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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Source Institution:
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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iV Kobolise 1
Believes Japan'i
irably Damsagd In
it ."Port Arthu
Pofit by Russlan
ersburg, Feb, 24.-
Ia August or Sepi
oete defeat of tho
high aiuthutity, i
b the Ruttsln
ntiii oa.Qa be takt
et the bille in t
lo.teras. He addo
see can hope I
I lrmV.aint Iloe. Ps
tumblers ito that
e honestly ,are
Md, it will not 1l
tro, fouurt r OeveR
!uBd.4 addlUon.hi .
itessary.. When
i9iirthi4 'ind readyy
Sdivtb.,Ing theo Japw
Frankly, it seemsI
pIosee have utterly
Wte Russia's resource
ot't thle ild of Great
ilted States, neither

ItERS Mirter of PI
p Gnat Britain hlci eri
t believe any halluelr;
imta iwho 41t4 it) Bna
i to, wair rlad i tha
ot 60tthey would a
tp'0.or d"rt fitrirt
*w al- a Cho'it-for.
*t4 flapde our mpro
Spwar, which wpa.
flyt.eo s the Pr
b o 4' with thbe ult
SW ill aet oW thei
ot timia will ttntv
saltt. Relt.,cce
sh .rd at t.e rat.i

b fatstily yt

Attb ttith

W Pot Motifl

U ;ST',, t:-l.- -i

0G iU -Iij stiarnoy subjaaco Vice .

4 t od include tie"trodps
nolth of Manchtira. The official view I
.ough e o the taonI tha, t Viero" Al exle na
.Will remain in supreme command; eIn
Ordoe. ., but the viceroy being a.sailor, Lener-
al Kuropatkin was appointed his 'lieu-
INTO SIA. tenant for the army as Admiral Mak. MISSISS
aroff' la for the navy. Speaking on thU
Flaet Was subject or possible investment ofPort No Oneo
th .iiavai Arthur, the military authorities hera But. S
do not believe, the Japanese will at. But
>-R 'pland tempt to make a landing in force on Missis
Victory, the Llao Tang peninsula. Tho tormer ously
"The war say there Is. nothing the Ilusslans At
tembr in would hlte hotter aR such an attemp Athult
ptemr a 1i doomed to certain failure. ThIt ,' l
Japanese4" aluthori'ties here aasort that the south T>il
i 'Intimate .... rtsiway
er rn portion of the peninsula is strrong. A
war planl, 'ly guarded and that the north shore A
n faithfutl presents insuperable obstacles. The tra N'
, ighet only chance of the. JapaneSe, it I tireli,
d.: Heow claimed, would be marching down c trl;(
. sc te from Korea, but to de this, it li add All th
ual or ,u-1 they muat first'defeat the Rusian O river as
det e thy on this side of the Valu river, the ban.
unable to ,t 1. even -l u tlwoy td hr- far a
Sificult e to ace wth an impregnable tl p
six hun-- tronghold; The Assoblated PrW or tilo
en in in thl now .tttlde'and4s that trrand Dk. Clark, v
our forces Alx i (unole of the clar and high near t.he
they will admlral) has recosideted his decision.. Tr ti
inee into to go to the arit ast He was exH e o 'lo
to u that tronmely nxiousl to go, hut the granln
failed to duke felt that his dulles here Would
es or have .necen'iltate his remaining in Ht. Pe. Atlt
Britain r terBturgA. wy otllhl
of which *"'- at Pilb
i Ruhia's New War Minister. train rai
St, Petersburg, Feb: 24.--Ooneral Ba .ig wil i
kharoff, lchlir of staff of the military (ig
S distrIlt of Tiurkestan, has been ap A iig
pointed to at as mnllter of war dur- led iind
ing the ahlo ice of (titeral Kuropiat juirei
kin, whose appoilntinent to coliiuantl NMi(s,. i
the Russlan inllitary oroes In tthe Far lbrohtii
laist was gaaetted yesterday, onh Itess

Selleved Ruesia's Black Sea Fliet Will
GO 'Through Dardenrelles. Clever
New Yeork. Febh 24.- .-Negottlitona
lar irogl-tilIlg, sita1Arts Ih HiItIerald's. NL nw
St. l"it'rsh r g utll..('.'.ir a l)ild.nt, tor 1th o nrV c'l l t
pasattdge of thu ilDrditllt)i bi)' tile 1tuit wAti 0i) i'.
Alan ii lhk esua (le;t, h i nIl o
lItisltii is deterinioi l to gtl huer t i
sll oM s tiroigh, tiI o rI' po ds t 't V ra; a 'rh, li t
iV li II it. tou l tstlo(isary lo iliopt the lai r
l < m titge eof alterllg their ajpeair mliti ,
alne u.',. illiguting I thula a at ii r chant- it li. $.';,
tu1 .i '1T p to hin lt#imo t w11ling. It," r<
land .if l C' Kgiunil tlak s an ii0jictloh, ,iitli,.ri' i
ll t 1u s d tllwiitl (I Oltlilit, "it wtll i sh h i ,', w
a strluil fort ain elinid(itto advance to- .tiio 5n"I A,
ward Indlp i,' t, ( .
Admiral Aletxiff i retireireoiif t iar tIruon 1r,
bin hvlth his 'ltaff Ii.o lfittei'ir l ito t 1o d.ll6 i ttiO
'.. niesti that le. Is cnrnvlciod tlihe Japti. ty 1W
pt Affaris. fnOe wilN hid.tfgi Port' Aritsur. 'Tlshe v n'
i 'ed :'; flee t liis re 'vedl"i. t aitoeiu no' i-t to a ilt'l lI
iriid -, we 's ga 'l i ii' A y ight a.t'. pre nt ,hui to ''rtv',l u
Yltaii ",' r'ntlin ot.he dlell.tlittAi:Ulntll tIbshe: il.)t!ti gxt
glnirisning'' i of July, wheu a A 'of the.
St t with Ja t t Far ast
coiplith 'Ht 'Is altNd also. by that time that They Hi
;o ftirIt to part of the W*ck. ia filet wl.i bie l . J
Or, couse on t :ea. Annt
re work on. li the slpkps under oon*. on es ofl
en ol atrjeIn lon b .in sp .lailyp uued to rakiig t

l~et po" British Offlcers Honored. h4 btil t
tlde l mornltoing ti l' ,' Te 'Iin *tdle tst. e" were
' r ^.l '11A S X414 "wlk'i0 ijl* nl i et ,w W
"iaeqite Loa ant lyntea sod L taanf to ts
nthatt M l se If' ynrittr *i Lttsanv ai t .at tgd I'n
l:. .t.O e. them for tasvigaung. ia4lla Jp s th *tard
f' are0 miarmtored crtitisert Nhiltln s ita .l .tis I
0i riL *h.00 1 A romw ina .t'y. apsiS ti e a lbs flu;l Sen sad rsresastad site id toe g
-- e to with g.eifts of llvep and ihqiv.s work*
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. .ftlllE M '*' IS UNDOUO.'TroLY INSANI.
u^lo.Ftn lL "Mn WhWanteo td t 0ae Prele4auit
S" A MeIntolly Unbala'need "i
J THEN RAILRbAO Chcao tr 4-The 1ris
.. ... ', +i. day stys
8see Passenger Train ll'r'"i Ielar, whoseperierf
.f. t f rts, to ts (o vPr o tl(lint l (too soy lt y ens.
'Goeis Into1 River. teOdal isultiI'd I i is al.rel ;at ts, 0
"','W---tit Whi s ihtor', Is kilow lri Cihtst'ago,
SIPPI PFtEIH HT COLLIDE. P. 8 Whii ht g, .7S Fl rnitie nvaitniw
-.., .a. yal tU imalii ls his II phI t anid his
Killed In Passenger Wreck, bellft Isla"- lwd on i litulgar's. uiotlolit
t-I . that pl ohli o'l ;iilliiaes sulhoti ui s he liajl ,'
several Injured-Twb Killed In
e*- to liutdlal e tisuir trdeo or, profes.
ippi Wreck and Other' .Scri. sloti,
Hurt. t. T: Whit ti titlu thati Itelgar wa i
it, Fo. 2i-Tlhe following ae. ac t i tl l ol is t nphow. u 'k ct ,
i brioi sainI. Ie l t ll l ty nII I l'htl, notlsd 'tI t h lt
ta ve ou at the tiait un thi u t lie \\;' i another inli vilil',
a gVe O4at st thle lllth' .. m 1 tiiug y.u ts hi Iiplew klt.e
St loc, this o niung n lr ilis wilt ilai i itom tll d ti 'kill hilhits ilr
v if 1ih bI1 : 10tl t lingi, I I war .6YOi M' ago.
r t T en l, Kn u t V l l fe d i t hh i i a > 'Ao i n g t0. .
lo truck at rook oi t h li t'iir. to hi. hi'.lng. m'ois 'or
tratlaing the engine, matallh ra, til l ia l Itrei i- ,tll irff l'i tl r '
tiln oar and one dosefio' t llinttoile the i'sh lut uof talMl lsis
re ctsM went into he 'iifgorn attllI hi iti l, go0, wheo on o la l w ay
the trackk wais i ciirve llong li t lls sii whr'to lia worke li
k of the iiv0 W at thatiut o s th t lops tou hi' hom ; tAt Iniur
s ears bu asoertalod I, lli o t aI i ltt lt lil n wU t s lU t,
eougers or ecrow orW e d o rIwn it c i s watsolts neouti
Msly tinjurtd, exopt t* '11i0tt'a s di iast .s oii i1 1t fdal li t sie.'rotls
iho had iea loft fioot' s.. oti s 1i tn II ch. l ti n aI liti f a trueri
lii.k :, lh' 1 1.(t i tl a t 1 i ch, flt'i nu
'ack will be Clearo d by 10 or i skull
Wreck In MialI ippl. Brvve Wor '" .f .F i P n .. n
it, lioll, 24, -'The othrn s ail ve Work f Fire tin P-ovent nB
N hireT rlepo(l that last t nigl .. Expl. lort.
he ''w., rl 14-lu. 24--tn corsularll
I, M s. an s4stlhi d l' illh w w 'r t i 'l
Il Into ti open switch; eollu.l 'uil- r i t n l tli t i" i' e r -
. n ; 'I10ti1. frolgtb on ti slu Itil 04 Itili tos t Subssii
I jt li-eitrI t(,l ltli ion Itil(t l +1-i 'i i li-l (ls ',t (o' l isu t l tw
S '. 1. (..,1 ) .( < it : t o-f thl i miailllltltl
l' illn tt s tn was ini atso ilt'- ( a. .. a 't', s N i. l"i -
th other probably -A fatlillyi' tiln- tul l ost li.(- a H y
Jn n o f l, o- liu u block l t ii li yNtlul .tlu .(I .
i l.1 1u ir h a d w bo th t ,i le li twi 'e i o s i uith d (lbi ilt h t i uti
s l was o ithew lue l'it' No I th was IIAu lsgitd its1 tu e stllt tf
wal hirirt it :.: i .'o 4, N.
ngil r ta are l),rly d arnar edsgui. trnts stnoi l, th I.ts ila 01
... -...... ... ........ .... throii hoit tIh 1 o lw K *ti ifam y ini
ED WHILE THEY DINED. ithil" rLtT iI, lshilt lisas ,1 oiii'I tl thoss alt
.l .4 kil-liai ,l 1 i11 bl y i [ () l t i h thtli t
Thlef Surplarltes a Young t t!is tl l h I+ft outl by thoI nldirstiet wOt's
Ladie 4 Sl-tml nary. I h !< o th'
'hllaus'iii rut tbitsI 0l, ltOiu gr'' o, t e s
S iYorl I. i lb : t t 11 i' at ll sit, ril
sit 'Jt llu' I it t it 'i t.i luturti bithot li'ti'tl h us tl11' 1p 'a l atli att, t < int. l

tuhitt 'i l'ti s in i !i I s -li'?i I# i i -u-
P i!' l l h y a (1iv,(r Iolmrmtr hh l i illJ ( 0 tl 1 ad." IIrilli o lt .
-'i4'l l s IIuti 1.ir4t Ait) iI l itluV 'is*ui i i i-i wl ls. iiK u'

sy in.' to tl:l lIs TO PREVENT TUBERCULOSIS,
n to iia> hll las j In on Labor and Char ity Organ, s t
,*till I. itt li (.iu s silW o uitll s .. ., Isi tionIiie Co mbin ,
i i ii. New Yorlk, FI'a It A appeal
i r rs' ttltl th r wa t t .lia l r it>ti I i nd ir i lls h Oriir
uti e ti t h'i o' plo fs Krtr Outrh;; f- l v'TO R'EV" whit '(I 0, 'srs h'

Tilt nu)ut' tiI tlt' !0ll Is' S fti d t io 1 0 1it p. lt y i- n rtv ta it g i

I) (th t,,e p'.(?(t( i hi | the n (' lbor ntdl Chitrtfn it an. li'
Cil ltl' l o m logeo I" .

ail Smuggled Picks Into th eir w i gri s s. sowii n tmhe apr1 oft!.r h e' ls -i
is ? a id, lGlt t ihS bE ly : lsI.a thi tlhmi',li vt diuldrstt casea d

, -,Al .. *'Ih *4 V ;i' pr i A se(ntianl T !sna its n detlo"gatas- -
lm iuii d s )all ltrteos t hte b ais :'o vlelawrti -th if' Kl ( per t-ott clr tii

rih s r t O u 1t an tly i oo r l si ha S.l r .the i* t rit' t ,es ar. ; .r t de
tlMr{niu.r a anid p tsr l .2 o'citiwk tia p(tiin i- rseii nsm..Of the phtisoer .rt'adwm !i thie ordslr' of iithir t4ei~.ny
I r apootiur' -' 'l 0 eoontt:t s lit lilerul(eNt 'ab( hi e* shtftnet

. the (lutlWs ww anId whle ca, ,WAke ttkkuees" s.. at i
l iat,,iu' r"s *tIeusIil.t to is d itfpg 'nsuslehtitss, sgliAea 'b e r, auth
an ne 'a r atot t ail"d lbart, llllA
4ass- 44.iOd p m'I 19h4. bette P.lhef'- f
fC' all't 4r u ",f ees :s a of of
's isd nasons sta eee Appessa'ta tae s.

a ha sute 4*'suetl A i' Kegs. *a4 lite
"f l l sts L# 4l te*
n a t. T*#a 1 ts V*51t 54,wu*s 5



United PolItu Ioly. ,


Another lApagemCn't is Antolnced as
Having Taken riace at Piort: Arthur,
but DOtalls Not Madi PublIAc by; 0v0*
'Tktok f10 Ni ,-The plan arrampad
trr thte eimptror anti imperitdaIll'; 14
quilrtt"ir to ,iiuvoW to ityoto,' 44ii bt
tempioriutra ll tiiandoed and It tsa OW
hoiuiiht, bettor ioot tto rqi1olV .Ulntill
altoe the clhinatif othetispeola i A on
of tliit dtot. etrly wi AprlU .
m'I'otr f-t ultteIv n lln 0 0iln ro4oi l g the"-
t .o>r golvthnter( nt 9 as leQVtvii g th .
dlt( :at iMy ,oto two4 0I.t4, 0.001044:
1or the change ai to, p 4, t U1a04
il!t'rw i tlws.mtuiiltstedt l th totboi' '"
11% iievtlth. VT wsY o yerabY'owA
*il polit 'Lisnt. t titeql iglis M1 isw1
'*.flip. 00ti'try" .nite po 4 ,'.;1 .;.''
And it Iis 44drstood. it diee : I
fully silipur' th i tbsi gnff pettt. an d $e1)
all wltirt l CoIeitrc ttlieurlt# t4 Wa ,t

A *A FPrth ,' sgeiilint ,
:ilitr i i .o:. ?1t The to :'4talVts
er tiotniy ti it dispatch lfrop *l lio.' "
ilO Sithi 'lit freMih enuajgtIueta : toIok
Pii t.t' Iii Port Aittihr THu ai iy ls it.l :
'T.i, d>l.I:l4t 'itlvi' lot b tbtnl a o fl :4'4 .

OefaultIng :g ink PkPtPdesipt: Willf Rei. V",
,. turn Prom tMib.d.ra;. I
* lr. tir ingh i Alit:, Flt. Vl, f E S '
t'itriwoll, thu .lo .tilnti0 l tit l *|t* 'I ..
th. flienmior M$nvligs bank, Witih Inod
to Hoittr s alnit a year *lto, Wil.'
holtiurit to IIliniutr'r anid ns {tsrih r'ifrt
'l'fio ioild jusiy fnpnutd 1(6 thlay liti:s:p
for l tti a.iitona l t.ii gtit ,year on. Wh l
ho1 will htiao to bot Irlil d,
It i u-dti ll tolr d tlli 1 hiit. tlli' lx'o f b4h .'
4'aii (H Irl i. ( atl i t l iA h i4atd 4l $1i, *:
JIn "i' .: ll ellfud'itilolnA fle
' lutlit l a, "lti tl g i ht tll1i.
lit' i h rr lilt ,
.ll, A ilsf. l ,ii'$ t e 'rin. T l ifl,,,.I y
for I'. apil 'Ii Ov, *til # lpl-
h l i 't iHtl' I I>toll, w trhl ti' lp)(.ft
'10 N'' w t' oH a Mt wtl ill tlollAip '.any
itir t liit <'', a. l Ri4 n 'lt i in ! t at ntll4;1 t
tr. l.n .a ..iA .tis rtuto ''ly arrange" ':


U. i' SutprIeme i t i ays lt Alali il :

Alam t e itisw o l lttiit!t i ti hi 0WQ4 4ita"
.4 ys bh y JulPaw fl tx it 'ThVrEMF" :, ''^

of Js0loon (0hn Vorm**r lit6 tuborat

e 1 J 1iriis ttl n l, tel feidert rissi t b . ""
ea la! ttiw iid iM. I '' ( f .'. '..
' lii a intt volvd the, su1 ffra ge '. . ':'
ef!lle of t1es loew; elndtilm oft Al

ran of wh.lich OiC> is a geaiitlt(erf
-the e. 4t of tii detin i. s ag

.evereo f I,:l' C.ieA iiilvera Adrqu at c

A. flas 14 Pathe ite 'i.pu y4
i ,t$ wii w..ith. Uei aa N .'aee a t iP ';
*th wNatl a Uoi p WJl*f!eiN isr "'
ilk, bIm of tE4.. 0oe. fl a hai
5t4. iww tt...*: cNevisi .... .e ........

tvess lit (h* a>^ *R (0 adu-t ftt 4ri 11 ^

: I

p laty4 candidate for th of in
Iperhntende'at of Pbiibo .!.
bf Alchna counts:, I feel 1i'
tp advice you Qf my polly of

:W some oo the proofed
si4etbool:b ordlrawhohI, I
ted, uho Platug of the school M r,1 :,

y Intention to iwakeacanvass, O *o01
y realize the doubt a6 dlffl, 9ire ti
n)eetng all, hece. the pui *

agreed as to the importance
ion, and much praise should
to oIr public awhool lygtethi.
A hasc been paooeoplishod by
sip more Is expected, Ip op.
is offered and results glyeni.
r 'the unexpected tIn school
ppeos, it is often senstiona
pointing. The unusualashort
1.6 Is about, lEIg, M l
atM'. thos lact. The eanb( *:a

Sto the supieprtod tthdna rc-
S701 ly1st, 1r.;08, *tL 8i,60.
'of ths amount is a sopeit diat.

t scholastic year we $4,708.72,
4ton-eilghtihof !the annIt" ta1n.
or almost enou'Igh I to ay tie
.rfor one motdth. ,

inlal report, pag 87.. ) When I
in bolioe 00on"ie leted with is6 on
tem ber h8 l .th, 0 i to t, laingti
; 5tia tedt ex(eptth0rt they bhad
te July 4th borrowed '*,,000
id h84 lestd. L uWarranss "also for
ef9t96 Amouriting to) about
S1 QOtntrasts for school bult.

Cimathk g $8,510, 0ellevlig that
no deci4 sWO nivoemsure should bo' ti-
3 to th grow th f oi dobt,
9g6?44 r easolutIon ijpipropriating
%4tO regt14a inco06i.1l 000() as a4
frti4 bto6 bej paid etWally onIn
5*4t1lht4 g July itt, thl l'eh W
*41*m0if ",toepe4t For th 4 hase1
ll' geMa4tt ed4, '1 critics vlhimh1
4klithr casino ntliedialt Ited ofr
Itit titsOit^i, We: d,'ht

q4 _re, t to it'TIA
r010 Oq this aga I tii
09 youtr upport alone (drt r
4 IA nity l mniolly reyw o.iv ,

oustn rent'' tid as lo
J| I swaitnvor s aj rI troglyttavor

(tlhl i t of ll p ropor

at O ,as paid by r
\t salaries have bii ti rwd at
th, The wht m

a li~j wk tt I.

wnu 'to e ,en annuiat .repport, .Ie l
gehool clebt0 shall beshW
I findft a r tmbe records that h
oi-age 1omerom the ato a d ;ou'-
ty for the last six yearns hae toeen only
,000. 'I alsoo find that the 'average,
tannttiShortage ham beet a little more
thAn *$12.000., During theso uix yeais
the stool authorities, ia granting
what the. people 'dminande4i of then,
allowed the debt td be made, Now thie
people should be foriiearing and tid in
pAying bth ,.debt. I bellei-e the o6itree I,
advi it lAdapted Wtill be a solUtion
of the problma, afid in a Short, t(te
,he nrmial school term will be re.
stored. Adopt the ameidmIeno to the
honstiltutton at tih60 genorl election,
land soo eii will be as#s.ured minhv
sooner, .It will add to 'athe inoomne
trqo *0,000 to $8,o0 an0uti ly. ? irn
and misiortunesu have put ime out of
business and reduced my' .)nnean n "
Miuh that I I oued the ol.e If I get.'
it lt etan remain In (ainovitii ai |keep
my euvon crhildrent lin thooul,
Ivory respetfiully,

The Oinning Season Over- OQ0 B8les
8*asoui'C Output-'fOther Notes.
Jadson.Foeb, 24 .N-M, I .Tuokur.
left heore tud!y,. helaf 0 v.ti.g ehet, r
stn, :W, 1. TuecOtker,+w, o erry,, and
her brothers, I. Ap Pikttth llI T. I.
P ro k. t ofo toroll V 1 ,;rii'40
hA k Oat4e p* l n, mare
a "d'frona Jetf' ~ Whi rr e

M;. Ira arter isvita *h rcl 4p:,

I ors,, and 11" lr" i'aItais

hi( form 'swoepn on ith the

t'Ihe fl n. a rl i peipar.ithn e .i lfauo
bro plntit e andTsoiath vt(shotp al
ase t r oy ttn4Miss Perresiec

w'tn Poruter h t atrn~ a l atistt

ab'lut Rth IaIt's Ttnii Larmers wa I .

