Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 25, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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 )
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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: VID01868
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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SXX, NO. 63 GAINESVILLE, FLORII


FiED FROM FLAMES


IW NIGHTCLOTHING

enants' NarrowEsoape From
Pire In Chicago.

" it R PERSONS WERE INJURED.

i"'tsn Families Were Driven from
Jibir Quarters by a Fire In an
ApJrtment House-Building Totally
,Wrecked by the Blaze.
,ia g~o, April 24.-Three persons
fhijuttred amd 16 families were driv-
j the street early today in an
&irment house fire at 213, 265 and
, 'Thirty-flfth street, which totally
p4et4kLed .the structure.
:l'fse injured are:
rilra. Gertrude de Stile, probably fa.

Mt~'r. William Linder, badly burned.
"lrs', Gottfried Swoitch, badly burn.
.4 about face while rescuing child of
IrLA Under.
IThe fire started In the basement of
i6 building and had gained such head-
a when the' flremieii arrived that
,geeral call for engines was sent
Most of the tenants were cau:-ht
hile -asleep and barely had time to
8Cht the street in their night cloth-
Neighbors made them comnort-
ble until friends and relatives arriv-
and tookl them to their hoan s.
The loss. on the building was $'5.00J.

BAGDAD RAILWAY SCHEME.

ritish Newspapers Urge Government
----o-St Ctar of Same..............
New York, April 24.-Almost eve' y
Qwspaper in the country is urgiai.
e government to have nothing to do
Iti the Ba,.gdid raIslay .scheme, ca-a
a The Tribune's representative in
don.


I`Th-e terms of the convention d(1-
nlitrig the conditions of the concessions
or the constitution of the line mi:'-.
It.absolutely clear that Its coitrol w;',
reet in Go,'man hands and Mr. D.;lifour's
(tUpportierz in and ouit of padi:.i. t
-rev:onsequently unable to ituii,;stani.l
vby the foreign:t h.-creta:'y has not
.l-ro:'.. ptly de: lim.n l t;;e Co nman in. I,
tion. A rumor Is current t',) tie ef-
ject that England is now paying thel
Piee of German nuntiality during the
]BOer war and there Is talk of a secret
gremnent that. binIla this country
A~nad and foot to G(rmany, and corn.
iWlits it to an lunknownt vista of humil-
16ons, entanglements and perils. The
rUnionlst newspapers are alarmed, and
Mr. Balfour is warned lhat acquies.
'liie In the Bagdad scheme la not to
tolerated.

WOULD PREVENT A LYNCHING.

|lgr1o Mob Pursuing White Mob in
Arkansas.
-ifcttle Reek, Ark.., April 24.-A ape.
SllRI from Guerdon. Ark., to the Ga-
0ette Wa.s: -
SDr. Guffman, of this city, called on
OAtX, 'Thompson, a negro, yeBsterday
tO 0Ileet a bill which the nwg'rf dispute.
,04, calling the dolcti r a liar. G'(lfftna.n
4 ck Al~xaadider wiih a a paperweight
ied- the negro ref'allat,"d by cutting
the doctor three ti'ne-s in the bacik of
*he neck, intlictin.g .s 'r1m;i's tuioui h 'not
14t1l Injuries. 'fI.,-- ,ri *,-, plac.e
A. Jail with extra ,:;, for safe.
I0episg..
.At 12SO o'clock this mnorn!ig a par-
'Olf ,pposed wht, me i'n overpower' m,
0 glaard and .took the Ingro away
eilte. .mob of, negroes were seenf
tatfB# for the party of wbimes ti-rl
.tt.! fore.4 that seiious trouble will
(IfW Alexander is lynchr!,.
i-.A later dispatch says that Thonmp
1 boidy was found banging from a
- trestle near here today.
i plynhing was performed quglat
4a .no excitement prevails here. NM
trouble is anticpated.
I tiW PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. '

4lfable 'Land Discovered In South
:'., Archipelago. I
lainjton. April 24.---00 ial ad l
reoutved at thit_ naV_ ik~3mt .f
lb.6ePhililppinics re.or t:-: dui, -
ita iumober of valuat!t 'isla,'se*
lea tbern part of the archlpt.l-.
a tt not on any of the cha-ts,
6 oIseestio of the governmentt
k0w, noe foreign .xovtra.
ay lald caIm toe hstar
t- t pHr'ei the pZr enttaa


properly chartered as the property ol B T
the United States, after first having
evory elfot made tL learn 'If any, othez TB
government had ground for claims tc
the new islands, A naval vessel prob I
ably will be ordered to the southern
part of the archipelago to prepare the
AMr


SUES FOR'$50,000 DAMAGES,

Horace Cox Brings Suit for Defama-
tion of Character.
Quitman, Ga,, April 24.-One of the
cats onl dockeht for the May term of
the superior court, which will con-
venie in a few days, is the suit of Hor-
ace Cox versus J. B. Strickland and
others for damages In the sum. of $50,,
000 for defamation of character. The
lp) scuftlon clainm11 that Et; ic';and and
alcut 100 otl(,rs, who are made par-
ties to the .it, p'romilgated a set ol
resolutions reflecting c.1 his haracter
and caused them to be published In
The Vahlosta Timu<.,, wilch i,;s aLso
made a pa:ty to the suit. By these
alile-at;ons, which he says are untrue,
he clai.ats to he danta'tetd to the amount
named. The resolutions arte said to
have been drawn in 1894 aind wreo
signed by sonic of tho most prominent
men in Clinch county, one of them be.-,
ing state senator at the time.
The trial Is looked forward to with
much inte':est here as well as in the
counties of LOwlnides and Clinch.

FATHER KILLS LOVER.

Robert Hill Slain by "Lafe" Chadwell
in Tennessee.
Knoxville, Tenn., April 24.-News
from Pine Mountain, in Campbell
county, says "I.afe" Chaidwell shot
arld--lTIpled lobert 1111 when the lat-
ter wont to ChaI'well's house to elaim
the daughter or Chadwell as his bride.
It is said tlho yoniu; people were on-
ga.(ed to 1)be married, but that Chad-
well had objected. When 11111 reach.
ed ('i'iwell's house words ensued,
and Hill was shot antd instantly killed.
The dead ninn is said !o hiiave1 uttered
threats against Chadwell's life ieftore
going to tli' lihou-. Hill Is said to
have been a half brother of Lee Tur-
ner of "Qu:'riter llotuz. famui. Chad-
well is nilown t IhroMg'hout (' npholl
COiurty as the only limI Iln his section:
of the ( county w 'i .li;) ''( t
cause of the ,c(:i< lc'-ar'y dtrinli the
civil war.

BONDS ARE AUTHORIZED.

Atlanta Votes For Extension and Im-
provement of Sewer System.
Atlanta, April 24,---The regist;'red
voters of Atlanta have authorized t.hu
Issuance of $400.00iO of biudsa for (he
extension amid improvement of the iew-
er system and for the improvement
and better equipment of the water
works system.
ThijAy-two votes more than was unc-
essary were cast In favor of the water
bonds; 83 votes more than were nee.
essary were east in favor of the sew.
er bonds.
She mnilclpality will immnediatcly
proceed to iwue $250,000 of bonds ftW
the extension of t'he trun.k new.ra toi
the city limits., snd $250,000 of bond.i
for the improvemt t of the wat.'r
works s ystlm.

Eloy's Peculiar Death.
Aftanta, April 24.--Roleprt trianklIn
Gihb. n'.n the T-year'-r.Id le .- a w' n'I
a'V>ptel son of Dr. 11. ,P'. lilday, nnoi
death In a strsngW inarnaer y.,,Atrrdlay
a.te-rnnoa. lHe Iwat his balaic(e whIle
stompl'n; uipo;) a porlt h fnly 2 feit. friem
tti- gtrnlind, andrt '.*. o heorl of n111 i
mill ,ostl fo r-g.t v'nrdifg crhrf'- ui b o-l t.:
stay hls fill. The mill f'ill upon hi,
fa~c an,! In ten mi'miiet, tie wa.s dead
Dr. Holiday was *lhmbet from homr.,.
and tb.fore be "iuild be ?ummtfMed or
other mrritcal a aastanrce obtlaeMl, the
boy breathed his last. He did not live
more than ten n!iutes after th e ac'-
dent. and died without p'iattkfng. Dr,
Holliiay states that the blow from the


