Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01866
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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 23, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01866
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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)LXX, NO. 61 _



ing a& waow woman at Delgrade m >ris, n ru a i
This city. While the guards were tak VER -VELANIU
in-g the gang of half a hundred con-,
Sviets to wo rk the 12 prisoners in the C 0 BY YAN
plat made a wild dash In all directions. SCORE DD A
The reniainlngK'convlcts were order, .0 ,
ed to drop on their knees, and kept
under cover by one guard while the Nebraskas Bitterly Arraigns
other guards opened fire on the,flee- Former Presidnt.
Ing fugitives, who made a dash for Ome
the woods in all directions HIS SPEECH AT KANSAS CITY.
John Taylor, a negro, was shot dead
on his tracks. J, P. Hughes white, At 'Banquet Given by the Jackson
and Porney George, a negro, of New-
bern, were shot in the back, but es, County Demogratic Club William J.
caped. Bryan Replies to the Toast "De.
The county commissioners have of- ra
fered $50 reward each for the white moeracy.

ate the prltnptles or 'Cue uemooracy
as they existed long before Jefterson
lived. Hlie' simply put the principles
Into living form. There never wai
a time when the people were more
ready to accept DIomooratic principles
than today. -We must appeal to the
co'nacionce of the people. Three ren.
edies for existing evils have bWen sug.
gested to me, First, an appeal to the
conscience of the people; second, by
legislation, and third by revolution,
But revolution is not to be though
of. Revolution is not a remedy in a
country where people can vote. Peo
pie can vote themselves free In thia'
country and if they could not do that,
they could not fight themselves free.



Pretender Is Being tried to 1.0
Attack Same. i
Foreign Reeldents of thv Place A 1.
Alarmed and Ask that a Steamer Be
Sent to Take Them Away.--Span.
larde Seek Protection.

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. 1rther Cross Examination
of Henry Youtsey.
*e0j8 Where He Wan When Fatal Shot
Was Fired-Denie* Certain State-
. ments Made to General Leads Prior
to Shooting Regarding Goebel.

-Frankfort, Ky., April 22.-Henry men, Martin and Hughes, and $20 each Kansas City, April 22.-William J. Je[lrson toi or me people ano Maoru, Airi ..-A dispatch from
Toutsey was called for further cross- for the negroes. The sheriff's posse Bryan, speaking this morning to the their interests, and amilton believed Cetau, Morocco, represent, the port
aminatlon in the trial of James How.- s very strong, and there is little tost "Democracy," at the banuet tv- thatu the president nttd the senate of Tutu, Morocco,a being i a
d today. Youtsey was asked if he chance for the convicts to escape, en by the Democratic Jackson County hol behavior. Ted Republcan par. The ing cr retal potion be ured to t
d, not refuse to tell Assistant Audi- club and the newspaper 11nn of Mis- ty od ior mi Renutbllcern a T etee ta belngu tf ait
F Prani Johnison where he was when PEACHES WILL BE SCARCE. sourli complimentary to Wiillam J. ty today is forming not Jefferson tack Totuna, the capture of whi, h
ebel was shot. He laid Johnson Stone, at which the address dii not lui s hut lramilton clubh. considered easy. The luropean ani
d.the question and he told John- Fruit Growing Statec All Report Short begin until long after midnight, bitter- ,tters of regret fro tm Richard b Jewish residents othe lace are t
< he was in a safe place. Johnaon 'X, Cropo. ney, Snat (l0ri a 1 tor Or ble leave except iy 1 SIHI
ed that wks not sufficiently deflniteo Atlanta, April 22.--eorgla is not, ly arraigned Grover ClevelalO anl his mackW. It. loarst, Tor Johnson, rtlotd t hat tarnr be ent t
as the detectives had called for par- alone this year in finding a short crop for harmony among Democrats. The tdwardl M. Shoiard. D, 11. Hill. 9ena fetch thorn. The Spaniard have da*
tiular data as to where all employes on hand. 1uvery poach growing state assembly was made up of Missuri tore an ark, of Arkattss an nded the protection of pan
o ihe office were when the shot, was in the country reports a reduced crop seio rata and the reh arks of Mr. r oA steer from NWew York has Ar
Bred. Youtsey then told him he was a the result of the had weather con- Bryan met with enthusiastic favor with plause. Iriott Mol-lla, with 001 e
it the toilet room in the basement of ditions, ranging from 6 Oto 90 per cent his hearers. He said In puit: u ie. i.i tlon iand a number of rfles of l t
(e executive building. Youtsey de- below the average. .What we need in this nation is mor. CLAIM UNJUST DISCRIMINATION. Initi sut n number ot rlor for .
Mled that he had ever told General A. This information has just been Be al courage among men. We( need 't---- ultan of Morocco..
cured by the deartmen,ur
Leads, prior to the shooting, that Goe- cured by the department of agriculture moral courage more than ability amd Coal Carrying Roads Charged With
bel once beat him out of a fee and and will within a few days be publish- we want the kind of moral Nourago Violating Interatate Law. ApRQNAUT'S FRIQHTPUL PALL
that he despised him. He admitted ed in official bulletin form. that will ftght for honest TIluocratic New York, April 22. 'Thi inter.
that he told R. H. Witherspoon and At the instance of the Georgia fruit principles. In your junior senator, state conlnorco couitnission t hi cht na anPrel
other relatives that the newspaper re- growers, Commissioner O. B. Stevens William Joel Stone, you have. a Mis, City today to cdiiiir tlie oiuitnt Him to the Ground.
ports that he had named Jim Howard wrote letters to the commissioners of tourl man who possess both mor. of William IL hearst th-at cettatn (ThhngiT, April 22.-A dispatch to
as the man who fired the shot, were agriculture of all the important peach, al courage andd ability. I iam glad coal carrying roads are violating tiht( The o',tibune frol Houston, Tex
Without foundation. growing states of the country, and that you have harmony In this state interstate comiilurce law. The (d,; iel .s:
"It was my defense at that time," has received replies from practically "1 believe the Democrats of Mis- fondant roads are the I'lhtti(adc'lhil Profeasor looloy power at saoro-
Said Youtsey, "that HIoward and me all of them except California, which sourl give the best idea of how to soe and Reaing, tlo 1,chigh Valy, th inali iat, hasi ino. wllh a eorious aceit.t
were strangers and I told everybody I will probably be heard from within a cure harmony among the lhlnocrti t Central of Now Je:;!ey, th' Ne'w York, beo'.tre thtoutmitnoi of spectators here,
hd never seen Howa~rd till we met in day or two- of the nation. I believe in harmony. Susqu'hannut and Western, thl Erii'. Pro|fsr ,'t\r mttado a "ttesftil
)anl." Colonel Stevens gave the informa. 'Phe )Democratic bed 1t witl enough the ,Ontario and Westirn, the l)oh. ansl eio f 3,0or 0 feet the air ,i
Further along In the interrogation tion that Georgia would do well to for all who want 4t come .11..Lt..LAL..... --aB~d---41u4lw-r-'-t'+m in~w rytr Trt'"T(i2 T i-- l-" itit In good
0.uLtsey daclare4 -that from aand after market 25 per cent of an average crop don't wias to have to sit ut| rights to anltilh li;t:I(tum,,, it Ohio. trim, Whileo altei'ltcing to hthift the
the shooting of Goebel all of the others this year, and asked the commission, keep certain pretenders frimiii picking 'Thi sp'clile c 111iplalnt:. or Mr. e(tr., ,r if,, inarlhutto on i down'
engaged in the killing conspired to- ers of thO other states what yield they our pockets. W e Invlte all who have Helarst are tilt thti lo.Ia) ctir;,' til.' wAitl t o110 of tht rope) vnap i)edI
gether to clear themselves and throw expected and what had been the extent strayed from the fold to con-'oe back it ronsnable rate:; tht ItICy tJily almost 'reve'tisgll it tand icaitig the
the entire responsibillity of the crime of the damage from cold weather, they so deirelo, but we want them t3> dil. rinlinat' i onfiat)r o. t h b!iturniBiitl ballooilist to tlon lb hIon when with.
Upon him." The replies show that tlh 'e is a stay in after they come. We hyo agaill nt 4i anlthnraltcite oa to4t'.tll.' In 150 f r,(t o)f tlt u ground, lndi the mal
Rcspondting to questions as to nego. pos9sirllity of something like 25 per had -niotgh (if (2Cleveatlnlit I tithe and that ithey hav' nu t trlvoe., >n viol:i, fell, tullni; ov<'r anll ovr v in th' i dho
tiations with lDr. Johnson to kill Goe- cent of an' average crop throughout )Democritlc Iparty. We liat four years tion of tho tibtl-potilini tig sotio of tI Soeintl. 11,, tr ik in ai st tlough
bel, Youtsey said he went to see S:n- theo entire country. In some states of Cleveland, antd after hils didnlnislatra. Intersl ati lowuIntre ltaw. to ator Deboe, and told him Johnson and the crop has been almost wholly do- tion was over w, we foutil ni t0lve wweult. nite tiagilit the i;iul'opetlolut eoal tiI ('l e ,f. t nd tilhis alon privonutoed hhi
others were willing to do it. Sena- stroyed, in others there is only I0 of r than we had ever 1 n bore be he- ig C(omianlis in favor of the comlia)l. ltit altth, On(lt,t rn was brokl
tor Deboe, according to witness, re- 15 per cent promised, while several cause. hiad ben betrayed.. These so- nl foi iitolltl]d b)y tl.lo rallrloitdI. I (1wo |)slaItc two rtils and his nose
piled that enough D)'emoerats were go. expect to get as high as 50 per cent of called harmon.lzers, Cl' t land and bla 'i'l,. commiIalin la i lso Ito cotltMi *lr w Ing to vote with Taylor 'to retain him an average yield. followers, showed their no"iu'ltes to H.e. wht!e h'reI tho old c11" of Ithe co mtil.- m int trnl Injiirl-iI. 'I'The main i
in office anl Iit would not be necessary ATE NOTHING FOR 30 DAYS publicanism by di tsoritng us in outr plmiPt oIf tho Texas C ('att llalte It orH' nitil iv I i ,'lo| to kill Gaeiel. Doboe said it must ATE NOTHING FOR 30 DAYS. hour of greatest ne-ed ittid supporting eolation t nd the C1hi('Clo) l v St has a (hc, for r<- not be donor. Witness went back and the Repulbli--an party. 'Pho Demno. aHmo('ltl(on o agaittnt the ('hiragt lIot-l .-...-.. ...- ..-...
told Johnson what Deboe said. .John- When Confined In Jail Brunswick Man cratlc party won a i:r,'at victory Iln trartorftr- tax which (cais fo.r th ft pay BITTEN BV RADID DO.
son told him not to pay any attention Refused Food. 1892, which gave our .arty a great o1- niiant of $2 P)'r (-ar ftr cattl trth ...a...
to Deboe but to go and see what Gov- Drunswck, Ga.. April 22.-After lI. portunity, hut (rover. C'levenland b- frred trn the t .rtmnlit of tho weto'rn Big St. Bernard Multlatae Little South
eirnor Taylor s aid about it. He went ing for nearly 30 days wIthotit eat. trayo:d the 1Democratir lI rly and I ear. lallroadnr into the Chiy'lilcto 1tiaoctt( olt(
to see Taylor and told him what John- ng a mouthful, B.lley Chan<, the ricd the burden of hbls admrnist-ration yards. At the first hiorltnOg u I.t Carolina GrIt.
Bon said, and Taylor raised no objec- white man who has been ln the couii throtigh two national iciaupaigna and itujoct tthe comnminurion ,orierI,',d a r, N'Nw York. Aprtl 22' -Cl-arat Shafford,
tion to the plan of shooting from the ty jail for lunacy for some time, died there was not a plank in either Dhpt. dtuction of from $2 to $1 pter oar. 8 yi'arm tldi, of I.'iilr r. (,. sald tl
secretary of state's office. Sunday night, form that was h u('h a, de(trinient to '"ltlat rtilling wnt B submilttod to) the U! ti ho hth, ditughtor of a wealthy planter,
Chance was taken out of the jail me In those (camnpaliLgnm tas that bir- ed SItdt ,s sti ,eT tokur-t whilth iit has te br0uiliht to thils city t[o i4
SEVEN PERISHED IN WRECK. Saturday and carried to blhs home by den was. Clov(land hal the hest oil the whole case back to the Intrrtiatut tr ato,,l at the latittr ilatittl, for bhy
the county physician, in the hope that portunity to r-edo(m tih Doenaeratle' conititilrct comlni sfloon for 1m1ro tl dir i'ohto)i Thei pih ytelltyin in charge
Number of Victims In Accident at he might be persuaded to eat, but the party ever offered to nitmy man. aine dento.. of fth Instlltuto refuses to tl ah) i the
Redhouse, N. Y. man still refused to s-wallow a mouth the time of Andrew .Jiltkhson, but I. N ono of the t'aliods were r '. (thri tiai it[lie o ( the gIrl's, father.
Salamanca, N. Y., April 22.-It is ful,. t('ad of being tiue to It party he sentod whln the conmil'tfon icolvtit Sh tIWitd a big it. Iternsard dog, sad
known with practical certainty Chance waa. in jail 18 days and did disgraced hlinms tlf. A a party, we y.. .. .... wias vry rmd of it. About a We
seven persona perished In the not eat, and it is understood that he must stand t.rui to 1I), itoocratic priu. 'FRISCO TRAIN WRECKED. ago thL, dog got tie rathinr and bit 1t
ck on the Erio road at Redhouse refused to eat for several days before ciplo a-1td If wIe udo I believe that I.i 1. ,.I, In a tid nor thie homtOltad
jrday, he was confined. The mamn, it is tin- h.inocratli .victory will .,'one day comte Defective Rail Causes Accident--Three an itl il-in trau to the h)use, l tt
railroad officials, tvA compiled derstood, would never eat anything and II will be hore t or-lainn wil It of Train Crew Killed, ('Hitit woil on the tbak poreh and
of the names of the passengers unless the food was prepared either ,oms. Kanita (C'Ity, April 22. ',snoe-r tho icht thet dlog waH rninng to grfee
escaped uninjured, the name by his mother or himself. "-. Is of hl, high.-it !.'rvice to hio trrinlo No. 1f'3, tno tin. 'rrl'r, My,,)i'', hor, -h1o wont to r telI him atid threw
njured and the name of one 1 Pol e uspoct Fou Play. fellows, who l an gli..thti lKgh,,st ideal. which lift Kan;oM ('City ov I I :10 Ilnt hoer atriosn about hlia. Thie oli( grow'
o iAnd by comparing this vith the Atlantai April 22.o--lClaudnu G. Lovy ThereI hat8 b ltn a lov. ring of t lal t nih foot-r MNrftlhit in-iI tllrttintgb:lt fili il th(nt stlftpltht at thu t gMth. Sheh
rd of the coniliuc'tor ns to the total an 8nta r whoA -,li s at No 8 I ot i" tlui country 'Il y l tal. 'I w1aAt nrl(llIy wrt--I il .itn Ev r-t .) t' t.., frlKtin-te and trttd( to #
ber of Ipasi-''.ers on board the atrfet. foil heth '.oiug at')own a lnt about tactiilig, n they find that s!x are missing flight .f f tai rs at a ,a c. on otth r'n ri--aleum- IhF curs,.- f the ctountI ra t. 7 a ('t (ihlo k ;t t nofto,. ft' ".l h*,"' tu 1ked hoer (lo)wn airol tlt ( ronil both
naccotintt ed for. today, ant).Iit ItAo -0 #'(1 I- '- ih' t, d T l ,1-114 V,.t-.c. a thtt; 0t'5
cbloue that e bodies of Broad str -,t last. nr"ht about 19 n'cri,(l toay, an- i try itht d<,o>;n .-(1 our 11; o.coe htta, it. a Iiil ,in t tot iurnt' s th bark of tho y rh .
ey believe that the bodies of all .dh r i4 A 15 initrlea la<- Ii lte ehla gry' l Th fo ric; n j ('11a to Into ho 'lit hrndt w br'ily I' ,fo.' '', wat r. lo by h1er father.
'e killed have bern found and that rdik i to the i lyi hospi ll W n gatrd the A eriviin sr. y asa on'i agi(' The .t7,1y n ir t, ...... .....
list of fatalities will not exceed ntlte was dying he had llao t "and wh( glivv, c~ ..... for th( t iothlt ith rk wer '. I',. I il cl-t, BULOARIAN REDLR DFrATID,
n. The six unidentified bodies be0n toved down the ltairwy,at we putf noItjlo thl.w .to badlly charr-d that '?cogniltlon the t:oce, believing that a mutirr and tthat oy it r:u- th( ountr:: snd t>-hi. 1 o.' a I.', nems *l -. Thirty S(aIn In Battle with Turke Nea
sible. and they bourd nothing been wnmltted, arrested itt't wLwth a w1t lan hVdwli T i( ia nlt ,t Ily to 'l'T l. fldov)tt.
,could give any clew to their iden- and w' ornaphuio oft thn I ted tat- Ts,.' -od 'ar*: taltnls April ---A -.tihM of ab SfaUll While gaplut for lteath lu tiI are -morie iportant thin mon pat ol wagon. thlu dying man told th ferson act a hlghl.r d, t for s that Ka w9~9s dected by a TurkIAh rfoea r-.t,
D ASH FOR LIBERTY. officer that he had e shoved to tt of worship of n,,', a B--- the otalrway .by litber a man or s lift tiA ottlt ev at'mio.J W O lf ls l ContI i at 1 1pfl, tm2t Tlul ,.r, Ki ,d oit. urkonwre.oAir td,
ote Make -Desperate Attempt at woman. Three arrest were oade. Tht a ut of the atlonth of deapni a ui i o Tu hepW uldetn tppete t 4n (r thoh
SEscape Near WHmIngton. -Th Imorat rt notP the o,0,,)y th), t reform lherne of the 4owe ar. blan
lmnngton, N. C. Apill 22---Twelve Lockout Still in Force, my of ho(n.tly acqUIKrt wehith 1 <'i'ool WIh.r. p ,alta ,l l,;'k. F, twrrorhztdu by the Ahbanlanas. Twt
vlats three whites- and ulnia nero 8h<-nando(h. *Pa. April 22.p-All tb have heard It said that oImocrat. t- BSuott -of the 1u4go W* r wr hhott with revolvsrt
i.t made a deuperate diA h for Ithor. Philadc-!ihia and Reading colteris and -nd I ho1,st. I dly t:.t aa ,in 1kn. Coatrht. Krosan ('ty, pas in the strete of Bwntfrl, As(a Mtior
.eTarly yesterday Ju t as they we. the (atnbritle: and turnace Individutal ad b honest. I deny that Ra toiui s.Tnor One of tn Ws ktllhl.
ving the stockadc at Castein HFayn.s, operation r, .Idle agaItn today. Al 4WaIe A -tan can hayv, money aod .. .. .............. ... i O.-
Smlle from this city. One n r: o far as an te learned, no Dertures he a Democrm-t, but If money b ha~ tim Cah For 'p(anation. terns City'W" Birthday.
^ killed and a white man alt ba he '>"n trade by either eld-.e tiakrds be has to, bm a feiliesan Jeftereoo Moutgo.ory. Ar, --,Arii* I 23,'^ t Rrt< AIr *. -AccweidIng to tram
Sw oh of the wunid settling e h. kut beltved that money ethtl.i4 be #tubsEr raltroau mom ,;ii hai o at receivedd < tlow thl was the Z.)Jf th anti rlvwr'ary
.c Td. Four were aptur. by a --- ---........... tl t the mn, an 4d .Iffr-son wa, t/ti. -)hat 11 .1 rl 0.{ .'. Of the t'ta|4tion r> lre ttrth I
'i j p s ,an at a late hI ur laV O ld Em ployes R einstt db .an e hticat .d tm an. ?Th 'r. are peopIle -r'- ttee ( ttr ta hv#.ritI rt'nr t -u. te .. .
s2L olsrt.:::the-.'4ve. -- +14e ^(-- R--4i t -A14f1-0 tTyiii-cotR oeia r a hav-v re>'oi h ablat . th TOr of KmWO wordved
t ......... vn o urn un,,ed in a has bl:n ,,t:,Id by the lAblchI Con. m ; ; .be ,ratd fo n-ttir of ea ^t^e seamp nuar ti- i.orhea" t branch an. NavPaon company, whlch opera the Iommo ratbblt, Jfrffcsi 5') to WoJ ~,~s.d This wa ;m "Sternal ('tty- a glroetm futr, They
*thSw- "i Fer r t *a(nh's .thrc. dSe rtls un the *Pis'tbe *th the man who was without nfloti, to)e< ttlfom tUh-omy. io C .aat frcu i4to t fortiga
."^ Sae wa- banned d by HI. C. Greek r oony, rt.ninstattilg all of .Rf too Kr'd to ta* k part imte 's -*onnldtcl a !.otatioa of .th.# 1 1 ers who are ht Italy ardo who i'"1! a
*i WhUap wl- wlea stw a. sWnt50Vtfd5 mpfoys whei haive treta Idh4 sha -e titJ. lan not B*, ot w"eosu'h to live in a riI. nt)ith h'tt aae4 r$fie ^to. t 'u i t"op the ft' a t i,
S t roas s for salt- d of th ae land --" t.S. ..#rei" ". not c' t i >nS .fa m tbit tot an flptazat4 (. u l o 4 n.l'e

