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.
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Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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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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ortmIAls hS b t riaAnother Ir
Iforthit0 o 04,harrged with M hOPE Tv .A tac .th.

AIDIN JAPANESE "saf possib.ler oOPEO0 N o'*.1
-, e military. guards: have been dis- rmperath iveb n oltrtant, the ,cen
Think Japan's Sl tep l throw hit thelty, although Stlly & Co., UotS Brokers, To ti' out^tndg teret .not 1,i h
B t J hP so tar everythiing rs, quiet. (klj. uPpId tt> )0 ,ntat 'rla, A AataoniiwU
1On Coast Of China. ---- Oet Straight Shortly. fromi DianIel .). SuIlv was road in
Berlin, March 21.-Tho Frankfurter -- which he Saidt he hoped his embhar.
SUPPORT TO RUSSIANS Zletung today says their Russian gov. "MY SUSPENSION IS TEMPORARY" rsnosmuen was only temporary, and he
S ernment has pust ordered 3.000 rail. ...... h in'dt o trBunutlo in the near t'nturt
New York Hold Meeting and way cars in Russian Poland for delivy. Declares $ully-L.iverpool Market The c 4d Their Fatherland in t the next six mo-nths, .Peels Effect of Failure and Prices fro" a points lower to 21" pIinl hllt.
S. i a arch iold at 1t ,40, May at, 1 3t.0,
War-Other News from the St. Petersburg Marcd 31,-Russan Drop Mateialy-Another Broker y 0 to 170 a Al t to
Hostilities,. troops continue to pomr iutl north Ko. age Firm Gobs to the Wall, 13,12.
9rsburg, March 19--1;30 pD, rea. They are In excellent condition, o ,1rk. March 2.,- ly stlspe
veraments's ,prtvatt inforrma- I iL said hero that typhua, fever Is saii oliy tem>rar, said tlafnlel Now Orleans Cotton Market.
ot completely reas'urin Ias raging ainpg the Japanese forces. ,Su. ttn i r t NoW (,)rlrs. March 2l -rtnaal

regards China's sincerity In observing
Sa neutral attitude. Secret advices in-
dilcte that at least a powerful party
, the' Chinese government is abet-
the Jlipapese, Although at first
ili-tant to credit these reports, the
itdence that thi Japanese contetin
Sdene that he Jjjpanese contem-
Splto ianding, on Chinese neutral ter,
ipry ist of tie LJao river an4 17,-
4 .eare being held especially. to
vt eloptents in that direction.
eover, tlh e mperors naval ex-
Stai have t\een tudylntr earem
th a asP to ;wk rb Vice Ad,
1tllogO' ,le et is ealtlig and pro-
ing ietwoen its appearauce otff
Arthur, are becoinlng more and
wonvinced that it is Using as a
a O.. .fpit ott the Cb inesae oast.
eIa11h l idappearance not a word
i oft' the lLeet'a whereabouts
.rappears ..A Wiculation of
d distance show it Is quite ia.-
Sfor the Rfloet t'o aean to Nag-
r',4r HrBhlma, taltng on board
d ammunition a ndtome backl
I certain the Japan4ese war

Iv e7t7it u at sea i.''the
of the prevailing rotigllh weather,
h'e i a4 tiay are using Cheitillpt,
W I Or some other placo on theo Ko-
t'en coast f6r this purpose Is reject-
as It,.believed that if{ sich were
th eatse the nuinorottu secret corre,
Spondents and secret, agelt.s of hoe
Iisua;ians in Korea would certainly
I ave reported the fact. Whereby by
tproesa of plimination tho Russians
S.ernm compelled to arrive at tihe con-
Celsion that the ,ve.*i4f 4of the Japa-
t nie flertt must lbe refill.ig thotr hunk'
nrf in soo Inlet on llioe ChlInes, coast,
either on the. gulf of Liao Tlung or tMie
Sianll Tung peninsutla, M') fr' frfm
ports and i nhabittd centers that 'the
c'twresriMndenlts are unable it t.t wind
0 0 1. it.* '
'Viiett dwindling number qf, Japanese.
b'lt leehips a..ppearint ofY ot .Arfhtur
W is ntreailpg the coil'SvtIOn that many'
of tliem have had tO) put. back to Ja-k
pant for a tltorqugh retifting
Now, York, March 21-,Resolutions.
.' l"ging support and extending to the
Iit u, iai leope in. t tir struggle with
th Japalnese were adoptedd at ia teet
tnz here of A.aeti*aanl eti s e vth' ortigit. While deploring the ne'
; co sity of taki. a up ,, the reolu.
Fftiona sKtate that the li (icriberl re.
sen-,,re thobeight to commit tmthemelves
to any cause, td *atppor is oAfered
Ixu la because. .
." FIrst, we arltemly' cotvinced, that
the Ituasist peoi"e are waging, it wiar
el ft d fene 'ai,4 not one, of lon.
qu t -
"btcond, we :reogolze that a atioh
throbbinl With vrility, and ambition
like th. iRHila naotiok htust bhve
Pan outt to .a tce-r see board .
"Th rd, we. ae not uainindful of the
etw in#Ag ierSie e 'whlch .ti.e Russlan
people' had raidered -Oe cauo e ot
^^-%flri+htry ,; .. ON ..:. 'Ow. ...
WnIr*t anity. Ltd
arr'th' We mait***ia that there iL
i,*1 the Ital.-i peii. t an t i.he' .
s to .reed ft-ri e .lit l htastri aa4'

St. Petersburg, March 21.--The
daughter of Admiral Taugo, the latter
having command of the woodon Ret.
vizan, predecepssor of tho present bat.
leshipl has vWritteh to Admiral M.alk
aroft saying that nearly 0i years ago,
while the old Retvlrs.n was moored
in theNeva, her father noticed au ob.
ject floliting toward him and folind
itt i1)0 an Image of tho Savfor which
bad remiatled 1hi the Tauibe faillty
tince the di tnantling of t he old o hi ,
Taoe daghier of Admiral etautbe tiOW
eunds tho imago to Admiral Makatv
roff, convinced that It vll kei'p le
baui.leahip fromI harim In tho tit.Alre.

American Interests In Japanrt
St. Potersliurg, Marchli 1,-3 30 ) pin.
'."Thri) rel'resotnatlonii of the l(n1i1ed
States i mitse to Japan, Mr., (risvon.
cotcli'fitttg AntItI'I can inturuosts by thou
crt'atllon of a Jap()aln e tobacco mo-
nopoly, wIll, the Noveo'Vri6mya say8,
shrpitet Aiierlcan-lJalpan rolations. It
conilhers the tobacco itionnoploy ab6o-
liteily nicesssairy for Japant, unid pres'
tent conditions fvt her lhnanioes bhut
says the compensation claimed by thei
Americans would mIore than 6att up.
the itooinitt front the moiunoplly lt tit
fIrst year, thus cr'atirng for Jiapant a
BltIMatioit the "full nmealning of which
it Isa probable qtilte ap'preeiltedt. at
Waxli hlton."
STle artiy organ pIblishes a order
Oftlle day (sliued hy Viceroy Alfxitl'f
'threatening t'he most asworne t' alltitl
tigaiilst soldlorrs injuring private prtp.
arty or officers pteriitting t hte lia tii


Heroic WWork of Firemen and Tugs
Saved Much Property,.
ie'wv York, Marfrlih .--T!hree Stand-
ard (1i'l &otniah!hy tlWgs, two 'fire boatal
and thee entihiiro 're d<(;partiment of
Etizabethi N' J., were re'lhtiltionid
t:hls i' morning to prdvent the spread'
of anin oil l:fir whilt0 cCau s i i oss ,o4,
thmated at $2q0.tO, andi'l threatenv'dl
with 4lestruictli(, the toxtinslve til
works 0 th6:i ineho 'it.erymnoer '001-'
pany, at- Ilhitoei ort, N J, and tit
neighbo)Tirf pjlaints4 a.tid tluibier yard.
Tht firet was. casi11id y ily potantUllul

0p readtihlg intoL the main plant,.
w'which consists of eilght oir telif bauidl-
lnags and i doten bilg oil tanks, the
fire becam it s) hot th. flremntnm ntoltld
only I.bed their efft'rts. tot k epli.g 't
wilthlitu> i'mudis 'w 0,-1 tip'kse.Xplodstd1
ed spreitding their' itainig contents
in all 'dtirec.tijiu. V"ortinatielyy, the
wlind wa)i blowing l,,from the northwest,
Carrying thto flnes 'and ignited oei
itoe 8tatl Island. soun4.
"TwO. tchtooners were .tauk1.' outi' into
the soi' td to escape tihe l. ning,
that('a 1ftela d a trot tbhe watiirs
River o. hburnlng oil'bean iltwing
after 't"ie 11l directlkotutt
cross the property of the comiMnpny
wlrtiiic rnt the .wate. eiidg ,
.A hange 5- -#in5 weuid ini-i, ,
rie4 th)i o %re ctlry jlao iabeith'
Port, ad probably eatuse& g reat losk,

A seqierqae 1 % t Z'-The
ta l tiifsert4, Oftth ~ .ta Fe rali..
to ahes heri bhat mtee et em
ate. TIhe ti"'1 c0aiot be stimate4
One hundred e: ar t'rot'l I out o'

**L ale**4 ; all ed': to s ta + P iI

pansiots of whose thiii tihook the siwc.
ilatilvi WOilil d t't'iaiy.
lie Iliiitado this .dclitailath upon
rvi hli. g t il ii)it lone after a olInfert'neo
at0llM hs olftcesi ete:.ding lati mbo the
night ,
d" o no)t caro t'o adt A. thhing to
ti) t sinmipl stitittil t.i t it e 6 tutlliletl,
"'antiu shall n ilhavo iny I fthtrh atelat
Ioni. to iakli' elthioer todidaity r-
day .
Mr. Sully iwast no twireo dowlcst'
tha.u he was oexultaut a. iitw t(fy'it ago
whil thet atnnoltiitiediet wns tuilad
that..l ho bad iiloitUh t illonfil.tirntilgli thti
exc'(' lingly higli- rictt oft eitltOto li
would not il ts i ihiltiiillt1hi6l that
tlhier nilflhi l*,ittv( ti' t trthtt'ilKMiy at
so0ni1 putlit tiiontg tihfi tri'lit .tHor
would lie tldi',ate how "sot itl' iixpiectl
*tdl i. I e;millitlv oit"'rilt ions T'i lliti otH
bets o(' the' *(,'>;ittqn l.'1chafl go w 'lt hal
L int ffircl wilth lD intel ttlilly &t' .,
held a otiin g lIfttr te( oe' utf btlls-
iess ini i t tht' .o i gortiti l'iiitl t roiniin
tfl' (ti lv idlifngl o l i tt)Alicitis t the ti
Il t(4, 'lihe'y t'da iredltti ol tlinh' sits.
nlOit ti p V wi l t I liti' i fWCtl 'h w 1 t41 Ail
viet'Wii 'lt.ltty fi tiact t t wo ii tl' i

cas!4 Itirh rfait ir wats ta ihad iten.
It wa1 dItl'd' ti' lii t I llIpoi liil a t (10 ',
liltlhtc of t1i o i ilnig lirikt'rs, of which
Jlolti Ml F il(i(dd w'as thil' ch airmaiii.
T'Ihc'y visltild. tihe offl .of, If ii1ly & r' ,
Mill nalliid a foniial linqiiiry as to Oht'
itloliliti of cotloti i ollnit lutal which ilth
ilriilt hiil o t i nliiilg No N tifiormiatlion

O "ll I' itlO 'r i> l ll< ."t lalnlll .ttitla l l f
\us aninettl e, a s ftn'l ltro is bu't>

all wo ill. \\ iahWo d I ho In
forilationt hliowi t tha tii lly il4.W i
not l holod 3t0,00mul) bal<( of Cotton Tli
Iamil nt Ili a f cti lesrong. n tInitl, I Rlli
Sgltttd to itiy', eniil i'lef n utn r fiil 'nl>t
Ipllattlon. it wai thlim Ol) tit o Pf' all pi es-
nil at il* mireeln tin. tilift i4 tsaflei (wtl .
matiae of the tholltigs' r Mr. tolly,
would e about .,uoe t0es,

ltodiiy hlii& ud te iit t A tlli ti,' itof ithe ftll-t
,it Whouldl th1i1 It i' wi i.t4n4 rCawloln
shile bOinittd the c r tifn : will tott
fari6 i )o bidly a: inilight ppear., aiti
Mr ,ltllyia hopful vii,, w ri aregrond.
* d o thlti promsi, .'

S L.ivirpool Cotton Mirket.
I'.ltvirpool Mertt, '21 TMim ootton h ,te this imiornbi.u trfotiitesd a
iltuely .appliaranle *In V.,W I tih 8Illyn y
cra 'i.ih Netw 'York, ,lt'r '' it b's io t an'
fonetItOd, u#tit after Ilt. !tiurkltW hail
closed ytlrndy., "h( r'tt li. tw riti
balcony of b '.e ehais". 'vert tilled
with nlookers atid .i t;: g the'Il; imwere wain i tr', the ,open.i
flta neli :rang .:-Th.'y, ti. attv vnet'

deos .tti e., ot t o 'tlh. olint
The market pene s. 414 lpontit,
lower .
Tlbe low polIt. wa ri '" .' in Ithr

, rn;ttilti,. ct mi i ed. tui't l" o' l'irtIi .1 ,'
hir intt t aetivet is '>ai-4ty.
Ashths tO 5miut 'fbttt, "w' t

uSp* t)( i4 a)o k i ..,it a i, nit ,
or# I.ha + thre .e tit es I1' h-,'w

it( that ba tLf t br fthe hot.'.., i e -
prie, ;Ilig!l
','atti* i," ,I .
=I S I r ^J= I=,
li'i~l, !+ii:!!;'-

iutert'' att tledl to the opintilg of )
the 2toiiO llmarket today as a s itt ilt i
,o' toi' Sully (lahli aluld whei> thel I ell ,u
rlg lthi'to w as Ain l tiliutullt'y ilrgtg
Crowil of b rokte about the ring, I'
Toa. nilirkit ollelneld (~tuialty bhXt tx It0,
cl Til. Prik tc wort i ldownt i (1 0 tinll
Soon itlftor th.o fh po i t li(nl dt o titi ll l )p Tie
wt'rd tolhtelny (evelop(d. nd a rcrio ,,ap
advanced ititit NI Niaiy wASt 'Ipoint thatI
-hi.ghutr' that ) At'.t 1iil At l 1),80 awit vutl
Jufy W < 40 .titt. higher atr i l k 1 do,
Tlh. avillm wmiy 11 \v1a 4t y io 1 o a ,hi4
inirpl(hfll.y g. d 'ot, rpv o l liro l l .t .r
:,Aft". the IlCth'o Wh lifi' Imu fi tit, dhtr'
Now Ypork .iitAhtiye wt)i'iolateti arni tho (f
l it l illiithti 'et Wiis tlil l. inii to tiow Iho will
idell w ii a wtit h t t)iWill t Mit 10 .lowi to o xiw i
.i,!t5 tilit Jily"-tett, 0,i ii 0' l. 1i 'flme
riiin l 1w, tl.ias till y tO htil twouin c tttith
cissho of Sully' tilu Ti h -. 'ri
TiOO' Aniw, hoewotr. Mut'fi, ieI woulh (I,

cully ii (nlT .llh'e.l( i, R


The Arhans I.M on Must it'pled Oine tIt
Yea i'nad aa Day In Print. idtay
.'Moiplils. ,il2t'Ai ,21. 'A ipocilltl to e1

Tih ct'hli ir I'miiil Ill i.n'Ark, Ulit"
"'F.ltai'l ,I tilgt Jai.ub Ti'i'Iu thr to.
ild y i>M el o t( itci(+a Ulpnl lhi tlir a
Ptoil sht al. atil y 'lil'tlt o 'ippors, o' i
'V i'' A'Iti e o i Atih'tI cuirt of ti(st Id)
aty to l.titl (it la t t'agro wort iiIo I t,'t 4.
thl' t iit tiill o l Iit 1 v ll- !.m 11 t i
Wl ift', lit ill iul I' tietol ti '' il

ph'. w lti 'i c t.( yti t ll r itt'l l it .t i 't .'
Allt h Iil tanIi. ti Illyinlta rui t, ic i .I a l'
a(Oc ', and' NV itw 1 he IMf.mKt '
10 tt1li. al .l t li M( ; <,
h ri r nd- t i>ke ll o I ii u n H ij 1;'0 ). : u .su 'l .m

tail l "*. M"A l. ioy 1., f ('.ill it'd i.- ,iO f !<0 ,

t.i't. hg, tiw .t ii.ien i th i i- ,ti '

rM ill caii n t is l p tit ai plt'i -ti''iuo
oin the u rdiitali u >.ithtet that I nI(i ot i te

to wh (nh.hit


Whit Ptrion DooArs Openedr Wrra(nt

SMauon, fi. M rt'lt 21,'1+ Mitni l '4 Iftl -
rwt Hiedge. uti ll4y. oJtletfe Phit i* f'tlph ,'to r 'lfeli'o
fr on (tniistdly WVard I iL.oott l.hit
youngg meI wIb.I.e i eljt t i,1 hl r liri' ttf
st eulitatiot brir>ghtt against i.i it tO
I'Ialoidctrson tliunty, North t'ipsolid.
i146 At 1ii, t000io'e 4'lfeck t Wa4t '1 t from
i'overntur Trerrilh .aot received bhers
aind ,rved ifat' ttn nis e tle itlir, in mt
th '.om ti L tan' W*t K 'inot r'lite d. *'
He ali'. it he l .(heilt i sl o ae r n til
ftrtStst r*btil hlittet .o e 'ir'uritaue Cin

eopany !whie lroi,; neorK'at t lri i;
shelled A tti.rwti. wit a nIt iikrt e'
:laito tai'i. ti'lU'i: toiln'- hi o1 a iut~l tiks
W f@,i( ^ t ife ;t(iiti h.r*" .iettI i it t^'fafei.

