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The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Alternate Title:
Sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly
regular
Language:
English

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

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

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Related Item:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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ER BIBLECONFERENCE

OPENS WITH ENCOURAGING


er~ice Was Held a
[t ;tarnacle Sunda

IMPRESSlVE LECT

ltornoon Dr. W. E. Blac
iped the Conrgregatior
SEyvening Mrs. Margare
.Btured on Promised La
t Whiter .Bible 0
l~Igant and common
' opipened its firet sesa
~'1J 'a bong service

taditng, 'with a seatiu

riotaserivie, whidh'
rl&ifylig'l to Rec
usle d othei proe
040104'onwas cobapos
4 bib5t olltssis of G
I toral reto ire Me
Every sections A
pi| 'totne to partleip
Ilt occupied eaten in t
he stige or platform
ade B. Stroke, Rev.,
a of Virgifia, a gifti
Wl.,e reader, Ms. a
of N'W. York, preel
Sf the Icing's DAughte
Sedltress of. the :I
n nal, Dr. W. E. Blhtc
g ,one o'f the best I
e nto, and lecturer,
a optinent, .ev. .1
4 "Kaavnauph' "h


Sthe First' Preiy
dRev .I )B. 'Holley,
thr aptist, Ja

vice was opened by a
spell sngihg by the e
xty voices, under dir
liver Arnold of Bo6to
congregation joined.
B service the meeting
pehed with prayer b;
when Rev. Mr. Car
opn of the meeting,
salmi, I. : ;:
ithe reading of the
0trousej in a iitost pl
slve manner, itade
iarks. hDr Strouse

tgh l is Influence the
Sesita bhished.,,
earnestt; and ,oelo
thei e ptform, butI
IeraIted Lifea iin m
St: rIligious clha
}ttiadelpthia.s I)r 8
eat part, of his life
;Onvertion of man
has provied a' great
I4 favored the coni
OaI selection withi
OR, aftPer whih

oDr. Biakstone has
l Bible lectringr, a
;i~ tay :thel moi(
largest audiences
Shasever seet.
notory remarks,. d
profound gra
Portity to be prp
ook his text fro
4 *d 4ith tere
Wha is l an. That

4erdemotratned tl
p thnd ipre5i*ve
through beaut


PROSPECT


it the
He spoke for fifty minutes, and his r
"* -marks were precisive and instroetli
from beginning to the close.
UREa Th d afternoon i.service was lons
with benediction by Oev, Mr. Crail
kstone. hill of Holy 'Trinity Episcopal Churo
i, and 'The evening service wlila!h begs
t Bot. with a halfhiour seng service by tl
choir and congregation, witnessed tl
nd. largest gathering ever seen In the hi
onfer- tory of ainiesville, there being abo
odious 2,000 people present. The varlot
lion I hn urphes throughout. the city si
4and pended services on account of the Co
ference, with the result that the men
tg ea r brs of every congregation were at tl
Sbhalf Tabernaole, ad it was notloeable thl
Was to there were a great many present wi
Ola have not bee. aeoaoustoBied to atte l
mote*a p irob h at all,
After the song service ard a solo 1
id of Prof. Arnold, Dr.. trouse introduo
a Mairgaret Bpttme of New 'for
tat of sMc 4ellvere a fine loogtuie 'n "TI
:geat PsIroied an.," Tise beloved lad
ate 1i whohaois fto matny years been erngag1
he au'- rin Ohrstan wr proved 'herself
S' ie speaker, S e hae a relmarkal
: were strong but kind vole; .and her
-, R. yiarks Iooitd beaily heard over" t
I :and entte building. n er lecture w
rgaret filled with pood e ggestions and go,
ont of things, and her r atirks were. well r
rs and ceived. Mrs. Bottorim haa njot ohi
adies' made for herself-a national reputatri
kptone asa Chrisftan worker, but her name
ortied department editress of the. Ladi
onp the iHr Joirnal i beconmei a house
r. Car- hold word throughout the' Uiniti
hodit States,. Mrs. Bottoine oaupied for
Holy minutes, and the conclusion of her hi
Those. tWro was regretted.
terian After a selected solo, "My Hlea
editor Denands Reality," by Prof. Arnol
ckson- tihe service was concluded with tl
beneditiion by Dr. Brown.
Half. Before the;conlusion (,of the servii
legant Dr. Srotl;e ateda' that by0 the mtidl
ection of the week a great many more Bib
n, in Conference worker woks wold be presaei
Fol- including Dr. Lell Broughtor of A
g was lanta and Dr. David V, Owilymn, ti
y Rev. famous Episcopal clergyman of No,
penter York. Rev.. I. D. Pepper, ). ,)., ,
being Philtadelphia, another eloquent mil
ister and Bible prker, has already a
lesson rived. Hle detiveredi a stirring so
easig, nmou at Kavanaugh Methodist Chure
a few Sunday morning to a eColgregatIe
is ah that taxed the church, whilh d lhe til
t: wa largest seating capacity in th.e ity,
at this its utmost. Dr. Brown of Philade
He is phla: preached the morning sermon a
quent the First, Prebyterian Church. to
is the large congregation
inthly the Bible Coniferenori has attracts
raicter, large n nuber of, people from ever
troouse4 a otion of the Untlited Statea, and th
in the visitors aire very entlhuiastico. The it
kind, dicaii6n sre thsftthe COoferetne wi
po.Wer bf e a gnd atioee, sociallWy and: pirlI
S unly, an d the people o:f. Oiineslsvll
grega* are doing everything possible for th
ortoiga entertainnient of their guests. Th
,r.,ir Conference wll last for two week
ker f and services will b held daily 'at :
tone, .and 10:10 a. .,:O _2 idl 7.30 p:-.
00440"p iiomid:ltl 71-.10
spent Tfe program will conmpri leatores b
id has a number of the greates-t Bible stt
ir ini. dents this oopntry has ever know,.
of the 'The Conferebee ,.Monday. :was "alI
After. forll of interest, In the tnorni flg
luring IO: 10. there was as full service aind
tiflea- leiotre 1y Dri. Brown, w,.wh Iwas fia
sent ofi interest, I The big tathrteaelr wl
m the rell illed, notwithutapndlng it Wai
si, ia4 orning meeting of a week day.
Thou the afternoon and evening the crow
w. s alY n good. In the evening .Mrn
114 he Mai et Boetto.me.. J he e.lebrste
peakT sW[ York Aecturer, gai #ddrses
ifiuly Uth *ttgrtgai^o', t' 4 he temrk
n the were highy pWpaItd b wRi


"The aittendap at al
day was remarkabtlie, oo
S. i't w.s a week day, eihel
Engaged .t their ar
apnc, pttofsslonm, nnd,-
away to attend the 'ilab
Several per8ont,i some
e- to participatot in the se
Ve era to attend them, rri
day fronl various section
d try, the number of v
i- beeu increased by Iore
h. Among the worker
in was llev. Dr. David Va
he the distinguished 'Epi
h6 man of NewW York,, ',
"* the most eloquent af
ut speakers and Bible w
us United'States. Dr. Ow
t- thIe early afternoon, an
n' went to the Browi. Huo
m- was introduced in the
he evening to many prone
at and visitors


The servloes at:the ,'
gai at halftpaut 9 o'loE
ing withthe usuBal ong
was ofpwed by. Int er
+iuatlIsA e:btrese by
ip6tione iand it. Bowi
lastO u itu i V0a on,d apd I

Ctif ago iwho delighte
ggation at: he opening
eiaole Snnday evening b
struotive :and pleasihg
died the 'subject' "The
the Jews18' rn ill sable
winner. There were
(in the' congregatlo,,.
listened to the speaker
earnet attenltion.r :t
iIfPort, a id weas ppreo
who heard it. There
that thels dialtingelshed,
ot le mostt able in the
eiile, and hle remark
nmand the closest attend
At the evenialg service
haltfpast 7 o'clock, thea
hortl' ong service undSt
Prof. Oliver. Aretold, wv
lowed Iy a lebturo by
Bottom, tlhe subject bi
Guide You." This eloq
nmanded thi ocloriert ati
Audionceo forabout forty
was followed by I)r, (Oiw
a few brief iotrodua
speaking with groat fort
sivenesia. It w'as euaily
distinguished tisilster i
rare attainnient, and be
t re tie people of Galite
visitors to the oonfereni
opportunity of hearing I
nes.s.


to
I. Wednesrida
at Tcho.atlendaurni at the
a ence Wednesday, it all
very fair,and there was
d of effeti ve work accom
y Not only those who ai
e ville for, tAhe espeosl" p
. tending those ineeting i
11 many of thi bes0tand mi
. (bltritlaian aid Bible wor
o vilhe'turned out, sea m
e enoe andn rspect, midn fo
e of larning nuow thilnga I
s, frolm able nstructls'
.0 Thea~rvices were oW i
i. Ing with the regular $sor0
y direeton of Prof. Olive
i* l.swhieh there'wM, ll I':l
tuse tn the book 'of l
O Brown 'of Vrgin.,ia. '71i
t followed at halfpasit.
A fromtitht eMtinelnt "'WtOrm
i durt: and worker whom
S tlearoed o 'ove, Ms.
a tome, of New York, the
n "AI In.ward 1 1 d1, 4 1
d 'in fher usual ei t"Lasst-
m'. anrr, held th w itati
dl gregatlon for fort-fl
Salm who e t4 )eoaalre
O as t'oroughiy itsdstae

S as
a : lar;./::*Nl afAron.
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WILL BRINl STRONG PRESSUBRETO
'ER IN FAR EASTER SITUATION
eoruldt &H --e- t
raf whom ":eai: : n Porto iand
rviees 0nid ot, tilh. elves st htI i beat fully ropaid for: pe Ow ;, to ': n
ived diurlnt the the time apeotlit the Tl'aornaole, .fuenoe Jap.
is Of the .oun. i- Thue tvning srvioe ,co) prisedh lo .:eo -
visitorsi htavamg ture by Rev, Dr. David Vaughn TO ACCEPT RUSa4AN .:NOT
than ~'dozen. (wilynm f New York, who took for hls --
8 who. rrivqd *ibfiot, "Blessed Are the Poot in I 8hoe Refuses All Oveitrturea AnM ,o'
UIghti Gwilym,, Spirit, for Theilr' Is the Kinigdo .' tinues Recalcltrant, All Re.ponill'
Iscopal olCrly- This wa. Dr. Gwltym'ss tfirt fornmal ap Ity for War and Its ConsquiaI
rho is one of pearrat)ce before the Ootfe!ence, and W tll Reet With Her
nd impressive his remarks were received with great
orker In the interest. For an liourt the speaker Now Yoki, Vob, 3.-In the bsot In
ilym.arrived It hild the attention of his ogreightton uri ed politicallule hrei the on.
d Intimediately and attho the concloonf servoio atll viotion t oxprssed that a peoIeful
Umse. where hle ere. wll pleased. SoluUton of the Rus o Japanide &.fal,
afternoon aid lit ^- is..sr. sr redCabl the PatIs porrenapon
tlnent oltiXoni THr SCHAE0IR MURDBER detit of The nimes. A 'diplotaita
....... iarrangmoentt hlui boat reahoad, te* d'
Taberaie be. MIs Lov Dead .Girl'sP RommAt! sptal cottliUu, between the .t
ik In thl iornr* TakrA of Tragady. mlnistor of foreign talarsa nd tfl B rit
Iertloe, wwloh ledTTd. i d, Feb, .- is vn Ilah atmbamdor he, by. virtutalk 1
esntlg hrd : n* oV' ropiRton Mina eh eror, a wtihilt is aired that botlthtTisrl
Mrt., Margaret t oor g to ,the le. tive told :, i is i i,"io h t: verntnontwill)u bI: i-
T, sthe i sttle ile ro t o n pfoeialre tobea .pon iAd tg o
t 1ternor Mism 8hoofer.' deetfitit MIgb t haltindtuee hnrito aeot the terms 'th
th rowit ay yll on ts fdoitit of the s" not ".
'+ h+ o h at+ tal4~ I' whaih thi ute ti r
"I thmis er I t I`4 9delp' oPed Olit it t lHi to ,be on ugho i d lne, 'ben S.ltf nf tihd, the
sn the Tthe' 40w notlgheo.d val t. Hav intg ex.ocorrespoMnentL ays, to both the
lth aR *obo in :i hIausted what .they ha, d iopod wOpul l l' I'lg oi i i
I eta te i ban e a* ouri of valatia lo r:loinat. oni~, ti i lgnl eid th orimalti a t in
Pefieotont of thlf detectlves now. dmlt thit' they t oct. at
and: impresslve are wholly it sen. iIs l ove h .as i 81 l ..Jtp.n.uv .il a o.. y It to
many h brews oi 6t oiga mntil atement In reply tot hi t, and (re t ltritn'.t s atildte,
all of w::hM)i ofa rilrtilm made by (o :nor twoi na otlt' h Iopr i power' will add th
withthe mn st P pom i l ( t ah lyi :. w'igh W )I f t"l ir phrumslontf to ith
Vwase a maerly Know 0amoaoluty nothtMn or l the 1)i l l td then If Jall n d: opltln,:
hiated by tho i .'rlr Ot nmIIty i hohtuto MI hs i mi n romU Itleti t;ittil tl h rept mslblty
t 0 bil rhfor wiLtr Uiti Its co( qt etienwa wlL
( nidfiaut but tcr Hl lvllv(> otIt t,' "ills ic>- Tot war mul tt o e 01U
speaker' .is on elreuin, t'anoe that woul1 1oh1t i thle retl wth, her and all lnq +.p iti.
ein (dr otdoter- dloA ti on the. i lr o r, o Iwold h er n 0f th ha l W uJ
It r 0 cin (t e T b e), rIeet u, t0t119 o t odIfab t w e
Hot heoit.iato toe I ei.L. 1 r I "l'lihrii .. ,h rttn. 1,111,V*10 ai m o i k it .
S'alwias m com- 'al hl.o n ned f ilin ggtn I a nd .lr'it lTrhalti- :'bel15' all
tlol. for I 16d I b l(o f Inql y lth 1 o an I;tft ,I' r k3i, 0 i
o.-b I 4g(n irig ta(. n i, )h at'l "t 4;vl 01> 11hily .holpikd ritn plie ilttihlg this uliq
Se, bg,,ilmuigp lt at 1 *m w*y <'at ttmilo t I ha l. W ol10 I i I11t)w darstltd]l iig ?etwen ..(herp nah siud!
re w Hats ig alf th -ih'n;i It fo ilght UI n th crloI' l It 1 ,I1: trli dlir litwes.. t ,o thd ltsl.h aid
r dlr ectiaoo of lvOd 0 d 'i. 'Wchnttr pWtr .aod st ti O V i t t
idolihr. Ari. L o l t hi ah ad 'i;Ott; wOild n qite> ton. to l. brol ght bout,'
Mrs MrNOTgart !meTI-o h, ,1,i 0UND R. m .
s l. 'WEi l e Will I am rtl r If had l r'no de f h, t In anrYl
itfi t ildy t Oll. Wa y inlIl brh g bii jury t, i h T re Delay In Ne gotlate's i nor s tr :
t11ntB l of tlthee oug1ht1 l Lt b l t I t11t to h oli nmH llir of the Tmn6l1in..
* illhflt s,. Sh te A h1 tl m l i f-lio ltif1.,mr fft t110 rei.tlo To k tlio, F Ioi i,.. h' tltia ne s I
lynl, whoi mnJe lyt oi .f al'd ,,m m d hie aI It V ll noidiel irl, and the goyvrnimerit
Shiat ll 1 .prolot it a woluit who I IItyl nd t), of ,l pan 4h)ot. po's'ou
oe a ditire t h r on i na i It lilid iii' I S flt arin y or fl ti e rtofisiiithi oon erlpa
Bitory moi ftlrk., ,nl ofI y .ll^, Al't) (to 1 1,1|l

