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: 03 19, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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: VID02187
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.W ..... A ; .N ...o 1 1
socl au vd Ohna to dQtahW n g,
oELLSI e initiative

VlU HTAen TO, ln.Mah 1g-Lioydts agent
SHAVOC atNeichwang wlres as "ollows'-"
Port Arthur wl b otpn March 25
1 Damage ay d o00o teaners have been har
ibrdent t1rel for spring Bhipnuent. TIhe reI
1porta. thai Nulchwang, will be attaok
i STORY OF FiRE ed shortly are untrue and tfhre is n- i
Struith in. the statement that the. 'Rus-.
JIttle Domage Was i lans are trying to remain abreast of
thei fort. The Aineritcan and British
Torpedo Boat De- residents insist that warships should '
Upon an Unplaced be_sdationed here, but there are no
own Ul. signs of any trouble."


York, .March S.-r-Three Nor-
toaBras, the Brand, Argo and
lAl1sei a few: day" ago
at t*britties at Port Arthutr,
rvetd t aSh tighal, according
*Md. dispatch from that city.
'ws Whowere' put under oath
sats 'toreveanothing .they
1. to, spea)OAffftairatPort
bttt t4w 0etndpo)th1.nt assrtO
metbit'e tl what they.
'rin the last bbIxtrdment
iA the 1Argo lay ,alongaside
sW Rtve sha in the harbor,
t'Norwetall'a i06pfirineod
,iorts to the effect that at
1tel fell on thils Aetvian's
Sre It exploded,-. killing 19,
'a rsident Il.lthe o9w part
eoai'e damage, Many of'
litagit atteaapted. to con
I t iwal -proi setera *t One
along a rtowd 'of sight-seers
eted at a peaat on vabttage,
Sg(aing out to d e: aBt the at-
iflt. The oh.11 kil ld. l, .
vstmttiet erly unswere thled
i tg from' 1thepor admit,

rw l at anchor at ca.
from thle letvizan proba-
iotia, waa struck on the wa-(
npl set op fire. The sail-
o that 80 persons on board

Dppy of food in Port Arthur
rrieibeht for the need.aof tahe
bdt it is entirely under the
f, the mllitaqy authorItites,
e daily rations.
orwegiaiIns Insslt tilt whmen
the Riil ta f leet had sailed
view of making a dashi for
tock.
obable, however, itat the yes, -
"merely gone ota another
epQi tton There remained'
trbhor beside the disabled war
ly the volunteer tfli.et tean-.
four smaller RuisAlian .ner
an, oi whaler and Utie oRu-
i tal ship, Monvigolia, which
: struck by shells, killing half
idea,

iO. Marchi 17.-4 p. n-.While
'ort, Arthur. yesterday, the'
AMat, the iRussat torpedo boat
0t1 gktorl, tr'iIltk upon an 'in'
itle Bind was blown p: Pour

11 AIextI witest a %-raportcott -
4iu wecowt. i of the da lRage
trt Arthiatr duribft the bomu.
t f tlhe 10th,, He says the
a tire: thire o "a b..s fabri-.


*k, Maiiro l -LetteI'rs hAY
O tby th. 1 Mis "n.ry Soeim
( *tititop thla)rl4 t*. Moore, of
di pioopi cburc6, who
oooww te lwiir ito.lii
'biasop b passn
it d to a smnalp 'on. the
StirI 'Th a .at(ter',wa.:


4 60 t rI0


Lia0 Y'ang, Manchuria, March 17.-
Troops are still concentrating here
and are forming guerilla detatehmenits
Prico, have risen enormously,

Shangalha, Marlch 18,-Acording to
information received by' the Rutslalnk
here the oppos'tilon party lin Japain
is 'prettesting algatiut the .inposliltiln.
of, n w taxes on (the public .Which is
already sutfferitg unidor excoesm ve tax-
eat,. E.ack of Moneyy la also sald to be
the. caue of the delay of transporta-
th6n of 1apa14ee'atr iips. '
Port Arthntr, tMa! i 17.-All is quiet'
'here. Military' bands play twice a
week In the. putblic square. \

Tonmsk, Siberia March 17.-The
troops passing through this town are
well attplled w.lth warm clothing. Thit
Stberlan. (oassneks .'equlpitpd thont-
solves for ti0 Cazmpaign at their own
expense,

Che Foo, March, 18-Warnings have
been resolved here contirulng e-flr
vious rel)orlt.s to the efttlv' that tie
uilssians have laid nitni along the
i,'1 Thug ileniulula and that tieuirali
voeassl5 aro obliged to show their col-
ors five kilornoters off aiore and await
a pilot boat.

Cho Foo, March 17.-5 p. i.l'-Tho
United Staltesr cuilser Cinoinnati Juiat
arrlvhd nfron) Chemiill)o reports eovry.
thing quhlit with 11o news fTo'in the
front. At the' reqniist of MInistai r Al.
len t'h crula Krtilat offt'ers who had iat'l Korea
'in llconsi'quli'ia e of their frit'liend.iiap for
Ruessia.

COURAGE OF A RUSSIAN JEW.

Wonderful Fearlessness of a Desplied
Hebrew..
Berlin March 8 --Mailst!iatutn,
whom C(haialor Von ulielow named
in th ret!ihsttagi Feh. 29 a~ one of the
leading psot(e-toprs agatist thie (go'v'
ernnimetnt'' atitHde toward Rsilala,
It Ulnt lneiiuded in the Ilat of thirty
Russiant 'tu entt ixpeillrdi from (lir'.
many. ife anitlclpitedl such act (r,..
der by flIght 'o "Switifrland.. Prau
Zetthfln. In a recont speech, at Breos
Itn, gave the following detailo s of his,
lpast : '
"'tHa ts off to Mandehlsimm, twice de-,
ported to Siberiat Once on a long
inarch ta the t ty plaiIns, the conilictsl
almost wllthout rood1, owIng ttothe a.a-
bezzlomaeit of g.ommiMhiry oelicer,
:omptailnid' io the eonmitatanhiddr of the
.lsc(orta who, finlng .: theiim up a.t,
'Who objeeo'?'
"One amari stopped .folrw5 and tbie
eofflieS shott him. Ttlirat iplAismth,
ly (to: tie t hers, th.' Coiltade'in-

A secOnd.'m; a atirna. 'ot it thb
ll.iei ai' tle 'laeiiailer hla i.:ila
d4m4l and agidn a'skel It sayt ee o e+-


tle BM1. ltrts4d te tta priat osh0do

SIwa; T Oe 0re <,f th4 ds4 pi.sd R[: "

*AIWUP TO 1844I;t* titiU #Y


'HANDS 'OF A.EIVER

ederat Court T asa. Obarge Of


Tennesasee etra
LIABILITIES OVFiR TWO MI

Contractors Who Fileo Sut 'Cl
.*The Road Is Unable T6 Pa
It Constrated In Conitriact
.celvership is Now Effetilv


LLIONS

aim that
ay Debts
ion-Re.-
eI


Ki(xvili', Tenn., NMaralh 18,-lpxi n
appllIaoton of M, N, lllhaun & Co., of
South Carolna, sb-c, tractors, in ,
suit filed in chancery court of Raino
county at K.aigstoni, Tetioa, Ultaydt W.
J- Oliver, of Kl(t villo, was appttaitd
receivers of the T'ranneae Centri'al rai l-.
.road. extending W00 nmlle s from Hi-ri.
than. Term., to ;ltopkiniatill, 'Ky., by
way of Nashviill,, l
Ellkant .& (Oo., 'ili for 4' balaniaoe of
1i4 000 which they claim' is due for,
eXtendinrg the road. frotpi liuoriy QGap
to flHrriman. Th. bijlt clterges- thati
the irod has failft to fully lpay 'thv e
.callahai oiitiructtion cottipny, of
Knoxvllle, for buildtUg, th ttine be-
twetiI L atnon and .Nashvillh, 4an
also that It has faflred to pay W. J.
Oliver & Co,. contractor of this octy,
albout t1t00,0{ii halatnce, said t;o e duli
for. building .tlf Ta d -fritt Nasvtiihll
-to flophitaville. Tlie hill alst( charge.
thatthit ero are a llny other liailllties
aggregatin g iUorte tihana $i,000.1aOofli andl
that .the roald l unialle to Il(ltuldati
thniem. '
It 11 also) aet ou1t that tho ('Cllah'an
ConstrucIion cainipony and W. J. Ol
evir p, Co., nre pro,'tdig LinE .aparato
suits In Davidaon an4i kalgaiory
counttos, Tenn,, lt. tonforeS. their con*
tractors lions by tions of tho roalt. rTh bhil, fildml
today seeks to preserve miuit sell thai
road as elilr irty from I lilnTiuian to
Hopkrlactileh', andl ais to oliitlain prop
erty for the coeit.ra<'tors who b.illt :ithe

Tlih r '(Olvteriallp) I lbao w ffective
Tho relcitl'r was nanait by ('hall.
el lor J. W. \ ti 'l d or th is lly .

SEVERAL HUNDRED MEN IDLE.

New York Strike SpreaOding and Fore-
Ing Men Into Idleness.
Now York. .iLt'lrch l'S.. H.veraMl hlni>
4ed'l lmorot l rit worltkr were madnil
idli tolity .liap ite* o'f I h lle I I rike and
labor lr It the imeat mitlu thbe staiteo where
the uiimst, ibrlhlatiytrt lnd labor-
rS ... aTre lt wo-rkiligb TLe itgoerles,
siteai ftitterat boiler imnattkri, linld inatldo
*work'erI.ls are' btlgliiilng to 'fel' the.
J od ialatty of t ai lii Iul to iMtoll
::wworhk .d.ajy bi.ec.atuatto nhy hl reach'.
ed the (lt.pMi whtrh tre. hentaOniit and
Sbrick layers wer e l'itauht,"i ao) profprov
thoa. way for the.m>i-
it. w maMki l by oie rotul.et' of t hl
srbitrintto hbofar'i of the biiIdi$g
trade e.niaoyer it sMhi tasla y thait thei
brick layerti' nin wahicht strtilk t It:
sOympthy wi th the labor a wirat'"ot-.
;lwed" 4sad that. thl.er, itle
cbamae of .arlttvitton unl'a .the 'avtt,
retMi .to work tfeor.row iwurr a1r"4'ed
ley th.I; de-l#ate at TO lait. Wi'
uiwee with thle maioa iaU il b)li eiti.

