Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01859
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01859
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Betion w4 a l'iW cMO Wned by 0 the ende- 0WE.R
R,. ->VANIlT ai a nspection was made of W ATE

os MISS NEILSON f lttta, which were declared to
ever stowed on two young people TOO
4..0 .the advent ,f their -married life. Then
[at Nuptials OcOOu a:t came the wedd mg breakIfst. isissippi lood (
N*w p' R l ar.I and Mrs. Vanderiylt left ftor
*, .... theire new viyla at Sandy Pooikt, a feIw OnRneerx
GUEiiRTt'.II .'r;e 4ENT. miles up the island, during the after ...
... noon,. where they will spend a few
rartop. anld Rarei ai Qostly days previoU to a three months' tri ve dredMn Are
i! Marked .vennt-,Brid.e an ... . Work to -Prevent Watt
in oiolpients of Many Eiab~rto HNRMIT OP HARKER'8 HOLLOW. larging the Crevasse
rip to EuropeO to Polw. Miserly Recluse Dia Leaving For- Lve to Give Way.
]. L, Aprl 5.-Th'e wed- W tue Behind Him. New Orlean, April 15.-
nald Va rbi, ofNw dr, N. J. April 15-etrk today eered in th
S toun et son oftbie late Oor- n .82 yvearr s Ikl, Known a the the Waterloo levee, on tl
Vanderbilt, and'Mlsa.(athleen G ma r hermit f ITrkr's aw 0 of the river about 70 aPil
of New York w h e fond dead in hi vel.ty a the orng
S t Arleigh at Rnoon had not bcen seen fr Bseveral day thOTe were tha-t the situa
was a brilliant as wela aud ,ne'hors entered hho evone and sidered serious. Wate
~ begiiing of the social sea- "n a oved thruga crat'hio 1
190 At .Newport, AA th,,mar- ound him sttng in an i mp 'ise diameter afar thoe ba
ooak latewport at chair; his head on one side. Flynn ian dtham et e narIthat it bas
rmuch aof" the splebd Or which ever been mtld, vand aell the annot be built the we
tteads a. 6churloh f. money that cam lInto his possession ., e e h
a tteds o.,huih function, hehoarded. w.i Vt trus t any ll ive away. Five hun
0 uetse, naty fall from New o the banks, t kept it all in the at the scene and four row
Srookery he called home. The house the longest 200 feethav
was barricaded (ront and back, and ea under,the lreetlod
no one could havib broken dito it with n Le04o, of Ihe levee oar
out a long siege,owav btilt
It was known that the oI3 ma-n A nudwbox Wa* built t
ha money, pand when' the archers c l the soibened A eoleton
broke open his trunk they, fo;,d a pile Is the Softened cb.lto
of bank bills covered with mould, OQt due to the long period t
of the old rags on which' he slept has ood adal&inst it. A
many pieces of gold and silver fell. point would be dangeroa
There was an old can in one corner. M~iaisslppi Valley ro ..
S It had some musty four. I it, atni I n on, flooding uncrods ol
the bottom wba a batg of silver coin. ton land truck farm
SIn the'weiatbhm boards, ithe chimney, river section and subs
under the rafters, in fact, wherever sands of acre of valuable
the men se ched, they found money. In the Ponchhartrain dlitr
When counted the money found The wo' at Hywtela
amounted to nearly $3,000 In gold, ail continued .today with
vei'. bills ad pennies. force of men, but it wi
It was learned that.Flyna had a sila. days before It can .be
ter living in New York an4d she was whether the renewed el
at once telegraphd for. The sister the crevasse will be sue
S had been to see Patrick last summer. nation reaches here th
She alleged that she knew that the the crevasse is flooding i
money found was a mall part of the of LaFourche pari-h alc
a O NAAD c. VANDUXrB LT., wealth of her brother and ordered the damage will be done iiuli
, were present. search resumed. closed Thle two creva.,e
Moe decorations were white oA a er l'Fourohe are being
aground of green; bridesmaids AFTER FUGITIVE FORGER. The river here ts 19.9
Sgowned In white, with Wvhte pic-
: hate; the bridegroom, his: best Detachments of Regiment at rort Tot. MANUFACTURERS
Lh asid the ushers wore white pauff ten on Man Hdt
Vte and white boutonnlerea, and National Asdoclatlon Con
iWride, of course, was attired In the New York, April 15.-With rifles Orleans-Large Att
,t white., The -day wats gray and loaded and belts filed with ball Ax- Vew Orleahs, A.pril i 15
. witfh a misty northeast wind rldges, detachments from the regi- atln of ManufVa'turers
lWnt in from the sea. (.- .meoit at Fort. Totten,. scoured, the hundreds of millions of In
San hour perceding thc'ceirenony neighborhood yesterday in pursuit of lean capital began at it
a, ounira4e, who ,bALd been, imprisoned, day with what proniic
f for forget, had obtained his release most Important annual r
S- another and promptly fled. the history of the orgar
The fugitive was a member of theI open and avowed hostility
P fty-fourth .oast artillery, a4id was D. M. Perry towards the
attached to the company of the dila. organized labor has &ttra
hburtag officer for the school of sub- tentiont and the largely in
Stride defense. He had a cess to gate representation front
I the check book and forget Oaptiain manufacturing states of t
Bailey's lghature to & check which declared by the membnir
Ih tbiad' cashed in his own company, largely to the interest I
IObtak0i4ng leave of a4 'ace he catne, members in the labor tIs
to this city. Meanwawie the forgery delegations f om the east
hd been.fd4covered and soldier. were Eglaand states arrlv'ld
dispatched in search of the clerk. He, yesterday, and the sipwcli
wais totun and taken to ,fort Totten ng the representativeA <
trd house. All day Sud ay.:h was states section came Inr
Co fined there, .J with President Parry ar.<
"l "teisoday be was taken uitUter guard of the association, Irnit
^ 3 -for an interview with Captals a3iley. the arrival of the train i
"n C cAlraTiteL as g'5. Ag he came out he handed to the gpthered at the Tuite h-i
orchestra played and Just at oon sentry a "release" saying "Give that pity place, where J4ame V
. meured StranB of the L n the sergeaat' The serat reog- president for utslan <
L, March gignalled the approach of nlaed the -order for relede.;: and thO We-ntito to order; Muh'
.'brtdala par The Rev. Father eltork went to his teat. Hlastily bian- dertielle, of New Or-lelan
ian, attended by two altar boys, dling at hs civilian clothe-. together he W W. Heard, addlreased
lously, had taken hl place at a Swam the creek which separated the In hearty speeches of ,a
.: star, and just as the procesalon fort frmli the atnlaJnd likely disappear- Pr'ident Party rdspondl
t down the grand staircase Mr. ed. Just a. It became Iimown that the the convetlon settled i s
i 1t, accompanied by hls elder releases" wai also a forgery. rious bhu lossi of the te
l^.t. 'red owiyne. VaadrbMrlt, .. -----'*' i'. -b.a,.- ; lo! with tih rdaai.
| It.t Ulms. bes.h n l. :( ......5 .Old A e-R4rln Rae-m s Pri es., d nt's aRu alS r,ort.
S adanced on the arm of her New York, A .tll 1 -.A po4os at4 Mar.iall CilalBs, ni
do, PWreark Getbar4t. Her four the private Ibrary of D2ailai t. App e tr, followed with his a
tenal were M. l sabeile May ton is being .old at tact'op, Tfh *iho1a. an Increase In
itpat Mis "..lorence Twni largest bid of the ope.lep ea wa fors of 100 pe&t est during t
sy a coast of Mr. Vandftrblt, Miss copy of one of tith fnt Bible priated *4 eathUftaKtory 5naszvn
o.tt Pfrmonu. sail Miss NathalSe In the BogstIh laneage. etate4 )Sg The chairroan asnouncel
hI.ck This rate spedulsropgt $SlBNa A consutsteea a4 st I

v aers who led the prpce aSI, book o't common .yw, i.yg mt-. t for. t w
i Jules B. Neltso b iMie; Uli1 'Adaams. of Orsta:gei, N. n1ihab primer @ y7 VI, Ito t Onai. po the aiMuaal Trel
i ath.r Burden, of New York; '11h and Last, bswtt $. S tasi of -elt ts.
ISto' of B yructse: Peter O* t'fl Arst. book. of wib sti op
-r an- Albert Gray,'. of Nei* t t aterk , o to e bIM ,WI O*s- BM-, W^,
S... .- na d ,O A The ttl for th .
brde was gowned in havy *ale was P#,4, ^ IV, lt.
with a costly retr of sass
back truss the CTo r *.'*dr af ***:. Nanef passe neares
ed of ti:he ta. S1'lM .7.W M "W M.,te, N9..N
S-'7 a
aite -ii aiiM~a^ihj.-^ .-itiiiif-*'. .'1 ..* ....i W''^ lf-a~lf ^^ M I^ fl M HMi%~

master of the tralinne d' organastMiwm N|W 0RL4 sa
iTILL n St. Paul coidting teegot-NEW Q i
tions for the committee of those or-:
rp'E gianlzatio h with the Norther Pn. o rft f IRE O OF : i:
-tnm itsa position today and sends for
the committee the latter *111l return to t ad
olnditionnS their homes andi a poll will be readEast SideofWet-st -
I-on the proposition for a strike and Fme.-.. '
OUS. action will be taken.
T DANGER. "The Northern PactfFusod to FLAMI8S &TARTtED If HOT~
SDANGER. grant Its ie what every other trash .
Scene continental road has allowed," sald cene of the Fre W at' theI $iStll
on Scene at Mr. GCarrot-tson. "The company re-
ers from En- -fuses to do and Causing era in a way to equalize matters. There Many. $mail Boat Wter ~Burned i
Is the obstacle.''or Ty d B
TIh grand o"torn ,-with the commit- Th+ C M
-F1hlod inter- tee called ot (General Maniager Coop- New Orleans, April .ll.-A-n e'Wily
le trouble at er y'at-rday, but the latter told thelni morning fire awept th1 I4mat A m
ho etast bank he c-uld not accept their propositions. West l'n-d; the ateamer reort o0t LittW
os a))ve the Today will develop idosive r-mults. Potechartrain, destroynil oonitd4etile -
advices from property tody. 'The Ore ~4Vpartaa*
tiolun wasf con FLORIDA LIMITED WRECKED, f0oul.tdItHlculty iI reaching tUhe 4M4ek
r 1l pouring and bucket brigaldel. weore- itowerless
8 to 20 iuchesa southern Passenger Train Ran Intoi to stay the flatu ts. -+
e tor loveO an Open Switch. The aztia staxtedt.n the COapttail h*boi,
ae iaun-around Helon, Ga., April 15.---Th Southarn tel, which wa destroyed, alm with
akened levee railway veSt.ibuhkit train No. 14. the' a utlabor of smaller ttulnee. ettabt)l. a i
ulr'rl men are "[Florida IliUttn(4" going south, ran 'tulontI and boat house., The iNst
s of cribbing, into an open switch In tho yard here silort- loss-es wore SUlwta4n, bye the
re been start- yesVttIlaIy morning,- adi was partially metnlbe'ra of the Southbrn Yacht lttb.
or Pt residtt wrecked. A large utimiber of .oo s. lat boilte
i, State ingl- ..Th'e engine. rain into an open box' and yachts were at aitnhor In the t
tCrsar. on the sido track and wrecked wh a the fire started andl' many w.-.w*i9 i
o the rear of it, detailing the t giln, mail and tX.- but l, before they ctult be movet .1I
,nt of danger press cars. Mi out Into lthe canal. Am the boatU
f the levee The engine was turned over and the turned woti siome of the best known
lhat the river -all ca- taurlaed diagonally across the in the Smuuthertm Ya-iht'o-ltf floet. T
tIroak at this tradk I losis ottiMltettl -at 0, 00.$ "
s, puttl g the r ngilneer QGorgoe LittleI stuck to his -.
out of cond- ,D uutAtl the -ngiU le -tngia hoi_-4'i,4 FIRE DESTROY- IPIAY HOURLK -
Stitres of cot. Whten he Jtm1i11Ad, hraTising oneo 1 0 .- .
V in thie new slightly. Washington Theater at Rome. N. Yo.,
iurgln-g tiotholt eire! nn fRoomwt1ll wa slro bruilised Burned-Lose 160,000. :
o sugar lands by JutnpitAg,
Ssugarnd An engie was sent front Lumber Ioatoe, N. Y,. April l.-The Wa-s
c.rvaase was City to take patelongor atnd b)tggago Inste thiater here, owned by Watl la
an increased ears on south, tlaaying them only & (inoime, of Owwogo, wasM destro-
II 1e several about an -hour and a hall t y fire early today. The loas 1l* i
d1 e tevermn e---....tween $w15t)0 utid $150,000), about',
ffet t me AFTER ARREST HE 8UICIOED. oeredti lay li'itiaura e. Tho Arl l
fort to cloe hotel. adjoing, took ire twi '
t tful.r from. Brooks County Man Put PlatoI Ball the flames were extingulslhod -
t water rom in tain, much damage being one ,
iy and great Quitman, GO., April 14.---vy r)DmI,. The wall of the theater flat r *ll, .i
ey it cadn be plor, a young man 23 years old (ald a s-emeo of pertolonl who had e roWade,41
S the low lving 1}5 lilies fI'roi Quitman, in the Within tho fire llnen 'he thAOeatei
closed. eastern part of the county, conitti1d bulhlting al06 contained a attmber o
feet. uhlidoe by shooting hilseoltf In the, o 1fied atnd twL hlubi, T 'r propdrty ?
head. was- all destroyed.
MEET A deputy sheriff had gotn from Quit- .
I -MEET. r man with a warrant for him and mad-e. POLICE PROBING MYSTiERYq,"-
Stb llarrast. Arraugemennts wore nadel .
vnaM at New for him to conm in an,- make bond Body of Man Found In Barrel with.
endan o. and theo officer was asked to take din. Throat Cut, .
rprleAentlng ner with bl family, New York. April I.wA mtwder .-W
Vteted Amtor lie then asked pIerMmlion to bathe discovorod early tod4y lby the oidting%
xllnte hall to and change his clothllg. Boon after of the body of ea 01t, apparently etA !i : j
d to be tl reti rlng to his rooi the sound of A- Itatliani. In a barrel IpE Wat Et le'1 tW .L
convention in pistol shot was heard and on open inut ateet, near tho dooks "The ma :i
nization. The the door he was found to have placed tb-roat w cut from ir to ear anti ties
-to Presidon'- a pistol to his left temple and sent body was warm. .
e metbods of a bullet through his birtln. A scrub woma(t on her way to work
acted wide at- -- -- Itoday itoticed the tArrel on tte. -14*
creased dele. i ATAL GAME OF BALL. walk antd sh iW s i hanging on I,
thi various I tanti coat sotked with blood.
he north was Newnan Youth Receives Death Blow Informed the iUo* Trho' Sr:pi, n
e to be .due1 from Swift B$l( th..f only- -tW're "tIiu'liN eral
aken by the- Nownaii, Ga.. April 15.--While play houirt' search .as the lettherI s ..W. T.7'
*tIon. IArge lg i a g samenof baseball here "Puncus painted on. tho bottom of the Ihal iM
ran and New Arnold was struklt Just over tlho heart ,but the putoe think th4se lttt0rs w:l
"inday and by a swlft itltl, -aid thruan 4 .lg-4inl tIn r "vealil t'
at trtin bear.- He was stunned for a moment, but mystery, It is IUppose that e'tv*9
if ih i middle apparently reee)vereci from the shock body IntlWt4d to throw the body I1tO -
this morning and' ritfuamed hit place in ttie gaie, the rtveo r after bt pgilnl l tirt e I r i
other ofe-etrs linmedlately upon regainlgn his ptli, wagon, bt found thoe p |l t "
vradiSely upon tlon ho fell to thi giroundi aid expired, BliveEth tt El dle alo4t'iroppe4 the
tLe deleates Physdlans were- hurriilly suin load i tl itretat in a hiry, fe!trl:ag
all it Univer. moned, but all "fforts to r% tore a-ni 4 1se .,ieg'y,-- -
y iP o re h v i -e -. t lo .. i -T o v e d u a a ai.-.I- i-t*. -. " + 'Ir I 1 :: I '****'k'
e Ail* son o'f A. IL- Arn-mA, ettay sierv'.y or. CMthntit Ap' .AA-rit 1S'!A party 4

tsh doeeat London 8tock E xseie.- ----- ftbt.of Pith, axsoeg them Sn'
the defeat I Idon, April i -.-t--ilnies on tht .prin ,ivi l .litta lI,: O
eldome, and Stock Eelinge tday opened with e Qs ]folflks, i.. I}, J.1, i e. J*SI
eSfd. to thm strong decline In. Amelritc., with, LK. Clmhans ofka bdts pilUs, sl nso
sl to thb ie, however, remained aevei parity. Thells oeparl Int ooiwg*d. of the .iifornl
". begin." was no elteme'nt and ooly e nes q4ik, srived thit ofy early hM
of the proe tma atic Per th arra ifrom Ne
ttta.I.'. fuli Niiw York. quot.-lo. the .eWt bIase been iltikb t h nua eaml
loJsl e" took but llftte bad In the market *4 (o" of t-e v 4h i il suprenime
.e report there were plenty of buyers of 0Ib kepe"r oft e< s l. + laborsts
anitrb,.lp ashtare Sa were "ored. The "siw' preparst -s h biee 15154e for theil
he s i._ye- at mairet opniion here is tit ti- recoptiop hi.ere 5. they were met
al .ndio -i r urities decision w0) net by o+ S"a "tte s..d escorted to
1i51 wtitsIl' r ty str vMues. The 1.l444 the btjealid A bMnquet will be
.-l Atio- .Amer<-n hmiPe MV $L4ota tamnde .. this tonolitt. followed br a

bg' a,, a t aIslaH n 0tir Ia rsptqv uibli :+ "
voted to4 ew YNork trafdoOL to Av4Tri.h.
-see. :e. .i e Thres n wle. eOmtt e, .,.i April fs.-- The
F Mtertsi .rd .MonWomnry. Ed.. *Aplr.- ,-,i W)1- Z ipw -ee.bur' ominiy^ Ml.tli* a ve
fyIillot. Htm brows, S me et.hpt, g 4rsled 5 c.as*4 Qto aVvo4 troublW. There
a etter from nmakows i ,. s a large aLar ofi men read y t.o .
! tag dte 1ithesli tuhat aie~ zitirio i wo" bu' as e co let as itas -L
Slly .N t H na of brtlge west Of b bIt~h r} 4a tl4i 9ll| ( 015:.4 down al .*

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4a$Ift ,;oa, ired "Hehap
li donie aorontyr oan advaieem
ot his home towa thn lany other i
n 1882| he built the 004iOl Ho bui4lg was, destroyed by fr i, n
ut ihat 188 Ohere arose, Phoeoit-l
S e of W-the best briok 6 ro0oto'es
grSrrd~, coasting 1i7, a atin
uIji4Xag tio he energy and em t0prs
$4 Itstowier.
- Mt.. Brown was the pioneer h1
deheopme nt of the orange In4
oi Marto n ouunty, and without
p.afa.e ,in the + phosplnhatn i
ip ttonding over 4Ol70,00, for1 the SimM
Ihoopha| open pany in -this tn SrptI
|/ 1890 ". was honored by ht lo

Ati1h inl, hratiftOU aon of his loas
ilept, Hei l. .now reprosen.iag
2a$I s senatorial district in .the p
n oh d of Florida Legilattr. t ".
-Mr. Brown is one of t.he leaduig
hse men of 0ohle, is progressive,
uip-to-date, and well thought of
homiie. Having amadi a success In
Sown affaIrs, it Is the opinion, of 4
that he would make a suooessful oc
exsautive, and hlie wt haViet, a Si
I following whon- the- tlme rmathu
timt taopen his campaign.
!Saved the Loved One. I
Mrs Mary A. Vlets, Newoas
.l.o., writes: 1 believ.. Balli
qtehaUoad Syrup is superior to'
olughedim e ,u ,and-will 'do
Is clamd d for- it, and i v'
^jaet.t to take. o My little, girl w
pK e It when sie has no riced til
11 )ortUoindl. Syr a.*
Sfor 0 11 plmotary a( t ros

rb ithObh chapter, U. L) C,
n ;^ h catoriota nieting at
0 of Mr.'5. H. Ald ermian Thurk
m at 4 o'clock, at wliuh 'A
mosa. ..i H. Mtvi vV

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tsha Of Stf therat ** kyver Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Seernc0
I^ade* and bladder rTe'ledy.. Time Table in effect February 6, 1903, :'' ..
-1 WtithInto rdhr.It is t gretmedl- mdI-
'# Ia.It) ^i cltriwnph pf the nlne- -' W:r e
e Ogle Brteenth, Qentury; dis- Depart For GAI&ESVILLE ... ive Fr
'6;1W i:pale .,, coveredr. after years of ------'' ,
S4|W' w is dtt k ,r 0 r. Kld the pmd l- Daily mediate Points Daily
* lipe t se F.ndspecialt,.dand.ts 12:37pm Oeala, Leesburg and Tampa, and. .. :.; ,46 p
wondefilly aucceesful Iin promptly curing Daily Intermediate Points .Daily
;tQoekiteper larne b k, kidney, bladder, urio acid trou- 5 ,'.
,lubeinrspt.rit's Deasewhch interest 2:40pm Palatka, DIaytona, Jacksonville, 1:45 p
I, ,ortn ber rhe im %- oet tid e. tro .oere.- Daily North, East and West Daily
re .pre6t a t .time of omendedforeverythtngbutifyouhavekid- 8:45pm High Spriings, Savannah, and all Points 12:87 p:
a s wa ; e o d0rbond of unt the ~medyyouneed. It hasbeen teste Daily N E________o, -- ____Wt. .
nso many ways, in hospital work, in prvateRnd np
i rg theelpss too poorto p- 4:40 955 a
if ihe :J.dlt co,^ and, beiu. chase relief and has proved so successful in Daily ochelle and Micanopy Daily
to our tohe baail, wa ~r% ne eve ca Fthat a speal arrangement has ., ____
A,. .. . .been made by which all readers of this paper '
,epwhoae not alrey tried it y hae 20 pm .0 a i
he plhae hae not tolerant d blied Iy mail, ao a book "op Oeala, St. Pe, ersburg, Palai; ka, Jacksonville
-eDeputy SeriffRtt. A. telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Daily Daly
1 wl'o went to Qyril for that pur- findout f you have kidney or bladder trouble. -_-_- _____ .:
Whewritingmenttonreading thicent rous.
Sewr i : i c r o e r this papr and ae earus Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over .18,000 miles of amoi the pi
end your ddress to e pal railwaysn the Southern States, are on sale by the principal ag t.
Ixlolo KI h Ttn DrK mnr&Co.,Bin, Through Pullhnan sweeper Port mampa to New York, via Atl.a*tn Co
attu A\ ) 15,lB* F ;i.awl o re5 ul hamton, l. Y. Th n Lne; alsovia Atlatic Coast Lne arid Southern Railway.
i4 wo; tjure ta a b regular fifty cent and booo swtee P. For complete information, call on n
ip io rta are sold all tood J Ak OlOlrDWIN TIl.kt* Arn* riaci





w Mt. W to t l t Don't make any mistake bat remem- Address'
Wab b be thie name, Snwamppot, Dr. Ki- FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Com'1 Agt.. *W. D. STARK, Tray. P.s. Agt.,
prep t lo th s amRoo an haddes 188 W.Bay st., Astdr Bnilding, Jacksonville, Fla..
e to aetas the aus, ltamto. Y,. on evry bottle; H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., YW. J ORAIG, Gen. Pass, Agt,,
0Wh, ud1Wan it ,w Wt tJWith a ts- Wilmington, N. C. Wilmington, N.: 0.
'011c__ U l Trr_ xr

idid 4la-ler'us Ftherir.sw Det .L2.I l,,,VI)
Ia l nto ...... FIR C.,E BOND and .. l P RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES ,
ol5.patbes.e r." ,. E O d A CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES, "B
-t kndthoei'-4law of Heiry f. Fa. prm -.a numiero 0 tne Conalderation PROMPT PAYMENT op LOSSES.
:.er, t haulti-mil~xonae, diedi# m ,_I Ahm r0an andEnglaJ omnanies.
SBtibore ho,"p.l this mRortning at We cover these important points and respectfully
h'ci.t pemual tl be solicit a share of your business.

onG.. pirll Fi, Lie Ace-ident aiind HIeaihRta
feel h e Worlw dorent.et e ru

S hlirwind tAruf k wpot near the city Get an abstract of title to land before
: f yter"day afternoon urin a r buytne. After. patylig the purchase
I A -daring .az.ono."ney therore often no redress for tax -- Agents for the-
r" anll 6 d atrnoed three house e pSales aan d Lanceled mortgages .
,tirey. The wbidwinhd was. onlyA
1 I wea nfo e't e4e44Ii Manhatt "A lTypewrite Victor Safe and Lock Company
4. able-d e L"2w .
i a wg : ayhousies id tearng up Nov M OT TrIS TRUsT. .. ......
,., w': ho a H L an tai P Q TY ,ST. The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parte contemplate
_'. ._=:.=" .__.. A HU R i1 L TYPE,- ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line
Death Over Lad Dsput WRIT FR $50. from. a box to a bank vaultwill save money
- utda,. u, Aproil 1-Rtusd fortone year. Sold on by consulting us. Call on or address,
ht l ..moIh payments it a slightL ad-
A yUng wh~t a aPlst vanoe to responsible parties.
+ h: t .k kild ohn havor. age Typ ewriter Wbbo8 f or1
athle:fatherofafmly. The CXSHA & FLOR
rob. thoble: grew ook of a^b? f h..e a o 1 / Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
tro S ye 4 a t a t EAlL STA$rv -WELUNof-- F UNES"t
t lahd reued by llVy.6.r REALEESTAL LPIm NO S
r AND L ilk FOR SAXE, 1/BA1/1/1 B B w1/ ,+l
.The y0. e'"iaE. 0"O ylen
8 8 i^W .. N o O W t O- . .-_ _*-
TkeV Nainestille, Florida.
.... A.. J" CL'Y DEd LIl ]E .
o r. They tell t .good story of charles A.
amt- how &ana once s mumoned a
boy weportetant sa-Id, "Tomorrow you
.atr how I ,ita .orakian. I only came T. SCAER, prop.
S herte bt nIght, sir, iwd Ib nven't so
es mniteh as seco New York barbor yet. As
itn ft yht-wh", I never saw a yacht .KOICE BREADS, CAKES tnd PIES
iwe. to y 1. te .n... aver f"ay.
S"Just the reason I sent for you, my
,te m irtei a story that people Dethered to AT Pins of cityr.
ean, rswa; y. o'i. picture th i niSaisfastion Guaranteed S .. ,
.t you'll write with enathtlnasm bemte SPeotal attention to CireOses. Minstrels BETW Bvi
,* t's all W. to you." .. and other travel troupis. Jacksonville an d New York,
SaApe lot. Tq poetry of th sea has n nntinaies. ec. Calling at CHIARLESTo;,, S. C., hoth ways.
per als bn written t by laneb PtO. Bx oali, F Te Finest Steamships in the Coasiwise. Sevic
alway i will be. thne b+,arr k roozml bal -. ______.....__,____....__,,
4e l.- t by a.O*t*l.e -- _lyde New England a id Southern LiLes
d bItan e"~wbtlX o toider. Mr- .ryce, VX-4 .6Direct Service Between JACK ,, N VII,1E BOsTON and
-it upis"Mr. wtl Tbe AmerCale.h PROVIDENCE, and All Easter Points,
h .. . -me t C~ '( KCalling at Charle ston )t oi ways.
l southbound ....... .................. ... F
o n"d.* r L VhRAILROAD. orthbound........ .. .. L-.r sWharf, Boton
Aor" L AW" SD: F. -........ From Foot of UJatherine st., Jacksonville
.. Oa :oe m.oat bioat serie o VERY LOW RATES
the ,Oobehi tapestries represent* the T
w,,.4 ToI, +Clyde St Johns River Line
ti stpioU veWiuref EST, NORTHWEST,- Between S IIiver Lined
SLtte."vt r it n dy te 0 ALIFORNIA atStopping Platka, Astor, Nt Fran is. Bl'rpfrl (l)Iand)I ad Ttk ediate
S Pod t appointedd( os1 feltcw : .-
. ,Ah, It 14 :.a f p Fre Chair i l, nion 4akonile .,,I, ays ard T u' a s
S The at t l Lea es Sauford 9: 2A it...... n... ys, \ dI and Fri(d
S tambassderOitt.p a r a ps4t Mn ept Daset-TrastD Iens. sou thpboi. r .r

