The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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PrIvat ,.aro. 909"'Atlantic,"coast ,

Lise arrived! in 1the city Tuesdai" af '
l r ioodn, Oi this ca.0 "wr werHe I..E I
: r 0rsohn, traffle amanager,.azid W. 3.Orfg,
S general pasenger agent, both.of WII- he; ,N 0.C aod Jamei, enzcs,
| general relight aentofBavanaiha to-
g: ...ether wliet anoffielli stnographer, C
The par yjion a tour '.sot .peotlon n
of the sytrni 'In "'.lor.ild They were
greeted hare .by'alanu bero' proms:
io.* jtt ,it I lt* td eao'rted' Sro,1 nd he1 Mai
.' city' i0 rrid~g 'aceomrptnied by a
Mayor W.*, Thom'ias, SBuperintenldint A
: .' I markett of the Gainesville OGtuf for,
radlrd,J .-O Ardrews, secretary of UnI
the Otineville Board of Trade, Phil ven
lip MllIr, and Dr..Olarence B. Strouae. evy
M )places of interest In the city. wre aree
vilto1d including the schools, tihe ta b. T
S rnaoe of the AiMerltaw Bible Confer- the
onet e, and the various. factories of the Cit
letty. The oiolais expressed them1 fro
Solvest as bOti pll esed with t he pro n te
grobs ,of Galeaviei which they delo, ib
a-ired tolbe pheno i benrl res
'my 0;frieiib froem W11uniegton do noit joei
iik r Mi e he have T
vislitd GIinesvIlle very. 'SldomtO, and Ui..TJ
ate unfami iUar with tie oity, hence h
annont rbeatlieaits rapid development
roa oInilttherai anI b'elingletand. I0
i thrat I can. I have "bee a victor lto
.... aeOvHilfadtwrgul-r -etrivls for "'4
mani years, andI it does ay heart good p
to notO the intpro-venients fro(i tirttto .1.lo
tinme, poaly within the past five ot
years. I have lwaya toird my f riend Jo.ol
that 4aino0ville li the beo t iinlnd town
i.' i t he. Stat) and I Astick to it, for I
l"pow I a tn right."
h' i party left' last night for. those ,You
: oUt' llind wilh extend their trip as far
as Punta (Jorda. A
Whill here the o0infalas took ocdo. to t
S slot to pay AgnWt S-trobhir, Toko.t the
Agent( Goodwliu nid others cointnctl ing
with'tho roand oonpliinp nt on theyl. tail
celent busahiess beihg enjoyed by the Trj.i
Atlantil Coast Ltle, and the .1neat li)ing
manner hiw li thei affairs (if thoe of- ri0oo
flees were kept, wait
S ----- thei
Closing of Bartram School, niti
hiarranic ehool closed Deoeeltior 18, A
S O 108, after oe of the tiioist suoo.esfiil had
teril over tauighit, And .wo, thO pu- theo
pilu, feel under manaiy ubllgatRoils to. failed
Miss Abbott forthe falling intioret Sie'
she tookI i olir advanoenint1t, slith
Is a young lidy of amiable chlifracter
and oaie of whom nay slch0 il should he Ir
pr6od. There is .ot a patron orPt pupil atl
but what would be lighted to have mor
her teach our next term., .MilsAbott waS
lt mainywarni friend and rettives Mon
who would, liadly' welcome her at ty driot
im tiTe lat day, oiiiiiad or it 0 costa
ihtin races and a genera) reviewing in the.
all grades in tih morning, asd .relita* leot
tions In:o t aoterinoon by le ppl h s
and the presentation of the prices to loUI
r t'' hoe wh o received the o st head. Into
i: marks I:;n eac:7 g':,' i iiade, o wholIse ise
UVls-1.UeRctd secondd. grade,* elle D0 M
.third grade, Ldden idgi4blltii, ourtI dat
grad e, were te hppy retpielts of Froj
thoe prices. AfterMwar4 s si delivered dow
a prsesit to eaot h pl pild, and.when wa
sOlool was dismissed te ohilldreln went
10*al w4h c cheerful t hearts 6'andfll
:. i -.t. as ii 8iantt Clause ha"id vistled

: liot only thi le. itut maniy other .iirksl.I it w
.:h'iaiu hli,.is Abbott left in the hearts d art
mi-:' tnd* of her pupils that will iamse l *t
1:'them 'o have a warm pihaoe :i their gett
,' hearl.:t for .er "

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Ztiv, 1rant^lN I U til $ud his o r In

r,. W:. W.. Iauo t


Whe i? Ri gh t
(tt's Emuiion b
6lp with the first das

OTT a vnOWS, Mio PsariSto

ny Citizens of Qainesv
noned as Jurors for Ocala

t t0, ,W..ith6 ) 1 A ,o
r'cATH 0Q 19P ATMlAMl, Pl

l O8 ".' B 'I4y Will , all H ,onorr Will' SeAccorded ls

Aw. Lt. : (, r as rm,...y were

.ns t' I- O to1, Am m-tlti. mm''! J (Im' al.l Cor
don wc-at > 0 m; iy .it liout tiiin
equs. He p *tlOro m A rtemui't ily as 11i
t, NeW YS& he;. oii kre rtiun 1 g :w i< vet r hing

. o'clock.' At tht (iro' It s rain ing
aiil Sum- and Jackso, t o' e att l(,n .{.; tpirnislcian,
a' Term. ., ,, ...

niong the Jurynmel who will roport
duty at the coniing term of tihe
ited Statoe court,'i whilh will con-
e in OoalRa on the 18th 'hint., are
eral fI rom (Gainesvillie, amongg whom
some of our bost known eitilzin,
Nhowe u.inmimined expect to inake
Ir departure unda y for ,the oBriek5
yanid those whoi are not excused
mn duty will probably be absent 'for
days oir "tWo weeks,. N unrefason-
le xaus aWiIl be accepted, 'nd as a
ulit is a'icnlslistd that a great ,i..
ty : the lin esv ile people will be

fhe %ollwing are those upon' whom
ted S'atea Dlep oty '.Mirhal Ham p
mbers ha slervtd stimlulnona*,
rain-d juAry-lB.l M. Tench, P. AV,,
ml, ;, l. Dormaan, John Mi. Flew el
J. 'F, S'ogle, AlrPAvers and .J. J.
P I .. -- :-- -*-. ......-- ... .......................
toit jtiry-D A Robertson, Owen
yd, J. 1', Woods, Wesley Hall, lot-
Ayer, ,. F. T..hoiuas, B. C. Drake,
n l)Delose,
ng Lady of Mictnopy Loses Purse
Containing Sum tof'$260. :
young lady of', ieminopy who Oaune
this dity on bu'(ri8Bss yesterday wats
victim of n mlost sorlo oiil its, huuv-
dropptd or iistplaeed ai pur ie con-
g $200. .
h tyolug lady hadi mdo 'liher ihop-
( round, aid went to the 'wilitiiig
n of the A.lanti) Coast littu* "t
,.foir tho 01i.i0opy train. It wis.
ithatlho imlhosed her purse, andl
rilly sihe buotlue greatly agitated.
thorough s(arii ill every miace sho
vibitod during the day, as well as
routt he h"litnd take on the streets,
Oit to secure the lost mimoney, and
riturnid to her hoite in despair.
In the Mayor's Court.
vine Aniderson, a colored individeu
ho apparently got his hands on'
S"'ibooslo",thaiinwias i6od for him ,
arraltned lna the niayor's court
iday itorningljuponm a char e of
ilkeniessaind was fined :l ,Oai:d
a., In. ientenoing the defendants
mayor took ooeailon :tp pay him i
ure, stating ,that h was suiiprised
bhonld get drunk in a dry town, but
miniuli a. he wai Inoffenslve ln hls
lxoation he would let him off light.

aryt. tewart, a lhooolate-eolored
sel, from the clasii shades' of
g Al"ey. knotol ked a cotmpanlio
n with a brick, and for her action
lilneld l and cots ,
Ten Years ln-o, '
- A, (Itay,'.. i.- Oakvt. l, Itid.;
ei'tI "For years I..was co:0llned
y: bed with dissese of say kidneys.
as soisevere thatv oould iot. move
O lth' ttml)',. I eotijltled the very
tediWal ekiltt nlble, aut could
no rellef until Foltey Kidney Ctnro
Fe.0ommtenided to me. 'it hat been
ssesttmd to sis.... $olsllby J; IVW .
to ot, e "

It 1ua10f0-(tnkipt, No. 41 it,
a s(tatement aishIwing the amount

tllest- ,Alachua rounity, Flor-
for the period etditg ei ebr liift-
k.6shownb bYiutty i-ctre-sur e rr-
Its 04 Ei iany fihite, .torit? t

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- (JttSiti-tAL J, mi. 'Gonmiox,

', xI RI' UL. J. T1 D. GORON .. '
aimotunced that death was only a. mat-
ter of'a few hour's,
-An exiimltultoato- showed that *the
a ffof'ori'iti kdneys 'were failing to per
form their fllnetho)s, aind that traemioni
poison hadi let 1. Froni that hour
(Goneial Gordon grauially became
Weati and weaker, until .death fixeI
hin seal on the soldier. '
Slluntl'reda of tleegra-ma f'roni friends
and vilmpa 'of ctlo'lfederatto .veteraiil
xprxemstlig Symrpitt'hy iMo CComilng to
th fainlly ftroml atl parts of-ime. coun-
tiry. '

Due Honors To Be Accorded the La.
minted Gordon,
AMth'Ittal, Jail,_ 1 -.-..l11uerlal exdrclase
w imt'h will p1 irtlte inal ited l l )v I li;m
tlitgtigUlhd men of ihe solnth, will (1e
aulid over the roiiihtaies of i(ntitral Julti
H. cordonn on next Thurimlday In this
city. 'T'he 'exer'cimlN, whicli will be of
eulogltmllc character,; will be condrrct-,
off' in the hoius of reproslntativms ii
th> sailte house Ih this eity, and stat~'s.
men, 'as well as "veteran followers tof
Uwe iannilted chterftalin, will tako part
.It was udleldod.latelast filght by tho
Gordon fatnily not to leave Miami wtti
the 'body of Gefforal Obrdon until
'4iileaday morning, and t!the party will
et dh Atlanta until the foIlowtn*
Wednesday ntornoing I ot the great-
,r part ot two days the 'rmalns ul
th< dead conftederate' leatlerwinwlI l e
it state inf th marble corrildors aof te
state ciapltol, hvbre the meon who ftol
lowed hi 1 fla1i will pay their last trin
bitte--ti body afterward to be laid
to rest in Oaitland cemetery:.
Under the oeSoort of Florida troops
and i tthe private car of Henry M-
Ft lr, which. has beena placedkt athe
iai of the fniteral partly, Qeporal
Gordon's' body will ieve tMimai on
Tuday mniorning. At' the estate1 line
(eorgia troops from the GIeotrga mot
litia wil : am the party .
.-A proclalnm0ton 'W .'w IsmIed-t .thft
mornts by' (Oovernor 'wTerell tordtier
tnt that' the day of theo 'uneral be oh.
oserv4 throuhoitmt th 'state '. The
tlag over the ,tatthouse wa 'u'in'g lat
hialt-fmt i.toelay, and ilagsp were low*
erie ot many buildingss as a tribute

roj on arrive l re tie remaSn' s
S .e 'Mi 'it (td ISe lre sI.teodt.
hwi*y where it is gult.Be'd 'efi 4O
1y1 .is atate a; also omhatcth sat! is be-
iti ie*al by uhsadt-usd aft visitors.



If yoti want the mellow old KIwimkty article, the ood(1 wit'hc
-. headache. Our pri-.-4 will tell tile tale:
Boeen's Corner Rye per gil.$8 25 O1. i.Harper Rye. (-hgHl
Baker 4X Rye, per gali. 235 et grade), tr gal,
* Old Sllter Lake ltiy, perW l 2. Old Monogram, peri-al..
Old Sip Tyler ye, per gal ,. 2. 2 aryladl (iRye, eral,
. Highest grailes of pure North ('irolina Corn Vhiskie55
from $ifOl,)to $3 per allon. All goods dl'ivr,,d tr.e Of
" 'Promnpt shipments, and atisfaVctioln gfraittd.Send p *osto
express .money order s -" po


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,f ,I S J ..., Y 'o..Wml b uaea
d.1e shet i pt to o0o. to ,nr abhitma* i r) t tm
Now'^ a f(a 'to .'o L*o ho wae

~ litettiCte
~"Ati# in
I, lNervms~s -

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in I in

E ,. V I,' M0 R. d
Abstract ofiTitleand all on ru edregardin.e 8 an
ouity. Our min r ha ived in this o Y t ir
ihh ti t and ttles
is thirougy conversant wih

seii1ng lauuier of promint Americean Andt Jni si colnp61


Alac htia C


Ourl)buinss is strictly confined to the various details incident to the
ership 6f land,anud we haveu private or personal axe to grind" in oonnOtio
with that burinoss. We make a specialty of the preparation of abstraet5,ii
make exhaustive iivestigatiro or titles, We represent property-ownerl 1il1
nil btteral ertaining to the ai..ssment aid. payment of taxes andthl"a r
(lempion of o.utstan(lirig tax sales. When you ied promlpt and .relial e a
vice in ooir line call on or write us, 'Notary public ini o eIlce.
B, R. COLSON, Manager.