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____ s part, histqrv ji4stines thisasertlio,
try ay4s Prospet Id IIis i ba session. We
S* re oriwded for room and have had to
Wer Bettr deline miiny applicants. The per-
sn nel of our student body Will oom-
SWORK IN HARIONY pare favoratfy with that of auny school
S; ithae world aind the" quality of -the
orp N Strfe, but, A Are Work- work don& iow ib sapler to thit of
Sto the great End Af education! a palt eOn5aI on
n ntrein ..n. W ha are the propectt lot another
n neresting n :r '
i " "The. State will provide us with C-
cDr. F instry, con idmoatQ is r1 f 1r 'ot less than 500
hos one of the .ost arden" advo student', and Superintendt Gui-
lste o f ednu(atlon l the State, had 1liamn will see that -the dormitory ca-
ntoallahtsae on bineis whih a y i taxca" "
tted JQssl 'l^orida Beinlary, Whh Does either Tallahias&eo or Lake City
,edntlean wasihought yesterday at his y compare favorably with Gainesillo as
anO lowing interview rel- ae olegetown? -
...tiv. to :ege was obbtae" iOn tle patr4itism of the peao-
S*;Whpy the purpose .of your.visit Ple and their jealousy When their
Sto lltahassee^?' scoo1 interest are ihuperiled. Gahnes-
i"Seator,MoCreary, Major Thomas vill, is the ideal college town and
n io myself are a committee Pon Ibegis- completely out~elasses either Tallahus-
alpfroml the liove AssociAtion, ad se o Lake.City."
w ware instructed to go to Tallahas-j Are you satisfied with the prospects?
S i. the Interests of education ii 'Pere4 hy. Our friends in the Sen.-
g eriand the eininary f ni*atic u- ate and Legislatur. are many." The
paric- Governor knows the character of our
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W t th f work an thne people are with us. We
.)it.a tesulc of your are in perfect harmony' with Lake
t Oity, Tallahasaee and Bartow. There
'We found that Sonator McOreary is no'confliot of interests. We are all
d ,A4as and Representatives-. Wt. doing a grand work aud all are satis-
, Rivers and Willard had been ery a happy."..... .
e ; tent in looking out, for the in-. "Was Highly Enjoyed.
.ets o0f our s11hool. In fact Benator "Therecseption last night tqndered to
gQreary has .done all .taP was neces- Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hay by the Earn-
Sto do up tthe resenttime. To- st Workers' Soclety of the Presby-
t,0Wi th Qol., Quihlams ,we co.e terlan church, assisted by the Helping
with representatives of th ade of this church was a pro-
t he sc"ool and weh ao nounbed success in every feature. The
M0g^ t r perfect harmony ..Musi.on this occasion was especially
..e0.purpo6 e of0advancingedu-e
.rI~e tsUp, fadvrnaloainghid Uh- fine and the parties on this program
S1'nterests and promoting higher are to be commended for their efforts.
o'youMfld, any jealousy existing Oey's Kidney Cure
no at ,Ose 0 f"' ......" rkes a ldacys and b/ der rt h.
w. te r,.'xe ept..- a--fr'endlyO .- ..
S hlh srvestO estimate the ; Skrooket" lIIfe OunIxowder.
h'oeah 1oft-tState olleg )tmnatters very Ilttltori the long run
tiaieto excel in the quali~ tothe smallboy whmn,rhow or where
fireworks were first made and of what
ig.4 k 6$ they are made now. But the fact re-
'Do you think the Leglelatire will .mains tlht the despised heathen Chl-
ate liberally to8tate schoole" nose first mado them and used them
ht te present enate and and that civilized communities did not
i m eito rted in .legis.akno._ thmn-u t-Htr-fot*tentt
i t Ti anattu the skyrocket wais first invented
'.)$ ~sion witi my ra _e-oi toward tihe close of the ninth century
lou s ib wi" y r.co- -and at that time was used, so It is said,
po Tey are aagnlt body in India and China in war. That was
Stoeenati.ft~ve nmon.. I also flid iogg before the Invention of gunpow-
h t0+inte familiar with the noods of '
$l4.itiOe al tate sChools ad 1the di ---- .
00 ee0n0011 tt 6 'r actual O r nanmental Jade.
+:eah o'f tt) .. ''tin Tho Chinese ihave cut Ja(de for ages,
ilenclftlned.t .0 4. ,t hia btut ever ornanmetted It except by
S...l hs sculpture. When it was ilttrodiced in-
A r.to build up our educational to India, the native Jewelers, with their
Alti0ons, So I thirik there is no qulitk ey for color, at once saw what
ibut .that each of tJhe State a perfect ground It afforded for mount-
ti. will be provided with such Inug preolous stones, and they were the
ndi -as their requirements demand." first to lucrust them on Jade. Tl lu-
"WEat about the State University dia useulm in London possesses the
t,, choicest speclmiins of this work known
b;it seems to be pretty generally of the best mlogul period.
0oneded that the Agricultural Col- Know What H, Wanted.
le~ Wfll be permitted to. change its "Can I show you anything?" asked
ie..I There is a strong and growing the young man behind the counter at
ee tment for the establlithment of a the hat store..
4tirt'ty otf Florlda". In view "I guess sop" said tie young man
4hS' who had dropped In. "I Want one of
*1 the fct that the 8tate how owns a those disap pelt*Ig hats you wear
0ba0t6a.l traot of latid with imposing when you a a to the-opera. Got any?"
buiiings and adequate equipment at -Chicago Tribune.
Lake Pity, the property value of whblh
ilperhapt rea0h. $2000,0; ad ,thit H liHair Not Grary.
I Agrou~ltural Ooilege hasa flxedni "Young nman." said the tRev. Good-
,MhAWt :Q,.n A,, nap a an, "some day you'll. brng your fa-

ad erof a

j to the gres
1~ tate Unive
"Will this l
F.'S. or the F
"It will nol
his i4ts espec
The Zast Flo,
I as to 1

b eYerlastl
w|aing gil

sD you v
o 1?" .
'"Major The
',fthe 8.tate Col
'the Agriult
Otty. We- w
llboth. Ceri

t 3dn eY Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambiti6n; beauty, vigor
Sand cheerfulness soon
Disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.
-- Kidney trouble has
become co prevalent
.thit ItIsn int coommon
for a child to be tforn
affitcted with weak kid-.
neys. If the child iT'
-W" ates toa oufit. u toe
rt # a.a tte Pt i r t t..wben tbo child
iSlOftO o i.o bOthcnlV)d te able to
<-not0l Whe pa % tt is yet affl'!e 4r.-
DeWettn*, aouDa upox W. MA calom .4
'hb ats.5 itv tais titn y troubis, ardtmu iv-'
'fltv atu. l bt towards tthe trea"rmet a
1hev Itrwartxwant or*ans Thi mnpieacsti$
troftisC l due to a diseasedi <;erindtti.n of t.he
kidney u d bladder aao not to a habit as
ntost people .uppsae.
Women ar weli as ir man are mad mnte
erable with. kidney and bthdder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and thea immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It ti sold
by druggists. In fifty-
Cent and one dollar '
sizes. You may have a U
sample bottle by -mail
free, also pamphlet tell- fltomo of Bwawaurpoot.
ing all about .it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this pape't.
Don't make any mistake,but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y.. on every bottle.

Represernting a number of prominent
American and Engrllsh companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
(let an abstract of title to land before
buying. After inaying the purchase
money there Is often o redress for tax
saies uanid unanceled iuortgageO.

anhatta. "A"' Ty r
NOT IN 'rTil,,' usT,
Giarantced for one year. Sold on
nthorlily pa. melnts at a slight ad-
vatii'O to responsible parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
vat10ou4 nmachines.
E. E. VYoyle,
Galnesvllle, Florida.

It. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

Presh Every Day.
Delivered to All Parts of City.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Special attention to Ctrouses, Minstrels
andi other travelner troupes,
Hunting Parties, etc.

P. 0. Box M,42

- Onlnesvllle. Fln



We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, LifCe, Accident and Health Insuralnce.

-- Agents for the---

Vietor Safe and Lock Company ,
Ci oin- ti., O1h.io_ -
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the p.lrchiase of a safe, or anything in hat, line),
front a box to a !>ank vault, will say'v money
by con-sul im ii us. Call on or address,

Information 1ce13rfuly furnishedl. (A I NESVIILE, PLORIDA


-TI^I-' S-T^-. LISGT .

Jacksopnville an Nexv York,
Calling at CjI AR LESI'O )thI ways.
Th a Fnaest Rtamhs,, .. .

appropriation thers g ray' bhairs in sorrow .,to the -- ----- d tastwise rvice
.prepriatoomi, iew j.y iI ai. t wo tlti ,r Lines
other school can expect o Odanger." replied young akely. a i ltl 1U
islature or the people t hasn't any. Worrying about me's Direct Service Between JACK1ON Vn oi TO
at expense of establlahiug made him bald."-Cathollc Standard PROVIDENCE, and V11 Easie1rn 1,oin
rsmlty at any otier plce." and Times.1111111 Calling at Charlslon both w.
legislation etlffeet the E. ..... -- VU S I-'VX~ 4EDRllK -LY n I.
lornda State College?" wjat She Ddn't sa. RAILROAD. Southbound............ ......o ha, st
t soallhof tleso schools Manf u .i (to i lOasltve, who has h.lbeen RTNorthbound................. From i-")Ot f wathorin, st., JakBos tonvil
lta sahr of thuseulnooss lunchuig with a little froieml)-l hope VERY LOW RATES on -oo-rn..,Jckonvi
idal sphere of usefulness. u wr y it, Flose. at the tilE
rida 8eminaryhas such-a (lt l a aId Ye., p la ,'e." nud "No. Cly e St o
tave lixed itself firmly in thank you" WEST, NORTHWEST Cetw de St. JOhno River Line
-f h people -td .arned F'k Y-WiU ddta -tn Between JCACAfONvit-I.. m; ,rn | -AN Op.)
o poplndearnd loss-Wll, didn'tsay "No, thank and CALIFORNIA Stopping t Palatka, Astor, St. Frai. d intermediate
ig grati tde of the State you. Com<-nclug February 16th, 'ld- Landings on Si., i termediate
vefl io t-la ore aU ooatful e Ss a April 80th. Steamer gITY OF JA N VTLbLE
--iotrim p i n-- Is appind t sailO aC I- ,).
tate educational itstitu' nw y ys can you serve Free ChairCars, Union ,ave Jacksonville 3: ,. m ), t tdNv..
a Imellh less expense o "Thre uum Daepots, Trains. Leaves Sanford 0:30 a. m. Mondays. .ednc.a nd Firsdays.
y"oWhat are they For rull Inforuation, pamphlets. rates Southboun. SC( [I L. Northond
S ny of othr tat done, rare and raw."- bhlcago a t. a Leave 8:0 pm .... ............Jackonvil
.... ..FRED D. MILLER.lat-1%.a..k... Arrive :0 aml
Cliole. ________ FRED D. MILLER. A 8:. .............. ......Pa ...rIve I.....
.tma1 avnd I visited both t troiwn bkldg. Atln 8:0 a ......... Astor .... ........ Lave 8:00. pr
loge at Tsa! .^ ald El .x..aN. ... 41.. 1 ............... A.o. ..'r .i ...........2..'... a :.pt
lg Richard allaht nd ard .ducted pt people often ....r and)
ural College at Lake A ie.. ..h Sann. 12:00 *r
yere much pleased with.- Robert-That 1 so. Our ww maid AN DER SOmN RAMf rT FICF rn'
tainly, Floridipans have kow a that ash t a better cook tha0-n ME N ..... ... . . ..
.. .. .. 7.. f. General O I l. JMR .. A lt I *r. ".-*-.. *
t,,p You- -k tke. Qseicklyt ,said -a i oerdtar4 oWaii-ms AU I r .r

ker o duat-io provi bylkPlycurs.s oritthomrn ft,,,trlell ,mfa,' t.li e. .
G--n-d" A.' C. H AGERsr. Cea Easin tc y 0'- Sea rk c syu.14..J

*:,:.1 ,,, t th .T l... ., Tit _pec.a, ty.. :.:.---..... . ;. -
.f^ [Ipctor ord c rt C ist h^ ^ 'All w ork gi T > e i n '. ~,.,
lwitl the $ireoutltigatj*1 Tariffk ms a. 1

lckt a icure Lo arehot"u**tw* .Tnr1 Iiiihi' SUN, I e. a Igcj
.6 jjj or*T
si mv':"4 noSW 0 re.4.
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.... Sarasta .l -t. .... .. . ..- I lpi 00
r W gton............... .... a col..a..................... .. ..
6 oAr n.nections for Pa o, Manae...e...., O.o and Sarasota, on 31, x) t
Saturday, from Gainisv....... ..... .I- I Ci .................
TampaJackonvilleand New York via Richmond and Washing..1o...... ....
Ar ni i'oi, V ....... 35. 3 0 2p1 ........ Aint......................

bConneed day coaches for Pbetweeai Jaieksto, Mannillo and Washington, via Rasota, mond. ('aft
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room P..ll.ansleepers b

dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, beggagp and express ears )e-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be.
tween Jacksonvillo and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannoee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullmana sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville
SteamerI for Key WVest and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDpONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fl.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


eShow That ri
# Blood is a Swift

Inne's Celery


apluar Spring Medicise, Is the
ly Reliable Blood Purifier.
be springtime deaths from
-uric acid in the bloodr-are
ip. This malignant. poison.
|hould be expelled by the kid-
is diffused through the blood,
en allowed to remain in the.
| proles fatal.- Thousands of
women around us ..are now
from kidney-poisoned blood.
.ierve force, failure of appetite,
constipation, pains in the back
dand depressions of spirits, in-
't uric acid is doing its ter-
a condition in springtime,
-tit one sure, tried and never-
Inedy. It is Paine's Celery
d, which promptly restores
eys to health and enables
perform their functions.
kidneys in proper condition,
hnot remain the slightest trace
iod in the blood. Mr. A. U.
Sof Cincinnati, 0., writes as
about his wonderful cure:
arch, 1902, I was dangerously
;my condition became so alarm-
t my family called in a special-
nfer with our family doctor.
old that my kidneys were in a
4d condition, and as a conse-
(. my blood was charged with
jd. I was also suffering from
atism in back and arms. Get-
3 positive good from the doe-
t,friend advised me to make use
te's Celery Compound. The use
first bottle seemzid to produce
1 effects, and after I had used
tiles I was strong and well. To-
iyblood is pure iad clean, appe-
0arty, I sleep well, and am gain-
flesh and strength every day.
d Celery Compound saved my
d I thank God for it. I always
end it to sick people."


0f Caynnr's Dondsmen Has Been
Practically Abandoned.
Iharrion.io, N, Y., A l'prl 22.-
I co)u.-c] for J. F. Gaynor ap-
d bt-fc're United States Judge
,e W. h.y, at NorWich, he praac
y abandoned the "show cause"
edings hr .iuht o(n behalf of Gay.
o restrain a mnaishal. from levy.
in and selling the property of
ar Mayor Kirk, of Syracuse, wiho
n Gaynor's bond,
nor's ('cn irel has brought an.
action to have the execution
t Kirk eet aside. O'a 'May 16
plication will be made befOti
fRay for an injunction in that
traIning the marshal from pro
; on the execAtion until thil
.tion, Is tx4,| united States
.: ~behalf of the

|8oe will usual-
'nuance always
Utroud, Mid-
|l:1859, writes;
p-la our f(Auiiy
aid it the best
er-used for la
and malaria."

I ber ( o u thoi .i
ibta'on n. A n o
i'r"bty Tode Dunn anJ
nD rInto atmnr..
0in from Convicts.
,Ala., Aprilu.. 2.--Ts
[ In, ha turned la r'
371 as tlhe r .
onth of March for the
S There has rot b )ne
amoBg the I mvltaJ
e tok harge of thelt

but.ota to tnf bwtokedn'

taranteed ayive for sres.,
"it suffered with an ugly

St- 1a all da'rsto.w,-
I "-- I'
( 'I\ ,, ,.

. m .Watery
New Yort Aprl 22.--Manor Tuck.
or., i StW. eiard dog whose weight it
204 pound#, and who, i said to be the
10rgesAt dog In .l'ew Jersey, yesterday
saved a 6-year-old boy from drowntng
in the Mep pool of Second river be.
teen 'iloOmftelj and Watsessing.
The ,boy, witi several companions
was playing on the bank of the streak.
when the bank gave way and he was
precipitated Into'the water. He could
not swim, and, his frightened company.
Ions ran away. The dog saw the boy
struggling In the water and dashing
into the pool seized him by the col.
lar 8ad brought him safely to shore.
Aa to Vand!rbili's Marriage.
London, April 22.-Heery \V/htt,
areci(-fary of the United States embas-
sy and brothc.-In-law of Mrs. Lewis M.
Ru'harfor,. wvl.o, it has been reported,
la to marry WilP.amn K. Vanderbilt,
sa3,ys o weJdin.g i. to take place at his
hbose tomorrow, and, so far as he
knows, M,:s. RutTerford is not even
eng3yed to Mr. Vanderbilt. Mr. White_
has heard absolutely no mention of
their wedding. Both of the parties Is
the alleged engagement are out of
England and neither the UTn:tcd States
embassy nor Mr. White's house has
been placed nt the disposal of any par,
ties contemnplating marriage and no re-.
quest for 'the ue- of' either the emhas,
sy or Mr. 'bite's rcsldence for a mar-
rlimge cerc'r.ony has been made.

In the House of Commons.
London, April 2":-The house o
commons *r-reaembled today with s
small attendance. Premier Balfout
said no arrangement had yet been
completed for the ca-operation of Brit,
sah finanelcrs in the construction of
the Eagdad ;'alroad, Under foreign
Secretary Cranborn Informed the quest,
tioner that Ps negotiations were still
pen(n.tlt o.t Washington reglardlkg the',
Iprecise tern'sa of the reference of thea
mattirs in dispute between Yiene.ulan
fnfl the pWers to The Hague tribu-
nal, th o ~ e Vinart could not make
any sta~ ?t nt on the subject.
murderer Saved From Mob.
Nashville, n., Aprl 22--Henry
Scri-uns, a i '.c,.o, o.f Franklin, Tenn.,
chitr,,.' I wU!th nmtrd(O.ng Simon Juones,
another i '.:o r 'ear Fraullin Saturday,
had- a -nnrrow cInpe from a ifl' oF
1ih: own c'- lal t niht. Sheriff Tuck.
er. of \ XV 'la'mson, learned yesterday
afteri;'.oo, t "a.t aminob was rapidly form
Ing.; (:rv tlo 'rlipi so of.t~ nllchinlg Seruggs
an] the nec'o was rs:c-otly removed
' 1-s rl\.t I) the jail in Nashvllle-4o- tt
murd eir o'f Joncs i Paid to have beer.
a 1::cot brutal one.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
"For-ten years I had chronic bron-
chitis so bad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
Joseph Coffman, of Montuorenci, Ind.
"I tried all remedies available, but
with no success. Fortunately my em-
ployer suggested that I try Foley's
Honey and Tar. Its effect was almost
miraculous, and Iam now oured of the
disease. Oni my reeommtn ndation many
people have used Foley'. Honey and
ar and always with s atisfaction."
Sold by W. Wtalloce's drug stores,

Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will find.

it te their interest to communi-


A Pleasant Lemon Tonic
For biliousness, constipation and appendicitis. For indigestion, sick and
nervous headache. F'or sleeplessness, nervousness and heart allure.
For fever oehills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Moxley a Lemon Elixir is prepared from the fresh uice of lemons,oom-
binod with otlhr vegetable liver tonics, and will not fail you in any of the
above-named diseases. 50 conts and'$1.00 bottles at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H.. Moley, Atlanta, G6,

I fully endorse it for nervous prostration, headache, indigestion and con-
stipation, having used it with moses satiefaetory result., aftter'tallother rene-
dies had faied-- J. W. ROLLO.
West End, Atlanta, Ga.

Mozley's DLnmon Hot Drops
Cures all coughs, colds, hoarseness, sore throat, bronchitis, hemorr
and all throat and lung diseases. Elegant and r-oI l,.
24 cents at druggists. Prepared only by lit. l. M1AIzaty, Atlanta, Ga.


That Charming


Is I0plainly shown when you con-
sult us about those Dres Goods.
In fact, here yo man ml.iuster the
touch of individuality as at no
other hio is.
VWe nar iown at the height of tho
season. All th1) different clotihi
for Spritg and Sulunier wear-tho
uhoi'cest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white good are here, r'e-
venling 1 n' l iasor toucht of indi-
vidualhly whiihl comes from tih
petrsoiaml suggetstioii anu dirt !ioiis
of our Iuyers.
Are noiw at their best. and you
should not fail to sw the Imany
.antidsome patterns now on display.




*-I- -.. '-- -
I'in Il eI or .r .lt4 !lt(rg4y ot N%iitll Qu IJiutill ts.
ton, S. Co LOT-
to, C. ce _______ Advance made. Warhous charge's i '. Firim tjfT't
S........-- ....... . ...... .......... ...--- .i i by l ttor o r w il',, ( ,:rr, poi l-


Makes o* i-ecllty t r o
Compounding Prescriptions
as they should b .
..- '. --- .

Fre5h Stock of. DRU S,
Fal n I.. Pstent,1eileine, FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
... ..... ....EST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL

The Florida DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors

Frtlit aud Truck Grower. l
O yar .... ...... . 8 M IGH NT &
ige cfr e .... 10 J h laIl | e r asad Jo.bltFic l Ii

devoted espcly to s p anth ancy Grocernie
A leial trial .uwrir tin of alx l, rdS rsK $ i e, F.I.zr.
. t. "Wp, T I- -. 8 1 A ', V144I I 94 R#D
L. 5. 3V pIII, Oess, Fs. opo* I ,Io5 v for (


&;.;, A

Dress whil and keen ool^ th^,
our latest patterns in Negiget
shirt, Summer .Miry Sum
Ties and Hlat. A new luitofl
light weight clothes, no matter
what shade, ia the thing for this
time of year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1.50 goods the
world over. ,They are cool and
Fine Shoes
For ladlesoand ge nts, and prices
that catch the purse. Our goods
arc seasonable.

'rio Outnitter.
i 1 1 1 11. 11 1 1. 1 1 1 i i iii n iii 11 1 111 1 i

Gainesville Machine Works
(11n z t tuv imil .rt.aighl0t0 whole' length .
of H f-tltutg sitd Pid ;Outtn .
up to 12 lreheg.

P.HII.WESTGAARD,Prop.a-ngo 1
,J.. I t I 0,1 ,. l ,o J Watii! ,Nm .<

Tit I UCtSS IC! (tl.,
KMeftustturen ( or ..
Me'rr. < 4 10i1w 4*' to)r Ws&tPS ot< t u
IfSIo ifm W Hi ftt a lot 44Y. O nriew I 4y r ,
NAr" othowwVl d will.mof vo vL a .,.

KO01AKS and

Jutst r^4,|iv4d an KlS rttnf t )EIh41t-


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SlSTAlLal8t 18868

Alaclua Coun1ty :

Abstract Col

B. R. COLSON, Manager,

The ,l 1,citlou of 'it'itl a
' lrtsl co .hlt'r'atlon fbr the I

T Abstract of Title A
S'lo any 'Ithee or land Iin
SAlaehbu t'o.t frnld d

TAXEN rI A IIt 'Eslt I )d
AN1 PA 11

And tnl mittml'rw 'icon.ro-
Ihng tlhe rled4Olmpltion of Iin.
Vranie(le'td tax ertllleates
atiltetile tii prlUi' ptly.

L .


Jacksonvtilie'o Finest

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0t0 Post Oase atI ineCrviple f4I
sas Ip 1 ateer'
410M9"AR', idteor and ProP'r. -
ESSE E. BUIRItTZ, City Editor
W pll.M 3I4W a'Se3r, S. TLapnroTri4a*
I' DL.' r ST.N, publbs every morning el-
io4ndv, delivered by carrier in the elbAy
t4 to ally parn Of thoeUltted s~'tPtea,poN.
frei0, for #4 a year; S2,60 six months: :1,25
e nontbs;p or 50- oents for. five weekr-
lyttvuce. .
aiftr notusits l 16a. column, 10 cents a
wit frlt lnsertfoa, and 5 cents for ech ad-
i I 0in.sertiuo. .
F ase'tis for d lopiay a ng-rtts made, known

'Ww 'PW-a-wek Bun Is an elgbt-lpae.,
fo: t $ olatue epper. publthd every Mon-
f 4 hFi+ur day, l 2 h .contatina ; ll t,* e
a i of the, week, local. state and sfint-
*le i Isad wUlbe dialed, postage Irpe. to any
o~o te ,Unite State*i or Canada. for $S.WI0

Agt slg ball'beome due a-ter first'
S t e ot adverteinent. unless otlerwijo
tilted in ocnt-tact. Parties not kIown to.
0rillequired, to pai for adverttaslne4n 4-
Ad0. drtu ,s *'RHEDAILY $TIN,

Senator Kirk has introduced a bill
lJ~ih' seeks to avoid the trouble: which
pllbeen experienced itn the past be,-
of the delay in having printed
"'!"d circulated the acts of the Legis-

tits'M ty judges and justices of the
e* "hjve frequently been' hampered.
Ste diautied of6 their office because of
being able to secure the printed
the. Legislature until months.
1they have become laws, There
1 WAy'1s been delay of several
tib oflreTulating the books con-#
$htng te of the Logislature, and
Shave been received the Jus,-
....t ounjtyiudges have geoped

F ito Kirk's bill seeki to have
iSh in one per in each county
tateA the laws passed by the
i t|re,. as soon as they become
SAsi"de from having the 'laws
lid 'als boh as Athey are enacit-
hA& sIgned by tho Governor, there
r great advantage. It gives
$jig pgpital Flotld p tt yporttTATO-
otl s Olhy atid' rifadIng' the lawqi with-
t > urchafising the book containing
:1't0e .'0' It'isNthe oIly wiy, inn whiUh
1th laws of the State ean be pinced bo-
j ore the people of Florida in a coma
`f4 hteinvel[enle,e aid n tlithe bill ought
t0 become a law
Oii,:'f course those who oppose it will
rgue. that it will cost the Stat enoniy,.
A4 a'matter of t0orrsae the papers will
jbepaid for ipubliflsing thMase liw at
regular space rate, but the cost in
ioeach county will be but meagre when
Compared with the gool that It will
t acompilsh. The people ofpond motey
to-have the laws enacted and they
flhould be posted whon these laws have
lbelen made. There is no argument to
ibeued with weight against thia bill|
s'ithould meet with the approval of
t.:the people in all parts of the State,
F 'iand thlereris no doubt that it will re-
oeive the sanotion of a large majority
of them.

"-;' The Pullman Company has been
ol bliged from time to time to defend a
1 variety of law suits, but-the latest is
unusual and has 'lieen provocative
ore of amusement than anything
eles, because it is considered frivo.-
Slous. The plaintiffs (hi a Mrs. Seth Hlar-
M ris, whose husband. is an insurance
Agent. She asks for $1,900.09 damages
||F bekuase she had to ride in a sleeper
from Nashvillo to Memphis occupied
1'by members of tho 'eMiitseeo Legis-
4. lature o; that they were boisterous,

i nJmade the nigLht htdbous and indulged
itn'ulgar languageo.-Metropulis.

F, : Professor Clarke of Chicago an-
F),-nounoes that lhe can make wing-A grow
P by the aid of chemicals. I this be
t :itrue this chemical would no doubt flnd
Sta ready sabi in the (iiteptville. market,
U (r that will be the only chance some
of t.us will likely evor have .to wear

The recent killing in a ]lirminghamln
Saloon tends to emiphasise Governor
Jelks' roferenoe and remarks on the
Spltol-toting habit i.n hid recent eina-
Sage to the Logislat ure of Alalbma.
S itoBtFters a should receive the fullest
extent of a heavy lIw.

