-M bare and by the n -gross. They

WMes. As a body-of Sghtuastiergim e
as apgest success, bat it Bever saw
uox aesive havjsg bess camnped hene
i The Ealeetratad at a lively zafa
las aatgtaadi OB Satmmtay, bet nO san
I iams trouble occeured anid the muste
|out today was without incident, thet
uRnbehaving well and all leaving us
goo hamr.The dispenuenis and be.
homes were 1&fcd but through ^Qt
Ibbad tigers liquor was secured. -
SSevem comp~aai were lakeaa June
by she S-ouhor An Luie and the rar
bey the Southern on -pca Stains whicfc
left thin afteuooa for various paints as
West Vurginia.-
Waikes Talks at~ Any HeeCL
W~amssvoa. April 11L-The army

i .
" F ~o t~. ~~l ,
eI -i Ire bridge Returns
From Ca Islaud.


He Says There Will Be.Little Trouble,
So Long as Our Forces Control, but
Predicts Rioting on Their With-
drawal From the Scene.
i AS GTO x, April 1L Inspector
SGeneral Breckinridge, who has just re-
Sturned from an. insection trip in Cuba
'and Porto Rico, in an interview says:
-Since the United States has been in-
possession of Cuba the condition of the-
Iisland has- iat urally imesrbly im-
proved& I have no idea that there M
Sany danger -of an insurrection gaint
thel UnitMd States. The minds of the
people at this moment are on the ques-
Itim of the payment of $3,000,000 to the
tCuban insurgents. After this has been
Ssettled they will devote themselves to a
discussion. of the kind of government
Cuba shall .have after the AmeriAn
troops hare teen withdrawn. TLer
will be no. ble from the Cubans- as a
people during military occupation, but
I feel sure that after our troops are
wrought homerthere will be disturbances.
I ".We are not going about the matter
of fitting the Cubans for self govern-
Sment in the right way. It seems to me
that the first thing we ought to do is to
have an election by the people of a con-
Svention to draft a constitution. If that
cobstiuttion is not satisfactory we can
set it aside. But we ought to Aind ou
what the people are willing and able to
JIdo. As-it is the island is governed by
American --soldiers, enforcing Spanish
laws on which are ingrafted American
ideas, the result being confusion.
S"Our constitution guarantees every
man the right to a fair trial by a jury
of his peers at the place where the crime
shall have been committed. An offender
against the law in Cuba has no s-cl
privileges. He is examined by an offi-
cial who represents what might be c'nt.
1 pared with our grand jury, and if his'
v report is unfavorable the prisoner us
brought before a -judge for examination,
who ce-rtifies him to an appellate cout.
Six months have been taken up in these
operations. Besides the prisoner may I
be sent for trial far from the points
where the crime was committed.
S"Unrest pervades Cub because the
people have no voice in the government. i
They know -that the United States can- I
not at present take .the sland, no mat-
ter how much we would like to do so,
I am confident that if a vote were taken
in Cuba today on a propositiond- for- an-
nexation to the United States it would
be adotedby a vote of to L The
Spanish element prefer annexation and
many of the Cubans also, for they do
not know after the expiration of the
United States' rule whether 8,000 o
10,000 former insurgents will rule- the
island or whether they,. the people, will.
have serred on the plains many
years and I found the quickest way t
unite people was by effecting prompI
communication. Keeping the provincesl
of Puerto .Principe and Santiago del
Cuba isolated retards their development.
If under the terms of the Forake
amendment a railroad cannot be built,


Former ( hi-f.Jautlee of the Supreme
Court Fa-te-s- Away.
WA.sSnGTOv April iL-Former Chief
\Justice of the Supreme Court Stephen
IJ. Held is dead at his home in this dciy
,fron kidney complications.
NDesesed was over 82 years old. Since'
he retired frot the supreme court in
.18T, after 34 years of service, his c-
dnton has several times alarmed hi-
friends, but his wonderful vitality has i
overcome all the disabilities of age, and
though feeble of late years, he has, eiace
his retirement, enjoyed fairly goodi
health -
At the time of his retire" ent twcr
year ago he had been in bad health for
some time. but bis ambition to serve on ,

cort of beef inquiy wammed Iits mse

the supreme bench longer than Chief|
Justice Marshall had induced him to!
refnuse rerniment slthosrh Iona ma!t

factions Clash at Bj mtAsoI C., With
Fatal Results to Two 21[S.
BKXsoN, S. C. April 11.-A pitched
battle was fought in the streets here be-
tween James Preacher, Charly Preacher
and Arren Preacher, brothers, on the one
side, and George Reid, Maek Beid:
James Reid, brotheRrs and Joseph Con-
Belly on the other side& -
As a result George Reid isdead. Mack
Reid probably faUtally wounded, Joseph
Connelly seriously wounded and James
Preacher slighty wounded in th3 hands.
It appears that a negro farmhand em-1
played by George Bied was subsequently
employed by the Preachers and. bad
feeling was engendered thereby. Just
after nightfall the parties met at the
busiest corner in the town and en alter-

about 30 or 40 shots follow
IThe fime of 'thePeaed |g t
have been principal d
Reid. He received wounkiwf
hedied in a few hour. ^ -|
An the parties are IBM .A
except Charley and AIe-- x
George Bed leaves a wife child.
Charley and Arren -Preachi^amc
boys, the latter not yet 4 M. W
The coroner's jury- re. verdict
that the deceased cam" to eath by
gunshot wounds asthe bah f Jame
and Arren Preacher. -
James Preacher is the -IMhwof
Cokoaei Lawrence W. -T a, Yhe1
largest planter in this e .and-
prominent in state poiica. & Preach-
ers have surrendered toh6 r -h
LMayor Pub-:e TborordhrAbles.
ATLr, April 11.-The police ar.-
rested a number of stre preacher
here yesterday 4fternoonu in the patrol
wagon, as they shouted and sanu hymns,
the men and women were .dzI to the
police barracks, whera, aftekaoonsulta-
tion, Acting Chief of Pbcieoiner and
Captain T-onson decide to --S
cases against to of the leaders th tw-
the matter, and all the othen-vere- per-
mitted to g -
ThThe arrests were made *bcauae te
mayor had refused to give the street
preachers permits which they are re-
quired to ha-.e before they can hold
open awr meeiings. These pmits musi
be issued by h mayor i d counter.-
signed by the chief of police, who
* designates the territory which the
bearer of the permit can occupy wh-ew
holding the outdoor meeti na,
About a week ago Mayor.oow-rd
said he had decided to iss6o no ARM
permits to street preachers, as they Wul
become a nuisance, and wer *oi- -cedit
to true religion.
Already the ministers of city am
ltaint abou tiei acb mcdfte, pohicel
some.thiniring the interference was
warranted asd others saving-that reet
preaching had reached "a condition tV
|call for police regulation.
Man Ae used oft CoDmplicity Ia GoG
arBn Kiirga Set Uree.
|BwanxGGAM. Ala, April 11-G. A
Griffith, deputy city marhal of Wood-
lawn, who was arrested several -days
ago on the charge of mrd, it being
alleged that e w r connected with the
Killing of Ira Goggans who wa shot ia
the Arcade saloon recently by Clifi
Cahoon, has been discharged by Jstc
Abernathey. The preliminary trial took
bnt a short time, it quickly evel -"
that there was- nothing on whic
hold Griffth.
Griffith was an eyewitness to the
shooting, but none of the other u-it.
nesses connected him .with it. Griffith
heard. that he was w anred soon sites
the stoppin.g of the Gigians funeralJ
pro~z^'' last Moa4;f was^ lrotuhr bac fr".'u the cemetery tc
be stcb^-e-red tna pt* Bo-t?'a *xasia
tion, and he gve h.Qmsz un.
Tbte Theory was that Gosgaau waa
shot by buless -c different: esca. loica
ing that two men were involved in theI
killing. but the theory fell throutgh. j
I? has been charged by some that theI

entire mwovement was for political effect
to injwe the Smith ad McDm kld tick-
ete in the recent municipal cu. e at.i t
thi is denied by the attorney for the
prosecutor. '
II -- I"r



