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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

Related Items

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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0 seorge Gould Talks of Condition 1t Many Legal Hangings but No Lynch-
E ON O M t Oi.N. J April 14-. IN KEM OMPTITION J areul s-urvey 'of oudmitlons t now n of th fourth
ai.tll Ques Rap f t Qef r J r ud, -who has I LVr A a ,d inchester oth of tho now year. and thus' 1ir
BRise In Striams. Pcfie awd Wabah lnla coinesnIs c on i Ad Aft Ameritan & otton. within tho &rtate tnco tho year o0e04
that the ertegnt .- r. of prpn ^r ty ad.
AT .ivI.chhf prcs, erltyTE
HES AT KOXV.E htcth R L-tit--njoyin will -cE RmVANG ACTIVE, The unusual length of tVe Interval
.tnue 16r at leasf-t adnotier year. s Since an instance of mob vlolenie oc.
.that Ternie_-4e -- ver Wl i *In ,all amy experience in the, west," Efort BeilIg Made To Have Cotton curred has given hite to much specu.
M r. 'ould .said, I have never seen. e l Mil atJon and comment among Students
eight of t1 5ty by Tueisday1 w .Ot l6ok a well as ttdoes tda.It .pp by nl. to Manchester [ of crime and sotu intertlhig thoo.
1wo Mouse. Struck by Light- Is still too early to .speak of cornor Go 'e to9 Save D,,ok. charges at LIV- rtle 1reo advanced thertor.
Sthat y. cotton, but'L the stll is thoroughly. ol It s asserted by sonie that the cai'r
th'ait wter-oak*d. tse rop ought . city of lynch0iig s I duo to tho plen-
Tenn., April 1"4.-An Un-* trive armtasngly.. T'he railroads wont Nw York, April 14.i4K1 eompet- titude of lekml haugitngs; that the two
b. rainfll ocUprrre4 h4re lastt4 have ah "I obie In movig "theL great 'i Bi oa been on1 fOr ome time rforns of execution act in an iintithoti.
1 this morning, and 14 cow wheat crop, but I thjik we will all bje -twewo Uvro "i pllld Manchester cal mtanner toward qiielih other, land as
The weather bureau r aaort short of -a i 4t tcal there is wt r l t the aporttilor of cot- o mod n a t othrmustd
as orf rin i~ t.ims in tp.... ttor f'itAme*tae, say iti T e Tribune' n nch oh -
eElee'e rtier itad its oml I" he ph)bylal.l condition it the t-0, 'esreep l t, It, is admitted oven The official records apparently sup-.
e afre $tlaing an -Iit is pt'edlet. -rn road, was never better than it is Verpoo l .nlhesir is rapkl po-rt th-is theory, for nioir death eefl'
Eb.y TuesTdy nig.t the river now, .- 1a'pe)rloti0r lval iid that ttnces htvo been handed down In theI
Ve reached 1.8 -.'feet here. .st '"I heard no talk of money shortage to t4 baem of otto are enow courts of Miealatpi during. tho pist
e were truck by light wile I wa the west. The banks hip d y to M eter instead year than during any two yoars ot
Samuel Oglewby who wam are holdi-ngt0 tMher o blnes in 1 poothe state's history sinte the war, anti
*1 AIt0 bed In one of the houttes 1;vamIts, ;nd they W z lV4e to AmW s 0 to t e nnti owners in cotlls have been moro prompt in '.
1ckei to tinc ? .lousnes. gHe on New Yqr '. jney.r .g.vyA *. Atli it, iJp A )rtin&l A.)oain ..aluoUu--ali. i)U..pu -
S dgerou ut ttces k r.I..rops. What I saw,I beeve M o have their shmeit. While, of courwo, there is
condition. that this p ttent oqf rawin'. on to forward by ai to tihe tIl' no tolling whe .or whero mob vio.
SY ork, e it is called, will be an u SQ to save 4ye p1 the dock and I lence may break loose, the showing
1 Condition at New Orlean. commn o<.oo wrmence inthe1 future.I Thfe town d4tleis aid othr charges. Man- thua far nimdo for 1903 ts one of which
O'lea~~a, April 14.--he river -western bankiersi haY their owus chewAter is alarmed ai the Optt(tp the law-abiding people ol the state art
'Went back to 19.9 feet today, a money to lendt t their. own pelle, toolation of that. aity has 4iwu juetly proud.
one4ti tth of afoot Work on th4 unless monay ho0ldy get so $igh it the attention -- the Master ottn -- -
sll. re.vasse ~, resUmed toy -Watll -streetd 't0ma iA L Itpritable 9 SiPiti!rtlatOin to vhat I terms SOCIETY WOMEN AT TRIAL.
e is promni~ -thet the labor will send it east. romi all indication, the dnetern etir m , o t l the part .of--
elent to (earry on the n1et t, cain ee a full *ye0 of prosperity Red the 0opl0 6f, LV00oI to prevent the- Mstrial Results In Howard Murder
'at -cloin "If ~he pretext -'trte for the Wst." hlpinpm a t Ameican tton to Man- Case at Athens, Ala. ,
line conthieu at Ho!ly Brook It Mr. Gould.referred to the St. I'u:lh-tbr. A jolnt meeting of the two Detur, Ala., April 14.-The triel
pected *tht within 'the next1 t1 exposlIton in Yery n1tlhilastli terwmh. Asoclatlong will be held shortly with of Rolrt Howa-rd for murder in the
oi ,two weeks, water wi rt He vled the ruds twiee and was a view t rouse ppthe LtmicashIro ftrt degree, which ha been in .prog.
cease ru t4u : th ~y the breM' 'very ittph impressed with what he o iton tr l .to ight the IAverpool ac rose at Athens, 14 riles north, all
w. In thlat teri will a i. tlk that t, will be the tion a..i eideaor to et Hplnrier to week, .resulted in a misiall, the jury
Wjiple tlme in 0 w 16 to sow theb alineA t fairIver held," he si4. "''Tw lileitst I dIrdp1t I PidOent. standing 11 for acquittal and one for
'n- wtis r... .n;L '' iinp on with the fair ni4d '----- hanging, The verdict was rendered
--to be brought to te attention of the POSTMASTIR GM 4$AL RETURNS late .ntnrday afternoon,
SWeather Cold In England. people of St. Lousa. Ose 4 that the ** tAst Huly tvoward- e Ingaed in a dif.-
SAA 4.-Severe r ty w ee he M. yne r W faculty wth a loal ball player, rnk
Wy d Pstroyed the water bank" oll- eed of a te t l t New Deictur idloon. How.
I. t was bitterly cd, 4 degrees other tportt t th Wasit, April l.t -Postmaster ird cilma nauer struck him thi~me
fa .t being registeredd in many palrts adequate tipnoptation facilities to General Payn, returned to Wa iington blower on the head with bras a kinucks,
lAh country early in the morning. and from the an rm ground. it. I4t0e t -from his WestJdii eise wth when he, Hloward, drew his revolver
Swas followed by heavy: now- seema to have done absolutely noth-U StWrotary Moody and alty. Mr. Mid fired two shota. One shot struck
'ms throughout the north a td the trag in thi mattr.' Paynie's arrival twa anti~psted w 3i Bauir and he llved idn, while.aome snow tell in Lon. 1 considerable .iterest in vipw of the t. Howard was a Loulsville and Nash,
-and. even so far south as Dover. JE.UP EXPDTION. veslgatlon of atitrso of the postoffce ville conductor, and hl brothers,
S""'** departmierft Which Jha teen 4i vrog. Jeme and Dlaute, of Rirmingham, art
NONUNIONISTS SEIZED. Jtesults of Samei Are Reported To Be ret byls direction, arng his ab- qu!t wealthy land have pared no ex
....". .Satiafactory. soene. p-wr to a ive their brother.
--ly Toaken From Stetamer by- New Yo*l, Aptl 14.-Morris K. Mr. Payne, however, has nothing to I'r people side at CUllman andr
S- A Union Men. Jup ,. iho proved the flnds fqr say regarding the inv-estig,tionh. 1 are also quito wealthy. Th4si hal
iffo, April 14.-Four inonutlon the Jesup'eope4ttlowto northeast Asia spent the morning at hiisbotel going been one of the moat noted cases to
. -am fosr the purpoo of studying the na. over matters that have ,oeuanutited the history of north Alabtnma,. The
te i llam E. Mack whi tivs id giatherinlg collectios of their during -his absence. The IJvestigation ease wlas taken to Atheno, Llmestonas
ve from hiago late last night, implements said today that he was meantlme continues and a large corps county, on a change of venue somitc
x returned to the boat by the po, perefetly atisfoe with the results of of picked postofce japrpqotor, hnom time ago, anmd It ws proven a -n ob
to '. l'ri'ank Bsl\ak, a~ "Ad_ the exped4tlon, He. declared: boring about 15 or 2(f .m r mWitkig a attenmptod to lywnh Howard while he
Swas- reportedmisltsi was "fond "Wht .tiee tr0 amount to rt e searching inquiry Wito the various was in Jil here. -
li theco boke de in ole.pled i na the path phasee of the InVstigation The sympathy of the entire county
s 4s a" te l be o f the o by'tRuls"lance olethle I *e of Limenttotie 1i with Howard and a8
I. 0on men in, sm ll boat i'wd ca t t, I kW t expetiton EDICT oY CHINA'8 IMPRCES. toien or more society ladles attended
.0~t h. been. .Se stuil, f the tolleon the tHral dlliy,.
Sm'en-be trs hr ow being made read Rapal Comprhensive Stamp Txs. -
S Before the Mck had been for th etibit . TROLLEY CAR HELD UP.
Pckbo.406,1io..en.the ptai tion cheme of Yuarn4h-Kalf.
c t 40 m on men, the raiA ls of a,1 t the weor rst ded on makin Pelin, April 14-.' -h dT wger d old Work Three Masked Men
,sd sli e th rail of eexploU 0 iI govern res has i d a edit ro.e ailn thle h
;t nf otf. They wprefouind lt meant aistd lr every way. e comprehbestve stamp talnxon schemelo
0e ,hldqua4rtif r of the unsiot n adWl I melf ook o i-Kn,- -r of t--het C.liag. Aprii rl 4,--'thre miSikiw
.7the be-adSut te Roli cim af- province o ChWA, was b to ti wolu men dd up 4 t reet canPar tl rfloi
were relied. Que of the men e gurate tbrouglout iii i tHie, Tlh park-%n d robbtMl sevot ptason'gvet, thoi
id been ilW.reated. t borl t The fin the poverty of the people conductor and. the motorian of $100,
ARRESTS MAY NQW FOLLOW 1S. ty..S e With the outry, t, hfor th e Ot l glt. wath and soae w he ra.
-RM NW O LSti d-i(' enemties proctured theb pr.u near tSarwmento venue. One kept i
ivlestgatlon iinteo CharDe: Ageil .nst -"h os.e tb ArAhademyL lSe 0pos of crippling his pro.a,0, reforntm, guard on those frat platform aind' ",l
danhsttan Postoffice Oepartmect. f On.,of the contfiplnd ectsm on the rear, while the third enter
Newr York, .April 14---tesleU iti Me o.oe tl a ever Vai a be tl6eoposel plan woitl 1.ail t be o to the rar and ait the gt-t of a revolver
Smthe e lmrtet.imae asht thTh s S @ai'wd ~ p^liish dt, a e e hons anb. atte tomoe dep.rt.mnt is e. 'ts Md,.Jo d., sond to despite miinor, oalclain oi vsluhid-s.
.. to have idvaced to the point .t M. re 1sr '*k IA L "ohet -ruge perquisites. The degre I. o0 TtThe only woman ion the car h-tl Ol
. arrests will come. Secret service l't io the doaager emprest' cldbeitulde f,0o her kgntc.s. praying for umrcy, bu!
hae Wiarrivedb hreftrO Wealh e* ,.. the poorpeoplesvtneAlc.'ythlotiy without raiil.
and.Jolied. the -etectiveg who harve i ew A ad I mty I ud. S 2 t she has bee 1k The [ttCr was rott eiptd to Uth'
SseoMretly stanebta the utietry for Welf. A$kPft 14.-.'b new Amerie'. The court w il return tni its ntvi potlc< for some hours. and ilo ctle i ::-
i1pat i'lvte ilys. The isewtcoi ers bannOalt9 ie-. sUIpulat*li tht the cy tO the weiltern oollntry \Wv$e5iiM y iitd sbeen- fouyld to wbat ha the bothd h t uit1
oer orders fro" Pret Assistant mea wha ii t< a llI sojourn, at the hulntisr p*brk. A up of the -i-tld In (Chlreio itce O" <
.... n O rli Wlh1Oie aed dollars at the $tel m sh:art railroad iin-st h ,:ufl -between
desspat4h s tbe y waer .a fr la SA) rc w ta w main Hnte and the a5tl to convre Chess Game by Caer.
Theenwegi-ttn resneea to to to eA pme the erown princess of ITU, Manls, York. Apr. l1 --4 e big h
h *1ke4 ws0e mr..t. tnder q teo e i k ' t.... who Ia visitin tu tthe t hshMttti (themS 'ith,, whiE u p
-hl4iiei sWts'stn Ces club, 'Ii s
on fe.t.o Pones a t o o pr I rived today, says that t e