P '.itef* ii t L ayee l .i.a Matt is
*f Fgrmuii y l '-reu', .
^t^.^Ma.s Ms ^B4i t ;,-4 sped.



Big Land Battle Reported To
tave Boeen tFotit,
1,800 JAPS PRiSONSltA OFl RU88(A

Battle Takeln Place ei OYeu River,

vs f 1
seat of
S't. Pt<
-The go
tion Is a


Oeven Oflcters and Twelve PrIvatoe
Killid ai-nd Maliy Wondfi,-l.
it lt, Mi a tV h 2i1 i,, Colonsi Ainetw.'iefls .1 :1

ortfi f'ri tli, FilthlfIfi% ltere M 'arch 1i,
Tlhe (rlenitiett weuris e~i ,td to retreat

Com tMtiathdlit oigntanpp with a
,llf ii t ,t w o :. hI. .s t 1if .!ff sil' 46
". voyt men advii anted aihea4. of itt'l
ain, l ily(Y oVqirt toi i the li tiy's
van g.iotr-d, whth had itit pe tetdly

,i ta. 1.t',e r w( 4t 'altti t i .wo ,t'do. 1 I I h
b ? 8t0,4s fore,4'' to fittllrS, to intl I .,:'t
,ti thu us end 19 ,l Ivat '::~elh sldo '
0*b <,l ( au t ..two;pr 'iate w tnd' 2
'iit.e light ,istcurre.) -aret. 1t3

Mf t i+ 'ot$t whetr (O seMatpi was p ;r

l**it,!' '' d tll t h ht*st t hadl 4 '
r'Iitt, giii t ti low IaM g menes
tareo i a ttack the before.' lste u fi

New Y*ktl( t ; alett aL. P, as i

!tiom euito p hiI t ; 1 4 W i e
Wim riiv.,. ai ni, **. prf ga

J ful l.,l start Wi .

this foot (4 'the "a

Var Correaponcient 'Rtfused by Ja'
art to Accomipany Trte0ia,*$ol.eore
n Manchuria In .0od He0ith.
lh Foe, March I, Or p. at-A prt
o ditspatchl rtewvldt l r6 froni
iliden stattts that a batito ha. talk ,
ItIl<'o on tI i Yi'Yalu in whlt tiheO,
ilaIs cl.ilai to have captttred A4,800

Nk014% Marh Sl..hlititih mit-
I rirtlos to oidorpe tltq appltia'i
otI latis, tHhe et" oh r ent A
i ialy News., to 01;0040 ttt00,tiOi ,
twse armynt, agttg als hut rueat09
.I.htholm rt ito u .ftt t..thte hl ':
Idti'iug) 111(orr'th w tw llri t'wr t .r

iomentst or th rthtltt u n minter
Ihe c(ouinttl y tho* reii', laRa .
, tltirt i!t he. el tchiedtfrm tiltl ,
(iototo with the titruy movaitunt1,

U10 com'tti to arrtvliortv It tCit.
aiu. inutHio Tho health of lthe
tit,) 1 gt, Se.

usdia Wtnttt Proteetif in Chin.

cint at LTltsiftt will arrive At ow
n g toniiht (I it repoirtedi the
>.|t .HIt, s lIll h ahi'tVte H a oi t~ t ak4h 0tu. a ,-..,1
w h the 1 jt'' Of 0tl'lta lgt r r 'w
t ii. f plMiulain it'opi'ty 'at New
Vw lig, t iii ly the tItn.oChh
io ilnlIk and thi t Oiti i l tfh'dje t of
'onntt'a vsit. it to thotihi uti
Oy that h(lrtmally :wull iltdrtlaki
teals, which, it hi r'4orttt, FraIno

tir i tr o nthi) I'hliieti laliortra ia
Vitv llt ofr NoW (Chtwai''tg i )tlti'(.et ,
)iciif u ii toii. h It'trl ttati ilrani
i t l< t vi I v a t ti, -n u lthA
hi. T a' i ton rlyt r is opoi for
ni ehlrihh hisalteln. ; tri I i tsii .


Ttil.EG APHIC Bt IE8. Rr_ ll 1 l vi e ail lgl

ed as iM tajgr eerall by t i senate
BFrkl ay i bowels, but re action cannot be se
The 'lBrltlsh submarine No: A 1 wa. secretes enough n!leto make th
execlte their trail functions.
1.1 r'B. a lin r In. the channel. urAi l a eegi tionaosed :by: athatls,
e' ButX 4~d"w Ita.haltoreaslf,
thubl asi Manifest. Secretary raftt was hetd bythe : the results.... ,
Committee rga
h i thestarnofyohealth C :ung

':!) -: ,...:.. ...'*'l'*-llU I,.:V ;8, teott .;H Y .n!^ 8 lln
i.nator Broome and. H u mey to ws Ga, athlete ved a chld fro, m i 'l ad
Olay rwfod, d a dossfor tom- 'id w by takin her b.y the hornt ai.
Ce^wfrd Qauqed- 9g test tfwhl 7he
o t:hja which It g a.l twst her, nek
'Amusement-A Few Lades W0e go b to rb stt
Ifvf Hnyod'At but Fu :og,Qf the 0 lell I n F....
I Ightl 1 r tt broke the Nal trouble, works
Ti'he candidate, for 8 1tate o1~e, or vbu endu oan and lomIpany, ar ; .
Hoineg, J. Brome and ay Oraw f. tachelo IY Atlanta credllors. .
oor dietary of State t n o there For Sale by Johnso
ra)ms for .attorniy-i'eoeral l.ef of the Gainesvlle;, a. storm f. ,
a-6W, W.t.N ollohy t t i. Np '. atUl f ersa has male Its final report show*
foruperlitndet of sehoolI, ar.iv.ed dalo ng oyer $55,00 dOstributedME
0h63 they Monday. Mr, 1ae n oes. hs, work of .
ihe" 01ity AtMonday Mr. hatBi spe tomnach, relaxing thel I' Hol y Williams, the negro who a.s-
Bth day visiting thel cty chloolsl.. while nervous 'ttnslo, while at ulted Mrs. Shi lds atRo:anok, Va, R'e
M, Messrs. Crawford Abrans aiisd lroomu the lnflamed*m wias hanged there. No demon, atton Retailers a
passed t ime milngngu wi.h rela- and r all d to (1 was made, but troops were h ld at
.tlves and. friend; nds d hean I cures their armory. T
S At 7.:30 in the evening a small dl o ate rtu The congressional primary in the
o rowd assembled at' the court house, ad tenth Oeorgia distl et will wihe held
whe hh.Dr, J. F. McKinstry, Jr, ,chair- a stomach t roubles by on A ll'. 20. T he convention will Grain, Garden So
man of th~.Couinty Denocr ,l.,,,l, 01oealnsng l urifying and I meet at Sandersville: There is no op- OUTH SIDE SQUARE.
t.I ve ,.,^ t!.lon. W atrengthen ogtheglanda, position to Conigressman Uardwick.
1 1 py,,6sfo n, andidato for county a, rool T Washgton has written Highest market price paid for Chicken
assessor, whoin a few appropriatBe rt- a tter to Mayor C(happell, of Colum+ A Complete stock of Hay, Corn Oats
ma rks, announced his candidacy and 0 buit, thinking lhn for the act of Co. ad Rye We handle only the
gave the people some.idea na to what p i tmbus in erecthng a monument to EST PRICES, and guar
.he considered tlhe ditty of property BJ Bragg smith, it' neigro who lost hi
owiners intmaking tax returns Tour Deiler sl Supply Tou. life 'while tryIng to 'save a city offl-
ColAbe Abrams Talks th trl.00Msh wh iln 10 r 6 .
l-Honorable:* Af0r4d St. clai r Prpre by 5. L,*Winw 4 Co., CICA0. Th iiNew York board of estimate
Abranme, e date for aor appropriates $L,500 o asslst In extra-
lhey-geeonral,,wa. inltrod ued,. the pro- dlng "Po" Dodge from Texas. An
i'ding offloerinaklig speelal mention of Sold by All Druggists. assistant distriht-attorney Js said to
hishl friendship fbr East Florda mi- .. ho n Atlanta ander assumed name
nary during the last session of the Lg. .* "..... "-" -- --~'- .. workIng up evidence vital to the pro.-
illature, of which he Wa a :m.ambtr, dfate r State sibprirntenderit of ,iilon .
M'r r, Abratis made hiUdly reiplyv to the school would b, allowed a few mo o.'"
inrodu tory remarks of'bh.cairntaa., tments each o address the au- 1'hou l)ri lolh, Cairns went from
and.r mildly oriticised the. action of dieo and intt(oduce^d the above (.otlandi to Ir.eland for rest nnd travel
thegovirtior hi 'olingth appropria- gotloman, who prorqeedod to relate In 1804 h11e was at once delighted by
tiopfor the seminary aiid sclools,his hilow hiograph welling at length dlseoverling fotuin lhe guides who T -W :
marks In this particular being l4al- hon trvdwoaconyoactpsheddur tt sh oweWd n. about 'hit' most i o t, so -v le
ly ,applaied. *The spear thou th twelve ye ltitle itrved' ascoty I 'ltl i e ,ndly folks"
r-itttiat iie. ltlurinitont~int. of Calling at CHAR LES
dwelt at seno length as to tih 'e np0- eierinltndt of .schools, as ii mu llt a i Iust" t would ny, calling at AL
teney- of himselff. an his oppo-. of t ihe itltwtiionl coV1nvtion of n toa hioseL awn > Finest Steamship i
S .net,' I hoii W i IElnit anId qls otd aid State stp1rtlflin ().t. lie.' lit.o e' roeey i hill. I iJ
emirontll opnlon owg hi a< t1 ay Ib thati i had been h, i or, ls Ile. Is Sir (1 de New En glan
Eligibility for tlh fl~di he seeks k, Mr. orod beyolnd his deserts, but he had. O'h(,'s," lie always added, "lie's i Drec erviceBetwE and
Abi'paid hi rspits to Govetinor not been hionord .bOeyt)il his efforts to S' Ilah (0 o." CalliNCEg and Char
Jennigsh) l and nover spared him ti Cll "e ( e'l titiously sArvi q' his people. At hist Ilt. (1 tlr nitu gew c rious.
mp. igle ntae Mr. Abrans thinks Hon W M, Holloway. "\hat.l Is n iulhy nat'f he nsked. tSE I- EE
."V, tori', Itt' a 11n tin Southbound. .
S i h (loverinor ha treated him unfairly it was so lat, that Mr. Holloway do. "Wet, yrr It ot be anoi thi t hs Northbound. F....... ro:
Hso m 11, Y rits f4(Alt ag'lo l in for. debt ... ........ Fro
hi appointing his opponent to tho po, calin tq nake a. ddres's simply th ne sals ut tight In lIs house .
: stlon of attornety.gienoral, and his. co flit ghis rtemarksto repeating Ith ill Itie, votk itnd only cotlis out ot1 Clv 6 t
reniark'pnlaitily demonstrated thlut he aunouiuuiouin, of hiis candidacy for untinla wli,i the law protects him.n" et.ween JAc1 aiNV
proposed to il t hit ." .Mr. Abrain' t Suo imrintendo it. Drl''i' uplnion of thIe landed g Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francis
olosintlg irornrks to tho ladies were The imeti ting pitaodt without any mn. try uitidurweut i chlitnge. ... Landings on i
Sbeautitul in the xtrme, and brought ple ntnes and it is to be r Stegretted "CITY OF
fortli trel doul lt ipplius. I tlihat the attendamnii wa1) not larger, A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away, Leaves Jacksonville 3:80 p. nm. S
.. ora~Ld a god ipresion. Mr. W. W. Haker of Plainview Leaves Sanford 9: 0 a. in. Monki
Senior Broome. SUNDAY'S FIRES., writes: "y wif hd g outhbo appointed t
T'hi gifted orator athdrsied the 0al- Thore Were Two Blazes and a Fals trpld af tLeaer f(ft 0n lrill ......... W Le
diette In bi)hialf of his iltnlidadcy .ftr i 0 D rnr t'd i tniilber of doctor iandl spnt R;45 pi ll .......... ....
cret I a ltfry of St hid. o ai h fl 0..0 'r.-mOO ea o Resulte, over it thousand dollars without any 18:00 ami ............. .
e'' woerrtary .of i5t11 ii. lie etud Ito wSi
o-l,:, now tefaor, i Uni tu,,ville ttliitii,, r ier I 'ere w re two s it i sl bl lt'hs 'I ti' Ne,,lief. Shi' was very low and I lost all 4:80 am ...... .......... St..
the third itim durig e paast ofw. ithiarnl of firo in th Ginsvill t. Si- lihop(, witmn a friend suggested trying A....rrivo an ......... lpreforr
4110it tli this nt lio wo t (d .iArrive 8.3o am ....... .. ..... Sr
H, by, this thih would.. i 's Honey and ar, which I did; 1 :00 a ...............
devote his time toi refutdttion if 'iThe Ir rst ablrm was turn in lia'nt 3 and thanks he to this great remedy, it
o'clock hit Clio: t rrIfl, "save.( net life. Sir is strigur m o, 1). RAL andA8TICK1,1 e
chtirgs inuade Iby his oppontolt, t'it o'cveik i the morning, which sumt l e strgr ...N iEERAl, P \8. \ NTi'i X l'i
tinto thin ; JOYS b0(,Lvr Foaley'than 7 s ho hasi ever o, At. I tION MONiO El, J It. Ame
prosolit illet, lll Hoell, Olo y Cra ui m itv d tho depart uient., to a bars -it itu ten years. w i*ttall never W U 1. ( 1' ft, Jr. .eth t :Gen,..
Sf ord H tiii r .apLeo d to 'oWted by hI F. lhlmptom i ,i thIe wit h out Folhy'; Honey and Tar and ,, ,lt or Ilo'ian -nt
't fel tery sonlsitily th, culnent. t. a ti 11ity of lat 'lori hlitittliary hbar woi ak those afli'eted' to try it E0. GT1 Ga, l w
I Itr nt out by Mr. the t Was hiring briskly MC o General Manager
aourt h t1o r rr u Itot I '. when the01, te.0pari o'tm"ta .rri'e: ., but th"e" C csehr OauhltIdi(
1;, oi done i Wn t aii d ttrery, the case was tr iHh ldl. I
up and )t rouc'il^ th htI wau, inti' w'iitli 3he ri. Maso lh rortno.Jt, w

ir at h best p'iity stwit '("riwfrd' Jo'eMn 4ung, Aex. Ho, uih roe utDal I un.s uci ..
: yr pf.lig ttnn ar,, Aft'r .o .flit rl riug. :rio 1T IL 'f I

Khs a or nUbility,
0 i.Hon ,. h lay afford li' .l*t 1 the deiatimnt. ruspotnde ntuiby W s, atll t '.

