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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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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Uong the Railroad Art Panic'
sn-Provtiiioni' et Higher in
-Alexifif to Act or Defensilv.
furil in Hands of'Jap'. '
,ersburg, lF'b. 22.-A dispatcii
pt Ar thur today says the first
ioattes occurred yesterday, A
Soasosacks attacked 'a small
nrr'ipaineiiis' trooef on' 4.
i^tory.. The cllea s -cap.
|nem Japanese pis0aers, 9U
Sfouhd mays and papers.
14io4' ,wat oresu.iable be.
qnlttz riionpagrtlpt.e An e.n-
t li not anticiihte itnimed '
4 Port. Athsr dispatch says
oes fleet was oat.iirved ii-elb.
1Itt off 't ..t port. -
a fro Northern' Kor.ea lay,
s are abshowing a decidedly,
attitude to tho Russisp o.
9hurian rathie :in eoareii,-
pa wltho ditiiulty to the

MASATAKi$ TWanat'Cx.
4J0pan's War Minleter.
pints otofcou.tetraltusiL
Reports Nay tliat t Chtllesl e
: Since1 the outbroak ot botill-
be been displin ltg such Ac-
in eSasterln Astatt: waters as al-
A pairalye the coasting trade.

ltief Abhoodna Port Arthur.
ttao,F eb. .2!-The dvternaina-
SViceroy Atleitef to abalibdon
vfur *ad fall back upon isari
: ^ A Slilitary lase has created the
Odateternation among the thuis

Stre lleoalig, aticipatng

l4 IJa .Msroo-im .o

tie towns along the aira'aoai

e5 stricken, and the ratla-ad
i-s tAxed to the tmsithe to

frtatsauep. ulashle to secure
tione1 whole faIs
*1.iiacOs pt:ie country
bite ot.e $Ull higher in

Ss'. are .tring
b'"k oC5R, Yw*' W*,:t

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'*" '*'y'^^^^.s~j S c1^t"^^ et raosn^"
<(^Bf~lllw~lr~illu^ *m| miiai

am remain, ati.Sangbai atwaitWig in
statoetjoi.p o

Minister Alleo e.8nt8 Ship to w-lve lWo,.
m n and ChildrOen.,
Naw Yor: : ig Ot-disqul. ietitng
sa regarding disturbances In North
$ore be.. received, saya te
aid dispatch from Chemioilpd, doted
United Statoe Minster Alien l
sending tte tu-ansport Zatiro to re-
move te Aeritcan woli men and th'l
dren fiom the Ping Yang dis ltrict
Chienulpo.. __
The. men will, teoaji' there ior 't.
present. ;,)herea ritebprtit 40Amrst-
can reuident8 tat Ute dlat ,itts(frt ludiigt
. ohdrep. .
A dispatch tfroShop rownsays: N r
Artn .Ate'tca ola-ttiting .nripanyo

conceiaslon 60 miles hon .d ito or Motrta
toUqstet t Wija antr ta ploe(ys ovetl 7
Aler lhans, 'lar tylubtlle trot l.ia0es
an^ Korlean tanditso ineting that to-
glon, which Ie rough and mioutntal-
otts'. hJ local toIsager, ha. tole-.
gi for s od tot prtection,
ilt ote rfa~c^ nachiary uit work-'
ing- are" destrbyeyod it th oulitypait wilt
IultaIln hieavyt l, tiit lsthrs, o 'and wors
'ill be set baqi three yearn. -


Remarks of Bisnlho Brown on Negro
Q Question PeIlored.'
ti ston, w ITh. t .--Ir eal- ng Neiplaco-'
pas olergyoir i' n the ellocese t o.i M-l
otiscts,deplore the aover o criticism
ef thi litegro race In lsoutl re.Ient-
liy ',ade in tte cIt ityhy tt. ReUv. Wl-
llikn ii, rown, D 09, Biso D o Ankon-
[ma. At 6 i Vaprcial Ueting soat ntIght
in tait chool -ot i of t. Autua t
unev, namuelt oBacomk. t hito dbitoa
B a ten. ; %tevl l.' dwti ard I bo .rne,.
superior or tlie order oft .8, Join tliui
Evaigeist;; Rov. Pther 0. to iFetl
who has. charge ot wo.rk iltong neio
iecpsoopllanas he re, aitd othar4, jotned
In a pirotesa bt aga t the raiinhas ot
soela aBrolwn.
A ttier was rted friniu Ilishop Wit-
Iian Liawrence, In w1h la w ss stinhe d
dient Mshop Browan's viel-ws dii not
naseot with the approvall of that itplseov-
pvB cuiurch 'north and moutal.
's bishop oft Arkuesis, who has
tbon her i- the Inletr-st )o.ha' dlo-
cese, ia-t foar homoi at ait 'an td res) at 'autinle e dg lat avitranInk
Aeho says s regrts hea t his uttvranhes
lAnd gIven otanase, huit s(i4 h o had


Business MOO OtjrmIned To SIitop
Oumbilg lna Madison, i. Il.
St. Lohis, lleVd't2.-The war ot Uthe
Madion, 11), pool room ba not bheld
'up. A iba,rting was ite today% tw
4'oe 'ihsaosa Men's flrsprowomit it
tLeague MedlsM0 a wi t b it wasn ued-
adtoay het ;. iht vttar out.0ly.
A dectide ws tatlhttehO..0 1O41 e*Y00

in y.gfsrperi Ot Of iii with 'the
paarpes)u or psttl.e( a. top in a lealj
w ray eleged onl .fi o lui otv
itfir .which tde' pseol rca bal tahates

"o* Thmed. gamimi ke's, teat':ern-
Kits. a t the r:4 *. rlli Natir' t'
$eieraiedthal the p ool M, eca

Ilst Sewds ieiv seatsedthathed
Iw ornt.4 to tear rilt4uu *te

saitalas- 45t0; i Mis Solnowf4.11:

TapaR to 1101010 F0o1 All 0''
seoque oes Flnwt1114,g.
Czar Had, iibced apanel, Dmi.hndl
Ini the" HilA of a Spell ionfeir
once and Hoped to PoaoCeably Ad-
just Their Differenc'ei,
St. Poterrbugr, k'r. I Hit8tslian
atcountil of. the, evint i umodiatgfly
preceding, tth ituptur with. JApan, is
lpul)llat in thl e Oicaal M r tag M t
itoay with ti-e.o' oibjept or. .riectrfying
certain'sitatements tix .Jif'luuae
.11.i! ll Stittwoliit! # r i
so uraes.'
'in this account it is stlated thai .i
receipt of the. list Jananaee pro josais1
JIaI,. 1; the .ge01te0, t it1iwti0a4ttiy
'roceeded to ti'iin' the apatinmit
demandsd. i and xi !ln I .Klrti.
the 'Jula)feet ir tiu'l t wat:, inrirmed
in reiill: to' this intiiry thatt the czar'
ha '0 entruttted :the iopolalsto a spl ,
04 which',. wdtlIIItat jan, 28 aul ,hiat
Istle 4 :jstis 'de0 i ttl i wouW ld
t : bie ge oil before ieol) o
0l it 1 hauli sA ntreddany sMiita to rd

Nthlal kor rth v p ai.rtiou o f B a,
taps an ei on the detFr6 i idatf,
cat, telegraws. were sout to Viureay
Alesleiti' anlid lHiron de Roitatin .ant acint
iing t eoxt at tho dratt o. ai ti'lixy.t.
ltlaao-JpanpeOst 4^iri a full
straitoinnt of thie. rean liii wili
liron'ipfeda itlailata to moirfy titio fhiP.
ineise PropOielli iil gienerat strtle.
lontrX (t o Kir oplyan -. i (r rl(
tifuse to vri aeIu Raset reoraitat atnt
th0 Orantstioofn. trd rIeliy to tiho
Jtias ie go ye rinsgo i-n() ".I llyIIi'gelr
.tOiti(it' hatore u.1' iroea itt aif thtie nw's
ol't~ln riuaiiore liraiwin Miniiter L.asds

or the rustanii Toipty. et), i,
Vdocroy Ahoxilff sri(lti hlff toafoi8i
officcU at llfrui lOI'M s r atii o t
the raisly, On i'itrb, i. at 4 i n -O,,
M. Karli'l quit- ull iiicu tedty liiithud-dl
to ("nalist L tanritdorff Itw< tila',ietf notily,
ing hliirm of 'theo i'itrlli t' he inego-
utmi loUns anl if of 111'lsolla.n rtic relati
llanid itl(ausig ilthr hie. M, K. lnrio, I aid
Ih is titft, twolilt i iavo t il P. etlersHtaibt
''lla. it. On illuh' stia ie Id )y Vl ti't'o
Alexeiff, Haroni lt oS * rlttsints ra"l res;-ni iHtiv s a rt i'kain,. 'lo-
kio and tli ('8i1 ilt, of ftlit go'aiK t ow,
orsi, were a irorm.a'.*l iiby .tir'nlt t 0i.m
KraIsn of 'the saliptur'a r Ut:e 14i tt r aof taitipriait rdtsr wttith
drawing the ltiinlAsi an li.gotatoi fromnt
o Iakto ianda layIng on Japan S.0it r' fts Ia'
shilily for ell a oiinqit n(.jt oi t nt ti(tiif i

:Both Powerl ACmcpIt Hay's NOtW
.Irt in, dI o .' .ft e rtii o ta l,' :lft'r,
Several duyi ago iastrflcted the. ('ir
omin aaiat, awa.tor t afSt reitar
pnd 'Uhet itilratr ofs iarita.ny at 'olpt
tO ' It toie gove'a(trn t
tO whi. h tthey iarr, ,'frit:d,, rtrt,
v's afharoecsti tae pth ariSples eon.
,inslh Iner me:n-i tyl f*Ie as' plon tho
it a rii, .t l, Vihio^'s i e' alt, 'o wers

,pris lle'il e r. pi-t<-itiii 'to Iw ,'

p pt vF Al Gms

Vith' t * on . ad.
Qi**iu an, Us-, VP-ih .I.t,-- .Mr : W i'
l .p ligrat, t. wife ait a pr. aiu trit
iant i'r t ld.ilia g Iin .. ftlelaittly o fat fl r-
vpas, was blaursed o t i Ob-'Yth Fra' tip
the irsnei f her at a es UW biviatit alu,
iHr oil tii'ig traistif 01e trot 1*
Rtames of f iautiiia atai salt 0451

..' .s ..ssetaase i i s e .t.. Ma.i.
t v ie.t. w u l t b I "w"ta p e d
lo a a. t s i!7, t! i:
i .1 1i 1 / ;:;i' i;:,': ;'..;..;.'::

moMOi UttiNSAi NKhRO r

P*Y #A` POeWty Of Hi
to Hhyd' a ne*W ro, wad ^wrt anted d

by a tmf. i l b1' ut ie i at the s ke late,
hity tilg near Cortt Cr
the mulrdtero: oJ. 1) phen. a depw.
y sthevolffot Ashley eogpt\l
St 0enbsw who. w s a ;Wi t'It pla pnt-.
O v tlwlt bad a few ,wo: da ith ls aye
Wnltb ithoiut. waiilig, thoe tgri 0
wOnt to\ I hoitise and seei adsa a 3-
gftheti, g, ehe n iwa, tt m up .to 1.