ee 'oNe -oU, April 4 pit be played byW esblet#it
'2m sl it tie pa eastse of o pagreg,4* it prties otf .tl.e two liub,
te irSS tI*R#I0 sTtd hleShs, of whkch 6tr, D l sI- @le o n thbe wholt . Ti5 a^
to prs to oY Ser p^ r l tt e bbi asteritus, b tvted the4 *N?ore he played f that ied ..
Moo. lat ~ r. Mas V Ma-i hof ;lde( or "m a sl' y i ad Jl ,~ Apr* l l4.-. e 'tO1 thl *y e... meso th a d' aset mo th, -
sI' I -- 0 ,h *,O x*Moitu
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f0e h autek1 Osneerne RaJded
hit(ll Apsi 14' ietecttcver rmitb
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$4.,':'", "It"
800,000 People Poolke
sailles Thoroughtaes.u
Loubst Made Soeveral peeohe Mainly
Exprelve of His StUrdy Repubil',
an lsm-Minor, DiRtu iins SetweR
Soclalilts and Army Adhrti ':t, ':

bet arrived today from Ptai oni hi:
way to Alger att fer* 11
tinuous oviatona alonim4 tt t reti t. i
lreadi+anthll party iWVs."t; Iby t;h
elvil and mtlttary AuthO4lti:e andi WI
escorted tto the prefeture, where SU
official reception wi held. A .erot
estimated to have numribred ,000,
persons ptackod'the thorotghfites SIt d
gave the president 'a *tt1lWA tli
groetiu.n A granUd ba qet at the
1)u inr Ii theo day M. La t.ibot. mai.e mw
eral short speoehe, tbainly proi
of his sturdy tepbtellims. .
)Only one minor titurtiiibne
ported. Thla wan boetwn a group
Socialilt agitatoyaipd4 a number o< d4', a
hoi'orts orf the ruliy. ~tlbo wer e5
changed and) the polleiU ltterteiod. Eli |
pom:wonai wore Injured, three *of the
rati o:r seriously Thli ai chiflly d 4e
to the do1naeloeti of th liqe .,<,r# in*
terrupteti the popular demnonitratto
to the preoldemit
Sunk by Dewey at Manil-Rlig
Skeleton In Hold.
Manllta, Aprll 1.,-Thi
Raiai ClirlstrI., ha.tttiPlp 'of .
Monitojo, which wa suink by
Dewvy tit Manills, waiN fo i
beachtel ye torldayy.- -' kel
about 80 of her crow wore fotilo 4
'no sktsleton. ovihetitly wait'!
an ofllcor, for it had a woriby
ildo .
Trhor, nre 15 hell holes in th1 h4bll1
of the fRIinal Chritlna, OltO ittaAe b!
,an 8-1t'lh lguln, nd thet oitheirk il.
The main inJetlon val t k tmhir.t...
tthowtg the shitp was onAttled wihen
Admiral Montojo abhandl4utA br.',i
hull Il In fair condlitlOn,
Captain Albert R, QO UM l, OO@tWR
1.4t1 the naval tation at t 1 lll
oharer of the r(OmAlst -of the -p IS

Spanish roeldeunti, Art er *a to sp
the retains to lpint and it is *.
tested that the tfnttetl 5iftMete lg
port. $unmer coveiw them to Spl. by
*way of the iues oAl In J lino...
A wrocktln comp.nya I4 .o4n0*0a s2g
to ralo> all te Itinkoen Sp.illt) W*
William Villaneo, FPmou I .lignti
CaleMIator, Is Da. ,
Trertueo ?. 3., Aprti 14.-W inyJ ^
Vatileae, the falltots lIghteIlg lI
latir, whO oOuld do anyo tiiu I twl
Uatlotil e.lalultltn menflft~r a4 rlt':
out Me 41mtaznt's libuttalon in d4,
Lg, 00 a yicr. About ~ i ti 9 S I
be wetaken to the ta b*Ke l t q stiit.
flrttig with a severe atti. t)l tatt. b+r
Hlvied to be th- mi'Rutt o in wort
VslItare could 4#g at tO e tsl t
<( any .o th.N klehtte al S*ore
fi4 then beAi t e by tng Intl,
etmntly any d4IfSA4M 1 t 4'n n -
He could noIt eetW bltory,.
btt wt44 *4a t alter ga*t
wlhuttt tev-el *Sht e
l :odi. Wph5 lastint5 agir to
seaC qeitiOlMi e ttltlpblda 31i.8$
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Atlteetc coio LUi. Ofrsi ou,. VQ py
he A oat Ie a Railroad,
i y a VItoy will ariticpatAte i one way4'

0a t -olph'' i s, ,ttesk4tp* 'orpt 0
h1uuts cni a en oins of th ie in of thry

Oie;, to tie following p ,i Fl
ft~itk 14 orgia, Nor :h .4 South Oar.
t ao bttlezn, o'r to wel$ the omnpety nr
1 protai an authorized stiketing ronto,
Following rateioIs under .ondit.ons
athe stsd*iard one

,Sgpoi evaoe wa0 or
S$1, I900h Augns01 4 'd 18, 190i 8ept
t.ier and 1 t, 1908 .October-t 6 -an
,O7a4Q; November 8 aad 17, 1ot03.
1 Con i y u passage.r .

+ ~ L i'; e I ~r somIt to f tkie staple crops in
A-ll dee eabe opd smnalo fiuits,
po h pears, grapes, Fis, orange,

Sia t 'os wira r^ 5 It,0 ater:'0t1 :or,
. 0 4 at, s a14i, ther ains, tobhe cco, 0 c cotton,

pe ants, l te a, d" '
The policy of the Atante Coast Line

S arenw8, ,.: ciherd -prodot n .T te
qApohe nal!r7tS o i she best po. lble
-it. t)v p ofQ 5h country is there' f

Sibunbae of giw eCe and rish

l '~~'And '40 te

wstorarutattty. ^

Tison Retuirna: Tht
"i 4tere to tharkiltti;hel
sters tha-t hittport)&
topn~i of yeatorday a-wd 1
^^O~w.^ttt' lUpw
lye no ll 'efeietp
'e vote against me,
ptl *etle it thie p

,;~i!ir' ^ '.Y. v
rtt ote rebilived in w

'*s*~ Soothhina

I ea ak e ,- iN It cited :to
f6rmaStion In detail about
.y of the Atlantl' Coast

wa' of eabbard Trainsi
ca-id Mr ine r.ilway an-
% *liel# $*eboed New York

41" rtY t t..
ag t e a 12i0 and Jaok-
Scontinue to opa

*nAAt* Pil w0th.
2zlrt e T'taht
t8g Matt! Trhina No,.

p.equfppo with

Mhsir 2jn tI ill tho.
ite 1 ~the setaiiboL Va le e

R 5IOnS 3a-ut 1,
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, U. D:, :.:,. .n i ,.,
ieettig at ta
ornan Tthtrdaw
at which a full
i0*eA'R.. rieii
^ ^ rfa,, *. ; '.-'.: ':. ;. ,;, :"* <.'