"iroom .w ho .an l' bor te: '
pi"4dii"i'joloved 'by a a k' r, :as I '
'ThOelle worpseverql ineretint taltis:
yitti Pythgial as exi mpl'fledb" y b0" ,
obl princiiples of the order, Amongu
the ipeakers weire phaneillot "Cotm.
ia.n4 toglass, Marenl EnUdel,
uobelt o Mclell an and othert' The
r .On': Ptythianisn, whlit was
iediyPrtoFoekets and dead' by.
Oh4I1fIQ, Oommander Douglas, ws
0y god, irnd provoked a gr*e deal
Of laughter' '
In al tlihe entertainmentt was oho
whioh will be renmenibered by the
Ztnigtit present a8 one of the most en*
Joyoble social eve ts in the hilstdrj of
theldge. ; ___
rauule~ chn 6ose tCertifcates ause
Arrest of Two A.morlcan. s,i
ManilFeb. M4.-John T. Mler ttn
W. D., Jlajilene, who were acqIttred
rit JappOry last in the local icutm
yo-fa of hppOI Si bvoe. juea g (roantin,
POW .:and1o: a ot O:..c, ol :. T de
frAud tibeiittt by .i furth'rilig th
ltgai e'ry ofrithle "llxeinpt class .1
hbeswer Werre-Ar0roteid here tpday
0001 a s inlm' charge,
ABgiantine was .4 atsveitor of .a,
Alged thriudlent Obithean ert i atac
as 'iPe,, was fae heM*np6d4r of ini

Cancer Cured II
'Mr.i W. W Piakett, s mithfteld, IlT,s
wrhItet, Sept.tth, 10t001: "It had been
eatUring oeiveral years with a cancer
on my fase, which gave me great an.
noyancei and unbearable itohing. "
w ,~ ('h lyl'lard's $nlow Linutsent It
I for a sore leog, itid through am aoident,
i l'bbed si.oe of the Ilin'iment on the
canoe, and as t gave me almost in'.
stant. relipfe I dcided to continue to
usee the liniment on the cancer' Itn ,'
|hbort 'time, my ,fac healpd up and
there to not the slightest bsar left. I.
hav, implicit faith in 'ht ineri ftiof thi
preparationn, ati4 ito cannot be too hihly
recommended" 260. 50l and (1%00P
For sale by Johnison Bros,

pih n (t1' l ,e or 1 .o1v W io li'lit-
fhla miiii s K''ii ir at 10 alit hi' eceilvOe nt
g i ot ot! illa rier ;i b iv l i( e not
.'.o 1 thI lo 1 1 o otp iuth h10 ,1
iini Ii u; Nr t(hti Iiiit It Dukeq o Nor-
:'oll h wl h I I, thiaI i ii. nity ivSa iry it
'ti ( lt ai d euke In li-T tn"w
6110i ,at t d to l .< Lyons.
ongoi r oI )so 1i 1 .01'ro(d of utile e o'uit,
i the Ii it'w d' $i 10l Oi ipnoiiuit tai 'l 0 pt'l. Tlho duke
thly grj., \evy. lit watrh t, ul thwui
t1',liftit i 0 tlhe i'epetrs to bring hilul
'lti aKtiih i\ord tif y tl igtls' of it
u n tily ..o..... .o. i..te t
tho Pdmniwhnid 'wa at Itiunch iwli' '-

too 4:!,lhtht' t1 'it..1
W11 Al with OtU' h' w


le.l t w. we leti tse' ig he,
O4tioi ThTinrilehjtiia of h o'

iel.t "Ys wt'alve4t w4l.
pwi'/t^ ;t4ti~i! A f~t~rcih

whio may pay no attention to vt,
0a4 I l bound to answer the e.ttphal
S umminos of a bell or buzzer aununic
S tor. Our charge is so moderate for A
tIunciator, wiring and complete instt
lation that no mistress of( t O lih r
should be. wiLhoot .on. to attract t'
attention aid iht' dieiice of erval

ronm onee part houisr to allothlli

0ais o! le& Gulr Railwacy Oo"l
line 4able in effect July 5 1908.

taliy *No. 4.
Ex' Datly'
Sunday ;;

Iv P 1 .FPM

8 05 .4.....,
8 10 .. .. ..
8 16 ........
8 81 1 8 ,
8 45 ... ......

N, 2. :

1. No. 3'.; l
SyATION8,* Dally. jDally:. o

I '."... .. ........ ..fair, field .. .... .- ... .. ,
...... .. l.i. ,,., mIrv .;.,.. ... ..... .:: .::. .. ." "
..... . .. .. D r n .... ... .. ..
....... ;.t...v Hickm n........... .. .. ... '. '
,"-e .... .",.... L l npe y ;iton.,.... ... .. ,. .
. .. : . . o. M t ay ; ....... . .. .......
....i.. .. ,. KIrkwood .. .. ..
.., . ... ... O lystt. .. .. . , l i

Af P

6 40
6 6'
A 9(1

-6s .. ..... ... .... 'lewellenr........... .... .4B .
08 ...... ..... aoahoot 4:4
6 ... .. .... .. .. Hoo y P iit..... . .. .' .
10 6 go ..A1aa -5eav4 .......- 4 0
11 86 0 40 7 08 ...... ..BOI A y.... ...8 5 9 lo 280
12 00 6 7 20 ........Cyril....,.... 8 40 ( )0
12 20 7 08 7 27 ........*. yrhi2n .... ..8 82 8 hF2 8,
12 40 7 15 Ar 7 465 .. 8ampoa ti ty .... 2 I 8 40 110
....... 7652 818 ...Lake Bter, f, 8. & F. 7 62
. ... .,. 11 00 ..Jacksonvlle, .1. & R. W ( .. p ...
.. 8 40 8 55 ...LaeOtty, G.8.& , 7 24 pi 72 5
....... .. .. p ....T t h ee, A. L. 1 4: 1 f3
..... 11 10 11 1 .. ..Valdota, (4. 8. F. 4 .45 6' i 15
....... 8 4). a, 4 10 p .... Mao G .& P .. 20' 112 45 a .
S .. 7 26 7 45 p .......Atlanta, C. oofGia... .. '7 0 a 9 00
'r PM4 r &MAAr P. LvA MiLv.PM .
L.. E. BARKER, General Superintendenlt
J F HILL, Agent. :JAS 4 AA. PreiAR AMPAS .'t

CA~ll~ng -at OIARJ4T0 t ways.
t*e *U*t 8teamtsib in tIe Coastwige Srvice
S Wyde- ew im ttu i boleuthern line
P11r, Foot wl oa orit Fo k

p at it, ile~ Astor at ('antk l ,stwe o lh b w l r a
i:* ,CCyd4 J s.. oIh h oer neines
*, .*. .... r. ~ r wm.I. Ifhi t', a'. .

.I 0e: A Ima... Irer I t* 'i rh d a:a .i

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Mr i A



The plat of grond lying in st Gainesville, on Fran

t., now owned by'r. W. Thomaas, will be out into

sized residence lots and sold .


The terms are easy, only 25 p i. cent of' thdpurclase pi'ice cash and the balance in t2 equal month-
Spayments, with interest at the Iate of 8 per cent per annut This property lies in what is k nownU
mainesville Heights, on East Franklyn St, ljust a few blocks iEst ol thie Military Academny and Oity
school, and iln the best residence section of Gainesville.
l'.'** ' ; : > . .. ' : : ^ 1"' '1 ** V1- *. ^ '

.. .. Cr Ie Oriages wi lleave the Court hOusm promptly at i a. m. on the morni
KIree I arias b IU p l t he tihe sale, .t Bi will carry everyone who wihe to) go to the stle Free of 0
ry d4e0invited to tke t e i LOT WILT4 .M .lVEN AWAY F'lEEat the Nle, end ityonC Whoi
il be entitled to a chance on it free of cha e whether or not tey bid or buy. This silaL widil be foir whitti i)op only,

oale codcted byThe National Realty Iaprov nt Gopay, Jos H, Phillips, President

further particulars s IIB PHILLIPS, enraIl Mnager, Brown HRous, .* a inesilli, P

Ierk~a5 it

'' : ,,'O M

ovable.Leap Year Ball-Mention
f Those Who Come and Go.
er, Feb. 24.-The Leap Year
glven by the young ladiesof this
to their gentlement friends Fri-
Tenitig was a very enjoyable at-
;o)elghtfuil refreshments were
The party was chaperoned by
*4 PrrFPass,
?.) Chamblin received a message
altday of the sudden dOath of his
-lin'aw, Mr. Kirby, of Woodruff, b.
:ano'. Chamblil took the. first
i#1hso that point. No f'jrther par-
iSltsn have so far been received.
s.N 0. W. JIauknight left Monday
orr a visit to her daughter, Mlrs.
Faeler, at Live Oak.
tinton Fleming and daughters of
r~lti,8 S; C., who have been visiting
relatives here, left Tuesday for their
The dance at the town hall Monday
night was indutlged in by qite a nunim-
er of Archer's yotng people, who re-
e ldli, htfol tuimeo
Dr. Samuel Taylor of Charleston, S,
son of 9 Je latel c Judge'Zac Taylor of
iI County, Withi hirs, family are visit-
ravid' at thi, pett.
^^.pi lo cate oome-
Vt11, Milton hast aeepted a po}-
)ils h qit he firn of Wyte, Us(labbett
Alit pl bblbY remOve if tmlly there

U1. Infantry Wilt Go to thie

to Third uregtaent o( tlfntry to
o th .:isthmit or P.Om .'
imuDt of intftry will leave
rtliest popible time or tihe
lassnw atd MBecltenhm
eaet 1s tolg to1 tasnea to
1tbe Ui*riow statkioed these
leart rt e sfltctat
Tio-se, K.. sad Fort, h .
The reytant w1 be

iei: .*8 Thpa Ouur n.
J^^^ HSf.-U"'^? -^ '^^^^' **f*,'iW

Farmers Busy Preparing Land-Pros,
S" pects of Increased Acreage.
Jennings L ake, Fob. 24.-The furim-
ers are bdsiliy engaged preparing f(r
the present oropl'. Viewing the noro-
age (it preparation it is mirUli larger
than last year aid more thoroughly
prepared. These land, generally
speaking; will be this year more liber-
ally.ailed with coimmeroial (l'tilizer,,
T. J. Love having sold three carloads
so far.
G. (W, Scholed and W. N, Fowler
have sold a considerable amount of
fertilizer throughout this territory.
I. O. Martin is doing a miies' .uwsins
at theoLake,
Mrs; Calhoun was stricken down
Saturday with paralysis, and Is suffer.
ing great pain.
Sam Martin is contlned to his room
with measles.
T. J3.Lov'st failly is improving very
fast, and it is hoped they will soon bie
Qut again,.
Ma). Well, who has so long been a
citizen of the Lake, and whose depar-
ture is much regretted, has, moved to
Wade, where he will conduct a. store,
Day of Priier Will be Held for eo
'" ge. and,>Setminarie.
by recommendation of the q', otM.a
Assembly of the IresbyteriahflirCh
t1e lant Thuriy lA it*i ebt*l 4f oh.
servretal *ely vsrsa dsy of rayter for
colleges sod niarpslre a*nd fr the
youth who aitei.them, ';,,,
hIn .Olttw ]Pt I Potesbytt 4asiYt rtsr-i
Uti.s evening, begilnin/g t ol'ook,
whermin the Lord will le boaught by
ti., Almighty grase el and cease.
create meny ot oor "norIrn. me for tie;
ministry and mtionlhry servyl, ,sd.
S reor i the ranks of the nluat4 e ofM
Several minister ofMtthaeiiy ad of
the hible o wternne wilt Ie *;rneest
*ad take pert Ia th 'seniqwg, whis
p0mI to bt very helpful sad lf r-
t All tih member of te Pnbys.rI
qais ., ffrt :ly $n
Sal Cbl .x1ea0 whA o r oIs tw .
ptv I* ii t parp ramq .nltOg

IBII *ol rte;:.' Pes4 ^.C:^
Via F:;^;l*6^ 34i sbsksfr^I

JAM MARTIN HANED, Take The Atlanti Coast Line
Murdered .. R Williram In Moittana -
Int. M rit..\V l |th 24.--1ani, i MLw ar. W I* ii S V i
O n it iliango ut hot ilt in tlt Nortllh a n vDulXt nt o P1eT ps, or
tlon in MNy 1902. oio n ie J sadott l V Lie H o o J u v'ty'
Th Te trapti> s s ru g t 4i 4t a nI nl. J* '* .* o1 '
1Ti., thriging ,(o irlakp intho i tter 1 Aid transit tmd Unsurpaed 8 el80
darkness. ptd the only !niinatolnn lihat 'im 'ai in F ary 7, I,
the trap wan sprung was the iltt Thm T l f t ry 7,
iteck w'ana Islen by the fanl, thpart For OAINEHVILL4A Arrlve I0 .
M anrrir's only words on' the h ieo fto d .' . .. -' .... ;. .. ... :,'.*.. -. . 1,,' ...
wore: A. 1)- l : it Ip..' Hl1gh lprmgls. and Iit .r a
"Goodl by; (.rld Iless yti my ,tl I)aily, m. i a ti PoltoGiti ptlly;
12.. 1p li oala, Lo.iaberg and 'Tampt, and ., 04 ,
Raltimore Banks Begin Business, M.aily Jnterrnl. I4ate Po1ints ) '"ly
lirltlth ore, ......,,Feb. Th... banks o
thli s ity re'iinn d r lttlsiness toliday. in 126pi 2 n l'alatka, lDaytnia, Jaoksoevile, a205pm '
nal thner brnlnltihv or thir tirt (Itltn l ilv Nourth,l'ast and West aiy .
mice the great fire. JUndIr Go.vir,,pnam 12hi .igh prr. WayIro .,HV'annath. iru woi
payment I lit -at iaKllpter I)aily Albany, At u, all o t ins North, In St W t Daily ,
u;'ii 4uin It hilv l Iromln p*In u th l f n i
in t i n(w tmiary for all who hav< nt 8 . .u R ehtw th'l-Mt jaiopy and (ira t a
uired obhlgltilonri to tR(, c oar,. oft t [aily . .h,,la...a''n'"
imfore th Iow of baking hours t ......... ,
dlay. 'i i, a Ittiiore xchnrie wti i in ''
.not riit o umr n ltn inetn m l until tomorrow, I. Hi gh Sprilig 'o,
,l I. .. .,lly I., m i'i t i .,. . + :
,m n.eriy Is %.,t ite e th i. *nk. ,' *" ,* , -. *.' -:', 1,'-n
i)"l('vluf HB ,.i f it't(lia m'tlr)' ,as, w ,c >lent lt.aielitfe)r s,rvleo to thi Wes|t aid $o'rU vest vi a Oh Ifqeeo
ilrl n.g rf tnren, n as n d iid e, 1 srl, aii o f l v l 4 1
ar tilsiSi ,d coacihesw ii. Aun ainlt an.d.rd^. loli #
I 'bol s p :we a tl.r to I I v Si" A g slat .. ..i, ; ; "" :, '. .... i 4," <'

-WJ; ,V T U l? ^ F '. 4rrI, .l ti oll., i e.. .... .- >r.. ..$Q,< ..7 ;l:,fi ;,:,.S/
Leavre Jeeism fhle '. / H. ft. It, k i ) ,
b. YOU GE i r (. I1 . i'' .. .;..,
SArrive o , t on...
WIhA L m ",f RA feav el 1 0n '. a o... ...... Ity .
1 ,docy Troube Rake T1 NI 1b1c". Lea1ve Atlantsa. W 1 .it Ua
S(1 Arrive 11h0tta. 6. 0 oe 4pm
ti v ....e. .. 4 A reads t ..aste Uh tsoga N., .A ,A St. L : Mi
our .NF IYIIIrt "

r. r A t mit e S
S4 L 4 1 Vje au v lie "A a
4 rsitrhichotfthe s'sl ArrivbTvrre lito ,, a
a. ieah b cW71ry, Leave Terre Rifases 0 A,;< r( K, it ieasU AM M. ".' 4s-pn
I :einre, or **InS ihIe as sr O#s tos #t n i e 0. oflo s
4*Set a e. e it. Aidr. A

SIs wpheS s a a Ott0S,
pKsaenampeed o b. mea4 #KAIlAfnr

:. a" aMOIL&0"el t e
o4r~ly O;^J *:f^.wwf ^J ^~fiBfl'*n.~
fn f haein bt W ull jttltt'*' "*1 M I m,."^lW W lJW W .*s w t ; lal l.*Is .;,**. ^'a


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"In 1, :OOO0 ie'

Ol .: In
,; i.. :

711 pu
M ::
l+ ,: :, < ,.
: [ l L'<' .i

1 1 feet d hoed e
"~ ..lho u *he ,, a,,,,
0 cli'arty 0 40shn Ot t.

*I70, l I, .*aWtt s p aid

a to nefal oiliters, ihI ;
otyhr offlicrs, engineers a
Ot#, sad fJ per ent to itsr
,, a N. ..:.'

futheir ow t h

g h o nrad sh o .gh. l
i l lo W h, s 1 ti 1

4lt %Ot)e The In
1ti..tftt ,;qW'tfar

i44^)'* th. aent t Oi..

,uii slcotifsOts h lii

i'iM'the o.eTasit'. 'm

go' Ptitt: ulr( ht'
I t t ot ,:Oay .abe

ntt a CttheIO'atiliho f

4;sfhlk n beitksug it i
^if95l5, ai he ,:. Ili;T' hitt

gi ve n4i tru'i cti!nt tl a
li thteflr aovity' e re
k w ,eliev. it? Of e urse ve.
O; Mr nroosevelt hosed as
reformer for a good ,many years
W2 -the yar en hel i4 was so berated by
hb present official eulogist, Mr, .Lan.
SOdis, But oeiroamstancee alter cases and
'they iayv altered oases with Mr. oose.
S l at. liieii w 'L to make. ure of his
4a Aob d large army of office-
holders who are jOte as eager a~ hli to
6 doli4 their j ,, bis not. to be overlooked
Spring the, preioin.trie..' We do not
renea'be just inow the exact words
'to mllJoyed by Editor La.nd 'in 'lhis' as
4 9' mt urpon eformnr foosevelt, bbut it "
SvIewtof the hitter's ohltingeof frc'nt, he
'wah i to forget them,: The, twoo 'now'
atand on ontdn*' ground', The of.
Sfti laves ~t~tRd, fishes and fleshpots
Ar' oolt 466Upon w ow wiith mutual /u-.
Sd$iles tidi.g Anc the spetaicle is a
I loriytaeThe '0.iwts. a". ime, :ilany
r. ag iiio whop the coaukrywAs.m die-
pwosd to hgive Tho.iet4oe tooivelt
tdi sesttloty, t ,d an hoiost de
to bettor the pubtlc service, But
what can w.e 'tpet from hm now? If
be If willIng to nbirdon' the virtuoso
he options Jtat he iusd, to fint Gso p'r*
sIhtdqbtly lii the coon$try'4 he in or.
d to make ure of, the Ihpubianf
tl iiay

ly rndoidtt!i(ty ~o!t>. do workio j

The, two.-tory log cabln which will
h N l 'il'l buinldIng at tth ItouIiHlanht
r arehast E Iposltoin at 8t., Lolins hua
liut bit.eti4rtid for the Mitoui'rt city onil
st eleveu .ll car. I i bt wa bill n soe.
tiIdsi at'i Porotage, aid the twenty in'mi
who ,insttIuted' it aid took it apari
rfr iish!piMtiolt will iinet it at StSt.- Louis
04 and put .thi parts together. The cabin
!0o p 1.0 feet long, !O ofueet wide and has
1I', Oeltves rooqnsou the groiuid. llor aMid
'tei. ni th (i, II Its'oontrtdwotii
ar, ,iQ,Ot) fiot of Lthe. boi' ppruieo logs o.b-
0o t tiaL'te in Alallo Wer'i ilied.
Wi A dealer wlio btliy thoustmndo of dol.
lwrs' worth of eggsi anil obtekteni ovry
year, and is aotithing (f o a jokir, haii
biiy aiiwored tlie qiiery, "liow ain ycin
p 1er whenii iwly hatahied'/" Hro is his
'tId Ilidingli hibaed oil yetaA s of ( xperie.iiuL't!.
in .Pla.e a lighteti lamip n11 a table, also
soino broadtittlrilliA, nlid if h1 titA, it
isa amalhi l>f sh 4ats, iit is a t ftfmle."
il. The .lt e authority being atked how toI
Stoella bad egg, saiy, "When you' want
411 i tell a b'ad egg, break It gently.'

lji thhies? t ;I:tJ. tHt m1 n who said
niio.hl iug ld sawed wtotd wt oIt; no.w
.itt guy: who l a'te a' g at.d
. oeadtl(.W W' olnt rtf it wilwil nlot briiitg
' the plti ; "li la uwtrk along the r[ihtt
'ld !si tU ithe wor: par ts th ItW long
green to piay tor. .y^ii 1If .yo make
ii aprfiot ir4eiuctI, youi must tell about
i. It, p"soll t

"m in, piromnr) int iati prestidei-tial etdli.
L t tei" .:Riad'" Ol'iey, sixt- Ilght;
ari kari ii.fiti'ote Arthiur ;p(iuf orinini,'
S;' ty-for; terge r ir xy-h ..
Willtia' J4 Itryan, fomy-three thro'
Ol' do.t Roseiltn(, forty /,tyhri' '

I,. A ro t.
1) ioWO N Ow thstdo.

e.+ busas *ear t0a ta m ,l~un a
kag Ukm,,(i+@~,!!ib Oak th Unr,,

eorious tter go.iu to ,tpai'ese ai
buy oi.n' rtiuili to spoIl, t1lieon!nn
otfhO 4hoilpkltoeper,. Yo got: out o your
rickshiiw, and the IkkclsIttW boy ex-
plaiis tyor ilglt ad miightlIoss. Then
all the.itteindnt. In their shop MIlaa4tii till
you IWsa they would get tlp' ad let
you eIatcll tlir t sy-o and extelairi what
you want, When tley do get' up the
Ja panes equi lent of tlie slhpwalker.
and three oi four connter jumpers In
rotation 'ask you to repeat your order
while tlity offer you; five cups of tea.,
It Is Japiinese ten, onid there la no iillk:
or sugar but you can have salted chier-
ry bloBeoluS If you want Itt His a good
shop, Tirls i,.e'Japanies way of of,
fearing, tite cuqtomner a drink. Good,
.JuIiineseHi shiops contIin nothing except
tl,,he aitteilus. Wshenl you have got:
as far i|ars txiplitiling what you 'want
the prr[prloo4r givle;s ord(Ars to attiend-
iiuts. i'Of tihy go att ai ruj-g*tood sieA'-
tonti1tt nalwiiy'v 111 lliin.ld lrlig hiack 'the
MO44'~O 1 d 4 1n fIl(ed( greon sAlik hand-

or dlsconifort, no Irritatiol of the .i.
tllies-hiit gentle, prompt, thtortiougb
Sheilthful cleanslng, When ytou toa

Sold by all draggitL. 25. ceate.

litopi the COongh a!njtld hoi. tt, lonf
Prevents Pntwimnrit and ConDtanptlon.
l,,. d, AoS1, otf n'Ougood t., :hlcago.
writes "My wite had la grippeo ad a islet hie
tlt. a ver bad eonelh on her lease 'behi
Oif6x.i Us *ax D TAa ared oomaletlp".'
n0id by J. W. McCellhi & Co .

