Gainesville daily sun

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


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


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

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


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ho Assciated Prs that Russia does O : .Y 1oITOTHE V4
not roor:d Korea as beligerei, t an
will ot !do so until there is evidence Big gCotton 8pecuator Spao n
flfl that Kore ls. actively making attioes
mon cause with Japali The comn y Net lR6or IMai'.l 10., 1
mlni catlonal tter roeltrating tlo as- Attf "hu.ol J $oll &
ser('on1 l th i'JRussai .Cons iers it [n. ii I 1 -i-- 1-- ,. l 'if lh i iiir I., .wly .
e cin Pllc itly a tRutral sta ', o actingg i,m1 r Infernal Machine Scetters Deoath ;,, t,," .r "\t
pressure ,by Japan, anl ddoprtvod of; and Destucot io and alitipuii"lofil of the 1ottoI
the Ptwer of froo action, and that Rus- halve btili the euwtitpa o t
R'PORT 814* therefore, caunot regard as valid' CITY 18 ROCKED BY iXPL~OsION ittv wo WrIkl t'o tw~rioal tdaI
any treaty to the b netit of the Jap l. lnoiu lc on tlhe cOWtitoi l ei
rsburg R.B nor the tbrogation of Russian In Liege Belgium Mfjor of Artlltory Is d- The iinnutiwomitt cl
d to Have 4hhtzl the lrssiaan troops eaneou- Killed and Policoman Dlsimortred ) t
miral Togo tor Korean frtes operathig against When the Fiendish Mkchilne Wint e \V gii n.,eA \voti ilo mad
the Russlav ll im le*ltlfr thO intliten'o t 01 Off-r-Countles, WItndoWia Broken. lin11iliou it,, lt 1 aill ilrn.'tO, l.l
- ., m,- JTlpaieso offieei.', who are rclen ig o iini, Mritih 1I -An ioi. t hop them to act against the wishes of ttil ernal chile exploded today outside N tr-ans March i, ,,
nding w*ll rigov.u nmt ih t Ituslan io the lesidetnce of Comnlslttoier of iPof o lm N tlw o r t he -u
S Instructed not httlim as though(A th? ft
ttitude otthey wore troops of a belligerent state ico barunt, wrtki.g the house fa- tt meo s atio
SA di- but to ento tholSves to lacin tally Inuring an artillery officer, Ma- (hl.r of th. 'cLttoll t, HOxtlt
Bu t plain jor ,,ian), erloui4y t
1a41 EiIo- them tender arrest o Pain and woudid ha)f the llil it i
hobp that a dw( en other perm on tOi' fl I h) ti .t
the theory St Petorshurg, March -.- When the mnacino was, discovered S otton, antly t t11 n u olt
a Ml. major .P10p01 was.011,1100.8i 1,lWais t, i k id lit t vIe liO rte.It IIt
;i.uditi the war experts hoer are qn.estti4ontg ea nlnilg the. paceliohi ch tia s tmt to lay whe t
'n e md- tihe f'uth of thie Japaine official re). a f l wll t.the m UWto Bhtly
~I k d stop : I .gI I ilt tSqihthiAii mionemal l, I ia d IthiLifo ex.,
lthe .o porst asking for ltOstanceli how tho. h w tc lr d .. t tonal i ullotiln ,lhked
ht fi tortpido boats of Vie Admitral Togo ploton occw s h in0tlt ttt
ha.$ the cotalander-chhlot of h stand or Paisin lo W blown off dowIn politllyt Woit lI.
doner ad t and ilp shortly aftrward tatlullhet, ow. lty$0 al.
4Tl(e Red stqutioat, could lay ilnos, Wei0gh. A policemann, who its) lost his l a 1, OI
: Lprpp g 4,1 pd .... 'k .t eaIvyAEs bhy Fthe explolout is.I prel'n a R IVE FOR CONTA
to .r t nig in' t boatsi 10 m roo- o .1,4r a iondittou kaureo P.ukble, Who I Und
roadd, 250 t'11h1m1,e s il tho (Ik ouli t' 'iiolld outof 'ltdow I. .w re atf nt hoVUrnmtat
thoem ahuarid how tihe could tiriak (kit t t w mint., o'arnn ,-at
lv Anut 411 84 "u411u tolrdo o ts, which;N .vnr aa. early nothing* intainumable,, and how r thi oe i t .glow to 'thtratil oril)i to i'ntil to wiht
Sa'-nir Ja"paneo.,3 torpedo boat ptie a 'eRs ith o at a ) di0n,

division of .Ja.anese at Ping Yang.
Korea, they could nidt venture to ad-
vice tlil reinforced by two more dl-
vislona, hlch Vwould require another
tpbnthoar aix weeks. The writer con-
ten l toy could not advanc-, more
Sthil mIles a day, owing tp the con-

Prs o tt tilkal, writes:
"i'The stores of lt,)oldierst frozen to
eahli while croassing the liioe Iirvoqi
Wirth. Persatlally, I am corivincld
that their men are .not ,suffemitg ,fIrom
the ,i old.i'. uta. at Intervais4 it feow
r vsts-. provide" waiiruithi nmld r*e)ft h-
n;lmltI, and the -weatkelr fw.ii dilriv-
itu tho'6s In sleigbhs well Wriipplid Intt
furs. Others : niarchl the di.ii,atice.
-0i Vers ls altiiit 2(6 lillos) (comforlt,-
; ll)v In a dlay and -are glad of tin op.
.p ,,rtilty to stretch tihtiir lidl)s oaf
1, t:r he railroad joiluri-y. T'ill huls
alr provldtd with bells, which ar
rnt:ilg during snow.torms t anid laiiterns
l hungg oni telegraph polks show the way
at lght l the ice trailroaId (on)il'yitng
S til baggage cars *whllti ar (rtI Awn lby

.rkie ice-lreakerts are gefling ready
to hiwegin operations at ttio end olf

st P'et tburg, Marc l8I-1stl5
Sp rn, Adithlia Stalilolburg, wliho, ot
-' 0-di,,nt ol6f, lllteti l.tirnled 'over. thu,
;, 0 nacdiiii -h' O[' ^!e 'Vl adivoetook uitUadlot(
r.t ('t'11tptal!l (leltzenastelin, has arrvled
i, St. '!to ht.- I0o1 .gi ve.s an o.ntire-
,y : i,. ffe.rfet, ,erlsion- of n-ume.o f the
fb p(iris, lahaitintg froa.m Japanese
"soti'reoa, regardtlli the eventI htelore
;l'e 1ft. Th e cttise .oi bile- siiiadroa
F-',.pi. tu to Felb Il.i In Japamnee watete.
".wt niade: by order of Alhniiral Stark,i
fmr is efteot upon th po iiluttOi or
.-nnti. orUt Jeit Arnrairs StAckel.
',u-r* denile'thattbe l-firid upon, JAPi4-
.- e'e nerclnttitOin ln $tiingarl stritlta.
;")sh says tbsiips were a'ieptured and
O iawhie ttempting. t convoy thi-
to iiRo a torrfltc lli;lard pitrang ip
And not wishIng to endiinger the Itilas
tns cruinter, after' takingnl off, the
erew and pa.OWgeta from the mer-'
tmae one.of of the ti'jter, loaded,
toitrabft riCe, w r .unk. Tho
$'r, whtch wa worthless atritH

thies U thry of tl gprtesenic a0

4 ot & thiio44tt wleb

.'a *d tl

-USiil ( iliitltng .eapatity If I stea tii-
P1ti0 ou itihoadil hirt, and tile tiuislait
hoata got atway.

Odessa, MIarct i-9,-A l3timarian girl,
naiiied Zorkla Illlioea, wiho tfughtit a-n i
was woutid.ed in tihe ranlks, of the Mac-
edionian (>i85tt'rgenits, hasll arriv(Lld t er'
land vOultlteerbd for service itn Man.r
churia. She womis tmasctillne atitre,
is au expert horse woman and handlodh
rifle andi sword. h'lo girl saw (.tsl-
eral Kaulbas, tlhe ouiniandor in chiet
lhlt, Wt-lu4 pronimled to ltiol'i r tiu'.r asp-
pille tionl. She brought will their &
fUll "tpin lgil iim"llAtll.


Drank Carbolic Acid and Was Dead
When Found.
(t i nlliat]i, March" 19. -,-It hIas l een
asertalnedi that Sainmutl Napoleon Col.
Itns, who was found dead flti car-
bmile aeldt. itlf-adlutnlsterod, at tihe
-Martin hot1(l In this city yesttiprday,,
where hlie regtiteroetl as from Ciharlo
City., Iowa, hIans horne the name )of
llarry M. lutdson, for ytarn; and that
his wife lives it 3032" southh Park av-
epne, Cheiago. lls father waa a
pioneer nmerhant of Cincinnati Aidl
Co(llns (ir ro lacling Qincinrti, called,
on a Mr. 8inlth, Jr,t surveyiw pf. cilS-
uimisg, who was Ii soshoolmato oif, hi
- In the city minith says Collin icd
np .tel.l htm of hj It iasafiiod imiim of
I ,iiudso. anad ga.veo B.intImittlon of lil
Stilctcidal Ititnitlon when tleby !ihcfhed
togetller th o 4 'f before bilg. death.,


- Chiago Fibe Fightats injured by a
Failing Roof*
(ChieaKo,' lrchitt. 1.--BSix' t irmeu
-bave ben badly 'Injiurte. in a fi re of
itp-'pOtfnl ienid9ISry- orlligh. witi
burned theOl, 0, ilftden lt ioel tofbui14-
tiag at Loontia, ai:nd Thirtyfirst isreet,
Ote rtann miay1 oti recover, All the
i hra4d te na. were onI thi.iirde loort
ot the bnttitiln i' ructure wImS the:
Ioof fell in ;ti them,.
'The fire started ion the thirdt' le
'and: by the tine, the .lirut e44ltiW ar-
rtved tth.atlroe apper *part of .:tl

iiIe ',it iiames were ciianed' thlie
bipet ld A rg -

D *40 d0 matio by wMar,

The Ist St iettaatt.

m'a Wi$s04 "0'v A 4r,..
^ititt.^ .. -


Irlshman Desires t6 Contest Again for,
Amertica'i Cup.
Ntf 'York, March )., ---Tle Now
York Yieii Cti.l) hits repil, d to the
lt t('r of Bit Thomas l.ipton, Inl whilh
rte Irlt0i tiilUlbrtobit asks it the chth
would ,eceat it t challenge tfi a rtWo
for thu Anierieisa's c1 unidoti time Iow
ruitl of itteasuireltit of tlt! Olubh This
l-tter was ucivettvd early In J.aiulaiy
antd atliknowlodg td, luit it was not
deinid of'ib lth'itlinit Imiportaice ,ito call
t spectlal ti i'tlng of the 0cli)1 for Ita
Ceo'siithi.diinton, iSi o1 otlalblugK could
tbe i el ptii l filt a flatice t y3i-ar,
The hItlet was read (th ien to t ihmters
at liu a niiiiiil iIn tllig' -F'ob, t aIlIn ir .
Sorrci(d to it i' q lal I.o u)iitte1 wit h
- pow(h hi' )l i anwll r f'orf the: cluiib, '
- '.it Thbl ti r liiet(o0,n in n. niig it thei
ch0l1 wout ld (ef ,t, 1 h iiutgll i -g i.tlt lr
the iw -. ruhl. lrfirtltf nlly iistolld the,
(*tuli to bnr th ivlibin;u ('irtit llu ot) |
anuid Iolilutlilta fr.i1n il ati-.ftiBpat.Ilg ii i
fitui're i t'II ir thi CAI'thil ih 1n 1 nsc 114 -Afi riders, 10 he
cs t Hie ',i'.lii.I, rIli'|s of Ih' e lub
llilit the draugltti of any I-lat to 19
fltut, iii itl te, s eii!.lhteo iiu-i 10 feot,.

it .s unit)(rstood (t i utarnitteum
pointt ou t, a that 'le th.o '-fl .l ift ,rto
i't4 a t'it-icthe p tiii 'll fY' m ezene
aonle aethit cluh and itLs ,iltlt iglott
comillt W t il o, ind rfitnotthi
that tAti )ekw York Yachti ( il: redolgt
nizes. Ifif a thallt'fngllr in Ar-,iV4 trni
sortie ya ht clunb et(igtu4 (ir a rac.e
under ertlhft condjtjloiiu tie-ri th qtat.
or tr liii eh.-caildvroi biy tihlo N0w
!,York. Ya, it .Clube : iid, ,(i (' dutt.l4 tB
actlo twtta, t n. 1..1.

