The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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rut according:g to ?Sheats? '(just here is vegetable growers in the county, but, he
wheft the appellation, Czar, should have does not depend entirelyon vegetables as J. 1
been placed in front of his- name, long some do, but Ihe is doing general farming
years before the Palatka Herald, was in a-,well directed way. A large force of T.
born). The widow's children entered hands is required to keep his work going,
the schooll and remained there tor four and lie seems to have no trouble about P.
yeara. 'Ptofessor Sheats charging noth- keeping hands. All things considered W.
Ingat all and paying his assistant lher Mr. Stringtellow is oue of the most euc- J. I
pro rata part ol the tuition. Of these eessfual planters int the' county, and .his
four children, the writer is acquainted faints are wane of the most valuable-- G.
with two who stand high among the citi- just such as are worth more t I any com- C.
azes of Plonda and who are earning their unity than the average individual is in- A.
living with the results of these four years' c'ined to believe. Syd
training. A.
We aeit find him in his adopted State, Daughters' Good Work. T
a member of the faculty of Bast Florida The J. J. Finley Chapter, Daughters of then
Seminary, where he remained just long the Coufederacy, succeeded last Wednes- ful
enough-to study the situation and to map day in getting into the Soldiers Home in Ped
out a course that will be felt for good Jacksonville, another aged and depen- cans
throughout all future eges. He resigned dent old ex-Confederate soldier. in the ford
this ooeation and accepted the county person of James Kennedy. T
ahnpgupteadeleyi of Alathta county at Mr. Kennedy is the second old Con- no
ooed t oftbte st6ary he bad previously federate the J.. Finley Chapter has suc- TI
rcaeed, Jut her6, iwe must pause aod ceeded in getting into the Home to be 27s
say itat,-lf Mr. Seats ha, any fault. the' cared for within the last past t*o months mar
people of Alachun county are the last Now that there is not so much mon- wern
people ia the world to expose them to the ument work to be done in the State-or
puhlig ase. & 3 hall never cease to be in the South as formerly, these good
r for the noble example set by the ladies are trying to do what they can ins TI
s oaet l akh who with eyes blindfolded the way of baring for the old soldiers I'lo
col d.tbeN askedness of their unfortu- while they live. They are engaged in a Unii
nmats1 l kt0 Thagreat good aocomplish- good work. in 1I
e4 exr hahi for the schools of Alachua is
alfeda. Ima bter of biatory. He went Improvements. prop
L a. warthtentswi th very Improvements in and around Gaipes- wabro
itiPIP wort fifty cents, very ille are very common mow, and every- and
aell ho %. amd school houses, a tbre thing seems to indicate a prosperity that mu
dtiug I tb. eteiute d agaln4 a mosat ism unusual at this season of the year. o dad
slcWVy~tM4* sc~heoo sentiment, On his Several old awnings over the fronts of Won
I I'11 left a ut healthy pubic business houses around the square are be-of
se ,' t e5 513 bIoUths school Ing tord awsy and new awnings put up, tioni
while others are being new ly painted.
w4 qii" n hded cents', o More building-both of brick mand
hsl lst nil se gIyd Alsh. wood- is going on at tbis time within the
*banums i a ooe city imits than has been at any previous n
Doe 1'Wser in t.ll n tme for years. ter'
th et d e w al Estate. sm
thea u y have city property v idie
1stmp d-tylpag -:vo, air
0 U go- &Myft *ESmas truck, PRO" 1111t
l.eMl ^aame istyb t r- lands for salem were
Via -. 0h O weseiNe metal o ptfnand leowet prices
sld u tas t, I -ii iSad youa buyer c
M M 'n .A Pak*
Atato.mey at Law. blot
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For Clerk and Treasurer:
t. Dell .
For Collector:
Hi. Eilts. .. .. ..-.- .
For Assessor:
A. Ruhl. ....
-M. Bradford. .
I. Douglass .... .....
Por Aldermen
C. Broome... "'' ....
C. Pedriek . . .