Ws' iiitrodtcdi. ast. the lih resitit ery with its usual protns!h h1ut Iho' irash~ir. H Vter hearitg the ividewich t
ef' :oflicant seretaryof Stae. -ih us1.w.ii wit i"wtrse boiO pehon nimlt'ted ltle juryrflorteri that it was iimpos. At t i
.nglad t 'viut th'i pooil'i to o t U utW s olte inattit h ilg frtta tlie ri a truf ritl sbli' lr .. un to agree, ftiwhen the juryIT S rop"
vI. .Wlls aid Alachui n ontyt.. .Ni. T reidnnteu hcupwi t ;t. l3 oyh'lo,. ianu tias discharged ad the case ent o in. .
qrd the' referred i' detail 'to M. beowiung exited,, tire u'l.un t .lehrm id to the 1th day.of April. etivtrttd to I n!t, -
,. r oottd' :sp e th ext h fitlot g : 'lll Oi
L e iig ia'' referrib to his ref"re 'ce to IMr Rivers Will Nut t ,r Cht- ildrea':' As Coughs sd IGds'. ,' 0
nisioente father, .rt John I,. Qrat 'to answer* to i ao siti tt utiiri< ratri;ntd, t..: h te h,'
f.. o. rd. :HeoiuMr.toot e whohI rt i hot yagin haino ', Ian., writes. "Ihaveg utMe'"'t ,'1 :"
geadt that c.rt huthuss of 'h lt' hll h'tiioititig a Ctttddoit tm i ,r 0egi:. ltitlard.s Hoslltotd Syrhue 'hto tny hi tl-
.t faestetarn of $te r *taioir.u tloan ltre.(Iili'shre It iM that I ohae th'i iclti for coughs 'tand eu' Ois for uth' -at

oothipiJe atndlheal any dislse of the
iend. i llr iu e dto oistr te rmt ithoiple t' tiltt ta a lotd uuth t" unelie throat or uo d. qtilo loker Ihtati unL. othiel
ba s 4i K1h b ltter sp ioak tt t lha i0e t itely, butt olat rotaiti j otle,' i'a a remedy, 2o ,. sad" 1 at Johtuaon
i been reputed tq be,, n I~einerst priu'lphle usua lst ul'4d sh l bo d re I "o,'
m, ,raw "od sd l .is expeienee.. se.e. .., Ier y am ntie to 11 ,
e oth !uualiflo haii for t": 'poa.- f.ri.nd& that I wit it'he a oauiat e. lid i f.~h w ythe '
r I ,, j, ill",y "'
era t aatut m at nth a e ~tu of ir te h nntt bl nii'r' 1 t h ut t atm g sai
I~ehant h Qtt~4 uc apiss'. b fr ~ue.t~e thtiu e' elxd tkrew! 1tinv ll' q thu (11) ttel`' than hh,4 lie itwo.w~
pos0" oo i plilatY itP9b*'it 6)idTIxt' M~itv y: e:fw tr h b
. ~ ~ llsplsituvlty. (torni'srl Ilitl 5tat) two be ks awsy."
upt. heats. ClevelatI Pla bear.

h oq4t thast a
777, ao r

a 'nd livert o CtnrfChsikd e
ard F,, l f ^atid eveirty #lr 'f
Malarial, 13illous, RemnItti:g and IntMr
Fevots, and, by going to the seat of the
permanent cure.;

)n Bros., Gainesville

HANT & C0.
ad Jobbers in

ncy Groceries,

ed and Fertilizers,


se. Eggs and other ProltAac
, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
rantee satisfaction always.


wiN .A .. -

ind Nvw York,
TON, S u, G both ways,
in the Coastwise Service
I and Southern Lines
All Eagtwiu.Jintis
leston both ways..p... .A*-
.. ..From Lewis' 'Whl-B1,4.w ton
n Foot of Catherine st,., ,JI kson'illA
Ins River Line
VILLIM arid SAN-On1)
, Berresford (D)LaInd), ad Intermediate
St. Johns River
unldays, Tursdays ald T'lhursdays
.ys, Wednesdays aid tridllys.
o flul as filn ows:

(Sd I... . . p ,
.l e ... \rti-he 2:00 arm
at, k ........ ...... .ave 8:00 pm
Astor .............8..... 2:80.)pm
cais ........... ....... 1:00 pin
d (l)DeLaUnd) ..... 12:00 n'n
nford .......0.......... 9:0 am
erprise,. ... 10,00 am
". A t..,320 West Slv,.. *,,koinle -li.a -
reet, Jtaksonvtlh l "'intend ,
Iork. CII'E MDlM .N;. tl r. A1 NewYo0
Wil. 1 (T,.1) 4:CO .
l m Mtatef treet, New yi g s,

a I .

a ii
i hght in Car Ij(tP. Sold in any

Or" e!
Bar Hard are C

w .Iu 'LA. -b
]The Ho nda l

mand rnllTuck:eroe r

:.... .: ::., IA F.. . :.' ., U. :. .

'^ .- . '. t.. ....

llia.ot' Intenld His.
Ilt ai a Mnt d $Sliger.,


Mi;erely Attacked Him Fromna Potital
SSta16dpoint, the Only P orsonal Ref*.
rence eing. Complimentary--De.
icla .es He is Yet Unfit.
.i1tor tn: i .It certainly 'Yseems
!t ts almost impRossible to.get into
S di9CUSoi about pio tiei without, be-
:iMg accused of "tmud slinginju.t,lLAny.
.n'e reading the article by Dr. Kolley
in anwier to East Ender without liav-
ing read East Euder's article inThe
Sut of the 15th inst,'woutld naturally
suppose that the said East Einder had
slitdered Dr. Kelley from a personal
motive, while the fact is hlie) was not
slandered at all. He was imentiotted
once with reference to his private life
and that time it was to express good
feeling for hini, Dr. Kelley knows
full.well that I like hin as a inai,. lie
knows that I have believed him to be
sincere in his actions and honest.'iti his
opinion and even now, I believe that
S he honestly thinks that he i|has all of
'th'e qualifications of a goodicounty au-
perintendent. But I can say that lhe
certainly is without the one eotentialI
Squalifloation requisite to a sucoossful
ounty superintendent;. "Therne may
it itutmainy things that lie does know, but
Wiere is oue thing that lie does Iot
know"--ho.W to supervise work in the
school room. As a superintendent one
of his duties would be to visit schools
and pass upon the work being done,
assisting young teachers in overcoming
difftlulties arising fromn;|the different
Sitethods of. istructiott. If it i's true
that he can do that, then why is it
tieeesa'ry to make a teacher serve on
small pay for so long a tini.e. If a mlan
cati supervise school' work without
haviug experience. ,I this is a correct
S 'prptnlise1 the ii "epiriencei counts for
nothing in any trade or professiotl,
Now as to that resolution|roferred to
in our former article, l will here give
it as it appears on the Ininutt book of
the oshool board. We are aware that
the' entire board voted upon and
pB<|ed this resolution, butjlDr. Kelley
"of ,S the lhtoOr Wtllexttced

L iVhieeas Ti'hre ritnaintd at the
108 uof the last scholastic year out-
s 4tndhig warrants it the unioutint of
$9i,14761, sane being a d(bt o(f the s e-
cali tax districts, bitt not (i debt )of
the county at large,T also $3,I105.09it
against the school fund proper, mak-
nig a total of $77.,253.0it, ,. ull
"Whereas, It is thie) diiri of thoe
scliool board to li -itldale ithi bilt-
stainding inidtelitdiuv'si; i theirefoire be it
"Reaolved, ''lilat it sinking fuitd uof
trii tho slniand dolliar p.r |iiiniulil be Set
apltrt ouit of thel rent litr itineont' nid
.tht.e ailo be paid on. the tiiaidiirind bl d-

Now, I submit it to a candid pu blic.
'uhlittdoes this resolution itlmll h ow
iai it be distorted so as to ittan iny-
thing bilust jAt what it sthy' Trhe roeg.
u ar inconle iust. certaiinjy mineiit the
th,- tnlill tax from lie county, te ,,find
l il tlhespecial iuteotnfe ditt'li' 'out-
Bt indlig indehtedtittes" II ntit certatiily
i ': n the t77,25I0, I:. sniultnit to any
f'ir iiiihdod hiani that th s iii thi iosto
iotlbte. if not the 'oily ijnterpret.i ti.w of the nneolniitiom.
S thi is "tutid liiging," 'then It
w re a crinte to disclus. qiutiitntis cotti
t' .;rc, crliiing all of.:tfmti ptiolh Slfpea iiaking tr
t ,taltfiol 'of a.pobli.c otflcer hiouid
: called' slhiuting mud so IO ni, t s no slaniderof Uli. private tif,.
AL 'Iii'a things .-.are .being said early
ta .ingoih fr Dr. Kellty to r*fuit them
Iarid prove theli itlltruite 'Tie thiuiti
wI .havt said about him are being said
I atad he should be glad of a ehanice to
I make' the necessary explanations. We
Shave but called his attention to them
l at il utow if he will 'oupeout and ithow
til. I thr hlue not trute snd that w-i be asinking fund of .lh0o000
Bt ttte of id of' the year, he wtoild and
ti. o ht to be elected'; Et i E.tiit. u
fr'uit.. "* Crie. Not lujtired;
caUlattll(t>(t..Tntott arhc 21"Rs'
'rt't otlnofth O^iror iua d this
'*etton of Tenna .ii are utt.alasetzWl
^,ihe Ctutect that tbu pe*eh a.d straw-
trr. rpos o .ere not bh t la Irud
ts recent c wtd i nd fra lith t'
e 8 a* 4 peghb yield o0 ret
c-E$f s tteqrote, wtl tee *ot4

iq ) #Way I st iOlock purNtt
ii ", r. ry E leitn 'Or fi Of
4 W~t.o. Eunoell of this ity 'itd"
, r."A t. Peto Miotanply,i deil' a
!th i ,l)ie of Mrs sentt ll, West .'at.i
vr et,s vuday af.tern"fitt at l'o'cloch
IM f ,t ipl9 I1i0ltil'n ofdis 1asi f
i,, L P.])tieiused Wits in her sieetyfonrti,h

i'iia hali$u pl rti U wi it'itvai.,t .ftr
miany yoarI a i, tthotgli leird.' 0ttt wilt'
e a fst i glo$i1on f sorrow iovr 'ttih do '
treated fanmily,doatth. no doubt etuitoi
'1a, relief', or ttshe was a noble hristiiSth
character aniid has now gone to i4ir rdi,
ward, She wa', a member of. ihI
Methodist church.'
- A short titeral service was held at
the home of Mr. Fennell at ,: oColo' k
Monday morning, ReAV W. ~, arpen.
ter offliiating, The rmnaitis were
taken tod Miacuopy, however, where
the interment was held, lev, J. C.
Ley of' Aicanopy, whom th.le deceased
had known for more than fifty years,
conducted the service thurc,
To the bereaved relatives The Sun
with other friends, extends sincere
Belgian Steamer Twenty-One Days
Overdue at Savanoah.
Satvawluah. Oi, March 2.-1.Tri
in .iiit hift' r vxpri fI 'lts for tii' Ilh l
giani, sw.t ntor Clcin .tic, \O litin Ln-
iil Urs. it a helo Anti rtip Na\vi! tal Irt
coi|l>ai>y's liile of tiallk stIcaiters to
6dlAlu anl d Ai\ntvrt).
Th'l 'Ctemnaltl I ft Ail.tverp on onll,
>. ami \ua: .n.l ahil .,'t-h. 7, elnrf' Wh. ch
,an tiO' ltwpntyon dayt o Writ, Shei
hai niinde thliv thliy voyalges ,"ail
wi's nievor itoro tihati fi. lditys over.
d ii h 'i a .
Sil liit ( it r ofI 32 men,
Andrew Carnegie Gives an Ohio Col.
lege $50.000.
.lodint Venitom. Ohio,. Marth 2t1.-
The gift of l $) r ),0 in i5 )ipr c nt, 1llinds
lto Kyciton lhltlei'g iby Atldrow Calltteglo
i* itto psttliish til h i' witi M1 N 1 tiiohitr
iclh;>li of i'('ionolllflc (I At,-lll'li "le Kt avo
the' illinpy itt lit silggoi It Ion oft l'hi
lit' iialk A. Illaniit wti' had givell a
siltiltir alinoirtl lor a tl Irmlitt'y.
'Tli hlit'i. of th' lllo S.ein ito lattiiin
hlav' giveli to KX lnyi~' clego $fTl.000i
itliltloni t for tilt ju i it i f fully ucont
hl hi'tg liliua hall ' ,

Hlutl'r Took ihI (.Ctine.
A it ohl geiitieliiiial, 4 ii1tive or W" ktit'e
lltfhid, 'ils tstvllis tfi slmry of Iin
"I ilh d il l .t :iiti il l.t hltw ixt. oi It.iand
I f It .lli H oiu ioi idl wl i l tlil vt'i i fir
in ll lit the n inlil H l iinl H it l 0il. ( h lhii '. 1i t it % in k it flil
lii Uhlid iits Witt' lititn tl h t \\ 'iliti h Ig ti
iiltioI id lttr Inrd .rulddng fur
'\v 'f d n t ti tl l- tl t i0 ti iiltci t. \o tl)li il l.
11, i d i8h e wi l l iWh't l like hy kt1li00iil ii ny. lh'day hll t li 114iis liintl D iOW thiin hi toilil iltt litl
Sto, n i itiih IW iit hb, i it hi vwon 'k rih. t.
.I hl liI 'l

A 'i A Phy.I .I-nb Wr Iite s
fAnd you winitig r t'e orais fltn towl
to llid til'ea 14 l r 1 i ll y wyii t l lit Il!t
i eto' t tisi i tii lt I t lin U e biliro y w h o[
ilio, l ti itlo lhill' '11 1 111114h (toy W ho
"I 'And 1 ii1 lhi but y y who Afiit tit'llii'
Sald Ili<'1gn4metl. le7 held out hi4 hanid,
Ww I'llI t1ke youir cowl it nf r al1
Ile 4ilid, ulild h, did midt won Ito
A Physician Write-
"I an desiro(o of kmlwina if .tf ipro .
fesi'foit obtailtHt ierbItKi i hbulk" fr
prescrnibiwgn Ui'r i '" It llai beel; of
gernal u l. lo i hi tr(? lr iikig ea0', <6f
dyptlptotia brcoil-h i on b)i l 1,Y tp(*xtvilt or
overwork. I hav6 never klm(wit it to
|fail in feplorinlg t e.organ 111af, ict t(jo
th!ir healthfeul aititty." r. ..iA bottle
~ Johou 8to*'

Are YO Going

North or



Offer lin'ti eel ed pa.iil nt r l'.rviIei,
bModern irailnt. A .rrytagl 'fll niilt'p-
e ., upt d *l*ate co. shiee 'te ruiehidjt.
oasit eawe e4 ,41a4g 4 r between

All ;ittI: e U. 5* t gh': 1...e. T,
7;;1idi; lig oul d 0i0W-

. P) ppyIN 40 Ag

igr #i{'k y in # "c et Ac,;,,rpt t
voete A ej
i :l ana io 'h Mr .'ith 1 T. ',
Ca in l lt d tIt vr woitl In l thl io l : o'jtl

itYO :s f t"l ne tr. t niu i .i. i t
sit'lled h t t l or today n at ,; t,

i''t .nry t *s Hti : I' of. the i i ii wair

TliH ,ii.i n o, rifhr -tni n l tj' I ,ro 1i 3o

t'i liti \ v i, .ntI v-rti l t e h u I' \n ;ltI uallht '
bi .I, i (s ai d .lk 1 (' W t li a l 'l l .] ilxt

ot l i wh o k h l te 8U] I'I blll ti
t ion l tliO t ( ot (li t',l1.if'>iii iu \\ ll. '

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s li rl it i a rathl r it4 toi t rilly i rtilt

lIll hlii \\ (1i tlig i 'r. o t i to ii'u.

t'icst in u iIm't al li iiiz.kO r I s l h l

IbilI ll t ii il O, it l si'Nlt ii' t nle r' tll i'o )
T I h Itt4" I1,it(tf tl l h i T ttirr ( t
l t'r, I 'oli p I t il .ii t)l i n lt;i ls ,b tll
B e1 nil linls R emedrl s. \' o srstipal n

litl, ;nli m i1er tli n ve k i' tlliv I' t i r ut II

f lt %lAllll ; r itilti lt In i h. (itn,
Wihy| o't, lre ilier t'o!a s alnshl

it tilo sil I'i rtl it ,ef ut liro t Iise
"r1.r11 r I y it lilhwo h 'v i'>Ill g ili ol' c 1i\ili-i
l'yin' iii N li hhrilt lt ad mt y |e. 'onbl!

tilli o1' Il it I 10 i j t l hl (iit .u' to If
oilin t 1' t i 11 0l (S los l y ;irt t aV cl t l 14 tl l

h11 ' tl l ,1 \ iA liity i (,: niVit, ii l l i ,) *nt i Ie
ilil! lh ft in' Ki.\' tll 4 jlirijlt\flv ll tl llli it

utli 4 ts at nr.v ri l",iNtf Ovil li liot ha e of
relliv tr Ills d' ( " lt l
M o tihoy JI. IT. MNittwa t htio
c his r uty ." 9i i n I

Best Remiedy forr Colstipallonh
"The finr lst r t .in ilye ; for (uit il(iittiii
v Av-r uisd j R lhaiiel ai' St .iii'' h
iliinil 1iver Tali ots," Ayft Y i Mr.- Eli
Ittllt r, I)f I'ranikvilhN.' Y.. "*lhey
eO eet, iil-Ild0 V 0thlt) )pwetl AI. pv1 I I. r-
ft'elly niaitiur tao .ll ilio i.' }l ly /

Why Not Learn to Speak S.;nishh?
Yo't cijIl setd re-1 tioily (of tho (wv
editi i ( uf Iooklvt n Itil h, .\Vlhalt. .lo
Sihy il S111 t1ish and l ow l I ii It,' by
SHtldilig.l ( w<1 vellit i(>t po l>l t tikeU W 11,
Leanhy diy.rihii pt sim-livo,'r Il ,.it- At-I
Ilnt pic ((hisl iiir riiilhnyii.. Si v thiillil ,

Pneumonia follows iLa' ( ripped
but never follow thi'!iS of

FOLY Qand Tar
I Mops the 0o ih ikl h iiwgd l
Prevoats P0en1400ila an ild niI)iiptloL
MW 0. TAOJl .,tl ut,'i'^ i iA o. H dtO
tlt :Myi *.iM t 4lei xtid,1',4 i ,rt (,it n4,lt 4 s. hbi
t O O a y J, d MBo'i li >rl l


itw I.att ~r). Al lH rk
MAYOR's P Ofnbl.MAT'!ON. I
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TA.s M. MGRAnAMPrstident o W. Hynu, Vioe Prel u



Surplus and Uldiv dtd Pl'ofits .. 5,ioQ t 04
DO X( lu tvikly A b slnt ltk i fA wflh h fi(lko)11 uq o titoti U1. B aym n I byLt l it lT~tioFU' ii,.A tat l F rehnut',!, i, t U'rtrniirtt aIt itt iiiryl iwu
ti .ti i. .... .. ... . -I ... .... ..tiu ...t.. .t.. .." .. .