Btitptlnos, and tlir'd lothi b lti hi '
htaii a.t theo uipiutt. -'P Cli. t go
of bu ikshot straituk $piheuai in. the
br e llmit ltrilitth resulted i tia~in(iy,
.With h hittth k to LIa d .tti4i t y
'atl- le .iipt ,liOi i lhOtinids W i)e anby j
telographed tor aind bhiaight hIro 1 on
p lr )f-iltal trai' Vn i 'inl itiAO ., il|ta Ale.
', tneiui&-m t a tI` heCn C nt run tr t
eft li. timirlr lr t ao his til or' tlotIt w,
whi oe the traill I\istoi tt l 't ti
Afaitr tisoiU dly, i tfrai..l 'i
pItain dicliwterai,, and it napro Wait
fotidilla hiUinrl! ai t w l A .iial', .l
anora g ehuiiriMra trn o tu .,r iir t e a ilm
m battle a;fhill t l ol .imow"
'Witil hands ltnid fo't led i h ifte U
bo n! Tlid: A e:.l and brlialht was pilet :.
Birottiht ti 'm W yit u eI Wlitolide401,l ';i
atd lie it an .isttt y., lisr84it toA l AI l

The falira! of Mir, StpTitns wi Vf
occur tIoday, .


Si0d Mobile and Ohio .Combinedl,

O tfoi'ite ii r oltM h Int tl rtn-J.w ?!i .liniio ,,i
n(tuic atn this. i hlsUn. ti tl itV i .sl l -
rin oluti;o. renwlo gin tha s t at as *t r4
l ii
.thle Mal.tlle Mllnd OO .: **.. ...t
llth resiolituo ( (iat (braW ith d ited s n ith
ilvtly Ciif!tii t aminlia ii nalra M i o '
t be fla itiiattl D il t-la e lt Iit: a tlnny art
Of is soteainl a a l. l w1 ittimr llot.
I, vatl4rta ghi tht mer r, bilut or itit a
rtsQ0ill Iori- eitait lit o i t ailo o tll .itu IMA
to 'ihvliiV.a1. (fta (iiti' nsll)l l iiai t

l' ill 's

-**** * dl i
Work Car .Colild.l with Piseinglr tin
Car rand Three Personsi injured, i
Atlatiti, i t, St--Awsrkt at(ir of toss ithe
'leOtriii ,tallwaiy taut 'wtt,,rie iiit fitlsl
'lompran, lr'lsy morning itaout ia (is
o'loek .o lld ele with Pe.W. .. .t to

1itl t J o lt l e w ie.n p( i tO
i t *,. a." li 84 flt1 *ut Pair tati( t14
wit j00rtedt ad byul. olp d N .. Ort
Wiplkr. moIOrtifs.ol toshe raipair ara ,aro
twas out o t i ll. antI4d l$41 T. 4i :i ,

aia olwlet d .. JA '.

Af*tein P ohteo, r't
0(0ia0o1 f1Y4 It 14, toas I M.0e or

e: '. a, l* *,a u wi r, f l fl d '
,aw ester Ui ttid muaa for kit g@
.seirg lto the polisia, ae.s. So in, is C~*esp:. Tie p fluoflh P

.m..p in' a^ em!:. 1i bS U
R w.. :isslaae *mpAwp Etri p *44 r
nstesiath.. ,, :.. v$

ibIarter ttiri,;* rteta tr i.

nwnse ast Mluwtia n

at of, 46 respl at PiaO (t i*4
04ly Nine oaoaped ~eat V 4l ry

tq i t iillj|
a rat Amount iftfr p ti 4 I*
D otraoye d.;i c t S

e holtlh,. iw a ti tl -'t! ,

l lgdt,! ta.. ithbt altS4 1U
ti ha" o tadeadl4 stU4,dv*iOft 1
tod or Umett. at AtN( rt

rho leaptoabpo W." 4li6
.'., a aurt i pct t ici lon. t

U0 tl !rtody.n on to, forft
)l40)t;,. W ie1

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et lab or stin tsfront
1 egraph, s tal st o1 3Ii le

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thiat urltlln fow n is
Sailb we"ro(in tn thetwlo ltrai tra
e arsMth anisin.'u w as a terri, rc
ugithdin a'. rlfdiot "il' Ot i' liit
A .p.hito, whi aortta aos aioa -? w
W Ply, fe 0 I thW s fWt, t~'

l 'r y hatt rof anth al atil r at W'to

Kt yxulrw, i ff!il. w atr t, .l :, |
rte a* t tli tta s nloa twn thiinti t ilo : ;

ti .ot- '. 4 4 4bt*

sitt atplianat a."s.'i lilah ut o Ita ait
rat t iralIt wa: al t ais -ii r. O ler
.ta!, leai ng a gret pisnlktst: 4

i t zt ter. ansti to ngins were
ak li l o t ,a" tior dita.e ftt .

I aastis'ili atsir; (hi.stati ws '$
Slalaig pwsnt s ow to piant, l ant -l,, ,
ea d N tasalt.Ianrd tw rscattee

aunitri ( na Mal l* .s!ll i '*ntiot .. -.e

tat t( bviuii:/ i lfm( lt : isi ..
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pap t iwa tu ta n tiMsitMtatsod tk .' -'

in e V,, I ,-i.i a pws y5 thes '

t tat ht se s- i:, *, .


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in 41lireproduces the
Lab It will be a me
his nlZm~e tols fl1

lthu thef

yvoltlQ tpoy, iI, Pitnipynot 0o to;
Wrr'lw-rb~atitrely in time,
Wrlts interestingly iof yba and
the Bright PrOLsp0tc
lo'tter received intWs city froi
I J. 0. Andrew, who Is now in OUn.
kIotalns the .os% enooraging do-

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414)ks*. r stios f g ei tdi b' t"d p .'.
48 d. wf.41 On bleoing "ettod in 'Anh at V&A
1 &hitojth':r tnew InwIng t C ti. Sipoke, r ished and almost
A gliitl iiwtOst& whi armel bki dtrt by th alntythv.
fie-e illts 01tthe lh manit le I tg4toe lg le .lie n military ambitious,
I..,,,i bo.ghtI ral iige, 4 rive In Flol, ,T
to.lh *le, frol l te .Y' ralel d, whe.t

wiit hIet wIfe in, sohldtoiiot he.'. 'lei I
lWfe of suoh yptra qulet tht, hi ,toew
otiihe found hI.s heaIltliquiteo re.
inbred a(4 the desirat- be up au d
lu reveriaIly exetting it s 0 i
lie 4 glad ithet to receive the ap
puoilntoot as instructor at the Uoivr*er
slt of i amb ika Iront Nebraska hliv
anna 'to Yawl,

ple was v2ant, tol o lie member of
the 'Val ifa lty tt "iggested that he i
tthe up the mantgerikl reins. Capt.
4imncke Slid n1t"it.te a njop liiit. Pe i-

er. fIt any tof the Iug eti!on,

.d al. most a Jest, bea$mae an ll
earest ptOop1siion as viewed by him,

M A E.tas I titi-eb!et of this vat piot.

.vmany of th 'iNIr te being wroaghe

It put upon watl, slhati ttios t iue
e.iQ wstiNg, ioay, be t' .AP ptt:l toi i
VnIIIM9O V' i i mt tt,
Ai ettliieto o le Y ear an4 gid yoed I

::1 !t hit*, a ti awa 'yi .4 'it
414 'ho( 4: 0i P *! ^ii:i^;l,
0i to' k i ':it S 100$, jb i I o
144-04.:I~w ^.kupet
lu to M :\' ',- { l:


U. Ills llO'UpUfRt'
in' she iiea.
i to prolaw*th frit
ii Q.IY.Smoke eti-
he personal bfe.
wAlttoti tnthe h.),
'4 uit~arke eta

4 'by' Thee

B*ueedtht Cetpt,
4a~p*iln noon.