Fought -Duel bte Neither wound d i
Ne-w Y:ri )iareli ) :e Noriat
I VilInuw.i, Fitl. e,, itui -i' asatir
for thIl.e Cty, Ana4l.r.- hitMioii "awie, fti
hliM y :Argenttio ionlu, Iter qiirtirrolo,

h eier thote ,ileAtl l, sy. lat ia-
platediltO ifrOi-i. i otm Aya *l 4w.er41
shot. is'fl be .4 Att red sthi ma wles

AA. i- 'WhislMlr fuh -To *Pwswt
*or th ts i' 14o :. ie ian of #bioa
Sore-thS 4 ,I1-bt ,* (if

hb m ~of t ijiit lor, forty 0 I


ds Opei-

i. suspend
o., the
.:liniel J.

l Markt&
il lspecil.

limango tou
0o utt thit
,hI privc

is to the
hat they

Thl An.
oi Silly
iln on tho.

I. Thrtol
e i~nl p l> !

if teC tho
over the(
oil to ltt

)01U Nation asp
W$,. .Ai4 Jap,


Watr experts at St. Pteo
Ileve the Thlng# Claime
Been Acoomplished by Ad
Almost nImpossible.
St. P6tsrpburg, March 18.-
lhe riaxt4te expresesa tpe
ftn* Anglc-Freneol undesata
i. wit i, ai more friendly i
~3aO" nrltain toward RUii
.imiat represoutIng a ,5
5kf'u powwer expresses the
It)a will join Japan ontI
th all the white powers,
the U1i4ted States, wlU the
Spelie to form a eoalitted
thie Wat Whlch weld ,:,-rtin
of th' whole -world *WIth,,
ie fears Japan reoaties their
Swill decline, C1nta' ild.
( *eOs soci!ty is 60$1id4
tion. to fit out att auto tfraint
the wmtindod 4ver the 1trli
tiiles, irioam Mukden, to ,
: eh at fi liejia,.,on .-the.,r
-An, expert li the military

'ii9 Mtn rm l iilh rw ; fir lilHt i
)yt'n n, wat t N illo- 'l'rtiii 'nll : .eolitr-litah'wy

atid 4lt:IIi til ol t iltn i li tte ifflite int>
'ot!.liitl 'ion w inivomtpiiy of oe 'IhlV t |
lihn i \il a iii iilildiOh t Ulifi a tilieuill
'ty of. 4ii1int |li i<.-lio aild i li il "i'ikl ni! rlil
.for tie ni it.., litH I i iMv lvtilt Out
for ll .- i torlliil ilii" $o llh t" 'I1i1
ehetid zi iiii i tue ii ils, A ,

1, In 1 ii 1 lii4iA wnai s jwith t UtI '' li -
cht'lr n 11il 'IIh.hliiH MIt, iNl0 i('g". j' ti i
surt n< tI'tlhid it Aiusititli tlild wa P, till-o
od on !(E,W, .'b ltl.. ;
otn pillt 1111t w ohm ni id (i
itt,'lhi i lt i t ni leh i Sht eu- ts e'ln, ti
ll!no t. II (I irl itklk 11, w l, 11 i pl .i ,iliid
0 1t'11ti 1ii( n. l ti lhi, fI<1 t 11ll l oi rl htI i-,
\ -.


Initiated King of Eigiliand nto Myster-
la of MiaonOry, .

pritao of WHlos, .tnow Kitig Kilwatd,
iteo thoi third di-gtif Ni of aislotiny tui4
totuKht x li wkii thW 9i O iiitl of orby'".
iDrst ptillhfib t tiattli, h i dI ed
SAs- nti:) r of ti, Ilarri iw ii rnttsis
iltgo uf Masloliy, t .o ,i',ii,,dl the iti'ti.ibi
of WAit Jvi -t, th tird dlAertao iUt li
.tmr, :I,'n 15:876,i >aIistatlittil eltr- a-
ot60 of 11i. di tstritit) in t whbIti BiMt1a inad'
Slettrvide? tiltei w 1t4t .tdwar'4. wa(it nlultdo mtid

I hi s rri, tl tit *o io
,tr.o e ,li.t a Pat ht ti iui.t I th eie.(.ii -hitt

itsi r6t- g .t-iitth iii a Jti i b -4ot, a d

I % tolla e t e o t triovt l htr

il pIngi tal r c rth e ftito l hi '
,pAU-vAt it. t:l1h5y' ilt l. ih 'tIt^.gtt jii

*i1v t, AIi Kytteit s a i 1 Nrc : i'ai
ilthrtd t0i *lAt thuleCnfity le,,flt HA l

' t* at M s'yi'* t 4r Ii -i*t --. '"'
a lth 4s Kyntit f!to-Atult47 A, that
'.ik ht.nd ii^. -- i rw1^^ 11.)


Marquis to,


japanese Troops Ato Not Puthng Po .
ward Aft*r. Landing f tira .poTra -
In Korea-Band 6f ManihuIran t1al.
dits Rout R autleh i itl01d1 .
Tokio, Ma -oli 11t e;i -opt i'w :.

oial aeIlont tlioe Japte iae ii :diet p ;:;tt:
Oti today, M ataA.,t( lb 1 ,04 ::0e"; a ,,'
Ute Sei1yu KWLl party, tttled by MA
quiln Ito, w ea$ Atti c red e tOut t -he
house of r Ifepro lmtintve
it I exiizemt I t,' nt *rlij Istalvo,
tko will iwiI I YI' p t adeiitoly to tho
llle (.l i, L( i lll i J :
el. o tilo' of Mii Net i'r.
lith t.ntIitutionalla steslid pM
grelves htlittg dt~elkle bthatIlit Y W
ulxm thl ulOit i o, Jap atth istithtr
to sipp mt the gove, tit"t eo
complete appr00 al f the Movelt4hot -
t aui rtl fproglito ft r tte prtet#iCtt

,of tiiiatttui Ibt o th k ll tlh)t 4lad
til Ula Wofh publh thau',t ', 'w tofW tilet Ito

tlhoi, it s lrl ; hei, ti. Oi k t! :'itan
< W. i'rN of ink l ihilrei od'ih

it rht lIn wisely tid, b'At s1et tro- u it p s its iaren110tlnth Tl : ,
ly Ii rlnd totwarl after ttIg ifri
tIUll utollilSriti r re iokla kIng wI th

in ltriin hi lit. Ko(r'it hlouit, whlit ar 'i

lbhi orz l -vet'ti lng uqlitlinetld is
padi fl, ibult t Il, nIr t oi w l Ii*. la .id -
(ia' enti< of ttl rewflthir' t teu o ei tiih, '. ',
tIry, Thie ltM1ni ear-y two. dayi o *kt edi
riitloa i ins ad ti rthe dal ri rlw ttotl,
All hi rtvuit iiolidnti who alrrtvedl
In thi i l(o'iml h atr tio' f -otillw .'te.:
wti;,uit h iea t'l iT iilhn( oti hla y t l i'otte
SqU(tte 1d to w i0 itt 'titW .rWi urti ":

'li rtli" o tf i'in .,Yiui, 1 "

Niew- York, Ml i.ilt .I I..A .iattd o :
t.oiltt,- Nil T M tnui iIrlir6 i bri l dts, ii .ts .
*tWolw peuih down *i tln l .tiliaiauni 'o tt ,u
tetar pan tu hat ilt, A town teitr Poit '.
A rtlhulir, nAy a dhipaWltoeli thi Amtt i 4 :.' ;
calln, troin New t0iWrti t o'i U ts e.:.: .-
the uI dit4, wi, ltl st.i ,i t ista ik "t ut ',
were i-ittily i fori~sed to ftrte t, iitiivtl ,,
.tw4i iiitt ali ltin thl.ll Vi esanliii.,- ;'; .

h w mgW) .,4 t i11ia A pw if
Iki tWUiidS I-. a t NOw Chwait .has' i bat '-
rIttitil' dtwn. t h# ro t 0aeut b thie -

Now Yor hmspk-0''li. tiiP .ropo` ed
Jo 1i.4 t e .li4ito, at Wmla t t en t' ':'''*
.. t.r .i cttsti, La he ern dela :/ .':-
ed0, sayalquilmt f(hi i't 4 i4 to, llMo otS lt,
'Klvur^ti, tby .tflitl) t lt. tn ,l ittide'I:O if '

ta 1 adla of u R i id se nw
ato eit (ptl i eFaitai e 'ltwy n .. t'

Ma!t 0y, 0 pfor lls ttopl s il. transpo rt : fo .
* that -iaiitso (lrist R titi i f:isons Kia t .t i ( :,

h l< Ptrtill *e i l, 5111 .rreyiwlt .tgt#,' th -- -

the 4i0un ty t. supples 0 anti the s t ',,
eaO, of the p ieopls
API ,t ,,,,IM .*.W .,iL. .; -' i

O M~er of Maryland t#11te #lIf efor
Wseds to Have $9p000t ar.
*1I ltioWt. .t '-1 4 4 \
SW hi ts.,0p11104% to th rl '

sthe at will o Ilt :*-

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SFrildy ieas an eVeentmade ai ~... "
'"full throagi the'ifforteof' the teachers
andi flb. W. M. Blith as the pthool9
terin had been. It was a Inqst ft[tln f
ending to aU most tecitsaful term,
SLThe morh ing Was dvd 1 the
oloPing eteraleois f tlhe' shooloand
lIteal meeting,.where the :anidlate
for S'B perlntendent of. Publ0"' Initru-
tlon were the central figured beoaptse
Mr,. Blitch hadwished it .so, iad b.-
cause it.was the closilg day of 'a most
suce.::. ss ful trm of lh olx -c .' o-
,:^1. , ,,-.Durlng .the :morning': exerlpes the
children and the elder pupils, uniderk
S he dIrectloi of'Miss Etta Jones, prin-h
: pal, and Mis Jessi.e Oall, as0istaitll
ac quitted thbmetlves In a mnianner to
S.. reflet re4i .pon ttiithemsealves- m id
teachers and toiwndidato, forcibly' that
.they had been.well tutored'.'t was a.'
pretty and well' arranged program,
cotls;taitln of songei reitstlorisand soe
;.. readings, ani it was. well ad' ,' 0.
'Itghtfuly executed,
iiowing the school ex h o rles the
Mieetlg wiasturned over to the 0'oandI
dates with aI .W, W., 1. th bohair-
man Itof.the meeting, Mr. iltsh intri-
duced the 'oanddt"s in a pleasant
voln, Using' the good judglio t, for
which hi lt noted of sayi g "'a g'od'
yterd 'or elidi, a nid being. ipartiai'uand
p0lasant to all. '
:Tlmaiiin R, It,1, Davle anid J. "'Y,'Toim0li
for the Legislature;' J, I Kelley,,SG
.Kellti and .'(elgeorg M. i yn h', for. s'-
per'nteie t 'of'd Iublios itstruetltlhii
I : IT, Wiengets and 'J. M. i)oll, eauidi-
diatesfor olerk of the ..mlit'ourt,; T.,
Willardi.oanidat foraherilti; Judge
:Maso.'ti aind Judge Carlihlo, Qnadidldtesn
for count ty judge, '
:.With the xl-ceptltlion of .*Moesar,;
Wins,'.: n'lenBi:l.(de)elle'te omnldldai~eis
*spoke, th0ulgli' .Jtdlge' Q. arli'.littd
SiJudgeMtasomil' pimly ail oonnoied thiitir
an,.lidltoy'as brily i 'aso' thiey ld.
u.:..heire wais a i a,'iiftg lih.eemnm dninei'r
In thie grove urrou ndltg the school.
bontie, iand It wits a dlay.of great pleas.
ure ilevory way. There was a 'large
attemidtieet, ind till th.tioo present were
delighttid with the dty.
Mr. Montgmr.y'i DDeath.
S Mr, 0. A. Mon.goinery of :liply.
Ohio, di.edi o North Ualiuasvill pt 9
o' lo1k Saturday tiorning of totberteu.
.'. lols, aftotr an fill ilness of severall
S De Oealeld wan a youtig, being
onlythirty' years of ag. lH< clamei
wi. th hi.s wii i to this lty, with tihe
hope that The. tchange.0 wotild proved
:" b sieolti teit .is h .)tlh hut it wa tou
.';^ ':;" *'"lal, tifttnt the uniltorti a)t nnai, ,l ue.
... bed to the i ievitble '
'i:: Mr. aid Mrs. Mohtgometry *ere her
alonOe, but frieMda adlni iistetred as-
ss: tahance and, .omfotrt to the lovingg
.* i WI"e, whiloh limtiule the burden I adsier

The reOianits wil leave thii morning lg
for,: : the h . taieeo nlud by.
Mrs, Monitgomeiry.. The sympathy of
the" comilin uity. will R with theli,.
oee.d w..wasm. rited to eorgoe
MN6 trooiiery of WitAdor' aMid T. P
so tgoowry, formwrly of wtiiloer bet
now rmesiditgin St. IVotlrsurg .
,,Why t,'N* t Learn toP Speak'lSpanlsh "
S0 V'out 44 terer a 0'0tpy of the ciew
Sto,- o oii boofkiet entttled. "What to
.: :. inS.panish flow o tSnay It," tby
1 n:ninlng two Ceets iln postage to W. II,
| il. ay di'isiont passenger aiL^Aa
I i l4tr llj s. 1itflit po it iO ,

B).htt the '^ th s Ol, ef "Ath

b7 athtti) iusieat.

the gripp
oig net

2steA c

:ow nd vitality' i low. ", i
Two thi to: do: give

Rih blood, healthy? flesh,.
resistive force, iore and bet-
Ster. li'rishrnentt are what.
Scott's Eimulsion' supplies to
the: convalescent. .
S. Well endt you a isnlm fre ipoen get" I
-SrOTT ',t OWNJii'Vear1 Street, New YVork.