L F ADTTTO & i00al

IT "^o ]Fhft n iteT
ID it iiast eil |b&l t banking t ntti 11tNo ti tt'Orotwzi ititl j iA m1 lu Rhiaptlgfobs-i "
r1 e> i oitli>t of r t1h41 i ke r x. t ,I4o11attUdi (0r mik t> iio ohit
ft f4',(>>lo Ii(olnnl (Illolln U'0ltod s, I 'i

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Orcd.o:r. too..


Air Line Railway

Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New Yorks.,

i e l, glia t T ii it )ltIe y

Seaboard Florida Limited

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard ail


ndegei a rds ibctiutu r.. u.. ... #,.o" i, yf'.o3101i4
hoist 14fl f IITh4 Ii ABOit+fttA 'I o TED hie8

I iit e '06",a ,nenot tii3 ti'otipit'ment. r"wi ofi, 4Sleepers

* All *: td it' Hi t ts oa".St .
iTWto t
oitseit9etj s, ad -' .... .... tit .;7 {'< / i O nly .. b' ''0 .r int int '1 'n n'' P

^ ifitstleti' Iii lif.............. I #',
kA"J* i tl Throu Pulme pors Tron S i8Q ofy I ty

twr t i.ta 84l .... a.
:''.. ,,..: ',.: . ,;, .....c .

C4~;tl~.~i~~~ ~43"0"~:j~JC;E13 9

B444ield #95o 9e, Uto a tpeu,
aq ofeI& U omail lsei o
9'a, M pARY1o, 1.i i'l" PabI4e,1

.Ml?. or'"Pety Eior:
B ': '.i'pfll1V relIen ecd.l Cbyumn c I0 ntr

sage wadata ro ent2 si fo e
ltlm Ilseroa puOlished ey e o morning 0 a

iilla tot Thiyrsettln,( ntid BOpiltNlot eal ah
8ds tl .0t m ee local o0t0 I on ontt '
nP o to Phe.Unitetda teon, d6 cents foro eo a,-
''dittoniiAl asertloni i e u c,*
ates borid t Pay radvertislw r nmad 9kowll

Thl eis' Y i tH-Wee'. Sun eIs in D elihticftite,
folrt oo ll .a-e r, ivubliked every. on*
dry stid Thur a, ancd deitalni all the.
ew, of 'thel, w elr. loea, hiti4 earnd g.
ral, ao thalll be nalleo iostaie tree, to abny
Art of the Unci8tad ciorCtanads,for6l$00
t years!u alvtice.
All advertishmi billl become due after 0rst
a earaeno oft tvertliement, unless otherwise
stiv- Ate I n otrietmf i'tartiesenot known to
w: 1 be reuurtd to otpay or a dv.o ting It ead-
v!:ite. Addriss. TIm hDAILY 8UN,
(iA'IE.VI:. .. FflA,

The return of tVW, Jilourke Cochran to
Congress, as the succeie eor of George
1 McClellan, after tin eight years' ,ab1
ience, from that body. is a notable
event. During one year of his ab.
sefe. eo was outside the fold of his
party. li, lef.t- iempor rily on the
nor.ey question at it was presented hin
18e, With that exception lie hMas al
Sways been a loyal and consistent Dom-
oaar.t aind hais g ive his party iolt ef-t
S;fotive evice. i> io00 he ably 4 iii i
elotiuecBtly chanhpiltiled the Demoorotat
t o national ticket by peeeh s through.
o0tthe country. .it It understood itdatl
S he will, :4pon their recommtendatlon tof
'his Deoortatio nwelaoiates, bo lartle
one ';of th minority emoihers of tl06
flllcontitte oin ways and moattsa ThisI
is an ap(gigment for w1lob1 by eduica-
tion atnld beoliofe h isa peiiltiarly qualI*
Aflrd,. No manti is more thoroughly in.
frmed upon the tariT question that)
le and ntone civA disoossit widt graly t-
I tor .aiiJt. And so io in also cs to oth<
at imttciis that iare' liklv in ,om() ti

Oeld on Ar0i4110, itk 0, iol eDl elaes
fl the 1fnlttel St^tesn Thpe utha-
tlits are 'practa -in character ac1
i aoslned totrel' 0 l"CPatyat
fitness to dgohrge the duties,,to be
nrforilwed. Ftoom ot o examittationsn
piithere. nise baye .mo e not- only
$Alo particular pare of poitloies, but,
to any poe: tlo n whdrac lthi e (lioao ,
lio0s 1esated are reqwitred. Thooi gee
el.aiti nwelety yatr and overs i Th.
'im, allowed for exerlnatolnt Is- two
dtr of seven g rigeewtiv4, hours elad,
A medical certifilate will be reftquired
iat thois, ;ho are anot. phyrieall t
no, od and able to perform field duty.
i aidrl tirying condiitions will not be
i drnitted tri the examination.
For engineaeraig and hydrogranphi
ti the subjets of examination arid
te rehtive wights of sI.ljeets on a
geale o l100 are e pure mathematics,
15, theory and practice of construc-
ti rn S atd and water, involving ele-
pietitary knowledge of designuig and
conatructing highways, -railroads,
daorn, retaining walls, foundation
work, trtsses, etco, 20; l applied me-
ohaies, 'JO; tlhory and practice of to-.
pographic and hydrographic, survey.
ing, 20; topogra.phi and linear d raw,
ing and lettering, including a sketch
of drawling furnished in th w examina-
tion, 1; technical raini ig and e -pe-
rionce, 10,
"The subjects of examination for Irri-.
gation ringineer are, mathematics,
10; lopographie sketching anid letter.
ing, 6 hydrographie and topographic
United Sateso and general surveying,
15; general onginoering and hydro.
graphi coQtstruction, 15; training and
Experience, 6. :, - -
Pront the eligibl list obtained from
these icxaminatio is, secondary post-
11t.S in the' enineerhng and hydr6.
graphic corpe will be killedd at a salary
of (00$), nd the positions of asslptant
engineer anid hydrographer will have
salaries ranging from $1,000 to $2,000
and upward. St-baiatence and travel-
Ihg expeanvs are paid whohen on field
duty. The sidlarlies will depend upon
their experience of the competitors.
T es'J e -xamiiiIatcions will be held
the followingi phelacesIn Flurda ,'Iek.
-onvilie, Key \VWest, lP'nsacula and
ITnipa A.____

for sonts.idorationr m Says a. knowing writer: "An editor
S A maun of Mr. Codhrani's attain- it a mtillionuirc withoitmnoney, 'con
l riittistd, riirttlesi itn i tZean l will be a greAssian oit of a job, a king without lt-
' .great thelpto tl minority in prlOvntt n throne. lio uo structs without t a
l ig bad lhgliititnit and itn for 0 reopubliean majority to i pretetnse nic i; it ratil or spike, and farms without
least of downl('Cy in lootlilg aftir the ao plow. I e runs a butcher shop in ll
people's allafir,. There are already the joilriallati[o world and doals out
som- very ahil Domoirats .Il tlhe brains for cash or credit., H loves
HuloUse, i.nid thorA is not it )emnoertt those Who adilverlit with him as a
there who will not welcome the re. brotther, The editor is a teacher, a
turn to 1iCh1tt htly itf onoen on ittirely lawyer, n priachleer; hisenis'.l trutl( ott
capable. iothdh his Iprty inid the entity to) 'save sOtilRs dll gets lost himniAolf.
try will oxp'et inh i from Mr, l..heals the wounded, ot0res for tho
Sran and it. nmay bIe iiken for grantlil lvy ig, r souires the. perlshing, miaid th0n
thal tle ith r will ib rditiappoilited, u arves hins elf when a haiti atnlldwieh
S or k iindntliess witlid jjerh liiim from t he
S Thi United Sntces (ttological t Sur- '1The United States iSupremte Qourt
: y v, through itIs )Ivllioin of Ilydro haslt uphold Itih provision in the new -
'oi Olnonies., lhIs e.turollitcelo in a n lliclv. Alhbamai )onbltutitio wit h rtesptect to
tigatiton It llu t eharaiioter of. c tho i he ()atltai0tationlls of voters. The re' "
Swatert of Ithl States of (.leorgtit at suitul of that. proviilo .will no doubt
Floridth. ho ilivotgatiuo will in. be to greatly -rteduo the tllibeOr of
S oe tlod i tlho rotund Wantcrmis,Irt those muov'. itigrio votes, btAi an it operates uIpon
ing from wlls ttd l|spriiag, aind thi white and blacks alike it does not in-
llrfm walttlr or tlhim whieh how t fringe ,tu federal- connittition, of)
,rivers. '" uotirs, fweor whites than blacks will
Th0 e hahI,'t, r of (tn rgitn wVaters in hc i f:tc oted.t b ..th1 at intitself turrishis "
gen' ral isn u'citinrit ts ly t tnlucnwi A ,'t litg), l e10 t1 e for ontmplaiint..
S fe ttalyt 1 h c h t'i 'l ntii for spe- ;:. .
el p lurptws, but unil i rttcitCly ittlte TIs 'Ilacksu'tiillo Metropolis isaied.
or no attempt hatis hs,mntuide to mchtu its "lnolitcl Edtiton" itlast, Saturday
a carefl hi.lry of tien n.rti l ttate r Th d paper not only onitatnied valuable
su. ipplyf t0he 8te.t( information relatit,: tuandidates but L
ThIe valut of tie iii-m 'stikgtionil wili, othir iforatiititnI.f pt 1eintl interest
S of ursik 1 ce i itlitis applheio lihty itu r i. t te ip VoteHrs. 'lco 1 lttI is tot be i n.
slie'. ,toItle b varionin wittr prblcits gra tlufltedtipon the Xet elce. of tht Po
S/which obttin tt thal t part tof th i rooilu pa io r tit iii n, rety. .'
try., Of .first lomportAlnte ist e h ttn r e, (' -
S supply. of ritiipaliit t wh i I.s c ly <. s (. t '-iy ri. . o, ) "r
s o ond t : araMctr f watr r use i mintufa I 'alk J. Chenc ntiakes oith that .he
t urtig-aul in boilrs, Sttiior partner ofi the ri of F. ,1
It ia therefore. aln iv"nslgtigtion en y, A C;, doit. busi h i tihe
hitch will be of it rest tn til e lnimt 'l1t i f l'tdo, mctintIy and Stiate L0
fatuoriig tvlirils tsif iuosgira and lor. tnf'iforsaitdc tnd that' s.i. tirm will pay -
Ida, and t of grktat valu.i ao railrroids th o .ueu of ONi 1t 11 1) 1 .
-. id ittiniiejp litih .r.v...-... lit....----T -- et c ery aite of
\itr work i under tiie. .suery-isit o ft O ihirr.u at iitt b res bi the.
i, lhOi, ii. ehl l i'visin' Hydro + i ',.ctah : Cur Y
E oonomicu t icwhu t lw flhtl. work is be. S worn to t fore mcu and ttibetilb
| i:' ^arried o R by ooit itt o 4m0 cr-t lis th :day t( e: :

:a : r. r.; ;, ,' a tary 'ibltie, i, ,
| 'A woOan ti. outhi ltsi, 'l tly, antt acts drse ity on hlt l"od
a' cAkeyfityi'per Sitc$) found'tl*t lf l faor-lt l
-- pat i I foo t 'hpapoer he isk* 41
I' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Is for- 4~it ~ 1h0 ~ ~~tt l

I644t ,t1 t .':i g :not ,back.~d up by

(fyoA only knew what was going to
fppon tbere would be little omrufort
i ving 1 i .
The average family' in the UntlJed'
States has four and seveewtenth, per,
ons. j ,
w)dn't Worry over your mistakes..
Plenty of otherr people will 11 do that for
.sany a mns who olainis to be a gen.-
'tleihn d6esn.t 'work at it,

Some .men wear _themselves outt
looking for an easy job.

SOlI. 3'y:c1rs *i.ri 'tl' NeWfv tisirtlu
Slotol y3-a-lI't llr,1 1r,. lvlhil(; eri.ising i tt'
Malrtilts. \'ljiy- ',.rl ifc s. ttsrlis \c-
Ntruck Iby a v urluded tislil himi so lI)mllyv
hIjr'edI tlh l sIt' Msiik. 'iThe hishl .Oi';
Ilitered tile hoilto i with hlis w\'vordl il
in hlIslilltd 1 tCd:k haid lbiltt 80 hl ad 11 ;itlnst her tilimbers <]>tlt they
were. slmut itrd.
Actu'alty .iot (ie (of the ifty or sixty
vessels that v't rii t 'ts fO swordtllishi. lis a
record of omiplhet'e li'mluity. COne,
(caft wats struck aid rlluicaited by sword
flIh tlWvlity titles in one tcrulse. Luck-
ily one 'of thlie attacks wits delivereil
under asui 4li'c lhustnces that the fish
suceeeedt(. In plh(TcIcng_her hull entirely,
but the veassel was Injured so badly tli k
he neCeded a tlhorougli overhaxIlng aft-
er she lttade port.

Easy to rake

Easy to Operate
BecauSe purely vegOtable-yet thor-
ougdb, prompt, l4/althtul, satisfactory-

Hood's Pills

0. 1 11 ji, if o pl I ||aIll k ,i i'

S. or iin a pit r p r,


Easy to Wear,
I astlns /No pretssi tO ct
herel I N uondcceritrap.,
wih9omort ...n. I -rever move

|1O !fN 8 I) N 1110 1 II El .
iAmNk. V)T:. ... .FoItI .A .