W 111 omtuall.
-Witi ,u ls The Review Discusses Current Market
HEAVY LOS 1S SUSTAINED, Conditions.
Cleveland, 0., April- 24.-'Tho -Iron
Out of Total Force of Two Hundred rade Revlow dlscusshinig minarket (,on-
ditlons In it.u uerreut I stue saya:
and Twenty Men, Ten Officers and dYielding l ices for foui ndry and
One Hundred and Eighty Men Were steel making pig plants are in evidence,
Slain. though without any considerable ro.
lxlonae as yet from buyers, Fnlshed
Aden, Arabia, April 24.-The Brit- llnes share to a greater extenlt thati
ish transport Hatdlng arrive, today for weeks In the inauctivity In pig;
from Berbera; the capital if i- mall. Iron, yet mills are in the naitu too fat
land, Fast Africa, and conflrntwd the sold tup on Ilmp ortant protilcta to war.
Toport of a British defeat in s-.mali- iant the expitation of anlly material
laid., changes In pric-es this year. little
The officers of the Harding : ay that i wllitlneOs aI sh-oow'n by conisumrit ,l
ten officers and 180 men outl (of a total of foundry Iron to plaoe ordUt-'uH ffor thel
British force of 220 men, weir killed aveond half and while the poL ition o{'
recently in an eutga.gement itili So. th furnaces is that buying must soon
malia. set In, aslne only about two mnontlia
Sremnain on prOl-nt ncoltracts, Ithtere l
London, April 24,----The wpr office no as-4urlanc that thi.i (colnitiItimenillt
today received from vBrtgadier (ineu'al will be for a period of nenths. The
Manning. in conimmand of the ithlt.lsi market, sl In such shape that there Is
forces in Sonmallland, a dis-patich dit, no Incentlve to huy for six uIouthli
ed 20 miles westward of Oalad Soumia. unlos under guaranty against decline.
Island, and redated April 18, as fol It la Ireported tlitat the qtiuitatlu of (
lows. $16,5I0 Ilrminiham in enat,.in ship-
"I regret to report that tflyingm r nts of No. 2 i'ouim-lry aA nu1de by na.-
column under the command t Colo'. soc-atlon fturnll(aces, lhas bhei-en Iudo o.!
nel (Cobbe.,which left Oaladl, .\irl- 10, central and western ashlpniiiiw In hut
to, cover the road to Walwal. had i past week by h iwllors not In-iutiled inI
inost dilsasltrous attack April 17. On' the agreement. Monnttluin hl r, t.I
the morning of April 17 Colon. 1 t'obbe no change iu thie attitude of thIe load.
was at Gumberu, 50 mlles wsert olf Oa. Ing southern slleti, thuiiil'h In Ith
ladl, and ihad dectld d to r, ti11mi to ceniral vweflt sonllw( lYers by itu thiii '
Galadi owing to tho..amer .rouil..A-l u4y-tu s a+--..a-re--rITrtr" f 'T iV-i-TiT -
In finding tuhe roai-. to Walwal and to basia for No. 2 f2tiundl y, whi-ch !lia.
the shortnles of water. lie \v:I about i generally olitalnel In ri- I entI inon1thb1
to leave his seareba (plrotcit. I ;atoptl) i reutonl half ilvl lov,-i u. P'i Iltbur
when f1ti-lg was heard In thi eelctlon, rl.lort n. Hsalo of 10,000.l ton i of Ile,-
of a sniu1ll party, u eII lr those .iiim nitaind 1< oiiv'r Iront for thi so r ld i.i] Iall t i
of CIptIaill Olivey, which l h hl beI e i ( T19.4;5, Vatlly foiurnttce( ir $'. t I^ i'tMs
sent in a vw- terly .ier ttii to ro- l)ur'i, Irol la fri ely o'f'rTd' :-) a l'.t I$ i 7
roannoiter. At .,15)i in th rim 'lniti a-t fulrnae for' this dh llvi r *'',hire t'v
tColonel Coblbo ii l( i -h. .1 iColon;l gomd tnquiliry for stool, but 1W loll t :l
Plunlli.ett, withi l(fJ ti'-i ofr !I coiund the Pilt-1)1s g miles i of donurw.ilo I te'l
bhtta~lon,. 1htimn'a Ao r -q, 1i8 o( reported ai week t a!,.o, thn' ii;u'kI,'t ha
the S'-cond Sikhs and two M iMl giuns been(l rtithor q(ulte'r, bhail lt or 7.)t111)
Lor the extrication of ('C i'.j:t Ollivey, tons orf Il.esn'm r hillW-ts, il vll ;-ul,
if neos-P: .ry.: Ai a nliltr" of faIuct, runilfg to 1'lt<'rl> C(nIaI!, Oli-.-y had nwit 1). 1n 4'nfhiiitgnd. ;oiW i t1 Y urii-,u(lown. l.ui,,'p 'ifrul 1fi
Co!,(I- l P il. ;i't on JI .aia: i ihe ,t t;clu hiulert n nd tin Ill ate w drku hIa been i
m11eit. countlniui(d to l.;:,h 1-. At 1 : '5 il)uyeori of diniON.t ih' I .- In tho i);i-i l
Color.ll Cuoblht hlinitd a hi .tny hire In few wieksa aun l inilq i .r for forli.gli
the dir.,ctlon tatlen i y (,,oiyl Plin stool are pedi ng, (lerim:n rmti ll lm ni
ket -and at a iout 1 o' cl 'e I in lhl i at lng $21.I at A t i"rn (i'i ;; fr ()I Itiw-mii'.1'"r
teormini a fo\v 'i;.tl-iv ,- -mI.g ltt r e i ba e i, Dfllvu r!, cas(liit haiid, how '
portI.i- thi .t Colonel l'Iurn. t ihal bc-~o ever, filr fl'ront three to m ix Ill ntol1
dcfea-ted with l oss. 'TheI lrojoe t to. combine liidl p-'ridule t 'l
"The news ihas i hb-en funly ,-,rrohorat, s'het mill' in tho c'nfrai l w tl I f st ii
edl sin o an I have io t i: t rt the to to *1Kg wiorlild on,. o(iitloil riuruniill.li'. ,f
taul lots of C(r)l;)n l (, 1 iin "l' i party 1 t'i illb l. RxpMclt d Ilar ii of i(ti l
with the ( xc optlIon uf ;;7 -iOnt, wiho y a rticullrttirl liupll. ne. t wlrl,, t.i:-.
ave amill'uVfd here.." not miatrrialized and the il mposilon i
The story of the fui lv \ ,, L ii to i'h Of oliol of r these btu) ruu I to a.wiit i1l-
effe( t that Colinel 'rl n i;-t |,.iheid oi VeoipieltNl (I
att'- (hlie enemy'm's ri ('- tL li ot)e 1 n
country 7 mnlels wetstw-inli ,'of (hirombur NEW STOCK EXCHANGE.
ru, where he wa s attia .l t 11 t trl-onI .-------- ..
force of mounte-d troop man I the n0e f(i FIrst Day's Busalnes Shows iettert
my's Infantry, which alit1Li|,j) at.clo $ State of Affairs.
qlilrtIfers4. Ho kept ibak ( !,ti< t 11(4y New York, April 24 The firiat <,yi
until he had no mirf o n iauntlon of hit.!no~es in the i nw Htuvk ixIt-n;'u
when hle f L i' hl a s-B:)iare imo chrI i- rgeul l irn 1 wi I'-l'tt.tir JurW.'h tt 1 viin, 'a
with bnyonetas n t..bt0 (lr'< ii of Cola feeling of conflilfeo. The re 11 .l an)
; r ('('uhbct'i teumtrrit.i, II' moved rUltulially l.argo galthii m ring 1i Ii- m ,1 I ,
Boir)L. (dii t.Onri o I mn ( i't 1 .'I, l 1u, it 1 ftilly v'tPe 'iranit attf 'ridI iuK ( an it tit. -'f
grev at ma.y irm11n. 1i,'1 iI Colonmm l of !ittl-mtn'i t The Ol w'AI il a i- I
Piaminik-.t hin- --if, were !sm.. .1 r wole n lor I.f,,re theo ownundi t h.iimr
PIt. At i-iet lth <' nri' !: v I,. "'ry ;'.- r n'rio ptl y iat ]1 o 'i-' I. l'i' ;; '('il
whbi lti.d t o (m( itfr ) a, i Irla.t I' K- pi ,ier, who ari,(d e.cv!i i ii i ,. i-
l.h m aill W th th exi 1'. .- tho ; T'"llbott In thu n fimItI.Ive'. attIOV tIi'lt ; "1 Thei 1'0,l-i T e' 'teVP0 'own i f -'ti r-o f i
lmt-ith <.':;. .B W th n hi-' f u i i .- n m it .. Tr 'h- ( th1 t t 1"! f i t
mfr T n .- 'Tj i uth ':m'); d i ga ol;" i i(d fl fnot t, I u tflI 20 ( a.'.'I
.M> - n o ..... t anu !y P'o(1 -....1 A I 'V of L iIothe'I) ti EI! -r .
V 'C.!ti!mk -et fa'-ttinan J ,I r" JSt .,w ('co, :1 o. i "ri. ,u i (;cl ;;f :n.v t. 1 c
ir't, (i}1 'r- y. 'o.<,ra''t a^.1d 'iif ',: u' n.. a t-,} th i' u in,:n''- u l it ,("-,u Id cotir-', I
I fl.ittl tst' ;m (lmyrtur ?.mre .l al. ,o alo-','t F' Ni f*' Iw-hI r' Mx -oi. t I'".
t6-i kfnl '. Afrk ano rfflt-. t '?t!,- i VI it,, wa,, Ir f -tor. Thu. ,i i .'I, i,
tf y, O[ ti.hi ai cools i StkI ..'. r u tiu mii "'-"'.'c,, a ir t*,' s- eif -ri.-l i-f ':* "in >'r'
of th, Ind!.i med"kIal- staff i o wh t wati oal, ,in ,"m, ot n .., uit t iii I'm.
prIv:~A-.4 4 m)en o0 the FR.- ,'.' ,41'i-i, broui t u: ov'er at- thi -,i "giall wamr- .
an 124 m 'Int of this Aifrit-n rti.u n, 4ii',t. o'' te ;"y lor Th. e ii. u rmtlo e, -
The two af ^\rSm ',rn* 'wC. a lo h t. 'iou! '1a ;ill vil >tors uave*i thi.i i--- a'rl..tr
Anoih,-r illsptteh fty.r r'..'-, n to M ir tn m rib ri< u'-Mii' ca.,. a,.crimtn ,$ < t thr i .


CARD


axon es aw aVV nJUg oVn.
INAL GIBBONS PRESIDED


Archblehope, Bishops and Clergy A&
sembled to Attend Laying of Corner
Stone of the Propoeed Apostolic Miw.
elon of the Catholic University.
Washington, April 24.-Theroe ataem.
bled today at thait thollo university
one of the largest bodies of dignitaries
of the Catholic church over assoma
bled In Ameriica.
At 10 o'clock the attnnual meeting of
the archlbislhops, the moat ilthtlngiutsh.
ed e'cclesltistlcal body of thet church,
conve',ned In McMahan hall. -The de.
hllbtaations or the body were0 presided
over by C(uriltmial olbblons. amid wer
part'icipatted In by all tile twretllhltshop
except two or thrti who unavoidably
were iet uintd,. 'ho archbilhops hiad
under 0eoh'.,deitrailft many q(ioeltQoIUI
aitfctnlg theo Catliolic -hui'rch hin Anier
Iea, In addullon ii lt to Cadlinal (llbbomn
an1d th1 tiniuet r'overevnd archblthb'ds,
hniity of th- ilt.) Ishitp, cihtrgy anid eC.
-0lo.lastti'il .,ittudu,.?nts of the contitry
tire atit tho uilver'Hlty to attIend thel
layIlng of the cornlerstotne of the pro,
po[ o(!d up<,tuiiolle tilittt.ilA n houme.
Cardilial (illb nuiiu will .bless the
tone iinml A 'rhbidlmo)p KIeanue will dl',
liver th, e -i 1t 1imoIn. i'luht ocui'tu lioni will
bie a it (I !J t _t).tIi. .I- t..Lm -lIluitot univer.t y',.

RACING AT NASHVILLE.

Cumberland Detrby the Chief Evenl
Minny Horat- Catrcd to tart,
Naiud imv lle, Tli .. rll ',- It I will b .e ti.iatmtmi rII iil i. t 'ii l i -t i n
park this l triri lloti t11 i l tI h,' Ini ii ,I .
ldosi | lpoli nt 4,1 Aj n-d I' 1- -r-, I If 1 mr t,-
lng o' a luiId,int u lt, I'lt., wc i i: ii'
(d'lit iti l iuilt t tAlm i m' l .m; ',i ilt
Stion t or lith r n ii ,r iI' ii't i i (n I ih n


hut .t (, Iu ii u l I 'ui u -i;'t i i | .> iifo t.


thlie coill t1 ( 'i ln l f iI t !. r In n I or t (a hi
l< n- fi ky l ,der i .i in-m ntii l u 'l willt
lproil) i ly M .I'u -l thi '.V I fI
(ll< t vrly, ti,)Itul) 1uh inn r Hlsi lmon l tul
lhnr, hit w ill v f .tt f. i,'rv i!. T ltd
other rItt '.c i Iiv, tillet;d o tt 'itflo 1.ti y,
allot th i'e iM 'lig stIll ial 4 off i ttlllett' th>i
uoKi t aistli t i irtit i u rri t ati' l.
Miluny Ih ri'* iii-in l- a b rt um arrlvel
fri> t lum,'iNp1,1 1 l t I l," Im nitnllo l ,Ig, tilld thet
ititbhli' t IIth lt i ( at'r, tiullx d to thtr
Ut iimouut ( ntlti'((y

TO RECUT GREAT SEAL OF U, .L

Single Workman Will Be Watched by
MiU Forco of Insectorie,
Phllht l pd lhlit, I'a. ,April 2.t -,:-t ,-ret
s4-r vli' opi~'eriitlv's will shortly arrl,v4
I,'. ti thahitlow Mtax Z itir, aI. I xpert
hi; l-i'40 0 e1giritvor. Not that !r. Z l t,
liI i,1'i .ltne wr.ongl b, t hf i l- I mt'tit'ti
rmu ,t thlii- rat 0#11t l (Of thu U tlVtr-:i
tm' -,' i t ru-l thtS guVi' ,rn ii-,: I lru'mtn- g 'timi
.,> ,'Il |oIhi t a m t ".i mr 'c f {'-e of
;, -' ,It'Ar to ktIup an eye- oi- th, )lHit'
'- 4 ',- l.m:-im that Ini tui,, ('us trh jtt loot
Of a -', oo}0,0<0 () htt l-i'hip.l -
'11i i firn to whl ii th11 ih'.ttra.utt fof
Sti <' hiu ax Im#u li't witW <'irnp<.ileol
', tatt.i the e( rin ravi-r whe-nt li Id fort
1, work Th!hl ,.xs ;tuthmcl lu-a ei e|jnqurul("
ixMar. th TIWeM4f prlishtir W11t, iy

ft.- a .u 'Il i .ti W aAfil tutr(i Iolg'aut i a iw l
l'ii tV, hiua re of w ti e t gri.tiavu' r. 'th'it
n,- ~v "',! also willbe catrsi(igiuy guard.-