F We shall no, longer worry about
w 1ether HIen r._YoutWerxMAA
I'iin onnection with the GOe-
F F4 ," ser s ..e Atlanta t.Const -
F'*. deserves a lifem term for
l1am?* '

la.tu 're: al of whom are X

choice of preidental "ndidates for
1004. Every ineumber of both house.,
with the exception of three, expressed
themselves in favor of Senator Glor
man, of Marylarid, and thse three an.
nouneed themselves for Judge Parker,
of New York.
This does hot, of "course, settle the
matter by any moan', but it is Jut
one of those :ptraws' in the political
wind that carries with it some signifl-
'cainee More. than ordinary interest
attlahes to it, too. because it isa the
first straw vote so far announced in
connection with the next national cam-
In the same coulnection, Senator
Gorman's return to (its old position of
Democratic leader in the Senate is not.
without poltical significance. In this
was shown the confidence which the
leading men of his party have in him;
while the Virginia incident adds to it,
to an extent, the endorsement of the
rank and Ol e.
Furthermore, there is no less signifl-
oance in the fact that the press of both
partiesseems disposed to regard Sen-
ator Gorsman's reappearance In politios
as being full of meaning, not to say
coupled with hope for his party. The
way in which the opposition papers
have turned their batteries on him
would seem to indicate, also, that they
are disposed to regard him as the one
figure in the Democratic party that
need to be reckoned with just now.
All this is encouraging in one re-
spect, at least; it demonstrates very
clearly that the party will not lack for
leaders when the time comes. It is
too early to speak' with aiy degree of
certainty about the next nomination,
but everything indicates that the party
recognizes ip Senator Gorman a power-
ful leader, whether his name heads the
ticket, or whether his hand is at
the helmi in the next campaign.
That he is the peer of any man in the
1Senate has been often demonstrated ;
that he is a great political general is
also acknowledged; that Ih has the
contidcnce of the eastern wing of his
party is admitted; that he can carry
Maryland and scare the Republicans
true; that ho is a loyal party man has
been proven.
There are abundant reasons, there-
fore, why Mr. Gorman's nameine
figures conspicuously in all the cat.lou-
latiolis for 1004. lHe is, undoubtedly,
one of the most important factors to
be reckoned with.-Constitutioin.

Johnny Piorpol t Morgan celebrated
his sixty-sixth birthday last Friday,
J1 0 isa mipposed, iaggregating hIis wealth,
to have tmadeu a couple of million dol-
lars every year of his life--and still lie
is scrambling for more.

"Democrats ooeem to bo able to got
together at last on Thomas Jeff rsoni
and Andrew Jackson," remarks an ex-
change. But they draw the lino as
tight as ever on coming together on
living Demoorats.

The W. C. T. U. will orect a $3.000
Ice water fountain at the St. Louis ex-
position. The expansiveness of the
thing may induce many people to
drink the stuff out of curiosity.-Con-
Deafness Cannot Boe Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reaoh the disoasid portion of tihe ear.
Thero is only one wity to cure deaf-
ness, Iand that is by constitutionlal
reinedies. )Deaflness is camusetd by (in
hiflnumled conditions of the nimucoust
lining of the Eultacuihthi ,Tube. When
this ti ube is illhimed you have a rtlin-

bling sound or imuperfect hearing, and
when it is tntiroly closed, deafness is
the result, and iunll s thi inhlamuna-
tioln es bo taken out and thlii tulbe re-
stored to it u norsmul condition, i(n rinpF
Swill be destroyed forever. Nite nsti
out of. tenl are caused bIy cttitfrrls,
whioh is nothing but ,a inlanmed con-
ditio~ nf t-thlhue lM outs services.
V We will give O, -inImdrmd l)ollarm
for nI oase of deafnless (cnIths( by
eatarril) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Core. Senld for eiri-
lar, free.
F.. J. .CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.'
Sold by druggists, 75e.
i[all i Family Pills tre the best.
Aged Neoro- Hurled to Death.
Abbeville S C.. April 22.---About 2
ntles thia aide of lodttes in Oreonwoo.
(otinity, tht pai center train on the
Southern knocked Ike IFtward, a ese-
gro froyn the tiack, killing him in-
stantly. Iwirards was nearly 90 year.
track after he. head the whistle. Both
u a 1 s4 bh hp wre abrtrwtt.
S':' M ik~ il : t '* J te

Order o.4 r tohe16 e e of. the

bassee bears the following ..
'Due notice of the proposed three-
cent-per-mile rate for passenger fares
for the Louisvilli and Nashville Rail-
road Company in Florida, having been
given to' said railroad company, and
said Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Company being represented by W. A.
li0un t, Esq., and heard on the subject,'
and the commissioners being duly ad-
vised in the premises;
It is hereby ordered, that the full
rate tO be charged by the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad Company for
the transportation of passengers over
its lines in the Statue of Florida shall
be three cents per mile, and the half-
rate shall be one and a half cents per
mile for each passenger.
" It is further ordered, that children
under five years of age, when traveling
with parents .or guardians, shall be
carried free, and those between the
ages of five and twelve shall be charged
half fare.
It is further ordered, that the Louis-
ville and Nashville Railroad Company
shall operate the above rates on its
'lines in Florida from and after May
1st, 1903. _____
A Physician Writes.
"I am desirous of knowing if the
profession can.obtain Herbine in bulk
for prescribing purposes? It has been
of great use to me in treating cases of
dyspepsia brought on by excesses or
overwork. I have never known it to
fail in restoring the organs affected, to
their healit fui activity." 50e bottle
at Johni. a. Iros.
Edward Sails For Naples.
Valotta, April 22;--The royal yacht
Victoria an;d Albert with King Edward
on board atiled for Naples today, es.
corted by the whole British Medlter-
ranean fleet. As the yacht steamed
out of the harbor she was saluted 'by
the guns of the forts and cheered by
thousands of people who .lined the see
front to bid her farewell.

Your Liver
Will be roused to its natural duties
iand yOtr billouisnest;, headache and
conetlpation be cured If you take

Sold by all drugglats. 25 cents.


are the most fatal of ali dis-

UF L ` 10 Suaralteli Romadi

or money refiunded. Contain
remedies recognized b eni-
nent physicians as the st fo
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRIR S06. asd $1.4 .

Summer Law School
tn VIrlnalt montalns, 84th 81in r. I ,y I r
lmteie" ,W1 MIUsi for xelninner, for i-iil i ,
thel tar, atid for ratltolter is w lie fate h Ie kt i.kt ,
lueslih iliruettloa. lor at~nltijU, h h, iuldrcel
O(. MiN SR, 4eearetCr$, ('h irl)ltewilel, Va.

I ADICS Write to MRS. A. C.
LADIES! WENDT, care of Edgar
& CO., Jacksonville, Fla., for circular
describing the VICTORIA PROTECT-
OR, or send $i.00 and waist measure.
Spleeial terms to lady agents.





Will stop your rent and buy
you a home. For informational
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Florida Eas t Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April 11, 1903!
No. 99 N.29 STATIONS. No. 90 No.78
Daily. Daily. I Daily. Pally.
S 6 00p 40aLv ............. Jacksonville ............. r 7 1 a 7 80 p
5 o03) 948a...............So.. 8 Jacksonvile.............. 07a 7
00 l 0 p 10 .Sa.................St.Augustlne................... OOa 0 VO
0 aG p 1128a ............. .......... a t ngs .......... ..... 14 a p 1
S < 7 11 4a ......... Pala a ..................... 4 8a
5 1 p Ar.............. ...Palatka................... Lv 4 a 00P
4 1 l a Lv................... Palatka ....................Ar 2 5a 58 I'
S p........ ............... saa 4 Mateo.................Lv
....Lv .............. an Mateo .................. Ar 0 80
S17 67 p 1 p Lv.................. Neoga ......... ..........Lv 4 0a 4 4 p
S13 1 3 .................... Bunnell.................... Ooa 4 Sip 2
Sto8W 20) 13 l44P.................... Dupont...................... 9 a o 4 40p
I I. 8 6Sp a I 1 p .................. Ormond..................... 8 2)a 8 B 'p
44( 9 03p 1ep .................. D(yona k.................... 17 4a if
S1 .................. PortOrange ..................... 8 8 0
S60 0 p ..................N iy.re&...............
z, ,-........ ..... 2OakP .ill........... ..... ..... 14a 2 48 p to
O66 P ................... TItusvilo................. 1 84 a
S1 8 P 2 p ........... ....... coa ....................... 12 5 a 1 iS P 0-
1> 0.l ) 3 p .................... Rookled o .................... 1 48a 1 83p
2 5 .................... BaiuGal ........... ......... IJ a 1p 0
.Id 12 25a 113p ......................Melbourne................... 120 12 4p 0t 0
(0 1 00a 4 63. .. ........ Sebastian ............. .....I. O i 1
S4 5 ....43 ................. St. L10Ic................p, 1 I 27 a
2 1 5 ....... .... ..... ... Ft. Pierce ............... ... 10 05p SOa
O G .189a 1 P p ......................Tibbals ..................... 38 p l 7) 6 a 7 a
1 2' 48 f 161 .......................Eden................... ..... ....
% 249a 6 21p .............. ... Jenifei...................... 2-)p 10 48
< t 59, a 6 30 p ..................... Stuart............... 9 14 p -1 .AQA ,
a ...... .............. -. .-: a
7 .-. ; .-.:: .: West Jupiter.'. ..: .. .p 9 a
2- 0 Sfn 7 1B l................WeVat Palm i lB eih ................ 7I p 9 25a &a p
S 4 iS 8 lop ......................B ,yn tonl ....... .... 71.. p 9 0 a
'U. 3 6 01 a 8 1~ ...................... ])olray...................... 7 03p 8 0 a
13. 0 1 : a 0 9 ............... Ft. Lamte dathli................... 03 8 (3a
0 0( 2.3 a 26 p .................. I llandiale.................... 8 331, 7 45 a
6 C f) 1 9 40 1 ................... Lemon City ................... 5 13 7 3 a .i
7 ) n 65 Ar .... .. .. ...... .. ln i ...................'L' SCOp 7 a
o TATIONS. No. 21 No. 4
7 0 a LV ........O. i vil ......... Ar 1 20
7 1,4 a Lv ............ m.... m .........A" 107 p -t 3op tO 'ri- .;..tiY rn, .Ar.l 0p 7 10,
8 ::3 It l.v....... e n....(:.......... r 11 i a 1 It I l' lv IAl-..] on Ai"23 6 ,p 6 O :O
8 55 a i, v ....... ,nterprlo .........Ar it 80 l i 5 23 i :(.t n I. v o :1 1. (' v i p
.:.) a Ar ... . ,rfrt d ..... .. v It nO l 0't 11 "1 t, \ < F' 5 o J p 5
No.23 No. 21 I l fNo.17 ----
Iunday Saunay I DAily AYPORrT BRANOH. .. 80 No
ony.o1y. l onlylxS1 1 Iy. o.ly
I 10 S 0 3 p 8 1no8d1v. ...... ~ i O .. : .-.
2 t0 10 18 a 6 0, .. : 8 li .; ii S5
3 10p l 6 a 0 S 1> 0 It a [,v ..... A ,lan l;.,-i,.i ..... ,. ", .) .1r, a "
O 110.p a 7 0 p1 98 ,..A..A...... ..lartypi ,rt.. ........ 1....... 'p.,, ,t .. |8
Those TiTme 'Tn1Ale shcw tho timhot at I whi<.h tol- i'Imf t t) ar' i vo al, d (i-fepart "
from the several stathlon), hut their arrival or ( lii.rti -r mt. i' .., -' u n g u ranI teed ".
nor does the Company hold ltsel( respoolnablo f any dleoy : u ,le ar 'sng ther

In Effect April 16, 190 3.
LvMlamlstun.,Thur. ................. 8 on nI l.v avant I .
Ar Ky Wt un.Thr............0 i ".................. 3 0 0
IL Key Weast Sun., 'hur................. 10 So) V I. 1 2 w0..... .r..
Ar a van:L Mon., r..i.................... 7 ............. 80
For copy of Local Time Card or other r: : ,, n
J. D. RAjHNR, Ast. Gen. Pass. A. nt., CUSTIN L .

LTC. 1 I E, FL ..








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To be tired out from hard work or bodily ,ff
exercise is natural and rest is the remedy, but ,
there is an exhaustion without physical exer- "
tion and a. tired, never-rested feeling--a weari-
ness without work that is unnatural and shows.
some serious disorder is threatening the health, 6ne of the chiefscatA Aof
that "Always-tired, never-rested condition" is impure blood and bad ci
lation. Unless the body.is nourished with rich, purt blood there is lack, f
nervous force, the -mus- poover fou years I sufferepdwith ge rl .bm
cle% become weak, the di- causing a thorough- breaklngI.down, of .~s t" 7m
gestion impaired, an about t. I tried it 'and it cared me.
general disorder occurs oomdeen B. S.. to alwho may feeltbh ,eat
throughout the system. .thorougly good bl1odtonio., A.OSur.nl .
Debility, insomnia, ner- 44 W. inth St., Columbia, Tenn.
vousness, indigestion,.
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little
___ _ailments we often have are due directly to a bad con-
dition of the blood and circulation, and the quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals
S. S. S., which contains the best ingredients for
cleansingng up the system. It i.a vegetable blood purifier
and tonic combined, that enriches theblood, and throughitit theentire system.
is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body.


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-ii O "PIAl _..ECET.|.1 '
i wThomainds of people hav0 no eloit;e
lvh9 General L.onard WoOd whatever about their hour of rising in
,'by King Victor Emanuell. the morning. Later or earlier, that
.Ii" e, April 22.-Brigadter Geua hour Is fixed for them by the require-
yoard Wood was received in aui- flents of the office, the shop or the
e.gne today by King Victor Emanuel. Classroom, by the time table of the rail-
Te" general hazd a most gracious and road, by. the nrbitrat ni of their em-
gordtal con-veisaticn with the king, ploy'ers or the neessitIbs of their em-
.hQ took :great hiterest in. the Phil- ployees. lut in the cases manifold
$irp ine islands. General Wood ex- whre personal liberty is enjoyed it
plained timht h, wsv.; ;, ",n to the Phil should l.ot be tihouagtlessly restricted
ppFles onu sti;ty m)itnr:,iuty and. simplly because of the domestic tradi-
atld he h'.i hi ';rie:'t, :t admiration lion that early rising deserves praise
or Gover: lc fclt that the and la t rising blame.
oresulta wh :, ,vel ;- thor bad thccom- rial:lst nmiy often be a. movable
Uish x c iiat teast, without materially disturbing the
The 1-..,: : o.,ir onld General rtoutite of an orderly housekeeping day.
Wood i,,) i, "i, 1he Italian Afri- InvaIlids. mothers whose re(st Its been
can coV0 1 ,i d tN, he had brokelt by teething babies and' above
given ,:,: to the atuthoti 11l, rapidly Irowing children. should
givthern :t ts ,,vi.cl his t have their slelp out. Nature deIll'ullad
espi', t ., vo l (,'i y t hi this, midl violence is i done to her when
lh.p-. n .'. Vod -. --- tie sleepy peol e are rudely aroused flroml
hking t: :'. e -l4' ll \'.. rat. e.i their bes1. Early to bed is the single
,heni t1.., :b.-s- ,.aJ- r Ri uherosi1 prescription to Insure early to rise.
't : i t r 1 reh' e wo e ktoi t o it ov i' l ver to
Invited im :o viit ^Kt" a. oouri hurrying. ainxios, toiling Amer-
........ .... ltiln li GRADY-ALUS Li:S.L TSUI T. ani rest. Do not think time ill spent
tliht il spent in repairing the ravages
Hearing by Gover'cr r. r'n ny> 1.cr, of our well iigh incessallt activity.
of Pe,- 'v.,ar,i'J.
Harrisburg, P. I.: ;I The:.-- V; Thie llrtt nu toll1n1ke.
Important. n ws. ... L- Mot putltolliile chalrnlters were
was represented t thi h -n t-.: y originally borrowedd frollm the Italians..
on the Graedy-Ssus libl 'l ;1 G,,v Th, litirst rel Engllsh pantomiine was
rnor Pennypackel.r in t, h, t:i; produced alt I theater lu lincoln's Inn
house of re!lr'ese tat-ivi.4. .t 1 Fiieldts in 172o0. It was calle l "llarle-
Geheral Carsun sat with th' ,.v quin 1xieutedl," and its subtitle was
tor throughout the hear'r n'g t nit'.hel "A New Italian Comiic Secene Betweou
ldGleated what wouli be the gnvrnjQ"'s 1 Searl'nouebie, a Harlequin, it. Coun-
a ctlon, on the measul.e, try F'arnier, Ills Wife and Others."
The opening speech was made by I'lie ilprt'oriilltco was very successful.
Charles Emory Smith, of the Philadel About the middle of the eighteenth een-
hWla Press, who was presented by tury the character of plnrtomimel per-
Thomas W. Cooper, of the Media forim.incs wIq s completely i altered,
American. chllely becauseof the genius of the fa-
At the outset of Mr, Stmiu a1 nmous ( rimnldi. who innde the clown
dress Governor Pen'nypacker *. x. the first figure of the prtiitoniline. Grl-
ception to his use ,Qf. the word' "inso- ma lli lrst appeared at Sadler's Wells
lently" and suggested. that It would be theater, where he played the part of a
Well for the speaker to omilt the strong monkey. le0 4'1s actively engage( oni
adjectives. Mr. Smith accepted the the stage for forlty-nihe years, iand at
suggestion, saying at the same time the close of his s tge career he took a
that he spoke strongly because he felt bnalit ait l.)rury iLatne theater, which
strongly. realized nearly 60I)0. lie ulso received
_100 from the lDrtry Ianit fund. This
Ohio River Rising. wa in .une, 1828. 11e died in 1837 anld
Ohio'River Rising. was burled in tho churehyaurd Il St.
Rvansville, Ind., April 22.--The Ohio wJanis,' l th, 'lentolvlly hlll .-tLon-
ftver continues to rise, the gauge to- don l itaindinrd.
lday marking 35.5 feet, a half foot ________o
Wbbove the danger line. Crol- o aet.
The lower Wabash country Is ...hAi---.Wh... n -Jrhit-r: -Ti-h iTn-of- iii '
ing one of its greatest floods. The po:-tr:it pointer, studied In ltho atelier
Green river, which empties into the of Carol us-luran in Piaris, hils teacher
O'ho north of Lvansville, sl also out showd V1 Its lanks. irig It h i. hld in tho great clling of
tho l.uixou il),bnu'V," lnhlct'. l,:vpn ffter
Celebration of Battle San Jacinto. ., ii'htl tn fi ll, hirmlI' his ma1cis-
San Antonio, Tex., April 22.--Theo ;,r or i s'.t 'W battle of San Jacinto fought in 1836, his studio a1nd ose. his lial h ItA having
whereby Texas ,galmned her Indepen- V':p dence from Mexico .is being celebrated l ..;-[uiratn. The time nrne', however,
today with. grand military and civic ltIhn Snllr.gent c parade.a. The--.-ttt4Je-f--flowers- -wit the i t<'k and ti ll of hils tenicher, for he
take place this afternlWon. The city 1wuv getting< work of his own to do,
Is crowded with visitors. The streets ,'i,i.'h would nl i nilow him to leave his
are banks of rosesand'other flowers in- I ptudin t It inoinoi;it'sl notoilOi'. Onoe day,
tortwined with buinting. It i: rl;t ed. ','t >iO ;-I n o'u silt hur-
ry ('all for ilim, lil whent ho rcelvedl a
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. loit(e Syiilki luit t:n'uti \wa-: nropelp-
ld to ij';,linue is i"t.ttI ow0Ing to
Two co-nvictedt white swindlers saw. presl'ing wok hr11i h ''is t'ulilou A few
ed tihki w\ay ont of the Buiihainan jal, idl.V t IT I a fri,'ie, to w'ioin lIa< hbad
Monday 'but were captured. coltfided Lisa ns i.,r nt lii; r,.nl,'Iltranilt
Attorneys for re Gilbert, on pupil, asked him: "Well., how is it with
ncted of car robbery at Way'ross. G(. ., '
will make another effort to secure hiB he" l Alt, no o th Ioli w tr
freedom. h le looked sad a1i1l his ithottiler. wnt
Harman West was killed and Turn, U." AHothw i isht i. "Ciet nnl! 11st
e .,I o morlonllrv wo nadl d ll *4 .. e .e .- .. .

or. l x 1........ ....... .. ,vU .. ... .. I', all over.! I have boen to thle lx.1im-
tempting to arrest an oes eonyvict near Camilla yesterday. I painted out his tead!"'
The Texas and Pacific railroad hua
resumed service over the flooded cL*um A Gchot 'Iemt.
try weSt of New Orleans. When you think you sot a ghost,
At St. Paul Circuit J-ide e Batiur1 how can you tell whothler It really is
has modified the decree in the North' t ghost or'n iot A recent writer gives
era Securities case o that dividrndl tIhe following eletittfic" method: "Wio
may be paid. iasuitltlOit hit i'tperson sWe til nappart-
Some time' ago J. Plerpont Morgal tIull. It lruy be. object(,,ive--I. .. l rvi'ng
borrowed Anna Held's private car an4 reist(y or utsldi the )ha Io.rv'r's mlrd-
the actress is in distre.. because it Lh :r .ierely, tieranturte of i t so rd redl
not been returned. lug itt i h t f Ir, i look-
ling lit t.to vi% 4-n w th It)h l hil > A yem,
At Vallotta. lle of Malta, King 1 ety rl owe t ytall with I.
ward yesterday reviewed 8,000 bla f'orefilnlt'r frtn, outside the tolp eyelid,
Jackets. ,e' cet sing a squilt. If obj jetive,
It is denied at Havana that a hit<-t wh-thiter i t;uiH or not, two outitlinitw of
haa occurred bQtwaen t t U the hoi-t' v.ill bie een,. but nafe, of
States and Cuba in rea.rl to coallald coIur-.e,. i It 1W stutJetive. tOne tony
stations. I prove th1is by trial an-y lineo with Iti y
A Now York dispatch says that JuN oiei:t. ntar or fnr. I menuton this be.
tiee Scutt in the supreme court todlly citf, of the r siiiy niervoti anrid brain
sentenced Al!bvrt J. Adimnua to not les 'l I;r< ; -i, b .who S4n)( than a year adnd not nvore than .onji wth.t, It wa.-id ti.' h-ttr that they
year and rine mnnt.hIs In lltDAg Sing s ''loi kow ivOa tthe I trwuitl- Im i wit-h
prison and to pay a fine of $1,000 fot ih lJt". e'hs i'.i at 'o 'k t having paratli.h rnala for playing pot dI., tor 'o".1 t'elinthtii to b .t litnted., iit
icy in his t l S.> 'tflton. hey 1,-li,* 1i, tho atl -u'.;ittluriil."

es truisers New
k B ton and Marblehead ha t

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Via Via (tA Vt.a
Ir or ,rsII a lO Iti
Jac t 1i Jaci. t vila ( t I ii i'l L .

Rapid Tralnit nd iIi't pis-d I
l,.n T bnl]o in ffiect April } ,I fw .