Senat&rM His Son Charged


-Few Spretators in the onstfem
When tIe Cas* Is Called, Dales
Shutting OnB t tt -Bs" e Di.|

date the trial w IAl ast e&W
when Itmspostped a t hefrequeof

Dtri a -Att ore thermeL wer
d a e t h e- L t r a- :a a s ae F e 2 7

agsain carried out.
Asa consequence but few except those
directly interested in the case, jurort
and newspaper men, were enabled to
pam admission to the coutrom-.. Ont.
-ide the courtroom a special detail of
city ball watchmen held back those not
fortunate enough to have special cards
of admission.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Judge
took his -seat on the bench. Judg
Mestrezat of Fayette- county ommcupd
a seas besidehim, merely asaspector.
however. Neither thediszict attorney,
his assistants nor the defendants and
their counsel were present at that or.
Within. I minute, however, the latte
entered. Lawyer A. S. Li Shieldscams
firstfollowed by ex-Senatdr Quay and
Richard B- Quay. -Directly following
them came Senator Boses Penrose, -wvh
took a sea-t An te space M d fi
newspaper men. He was followed by
the remainder of the Quay counsel,
R. K. Shapley, D T Watson and J. M.
Swearingen, the last two from Pits.-
District Attorney Bothernael and hit
psulatanta, Mesu. FImletter, Clement
and Scott followed almost immediately.
.ounsel for the ex-senator and his son,
took zassalongside each other, directly
facing Judge Bidd_.
Quay Calm and Dig niled.
-t. "-y, quiet, Jalm d with "1W
Passive festures, sat behind Mr. Shield
and to the en-senator's left sat his SoB
_Bhird. Mrm Quay- held a brief con-
vrmi.n with Mr. Shields and then
- U& beck la his seat, leaned hi
ekawaima sable by his &ade, and fra.
ri- -ijtMglae aboat the room -
Hi.Mes .dwit Noone'nd vaminA.
his attention to observe consl as-1
ranging the papers in the ae. About
3) minute. were occnpied in the calling
of names of the panel of juorsam dw*
There was a long list of witnesses fin
the prosecution, including Thomas W.
Barlow, receiver of the broken Phcple'W
bank; State Treasurer Beacon, ex-Statm
Treatunrer Henry K. Boyer, who is now
director of the xhM iltdephlmn; Jami
a- McUMnes, one of the leaders of the
lepnu;ihcan machine in this -cty, who
was president of the People's bank;
George A. Huhn, the leading stoe i
broker of this city. with whom Mr.
Quay transacted most of his business
David E. Lane, the local Bhpsbllcaa
lader Richard f. m.Low who wa
geieral manager Of .0h asNigued QGO&
rsntor's Trust co",aay, through whidc
the People's bak M upwards of U0BQ,-
0090 William Montgcmey, cashhie of
the Allegheney National bank at fitts-
burg; Alien BL. rbe of P-iledeias
who isbuilding the state oafitoii rlu
JH_ McKe of Pats~burg, LziUe ul
Goveror LyonsC law Iartnur KeBA
Kemble, an officer of she P1opls kank.
Teller Tabor of the same bank; all of
the experts who have eaminsed the
books of tha bank*ad miay othrs, in
all -aw than 5
The Fift Jutr Called.
The first juror clled was Francis J.I
Bil, a painter. He was accepted.
A"& DV.) VadServeter. cutVr. JohB
MeCleiand, -ugnal inspector, Willi~a
Temme. paper hanger. Joan J. U4-
lAughlin. horse ahoer. JamsBereak
harness maker, and James f. CPe.ry,
eoaineer, were also accepted.
T_ Alcott Wiliams, ome of the edi.

f S~msmi~ lk. ~L-lk
emr. Tanner this received aI .
z.emgas from Mayor Pouwell of Pans
Saying tere was rioting % the streets, '
mevera shot- had bee fired and hun- I
dret ds of armed men were parading -the -
s reet. -The mayor, wanted troop i s/ .
A private message from Pa suai S:
thaI iv men ad been ashot, that thI /f \
mns were armed and that trouble wa-
mure 1cme. Adjutant General Bee] I T
commicated by telephone with the -
Sheriff Downey, who sad the tro If a t -- _

13!&M ---- a -l- .-
was -onflnd to the a-tne of -the PAtM _Tbre te aifi .- t-
0] company and he wo Id be 1%e tt in the

started by a 6 akeakmneo fi,._who
de- This :.pre.Atateds the ifd s I e c- guenrafly be

TmfA^O.a **--C~ri_. i -f" ^B** I^^* -L we sent it. te sher f T-e-- --at am-""A .&mi
tei iii-Mjag needed- |Q lriSsaetQis-rf-* 'cd gs
---- 1 fc.iod., rational exercise ad. eALowe f. a
OVATION FOR -ROOSEVELT.n e edy _that wffl stegb tie eak
----- st omiac-r. correct the impaired dtest_.
Governor -f ew York Addresses the i orae the liver anl promote t 4s
StudentiBat keae. j izilton of the lire-givirnwgekweumenof'
ef the food-rThe toc-Medical -isco.
CHICAGO, April 1L-Governor Roo@&r CU accomplishes all these things
velt of New York, who will be the gue tA ( oan- Ban lay pct ad usicmirs cmc
stbe th gna mia la patea niaos ancd -u racdnlesbdsia
ofhonorattheAppommatoxdaybquei ,oi'ysciistd andsciisi ie i
wiefgba-4eniue him to the grave-
of the Ha _ltonu a the Aui IbirM.. to die. T%_
theatre tonight, left his hotel at 10 I. igors saiin *he .ar w-wi oa t i wod
Mnot care to die,ih-said. reit- fo- r ui
with Dr. William R Harper and a del&! mr dear wife zadliuikctiWd. tntJi[kjww thbatI
gadon of prominent citizens for thi Must ''e A brother had p resebd hin with
(Ad univexaitywhere he addremed tbree boS O mediciwbut hehadmeEmig
thesmdmli '*tctmtei~w inels boa- taftM7 the dam=c shad
te .biustudentp. taodiept.Sea buhiad a.isb.d y
rowdy& had been waiting around the Xe- r" 'r i"e.itohis-wfe_-dew
hotel -entrance for hours to catch s "" 5ng 2'0 0S0wT Inse
klimpse of the governor and when ht ane Be did I' egi to it ad -t mir- e
made his appearance he was greeted en. VIW w. w "but som* c cae.
He VIA ZePeatedil^sowl but suy )e gt bettr. Tore" th
-man is sarvtedly j ctyaaeand e.q.. i. .-
cheered during his ride to the unversityW tb aot medicine. Wat wiras the Mne&? It
and was greeted with a storm of cheer, wDr. ?permv Godk Me&a icD swsve.wrand
Lhel.Ul KT Martin. cu- the cmrmoma _.
mdoe yeswnbaprd e be.a iewr. i tlbanK wt the 6 very &"b of- ------hf,-t'- i-. i h Tm t- e griam E t--Be-
C eDetxts instructio. -i of.abe Woo ..C.
WAs-MGTO, April IL-The cruise t-- U
Fi trots has been ordered to stop at Car-1 E fTI d^^ff d
tagena. Colombia, before putting in aW F TIN = Nis
Port I.Amo-n. She is due at the- first _- -
naed pmr tomorrow. The instruction t | -iu- Tafhi-aswe ek Is
prepared for Captain Dayton in sub. *2
stance authorizes him to deal with the- or 50 CeONtf.
situation on its merits and according tc i
his own judgment. If he finds that diu 1' 'niaz with the issue or April
g general Ioe1 6tand eontulng for-SIX MONMTBS
lelds, is cppressively treating Amr i !' 1o"^ wth the issue loi- October
can merchants, he will put an inmanti5cb)5 The Tailahass-an will be set
stop to the complaints. The Detn m. ta ress fr oy ?FITY
to stop at Greytown after leaving Por CL h F T
ITmo. j -This period -will cover the entire
---f ioo of the L.tislature and the is-
No Alaskan Modus VivendL i-se followioew the sd inmeut in


OTTAWA. April 11-In the house o0 wli-h au thbe laws of a public nature
Commons Sir Wilfrid Tarier replying-wi-l be published.
m _que-io. ---.- ----- Every is e dariar the sesion wil
toa questim.. said that there w B Inan
trth in the report that a modus vivendi ctil --
Snow under consideration w I the ,-
United States and Great-Briain .in -avei -ms a
with the Alaskan boundwy I-1cee hV !orw n -A__ B^^
mad aUlthtwas wanted was the deci- jits of ut o p
simofCanadetotslt-intoeffect. The they;-h "- TT -- --w--
premieradded that nothing had beeaned ( itxl-i 1K i._ r^-T ai
done since two year ago. when a pem i-4' fi without
viional boundary was e.. atbis a& i, tnei twho t tI
te nr-Atbetween Skaguaya is.3nd with u1- 30 24 ne'u fgW
and I.Ae Benne. I. -?a b a-cripi. I. -at cly dur-
i, i j Nw -su- Cr i e f le .- .r t.'. it .- Only i -h r
"xId4ant Knew It Was Loaed." J fX'r si io-* wz~h 1 0m&
WTMP Ala. Apri 11. Mr. z '.c--si-r bjn- pIe ra.
ni ow t- .9 __ . _, A-0- ,