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'' Su.e s we li- ifn, tlrelt ii( imidicolhllitrc I resmssurc ncertnhiie t ly mctua, c ilciilaiti o'. QOn. e
' .' tspotdet u M ii lit d, Goodtt. i .ii (; 'il cii' ,i All work m m iri n im i d.i ',iii cit .. .
P I.O i Be 484. ..... . aa ; aii ille ridi

Three Times the

Value ofAny Other
IOni-eThird Easier
pot me. r.

IVE. l iThe onIly vj tmlgNhihic that
)Hnot flaiin aY int
AND Itiotary Motioill i1n1d Ball Beiiar
iutik t it thi ligihi'st riunling Ini
i i t h e w o r k l t
SAL \g ilt wailteld ili ulioccupl ed t"
tm ory mSld for circliars and ter~ s'

Wheeler& Wilson Mf'g
'\t anta (,eorgl


"T t PA

[sue;d* ,inil


mThe sTimeSlnitn oeclarsa'That Both
The Southern artistt d Baptist
Witneq WilI Hve New Field of. Pub*
licatio .-A iMAtter of Surprise,
TiF 'F, i Fh .liTlmt-.Union of the 9th
.nst, lotfi a piece of information
;egardig tii.hehange of ofee of publi-
Seaton f Thle Southern Baptist" and
Tie Frida ldA ptiat Witness, which
will no i obt .come as a surprise to
"alya.S. heree it :
ti'actkoville i :tobecome headquar-
el foe Ibe publications issued by the
baitistQf Florida.'
''is i ans muchto the Baptists of
eaks6o le and the entire State, 'for
with thl papers published in' Jack-
Ssoivilll tle metropoliss of :F,1trida,
there w bei a better opportunity to
uiprovi ery feature of each of the
PlPrse, aat th8 same time will en-
abtleh ti to obtain business that it
lould impossible for them 'to get

S ev. olley and Rev. M. A.
l: outs to editors of The Southern
:. aptist, ow beingg published in.
SU::ainestill, .ere in tlhe ity yesterday:
:.ani perf eoed arrangements for the
Printing. of this', paper in thlil .city.
SThe editorial 4 fles of 'the .paper will
lee in Iloom 5 of the. Timhes-Unnon
bellingi. :
T:1The South rn Baptist Is a sixteen'
Ipage paper, published in the, interest
bf thle Baptist denomination, and en-
::Joys ainendoroueirceulation, although
;tiu publiboation of the paper was begun
only .tle'th of April, 190a. The last
'is.uie of the paper, which Is the con-
,vehtion number, has cuts of several of
l the leading ministers in the State, and,
Si a credit to Florida journalism. The
Movement of the paper to Jacksonville
io in kIeing with the progressive pol-
icy of aagur and the editor of
iaI who arwh sparing
'neit1 timepo mile'f o eep the
Spapet ini thie front ranks of religious
Sl jonuritliim.
'hle orida.Baptist Witness, which
Sia been owned and edited by Rev' J.
SCr i'orter, and published at Oala, Fla.,
tle pas tiit fliteini. years, will here-
anur be published in tlis c iy.
:'ur ome time Dr. Porter haus been-
ji poor health, and he has ldeCided to'
: i,, up the paper business, mhiicl be-
Sc11iie butrdensime to hlilini acolunt of
c'4s contiitond illness. A new -and
'6-rolu stock company is being formed,
wnhaho iavpurcha'sd the Witne'ss, and
rinri ed'it to Jacksonville. 'Some of
th!e s*tr 1t bitsititNes moil of the city
r, iiter"4t d .in Lhie new inovement,
whI iilais ie the success of. thie on-
te rpriise.
i l Fii.or!la ptist Witness -s the
;l' :tj paper of tihe State among Uthe
StdsllS s, ,and ais Oasociated with the
':i:pi i-t history of the State. :
f' lorida. Bli:tis t,, a paper pub-
I ,i i i'ATamps., has been curisolidated.
: lini 'iheBlaptist' Wiltess, under the
', ian)agenmeit,, Re W. I, Mah,
: .:forFiur editor of the papir at Tampa, is
.. initt.rcted in theta new miovemient,, 'and
.'expr. s -' tiunself 'hopi fully as 'to
the prospelcts of the f.per, uiderr the
n .. : i a:ct d ministlra, tion. ... {
A NtightAlarm ...:
'j Worse 'tla') an alarmin .f tire. ht night
js'i tjt, brsri y cough :or roup, w:i(!li
I:. O 'itds like lthe child ri,!s' death knell,
| niild ie naeatis death unl r bs rttthira 1gis
'4"ne:jlcikly. Foley's.1 iy aad Tar -
"':;iever fails:to give instant: relief :and
sicklyy cares the worst, forisf lif ocroup .
.':Mrs'L..L LCordl:r,' of Mamiington,
Ky, writes:' "M'y thtMre-yearsoldl girl
:"alaeevr'. ase:uf.;rbunp; the doucttor
dt' one'' fnd Ta'r, :tha frt
etF t ai eik elief and it sayvid her
,old by J W.McCollum & Co.
Ky i::aga nd O ::ffice.

DIP g ,at thi UnMited
oberttdt, :drhie clerk in this

!i6Y: l~ySe~s~f

The Syftm

Toroughly Oleansed,

Coltfpation, Bilisoneiss, In-'
digestiors ai other internal.
deriangenpnts, log thI, systen. ,
With in iinrities which catuse
serious s if atilowed to're-
n.ain. Whoe ithe: bowels fall
to Aot regularIly r the iprnopt
use of a good Jaxe'tivot will pre-
vent serious results and snve
.dokto' bills,. M OZZ LE Y 'S .
LEMON ELIXIR has for years
been recognized as the leading
laxative. It acts promptly, but
gently, and unlike calomNl or.
tablets, it does inot gripe or
produce the slightest unpleas.
antness. It keeps the. system
thoroughly cleansed of all iri-
purities iand insures perfect
health, For tale at drug stores,
65c per bottle.


Lemon Elixir.
Made of Lemons.
l-i-i~r----.-.-. --,-.-^.-i
Painful Experience of Joseph Warren
Sunday Morning.
Because Joseph Warren, who was
driving a heavily-loaded, wagon con-
taining carnival effects, ran into the
guard rpes of a tent in the dark near
the Seaboard depot about 2 o'clok
Sunday;ionrniing, one of the :employes
-a roustabout-of thle carnival struck
him suddenly over the head with
heavy saontling, i-nfllcting anr ugly
Wound and knocking him almost into
For a moment Mr. Warren was so
dazed he 'could realize nothing that'
happened, but as sBon ai he regained
his faculties he came up town and re.-
ported the matter'to Oflloer Cromwell,
As there were morE than a dozen on
the scene, however, and as the conit
plainiantcould not identify the person
who inflicted the wound, no arrestts
were made,
The wound was a dangerous looking
one. Mr. Warren bled freely while n1
route to iind a policeman. He will
likely feel the effects of the blow for
some time.
,.--. (I-~--*- L -
Brutally Tortured.
A case came to light that for p1ir-
sistent and unmerciful torture has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
Golobick of Colnsa, California, writes
"For 15 years I endured insufferable
pain from 'rhetunmatisii and notiing
relievedi me though I tried everythiilg
known. l, came across Electric BIit-
ters, and it' thle greatest medicine on
earth for thal trouble. A few botthls
of it completely relieved and ; iured
me.". Just as good for livr r and kid
niey trotubles and general debilty.,
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranited by
all druggists.
A Panting Proposition,
Willis Mliann a, co lore d character
iell known. tlirouighoii tlhe VWe8t .,End,,
was" arraign4t in Jiaustice F,',rtoonu'
court at Newberry AMondday un 't h i
serious cliarge of stialing o)nm ,f t h
orifly two ale r of pailh. owned ,lby J, M
'patt rso ..
It i' said thit when I'iut.tirsni Iti-
came aware that nth l pariof hisi troui,-
ers were missing hi breath came int
short Ipants. LHe ilni'd lately caused.
the arrest' of the uIilc'ce*dl Maetu, andi
th,l evidlinoe was strong. hnlir he
waas urrasigned 'that tlhe Juftico. wa*'s
eom)ipilled in:t convict hli)m. I'l will
Jlne you $25 afnd costs, and in the event
you cannot pay this it '.will bi" n('ets-
sary to 'six we'ka' in tlc coui0ty1
pen for each ,!Rg, which ii eani ,lb r.(et r
moutis That will 'lia two 'i egt of-i
yout,"'t remarked the Jus'tei. e
I Failig tit l eure tlhe t .:etiary c ifoLr IoLM r>'lsc..;aD~tu;yAnwill lhQ.taki~ i to

prtiOn; ilC'dt areh I 'atttlHtriln troill-. i
i~ed him'tlie pants for eO.rtain Ilabotr
performed, (hrweve t.,und wheab ho es1
out from d~r the .oili of thl fi
proposest lsl.t h liit i 'o "reehet of

Night Was H Yruror
.1 *'vroulde r gh msssry

Ajand r I ble $i'Ob ,s

ChasBIii, i & Go
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We pay freight or express charges on the
following liquors: :

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ... .. )
12 full quarts .... .... '. 7
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 1 .Years Old:
4 f ll quart ..........
12 full.quarts:. .. .. .. .


4 fullquarts; .,
6 full quarts
12. full quarts,..

4 full qua-rts'.
6 full quarts ...
12 full quarts ...

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.,v-,-. ..... . 8 3 5
.4 0O
... 8 00

We handle everything in the liquor line, iar
agents for Palbstc Milwvnnkee and .1'ing'a Beetr.
Whiskies, Gins, Rulnrh from 1.50 to '.oo per gaaI,
California Wine om 1.00 to 2.50 per gal. 1 6 it1
ported Wines of all description,.

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and ,i aoi for, ,nakt '' '

Wie wouil bl piaseil toM s i
Syou ur "'Hibits (n i etan Outs
t ,rn" miiet eof Ue r.l nurse
StouckI, rotse, i~ onriapei et'tF l ._
Inspc' t ion o( unr stock invite' ,
i. S. (3AVES, Propri etor
Gaineoville, Fla. : ,.