The prermet t04i 1 .K hea r t et; tit)
wornt by years of eontlant uue that
thie ,tw one' wl l .e completed to re
pIate t as Momi .5 poitb.e,


mill, which was b<(wtw .en tOef y e rnp- Bl.g, who imm!hattPity r(n ': tori$n stta.! ait,"im t in', .hi i' lL m'try Jut o Lee Rturrlng o $t LOutle.
tired a bIo4-tvessel., The Am -w igt th, defea.t t C oloioe Pi.h,--, taur, b2-t r th,' ov',rint t t lut' l t tri ff.-t'am rt. l..o1it Apirii .2 A ApPeta dated
ed Abdut 60 poumDlf., for Our'ttrl.trr.t with v v' a f tr'-r,. iyt Of t -. tmm ,l, Ita t d l,.0anft'V a I, BkXW ttrAt.goAlt, tlU, oTh# Post. plti!ch
....... --- ,i.,- ,r ini irTmIm;.. f, ,. r-.i* I I r fn's .a'i titi ,'Si ;of : -'t i >.a .ru's t in fr(hrr a f'orra rr aie denstm .ot t,.,Fi.d thmH
It R F ined a Terrspin. C-rntm .I f Co'i ,- to ti- *- "~ -th and p,1.'", nt th-t r.,ir" 'TiL-e .i:' tik 'itiet.mfu. A*rm .Alton ten lti frhn Chi-it-m ,}
Coltmbin -. C.. A-p? 24,-I mtraisn'ed h n' l t er -wm fh.t2-i 2 tr, o a terret ,r.t I- t.he rc.y of _Aunmd'. t~.i so y re # +rEl.: .-Jon--+-. -- ...... 4. ---- f-ta -'W ua'-'i ,ibn A, L.o who h,a s m t m
-terday I. ','-,s shtr t nt ni woi vfer h fowu r -e- .'-' v,'-s V" 'r. hP..- I..',,t- | |!A .*u,u. l''r1. {m iit-m.n y 2 v ra 4atd 1 td- .f'itl vn t frtom the it, hL/imi? amtmdi '<>(:m
for b)y R{ufus F ,a-nt and tevpe'al It tis tlha .it.ttid e'ltu Tiir, *;.' v"- V r'h h, I ..Ois, ( ty jurlt( feo r thefpva. -r .w k, I.4
ct'r a of that ame v'. Th eT t'a- ,nw1 4raw it m -frt t si sh i- w it l - ------------ " ,- in''ii .tg t. nr ( ft ituis t *i
ticnt'.-. wmevd were ,.ta..s, ;' i tn I t *' -. t i,,.-',',i l'- tr-t h fI thI ,.; rit (' r atr "QIn flek Suto idie, gtil ba k, to tll{ I.ath. h l, knows
of a store wathitg the raiBai.4 So. ** t e e. rk" a im- o are .tik'. " .rk. A i ". o .lIJ '.p *ti th 4.1r tili al i b l'h. i.g'. yte(n-
lIttle tb l-baA a t wlre riar u:*.*sar l ud. I to set on1 t* 4mh -s.4e Gen~ dely o.-' e of the iHtti Iboy 'ext atmk: n: f rR U ** 4 of the fac a wk t ( o' i-
1D4d yr s'e. #al- tuItfat?" '*ad l e t iMaroeba esi ttrs utuly nild is "R tsrkWel" esntiewte* th me E. t.' t'e A' arid Is..tiAn. 4
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DA, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1903 TEN CENTS A WEEK



IH EFEATED ao. snr ith ta IMPORTANT MEETING
can only c Try suffilient, water for thb
march to Gmburr.- returning. direA VINES
I SOUTHAFRIC ,all, theef -e, unable CATHOLIC DIVINES
adh ance against the enemy If the Igttel

as rersafi 1ent STATE OF IRON TRADe. Large Body Church Dignata-
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O* d { #COW"V #Vt**.V"oM A $0'
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bw twoo rsa podor sbe a'revy Non-
slsowasi o t d . sense ftor a ee, '~

t01 fbs 'te bi*4e or ana.. 'f' or

teMu*stM of r ed i Ofe Ca*3l vots #)hal
," 1 tfar-tls s tyiN ,


4'Wt. ted s wstensat.. a.res pot airao to
s wJi th reared to p sy for o dveoiMrtal fs4
Af idre1M E DAItLY St.
WI. .. .r.. .t l. ...
V .: '- M'oREAAYt'' .MEA'UR '

SOrlando leord s.. Senator Moreury
of l Al lita county lss h.ntrodiUc4 a
lA. Wo^lution VovIid0' 8 o" as, usen4-
J ,,*n to the emtiitouation w 0lah, i
pdoittOdt by t4ih people, wW' gid e
Le '.D euoluti0on provide ii #t1t iii to

su.opllta r ei: rerefde t rredito the
V400p10. all !WmV" m tootndbteco .ta

poWrl'tl n take l'oaw$ nd 4endments
it oSr reet the sam at the-


po)@i Te) per ci of te Oovoters nors hall
hich catled *e lftiailveP The

'oint, CTod It may :e ordered by a wreto
14a of seven per cet of the Voterso
0ot extend to m eaures referred to the
IpI*er" ; A'mu measure referred to theL
Ppple chail tA(kffeeotsand .become, a
W1, W0 t i approvd._Jt$Q_.IL.,
mofgIt g t -oiio. ''The Wireto-
|tIon ue>lkt*onlly one point In ditret
I'leglilation to mnsite it perft t, and that
Itt he j ItmperUttW K paedet, or the
Ai pIw -to- withdraw. ,.n officer at any
'* d Atlonrder new' i lhtlion on the
Ititin Ofil' d iAt (.r s bl dirumtbor of






S1A.110olln dmavt, Nb., Walho halId
:" *#),00O to hie credit 1n th iarink, com-
AI l H tttoet l. itiic rie d' u oir -ft, a ih(it o x-
.p;lhti bu ti, .l rei,,o. of hi rItat wet thart
; li Waew l1otuiy,. lhiere .v'idiui.ly tw itJ
5.'. 'otfl(tilt(K wro()ig with it n who
n.would Km leh,,y with a tIQ0,0(X) henk
ROGO'CIflIurit lnunly. hiuidy

|| t.;( is sttitd thl.t cur soldiers hi llio
pI hThllll(>lpinu tiro very ne)rly ll bald-
,,,headed. hIt i. iltd thatr thwe wftrm
: we.th," e.Wlittdwr utiite th lthl(r io Le almost
.O.ilbntlnlllly Wet thu. B
T 40hee armt eight utod dollars In ftle
"tLpi; ttloualt troastiry for every 1'1lfl, wo-
1 p ^|(" n and child In the United Btetes.
i T ,^he beautiful part of It, i. that we atre

: l ri Dung thli plRUt year thero were 16,-
A| 64.0 permits ,Isued to ohlildren of four-
toen years of ago or over to work it
the e>nlstabhisitu ; s ofl Netw ork, 9,004
-behigtK for boys Iid 7,287 for glrls.


Over 18,0Q() Ianinrlgrattsit arrived wa'-
"'Noew Ytork during tho eirat teon dlay of
April, We would adviako ttioilt o order
,otl for next wititer at their enrtitiil.


Tho prospect piottit bAt.Wtoo'l theio tiltedd -itals nIid
3o eat tt'rill lIW ti.l)W v*enouiragintg.
0I1itoh srvie' whl uld Ltdoubtedlly bo
U'.:seful.
SIMore tmewu hawve dild iand uA bu %rietk
S';: l0the lstthn'tus of al ntnaa, Ilone tho
It:leno of tho prtpo.se'd toumnol, than on
pay ,tqual amnom t of territory of th?
wo rld.

ti e total we tah of the world is o$-
d $tEi'd ,t A0O,(XXXX.. Of thits
0 0 iio..r nearly tte .to tarth.

q,^A govorti'v))ntu. pow I ssau't oi
is gtiIO., sk .rdittorottt.'t u,

7 . .


TJII,, F~fLOID APRIw 2, BJ1~_TAR__9 0

l W+ -henf the irnt set of CoA-gre be-
sds defetteiwe the aO y wir have eJ-
a v land pak a~sot most so o wine and mea.
'1 b 01T se g. Es ry T Dr Wiseor l r, C I^ B k L A, i *e rs t Y has,
e..berla'wok t ii i#redout,$h.'"...... the .aFd emitFted _
#owh wile itmeA f ,o t, o ,o x, -or, Much it owes td blood that's good
t*tr too e-this p*0det i#,i, w would tqual one horsepower.
4" t "T ** P ."a.......t Good blood is healthy
ll'Qrt Th Usi '4t0''o u w *ttiealig sick.' s free Roekleirr' E'r) ow
| ,aCt, o a.,. EtiODe,, eS ~ sho.m oui, ueblood, bl ood that is free
!lt ia nai s, 0,e l*fDorat0 part;, Dr Jinpayer ,for the o I O, OA aeovery.
Sl 2. wite..ir..e A ..e. ;.. *The ver o... ..-- ., from impurities,
ho :'teedkr ootsfi.eroThe over nmext has withdroawnu hnhetd or ac-
ngti, ratinm.,for him af-ttaining 3,4(900. K 1.in the Blue -dirure and full -
'r e hl4 %ut on te Briti6 h tailfors Mofntains, Oregon, a. a for-et re-
b.t no 016 c h.i .gh.t rs e.essam y to .r- ter're. O V_ It y and.
1o. 1galU-t i iitbt'% L es _m4 -. ----- viality and
^u 1tti VT+i",y afterhe ha Bov-ht Lartfe Tract of Lanid. Tf the
10ed amhLmentmy. .he ATrerict rt Myr Fl, April 24.-4The Con Vi-or. S
*O6ld have aceJ.pld the leadership of zoIIra4ae uNaval 'Stores company has
Cr1 ,)-inpprefeWdsto of smbran ,no~s kind of blood that is made by
l iprren Just the In Flortda 10J acres of land
DenoIar50 tOf d y would ~eeptJ that, this (Lee) county by the purchase o4
of Mark Hania in preference to that of the charter ard holding" of the Beach
Mark Hanniawould beatGroverCleve- organized !.rt fall, with W. W. Beach H ood S
l*nd before any Democratie conven- of Waye:os., as president, and D. H '
toa that reprmesened the Demoeratie McMillan, vice president The sale
people, no one thinks it necessary tarsook apaeffe yesterday, $0,000, it
.shw S. uthisads... for the." Demo "ie d, being the purchase price. The'
dhit nflt -for.the.Vem tcopsai y now holds about 2000
rW oCleveland was entirely, res of land in this state. Which cures more Blood-diseas.,s