Whole aleIAnd Retail


cur full suaci.tioh Mltion i.tan Wli s. l A i n
lcy. extrre < i.r p dI, I s or.rti *.- r
S- i ,ll uicir Mt lanl d lti e $4 rtR
ir ti es csauis lld tK2r'0.'nce e- .
Sout M,Ih. e' X in 'riptMaid ...' 1..... ,

9 ~v.

a{WFOiR PRICet.r t *.'
SEW. IFk::8EtEEBiA,.
Bay ;- Jacksonville, Fla.

lea *~it '~ gris#

~s~s 0655

with harsh, n

mlinbes, iia se Olys, woaAotbe to
Q e obd you eat, I
elltt tlhel wtooS yo0uteed..
nlU 14o01 sense ia needed, '
r ttda t digested n the bowels w
allowed to cloi;. Preserve your 1
~r.: eattag-tbtse eoaeUltioi .,
ausne e, and thes ese oti ondit
l ieted affet bhe Oondlton of t
dIltatooejh yteio rendering It s
. tovmor re ll &enits d atc lei
rle such attack
If your stoihh bas been abuse
uting, -wealened by drigs or slt
wen't ave toastop dtittng nr diet
All you need Cs somthlins that wi
tmbnlt I 1 Ins tiuctluns ,and roller
1lng oonstoanty Irritatod by undlge
ela rest al smplet remedy fo
k Iotural dlssolvent made from the i
truit.,a gneral laxative and swete(
storpach-no other medicine Is n
When you are bilious. it ls a sign
ier I* out of order, and the post
onftad oF being excreted from'
througthe Inteitlnes, s taken up in
As a result of btlousnass, the enti
offers. There are griping pains I

vrngtd hb SY:tI gre.i id .vr-itlnkldg,
d osndtlen iga ,lt y design
iaseous drugs end iIOdlelnes

te use dof c loasa, eadrOiles. : DlgulSs,', Oo egu
strongly pain in thRl itd'., id thett ia nm"oe
properly sllotadye liTotw I .o l Takq
' e. A .. m wealIs, anauha l shert tt -tayoUtr w i iwt
The bepert!tproi twttn, dtrlft^tha
uit satr be. 'hit! from theaOy,., er.-U i W tt N ftOM-
-halth by mdRNiiA Pi N WA -no o r
m diine i necessary.., '
oat'on, 'l OALIFORNIAP P m RS f takea
the blood, aedireoed, wilt zosittltyryOtcre tios ti.ti
o ",b l natoacaes otfIndgeatoitt.Cpd Uler.Const-
ei to b i patio Biliousness, e w.; so as to stay oured.
d by over, work without the slightest pain, rplpe or
ness. you nausea. They produce nituraft and sy
t ourtef. mnovementu of the boawei,. are esy to, thke.
ill aid theb pure and healthful. "
o Thie are Nature's own retaudy, better thaa
t flod.pUr-' pal or purge, better than catbtrtio tea that
WAFnRST gripe and nauseate, better than anything for
moving the bowels, because QA ONIA
ure .tres. PRUNI WAI ERS e s,- t aural irmem
"ner of th and not a purge, actlni gently and natsraly
necessary, ont he contents of the bowels. producng "I.
that your. mnOement. They regulat tliver.- an
cnous ble,- stomach, cleanse the system and purity the
th6 body blood, oura all Bowel Troubles, Brd I B h
I the blood, Bad Blood. Wind on the StOmaoh, ourl totrb
re system Headache, Pimples ard Dizziness. I t
it the Ab- tonic/roinNature'sla oratory. 100WatserTsao.

California Prune Wafers

Extracted from the Fruit, Sweet and Pure, Easy to Take and Warranted to unft

Kt tain sM wAstc d.tlus If you follow each .meal with a OALTFONIA PBtWJ
lwr whtohacuiokly' ltolves BthS mIostlndigestlbl food and helps to carry it throusK
4t *1r10% In n geate and bhtwalt aluaer. without the ilUthteus pai, griping or nauema.
W. 0McC0llum & Co,, Druggists, 106 We Main st,, Gainesville, Fla

Take The Atlantic CoastLine

t Via ia Via i i
ont i 'o. P Dpot, or
ornv lle 0 11o1111 1 t u tt Jcitvllle aLld
No roe Jacvll lkJ i ili UJUU ie bi, VI Montoroma
Ra'id Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect" l-obruary 7, 1904, .
Depart For GAiNESVILLE Arrive From
3A:40pm High Springs and fliter- 8:tp
aily l mlodiate P'oinIts Daily
12!5ipinm Ocala, Leesburg and Tinpja, aind 8:40 pi
D_ aily I ter.__ I ediatw Points_ '*Dfiy
2:2 V5p11 'u Palatka, Daytona, JaekiQnville. 2.1) p1
l)ailv N North, East and West' Daily
12:15 it i High Springs, W\ayeross, Savannah, Brunswick, 12:45p nI
I)aily Albany. Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily -

3.: 1.p Rochello, N.icncmpyacd--Jitra 9:5 a ,i
Daily lail3

3:Daily ligh Sprin s 7:20 p in
iIy I l 'ily3.
x l..amn.d ay x S ditlay
(Uoiing West.o r No rurthwvssi, Travl i viI.jiecagiU nl Io'l ioin ,l siti d solid
vcstibulu train of Pc I luii Sl opiing, O .l.ttiA. it lt> 1i tg ir a cd
Coahvs, beit een St. Augstii uitul 'hi tn, y r y liLii r and
Leave St. Augustino I, 7:50 I
Arrive Jit.c ksonvilli, : 0a 11l
Leave Jqicksonvill I t' .. I, lI R. 9:0am
Arrive'Tifton :0 9 M
Leave Tlif.tont. G '. IV. y 1:; p. m
Arrive Macmi ... :9 rpm
Leav' Mas ont : i to. tof it y 4 :A8 p in
Arrive Atlantii 7:03 p u
Leav Atlanta \V, {, ; K :03 pm
Arrive C(hiattamootga l813 pm
I eave .hattanoogw a N., .( St. Il.y I : r
Arrive Nashvill :0 *P :
Leave Nashvillti I,. A'. .; I 1 ..:10a "
Arrive E svillh :40 a 0m
eiave Evans iD. 56.
Arrive St, l,cii :6a ,
l ,V a a T. I I' | i;li ..... 1 a .
Arrive'T,'rrr t it, in- .
Lev<'t Terr .i t nh 0. I*; R I!:20a in
A rriv e, Chl ao.g 1. :2 a ant
S /This tralttii is Is ic 5 ti-dard or pierfeti(,( .lou p'(.'scg, r s r'n, I" r Pt "itii .
resrvatiot ns and othr i.' fiortrancitn applv t lYT'i,"u, '. t '.; 1 "I t. All '
gutine, or Ataia ti- -to St, Im, roll l \v ll .i st'r ." 1 i .i .. hk St.l- f A -
Interchan.geable Mileagv Tcekets., good oer IS3le cif th, 'p .
cipal, railWay, ., in the SouiIern, ttr at'' ci a c .....r.1"S lid it gthepri,
I'hrough litnlhinansti se er Port Iitiuitn to Nv, York, via Atlt> lt o .
Linm', also, via Atlantie (Ooast I,. c , For complete inifrmtcni .'i call on
J. A. .IOODWIN, Ticket Agent, lainesil .
FRANK C. BYLST. ()N (U'.i Ct Agi' -. ST ArK Ir1 Pa"-'r t
:. ",1 W, B ay t,. A tor ,cilhlirgV ti Flit.A 't.
S.M. EMERON, Tra.: 1 .gr., v. J C'.RA t l 'a. A .,
Wilinington, N (. *- W uirttn A

Established ".,

., e1 ,4 0

..Our bumess its arietlty edinflned to thi variausataile ii3irt 1 -
o fhip .p lan nda we Ita 'opr, pi( rs,'rnil "a-,i C r too tlaw ^
peak exhtaityists~tia of t itltS iH Ve 'rse on f abstrrart
witl that. business. l We-ake r., stptfil o. t\, iqrse t.
a. nastterep rtl n to thl Mes5sent anld .. kt4 'y- "tstaer -
..Isot s Uae. Whn. y(u ci rp dax'< and4the
eths line all on or write us,- Notary public in e^ e.
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Sr Jb:W O ,




THE lt1 E R I


Fir,.Now Has TwO Exteusive
Naval Stores Plants W0rking.


4 Are Now Working Forty Crops, With
Two Stills and a Large Number of
Men Nine Mi1s West of Gainesviille,
C pacity I,200 Barrels.
As a naval I'torec matnifacturing
11 center Macbla (totIntyt is rapidly eo0iu-
ins tothe fronr, and the vicinity4 of
S Giinesville is creating a great deal ot
the benefit.
The latest naval stores farms to be,
Setabished are the two farms of the
SOunmer Lutmber Company, which are
now in full operation about niii4e uiles
west of Gainesville, where a large
number of m .ni are employed, Tihe
1', enterprisess are uidter the iuitiagemieht
of J.A. Blackmana, a naval stores i4anai
of experience.
Like everything else with whliih tI I,
Cumniers are cuinected, the farm is
up-to-date and Ioderii in every re-
spect.- T'heie are forty crops with two
ast ills. Both the old sty'lt .14d t0h1k
Yearty patent boxes are t1sed oil tlfese
farins, whicli iot is estiimated will yield
1,200 barrels of spirits this year, Tihe
timber is all virgin, and is a111onig thet
Finest for turpentine purposes in tlh
S .This enterprise ihas only lit(' ee In
operation. a few weeks, but it is dei's
tillned to become of great commercial
importance to this section.

S He is Sorry He Offended the Gentle-
man; Which Was Not Intended.
Ed itor Si11 Ill your issue of Stil n
S day I read, tmuchto illy stirprise 1and
regret, all article writteii by Mr. I,, M.
Olivtr in which lie resents tny niention
of 1S8 nalln ill connection with Lthe
race for'gov'ernor ill iny article reply-
ing to I )r. Ktelley. Now,, wish to say
to Mr. Olivir anid ali to tlllhe olh(r
genlt.lerllan whioi fi4me' 1 took the Jlit-
erty to use, that I ani very sorry that
they tI ool ex(eption to my 1i1 of their
44| 4 605,4t4i 41o of-'
;ins intenido'd. ASA Mr, (livor

A. G.H4usin Wrt Phllip itetler.

Philip hMiller is in reehip of a, let,
ter from A, G. Austiin who, with Mrs,
NMiller and the children, is spending a
few month! at, Tteson, A ritoita.
The letter bears informiatioln 'that
all are well atiti enjoying then i
Mr. Austinti eitures tltha tle 10Winter
Bible Copnfreno. and ohauaniiaa i's
goiilg to prov e a drawing card for
Gainville, anid'teclares a bhlift that,,
ifst'flicieit aLeouinnodattioini could. be
secured, hund reds would be attriicted
by these (teterpriseai every seasoni.
Tho' friends of this party will be
pleased to learn thth htey tarro all well,
Tragedy Averted. ,
"Jnst in the iiick of t.i ni or. r itttle
boy was saved," writes Mrs. Wat-
kins of 'leasant, City, Obhi.), "P'eu-
monia had played sad hao-ne with him
and a terrible cough set in besides,'
I octor5 treated hinm, hot he grew
worse every day. At ,length we tried
1.r, Kilg's New l)iAcovery t'r con-
sutimption, Intld oilr dalrliii wvis stved.,I
File's now sounid amil well." Every-I
body ought l know it'4 tlhe only satire
onre r for coughs, Lcolds ald aill luing
disease, S iiiiarautted by all drugists.,
lr i!e 0k- and $1. Triai IUbottli's fre ,

Southern ac Mobie and Ohio Win In.
: F4 i t 114ht '
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l t o io l l t .cr i kjor It
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G wl wi ll ,. ,jd .


says, we have 'ver hid tih lllelaire r of Su committee Fii4h; Agaonst Judg.
Ineeting hilm, but there i prolllbly not4 Sw r,: ne 4 Flovcida.
Sma 1111 in thli e ulll.y who4 ) i. i kiiin 1 ( \\' 4i-i4n \';n i4 h 4 'I'l 4.L -
more peopt pl / itlhir is th ir a ni4ni in ('ni.4ii ,4' 4r '4> 44l4 ';.i d 4 1 i4...'
t' he State i1'o is a' iiOr, niin r'bsllr i i4 i ;i .' .4 ... 4 'h 'tr4 P 4i,4 4, i4',
calldidate.''i, r o!i4tl t. Known' thii, we .r1 1lli4''! i4 ni4 '.4 \tai rIn. 4 ,i4 t'h
took thili ert.y to 11,4t0 his 4444 as 1 h4: ,1,'i' !i '". ;,4i:.,,,i ,ii .
nost itlp hl) ablo ratlh r thian ti mo, st 44 t44 (l'' ; .
( unfit 'ltiidlatt e, t14 i' I "';.In4l4 4 4U"4'l4 4l4 r' h,
4 aill, a fs rii llg both of' l44 l r' ii li 4 11 4 ,4444 44i4, 4.i. ll 4. 4a., i n al .In.1, o
.4 thlif iii lt ~, el (44f 4 4u4r iint i'l44it, i I4 4'4ft 'a "1 11'
a 1 6 lu r. f itiher of themli .and helping '1' i1 r'""i tii ' wIll 'ii"hl
M'-l41at t eij.| E'xp1 1 alio w i!l |14 aic.4' |it.' l, i',1 i i444 p lo' r p44 rtlar t a l litl 4 t 4ii
I b e g e n ta in I }m i 1 'AN .: 14 .0 \l,, l v L. i II n 1no j m'5, o l t hi4h i4 a
4 4" 1 ,4''lolr '' it. M rN I'ii
How to Keep Youthful, 444.'' 1f 4Il0 i' '4ntl,n an4 d M1' ,4la .
A ,' 44144 "u&.i i 1i 411t, 4li> i a1 rnl i'll'y
'"Thou shalt llot grow l" is n 1 ,n ..H ,
written law which l ( ry snaiblk li> ;, ; ,( m n, ,, the 0hird rt t T .iII
an 1d womalln aiIls to (obse \'rv,. A w U ,ho i 4,,, >.,, 0444
I they aeComplislh iI '-siliply h1 4
k pif1n the system in p4rfvct triim More Rio. .
thrrugh the s Augu4 l rt. Flower. 'Thlicy keep to rIaI' es of strikers nr, noti
blood pure, theliir digestion good, their n arly Ir gr'It 4 4 ilii4d'il 4h4l4 di r.-
liver.actite, their vitality niormial 4a d41 r if ti ,'ysteit Oyorwork, toh n of|
their spirits buoyant by the r',gular aon sI'4. u, <4 r u4 11 i4 wIll lit folhlw 'd
Judicious tluap. of. ;\-(ifgust I low. r--and hi y Iut 'r ('ollap1 p, u4il4 '(% li rt lial4
thus kovep youthful and hnppy. Trial it ldy 'i i4nlim4diately <'nip1liiyl
bottle's 25.. Big. bottle, T75 at oihnll- r i i' S 0rh 101t ng so 0eifliieit to (t'r< 1il:
son llBros' %rl, ,' .44 1144' lver ,
.. .ori r of th' uvr or 4idneys na Ehll'.
'HANOSOME ADVERTISING. tri, lita r t' a worndrfuil t4m4
I'. :----- h 'l'iIvw htrvii. anlid l tihe gr4t4t'(1 L
The Allantil Coast Line Has Not For- 4ill-r<,mi: iti' dic inf- for rotn 1dow,4i ty'-
gotten Gainesville This Year nIu. It dl.ip4 1 l' "t4I i ri'ti4 4 . t4h4,i.
'r"r i ali '.',ripi, ..1_ -,4 ni4r a Il tir I dt 44( 'M ra.r( i al4l i ,o'4l4,1 (A t ide,-
hlliandsonie fo4difr whih aliRs just l0t'o"1 144l 4 4rr l4 by 4ll d4ru5
S isst'ed and d t ib cited by f: ..... ..... .. .
lI'atsenger Agotnt 'traig orf the .\4lanntli '" M,:4. N. -4'A U'"iT 1(')r'

1T i fold! i d:t!0r 1oi> lns tIw, 4n'ty .pi .wati t1o P ',) . : o e '..
Swheh .atendedil. a th p of. thle' great. ..' '''' T t, ,
... lste ini tlh, e ..hack .t if' h4anlidtn444.4.t 'l:',y " '..
." iti'ed i i 5414. w'lt h14lf-ton14 e0t3 5 rfavii>(s. The wyirk .. 4* "* .,,* ,, 4 <,. ,
'' l.ript.ive or' thhe V'arioills .it l4 and
14 rl4 4 it i n ofh i irtanl e 'o i I t _,' ,. .tla t a ic L... 4-:1_- ...... .: '4 " |
'r{: but ii Iptt.,l fe'ea t"" 14
.' i . . . . . ." ",: ^' ..' ,: t i
S d Mr. (rig r a s r advertier if sb.'mtem -, .. 44 '4 4.. 4 4 |
". d'g 5 tiae .to1ron ot rat^^ d tsir '' ' re ',,, rt : 4 ..
t.le' *, entire to o oiar e t d ib th :* 1it tO : . .. I '
4 ..... ." ". -. F t 1 ' "

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t 1141e t KbW aoffeg 1 e f h S f) I. '
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OrganriT i'ati