I-t .toiefed The "e t a~otee0A

etd cl~hAuge with in4r!,as ow
pI~r lai ono to tae aertae w oa

Ylrk. Apri 4-rri kok
b;p| #t.f t Arse ti*ea4tr at4 ri1toer,
ee t.1ari 3 :Bfr oren mm nuthf n as
1. t b en1r4 derathi, hi neanp
t6,ilevela i 0i .; It,.wa 6
Sko wh drov t;JIllen wlhe, he inse d
'i. -brM's 'record of 2.h .. for w.b .c
event e trained tile hpors'ethre years
IlliCiok .ft eiv.ed his'r e4ticatipdi aa s

,Master Piekle f I think thatif webtt
out of th* room Mr. Spooner would kiss
you. -a.
S:M Pirckles Qsternlyr-Leave:o tb
room this lnstant. you tuiertinenW W
Ift 4 tot of tn belnlW li lo#e If a
tinau dooeb't iare i e Isavt' any ton,
'ey or hlds t, ilo.--AtcnuOm GQlb.

onlO a aunmba of proreh t
a. *'v;tt and En gliea 64i'ntief.,

'l .oorpor.teOl
. ] E. VOE, Mtanager
Get an abetract os title to landi before
bytnii. After psyluw the vlcbftsa
-lboney thber Is oftvn no r.. rets oor tax
males and t 1in eld yor a as a

Manan A" Typewriter.


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*rea er- Py Zpe r. D .
1D*eired to All Parts of OCity.
: Satlsfaotion Ouarateetd
.p0i.. t llttentlon to to e C uie a. lanstrels
and- oser traveling troupe,
... utimr partie. eto .



:.asCwttletmK Fb*rry 16th, Eat-
lag April sos. A
Frw Chair Unirn
S,:. Fastf0 Trn.

o. l FBr Dw [e.. Pass .,


L15, -1903

Tike The Atlantic Cc

Or"lo Bia os

t#Q^' V ige Jfwsbonvtle
Rapid Transit and Unsutrpass
Time Table in effect February 6,

ied $8

.J:O pam High Springs, Newberry and Inter-
SDaily mediate Points

12;87 pr OcAla, Leesburg and Tampa, and
Daily Intermediate Points
.2:40pm Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville,
Daily North, East and West
t .4 nn I i izhh Srrin~s Savannah. and all Points


North, East and West

Rochelle and Micanopy

DMally -i a y
7:20 p m a8III
0 O .0:ala, St. Pe ersburg, Palat ka, Jacksonville a.


145 p in


p in
^ Daily
D5 ail.,

nterchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 13,000 miles ofamciaoighe print.
oipal railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal lent*.
Though Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via At latle Coast
Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. OOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Gainesille.
,FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agt.. W. D. STARK, Trav.'Pas. Agt.,
188 W. Bay at., Astor Bnilding, Jacksonville, Fl'.
H. M.,MERSON,Traf. Mgr., W.J CRAIG,Gen. P.$At.,
Wilmingonington, N. Wilmington N.

o t onsideration PROMPT PAYMENT oP LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit 'a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident and Health lIsuran

--Agents for the-- .

Victor Safe and Lock Company
-! r-oinnl ati 01Ooio. '
The "Victor. is the host safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORI


Jaokoniville anc-(I New YoP.r
Calling at Cl .i rl .-. ... ; .
othe Piest Steamships in he Coastwise S6o,-
Clyde New England i iUid southern Lines
Direct Serviet It ltwvn .\CK-- 'N VILLE, BOSTON and.A
I NtE. and All Eastern Points,"
(aling lit ( Char, stqj both way s,
Southbound. ... ............
Northboud.. ". i rm, Lewis' Wht.:, ~ on
Fm r om c a t.. Fo.oa O ipini

C1yde St. Johns Rver Lie.
Stopping at tPlatka. \stor ,st I i .-. d,) a *(, au ndn .. ed iate
teaL and ."h.T ':"r"'l ^ 1,* a,,d), and la m ediatLe"

pin^ ^ fg ,. ,i h* E-si E. ..,:.
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V' t`o... it
1 tho..di tftm Tt ~
re. ready to app
T h elyhld
6arsal last ..g18 0 d 0 'g
At ol very' ie. I
IstQb, progranz,,
entl .:Dust,# iU0l0tt,% :
eses $'ennllrp$ SWtijr,
uotaOiypsay's Wt*iOtaoi 4\
,on,, ".Wanted-Wit-Mr. -a
ot% Vhoruse,-'Ain't it a of thte
"e 'Eva eating "Ohbiken" wom
Saboo Treea,"i so Pleae
Sarid Let Het iIleep," tfr S
to Get Up.Early in Morh" .-
1.0lle Guards' Quartqtte. ..J
professor at lHonme" -Misses
and 'Goode, Meassrs. Burnett I
og- -r. George yner. ,
t.eintal Solo, p.eleotlon, Wag-
emio he role"-Hr. Wil- .
heeler. .
SSolo, "The Plower Girl," ita
mental Duet, Sans"Soonctit`,"
eette-" Moonight Wi ll come
t' Th0mpson-Mra, Denby, 'Miss
l], Messrs. Wheeler and DePass. .SOUTH -
t4ation Mr. Byron .Mc*-. West. oih
itioni--Mandoin Olub. Highest
Solo, twitih _Volin obligato-
Pmpsey and Mr. Gles,
l Me, Pretty Maiden," from A Oompl
ora--MilsesDuke,Jernli#, Da. arnd
p "dd Dempsey, Messrs. .Burnett,
d y,nWheeler and Tyne. *
tful Attack of Whooping tough. l
tEllen. Harlison, ot 800 Pork
anaa City, M.,. writes fol- X L
O6nr two children had a severe
k of whooping cough, oAe of them
Spaxrxysnulof. ghing would
paint and bleed at the nose. We
everything we heard of without
R lag Xre.Iet. We then called in our
ily doctor, who prescribed .Foley's .
a~Ofy d Tar. With the very first Olej
tiheOy began to'im prove and we
*tht It has saved their lives. R. .
isthjbatitutes. gold by WC. al- -
'd"drug tore. .
OliMn Syndicate's Repretentative
Scking Opt on. o 1246 t
lb N. C.. April 14.--Thepto ....
b b'J. T. Sheets, of ort. Noir
4'a., on the state's Interest In the :
[er land" In Jones n4d. .Onal1_l_
| will exipoe May .. .
tract" embraces S056,7(154 __re _
csclo i'. by both the state an d
o4dt44helr A. su it was com* n
4 wherbeby the- states ha a
luere0t.- the laaa. Shat e "" i
-e option on the state's interest
eH. Buirrows, o.& 'lawyer of
and, 0., came hOe presenting J ";
trh tyutate that d Vas to g
;&-iht-dl Sheet option a the .Iter- .
etr the syndicate watita to dowl
u nmense tr-i, which blre
det~ment ho not been dlaclose0. ;........
S Bronic Bronchitis Cured. I;

teI. years I. had obronse. bro,,

iluA, and 1 am now eoir at f the
, On my recommondatlo mny "
'tha, ased FoIey't iobey tail-
7A tw "gt ,. A ." t -e on." F W

|', an .I *am' rd ah
aL* .... n* w Ia .

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d i8pfc d ra^
h.IK ae or ,,N~



0. 8. MEBB!ANr &OO. -.

ple and Fancy Groceries,

orals, Barden Sd and Fertilzers.
market prioe paid torO l*ken. Ega and other PruoA '

ete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats Bplourt Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed.
Ry.. We hande only tih.rV1Y B eS good4-at the LOW
EST. PtRIP u 8 9n g.. ..iirnts sat4 'raot on alWysy.


Ie Brothers'a Mail Order Hoise,

Wholesale, iq uor Dealers.

a of Win. J. Lemp Brewing pany St. Louis
J. 1 g pny H St. Louis
Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty. Prices
on Application.

~31 ;

oi258 W. Adams st.,

ii .


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777i~i ,

Jacksonville, Fla.

t y N ie sot t f COl'
ag411-1 other frul and i etrt w bw t
Taol4, atso sai e o tbfUltffrowwrprtrouter oetn u0 lit. well -
tt, aoit. ramo, 10 niple ttnn two,)er-oa
oenah nllmuii, i tnd ilonnBe it. I will .nioon-
ftr ( ip ,(ursablt 5151 oihi s
lranild ,pollsr A nd *lt mad envelop.
bV to ty ,tey xpre m1a5 order.
w lt ad aguwrant.,-< t a osse or
refu i rmony. IWOnt i< t i l U
trot t.aju $ I .lte pt,. Ie' own tntrS
tosn bea Al of ornf t vt. oi 1 lNmb-ast
wS O R**for ti s nir Of o itS ore for
tirse ream., oor ort If yo f tm Sf nion
use.t. Sare, sutre, a ll B I eal,, 'Try (
S t '"i4 ha, ,totIea a 'elII $aori ra
'p sbtt paot, keate Iat ay ya ltf. al
lS $tthnDat lke you did i #, Ir rn
mot AM tl, abu tthi i<- 4W0 0BA uao w
you'i .It you iItn .to t a U,,el 4
rB10 ASoSfbt ae l ro' n1ot. ria- v Nff (or tho
titottst Or Yotuzr owe l $ u., 1*0..' ,tutma~ y
Omiiet. It eoinewt ,tt; 1 not, rev 14 to4'aL Wtr 14P
:1..1.WIV44AMf. Ue4*r k?, W :: .- "

4 f oraate r ao e all1 irtvwg,
El.drtic Bolls aed BrParlAlarus

A' errite Light Wiring a *polsaty.,
AM work 'la'an ted i Ir <
with ih outhboatern TJrritrl< #'n.
i lM ..tM^'floudmu r. r avl d stor, .
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Coipoudinog Prcrlpt ons
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Me1n A ....

th 4 tested

o I took fi
^ h" k ifo
thts months to
:ly o^-n q relief as,
1 of Cardui
Is Black-
tt Qapniotni medicine ato
V nfi.|t : l liver and
c'WhI asMts greatly -
am ; It you ttako thesa.
as b4o~iR4O 4di 'ctions, the
Sou l t i "ia 80pl m0'So0o cases
1 i d othe" take longer
hh-rul? n longer.,
t ho w Sn ndert took Wine
Shasheslth". The samam
,.etee y ti-day. ,
,,*u rin wonir "
Who Wetx ardu .

H.eMCItlTTY] 40.
The OnjiftterR.

S E4TA B1,I,18E1)D 1880(

Alacliua Co( unty

,Abstract C '
B. R. COLSON, Manager,

Thie question of Titl n a,
first <'coiloderation ifor he
., Ioventor...

Abstract of Title
To any pleoe of ilnd In
t Aclichusi county fnru"ihed
on application.

Anid all nialter concern.
fIn the redemption or ui"
canceled lax ctrtifllateb J
attended to promptly.