pleased with the Republietn ticket
and platform asd may have been
enough displesaed to have voted against
M@lKnIey.; If his sympathies are turn-
ing back to the Pemoerady he can,
be of use to the party only in one way.
If he will go off and hide, if he can
4sdowd in getting men. to forget that
h evirllred, ft wit be p bl for
Democrats to fight wh chance
otf sace. The memory A im will
$always aid the Relpublicanw and it,
wbhle he is remembered, the Demo.-
ratts should ever be suceessful, it will
beirn spite oft ...
Talk ato party reorganization I
Reorgansatilon I Rubbish 1 Who w.i...
reprgnizfe the party? The men who
have knifed it and threaten to continue
to knife it unless they are placed in
control? The men who have fought
for Democratic principles the last do-
ade._.,j..l..Jagle a.on. Amertuan7
'Who i. insane enough to think they
will select masters and select their
eennies as masters?
Democrats have-not repented of any-
thing and tar nrot going to repent.
They have made two consistent fights
ori principle and will make more.
Will they win? Thoyy rmany in 1904K or
they may not; but they nre not think-
ing of ,iturrenider, If thl penta0nci It must comne from those, who
have abandoned the party. They may
coio binck If they wih.. Most of Ihem
may regain theui r l10t1ienfc by proving
that they dsworve it; but the f&,w who
tiwed tiOe pwi.r I4'Ig)tpooetIt had given
tfim ito nmirdecr the party will have no
honored place in its resturrectiont. If
sutoh havve not repeated leLt then stay
where they long; if, they have let
them iotino backl trid g0 quietly to the
pollit mnd try Lto mako atonement for
thlir treason, knowing that, while
they may 1iake partial atontimenit, the
days of their lendorship are ended.
Deafhess Cannot BeSo Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reaeh the diseased portion of the ear.
Thore lt only one way to cure deaf-
neos, and that to by oonstitutional
remeodles. harnesss is caused by an
nfilantd condition of' the mucous
lining of the tustacohtia Tube. When
this tubo Is inflamed you havo a rum-
bling sound or. Inperfoet hoaring, and
whon it is ontiroly closed, deatnfmss is
the result, Atid amloes th o Illatinti a-
blou atI b1e takln out and this tubet ri)-
wtort d to Its nornikl condition, lh'aring
will be destroyed forever. Nine oamos
out of ten are eilsd l by cattarrh,
which li not)ttllg butt an il t aunod coou-
ditioltOf tho ni lBouL orvites..
We will give Oneo lumltdred Dollars
for ansy case of doeafrn cmtts trhi) that ea>llot, be iurod by
lall'i 1Cotarrh Outre. Sulid for tcuIriu
|nri% froo.,
F. .1. iOH IN Y & CO., Toledo, 0.,
Sold by druggimts, 78c0.
H1 il's Flminily PlI.s arei the bott.
l1tihnoio l said to have mlort miiilet of-
Srnilroads uld more miles of bad wagon
roads tialtn ai y other 8State in the'
Unio n.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter hald f&ti almost
fatal "it tack of whooupig vcough tid
bruelhitvio," writes Mrs. W, K,
Htayilntld. of Armonk, N- Y., "but,
when all other retmediws failed, we
vwvd hel life with lh I King.. ew
X .tio\'ury., Our nieo<, who Bad con-
Mlmipt ion, il l nIl adi'attei:d sta g, aso
used this wonderful ni.4totulu and t4o-

K tInz"Lie D.asec.:w. ae to *..0N eti,


Drops Politics for Masonry.
Mobile. Ala., April 24.-CongTres
man James 1). Richardson. Democrat
le leader of the house, who ia here at
the reunion of Scottish Rite Masonry
Of Alabama, when closing his speech
last night at a banquet tn the Battle
house. announced that he had decided
to quit politics and devote himself to
the work of Scottish RUte Masonry.
The announcement-which was these
made for the first time-was received
with a great demonstration of ap
pause. Mr. Rfchardson is the high
est ranking Maaon In the world,
Excursion Postponed.
Exchange excursion planned by the
board of trade haa been iundefiatel
postponed on eiount' of the fact that
not enough time has belep allowed foi
making the arrangements. 'I'he excur
.Ion wigs ar, funr aior..Mr a.4.,-aan--lt
-w -ri'i'Tilh ..... be Impoesalble to make
arran ;nients for souvenirs, to eomi
plfet. r'r"r tmdtrnce with the town$
which tare to be v!isted and to secure
a t u~fleit repri,,sentation from the



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'THE DAILY SUN:UAINESVILLE, 1LORIDA, APRIL 25, 1903 ____


ACTOR BAILEY
CAUSED SOME FUN


t Want Responsibility of
ding' Vote on All Questions.


A 485,000 GOVERNOR'S MANSION
,8nate Passes Bill-Senator Crews'
S.Iillto Pay Jurors and Witnesses in
iiJuostice Court $1 Per Day Was Passed.
SDOings of House.
^2..srasilgluulJged^,iL.fix:niwute&s of
fatik Thursday morning. Senator Bailey
m..oved that his name be placed at the
o$to'tm of the roll call, stating that he
-tdl not like the responsibility of lead-
ytg off on every vote. Senator Raney
Objected, on the ground that Senator
bLailey's name now led the list, and if
Sit was put at. the bottom it would give
Shi two votes on each proposition.
Senator Crill amended Senator Bailey's
notion, placing his name between
those of the two Wilson's, from the
|.fourth and Seventh districts. After
Sthe indulgence of some jollying and
flattering, Judge Raney moved that
ihp whole matter be referred to the
Judklciary committee, which was car-
ri^'.'~ed.
The following new bills were intro-
QOoed:
;y Senator Faulkner-To exempt
'firoTiA taxation $200,000 worth of proper-
ty, real or personal, from every tax-
.paooyer in the State of Florida,
;BySenatr [taney-To amend see-
nt1on212, ]; '.1 Statutes, regulating
i- toe'issu'i f commissions and fix-
;ing 'the a outs to be paid by persons
aipohited or elected to office before
the issuance of commissions to such
persons,.
By Senator Wilson of the Fourth
.'ti!tnlrict (Ly request)-To protect pur-
oaiers at legal and judicial sales.
';Byenator Faulkner-For the pro-

o0 injured by another, with or without
"imallce toward the owner, or not hav-
i g a lawful fence.
By Senator Crews-To prohibit cer-
'tain employes of telegraph companies
from doing a brokerage or soliciting
business, and prescribing a penalty
therefore.
By Senator Brown-For the relief of
the sureties on the official bond of
-'Francis D. Pooser of Marion county.
By Senator Wadsworthi-To pay de-
fendaiints witnesses in criminal cases.
.3y Senatoi Law--To make an appro-
priation for the estimated deficiency
Sin the pension tax fund for the year
amounting to ,7i,0(X>0.
& Senator Carsun Introd uced a concur-
Srent resolution providing for the ap-
poxintment of a joint connmmittee or
three lawyers of the Seinatke aid live
lawyers of the Hlouse to examine the
revision of the laws as compiled by
Colonel 0. F. Akers, and report their
findings to the Legislature.
The Senate has passed Senator
'' OWS bill to prescribe the compensa-
0"Itl. o to be paid Jurors and witnesses
o4'n behalf of the State in courts of
Ooounty judges and justices of the
Siopetce, and jurors in coroners' inquests,
by a vote of 22 to 2. Senator Crews
worked hard for the passage of this
xsiiaure. It gives witnesses and jurors
pt er day and mileage, against fifty


"I am desirous of knowing if the
profession can obtain Herbine in bulk
for prescribing purposes? It has been
of great use to ule in treating cases of
dyspepsia brought on by excesses or
overwork. I have 'never known it to
fail in restoring thu organs affected, to
their healthful activity." 0c bottle
at Johnson Bros.
PPOE'NC F-0PC.7- 'AL CCANDAL..
RepCita A:r, tf.i'rq Received from Nu.
F u 11'.. : I :', ;t" 0.
to P!!: ,jCr inf(rir( :i.'" 'ri fi'romi
Fl ):ir i .h ' :. t : 'r 'ti" ; to w
.vh'. is .. '' ;,; h I r.v'" l ipat iotu o
prlo I .in i ; 11t t'itiru, relol'rt I
ai" h r. H-,, t,'iv i ,' ; 'the: o itl un y
re;:. ii. su ,ii' rumnisheid theinl
Thio e ..,'(t (;" tih'.'..r inep rts Is to s
si-t. In tIh 'n s e. Pt' tlon lby furnlvui n
*ipecflee, d,''tall. d lInfo. matlon regard-
ing the c;haractrr and necessity oit
otherwise of suippilis sent to ipastof
flres by the drpartmirnt. The chairget
are that suipplles were sent to poatotf
flees regardless of the recoyinmend ,
tlons of poetmasters as to their neces
slty.


I


Ieats under the present law. The in- Broke Into House. va v i v Ii
ret aed compensation will be a great S. Le Quinn of Gavendish, Vt., was Via Owot tt on Mh o U1 nr
.ibeflt to poor men who have to robbed of his customary health by n-. III l o r ItlM or ISlll Mt', I ;
vel ac ross a county as, witnesses or vasion of chronic constipation. Whi.n m uu Jcmin *
4t*rors, aul who could ill afford the Dr. KinRg'sNew Life Pills broke into
!a,at the old rate of compensation. lhis house, his trouble waist arrested asnt Rp1i[t) l t anTHI l l1 irias.it ,0,
T? bill will no doubt meet with the ow he 's entirly cured. Thy' re T
idbrt of a majority of the House. Store. 1 ini rTalleI in effect A ril I1 )
eas&ttor 1W's bill making an appro- Dr part For tAINE 'Yvi, rr rn
Piet iOn fOVi tihe purchase of a site, MANY JEWS MASSACRED.
"eiaon' of building and furnishings 12;10pm hi; tprig, Nwl,-rry 5,1 4I4tr 1 w '"
if a Govepor's mansion, came up i | S ec-u Arti-3c;tlc Riitst Occur at 1 ait y .n4 disle '.nts >' lt
the Senate for consideration on it St. '-"':ux t. 12,:3 7 n 12 :37D i.l I.". gwhtr d .m l 'i .
4se0 d .reading. An- attnlidment to v .. ",, -k a.i 2 7w Daily iti. .. .... . ... '
on t(he appropriation' $4 ,0 fa) iled., ,,: .,, y ,a ., d ; p ,, ,,.. .
SSe nator .r any move-d that the:, : ... ,.t, a. li.i>l.,.fy. nil r t, "Ast nd -y l
1 be $! ,0,.) andrid madn a -,ruuig ar- ,.,&^ ..: April ::,. i a ,,u .... .. .
s'Int t favor of this amount Thi's .A b r ,:.f w('ri.'"< r' i' .- 'o4 an at.a 4 T, nj i ring .'avn)r h -. i'
0iindment was adopted by .a vote. of. (,i t I( .f,.' ': i h ,:t'( a,.,' To it rnT. ni lim y orth, a ,' t i
io0-*1. The bill was lh.ne ordered i' t.r of 1:,. ]iut-'r 'u a f order( -t f t.h'
eif r sed for its tinal reading. adjoptiono fif tpre''ial max res to rote 4 p- M..,vi
| bi:llegalising trnod is~ms in the order in tt te- .and the distrlctw li ly Jhwll anul M ojilyy
,-,yoartow for minumiKilrinim.rov .-.. "" .
Aist, introduced some days ago by owy'S Kidney Cure Gp '
stator Wilson of th seventh di" rictn.. 'tkes i*dys and bfiW rfOit_. __ j _, r, --
,~ ,aed andc .ertitle d to the. .. '. .
Se'4-r _- W T wni-Wlhy, be to I' me-A wis Xit- .It r'menhln- ihuo,') Tik s0e )1-"-n r (Abut f -nJ the Prio
" ore Is a- old painting of ()Otevsla t1ng alaonl ai mtld. 4ltW UIy M al 4p! railwhays ih the o'mtl rn ttse. m sr,.' .n *s 1 ty she ptinpal s0t. *
-0I~ 0 vernor's offcle. I.. i. owmwd -. t.A t fl l a.h 1 *Trr I ti' th > .( r Portt.t 'a. S, 'to -ew Yort.' it" a. ,
to"ni lb I ~lto the $rate. To stbs end A TowWe a, 1W tokd a *0 5as g' Fr ao~npl'tW OiWnarnaihe aW"i,
7tUrestol.tion wa* s trod h. .A t r ,
A"oviAOL.. -. .- ".. ."
H s t 4 * ^*' P # ^ ^~. .. .. .. .*: = . . .. . ... ... '' v'o
-' .i.t-. M".... .


