The Gainesville sun


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


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

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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Full Text

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Jan., 30;.-The
wi~ ect a mOnu
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V W;Villiam 'Mce
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before he entort
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Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday


e. third disatos lt l wthn'e ; ,, .u f,. gran garding the ,,tituatio, oi trasil t ,,
,to ,em. red I hau d ry eplaeou O I frontI rs ', nta to f Vit ..n...ltof de

Reporwas discovered on tsas an bhio te te th
T $i0,000. people co.. d bo T aroused tfe '.ames OFFRINnS SWAMPEP MARKT. In th central. Misialsippi valley and OOVERNMENT FUNDS AR
had spread to Gaines Broa., Thornton ----..- t.hrogiout theA othwst buia in
fWhite Mar. Bros. and then enveoIoped Dnncan Prices Went Down From 44 to 86 mostl staple llne promistes to exh ed governorss of Three. Provin
mented With B'os, all of whom suffered tot&l los m ntBus Wr, the that of 4t1e openning onlit of i1H03 that Theihi Offloers Have Be
Ses. l (ner'l orders for irling .
iatrtlltin HIe. The block burned was known as Heavy Buyers at the Declins-East' trade this mnnth Il that roion are toured by Orglanlizd Bands andi
t ,he Jones block. owned by W. O. rn News Reponsible. asd to be heavier than in any priced Fpund- Appropriated.
Jones, Across the street the build :fg January More than 11 5,OOO wa ge
state of l. wings of 'T.. MSwift were damited New Orleans, Jan. 30it-Thelong ex earners have gone bal to work In Nw .York, Jan' o,-Intnrnnl dt
,iment in the about ,o000, pected reictio came In t ,otton Pentsylras .and thr e lake reAlon with- turwrances in Con T a irlealig, ca
,t tikab'urg, .oFokr awhile t looked ike thte whole urket this ; mring ancoutlry in a fortnight. ihes Tho woraold's Bhor atrrespondent
Btortia. ViTksu rgt r'ohlawh-le ie fotil rkrrynorlrnh.t
lnois soldiers business .section on Mcintosh street lbngs weot wild in their effotal to 11" Officials titervlewed Insist' that steel it lG toh reaslt of increased' taxatln.
pated in the would go, as Well as the residence quidateo Tiloer offerings swaeupod rail prices will nt-t be iut. Do- The governors ol three provInaee, rei,
Marl4:, .to portion on Heard street. A stiff wind the miarktet ot awhile and prices went spite peslniiati reports as 'to Iron port that thitr officore have h i..ea p
... t... ,was blowing and was pteceded by a down tfrom .4 to 86 poitnt. The and ti demand conritlnuts to slowly ltuied by orgaiilaod bands atndt over.
to cost $ 6,- light apow,. While theottizens he- prominent biill weie heavy yers at increase, notably for strictural steeool met fiund taken. 1
of otu Oltall wo i .'n to stop the ravage the decline and event at thr lowest and ,:balc. andl forge' ron, Detalla have jusit beeri re0lwlv hter' '
It is to be e thtti ineter relestered far below "byintg orders of ai few indl b .ie Pries tohave. been stronger, for cst, of disrtlibhucesat t ViadlIvstook di.
rble or gran~- .e freetin ?itnt ., r Woulid sand the market up 1olint, tie. rubber, ceffa, otton oots, raw tug the celebration of Ruselak tlidt,
with bronae. The Bankc of Elberton building also The caution was sounded. yesterday cotton, wheat and cor, N,,t the lei Inas. t' was created bi4 ittoxlited
teior of thl caught and was damaged considerably. hen lW grs. commenced to ak $0 encouragIng feature 'o the business talutian marines and' Japane. won .
;repreentr Thoe bank 'itself suffered. so~m e loss, bale mrgn, week has been the noted c lonfldece niin .Nhmeros houses wore destroy*
rar igovernoi as did the Elberton ILan and Savings It was 'gnerilly that the In a l nt opeoua. season due to an min ed, iostlyjapatiee, but Including the
ase .. rant, n. false reports co cer-lng the atutI4ti pro ven nt in co lle ions'. The Ohlo ltiisslian theater,
nl of the in the Far East spread about last river vi liey iti 'South Atlaintic nil T'e tiusuial fighting occurred.. As
he ,irilboats TRIPLE KILLING. night were responslblole for thle liquida- uit states report larg ht volune of happen o iackltsburg on ..'.... .1 tlon by the 'weak lonlg interest. All orders, ".oontiderable brutality, lbut io fatall .
863, and the 8IX Men Took Part ih the Fatal Row teatturo rest nlned bullth, The move- .. 1- tioa, Thoe narines were not hbrotitglt
on the night Three Dead, Three Wounded. ment was light and the weekly insight OPERATORS ANDO MINERS. iiultlor (control inlltil itlih propertyhlat
surrender of Biltmoire, N, C., Jan. 30,-News was figureB were smaller than wer, expect. "t ------- n idesltroyle, The ttinniDtlto o
mberton. Unp received' hero of a triple killllng it ed by the most enthIsiastio bills. At Joint Conforence Beting Held .at In-. Co un! neOtrality cabled frh O ho
lome will be Burlke county, 18 :'miles from Morgan- one time May optioits .were 86 poInts dianapolia, ind. Pow to i te powters was iltnkowin ~
second ina' ton Tuesdday flght. tider the hblet leve l of the moorno ftinuollr' lla liihl. Jtan, !o0.,--., Th'e the (!oranin foreliti' ofefle it ill rolilwha,
d none; withI The statement Is that Julius Fiah." jng, but a quick recovery broht tlihenm olniOnlig u thi joith out. 'tfonf'tie el' of It werto rtcelvtei from the replroitnt-.
pstphrase in Or, Marion Fisher, Ynrk Fisher, Bill (p until they were only itH poiie t b- ldin," Ohin, Ulltulhs and Weatthin' tItH faldiod, Th, intmaintin was
ortb r to the Deal, Eddie HIunt and Joe Towerly, lot the highest 'vel ud only 2o 1 PeLntiy tlt'ylvntiii ol r ptcl ora irfif iiln that It was airiranges by Yli'Yon0tlilk
e." ecine involved In a quarrel when points lower titai the close. pf yester.- .rt wtaS dllOA toi ty by (h.o (toderal.oi' arind ilyeniainl-Ku, ith lter havilig.
tl4interlor tl`ilit isaher killed his uncle, Marion .4,. 'btllllng Cancu tlo foitoniilate their oe' is ritred rt I ia,
a 4int(diiber FtslIer. York Fisher killed Bill Deal leading bills Siti, tailt tha drat d a.dns, Ad t I;lt camit :laMst nlght n ;I I.s CTh (ro.attd tinil eilr at I 'ldo hidv
lofes of all aindi Eddie Hunt killed Joe Towerly, tic fiquliatlaiti had left the ItarkotjIn oieruators found It. ir(pi(>silto to gt beton ihrttr.'tioi espocilly t t rge .TJ.
betook0 part Th other three are reported to be s6- ai hatiltbler bonilltl tliha r, ati h ltl to i pidl litoroti w as iti m1 'tl' i l!ps. liieiiiatflt rcogltlonitin of Co'roal
riously njilnted. 'o itore open to further adv nces thitan' iIti l't ltt' li.ilt Iilita mid I !llhi;-t net tr llty. .....
* "All the FlSliers who were engaged (or several days past,- Itrattti al nirlit ciifU t toiiti ellt, Th*e. -.
IE SAYS. In the fight were related, nad all wvere o.-._ ,prati ra ct. tot ihdiauapil oi e REPLY UNPA'ORABLE.
cou stins of Condttctor Fhr of the; V WARON MICROBES. Ilug lAt illiltrsI tm utilk dli. nd rat i or--
Makes Sur. Asheville railway systoeai. '' a Sia per l(ot Ip httiItNruso iin tit nirihting Baron Hayiahl Speaks of Ritana Note
statement. Conductor FIslher says ho does not Effort to Externiinate Them From Ber. svttlo, yali< wht It wat ft'ilil that they to Japan.
prove that think the dettIls are exactly correct, IIn Libraries, t il oiil liith doiiinilH for 'iortsp L iondot, Jant, 1t),-'-The Tllintpae nsin-
gos are not bit 'that there was trouble and some illetrll, Tan. n0.-.,The Inrllt ini iaIec- Wag)tt imnd w 'sttl.aildl) l" Itl' o a late-r, Hiron ifluysthl sai today with
I auts wwlitng loss of life. Ipal aiitlliortlht' t hve dechIded to riiakel pl'opti,,itntoni IU pre itlro thei n -t, ,i ref'ir'in< Ao li thti report iniblliihitd by
rooim where w-------e an'ultompt to xtrtnlintte the mil- ,ralltrm's, sini 'g. lu it mi-of riimi Imisl ito liuilly (iraphilc, o I tie piffeot that
stored in 'a KICK MADE ON VACCINATION. cis in ttl i libraiti'h, h'trofsor tanId ntetre stVAi t.u iH lifilfti ittl lo ht" tlltut liu ri<.'ly tl Jlpa, wal toin-
be started" -"tth K,,r.-(s bavhiig called alttilntloin lho p W ,nnit i tlay' that mt, b or not. bl ils
Kibbon, who Peopi, of Carronton Shy at Vaccine to the danger cf nihi mfghtithln chait r their plittis. '- tomriilcnatei| to M. Ktrino,. thi Jasil
a cTartridgo VaTih Vrus. o Vdis.SnIm the unm tl n ufei ind Ni "any mt'i* dgd tha)Bt 0-te etiinel m iti ter fat P'toruh uIth4.
ed tohe oi l Carrollton, Ga,, Jani 30o -Consider criinlnatly flsrs tiaratrls -m y Tht i lm e a'i, stors er to go Be. able commintL and no *festr's represa0t little dtive ittatlug fa for- tiv' reret tt rli for h tl 'lt ntti rn Wit ei.ii ti ylvaltia rit no hiladoffi'tllc 1y oild ti tu that Ise
parnment, in tiorn it tilv e sectionn has be. e l devel- me as libnce iin Soth Arllfca, where OhIit o ltiAel A oia l e n Be ingil tg m il.t- llill of wait t it tled ti o lrjildie the
agaiis of Opedto in the past few da'ys by the iB ho is stilylng thime 'for th(e 'i lt fa l tii nt' o i t tfef time Ptln il yul) oinly i rs ihld in' Sihl
re will not it~ 4f thne itrtlary of the 'state board fltrsltftii government has 'it n d nitcwn u a' of I .ith'l. ano tto uitotieiott tit trlit'.y Ptrsr ig yisteiay'iPs ei ed to the
lt mctiitre Il of health to Uarrolltotn, anId into Heard plai for attacking the incrti which would i riftt to cenildder the rmoof' Aseso itd Presu. 'lirolian Il yashl
cuti.w. with a view to securing oonil ui, utd o tha ilomry cor- pltlne basi amld itl 1 olnt dff i>rlinttI, addeditl t tht i reply. halltt ,ityet bW s
w~" remied pulory Vacolat eron in of tthe pMopei tn of th i m cn eol nest 'to Illitnatios tl inlius Ipendtrirs senKt, ani that it wilt otly e stiit
I when the atglaist staHliox. : ': 'mles tiay. were i0for m cocllihttory e tion, -d for the tr' approval today
,from its 'as Ordinary thrown has been pressed to ,it i inutand, to adopt ot moth- I t -- 1 r no m thrr,"
refuse tthe order, wlich subjects him t i bf tnfetficting boolre tufter Itilr ."DAH FOR TH.E POLE." adPddt th. ,ait :.te n.,ata'lh 1 mil*ttler, "tof
n the car. to a fi, but a trong ntl t i l oknowin the cntetu of te twer
m h a e'i tr l..inffts A b' rns. i'ItWet''utt eN ant ;" ,t the roliitill' ter.' tr
tutte -tniled' opposton to cotniptltsory vaccinatio n tin will tiake csi. of. n h, matte L. e Naia VtioN n Ot "er An Unusua nl t tate' proba l t0dot r, te .
loaded shpot PareI alls in the county. Cn* t ruxlorerm.c Ft, tI hav y ''o f iut alinfirastort ;"iu+
d hy fire Mattor 'T. l C, Bledlt e, of Carrollton, "nt tll niJan l:-ti akIe nvigatiiot
ldid not get will meet with thaldernmeo today to INDIQTMENT QUASHEO, this winter has fitted tie crews .fth. TR!NI'Y $PJRE IN 0ANrGE .
ehnts probi. g etpirmln.eti what 'teps the city" shall S tmer (s in t'.a rvie 1. for f l t ldashll' "for '' "
wisk 'at t th akei to prevent the further spread of Agit orer Mayor Amos f Min. tl,. pole," for' it nt ines aiit the fx *lubway Exavbtlonl te New Vi* C(y
lind If .the thb malady *lis has alreildy cost n, poll, Minn.. peritnla of ArIe tav gtti, May Weiikten .trlitur',
e dangerous the e taty ithousamnd of dollars to con- Paul, an 0--the sutireme ake Mit ha at a fron. N'w York, J ra. 'd:0- W'1t0 on the
r wilinK to trol a flew cases orcashiilly breaking e fltji i t etft i ver At. o th. l
tault IAn the out our' ,he conty Aor the past few eit t ay A1tlilte aor the pl' ile M oli llr iway illoimir lower a!liro ,, n
t espopinto 'athe 'etire cou't held until it .f'ht i froll tIall bottomll 40i front of Trnity churi ,,04a ee~ ro -
......hhw.atiote ildlictdaest wp a failty fee i. dei to an equam l .dlsiatu'e av ticurlly lsit'latied tie t"quset of
MAN. AQAIN8T BRYAN4. Judges Start, Coliiin and !Iwi. sn the wat.r line ',h icebesirgsare of the q.thiptrolleii of tie Tiuiitty urpor
iEA- h r trd, la the sijority opadii a Vtht. greet sii. an. thow they a. 's to, RELY ati, wh fst u th a iil a etrtii
to Part from Pl of Mislle appi Leglisature BhgBr the ,(ffeiae *i Aiet ove ohifhNle olt ormd ei resgmt adi4 asl t1.ystery, ar Pa a ir caumtiosth re (t by the cb
in a aPit m, k Di foie Revlole sn potl gt lot erl t .4 lrhemW Foin S erNt o th, etier t1u1rtld o"f lIt e are oiiti ovet W l trut"t)s to, t ipset-n t aptte
prove tha t t e I I) li sls.l s Janr.'30-ex Act l ,wa W h, tha It parn, o eibr ari ms.olnd wf l i t or i i 'tIh 1tirji '.......... ,i o.,.t alnei t..iha i l .wil eo t-