1 an a1oe
JS F ;t
4 $Rve
my tieie h
tlred Dr

Eleei tri&no' C a 'it Fir,. e,
hPitteburg ei Str2 e$-A blaihg Late
t r taV1101 i.w eli'etri Iar' Witt a'rt
>ii'i t, ;iua t 4a l iasts,, itgeo s a
ratti, rt1;0 dowon VI'th ll ahvenuu eal4
rtnLy rimn Urnt / aIuqA to ll"Market'
1,'ot HW 3AtiLetM titer the car caiaev
," a utop tt PlM Ilikte a tul'nace.
61 oul a lto lhtHt1iptts were serious'
y l niid l)hrothi ii''t'teniip may dUe.
SAli' '(t, 'l'et was roteinltd l
'itrit 1tii0or .bitew out, 'lie niotorlittni
lihhioLL t14) tl1 etI and attii iemiipted '1 to
utid tie ti/, liho-n thit 'Ce ti;P:'l.mi
ttCiKt:l tifmtoar 4140' ci' t] ioded, gand r',f,
li.L t!itit thit. 10o 4r1 a1( th! ie g~ar v*was
t ICtiC',, ini the 'panic, that toll wef'
tttouwie t04scd loho one bre tht
liq the 7 t the top o the hill
tlie :lta4 ha;t tow rd 'ljrektt streetW
Mijan, iItoe passengali rowdits *1
' toward the txibtoituan'a pitfori to
w$ tpew tnAiinra -".-
Vne woman, Porothr Vreeiut.,
lepI ot! or the high wire gate a 1
!ttdo. oi the 'trri, rtp. t.etrlitoe!tt
ttetlltd 4i itfollow, but t;he ctt
Ws t packed k to tightly i Whoen MAiket
ita S wAN..rilt t r'M-$tqoai'.stoo- t.

kh~hl,~tlt~dgh i# c was mor*.
:hen half ft1lRMi.
'J thqoupsovi bflte qtibq t
Widow anI.o'14ni wo itthbla# 4 Mti
*kown. olo('red *0m '1 W*41 P
rerely JnrtAO,
$!nithfreaeup aN Johat 4ol e eI
t&4ce to the thoppitgI. The #at wh<
*4*0 t404 pWA mw.t4
V6Thai atulAA annauismawtw I



S V.. ...... .: ,-

THi E t l -... 0:l %
' ho .may pa no ittietitln 'to Yd
. calls,,i. boind 'to : nsw the omph
Ysutn sb of.ahll rb zer annut' o

nonciator, Wiringnig ardi oletail
Slat dti tha 'b no m stores of 'the
should iie wipou4t 1*I'r
ttHienitoi i l au e itae'd e of 9van t
froi one, part of the house to all others,


acksonv11e and New o'r, "
:' aling at l L WETON, 8C both ways. ,
T o .f lit St l ea m sti I hil n t he Co'. b e C O tw i$ S r

lyde New England nd S.::. outher We
ftQv Ot l n eastern Points,

..., .. .,,,. From .ewus Whe ,.
of LCtherlue st.,
^'^.^^ *^ '"*''"^''1'-" --1^
....... S .. b ...,..

J iAKfv or i
$4twe J(1 )"ti od osdo ws4te nD m ,dtt


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ltfii, Iithl Min

'! IA tairbr -ibrl O. Cz'ii6'ww& iM



i as ainesvieo
Thoms wil -b..uti.t

S- .... ,
reside ,el .ots ,d . '

he rm ar y 25 pe cent oef thepurche cecash and the balanuic
yments, with toerest at the te f per cent per anui. This property l. ies

>ool, ad in the ae1t resident c section of Gaitiavillo.

e aning' Qi n! arrige8 eavle th Cihur House promptly at
Sad will cry everyone who wishes t gott
bdyJtie W1 "1VE1N A WAY "FREEa thl ole,:n
bleentidto4tW tee of chtrge whether or ot tbho bid ori buy. This ,se will ho for whtt

Sale c miti l The k Natioal Realty I iirt,8wta Company, Joe. UI.Philli0p
further padsita IL 8. 1I11L~S~ b a Unapr, SowB Nies,

in 12 equal t^oog
in what is kno
Acdenq and t

i n ;d the morning.
o the akle ?ree~ otOh
(everIyone whorfrt

, Pr Qtsid l:
* qalatlills,

6"i IIAGE EilN

UC Koetig Hd hiii

WO Repr.sertet
lfttviti' aid High ipr!hoe
it Wiilmngton, Wii Pr en't
iada 8 Otirrin,Talk.
inplna ,n : with the oal of
f1)deo "o, Wilington, .N.
gidotiid *tir Railway 'Trraee
r4 of Anrlca, tneetling oat
(*L~e K 205, Railwily
pripen ot Anierica, convtiotd
ity'unday at,.ernoon.
*wore preetn at tis ineeting,
we. presided overi by 'Vice-
Itk.e Mt.A.Newbern, twenty
of tAhmair16nio e no tn
eerting wL i called n or thi> a rlf-
it tthep. wlitrd'thi iirlef-
l^,tirfaba Meer vtor.thetnti
4 at ciwee. of- the ita-
l *tt e lre t!aeleathe he
sltanee wipo4. The traak-
L 'good.otrition l, *nd thqe
,:6 themerevietImtbl4 u b.
MUiy n iothitioew it ladk of.

||i|,&hnt( r/eimeber -o :..l:'

islr 8nlodginrd'gi. lSunday
thok lu t haeu attbq
"I .yt eilnd Q .Jh.
i 5 1ritn A, eatS

A* 0,;ss m(.

WMAU Mwr avl
Whit, HeM pthet Was Leyhin a Corpse
in Florida, Mri, Colon bl, .
A mAad co-ildelit Mt:asfla t ezieplrod
"in ,t detii ft "tlof t i. t. W olin of
8helmiir, (ia., forirterly of tWrthing.
tofn Birprinoi
'0f Mter0. 01,Pon was lalthik a corpse (t
'her 4hom ftiajWaiPtpn *

n4whi hXe r hin Wre i ro
n on in.l4g4 Wliii m t st til t ,i o l
hurGeorihl la'. hoi ;,. "The, i .
.witi gre (prioertindot lhe lroui-
PDeceased was well known I seeo-
tlon, ,She w .it a sister of l A.
Robernon of thl eity, who1 wit
herdeoeaeod mlother att Wvi*)st
htni theisad news of the iwi death
The tne rl of Mrs. "olson wis li h
from hle rldenite of the deoMeaed i4
Si.lielhian .Smtt i .,:.... r., ..
Tt 41 ,ni .te tli Mre UObrtlon

Pneumonia: M'!eliatl 'th, C'P,
mpt io,
ItI. i ot -got'alk' known ta M're ,
people di frI;om piit.ole tihn qoi-t
ptiii .4Ii 1 1* .tI over' ti" e V
*uang or lo* ith ,l tibi; to la
i ,o tu p. o .r- J.aiyr-1
Lowdit. IL, ttlI ."My: litilew' bo
tin 'low'I! pT e6ofls' *ss.
;q u ls I ''. ii;,iht...
ley's. Roote a T Ta' The s e tla we
anagiskind pesteld thdet iont' e Iit
s lisbf h quoeklg te 0 p te I "
ttefo et .ubiatte, $ ld by J. o .
^rr.tiasl ,.,d, Wil.:P..; ..

S N k m0of 8t~ .li. o tO i iptnOt iti
raUrod "YatesR of Ja04h., pen is tbe
,day arii g AtlatitutiOa.. lA tid olffi
o .o An d provoeo ti te t n m l x ii,
^ ^ll!oTt n, l L Ianaey,.of Atlanta,
SWna boliiP4 owvr to W ie ,ty court on
tb ethia.o of .auSuiit d battieryV i
t"b rea i<" t Of Ayi m .i_,.ds ,on 0

E VENI NL ,......

Fmalle Mnstrels,
, ,he 1Be kt lawdvnl* *snt)tbl 1,q
I an s .... E "

n tif$iy^ iti l.y:ti



I ririDy 21
1;^ ::'. ^1''

TakeThe At la Cj

): 'i [S h:'o :

1 t / p iR, : ie ir sii.. er. 4
iii i' i Ill- l ie+ n'e''l:; : i S* .____

, a p .m ,r "I ', '" teP, .k e i l } I

t piT :.I North, it ls t .''. 0'
2d.ia ia High $p ilnu, Waelwros, iSjnpiiuawloI,.
D iy lnil A laneti ci th h, i .. t West'
R i A 1 # W te4 I L" i


li!.Q.I Y~ttllti5 l11S111 of ilIt4 hspbg 4
,t sn .oteCobhee p at sn
: Y.;,^ ^wt',, .:.....:.4 '.: ..': It

,;1, e 4, .'', ,,

+, .:. ;'L v< *. ***' ';-'^ '^ '
^f-ji:i ...
^^1iI ^*^:w :'^'L',l^ fl '

j_.,,^ ^;.^S^;.4-'
5!^.^4to^^^ U
I ,si~~a

rden ior nesA
Vfoulda probb
rdthe estab
D^r. Strote
(ople, 'at the1

,Ied great
Ilit, 46he
J(s4ry (a1*
,could be,
be4 'C'he
Stot bhiai.
(1n4e oure
ch that an
ar a' ag

16eartI and

tfy O;r w 4 #4 f r Ir a e.11a" .- Olaro wD o I*t
V~s**that hd, it. "oV
~ Jefforts no 0 PA
no~h~iesln local o51: mn to bent e 5 e to p
ltt :rtfo. sod 5,pfo efor Osh Ad- oe D C^
1Irdon laatao^,anqu4.
r 41tkerg otvertslogb mapM ktow T nisb the p
ston5'10 meat df the : eB
loo ek sun is an .*e4l 4 pag e, reiied ,and h
o piape, ntlbtlshe 4 ry M which will bIo
hunay, and cot ,al ute spiritual andI
thew o;i* l^oawl, ^ toe 514 gt program ieOdpr'
y uihe4 t1 *b fos t Y enut 4but the Or
S7114 ,to or ip afoIO
sdvanfc ; ,outOefrom a
f |In I} :;tftbec 's 4 i)oe 'e'per first t'agua program
er iesem.It,'unlesotb0rew eaders that in
tr c :pa ~ 4 to Dr. 8 ou e has
GAttr ias .ft5i'L ortnortnnitv Is a

ofr'irbtank5 has iflnaly mado a
li4,'and will aweapt the nomi- W
for1viae-prasident It it is tend.a t
WOO --
I@ y fond t hi
Ocly i. Heas atlys bee b v4
Ionia, when he goes to "I

ie TIfts name is mentlonad S'