6IK0. O'P AMiftolDE DiiSA;

SWas P Vei^ a O c'-Wks Cousnl f the
i .W la ti' 1te n Val4 tori t. "
Lpu4.111 Mta'e 1' '1! ll..'-. l)ik* sa


Ow was wt v, wa born .1 tI t

diiwto il t 64f .04for soretwi

s0 .. Ito " s H'
bd4a II# 4tta (tth aeres(0AtqI a


".. n(ir 1M1.OV19.04


T TAOEINS I ON' IlMPRfOVtt$,


Cilam L

Struck,
NOi WasI


M tew Y ,. lrisrt ar as1 -A' h l.i:ta and
oc*0uiiltoS Wtpie atAimn.ing 1oAt t0.a are-re-
ported to ha*to I mdtyo l firta, dAisaitarnt
'%uthet 'a Cost pcket out a hank ietsiaai

tiiWet .....twto e ih t p fo r l ini.i

perosa Iao forabo seal t okAmri.
ltlallh i wora' e It lt iliai' b a fal


Wotitta gle.t:
ts ll it dlftaai-pear ,fn>t ;'eift pri;a.y" fpr s
uis' r'vm 1,t aOzsso rtal be;.h waeatr',ho

''. they w t rt i t. foi ..p i rl nM

pllMt hadea tef1 h-ti *1 ;anI the'


t e' ,*'. git d .l- -
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botort Chlarged with Crlminti. Litas
uitl it M obil ..
Moblio, Al a.1Mariih 'IS- D. J. i.
IAn, ftltiy; pr k.tlaitt .*at of t phe y iitei tlatio '

its thta cty tatewt tde'y for trial ta4e0
.- )jtittallt.intl h!t!t liig riminaJ tIbe"
Thi dtoto it childlidit e ltjot.mll bowl1wn 4

ito ie. ia g -iit.o itwl tor li.o

eagtn tasrMiAN t-' t b .rsuk t

1i4 taktnI by a *baWf ?IJ fa'


frtei torer iafvte pomrts. .
)lloh to firt rgthpte##H

"ta r i ';:tdit

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Lfveff Buyng at Aanced Prices eIo

N w Vork, '"a"t.-q 'u WILL E REMOVED '
pritvo eWnt ia l 111 h I on ) l6Tradeo I not. "
"t, byW: tt irin Apo, it. its t I ori : Oftli al Losea40o OQA i.o.tt
today -The p e toiaf IId tI'UIT4 ralUI rosi1` 1
hwiwu1vir. has not Yct ioi'at ed tin pro Of. : Iv
portion, witl the i:tiew asw in ot r....
quartifai, h To lievtways: H HS 8AYS 8 IL-NR It GOLDEN.,
Tl e. 5i f itt, fooling l in ern tn te ** *
C HIUtinus, it ias fmild ..exlpre"saltl United Sttates D str'l ,Attore ly .tt .
thus ItI in 'a i 4volklet 14yi ofr pil more, of N btasks, Is "Ai,'. y
t ion l ta ull. lua t.t l t Rm a todterate iad- Proi dent ooae ltt Resut ofit
m'o u0i in many Instrtctn'. 'lh major'
ity oTf t 'llers'' halv. mnariled. up tleir quiry inft CharM "
_tr-l iUa ice I aI It riutmia to h' New Yort, M reh 18.i--AS r a rmt ;
s e v tiwlheito.r ri not Ithis will cletk eof the ItiquItry ito' ttO. ethargs 40t '4
bilylig ntw lhat the utrg1iittt eqtir S Mtator lDitritl 'Oh, N 'N:.bra t, 'W.
mtwlh for dloltvry i luringl ih oord aaa nti> t 8, U,8uinort U ited t
Qua etr appt ur to h, e oaveirt, Distrit Mtutrnl, of N bratita, wl II

Outlook,. for roadd )id, in l ne) firoi tenom ia 'utotn4o"*
(htlg 1, Mlarch 1ii i .-'I R ailwa y ad i .Itnito)i wateill~4 oti
A~ u totmrtrow will saiy t tha't i ts wolt take i9> atlt.ti
~~"ThlL' ( 0k t ifo 'llod, ilk~illig a t 5 ir. I'$ amwa o U14)0o ,0
i the Uibit'd j I htaitAs h a ihollg. l littltire that ~b Mr," i N (L4447 4
lt' a .i t o kaIt i yea r ag I T here lt h athrr
1.ia31 .4 ts: It a lli al t! oA e e-Ag O 'y'I el, 14 W iOrl, II ,, .li e '

eal tiaa!' ,i" iimariezAatvHs Wag w
th ,06:0 ethkli.. !it N 'w, .Y(ork ,wl lt^i f ow; ghili11" m I '' 1 .. 1' ;.1'.'g; ' I:: "
a litg'hi tihrlahE t'l(lt .;h .tl t ihal ciaia. '' .
worl.rld il aItitM iYAnm t while: a larg tnli)as, Nob '1 MAr lirt0hif W o*
antounlti of toi hllng lhtIv, bh010 10haOnfid, .At h iiMy o'W .$ AuIt$tyt was RIo'
t eal, it It'I ',being behli uip tilt d the. Witlithatn dispatt tatint t
litu1e.ina conditions tkart.r i taticla I 1 he would bet' re v' el t -reao o'it t
f(vuAoi'mil ;. Thisre i 1tt tti H O>fli t : rlom Wttlu( t rich Dtnttt Egttothh B
now litio iilder' ills tf ionilft,:il l ,7lit r!i). tal ttll trtl dis ettila the naoilltitr to liTr *I
io i' int w t) no w i lch . exp c t l .g...
to iltln sIkII 1 l( KouPv,' 'rust s.niay.' Ih1t: a eeti ti .. 0t
.. * ...... ;*' .... ..""- it'hlndul of Mtr. l.titnillalrs, hoWisv ltb
CIVIC FEDERATION MET8., have anltitAi0ed'latiott40,1 f t0l' tO.f M

About Fifty Delegates Present and ri d sua rii'iti to thm.
"Welfare Work" D isasseld.
. N w .ri,; Mi r(. la ,..,l tiil '. TO GUA .I AGAINST ANNIXATION 'iii
l it, o. l ool tithfl rt Intenreat t in lhei
taioi wtri" of th Niatntil Cfhivn South Am iican' Republich Afr-T"Ioh' 7 .
NPotlrritlhoi havo liviia c doiliftl '*liiw ultit e Stats.
hlre tr. d1 i cl wO their wuirk. t ohlo C iogIo. M161 0 ,-' A dlil4pat8'11
Abmim >t t) dalt w erm prol'lt frum Now Oen4s toI Thea Triltue
tI'ro llarg ( I t(lre l llIn ff11U til ll l.l 41 it i,
Aold ot10r cltlo.4t Mally proprlootol'i. AeNIol Ilg to i dv iu t AW t ro.
aid th l iforly tIai t l fi l o r. to ll e loil telvod hlro an ai.lln 'o I1 ,n f tA t' t l noh oii lyent o ilrll( d by ,li(ril, Ie,,aAdoar, Argentllina,
', m111 0 I I ill ti f. intlt h. il Chilo anl t lllit, It. guHtid a at ln t "
Tile ,' r i1 whii tIis ( it0 it) a lltillll by tae I hlltle H A1t.,
t1h1, li. ivit lt hia, bl l ,i. tl i'rgiti t lat
1 Vt'o a ta ,if ,hia t, Ii tt. an l ho aal, It w cl r. ,

A n nii h y l alrit hra, on a bi thi s r pt aail l t e lO'r os' an i, lt lilt l i t ti :!
< h,,thy a arltl ..(thatl of work ahtang tha tlna "tly Mti l aglni the revluti
oia d partitait wlhich> litala,t ih loo, Tl h oilt l (>iltll i wly, to iirlnn x
htot alg of lair, n.lrtai'tahltat, eilta,. thont, Tit a hll'td ttct w d diatsca s0. .
tilonil efforts in atiht.ton, ho fitjal vtiI, w Iath son. ltil blithyi tkalaeh. r d to tie einl ing the advl bllty
en larrangagm entat :nd variltald tel/ .t ha .ri ,uia t e rn.'i*rvtl" il .k*', .
t aIn heii point tihe e tail.ar iz a s n me idnt litoat ,s1 to sotabih l '
ilftfa all li(patriitif waM t'hat th h oiL. Lcollrn aboiullt l" ilaaI permta prop .atf. r etived I ti!1h "lout ti b .
ly' sInI l.4iith i .t weifro, W, 'k an prt thai.. "'rt e tiit. rtpthi #'
kh p p..r. r lly nl )tou INch I w hi m,- .,l t l .> : fr i"a.',,uda fe (ttrli att t w ^, : ?#i ::.' ,
pl O) far i ait iIalil'e. as a tleap!l ngi '5 i tmt tO to. th forl(tlt ".
. Kof Iha ploaa'91tt 'nn atjl ts Peru1 ,
ANkhCASHIER'LOSE$0h1*0 who0 of "outh Aa), rte.a,