ful .a MLL EtR. 84 AL9:80. a rn
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) IS A t es? aggg, NS^^0 W VOVACM.
Kito f t$addcned Fiuthor in O 11B Al1Y ,ABOUT IT. K!YSr whs Way Newk
i:`Nw o. k City, Tin.AitAtltle Recor.
Aopt.il 15.-In con-ueni.c New York, April 14-Germavy is not
ta mde by her -uba 9 ely to lose her tr&ansA-Atlantio record
bye^e not at ho w e ii1 3' lery r some time to comoe, says the'Lon
b| i|old kill,. her a.i e, don repseaentatlv of The Tribune,
aitthter. Mrs. Chaile J ;s O POI U 'The contra tt for the new Cunard lin.
B6oklyn, sought relate th. era. have not yet been placed andi the
ltir sister. i'WhJhe, i drs r new ~Irth erma Lloyd steamer,
listh.. n i A# pr4ng Syste Kaiser hWiHelni IU, which ,ll leave
eted. InfurfIa tr and HeaWlt'h uiider en, to aon her mailden voyage
1oue an ihuntoi dIffts AlhJUi Ac, will, it is coinL-
forl hiswife. Everybody Makes Sick People Well. enCty cted w.rert from ile: Kron
]Urlng Been her, I Wt .he waed ..... ,i ti Wlittm the hoiOr of boing the
.tihod' at hiM stater4ti iaw'.. f-e t tlraisAtlamtic liner afloat, and
i .he hea tie le tplay withb otItr'.idsen bs lat.
ta l w the door hbe locked to iBasea-Burdened omae Idea of the magnitudei of the
nast the wall and grAbbed bi teni andWomen. net steamer fiaiy be judged from the
by the leg as- he B- V fl to O aet that she has eight decks and four
other's arms. Mrl aeger fel There isa nothing doubtful or uncer- tlora of qtuardinple expansion engines,
'or knees an4 begged him, not to tia., about the working and effect c s te of 40,000 horsepower.
the child ine Celery Compound t T' r Tre s ateconmmodatiot for 775 first-
iB r ita wi f d 1rm aa spring cl -io41. seond-olass and 70 steer.
Ii ngt" hby the s supreme system age "as tr and the crew will num-
Ig the lttle d Yt c~i&Lbnsmer tiAd health builder. It ber too.
d brought lher head daown. hii reaches without lossof precious time tle
t .-force upon a sttove. He cause of slikness and diseaso in a way A Promine'nt Minister Recommends
the ehild then and shouted thatno other remedycan d6. Its first Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
te: "It s yor. turn next!" and most important mission is the Diarrhoea Remedy.
ere ran away, and goingto the purification of the lifo stream, increas, Rev. Francis J. Davidson, pastor of
-a friend hande- hii 5 and ing its volume and quality. It then the St. Matthew Baptist church and
"to hurry and get Wdoctor, aa stir- all the organs that work slug- president of the Third District lBaptist I
i..i'irl had been Iu rt gishly.' It restores strength, renews Assoelation. 2781 Second St., New Or-
Sor, who was_ called in, sai vitality, regulattes the kidneys, liver leans, writes as follows: "I have
4'l and Iad 4ee li Osbed lie and bowela, and makes people well and us ed COhaiberlaln's Colic, Cholura
laies and she could not'live.
r was caught shortly e strong. For these reasons Paine's and Diarrhoea Remedy for c riam ps and
ht ding In the moe of Mh Celery Compound as a spring medl- the stonh id f it -
He said he did not knoww iuinestandsfar ,above all other pre- and olic remedy I have ever used.
About the Injury to his child. scriptions and remoedes that promise Also several of my parishioners have
.to much and accomplish so little. Mrs. used, it -with equally satisfactory
IGO TIATION8 DROPPED. .. R. Starkey, Jackson, Mich., says:- results." For sale0by all druggists and
ed ', Purehasc f ,*,, R n Medicine oQMpanes*.
-.--.:. "_ "For many years 1 suffered more, ndiine companies.
ied Purchase of Prslto Roead than tongue can tellfromn eczema and WelrtPao oQ oes To Be Moved.
Abandoned for Prri -Alein bl od troubles. In the spring season San P robico, April r 'The gen -
York, April 16.-A leading JIo lies* disteAses were i- eral offlee of the Wells-Fargo Express
1 the tock astnd P comp y C company, wbhih have been maintained.
| .ed today that the proposed creased and. I often wished to die. ln Ian Franclao ever ence the estLh.
10, of the St. Louise anId Boils and pimples added to my sttftr- ihnment of the company. over a half
l6o road had been abailndoned ings and for weeks. I was not fit to be century ago, are'to be movedl to Now
he present. Negotatilon irve seen. Doctors afforded me but small York this month. The directors'
!Aropped, but may be resumed, relief. I spent scores of dollars for ad. meeting hent'eforth will he held In
saimue-authority declared that vertlsed medicines, but got no cure New York, as well a the annual meot-
|vorite plan has nothdlib to do from them. I got- hold of one of lag of the company, and tIhe new ar-
he recent declon la- th North- your books and read about a lady who rangements, It la said, will in all proba.
e0urities cae. It Was simply a had beon aflieted as I was and poured' bily Wccessitto asome changes in tho
of prit--ed the parties -on Paine's Celery Compound. I pro prsolinel of the board
"i*fled to vome to terms. b '
SWall t reet it that cured a bottle of your Compound with- Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.
c onrol of the 'rWo a out delay and began to use it. After Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park
Ml more oesh tham .the other side I used the third bottle, 9 experienced Ave., Kansas C.ty, Me., writes as fol-
lkt to give. GOlcalp of the Tois- a blessed change, the eczema snad erup- lows "Our two children had a severe
a i pnow in this city deollne to tions 'were disappearing. So. happy attack of whooping cough, one of them
:6the nitter at atll. was IV that I continued with thle n the paroxysm of coughing ould
medicine till my face and body often faint and bleed at tihe note. We
C... "n Oedicine till -my face and body tried ew-r thing we hoa 4 I of without
stigistitng Charges ofBSoodling. were elear and smooth. am a new being relief. Wthin we e calle of ithn our
Ai 'hpr o bin- th wtn in every respect. I am n.ow raiftily doctor, who proscribed F1oley's
O charges of boodling in the . i : wtrot
i lilature in "connection with well and strong, and believe the cure Honey and Tai, ith tile very first
,s aoin. aoe in connection nwt wel May dose the anan to Winiirovl anivo
baking powder legislation w re, a peranet one. May heaven doseat it, a ave d their liv -
4 today by the St. Louls and Cole bless you in your work of doing good ftis subs titutes. Sold by W. O. Wal-
ty grand junite. Circuit Attor- to lulferin#,hunpanit ," lapgdrpgstore.
V yolk and Attorney General Crow ,a.Bru!!g1t.e.!. -
in frequent communication over *...,
long distance telephone, advsin Tht
t other as to the proresfs made by :j fl S cure consipatlon
respective Investlgations. It la IS W W by agtatll the
enough evidence has been soecur- bowels, but regular action cannot be stcuree untl the Ilv r
,the grand Jury at the state eap. secretes ugh biloe to make the. | 4nh,
o secure at least one indictment, execute their natural functions, tiUnntt,
announcment of which may be ural agitation caused bycathartkcs compels .
joon. .c ntinual and Increasing doas to
A ia t>'."_ *ioug bil to make.. ^ *H ** ^ ^

lOIohel Maguire's Bcdy round. .
bMle, 'Ala., A irll 15-The mystery
Al disappearance p. weei k ao of
John Maguire has been solved
Sending of his body in the river.aIt
l Masruire left a not' a a(tt S
tuld drown himself, aa till-health
7, Kfe unbearable, t Dinti. the
fdnitsl tration of Cleveland Co0Il
ire i4.anite'd tate consul
co, iMetico. He was 68 )ersyers
Wi ta_ family. For Sale
onstrtlont of What Chamber- .
nS Oole, 0Ooteraand ar.- .. .
I' rhoea Remedy Can Do. 8 8
eof ouricutolme i, a hgh1ly re- S
citizen of this plaq, had been
Years a sufferer from chronic
nea," writes- Walden & Martin.
tots, of Enterprise,. Ala. "He .1
pd various patent preparationiis
aen treated by physicians with-
kiy permanent benefit. A rfew
s ago he commenced taking llriln
xrlain's ColiUe, Cholera and
O'fea Remedy and in- shortO lne SO1IUTf S E S QUABR
'tirely cured. Mauy ltlseh I .
iirprise who know the gentleman Highet market priee p
i$ify to the truthfulness oe -tthis
'it" For sale by all draggists Aoml eilstoik of no
ioine eomplaneks,'* ,.dd "- *.i. We .h
former CLntlrsrleflman Dies : .. '
Ilry, Ala., April 1.--iColo. 6
l s Wnlth5iit,1 of Wetmpka. *
t paralysi.. He was an
tgres from- Alabama 'dtiu
xth, forty-oeveintt, or 1 o

SegOIs.. t dotM r n' .
a T X a L ..a. .. 3 1 .
d b i
*^ ^~( 'lS fOU4!t Aaiuit I

act* ohen
liver; cures Ch-l;;
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bliouis, Remitting and Inter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the stit of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

by Johnson Bros., Gainesvillo

Retailers and obbers In

nd Fancy Groceries,
arden. Seed and Frtilzers.

ald lfor Obick1ni. EKirgs anld oiher l r.4l
. ort-, os'n0i Flour-ian Bm. Mal, Cotto& 8.0e. Mea)
lle ol th VER BEIfrT g od st the LOW
ain~e .a~~, lItas on abray .
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Dress well aud keep cool with
our latest; patterns in Negligee
Shirts, Summer Hosiery, Summer
Ties and Hats. A new sult of
light weight clothos, no matter
what shade, is thve hing for this
time of year,
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1.10 goods the
world over. They are cool and
set lish.
Fine Shoes
For ladies And ;-ents, und prices
i hait catch the pu rse, Our goods
are seasonaiiitble.

The Outtltters.


-^Alaeina C'ounty

|Abstract Co01
B. R. COLSON, Manager,
The qu(estloi of Title a
r i't enh tihl.t iiei t for the

Abstract of Title
To any piece of land In
Alacht iiCon tiy flirnilh Opil capital ilon.

Ad l sill lmoler' eoneirn.
Ing the redlmipptlii of uiin*
ca nltle'l tax ceriltlhtle t
a uttItded to promptly.

GainOesvillo Machine Works
Catn turn and stratghtten whole lenlgthi
of Shftifng aI

P. H. WESTGAARD, Prop. and Mgr.

Ti Diltl? SUCCES ,i Stt. WICrtltSiCE, MCrO.

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Phone 70-i ston^

Graduate iattmore qili^
vive yearS experieaOce.
Crown.a Ire work *ti
ALL WonatltUrA
Ovwrus Lv Uo. IYlualox.
II, J. HPiSON '9 11...P1=1 .
DVlNTIST. "i* ': ;
SOuth Side Squate. Gainesvtli. iti

flamnes llook, aroess the hall from Satil0 '4
Studio ---- .1
Dteal*r in retOse Astie. TI O tlhy pOsedi4
witb every Neotio of .It d in Ailoua county
Correspoudenoe solutteli
H. J' b* lMl ,BV

and Made New.
Wo buy or seOll Ptrtutre, or oaneatOt.*'
with yIou on li e sollolttei < imid sailtwftiUotiilwalys.
A 'qLi'HU S.TAVi.OI,

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Agent for I)T'OltA'Io)IUS' WAALtL PAPNR
COMPANY', Now York.
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Jaeksonville, Flortd "
WhM. uHtui r.LMls:, Provprl tort
132 W. Formyth st., Jaakisonvtley Pl,
llOltC lenr P >t 1sllt diningi )pino In oiy. Fin l8
Winos, Lluiiorts.aid Oigprs. '

.Jo)lN MIENZ.)I-1., PTroprietor
l 22-51 W.' ilty mt., io4l4vie,. ..Vil"
FaIhut h',er, )ottl' uial i di ratgiht.. #
fail to ui.l on ti< whte iti Ja okli ellN yif .

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Trho li-st lhltiiori ii he, olty. Ignt.l ;)
titi titoit tive ry ni ght at Roof (ailrd

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Nic Arend's Saloon and' .s
Jackilonvtlle, t'h)rdto

Merchlint Listioh from I :l to I p'. '.
IharUolnolmay Il 4Ob5tforV, 1ie IO.
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that the
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a egisf'
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Obsible toy his eitosde p
does not toe 4enera es

'04 to a 0 an0s nor#440s bro
,iabstra, t from his s$it11ic

count his chances for sucoes

The e can n1oi onir beiar
so the position of the Poresi
SadmInistration reus-eoting ,
The President; Secretary Sh
:'otary Root aMidSenastor Allis
d4vr!0g the ,past. wek, taken
to assert, withotit equivocati
Absolute ppoltio, to any re

Ohureh intetrest6, tainten
etrments are nO costing t
ofthe. 'Unite'd States *2,00,0,
It cost to mniintain all
Oburobes in the United aSt
'yesr 14,148,195; 1plseopal,# ,
Oogre.gational, $10,288,105;
teria- (North), *$17,0O8,191;
S (oth and Nor), $245280

Itto Ipossible to estimate
ra:,. i igmay be the effect.
IIe .. PrinCe Henry of Pr
S 4 15plao ked. up the exI
l eel like thirty co

slohat h Rnd now 3Baron v4
r'y ear to say, "rt

-,*hoit^np08ite ao c it
th l401c4taS be mta0 esa ci

l f&te *41^ VI$ morn

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~14~pl~ 'for
at as. ~ract~e4

""' A' 1n the Stage f,?t w 'oereof ew

A'i'st th< 4 ^
g O a this b rden of gor t e o'that 'one-haf 1I
S r "hereau, It Is deslrablpeo t6o extend
S this p ifnoIple of oooAt ration. and dit.-

chlbe4. to be pal4 out of the generAal f reveries

-ofthi s iited States; and
t 'thb th*e, buerdeif of said re v a

l n6 ,g thegating lturin. the last two

S"'; t"hiO t :p n and..0:" i;s d'.:

S t e ogrs for the use. of said gricul-
1 t:a iiStatees and districts,e whiie

,' g ty per cent iY apprpprilated for
enote b1I. buldngs nd -other uses per-
Pl poo t togreat cities: and
',h r aerbsa the Hopnorable Walter P.
yBrownlow, im'eI ber of ongre8s from
ro s" Tennesee, asintroduced a bill in the
olloet. fitted States Hou e bf Representa-
Stive providing for a system of nation-i
&Le *l Stute and rocal co-operatlon in the
p earolo. tpeanent improvemeont of the public
Sar o higlhways, asOqrding to the provisions
1h o 0th of which' the sum of4 $20,000,000 is ap.
:l ad pr.riated.i and: the United ..State
:' ^ 0ovarnPent i01 t61 pay one-half of the
abrador ost of inprving any public highway
whentreq Qested so to' do by, and in co.
al Leo operation with, any State or oivil sub-
00,e a' dlvllon thereof; tliereforo be it
leg. This 'Resolved, by the general assembly
oo tiwas of the State of Mlin'eota,. That we
aise, but hereby heartily endorse said Brownlow
lt l for- a bill and recommend its passage by
lHavitna Congress, and that we request the
rep' resentative -from the State of
Minnesota in Congress, and instruct
theuattI- the United States senators from this
ut I can State to vote and support said bill."
e caln : - -
ery* I Deafness Cannot Be Cured
16f0,5 looa1 applications, as they cannot
reaoh he djseosed portion of the ear.
SThere Is only one way .to cure deaf-
nesis, .'an 'that is'. by constitutional
tmedl es.Deafness is caused by an
40bbs s ltmed[ o0onedtiton of the mucous
tO A"d Ziliniag of the Eustaohian Tube. When
ti3tt 0 s tibe is inflamed you have a rum.
*,00s 4d ing sound or imperfect hearing, and
O ti when is enely closed, deafness is
:B".i the resut, and rlesBs the inflamnma-
on, their toA coan be taken out hnd this tube re-
vil)on of eored to Its normal condition, hear ing
: 1'a be des ytrs id forever;Nine eases-
ou. t of tent re caused.by eatarrh,
ance and which ls nothing but an inflamed con..
ay eople d.tlop of the mucouQ s*".
SOO year We- V il give Oe'o0 I H~odea Dollarn
l 13aptJ58 for ai 4 case of deatfess (oaused by
ates last qatar ) that cannot be bured 1by
5,184,928m; al-s -Oatrrh Oure. Send for eirdu.
Presby. lass frsee
Methodist J. Ol rNE Tk CO., Thtedo, 0.
0. al'miy Pi i;r .the best.
o -Lasbor t j nizA er As ultted.
hw r"'M ratone, WV "Va., AmVe i f.---eorge
of. Preaui: N ledy, :otf indl epoalap a .:organle
forms of of t~he Utlted4 Mine Workers of. MAn
usaial Im- ea, was Wrayl aid at North Fork la't
presalotn. tight a.M biu ekull cruhal, cmustxg
nus,". p ro Jay .ata jr '.H .
on Ste..rn
's bully-"- Wa. .iW t itth t ... .'.:c....

ties form. Mad 'uferlg 4al op wa in-.",
', in the do4 to try Ital So Liniment'
of living w h rlte *
rtion to: tleh t y 1al o .
,i Crops itr^flW.i vt4

:4!, l,P A K S . .. . W IR' R ..

%r tobold a tig rally tn ROM 7. ''B
Ger mn and Austrian s O4.er t L
tght in e streets of Pekin. Siayio d
Sw injured. Ion.a
.:1ve men were killed. and two, hi. epe rd
jured. byan explosion in a, coat spla o:rpe' |m
In Indi** Territory yesterday. 0 go.' ,ele.iver tonc, ll
The annual convention of.n the .Na abhov iases. '0 cents and $( tl
tional Aisoclation of Maniutacwe p4 b D ley, Atlantan% Ga.7
mneet.a J'.New Orleans today. _, : -
. ;Triitt. .College of North' Oaropfl :.. .*^ '
....i tr 1mn..y : ollee I..U /' I:O, E; I
held lastnight at Durham, N. C. I' f.l: or nervousproro' ie
~izevundorse it sprostrati* )fiot
vernor Beckham yesterday. o~e stplpaton, l;ingi u ed t with most satisfactory e
ea.lt hpia;inpaign for the Demonertl. dies had ile. ;
noitnUn ton for governor of Kentwy. W est In d, Atlanta, Ga.
SA`evt e storm 'swept over Bart ow
,county reterdclay morning. Great damn -
-age 'wapone, but no loss of lie has My m
been-orted. res .llcughs, colds, hoarseness, sore throat
Postm:ter General Payn e a. -ar dasl throat and lung diseases. Elegant and relial
nounces that hle propose;. to have the .25 cents'at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. H.
post offMee department thoroughly 1in ........ ...... .._ .. _, ,
vestigated because of reports charging
certain officials with crookedness. JAB. M GRAHAM, President T Goo. W,
Act a dinner In Waahington in hol
or ,f the; one hundred, and ixtltlih an, M
im,|~ary of the birth of Thooae Jef.
foro speeches were made by Senar
tar $loar, Charles Emory Smnit and 0F (G-) EI JSV'VIT
Murderer Pays Death Penalty.
Mede, Pa., April 15.- Peter West, Capital.
a inegro, was hanged here today fot
the emurd, hofMart W. Allena pom Surplus and Undivided Profits
mtan of Obh.eater, Pa. Does ex lusively a banking business, with facilities equal to an
the accounts of Farmers, Merchant, Corporations,,
y speelal arrangement. All1usiness transa<
a!r tDinner
TO asist digestion, relieve ditreeass -_____________ _
after eating or drinking too heartily. -

to prevent constipation, take
Hood's Pills
sold everywhere. 25 cents.

Summer Law School
I. Cn rlo ri l in' t r ith R earn !i.ul <;iii ri i

M. ON"
]OLE. . S flNO'St, k8'kO, ( .RA'hcttfccSl( y Vu.

t money refunded. Contain
emIFdes recognized yen
nent physicians as the bet
Kidney and Bladder trou

New Ieslfns in All Sies..

A Full Assfortment, hcluding
his Latest Patterns.

Spring and Summer

Planters and Growers of Lo

Staple Sea Iland Cotton will .f

it to their interest,, to commm



toS.C. ..


W i sto)'~'' ~mer *nte't i. l buy.



'* 1

estion, sick ani
Sof lemons,.co,.
n in any 0u the

gestion and con.
r all other ine.
. RQOL).

:b~~chb tis, hhemorlti-,
Male ysAtlanta, Ga.

, v, VI'e -Presidlent


. $50,00 00
... 20,000 00
cy bank in the State
to. Iners8t allowed
,ted promptly; .



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Air Line Railway.
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Ar rlatim ol : .. .. .. rat II(t Cion ar .. ........... 4.. .. p ., .
A r .... .... A .I, ,Mobile ........ ...... ...... l i P

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~A.' A?1

jence Greeted Mr
er tra 0.00 ,tNi
the most sucoel
Sthe season, fl
,was, the ezot
6 Seminary Hal ...
lireebion of Mt. iTi
tacious roomni;5 w
is ot the s80hol,
sSed off iu a mostt

gfain consisted voeif d AU
a, and recitation'i8ani.
embers of thae 'ni' retto 4
rotation as .vocal' andipar
Ilndition of "Tell Me, Prety
|, from Florodera! by 'Mspes
^rnigan, DaOost^ and Despp
"Messrs. "Burnet~ J.inPed:y,
,;and ,Tyner, was especially
i.eceived a great ovation.
teirtimnment was given for the
t-theo Athletic AAsosoiatson of
iea .eiinary, who are under
to Mrs. Deby, and the
"the caste
Melrose Voted as a Unit for
Special School Levy.
ople of Melrose are deter-,
1 making a special tax school
.as was determined by ballot
., not a dissenting vote having
pt. The people are' to be con-
Uted upon their energy in this
"n, for they realize the import-
-the question.
ditioaal tag of three miles will
Wd, which will be sufficient to
|^the district.
Beauty and Strength
[desirable. You are strong and
n9s when your blood is pure,
r-nay, itiost--women fail to prop-.
igest their food, and so become
laliow, thini and weak, while the
eness, freshness and beauty of the
ri'd complexion.depart. eniedy
nple sath evitby wating- nourishf
od, and taking a small dose of
ie after each meal to digest
you have eaten. 50c at Johnson
Dr. Taylor, Lecturer.

)r. Taylor, the famous lecturer
will address the people of OGaIes-
irfor flve nights, beginning tonight,
Little of Ft.V Warth. Texas, says:
;). Taylor's lectures in ;Fort
th were given under the auspices
me W; C. T. U., the Ministers' As-
6tion of Fort Worth co-operating.
lectures proved to be of deep in-
st and of permanent value. Dr.
or is. master of his subject Hlis
is is all that one could ask. In all
.s bearings he impresses you that
s a Christian gentleman, In our
trent, the towns which can secure
cannot afford to fail to do 1o.
We can commend him at being one
eO best temperance lecaturers we
I ever heard. He does not follow
old beaten paths, but gives the
m and best scientific temperance
.. We heartily, ommined him to
pastors and churches of Texis. '
Confessions of a Priest.
4i. Jno, 8. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
es:. 'I For 12 years I. suffered from
_`W jaundice. I consulted a number
lhysieians and tried all aorta of
Ieines, batt got no relief. Then I
n the use of Electrio Blitter and
that I aa'now cured of a diseisl
had me in its grasp for twelve
s."' If you want. a reilabe medi-
i for liver and kidney trOubje,
s -rch dl1order or general debility,
Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed by
ruggists. Only 600.
SEscaped Convict Captured. ,
Iformati6n was received in thbi cyit
terday to the effect that a negrO: aal
n treated by Sheriff Sugaot of Ms-
,county, believed.to be one of tho
ioets who escaped from the turpeql-
tfar of B. F. McOalt a few days
, The negro gives hts name ae
Ary:, Jackson. ils. description tal-
'wtth# that sent o4t by Mr. McCaIl,
at gdentlemano ho bkenoi ifie
itilo cala oIad idenil the :ril-

,.eld t Without lB a L:.
teM. M'eit. Wet AI*...-Aedrew- P.
pi' v. gtt collect r ai. :tbhe trot
vie M held without ball fmor t(i
,etter . .. .. i ,l t"

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a .gm.e isa back-our Sunny Jim,
"!':; iter World now welcomes hm- "
Sorld lbrimful of snap and vitm,
.'iOh formerly was slok and grtm.
816. 6no roper food put life In him,.
S'orQ*' changed the world for "Sunny

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alwa ys ge
a lad hdaad.

Sweet, crlsap Saue o wheat d mt.

"Thnksl for 'Force.' 1iat itthree times a day. Poiks call me
fURnny Jim. Took some to t0e ont7 wth me, a famerm out
theraree ta ... "ore', ow. SL tr ll

htI drawal of SeAboard Traimf.

The Seaboard Air Line railway ann*
nounco that their Si*aboard New York
Linited, operated daily ironm St. A:h
guitine and Jacksonyvill o New York, I
will be withdrawn, .the hUst train to,
leave So. Augusatie at 1.2:10 and Jack-
sonville at 1 :26 p. m., April Oth. -
The Seaboard will continue to .op
erate their Seab6ard "Xpress Train
No. 84, and Seaboard Mail Train .$o
66, which ttatis are scheduled to eavm.
Jackeonville daily at 8:45 a m. fan
7:50 p. m. respectively, eqpiipped wi*
diawitogDroanirbiti stleepter, aekso*i
vile to New York and vestibule thor-
oughfare coacehe, -ackksonyill to
Washington, via Rihthnliodd Cafe oars
are also operated on the Seaboard. Ex-
press from Jaoksonv11lee.
For sleeper reservhitlons and other
information,, writ o A. O. MacDonell,
A. (. P4 A., Jacksor0nvie, Fla.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing. Syrup has
been used by children while teething.
It soothes thle child, softens the gumsi
allays aJl pains. eurq" wind cole, aod
is the best remedy fordlarrloea, Twen-
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists throuirhont thO world.

Wo& McoA' SAtt
For the Beueft
of fie



Wll. Ru.From

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Refreshmen ot erved up atarm every
aftfmoon a'n4 e a.ning. Muaglal .,pro-
gram every aftetmoon. .


All work g*rt eed in aeurrJaios
'Laer t W s At WiiZrfil *v
or Thomas' Ilirwa mdd sdtor.


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Forzo2Yaa as Ledall or aemedeass l-
** .*iiopho ?as *.36.xs.acwawxrr< nxaizai ,.
. .db "A 'JAMES F. BALLARD, Sto .u.o
Fo.rS.l by Johnson Bros., Gaineaville




Clothier and

Furnish her

Has just returned fiir the Nortllfrn
markets, and ani showing a ngilniti-
cent stock of goods of the latest; pro-
duction of Fashions centers. Every-
thing new, up-to-date, stylish and rea-.
sonable in price,
To demonstrate the economy of
buying at this store, we solicit a visit
of inspection.

Schloss Bros.'

Fine Clothing

A splendid suit at $10
to $18.

Hot weather sui ts at $5
jto $10. )."

T The value of this tai-
S loring has been well
tteedi inll tie paIt, and this season e. :
better than ever.
WE AR. 'The famous HOWARD) H
4instraw anid felt. PANAM A, HaJ A
fine quality. Stacy Adamis' (elegaXl
Shoes. He vwood matchles low qtar.
trs. The best qualities always s id
lowest pricUOesr
| |( i f e ~ ~ p .- : 1'D*:im .1

In tYW+SRi
600 "IOd

on orM

T V OF TON-1Ei'POW.lT 14t j

Best piano for this trlirsr olimateo staid.
itiue loittaoe lthA othets. conaitrue'te4 o
best materlil, hand mat k rstyao
workuaanshlp obtihiatblr.
Utitodate In every
detail and Un- '
6.teidv f ,;

Sold by us oontiuoullmari y f r

Without a singlofallureo. If 'U .
want a piano for a litfetime'
service buy tle

MOONasn low (t os elwondtefit wivto4i401.
v. ih' or on eowsy rwtn. .Ste ron 4f it ds'' :
trial. W o ,n1 y freitsth. W rite ...

Ludden &Batesi

SoAthern Music House,


hr tml.

Hails, Iron, Wire, Pipe, at",
tngs, Belting, Pqcklngeto.
1u1l4 i nh,1ii r Hl,. old |l 1 a

4Got One of OuIr VataloMiu

Baird Hardware C(
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H iJYES,''.'. I
'o WAX
-WOOX ,.