.- Is Il,' lP l Ior n illa l s(r lnli il.s
/ hi I io J t I, 'f illrt 'i4lr4e.Ii li4liiiiiilsin
i .l I It11i4,-at 10 ,l0 l4li4 41 ,44r l(.

Fruit and Thoidtk Grower
lo b. al .iv6A Mti, d on r 4utl.r. 2r1


A ihanlso6il' y rtlltatlrtel magaziline
deVted especially to t' he 'intiterelst of
thli, trist anid oegetable growers of
1 '' .0'rp, .t, fo

the rtiail tabl ic !rkGmowero rix

mo11t Ih1 will tie l t oilt."ai.eipt of '21

erstiei of Titn and full- We ortiation fprnisahe e ogarding lfnd a in
ICt pty,"t Oursis pager has lived in this county 4t irty years and
.. a t horoughlndtono rat with W titles. i

seti Ua njber o ftbtminent t Amereant and ompanie.

Established !.1888

ership of land, and we have ni private or person Ial "axe to grind" in conneeflon,
r pfd .... r.Wan' '
with that business. .We make a specialty of the preparation of abstraets n4
maIse exhaustivg investigation of titles. We represent property-owners ti *at
oil matters perthining to-the assessment and paynwot of taxes and the rs-
d mptlon Of outstanding tax sales' When you wed prom pt and reliable ear'
vice in, our line call on orwrite us. Notary public in offlee.
B. R COLSON, Manager,-

tallers and Jobbers in

Spe and Fancy Groceries
Ue11 d di S1l

r 1, Gard eed and Feriilizers,
Hgheist market prie paid for thickens, .]gg and other PriAuce
A onipfletestock, of Hay., Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton -Seed Mei
and Rye. We handle only. the. VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
te PRICE, i ktind guaranteBe satisfaction always.

A M, GiRiAHAM, President Oso. W.e a lpa, Vie- Presideant

01 V ^, T e '. a A W" ; ', I N

Surplus and Undivded ProfitsF.. 25,000 00

Does ae Itively a onkin busltea with t Ectite enqural to any bank In the State S O
thte. eeeunte of riderss, Maerbgants, Corporl.tions, eta: Interest allowed
S. V s.1e1iA l arrniltement. Alt tbusisnes transsoted. prompItly, .1
E., TAYLOR, ashierer.

AirLine Railway


Sa vapnah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
ingtonl, Baltimore, Phia .

delphia, New Yor k,,

S.Thir Elegan Trains Daily

Seab board Fl :cda Limited

Seaboard xpress.
Seaboard Mail,


The SREABEOATDl) LOlifl)A LI M TEI) is a vest
iled. t ittki, .i.Olhlit*td +xf l'ti l 'V tof IP'ullill"xnut in e
mt ..t Dining, Corn I' en tlu 't j ln'.l grotrn 81
rvatiore ('& V ; vf +i. d r oid $1 Aogni. n a .
Jasonvitl : to .ew Yet k via Washingto, kavin,
A ..tine 12 .... i .. 'ti ,citk n i '.ll : rp ,

*O,: :, nly
lit Thto en Sprs fr* Jac tO New Or

t+ L~ _* .po N
I. ,, TA=


Spctia Voir ae of Foty M en was o q'
Exhausted to n ecure Jury. woale

jfdiworn y the;, t'tti and. a*rg 1d. -

J leReturnabl at :8 i O'clock
'ix MborninKI *fen -the ase Will to a

iThe first ease brdlght to the attenf. 'ptod:
riate Vd, 'sied oft'ens uaniur ner,
|tgroiaTl nenre o:pti wv rivd .0:.
on of the court as that of the Stato aitnw
Florida vs. Vill Wood. charged with' a hoh
violation of a l Tabor oatrat. T ohe de- ealn
1edant was arraigned and plaeded not 60o p
tualty, whereupon A jury was called
sd worn, the teastiaony iand argu-
nit of attorneys submitted, and"' a
rd l06 returned of guilty.
T,' ne t ase. allIed was that of the 0 r
Itate vs. im P. Lewis, murder.
A special venire of forty was retihed
n this case as follows: .
SF. Matthews, E. E. CannoVi, W above na
?. ,oJlware, E. C. hitty K, Tu. hapteo
ten, T, A. Gay,; E, T. Hawthorn, John defrayti
A. T'homas, T. M. Caut.hen, W. S. Tur- count of
ber, T. 'Finklea, Westey Hines, E. t the gr
Anderson, r. M Moran, .V. ally def
|Aosan,P F. W. olk, T. M. Venable, the sixti
tWJ.Jons,.F. ..; Pulling" .M. ;..o1 ,6'
A,,*y, J.0.'Tyson,t 0. Doane', W. R, Pres.Krt
ibshrmon, B.0., Phipot, Fa. A. .Rou '
S '. Sanders, XV J. laths i b W. I *
tper, J'. Itant, i. r r. Tiieain, Jr., After
ot4lu 1 ,Hal,61. Jonlb Fennell, L, .eumo
raiy W. WintpkiesI I. W.! To1o. means,
I* years of
Thl sted rif reported th' following parents i
nt afternoon
W. D. uBoiose,- F, Dp. ell, l held at ti
ilitghmnery,0. W. Adkliuns and 'F..* remai "'
'WtIind, who could not, be found ii aterie
"a 'uty ';, 't deat
the defendant was" arraigned and hers of t
leaded not guilty, when C' the Iourt meals
tceedetd to s8eledt a jury. yFron the cases a
gultaratnldepd(al veniirea eleven were sytanpati
lecoted asf 9llows c d tio the
H. L. Bevill, 8, D, Mc)Donald, T, M.

tlen4 l O11i bS Iand T. NlIX. Ti.
Wed t hating the regular s'ij
"'t"' d i '

ted an order to the eOw rk to iasso a
i'pe6ial venire to the sharint for thirty
persons, .duly quialifled, which lthe
ihenriff was instructed to inmunono eat
l'e. This vt-urte will hi returnablt
*t ith opening ofe .t court, j.lIu ai t-
Th: Statei in thib celebrated e ite i
beiaif represented by Attiru ys lion j
P. Caihoun aid ~yd L, (Lartor, two of
the inot able attorneyS in the Saitte,
while At.ttornetys I A. Thrasher arid
Evans Halle, who are also regardnld as.
ei~iont, will appear for th,. defend.
ait. This iase willU o rate a great deal
ShOtterest, ltntanuch as iromil'nenii
'people Are conrertned .
'$, will be remnenired thatla Mr ;.
Il*i killed, Jm l'todgIe at jDaoton a
lm the killing was abw. sul tey int self
itin'*. The fl-lrt.'trtifd. resulted" tin6 a
'zlIata s sd tbe:4 udsttit. wat final-.
tl' letoia i o ba .s :

4i liriTT I Shetat i etit in yoim r
l IUei lf lh ilt, t, the ef
t-thew t m tue wotuId hae t dle-
eipusftof retlacing lthe window
a|e bea te urt hows.e nY thel,

W teatt.ui eni sh. ;iiml i'icaaiio91
Ospie 46t" dead of ilelhtea sown
i 0 -a t Vh, ih without fbnd460

*la 'eul" te .4:' i WOO' tt

k&4 hkl th wta sqr oai

WednI is, i
referee i
er part o
further e
ry; -Rma
with their

piB1, '.; iim'., N U45 ILw x' ti 1 3, ".
u te l hit, fesor y~ar
te togn e4 as the leadliig
ill.' It ot8 pr omptlI, but
l, and niiihke l- alomeal or
et, it does not gripe .or
Uce the 9lighlest uapieak.
iei. It keopi the system
>uMhly eleanSed of all iim-
ites and ins)ures perfect
h.Fwr sale at diug lstorea
er bottle.

no n Elixi.r.
Mitde of LnmonL,

nied gentlreofn, Kitrby Smith
is indebtvtd for alteistance, in
g the expense incurred oni. a
r hiiiteilded honorary salUte
illnd qol men who so, patiroti.
NeO de4d: u r dop r ,Sou latlid, in

eiath'of Youti Latd'y:,. ,,'
aw'Ifws ti0 ae Kirai days with
4a1 a Wt. t4h .fol1lOwed. a s '6Q
Mll thelie ]owNlat. oifxteen

heYotst at'H
mojt, ifd at the eihomr of here

ifiotii lstt iiiifit1, litd the
wili be taken to Hnamptoi for
it todiy. A. sad ioatur: .f
h'wits thiel that Ilv.t1 iunn
ie, family were i bedl with
it the itimea i three of tihe
e -donuid rpdcs oMat. :TIi n
atof th lie tomiuiitl i) tixtttid-
bereaved fautily,
t. .Owens Is Trut, .
dating of the teditort of .T (.,
y -of lii, 8priuns, ieild in
Monday afternoon, TIho,.. R.
s ieletted: trsteet of the. e-
'ie ri cit or agiftin celotivfeticd
dty beforee E', .X. Vtiyle' al
n baukiiruptcy, whil the great-
Ofthe time.WaeBoscipield inl th,
xfAniiniation iof .1. (; lNcwber-
ders of Thei Sun tire familir

Humanity's Weak Spot.
T'lherltire more ,dleathli directly di e
to wuak liungs than to all other dia.
ease combined. they are hutmanrty' s
weak spot-the breeding plaeI of con-
siiamption. Wheiti the slightest flip.-
tomn of trOubt 1s. felt et thi ltigs1 yctl
should lbmtgiO the use iof ,Dr. B Isseee's
GermtnitiaSyruep at. nee,- it is irntrlpe .
paeisaly to #ooai'te,'l.eal and t &Vgethen
the lingoithieat A ad bronaohil tubeo q
0'rmait-rltpilsa tive:riaiin-fthg rmn.
t(dy feirnt o sumr!tioiotl.i 'triattltt!le,

Pana&a Treaty Rlliftd..
Wa:hiangton, FVb. ?4'-'The 8est iate
has retitled the Pani'tra Canan Treaty.
A tepuhileans ansd h)if fat the DImn.
ocrtets voted to thef n 'ty.

'the startll i' .rino ileweidrta'it 'tihit a
prventtivo of suia.sldt'! tit oit dlsco't.
eu-te will ierit ifaMialy, lA irt 'd4own
. ytei', r .deepedeseyJ lo.i.1ly|
kl.',1 0 *, iMi04h1-*t, t
prct n*i t iwtt d ,p( i .pt'fvw in hu!c#li. .

ite lAlrwt tlohmu; lt of s*dttet rti 'tAt
take El*tr*fi*e ltles, it tbilf a greit
'a.olt ad tin* r wil.l iti rigRtheu iti
4o* i'5te erii aseb'. li er !sid k1tt4s
'"' "":Y.1';O :.t ;w ..::.: ; '*,i :; ^i'
tegt iite O.# li ?4 m ic. ttf., .. ,
lottd *y sl 4rsggiste

S,..eaf ldi,4& m' l, l4,
tt (o I ofst ,k ^1 dtie bset


$ .i' AK E ',&P a ai t I
asm s n aas ss e


, d th i na

f L ithaL r t Flo r d a Oht a u ta tsq, a
1itl0y 0n tv ,lhi, wiiththe; ti1
p e t^. jituro, "TheGio I I i i
0o, by D W. Er Aastout
)ti tro ,hoh i6k ew God
hl w$te u the story iOf the gospel. ihi
the b as, T 'lustrtited by a won*
'c8cO p.m,- 13 itred mutsl by the. ar-,

Nt ui~s~w~i will. ?i1 charged on
Cieblh ely, 'the 'nitrk-ah mlnateto
at WaVhtngton; believes wsr In tle
D)elkinit I l itoSendiuE..
'PreAl'dest. and Mrs. Roo.eet A ,elt
brateidVWahingtonli 'n blrthdayly plaiti
littg A"th a trei in the White tiouse
grotinlf. "
Tho Mtsnlaipi -l-tip o es hpats 'VeL
t the Mil proVliting fo.r it un ior
ty.-en of k hfor tle c .ulin"ODn

AMr. Burton, Ueptballn of Ohi6
nadle t vioromus seevil tlit I hle hOt;
Monilay IAn tihie greatly in viist prograni
propoetdc by his party
lr i,' ent HtWosevlt alisttl uths U eidl ii
ll on f ( theI P naI a n i gm ou,
siun to Afired NOble, the hlatinguith
et engineer of tVie uenytv1ant1a rn
roah llystOlm. -
SW. Adrhia(, 'of (C'nmton. QOhio,
vllt hihs fl.,.ater, Mike Aijtlrhhi, Hat
t'llioosi;:,'l;. after thiey had been
pnO Ptil'tild iLor 4i '' r w, notl iti vti
iti'aid ftio h each otie. '
Minvi a)tw i aF great dafl,' i r tht1
tryi nniaktotlary at Blt. l to-ki. mie \n
*-tltlit- y.atiSaval.O n 'it iOh nfoei
.erB' anui were lonli ilr tb ldy i by
otae fa1rke lo t rteatry t Waynee

The aturne ..o 5145fitsto i iow .iu
wthei V hwa lt7 to tbu tla 1hivwe,

I'Mtnlp t OT 410t, lllUi.rp ot.h ,l ,
.8eutdrs Hoa' a nttty i'Mrate oitr lti'
0 stl uii tTt itO. 1ml t h";.. A ttl iesatator"
Hoam t uni. ed l mt hle lainds 1'
eort for thAw retaty. lilt ,,"
Unuttl uates Dliarkt Attorney lm
Sreturns.. to ..v.t.. lih fvom. il '

ti Endat of mAitter Fgha. a,

"i'wof hfO)ysIletal had IN.hVlg"oind
sto(Aid that ihmany gtids l illoti t lly

r i n ht I igi d" w r lte t t I t F i ut t ,w O r

01104 OwlareC the t t state, ltt se
escfer tbhe uaytne s te bonds stwic

)lsiteI t a4,it ., "aelld got1 !At m t t :1
ti court) 1ody t hlali t tlI.t' nl hat*d roime .

A| a ast b t(nc 1U tru* h 1.) K i' i'
lw E d f| tyn or f tii Pighti
rb )tt o rye i cd i li.idt l (op nd

tue obltry fih"t with fewdtyi, s
I'ght eviitri rwiitehs a, F llngh!. o;
11d4,inl tl; o U41, 1r414, 4 d4, 411
li'itryhil y i1ii11ht, itmy tints hadrt o cni.

A is lat "eo"t I t titew l4i6'oi ry fr i plr. 'IHs

Reg'itrion Notes,
The vity r'imi vralot osikn lo are now
w iA utly fm-o iii a fe I d(ay,

iv ?tlttlriy r?,htild i0 tl. lh.' t ft

Oirdyl' to it l oiti,, i l d is) ia d thimt.

*l. daym m? ,tUliiit thi Jl, Itt 4l',
h lrkung n % rvouhrt (hmy ofr .li ahiltl.
O0, pera souselifl te
atver mai 4 mpm, until th" mlosiu4 of

kOpera House

February .26

Pvmw'* ts. tt^a at U*$

We iy freight, o' xp, ,s ehltrgt on tOho
W o .c w .il

LEWIS 1866, Away Abovoevorytking in tho'Whisky I
4 fu





4 tlil qlliit.l." ..4


4, ft fll qtart, ,
full qultr "
1.* tl ll u ltu rl,, .,

Yoars Old: .

.,Y s. ..., .. I O ,;*

.1.. 0 4.. tlll n t l, i 1
ft nfulleuart .rt

.e. s. ,i s o 01,
kk.t. .kl -.t o I P. (ro, 'galle.
....... . i i8 i H {

8l)',e W ti!,'o i

,. F .'DUTTON -'C0.


cGAINvflzZ L FOFqp

to -e ela~te A~~ assatI %uae
A. *'*hohae 'harre fre.' Plan * I


to bwtired tron st ard. w tr or 4 c
Qxemrciaeltoatm*aland rest is ,the tti ,W
thetoe is al `xhsOtion ^ithout j,, l aI &

ttn, saw sa he bcodyiaso irh edw th t eh, pi tJ o te is ack ol
th ( i wea the d i. ,

I fl"itioi of the blod aII "iU00tirik ow l te quliickest
cle rtiitainrgltebloo tou g upthwvtetu. tt tables blood, 1 ri,1e
ithrmo liout tt d ite ,i the. Ilod 0 ttt i-t1i, tebody.

1J. wW Nflt$ii t@Ci., "i A UAlt'Al .
-cleinstng the blood Mud ton ing'iup th e b lm ('l ual o. Itiavf and tonic colbliuned, thi cit he. tlih ieond, and tu} ,hi tosr system
is nourishie<3l a d retfeihng sleep c)tw:,4 to th> ti mtl ed, body.
... .. . .. .. ... . .
nn sioZ 4,,

1DEAi.,E1~8 IN '7@/:: /:

y .* *. l \.;. ...._ N,5'''
i . ^'l; Bl .. ':ll* ll i l, ./l:; . .l ^ 7!!.^


40W York PrI : I'*

Always keep a ull anid


A FREE Pattern

1, S'' $2.00 ofD ry Goods

r d iplay of DRESS:GOODS
^^^^**~~ ^'^ ^ ^ ^ 1"! ^ ^ 11^ ^ : ," ^ ' 1: L. yl'i't '::)*.'*

Our stock of DRBSS GOODS is ready for your inspection.
And we extend to you a cordial invitation to call on us and
i18p)0t our stock before buying. We feel sure that in our
large stock you will field something to it you and we know
"Our Prices Ar Right.' LADIES' READY-TO-WE AR



Always Carry a

Complete Line of the Iollowing Goods;







idet wi

nt# i
2 aity W
sy s

*-1 yid btbh LMthueo 'M1oyMin: Dalty .;a'ndr bringing'
it $'s4. Qod 00 turn0-Plhing a Good
1ti PIat iochloo :Feb.: 24.-MMestru Fowler
evtotm,6110 01, lim $os, atern.lvo sawn mill owners of
t: "e etowds4 bienen, who an a sawmill here for
'several yoari,,Oame ut0 e a a .Bhoert vliai.
S ovel90o0q*. 4 afew'a w d y* ag9Q for ,the purpose of
IU106 Plate Is floing with i hook tind tine for' spook*-
Sdot o, ro :i,, )14,perh huey caught a flie,.."
4 y 4atr 4a "'1 0, 1 i. iMaW of Colemant rehired.
Ssw (tih o Sa t.u.rd.ay* .ttea VisItIng: hit'
S i03t yearI f lith i.IAW, W . MO3MNWOen, here fort
Sfew da*.,
? Ii iesat 3. Lt. Coeluraute and family, who have'
Slthbit is beei 'at, Lnnono. .top thee past several
j|t~i >inineM n lornthq, htVe Lnqovod !aek to their
4 Opo theil mAa. bhomie here.-
iI 3 I *:pubh ld. W. Meetr aind family have moved
0 6Ww t iA- blcki frolli fo, ai., anrd are udoupd y
o4rd Implies. The th Mingledorbt hioue.
pleldid, that by leRv. M.T. Bell filled his regular aP-
i seven aud nine p0ointient at the oM, Ei. hlrch the
y, was eapsolatty ueoond Sunday.
i bitaianolg 'o (Speok:led porch are biting now and
hi the belt ovqer fresh iisirre i to l eltty aromud Loch-
La Sagels worko .. ..
e ls worthy of A. tou.tree and, J. W. Start,
,wo*hore riding showmian, wIho have thuelt headquar-
iete oould hrdly i, re, lft th morning.
:'u e. : :g .'' shipped from here,
.thei: IlS )rs

ihumor allt the atIms It)
ItOil eaot one pe"da Oi
;ibo titolla Otteplei
"iil6siimt ridii ,0iia d 11H,

Wt Tn1Wh~Tle Daily Ui
lloaineath, Satur.

p later w. aol aski for
4aiel ~hostaer, to'i, rd
^ t'p(itt-' T g ".3te

D N'TI 8 T I.,
laoesof om stogllert Ado~ran .
.peo lnl attention to Crown andl rlae WOIk.
Phone 708,.' '- ...
DR, cO.DON ., tON' .