for the Stato.
New bills were introduced as fol-
low-
By Mr. Willard-'-To pay defense's
witnesses in criminal cases.
By Mr. Sinmnons-To' prohibit the
breaking and rough Landling of pack-
ages by railroad companies.
By Mr. Long-To prohibit certain
enployesi of tele' ;lh companies from
doing a brokerage business.
By Mr. McNatuee-To provide for
the incorporation of literary and scien-
tifie societies.
By Mr. Scott-To provide for the
payment of damages to agriculture by
animals ruining at, large.
..--.y-Mr^hrte''^-rrrvid ttrtr-'tIvr"
building of a t(overnor's mansiun, and
inaking an appropriation.
By Mr. St. Clair-Abrams--To amend
section 350 of the Revised Statutes
relative to agricultural statistics.
By Mr. Strozier-For the relief of
theL sureties on the bond of Francis B.
Pooser.
Mr. Koonce secured the passage of
his bill for the relief of Otto, C. But-
terwick of Brooksvillo. The sum al-
lowed is $98 for atenographic work in
the case of the State vs. Willie J.
Lane, for murder. The county refused
to pay the bill after the appointment
had been made by the County Judge,
and the only recourse was by the act
of the Legislature.
D). Webb secured a reconsideration
of the vote by which the enabling act
of his medical examination board was
defeated yesterday, but on the second
vote the bjll was killed by a vote of 28
to 30.
The House has passed the Senate
concurrent resolution providing for
thu appointment of a committee com-
potsed of three lawyers on the part of
the Senate ard live on the part of the
House, to examine the compiling of a
revision of the laws by Col. C. F. Akers
of Orlando.
Mir. Long's bill appropriating $5,000
to complete a history of the soldiers of
Florida serving in the Indian, Mexcian
&n arVbttween the States, contain-
ing a roster of the soldiers engaged in
the several wars, with the records ap-
pertaining thereto, was paised.
A Physician Writes.


For 20 Years Has L! ail ;Vm Eamedtes. m SStza









OMARCUS EN m


S Gaincsville, Flurlda


AN INVITATION


M7- M C \ l'.lT L DR ET^O 1





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S^invite L'a ) urnispet ur ul .,





mg o &fc
which i the mos t oniYC
assembly of gentlemen ; ap-
pairel vcr shown in (Ciiie'3r

MARCUS ENL'/h ,.
Exidel Bro,.'1 Blok'
April sixtirnt hi,
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NMAInCUS ENDEJL.
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*FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
41 .......IS L 8E 0 0AtitiT
vwvwq~yw

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JOHN D. MUF
ESlA IINII EllS


IPHY, Mgr.
18 ,S0


Farming Implemnets



tugs, Belting, Phcklngletc.

Iiti 4l il t r lotem Sohil iii ant y





Baird Hardware Co.
W A IN MLE., LA. .



WANTED-1


A LLAwTOt SKINS,
HIDES, 4
WAX,
WOO(,


Highes t Ma tPries Paid

D. 1Kirtklx1and,
41 to's 42)1 S 1J tI t.,
AVAN A I I. -
HAIAN OBO nWA

MAX KRAUSS,


E. A. WEILI & Co0., a z:,i'"
W OL-SA L SHOES


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*~I4~N VAl ITY iTShmta',. Eyery


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One Cent a o
Advertsemenita o ten words or 'ore vi*r.,
this head hImerod tor One Cent .a Wot'4; Int davnuiao, efth'tmrtlontf.
peaise wAnswer 4vertJseinent4 s .a a40
In the advertlso-uen t.
The oonlttewo orftall persons inlriig 1'ai
Moeqs $11mod with tintItals witl l. r sipt*4 d
holr natIes will net be nivon O inqulrersI, ,
[ - "*--*--*---y^ ^ -* ---..-"^*^
t. wt #1m Ag o a
IYOU wanit W1 s buy unt.you lhave see iMe. I co
money. hI imonv lil the besat W
herdles, aittoe miut>s nod t xturrori all4 f
\iiat machines- At ushnes hlieoi M in w is*??
ehatige, Seoond-hltnd unuimhlo yii rw ;
vrive. c ll on or sidtets 0. A. W.T. g
--atirlw Tha SIntter MI( cO. P. 0.8oxI *,



MatIlilsek P anos

NkoTEl) iOU S ETNESS ANf PuIu.
T V 0 TONE, POWKU AND
DURABILITY.


Ihnt p1limno ror thIs try InA tlmalto, stands Ito
tun> lurier than otileri. cout)trnot ie,.t niaterialsla> l n n 11 i o tlatia
.morkmuaishldip obtainablee.
Up to drt o In every
dethill MOd ITdI-
equaled.
Sold by us continuously for
OVER THIRTY. TWO YEARS
without a Bsingle failure. If you
want a piuno .or a lifetime's
service buy thi
vatlhulhee kI T.
'lPrtce ua lov ft ,..hUiM)iUtnf wlh vultSty
t'timh o on r ,r. Hont on I daysi'
trtal U l'rolltho. Wrtte
fi ,. TODAY.



Ludden & Bates

Sonutherin MUSIC Honse,
SAVANNAH, - 'A.


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omm ttee, Noticed the Crowded
ip t on. of theaShoot and Agreed
g ftgSoth tdi Q 4n Ground Are

t^e emmittiee from the Legislature
re va^poitt:ed on a committee to
:t< ( 'stlor :8eminary in this
.,lt, er om omty e. t
(' 'prixed;'Sepxtor


p NI: 4^ WU~oIz f .Levy county and Riep-
tet VOAes.all of Ptnamn and Kfi6g
The committee :reported as: being
|pl rimpreseBd4 .th the college, ith
1;A M 0t|4ieo, the efficiency of its fao.
u t and everything in general, TJIey
t IoteAd the crowded condition of the
g-oinM, a nd agreed that the -college
'ulj'Wngs and grounds should beogreat-
enlag"ged4. This report will no doubt
bL e embodied with the report of the
O0mrxlttee to tile Legislature.
o1. :Wall nd tLepresentatate KingD
swrk*leen at the Brown House.
NelCther of te felt inclined to talk
fo ptblit1at'ion, as both admitted that
i i~ idin't k ow anything.:
&-Sntor BUteh departed over ii
S eiq^boArd Ar ine for Albion, while.
) rnpuentat.t'eV Wall a Kid King left
r thl e 0. & for Tallaassee last

NO#^ THlER L o u8 i CTORY.
WAildoBaseball .Team Goes Down in
efeat Baforers Boysfof0, .H.S S
The ba ganiie be ween the Gaines-
i viDe ii h School ad Waldboteams re-.
Sa 'ie to ry for the High 'Sbool.
Although the Waldo players were.
girowni men and the High Schoola were
I mnre kboys, the game proved to be a
," lk- r forthsi-l-Sgh hohool.


herem was.a yfril odcrWdprem-
,en,-a part of wh)lch f Consisted of the
yotunrg ladies ofrthe High School, who
y their enQoulraghing words and fair
faces ertainly wre an inspiration to
the l1)oy0, gealy aiding In the glorious
06oto wIiifrylioh was won. .
(hI. Pr he prinomipai feature .of. the game
.*wa.a: thlree-baSe.hit to deop center by
EirsteNt Waller, the crack Junior catcher
o'f. the State.
'.There-is-certainly g reitlaseba l ta l-
e!t among the High School boys, and
it the buticusa neliit of tle city will (n.-
on. ouritge them financially they will
..robly. be ablheto play on the Oak
alls a few years hence.
G i,8. S Line Up. Waldo.
Wi" ller ..........0 ......... Fortuner
S.... ... t ..... ... ... B ll
irlile........ 3r... ......Cathn
I.........de.2r~d.8 8...... ...Prewi
Gra'Le nde......S S .Prewitt
- Il.............L F..............Ross
: 1:a l. .O<... ,...... P.. ......, intense
.':,;. Th.oma.... .... .... F.........: Ooily
#AVANNAH WANTS REUNION.
*Olegatlon to Now Orlean to Extend
.:^ . Invitation to the Veto.
ll $&(' '.* + ---Sayanmnb
wan tt e next reunion of the Conled
Orate Veterans. Whch the Savannah
ve ts go to New Orleans' next month)
They will extend an In'vltatlt on ole.
tualf of-tfils city. rand every effort will
be made io induce the veterans to
decide upon this city as the plawe for
.the great rcouno of 19t. '
Intervtews with prominent veteranst
all show a trong sentilnment. support.
l, in tihe rtelutlon and tohe Savannah
veterans at New Orleante will be back.
ed by supplementary Invitations when
they extend the invitation:;

"I hIave uo doubt you have heard
s.: ome stores -to my dis*eodlit," he said.
"I don't itke to put it t o tht way,"
"'' he qui-tily repilld. .
: low then" he hopefully asked.
S "I av' ever heard. any stores to
your credit;." said e.-Clevel un Phain
i- Dealer.


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Waltr (atg'd ft-Papa, when I
g.. ow r up may t- get carried?
Pap --y son, I treret to se yul aUn-
t iptate tremble so earty l t Ute-Chitc-
^ ^' * ",*'' ." 1. :- . : s-

l..s. TubttetttM ve beeti preechiag
thia I ornIlng to at congregation of a ne.
- IWtly begaretck- a em; a oucd jeux
:'+: a .'C ..llted ths, "bUt! e- borttc el Ally
a of


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A Full Assortment, i lu ng
his .Latedt Patterns.


WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summer
Specialties,

.. BAIRDARD WAR PANY
GAMIESVILE, FLORIDA

Wy N o tProtect Your Orauge
Tres Fom Cold01?
and all other fruits and vegstablis from heat
or cold, at so small a cost that the very least
fruit grower or trucker cart use It as well as
the rich. and so simple that a twOyear-old
child can use it and manage it. I will demon-
strate Its simplicity, durability and cheapness
for one single dollar and a stamped envelope
-sent to my nadress., by express money order. I
will send sample and guarantee its success or
refund the money. I want to get it to all the
people tha t are interested in their own inter-
est. One dozen beads of good solid cabbage
will pay for the saving of One-half acre for
three years. or longer if you wish. No poison
used. Safe, sure. simple and cheap. Try it
once. If you and it to be a humbug tell every-
body you can. If not, keep it to yourself and
let them 1ind out like you dd I am a free born
white chap, and not afraid for any one to know
who I am ind all about the new and God-sent
Discovery. Don't wait. Find out as soon as
you can if you want to keep off .bugs, worms
ant cabl)ae lice and raise early stuff for the
S market or your own use. Send express moe13y
order if convenient: if not, registered letter, to
E. J. WILLIAMS. Cedar Key. Fla.


Sf woth iS of the thiiates f bur. hospitals are women. They are in most cases either for treatment
Str for opieramti nmadoae necessary by advanced stages of female troubles which have resulted in ovaritis,


w "AN OPERATION NECESSARY."
ra these tls r th examination strike terror to a woman's 4qul, and with what regrets she
de.rn eawmhen aconsitde0rs that the operation has become necessary through her own neglect. Female
derioin tet c ure themsetves, and neglecting the warnings of nature only means putting it off until
ieio Mn 110 cur,.'The woman who letV her trouble make headway pays the penalty of a dangerous opera-
S d a lif no of impaired usefulness at the best, and the operation (iften proves fatal when her life
M"W4t- bavo been i byt I ydIR. P1. rnkham's Vegetable Compoiund, a- .
* When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstru.
4nlo0, weakness, leucorrhoea, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that

lence), general debility, indigestion and nervous prostration; or are beset with
such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, ner-
v1Ksnesss, sleeplessness, melancholy, and*" want-to-be-left-alone feelings, and
the blues, they should remember that there is one tried and never-failing
ri.mQdy; Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound at once removes such troubles.