the lb ri l eonnetioi with the dti; Why ,hould It? Wh h nis
4 'ey, andi the hiego con. i done b' suh farting oes not
tlonirniay lined i t a ria to coniljure promote piatriot'ism Iistea .of d 1-
h., raing the ag?" All nations' ui
t' or n ,I2l1n o 22...r.. ; ,0dpn it iisit 'ii wzws t e f
jl ar in .ob f Ion 22 .:rm then r ial now iitOradvertin unrt iot
el ea:the iactive i't. They ar i, ightsl ti er l, in tieeda for rlfty ears,
sid ntal favorites and O, In eedit oIa.. ..
' A r m lti eolie i w eb r oe h lt i th r e v e r e p io i r at i to f uee n V I' tr "A
.of every f knd, front oA4loo toolo .. nd
corns, at is now the portrait or Kingt
#1 11, 1isioi, Ware, chief p theio Edward. lam, it would not dseearate
bilt IA 1408 whioc I has *haken the a lir. t but would b o st Whole
W11 0 adilclike i anlague. lio e wants t o t sight ttoitiuldt btinotd wolevery,
!it al alerks before they bth con e, bstr l6i uii sopI a oirt od tnhfvru
't ovary h ai swathed int it that goes t
4 iO t W.tioleathO the roe a r ep T0r i n way to" O .t.....,o
Platform will revis6thVn 001011ahmud- our flag",thot Is, to wut Un unriglq-:
m01lu, mW king 'Onf of th"oll )read, eO w rs to destroy the Iborty pr
^'Th^o shalt not stealft ecpt In tiui in. torritorial Intgrity of Mhor republics
ests of olleotive evili 1tio' or to plunder tie'wo.t k.
Tilhe dulitilljtratio> is very busy "i t '. T: pglhi cal pow. S o f eoa tor M r-o
pit:flaly rstirnI throi a AlabatOm eRty y of ag,
disissed from tUli f. n aeobviouslyfaHll le can now work
a tteay ft I Wouldn't ly i t hours a ty without show.

S er' P.
l ^ i gr'1 "torelietto Mil (loull colth' log fat)geOAW. lo O~}r.twd lof

419 1 t1r e e' hu a ...w.n. n e..,

oti ati, has I tbls ed h ingto lhe eulasti a o hrnw tio orrupatoly and
iAipinel 'gire" e tu itatgoing to y h wioo chreno t&o ic wik t evr

^ ^etherltcar .>nin ; p. in Meomb|ess owbtt Moayr*
i t5h t hte -tits*Or wheoties lpreaoiuned ittatIl hhafroh1(en t
oexoo tWhoraAo rsi& ed hisoeat : werOt e"

aisi wrti c p tihas us ab lth1 b h o e ti.s reldw:ss eo,' r oNpit i
Oto, r eleti on ty which I: be ha towitir .
11te tilttem tqt pt, r wIitet l Memt es ot bthb par.
V.e Othel eo hl s W ldt tere sei ur e

t4% oh 0off e g f its unt 1 I, io
ifthe sO ttIO'sot t#adves aro n a P $ t rs o t hag s pap lm Tru

atog ald toe opethtn t4r o r ol 4 a vei

W 0been ibit e t e iUn. 1a Wkli it stages, an,

We 0411 ge

The oldtplhlonied biroab. sete to be
tcoivermng some of its lot popularity
in schools. A good i many people be-
1ev. that it havs woleposth n bea
flielrit itmes.

dJsps F:aJ/ e Over $10,O*0,
Portlanc1, Fe. ^S.-n lesa thau a
week lortfand 4apaUneae have ,aied
0 ,(i to ,:ancd to the lajtscepte
oeir oonatty fin her 'troitble 4In the
'Bfr East, l encouragedd are the lo.
SJca40ane threat their Bfftorts will be
:cotlBinuec, t their 4countIryen in
4ist4t a d remote P4ts Vtie et te
will 6e commotdown te4 with anl tgivewy
n opportunity of assisting Japan in
her present strug&.

i tberoused 6 M Ifa tsflato'Mard t
And your id h bipttnas, oo'
C yoti. takao tieed t

S st t) f the F SRweet a Padr, *yato 'take andm Was'



Ittops the oubgh Rnd heals the luf u,
Pre'v tienPheatlumo sui Qod tuuptlon.

wtth *a wp ba.d aouqh on ber laew~b
1 roas'lsoinar AMnRtil <)ured eaftatelsl."' *
16. IL | 111B% of 11016004 c. W4
bo~d hsJ ~*etu~ q


Kidney double Maltoot, M a
Almost everybody who reads the new
papers la sure to know of the wonderful
* cures -madeby ODr,
--w'm I-r' a Ro t,
A t id thade re t edy.

-tee nnde
I eovred after, l arinof-
tascenthff rseatrch b lt
sp1itittfle rtONa-clb'
*'- :;t hi oe '* b lat.
w o le.rf u ly u e e eoa su t i to ro m'qn p l ur i n g
* lame bsk, lTidne, bilwo artl a troh -
* *g' '1-,40, WA^ W*4 qP10 tfO W,06nd bn-

bias and right iame hich I the tortt
(orm of kidnttI ot)bel,;
* *r,.KilmerSwamp ot is net
o ( ended ior.verytis nintif hsvokldl
bney, ivetr io b r tileiM l lttbe found
j;ust there tme unyou keod& tth 'bt"
;59 ma ny 'w~ay, it'-hotapilttl *l ift rtefvilts
patcteamontha '*ss toopor totp'e
chase relief tAt has ph'pve4 u sc 6esaful in
every-case IhAt special arngeme*t ht0
been mate by hih All ra raOf thlep
'bi()f~~~ttt~~dte *b~w^t^ tt'
who hav^ottre*e^y st^tiIt, 11a tt''N*"
^i~y~iiA ftrHfyt'
Atriang.moreb t t WIhoo wto
When vrtutingntetthko'W ya rtiit ^Mftl~re~
o e in t this pta tr d st
send your AdtltCf t
D Kiter lt ,. B

tinghae ns 1 .4 Y et06t1t

*wr to'wateplt'oi, ant, aivw!
livi 00

Aostrobse of Tile iand full itiforation furnished regarding lands in thid
S un4ty,. Our .maaiager has lived In this coun ty t years aid
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

seating a number of prominent Amerilan and English thpoales.

Ja X0. Gka.AI, President o, W. Hyon, Vi0eeresident

9 k p A 1 7Y ( F A q


C.,.. Capital., ..50, O...Q000 O
Surplus and Undivded Profits... 5,00 o
xooe ecmthsttil a bikouR bufiRiB wlth ftacilt eequail to any bnk ii teb Stt aoiit
te oun oPaes ?r na nbOopo on$,e to nre allow
1 a olilrlI. n s AllPu nt Ote po .
.. " Z ;, .'.TAYL( O

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in ..t. otLi.t, .r. r .".zi Quantit ," .
Adaces made. Wrto. o barges free. .ffen
'm~ae by letter or wihe. Correrpon

Ilie Ahu C A'isetot dpany
* ; ' '* ' ^ '* 1 1 1 : 1; : : ' ** *1 1 * i1 ; 'y '\ ; '^ 1, .

:.;*MA NE YILLE.^ -'*'^ --*FLOR...^.~-^.,...j^.jIDA, ^ipi~~
^**.^ t ~ tt to d '. ^ ,'', *** .^" .1 :* ...': .. ,, 1' 1''/1 '^ ^ IC 1

1 I



5" I

Pw. ated Wg;it ool ith A
eyllcent Fia Eoin ay d

United Pauvtera q# the Conadedtay,

iof 0. A. ,'Wre The-r-An Inater
testing sand impraebive Prgatai.
Washington's Birthday leased off
very pleasantly ip Galneovilla, and it
a manner which many will remember
( for some timee. It was a day selected
by Washington OainpNo. 8. Patriotip
Order Sobs of America, to .present to
he, Gaiinesyille Graded and High
hool a, magnidcent silk American
tag, ard it was done with suoh ir*m
tessiave crAmonies that everyone
ing part deqerles. redit. -
.7he members of the camp assembled
their lodge room at 1:30 o'clock aIn
e atteraoon, and at 2 o'clook, headed
etbeGnainesjille band, a march wais
en up to the elegant ashool build.
4 t the achodl building there-were In
Jtin all the pupils of the .instiltu-
n, aeut four hundred in number,
1, the faculty, Kilrby Smith, and J.
rFinley Chiapters, United-Daughters
f the Oonfsderaey, representative
rpm tonewall OCamp, United 'onoed-
;aq Veterans, and'Post No. 1*, ran
r fy flthe Retpublto,i together with a
Irge number of rthuelastio01"tizens0
r'ohn arriving at the hool) bu14Ing
tlh bat%..' Payrapafotlo air., imm. I .
dl*ely 4fte plwhiiK ^e banper of Ills
etyfl Dl was rtud rby Color $. erga sr
4antero, MaU Pd W ickland,- of tie
0400ol ,The ehkldrhn suqg the Star
ptled, while the aggregi.
ton dito-hed in'to the bg auditorium
pof tenOchool9,whlte wafs appropriate-
ly deporated for the ocs) in ..
The rogam in the iaditorlum wAs
carried out as follows '
Mus, Piaib Solo-M t. I A.
Songhickerod."ifl ,:'A1 A
PrayeCr-Rev. Th. a. P. Iay .
Ft, rpny Drili'-irls of Third Gradte,
'V tlYn Vashlnton-Ma ter El-
mer Mooreary.
Flag Drill- a eting Ladles Eighth
Bong, t red White aid, Au.
Adress, '.The Amesrican. ,lag"-'
is,lo. Matheson. '
'Presentatiocn of Flag 'n liehalf of P.
''0.8. of A-Capt. Gec M Lynch.
'Response in Behalf of Sehool-Protf.
|us'ataic-Gainesville Hand,
This function was ue'of t n most,,
preisaveever witnessed In the Audi-
4id lAnthos ewhoi th teided were
'aiWttngtqn 0amp desires to express
*tryaorlatlon to the mieb(e.ra :of 'the
ipa- t;ean 4 ihadies; alsoo tor
Oii4 B hen '*s asIen'ed she 'orte.
moaiqs. .