KO M stM ket "Irl* ..id.*- : .
f hot MarketPiet P ll;::.i:;

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ivyan, soperp ihy d iu;
" The Adnpf .Putr doe

"" .r ', rrit! '
i. *', l' .';- *. .. :4

a i%* wesi

l'"ol bill t"o' the relief of- Levy
t :014Y ,w cai1e up up .b Senator
Siht~ehh was 4aed":t 1S, ite :' third
Oding and passed
he Senate bill introduced some days
*g by. enator0WaOPhwrth, to repeal
hh law akin inettroile 1i.. tity a;
ukn4i for. divorce of :' husb and
,:S *o taken fa~'t th table.
I'|itdent AdaAmis cal~3 86t; o at~oza
':, president pro r ton., to the'
^elaIgh and offered a .ubstiiiMtte
Stt ;bi 14t'Making adultery. 4h *o:ly
As). 8 divorce in -*lcil. *F
WAS prctically autanin 'u l'p %44
; Bto~r WWlison of the -Fo*yb i0i',,'
Ia n ae, an emaent .tht 'th. :t
Ia uln notenfe' affect patknip ow
aingft siltse ating. On ein4tS of
,ator Butleer, the bill' was reerred
(si tho "e judioltry 0ommnitteai
sveer bills were read on --eni$w
nd third reading., passed and Ortie
"S .te .thed us -o" 'he a s
,ienators Raney and Rouse were, t:
the passage of a repoolutfon,; added ato
ie standing committee on appropria-
ThO endate agreed to adjoprn until'
Soclook Wednewsday mornig,- the
Ir havIng beon fixed by the adoption
4 resolution offered by Senator
The Houae. .,
i :ong other iumportalit :new bills
i uoo4Ued in the House 4hs morning
S:'-by. Mr. Gibbons, to 0Q1eate'
daunty. court in Duval ow:tl-
14 satd court to have ur a
n n civil 'cases under *6500,
nknao tthe. Judge Probate
i lb t.s al, Inntroducedi the
il pre ard by a eoommittee
0 0 4:"to.l. Guard. .<.
I f l evy. intredneeood a
seant..imporance," "An
i set to prescribo whoi
t, for oaptation tax and to
tade.4 'thereof and to
t l the collection
I: the State of_

l s :the4 Jo'sJkhea

idone to th health
'so aon repaired.' .S.8. .
p t d n s a healthy, vigor.
oue cinitio#t# that cold, daitp weather
ra sudden changes in the teiIserat re are
s a~tPo brl0ng .. catarattl troubles.
S r. i A vegnfible iedcfinei equaled
aS .4 blo. Atirier, i4- th' bes of all
Sthe x eynqedd to 0teto

A faitre to pay 'ald ta. ::ifrthe per
q has no, property he can be oore-
i led to wolrk oti the roads three days
|. eiFht h:QrF es'b in each- yea,. In
counties where road work is let, op by
contract the defatltert. shall rworki the
roads and sIxty days shall be allowed
h contrator, It is provided also
th4 ^in oase of failure to work the
ro as the ierin shabe liable to fine
I' r: ioteit'I ir oyf .' 1 :...
O ptpWriso a APloye r
SXtillbf ewbia introduced a
l te.proto:. mplol unembder coni.
trtst kor wages, and against extort on
a 4 other abusesby, employers." The
';.ure tIltes it unlawful for. any in-
idUal company or corporation, to
( paila ry o in Ileut of money, as
iulatig ntmeduilt of value, any
atoipt oheck -rderr porro
pat.W not convertible into oash or
ood at face -value, at any bank or
plae of buiines on demand of the
holder thereof or to his order."
SeOtlbin 2'makes it unlawful to pay
In lieu of money where the contract Bis
or payment in money, script, check,,
order or coupon, except under mutual
In the Hoose this afternoon Mr. St.
Oiplir-Abtams called up messages from
the Senate for the purpose of consid-
er c a oonourrent resolution pro-
vdig for a visit to Pensao0la of the
84e. offoiiale an:hd members of the
L4ealdtUey and attasheis for' the ptr-
tdg of visltting nd inspecting the
feet of warshipa there assembled. He
t4 td that immediate action was
hIossary, i:norVT that tie QoverniAr
Vrict communicate with the 8eo6.-
ota Aof the Naiy and make other'art-
3ro3fo ethe resolatton was dlicuived
Mr, Loftin of .11.4E bia, on the part of
the alty of Penstitola extended a or-o
ia1l Invitation o the members 'of I.ie
House to vit the aolty and see the
fleet, whah .he described as being
com.poed of tifteen. ships and repro-
seting the flower of the nway.' H
toot ooattlon to ,att. that ,io..jr
sottl of: NeWlp.t News ooul4d aoon-,
el .:;os suchaquadtdron; thit 4e**-
oh)hrbo r. c:OU, .a'ke c0are of the

The rfsolutioUn was paed, d the
Legislature will adjourn on Friday
afiernoop until Monday maorsing, 'for
thepurpo. of at itigK Petm tcola .ad
making their peci6on. '
The Uoin .. bill ,epeal|gs the law
Making dincabl9 tanity grotwid
for 4tirea twece btHeeAd aset wife,
lntrodqeql4 by gE. Willed of Ala.
of btlla on sen4 rowing. the vtal
wave walved,.asl the btil was passes
by ta vote of 44 to 1.. Afl otbar 41'
toro bills were btbs wlth4twus .
Too Great a Risk

Alleged Cruelties Practiced at Cntr
Insane Asylum, Loulsvill.
Louisville, Ky., April 15.-T 4g
himself upon the mercy of thbq
tigatinag omnittee of ttte'.b 4
U tee p th e Central In .fne
1^beggng for prdtectid eciad"g
t e' d fc- ils life, & palnt o
the institution who has juat recoi~ !
from an assault made by an attend
esterdy gave h-is testimony'
t e4ticIC 4*a sub-conulilttee rePrIes-
ing the grand jury. 'The pat$I 'i4
been conflied to his bed for flve w.ee
on account of two broken ribs s.nd
other injuries, which may disable him
physically for life.
The examination of the paflent w4a
the most dramatic in ident f-the' in.
vestiguttlo pf the changes of clUelty,, on
the part of the attendants at the asylum
apd It wM, brought out that 4*evealt
phyailcians.at the institution knew0 of titp
*ffk4ar, tho6alh they failed to report It.
'Th attehirdnt alleged to be gitity of.
t116e asRult Is still employed at the asy-
6,. Acording to the testimony of
tb WItn'8ia who is an oild mani, lie wa
-tild by" one, of the attendants to get
,im. mik. iAt brefikfast time. Upon
at re tng that he would get It when
t-ibme, the attendant knocked him
^Aor aaid Jumped on his breast. then
the patient was dragged to the ward
* pd locked up. The witness.' testi-
oitny was :crroborated by a boy who
was Ore t ,when the assault oc-
urtedi. Ati attendant also stated
that ho had: known of the occurrence.,
Other isptances of cruelty also were
brought out, and it was developed that
hi the negro0 female Wards a patient
was held under water until she was
nearly strangled, while another had
boan beaten. and choked.
-aves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
broncItis,/' writes Mrs. W, K.
Haviland, of Armonk, N. Y., "but,
when all other remedies failed, we
saved her life with Dr. King's New
Discovery,. Our niece who had con-
sumpttion in an advanced stage, also
used this wonderful medicine and to-
d4yshe is perfeetly well." Desperate
throat and lung diseases yield to Dr.
KiANew Discovery as to no other
medicine ,,o earth. Infallible fol
o 0ghs, and Colds. 5Oc and .$1.00 bottles
guaraite'd by all druggists. Trial
bottle free.
Carr Wins Mayoralty.
Montgomnery, Ala., April 15.-Th'
hottest city campaign Montgomery
haa ever witnessed closed' here last
uAght. Thomas H. Carr won over
Oha -res P. Anderson for .mayor by 49
votes. There were 1,807 votes cast,
Oar-t received 028 and Anderson 879,
There were Several oballenged. votes,
but they were not counted, as they
wold14 not affect the result.




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Galneavlle, Thursday, Aprill 16
-Z.. ....y. I -.Wat wa, 2!n, be The
. etleow ost ir o a et t nor uson
Wood, waoh tb -the. tad rl
A, 4 r

"eot m.ro ?m
wili' 4lemon'
*M it U. 4*MOi crir. e

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Gaines vill & QGulf Railway Company



Time Table in effect January 4, 1902.
N o. 6. No, 5.
Daly No.4. No. 1. No. 8. Dally
Sun Daily ly. STATIONS. Daily. Daily. Exc',t
].v P &I Lv PUM U A
7 45 ..... ....... ...Fairfeld.... r.PMAr PMArPM
7 5 ..... .... ............rv ane ...... .... . 00
8 0 ....... :. ........ ic.. kman....... .. **** ** ........ 6 40
8 0 ........... .. ...... ou idepy ..... .......
8 14 ..............Taoma....... .... ........ 60

8 48 ............................. Kirkwoad........... ........ 6 12
8 .... ...... ........... Ol pytt......... ... ...... 05
8 ........... rkwoo ........ ".. .... 5
9 6 ..................*..o.y Point........ ..... 05
1000 y 8 8....... weill....... ..... 00
08 ....... . ... .........W olahoot. .... .. A .
9 14 ...... .. .......... Rooky Point....... 4.
10 00 L 80Lv *85 ..... Oanesville..... .......' 4 00
11 85 6 .6 .8 iBellamy... "9 10 A 906Ar 800
1200 7 10 7 10- ........... yrl ..,. 945 840 2.
1. 20 7 18 7 17 ........... r ....... 8 0 8 26 160
12 40 7 80Ar 7 8 itam. *** 8 22 8 17 180
12 .. ...810 73 ...mpon ty 8 1. 0 806 110
a810 820 ...ae ter,,. 740
...... 00 .Jacksonville, J. W o p .......'
...i I00 S iiI ..a .. 520 p

J. F. HILL, Agent. J .& ndentA

0 _B TA B3.aE iB 1 ; 48
860 a ..410 p.MaconG. S.&p .8..11582 011 :a.
7 COTTO.......Atlanta, CDE oPA 80a1RTM
. 'kr r V AM f .p. 8 0... ...
SELv A Lv M ...
Tralns 3 and"4 will not run between Gainesville and Fairfield on Sunda3,
L. E. BARKER, General Stuperintendent.
J. F. HILL, Agent. JAS. M. GRAHIAM. President.


S' SIn See or Lit, Large or nai QuatTTONt '
Advlvx,.^ ^^^ ^ m1Qte

made by

t.arehouse c hArges free.- ~'r offers
letter or wir e.

?R OLD0 R 01

.... INSpRANCE .

TEo 0 BLo

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r Spring

Ste8e last week hundreds
of lafies who k now and
apr ebiate quality and"
dtlhtiiess in spring alid
uImmer Dress Goods have:
visited our store. Their"
verdict has been unani-
mous that our stock is
the most varied and best
selected ever shown in
the city. We have all the
new things in White
Goods, Lawns, Organdies,
Dimities, Mulls, Swiss,
etc. Call to see us.


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tutifa That Watn C He
49patadered HopeeI ss* :
*ladlphia lawyer teols the 'Nlry
picturee of Fannyxi: eoapor<
6a case for him. ", client
the PennsylvIaol railroad
',of which Wayne WMaeSh
nl, for $7,50 a g4 a for
t' of her huisband..'st a;.: fW
ore the case was tao ha' oi
hiappened intomy ofBf :l -
that she had married again.
ord, madam:' 4 gaPed, 'whY
you have Wal t ,itl yo" t
e iup? it's next to 0,posk ble
,tb get damages for you. how.
id she didn't care very tnuch,.
nit out, seejantg .ry lhaup
t just happened that I had a
ph of Fanny Davenport on my
nd when the nOxt day Wayne
gh happened Into ,my office to
qtuite a other matter he picked,.
hoto and admire it. 'Who's
nid?' he asked. I had a sudden
n; and I said: 'Why that's
,HWho is suing. your company
"' 'The deuce you say,' said
s.ojne womatnu isn't she?' 'Sl81
,l' I replied. 'WHi!' .he ex-
looking at the picture closely.
1 hanndsome Wotman, I should
deuced handsome woman.'
0, a slight pause, 'What'll you
ettle this case?' he asked. I
of my clfent'a second .mar-
Id _I fxed the figure it $5,00.
I was consuinmated and the
er came to court."
altInd In H rsi Own Coin.
'in a way Arehblahop Temple
terbury would get paid back in
'coin. A delightful instance of
recorded. The church people of
parish are said to have strong-
B d the bishop to fnd another
for their parson, whom they
to get rid of, Dr. Temple sum-
1 the obnoxious .clergyman to his
and suggested a change of ben-
What was it, the parson wanted
w, that his people had to find
"with? "Well," said the bishop
peculiarly harsh, strident' voice
so adly marred his preaching, "It
slost on knowing, it's your voice
complain of; they don't like your
.- "How curious!" said the cler-
a. "A friend was with me al the
lral the other day, when your
ip was preaching, and as he
out he said, 'What a fine sermon,
hat an unfortunate voice!'"
n Acommoidatlni Witnela.,
e witless on the stand had been
ragged t-y the lawyer uirtil his
nee was exhAusted.
ow," said. the attorney, "you say
afaw the prisoner draw his pistol?"
eitomber you are on your oath."
rm not forgetting it."
ou are sure you are telling the
o mistake about It?"
one." '
o0 couldn't be persuaded into any
i statementt" .
we the judge Interposed.
in let him go on, your honor,"
*ed the witness. "He's' a lawyer,
ibe doesn't know the truth when he
it. and I'm only too glad to show
how so far as I can." .
fe !aoaiesent Was a fluett.
Lately granite shaft had been
in the cemetery of a Massan-
its. tow i (n memory of a man
life had been anything but
Worthy. Nonpe the less the monu-
ras One of the slghts .to be shown
ranger, and one day a fometr
etit of the town who lhad been
'r many years returned anid was
-to see the granite obelilk. He-
.no ranger to the faults and fall-
of the man whom It eulogized
|Its gilded Inacription, and, after
t contemplation of the shaft on all
be said, Well, if It's for good-
-,lt's too big, and if It's for badness

H tot blg -enougb."--New Itavea

'-Twia d Cblry'eIthlmrt ia.
aicuntheinumii IJapan are train- ,
to numerous quaint shapes, like
Iid lnglist yew trees, in the forms
oM6ks, etc. In Tokyo there are
.|sifMrllled with life stled figures
i, t 'ely of the flowers and lMves,
p being mnsks. and thMee chrys
iwn: figrea accurately represent
ladles warriors, children and a
'e of the faroruitt characters
f J-to:ii ng lady with a fox's tall
l groi m irnder ht-r d4less and a
gh b by the toubc of a string
to rewyard'V heSad.
.*0o 14t0oil
Sisair,.d thie iowerboy. tws
sriaenemy In ,he wota'..
,d think ,a manl like blot woutl

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POeys oieay na-Tor
.a mi colds, orevents nDaefmonia.

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Atlantie Coast Line
Miloage Tlickets
(Si.oO toPer 1,000 ille),
Are good ov4r the following lines:
ICxoeptitvlUe, Hairrod' Creek & Wes
Pr kton A uOtbtile 'i Olaw
Iet R.; poinbamtii it. X.IL

SA Cooiveniet Method of TRveling.
W. J. ORAKJ, G,.P."A;f
Wllmtnf N.0
See Ticket Agents '

Filt-Clas $qrvl #e 4
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S:' 8 MOUTH..
ha : '1It ilnkbieu tie Anitl t'.
'P'eole o txn woner how it Is l
,h og ca t get all the kernel out o
hitkcry aut, or any other kind oaf iAIt
for tht: matter, without swallowti
ani f ithe shell," sAId a man tfromte'
coittry ".lit as a matter of fact thigr
Ia nothing ysterioUs about- the plOi
ses. Mind you, hogs don't swallow any'
0, these harder substances. They g~
rid'of them; and then it is just as ea,^
,6r them to get rid of the shell of a ni~
as it oi for a man r a squirrel. -You
might think" because a itog cnrthliet
the ut into small fragments that I, -
wotild necessarily swallow a good pot.
tiot of thle hull. But he doesn't .do ay
such thing.
"It is a conceded fact among-" men
I who kw anything, about the siubjeet
that the horse tis the most perfectly..ok
strutted antiral hi the world, conside*k-
iag the uttrposoes for which the horse ist
used and Its method and habits n lifr1.
0ut.I want to put In a good wordl for
thO hog when it comes to the thing of
cracking and eating nuts without get-.
ting any of thie harder substances into,
the stomach, The horse has very flne
teeth. The back teeth particularly are
finely constructed with a viow of enr-"
,bIing the horse to crush Its food well
before passing It Into the stomach
TlIese heavy grinders, heavily set In'
the horse's Jaw, are looked upoi .aO
marvels. So they are.
"'But what's the matter with the'
teeth of the hog? What's the matter
with that marvelous process by "which
they separate the kernel of the nut-
from the hull? It hab occurred to me
that that s no small achievement, and
nature is at least entitled to some sort
of tribute for her skill i making this
result pussIlle In the first place tlhe
lhog's to gue is more seiisiltli e than
woujd be supposed, and it can enally
detect the harder from the softer asub-
stances. By some sort of process the
hog Is able to work the bits of a hicko-
ry nut hull over to the sides of its
tmo.ith, the tongue being used for the
purpose, and here they lire thrown out
at the corners. Probably you hai-e no-
ticed tkat' the cornersoft a hog's mouth
are somewhat different from the cor-
ners of the mouths of other animals.
The lines of the mouth do not end so
pointedly, and hence it Is a much easier
thing for the bog to work the harder
substances which he does not care to
wallow out through thesejittle open-
lugs."-New Orleans Times-Democrat.

The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, U. 8. A.
We take pleasure In iinnounlilg that
we have secured control. for Alachua
county for the sale 'f tihe celebrated
known as Uncle- Stal pahlit.) This
paint has the highest ewtiorisrnents for
tin and iron roofs and all expose(e
T. F. THOMAl H. k 8. CO.,
.Galn vlUe, lia.


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lshg purifying and -- -
ptrengthnia ganda.s. N*r) No.3l between Jackstiv th ind h 1w North and t tWestt 9
.:teinbran es ofthps.ato m -, e. i. mi a! p. iv j k. is;F : -. ; / : .".- "v;. :"":' ":':":' .]'A:.:' 'i I
aoh h nddigstlive organ N a i 10 in ,Ar. v'. s,n. l, ... .. ........ .. ......
mi i iAS 1 Ar. tli im. (Is i ...........
t*i0 1 : A t .I l ltn ... ., .............. .. .. ... ..... .V ,
0 I i |6 Ar, t il.(l i ti~. r l .... . .. L. . 0 1I,
ia r A r.n a .**.. Is. 0
S:540y I.O Sx ho15ding 2 t m i i n, iv A r ilu tl, O hiin....... nnp...... 'n I. ... ...... .... A S,
I l 7 11#II* 1 Ar. 'it . .. ti. ...
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0MtN o IIIt ) i iato M a> Ar. Toledot, .. ........... .... t
1 E AND W OM E ;10. Ar. Uotrol.loh ....,,o.. . t .. .. v. .. 3B "
lin i n o u Matu atl i 0 I I.v. itlh uthn t. hto Penn.I Line. ... .. ....... ,Ar. Sao aa' pi
^ 'I drr~tll one or shl^ni atlon 0 I t 0 l 8 115 L Ar, lutioirt, Ptr.. A i

tt2 tern " u n t sn ibm 8 3 0 i ', ('lrtnoi( ii l, O1hio .0, 0ly ItFour Ar. 7 p
I 7AfE tVAl~ll i a tl, nt .A pol-nou s. i 3t t A)0 Ar, hlriutl d.optiho .... . .... L, top- -
. ort oent fi pilan wruattr, i T3 an ~'(1 ni Lv. lexinsion, Iy .. ... to . ... ........... At 1
tNrtl r at on i t t, . sse . t.i. t L . . . . 4 ... .... ... ..
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.TO .TH- t UTTI. ... :.-.14... .. S-0 I '.N "tilvitlilt ,.i u ; .....onri. 1.,11 ............. .... A. .f .t,,
3 r" Il 1 i 12 1# i- NO..m..i nI -l ,-ll' lhl itgo ,u lt I l rld t1l'k, ), S e-! h rb e (ta c t until. Arrive. daily nXnOili)L MotrIt,;) leivtid.(lly qi li(.b tliX< unltiy'., TrrougtniiliPul
We, the undersigned, hereby agree drawilu roini sle it ri tlo niCilnwo vI Ilu irlouti': toi (evlanl via l h tnoutr tio 'ittl
to pay $1,000 tno~ any u Mr al fa11 uror of via |t! l~vilh lltnf, lPennvrvrti o Lines. irnry o eirvailon tti r" tl Ioui'v. i 't% 0lrto4lw Lhoro L ihtlrnn
1o.pay l,000 to any lna cturer .to hat ar a. ullil car to Oliionaritl. Also 'IauOdIry, thnistdiny I n ulnor ahn! t ,
palPtL who can allow, by similar tests, ut1 to, I., i dll nitni oId vNit tl. inri. .un.an.n irn0wli roiLs
any lip int standlingl upon ,ta y metal tin ouitrr lr6ll t-l'tnl'N thorol' ugthnrfcmir u olht.niiidn diiiiing onil's lietwosnoi ,hli'ttr'uiiytil lhle antt
s .urace as-.perfectly n.. (r -so lor n .... a i a iltti.'hlu-naii hl'i au illi'nlir niillnr i i ^Atr'-'-itJ o i iT & 1) -;r nni tosltuii i 1a
ba kLt Sli drom wr w eniytfo r 1lHIN[ l il. . ... Y ..
GRAlHITN-E ElIAN'lVT IANINT No. 3j Ni etwton Jack'.oiinvll l<1d K1K <'1(>it NC.i.t) .i
We guarantee IRA.I'HITE 2LA 3- u^ mo4 i' v. loamiaici .. ,* - As'. Ap
TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, a 1) 1 o2n Ar. MSotn". (ti MOv, t) W P ON
,on *jf t a Ar. A hi 'ti. .. . ;4o l 46 0 a
phialtuin or any of tih products of 1a 1 Ar. AnnistM i, Ala .. -. ... . . .. .a. .
811i 4 Ar. lruislnlen. AtKv. In 40 I I 3 0 p7
petroln mi, a lnd when applied to any A No'ni.7 1i'3eun V .. a. ': t. a
Tsurace according to inr directions lo - ; Al. ntin l' ity. I 10 *s '' 1 oe5 p '-
wear |perfectly for ai period of five, ..... ,ao a npiiiiu Ti d Arn '4 A ... ...I x
yoars, and we agree to (firnllsh, fre of V i 1' Ar. -1. Sptitorg, An I .y ...
charge all paint oecssiry to repalnltt Jfi vtin tI 4l ,nh .t i u y, r wio ng rLo tetweDly,
any surface where it iha proved dt'- ninittg irHs. Appl, my.4 a ityi 'lo.t. Ag ntl0 for RIn.4en0rvat!,inltS. m
t .. ,rnnIe II. F. -'R )s.1. la'. Agt,, ION W. Wit.y 't., ,Jiaeksol'tle, FIt A.

in Connection With ATLAIN

aComet60 plotW LvOI*.)60 ...,.........
irt the sky cotines the star of health a A33 t rlotte, N ..,
tothe weak and 3 3 4 Ar. Ote, ...
weary despon.* A r.. vi l v ., I
Sdento i speptio, r i Ar.iCnuhmo ndVa .. .. .So ...... v
r c dring alt l N i Ar"( rttll ri ...... ................
3tom a n .0
5"digestivo,5 it 1 )tit c r. althuore, Md ....-P R, R v. k
disorder a0 1 3 w i 3 1 i3 Ar. NoI Yo(ut ......... ....t.. .
SNew York. AnI ts ily .tOllt IiMu rtuli; .k've" (t lllty ex it u l t '"
N\o 331 iait Y "'Nv. York ti n l'.>r(iti xproeai." luiuat d iwtrt roT ole ii i
um i cI l ween i Ne.- York. Ceaohoe botwen tannlie
Sand Nos. lls I0 \'aiHtiiton 11iul lor-i IlluA l ,ntd" .linllrn drwitni room alepi0r010
Sth ll \ \ lt Sthe arsnr b et n* e tw cn Imbtina nai \asvinkli>,tor, t. In v. l .
hi,,e N. Th'lii l> the **Land of ti lsky.0 No,.
)f that 7 ).... l ...... (Jac hlo nville, l..... t
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heart 'Ar a .. ... T ......,. .. . ,t.V
lea byi iNto,.:u It1113o iiAMdrawfil roo.u nl i)htn slot or bel k1O atilo 1 14
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nearly So I othee
W. W. Striplng, the clever sad 4
W, M. Joh00on 04 p"aa wholale
4f a Igy front Ocas aind other peiit*#,

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nor hltatrlega4s
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ltging Ito S. J. 1Thomas
Dnpletvey eomolishes Biggy.
'tN^.ff:'0 I.I...'i

ft tbe 0oSt e"oiting runaway
WinhaItte dly tor some time oc-
11teid)*yt, whkh resulted in