int'a with httr m fthit pleading unmeetrs i to the me jrtrln DL'T An.;es was Chlartt'i d antiJ Tie average t mtperhtii(e (of DI flteradly wsskrnina 41 at the foundawiotI
rt 'io I ran. w grlatutr to auerttin tWheir vi4we,,'letehd ial iritr't rt f mir was eg s r l ll
all ,o ternrPtn thtoD'e lc a 'c platitiormii ,asipin coanty .of ;ir ce u Iiri.g ro unI, a 1o 4thumsm f!,r, I .$nar0tl lt otit has 'ln 'woi ll It ltayw ad been

HaI~ute, Ind show* that a iakge majorit f 'tine maier t Aiililneepolls 1e ialily .ftc' 4 degreeS. 'btii.AYlrgs has eheti When as s.uth i ib iy hiat
lie SIrg*at ar iM favor Nett iAT BryIN. r an t .eielle, bIrut (01,CI'I.dr t, winter f a t learn 'how -
e star makre g a Ud"rogh reitiai*s f the b'oue4 Qumity of Hutbd's gdhd, -of 187. the t tA4hdoat had iheefr 1ai 1 4; ttei
ered to PlCin ipratfoi.rS n K has v City, n io1, J an. S o ter th*ptfril C t no renors.e th .4II
Uh te ( Speak1r h, of the i: re % l er t e -' i. Fir S le.,- 'l.f f d 0 'Ate A wte tr.e b
a' itrd hotuae, 'who w il probaby tle a tel d t' f $ metder f J Lbyilie ZaA. EO4irs o n. shtl$S0 revealinS the tk .
res Hfie a* et 'toh(a.Ja n. o d' s. 0 $ h $* Qust t hi kadWi* "Ji* 4eefrv the It h404* t nine ft t6 ) g.
ma H0 fpelad's tinetlf as tfwsiyabWy tepos' iinf'nI *eAs *a Was tn4 t by wa denlls. ty ta pAlrn, 4 *0 ihlRa*lyi* 18(4yl hl
4 oeite e ato t l rteoe ,,tio&n lito esit as *r ,w ould- #t At hert Jdrat tfiat Averi .. I,, t w... ...14ii ti.tSef 0 to 4 till g y4 Y

I j I' I'' IY -
oil!' Ola abostl4 be eii#rsly *Ura- jn d'par al a4 e poft sd satI4 a
(MA In the hates, ~~~were the, llse Iswt e oa fra
frhaie to p ar eytrieea 0 51 IPUeUe b wa eentOee4 Mast std ihoe pt ~tfh1 4 asto to a~~b

- >2 5.*.0. a ...0, 1 .04.. .IsS404 h at'sd
AliC bmtmlmAilr# 1 1,ta :I 1$ u


cry w
ten ti00

Tree. vss5uS445, 9 P1!ins autI st few less
Utl oil
am'pwo ill nQioth pt stamps of a teiheo
Ap d igar den atiton thw 2Scents. Wtonoonffl
about g
rte Stn astnd the Tehri. a-Week '. 'l,e
M Y.) World one year. ..'....'1 .65 year he rms
TheSuand the AtlaatE .(a.) 1 ) en', Wh.
e k oastittltloron 'onte ye 175 used to be
6e004We hYoUr' o ar 1. 0 NoWthie I
The San arid the enmiWeklty ti boy, but a
Tipes.Unio ontie yearT.0.... 0 ^o .w6ork.;,
F ;1l an

'vent ons art to be held. : Of .out
]you oi erstatt d that the greater
l i'sig (lnp f.t he tste O he 1n run .when
the devil gets after hito r

Jipan will ineopurcthbase any Amuer
wcan canned m in ase she goes to
Fr wa R witIh Rui a, "the announcement
williubsist .on reio and dried" fl Oh
This beig the ease, all A41 erl o ories
put on behalf of progress atd huaitsmn.
l ,y to h've thi war stopped'

Those who opposed the purchse of
Alaska i 1867 were firmly of tth opins.
"on thsWt we wre 'p:itin0g our u- Iiony'
lnto a dr:eary waste of land, from'
.which tbhe government would never re-
; eive adollar in return. Tie co 'untry'
S tod. y is one of our richest lossesioni5.