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.Uil,'1t) tI..tiimn aits.Il(:) ON t o oMAPTA
4145. Ia OS( iV.ot A. :
Noti0 INs >tsObiy nivorn t,1t 1M. T; ,tolwa
tiutotwhuliserl' ot 'T'uK (titlIIto Not t O8, ",tt 'tthe
th diuiy oApril. A; D, l ths'l'i(tsltik t ltrt-'
dt In tItY ollic iud a is n1td .at itailt On lat r .
ttx' dOod io ism'y lit: itoorliiitoc it ttlo iw., 'tul.t
oertlttOtettii'mraoe,s thoe follwins doesrilntQd '""
piroiportyl itulUtettl ti Altohulun ouity' plordl'dt,
towit: '
tow 4t; 0 c. l I .'L .It, t, i 8 rae ii
''tie slad land bolnas (mstsetit ,the tatef
tho Issuance of suh oertilticate Iii t'h% 'imno
tril ai d t 'Jort o ttll t)4lb t eii o
.0'wtlltu l :it 4 ti.h of .hltnuar'y, A ), 01) .i
.WtifnTeKOy of tlhllt )t'tnatirn it.And n l this
thil ch lnay ot it)ieoelnibor, A. N, 10. i "t'.
I ` 1. .. 111 C, "TM ilif_ ,
Cler Cli'oult (our nAltaoiti ouitwvy, irldta.
Pit r Iti. P HiWotg3e, o. I,
NO'tI C tO Oi Pl) ?fr[IATK)lN. Omituih at GulltUmesllye, FIi,
Nov'wihet' at, KtI
Notlue ls horeil Ilven. tatl In oonuplllikn
with ttit iiro\i Juno ii.117), i iittllodl "All' AcAi' r t(0 e St 0 (io
'La'iliiei lte tatults of 4 Cal06rtitl ea.
onl, Nvada, o inl Washihl aon .etrito," as
Xtfts lto'all t,\ AndUbl o .a1nt ttto Iy Act0
At it.' 4,180, iOrlCtw A. E ofWll., or
l h 4(itt l6l1,(l, ooliitoy r tltluiy ttl, 'St fio 't
ior'ln, hti.M th.i daIy ildt hai n hs oi$mo 00lIN
8worn uttaomcmt No. 1t, fot' the purtmhSueof,
thi'Nwcor0 Noht, of (i4irt'lt> No,, 8 II qTw.-
Nl1t): No, I So"til ,1tittgo No,, .1i .Eat.,
ifd Willtl i,)lIr P'i')to t .ilIOW .thi u tho hIlt
14tulihtlii, i(uoo) 'Vii 1w" 0 o rt i its tli l rtor s InIo
Itittit fuir 0t1>'l'ttituli'rl t ni> ,O1H til toit estlttUih
his elhrlitli nO Mlt llt)Mttll roe tle IleHlster dlili
!h oni l r l tta-utlhe Mt iUlldt l lyilt, .hi oil
l attiTy til" h i dn'v of 0"t0rt i ry 1 l .. '-. :'
ItIit, W ,1, l ittet h,'Ih .1t11 4 41i, I l vst. V. l ii Y i '
Anfv i, (ll l >(!irllll lti' ibhollihluu, .littu 'ly lloio
h 0v .d l.h (h 1110(11,)i l.llln rl.lli ( ofr ih orn !thl Nlth
Illy or I t rl i t, l 15X ... ..'4h : '
id (. ti I1 1 NIS(Mo, {It lt. rtt r.
NOTAi'l l '|l'O.Ni )NlC l .t l lt I't NT, t'
I lt lit ( 'ht'l'nlK iiit, i"l Et tritl Jmf ()lro h Clltui ,lt,
ti 1 Ii .'letln (!t i("ro it .
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iA' l %Vi l ii l ., hli 'l l, ti li l m iO q lo
Mn lU lI,'L. Wowd, dlilak ell, anilld orill I'd".
Wood; 1111 for iho ll, (ioi,), iiri) (i iMeorl,,
.11, wi a tip lig !),y illh10l141 u>)lmiod it.nh bilW
Illhd l it I u l .i a ov 1 s1,1011141. to l i t(hat Orthl 1,.
N. i tii^ 6o"lrlt )f th(e o) olunlytle ltt th owlli, >l l(ned. l
INt nhlit)(>'riemllo t l t'l(rtli MW V 00 ,1t41 llit ld *it
63dieldilrt o r nL1 U n;lted Sl(te\", lwtf.tllh it.n l-
tV-,nfi V Ulm'M; It ,II the1i'r1foi1,?" I'd o that islal
,iif.'('i'i<(l'IIt ({Otiiiifindw ic tp Iild IttitoIn (ieroby ro,
hi mklhl ctiit) .lOii:* nn t 'l h li o lltyit th0 (it
. tllhgnd eli ml |1I hill ll.lwto IjHMldg i ; tOli "ltWd
It JA fumll 1rill ,.l ,. li.nto, llvl d orbir o 1 4ft 1i)l,
iln or( I ; xtin'c 11 \ iok fill' fil' 'Pli'h .l,)iiroitilan .) 1liu Iw.IO ,
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'*1)N hi! i' tId( 'ii*)le lSholltarl ilt 'uo. l : t(^, 'In ','C*
SItliV;t' '.lin utonil'1etltvl..,w Ith b i'. tud jstq ,
tis't I'i tr i A ti i itirotloss i clttitt W tli .. ........
oil h.1446 04 ti
lItot ll 1iitlwtVi t jl t u ti.ifa to ')i tin. tHi) l ise 1 '4
l* t't 'iiiu t ,l'.ti- litlt'hicIrt' te '0hall e r t td .. o.
Ihtlti',ilVU t leh'W, 01.1 t'ttltt .:t.4l! ll In s|ue i'(uH m'', .*',, :
itO t 'lii i'. o tlf tui tiar .|.11). l! 't. '. "". ''. '''
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SI il .iM 'r, PS.FAVORITE '

Alachua Pool Parl!Or

S i. u.t'sW, ,rprs ter.

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Tan"R: opw Otso to*t i
STh, 'Twi.ce-a-~"' N" 1a year; six,
0). the lp I ingle 008opies,

Anvrand se RArase s'
(t;^ r th~ first .sand so' la e h
I1a^K14el dv)'tlsemtents for three,
Peto furni0 ,td up4 p .ptl.oton .
bled n bea It, r.ed

'; We will n Acept stamps of a
Orgp. denomibaton 'ethan '2 ents

On t C anwo Iisy
-the Sun and the ThrceWeek
N.Y.) World yar .....
The BStin antid the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constitution one year I, '1 ^
The Un and, the Atlhanta (Ga.,

Tines.Uni'on one yeaoii... I0

To say 'the least the ranknes of our
frland BIrothier 8etser, of tli0iligih
Springs' Ffofnet is to be admired to.
this extent, whloh appeared in* the last

frnd or anyone should ask you about
the political P sending of :th0 HIoit,
justw telV h64 that it has 'not co-.
tted itself yet, and is simlplywaitisg
-fort, lniS proposition.'"

This ti. the way the sage lf iThe Ma-
rion ('nd.) Chroi0e1lo Iia.s iup tbhe:sit
nat;oI oi v"It is reported t.i1at Pol rI'ba.
.' oultLbe willing to part with Panama
for a money 0onslderratlon, So' would
1: aragui; so would. Peru; so'would

: met tht hlais lo a0uority over .PAlI-
.. m. I''it M .ocorts to tihat Colonbfo has
already parted with Pianima

7ithe farmer who sl out of (debt, has
'.l orn l4 the crib, hlis itok welll
housed aid htis latrder provided with
Sour aid fresIh iaiage, is ini a position
of girator independence than :i, Pier-
'pont Motrgan, (Chauincoy 'M. Depew,
.John Rokofofller or any other fol.
ler. Thleret mitl Itieslo when the let
o: f the farmer is full if Iar ad anii ix-
lety, liut niost of themi are coitteit tand
very independent thOse tool dnys .

The. Atlanta ()oistitutlioi thlhikln that

men in the world to oppose t, 'federal
policy Mbased 0on tlihe hven-given coll -
S. ttlottional lrilhtof ttcessiouMi. 'It r-
% ges tse repre entativs Iof'thSouotith o
lf '. 1ongr to get'tpgolether for the l'a!a.
e:ns": .. ri oanatl, bec!ause.thelia.lltrger bIiepfitt
Ij .. fron.tlhe great entorprie nitmst accrue
o .thlis .seotlon by reasqonl oi its goo"
raphbtai' situation, ,and for other
'' patetit reasons.
New a uidviiitable anthrclite depoei-
Its have been found in southern Polenn-
si.ylVania,aseveral mfleIs below t. h
S boundary se:t biy geologists as, the limit
of hard coal deposits. Ol e vein Is
: i. ,d to cenltain a s lileetnt aquautiityl of
ool' ee:t a lare colliery bust fr
S .. everal Years. Tihesie i1ew delpositl,
.'".:"..however, will not tend 'to .derease
prices, A the trust mities,:by the way,
are to i e.n srt thue ." er this 1'a'
brisk daenida. for coal, bqt"the tre' t ia
ge:, g to curtail produetlois' and hold

tI itl?4 K i a! i h~b lb 1Wti sehare
t: ,hi rteen bl rtii t.getrs et 't, quweisi'
Ion the utsaitlun, feor fronm what we
t hair A r-eou tes do use, we h're-

)f all t orts are St-rue aoneeiiu~n,
t*; he e of liquor at. Hiy ghs plr isngs ther,

4/\I,: 'jes*1 paeo plel in Hi tha ^pritioa. Time

ag si4. a ieno th' t t r
A i. A lud d sse tb resoh In 'a

.#ai0 0 thdI iisNus t not ,one of
ace no flsi tWas as dear to theoyoato
uordo hwoto ,b the n0th0
; ge at;; Journal sags of the dead
o"IThe ,8oth loolted upGordothn Irn a
'inqer that hasfew parallels In hi,-
tory. It adniredo him( for ib1 leniea,
heart;l it honored him for his genius In
peace no less thane or that aoyous valor'
Which 'marked him In war; it loved
him for hbl' radiant, inspiri hig person
ality, as the South has admired, loved.
and honored other men. Bu'ot In the-
Soutih' attitude toward Gordon there,
was, besides, a species of tendiernes(
"For Gordon was an incarnate ideal.
"HeI w4a, the embodiment -of a race'
idea eof true manhood and nobility-
,the highest itype of theliavalier. His'
spirit was a bloom front thlie traditions
of generations; and among the most
ch6rllhed radical traditions oft genera-
tions to come will be the story of hi1 '
life and deeds, 'he h storianof the
'future will regarttd him as a symbol,
"So the grief of his people Is the
greatterat his4ideoth becausee his life
expressed thp highest thought; andf
noblest feeling of that. people
"IFew other names have been spoken
with the inflection whic comes iinvol-
_uJly to the lips of his comrades.
wlen they utter his:. lor when one of
tlews rien says ",ordon" hle see-.
"The di4hing figure of Seven Pines,
Mavern Hill, Sharpsburg, Obanoel.
loervlHle, the Wilderness campaign,
iiatyaburg, 8pottsylvanin, Monocay,
isihers's' Hill, ;''edr7 Crook port
Stednanrl, Apponmattox. Allthatthls'e
inames mean to him comes upoi him
And 'ishakes 'iis. pulse and, dims his
eyes with toars of pride iand pain and
qoulkenjt his spirit at -the name of
,.Gordon.," Hiis elbows touch again
the elbows of dead comradtes-he siihts:
his, eyes-heo sees the battered flags
tossing 'like, feathers caught 'in the
orimsOn eddies of battle-he hears the
clarion voloc of Ootdsn in tim van--
and then ltho l1ie leapsa and surges for-
'ward aorosi the scarred field in the
wild rush of a resistless charge--and
then-and thoin-
"There comes a cold clutching at
his heart; for Gordon ties dead to-
day !'"
Th.e Blradentown Herald of last is.
suO decla'res that during the remain-I
der. o tho boanpaign it will support
the candidacy of.l on. P. T hallaferro
for the United 'tates Senite, and
gives' the followhig good reasons why
it d o e t ,.s. '
"'Asa nntounoed Iat week, The Her.
aid, after dulye pt i ldoriiogA all the
facts ald ertuonuthaneei lit rlatioa to
the Unittd eStattsd entor tlip, hasode-
ided to wiupp.ort Sonaitori,3 P. Tal"t-
ferroe for re 'eection. As 'We had
leaned i somewhat strongly towirdt Mr.
8t0dktorino 'n th opeiining of tt cloasm-
paigh, w deen, Ito due to the public,
i well as tl he' 1n4didate# them-I
ieilves,that4we Ohomldg o ofthe
reaisoni tor, our tit i0 I ,t r' '''r
"We weo e s t'aqiiftad with Mr,
Tal!stfero an11d th cry of orperaothr
tool, sbrvanit of" truts 'ind o(f. the
Standard OHii companyy had been.wrung
anid d iniedinto ouTr eareuntil we 4 had
yielded to theory, and. felt sure that
when the mlfpaign opete d somento of
these charges would surely b prov en
sultlhioetly to warifraiiit those who miiade
themi, in pirosliimingi them thronah
thepress and from. very stunp In th6
S tate, ... .. .
''Iut our careful and ioniewhat 1la.
borioss. int' estigatIon of the charges
so' coBtplettly refuiges avery ine of
Sheai, thutwe-feel-sea -tra8 eapt site facts as itadbotly shown by
le record prwof of the thatator' .n*j ^
fuinesan sd ability ,'durl his "1s

aliseS eptor fallafterr*'s reto' wil
If fair ss4^t4aree l'th use tha hit
whole et re hsM ben .one 01 m
efu.lIess tt o ii State aidt"aerl