J McArth r . . 145
I. L. Carter . . 6
E Witatock . . 154
here were three aldermen to elect and
re were five candidates. The success-
three were iroome, Witatock and
rick. For assessor there were three
didates and onulyone to elect. Brad-
- was the successful candidate.
homas, inmkoson, Dell and Ellis had
he vote was very light, there being but
votes cast. Thirteen votes being
ked wrong, or not being marked all,
e thrown out.

The W. C. T. U. fleeting.
he twenty-first arnual meeting of the
rida Woman's Christian Teosperance
on convened in the Baptist church
ake City Tuesday night.
during the sessionsa o the meeting,
ninent local speakers and some from
adI were heard, squl-sUrtiiag music
furnished by rell trained singers.
the meeting was one that furnished
h pleasure tu thoae who attended it,
reminded them of the fact that the
nan's Christian Teaiperance Union
loride, is one of the noblest instatu-
i in the Sfte.

S Burglars at AchUm.
a Wedauelav eight lat bturglars en-
d the store of Poatch Brhers, at
hits, and carrie sway a good gna,
a wearing appeal, etc. Proen the
atiou foaped easlie beM store thl
morning, it was teIed hat tfserf
two, or polbly three of tie per-
s ad a se-Mip was hastily ds-
hed sto a mety-p esaen for
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occasion lie delivered one of the ablest attended the political meeting at New- .---
peeches heard fomnt4he stump shiace the berry Tuesday. County Superintendent,.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
tpmaigehasberen ot. ie made manly Mr. J. 1). Matheson, an llder In the- for the office of Bu I dead ont of
e friends, and former friends we Pirst Presbyterisn church, this city, at-1 Iuhbli crnstricttioun o!',a u of Il
trenathenied and drawn closer to hIm. artena4rd the Presbytery of Suuwanutee. at subject to the actionPof the Deusocgttr K