itte ionttion of ,pJas y MIv oran,'
jAt6iysis on the s44eet SaturwAlI re-
4plsataNhanged. 'The patient raltied

Artl Saprmay it and ,0day0
itoetage was itle that it

*14*Ibdthr*$lW aitens'. ATh ii tidu,
let ts e shout on the stints apii.;

gaittled. f Foley's idnee (e
pitavnt fatal erelo psn' tld if
i|SllNini< W-; ^I mpt Ouble wI


IS 81: AY

who for the past 'iow weeks has been

a delegte 'to the National Reoiubi ,an
Con~ettion from the TWentieth Opn
gressionol DiasrtOt of Ven sylvalea.
This information wasi naturally hailed
with pleasure by Mr Yoitng, especial-
ly alnoe his selection was made in his
abisaote. It was indeed a compliment

Whe. Wom an 't* crowes* o0ld
Whlin it woimnan gets So gh%)e doesn't
are ibout tthe aio of liher 'feot and
turns ier 0ttentiot entirely to. her
soul, you can set it down that o14 age
is c 0pij on -enieto (Ore.) Gutde

pciatst Differ -Some Qpfnion*
From iPatients Pltishod,
Are Intrestin, end of' Value

Whether real dealiqmptlioin can lbe
qured, or not,is aI open 9 quqoij n, ,orf
to gUarantete that any onbo medleine
will positively cureconsumptlion would
be absurd, but we klnow tire Is some..
thing about the effect of Vinoi whon,

beRetfoial'. ;
While we do not, guarantee tlat'
Vint 'will always cure oonsunmptin,
we puhlih herewith extraot rot
snome of0 the0 letters received' on this
subjtet, which prove that while wO
may be eonservatlvet in our dflainsi,
Vinol has certainly uered these people
anid as the letters re guaraintetd to'
be genuine and frofn reliable' persons
we. filust accept these statemtentI as ab-
solutetly true ;
'Mrs. 4J. (J. Brown of' Anderson, Ind,,
writes: "Our daughter Mary was inl
consumption, and given up to die by
ot0r fAmily physlefant, he a, i.,lwvei'y,
weak ad ltnaciated, but V.WiO rea
stored ,her to health, 'in a mnatrelo
Inilnei', and she is as wel) as ever .ho:
wa.. Words conneo xprestour' #ret
tude: fo this al`a bl. d l.,i er oil

*'. f t k4*!' ,e, t +'l^ o *,.
Irepnat I isy4--Il
irs. $. himo J lenu er of Laktewoud, N.'
he,4# tuok**l; + (sth'.. 0f, t I lp't

Yli, wdits.s': j o in inconsupti' '
and p one s hoin ,,g I t it, uld lie. I
weighed 08a4th 100 po Wndisl Rnd 'mia

dormtins tio 1dighttoi 17 pounds fn
iured me, and ,iilc4'ntsiaits o otair
The Iter, $r Grofe "of St. WPsid
Church, StK j 5#ph, Mm, -writea: "A

like a Htew 5l bel eae .ls We telshw

sn& titer alt bad 'awl #ittaesbhe tat

n u :^ull ,IWIDU I UUUU I

A t i a Were Dis-
S S.:of by Va ONvmis Xetho
0D.-QAMNSoN WAS cONViCTEon oetstb4

,opr I hIip Liquqor in a Dry bounty. 'Whrich]
MArtth6i' Coviction *forl Larceny. richs, mat
jOthers Tranirred to 'Absente od
,Docket. Tt4 hr b
The fart day of the second week of tonea ip I
thefroulcourt, which convened st gth
Mdaynorningat9 o'clock, pns a For C
b i+ay o'. 1." Catarrh. R
H0s honor Judge Wiills' alled the Malaria, A
court to oder protpNtly, and thu fol- Psorins$is,
lowing nstine as diw pomed6 of: and such o
State of Flori d vs. Jas, M. Fryer, polluted or
selling liquor in a dry otnity. DO-. and Teff.t
fed at was called, and not answer tuld poise
lug, bond was treated and the oaSo i e youre
transtie rred to tie absnte dotket.
S'ate of Florida vs, Moses. Bryliit,
concealed weapons. A pi li caseo froitau
court f Jkusttice G. o. Coli an J"dg "
mnentof lower court rt redml, and oiJ
motion of the StAti's alttormey lthe
case was oi prossed.
State vI. iale Foster, larelny, h),e
tendonW t araigned tDl tld pleaded .not
gulls, Jury called aasd sworn, suth,
mission of tet'lmoy and vordtot or
gulty*, Te de ondalltl was sta ed s pd
o pay 20 anthe costs of the court, Sa )v n
or spend throoe u 'iniths in lthe ou.inty P
ytwtoihvSuon VIUll ams an4 Vrlo-
zie friison, l *d 'and h' ,,aivlous be. b.
havl^ori s prossed. by motion oft

Clark, lowd Id lascivious biiviur ,
n olpr e )h.' botiatl tfltuhe( t iate,
$ztte 'a*, 9 tAh.All seis 'hoor
ina A'rty county, plau' r o absent t eo.
docket, ais'i" defimdant is .e viing
Sprviousl ttrm. .4.
Stat, vs, Wi, ,A,\Vattisre, atlin i
quor in a dry county. transferred to,
absentee docket,:.. defendant its u'ri .
ing at rmis iiqder sentenee of u ni(t e d
SStite vsi. JohinslJohnson, iatdling !.
qutor iii a 'dry county; ,diafuant nl a A
called and did not answer, ral bond Im V
Was estrena'.1
,Stmt v& 'Red Smith.,. lar.ireny of af.
domestl a.(ual (a hop) ,t,,ndaist e ti
arraigned psnd pleaded gaiti aIjy, s11. hil.du tr
tence of r40 Aid ti or six nonl:hi in ll ill:
the toirhty far.l A1 O(h1
State .; 'I, V. Tihornas, flln IIl- (,j iu
qIor ht a dry county. 1,hrndatnt wai .s
arraIgned and pi!sded guilty. A. g'lli
S vl Edward Jo.fhnson, elig
liquor ina .dry eunty. l)efendat, ar...
fignetadl and plead not gutly, Jury
cIAlled ..and w rn, .4,tinmoy "and tr Datly Thr
gaumet f e sti s.obuitted, where ,
upon the i iraIyoiht it a. verdict si or f l
.ours adjournmd util 8$i 'c '"loc(k "
tu sdw i a g.. . .'t

The (-itytetlstrallerilsoas are now
pedat sy 4' flu she .. L-ad "f
flee, 'whi .jiere, .)tr uif' tt.tro 1 q'a. 0. r
iiser can do to untill th( It book at *ti pt. n.i ta the' waets N$a.t
't a it M:oretii hi tsa5, M Ifit Mday of saidm 'Hntyh't' .1 i's M ^"', ia .
lrk and ',Preeiuin fiy n tso a .
i t ?' tat Ow to f It.,, .' i,
". Huani$ysW k W k t
T r a', r m l ta.s. i y .d '

,4tins of troiba is i it theu fuodng, )i- m
ls ou d gti tthe aoll fit riihe !a.'

)lt loaM. threat at bt'enpuhita (rt
(lnmnsany Srup isa a ter-:ltiagrntez
Ny ftr eomftaiuptiasti Triatl bsitl:

;.i.ewhs.s, ip this iAp, *, p41 '1

b, ,##estin, i w :", bl,.
*anrW- It ttea1 ins ,'s4 6e 444id14 i

for ialitl 0'a V 4 0 4 )e tonic and
t a i l )e rba a id romta
itg it the I ideal 0iftomi t pron ic
nd akin dieiaes, ,' t n.t .o
I boa, 1tthe *tm *a thlsb 0* 02 01A
and vigr to thie na0uM e% otisar
ironic' Sores and U ICrer, '* '"f
heumataum, IBlood Poison, *wo. 43f ". OANDLSt.
npminta,i ciAil. Ecema, 1 al 1( o nulp ao
Saolt Retlm, Tetttr, 'Acnte S hao oe b ftone a
therdleenseas as are due to a
i'nuioverslhied condition of the hloi n othinj eto propty
ttally its 8, .. 1*8 con it+fteVtk e ra ittes the ger .t.. ,
ns; cleanses the syteu f all ,l witheali ytl t itntat i ltison an
rsw t ie' t to e alith, W ite' us nd our phaliaUs will:
use rOmpt attention withioutt ctrc..

o A. A W

Air Line+ Railway

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ab, Colum bia, Qariin $o t ou

ington'10, a ..lm..s, ?P ;.

deiphia, Nerw Y k,

board Florida Limit

Seaboard Express.
Seaboard Mail.

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el'V1 fl. l 1 i']t.> '' .'j' rt i'iul !'Jhi fI A uNt. t iUa &
litilip I n .'rin ; st]i.l II, ()'ii1 1, iifit t :wi, n
erI : I1p.C iti' ;d I Ink' )'(.| Vutk' < tt' 0 f t
h tht i n { .N t,+1 \ i, 1ll \ \\:. slong ,I, tt1.
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hdly Ii i.I ( ) akldti g .
ough '.llt I o c r~m iJko'nv to Now 1 4

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A NW :York: Pries:.