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f or thI,. ,t k( ,
( 1t441.. 1 Mc1L
worlh, of (
-, The objut

ctien' : nou:
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stop i Ilinote If
trch *3.'ierho N national Nod.iseasecanses, so iWh bodily .discomfrt, Q Itchebt, alctu artslike
i'to-sis os.,iu ahai tih1 Eczema. "lginning often with a slight ~etes of the skin it gradually
4 in 'ln ini hdi t r DI. pre.nd, followed hy piastnles or blisters front which ia gumu, satiey fltid
.mlh'4, 'i WI. Hau. o' eswh1 hi'.t d Siscalesap off or form htad looking .ores anidseabs. It ap.
q )rnk M c uron, a. i arcII tdittrentartSotlt8f bodybut ftenestipon theback, ar,-had's,
>uth ani. tA i ann i thi(ttr 'W ul fae, ild 1i n,
>h tag veritable t(ornu tat ,t *, t atos the a
't o lxt ~' in at t. wnilmlY t dt lortrue ut t
s tlo'i n .hf ,I hl'*at4ti
hok tlw ou ,,,,.r >1 the attr 9 (1 taao to an \ pSth 1 0 A%

N EitiRn af atill llood. I n4 o h S
THE NAME MAF.RY The tenrr tying itching" giaire il in, Xroln d ViyTbOp uttre.
.. ....i. ,i ). t' is .0. I y f o dr t e, au t .ttv hI d n o rftvrn o f
'* d 1% :', / the 4 tit. W. P. DM 'SiH!
AMnt O,,tt ,, :;I':; l'i',44h.' ll'4d34 d c l d b\' Ihre .O lr4l4' a tls.iteaI P tOO lt)l*lll erth',na A1relt ,
M l 41' 4O'. 0rt ,i 4' t, W h tr 4 g lit .dlvs i tI ttaOl A, .lbl1 Vtt aA m '
**i s t i ii l' i l:iii pore1 a tih ski( of the ev poisons wi t wt whtit\ the bl ood- cm rent is over-
"*4. W is 'e > c .K loadtd W\Vhi e i a i li) r (licatiolis, such 11 a
4l. ii .i .1 :) i" '.1, f;t -' '*,., 4, C f ~~~ w l\v he' s loaps ', 41V1i1s ja4l*tl p tow "l.4's irtrso' ot hiingg (aild
'lu.a ;;,.i ;i:' ',11. l n 1, ,, c Cooli.hng thev (1' 0 not 'ut'er iito the blood itself or
'4n44' 1 ', 4 l 4 4 4 4 t0o 'h the l ire l tt.h' I ,f the. (iseatsc, but S. 8. 8.
1l4l4 .v'i,' l,,4 44441' t < i '4 i .t i,, ,'4 s4 ,v'. 1 du' .1s, (1nl4 punll' s, vn 'it'lr ,, h ia ld Strenigthell8 the
i,'i'i l r.1 4 l,4 l,4 l 111. (;, l' o' mO s4 i4,4 thil d n blood aid cileaillss -anl Iuhl. s up the g.svib'at ".1 system, when the
, ttn,', ', 0, s ,si .4 ,n '' tkin 4ot4 a 1d Il' 'c 111a v)with all its te14t4 1i i Viu: l1o14to All \ "' I Sl f4r' outr fuec look on the i Skin ,nI i. di,':(isv1s. No charge for
14 hl.i^n'o w414 r,' a.,,.....- 1 .... 1 i 41( ice. i CSWIit' SPECIFIC CO. ATLA ,NA. GA.
tl H 4i,' 4 '! 44 n \i4o l r, 'l i r I44 ,' ,1.1 4 ,
t ll, .14 i, 1WA4 44 ',4' 4' i- 4'4,,

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hikht llil n r i l "l 1 l l. "ll. :Y NT
1,h. MI .< 1 d mio l,' r w ,W Ilii, t 1 1 ar, n)1 yo>TrI A, ,t .
1., 444i r41' ,1'4 4 114' i t4 11,, 0 1 4 rIlll t IP (iltS t I 1 uu O lly
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W(ti f1' 44 u44 1441 r 4 u4l ,. list;:" o i' ii4 I I y L4 t ; +l t o flol '.-!
tw i i will r i ft' t, \he i c s r' .
Molinrg I olah 141 h i li44 'hi, 4 AVh%%,l A#." % f

1i. or 4 4 l4' nt f i.4 d :'y. L, o 2 i o.
do ,goht ,4r 4t4 1,' 14 441.' i44 n14 i, re' ' i' ', 4 44 i sI s 1 14 1111, 4 41 .*rti45 44 *
qouia l s L i4 ANNI "41," ll 1 i>4 . m 114 ''li4 4 4f i f r i t iy bl ht4 44 1 11
Wt(ni a |tlr the, Ntl!nitl', Wh e kl'> \ vlfrim wi to .>! n k vinilt, wi ll H V m iy
'""" """" '"" '""" '" ,'" .by <'' iniun n it m or addan'n a o C01ny
W. L. Yi4n4;yB Ba1thled 114t4 PIysicyiai 4.4' j
I', W.>. '4u.1y lon44l ,rn,.l\ r& HXJaa, J.,
'wrliti.: "' l'l4 severe iiw4' of h l
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Thi' t 1 4 ( r < H 'i'i h'i4< 4 f iinii iti i rhree b44t11il i 'l4i

I. .W. Ian Bhm h .


Kidney TroublIe Mlak's Yo4 Micri'thlc.

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w 42t I d rfUlly t 4i 44"'.,l;;l 4 :.' 4ii<)'p li ,,turllitf
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blI.;' andl mo l( I l (' A 'w' a '.vl,' h I; Ihe WIilS'
forryn (,, kI JWn y (ti':til '. "
Dr. Kl, <.r4':i wi4(I OlptSWI t4 0 ( t1 tIs l r'(C..'
ornm44 n.,44,t''1 :'1. :5v444 444 ,, '1 tl 4 f y,1 ''iia v- 1 I441 .
flay, lIfv.r i bla i t -. '.'it Iit will l-e. tI'- 4ird
1ju1t tl t-I' i l 4 ly .4 y 4' t 4, 1 I li h.'l. 41o i 1mo;tp'd
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pr .'h4l ,rt'. a I 11.'i., l',4( ', i, '4.1 ) yr 1)1'; irn
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WeI pay Igt or exApryh ,r o the i y
3f 6owig jijo11prl.:

IEWIS 1866. Away Above Everything in the Whisky line;
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BUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Oltd:
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full ih1irti .. 0 .

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brinndle eery thing in thi lqo If
',. ^;W < liftri.fe-#..v yth, quo:'!^
ent b r Pst Milwke and J
Wfhiki# %ini, flm o to,
California! Will frmm 1"m h 4
In.mtal ines f al da$

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:/t f^Uqlm tft ."*;.**..

aldablel Transferi HaIve
SIonsumamated Recently.

HAndsome Residences Are o,
U p, and ,Indications Are .That
ines Houses Will Also be

ver in the hitOry of Galneisvtille
4 he been w l0i. ftvity in real:
ted bulldiig. There has been
hetpast few wlepik ;r teal ePitato'
SAtioqn8 aggregatiig, many thous-
4o dollars, Thri irtperty, which
i io both Usinesis and risldeno
twa not bought for speculation
b t. actual bujilhdifg purposes) 'as
a. already been demonstrated. in
manyttistanies. There are numerous
oidences being constructed, many o.f
emllrOexpensive, and preparations are
llilng made for. the buildiiig o.f, sov-
oaitl h iui'.ls lo o .:
J;.l. A l' l*, who recently pur-
asled' the west half of the Joseph.
property, WV. Union and S. Garden
s'l.treets, will erect a fine brick 'building
o00ntalnlig flve commodious stores.
7K'( i E sndel is waiting now upon bids,
p lvinlg submitted plans and specill0a.
tionsi to several contractors. As soon t'these bids aro i the contract will
be lot and work will begin niiniediatb-
K ly thereafter,
4 ; Is understood that J. P. Batik-
Iil ght, who purchased the east half of
th Joseph property, cornor West
AMaln and Union streets, where the old
wooden bliildifig nlow stands, will erect
a niBlobrick building containing. ov..
oeral desirable store.
Oils of the inot important transfer
of r;,eoent date -was tli purchatse of thei
W'heltstona property, at the corner oft
iil!t Main and .. Uniofln '..ttreets,
by Phifor Bros., mention of whliich
wasl made in The, Stiin. As
hllsbeen stated before, the rapidly in-
oreasing business of this inrm demand.
id ori e "Cnoodios quarters,
atid it' istheir intoentioi. to. erect dur-
'lig the neo xt few months a handsome
two-story building of broad 'diinen.
lions, which will be occupied solely by
,thsAt f ii i L '".,;
A 'Fart Remredy. for Babies.
SItii leasati tlast and prompt oureO
'liav *n mado COhtmberlail's Cough
oeimodya favorite with the mothers
S of small children, It quickly cures
tholr coughs iitad colds and prevents
; any danger of pnutimonia or other
sorIous conllsequellneo. It not. only
Soeuresoroup, but when give als sO01 as
thLIOroupy coughl appetart .will prevent
Otl 'attack. 'For sale by all druggists.

) tie. bead early today' yili'ulars1
and i(i tlmloy".woundelt. the urart,
;'la blown l o0it the front Wall of the
Ptflliit!.. whl Charlo '' Warren and
'hi'tiAr MA twnlcto, attacked tl m and
tiMal thI in: to :fy, after shooting he
'I ly failedl to; obtain :40,0
w ii n the bl.ankiits vault; ,.
.The 14o' JeanVI.1itiL Wo Fteir tW
S I.mti)1a l it.Ih'u ioei Siteerv.dlhat
If it TII 'ol 'i" fed t io 'ive the
i ifll tl. !' lie o d to I t in :th
,fo l l ig o '11);ln lan on+, Uir v soJd'l;rs, -.l. of.
you, now niiui wht I 'ay. orderr
1o's' (i4 soon s1 -ha 1ive tdlol epe Ilk.Ing'
t4 stil sti lll' evtry onIe otf' yOu, o1 ttire
stPot" vhertii' you titippein to' lie, Don't
'you tair mIeI'? lItait, I say, althf you!"
I.1 Jt6in. tll.. si tiongmlnillhded woman
inta(p th1 ifllufoilhit.ig colinrient: "Now,
M. 1,e'ni, t witS ai tn unlucky day .o
jv tl n e:.'i' ih or in Il hl i'.at little
e 'miclse word .' rroi (A,'vily rosy. pair
Of lins you meet May you halt wIfeless
1 iaroailh li fe. MNiy your lbtitloins be
slipilshl, your strinllgs knofly iind your
Htocitingit full of holos, Ml'y your boot-
Jfl your shliavlig water cold; your razor
dull, your ilr lh statnd- up, your collar
1li down. May 'your beard bQ ploren-
piny, your whiskers thinly si.t3d .Muid
youi' usmincels cu rl tile vwroug way.
May your coffOe be Inullddy, yo6ir .11, t
niltoky uld your .eii wittur bewltc tdi.,
ild, wlh it i i. n .ver dyin31 desire for aN .
factlon, umay yoii erawl tholiuongli 'ron-
tloin a tieki, mine(rable, nisty, forlorln,
fidgety, ftlsmy, rhllculous, ruled, de.-
jected old bachelor.." '

SHierbert Spne:or In tl;ldithlI.II all 1tl
tlis iappned to follow a lead set to
ihli" 'by others of'. his 'nanie .' ICharle
Spencer, etcoid Lord Suindlerlad,
would not, when hie sat In parlIament
for 'Tliverroi, iilowv Hlilnimself to be called
lily lord :d expressed the hope that
it0. 'would lf. iv(e to' "eo the day wwhen
.ot ii o'ir wouhid be left l Englaiid.
Another a id al b it'er Spencer,' tile tton,
(eoirio ipei nicr, s.lxty yerst ngo aston-:
ithed his flitlathe, the liaiil Spencer of
tie dAy, by (.lropiiliing his tliT in nd even
his iliioe, when iei btlt'tiine a Romant
C(atlMholc itlld eunti t the Paismlonist or-
der i.l "l'iFatl a' gl i itAlllHs,"
ANlilir'to sItreet In lie World.
SiVlni t .is- i.'h'ips tlie shortest street
iin thel wWorld IN Wvst Soutli Dlvlsliol
li'i tl In ilu"j 'allo. l.Furthtirniioe6, It ithi
ol0ly O 'S'h h',. ol-l Ii D lviNlor ittroet
proler I 'll is4 t.,14t froili Maio. hbut lli,

0ol1 suiimi'ymi' iliowed it to clost Mai
Att iot id. Itill tihrlrt .leott on the
wVct Hite, wlihe., It I.lut't'tiw lli$
smt, i, l. which r1llisH dlhlgoulily Routhih,
w'sl fl'roli Mnihlii. Oil the north of
NN'.t 1 ilisv loi>n slrit, I ShelLtoll s qular
PA) llhe 1hiort1 let liIII isll its soutlth
hil to it 4ti ll 114 l ,n.i- '; chli iig .

-e open ... M. l. .
S ua 'r.' e rstrit n.

-D Afllt ___-
,Furnitre, $toves,:Clocks,
Trunks, Etc.

'(OQip Klte Ualnesvlle I tlne C ,)" ....
F'11tuire 04 olil Cheap for Cash or
on141 Easy Pay1iaeits.

Matlushek Pianos,


'Best plano for this trying climtte, ta5
tieo longer than others, constructed
best materials, and most artlsito
workmanship obtainable.
Up to date oin every
detail and Un-
e* equaled,

Sold by us continuously for

Without a single failure, It von
want a piano for a lifetlnimes
service by the a
Math-ushe e I T

PriTos as low a Is onaslatent wfth, quality
Oaill or oi oeasy terms. Sent on 15 days'
trial, We pa'y freight. Writo
for prices TODAY.

Ludden& Bates
Southern Music lousse,
GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
IM 0 . ? + . . ..


ll.i11. It In a .IGoodi 1Man t le O(Ta m e.... V A l VAAAJ
il r 'li.t r r. Itr ans' EatIaur Sn tlnw lieviet.
iII ( luuilto 'l (lii tlO iiiO'ltc n itc I l i',hil.l, ii i ill( ty i tD IliHtusA or, '"I t think. tit ia ilodel litter tor
slil'rtl over t uI lll elti to lits walk yol to write your thinc.; i ult ot cofUi' I
I1' lfood tlitti'As: is ltu. the lenat- you wll 'opy It, liea iing ont those ni :
tit. with i hot dlr't : oiitllh t0 i n "Oht I dn a,no!" ireplid ti e girl. "' li
tli' fil d a li utniti. 'tict il Hi y t fo r oi' ''d irdst.' I I t've It .II.n ait r r hb
prioilvo theli m'i''olliit of ginstrlc Jutl'e. stiint 0 11' i r i '' e l"ei', 's. I",
A t ht- it''Vii, o il i, t he l'ab rte tI'itik' *" "".- 5.
*f sit li uds i,, t l.hl'0it hI l i t O i ottieniii'h 1110 1
li ,ii' ll lisi .ii'. i ti ui o iluniit Al fl atory Rheumatism Cured.
.ttul Li .iitt rhip'rt(ti "lOWx i t patl'ilntliy \W lliamu Sham Teor. it'u f I fl o
tlhiiiv t le s lt, it h i ti tlit llin 'i d otul iiiaon, Ohio, was conf1 iod to his
viwlt'hs oi. nmost, i l tit'l oim aItios in bed for s'verai weeks w h iiflat nua-
ioit, 11 ,tii-rnu,,' ith' Iieui, 'llia. of te tory rlieumatialm. t"I aid i uiany rin. n-
tlliit l ri of ttl .0 .i. ,h1 dire i ly Ir ( e.dhitl hi.e say F! nally I sent to
tilhe ;'tl' t t titl l (1 aws drug toroe for a ottle .of WNi N
i r thaitila ii' >, i vt,,hl. ra mnbe hl Pail t Si lihna at which
,\'It It I a'I.'i t ifo tiaol tl i or was unabte to tise hand o foot, has ut led more had cas
g.: on l, Is 'o tlo i:t!, us Ito .iiit o, a. nd in on wie Woek's thie wags able to (
., iliio lnIut oi it In ltn ,, ii,+l r, not h, tht ,(,oht,, tidrukli td
i' Itlhih O utl ti 'yi ) 4is Illl' 'mt ill i t'ft. it . . .. 1 Sto.. .... ." l ,, l. O o : t'g 1
v liKth ot r..old 1 )nr,.t:o l. it,. \ Stomachoh ordersrs, Coughs
"taklt'n i lhint lt >.il 1tirrh., tih,', ,,, IIl i, |i,,,st to it ,, 'ertt tat at', s inake and Colds this W inter than l
tglyvi wi irttlii o to'\'lht.r'i 'h T i. ,ithli. on p'i .t Ha>i ti pl'o"iit bltlif.d !ror i t\lt
oft ltl t vt.'y I ,,i li' o ,l' lt, ,'ii noIA ult, pi'ersoi i ,. it i nihltraltin" for Ail A'LL OT H ER emi todIke (
.lly. Doctor. \ whkhitvb theh lttter !.'e lil, 'cted 1o ntel
I t t l thi n Itlt>,. 'lta ly li e Bse .' I bom in6ed.
' I'. l)), ,,", t ea,'r,,s!, t Iv,,,,.r ,," ,,,, ,,,,l' Ilt ,t tittf lriitblt' tit,, r ': oy D* i - ,-

It altr.o tii' rly btr, ao; m'ct.n sY It r' or,.dcenvwd ael your D uggis t or
'p'Ki'.yltlihit itt uiolbly ai nd eniergettleily. o ll the wr ite the ManufacturRi S.
1 rstltei< og., h it IH t'l.t l ul IllI o I t txitui ll't ir tll' l :p i y''. m l i i estabi sh. .L .:

J [ien royf tt !ll 0iwiitth. tolht rt. tt tlal. Iter nut oio al Qu rterly. +. --
p"ier a at it i tng I ',w it i L lli 'ti4 i Sit Iti lt.,' I ta t l -' "_.___._____....... ____. __

bt tiltroite 'I tn61. t p tit't iovual-v So CSweet a nd Pleasing hi Taitet
tl': t w tie. gilsth ai e tofi i ti. loi: thougli It t iors(:. ". person, .. Lake s. To,
two ,in iOle lte bIifost he l, Mla tithl plll ek s'Ke., iteakIhi. of iallard's
4 itt h ou ld t Iatli tdWi, ii u rholiid Syrup, .s 'It, :h ai
S- hena1l as tii tild soi". tiC je.v.r failed i giv 0ti1fi1, tiit ilaf'ctaonib *i..' a,'^ .. "1"''.....1" u.., ,u:,
6dt owo in dpti ansiid wrot theo itw A a o efrs Ia '
I "bowa ballad, whici wsa at tlnmt .,, ot, i re,,, edies It I, my fa.n
lfed n to 14 friends that it wiiW do, uid h"bos done
t es tlgat.' to ltl'5 i!,. Whillt is aniilted hfor tit-ospeedil fure _r-
'Moher i altl, anti et : a~ iwaci aid J' Fbg.