This Veteran Traveling Man Presented
With Token of Estedm.,
Colonel Max 1Kraitis, the veteran
knight of the grip of Florida and Geor-
gla, was recently presented at Jack-
sonville with a token of the love'and
euteem in which ho is hold by the trav-
eling fraternity, as well as an expres.-
sain of the services he halit rendered
the traveling men as chairman of the
railroad communiee for this State and
The teolen was a inagnlfloent one, a
handsome watch chain land T. P. A.
harm, set. with a dianmoid, and the
manner in 1whi" it wa presented at
the Wtindor Buditorium in the midft
of' alarge dlegationof traveling i m6 ni
antd by Mayor Nolan in a pretty and
eitlniental address, added to it is val-
th so far as the recipient was con-
cert 'l The presentation took pliasce
at 5 o'ilock, Mr. Krais hlia~d been ad-
vsod tobneo to Jankkonvillo to e,]l a
1):1 O:rdr,. of shoes-a salb he did
not make'-and his friends from Flor
Ida and U-orgkl had been nottled to
e.. there to take part in tlie.preseota.
thorn of th gift,.
SltMayor Nolan; who laldo theo prolon-
tatit'nstpeeelh, was eloltuelt, ais ho usi.
allyy 1., utpnll'O o(alshotna of this 'kmd'
litp (toinieoceed il i add roa: by a refor"-
once to 'h,1 lirsit i8.ting with;l Max
iKraus, which was over
years ago, Mayor Nol Manitid itl part,
".'iWenityy-onoi yars ago I lot Max
jrliutlii, iand 1 want to say Ato his
iri'end heiro that Max Kraiiis) is niade
of buckskin, Ile weiars well. li, was
my frii ond a1l I was his 'lhen wo Iirst
mnet, '111 friendship 1 hliave now, I
Aitn proiid ito tty, tid \Vi ll halvc lt we
both grow ouliger. Yoeu know Max
aml I are lnot growiiig old, though
tlliterej wan i tini wleii itoth )o of us hiid
not ias nmlny white hlirs ias we have at,
ttthistn. I lhave frequeniutly tried to
coiielve a piiot wiorteby I mioulId ls atl
Max 'Kratts frboii (oorgia. 11ie be.
Itligs to this tal'te iand iulghtt lto lli
.thls a hdis reolidenlite, hBat we olaim
hiim,. tev'rtheles, iand I gues Mnxey
knows tthat, .
r. Krauss riepolndled in a nmoat aup-
propriate .. inmatner, though l.Io was
ttitteh'alseted tail the words fell in
trembhlingateoeilt front his lips. ie 1
rvivweed his assoointions i.t GieIorgia
and Floridta. spoke of his regard tfor
his traveling briitron atand what he
hald tried .to do fo ttti, t.t his ad-
dresa hle sirprtised hiis friends. "lHO
wari about ,as eloquent! as the. genitle.
aiia who hilil imado the preseniitiiKio
pteeditl, alid touched tihse prtesilt h1y
lifs sliieerity of extrltioi, i| wanted
nothing", he said, bIit to kpo that .he
wan hold in the eiteetein of those i wheo
knew him. 'hit, hie cltinmed, wa thli
greatest inheritance of iman, ad to
,rail|t e its potsesslttein anid to wel .l tp o
Its aitd .la4tigs wlis to a gr ia
p"i ilvgth Thliank those who had ten-
dated him ithe tiike'olkve f 'good fellow -
hip, lof love iandi eaterm htie culd nit,
and ht wanted to nsisure themn that

pross ih. gratitude fell short of( moiaing
th feelings of Mlii heart. 14A address
was thmueyelioieat antaappropriate.
iMaix Krks. i c ilay andl las b~e.t

ltt ipoi u!laru4t ; teian i Ii ui.rida,
antlhi stt~ o mstn h tlitle it:bo;gi *,

the :

wilt p fet safe.ty' TldhWiy are htam'r

theyitfe soy'^rttaitn in reult.' *ltt ri"-p
bas it Iji s iit 'drsse
meaner* "n^r dispponted. 'Thr:1
cu.. allt t^ortem^ their 'rtl
an erye e we ases Do Winw* %e
I^I frl, RlI t'lefoer them to a1
,or W 1bil00us ots.,

ion .cannot be
to make the

laog 'toses

Sr lIN .. O"' F IA" :


omIz ttee, Canpnot (. st 8t4
PCooinittee Asseum6eus.

~~---.... ro
ha.iman McKinstry'ill Os Meetn
for Thursday, March 1, and
l t :In terestinglSassino.n^ii
The campaign romnitttee ,of the
eountty Democratie Executive com-
Iittooe met at t he court house a8u4 -
day-and it was a meeting full of in-
terest, because there wailinvolved oer.-
tain questions which stirred matters

_hmoeaeting was called'to order lby
Dr. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., chairman,
and the following members,. whith
constituted the full committee, an-
swered to the roll call;
G G, Oibbons, J. A. Rosborough,
W. A. Strickland and T. M. Venable.
SThe comnumittee discussed at length
rtie oaest4on of the State committee
levying an assessment on county can.
didiates to run the campaign of the
senatorial, congressional and State
candidates, and there was some diver..
sity of opinion as to whether or not
the State committee reserved this
privilege. It was the general sense
and expression of the campaign como
mittee to call the county committee
together, with the result that Chair-
man Moinistlry was reqested 'to callI
a meeting to make a report with
recommendations -and present the
same for .the consideration .of the,
county comilittee.
Every candidate and every Interest-
ed citizen Is invited to be" present at
this meeting, as matters obf great im.
portan.eo wiil coine before the comni'it-
Do You Want Strength? ,
If you want' to increase your
strength you must add to and not take
from the physical. L> other wedrds,
the food that you mat mustB be digest-
ed., assimilated and'. atproprlated by
their nerves, blood and tissues before
bhizg expelled from the intestines.
Krdl l)yspeopsia Cure adds to tle'phy.
sloal. It gives strength to and builds
tip strength in tihe hunian sy teil. It
i ploasmant to the tatsto anid palatable,
und the only o'onibiuation of digest.
ants that will digest the food and en-
ilile the systemn to appropriate all of
its heal lh and strength-givirig quali-
tic8. 8lhlol by all drugglRts.
Whittlesey Chosen at Tax Collector
of Muscooee County.
(olunhlsi Ia, March 19.---'"ihe re-
Ilti'ins froin the cotily riqtuiary console.
idattd aLit noou '1'lhfirtniy by the Dem-n-
ocrtit c ,xPC'tlve commIttee of Mug-
cogoe countyy, showed that P, E, Whit-
tielsy Ivit laomilnatod tax collector
over 1), A. Alndrews, itie hInoumbent,
ty tlhel narrow inajority; of 1 vote, hO
having ieceivevd t1,83t votes and Wis
oppoluj it.L, ] .182 votes.

A Favorite Rmeydy for, Babies.
Its plteaant taste, aid prompt titroe
have, mado' Chitnlberlaii's Cough
Iemntedy a f'vorte with the mothers
of small children. It quickly etres
tlieir coilgh. anhd old anid prevents
naiy dtlnger .of: pieuminiia or other
,seriomts otnsequenlcest JIt not only
eerpcusronp, bht' when given 'as noon as
t h rtt iupy coiiugh appears will prevent
the attack, For sale by all druggists.
Doctor Placed I.n Jail.
SMol: I, Alfa,, Mitat'li I.. !- .r M.,
uiLlal".,>, p wi't 'utl t of tht,' lhite'l'i ilot-
'l fiin abiiltun ii,''b eaed. 'tel'' Netw yi'ot ani.
it! ul.tit.ion having for i.t :objee't the
ti le'ltfy c f, t; utifornmty in states quar-
aiieitehy, was itopnd gully
Tl'it(dey' itght otibslinai the atiin
burs o'f tie qi.uiranta l i rd ob r MeA
bile hay:y :ail iine' $100 anM te, days
in jail, and het Ils now sryiwng ant

Happy, Hiealth.y .Chiltdren.
.. A 'hiy.ilde.ik talkt LittleEarly tiieier,

JakekonvTlle and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways. ,
he6 Fliest Seam8shi in the Coastwise Service
Clyde New ingland and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE- and All Eastern Pointh.
Calling at Charleston-w'i ,j a.. V ..

Southbound .....**** ..........From ewis' Wharf, Bosteon;
Northbound. ......... From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

S lvyde St. Johns River Line S
13etween JAOIkAONViLL atnd SANvOIK.D
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St- Francis, Beresford (DeLand), and Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River
Leaves Jacksonvill, 8.80 p. mn, Sundays, Tuesdays Lnd 'l'Jrsdaya' 'L
Leaves Sanford 9:1)0 a. In. Monday, Wednemslas atii I, ridays.
]s appointed tosail as fohows:
teild down l. SHItrAJU LE Northbound,
Leave :80 m ....... . ...... Jackonville ....ed urrie .
8:4 pin ............... Palatka... .. .. ... rrive 8:00am
18 :00al... ...... A tor n
4 80' ai. ,.. ............. Francis ....... ....... 1 P l .
.......I. eresford (Denl )i 12:00 nl)
Arrive 8:80 a............... .anforl ......... .'' ;0a0 .
10:00 am ................. terpre ,,... ::0:,0 amn
S, I ieROeNMio"N'i.'JR, et. ni. Art, .2 04West iNy . ..i.KoNviLe. '
Wi. (J. Q00opaK Jr. ,Fleih t AeItv, e', l t illerae14
Foot or e ie t umonu P L4 Suerintudent,
AC iI,- t l ,mtrlv. to Pass.A~t,, Neyorli 6I' MII 5l t Uen .1c.
General Manager. Y)l n ...s
SeheetlbrnluiiThlultletig.f Stats ree Itt. New % ';

KEYSTONE 1 +-^'- -
R. T. 8(1iFE'R, PoparM ng IUent
Corner G-roeu iarl (.'l orc. sstreetle, ', r
Poone t e .' ; ,s 8 as, Irn r, Pipe, itt-
ti* A IN ESVIIri .E I .' ':', ; .. +- ... .. "
,\;._.^,:;; .. : tA ngsB0ltng, P'"k gU etc10 .'
'i'saest Eestra B u n o r Lots 'olidi in ..

Optlvered to AllPIht oftof i(,Ix .. '" .. qilantit; ol :. a ,.

.... e One' of O r Catalog a :;

|-|Baird HardW are C


ulr'it and Truck

t I"
.....A. lAll&.ik Editor.l

iIatid Fever, ngd
J tln a vt nd Iby going, tio t
trouble, worIks permanent cure' 'I.*TY','EN' 'l;o :,

For Sale by John8on Bros., ainesville

S Retailers and Jobbers in,

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Brain Barden Seed and Fertilizers.
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Produes
1 _'' " . :

A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Ots, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seedi Meal
and Rye. We handle, only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
E8T PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction alway.