A L I,- h itito ha o been.
pp di~ag for 'ear irlf century, and
hadbeene abandoned by the-
Sootral Agents who were promised a
l'r proportike of itst if oledr byF
selit; ard al )florida representatives
d *iorkeoteto the best of their e abtty
ev.ane' war to'get a 6ttlemept,
baeatrh ltfeI h asdo ,it
id.h#4 iby the vigilant watchi lnea s k of.
thes stor who toop bkver4 ge ai te as
p oarinity to put it Into pending
bill that his items of great pppolarity'
,to taise its passage and insure it asure
"Thus t endtor Talaterro'* watetoh-
ful 0a6re was the cause of his seeing
the opportunity and grasping it when,
obrhaps, many lkB opportunities
had' been overlooked. by othurs-.
'dlrnal igil th pe s he pr ofth lib-
erty'-it Is likewiBe the chief merit of
a senator or representative, and when
a man has proven his trustworthinesm
psSenatorTsliaferro has done, it would
be auicidal to set him side for an un-
tried :maHn who shows his lack of knowl-
edg byy standing up before an intelli-
goent audience tryiny to convince them
that his opponent does not prove by
the record that he voted for a nieasure,
when it shows that Senator Tallaferro
called up curtain bills and asked unan.
I "noos consou L for the' passage of the
same, whieh was given and, the ill
"The twaddle about no record atf an
aye and nay vote or of any tspeoech
making in support of the bills, die.
plays sueh a lac of knowledge of pro.-
ceedinga in Congress as to be of itself
proot of the u Itness of any I an rak.
ing iuch a' ridlulous point. Blut we
"find thm t ai the charges. n ade against
Senator Tallaftrro, are of' a like
frivolous character. One of his oppo-
nents goeta up before a large audience
and gravely iasit': "After five years in
the Senate, what has he done, what
metksure has he advocated to relieve
his ipeovplrfttaxation?" Whatidoes tle
question mniean? If it refers to ordi-
nary taxes, very school boy knows
that taxes are in the control of State
Legi'latnires, and that the Senate ihas
no control of them. If it refers to the
trusts and to the tariffn'thcn the record
shows that Senator Taliaferro has

stood squarely upon the Democratic
platform, and the innuendo carried by
the question Is not fair nor honest, i41
that it implies a faiillure of duty otn the
Seitiutor's part, or' show. igniorince of
the questioner or a violent presump-
tioni of thie effort to deceive the 'poople
arnd prove their igiortance,
- "It iSt eay to make grave charges
against public officials, and unfortu-
nastuely, it sOentus thiut such false
lchrge's Ily with thle wili, of the wiitd
alid I.oo ofte,.i are Itccelpto ii ins true by
tin iover Hitspicious people. 'Thi )is
true iii thi instance TThe proof of the
charges so boastfully promised has
utterly failed, and thie record shows
the iost-faithful, tel mOtist usefol ii'il
the mutt thoroughly rn-tic'riatictc scr-
victw by senator Taliaforro that the
State has evr 'lhad, mtuid his oppiontietsi
are cotifounded by their failure to
create prejudices against hims where
the people hiav. learned the faefti*. H.i
fraunk.iit fd open pu its'poke u fairints.
iad(id sincerity, together with his motd-
esty, immprtsies everyonie, tind the reT-
ord proveshtis service to hisi State' aind
the whole public., Hfow about his op'-
poient? ...
4'The Herald gives himn its cordial
support and belioves eve ry unbiased
man will do likewise."
he followhig 'editorial from The
Southern Argus, piutilisied at Brooks-
vi ll by. A. M .L' R1iusstlhl, Supersnteiid-
eitt 'of schools of :ilertnando county,
voices tihe sentiment of ituatly .Delo-u
crats in variouss sections of Fhoida
A prliiiay withoti iiiparty platform
fotr candidates. to pledge theiuev e0 to,
upon appearing hftore t1he people for
their support would be a niovelt.y.
NosinuiStitiu" arc supposed to be:
lad otd secure the best rmen (9 carry
out theiexpres isd wisheast f thie party.
Thoipllat oti i t
artill shoui be made by ty, rep-
resentatites in convention assembled
Not ttl. th; platform hiW beettn e
AMid adopted, should thes eoeeutivt
omOtMss0e a, t for t,,nomiatioms
pri y. The ihlitform ish0old seqm.i

the ohitt ordlfsI soed 0w4*er of

the national Democratic platform, u-
til the national. convention promul-
gates a new one, upon wlidch they
pledge themselves iln advance to tanid.
This may or may not do for national
issues, but we have State issues which
no national platform can reachll
Policies and principles upon which
State aflaire are to be conducted can
only be indicated, by a Sute pilatforin,
and they are necessarily distinct from
those of the nation because they are
local in their nature and scope, It is
therefore the duty of thlieDbtnoratie
party of the State to enunciate its
'.platform prior to 'the selection of ceain-
didates to represent. it and its policies
11i current State issues.
The iliitform first, candidates after-

4 (tly

isa necessity to tt: ; --8t o ,-is '
vast i4portance to the t iled world
This country l' t -bila n

lo.w a send icivlIli oen r
grasping handful of ie wh
blood to" block th' k porpoese,
That is all there is 'to the ,46ito11,
practically colsidere, the re
contono' sense of oi pi and of
the'natiohs of ;Eropetoogitsles .,t.
Colombia had. her opportl iy to ae,
eept a proper and dvantage' i treaty
She threw, it back ot us w!ih appaNjr'n
,seorn-evidently iri'agin)J tI e gai
entirely in her bands taid that ih|
could drive any bargain s it plesed
This eduntry would not be' heldup ad1
promptly seized thie chtnee ffered by
the revolution and seces.ion of Pani.

ma, -_ _... .._..-_,_ ._ _
A writer in one of the greatt" paper;
describes the manner of offlcial life ofc
the, Chinese foreign minister, Prince,
Ching, showing, that he is idolninuall)t
pulled and hauled by rival clique's. lii
is not as strong a character, 'not' nind,
of as ptern stuff, as the empress dow,
eager, and when Russian, French an4i
German envoys pull him one way anil
the Japanuese, Americans and Britiisl
ministers pull hint another' way, I
would be distraught even without hi
terrible sovereign to.fiae. sls
ioned ease, th.e soft-souled, pet qioate,
life of an imperial prince i Chins
does not fit him for the stren'uus li e
of this century, anid man whose mind
has been fed on the classics an pretty,
and whose experience of life an i. A(

wards, is the logical sequence A can- fairs f the world his not extendedbe
didate running on his own platform is yoid the metropolitan provinioi is a
e 5entially an independent, although. a disadvantage when coping :with th
not in revolt against hli party, The most.skillful diplomats Euroe90'ul
)Democratic party of the State .should send here.
inot force' its aspirants to tiis aio ... --
louts poitioti. It once was feared that% A ricti
corporations and .would-be la d ba
It is expected that all, or.i early all, on8 would exploit the Ppllippines an
of the coinniissioned olticers of the reduce the natives to the condit o
Florida Stiate troops will gather at St. cheap labor, but the settleiet; of thel
Augustilio during the week corn- friars' lands, by which great areas' o
nonocing January 25th, the occasion the better lands are to be s61odto the
being tite second aiinnuiil convviition native ooculpanlts oil tie easietltea p
of the Florida National (iuard Aso- reserves that miuech for the prposi
ciation. The first con vention of' this elevatit ti l'i lipiin3s to the di
association was. lhuld in ,Tacksovilln of ind'epinddent lai(nd owner.
early last year, a'il tlt e htiuefciil re-. 80cu'ri "OiT rproif g'aigri
sutlts of its' work have ,1t"'ii easily r-. will insure thtr good behavior, fb
cognized in the iuiprovemnlat and re- who buys property gives securnlt
newal of interest iin the Stait troops. industry anid peace, It is a gratlitt
This year, in .addition to -the regular feature thlit Iriitionl, which
work outlined for thie cunventioni, the slightly threatened at first, wjithlt
members will be called uponi to play C'atholics, has been avoided and ~
hosts to tie Interstate Association, ligious tolerance ene touraged. Peat
which also conveniies St. A ugo~stiutn ia ssuired twolicn llie governinei.liUr
at the same time. The ntersi ite (.oii- froni chasing ladrone to establiaio
vent iol will bring to Florida rIlre- lr. the !ioi )lo i( ) allegations. :i
sentiitives from the Na6tiinal t(.alrd ----
and the ad'jiatant.-geiersal of' every WillianI E. (',luiay, tie ne
State and territory. It is sis ex- of the atholi i is a denwpope
peeted that tie Secrtary d fro tho cro 'h load to the heel
Assistant Secretary of War, itd of his iew white o.. His
'any .[ro6minent officers of the army crssor was an at to .his pre
and thegoivernors of .qveral Stateswili tips, Il( both t tplisld their
be present, Florida ofhicers hive been 'their ancestry, their educatl
IooAig forward t to thi occasion for their 'i' virom tllt before atli
ourethana year, ai, will vie with ttiiey t "t er 'd to te 'e lt'
:eah olher In extending a hearty wtl. Leo XIll .patricali of th',
0omt-to the v1ti4g, oitlkt;rfromllothil. 1ttypo, w l,;i yhave0a
er States, The day tilne will boegiv t th u rt llie .e 0t
over to the .onventioni work,I but on antm grointln for( h 1. cultl'ir
the ntights.of the' 5th and 20th there *wil 'be a series of social fiaic~ti, sut led their irv
which have .been planned on a broad was horn a Iatut, a' ihi!
cale, the. whole to conclude on the ng to the ilndstriinse
nigh tht o'o f tist uderstoold dependentt Pptlution of tell
that all' railroad and steamnboat, at. are taitttrd tiughof t
liires' I the United States have made a ni liita in of the k
rate of one and one.-third fare'for the tll; .os-h, d ract ii l9
round triR to oIers and ladies it iait race / '
'their party who atte tid this conltven- .
tion. The officers of the l"lorida Stite Th .lure.sent woil't
Troops 'stationdId in this city are ex-. e t
tpeted to hbe prisenit.: the inltrod
:. '.. : ; .; : dispensary. hili for'A
Captain Alfred" Dreyfus is to com th tblxrt iot f
into his own again,, ad Justice, though There iS not the sai
tardy, will be finally forthconiinlg He disenary inderr ou
iss not :only been acquitted of all 'one ton"trflled by .thi
charges of atteiMpthing tog sell n(itilibtary tablshii toft if a
itcrets, bmt the War office is actually witht a ani as uman
lplatiag to restore hiUc t;o the 'arny as l1 t .e t'arrol,
t r~ eo 0;6it enstit S te regu oltl, )5 t
and give him a regiment into the bar. isoll wi e 'ta thoe :.
igai Frano is m Ireat and has a. gor, 's it ii now undeii
los. history. but!even ti .this day .that QualitttiSs of :whis
atasoo mlI capable of doinRg thin that midi thL tats coli.o.tuhm
lake one feel for the otee that we iar re' ve not acelnt
Sll biak in the dark a ~e-.Pond tih tser oQld be left .
Dyfstli o i':iident is o'e of these. ai' l f ntiy
thlits. What it w. il'. l aisbout those tihe former woiul
who ateualy partirlpsp t it i wili illd AlWchusa nde
perbapa neer aleir.y anderaled, but tior oft uffirs.
while It l ased it' w ashi*11 thoo Iis ..
a4aA* tost '.PUIti tobe6pe0 thptWo k w toarestin
iit4 *ltliP ly lil t of men als. un si is-i

,w,- .-- ... !
E. C.DeWitt 4 Co., Chrcago

Sold by All Druggists.


In order to reduce our Mammoth Stock
0of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Men's

Sand Boys' Shoes, Ladies' and Gonas' Fur-

nishin G oods, Dry Goods, and Ladidsl

Skirts and Waists, we will positively sell

Three Days


Beginning on the 14th of this month and

nding positively on the 16th, anything in

U6 11 1 .


This is a Rare Opportunity, soTake

Advantage of it,

Ti Tow, to0 assure the public that we do sell at Actial
Cost, we will FORFEIT $100.00 to any person who will
prove otherwise. Remember this COST SALE is only
goig to last for

ThreeIays, from the 14th to 16th-

A call will convince you th1at we do as we advertise,
I I ^ F-


From T/mh'ladty' Duii/ Sun:
After having spent several weeks in
this oity at the Odd Fellows' Sanitar.
ium, where she was a patient, Mrs,.
Leevi Polk returned' yesterday to her
home at Donnie. This rady has suft
L1fer6d ft groat deal, but her friends will
.b.e gratified at the information that
l she' shai, bout recovered. Mrs, Polk is'
a neceior fon. .3, 'M..Evorett.of. Don.
; aptain .William liidd, stock claim
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, with
headquarters ln St. Petersbi.rg, after a
brief visit to thir city, returned to hil
ho me:yesterday. The Captain resided
to Qilnepvlile for several monthe" and
: ininyfrends here who are'-sFwyls
lad ltoee bimr While here. he had
S bis unie enrolled ont the subseription
Slit of TheSun..
S The friends of W. W-. Holt will e.
gre o learn that he was striekqn with
S: arilIs a few days ago, Ind hax'sinele
'., been inseriots condition, bhi head
being fect.ed, Tloe 'nwfrtuate main
bg... oat littered la word sine his af1!ic.
,i pnbt i' gn eig played, l
Is petfe.8tly. eonilo ,aishowever, andi
--.- s suffered no ar. '"It is to. be hop.4
he Vi I soon recover.
Lost, in GinesviUle T'uesday, 200- '-
ws lot either on the street, in A. 0. .
l. iwatig room or lPd 0n 1 of Ie stores.
A i ei t reward w ill: be palid .or re-
Al #tnI11s of 5 Yohittg i *Ay d#.'
4 14s at l bi r xilrsit for up.!
at~ 1 th1 46k Will, $tfomI i deed