Thioe speotaole of a groat political or.
S ganizationl hle the Florida l)Dmooraoy
entering upoO a strenous poiltHcal co0im
test for '. to State ofHles involvingn,
not only. tihe choioe of [party oan.di.
ate btit R0pphbloai opposltton: for'
those ofillos)' *wthout a. platform, os
anuy doeolratlon of doctrines or princI"',
pies or policy, is One. whlaoh promsises
so brie riddle. sad discredit upon
the orgasisalo ,in tho. eyes f brother
Pemnoorot e, seywher,. .

"One of She beath osted men in the,

visits to varies points litU'he Second'
i trot, a.' 'f.'. inrank O i
udOubtedly the strongest candidate
bw t,,ow hi e rae for o: gre 166s. Ti
Sut has bee aware of hlitS fa
somei timei, and while Shm nber of
candidates wNil probably prevent Mr.
Olark's monoisatioa tnthe first prih
mary, lie will win in tie ss e, i s pt.
t1ary "handdcospwn," l wo it se best man
now before the people for 1 o01,0 ss
aji, the people will smee it that he is
S iy tnsiated said elected

8emsator 'tallaferro's a iemsds wel e '-
iouly dapo te i the proceed

taot ~tae 8tt xeutitve C0ommite
ly ton tmhis ates'st That the omeon
mtitie., msiad is ppo intalmets tot a
4iatrasa of the Siatm by the several aas
nossno os'idte The .siby ato, ha
e; bees hatga 'with etag aaid t

ia: aftaiw
rueas cw

W00,41up A RLiu sinure spnujeo lr is I up
poelhtitsid srt t ql to s I comphi
.ranuetary So Misy,"miit,,' aveis as :thef
little author of tht eompboitioqn has
bee, to h1dn, tShomghl the language and
fooe otarg oin th ishase ot been' lxii
roveh potiim. .t is, greiat book and at
struckthrek eeond'ihOgreasonal ono,
oratsiOoaitsisttat 'ntime. -iverybaody
lhotuld 'had it, Mn. Dis via' home tohn
ANot of 14etig ondoimgres goaWl
District Committee.ll
There are other sAtefments its this
book, however, whloh will nt, permit
as answer in as 'light a .vein as the
repr se.ntatfvei of lie Thrie-f.nionhas
o well employed, Of all thebrazeon
altrontory said absolute inmlsalttements
of finta in thOe shape of charges
agaInst Mr. Davia, this book i At cli-
ax. Thl'ere is no more truth in the
htatsents mfade against Mr.n Davis
thati there ia ln the state int of Mr.,
Broward in trefereioo to his having'
held thie position of sherift of jl&ival
county from 1880 t 1000o Of course,
hie does $$ t say so plaliy. I t would
have boee more I manly for himi to,
have made the statnient plain than to
have employed lai t guage to 'deetie,
and which ,he could pleadl wasn't ab-
iol04ly faste, even hiouihl( it was i.
teded' to cotveya f !ale hiiprosion.
.'Lhe peop of t tate o Florida
will sroember'thatl during the heated
oampain 11of1 ad a that eltico
'whia there was a rilMot threatened in:
Jaokponvllle, .apoieo Broard was
Aot to be found to le0 d lhis mieal id

ida will reeabeil ow4 he Waa sought

his j ounty as his oath 4o hi0 Stateo.
wired. The people of Flor d wi: r.-
resetnber, too, that overaor Mitohell
rea.ved Mr.". Browaid frtom i cme

Fleming DBpeden in his #laIo. Wlothluig
is said of is in this book, the ohis
rtit of 'which hs bnii followed
throughout, .. '', '":'. i
.An, who :;i he' hargo i that tober
W. Davib has aewa's been Use tool of
inhe orpsaionss. the rerd shows hims
to be as Iinoorrect as he is ao r qterenoe
to hilnimself whetin h state 'that i
has ,f waya done hisS ditty. iias he?
o.J at* s oul' ot o iced at thslsl5t

0 o4f (ortWtniderItfrthe best ii-
terost of the lool) permititg further
disadislon' of the subject, and the
afttsr Ila losed so. far as he ,Sd I
polerimned. The condiion oft.o he
nbt6olfinanoeeis regtttedbyevery*
onb, anid no one more than by the
trostpes of. the Gainesville strict,
who have done the very best they
could under the cIrcumsItanes. it I14
tniforttnate that it was found neees-
sryih to harge tuition for the renmain4
he term, and especially o that
ltn fothe entire'four months had
to be paid in advance, bat a condition,
andi ot a theory, confronted the trus-
toes, adl they were conipelled to take
the aotfn they did, or lose the school
ap4 the district loe Sta te aid for the

't)soeshere have t*arpanihmotual'y
a 0 : forthe

uid6 iscrlices to the extent of, 5 per
P9t' of their salaries, and patrons
sul 'Acceapt he situation and do all

The recent sale of two hndredbeles
of cotton by H. 1 oDutton & Oo. from
teir g ,anrieI this y, was deWal
oftniore magnitud thann the average
reader who` did not stop to conaidet
would imagine. This deal, .figuring
an average of 400 pounds to the bale,
meanian aggregate of 80,000 pounds,
AMatan. averageof 20centsa pound will'
flitre $ 0|0)(0. It must be remembered
tliat thie was ol onl lea-third of the omit-
put of ihe Duttot gitnerie a for the Oea.
son, therefore thi 'output of this estab-
lishment alone fosr the season 'just
olosed will aggregate in the neighbor-
hood of $48,000. There are other gin-'
nories located throughout the county,
three att Alchua, and possibly scatter-
ing eight or ten more, the combined
nuiimbr of whilh 'turned out probably
1',600 baes,. making a grand total, of
Sea TIsliaud cotton produced In Ala-
chua county, 2,800 bales. Taking anm
average weight of 400 pounds to theo
bale, at '20 conts Iper pound, round fig,
ures, it will be seen that the cotton
crop of Alachna county for the year
1908, notwithstanding that n sliortageo
of from 25 to 40per tenkt was claimed,
aggregated a value of about $112,00X).
I :.,tfhe tsgggetiti of increased acre-
age aid early plantlug mado.e by Hon,
Walte.r G. R.oblnson, manager of tihe
cotton dcpArtment of H. F. Dttton &
Co., is eomplled>" with. inot only the
yield will be more. proltIlc" tiexOt sea-.
s.o, butthe prices will lW better, iand
the farmea of the county should
be beneflted ftoin 5i0 to 75 per aeont

:.^..F!:., .ERRO.

No one familiar wih, political coin-
dittop in llotida wil hesitate to ao.
oord moa1t powprfq" l Iafluence, upont
fall .publi 0 aies, to' the vote of em-n-
bens of ltbor h lor, 'in Th amen behind
t(e winch, the planer, trihe trwel, the:
wenh, tht forg, tthe igar bench, the
arfxte's beneh, tIthe toaunter, the.
broah, the mergel:thaler and the prints
faR press, are organized s"ot for poll-
'ties, but tor aelf-oroteiton--.-and whin
they vote they will. vote ttgeter, amnd-
with ai11h delibertion aid' sound
judgment ixma always results from cot0-
i*taUtios, and 'frowm lyi.of senatiment
nd p-rIoe. Thkat these powerful l.-

portof 1?. T'4laterro in she 8enator-
ial camping eamnort be doubts.,
> -- *" ; -- ,"