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I tgh 8~prings, .Newh.erry unit It (r-
tmln'diitei' i'nrIt .4
a tala, Lr*biurg nd. ' I 'I
1 lt (-r' 'uitittat.y I'' it
i' ib ui t kta lit ,;( i a. .ll . . ..
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N+Jorth ../itaM and i t .'t *i

rived from the south. The Range PapA- e ity new Dp. 7:) p
ah .:e ach San 14cco. Sall &io.-.--i broke it. Daily .. iEigh 1 I
S.Charles : Cornirny, of ltbhar., Nr IN pa.-. S bei! I told yeLo that If .
Y has si,,',. a r'1tT.c to reach thl yoU t0 *my .Q :pla. ii-gatll to blow tiwb b .
r 1mei! aw ga .r at- a- for five year 1,i1"m with i',l witia 'iup t P AtoW ,brehht <'aP, .'4 ;flC Th.T k ot
2.&..^ IWW -iai m iAiw14.1 t ;,n
.t.povittlae of Petrko v lt has beti don't eay l. ,t i p ss tt toxr 4cohmpltile ifwtnriatktO, call or
Lp.ildori e c-hn'gram i.avys that Bil-TlTih, litittvlur Iii t a +lt.iknii *. J, A.G(kOO
tie .0i P Ide won th graeal a1t ta k Addrea :
Joilta stakes at the' fown. crti4 Job-. wty I. s aw t itt offsr hiMtp a u c ,, s .. i .
asta tday.: Richard C'r>*ker'* U iAil .s cond a PrOs i c P7 1t*. I" '.'i ) i i e" r i, iF si,.t. u.. hll Pb.:,:t. I .i.. k:.. i ..ieR kt.l r,
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0 ooitldenee of.t, t toli1"
steped with ttial will*
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ott want j sewlttnotimett l
tinttl youI'tll v o een ii,, Xihl*0iR
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E. A. WEIL & C()., .,. CO

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(Ig!( qJAifIlTr tMIo, livery
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Matb1 1 ans

DUmUA1 lTY. '*A.r

IO t plbinO for this trying oleluitt, ,at ftills j
ttmui totlor thin others, oonstrucoted of
obest material. ait nd ia tnrtlt o -.n t
Upb to datit ntevery
dttl, I andU Un- '
Sold by us Continuously for
without a inugle faitlre. If you I
want a piano for a llfetnite*a
service buy the
Mathushle k T I
Prliesi aN low tw HN ooimtultvit with qu tl ..
u isilt on r1 i o tY lorhnm, ~sont n 1tsl daY :
trial. We itay flilht. Write
roi Irl<< 'JNl.O lAY. /


Southern Music House, +
- ...-JIOJ A:MURI-IY1M -.
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Nails, Iron Wire, Pipe, Pit-.1

tngs, Bolting, Packiug4et0o.

S I,'u.giiht in ('tr L .'),t. Hold Iln alty
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41 1A e Pu of Our Catit 't iv ?o

Baird Hardware Co0

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I g' If

* t iteai WOften lirriedly Ral6ed
i i Wall Street llanka.
An interesting question often asked
$a Wall, street conrern.s the amount ot
capital that a large bank cold raise at
.nA hour's notice. That is, how much
| ccormodatlon could a bank extend a
cUstomer unexpectedly confronted with
,prilesing need or for the purpose of
'tianDiang a big dial. A banker of In-
ternatitonal xpl)rielico is authority for
.the statement tat \Vasil street's focill-
ties In this re:ar'd ar superior to Lowit
d4o's In that a l;oge undertaking could
S. flnained liro Ve ith luci'h greater
4,i spatclh tltn on the other side.
Bald an ol!ivr of' one of WVull street's
;most. iliport:ilt tantks: "It is no trou-
ble at 0ll now:nlays to raise $5,000,0(0)
or $6.(000,()0 witIin an hour, I[ lmve
S; Been It done too often to tl'ihk for a
lmorlieilt that it wculid tax seriously a
large ba1i k' tF.'sourc'us. Five tiiimes that
im8111, say $25,01}t0,0G0, c"i be raised at
twoity-fonut hours' notice. It has been
done. Of course no one bank could do
it, but the great Wall street institu-
tions are linked to ,gthr in slich a wiay
as to provide almost unlimited re-
sources for the finianllig of any safe'
deul. The large bnnlks think little of
$1,000,000 or $'2)0.000 loans these
days, whereas In f'onier years they at-
tracted general attention, for such large
aI aounats were rel'-:d only after con-
Bidertable ieg'oliaiioini. lt that has all
changed now."-Now York Mail and

SI'etures nvild the Eye.
Sir Thomas Lawronce, tn emlnenlt
English plintet'r allid president of the
Royal ncade(leny. conlIlteme(d the pic-
tures of a youlg artist and then sald
to h1m: "You have aYround your ro1o
two or three rough, clever, but co.nr:r
Flemish sketches. If I were you. ',
would not allow my eye to become fa-
miliarized with any but the highest
S.oris of art. If you cannot alfor-d to
.buy good oil paintings, buy good en-
gravings of greot picl'tures, or Ihave
clothingng at aHll upn your walls.
S ''Yo ;ilow,, in- Interoutirse with your1
fellows, 1lha 'evill\; l l (o li aticalol;ul cor-
rupt good imant'rs.' So is it wila p|i'-
tures. If you allow your eye to becolune
fatnillar with what Is vulgar In con-
Sception, however frt'o and- 1uIhling the
hanldilng anld however excellent tho
fteellih, for color, .your tahISt will iisen.-
..-. b.-.B.lhl uco uei.xl4. :4ta,-v. 1 VWlir.e'r's, If
you habllituate your eye to look only.
Son what Is pure iad I'!r]nd or redi(tl
iand lovely, your taste willl insensibly
,ecunie elev'a ted."

IEther Dritnking In Ilauisn.
,v habit of ether drinking is known
pr ev.lenit ill .soiie pirts of' lus-
Ill (ast PIrussa, anld all the ef-
the authorities to colinbilt tihe
'e hitherto been almost fruit-
11 I id'a of th1e extent to whnlIi
It l)lrOVl is 1may be gatlieted
eco'kds given itl the Russil: I
opers of aL rIecnt ucidenlt whllcll
i at a place called T'ros-,itlo.
s druink by fulriner'As ont fe'stlve
ias, wlr 1it appears to be VonW
itn pailfu4. A farmer, eelebrat-
soil's Sw"o'(edding, Ili the fullnesIS
hospitality. -gtin tw. pailfuls of
.)Dul)rinlg the n''ocess of decallt-
ether into bottles at violent Px-
took place., Sy which six chil-
,er'e killed and one adult danger-
Ind fourteen others more or less
injured. -.lritisah Medical Jour-

iand Themn lard to Reatme.
at gormand who had Ia passion
Ilflsh inherited a fine estate and
sUni of nmoey. elt hiad been
Sgallt, alilnd hIlls friends were
rejolcetd it hls legacy. Mr. IL.
In "Ivan at Hloume" telig to what
be money was devoted:
rient to towni one l daiy ri1111d ROOtI
d e that t!i pri'ie wasu In his i3su-
ptecuuntilus. e1onollthn.
?here hac youtlr lhgny gone?" -

1," he rIl.d, "yon| know ,'at [
rey fond <,i o t. i c'rt' irtim having i
r i n y ( O'. ;t. I tlito .'Il: I would
to I' i' :' : tilem thl 're, but un1.
rtll ltlY I have sie')t 111ll the Iegfacy
i" t wa(;!'n,! t \*ith, ut s ec edihig. I
tven foigot i.. wnile.r Is uiot ailt."

t::'h45 i '5 *: L1irl ato Itn.

ibemr t 's 't.'... at. ,,*lnteolt to take
.OUt' g .: 7I.'- f'Ior tI ,ey all lacked

eto 'i''' ,; ,ror,,t n's.tI, ia.'s msil
fpt Eiw y c^d '' ....... stoodA .houtt five
1it ..1}'..^1'l ."1h in il>' *., kitnll s at y 5
lk e lrt*t hii t.y about aiM inheIm,
141 0 5 fe.t 4 ,f Nthieon plite h-n
nWtu1' or ti .th(tl; b1lt tweten the,
( IlPli l" i-t'i, lil;a of W terlo

Tonivrr 1rw:L l r % I after di-
, "ltuirc'd *iafe visitor of the otlce

lios ** i?'am,.It .(- bIIonlc reply..
i ktm.*aesNO a.u ,ti-' 'or was the
eped thime boy as her
m W

ured byles

--- wi, rcjr trj iA wT
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W. Lay-
Nevada, 0.. was ler of Hilliard,
cured by Kodol Pa., was cured
of stomach 1, of Chronio
troub'Ve which Dyp-psia by
h.i eftluted I, C'.I tteI use of
his heart. jkli, "A" Kodol.

Ipow e jsiWhatly ouu lA

IitalloUIe e 0' iG form Lmtlrl
Siirritatin s or lc'ort .ion


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i4cw r-t al a z ~ori irt' Co'nsiection, WNith ATLANTIC' COA$T.

Over Dutton & Co's. Bank, Oaineesi ll:
Sioeoiel attention to Crown and ride wo
Phone 70-~
SDE.NyiST. ,,.

Grilaitate Baltlnmore Collevge I ,tal Sur'evy
IVO 5years1 soxperelonoln Ne'N Yvrk ity.
Crowna.rldItko work and ltllit spteciailtes,
ALL WOUK (UAAltatn Kl)
OrlWuc IN tE)iL It.Locl. (G.AuI, vsV!II. l1.A
DR". J, I1. 1'lntSON.
D .NTl.S''.
South Side Squlre, net file. FlnI

.tt'rnesl lo ouk. across t.o ih) to miu SniLt'uia
S tudio.
VCIVL ENGINail K ANtI st l0V.Yuo t
SIi O Ui Stsvi .il.,1. Ii't.t ,.: \
1 )eahr in reali 15ate'. Thi : ,ir,; l.;.' t ed
Wt h every ste'tion of lond it A ,-tum tti county.
CorreslPouideitt solil.itted.
H J.',,IPSI,-Yg,
and Made New.
WVe buy or sell lP'urnittre, it can oontrnet<
wittlh youo111 th coni)U siI oli b.stI-. I'latldonttg
%solicited. il .s tkf acttio lti in t a
Sl~iEl ,.). TA YIlOIt.
-PA PlR [ANIilNt.

COMPANY. New York.

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Soto i',titl', 'h. o t l t 'tlc~u imInlr p i ** Jackst ville )t Florida
4 THI EVAISCIEMIOALCO. go nl or pole t.uuL .
S OIN ,,INATI.O. Weid by Du' iigItm, 4-8-02
Ai 8T,. 0 or aost iin lin wrn per, '"-...-.. --
tby express, prpapld. i for
$1.00. or3)bo0tthIt'lu,2. LCAI"FE 4 BELVEDEI)E,
Circular sent o reque S

S'[i T T 132 W. l-orsyth st., Jack&'l iville, Fl
: V() U P. opposIe Poht,,I>.,
4 ., lhe u nld ers-iget'1d, hereby agree
A, iy $1,0(X to any niantufacturer of eW t e (luinr uht1 iItO iig ty. Fiu
paint. wlio c1an h11 ow, by similar te tit, .
ny Ipainti standing upon any metal p|l" \VES EN),
surface as Iperfectly and for so long ait
itiml, tsour FINEE WINES. IjQUI1".,1 ( CIAlS
GR 1 I'IlI'iT El.ASTIC PAINT. JIOHN MENZ/L;. I ,t),i i. tor.
'\Ve'. g .lttraltl'u o (il A \llI' 1 I ,LAS. BI)10-2121 W. llty Ht... .111 ..lII'II .
'I' patat to co tin io ) tar, roi.i, as- ]aust. lh er, bottleanl tIratight. ) 't
phaltutlln or nny of the products of fail to call ou m) wihn 111 .fht(ksonvillo
Ipotrollezti, and wihotn applied to any
wenarface according to our directions to T.WIT1N IN JAC1KS,,N VILL.J ,
wA'ar lpel'rfeeti, for a il.riod of fiv ;
y fnar, anid we agreed to furnish, free of Visit ,,. --
charge, nil iainl nt ec'ssary to rpCixitiL I TA1,I \A
any surface wht ri, it, lits pruovvd d,,- tAe I )f .
'. The iteti t ltiqt or in tiI1 city, Enter-
fe The National Paint and Varnish Co., ''Theatre.
Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A. .

\\'e tak pleasure in announcing that
we have secured codirol for Alachuai
county for the sale of I h, 'cel')rated
GRAP1I.TE ELASTIC generallyy
Inoown Ias UVncle Slrni paint.) 'This
paint has the highest tldorsen'mnts for
tint and iron roofs and all exposed

T'. F. THOMAS iI. & S. CO., u
Gainesvllle, Fla.
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Furnishin gi

I TeX &*. -" C ktr.^<- K^.b .

!HE (|1.1) It I, IAIliA .;
1IUM mHNu !ra',A III ,IS|I1MlNT

SATI'-is'AC ''I N U.;UAl N'rTI.;NI'L)

A I'am u a'r. l.,sel G Itot lavlot l<'io rl d n,

N -_ -_Arend's--Saloonan. ..._ --- -....

Nic Arend's Saloon and Car
Jacksonville, 1,'|rida

Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. I1.
llartbolomay tolrtester, al-o Inra-
polrt*l Wurierger Itfeer ot iratrught

Steaks. Fish, <('hlot, (;i're il~ n e* son.,
to order. I) 'lli r l "wlin
.Alley.- 130 W. Bty t.
.9.I I

r" Stoes, leatr, I CHEAPER THAN A DOCTOR,

.... ...t. E... ...... BETTER THAN MEDICINE

l ouisvilIe N a bvilte NR e .
hi rst,.Cl .as fwrvi .e ad
Qtick Sclihed,hles to
S! i H A .11 S I L I. ....

LIj)URs aind A }Oll t / o ''lto
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Through Tiekttf viA L. A I. N are old
-by -allf rxi.,od oulx .ick est agentsr ws. ak:.Vm...

SFor shetdul a t ~ and i *. W'e ,an J a / dtt I'tin ( V"aa-. ;W ,,,
Jar flr r, ations appFW eA i.' < N .W' N s.." war" *4*,i0 0
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Published Twice a We ek-Monday and Thursday

s T' XI I,

NO 7



rther Cross Examination
of Henry Youtaey.
Ills Where He Was When Fatal Shot
Weas Pired-Denies Certain State.
Hsnent* Made to General Leads Prior
,tO Shooting Regarding Goebel.
iru taofrt, Ky., April 22.--Henry
oidte was called fir further ctoa *
niatlona in the trial of James How..
d todfy. Youtsey was eaked it he
i4 not refuse to tell Assistant Audi-
VPranok Johnson where he wa when
ebel was shot. He said Johnson
ked' the question and he told John"
oee he waa in. a safe place. Johneon
q4id that wase not sufficiently definite
m 4the detectives had called for par.
tala4r data as to where all employes
'f the office were when the shot was
ifred. Youtsey then told him he was
the tolet room in the basement of
00e executive building. Youtsey de-
i a4 t M he had ever told General A.
lead., prior to the shooting, that Goe-
l oncee beat him out of a fee and
b hae hdespIedW him. He admitted
f c b h'e told R H. Witherspoon and
t$er |Yrelatives that the newspaper re-
o'Orts that he had named Jim Howard
at the man who fired the shot, were
-without foundation.
"It was my defense at that time,"
i.aiddl ,Youtsey, "that Howard and me
i:.were strangers and I told everybody I
1 0' never seen Howard till we met in
Further along In the interrogation
7outsey declared that from and after
tIhe shooting of Goebel all of the others
'La~* ged' in the killing 'e0spired to-
ther tb clear themselves and throw
,,e entire responsibility of the crime
hil .
Responding to questlohe as to vngo.
tlone with Dr. Johnson. to kill Goe-
Youtsey said he went to see Sen-
r Deboe, and told him Johnson and
era were willing to do it. Sena-
r Deboe, according to witness, re-
ed that enough Democrats were go.
to vote with Taylor to retain him
bfomce and It would not be necessary
-kill Goebel. Deboe said it must
Sbe. done. Wltrnss went back and
d Johnson what Deboe said. John-
told him not to pay any attention
Deboe but to go and see what Gov.
r Taylor alid about it. He went
e Taylor and told him what John.
sald, and Taylor raised no objec-
o the plan of shooting from the
ry of state's office.
H of Victims In Accident at
Redhouse, N. Y.
nca, N. Y., Aprit 22.-It is
-own with practcal certainty
1 persons perished in the
on the Erie road at Redhouse
rday. -
railroad officials have compiled
ot f the names of the passengers
escaped uatninjured. the namepn
injured and the name of one 4i
Sand by comparing this with tlhe
id of the ron-luctor as to the total
r of passengers on board the
'they find that six are missing
counted for.
y believe thpt the bodies of all
H killed have been found and that
of fatalitieos Will not exceed
SThe six unidentified bodies
H ladly charred that recognition
ible aMid they bore nothing
S4 give any clew to their iden-

akeo Desperate Attempt at
ep N ir Wltlmilngton.
ti^,tN. 0,, Apoll 2ta,-Twelve
three whtes and nlne neg-ro
e a dtspetrate dash for liber-
ysteday juat as they .were
p 5ttocde at Castle Hfyn-s.
frAd th city. 4 e ne gro
g sad a white bla a.d c-.
m444 0loh of the -wonadedl
^:.IS .FI e-;tUteW4d by a
$4A ,~tg br last.
A gli. they be
k49P4isi a.
IM t 4i t


--, n-------s, "-- -^-^---
this city. W, e the Vtards were takl- flV C E
lng th taug of. half a Imldred con-, OVV R AND
victs to *ork the i$ prisoners in the
,plat made a Rld Y im alrSCORED BY BR YA
Tie remaining convicts were' order- B .....
ed to drop on their knees, .antd kept .
uidir cover by one guard while the Nebraikan Bitterly Arraigns
-other guards opened fire on the fle-
ing fugitives, who made a dash for Former President.
the woods in all directions,
*John Taylor, a negro, was shot dead HIS SPIKCH AT KANSAS CITY.
ti his tracks. J. P. Hug'hes, white, -----
and Faorney George, a negro, of New. At Banquet Given by the Jackson
bern, were shot in the back. but es- County Democratio Club William J.
caped. Bryan Re
The county commissioners lave of- Bryan Replies to the Toast "D
fered $50 reward each for the white mocracy."
men. Martin and Hughes, and $20 each *&ansas Oty, April .-yWilliam J.
for the negroes. The sheriff's posse Bryan, speaking this'l 0il theJ
in very strong and there is little Bryan, spea g hi ing to the
chance for the convicts to escape. tomt "Democracy," at he bamnuet gir.
r ___.... .... len by the Democratic Jackson Coatnty
PEACHES WILL BE SCARCE. club and the newspaw l mean of Mis-
_ __ tsourt complimentary William J.
Fruit Growing States All Report Short Stone, at which the aidtE'ses did not
Crops. begin until long after 1da4nlight, bitter-
Atlanta, April 22.--Georgia is not ly arraigned Grover C1velamd and hie
aloe this year in finding a short crop supporters who are Akilng the pleo
on hand. Every peach growing state for harmony among Democrat. The
la the country relorta reduced crop assembly was made g Of MissouTl
aa the result of the bad weather co. Democrats and the ~arrka of Mr
ditions, ranging from 5 Oto 90 per cent Bryan met with enthustlq tfaVor witi
below the average. his hearers, He said ,4 part:,
Thbelow information has jut been se What we need In this nation Is mor
cured by the department of agriculture al. courage among me. , we ned
and will within a few days be publish., moral courage morn ttimn ability and
ad In official bulletiU form. we want the kind otf moral courage
At the tastance of the Georgia fruit that will fight for hoQlt Democratic
growers. Commissioner 0. B1. Stevens principles. In your JtUnior senator
wrote letters to the commissioners on William Joel Stone, yfou have a Mia
agriculture of all the Important peach. sour man who posesses both mor
Sgrowing- states of the country, ad al courage and ability, I am glad
has received replies Irot practically that you have harmony In this state
all of them except Californa, which "I believe the Democrats of Mis
will probably be heard from within a sour give the best ido, of how to se
day or two. cure harmony among the Democrats
Colonel Stevens gave the informs. of the nation. I believe in harmony
tion that Georgia would do well to The Democratic bed Io wide enou'J
maket 25 per cent of an average crop for all who want to come In, but l
this year, and asked the commisslon- don't was- to have to sit up rights to
ers of the other states what yield they keep certain pretenders from picklini
expected and what had been th extent our pockets. We Invite all who havt
of the damage from cold weather. 'strayed from the fold to come back I
Thb replies show that there is a they so desire, but we want them to
possibility of something like 25 per stay in after they come. We hav
cent of on average crop throughout had enough of ClevelantAm In th<
the entire country. In some states Democratic party. We bad four year
the crop has been almost wholly de. of Cleveland, and after his administra
stroyed, in others there is only 10 or tion was over we found oursOlves weak
15 per cent promised, while several er than we had ever been before be
expect to get as high as 50 per cent of caus". w had bce'n betrayed. Those so
an average yield. -ci harnioilzers, Cleveland and hit
AT Neg FOfolli o), s. showed their nearness to Re
ATE NOTHING FOR 30 DAYS. publkcanKin by deserting us in oiu

When Confined In Jail Brunswick Man
L Refused Food.
unswick, Ga., April 22.-After liv.
ing for nearly 30 days without eat.
ing a mouthful, Bailey Chance, the
white man who has been in the count.
ty jail for lunacy for some time, died
Sunday night.
Chance was taken out of the jail
Saturday and- carried to ..his horse by
the county physician, In the hope that
he might be persuaded to eat, but the
man still refused to swallow a mouth.
COhance was In jail 18 days and didr
not eat, and It Is understood that hlie
refused to eat for several days before
he was confined. The man., it is un
derstood, would never cat anythilig
unless the food was prepared either
by eis mother or himself.
t Police Suspect Foul Play.
Atlanta, April 2-2.-Clamt:ius l. I.ove.
a carpenter who lives at No, 68 Lea-li
street, fell headlong down a long
flight oi etairs at a place on 8soutt
Broad street last n!ght aiout 9 o'clock
and died 15 minutes later whlie b ein
taken to tbhe Gr-a:y hospital. Whtoi-
he wa0 dying he stated that lie had
bren shoved down the stairway, and
the police. IW*Ileving that a murderr ita4
been conmmIitted, arrested three we
men, .who adJitt d they ha4 seen him
fall. While Kgaping for bath in the
patrol wagon, the dyilg man told th4
ofmleer that he had be o shoved lows
the stalrway by either a mau or -p
woman. Three arrest were made.
Lockout Still In pore&
Shenandosah, Pa.. April S*3-All the
Ph2l.uadilhia and leading colieri4 and4
the Calbrid ,u an-eJ mrniee tsdivtduaJ
oper-at' a -e idle a4ai today. As
far si' -,n be learned, no vOrrturse-
b he hen m t. by et)er itde- toward ,
retih K tte: h ,','i o.t.
Old rEmploy, s Reinstated.
PhAd:-ia April 23-Ati rdeWr
las. beett' f;':d b'y. the I. hhb Coal.
,, ,aid N'art torAompaony, wuhiec oper
'ate. tihre5 r ieri'-s 'll the PaMSther
Q#resk colony. i"- t:sv all ot alo .old "
* 4inploye. who bave- b ,. n 4le sitanoe the
e nid oi "e t urr { e .
":4';* ;'' :" T *i.1" ..

hour of greatest .need and supporting
the Republican paity. Thoe I)emo
cratle party won a gr-at Victory in
1892, which gave our party a great op
portunlty. but Grover Cleveland be
trayed the Democratllc phiy and I car
ried the burden of his adrIliist.'atlon
through two natiaitl ca mpligna and
there was not a plank in either plat
form that was such a detrtimqit t<
me in those campaigns as that bur
den was. Cleveland had the best op
portunity to redeem the ODenooratli
party ever offered to any tman silne
the time of Andrew JaciKlson, but In-
stead of boing true to hl party hea
disgraced himself. As a party, we
must stand true to Dliocratie prin.
ciple and If we do I b.eltve that
lMnno and It will be here to remain when it
S lIt Is of the highest se-rviie to hil
fPllows. who can give the highest Ideal.
There has been a lowering of idalas
In this (oumintry. .Mori y is -tAlked,
atoltt morning. noon anid night, Com-
mrerialtMn Is thee curse of the country
today. and It has dIbau(hei.,d our r'cun,
try. Thb forIl g.ror has r- )tan to t*.
gard the Amorlcan simply .a m orny
matter and we give (uase for. the it,.
li0( that we nut nothing bheryd w4aIthl
and that money s ruling the :(unitry
with an Iron hand. The Amalsuhe
and womatahood of the United States
are more Important than mnoiey. Jet.
t(roOn set a higher Ideal ftort i than
tA1t of worfbip of money,. and aoth.
ing but the ideals of JeffTrsot wAll .e
lift us out of the *ough of de0pold.
The mopetratfc party 1 nt ,the enie
May of bonestly aiCquired wealth. I
ve heard it said that tDe anoat be~,
ASd be honest I deny that as b* t|
ad be oamest. I deCr that as belib
false. A man can ba.oe mosemr A4
be r1Democrt. but it -moosyr It 11
be o as th a i Rpubtlesw. JEeroa
tbuilereV that( money pAmtid be pbeer.
Ve.t to the men, a"nd Jefferne was
an, educstod ma. There aee peope
today who thinrk tI that e4ga
men eka ould h* sep.rated fro
the ranie rable4e J7ebsw s
weierved that ete, ais. wh -was
moo -* 4ood i6 eh to l1t r fg-
Jt%. t hi4 s. ,4%s:s 4:

-.- ,


ate the prinipWes or mte enloceacr
se they existed long before J(eersoa
lived. He simply put the prinliple
into living form. Th. w never wi
a time when the people were mort
ready to accept Denoctile principles
than today.. We must appeal to tho
conscience of the people, Three rem
edies for existOng evil have. beea sug
gested to me. First, an appeal to the
conscience of the people; second, bj
legislation, and third by revolution.
But revoluflton -14 not to be thought
of. Revolution ti not a remedy in s
country where people can vote. Peoa
pie can vote themselves free i t this
country and if they could not do that,


tlly c('ol not gIht t m'iiivI LthIl vs l ro,
Jefferson stood for the people and Madrid, Apdl 22.-A dispatch mrom
their interests, and Hamilton believed O-etau, Moroceo, represented the port
that the president and the senate 9f-TeOta, .Morocco, as being in a vry
should bo elected-jor jit1 or during tca poetti.n.
good behavvldr. The Republican par% 'lo pretender i to 64g urged to at.
ty today is forming not Jefferson tack Tetuan, the capture of which la
clubs., but Hamilton clube" consideredd easy. Theo Iuropoan and
letters of regret from Richard 01 Jewish residents of the place are tun*
ney, Senator Gorman, Senator Oar, able to leave except by sea and have
mack, W. R. Hearst, Tom r1. Johnson, requested that a steamer be sent to
TIdward M. Shepard, D. B. Hill, Sea fetc-h them. The Spanlards have da,
tors Daniel Clark, of Arkansas, and nmanded the protection of the Spanish

SUalLuOy were read. The ietners of Jonb government,
* eon amni Hearst raised ,a tumult of 4 A steamer from New York has ar*
, plause. "* rived at'&Mel119 with lBOO-(iase t-of am.
..... ... c. INAT....IN munition and a number of rifles for the
Coal Carrying Roads Charged With AERONAUT'S FRIGHTFUL FALL.
Violating Interstate Law.
S New Y orkc April 22.-- 1the Itir-Parachu.teR R naps Pr.,pal
state commerce comi lion sat In thisParachte Rope Snas reciptates
e. ity today to consider the complaint Him to the Ground.
. of William R. Heart that ortiatn Chiaigo, April 22.-A d'lpatch to
d coal carrying roads are violating the The Tribqne from Houston, Tox.,
e interstate commerce law. The de-. ays: ,,
1. tendanit roads a-re the Philadelphia Professor LeTRoy Fewer, an aero'
,. and Roadilng, the lA higl Valley, the naut, has met with a sorlous aoldent
s Central of New Joisey, the Now York, before thousand-a of spectators here,
. Susquehanna and Western, the Emrie, Professor Fewer made a successful
h the Ontario and Western, the Del. afticonilon or 3,000 fets In the air and
e ware and Hiudson, tlle Pennsylvania cut loose with hils mparsahute In -Ig04
o and the 13Uttimore and Ohio. trim. While attempting t to hift the
g The specific crompialinti of Mr. course of the parachute oiq Its down,
Hearst are that the tloads char('go u-. ward fli ,lit one of the ropes snapped
t reasonable rates that they unjustly almost revodraing It and causing thif
o discriminate I favor of th1o litafumilus balloonlst to lose his hold when with
e against the anthrwcite coal 0omp1anles in 150 feot of the ground, and, t0eo man
- and that theyT h ye coatrivefe in viol- fell, twrtlng- ovwevtmd over in the de-
s tion of the anti-pooling section of the scent. He struck in a so ft alouht
Sinterstate commorcoe law, to diserliml- whiol he had heen trying to aleete
nate against the independent coal min. clear'of, and this alothe provetted bhi
.. ng companies In favor of the comnpa- Instant death. One artm was broke
. nle controlled by the railroads. In two places, two rlbs and his nose
a The comminnalon is also to consldet wore broken and there ore believed tM
. while here the old chose of the cow- be Interntal Injurtes, 'Thoe an 4it
r plaint of the Texias Cattle Jlalsers' as. till alive and physiclans believe li -
g soclatlort and the Chicago Live Stockl has a chance for recovery.
assoclatlon agalin.t th Chcago local .....
n transfer tax which calls for the pay. BITTEN VBY RABID DOG,
ment of $3 pe-r car for cattlo trans- ...
Sforred from the terinlri of the western Big St. Bernard Mutilates LMttle *outh
. raillroads Into the Chicago Union (tock ro l,
yards. At the: first heoartng on that Crn Gr.
Saujet the colnilsslon ordered a re- New York, April 2,-Clara Shaftford,
, duction of from $2 to St per. car. I years old, of Lenolr, 8 0s, laid ta
T hat ruling was sulbmittod to the Unit. be thodaiugiter of a wealthy planer,
.' d Stateis supreme court whlih sent has been brought to thsl oety to It4
the whole case back to the interstate treated at the PI4teilr JlWtluoe for hyb-
commerce commission for more ovi, drophobla, The phystoian 1a chareC
dence. Of the institute rotqiwatpO difelose etw
None of the railroads wore repro- Obrlstlan na rie Of the girl$ father.
seated when the commission convened,. I hoowned aliSt, rd dot, aad
was very fond 'of t. bout a week
'FaniOCO TRAIN WRECKED. ago the do$g xot the rableov and bit 1*
Ss-heep in a field natrr the homnieteadt
Defective Rail Causes Accident-Three &and then nrf. to the house. Atti
I of Train Crew Killed. i trm was on the bak poreh and
Kranasr City, April 2.--Pasenger thought the do0' wias rubalng to g reet
bra l No 103, on the 'iel(co System, her. She went to amsehim and trew
width loft Kansas City a-t 11:.; last her arms about hiSm The doe rowb
alKht for Meminphil and Dirminhbamr, $a and the a snapped at the til. 8at
was partially wrecked n(ar Ivyorton,. became frightened gnd started to
Mo., north of Sipri rall, at 7 o'cl0nk this mornhIt. The knocked her 4dQW and itn her on both
ettinn.,. Inaggae and mat l ears went arm#. Am -the ,b-ek of tho rltht leg
Into the l1t1ch and wore ba4ly, dldf before abe wa resl& d be hb r fbatrh-r.
ated. The endinluer. fireman and one o
postal at1d olme pMa5i'nK wm*esertoietly hurt .
d per haps a &to-en panMers ighl.( Thirty Slain i R1le With Turks Near
ly tIfty red, ' '
T:h ad are: Saitk A 2. m bar a.. o.
'14R. Me.M engineer, of r t. eott i$0 l .au el90:61 ,.Ugrla aUnMiforma
Kingwas defs by a Tarrkish orce *one
let CoeKwman fireman, of Ft. 004t ReJdVIIts April 11. 'Thirty laurgents
C. I. (Campbell, postal oiefbt, DI a (u 4is 'rt T etti killd."
*as City, 0144 drth
Re.ricusly tinjredr:. The new j spiMl Utider the
tolo +0bern f the i Mbpait. Two
tt Tof te ijde wre ihoti wth arevolvi ,
I-ldei Coluimbtta, Kan*as C*ty, 1ti i|n thb heet6 ot Sat',f Aia intor-
sens. .-Golerf t hem wa kl. "
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Caflf Fer Expa41nl0tio ,L Cty."L0 igth)day.
Moatgom raJlroal eotmlion be J + s*siow as to f 4j hl w the 056tb0t snlverestil
motw tbat 1ba :.~!l tlss1114t"100 s 0- f h f'ot;J L' or. Romie, trmarer.
rthi stal* hote hr e d the lt te a~ Rome, ref # ed

It considerdp *oA .dM eas *a .A frem t;he mA* ,&riAgi

: u' mag4 the hletg*:I5 agJ,


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Pretender Is Beinf Urged to
Attolk Same.
Forolgn Reeldents of the Place Are
Alarmed and Ask that a 8t&eaur *4
Sent to Take. Them Aways-*4 pan.
lards Seek Protection.





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:v *yX day sand Thurs

cO AR ditor and ProB

W 1 *BSttB arentOK t
Th e-aUWeek SUl $1 a year;
onths, 0 sIgla copies, Sc.
;t '? 4 ..J/ VZII'INQ l .BAIGT, S :
, lo..,.I advertieents, 15 cen.ts a li
f ltliefirst aid 10 cents for' each (hd

'i pl yed advertisements for thr
l and 12 months. at special rat
r .lesfuriiahed. upon application.
Sar igaCai6nd"Death notices insert
? r'e, Obituaries, 5 dents a line.

We will notl acee o stamps of
s.gfer denomination thaii 2 cents.


Similar experiments are also being


The Sun. and the Thrice-a-Week made in other portion of West Africa .
S Y.) World ono year........ $1 65 and in the West Indies.
/ 'he Sun&and the 4tlanta (Ga.) A syndicate, it says, formed inRho-
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 desi has applied for an expert to give S
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 Instructions in that country, while at- Which
The .un and the Semi-Weekly tentioi is also being paid to the cotton has be
y.: Tiimes-Union one year....... 1 50 industry In the Soudan.' cause
i'7::-. It Is claimed that the cotton grown and gi
SThe culture of strawberries in this In thorOe ountries is "equal to Ameri- lature
ietiO ity should bo Increased, as there can middling," and the promoters are Cou
re, not enough grown here to supply very much encouraged at the outlook. peaoh
ll: .the home market. It is claimed that a very consider- in the
S- able supply has been obtained from not be
1 Thhe Steel Trust, by printing its an- Central Asia for the Russian mills, acts eo
iual statement in the daily papers at the industry in that country being after t
-advertising rates, i8 proving how utter- aided by the Russian government, has a
.ly Iinocuous is the publicity so ardent- The Indian crop is steadily increas- month
ly urged by the administration as a ing, as is shown by a recent report taininl
corrective of trust evils. from Consul Goneral Patterson, who until t
notca that the crop of 1900-1901 was tices a
It is very thoughtful of President 2,900,000 bues of 400 pounds each; in the
R oosevelt to take to the woods and that of 1901-1902 was 3,400,000, and Sena
give tih reporters a rest, as the peo that this year is estimated at 3,500,000 publish
pie are enjoying a respite from th bales. lie also declares that cultiva- of tihe
newspaper reports of his"swingaround tion of cotton has made marked pro- Legisl
the arircle" which are becoming quit ress in the United Provinces, as also laws.
I wearunsts, ll oin the Punjab and the northwest fron- publis)
S Ice trusts all over the country are tier provinces. Records are cstab- ed and
I,, rioreasing the price of their commod- lished for the Central Provinces, Be- is ano
ity from 25 to 388 per cent, not that it rar, Hyderabad, and there are largo the pe
costs more to harv t'or store the ice, increasIs in Central India, R.ajpttana, of seei
bat the trusts feel like they would like Madras and Burma. The area under out p
. the money, the early crop in lombay, however, ia thi 1a
24 per cent less than in 1001, which the la
So me Republican newspapers are re. was a very favorable year. Low inu'- forte t
tearing to Secretary Cortelyou as a dation has contracted theiaren iit Sind, prhii
t Uat-buster, but thte 'Secretary denies andl there is a decrellse in i.ngi Il, in- to Ivct
S'the itImpeachmlenit, 1l says thi. ailm dienting steady decline iin the c (tolt Oi f
of his department is "to promote and crop in that prt'sidelit'y. a rgiie
foster commerce and iidliusry." W'l. ile it s itd rr t ( .lth t, t lie I' As it il
'.- --- . : :. ropleiins r iar (oin.g all ill tliir Ipow r he iait
S he personality of the next. Dteio- to runder tli ir mill iil( nd iidt. regiln
oratic candidate inaktaes an i nitresting tihe Aminriltiai supply, by d vi',ll'pin cI t o i(t h I'
theme for- apecula'.ioni in tho ii wspa- the growIh ol cOteoil in their colonies, .,olli:
* pers, but the wisest I)nmoe rati< states- not it ouhlim tl i as i yset, bt'n ni itec'O plishl- no.- mll n
men declare it would be too early to ed to atiT t ilt' inanrklt, it being esti- to hv
anlnotnce their candiditel if they were matlntd that t lie increased yield linis l sn hold
agreed on one,. no nimore than uitonol)h to Il.et. the ill- t.
S -. cre~eitstl d tolinudl for t ie s tple. I.e i
S The only trouble with "carrying a Thei time maly collite. ihowevt' r, ln It sho
SOlg tick," n ilhe form. of a navy, lathe Asia ntd Africa will ligurt to a very the ie
se,;wemipltatlon to use it. It is the maln conisideritble extent in thit world's and th
who carries u that is tempted to Ootton nitark-et; iland this is a matter toive t
21. shoot and oy with a new jack- that tho Soutlihrn grower will (do well of their
: ntie wh ,oj t resist whittling the to keep in mind. Fortuiiately *ror the
ge4111hool furnitur. Southern farlier, Ihe is learning to di- O(ne
..... . ~peniid to al extent on other crops than iig iup
"Ily the way, where did Orgailizer cotton, so that he is absolutely indo- dilTere
!IWood, who was waylaid at Palatka, pecndetit, tidilattir what conies.-\t, hll it'
disappear to?" says the Pensacola lanta Cotistitution, the ip
a 'r.s ''The labor journals are not will lic
p^ln keeping the public informed as they it i soinet relief to knowtlhat (iGoverni- eomie
s .hould whether his wounds proved to or 'rft is exp'ndiing tlio $1,(tki,iu ap- though
< be serious or ni t.' rpropriat e by ('ougress for tie relief tito's t
S....of the i"ilipiUos, for battle nil not si .
The season now drawing to a clots pternllit tilg the l10t t exldii it itf 'ow- place t
;i:.has boon most profitable to tIlle hotel tder aitd ishot. lut ity inot th' owiirs g rtss i
m.an of Florida. Whent (aintv.ille orthecattle trade thteirstwck for gun,.- befoli'l
ets tlo work on the public improve- ouit of
'aents, ha a new hotel, aud trolley If (atntl carries o t l r. purpose. f wf i'iic
mentti1 lill igd i t l iga t'vy, Alaq ii will h!ve lit( ill tilt ,
lar toowtiat's lake, there will bo lvy, Ala will h o in t
Smtilore desirable winter resort than tluI lk a stack of .I'ips- iii t(ie. s:uln ei tets
'dthi pity. uin to built
The Augusta ((lta.) Chrotliceli speks Deafnoss Cannot B Cured otr i
S..with atoie of expetancy hconrning l locl apllications., s t,,y Cinnoit i c~ty.
7 tlhe Lowell strike, whOnt it declares rj ch thule r iotiseas ti to'ir, t, af- ;A bir
that it is an ill wind that blows no ono n t hly i. Qo to t tlili- A I
Good, aid nofes the removal of the l and that is y coinitutioal rather
.Manoheter druck mills to au amat entdies. 1)eanss is chtlused by an tthinlgs,
Location. A ,e ndid- btiedlyt it will iuhunthend coitdtion tf it li inlt'o ly,. wil
Snot be]dihl.app thii.doutd, will fi a con.i ing of tlte' Elstachinai Tuil hen othr
Sot aiderable iparitd but wiwell s industry- this tllbe is inlatnued you ht'e it rutn- ecord
siomerac thpe 0th Lera-ill's, i u bhug sound r iimperfect heari ,. and
.*:,' r wwhe it is entirely ciosit.d,, deafi e.s is Th,
The astFloid *inr ;it! mak^iiig * the result, anid unlltss lthe inltUnai tri truis,
Theast Florida -ioryi aakgti can he taket out atnd this tulie re-, aruon
ipi4 strides forward ad the faculty stored to its normal! comditHion, lhe.ri;g t'.o to
4 ilttdents are bo^ two advance the will be destroyed forever. Nine cases| tritbute
Iof that mont lr)it"e4iuoa- OUt oif it' n are caused by iatnirrh, i Every
SItietldetiobet. rt edp..r ditiion of tite mucous se rvices. stel fr
et We will give Gie hundred lolinr has con
.w ...4 "." "'l go, s ; a th r)" that cannot be cured by. Five

o keeps the promise,


atorKirk has introduced a bill
seeks to avoid the trouble which
een experienced in the past be-
of the delay in having printed
rculated the acts of the Legis-

tity judges and justices of the
have frequently been hampered
duties of their office because of
ihg able to secure the printed
f the Legislature until months
they have become laws, There
Ways been delay of several
slin circulating thl books con-
g theacts of the Legislature, and
hey have been received the jus-
nd county judges have groped
itor Kirk's bill seeks to have
hed in one paper in each county
State the laws passed by the
ature as soon as they become
Aside from having the laws
lted as soon as they are enact-
I signed by the Governor, there
other great advantage. It gives
ople of Florida an opportunity
ng and reading the laws with-
urchasing the book containing
Is. It is the only way in which
ws of the State can be placed be-
li people, of Florida in a com-
tsrive seise, and the bill ought
Imeo a law.
course thlioe who ot)pose it will
tliat il will cost the State money.
iatiler o course the papers will
Sfor pubillishing these laws at
r spaiia riat es, but the cost inl
innty will be hut, meagre when
red withii the good that it Will
lplish. 'lie people spnid money
e the lawk enacted anid they
I -t posted when t hese laws have
inde. There is no argumienti to
d with weight against, this bill.
uld licet with the approval of
opl ere is no doubt that it will re-
ilhe sanction of a large majority
i .
of the lirst requisites in build-
a town is to want to do it. In-
nec has killed more Iowns than
iisforitinv. A united move onl
art of alt residents of a town
'comjplivh wonders and will over-
dillieult is which have been
it intsurimou.nttable. Loyalty to
own is also an absolute retquii-
lTo Ielittle one's own residence
or to d tiry its attempt at pro-
ire like the act of a foul bird
i ig its i o\n ieost. To iTpurcliase
one01's own town those things
tan be tiuight of the mnrchatnts
wn i an llact suicidal in its
and olitte \vhich will never tend
d tip atd strengtheln ti conmimu-
L.oy.ilty i t town and to each
s iiet~s ry to t te iupbuilding of
huit lihg to obtain for all of its
tii tsi tvi Lbest things obtatitable.
fr tie welfare of the whole
thint paIrt, public spirit in all
if pi ra1iced fully and faithful-
I build up this town and any
as favorably located.-Orlando

..- ...- --.-.-- ,
.'nioriiouts earnings of the ite0l
tracltitally all of whose products
thIe tnritT lists, is an object leI's.
the Anmerica.n .eoplu of the.
Sthey are paying to trusts.
ue who has u,'ed: any. i'ro. or
on a tia it to a ,ewtiiag .xa1hine
itri btedi to swell the prolts, .


'While the world's consumption of t
Ai, cotton is gradually increasing, it is
on aloa fact worthy of note that the Inwhat it is and what it does--con,
production of cotton bids fair to be the best -
day odnalderably increased within the tainitig the best bisud-ptr
necxt few yeasrs. alteratire and totie substances and
The. South has long had a virtual effecting the most radical, and per-
p'r. monopoly of the cocton business, but muanont cUires of all humors and til
Sif the efforts now being put forward eruptions, relieving weak, tired;
by Eiigjand, Gerna'ny and Fronce
sicount for anything, the time will come la d feelings, and building up
six when other countries will have to Ire the whole system--istrue only of
taken into account. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Each of the abovt countries has its.
ine Cotton Growing Association, whose o other medicine acts like it;
di-purpose it is to eicouragemot6n grow- no other medicine has done so
x-g in their respective colonies, particu- Mnch real, substantial good, no
ee. larly itn Western Africa ahnd Centralf te g ha e t .
es. Asia, where considerable headway *has and strength at so little cost.
daready ben m"Ide I was troubled with serofula and came
d already been made. near.tousigmy ,yischt. For four months I
According to the London Tinies, the could not sae to do anything. After taking
British association recently sent two i two bottle of Hood's Sara'parilla I could see
f a exports from America to Lagos, West to w: k. ant wheaI had taken iht bottles I
Africa, to instruct the natives in the o e.N. Withers, N. Cever. Su A. HAns-
growing of cotton. It declares that Hood's SaWrsnnarCll hrno m l

Will (Governor COmrnin4 supinely garding largo families and race ui-
wallow ial lhe said re'g!aring the ne- cide and incidentally points to the '
essity of a revisionif ithe tariffT? fact tht President Sinith of the Mor
S- on church now has 1003 direct de.-
.OF CHILDREN The Northern Securities deegtio.,
proves that the Attorney General has
the power to control new trutta.and.
Children that grow too fast prevent others being formed; but how-a ,
iand those that seem hardly abottheold trusts, the Standard 0Q l
to grow at all, both need Company and similar monopoesr .
Scott's Emulsion. T r
The W. C. T. UJ. tifll ereet a8.isoO 4.
It gives that. rich Vital fee water fountain at the St. Louia ,ex
nourishment- which. is the position. The expensivenes*. of S.
secret of all healthy growth. thlng' may induce mIany eople t~
It rounds ut. thelopg limbs, d the tff out o urio -,.
ind :helps h.. ildren to~ W stitut .
Without .using. :up.ftheir A Madi.on, W-i., a ..
.S..trengt I ..' d ,-pept. to se. th@e white and
htn k6 nbe la





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Thoe ntft pers of the Vilginia Legil' Order NoI'4li' the
l.a14ito'll of whom. are. Demooratsi Flrit 14i~ii at tl
were. polled the other day on their hbas10.bears the following:
choice of presidential candidates for Due n6tice ofthie proposed t
1904, .Every member of both houses, oent-per-mile rate pasenger ar
with the exception of three, expressed for the Louisville and Nashville .ail-
thdmselves in favor of Senator Gor- road Company in Florida, havingibeen
man, of Marylatd, and these three an- given to said railroad .company, stt
nounced themselves for Judge Parker, said Louiaville and Nashville Rajlrpia
of New York. Company being represented by W. $.,*
This does not, of course, settle the Blouit; Esq., and heard on the subjects,
matter by any means, bst it is just and the commissioners-being dtum1ya
one of those straws ip the political vised in the premises; 4.
wind that carries with 4 some signifl-. It is hereby ordered, that .the full
chance More than ordtiary interest rate to be charged by 'the Louisville
attaches to it, too, because it is the and Nashville Railroad Comnpany ifor
tlrs straw vote so far announced in the transportation of passengers over. I
connection with the nextnational cam- its lines in the State of Florida sha .ll
paign. be three cents per mile, and the half- .
In the same connection, Senator rate shall be one and a half cents .per '
Gonrman's return to his old position of mile for each passenger.
Democratic leader in the Senate is not It is further ordered, that children '
without political significance. In this under five years of age, when traveling
was shown the confidence which the with parents or guardians, shall be,
leading men of his party have in him; carried free, and those-lii etwveen the
while thY Virginia incident adds to it, ages of five and twelve shall be charged
to an extent, the endorsement of the half fare.
rank and file. It is further ordered, that the Luis.-
Furthermore, there is ho less signifl- ville and Nashville Railroad Company
cance in the fact that the press of both shall operate the above rates on its
parties seems disposed to regard Sen- lines in Florida from and after Ma .:'
ator Gorman's reappearance in politics 1st, 1903.
as being full of meaning, not to say
coupled with hope for his party. The It is worthy of note that both Carter
way in which the opposition papers Harrison and Tom L. Johnson, who,
have turned their batteries on him were successful in their. campaigns
would seem to indicate, also, that they for the mayoralty of great cities, are ,
are disposed to regard him as the one outspoken advocates of municipal
figure in the Democratic party that ownership,of public utilities, and made
needs to be reckoned with just now. their fights on that issue. Cleveland
All thi,,, is encouraging in one re- now owns its water plant, and Mayor
spect, wi last.; it demonstrates very Johnson was fighting for a threer.cent
clearlb, i at the party will not lack for fare with a purchase clause in any
leaders when the time comes. It is franchise granted to a street railway.
too early to speak with ai.y degree of Mr. Harrison was fighting directly for'
certainty about the next nomination, municipal ownership of the street rail-
but everything indicates that the party ways of Chicago, and was fought by-
recognizes in Senator Gorman a, power- the corporations and theirorgans. Ife-
ful leader, whether his name heads the has been charged by them with. cor--
ticket, or whether his hand is at rupting Chicago, but he boldly an-
the helm in the next campaign. swers that "the only way to strike at
That he is the peer of any man in the the very fountain-head of corruption,
Senate has been often 'demonstrated; in local politics is to administer a few
that hoe is a great political general is crushing defeats to these giant cor-
also acknowledged ; that he has the porations, and in municipal ownership .
conflde tce ef the eastern wing of his of all public utilities lies the ultimate.
party is admitted; that he can carry solution of purity in civic affairs"
Maryland and scare the Republicans There is a growing feeling that the '
out of their boots in New York is also large municipal corporations are apt
true; that he is a loyal party man has to occupy the same position toward
been proven. municipalities that the trusts do to-
There are abundant reasons, there- wards the nation, and the support re-
fore, why Mr. German's name ceived by Messrs. Harrison and John-
figures conspicuously if all the calcu- son shows that the people are not slow
nations for 1904. HeTs, undoubtedly, to accept that view.
one of their most important factors to
be reckoned withi.--COsLitution. Representative Livingston of Geor-
gia says one of the most important.
For the fourth time, Samuel L. questions with which the next' Con-
Jones has been elected mayor of Tole- gross will have to deal will be the
do without allying himself with, any financial situation. Does not the Rep-
political party. This ought to prove resentative know that Senator Aid-
an incentive to men who are prepared rich and the little clique of which he
to regard a public office as a public is the head are going to fix up the
trust. financial situation this summer and
.-.. ..-. all Congress will have to db will be to
Governor Pennypacker has begun pass the mnieasutire they report?
writing apologies for the bad mniachine --..------.. .:
measures which he has not the courage Johnny Pierpont Morgan celebrated' "
to voto. At the present rate the Gov- his sixty-sixth birthday last Friday.
)rnor will have enough to keep him He issupposed,aggregtiig his wealth1
busy all summer. to have made a couple of million dol- '
lars every year of his life-and still he
That the Pennsylvania politician is scrambling for more.
cannot stand criticism in tho public
prints is demonstrated by the fact that "Democrats seem to be able to get
they have rushed through the Legisla- together at last on Thomas Jefferson
;ure a bill intemkded to muzzle the adl Andrew Jackson," remarks an ex- -
press. c. tnge. But they draw the line as
We trust indian ComnnssionerJones tit it as ever on coming together on
will not change our old' friend li .ng Democrats. -
ifaih-in-he- Face's ime to"lroty Xide Senator Reed Smoot hastens to coin-
...f hydrgn-inthe-pysiognom.' mend the President's Utterances re-