TKer Singleton accidental shot and! Adir.-- TH: TAL.LAIIAE .AXM,
'killed his son, Will Singeton, an admi- T F-
rable young man about 2l years of age. T- -e
Several gentlemen were examining a pts7
tal in Mr. Singleton-. hands -and theF UI IT 1 i L AAAt
latter thinking all of the cartridges had
been removed from the pistol was snap- All
pin -itto test the action of it. unf.| All Kin& Of Good&
tnaely one of the cartridges had e t ht d sold at rices
Sleft intevcinderand te buUetburiedl I .. -Z pi
itself in his m'o-deinflictingaws oundto ut the timr".
from which he died an hour or twc

Troublewat Smt.Ore Mise. J J. H. P l
Brumis"xAX, AIL., April iL-Sherisfi i nrfT
O'"ien was ed to x smith's ore alw anV1 I Ii i
this morning. where stbking aegrcrd i# Ln1
ie= y their thanking codct
W -proe.f..d some, of tbAAr abf- -- ti>--
'too tk twe Vore-t. Pt ivai Safiltaribs is
him. ii. returned1!! a bt -equipped itl"lUer t for t
deputies in charge of shone who desred 'IL tX- KK
to go to work, hav in g dOne so undue:-2t Id nir- 1i.-ioepf
proletwu theOmai Thesitutb eatment. L-Tn- mr'd-rrni XIIAY, tOw
is st muaa. but the affws hav" Impo- VT( ~lC~
it welU inhand- &U- AyIAKtATUS. tAT iC E LM Iper
A Bewlinag Ree.d Lowered. i>fY HOT Ali-C APPi'AltUTtI, tt<.
Cxcm"A-mAprnlu.'. -At th arLTelLF. eOMMIYUTTft. -

!- iwaa to da H ear m*.==..+=.., m ..,+- =.,,+ iIt .. ---%. _ _ M ,. I --..t-- r +.-z
L iat 10 olo todaywit Bear the legal ag, ndl ba term tos of the Piladelphia Prmss, Mid he Bowliag club last niht he Active cu
= iWral JOhb -. Wa-ker. pede -t l- ceedtal of e ftu nt Chief jatiode- - i both- ofthe Quays s had h"fnI I ...e a ew
the u _iaraua can mmali on_ othe Bornan Connecthut.L he had a se "! f1 t". I a opinion. but he felt abe to try the-mdr-- oihc t a
onthoI-will ad itted.shutihe had rente-retiwc h.ehad
Stan& Beftidtb,"Swd reaotbies markabae career, -mtovinz to Calfri t s agrtsi to* the evidoe.Mria&. ~c 'S?^ a
-had been used by the B uis-'ss- a servi ,-n the be- en thereShied- ^IIfW S, oIns ain.a .-- to .' h 1clm. |
g ar.ies On the- Isthumus. E Icalled to Washington in IS& ."by Presi- Mr. W.l.a.. ad __d tha e a Y m
adddthuthe men did not like AkitIdent Lincoin_ Writ Od.ccipas deelyd-W.
beet. nerrin bansdthe fesh la*1k memberof thej Tlires-Widen -the defezdants and had ipaed M e above tsat 39pns
ty. beef; tat that while this wae true I^ ri-trmissito in 1 uy and Toted |to OM IS.#te As wbeub semi I 00I"aI-
the caused bet-had not been found a- with the D)mr ocranc mmnuoty. In -1of *9 VW Pw- I
whaiesxam. 21 coating Imageexpe- he revived 64 vojts for the presidetal j
ditio o ahe xrop-, 'he would ict -ch Iu caltion at the Cincinemati Demo- A Mi 1 S a l O..a. iC.TTO. UTi ., IT
ofe cthecaunedbeefamsaratioubut antic cnvenacm, on the fim ballot. t 'KE Youx, Apri X
nOL very much of it. When the United Stame sprral | X x M0!a.- A7 Ar1- The SoBuer-u -% A e O* - W1a -
c :. ~ I ~rt m tod, y the death of Justie i g lsie ma.a ope h y i e . ... her eIye ay aaua I
"t..Alu. Drags AlK. -i "s was annu-ced andthe-court"ad- wth od attendance. MoBtB y Mr "- -
CAs I-0. April IL-Mrs. Geo-I jour-ed A S ,mark of respect Decisi-, April .... 1
ca atemu ti mrnng~ cwil be suuanuuaed ttoimoiriw. I The. f ay 5 oa- WO
_ elyato h.t Id.i-a..---. i .ait..-. !y be_, i JunI .... -... ... o7 _
* lg.o.k wh he ste M.- SLt., Cair. irt ear Ge- iws i sh ret ar cab-er--- he -- M maw-- July----- --... -- e- .- .l

I ha .... U -. -Vram -ick the- "* < a l Beeche tr e sl,. or Iy --l- -b ... t -hw e X le. Isant r meWthOd a a ars M M m- ia. - s o
Sae Sto the trana..a.. c a.ay, a : .ffeet ofl the w l Ly .+_ ..Atte.da ?. tu ,- I S- Si
SBe dwibed how the body of Saxit ea worked off Ansod'Aiaalt. be var irFGS. m, d anvu.fae-i -yt.____-__,_ _" ---te_
- fwnd n infront.of.theA o a -an- d crew we re amvd bu_ CA-UVXo FG Fifc Aar & Vlutrue i. Wt2X A" .m
60W.Be x M d the body O Cth_ valf lriquid. ...i k. -_S- .1 s
| t e morgu. Dr.L KD The Msasoua was a s r of S3 tinacipie of platsU kown to be Ws'tj April 11t-The o-it
flasunted aw to the OM =MUM tons n ne ged ah Westd-uicinauv laxatir an presetin at aparrty mat of the ile am Wxt'-"sz 7
wd aw maMdiml Gvitam of the IM ad -- SAe was t usIt in -1) ws 2V.] them in th form tmea refrhine to th W i, a ^f- t- od a;
Wof the wos oR Se(taB's body. feet Long. had feet 'f inches beam and : taste and Wale to xh yem5. It J!*Qyd
1 twashe rum f-- ta g j m h a .
| t "t IS "V - -i -i "a n the system e nilv. to_ o- ear. --aor "tayo-af sp ea---a yT "
I - .. A. Kxp i --ll Ts id. -ve. a a anad tba -p I s s a u' " "A-nw. ", april l .-. i -, "" ,'--Cm Apr l A.di. .. .... . . 5- 3. .
e ~e s-II a a -. Atc -+_ _rgad -. e .-l bi! I- w l -.l 4 Is R e O A8J
the r S ... -- L -.
swe g gm a-in wkiaeaiw men l4wtPtFT-4r4ives .jrm74 un h s-ib-l -_;,mt_ per-"t
I washed ebwo fk t oA s-aun, a wer s mm ^ leated Tb str Meo Couahcu, Sminan Oa oc t .. A -an ian an4 i T xe of
It is &&" d that the fedeshat Mnx. a)Wmfvs iuth of Preadl. Tax. 1iT<-as4 bAwels. wtUt ttwS
!r1ve Posqki tera An Jexf^a 0: fii!asacxMI"a the -or:1*
Slu~aStt~tbmkk& -0 S w'reia eaS iv~uw soaxadWebia1 he' laratirmM??^ ^^ tbS2^rt ^
anpdal &V%&. -&o ivffwl to fs6 BIto2thedy l.ia tbie at T a ar 2 L '-i O S -
-a aafto Wftebt Akasl t s w*v ae. sae fiwm ftua am u & tf are pan7 ta she a of se Ed ^- 5 73 I

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aw wmGOuatsKy-., A pri IlL-Bob DsuvrL Ap^a IS A- Wa Wb o as taw a. at. W-AV A LT& -
PM- __aa_ S& 1: As it A- t 0 am
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present were pani&e-o Bhear of the ill-
-s of Judge Masos, whick preveted