IA 1 o l' ,' 4 by A fl P

.IIl.l I I, I ItLtL I VU T ( .
( :t ,rhi gh r

.Abiaacts' ofTitle snnd full Iifornaiti on urish4 H regarding i de Iar .hi ,;
county. Our t~aiaei ha' lived in t'hs county thirty years 'and ,
is thoirougly conversant with laid title. .

tenting a number of prominent. American and English companies
G !esr12tile FOl 'oi"ida







In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities,

Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida,
Planting Seed,



I" ~

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"~" 4~4., ~

( / A

Gainesville Machine Works

Can turn and straighten whole length
of Shafting and Pipe-Cutting
up to 12 inches.

P. H WESTGAARD, Prop, and Mg


Alachua Pool Parlors,

Located in the Porteir Block, South
side square. Three flr ticlass tables.
Good lights, and proniptanrtld courteous
service. The public is cordially invited
and always welcome.


World's Fair Route.






'rie C tair Car . :
Double Trsck llailroad
for 4uidc Booka, K4tes Anil All hI.
lbrrinatiot, Addr, s :. ;, /.;,

Xo IBrown Duildats,
LA'.LA liA.

MyertliSO In The 8n 1

True of a well shaded, steady, elec-
tric light, is it not, oh you readers? '
Well, it's our lookout to have every
imaginable contrivance, device and alp-
pliance for the perfect enjoyment of
electric lighting and other ways of
sing electricity for domestic purposes.
We await your commands.


Ol s I ..: -, FL.oRfLA:

Oan sell your city property, (inm-
proveid liiid uniniproved), phosphate,
trucking tuit farmiinglainds. Send him
a list of what yyo ffer for sale. a42t2ia
A.. J ) ACOSTA, .
Surveyor 'ian's t P

Coiiveya liilg i 'Speclalty.
Otce at Residerne, 801 East Main
street N. P1. 0. Box 314. 1-14-04
D .-. .AL )ERMAS,

[Suooessoor toSetue'rr& Aldermaul

Over Uulton & C.o's juntk,


Speolalatttentliun Crown sud llrldge work,
1'hone 70)-1.
Uradito IHitltinror Colleue Dientl Survery
Flve 'ears' experience in New Yorki City.
Crown, lrldge work and lF'illlng Speilaltles.
Orri Ic S iN nt~, liocK, <'IAI(IiSVI.I. -&A
,JOIiN MENZiES, l'u'i',,,i.
'111t-0V211 ,Hiiy !, t. Jaicksoivillis .", h. *
Past beer, bottle and draught, Don't
fail to call on nil whlci ii tJacksonvilla


Nic Arend's Saloon and Caf
.fti k,1ur ui it' l'' tu rdl.

al rli uhliiia) i lhr, n lso in .

port ed r r IO Draugh

i . ..LA .. r.. ....
* .S.teaks, ish,; (,t a C4g mne i'it e; n . + :5
t order, pool Billiards, Bowlig
Alley. '180W. Bay et.

e. t sellih iin;
-E A. WEIL & O

E. 9 'AIT .r

JU. Ma, g
EA. EIL lu 0,+.:..." ~~t
r' .. '

. .. I1 I II


C. Iiltir,, ,loprietor.

44 '~ <~,

.4. II

Nl)RD 'A, 'TO HAN.

pMusti Pay heath Penalty for
ki tli h tPoliceman ,
tinglea l .i ,a14 '( iie4I Q cr ,1,l~
in Cox t'r tho 'u irter. of :CPo-
in .a3 "b !;)hvol'l, i11r tih eigit of

14it LiUo)1'.t,- whlit:d 141and that 'hi
11ente1el, tom .4etit i t% oouamty
nearly '30 yeaito, and the ease.,' 1:
of, the' ...aiit 'rEumarkahlle 'ii tie
11 1oialIa),1i,1o of. the sst at e.
Yl i'1.I..arre Mol' thter4 st.st4 (o Cox
lie tl e afIternin o tihe ling hfinrt
leri.lig W'ithi 'au officer,14t a'n1 th wi'
0a1 was tchi'-ged with' inieting he'r
other to co1init uic.1le. Mrl.ti. Me-
bEtorsii amidli hor vlisnandailll e nutn
lturni Bun rke Tl om'o11)4 were a ri'4os 1 1
thDd udicte dotiiri t(i ch' rget of' ('Ouspr
ing to. the killing., hth 11 cas( i igiistI
'the def ndillnts was called t1h 11"Sit
'weeli in Pter'ialry aild lh11out l 11t olith
',W S o 'su1nid In theli ]i (ri s [lrl
Nearly 3,000 1i11i) '-e r 4e1 4 111i1olled'
before a. ,jitry wa l) i'l4i44 a ll,4o1 a4id
the1 jury,1 was it .'t a wpt1k befin', re4.
tur1i4 4g, a v4'fl1ct,. T''wo wi'Vti4 li14)44
the jilry fout1(1l4 ox uilit.', of.141ir4-d4r
tn the first dt rtc', wi(tt il i4gating ri.-
VIlnIsT ancin s, 4i4nd li4sa) c'4444 444 10 4ile
01144'r 4d 4l'l44a4 il4 t4
Tne te'rmi', of the verdicl t h)ft thr

.. 44.. 4444' .. ... ... /. ': 'J ,'t ..4 ... 44,.44 t'']' i .... F .. 444' . .i r . [.. . .wJ44r.. 42r4,ro1AI'y, D A AC I I ":'J,;0'" "I 'I'''l''''iit'i"" : "". ....: 4

',', 49 0 4 '' 1 ''

Ant\ uto1 oiito ieu t'ns ulinder .tits hIl t .'1ot' 1 14!W'd
a ti ; 4,oi i s t'M'0i v aillt' 1ti4bl14hed I' Ti t ioe'Da4'y
Su4n )o4tas)ontll 4a4id h1 the '14144'l .\v ee t'
ed441! ol.ufor^ # 3A.A'^',*ANti,4. Au4.i4<.4Lli0)t4twent
m4 kl01g i Ove4'(l4 y wonIls.4l, 11 t '" "
For the Legislature.
hereby ionomtu niiyself a ca1ndi-
date for the Legishitore, sibjeto to the
approval of the D )tiorati ) votera in1
the comliig irilmary re tioi4, antd roe-

T'o tleIne Doiioclrti voters ot.A.laohtli'f'
04c1ty 1 trespftilfily nim4O40o0 ilysf1
l cui4 didate for thi L,'ogialtt1rt, 1ald,
soleiitjyour Uplwor(.' 1 will abidO I1y
the avtiohi of the priimiry.
J.A. 11I.iO ROR014'1 ;
Solicit ed 1y l1iany frieotds, 1 Ian-
1i4n41lnce iiysollff 11) mutdal foxr Ro pre-
sutati44v44 from Alah11a ctCounty ill the
inext't l.gi1laturi', subject, to lt DemI) 'o-
critic pril ,atry. If elected, thel p )o-
le! of Alilhua cvlin feel assured that
their interests wv.ill b1e twel lt.
kon ear f iln l1 our 'exLt. L, egislttur1 ,
'and I s1hll v4pv4tilly 4xer 4t4'isc my ill-
llehn'e lfor thi) ienatment orf i vagrant
law shnmilr to that now in forest' ill
(Ge'orgia, 'which has ldone so lmuIh to
solve the lOabur iproblkini ill th1ti Stt41 it
A. I0. Illi.1.EARiY.
I hern hy ilIn ou I.niic 'solf II) a can-
didlte for it4)pr ei'lt1itiv, 1 fro1 i A i at
c1im (co iit y i t)he n i'xtt I,'gisl1iture,
sltlbje(t to4 the 4)tioi 'otf 1tv lio e rorat-

character of sut.n 've to ibe pn'smt. I' prin ry, aid solicit, the stipporLt of
Ttle 0. ot0in was mnalt for a nAow lly fetlow es 1poiully,
trial, and the ai'rgument was heard thi 4----- .... N-'-
mornilig bfore' Judgte flart, who 've'r- For Sheriff,
"'. ruled the motion and se0111t',d the 7o/ the 'lkn'4tiwhi "Io/'r .'Q/ iwi4dh
d' defendant to hang on the: 27th of May. C('ui/o ;
Onu of the sm',nsatfonIal features o'f l .embraco. this) 1101,hod (f eX res'ingg
re.C 4iio wal the arrest and indict, t y w rliirn fLst ippr4 inihtihm for 4 i. coti o)
t Qf t1e p4ip 1.' 1 th .ldevlce you place d 4i nl l 41 1. 100' ) 'id
V400t Of th~e pr, lnellpal Witles fpr the. conIhtinuously from thul,, dit to thi,,
r :d ense o t, 'hf e chge of pei'jlry and ai1d ii4 aob rly trust that "yau.r ronfl-
three other.8 o the 114hng) oSbortn- dtelim has not btmn be'trayi'd, hl al
tien of perjury, Cox ,shot' another enidtavrored, to 'ti very bt1st of myly
'.iffler several years Igo, aid Was iar- aLbility, tr 41o o 1iy d0(ity, r. .t4rdleH of
permitnmor the, lcoseqeteto lliy.
tOned before roachig the porlton- sel.f, o11 well 1 hav, Rleeceded I
tiary. leav6 to you to judge. I hlivo h eii
-l------ ricouragild to believe that, lily efTorti
Posumoole*. h have reiieived tlhue p1rbv,,il of 41i1?.
Proper/Freatment of Pneumonia. .piaecfiil, ho ofw-hlo i iiz" t)H of r
Pneumoinoia is too dangerous a di-.' 4'uty, for whid)h I am truly tl ikf ul.
ease fIr AiPyone to attempt to doctor I1 ,J rItim 1 will idate' filr thl t4i4 p
hinle lf, athou.t h lie ily htve th1 'porte a nd wirOi I' it l.yd, t1 4il-
proper re0modi os at hind. A ph)ysii'ian ilt ii m y litifetti,0rd weih li t n y
should alwxy V called. It, hokild I1li promise to sih.46.4 f1av4i, mid shall n 1.
borne iln m id however, that. pit I ll leavor in I h I ntirre, it in 0,)i p4,st, tot
n i'n i 4444lts 4 a eo o fro ll dluty thf 4 o't liknoiiw how, Pronii
"mflia ways refilts frm) a -ol or from in if eloed or not to w i H
fi an attack of .te ri|, an1 d that by giv- 'candi4dtte for the o4i,.1' 1eaiini, iU '.
i 'l :T''i yllia t)1 p1 ctfibl ly, 1,W'. FE;N 'El,: ,,
I thre'a.tened attack of 4) n no )i4 i n1y4 Il .nl r l, ithtil o14d oif ani ,einirg 4
be warded olt lhis r4iiedy 4s alw myself its a caudidltv for tdi'ri ) of- thi4
ell d by physic ns1 in Chi tritiUe411 of i in y, andt rmp );tfully 0oltiii voies;
pneui11onia with thl ba t re, ults. 1)r. for ith nominatiiin tit( lthi ,oi ty pri-
VW. J. Snith,of Sander.,, Al.l, w in ll ary .i Ag in I thniiki i y .i n c ii i -m.
Aft llo a druggist, safy of it: "I hlll v ( ,4 s forp4ast favors, l'.t.'f ully,
j 'been h is selling lia ib'rlain' oill f T 11 \VW l] 1 t, )p
et Rein1dy and pr4, ctbliin i in y4 int y prai
ltie for tlhe past six.y ars. I u. 1 4 it, ill 74 (/.: b Ik.umo r,'t o 1'ase4; of p t in l H( i ( i ita l l444 hav) alw "ys' I n Inn dit o minys gotten the best resWnlt." Sold by il1lierilT of .lacloin ra on ilt' i jc4) t,4 -i,
d tlr gglsts. t.hi)4 Dentioeral i prima,.ry. It' l i t 4'd)
S1 sh.4') d elis lhnrlb thll, di iits (ii f lw nJt'-
12,000 BALES OF COTTON AFIRE. lieI, Cl tHi best 'f my iihil4t.y, and o i-
Efforlitii, oih t411pp 4rt o l nio4'rnl 1,-
Efforts to Extingiush Flames on the tfiully, KW, (. 1A 1 I'.
Steamed ;r is For County Supferiolendent of Schoola.
Nt w (41 4i4; 44. M;.irch 21. )t,14v F C
(louds (4 f siiiii -ti4o4 e po1'i" 1 )i4i 4r4i 4 1<1 1 f,)' , 4 ,4 l 4,I Ito, 41 t.". 4" 44 4 1 t lid llt .l tor ,he oTfl ti. of S4 41ip ( 'rin.
th" foi-v'lard. haue. ol thlihle ..( yhtil ttld ut of PIllib li iistnri, tL i or klu.
l ]inlu! Alht!tll ,. v.'i.t. it wa, <.i. d h;ut iitv,(!ni ty, nlbj<'et, t heo l ii n< o r tn,
early 4I.(l r'. urirlliary. I 4li 't4i4 4l4 ,,h 4upporl t o) till
Altrr W):i')i ,, l rh ;iv i nhi Cho .l> ,mr!it attd proilmit i MIft r Utt t
'photh i >. i i..i!'., n u h,. < ;' no t* hi *iw y honiorablh, ,ffort to ad an'rhce i

o tH o' of th.. Iiro .llr+tt'l,.,>i l T[h dart.h fort e, i( ,r o Nupi i <;nhds,>t
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ing 1'1ll1 rifM tor 0 1" 0ii. 0r1, ef riit.1, iritit y, ind rispfo l.'lr,. y kI otl i o t.
Win ith. ( '1. 7 It 1 n I t 4 lth support of tall, ll 4et rn4, v t4t4s i-

h e l r lhn k tht'ray. J atlll~ dtda id]|itll ur itthvx' 4 ,lnte
The At1antl.ti x hif Is.1 4,f1 60 ofi S!'iPrihitt-idvil:.of rlPubllie fli ltrti (tylq
S Cotton ii(tn nrr;if, a dal of grain 1110; of..Ahli:t(lculUl |!llvett til <>hil
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ledi pringe, for !2,)I ha hiive -
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lar d'i, l't e t i i 'cin.t l an' ordlu'r!
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011m ndl. HA4iag Them.