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,* ,w*w 95 *w*-. .... apUVst complete deitrustion of a JU "lt
ae T bfore tavihe- at was owned by S. New o0t Fancy Wh ods
e Adam pRokllwas Thowsx,4 da4 ime ieof thedisas- , $ ), *
itthe.hrgeg *age ra ofIO. Pritchard,
set W. F0 14 ted4 traveling salesman the employ of NeW Shirt Wio4 Lie.w 0
&7,toay tSt ke o. op'id buso1es0. P0, .;o O & Son, the book publh Al
a m , k ~arer tof New York. Embroideri~ Fo t
# y*iif, "was & f t mt to 'thiss i. y ..r.. ritbhard .employed the animal .. W... t
w.t a R w" athe tables of y. R. Thomas for for
e.,h7.:' f w ork alot the city. He progressed HOveltyh 6 ie .
itheely until he reaced mofNovelty e
4. a o Qbi 9t am v "o tdete. 3 J.i B, {erald. -The hfrse has been For skirts and Jeit tii

pa ws t)thdaa o oiefa isit to aie n the home of Srs. Gerald was reached Stamp ed .
erse. Thy e pe t to return today, Pritchard without hesitancy Li en Waist Patterm.
P .A .. *F e ke t h r ]r et u r d d ro p p e d th e lin e s a n d p r o c e de de d to ov. ..... r
the home'j Novelties 0n NeCKre ar

en obynfb4 weeeas be othe ~ iggy, however, the animal made a
e ha bee he dn das h,which resulted eriousi. Special Values in 5 nd
S kof y w s of piano tantng. With a 2:40 gait he proceeded down IOc Goods
seat e favorere Gaineswlle with a Foley. kidney Cure if taken in te 34echanic street, turning ihto West
t trdy. He was regst. at atrd seuity from all kidney and
ov iwosB .. b...l.dr dseades. Bold. b:y W. U. Wal- ain street, where thebuggy: collided
1 ..pra 'in iers c n'*6 drug store. ith. a telegraph pole and was smashed ,__
h..i.eb thisM e ing fo Dr. U. Aldefuan almost bey ond reco. gnition. Mr .R
oo, l hee o be ng n n npeakig of t disaster MRS. R. WILSO
L -^ w ^ ....Ith iteafet e.f .Ca ter Belton Pritehard stated that the horsestarted .
s S )M0st 0kiRi 4te Gaskins is doing the work. jus; as he grasped tLe lines. The
of. h :e. beknawn rol .*Ir R.o r C ]tons,. a graduate of 's action wasso'sodden that the animal
a fstb kn teria, Waso a 'lorid Enasry, after a brief Et go away before he realized it. He A1 M
ijgtei s"lto,: w a t to afi .rere abrie was in nowise responsible for the dis-
S toi turned t i home as ton ater, abu naturally regrets the same.
"aQpi Tb S ib to R-ioroor audge Mason yesterday Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
0spaio b telned a mariage license Joe E. "For ten years I had chronic bron- REFRIGERATORS
l4 st5 d neiseopans ow and. ils or J.. Thomas. chitis so bad think at times I could not
d btf bu p of the western part of the speak above a whisper," writes Mr. WATER COOLERS
Sstab k o oph ,ma, of lMontmorenci, Ind.
o "I tried all medies available, but OSQUITO
t l tlnt et reutedtO to TI W. haids of Otter reek, one of W~h no success. Fortuntel y my em UITO
;'iftl beIw eata sia8s1 the most texsive naval sores oper- ployer sLggested that I try Foley's CANOPIES
.,r" a yeste$a .. atOr6 11ily county,made a brief visit Honey and Tar. ts effect Was almost 0A PIES
, ty of tlo, i. Y., who has to ls family, who resident this ity, diateo, mand recommendations many A LL
been i 4hi fty for the past few yesterday ople have used Foley'a Honey and
ks.de t her h yester- J. H. Granger departed yesterday ar and always with satisfaction." SEASONABLE
Vhe here she was comfortable for Tampa. sd other points. He Iex- Sold by W. 0. Wallace's drug store.
leeated at the home of Mri. L. A. pects to be absent for several days In WILL ERECT BIG PLANT. GOODS
r er the meantime Marshal-eet Pinkoson High Springs Company Will Install Ice
W. n of a Wi will assume the duties of marshal. .and Refrigerator Machinery. CHAMPION
*has Wl been l*adiaga pleast$i 0 sea- The elegant home of J. A. Goodwin The people of High Springs will soon
o ows ome in tb lubeen beautified by a liberal appli- be enjoying the comforts of an ice AN D
art for home yesterday. tion of paint. The work was ele- manufacturing plans, and the planters DEERING
mag sll pleaded with ainsllYe, uated under the direction of Painter in that vicinity will be afforded an op-NG
ll ta sease- ooty, an irefleets credit upon his runity to place their meat in cold BINDERS
il aI of eripe was in the ability a as storage if they so desire.
i|t|terd.. li^e ame for p Miss Sara Broadway, ay. accomn- Th. High Springs Industrial Cown- REAPER&
Sslt4lw-g to P.et W. Eb1 polished young lady of Albany, Ga., pany, recently organized with a num-
S predent of after a pleaat isit to friends in this ber of the leading biainese men of the HAY RAKES
0l041pa01tetlowtt ., r f ad r he omyeste y. own as stockholders and officers, yes-
rw t~he eablisiaseat of a sob-0elsol M6Al 2 Bir~odway made many friends terday held a meeting for the purpose PRICES LOWEST
a14 4 ater i l 4esda" here who will be glad to welcome. her of disemuing the plans for the erec-
Sof Mr. or aga tion of a six-ton ice plant, which will TERMSRIGHT
s. t ptahe e e harehf Yesterday was a most disagreeable have a refrigeration capacity of ten
tfiw me bt 4w r the wi04nd blowing with grea ye- t The stockholders mean business, Thomas dwe & Seed So.
oo 4 De si toda.v s d to- l 0ity .most of the time. The strets repose to begin the erection of
sorow. Thi rebate is a lowed be and stores were very dusty, and lding at once. The plant will ___.. --- -
side qsn glwv ,ty D.r,.v.. asigeatd the hies that the prov a big thing not only for the Two Secrets of Sucess
C.X. L ,ytu of hirm of Lewis & street sprinkler could have been. used thriving town of High Springs, but to
Lyfh, wholesale grers, J .cn- t.o great advantage The sprinkler the adjacent county as well. The success of The Mutual
Rt i t briet v to telatie could be used at comparatively snmll George W. Moyers of this city went Life Insurance Company of
herepated eseay fo erse. epene and the service wod prove to High Springs yesterday to consult
l rids quite acMeptable ,h s as with the oflcers and directors with New York is due:
bwe ap le o wa w m _rega. rerd to the plant M. oyers thor-, Firs-To its selecon of
-ogh-- uner tand machinery of alllection of
^" pro le AHRE"IMNS ELECTED FOREMAN. kids, and his visit will no doubt re. risks:
of owor o Oagu. sult in his securing the contract. It writes no insurance in un asthful
e eght rs. fa.ilttiay bwn as He Wit QG b the D mt of .o eroke intoHus. i rions or on vicious or subl-sandaslives
S, Quinn of Covendih, Vt. was Second-i-To the invtment
the frjesd: of ti@ unit ttl a l tt meetngm of1 wE hmmm fobbed of his customary health by in- Of its funds:
st to In tha be has ben ldibe of low Company oo I was held rsion of chi cst h nof its funds:
fr the st few wee. We company over te Dr.King's ew LifePills brokeinto end o A Bank Wl, which
sag w, tuwever, sat espe o hoe T^ night. The i i Pil broke it a how the greatest accusation of
oS b e bles again ito. It ba o wa rod1 with an unusual- his house, his toble as arrest ted and st funds in the world is invested
,, visited ae ence, the company h aranteed so ure. y at all drug Good health and g d in.
,t ?, wk eo det"..e--" '-d yam -I.e of e ng tozema., the Sd -. s wr e ss~ -a. been cmasused by tOds uee -r Shoo toward making anyone rkch.

lt ibeyli' hirtion he wa s t pos t. Henry A ron reertuf th School of the l..nversi of VirFznza. e -in Amoue., aISUANiMe.
....... w h e .ate leata y bo t esno b e rotes was decar- at ChariottesriIle. It was e-tab~a h :,,I ^,.
aeMM" 4 : .,-,... e Ielected. Mr Abtren is weil ow :bae ',y lb hte 8f. hn Minor. TnHE MUTUAL LIr. J SRNe.

OWW ?s #eter'ed mew.p i with t to himself *it J 5 1st n xt S-e ad e.rtse1.ent !d. W:Ui au aid. .Z be rty ao sa N.F
.. ... ...r...L ,'a- [-.M; t w, L ll e.
gysij f, ^. a .oogrs ia,4 A Lov Le- .:er-
the sa~~*IWitau* 3k, )Uf~ss as~-, ..- L~'j L..H

es $-ou'a not interest ya it if ou"re L k fs
f ag to White.11se ihau a se.. loking for Ar a r To S n s in receipt of letter froml
gpaappad e~g fwekns;otstlad e1k. d f odr.d seA well, for many a resi-
9s1e.pIp tofSa messmt at pthtede it eu s'r fr rye4'b wct~ angl i n eity,.but *e( Warner
teftaret al. laeatter he paa ngies reicarist year. b ~ ~~ A, which pays hpt only the
a tow.Mo d rag r ie s -dm.. irs tiiohegt p r tb1 the city a ni, e eomplinent

thepagnted keptthegssp c hgt Letne a~r BapiastrChg 6 oM ^awill says: "I eose $1,
as thoogiag"tLankt en assatg Bs etist Ch.rch fr which you will please ad me the
-to aliaIht t Yus k! tn e Sun. the to ti ald 5 grei
SeeClatll~achrs.or tr asm ?p tm e standpx.. ( nar'y of the people, siand *alI alwasJ
A etm $r edsaha pspe oowi renmenier them kindly.',Mr
tee PON"::th J e en W4 a t ItheaeaIentcot

~4amI~e bmdossteus Rtbbed of its Te*r th sentiment of his$~~ here 18
at hemstyeataiarby 'we &s aly' li4nelW and 'Tar. It hiighjiu im well wl* IP may g
teapseeuatd to dtorug'te racking ch o z that h e pa e futV
Spr t re I Lenc#" the l on st If tk es a th e hdeietl willih

tit inst un .asa attack of *gR
Wanwmia. "'Tehal Sol by
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monday anr Thursday


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4niipat N pti i o1 ur
NewpOrt, X. -*.
;h Decort$ona and Rate and Oc0
owns Marked Bvent- 'ride a
room Reclplents of Many Elabor
31fts-Trip to urop to Fellow.
Twport, I., A:Wl" ...:-he 'w
i. otfRegnald C. VaiaperbI4, ofN
4k, the youtgnest sot of the ltat C
| vande-gltta Ti-OathOeen
S so of ew York w
t,. a a .ofo ,yew+ ..; l, no
luyred at Anlfigh at n
y, I was a brilliant a weil
ei ly begIpnlng. of the so lil 5
oft 1 0 t Noewport. As the m
took place in a private vl
mluhehd muh of the splen-dor wh
1 attends a church tfuhctl
5Q guests, nearly all from N

p RENAL \R YAE 0 a5BXLt.
Y'ork, were present.
The decoratmiof were white on
k aclcground of green; bridesmi
were gowned In white, with ,white
ture hath; the bridegroom, his 1
man namd the usliers Wore white i
cravate and white boutonnieree,
thb bride, of course, was attired In
purest white. The day was gray
cold, with' a misty northeast w
blowing in from the sea.
Fr an hour perceding the cerem

a orchestra played and just at n
ath measured strallt of the Io A
SMach tsignaUed the approved
t bridal party. The Rev. Fa
Menan atUensdedl by two altar b
uret .usly. hadd taken his plAce 4
flortA altr, and just an the procea
stated down the grand staircase
Vesderbl-t, atcopaited by his
brother Altred %wynn Vander
took postttlo tt4b4 the priest. I
on the arm of
k Gbbardt.t Her
S*a.we M$M tgsbelle
#hingtov Via 1orWce Tw
", cowla of Mvr VanderTblit.
W + sa. aud M-ass Nati
ph0 wo led the proceed
.) .. *t21op., brother
:.. & BnrdTof New V
pEw mw 1 ow
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wt a eSat thei tiasipp 4Cone itions
Mir. S*i Mrs. Van,"rti!t left for
tt nw villa t Sandy'Point, a few' OOutitute $ our a
Inl'eAT O up the ela d1riDAg the NGfter
ngon, where they will spend a few WATVRLOO LEV5$ IN DANOR. *
days prevLous to-a three mn-th'. tris . . c
y5 thre moitve H.ndred Men Art on Sene at
nd Work to Prevent WVaters from En-
t HERMIT OF A larging the Crevasas and Causilng
Miserly Recluse Dies Leaving For eve, to Give Way:.
ed tune Behind Him. Ne.w Orlen, Apri .---Flood inter
w nPlvidereI N. J., April 15.-Patrick t t today center !n th trouble at
Slynn 82 years old, known as the the Waterloo.levee di the e~ast bank
C lse r hermlt cf Hlarkler' Hollow, hlA of the river bout 7~ wl h above thm
n been found dead In his hovel. IlHe Ity nd tlhe morting advices from
W had ot be. n m asn for several dayi there were thpAt the sIttiAtlUi was ('o ,
" and '.los, entorcd .h home and Sidered serious. :Watir is pouring
a- ftl h iu altting In an. Improvised, thtough.a erawlita htol 18 to 20 tcehoes
ar- chair, h Is head oh one aide. Flynn In ,dameter near the i ase of the leveo
11A, hAd never beea married, at n11 llthe and the fear sla th,% f"the ,rUnaroundl
S"money that cma into iis psoesalon cannot be built the weakened levee
n. he boarded. lHe would not trust nay will give away. Plv~Y#undiod men are.
rowr O h the banks, but. kieitIt all In the at the scene an4 fqurtows of cribbing,
rookery he called .home, The houseoI the longest zuur t, hatve been start'.
Was barrleadd- front. and back, and ed under the directi d, of Prealdont.
io one -could have broken into It with- i eof the levee board, State ngi-
out .a long siege. I near [wiS alsd th Plnters.
It wa' known that the (11 tMian A mtdutbox. ws bul1 to the r6ar of
had money, and when the a hr~r r the ribbing. An elei eut Of d anger
broke open his trunk they fotnd a pile Il the *oftened o PoUl4tIn of 'the levee
of bank bills covered with mould. Out d4e to the long per that the river
of the old rags on which he slqpt has stood against It A break at this,
many pieces of gold and slver fell point would be danketrous, putting the'
TIlkere was an old can in one corner. Misissippi Valley os out of condt .
It had some musty flour in it, and. In tIon. flooding hundreds of atera of cot
the bottom was a bag of silver coin. to land and truck Jrmns in the new
In the'ewther boards, In the chimney, river secvtlon and"f tilbnuMorglng thou-
under the rafter; in fact, wherever sands of acre of vatidhble sugar lands
the men searched they found money. In the PonehartMuin district.
When counted the money found The work at Hly-ella crevasse was
amounted to nearly $3,000 in gold, sil. continued today with a.n, increased
ver, bills an pennies. force of men, but It will be sevWal&
It was lea.rne that Flynn had a als. days before It ,an be determthned
ter l rIng In New York and hoe was Whether the renewed effort to close
at once telegrapho for. The ster the crovasse will be succeiAful. Inform o
bad been to see Patrick last summer. mailou reaches here that wator from
She alleged that she knew thaty the the erevase, floodtll, aig sections
money found was a small' part of the of LaFrurche parish aite*Ay and great:
wealth of her brother and ordered the, damage WIll be done unleew it eain ber.
march reiamned. closed. Thte two crevasMes on the low-
n c ror: LaFourohe are beuin elosed.
iaja AFTER PUGITIVE FORGER. The rtiv6r here i 119 feet.
T I . ... . .... .. .". '
bett Detachments of Regiment at Fort Tot. MAN UFACTURERW'ME:ET"
andten on Man Hunt National Association Convenes at No' w
the New York, April 15.-With rifle Orleans-Large Attendance,
and loaded and belts filled with ball car . ew Orleans, April 15,-The .Aoel.i
rind tridges, detachments from the regl.' ation of Manu1nctur' ro reprosentlftnl
ment at Port Totten, aeourod, the ,-,hundreWof malllions of lvtAtod Ai Mr,
ony neighborhood yesterday pursuit of. lean capital began at Tulane hall to
a comrade, who had been imprisoned day with what prouwles6 to be the'
for forgery, had obtalnV4 his release most Important manual convention in
by another and promptly fled. the history of the The fugitive was a member of the open and avowed hostility to Presideln'
S lfrty-forttth eoast artillery, and was D. M.. Perry towards the mOtt lxs of
atscha" to the company of the dis, organized labor has attracted wide Ati,
*hratof foer ftr th*e hool of utb- teltlon and the largely increase dole,
more defense. He had accoass to gate reprweseatation froMo the varloitm
t6e check book and forged CaptaJn aMMnufra BaJley' signature to a check which declared by the mentmbhe to be due
he hd tched In his own company. largely to the Interest takeit by the
ObtMiug1t*ve of abseote e he cam membbor In timlabor svaastion. J-rse
to thli elty. MeUorwhile the f Trgery delegations trom the i'Ut, rtM Lnd New
bad been disoovered and ioldlera were :ngland states arrived Sunday and
dltpatched Iiit sercth of the c-rk. He yesterday, and thme slpoitl trtin :bear-.
wof toud and tak m to Fort Totten Ing the rprtottv- Ofth. thiddle
guard broue. All day Sunday he wa *sttte section ciiano in this mo, troin
e0nflined 'itr i wph Prhsident Parry and Otber roffl ?ro
Yesterday he was taiko under guard of the t ;wlatlon I rmAl4atly aptm
for as intwri ew with Capta&n Balley, the arrival of the trail the dlefietses
As he came out he h.a"nd t to the gathjred a the 'fuhar'- bhltt in Univer
oon sentry a 'reea*'" .tyng '*i0ve thbat| ally pla., wbherO .Mn, W. Pr'ch, ve '-
ies- tO the sergeant." The orgeant recog. preldent for TAiulslana(, lMle4dthe con.
i of ulsed tha order for release and the i'eutlon to order. Mayor Paul Cap'
ther eark wet to his teat. Htdiy bun- dvtelle, of New Orlseae .tO a oyw ord
oy.: 4*15g1 him eIvl1an clothes together he W. W, Heard. a4dre ,d the delegate
it a swam .the Ctmek which pe.rat l the in hearty bpeerh oa wv ei, .re, and
losa fort from the mtalan.dd Md dl4asppe a. Prmtdent Parry re.i)a4 And them
Mr. | s, juas it4i es. nea- Iop- that the. the ronvnMtlion ettled litelf to the a.
ider **le41* was so a forwery. rlove bestease of the qMiotnt,, begin
bilt, .... ... ' a la" th t .he reading f the pre ,
Mu Old Mt Bring Rare Pfoe. .deant'. a sun repr.. : .
her New York. AWl 'l t-A parts of a MvMlall Ctestag, W't$oas. sder. -
tour the private library of haati Apipls tug, followed wtrt b iis S!ua reptl,
Nay ton 10 belag sold at asectiot. Thb4 ebwtit ats increase $( ,inerathipe
omflargest bid of the opeu 'at. as. for of ZO per esent dilrtui Uis copr of one of the sat E0btas pr.*te4 ad a4 s easisatory Bei.laI 4odWt* .
halie In the tataiillh te0ag1 dsae4 1fl Tb. ebsesaa kaBouse ed las etant(D
'Thts rafas sp*ieem r o WOsMtI $3O. A e ntea s *.R at 1 det. edoaurni

sion book of colimon. 1repw5 a rare fMt r al t flr itw wo toll-1 k1 -
r of 0 A4iion of 19, brWmtt $1*4. Aa ftsemes sewtoe was d to 4 j
,N A sllh pritp of VT. hi to otit~ e anaStl . *. m
Pork Ush ad lAtt*a 26,h 1t $ rw :. e 'ging o e .ol ..t..
o- ags' fart boa f. of w"inch ito y TW 1, 0 .I Ies we*t lat
**w It' I a O n itw O Iat U suA `000006"k as 1 abe I
ansauied sur(. '. sTo t rafor the a
es i t2S. patet* asse:l* (Ddti*' W l
r Trag_ __aO _
M .. :: .. ....... ... .
5 5re r civ t -M.. .'l Aprl "L- o o
i Qopartalo sad GNeadeepe Mlioawi 0 t, <
Set. i s .1s10t W at 3 *SaitMi>.iii
kinrM-^^*"^' 0*^:i:ii~i^

Mater ofAbe the t.n...n'. dra ltu I


Iemlearla4 The*tehi 'W'a.t Otta49 Oant. April lS-M'ti
Meademey, tet.; Aril *1& l 'wm oompsars 'm lls'hoed
tem Mown, a iosere..b he rw< os ei.n 0 to s4 ,, 1
letter freas pknsw. peois wais* we ia rege pss>Nr 4)1 uem*1';to

o hre ea ,...rt he, Rh# tee th. 4s* 4

IW-t aM oo' po rk t o
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ISDAY," APIII 1if, 1903


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U. I St'.al eormdtroting the te f ^IIB CfIdANA *nitf07i)
on .for the eonmoslttee of those or- t,., .~. ...
4tle thit unl*'the comloany re a I edo;A trihU A v
rom ,ts position t eday aid semnid for h Vl U. -
be eoon'itte. the tatter will return to i "
Heir home and a poll wilt be read East Side of West nad wQ1O 'i
mi the proposAtilor for a strike mand 1 0mes.
.tion will be taketi.
"'Vhe Northern Pacifte refused to FLAME8 !TARTED IN HOTEL.
rrant .its men what every other trant- *
ontinental road Th" allowedd" sa 80*ne of the Fi. Wa .at the tmrPin .
Mr. Garretitson. "The company re-
'sets to do awey with the doubleohei ad- ReQrt on" Lake Ponehiartrtain and
mr In a way to equa Une matters. There Many 6malll oats Were Burned Be
a the obstacl'" fort They Cou"d St MoWd.
The grand oiffers with tho commit.
too called on .General Manager Coo)p- New Orleana, April 15.-An early *
or yesterday, but the latter told them morning ore swept the i:st. 814d of
he could not accept their propo0slt1on0i. West liond, the t.exmor resort on lAke
Today will dovetlop decislvo results. PontchartratlAn att yil g couslderabbl* .
property today. The Atre department
FLORIDA LIMITED WRECKRD. t nwd dlficl "t- rechuing the scehr
and bucket brigtadw Were poweRles
Southern Passenger Train .Ran Into tosta.y t.ieo bar W.
an Open Switch. The blase slatetrl n the Oapital hoa..
Holen, Ga., Aprll 15.--ike Southern tel, wo'h w .as dtroyed, alog w"t.h
railway .vetlibuled train No. 14, the number of smaller bulinesa establsl,
"Purlda 1 Amitd.," going south, ran ments aMid boat houei, 'The me f
Into aU open switch In the yard hore I i tus l e wrsustltane4d by th ,
yr"teria y morning and was partially member, of the Southern Yt0ht club
wrecked. A large number of sloops, eat .ots
The engine rain Into ah opeA box and y6chts ware att author tn -thoe pi
car on the oido track and wilCked when th fire started a.t many werd
It, doralling the eugine, nail and exo burned before they eid e t moved'
prese cars, out Into the cantwl. Ai-nA the boats
The engine was turned over and the burned were some of th b4~ st knowt .i
mall car turned diagonally acroae the in the Southern Ytiht 'l\b's fltet. .h
track,. los Io estimated at 50,000.
lSngIpeer George Lttlo stuck to hls
poet until the engihe left the rMls, FIRE DESTROYS PLAY HOUSEO .
when he jumapped, bru.ialg one log. .. 01
slightly,. Washington Theater at Rome, N. Y.,
Pireman RoUowell was also bruised 1000
by jumping,! Buth 4-4- 0ft,
- An engine was sent from timber Roome, N.- Y., April lS,.- TheWas:
Ctty to take passenger and baggage I ngtmn theater here, ownoe by W*al06eo
cars Oin south, delaying them only & (AGlimo.e of ODrwiio, WIM dleitro y t
about an hour and al alf. y fire early todAy1 The loIs is b*
tween $126.QOO0 pd 0t 0,000, at hut itb:.:
AFTER ARREST HE SUICIDED. covered by Insiuttte. The Arlnpto.;
IoteL, adjoln.ag, took arS twice, but
brooks County Man Put Poitol aill the flame ere extlnguitthed witoli., t ..t.,
-In Brain" much damage bt dotg o,...-L
Qutman, Ga., Apritl 14,-Ivy Datw The wall 0 ` th Ihlt,?r tofw in tA:b
pier, a young man M3 years old aid a ,core o(f Plt ons who .d .Wrd*d ':
ivtign 15 miles from Qutiiman, In the withltw the flre' ., :-TThe theat'. ,
eafttern part of the county, committed building also cotained WWL num, o
uicilde by 'shooting hlmsoelf In tho a05t0 and two clubs. t'FtO piropterl
head all 4dtroyed.
A deputy sheriff had' gone from Quit
man with a warrant for bim and made POLICR PROBING MYSTEIRY.
tho arrest, Arrangompnts were made **. ."
for him to come in lam make bowd Redy of Man Pound tIn Barel with
and the oieer was aske to take dlOn. Throat 1C0.
nor with hli family. Niw York, prlli1S.-,A lmturder was
ieo then asked pmrrnlslon to bathe dilwovered e art to,4'by t:he f and chav"Ie hlti oothltr. goot after of the body f a.. ,, ,.anapparntly. a;l
retiring to his room the sound o a i talianw In la barrel It itM *) leVeh
Pltatol shot was board and on opetning seet, e r t he deo The W*A*%
the. d a pistol to his left temple and sent lbdy was wa .
a bullet through his bratan. A sCtm b weignH s her w to k'K
toATAL OAM. OF rALLre ktlt ntk o-
FATAL AMi. OF SAIL.. wa k man -,jq., haaagi ont.L. ^
Newnan ,Youth Rocives Death low infmr thlpit i e fIlta.oa
from Swiftn ll. the c* t y st f' a surlag eva -
Newne, Oa., April XA.-WhMle play bor' 1.6 si w itatter. W,
Ing na $ .etif baseball eore pumes" waited :vlt"wtmo.th e b'......
Arnold wa itrtxk Just ovor os' he but the p sht tee ttgi 'i
fy a swift all.f, 4 tlthm I d d In reveaing i
He *As etmhnnod for a moment, but myttr.- Zt ; a t .o. -
appfr rntly.rleovereJd from thwe ik body t trottw f thee b'Ody
41d rewme4l his par* In uek pine. th v gt*%#<.Vo theith
lmuneisMtaly upon r05ginostig a li Pe wagon, but'ft %o :4h .$,' A
tkon he fell to thit ground and expired, leveh l t e 4and dr0pp th
Pmy-lrlans Wfre hslmrlbl s. ioe t in the ftsee% nk a uttvi 4 iqf ig N
m rnu d, but all ff1 rts to r1s-toe ri' 4W. ...er -.:.;":,:.- .: .-...
The lad was 16 yearss of *ge and the Pythtn O effot-. t @ t l:k*e
,oa of A ,. Aroot, cusly ,urvcyor. Oba let og ApIU IB..A psrty o .4
London took Ex ,ansge. KI lat5 atl of"ItM-t Aium, tho u S -:
Sinaoi,. Aprl t,.%,--..ltims ont. the prgiesm, c letas T .. R .l lag, o *
|to'k i- ESxcisa today S^pOeA with vaed FM ,.p Ne.a Jappe
atroeg decHinf ip AIialtBMaB, whrib'i IRk Crhaab4a eet Bsa e a
howemer, remeiltd sova pa4rt. mere: general t ,u th# waopr .
wee. no escitametat adnA only ( small fad, rried *'.ty uwly this
trapnetalosa. Pendng, the arrival ol or: freei $4*v9Be Whrer they
tle New Yodr quot attiae (e leaders hMv #e e im tu he nam misls 'as e.
took but little bad In ths market and of 5p ve,. of * 4upr .i.
there a ere plety Of bhegew of uch iee a lse4 gu. ENors
sharein a. were @ et4t. The pwe5i' r |r Wis for theft
t inmaret opiasnl bees t* tata thm eM.*ptiof et 4 they w:ih Wea* t 5.1
Northern earities deorlsot wolat lse -norted t
SwSoU eiy roS VIae.. The 1d4(( h teble4 A bassinet wlUl be
Awto'aiw#*rKU hofs ?ay Lee4o' 9jkrf eb ngh followed Imy a

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% a anty hr m ond"ay

s mber of people to the
~ ,toatthele'.t, a bold
stobbery- especially since.
s iscovered up stafra
a're household was awake,

M o ."ry and family were at
i'b0dyhe anois the room
tih. is o cupled as her bed-.
,at proceeded to investigate,
topbihing thle room she o-b.
4dth*at e door was c alWoed. She
ie" hand upon the knob and
:I t oe, M.whAe.n man suddenly
t! tr .the' bright 1y 0o the,
^ |it; agh4t, and .dashed across the
Iiallway t r o another rooM.
rs. MtcCreteary immediately gave
i to; the family of George'
h Motehatit, wbho reside.. ezt
d ,a,46amessenge was dispatched
9p*ii ~ ieer..In nthe meantime quite.
f 'a|ufebr.hearingthe original alarm,'
$ iuregated about the: premOWse,
i p aw{*hihstansiing this tie .Would-be

40 lieved. that he descended a ladder
e~ tr rt e of the0 house. It wants a
eat disappointment when .the house
'l s areodh to find tlat the man had

s, 3 oor, p fary had the opportuniyV
o*a good view of the party. She states'
ithat e it 1l a lIght ginger-ake com -
plexio, appeared tote about eighteen
year of age" about flvefeet,- flve
tes In heioght1, and .-weor a black
11t a*d 1white-Sloueh hat.
This same party, a few monionts be.
0he twept to the home of Mrs. 'Me,
0r6'ry, wasi di eovored deseendiig. ,he
$ lrS .of Mrs. Wilson'i home. He was
iscovered: by the cook, who asked'
ain what. e wanted., 1e replied that
1e 'wasi looking for Mrs. Amnmons,
olse, .and tI-e cook directed Ihim
there.. The fact that he was famlliHar
thu:iawes gots as evidence :that lie#
-bostbe1. president ofthe. City.
,aves Two From Death.
"urQp liUttle dhtughter had ani almost
0gtal attack of 'whooping edoaigh and
hiis," writes Mrs. W. 'K.
tiof .Armionkd N. Y., "but,
Ow other *ittdiaes fnallmid, we
'r llfnewitlH Dr. King' New
:... Ou~r inieie who hbad oon-
ZIn an advatncd stage, also
s wnderful medicine and to-
A t" ectly w ." ')De perteo
Vd0ling,.di"ses yield to .Dr.:
SDialcover as th no other
U U .OAM; egrt(t. Infallibleo for
1dJ,40 0 Oc and $1.00 bottles:
jed'.' all druggists, TrI.al

l i of. Pabtl.c School, After Suc-
Vii't*rrrm-*wOther Notes.
ter-I,4 il' 14.-Mr. and MrM.
0 *W t, winter visitors
(aeW' 44IV; Visiting friends at.