QalneSville Kichine Works
Oan turn ani strstghten wholo lenagtih
of Shifting an: 4 tlpo4Jutti.g
up to2 i~t (hes.

P. H. WBSTGARPrpI, uad lr.i
IJO I. JI>a(.I I'ru J. W rtWt o wkiNM, r.

' 5t~tmfrtiurs or or

< w a jppst ol t rytnswotrtj'rwte .. t.
"*t4niiT Jkw fid *.

* Jt *yicrivi d r aswa rnl
tIna KlIN(a Fi(t ." od Othlpi
BICLeSttw Aritfi rUat rvaooi


H. W.Hlat.
a I i%-- O! # i j |


South Side Square. .

b ro

n loct. aoro the

oivnz assniiaan #w avitv~ozt

Correavof4deno RO~iU.
a'*. 'On~ ?l].I^\ '^
In at Rp AmaOwd,

We buY or son yutr o hoan q( O t
with tiol (tha on mwttul Qpote wRWQ
amoto and fe 4 1. 4

a ')Ioo r saXt AR Ar t on w ___________
41X. *pA'AND, -

A grnt for 4 C ) A T RSt'P W Am ol*, N

0140. U. WAKVII "A BIAMElI ?i

*-A4-02 ON'YB.AT.LAW'
Jackuoniylle. Flovidl

4-OAFE n'imln

WM. SaOutf1tL, PI

iropf1 otd.

1a2 W. VForoytl lt,, Jnkionvl, F.

'Best dining platu iIn oill ty. NP FI
Vines, Liquors ua.d Olgars. .
T H.E W.E13T .KND,
FINE WINES, 1,lQUOtS & 010.
JOHN IMrN'AU '1 rl. P.rorIe ...
9l1-21l W, lWay Nt,. 0o00k"uvn 1o, 04)"
Faust beer, bottle nlnd draughti
fall to call on 1 mu wlhun in ut I sklt
-V1sit the-
The, les Ltiqunr in ta y. ''anartI.s
tatlnuent (very might ut ;Roto4n414
* r TIN, 8orD IIIfI A uII,, JA

8' ATtHNA (o).

NO Arend's ::wo-40
Uilne^wele. J?-ri 1.

rla*, tj L ch f$rCJm 1...t. .....l.

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O, F pNAStllllC ORIll

NP ,

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m!tetso ad Osti tfavI mm
Mat. .Iihl$.ta 4I m .1z/ ^,s. S"
uEblt, sod w it out tmwut

it t *l3. 1ttfersgeweo te
ID ..K E. ,, ,.10 ..
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D)rss well and keep cool with
our latest Negligee
Shirt, Suinuf(r losiiery, ummner
Ties and Ilats. A noew ilt of'
light. :vight clothes, no ja ittor
what shativ, is tho ting for thla
time of year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That aro really $1.60 goods the
world over. They are codl and
Fine Shoes
For ladies atu( genuts, and prices
Shant catch Lhti pursu. Our goods





t dehfig to w e ror. erM ait '
P1t^' 'i^ad 1e 1i i^ .' 4a: .

a 4 e tit h di us ,ig matters pee-
I" * 4------
Ai4 ~ ;, ~athite O Strikg Coin ,alz.,

epenses rand has presented bills for,
Aret *o o0ger a curilsfty. Weedless to say
the ,omwission:,i was ot made 'up oft
i4. ^'ex 00fi CO:'re"s
ii~t4 $"tor foke as. annun'ced his
opl| fon that lenqtEx Beverklge\ would.
oot accetpl'.y $1. the second place
Sth' nest tnatl ola.Uotiket." This 'Is
i i'c.. el what Beverlge ha.... be
Sthiniug f o i ome otime. "Great tmind.,.

S^7he7 ,peseni of Lg y, attd..

"Ifi g .i w a. :ou ,., ... ,pe h p ,
w~t~ldO a~t~s an4 iles potor
110 A4

ta hade advocated ab-
e in ree'ntO ars, but
prevent the Republlean
rating: aBnd re-vamp-

bseWoeia opposition to
s ,t0ok flight as soot
S tout thatrv they Wsi d

ft I this hC -fit td0hi fN'.
Sovernor exeroi*ed h i
ruuced the 'o ate, tax tot 1,8
It# Zthe ni to:,.0 $1|n* tim
)%,88, S SIX,
11 State 0nd *oountt i

i for the !aUs 8O whereas te books tl t P
ti have.t enr: b ,8,e 11,10

editor : et desired to eod*a4t
levies .ounde RIepbIltocaxm ,4
Sgone back to 'the years W18790
1870 (the 187 book Isnmissi'ng9 Y*4
pared the levy at, thooe ye 1964
ar Republican rult, with the levy
iVpast four years uadei Do4 .6
.ead.i'histratohs. But he .i
#)ogo The Sun will make te o"mI,
abu 3 for the bfdlt of te H ornet1.
^ an those whom he may have uun-
t(stonally doe ived. I it 79. the'
oblIoans collected 24 mill,, !2
, i 1478, 27 mil. l Iin i 4,
' mills II 18h70, an 1r7e
0 :mills for each :ea" v
the a verage tax colleote d,-*i
years, under Demo-
en to '1 ( )) ths n
u lae. ,The o"
r Sether or40

'4ae)c.* lstat*-

...Xa p 4. -ft- a
4 pte a
Mli: &i

4)0 44qtt. _________
Oreae -rlormewse promPised in the
It0e Departnent. Withot bank-
$ifg tioot ^inI ow t11 promisaes the.
blo ill gwait the results. with in-.

SMotufnrsbatolmo^f'What Qhsarbe
hea Remedy Can Do.
i' eof urcustenometi, a hligtMy .re":
Otedottitsen t thislace,. had been
or ten yeats a suffeorer from ehronio.
diarhoea",* writes, Walden & Martin,
rgtegiati, of Enterprise, Ala.. "Heo
hd used ,arious' patent preparations
an4 bewo t,eOated by p'hliyicians with -
(t er b m n
wpnthi~s' pJ. i Pommencead'' taking
Chaierolasn's oQlteo, Oholer and
D(rea emey ad in a short time
',Zmtiflt 'oute.): MIay imleisea|
o^ ^ueir(^ls~l^oknow thegeintlerman
o' by all drolets

'veqath Ad$vetitlst Conterenee Closes,
'o athe Seventh lay
eROttI ft i-c. Tan, t; rf ow
^tin oplAN'a t torbt conf a sere to b#
4Wce4 s follows President, A. 0.
l f Ja^ttt re^ek,, ati'ch.;' vie :
Jal , Cohra of Gdriaf ny.
'. t. ?scott. at tle rerk;,
ctr*etr, W A. Spyor, Iof Battlte

r . '*h ge" 'ral
St lot te m

Slla pi ua, es the cannot :
rr **a&.uese4 portion of the OrI
thero i< ul ein1e way^ eture*
eas, 444 4t^ I& botsisttioniu1
gaB W* "Onf the mw'oout6a
this tuabistagaI) you hato a rum.

ston nan batemrott and this obas e


t* OPtj e.a,'4*

air l 4 g ader shod ol8

lbpoeasoin tuhe prioe ft btead is
Eiie,: the. p ep
~ecte!to rejoie' at, the .great
Republeio0^tt prosperity.
overor CQmion of Iowa believes
Sthat..e ias ome for a re-ad6
itpnt ft the tariff.. Therefore, in
the Opntion of a, cabinet o0lce r, Gover"
nor 3tumiins' is "nothing but a Dumo-
.rat.a .
The attempt of some newspapers to
interpreo the President's Ohicago
aseeph as a rebuke to Admiral Dewey
falls flat when it is reflected that phe
.peech was written several da3s before-
Admiral Dewey kave his now famous

nterv wors

and o atr !riptibns1 besides ]O6.
apptii4, .,thit tired eo ing, fits of bil-
foustiS1, Indigestion i. d:headache.
Thie 'soier onbe gets ridof them, the
better, a(Ild je way to get rid of them
and to build up the system that has
offrd from' then is to take
HOod,'s Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Forming ii combinahttion the most
otfective alterative'and tonic mediciuie,
as shown by unequaled, radical and
permanent etres of
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Psorlasti Bolls, Pimples,
All kjlde of1Humior Rheumatlsm
Blood Posonlng Dyspepsla
Catarrh Debility, Etc.
Accept no6snbstituto, but be suro to
get ilbod's, atd get It today.

New Designs in All Sizes.

A Full Assortent, uluelding
his latest Pattenas.

Spring and Summer
-Spec Ialti t sa

Is ofteWd for the return of an hour lest,
set with 00 pearl, eaoh pearl set with
0 diamonds. YToing man, have you
eWer Oealculated how many of these Val-
uablew'ena b have lost in the last
month-the Blft years Don't while
yo~r away ,,but attend
A l tolikAWING

and take rmy word for i-- yoo will hare
rso regret oim ing to you. Day and
nighs cl ases om anerd let a tal k the
Iatteor ever.
W. P. OA ETT, -
lRooma 311 Mille LAW exchange,
~AlV I F .


i to their retto o i

,A*to e' .-R Z rW i "

wid. I
that A

... of bottled
because it

Bre rothe best Bare II
A, imported Hops and -i
6(st ed-for maturing) untl
ripe and most olesome.
T ", prdvct of

AnheuserBusch BrewingMn
*.. St. Louits, U. S. A. "
Brewer aJo offBlaC -t Tan, Anheuaer-atandard, Pa e*L*jaf
flaut, x*port Pal,' Exquialte, Michelob and Maltf/Utl*,D"
All Orders Promptly Filled by J. F. EDWARDS. Gainesville.,la

JAi. M. GRAHAM,President Gzo. W. R.Hypi, ViceP)re it,


C, Capital. ........ .... .... 50,000 0";
Surplus and ,Undivided Profits... 20,000 00 .g
boes exclusively f banekng business, with facilties equal to any batk in the Stats iUeints
the accounts of f 6rew, Merohant o.oorporatlons. etc.. Interest allowed
by speolalita eiiemht. All business transacted promptly. .
., H.,E,.TAYLOR. i
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Air Line Railway.