READ THE FOLLOWING LETTERS.
m "D,:.. Mis. I-KIIA3:-1 I cannot tell you how much good you have done me and how thankful I
am to you tor it. For fivo ycars I have not been free from pain for a day I have had backaches, headaches,
and those awful dragging nations with loucorrhcea, an when menstruaMtion appeared I was in -uelh a
ctndiition I coutd hardly sit up. I doctored all the time, but nothing' helped me, and I was told thatt lan
operation was necessary.
"Two months ago a friend suggested that I try Lydia E. Plnkihani's Vegetable Compound. No
orn knows what it has done for me and how thankful I am for it. It brought me the first well days I have
hril for five years. It did for me.what doctors could not do, and "I want every suffering woman to know
alk)tltu it." --loutsim NAva J, 751 E. 166th St., New York UCity.
"Dmat M-a. PitertXA~r:- I wLsh to thank you for what Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound
h(s lono for me. I had terrible hemorrhages, being lacerated from the birth of my child. The doctor told.
n i hat if I would haveai Olpemation I would be welt and strong. I submitted to it,but was worse than
be toreo; no oMona.knowsWNatJ sptfered. Finally a friend advised me to try your Vegetable Compound ; I (lid
o, ind con1'Mlit ei to *e: etter ; I continued its use, and it has done for me what doctors could not do. I
am t wrong' 1w I "I Xwoume with any kind of female troubles would only consult vou before submitting
to. :n olper~ ;.p, up uIti be spared many hours of pain and suffering. I cannot thank you enough for
wiN.t you have dnefor me."- ANw. KIRCnOFF, 15 E. 100th St., New York City.
000,a.OO 5 F if we easnot forthwith produce the original letmets and signature. of above testimonials, which will prove
$5000- t tenuinemessa. Lydila Pikhakium Medleine Co., Lynn,Ma ..
WISE IS THEP WOMAN WHO HAS FAITH IN

SLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.


aonkt ..Pi.s ns
by agitating the,
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the Intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-.
ural agitation llcaustl by cathartics, compels
contlnual and increasing doses to
att an the results.

acts on thec
liver; cures Chi, -
and Fever, and every form oif
Malarial, Bilious, Renfittting and lat.r
mining PFcvers, and, bLy going to the seat of t.I?
trouble, Wotii; permanent cure.
S '. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE:.

For Satt by J& h-on Bross.. ite O ,,svillh


G. S. MERGHLNT


Reatilers and Jobberc in.


Staple and Fancy Groceries,


6rai n, iarn C eed ard Fertlizers.


4 Colapltt tsook tf Hs^y Contx, O s )hbr, :.ka Mel ( te
All~;+ ,+: :


The Florida


Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find

it to their interest to communi-

cate with THE qAMERON AND

BARKLEY COMPANY, Charles-
+ e


WA LLACE S
CITY 1)lRU(G STORE
Makes a specialty of
Compounding Prescriptions
as they should be.

Fresh stock of DRtU4S,
TOILET ARTICLES, etc.
F1ll Line Patent i4edldines
Phone ill.

Atlantic Coast Line
Mileage Tickets,
($25.00 Per 1,000 Miles),
Are good over the following lines:
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
RICHiMOND. FREDERICKSBUTRO & POTO-
MAC RAILWAY.
WAS HINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
OL'l1SVILLE r NASIHVILLE RAILROAD,
ExCept Louisville, Iarrod's Creek a West
Port. It. Elakton& Guthle .It.iH; Glasgow
IH R.: 1 teltclartrlan H. a.
tIIARLS'TON & WEST-N CAROUINA RY
SO -u'rH GIEO.GIA RAILWAY.
G EOlRil A NORTHERN RAILWAY.
TIrFTO >N & NREtTHEA1`TERN RAILROAD.
0('ILLA & ZU'VINVILLE RAILROAD,
TIIi 'IX-TON & NMOU, TRI RA IW AYV


irm t and Truck Growerf.Af...
A Conv.:nien( 1Method of Traveling.
One Year ....... $1.00 J. CItAIG, G. R A..
Single copies ... ... 'I Wilmington N. N

.N.ii .S '. iS S A Li
A hadlsonm'ly illustrated nhuifnev, ',,,. irt u- of t de ,ree oftoreclos-
d.vol -est peeialiy to the inter-.ts f and r.reo""the
th fruit aud veabl. grower,.. e lth
t peAI c trial subs. ri tion ot f s .. '. o er. J- in
+ nfti4 w- il 1 't oni rii.it of .reeovi Vp 141% W1 1 l ii rter. +
",t', ,, --re i -,-
'-t. us lita q'P taken. d.o l... l. ,-
I. J. BRU-RYT, (kala, Fla. to e e e
I mm se ,threy hcrq to e ooun
I.... ".a.0 .r-inrt NI. r' -iiA ,v f st;aIn--T.,117e, .Ae I .
Mal.nt C t Lb tmoendt he aun day of
SMontbly Fnaanal Statement 'Coauty t W te leal ar or
Board of Publc Instruetlon,. A Ir that ertam i t. treat ee orS el
STATE OF FLARiA. Nof eh la Stt- e of' ri.ta l nd de' e im
kWUNTY or AtLc'I-A foil Tt,wt Ihl t de t re
Aprii 7. i ItI. iur ai, I f ,I Thuriu.een (31, ilk
Him. H. C. lruton. Clerk Cirmuit Court. n,,txr it+ " '" 'S' 11;
S ir Ot eomplanc Ite th Se (.hi. ie.. ia or '\ r h5 t. iS, to.
Law, of ora I hereby Wtiwe st You th(e ,. mal m F' 'orMirtn ar1 r ll .
flowiwt ib4ale Bn1 aal statementt of al (3 on 4F re u. (t e P*5
S %-a.Nwr rcered and extne, Ahm l i
W. Oh,, moeey'ttir e iseth- a warr sta t ei oro l mte f!olIow-tnem 'i ott ., b"imz or,- hf W ite m',t. reemrt Oww09,
April T. I .V t t -tsn ri. li it v- tnmind ete-s n 4, e
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___T 8AILY U;N: ; AIEiVITE, F1IDA, APRIL 25, 1908


: P,.ASHES FROM THE

the military department o
verslty of Alabama will pr'
(Ibolished.
Oscar Cicero, a negro, has
Vieted of murder and senten
'i4Buned at Camilla, Ga., on 3
King Edward will send the
Wales to St. Lorils as presid
royal commission at the exi
Secretary of the Navy M(
that the officers indicted in I
,or smuggling are being per
Three street railway lines
'go have been placed in the
,teceivers wing to a default
: st.
F'6iifonroe. Adams, of Sumte
aentenced to hang for murder
irespited by the governor
reached the condemn-ed man
'waS putting on his shroud.
Speaking to New Englai
manufacturers Lieutenant
Guild said the spindle boor
I- eoutth is due to "cheap lal
'ours and modeTate taxation
In the commons Mr. Be
Sd'enounced the Morgan shiI'p
a$ piratical.
The latest report to partle
ed In the capture of the eac
vict, Whitley Williford, Is
ect that he has been locate
t own of Doerun, 18 miles no
1 ilia, Ga., on the Georgia
railroad, and that a posse
pursuit of thim.
S By the explosion of a boi
t *aw mill of Shore &. Moaes,
thania, N. C., three men w
Rad one injured. The hes
of the victims was literally
Uisj body and flung upon a -pi


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WEAK LUN GS'G$-


al.{ Weak lungs are [Sucesseor to. Sitter& AMernmanil
ben co [ r8duot0o a over lAxtion A. Co's Bank., Gainesvill<
been con negl0ctd cough.
iced to be a Only Ia malllper Pe4 l a ion to nanl rip w
June 9. ( cent. of th -, ..l. ..... -....... .-- --.-..---.. -. ...-.. ......
prince o lions who hav R. ORDON eB. TISON.
prince of th consumption In-
ent ofthe hetit it. A slight DENTIST.
position. cold, a tickling or ---
oody say* hacking cough Is Graduate Baltimore Collt p'e-, ntal Surgerv
Porto Rico the beginning, ive a4rs' extirioence n Nv4el York City.
secuted .\(\ and after It has Crown, 1lridke work and Filling> spoctles.
ineculted, reached a certain ALA WOK 4VA1UANir T I i
in Ohica' 9 '" f advanced stage Or i IN EpSUI. i1W4K. cA,..isvua,,. 1'.A
hands ol there is no ending except the grave. ......-------...-- .- --
t of inter Any case of consumption that is curable; l?- J, H. PllERSON,
that is. any one haying. Dn.uinpi- w - N T
.... familyy ir-TTends still hold on to a ray of DENTIST.,
cr county, hope, may take comfort In the knowledge of South Si(e Sou ,ire, ':' vinle P'a
7, has beea the fact that One Minute Cough Cure will
. News give instant relief and finally cure. --
Swhil 'hi This famous remedy does not pass inmediately
into the stomach, but lingers lon In t lie threat. o1e0 larnes lool, acoroms the hua rrou S ilthb's
and lungs, producing thefollowing results: uio,
(1) Relieves the couih. -- -----
nd cotton 2 Makes the breathing easy, PA N,
Governor (3) Cuts out the phlegm. W. PATTN
ern Draws out the inflammation.
m in th 4 5 Kills thA germs (microbes) of disease. CIVII, ENOINeIER AND S\ 1itV'YOR
bor," long (6) trentthens the mucous membranes. iGK4 L ll.
7r," lon c i0leatt I G X.thehead. GAiVXU.lt.
n." 8) eleveltvhe feverish conditions. Dean.lr In re, S ..tate. Ti'oaOttlhly posted
we hd 9) Ws every cause of the coutb andi tbe with every seotton of land In Alaiiliiu county.
DwieS ah9 traln on the lungs. orresrondenee solicited.
ping trust 900) Enables the lungs to contribute Ipure life.- --r _-------..-.
givine and life-5ustainlytX oxygen to the blood. Cures J. DEMPSEY,
Croup and all Couch. Lung and Bronchial AffectiUos.
s interest. CONSUMPTION CURED. FURNITURE RF.I'.AIRIC>)
2aped con. My physclian told me one year ao that I would and Male New.
die of consumption InsIde of a yqur. I comO ]-menced ,, ,,.
to the ef, taking One Mimite Couch Cure for my luni trouble L2)KING QLA SS 4S RIt iiI.V 1HUD.
d near the and It cured me. I have gained 20 pounds and I aii "
prett live 'dead woman.' One Minute Cough Cute We buy or sell furniture, or can oontraot
rtheaCst of save me." MARY F .SULu vAN, Grand Reapds.Mich. with yo onil thea oom0pi.1ion bi.is.sl. 1'iatrounal
Northern Pleasant to the taste. Good for Children. soitietted and slitiatnotol alv Nl% Ns.
is now In Good for every body. For Coughs, Colds, .
qroup, Whooping-Cough, Bronchitia, Asth- TLFRED S. TAY)LR.
ma, Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung PAINTINO. AND
ler at th tubl r 0,medy i, 0so goo0d, as I PAPER ItAN(,INta
SkillONE MINUTE INESVLE
ad of one OT
torn from COUGH CURE A Arnt forD(OAT) W L PAPER
lie of lum- Prepared by E. 0. DoWITY & 00.. QOIOAQO N r.