V Lre, W. ascksoin returned from
S.York :Theeday, whore she had
) *n tor' two weoks buying gotAds fo
O( (tm of J0 T m Fiemlng & .Sont. Slhe
,Tets It sow storm the day she left

Capt. easily, of the Seaboard who
ba been laid up with rheunmatisn ftr
some time, ls able to be out ont
e ratohe..' .
R. IB. Hodgieoi has ibeen on the 'iok
,ieth ut isable to attend to busitaMs

^,*)r. and Mrs. W. A. Wood have
tt:0on theotr annual pilgrimage to
#g4 North. 'Thny left Thursday amnd
ligo to Fernandimna to stay swhilme
th lhi daughter, .Mrs, Ptine, when
he.i ., wI g o to Boston to spend the'

~, Oir tblic tebool closed a very agri'-
^ i||adal termon"lhmarsthy and a pionto

- p ^ ra at ll Pond.. All Ihad. a

Aft a-W mat?
IUsuasly hasktuiag ough and a gen.
tee~lrng of wsakpeg, often leadg
,*tatl results t~telh< patlent Is
to h&'r paet: thw danger
Yil~er'a tfcnz and 2kr i{

Are. easily d:';t i14

to take thegood oldt -
a rd :In Ily mH edIcine,

t ahr regular nerve
.ljft er pea ect blood
e r.itii iii j i iiiM ii 11-- ^^ ';..* ,

F' 3.^f wh^S Ss nce kt s a Aywr.
______ F., c;.j;f. tvrnaso., *M.ait w.<.


ierv1e. at ol Triniatbdy, St. hatimck's
o ^

ray.,e W ie- it the Omkr ,h of the orne io
SolTrinty wert attended by en
At te :a30 morning service rPi- ieeatrh aud 9tret-pa aeen a eted
r- -rl#*AI"dedry teo.*7,KTe igtaTefm, divers disa=eae. oterhsiod, fait y
,plar, attended in a body. Thie choiro 4 strengtthat snou wofer bWOM uds
Swas under tue direetpio of Mrt. Johm the ervous tenaion. th> zid
Gray, wh3. with the members, a upon her nervous trengt
Worked most laboriously to perfect' greater than similar dethe
the sicam l part of theservice. *ipin greater en wrie a ith the ce
Gray presided -a te organ,, most of- w -l -tuat gves stmugth. The
feetively, aisted by Miss Ida Burk- reason women fee tired andworn out
A lkle-1 A t *t 1 ";d r C. mA xL.- ni ;--_- wfr> r f hat. tP&A*PhP- uxtna him flha'

bni At tMe pjano rid MIT
Valuable ubrbr tf The sun Says The Charcter of the music was of
the highest o qder, and its. xecatfon a
ounty i in ,Fine mdltion.. i distinet:pedii t to Mrs Gray and all
WPforth of i prgs wa the. members of the choir, especially
n the city yesterday M Danforth renitt of Dr. Stainer's great
ha ju.Jt trtumed frdfm Pt. Myerse anthem, atshe offertory, "Thou That
where he spent the winter, and wa..en ptThe chorister boo appeared
rOute home. as wel' to adantoge, especially in theI
in speaking of Fort Myers old vien-singng TeDeum.
t, Mr. )anothstate4 that it w a sterervices at St. Patrick's
In his opilonah Wfl#etst Country in Catholie t~r'h were also unusually
Floria,. "Thee: have been a great impreaese. The church as literally
many olurirl and.p"spee r in that banked with flowers, arranged int the
coutfy," h id, "and the big ot art. desis. The evie
hotels and boarding houses Ahave en- were eonduced by Rev. Father Cun-
joyed a most profitable season. A ningham ofkoton,one of the most
great nmaty come Just for the nidvelty emineft dirviec in the East. The mu.
of the thing, while many others visited sid was al >fine, being appropriate to
th,0set iont with a view of making it the obeasion.
th erpertahenthome, As a result The Methodist church was moSt
,the real estate aegnts have prospered beautiful and artis lly decrated
Spirobibly they never pro.pred .be-in g~ en and white flowers and plants,
fore., d tnere has beeh a general ar rtheN being sixty-three pots, vases,
.Oprosperity throughout that vicinity." uoq ets,
int speaking of, the citrus erop in Le- The large audience room was corn-
eounty, Mr. Danforth stated that ship. pletely filled with worshipers. The
eants had been heavy. About 60,000 choir covered itself with joy, render-
boxes of ranges were shipped from fig some of the finest music ever sung
ForttMyers loie, to say nothing of in ltis city.
other VomintR. A voluntary collection was taken for
T he Atlantic Coast Line is extending the general benevolences ordered by
its roadway from Punta Gorda to Fort the annual conference, amounting to
Myers, a distancej of about thirty miles. over 250.
The right-of way has been cut, and a Rev W. J. Carpenter officiated at
large force of hands are now engaged this church.
sn gradiug. It is calculated that the The Presbyterian and Baptist
road will be completed aud that churches observed the day fittingly,
trains.will be running to Fort Myers the pastors rendering eloquent and
riot later that ptnber tchig sermons.
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough. Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
Mrs. Eillon Hlatlison, of (X00) Park "For ten years I had Chronic bron-
Ave., ](Kasn C1qty, Mh., writes as foln- chitis so bad that at times I could not
lows: "Our two children hird a severe speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
attack of whooping cough, onie of them Joseph Ooffman, of Montmorencl, Ind.
in the paroxysm of coughing would "1 tried all remedies available, but,
often faint and bleed at the nose. We with no success. fortunately my em-
tried everything we heard of without poyer suggested that I try Foley's
Honey and Tar. Its effect was alinost
getting relief. We then called in our uniraetilous, and I am now cured of the
family doctor, who prescribed Foley's disease. On my recommendation many
'Honey and Tar. With the very first peoplehave used Foley's Honey and
dose they began to improve and we Tar and always with satisfaction."
feel that it has saved their lives. Re- Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug store .
fuse substitutes. Sold by W. C. Wal- -....--- -
laoe's drug store, EVINS' NEW HOTEL.
Attacked by a Squirrel. The Waldorf Will Open at Dunnellon

ITtis seldom that a pet squirrel be-
comes aggressive, but this has been
recorded in at least one instance in,
Galnesville, and Col. J. A. Ammons
was the victim.
There is constantly playing In the
vicinity of the AIninons home, East
Mechanic et rtet, a beatutiftil squirrel.
This little animal has become very
tame and ha-s beon accustomed to oat
front tf hands of those who felt in-
Olined to feed it. Friday niorning,
whon m Col. Animots wais peacefully ru.-
posing i a counfortabl,? rocker on the
front V'ermida it of his liomue, the festlve
little aniniatl mrawhId into his lap and
onto hht arm, Ii was piay fuly pratc-
ing a1lo]ig hi sleeve when suddenly,
with a vicious turn of mtindut, it sprang
upon his uncovered haid, ald it ias
n-eedleas to add. that there was some-
thing doing for a few seconds. iefotre
the excited Coloniol had realized it the
squ-irret had severely bitten and
seratehed. hi, the umirkh of which hei
is yet Carrying ii evidence,.
Confessions of a Priest.
1elv. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake. Ark.,
written "For .12 years I s. iffred trot
yellow jtaumtdice. I eons>ltnd iettltiuber
of, physieiauts a'nd tried "il sorts of:
medicintes, but got no relief. Then j
began tihe 1aee of Electric ittersn and
f4el thai I am now cured of a disla*e
that had me i its grasp for twelve
it K you want a reliable medl-
$Aive apd kidney trouble'
is e Ir or caclm-atl t2ANAit

>ft)'w l 'k*' *'" '* -' '*'^ .

U,5 UU MUILVWr IKUM J''pMl..IJx. djwjU5 lI I.LI
back and limbs, etc, iJ because they
have used up their supply of iron.
Menstruation trouble Islamely caused
by lack of iron.

Dr. Hatter's

Iron Tonic
s .pplie this element. It enriches the
I1 o and restores what strain baa
Augusta, Ark., May 10, itSM
,After having sold Dr. Hartr' remedies
tor mirtryyears can ceerfully rceomnend
i hem. Z Iliet tgt.dthatf
bholdi6nspeclaifa vrir..Ha-
,I" tp*,: teri iIron Tonle, adnid wO*,
r ecomenod it a the very
beAt prepraton of Iron J ma son
quanted with. "To weak., worn-put
Swomn., and those troubled with nerv-
qPuao poor difoetn. a d p-Je, thin
Sbood, believe to be a panases
"J. B.. WixasIoI, DrugtIt.i
a" "assur th Ww se tuem"sOsit toW mis .)t

As the Warm Weather Approaches
Visitors. Return Homeward.
Mr. and Mrs. Deming Fitch leave
today for their home in Madison, Wis.,
after an extended. sojourn in this city.
They have many friends in Gainveville
who hope to meet them here next
winter. Mr. Fitch is an old-time
Dem~Prat,- having cast his first presi-
dential vote for Gen. Lewis Cass.
Mrs. J. W. Hudson and S. J. Purdy,
who have been in Gainesville for many
winters, go with the Fitch party to
Madison, Wis., and have the best
wishes of all for a safe journey.
J. W. Brinkman of Allegheny, Pa.,
who is suffering from dropsy, is im-
proving rapidly. He is being treated
by a specialist of Atlanta, Ga.
The crowd at the Home is growing
smaller as .the first of May approaches.
Under the management of Mrs. Alice
Harrison, matron, there hies been a
very contented house-full of boarders
this season and many dread to see the
household broken up. Mrs. Rumley,
who has acted as assistant, has won
many friends by her lady-like and
gentle manner.
The Odd Fellows' Homoe is consid-
ered by all to be the best place in
Florida to stop, and it is hoped the

WIth Big Dance on the 27th. ""v ** B5 1"" i.JUI-I Ul hutW
With Big Dance on the 27th. city is beautified somewhat by next
Aletter received in this lty from winter, A sidewalk from the Home to
Robt. 0. Evins, who recently pur- the city is much needed.
chased and repaired and renovated the
hotel at Dunnellon, bears the informa- Broke Into House,
tieson that he has decided to call the S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
hostelry the Waldorf, and that the ho- robbed of his customary health by In-
tel would be formally opened by a' big vasion of chronic constipation. When
dance oP Monday, the 71th itnst. Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
- Mr. Evins states that at this festivity his house, his trouble was arrested and
Glainesvlle. Ocala and Archlr will be now he's eniirly cured. They're
represetted by some of the hand- guaranteed to eo roe 2io at all drug
sonmest young ladles, and a "great big stores
te" antip _d MELONS WILL BE FINE.
A Lov better '
Would not interest you if you're Shettleworth & Smith Will Have Five
looking for guaranteed salve for sores, Hundred-Acre Crop This Season.
burns or pilots. OttDodd, of Ponder, Capt. W. P. Shltthlworth of Evinston
.Me., writes "I suffeed with alt ugly ,was in the city for a few hours yester-
sorefor ;* I ear, but:a box of tucklen's
Armlc-Salveured A.cme.. It's the. bot day. '
a on earth. 2 at stores. Capt. hettleworth is associated
o---t ic. -.* witt the firm of Shettleworth & Smith,
Although d ated. wish t thank probably the m(it extente melot
my supp u tthe f1rn would have the comling season
aind bow to the will of the peope, y.up about tlhrne hundred aoers in eanta-
tag that they wl ac cord tomy su-nd esor the support that itey have s uo es tland ys it the weather Co
loyally aeo!ored me I have e atv. .%.oo eonti'ue favorable the i.nit
or.d t mashal of the city to my wuld fie. Thi fTlrt nMd a b
honest effort, astim e eaca sitttitud-, tig fu i th snelma business
of tithe ity will tetti4 Hipltng that lst year. a rowing, ad shipping lrge
.GOiaesville wsilll reain s gow'. the rlu'antities which brought good returns.
touet peaceful t4 beautiful city in k.xelsle of bhis meloNac g Capt.
.Vw.. .. ht .'.leworth bas ab9at -two htuaItfd
ia, I beg to ret yours always ie rnh a ab two


ai.i.-S0a.t.'I W ,i a t

The man who tjr laboraig m4cr the
impression, that ~e n the
wane on the j'ls baI: -destiort, a-
boring under a wrong impression' This
was demonstrated Monday afternoon,
when the soliciting eo6rmittee, re-
cently appointed by the a alball as-
'sciatioan, made a eanvass.t/,:/';/:
The committee, unftutnately was
too busy 'since its appointment to.make
a canvass of the situatio, and solicit
sUbseript'iovs unail Mondsy., -they
'were much gratified and greaki'en-
cou raged at their success. A 1itat
many of those who contributed last
season, have exemplified their *"i ter-.
eat by doubling their subscription* for
the coming season, while many others
have signed for an increase.
The committee reported Iest night
that in a canvass partly around ,the
square the neat sum of $250 was i
scrihed, and they expect to more th
double that autn. The" people i..
Gainesville are determined to sauta
the excellent reputation this oity l"1
enjoyed for the past 'eight years In,
national game, and when it co .e"
financial aid they will be found "
The committee expects to finish i
canvas'by the latter part of the week;
when a meeting of the.association will
be called and definite steps taken to-
ward the organization of the Oak Hall
team. Manager McArthur is in cor*
respondence with several first-class
twirlers who are anxious to sign wit,
gainesville, and that the Oak Halls
will again carry off the honors the
coming season there can be no doubt.
Our citizens are requested to sub-
seribe as much as they feel in a p0i4' "
tion to give whei the committee waits
upon them.
Agent of F. G. E. Car Line Severs His
Connection With Same,.
T. E. Williamson of Bushnell, who a
few weeks ago succeeded J. Y.. B.
Mitchell as agent of the F. G.. E car
lines, with headquarters in this city:. ,
has severed his connection with the
company, and made his departureBuun-
day for South Florida.
Mr. William6so. is one of the post,
competent refrigerator car men in the "
State. He is possessed of a most gen-
ial and obliging nature, and had miadit
a number of friends here.
In speaking of his action, Mr. 'W l-
liamson'stated that the postiona 'a''
good one" but that the service was tao
inactive for a person who hadl'
accustomed to thle excitement'.
travel. He was, for some time in thel
service of the company as traveling so-.
lib itor, which position he preferred, l
m, withstanding the fact that thet ..
w not connected with the position
th. t, prestige that is carried by an
1 . < itt.. "
A r. Williamson has not yet definitely
decided da to his future plans, butaay "
he has several propositions. He pro.
poses to rest at his home at Bushnell
for a few days. .
Interesting Meeting at Home of Mrs.
George K. Broome Monday. .
There was a muostt interesting meet- '
ig -of the Twentieth Century Club at .
the residence of Mrs, (.. K. Broome
Monday at 4 o'clock in thf afternoon.
A large majority of the me~mprs were

After a prelihimiary meeting, whb
the constitution and by-laws were
adopted, a very interesting program
was carried out.
The addreNs of the president w ,
moat enthusiastically received a"4 *
heartily endorsed, as was also the eab
prophecy. Masie and rcitations I-ol.
low d d.. :
Afterspeuding a very pleasant at*
tepltoohu, tLii cktb adjortwed A mi il
April 0ith, when they w11, meet t the
rt'sjeaeof Mrs. ikker. .;'

by ,ting ol ij Houre ad ktar. %
'stop hl*o aod- hels a ,
.trb us. keAlm
wsaJ sa pt^s,- e^,.seu
'SSS'11^!^ 4 "

~na~rcnT ,--~rC --



vOivide Honors on Introduction of
Bill-Crill Wants Geologica Survey
of Florida.
F /In the Senate Monlay afternoon
Senator Crill of the Twenty-sixth d4i-
trict presented a petition of Sidney I.
Walles and the heirs of W. K. Be`a d
for a settlement of their claim against
'the State in relation to the adjust
meant of the Indian War claims
Senator Harris moved that the claim
and petition be referred to the judi
... ciary committee, with power to send
for persons and papers,. and to report
by bill or otherwise the findings of the I'
committee, -
Senator Carson stated that it ap-`
peared to be in the form of a claim.
an.d should go to that committee, if a- W OI) M G d
: igned at once, but he called attention .
to amending resolution providing for
S the appointment of a joint committee Better for clothes, dishes, .
of both houses to consider all such DUSTSris dirt brh t-mak ces to
claims against the fud,. , without rubbien them to pieces on
JTo this proposition Senator Harr A
objected', for the. reason that 'the lin-" M
tioriretation of a contract was involv- o W
u4,#t4 and the matter required thP careo-
%,i l consideration of the lawyers of the

F .Seet

be dis

'." resolui

11 'jeotti
felt ti
l: to the
: any ac
I.. bedim
tion W
S, en
A::, bet tt
,.:'., ,ubjei
was a'
s: Sen
S site a
a Gov
that t
'fled it
the, p



stor Raney stated it as hib opin- quietus on the debate by moving the county to vote aga1 0tn a proposition OFF T6 CUBA.
at the petition should lie on the previous qestion, and the Spmoaker which had.already b~u deoded, le .
until the joint resolution could was sustained in his ruling by a vote said that the bill was local, and could Messre. Steenburg and Watkins Ex-
posed of. of 07 to 0. not affect any other ounty. pect to Make Departure Tomorrow.
mtor Peacock, who presented the Dr. DeW\Vitt Web of St. .Johns in- Mr. McNamee, representing the bill, A. O. Steenburg of ihis city and T.
ition for the joint committee, troddced a bill creatingta ate board spoke at length agalnat ,the proposi. J. Watlkinsof Dtloto county evidently
hlclh was laid on the table, sub- of medical examl(nrsa, which cuts out tion to waive the rules for the purpose have great faith ti the future of Cuba,
o call at his request, said that he of practice of medle'no mental and of amendment, and Mr. Gornto, rep- for they iroposo to make a trip to
ht his* resolution would be Christian Science and all things of resenting the opposition, spoke in that island with a view of locating a
ed tomorrow. In any event, he that sort. Paragraph 5 says tnat the favor of it. The motion was lost bya colony there.
hat the claim should. be referred words "practice of medicine shall largo majority. Thoe louse then pro- Mr. Steeonburg has always spi)ken
committee on claims. "Should mean to suggest, recommend, pre- ceeded to the conrlderation of the bill enoouragiiigly of the '"Queen of the
action be taken upon it-should it scribe or direct, for the use of any on its third reading, and iti was passed Antilles," having mnadd Several tripsl to
posed of before his joint resolu- person, any drug, medicine, appliance, by a vote of 50 to 9. the island, and having ihivested. In som
vas disposed of? apparatus, or other agency for the A motion to reconsider the vote was valuable property there. 110 hs a-
ator Carson said that it would be cure, relief or pallatlion of any all- tabled, after which the Ilotulo adjourn- ways contended thut it is the finest
o lay the petition on the table ment, defect or disease of the human ed until 10 o'clock Tuesday. country i.n the world, and that tny
et to call until the Senate could body. GENE AlDAVSREPOT thing rout in ths ground could bo
into the matter and formulate New bills introduced included one ... v grown in this glorious now country.
as to the bert method of. proeod- by Mr. Gornto of Bradford, requiring Official Nows Coma of the Recent oIt I undWrstood that Meirs Steo ,
After a short debate this method county judges to charge jurors before Battle With Moros. btrg and Watkim are going for thl
doptded. argument by counsel. War:.:uwon, April i.-(i:ncral Da. pulrposo of estabHlillng farms iand in.
ator MacWilliams Introduced a -By Mr. Mason of Duval, to appro- via has cabled thle loIlowing report of duOlcig Amnericatn milArtration. They
roviding for the purchase of a priate $60,00:0 for better and larger Captal Poterhi'ng's attack upon the Mo. feel sure that the average Anerlethn
nd the building and furnishing of buildings for the State Instituto for to fortess at Ilaccloo; with his skill and ambition, will
ernor's mansion. The bill states the deaf and blind at St. Augustine. M&.tlia, April 11, s;t6 a. m.-AdJu rnake a great stcoss i n that cotilty.
the Governor and four other citi- By Mr. Love of Gadlden, providing tant tt,.c.'.i a1, Waslunrgton: hlilgan, aid they propose to list the lands at
if the State selected by him shall for new game laws, the appointmnenl t Aprm;l : lu. viu n u 're of ty orders snch a prt im andu on itu. terms that
itute the Governor's Mansion of State and county wardens of fish GenLial amuel L, Summers, Capta m mans will be idtlr cedld Wtostttle
ing Commission. The sum speci- and game. John J. Pmehlnz tt.rted laat Monday Messrs. Stehtsuirn uud Watkins ex-
s.8M,000. By Mr. Loftus of Escambia, pro- for exploration of the west coast of Iect to matik their departure tomlora
ator MacWilliama has also intro- viding for the election of senators by Lake lanao. rle vlat~We many of the row, and will t)e absent sovraln. eooks.
I a memorial to Ccngress urging direct vote of the people., 4ttos per invlttatton. The Btacolod
passage of the Brownlow bill ap- Mr. Ware of Wamhington, the lone Mores have ierstetontly defltted us Tion Returns Tak
sting $20,000,000 for good roads Republican nietber, introduced a Silnee we reachc'd the lake and have I detlre to thank the lr.rgo number
ighout the country. memorial to Congress; asking for an kept war Wag flyting over tbher forts of voters that; supported u Ia Intho
wb'lch were -ported tlWNtstrongest on electiot of yesterday and to ssure al
ator Wilson of the Fourth dis- appropriation of $100,000 to ionrease we. ported e t.wro ar lon t lia of yesterday andt for tHuro tat
introduced a bill for free school the depth of water of 8.. AndrewI t uce the suits 0on to Camp t No for t that
1Inh the counties of the tt and B V. for a friendly talk but he n hr
vide for payment of same. Mr. rivers of ac offered a so.- O M Whem Capta 'at P4ltshing Ap firnt experience in the political he ld
ator Scott of the Sixth district lutio. that the sergeant.at-arms be in. preaed the tort last Mondiy he wai and the yote troeived Is highly appro -
snteda bill prohibiting the sale of structed to put r on the chaI res. d Upotn and two rniUb Were severely elated. 'Trly ot',
o,- also one providing a tax on o .me1ber8. There was a little col. wouAded. There wa.' Atiring left ,,, ______ -.. ._W. M. T .
ig gypsies .-n the State. j loquy upon the subject in which Mr. but to overcome t he thstathte. The N"
r Law i troded a bill mak- Wallof Patnm laal suggested that plase was vry Mrong .an W aur F -
apLp wropritio of r a .-O. bput.on .Mr, 11 ,.. .,vers'c by-a ditch 30o e#e4 dep. Th, e DR.R
u iprop dat i ll o aoingocswithR oreA kad wouldgelss hAe st k rov the 4et4eri r ou fb. Ail
Alt at the St. Louis Exposition- p.,w te h ,et-at ,h ,e the exterior trench. OS Aprlt 8 thh w |uONEY and
introduced a bill akit ania a e forthwaaaweulted and tihe .diteb crae ,
.priation of $3-,O00 for a Govern. ..ton was .opt b a e' usder Ire. over a bam o u)bridge
Qnansion. o [ tr btob 18of t Jr"han intr de by trle tr't Thbe walls of
iatr Crill introduced a bill pro-I duced a restio t. f tha use fo eat I t Mor lid
g for a geological su.rvy of the committee on forestry b iut d U t p w f l pt B ack
of lHoridn. to report a bill to proVeni tho det.u- .. -selot.- ManyT of thu Moreor wrs TI di 8
t~or Hatrri juitroducd ar ill re-" tion 'of the forests of the Stats. itled. Con let. t.ot 4f eas.tttle t u li
Eornty judges to charge jur.ie The following letter. front Willim ,i W ed. Sev cVe < t-akett ad f.,iC IJt l R E
rg. itm$detib a few bills I f thoe lw firm of 'Hodges -i sta er f1i olset onptur t aria. r'.y lM< _.. '
dtagi the'S .,tnatre adjourned. & iodP T$wsorh ewad rlk DAo n' W -t A4lK. T----
RAS I N i W fbA Krr#d to t.hl4-< u ,y tY. TbA a Rift u .
S In.the House. i4a: .. .. .
i iose assembh'ld thisI "lon. Orowell Gibbn*, peaked -R had hrerke .1 taw'e Hai N, rer,,. Id sml. T4 ers pW
first business taken up of the Hlious of Representaive'as r e New Yo.r. April l#--ld Srok.b' s. ,lt ew
o n ab Appeal against t* 1 '- 4 o vi IA wor from ta. l, e c...00 otqrsj.a York l 0, i .
.et,, oan use mootn to to deter o a J N. Coooml. of Ap SachWiias that a July t M ay. o hbr l1, ,cblai Tme n .. as;s, ASkeESIOe R.
it time farther soinideration of chair was at the deipt hre :to be pe-. Wrsl.4's nedso..l t.ptr5gi atlie., t .s 0'Ahe ,.
iisbero eounaty bond validating united to Mr. L. M1. Ware. 1#epu*tcain Pl to arn IEuPOiry be te*erapba l U
n.. mbe r of the 0l"sw. over whA.lb yoe, i .e. L"M< 'M Pts-" : "
Ko.one-of 8urter was reWog- pr9 de, and I wrfitse to, l t.uire if their '"M 545e t We. Rhst
i.sad v"oat atbe poittIon| hieCaW b e usW Vd on Wedaiesd$y ojr ,, .
Soear, that.toderer j ,- Thr.dary of .lth ? eoanisN 'wtu k ite asat'.a . . . ,
of a meaiur ona it third sedntaer^ the rat4 haer, a4 h iusmed.. bye "Oij cJMady feel t ae ar'jml ; is
ged p w ivina ofnh ae lvess, t o Mr.hWad ea t be aLf ~
l th i r ,_4,~' pe r ..t .t u*s ".fe. the a t. '' .
pofOeemt. *ofle trhad o-ld Mr * ofIio Walsma atialned Wb(^ -.*lil tn .r i -w ,t lit

I K Pj, I -hi il famo OP *54* 1

sw*eM -

Fiftt Week Lgistir Dvi
Largely to Preprartlon.

Easter Was Grand Day, and:' Oh l't
Were Beautifully Decorate4*.o Atil
chua's Delegation Fares Well iv M, *
ter of Appointments on. Commltteen ,
Tallahassee, April 13.-The lrst week
of the session or the Legiolature of
1908 Is a thing of the past, and its htl-
tory difftoralittle from the first weekot
former sesaions. 'Tho oming one,
however, will witness real work, as
bills are being reported from the oomi-
Bitistees and ill come up in the Sen-
ate and House for notion.
The Alachua dologatiottn has fared
'ery well at, the hands of the respeot-
lye presiding officers of the Senate
and Hlouse. HIpresaontative Rivers il
ott the Counmittee on Coontitutioftal.
Amnondmotits Privileges and Eleo- *
tions, Appropriatlous and Clailmi,.
whilh his coll aguio, MIonfr H. W il-
lard, is chairman of the omit ttee ost .
.MinIngtand lho0aplutte and at member
-of tli committeos.k .tRallroads and
rTelegrapha, State aVi & utlons and
(lailms. Senator dMef a ret"*y
oben "liiaded down" jth io9~tte6S,
hbing on eight, but it l1(o hia s ut-
muot to attend nm o go of eioh of
them. He Is a me ber of the covm
tnittues on iintiat e antd Taxatt1ti', 1- 41
cation, Apprupriatiotti, Ooultltutlonal
Amendmehts, Is, grossed BIlls, Pen.-*
shonls, Publlo e1rinting and State Pri; ..
ont anvid ConviOts, the latter two 0of i
which he Is chairman.
SSenalut' Wilio of Jaoksou -will be
chairman of the committee to visit
Eatat Flortla Bomlnary, and yoti
corresopndunt beipeaks a itklnt d reo p
tlun for "Ouph," ash lie Is faintili;l'.
known, and his asoeats te when they
vialt (taliesvillo. All the State IOktab"
are going to ask for appropriatitoilp
fronithis Legislature, and the u.V F, ,i
Sneeiud not be bashful In asking flnasntil
'it'he new capital is a great iia ptro.,v
ii0nit 1ipon the old one, but there ,t**
mnsins little room for committee meet..
i Kgs. It aIs ate to way, however, tht, It
the bluildlng was tUihrC tLmeiS it st. -
miout size the cloners would have taket
possessloti of uv.mry room.* li't they
really need all the room they occupy
and have beet very eourteooi In offoerf*
ing the use of thelofrotflH for commit*

Thoe old OoCfudorate soldiers are
likely to fare very well at the hands of '
tho L~gislature of lO00, no1t t.that -an*ie
tiuitlesare lkely to i. Itnor.sead, bat
i the wayof a more liberal law ap
llothblAtto them ald their. widows ,'
'The "third house," of which ton, ,
Frank Orat, has been sioleot e4 0 s,
"*wMkoi' r, aforo *:miooh.lmitt'l
for the genveal pubilto The *i gn.
titt of otnoittle by thbe "spe#
was tie. topil of oavrsatlon Hndg" .pt
and the. able and fd0able riFraln w.
su rrouaid4d lif day tby late hi hll"osts .t
friends, a. of Whom oougrtawlatq4. :
him upon the good Judgment ha t"era
hwd in mllkhig lthe appointnmenat4 ..:" ,/|
TsUsa**t I now almost o *osid e ;i
mans of ro.#, and the btaultlful d*eo ..
rasions of the eapitol on the opening
day of ihoe Legilalture could not bhalte
i Loe equl(d in the wrd-.imhlseb Hthe .
flower had ba inImported from the
t;ptal Oltly of tlhe lad of l1Bwm r..
Thh Woman's lOub hm4 charge of the
d|eoruz ttand noM t a ssist b member :.
of either heoioe wa*s *htsd4, while
handome bot~equts nd the rfttilit of
aMci- emisantr,, riesktant Adaiu as d :n..

pa(nelt on tbeir ie.ispei{ve ta,ide sAt r
iheilt rfearrke of appreelatio vibrantt "ed

f roa the reats of eah sena anti

-t0-astr *dudi- wee thyple vor id
elday h the loreaeot aa the veriBa |
aemuee of wsesthis p presented a LIvely 2

Se$w@tio which ado,ed wretka o the 'r
nteh ea fiwas ao ,day of ret *f '

ap0i5*d witAh )ovedR .nq.