;^-^y^^^ jj

OrlV Dry Kiln NoW Being
t cti With CAp'city of Mapy
0 FeetIFou' Htn d Cofrd
n It Course of T onstrutle on
V silalePlanin and Qofian
srap lly 6e0outing one of
atl e tatedtheat oth enteral
pres ant o iulrhui n r.was estab
i 4 arnd whieh it yet hardly
employing forty YTen, and
0 iil or work is tfing, ac om-

porter of The Sun called upon
R"jep-ai the plnh Saturday ,
at tid him as usual, very busy, but
busy 'to 'talk regarding the'
lies stated that the company
ha.lf preeO t four hundred collins
initi eup and ready to put together
i The -offtius when tlnished, wll flte of
thi Attnet grade. in th ir respective
lasses. "We have cinployed a first-
C lass finisher fronm Atlanta," he said,
and are expecting himr in a day or
tt". As soon as this man comes we
w 11 finish up tho coflus by putting
in together, when he will paint and
e them-and I will guarantee
no handsomer or better coffin, can
reduce byany factory."
:iltes, although a young man, is
'knot y)tnuusl-"executive ability,
is rking ,wit.h a syBtemi coin-
dblei. He will uno doubt make 'a
b 's .eSs of thi. venture.
iTereh is being constructed at the
plti ,of this ompatty an enormous
b 4 whn completed 28x108 feet, and will
h4e an enormous capacity. ,
The GaIneville. Planing and Coffin
Coi)pany improving Abig thing for the
commerelal interests of this city, and
the people appreciate its presence.
here;' . . .. . ._
Advses Joe C6offee to .o to the Wilds

to id-ly allow in space
t aski frof. J, *H. Coffee why he
shou, d ute my name in his controversy
with Dr J. L. Kelley published in The
SSun March 14th. I don't know ,the
"Prof,." and never spoke to him that I
can remember. I'm fortunate enough,
however, to have made the acquaint-
ance of Dr. Kelley, and have a high
regard for him, believing that lie has a
,wise idea of the courtesy and respect
duo one gentleman from another, but
I have nothing to do whatever with the
cont(lroversy between him and the
S "Prof." This ''Prof." Coffee takes oc-
caion, in hia attack nt.l)r. Kelley, to
i bt-ler express his ideas of the Doctor's
untitness for superintendent of schools
arid his surprise at the Doctor's an-
ouitcemntentt by saying, "'We made up
our milhd n.ot to say a word if Pete
S livrer announced for governor, and
Sdeterinined to support John Alexifhe
de d ed to ruin for Coingress," etc, ete.
, This evide).tly is a burletque upon tny
14> ignorance and standing, for 'no other
words more toutemptible could ex-
p'lin it. ( wish ti, inforsm the "Pfrof."
A' dry the "Lienionn prin gof knowledg ."
That in pblint of 'education anpigeneral
information, I've long Itince. forgotteni
more thin his limited brain ever didl
Sor ever will possess. I advise
"IProf." Coffee tlo immigrate to .TlA-
m t acior 8ou'tlii Afrie&, where the ne*
groes mnako good Coffee"' and remain
there until t)he teach him the reispeet
an &d courtesy due ti?,' gentleminan from
-r .':a: not a candIdate for any office
M d weuld tot acOtept any- -preferint
4i r amy oid age f more quiet and hAppy
)11 fe, att my Park. or with dogs sad gun
^^^( the for^HI* where I can see, enroy
I 4 study tlhe ibauttes of tiature. '

P'. :M. O-. n. Ot..
galtiestil, March 9 .

.;:The N,~assm Wiit.e Has ..

:, 0. 1) steWit A Ce., Obiopo,
*la?* 0to of the o.i4ntu e ~a
lvn' f i0lth Hfasi atl 8AT1 A
1, i t fa.or outs, bunra, bsii,
Ittr, lie, .te h. m .i
.d A 51 *- S-

U atipatlionl Blilpusnesa, In.-
d &tiK on tnd other internal
deran gtloet04, clog the sygte
%with lttuptities 'which Ceause
'se'rioqs, I hl'tQs if 'ariow'iedtot"re,.
'111in4,'Whle'the bholwelsfail
to at treguarlj', the Prompt
.: e of a gcod 1laxttive wlU prei
vent lVet O 'resalts at sveo
dototsr bho. :N: 0 4 s
LiblON EIXR has fet yearn
been 'rcognisedr^ the le tdiuhg
*lxatiy4. It aote pta' ptly, but
gently, atV unlike' palonenil or
tabits, it does not gpipe or
'produce thlu s ightet' tinp peas'.
a'tetress. It keeps the system.i
thoroughly hleansoid of' n i r-
nuite84s and 'instires perfect
health, For sale atdrug stores,
60vi per botitei

S Mozley's

Lemon Elixi
Made of LeMrons,



Miller & Avera Company, One of Old-
est Firms In City, Disbands.
the Orin of Millor & Avera Coln-
pany, comprising Phillip Miller, W.
W. Avera and A. L, Vidal, who have
been oonduoting a oonfectioniery, book.
and news store, has dissolved, ,Mr.
Miller having purchased the iite rests
of Mr. Avera. The tlit will hereafter
be known as Mller and Vidal,
Miller& AVera&have beet in business
together hi Galinemvlle o th past sic
years Mr. Vdl has been cotinnected
with the firim It the capacity of sales-
man itil July of tlihe past year, when.
he purohased ain interest, after which
the firm was known as the Miller &
AveraComipany, Thb store hliaalways
enjoyed a reputation of belig oone of
the finest of itI kind in thie State, the
serviSe being flrat-lass in every re-
To the successors of the Miller A
Avera Company The Sun extends con,
gratulations, with best wishes for a
prosperous business career.
A Thousand Dollirs Thrown Away.
Mr. W, W. Baker of .'latiview,
Neb., writes: "My wife had hlng
trouble for over titfteen years. We
tried a number of dootori and spent
ovdr a thousand dollars without any
relief. She was very low and I lost all.
hope, when a friend suggested trying
Poley's Honey and Tar, wliih I did;
and thanks be to thil groat reinedy, it
.saved her life. She ig stronger and en-
joys better health thai slhe has ever
known in ten years, We shall never
be without .Foley's Honey and Tar and
would auk those alliocttd to try it,"
Sold by J. W. McCollum & (Jo.
Squad From Company A at E. F. S.
Outdid Their Opponents Friday.
There was an interesting competitive
drill at East Florida Seminary. riday
afternoon between squads from leOin.
pahies A and 1:, and a rreot deai of
enthusiasm was tnmarifeated,
The squad front Company .A was in
cotimmand .of, (adets Captaln Albtrt
Hlerrog, while the mnen of JUomIpany l
were itn charge of Cadet Captain 0lls.
The honoMr were awarded to the
squad from Company A by tho ju dges,
who were Mi -o-r W. 1"'I. Floyd and:
Wheeler and Cadet ,Aieutenlant T.ui
ner. "

The onipainy bgan I leangln t
ti thi ,Ity on Mou4, the iltteniki'n
rui heretd. It lwas ai t4ht .lanaW:r
't r avppti. 'r 1o h is No -i )ti (,on :
* 5t ito t'tly1 ot tteu1 neial ;psfti'
tt illig t: entire i.i t he g... e up fthe
* gifenIr here h
TI he 0o0i4ly numbered ZTS l!t'ronl
tan ,tlia o beIn hear" ,i Itan, a11.9rt, f
'the country.

hiSimon, Kan., writes,: "I hlave ;given
Ballard's, Hg1-reh ou id Syirup 'to' tiui i.
dro thfor cotSiogs ati ehls fo0t : fr )thtu paiit'
tour years, and flnd it the best medih
cine I ev-radiimr InUlihatnk eweis
rtips, contain izt opium but wil!

remedy. 25e, 5(d and "ill at Jinohnso

Lives W ii RSullet in Iraimn
".Nha Vior);,. i r,'l '"t ,.Joh 1. 1:'o
tel'.-(. i.,yi o f ai.. ',, it)l whio \;s i i n r hit s iutillith s u's t
tory. lIa N"'. ( .ioi' wilh tw\o ihiltl
won l.S in1 l44 10ix, has "hon Til l ,
c l ri ui,'.l t r,! t :il' i li :ipid til! i;> !l p'i r.f
ht'i.lU ,l t1n ll m i l r', I .> \w il m i l4 l1' tll)
In tllhI i;. .t,1)! 1ll h!. rtl l l."t .

Killed Two Other Women.
Lynivl)tuig, Va., March 19 1ileur',
Williauts, the o uig>'r astilatnt of; Mis.
ahlild2t and litite dau11lterv in in thit
tity onil Jian. m, ias do0iots Ing an ltaltii woman t tEast as'tr"
pool, Ohio, and to' cutting a .w4ottnliA
throat in Plnnsylvaiantl, Wilania wi
beo .anged here,
Best Remedy for Oonslpation,
"The lnest remedy for eonstiptttion
I ever used is' Chiantborlain' Stomanlh
and. Liver Tablets stays Mr. Eli
Hlutler, of 'rtktlvlfile, N ., "''They
act gently and without any inpleitsant
etlct. amnd leave the biowevs it a per.
fectly natural condition," Sold by all

One Cent a Word
Advertisethe nisot tnwu wrtsor Loron nd4
this head lInerted for One Cent Wor4, 'tia1
in adva noe, .nclhinsertlol..
Pleas4e aitwer woirti litemt.nt as aiddr sed
In thoe sdvert iitnie t.
Tho -oontlldOl'neoft tll person tli (wrtln no
tite Olfrnedu with InItillts will be riex ctsed
their ouines will not Ie given toiniuirlrsi

o Awn\ i': r tI i ,ii i' tr l t,,
,S \v t I Ni tM i i)A I i0 0.,: 1 1] .4E'.


Pneumonia follow, La rippede
but nvrer follow thee uo of
rii l' Honey
[ULU!Q, an0 "Tar

Preventa PsEaoanls and ConaoBspton.

WiiN14 "X lfH b, d I.toa rl(,fit "s4 Witl V wr hd Bsonh on Iso lu- |o I
01to0Ps 14 R4 A. i Ti lsa t (.0li .
'ti : .l by ii'. Mc(e ioln .n ': .

There 1is a.reat'deal of enthullaim
among.the cadets, aid quite a friendly
rivalry between the two campiali.e,
both of Whom are very eflicient from a
military standpoint .
W," L. YIncy Baffled the Phystcians. /
W. L. Yancy of Paduch.,, Ky.,
write: "I ad's severe case of f4* '.,
uy disease and three of the best phy.
ilcianis in Kentucky treated me with-
out ucc."". I then took Foly' Kid
ney 1ure, The fi' rt(t tle av m- A* ,,
Smedite relief apd tlhre bottles .ued.
OWltfe'-Wonr..::..._.-l ,lm- -114 01" rot'

Thwr foChInawo"41 'ie.t ( lo ** k*; .g *..
clisLa, W M.... M 1 UGGIESM WoG

*e4 U ftha thefr pre t ,iwy trials IRC
ey befotr t t .ai Ple d "ta tea oIa :Mi esi *

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Surplus and Undivided Profits., 2, 5000 00
DO ts OX t ist 'ety I uan B in buslnss, ith taolthl l u is no s I n bt0 na hte Siotto(i
tshe teon ima kofsfrmqv timeroia Oorpor lqn" i sr e. lion rm s *ioW
hIl suenta l m n baL All u til tia k4 n. r a o I

S"TTQ .m&Q Qa"

Do a t ,in i utotuittirts' by In' t a nt ll orpetirn t ii e :s ":e
1., 1^^. ^ ,l.. ti0i1a i lil ai.,iff ti'iaii il .il l | ori a1tliltt hs e,, l l it |all ; Mti a:, 1t,;
' '' ":' Oftit ot' t 1 it>((', t '4iw i M<. i i faolteit i es w trd iin *r ilo^ atitSto si in ltto l. c ie n '.t
. '.T g: Q A: T ..
Bu ie o ls l t 10 tS

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nSed BaY-. INOSU RACE to. ,

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SE*'^-AI^ 3. OA**"@8.DW

ir iALneR wa

ro.,, O

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
Pine s Raleigh, Rich rnond, Wash
ington, Baltimpte, Philaw:' :.
de ph ia, New York

Seaboard Eorda limited

| Seaboard Exal'las


* mTh 8jABOAnDrLORID4 IAAYTE fr. s

4' "4

:P t ~*i 4~la

I. ,

r yet discov6red has et .
SS.. 'Thcpeopl everywh<
homes where S.'sS.$ for
sad. It 6 superior in mfe
nes. ]n 'the fnrst place S.

6, '4*0wpwek S1 Sun 'ft4 'e041al E.h4
tVr in apri, .puiblJiihbd e;.viery. 1Mo
f i vTareday, a;n 'cotitains. Mll alhe
iriw of te wiek, local, ga te and ien.
rli b, ai4 willie walled, rtetae e. tye, to ty
l pir it ofti'h United SttesA'or cMnda, torslOO
All advertIsIpblls bflseoo" duib water flra
k eaansoof svert eSMent.urdleoneUsl ol
^ stib;lsted in etitraot 'Patrties not known to
)wil Wbe reqirrs4d toDay for advertaltn in ad-
.apse Addrs.' THE DA ILY SN'

T iddyberri ith new nameou for hien.
fruit, but itO 64ier 'to writ itggs.,,

IM Who Is onht, 'a o ru 1 for h10f
IThore are nearly,' 500 COlrittlan
chrhesIn1 i'n 'apa aind over 1,o00 mis-

X marriage ceremony has ever eei'te
gol e through wlthot bitolih-of bride

People *bodo the bent they can to-
48y Ahe the WAY open, before them to

That independent- State Itinerary
h 'gone to pieces. 'The candidates
00, athey Can6 on s#es sand men,

Ttwnty-flve thousand dollars for the
rafting of' an:1 ordina ltoe-1-ne-tourth
t he stook of a norporatiln. What 4

:.!has .alle4. Olark's :moth aI
ep.ipe.Aftoer a remark of :that.
itr Barr,' mouth ought to -e

"t people aro gradually li0rning
h the rantinstg of 9tookio,, Barrs
id Broward is not so muoh lin Qthe lin-
test o tle deal people as it is in aSn.
Aort to deecive' '. '

GroverOlevelfand will be 07 yoars'
0ol on Mlroih 18. William J liryan of
Nebraska will be 44 years old orn
' ., Maroh 18, Pretsidnt Roosovelt will
,:be 4i yoars old on October'27.