-. j.- -a---: noo-'n ,ra ataiB. -0 eo -. -
the previous night, sad it w only by
exerting himself t- the tamost that
S hewas present toopen court at the
u Sal. houfr in the afternoon.
There wasoe cas ee tried by jury,
hat of Jesse Harrisob, charged with
stealing $1. worth of jewelry from a
: bl nd egro. He was found guilty.
S-.-entence in his ase was deferred._
Court adjourned to meet at 9 a. m.
^- -\- today. '-.i --. -_ -.
m -.:eeting HIS Ar ie --..
"The may friends in Gainesvifle of
S Judge Z. T- Taylor, formerly of Arre-
dondo but -now of St ndard, were
Pleased to see him here yesterday.
The Judge is enjoying excellent health
and is well pleaded with his position
as su perintendent of one of the largest
p -hosphate mines at Standard
A Dealkh aSt. z. -eire
SMr& Tompkint At Melrosm -who had
Sbeen an :Invalid an aceountof a broken
hip for many- yqu% ba beem failing
during the winter and died Monday at
about-4 p. m. During the years of
su fering she had been so invariably
-cheerful and uncomplaining that all
Swho visited her came away feeling-
that they had received more help and
comfort than they had given. Mrs.
Tommpkins leaves three daughters aid
a brother to mourn her los -

GRACy, April 10 ---The Easter warty
given by Mrs. J. W. Robtnsoa, Mon-
day night in honor of. Miss Daisy
--Bates, was much enjoyed by ail. The
house was beautifully decorated with
evergreens and flowers. After the
breaking of eggs, the evening was
in-^^pd toaversation.- The
...parted at a late hour, all ex-
ptheir tp action -of the.
-arty, which was the first this season.
-The meal-e, in po.sesson of our
town for so1e time, have about dia-

I .- T Grimes made a fnyinog visit to
Gainesville last Monday.
Miss- Lee Jeffordsk who has been
very sick,- is wow able to be up. -*
Mrs. J. F. Hetd'as little son iE quite
sick. We trust he will soon be welV.
Mrs. -F. A. Bell is now in High
Springs, staying with her sister, Mrs.
.- Sam RoI-nsoa.- _
Mrs. M ThoImas has been spending
a J.: --fe- days with -her so., W.
:.. Tho s : .. .
S- Miss Blanche Bell is spending a few
da- s wit. her cousin, Mrs. J. W.
-Oar School closed Wednesday after
Smo-st successful term. The laset day
was-spent -in -examinatio, dinner on.
the grounds. After the dinner, came
in which all tbe pa-
-did _weIL. The school room wl
S pretty decorated. Many -of the
S patrols were pre aent. -A unite In
Patr -!l onsI e I~ bidt npeyxrt
w- ising our teacher sent bac next
te-r:: -i." : -: '- no l

K TI- i t a Pdaehu
Would quickly leave you, If you

I ^-. used Dr. KingsNew Life Pail. Thou-
\- sands ofi sufferers- have proved their
^-r matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up your
Iealt. Easy to take. Try them.
I -Only -ents. M-os-ey back -if not
S red. Sold by W C Wallace, Drug-
I +f: --,} ffa_ :. +oUn -,r I
gist.-: .+ _ -, .
The--"t+-.,is S -.t e -i .. '
The twelfth annual meeting of the
State Horticultural Society is an-
ln osto coBvee at Jacksonville on
TUr, May 2d- contning,. until
naose of the Friday folowing. The
|...iet *. .-a of th& I-argst a.nd m -t
"GM"mmtai bodies of the kind in this
eatry, and its meetings are oeasions
4d exept2onal interest. A very low
-^ traispotatioa rate of eam cent per
1 mile, actual travel, has Itee secured
from the associated railroads. B.'-
|daed hotel rates, and other arrange-
ment. for the comfort and pleasure of
memes a"e being looked after by a
S very ef-_ient Mlo_ cumm tIUe-.So
[/_L-. .--, twkOdI to Post. hi.woI
-* UM latest ohs" of frt_-growlIe

In. the horticultural field, or to join
Skinned spiritsIn -a royal gowd time,
uoald miSs the approaching mseeiUof
To all me. ber. oeld or m -ew, whose
? bwa hb pforee or Is received in
ti ..e crd-.tia will be issued,- mak-
ing.-!* available the low rates of trans.
Spsutatfaa aad otbter-comrktes extend-
| ed i. cwosustie with thie meeting.
Tb only requisite of membership Is a
.Imo Si~ia, wttiecanBle seat direct to~
1- th- secretary.. & Powers, Jackson-

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It-is stated oR what appears to be
good authority that the Florida Ferti-
lzer Manufacturing- Company win
hav- their new factory in operation
abo t July I While- the company
has not decided to build in this city
it is reasonably certain that they will
bOild On the old site.
BEi, April 10-The. little showers
of rain last Friday night-and Satur-
day morning were highly appreciated
by the farmers of .this community.
Most of the farmers in this vicinity
will finish planting this week for the
Rev. W. J. Martin preached last
Sunday at Pleasant Hill church to a
large and attentive congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Fletcher of Bell
spent Saturday evening last with Mr.
and Mrs. C. Martin of
Quite a number of the young men
and ladies of Jennings Lake were
among the many pleasant looking faces
that were congregated at -Pleasant
HI1 church -Sunday.
There is quite a number of cases of
whooping cough reported in the west-
ern portion of the county.
There are several of our farmers
who will commence chopping cotton
this week.
We are Mindeed sorry to learn of the
death of Uncle Jimmie Brock and
Wash Buford, two of- Yaar's oldest
citizens. The bereaved have the sym-
Ipathy of the entire communniity in
their darkest hours of sorrow.
Example is Better thn Precept.
Those.ententlous proverbs, or old
saws6, which arused as prefixes to all
of the Hood Srsaparilla advertisin
in thousands of papers throughout the
country, are evidence of a new and
Irginal style of display advertising
both piesing and effective. The
Hood firm Is to be congratulated on
so cleverly adapting such wisdom as
has littered down through centuries.
Another charming thing about this
' Hood advertising Is the unique type
they are using.
FOREST GROVE, April 10-Easter
was observed at the Grove by appro-
priate recitations by Zora, Annie and
Roy Turner and Belle and Jessie Me-
Kay and Laura Fairbanks, and sing-
ing by the -choir which was very
pretty. After the exercises Mr. Clyde
AxIlne gave all who took part in the
program a little Easter basket with
Easter eggs ins it, which delighted the
little oes. "The floral cross was made
of Easter lillies and looked very
Mrs.'Axlinegave a supper for the
young folks and they enjoyed them-
selves very much.
Miss Annie McKay and Mr. W. F.

Avant were married on Wednesday
Sight at the residence of the bride's
parents. The bride was dressed in
cream cashmere and white satin rib-
bors. There were three attendants-
Msls MaId McKay and Mr. Clyde Ax-
line, Mis Emma Seott and Mr. James
J. Blake, Miss Nora Tucker and Mr.
W. J. Lvas. Rev. Mr. Vernon per-
formed the ceremony. Mr. Avast is a
very nice young man from Osceoa.
The bridal couple left Thursday for
Osceola, where they will --make their
home. -There was- an elegant table
Spread with cakes of every description
Iand plenty of ice cream to supply
the lare -.crowd of invited guests-
Maj they have all the joys of. this
world and a long life of happiness.
SMises Emma and May Scott, Nelie
and Be-sie Johnson have gone .-to
SGainesille to attend the Normal.
SMis Nora Tucker left for her home
on Saturday. She- has -been visiting
Mrs. H. IL. MeKay. .
Tbo d u Teague&
Could not express the. rapture of
Amie E. Springer, of 1lM Howard
L,., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found
that D 1. King's New Discovery for
Consumption had -completely cured
ber of a bkhating cough that for many
yra had made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this Royal
Cure: "It so* removed the pain In
my chest and I can ow aleepsoundly,
somethiLng I can scarcely remember
-doI-g before. I feel like sounding its
praisess throuhou the -Uni-verw* gSo
will every a who trie Dr. .-King's
Nkw Dmiscover for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price S5c
and SL Trial bottles free at Wallace'S
Drug Store every bottle guaranteed.

or THi

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At Galuwvffle.eInthe State of J
eeae of bmusie. AprIl N 1.
La. = sad D .I. :U . .
ktoWredrtta. scwed and unrured
C' s o lom.e.d c wr -tt i o -._--.
Bo Inds asbII d ha
fanking b ho.a. taraltair aad fix-

mD-ue N- w .- .-
Other ruefi-fM esiad s ongawsi
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De from Stue* Baks ad B-aft_
Cheeks and obthkemwhAn
?mialpnalpelrcuu. rn ujocka4
! tKlein c. -, -' -.
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Sped ..-^... s. a^
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Sle m bitrammm t sWwea UPba mw a*s
^N~wmtr FiS~of ad.i of ApriL Ses^imnx
fl^aft~l g Sa6 ettif Mrs Iatry NinW ~r of F'rdx~a-Lar
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^Sm Uarut^, M This ~Cwr--m S. &now JAS M ==an.,
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Who resides in Alachua Oounty should
keep posted on the events of the -day,
both at home and abroad. To. do this
he needs a live, up-to-date --newspaper.