seen tlhit this r t .h itt I'1 h i .. tat or ir -lett
s a elaker of di ,yor *m lti h t',' Mai" t'* IO- *'ak .i1 l,'ia y, otdl'.t ItHith .he a ,,
ok vr r 11 .1) t' i ll.n .I;t i 11 nl nttt- (1.*,mi.ot lto(ol. nu.t e
tfore hldeopar- tte ,it th ttlm n lr tut tn(, i, rl i ni, at. i, I a no mbrla ,i
'sviAlle Slnd lith e tinrd ,ily hiiiqmrii do'i 1. 041t.4I.I ro1'at |huovu.Ie *n i0o h tmc.mhritla. w ,i
e will haven ac wi0d'I .I t iifsi t 't
thi in his fll- i alt o ti l f t h t11. 1, wvrt wIe hl 'i t di' l m ,1 lirjy 'li*ht

r p t t rm of .au On tti t'It flion ;w n ol ^ "Ne rpilys1 "
toil l" Ihnr11th a1l f `1r1 "tI i 'r|ie trOveifr nlt wLor been 1tra d tI
havet it d d atf a1ll h r4,. 4 a ,dl th ; Iitpeonpmitory "lnote to "t, #
l.:,ib.) Ol o lfenr-F :ronvileowao l a w oy titrahne tirehal' q to delr
fli i i trh *. tr'nto, Ie.. ni t.'m s,, i,," #. ~ ~O~P~ ri mnl *0l .1ti itli't tot
Aerv 1co was Sli nst i t hut wI lii'. i vi t ot
lo l a t f;# r d lf. M I f t il' livm t npatoitll
ished J.. t lof t S tin i although it is mi manifest frl tl e
tlm to ltrines 5oplelpl l hl <,h uri Noth I m lV l, N 11tti l lm e wolen g4
purpose nit at(} "~n 'eVn ni'el. 'hi movP nts of .r # ner$etliitlhy. *, le. It wiml
wre ther, but every olardlr a t tl r Jhlnr .lo :vmnts.. wil. i v rapi.y whe th
ot, prominent I rling hoe ot; l the night of the note ''Itially Is real'initL i..;. If mI t j 1
kmere of l in mlr'r t m It rnd. ut tnothi rily 'ns ii tory, and pr'a t

r the rpose An d .i. e. ton.. r4 i0ibly J ,(a willt dl'ith Jo alt I
bout the ub l.0 don, f i A white paper gi, TrliE p efir sM hrikbw .
SIhe parnI n ifsh ths:i l, hs ,s5o edl alf e
*. :-:'id .+ .,:.+ .**MB^ ;*^ ,^ e( ,^ ^ #, .... :
red tis Mrs late ord Hlmlnb.ry's rapsl uly I Alus n agl#gh
t Ar~.d1 a. rtion, w; the trIb rer. ree area me Bws
ntere tling to- i lal aidd the reasons for the jt giient. hli u O '-CI plr i "t di
vitlew by ,1 of the 1.omejisilna WAs pubibbed btt the 1ane visitor to the l84p
s lecture was 4 'i6te a r e hut ltt ts'O t i ro
by a .t r T1he otnai t ., re 'e9y history li itn l' T e il .o.it d liV nd
an i hli:f e d. The"puper' elos with a letter frojs t vlor of the Op}epl There Is, bow

ever) .ee ee G t C ltd l1ttn,, ('ana.ilan mlelst er of ,e Al lndehrifvuri'reet of .u.es rae Oat'
Maares (toe ,Inbtrlowh wh4 s5a: Aet "of .reat termidtlop r1aI1al the natio a
nub me tO.+t bl Att .oi n the .Alr n tlldo'na, a lenth and brse9th. P -ore tr a nl 1


lad tires:eeao th workt of sit thoreylho aere se Wa. M *,I asky
ion of ter @tt.. etlate wlt thim in r lb Brtlt
orAisuiel, and Ish t*e, huo w btq lard Lande-reWe that e :t iro-444 a sokoa in a1
Ie .themnetv i e t 04 wo 0 exprini ts t thewilt u
-k I t. thLIe de Yeir-, AA,4 6


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4 rt* irt,
i(gd hias ia action
eI 'aFnts o 0 s t ie
elet'ts6 of ,nqu'ishm.ent:
bad y agneedbsfts
metweug a. udi aly 0fo0d frequently
1'6et e. lacks tisinwourishnent;Scotts,
Stih Emulsn "1i ways supplies it.


hylo6r ao4 laQ. $to.
ort a i {!iti if ;i,ii; .eirolnl, tho

p~ute olfthe OIZOof Jatu ry
'wer.e r .i4 al4 po iMotion approved
Ao. bmncat.leion itromi His Honor
ay 'irTihomasi, e'lAXg attention ol
t1h ou ,il to thel aili that there ex-
lated atsmuniolpal lawi certain ordi-
lanmoes to:Wlhich 110 peillty was at*
:!4, ws:. read. This communioa-
4itpt1teeaed quite a little stir of sur.
rlse ai d ean itment, and after .somen
disssiOn over the .niatter, t00ie .com.
atuinltaAtton was referred to tIoe ordi-
nagetommittee.
'report oof tihe., lt prsimal, showing.
$42.8Wd, ad the city tax elloctorishow-
,i:(8.tl, we reradand a .upmdIon mno-
,onre ordered. l.ted.
Te bllls for' the. month. of Janmary,
having'beim properly approved, were
'taken up, read and ordered paidfrtnm
the various funds, .''
a older nanDolgaddro ed the ou1,
if nwthe matter of #eduolg 'tie ie,
pousmoenit of Lot. i o, O ak Hall
tpla otwneo by Dr. ,, Harrion
dodges. The Alerman. stated that
S thi iroperptyi had boii: assessed at at
:.Valiiafio of $2,00, whilchi lie and
every other mail who ,was 'famtitlia
S with property values in, thi. vicinity,
realized was exooess ve. ,ie made '
inution to tlhe elet that the assets-i
meOt o t redOed froin 2,)800 to $1,000),
S Which was .carried. ... ::
..'. Dort tion'for Advetiin:; .
Aldermani Qtmshmain I. a pultiie.
Sthe, re'pombsIble .mid, dlgnilltd psaltionm
ofI idepran lhis',otoin L;unts i miade no1
n mistake. oHe Is one of thlosie om i who
d..-..- r at all tlihnes: to not for thel bst
.O,,.td most protl(tmblo, ltrt S olty'l adval)oiollnt., aid ait till I meet.
'ing he declared thavt the advtrtti-
I ,ng:. given (tinestille by the
promiotern of tl li !tible Confferefno
Without coot, had aetimitisihed a great
gooid imndtreotly, inalllimmuh as thmon.
sands of handsoiime circular and book-
Slets advertising thte city in ilustrated
form anid otlmorwito, had bh itm:ir,
S oulated i all parts of the
1itiled States. Aldertman Cuilhman
lken from time pritilqmg htid to be
sed ,for advertising purpooses, nd thils
ulmboe delivered to the. treasurerr o
thelorida Wlr ile C fere
tOrsslti W do ri,11R %he ixpense *6i.
thils advertslog. The motion found a
rad4y second amid rapoinse, aid all the
ldernie0 joined in ti adoiptioni by
Votng for ithe slam with atm eithtium.i
.Alderman Lyn.hi made ammioi tlha
the etoei~il0 proceed tc lhe eeoatlon o
Sollty ar1tiey. A slstibtlutte tf
for.i 1 by AleBWiOla Tayli, bowev,
.'that thIs 0Mottorbe tre*td 01nt4i t6


OrJ of time Kstiid peigtbor
"yItat*4 ^o :thefllmis haI ti* e 0I4
'i' tSlaih t 'tith wtter. 090c sm:s
Ijea o Ail.ermamm Taylor thi. mitte,
ne xto rred to the watet smtteilb
egirott thoc .iiiiis b ae midIng to oei
this MAO 60


clerkt*i tt th
&itAke a.d eat stL :tn.., Lik"
l~ ~ iit ,' ly'*''^^ :^*Ii l' '' '1' ".l**,,;^ .l'


We'll send you a ainpl' tfre i go I req l.
SGOTT & BOWNIID 4o9 PA*rl Street. Nw York.


m. t, and finally, when the roll was
Scalled, the Vote stood as follows:.
f Against paving. President.Broome, Al-
Sdoermen Doifi Lynch and Pedriek. F-or
* paving,; Aldertoiet MaArthur, Oush-
Smani and Taylor, The motion was lost
by one vote.
'Jhere heing no ffirther business, the
council adjourned until ni6t Monday
evening, thle 8th insimt'.iwhen the bond-
ing ordinance, will probably he ready
for presentation to tho council.
HAPPENINGS OF ROCHELLE,
Interesting Budget of NfesFroom That
I Spe ghtly Littl Bug,:;
Roehelei, Feb, 3.-w.Mrs, 9', net.
Srouer and Inn resti ng lli 5onfare
vtislang rtlativep at Tampa this weelk.
iMrs, Allen.K Kelle : c4 hdldren r.
Wved fomrn;'i;Hggh ir:yo
after & pleasant Viit with relatlVes,
The measles n ee. to 13e ,e g in>
our little ttwb now, as there Ireados-
Sen aioses atpresent.
BlM, ;^ Mores qur pRroi l nent paval
storBes operator, paid J'& ksoenvile a
visai last weoek'.. :
Afrathiur o alo, a plaing drugmier
of saksonvillt, registered at thte Sta-
tlon' Hoteliaturday. .. : :
L,:it 4 Lila Jolly of Waldo Was the
gimtte" ofer aunt, Mrs.; Thigpth, last
m osby Tay:)r ptoit Suinday in our.
nmidst Wlth his .lI1tlir i lend.
:'*r. Whitiock of Kondrltk is: thle A.
C, :. i' wide-awak operator here niow
S.1 A. Pattetrson fti Praririe City was a
vitor to our town Saturday.
M ; Bi Townas ofl High Springs w:as
ni, is.Til mail,
;t .ti+ guest ot hoer nleci(S Mr.. TIlman,
lans week..
Mrs.r, E Lamoreaux o A Michigan :iR
on t:visit to Mrs. ,i Pv, E ttlot'
Misses Addio Fuldher and Elva llldes
visited tlhe Central Otty Satnrday.
Slussell Pattersori of Palatka speint
last Smiddy in our mildst;
: Mrs Mael)uke of Gal.eville. visited
eir pltrenti Wedi ndeseday.
Sgouddiitor R.L. llUaRti or the A. p.
I'. spei)nt a few housti he rtir Wdnleosday.
S Will Rollins, one of the A, C. 1,'s
faithful employes, ls. vi'ttintg his pa-
0tn t s :
i Ol, ivir '1 ligpin amd children
Spent Sttuday and. Sunday at. Orange
S lheighlts. ;: :: .
"Mrs. SO. O etroQur paid the Central
CiY 4 btiesL:oall.Friday .
S Mr,;'Myt !nnatny frieOnds will regret
to hknow I is no belrtter.
*. Georg aitdrdiy. .
'.: andMlliras.d .w ln. .O returned from