After a brief, but, pleasant visit to li.6
family in this city, Benj. F. Duke ro-
turned yesterday to WVayroso, (Ch.,
where he is in tLhe employ of tihe At-
lanitic Coast line. Mr. Duke statOs.
that lie likes Wayeross very well, but
would naturally be much l6ore ndoll-
tented with lila family herp. ile
would reinove his family to the (Oeori
gia city, but exieots to be aisigiied to'
a position on the road in I t abort
ti Vie.
After a brief, but pheamnt. viit to
t1lis"O ity, Mr, and Mt.;. I. Murph
Everett returned yesterday 'to their
honile at Dol.,' Mr. and AtMrt. Eer-r
ett ihavii been sevoeteeif years onjoyitig
the sweets ofootnllbial bliss, but to see
them together one would think ithe
ere 'newly married. Tiley are both
well known and popular in that isetion
siad ere hId byi eviyoone whoi kiows
th i. in .thle hlighestt regardi-t,
Everett s laito Very infllential ppolit.
eahly in the West End, and is whia
might complmetentary .bo toroted th
polileal leader of hisl district,
Kirby Smith Chapter, U, 0. 0.. Wili
* llY'sGrand Tim. Tvssday.
The iihtt 'f Janary will ,beaig dayl
I1 {ritifiitl(> iiie, ince th-e, iiritnd tmou-B
meant of Kirby hSmith Ohapter1 Ili.ted
Daulhiters of the onfederyAO wl bt..t
0nIIIIiN anwid presented to th.e fltop-
The tonaetion will be atttnda8d by the

Mri, g !,. :. J g: of "

:Addt : o4e1.. : ''orgs.,
-~r.M:ry F l J
^pr.W a**I1lftie. 4w
'*:: ,,.l^ 0N "h^ aae.Ol~df


The youtlg colored men of 'tht allyty
imo t Maonday igiht At Johnsion's' f'41
anid organhied Tho YOunM Men's Prg .
0resive R epublioa tilhb, -h obj oot
of this elub Il to andourago- all men,
young and old, to register, pay poll)
tax and vopt In all .eleetlons. About,
forty names were enrolled, O(ut off
thd litnbah thle following nmemibersi
were eteetedrl i olflcore: I, i. W 1111s1,
presidOnt fDr Sb (. tMlver,
deli t T4. 'W. ass, seorbtary A-ugu's-
tuli 'Plple, asiistant Seirotary; Lr L,
O' ht nt' u hplain., Met:intig then d,
Jouirned io n0ment nfae Mondqriiy 1ni1 ,

Ml1 t 0mH)llApply t 'oi Wiyo. di t I lVI '.I
|^i~ll<@ wplW *the words sI nw '
Wi1s gr449 g, for. hiAt .of rse tth,
i.-ouidtdVt. 'ItH, e' n h thIing to do. I,
tilll, :, '" "

We would lkik to ask, through .the
mottimn of your ipa ', If there l. Any
.pejl on wh Ji hss 1. (."n'st "r .A4ijg I;

dApp w, and, ier troubles that 0a
1)05 1)91 guted-io we sled ispai
"Ab'O 11VtOO woch a sour ste I st
fefpu.is9l4o of food, buf hai,'aahts oqlt e
Mest4 16i oIf dys lle 1 hedsihe
a sp wasJ feelh s.1 s eptln t4

' fi 0 toe s
4Optope'st liverV k%'bl' mndsidna l~.
ep fr aah' .ye in 4 it


0! e f st Wathig u


He is Representing Non-Resident
OCrIeditorsi' While ,, Rceivr Ki'rcad,'
Who 1 Has. Been,' Solely ."in h"re,
Looks After Interes.t of Local Firmai.
The atok of J. 0., Nowb'rry, Uighi
Sprin l, whiehk w!a recently ,Aied. by
creditort, is wpl1prote oted now, hiheo
tw ,receivers havie been appointd (to
wind up the affairs of their bisilleis,
It will be revmtn~riertei that a ftew
w'eks agoto a ineeting of t nulbeir of
the creditors of Mr. Nowberry iytot i-l
obusntltation', after whoh B, Khitcaid
wi appote aa ppo recolvlr for, tho took.
Thos E, Owens, repro4hliting other
oreditirs, through wailtion if t l United
States court liha also been Nappoiiitld
receiver, and went Weodielday to take
charge of he o stook. With tWiv oreCtiiv-
rs1 in charge matters wilt nlo doubt: ais.
sunie a rathid--oiniplicated. alt, but
siitieO the la ppotitil(ltlt of' Mr. Owens
W tS t11846 t hrougli th I Uti ( Statote
court, hila authority in the prm(tliiese
will naturally take preoedenlo.
Mr.Oweniarrived in the city VeIdnest
day from Vhito S .prigit,:' alt do-
parted oi th ft(erit 4i1pris, wltiort ho med Ittilloy it-
itmeddharge .tto ttooldin' qttil estin,
floe iW repror0tiixti1g HIt4n.i Kratzl..
tlin and ofthersin Othea. 's

A Happy Weddilng-Oher Notea of

lawthor, a 13A party: of yp.
sisli';eartiped o. lih vAlte.eidri) c]ge of
townI hav been attraotlng a i reatde
of attentloOl the past few days, Tiey
litVle Veri ycozy, elh'eii otliiia in thilr
tents and formn atiitopihor t a very pil.
toreaqlue a ppearlnle,
Mater Lartierd aid ,.;;lla. (ilih
lanf returned on,' Mo Dily to r(tOs u.!)l
their atnd lesi i ',lieohiool hero;
Miss Nina Danitl, ult lhe polpul.r. tirt
as ni iutgt i I our liki$h school .;l 1ijaii
short v istlt lo fritArmdI in (latlsvilo, tho
latter part of lat wbek, retirintIn on
Sunday afternoon,
SMr. Oltrienu Sainp ). oif NtNihvilel,
T'linD.ias visiting Mr. A.A 1. \\uibb aild
othtr rehltlves at this place'.
Mili EtIel Wlitsa iN o tho iOlk liht,
to the regret of her tlltlpy friends.
Who eaid "lHow long will your school
Mise Mary li'rkstreniaor has return
ed honoe for the suminmr vicathmin,
Tli imalrriage of Mrs, Adal ihitrl i
Cone to Jpsh lhliltnd Itllh will occur
today at the holt of tho brIhddu pIa'
rents, Mr. aind M rE. Hawthorn. 'The
good wi hem of tho eltit re niptInuinity
aro extended thliitu
Colored Mon Oirgatize.

.* :''i' l 1 *

Dr. it, 's D. r On,,M D .
^ rttoiiii^, .' B ,;Ro :M.i'" i lko e u '" ;'; i~ ,;. ^ .......... ." .r ''t, ,,,
I tho mt ltlodt Ub l~ i kow only hy. syatOt1i trebtiUv t, A rov~tA
qt tor o0igl a t d to S trogithou tto EWla hb eot r~l~~,llprres nod it i lttia.JThd i isi ,
prel0rillhilttfor. dltartrh, .1favo.ootdetedot wlM t I'orn tl does..1... .'' .
It tQY a wo 4d itd dobilitated l p o p lop ited Peruiin twilhud torly in i oratee :t
have nlot hadl ul i th I but bodl(t llped .zrlle~.otiltDr wixih give vitality tyit
hlim., It J atn e 1Oll,,nt u lo I )ltiIn(IIt inu)m1ifl oal it. I roller TIll i t
wfl ii.IO ycanoN. ppy CM as._ 0': llpol Th In
I h tt o a ..h 1g o : p n i tioM o a ii lt i y r f d .. a '1' 'a" '" d.
ohPli topro 1 rtlhbeoyomr.PlrtmitI. Ihope f yol do nfot de1rV, prt pt all statis
you m14 lvi 14i;ng to do gtco d to ti(,.lik ftliiDory rmit 00. from' tihe mwe of PotinA
and Ct:lo tiuforlilg,11' l.. 1Dla 1" .6Wr LI W, I..l'tar iitr "I n
r Di r. ( 0. (b, iwrttCe fronAm1r Iil J it li,,ll's t.0llinil rInint df yo4 0 U h wll-
Hit., Sn rit luKl4ielD DO, 11t 0li l.: .. .-1 *'.. D le l ,t Ol j Vt& yin .tV yu tiuiYa lith .
Shia ltv lrrmiil ita iy ; lf v >ii ls 0I 1 '. it l i' ..i .u

LOCHL'OSANLOOHl.0 8A N'EW'S ,1": '*Wi j'Ii j O r l)iATiT. (NAy1N

* Some introtettig 'itnis From.That *0,)4roy tyidOii. owlmf ugo
o l i in. .I an. I i .y *, P.. I-, i t i' uiuniir t wil Di lt' 'Iii "Dtl
OLOw H LOO A N F' No r e hiI r' i o leo, lit. r io,
141 W iD1 ....... 1 W hi ..,. -ii- 1 ll1g .L i>< D .Ol lOD'dxiv'r lD i #illDD ii'i w'.
.Som It retiIi (ll Ite1 s Fro T ..I ii i ei, e ,iit u o I, IiI'p
PIDb I.1 411,

f'ndlly, tfit, will i, i iyiif f, ,ew'y!tCw r oe ii (, M ,
JaAk VhiwoJ.i4 vimti ,K hiN < ". > fr h w4,or he T
,rNit,. TM T. Jity, for il Mi o i. o iere I Omt iV lx w Ina wit
W. Jtll l. j, frit nco t f I on ,
plotor, prat, hed atl .Otlth MetI lht. Mlii,1 a Ipt t tj,14 .
olktt h $iHtdWaytoan apirodatlve ant W O (OlilNSON,,o

Loohloisii ibl Mhulo i n M D ** Ott to i0h UI4I a'JBii' q ,|

day, a YBk 60tt1Wii. a1 &t4 litt 1d-.
3e, t riini jing oiB a Iit i O t h, of,
.odr i'at rt hl i$R$4 ot4 i t):lt J, ',I, |Mi
weti gR-,ounnd eome ai a1111hto .WoloI( and
1. Ai 3aiikson lefiion fritan, wiho ki'W I
hse.bue in Gl virill on4 the :. & ,, or( i
.rslroal, Ji I !e w t li l hi tmi lI "1 1
1. ev, W. .l ialphus failed to fil his ih
regular appol nt f1f *t lhe 14.iCh
o% s isknes la 1 hI r family.7.
eWO) N0141 bti. 1 t1ii t 0.Uih li D 900d "N' t

nliig to hbipt l| tt uo ia iet ar. o... o i
. ....' .. it? 1 1 il '%^'rD ti tiiD f ,ri .D., lilt -
* : lif flvO. I' a
**1 4 1 t... go ] -. ig y l t
,r i ;t .,l i(iv i ifet At~ it .i s. k i. Rji( *i
- ti' '?i7 o w ;t # i, ii f li. Wli, L

WIo I ( mD tbll 4.ilittb.,
I4t@','(I(ttF.~i' ii>t 0 :1 \lb pth ':"
14t,.t iiyMl I'
Nh 5(is IIi4

iih4,'$ji r(
aD.*;,:: ,:" X(i

: "' r:." t'Li


Of t.he Un ed8ttes

:Other i e. Phys' r 1Us

al4"tn dofs hpe .r'u na
Departntaolge oduatio'f Colhmb$li M
lege, and v'o siirved' threcysarsat W 1p
oiDOt^,a thrtolutlottg tos1y oPbri001
*'Alow a to express ay 'jia i
tude to you for th benefit drivod
from yo, r *wornkdal ,mit "e(
One short mohth Mas hroughtf
forta.a vast chanre etnd ; | *:W
onsidermysef a wellmanaft e
months of suffering, fellow suf
ferers, Pcrdnat wll cure yo."
A conistaitly Inurotasi.t, number of
pliy1oliae1 p'rsor Poill iillt t hit
'r(taeotlc It l hI Ir .rej lie a inter ts .
4d patlli ii, lubdihl.iti 4iid roeDxom iiil ti It
to lholreir 01ti -
Porti'iii Otkelipklea ti unlquo> poaltion In
medieAl al'wiolool, i't l hon only IltitrOliat
systenllo Cntiarrli remedy known to tho
ileodlit pot oi'o1lonl to-dtly, Catarlh, ano
everyne11 will .admlt, is thIa it1H11t0 o n'iI

oito .hti) of th0e p0opioot Vllutttdl t8a44.
: 'Roh rt 11. Iton) rltl, M. I)., WD Waa '
I gtOn t D1), J tr I .. I. i.t
," Through my own experience j
ftas wei as that t of y of i y M
friends. and acqualntances who
haive A n red or relkveyd btola
tarrh by the use of Itartiatn'
Peruittga I CIst cQVnfaVcan, tf r 9 w1t'
i ndat fis tnfffrfi h -
disorderst0, 4 A no hes lttion I l I
p Wlobln tO 'y tipatet ald

nll, as fi'nd it i nt'toi a e gnti i ir .'

r yt edmtltr. I aoltio D iut. i t~l f
Si1st e Ita', h r ee"tdl 'i il know ot i Df

',. 1 : i t, ,,
s i ce o r ~. .S m

iuRr ilil ,llll L '". ,s ili,



ODr. Lleweayn ,.ordan '
idical Exaipiner UnItedflaift,
Treasury. ;' : ',..]