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23,1903 ,



Medical Records Show That Uric ---
y in Which Much Business Acid in th Blood is a Swift Dr. lcKinstry Says Prospects;
Was Transacted. i Were Never Better.
S-- Agent of Death, ..,--.- .

rints.of This College Want Loca- There is No Strife, but All Are Work-
n of Florida University Decided by om ound ing to the Great End of Educational
Vote of White Citizens'in a Pri- Advancement-An Interesting In-
iry Election-Other Notes. The Popular Spring Medicine, Is the terview.
the Senate Tuesday morning Only Reliable Blood Purlifer. Realizing that Dr. J. F. McKeinstry.
ident Adams named the following who is one of the most ardent adv'o-
Allt'I the springtime deaths from, ae nd te flin ter e-
'M bers'to serve on joint committees I ta e h tes of education in tthe State, had
risit0 tate schools and other insti- poison-uric acid in the blood-are been to Tallahansoe on business which
ions: common. This malignant poison, efflcted E'ast Florida Seminary, thut
p visit Deaf and lind Institute at which should be expelled by the kid- gentleman was sought yesterday at his
,Augustine,8Senators Crews and Pei- neys, is di.fltsed through tho blood, otico and the following Intervieow rol-
k anid when allowed to remain in the ative to the colluo was obtained
o visit the 'State Nornial School at system proves fatal. 'housando of "What was the purpose of your visit
Funiak Springs, Senator Crill. men and women %round us arc now to Tallahasseo?"
^iro visit'the schools at St. Petersburg suffering from kidn/y-poisoned blood. "Senator, McCreary, Major Thomas
Bartow, Senator Faulkner. '' Loss of nerve force; failure of appetite, and myself are a committee on Legis-
consider all measures relative nausea, constipation, pains in the back lotion from the Elove .%sociation, and
rie-districting the State into eight and sido and depressions of spirits, in- we were instructed to go to 'lllahtas-
J dicial districts, Senauors Blount, dicate thliat t-ric acid ia doing its ter- see in the interests ot education in
4w, Wileon of the Fourlth and Wilson rible work. general and the Seminary in partlcu-
tf th e Seventhi district. For such a condition in springtime, lar."
To visit the Florida Coast Line Ca- there is bLt one sure, tried and never- "What was the result of your
1.and Transportation Company, Sen- failing remedy. It is Palne's Celery visit?"
,toi' MacWilliams. This committee, Coinpound, which promptly restores "We found that Senators MuCreary
composed of Senator MaeWilliams the kidneys to health and enables and Adams and Represaetatives Wat-
;jnd Rep'resentatives Floyd of St. them to perform their functions. son, Rivers and Willard had been very
.$,lohns and Roberts of Monroe, will With the kidneys in proper condition, diligent in looking out for those in-
llleave here tomorrow. there cannot remain the slightest trace terests of our school. In fact Sonator
To visit the Agricultural College at of uric acid in the blood. Mr. A. U. McCreary has done all that was neces-
Lake City, Senator Butler. Winters of Cincinnati, 0., w: as sary to do up to the present time. To-
To visit the East Florida Seminary follows about his wonderful gether with Col. Guilliams we con-
; at Gaiflesville, Senator Wilson of the "In. March, 1902, I was du;. -nuly ferred with representatives of those
Fourth districts. ill, and my condition became so alarm- other State schools and wo are all
To visit the convict camps. Senators ing that my family called in a special- working together in perfect harmiiony
Brown and Blitch. ist to confer with our family doctor. with the one purpose ofadvalncing edu-
When Senatoar Carson's bill, todofino I was told that mny kidneys were in a cational interestsand promoting hightur
the grades of instruction which shall very bad condition, and as a conse- education."
be taught in the uniform system of queneo, mny blood waa charged with "Do you find any jealousy existing
.-public schools of Florida; to require uric acid. t was also suffering from between the State schools?"
-.instruction 6T certain grades in cer- rheumnatismn in back and arms. (let- "None whatever, except a friendly
tain schools, and provide for inspec- tilng no positive good from the doc- rivalry, which serves to stimulate thel
-tion, penalties and appropriations in, tors, a friend advised me to make use efforts of each of thle Stato colleges
dentt to carrying the provisions of the of Paine's Celery Compound. The use anl eniminaries to excel in thl quality
4act into effect, was reached, he an- of the first bottle seemed to produce of work done."
bounced that there was sonim opposi- Dnigical effects, and after I had used "Do you think the Legislature will
tion and asked that the bill be laid on five bottles I was strong and well. To- appropriate liberally to State schools?"'
I the table subject to call. day, my blood is pire and clean, appe- "1 find that tho presoint Senato and
Two other bills, upon the sa ub- titoe hearty, I sleep well, and am gain- House are Inore interestod in lgisla-
J ect, were, on request of Senator ing in flesh and strength every day. tion pertaining to education than at
Blount, laid on the table subject to lPailit'i, Clcry Compotind- saved any any previouJl session within lmy re(ail-
call-. life, and I thank God for it. I always leietioi. 'They aru.a aniigniiet iit. lndly
A bill to repeal chpter 420099 of the revommeiiind it to sick peoplee" of representative r'ieni. I alsm Iliad
Laws of Florida palss>ed it tho session -- -- -- ..-- tltmni tiiiti, famiiliar with the ne'ds of(i
.of 1893, entitled an itt to establish tilied to theli S.onAte: tIh tvtral Stttte ehltiols and thi tlis-
'the municipality of Port Tampai. was Joint t resolution bly Mr. HIlrvell, liro- position te'ilus to be to suip)ly alu'l.l
passed by a vote off 31 to 0. polsiig an aiioelltiititl of section 8 nlit'eds to eich of thli Stat )io i)oolIs. Ti'hl
-. In the House. of article 12 of the (Costitutaio, so as ( ovinort i clinined to do all in hiis
B Shortly after the opening of the to permit tiht levy of it three-mill tax power to build Util our educational
orning session in thile H ous Sjl'ake.r for sjp ciali school purposes, ini tittitiis. So I think there is ino
ibboas oanotlu lng committees on thel part of thi' providing that ntiy piersoii disclosing or sit.ilims will be provided with suelh
o0tsec: inakinig known any niess;ag communi- funds as thoir requirentiits demandi"d
o..visit the State Irnanot Asyluin at cation or fact coming to their a-tt rnL- '\hat abotit tho Statll! University
attahoochet, Meissrs. Watson, Drano ti(on or notice hly r.oti.) of their posi- bill?"'
d Johnson of Pasco. tion with a telepholie colipanly, or anl "It sgoeim to be pretty getn' riilly
%To visit the reform school at Marian- individual owning or operaitlig a tele- conceded that the Agricuilturalt Col-
tA rs. Findlayson, Feagle and phone business, shall lbe guilty of a lege will be perinltte(I to change. its
n misdemeanor, and plroscrilbes a peniial- naimse. There is a strontI and growitig
o visit the State Normal School at ty therefor, sentiment for the establishment of a
eFuniak Springs, Messrs. Wilson and A bill by Mr. Jeowell, to amendeclause UJniversity of Florida. In view
"arrish. third of section 4 of an act entitled, of the fact that the State now owns a
To visit Florida Coast Line Canal "An act for the assessment and collee- beautiful tract of land with Inmposing
.lnd Transportation Company, Messis. tioi of revenue, approved June 1, buildings and adeqiUate "t( ilprinet it
|Floyd and Roberts of Monroe. 186." Lake City, thiu: property value of whi |'h
A To visit the Florida Institute for the A bill by Mr. Trammnell of Gadsden, will perhaps reach $#2rA.,(X% said that
Death and Blind at St. Augustine, to be entitled an act to fix and etabth the Agricultural College hln a lxed in-
lMessr. Bullock. Knowles anrd Smith. lish a rule for the measure of da;frtagei come of about Wi,(X'J pier year itd.'-
To visit the State schools at St. in sitits against cornano carriers itn eiundent of applrolrlatritions from lthl
Peternhurg and Bartow, Messrs. Stro- certain eastia. State, no othir school atn -ex tpelt
t ier and Lofton. A bill by Mrr Mate. to le entitled an either the Legislatture or the p H To Visit the Agriculturae College at acnet to prohibit the adultt'ration of go to the gr.at exp[ene of establishingg
Lake City, Me.**rs. Tison and ('trlhin. turpentiie, and to provide f:r a p'ti. a Stitt;, Iu'rive-rity at any other jtJarc,'
..To-visit the college at G(ahiertsvillo, alty for the violation of the stiam. "*Will this legisiltion .ffeet tf* I';,

Messrs. Wall and West. A bill by Mr. Plarrish, to be ertitltid F. H. o tIh'e F"l -C.omniuattee nn genperstl legislation, an act declarinig -the town oaf Sara- "It will not. ai'h of thiise5 .itchol.l
,.on Ith) part of the iHouse: Me-rs. sots, in Manate.o .couty, Florida, to b13 has its a'p'u'hial lKhre of iherti iufn,
Oilchrist, Oren, Wells, .St. (lair- a hlgally incorporated town, aid -it.; "ri.; T .nst Fioridn H J Abramns, VallJraersOi of iatsco, Rivers officers legally elected and qualified. record as ',l htav flx ed its,'lf Irnmly InI
v!1n. Oornto' A bill by Mr. Knowles, to be n- i the aiffectilon of th( e jheoplf and earn,-4
A h fatiotan was read and roefarrt'd titlid an act to amnend .eetiortn 1, 2. 3, the everlatiti gria tittide of th Ptat'
h'e continiittee oft edieaticon, signed i, aaind 6 of chapter 4035, of the Lawit Iffor i having given' to it tu<(ire s -teaftl
"b a tn1umber of students of the East [Florid., etntitled "'an at tfi provid,' lbrnisn, -. a, frofbt',flutsial men 'thin
rliorida SmOinary, as follows a fufr the murnleipal officers of Key West, i any 4irtl'r tv edu "t Whereas. It i the opinion f a a nt2unictpal corporation xieting it, tirn, r ard ft a touch I-vls e.xpens, ht,
'at n '04i'a our people thnt a the county of Moiro 'i, Florida, to pr4.-.1 the ta t, "'
itenv.',irsity i a. leading want of k riri thei r tI* rmisof ofle,- provide for "Did yu visit any of thea oiherState
1l9irida e 1 4etI) on- ;and t-ire dh'c.tion and appoint tmet iid hi?, --
S e%"Whre".. The tSenate hlias pam a reglfla their conpeli nd\ to "Ma jor Thortmni nuid I visited .l ith
looking to th estllabtfihment "of a repe-al etior '2 lid 3 of chapter 3E0(, the fStat <'olHg at la"llahlae.r nd s .d
Ii-i.veetty ad ,''i *. tt oc- Laws of Fiorida the Agrii'tu ,,ltrai Caol.le at le t
the|etwttsaib .*ig Abillby Mll Jew1t(. to ta *nthtl'd CUty. We wer' much pleasertt wMith
d., Thate^sig ascom a* set to ptV1.e for the a*s..inent1 boh Certain, ..oridtas, havi
Iti o* the *Siitgdenots .of Atid i collection of th tlax's of the m mit inmpl ra.ttMt pr-ds ein thwe iUittl I
Beli*itnai, ii eTOp-. of kOrlando and. fuo .tie cof!ctio, -of tions for liuiher tedoeatin, provt oded by
S* ~its -" at.. bIke-k uettie id tax ial' rtiteaes otaxf the Sfat ...u.

i&o:s, M t 1) v rs pil of PolatkI o jr #!",4 1#
H I f A ianl t o pr1 I hbift b- L. l...i..se*hanm' 'i




onnel of o nr student body will comn-
are favorably with that of any school
u the world aund tl he qlli(y it thl
york done now is suiprlor to that of
ty past session!
What are the projects of nnotler
"The Staite will provide us with ie-
omtnlodatiolos for tiot lets ilhai 5t)
tud(Oitt4, anid Stporintitedenit (Ittil-
iatls will oe that tho dtormuitory ea.-



Re-Elected U. S. Senator in Joint
Session of Legislature.


pacity ia taxed." i
D)ws either Tallhmaeo or Lake City Governor Jennings Sands.His Con-
compart favorably with Gainesvillo as gratulatlons to Assembly on Wisdom
i coollego town? Displayod-Senator Mallory, in Elo-
"Only in the pLatr:otisil of tht p'- quent Talk, Expresses Thanks.
ple and their jealousy wheo their
school interests are imperiled. Un(hit (<.St'it to T'e Sun.)
villo ii0 thu idei l e_oollog town atnd I'l')ll tl! p*1'. April 22, Ini .tl. joint
completely O.lt-olases ettheil' i tT'llhhu-. sIshtonl today those v)It of thhe SI lanto
see or Lake City." ttl lHotuset d(lttrd H1on, HSIoplt.n R.
Are you satiis "Pierfecty. Our friend|i in th ht<. itIo- r11
ate andt Legislaturot ar< many. T o (nomiiitttis wri no1 tid to notify
Governor knows the character of our tinliior Mallory uithl tlt, (rovirnor, and
work and thi people are nro will WV tht lhittler, htrthrhlt g hla -s0 0 ,> miittee,
are III perfect h l rtionly with like toigrlrttilhited iltit jitnit sitSe lbly Iu1pon,
Oity, T1lalfltlas'ttoe and Iltrtow., Thero the wisdom of tho cholie.
is no conflict of nterestsl. We artl all Amid str f trwnu p-
doitigdu ad h work and atpll ar)patis- painus, Setiator Mallory wns c eorted
........ . tly t 'he Ionuitlt, inIto thtI prrstntu0 of
JACKSON AND THE BEES. the assembly, utill in a nilloSl and olo-
Took a Contract Which Made H'-n Iliunt ailt ddress hoe ipretsed his thanks
Sorry Before it Was Finished. ltid tlpplrciation for the honor. He
"Great balls of hot stit I rwevihwed tho work of Con(griies,
Murder I! Fire I I I l'm it gotr?I! i vi pecially attftotinig Florida. Thoe
It F r;" and several other oxnltlig Senator was frequently ittorrupted by
exclamRitionii which frightened thole "'hPlUisI".1
in the volinity nearly out of thlier laI theo Smlatet todiy exuelledat work
wit attracted their attention to ain w1ill 11 oo plliplthd thoe tltindir being
animated condition of aiirl on WeVost cl tired ctionplyeto.ly of ntil bills aid
Main strooet ., yesterday at an early rltion on s ond nd third hed
morning hour. It p roved to be an mof- i119"'s lT bill ktinl diultory the
fort of Douglas Jackson, a stntteringl only grtiund fr(r Ivtrce wats dtroated
desoendant of [ltin, who had been oim- in lS 1.tilitit,
ployed by Manager Goodwin of th .. .. .......
telephone exchange to exterminated S'TIAI TAX I)LsTu'cT Pt11ITION
swarm of bees which had industrioutly To the Ittlordtil o lultaltc lstrucitoltoitof At AhliUt
r built a home in ono or the transformer We, tie uinder'.tt lnil voters ani tixwpayotS
boxos of the system. retlifiin the tlto )trttitrv idtorlhted tiH follows:
The beoos wore evidently as full of a'i"""m<'liW it. itll.hwtt olrttor r lhtioliot Tow is'hiti il, to, itih io f t Iltinko .1), e taii.
business na the contractor, for the nio- lnd luiiumillr teiti. m riatt Li) the sLi ,titilast our-
iment ho began "pisteritg" then thuy not ort soi lon is, Towi usiiio 10 south of Itanoe
showed their diapltasi re I by lighting s'1. at. l; I'lH, l i ili tint romlitili t tjorner
01 -t M l. htll M!. Ti)wi411 )!, ) o. i li Ofr ltini /O 21,.
i onto himn regardless of isi ytIlls allit d t; ih ite o wotIn i itLh ilt iinlote postLmlitllo
*illlutl e Ilii t M 0, llttith (at
pleadings for assli tance. Jacksonlio> W l ntiinL.ot ), inea rs, t, oi; tit o tun .itilf-tull
in a predicatmntit for a t llit theilIg ol(1 1.Itw i ti tnof CS tLin 34., 'itwilh it
M, 1ith otl f Ilitt o i Oit. Iti ilt0 WO Nt l ) 1 to tho
vI ated moro than twent ty feot AihovOe s(thItHiiW 'NllNI t iri ir o1 Siti lltin ill, Trolwimtiilp ,
iP F1 , .th, 1 W Iutilf 01), i iti; 1 ,iltfilo It l'tih tU 1 tO1h
the ground, but tl t cit li t i l alu Nidet' (if th (liiof.tilitO lll t i0 0 o1 t I 110 Of Moctlont lU,.
iltlitu ntion wats taken ly tho ipeta titors, 'tT wntMilit H, iiutiti of lt wwho enjoy d thi ) predi nt nt i.- W s tt o oi o -i ti,. i t, n own(,l o Ih tl ,
hitly. hhitsa l il i l t tit on i.h Mointh llii t of M tlei tmli
VhtisTis tioeTkstoii reitltoh d tlho garoiitid 'i'owlt itll t, 's< th, > o(t !ftlt 5 ft l, t >tolloo
hit s phyignornty rsemtlltd t detiformtd t' lio l, '. litt' li il ta allilt' ie
,egg lililt,. "I wants tto rll yeIr pI rini a It lltio ti I lon le t llie t ir th ifliitiO iho itost.l
pie, I d til ido h( ineill st, hutil nt.'' t, ( r4il i'')t tllt ill lvtll< yll ir hiJu iitlla hi ltv lito
hieUs pirolp ri liion ,I o ter ta ia p .ed ll- i *h ti ir ;ii.oiiii l at
h k. 1t',0 li'i, iV il u.V 1 )i il ti1V, .l iiiiit ic I tle t h ii6
ii{tui rtaiiia rkeId Jiat k'li. ti, it hlt prol ii t., i inx m ot oti iiltrlt, f' i i' l t (i'v dl 'd tI rlbh his I ,waim l w ith rtl ar1" lo vi I li t *t i li' 'iti tll it ,ll i't, 1, -uu1tL l>. i int1 l fllor
lvi l l vltit ih l' Itli liel iiitl o i- , n., l
soin halid lb itn l- itttil 'iifught to fluraiahl,. fi' i lti 'a l'l .(!.ij.n (,thlt. itt ti 'a l. t, ti't11 ttiit
i ,r ll4M I .- iil N,).l ; 'i .1i W ilt 4 lsattin ldtlt W 1110
I I. .- I i..t' i',httiff ht io amttim t t for
TO THE YVOUNG M N(.N. i t, i ,,,,.. ,,ri ,. I t.rti ,i u Ih.al ili
lWl.jiv't:ttitlly ttl Witll ,ttl,
Rov. WV. J. .VA'cri' VWtill Dulivar n ;.. .il/ la .>, At ,rll t. itiH .

S ries f O tf S I'ma01 .
th -l'<< 1i t.\ n> xt H.ia l ny I\<',nI 4 It l,'v. ,a v litti(n.
V ,1 ',i >" iTv r. 'l io r lit iili h, \'iI*lt li
at i aIi u- aii i, a rr ri i A l' w
empteci.aliy Io Ithat' on11 1. W .hile D 'ur^"
thi m rvice, is Intond i'd ('s;p, lauitl y toto vv > it Mi m 'a Itirt,
r ncili th thi u iojiect will plr t(rst.iing to th puli blic, land tvilry oil i M^ Isttv,
is corditlly invited Ito ttend, W, S in On ,
The subject fllr next undatilly tuvan- j j t i 'r,
iig will b "Y Y ithli, It's Power mirad Ji it Viiit .
SW i( l aa ts, i iM, a ',
l'oaibilill .'" Th lirgatumenit gproi (t- i.. i'tluirv lilti, ,
itst to1.- bh a very itmpreou< ilvi.t otIia i jnd n ;a I t.. l'".r 14,
goad atl it greglatlln will 1. idonitI Ial| .'rel t A )ji 4o'ilt
thell laitlor. j tI i t,, 4tI,,
M r C'itrpollInti r daliv red thii 0i l* ht I '. %iaia;i l i n r
itneriv' fI Of Ielt ii rftio' o r alirnp os in Orl i Ii r a''liv i11*0I.
liiituo several larail lmtotithis agiK all ,aof which a' ,'h i.,l n,'"m.
wetr, wa'll irae'1'i lv-ed antd tl(a!ormp(linlt-td J, i .
a gr' i J." M ;itY .ltvau ,".
The Cows Arei Fine. jI 4 "'
"Niol withtio ilitinllhtgt that i anit hat! d t i" ;. (i'twmia
Nti t silj.at''t "It l t' t loni uit l d tuit i'laint j l t A < Alt ,
Irilp to thim city frof Tail tulwn oin , i. l,
of a |}j. ,'t' l unit r ;l- it're if ~low I llII'tr-L4I 1, SW VVatlni'
'h'1i% l itt t4lit .'nt' CauIpuIfit by Major 0jr s, i Jltt,,
-. It. i'ii-.n was l milked yestoe rdl iy 0, a i't4l Wit,
ni orniea$' a Irh i i a ri ii f d'li4 ion' t iui H
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T'i e reep-spti Itlast 0 1ghtI t' r 'd to M thy inan ial .m.tat.' t (on.ty
Mr. ltiid lrs. T '1 hay lay he .a14r- -. leTard la *hiyill' .lastra'Ptih
( "i, e' rke rta M a 'ait .y etf tl I'rt'ad iy . ,| ^ ,t a , ,-' al, ,t i t "
ti'rian eitK rthal, soaia ttil d 1'y thl I elpiia cta' a n . '- - .
Ifands of this chie ah w a pro. o- u us : '" t I
th w A on S ll I I l ,,nsija, t', r t;' a... ,', t .
at~th iu I l Cawt i .ltl Y uiti I k, "'Y f,- 'i- lilt 5'ii tS

fine xioi-i. I ht parties f Ot, s thil pfrogv flioj a ,*i.. m eta, iul 'I4 1 t ''a '. i
are to N m "OWr' ,' a. . a ..'.. "tl.i i i;

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60ttles oy. It eular Stx, hojdg 29 times asmuch asthe trial siz wbhi
SMMr^la t en seols or 50 cMs., C A.
:"*p- ee eve only by M. C, DWITI 0, CO.,CHICAGO.


Tired Stouinah
Weak, to41,u ch
Gas on Stom .h
Puffed Stomach
Nervois Stonmach
Catarrh of the Stomnach




Wants to Appropriate $40,000 for
S an Executive Home.