D, DEATH AT WAOCAMOOA,
1 .
SOne tf Alathua County's Oldest cltd-
en oPassed Away Monday.
S Information rushed this olty Tues.
* d of l the teath tl Mrtl: E.lmiiie .-oi
. soMinwiihllesad vetit oOeurred at "her
Shomei inii Waahooti Monday iight.
r )eeRad dWt::L about 5 iglhtiyi..t^ years
o, ae'at the tite of ther death. Sht
Ls ,wet fotitMn iy years a resist b
': si Xe4alarkai^ d : pruiper ou faHm'ily
Slj an d w died several year
was veteran of th Inditan .war,
*a i hiat oatipail, i adem au. 'ltvi
eWas a hember of the lap.-
I** 41 *A Wh I t :a*at w s tIhe Gads
at. b. seva
*a*$ l iiwllti
Sdtoh O hot ar Me ames


arferwaras l0eo1i$epa nIst t
TheOnef .al Waga r Ik, a'teuded, as
dc"eased l o.u.lJari'*dwasheld' Ini
the bhepstleeard in Q a. Ia
The saervioe swere o b4 ucted by the
rector of the Episoopai h; r'h,
Dei: very Working Nidely
The people of GainseViile as a t:, l
are apparently well pleased with the
adVaintage afforded by thle system of
free mail delivery hihlii was Installed
n thisci~ty ~pnday. hi' feature will
prove of great :advantage 'and oonven-
ience to those especially residing a
great distance from tie posyto~f e,i and
who have no means of sending for
their 'mail. The service has begun
with tw carriers, A. W. Bargent> and
0. W. Childs, with one substitute. It
s believed, however, that it will be-
come necessary to increase this inum-
ber in a short time.
Escaped from Hlouse of Detenftlon.
Rome, Fel;t2.-Anna Stevens Jacki
son, of Raleigh, N. C., who Jan; 16, at-
-tr'eaeaping fromi a honia of deten.
tion, was found on the ralroad tri.ak,
? Mines out of Rome, has been ilaoed
in n asylum for the .insane ".pening
utnuirli which are bing madae in the'
U(itlged States, concerning her id nti









Exposuros

1 B'ing i oni oughs, 0olds,
(f1rippe and other troua
1iles that can only be
promptly nipped in the
budl by Us.g


Tropical


Pine-Appl e


Tar and Wine


The Great Florida Rem-,
edy, backed by more
than a million dollars
of Florida capital, Look
ati the names of the
gentlemen who compose
this company and e if
this is not a sufficient
guarantee of merit.
'Wit. JORDAN, Proildenit Banker
anid Oapiiall st. .
H1 AS, rlM. Vice-President, Whole-
J, t. WLI4AMS,' 2d Vice-President.
(.Comnmereial Salesman.
11'W, W PER RY, Treasurer, Proprietor
'uvil Hotel.
THOS. A. .DAVI,. secretary and MAn-
g. e sagr,:Publislir. ......... .
,11. MAL-LANVie-Pealide. Oon,
lsoitldtedNaval Storeps Copae ,
W. G. YtIS.ER, Presldeit The Matto
A.. IL n8j Capitalist : d .Lu...r
M. n M n a turer, '. .. ', ,-
1.. A. AilEIGII, Cashi( e r Blk of
T.I. c. Sii'tH i 'A.astant V Cahie -ir th
i ()' M adi.on. : ... '
A. II. WyB&ST, apiklltt and Real E.
tatke eaer. ..
(Gl0 T, H9'P(.SO'(emeatSoeuhthr

1D.P 9M' Tax OTIT tow, e Vol
C Aaty.


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GAlIN-ESY VILEL F' 01 RID.
,----
Our businoe is strictly confined to the various detailed Incidest to the
Or hip of lnnd, anid wo hivoi noprivate or personal "a1e ttin counn
with that bi8buR as We nake a specialty of the rPrae06t 6abstraei
makh exhaustive investigation of titleW. We representt jo tOwnere
all matters portnsiniri to the assessment and paye 's s and (t
domnption 'ofoutstahding trx sale. When you i-Ped proit an reliab
vice in our iheit l' l on:or.write us., Notary publfe in ,fice.
,.8. R. COLS.ONManager

ThreeTirmes the

:. Valueof AnyGa
w On eTh'd ,"'si

Q nre-Third as

Tbe only Sewing"AfabiOaf
not fail in any. poltlt
S Rota:ry.Mot loilnd N
make it the lightest ,tunn 14
in the world.
it 'AgentsJ Wiatted ih inoqupmi
tory. Send for chromilars aateri

Wheeler n WiSOj 8
Atlanta, orgi


BIGM


AIL ORDERHOl


4 full quarts fine old Rye, express prepai, $3a.
4 full bottles Rich Hill, express prepaid, $4.20.


All


goods in plain packages if desired.
stock of barrel goods from 1.65 to 5.00 p
Full line of Imported and Domestic


501 E. :fhJY S'ritLEEF '


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e.e,"x.spress prepm .id, for.....,..... ;
.tmr foi nitaUta otl Malry1~c IBye
W"mkey, expressl relttd. .
.rour bottel Oas aie Treoeasee
.*s~ur laei. express 'p(retwiia...f :.
.W. elsE '
109 W. fay it. Jacksonvlle


S TNonci FORi PtTiHOATION.
LVAtta= 'taineate.


.. Or. choice varletile
S" aind eared for,

5 We would be
4.25 you our ; Itntl sOTi
ture"f a. list.of p
stock, roses 4aeodra
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T' oioe-a-,Week 8 1ii I Yeiar; sit
No,|:b |^e;,0 igle opiesf o '
An1?nj:TrsTG RAttas:
the ftirMvtaLnd 10 int(t for. each addi..

Displayed a4vertsements for three,:
$it Md 12 months at. V eci'al rate,
^ '1 ee'. P obtu rit 5"eCnts ,n line, ,
111O 't ,r a~ NasDttOtileellinierted.

WI 'We will not accept stamps of a
ai,$rger denominutiion than 2 cents,

Oba .OLBINo .... ..
the Sun dI the Thlrice-a-.Week
.Y,):Word oteo yeart... 1.. :.. 5
Thl-Siun ad the Atlanta (a.) '
Weekly Constitution onAdyear.,. 1 75
The'luni and the Atlanta "(Ga)
SlmiWeeklr Journltl one year, 1' 60
^ Thy un U Anik the ;Sehil-Weekly
T ilmes*-non one year.,... ..I

Aceor4lng to ithe styles just out, there
ne,' piiitbiles will lbhe h;laer to
dodge this seuon thWn iast.

RecentclyAy in Brussels 2,5 600 young
then 'otneted for situations paylui
bt $0t'lra y 'r O,)ly 200 got. p.e,1
yet 6elgl)01l40a.good:Stiftatioohod
there ore mnst be prosporu. '.

S iAn Omaha reporter reoontly tried ton
1 14a ma'n in that ci ty io ould *,re.
peat all of ,the: ten oomnmandmlient.;, bltf
,ot ohe oould be found" Of course
kt ;.:most of them were :mgaged in.
break(ltiig thet,

Thei're is ino disputing the fact that
JameM Alexindor is a shrewd. cain-
pa11;hnr*. "140 his the, happy aculty
of l einig a good mixer; Whleon he
%leaves a voter he rl vesWat least good
*lshai behind hmn '

S G''''overnor Jetiings has be. voted:
with luok Nli hii efforts to build up a
s tro;Kpol ttcal iahine. le has had
the opportunity ofmaking more olvili
appolitments.-thana dny 'two governors
* .. who; have preceded himn.

lion Clhas,',l, Vlrkhill has been ap.
pointed Judge of tmh FVirst .nudlolal
Orcitlit, vine Judgo L. J.. .Ueeve, re.
signed, There is niot aibetter man iti
all I'lorldi, and (GovernoriJeinings hals
sihOwn (excellent judgment in nuakiun
the alpiointent. uiii,

if .larrs is the rpeogileod leader of
the n.ajorlty of the State EBxeQut(ve:
S. oYmiillttee, as he claim, lie has die,
played poor genierlslhip. As a leader,
S he isa signal failure. 'e ought nuot
totsini another attempt. For a signal,
f'allurOe lIrra.li actohl.

A party without a prinoaple, just
s oniekind of an institution existing
ly toU dish ellt ofthalot to a few favor.
ites. i what thie JoksJnvillole poillical
trinity deiir 'to. milake of. the state
Peumoorsoy, tut the dishing my, not
go to thei liking, and tha l expresaioi,
'wil:fronm theimbe in order.

S In his geat book Napoleon ltoostm-ie
i BroWail reftrr to.,i-' :W l)avias-i hav.
l, been a canrdildate for governor as
the preference oof :the corporatioins.
TAt siakiie conventiton nominated'
ol. F'leuing. elar themree -
u ,, I) -niorats.. Wasi Frantllis p
{,: sIiqMtaig o taol, nitti. the:( rail.
oadl a at tht time, or during. his ad.'
;'lislltrtiBe' p'r them 0to hal fought
.him bitterly in the, lnt1rest ~ftr rii,. "'i

vin" beenik whipped out by the in,. .
rlsit' of the eI mooratic \\a\ e
Qxe4~tiv Goiunlltee the Jaek.
ti:,:;polil, \is now,


o~ n thi g!ve o"t the' a 1

WaL h lh% oF e rilhwa, in


.is vo0p 1r a couvptaIoi h no it .1 ,asI n g
itf against teirlimryplan for the f
ture On thp' other'hirtid, they state,
to votee agitet a primary woold'be to
vote in favor of, the onvention plan
or aret urn tidt. There ,Is absolutely
nothing to'that 'arguent.i It ca' n
have 10oef ~uec theu .than .to demL n
straste to what dept thiie arrs-Stock.-
ton-Browarde t' 1Hsl stoop in r
der to streohthen their position. This
call for that primary i too plai. :
"'esoltveod, That at the primary
election to be held May 1Q,, the queT,
titon of holdrig a State convention for
the purpose of eunolating a platform
n)d instructing the delegates to the
national convention shall be voted fon
and if a majority vote for same, the
State ommtittel shall mnake provision
for such Oonveiition ,
Is there anything n thin call to idi.
cate that ,the primary plaii would bet
abatidoned d in' fva of. a:nvoenclon?
To` .use the 'arg ent hat1o Barrtr
Stock:tdl and ':'a' a"'le:d p Sig ,at
this tij ie h,this oinpot ',on isilto ,lit
tack andt to' isfeprlesit :the proceed,
inge pl th party orgaulaton in' tis
State .

co'd ben oi le iu chy so iitliiimeat
or tiisropreseitatiQ o'f facts as ,tat
haspaesed:. :he people of il'lida are
students of theituatiat and re too
Hotoleigb. to .be led astray from so
plain a proposition as' that submitted
to thae in the resolution offeredd by
Max RItif and adopted by theo
cotmniitteco : .. '
Teior toIs another proposition
being submitted by the Jack-
onnville political trinity. 'They'
are now dialing, or an organ uof
theirts has claimed, that they desired
a primary on iMay, 12 Well, if they
did they did not sny so at the l oi'c itlt*
tee meeting.. O) the other hand, T.
E. Watllia of Escaitibla county moved,
inst a sioon as the section of the rei.
port of the sub-ienilttec referring to,
the primary was read, that'the date be
set for April 12, or in .other words, the
seconlt Tuesday in Apr I, Mr,. Welles
spoke vigorouNly to hi inmotioli and
spoke with 'that co.nflidnoe whichiin.
dioatod that he was lborini under
the impression that the scheme had
been pre-arranged anid that hiero was
no doubt that the datt would bo fixed.
as he p.rovted iti hia motion.
Dr, MKinstry, spok against .hat
..otio. Senator 'almior. spoke against.
it,. and Mr. Welles again responded,
Mr. Barr himself rpo .to remark that
the candidates had already been hoard
aiid that ,the date for holding the pri-l
iiary would have to be 'as early as the
date named 'by Mr. Wellei, in order
that delegate could be gained to the
oonvenutoni. But' the maJority waph
whipped on that proposition, as they
we*r on others which arose during the
day ..It w a one time where right con-
Su ered jagint migh t, where the lead-
ers of the minority were too crafty for
14eir opponents. .,
'The minority !seured, diate for
holding tlhe primaryy about a month
iater than the Jacksonville' trinity de.,
sired