Uerl'. low water in the boilOer CaU.sdO
the explosion. IODIJFORD & Mte C0l.Ua.,
,. E, J. Kennedy, of Greenosboro, 'N. C., .. --~ - .:...---1
makes cominlaint at Roanoke, V&,s that' *ii MEN AND WOMEN.
tie was robbed of $1,761, and a ticket UWO Big ~Ito( sunnukral
from Winston, N. C., to Denver, Oolo, 'irtat an or "u-a 9O
Damage to tho battleship Iowa at ,"tL all, an ofiucousnd nio brallrl.
Pensacola, Fla., is not so serious ai *tyHE SEVANS CHEMICI. C0. gont or poislouiln.
*was first reported. The vessel will. CCiVC lHAT,o.I orld b* y In l ilta.
.-_ _, .... .. .. ....... .. ^ 4.H,At 0, or lit In pliutni w!M44i3r,


ue abie to leave wiAth th squailron to
day.
....-, ----.. ... .-.S A s rr P iy'- a RKI n ................
Lord Lyons, English minister at
Washington during the civil war and
afterward 1inaliissador to Fra'nce, was
a diplomatist to the core. lie was ex-
ceedingly tactful in action and hnd the
rare art bf keeping his own counsel.
When Sir Edward Blount called upon
himone dity lat the embassy In L'Prls
he foo1nd tliit 1 well known Jourlalist
had prec(edlk him. Thle visitor was lay-
ing down the liaw in [I loud toiei, and
when, after his departure, Sir Edward
was received. he took thu liberty of
saying:
"MUy I be allowed to nsk If It i1 quite
Wise to discuss stoite so'crets in siell a
loud towe-? I lieaird every' word that
was said. ti lord,. ia I iat in tihe 4 iante-
roomn."
"Ali!" slii I,ord Lyons. "But even
theu you could( not hear what I said,
for I said nothing."--Youth's Conm-
panion.
The Io.' k ml of Lake IEriel s
The 250.) iillo rtn)t1gh of 1,l4(e E4l4t Ies
approximately in the direction of the
west to southwest winds which prevail
In that part of the country. Thlius the
lake offerR au excellent opportunity for
studying the effects of the wind upon
a large body of Inclosed water, and
very interesting these effect* somne-
times prove. lthythmic giusts produoo
v rocking motion and great blows from
the west or southwest sweep the liquid
body of the lake eastward and soiue-
timnes Cnluse a rise of eight feet or more
at Btull'nio in the course of a few hours.
An soimn a- thl innximut1uit force,of the.
gale has i)is'(d the water swings back.
Contliuuil ro't1kilg!s are observed on
doty; w'r,,ii tlh, 4 irv'ngth of the wind
tlucnt,1t'--. l il4 ('s onlmipanion.
flow 41'. Ae i n'4ts Fiear The >t444 i: :~yt11tinlis helihevted that
Iron vs. tOw tilnh o4 f Typlhou1. thle ene-
.my of o'iris. ;:4,- for this rliason It wasH
cOlli].dl','4'l i514pur4.. No one could malke
u4e of it ,,' I'n for the list ordlillry
:lreqirit.042 4f life wlvtthout polluting
his ?t.i iia 4i 1, t A'! .t w oVl' d C.141. -l
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WAILKE i& SIAYLOR
ATTORNEYS-A.\T- iLA W,
Jacksonville. Florida

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T T -1II1H P U B LICS Opposite Post..lU.e.
We, the undersigned, hereby agree I
to pay $1,0(X) to any manufacturer of, Beat diniing place in city,. Fin
I Wine, Lhnom ti.d Civrs.
paintt who caitn iS ow, by Simiilar toeats,s, ...... ....
a1lly paint Rtiindilng upo1 iiy initial TiE lITt ENI),
suiirfaceo at perfectly and for so4 long a
time as ourF FINE W .INS, .,IQt'OtRS & CI(GARS
.liAPI'HIT'E EL.ASTIC PAINT. t jOHN MiNI: 4.s 'roprlotor.
WVe guaranlto. (iRAPITlTE ElAS- J)S3l2 lWity at.. .iitlLovllie.
TIC paint, to contiinJ1 no (tr, mrsia, as- Faust beer, bot I.uaid ldrauht,. Dont
philtuin or any of the( prodiet.i of fail to oall on li.% IvlIni tin Jatel(onvil
p'etrole-.n, (ind when applied to l y .
Surface act(ording1 to mor directions to WrI EN IN .IA' .))NVI LLE
wear perfectly for a period( ol fiv
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years, a nd we agree t i riiFlii, I ree F
charge, all paint necessary to ruepaint
an3y s11rface where it, 1has provi4l de-
fective. Siglied',
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A.
We take pleasure illn hinoirucil)g that
wI ,., e l. oo uiiirled cont rol fcor A 4in'holn


county for the sni'i of ti Cctlebrated
GRAPHITE 1IASTI (gienrally
known as iiT 1Un(l Sam I1lint.) TlIli
paint has1 thti highest endorolemtints for
tin and iron roofts and all exposed
metal.
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TIlE CRYSTALL \,)(OON ANI) IDt(l
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The lbest. lti|uor, in the city. Enut'r-
talinel 'it every ni t' i t iRoof (.lrdi'n
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Steaks, Fish
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aVliq4L iEale 4epiarMe yORter4ay fot
Goap: wOe e h0' Wa called cd profes -
alonh b. "+'
'Miss ;Se rtr, Ohitty, a'oharlaIg
you.. g 1 l. or MIanopy .bis visiting.
her s:lter, Mtr. F. Hil, in this city',
hop. W. King, the clever traveling
,:*: :.,, iR passengerr agent of the O, X. ears,
.. .. .with headquarters at anford., is in the
^/r.*:**;' :' :i *' / .' 4 ,'" '" .... -' < *> Ioiley's Kidney Cure make's kidneys
,':-:'.^ *..i ....*.. vand tlad or right, 'Don't delay tak-
i.' .;r.o.it.. "b'. O-Wallacy's drug
.,*.*,~ ~ ~ .* .*; ^ ; *^ ;' 1,.1'. *' 1 t iO -- '--,, ,-. .
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l. from pointe south, where he has been
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I|Th, S !un.: n
g( 'tr~b Vughnalas A l0ll.
e ,Ste sole agent for
|^fA' ndfon ertul 8av0.
i D. Gfay ot Atreondo vIsIted
~4her' ha thid 'city ygaterday,
; .M-.^ :Twi~gg. of WhiJ.
filTrilinil^^ow use yes-
iak A Teague, a prominent oli-
i real estat miian of oata, is at
IqWW Ittees .,"''' "."' : .
ip and safest remedy for
|fitNddetoler diseases is Floy 's
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. I IIiiure ItiK Ci p aa. J, ,
$ee MoyN's for oodpou contracts IRi the
.Stanudaz'd .rtoe "/^w:i' ';
Try that corned beet at Fagan' mar-
ket. OinJly beo per pound, tf "
A Rpot14.tn board, $8.50O per woekl.
Apply to:.L. WJaW ton t
A. P. Odell of Mioanopy was Among
the buasnesi visitors to this oty yes-
terday,
Drf, Alled, the oculista and aurist of
DeLand, Was at the Brown Rouee yes-
terday.
. Wlfted -.First-elass chambermnaid
or waiter. No others need apply.
Kauffitani House, 2t
W. t. Hill and J. H. Dew, represent-
ing the New York Life Insurance Comn-
pany, haveretirned from a business
trip to High Sriings.
The best physic: Ohamberlain's
Stomach and iVoert Tablets. Easy to
take v pleasarthrmiwffPT .'.TiyialHlbyF
all druggiasts and medieltie companies.
Oapt. J. Maxey Doll and Perry M,
Colson have- returned front T'llahas-
see, where they have been on impor-
tant business connected with the State
lands.
J. A. Deai, formerly of Otter Crook,


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8IR :,:. + i).:: UIL$E".PEP'ART8." .":I

Will Go to New Orleans, Where He Will
Open Season's Engagements. '
Dr. Clarence B 8trouse, the eminen
exangelist, who has spent the past
Winter in Gainesvlle, will leave forI
'ew Orleans Monday, where he hasi
been calledd to conduct the opening
meeting of his season, s Dr. Strouse
has many warm friends in Gainesville,
through whose influence he has under-
taken the work of establishing a winter
Bible eonfeiniee in this city.
The magnift0ent auditorium now in.
course of construction is nearly
finished, and the program for the
opening session of the conference is
completed and contains the best talent
in the land.
sermon Sunday morning at the Meth-
odist church. He has also consented
to preach Sunday,evening at the Bap-
tist church.
The people of Gainesville can ill af-
ford t6 miss either of these sermons.
No more eloquent expounder of .God's
word has ever been heard here, and we
wish Dr. Strouse Godspeed and an
early return to this field.
Confessions of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of %Wake, Ark.,
writes: "For 12 years I suffered from
yellow jaundice. I consulted a number
oft physicians and tried all sorts .i
'medicines, but got no relief. Then I
began the use of JElectric Bitters and
feel that I am now cured of a disease
thkt had me in its grasp for twelve
.iars." If you want a reliable medi-
cine for liver and kidney trouble,
stomach disorder or general debility,
Jfet Electrio Bitters. It's guaranteed by
all druggists. Only &0c.
IN JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.
Alexander Murray, Under Charge of
Soddmy, Bound Over.
Among other cases coming before
Justice Colman Friday was that of
State of Florida vs. Alexander Murray,
a colored man, upon the serious charge
of sodomy.
Murray is well known in this city and
vicinity, having been here for several
years. He has been employed for the
g..reati.r.lait'_the.. -LimP te-Lby- th*-v&r-io-
livery stables of tho city, where, it is
said, lie became a victim of sodonatiu
practices.
The defendant being not ready for
trial, ho was coninitted to the county
prison in default of a bail of $105 fojr
his appearance at the coming session
of the circuit court.


JUST REC!EIYE :
New Lot Fancy Wbit*Goio
16, 20, 2, 3q, 8. 5o d.
New Shirt Waist Llltln
Also ;'.; l
Embroidered Fronts
f0or Waist ::
No velty L inensl. ...
For Skirts and Jacket Stilts
..---..arranteld f ast Cologa.
Stamped .:. ":
Linen Waist Patterns,,
Novelties in Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and
lOc Goods.