4mR bury SIeO I^t

l M t a special rates.
a $ noe

Di'0th nobloaies inserted

We itllnot accept stamps of a
omKi~natp1o.than 2 chntas.

Oml 0x.nntsyo LIs*r.
e and the Thrice-eaWeek

onstititon onea year..1 76
K the Atlanta (Ga.)
.Wckl yrJ~ourdn.al one year. 1 60
H1 S"nd a the Semi1-Weekly
Sone year.'... 0

E! zane"of fthi lritieh minister< to
4Ul6,l1e H 4enry )utram Bax-Iton-
e 0He :ucceeds Minli~ter Haggard,
,' _.--~-... "-- ....
ptoduts of' agricult, re form abo0ti
$ thirds of our entire 'xport trade
e4~tar h .eexportsf (.tn thie,. farm
'Olt6ote f to 4 84o,0 0,' 0"

4giuaSee:retary Shaw. has come to
:the ~e. f of Wall street. That.
niqi alnd delleate.presidenitial boom
tfe this sort of careful nursing,

'rm.n the elevation of the loftiest
imunttain peak. to the depth of t*he
epest 'set .the yertical distance is1
o:re than tet 'il:es, and the sea is-
deeper than the land is high.

In tTeias, the State which gives the
asilget Democratic majority, the Re-
ptbl0tan vote is larger than in Louisi-
ain, Mislalsppl, Georgla, Alabama,
southh Corolina and Florida combined.

There is tO be aBlargedfsplay -of. the
Ilpoe uts of tie Philippine Islands at
tbe St. Lou is fair. 'Forty acres of
(ttd1 are to be snoet aside for the .1,900
i e lj ..s who are tIo settlo on this traat
i.!nd'stay during the whole fair. I

the Indlim. Legislature has passed
iA making the use of the voting
a bitaecomtpuflsry at.all elotions in
$ate, in ll cities containing 18,-
oipulatlop or over. It covers all
t ioe exotept fourteen counties.

Wht it Panan railroad ls the one re-
pwIngatrte of this dirty lIthAris.
4 (lo.aoon aisIng throughout
ta Amer1i that the .cai-
lte ntnance of this
0swt ~op iok cost a life'
rerttle We .ath it rails.

SWynne,v First Assist.-
"I ts i p.aeral, has just die,
ed t th eason for do-
Sthe resniovl of'Mr. Machen, the
thl of ru~at' free delivery." Mr.
g may have also discovered that
SlMl ahen was appointed by Presi-
$ 6& I|:tOleveland, .and is presumably a

.IAn editor of a small Western 1news-
| pMpr : oently stated that he had
en kluised by one of the itimost beau.-
i~r talrmatrried women in town. He
1Qmsled to tell her nane in the first
iasni of his paper next hiolthl. In two
eks the irculattior of the Iaper
S46nibeisd. But when he gave the nanue
1 t h1 wife 2e had to leave town. .

.roery rik. 5 th. vr. sig-
'~ talb designation of a New York
towspaper for the strike on April I,

he) &p sq, th htuTdrtn workiagment
S~oause. their demands-
i W wre iw refused. -rTho
Itn trA striking for
of th pwdotperlty which the truatsa
4 aaono~potte htave been eoy-ng
SMvertl years., the workingmnen.
th the^ lwr of ta,. have been
he high uid te which
Ie trnteits a"nd raloxds

.' o

*1401 auO'qa, s'nr aoes pwa
t:imbrego at fe ..... the 4n.
.^^lat pr reproe|rtative o, the prty
4tt qyL +,II

have to allowed our "feelings ogr
ipar tow s him in the dwillsit., 't
copied the anly portion of hris artile
whieh we considered demanded pnotice4
by phe aonq-thate portion astacrains
the kDemotrakst party and forthe fairs
name of Alasthua county-and we are
prepared to 7how0 and will show i that
The Hornet man's figures are as incor-
rect as his knowledge of the political
"omplexioan qf State adminisfrationly
He takes the tax levies for the years
1878 and 1879 antd compares them With
the levies for the following 22 yasra,.
The years 1878 and 1879 le credits to
"REpublican Administration." Holy
Moses.! what would the lamented Gov-
ernor Drew say to that if the were liv-
ing? .'The Repubtllcan party was de-
feate l by Drew in, 1876 and' he was'
iaug'rated in Janaoiry,. 1877, since
which time Floridt has been under
Poemooratie control, hence if 4Edito
Setzer consider' the4tax eivy for those
two years a eredlo "0 tothe iadinit.it.-
tion in power he m ust accord 'si0ih
credit to the Democrats, anid not to
Republicans, He places the amount
if taxes. colleted in Alachtu county.
for 1878 at 24)'mills, (for he say. "'we
paid') .In 'this he is mistaken, Tor
the Goveraorexertised his prerogative
and reeduc4 the 8tate tax for 1878
from 12% mills:.to 9 mills, making the
total State and county tax 2. mills,
Editor Setear gives the amount of tax
levy for th years 1880-81-82 and 1888
at 20, 28, 28'and 22 mills respective-
ly, whereas the books in the Comp-
troller's office at'Tallahassee show the
levy to have been 165, 28, 18 and 17
mills for those years, five mills less
each year tha' the figu ros given by The
If Editor Sotzer desired to compare
tax levies under Republican and
Democratic administrations, he should
have gonieback to the years 1872-78-74
and 1870 (the 1875 book is missing) and
compared the levy of those years,
under Republican rule, with the levy
of the past four years, under Demo-
cratic administrations. But as he did
not do so The Sun will make the com-
parison for the benefit of The H.ornet
man and those whom lie may have on-
intentionally deceived. In 1872 the
Republicans collected 24 mills, 28
mills in 1873,. 27 mills in 1874,
and 25 mills in 1876, an average
of 26 mills for each year;
whereas the average tax collected dur-
ing the past four years, under Demo-
cratic rule, Ihas been 18ti milu', or O 9j
mills (WO)c on the $1.00) ) .ss than'
Under Republican rule. The Sun
never accused Editor Setzer of "leio.
ing," but we are perfectly willing for
the people to Pay as to whether or not
he has made a "serious mistake," for
the records will bear out every state-
ient shade in this Article.
Just think of it, dear reader, you
are now paying 0% mills less tax on,
the dollar than you paid under Re.-
publican rule, yet the man of would-
be new county fame boldly asserts that
"careful investigation shows that our
(Alachua) county government is in a
worse condition today than it was
whomn under Republicani rule." lHe
their proceeds to quote from a Dounr
ooratic administration and claim it
was Rlepublfeaun, thus completely an-
nihilatinug any hasis for comparison that
he imagined he had. Do you blame us
for not producing his article in full.
when every Centence teemed with the
same itieousistency as the one quoted?
We a~ure Editor Setrer that we
have only the kindest feeling for him,
and that the ^'avqutiasition" we made
'Iaiikt him was made in dA'fps.. of'
tho mtnuoratie party, and not from

any personal feeling. He has "jumnp-
ed ate conclusions" and made charges
that cannot be s1ub taSntiated, and we
advise hitm to be more careful in ffu
tur and "look ,before h leaps. ..In
other words, hie should itno permit his
enthusiasnl to get tho letter of his
judgmeimt when dislusaing matters per.
taningto county taxes.

A bad taste i'n the mouth may be
avoided by not sletping on the leftI
side, ays n a medical authority, A bad
taste li the mouth may alao be avoid
Ald;t keiptn< Sober the previous da.

it t .. pol '" r alag

4' l

(* .* -.'M '

(In In

ldoa, intatmenud eIl4a, aon8 heb
wklgp.~p 4f n*asta4g, 4n general

edi ardbpa* ars -pit rte
nandt Pib is
electricalt, politively sad absol
hly frhies ftteent is bhas. d onh the

topstaa o pering talent hetie these

tmedteo saai wro0 t 4t.'ng e o
Sarsapatrm1 was highly recommended enld
she took it end was ctoed. Shreser no in
goody teaitb." Ma. 3, seven feet Parker
oersity, I fe ngr, u d ,
IHood's $aVapnrilla promsnes to
thur and ventps the pr epubise.

Our principal exports ng Korea are
electrical appliances and id4ls.

AftGover mending feea bein the
thaest the President wihas comke to fenidng
ustmfriend f the tariff. Therefore, in
'fencing mater ia already engage4,

the opinion of are being taken by te govern-
nto Cumminse 10,000 is thing ebut op
the Jeton-Yallowatone reserves in
Wyomig. Snow seven feet deep
covers their feenggroundge and

Few Demorat8 have advocated ab-
solute free tradeoin recent years? but
that will not present the Boseputlicans
press from resurrecting and re-vamp.
ing the old yuti-free trade arguments.

Governor way omin ot Iowa believes
that the ime ileas come for a re ad-
Tjatment of the tariff. Therefore, in
the opinion of a cabinet officer, Gover-
nor Oummina is "nothing but a Demo-

interprn the prsence of Lodge and
oot could not asenole the Boatol Dewaney
falls fhen they reflected that the President
had gone way out west, where perhaps,f
he would be miles and miles from a

The attempt of some newspapers to
interpret the President's Chicago
speech as a rebuke to Admiral Dewey
falls flat when it Is reflected that the
speech was written several days before
Admiral Dewey gave his now famous

The Anthracite Coal Strike Commis-
sion was authorized to use $50,000 for
expenses and has presented bills for
only $38,000. The Conscience Fund is
no longer a curiosity. Needless to say
the commission was not made. up of
iemners of Congress.

Only a few years ago we laughed at
the promoters of the Canadian Pacific
Railway. Now t.he Canadians are pro-
posing,'in all earnestess, a line north
of the 0. P., to start at Montreal and
terminate at Port Sinipson. on the Pa-
difl coast, in the latitude of Labrador.

The press agent of General Leon-
ard Wood turns out to have been a
swindler and all-round black -leg. This
may not mean that General Wood was
responsible for his effusive praise, but
why does not the Ljeneral call for a
court of inquiry into the Havana

"I am not nmuoh of a mathemnati-
elan,"* said th eiigarette, "but I can
add to a marn's nervaas troubles, I can
sunbastract from his physical energy, I
cian multiply his aches and phi s, I
can divide his mental powers. V-s an
tlake interest fruoi hs work and dis-.
count his changes for iucenedi-."

There can no loger bo any doubt as

to the p*ition of the Prtsldens and his
adminlst.wiation respecthag the tariff,
The Pr>ident. Secretary -Shaw, See-
retary Root and Senator Altironh have,
during the past 1ek ..tken oee,*Ion
to uaeit, iLthout qulvotion; their
ahohlote .opmioni ou to any rev*iion of
Ate sacked ihagley -hedul{s.

Chtreb iAutereito, uaaiienanec aad
betterneuts arto oa singthPopel
of uthe Univtted Stag4 016IO 0 e .
It ( Qwt +to. nttatat al I4lst

mediately picked up the expressions, He Likes The Sun.
"made him feel like thirty cents," "go The Sun is in reeelpt of a letter from
waymbake skid.ektiy s F.R. Seawell,tfortmany years resi-
way back and sit down," "out of dentof f this ity, format now t Warner
eight," etc., and now Baron von Stern- dent of this city but now of Warper
burg has learned to say, 'It's bully- Mines, Ala., which pays not only the
right off the bat." paper b0t the.city a nice compliment.
Mr. Seawell says: "I erelose $1.
DefsCantot Be Cured for whle'hyou will pleasend i the
Deafnes 'Ca t Be Twie-a-Wek Srn, I li Gaines-
by local applications, as* they cannot Twice- so lee that I feel eaJGaines-d
reaeh-the-diseased lortiion of the ear. to The Sun, thae town, al a hed
There is only one, way to cure. deaf- "to Su the town and
eevs, and that .is by constitutional "any of the peope, and hall alway '-
remedi. Deafness 'is caused by asn remember them kindly."
esi byau We appreciate tle sentiment of r.
inflamed condition of the mucous "Seawell,'Ad feel surte that we ce
liring of th Eustachian Tube. When tewellSnt feet isre that we vieA
th'i tube is al~amed you: have a rum. wishing him o .his friend her in
bliung souid or imperfect hearing, d wishinghim ell wherever hAy go.
when it is entirely closed, de4anea 6 etrust that he may at some future
wth result, aw e nle e e, n il time decide to come and lora~a with as
tion can be taken out and thWi tube r -- .' sp C i t.. :C
stored to its normal eondiLio, heri Informatiped Co ret Capturd.
will be destroyed otelWer, ee Inftteserd on w sto theeffeetl tt a at m
out of tea are ~inead by eatarrh, ybees rre to the ;e gmt tnt| *I
which is nothing but an 0amed eon. b r S o 1*. of a s
dition of the uorelOas vsticte. o- av es w* e OaSid tfot a t
Wu"r *1 1 o .... hMeMe fu e "^ --a gitrof o F. 340aH a
farO af0 at Ooss S-* by at*
895* ~trtt ##% *4e Ws q ate""Pli

i ; ON flOOD ROAD. ": FINE.
Congressman JBrowlow of 'ten^ne5 4 or 'enby
ee, ays ,that his good omd billiAs thh t
mmo popular measure ,intIrod6ed- i; 5 .1 social
opges sia.e *the-, 6 Covil War.1 He to of th iay and
Yase 1t4h even the. egislattnre of is' otherw wtainmn
o State has endorsed it anad tht the given Ik the nr )at night
Legislatures oft Minnesota, MWissourt ,.pdaet i i o Truss Den-
Alb 'nd ew Mx1co have t0ake1n .. T i$ a crowded
rllar a4tion;-i and that: he believes with fl 4t hl, aindhO tu"an
the b liibe endorsed by the .Legli evenit passed a ta0s enjoyable
latur of very State in the Union4 ift anner .
that is necessary in order to impress onl 'The pora td o al and
Congress the irportatnee of the Iiem instrumental u olo dets and
re. The f following is a copy of the quartet, aea tis d the va-
reso0mtion as adopted by the Legisla- ious member of the cast retained
ture of Minnesota:;...... their reputationI as voal and instru-
,Whereas, The burden of improving mental artists.
and maintai ning our highways accord- The rendition'of "T'7 1 e, Pretty
ing to the general prevailing system in Maiden," from Fiorodoir, by Misses
this country rests 'entirely upon the ,Duke, rJernigan, aotst and Demp-
agritultural lands and people living int sey, and Messrs. urnett, Kennedy,
the rural districts; and Wheeler and Tyner, was especially
"Whereas, The State-aid plan for fine and received a great nation.
onbstrueting highways, as practiced The entertainment Ws givdit for the
in the. States of 'New Jersey, New, benefit of the Athletic Associatot' of
York, Connecticut and Massahusetts, 'East Florida Seminary, Who are under
has proven satisfactory in its operation, obligations to Mrs p enby and the
and has offered a partial. solution of members of the caste.
the. road question in that it distributes 'AHENS ELE..D PRI.,'AN
this burden of cost so that one-half is
paid ott of a general fund supplied by He Will Guide the Destini 'f Hose
th State; and Compa, No. for oming i.
"Whereas, Itis desirable to extend
thia principle of co-operation and dis- An mportant meeting of th m-
tributlon of the burden of cost 'to a bersof Hose Company No1 held
still greater extent, so that the gov-at the rooms of the company 'o the
ernment of the United States shall station house Tuesday 'night. The
bear a share of the cost of construction meeting was favored with a ti'unua-l
to be paid out of the general revenues Jy large attendance, t4e. eomptny hiav
of the Trited States; and ing been called together for the pun
"Whereas, One-half of said reve- pose of electing a foreman; thi"
nes aggregating during thelast two vacancy having been caused by the
years #1,000,000,000 per annum.. is de- resignation of Foreman N. E T, son.
rived from the agricultural tates and There were two candidates for the .
rural districts, while only ten per cent. Po "on. Henry Ahrens, receiving the
of the total amount is appropriated by greatest numbers of vote, Was declar-
Congress for the use of said agricul ed elected. Mr. Ahrens is weI known
tural States and districts, while in this city, having resided 'e'te for
ninety per cent is appropriated for many years. He has alaiays beeh an
public buildings and other uses per- enthusiastic fireman, and will serve in
tain ing to great cities; and his new position with credit to himself
"Whereas, the Honorable Walter P. and the ompany; His friends are ex-
Brownlow, member of Congress from tending congratulations.
Tennessee, has introduced a bill in the WILL HAVE SPECIAL TAX.
United States House of Representa-.
tives providing for a system of nation- People of Melrose Voted as a Unit for
al, State and local co-operation in the a Special School Levy,
permanent improvement of the public The people of Melrose are deter-
highways, according to the provisions mined on making a special tax ,*hool
of which the sum of $20,000,000 is ap- district, as was 'determined by ballot
propriated, and the United States Tuesday,not a dissenting vote having
government is to pay one-half of the been cast. The people are to be' on-
cost of improving any public highway gratulated upon their energy in. this
when requested so to do by, and in co- direction, for they realize the import-
operation with any State or civil sub- ance of the question.
division thereof; therefore be it An additional tax 6f three mills will
"Resolved, by the general assembly be levied, which.will be sufficient to
of the State of Minnesota, That we sustain the district.
hereby heartily endorse said Brownlow Dr. Taylor, Lecturer.
bill and recommend its passage by Of Dr. Taylor, the famous lecturer
Congress, and that we request the who will address the people of Gaines-
representatives from the State of ville for five nights, beginning tontght
Minnesota in Congress, and instruct Rev. Little of Ft. Worth, Texas says;
the United States senators from this "Dr. Taylor's lectures in Fort
State to vote and support said bill." Worth were given under the au.piles
.. 'ofthe W. 5. T. U., the Ministers' As-
Representative Babcock says that sociation of Fort Worth co-opie.tlng
the Republicans lost many cities form- The lectures proved to be of 4deep 'I-
erly Republican strongholds, in the terest and of permanent value. ':L
last election because the cost of living Taylor is master of his subjectS. H
had increased out of all proportion to logic is all that one could ask. In all
the incomes of salaried men. Crops of his bearings he impresse you that
brought high prices and therefore he is a Christian gentleman In our
there was no loss in the country, but judgment, the towns which can secure
with a bad season the party will lose him cannot afford to fail to do so,
the country vote if the tariff is not re- "We can commend him as being one
vised. ci the best temperance lecturers we
---- -- -- h, ve ever heard. He does not follow
It is impossible to estimate how far- L,' old beaten paths, buti' ~ ae the
reaching may be the effect of Presi- fa t an. Ve heartily comen ei h to
dent Roosevelt's vigorous forms of the pastors and churches o toe."
speech. Prince *enry of Prussia im- ---- ---- -

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R ""Aams Wants Divorce
8ubmitted to Juries,


Sof Escambia Introduces a Bill
JProtect Employes-The Legisl, a-
.4 Will Visit the Naval Squadron at
i uto joint committee to examine lito
condition of the State insane

Its., appointed by the last Legisla-
,to sit ad interim, and. composed
sna.tor Sams. and Messrs. Porter
tFuolton, submitted a lengthy re-
t in the Senate Tuesday morning,
uAgh Chairman. Sams. The inves-k
%tion of the committee was made,
with the assistance of Governor
Wings and Dr. V. W. G(wynn, super-
Rndent of the asylum. The chief
i14deration was methods. of better-
ata for the institution. It is reconi-
#ded that a separate house be built
hie State property at the institU-
.for epileptics, thqse of weak
'S and of a harmless character;
lUilding to be .sed as a hospital
eationi and eases needing sur-
Ator Palmer of the BEleventh dis-
.led up House bill No. 1, the
ro county bond validating
e, at the morning session of the
ion Its second reading, Senator
of the Seventhl distriot offered
endment requiring that the
i be referred back to a vote by
ople. Senator Palmer spoke
ainst it, as did also Senator Brown
the Twentieth district, The. motion
wiend was lost, Senator Brown vot-
; itn favor of the amendment, but
lobh error he speedily corrected.
&b was .then put upon its final
4ing and passed' by a vote of 26

"instor Adams of the Thi1tieth dis-
qt introduced a bill which, it made
w, will require the submission of
'diVoroe cases-to juries for trial.
xistator. Blitoh of the Twenty-first
!t iedt introduced a bill which pro-
ee to do away with the poll tax,
,d to prescribe who shall be liable
r payment of a capitation tax, and
provide for collection df same, and
v' ase of failure enforcement. The
ieaure is a strong one and leaves no
Nporbunity for escape.
A local bill for the relief of Levy
iunty was called up by Senator
[iich, which was advanced to its third
hding and passed. -
phe Senate bill introduced some daya
by Senator Wadsworth, to repeal
i law making incurable insanity a
d for divorce of husband and
was taken from the table.
fIldt.AdalS called Senator Car-
"president pro tenm,, to th1i
Sa ored a substitute to
making adultery the only
or divorce In Florida, whlch
onall unanimously adopted..
Wilson of the Fourth district
.4anamendment that the. aet
i.l14 In no sense affect partie noWi
WizKg cults pending. On 'motion t
|i(P Batler, the bill was referred
% th. fidiliiiry committee.
left ,labills were read on second
St iIrd readings, passed and eerti-
d ia the House.
a itors Raney and Rouse were, on
Spemssage of a resolution, ,*dded to
iestandinig committee on appropria-

T he S6iihateagreed to adjourn until
JiL oti ,lk Wednesday morning, Oe.
t r ating. b.een fixed by the adoption
.,ik aii solution offered by SenatOr
i iw f .' .


"w h' lo ... anato
is. like an engine, a watch1
a machine; must e kept in
good o.ter to run right
thatl's the reason Scott's
Emulsion is so sic'essful in
ll wasting diseases. It feeds,
nourise 'and" strengthens
when ordinary food won't.
Doctors ay Scott's Emul-
sion is the best nourishment
for thos4 who are not as well
as they should be--young or
al A.

We'll 4d you a wN pl tr i npon request
SCOTrr s 8OWNE, 4o9 Parl Strat, New Vwk.

r nl and peraoial property ca he saold
for failure to pay said tax. If thw per-.
son lihas no property-he Cait b corn-
polled tl work on lthie. rod- three days
of tight hours aeh in eCnLh year. In
countlo whore round work Is lot out, by
contract the dtf (ulters shall work the
roads and sixty days shall bp allowed
the co tractor, It Is provild d also
thit. in ease of failure to work the
roads t.he person shall be liable to inue
or imprisonment.
To Protect Employes,

Mr. Loft6in of Escamba iutrodnced a
bill "to protect. employes under con-
traets for wages, and agalitst extortion
and other buses by employers." The
measure makes it unlawful for any in.
dividual, eompaany or corporation, to
issue or pay out, in lieu of money, a1 a
circulating medium of value, any'
script., chock, order, coupon or other
paper not. convertible into cash or
goods at face value, at any hank .or
place of business on. demand of the
holder thereof or to his order."
Section 2 makes it unlawful 1to pay
in lieu of money where the contract is
for payment in money, script, cheek,
order or coupon, except under mutual
In the House this afternoon Mr. St.
Clair-Abrams called up messages from
the Senate for the purpose of consid-
ering a concurrent resolution pro-
viding for a visit to PInsacola of the
State officials and members of the
Legislature and attaches for the pur-
pose' of visiting and inspecting the
fleet of warships there ussiemiled. He
stated that immediate action was
necessary, in order that. the Governor
might communicate with the Secre-
tary of. the Navy and make other ar-
Before the resolution was discusw-d
'ir. Loftin or Escambia, on the part of
the city of Pensacola, extended a eor-
dial invitation to the members of the
House to visit: the city- and See the
fleet, which he described' an being
composed of fifteen ships And repro-
sentingthe flower of the iavky.i He
took occasion.tostate that no6 harbor
south of Newport News could acoong-
modate such .U itaddron; that Poema-
cola harbor could take care of the
navlei of the world, a fact of which
every Floridian should feel proud.
. The resolution was' passed, and the
Legitature 'wlll :adjourn ,on. Friday
afternoon unon until.onday .orlnag. for
the purpose of isiting Pensacola and
making thl inspection.
The' H6 use bill rfepling the law
making Incurtble ituantty a ground
for divorce between husband and wife,
introduced by l..r. Willard of Ala-
chus was reaclhediinderConstidermilon
of bills on se60nd 4e41adlng., The ruloi
were wativ4, snd the bill wat .pased
by a vote of 4 to lI All other d4i-
voree bills were 'thon withdraw,

I;';G &MM* AID f A f6 VOYAOL.

I. U Important new bMls Ka;r W....mM.''. 'i y "MS.k New
. in tl ft House this nmoringi trr.sAltn! Fteacr w
btiy i-lr. Giibbotis, to ereast -.;, ;,-., t;K 1--- sy' co rt In Duiral.t eou ,- .:.. +,+: : --+ o A.- t ] sE e ord
: n.;eo i' to" have jirns -r 'r s-........ : I the t 'i.. #'ti
-itil eases nder 4li0t), .-- 1,' P .f Td- TltlMMnia.
gott S ". *- rgn va -d ar t e
o at- r i t
paredy b a *o-u mist- -
,eS ti*onal rt-ru 1-d Assol"- ,a A r u... a: 'V ;i

SHoii s aI uw *aer a *S
5etL .l vtt a. a k*s *
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'40,1 40'. by BAp.


on. C. E. Brown of Oala is As-
pirant for thbe Job.


is Now Serving Marion County in the
senate, and is Onm of the Most Eqer-
getic and Popular of Ocala's Clti-
SznaP'rominent Business Man.


APIU 16;::

Taulahassee, April '1.-"Our Bob" is
not rgolng to knook- the gub' rattorial
pilumnwithout a contet,. This is an,
assured fact. For a time a!Fer the an-
oliicniment by Mr. Davis that he pro-,
por'd to enter the rao flor governor.
it was thought by maly that- he would
have the lit'tlo run all to hisielfr.
'Thi illusion has btnwI dispelled,
however, and your correspondent isin
a position to say that li.other Rich-
mond will appear in th0e fltuld at the
proper time, and he willI appear all
girdled for the tray, reVioy to make
the fight .of his life. With :hese pre-
mise?, it is safe to say that Mr. Davis
will have opposition. ,
Your correspondent hapi t on whlt.
is the best of authority that Hon. O.
M. Brown of Oeala, Bsenatoi front the
Twentieth District, will beo: candidate
for governor in 1004. Mr. )Brown .s a
tfllhter and he will go into the contest
with a determination of wIaing, If
such a thing is possible. i;:Vhether he
is suOceesf ul or not, he will n11make a
good run for his money, akd there be
those who think he has a splendid
chance of winning. The writer has
talked to a number of prominent poll.
tiiiins on ithe subject and a majority
express the opiniop that ihe will make
It interesting for his competitors.
in view of the fact that Mr. Brown
is certain to be a gubernatorial candi-
date next year, a short biographicalk
sketch may not be out of place at this
time: liHe was born In Alabama hn
184I, and came tb Florida hi 1847 with
his parents, who settled in Ocala.
Mr. Brown cnlihted in the Second
Florida Regiment, Confedorato Volun-
teers, under (Georgo T. 'Ward, and
served with distinction, top. lie wan
wounded four times in the ghing be-
fore Richmond, being shot. through
the right lung, left foot, right thigh
and right arm.
Returning to Ocala, Mr. irown stud-
led law, and was. admitted to the bar
in 1807. utlnder T.f'. Long, judge of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit. I, lhas prob.b-
ably done more for tho ndvanceumnti
of his home town than any other man.
In 1882 he built the Oula I louse. The
build ing was destroyed by lfo, Ii lit88,
but .in 1881t there arose, Ihoenix-liko,
one of the bent brick msruotures in
Florida, costing #187,tXX) a Intting mon-
ument to the energy and eniterprise of
Its owner.
Mr. Brown was the piontir In the
development of the orange industry
in Marion county, and was the first to
engage in the phosphate basgine,
spending over $870,000, for the Marion
Phosphate Company in this eterprise,
In 1896 he was honored by his county
by being oihos-en to represent It In the
Legislature, whioh position he filled to
the entire latisfaetion of hla .onAtit.
ant.H. He is now ,represmmWIng the
30th. tenatorlal district In the 'upper
bim'h of Florida Leglilature.,
Mr. IBrowt is one of thw leiAnig bu.('.
nese men of Ocila, Is progresive and
Up-4to4lse, iand w.ll thought of at
hote., -Having nadoe a. otes lIn hth
own llairs.It i i .the optnitisi:f : ian
that hM would --maltks a suseefl|ci ebief
exleutive, and he will have .lrtn ig
following when th, time *roals for
himn to open his catmpatig :
InvesUgat*vng Charm. of eIe'id|&g.
St t0sut. April 1&---T.r. lIatIarl
ttolt. h:f i .ar.es at boo-lthig IA itle
.atils laeilRure tE an.-h .t~lt s .with
saum today j/ the Vt- Lon.tg au Cole
coatayi grai d aee (-rfflrtft"A ay# ?elk sad Attorsey Oeu^we Orw
a5S lit ifrbest#Wi" eteeitlek oVter
the r*on 4(stantt* ta 4*b the |r* *4t* *lbys
st .ir r' I yre tva tlegatioit, i,.,It .I
akt. ew",oth a. "o h I.
l-ta to sw, at lee _ow.. ,4Ja. t :a.
at W s teas u ewCs f w A ir bo |


Paine's Celery


The Wondrous Spring System
Cleanser and Health Builder
Makes Sick People Well.