S SOcasDullu EraOTIVi JANUARY II. 1902.
0Its aOD p to ..v..............Janks-la,.... .0........
t 0 Pp It o p -.......................ald .. ~ 101
10 2 4 0p2 ....................... d .... .a.1 ..... ....... 1. o i T
11 40 0 1 .P 4 0 p Ar................ Wal .. .......... s.. L a.
2 o ..... : ......:' ........ .LE .. ..-......... Lv -.
S... ..... ..........Cedi .... ..........
S ..... ...... .. .sliver .a. .....Lv" 6 "
I no p i i a .... ..... e.... .. O .... .......... ...
2 p 0 ..... .... ... ..a
6 10 7 0 a .... .... Orla u a v Ja i* *.
o1 a.1 ..... .. a . ....t.....t. l ... ........ ......
.. .. ........ ........ nt a ....... .
7 l S ... .. ..... PI lmeto ... ..
P, 6 a11n ....... a . ...A a ...... .........
j;:v .hioa~oiiviil,...;.,....1)004 7501)1 1oo 7&p I ekO > .vii .........
+Arlernisn Ar 1runw ...t ....... ArLl veOaQ ......: .
.&ArSvan h11. ........-.. l2p 1bOk p 4 ArMaIon... .. ...... ." '
r Satrir(a.i............... l p I 4 a...... Ar Moonticello "". "
ArD ci iark ..... ........ 4 o 2ai... ArT lhad n ee .. .. ...... ;
A&r 2C2pbIa..... . .rn p .a Ar nQ i be_...............

ater ul n. u.........t. it lP .9 k' i4 a A r y Orlm nsnd ...... o"
'Ar ltlond i ..... ... 1 a..p i...... -r ae rl ..
'Ar Wl holtmr n.......... . I50p l i Ar tlanl. ... .......... ...
Al' itel .....: : ..411 i I ,- ; ^......
A r ormou ................. ...4 ) P 5 64 mto 14 ..... ...... ... ,. I.a-
-Ar l -- -,"M. . +- ..' 4 ... ..' .... 1-1,5j ) ; hl teauoo........... ....

fton1 r Gaiher ville. -a < ra o onm 7, .
& Train 4, Seaboard. New Vork 1ai -i soid vesw '
Atr Pullai.n .q.nipnlent as fohlo.: ?ul)._1 i ,i 2nti irey d o r;uble rl
slepn ear. ..). .rt.n11nt ear and observation car.
A N oew To .. .. aboard x4r.s.. drm wl... rio ., n.... ,, ...

twJse ksonvet l ac !so sle and o on.w tson .and drawmy roohs Pa e 1a I
NO.e 27,' Pullnaman ppir e: tr3 pn J ."

So :No. O lnectS at Star4T 4 C.. .nvile and T
nterm iate pointaand ,N ...., r k L -i"t, Aachua Wilteto itni
n N a .I P S e a M a H r d ..'X g r arw1 y B i P b u llm h a 1 i9
r e .sou'r "5'1, H "i, t w Orlean s '(a
cai'eliesr bK W
anid Th s i,11j2 Port TtSai._
* "'"& Qi se' 'v (et!'"4'
I 10111
No.' M, 4zo h adlfi da mc et jal o g e n l x te


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* Aprti 14
4, Qo Peiimu

R"V'I -

Nre a'& Ketle w E COo The igaw Times, dte& tls
Waycrosa, Mondmw'iay ,1ppal tu.tI ay.
filolard was o Q tfi p A4ou 8t Caroljzialaws allo*
ae of this pDla pt," to Fl.orida (* ~1 q g ntmd alimony.
aptain.u one t- ttI .ba captain W.M. fra, a pioneer il
te I'wenty-sixth ~ a p, 4 nuils lawyer and edneato diAed
d m rad One re ~1 4 R44 b h home in 'Atlant.
d, 'officer.
T the war he held b4 t CloudUrt atoa Henryville, Intd, did
r 'and trust k th~ c41.,~~~ aet damage. Two lfves were lost
OWany friends .and eiti.s ere h y te e swe11ngl or ,trcams.
a ves a widow !id several chiI At its next tmoting the Macon Ioard
among whom 'a"e Mrs. W.' of aldermen may order compulbe6r
~ eandl Mrs., John "C onsd, v itioin of "all eit!sens.
rWtycros. iTl+i.e+ '::e" T :emltn:,s Tof China has Issued anM
;.' *+ :. -;.-,- edtict eulogizing the late Yung Lu and
STo Be Named- Prts outitr, co'nferr.ig on him potlumnous honors,
|l8rieston, h. C. ~ ~e 14t a wo persons were burnOd to death
|Tlhan he. w te: tp'-t ,.Ed an_ everna others badly injured by
MCrardy, Uthe ~h~ lrl^,h p:iI thebuirnlng of a residence at Indlamtap.
letter from S of W ~ ,Ind
U Root, aOanouWinag th te waine '.
ithe mitary *e tN4 bO Bul. The flrst annual meeting ot .
0sl dx'i, etlYee ltIX rn"okwA Fort Georgia Sltate Association of Elks w)lI
hanged ~ootMol. be held at Valdosta Wednesday and
o4 Mjo r eerl o. Thu4 day
6f th 'eontln ,talt army, The The Manp, liquor bill recently easot
.Qrolila Histori soety, the: ed in Virginia is expected to decreoae
of the .evoluti Ad. DaUghter 'the nuibier' of ,aoons in the state
Sftevolutionl of this aity had m at the same ti6 ncrease the eI
Senator 'flllman with a petl, quor revenues,
ip.d 'protest against the 'ohlq ge.e The quarters of the Capital 0Ity
Wort Getty, and .siitig that the National bank will be u~d'as a brancbl
e i'ort Moultrie be re tored. of tihe Atlanta Natolnal basik uWtil Oe
,L ; .......... :'' ew'. o'flce.of the Atlianta Nationalt aO
My Run Phlily for COunou completed, when the Actual phyaloi
gtaa., ArI. 14.--May Phi* cusolld.tion wi tke place.

Siy t this time prominent citl' ro A|
S**athte second wta #re planning .I I I '
p im into the race f;ujt-o c | ?IIV .K
Ithe second w.&*d. e weit, r m f in .
t It Is not known ehor he For tweBOelt
tnt to9 back 'aa fromt the. t.. .
oralyto serve as a covuelan a
minent citizen +are planning ,O n A how
l, to put him Pn the eld.
C id i Body Recovered ; '. . . .
tt i ds G, ARn \ W bod fo C H R H
W* Mearlon K-1!lngeworth, who wa1
*M4 at a pcntc .pa'tY Saturday, .
,o aundon Spt0 creek about 200 FU
a rdowin the atream from the poitL
te etfellIn. twa at apol
i .re there was a "bnik of sand anid WI utvFrm..
on th bottom of the cr4ek, and W n
WMe heelr water thebody wa S TUESDAY MORNING
1Anly seen by the searchers lyon. on .
,white q4id., It wa f not 4 barred ., :
nieBs .r Inurtes of any kind.
0Councl .[ MIt.
nraul de .tAng rl the ,-at coned .'Iefreahliments served up stairs every
itlor Order United American afternoon and evening. Musical pro-
ailcs will be held at Insley April ram every afternoon.
-,. The offeems are: Stat& 'oun i",
;or, L. D. Brown, of Mobile, st ate
ei. councllot, W. L.' Nedbit, o: e ,
i; tate secretary, Waltr Hunmphre The STANDARD
*untsville; state junt, r past eo'nU G T
, Mr. Lewis, ofMadta.i.,: UARANTE and TRUST
'Earliest American tlvilization. COMPANY
.Franc-. tiseo, April 14.--The CeaTl.
American .cvi.lesaton' has bee ,
ei n Peru by Dr. Ma Uhle of the Will stop your rent and buy
iatt ~- of Califoria. 'f. Uhle you a home. Forinformation
a petabnlhe4 the fact that jreat call on
iation ouriAhed 2,00 yeai. ear1
,,+in the Peruvia c.vili.atIon, j EO. W. MOYERS,
4 t3aL a 4 ul1red race "f high4rer de,
lopment than the nlcas wasa In ex' |nce beforeflthe Trojan war. "_ .: .... .. ..... ... ..
'Notable to Atend Nutal *. IPORTOFTHECOND5 TiO
loA on Ai'l A P, OF .-T'-- ~ OO.T---
venpool for New York WenedA First N tion Ial Bank
il have amongr faer P. ng r th "
iurqilsd MWrath onee ot Hfrortfor4 ,l. o.lM. "

.g of the oarl of alnmouth, (te At ... e. ...... iit t tit fi
Si eo Taw O
... .ei-.. *, 0.. .. *0 0
Rev**q. Chas Iberean Dd.; t

S. -Nof" fs deuilse *^p',.++.- .

i 0111an w a ',on a co uv otioan to ur, so. +

ttttmied by hig wie- 1 **'..--4 ."
lippedd and. Broe Thh..
it ouOut, A4rfIl 1.-i* tr tat .. .. -
ppe. hi. bedroom lta t . 4 s6eA ... a O
4.. :-4 ... '." + .::. --: /. . .

.Saw.s TwO.PromD.Dk.
o little daughter ,4a .
o f W)..r or o i .k 't
itt., wr::ew. V ,I '
i other retei
Slife with DrK, i
S-Our .lo ie
Sin r advanced s
wnderfol mt~li ~a
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co a ss

Ctloh cannot be secured until tha liver
to maie take th k. intestine a
by cathartics. competes

CH tniad Inreasing oses to
too results.

acts on the
liver; Cures Ch i4
nd Fever and every frmt of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Jntiter-
Smitting Fevers, and, by going to theseat Qf th
trouble, works ,,rnianent cure.

FOr Sale by Johnson Bros., GOainesville"

,..!. .... 7- WHITE'SCREAM
LM>oa in Qmanttl. 111 In Quaill.
|- o i Y~r! HaLed allWarm RomedIes.
Owimzox = Esw&.m'8: amaX jox.174r'e-XMIe .
p iby-il JAMES P. BALLARD, St. Loule.
For Sale by Johuson Bros.. Gainesvil1e

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Clothier and Fu

Hats just returned from
m markets, and am showi.
cent stock of goods of
: duction of Fashion's cei
, thing new, up-to-date, s
sonable n price.
STo' demonstrate the
| buying at this store, we
of inspection.

S' Sehlosb

the Northern
ng a magnifi-
the latest pro-
nlte's. Every-
itylish and rea-

economy of

solicit a

S Bros.'

tine Clothing


A splendid suit at $10'
to $18.