The Members of the Legislature Re-
turn From Their Jdaunt to Pensacola
and Settle Right Down to Business.
Short But Interesting Session.
fMonday, the legislators returned
from Pensacola and other points, and
S hnh branihea held; sessions hberinningf

at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
In the Senate, Senator Gillon of the'
Fourteenth district introduced a bill
to create a commission to investigate
all claims against the Indian war
claim fund. The firs* paragraph reads
as follows:
"That a commission, to be composed
of five persons, three of whom shall
be lawyers, to be appointed by the
Governor, is hereby created, whose
duty it shall bo to immediately inves-
tigate all claims of every character
whatsoever against the Indian war
claim fund, including the claims of
Messrs. Walles and Beard, and report
to the Governor at as eurly a day as
practicable their conclusions of the
law and fact upon each and every item
of claim that may be presented I'or the
consideration of said commission."
The bill further provides for ani appro-,
priation of $6,000, $1,000 onch for the
0oomn.issioners, $500 for a clerk and
$400 for a .stenographer and other
items. It also provides that the Su-
premo Court shall pass upon the find-
ilngs of the commission, and that the
Governor shall finally report to the
Other bills introduced wore, one by
oenator Gillen, to authorize judges of
clreutt.. courts to employ stenog-
By Senator Watson of the Seventh
distrIot--l'o legalize a recent bond
election in Bartow for improving
streets, installing an electric light,
plant and a sewerage system ; also to
provide for a pension for Gen. J. J.
Findlay and Oon. William Miller, thel
only two Confederate generals now
living in Florida, granting them $50
each per month.
By Senator Dimick-To ninend sec-
tions 2205 to 2207 of sub-chapter 2 of
the Revised Statuten in relation to
building and loan associations.
Senitoor ilarris, joint resolution re-
questing Congress to call ai clnstitLu-
tional convent io to propose an amiuiend-
lment to the Constitution of the United
BStates making United States senators
elective in the several SLiAtes by direct
vote of thQ t'oploe, was passed by ait
vote of 21 to 3.
Two bills making appropriations to
build ( Governor's mansion came utp
for consideration, under second read-
ing, A committee substitute was read
providing for the appoilifi'nenit of a
oommtisi0n and appropriating 410,000.
.Sentor MaoWilliams' bill provided
for an pp riopation of #35,000; the bill
introduced by Senator Law provides
for an appropriatton, of $25,000. It
will be aeeni by the committee report
iand substittIte that a larger sum is
recommended, andit itemizes th'e
amounts to be pa4d for Jloation, build-
leg adl furplhi..'.' -
luAtos Rane .6objeced to the word&
i the suba1fti1*t oth l 0- reason
'*' a h. m A Ia aud '.aAi: h alinild i

it to leveW

ted to tihe committees. The Senate
evidently Intends to pass a bill appro-
priating $40,000 for the purpose. After
advaineing several bills from the second
to the third reading, the Senate ad-
journed until tomorrow morning,
In the House.
Ip the House Doctor Webbh of St.
Johns secured the passage bf a reso-
lution ordering that 200 copies of the
medical examiner' bill be printed.
A resolution introduced by Mr.
Baker of Clay was also passed notify-
ing the Railroad Commlssioners to re.-
quest the offceres of the Seaboard Air
Line railway to endeavor to remedy the
evilof water hyacinth obstruction at
Among bills introduced was one by
Mr. Baker, to prohibit the sale of do-
mestic wines from midnight Saturday
to midnight Sunday.
By Mr. Drutne-Providing for a pen-
ally for selling liquor in certain cqun-
ties voting against same.,
By Doctor Webb-A bill against
adulteration of food and drugs.
By Mr. Smith-To prohibit shooting
of alligators.
Captain Johnson's memorial to Con-
gress, asking that the lands belonging
to the United States and held for the
State for school purposes be granted
to the State, was passed.
Mr. Trammell of Polk secured the
passage of his memorial relative to
the issuance of United States licenses
to sell liquor in dry counties by a vote
of 54 to 0,
The joint resolution proposing .un
atmendment to section 6 of article 8 of
the Constitution, increasing the term
of county oflicers from two to four
years, was passed.

Mrs. Susan Snow Pays Glorious
ute to Departed Friend.


On the eleventh of March, A. D.
1903, my darling friend, Mrs, J. B,
Whildein, was laid to rest in- the come-
tery of Hawthorn, where, as Miss Sallie
Waits, she had formerly lived.
It ee00111to mi that it was one of
God's blessings that she should have
over lived here, for we all loved her.
"To know her was to love her." She
always had a sweet, welcome smile
and kind word for all, and she was
often the moans of bringing cheer to
hearts that were troubled, and smile
to faces that were esad, by her bright
She was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, W. J. Waits of 'Fairitinks. (Oh!
how I sylmpathize with those two dear
old people' in their sorrow. But may
God bless and comfort then, and help.
them to say, "God's will, and not ours,
be done, for Gtod doeth all things
well," and when thoy are laid to rest
may they meet. again around outr
Father's throne, where thert will in-
111 inore p rtini ig, no more sut)rr.)w amd
no ilore death, bitt alil will I)e perfect.
love aidtl happineitss, and thlten we shall
love her butter anld Imore perfectly and
know as we are known.
She died in Tampa, Fla.
Everything was done that human
hands could do to prolong her life, but
God saw fit to take her from us just it,
the prime of life, in her twenty-ninthi
She leaves a husband, parents,
brothers, sisters, anid many friends to
inourn her death,
Since her marriage she has li\;ed in
niany lifterent place in the Staie, aind
some oqe always had a heIartaUle anul
tears that they eould ntot keep back
when shie would go to leave a o0111-
In unity.
May God in his own good time bring
cotmfort to' each relative and friend.
and heal the wounds that no ea rthly
bi an heal., Saus xow,
aA1r 5 .
W6 "oti pifl IS-.

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scnbes:-'i~..'.,"ii"' ''

The eminent 'Dr. E. H. Hayes of Wdshington, D`,.; ., in
an autograph letter to one of his professional friendSa;s ::
In number of- chronic cases, after exhausting the materla triodica ftoi'
even palliat measures, with negative results, I have prescribed 'Kdol with
marked and: Increa1g benefit, from the first dose until the stomach's disability
Shas been permanently remrioved. .My experience in a general and hMospitl
practice dates from '1872.and am positive that of all the digestants pre-
scribed In those thirty years, none in my hands has proven so thoroughly
effective. Physicians will serve their patients' best interest to put them on .
Kodol for indigestion and all of Its distressing symptoms, regardless of the
code of ethics."

Kodol Digests What You Eat--.Makes the Stomach Sweet.

m -C0 L.W L UTo U


NER Case Prepared Against Rev. Paul MANUFACTURERS OP *--,1,^
im n James Francis. :'
New York, April 20.-It it now poso.
Will tively asserted that the Rev. Paul
James Francis, minister general of the
Order of the Atonement, with head-
quarters at Garrison, is to be brought ,
to trial. a
ENATE Papers In the ease bav been pro-
paTed, it is stated, by Bishop Colemain,
en Mr. of Delaware, in which diocese the Rev.
ated as Mr. Francis is canonically resident. .
imb, a Bishop Coleman's charge is the P'
teaching of the Rev. Mr. Francis, Who. .u.i. .:
has for some yeawr openly advocated 4
the Episcopal church acknowledging and Building Material,
Senate the Roman obed,:ence and precuring e HA .' "& O
y sepp-pardon for the sin of having denied, CHAil.lSTON, S 0 ,
y sepf- tor some hundred years, the spiritual .
r supremacy of the pope of Rome. A Sash, Weig UO i
y was leader of the Catholic party in the
Senator Episcopal church, resident in this city, .A.:0,r
ich re- is quoted as saying concerning the
ator H. Rev. Mr. Fra cis and his teachings: Ci. ,
me were "Catholics of the church have no ,:,e
le vote sympathy with the position taken by
the Rev. Mr. Fra.ncs, and his order of E. X. HACKER ProwrIetor
ry wa the atonement. There is. no element
ott among us who dlcke union with the
nottM church of Rnme. Neither is there NOTICE OF APPLICATION T'FOR TAX
inat o agitatn In counr similar to DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTEM,1
n agitation Inthis country similar to 48 8LAWS OF FLORIDA. -
y Rep- that which seems to obtain in England. e is hereby iven that T. V. Port
rough, Indeed, Catholics deplore such teach-. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 4s,.dated th .
of De- ingn as Mr. Francis puts forth even '2d da of July. A. D. 1900, has fied said certifa-
A than others. ate In my oe, and has made appileation for
A rip- more than others. tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said .jo.
by the "Somebody gave Mr. Francis. a icertiflcate embraces the followin described .
a .b ut in at miy a ort ab a $30 property situated in Alachua county, Florida.
ashiig= mountain at Gat-rison worth about $300 towit: ... .' .
ahlachi- and, upon the one side of it he has es- All Block 2 except Lots 1. 2, 3 to Denton, and
alachl Lots 3 and 4. Block 3, and Blocks 4.5. 6, 7, and
altchd tablished a monastery, so-called, and Lots i2. ;. 4lockS. and Blocks 9, 12.13, sub-
esulted upon the other side his sister, under division of Lots 3 and 4. in Township 10, Range,.
Senator a second 19, 2911 acres. '
Sa second Order of Atonement, has es- The said land being assessed at the' dateO ?
tablished a mother house." the issuance of such certificate in the name of
a fliali dBurnett & Carlisle. Unless said certificate -
final sall be redeemed according to law, tax deed
lorida's SITUATION IN VENEZUELA. wm ssue thereon on the 3d day of May,
A. D. 1903. :l
toph ---- Witness.my official signature and seal this
Present Prospects Brighter---Favorable the 30h day of March. A. D. 1903.
lent o, Sentiment Toward U. S. Clerk Circuit Court Alachua County. Florida. -
roceed- New York, April.20.-A wonderful Pcr Wienges.D.O..
'action- change in popular feeling and a re- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
markable growth of sentiment favor. DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTIER
ay, and able to the United States are reported 4888, LAWS Cq FLORIDA. :
by Minister Augusto F. Pulldo, recent- Notice is hereby given that J. W. Oa.r-
grat etuneter, purchaser of Tax Certifieate No. 8Sm,
ngratu- ly returned from Oaracas, whither he datedethe 4thday of July. A. 1D. 1898, hasled
went to consult with President Castro said certificate in my ofle, and has made ap-
plic.tion for tax deed.to issue in aecordano.
ILLE. concerning the Venezuelan negotia- with lw. Said certificate embraces the fol..
tions with the allies, and to get Pres- lowing described property situated in' acehus
county. Florida. towit:
t Burg. lden t Castro's approval of the refer. 27 acres bounded north by Thrasher. west
B ence to The Hague. and south by J. W. Carter. and east by 0. W,.
0 Merry, 27 acres.
Minister Pulido says he found a The said land being assessed at the date .pI
Laura wonderful change in public sentiment. the issuance of such cortiicate In the name o i
friends The Germans are not molested, but h be redeemed aeordin to
the resentment of their share in the tax deed will isue thereon on the 2SdA day oi
A ApriIY A. p 19* 3.
Moon in blockade sla very keen. On the other Witness my ocrlital signature and seal this
School. hand, the United States has gained thes21stday of March. A.D 1903. ,".
in her wonderfully in public estimation, and Clerk Circuit Court Alaechua Couty la.
ought to gain in commerce as well. Per S.. WiH. engtes, D. 0. -|
The people of Venezuela are anxious ---.- -
James, to encourage Amertican capitalists to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ''
S. at come there. They are deeply Inter. 48 LAWNS 01 S IOD8 OF HAP .
ts, Mr. ested, sao, In the fate of the canal ..I e is b I tAto
ace last treaty with Colombia. and they hope purcha.or of Tax Certificate No. 102 dated
the Penenm canal will be built and t day of Ju A. D. 18 has led
-d rela- the trade route with the Pacific coast licttlon for taxdeeld to issue in accordance
Be* with lw. Sai (.,rtiltcate eitibrndes the fol-
Spires Ope'ned p. lowing tescrilbed proerty situated In Alachua
"As for the revolution in Venezue county. Flor.ta, toWit: -
n Spent everythi' g is calm," asserted Mr Ltaf..-. at .thel .1 o.
.. Pulido. "There .are Insurgents in1 the issuni,,eor such certificate iun the name o0^^^"^^
ay with the mountains 70 miles from Caracas shall r(ereeed .lw. ded
i.* at Bolivar on the Orinoco, but at pres- wi isue theren n tiav 17th day of Mt |
r. J. eat they are not being molested. A t my orficitl si t seal
ill. *Ve Trade is picking up after the prostra- the 1thday of Apiuil, A. I). l 'L s .'l

yLes ofWasbhingtounDC. P2r

r+rrmr*n--fr~t~m~~c*C.--71771-'~:T.~'~~ _r___r I---i



Re-Election at Tallahassee
be Easy Thing.


Ripple of Humor in House Wh
Ware of Washington Nomin<
His Opponent Hon. J. N. Coo
Republican-Vote Sixty to On
(Special to The Sun.)
Tallahassee, April 21.-The
and House voted ah noon tpdal
rately for United States senator
Senator 'Stephen R. Mallor
nominated in the Senate by E
E. B. Bailey of Monticello, whl
ceived the hearty second of Seni
H. McOreary of Alachua. Ther
no further nominations, and th
was unanimous.
In the House Senator Mallo
nominated by Represent ative S(
Lofton of Escambia, which nom
was simultaneously seconded b:
resentatives ,Wells of Hillsbc
Johnson of Liberty, Gilchrist
Soto, Webb, Abrams of Lake.
ple of humor was introduced
nomination by Mr. Ware of W
ton of Hon. J. N. Coombs of Ap
cola, a Republican. The vote r
in sixty to one in favor of
In a joint session tomorrow
vote will be east re-electing Fl
distinguished senior senator, S
R. Mallory.
There is a noticeable comm
today's quiet and dignified p
ings, compared with the fierce f
al contests of previous years.
Senator Mallory is in the cit
hoe is the recipient of many co'
lations from his friends.
Pointed Paragraphs From. Thai
People Who Come and Gc
Jonesville, April 21.-Miss
Long of Kissimmee is visiting
and relatives at Jonesvillb.
Miss LeonaHolder of Half t
attending the Gainesville High
We wish ht11 much success
W. IIt. (Grifin and brother
who are attending the E, F
(Gaineaville, visited their paren
iaud Mrs. J. I. Grillin, of this pl
I.. L. Knight of Osceola visited
ivvs, thu family of Mr. J. W.
i f this plta ,, last Sunday.
Miss l,iz:1 o Rain of Half Moo
last Sat irdt,ty night and Stindi
AMis .L C'Joltsa Spires of Jonesvil
Jus. \\. Griffln, son of M
(irillin, is at his home very i
hope that lie will soon be ou
aund able to return to the E.
G(ainesvi llI .
George Didn't Done It.
"I didn't done it," good na
remarked Engineer George L
the At iant ic Coast Linoe, who i
latest the throttle of the big mu
tween Hi igh Springs and Citra,
day, in reference to the statem
Tihe Sun accused a spark from
gime of igniting the Endel
\Vest Main street, Monday.
.'",gimtr Lyuns stated thai
giue wail equipped with a sp
r-stert of the latest design, a
it would be itnpotbilehi for a i
leave the smokestack "large en
ignite aiy:thking... -:'-


it again tion ,incident to the blockade. I could clerk Circuit Court Athun COUn- I
F. S. at not find any instance of absolute star. Per S. Hi. Wlienesa.D 0. '
nation; there is less luxury, less di ''' ..1., _
play but that any one was without NOTICE FOR 1PUB3LICATION.
bread I did not hear." U. S. Land Ole at Gailnesvle ,
ituredly Notice is hereby given that the fo1lowIA
ea f B1d Weather Spolls Naval Review. naedettler id..nitee o inento
.oS Valetta, Malta, April 20.-The Britthatke fin ..wh ma bre riswmae br ,i s.
'laalpu- warship Victorious, -which had aU4 "" eceler 3it toaitlesville .In., t -_
ogul be- been ordered to sail for Greece, owla1 9, .10. viz: lle, la, on a r
yester- to the threatening aspect of affairs in SAtX-l P. NrPPR. of Newtberry. l ft,-
ent that the Balkans, sailed during the nigh is~ ..... for LOt o settlon to. Tp. 10os, A
his en- fof Volo, Greece. The naval review ;Hq names the forlowing Witness to
house, 'an4 other coremonles planned for to of on laend en.e upon ac tao
dayr In honor of the visit of King iW- h Richtrd Henry. Aex Perry, Sr Arlex. Wen
t his en- wmya were ecoUtermanded in conse Jr ston r-aser- n es
ark ar- qe.m of the 6 weather. ---
d that's hereby ethat ett
ark to o o Fishing Cei Lost istrat therest riven tei i e"
spa.rk. to a 1e ., Aprt: 20.-T ceasedt' estt h ~ teoe
oungh W to shs todoe capo^ nrcusewax ewaen i
'" ''*.:-'-*, ,^.^ ''*paw ^L~i:****~h^'iicih'~^'t^t^M *r~, L,^ 'L ..w-d ftIll rf~i -l- >* *"/;1t^^'lB %



t on Erie Railroad at


ra Collides With Freight
;terward Take Fire and
ra and Two Coacheis *-
t-Two of Train Crew

meetoi N, Y., April 21.-Five
angers &4ta brakeman lost their
t'i a wre'lt which lecurred egrly
ar on the Eria rallroad at Red,
H s, N. Y., about 8 rinles from Sal.
anca.... A height train-which had
ers to take a aiding to allow the
ibuled limited express, which left
Icago yesterday and was due In
w York this afternoon, to paas
ough, an accident to a coupling, had
.lled to clear the tnaun track, when
he express train came along.
iLThe result was the rear end colli-
>STplo, in which two women and* a lit,
t'tle girl and two men pasenge:-rs on the
express and a brakenran on th3 freight.
train lost their lives, the passen,;ers
' being burned to death by the flames,
'which destroyed three slee-pers and
two coaches. An express messenger,
u.snwcd Gabriel, had hi'f-leg crushe.i,
ia nd Fireman Bell, of the passenger
t'ira.in, was badly burncd. So far the
^ vameOs of the dead have not been ae.

New York, April 21.-A report wag
.reelvel today at the offices of the
Srie railroad -that the ves'twbuled lln,
ited express which left ClAtiago for
New York at 10: 30 a. m. yesterday was
w ecked about 3 o'clock thi amorning
Sit Redhousfe, N. Y., S miles west of
alrmanaca. by colliding with a freight
train, and three passengers wero
burned to death In the flames, which
,destroyed two coaches and three sleep
ea All the other passengers eatse.i
4, but Fireman Bell and ,xpress Mes.
Mseger Gabriel were seriously injured.
The three pass-engers hurnel were
two women andl a ohild, who got on the
tralina at Youngstown, 0., and were go.
-ng to Olean, N. Y. Their naunes
were not given in the report. The
traln was due in New York about 3
o'clock this afternoon: At lledhotise
Sit was to pass a freight, bhut before the
freight had got on the siding and clear,
ed the main track, the express appear.
ed and the tolllsiont occurred. An in.
f restlgatlon was ordered. A new train
was made up to bring the surviving
passengers to New York.
Cleveland, O., April 21.-Advices re.
celved at the headquarters of the Eir'le
railroad here show that In addition to
the death of two women and a child
in the wreck near Salamanca, the
bodies of two men, l)urned to a crisp,
have been taken from the day (oach,
Nothing was found by which they
could be identilfed. A r'akeinan on
the freight train named Holchkiss was
also killed.
Investigation shows that the two wo.
nmen and child killed were not from
Youngstown, but came in over the
i pittsburg and Lake Erle road to the
Latter city, where they boarded the
E rie train for Orlean, N. Y. It is be-
lievK. they came from Pittsburg of
too g point near that city. The fire
deliyrtment from Salamanca reached
A4fl scene of the wreck on a special
train at 9 o'clock and soon had sever
at streams playing on the burning-
caMr. Five of the cars in the pasmen.
ger train were completely destroyed.
They wore the sleeper Leon Rubens,
Cloverdale, a combination car anri a
ladies' day coach. The freight tratl
was made up largely of ears loade-dl
with hard coal, 'many of them being
entirely consumed. The wreck o<-
eurred during a dcnso fog. the passen,
ger train "side swiping" the freight
while the latter was pulling on a id-
ing. --
Young Man Kllts Himaelf.
Birminghamn. Ala., Apsril 21.-At the
Ilrkier Cptton Mills; 3 miles from Mo-
bile. Jake Saxton, a young white man
committed suIcide by means of strych
nine, It is lernied that Baxton had
a falling out with his betrothed, and.
-1A a -fit of garier, married another girl.
-It was a-' lse of married tin haste and
equally hasty dissolution of the
tal rel atUons. Saxtont wa 25 ye ar

tley Vie', Sire* Iak Tvk u' alrod

electric brake refualutg to work a
c:roded \esteirn Lvie crar or the
Pittsburg' Railway.,ompany ran away
on Jeediral stret. A eshaxy, wreced
a carriage, broke throuo'- the safety
gates 6f the Fort W asik) rnn'.wad, d6-
railed a fast-lmoving freight traln and
then went to pieces Alnimct a.ll of
the forty five passengers aboard rtb
car were hurt, though outly ,ne fatally.,
The names of thbie requ'lnaA the at-
tention of a physician are.:
H. Hirfech, hurt lnternally, severall
ribs 'broken.; will probably, d.ie M'r e.
Emiim Lowe,. hutt titernalIy; condi.-
tion serious. J. 1R. Mitthell, wife andi
Infant, badly 'bruied and shocked Sl3t
phen Harrison, both w1rL-ts sprained,
flruce Harrison, scalp amnd face cUit.:
C. A. Rider,- M. Le-mana, Mrs. Vassel
DIel, John J.opp,Cllarence J. Muchrani,
Mrs. Ei'ni a Booth.:
All suiltred severe cuts and brut s.
When the motormamn tiled to minke
the safety stop on the steep grade at-
Stockton xvenmiue, he tounm, the power
brake was useless and the car boyonud
control. It had 125 yards to go be-
foi iachlin the glteA of lt i ad,
w'hic h were down to k.t a fiel -i t trail]
pass. The big car ga,!ned monimen-
tumn every second. lHarry C-mtlin was
trying to get his carriage off the tri. k,
but fil,.,d, and it w'a"s w.ceked (t(ln.
pl tely. The car dashed thronth the
sally gates, struck an empty iefriger-
ator car in the moving freig)tt t-a!n,
turned it over and derailed asevermal
other (ars,
By this time the trolley car was, a
,wreck itself, and its passengers wore
strewn in all directions, the wonder
bulngb that there were not rmauy fatal.
ltlea ,

Coal Roads Merger.
New York, April 21.-Acting upon
the advice of Attorney General Knox,
the interstate commerce commission
will meet in this city tomorrow and
begin an Inquiry In-to the ini'rger of the
coal roads. The report Is confirmed
that President Baer, of the leadl-ng
company, who In also head of the Tenm.
ple Iron company, has been served
with a subpoena and will be called up-
on to tell of the operations by which
the Temple Iron company controls the
coel carrying roads. It is understood
that the subpoenas have been liWsued,
a-x! it Is the purpose of the commnis.
sion to learn definitely what violation
there Is now of the Inteirtate comup
merce and particularly what violation

under the recent amenIdments paRtltd '
by con gr'etl.

Acetylene Wrecks Building.
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 21.--T'he
postoffice building In 1Hi11 Olty, a sub
urb of tiis city, was wrecked this
morning by an explosion of acetylene
gas while thl generator was being re-
filled. John C. Knodidler, the piurtl )
ear In charge of the work. and Sanm
'Thomnas, a negro Janitor, wore badly
burned and otherwise injured. The
building was occup-ellh by the postofllcc
drug store of S. W. Ault and secreel
society lodges,
Bank Clearings.
Birmliglifam, Ala., Aprll 21.-The'
Birmingham Clearing association to
day made another splendid report oW
bank clearings of this city, The re
port show big gains for the week ai'
compared to the clearings the amm
week '"ast. year. The clearings
amounted to $1..67,639.95; amne day
last month, $173,460.09; same day las i
year, $186,460.63; '1learings this week
$1,288,164.01; same week last year,

To Entertain Roosevelt.
Tbitte. Mont., April 21.-Praildent
Roosevelt Will be the guest of the local
labor unions during a portion of the
time he expects to spend here May
27. He has accepte'd the levitation
of the silver bow trade and labor a-.
sembly. In all probahbllity prepara-
tlons. will be made at onre to s.tt-r.
tain the president at Columbia gar.,
defns, though definite arrangements
have not yet been mado

New Star Routes. In North Cairlna.
Raleigh, N. C.. April 3l.-Post.mnater
C. T. flailey who is mpaYnmastr for all
the rural free dellvery routes In the'
stat'-, is n1infi d thal.t Wd w ro3mt e b-
gan April 1, makinttg the total In th,
state now 312. ie pays '0 or 4-t
more will be put on In May. Post.
fitAter fBltaly 1 now payylng out $180,
000 a year to these arr



VTwo Feet Deported In the


Fierce GQles Pr tirate Splendid Trees
Dating from the Time ofFPrederick
the Great-Imperial Wild Park Dam-.