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For Clerk Circuit Court.
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ao jixiiitn Iltyt,Ii( w r-i ,f e |tlid ." for
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dut ibt Ow'offttilc atuth oil i aud
.t 1in1ite o' .tJi.l A ipr m ii n t, ub'i.w :)'ig ,.f1 0)
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For Coilty Jtig'g., .
' I,' i'(t0i3 '. 4lnitioii'1ituo itiyw'i$lf 4 4i)itidii
ifate ti,'4i'41 t1 )tinwevritio prtiilltry or
' lastKOi! a' uin t y o r r asvl Coui0ti Jtuidgi"l. tla vltifdi a .0wutrR.d Illy
in th1o 'cpmst I f pldg 'iy o'li'n0or to Ow-
ti us0 to do so .sIh t1r, it 1Ietrt1td l
and thale l I vary gralof ait for th li sup-
port Ofthil D .enOlfatae&. v''ters of .;h
OoU0ty,' H.. (' MASON1.
4'whids md 4 f4fF4 w' 'lt' ( it;. 44.,, :
I au 1 ?iHnd4ilda41lHfr t4Om)ty41 ud3.1 ,
1nd bog .4 i fay that ill lit' pluit 1 44mvltt
y44Ou fiit il y, ly, ain1d t ,k you to t, r4iist 41
agitii, asttssunrng i'ou Ith yourh o,'li.
dewi"'t w ilnot' 1 bh1.trayed. 1i atk for
y' vo(e4s, pl'dginig tht4 I wi'lTl h'
truo1 md (aitlhfut4!as1 n14 414 h, t-. Youirs
trlly', A t. A. t': .\) l.,IS1,E.
For Tax Assessor.
I r[L'spt iillly an1 tiniO il' tySeilf1 us. a
0nldithla 'e for th4, 1t)' oI tl, aff Ax A\ Aos
of Al hlllm n couni ty, i)subjeo'it to thv. li' i'-
eritlck' primt4 ry. ivio, leen iviiu tihi-
tld t liil et tt hel iixliird ('ri' ri of lim y
prt'deo.44su4r, 1 fnow ask tUti g4o)4 o people
of Alani'tlin co ity 'ti'r lhiO ir sipport4 l ,
th) polls. I will itl1 1,) imn iiy )power U
i akift fi ithful )4iit1 .fi.i t'it, as4 i l e'sor'
1111iidl to itmakei l4 it1ore o'lerr'l.', so4. io tI4x \
i 11ho lk.4i l H 'i tlu44''idiliI n year, IVe'sliet't-
|fully, W V11;1 S ', t('01, )N. ,

For Tax Collector.
I hiere')y it'llouliH'4 m y4-4i.r) 4 <'n4it 1-
d Ith f tor of A laithu colteo iiiy, skitijrt ltoI tht
l)ointo 'rlti rihim ry, If I n lt loiii-
itled ilhd ehll leted., I tll ait lifuiill
tonscimntiously tnd einrrlotli ly dig.
cLhbirge tti (I dt lies i ttnlle i4t4 oloi t1.h
4fl044., I respcotfill' 44 li'i4 tyout rti o) p-
port' inl tht on tko ing o>p ii, e ii g o1 -
sp'e-itfully, AVW, D.IKINON,

For Counaty. Com 4ision4or.
I tliko this )tm4lmd ,of Oii un t'ini ,i
miysll-"l t inllidhitle for ( countyy C.oin.
4inhIs14iin r from D4i4t4h1t NI i i1. 44 ) j it
t1 lthn i olli 'ra1ti' priinary. If Ifi it' ied
1 01hl1ll servo the1 i.'opli' to thel hitst 4f
lily biilily', '4 !o' in l ,,'icl lb ,i'i 4ii ri) r iti
1it'lidini llt t1x14 p1,'ty'' 4i44n44y. -
lh thl ,n T .hi i,,- .ii 'th ', l 4tl,,

The fri.'iid of M. I1,14 4hi,'ghtr t ler -
hy anii4 oti'4 1him4t1 ( i 41 l i'l4 i ifdil o lor
Couiity 'Co ii .1 i,-m 'll r 1 fr,,m l iM tri t
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lida for ( 4milivy ',imti,.- iin4 i-'r f4 in4
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(rill pri4 ia' r ry, i4.. u l Oi t !su p-
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Ifledi.rinia tHI ''i a'nl land itip;>rliil
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tter of General Interest Gath-
wred by Our Repqrters..

Jt Hal HaippKland What is Ooing
.HaP-, ToId in Short Pa igrapha
,f.hat aHe Who Runs 'May Read"
Ilt in TheSun.
nlaimure With. Visinan & ill..
O'ld 6 ti papers for sale 'at1 The Sun
.The Sun ls on sale at the Brown
l Uaos tf' : ".'.
'Wa td-L life insurance agent,
I .altia ger .' .
e"ot'ry 'I, OChitty made' a brief viilt
ll'#ohellf Surnday -
PI x4Justie Tmi li aly of Nlewberry
inh 't'oIty yesterday.
ias Blat6k of Hague spent Sunday.
ith reliatlvee iii this olty,
$ toneon'n's Wnderful Salve for salo
byy T. W. Meoilum & Co.
y 0taxPts ,mt hbe paid this mouth.
!Booklpqos IAprll.. d-21t
V1 *1.dparted Sunday for
LetVyvtille on avlpit to relatives$,,
Q.OI., Williams of 1i)oll was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
O ei. 1clohrist of Wade ,was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
W, .1, Pope of Alohua was a busl-
llAmong the visitors to this city yes-
'terday was J. K. Faster. 'of Itochello,
'Captain 1, 1, W1loox, the lphospliate
minor of Early Ihird, is on ai brief visit
to Ilie fmlinlly hero,
i. L. Flowers of Willoford wasl
antlong those trallta(tiing Itisiness .in
this elty yesterday.
If y ou want printed etiationery il
.aniy form Tho Sui ofle is the pile to
% leave your 'rdtr. tI
,. 1'. .1 lnry, llenn xtvosiveo snw mill of Orainge Heights, was traslaot-
''iig business in this city yesterday,
A. J Patteron, ntuna r ot tho E S-
p yaio4611'Lube1))br(! ipai'iy, W :i'in thin
ity from Prairil Oreek yesterday.
AN" 1. Pope, otw of the .wide-owake
busiirnps niemn of A iaohtii, was trans-.
"'otting busiins'in t the iity yesterday,
; ost -,i- lnitxed liitIior.etovered vyst
ipooket tmenmoraniu inm bok., Fhider
will be rewarded by oav nig at Silun o-

Editor tiubbard of that sprightly pa.
ipor), the Alnhlua l.hiilmer, was in th1 i
cIty yesater~ay and ni(de '1ph l Sun il
S garoebeabc eall,
SJ.I), .ohtltion, It prominlent ti huhiiuses
man of 'lMayo, Lafiayktte county, wais
.In' the .ity yesteKrdey, on ubtncts with
the 'United Stttii lad olliec
L. Pearae, a ts'uecelshul Ihsiotless
an ot M.ahsti wtas ti thI cityt yes.
tLteriay on business' oi ,telid w ith
rk of.t the court., Dut0io0L 'tU
1 ., Jordan of itdiaappohti
rived.1n the w .ity, aiIt l be the guist
gnher brotliiher for the il.ixtl wo weekl n
,ii" Ealn aerlenced mnhliter oh \ tilautt, ar. city. und'a.' She will as
(ptl, S'. WeUrande thnd.;uts season:
U., LLo anupto-date planter oI
tlAb '- sectional, 'a5iu thie t
H r4tlty and made i th e stie i an a
Ite tii t oigee his a
M^^ ^t^;iih t

thiis Oitn,,Sunday1
iesse~ oBart, olty editor of 'ihe
Su4, left vyes rday for lJlcouvaille,
where fe went on important' bliness.
K.o Anrehrson, one ofi the prog rees
Ills 'busI6nese cen of High Springo,'was
registered at the Brown Hou. e yes.
Prof. Fulk. o the' Gaine'.
Vile Graded ~and iH RI edhool. ho, re'
Wtiiiedfronut wa Crip,4
.' Wells, who holds A very lu-,
orative' positon with the Irtvine Crate
Company, l at v ne, was in the city
J. E. Welli~sof Archer, the efil00n10
bqokkedpper for0, o.i. Baukaight,
uado a brief visit to hisbfavily in thi

Those. ELS Owe1s of High ligs,
receiver of the stock of JT 1tewberry,
wfa among those ho pal/ Gaineville
abaineis visityesterd,,,:
'he. lades are in i4ed to my Grand
Millinery Ope 26 on Wednesday.

dret/of O icago have arrived in the
If, iand will be the 'guests of the,
former's brother, o. W. Chase, for am

Hon,. t H 1. Weeks, chairman of
the county ashool, board, was in the
Oity yesterday. Mr. Weeks ia a can-l
didato for re-election in the cotaingr
primary election.
If troubled ,with weak digestion,
belching or sour stomach, use Chain-
'erlain's Stomach and Liver Tableti
and you will get qulek: relief, Forc
sale by all drugits.,
Blaekesmth shop for sale. No qther
shop. in a radlue of 15 miles,' Good
eas niess v btowin iito 111 health will
siellat great scni ie. Further" inf6r'
nation obtainable at Suo ofee. d2W2.
Hlon. T, V. P6rter of Jacksonville
was In the city yesterday looking after
his interests here, Mr r. Porter has
iany'trinds d in liths city whi are atl
ways glad to se himnt.
W. P. Lee arrived in the city oni a
vist to his family Sunday. Mr. Lee,
who was formerly engaged iin rosatite
and wood contracting at Sandersonais
i ow located lint a sinmlr bypinesits at'
Ot her,j olk county .
Mrs. Andrew, Howard of Pittsburg
has arrived in the lty, and will spend,
several on tha at her beautiful home
in East Gainesville. Friends of this
lady were 'glad to welcome her, but
synipatir e .hiti har in tihe recent
death of her hIusband.

position of otonsitabls antd hau engaged',
in lthelishiiig businp'as at the prairie.
I le' oxpot. to opon fill house in this
city, aIt tihe corner of E. Main antd
W. Masoni o stroot, in a few days, and
will no doubt enjoy a good trade.
.1. W. Patton hasa returned fromyi
rlainpton and other point in Bradford
county, where he has been for the
past few days suiirveying. He state
that the sections visited are oi a boomi,
inil tlit the people e sem t)o h,
bloessd With a ullileney of "filthy-
lusre ,"

telrday front Pe'iaoola and M West" Flor-
ida, where he has been for' their past
few dlays in tlh interest of' his fcandi-
o(lacy for the oaltion of State superlii
Stondont of public instruction. l
feels greatly encou raged over the re-
stilt of his work it that sctien.
Notice-WXe are now located for af
Continental rest~umnt, where we wil
be glad to ouir old and new oue-
tomiers with freshiind salt water fish
and y sters as before> :W W ill be de.
prlved of our -Phoneit for a .few day..
YOurs to ipleaseit E A lVtIs & Go,.

Sprno, PIane, Ala., Doe. i. 1809'-D'.
h, W. 1lall, Dear Sir: 1 spetit last
year in your lty and while there your
renwdy was recomitnded to lkie, At-
ter trying several olter 'hysiciaus,
purchased one simallU bottle of your
r 'dy. AIt cured nts tosf i1, .
. T ". ... .a.o e .

Ottne small f ty ihe. Texiia' Won'
. der Alil's ,reat tADisovery, all
* kidney auidmblaiddier, totbles, rsmoves
S:.graelur iaetesta o e

aos wek ad l bne boks, thint-
thtm ant O1 oriui*iies of th kid .


S;111e1Everykprope y ao t tkett will be.
d1y gi, h duly honore The cofli t between
ofI FMprk A. E. n~lptark has very sev ely interferred with the
e Iumtickd h of tlyceu fu~nially, but
do o ra o long its ere Is an atti-i on1dve'-
i Ol o last Fra of c tied the 'et wiil be honored.
sutli4 o f.iesed was twenty-nine J. H. Faites..
leatd o f A anp ed soi moe year ns a .goi e w astl
~p l ~e 4 as rep orte r on T e Su t for a a ks. P. $"olm des & OC b ro cer r Ine
.f. "Florida .;'y a, {al eiti" ckrs' grain Ind oottn, Bald
ise sa MlVer, a m blc'k, Jac knville, F3tr Speieal at-
yorsg A.y, of Pherso,. '. ar t dotolocal. securities". Refer ti
me, in the. l astiayi Sh will a i baik in"Jkisonvlle. Orderk.exe-
remattO Ihere f mease 'tme "a n te ut ee t diretly on "o o[ New York
.k< $ at ckxehange. 243-dtf" '
o Mr. Rl. LWaller, North

?G* Tean' eri

n iplay one of, the finest lines, o
eamd 6, ar thh mo. hen rwll b S
Easter latse ever seen in Gainesville,
Alsq summer hats and bonnets in great
v wriety. e 8t .-". .a,.,t ... -
SStoineWali'Oamp, U. O. V, met in
this city last Saturday and held its 6' ;
regular electioy.of officers, F. T, Ba-
ker Of Isiand Grove was elected corn- Dr, Merritt Corthell
mandant and J. 0. MeGraw adjutant.
The other officeers are to be appointedThlrte,
by Commandant Baker and will be an. l brt
nounced later. NEW VORK
MDiss Percie Fulks, daughter of Prof.
J,.H. Fulks, principal of' the Gaines-. OCT III T
ville Graded and Hilgh School, has ar- U.JL
rived from Arcadia and is the guest WILL VISInT
of Mrs P. M. Colon. Miss Fulks ainvill ar ad
comes to Gainesyvlle tod complete her
musical course Under the instruction Positively Two Days Only
of lMrs. Akiet.OGreenParker.s O' F
The Sun received ah' agreeable call s B 0 OW H 0 U S E-
yesterday Trom ions,. "james 'E, Examination Free.
Broome and H. Clay Orawford, candi- or. (orciiah willvisit touesvll nit*-
dates for secretary of State, and Al.- lr th,,iut ter. St :
red ;St Olair-Abrarns, candidate for I. h l plusl i'clt ai(l' 2i.
attporney-gertie. All. three gentle"-_.___________________________-___
11nen1 are old.. andi, ihghly: esteem ed ... ..... .. .... .".," '- ,-' .....>
friends of the, editor of The Sun and *.
are always welcome to his sanctum
As will beseen.bytheadvertisement FI I I Copiea nd large
elsewhere, Dr. Merritt Corthell, the Port'aitat'from life
eminent NewdYork City oulist, will be a sp eialtye ,
at the.o Brown House on Wednesday siS e
and Thursday, the 23d and 24th Ist;., i1] e IN'I'
and those who are in need of the ser- Ti c ol rs
vices f an iulast will do well tio call oi r Mon
on the Doctor 'oj- .lse.- dates, e O R
comes highly reooom melded. o eSMITHLs IIT
Hampton Bs Brooker of Yular is a R F S
candidate for member of the schliool 8 DO ..
board from District No. 2, of which 115B.Union et.,
Gainesvilloformsa part. Mr. Broker Gaineevlle, Florida

y e ar s a g o r iie a s l. e sayd in ( s a n -
fr one of the most popular men in his

noilncement, if elected he will die-
charg his dItty to the bestof hi abil-
it. n A I

Mies Kittle LaFontisee, one of
Oainesvilli's niost 'popular young la,
dies is thie charming guest of Mrs.' H,
MebL. Grady. Miss Lavontisoe has
resigned her position on the sattff of tho
TIhinteiaUnion, and will speondthe eum-
ner. at her ome. The children and
her many friends of riper years are do-
lighted with her vlait,.and wish it to
be equally as lengthy as pleasant.-
High Springs Hornet.
W.; L Hill has returned from At-
lanta, where he has been on business
for the New York tlfe Insurance Coum-
1i1any. Mr. Hill states that he had the
pleasure of meeting Dr. J, Harrison
lHodgeis, who a -patient of St.
Joseph's inlfirmnary wonder an eye spe.
ciallht, Dr. Danbur Roy. Frlendis of
the Doctor will feel grat'lled at the'
information that his eyes are im.
proved and tht ie will be enabled tot
return to hisi homtll In a few days.
Spoctlal Agent A. Paul of the United'
states lamid flce departed Sunday for
Savannalih, where hp goes to attend a
session of The Utni.ted States Court.
Captain: Paul will appear as a agent
of the government: in th case of the
United States v. the Saannah Naval'
.$torea Comp.ny, f,4or recovery of
products taken from f governmeio t tinm.
ber in Florida. -About $20.0.O is in-.
Volved in this ease, and the reluiult
will be watched with con ab h
terest, . ': : ; :: .; ' .. .

rshpondqetrb.te y,
underr the stile i Miller & Avehft
Coiipiy, has thld banadsolve
W '.tId.#t,.
A.: L NInT
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SEW 00).

'Personal attentioll to

Mail and telegraph or-
ders promptly attend-
edi tO,

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andd rip coffee. -veste n steaks.e
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SI dozen Skirts, worth $2.50, this week
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dozen Skirt, werth $5.75, t s wh k
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