Chlic and aIDoum~rita to tiath Amnu l t
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ma at heS:nator*






i' e, f by

allphirtatte tsatii w rltl pa-

t r g ;le me attnr In tornar-
th I would haveyou eem
.o iriressut ie astof li g tlate:
Sil: bofst of having made int
t puht anlc apeece a lts
ttD your letter tlo the order
tatoeri11 *ivet y te n .ae
SlJeanings eays I have done
g since I have been In Coln-
Sthere wias no intention to do-
iltlce.d SeveralI gentlemen- of
honed integrity Iand veradty in-
botii before andl After the
tionh o Ath Ocala Blanner let-
at you had said as much to
A nd I ,lUl give you their names
lyoui. dire It. While you di.
hiviar havig usedB that langauge,
stance or equitVal6nt, your let-
my mindi, is n itself, the equiv-
f that language.
,Ovotte nuho pace to the Flors
Ia Wartni", :: i U. t annotu -
tter and a,, Plethora ot wordsW
rase wlle t IAlead. Ithe pub-
claim hiia been e tanding tfor
tty years. 'TThe people of
iltaOW thim, and they "khow, too6,
nid by whom the provision for-
ent wa-s ir"lly passed through
at. I have ne-ver claInmed the'
or myself not den ed to others
it due them. Youi, cannot go
that I In commending thie
'and tfelligent effrta o S en-
'asco., and other members of
ranches of C:ongess who pre-
e here. I have stated repeat-
at1 on Ontoirng Congress'in
'romid In, tIl SehatIles, as a

to the. passage of thle measure;
deed, for mny part, I oven accord-
you the credit for the perfunce
part you played in taking the
int home..
SomernPertinent Questions.
'i yo taking especial pride in the
that the Indian War Claim was
ted, during your administration?
re you offering that to the people
orida as something with which
io especiaily to be credited? Do
irget, or did you know, that Gov-
SDre*, and Governor Bloxihtiam,
Governor' Perry, !ipodi Governor
4n9, and Governor Mitchell all
bed the greatest energy lki urging
Latter upon Congress, each It
by, and that all of thorn, perhaps,
'greater effort in this direction
'ou hive been known to do? Do
liHolse that if the claim was not
ed during either of the Admin-
ona I have named It was not the
f those distingitished and mriuch
40n! of Plorida, anrd, that the
iliecton of the claims refleeots
e credit upon you than upon
)nection with thsa Indian War
IWhy is it that you seek to have
that.th6e aggregate of' the Virt
propriatl6ns for FVlorida,, ,1 ,
4,.00,000b, "would tower tbhe tax-
.iiten the blrdena' of all thee
You moait know that, i
my,, 'rehairs spwelfl!.a.ly, "to,
Out cotniemplated In the t.tiil
latian Wair Claim, ris, and tob
|ct, $1,073,936t,8. The langittage
letetr, quoted n yours, i* plain
t'ilstkai le. '.I ..tinein llo d thiat.
t .lpproprlatons obttltiied fort.
was abon't $4,1,OO000; and then
a means sore than. $7 par ep-
r every man. woman alid tt.id'l
,state of Plorlda; and thl, colo
't th Itndan War .tla'J, plro '
# AtWart of State are adininaB-
llett 9o lBtiering takes sad ,
Algabiinrdt:aa all the pa
"ow $h.t every dlati.
Ye tihe e* et of latowrtik


cl; ,contli


tilt as Well .a add t th~. oprt
Do ,yoktl ntend that the eight dog
Ilra & oitxh 1i0 pensions for thie brave
soldiers f fthe Slpole laIndian Wa
of 18t1i48, who rlakde their ilves in
the commntol defense, and the aged and
ofttitms destitute .wtidow of the asol
diers of thtt 'ar, is not t lace t
a comfort to thet in their old age
and a lessening of, their burdens?
". : Stranae, indeed. ...

It yoU do. your position is strange,
Indeed, so strange that 1fventure there
artuti tfew, if any, hi Florida .Who w-ili
agree with y0, But I will admit that
your contention generally' on this prop
ositlont is in entire harmony with your
most unaccoutntable statement that, ol
tile $1,;073,.30.it;, collected on account
ot the.. Indian War Claim, only $43O,-
833 is applicable. to tlowbrting the taxes
andt lessening the burdens of all t(he
people. You say that by legislative
4i'tt3)n, i P0n I your recolnioendatlon,
this 'ias applied to the State's bondOdl
doubt, Do you neal to say. that if
there hIad. bti no reconinmnithltlon
and no legislative action, the Stateo
woitld not hiivo been better off to the
Sexinlit of the suin collected? iBut
tell tie, please, what' bocanme of 1to
dilTfretucop between thilt tum you llteUn
tion and the iQiti73,6X6?i Was it
not paid to tl people ofr Plorlda,
ihtlhr ,in tloehey or by 'tttieliulent ot
tlt< State's bolded iildebtednessH to hd
gov(,'rinment antli'a e acciuod hInterest
thleron? And, if so pald,, does tiio
thlat lessen, li(t lnrdn .s and lower the
taxes Of all the people?
The. State owe(1d thet National Gova'
erinient Int 'nd and intoremt $30,-
93146;. Ity act of Congres,6, apptrovi'
ed, March 3, 189 (bitoo eby election
to the SonatB) the Secretary of the
Treasury wis aiuthorlized and d irectod
to proceed for the collection of Stteo
bo nts owned by the Governuineni,
where there m as. defiltit on the part
of such State In the Ilaytent. df In-
terost. UTnderi 'th.a Act the Attorptey
General threatened suit. Thio claim
of the government wa's a chatim In
law arnd equity ianid ipaylient could
h.avo beei, enforced. On the othlt
.maind, the clalnm of the State was one
in equity only, and Its payment was
dependent upon thle jJusticti of Cotl-
gless. Tlila tislt would probably have
beIen brought had it not been for Ilift
Iprtvision iineorploriteld int an Act of
('origr s at the Instance and largely
through the effort of t(le lorida dale-
gatlo This iprvislon stayed thte uit,
suppose those proceeindligs had nttl
been stayed? Insleadt of receiving
$GC)2,1tY4 In eash, Florida, without re-
ceilviig 111iythiig, mttig.ht liavt boon
conmpolled to pay $1380:0J81,66.
Couldn't Have Done Lose.
You contend that, In addition to the
paynient of thoe Indian War Claim
proper, you "demanded.and procired,"
ip the adjustment of thile mutual ac-
count tietween the state and the Unilt.
'%d States, the 'payment by the latter
of. $88,36,21i., due the sehol fund ot
.the State;, $25,07.,02, due the Truste s
of the Internal Iniprovenrotept PiInd on
account of swamp land indemnlty, and
$9,326.21 due the general revenue futid
of Plorida on general eontiau account,
and further Htietioded In co61etling for
the State the adtilttOal silitiin of |3,-
.248,. Of tourae you did, ift you usel
the wort "proourted" ai meaning rte-
ceived," The act provided for .a ta
tietnent o. thp mutual account, and
that theli onds of tb Ittate, held in tltW
tndian Trust fund, should be siurrea-
dtered to the (loveraor of 'loridi. You
would bav\e "en derelict .it your duty
if .oit had fa-itd to reetlve tihe money;
buit, event in that eVento ,the Oqver



Itffery one oaf the simt you mention
tle. counectiotn with thi, claim hiad btrei
witH Id from the State, bocttaMe, a.
I hav sii aid fo' thre, .h State bad fail.
*o to pay thi'it.ttreatr itt its bq.<,
alnd *the; (ior tthiet withheld payimned t
.(.t Ni o< Ihtt toi I indlemnnity Itastt
tat ,'xt hM'Io. "Act ve Co'gres' ipro
vidingfl It t 'stitY.emet' of the "at
otit, t*lnd this ailne, t nlitoek il the
tor Ite lItlihat tr a the'Ue Slt ate of every
8oltarv d1 I tbatewar accouiat or
(aid l.ttt w iti agif to the (I*Rtl70
0f miwm i (, n d. t:b$Ni ^"84.441t :
ol s-e' dtol "tatita AtM


QvVIA fix'^,w uv 4w we 'uwistraloA

na P e u Ie n2 both~4rteb-,




to o oO!T i hvet or l tnother,
at^d I trot httu ooutry 'bl'thitllotto.
I'll i0t he 'a lt rth yl,l in ut o r a u

ivot, th' ihe tihtfi'u t.i.nIt xrh"


v Sela.te, lln htlo .et wt. orate
.41 ovted lit l i.ttleta ift acte SOce,
wth the nblaptoirdt w Ath itemo usi.




l. pa 1t' iait dit, :o pritetii t o bhoi,

Ai 'ued snu-t.t hi is, civ. tI;t i y



nawt t o1 aro ttea y ltel dr stiO p bo tigelt
:i. on the DI coWraryon a Und roi It










" .tny that [ hat '. not g in ioan
wti.;, of tite i ,lo .tti e r Wisr c1uW tol
romd g o itf le' Perat haps, if a tlike 8o ,
1 loaut beon eulraptorad ttltb fit $he a bi.
eof y ow ot olf ia r vi '~ given tho
i'eclii o '." tilki i l g' tiltsht I. the uvo tro




hIi bn ai l lt =a t. boit tbod by nd:
.irtfiiatUcrlid int t p > tfi i l t pigoiiN
htiitesi ot I i hittlillt Coatit i te.d htig
SThe Deleation a 0Unit.



rt adti '' (of tli > r ntd wh8 t I. ihav I got'.




f ntk1 .In f .11t1..iO 1 ,e V iry ap thttpro .
tOr o li.(a t .o' thltat rlvlsr, '(i il t.itt el '
yo K ti;h!'; :te 'il; 'etc 1t t.,ill g w t i
fa tit and I ou I iret a on II tiy nlt

,lin. t youls that to setettd fl lho dit i


y'olItl i'stetn [it'tng evorlY nti opr811(11
te. in op'st Of tat rit l "0ft it') I" 1 th l,
1o (iW II t .ttti h at I lut l i i t liotl 0



onflO alxtytthi t? I will rllifiond yo(0
whalt ihasi. htito -nti a'ir Itint Pl id
dn-lt t iw -tha 1oialtv < are niot ri niilti
with 11i0 tt the of d ty tolttxio g t t1 '
nli tell you tht he lt e cord of tli.O dof l di
in wtli hot i il t( inodl nIepaci l t


hoiw iW It plit t llle that,, ill l t ilts l') v





iatt 11l Itititi .r for b lu i ronlort wistrn to
o t s i tlior a t ? to I itrt bll r tuil r' o


ogtiln (lnty tiI '1 h' voltig to h lr (tiioiuy l
other hait i w hluivt s il* t rlit mid wtvi' a
il, tl ciiitldt tl' it ho li wit l, d t' ttot il,
lo in liilli a llt 'd n i i li i'arinily In
irht uiih rt ttoit N iit l o borl tit it,
sroilstx tt lit t t li't l, .lb t p itlaco h in i
thort'li $11 .I ltut in 0it ti h. d tuo lo t I to
lho n htit ni o hat e t ill l i, I rt ill io t
Part thol Oei. ; ulut ) al.l o nt'tn
t ina tt ritt oftl (1 t iltIit t' in h ir
evar coilitt rtdlir oil t ( yli( 'itui( li te ( -''y