$tayi f oo kjnowand toe~y tp t
WoopiG 4slorldus hisavy iepr gst
atve it edit OO e tifttoh wo414
va W RV4 ton and Ot"#, ,
re to white polieil' arttie' for
7 afop ese, 'It redooandfs
,, lto it O ereidit that he pdid so.'
ltn to i U lssue of T'e Floi04a Sun

|to .f falia errors has prove lo
the iepl'inest of his eonstittentey
thl ade ais eon:pltett iman., atin:
oti iulli the ualirspetion necessaryy to
a IOcce itf I public life, Let the ge i.
tlentan' who is looked upos as his chief
opponentshow to the woid that hlie
has the same qualicsations .befo.r he
is entrusted with one of the loftiest
pofitione within the gift of the people.
Competency should outweighl snti-
mnentowhen i tcomnes to electing men
to office in whose hands are 'placed
,the people's hitterests. If
imade the basisof all political action
our country will prosper and the work.
ing man will always share in this pros"
perity," t *' y y
Andt the Tampa Democrat in a re-
cePt issue said
"Senator TaUiaferro is a condidate
for re-elotion,, and because of the sine-
cessful and able work heretoforse par.
formed by him in the interests of the
people of Florida there, should be none
to oppose himi By' their works meis
in poHdal litfoe hould be Judged.
*Senator Tallaterro spoceeded, .hby
his able work in the Senate tof the
Tited Sates, in paving tfer;g way by
wil"h large dhms of money due to. the
State of Florida rby the United States
li0 aeaost q( idiain :war'. elarii' were
ptI eier'to thel Statheof .orida wm i h
othershrd for yeoarafailed to got. He
talso uccitded in obtaining an appro-
priation for work on tite harbor of the
tyof Jacklsonville alter vaii effort
had beaen madefor years by the talent-
ed gintlmenaes who preceded hini in
office and for this alone he should
and will receive the suffirage of ai large
majority of the voters of his county.
"His record has been one or the
best fori onest and, aithful work for
Florida and her interests, and lie
should not work in vain. ertainly
the people will uphold such a man and
continue him in the good work. Cor
tainly he will not be turned down. for
one whose record has been 'as the
passing of a tornado,' and who is also
attempting to create friction between
labor and capital, and is thus trying to
sway the masses in prder to get the i
support, simply to gratify his political
ambition. '
"You nmiy well ask, wheree will yot
find his peer?' Certainly not amount
the man who seek to oppose. hinm
What are their records in comparison
With his? Whati do they offer youn
Promises. Are they to be compared
with the work actually done? Why
tal ati new mit, whose only pledge l
what he is to do (rif lie gets thieres,
Will you take pomises,' or will. yom
take one whom you know hat foughit
your battles manfully and given the
best years of his life to see justice
done to the people of this 8tte, an
who luix done hie best to elevate th iu
State to the place she nqw occupies?'
These expressions from Florida'
leading labor journals show that Sen
ator 'Tallaferro possesses their cotif
denoe sad will have the undivided an
cordialn support of organized labor,

Corrpeoprndn Sayd Auguat is Earl
a Enaugh or noldh( aSime'
Sanas Fe, Jan. 8.--yrom the amoun
of tertiliset being delIvered at this asi<
surrounding points, one would come t
the oQhelnsion. knowing the searelt;
of labor, that the farmers are not Ii
any 'shipe for &n early~primary, but a
it is the wishes of the' niajority of th4
party!. committee, we, as loyal Demo
brats4 will bow to the will of the ma
jority and make it lively for some o
the aspirants that are waiting to. pass
over thte smaHl river on the spring fcidi
wit;h t:a tarmuess as pall barer,. Wi

The ell of th. State : apnsmttee lead

V) to ask, if tUe Btato c'm 4te
arri.ea ot the purports of the Call;
what th# is t s t fov the ounty w.e t
Ialtw to do, as it the State owmites
h. sIAspow to5t nW Uthe ,out'

the Statenad :. in

Northern Subtcrilba ,
Arrival|With in
Ashland, Ohio, Jant, 14
tor Sun. ; _nclosed fl||tiE| 4
bill, for whIch please ret*w(
seiption to The,'Ga esvailole
one year, fromnJanuary d i
uary 1, 1905. Also td '
numbers of The Sun wh,!o, fl

follows: -January 18, 2adi 4 Ja
not want to miss a slnule ipSi',
.1 have been a regular 'ubd_4h
The Gaineeville Suit- for the
y ears, and I find it the ',mose nt
ing and instructive paper tisha
to mny home, and wh'ien ~ copy fa
come, I feel as if I had lost a 51
We are having a very cold
Ohio, the coldest in ten iya
ter set it. November' 18th at til
been quite co01' withpdonsidi fl
ever since ..
The roads were in splendt ed0
tion for travel all winter, (4 I
ing.,from 'eDeoiber 20 to Ja"P:
January rd to 5th' were the 6
dasy, temperattie ranging frt
20 degrees below .zero. Io' 1
are a filled: with ic frot
inches thick. '
January 20th to22nd, y y
and mild weather melted of
snow and caused the trea
flow:their banks.
At present, it s quitoiel p
Sure zeroand snow
weather makes a .pe.e lie
in the s86uniny southr,
By the way, 'we ialae nlyiad i
I days' sunWhine lh ran tyjo da
Our wintrs avg6 10 : lidas
sunshine to the: font. hiiad
snQws th140wihter up at
' ".''' 7:1' J

i That 'Gentleman 'Primls.
Support From listrictAi
Editor Sun: The time a
I for the people to make sele
their county officers, and as
' B. Weeks has served the
School district No. 1 as well
under the circumstances, as
gentleman could.; yet there
men of many minds, and a
gentleman is expected to pIe
I body, but when one find a
SwihliiR to devote his tine t
? vice of his people, an.d tha
Adore as wll as Mr. Weeks
t, if he will consentt to beta ce
Snominatlon the people of
Atriet No I will give himtai
I port,
.A 1A, *o'rVior .nor Dia,

S [ .Meeting CitizenS,'
. The 0ttizees'OlCub, a polio
tnationof the yoIng o1l0
: -city, oprganised.fpr.he
'ringing together the it:
rltored. people and er00
Y iayusent o poll taxes a
qualifying the 4olored gl
y held an enths iastlo matet
son's Hl, No;0 rth I'lenaas
t day eveniangwhiohb was s

o The meeting witasli
y Samx W. )eBse.^ pras
liam Cheebut as peortgry
' a greaa deal of b.liet
e among which wai thM
* passage rf a lot of testo
* ing upon LIe objects a
f the club. Duriaf tha a


ils t

thi New 1
peAseof si

Gowsai J
pat ten ye
L. A. $ersi
ttesaled ao

flit d f 4(0,UO
&tt@* I 'i0baby girL. p06tt be arth i
144 Winido Wa! order, .
l*4ado this c$ pester. 8huiiriff L. W, Fenntell ho) returned
frotp, tbree days' hurnt ilthe viisitf
Itepid and soni of Waldo oy'of Quli antmo.l. Ile reports ox
Isitto friends in this ity collect lutdl, hating killed all Athe gam
lie wanted for himtselftand supplied
4 aind 6on of Archer ^nutI r of irhis friends 'athome.
wose wh favored 0sInOns OCpt. A. W. Tolbert ,of A-rredondo0
ftle'tar^sy 'l '' 9Bwas aitong the vifltors t this (ty yes
Queen of Lxigtono ee torday. Friend of this gentleman
%tlzenas of that place, will be glad to learns thathe 'has 0oom
Othsip ty yesterday, l.ely recovered o,4om hi recent crit.
, the rooetsful trucker t1oa0 *(lness, and is "himself agaln."
t, was among those who Judgeh Miton issued mariage i1'.
evll1.e t-k'ading pester- rcises to P. I. PedriH k nd d f leartdIe
King' white, and Robert Ton es an
departed yesterday for J6jCbbe .Taylor5 oo ed.a Thi 'a
After a bIlOf visit to his thextenot the business trausa4te
B. I. Tinsley, in 'this i'n the count judes offie estorday

fOtreti# of Alblbth bnut lFL 1 1 LLt
4#qe and #'Ot a

f'AiNL Is 5probabiy in region of
br Mioaipy. reward,: E. iM.
n i Du ;qftto'n 1i, : .W;. .,O c *l
mong tth. visitors to-thigofity yes.
W ty was1W.T. Jcko.,h who ownsn
anu-titl home at, Wabrg Lakea
fhaon also ha a prolloly be"t
IIra'g o .grove, ai. anyp he. expets
e0ltitspciBdetntly within the, tteg

P. 8rlissohn of lochelle 0was a viaol
i to Gaioestinle yesterday. '.+' ,Is
S of the most aueoossfitl farmers iIn
reIbcon ty, and always hap an abun -
s Off thiee good tiinge of ttls world
i rth finm of edibis tfor h is fantily,
Sfrietids whoGiOtro totoo him,
taitn 'i 1t.R Lay tonk and LiOuten,-
tnt 3., landing of tie lainhepvillte
!'ard a retuireod yesterday from St.
A.ugstinii, where for the pas~t three
3 they hravo been l aitteIndanoe at[
thoe meeting of the National Ouards,A
li rpot a large natteldaiino anid a:
tf sotieesuful, enjoyable and bene-

(etlatolhof a pint mapiy fause the
i' a libt or evi > daetth when
of' A dutatnirof tlleripy bacavold.
l'Watlvert, pro'aisiptly tptilysiag
P lhainr^'s a am it l1 ain
10664,01iSPa HAi bLranrs. CISrIstoal
i.and. quit healing b lin.i nen
tINg(ists and aedicie onompa*.
S.triohof tdar K ey,.
tpite merlanIt oft 'tht ptitae
lAiryat)i of tir Bo.ard of' OntnOiy'
Ptiplh0r-1t of levy county, was 'itt
Ol business yestli day. TheO
B ij Mr. Luttorlir resided hero
S ss is well ki

4 friends it ti'nlntiLle
1 5 Iliad to see u i000

l S' t or i n'ty p. l itis,
H 'lI4^itn the sate

l I^ ttak det)lAl#:

-. q.e ., tith, a lev'er youiigmisib ol
Etisnton, was In.the oito: .itbusines
yesterday, 'Mr. Smith ia& member of
the fir of Shettleworth & Smith,
meleon growers, and h' been very suc-
0t0ful in 'the growing of both water.
melon iind 0ntaloupea, ,.
rIB. Williai, 8...a progresolve iqsaenD
and iner6h1nt4 of Aithap, phitsed
thr6 gh the 'ty yesterday. anrute toi
.o0taswherer was called t busi-
nesis Mr. WilliamsitwatetWiat tho
cotton 4 Iason Is over at Aljach, but
t ha been a inapt irbfltabl 0one-,
Amnong tho prominent visitors to this
pity yesterday wa J. '. Itawls, a pro,
gresslve oltise, of Alaohua, who called
at *V'ho Sun' otfl subscripton.. Mr. itAwIs 'report pleOn-
ty of rain I hti section for' the past
few days, bt'tsays the crop will be
beefothed thereby,
Lucas Black of Paradise, Junior
member of the firm of Padgett &
Bllack, manufacturers of naval stores,
was ia vialtor to thisa ity yesterday and
maode Thie Sun Ln agreeable 'call. Mr,
Black Is probably the youngest naval
stores operator l the State, but he is
regnrded as oneo f thie most cornpe-
tent.'4' I
IiI. Granger' formerly" a cities
and chief of poice in hidH olty, but
Who la now reitdling at Grdia, in:
Putnams ounty, ( is tu lQeistlle tfor .a
short thni 9 a 'visIt to I ls wife. who i
,a guest o hr relative. Mr. .and Mrs.,
e. i. StoitWh.; The, friends ofr Mr,
rngr were glad to see him, iAnd: to
larn that lil. +rospering its his new
The tfrliendt W', iH. 'Ttison, vtho

Aointred in a hospital ins Iew. Oilean
wit.l a throat afflwiin w.ilt reg

l pr that s oudition is little 'I i.o
propel. Mr. Thiin' thought sever
ret re4, m,,wre .his.t family and
friends that iie. expeteld tio artir t
Pliprlnit otta oe. hYite he. is muBeting
ce great intcontvenenoa from Iris cooh.
4ti(ot, tie does .ot eenms to grow hot
ter. It is 'c be hoped.w howeer, thar

that i.friets itll hwrb e the oppor

ftic; S tAblet 1, the Dotn^oc^tittic ri

soubriquet. w hil 'he hps deserve iy
j Iwthoit dotbtae of' the
y very best woiclals that ever held the
ofla of sheriff, of Alictat county.,
SHe has do6nae hi duty as he has seecn it
a without tfae or favor and the people

to do 'so hold he again be honored
with the offlee, isM w rd is as good as
SaIy mhl's b H4 and p'he ybs he A will

" bit embea;jteat 1 theregular ean.
s onsewho t le c the of
&e hetonow 1All. 'jo ceepitably,-will,l'
hail with idel t i Salve fo
tat. ft o yearS henle they'.will Ihoti
Shiwm to contend ai.ralt&ntS Read
I, mle 01tft eterd, ltthe regular an.

Ps i'o J 4,H D t hePdG Manj 5t ip o' w-
we y As 4 Vi tor to this city ydster,
3. ...... .p t ... :.c mat .' o :,Mi ca'

$e Ped JrdickIf y wmint to purchase a
SgoaI bag or was. i P.Jth Atr iAy.,
SaysI's Irhtis o Is the eio 'll e
Mies | t ile Rives, tel of I
most jepulartfnig ladies, is Isilting
hercottsinr, Mml. B. XDonaldofthis
MI is yrtle eatiell departed yea'
terday for Hawthorn, where .h1 will
be th goidet o0f friends rd relatives

PJohn V. enton of Lake View was in.
the citmy yesterdayy Hle hits just re-
turned from a business trip to New-
bery oand other paint n the .West
r, Dell, Jr., a prominent young,
en of Hague, was in the alty Friday,
Shaving roe for theO purpose of attend.
g tbllelOi.tratorio Bethleem 'at tie
Smurted. Ros t ilWilbur oahard
Ion, popular young m On of High
Springs, were guests of thefr a.unts
edap es .r. M Oprehaont and I.1. i,
Mcrit eairy, yesterday, Ei tet a

Brtow, will now maker his t home a t'
Miami, Mr. Oblelough Is a trucker of
experience, and will no doubt -make
a good thing on th~ East Coast.

pmaurufnecturers of lumber, was among
there business e visi try s to the. city yes-
terday, Mr* Venable JO also extensive.
ly interested ,in thle manufacture of
naval stores near Archer,
Prof. 4.1llRs of Melrose, priilel-.
pal of theMelrose school, was, in tlOe.
city yesterday Prof. Ellis states that
isclholt will close next riday, the in-
oi lut ion having failed to secure the
State appropriation for its extension,.
'the temni however, has beou a mot
. betrelncal one.
Ib, Moore, the extensrilve naval
stores operator et oehelle and (Grove
'Park, was amoa .49re business vistora
to this al1ty yesterday. Mr M.o re e,
Sp6r.0 the wmoda or.beril owed, which se-
otiUisly interferes with hi. blwinvess
but believes that itio again
SbefavorAble 8Afrjdnjs{)t .aya. -
Among the vistori t this eity ye.
terday was Profb ,' 0,. Meltosh, of
Archer, prilipal of the public school
at that place rdsfI. Mcintosh is4re-
garded as n:tre of. the npoft competent
Statthers in the eni|oy of the Alaohua
t coty board of e4Wsatiorn, and h' en-
Juys a great ppplarltyy among ris pm'n
* pile whiceymNr he is engaged.
$. I.. l tda *'P rMotylsitt plantme

es ttter .ta s tas. a lar
4tu y ef test at 'old toruayae

ql F a lithorpeoare
S W hts been the
^^te i t(l r^ waBin"

Mi' Cora Wlild.en,1 a charmning
Ydun lad of figh prings, was in the
aty for ait few hoirs yesterday ie
wit en route to $t. ,u*istine, where-

rute to alatk, where he will spend
a few dys with his wife, who is visit,
lng ib the en Ctty. ,
W. ;, Hage, ts will be seen by ref

noied .i~ ~day's un, is a candidate
for Shs'r^if" 'He was for several years
.a depur ty erift and i.s well qualified
for the office he 'aspires ,to. :l '0is a
native t Alaehua county and has
many tfrWids who will loyally support
hi inf th com i eng primary.
On taoobnt ofthe iolemency of the,
weather, 'the. box solal Which was to,
ae be.ena given by theoe lean.ers' So
iety of" North Galnesvtdlle at the home.
of'rs'. O B. Rally Friday'evening, dida
not transpire, biat' was postponed until
nextF idev i jg. '.Jhe, young peo-
e W, a e as :. numbe of the old

ythis 'frntion 'here will no doubt be,
a great many present.
I Proft, J Brintotn, priAflpal of the
conioterelaledopartnset oft Eapis lor-
ids, Seitnary,departed yesterday for.
orange Sptings, where he will tpend
e' Sabbath. Orange e WQ.ings is in
Ayonf .onty. 'It te hoe he ofe
~rof. Brlntn.,aund he is seriotsly can-
olderi<0inounning Fris lanvidaa y for
theosti o seuo perintendent of
schoolss Of thot o",nt y. He toa Popu.
lar and e bllie nt man, and would: no
doubt make a good race.
Jultice J. A. J. Strickland of Hague,
one ftthre most progreslve farisers in

ahornioutioy,:was among the.. vOlsi
ors tothois ity yesterday.'" Mr
,trikland tate! thatpal f aycomiposed

of himself W A and O triianid,
F. E. CellonrB, F, Hampton, J, D.
Stringfellow, l. J. Thomas and L. R.
Wood 1.have 'Just returrn,6d from a two
dayse hbat athe Cootero Pond distria t
Notwithstanding the oinement weathel
or, the party enjoyed finei l k and 'had
a big time all round.
J. E. Futoh of Alachua, a member of
the firm ofthe g. E, FUtch Coniany,
extensive. merchants, after a. brief
visit to his family in this calty, returned
to hIis hoine yesterday. Mr L Futch
states that the farmers in his section,
who are among the most progressive
in the county, are preparing the' land
for, the coming crop. The prospere tso
are that the cotton aoreige in the vi-_
oliity o Alnohua is .o be increased,
the planters having felt etcou raged by
the high prices prevailing last.. season
The tape cropse, of corn, potatoes,
sugarcane, etc, wtilel aso be good, 'and
altogether, as Mr. irth igood-natreda
ly puts it, things are "looking rUp' in
A l ,ha n.m

terday from Daytona, where he went1
a iew daysago -to attend. the NOtiona

Good Roads Co ntivention as teptesenta-
tve tro... Al.... a county, by ,ppop0t-
ment aof His Exelile,. Gov. J
nige. Uon, o Ramsey, a mmber
of the Board of o uty Co ompyrs
from the Wafahlyor dlitriht, wae lun o
in attendace at the .donvento 'A.s o
wap rneDa on the overnor. er, e
Raitnsey, 'oin speaklrag of the matter
yesterday, slated Lthat little ot nolsio g
wa te eomplisshe at this oeti e, and
chargess that the samone wasa eld ia their

on I1oniay.
Bi.mi:ngham', Ala,,Feb.
probable consolidation of04
largest iron indystrie in thi
the Tenuessee Coal, Iron ar
company the Sloss.s5-,fhld
iron, corip .nY, andeth e
oand Teell wnparfny iscaut',
speculation as to the resltsP
rposed consolidation. ',
'4A meeting 1. to be bold
Monday fnext,, when each of ell
corporations l0-n=0ame to
on the values of each comipaniy, t 1d
ing ore, coal, plants 'and all poprtf
of the. companies. The'se repor
will be. made to the presidentt Antd' 4
rectors of the several 0corporattiOn
and'then discussion will .comoeas, a
final consolidation of the three or"
porations.. Some of the best infotm"
ed men on industrial matters are pf
opinion that consolidation in the way
proposed will fail, bul that .It is poasol'
ble for the iRepublic Iron and. tee
company to absorb the others :y 'prity
chasing a majority of stock 'in ea:h
at the market price. Their stoekof'
each corporation Interested in the 4e~l
Is being watched by outsiders, butl o
sensational changeshave been mnat1.
Th. question of benefit to this dia*
trict' by consolidation has ,atvoeOt
for 'tnl against .it, but"It Is th.otigt^
by the) commercial il~terest that it wll
be disadvavntageous to the district.