We always keep a fall and,
complete e stock o

hflme"'is, Boys and
Furnish noods, ad

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9N tSi0 E csT.IO:N ;:IN,,;: EN, ,J me ,:' ;:
.,We IwaysCarry

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a Complete Line of the Folowing Goods:
V':ELiETB mS wl ., 1; FAoor woos


After ,Short Servilc ap Mrs, Easlterlin'
SHoe, aBody Token on TrOAin, :'"
t ST08E, ',ti nral o:rMit l jifford,
mother of Mrt M. A,, Xamterll.i t,
SOther A atd death of whom adurred ,at 'the
hotnoe of har daughter S4tur4ay' even-
ing, was held I' n 1i Sh prings "at 4,
a'qook Sunday afttefoon, the rematfhs
having left Gati.leville' t lI01 o'clook
i p, tiundAy.,
M There warna short tuneratl eroe at
I o Widwthe .home of Mr.E.astel-..W
S airway Orange street, 'fat i0 o'clock in the
morning 1 This service was condtuted
S by Rev, W. J. v.(arpe*ter of Kava.
4t rob0 ntaugh Methodist Ohurh, and wars at-
i' tended by a-mtnmbor of friends of th10
decreased, as a lst' remark of respeot
>tlR Sn and etctm.
Accompanylng the remains. to High
wre V n Springs were Undertaker Robt, Mc'.
WS note Olellan, Mr, I. H Jofforda, t.he
store husband, Olaud ,Jeffords, ta non,
So e1 0allle Easterlhr, n~te,. and MrM.
I lifanberryi f h Sp]i)g. ,a daHghter
I4 ^ 1ouI who was at the bed i~dwhi death re-.
A, ,nlhIeleved -the suffer.
tilt : a.cer Cured 11-
4) Ast) 4 4 Me+r. W. \,Piketh smithiel H1
$, wo suffering sevral yearsliot*'\ 4 daicer
0( e c. face,,wIA041at t- t.e agtea. tol
l j "O: no ue and n.o h'i t u'th kstiotg
laoi li was' stig atU lu l 6 ds1. to %0 ';,nt
l~~athr for a il e le n aInd'throulah A oent,
## W, I gn1bid stmAe of the hiprmWi on Ith
i 40 (nao itw S ii anst ln.
V 41 40 A *flyrttt on the c r, In a

s d"It m tQ o tVe, e feadee hepa n I
^e ;^ ; ha^ ^tw lt*t steals a tto paor ost this
t11ata which as N. Kt <^ioawd Cotnp ept*t

$141148 !#)tftflPhdts.n *6ti Wh Ad :t: 1

4k 'ii by lal Sfriee of ar,a*aoP
'tig ht( yeea t 1 tl.n itsfi th. ri( wiflt se

tat Ith tmen o l sfrb C e*aeto art-
g#lass rIe W ?*t as) naW f kre Meh ta pap
thage hu t. 344h b h iarat .Iathe stan

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aesl pImno foru tRi t4 7iy4, f isateo. SLp
tune iongew than oiiia;'ops iate4 d
be. t m terti. an t~io artiio
S )Up todte 4 eIn at ry i ;"

Sold by us continuoIoly fo

without a shigle failure. Ifn yo
want a piano for a lifetime'"
Service buythe
matlau heie '. T
Pri0e sa ow M iu cits p alar t with aitaitt
( c4 t or termsier. B oni o J day'
triat, ty iKght. W rl

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. J. H- 14 )D ,RM AN .
DEN" 1. .1
ov er o *1e l s;a6l llera .h '*e.niil
Ole lp i 9 r r+ A O 1'C,
sipeelot 1ttentila to Crown and Bdrlde *ork. P
.PhOne ;' \ L .. , +

" Q1WO 13. + ZNTIST'

rtive yea s ei*xperleno Ipn'w York Olty,
Oroi lBrldtre work 4 II(na in Spetaltioa,
- Ah WOItK ('trAtaAN1IW OD. +,
Orrni. ttN a KehL lwa,. UAmioSVZ.L5, FLA
rHiE 1WST END, ,
JOb!N tMN.UKiS, ,roprietor.
0-92Si W. tnay at., Jacksonvillce, 1 lo
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to oalJ on me when it Jaoksonvills
A. .DACOm, .
SuOrveydr nd Notary Public.
CoQreyoneeag a Mpeeianty.
qokoi0iiikt4 tiitwiii 01 V' tast, Ma''

^, dvit ^tL Fr on.i

ai sell your elt property, (.0;
tttk *t114- 1 8ieud' hit
i.ieu oier r to. m

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AGE.:\;.;^ NT***,*: \^

ipt* LLE, I tthE.Y

SIR. T. 8CHAFER, Prop.
oCoriir Giove and Oypreom streets.
onei166t P. 0. Bo 545l
a Ai9 FVOLLE.LA, *

CHOlc 1 BiADSi, CAKES and tLES
Prest. ltveri Day,
lieored to All Partss oft
; i .' -/8aUB^tctlon.dusarnt'e 1;1;/.4


Alachua Pool Parlors,

C. lures, IPropri o,;

Located in thb l"orter fLocksouth
ide square The. f, rt*ac1 ta.bleu.
Good lights, anlid rompt and ?oureuous
service. The pubbi is cordially inltcd
anid aiwiyM welcome.

A WB totL )T i OW 1,03 0 A0t,
Io n a

oRIlesam Rt*Wt E

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Qr stokofDRESS GOODS is ready for your ipectio
A w exted to you rdial invittiontocall on


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O PATE h F iHaveeuth A ml niver I of order, With ur .ttn. tit
Oi Vlon 4 WI o h al ewe but Iva ti not bI AUnt
Fi xed by S tate Qom it for ',. V1rehz i t s f fiyrl t e el the
Holding Count....imary trsi l.e celebrate tonight at, one > readgt ... doses to

PROPOSES 4ULY 12 A4D AUG. be For 00thity 80pbHiCnteb.ndent ofs Scio .olat o
Meomm!tteema m Dtrict Nc the frwho preset for tri al 4o 1et ('to n of
ry, Will t M ky d t n di e $r o r e t he o rw itlo atirea a gndsmoer,, $a ill t e au e tiot to the l ) emo. .... ......... :' O
Have Cowishs o mmittelarge DsJorit;.rd ths Ieti n The lodge il "o" rit arty. Itoh t th ..u all. .
Qate'Fixed byState o at the eo re64u R h o f ra nveo hotiiad bo I s ort < to van witeen tmuver w ori s, ror anent c o te.,
Aotersi the tdeis r' n of th e raekbr o the pubi school ionter tK o, t, oft' he ioillnoi'.' ..

,rB~ nor. repr~lmii ^'it o.ipi~l:rieol .jntbjo [oIK.tBe "i ........
dlor un: ma one of the lum ble night up n one sndliA.oE and the ty. oldMtV M, I. NTS
Co.. .,e ounty PEbeeit 4r t
.bof the nt eii ve trnalr tioi, of the rgutlatr* or ea ountiubi tl ofotio8

tConiigtta .COT mitt.e ha.uppntefdD orir motors, If i A E3N
mrs it not aeleted by the budines~, t he T lodge will be lsed, sigi d date po y t nue of Si on )y o. O Ga eSVll debt.
ary, I feel it my duty, in obediexe other wit I a spread and smoker, Will t, subiqak to the aotioli of the > ellm o
the wishes o th a large aorit dy o ah penj altyed ui pri Pna y, and riApo rity so lit LE .
voters in the disorit that 1, ha A full endane e erf hanm y, Io r tb aii n iyol( a( o d ...... . .....i ... a ... " ..N

.Ditootic orm o' ,oiipitlittu. Only., dtilhoi^^ ', hrt 0- u" -of------------y" ;J, ,;"
tonor of~ re et1ating, to protW Mount Vernon Lodge, together with
pimnaiy for the tierinuation anll hurting Ktr s, l, d e I m a candidate for let othe n tof ACCIDENT IN"
ty ofi certo the da Ho.te|ad time sit SuI prit beeOf yrit of P o t li "t truM tio
te, pitin~ay, the 10th 9fMay~. of Alsoha ounty,subjeettotheaetion T OLD E $S

r o fEo it 1 'oeirte, ,. The Death Penally, of te Demod rate p-ntry,* An E s' co' 9 V i ,, i, 'i A""iNSU R. i .ANGE C. i i
a.ta of !e. menh~b ,rea 1 thing rOi7 etimei results i n /elietS- \ t Ii't will. favor ret .lrechm ntt A i
ly, not elected by p i"nary, death; Vhn i..a mere1 acatohni n usiln and the .pa ut of the phnool A Edebt
a so alled mnbers at eth ctsor puy boils hAve paid te J 1 t hoLL'vY, E
"}ted. y other ar4 giversN death penalty. lt" k wise to have For County 1udge. 0 POqAT O HAtv r ILE

(lount ofdge. oiiiiolbig, ;.
not. excited by priean y b dytii p iili imore l sat y e Wilt, losig, ac slid the p ut ol w rii, l.t dn iiel1i.""tf i .
a Letnooratie fore t of uloets and piles tiles haten O 2, dupaid th e f.rl, 1peesiy hno to e ntlalN
time iat the pov' al couna ll: toiutle y ~ t vntie tdoKfso in t ;.l future, *.f .cell o Uale lI e r hand y, t l1ylle y a 'kO (d
bo 4 t trviprima.roy fd. th t eom l POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS pr "' f 'rr .ar, will %ts f' l