Some who were p sent declared that Palatka this week. pIrt of all demlclrtIc voters.
SHlarrs' nomination at the first primary W. D. Bltch, a popular employee of ReSpectfuhly.
was assured. the Atlartic Coast Line at II gh Sprlugs, J G. KaLLUM,.
I wap In the city yesterday en route to CO up i en
5 A Mospital Her. some point south. I amoa c ats for the ae of
A movement Is now on foot il this city Mrs. S. M. Adamson returned front perintendent of Public Instruction a
for the establishment of a hospital here. DeLand Wednesday, where she has ben Alachbua county, subject to the actieonl
It ia a well known fact that a hospital on a two weeks visit to her daughter, the Democratic primary, and solicit lus
for the care of the sick and infirm is one Mrs. W. G. White. rI wi.avor rstrnenhment anl the pay*
of Gainesville's greatest needs, and it is Capt. J. A. King, of Orange leiglhts, went of the school debt.
encouraging to know that some of the candidate for member of the school J.- KIa.,sy.
city's wealthleet and most Hberal eitifanu board, was among the prominent vitors -
and business psen, together with all of to the city Tuesday. County Suporlnt"indnt,
the physicians of the city are tartilly in Rev. and Mrs. M. A. lonta and chil. I hereby announce myself a candidate
fofavor of the move. chl r the office of auDperiatedent of Pub*
favorofth move. t city dren left Wednesday for Key West, lic Instruction o0d" eoty, Seblab
A prominent physician of this city said where Mr. Clontas accepted a eall toto the Denocratt and e
to thle Star man yesterday that he believed he ptor.f ot he apts churc lup rt of Die o i tM. ief l-,
a hospital could very soos be mase self- I w i usa every q thoto
suataJning brd. Th handsome new resteehce of 11. update the county and = ub-difft e4t
very oe who has been p hd on McDonald. will oon be ready for Ccu. debts. My policy will be good schools,
Eeplaeted it wil be a good terms o teachers-..and onsm
the subject b. hertily in ravor of toath n- Plcy. Whan W ompletd it wnli be a nse teci of resdigwritng
dertaking, and it is mor than probable thiIg or hnty std a joy for a long lime. ng d n!aItst, avwi tnagtaht
that a meeting of citienia will soo be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ettel have teturu- evefy grade h s I Mblil sebll sstem
called by the mayor, sad tihat l m& a fre Ashevllle, I. C., where ,th of this Stam4s n of stMit ad er(
ment will take on a store formal seape. wOetAona brtef bidal tour, and are re, te N l work, a e dVineed of
re thei importance of maore earlst teaching
c lvnig the congratulations of man.y Ithe olem ntary stud.
Mr. Oute'ta Oplo. "ntefriends. ry- o. M.s Lvuci,
Mr. W. R. Oallett, of J aksoville. J. K. Feuter, Rqchelle; R. W. HSmiali, County Jud M
representing Cham. 8. Ialth & Co, mlarp Ha4gu; N.J. Walton. Wacaholas; D. W I hereby iaSwa u yself sa el4andl
buyers and esporters at lumber of New Holder, Naeberry, And W. R, Jone, dte before the Densocratic primary of
Vork, was i the citro n busimasm Welfs Caipeille, were visitors to the city Alachn sounte for reelectleou totheml
day. Mr. Gullett Is aan nthdatie sup- Wednesday. ce of County judge. H leaving taIthfptly
porter of Stocktobs m and arrt. liyle ays ie you eda O Gddings' .larGrnwerf. o cil duties n Ile t,.n-t. Itle, mi?
Barra will beat any comltorfour loose .Otherm bhav tried it and suMnootuei It hoam atocontin updohemy aitthehrlen" i
in Dluval county, eanl bhe fms lure that goed. For ae at '-. U. ddlonge' Dlgif e elected, and wilileI-ra g.u,-0 n ia
Barrs will be a i-mated in thai prma cl0nsi. Al Btehs, a .a lrs01 .e Drug the smppoit of til, JiePac-ru i t-l.nnr-. .
mary, and If tok tmdoes-ea sot secede, teThephen, g t. prln theco y. ndii asa*
in use first, be will have a big majority l phlead to mae bis able to beat le. oiske Tax AssS or.
the second prtilery. "Thaime pho s a The doco bee ss bu unwell au4 Iasmcdally sn sel 10
really democrat" s M said s. ullUet, g o is .rgoom t.i sore. I ms cnld tide for se thi of V .AX
6 whlereve K gr, (andSL I tasel spillsla naw agela. l e
good 4alW) a eso ae for e*eta t
and aBerse, a4nd be*t WrewAed ad S wi s dsl
are gapifng gueas4" *u ape pelt.
un.kO. I, lfw.ar ., -iqk.,-i J.hiTl f
nThe t n1 1 1d n bowf n +, i n fis gn at md o aMae lt a
part of the cnasty, at have. Wttaewsi t (M t awe caxsthnductor as the Rk .
eteswas hs qhlpta tqt aarhM-rn'p.ee s 'a xaaee aa ft l; -- -
ltowing "a ifte" jskyvgsq'$Aqp th -s
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5inEF SKETCH iMs i--w l J c oiaL i a n .