11 1

be glad

Iit it s


*; io h
^iR' wi

iiuch tir
e ate,. I,

as .roi g

a I 0rw Wi illn was di

tlidno hewll hIsrppt o fm
rtur rl at the ApproahifojA

iThe plrit of,Winter.,
ilrit of wIht l' with us, mal it
prese known in malllny dif
$pd glistiitg lgio ows, a
! ilby v ii dri "iIntg w ia bllin.
adlight in taking bad thingi
thedtatlni twists harder
l ipper, oaterrh becatic's sore
,and the' many sliymiptoins fi
C40b MUch poetry in t i, but
nfNoet id7 of those ai1
^d8ApaliB lifs eaily obt
tahbre is abita4xitat oot
Iu ar radfial t adi pertatt


"4RW, atin,
stfot, wgtotheo
bikisgs, hols b,
gj he cee atly
ly totl~iislty,
WO bret104 ad
YiIPI It is doe
if the bcpt 144t4
eltegcthte Is a

14. lleiti to b
itsrtong sh a
tJ S 21

however, sielbtoa t s jiotbt lei Wlart
a, etprlenee oftitt Onatirs, h
Sia few mtimntk,i howveLr, Oftleer
7y0Mun19Mal)waa, Not the percn waiiti4,

in speaking t'i the mi:atter Monr,,day
hrtifonl, Ohifther Qlhoevtes itted 'th
: in tlinofthe party Wattale
6*40yoti wiftltthat 0of'tle YOUng tudO't,
SlWhich ll'lre'0 ridinl the : st, A t'he
t .tf fcoth'ie arriluthowe^ or.shortly'
a fliirwoard, ,O fel "iertail that he wasr
nut the man,.t, t ''./; :' bl
How"s This?,
We afr one hundred dollars re i
. ward for any ase of tatarrl h that uaiu
unot' he ured by Hall's (Jatarri OCure.
SJ. O at & Co.q,, Toledo, 0,
We .the underiglgtl, have known F,.
beulievn him perfectly hottest il All bn.-
Shiess toratltop a nd Ifnancially able
to carry out ny oblgatitons made ,by
"WArrNsO hIWAN & MAitv.1 "
lial, attia~rh Oure Is taken inter*
Saliy, ating directly upton the blood
and tlWOus, Pdrta0o1e of the ysatep.,
T'eitionifalltoet f ree.. Pide 765 ilt
Sperblott' d3 bhyall dMru git 0
'make L410 a iylly ,isl 10or !on

High^ prii1s Pr1 A ners.
lpepnty She*riff Jiihard m T(nh of
Jilgh 'prings Ativled in tie city Mons.
day, having itnausCiod' two: prisonlrs,
unesvloete4 in Jstin Btxley'p eoirtind
peknveed te the cuuIty lek,
One of the prclett Wfit Johno'ba
ritnn, who whATtIied upon a olage
of stabbIng another han h, tile back Ia0
tD l t'1 t d gh preins.,' Thwound
b;hit tla victim o'll ttexperlenee coul.
*rable pain for pi few tIay4
W*Wea iBrowa was 44pinchMd" y t
utteringg 4, bocAar loaded with ln'
44ttu ftraogesro ut Sout Florida and
blp4 ting 11acif without the k owjW
.4eor osomtoft'he owners *, r 11
1tdi**Mestin alk t three ofgth*
011th, for 06h two orange he ad-4

bee60 e

Oaw .it' fs in the 41

der JI the ;b*t:
t^ lthy-^y
bok IIn a lw

ung man will
v -homo again'
owth. ,
4da of geat.
to o11tefln-
Ideht ',cpneern
Ii roportion.,
mt surely fuor
fling iit thi
rno a0V an

" I"e e a ma i so me sg
wlAorihod frer Iekr, abut
oumbed oroi 'one repaso
h rle ' kept groi
tnime.. Thouaud of fa'frm
er0 18 fower growers 1o
year after year four tie
^whichti~h^prosgerlty o
9a oiA# is to grow,
eyard onevr dispoty inte
expAnsion of this popular
ftan buy' their aedu in ever
*or hamlnt of thislandand
rli ceir thirlth ey gtre
it le aI i oure to prow.

will be aent free to tall rea
ine 1vUlle Suni who 1ply
Ferry & 0o41)etroqia;Mclg
Bids Wanted.1
At the ttxtr ,ular mae,
Board of County Oommisi
bide wIll be receved fur h
VIts for e iisliig yoar. A
ton d an be obthint
ani(l all bids resrved, t
(Thu. Bd.


-7, 7.7


ur vved atti
finally soue
r aother.-
Vinug MIl the
ers0 garden-
ok to thatn
seeds lr~m

le Tjaq( hat
)d In 19enry,'6
, wonderful
fir00 You4
y ofty, town
resh,': true
Their rit^Bd

0Veoit 6u00,ott '.proaoeo0, untu o1o111bwi
hrvlehitg ralroad facilit^ i ma
wi perfet Batet sbls byfteigbitan4
ivve it u it'~e: ,'wp~y. *Mark
il o iW larid. :o your naamse on
box; or barrel and nall op bill of lading.
iPrepy freight at shipping pointi, Our
charge for storAge is one ceont per pound
for onemontth. Wo lo wish tobuy
l4oga dressed. We solidlc putronage in
perfet conflKnoce to give ntire Bsatia
povtiqund ftetl that our enterprise is
of he greatest benefit to the farmer.
I t brhigt n g, 'd ue t F A
":uii'to -e
Y...iM^OuV o zp' 0 00 0, VIA
1RIA.tON~ tE 41OU'ANY,


Atg on ough;, Cold$;, ''
r and other trou
bles'^ that can only be ,

1a ." nippedd ii)le

Ta OllW '

S' to pial The Oreat Florida Eeni
lers of The edy, backed by mort
Sto D M tai a -mllioni dollarE
Sof Foridacapital: Look
tig tof the e at, the names Of the
oners sealed gentlemen whocompose
irel ofloo this company and 'see if
>d from H. this is not a sufficient
o reject an, guarantee of merit.
*. Ws. JORDAN, President, Banker
Co Omp and Capitalist.
.Ofl:A BLVM, Vice-P'reident, Whole.
s' ale.Merchalt.
J.J. WILLIAMS,. 2d Vce-Presildnt,
C onimeroiiial 8a mat .n,
B.W.WSPIERtHY, Trreasurer' Proprritor
D, iuivalHotel .' .
l TI'08. A, pAVYl. Bearetfary and Man.
ps aer, Publher. C .
S soii4 oMed Nata Snores On4pany.
. W ls~tInR, President The Metto
8d E 4 E. WS, apitaBlist a d Lumber
.at'i IMatnufacturer, ..
A I. A. 1RAEIGH, Cashiter ank of
O 1 T, 0;jMITH, Apolstant Cashier Bank
Ai "Mon.o
A. It. W, S apltait" aud Real Es-
L Is ee G De sOr en, er m onthern
Agent N. Y. Life ns.o. o
w W D,. 8?MIT 'f'zr Collector Vol~uia
I8in0 H. .O MotjAiY,, Editor OGauiesille
elaba D. : HOM.80,, *General manager
ASt. A tgusne ally Rord', *
t WI.J. 1AN, COouutl Soliitor pu-

l W's ea. y Wv< ritek : t 61.
) listOAny:oit Of1th
Rboy,:o S' goatlemen am,
V:,1 Y0y, M money :

Guaranteed 8 years old. By the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts $8O,.
Guaranteed 8 years old. By tle
gallon $2.75. 4 full quarts $8,00.
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the
gallon $1.50. 4 full quarts $27.6.
By the gallon $2,. .4ulluqnarft
:. :$.,: '... .EXPESSEAMAIID
Guaranteed 8 year olds By' the
loi 8.00,. 4 tll quarts 8.2,
Quarlanteed 4 y ars old, B thel
gallon.#..50j 4 fall quarts $2.74.
we le, Idla th lJeading hbran4s aof
Rye aid Bourban Wliiklis Inthe tiear
ket and will saveyO Ifro'ri2, pe eernt
to90 per cent on your p0rchsesa.
Sprice lis and catalogue Mailed
Suon application.
506-506. W4510.&12 .FOUR 'I .STREET,'

MA r.ONE:iyA.
Order Your ..
Whiskie$ Pron
t U 0S, ML '1. Uf.. II :T ...

S ull ''.i-s Op o ft Queen Rye ........., $. 75
1 full quua ts' Old Crow l e ............,. *. '5
t eull ru inuarti. 7[O'tol2 ,c4 U ,, "
o (U (o rt rid e ot N C, Com n No ., ,';. 1
S fuli(m s q Pd of N. C, Corn Noo: a.'i 3
All goods packed in neat box,-cageI
Style. I w t your holiday business
and will treat y01 right, 6end Ile your
order from prompt shipmnenl ,
Tlo. iI. RA Palatka, ]ia.


!AIL STON r l s I

nd Building Material,
Sash,WeI '1ts, Cord, flard,^ar

K. : A BI.l,,pr.. .ie.


iPahkt ka, IH. ,

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t f'406Pteet MB -of Excitq-
mle t rjoreto lt.'

GQ:: i* '8cl,
George K. BrooMe$Nis.'W L".
Smith fr Posessohn of Promises
Dfdant fused tn Pay o on

o T he session of-udge Mason's, court
was an intrestngf one Tuesday, the
ase of Geoo'. Btroome vs. Mre. ~V.
ee 8mnlth, sun t for ejottmett, ri ving
om up for tril,
S, llr.Smith has been conduct, g fa
l l' l dinery store in one of the room
owed by the plaintiff for the past few
moth s. 'From' what an 'be learned,
the defendant otiia recent Ldate refused
to' pay, to theAintiff thle .ret for said
store, on the grounds thit the roof wasg
T ]eaky and ih need of repair, and that a
wiatber of fle ts ha damagedd
by the water, w nd
flared "camet in by the b bucketful."
.dThe defend taed t ash id t
desire to'dep rive the plaintiff of his
rent, but merely held the 'asne back
S mtil e woul4 agree, to, repair the
roof,' according i:,t f.i understand ing
1hoi se cuie4 to lave miad e. with'. im
po entering:he building. %
After the hearing, whiqh occupied
several houtrs,the Jr retired, In a
ew ni rits they returhed,.h and
xiian B. F', 'orn add rested the eourt
"YQr rfonqr,the jury hRa arrived IatV .
a verdlot, but, refu es to render 'sawe
until tlhey are 'paran teed th a4ilouht
to which they are enlitled for seri,

be a troub regarding this mat
ter," repiledo Jdge Mason.
We',do not .ntlei.(31pate 'any trouN#,
Ybur rotnor," said Foreman JIordas,
b:: ut jit is matter of busi nes, If the:
court will guarante the fees'., -f thi
urya verdictw l be rendered."
Thte fees of the jury. were guaran-
jao, w l's 've^rdi^
teed, after whicl a verdict was en-.
dered in favor'of the plaintiff.
"There was Qoily one decision to be
rendered in thlt case.," remarked. one
I jurymneTA after the trial. .It,
w,. ., t, 't^io of' whether or
notth plaintiff had thle right to d1i-.
l possois theli defendant,' who was' the
''tenant,ronm his own property, and.the
, d'tfinranoiil consideration bearing
on the ec se whatever r."
The jury in this cse were B. F. Jor-
Sdan, foreman; H1 M, Cliitty, E. Baird.
J.'A. PhIfer, W. S. Dorsey and E. K;
S gan. ..........
Didn't Like the Snow.
S Division Superintendent H. A. ord
Si of.the Atlantic Coast Line has re-
turned'froti an official visit to Wil*
S miington; 0. O., the general headquar-
terse bf that great system. ,
Mr. Ford stated that the weather in
S: North aroliaa was. extremely cold
S duringbibs vslei there, and he encoun-
4. red':, ai: .g. 'At't, "?. deal of snow. ,You
,know thai ldn't look good for a fellow
hoas let i Flbrld so long," he
r". ma,$ke bt just for the novelty of
the thaIt Igo. tAt aond trdgd ong
for a f, Wbloqke,, It had a tendency to
m i ame 'teel like gettIng b ok h6me,
SaO you may feel sure I came Justt s
$ 6IIoould wInd up my business
"While.tKorth arollna, and in fact
th' e eo.le as a .rule are strong, healthy
ad robuat, I will taike;Florida in mine
S :every time," concluded hie jolly su.-
er.i.n d: 'e: t as his. stenographer ean-
tered and 'he began the dictation of