Ora4duate, ialimotro Colletoe Dental Siargerj
'ive year' experience n iNew York OCltX
Orewu.Brldge work ud Flhgn Steoialtels,.
OtrioiN KIOUL, 1o1GAK, OALNtVIrtt,.. VL
------ -mvmtv--LA

Best piano for thia trylno' Olinate, state
tufe loivrer than others. cohsruoted
best materials, and most rtlitl(i
workwmaihip Obtainable.
Up todate In eyery
detail and Unt

Sold by us continuously fo'


JOHN MINA1NIS, Proprietor,
91i041 W.lay s~t., J, konville,iFlt.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to call on me when in JacksonvUle
A ."I'A(WSTA,. -
Surveyor and Notary Public.
Ce('tieyait ln a 8ipeelmityi,.
Oflle at M.ealdenoe, ot lasB Main

MarshaIll IoaP y, an ohl resideat, treet N. PI O,.
0,6'i4 lyig14 very. , h, I,.'.
i lt how it UHawt" r I ...rid'ay ATTORNRI

s0: *I' S Or *.0o0. 'an sell your
I~,,:*e**t-. :ptlrivill d ;P od'4a6d nhim
Attoonr y.tInIas of Haiti aidoa t.r Igiga d1" ar
e : frlettt^ 1), **. ^* u4. '%ltOf what you,
aan Fratctaee, 1bet 24.-Zron An
ht:sw. ttw it4reeygow, of Ona Mall A0ANEsVtL

Pore itb'-United '0 at, es af rme co turt,
V4,104 AN A1414ua Pi

p r ,e l s o n o f t h e .'t. ', .s-rt b s -.:
tory that 511 t-hi l it' ...
rights to 1 l~oi#s1 o a*w r 4 c taJS1t to
stit $0roug0t0t i. g %t e. e0, .Lo .-te. in -

.ader the" ,otb l thatedon, a G ood and
of the. plahntlta wih ihid. Ws tue 4,. t Te ilt' I
*tsloua of ths Unith staa ,tjs** #ol
O rl t al.t, t.

.mI taiw atal I .. hto1, as .:
"u.I;" " ., a. I,' i' 4 ',
o the 4t s a 1* sto tDisea ss e. t
^ ^tt.^.-itltoo e n t at et utof

t hist SMageI4,iti tMiay o it .
^|liiito" lob
004a vod ow 4 0 0*1" or

)X 814. 144-04
', AT LAW,

proved ) ,phsoW)4hte,
[nlg land.. 8e0d i2min
Otfcr for leo. 2142m


l01 Parlors

port Blak, to
!e fths-ola"e tabll
roptBd emtt(
e is oordtially av-it
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without a single failure. If von
want a piano for a lifetime's
aberviee buy the

Where ytVo can obtain iiotatly, tlvh
(lrade or f til l ..mri ..<;r t I> w i wit-
in 'ettch of1 t p1l. IV lieu ,,ni. g rtny hln in the
Lumber.line you \vy Ihvill h llt ,to yor I tie t to
0tome and tio ik Or1t' tOi('i A h olv, t

The Gainesville PlaDiNg and Coflin

M ath ushe k.. I 1iI..iiiuut0, Nit,

"Prslo as low asia eoanoltent with quality
Calh or on easy terms. Sent on 15 days'
trial. We pay tretiHt. Write
for rloes TODAY. -

Luddefn& Bates
So0utbern Muic House,
iON 0.. MUR1PHY, Mgr,

AtTHEiBRYAN, State Ag'tS,

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.I.q e Uce i stad.-OfQiters Utes
A*t'!44e, l' I44-Colonet Lal t,v .

tor' :ou a lt an li .1:.1 qrl)an Fla

S lt In'eyi t \'t ar ianna, .ial in whha
t1' ttri t'rIu a t i htttis (.l'e cdi zter.' t':, i'

of Marlanhit n Oi a. warrait' swoan
Ut hby PrIe., chargingit hi with as.
nF t ; wit< h Intent to m urd .er. of.
ler. waived' a prrlliniary hearing
1 Oas released on a bond dia $600,o
10ndtn$ action by .the grand jury. '
;urber la not considered very strong
hysalcally, and Colonel Gates sends
1Wito florlda to work every winter,
,)Colonel Gates has wired Surber that
BusUutalinT his conduct Ip every par.
eular, and that he wll Ihe aided ini
ri'y way necetisary in his trial .or
Bp shoothtn." '

l Correspondent Thus Describes His
can strongly reoomnend Hewbine
S. medicine of reinarktblo efIaRy
r"Itidigtestion, los of appetite, sour
ta; int thenimutCh, palpitation, head-.
iw, drowsiteas after meals with dis.
resitig nritnai depressions and. low.
pirits,Herb.l'e nmuit :be a tlique0
reparation ftr ovehloaseaaa mine, for'
few dotse entirely retitoved il ncoR-
laiti. I wonde.r at people go' iug on
oirfLe ng;or spending their money on
'wovthles things, when lIHrblne is
peoaurabland so cheap .50~ a bat-
tle at Johnson Bros.'
N2 1'3 ini.6 t.,;.3 YOUNG VW0MAN.

'it*'c's Ci.'.u n.. tAui y yn. ( lrt'u ack Dc-

ai:. i'tt': ?,t ",ii ,:' I. i.! ,it"{r 'i ,di( t'i l,',
titniu nli iTi'd :' (,; a I' .Q 1' i 11',')i i lt'rt i
111 ,l niahto llt,.) ;' ; a tV.7 |.( V t
b" nt' it t.ui l iti ';M i'; (.'ti'" a

'o id int t.
*. .jilt~ie!'*(,>l.'.:l~ ^ ,l L '4,';> ;,ld.l (,tllt'j i
",': 2 atrs t I.'tt, a ont o 'r {Imis i l mg;
.wognitiju wait g't ilt g t her 'ti. 'frti
the ibutne n s ectimm of the l ity, where
1 ste is etloyed t p ttogiM'tpliier.
When thet niovew preivd over to it y
that Mi es Muitdy Itnd been (t'rul-c ivb
the negiro, i: thie i ti tlr f'orti 'e wa
n': iuitedt and pittin ii V atiii o i m' (ai,
and they were qitcN l I' joiid t'y ,ii.I '
dredM of citlii.ze. : I
S p to a late hoiur Motlday3i gt t thi
search had beteno ultuccpOtislti, t lo i
still' being conitlnuw,tl, ad abould th

Admiral IDewe y' dStaff a$il f r

:ar^leston ;,lwr, 4r AditilO l W

Uerg wey f :'wtrs w.Rear virai .

Tyl: oF'twthtafof Mroffcer,-W n A
srta nt tSiretfryi o Sta oomis orit-l

Sena :tot:':I jartt vi 6 Ilarv y l ione
Tnme ',ve 'proshlejit of the 6tedeza.
ey, A111,tie. hea this mftorninoo ;t
2:30 o'clock at, St. Marks Methodist
Epe'sopal ChurCh,' The filnerai pat&1
Warrsiveto,ron iI aargtned doday,
abplt -ryceved the condo olences at o er
voery, many friends of the. ltey Milrs

Earthquake In New Mne ico.
Albuquerque, N. Mr.,: Feb. .-The'
people livlig in te vlcli.ty orf iotr,
tim, s cepthf heret, are thecomingalarta'
eartlltiak be heldk there.s aTrneeon
ondre ahcekivet thae ondourrlet de o t he
rst two wes. and of the lgrat lava
Albds querqat or San Ma ht now.-T
thero, Molh P heore, are becoming avetboon
disturtod, dgretnt waves appearing onil
the sUtaIe.

Atnonionebit under heibt hiad.not exoeea-
li slxiy woltUk wit Ilie pblttned 'ithe lily
Sur ocsTcslidt anmilb i the TwwoefWeek
edtltor(fo Mi t AD)VANOII. A nnoaneereiia
makidur over aixty' words,St0.. i .....
For.OlerkCircuit Court.:
o th 1 Dfm oriatas of .tctAtohtw (4nen?
SA tile Stat Elxocutto CommitteIt
has soleoted theloth day of May for
holding our primary election, I threby
announce xiyself as a t oadidate for
the position ofM Ohrk(i t lil O)Ir'tii
(ourtof Alanhua county, and solicit
not only the vpte butn the support of
my friends to secure ;my onumattloh.
jf Otlacted I pronihls to jiororuh "ite
dltiesl: of the police faithfoully and ully.
IJ make this otisoe tiint{ ngwilwhrr.
liighly wha 'ffoHe dutisi are. Tley
have atlretdly been learned by ex per-
Ilnce, and I .1irutl tlhat- all Dl)itmeratio
voters may .oisidr Iny a4ppeilifitn Mak
Ilg their ection, t ipectfully,.
I resipectfully announce miysdif a
candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Alachna etaintqy, inebjetW to
the Demonoratio primary, .aind solirit
the support of all lDiiuiorats,. fliflect.
ed I shall perform the dultie otf th f.
flee tto tiot best o(f my ability. Re.
spectfully, I'.MAXEy E ILI,.
For Shoriff.
I el)brace thi method qf anmiom ciug
mynelf it aa eandidat, for'thtritf of thiii
con inty, and respectfully olitcit vote~
for the I norniat.hitn i the countyy iri,
mary. Agairi thanking my eui.t iltii-
eits fur past favors, Respeutftilly,
'T W .LA. lil),A

an be caught, a ynchiig Wilt proos t / i/..h'oumrt,' l'it qof Alawho
bl.' y follow. *
SuI bacrle thi* method (f reas rin
Cured Cons n. u pt ion earnest apprtfiatloi fOrtt it Ai*
Mr. B. W. Elans, Clearwater, Kan, 0htinetlt6 ydl (led I. t ti h ti 6 t41 -
wfltest "My '.hubaiid lily ilh'k. ftr 1 and i. , trust that i yor tt- .
thti.o tnthstw : the doctors slatexw4 lhe dan'd h it nt bl eiint b att- ray' I re
al a .qutiek.. co n tist il ...We.. pro-. et4dvi, d, to it.^ v.r y 6!ii' O
S aoreil bottle'of Ba lard' Hloehoutid ability ,to do my d ,i t..riga 4 of
8yrup I dd it 44ured him.. hait" wp tii tons o. thli' iot qiueni ts U i 4
*.i earx t 'liai o ,nd' sinlice thel i W al self H'oM o wrl I. haeito a eeaL! 1 I
ways kept l..otlein the hon.i'e; W V ah t 1 youu t o jy dg, e. I lt .iis 4 'tn
ae t do, lth st' 't'or oughs anld *ncotiratp d to belt0 ,v .othat my titlt, i
e slJ it ihas no Iqual." ', i and hav re d t proAl w f ily
00 LO b'txlte at Johinson Bros.' elacfiul', ,.law-o4tn, 'tctissa fn tie
.. -. *.---- ...y. 'lriii y.fOrwhleh I arntruly, thiiiank l.
S OUtRKB COCHItAN ELECte D I Am i) n a andi. ild i te.fohr '
oof ftleri a wtt a4 peeatie om r up.
4 u, .. ;' . .. .... ")t. al a'd t yrariil,4l : i lli^N',* i *,
''".l el ma Mayor M. cctie itir l m l emal hfi:rsiit aetd t ll irt
e, ^k" b'mt eTl 24 --AtA pcia,..i dl ., d *ve i .::ti'^t atj ,ll bo; 'ai )- "
o e aws r sn P tO 2; 0,on' .o.y (1 ut0lA. hw nfau e t int, 'o dwh n-
R a u fle rt ttodls to fitl'thr. placotia m 1e i if eitle at 4 r defeated rwatf'il* .e
Vacant by the' reudtantition a.t ca nd tor y 1 .o6i Jt ) ts
ld ii's a: a mea I (tt >r of congre*' -, ..... '
814 '.diea'i e s I) 't y no"r'iriae was : 'w ; 7 ': ,Atssu' ,u'* of 4aI eh ,sid i (ar i fa
W W .,!d cptids I f t Ial Whin tieritf ut Alactbua county1 s bej.t toe
&' ..!ti'l I at Tht D; tt r:( iStia lh iritututi |, y/ I itlt, a*
11t bn1t, ability, he: .1
b rPiasaa ed Prohib')ajts lie 'IS.' etefti f14" of9t .ise'era# Re.A

.F.orrTix AMs0sr
O oM it .&w~ At Ih I respetf A ly achuaote o sftellit s.
*t..b steats.h # wtitt U&"I I
% U*fl ilt' s Ai o tvI .i0mae Tlitio* olt7

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S qouatySuperfntendent of
Os ec ltniytaounotie
dr. nt v6b.,ogttXte"rutio
'ohI county, subject to theo e
in' ary. I s6oliit those soi
Sorts, and ii'roilael if df
lia v ,y honoible fftrt or t

'Ortrb pr uznaio| iot, frpet a. t
da t for ito oiloe ofl Sirie1
of t blio I1 nstrotn;. tpf A aX ill,
t, iT t1iject o 1e aotlok of '
ra} prinmary,, asd rtespeot lYi
hle Support o! all Dteiiotr

I lin a candidate for i l
Superimtendeit of; Publio t 1
f .llaohinaroratity,, IubJeet t
of the ol)eminooratii prnary tit
the ainpport of Demnooratitv(n
el'te td, 1. will favor r I',',"
Sali the payMient of'lthe s ,l,
I .I ,1
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Ci i

v relpb it ular adTioT cannot b* seutei d atI thl 1o

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I hereby innounone in It i't'itiiil dt
date hiefotBe litle' DetOa I'rti:'luryt or
- al.:thiia County fo rK 'h' i'l ni
ounttiit3Jutilgt. liavlng v'hitrgi'I tiy
dul'ot, k:lr)iy h(11)oMt.I I uipartially
i ttit, pa4, Al. ptledIe. 111 'ir ollt -
itnti' to do so it ie.ftt .' if i liteed,
'aidlial be very gi'f for th, up',
porI of te .Dowtrrtt lI iti ri o tif th.
Ponty. St1 i N.
,FW'ti nrd$ And A4' .1 ii *'

de t, w t be, ('11 I i fo r
yur votiisi ipilodgig ti l will he
true lind asithf AsAtl Il11ptt Y ir s

S1For t ouintlt;rtir,. L
t"le friend; hft 3 lai oi arit-
iiou4ite him a claritdi t' tio reoionifliui.
tIolin forlt tl jtu(ot(, Of < y 'l'riti r>'rt.r,
Int)Jict to th e i 't. ttti lpriliitry.
Sl per frmed b t i' t of
liofo t o t t li b
flu ' a at tis f tu pll..iit i iiiir a'toi by

IU r O prviiolu n ot lila
A i) il ,iAl. e'Or ii i'.li'" i i' iis rovi te for
ato hci ti o hi l dit thle'lic i l.ihrtf r i r
liot ondiai hitit bt i' il iur iht ntir.
pli uli e llle'lrucn tI g tl, ill i f tirly
S iiti ilr'i s i 1 by ti he
o6 6"s, IVOl" 'vdl iy schi
M*V. lo,. I s I ld i '< 'o 'd liy itM iA
,Ali i n t orl o i I hi r I Iy I tI' i,
to b hed Inin the 1 ,',, i l'k, u
Ea t Ma sttiii Strt .. il <1,C.'ityl tf

i 'i i a I. s V () IB n .. ,' i i I l i ,j i.. .
(bai tln aI I t lt'' i lof %II

, ity f ttl h IIo ht~'' i no't iu ii 'I
lAin ot fubig' i r uiyonr
atid rtlst'aii# # + 11 *i y i

Th a otllk i ) .. .. l. i ;,hi .
pomf iOl l: p a:,till.

l it lIl i ," i* i' ,
Witl i 1 > '14 w o)P. I t'
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in0verVAfryn(t ol'
m1ttihig and htr-
to the seat of tie


l'lSor le by Jhis(m on Bro9. yainesvile






North or west? PINE P



Oi lers. t ttu'lt iIfld p a it r iit r sli Iep
iru triun aI rytig yf hPullman sleep
iruts u tt'iraift s coiulus I (res re lit(nAl
iatlt ears lsn4 d;'i'ig s tihitwren
li(o.' fti'l'"' And; Nlortheri 'l s The
tha,,' i4ituirli ct'l erltca lit tihe ltroitthi 0 *e $ 6 1 .roogh t lokts via
ir r's wedt'hu lo anl.d d('u'it((Rs g.
ear i r trs' aIpply tt' it ,. ,:
J. fti.H.ltN. iWill .a. Ag .
'ii X bV tt 4 ay^ a t,, autslivi it'. I,.

tle Athlit Saloon and Catf
Jer 10tfholo WO O

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Alte t , W H ii llit i :til )1

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Strt Iul 1 ,1 l t'l i A Vor I tOblO (K tCONTRA ,T
o Titniu.. i: lttMll' 'PAY Mtu .: ,l'.'0 .

Wit over 'har l 6ilrt ynt poinhtis ant respetit lly
So licit a ',at of yeour tlhlne l os.

Victor Safe and Lok Company
f .:::1 .t : *'i.oA^ C a.:tx i ait,, (,. '
i '['iu i "Vi fg tli(E Ol pirc lib i of a tafi t tor itiy liig illn that Hit,
Sfroinit ia hox (t a huink rti il l ,, w sll .ave on (
by ea u'lllt itg Call on or address

f CUS HnA1N 46& lL. 4,
A i ntl loiutt firflly furititl,,d. il, IN SVI tI ,1 ,; (LRtIllA.
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If d'Aerl Interest Gath.
red by Otw Reporters.

i. HaPpp6ned and What is Goingi
ipen Told In Short Paragraphs
i:t 6 Who Runs May 'Ried",
Iha SOU.
W 16 cuid 1mank 11111,
plarnto n of Wade s in the'

Osborne ol Wade is At elo big

p Wppers for sale at Tthe SunT
: ilont' of ,Ocla aIs fat the
i~ :; 11 n "
ite'd" d'i- life" I W ranao aRit,
l ielt-Furnished rooms for housge-
gljg. 10. A.Ip. A i ,
Itonson' Wo(derful 81lve for saleo
IlW MtoOllumiu & Co.
v ilihelm. of Tampat was reg,
ed At 'the 'rown Btouise yesterday.
i. ikes ItO: .!ak 0ity was reg.
5:tl 'the l'trown Houtise .otero
,: ., Ohitty returned yestOerday
it a brie t vsit to relatives at MJic-

"l6i)g thel promtiiueit West End
ra Iiy(tnK the okinrty capital is I.
y of- Wade. '
r, i M Otthews antd his i otrestlng
lit son of Tacomta wero among twhe
,QiP .o this oty yesterday.
,t. Merchant, bookkeeper in tho

S tM. Vdatilanditigha of Mounl to h
"oei theolty yesteitty. i e talledQ
t, *Stta ofiee a(d renaowed. his stub

, Andersin, a1 proreiive young
,vt traa.sting busine.0 h10,
lis,,th ~evier and su.s.-
;4-valiug saluina'u for Po, e Mic
na, Jaeksmmle, wasO. working the
|4l t ,i't ilty ysstert.ay.
Siittllt4 rHfoll agent for 'thel t
6 G$d Qesat llttte, vetarued yeptstr-
f Tarpon Sprigs,, where he ho*1:
Of kh0 pak few days.
f\tfiesds of As J. loasa whit be
l t the Inlfdriatio that hle li
!Jl tIso an lltesa covering at

ml a oti s #,,at f li'to I'' to

S :4t 'i!r ,lito mo

o t"ft ip gwht ro tand
J t.^ i. l..mage'
ad Ot r I ont Opru hos"

aQ t Js~ biii (*vtiain Il
| ah thsatl bisess
|g||-", it is k&t
/ ~itt p I B ih~.mi wil
|Bl M| i~~ii^^ Trytl IP'''i' "''"'':*''-

". W. illiet ,.thp Oxtensive naval
iores operator ofl Waldp, "alio owner
of the Waldol Hoase, was transa.tiong
bu:iiness i' the county: pital yestee*

.,i. 1ills, a oloevr youpg man of,
UiIl, ip In th.e lty1. attending
c0urt, having t been utimond hero as
a. witness in the "qaie of the Sltate Va.