raTa st MeI.Jthe loEi o ine frot TAKE VOU.t CHOICE. P Try l'aann's marketkt for hest meats. PO.itiee6 Gnneun c unlts.
AE of the t d"ul.atlio;al .s.ttu of tinjs couMntry I'S.. E| E L C iCandidates Now Before the Democratic t. V Ci'has" visited Jacksoville yet-. -
F W N SHEAT1 'nufl ihe orke, wit, Nap1,leonic eerg oter terdy HAFmouFncaenta utsde e ove head, a nte
U W N IAT for its 1h11 1io1. The vte was v- erE F or I t'llill tSlil- seeao: vMsi. l tle chVt each -an ev iue o e TWICK-A-
I W E T close, hut Article mi wbas adoplel by 311 K H R E F J N C. Stockton of Dunval V'.ednesdil froum Oralit WKiKcK STARt tIow until the cam-
Sbare n.ajort and uent to he people for --- W. S.Jennings of Hetirnano. Col W. S. tone transactl lils ln is over for $ for eaci announce-
AFew RemIflCences lyOne o ratification Alacahua county never wit- d J "i P. Taliaferrolof [i'al ., iackvillc thi nt-c. in Jac vilk. opy for each announcement. Announce.
y one.sed a iore tempestuous campaign d News Reached the City This Wilkinson Call of D al. J sll t in til y Wvlnes. en at this price must not contain
S HiS Old Friends. thn he one which followed on te rat- Mornin Por Representative in Cogrn-as first Con-, ,lny frm,,a.i lihomnie itI liae. lo tan th NS, Inc dina
]ification of tile constitution Mr. Sheat ing. ressional Iy trict: i, i vee f in,,lC i,. nd signature.
was on every stump and everywhere met --a- Stephen l. Sparkutiin of Ilill.irn. Anliuste ane ill, Il-u us. 1ite .
RIGHT FUTURE FOR HI & L BUPte"hOn|.ne' l.t ... ,. ,;,l ...... t*.
A RIGHT FUTURE FOR Il opposition. On one ccason thefends BRIDE OF BUT FEW WEEKS ieoet McN.ee of illsro at a ss t aCaks ole tC out.y
amd enemies to ratification anet in the IWSecondl.Coiuressiuiual Di-ttict
western part of the county in theprees- ---- M. larra of Itnval. sir. und lurs u ,a .\. in i .rt ,- i e ha ,'cten the .ath of May for holding
This S'ketch to Be Concluded tica d its 1 No Cause for the Act is Known hraenk Clahrk of Col u usia. M n I t ea tine t he o My f tor n
In Tuesday's Star--Writ- feeling ran so high that pistols, knives -Was Formerly Miss J. E. Alexatiiler of Volusia. Calit. H C. Parker, a npromini t ctir ani Clhrk of tIne .irentt C'ourt of Alachua
ten By W. i andC1 cluins weredrawn and a bloody battle Ruby Steenburg \'. P. Vaton of Orange. of LatCroase, was inn the city vednesdlay. unt tine spalrl of any friends to secure
seemed imminent. -Just at this juncture, Thirda Congressional i)ittrict: Cupt. A W\. G Torbeit, of Arredlouido, nv Irlctioni f elected, I promise to
I(;OtTiIUTIu.;Il. was heard the clarion voice of Mr. Sheate, Just as we wree preparing togo to pre-s William 11. I.anar of Jeffersoni. w.as trainsaactinig business here yesterday. perforai the lutis of lthe office faithfully
Editor Gainesville Star: who had sudltenly retutnied to the plat- with the -tar this. morning. at 9 o'clock, I-or Governor: Iradnk At nlt r, a representative citizen *hIorounhy th tihum e ats re. Thay
-te writer is not. a prophet nor tl.e form, conamnding order. Ilia voice was news reached us of the sad dentin of Mrs Napoleon II. Iroward of )uvnl of !uh Slrings, was in the city yester, have a lreay tlen hirneaIl ly experience,
son of a prophet, but this morning lihe ine'voice of asn eagle, his bearing was the- J. J. Koegel, tee Miss Ruby Steenburg, Dautinette IH. Mays of Jeffeison. inV. and I tnrul that nit Ieuoratke votre
madi the alatetuent that future historians bearing of an autocrat lie begged noh- aat her h6tmue out at- the English colony. C. M. lrown of Marion. Attorney It .. Tha'tiher has returned sele ty on.
will place. the name of WVi N. Sheats lugg;- he comninaitied thegreat audiienceof Mr. C. -i DeLand antme hurriedly into Roalet vt'. Dlavis of l'ntnau. from a trip inn the westlerin aart of the Re4pectfully,
amongst the greatest of Florida's great sa'ti"kil woieh t nand abusive mnen to be town about 9 o'clock, and brought tihe For Stecretary or State: county .MU- L H. WIB..u.S.
men;; and, this eveniiag, we wish to give still and it was still. In a voice now stb- sald news. It seems that Mrs. Koegel Jnuies E. Ilroomne of GaCdsden. lion. 11. M Cols deltr i I* -.' _-. -
a few reasons for the faith that is In us. dued he said: I claini the right to close had looked after her hsonelol duties I. Clay Crawford of Wakutlla. .u.. It. SI idn leid ai1 tI tr su i mwea u la- Clerk a Ci uit C urt,
-. er.mit us to remark inu the outset, by- this ineetugK Let us pray.-" n a m.ai ti preparing of breakfast, etc., stand no B. F. Kirk of llernando. alaty .at tbusins trip ta lPcury. in I lTar l'elow lbenocrats oAlachua coiuty:
awy of parenthesis, that Robt. E. Lee aient every head was bowed, 'while the one knew that anything was wrongg witl lor CompLtoller. county. lerkeoy thanu rcit ourtjrsllachda
-Was! called Uncle Bob, Afars Robert. byv youig Czar le in a prayer to God for the her. Mr, A. Steenburg, her father, Alonzo C Croon of Hernando. ion1. T. A. iTke, imenner of the school county, enhject to your action III tine
i lea oldlers and these and other sitminlar btlesings of peace and brotherly love. was out at her home, and she was to cose F'or Treasurer: board from Santa Fe, was in thte city )emnocraltc I'rinary. I solicit the sufr
appellations only added lustre to the That audience dispersed as audiences into Gainesville with him, but to him and W. V. Knott of Lake. Tuesday.- ofl l)cniocra,nndiflielecte
name of the greatest of Southern heroes. usually go hone from church services. her husband'a great horror, shortly Ihe- For Attorney-Geineral: Prof T 1'. Ma nard, a prominent bui- ofI e to the very het of Iny ability
Just so time will demonstrate that the L Top be concluded Tuesday.] fore they were to leave lor the city, Mr. Williami H. tllins of Cadsdten. ties man of Alachun, was in thle city Respectfuly,
Stanf*i, Mara Billie, Uncle William, Czar Steenburg west into the house (probably Alfred St. Clair Abrams of Lakei yestenray. J. MAXKV Diu.i..
and- Uncle Wilflam Napoleon, siMtply A TRIP IN THE COUNTRY, attracted by the sound of the pistol shot) Superintendent of Public Instruction: Justice J. Watt Smnnith, of Micanop, Sheriff. -
added glory to thie name whici-some day -- and found her dead, bathed in her own W. M. Holloway of Ainchua. was aunong Tuesdayms husines iiitors To thle Voters of Alachua fouut> :
all Florida will delight to honor. Mr. Sttinglfelow's Large Fine Farm .blood, with evidences of having been W. N. Sheats of Alachus. to the city. hereby announce mylf a candidate
Notice him as a lad, digging out of the Near Town. shot in the mouth or Counulssiouer of Agricuilture: .I. I. iarrell of York, Marlon untll, f n the office of Slern, subject to the
ground the means with which to complete -The editor of the Star accepted an in- The deceased whs the only chill of B.R. McLin of Lake. was a business transactor in the city actif cle I prnltie tnocr dscprhar the
his education. See him when he first vitatiouo Wednesday afternoon to ride out Mr. and Mrs. A. 0; Steenbung of North For Adjutant-General: 'ednesdlay. duties of the -alce to the very bet of nu j
-teitf college and tile boys attempt to with Mr. J. D Stringfellow, to one of his' Gainesville, and had been raised in J. Clifford R. Poster of St. Johns. ability, and I solicit the support of al
bashis si. -He did not go there for that lArge fannrms in the country, a few miles this -city, and was a very popular Allen Thomas of Hillsboro. Capt. S. C. Tucker of Jaclkonmvilyl, voters at lhe pol.
purpose. "Joys, select the best anfn In. west of the city.- young lady. She was married only a por Justice of Supreme Court: is pending a few days with his family RCapecLfullt
the crowd, and I'll wi e the face of the 'ie farm is the old Stringfellow hone- few weeks ago to Mr. J. J. Koegel, ani J. Johnson of Suwannee. in this city AGK.
earth up with himhn. and then I want the -stead -where Mr: Stringlellow was born only a few days after the marriage her R Penwick Taylor of Alachla. J-. Whetson and Henry Nibinek, of Sheriff.
balance Of you to let me alone. They and raised nd is oe of the largest td ltmother, Mrs.. Steenburg, to whonu sihe J. II Whitfiehll of leone Mikevillle, were business visitors to the To the )Democratic Voters of Alachua
took him at his word, selected the bully -Lest farinss in Alachiiaconuty. More than was very imucli attached, died very sud- For State Chemnist: city Tuesalay. County:
of the campus, and young Sheats was as a. hundreQd acres of new land have just denly, and it was probably grieving on R. I'. Rose of Osceola. Mrs. J. B. Duke, anl estimable lady of I embrace this tnethod ol ex reading
good. as.his word, ad was ever alter- b-en tadkeut in, and a being cultivated account of her mother's death that Iliglih prinngs, wan shopping in Gamuiea- denwarnyest pr l eciatiote for te connd
wards honored and respected by his this year. caused her to commit the rash act. SPEAKINIr AT NEWBERRY. ville yesterday. continuously from that date to thiy, anl