WEALTH OQF THE FARMER.
Some follow with 1 ltatthotixaticatl
brain asnd but title tioney has flgnred
OIut. that f000000,00i means ilittlei
it re to the ordinarily mitnd thai a rowI
of figure "
That amount of money is beyond tihe
reAch of commnon coaceptiont
The sumi represent the value of the
Americat arkienwr' ropis :i 1908. Thi.
.nit- i h iot Itlude Wmetlhttlink' 'I
a.t htl' billi dtltrworth of fasm
prntu" .. .hicb h tave be. ;'ed wttih
the yer to' niealy 40,000A) hse^'sm
*o u~h t s te ath n ,ia t ,


bounty ,p t S ", t', ."
ins annnistilaM'-ilMsenal a. 1 ab*ta


.uossvbouta00, *6ai t

I off of lbis farmr t, ad his1;ncome e::i
m n earily Oeapr'plftr thin that in-
#Ya otherline of'oe pstion. When
Pwe ls arno', ,itaergures that i the
heriag e ater rnd his wife doublen
their captlb e~v.r tro years, need we
wonder that this t w rlh nutfon? ,
Put flgures so#ietitnes are deceiving,
Pie farmer, who outside of statist
rnaes any such money as that iight
be hard to flhnd. -

We presume there will never be ant
ame wien the dead beat will not flour-
ish a the expone of others. And eQs
le10ialy is this' the ease with hhose
who make a practice of "beating"
their doctor bills. If the practice of
tiodiolne happened to be in exact
science, a boycott of the doctors
against the dead beats wouli result in
an interesting expexrinent. Unfortu*
n1ately the dead beat cannot be ingled
out for punilshmentr. '11e usually ea a
family and in punishing him the miedi-
cal profession might punish from two
to ten others who a'r undeserving of
lpnishnPnt, But the chief 'interest
would be' in a ptraticoal test in the ease
of the beats. If they were blacklisted
and denied all medleal attendance,
mortality statisticilans would prick up
their earB and begin to take notes' In.
due time wea'hould have comparative
tables showing these' mortality of the
hum ra ttoe under' inedi Ial attendance
and atiP tyort1,tity of that porciof the
race which isa denied attend-
'ance. The experimnent would give the
ttorid a fair test of the efficacy of
nied'calastendtice rln enoral, taking
the skilled and the unskilled practi-
tioners as they occur. Really, it is a
grit pity that' soething of thi sort
atioMot be doue, with the consent of all
parties concerned..

Seiiator Tallaferro's reply to G(iv-
ernor Jeinnings'i openn letter" .attack-
log the latter's record upon ce rtaini
nteasurelsiiinthe United Statis Seliatto
conclusively. disproves every charge
the Governor lihs made, Goverior
JoOnings placed great stressI uponr
q(iot1lingithe "book and page," but the
Senator's reply, which appeared in the
Times-Union (f February slt, togotlher
with the Governor's letter, plainly
s)hpls that he either wilfilly or un-
intentionally. mniasquoted the record.
Senator Tallaferro histmel'f otes thoi
"book and page" of the Congressionial
record, which shows that he lines voted
with his party upon every question
coming before the Senate during lhis
termin as senator, including the flinai-
cial question. Senator TaHiaferro is
indebted to the Governor for the op-*
portunity:to write the best canipaigtn
document that has yet appeared in hii
interest. The Senator's reply is
couched in respectful :ail dignified
language and il 'still lfrt!her evidene.
of his eminent fitness for the. position
which he has so ably tilled,

Speaking 6f VWilllam RU Hearst's catn-
didpey, the Columbus (Ohio) Citizen
Says '"It l hihit time to admit that
no competent view of the presidential
situation within the Democratic party
oan 'be taken without reference to. the
poaitbllity of Mr. Heart's nomination.
We have heard his youth urged against
himi as an alleged objection, but ,his
young manhood can hardly be received
as aeJust ground of opjiositon amoniig
'Repabliias$ 'Who ae admirers' of
Presitden Roosevelt's youthful trene-
ro1', or *"lt o'g'' Denlomrats who' earn-.
estly supported Mr. IBryan ,When hlis
chief clal.o to renown was the honor-
able tile of .'the :boy.. orahor of the
Platte,- Mp. lHearst's, youth would
iot stand n. ls way as aoandidate."
M el .(i~i ~ ~ u~ .; i l
Mayor Halris to the grand Jury as
responilleit for the Iroquois theater
;Ilre b his failure to entforee $e itrf*t
otrinui.iin .But Ciarte' 1is |Plperyl,
dock, and ":rthels wea)l bfoe1al.


KeWps riouniq: i

editor for AD AN,


F or 8 erOf
Constipation,1 B3l'ousness, In- p ;. the Denweraflo $:0
,ndiget'on lnd ioothe internal o: .f Dnty:.
:With" ifitieswhtcli pause yWAlniet ti
serious aness if aloed to re- idence you placed n
main When tthe bowels fail. .. onuitiuously from t
to aet regularly, thie prompt and sicerely trust ,hn cn
use of a good laxative will pre-: dience has ot been betra I
o ventseriua results davn d:ao endeavored, tothe ve~y of Iny
** .doctors'"bills, 'IdMOZL.EY.'8 ,' abilityto do ihYddtYTO esso
M16 ON Ed1'LTXIR 'has for years persoos or the coelqtk'6 io Imy.
been recognized as the leading self. olw well I have' su ed I
ldxati.ve. It acts promptly, but leave to you to .judge. '1 te b en
geitly,and:unlike ca lomnil or encuraged tobeti ovethart myPort
tablets, it do' s not gripe or have rqeived thlie pptval -oft tio
produce the slighiesto unplens- peiicefl, law-lovinhg citst o uf
anltiiess It keeps the, systi I;ountity, for which tI am t'.y
thoroughly cleansed of all n-. I am iagaii a candidate ofor t" ) otli
purities and ilsures, perfect of Shoriff and will appreehiate Y sii
S.lth. Ior sale at drug stores, port, and riromisie, f r-ilect, to re
60c per bottle. sunie duties Uiinfettrtded wi. th n
S-- promise to special favors,.and 's-'la1en
UOZlGV S deavor in the future, as in theapest,
:. z..,s l .do my duty the best Iknowbow. protli
L e m I i i. i.ingifelectedOrdefofted iiOit w
L e m on E I I i x i r candi(late for t the off t aRl,%
.. '' p'euti'illy, "'L, W LL.^
S Made of Leoions., : ..-.,:': :'
A ) the Dohfoo rat of Aluohua h Cpnuit
............. ;+' J atnoune itnlsciy a, e audid te io
Chief Coburn, of.the live .stock. s(:i eriff of Alahlua county, sbet
tiOn of the World's Fair, has lilde the Democratic primary eced'
somoniticport-nt anieiidnients to the Ishiialt discharge th dutities the of
livo Stock prize list for MCe great shows lele the l)i't of liu aitan so-
th l-ite the support 0 Demnoa rt
the eoining summer. In these he pro- spetfu-ley, o1 + ln I .r
videdforcompetition in their rep pec-. .. .. .
L've etitlons between the first prizee For Clerk OCiuit C ootu
wlii)rs of a' breedsiand grades of fat" ''7ohe Dl a or, Alachau
stok,. 'There niay ,be .so0 ,quesliol As the "8ate,"]',Exeiitive rtr 0j
of' tile praticailty of competition, lha1 selected Ihe 10ti d y ofiM Y,
b(,tweea .breedt in. breeding cattle holditig our iulntrkyelection i
announce yse t a ead:d
ilsseo, but, there ban 'he none ,uiom g 'the position, of:!0lorko ht0


iii, swok. nero, ist tee supreme- test Court of Alaclat couity,, al l"
-0 pureo.bred iive stock breeding. With niot only the vote but tilhe s5
the judge looking tor bef for e my friends to secure lmy lno 't
se eor r b e If elected I pr oiste ,to 'pe
sI Iaeeither color nor type, 1-e is duties of the uttloe tatlif ulty
tfter the best animal for the blRcIk, I make this )ronfiise inbw
Undoubtedly public entimnie6it will ougghly wliat those. dittes ., '
-.ustain Ohief Coburn hti this .amend- have already boen Iarneda '
ienee, and I trustthat allJ4,6
eilieit ,It brings the breeds and grades Ve us
together in a praditidabkl. manner d g thr ad gteir selection, Respr
lend's interest to thw Allpw. That the SAMlUI I.JI.W
same amttiendmenf hlave bei made to .-,-.-
affect cattle, swine amd sheep ca',,,s ndaefy alero m
the. haigesa to interest all breeders. ourtod A Clerk oft
While this form of competition is not 1lte hiocratic primary, nil
new to the show ring, ,it is safe to say th'IPoritofall DeinoLthe
Uit ithe m teatiifator m er Y ed I shall perfor'the ilt:d
it.it ,ho llt~ist satisfactory i manner iri tice to th0\best 0 y0
whichh eone breed may be shown against spectfully, ,. f i.
another, '
SFor Tax Collector,
Wheu the first President Harrison hereby anriounlIe lny.el
died in' offlce, his depty Johlin Tyler, date for re-tioiiiimatiou 1 TaI
was not elected to Lsoceied htii ; when tor of Alacl~hit county, siibJf
Goenral Taylor died In office, Millard emneiicraltic primary. I f I
Fillgnore. was h'ot' elected to siuceed mnted an d elected, I shailte
hin.; when Lincolni was slain, Johnsoii charge thlu duties i icunibonm
waseiot elected to succeed him ; when ofi d. I respectfully solicit'
(iarftipld was murdered, Artlhur wa. ort inm the y oini\g Damit
not elecLted to succeed hiim., In fact, y
none of the promoted, vice-presidents For County Treasure
ever got the presidential nomination. e frie o Te R b e
"('he meanin of which observations.,' oune 'him aa c .idate forb
as ;Bunoby said, "lays' in the applica- tion for tho ffic of County'
tion of i." subject to the Pemtocratil
i -Hehas perfornil tihe duties
ice in a Satisfactory+ mann'
The opponents of Senator Taliafetro nennIatc 6reeeti a t
and Congressmao.Davis have indulged least a second ter s en
in all kinds of: vilifloation and abuse of
those gentlemen, Now, however, that For Conty Superintendent ii
their supporters are "'hitting back," I respectfully announce
a great howl goes up from the very candidate for the office o
nes who inangurited the campaign of tendent oif Piiblic itnstrcuet t
abuse, that it is "unfair anti undigni- priaonty, stc"o! the Iwt
'lied" to give them a dose of their own emocratsad
medioIne. They will be conpelled to 1s9 every honorable' effort
take it, though, In large doses from s lie pbeli. school interest
now until the close of the campaign n. 'y -" .. M.
I hereby announce mn rib ni
The Bible Co'Iifren ice e is proving of. ,i3e for the office of upt .
great benefit to Gainesville, as well as "' Public Instruction of, A a
to the population .piritually, and the ti -ubjetto the action rf e
City Co,'nnll did the propr thing iJw the u.ppor q f ala ntem ip
approprlaticg one hundred dollars to. Respectfully, ; ;,,i1
:wrdr detfrainroithe -upse of adve r. -- -" '
sing, The'handsimei y printed pro.- Fr Tax Ass.s.
gram and booklet hiave atratetd at, I respectfully anio'ane
mention all orer their country and th eandiatt for the offle of
matter is one of the bet rs. A e unt t
meat of the ciry that has been *eiriic ed to fll tout the unepni
lated for manyyear, '. predecesor, I now ask the ,
S: ; of- achus county fl r thel
Dr. tlW. eBWttr of LteLsburg is at polls, il t in
oedidat for re-letinas State e and to make, a more perti
tr froti Lakle county. f.the people books each succeeding y
of hi'ls ditrHie vale th sirites of.in lan yWILL
able and ,consoe60ious ;#4re 0enatIve *
tkly will not heai tte t:o res inate. o .county I
mih et5 1 him. I heb ioue
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wty ZPrices While:
Poor in Other Sections,

M8^ PLANTERS KNI

Are rItgirng cotton All the'
From VitinjIy *f Lake City ` Ba
Y Alachua i aks' It Interosting
.Thern-. asni Nearly Over.
Alachuai about the oniot import
dOtton center in the county, if we
to judge by reports which come fi
thatsection-a.id these reports c
from reliable men,
CO. A. Williams, who conducts a at
on a profitable basis ini that prbg
give town, and who is al'-o a cot
buyer and one of the best posted
on cotonn' in that section, was a vis
to Gainesvillo Wednesday.
"We fellows have got you skintie
death on cotton,"' gopd-.taturedly
M arked Mr. Willians, hin speaking
the season just about tIo dome t
close .
S'- Mr. X'illianstated that the ti
.ginsof Alachut had turlied out for
'saion not l steshal 1,800 balesa '
le,All of which h"a brought .g
prce!, "Thie growers were n0ptobli
to'stote their cotton in the wareh
iilyieae'', he declared, "because
ton W Alahuaii has bUiin away oup,
"Tbe prod n huas beOn good-a-
atie tiheaierageanid' those ,bi
oto ad no hesitancy 1in pajyinggi
S rcp .aootton -ha btrogligt nmor
doAlach than any other poirt in
O 1 O yutty thii season, anlid is '
gligat an average. of .243 cent

i'. Wilitamns stated that theopgl
terof Oolumbhia county ilo linu
teir cbttonti'to Alachua on ac]ouni
the hIi prevalllng ptlces; ,TI
prcestand toal rove of great.bionetl
"*^ Alahua connmOerola (y, and' e. aco
14n Ingt greaft',adeA~i'or the uplbu
Iofth etown. fro trading stal
S,. V fell 'sell good
h a^ as anyone eiifeartth,"' he a
an P1 the farmer n
sootorlit ,trallly he will ci


ptir way.". \'
Mr. Williams conducts one of
ageststores in ANews Notes.
Hawthorn News Notes.