It is a Heaven-Sent Blessing
to Disease-Burdened
Men and Women,
Tho re is nothing doubtfiul or uncer-
talmi about the working and ote-,(ts
of Palne's Celery Compound,l It
stands ,suprmno. as a spring system
cleanser and health builder It
revhos withoutlossof recious time thu
cause of sickness Nnd disease in a way
thattgtqo oter remedy cain do. Its firit
and miosat Import-ant mission iR thio
puriflleation of the life stream, increas-
inig its volume and quality. It thown
stirA all the orgais that work slun-
gishly. It restores strength, raen, 4
vitality, regulates the kidneys, liv r
and bowela, and intake people wellaitd
strong. For theso -reasons Paittne
Oelery Compoiund as n spring midi-
cinelatands far above 'all other pre-
'sortiptotis And remedies that promise
so much apd aoeomplish to little. Mrs,
it. 0. Starlkey, Jaokson, 'Milh., says i--
"For manwy years I suffered more
than tongue cniiu1 from eoziomti aHnd
blood trouble, tn thea spring season
my agonies aut diastresses were In-
croased and I often wished to di0e.
Bolls and pimples added to my suffer-
Ings and for weeks I was not lit to be
seen. Dootors afforded me but small
relief. I spentscores of dollars for ad.
vertised mediolnes, but got no cure
froin them. I got hold of one of
your books and road about a lady. who
had beon afiteoted as I was and cured
by Paine''s Colery Compound. I pro-
cured a bottle of your Compound with-
out delay and began to use it. Afteo
I used the third bottle, I experienced
a blessed change, thlt et-eoita sand erupt
tiolt were dlsappearing.. So happy
was I that I contlinued with tiht
medicine, till my facet and body
were le r and *sidootli. I nim a niew
womanli in every respect. I am ntow
well and strong, and bell ve the our-
Sis permanent one. May heaven
blessi you ihn your work of doing good
to muffirltng humanity,"

Alleged Crulttleu Ptactieed at Central
Inritan Aylum, Loulsvlle'
La[ovhvnio. Ky,, A-tril lB t--Throwliag
blimlolf uil Ithe niorc.y of the Inavot-
tlfatlyix StrUstrtel of th(, Contlril InslMt asylum
and let,:ing ir protetion. dwlsiaNJit
that lIh tktaire4 foi- hia Slfe, a 'ttlat of
bie In.titutloti Who ihax. jut riawoid
front an nOatiault mul4e by an atteldant,
ye.sterdsty gayve bl i teUtmnoy in the
prteen!.e of a atattiml(trii roepte#t4-'
luK the grand jury. T'bh pattlet .ibd
been colftind to lite bed for ve Wieiks
on account of two broturkn ribs a4d
oth' tInjuril which may disable hito
phlfstIl ibre lfe,
The esamunatlon Of the p.atl1cMi 'Wa
the moat dramatic lsw$Jsnt of the In-
Veetilgadotn olf'the eharga* of elielty ou
til p>art of the-atteldants at t.1qh aiylim
acl It waa brought out that so-vlral
phyalndu at tt ib* sllitutitton kntoew of thi
affatr, titutiat thliy Ilat4 to report it,
The atttoes t"u alt ed to be tlilty oft
the a. iKtt Is t!ll emiploye4 at the &iyP'
him-t.. 4A qPrsrl to.tot.< li<^lthi(t!. Of
this wit vie.-r, wh< I ni old FM5 #n1, Eas
told by vns< of the attt-ndeutntt ge itl
seismie (li. at fte'%kitfat .thne IJ~n n.
i.is replti'tyiat t'at, hf wrt.d .(l ft whent
tt. 'cami t,.-: arsitisat'-p.t kioCFFk#I. 'hido

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0a o'!" .lA'1 r l M t w'*r TAX

IIOI = 0s


TALES `F ORUELTY.' 4" ', 4


Bad Conditions Reported.l, An
enituky Asyltum. ":,+


Claimed. thatt In.ana Patiante Were
Bent, Choked CAnd Placed ,Under Colh d .
Wcter Dripe-Srul5c3 of Patlents
S)hovn aa Poo ? cf Testimony.
L.OuNsv1ule, -Apil IS---Aa Uts o ruomult
of tbeitvi v 'ivgt)otIn Into clhara of al-
lY,ol4 crulthy on the 'part r ti[ at-
luon, itu~ttctd alntt 11 i iies Ir.'ni this
cUy, f.o'm c ( s u;,,! s.!itr's. of a I ^tartuing
n have b:t:n t tiuc.' A lnuiib);tr of
pathl nis have tv.,;; i d lefor. tLieo I1-
Vttratting cnviOtfloo that they havP
hivcai tho Vl.!tinl of acts or cruelty,
anIl s t' oo f w\ltnet~i;t they ft:aarod to al-U :i,ll t ty know on
ceirout." of thle ':4t0 that t.tsy would
ufforM at the har :i of Li att..itud. at th' c' o orf t he txatittminat li.
Ac.ct'tinlu to the ta'Atilimoy Of soev
eral witnalis onO o. the favorite
forms of pulishlhiot for alight Infrtrac
tlons of rul' a on tho part of the p.
tlitlt wauta t b;Ati, % thl at iMunghot
foritd, of a stk In which a tPotato r
snome othor hattt vootable had been
.onme of the patients declared they
had frealuontly bon chokoad One hid
beon tualaen Ilto tho back room iaid
tied to a chair. an attendant tollot1lg
i'lth a leather blt,. The wita sim who
told this story did not know whot had
ocwirr ed Ia the baick room, however*
Drulae on the breast and leop of
One of thi ltwlents was shoWgn s prAoM f "
that 'he had bIent kiked by the lio
tendante, aid It wai developed that
shower bathe Wore also used as a
e o hmans of putisuent, theo patlMnta be-o
f ing held while cold water was allowed
to drip on them. Two attindi nt at-
Str holtg closely questlonod adttite ..
that thoy hiad kickthil (id cho!;,dit O -
ftlonat. but atoated they hafd boou
Sfo4r4o4d to do so In 8slfI-defonse, al they
bt. been stt ackeld,
Exploalon Kill Two.
S Pttablurg, April l..-Two men were
killed aand two injured today In a be1
Slted expjoe1on of dyntatmote at tbt .
t.w AMt. Wah ngt'on tunnel of the
Wteaha railroa-. A blast had been
r, pApat a but called to. axplotde, -tad the
men ettur-nod to a'certialtO thit C&Rase
When stddenly it went orf ivith & ter,
rifle report, hurling the n mn In eVery
di'reolon Th'1 men were Itutniatio.
Plormer Congressman Dles.
MontgomOry, Ala.. April t 1.6 ?lo.
enol T'hoimi w llamt., of Wotumpka.
i dWad orf ptrlyvie. Ho was a .mOnM
blr of e notres w.fr Amhasna dtinfl g
the (fortraith torty? ovent h a4 for*
ty-eighth odtormessr tron1 twhis ill

dows7 ..rf4 J;.*.(i. ^ ed t raf^ iw*.
Sthe patleIt wA daRAKsi.sO t. bi wlard
amy was t-.rt i'rtl!. i by a.-. bljy h I
w.o pre';it -**hA'w, -* -tlh ia l 4it ll 4 .
earBr..+- a / ..tr4srideat ..r!! *$m+o state t
'thst he ha' k- a of t al h, etwe .ii
SOther tuj(zsi nr"-a oi pnwiliy alsowete
Aboro lit 4 site wdavelpU1Othai
I' ht t ws ,f, a int.r i A ti t ,a i ir.s padeit-
ho ld ofd.. WmAtr Wlt lati she wIa
Early aifI, r,, ..ile. another d

". we., V.e Awn, la wa* r

si.)t *a d "". .l t
joft,' *.^ ;:.;'i^ i^ at iNM ,l~~^ ;,||(l


vof .these troubles "ar go to Iipr 4
i. and 'buy a 1.00. bottle Of Ko.l.iU
: Take a Wipoonf ul before was'nd ;t
i m e0clne oontaln'ed I the t.00o bi
no betteror niot entirely sttltled. r
iwl .on-tlOrd of the mpdtollne to th
witbh. (, w.ithis advertlseunen
i ioir 6*0ey will be retutne4a to yo
ieg*, .hpi9e persons, and out o o.
toyo^.Yqiu ,a0not afford to inh
001 Ol)ytb--wha..t imore can we
0. GOeWTT & CO., Chicago

ft~er each
ottse uaet
return te-6
* dru -ttitt

SCan any one afford to suffer tie distress and pain and toftures of these trouble n th
,oe of e an absolu1 guarantee' like this'. The many tllou pds of e.Orea QMthAt ve beet.
and are being effexefd by the use of Kcpdol bs inspired us rith implt .onfildeto0f4 the
merits of this remindy, Iow .*can we Inipire yr:. :with this 'same confdii ce?, Tothe
thousands ot isufei ers who have not yet heard of ot* usq4 11 odol, 'we nak&' tbis o0r4t o
refund the money po any and every person who takp~ Kpodo without being~ behnete ori
perfectlyy stldiled, We know there ree thousands suferinig witi indigestion and dyspep-.
ala who, if they only knew, as we, how good : a medietie Kodol is, is is possible that we
could not prepare it fast enough, We waniit y to kiow Kp4ol as we knqw it., Wi. real-
ize that the only way yo can do this ip to try it. If you kpew it would cure you, you
would be willing te pay ten times the ee~st-yes, a hundred-t thousand Let u hlelp you
get well. Won't you accept this guaratee? -




DU" nAId


S3OD I FO"RAD & c o .L ..UM I 1L.


:<:*ila i p ii t"bilm/l

Y: It: s IHtTll

1 a8 8Just Completed a Tour of
.Southeran Florida


PBieilevei in Gover 'n Favor o Liberal Systerm. of Edu-
ciatln-Says Bob Davis 1s All Right
in South Florida.
Hon. James E. Broome of Quincy,
or, twelve, year State Senator from
..his o.t nty and now a candidate for
Secretary ofState, is in the, city, 'hav-
S iljt arrived from South Florida 3Mon.

d r. Broom I comfortably located
S..:at,-'the Brown 'House, where the re-
:porter endeavored to draw him into.
: ,, interview on the Imnportant ques*
tloni of the day. Whilo socially very
pleasant, he did no seen disposed to
talk tmuch for publication, though lie
did coidesoendi to give his views -on a
ow points.
When asked to express himself re.
g rding the disposition of the Indian
.r Olanm, funid,.Mr. Brootne said
"The governorr iash inde a recom.
.InAi0ation in his message. The Logis.
latitre Is composed of able. men, men
ohiltih tintgrity, and, having been
,deegated bi the people to attend to
..ittmatters at Tallauhasee, I am
> tilertfore perfootly willing to leave it
*t with tiem and abide by their action
Wit1to4 t amiurimmr. This la all I have
tiosa with regard to the Indian War
| flaim ufnd. "
-i't"at Is your opinion regarding the
er t o! of. a governor's mansion?"
rie teid the reporter.,
4tm*i heartily in favor of havnRg
goiled agoodi gubornatorlal, manuanson
Siiitd wl!'refeaot dignity upon thle
Y ij4 d .I think tiat the sum rooni.o
t|d. biy the Ioverior in his taese-
aRl@ is otaotlloo smnall."
A t about educational matters,
I ole0lime tated that he was in favor
Ss)* leal. ^ systeli of education. "I
amprtetly swilling to eoitribute my
pra laot':the taxeG to the improve-
,meitl' of ,ti mental faoulties of the
-youth o our landd"
Mr. Brooie has just returned from a
S iour of Sotuth Florida, and when asked
S ow thie candidacy of lion,. Robt. W.
SDavli fr governor was tlakliig in this
tsectlon, lie rmpilod that the peiopil
Wa re very otlhuilattle, lstJ aseined Lt
staid al a itnit for Judge D)avias,
*'"Ani iit. w," ventured the reporter,
"in conclusion,l want you to tell uto
i how your oaudidn'y for oerotary of
State Is taking where you have boen."
With a good.aatured chuckle anid a
S- inlsbhlev6ou twinkle in hl. e-yce, Mr.
i: ione stated that "tliis was a pher-
S s onal questlo, and modesty forbade a

- Seventh Advenrt atConference' Close.
S' ,Oaiklw 6 Cal., April 14.-Thle bti
,i al nutferefte oa tho 'Svelnth 1 i4y,
",dlivenitluta .loO.d1 today. The follow-
., ofti l s for. tihe c-otflrenKe to be
.h-eld tw. ,l yeaNs 'hence in lodonde were
3 e*-.te4d as- ttowWs"' ThOrfld i0t, A O.

S ptlideettsa ZI. Conratl, of Oe-ntauy.'I
:and W W. iP;ott. of battle Crek;
Strsamar* H:. ans, of Dat,

Zjsstt' "* 3iAL Thq oefett t
^|^ia|;'g Pwa seeb .' ^^

Many Legal Hanaltips but No Lynch-. llT 'PAiRl
Jack M.IAp 14.-Misslp OTESTO S A
pi to now in the tildle of the fourth ,

month, or the new year, and w.hua fari Wins uver Tison ly very large
not a ,iln:le lynch' ng has occurred Maority.
within-tho tate sn-ce the year open' .

'Tho unusual length of !ite Interval iONTEST FOR MARSHAL'UNEVEN
sincee an instance of mob violence ocL- 0 __o
curred haa given hise to minuch specu. Pinkoso*Has a Majiorityver vGranger
lA0in and comment among students'
lf crit, and comen termong studei t of Forty-Six--Thqk- Election Passed
rle are advanced therefor. Off Quietly During the Day and a
It sla asserted' by 'mso that the sear Heavy Vote lA Polled.
city of lynchinges is due to the plen.
tltude of legal hanging; that the two The election of Tuesday' was one -of
forms of execution act in an anthiliotl. the quietest and moes orderly the city
cal manner toward each other, and as has ever held.
one mode increases the other must de. Notwithstanding the, fact that there
The offie reors apparently sup werepponents in themost important
pThe offils thery, for records death ly su poitionsthe city had to give, the con"
poi,t tohI theory, for more.death ne m Io e
tences I have been hnded down in the test passed off quietly, and every one
courts of MlsiSSealppi during the past seemed in the most excellent humor
year than during any two years of throughout the day. Even the op-
the state's history since the war, and posing candidates joked with each
court have been more prompt i dis. other, and the entire day showed that
posing of easet involving capital pun- Qainesville and her people were on
lshment. While of course, there is good behavior.
.no selling when or where mob vie Whilea great deal of interest was
lene may brea loose, the owng manifested naturally by friends' of
thUs far mnade for 1903 is one of which . ..

the law-abidilng people of the state are
Justly prohd.
Mistrial Results In Howard Murder
Casaeat Athens, Ala, -
Decatur, Ala, April 14.-The trial
of Robert Howard for murder in the
first degree, which has been In" rog.
reai at Athens, 14 miles -north, all
week. resulted in a mistrial, the jury
standing 11 for acquittal and one for
hanging, The verdict was rendered
late Saturday afternoon.
SLast July Howard' engaged in a dif.
ficulty with a local ball player, Prank'
PBaule, In a New Deeatur saloon. How.
ard claims Bater struck him three
blows on the head With bras-i knucks,
when he,, Howard, drew his revolves
amnd fired two shots. One shot strucli
TuWer and he lived four days.
Howard was a Loulsville and Nash#
Ville conductor, aid his brothers,
Jeaues and Daut, of Birm4igham, are
quite Wealthy and have spared no ex.
penee to save their brother.
Bauer'a people -eside at Cullmnan and
are also quite wealthy. This has
been one of the most noted oaase In
the history of north Alabama, The
case was taken to Athons, Limestone
county, on a change of venue some
time ago, and it was proven a moeb.
attempted to lynch Howard while hei
was lI jail here.
The sympathy of the entire county
of TI.luoetone Is with Howard and a
doiten or more soeloty ladles attended
the trial dally,
Bold Work of Three Ma'sked Men ini
Chilago, April 14.-Throe muakeQl
men lhold up a street catr near (lartfeld
opark a-nd mrosbbt seven passtxigers, thq'
coutlector and tlie tnotorman of $l100,
a gtiad watch anui some jewelry.
The highway nn bioirded the cat
near SacrTmnento avenue. One kepi
guatr on the front platform and one
on the rar. while the third entered
the ctr and at th6 po-1t of a revolver
ed' the ociupalnts to give up thel
r.alUaMbles. -: *
The only woman on the iar fell on
her knet s pra.tinga for morcy, but
without avall,l
The lnalttler wa not ported to the
poltee for somei hours, and nto c eW a4 -T
bfeentou to what is the boldest holt ,
Ap of th kltnd ink Chic I since Oet. "* i
AoeldeEt to Buffalo Bill,
UMathester, lSnglad, April 14.--W,
t. Cod (Bual o l) mt with at
qhdiest at t*M Stat perfrtunac6 of hiU
-10 hert.-4 UI5 boise rtged {

those whoaspired to office, and many
teams were kept employed during the
entire day by both sides, there was no
disorder, and everything passed as.
pleasantly as possible to make it.
The vote polled, however, was one of
the largest in the history of the city.
It was noted that the colored vote,
which was unusually large, was per-
fectly orderly, and when a qualified
voter approached for the purpose of
depositing his ballot no interference


Tells How and Why the Struggle Was
OaAibridge, Ma'ae., April 18.-Ganer-
,l Ben VitAoen, second In commrina
.of the Boer armyn, lectured tipon some
of the phases orf the S.outh. AJrioan
conflict before the Harvard. uiron last'
night. He received a mo't enthusi-
astic greeting.,
This was his first lecture in this
country. He related hie experiences
with a small force in prolongijg the
fight, against the British and then ,crit.
Acised the British army, saying its
thief fault was the Lack of indepen-
,dence of the soldier. He said that
without an officer to-, command the
rank were absolutely helpless and that
moat ,of the officers were little better
than the private, for scores of them
who were captured were found to ble
unable to do such a simple thing- a
cook their meals. He said, the Brit-
ish soldier eouldi not shoot, having
little or no knowledge of. firearms. In
rushing one camp and capturing it, the
Boers found the soldiers, were shoot-
Ing at a 1,200-yard range throughout
the time the ,loers were creeping up.
He said the Bors, lived on whatever
they captured from the British army
and for nine months went without
In conclusion, General Vltjoen said
England had promised to give them
fair treatment and later what would
be practically freedoinm. At present
the Boers were merely a conquered
people in the wrest of poverty. He
said the reason the war lasted for two.
years after the Boers' case became
hopeless was because they were cut-
off from outside communication and
were looking for a LIaFayette or a
Dewey to turn up to aid them in their



and Building Maten al,

Sash, Weights, Co., ..A". .
3- T .A .A..s : .-tt

E. M. HAACKER, Prorietor

Notice is hereby given that T V.' Porter,
purchaser ofax Certicate No. 41, dated t.f,
2d d4y of July, A. D. 1900, bas filed _i l-
cate in my ofilce. and has made applqtlt .
tax deed to Issue in aceordanoe withl*w. Sgd
cerntiioate emnDraces the followingi 'decoribel
property situated In Alachua' county, Flolda,
towit: ., *
All BlOck 2 except Lots t1, 2, 8 to Dentob'. and
Lots 3 and 4, Block 3, and Blocks 4, 5, 8, 7, aid
Lots I, 2. 3, 4. Look 8, and Blocks 9, 1. 18. sub-
division of Lots 3 and 4, in Townah u10, Batile
19,296 acres.
The said land being assessed at the dAte Of
the Issuance of such certifitloate In the ioine of
Burnett & Oarlisle. Unless said oertt oate
shall be redeemed according to law, taxdeed
will Issue thereon on the 3d day of May,
A. D. 1903.
Witness my official signature and seal tifls
the 30th day of March, AD. 1908. ,.
N IH a- rT)Mvmw\rl

or suggestion was made on either side. Electrician Me e~t eath, Per S.l.hWinrcuaet aunt..
The voters cast their ballots without Mobile, Ala,, April 13.--John iR Lne '
annoyance, and in all the election was Burns, aged 29. electrician sergeant NOTIEI UNDER SECTION 8FO' CA
of a very quiet nature. Fort Morgan, met death in a pecullaDi E. LAWS ECI FLOR 8A. O
The following was the result: manner. He was superintending the t by ha .
For Mayor. removal of a 6-pounder gun from the ter, purchaser of Tax Certifioate $N o.
W. R. Thomas...................265 whbrf to the fort. A brace broke and da Oedthe 4th y of J A. ID.898 bSaf
saidt-ertoawinramy offie, and hs" an-L
W. H. Tion .....4 the iron bar he wa using struck hnplicnation for tiax deed to issue in Ieii
on the right Tisn.....................in It ith w. Sali certificate ebrao; to
Fobreaking t, and lowiongdescribed -propert y situ-&atdill' al
For Marshal. knocking him t the ground. The county, F lorida, atowtt:
Jas. H Granger.................. heavy gun rolled over the lower parl acres bound nOrth by Threabe,
Chass. inkopon... ............... 209 of the body, causing inetant death Merry. 21 acres, *: e b
For Clark and Treasurer. The remwihis will be Interred tomorrow The said land being assessed at the A ti f,
J. Maxey Dell ............ ...297 in the National cemetery, Mobile, Ala srs. A. A Caise. Unless e
uate shall be redeetued sooort~ i
For Collector. Burns came from New York city. aS en 0^
tax deed will ssue thereon on the
T. B. Ellis.................. ....... ..... 287 Aprl,4.W o- 'm a..
ForAsseor. Pifghting Continues 'In San Domingo. wness my official sntur ad st
For Auseor. W o1nB ,' April 1 8.-Ui* the l2t day of March. AD. 1.0. 1 U -
P. A. Ti ssesso iW..nngol, April. lS.--Vt. H. ,O. :rDl i!! '
P. A. Ruhi............... ... atesa onsul Maiwell at Santo Do. erk cut uCurt AlsirttA l NO
For Aldermen. minlo Otty cabled the state depart... Per S. ,Mr.ea~ ....
A. E. Wittstook.... .............174 meat under yesterday's date that the NOTICE OF APPLICATIO.' .ti06
S. J. Burnett .. 12 1 liurgents had been driven lnto that DEED UNDa04 SECTION 8 or C.IAPII
A. Cushma.. ........ 1 ty on the 5th Instant, and that thedi 485., LAWS OF WLORIDA.
L. Lynch .... .................207 batteries an-d Infantry had then check. Notice s hereby given that F.J1B sa
George Doig. ........ ..... 225 ed the advance of the government ed the 4th dam oJulw. A. I. IaC -s
H. I. Taylor... ............... 187 forces. The firing continued through. said cert leate mi ty ofoe. and ha s
W. ...... .0 out the day and until the following l thaI t er to iste ebras .e
Pinkoson is Pleased, morning 'The consul adda that min. lowingc deseaiwe4 pr er' f rsituatedtn Altu
Mles we-r flying over the city so the.N'of w lossaret See. .I
I desire tannounee that I feel deep- cablegram was being written. Rt..i e. r .i e a....
ly grateful to,the citizens of Gaines- -......-...--..--... Th-aid l.nd blot las ierd At the @dtei
ville for their unanimous support at Martr Laiw TAp ril t ned, ath l > AmIIt-erda-.Aprilsa-eTho disagivet sin h el leetherero n ,orn te alth !a
the polls yopterday, and I will en- mnA betwerdan the trikers and th('l ei r.deei a ordi to.aw.d
deavor to fulfill their confidence in the workmen's defense' committee ha. ltne. amy tficial nature and s
full performance of may duty. To made no difference In the state of at tbe thdayotA oarch. A. 1). 0L..
H t. C. I
those who saw fit to east their ballots fire becoming more threatening fur Clerk clrc.ult Court ,iaU.
against me. I hold no ill will, and as- ther and more stringent military prep .r. S, ense
sure them that I will always be found ratlons are proceeding.' The troop NOTICE.
in the discharge of my duties to the hive arrived here ani at least sign 6.I Noe I hereby itivn ath lete
best of iny ability. -Respeetfully, trouble martial law will be procl ti'tr on the estate of T. Hi. e
0m4TL -j-- '- -----o-- -em. have teen gianteid by lBt
CHAs. PiNIKOsO. NOTICE FOilR PUII ATION. J of Alach emutr. to
6dern ned. said 0ll peirsons bala a, -aitute6U
". ..* U. 5 OrU LasiMO ee at a ii 't or detect aiS t id et r
'm-e H-oward's. Trial. Aprli6,lti. p siite Uism wliitteieSIX
'ranktv t. Ky.,, April 'l-C NitvAl NoeKie is Sibr rlIeo a thate lIoWllI Ir, will be barred by lyaaito
for JameAs Howard, on trial for thet o *anml? itmdlr ltfia pplotte of i intsentiaLa debts B A.kt .lAVi ., 'A+t.
third, timr, for .the murder of William nt i r at a oof yWt. 'lbefr on Rallyer M'r -h -,-.
Gofbel, tl ,I on the opening Of eourt j o. is: D. "AI"MINIIISTKAOra, os wa
today a written motion demandtfg a St&u.l P'.. rra. o eewerryFi,. M- Itersurestat "
copy of the "onfoaesloaln tilk l eV en lit am, for lit .of ste.li-0t li. eio se. Rt. io eri.s
t a I V. ',' of th -e W o 1o_ 1. M. a-we4.ll.
gt-V before the .gtand. k iy ky e i try e am the toittoww"0 w isea St re L.ro t o, J fAl
Toutsey, who 'ia -Bservlnu a life sn.- hm&anware c.se sio lle ,, i. *ea lvtfs fo a s l wuaess-ste
tone wes# Atorey Ptak asa~o fe0" .Alme per. r. A.e. P..rry. { e,,* a2 n re a
t n. ffr the YoutsY ha4', w4ii 4#' in .w-ld. e r J 'y t.
Tout rey hs4 'tmIdee a givateeais ote ..*-'ser- -ors.O Alanris r wor -
to. h....i a. .r-f-7 '...t.......t.t.'..oe.- A US T OSR -I-t- =-- -I .*" _Irf, _--
mWnt overrsletd *the aiUnos. I ** wil ar IL1W LVCaEMKI.
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S1 Causes

That Tennessee Ri
01tight of 18 Feet by
Two Houses Struck I
'j n that City.
vllei Tenn., April 14.-
ly high raltfall occurred
ytnd this morning,' ant
s. 'The weather bureau
i nches of rain last night,
fl T nessee river and
U erqs are isaing and It is
hat ;by *Tuesday night t
411 'have reached 18 feet he
Iht two houses were struck
ang and .Samuel Oglesby v
epi.bng In his bed in one of th
a4e stricken to unconscilousne
Oin a dangerous but not ne
.ttlcal condition,

Condition at New Orleans.
fNew, Orleans, April 14.-The Aver
here went back to 19.9 feet today, p
11 of one-tenth of a foot. Work on the
There is promise that the -labor will
suadicent to carry on the next sat-
t at closing. If the present rate
decline continues iat Holly Brook It
ptcteid that within the next ten
tr 4two weeks, watdr will practi-
cease running through the break
SIn that event planters will
a-ple time in which to sow their
P 0

Weather Cold In England.
on,. AApril 14.-Severe Weather
stroyed t he Easter bank hall-
,t 'as bitterly cold, 4 degrees
belig registered'Iln many parts
outtyr orTly In the morning.
Followed by heavy sanow-
throu'ghout the north and the
41a, while some snow fell In Lon.
and even go far south as Dover.
r bly Taken From Steamer by
Union Men.
.tdealO, April 14.--Four nonunion
aeon who were forcibly taken from
6i tea4mer William S. Mack, which
~ vea from hicago late last night,
returned to the boat by the po
**-today. Frank Blair; .a fireman,
*#t was reported missing was found.
ydear bid i n the coal bualkers of the
S*esel No arrests have been made.
The union men in small boats rowed
ut to the ship. They demanded that
ith. non-unJon men be turned, over to
ethem. Before the Mack had been
tied about 40 union men, the captain
P swarmMed over the rails of his
0'tt, and seized the firemeh and car-
$a them off. They were found later
ptliJe headquartersQ of the union and
64' the demand of Captain Holllngs.
Were released. One of the men
Ill..been illreoted., '
| gtlgon Into Chares Against
nSrhatta-n Postoffle Department..
Yk'. .April l4-nvestlg tonon
e th made ainit the
Postofflee department is
ttnv advanced to the6 point
will come. Script service
t arTived 'here front Washlng..
jo1itd the detectlTvet who have
pushing the inquiry tor
1tflve days. The newcomers
orders from FIrst AstIUmt
General WVynne ad
Sdepatch sys they were
tbewnveam in readiness to
Sorry more arrests under quickI
-Ilt is impossible to geot any
of iopltnln from present or}
iacle'. Postmaster Vancett
Ot b een 0mand Mr. Morgan *Im.
S"nothitag new."
lsVftitgtion started hore It
o asprea4 to other cities,
t e aSt VamostaW
Ga., April 4-The green I
of P. tthst in this city,
,ed b) Satturday evening.
tbefl. which started ti i
the tore, .ia not hk wn.
tle sk4 of gooda is a most
le ther l t a rIs a t
( o e wt which t'
^B~l s a. th butmi~^

George Gould Tal e Coditone
800M 801K"I' .u1., Iu tEN rITION
a careful survey o coE4dltions in the
Rapid west, o e L u who ba vepn hester
R .turned'" fro m a trip over the Mias rt
x. hPacifle sat Wibash Ta Atvie4t.r i:en o00 0ACTtV.
tba& the ptopeat en Of prosptity
XVILLE, which the wet Is eoytang wml on RIVALRY IS BtECOMING ACTIVE.
tipue tF. Mr leatn aPttr year.
ver Wi' "Inall' n w epe ta. h the w Efforts Bl4ag Made To Have Cotton
Tuesday Mr ve never $hippd by Rail to M chester M
by Light.s t11 tll t ly to tav Dock Charo es at L.iv.
cotton, but ',e te o113 Is thorouguily erpooL.'
a vter-soakled, helsee crops ought to I
-An un- thrive amazingly. The railroad won't New York, April .-4Kll n compeU-
here last have awiy trouble In moving the reaT tlon has Wben gotog on for some trtfe
I s on- wheat crop, but I. think we Will all be between Uveroopl pnd Matnchloter
u reports short of cars in the fall it there is a ith regt d to th importation of cot-
S big corn crop ton fioW America, says The Tribune's
Its local The physical condition of the westI e orrespoudett. It ais admitted even
I tredW4c%. em. roads was never better than itIs in tvcrpool that Manchester is rapid
-.h river now. ly becoming a serious rival. and that

"I heara no taln otf money shnortage
while I was In the west. The banks
are holding their own balances In their
vaults, ankd they won't have to draw
on New York for money to move the'
eOops., From what I saw, I believe
that this practice of drawing on New
York, as it is called, will Be an un-!
commnon ccurrence in the future. The
western bankers have their. own
oadiney to lend to their own people,
unless money should get so high In
Wall s.trev't aRs to make it profitable to
send it east. From a.U indications, I
can 'see a full year of prosperity ahead
for the west."
Mr. Gould referred to the St. Louis
exposition in very enthuosiatic terms.
He visited the grounds twice and was.
very much Inpressed with what he'
saw. "I think that It will be the
finest fair ever held," he ao'. "'Two
things In connection with ior noe4
to be brought to the attebtuon of the
people of St. Louis. O- e l, that the
city haa tot awakened to the great,
need of adequate hotel faellitles. An-
other important thing Is the lack of;
ad'equato transportation facilities to
Wand tromn tho fair grounds, St., ltouls
seams to have done absolutely noth*-
Ing in this matter."