.na te, Mark hini as. he toils through Out in that splendid fartnisg section It is not now known what the funeral flon. J. A. RKoaoroungh, candidate for sincerely trust that your confidence has
th a tght with great odds against him, Mr. Stringfellow has- several thousand arrangements will be, but the body will Candidates Invaded That Town Last tne Legitlataure was in the city Tnuesdaay tIne bere bestryod I havebltydovored o
-fioDy becoming an honor graduate of acre i of land, three splendid farms, and: probably Ib brought to the city this after- Tuesday. from hia louse at Windcisor. duty, eregreat of I eose dons
Emory College, and predict his future. -several hundred acres of, fine pine and noon The Legislative anl (iougressional casn- T. R Pickett, Newhetry; J. W. Car- quences to myself. ow well I have sun-
Virgil" contains some of the grande t hard wlod-tino-er lands. The grief-stricken husband, father and didaates were at Newberry Tuesday, anad Micanopy and Ira Carter of Judceeed I leave to you to judge. I have
a.entimeonte that ever etnatatid froon the We drove all over the oli JIore fatni, other relatives, have the sincere syrnpa. Judging by what we bear from some io, ter, in th cys, J. been encouraged to believe that my ei-.
human brain, and the noblest linen ltit saw large squads of hands at work.:- thy of our people in this hour of very sore spectators who were there the occasion son, were n he cy yesterday fort have received the approval of the
great book is this: Having. known mai- pl.iuting, plowipg, hoeing, etc. There bereavement. was an nterestilg one. Jno. V. Denton, who has been spend peafy.l rawllovIag citimn a of our
fortune myself, can pity it in. others.' are huInr,ld outg Sheats must have been full of/this o pes, velvet beans, oas, etc., 'and a- CITY ELECTION fore noon. They were well received by hisa hoe at Micanopy yesterday. Sheriff and will appreciate your support,
.sentiment when .one day., just after e- large acreage is sooi to be planted in .the voters, and some of them snale good' Mr. and Mrs. W. iB. Illis of Cedar Key anid promise, if reeected, to reumae y
sentimeuntwhlifets wonedayljustsafterf-cut-largeNamreagisoodatiesunfetteretohepntatediin
teritk upon his life work of. teaching, he corn. i htereage in o its is very large; it Passed Off Tue.day-Names of in pressions have been guests of relatives and friendly eta poor idowin the neigboroo, the oatsaTh j good cust gitinitizeigto head ut les of Newbery in thi city evral dys this week. future, a in the past, to do my duty the
who said that she was not able to sen I and are ier fine. Mntiy large stacks of The regular annual city election was prepared a bountiful dinner for te occe Dr. B. well and brother, Lute best I know how. Proing if elected
her, four children to schco! and p;,y -finte li.a stand unuttsie it the field aid to behi li this city Tuelday, andl was one of it iu and candidates ly. voters e oye flowell, two prominent citizens of New- efeatedot to bea candidate for th
the tutiof changes. Young Sheats rv- see then, ..nd the immense oat crop lth quitest ever held here. in the a noon the Cotress a can- Iserry, were in h.a city yesterday on ce P
quested her to send them to school at which will noonn- be nhiatured, one would The candidates wh6se iiameR were on latest spoke. All five of t conclidaes Iiines. 'l
once, and that no charge would be made. naturally conclude that, notwithstanding tite oftlcial ballot ati the votes receive ad wee eses k am All ve ctheonidair C. J W. I'tton returned a few ays I will l ca for the ofice of
Some of the patrons objected, claiming tine fact that a large nnnimbrof hores, areas follows: .spectul hearing by te a led citi ago ro liathorn, where he went to Sheriff, and respectfully elicit th a u
that their children, for whom the cash and mules are used on the farms, Mr. For Mayor: s. It was evident hat each ca: ate do some surveying for parties in that port of the voter of this county in te
-was paid, should have a monopoly of thte stringfelloW will have but little fced w. WR. Toas- .- hhad some following" there', but otharernnkia splendid own voters prmarY. Again ethann t
intructor's time. -The-young professor stuffs to buy. For Marshal: win werpesn fo n 9nct ys u ty a pMajor Jno. W. Iench and irof M 1.or 1 ma in as e ersna,
inforVted them. that the school was being -Mr. Striiigfellow is one of tie largest Chas. 2 tt1kbsnn... ... e 223 that I lo ra a r Tilln candidates r Lhe K ture,
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1.-h. ereb t-
in theout the slhtesttunk4$
action of the a f o