HaWthorn, Feb. l.-The weather
edntinues. cold, notwithstanding the
faset that we have 'had more than
enough of that kind already.
Hon. F, J. .Hainmond made a busi-.
nesetrip, to Jacksonville list week,
o.hn : LaFontisee of. Jacksonville
)i.ted frieods here last week.
.1tin l atn ftiond i, ednifled d to' Ilis
ome by ,ille'r., His friends wish for
in a speedy recOvery. '
[q. R,. Weeks, chairman of the
hoopl bolrd, attended the regular
meeting of that body on Tuesday.
Pr T. ; Harvey, a. sklful dentist
Mi *loaobpy, Isa spending a few days

A p 4t0 from Moore's Hotel drove.
;0 to 6 lsroIe 8unday to attend the.
ptiat -onvention, which was in sees
there.
4WlWilliamsonIwas a visitor from
a1oSpday .
Lonard 'Ud Ella Quiinlai are viBit-
their pArents in High 8prings.
elarother, who his been seriously
for some time, is Itiptoring slowly,
h Its veiy gratif'ylng news to ier
at friends. .
..i ...ht .......i' t ,ht .85;14,
t i i +r ft;> ,, '(; .l :i n,$! i4
Ugh sold ti', .1 t, W i.lla F ns, I l) bas-(, i
Uttit .tiii tl1 -G e1.tt.i per ponund.
cheitfek was: for .1.585 14. I'This
the lta'St 1 hileis Mr Kim-
a G'R illebate crolp. He sol4 L1
ilst week for 3.07.1

Caution :<''
l ii s ot a ..gentle word-but
y ou Wl k-k how liableyeou are iot.|
.bIs 0 the only reidedy univer-
1 sI98And a remedy that has tad

44 or tld. ete Aind tiat'
's f applon sand ibratM and
ihoi 1 ingtl, .n, i*grat
i'4t t eyor tt.ion rtob
ii s i44 Thoro are


ml F M PRO MIOA1ANOPY;.. :.

PantrfuI Aqcid to .tDir. ontgomery.
JA ; te:' lof M..... M rs '
Qnopy%, b. FO: iss Roge f
1,5 Vis visiti:$ Mioia 4Allison of this
IelU Pa for a few a .'~ ,'
"Dr.L. Mohtgoiniery happ oed to a
vory painrft la 4nt whilebout t this
S rkiwood grove ,tew' days' ago,: ..I
hid Nvited on t ,hii patient,
,. Kros Misisstoppi,to ride out aiid
s lee0,tli a l e oiango graves through the
MU Tacona 'section, and while driving
to near the railroad crossing, thle ot!,nrti
gang lamne Along on their hsndcar,
Wthilh frightened hi. horses, and they'
ant, wholled around suddenly and threw
are the Doetor andl Miss Krotse ouit Tiet
rom j4octor received ai very painful olit 0n
mie the leg, while-the young lady was not
hurt. Theii horses tore loose. flm t the
buggyind niiade their way honie,
tore Mra. W. R. Oarttr of TJacksontvillo
re". was buried here yesterday afteriiooiin.
tton She was formerly a citizen of otir
ien town aild was lov~d by everyone. To
itor her husband and children tlif symtpa-
thy of the entire coninuhitity goes oit,
dto in this their greatest loai' Mrs. OCar-
re- ter hAd been a great aufferer for sev-
of eral years, aid her death was no doubt
oa a great relief,"
r' Mrs.J, A4l'dLwards is visiting rela-
ire tiresin Oainesvil.. --
tl e The tow tiQneil inet last night at
floe the treside.n 1of Mayor J.. H r IPrator,
'QOd As thi was ie first ineetiig this. year
ge ult.i& good deal. of btsinoess witstrttAn-
I4450 Iatted. Tlerae *Are re4t MMayor J.
eot. H. Prater, Aldermiah W. Soith,
presidentof tithel eolcil Aldiernen li;.
w 0. -hityTho MeOrede N. O raig
y ig aind' J. D". Watkins Crtik A..
0ood" COsby and OirslIC, H Cal ;riniam..
e in T he tax iate was flxed at twlvei
Skills. Everything prtathing to good
oW antd economic 'goverinien.t was dis-
s a cUed at. length, s it, wi t iditighti
when thet honorable body adjourned lto
l inoetjagain Friday ight.

Sof tended the funeral of her sister, Mrs,
IIes W. R. Carter, yesterday.
to t r. Itirvey, hI. (l41,iT.t lE N re-
o1" lriiod froit a 1>ruf0sspion4il trip to

alid
Iftil MseA s Allihoon, Rogers and 11krdeo {i; t-
vltiidtd tiliedtd .iaeltion llervii 144 of 11o
lore First Ohriattiatin Churchli it, Mclntoh
eis last Sunlday.,
R( mV Lt, .1'. Wells. prenetlld to 1 1h
th ilid roen last hunidday a viveryiiinter'stitgi
sliad inhistrlI0tiVt0 lt rinon.
ACCIDENT IN WEST END.


D. 0. Faircloth of Bronson Fell From
Wagon and Injured His Back.
Inforimaiior.hts rcnalhId'this s city of
apatinftl accidil4nt which, rtOit4ll.y ci)'-
fell lIHn, D.1). 'Filirclotlh of Hronuoni
th .'esslts of which will probably con-
finehini to. his bed for ilinle tilm1e,
,Mr. Falrlh4th Jis an uncle 'of Mtrs.
Tliad Bryant of Yulatr, aldis l iint with
the weight of.years, being now iln his
aevventy-lnitthiliyear, lie was visiting
Mrs. Bryant.a'd family at YalAr, amtld
Ahi fw days ago while riding, the horse
shied, throwing )inii from lxhe wagon
and sieverely sptralninuk him iack,.so tiat
it became eeolotity for frIudle t1 o tatki
hlii, hotne and lput hi in to led, :
Mr. FatI rloth, wlil w le n4w a1 reAidenit
of Broinlorn, Is one of the oldest retl-'
deintsof thlt Wiest 1nd 1, 1e was for
Somelitme post nastelr at Yular. aiid
has many frieilds throoighoiit thliit 1oC.
tion who will regret to learn ,of hi 1il1
nes ,
A VALUABLE TRANSFER..
The Attractive Jackson Properly, West
.Maonic StrBet,-Has Seen Sold.
Walrrrmn Mson, a; progrpslivo North
erna ctijetiA.htia made an invesitnent
tn (aiinesville,. havltg purctioasidt tho
desirable lomie of L, W.. Jlacksi,: lo-
cilted 4. We:.W tl .Mlltic '.o t eeot.
'itAis ne of the' most .desi rably 10.
cait d properties in ith city, A.Ud t" tif
new owner to Lobe congratuiJatSd. ".
:Mr, Maiop has atsl purehstiail frore
SMr. Jackion a tratt11 Ompriltanl s'ty.
.six .acse.re'O farm'inIg land i ilSo south
tlainesville.borderiog on the 'h-Miti-
nopy -p,'ubie .rq .' dirci .ii' l :mith 'ef
Swet ewst-r brnuh. .. Thi iand is said'
to beao o60g a tlwt:",l trt e r of lthw
e 4itay, bt.bitl. i: lt ders.iot. th. *for
theI preontli .i0w l t be, auliated,

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FAMILY TROUBLES

LEAD TO, TRAGEDY

Promineut 4eituoy 4. w'
yer, Shot a, Kiled.
W, E NAL St J, K. $,HADEft
Latter Had Jusit :outllated a Term as
Assista nt t ommp nwc al the's Attorney.
tUinfortunate Affairc Occurred in thi
Caife iqf Capitol Hotel at Loulsislle.
. Louli'le, Feb,^.-. .lawus K. Slr,. a
der, a prom llhiutloit tg 1i la4ye r,a wl
had jlusAt CUOillpltotd a4 i tOi1 Hs askis
ta11t cotlmonwiiealth'su lituolrney, died
today at tie tlats (of it btiillet W+tinid llnllh'ted al
linighlit by W. l, Nal:i of oW('ensholiro
Ky., The' troniilto arose), it l.s saiO,
ovoi a unsiu1 dton whilit Nonet enter-
taiiled as to al utl'r. rel h0n44i witt
Mi'tirs Noal. Noaiil hiia b'ts 1t iroestod.
The sh1thi6 UoCcirrdII in wo it caft
of thle 1 44lpilol hottl., 4 lhr Ne'ial tol'iun
Shriudetr tWililtug with tie bar tenltor
Neal It. iis 1aa4 without spoeakiing -0
Wdoi to Shradier.. 1drew a 38-,(allb(tr i:r
vohVi'4e1 I ni ilto i t coilst uick't toiud lupell
ol fire. iih'ailor s t o r 1 I' ruti: li t
li'' ftl'i'i wlt'n li' vaw tho pIt ol., 't'hi
fllrst tiot niiis'd i S ll';n r ade ri liulls441 id
Itlost to 0 ov4rlil other 44l1.4st4a of the ho'
tel. who wer'e 41ttit irt a taibli wr itl
in1g T1 i. m, cont h t fit 1.filcl( Neal'S
v\ tim lit ln e .tho i n l id,, tth tl lird eon
tiredtli ha b !.k ,
84r1i, 1(ir full It)hiill tho dioRk hi th(,
ottai 4 l44nt lA0't 1a a -4 t m tvil. lby
stand4niid at t o'i)'t< to titri'm Neit a 4
bu ,vWii pr ltitr'tg .,to (th i tgaii. "fi
was',;, thirow n a ltlnst the glaisls ail- I
t1 4)ri l'4h4 'I hbrr1ooi in ttite 11 ffott P ot to9
Secret hl its volvor, i)rolke .he ilalst
aiud sovvrcly cut 'le hililtd., l1 to(w
hiln s l(o )o ue t h eh :lil m ton who N\,.iri,
httiinptlhgl to dtain hint1 ad tniro 44
Ilii 1fio (t o l of l thI e dn (r, only to rn
Into tlei 4 rili u 4il0 sflicftir
.Nr.il 1 3 4,44 14tars ohtl d tiltl i W5i
oi'ri n IiiI V m'iiltttiir fl W t il 'l '.r,
only ou.h i l i, \Vllltain N ioli, Iti.) !lntin fl
f'arnii' lr l' Atl*.r5,f c' t u541 4\, l.t 'o oncel
reprosInl.od i hi: (1distrht In c t, il lsogl.i.
liituiro. Ih1 Il't :l44\-I'v'iJoeolit l it hoit l ui
fy tlr y04t4'r, .4t1Zi 41415 15:1, t 4tl5'' tse''n liv.
.ing 4hi It olit 'll.li s c. x C t+'H rr OiR ( y0u1r
w ilii l i) Kp) iilp 4 i l li >|i
  • ivlll i|
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    wvit'O 1111 llud1 ll4- 4 n.'|4 f'iv at tf ill' ('Hiia ilol
    hi1olc'est
    SlirilWwt (h' o1 Oir ly llf J111he1l I0ltOilei
    of li4 y4inll ;i cr 4 i' in oi '. Ilu? 1 o4.4 l h4lt',
    ri't w1114 lii c (404i151 4'" il ,in sl|)le 411 t '44


    getto ,Vung mini t41 4 .yn.14 lcpolnlrtl'
    iN t iall ttt itii'n nittiii'll 1' 6 m 11n,' 1
    414lo eplh ,1 r lliffaker, whlt i h4.' wa t f ;'
    plo nte li (1' Tsif si'K of 11 oin''' oi, s'ulcs
    h(l 4te r h) 0ll4s i i.'li'i (o)4 .o111 IIlIs<"l lc' lb
    author Ihirin. hlA III; term f 4hr1A.del

    rinlt Rt eArIuftlhion a a tt i h t ipb inrl.
    Whli'n Mr. Ihliffaker WH tri *lh lt hi
    rl'nfilmndi th reoppoinlf Ahrattir li thlif,
    groutl thanit lihs olnislilt hadl uti l( til
    bortiigrnl (H ifttc iof (eti o ie.l', Sin(.10
    thenli In hIto h, yn ]ri 0 in it 144 I| i 'r,
    fe,,isoin aroin l li t 1v1- fit ( tit, i0n0h, il
    hotel,.
    Shnrader waife remnovw'd to t,|lls '4ty
    hospital, whorb lie wasi jolineid bty Mr'
    utiftal'r and lir Il[arrlit Khotly, oIty
    corointir, whoit lie' haild lri)w*ii ii, oiff
    ca! lTt fir ltl-' ,' 'il .y( Jtl.t'. nlit bh
    fore -if'rik plet( l snmidr si tnteat ttit
    le beforlt lce 1i0,1e .sylli ig lt lI,.f, i 'slhrader, rfalititg thail
    dealth wai io.nir, lim'im ans ato 10ioretil
    Ktapit'ment to Mr. KHolly, s atting thatl
    'Ibetl w 4l 14.lier.ills i4i4dler gretIh lw I t'
    l p hnltt doltpr l il wllW.hn l hti ,nl]of. \Wlhien
    th0, stii nm f: 11l4 h tid ll 10inifAhMil 1hra.
    dor lt4lJ )OiN frlnil 01good by, saying;
    "(i440 miy h1',. to all; i sli lnolt
    a of4li l 's d i4 4 J


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    4 u '4444 ot the- te.rr, ery -
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    0tlIIIru' 4, li4t l 0, .iillo4 .ii vw y Or ls m iii y writlolsIt oii td lDr. tir 'tilttlilti, 9 hiv0ig I ;
    i4l~ 4l4i4e4. H itilotll il.l' t\ i) llCOii 0r tO fill tyit 4llint yo ('Ctl4i 4t1l, h wt l '.
    lo4y it'ii would o. WilcI ak t i tm ir., Ud )t t ) lss iM 1 ,o ti vo o .0yo.. hi0 44Vlu4 bh l4
    I'Hsli'll)A y Orfirl .lo'lit 6 fors.o, laititil. wl wy' )i t rtt t I 4'
    1ha .i ln(irl'rn | of r 1O w 4.1 v uflif P ,rullit, hiy AU lJrpism Dr. 11'alnaait ti ; qdflr QOt "
    14l.i )I 1it fow 1d44loo I i-',V r44'! rii)stti Vi, T'I IliPIIIillt Siimti AtotfK F ail V thh l t Irll4it I"
    e ''l y, \e 0Vu IUi t I'or. 1i.. 4,1 4 lr; o1('hio., '...:.