There was po 'full ioon during Frob-.
i r.'.Ulry). This phononmanon has not Oo.
ourred for nitotuoen years,. id t' iill
not oocur again till 1i2,3. At ltnist,
that I0 what the attronopnier say

I rof. Albert O Atlbertison, an II' ew
t-,' l engiitnu r oif Nw Yor, clfailm he
lsi invented an instrument called trhe
"magnilet ral0 by whilt lie cn. heagt
uo :tti rom the iistars;' Ainotiher, mani
Roint'e wrong, ,.
Information from iifoerent parts oi'
the 8tate 'Ais encouragingly' to. the'
friends ofi Superi.ntindoilt V0lol'way,
He Is steadtil.y gaining (lvor with. 'the
masels0 t and his friends fttel sonident

: liest tiin in the orld has ,
l latio*n is probably
F a thtiMnya^ ftragmfsnt.
of broe a bl bit arounil as thet

onetweltth of a' p "ny
From reee -- dist -au z itt :15 sppr:

0 i r<0t1; Ili vowiil d (i 1144": t|r' 'ipirc
slI *Itsta I rr a oa v 'tin wIu 1knW '
I too have been eliass4 anieugr' tlq rail..
roa'taigiinates he is iow. Abuaini'; 0o

swo snearefiI and seioiaentiona athott

eiIh 1piau ihel'e: lt A"t.

i iliiilitih,,iiitW.:!

declared that if thefIe'nate mlttee1' not gnarde the designs of the
old building the White ,House woul d
lave een "stripped, dismanitled,
changed, peirvrtedt and praeticatly de.
snroyed." What will bhpOn to thiss
historic strucre if, by any psbility,
Mr.RooBsevelt shall spend foi years0
more there is. beyond. 0 immagition,
fle i '.an innovator, a seeker after
change. That whchwasgood6noi6gh
for and satitdled hi, piwdecessor, doe
;lot reach to tit hSight of his lotions.
New. stables, new ofiloes, alternations
'ini White Houe.j, new rules o pro
oe`tenieeat hie receptions, -1W 'rders
bominandlng th:e wearing of uniforms
at h!ih receptions, unheard of inter.
'ftrenoels, a governinent vessel ior a(

Sthn have ufficed .ho
Mr., ROOSeOVOthaisthoe re!ieWi s lqual.ty
tht breeds trouble,':

11Unole Sm tarts the inew year in
good shpe as to his meat supply dor
rig tihe next twelve mbonthe. A-oA-
1it to thestalstr of.the Depart;
Meonat ofA9iou61tore, there are 1 0onr
hand 10,738,059 horses, nearl y three
million mules,i nearly seveniteenl and a
half million cowns, 4o,0.7,498 oItler st.
(tie, nearly 62,6,0000l shcep and over
47,000 000 hog.

The Oorn Ixchange 'ank ofOlhicago.
has deoolded "that none of its nimployes
reevigt le Bthan ,1 ayParhall
ntihirey Wi^wtht consulting tire ban otf-.
flodalt, ion phin o dismissal." No right
tilnded womnii nla this country will
agrI e with the directors of that bank,
for tie ladies well know that the autu
a mnanan marry on depends eitirelyi
upon what kind of agirl he minarriel.

An exohrange saysa there are more
einemale Pidrumiors to boe ncounte'red
throulih this country this year thi.ui
veor, before., The situatii 'is beooin.
lig a serious one with ieniii in any
ij urterv, anId tihe nitnerie l strength
f tlihe traveling salehwomtan is claimed
.by the ungallant to we growing into a
I The ,Taliaferro setmtilnti n th roulghoiut
tlihe State is growing. A tudy .of the
'situationii ci nvineing to thie people
that there exists no good reason why
so faithful'a servantt of th' people as
Soeator Tallatforro has p.overn to be,
should bi e turned down jiut to give
another aspirant ith job. Taliafrrro'
has earned fa seaond term and he will

Spain now purchase frnti ti.o Uvlted:
Statil ll06:,W00,0 wortll of goodA a
year; atll rireaso of 50 per cnOwt 8iice
1898. ':
T'ire Wul sr t, .. .. '.ta ,
m, o tn0 g t rm hiK Arn91 h.
lpg.'h sili! thit' lifi'.li Whho, iltllcvls prov.
.No', i>Wer'l, Ul eay riiii; '"I
can't Uti t the poW9ple with w onim I oi
bulietsJa .seem t i ra imago it every npow
a.nd ou't S or o Or. (!,ityv 'l u anr,
irank lheniey mriakes oath that hel
Ia .seliOr paiinerf If thlri 'ir of l't 1,
Ohmi^l Cu do. n$,:,d(t^ 'buini<,s i thie
()ity of .Toled0( cotly' and '.Stat
atf,rvi.ld,iand thatsld itlrnt m 'wil" ay

a1tarrh thiat cannot be curerM by th
use oI llall'p (aterrh Oluie.

**lmpsotovPx:.lV4.M(pB Wifl
,. ip eizve ite t ibr his serficeeg to'
t0 AAlllanc san North Csroblia ratu
roa d.
A 4l6'a celebratedd the feast
o t. atri with bigb %ase at t
itliey chueroh it Wetst litxd and a:
banquet Jy Ithe Anclent Order of HI..
bernilans .
TH, H4afle.leadatifg, Georgla peach
grower, tio athority for thie statement
wkhit r01 th* *
tlhat Uotgiaga peach orop this year
will be the largest In the history of

C ThG itieae,, tax levied 'by North
Carolina on tieegraph coTmpanies wftp
knoeed out by a decision of Judge
Sdimontoii in thie federal court at Uaa

There was a lively udeate ain the.
house. yesterday ver an e4ditiroai in
a New York papetrt gvinig Republican
credit!l for antil-trst leI*giatlot* anh
the n'erge^rprosacution,
'Fou rth slstantPotratier Gener.
,l UrIstow appear M1 ywterday -btfore
the house committee oveMtirating the
qh1rgo made against congrewsnee iti
reference t4 postal.t atfait,

,4fter Eating

iting, ltulee, lt of nervous head-.
achol, path ''1, the stomach, are all&
ymptoims of dyspopahlt and the longer
'i eI tgliCliea harderit it to cureit.,

.:: nd- Pi :ll .
RadiCal1y and p(ermaeUtly ciure itI
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
otler digestive ogants for the io turd'"
porfoimnance of their functions.'
Accrpt no aubsttiittofor flood'.
"I had dyspip>ula twenty-lve years and
took oitfforeiil ntdiltines but got no help
until I began taklingf Hoo'ws arsapariUa.
H fave tnle (9ii f . httieo :.ot this m1Ixcl ne
aind coln iow eat. tinost anytlitli, sleep
well, htIve no') ctiams in nly stonmtich, no
buirnlig andi no disrtrss."' Mal. mWILLIAM
0. BAlilrrr, 1 Olney 8t, Providence. I .
Hood's Sarsaparllla promisese to
ourO and keops the promise.

"16,i3 cna oe trt t s a I:.woa d riodbe
wirtouT1 tair, I it riae h ea Now irei wlith
t0 O cris*lt tl l a r .i.l'tii#r mtech ba'iiter
I sIsall t liOlyI re iotii4 ih.m eur w4 ils
as thei boit din I have teertSi., "'
Aa Raleea Oiu n, i Mill N1o. lastiaver. Mss.`

VoNdi n.PWeiak .PIa ire .
AMAiL In >lk. i o a O.
aterllangRemiey Cx., thicage.or N.,Y., so
' ".. " : '," '. .: .

selected' for their roNdendrf pqrifying 'ad tome prtpere',
Opon, thb614o pnyin it of itipurities and resting it to i
tutu4tl"condition.At the same tite, tnuder its ton 0o tA
Oral 6 Oe ees, t6 s11b2 organss ard to rneu
Ittngth'A nd'v r and ,tter salth is the result, N oa a1eriq
follwithe ts :. $, as so tn happens with blood
intaiiii*t srong minerals, which deranged th orgeto ych and dige
a r4 in other, ways d ago. the system,. o diseases dof -th 0
such as Chronic Sores, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, BojiA andaP
ALWAYSXPP8 #R.8.ON )tAJ. peis E eha, Tetthie
oi o k lban, o, er^
G:Stlrsat-lVOT about tIwelve 7r. 0 hve troubles d i6ue to mpti 4
b'A rustri tyour .tt. it. as ahouslhol rsiay.,t bad condition of the blo ,
Shave takes t as a at ad aetser, e no remedy acts so promtpi .
IWteOe t 4lit ni btter. Z I sol tihB-it t ela. and thoroughly as S. .o
chil4er.~at vious tid fo itati, kiwxupttns,
botlsand ?isontausedby playin.wtthwes .t reaches deep-seate.;3
-8.0. ,.ist y l sntardt, never What is the 1 0lohg-stah'ding cases, Upoti
watter, If I ns a.t l ot B.5,a. .it tones up tht which the ordinaf potash
sy0te0, olean5es the o od a 4 *ak s ane well n
leIi. As an all-roundai intly mnedoaino X OtildBeir nara arilla comp d
$a, S, their best reimdy of the kind that hev. I havenoe.ect. Even whera
uevdr seal, nA generally kekp it on hand A# a faim- there is an h e red i t 'ary
13 8.Sr.d.W 33s8. V. C. waiIT o. M T M
S d , *,..;.I'O. : . ., ., predisposition to disease, '
8, S. S will search out and remove from the blood the ftled poison an
build up the health; it enriches and'purifiep weak, thih blood and stim n
plates the circulation. Pure blood is essential to health. You c."a
exist without good blood, but can never be robust and strong; for e y
organ, tissue and nerve in the body. looks to the blood for nourihinei
and unless this vital fluid is' kept in a pure, healthy state, the rest o
the body suffers and the system soon breaks down. Nature has pr
vided in S. S. 8. a remedy for diseases of the blood which
experience 'and 4 thorough test have proven superior to all otherea
theackowled.ed "Kin.g of Blood: Purifiers."
OUR'MIIB AL DB ARTMENT, in charge'bf graduated physicians.
i an mptpoitt parito.f olur business, maintained for the benefits ofiho
Who need advice or special hfornation in. regard to their case. Write.
Ofs, and ourl physians wfilladvise you.without charge.
"Ik #,WIFT "P "'fWg ye, A.A.. VA ,.

Take The Atlantic Oast, Line
Va ,ii via "ir- -
',upoa DUpont t Th P &" 0 rA Dapont, or
or o0 r, Slesrnhip hip. ; l ll
Jaeks'uvllle U JaOkeonovie sie net oJetginer ',
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table eineffect February 7, 1904.
Depart For INESVIL LE Arrive : Froml
3:40 pm High Springs and 1
Daly meiate Points Dily
125 ipm Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and :L it
*Daily1. Intermediate Points Daily .
2.;2 pni Paiatka, Daytona, Jacksonville, 2: 0 .m
.Daily :. Nor i. East and West Daily..
12:15 ani High Spriigs,.Wayerosa, Savannah,. Brunuwick, 12:45pim
Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily

83 Apm i Rochelle, Micant)py and Citra 55am .
Daly Daily

D:6ia ill } nt 7:2. ni
S. ex Sundal
Goig West or Northweet Travel vi a Chie and Florida Limite solid,
vestibule train Polulhuain letping, Obsneriatu library, D ning Car and
Coach.els, between'St., Angusie ani Cltlicago. Unlily lne night out "
Leave St. Augustine', .. ; ,. F, E. Ry '".' 7 50.
1Arive JA Rry ......... :. .
L ave 1 iftol nville, .. .. ;. *t '. 1: 09 8. a ,: .
Loave Jaksonville A.C. I. iJR... i i
Arrive'LMaont.... ...... .. i .1 '..' : :0pi :l
Leave :. ...,C a y .."'"
i Iw. .. .