When he subscribes for a paper, he is
desirous, as near as -possible, of getting
all the News.


A daily newspaper, comes as
near furnishing the news as any .daily
..published in Florida. That is --why our
circulation is .so large. Advertisers
should remember this fact.-

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Is a new departure, but one we feel
confident will prove a great sueces. It'
will enable the advertiser to reach the a
people of the county twice a week. It
needs no telescope to see the advan-
tag-es in that, beside our readers can
Steadily see that they get more reading J

matter for the same price they have e
always paid.-
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Is one of our specialties. We have
on hand a complete line of stationery.
There is no class of job printing that
we cannot do, and our prices are as
low as can be found anywhere. We
make a specaity of Pamphlet work,
and would be pleased to make you
prices. 1I

SS1 MEtIT1A & C8,


South Side Sqwae.

Hiq, crai. hon, (Ic,

Crockerv and Tioware


We buy owr goods at the lowest
cash price, sell on the same rule, and
guarantee satisfaction.
Give us oe trial ad yo will be
sure to call agUain.
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Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, as sole legatee under the
last will and testament of William
Neubert, deceased, late wf said State
and county, will. on the 17th day of
April, A. D. l-99. appear before the
Hon- H. G. Mason. county judge in
aud for said State and county, at thr
court house, in Gainesville, State and
county aforesaid, and tben and there
produce witnesses to prove the nun
cupative will of the said William
Nenbert, deceased, uttered and exe-
cuted on the 20th day of October. A.
M- 18K. wherein and whereby the un-.
dersigned -was made and is the role
legatee thereunder, andwill tben an'i
there ask the Said county judge ,U
probate said nuncupative will
Sole Legatee under the Law.t Will
and Testairent of William Neoubrt.
Deceased. (w-3-15 4-17;

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-Oovenwe-Wm. D. Bloxham.
S crety of ate-J_ Cr -IW
Comptroller-W. H. Reynolds.
T -easaa---J. B. Whit--I. -.
Atuorne3-eneraW-Wu, K I niaa
CI ""i ioner of ATrieuiu-L sI- I
Supermitenodentof Pubfic atruetg
-W.lW. SheatU.
Chief Justice-R. -F. Taykir.
Justicfee-Miton H. Mabry, F. 1.
The governor, comptroler, tres.a
umrer, attorney-general. and .-ommi
sionerof agrieauture.

The go-or, ..e.taI of
l~ o r .- .. _U e ;surei a Dd: -sper
The governor, secretary of state,
comptroller, treasurer, attorney-gen-
eral eocasasaoser of ogicl* ur and
gaperintindent of- pnb11dre isrci
BO- D OF PAXD0 ""&
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Iemptro'r.atoney-g oseneal andom-
mBC-oLerAof agraicltare.

-The governor, secretary of state and
commissioner ofagrienlture-
State Chemstl-W. -A. ,awl
Btate E69ineerL-Joto Bradfor
County Officers.
Sew"ator S21 Distict-H. Mr
CrMeary, ineille.
Repeentatives-J D Watki. ,
Mienopy; D... Coz, LaCrose.
Srveyor--J. W. Patton.
Judge-H. G. MMasonm.
Proeuting Attorney-J. M. Rivers
Sheriff-L W. FenneL.

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C cHoee t -H. C. CAo- i
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TraIr-R. B. pea"e.
Comissones-J D. MatnesoN,

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Matsha- H. DaviesI
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City oeir, _iitor-;E T. F.. gDeto,

CoMty Couart-o--ve. ne Broomnhed
tModa; of Oaber Jan.ary, Apr- I

_anche. W. G.Ro binon, A.d
MorSJ. Barnew
Mabal-;;C. H. Davies.
Tax Collector-T. RE EMli&.
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Agent for InformatiloL.
W. B. COFFIN. Gea.i Supt.
J a.ds-nvill

It appaal4. hat fe *'.t^Bt *s tS e
ShouV OiSt 4 f4AU I4- IS 3 43efUiAOcA 3
and hn" 4cq- or *gems i the ft aftlo
FMori4aa a whimab. -r kc .* at w Mbee
itedf. a-r ha' t bad-for tie ho-po ism0 :*01i<
sMd thaittt oSCI- *U,4t ^-2 41 aC usfakaws,
andl tsal tha st-.avr ti,- cam i* fur t2rxsF*-
iav ery. un r She t' ro^ .1 i wrjttratzad,
<44 an (rr a rr- 4n TU.M- e ia v wi tawufi I*
Al*-hiia Cs-t_- t%, v-. it a #.tIm4 d d
adju4o< &ta.U1, 0i-. t3e ccut B as tbw
rder wz 1w s"". aWq.-rT ,i skaw ctm"y new
a s-aref IkT 14 Twfiosi.. bL tb., it.-.- *4wfn 1
r3Mear sad .h-t$*r4 *ini sct*5.iejB #- jradg uess
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Notice is hereby gives that i-I x ..6.1
months after the first publication of li Uder and by virtuei -ta iai decree
this notice the audersigxtd. as admwin- made and remderrd on tbe Tth Iday of
istrator with the wiln aneed I d Ferwry. A. 1W* b-off-. W A.
for tbeestate of Lois A-. Barnes. de- Haker. Jilre of the Ctircuit Cert-of
eased, will present hisl acoU1nt and' of Fl-rida. Fiftit Cirult, Ia
vouchers before tbe Hon. H. G. Ma- and fr Alachu-a"coiy., Is a eertailn
son, County Judge of Alachna county. cause tL.ere peIsdtg, on tbe ebancery
Florida, and will then and there maki- side iAuA court. wherei "W (.
application to said Co nty J ad e for I pogue P cizmpatst and Jn It .
the approval of sad accounts and ddins and o- i,. Strife!low are-
vouchers and for fiGal discharge from fedant 1 T J- A Am"saniA, A special
further admnisiatmtiov upon .be said master In cbW-!rx.. fy appobtisesta-of
estate- the court, ,i -ii at public oatzr.
This April 5. iPo- theb coat hou a dow lo the city
SAMUEL L. SAWYER, of Gaimesv~ive. Alachuna cvsty. Tiw-
As Admainistrator with the Wi; A- ;da. on Monday. tte l-It dY C MayL .
need of and for the Estate wf L oui- A- ID- -l"0, 1 'f thfat ceirtain l.
A. Barnc de.eas-ed. tract or p-e l of lad z.iias. ing
SapBT-6O an-."d bein B ta l s at rut Alstmiiu
-- s*ate of .iorKda. and .*crsbed as foi
MASTERS SALE. Ilo, -it.t-
Under and by virtue of a decire of Three-aer"e off of the-wnorth e" of
foreclomre of mortgage, radm& and the martibert quarlpr of the arkbSit
rendered on the 3ftb day of Marc. q t,- r Be-W -- b, -rt q .uartr .t
A_ L lit*. by Bo- H W- A- Hlcker, uecto to 3 silp 5 lbc o of rasge
judge of the circuit court-of t e Ztf 20 et, except a *trip 33 Zft wide off
a d rf|t it of Fiorida, on and fo r of the- o.rth e rd let for a trewt, aN4
Av. Floridat in a Certain cmstinsrg two sea as- af 10 acrs,,
aery cau e wherein Thomas V-t- A -OM Or e.
Porter I cospiaalnIt. od .- iJ Car.. Tee a a a.4 sAinclar lb.
isle, trustee, and Ida E_ Bursett aad tCtN~Vb. beV4itaMha as4 span.-
-i- J. 1sruett, her hassdba, are 4e- .eutareS So the fs -roging or IS
.endat- IL a cla. Waser, ap. _ay.Atye a (:rtaiI
paiste4 for thew pirto, wi11 sell at I A- AMM-JAM SpS a] Ma4tel-
pu',itc auction, for cash to the high W- W. HAMPTON.
-st amd beat bidaer. bfre tfce coon AUj, 1w cour p
ouse -door of aid Alachua tcounty,1. ie ---- ------- -
thecity of Gaine.ville.. Fi--ida. c 1 .a iK
Ionday. te r"t day f Way. A I 5 "
it. betwame the leg*a bloar of _a14e
e fUl.owi traco? la-d. lm a"d 1 v irs 'tC a.r ty .
beig i acb co-nty. ?ioa., s. e. !, i. J B. st t. mayor Vf t
-iemribed*. as fellows, to-vit. tii o. (iae-i Tl. Fo-r!da.
Block 2. Ilots 3 asd 4 .4 0o! a 1 74sCeI Bee a"- ^dec th afns is^oeteIN a
btoct* .__ 4.aK. as laot* I tpc4d 4- nsack be; twi2 a tmd c1- is the T _V
'i. b 1* 10. 12 a"d 13. -of l oi and 4. rter Cs-oa and Ft Xa-a