    SCO!;pS en WAS.4iEO ASHORE, FATAL FrinEAT HOMZ'TFAD.
    Dlhk.rr;l rl',. t Hly y u)'ipected, e4' "'f ilt..lly, ir I'Ift I"' d,.
    i l4 ,4 4 .. :r .'4 1 4 : l 1 Ii+t ht tu isly ih' ,1 *rhi':.'. Ic v ., 4t.h t I".tir .C ,

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    .on lht (,-,!i 1 64.I'q.11. t o 0 It t It 1 1. Ir t ian1 011 was
    i iiy h tl ti'n tro i in (he! li tI'UV i Io"'sA'il,' it t w4 W ll d44,.
    tir'hncri L 1 o,ll r it of l' l t pr 'l i eitt r T l'w l, utisl Is In m lth e'cilimntiry .' INt
    4vro 4 i 11 40 nd tr i 4 tv to"n 4a.1 i (ud(it by 4'tr li.s1ws' 1(.w It11. 0 l t( I rt .l (
    l ih t4''5 ni' i or 4 di 4 411 4 t4 oh4 t 'il'ht! .t ; It TIM els o Ii
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    :W! M O ow ti)i I II# |hi inf i uh noll'. ieh-t"lJy4A Vmn oh ,"it) ..ett.
    lhis'sry filviwio'e NI .I hat ti, W S ,trs'ick s Meeoti..j' *topkh tarse :. ',
    44 ht44 i4(e9 nt 4|I ti ei'. (wlvi n lig 44 lle iii'ic i I l t i 'oxnlh ,," i 4'4l. ,, ,A lsu thiR0
    lfha'ttllt, ht 4 II i l lohceked iihtoi t.h wstl.e of t l )1l 1 ls10tsloh sl'.f thoue i sv8ll
    '5iW41o.'in4 o'b i. s ; I.(lol)lutl i' a iit l.l t.tllwty was W t.
    -ills oi .i,, whin I.t hrire from ,Flost(il a.'y aIh'fot.l ti e.t ornw ,.ie here April
    ll i i i> it n tls'. i tt *i r IIitd ', f n' I >tsic 'l,'tI., it l i0.,r '
    4q4 w Wlc 10 h w orf1, i, wh l and h to lt)4 il'l 4' 4 Oli 4 4 ilsi .t uilt "rth 4oi.
    w1.t i j ), i' f i; ,l I''II .. ,o t44 'it l. i|(i, riso L vis'| aU4 '04n11ii t' l i4'jo 'I0 .e 'roh. i
    4 T15 :i(4,.4S ittS ii^ r.4 ,' tlsi|i 4 4 44ii ,1! 't)c y trl.ss t.. 'c' lle tiin -l a4 i ehllc 'f: ir a lit it
    I5) 444 44. ,tj, Iji ,O'.'s ''4'.,1% li'',I IJ r((;; 4414 Is',. oitj.l y ts id, b1lnB tsttltt h14 twa fe
    t fls'i i r ,1 11Y im.lh.c 14y u ithnd Jn tnt ii2Ol 70 milf
    rfc fitmofilaitOus ar4 +shsipl u to 1 4 1Mta s Cofmlp'Ift ot t oui fe A'd
    rot !' Villa line tro CtcticnatI thr Itlk
    *. ..... Atlanta over s e' Athi't X" i
    MANY DAMAOR iU ITS, it NoNthlOr rtit "',:
    0Re4l0gtnd as sPreol at
    They' Aggr1ogate On Mi lion D .tdts.. 14 MIit:, 'e IIW'lfif t
    Result' of Mi4ing Tr nult,. it hteit ts'slI#.ogr ratis'j'."frO NL' i


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    i :t 5 li l t' t. J q' . "

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    l t iSm ;,4 ton *t14,000 4aiage tIa -ef 4ittev an0*)
    t# 4a5 sla ms AI hase 1
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    uhpn ofl;*)rI a hter einA i '60,
    Roaed. Util 4PI0tport too qnr
    Sh q SAS Are False**
    lonb ll-Further investita rely upo i fto orcolds, coughEs,
    onfirms thoe mnounctement by Tb iCh!il, 0?Opua ptl0o).
    souclated Preas yete'day to the ,. l ) yo W t
    tat eiht VBassy here that Mr h11 In
    ck hasl hot Abelen Vleae.d Al a ris Aer
    'her Qxact wrhereaboul.ts hasl t ine
    p id it i c t l sheten i t) stie l A, At -',C
    t lds tfurle ea rd in Loh-' A0i
    stfI'4a^y~frrI the another o!L"Mt.
    tiut, W oneB DPe'uoqces, lated. no h
    her r0 0e,":lene .l France; .an
    Id she had jut returned to lo
    after visiting her du44hter at taZ n n me
    ry, England, .
    rea Wa0d she, tlaw now pon" MR. ROGERS WANTS TO KNOW.
    0 her daughtidi.'s reortlease u.n- /
    of Jly falo Gentteman From Oklahoma aS'krl.
    lptlrar fre liNohitely falso oI ma n r r di O ao Ses vi
    h -the lett ''as written to Qr on R Gnv
    ftita ..e friend, no mention was As another example th< t the lble
    y thei baronesss of any removal Oonflfritnewill* in 0 the end 110aa'lub
    40'0ugt er from Aylesbury., a elmpllles a deal of permanent.
    ty-'hgoo' for Ginesi)h6 and thit s eation,
    l0*, Al., eb. 2,-Mri. 0l0l we roprodu e.i Acopy o one llof th .
    t of thiotp ity, unt of Mr.; mi lettbefs whloi have been rsolivi
    bi'(sk, iys5 thlt sihe.' is -It by the! seeetiry 'of the Coft0 r ie.
    .id4 to believe the report from .very mail brings several Itte
    jr hat Mrs. Maybrfihk h14 inquiry. ThIs letter Is roB1 W 1
    401d O bpel IenVenso "She says Rtger Oklahoma ,Territoryi and,
    ithav been Brvoolysed b the while Mr. Rogers appears sonmrwh
    iSl Vptj Rqlue, Mrs. Mrybrl i ,'s inquisitive Whel (g all .h. more
    r, it the latter had. 4 oan )lber- inquitsitive t .'terhoalth ore
    nt .resiintgbeeau.s he is antnolpati"r
    Standard says she was atims. alilg hblse utur.e tlome In or ne
    t4 he ironteM l'vsral weeks aso Gainesvilhle and he *ol deorous ih d4.
    ie. aybic would toleaed 'Vance of knowing Wyhat kind of a ou
    ^ 'try hke Isooming to., The letter i fkas
    ORDtERa D TO SAIL. "I have seen your notice of' Bible
    '.Conl'rence at Gainenv.iljle atnde write
    8erm's European Squadron Mo* to ask y.u imore Aboit the county, tI
    ocelved Instruditloa5 hqve boen thikiLtig of oomuing south,
    lingto, 1h. 2.-The lropeanl and when I read .o16' ia9count I want-'
    irla, th 'B1s y aed to know more about. vour section ofr
    ait 1th1 Mahiab on her y to ,Florida. Will ywou please "wr aB
    aiB, iO.- tlWe collar Alexandor few qtetons ohave them answorod
    XaIaljrtlt, havo betn otrodd tu by. reliable party.
    r Ciltorl to it i the om What are the produotion&L of your
    Orml mn Ahllt'r amt to onfile, 00tin,( .
    iiutAod In offlelti cIrohas that 'How mnuch;corn cau you raise to
    ith'dr-wcl oif tho fl'i't f-rom Turik the acre? 'rt


    s: t ll w te'. '1 h'Ilt tnpiorarily, and -at
    t i c.}th lin t iu .f 1t to iitimuoivers It
    ', Il rell i rtin .t rolingly r1'lnforici d andi be
    prpiapored i14 n6i itloro vigorolis
    l de. on.Iotit l "" .

    ON iON. f N STOCK EXOHANGe

    Rstrtted Buiinnessa Except In Amerik
    :.'. '* .. an 8ecurlties,.
    A'.,itltdbM n, 10ult.; ;!; f-( ty a.o i, l.he,
    s.Jtano" etchatog!, ln l wetltk' wis vor
    .r(etrteteile '.xcciIng I l Am r..c i n.
    rH(1 t it.!l -io 'i '! t l gailln, the. oioud
    .tlbor eat bei gt fn n eqptially lIrtlte
    cllef, 'flr:aian il.optertoers colillnim d to
    jti :e 'ti l ge ptart ti of, t.i opirtlatonis.
    PrimeOi drtilg t l'a,11 l iirt 'of tlhe weo i
    w r.e piititly ntwartl. 1'ilioy w ro, how ,
    tih i^ ril e v hi niln ..the. intaell ofl'o : 1WtItll 'Irect f
    and ripor(t frorm th, far thit, TIho
    forllt. market department under anl
    pi'rlalnalionis of wb 'siM, native nti.d
    eprei:ssd. ,and other'sections doo 'not.
    ;'.1 for spielal astitlement as this'
    'sti',ibusinea's was concerned main
    ly with" tlle-rifrtlihtly settltment,
    The Most Fatal' Dlisease.
    KIduoy codlait ktl Inor .eeoplo>e
    bk fili-et dbease: ...hh i:.t -due-
    tithe iOlt tht i' l no .hitlsdi6ut.it
    -tl o a o' holid lnth 1111 8#tvln lifore
    It i rtiged.' Fo'l'~oy'aKidney iCure-
    wt pr4 ii"t fetal ;.t' 'ttvopmillets .if
    iattalli "I was. triublhed ,'Witi.
    Bin for abloit lwoy'ae ,"y
    'ttIw o.ott o:'fi'oh)" Ikidnety
    OVe effilod a speedy a uIre ol1 by.

    iTwo wv~ il'., Recaor,* '.
    ,,4* ste.. x ,{tY., $ l t Flis :-"I.-..est l
    sr l of attta,. t \ eri1 15,,
    ,it r., l t ,t o,:

    fit 1 att d A.l'. di hi;* :**a


    "Have you any otitlide range for
    took? -
    "Do hiogp do well. I have five blood-
    ed cows. Would they do well if I
    should bring them?
    . "(ivel inte thelaverag( price. of good
    cOWs, horges'o ad mutileii?
    "What are improved lands, worth?
    Also give 11me prices of unitiproved
    land near your ofty--say within .tenI
    mileh. Aro the lands hard to oulti-
    vats
    "I want to knew about the health of
    the county. Are you troubled.with
    mnch chills itald fever? '
    "'Are the inoqliitoes hbad?
    S-Are thle ummnirs very hot?
    : Ar ynur road good?
    "We are religoious people' and would
    llke to linow abottt the school of. your
    ity. Respectfully yours,

    Prisoner .,urnted ,to Death.
    Madlslonvilis. K y../* ib. i 3 Nir
    wa .tooqlivt hl-ere today of t.he bu* w.
    ing of the prison at Diwaona Springs,
    ftii county, and that a maira- nhaiod
    'Ifbort. who wu t conined in 'a minor
    harget. w..a burned .'to death... The
    are- ortinIted ftroa. tore h
    prlaon0


    m mt
    Are inmpur matters which the'* ain,
    liver, kidtloys and. other organs oi
    niot tlake:riO: of t8ho4t1 help,iI'l th le
    Ssuch ia(i sm hulati .iO o t) m.
    .Tleo l.Iter the whole syatemi
    uii 4' b s, i a ot e