Arr e Atlanta .. .. .
.L e a v e ,,A t la n t at . .. :.. . W.W ,: ; R " ". "* '. 7. 1 p i"
Arrive Chattaiooi 6..
Lemavo Chttan.bga .. N, <, i.'ity .'
Arrive NaAh. ... .... 10
Leave N sh'tle .u '. ... .;;s l,, I; .. I .3:40" il
Arr'ive lviv4villi .. .. 7 S
Leave vanrivile '

Arrive Terre h '
rraae l 1r h te t .....1.1 .. 8i1: A #

Arriv.o :ire tf
h i -trtaiu .s i ,stuan r of prt or tn u mger serie. fOr
reservations anti othir lnft rtint on lppl to Tsiekt AgW t F E C Rp, l i .t
gustine, or Atmlati, Coast iA ue olnli t IS W Bay street, Jacksonvill, Fl,
ntes e .eaie luege I' Wet, ood ove .00 miles of among tthe .r
Mp1al railways in thotiuthern iSats, are on sale by the
ThroUgh tilman siei'io e or l t Tampa to Niw York, vii Atlantid o
Lite also via Atlantei Coa .t Lioi nittidSouthrn. Raiway, .
For eoimp t .iitr atin.oall .. .
S -! : OODWIN, Ticket, gent,. Qainsvi

S, o r i y... ..B4T\. W T RK Trav ,
.I. ', IV." Bay' A trlWnildig. .lae tsninilh a, a ..
H. I. iRON6 Traf, Mgr. A, ."' ,t In P a

Ot Al aohua C ti t A t ot Co
INtip d%#', FtOR


School at 8 o'clock in the afternoon.
'jirt sPresbyterial Church, Rev.
Ths.. P.I Hay-Morning aeryice at
.Q:oi80o'look. Preaching by tht pastor,
S.Bubjelt, "Divine Disclosures of' Men,
iSuaday school at 8 s0 o'olook, West.
.imtnmter League service at 6:46. Even,
ing service at 7:80 o'clock.
Methodist church--Sunday school
:will Ineat at p80 a. Im. Preaching by
t hepistor at 10:30 a. m. Subject,
'The ospel ot the Eye." The, Ep.
worth league will eet at 8:,$ p. m.,
T 061ieninogeirvice will be!at 7:a.0
th aubjoot of the sermon, ",f. d
Fast the Good,l" -Th 4 new order of
service riiently adopted by the joint
( lenmission o.f 'the 'Northern afid
uthern Methodist churches 'will be
at these services today.
t te' Advent Christian Church,
L. W, Kung-gSunday "school will
eld 'at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at
ontlie subject,,."Tlhe Doctrine of
o Heaven at Death Ham Paved
the for Spiritualism That is Lead.
,ig I illo1ns to Reject Christ and
theBib Evening service at 7:30
obloek object, "Rogoneratiutn."
The usual services will be heldd at
S.; oly Trinity and St. Pat ick's Cathhelie

M'm ?I invitation is extended the'
blio to all places of worship, and
S stragers will receive a ,cordial wel-
o... ie.o .*
Cures Sciatic Rheumatism.
Mr. A. E. Sirpson, .50 Craig st.,
Knoxville, Tenn., writes, Jun 10th,
1809: "I have been trying the baths
oftHot Springs, Ark., for soiatle rheou-
matism, but I get more relief ftomr
Ballard a now Lifniment than any
nier'cine or anything I have ever
tried. Enclosed find postoffice order
for $1. Seid me a large bottle by
Southern Express." Sold by Johnsont
B ros.' .. .... . .
Death of Mr. Wiswal--Many Social
Events-Other Notes.
l Melrose, March 19.-W. N. Caldwell
and J. A. Remmnel left Tuesday for a
short trip ,toHavanal. . .
Th" i'.th ext'social tea at the Ladies'
Hall will be on Thdriday night, March
g g* .... .
Mr. and Mrt. N. Ittner .A.tlanta,
Ga .,paid asiort visit' to N'rih Morrii
on: Monday... : " ". :,"
Mrs' i..Dalington is entertaining her.
friends to a series of .very enjoyable
diner parties.
""Newly registered at th,. l muffmnlia
Ho6eduring the week are Mr. a6d
Mrs. J3 1H, lh8ight, 'Feekskill.N. Y.;
Dr. U. Minlilek, Springfield, fV. O Mr.
and Mrs. \A.-L 1B.hamberi, Oinoenisalt.,
S To. '( Parker, i. T, falt and P,. 0.
L'. ; .0airight. Titton, *i; W J. Presott,
.VidliGha,; (O. Rogers, .Li e Oa, .
L Thmaiy friends of W. Wiswall of
Shore, will be very sorry to
he aro .his death on March I). lHe
..was a regular te.r residenitt of" M*1'
rose for a 4 umber of yea ro hs
At t*henrgentroquestt of his, irnny.
friends, A. A. MoRae ham annountoed

foe Pistret 3. AIr. MaRs.
ply Y fil%.lly lte tnlly able to tll
gUsod bak ard a bI' im-

ai Writs

Ir IuR ~

tend to afford better opportunities for
her d!apli'of hat.
S Dr. W. 0. Johnson and wife have re-
turned to Micanopy from Atlanta.
The health of both the Doitour arid his
Wife ha been very minuli improved.
The Doctor seems quite himself again,
Among the visitors t' this oity is C,
W. Nelson of St. Louit, the Olever
traveling reprIaentativs of iallard'a
Snow Lintiment and other retimdies.
Xr Nelson has been coming to GainesI
villa for several yearsl, and hai tianty
S friend Iwhi re always glid to greet

8. J,. Purdee of Madison, Wie,, who
hi. been sojourning for the paitWtFtw
week at the Odd Fellows' Siantarluii
but who has been in South ilorida,
returned to this city Friday flight in.
disposed. He has many fritndti here
whowill regregpt to leart of lila illneg,
but trust that he wilil moon be out
aga i.,
8, ,'. -JohnMoni of -Hlawthorn was in
the city yesterday and mmadw The Sun
an agreeable call, Mr, Johnson hast
quitea curiosity in the forin of a
blooming orange tree, the tree hav-
ing grown from a seed pladntod one
year ago. Notwitihtandigi that, the
tree iniot more thaiin six tiche in
height, it contains several blooms, and
has been visited by a great many.
*T. .M,. Venabi" of A rridondo, the .ef.
filent niembenr of the Couity lifiino-
cratic Executiv'e Coniiittee from that
district, was aBiionKg the visitor t.o
Giiinesvilh yesterday. Mr. Voetabla
states that a burglar entered<
the store of W. ('. Beville at A.rre.
dondo Tuesday night and Oucceeded ini
making away with a quantity of
canned goods atad other groceries. No
clue hai so .fr been secured of the
guilty parties.
The Amount We. Eat.
W live inot by thie quantity weo eat,
no r the variety. lut by ,lhbat the isys-
tem can utilize. No matter low goodJ
or plenitlfuil y syst.eni uTiess .your digoationis jood.
So make certain that your food 'is
properly digesteld by taking a dose of
Screen's A ugust .Flower.before o after
meals. It will not only aid difg fis.6n,
it will Stirthei liver to reglar hsbliiL
s'eeten the stomach and pr ev.iO t 0on"i
5ttitaiont, Trial bott.1e, e, Wfig bo" -
te 71; At Johnison tron l ',
Young Mon of 8 nior Class, Esit PFOr.
.Ifai' 8emlna';, Eniteraln Friends,.,
The young' gentlemen of the senior
elass oil; I,. 8, h, tertsniwd their
yoi*ng lady amid gent.lerbiie' frind.e 4. Yr-
day night at the bhrra~ii with a heart

.T.he eooir sehemif of thhe decoivt ia,.

The.. T.parlor was' pr4totiiy dneoratM'
wiltiistrings ro ad whitand het,

swlifiirlly on to relied'rW tihe color,
wThe gaui f11 oilyifrom tho0 itr ee,
"01 0 tbw a't.s g O$ a eo
heart ets e*ed 7 Lwtia fotaib lor w..
The Mas.tU St#mn(p$4 :0 pia paiper atW

blanee to-but we Oatuot reveal state

A fortune telling galno WiIs played
by th guieasts lmoti1ig red arrows troui
a red bow at a hoartlpmsiiit d Ir various
colors. This tforded gjat nirpam .
iientii,and stholuts ',of itughter greeted
the fortunes won by th boys and g4rics '
")elhcat: r freslments ,wre served,
;each gw.est b being pLresented with, a
dainty white i knaik lecorated with a
red heart.
Vavors of red and Lhl't!, hearts ower
pihnued on the g(onl'iit, tie number in-
dlaiting the nuimbter of affairs tide
counr which ho or she. is to have dur.
ing'-theyear : :.: . ' ' '
Those jpreselit wereNI Mi'sii Ida'
Ilurkhlt, Nt il aid Mary thDOotit,
Noll l)omplloy,. Mabel1 l'arker, Pan1y4
liter, Irene McO'r 'iy, .r asie Irvatns,
and Messrs. AWeVst, Wh iney, (il0es,
lier.og, Zewadski .firt n.d uit mi.nd,
Shinunoni, (riihamt Taylor, Whitnlly
and Major Win'hel'r,
So Sweet and Pleasing in Tatel
1rs. C. Petersion, 624I Lake at., To.
pokas, Kan., speaking of lilahard's
[lorthoiinld Syrup, says, .Iti has
never faihe d tS giv outire satlsfaytion.i
ond of all cough rei nndiei it I' miy fat.
vorite, ar(dI u1 sit conllfess to >ily 'lilrry
friends that it will do, ailld has liiioe,
what in claimed for it -to ispeedily 1rem
a tough or oid ; and it is so swoont miii
in ploihiiig ill t tstll 26u, t1Oc and $1I.
bottlei'at ,lolhinoii .lBtrot,'
BOND It'iO~ 01 l051 V10N DEFEATED.

MissiBnippi Very Ddtidedlyi Refused
to Intiwn Obt.,
Liri:^ >nl .M ,^ .I l il. i*'.'.' fi ll,
Ut1, t i, i .. i.- ft l t!i f(i In .ilt bi Oi l tl ira
.thiy |iir'. < l F ti g l ti lh* tileka
sa, 4'i:r!! Iii l l ,,n i ,'hl, i a tch in "rtr irt !.
Uthe ru( '( I; JI'i, '{t now Wliln
,p;irirl, .,wl i dieti'itt',r-I ii, a vory rtecIIstt

Tilhe ini lf,' tl,.>tI. st ttlU .ta'x levy.
at- 0,oO.10>.i!4, anll1d . i error to l', 0i) t. o 4llmeet -'
t.l' tltn '.#x lt ,'i' ii rl ', 0I., in ,cftiB', 110O
ublild lln It 1"' -CtOtW't .do s .o.

Infinrnamtory tRheu,,aism Curadt.
William haHfter, briaktanB. of
D'ansonS, Ohio, Was -ortit)dt to his
bet irseverl week' with 'fltimal.o
.to r henitrttem, I w 'ed many teot)
edea," h. i ay, "' naily 'aII sti$ to
Mm.hia's dii sttn, fur .I bottle of
Chlitnberlfln' r ''. a1(tin t ' *heh
*tn 'i was unable to. *.. 4 .ln* .foot,
*n ms raeek''s tiritaT ..'able to t *
hitsppy at:i ?or sAie by
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B WortV roI I0 lERAlilYorPoi.^liiP ^

Consipti i t t -op .' PR.OM P"t PA ^ NVMI Ti'r o

"" wo eove"r0r thlsen ilii)rtarts points Anti, yer p tfully
auoltatitha rl3 ya1tir.iVblaitie.o ss, i,

Victor --A nt for the-

Victor afe and L 0cComp
: Qi*OAr:o geaoati, Q ,t6:O, ""
he Vitor'" is l the holt safe ilal anltl's artloa tni pla. ,
Sint he pu rc'. aas) of a iaie, ,or any lthilg. h that line1 4
froth mia h o to ahink bank.v t, will save th minio n.
'by con4l1tinig a. all oi or address, "

G'is ,yI & .Gulf..11 V. GI p;

Triii> Ttldo In offot t lllu n 5. .