MRS. R. WILSON'|



ICE (R!AMf FPRElERS


REFRIGERATORS
WATER COOLERS
MOSQUITO
CANOPIES-
AND ALL
SEASONABLE
GOODS


yvs d lkul-y i ure if iaKen in tinme
affords security from 'al kidney and
bladder diseases. Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug. store.
John Chesnut has returned from a
Visit of several days to Charleston. He
was he guest of his motherand sister,
Meadames H. T. Ohesnut and A. J.
Gibbs, and reports a tmost delightful
time.
Col. I. E. Webster, after a brief visit
to his family in this city, has returned
to his duties at the mines of the Dat-
ton Phosphaid Company in the West
End. Owing to the fact that Col.
Webster expects to be detained at the
mines for several w.'eks, he will move
hiis family there temporarily
Archdeacon Gray of U oly Trinity
church ii, in Orando ere he has
gone on business connued with the
erection of the proposed jw Episcopal
church here. He expels to return
in time foe the services tomorrow, and
will deliver the second of his series of
sermons to men on "Empty Churches,
and the Lodge and the. Church," at
7;80 in the evening.
Tie case of Ishani Walker of Bell vs.
the Seaboard Air Line, damage for
personal injury in the sum of $1,800,
was filed in the office of Clerk Denton
yesterday by Judge ,. A,. Carlisle, at-
torney for thlie piliiintiff. The specifi-
cations in the case artQ _..tlie.effi.c.L
that the plaintiff. Ishamn Walker, whilh
engagedl as nit section hand onl the road-
bed of the defelidant, sustained inju-
ries in handling iron which have in-
capacitated hiim to an extent for la-
bor.
Slion. 0. W. (olson and son, Carl. of
Jennhiini Lnke were ainong the visitors


rJ m" v .'!,, ,.,& where he was extensively engaged in to this city yesterday. Mr. Oolson is Walks Without Crutches. PRICES LOWEST
nio drilvni horse and top th.e alavatorese business, was a visitor the supervisor of Jnniirgsr Lake school, I was much afflicted with sciatica, TEM T
la 1eap, % ason for p be this city yesterday. Mr. Dnean isa an canm to consult with Superintend- writes Ed. Nud, Iowaville,Sedgwick TERMS RIGHT
aethe ttate, To be wui now located aIt Linoutna. Hllsborough oi Holoway in regard to the pro- Co., Kan. "going about on crutches
i0'4sn'i. North Oaluedvill,, county, where he is conducting anavaS, poed ummer term at that place, and sut-ering a deal of pain. r ias in Thomas Hdwe & Seed CO.
i H Moi'tgomiry ti Windrstores business. His friend will be Mr. Holloway sta~tCes that the school uiued to tr Iallarld's Sn ow Liniment, i .. ;
8Iplth^ety yetserday. Ho a 1ane glad to learn that he is prospering. will open o,, the frt Monday in July ie r is te gr. li e THE FIRE FRIDAY.i
7 tt i orpop4of c;nllthigi Dr. Al- At the Primnitive Baptist church and that the prospects for a successful ever used; have rcommendel it to a IE D
iwtll~t rgarding some dei work, Sunday at, 8 o'clock, pruahing by the term were never better. An instruct- number of persons. All express them- Disastrous Blaze Averted by Depart-
8$6hafer, the stone o'utter, de- pastor. Subject, "Our Country," At or ha not yt been igd to th selves as being benefited by it. I now ment's Timely Work.
,7:30 p. m. fa special sermon on the si walk without crutches, able to perform
i yesterday for Levyvile and h bjet of" Ohrist and the Building of school, a great deal of light labor on the An alarm of lire which was turned
i siierdatin Lvy foubte o the Kingdomb of Heaven." All are o The rHormean Quartette, one of the nrm." 25c, 50C and $1 at Johnson in from Box 37 at 11 :l5 summoned the
^^rps Oemeordially invited to come out and help best miale vocal aggregations in the Bro- . department with its usual promptness
'kSt' I'Zo n T ai osi the building of our *I,000ohurch. State, have decided to visit Alachua on The Colt Ran Away. to the house owned by Dr. J. I.
0 ityndw Honwl and Tr contpate nike Ray. S. L, Buaavur, Pastor. the 24th inst., and a quantity of hand A lively colt belonging to Col. Syd. Fennelloe and iiuly, East Main streetL. W.
other ut1igh medos li.e .eorge W. Moyers, one of the most bills advertising the attraction have L. Carter made matters quite inter- enne. and family Et Ma re
pb tut Sold byWO W<.,l- eiithusiastic Confederate veterans in been issued. Tne quartette is corn- eating on last Union street Friday ,
dtu sthre. ud othe State. who Is ambitious in his de- posed iof such local celebrities as Capt. morning. The animal was hitched to fr it d cis understood, originated
lt )ye. OMiaha; A. J. Doylrh G. alre to oiirease the membership of the Wheeler, tenor; Samuel D. Sheffield, a light road cart, and decided to rid from a defective fe. It wasdiscovered,
.pre ,,ld ., W. Oroft, Jackaonvjlle; veterans, requests The Suh to state the renowned basso; Henry C. Futch, himself of the burden. Consequently had it not been for the quick response but
t@.S Pag0,Atlanta,and Mr. E~ W. thab he has secured a number of baritone; and "Ragtine" George the animal made a sdden dash, throw- ad efficient wfork o the q huscke reo .
llietn Waldo, were arrivals at the sainmple opies of The Cotnfederate Tyner, who is regarded as the best ing the rider under the cart. The auiies the result hog lave hobee co-
uff~lanii Htluse yesterday. Veteran, te society's official organ, comedian and negro impersonator ever wheels of the vehicle passed over him, rits. reu damltght howave brn ae-
ol. Ohas. Fildes of Jaksonvllle is which he proposeS to distribute at the seen oin a local stage. There is a big li't with that determninamion wh ichli d however :,was
I thii city cn legal btiin~tess He atr-. Auditorium Monday afternoon, treat in wtore for the Alachua folks, soon convincedt the aimmial tlhat 'hcve r ... ..
iSd yesterday fror Odi-, where lie Adisordered stomach nmay cause no who are awaiting the coming of the meant buhitiss, he hkld t,, thie r.i,'s. A Prorninent Minister Recommends
biUfor ue pt ledays looking oen trouble When the tomnch quartet wih agret deal of interest After having relea e d itself from Chamberlain's Colic, Choleraand
gas bee for Itro past fn days lookia ",ls to perform deturnc.gedon the bow. (and po. ihly a few eggs. good uiatured- the vehicle, however. the e..h ,,It a,, a Diroea R hemed.
%teJr'om profetonal matters. ely. become dora ged, the liver and ly reuarks one of the boys' frihetds). :40 rnit h fi r ho.e. itoi ht dive Dlarrhoea Remedy.
The Sin desires to ,knowlog t h- ley ,ougted, eulig lUeriousy gumrk hlit .for bomae, t,(ithed ther .d r,, r, m J. I) ti, pastor of
~drg" tout I ~ e~oram~ '~ .. .....s ti+n.l t rhich are;. -J. -)"'ouilh. hrrbk. r."Ii ruOt
: fm Hi:rvty "iok 'i phnless anld itertore the more to ibe COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. ,. wet his ,way rt.j.,,ie t w '.itm. iti urcht aind
ja)lg iti rial wry. ,!oiidt eri'mmig hi ,x- drt eaded. The ittp rtanut thing is t erlene,' Hirvyvy is n.i~ e ompetent restore tr 'sto itilnt i and liver to ft Fred Wilson, Arraigned for Dealing in Beauty and Strength .H.iuo ": '".It ml .,,. ., Ne. w ()re
t ,er ,and will m. n A wider 'anric 'lm1t'lthyi' Oiintiitiit, amnd for tiisp ur- Liquor Oommitted to Circuit Court. Are d<..irmubie. You ra.r .tria ;t I.e,. i, .''r .. ll )t : *J have
hga -. l .. tD i (' fio mL iert +' ti t Deputt Sherift J3 W Mc lnni of L .' vigorous iihe n your m ,,l i* ,*,.. -' ao',c i, ..:i mhole ra
du' t y. L'in 'I .. dis )t) la ~i e,, rmt~ p nepa i vat a c iln be !S m ise : .. ,it: A'l iihiul i
SptiLdy's oln faced' gold wt *ch Fr a by drggiss at edie Crid iei oiene of lJu nost lthleiit ,f- Mulai--ii y. imo.t--wn ,,.m' fail ,, r,.- a,, 0 .iri,.,: I.) r.,',.,, M ,: t. .~r and "
io rti. e rt, house qa rve o mn s.. (. me i the county, ought to tohis ,rly d 'y o.eW sM r id r wllde wihi sreno- aumi Leonard, hatilag i purchased tihe city yesterday a negro named Fred ip 1'., itlo.v, thim amid we, ,i+ i ,imiie r, mm I Ii K'.. pi. 4.
%' t nes of t'h Hiigh Springs Whiskeyy ilson, wholiui he arrested at LaCrosse ..rkni ttlni'tlimm'.' mmmiti 'itmiiy ,f th e Al s timv'rni ot iim)/ -in:, r: ,it, r. luv
tsim.' toi nd: re* te miipany', of whiet J.M, Fryer iihas ben on a charge of dealing in liquor whi- thi Wmldete, ,vil byv i I. r nr. st iftrylt i 1 stifctiry
i^ ^'! !. i Ii been. '? evlaiager otn iie its existence, ex- out a ticense. The officer stated that i ng f a smi>.il tol ,t. cul'cr al, y al ruist andC
Jitf^ pyby the gift ofahau dsedmel yig Mlonday next. Mr. Leonard will also Session three gallons of rye and oie wh""ao hatyv t ati*,*. ,1'1 at Joh,.,son Card From G. T. Kennard. "
lr piano, whl&h was .iurhased Itvy have the nauagement of iahe extensive gallon of corn whiskey. Suspicion has r To the C(im/,. ,>s of (iainicville and Ala-
l :parents ;Thlariday 'rm the OCble ruaf estatne littts of tih 0onpaiy, r!esttd upon him for the past few1 Alarm Will be Sounded, cui. imiCiu niy:
npany, .'Miss ,Browa e perforis s Mr. r Fryer vill eingagO in the slcon i ,uonthb, but no definite proof cou d be (hiehf MI Arthur ri ." s, Ih,. mun to t him img .,, .ile to, my knowledge ihat
Itdirly onid h ibet inew tieiston business in Valdosta, 4a. Mr. Lwon. secured. Oflicer MeCtann watched the stnie, for tte inmfonrnaii,,o t. hi. plIl,. a report ima ha., 'n ,ir.-ulatied tt the eth
Sk dof hM ardiste well known in this city anid see- opportunity and did mbt fail to t-ake 11h. that th(e rtie ahrma a-ill b., .u,,,le, J .1 hi, I'-i'r i hatred and malice
. .. ill tumi I~ i i l" ltine in,m. s e i n o f~ l ti le c iti .+ '.
o:(* of altering thei old publ0 tion, where he was re red. lie is a advantage of it. today bti-ete tth. hi ,ur, i m.i,1 to ,. m 0 ,l., i l a e th# meansc
tht bulldbng~ r'eeealy purchased bFy popular youni man, and will no doubt Wilson stated in the oi1ie of Judge o'clock .3 i nl ,r ith ,i- l r. di 1,"id r thai I ilny r'.ihaill,ofstsii3g
ltunkle, begolaii iay under enjoy a moete ucetsful trade i. his t Mason Friday trat he was not delting ut working prtpi rt,, an o. .miid orut- ,.i ," <,( .c,,i i tfa .tbsville and Al..
wilnt o wthoo kin r Te, : n .h e in whikety. li K aditJltiled having the itentm wil ,m nwce.ary3 io ; a't. ch re.Dort is Wmaw h
Letterli beh he n dil p, i3 iiuid wouldtnot k
usanesl 44~uaotMt M r. 'W inalow's Boot ung rhyrup has ho had cltb"w with three other i,. not inaere-,u y i r ,-.- ,nmm iif aredi or mnahlc '
.d busin.M tYte.. a ia n ld by children whilt teetiig. friends, antud that the entre shipums lolsug for gm,. t r.. ...*in hiieg bt'. aud *I bumb
~is, tn ry P..... tv 1otihe the ch!}d- thad been made to hi in order to save turns 40' htsgm. Oe 1d'.i, sp hf '"'diemaethd,.reh In cib.h.oi -de sa
^ ^ ^ ^^..:^ ..... .,- .^ ,+ ^ ^ --.-.-*i;^ ^rr
:allays all pain, es wind ei.o..o, and he defem e itted to the Ms io n : I '*, >ua ef fort nt tireht a m
i, o.,. r4lrhone.. Twean' s fr b' ,"'V,, .ery t o.rea pedw
4;4;it1 n po fi4 nit of ba:l to' Anticas alve red mw'. Is's to h i V inst pe
1 huhu 6 Wala sIs aet1O ~ IaI~I5WS asthe onisarstt~. 35e at al drug store. Holder, Flotid ,Ap~ in


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