Results of Same Are Reported To Be
New York, April 14,-Morris K.
Jesup, who pr'qyided the funds for
the Jesup expedition to northeast Asia
for the purpose of studying the nao
tlves and gathering collections of their
implements said today that he, was
perefectly satisfied with the results of
the expedition. He declared:
"What these stories amount to re-
garding obstacles placed In the path
of the explorers by Russian officials, I
cannot say, but I know the expedition
has been successful, for the collection
is here now and 4a being made ready
for the exhibition,
"When we first decided on making
the exploration the Russian govern.
ment assalsted us in every way, The
emperor himself took a personal inter.'
eft and ordered his officials to facli,
tate the work. Pasgsport were cheer-
fully provided and scientists bean.
their labors auspiciously. The famll-
laxity of theae men with the country,
natlveys and dialects, fitted them for
the work, I
"The St. Petersburg Academy of 8e-6
:,eeB coe-operated and every available.
means at its disposal was provided.,
The expedition a0complihed its ob-
Ject and Mesr.. Bogoru and oOche.I
*mon are In Now York makl g the col-.
lection reedty for exhibition."
.New Amerlcan Indemnity Bond.
Plkta. April 14.t--The aew Americms
Inamnulty bond stipUlattes that th0 pay.
ment shall be, In tthe equtiadent of gold
dollars at the rate o exchange provid-
ed for in tl' protocol, -wkich, accord
Ing to the Amolican Interpretation ao
the prothool, sake It practlcally a s ;
ver bo4. Tihe bonds of the other na
tionms pecify thM the po'yeOet be In
the equivalent of gold At the rates of.
erbange prevaLi1ng on the date of
the payment~
To lnvestl)lte V Reported Plague*.
Topeka. KaV,. Aril 14,t-Dr. (tarlnt,
Lo-ry. secretary of the state board of'
health, thass goneto Rlce conaty, It
in-vestigat the r-wport that srevn ralr l
Troad lal'orwrs are victims of tae boIw
boo-l pl.tane. A tl mp b.nwe4 t6 work
with *a 4UiCOu1gAs econtly htasi.t
*a ise.e which quickly killd 5t$p
men. Tbe st*ran-o l t5'.i'torrytorr 15 |
jt~rt qusrantultw. Ocb* phsiteial .
1PoIunces thb 'pl;aWi back a644 lp. 611

shipped directly to Manchester instead
of UIverpopL This Is, O0 course, a
serious lo: to the ship owners In
the elder port, and they are tMntpting
Malchester ow eos to 1h4v. their
cotton forwarded by rail to thQ mills
so as to save IAverpool the dock atnd
town duties and other charts. Man-
chester is alarmed, and the cotttit
assoc atlon of that city has drawn
the attention of the Master Ootton
aSpnners' association to 1t*tt Ite torms
the determined effort on he pirt of
the people of Liverpool (to prevent the
shipment of American theater, A joint meeting Of the two
assoclations will bo held hprtly with
a view to wrouso up the Lancashlre
cotton trade to fight the l6verpool ac-
tlon and, endeavor to get splrnuors to
insist on direct shipment.
Mr. Payne Back From Cruise In Weast
Washington, April 14.-"Postmaatet
General Payne returned toWasnington
today from his West Indian cruile with
Secretary Moody and party. Mr.
Payne's arrival was anutijllated (with
considerable lanterest In view of the i'.
veetigation of affairs of the postoftlce
department, which has been 4 prMg-
reos by his direction, during his ab-
Mir Payne, however, bas nothing to
say regarding the Investigation. He
spent theo mr)ting at ihla hotel g ng
over matters that have tccumtulatod
during hia absence. The ( vestigation
meantime continues and a largo CorP
of picked postoflce insTjotors, nnum.
bering about 16 or 20, are malicng a.
searching loquiry lato the various
phases of the investigation.
Repeals Comprehensive Stamp Taxa

tlon Scheme of Yuan.Shl-Kal.
Pekln, April 14.--Tho wager em'
press has disued an edict repealing the
comprehen Alve stan mp taxa.n loh s 0h o0e
which Yuan-Shi-Kai, govewirnor of the
province of Ohl-Ll, waa about to Innmt-
gurate throughout this province. The
edict assigns the poverty of the people
as the reaomn for the reveal of the
scheme; but It 1' bellievd Yuan-Shit
Ki's enemies procured It for t ue lpu
pose of crippling his propoj(4 reforms,
Oner of the contemplated e ots o l
the proposed-plan would hayre jbew to
score honest returns to taxes collect
ed and to depidve minpr ollSclis of
large perulittos. the de,10t of
the dowaer empress' oilettudet for
tho poor people *faevinced by th costly
Junket, she has been taking
The court wl ratturn fnrm its vilt
to the wetoi country Wed".nqadp asd
wilH sojourn MA the huilng parxk. A
sho railroad Is befln built :between
the main line and o(e park to eounvey
thei crown prtiness of flavarla Meari
.heres. rho ist visit inpg ,'l0t, to th4
park for an 1audiece with th* dowagot
May b* Called to New Orleans.
Now York, April 14.-Th'b pttlp1
*OunltrnI of C3ars'atoa i man& u e
of this p, of wiat th tflv r, o- I"
thefll I rabb oteritues. bhas 14vted th0
R.v. In. Max Heller, of New :Orleam
to enme .to -- efity **nt aTo"k and
preach in Temple lawaint. The p,
sitIos Cf ral ai bs lwou v4sAnu (f@
many mnon't-' It is wtatd4 o0s asOitor
Ity th tha'e New OWrUtan Vft* wi.l
be fgeBIly strodmawo? to ti0 01agro
-ethie on lbs ah t St ath Is May AM
that a *B masy be ntende4 4to bi.^
8 s. araiSs.a. ci! flraw Oslo pal
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For fever, chills, debility 0i4ad kidney diseases, take Leimon Elihxr.
Dr. ltMoxly's Lemon. Elixir is prepared from t fresh juice of lmnons ,conum
bined with otper vegetable liver tmitk, nIdI will not fail you in any of the
above-uihlne diiseasies. 60 cets aiid $1.00 bottles at d ruggilst,
Ilrepa;rO only by Dr. IH Motley, Atlanta, Ga.

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stilmtioti, having used it with most satisfuetory rtsullts, after nil k tlihr rit4 e-
diie had failed. .1. W, .OLLO.
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MoAzlev's I ,111 o ot D ')rops
Curea all eoughs, ot)tl, hioarrseuss, sore throat broahhitia, lhtu'iorrh.igo,
and till throat nuid lng disa.seas, iElegant and reliable.
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we t hey Earb. elat op thet bridal U
trp, oW.. Wlliams and
wife are ow peantl locate at
their futOue honte in High Springs,
where they arerecelving the eoagra I -
lations of friends. Captain Williame
has resumed' his ruat on tie Atlantic
Coast Line between High Springs and
Roehelle, which makes him look again
natiur ral, .
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,wid8 N*tof, rad1 Ierest8 aith- 8H. I-E Bauksighit went yesterday to
-m;i *Olgh'Op1Springs: onbusin s.
.... " Dr. J.L. Cloud of Alachua was among
J'I I I OI I .the visitors to this city yesterday. .
Robt, Wixon of Windsor was among
Wht Ii Happsined and What Is Going the traders in GainevHille yesterday.
ti appien Tdin Short Paragraph L racy, the milIman who halls
fToaUn'MayRd from the station of the same name,
Th H was a visitor to this city on businet s
Th ** ; yesterday. .
71s sa as Hon. Henry S. Ohubb, receiver 'of
'pI t iobilih o-i Aroiker ws the United States land office has re-
1sito th p eitYYst ery. turned fI om an official trip toi South
J0h1 atger of Roohelle was Florida.
ng the visitors 'to this ty yter h surest d. afest Yemedy for
'..:!"1 '":.: 4 : : "* kidliey and bladder diseases Is .Fdley's
s.Goorge. Freoark of.Yackonvlee "Koid ey C dure. old by WV. 0. Wallace's
eG o theFrk o rooksonv dreg store.
go a, ... .
i.s i hig S:mthr;' rs. Bro.sn 81heriff' .Walker of 3Bronson was
Se i. 13 i... M l of Paradise among the visitors to this city yester-
!Ongh4..... hoeonal t o tiarasiee day. Ie s ptoving one of the most

P.',0"ter . a. l. Foley S Ilone, and Tar 0ntains no
,P.. ., U.. ..arker and littl. opiates, and will not constipate like
son, Olyde, were in the city from La, nearly all otber cough medicines. lRe-
Orbse y~s.terdty fuse ,ubotitutes, Bold'by JW. 0. Wal-
Maultsby, the brick, manufac- lace's drut, sre.
turer of Oftmpvilie, was a business After a pleasant visItto his family
vior tothi it terday. In this ity, 0 J. ijxjon returned yes-
visto t- o' "": h ...i".t y terday toDutton, where he is In the
-T L:. Hodgson of Williston was. l .employ ofA .A,. lstoin as manager
tho citj 'yesterday, le* was a guest of.
relativesthe fay ly o T. Rou, of thn meat department of his store.
,.ietive. th fillnI lof L.T., 3oult
Mrs. 3. Fletcher f i'ld' he inter- B. Padgett, !the naval stores oper-
,eating little son ,retuned yesterday ator of Pradise, was among the slt-
trom a btlef visit to r6elatives at o or to thi ty yesterday. Mr. ad-
eo t ttt ,recently purchased, valuable
Yr.. *. c *complished property In this city, and expects to
'lib^i:? MrB, ES M. Farr snd a complished, remove hl-family here.
daughter, Miss S. B. Farr, lfter spend
SI several months pleasantly in this The residence of J. Fletcher Hill
O.ty, departed for their home in Bo- having been about completed Mr. Hill
and family expect to move into the
to* n Sunda^Y'.-... .place within the next few days, It is
T.. B Stringfellow of Jacksonville, a located on West Liberty street, and is
Somber of the firm of Stringfellow one of the most desirable properties
.Bro., was greeting his old friends in in the city.
this .ity yesterday. He was for many ohn Ohenut departed yesterday
a prominent aud successful bus. or Jacksonvlle. After a short sojourn
-i In, that city he, in company with Soriv-
iuige eo,.J., Arnow returned yet. en Dozier, will proceed to Charleston
terday from Jacksonville, where lie on business connected with the Halle
h-bsheen o.4a brief visit to his daugh tae. Mr. Chesnut expects to re-
t, T. John Grosser, who is ill in main In Charleston sevelsl days, dur-
S s Saitoium He left the pa- ing which time lie will b~the guest of
*.ti .mproved... his sister, Mrs. A. J. Gibbs.
Palengers on the High Springs-1 j, M. Desliosahes, secretary and
iK ^ oo^h .e route are now enjoying general manager of the J. E. T. Bow-
Athe InUiiots ~Oiimforts of a regular den. Georgia and Florida Lumber
stsadar. guage train. The narrow Company, Jacksonville, is in the city
0:0ge coaches of the Florida Southern for a brief stay on business. Mr. Desa
S waihir wiihich have been used on this RoschLes is not only one of the best
'rn for'ir many .enrs, have been assigned posted luniberniien In the State, but
to the Hilh Springs-Citra run. 1 one of- the high-toned gentlemen as
.Mesdamte H, L. and W. B. Pl1hilfr well, and it is always the pleasure of
and ."Mrs. ;W., J. arpenter returned his friends to tvvt, him, le reports
olsterdly from ltJtsr-, where they have the state of the lunimbr market flrat-
been to*i thie lisit three days il at- oelasls.
teodlanoe at tlhe annutil meltingof the Miis Theora Flneming departed yes-
Won: '..W *. orelii Misalonary Society terdAjy on her regular tmnner outing.
o. the eithttodltu.t h.. They report She went to Clintoi, S. U., where sheo
a very stuoeisful imneting. will attend today thi wedding of her
The congregation of the Second Ad- oouiin, Miss Jiennie Smith, acting as!
vntist church held imprestive services bridesmaid. The evtxit of this wed.
I .. ithe North Giitesiville hal Sunday, ding caused MiAw Fleming to leave a
-.ler Johnsoltnlf Tampa delivering ftow days earlier than usual, as shoe
,two -.most'eloqoient.&nd impressive ser was desirous of attending the festivity.
m on. At thie ao4!ilon of the morn- After a few days spent in Clinton she
lig s ervloe Pho* A rplher Lokwood will proceed to Johiitaon, 8, C., where
Was present wilh i llttLe :gun'," and she expects to spend the remnaider of
fotllower '" "a Rd OVerseer J. R. Feaster was
i. n '. ''thbe gaiiit b *aeball between aminig those who visited the county
t... he aineitlig i"gh Shool anid First capital yesterday. Hle stated that the
Waldo teaix Wide1 Siturday,. the road" hands were at work on the publite.
SIi* 8. oy^ l slity, the score be. roads In the vilci-ity of Paradise, and
^ ; ig > l fourtt ,ixl .n favor of the that the pubHit thoroughfares were
ool. t ta. gPc e was largely being plaed in good condition. Ow-
San 'plays were ing to the recent and constant heavy
both 4 thie lames- ralse, the road have been almost
a, tot% tg tath4 they washed away, and the public appve-


lo h. matieter elate the great improvements wblilidh
t for their hba been made. within the past by
; M,, Feaster a OiO hi o iro,
S' ,

jSito1Sto *thb^I ityBeters'y*
'. ''ipw w 4i f" te Unted
(t ndh oMco Igs.as 7,0ro from a'
frit1 ad ple*sad I it to toIs.ai.ei. at
^ M1r. Waiawrlght is a very hard
worker, l nd it i"s something unusual
otr.hti to take a vnaation.
". L, lil*, pecials 'representative
and v4taeling auditor of the New
ort Life .Insurance Company, bhas, re-
orPie4 iro'to P*PeaoWl, and 'other.
olpts, where he has been for the past
f i weeks in the interest of his. ctn-
zany. He. says Pensaeola is on 'a
woom, ind it toi one of the liveliest.
41i.e In the Sooth at this time. The
employee of the .United States navy
ave 'released a gieat deal of money in
Pensaola wthth te past few weeks,
A4 'the effects are being felt.'
Mr. and Mrs. T.-J. Watkis0 of Nocas-
tee are't in the city. They formerly
resided at Rochelle, in this county, but
after the' fatal freeiea f 1895 went to
DeSoto county, where Col. Watkins'
ias prospered. Ac was noted in The
un of a recent date,,he sold a half .in-
terest in the grove owned by Phifer &
Watk|ina to W. B. Phifer for $40,000.
Mrs. Watkins expects to remain here.
as the guest of Mrs. iH. L. Phifer for
several days, while) her husband will
tmaku a prospecting trip to Ouba;
oin Wednesday'. Dazijy t:
Rev. L. I). Gelger of 'Apppka was a
visitor tI tals city yeeterday,
Supervisor E. E. Jlly of Rochelle
made a brief visit to this city yester,
M. Knight, the blacksmith and
wheelwright of High Springs, was .4
business visitor to this city yesterday.

E. D. Abernathy, a prominent lum-
ber manufacturer of Graham," was
among the visitors to this city yester-
Foley's Kidney Cure makes 'kidneys
and'bladder right. Don't delay tak-
ing. Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug
The ladies of the Helping Hands will
give an, entertainment upon the even-
ing of Friday, the 17th, at Mrs. 0. K.
The friends of Mrs. M. L. Wood of
Kirkwood Will regret to learn that the
lady is quite ill, but trust that she
will recover in a few days.
M. IL. A. Carver of Jacksonville is
in the city. She will be the guest of
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Benj. Mix-
soi, for the next few days. o
R. Evins, a graduate of East
Florldki Seminary, after a brief but
pleasant visit tp friends here, has re-
turned to his home at lEvinston.
-W. W. Stripling, the clever and sue-
bessful traveling representative of the
W. B. Johnson Company, wholesale
grocers, Jaqkeonville, returned yes-
terday from Ocala and other points,
where he has been in the inserests of
his firm.
Miss Sarah Broadway, an accom-
pu!shed young lady of Albany, Ga.,
after a pleasant visit to friends in this
city, returned to her .home yesterday.
Miss Broadway made many friends
here who will be glad to welcome her
John. S. Arnold, for many years a
resident of this city, but now of Jack-
soitville, where, with his two sons, R.
T.and Jno. S. Arnold, Jr., lie is en-
gaged in the fruit ,business. was
shaking hands with his old friends in
Luit city yesterday. Mr. Arnold
states that, while he is well pleased
with his new home, he can never for-
get Gainesville nor his friends.

tet ap kil"Inv wt1r-, he ha' bee'..
for t.he pat few month.,
Dr.Wh o. Jpthnson o( Wlanspy w va
among the business visitors to the,
coenteOy capital yeset4 y
",rs. o,. 0. Lynch aose on departed
y'estWrday fer a bree vine to friends at
Mel::e.' They e upeit toesn tniay.
-Alfl re ierdiaiy 14y a, kdnd a pleas-.
3t evenir g prosetnsd to Whoa wh a-
tend the sqieg I.and entertain.-

.C Adiams of Aki on, tr sidcnton
the Alhion Export and aihewicl :woi
pany, was a business visi tor toat hscity
Prof. A. J. Fosiett has returned
from a snecesftul tour of the Westi
End, where he has been in the interest
of piano tuning.
Vole.y's Kidney Cure if taken In time
aTurdr security Irmo' all kidney and
bladder diseases. Sold by.W. C. Wal-
lae's drug store.
V W. Long of Tsake City was among
those who favored tGaipeeville with' a
vieit yesterday. He was registered at
the Brown House,
Hon. S. H. Gaitekill of McIntosh,
one of the best known horticulturiste
and agricultturits ain the State, was a
visitor to this city yesterday.
The premises of Dr. J,. H. Alderman,
East Gainesville, are being enclosed
with a neat fence,' Carpenter Belton
Gaskins is doing the work.

'His Honor Judge Mason yesterday
issued a marriage license to Joe E.
Powe and Miss Cora J. Thomas,
residents of the western part of the
county. "
T. W. Shands of Otter Creek, otie of
the most extensive naval stores oper-
ators in Levy county, made a brief visit
to his family, who reside in this city,
After a brief but pleasant visit to
his wife, Engineer George Estabrook
of the Atlantic Coast Line returned to
his duties between Palatka and St.
Petersburg yesterday.
J. H. Granger departed yesterday
for Tampa and other points. He eX-
pects to be absent for several days. In
the meantime MarsNal-elect Pinkoson
will assume the duties of marshal.
Mrs. Fry of Buffalo, N. Y., who has
been in this city for the past few
weeks, departed for her home yester-
day. While here she was comfortably
located at the home of Mrs. L. A.
The elegant home of J. A. Goodwin
has been beautified by a liberal appli-
cation of paint. The work was exe-
cuted under the direction of Painter
Mooty, :and reflects credit upon his
ability as an artist.
Mrs. J. W. Hudson of Madison, Wis.,
who has been spending a pleasant sea-
son at the Odd Fellows' Home in this
city, departed for her home yesterday.
She is well pleased with Gainesville,
and will return next season.
H. A. Blake of' Melrose was in the
'ity yesterday. He came for the pur-
pose of delivering to Prof. W. M. Hol-
loway, county superintendent of
schols, the returns of the election held
for the establishment of a sub-school
district at Melrose Tuesday.
Benjamin, Boulware of Orange
Heights, more familiarly know as
"Uncle Ben." was in the city yester-
day. The friends of Uncle leen will
regret to learn that he has been india'
posed for the past few weeks. He is
improving now, however, and expects
to soon be himself again. It has been

Thoma W7e h 4 h e ate
travehltag ealR4148 tin t; **of
V. F. 0e e, 4@ b 6 lo
$er f ewYork, 4 I ,
Mr. Pritbar en loid talimal
at tdroppehe le' tof 0 Tp as for
Withe a24bout the y. progressed

Mechanel street, etuei4 4i ( .haWest
Main-storeeto tah4 ereethi. 4 when
withe home ofeleg Mrs. Gerl a, ehed

almostbeyond rAopinitii^ .- b n
In speakrig of. .thea *tte, .Mr. J
Mr. Pritcha r atd a *ithoet eartdcy
roppea g ed the lles i proieeded to
bpsirese. As le started to eii, zer the
buggy, however, th sanltlai iade a
suddeion dash, sw dden sult ed hteiousmal
Wit away 2:beore0 gait he proe e dHeown
Mechania street' turning I to West
Masin owtreet, here pthible. gfo :h ed
with aR telegraph pole and 'was tashed
almot beyond recognition.
In' speaking of tbh' disaster Mr
Pritchard stated that the.iorseistarted

actn ufowast s uring.p lan, tai: th -anfimai
got away before 'be realized i. Hl e
was in t owiinity rewio be afor the dis-
asortuniery to plnatur el regrets t.en e

High Spring s dm repay Wi I stall.,Ice

The pe'pl of High SpSpr ings tr.awif
be. enjoying bthe uoorsieieof anitt e
maf tdiussing thplant fo nd the piaerste
lion that viof a wi-n e pantorewh owip

pohavea refrigeration pimeaaty i ten
The High 'Spritags Industrial -
pany, recently organized with a'
ber of the leading businessmen of the
town as Tstockholders mean oice, yess,
terday held a meeting for the -pOrpose
of difeussing the plans for thi eree-
tVon of a six-ton ice piant, which will
have, a refrigeration capacity of ten
tons. The stockholders mean business,
and propose to begin the 'rectio tof
the building at once. The plant wkil
prove a -big thing no only f cr I r, .
thriving town of High .Springs, butO''
the adjacent county as well.' < '
George W. Moyers of this city we"it
to High Springs yesterday to coneiat i
with the officers and -directors *ith 11:k
regard to the plant. Mr. Moyetis thor-
oughly understands machinery: of :alli
kinds, and his visit will no doubt re-
sult in his securing thi contract.
Hays Hawes Arraigned Upon Charge of
Assault With Intent to Murdler..

The quietude of the pkat few days
in Judge Mason's court was broken
yesterday, when Hays Hawes, a. neitro
formerly employed at the saw mill of
Brinkley & Baines, Cyril, was "artign-
ed upon the chare of assault with In-
tent to murder.
From the evidence, it is .eh ed
that Hawes assaulted Maggle resrt
a colored woman, at the.om t oilt
Brinkley & Baines. The'o i
when Hawes drew a pistol an'd-8I
her. The witnesses in the cae
Maggie Brown, the 0oomPti*
W. J. Goomer, the storekeeper; X."i
Lovat, lumber inspector, and:' A
Baines, junior member of the flrtm,
of whom were present at the 'time i
the assault. '
Hawes was placed, und6r biia
$500 for his appearance at the *4'
term of the circuit court, and, le
unable to tecurc the bail, was iemMe
ed to the county jail . .
The subpoenas. were served:."pi
the witnesses by Deputy Sherifft. at'.
Becker, who went to.Cvril'for hVi.is

Yesterday was a most disagreeable several inonhti since lie viaitedu uaines- pos e.".. '
day, the wiiid blowing wFth great ve- ville. Le tur atBaptist Chu h.
losity inost of the time. The streets Herbert Pinkoson departed yes- Don't fal to hear .* Taylor's I
and stores were very dusty, and terday for Jacksoniville, where he ......
suggested the idea that the will resume .'his duties as watch- t.ekat th 'B oui
street sprinkler could have been used man in the yards'of the Atlantloe o'clock Su t B o tIe
to great advantage. The' sprinkler Coast LiAne, which position he was r.citizenship fromth i
could bo used at comparatively smnall holding when he seeidentally shot the home,
expense, an4 the service would prove himself several weeksrago. Mr. Pink- Yu wll mss a treat youw< 4
quite acceptable on such days as yes- oson has entirely recovered from the come
terday. efeets cf the wooikd, which at one ANY CHURCH or pao naw*or A
We are in receopt of the first ii fe of time was considered serious. w tti.tion Supported by voluntOeM e
the Southter Baptist, the new church Thos. E. Owens hias returned from tributlon will be giTeni a liberal
organ edited and published by Roevs. Jacksonville, where he has been for tity of the Longman & Manries Pt
. BD. Holley and M. Ai'lonts: It. i Ia the past few days. Mr, Oweno has Paita whenever their plat.
neati minagxhoi, cotiaintig sixteen been working very hard recently an-l Note: iare done so for twlt*oetf
pages, aInd Il flled with interesting thought once of going to White years. Sales:. Tetis of d Ct1twusliOf
ireding matter. 'The paper was isiued Springs for a few weeks' nteuperation. Ions; painted nearly itwmil
yesterday. uad will be maild to Bp- He decided, however; that time was under guarantee to rpai
tisth through the ientir StWat. with too valuable, and reiurmned with a view f"atory. The pa..int wa r
an tnviltatop to subscribe. The paper of engaging ina sme proflsion here. op to eighteen yests.
will ino doubt'Wneet with great su.ces, The numerous friends of this young .t added to tohe t paie) i
as the sublowrtion prt e, tl, Is in the man will be gradtied at the inform*-. mnutes).a Actual eot
each of alL mThe Sun extends to the sto that he has decided to remain in a galh. 6s laS3
new juurin bua ftrateanl wishes. (lGaanelie, ageBte, 711Al
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