Juzdgleg fromn report' 'cpznin% from
yar*lote' acotions' of the county, the
heavy rain of Sindty 'night w5 s ge -
: r': vrl,' and has. accompllhed "a grest
;:'.deal of good. The afternoon of liun-
:"day was!a. oloudy in this se.tilo.: and.
!" n' wIti .W threatened, but the. down-
S,*, which re.lted in a regular. .^
^ .. ,4id nont begin uttlafter supper,
i ;ted thro,.... the .ight. 'The

,si',. il fl" :'i5 aseeotion of the'
4,,comed the rain, whh ef

fin deii 6 Co laan's Court."
I M4sbqro a eopper-colored
Be p din orring an gt"ly

posiB uniu ne tiasc .ay or stee mouns,
wvht Vt, ll priven delay in letters
which might be dropped should boxes
bb in position befor* time.
There were three bids for this work.
W. A. Waters being the lowest and,
best bidder, the contract was l.t to
.j 1 ----' --
CenMreht on Lack of Aceomimodatio,
For U. .8,EmbasIes.'
New York Jian. 12.-in an a'tihle
on his trip to Europt, publiShed today,
WI ".J. Bryinin lcuse8i:his impression
of Swltzer)niInl: and .comilentt on the
lack O'f accommiodations for' the iiftt,.
el $ratea otinbaslet a'n l'gaton 'iin.
all' thee 'capltiA. he viltited. It Is s:tat'
ed that hlie tends to appearr bef(i'e
the sonImitLteesA o'f oingiress, andi pleadl
In favor tf leitaitlon ,lookdiig t tO .iIh
pn Cina o of uitIte' poper ty for our
Imptm'taiit puota .abimiia1.
Thle trialss of ouin dsHplomuatic reproe
P'ntatai; l EIuIop, together w!Ith
Itho higl reita tlhey hre compelled 6to
i ,y for their r',ihidenes a, have Col.
'i0 ame. t'httt We as ,a ppopleol,
at lautii nt' pro'vidfitng" permanen
'* ani lpprop a it.. dnilt lies for ourn a'
")4io: 'aimi; |iisi64r *atr foreln
capdtale. In there at cti0e of Eu-
vpone It is not only: lypossibleft' to "rent
a1it toleratee price a puTio hioae Odt'
oi-uft to secure as :properly. c e
Ont .ictt. ti"tatyn t plte," Oti :r.r.p
rsetativehi tin ifurope are conispilc-
'O h in tht dliplotmtitc1 eircles ait court
'lUnotlhi beeno'ufi e of their modest at.-,
t ire, hlit 't is not necessary that .our
amb iassadors aid minister's bhoneI
should' be oqn whheels In order to ,.t
timoeratl( e t. i think( 'our gyo einilmit
olug t. to Inantilurat a'now policyic, in
this. matter ant(I billd hi thn ceapitala
>tt' toeigu natim huli d 1n gi ,, sulitaief
il every ty: fo.rt lti. t6,e denees.'. ant)
ofice.t ofr i' itnp1 o1p4atic. reprooelelnt
tiles. In tlo '.oiurto of hi, 'obsorvA.'
titanss upon Swilt hnd,"l A Mr. lDryou'
"t found tliat' the poplO .i0re so
-pleaso l with t.he popular :Coitrol of
govem'iinent given. thiV m by the initta.;
tive antd ru''imuimlnmi thqt lthit el nuo
posslilit.y that iinyp 1ntry will atlevipt
to ttidek it, altbotlghl tioe are o Slli
Ihat wonhId plf'l'or the representative
eystm frreed 1floin t li restraint which
the 'inltiaftlve nd rioloetndum gives.
Their 'rgilinentt at'e:
"First, that the legislators knowing
that the people can initiate legislation
feel loss responsblllllty; and second,
that as the leglmlettora' -atioln cOan be
reviewed by the people, the legislators
are more tlind about Iintroducing need-
ed reforms. The friend of, the lui.
tiatlve and referendum meet teiie ar.
guments by declarIng that the letisll.-
tora are re'i a ntot relieved from. re
spoisibility.!A'ut,. on the Other Ilaild,
are incited to action by etfi o fact that
the people can act in 'fe evt t'tit
their Interests are neglected by theB
legislature, .and' that. the timildity ugt
gesteldi lHkely only to pre.vfnt leg il
witlon when the legislators themselves
doubt thp merits orif te legaltatlon,
"'Adophe t)eutcth r, president ofth
'Swiss Federatlon, Io a fine repreiniet
tativ theof the scolri'ly, blihearted i
T uton. I .is otif Oerman etlractlot,
He. spoakltH, wIth frankness and convie-
.tion 'antd is as implep in hts ltmnnpro
aa the. hutbl et of his people,
S'As a nation, Swlt'riand, with her
S,o0(t;00 people. ldos i dt attract the
attention that neighboring nations do,
and in a contest at arms oex s -pt upon,
r ow: so sh1e 'lnlld ijWt 'hoop ta:
ach.ltvi. niuu1!h. bittn .that high' forh m
where -co nutuenc'& dletiscate, ad; 'whet
retLson rules, shie is a hi gh iiemIbHer
of:. tihe .fi.t'erhoid .of allates,'. We
(eliee .th:le worl t he unilnlg prog1
r*ss'towar4 ,n'bber national idlleals, we<
ay expecWt witzerland 1,to. VWl a..
position of incet aslng important e l' fi
the 'love ot^ llberty that char.ctdiae%
tr people, the Democrate charetir
ot her l nast *it^io anti the industry
of er eitteei~lI combine to ive her
^asrRie* #% lthireai:,g pretige."

is .Household Favorit Everywhere for

Coughs, Golds, Oroup, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,

Grippe and all other Throat and Lung Troubles






It qickly stops coughing,tickling in throat, difficult breathing
and pain in the chest and4lungs. 'i

It immediately relieves the spasms of Croup and Whoopingi
Cough. ard effects a speedy' c'ur

;I:t containss no opiates or other poisons and can be given with
S safety Children 6~nd delicate persons,

It contains no harsh e pectoranti to strand. the hungs or astrtnm
gents :"to dry the secretions and cause. constipation.
It prevents Pneumontad Consumption, strengthens the lun
and tcuresLaGrippe and its after.effcts

It Will cure Consumption and Asthma in the early stages and
giVe comfort, and relief in the most hopeless cases. "
It is pleasant to take and at once produces a soothing and
strengthening effect on the lungs.

oA S 0r 4 Old For IhrIeMonths, "
The folwlOwp ettterfrom A J. NusbaNti,.6t Batqs.
ville, Inid.,, tell Its owni stor y I suffered for three
months with a vere cojd, A driggliet repared me
some medicine, and a physliarit preoribed for me,
yet I did not Impriov.e I thenttried PO"LEY'8 ilONEYi
AND TAR, and elght does ocurod tme.

Robert J. Miler,proprietor of the Rtad ro:o oDrug
Store, 0f Chattatooga eri., writes: "The i
moreo merit Ii FOLY'8 HONI Y AND TARft tiistio
any other cough syrup. The calls for itmultlplywoon*
derfully and we sill more of It thait 'all othli cough
s:yriupi ombinUd." ..
;. ;: .\ :*. '*; .\ 1 :* '.* 1^ ^-. ** 1.' ..-^ '**.' *.. i"***' .,, *^ i

J. W.. MCOL LXT1M & 00.

To Be introdu ee at Next Sessilon of 1
the G, oroIa Lglsilature. M i "l ll
a.A lit.. 'ft;, .ain. l, .--Ctate Reps '. i :
snentKatIve Kelly, o" Olas oou nty, '
troduclog at thited elwX seueU of the D 1/% IA All It '" irT iirliioia'
ei .latie i i ll prth dia f ota ,tat. I'- I Ml.f '1, :bill r3LI "
oto fit'lt nal cnveton lo r the .... .06j
.0040 of dividing the sbo.el ta eo that
te w ite populate "' he .' ..ts f ol.... : 'e prel, :'p,:: $ 2
I tl 1 d put(in9 Pu tt .. w th o. o b 'n 6ii4: O l 0 t !,0 0'' S p
Snt reo src U ts fas r as .duN C titn is0

Rthe 5A V ntf. vi1.o will ., tken i..

Th Is l Ot tIIf n) Pt.po a f the
l of ,a6ihl0d 'her106ee; O payr
. .lebrn : Of. -towa f.anup t',mported O:-. a W! im

Mhat. inpo tan .d etANl
A 4 OT""..i Ii 0

: Aa hg become # reside of VlorI44 X 'a requags
e txaulnifig. E tye and prsrio biar 0l aiseo whii needed, Dtiio,
ioa ;t witll 'bett. mald f otif iiargstad whni if ;ias N ; ar otiel
f, ln will t ie g t!!r o'aw ".'e
For more tiaitn -WMit yX i$ $ have made a spe!.,ii Sitid

S h' e I m oit e "' 'f:o '".he.

rhal f b aisi ,

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: : : :-!::::`



iasl Happenedan What is 0oln$
I ppls lod in #hort Paragraphs
m "HS Who Rus Ma, y

Il s w a of Orlado ';was tranes-
Sbainte;ss tothis, Ofty Yoster-

...'.... ..I '' il .ttut id- y :
i Dbnaingo f Rochelle was rog.-

Ioaokson of Wauburg Lake was,
the visitors to sluneaville ye*.

A.. nglish, a sucooesful young
or of Taopma, was trading hi thl6e

I, 1 Wadkins has returned
iptoipy, Wlt'ire he apent Sunday
is i.ter.sting am ... ..'
rl hl4 .rennll ^ d ipartd San:'
) Lake PNrik Ga., WVhefe he was
and on oftfial bilnness.,
V. 'askiLta nonteanca was in the'
Sbtlusinss yesterday. He il en*-

, 0rscy, the saw mill manW of
a il l nea. Hitgl 8pprings, waste
Ot binR f binsshin this .ity voil.

toyor J. VW,' Patton departed yes-
for HagIue, in the vicinity of
iplae 5o' fhas been engaged to doo
lavoybng. -
'.W.:W. Hamlpton ,hals returned
i!i rofeaston al istWto Tampiiao.
sparted In thl afternoon5 how-

i4 p 1is5 through thIe i4,y e.0
it ttlo to lit-lthornvta, where
tte4tajg school.
AiW d and d raftei d ie An
a lt8ok evereal

W.lls Tto Arher, the tihlolunt
lr or .t W. ianunight, after
lsn!,tt..; viet ts hi," family

Sl|Thrkaeherof 'It. Loui and
hA't daughtr, lMis Alce,
to the ity nd arOe pleas-
ledifor a few days at the

t ti;,nsont ad Asae6 or

ill Mail on their ofilial

plt ^^^ u:ci

4v1 l W ito s at cuhi
,>*M;. :

fmay airrtlon h0a rsobed this city, 'of
the death of Uri 0. A 't arrineton,,
whlh opourred at his home iear Hraw-.
thorn, after 'h i nes ooterin'g A
period o "About three years. Friends
will extend ytaipa'thy, *

at' legitoe, was transacting btosiness its
the city yeterd '. States that the
season at Hague was very good, aind
would compare favorably in proportiola
with any oter eoodion f the dounty.
Oha. Wood, 'formerly of 0 Mlentoh,
but who fi now retiding at Dunnelln,
was amon the istors totheliiity ys
trday. M W, Woodwans for M0,04
years a regular visitorr to Galoesille',
and has many friends hers who are al-
ways gladtosee.i ,him.,
1Depts United: States Marthal
Hlamp., Olbitbor tosInithe oftly, having
coie for n }a ptrj)ppe of serving sut.
mono to urmesn in tlhe Unite 'States
court wh leh wilc *nvwiheU i Oas oa ,
the 18th inat. Several cities Of thls
oltly were'l a ioned as grand apd
petit Jurors. p'
The friends of WI. H. -T n, who 1a .
coinfned In ha hospital 'at lNew Orr
loans, will be.gratflled at the, lnformq
tion Is erapidy miprfoving, andl
tho chances. are that hie W'Ilbe entire-.
ly rectovred0 in a. few w eks The pa-
tient's brother, J. Mason Tnson, s still
with hlimat the hospital.
Among the vialtlor to thIs city yes,-
terday was 8. M, RUles, a progressIve
jfarmer.of the Hawthorn section, who
barie onl a trading expedition, WhileI
hate he called and renewed hi et nob
'scription to T'he He states that
the people of heis so tion las a rule are
enjoying good health fand are content-
ed, since thiea crops haivo also been
abaindatntt^;^.l' .*.:
A", it A;. Hawkin., roepresae'ing the
lin liters' Bsava M anufaaturitg Co -
panty of Lake Mary, hai returned to
Lady Lk..e Mr. Hawkint was on re-
oruitng .udty hlucre, and- siteured flif-
toen additional hnds. 1 i states that
the cetsiva crop is a moit lprotitable
one, fas it grows very prolifiely with
littl e attention, anld brings on ai aver"
age fG pertone .
l. B. fiorlA oif tle New lHoume Seow
lng PMachitn company hass returned
from a successful tour 1 of Suth Flor*
ld In th interest i of his firm, Mr.i
MGerald is in recipt ot a letter eon-
gratuilating hin upon his' excellent
suce fori the year just closed, which

lpreelavd. lH rtegerded as a most
wnpetet general salesman. .
lon. Wi. M.'Lolloway departed yes-t

in South lorida it the interest, of his
oedldaiy for State 'superntendent of
publi tuasrnatlonta, Prof Uolloway
heas. j13t returnedd :fr9in Oeasi and other
6poitts it that v6inity, ie feels nore
aaourod *very day of hIs election, and
says thst he ls being rs'aetred cordially
and noanraged oii everywhere.

but who :Is now | eiged as a railway
pos$aloierk between faosoovile and
Pen.acola, arrived in the cIty yester|
y, and w;M ill oAd iia saort f time ieri
as the ,gusst of hiS parents, Mr. and
Mrs. (eo W, '.Moyers. It has been

r i M. 'tl sttii i of Philauriii g,
uE J and J. P. olkoI Eaton, g
sleaitnly closed tthe Brown Heuts

'J3, L.' Berier of 'Waniee 'wap amr
th business viJfor to this city yes.