W.. JJohes of Kaianpaha, member
'of the Arti of 'Venable & Jones, manu
factuters of yellow pine htintber, Is in,
the. olty, 10H has btet suinmoned to
cobt On ia special veltre as a juryman.
Ellwpod'rawilig power., are mar-
veluesatid twofold, He draa h"iis pie.
turiespd 4the earnest at thtblo of hil
audionnes as well. :Gaineviiile Flor.
ida ClhauttuQua, Thursday eveutii,
Il .M i NE.C Wells, a.harnliBng and
aceoTpsilhtnld yolng 44Yy from Archer,
ehaarrive n this ol ty n: a viet to
her tlet4,~ts0reorgii aW orh
expeote t.orooaxabot wo weeks,
1'It lis to be toG ettad that tbeondil
t419( i. R;W. 'oklitaywhoD is I '"
ils home oton-West fAlna es et, DJ wlth,
pneiotiMna, Is lunhanged,. 1r o.
riwstry has been eonflued to, his bd'

inel. Holho es & Co .brokers in
gtoek gulu and ototontad
blo0.16k, halioiVlr.l t]a. 'peiVal atr
tento o loa^ t ouro1 lefr tt
ai hank in lkAonvitei'1 Ordrs ee.
outed directly on flodf of New Yorkl
took lxqhapiges .8 dt
The offtlo uralture, of Dr. J. D, 'L.
'tieneoh the dentist, was yesterday
ship)ped to Tu rn, Gna., where the Deoo.
tor will stRbil'lth an 'IIes is a.
tnero friends in this oIty regret hi s
depairti, but trust he will bepleased
' iles new home
Albert I'AUtrey, for many yeors' a
rsidlent of this olty, but who htas
been for tho past fw months colneclt.
ed wlththll PooaIhointam Omal company
of fllueleold,\'V, YVe, Is spending a tfew
days attiong his old friends and asso-
clates here, all of whom were glad to
see h10i.
VF 11. Pormnanand family of IllM
aola, wlo hav itbeciti for the past few
iOOthlt toitduoting a boarding house o
at t corer or at Eo rangio street
and Northl Ok akeatne, having decided
to return to th ir' Wetrn ho mte,, de-
paite d yedtirday, 'Thlil estimaible
family uado many triends while here,
and it wiaasWith rAgret that they bid
thtno goodbye., It tio be hoped they
will deolde yet to return' tand a1eo
th *r ,liuQ4me fn iaviltle. .
Tlh' nitinerou (Ihalinsville friends of
I r8,.. Waterman Wll. be delighted at,
theO lnformnton that hel B1 ai0, ~tktrned'l
i aiiate4 With. 'her father, ,,. SimoniS
Ioi,.tli'...ow iij oratr ln xlt 'i t .r^

slf as betiag'la:id 0 rir tto Forda':
antd her lditdradi, laftetr thei ,oripe.-
lle lorth. tt 'd ated 5h0t heb re.
cliived ith Sti8en r.8lrly while ini INew
1York, atnd thath he noyed reading
'hott i .newsi" svy miitlch,. .
qa d Thils ...
Ma.t, attTe t, June f, 1M 3I,
i .w r rr tf E pi a ur e ri**n. sa ih
thI have C#.t':oo.u Qeit DLis, ,vr
*wth t$it 'At 4ii. hav isute, '. f or
8Ar 0it ti k 4s 1siOI"It mi and io4
: tdiw1. eses" :.
*Ipt *O ANCKi:.,
..Mettt io te phi Annual

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O ourf r u r .0,Ja k~tfor 8,0Q
SOuvgiIar: raaet. tor r
S, .O ur reg'.lr-.'$ t$ i eti. ,
e& Ja:ket at 'wo-Thirds Regusar ,Price. $O:P

Obol good Ut to 88 i AU our 60o wol good. out to 4cyod
60 *o0lgoods: 6Ot to 000 y I All ouir 6a wool goods outito 7t vd.
1 wool g6oods out to 80 y All our $1,10 wool goods at 900 yd
il.2 wq good8, at $ly I Allour $1,50 wool goods ati t 20yd 4
!hoe does not Include bl J k$ or white goods, but our regular
oolared Winter Goods.;
tre and Look at oome of the Many Bar- .
ghiDns we Shall Offer This Week.

,!tAw '4

Ilntre w it ahitian & H11111. I
SDeputy Sh Wynn -of Newberry i
in thie ity.?.
Dr,. j v' instry as called :on a
proaey inal. to Rocheirl ye.te -
yMris, M' Moore belong "d i

p i8 t o T, ^ 09.. 1: l l
S layed S a ',y "Roineoo nd A' -.
ot company eautlfoul 'eeiier
iRecomnrend *tli '"-'o.-, Parso ,
maagerampa' y Pasino.' Opei a
h^osM, Frldday,, -. ... .
T. M.Shaw a son,. Ernest, f'
Blerookey were vi or to Oainesvil
yesterday. w had his nau
eitolled upon the reroincreasing an
scription list of, 'li, Sun,
Remember that tie members of t1
Bethlehem Ohorua. ll meet at ,tl
lomtle 6f Mrs. Trusse enby, by reque
oby req y er
0f Prof, Oliver Arnolk at half-past
o'clock. tonight, will I pecial mnu.
will bo rohearied for iwe chantauqu
A. K Cuihman, (r' d Secretary f
the Odd, hlas i turned from iI
offieal visitto points West Florid
He report the lodges, sited as a rt e
in ewxellmit condition, nanelally ati
With a desire to ace mmodate the
public at hours When th express office
insight be closed, the Sot arn Express
Company has establils d a branch
money order office in th( tore o f John-
Ot UrHo., O l West MiA stWreet S,
wlhnteio.ney orders ilaiIs (ttre be
tsee.t red
imoind ntorJ. W.Ray o
(loaddtiotur W, lay o the Atlantic
Coast Liwe, who is noW IIwon1initg be-.
tweemi Palatka and Oroomln[ lIte Flr -
ida Southern division, wit headiuar
tart in Palatlii, wasl.hi th lit 'y
day.. Ct'atin Rayh s oneo f the est,
popular boll.eord yanker tr-
vice, and ill friends" in (a ville arej
Walay glad Loseem hi.
Daitl and-. U OhCeer, o r
perous planters of the tLL sA 00.
thin, woro trading li the o e si -
'dar "Uinle Dan," a the rmer. i
familiarly knuwiin has been ntihid
by a great many friend's to ln he
race for repree'iitmttIe, t sntated,
yesterday that he had to it y !I "Its,
sotry" at horne, being very h y ,with
hil crop, hence hlie would d line to
sh nePr tu .0", for h'<. reason a
eamnpaigm ills hrv.tTr ^|t
^Uluu ltt,'*Un ttae uaty. I ^,:. ;;''1'.
coThl 'p1 ductiit f om omteo *g
ho- leading' pits: w 'rWwi i e
thO e Pley 6Iw itWe44 the isI .,lopie tni, s( see ts O tl a 0t
lb. s .ete i M

l^ WI~ii:l, t^ei~sIv
th IhItrse a$ Nte i^
b~p twn(dheA8 n^
byi~i si~ te ir*MS*i^-^l kj^

Master Mechatnic E. J, Smith of the
Atlan tic Ooast Line, with headquarters
at High Springih, was af vIlitor to this

It?. Ilrookrdof Thomasville, Ga.,
torrlY ofthip County, aiyl the ,e plld lit The iSun office aRod 'ihad
hie name enrolled ob, the. subscription
'list. il"s friends here are 'glad- to aee

During the absence Ot 'Agets M. Iw.
Wooding" of the Southern Express
COipany, who is nthntig rout ageit,v
the l i oii On, toi. f' lo.Ail : tlA iil' is bitl1ig
filled by Y. P. Cottffey.. Mr. Coffttey is a
most cou rteoils anld efllelteit rtioprmeseit.
ative, and a killingg the pos(miln i wwth
credit to liimielf.I
Rev. P. G, Elson of aEnville Preached
Fine Sermon Wednesday Night.,
Rev. P. L Elson of Danoville, Va.,
preached a powerful sertuou at the
Bapt ist, hurui, last night, He will
preach. again ait 10:80 this morning.
iis subject will b e "Prayer," an d he
invites every pt-roml in ihe .tugiy to be
present to iear about this great sub-
the pastors of ainesvrille and their

ohnigregationsi are earnest
to bIe present at every'
next-tei days iad unite
hisefforifs to draw alln m
bleised Sivtl i)or o the wor
There will be two service
It .l()30 a. it. andml 7:30 p. 1
J,et all those iigierals b
help in the wornhlip ,


ri. erritt O
High SprHigt, Ocdbrut
r. ai th, laid !ie ti Ut
ry$ SOth lind Miarch ls.
'0 Dr.tComllwii mais
tnoaliy vi*its to eliah

npo; l

-We- ,have just receiW4
sok of fresh Pea And Bei as follows:

Extra Early A Peas
SMcLean's Advance PNas
Fist sand Best Ps
Landreth's Extra Early Peid
llopkins' ianproved Volunteer teanu;
1,000 to One Refugee BeaRo
Extra Early Refugee and Wa Beand
will arrive in a few days.
We have prices lower than the loiw";.
est, Write for quotations.

TInias, Hardwared SOd



Personal attention to
all matters in this line.
Mail and' telegrkg or.' O-*
denrs promptly attend-
e'! to. .


Gainesville, .''

ly req uested ................... ... ..
rviek for the
with him in
n Unto whA
lin ii 1,1 THE (0i N NirTAiL
(es each day !
iresnot to
'Ma M tst. S m rsa t on r n .i.ouitl of P. 0.
..... 7--- @ I
Open Early-and Late. -
..erv ie the B 1 '1, s
S famous (Contiiieental oyster
and drip coffee. Western atea!t. ':
,. Sp~eial.attention to supper, for.
S ty or l s plates. Speeial orders,
regular maials. Try olin of our'
eal tickets.
1011 SSomumtern itell Phonem No 71'

.l 1 I op, e and large 1

it ll 1 i 'o tPrtralt, fromnlife '
ida, a Specialty :., : ,

nd 5 t r .t -
.itlfc ul h'' i hro .i,. L';tA.on ", ,
MbeffT.W ll N l:'

Gur ni d 110 ored

r e l8 E

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S0. I IA, THURSDAY, FEltCARY :k r '0
,^^J.- I I

ONi~~ 1)~)1J4AR A


.l. On ..n. Enough
to obolie ,orooea.
I wro 49RA.
l leaves Japah's Ileet Wasi
erably Damaiad In the Naval
t 'Porit Arthuia-Enigland
rofit by R,.tuan Vlitory.
L Fe# 3h, 24.-'"Thea war
ust. or September ti
defeat of the,
i athority tin ttimate

he elletf itn tie highest
e He. *e added: "'How
sie caut hope to-'ticeed
ar,.Into..iei ,m II
ori e tsato that-f com ad-
' toxiestly 'are ti abl' to
fu odr or v-4t'e sxu bun-
44A ditioufl matin the

7, it se ens 10 us that
ve utorly j tiled to
's resources or hav o
1o Great f'rital.tor
6 nithor of whibc


. A. RA.
staer. of reign Affairs.
fin"l ninvolv4d7
rat ritaln li concerned, w
lieV aBiy halti cinat'onsa .
t. Wt think fice British
Who did so muticl to puiih
War .realised that with Jao
t they would accomplish
or Great Brtatin; ttlrst t
O ed9 oour progress tem-
Oad to cri pple Japan's
o, 'Whik'i was; beginning
e rlt. i the Pacifl .
said- with the utmost poa-
RitsRia will tlldq her
will act on tha tlotenosivt
i. tconident thath li
pabes eiFil e'vte no doubt
allt.' Relaorcement ar
Stte riate otila

1 a i r rrowtng 'r04, 1
thatdespite ajsae

Port Arthurl to ae en
1i 'u. hl a IS. ..: T

0I the Od4 of 41
V,,i at, tas. ad
l bjav se

NNW4 %4tled. )- '4se tqras "o tbi
Appolntanent the genera I mnd
nthe 1Manchrianaz t'r.Y, o*bltato Vice.
iey Alxl f,4lit his powered probably
:will, iheextertdedto. in16de theo troops

0 Pteattlaus Is t i e8, A tex
will remain l Ontoeme eoinmatid;
but the Viceroy being a sailor, Uener.
ca Iyuropatkin was appointed his lieu.
Tenant tor the0 arr4yY as Admiral Malt
roy is tfor the navy. Speacing on the
subject of possible 6 nvestinent of Port
Arthur, the multary attthoritles here
do not believe the Jipilkmse will at.
'tenmpt to make a landing'in force on
the LiXu Tang ppntltaula. 'he former
mlay Ithere iS nothing he Russians
Swou0t like better als s eh an, attempt
IS dooHed, to oertala faIl re. The
atitho16rlti he.S assert that the south.
ern portion; otthe peaniisula is strong.
ly guarded and that the north aborae
Spretaeni Itnuperable obstacles .Th
only cbantie of the Japanese, it la
from K6reatimtrarto co thi t is add
et, they iit Hiat d0feat the Auesian
* rinfy oil this silte -p the YaIl r~ier
t dn even it tOsful, they would be
,e to f4* 4 aUtL imi.proegnable
Stronghpl4, 'The* AeAi latedo P'Pfe
oB understands 'that Qrand JOpkl
Alexis (untvl of the; omar and high
admiral) has recoloaldered hin datle4io#
0to go to the Far ttat.. He was e'~i
tquieliy at iotis t4 go, but the grand
duke felt that his, duties hero would
1lecesaitate hble remaining in St. Pe

Rusala's NSw War Minister.
t;, Peteribhtfr l ,124,--duoerual a-.
kltaroff, .chtef of of the milUtary
district of Tur1itOi, has been ap-
pointed t(.act ~s minister or war dur.
Ing the absence ,o 0 b ral 'opat.
kinu, whoso tppoltinutm#it to nomrrant
the, Riussian nljitiary Tore to In tie Far
bia't wso gazette ye teiodayi

'i;..a 4'sala'48lack Sea Fleet Will
a e dsnelles
Now Yorlk, i). \l ,Pegotiations
are plogrosfig, inserts A';raid's
St. 1ooteorblurg (O'VrrHopuldtillI, 11 thei
pasfigt or the I.)ardenelica By Ito ,t
Bian lBlack soa h'oot.
lRiuHsia is deiernined to got her
ships tIlrouti.,tht, correspondiecut avi'rs,
Ov iet ii It iS necessary *to atiopt Lh i
luillefriuge of altering their iapp', ar-
a c0o, d(isgilsiilg IthOll a1s inei'chaliil.
men. Thio porto is almoIt willing,
.andt If Kiiyland miakes 'an. ol) tiilli
the dtlib'atqlt.eS (' olltnuos, "it will hob
a aigIal for an l Imnediate advantro to-
Ward Indtia,"
Admiral Alexlrf'a retirement to lihlr
bin with his stuff Is linterlreted to
mean that hlie is colivlnced the Japn-l
Snoseo ill lolego' P'ort Artfur. 'hitte
fleet has recolvoied l atrctiont inot to
engage in an flight at prlisentIt, tIt to
e* siali on tile defensive untli th*b he,
ginning of Jutly, when a iult of the
whole Baltic teb)t will be: dipaltchld
to the' Far IEast.
it Is hoped also by that timme that
part or the llack sea elO't wil) be also
oil the way.
Work, o, all the shtlp% intder coh-
atruction lI betng especially inshe ward. '

S Britih Officer. Honord.,
Tnklo, VFeb, hl-'The 'ihkatio


morning received in audIence' Captai s
1ea and Paynter, and Lteiitenanlt
iltyle, or h.e British navy and thank
d th.:pm for, navigatlng the Jap.anessd
prifored.. crus0rs Nlshitn.' and Kas-
p Ifrom (enoa, Italy, to Japaln Jlias
Maljiesty fonearreid' oni them',the.0 ter
.,of th', ling 8thu and presented thetst
with gifts ofr silver and iacquiier, Work
tru, tih ilr!Snparal, eohilau.: +Tr
'renr : CW' of1: the Ntihln sails for
obuse ot. the stamert sheri, from Yo.
oaomu by way ofq Sian .ran. io

AfI 86e0. Altted4 4t to Groat Britasn
#spis at tihe t t L tt ai. l *
LIad,f ieb. 24 --The. Whit tat
cr Ooeailc, whiah sai^ pils fro Iv-
*"of l tomorrow evfo Nr w Yo etwI



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Candidate for County
ent Expresses Prac


And Promises, if Electe
Through--Refers' toIH
vice on School BoArd
debtednesti of Same.
Gainesvile, Fla,,
To the ,Demooratie Vote
In that I am a candid
loee of Superintendent
truotion of Alatohua co
tmy duty to ad\vs~f you
admiInlstration if i )t
herein review Some o
iegs % 0,tlfhe sehool- bon
partitpted, the statu-
debt, etic i.'.
It is my intention to
but I filly realize the d
ulty of. meeting a, hie
All are agreed as to I
of edutatiomn, and nq'li
be given to our publio
Great good has beNO a
it and muoh more is ox
portunitiesa offered aind
Wheisever the unexpi
aiflirt htappons, it (8 of
aiiddisappointing. Tlh
term, whIich is abtt
demonstrates tht tHet.
the large seiiool debt
board wta fase tho.face
which detinandedof tlii0
like 0iQtion. W9 114 fo
bhe dtweritlied' 'llt ohildtren, tax payer and
did whnt wi believed to
school term would have
creased the school deli
according to the super
port on July lst, 19
th1,0'.0of this amouunt I
trict debt. The interest
the liatstleholtstit year
or about otne-eighth (if t
come or atmo it, eon(g
ttopiilers fotr one mnithl,
I wits a m1ni)benr of tht
for eightyaro prinr to.
18097, atnd when I wut tIo
school dhebt wan $1,285;
(nuse(ild by flhe big frpe;
bIuinoial report, page /1
agaln bItecatne eomineot
september lHth, 1I)3, l
as above stated, u.xOept
since July .1t borr
aIt. had- iisued wart
hintmret atonosuting
i,3M)s. ,Conteracts. for
ing anid desks were. ou
proxihm tinlg $t,60. .
solue decisive measure I
ke.n to check the growth
1 offered a resoltion l
out' of the regular Inoinm
0itkilig find- to be, pa
debts n(tedating Jiuly' l
onanimouily adopted .
iMben i censured, my ".r
that therd was no imimen
making ptiaym atav on i
thought thsre was, a'nd
it would have been wise'
o sooner, I ami will
made' ast lasue in thi
not asking your rnipport
sont'l resMons, It my.
your approval, 1 will ap

eoatintue to bI. a blsipi
off tl, debt. It;,. is .n
lg,. Radical ohaMsl a

and retrab"ini:et1 I

ame. Ifl wll r-resm
school teesr 6 ft la pt

I1= : +

:il -::li::-:':1::-:- -i--ii----*l--~-~----rr~ _._- -_-~-_.._..~- Il-~lll*--~-L~.--.. ~~.lkCI-IIICII-UI~-a--Lir-*llirYI

i :

LE T ,R burden, and I will work t thtt end If it . FE '
L'. .'K4 'LErY I will favor ith payment of the ape- NOW ;.`1'B!QiN
L ui&MEY -NOs ,ow BOOe
'Il whihl the debt* was1 matei. 1.i will i s '
' ci'^ '*~ + harge my whole diity impartially and ... 0''.d'.
Sup intend-. iirlhssly, and rteiuiro the satii of Farmers Busy Preparing lor Coma
tioat views. Othr,, ing Crops.
I. will visit all thye hool its a olftei $ A
IS 1OLICY th law requires and is much mo,, a CONTINUED' COLD AND ,RAIN,
I my duties will allow, l will publish .
d,. to Carry it an iDoesxt monthly statement, Does Not Dishearter Thom.-Labor
it and in e0ch atinutli report the 'u- t
lIaPmer Stir, dbhll rport thtwn. Problem VWill be Worked Out by
Also1 tthe ti- I tld from the records that the av White People--No Time to Talk to,
e rage ineoomU from tile StMato and oun- Early Crop of Candidates,
Feb, 10, w) ty forthe last Oixy0it t hao' btwie only Santat F,Pleb. 2. --The farmers (it
rs. of AAlohia .$W3,O() 1 also thid that the aora thls com ity, totwithlitadling the
annual shortage been a little moe i loro ng cotinued cold winter it d uip to
late frr tht, of. tln $12,00t) iring thse, six years th it tie onti w4 rain, ahre not dit*
of Phblio h- the school authorities, il granting heartened. They seem to be possessed
)unt, Ifeel il, what th piouple demanded of thtlml, with reoewed energy auid it. determt.
Of ny.polioy of allowed the debt to be made. Now the nation to make a etceess. No loafing,
. I ill alo people should he forbearbing and aid in As busy is beei s not even tlmo to talk
f tha proo d paying lihedeblt. I believe the ours toe tI early rop o 1oandlda.tes ild.
Ird i h ad~iwo if' adopted, l 'Wathie a t ltiition i=g s eOur oflol1 Ity, "iei ....
of tholof h p liroblem., lnll In a horte tli ered n' money to iohe ave rage farmer
the'orial school term wll It rt- heore-none to s.patre We wilttlt you
mak ca v stor, ,i Adopi. t ihel amlleidne t to tho lato r OI aboul .-t .ropst a tt didate '
l dl on ittitio t th general let he labor lni theaborbing
`n "'o! anrd sUdsoo s Wi illl Am assured min n e l qtitn i h ler~ l lhildie ~,hard '

the tta oa o fro\ $0,000 to .$8,0t00 nu illy ,F ro ger 1974 w" Ihi v not is y, | red ". m
i poa l d iby and lftortui es ha.ip it me iott s'(bof tait to l rl tl e6r ami t on
itro s h ldte b sliitbss Iti(id red iced ny tlnau e a 10 sIA it th at ott of thenti that ha ov