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I' ^Wper boO, Ip Lan'Iol'-w Y ,hlt A*f fkt^mfia
It41 bing Maa 21 ann N are
itjoe to hear them aIre eo., tre4thent)1t againstit day ofp anZ
mito be present There ama ettl Preits and il1le l
,hd, 4miooton,,althOtngh It. wil l by baul atr -] eae;pter's ls ia,
1e Worth any resonawe Ip n art 4 ophrote4 de ands for me$
the esiA440teVontiUitie heore antileac oimpodaittl .
IihivO Ici doting ('0tl.t4tlld k cpiie,.' 0t. Lq^'
r wbe rs of the $tate already Maakio to hright'1, rottrns, with buo.
Iness wol aheadof Iast year Iny
to be regretted that this cam.g oods and angvrnturl ti pletthnisesean
mong emo0athshould have sellingg volume of ases t oloth.g,
k^m ^.fftqp,40'soutld hv
iwarm so fag. Teanid^es zdrugas&ld grodles.
p have disoosse' little of the ate. Avive Per Ton.
At tp e d lay, bt have ttln l Up New Y rk Machh .19-Leading e*ast
~~~tor ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i pato h hu na0lI a'r~lnufacturaro of bar. Iron,,at a
, nd planning the oppo ract aetingha have tallon
in0itneess t Oftl0Q. It Is to b eInto line with the ,renLt rise It soft
hattel anipaIgn wil ;be con- -mlinbi at the west anti *delem o
on b'Oter lines. n4 that the -unagtipawly to advance p1ies $1 pen
t6 *11O Optoe ,rM l kntor
01watnand tell tfpoeIs What Thet rade co4ditins wene 'io(sosea
t4an 0 do-ndO 'Otghats he atbe10igth at t ue meling, nd the
1w, 184I448 Ua 4 14)dta, t w as nUij that modl, of the

w ithait ulclI true, butr ift oih
0 hero eWil be only rtw.o or
4f 'aalny a Koltf'' who began
,oiunoemiost has boen made as
A4t0e, It it as -Bpposed1 that
tlid ilIOt be held In the coonu


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ihioTunesday evening, the fol.
resoiimendations hav' beetn

CfitWiago ar of the MtsliseiipI
,Is.ay' platform work at theo
11i(4)1( Ohautauqun was of a Very.
+tNi:+h o pne Its appeared on
pyognm tlhat ha givew) more gen.
qHttaiinctloio than Ir, Eugeuni
dO h aot; Searioro, president of
nrono aurmie, Mouitrie, Ia!.:
'ho leotiu;, 'Oomle Up Smiling,'
.iRgene May, -was -oat pi ter.'
(].i'{ist7ruotlv;', l+His phIos-
(Rie)plnessl> beautifully 'Xem.
s t t1il littire .oiaid kuep a
ho ,Moirii -blighted withi huIM.'koue
S We ho o havie hin with
0 Ir6.'.,, ; '',,': "t,
Ot ld Quse Pneunmonia.
MtoE Othi ati1 1 remrkalie esoron of;
)0,0pequtted on ith:e lhnge, oos
altm W i o hlisat of Mr. Qer
g ,,'un4 ri'h,ue, o. O, e
um. Start s The
ia a tglinOn so wekened
to ano down in weight fro
i trid a ouuldm o

|HOTTEDV 1"8N bott'lf

her of Jim-Crow Wittt MaOrytond.
Angers Cook.
taeQj4rpn^ o Wor.^ 4x^it^

4 Proper Treatment of Pneuionia,
Pneuminia is too dangeraus a 41, s
eawe for anyone toia*tipt to doctor
himlsef, alth,'ogh heiay have the
proper remeesa. 4 hi.nd. A physloin
should always be called. It huld be
borne I hitnd, bwver, tha' pneumO.
nia always resuts from a cold or from
af attack otft thegripi wdthat, bygl'
igtg Oamberit4in's ouoh Rermedy the
threatened attack of peuiona may,
be ward4 off, t.his remedy I s.1 ;
O metl a-(thth ie 'best reoultew
4hamberlahl's o outgh
EtiCe fr preYOribli 1 it tn 0oI o
fleeforpast8'(x yeara4se lb in
4a, of pneumonia apd Ve always
on the beet results." $o)d by all

, ;" ),:' : . .. :
" UI^re-gi O af, t srq. 5r% *ofo

Whol.... sale ad Retal


st o in.. 1 0 M 0 101USK $4.
too IVcJack so l 0

1'#4 ry. i All wOitr ,U11"% *

Prices R.weieahl ?tempt i 1e.
4+ '-+0 .--

Best ipi

1 ? *I 14/1 LJ I I1 1J IN (O! L.AJH

In 0 ':d or t1at, Large ow tSa Il Q antifttes
Imported Sea Iland and electedFlorida
SPlanting Seed

lRAB ITY* yro.m. e.eetribityt are becoming more
more to the world'spro
B6 tflo tryi U.atIng .e, sta r gr Our f.o..ities for supplying mo
'er tl e r,,o st. *W s. tors, lanmps, wirinA, and ,oie0,lo,0 a
WO fiilu obtaiable and *initlling them are partliaiT ly 4


Pries s low as to consiseo n te wt. i ,qa1ty
as oer on esp Wterms.e t on on 4 a1o
trtirs We pay ritj a. Write
f r loep Tl;OD :AY.


GAITHER & BRYAN,S $tato Ag'ts,


h cs n.d mourvb e d'cams
dt IndIgestion La rtnf
$gtau4h di0sord er ough
and Colds tivs inter than
ALL. OTHER zremedies,

w 0vr Ote the )tOl tf
;;.;^*;l-^^ ^ o^*:V^ 1'.',:rev ;

an iturn andattafghten whole length
S of haftittg and Pipe-Outting
1p to12 frehis
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P, H. WgSTGAAD, POp, and r .


Alachua Pool Parlors,
C. Biires, Poprleter.

Located. in the Porter Block, 5outh
Side square Three first-olass tables.
Good l0ht,, and prompt and courteous
a tviel. The publio- is ordially invited
and a6wiiBonio,

World's Fair Ro


WA:, HIGTO: ...>fA;.pOlO
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efflio(ett. If you want anything OlGa
Sp iai fromi a, psh butto i;1 to .
no, we are at,your .serve. e,

'GAntnsalE, LroarI4,

Can sell your city property, (Imr,
pro,'evd and unintproveod), phosphate,
trucking andi farming lands, Senvd h1im
a list of what yd offer for sale. 142m i :

Surveyor and Notary Public.
Conveyanueiig a SpeCiltty.
Office at Residence, 801, East Main
street N. P. 0, Box 314, 1.14-04
D E.N TI S. U.
[Successor toSeliger& Aiderman/
Oyer Dutton & Co's janl Gainesvi'e
Special attention to Crown and Hridge work,
Pbone 70-v.
Graduate Bhaltimore Collete Dental Suetrger,;
Five years' experience In New York City,
Crown, bridge work and FnitSpeoletstten. "
,ALL.WOi.O1 n.HANTlKn. -
OPYMo i. 1SMDI 0cAOK, '. (AINIsvu,i,,. D :
T1' E'WEST END,' .... ...
JO' JN M tENrilES,.P>roprietor.

Flaust beer, bottle and draught. Do 5
fail to eall on me when io JacksonVflie

Nc Arendl's Saloon and O|I'
Tackseoy ils F lorl.d

Merchant uie, ftr fom p m.
Bar"tholottay wlohester, al li.
p rt l WrawrgIer letr ot

Steaks, Fh, hops i e
to odet'. Pool, .:op8 laid ]
IP'itH!E *. liy,. 190 W.W Bayi'i i . .......

M IepIeto. agi

noteus *1

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lVp.... pg,,, ,etn, id re

',ar the Demof. tb voters of Alollu.
0p02 1 respectfully announce mllyflf
Sil p will aide by
Stheo4eonro the imna' to de
J,, il ROwB ROUGH,
*ollfited tby h n1 'lftt ends, It at .
nounce Biyseb f a oad Idate for Repre-
s entative from Alaoha county in the
next Ib.eisilture, aou jet to the. DIemo.
oiratlo ptrmard. it elected, the peo
le f Alaqha oan e olassured that,
i yheir interetl wil be well ta.
kqn dare of ,in our net Legislature,
tndi saball especially eteroiae uty in,
-Auenoe for the-, ena tent of a vagrant
law similar to that' now iti force in
Georgia, which has done o much to
solve the labor problem in that $State,.

c-s county in the next -Legislature,
s object tothe action of the D ocrat-
l10 primary, and solilct the support of
py fellow oitisens. Rbepeitfully,

eVi'-For iSh1iff. -
to the Democratic- Voterf qf AlNohua
S--I embrace this vraheod of aepres'ong
| y witriet aipir[iatio fore the con.
1tti you l'plod -in ru e OIt amd
ati o ily tro that date to thia ,
deace .h& noti -been betrayed; I hive
cito trvo ut, to the- ery -est o my
bl .1 ty, to do my duty,- kogar dle of
Vrtaua or the oofsduente t. myo
I.. *l:ir welll hitve 6unoce0ded T
Seto yu to j idge, I- have beon

i on I lve4, th. n approvalot0t.he
lfui citin."dt -of 'our
WIt for which ao trut l t -kftml
,.. ," naaiuOa" a.di te. for, Il o
-Of 8hoeW ianid wilLappreoiait upt<
S.ptt ,ad prdiitetie, if re-ule te n re
-. aIe .my dtihtls unfettered wis any
fbmlsie to special favprs, aiid ishll on.o
,ivpir in thu future, as in the past, to
dor4doty the bestIknow lio*w. Promi-
4ing if elected or defeated not to ibe a
e didate for the office again, Rethi
fullyll, I. FW. FENELL. -
tedet^Pliismcnliod Of aiin nioiling
14,as a oan f r o thiu
Stiity, std resp tfully soheiit vote
7r the nomination in the county ipr.
wary. Again thailiiking my cousticu.
nts for past favomrs.leepetfully,
T Hi. H WILLtl)D,
- o Afle)e-ocr)atl of Akichlia ('o Sannoune myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Alachua county, snibject to
Sthe Demooratie primary, 'if elected
: sll discharge the duties of the of.
flee to the best of my ability, and Bo-
icnit the Aupport of -Delinoocrats. iRe-
peetfully, W. o.h llAGUE.
For County' Superintendent of Schools.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the cotibe of uperi.o -
tecdeat of PubliO Instruotlion of Ala-
chis county, febjel-to thl Dermiocrarl
prltaaIy. sooJici, the support'of all
Democrats, anid protliaet if elec ted to
use every honorablti effort to advin sthe public shool interest of the cn-
-,. M 1' ty G- *N
t-hereby announce myself o andi-
data for the offlee of Ii triprtedentt
2 f Publec Instruetlon of AlachcAtcian-.
: y subject to the aotipn of the Demo.
static primary, &and respeltifle 1 solIbo:
support o all Demooratlc voters.
pestrlly J KmLLM.
si-am a datuidate for -the -ofoe of-

C lemoca tic primary-, and soblcIs
pprt or Dmoort voteM It
i Iwilv ,.favor' retrenchment
te pafyme 6f the school debt.

For Oloerk. Circuit Court. *

-As thttA Execuive .mh

non ivie' myeefa B R indfdfe fr(hr
I Coourt fuAlaba eounat. aaS 1 ollets
(7 ron ihe vote but t'he 5 ti ofO

dulti^ the o my1 4 tihf a4
^f. *.' > '* ; A.If e rlee f -L^. ^ M.I P 1 2 ,. .*i-'L .^'*tI & *e

I respectfully announce riyelf as t
candidate for the office of Tax. A~see r
ofAladhua county, subject to th.e em -
,crati primary. HIiting been appoht.
ed to fnout the unexpiredteri of my
predecessor, I now ask the good people
of Alachua county for their support at
tho, polls. I will do all in my power to
make a faithful and effliolent assessor
and to make a more perfect set of tax
books each succeeding year. Reaspet-
fully, WILIS V. COLbON
For Tax Collector,
I hereby announce myself a candi.-
date for re-noinatioiln as Tax Outleo.
tor of Alaobhua county, subject to the
Democratic primary. If I am nomiU
nated aid elected, I shall faithfully,
consoleptlously and courteously dli-
charge the duties incuabe it on tthe
olce, it respeotfullt olicit your ap*
port in 1 th coming campa-in. t,.
epectfuljy, W. .m IriNsON.
For County Cor mistionir,
I take this inmethod of annooinolnk
myself it omiitdate for County OtoP
imssiontir frt In Iistict No. 8, ,Ubjpect
td the Demincratti primary. If eleooted
I hall serve the p ople to tho bet; of
'my ability, exerotsing eaille l aire in
spoiidiog the taxpayers' money.,,
Hlaw i6ra, Fla., IMlarch 8, :W
Tl friendss ofM.H. hianghtor here-
by i lnouneell n as a catidldato for
Odunty Commissioner from, Distrit
No, 2, to sBeceed County Oomnmiipiloi
er Thad C. Bryant, who annlounttes
that hie will not be a candidate for re.
lentioln. If '.leeted Mr, Blaughter
promises a full and faithful admninis.
tration of the affairs of his district,
aiid aska the support of the UDemowrat.,
ic. voters of this diettrit.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for Coupty ( omomilsstiier from,
District No. 8, subje' to their, Demlo-
crntie, primary, and solii0t the sup.
port of tho votors of the district,
pledging ani: econonical and linpartlil
adininistraoin of the affairs of the of-
lice if elected. l{estiectfilly
A. A.1 M Melrose, March l10
I respectfully annomue oiyovlf ai f
candidate, for (,onty ((-miniisisioneer
from District No, 3, s uhjet, to the
D.)orcnratic primary, I elActod, (
I hall etideavor to sorve the :leo,ple to
th0 best of 'ny ability.
J. I-TO\VNMiSN1l).
('anpville, Fia., March 18 .

For Member of School Board.
The friend tof Obapt. J A. King, ap-