SGit.. t i o' l Al-on lly n'o t bo itf lWrk.'Qf ill*ci!, i i- 'W cie'f'aniihlat o iotr Vnd j fouhite. r. I
f r pui a soent y anilera of far o ntonl for te laEL. w An emee l rts ore a t111;t Juge r v' hee ;i i ttnll po inf ant i hVta e
l om, you faolfelly, and astk yo to trust m2k,
of tate or 'Nan m t, ii u y d t u if0iiiition, s ait trl ng you that your iot Adi 1 .1
again, ife to e county ofctor If el et' ronl to dne wiorm i n8ot be hrel t i k r tl i i ntlllt

s are 1 ploiveexpd n b el Is tih n- dut i otl. uni,,riti'hiflly ilndA imy juo. 't'i noLt0 Wipfh f: niitiir, Hid by i ltdtiitf i.'riihiiI i(fitta^, (r yi hlth h i th |i i....
unnlng for higher Iosions, will lrto t ,da *P ul 'Al Nf Ust l
oii.i-gorgty o protect AlM tIn li ti&. promiao1km l t r- tltraiiw i rt i, o it,.Itr e f ,tt, I bx tetso' 'ltiok ,li 11 u t6 1t.'1
osh4rurno rt for.asl ts suf hir? aniOt. it tite .1 d us ae cndldcle fo r o a Coun ty trl. ...
canl t average other t nter the thp position of Clerk of'the WOfrtilt LTh 'otLf a A4Ldtto Lo o fnd' V 00
SpIpethe, ounty thuvote intold Sgently Court 't Al yohiuntiy. and.l imi -t sMa ima.O idte R or *t l a l LOSK Or npany
us geOlding T ixed, ih e havin g bdt hnot nyI opt.< vtfu ey u its. n l otof l i n for tho.lo d t e a f C Ls h husyia reit, '
S it ninuaoe to vote The objector if elected 1 promise to perfor, the i le us performed tl etids odtf thr of' e 'V tor the te aa made, i d for c.m afrti ..tepla.
y it will savle expenses. I an duties of the oilitie f ithfully and fully flee u .tihI l nsioer, asI by itg t hs ; t.rha of a si or at thing I that
I som i isot our te tto priu-ip(ototectul the I s e ti p roti s knowiocr g tho. I r lel t ocrtie sreei l nyt nit i tltyl to at r.o. box to a bank v |ult, it s r.t iy'
so oeirthe h e reay en learned by exper-i
i saoyuand athan t rh il boes. vedt Iali e'rcons ltr t ti olIfs A. 'A. lAyO' aend "OCAMr< ANl hC iS H N &
lor? As for expenses i Od o '1ihe olpiig ingtheiir C etfu y :, J.MXYes pfll A. D., l t Iiufor atis iih .hr yrf!lly furnish. .h ' ... '. '
s primary,'tev'ry eonmmnittee- SAM. ) LV II WV1'NGTS. nder the in %,)iusdo 'orIinane

Sthe,.i. A.vvd)ititt^ ririi ThM LOUISV'L E t f4t It u o Ih
, Ahshpr imaar, it wil the dtci l cltunty i, bjectfult l y ns of l h ls' l iis et d inina t hi (st

* thin theater it tof the cinters o th t lIe to t he best of my )t v I t e 'or of sa.d.estygh l l oy is beir ry. ,r 1th', "
cot' ty, knuowing as I 'do the schemsws *pectftilly, .1. )I J i),, inn ettio i h *t i' OIsifl
o be'..... .. di o .y ('- i. Q.i- ii^ith ltst s'ss I tt l i ,dy U Elt 1
'f' lticians, arnd be:g a farntm-cl ir 'aot i* "s 'For "i W,. ili a ttel i!,miett oatr e, tss it, ilt ] sf *' *'*
etIt rt ir". that if the primary is siralld I ua i m i;.ly ( i o 4 I 1a t'
the .0th of awl l bi t wl e diistri ueit' it~l Iny s 'thif ~u sc iete Is r ,s!f is o thuut \ig l t fsItoss ie on r orlhteO tihe I 's t of asl 5s L1O I
.. P' .r.. ti.>s to ,ihant. it .d mi tosp irt..fh 11p11ors hian H, of s( i st- 1Thel e t L OWSYI. !t I &IjyI.. t
farmer, to the school teacher that oiry f r th i 5 rI ttt h m"te "nty. ri o ti s t iltis > t i' 'A lt i,
SIIn"" W ttIiI it t C o tle ats o ii. twenty sl, t ti t 'eili: tit
neass JF April, as that i their nsu oty (ch usd rs. Ilit

t1'' .. .. W ill
at on 'that day I Yif, rnittell rn warmest apprteiaton f.r ste d r I i
primaryli for countyof iters on the cnliititjlatm froy tet. d eftr "hi tor t i my clr d k thVe sUlldt hd ol ....ll u thr .ug t tIckets v. '
htyn'd l m d primary wnIt on t raed, I hape tl this l.i*th.dayt f IVhroat y,. A.. D. rtes, 'oehdu..leJ a.d l'ea!iitr
ter J;iio 0,,*114 A 6ry it

*eti 9Ihu' of August. I ask evls y $ e t d 'to (Iis 'f 1 and too ,' W J ', earat te apply so
itteaman to infldout the sitntiments sbllty.ti do ily d iu.ty, reiad l, of M(yor,. 'i il( i Mi

posi/n alld 'comeapreepered to voe la; so yuu t! .ir ,.,us -e- o. -,--!n-).
t i ently, averist distrIt wishes ,o courage t ta my Ifrt Nc' 'The t
can ... .. ,Pg d' !i a.1d or 1)0ure n, a Y ,

0oe ve of do t slid 1ea ititoiiait 1h & s6-ll4 "rirat;e. ., r t p tiltl ..lfiedi..
S' illtero s hare e at I o re tr y'hs Sr'hal) of tiand remise. 0, tillec* t t Y,
n tefi e rae y if' f ount eeaaeful. buwt ;i ti t' l6cssl of Aitt eet,

tt ger n i fo r th e d 'l fdi e g . n t t lo i mll Y it I oaor F 1 r n r f r
~t@ aliss Tb ifea r In rnis4 sk the. h a a e isutate, fur the f uin et' A 111rf lily f erMoil
1'.1a11t k) 'stilt kit go 'o- Doel dI know 1o9 at4 5 J i ti t tolV i tto

.l P sJe o il...1.. ..... le.iydtdlle ,V flt "iI ., .'
0, wilo.t ou #ns4 toI rot te f 0t raflik
$@ t h ii'pel of flerhir g ougt %lon t tOtui tiso dfetteed n T oy w ish aa

-,.A. ,, . .. o ptj ull of t 'h de, as "r e 's I: ; 5 nl* ; e: ::,
iApoD ip tn ito ith i r noyety Adprl all De*Are Hi 7 eatie, lrllh.qtie S'(teks iis Ch OsmYt'I;1: t;

.. .. rigr_: t f.of l scnl ~ouI dty ro o toi .tllke ,:S I'eIV. s
ri Jii or exstel 6trein Hi ' s e a si a it o .. .........t.. ... .
.,. s.. ta. ni kV't 1t Utt *1olpr,,',. 1 .' i i: od; IIt
itZ rI f w Ue,.. t iete and ratiite f o isrr y. 01 hf Cilit, "- 71 #18. W-

i o ehe t at arable . stt *t t. .... .so the eI st ao my abi listy d 4so r t i ).rtg i' '.
d1ies $too, .I, of appetite, 'ou hi t t supp s o e rte B:w '
to ia t Aitnd lptu the l te. d- spe all, 'il t h si .r ,8i LO. wrotf.... 1% ,th. .Manu a u or ..4
I W l:tfa.. Wit i's to the 11it ;t i if t .0 . i t Iffy r &W M

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.or7 utAee, Tit' "RA.,v,.:,,,s A%#4

oaalssmo be, a 40400 A I T s "". p ~ .n
..:' ^ ||lel^ W ft ta itt *'''''ii~~;*' i^ I'i"*' ^ wi tr* *'A '''''.^ ^^ '^ X 'w^ -X ***1'* '..lw : 'v^/ "'," Op.t,.*'* ^.i ^
^ m M ^' t e tt f i ~ 1"m w 1 1''* 1 i''' 1' ^ y w w '.'' .* *,. ; \ '*,* (i~ jR B B~ ij~y *v uk i -' ^ .* 1*':-."i'.*.'. '-1'' 1 .111 ***. **'l'.*.:l' '*.**, ..' 1' ''' .:',, **': O K I.- ''.'''w ~
.' ll~ll^^^^^ d'1 ' *..^W Sif f ^ v y..^'';*r/:'vi:,'~**:-^;.-;l^ 't "l ''^:^:'i A(T~ l^l^ 1~t^ lfB^ ':*** *;'''*' 'Aaukko ll''''::11: '***-.^ ^

J.1)aosta wfl
be, has beecn a

Weannpy, one
lks metln of A-1,6
ilty yesterday.

Mot kterest Gath.
Ou* floport-or..

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od 804 Wha 91"s,
dSIn &sh graph)
WOO Re oily
2 o' %to

S gilt I
oijr i'ii ; a .* 4 t* T h e 1, 0' 1 1.^^ .;:

r0 0 p 'r ho :se*

frnW loto Hle (or l le
ilr life lituran'ee

a 'roreslvefrert
odor UOtt $i the lotyw

re WltVr .tadl of Mio
o in nwthq visitors toe-

teso f l at dJersette of the
,'0N i ,1w failtoad isas ] o
Apfpdaik Wanopty'
a etArOf'ttr Oret.k. was a
ithis ltyo estordsy. le
(int$ abs agreeable all.

ik i vlalogi those dreii -
htaWi flouse (Sundayi

pVhl4ll of ll'wtihuti anid Ott'
,r*. P. P. .Inter of Cm-
kSvpetitfa a few ays it thet
O are getwo of the l Xrown
:ShetifiY3, ;ee Stos of

M tang the visitr to
s terday, ~"aoitg bwit.
Wo'* haituhess

bliii .at. of 'ru1,ek Ga.,

bit$$ but tlhsant visi 'to
glati^st', Jr., and friends,
lirmiri.ntenlay. .
eltion as salesator as
|? sn best ofl retar fur.
resa N S, .t)Ally0 n.
*l t, tthe tlelent tookk etera

the M)iotanu poiipl vlsitila
*M *eetsay wrts Mayor J.

l ol ea. Joa Pll o

ta ~t'ae~, eae e

tita let 4tt;

shigt t^^e

sod Cold' Wt r o ling Yet,r
BUT e it4,16 joany WinterG"ks -left, atd during this week

wi 6-, "5Qo w lgowi g o ft pioea or OoA wIgodsN oed

or eglar oo at for ,00
Child. J' Jai kts w hat Two-Thids eReu P i

All opt$1 w ol goods out to 800 yd Al our $1.10 !QPl goods at 90eyd
A41 oir $1425 @oI goods at $1 yd Al our $1. 0 wool goods at$1 20 yd
STheibove does'iot include black. or White goods, 'but our regular
st9ok of colored Winter Goods.
Be Sure aRid' Look at Some 'of the Many Bar-I
ll gains we Shall Offer This Week.