'peo, in opft IcAnr remai t s ; A eaivilh an*l ko tiil t o l i nII et i t tlro k ta 4
rel argiven,. mtiy sevltn g chihldre 0-)h t th t1 Inhd y out rto the want of h
s t.ted in school lti.ry re e tfully, fitrm lit)irei I. h wblih worknI tn W(?lo.
ten iun tilonal .J. lI K i,.V, Kui a of lho avOrBago )egrs. TChiy seein
e nii ttsBhltlhort JENNINGS LAKE JOTTINGS Wi htavt(hl thelrohld lhu Cit the eot '
clo tig, fully r.a...-... .. rto l IWhohi 'Givet lo t y ptty o ver y o
t;, areo ehool pects of lhcrea led Acrtage. to i py tiloii r ti t o i ii h ttiltditr o "
f ri, lnwinr g h oy T ery ou ll yt is rttle', Ie

th e |i I o r ep arlrrit ssi yig't p t o r dt'ormInd to h r.aren t t t r b own t
ior.dit r, aud th.n lastyour ad l t i thuoroighly lht e eno
bll right,. A prepared, Tl0h s 1nd00, g1no ldly tak*ih i l two.l ,t trot oh0 w nr
materially hl elagkiallowfl].t this y..rtroro lilbr. t'k i l Asl ef O iho llIen1O oltoy

nteL lntt'l ri T. J, n living s olt thrAe w rluathi h nd l in lt elr d tha e lt ii ilneoot
L)A, $77,2)80 h, ^far.O t b lhli e.*onl iu ty 1 plroirPaylVft,
S p.,ed il di5. t. W. Shl hlhl l uld \V. N. B sowhr Th oitt rop i lo iM nh l ti e 8 gll r
t paid durhong hale,, h l siderl,, af o. unt of t, ropay ell h hortis o, t).ee
wla $, s 70n f ili,,er) thrk lghult thi n otrrli e i n iu g kl olt t he i atijty Of
,1d antnel i h- i. (Of' itarh t) i ha doati n. ,uin. loar th farmers rtelPri tm.eie ost. The-
h tr pit y o t,h al thai n kls p roapre ti for frhithit l n toverbete t
iMr hlIhoutr wlas trit rilt. sfl t owir n 0 ,ter l a o
e school 1 board Saturday withldpralyuri, <.a li Iu( r- 'h; l ll l';. l .t7llhl h1 l i "pro o
.Ja thlia try let, ,, oet iaia, l grB'hn l ing#th wetll aohreo la t eih ( tiile x ted. d
iff it, thO t..t han l Mrtin cl onflnov d to hir m r hla hwi t lto her er .no t ..
3, Whilich w hftenal itl sa 'nie lower ll ite .r atsI to stt foel ledos noart ty
. ,. n 1l> T, J, Lov., rfam yly is i,pr(.ovhg. r wr ork,.whhlhi., very m h ^eM, :rete .
17 .Wlien I lnot, id it iahop ed they will 1,u h A Mtie ,Ahur hllt llft one of th A41 .
ded w ith it 60, out 'nity m t oaolllit. 'i' t cmeso n Ih wl)ll p bi
Is it slate -$d'o l
fout d t)ia.g Ma eifl,.who iM* o I. n be s a hre ,aonti th l mtaet t ith r i p ,
lhat.i they had lttri^ of thle Lak, and whol e d lamr. ren there e iped s. on.~r w rei.
owed Ut W,av th r i. ueh re, a tned, ha. am v ed, to *hotlroeI Ie spI nt d t for .i w teI, ,
rInlt ales for Wadt whert he wlll-,o,,lndu .t I r sht,, ret-urn y-turdly tO fo m bt .

Etl aii nsig p. < tighlir oif rof Ja 1 ut ofi
helievitng that Leuii e, Movi dg Dal aind Bril'nlin Haonni hotii bie' ta G ood qelturnl -PFihl r es, It ro, r" hr v s W .
.of the debt, ..f looia.a 2Fb 4.d-M se rs hlr V, W' C e l .h I I.
appropriating sm o s ext sivfe stw mil$ owners of len th iaw p +e k. ill i i0 11 ( :'.
p nlhereat(it ah
S< it, e. n wh. r wiw mtll hroo tont g a s k Hl v it
l Mirum lyf u .s WIitral ye t r ti, am oupon r a o ort vi v ieiT to ll Ipptl, iated ir b 6 1 th ,"b0 to "
- .c wll i 1 ,11engleol,
ot. w eh011wn a ,few days ArL forif tl h y UrI l Jpr f, faywork, who have .not the vl le t ,

I fo li.d ha wI'it f 1. 4 n, n Segts hhl.
9f0l Nfllm' ed chy ak *o fi lot to t he oinire Off ge M r"

rtoei dsl $I fav o r isne l. it rai Liter v ing u isw anod s and uthil al 'th 4olt,

ltio hIsea d0h a re ( .eitt a'janaryh Wl ai t rn pAsgakin*$ .t Ifrd o
ngt t, ,ave th11 ; L. Csiohria,",,itxI imtl, h a^ !"l|0n, espetllly so (thisdlHrivt ,:: ,,
ipt,.+ a *been at t ,r an pi;l ho a et rvk.n .tond hi e ofi, d ^lid
hint. : for; p er- ,moih h v moed yek to.r tt ht h Ik, .... .r
<. ^ .Ut t(at .1 r nl i ..
pohol ucil. eis homeWFhereO, :s O :i 11y, Ai4ha g lbYung
ot t ors am ol ro rJ. l tl
M-il threa til- p +itmtc . .t hM. AT. yI arid ol ihmi IIR Y Q wlidf1)00o11)h'1 Alltw kople

s fhar he 'ti-m Goond ,+,td Rs y. b,">I es0ac)e. o ..; ..
Ilgotil e t1 f s f l ar L o osW' .. Wti ("lso ,Aen Le1 1 04-"dI

Oil 014 aL Lesit ion sW 1`1111 AINOW thei wa as 10h', 0, 111 1Y..l k 54, n;

0 1 0 f orho s a o f o v orb ef vpe d tretf o .mO

to 4i6j dell a l 04# ttto glyt |^
se6^ 1 ^af iig vl.prll OYwok.11.14 st

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of Capoas emuael A,.
Ob rYale, This article s4, s ,
I rppaned y ait oecellont likensaV of.
iptaln Smhoke, a96p4nsmntch si this
I thf e mhoM of. the" dls'tIngmslhd" it,
et)'eto!r TeSun rcprod..ce" thea r-'
tiOe, feeling that it will be at hitterer
of interestyto hib ..onum roti friends
throughout ilorida.
the World says: .
rttil oApl f, Smo; iistructor .i'
SOlitary tacic at ,'Yale, identified.
himself with the university the co6m.
nwai a placethati only ai part of
til, andeergraduato. body of studentsl
$1t ally sipcial' interest in, And with
thaim it was merely' a matter of "feed.
'i)g," to use :lstudmnt vulgarism, and
fefldinga~ a tlow enough rate to acceon
m OiI evoin the .t.tdent who was
working ghls way through college.
thit i i was9 In 0h old days, before the
neiw dln'ltnghall was made the blicen.
teNal gift to' the un iversity. by tiim
y' Orlrginally thsf 'omt11ios was.
I 'ltl e old ,gyn.tasluai'on ".L1.IArhiapty.
$oob It w digy barracks ..sort
Sl fa.r tieed l t from hi.e mill i'l
dolmt^r pleait thllttt no'W eor ates'nat-
mlphore iof luxury. biout its Ilatons,
stot tim'lg exp enivO rallier tln I: ,
n fthe 'ol y,'s, "'eaitnI '.g th't C(1 ,im'-
Io'mo's."whileby':nolimei tq a term' of
oppohritin t, rath er. oled toe ith wfay

w rld' good to itirbar bor ert pity 1thei man wlios 1necOss O: ii rtlc0i'MynIiy em.
brted th rations iturnishvd by thi
:. mt t tltOii )it it iii . . i i
With t"ie .ettl in)gof llf w .liim w ining-.
hall it geno tie inti~rtst was ema'ro .el
amit og i hi stt(S itri ns i nli'hi poa thU it's
;.:i:'iL ',. . I ' : " :

M i4aot, :4, 04d bon1,se of its ini p
A epivrotiin.t many of the richer
Ihouiht togile Ita trial Yet. it
ot itit i hp e tr!>tii'it e oif Ctalt,
ttipon.ibtie seetno that the inslith.
ld t' Wat pit upon g what, almost,
l$i 1re itt writ l ing, alirty be Aog .
, imi'ii a .tme toi Yiale y ir and,
u ,ued'ilng (Ca pt- l'e it t'
rray 's mintlita!ry, tti'terii t.or itt
hmilveray.5 (Ils has beeit an inter.
Sgigpr.5tiol tht !e fthie ,o.
in th q u ie t, M Ol rd el tih ., it'.
of Yal only further txei-t,

I .apie talll aoquirtitg a lot

)li. etttti^ h d the ita" .p
tS ehool tlmntly outd o
i hf1 s :x.F8s 1rAta that .

F:t :If n s~i lt'sPM'?iO syt ,ri e s
esq, soto .tie flut'


Consume tion,

bowh el i nature with Ayer' Pill.

From Florida he went t0 Detroit to
join his ott, 'laiid wai there atthe time
the Spainishli Wr brokoourt;, goon after
he was sent to Cubai where ho ui,.
tlIamd a severe sunstroke that prao-
Licaly." ended hii active m military ea-

,pon being, retired, in Augut of 1002
Qapt SSmoke, crushed and almost
broken -h.earted by l ealari tity o6lif ar-
li, to giv o uiP lhI military amubitiontr,
boIgit an orange grove in Florida
tomn iuledI front arny railroadti, wlhore
with is id eifeO d eidr I; ,lie led a
'lIfe of such perfeoCt quiet that i, a few
onitli h. efoiund his health quite re*
tWrod and Lb ethiftrosto'b.oppA I.tlp d (ldo
Sii VoyfeXriahiy'i ttlng' itself,. do'
l l.^as glad thenii to reeve tihe ap'ii
poi-ient as lnruethr at the h niver',
i|ty of rbrbskt, iFrot 0 Nebrasgia he
arne 1Y Yaldn
Oeine m r egard his having stopped
Into hi nn.agemeitt of the Yale dilo
i.ohafll qtuIlite as an accident, The
place was valcalit,aild oniiie1 member of
the YOQo faculty suggested that. he
i koe lp the ( managerial reits... Capt.
Slieoio did o lit0tli ei( t animonlenet. Per-
tiips ".lie knew hIis powers as norgirn-
lzOtr', in any ov, til., '.tle slIggostioii,
1nd1(1 aill)oit as a jest, became ailn
*:tiieilst propose ition a viewedd,. by him,
nitil if llhot befltreitlher of theit real-
ifzd lit,- hid twn Iforftrilly iAstalled
s mullagoer-in-Ol I f o tohls vrist dfint.
Alid wiilh tltw arrival:Of Capt,, Snlokt
inutiy tid greai r, thl clhiaiigrs that
aii Iwimt g wroIught,
inplroveilnelt itn thi food is oie Of
titm v lihlfle changes. ','l c .o-opera-
ttin oiof the stuidulw is ill the mainag-
iInte'nt isluotiterls yet not liorfcted ,but
n0 ililiiiitly ini omibryo to .pro niil fruit-
fil reutilts. Almo has (ailt, Smnlk o ein-
id ttoreid t oiitmre the l rimi l inter.
ilt of lh nt alti Corporitiinon in luit hill,
ti(i this I tilve, tott, lia1 llarkitid itL
wily successfully,
.\ triph through the pjhait by The
World oureitoniletitt cotirTied tile
soiitpiot01, already ariaelu ,Wnt l llt. oapt
Saittke is t ho trgaliii ln{en liite. Seuch
sliiiting ciiuldrotis ai' l si hthl ., llooh,
s tiih onriler, ituellt iuiltnes! rhoe great
eollte urital In ,u thle totrviig pulttry
gleituing like no. tiut h. gold, the silver
aiit glit awnre, poliashild ilt "i toe
laito tist hoitiiouehoid,, tlit rable ,t i.onli
wpt )-sinoe..iR f anid' grlos y-,evry.,
thitt1, aW t40g KOodNOew EiiRltid house.
t),e woliuld iy ," ''ii tippli orpie t'der,'"
inid tiith ( bestt of it all, oinooth
iiltickiit-e ruitniinlg iileh uiryl, riqu.ite as
ltough oittie fairy had waved her
at, tand alireisto' eitryt.hhit., wa a*c-
.*O mpliohed w Ithout apitareit etffrt,

It)e hIal, dr1 w tiup.t i: cotnitit utilon aliid
tlhe .ifi'o thel t he 'lit ia i to be

wil be p, Tipi "by the o: rtt who
em n t B| t i t'h e)(n iis, l B; anid w i l gi fttt to-
,ard eiiteliit iuHj( a nd 0t/frie'ndli'ness
w:twyii,, tlntii mg nviit.t ind pIttroas ..
(apti Smoki, :s id fr o im the. tHini-.
fold M tiuiltvnoents Ofo l itsh'lui, ind*
'ti(ii'.of cidMrse' to dill his mititary
*?(. e .at thie ,'!ilmnory, twitc 0 ..weet; '
.mili. to d"wiitfr 'l 'i'ii t-wii ,kly, c-
tires. .is t'. bo st a lit of iitart

*.*it' life ,'wltt hi. asa the '. tttr

olding~ County Primn y.

Th dCommitteeman From Ditrict ,N0o.
2 Will Make Strenuous Effprt to
Have County Qommititee Disrard
.atelFixed by State Committee.
4ltSort* "I: AIs one 'of the hum~
minAhlr6 of, the County EXeeutive
phtlte," elected as such lby the
voters of i0triet No. 2 in the l'st prl-
iary,Ifeoel it my duty, in obedience
to tho wishes of a large majority of
t ia voters in the disirit thai I have
the'honor of representing, to protest
against a primary for tihe nomination
Of 06Urtty'oftluers on the date and tiipe
of the State primary, the 10th of May.
OurState Executive Committee,
which onoists of one member from
peaol county, not elected by primary,
and thirteen so called members atit
large, appointed by others ai:d ..iven
full ruling power, on all subjects,
take unto- themselves the most amaz-
lug, power ever exercised by any body
of imeln under a Democratic form of
government, to-wit: The power to
fix the time that the. several counties
shall hold their primary for the iomi-
nation of thieir county officers, and
make rules for carrying out the sane,
I for one believe that-a careful selec-
tion of our cOunty'btlllers is of far
more importance to us than the selec-
tion, ofState or National officers.
Then, again, if the county otfleers'
names are placed below several hur.-
dred. :names of persons that
are running for higher positions, will
not 'our, county's interests suffer?
Hlow oan the average voter enter the
polling place and, vote intelligently
withoptgetting tnixed, he having but
five mnirlltes to vote. The objector
Will say it will save expenses. I an-
swer, is it not our duty to: protect tle
iman that iuns for a sminall offlee, which
office is of more importance to the peo.
plb of (his county than ii Uited States
senator? As for expenses in helping
to run tie primifry, every ,opmtm]il too.
ina' shlioldt haiir in niid the smailli
pittance tha the lu co nity colliitte'!
received ili Itho lat prinairy
from tLbhe State cOiinittle-nlotte l nugh
to carry and retin theu allot hoxas,
1 think that it is to t le interest, of the
toiooity, klomwiog as 1 do tlie s.heluniS
oi poliians, ati n tl being a farmer my-
lf, thti if th primary is callhid on.
tlihe Uth of May, it will lie detrimnenll
to the. iierestt of tthe county to the
farnldr, to tho school teacher that may
ritn for iofhie, iand to any.I profession,
h t'arfmr r ind tdcIohol teacher .f itilo.
.cli'lvssi i l \April, as that. i their ltii,-y
liin I will give lloticve t i Ow (corm-
>o it eos ttf, lltmeets tn thhe first. of Ma re
tlihilat on hilint dtay I will, if permitted,
offTer a reiouiitiontl lt fix the tinm- for
tlo primary for county otfleers on tho
l:t!h of July, ninl second primary onl
the ith of AuWgut, 1ask every coei
.mittUinuini to lind outnthe sent iteiota
of his distitric, itn regard to the above
propoituon iand ome prepatresd to vote
intelligolntly., as his district wilhes,'on
the matter, so that we can morer ,truly
rprep eiit the I)tenocraoy of oiur coull-
ty",. mustg obar in inittilhat i tihe
above dates do not uliti the majority
they ( changed. 1 offer this as a
Starter for tthepurpose of finding out
the wis es of p1 in nmloracy of the
county. 1W, M. BIN Trc_.
Santa Fe, Fla.. February 2%.

It ecoonlmnoriay inherited.
FeW ire entirely fre~ from It.
Pale, wetik, potty children art
tfllicted 'vUtlt it In nitne0 case .ut .o
teni iiud mnary .atduits suftfer irom It..
(Chtntnii ittdictttionn ai'see bnohos In
the neck, 'ahet at',, f'ttttuius' erup-
tilmti.5 iilsimned -e 'elid, .solo e ar;,
rim'k!tmi caulrrhb..wasti ng, and generlB l
.oo d's: Sarsapar la
cuz. ".s,.

.EKdictc it, pldlUS'ly and hbsolut.-

.It k Iant hit e wr ugljiiit.
*"* C a Rooe!( an sttiher #* to, owls
satandate^ Mahatix jKlteamende AMI


i BAY',


We pay freight or express

charges C

following liquors:.

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in the Whrsky Line
4 full quarts ......... ... ....5 00 *
12 full quarts .... ................12 75

4 f il quarts. ..... . ..
12 f ll qua ts . . . . . .

4 full quarts .. .
6 full quarts . .......
1f fIll quarts........

4 full quats.. .....
6 full quarts.
12 full quarts V

..... 4 20 ."
.. .-. .1 'O 1 0


.".. :....... 2 *

-. .$ 0,,00

We handle everything in the liquor line,'
agents for Pabst Milwaukee and Jung's '*-ee
Whiskies, Gins, Rurs from 1.50 to 5.00 per ga
California Wine from 1.00 -to 2.50 per gal. I
ported Wines of all descriptions.


4 full quarts fine old Rye, cxpess prei 3,20.
4 full bottles Rich Hill, express ,reafd, .$46,(

All goods in plain packages ift' desied. A very
stock of barrel goodT fvom ( .5 to 5.00 per gall-
Full line Of lmlported alld 1)onlestio W1in.

,AII Good s D. Hiivered Fre
I II! IT F o i lt iI LIS T. ..l:







The plat of gro and lying itEast Gainesville, on Franklyn

., now owned by Mr. W. R. Thomas, will be cut into good

;ed residence lots and sold

S 5


The terms are easy, only 25 per cent of the ptilrchase price cash and thli balance in 12 equal month .
payments, with interest at the l te of 8 per cent per a inim This property lies in what is kinown
as Gainesville Heights, on East Fraky t, just a ew East F oanklyn St j l Milittt a w blo Acksadtc y aei nd City
School, and in the best residence section of Gainesville.

free Carriages
Veybody invited to take
vll be entitled to a chance on

Ca f t w-l 1 C Carriages will leave thle Court HiiseL plpiroitlyt at "a it. on th mInIorntilng of
the ride.. OT WILL BE. GIVENA AWAY. Ft.EI t1 the sIe aud everyone whl attels18
it free of charge whether or not they bid or buy. This sat Tl o w l to whi,. poid only.

Sale conducted byThe national Realty iprovment Compauy, Joy e H. Phillip, President.