Entire Day Spent in Geting This TNuirn.;
bsr -Venire of 250: Exhasted,
: wtlmI gton, ,:'. ,, Feb. 1-Seven
*-jurors1 hlave 'en .drawn in the mur
der trial of ,8 il. Terry up to'.'
day Iight.
The entire da",ey .wasa sient intee
Ing the. jury and a special' Ve.nir 4'
250 was. exhausted,. Judge FergO i
ordered .another.venlre. of o250eA
be draVwnIporil `the COl( u |hg of; -go
this morning It is believed tilr
malning five jurors can be secret
from the .new v.enire. "
S The court room has, pr Ie 4,
day. with' eager spectatorithe tr.. 4
.promiSes to' be one pf the ltes. t o*,
most intgroaQt 9 ovepr held in ,th1
Terry killed ihls son-itnlaw~eoe
'L. Bland. last Se 'iebor. ..
Peruvian Poet Dead.,
New York, Feb. t7.-.Senor ii'
Benjami,,CLsnerot Peruvian 'poet ii
dead, Accirdiing to a Herald dipati
from Lima, Peru.
Read This,
Martin, Tenn., June 5, 1901,.
Dr. E. W.. Hall, St. Souit, Mo.-M
Dear Sir: I take. pleasure i. saying
that I have rsed your Great Discover
with much benefit, having Stiflered I d f H
years with kidney trouble, and to l
heartily recommend it to all suffered
from kidney diseases.. er.
e R espetsfully, '....
SMember of the 'Mernphis Annu hia
ConfereneoM, Et EChurch South h "
A 'Texas Wodder. .
One small bottle of the Texai Wo of
der, Hals Great Discovery, oure i A
kidney itad bldr iiwottbleW, rem
gravel, cures 4iabetei, seminal ea WT
lons. weak itnd lame back, .rho'
tis~t 'and all .iregulitiea o the k 0
oys' aid.d bladder ii both a
womn, te ulate laddb thrott p
chIldren,. 'not told byyour druu ool
apaiE (ttie:"ti te T the
zent and ieldom ta ls tot t
,eus r. Eines W. HWailsoia i
acturer, P. 0, he etO St. Lou a
Send for teatitmonils. Sold by man

^ '. -'-'-

'pte a

rgoe~ SJa.,' Jan,

S IMai. Ill: c ottwn m ubttnave .. .ton .,, tbe sndedt the liwer
S e r l s er natural functionst
Zthe I0ig ture ppropriaiod for 4ct oses t o
-Ulmwhih b ed as a frt the results.:

Ssd as bcome ~x only ould long teri, so necessary cues
ac hausted, as js fo acquirin T n erHuBation, be carried d, a) a
tTAof r Ia ofo eilluer, aRemitvengr' n

Si t f ary. W a er mu' cess for S by Jo i Gai9 'at
any r-H a' p ot v pioitti tlb L hei in behalf .os o mur e
Woas j an eak.twil tlanntroh theresult s

''. While o there p N and ptpiils accorded hiama hearty wl-I E
em bly y i n aisho t trt Apt asRo^I NDUSTRIAL RECOIH.RD:,
e oi.. erypH n t y i lMrs. stamps, mother of A L. Webb, a nf .ublylishlug t'Lmpany :
has rettrnedte rom a eeort trip to Val- k i inl the p cile'i ti ioni ofr
sen o y two c i .ates '.here wer rs to register and quaio tyl, dosta, whIre she las been visiting her ..o r u an.ut* R !. illu d iml y t, hi n fsuagam o ',

k d i y i voio the ari i of May daughter, Ms D botneLl.. Not a dul thine n iC listed by"a,'orp' of h trtLtMnps t t vitth d owoet'. e .
ugive bther v w as toh theim laned op Lvis"ers of the several coo le~s ingi hersistor, Mrs. J. W. Strange. Her ( ide CAL. Theite eonehm ny ex teto- t stoit ls thi ..tiiib ithi o e bl
end t .exr h i t Ishe eb n iany friends are glad to welcome her naryv olTer Is pule for iinmited thUne: (oli, lt ban elo.w nld eii .0 n titistrial
... f. aa t irt rn. Io w thr i ]Wir b .espreotflis;y it.ri .ddt oeioer 'tpnu fls their midst a ae. llat l..I'a.,witl; on 0 ts es lvc,,,e r u nra .< will tE entered o n
ratl s hiri ofa to t h rv i Ad- < 1 i'. ( to (hnpter ai20 Acts of 1)03, Ow ig to th i'ln e s of the minister's i b ogiri to llI tis
',lQlOcots which sot lgh t to t ". .. ..... partll''r..advertlsement wlll re- "
vantagee of thei l t ond ,"whif provide. chat littledaughter the Baptist pulpit was celtetiuy loimitm edlatel .ia ti .n er
n i tref, thu committoo votld to h regi trato o ookshall be opened not filed at the' regular appointment tablet d antl b ium o 100 tt eleantly
fie .tde .n y fu .U.o.r. "sfo th d engraved sori "c:ene w rth, we tn o ,L n r
h-ide by ther Uyg- of the State .... ft r 7 F TIT E
andIdteb l[he t) 1ig,. to av.t' (m.t >,' iio.r"I tor o.voe ituta Tho maoy'friendtof mr. Newt Johmar. e "o .o "e I. O ..A.....C...
mitre, ip resolutions tIo that eifeCt, :iS tti or electors t Vote Il a Th e oy friends of 1r Newt John-
to hqvera capuigitl committeeo, a.55 'p : sonare glad' to.ote .that he is recover, "ndustria. Re 0ord Co., r
ing fOndin datonri50` i'dlost ai. ,:"el Fho0Da ................^ .. ... '",elk1

S r iai"., il i i gtifti d at (iiiihd te td h lvo. hi I the hlti COa SOea the books Mt. Moore states that he is enijoyj .g ,.

,Those Pres sento ,fo the pr-y t E. established '

by hai J erusd Te rol red to d to tr ccharoaan of tMy baby had eIoi so bad tib hat its
W: Aih l p roxy H; li u a 1. HOt yit(. T a