kW 1;3. low -k ,- Ts-. j..
., t -e Gary Gran!. a a fii nwn liret. Tu-wt. "s U t% 4day -f
S+tereoe "ha to ^-pt t April. -for tW" p-,pWs -f- A.i s
.- 3a d4- rTrwordd inz pat toor ,,Ik-a Is- 7we Mao -% w t--t -
-*A' tpmgeX tbe -same ~ eienm owe o o 0wW i y:ar -
-11 tbeep "iiec of~iacbacims t~ I MayCr
iT, ForI-da. m an4 -.a-b-t 1sed- O u C I -era Tuay-e
froml "s X, 2L&ad 3 fboe b lsnb a 0arl- -
livisiom of 1ot 3 a&d 4 of tbr t-ar jtv I Ta4 4-acsa
Vrant as ptleae hby ip& vIenw hd it +: .;0aa-" ,c- '**
toid fcu*dod pitt &. 5i4 pl" Albm four &z Ai-Aermest -r9v a
inBptaltbei~kA' at ps-es- 3^ -3-.t stc;rufc two -ijpws..
beiBg eee Of thot v '.e -crd I bem t r O"W" W J ties. C j
Ainchn coITy. Vrzix.s. a:--j
WBta"I5 10 Rt.6 ofig -7 r" IV m it 4" A Ie*4.e Cdsist ve oft 4C-
AiinUaefa O~nty.. Florid-a. 7og.^Sssx -sf .* *- '*.
W-ith 4 &A&"s tap-.Et the tsw mhe sae bemaeUr&ad or O a1CW Sca4- W ty t "a day )erq.- A. I).
wiala.-'t-i be-id a*s4 or muc :? USStgc. rS T.
theresA as ay h w-nry. utii h. __ _
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-Items of teirest Picked up in
Town and Country.

H"- a -new Tis Team

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J. Wi Knight of Newberry is in the
ci ety.- .
T. -A. Doke of Monteocha was in
town Tuesday.
S Fr --had-they are excellent. J.
Hr: o. H l-'r-lA -Co. .
- Jd-g a d 1s Sjd-I. Carter, have
Sre.araed- from Oa la.
I &SC. Chambers of Orange Iake
was in town Tutesday.
C. J. Josephs M. in at his room at
SMrs. Norton's re&..eae.
A. S. Hutch.Lsoa has returned from
-: a basinses t,'in tor Timp-...
Fresh sbad--they are exelhent. 3J.
G. -Harred & Co.
Mr. and Mii. Wi Hol der of Wind-
sor were in tw Tpdasy.
The iSun Xb-afM ee for every-

J-. T. Stokes and Dr. N. I L a 1 i-
S ter of LaCrose are in the city.
The weather bureau prediets fair
ad Wan W erweater for today.-
'Engaged" Friday night by- home
tale nt will draw a crowded house.
W. N. Tillman- of Campvile is in
the city. He is attending county
S. A. Fewell, who is farming' at
Reddi k, came -o Gainesvi le yetr.
day to vte.a
0 H. Tilden let yesterday for New
York-, were he goea. to spend the
summimr with his family.
: Dr. S. B. Giddings was reported ill
yFj.terfa-y. His many friends hope
that he wiIl soon recover.
&CaJpt-. A. Carlisle -of the pho-
p-he-tefieadas si tel -city, the guest
S" i ohi family and numerous friends.
E. Stokes of Campville, an enter-
- prisng merchant of that place, was
-- amg GainesvillM's visitor .yester-

-Mr. ad Mrs. I". V. Bennett o'
Fa- irbanks were in the cty yesterday.-
They-have an"y friends in aines-

S- -.; : The election is over. The next
notable event Is the -play by hm
S talent the opera house FridaJ
;.i .-h-t- i t ,_ -- .
L D.. Bartles6B and -Walter Por-1
S.teof Jackspnville were is Gainesville.
Yesterday, the guests ofjelatives and
-friens eas- -
--ihas returned-- from-
Charleston, &C, where he has been
i .-: i after soe very important

Par Sale-Second hand phaeton, te-
.: -- e o erhanled ani nearly as good
S- ew- a Also newsetof iwtnea. Ap
plyat thisoflce. -U

in Gainesville yesterday. Mr. Bailey

The track farmers now look upon
^, .i the sisautir for this spring with re-
newed hc-. aad _Wit5 a feeling ofcon-
L dezrm I or ieccess.
Lvl-SmUlight blue enamel
- eb aiar aL ch et h wit pearls.
Finda rwil please retara to Mrs. C. A.
SCol-iough and -rc.-ive reward.
Mr. May of Dunnellon has recently
embarked in the mercantile business
a-- s it: ewberr.4 > I- --"- put lc a large
Su- e l -l- m seeded a's of goods.
S : B. S Pike of Jacksonville -well
SknoW: here Ad one of the ablest
v epre"ntatives of the wholesale fim
Sof C. WBartleso Co, is in the
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SA- M. Welch, who -has- been in
Hih Springs for some lume, came to
aiNSvIUe yesterday to vote for his
didates fr tre various municipal

Depty Seriff G. Strange of
e .wberylS. t e city. He is one of
Sheriff -ain s depues and came to
Gaisebville with som3e witnesses for

J. Hm Adas Almanta is inlle
city te "at of relatives and friends.

--f Atlanta sad Is at preeat connected
1^ swith the Sutbhw railroad.

The Earnt Workers Society will
m-t at tm residence of Rev. F. W_
Way this afternoon at SW3 Bosi-e."
Imporbance wUl be traOacpld.
Xrs.- Anie Brown, secretary. -
iTte ?*el- reeipts tor Gantesville
S- aa tues< ti d e i larger snow than
at tihs time aist sear, Independent of
t-: e wbolesae tra e. This speaks well
- or the bsiane interest of the city.
STherwas attaing rape-between
_. _em .tTraxler Sunday. The f-Bht
s uted at a Sueday school and when
II wais over 71it w learned that one of

A. Masitb. prortor of the ex-
oshi : brtck byard and -t fhuctort.,
attCaBpvTlle and themotblr ay Henr
Ti o Adle f- Wa:lisd Widsoer ru--

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all of-whic-h as to be forwarded to
Washington, together with the deci-
The raisiangof the water rate for the
Diamond ee- factory created much
comment yesterday and there weri
those-who believed -that -the council
acted unwisely in the-matter.- Th
rate was raised on the recommenda-
tion-of SUpt, BRox of the waterwork
plant. It is said that the proprietors
of the ice factory will bore a well to
supply the factory with water.

One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
overy cures all- Kidney and Bladder
trouble, removes gravel, cus-m Din
betis, seminal emission, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irrefulari-
tie of the kidneys and bladder i both
men and wome eglates bladder
troubles in children. If a old by
yor drgiMfst will be kv mall cma
receipt of #L W. _T fc MaU-
afacturer pstofficeboxdz
Texas ISold by W C Walaee
Glesinvtle, la.