Ye aryihIutrr r. Iitttn to thtii litlot Nt
.itnally 1100' of 08t64' titry to rites
'l tl.. aiole Ioh liFf 'lflda. it, o ) Ole
ottir11 ,1 t11t1d, wo havo fil l.| r Pillit, W.tl i







brlitaa itI ai l ltt1 I t a pH I work
fWh t ll t ie ill a 'rlir t n di a u ol l iy Int
o lind al teit ltB, 'No liur ti,(>lit o o f ,on.y,
eolepliolt'nii wit







atId it wair at flt it l i fi'r the lho, VeIr
l0n of the Hoit,,lti y ft tllr O l)t.a f he
bt tin t it 4 I h iavt' it 4 o in h y full at
Wat ttl dtpo lr, iltiVl ii t ( tii.o iil n ),r1
* there jlut ras t hey I r 1 o o It eratii




a ,dr. aI Itnd rltand. ltii ael the youd
tlhi is :n ol plivIlthe aii ordt It
.ho i t ocr .waa It i t' '-NiIt ali T. e l ht





tiit D lh iat tipositin ry that itl of*tbi
flot i iihlad re Ifdle moixl (alin te o t


trial amoi t of the m to nidret th i.
Ip it)r.. t thia k itut t ty a it











telee :Of 1 ell'o\,toIltenitiou 0s j t f lr~
tVeya r d tltefr Wr:pl itya, ty tt1tto i
lth r l N ioil14 laiari y1 t iana aI w





,t : diahtit your mIf t1 t euliiohat 14a
04 ltHw44 110 o7 ii1 t11 rtrrnt hel ov I.




b7 "tie 1t CWt Itoe totriI lt o w Qrhi
t l.t 0 St pae 1h 1 -fi t ,ly h 4.e .
W t!' {lit i ti it rl n !t.
( ( r; is'. 1 a. (i thfiie tli. { todlows)liiiie:


*ftt the Apoa is*h n iOk ti TMd


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Miss Whittaker, a prominent club wI
of Savannai, Ga,, tells how she was


cured of ovarian troubles b the use of
LydiaE.Pnk 's geab

Sfoti ye Ua with.ru lixiartio- nil U1.4rt u l t; ro gm o bayhik
hov ex rlitoed, thih drt dfl V agonWy oti feorn iy d of thot
m tAI in lMnte .thoAl enlldihtr4 wh ir t a Yo utii '4a Yur' V
IlI eit il piewiitlfdtu thr motit'in.ol wl i f4tut lrtor e
s ntim l4h o6 10 to ily p lo h i i Ikwoi oll da t
1 hylt E. PItinkhitm'- V ettbit (laomtou tba 't
or medllrnoIl ver had.. Vory i 1 o I ihaw WW lWAI.. .4,
w; I taV(M ilt1l, ( tll. 1 01: a i w- 1. ) mall 400, ;lll t t ) 1:61 ,;i.

iNot ymican 'iti thie worlI,4 l.d 4w l itil 'I trfihluitP ( *I
1itmotui alor11 h i4ittM : hWtt ta to w i IN tft ., t1'E I !
thi lN tbiblh to ( i6o ofo tlh tll1t woImmi o f Amn t 01
ftlill#y tlii Aly womiitll, tiiW'~orNY I TN |oNl _t I0
owx tt'iihlo w lho will iot tiki thw kilinl to wrgtt to Mr i, P h ". .
fow ft4vlta, WlI'r mkdress I , Ist hODr .c.*| IH i
A letter from another woman showing What we.s
acCiOmplished in her case by the use of .dlA",:'
iE. PInkhamsV Vegetable Compound,
1)ul .)Art iwt. .Ki;:.tAM L s W or s fgt t
s '.to-you for W hb'lp l Ii m. IS* l t hani; .
vsaeg e table Compiouiti haIl io ve mo tht
1 dtk I)rei ili 1 of y X erlii *.
SMtary yer uff~erltor with welakinea'
;.liittiatlAn, an( A broken down tiyttnl,
adet m re i u re t anx1o s to di ( Ithi n livei, bt -
Lyd it E. Pinhikhiti' Vottable Cont,
imy d i( ri&twv my ., .....tr a..."
.T | Ott, retnditinh only., wo woO"pro
Of,. i stored .ul ,to IMrfet.I. h111lth. iw Am owth r
S" ifl ed wutman, said ty fritId wondiet At ;
Sfo y ,ours, lVilu M Anri. l."tn 429 ( 40 :,m
I l il ll Vi,
T lie., t t ioiti.s whleli we tir< onitetI p 4_titi
TAI Waltn, tp1o dVes ( 8yOWich i1,1 0 1ti lt tly g, tw g.
friiit1fu wome provie boyon4,dl t ditm l tho pow al^ i..
tab1O0m1pound tWto quCoIar
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per, Wed every Mon-
l ta:iP5 all the,
UitdStaes or t nads'4ll 00


fa k ,tet, w.M o to
of avrtiosena.urtilserwis*
t0 In e tatraot Pmartiesot known to
too. MAW T. ....A.LY. N,

O,8RTHLRN SECURITIES 4E-
2 CISIOM4
T'he delslion of the rnted" States

iy tr.Justloe t Harlan 0 says Tie At.
Slanta Juirnal, Is in some respects the
tx, Iportan t and far-resohing Jo
II edto of a prny jotdgment delivered
ist ,oll t it iany years,
:te al(as i^ t dosh with matters of
S ost vital r onsequene to Ate
o iotherloal laterest o of thet country,

rlts iod bar ld there been.
S n m ty, of opinion on thle part of
th 'foustices and the law as enunciated
a6n when Ipromulgated by a divided.
citirt. Thedecision, eow,ver s-.
taihtlIle0u6ani'. o^.nl of 0pu nfftl'Ahe
establishes a precedent which will We
gpntrolllng in future similar opera.
The important fats controlling this.
aare these: Tlhe'Nortiktri laaeilc
'e iando re and .ompetpin0g sytes,
hding retm' "Cheiag'o to the Pacic
oastm. Competitor' between these
Systeins was sharp, but business was:
Uprofitable. The Northern ,Seourities
Cokipany wa a holding company, or.-
gaentised tor the purpose, of acquiring l
4and ho'i ldingR both railroads, thereby
piangethe shares of both under onet
ownership, and destroying every vt"-
titge of ompetitioe (rltween thelit, T
was recognited ..a being clearly inl
violation of nAw that one of these
raIlroads should by tup and control
Its competitor. Therefortt, they umider-
took, by means of a third corporation,
to do that *hieh they could not do by
thezmsnlyes.
The principles controlling this ease
ar not ne w; n lither aio the rules to
the court, modern l oth aa e as o"ld
"5 urisprudence itself, and this fact
\' makes It all thlie More di. diultt to un
understand how the learned justices
could reaoch conclusIons so rkdically
tigrgetnt.' Thite suIt was based direct.
ly n the Sherman" antitrust law, 'a
national istutte 'expresly .forbdding
all oSmbinattons In restraint of trade.
Withotit this Sherman ati'4rust,
law, the rule would still have bdon thie
meo ,for the idea ,of destroyi"a;cen4 i
pot'iion by the eitablsl ent of utr
p',rae monopoly, is quite lasoxh, ious
6to the oieiinon law as it -Is toithe
Sla w r te w':ie.intt
positive statute l p .olpri:cile 4 1: as
th. eommoiIn la. corporation, being
more rsatures of ti e law, with lint
4 powers and holdig their right toi
exiat irem the ptnbtle, ti soure of al
pewe, jransed tht 0ough the gvern
'*to biso v e hntt.v.erto d lnto ostrrN
mo'ts of oppriesaoen, which is the nit
paerm)4itg copitrida io comblste
elithe by 4l c p^uha s throrngl
IJ 4,lt iJVto rtisI th
B| s.g naabn ;Pt",
of P1p "A4.


..I.,' he( went ), "the eortltes
co ,pany',, ontentibp a.re sound, why
'may iot ~ll thi railroadsiof theit'nited
$tmes etnter into a coblbination and
by thie device of ioldlng .torporatlo .i
control rates'.thrIougnt th.d country
in detlanceof Congres?" *
It Is, not so easy to 'follow or corp.I
'prehend'the reasoning o the dissent
irh juestiees, ..particularly that of Mr.
Justice White, when he says such prin.-
ciples as are laid down in that opin-
Ion are, "desttretive 'of government.,
detructiveof h'nman.. liberty, and de.-
striUetive of every principle upon which
organized soelety depend."
These words wilhardly be taken se-
riously by even those who' disagree en-
tirely with the deot ion of the coUrt.
They are rhetorical, rather han co0n-
vineingc Indicating s play of tmagina'
tion,, more than found ded act ion. '
lTakenl sa whole, the country will
accept 'the' jority opinion of the
ourt ant a applaud i.t betaue i t enun I
dates anew important prinlples, and
removes a cloutid o dobt. that the raIl
road corprattons have i lad ustrlously
sought to throw' around the Sherman
antlrutt Iaw. This decision puts an
end to all lue tions as to the power of
Congress to. regullate interstate ot' -
mnree, and establihot o ncoluslvely
andaflally hey'i cfnsitut ionality of the
hermman anti-trut law. Th",s law I
therefore. revitalied, and the rail-
'roads as .well as other corporations of
the c"unt'ry, will henceforth regard it
In a new light, Furtheromore ,this de.
clsiqn should serve to effectually
tohek that dangerous tendency among
eorporatoins toward Illegal combiIa-
tson for the double purpose of destroy.
ieg natt'ral competition and at. the
mame time inreaingB the piwer, and
consequently the disposition to op-
press; .
It will not be understood as ihnte-
fering in any manner with legitimate
combination of capital for the purpose
ot establishing continuous lines( No
sane person will for a imoneutrpTestiat-t
-tlwusefulness or the legality of. large
systems built up by uniting short
litaks1nto a continuous chain.. Such
combinations are clearly within the
scope and purview of corporation law.
I It is, therefore, not the use but thui
Abuse of the law, that Is' to be re-
stralned. Oppressive monopoly is no
more to be encouraged that ruinous
comnptit.lon;, but legitimate compete.
tion is a neoegsary adjunct or all iOe-
ful business. .Destroy' legtitunate enm-
petition anid you create illegitimate
oppression. Illegitiatte competition
ie quite as bhad, perhaps, but, no worse
than unbridled monopoly. In com-,
morei, as itn othe.r..things, prsperity
and happiness lie, not in either Ox-
trmone, bunt rather in that golden mean
where it flourishes best when it per*
tjr.ts othr o to tfourish-.that' sekc,
i ut absolute bpowter by destroying
others, but is stimulated to better' ef,
fort by generous rivalry. Such is the
logical effect of this important de,.
Scionn,
l olitits are ua. igt the wood ww