    Sinealevsillf, ia on a Viit' t friends
    Dr,. S. T). Smotke of Fort Ogdeu paid
    liiiroIthe i .p-law, W, D. Fuitcli, a vfeslt
    this week. '
    Miss :l ora Whilden left 'for St '4u-
    gutti 'atuMArday,i were she will visili
    friends for two or- three months),
    Mrs. W. 13. itivere 'wa's ',alled to
    Spring .HRt! by- ihe serious 'iiness of
    her father,, '. .. .
    Dr. Corthel'l, a hoted oeulist, Was
    eex ii e in our town Friday alid
    a dturday., ,: .
    The weather has beqn very bad here
    for. the past twweeks Rain falls al-
    most ,veryday
    The twlenttieh OentUtry Oib tmet
    wIth Mrs. I. Ware Friday. The club
    was well etiertalied with 4ri reading
    Sby Mr. Gray., which was given ln her
    usnal eharmiing way, and inmasi by
    e bb
    'IT pble'4 school here experts to
    givee elite aiftlefli f, : on the Ith
    aind 12th ofkbruary, for the p-ar-6
    ps oif ralistegl money to exten4 'the-
    school term, to eight Mon thes A gooq
    p roiat will begiven a'nd4' it is hoped d
    that e veryonie will patirole Au
    L~trnedQuinlan paldly his pa"est a.
    visit Saturday and Sionday.
    Se uieide Prevented.
    The startling AlnnounoeolnOt 'thaa
    preventive o suiotide has been diecov*
    ered 'will interest manyl; A run down
    eysteinm, or 'desponidency invariably
    precede sultide ald 'something has
    been found that tWill prevent that con-
    dition 6 which mniake sliclde likely. At
    thli firt thought of self destruction
    take Eoletric Bitters. It being a great.
    toni ic aid nervine Wll 'strengthen lthe
    n movd* aId build up the. system, : 'it.'s
    tlsoa great stomach, liver and kidney
    Sregfulaitor. Only 500. atisfactlon
    guaranteed by tll druggists.
    Captain Lynch's Candidacy.
    Attention is called t' the announce-t
    lient of Gebrge .11 Lynch, candidate
    for couiity 5iip'rin.tendent of public (i-.


    struitioni, whllh appears alsevwhere in
    thisar ie, i .s i .
    Since Captain Lynch hts introduced
    himself as a candidate for this puos-
    tioll, it might be well to learn soite-.
    thing of thisl young man,
    Captain Lynich was born in8 t. Louis,
    Moi At the age of twelve years hlie
    ca0ie withhiis parents to Florida,' H1
    graduated at the age of nineteen years
    and entered thile oitfeMsion of teach-
    7ng, and has boei engaged in this pro*,
    fession s!nce 1891, starting in a small
    country school. His success A. i
    teaeber Is best' nieOiAU., by .the fact
    that he hitas be'n promoted from year
    to ye"r, and has naturally been paid 'a
    higherr alatry. Hie has taught in every
    brmanth of the public schlil system,
    friiom tl primary grade to 'The county
    hig school. Hayving, served his time
    in thile public s0ool, 'he was elected
    prfoessor of history. In. East Florida
    $enilnary in 1897? 'niid was promoted
    to 'the.hair of aiaith'emBtiea Qo",e1 year
    later, nid at th tnd 0of ieven yanrtlihe
    is eonducting the lss otifma tletliics,
    iand law '.6 lass l .AmerlOan iovern.'
    imnt, For 'the lr7t five ye 1s lie has.
    codcltited'a the classes in tnmthlttaiti!

    spring i i, held .(inderit: the au. l:
    Weote of ,at Flori da Sminsry.

    anltly ltinord blo the 8tiiatei Tach.
    eras' Anosteato1 having been.u invited:
    to d... that bo4. different o ca.
    lna. fHe dNeliveih the addreoss Ot
    aeIIamte .at t.th lssoltltion ats 'lake
    Q0ty, was l:-:, u lai0t0tlly hotles.h :for
    pre.'sidett,'it nli th a iiImairk5 biim as


    Ce A 1N SA.V)

    R MEAT


    *Fo -he tnfomation of those who de-
    6m to have thlI hog 'meat curedd in
    out* cold str*geg we Teolumelid the

    Vd0a. e't tip andtifatpertl tdhate.leSavio
    Olan l bpne as 0s ;tit, and blade 0lnes on
    hd sp U finin the u'al jinnie sing not
    1%oX shan 10-0p rnd'teil 1ount brown r-.oi
    3 ouieih saltpeter anait nioe red papiier to
    eacT 0N pooud.0 of aiea. It should reach tie
    qold ,dtOraee not 1tdtt thai three days matter so
    pi? ytra O. vI a i tl ls eeed after
    'reitphlt us', we Wl'lW supplyy IV 'lea*niold 1
    Kett. After tlandK (foni col d torage wushhin
    varm wtr andi dry,. then wrap) or sew up
    'olosnly ilna~lslirsoas to prevent attacks from
    Aiepayor oreihratsi: hban up ainil smoke at
    lntrvas for three weePks. It willtuli e soke
    perfectly t ehrouh the' inustll. Greu, htitpIorY
    Wol inne o-the abet lnodke. oent dry, take
    down .d patilt In boxes, a layer of oat strw,
    thenor e of n eaut. etc.. and yo will h ve t ao
    ltne i ut uasoatn be produced. until roialowngi
    I ttrties having railroad facilities may
    with perfect safety ship by freight and
    have it rotiiurned same way. Marki
    iOx or barreldd aln its bill of ltding.
    Prepay freigiht at shipping point. Our
    bhatrge forptFol-age8isnne4ent per pound
    (or oneo.noith. We also wish to buy
    hoes dressed. We' solicit patronage in
    perfect confidence to give entire atiis-
    faction and feel that our enterprise is
    of the greatest benefit to the farmer.'
    Y murs for hoin-made nieat,
    )IAMONiD ICE COMPANY,
    I; 1h Livingston, Mgr., g lainesvllle Flai


    NOTICr FORI MR UUiOATION.
    'Ltnd Olftoe at GalnesvlIle, Fla.,
    S January 11. i,4.
    Notice is hereby :trlvn that the toIlowln6-
    natoed settler' bit lled notlee of his Intention
    M ntike lnlfti proof in support of
    h is nli and .thattl1d proof l W e nate be
    for0 e0iter pa loervieratQlnesVtlY e Fla.;,
    ,on, toruitry !,; 8!M,.l lzt: : ,- 1
    o bWrfi x AJ~ t1 of Yular, Fla
    Nd, D84; for tOei NW X of See 38 TpO. 9 S..
    10 names the folwling witnesses 'to prove
    bio otinuous reslAetoqe ,pon and cultivation
    of said Jand,Ylz: M;,x '. I... x I ; '.
    O Jones., R. 8lile, 1 E'. Bucker. J, F.
    'Mdeflallof VulnaroFli.t, .!. ;0. O
    oi W. 0. lBOu, I SON, I3elgter'

    E.. NT.TOOHATER:.
    Not6Oe I,0sere y given that on the seventh
    diy. of' Februar A, D. 10,, the Keolly-Mc-
    Donald Luoir conny w( ipply to Adl Ex-
    'oelleniy', Honorable ll J.09ontrc, Oov.
    ernor b, the Stse o( florldi.:tor Letters
    Pitent for the ,%a ie i-i|O-lt'i OCharter so
    thit thie Solth pr Parraiahs1st, ItIl b6th
    and 7th. Will rend as4uroposed below.
    TDU1 Kit48LY-YWuDdt1AU) tiUlmdllti COMPANY.
    S Per J. PA iti1tO, President,
    Attest: J B.MoD Ai, Serertary.
    THFe A.MENDMeNT'S PROPOSK1.
    Ist-TWhe cororate namne Of this ?orporatlon
    shall be The 'lfBtinola Lurhmber Comptiny.I -
    lated and having ts prInolpal office a~id place
    of boslneas on Newnan' Lake,'near Prairle
    Oreek, In tie County of Alichlue1, In the State
    of FlorId, '
    Ilrd-Pihe oapltal stolk of this cooration
    silabe Flfty."h'bousaitnd Dolait ($ltW,.00.O) d-
    vtided Into ve"hiundred 'share of t he par value
    of lit.00AM)eoh: *04,000.00 of whioh have been
    Issued and paid for, .and the balance of tald
    stoolt shall be ssiied 9is the Board oa Dlreoturs
    shfll.authorlze, i ,
    .B5th -The biuine.s ifth corportitlo I to lie
    conducted by a 1 resident, Treasurer and Sec-
    rettiiry .iul ua Ioard'of. DIreotiPorloo.riIstlig of
    threee. Thei: loitrd of DireotOrs iflall
    lie elected by tho Aitookliolders. All other of.
    Ilces lthall be appointed by thi Doaln.ofD l)lreo-
    tors, thie ofesor fIsecretariy iad Treusurer
    mnay he held by oneo and the saine person.
    7't h'-Thie highest amount of lndebteilnass or
    liablllty to whili this ' tlne sulibjot Itself, Is Forty Thousand Dollars
    lt1l,0i00,00)).
    NOTICE O1 APltLl'ICATION l0OR 'TAX
    DIF.I. UNDER SEoThIN H O ( CHAPTKIA
    4., .LAWS OP FLROIIMA.
    Notloe Is hereby given that J. L. Town.
    send, purchiaser of. T1x Certllleate ,No.
    ),14. dnted tile Th diay of Juily. A, P.. 1l1l3.
    has iiled said"oertltioate itn miny. Otlo, and has
    miode topplloation for tax deed to tlisue In no-
    cordanen with law. Said certiflpate embraces
    the following desorlbed property, situated in
    4latihu ounty. Florida, towl: s"
    ' S dot.N~w!,. Se.. o,. Tip. .10 R. 2,.
    The sat lland belnt awsesi-ed it the dkte of
    the issuaine of such certltltee in tthe name
    of J D. Robinson. ..
    Uale i thild oertilloitoe hall bo redeemed
    iSlcordin,,to law, tax deed will Jssuw thereon
    on thefldtAiy of Febrmary, A. 1). 1904.
    Wltness,my ofldltsl naturee and seal this
    the .A1 dy of Januaiiry, A. D. 101..N
    it. C. PINTON,
    (erk CIreult0Couirt Aaihu aCo., F',.
    d rS. H. Wlenoges. l c.
    orTI9ri FOR PIBUcATION.
    Land' omicen St.lainesvUle.. Fla,
    Nq Lco heieby t tlen that the rollowingl
    nilit settler la filed, notice of her futietlbn
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    i ppo Tel in short Pararoaphs
    iihat 'H ,Who Runs May Read.

    L.eadtays2 i Sun:
    rgi0 lysals of Windsor was shop.
    4 h lyyidy yesterday.,, ...
    ~ P esi.ter of EvInton, was
    lis in the cqit yesterday,
    W iVhof; M ipniopy was a visitor
    iesnillo onL business ye'iter.

    At aybard of Alalhua w'as
    S the l6sitor to th il oity yster.'

    ,m Smith of Trentoin was in thei
    S yesterday. and made The Sun itt
    jg0able call.
    i|roe. Venable, the mill man of
    Iiapaha, was among the visitors to
    ts tyyestrday, ."
    T. M. Venable and Jolhn 0. ovilloe
    t Arredondko were amuuong th visitors
    ithlls ity yesterday...
    'W.', illiott, agt of .;the AtlantIc
    lt Line at Rotoohelle, was amoig the
    i''stio thlisoity yesterday.
    ,- .Al-lison. of Mlla1noi,yazl E. F."
    itlf central were. among the
    1 :1 o bthis iolty yesterday. ,
    B 0lLonafrd, the druggist of Highf
    SWa sWaamong those who paid
    S ble a vilst yesterday.
    0ruse of Hine was in th
    40day. 0 ocalledi atThe Sun

    .otiw T er of.1tophell et oU
    ompiteCt 'o10ia li inthe
    a.. visitor to i ity- yes

    'laek of iiagxle, a member f
    of Padgett and Blalc, naval
    !a visitor to this city ynkster-

    'ber1 a thriving -Inrehlan~t.
    a tita of Mioauopy, was


    iti Adnas a oharminin
    1 4sy Of 0e 4ftilea visit yes.