.eted Clay, Judge (1. Ntrp ardnV h..e >npi < .the Iis e ,r or t Ole, he Sa.le. 'Te e, emao i
ham 1yr Dt e'ol, W Mr Ihortisior ont 14's letI4 aI perfectly clean and : Our business i strictly confined to the various details incident to the own
Tol Je proxy P al, l Ai d t ; linA- r a wi.6idt 'i'intlvi eiam ttlty ani -lis bIee it growing beau- rhip of dadw have no prat or personal axe to grindw itconet ion
Fr il .lr. adJ. rhJy toin ts', proxy; O. r'olti, ti it Li ItH ii to iiV ,' i ,o with that buInDess. We make a specialty of the reparattion of abstracts and
J W,:J.Murphy;'utuam, J. 1ern- collunt )tootconsst of ^th r n'i i o make exhaustive inei tion of title. We reprstint property-ownirs in all
id, .ahirinai St JIohis, Jos ts nd tiirit ary,elaspr dovi d it t esoS ale "--Frank arm r, I ( fCity, all matters plertairlting to the assesti ent and prayn t of taxes aind t hes rei
ynit ; viwaii1tee, WV, i. i)orinall; Vo- i hall, i p ro f tt aM c. mn i a) i J ir h zeil Salv0 1ie in n o- or N t ub r n ond t 'bles .r-
usia, ut 'r estted, Orange, Majorot at l at ot-
S Peabody, proy side to fill the position on he tui thOr arigit at tli TSone B.sR, COLSON, M manager.
S. PA. Holt was selchtuld as ioiretary Jinttit, oet ad, e vacant byth voy e -. r tt 1 ts i ne ------------ ------------------
i' In the absence ofr.Major Peatiidy. l'nssof 1Maj. Pehhoudyl, who wrtotta hathe Sold by all drugg sts, :
The *all is Re d w s ill an o ld n h t g iv h c a( ii gtt I ................. .... .... '.
i,. '. T teCarll i R hed, I his attentiotl. A irho thlitrd m-umber1,: R Declared a Bankrupt.
SFolkhwirn ttt rl oall0i del call of of (ilr o n t Colat+ii w d tinist- ,t Newberry, a t YAL[ ST [[T JOUrAL 'i
t.n.w1 t W re>ad. t1 'almst ated llat nlow gn J.r ttrts>ide of 1it1 ai to ciil ly de lared It Iankrupt by thi ,| t
the m ti't g. was f ir the pIrpose of clialrmain P, A, Holt of D tval, r United Sttates o, ourt, and the matter
c calling, a primary for those s t otion f a ary, d F. ogrst.of columbia has bea rehferredt to 1E. [. Voyle a T sA O FINAN Il
ndidate for oigress and t ra isaot Itinerary is Made. referee.HE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
Ing su<,h ontl> r Imsinss as was deem ld
,ne itsaritry tt tlh' e ,o cliioiin of, the tlionr'esaion- It will be remembered' that the eltock DAILY N EWSPA PER .
tP. A. Ht olt ry d th' a followi rei at Iti ti g tolt t ia gn 'lutnittU.e of Mr. Newberry has been .i ltvolveut for I
l: tionis, antd lmoi l thl r aidopti o : I lt and lse.ted tits for ol.lig .the sole timn It was for several week W ----
;cnlpaigrltgn iit,,'einmg as follows : Uit t' Ithihnd of Rec'iv,,'r Kincaid; 'rep. Reve l 4dhae s tT I. noep.
S Call or Primari. M, llor P mai, edesy, M rlh 2, eight, r ti u g local ert dit)rs, by. order of V S l WS ai a'dtS gover
lisolved, hat a primary lee. Vest ia h ,t B h, l rsday, March the ircuit court, but r'e'untlly by di- Values .
thin for the selection f a l)enuctUttig ,ight retition of the United States court, Studies under, yg cruises of WMarke
aidit for Cugrss fr the re, F rdy, MIarch i 2 p t naturally a higher authority, Reeeiver Movements.
ottd Cot grestiiona l)istriot of Florida ,5 Tituvil1e, Sattrday, March ft, night. Kinoaid was roliuved, and Thos. E. .
herIeby cttllt(ul for the ltth dyt May' Sanford, Monday, Mtarch 7,.night,. Owens was pt.ced iti charge of the ReVieWs, analyzes and criticises Railro'
o''j [ a Orlatdo, l'uesday, Mareh 8, uight:. Stock as receiver it. tc interest *of 'and Industrial repOrts.'
il le, '.. lolvd. ''hattt'vitittof Kineircee, WVedesday, Mareh :9, creditors beyond thie limit of eHas complete tables of Eni i
i (lltth e a tto- rte M eKx eetiie o. no vr ?o r I' State of Florida, The ,mretnnt action .- .o eOtics.'

uitt. ittee on Iiorl t aldh, copirative "(;rt GnOov 8prigs, lfare.l I., Atoo. eotlrntatjon of Receiver Owens' a QUotes active and .inactive hSto.k,. all
Ith th'o t in the holditsg of hutny $dd eb Irg 1aturu y hB ndly 1a, p tin t, o s.
e titus, is hitertby by .iish ".... .. ..
".0 or aold h'it m t ingof i 'n s,, F i ll t ,"

Sand the aaigt it An Early RiserS. iRecords theo last ya 01'of Bonds and t!g
too otf this ,onunitte i Ihreby aIt. ni'talilt, A .A strong, healthy, active conastitu. yield On Inve8tments :it the pries c.
tlt )ihorteedandreuiiesod to arranged all .t dthtai, Tlturtday, March 17, noon, thdepends arge ly on. etl Aminew', without ottrge, ilquiris '

t tedha th primary o 1 known a DeWitt's Littl Eari"
S :f-~r til:,'T'iu to a Mtr o ratio oti- .atig s day Marh ir I i only cleanse the system One who dally eoi lts rllE WALL STREET
S ":4idae fir o.>ntge rrm this dis tic t st-ts but they strt'th.Uen the action of the JOURNA Is b-etter *qtablth l Ihyeat auntOey
0nlyll held a th san titi tia pru tilr 1 Miutebttll th e tis. ittl e Early ippatrt-s n ta acwo e t .
'i,]d ta h .nme t a pAro At tw, M h 23, tghtt, o. a. .a.. th t ste on .i o saely Antd profitably add to advll about tiael
till]showe, .0 : gth .OrgB! Lth. tarly' Rt r s 1 i

i leto b- sa/t tt.' t' Ou lit, .i)aytona, Thilursday, M rtih i24, night. are easy't ot, they never gripe and wn e' than one who do t t ,.
':T 'e'.. ..t i i i" ''t ;" .' IPa tlka Mouday. MarC h. 28, n ht yet they a e absolutely certain to pro-
Sresolt. t i. T t a mat. for r -adue oult dt t areb atofactr in c
A1... .511.ui against t p dt ft. r 'resent i ty tbuiy drg, Marth .. -us t all s isftr PUI h lHED ) AILiY B.Y--
.' lary, ,, ,l t t nillo d sda Mparcl .J ob Ha Beein Mad Free r- I JON & CO.* *
aira* of th st. itte at a, gt M orin: ty Ala lan, 24. ..Th ov. 0 : 44"llord W,, *'r d a d 0
I" .Tkait)latr. .h) W'Wo.h k .arW i.ak r.Si\VedTu, ay, April ....T ""riHird<1 TT rSt A *E CYOF WAL'L. T*T 2.'R
trk,.e\edei day Aprii o wie was satmma d to th940 pen tentlarygod ..t ... .. use *
SResolved, 4 'Thalt t ltt ... i 'lros,' G hu rNday, April 7, p p for: 20 yeasi fEr assaultingg a yt.iin.gB a r *t a Xenth|

putsl 1 1n Ee ti t i l lLit
An : t u "tt. i as aayibe .ru Newb ry 'sdy, April 12. h A g~idot wail i time cotes as a t.h v...r-
Ofuly agill J~el) lot~ivotoo nt1

Fork ''pi S''eWj *,ibi bdOh-r
bytho maipalgig Committ*1'o. 01, this Woo
1) te aipagaeoualttu~ .Pot hite, wt'diueiay, AprIl II8, A'esitt of itnbearable pain rrom over -.~'~ h a
'p t. txed o'ps. Diauess, ba Ih IL'.eI l
2 aittoes for vongress a 2 tritmfordl 'hursday, ApOil 14, A l e/t ouiklm E li 1 Aa 1 1 1 1 Ia
wa4- smeetlugs shall be a4vortitod ii, .k an aAB Tto t A* CT, LT gLI I C
40fiwlpa itivi 5) i 'th tt. 1o 01 iut U4 PutI AIU n u t Try tifheat Only qStot
'' lir;tit, ell't ^ ..iL4,i.I. .m na u'sttPI l 'Q t oil
Rsolv 0, Theo fhe 0e,0Waigtl l% u We dtitusdsy April A0 aoon- .'a's.dby all.druggists 2
ph heof%'eectv otmt hiie 5prittgsThturaday, Audi Sth, ---"'--" -- IS. ES VOYLE. MQGR.
) to ball a vt the chairman an AW Iharlf Till* AMdril fl na. $ittrr Huh Kli'ioib
2(142~ ,9~A rsaq At~44 onec uneauber eppolosntl (ibe Iatu s~ ~,y, Apri wRooan a Jao .:n -.'ank awsoa an 40q. Our man'
and M16 aaumriwia 'r1ii 'lplti 1.0j Cl0E~~ ty~ 6 ti Api RoAT
*04' '00MA ai Qfe s0iente ed Ahly e" Mat wit h,
AM~~a~slyPasadwA Libiral Offor., byt t##ntehed(494ha9
tho 0!
hR~ ^ ^ LAA.:^..;:***. .'.*'

ulic 6st from Btilounass,
STorpi4 Liver, Jau n-.
a|4noxv, lttouwss, rls.


jrI.t.'i AnaotIiv r.1tsl 3uggtI ishliver
E|MPLOY A 'LARGE FORE l'p tt, I tletEarlyai