Slot weather suits at $56
to $10.

h he value 0f this tai
loring has been well
te ted in the past, and this season are
better than ever.
WEAR. The famous I[OWAD Hat
in straw and fIlt. PANAM & Hats,
fine quality. Stcy Adanms' elegant
,Shoes. Hiewood matchless low .qu: '.
Steers. The beet qualities always and
Slowest prices.



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In Lbb ai
bloes sane wi
Their name wl1

DO yOU Waht i
buy until you MA hW
money. Xikeeionhtau
neodles atttaohuelttA
Sor, matahfIes1. Ol i4
*ebn $ThoqnrlreiWi ma.
heu T SineuiOan or addre
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iet pta\o for thif tryil climate, t.nlu s Its
tUine Ionwger thAtt othOrt6, onatruted o
best matedtSl, and moest arutlistg
workmianahlilp obtarbne. bt
rip to 4seoin eveyr
detail arand IN
( ei tttIved; ..... \ :
qol(l by s ooenthiltously qr
without t 1,tAle failure. It yopu
want a piano for a llfethme's
sorvio0 buAy theo
M athouahek1. T1
tr c c ash or on easy terms, Ieht o01n 15 dIY' *
tr6il We pay (eight. Wittl
forr, p iop +:ODAY

Ludden& Bates I

Southern Muslo RON,





Sails. Iron, Wire, Pipe, at.
tnlugs, Belting, Packing,jS a
I IlloIta hL in ( <1tr I ot Ml '01 lt i y.
S(|inritity 1 *
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Baird Hardware Co.



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Highest Market aPr0 Paid

WIWEA. 104E,

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;^s^ koi wroP.orAw'Yr wt ts prinel-

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Th,ea u of al a _-r.t ; ,o s .allt bets pt ,
6a.pvw es Its POO
IkJi4~ l OOa- ay nt~ttCnf PAAA

Qpttie' Attio i

to 400,te0,* to i g

wEA o i, iseWrvi
S 1- th zy stir
us^^ loio s ervei':

'4D.Owilval Wi
th iws ma'o front
started wlrih 11ae1.
lHu ei Salve has ou
( 'ase~s of piles thOk
i.*oseth artman;
rohtout many

p beWity's
'vtr 4atsayJe
Ao0dent OR
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utft lit, WotI 31ah- 7
eBulta." F* atcle mayrti: ragg

N.ew YoIrk,- Aoprol 14.,-rh a re ot
N'-orl'hern Sec nritesa 4)#I>iKny were
t~Viely we k on the D U0 b todWy. ,tl
14g o ef to $lo8Wo i decie e off85% plato'
trow, lat Thursday's close. Much
ftsa wellun clme from toOlw c ex'hang
M ol n's aml th ,iErt. There la i tti dotbt 4*10,
q o thoe selling waeo at fo
^tt**ctr. 'The course at-:'o
~II tlea w'as not. tho'ut ta
e ;m Decane( t -koft 8l

lHoerbine i ur *s a

Wm troud M dl
A food It the

.i. o.. i .ever u.s d ,,
f liotto JtVv and malar .

l naeto contederate
tp4^y at of f" p

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al for theo IU*F 1 4nw
f W b byv$,de4 by the by-aw ofth sad "
g ofdo. rt A ndtia r.
i1dig a T eranbr of te businem t
no it ofnryf 08 .bu, oinga t am
a 11O sen- 'fhoran1 a tben rodu' ofr amea j
pey ?r'ak *g. m rko 4n. buyrg.nL ll
lenld that ea.nd other
tn 6 ta 0w i01 iertll be. "
Sb a noteot a buiiia, and t rero
d. r 1% Uno a oth e 4paosty p at end a t i tMro

e te!thn e bt,1 e r b
n's- '1hi thaeo ao m ana= ?ro.

lio, et t of u srine o ev phoratosp t and ldeo.l
"re T': thb atd be ourit oessary oruorut1on orhe cornd
SSton*de:1 antd us al 'o 5ayte aoldeita to b
toieu notv, le or thmingebe aforetnd. endie aso
DtWitt's 8Mb~iooibll for, a "qulringr, buy l holdi'
i.0 purps e adri posi o' f tock, v h. ,bi
,red, anth a0d 6eouritl In any po tton or oorpdg

woathThms The amount o. tio ~LItoo.i o t oot
n Who get ion sha u be one tnl dolAor, divided o
SlR" c0014a a tr .o ,p .r oti0
Siom, and el aty-v epeor cents,
SiaIt vacationn to be lxed t0t t 0o o
.. o ompay at a neetigt oAti for au
. t PA,S ,. . 1-. .
:* "" The sad4 corporatio.. sa.ll exist for the te
Sbutt, "- of ,et5 a.ane years fruo m the .ing of J.a sw
tCOa cn he oikErs of o ltutIa aholl
*,.": a O 'ti General, .Mm *er "l eleete by
1 t~e pow toh e ed .o or
hw MYa atna t, y au ot)
that 10' 0'-G0ig0F #oorpb o5sb .u4 I n t 0 par
A.,t,,i lt theoffce ot al o in t

$0VCB 1 0u or b1 dno tW 4 ,te islot
so stP U d r oes ecd o hat bel sart elec

et a iit s In ar no sa porpern' pas s. o n
St*5t3e" Go"4 saodanle( the StatllTorfdthe
0| tilm |ntioneld.w nhr9

and I oitt oBoj i s WSh(w

Wa~~ate bland Whiob eflrt mleae
ARTnq.P A dA
s Uoia orn ne m a riat

a L <1. h n ira

Olen 4 W Jr. I :l ',
S ?'* ^ ; 1at e t*" T^.*: :.: . .-. M ^
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aiplsox nme ine enet january 4, 10iy2,

| Daily Daily. STATIC8 Daily. Dal

1X 'F..O-- .........Wril.A... Ar. P M Ar P .Nki RP ,
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o 8 0 ...... .. .. .. .... .. v Tei.n............. ......
o 5 ..... ..... ..A A out on .. "..... ....... '
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81 0 0.10 .... .....Bellamy...... 9 45
1e 0 .7 188: 7 17 . ........... Graham........... 8 22 8 1
o 8 ...... 810 8 ...o City ..... .8 10 906
8 10 ...ITke Buffer, 0, S. 7 40.o
her 0" .. J. ksonville, J. 8W. 6 00 p. *;.
.. 900 a .Lake City, t 8I & F 7o'. .,Old. .

o8 a"4, G. 8 S F.o :... 80 I..
r. 1 P A7 7A ...... .Atlant, C. of Ga........ 8 00 a 9 ,UiI.I a24
- T240 4780 76ap iy 80 0A
.9Train 0 8 ad.. Lv A2 p
100 6 4 p I anot run between Gailuesvilld... 14.. 86-...
S i E. BARKER, General Superintendent.
! J. Agent. JAS. MGRAHAM



S 8 84 or Lint, Large or S',al, Quau j
SAdvance made. Waroe crges free. ir ers
made b*y letter or Wire. orrespon4.'

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Qar Spring

LDf ss Fabrics,

ine last week hundreds
of ladies who know und
appreciate quality and
damntiness in Spring and
sutiner Dres.Goods have
visited our store. Their
verdict has been unani-
mous that our 'stock is
the most varied and best
selected ever' shown in
the city. We have all the
new things in White
ioods, Lawns, Organidies,
_ixDities, Mulls, Swiss,
etc. Call to see us.


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|tor MacWilliamt anodtc L
lIvide- Honors .ont1nt1 A cl rl ,6
WI-..CriIl Wants 0 Ge0logica' Survey
f Florida. "' .
t the Senate Mon1ay afternoon
tgtor Orill of the Trenty-sixth dis-
it presented a petition 'f Sid iie yl.
dlies and : the heirs of W. a~'4
ba settlementof their clim agtinist
, State in relation to thOe.adjust-
.t of the ~ndian' Wa l4 'm.
senator )a4ris imoye, that the. olm
itpetition be referred,6 the -jldi-
Sonittlee, with power to std
rgins pand ,papers, and to report
So.r tierwise the flindigs of the
l' tte i; . .......!"^-^ '
to'r O aroon stated that 014 ap-
I 'be in: the fort' .df a Sllaip,
nldgo to that committeee it(;a'.
t.onice, but hlie a)ed attention
'ending resolution ~pro'.vting lor
ppoitmntm bf a doin t' committee
'bth houses to oonisidero all such
llsagainat the fund, la s
^this proposition Santtr HaiSi
|ted" .for the reasonS Jthat the in-
ation of a contract w .s 'involv-
'nd the matter require.I the care-
|nsideration of thpllawyers of the
i0ator Raney stated it as his opin-
vbat the petitioner should lie on the.
until the joint resolution could
lposed.of. .. .
or Peacook, who presented the
lt,1o0ft for t.he joint ioonritittee,
?fioth waB lhid ontidte table, sub-
et o oal1 athids requeitt, saiadthat he
gligb his resolution would be
ied tomnobrrow. In any event, he
$Wthrt the claim should be referred
the committee on o0l1aim. Should
action be taken uponi :t-s-duld it
disposed of before his joint resolu-
las disposed ,f?
Sector Carso n sad that it would be
t-to lay the on t0i table
jictt to call until the, Senate could.
i into the matter and foimntilate
as as to the best miethod of provedd -
^,. After a short debate this method
senator MaeWilliams introduced a
i providing for the. pursee of al
.B d the building lind furnishing of
governor's mansion. The bill states
0tthe Governor and four other iti-
i ofitthe State selected'" bhim shail
tI tite the Governors. Mansion
ildjng Commission. The sa..h speci-
ioat6or MacWilliams has also. intro-
,ed a memorial to Ccngress urging
ip4sage of the Brownlow .bill Bp-
prifting $200,000 00 for good roads
oughtut the'oouitry.
0par r Wilson of the Fourth lis.
4,troduced a bll tor free school
im in the consntes of the State and
vide for payment .of same.
ator Scptt of the Sixth district
nted a bill prohibiting the sare of
"te:.. also one .providing a tax on
seling gypsies in thel Stat...... .
Ienator Law introduced a mil makl- i
An appropriation of $P0,00, for a"
ibits at the St. Louis Exposition.,
also introduced a bill making an
epriatlon of $86,000 for a Oovern
rp e nsion. . :.: i .
lentor Orill introduced a bin pro- I
|lfTor a geological survey of the
| i "of Florida. :.'- '
Ilator Harris introduieed a biI to-
I||ing-eowfty judges to ehbrge Jorie ^' eounseL .
....r considering a few bill. on
sd reading the Senate adjourned.