preciating his emiudnt qualihfleathone,
worth .cud integrity, aniiounie- him as
aaeindidattl for rnmembrer of the nehool
boa-rd frOi (iir toftrict o. ], tMid ri.
peI ttlily Solioit support of all who tiO-
*ir tlhies.t and wise expeiitiare of
eounly schloo.l undi*
'At the rqutest of my frietd: ae.
no0lnce myself a e itiaaltI. for retiOn-.I
intlion for minembhir of thein Bard of
Public I nstruction from istriet No, i,
and earnestly golict the votes and ini*
flioene o, all TBraat. at the .ri"
w*Vy tleotIn,., ,pledfiniK )mysl! if
elected to do all th it an for the ed.
usitlonat interests of the oonty.
.. i::, II WE .Kto.4 7
By request of friends 1 auinoncP
0elf, .a candidate for member off
ol Boa1d fto~in District, No:. if
epted I V0i faithfully and iminar.
ill hari tthe doutiof the 'of-
e otth bst of my ability. ,I re~.
4 yit solieit the 'mpport ritr all
Nort i ALE ..Awri


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ration Free.

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b,|tf '. O llt, uairanteed.,
Sprigs March 25, an 16.



t of Generad Interet Gath-
erect by Our Reporters.

IltHasHappenead id What Is Going
Happen Told in 6ho0t fragraphis
4 That He Who 'Run L May Read

sro with CusIimanU &. Hill.
sol 0a r losale at The 8uui
S nis Jion'Jtsale *t: the: Browft
111 TktoarO.f ,Live Oak i at: the

w ol'rd hte, test shapes.

4', 0
P rge Taylor o wntim. r was in the
p terday. lto ,
,4 eLsife .nsurtaines .aet
I 0asog~s W4) dor 4.lve for sale
teit mot be pd aidthis month.
f8. O irown;u of Ro y' PtTablt wabe

S'at)ig n the i'lty yesterday,
Subefore toahMintti yoUfr seed
S.liur4 note fa n li allmthowing ai
f arkllotk,- Marous Endel'.
Ulbuon'l. ^ R 8 mit Tbet, beat
oriarth, 3:oW.4Mvolluni A (Jo
`itbes > DBietll ostliaKiuo madlle a bhieft
'ius Iesa trip to th s( ty yostenrlay,
unoteri Love of 'Tr<*toi. wak amon
lh viselftora tovaliiito.tlh I yesterday,
Wlllom Bagaloy of Pahlmer was
1 !oga the viBltors to this clty yester.
< i'f 3 i --Elli Frpit Tablo, tire"
itbibEt on earth. J. W. MhOoiluin
Vblb Aiud styli sh negligeo bhirts-..
j o|( i" h. r." .Marcue
|l||.tiuter of lake View, a progre?-
Sa was a visitor to this city

t of Wiltstoi was in the
,llyand mud,. ll'Ii} Sun ai:
-Il : .1 *'

n! a .,

'et boaen aed from io. ,.
. Thel.y ar prepared to

'!.lator.of Ha gue was ,i1
Sy.etiltrday aiid made The 'Sti
eable call.*
fobrief bt Itpleaaut visit, to
S MaIntoish, '"..
a you seen th, new lHeywood
lw eiartI, the best in the
U ISM ',l ot l, :;. :" .' ^..". .
tt Qo0i, Wheri she will 'vliit

Iva 'iaili has returned from' a
_ : sito hxer, friend, .uMiss
Siiita'lintd eln a.. A, it:,
we l 4,w among taim

0llarleasso'ight shirts, liairidome in
4jolity, cheap in ptric. Mrearis
T, P. Maynard, a e'i tF, Danrmer of
AlaIiuswae sia tati business to
thiser ty yesterday,
gVerYb- y rdowaw we 'take the best
wagtr. aor tihe'mony, Fi nrlda,
7Beat 8lon&Sol), sun-wlmiu
Pr. J. I. Mcihse trte ls returnd..
frorta edar Key, :where li he was su,,
m ned o) 1,roiessibnal business.
he rpideance of H, L. Montgemy'
elinM tappy~ %s nearing completion, it
jis odieNl 6f convenience and comfort.
HIon.,Walter G. Robinsion of the ot.
ton diepament of H. F. Dutton'A
made a brief business trip to Oadil&lac
yesPterday. ;, '. >
The ladles are invited toa my Grati -
Millinery Openitng n WedneBda r
Thursday and Friday, March 2, 4
and 2s ,8 ''
Mrs. Dryditle departed yesterdo
fora visit ta frtends and relatives ae
nrineess. Shexipcs Lto be absent
One beautiful lo two blocks below
G. & G. depot formerly owned b.y W.
t. Thomas. :an 'be bought for 80i
oah. P. W. Parker.
The friendids of 3.''Turner of Levyy,
vill' will regret to l'earin that he it
Aariooly ill, but Itrust that thero will
soon be ohane for the better,
F. fl, lyatst, agent of the 'Oalfes-
y1lle and Gft raillroad ai4 ani ,*
round good ^ ab of O~l:yat, was a
visitor to Qaittevili yesterday.
Garrett V. Cac beraain a of 1somal,

a .d imade The un an agreeable call,
on ttiNit, o i li; .len herO'

R. L. tMon gomeryi aieniher of
,the Ios oll of 1904 of the Atlanta.
Oolle eotfPhysialan and Surgeonst
at1d WMill ast with hlisl'father in the.
praote of modloirle after his return
in April.,
The lO, T.U, will hold its regular
monthly 'btn isiness meetit at the
reading room Monday afternoon at 0-
o'elookt. All inambers are urged to bei
present, ,a the abouhpl eleeti 6 n of ofil.
oers ie, to be held. .
Duwpot O kalks female insrtrel car
paead tIroa gh. l1i ?iA yet y er
route North. Ih "Aggregawtioni, which
ls one of the ,rottet st ever seen here,
appeared to taa'll audience of men

ladles' Ideal .kid shoAes' 'whio ;we will
Sel t ieer old for less tha
$38.6., \Wo hav> other values for getn.
tlleen,,.oy, and children in our shoe
department. L4.' Q, Smith,
(iteoge O(i"bbone' of Aro0er was as vi.B
Itor to this ity yesterday. e l a
imebor 6of tihe campaign poninlittee of
the Couity Doehtiooratio Executive
Comnuittee, and oanme to attend "he

We have deolded to niake. t A lean
swoop of all our glansware, earthen*-
ware anid stoie 'Jars. -lAny usetoler
d4siritoga'bargatia would do well to
call e arly, as th1. goods nmsat to and
wit go in the next 80 days. O'Donald
& Sitdr. 'ofe le
W. M. Bradford, one otp P ldrst
and Wnos.t widely' k.non oltise s oof
Ga(imniile.. has' decided to run for the
wflloe of 'cty tattttlesAor, Mr. Brad*
ford isn competent an, And: In thed
event ofl ielleotn ii will o dout. bt
make a ,ffin meial,.

eItif.'ws. A..'eD m inu :asl .un N. A. lali.on
werr amoigt Siea :tttt .phisnti tori,
o this city yesterday. Mr. Oalluson

ise just reeelved sme, e thiproved farm
'tmhuty wlsiph lie propdses to m se
to advantage out Sprnlg park Farm, of

Sprue ine, .Ala., ee. 1. 1599"r.
lS -W Dear 8ir I apent tat
year mi your oily aniiwhile there yori

reniedy was r eun ded to znei A-
phuhasyed 'oe small bottle 'of yur

dsr,, )ash td .ishv.lai, cremis al

*l^siWeeand tuol-n backs, trhrum

firm of
rll a ;idl at

l.^'i>!!p^ I iiot
Past Season Amost .sneqe sfui terrnm,
The Tentloeth Century 0lub will
Me6at th i.4enoee of Mrs. W.;I,
Jobhntofl M day, afternoon at 8.
o'ok, wi'ith .Mrs. J. Lt Kelley fas
lead r. '. ,
If double with weak digestton,
belhi or sour stomach, use Ohaim-
blat1i' $toac6h and Liver Tablets
n you r Wll:get quick relief. For
sall by alldmiggists.
SMr. and Mrs. i.. B. Peeler. of South
0,ainevlle IaetrejoIcing over.the birth
of bounciing baby girl, which came
to brfghtei"n 'their home Saturday:
turning. Frie.ids are extending con-
P. S. F 0rtson o^ Newberry 'was one
o te oroi.eunt West Enders who1
paid the county capital a visit yester-
day. Mr. FortBon is receiving the coln.
gr4tulatiodt upon the arrival of a flie
baby grtil at ls home Friday niglMt.
Te finest lecture ever delivered in
hapter & John 's ii Hall in Mieanopy
ll be 4livrde4 there 1Monday .nght",
1t,8 by tlhe lon. Elugene May, the:
last Alkaheft attraction of the ea-
on. The leto willbe onthe "Pair
sloi Play."
a'nteI P. 'Holmes :& o ,,:brokelrs in
stookls, grain and cotton", Baldwin
block, Jflkion ville, ;Fla. Spedlal at-
teation 'to lodal securItles. 8, efer to
any bOank in JolisonviHle, Orders exe-
outed directly on floor of New Yoirk
Stock ^3?hange. ,.-8dtf
SMr W. LeGrande will hold her
gram.a4 iii ery opening qn Wedeia-
ay, thwrday and Friday,' March 28,
24and,26,at' which time there, will be
on display one' of the finest lines of
'Easter hat ever seen in Gatiiesvtile.
Alson sumi hats Bihd bonnets in greit
A. plean tbaa social weld
thie hoin10 Mrof Lr B. Ackley, North
(ai1evill, Fjriday. evening, for the
bejneft of tje Second Advent Church.
Theaffai wa a social and financial
sUccess, the ,treasury of .tie church
bNing onsiderably enhanced. All
who attenduid report a delightful
tim e,-' ... ,., '' .i.
Aft era brief viqit to relatives in this
city, J, 0. LFontiisee, city editor of
The Florida Tiine -Inioii, retired to
his duties yesterday,. Mr. LaFontilee
held the: position of city editor of The
Sun for inay years. te is one of the
inolt eampeteut young newspaper tenh
In the South,' and hit work is appre,
elated, '
Monroe Venable of Kanapaha was,
transacting business in thiis city yes-
terdaiy. Mr. VenableI i one off the
leading young business men of the
oounty,-and has been very asuoeesfdl.
He isaenmber of .,the firm of Vun-
able & Jones, mAninufac0turersi of 'liw-
bIr, Ad Venable, tieese '& Co., naval
stores operators. .
Among the traveling men who reg-
.hterutd it the Brpawn Ho00e yesterday
wali Ohti ,J1`o4t rog who I epreiseting
Swlft'& :O. Mr. Roleo wa's at one
time tihe leadt iig mtgeIaNbt 'of )Pak!a,t
where he now owit fine property. i
w0as onmpelled to .?lliiiqal'u li buis-l
ines8 on aiccon0 t of il health, aused by
Confinement, Mr. Rogero has malny
.friends in this sietilot.
L HullHirepreseitig J3. P. Moyer
A&Col, ,onamlt ionamerihantsof 'Phil-
lelphlia," purohiad ,hei, oarload :of
cabba~g loadedbd by- M. '6Ramnsey.. aq
o. which mad'la tbl su of FTri.1
day, an4 ha .esoonied t sal e to hi*
Irm;.T ..This is 'the se"ion e^ : a "c f
oabbageproduoed by Alaobui county
growere this s"i snd brptgit A

:iii :tad de!. in; lhot s i5 dd
iwelati s bladder truhlsi in,

us .. wawp5. p.e ~ e ie6
4t1 city is ffthn- H, A^ c of
alatku, who is a gueit of the cty edl
tor of TIhe 89. Mr cldKuIe Isela edi-l
tor and proprietor 9 'The 1Palatk
Times Ierald, the oldest gnd meet 1l
fluential weekly newspaper in zast
Florida, whloh is:now tIits thirty-fifth
year. Mr. MeKenple i si deep And
forceful writer, and hiswork ii' qpled
largely in every paper of the State.
10e states that Tallaferro, Olark ,and
lHolloway will carry Putnam county if
the people e rto be believed, for the
sentimenit 'is With them,
Attention is directed to the adver'
tisemen t of0. 0, Ped rick, man nlac.
turer ,o,f bugges ad wagon, which.
apipearS elsewhere in this Issue. Mr.
Pedriek has beert engaged in the man-
ufacture of wagons for many years,
but only recently added a buggy depart-
mitit. His reputation .as a wagon-
builder ta one of which any mwan
should feel proud, and upon this repu.-
tat6on alune lias bult up iagnifuet
trade Eil.ts ,prbduetionfrom the.big
igy depalrtmenIt.Oare equalJya tsw" ,,


.tw GOODu.S

:lPeronal atltention,.to,
all Itaitter in this line. and tlegrapli Or-
ders promptly attend-
ed to.:


: "Florida


amin ie 'lreaay enoyingy ale traae .. ,
In thin inie. Pedrick's nltM-6e upon"a'
toe *or its qimtliy, afid those who bu l
them are his best advier.isers.

C opies and large "' 1Main stS ,first corner southtlidr P. 0,o

F slJ PoreciYi- f i ty Open Early and Late.
F" l shed Serv ice the BEST.
a o" ro e) .* ( ,": '<
o r M n Famous Continental oysters.
o rome and drip oee. Weasterh stq la ,
oth me" I i/IfllD AI Xt~'l SpePial attention tosuppers, for.
SMIt'B ^ ty or less plates, Special orders,
TTUD O ,' v;'Vlll 'regular meals. 'Try one of our
1 E. Uplon st., meal tickets. '
Galnesville, Florida Southern uen Phone No.

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.en.Skirtsworth V.50... this.. e.k

i dozeni $kirtAs, worth $3.50, this week
at." ......... ..... .".$ 1 8"

1 dozen Skirts, worth $4.50, this week
i ozn Skirts, worth $5.75, this week
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i0eo pai'di Shoes, worth $2.25,this $t.'0^-ifl

1.5 a w$1.75...., ..this week.. .;. $

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