''li'Beginir 13In tw' iays-WilI I Er-.'to i t t ': l
Ii atier .o "r fou litt as
oft6f Twenty Men at Once. aseffectivesahartic. The
ehvtlle r sto have another man ,,ly vegetable and absolutely
tig entq ,,:pris. e .. Th to 1h o .lvsr.
W. Joseph of Ocala, represdIitnia i PMPARIR oNL. av
jUnion tooperage Co., the largest L* *D.C.eWgt & C .~ Ca O ,
pmostextendive aggregstion of batr-
anufacturers in the. South, o''his d by l n ggists '
In (aineaville for the past two or Soldby All Druggists.
ie days arranging for the establish.-
't of a branch of the company hvre. 'MAY' BE HER MURDERtER.
SJtoseph Thursday sueoecedod in se- ,-
Jg from the Atlantic Coast Line, Detectlves Believe They Are on the.
the pu tse of establishing a ftta Traqk ,of Miss 8chaefdft, Slayer.
;y a ooinmodious loti hi Sout iedford, Ind., Jan. ,29.-"-oetctl,v
inesville,.imniediately south of the e wmklg a rigtd search for a man
r4d IHard are Oompany's warehouse. who regtstcred at tW .Park hotel from
ilaot is 100xi00, whii will affor Palot ll.0 a lhay a'# two b tforo th.
iple bhildig and storage rpom to: leit sid.enty Sarh neali monaefe adr
let..t.sitideipily' thO uext'Motning after
6o0ecute an immense buasi'fes. the ni'ltdr witou puyu i bl
Bids are now being received for the the mitlorIes Bay that they have
reotion of aetuitable building, the. di' acv1ered 1 a1 olow which they thinly(
tenesins 'of which will, be 100 Q60. 'ustiios thm' In placing hum among
'hese bids will be olosed4 on tlhe lirst i) u susec, though they declilno to
fthe following week, and it is e'sti. w,+haWit tle Ilnformai tlin Is.
tad. that the ctttract.r 1will begin The nlar. wated it a stranger it
lprk at onee, and wili.have the build-'. etdfor, welgh about' 14 pounds, 8anl
eady forWooupanay by the mni)ddl "fa la Sargl, sanIy mion"stab ITo.
f Marcb, wan tabout.t Toot,' 8fIinote In heIght,
as roe tthiere is little machionery anld worI(t: a brown suit. of clots e* o
,, in the cooperage business re. good texture. ThIedescription given
,ked 4 r. Joseph Fr daty. tnd we the ioffilc s r)odnles that of the main
ll b ready to begin operations as whom they're 'stlsfed 'was en t
t as we (oan get into the building, 1i to WMls a Schafefrr, or a woman|
peri15something on.theorder 6f drhnssed l ite is b iS chnfor'. t the:
rpeter-he carries them of his mtt ofthe alley, where the urder
Wit toolsIwth .im, hncethere wil waS. cotnmitted .
Ito lt. h beenl l.od that 1'tinImani
Sn.trouble In th o oay f utting appeared at th Monoi t
o .tion 'lThurday night iad been out in
Z'ie.enterprise will have a eapac- the irha wiltho n t ). ila In out
tf abtput; 60,000 spirit barrels. per 6lo(iturlg ,a (II t1 1it'at*ei ndl ho ci-
er, whioh 1is quite a big. factory, deftly iuu heni in ,a u;tri>,. 'I. "
btitlnued Mr. Josep. "The compa pny eans restlessly uilp and tloi lit h I
'uptpsed to makesonly spirit bar- tel otice. He left mIddonly .'riun
els, but it may be tsible that they morning before breakfast, A man of
4,1 branch ou in '.iy rup. barrel de- siluilar description entered theo 4-
ametifthed ando will warral:t houeo of the Monon coal chutn at
OI...... he' ncatiAtle Mon(tfy night folowing,
When ked about the salary of a and ,i.m1nold to lho hystorital. Heo criod
Ioper and the number of me n the ai.l said that he lhad comtniltted aUn
,iw plant would employ, Mr. Joseph Aiful i"ht'. It was sald Dy thIe men
tated that'asa rule a eoop'r would iwht ;.iw him hiat he was tighttly do.e
srn about $2.50 per day,. "We will ito d, terlii wvi .alt seen going to.
hiploy at the beginning about twenty Wards CrawfOdvl[i'.A
rien,, he said. "The average cooper
ioo Have YoO Indigestion?
0.4bout the most liberal" man in the
oQrld when it comes to spending If you have indigestion, Kodol Dys.
oney.w With' twenty coopers enm. pepiat Cure will cure you, It. hits
iloyed at an average salary of $2.) oured thousands. It is ouring people
i'r day you will saee that the ciomnier- overy day-every hour. You owe it
illintersts ofOfGainesville willba in-, to.yoirself to give it a trial. You
eased~about $400 per week-which will cintiont to.suffur utintil you do
ll be felt in a town of t his fize." try i. There is no other combination
esale by of digestants that digest and rbttild
bls factory will be established by at the enit time. Kodol does blth.
e Hoimenes Cooperage Company Kdol eure.,'str igthtens aanrld rebuilds.
hoih forms'a parttof the UnioniCoop.- old by all druggists.'. "
o Tthit iT he" Holmes .om '- -
h' e r operation at pr nt DRUG TReATMONT.USLE
tto Vs ., ne ,'f thte a9tget C 'a..toeHr t
go plant.iin thil United States.! Calls of Pneumoe alad to be Hiad
slbo h4e othet plants, the Cear- Chicago, Jt9 P r W gitratm t
soo 1orida being at lawklnsville.h 'i. less In Jcai. of pneumoniaa The
T Hawkinavill plant' is now edlcal profession, 'so far as mel,-
ploing about twenty men, but It c'iBnes are concermiel,, can hle of no as.
e0t0o that a great miy of them itanie in the fight against tlhi di -
h' sent'O Gaineel'e.' I e The sooner the pro~s5io ) will
--* acowledge thds o tho putfl t: and
StIlcide Prevented. '' ". t~ to work to discover Mom.e pciit
Sslit.artling asnnuonioment that a to save p.neimo nia patients, tbe bet.
entlve of sliclde-has been dtbov.- ter fr al" concerned,
will interest many. A run down Thh .tIarliiing statepient ,qy .)Dr, Ar'
a, or despbodenoy invariably th,4r. )h. 16t4, 0who sads' high i thij
de atlelde and. something hims proteaton, Ais tiredd .-.p the montim
adlati present thatcon- of 'the n (.hie4o Mdilal iwl ty
rwish ake *uAtleide liely.' :At a tlie.rta+tingt, .t Versl ply <,i*Hns'
Bleiis.,ittere. ,t being great ti arraitg"nment. AILtad Uto admit,
ai nevlne wilP trengtent tre: however, T.h hat t no infinitee ,tro) .
amid bilid ap the system. It s edy known, nod thai they hmaod thetlr
Sgrwet stomach. liver and kidney tey nght t.inuene the p. t .t fat.
ath Obnly al o, 'sastilfe t.m orably by easing blhm somewbt. s"ad
.IdK. r i ..... ., ,protet!s solely on the eontontiosm 'that
|era ofHoward Smith., by the moral effect of their t pr'eenam,
e o d Z... seith Was P#rienL of Queen V
asostponeat therad on N w YVorlo, Jar., ,. Mrs ,Mary,
,de Trevi sy. friend ..t, I o
a?8lh'e10te k a : ,* tht t' Qt.' eea V i ..lIs 44 at

1 th46oae,4 ti nmay $ to v..sto.a after ,her5c".lesio to 't:
SteAn*l daMfnsrtikm A '^.. mia1 ma5s ii..i t41 a i av*.-

a,, ..t::y ., pre.

ow York l at T
ricai l u lotI l t o

re a0.l uittoin o t hal e 't )t)ra..ront
time bilitnpR te ,Moiling dtqctlyo e I L D .
the monm bors In order to atoi pirs
.e tng ut te debate sd tt 4 full quarts fine. old ye, express prepaid, s3.20.

mastr wet hov 4 full botesRich Hill, express prepaid1 $4.120
t11 w i llnit'o f .ii mma,4 .
1 Oilrt 'hl',L "t 'i i ": I)lo I') I15 [ (T. .W r 1,, '
go1 IWt1itArutu A' r ti All 01 4,s'll )l11 m l ickil 1 <.( mifrt ... A +Vlry ,:l .tgo .
iis td i'i'ssu it our e '1ii ib ;'y ido ct st wl thi 'intl gu(' fit i Iu'-m 1 M to. ,,4Oper) 'l' llt II,. L
godl so l*:I 'till e hQ rtilpolir'd itl(y .) eHfcio i *ltr,
liii I ktowv uI a ple i v onr A lI hA I ITi 1 I'" 1 '. lA kIONVIl IS I.
?Ir Sd QI o ti'eet wi0 ro ie h o i (ou tut llte .. ... ....
Htti instiio !w f o htt quryru( (* *..:- ^ 1"*""*m. n ^"^ a '^f -a :

,orSalby Johso nB1i.. 1ane Isvflle
DS"teFe- Or Ait,: 7esm

.. ...........
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8 Q4sarts, $$.25 12 Quzstes $7.50

iS needed in every ribhome for e t f winter ilsI. 'WA e iuantet
the age, unequalled purity i and tfint" aor of atll our iiquor.
Uncle Sam has iven us the highest prof thir ti.erit--i: the.
imainner i whidc our bands stnid the Government teL, Add
your veodict to Uncle Siti's. Seindu iSia trial rder. You'll tb
satisfied-but if 'not w he'll r'ttirntyour inothyt. You have h iend'
of thiAf assortment of Kentucky and lntuiisylvatulii Ryes before,
from 7 to 9 years old. We gmitirantee Age uind Purity. .i order
to hitroduice out goods into every hoIne we hIve decided to.con-
linue the .,Specil..Low Price" of $2.6, for 4 Full Qtiarts,
Express Paid, W. shipin plain boxes, sending a glass and cork,
screw ftee. Nothing sent C O. 1)D. Ou terms are caih,,

Glendale Springs Disti'ng Co.,

'REFERENCES: ." a t'"pon,.(no. : Atlatntat, GA