Sim Leonrd of 41gh Springs' made
a brief businee tripto Qai'fesville yeis-,
W. rrell Wiggis, a progressIve l.oti-
son sand -plnte of 'Hague, was w rating
in the cityyesterday .
At and Mrs. Ohas., Dow of High
Spring mae brief visit to r relatives

V. W. 'Spires of N'wberry 'was in
tho city tiadilngyeterday. e Jmiade
,The unan agreable4 call." ;
0,e' PedrIck it w ryo wante
gep4' buggy o"r wagon;d .i~cs arei ai.
wanv rlgbt-so Is the ieblleo,
Rev, J. W, Watspn of olartow, at"r

turned to hdt'hoite asterday
I. 3 1yer*, a naval stores oper.
Ator oBf oosewood, Was among the
visitors to Gainesi'llte yesterday.
L4 LR Inble,, a progresslvP farmer of
the Worthington section,' wasainong
the visitors to tqls eoty yesterday*
or J.oW, 'Wrator, tie inlet e
ianyor oi Ml.anopy, was Ip the aity
yesterday aind made The Sun an agree-
able call.
Mr. Rnd Mrs. T. 4, Everett of Tren-
ton were among the prominent West
Endere Who paid the c ount capital. a

Mrs. 1 ,F. Bunch de'pated yesterday
fir Fort Write, Where for te next few
days sie will ba the guest of h0r par.
enti-s, Cap:i -. an.. Mr".Gt..
Hifarry Eatly of O eala was tarried at
Fort White yestord may na*mort:hing ,and on
tla.e noon passed through this
'city with his bri4e en route home,
T., P. Stroble oft ,oneevifllow Has i the
olty yesterday." Hel brought a load of
ine pork whichh was diposed of at' a
good price to Weesa Bros., the market
mein. ',
Mrs. .'E. S, Dixson and daughters,
MiNsOs Georgla and Erakino, of Gaines-
villo, (Ga., arein the city on a visit to
relatives, the faUily of Mrs. M. S,
Thot friends of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Mw Colsoni will regret to learn of the
i illness of their little daughter, Laurie,
and trust thit le will soon be coom-
pletely recovered, '
N. A'. Oallison, the, effilolet and
clever manager of SprHng Park Farm,
one of the finest states in :Florida,
wsO among thoie who o ani to Gaines8
villoe on business ytterday.
Mrs. 'I, C0. Pounid departed Monday
for Jacksonville, wh e wlli8spend
several days .l' the uedt of her son,
)r. Hodges Poaiun, who I now prto.
I tlcing dentistry Its 'that efty,
F. 8. eOte'en, the tial stoes ,man of
M.ianupy 'was hi the city for a few
'lours yesterday, .'1ie i in rout on
a short .riitto relatiandii frjiend(4s at
. old ergia hora ieii s'ear Valdosta.'
W.. 4Stookerti-4s saffletng from .'the
eetst of sp', pained' foo, Sustalined
steivra w i.':ok go. Hi has' beeula con- '
fineA to-hli home but friends will "be
glad at the 'nformatiil that. he israp*-
idly recovering

dent.olf thi eity, t wt iniw tmak.'
aWll te'. p.injhisi hidquarthr.#, ,
was lji hi+.Brow p '.e yesterday
T:in'terosflei ithii ectioil

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atil~lt t.eo a that plth ilaaend lass-
miioh as he isai popular fellow will no
doubt enoyi a flne iide,
:0Col. a. Mxey, e' happy in the
possession of a ou'pf e of flne dogs,
which he received yesterday as a 4res-
ent Pfzom Dr. J. Holmes of Atlanta.
They are pointers, and are said Ito, be
well trained. Optal In ell ii naturally
very proud of the animals.
Among the prominent West. End
folks who visited Galnesville yester-
day was W. P. Williatmsi of Wade, who
amne, to niake a contact with the
1 iamend [ce ComOpany for supplying
fuel. 'Mr. Williams is one of the most
widely kitowi residents of his setion.
Gad Matthewa of Donnl oe 'f the
ildest anaid mit widely known citizens
of the West End, was in the city yels-
terday on bysinwss oonneated with the
1United States land office. Janies W.
ommiers of' Faitnin and.J, 'H. 'Martipn
of Don ralo'here, aving comea
a's Witaossls in a iinmber of flal proof
etes in th, land oflice..
RM. Ohmbeilalinnof Taeoma, agent
for the Gainetillle: and GOulfralway,
the Soptrn EIxpreps Coompany, post.
ater and' atl~l-round good fellow, was
im ong the vi ito0 to this city yeater-
day, Dolph says the people of his sec,
tion have made abundant crops, money
s plentiful, and asva reeulnt they ore
all happy and contented.
Walter Roberts, fornierly of Palatka
but who for .he past few years has
beep employed in the sash and 'blind
industry, meihanical department, in
West Plorkta,lis in the city and will
likely remain here for some time, Mr.
Roberts marrledI Miss Bertha Boyoe of
iMelrose about foou years ago, and his
wife is now visiting her parents.
.Attention is directed to the advert-
tiseinet of J, Manasse, which appears
elsewhere ii this issue. In order to
reduce hsl stock of men's andl boys'
clothing sheies, hats,. etc., he is offer.
ing for throe 'days goods at greatly re-
duced prices-4in fatoti at satu al cost
See the ad, and if you are needing
anything In hI .line give him a call.
J. Oarl Williamson of Grahami, a
member of the grm of Williamson
Bros',, extensive naval stores oper-
ators, was, in the city yesterday. lie0
was accompanied byhis brother, Julo
Williamton, of North Caroplina, who is
on a visit to GrahaI.,t The latter is
well pleased with this section, and miay
decide to locate here permanently.
iWith that ambition to be u p-to-date
in every way, together with a desire to
relieve hinlsel of: as pinch Work as pos.
sible, Dr. Alderman, the dentist, has
ha.d lnstallad an elotrio lathe, which
is modern in very way. .The lathe is
one06f the snioothest, running we hav
ever seen,"and nzatutal lyi the gonial
Doctor is "tilkled to death" ov.r this
acquisition to his splendidly equipped
oflee, '
Mr. and Mis, Walter Bryanti depart-
ed yesterday for their home at Ala.
ohuas, :.f. Bryapt has had: the tistfor-.
itune' to be confined to hlit root. f(or
nearly fpUr month with fever, but his
friends wilb j igratifled to learn that
he Is now about r~overod., .e was
engaged in the mercantile business at
Alachua and wali:i enjoying a lucrative
trade, but his illies necessoiitated tiQ.
losing of the store*. le wil rIeopen
the'iaiee ,at on<. howleer.'
M. 1. Moore,'the navil stores ppera-
tot of Rohllie and'olhr'tepoints, was a
~icter to thl/oit~y yesterday and made
The Mun an agreable, as well as proit-
able call. Mr. Molj iioeot the most

owais att iBtes t ia tour of thp largest
astillaouts^ Rokiile, oe *t Grove

Dural 'oetty b Gre* ao.
Rpringsp a $ solle. )t .ba e '
eently asld blttetrekst, ia i )a. nan-

1he p g a few
ilh relaativel 'the family of y. A.
her ofWorthC eule. Mr. and
.Mrst Fihave'reard a great deal "of
loida.^ ^Th is I&thir r t irs 'ilt,i :iow-
ever, and they are well peased, Mrr
Fix bi tsalrady e propectial
*wth a view to oaatiing peraneimntly.
people oef Gaineh'sv.ill would~ be
1. to welcome them.

W. Small of Iagu made a.bri
lbufiii trip t: this oiC yesterday.
'or priles on seed coW pe0a write M.
nngOra .Pevniark.' S. ,1246.dawlu ;
B. ,Wilam of' i Bell was along
thoe who paid Gaihesville'a visit ; yes-.,

Sheriff L. W. Fennell made a brief
ofiotial vislt to CadillA'c yesterday, re-
turning in the evening.
G. W. Tillis of Chiefland was among.
the visitors to this city yesterday,
taking The Suni an agreeable call.
E.K. Anderson of High Springs, one
"of the leading young bTsineas I i en of
that progressive town, was a visitor
to this city yesterday.
100,000 stalks Japanese sugar cane
for sale, $8. er thousand. A few
pounds named varieties pedan nuts $1
per pound. Gainesville IBottling Works,
Gainesville. Fla. 11-10wtmo
Hfores,i Mules-. D. Morgan will
have a carload of fine hoses and mules
at D. G. Edwards' stables from Janu-
ary lito 20, Mules for farm,saw mill
and turpentine purposes, d4tw2t :'
0. AW. Thomas departed yesterday
for Arredondo, Archer and other
points in .the interests of The Sun, of
which he is a special representative,
He expects to return about Saturday.
1 Walte6 Roberts, mention of whom
was made in The Sun of Wednesday, 6
maade his. departure yesterday after- '
noon for Palatka, his old, home, whero e :
he expects to spend a few days with
relatives. -
E. 0. MeMahan .departed Tuesday
for Cedar Key, where lie expects to re.
main for a fewdays onia cotitraet. Mr.
eoMahan is a brick mason., and enjoys .
the reputation of being one of the finest
in the State.
& C. uarteiman, formerly of thris
County, but now residing mi Jackson-
ville, was in the city yesterday. Mr.
Quarterman ia re irese t ing the Lake.-
wood C om pany,.. Ouflq if.ctrers't-.
dress goods, ote., Philadelphiai, nd re- i,
ports a fair tradO,
Among the promiflenilt visitors to
Gainesville yesterday was. Captain J,
S. DuPuis of Alacllua, who caine on
business, o reports matters rather
quiet in his section just now, tle fain.
ers being busy nte a rule preparing fo
the coming crops.
Dr. Unrnett, J.Maxy Iell ald oth-
ers went yesterday to thio. vi('ii ity of
Hague, wierelthtiy enjoyed a till dday's
shooting. While the game was not as
abundant as they had anltitipated, a
quantityof finie quail was bagged,. aindu
the hunters ara very well pleased with
the day's sport,
Mr. and Mrs. Chase. U. Cart<,r arrived
in the city from their bridal tour to t
.Bialtimore, W.ashington and other
points yesterday, atnd are guests of the
latter's sister, Mrsa J.. Fletcher.i
They report a most enjoyable trip, bhut
state thattthe weather in thu North
was extreniely'cold
A. G: Dyai, a progressive, fariir fi
the Motitcocha section wa ,ilog thei.
wiafitors to this eity. y 'terdayl lfe
brought aload of line wet p.taton.s
the product of him own farm vh.i.h: *'"
were sold. to G. 8. Merchant. & o""
Mr. Dyal says the recent rain it li;ug-
sectlion proved of great tenet., he
planters. i.t h
M. Tn(m es.e, for maniy y< ar* fore- '
man.of The ln e.omnporing r aos hut
now in the samncapacity on Tlb, Sou th-
'ern iBaptist, will part today for Jack
sonville,.The Southern tiapti .. t i. .
been removed to that oity.' M.r.r- o; 'i
kli" naniy friends regrettt 'to s hi,:"
hbul'trust thalthwiillt be' .I: I,,i In hi

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