* S, s ,o '. Cir\ '. , 's
but Wilt until .le baseballal oeon
v o x .... ... .. .... ... ; d "
ig.1.#
S Frank J C.hcn'y mnake, bath that he
* i s senior partner of the tirem .of F. J,.
I Opht ney o.n doing' boukies in the
- (Oity of Toei d, county, andd State
* -for .1ead that sai4 thtu isitl pay
f the sum of O:,, 'lUNi)RED Dl OL.
i .ARII f'r each atd every ease of
use of HalP a a.. '-arh *r.

hamy prarx.tcA this a ,:lf 1)!.,


toplihed,'wa br6 't about
"trogit the splendid services of
ZlprldA l~dolegatlon In Congress, com&
p isd o tie iorrable R allory
nd James '. 'Taliafrro, U ited
8t4tes senators, and the Honorable
tephenL M. Sparkmain and: Robert '
Davis, tuembers of the House of Rep-
rese tatives." .,,, ',

'The beat Clark campaign document
in thil ooty whieh hasbeen diatribu-,
ted 4urin this campaign is the abu..
alte, filthy letter of J. Murdock Barrs.
That kind of campaigning has been
tried in this county in the past and it
has always met with the same result,
The people repudiate such methods.

The Smnoot investigation has conclu-
sively proved that the Mormon church
still sanctions ,polygamy. And still,
the people of this aind other States
permit ormon elders to preach their
dirty doctrine and corrupt the morals
of the cot0mun ties i: n whieh' they
labor, .. . .. ..

Hon. W. I, Blite ought tobe con-
gralulated u pon the access of his
meeting at Santa '.e yesterday. It
was a'remarkablO suoeesa."


Hfood s arsaparilla1
Hals won suicce S 'aW beyond the effect
of a4dvetiiagz only.
The meCet6t IIts wonderful popular-,
Ity is explained by its unapproachable
Merit
Based upon a prescription, which
cured people considered incurable,
Iood s Sarsaparilla
unlitea the best-known vegetable remin-.
edies, by such :a cOubnation, propor-
tion andi process as to have curative
power pect.ilar' to itself.
Its cmies ot serofula, czema, psori-
nals, and ev'ryv kind of Ihuimor, as well
a! intairiItanti hettni dllu ismiit-prove
Hood's Sarsaparilla
thel bwt btlooud (iills'r ever pr duced.
.. .'OIH( i of d of Appe.
tioo anld thi r to-ling ninke t thle
o mwh ol' ad n it strel ith-
etorer thl('\voil .d a h verr knownii.
food's Sarsaparilla
Is a thorouni.)ly gold imedicne. Begin
to take it TODAY, tt t11,04PS.



LA16RIPPE
Pnoumosnl follows Lo "rlpps
but nver follows the u se of


FOLEY,$sal eoe,
It p. the Coughas hwl tho u .a
r vels ?Paeamunla sad OoiaempUoo.
Mlta 0. TA" Of Wd0, 1110 00'Ki' ., CIeiI
104111 "Mr wiru had laur.pp* 4k e It.blft
fth*b wr" 1x.bad at o. h lst g h- l
fq amb 5, AU. p tM1.leteflshe
SHW is ?CJ.

4



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nsiconA, EMxins., Zy :1, 1902.
Wine of Oardui and ThedEord's Black-Draaght
is a sure cure fdr all female diueass I reeoatus4n
yonr modidines tq all may friet4 everywhere I go. Fveamothw V ago I
^& not wa lc Screw the house without great paia but I la l -


I IhM ony ten f bottles of Wi of Cardul b feel better t ave
felt li two years. M8./ T






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SVtia v ia j Via
Dupt t i Du pot A n P & Dupon,
or joror s lte n n m Jaclile,
acks'nvlUe Jacksonvlle L Montgonc v
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect Februrry 7, 1904.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
3 40 pm 1 High SpWrngs and Inter-, 8:16p
Daily mediate Points Daily
12::b5pm Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8:40 p
Daily Intermediate Points Daily
2;28. p, Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville, 2. 05 p n
Daily North,Eat and West Daily
12:6Mm HighSprings,Waycros ;Savinnah,13runswick, 12:45 pm;
Daily Albany, Atlanta. all, I' tts orth, East West Daily 1,
Rochelle, Mi:epy and Citra 9 l ban
Daily . Daily

3 : a It a720
W i'ex .Na sa, ,Vy .ex.
SGoiug Wet or Northwest Travel in Chieago and Florida Limited, solid
etitbu ltrail of Pullman Sleeping;, bs vasin Library, D])ining Car a'l
:Coauches.btween St., Augustin and: ChicagI. Oily one night out.
eae St. Augustine .. .... F. R 7 0a a
Atrite ,Jaeko vi "' 8 0
-Arr. .,Tifton.. 1:9.p
Leave n iftoni F Ry .. .. : 1" '
Arrive M laeon ..4. :pm... ... . :. .
Leare CC4 t ent of Ga Ry .p
: 7 -13
Lave Atlanta W.R "
Artrive Cbattanoo g- ... .. ''' Tl
Leyve Chattanooga ,' C"& St Lk Ity 1' p in I
eAvi e .^ Iii vNa hvilire .... ...... 8: a m
A1rr 1e E ano lle 3. .. ...L,,
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A S tIVENt Y ;. A. .

: l n Trust QCmpany1 to.l
A continental Thrust CCotpany of
ow Yok, and Covers yEvery Mute
,fWtaway ind Other Property of

e largest liortgage evr recorded
eoiiii.oe of the al-erk of d ohe arcuit.
urt of Alachua county has been filed
th Clerk, nton.
The miortggo is given by the Sea-
ard Air Line Railway Company to
Slonprtineital Trust aCopany oa
a e Yok, Williard Y. Kig, trustee,
C is for the enormous sum uf $5(00,-.
loeeurlhg anortgage and colateral
pus 6 per cent gold bonds due and
yfble March 1,107. .
The pper was filed at the begiining
U the present week. Tt is a volutii-
un dooUrnent, containing four hiln-
red pages, ana will require several
eaeks to record.
'le mnortgaige covers every mile tof
eadwa.y and all other pro pty df the
eat Seaboard systein. The law pro-.
is that it shall be recorded in every
utiny in w'hieln the system owns
operty, which alone will aggregate
isande of dollars recording ex-

i Humanity's Weak iSpt.
her are nore detian rectly d tih
.wepk lungs than to all ota r di-.
p na'oinblued. They re humnanity'
8k spot-the breeding place of oti-
Wptlo. When the slighfest synmp
zu ot trouble Ia felt in lihe iungs you
ould begin tile use of Dr iioschole's
rn Syrop at onoe. It i made es-
ially to soothie. heai and strengthen"
lq~sg, throat and bronlulial tuoes.
man Syrup is a Inever-ft iliig remn-
for cosuttliption, Trial bottle.
:.Bigbt)ttle, 75d. At Johnion Bros',
He Wants fiSecretary.
You have certainly gotten inme into
usOs tr.oublo," good-naturedly re-
ked4 Hon. WV. Robinsod to The
Mpiin in hi private office Friday,
oh. lti.era
3 ti o; h i snto l face. Ev ee that hotel article aippured in
iuni in 'wh lol you stated titit T
tbnld subscribe, I have been literally
adeddown with letters and eireulars
m firms all over the comintry who
nt to interest ine in anything from
Wing the plans ani1d building tihe
tel dowwto the fellow who wants to
rnish in butter and produce, I
r that .1 will l:e compelled to employ
ceretary if I attempt to answer all
correspondence."
he article referred to was copied int
ny papers throughout thIe outintry,
AMr. Robinson exhibited a package
olnturilcations whiit .itist, have
j priced nearly a hundred letters o(i
subject.
A Physician Writes
lam desirous of kniowini it the pro.
lon can ol in i erbine 'in tulk for
ribintg oses? It, hasa been of
t use to maIe in treating Cases of,
epla brought on by excesses' or
ork. I have'never known it to
n restoring tire organi.s aeffettd to
Healthful activity." W) a bottle
hnson Bros.'

AN .SS .-;N
CANVASbdiU! THE- VOTE.

iinal' .fiar'. of Mtncra' Unionn
Countit s i allota. r t #(t

la'f iis. ,'ci.,t i i' iStfl' t ir, -c s)) tioii*
by the r'a it t t-ro "' l 0' toe to-
lit w'ctii'it t In t-' l!, tno ttonaui h. d-l'
r i of itel.o i ut-it .fti nl li o'til;. -
ri'tnrns Lhive crymn to hei'tblitar
seutlei it-il nvto'io niuttl 'are op n'
three trlt" **ru Aleiot' 2.00i o .
alve rim'r&ied. Thi votes of ea.sch
fdB anid agaittit a 'trike are
Ot two'coAlumns tad tbeo tloital
-tolumnt reprevntoi(itg the In-
1 votes of the mi~,ra., o. the

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v*o ated Th full ofti.* I
y tray. idcate tlta-t 1 04H

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farwl at ilergevillt.

She the. t'le al ve wi '1y r*'
'"t1l4 .wll give t. then itseio tl.tlor
alive. It Io gieii o awhile r s it
frcf would ifve to w te, hut e
of tbe Jalle4 who'i knet1w ,her .et y
4e finally t he to ent the cab

As she tep Ked i 'nt Ch, cab Mshi
staid wlitlS an oatlthat ah, 'otld'm er
whr the coWri. tstripfs, but wouit,
tear then off as faspt as the gtiards
put them on' her. Sii swore she
would give the gua.ki' all the trouIbl
she possibly .could, and enttdo by tiay.-

"I will give ,thenim more t1t11ble
than did Matmie DeCrtis, and when I
get out I will go down to ruiln and
drat as many soul with Die as 1I
can".