Telin, Anrll 21.--The gale of Sun1- .
day wrouaiht such havoc on th '
grouids at ,Potedainu that a full tport ,t
oi the t object ihas been te lgraphied
to lnmpTror Willitm, id lty .ilt'pl'edli
tree dating iro-l the tine, of reldoe-
lol the threat were utpro iud. 'T'ht
lutiral v wllt plArk; was aleo .surlouu-
ly d:uNriage d. .
l hour.,. All the trains Ir: PV i'oii,
Sllesciat and Ihnst and \\e'st" Irtus.ula
are lu;' s late. Many tt'r W luitvOIe lA bt C'eln 'itdl In the snow.
The t hirty-.six-houtm anowstno:m ovor
trld u( t l:i ;lop coltd td.aiy l (iy-
light. Tlhi enow its 2 ,Ilichtkh- deep In
IrUlin. incriasil.ng to 3 ft-t In lth
l-Harta h21ighlands. Snow lih's deep lii
east I'russia and Polaldt w iore the
wire ar;' t downt and ftrali's aret dely'.
ed. T1o t41 n ipera>tunre In Uost ,t irt.s
Is anrely below frreezng iloint so that
t0ho d-iiage to the fruit crosl1iiAliy) not
IL Serloiius. The snow i mnolting rap-
Idly aind sti-eata are already IltoX)lldng.


Defendant Gr, -.,,rmewhat Tanjled Up
On C; rxamiatlon.
F'rank'ort., .- April 21.- Jaomes I.
Howard, on i:,. !on the clhar'ge of kill-
ing Governor Goebel. took the witnes"t
eta-nd again today fort further cross-
eXamiii1ation. The witness dthelav;d
he was in, the Board of Trada hotel
when the crowd pa-se-d h--arlig the
wouiidod man. lie could give no d e.
BerI',tion of the manner In which (Go-.
bel v-!ias Ieing carried and'got. (on-Widor
ably taingl'd on thia point.
Mrs. H en-ry IE. Youtsvy Is hero and
will bo called by th- defet'nso to conW
tradhit her husband as to his confes-.
sion madule on the witness stai I In the
lloward trinl.
Yout.m'y's b'rotl'r.in-luaw, itil(nk r It,
H. Witlierhspoon, of Winch lster, intd
other relativ-es are also hlire for the
same a lrir> "e. i


Case of Rufus Cantrell Called In In.i
dianapolis Criminal Court
Indianir .p<)ll:., April 21.--- Thic : ,i of
itufus C'alntreill, confe,. ired 'Itign or to0(
nei- gro ghouls." walt i'tilled ftior t 121. to-
day. Sam MarILtin, the llr- it the
gang to bo called, w d,w e1on't I 1 i:t
Friday anid will le sgli w,-iin'tld ,1114

weo. "-* --
When the trial was calloil In the ,
crimnl,-til court thiti morning by iSp-..
cial Ju.Kdge (.htrltn iF'. O 1ffin. tit- di L-
fornse tomiltiair.ed the court wilh ia nim,
her of mol.lon, all of which were over-.
ruled. A special plc-it of nsanrity wate
themn filed by the defense and a plilao
of not guilty (it*lrred. 'tho Indict-
mert under which (aAntrell I lto he
trie-l charge, hlim with stealing, c-on-1
<0allng and having in his poastt!lon -TU Gl
and pr vOetm
the bodty of ltomoe Nold-ln-ger, tolo from Pleasar.t' 11111 remetAery atid with mal la o*n11
conspiring to (comillt a felony.
Disease Killing Slhep.
Balt LALke, Utah, April 21.--Iletweou Fn
the ravages of an usually seven rii
winter and the breaking out of a n *
lignant disoase known as "big hef.1'
among their flock wIthin the past f-lwv
weeks, the tsheepnien of Utah, sooth
ern dahio and eaterr Nevada a.I GA
afraid that by the ttnie tbhy gtt thit
tbheep to the summer grazing grotinhl,
their lom'.s will ,amount to jbout ,, IGES
per < S'hnl. Should thl estimate be cor
rect, t he los In .ttah alone wil!!I
amount to about .1,.00,000 himd, A.lvit''.
Many Collieries Shut Down.
PAot!svtile, Pa.. April 21-O- f the -1
collieri"es of thel Philadelphiti a1rt
Ra-adclX gCo al ant Iron company, nll
bu 11 art Oftit down trotay owir- g
the nemlplfo) a t bilng ?tokiid tt ,y "t11,r
order of tj'. c'mfuirtny; In i)< ilhb
candoah anti Mshomi!-y, rtglons, the<
stort I'm enter, all of the t R( dtlons areO lr:.-d. 'lUpwards of o,0s)
wmlutr worker are Ito'ktl out by tirt
eomtnany ahrs

A Pea'mant Lemon Tonjic'
For biliouait.tess, ontt" iiwtltin and appendlFitia. For tndtloe ton,,.sticc it
noirvoum h~dwlahe, 'F ior skt oe'ichnlewum!, itrvouslltIle and heart hilluh i re !
For lever, chills, debIlity amid kidney dl inst'es, talte ]otio tlir. '.
-. Ilrt. MIohly 's lcnoito Etliir is prlrpar'od frotnt.-lhe frt'th lei bitned with otiler v g, Ial'), iltvvr it .Io-, itnd wl ill noil tial you in anty of the t-
att(tve.tinut'd d isctasmt. .O certst tnid 'l.0( li3tl l i il orugit dr gglts.,
IPrl'prted oil3 by b r, lH. Mrlh'y, Athilita. (0a. ."-

I fully dilorse it for tervo ve pi is lrotr en, heMadlnIch' iligest.tiot l and cI'on-
St ipo li.o haivingu.', At d it, w hitih nint., s ii~iw'lctotry rv, tls, )ftr i! l iti r vrmli
d ,.:th > t fU ,,l ,.. \V. K Ml ll a .

,O>zlov',1s 1 11 t0i1 i 1'ts8

1Ad nil t 1roat til tl disd", s. l1 'itii t !'wl d ri' h tli le.
2 co~ nt? ait dru g'.gist vr. Pr' nart.l onh 1 l r i. 1 M ,ibrl, t, At I iita t, a.

*rsil~nfntum, O~iirrhoe, DOyfj~vitndthe lIowsl TreulJ]e

**t upon T Sto M* D.. t s. Loul tF.

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I tu 0tw- or iuit, of rirwe ro ,mis s11 (uttan itite*
Si(, "i ae IKHJs O i free. l Fir t ffers
t ).by :r^ or wiro. I rrowndl-

W1' )' TT'^"\

JacksorivIlle Fin.est


ornula tes the story: ..FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND

ov S Chr m C 0ll r0 DODGE CULLENS, wners and Propristors

MM PtRIct P S V AN BARK uid tfrrct POPLA* BARK .... --................. ......... -............ ii.
IM ..ct BLACK ROOT luid Detract PR- ASH BARK

Sthe Chis that other Cill Tonics Is 't Cure.
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P r YW. e im!- m
ol utely Pure




matters of General Interest Oath.
ered by Our Reporters.


Mrs. Dr. Roberts of LaCrosse was
among those who favored Gainesville
with a visit yesterday. She came to
consult Dr. Pierson in regard to some
dentil work.
From Wednesdayias Daily Sun:
Mrs. A. A. Taylor of Rocky Point
made. a brief visit to friends in this
city yesterday.
Miss Maggie Belle Taylor has accept-
ed a stenographic position at the law

What as happened and What i ong ofice of C. Thomas, .. e reports a steay movement
Wht Has Happened and What GoingJacksonville, who of beans and cucumbers from his sec-
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs well known in this ty, passed tieon, both of which are apparently
So That "He. Who Runs May Read" through the city yesterday en route to bringing good returns.
ItIn The Sun. Ocala. George A. Byles, who for the past
'0iom Tuesday's Dily Sunst FV. J. Hammond of Hawthorn, one of season has been the efficient principal
S. I. Griffin of Jonesville was trading the progressive young business men of the Kirkwood school, was in the
in the city yesterday. that town, made a brief visit to the ity yesterday. He was en route to
his home at Windsor,' his school hav-
ev, L. R. Lynn of Mikesville is via- county capit yesterday. ing closed on Monday one of the most
itIng.frlends in this city. W. P. Lee of Sanderson arrived n successful. termsiin its existence.
i ,j-. B. Dell of Hague Is on a brief the city yesterday. He was en route Rev. J. B. Holleyof the First Bap-
S visit tohlit parents In this city. from Tampa, where he has been on
isit to his parents in canopy bulnss, and took adv itago of an op- tist church in this city filled two en-
William Atwell of Micanopy wias gagenents at the Albion church Sun-
among the visitors to this city yester- rt ty to pay a brief visit to his day last, preaching in his usual inter-
f a day. eating manner. Mr, Holley is very
Capt. J. J. Barrof Mlinnopy made Mrs. A. Hall of St. Louis, after a i popular in that section., .and the an-
pleasinont' vs tottier.rsister, loofManpmd
S a brlifbusiness trip to Gainesvillo yes- pleasant visit to hersister, Mrs. Hod- uncment of his coming always
S torday, ison at Willistoan, has returned to this means a good gat ,.rinTg.,
city. After a few wtoeks spent with
Mrs. W. A. Carlton, postmistress of relatives, the families of E. C. M- James Blake is erecting a neat five-
Micanopy, was a visitor to this city Mahan and L. T. Roux, she will re- room cottage in East Gaingesvil-le oppo-
yesterday. turn to her Missouri liomiie: site the house of Judge inley When
Miss Eva auknight has returned Mrs. sa Waters has retired finshed it will be one of the most
Mrs Rosa Wie aters hs returned from comfortable and modern little homes
fron a pleasant visit toie Jacksonville, whither she went Sat- in the ity. The work is being done
S t M o y. urday to perform th add ot-under the personal supervision wf Mr.
Capt. B. W. Fontane of Micatnopy tending the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Blake, who is a practical carpnter.
wais among the prominent folks who John 0, Gropser, which occurred Sun- Ma W a cpte. .
visited Gainesville yesterday., day. She was accompanied by Mits Major J. W. Tench has accepted the
M. HI. Ormand 0f Wrimdsor was in Stella, one of the daughters of thede- position of resident agent of the Equit-
the city yesterday on business cou- ceased, who will spend an indefinite able Life Insurance Company of New
nected with the school board, period here. York, with the privilege of traveling
The elegant residence of Mrs. L. A. Albert M. Endel, formerly of this. thterritory east of the Suwannee
bT.hras el~nt reel. i.ne of hv~ rthrT city but now a pro Equitaile is a good corn-
hrasher ias. been improved by the city bit now a progressive biness Major a hustler,, and
L hditlon of frolit balustrades. m11ai of Jacksonville, was in the citytion of the Major s a husld bring
rro combination of the two should bring
i^'? s xr Ray the cha.rmh for a short tino yesterday. lie is the
'-4M as Mainioe Ray. thie charming lucrative results.
4 gh tar of Prof. 1>. M. Ray of Plant owner of the house, 401 West Main
Sis the oity. the guest of Miss street, which was damaged by (IreMon- William Findlay, a messenger in the
isi Coson. h day, and came for the purpose of ad- employ of the Southern Express Com-
Sjusting the losses. The friends of Mr. pa y, arrived in the city yesterday
SF, Burnett, a prosperous citizen Endel will be pleased at the inforna- froni Kirkwood, where he has been
Alahua, was In the city yesterday tion that he is enjoying a very lucra- viitiiig his mother. Mr. Findlay will
ii d hs d mnitrosme'added to the sub- tivo trade inhis nuiohonme. aissiat Agent Wooding of the Gaines-
tion listof. The Su. 1) V. L Hlarton, onei of the most vitle ofli;e, Frank Ahirens having beenl
0 Holden of Hiiwthorn, one or sceessfiul truckers of Rocky Point, assigned to a inessenger's run between
S 'he most promtihient citizens of that. was trasanetimn business in tlhis ity riigh Springs and Rochelle.
ton, iwas a buiniess visitor to the yesterday. l I reports tihle lt Cori Ja ie d Peter
oUztilty capital yesterday. of ieans and eunihers still risk, l.,aids of Lake City, two well known
WV. Jackson, the clever salesman iu ciitllbbi shitin s ire ot (irtks, are ii th city w it la view 0
Stithe.. Singer sewing inaOnehl, has re- aii1tive its thly have n'ni for h paast ig. f sta b
tnlle4d froim ii Suoess8f1 trip to L.vari- few dys,. ''i. is probly duo .o lhe>< ,,',d these gentilemeni will open ant
)turnitreatn fth aeco i v, tXteusive fruit store. Tliey are at
Sections of the county. vory poor retutiris received for this pro- t m ale fruit business
Rev. C. Porter, ;eltor of the Flor- dtlot, ll there is la irge, an.roage, of tb- in .1teksovnd Lake City, aid air
.id. 3aptist Witness, passed through huge y tl hetids. idavorig to inaiuglurate a syndi-
Lhe Olty yesterday en route frommi Ala- Dr. J. F. McKintiiry, Jr.. min Minyo r cllt.
.O.hlon t'Io his home in Oala. It. Thoma retu i Ro t i of th
Stood, gentle driving horse and top !from Tallahssee, where ly hav o gt igee of th
baggy for sale cheap. Ronson for setll- been in a the interest of East Florida Smithern Express Company, with head-
ing.will leave the State.O To be seen seminary Wlile at the Capital Ma- quarters at Waldo is at the Brown
t, J. E. Hudson's, North Gainesville. sonjr Thltaly l urchas l three alanli- house. Mr. ligbee states that the
trl.L d ot. jor'fivin1as purchased three i.tmtnili- \ r
SrL.McLeodoNewborry, one tered cows fom watch h rss movement. of beets., cucum-
the most proimineint itiens f the ''ent o brreed. fr wi
St.he most prominent tteniteinds to bred. '"They ar said by Lers, beans and cabbage are very heavy
.Ve]ind, was among those who fa- thoswho arcoptfut to judge Hie from South Florida just now, espe-
~t4rd G0ainesville with a visit yest"er- tiok to be ry choice, and tth tune i c da is receiving the congratulations of his 'e xress cars on all northbound
ei. 'M. .1., Plumnma.,of Anthony friends. trains over the Seaboard are taxed to
$it;aiil.ty o a f hour ester" .Mrs, Siummons and children of bin-- their fullest capacity.
^. seWin rout e d fro rL-eminati, after spending tho winter in The interior of the store of Joseph
Crosse, here h onducted services this oity it the hiomn of Mrs. Thrasher, Malinsse has betin materially improved
iuti9tday" ' have returned to their Northern homue. by tIle installation of a nimtnber of
g E, P. Qratle arrived in thie city Mrs. Siminmons resided in thi city swillging racks for the display of
yesteridairoPalatka,whereonSun- many years ago,, where she was ev- goodS. This will afford an xcetllhnt
d iyhe flilsd the p-lpt of the First gaged in the profession of teaching. opportunity for displayini ihi, great
sbylterlan ohtt."b. lie .is well r.Among the older residents she hals .'a.i.etty of fTutiid.dhngs, etc., kept.in
o tn in the Gem" I having been many friends who were glad to wel-- sto-.k by this e(tterprig.iug. int'liehaniit
^ a .pastor.-tt h ther, conic'her, it'd who were .qually re- which hie has heretoforte hcen coim-
iold friends We b glad luctant to bid her good bye.. It is to p)illd to keep itln oneeelild potisitiois;
o0portunl6y t t hi" bl hoped that :she will return again Naturally this display will htlave'al tll-'
.. dey to itrase is ales.

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1'e 510 uy o, R aip.J:I pop i i ;aslii?

Oaias. W. Walls of &leoha Ws
among thevislitora tothits O$ I eater.
SW, E. Waite, the lieryman of aw
horn, p Ganeville a b ness visi
yesterday. '" '," :
The friends of Justice Colman will
regret to learn that he is oQnfined to
his home with illness.
Master Mechanic E. J. Smith of the
AtlanRtie Coast Lin was in the city
from High Springs yesterday.
E. Futch departed yesterday 'for
Alachua, where he is extensively en-
.gaggd in the mercantile business.
A. B. O.pipbell of Trenton was,
among the prominent )Vest Enders
who, aid. the county. capital a visit yes-
terday. ..
After a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. S.
V. Duke in this city, J. M. Shelton re-
turned to his home at High Springs
H. M. Tyler of Montbrook, president
of the H. M. Tyler Lumber Company,
was a business visitor to this city yes-
J. E. Whetstone, manager of the
Success lee Company, went yesterday
to High Springs, where he will arrange
to move his family to this city,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Padgett and chil-
dren of Paradise were in the city yes-
terday for a short time.. They were
en route horne from Armstrong and
Jacksonville, where they have been
visiting relatives.
G. S. Chamberlain of Tacoma was
among the traders in this city yester-

l'ound. This young man is well known
here, and his friends will congratulate
hitnm in avance,
J, Shermnn Littlelield of Readville
Mass., after spending a pleasant sea-
son at the Odd Fallows' Home in this
city, made his departure yesterday for
his Northern homo. Mr, Littlelield has
been a regular winter visitor tc
Gainesvillo for several years, and has
proven quite popular among tihe guests
of the Home, who bid him good bye
with reluctance.
0. V. Chamberlain of 'Tacoma was in
the city yesterday. He"was en route
to Arnadia, in the vicinity of whicl
place he has a beautiful twenty-acRf
grove in a prolifle condition, whiic will
be coming into bearing next season
Mr4 Chanmiberla in expets to rmalise
h m*omwlyfroin this groye, which has
r.cevivtd a great deal of 'careful at-
tentialo for the past few ypais, and
says that i4'sa feIw Vyears he expects tc
ahe aliomtoedeoragolgerirdn fisf,
ifurts deserv auo es


I itnsey, the boss cab h a n

atk1 yteeday from his holme at Wa-

moley'1 Kldey Oue if taken in time'
*a45rse0urity from .al kidney anld
a^d4 disessol. Sold by W. o. Wal-
lste'drugKtp.re. '- '
N &. Calison of Dutton, who owns
one of the hai0ndsomest estates in Flor-
ida at `Bennington, was a visitor to
this Olty yel.ste rday.
Chase. f Ohrisaman of Micanopy was
a visitor t~o Gainesville yesterday. Mr.
Chrisman Is the owner of a vigorous
trock farm near that place.
The family of J. 1. Dowd have re-
moved from Mr. Dowd's mill to this
city. They are occupying the String-
fellow cottage, East CQurt street.
Hon. Christopher Mathesog depart-
ed yesterday for Palatka, where he
went on business connected with the
circuit court, in session at that place..
Hon. J. W, Sherouse of Hope, post
master and all-round progressive cit-
izen of that place, was In the city on
business connected with the county
clerk's office yesterday,
Improvements are still being made
in East Gainesville. Among the most
recent additions is the addition to the
home of H. 3. Riles, East Court street.
Mr. Riles is the owner of one of the
most comfortable houses in that sec-
Alvis Jordan and Miss Emma Mun-
shaw, efficient representatives of the
Cable Plano Company with headquar-
ters in Jau6konville, are in the city
for a few days in thA interests of their
house. They are stopping with Mrs.
T. J. Redding, formerly an exten-
sive and successful merchant of Green-
ville, Madison county, but now of
Moseley Hall, is in the city, a guest,'of
Hon. Syd L. Carter. He is one of the
influential and prominent men of
West Florida.
Prom Thwreday'/s Daiy iSun.
Ping Pong.
'dvog VuoI luqj
Miss-Rosa Pardee, a charming young
lady of Micanopy, was shopping in be
city yesterday.
The surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by W. C. Wallace's
drug stor.
Robt. L. Barton of Rocky Point, one
of the progressive young truckers of
that place, was transacting business in
this city yesterday.
Miss Munshaw of .vokesonville, who
is representing tie (. le Piano Conm-
pany in this sec: i-n parted yester-
day for Alachua on business,
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re-"
fuse substitutes. Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
Capt. J. J. Mixson of Williston, one
Of the largest and most extensive real
estate owners in that town arid section,
was among the visitors to this city
yesterday. He was en route to Ocala,
where he has been summoned on im-
portant business.
Steve Oullen of Hague was a visitor
to the county capital, yesterday. Steve
is engaged in both staple and truck
farming, and says his crops are com-
izg along nicely, considering the past
conditions of the weather. He ex-
peots a very prolific production of cot-
ton and corn the coming season.
Mrs. I. C. Pound and son, Addison,
departed yesterday fur Atlanta, where
she will attend ithe graduating exer
try. At these cxereiset' shy will have
thiu pleasant graitilieationi of witlnesingi
the grnduatlion of her son, lodges

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prgraaiB will a d. I
yet been definitely sttld bet .th'
probabilities ate that theq oeoa0(lB wo
be honored by the plesenee of a
Robt. W.0Davi, of Plalt who
deliver an appropriate iadress'
We are req'estin to aaipoa
on this ocaslop~ the c. eses of
honor will be delivered to those #b
are entitled and whi~d ve not.ye~ fe.
ceived same.'
The committee and. iDaug ht
of the Confederacy extend
cordial invitation Ito the doIs'
who desire to assist them. Ino',mkin
laurel wreaths for the'.decaratip o,
'the graves. A great many, fW
will be needed, and any outside :Bilst-
ance or donations in this direction:
will receive due and proper, apprecia-,...";
tion. Those interested in this work "....:
are requested to meet at the home of.
Mrs. Marcus Endel at 2:80 o'clock this i
afternoon... ..

Marriage of a Popular Young Oouple, ,
Weather Very Dry.
Judeon, April 22.-Mr. J. E. Rotter- .i
ree of Otter Creek and Miss Ada Cooke .
were happily united in marriage at 10 9
o'clock Sunday morning at Pine Grove 1
church, Rev. S. W. Sheffleldl perform-
ing the ceremony. Immediately after .
the marriage Mr. Rotterree and wife
left for Otter Creek, where they ex-
pect to reside.
'Rev. S. W. Shdelleld preached to a
large congregation and then went. to
Double Sink to preach at 4 o'clock Sun-
day evening.:
Jackson M. Brown passed through
Judson this morning with a crowd of
hands working the road from here to
Newberry. It will not be much good .
unless they rock it and make it a- hard
road, for it's a pure sand bed and kill-
ing to horses to pull through.
It is very dry here now. We need
rain very badly. The farmers who
planted late are having trouble getting '
a stand of cotton and pinders. Some
will have to plant again.

Members of Methodist Choir Enjoy
Themselves at Parsonage.
One of the mostdelightful social func-
tion, of the season was the social
given by Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Carpen-
ter to the members of the choir of ;
Kavanaugh Methodist Church Tuesday
evening at the parsonage.
The affair was a select one, only the
members of the choir being included in
the guests. The members of this
organization have so faithfully and
efficiently performed their duties that
the good pastor and his wife felt they
should in some pleasant manner repay
them, and they were very successful.
The evening was passed in a very en-
joyable manner, the principal part of
the program being devoted to vocal
music. An abundance of delicious re-
freshments were served, and alto-
gether those who attended report a
most delightful time.

Will Address Pupils of White Springs .
High School Next Month.
Hon. WV. M. Holloway, superintend-
ent of public instruction of Alachiua
county, has been honored with an in-
vitation from A. W. Jackson, principal
of the White Sprimigs IHigh School, to
Deliver anr address at the conmntence-
iunent Ex(,rcisi, of the school, which
Swill bie held from May 24 to 28.

8 In sp-akingof the matter yesterday
Prof. Holloway statvd that it would
afford him pleasure to ,meet the facul-
ty and pupils of the school, as "w~ll as
, the people of White Springs, and
would accept the invitation. He is
s one of the most conservative, impres'-
r ive and eloquent orators in the State,
s and the people of While Springs will
D be pleased at his acceptance of thI in-
a vitation.

ANY CHURCH or parsonage or in
stitution supported by voluntary con-
a tribution will be given a liberal quan-
e tity of the Longman &i .Martinez Pure
I Paints whenever they paint.
0 Note: Have done so f)r twenty-seven
I years. Safes: Tens of millions of gal-
. lous ;paintednearlytw il}ionhouses ,
e under guarantee to repeat if not satis-
s factory. Theo paint wears for periods
- up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil must
d be. added to tht pain (done into
o thinutes). Actual ont the about.2
- gal. Sample free. Sold by or
agents, THOMA-. ('O.j Galnestle" "

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