In the House. '
hben the House assembled this
(inn the first, bnsmnewss takirs. rp'
non the appeal Sagb ot the
e o.;.the motaiop to defpe to a
eitee further considAeraSt. of
Itboro county bond validsitg
n ene of Stmt r was irecog-"
ip d' adiqeated the posi5ieot
ta ha that to defer*
1kls; meaOre on i- third
Sqndlrud a of the rli ir

of abre .that'
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id natil 1.o'eleakbesd$T.
WaHs Without Orutchs.
I was uamne efflieted with sciatic,
writes Bd. C. N1dIowavillySedgwiok
Co.,KXa., "going aboat onr 0r1toS
and ,a Ifng a dsi sof Rp$ Z wee fa-
Amd try iahid 8e Abinient
tbetlet. It Is tia. 1he m Iu- I
ever usedy .mobaWemta4d lt to a
somber of peruote. All a6piwe them.
sleas as being bs'n.5te4 hI 4*
ia ilkrea4
ramil Yr~u Z rt.a fttoo~wf

'\,o Pueved .25Iit ( ,,
?eki*t. Apr? 4L.--
i *i~ln 'hOr w de lse sk a l

q-1e l^ 4bat4,byo, i O w
isar^ b, p =0
was s 80*&ined In 1i; ruling by a vote
o Nb t.t0 Webb of St.. ab'ibsto ,
td eabill creating a State board
,f trEiedai) ani ers., whieob outs out
of praetice of medicine mental anSI
Obsttatra Science and all things of
that sort. Paragraph 5 saya tnat the
0wotds "prat~tie ;of medicine shbl1
mean to .suggest,. recommend, pre,-
pcribe or direct,; for the use of any
person,any drug, edtoine, appliance,
apparatus., or other agency for the
ure, relief or palliation of any all-
nibnt, defect or disease of the hunan0
New bills introduced included one
byMr. Gornto af Bradford, requiring
county Judges to charge jurors before
argument by counsel,
By Mr. Masoh of DIuval, to approp"
priate $50,000 for better and larger.
buildings for the Statet Institute for
the dpaf and blindat S8. Augustine.
By Mr. Love of, Gadeden,. providing
for new game laws, the appointment
ofState and county, wardens of flah
and game.
Bt Mr. Loftus of Escamblajro-
vidug for the',el~ctlon of senators by
diecifvtfbe of the people.
Mr4 Ware of Washingtonu, the lone
Republican member, introduced a
memorial to Oongress, asking for art
appropriation. of $1t0,00 to increase
thp depth of; water St. Andre*s
Mr. RiVers of Alachola offered areso--
Iltion that the sergeantat-arms be in-
etru ted to put captors on thee hair"
of inimber*,. There was ,t lit t'1 l 0.1-
loqty Upon the subtect:..jt which r'.
Wall of Putham Hall gested that:
castora be put on iMrt. lyers*' char,$
with the hope that he would, roll his
hair more and his tongue 4ess. Th40
resolution was adopted by a vote of 88,
to 1 .
Doctor Webb of St. Johns intro-
duoed a resolution in effect that the
cominmittee on forestry be instructed
to report bill to prevent the destruce
tion of the forests of the State, "
The following Itter, from William,
0. Hodges of thb law firm of Hodges
& Hodgep of Tallahassee, was read and
referred to the committee on public
"Iont.., rKomwell G*bbona, Speaker
of the Hotie of Representat vIs; Dear
Sir-t have received word frost -Hon.
J. N. Coomnbs of Apalachicola that a
chair was at. the to be. pre-
sented td Mr, L. M .Ware, Republican
memberof the Hopse, over which you
preside, and I write to inquire if the
House .can"be uied on wednesday or
Thursday, of this coming week in pre-
senting the said chair, as desired by
Mr. Coombbi, to :Mr. Ware on behalf
df the Riepblisanesof the Stathe."
When eeokbideI.ft of the Millsboro
bond validity bitll 4 ire10 up on its third
teading)Mr. Gorntto ofEerod an amneni-
pent to a~ept(In 1. thattthe act should
hiot go into effeot!in any County in the
State nial" an election ihad been held
for that purpose. Under the rules
thti woUld require a two-thirds vote.
: Mr..NBee. saida that. .such an
amendment would require tHillsboro
oounit to vote again on a propositions
which bid already been deeidpd. .1*.
maId thatthe bill wsMocal,, and couid
not affet atuyother county.
' Mr. M0.zuta#, repretittgR the bill,
ppoke at length against the proposI-
ton to wave te rules for the purpose
of amendi4nnt, and Mr. Gorato, reo-
reentint \the opposition, spoke in
ravor .tTb.' The motion was lost by a
Iarge majority. The liuos thee pro-
oao it third reading, and is was t.sse4
by avoteof Sto0WP.
A motion to rehonsider the vot, was
tabted, after whlsh the flhee^ adjourn

We take pleasure in announciig that
we have secured control for Alachua
count for the sale of the celebrated
GRAPH TJ- ELASTIC generallyy
know as JUncle Sam paint.) This



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6 "on V r .Itr Nos. :m ( 1.1- "'New York and I itjO frKUoUIner. rdonlt.N. iltllir caurs betwoecl Jticksotivittll ~ttd Nt)w Y oark, h between aJno s nvtuleo td a Id
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We, the undersigned, hereby agree drawitit roomi etle itoni ts m-to Cheitstro vhti fltrio'ur to ulvelasinI viat roIg 4 ourl t
to pay $1 0o0 to ainy maintiufaturer of Vi 'lvath t .u.. llnutary t o istvintol tar A To.I)otlv1. 1 Ilt. -im tt, ltoutt htSIO
to .Ohattanooti. Il)Inlug tfllr i t) htttoitstt. AItto 't'jlttdAYL', 'h LIth y itllty $l a tlyI;
paint who can show, by similar teats, ti.leeiul to; l) trolt..
Not., II It an 14 -- le 1io r P lodt i I4wh tntnt.'Soll td vet!m nlUttl ii. uhllttn trswin M W onl B
any paint standing upon any metal It Oiars. lhrs',-elts tihort hrtltre toStlreitwe S llnlthing i H Itwtdo! .iito ajun)itvcllt .at4m i
s~rfnc as j rfetp a+nd, for s1 b A ,altl,- Vhtrouth ighllman 1rIlwhw ro imtlot to>lnw tiarm tij hloltlto via(. II. &, Ii,-MOl(; IO ll
surti a e as pOU rtee y and for s lo n.. ........ ........g a aI t .. .... . "o
m e .soim E . No.6 j N.1. .. .Between Jacksonvillo and Kin sasCity .
We guarantee ORA I'iT liLAS- , .e .. .Mo y ..... .
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TIC palnt to.contain no tar, roin, as- 8 ) Ar. M coa,. 14 ..' ,,

petroleum, and when applied to any .. ,I t Ar. .hlhtra ha.'Oa lta o . 1t.
surface according to ou r dlrectitonr to I. Itj A n, A'. tlt"4,ltvy. Mo .. .. Iv
wear perfeotly for a period of. flvt ...... !o i v. Mtp i. ....... .

feotive. Signed, o CA Yl h T a Ag 10 W. Way t., k lt........
The National Paint and Varnish 'o.', -. .. .......
Cleveland. Ohio. U. a A. I


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i way to button, w0ere h
tploy of N. A. Oaltp |leas m
the meat dear li*b of )4t #
1I 1. Padgett, the abSilSorIS
tbi ofParadleON waitk0ht4' th
a teo this oity yesterd4,ti^ r
it recently punrchas4 '
4perty in thais ity, ag., *
noe il.s family ,here.|
Th'e riotsee of *fl. t
4 almly epetd to m i
aiewthtin tale text'few
xited on W4M Ltbersy ss
ahl .e1it' e .
ohni Oeabnut departed y
i Jaoksonvlo. A tor a s.short ,
that oIty' he, %t company with
Dlot ier, will p .i t."ha.
buainess co~nitd ith the
gate. OMr.Ohe.nlet e .peita
tn in Charle ston several dayi
gW l0ohu te lie wl4beothoegu
wml~ter, Mrs. A.gJot 4l'bbE,
3' r. lesoqhes aeiretar
itoral manager of ith .
i.Georgia t uasd Florid II '
ii ...ny, Jaokno0vill t :ian
1l brief stay oa business.ii .%
1i n.h'tot, omly ronef t.i.h1;'
ted attunberm:ix ion;theota
1t o* the high-toned gentila
li and Witk always the pleas
s tae of the lumber market
Li 1 i^'' 'e t :. n .: **; ':i1 *
Mi-s Theora Fleming departs
n &l j r.ular summer
0Ioltont :0,, wha
tody the, weddNhis
'Then evet of IU t
Mtgad lemnin to

.:fit"t 'QJ F nt d e Tr
ee -4a
VONi t 6 sola agent for

110e ''Oi' ,y hiW taeeintienee

_gutet iwston :th...e# $4'a t heir I1 piney' d ad
t 0o d b .e. isase, 8.o14 by W. i Wal