FOUR HELDPfORPEONAdE,

Citizens of Kemper Cqunty, Miss,,
Under, pond for Appearance.
Jalck oni, Milss.. Aurcli l-S.--Unisttcd
{itt s Mar.inal W\Vlson, tfor tho wouthli-
ertil .ditri <,of tN isiiiwysiMppi. Iha arrae t-
cd Iva 'liu'irrtoh n and l lie teli to I.e-
gtttoo,( i Kof iitipr cti'tontyilt who anet
*elinrge. with having holidi sh op (Gitf'-
lie in l heuonitiae .
Thie 'fiun' ifiou lia'vt "bei~t'. .4iblie~d"o
by tlit- feldrn gl asrniwl jury n. In ses
ioit hl Mertidltin anid lpi taru .ht f*r)'re
.udIge Nilas antd gave iond Jtl' ( thi
0suit)l M $I,t4'00 for hlicr aperanruee
for tial. 11, Is loirneld here toni ght
.thtlii iIlie 'Tidlril graitnd jury at Mv-:
rilliiln is IvoriklIgl .on other peioitago
Cev, auril It i s sftltI tlithai lhtor '. Ill
Ibo lloro .li tllttC.triiitt i W hil lh tl> noxt
',v jilayx., i o rtrie'f llieil of a sMena.
li l t 'lit act t.r, r .

ENSLEY MILL CLOSED DOWN.

MinhaUerent and temployes of Open
Hetith Department Disagreed.
I.. M fli chu.0 ,A.la,, MiI'.h IS.- .1 h
ts'tel ITill l t lllisly is cloa d .l.i lty
po I t' t iiiplkiyes, tofi the opoii hearth d(-

'i. whailt lih troliil a (I ilas not.
(d'vtiloptd. hil it I .exiitCtOd ihitl the
(itit (doii is oi otly totnlporary. 'The
ltloot iltig uill antd rail toil lll triig rh'-
titiledtt Ont ihtt stw l riolll fitr ir'odtlio-
I non of .hlgot i 'ar lt bot n'ionc'.ilri y.
fidl, lind slop the rolling mill doppirt.
niat-
It Is .satd- theilt ianniagi inp t de -sltro
t nto aikt.' so te repair at id will tal;
uitvantalg of. thie Hhut down to do


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Youe an e1aure a copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled, "What to
Hay in Spanish and Ilowlto Say It," by
(!enrldig two ceults in posttage tp W III
Leahy, division pasptinger agent, At-
lantie Coast Itine ratiroad, tSavantrnhi.
Georgia. : .. '

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Male Impure RleoG.
All the blood In your body pastiss through
your kMneysonce every three m iutA"s.
Ttu3 kidneys are your
(t blood purinflers, they li
t(r om.ithe waSte or.
fY. -'l i l f they are:stk or out
~/~'~ ( Al ,,ii ''' thetirw tfk .
ncs^tr l r1 ," *oe. 'r '
r ut-attain com* frontx-
c of utre acid In the
k tnie y tirub.le '.* i, .
K Khey trouble i' es .qti'kk or urts.ea4y
hart beatsi, and makes .ctfet ..s tho'u.h
they haid heart tou'ih.e t, alt' ther oli'atll i
over soktnig lin pu ping ihtit.. kidney.
pu.tSe4d bloCod hro'.i h 'Vtia nd attels, .
o '. ,,d l'o be ,ait^ere.d ithat! only .urintray
.tr i bs wtre to be traod to. the ri'(ys,
.U now rodrit. sdeireproves that e. Itlyi


so n. re tirri lit' t e ita t for its


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lHON W. H. PARSONS,


Po-'-rutna
ltires-
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casos of
ila gripp
than
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c romnedts


V, W .11. Varri~tts it 1:>\ *'-,r.tt- tth ,qtiit l kl I a"-(' t vI id o iittrk t)tt
S t'oliri of 'Txi-triu, rula i r iit ,tll orti'tteral Ili (totifitlo t At i- Ar y. Iit it I' iltt '
'Iiilli frOnit i-t 11 Str-I, N. M'.,Wiuilhhi gttii l Dt CI this prtoniisnlilu itnti.

in ionals i to ,d 'tlthe y f Prita In th, ,tatnt the .wvu
Syjptopmfo r of 4h 0ripe is lhi n'hkhi t hae beenAHilood f&thP aolor months
past, I h-tie bee A r tifced Ito unde* a treatment Ih tutly cole
rated faornmula. I feel a tedled chiangt he a h forlbe after nWlr I i ly
one Wreek. Ils eptwcialy good lIts toningto up the s t4ach' ad ha hati a
1 decided effectupton tly appetite. I therefore feel much etawowtgedthat
Ofn on the road to oidiiunvo pk-eotiiraiUau,
-'4y intimrous fr.it-i!rids lo leTss whprtr Ihavi had thW honr 40a conm-
mnanda ta brigdoe her 'elteran Cavalry lit a feyr years' war, ma accept
thils ,Olnrlury "t"I. ..nlal ( t t merits ofl lntni ats a sensetOf oblilnl#n
on my parqt for l oth evrtfeful efficacyy. M P art nons.,

l'r Irli It' o I fi t 't' 4ii< t, 1 .!% Ow W .irld iii Ol h01 H 10 11,w0 il0 it wtllilli.tlto 14 I0t.l.9 :ki1 lt
.ripp< wh Oi'( mr th ti vilih, n y. OFil ptorini H. o ir oIrlt li iilii'. or l)it)ii4v (1, 1 intiif1%tlii ,
l"'t'iur i tlr'iu ig li itri nd i t i 'rtittv'tl, A rci'vrd of $10,000 has bhiC' deposited In theA Marke
hus, Ohio, as da guarantee tlhat the hI oVe testinonk/il
il? oUr possession authe/tiFfc eftLers certifying to i11 s"
timona atis re c lii' :nd in tlhw 'ords' of h11C otfle Who


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tI ib l'i iI iVV it- liii' ,l ;it.' ittf .1 lst t-, I nI
4-41 'u si Wlt-l l l Milt *.ia ', ot .M i" e O lt i l'v, i lO ts "
April. A, It'l I II 44. tlt"' h Ih" 1 c ) iii l>'N'ilt ,oa. t -

tiiitorv. t llti tit l i i t 'it ,lt, A ullitie fr r tii r 'sifrt, 't i
SII retihtlt.i hi l tr n latil fi i .'. 4e01 *'ri"t1., itA k-. I.

tMotl OneI a t .o vll o r S illnr Ua'n tOI E auuiA tioN t evi. ',1I flu
rita-t ta"l tntt"l'.' ( u.( 1. w i e o U r Pi' 1041
A lllr i t, oh ';' i i"tti a 1tiU 'llinri t i 1 7 4" .
iti lif 7- 41 t'itit
i"5 U t5#i< .it Imsite i. ,, is ' ti: t4,i M t -, .-', 7 11
or h itin hi ti a u l',i i. ..u;t stt i 5n*t 1 .1 iX 4
it *I C tll ilo # l | it t ,itlr l' i .tl't. 'lfa u tit it. f
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PI0 wrt r us- I < u 4 t"*'"w (i a" ..t.e *
t t t i "! li on u.tl t h I ( .
coat h 'ule l'stt ale 0t 1oloet ii t 'ot o' vlo.r.n "'l n `4' t .lii .wo a t i .
S 4r o t I.ttl o'v0ltff 1,. i f .' t t rolM h6lt
ro til oli i ir,' t.....t t .. .. M..k tl t (k ..
thrter orr l' <* swu (. v ft IN en, 1$ A ;7 0
e '.t tt l 1 t46" 1 Atg ,


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i atte'iitfB ti ltn .f
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"titf'I I the source othi tlld4ai e.eof th t
i111t0'tit i ilktttthrantts by lts( a(ltol o the
l i'rtr ( lar itirting ihItohyaii.yer ihold tae ae Mtu ..
of teriti., N on't> it' l nieed Oap iet is' ,.i t fit
rtii'ot lli1t ]uil s! tlhey do i. The so i' t. 'ri pe
hbu prtiui'td clilurhti rhat inr'fli' rtiu iiotr. if '"
tho, V l itl,,i iniut uir it<,.ildtitbtii, : a .''at g*o
lit lit h Is i r t np l io i urhl( ttil theitse .rut-
rt' to r-t' d lt t It tlrotrorlli eond nlh. t li'htI .
I'i'rtis wt ill do, t i A retint lt5 :. .. ..' tit
dii's t lit o i teletl '' iii .. ,for th' Cot
iltilon froni 'itmite Iit itlnel!, htt )g iu s
iillilnetosi to yhire oen rh remnw y th.y l .aws ,
'mty suhtvi;Atnta valu? I t these ott( o l b
ilotlug fIorty yauth'exIterienea ant stUi l
th otln "It (il iloti kohionly) ap) eelf'it-rm!-.
edly foi the afth0r1tffet0 oif l ift g.
Sof itll the hndit nt l instrh. ti;fi o uu i r the
t i l 'filutlh t rr frnt i i 'l u I, i t i'.riit
tIre't, I hIitdeltdph it, ra
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autl sevorlu of ty rbtundAo.dA ed ti to
tiel w th lit.n itr a Itol .ilrtaniy'ly
Hre ii rl tit d t'.tl s of good. I.'wius io w ll'
stit ft i-d t ia t lhoii'ic tiitmtl A ill.i'i t&(t yttl