COteea, Fl., Jan. 2, 19.
-This is to certify that after maay
years o suffering with kidney 9ad
bladder trouble, I have be very
Creatly benef ed by -te m oft me
6boul-e of Dr.- Eal 's Great Disrovery.
A woid to the wise is # mcieat"
and a wora from the -wise shoola be
tificient, bat you ask, who are -the
wire' -Those who know. The oft re-
peated experience of tr ttworthy per-
,aws may be taken or knowledge Mr.
W. Terry ays ChambeiaIn'll
Cough Remadjy give better itlac-
tion thum any other in the market.
Be has been in the- drag -bminm at I
tkiwoa, Ky.. for twelv. yews; :asI
*s1 ha-Udreo of botUl of a'is ree-tI
d Ln nearly all othur coah mlg-i
cles mauf1actared, which shws on-
riutveay tha Chaamberlai'* i tbe
i5 Sat iafactory to the people, and it
the be t For sie by all drgaort
andi meidcii dmiat-
Shake Int T~ust ham.

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Mrs.- M. ,K ewellen cf Coltmbu s
Ga. af ter a visit of several weeks
wit her herbr er,- J.. a Flewelle of
thr- eity returned home yesterday.
Dr. Sibley of Fairbanks was In town
Tuesday. -Tbe doctor brought a l.oad
;of baled Florida hay which was grown
and baled by him. It is of exception-
ally good quality.
Mrs. Ida Streeper, the fashionable
dressmaker, has removed to the Shel-
ton cottage o UniversityT street,
where she will bepleaed to meet all
those in need of work in her lin.
Mrs. CD. D. Schafer and daughter
Alesca, of North .Gain ee 6le, left yes-
terday to visit relatives at their- old
home in Beading, .Pa. Mr. Schafer
will join them some time in May.
Henry Davis* a student of Emery
College at --Oxford, Ga., is in Gaines-
ville visiting-his parents and many
friends. Henry has many friends here
who delight to have him with them.
Judge-Thomas A. Hall and son were
in Gainesvile yesterday. Judge HallU
is judge of the probate eourt of Nas-
sau county and his son is one of the
leading young lawyers of Femandina.
-B. -W Fontaine f Micanopy,--yes-
terday purchased from Miller &
Avera two elegant mantles for his
home in Micanopy. The mantles are
of beautiful_ design and antique oak
London Walker of ar-
rived in the-city yr his
wheel here from. Wilfiston. He will
leave here -today for Archer. While
in Ginesville he is the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Bodiford.
Alfred Davies has made arrange-
meats whereby he has employed ns his
barber shop three first-claass tonsorial
artiatS. He continues to improve his
service, and already. has one of- the
finest tonaorial parlors in the state.
The Express Refrigerator Car Corn-
pany are ready to handle all of the
beans tad other vegetables which are
to be shipped from this state this.
aptsing. Thi-ia- a very safe-and popu-
lar way of shipping .Florida vegeta-
.es.' -
Miss. Florene Palmer. and her
friend, MIss Kathryn Stepheson, left
yesterday -for High Springs, where
they will pQnd a ea days as -te
guest of Hully Palmer, one of the
clerks in the- Plant System eflices at
that place.
SA ne ice factory is soon to be
erected on the site of the Central City
ie' factory, which was destroyed by
fire recently. Negotiations are -now
pending and if carried through will
resnlLt in a newcompany having charge
of the enterprise.
The mid week- service for prayer
and praise will be held .at the Metho
dist church tonight at 7-.30. Subject
Qualifications for soul winners. The
pastor desires to extend a most cor-
dial invitation to the. members ad
friends to this service.
E. -S. Gaalden, I B. Yarn, G. W.
varn, T. B.- Haslcy, B.. Fiheu
Col. J. S. White amnd Dr.Cox, of Mayo
and Luraville, steamboat and t- urpen-
tine men, were in the city yesterday.
they were on their way home from a
business trip to Bronson.
The case of Camp vs. Stackie oeca-
pied the entire day of- the contest
clerk in the United-States land office
yesterday. There hive been several
thousand words of testimony taken,

J. F- Bartleson was born in New Grand Chain, ItL, July 27, 1S72, and
came to Gainesville with his father and family in 185& He- received his
schooling in this state, at t Florida Seminary, afterwards 'taking a com-
mercial course at the Eastman National Business College at Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., graduating there ino189L Hehas been prominently identified with
the business interests of Gainesville, having been proprietor for years, of one
of the largest retail grocery establishments here, as well- as 'associated with
C W. Bartleson & Co., who- were at that- time, the leading wholesale gro-
cers in-this part of Florida. -He has had much experience in the .political
affairs of the city. He was elected councilman n 1896 for two years and at
the expiration of that term, was re-elected by one .-of.- -the largest majorities
ever received by a candidate for that ofe. -
Mr. Bartlesais s uceessful in business, and his sterling traits of character
and business ability has been recognized by the people of Gainesvile.- Mr.
Baruteson is noted for his enterprise and push in business. He is now repre-
aeuntng the best and safest insuracecompanles in the wo* l, and his thorough
pluck and industry-made a complete sccee -of -the bkerage business, in
which he had been engaged for several years. Mr. B.areso has accumulated
considerable property in and near the city and he is strongly identified -with
the cit'a -inte -trest.
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It looks now as though Gailesville Telepone sabseribers wll please
would have a few silenta" members note the following changes and adli-
at Talahassee whenthe balloting for Itions to list: 36 2 rings, -Jwell
Usted- States senator begins A Laundry; 32 2 rings. Star Grocery; 32
number of prominent citizens have 1-3 rings, J. F. Edwards: 46 Dr. J. F.
expressed their-intention of being- in I MKinstry, jr, -room: 432 rings, S-.
Talhasee at: sjme time when the! offic; 43 3 rings, H.. H. H. M-reary,
fun is in progTress. residence;--24 P A_ Lancas-ter:- 31
Ron. 3. s Chubbuf this city is in Plaza Hoel: 40 T- L Stewart: 27 2
receipt of a telegram notifying him of rings, First Nationai Ba Z: 7 3 riags,
the death of his cousin. n, eorge Elctrie POwer Honse;27. 4 ring. Jas

For the speedy and permanent cvre of
tetter. salt rhemm and eczema. C:hza
berlaia's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal It relieves the itch-
ing and smarting almoEt instantly and
its continued -se effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itchb. barber's itch
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
"-happed hands, chronicsore eyes ano
,raMulated lids.
QDr.. Caftls i COdUlfk fOr
-wrses re the best toaic, Iblodpar
AdNvoA Pricwe. k eeutbv

n IrzE

A. Dickey. The deceased was one of f .- Uraam: s u. -A~. -Kobertson &
the most prominent men of the demo- Co-: 32 4-rings, Crawford & Kennard: j
rate in the Vermont legislature. He32 i -Mixson & Co.; 47- PoNT-t
was one of the moot loyal supporters OSc; rls s, Tbhomas stable; 9 3Es{:93I MVLF
of Bryan and the Ghicago plaform. I rins W- -E- Thomas: 9 4 _riags,
and only recently predicted Bryan'si Thomuas & Co-: 17 Odd Fel!ows Home.- Te Dixie Mosquito the
eleCtion in t19) in a letter to M,. A aiew card wi be -issued in a kw i best 'eetilation. having ed-ple
Caln 19WadtW anya Jee A. Goodwina, Manager. 5 feet *qutre., without !olds or cross
Chubb, His death was sudden and I -""-----, ar .i : .o i` p
adsties. the -hot air readtiyyewsaplag.
ocrred at hiu baaVe in Bradford, Vt. a w n the net being free from folds on
A tarttling incident f- which Mr. the sidesa-id foot omoe bed, the cool
Quait s John Oliver of .IPhladelphia,- was the air easily rushed in -to fill the vacuum.
It is interesting and istru.tive to sbject, is narrated by follows: Sold by
read bright and weil eonstrueted ad- I' was in a nmt dreadfula oodita.
vertr eneat. Mes. C. I. Hood &-, skin was a lawtL ylow, eyes s r-
Coof Saapia fame, musthaeeno, toue coatd, pein pcam 1ally I
been at a great feat and take en very ially growig weaer daay by day U W W
thine bhoe with them,. They Mre Three pyscia.n had ir- .e W ait- Side Square.
tusing r t~ibr lgh~tcriOCI Qf. qsrf st F~dortunatety. a friend advi ed tiry. -
sayings and proverbs as te. arters in j_ y an3 Btir t her : and tomb y great ss I
a series tf clever advertimetea decided i I rmr uv t cu |A I
herein the prooerbs are nealir trs.- atmir ase fo* Ar.t ei- r&. a sU" |i I
ed a4n paraphrased to the sU I r sa
Iaer. The pb"ir i h Is bre Vi "e -ra robbed tire of iao
adverisingr. as -emla z +bei s .e- -*1 -lc. fail fa to tm .o f T
proverbs and oe-. 'nup -Hdi-i. ^ LV-^ fORTHE B IT -T IEEIS