For further particulars s H. B.IlLIPS, neral Manager, Brown iiHous, Galnevill


Bitten by Mad. Dg

use of Carrie Ander-
Man Was Suddenly
t by Mad Brute, and Was
itters Despite Resistance.
I.ter ones, an aged colored mania
hidingg with his 'i nuiti in the. IBen-
ri.ngtpn neighborhood, has sufflTered a
Frible death eIm the result of hydro-
hiobia, h'aviiv en bitten by a, dog
tboutli lhre w~'' ago.
,'Ther man, Wo '01m for more than a
qprteri e ton tiUry been. an hioneit
id iiid'ltriOs .itizen of the Ben
oip sqIlean, came to oGainesville
B*eekly ,radidng visit
b^iek^oigo. While passing
t lpf Or*e Andefson, fin the
itern tioh of the city, the.
aa ,in .t)o open street,,
iuddoaly at the man ) throat,
ril itrugglt nosuid. Not-
i an Jonesi efforts to protect
e 4odg, which was 'a ve r vi
if tnaged to' sink its t'titltI
i'eye of'the man.' Nothing
ttoi ft at the time, but to
| t y casualty Joines went
oof Dr,. Ayer and had the
tileof salve with instrue-
yit regular int rVals.
Safer returninio hisl
id0 began to )f ,ltes and
victim coasiderabL trou.l
t developed into a case off
rophobla, and notwith-
: phbtisolan rendered4 all
f ad aid, the unfortiu-
a painful death, froth-
tb and nostrils the same
-. rthe home of the Anu-
a : ela arch of the dog,
Jq.iformd.thiat, it had
r th attending phy il
IwSd mnaediint for a
*'but *tatl that this

d. ,

Harris' Famous Circus Will Play in
Gainesville Saturday, March M5.
D. Mcintyre, general agent of the
celebrated Harris Nickel Plato Shows,
one of.the best one-ring circuses in the Took Shoes, Shirts and Other Ar.
United ,tatcs, was. billing the city titleS of Clothing.
Monday for his show, which will ap- ..
^^^,'i, u for two perform.
a.cSaturday for two rfor- SELECTED THE SIZES DESIRED
The Harris show WttIjot, come to
OGaiesvillo as a stranger, ha thyp- Burglars Gained Entrance by Climbing
peared here several times before. It .Board to a Second Story Window
enjoys the reputation of being a Oleali, and Descending by Interior Stairway
up-to-date show, stand will no ldoiubt dI to the Room Below.
a good hiainess h iifre. i ,
Mr. McIntyre, with lisa td.vertisi ig Ahot iterviest itindit of r-
car and force of bill posters, departed bery not'i in (itiltcesille for sonwi
Monday night for l ronsoii. T'lii shnow tine was t.hat Ientcomitied ii the stores
has a number' of pretty "stands," tid iof l.y1. il E d l i t i ti l i riil Sou-
it is proposed to post the tcontly and day ighi.. I
surrounding towels thoroughly. The lt )rllar o(r b rglars were ,vi.
.. .;. ........ delntly older itn years, is i i wa ll lot.'d
Pneumonia More Fatal Than Con- that everythingi tken frani the stori
gumption. .p. were otf buy is' _ii, aboint fourtenoi
It is not generally known that more years( of age. Trhey gained ai entranle
people (lie from pnieuonia tian con- hy clinbig a hoard from th. ground
sumnption. This is boeau.o everyone which lhad141 '111, paced at 0n1 of tlie
young or old is susceptible to its windows on the second lloor, Ilavtg
attack after exposure. J. W. Btryau raised lte wiidow aund ettre I thHe c.
Lowder;Ill:, writes: *My little boy -nd floor, the matter was ay. a
was fery low with pineumtioul. U tianiirway otlith ulterior oiielite theh
known to the doctor we gave him Ii two- two floors. T.''hy videltly madlt an
ley's HonIey and Tar. Th'lith result w attemp t toU get through n A idldow ui
magical and pulzzid th>iod(l'tor, as it t0ie groultnd l1lo. tlirt, as >i pli> immtedihitely stopped tihe racking glass' was shlthtered.
0ough and he quih.kly recovered Th .efuse sibstitutes, lold by J. W. 7 omehlbk Monday morning iby J. WV;
MeColluni & Co. Manghain, a nalesmaIi n i ti eIinploy of
Mr. EIndil., Mr, Manghatmn ioteld thali
U. 8. Warship. Ordered .to Hong Kong, the clothi ng on iveral of thli abhles
i .a ,'l iingt Tiiv ht.-' ueh t ih i wwas in' lisordeir, and an il e tv' nation
I.A 0';, l 4 v. l wth)!ip of itl Arnorl disicloied that four uitiswore initrink.
e;oi 4"t'4 il i< t hll bo lte ,'+te i ordlr'r l Ihese sulits were all 'of ,#10i and
.. Hon KOh n i. lore, lsti w in lie reasluiedan iaggregate vlthu or about
"' tf o Vr Atn. e of tn t. a30H Furtrh(er .l tnw th-stlhowi;d
nor r(1sav1r,, i, It s .!v arded's all proi. h ht'u tllkgat slto d
(lor repiairs i U art r a pr. that the butblu'M had taku'lu 'about a
n3te thfi Aditral Tvan' wtii i5av doenuftdjerhlirts, vilhuid at tiitl
lttl re'u tlli. or th haU ileshlp sqluad efa, four dirs' shirts worth i1 iieah.
ret awi rot llituI hi .lt iHong KK one ivalie Valued t .on,;e .41 r ts
stitlth. ht t i ) i'.. n t Lvh il t I ie t. vlued tt 1 5,two watch lch'a2r>,Whiiwh
.pali' t ot,:tl Slliti+ T',tIF- were iliarkid to sell ,t 1 aahi. two
ps 8uy Amerian .Pork, .. pairsof o iel with an aAggregiLt+l.valtius
o A to S o$7.i60l he fasr this, iN lQiat )isa ls'n
itiistote s. ofp*j.lt5Yq Just ,0plac d4 ,i irdft with -ih 3 iilest.keasr..-
1,. 1 ,bMr' 1 1 1 .. I .1 b Ad r. it ; . i i ',;
,4 ordeio with'Lbs All" Pillag'F '.r,
p* .ltot b,0 btrel 1: ael pork. eOrt r.whlet.hpr l bish.onmpltod ,ll.0e li st.
A., p6 oir' b#r|el,' f the "rl "s
Ths Vrg#rs e aritly wr old
Thay were cool *ough to urst a'
'iktide Prsnted; litlight ad sal lt, the sis t of 4lot0ing,
The startling R, pe*vMntiei o alseide has h"l6 di isl, and trom t Ist big i '.frmthow
red wlil l wat; tuo.rwn. d la4row they ItAtised Ibte a.... a w: it
d d j fb Oki **

etyS Wm, at d uespon qop y a af r *,
.bsen toud ashit willprOke ", Aot
dm* ow *04 as40* U104, 4 1s

*. fi ti. *<
artsl'# ,at~iifl5,

Three Times the
Value of Any Other
One-Third Easier
One-Third Faster

'JI- Il u hI ltly l Meo iviig Mnch1 i ln that d11111
not ftil III m y pittit.
NDtlr Ia let h l ittl nil a Iltll il
uiakliv it thei htIltI6ttt rumaili hg itiiT hiuei
Iu li, h world.
Ag\ ut is waitlted It iluliweeulls d trrlri
Iory. Solid for usirel harm liwd terms,
Wheeler &Wilson Mfg Co.
&Atlta, f ,heorghi

i, rtil, pi1'it.Od.l
Ahstnret of Ti fll lut fuill Ihfrtthiio irriNulsiihrd rIardui)g landsiii n it In
coo 1ty; Our mnaHiagsor hias livd hIn lhiu county thirty ylarsi h d
stoihUroulkhly eoniv

S*E. E. VOYLED, ... :
'isll ii eg iti bter of pr theneit Am rictan aitd KiRlsh6 otipanil<.
*iE Al, F ,I At.'.l AND 01'Y , I

SE stAlhlhd :

11 How QUO

: "'. s. P. is V I "' '
s L trnie. tell steisii ly i oafllnd toh tie Vtrtoss dtalls i astidsatdt the owiw '
ership osf Ilrad, and we hiavie t io privatn r Bpei r ualf' t rlo d" in oounes1on
withlhiat,; .W .ii a a pitily of.l tl irira atlil n of lrabst iaso u 4
rnako sixhtsitsishi isintiR"tOo" of tltM, We ropv t Dto 0 ttjy-4waors'nits l Of.
all matters erltniiti ..Mit thO hsatsmt nt'a id p-iP4 Ia 1 at tax.s and o t ei i ,
dariipth of tut*ndtetl ag f t sales Whnr yot .iT .pr spt sad rlabl sets
vr In .urr liun 4 call o it or Write ti. onao y ..e lati m

LA iPllli
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. ;.Nwom


le, Florida.

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At Now York Priices

We always keep a foil and
S:cbmpllete stock of
Gentlemenns, Boys' and
Children's Clothing, $Shoes and
Furnishing Goods


j 'Lljr' f/ i'' 1 ', 1 l ,' I .;, ,^ i:,'* r 11 + ^ ''-.. :: "



. '.-,---ii'.iiii:uMii ^^

A FEi Patterin
With E~very
$2.00 of Dry Goods

I; i

Grand Display of DRESS GOODs

Our stock of DRESS GODS is ready fr your inspection.
And we extendto you a cordial invitation to call on us and
inspt our stopk before buying. We fel sure tha in our
large stock you will find something to suit you, and e know
"Our Irices -Are Right." LADIES' READY-TO WE&R

J)IIEgg: UO:

We Always Carry a Complete Line. of the Following Goods:


NCT GOth1)i



esented High School With tag.
niflotit Flag Monday.

* OR W..' .WAS


iJtda Dqughters of the Confederacy,
hiTfhderat Vaoteans and, Members
f G, A. Ri Were Thera--An Inter.
*iVtg and impressive Program.
WpstIlgtoin's Hirthday passed off
iy pieIsantly lit (alintvlit aiind In
iiinnetr which miauy will remeenihor
tomfl ttime, 'It wits ma dy p0le ted
Wtiashington Camp No, N, i'atriotic
lr sonsi of Apnerica, to present to
S AinUlvfilld Oraded uind High
i ,61 i magnllfenit ;lilk AnAerioan
It ated l was done with iuch him-
p oatve diemonleii that overyonoe
tart d.pat dmerveO oredit. -
t1oemlbers of tlhe camp as!emnibled
yAilodge rooi at I :80 o'olook uin
thernoon, and at "l ololusk,-ih adt l
i|tnsluvilltv bautd, a march waw
A p:qto the elegant school buildd-
it i *ahbool building thire were; inl
thI Al! the pupil of the inintitu-
i aitvtot four hundred in umber,
bito faoulty, Kirby 8(|tih anmd J.
Ch Oaptors, Ii waited Daughters
Sfco dnfelderay, representatives
I boewall Camp, United Oonfed-
|V iteran, and Post No. 12, Gratd.
.tho ,epiubtlo, together -witit a
((i[ber of enthuliastleo ltleils.,
i, ving att the tooll building
| id toyed a liatriotlo atir, iiueo-
l1Y ftlie' whih the blaunltir of 'lib.
t ratl hi4 by ol.r 8 -trgileatnts
^hI Rd t Stri)alnd, of tlihe
tj4t Oh pi ,tlldren wang the Star
e* Bli, *hul te agg'rega.r

Wf BpltigB i in thet adltoriun was8
a 'Vno Solo-Mrs. I. A.
:fo r.

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toriymn, adid those who attended NATION'8 CAPITAL HAS HOLIDAY.'Or'
Washintgton Camp desirs to express Washington's P.Frewell Addrese Read WV
lts appreelationto the menumbers of the In U, Snate.
OCbfederaoy, both chapterq,, for their Wasliligtaoi, Feb. '.-Wa4shlinton's
s leadldI attendance as bodiea ; also to birthday was gTnerally observed here
tho Oonfoderatu' and Union veteran, toay. ,
aiil others who.* lienddd te oere- Thie farewell address of thU flrst
*. present was reiid In tio aenat, the fuill
WALTER HALL IS GUILTY, federal lod municipal ollffices, wore il
S---- closed and only a few of thli business a full
Verdict of the Jury Against PDefendant. hoonos were open. There were sev- A
Other OCircuit Court New., eral patrlotiq ,elebratlons by the as- sty L
There wis little doing lIn the cliOetrcui oination of. "Ohlieat Inhabitants," the iuiti
court yesterday, 'tho greater part of revolIut.loist.1.' organization. '.
tho day being takduti up ii the case of At Alexandrla, q miles south of here,
the State vs. ..Walter Hall, selling on the VirglnlA side of the Potomac O
liquor in a dry county. river, where George Washington was CI
Among other cases brought to the familiar figure during most of his
trial of the court were the following,, caroor, celobrlatotl the day with an
-Statle Vs. John Sulttol, obtlihng elaboato military and civic parade.
ononiey under falme tpretentses. A ppeal H-. : hun
case, Apipeal dismissed, th.i" judg- Established in 1881. XX
1iiLt1t of the lower court and tUih costs A Gold
of this cotirt, having been paid by the l K o
appullt hh Olet, J WLew
tat v.S G. Crter, selling liquorA Cor
In a dry county. Defendant called but .lGin In
did not an.swr, when bond was e S- c
treated and thie ease was transferred 15e;
to the absentee docket. char
There were several other case's of Go
little iuOilMor~aice ,dil 6 Ospsed of, beliiog
from th e ovi dtket.
lt the.tase of 'the State 'vs. Walter
Haltt, liquor hi ti 'dr..LoUenti.y,
e ti adfen elfant was arnlrail ed i id
pleaded nrot guilty. Their try.- wa
nallld aandi sorn, ad tie iase pro.
e0o itit i alleant tihe arg llidut, of to li .
s!, thieju~ry ret.iinted with a ve'ik oGf o
No fl irthltr.businesis, tiOe ,o irt ad(.- '
joiur ted until 9 o'clock Wednesday.

(iGuarantet'd 8 years old. ib the
While routee to Arizona From the g9i#lhi $3,t,. 4 full quartsi 3.60.
State of .eorah; i. EXPREKSS PIEAID 5 .1
iKalansa Cityi, Feb1. 2.--La,.renzoi,' 4. j.)IV EMAN1 V ItE
CroisbyT, said it be a eldet :i. the tinitee 6 year nid. i the, while etouitei frbl .gallo .2, 4 full quarts $800.
*!here wt had be at ste-' EXPRESS PREPAID
ntit o -Gllj,tt to lbrook,, Ai'i,. shot and. ANVIL IVE: .
salally Wounded hi self in bertit: it tituaramite'd 4 ean Old, hy ihe
s Piuihianihdeeper between Chicago ga ilo f0a. (fllquarts .76, .
ad Alton; .11., today. .t was brought,. EXIrE0.1 REPA w
to Kias .citty uitd placed ito t ihe LIFtVi ItT ..
City hosptli, whete It is said, he can I y the gallol #.21.0 4 fulul quats
sot l hive loger 8 t 4tan 24 lhour . ,. So 'XPiE4 f uIPAID.
ultl l.t03., Urooby was stationed at O1I1D KETUCKV "ORN .
icnoal, V., 4 wdas a %uemIIbr e Ouaf- atee r old Bthe
the "loln i 'ta t8eY of i. ti Ot@ r- ralion 3. 4twit .qu ii .: .
Ltu U h 6 Later he was traPA" gXPRtSi REPitw P
e to Atlantg, whe ihe his lived O 0D PO1TER A (Ai d CLUB
when brotight to ,il ,s hity, itl gallon$2. b ) 1.A149l 'L7I
poIIket wire rfotu two letttars 040 "r .. i
sloped' l0io tlrM s a tt"iin a se band alur l. $a .
I*5 il '4004r Aul i tr tie i is's i ,,A ii e wf

(3erYo ... '
hiskes(r:m !!!

i u Oiii't 1 s 0|)l Queen Rye ............. 75
I tlli its Old C0row h Itye........ ......:, Ha
iluim'tmu Pr'ld of N. (3, orn Ni.. ...20.. 1 1'riWi of Ne C. Cori No,
11 .goods ptieked in. neIiiox, ease
e. I want yontr holiJty business
will treat yen r.itlit~'id me yOtir
rfrQlftlirchHH'iLithiptniiit t.
* 'InOM M. itY, Palatkn. Fla,

Palaka, Fla. la.

ter Rye XXX .............. $1 50
X eda.. ........ . ... . 2
l.Mdl, ....... ............ 50
BakerAl..................4 8 50
i '66 ....... . ...... 5 00
Vi ike: ........... 1 50 to 00
. 1. 10 to 400
so Goods at lowest prices. Extra
ge for jogs': k-gAl., 0c ; 1-gal-,
A2,RlL, 25c, WVe will allow price
ged oir jugn returned to 6tn.
odid boxed if dit'ied. t-. '.-w'mn
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osy 10 Wear,
A4is(Qt lo prsrt ip .
w 904t Hv; l. l acovt
ierail Io 'edwrps,
wM eatrb, I N. sovex vs.
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where you can ohitaln u'ro;iitly the i(
in turtles otf ltklhu nbor anelit rldeAWs i
SItn reeth or al. Whcixi n eelilira th i in tan,
Lumber 1110 you a will itni it o your literettl '
ditle arnd look over oulr lhe Gainesville Planing and CoMfll u*,s,
T l'r eh ol ne Nol. l "~e - --- .'- 1

Wholesale and Retail '

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Four full ituart old Mtuogram Vwhs. 'A r.
.Icey.exres. tireitd, for.Y; ,,; q-T
FWour.full quart s ld Mryelund iye t
W) ltskey, express prepald .. ..,' .
Four hIotleu* O9aseade Tentesee ft
S. our Mlnt. express preptidn.,.. d T
IEA. ,oN PRICE : S. ;
10 Bay Jacksonville,

Surveyor and Notary Pub5P
'ieva vP ra a pihtity)-
- Offe," at- liReidenti, 8'O Y'(it b tt
streeL K-, P. 0. ox 314. 1. : otl

A I + 'RN "AT LA ,.
QAtwsnis* D"IA DM
Sban: sell iyour city *property a
proved and animniprpB!d),,phIBsilt
ruekalAg and fanr ilansidM.ta
a list ofwhrtyu 9 forsa"






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enthusiastic Meeting Aed in
S Delegate Wagn r, Who' Represented'
the GQln*ilHle. and High Springs
'.tricts at Wili"ngton, Wase Present
W~i,,: ^' and Madci a fStlrrili Talk.:,
re In eomianoe with tlhe call of
UresidentW.ilson of, *yilnlmtoni, N.
C., president of the' Railway Tracky
Foremen of America, a meeting of
Gainesvilleo No. 205. Railway
Traci F'ormen of Armerica, convened
Sin. this city Sunday afternoon.
There were this meeting,
whielh "was presided over by Vice-
President E, M. Newborn', twenty
einbers.of. the union.
The meeting was calledd for the pur-
pose of taking steps towards the relief
of striking trackmen on the Atlantic
Coast Line,-but a canvass of the situa-
tion brought out the fact that there
was no aseisthane zioded. The track-
men are in good condition, and the
majority of them are enabled to sub-
slis for many miondths without a lick of
R. K. Wagnner of the High Springs
yard, a prominent member of the
Brotherhood of Trackmen, was at the
meet ing. Mr.'Wagier was a delegate
from the High Sprlngs and (Gainesville
distrit't tohle ineeting recently lhel. in
Vilimington Ie. tne ade a, .good, talk,
which 'was very 'ehoouraging, 8Binday.
IHe told his' colleagues that matters
were 'ruinilng sanoothly, that thestrik-'
Srig .tac i ine, Were determined, and
were bond to win. le stated for the
information of those present that.
Siety -five per, cent of the strikers
era.'F and rro.osed to remain out.
1t'heir diemahd were (omplied
h. iHe stated on oie five-huiindred
e "stretch" on the Atlantic Coast
e system il (ieorgia, only two men
e at wo, t.eMid that these were not.
tore was considerable entikusiasmn
ifested ait this meeting, and a.
V many warm spetc hes upholding
6tions of the men wereinade.
o section ao work oni
On trope'
i'ortlng' filling theI places of Section
Foremen E,. M, and WV. C. Nowbern,
While Her MotherWas Laying a Corpse
in Florida, Mrs. Colson Dies;
A'sad co-incident has just transpired
in thedeath of Mrs, L. 1\. (olsoi, of
m':>iohellhan, Ua. formierlyof Wo.rt hiii,-
ton Springs.
While Mrs. 0. Kennedy, mother
of Mrs. Colson, was laying a corpse at,
her liomnie ear Worthington Springs,
a dtd while her remains were surroundl-
v c y loving relative bowed in griof,
1th1 saieage came that Mrs. Colson
I ha stseas'4d away Saturday morning at
b rgria home. The, blow was
l rally a sad one, and was received
Ih .greit grief un4er the circut1-
aces, "
ecated was well known ii this see-
; She was a sister ofMrs'.i. A.
errston of this Aity, who was with
ceased mother at Worthingt'.in
aoe sad news of the second death
fmiwral of Mrs, Colson was held'
tle residence of the deceased in
rman uiitday. ." i
Sun. extends to Mlr .Rsbe.rtton
slturviving relatives sincere .syni-

S tes1 .Interestiigly of Cuba and
'aeBright Prospects There.
..*^ er redlvei in this city front
), *..Aidriw ,w ho is now itn Cu-
t | stains the. oiiot .ricolirafitignde.
i of' that i.iland iii the fertid-
*csoil. e t'ie.tthat n rthre is "

otd i dr tropical plant.
ther:, id that OtC Is.a
c . for the young tan Or aRh-
dires to "ieray" Thr tthe
at their lif
A.-itorr Ago' be' wep0t withlia plartyof