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With the Democrats Alway.'
I eitth e ('Cilgrtslodii ftn "crd In
ther proof o y pisiiy on tll he
nancial or Gold Standti-d 'till
Vol. 33, page 1.22: 8 St.inlttir Tilvir.,
Colorado, offn', td th following
nendent to the pl hiim" hill:
".'1 he pcoplkt o l tho idlit-ui S kt,;
e Iln favor o f' tf at h t 11 d t ir
; of an Intoernatloitial aigr th the great cornminri-tiil lnitions of
e world that will itlinit of (the uii<'
bothh gold and sil'vr at such ani
)tablished ratio. as will maintain th. i I
rity between' gold anil slvol'r coin;
td the efforts of the t;ov>'trniin'utt aret
irelby pledged to o'hnuvor to Hit.'utlr
Cit ati International g rtg.'vitmiut ais
peedtly as iossilte," -
The vote on this \was (rontgresIm(alo
record,; Vol ;i, page J186i) yi.'aI, ast
bll00Wi. Iate, 'ierry, Ilttiler, Chala
ibr, Chlltoi, Clark (limotana), Clay,
lbe.rson, Daniel, Harri,. H i,.fl tftv
Piest (Arkanaus). .Jones (Nvfndi)
anney,' MOnery, Mtl ritirit, Marthin
Oey, Morgan, PetRI hi, Ri tins, Stew.
Talaf ,r Teller, 'rlitrley, 'lt
azi Vest. Senator Mialloryi was ault'
lt on account of "i iess t butt .paired
Vote y6a., : : ' ..
Polbwlng hI, hi St'nm(itr l,.ltti', ,
0a8aMn, offerortt OKIs tanur)trtlii'irt';
(CongreAssonai IRecord, Vol. 13, l *;.
'Ootl coins atid silver luladursa r<.,"
by the U.ittd Sitht', saMall be .
;A a ttled r' :in all pay: i.n1 ts a. tlht
minal vaiae wht'n niot ititw the
eight and limitt of tolerance provtd-
by'. Wl for the single i: t l,.. ) nid whet
laced In weight below sith stand-
liid toleu.'atelo, halll be a legal
.'r *t vaJahl tion In .propohitloi. I '
tr'Adrt.i tnoved t'tIo lay tb'I
en I nt ftiu. # t Vhe, l but .witb.)l -'f
Sit thu hI It rf? 'vl s aU tl''
'hs Vrti'ae-tirdet'd ott Ilue P

YvAvt( >wi:th that, of t IQ ot-01
ti was, Io' e ,,- Mphwr ....
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Cast No Such Vote.
Ytl say ilhat I votd atA bfint an
Alhint'lduie't to.grade Natinal Banks'
aueordilig to population, tind cile (oin-
gressional .t'cord,.Vol', 3.l, ag 2119),
iti ouur authority, l'gTrO. 291M)h las nt.
rol trtIOP the ti1 0 )jet1 buI t deal.4. Pn-
tirely with pro.eetditgg of the llouts
of lIe p)resentatiive(s. T (o Ihind, hyev.
er, in an entirely difflnlent plheo inl
the record that 8enittor Nelson offor-
'd tho follow' in l(, idooine it Id thu.
l,'i tni.'ial tr (iold Standi rd Bill:
'"Seetion 10. T1hat Sq'etiolnii ti if
the Itevised Statutes is heirelay amenid-
i'd to read ait follows:
"Sel cttito 5138, No alsoeiationm H shall
hi organtiied with a tles .capitit that
$11 ,(it), except that banks with ia ('aplt
ital of not less than 5,tlK)0 may, with
the aipproyal of Ihee fro.tar 'i'r'isuiry, be orgalifeud lin tiy placit.
the" population of which .(1lo0s8 not ex.-
ceed 90i(A iilliahltati and l exceptethat
hl)ktwitlh a capital of not less thati
(ilr,i,) iay, with the tutaItiol of the
S trti titry tf the, T'l'ru ry,. ht orgatu.
izod il 1,1y pla.e) thl populittiotn of
whiobh doot In xeced *1,) inliB
w Ih iei,,ih to' tt o11 6i t'to' e -i 4x)- i ittll'ilbi.
tarfil N o ilit0 ciiation shall hii organii-
ri zd in a eity the populaltionl of whivi
pw ds the 5) (X) p rioli, with e -A p-
ultt lhus'ttan '(20.:l,(XX>V
'ihiA ii the only, thtig I eait d
It'arittg ally relation to tho *tisubtjet
rao Tflititoi, Yi Oil nmiust, ithererfor.,
rfetr totihi and y o) a re .t ii tin itifrt
lyat fat lt and mlinirepres tit nie
'lThe object of the an)ildtninh.tt" wa0
m.'roly to 11hatir s te l0 a so ttihAl Na,
tiomftI Hankis with a apK ialcai r ol25Si-X
o tld bis orp'tilzd in plasefs with a
lpopilat~ion p 4^ or s' i where, up
to that timtno Natiolasl Ilank was al-
lowed with aeapspital of less thon 50,*.
(0), Thet antuidn,1unt wai w of fiit:eresit
ti thin rur-al eomtimunri'tsand es-hti-il
ly th Soutkt, and was ado ptid 'withmlt
objt'tlo r 1itjT ipi: 4 1i/pw.'0 thett'fo,'tI
soan ti yo y l*oa the 0 poplf....o VoMrids
thqt 1. vottin, against It? A.rtr the adopt4
tion of thett tielndifetl, as6 as1 part of
.t1i',( id ita ivolteor'bi *.ll iit h iagl( tOf,
lit hl. t o.'l. oVo inr hd'' y ave.. t h It'thutir
Sts'"?'; ' flit- ,'tit 0 p s f
the blilii- Itsi ert.ireily wast a fitl!wa
(.'ongreiti0iital 'ftid,; V)IA, .3|t,'-
.**. as -.Aldr^sh, ''Ali~on, l.(urtd


n te? 3 tEtl. lrt V(lit

8tftutburi, MO MIlip. st, Nlise,
MENKIml~T,


HE_ DAILY $UN:

e. as-lnte, Berry,. .utler, h ilton,
111RE ,11. (. o Ctana) Clay, Ccel.lCu
btrso,. DaJelel, Hatlsrs..t1. 'Jone (N
inueo imh.'othird pageX..n L ylti h{ae,,y. 1.c" ri
a *im'r' t Udrj *^.^tMs,' Row.
ao.al service, attenmpte to er, Ts lln.maTln t V,'. iest Serro Tel
e enaetmot of an law e Mallory w a, altnt.on aceou Of ni
'nesa out pairedd ,to ote yeI en i
0one promfrientlyconlect. proposliUtion. y n
bak yourself, I uinderstani< .Seatr McLautin offered le folw-
'l y ito do t moan to 'l aeinlimnt to the sane bill (COom
nletion 0t th i of lnfid wuli 'restol al Ie0ord, \Vo1 page O4b): i
' piblce, officer tromft the "SectlIon ,. That Sfecttons 34t0' aiiti
lt .arg 'of .his, official ', d '3413 and all .other dcts and parts of
a ts 'Vwhich ellimpse lany ta 1 upon the
,tromt your letter the follow, circulation". Stato f ia4lk1s Qr State,
Banthig Assopiationsibea tndthe sanme
. I hare called to the atten, ate he'orety, rtplealoI,."
hose of the' people 'whom I The tote thetreon is reeorde, on
I abl4 to address the facts pnge lS33, Vol. t33, Congressional RIe-
enator you voted against an ord, and thlo.o \'oting 'yea were the
at to the money bill to strike 'tillowing: t
'gold anid Insert the words herry, Chilton, Cirk (,M.ontana)
'f Standard value' in interest tta', (Ctlbertonm Daniel. lltfl. Jones
(Congressional Record, Vol. t hanui s)'isa I.inl'iiy, M( nplie ry, Me-
1829)-a direct and flagrant, Lniin, Martin, Mionieoy, Mtorgain, Pet-
of the platform," tus. Itawlins, 'ai'talifil'rrTo Tillman, Tur.
.iy, Vom-- Sinator Mallory wai tab-
Never So Voted, 'seit on account of illness, but was
patitd 1o vote yaon "
hat you'have absolutely mis- Senator Jonis, of Arkansas (ihatr-
ed me, uinwyittingly I hopet '1110 Ito thI Netiional Det'uocratie E Xo'
-1lte t'tlilitliitee), offre(' the follow.
e people whom you have ad.' Ing: iienditi, t to the oiaoe MI4, v7z,
I assert that I ueVer so vot- the Gold Standard bill (Congresshon.
that Congressional Record lIteilr, i. :r, ingt 1S,t): n
age .1829., the same Yotl y Cite, it from arid after the epasage
at youre" stateilient has hit of this0 act the mints oft.tfhlIt' '1t1i .
t In fact. this page lows States lo i hu opol taotiho ) tem oaiigo, of
I voted stctly with lny par- silver an id there shall te coined doit
ave always done on every l's of the tight tiof 41 t grahii troy,
nt issue. nThe facts In the oft lta t'rnd! sIlver, lintnet4oiths f1ne
these a4is pt'oi' I)d t y theac act of an tary 1,.
Stewart, of Nevadaq off re d ',,37., andtI 1on the siihowe tIrmvi ald
'ldg Atil end noent'.: i jbtr tIt h.t o ht0italons and lt ry t l '-
S33'6, Onpage 129 th e 5,you amt' s r. iit it' r. il eg itat.liy lto- otnlgt o
ord. 'Interest' it Is p roposd li t. .nte ulalltYof glow an
out in golry cott of theltires- t V',lrvrt'h ,10 said O'insi t, arC'rhIE O i'i
i'ones ihNeiadi' arid Insert, 'TIn cotn 'ided f*ol'ltlcla. tAreeltMive ,Joi ln(t.1










LameIn, Mai'tt oil, MIrn ,l). K an lard lvale, Stewart, iSul' T t yn 'n'tit, t t'il'es .iort1n 't
iferr Tel' r, '.'lliah, Tur '''. l Cevik S t .O Stillivnn, t as





atorfa~loy, beinf 111 and. u*it Inl ltrt. trInilloion T )'riy' icit,
Aldrqch moved to lay this 1)tI law,."
it a0,the.tableoand n the nay I'nt't'r Alul,. w o itgriqSiontt e'ord ,
the proposition to table7were Vo.iiitt ,33. twli ''i lit' );itt I. 'vot,
i(SetCong'reslonal Rec edwithof i ln ter.t pair to voUr i
, page 1829,h to, that y to a a hi d mlr pmrolithiyl. at i r rtanet..
Rate, erry, lltler, Chlton, Y'Itl/t, Vit" lit, ('hfititt
+rntaunIx, ('uy, Conk hull, uI ( AltillinI. (lyC'. "k-

Ets 1t, 6 Malth, tti one'y, M ior. tin 'o ] t'iuii.y 3.i' ilt''y ,
tlu, f?'. tawthi, Stewart, ttil I t'ill hY 34 it, Mon 31ety, 'Morgat Pt.
afrlo ,T e e T eT ..lr i.,, 11 Ind Si 'ti tilt ,iil tl
Spalred."to vote nity on tltt" 3t'ittr Mt]i' ytt '. l i'iiwas tll.itllt oIl but'
t Itjo nt tt thiof n' 1no.l t I paxreId t O ll Ito
it0thtyo&a611 tho. pr ol tos 1thtoil.