ChaMhe rUln's ol- C r a C an,- a ind 'a at -. .
Diarrhoe- Rem $ed in tk Wr "ete -- Be -a-.e s .d u e t at t a d w,. '-1 % -G^ O- .
.Eon rprie re t .e.rib wo- ad me triedo-'sedT -r. yS a._ S.- -n-i
to wrie this I c ag ly I Syrup 4 S+-ie I "|
s ever uwsd a yremedy aai to it for .:sothes fUe chi4.s f t .. a .UI
Mlic asdLaiiryrehoea. I have neverer5 aaye Paia, Vew" dc d i* 'i.-5 Zf EAA nl t
Sad to use mored tha o er twod.&e the best remn4y faor4Iarreta. Tes-
to c thewff et Aort zir M.% -- s D-'yi Go% at o *
chdrea. -W. .A-p STriol Pnpoumop semi : --. g o i- . I
|Ciy, Md. For se by ia e drg-ssMoya eeaT Hlt wfaissdT.n Saai,-
C h F -_ S*k &.. b fir, a t 1a : *-I
a"d zwin d _m +aio rr a i u a.y +
faw.a I CIA ox 'tC0" A
TWi are~iU-th r h7see Uu mea f*rt trwhLe wrf e hv4
CA STO R IA ^1lr t ar ^ &Ulm fo rhenAmax
fuse jrit Vanaao. W_ 3 Crrin 1,
1%14 Qrkr S. Y.
r YmCAhans at && l sac one of;
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He Wins By a Majority of ThirI
ty Votes.


RBotoear oB, mas, Miller and Davis are
elected Aldere-Te letion VMer
-Quet, Thouah the CoLtet- for Kayor
and EaarsI was Bard Fought-An
ElecUon With Soeae Surpriaes
The city election, which. occurred
yesterday, was not marked with any.
great display of outward interest -or
It was in many respects a remark-
able contest. The vote for aldermen
and Imarshal was a great surprise.
-Everbody was-of the opinion that the
vote between GPraEer and Davies
would be close. The majority of sev-
enty-one received by -Mr. Granger was
a feature-of the election which no one
had predicted.
The vote for mayor was not surpris-
ing so far-as majority is concerned. It
was the general-opinion that the vote
would be close. Both candidates were
good men and have been residents of
Gainesville.since boyhood. This, to-

gether with the fact:that. there was no
isa.e involved in the campaign, led to
4he belief that -the, vote would be
The candidates who had -o- opposi-
tion were not accorded the full vote,
as is always the case in political eon-
tests, The vote for clerk-rand treas-
urer, a asessmd collector was below simply because many did not
iake time to vote for those who bad
no competitor in the race.
The vote in. its entirety wasas a fol-
Mayor-Bartleson 179, AmnLons 149,
Riggs 16.
Marshal-Granger 19%, Davies 127,
Cromwell 24.
Aldermen-Robinson 235 Thomas
-230 Miller V09, %Davis 183, Wittatoek
171, Ernett 133; Avera, 130. -
Assessor-Arnow 268.
Collector-Ellis 270.
Clerk and Treasurer-Dell 27S.
The newly elected marshal has re--
sided in. Gainesville for several years
and has demonstrated his. capability
to fill the position. He is fearless and
sincere and will make the city a good
The newly elected aldermen are all
good men. In fact every candidate for
that oice- was- a good citizen and
would, if elected, have served the
town with great credit.
The election was a quiet one
throughout There was no disttrb-
ance and no yelling or disorderly con-
duct during the day.
The total vote polled- was 370

A. i-anat, SiipI;, Safe bAt .Effctftal
care fer it-
Catarrh of the stomach has logi
been considered the next thing to in-
The u-nal symptoms -are a full cr
bloated sensation after eating, accom-
panied sometimes with sour or watery
risings. a formation of gases, causing
press~reon the -ilungs and heart sand
difficult- breathing headache, fickle
appetite, nervousness and a general
played out and languid feeling..
There is often a foul taste in the
mouth, -oated tongue, and -if the inte-
rnor of stomach could be seen it would
show a slimy, inflamed condition.
The enre for this common -and obsti-
nate disease is found in a treatment
which causes the- food to be readily
and thoroughly digested before it has
time to-ferment and irritate the deli-
cate mucous surfaces of the stomach,
To secure a prompt and healthy di-
gestion is the one necessary thing to
do, and when.normal digestion is. se-
cured the catarrhal condition will
have disappeared.
According to Dr. Harlanson the
safest and best treatment is to use
after each meal a tablet, composed of-
Diastrse, Aseptic PepsiL, a little Nux,
Golden Seal and fruit acids.
These tablets can now be found at
all -drug stores, under the name -of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and, nmot
being .a ptent medicine, can be used
with perfect safety and assurance that
healthy appetite and thorough diges-
tion will follow their regular use after
Mr. N. J. Booher, of 2710 Dearborn
St., Chicago, Ill., writes: ''Catarrh
is -a local eondition resnlt;ng from- a
neglected cold in the head, '-,hereby
the lining memjabrane-tif the ooie be-
comes ir.fijmed and the poisonous dis-
chartgetherefrom, passing back into
the throat, reaches the stomach, thus

Medical authorities irescribed for me
three years for catarrh of the stomach
without cure, but today I am- the hap-
piest of me after using only one box
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet&. I cari
not find appropriate words to- express
my good feeling. I have found fi eb,
appetite and sound rest from their

Stuart's Dyspepsia, Tablets Is the
safest pteparatior as well as the sim-
plest and most convenient remedy for
any form of indigestion, catarrh of
the stomach, biiiouanss, sour stom-
ach, bearturn abtd bloating after
Send for iook, maitd frt-,e ona ston-
ach trotubhes, by addretssing th: F_ A.
Stuart Co-, Manrhall, Mich.- The
tablets can be found at all drog savref.
Tbe-tore a Branuen, Fra, beio.g-
ing to the Husband Bros. of Melrose,
was completely destroyed by fire re-
ccntly. The loss to the m-rchants is
enormous. -
A Frigttalf BIKuder
Will oftec case a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cat or Brtaise. Bueklen's Ar-
nica Salve, the best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cores Old Sore, Fever Sores, Ulcer.,
Boils. Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup-
tions. Best Pile cure on-earth. Only
25 ents a box. Cure guaranteed, sold
by W C Wallace and all Druegists.

Skin Diseases.




Special Sale of

Screens and Bric-a-Brack.

*).o> 4 fold Japanese Screens down to $3.17-
$500 3 fold Hand PaintedScreens down to-$3.-- -
$..(mo Painted Fire Screens down to $1..
S $.5-o Easels, Oak or White, down to -1.75. 4 ;
$2.50 Screen Frames down to $1.75.
$.50 Screen Frames down to $1.10.
$ .5o- Folding Card Tables down to $1.-0. -
Corner Brackets and Shelve same discount Ao, -
Bargains in Rugs, Mattings and Window Shad ||.

Oar New Lawns, Piques, Ginghams and a -es -
Ladies' Ties, Belt Buckles, Collar Clasps -d-
oher .Novelties, .

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Turkey, Chicken or Meat finrt steamed
inCooker, then put in ovua to brown,
will hare a more delicious flaror, be =me
juicy and digestible than by the ordinam
mr thod of baking.

VWindow and Tioor ^reens,
Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezerm, Water Cod
ers Hammlcks. Mosquito Canopies. Ga oline
Stoves and all seasonable goMds in stockL

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|refpmer 1u take at- fi ic'tf ^us for ( tIOlT? an d eositk in (w te n ar
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And although we have recently passed
through one of the most sccessfnl Milli-
nery Openings in- our history, we still have
some exquisite styles in head-wear left and
will offer them at tempting prices. Thee
goods are not remnants, but are as stylish
and elegant as have ever been sold in this
city. Call and see them.

You Cannot Decive a Womai

In Dress Goods, and we do not try to,-bat
always are prepared to offer goods that sell
on sight Our store is filled from one end
to the other with materials for makingthe
daintiest gowns imaginable. Al yot ve
to do is ti call for what young want and y
are sure to get it


Is what everyone wants in a pair ofshoes
They think of this before -they consider the
price. Oar stock of shoes, for lad es, gen-
tlemen and children. is full and complete,
and we guarantee to please you in price- and
fit as well as quality of goods. We cordially
invite you to ca1 and examine our shoes
and get price s. -





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