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After Short Servic at Mrs.iEasterliin's
Horme Bojy on Tran.
"'The funeral of t. Mrs.' '. Jetfords,
mother of Mrs. M. A. easterlin, the
si d death of whom ocot.rred at the
hioieoof he' daughter Saturday event,
ing, was held, in High SpringS A2 4
0o'coek .unday.afternoon, the rinstn
having left Goineaville it l'2il5.t0 oeoli .k
There was a hort funeral seviot at
the hpme of Mrs, Easterlin, 207 iWest
Orange Atreet,' at 10 'o0lock 'n the
morintg. ".This servTict ws '16 d'iilnted
by Iev. WV. J. Carpenter of Kava-
naugl Methodist OChurh, and:was at-
tended by a number of friends of the
deceased, as a last emanir' of respect.
and esteem.
Accompanying the remainii to Hifgh
Springs were Undeqrtaker Robt. lMc-
Clellan, Mr. II. (1. Jeffords, the
husband, Olaud Jeffords, a son,i
Miss Callie Easterlin, niece, and ,Mrs,
Hanberry of Ioigih pringsi, a daughter
who was at the bedside when death re-
lieved the sulerer.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there isa at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to ctre in all its stages, and
that is.catarrh. Hall's. Catarrh Cure
is the only positive outre now known .to
the tmelical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ing a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional threat ioe n, Hall's Ca-.
'tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon thl blood and mucitious'
surfaces of ite system, thereby de-
stroy ig the' founidation.of the disease,
and .giving the patient strength by
,building. up the constatitution and assit-
ing nature in, doiug its work. The
proprietors have so muel faith .i I1ts
corative powers thatthe' offer One
Hu nd red. Dllara for ati case that i t
fails to cure. Beoid for" list o teati.
Address F.J. CHrv it Co.., Toledor
Sold by all druggists, 75t.
Take lHall's family Pills for constI-
pation, .
Progressive Citizen of Town Says
Things Are Humming.
,. E Fth A member of achua, inber of
theJ F. Futch Coolipany, extensive,
inerchants, returned to his business
'Tueday, after a brief visit to his faii-
ily in this city,
Mr. Futch States ]that Alitchni is
7 (1 TM ht along, ail tlhait thel!
iin rehlinis a% l eiij:y itj ,t g(o
trai(le, aild as a i) IhtH B cOois(qiIh .iC
are happy.
The country around AllaehMi is a( i lst
prospering. 'Tlh pltiiiti's ire txticnd-
ing their.ftitroi, freeing tl claharing
new gruiindl, etc.- Nearly ai tjosiuid
acr's iof licw hilnd will be .piliiteld tihe
(Mitiiing +'aso'i itld(l ,it pro p ctsll its u
thai'it thn ii'ttoli lcrolagi will lie ,ol-1
sidrahly inuriaed.
Read This,
'Martiti, Teitn.., .J ne 5, .u i
-JDr. E V. Hall, St. Souis, Mo.--My
Iotar Sir: I take pleasure in laying,
thlt. lhiive io 'se your (ireat lticovory
with intich lbenoit, having liilli,'rd fit.i
veirs .wiLh kidney .troitil e, til ri olst.
heartily rio(imrntilid it to aill sliffrera
froin kidney dd seAi,.
.ltlcit tfiily,
J; W ,'l.(0WltA NCI,
M hnible, of tLi Meittphi inAli'il fal
Coiifit'r<>tcA, 'a. I. Cli rhi eoi Siiti.
A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of tth ''e.Xas Won-
detr, hall's ireat Disdovery; cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabUete, seniai etl i-
sions. weak and lame backs4 rlheuna-
tisan and all irreftilaritlces of tlte kidM
neys and bladder in both .mui aind
women, regniates bladder troubled inn
child ren. If iipt sold by yoer druljAt,
will be 'ent by ma ri n rted' ptA.' l*
Siie small bottle ie two mithi ist
mont and seldom falls to perfieet a
cure. Dr., Ernest W. lullt, soler mann-.
faetrer, P 0, boei a1, St. Ltoici Me,
Siad for testImonlials. Sold by ll
druggist.. .
Fbr Le'rtahlvye Honiors.. "
aldwin .if .Mloeit;, was 'in'
li. city thireolgh Moairjiy. Mr. JitJ.l
wi #tvitn ta d to. li' N'w .lI'i t lie hid

been Iikingk i' ;rtiusly of tibecoming A
'andidate for thsy Leglilatrebuttht
he had not yet msdia up hil mild filly
Mr. a i Is tht, p'reltii mayor of
Meleise Owln, : where he t ",( tld ,sor:
twelt ya.-l"hi' iik i ;e : s'k ,

i: i o*tha io er dl lee d cle
its tl o ti gegdtse, rn bettxov'::'^^



IF IEY ARE WAK- You are in conStan danger of P
nmonia or Consumption which can be prevented by FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR if taken in time.
IF THEY ARE INFLAMED- You already have the first symp'
toms of lung trouble that may prove fatal and you should not delay
taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It cures all inflammatory con-
ditions of the respiratory organs.
IF THEY ARE OBSTRUCTED-It i dangerous to use harsh
expectorants which strain and weaken the lungs. FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR soothes and strengthens and enables the tubes to bi.
naturally cleared.


gives the greatest comfort' and relief in advanced
and neyer fails to cure, incipient? Consumption.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
Pneumonia and Grippe. It stops the Cough and

Goo That You :0et 'O
Honey a.nd Tar

J. N. Patterson, night policeman of
Nashua, ta., writes;-" Last winter I
had a bad cold on miy lungs and tried
at least a half dozen advertised cough
medicines and had treatmnent-troin two
physicians without getting any henefit.
A' friend recommended FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR and two thirds of
abottle cured me. I consider It the
greatest cough and lung remedy In
the world,"

256, 500, $1.00



Big Auction Sale,
AMs Will h il f ii atl'l i ,ll tirll'r(ill'it
ih wh r' i t 'i p p r, i 11 iaI (if
ground fttDnt'tmil in i m (litinii llj,.
ton l'raniklyn Stiret, niiw ii ,oyi Mayor W., 1. Th.'liniia', ill bhi divili' l
,ntio lin iitul tmlil at plii o tii l itil h n l
TnesdIy, r Mlirch r I
Ti)is sa|le w ii) e li toe i t dil by 11; :1,
I'iil lipis, gite ral nitinig, ,if tlt' "Nir
tiniial R ealpty ,,itvi)e C u!, 1 lari y
of lit rlin wirw'k,tIa, whii.-hats iaii t gl realt 1
sUCeeCi throtighbllo tti ii lth iii thiit
an td iil l. i'f f ii y: itti.t aiwii iprtOIi rty.
Th(i tfrorti will) bem on1 y i(ltly 91i lier.
('Oii.t li'iiik' pityihble iat, tOi 0 ti ~o i i.rl-t
iliai., One' vithiilibl.e. it will hit -ivli
away. .
Il"or partliti are -eer the aiS'< rthl i.
ti oif andiil f rth r iahlr i fr aia l k i it1-.
,ir'd i Mr. Pti lip4 vlit i toltppingi t t
the .t wtf I Iii i : ghtil' fur-
nish am~li
Erd of Bitter Fight.,
F ''wr i pb ihty f i ..hid x l'iig '1 it o
itt bb'rifi"llhi'ht with a1 ibte*'s i ii9 iy
rightt l JFh,"l'..'riti. >s ,' ti li" II o * of
I v ryl. ty h fort.tiiiyttti t 'nAl "., 'i oiix ., I',
A 1 s.'t ir't ir i l...' Ktilghi
ti'nl<(lt. r''.ti .wvic -aiis ."'-'r 'r k in 'g :
was orjn rri' ' 1 fi w lays, .* ,Ne !.i

ilnd he1i W troubles, iig tiii d.:(id : )y'.a
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stages of lung trouble
Contains no opiates,
Bronchitis, Asthma,
prevents Pneumonia,




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11 1 of uera tereSt Oatih-
?04 by Our ep rter, :,


at HW s Happned and What i. GoIng
'toiAppen Told in Short Paragraphs

yater ,. t
i ti^ ':-of Alabhua visited hiis
,Aly .th s eity yeoterda'
x Snuale i efle of 41igh Springs1
visit to friends n thisity,'I d
a l IF, lBowie of Ka-
pp were visitors to sille

.Taylor, rogrspsive farmer
f entrai, was trading r In the city
(on. P. I, laisey' of Wa i81hoota
twas, rltnating bunal ss In .this city
i0, 1.Thomas of Wllleford is in the
alty. lie made The Sun: an agreeable
iK all ttrdoy., :' 1
Hot. Theou. Willrd of Wade was in
the o.ty yoi tordayand'made The S1un
an l gr:eable call, ', .
ir, and Mrs, Waltter. Hall of Mioa.
nopy were among 't.he visitors to
0alhcsville yesterdday
,l action Foreman Oloversettle of tdie
'Gaineivhlo and Gulf Railroad was In
the oIty Suiniday from Micanopy.
Si, o. Ohitty of Mifannpy, one of
the leading business munn of Alaclula
county, was in the city yesterday.
0.0; t. Calming and 'T. E. Elder of
Otter 0reook wore among those regis-
tered at the Brown Hlouse Suday.
B:I. W Walts of Hawthorn and. John
Q, lievillo of Arredondo wore among
the visitors to 0ainesvllel yesterday;.
T. L.1' Brown of High Sprilngs and 8,
I' tox of Bland are in the olty. They
Smatde TheSn 8tnan agreeable call.yes~-
teor ay ; '... ; ..
:.Deputy Sheriff J:,'.Lee Stoklip of
6 Mta Ianropy was among' the viastors' to
Gai"tesvilVle yesterday'y. having' b.,een
summloned on. bulsinets. ,
tackle U at Any pliae near Laorobss.,
on Feb.4th, Ittle' bay ma, ll four
:et, wlhte,'1laavy n mane. fore top out,
o"' Js; .: ainiy, Atlais',,la.t. dawlt.
'Ro|biu lioiden Of ,iligh'Sprinos, a,
ltse eiploy of 'the 'noohain ical do.I
pattnoiit of the Atlantia Coast Line,
~'nfiotg. tInm visitors to (Gainevillet

After ibrluf butp ideasotnit, to
hsa^.^ nslly I thia city',' .M. Me(ar-
p olhs m 8r ofh, the Edwardis lnter,
tt' Q'il ,".returned to that 'ilty

J.'9, lls t, t he Studntm book ke e er

Archeri, a atog visitors to this
4 ~tty SanayA Msaiajipenit he day with
his atili.r
i si the it sal m psole vi.1in ,
l a^atile y$4d4 wee ayor

rex, YrIayeveniang al otnia was giv en,
fi honoqof his eIIe t assistant, iss
Ada Darnpler, 07,ho i.s qsl' popular
among both patrons andg pupils. The
evening was passedJ i a most elnjoy-
able manner, the program comprising
vocal and instrurnertal tuiio. Re-
rehents were served,
0ait. H. Willard anpoaiines himr,
self I today's un a t en t for
sheriff of Alaehs coaiety m'e served
the people of Madli:un county years
ago as ilherlff arnd prqveqd a most ef-.
fiCient officer, Duing thle last session
of the Legislatur, he served as a ojem-
her of that bo6y ftom Alaphua county
andwasan able representative, ,He
is one of tie best vpo n; ren in the
pouty and9o is'hvery way quallflcd to
fill tihe l ,le, to whiih hie aspirei.

I'. Nto.p ch of Willoston was trading
In thect ty yesterday.. .. .
W.'T glish on f .Jiahomf a wa{S .trad-
Ing in the cty yesterday.
I. 1). Bass of High Springs was a
visit to Gaineville yesterdayy.
T, ',Pic'Pke tt ithe lumber manufac.
turer of Niwberry,:yfs in the city yes,
te'rday,',"'" ' -
Deputy Shetiff I.'' Perry of 'Ro,
lihelle was attending court in this city
.y slterday'.:': .'
Mr. and Mrs., V. J. Herlong o'f*Bel.
laiiiy were among the visitors t0 this:
oity. y yesterday,
J.1 W. Carter, a prominent citizen of
Micanopy, was transact:ing ;business in
this city yesterday. *
W. M. Ross, the phosphate operator'
of fiines, was traneoatilng bu!ilness in
this olty yesterday.
After a brief visit to relatives ijnthis
city, Thos. Hodgpon of Williston re,
turpjd to his homeoyestesday.
A full line of coftin just reoe.ivd.
Ira J. Carter, JudsoO,. Fla.. Orders
promptly filled, w-8m to5-19
W. S. Bradloy of Wacahoota, one of
the loadtig. planters 'of that section,
was in th1 city on business yesterday.
F.' Ii ason of LaCrosse was in the
city y st.erday and made The Sun an
agreedble call, renewing his subscrip-'
After a brief visit to this city, Mr.
and Mrs. IVtJ. Hodge and son, Maxey,
of Alaohua returned to their home
yesterday, . .
,'. J.1 IiaMmond, tile clever and sue-'
cousfil inmorehant of Hfawthorn, was,
among tlhe busiess veliltoers to this
clity yesterday, .
Deputy Sheriff F;. S. Opri of Aroher'
was. pmniB. the visitors tr the city yes,
terday, having been sumtnioned on of.
Iliais busieMss .
,Among their prominent people of the
Jon0svi'0 dist'iled t twho vllted( 4aines-
vIlle yesterday were ltr. and Mrs. L.
, ltr~be Iand asons, Frasier alnd Fred,
F. Marlont lata y of Waoihoota..
one of the ,most w ldely known ftnd
most inlluehitia residents :of that iseo
ton, was tradtig in the city yestirdiyr
Our iron-olad labor contract is (In
great denaniid aong all. employers of
aor. Prtoe So. clh for less thah 0,
or per 10,' 'Sond .6sh with order,
AdAdres :t.he u8 n, GO i nrh' ll4e,0 F4 a. 1 t
Captab8n S CX Mea of Maintoish,
one, of the olds and milt ~wid.ely
kinowt iktideaitsf of tht.m tii w.

Yesterday, '
Mra O w, .. 'h0ow of Flenlaigtot4 was lu
the city fot, a few: houts yester-
asly. She' laW en route hoie. frola
High Sprintfg .:.her 'ahe baien. o. a
visit to frtelptd.

clever and eMalent enmssoves of the

pel+ng th salutet, was darile4O0ut0

W Aldwin of Melrose, oi. of
th0 pr gresivte citizens 'of that town,
was among the visitors to this city' yes-
tarday'. e'. made The Sun a agree-
blie call. If we are to'take the word.
of The Palatka News, which is usually'
aoe urate, it will be seen ,by a. credit
elsewhere tha 4Mr. Baldwin, who is a
resident of the "Pautfnia county cor-
ner," ioontemplates seriously of run-
ning for the Legislature from that
county, He is a good man, and his
election to that importan"tand responsai
ble -position would: no doubt be a
wise one. ' ..
From Thursdcaf's Dail, Suit:
$ump VBlanton of Wade is in the
E.I, MOsborne of Wade is attending
court. ,
Deputy Sheriff Wynn of Newberry Is.
in the city,
Simnotonn's Wonderful Salve for
sale by J. W.McCollumi & Co.
,J Jackson of Archer was trans-
acting business' in "this ity yester,'
U. M, Ohitty returned yesterday'
front a brief visittorelatives at Mliia-
W.m R. Bker, a merchant of .MeTn"
tosh, westransacting business In this
city yoet ; :rd y;.' : . .
C'. W. Wells of Alaehua was among
those who favored Gaidrsville with a
visit yesterday '
Atinong the prominent West End
folks visiting the county capital is M.
M. May of Wade.
I., F. Mtatthews and his interesting
young sofi 'itcooma were among the
visitors to thts city yesterday.
)Dr, J F., MeKinstry was called on a
professional visit to Rochello yester-
day, Mr.A M. L. Moore being indis-
J. M. Vanlandinghain of Monteoiha
was in the city yesterday. Hei called
at The Sun office and renewed his sub-
Master Mechanlo El.. .Smith of the
Atlantic Coast Line, with headquarters
athlighSprings, was avisitor to this
city yesterday.
E K. Anderson, a progressive young
merchans and italines man of Highi
Springs; was transacting business in
this ecty yesterday.
For Sale or' Rent-Two-story 8-room
house, 402 North Pleasant street. Ap-.
ply 0, W. Moyers, city, orJ.J.J. Mixson,
Williston, Fla. 2 I -dawlmi
E. W. Millican, the extensive. naval
stores operator of Waldo, also owner
of tlhe Waido fHoif, was Iranaacting
business in th county capital ye'ster
day i . : '. '
Among the prominent visitors to
this oty yesterday were Mr, and Mrs,
J.1; 11111 and on of 'Santa Fe., They
oame for consultation with Dr. Alder.
man, the dentist,
SJ.. S. icku, 'a 'clever young man of
B eI, 8is in the city. He Is attending.
cou rt, having been summond hiere as
a witness ii .the ease of the State v..s
SimI P. Lewis, murder,
T, M. Shaw ad si1on, Ernest, of
roOker were visitors to (inhe0svHle
yIeste enrotitd upon th6e ver-ioreasing siub.
eriplton to heSn. "*, l. oIe '
oinptished yonsrg id( trtnn Arciir
hs .rrivedi. ihi.s olty oi a miogt, ta

her tried, Misaeoi'glaMitsoa. hes
expects to remain aibot'.two weeks,'
W. '3, 3onet .i' Knapaha,+ miber
of the flram of Veab)'& 'Jpnes. au s-a '
Bfactire of yei1o pin lumber, 1. 1a
the ltly. tite Mes ba suai'u ,o1

,I.P *+okt ,+, .

*. W,0::0.04"y1 i P o
LLMON LIXIIl.has for years
been re-ognised as the lea
larxltive, It acts prom ly but
g Mbay, and o lie om '
tabl ..'does not' gripeie .
proedtdueethe slighted itunpeas.
aneness, It keeps the system
thoroughly oleansed of atll imr
po eurite and insiures perfect
hemalth.F r ale ftdrug stores,
n,000 wer bottle,

WeMozle y s

Lemo On Elixar.e
Made of Lemons.

Fred L. Dorman and Ltamily of Illi.-
nois, who have been for the past few
months conducting a boarding house
at' the corner of East Orange street
and North Oak avenue, having.decided
to return to their Western home, de.
parted yesterday.' This' estimable
family made many friends while here,
and it was with :regret that they bid
them good-bye. It Is tobe hoped they
will decide yet to. return and 'make
theia home in Qalnesvillbe.,
Daniel and G. U, Ohekser, two pros*
perus planters of. the LaCrose se ee
tion, wCere tradiag in the city yeste. r
day, "Unole Dan," as the former is
familiarly known, hag been sollcited
by a great many friends to make the
race for reph snlative, but he > tated
yesterday thait he haj too ilany f1i sfh
to fry" at home, boing very busy with
his crop, hence hIe would decline to
cuter thne race for the reason that he
could not afford to spare the tihe for
a campaign. tHi brother, Joun
Ohesser, is a candidate for : the same
position in Pdtneam county,
Ki by Smith Chapter Pays for Court
House eWindows.,
Editor Stun: 'the t e in your
dafl Iy irfs aa2 fo8tto the effect
that the taxpayers would have to de-
fray expense of replacing the window
panes broken In the court house by the
firing of the cannon on the occasion of
the unveiling of', the monument ,to
the Confederate dead of Alachuai oun-
ty on January 19th, is without founda-
tion ,
At the last meeting of the commis-
sioners a committee from Kirby
Smith Chapter, U. D. 0., went before
that body and asked if it was their
opinion that the window panes
should be replaced by thm. Chapter;.
Being informed in the afl.rmintive, I,
aspresiidet of Kirby Smith Chapter,
mnmeudiatetly g:av itof oril rr for re.
placing the window panes, i :'.quent-
ly the tax payers are leupobn to
pay one pnnhy of the damages. .
I wish to 'ay, however, that only
three members of the Board of County.
Cominlssioners, Cliairan Thomas and
Mess. Bryant. and Dampier, were
present when We appeared *before
themn, and each of them contributed
towards the fund for repairing the
damages. To Jotdge 8. L. .arter,
Sherit FJniell, th6 Baird Hairdwaro
O0mppy anid a few others, a'snd the
aovisd igentlemen,. Kirby "mith
6Ohatii iQdbted for aisiatance in
tfra o orxpn# inourred ttac-

dui.t paint ndwed howaint estate
y defdede- our dear Sotl wen in

the t ,. ,h o '
ody eight of s. & H'. Ma ;aste gr, .
Ma iry Sluy tith Coh pter, i, m. C,

Anbothe.r onvi;ctio fao
Others Troanferrd tl et

te, of Floriday ovE ^lo .i M

Mopdai tqornling at 9 !l
.bus$ pne.
His Hnor ftdge WG col a
coot to order promptly, ,and'4
lowing bsinesa was disposed of
Stateof sIForida vs. $ase. ye',
selling liquor in a dry aonty. e -
fendaut was called, and not anilet,
ing, bond was estreated and "thie i $e
transferred to the absettdoe doke.',
State, of lorida vs. \ '.v8 feF
concealed weapons.' Apppeal se.frsoq
court ofh Jutice G, M. Coliat, t gIa
iefit of lower court reversed,, ,don
motion of the State's attorney ,h
case was nol prossed.
State vs. Isuac Foster, laheenyo D'l
lendant arraigned and pleaded,, aHt
guilty. Jury called id sworntb-
msstion of testimony and ~erdi of:
guilty. '-The defendant was senteiled
to pay $20 and the costs of the. oe4ir
or spend three months in the dcotnty
State vs. Simon Williin9s and 0t:e i

State's attorney.
State. vs. Daln Johnson and 'He'le
Clark, lewd and lAsJvious o b*""r
iiol pressed by nption opf th Staies a
Stat vs. I. Hall, 9gu li or
in a dry county, planedp j'isto
docket, as the defendant i- t0rvilniga
previous term,
'$tate vs. W. A, Waters, 'selling
quor in a dry county, transferred
absentee docket, as defendant is fse
ing'a term under sentence po Unit
States court.
State vs. JpOn Johnson, selling
quor in a dry county; defend
called and did not answer, and b14

4 v1 Red Smit ,'Bardely
domesici animal' (a hog) Defeagiu
arraigned and pleaded guilty. 'Sah
tence of $50 and costs or six months !in
the county jail.
State vis I. V. TChomias, selling It-
quor ina.dry conlity, Defezdaln 'wit
arraigned ad P leaded guliltiy.'
States vs. Edward Johnlson. selling
liquor in a dry county. Defendant ;ra-
raigned and pl1ad not guilty. u, y
called and sworn, testimony andar
guinentof counsel submitted, where-
upon the jury brought in a verdict of
Court adjourned until 8:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning.
ST. E. Owens is Trbstee,.
At a meeting of the creditors of'.3.01
New-ilerry o f lHigh; Sprmings, he;itdi
this city Mondiay afternoon, 1o

Owens was elected trustee of thwe l
tate.. TIe creditors again
Wednesday beforeB. E,," Vo ai
'referee in bankruptcy, whe i',gi
or part of the time w aoccupi
further e'aminna.tion of J, 0,
Sry. Readersof:'The funarei
with the se u r'

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