"i .. A.. Aeat. sed J. W. Patton
bderissesi ley p s, Whete they E have been eri-
our'. oby Wallace'f gaged hi surveyim. and oJating some
rh y t proprt7 'recently acquired, by Mr.*
'tpaA. L. iss ote 4t" Belcer. In conunetion ivyth their
e C0e~ Zine retartaed yesterday baYnbes t ey roport4' ,goo1 time, as
r f Qt ool^al tnp to : Iltk end, that section to fine at this seead of the
tLthri,)h Le yea., o rlb med-
, :, ee Arredfondo, was .in' the nd ki ri
r ,t bt s yester lso o.f a Priest. ,
arts trade very encouraig, con. Rev. Jno. 8. Oox, of Wake, Ark.,
ig stoe of the year. writes: "'tor 12 years I suffered from
The ~etyi Oamberla's yellow Jaun4ioo. X consted a number
f ,'*lOvr Tablets. ay o o tseians and tried all sorts of
k px 'ais n effect. f'or salp by mouedcilc s, but got no relie. Then I
rL 4 t d twegone *, company ies*, began the use of Electi r Bittere and
ory this week feel tha I am now Oured of a disease
re s ch a sh that had me in its grasp for twelve
"leyo ) vo u thmi yemrus If you w~nt a reliable medi-
0 tl 0001 _e for liver and kidney trouble,
rof N O tt' o h h stomach disorder. or gene'ra debility,
P.a... tsei.0on Q e m .... : I, i .tpbr t-e ti g guaranteed bY
l pl ac e n a e m -t' e, d n .;*..*! -. Broom
edLt.abbe panmer, was4 amon the TWENTIETH CENTU tY CLUS.
soifr' to this e "y eeday,
,( jynch, o 1he flrm of Inte'eating Meeting at Homidee of Mrs.L
pwa noh, wholesale grocers Go0rge K, oorK .Monday. S
"'l4 spend-a day r w ig'of 'the TwCntieth Gentury Club at
l f ^ieds an1 customers heie. the residence of .Mrs. 0. !. Broome
J. L Waint~riiht of te trui.ted :rMondafy at 4 o'elook in the afternoon.
'ties a uned froi A largemajority of the members were
ltjbkjledea itoj' ratives Vst present ,
eod at ble -After a prelim ary meeting, when
i Mrt. Wainw ae har the co0ntitatlon and by-lvawrwere
S~ i ethi rharl adopted A very interesting program
I 1#-0I s ,.epteoa was carried out.
,. The. addresl of the president was-
le 4thp couse u$ nmoOst enthuslast4IAlly received and
Stho ehertlly endored, as was also the club
"te li6r prophey. : MOsc and reclbations fol-
d kedte .aba i *merau bowed.
0' 1 w,0 4ciare After spending a very pleasant af-
Ube a ternon,.. the colb. adjourned. ntil
(^pi'lth t< t.Aprl2th, iheywll meeb at' the
tyR an f r th aK resldence o f', Becker.e
s :om a d :Liver, Tablet1. For liver' a t nobles and constipation
P sale bry adggista and ne4lcine There's nothing better in creation

Thana Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills,
They always effect a cure and save
doctor bills.
Little early rieri are different from
all other pills 1. hey do not we aen
the system, but aet as a tonio to the
tissues by arousinE the secretions and

84oad OvU'ersr J. -. ..eastr was
amoga th se Who vliit'd the' tountty
W% capital 'etrday. > )i ittated that the
S7 oa ~as t roA on he pub
:e roads i the vilittity ot: Paradise, :and
?1 0 that the pblo shoreughtares 'were
|p^^ ,^ beink placed in gotod condition. Oi"w
t to the reent and constnt heavy
Sa li the red have: been almost
'P tlaid the public appr.e
t | to Webe bo mdTe.. within the past by
Stti ,ta *hisMs force.
i A 4 dir 'of tihe N ew
bd' ta ~erk Aa O Ciompany, has re.
e Wii fre 'lh Peassro o i nd other
a i e heas beep for the pas
e iW wsoe in sh of hiis:i om"
Ath' ZA sayS Pensatolais' on 4
it4 4t t. AM it l oqMt of ithe liveHeat
Pi o t th U tates navy
tPb iased a great deal of noney in
S4 wt the patw weeks,

est* l o. They formerly

^:Bo i, ^t Mat tr 0t 189, Wk 4p#
&A was noted i The
Se the 'e pwned7i' Phifer &

t $4, hts
ot tre fo *lw :h

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Mess. Steenburg and Watkirls Ex
Spectto Make Departur Tomorrow.
'.AO..Steenburg of this city and T.
r. Watkins ofD eSoto county evidently
give gr'at faith in the future of Cuba,
a they propose to make a trip to
that island with a' view of locating a
colony thee. -
r Steenburg has always spoken
encouragipgly of tfe "Queen of the
An4tles having made several tripawto
the island, and having invested in some
:pvauable property, there. -He has al.
ways contended that it is the finest
country in the world, and that any-f
thing ,put" in the ground could be
grown in this glorious new country.
It is. understood that Messrs. Steen-
burg and Watkins are going for the
purpose of establishing farms and in-
ducing American emigration. They
feel sure that the average American
with his skill and ambition, will
make a great success in that county.
and they propose to list the 'lands at
such a price aand on such terms that
many will be .induced:to settle.
Messrs. Steenburg'and Watkins ex-
)pct to make their departure tomor-
row, and will be abs nt several % eeks.
Beauty' ihd strength 1
Are desirable. .TA'are- strong t:ad
vigorous when your blood is pure.
Many-nay, most-r-woiMen fail to prop-
erly digest their food, and so become
pale, sallow, thin and weak, while the
brightness, freshness and beauty pf the
skin and' ,oomplexion depart. -Renredy .
this unpleasant evil by eating nourish-
ing'food, and taking a' small dose of
Herbine after each meal to digest
what you have eaten. 60e at Johnson,
Bros. 1

Closing of Public 'School,. After Suc-
.cessful Term-Other Notes.
Archer, April 14.--Mr. and Mrs.
Chamness, our winter visitors,
spent a few days visiting' friends at
Cedar Key last week.
Mrs. W. L. Jackson returned from
Iew York Tuesday, where she had
been for two weeks buying goods for
the firm of J. T. Fleming & Son. She
reports a snow storm the day she left
New York.
Capt. Beasley, of the Seaboard, who
has been laid up1 with rheumatism for'
some time, is able to be out on
r-tftolhes.,' ,
R. B. Hodgson has been on the sick
list, but is able to attend to business
'Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood have
started on tlipir aqnual pilg'rinage to
the North. "They left Thursday and
will g tot Fernandina to stay aWhile
with thetr daughter, Mrs. Pine, When
they will gO to Bostoi to spend the
summer. ... ..
Our public 1sch"o closed a very suc-
cessful tpvm on Th 4rsday and a picnic



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Novelties in N'N'cAar
Special Values i3i and
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restorin the liverto the full performw- given at st id ll had a Has Been Appointed Division 8pperin-
aboe ofeIts futiiontis naturally. Bod pant time tendent Armour Car Line.
ford and Moollum. Go6d for Children. J. M. Woodard, who for the.p t-few
To the Public. The pleasant to take and harmless years has served the Ar"mourOar
Althoh defeated, I wish to thank ne Minute Cough Cre give imme- Lines faithfully and efficientlyn the
iy upportert the recent election a all cases of cogh, croup capacity of soliciting gentas re-
nmy supporters at the peopt election and la rippebeause it does not pass ceived deserved promotion, that of su-
ngd th tey b the people, hop- immediately nto the stomach, but perintendent of the northWe11#n di-
sgr the up et that they hav takes ectight at the seat f the vision, with headquarterasin t t ility,
csesor the support that they have so trouble. It draws .out the inflamma- and assumed his new duties? '
loyally ac0ordd' me. I have endeav. tion, heals and soothes and cures ay
ored as marsrhil of the city to give my permanently by epablin he lungs to Mr. Woodard is well known to the
honest effortsals the peaceful attitude oonstbate pure life-giving and life- shippers of this State, especially those
f the city wI Hoping that aathe blopd and of the Manatee, river section.' It is
of" the city will 'testify. Hoping that tissues, odfd MeCollum. young man of cong nial disposition
ailnesville will. remain as now, the -------- young man of congenial llposItion
m t peaceful and beautiful c ity in Or. E. 0. Taylor. and has made a remarkable stbcoe0 a as
Florida beg toand remain youl citalway Chas. T. Alexander, pastor of the a solicitor, at the same time displaying
r bsub et t o remain yo always Baptist church, Cleburne, Texas, wonderful ability.
J. H.GANO R. says:- In speaking of the Manatee river
-ed ....."- -ed O" r"Fr rom a sense of duty, as well as section for the nast season, M:. .Wood-
Saved the, Loved Onesat fromni the feeling of keenest pleasure, I ard stated that. the crop. th *Eghout
Mrs. Mary A. Vlte, Newcastle, wish to speak a word in behalf of Dr. was a big success. There' t*h gship-
,Olo,, writeat "I believe Ballard's E. O.Taylor, of Boston. Mass. Hi ped from Palmetto aone g
Ho houind Syrup is' superior to any work kofght to be made well known, season abot 1I8 carloads'of .pducts.
othet cough medicine, aRd will, do all Dr. Taylor deals with'.the temperance comprising cekry, leti.ee4P0.qmbers,
that is clati6 4 for it, and .it is so question from a standpoint of a pe- cabbLge. etc. he rt., p ,ep~for a
pleasant to takw y little: girlwant ciat who is master of' hi subject. larg. o1 'ge crop next pes~ also
Ba~ah ssond dfr it His work is exactly what we need all good, as Mr. Woodard states t trees
a iacure fo a|lludlmonary ailments over our. State" His discussion of are loaded down with blooms and
,Doand 1 Ft .ohnson Bro Christian'citisenship is decidedly the young rruit. ""
... .. .....:-. .... *blest I have heard. It is aprofound .. .- .
Opportunity for Colored Teachers, logical and biblical discussion. Youd After La GrippeA* t -
A normal for ttachenv and prospect- will hear no abuse, no stale oke, no sually a hacking couh s a en-
lveteacher epAr.tory to the Jua. -slaug;' 'but, i. language ch e. a in eral feell..ofel weakne," oft th tl ad-
*examinwatlon. This normal ,willbe beautyo'dTO tkidiiiimiaj n m erly con- ti
oann ctd with the Scientific Industri. ver.taonalt oratory, you will be sOuppoed to have ipai, y 4ager
allpetitute-. softhqt. mot proflent eharmed and thrilled from start to nt e' 'r
normal ilstrtors shas ien secured to fnhish in every lecture. This is the guarandmake you iCtlgntgr w h".
conduct thls partsent for five verdict of one who has heard them and nvr fail you sto
*wek. botunlwg xonday, 20th inst. felt their power." .ti e. Take o _0S1i"to
For informaton addre Samuel W. Dr. Taylor wi bein a ries or flye allace..
F'o : GFi lorida. toS2 leetures in this city Thursday evening The 'i'r A"sblt&:m
,is subject will ke on ,te mperane, he Ae met ,
A. yI2 n Writ,, f havingl onseated to appear under the of a" t tetion
a 4; ol|W ai .nown li ih auspices of the W. C T r" ts..
p t sion ..obtain Herl.neinn bulk. --, this evening at 7
foP jbte,iih00-
or" pr" pINurpoest? It has bee Pneumoniis Robbed of l Ttrrors officee Of Dr. 3.
Iati, aw e hi traiog ases of by sing Foley': Honey, and Tar. It tfull atuenase lea
E on by ,.eae o ~.i stops the aolg! wi h#44 a.d i of import e. re
tl itt wftl tht At