phr tkrntutl t t if"th A)'t ...' 'aha i',rlt iatni
or L inli tt( r'. tl t h i' fi rt'.! I(iriralti tI.
ri:..gPullh ,r, I i t'';,ii .t Iu u 'i l i, of l(1 lii)tI(>'
JIratheP.hod of ('t a'"' i tiv( o1'n ,
the 01..) r. (st R) illf w otidli lt r (ti
.th Order f t road ti i tlvgr4, ,
phers, rid throlmI-, h 'I:.ra ih dt i)i I
for tho n t 4t < )f soir agldltl a. t
toAtnring f thl e ntisit i ',t, .it hUo rhe.
mh i j il trep r : 1 .1r 1 1,' t.!i :i'.t y la o rt i not
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ttw n eiqr de anth UW irekd Std .ithy' rd lv,0 8 t, Iytt tollw, 't OttMIve "Ag y of .

lift~, ,,!the on i ro e thekimig pet tie a I ftt ltha m e t n atre
e et (tiitotup. oti Ou'0 '0 'n betnl tr tn.s ti ot n tw t P;Ile. ftol thet
wits yoQuf( ern t hoeubill t o r tem at hit 1W adOI thlt li e H ltrt ^o4Uof A lwotl It kte at rl
d r ent to trlke' from th tiol e l U; r Iit te t i ,, tth' O ')tlt w a p f4it' tt '
(itales utmi ) the words abor and ,' t n l ttthr red to iWt.) t .. ,i tl
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penod of Floridn& o sratiq.-61 Ib. the l o C.) lrl' n oea i f e 'na t' irei't of the peyol r 1 ilgs
e Misqote s the eord Twice .l ti,_it i t(?tl uiinlte f the h o.;'tlu ht-' nt lteh*' 4 l ,tt 00,:y l tnhO e,lf hi o
in tIO OIs N n l 'h j(n to s t t st U e n tit ), l a d etler u ro

}You have here uiiistiquottid t hiel'. I'*H il wor d.Lniuid aho>t u. ui \ the ptlh where it utrioiTo a on a t ocky
orid twie, A bill to yeril ro' a Deptrt. tl t. it I hoPl o' Il thiNi bil h tttls' w; t ,'la d. I t'
iiount of Labor to) oniw ncree was tot M hi I 'rvi itle wul ti l i td tuett 'rH pnolt h p'fc.t. -tTw
titi o rin or O atiietfr no ). h e, bdill o(f (i'm wO n 't'a hr i \i' w tul t w 1 U1 Eo yll th h etutitt et) of,
crt dte theit a rdtli e nt Wit o m m e r bi t) ot o l a b V num ; r !' V ot sle, w .'tlter arq IIk( tl etUI of vate ta d aRgo
the wb dillh "Labaor a tll id l tappear 'l t .h.to t hn ii l)'h,>4t W 1. 1 or in t he hu ttl n i, 6 o w h i tal t
in its title an id h a ce t'ith tr ou ld prop- w "r t 'ti t it I tt' u It I i .tyIit"I o i 't I>ed ) I o r w o kliy yeara, c i i o
orly blI no h stioi-to strikee frouui t lie ilmporit(n ti p "iihllo hit to i'iw Il inttlie' wit'n ti@ Okl atdiy was
title words that were niot in it. T)h .ti1 lwi nt ol,' ih t. t i nit i t ,y 1 liing liow verti winrn oltn pnlas a fa t
notu l wai to atritoe from i tlhe hot y of i thl, t'' Hl ) bik i"it;m l th Ir along thel path rtoti loo.tit it i'k
the bill th in word y" vo0ta itova of it r. l u ig t .ito t tI0 itel st laitor w 'nt tthe tMlt ih' oi tle Wrinkledt v il'go
eborand. It wabo s r udlo (y e tI or as' yo t I tidl, 1 Vlt d itt a"tnelerDo A I ott.i nti lIntedi tl hl ho c tn T11 ily
Pethtui in aordanert wi ll the clearly Ito h t.! i 'it 1 Ne 0 itr' 0 lto ti.. r t h et, i ltO t A a W tto ouA g
tlxpre(sotd tietlitt of (lit ote r i t Fio u t 't '' tIt r nt. I;rv, ct ,' a nf.i h1 ai>rll ht'1"t til 'O ii EHyVO thIut
and F hpre.',t' (tiv|alaboro ttrgatl' .ttit lit,, .'t!' lbt pett tt I t urttl'; ltt' ? ,i "'' t' ^ tI n>. 1
and for thiea motion I ca or t ny 'tiot' | i
Ty (CO ti re" sioinfall t od, Vol.. 3II, .It HIIkIII :s IetI ( 0 .1 t'llv11,011114111 rfloov.*.N a o how-
iandt l Itiel,) L tt haJ o y tor, d L tVI It (I1tt It t iiltitd-ofift thiettaa' N
ith o w iwt.I 0 i th e^ b o t he ilbillrt lt me L av. iit i ,l( ll VIi I..ik ,ht'tit I .it l o4V l ) 1 1 a



rta t tgndare l tm yi 'ri I trr i (ire| . Uti.t t l b j'ii < .thtlvoi' lir t ^ o( rr *)' h teI. ot tw a t' ....
Al fu. lo r thi io tion I it were 1-v, lo l thi I ht t h '' ,tt'tlti as' ht +tk 1la I"
n)lti(rfA phrie t of thMCi r lit ei ti t t tti tt i e lv '. f 1: iti f rn it tt






pageo10 6L t.rabor, a its!l "t t i,tltiplehitiI h i tn hiy i i t ,htne' II'tt(,lLt W htlt 1 4t ''' r''''L h

rt~nittstseof thirgreat ir lt tt1r. haiz, r(tn.. r'tI> rttat t t ttvh ithl tt tl o r .^uilt wrn i,h Iin t iit'ty oii'' (iiti":Ntw
e grt ut qialui) y to set ai titit i ltt d w jilt h f toni "N ^ H ii 11 tti)t ml"; "" "r .
'afit e rt N itil li "ti' b io.d 'lIo t ri( ht(.li t Ilu t IIttallkg l tI' id t'hl tv ,iiti it.10 flt I



hit iatn lutii n hLto Itav o. a t l.ilat h i n h 01 l.. t rlh' tt itt Iitt' h0 t't1 it.q' IlttI hilo I'It i'itt. tI H li \,r S |' 11 abou. i "t' '' th i't '
th See Co alr t M .t i on d etr e .<4 ipos t t tt'ro'llt ril l 'li |' t .d i ttt tt i tl ttti(, it ti't ll v i ti 't r te .o 1. '. o
i'twl8 freU"ry 1lor frItiH ll (I TtA 1itl t( 1 0 I
tiorns on Bf th u ('mil thili (hi) 1I*l 1,h th iltiilt'




present ttl tr 'al or i tf Thl gn s | I t 't ilyt Itt i :tt w' tit t ln i1 ititio. ittW'o i tti l l aurhiti l io h 'u 'Ntit Ii '"."
tuei all g .t Ait s herBie, har'n it in trlt l p iro Iot l.h 8. .)n h ,ts t Nv \llT, h I"nll., m'i ti.li(ok" t |i R ltptig lto IV.
eRdel t ei t lf t ahe A m hrar ayrtoi t hebya, ore, (i (wf di al It ) i ti tW thi t to rdjl tO i'w t i
p ofned m lrabl o m iue sigh t b tw ..r i S^"1 ?l. t it I hor p th rf l
)abot r ortiK atiz tiat I hi l (v(' le inf ,rh 'n w 1c 4r.1 > w it j p y I


L aliaor, writing t .o Mbtai or -1'r e, )rhsi- \' )"o w lh ri tver, h,, v i,, i (-, )t ., khnio)w n ( l hi'li h ek ithoi i- i "l ...
d e.'.)t t p ro lt ti)i) .(i'o tl. i) n t (It er W1m"(41..1t. W',il 1( v rt l .y h ti t h iM t ful'O ott lil 'y " ,1 .
daitm of JaI iiary 20, l(02, annlriefg.rrlnt K ;"(.! ~ itlly ytto -J I- i to. the twn sliatl o( tho A l!). lfhd tif .IA TP f 1 it ( I oiiii ,)wn'n l.tiiv )tri Wtoul ltU k :' r
1,(1t0S l r ihti-hp Do, rt.o 0.. ....o

La11r, will oihi mi x tt i ii rlitv. t Al ....l1,,,t i ,,,1 ,a ,'IN I t 1)l hl. hl 0*
o f la b o r'k i t're sti tn' d m i ,ni .i6 )n ar t .. 1 h it l y i d 11 oin 1 itio r w I t ^ 1 O 111u '' ? i
p r e n t D e p a nr t st e)i L l i rt -o A I Tr^ II ,o0 h' , ,1l ) o l nt nl h l( -) q I I ]l hl hIlly i t h i A+l.f J a p -
Ittieh :a l'n

A u r1 l l. O t h e g hi U t l o t ,, ,i t og P " "* h1 '" )o tI 1 (1 l 011 o hl h'1 .11 0 Ill y Iso, 14111 ti 4 t4A (
001mn e t- O f 0 1 li ttt. 1 1 ii 1,y bl "ul <,' h.hV kitr, ,i.,1 i fi,, |,, \' l hnI u (ltt' U hi, Iba i


e (i, 11 )., t, ,o,, It Hiii -I,, H1 l.)Will lity l,, rrlh .,f l'"r l u e g o< t .\ T ,e
W I) U H l. 'dit.l. ll)ird 1vi ,l. mgl wof lh ,) h' l lt h ai l n* i t h e .) 0 M rtr ' l llAu l r.0lt" t ( h .. .ti t
o 'nlo (i f labr nkiklit 4' ++ po lv r ; po t if '+11+)....+ "|I +|+ i', ) o It)' r 111, ) 0140 1 ,10 W t 1.1+,+ I' l' h1 + I'|111 J~i I i+ ..f .i "' ,.'"." ::.l:i


againstt ta iing thle amend--
equivaltit to a vote for Ltir
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