    Svle' K eieastir, two litvni.-
    dtt iof R eill, we. motiagm%
    akt the otty opitl a


    One ral makes. Y0ou : perm4net
    hfIppsr,, Try 4i. Wri., te to JoiKsp. A

    nd Comm ilo mi roh9ats, 80 8. BroadL

    Aongthe prominent. visitors to
    GajueovIlle festerday was 'on. JaRUM
    pr Wili ,f Williston. ,ol lis,
    was Itt bli ht *5erlon ai4tbeorof
    the Logll Jture ,from 4Levy ountyi'
    '4ad proved himself a worthy reze,
    tentative.

    coevor forE.he took of (. Newrberry
    'was i ni g gthei visitors to this 6it1 y1 e
    terday. Mr. Owens is welli.A6wlin '
    this cIty, and his'f taiy friends who
    were ilaid to ee hi.t it even for a,'
    ..lishorOt time.
    Col. and Mrs. J. B,D slI after a,
    pleasant visit of 1 'usi ple ofdys in tist
    Ito, turnedd'etieday to tl6h1o
    olk 1Hagu4B h.we sy eor,-t o vrirn 'to
    alnesvillo in a day or t'o, h* e ever,t
    and will attend tle lBile onerene
    for the remaindor the term.
    .rofi R. A. T" m iiis, ?ho has. been
    visiting his parents, MrI. and Mi 0.C
    A, .. Thomnas, le 08 .6yeserd y for:t
    ;Waldf, where he will pend a few days
    visiting friends before returning to
    Iartowtoo resume his studies in the
    South Floridac Miltary Colloege.
    James Skinner of Archer, the lead.
    ing wheelwright of that sectioi, was,
    amoi)g the visitors lto this city yesterr.
    day,' Mr. kinderr is one of the old-
    eat and most widely known black.
    mitiths a d wagon imanuf iturer in
    th county,and has enioyed& wide
    rputation.,
    K. -J. Futoh of High Sprini was in
    the city yesterday, Mr. .Futch recent
    ly disposed of hi. interest in the biusi-
    ons, of Futch Biroa. to William Futoh,
    alid h~s now eonged in businesii for
    thel.f 1 is a ;,iprogre0 siv young,
    i*anaxid will io doubt prosper in his
    ne ,ventule.. ::.,
    ,sptaitn A, Pul, spescti agent of the
    Utited SitsislAnud oflloeh(hi returned
    fmr.n ai oflUital viuit to West ,Florida
    xpin., Vai i s:.ta(OlPth t ..hea 1futd,
    miAny^ trespisetrs..upon gOWrnIO t
    laida in IWsst 'lorida, t ori. rua.
    ly ed 6eting tlhtm to the ftct that thpl
    must keep oft (tovern:ent inds .
    A11dwarl k0,ftorierlyt of AlbionCi ut
    now ,valued: 'employ of thI OautpO
    Phephte COoapanysQth beaduarte s
    in OoQ t, wa5 asp#onn those who visited
    "atnoaviieyooterdiay Mr. l Drake was
    icoinnted h.i t 4 .'th Albion b heinial
    and cpgrt Pt0144y Otte capacIty
    of bookkeeper for several month .
    Amplig the arivals in htliii olty yels.
    telrda wa n, Thiad Iirynt o.:f. Y'.u*
    anluor tihep4eN e of lteNiiallt.in h


    meeting cil


    ad' to r4:g6 ded as on~


    Ias a tiltr to this ait


    Whits


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    S'oIng Ith fitor t:th:

    Vrs pir 141s or8Os'yril" Was.aong those
    who paine t this city on a brief visit
    to friends yesterday. ,
    JustWip J, A. J. Strickland of Hague
    was in the oity yesterday and niiade The

    .e Fe F lefl t yeI w4pat to pnahese a
    good baggy or wagoi,. Prices are tl-
    wys right-eo is the vehlolo.
    060o. l.i and, Joe F. DeSIta, promi.
    no ir people )'f Waldo, are in .th, city
    i attend1n.e 0o0n the Bible' Confer-

    'v. Vughtn of High Springs and
    J. Io. heser of LaOrosse, woer aPmong
    the visitor to the county capital yes-
    terday. ." '. .. : '
    John Pond of Hague, one of the pro-
    gressiv ~ermes of that section, "Was
    transtating business in thi city yes.
    irday.
    3. A. Chomblin of Archer, one of tihe
    eyer salesmen Inthe, employ of (
    ttkih was a Visltor to Gaines.

    44r. And r ,:Om.0n. ;oneptsLexiLW
    Aton ^0r aimonb the visitors to hils ity
    yesterday, and iere pleasant dailers at
    The Sun ofioe,
    IV. 3J Wiats of Fairbanks, oone of the
    oldest and mTost ,widely known resT.
    dents of the county, wasr trading in
    thoe lty yesterday,
    Frank Silth of Fairbak :.was tranBs
    acting business in this city yesterday.
    fe iassectlon foreman of th Farbank
    motionn, Seaboard Air' Line
    Dr. W. 0. Donaldson of 'Newberry
    was in .1the ity. yesterday;:, 'He alled'
    at The Sun IOefte and had his nam .
    on roiled oii the sObscriptitn list.
    F. R. Smith of Hawthorn, one of
    The .Sun's valued suibsribers and a
    good o"itizn, wasan the caty yesterday,
    and amniiig other business renewed his
    antbrptiton. .
    Just received, a carload of choloe.
    Westetn hay will liell for (1 per huln
    dred pounds. Alio a large ainont of
    corn, oats, bran and cottonseed meal.
    O'Donald & Saunders. ddwl
    A, U. Hilleary, who snow conduct.
    tlg a flishory at Wannee, on ,the Su-
    wanneo river, was in the city yester-
    day. He was en route to his home at
    Micamnpy, where he will spnid a day
    or two. .
    The friends of Phillip' Warren will
    regret to learti that he ia luftering
    ffonm pneumolnqa at the 'home of his
    mother, Mrs. 0, B. ohinson, North
    Galnsaville, but trust that ihe will soo4

    *Ho. EC. L,. Johion iof Hawthorn,
    an eo(btiie nt memoir of the 0Board of
    County Commissiiners from the Haw-
    thortt dhitrit,* ws aiong thie visitors
    to OiGtesveielei +e i.y having come
    to attend 'the regular mWonthil meeting
    of th bord. '
    0. .6, Walton, a prorestitve planter
    of the Waohoota setion, was amonRg
    those who Oame to itiheovill, L trading
    yjestoealy. 'Among hiLpurchtasts was
    a handslome wagonli while h he seeured
    from l0, drlaok. lt i:,' etnm" in
    all the .o*rd i tples .' ,
    F. ': M.. lRiamy o:f e:' whoota '
    was trtdig in W e city yesterday. o
    reports thfe illess of his bVother .Hoan
    P. *Ram y wimoh prevented hin
    from attendingul tm mittiig of th
    Board of Otztty Qomtnissioners, of
    which he il a e.,ber.
    .... P. .i enelt^a A&'o,: was smn the vis.itirs to
    Gaine I.ille yessalt ih. Mr. 1Iende4*
    ton has one ote atUrwS aitd sacet


    thit d4rectioni ae highly i appreciate,
    ReV. D .4, Stephenitoa, who is' ,now;
    ond6uuting religious herviee at Treni
    toLn, is anxious to arrange a4 open de-.
    bate upon the. qu4titon as to which is
    thd Sabbath, the, hlaist or first day of the
    wee .iHe pn tends .thal Saturday '.i
    the abbiith, aeording. to the Bible,
    ad will take the aiffrmative side of
    the question against any minister in
    the country.
    1^Dm Thuradc'J DOai ,5tun:
    ingoinsn's. Wmoidrful salve for
    sale byJ. W.Meob1uim& Co.
    SA. J. Palmer of High Springs waa
    among the visitors to thli city "yester.
    d a y ,'. .- ... .
    captain J. 8. Feal of MoIntosh was
    among the visitors to GainesVille yes.
    terday. "':' ''':
    .R. F. Lowis of Wade was in the city
    yesterday and ftade The Sun an agree-
    able call,.;
    8, T. i'rby, a plaiter of the. LI
    Orosse neighborhood, was trading int
    7this y j i..
    frs1li G.Jeftfrs of High 'Springs is
    a t-the qity on a visit'.t her daughter,.
    M rsr A.., :;', ,. aste ia.
    M. I. Moore, the laval stores man.
    of .ROhelle, was trasailting busineBss
    it this otty yesterday.:,
    Mr and Mrs. 4. W. Satevehs of' High
    Springs were among tose who paid
    Gainesville a visit yesterday.
    Mrs. BSeigler, an estimable lady of
    Melrose, is in the city on: a brief, visit
    toMir daughter, Mrs, J. H. Alderman.
    Edward Nabloe, aft old and highly
    respected .it2en of Melrose, was
    amopg the visitors to this o ity yeste r-
    day.
    The Sun has "the latest thing" in
    the way of ladies visitiog card's. One
    hunred for .1; twenty-five for 50
    en.s .., .
    P'.Dr, 3 Loud of Alachua;a proitn-
    neint cetitzn of that lively town, was
    among the visltots to Gainesvillfe yes.
    terday. "
    R. G. Bass of High Springs paswd
    through the city yesterday en route to
    Evifistoni, where he goes on a brief visit
    to hil mother,
    F,. D. Irwin of Fairbanks,,one of the
    moving spirits of that town, was among
    those who came to Gainesvillo on bus-l
    nes yesterday.'
    Mrs.J, .W. Beville' and children of
    Rutledge-were among the yiaitors to
    Gainesville yesterday, Mrs. .Beville
    having come on a shopping tour.'
    On account of the serious illness of
    Phillip Warren the sofiabl, which was
    to have been. held at the reildenoe of
    Mrs. 0, 0. Bailey friday night, Feb.
    kth, has bien indefinitely potponed.'
    J. M. Wolteden l'of .Sampson' City,
    member of the 'fri ofW Wol6enden &
    O., 'tnanifaettliersi of lumber and'
    vegetable or*tts, wi registered at the
    rlows loi yesterdaydah.
    W. F. Hias, a progrsilvee farmers of
    Larosse, was in the city yesterday,
    having brought two6beeves to market..
    Th 6meit was of the' highht order r,
    a d ass readily dispo tf at a fair
    pri e.
    'ach.ry Taylor of A rredodo, one of
    the leading pfitsns of his sootion, was
    transaatilng bsin's. nA this city yes-
    teray, Mr. Taylor has been a real.
    deot k' the Airedon4o neighborhood
    for may years.
    OCadt Arnold (atova of Palatkas
    weat :esweady to his home. Oadet
    Oasies has beae soa initfor several'


    ways gladiitos ee hiim :.
    Frieds'of Phillip Warren
    pa&ied to learn of the ;ari'Oi,

    0notheriMrs. o0 B. 3ohne(M,
    Gainesville. Mr, warren t sfi
    'rom puepmorAia, and/ his cond.it.Ol
    considered of iueh a nature thlt 74
    terday Dr. Sutherland was amnmesle
    It is hoped that the condition f-t3h
    patient will soon' improve, tad that h
    will be 'entirely recovered 'in a f

    His Honor Judge Mason has oiperl-
    enced a very poor season in his ofile
    for the past two days. The only busil
    ness' transacted oq any imiportanco
    were the issuing of marriage licenses to
    the following, all colored: G. 3. 'ohi
    son Amd Ella Dunmore, JonesB 3a.n '
    and Julia Edwasda. Ella sayys she *s
    never "Dun-more" .in her life 1hp
    when she married the man. of he
    choice, and she feels confident hat
    slhe has made no mistake. .
    ; The yodng ladies of East Flori4
    Seminary entered ay competitive ill^
    fori the handeoime old miedal *<-to e
    by the superintendent Tuesbday after
    bo :' Fifty young. ladies entrer4 tl
    pOntest, and after spirited 'sontejt
    the medal'Was awarded. to Miss Mai
    Pound, this young lady having prove4
    the most eliolent. Mise Pound wotii
    the prize only by her competency, aid
    the is receiving the congratulations of
    her numerous classmates and friends,
    Among the visitors to this fity is
    Rev .L, W. Moore, formerly editor of
    Tho Florida Ohristian Advocate, b bt
    now pastor f the First Methodist
    Ohurch of Ocal Dr. Moore resided
    in this city for l.ome time in the ca'
    pheity of. editor~ of Florida!s leading
    Methodist jourjial. He has in man
    friends here', alF whom are glad&
    welopn'e h ii aigaii. HiO is well pleates
    wifth ',Ocala, howr, .
    Methodist congregate on i 'er
    everywhere else, s as ge neroutis
    as frioendlyas eould be desire d.:: :'
    PUBLIC INFORMATION, '.,
    Rules Governing Portage for Mail in
    tended for Carrier Delivery.
    Inasmuch as the system of free inai
    delivery by carrier has just been in
    augurated in Gainesville, and ..greis
    many readers of The Suin are not0f"
    miliar with the rules governing poat
    fige formal intended for delivery b
    carrier, Postmaster Arnow has fu:'
    nilhed the following information r:
    garding same:
    The public li hereby advised that a
    drop letters must bear a two cet
    stamp to insure delivery. r .**'..l
    Weekly nwS'papers, for ity el
    ery, when depos0 ted by publithiz'
    itews dealers, are mallableat the p((t

    NeWspape.rs other than ,weekiiel,
    quires a one oeut stamp on each '
    g, regardless of weight: to : iain
    * elby n .. :. d:el i'v'er'y. '
    Person nI t reeevinull ther
    through, the .'Jeter carrier aus t
    il.h the carrirs withi heir tb
    ttmber arid streetyor leavt the
    at the poltotfloe.
    -Subscribiers to the 8emi.We41ij$
    who receive their mail at ihe
    r4l) poetidiese will be req.irsd
    ,his postage etr.a-1one ce '
    -if they desire the paper ldsit

    tiae. direct to thispaper.
    'TI CH4Rt8tlAN choarhe. at

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