Mrs. R Wil son

t, e, 'he a. aw lt
Robie. BA ldeoiof I ig hSprings, i
valued eploye ot the meehani.ea do.,
apartment of theA1t0ia:. t .oat Line,
was among the visitor t o OGainesville
Twenty-four odhooe bulldlng lots for
pale, terms reasonable. Brow's iaddi-
tion, ME look 6. For Intformaton
0.lyto"Mr. P. J,.Mitbeleli, .
tChrh'prtpet, eity.,I .8t .
(0 0. Martl~n4 0,. A, Gassett of
Bell ad V. H Boone of Hawthoni
are i1 the lbjy. Yhey *re in attendance
at:hetA rt a, jurymen, and made:Th
B agreesbie call last night..
inuelP,. Holmes & 0o, brokers in
steotks, Mri and cotton, Baldwin
bloek,3 Jonviile, Fla. 8pelal at.
ttion to local scuritles. ,bRefer to
iin btiak i Jllcksonyilie. Orders exe
ued Aoiotily on floor of New Yqorl
'8t0, *h e ,::2.,e,^dtf sii:
Among t:he arrivals at the. Owa
Aget f theUnited State) land *ffiO,
with, h Q* ''M(> ,'Rtahtof rielids herea:re l
Wy" glad, to e i ,
Wl, A Johnson of Bennington. W, A.
4osi.of Ala hnaan-pd *Jaiimes-.aley 'of,
r", Otre, trading in ,alneiivle yes-
tOrdayi They eash caIme and renewedd
their sulsrlption to Alachuh'Us lumni
wei, yu tcthinyoni ofTieil, Hutl46
the clever and suocesuful traveling rep-
rae'etative of the Oovington Company,
r o lds and notions, .tacksonvlille,
'ptiit xday in is hi ,ty. Mr. Hutoh-
jsluit tansainyfriends here who are
always pleased to entertltuim, i .
J.; (1. rangeti erstwhile chief of po.
iee of thie:lty of Gaineville, but wh o
is ow resUling at his former home ill
Oranfdin,' utnam county, prrived .In
the olty Sunday on a brief visit to his
Wife and baby, who are s.peuding a se4r
son here. Mr, (Oraogerls friends in
(latineville, of whiul he has a great.
mnny, are always glad to see him,
oaut, T. IT, Willard announces him-
e'lf in today's Sun as a candidate for
sheriff of Ahlachua county. Heo served
the people of Madluri county years
ago as sheriIff and proved a most e**.
lloiont olloer, Diuring the last session
of the Legislature ht served as a mem-
bher of that body front Alachua county
ad was an liable representative. 'He
'Is one of thie best known men in the
county and is in every Way (Uitlitled to
fill the office to which he aspire .
Thle positive demand for the legit*
imate diant rendered in an adequate
inmianr, ha literally toroed th pror
dtuOtqits of 8hakespeare'r.moet beloved
tlay, "'Rm >ttntu oud Jollet.' The f .int-
vol pres, tat~ioun of the bt'utIf ,h love
"story. wji h.I staged d' .ostuted .
suOeh a amai r as to eit~gh tthe eye oft

aid efects, willalU be msade especially
for this one complete proditlon to ben
hir-e pok104 o; ro dat-, .
raryV ry' '
7 a t Th .: : .: :/.....

: Marrtn, Tent.,,June 5,,S.l, l.

idi t:s haft, used your Oreat -liowrj

* IL1...lh kidnq troublee, sail mnos
hearaly 'reaMttnd, t to all suffers
duot6 kfey 44s l fasq fo
ix.. h. WRANOaa,

O ti es ,ai 'o l4 of gtht ;"a .o

kIidau ani hidda kw.nha .s....

Dr. L. W. Moore; formerly editor of
the Florida hristian Advocate in this
city but now pastor of the Ocdla Moth-
odist Ohuroh, ia greeting old friends
lere. Dr. Moore i well pleased with
Ooala and his charge .
The ladies havIe coime to the oonolo.-
ion that' the play that is good enough
for their men,,, folk-Dunpan Oiark's
Female MinstrlB-'is good enough for
them, and common ense says they atre
about right, At the opera house to-
night. *
Duntao Olark's COomnpany per~orsmed
to a large idliiioe of gentlomew ato
Deltltemr iUste evenitog It was a good
performance, but there was some edis-
appoltied in the bald-headed rdw be-
cOaue it Was not(so naughty as wak al.-
'tioipated. The "renqh high-lkiknrs
tand, skirt dancers were excellent -'-
Pueblo (C'ol) i)aly Chlifttn. 'At the
pl ra hotUsetonight. ., ....
W.' Newbern of South ,'Oaesvi!lle
had hel misfortune Sunday losing a
tin Jersey OWW, the .nismal hating
Aded suddenly of eoiwvulitons. '.iae
w(U'eaqof thei lintt cowa in this see-
tior.i'.eitgthreeo ad* halt g itnt' of
milk ,erdayi'nd yieldingf:rauj(it~st(
to eighteen ipounids t it) te,'ri. butter
per week, tienil ''of Mtr, Nwber 0

Pr. 0., M. Tillman of Ri' priui.
pal of Oodwin Semtinary. was- in the
lti yesterday. HIf, ated that at th*
x, rida eVn>ings social was Iven
(tthn0 r"fht'.tr. and 40Mi0,'( MIi
in honor of-hiefelens ,esitilsuti
Ada ltmpher. W nO is <.Itt popW" r
aiong both patr00 1ad. aI|lupi. The
everhg'was paai in' a .mst" eny '
able oamnner, the program eonaprtsatng
teetl and slataruanatal uasla. Ret*
freshmenta wes awri q .

41 Bul 'itttu,'o yt
4). hiswr he h ma ben w fo the

Insure with Cashmau & Hil.
Miss Annie" MoDougald, an ,ace ooi
plished y6ung lady of .ryan, Tex., is
in the ely ,for the season as the guest
of th family of Dir A. J. Vidal.
:lAmongth *l-iB l :fellow ,ho are
4"ha,4PgiSg up atthe'Browno" uoe for
a few,, days isW: M::ISeV t,',the lever
representartive'Of the' R. J. Reynolds
obaeoo, 0.ompany. 'r. iite, enjoys
probably the bi'bst re'prd, for sales than
any toaca nI o me'is ay,
tti ih n an averagr record for the past
yer ,of ounds:,:,r, moWnh.
"That a' heap of tobacco," good-n0a-
Wuredly remarks the soalesman, "but
the people netd the tobceo atnd,' I need
the job, honeo it's a mnutual thing for
us all."
J. A. I'itts, formerly of Fort White
btut for the p*ast fewyears traveling in
Montana, Wyoming and Yellowstone
IPrk, is ih thm nity on a visit to hils
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tr. wA Pitta. Mr.
Pi'tts eisatt'd in the First 'Florida
regt. 'ns t !q(litqig the l ;ipil iii -Amneri.-
cal war, and 'tva,'d ls n i ntiielr of
Coonmply E, the Jtck6ul!VicLi light u.-
fantry. Whenthe regiment was mus-.
tered out of service ht returned to
Alachuet coutity,' but in l18 D went to
Philadelphia, tliere ho secured a posi-
tion In the Cramp shipyards. e10
worked on t!t. Russian cnriser Variag
and the Russian battleship Retzivan,
recently destroyed by the' Japalnese
navy, anllt'tates that they wre n as line
ships as were ever built. Mr. Pitts ex-
.petes to be eore soera'l days.

I iI


S In te rlael n iorid4,

BRUARY 24th anid 25th
fifl 7h nd Lake( I ity, Febru,6

DM1.1_vt %oOa AeMuille.. AM
Dr. Goirtht wt mke iregtlar
10 .**414SvfT10} !

We have just rece ied i
stock of fresh Pea and ^ Beat
..eed a sfollows .

Extra larly Alask Peas
MC'Ean's Adva e P :eas

Landroth's Extra Early Pmas
Hopk#ns' Inproved Volunteer Beaus
1,000 to One Refugee IBeana
Extra Early Refugee and Wax Beami
will arrive i' a few days.
A We hive prices lower than the low,
est. Write for quotations.

Thomas Hardware anid~de 4.



Personal attention to .'*
al matters in this lie.,14 i'
Mail and telegraph or- '
tders promptly attend:
ed to r

Ga'inesvile, Florida

E Muln At tirstcriner [ o .l of P O.

Open Early and Latite,
Sevt'ee the bestT.,

Famous Continental oyster.
and drip coffee. W'esteri steak;s.
Specialattention to sippers,for. '
ty or less plates. Special orders, ,
rRiglar'uweal. 'Try pn oef onr,"
me tiok'fet o.f
S IoWthlr Bel,' l'botie NO. ,it" '

SCopie and large
6ortraits fr0"tlf
":. v V I 5Tatr.ial y '
hut II Ished
in oil

SETUon t.
Gain tilile Florida.


Swill olit -our litle of omforts a*d Blak
Regar~dles of Coet!

tbswee osN y 5. #"^ 1):'5 Oou^te

Miss Ssale Rice of High Spring
is on visit to friends in, this city.
3. er rutch oft Alinohua visited his
hfamiyiily l this ty yeste4y. M r
$100. Pb G. Ramsey of Wacahoot,
wagtrangootiOg batsfiBess in this ,city,

lt.'L.- Brow'n of HIgh.Sprhts .Bad8.'
r, ol of Bland are. the ii.s 'they.
em4e TIhe Sn. an agreeable cal yes

POP Sale or Rent-Two-story 8srooqtm
ply 0; W Moyers,-cltcy orJ, J.Mixsn,
Wlljsto.l PIA. :49-daw;1m
W. 'B. Frraqi f Jacklsonville' me
lber oft' the flirm o the W. 1. FranosI
tTmipany, was In the city yesterday
and madeThe Suna fraternral call.,
After, a brief but pleasant visit to
his family its this city, M. .. McCar-
roll, manager of the Edwards inter:
ests in .oala, returned to that city

$ I