"entatve in tho nextG eneral
soliciupport the suppoif I am right, uS '
whe I g especWrong.C111 Maywe ti
many law already. Gro e -
To the Voters oAlacnas Commhtyy I
were all good without the but many a

befor thowpe who did not voatute book. I
lathe primary an d a wiUat f tih of n
for thoJe who did. I galns offer T
hondr a candidateon ase of epreMative

from Alativehua counin theyInh next General i,is
Support me if I am right, auppeat ae n r ,
long as I stay right and leaye l
whieum I go wrong. lname may we hav
many laws already. Granted-If t >
were all good one, but many are uel
aoI absolutely pernicious and S
Democrat I will abide by the ss of
the rimarto. With good will toward
mew has do m your tmrulo

A.JOHN W. TUI4a. ,

I hnetLegislature.subett
tolicited by many friends, I announce
from Machus county ti the next Legiala- -
ture, subject to the Democratic piar r
If elected the people of aAlcha
taken care of in our next LeItbM. .

d I shall specially e eflly,
dance for the enactment f ad solt your.a
the primary. to that now force truly,
which has done Ao muach to sai
labor problem In that State. a a.

egr oflature.gstr on.
I ream ay announe nrmyself ah ofSadMur.

vforf Regpresentative from Alacbhua co euty,
in the neat Le calature. subject to a
action of the eocratic prmary, I F
elected I promise to serve a people 9
faithfully as I can and I solicit the sup-
port of ty fellow Lenoersta at the pol .i

ad reef Re spe c tfuully buppo
Democratic voters of AlachTua con ty '
I respectfully announce myself a candi 3
date for the LegIslature and solicit your
support. will abide te action of
the primary. o ooJ. A R.,, ts
D. A RoOMOVgon.
Supervisor of Rfleglstrtlen.
Tothe Democratic Voterf of Alachi a Co.,
I am a candidate for the office of Super
thelaor of RgCountylo of Alaebua county

o, and repeculy solicit the support Cof
Democratic fnvotends at the prinrgthe #i p.
north Thanking you ll advaon election day.ou
support, I ama' Raspectfuslly 4
D. A, RoaCouny oo .f;
Membper ohoe l 9e e 4. [4
The friends of J. A. King heeby au-s
nounce him a candidate for smemd ber t

the Alacha County CoSchmoner from trod No,
D4 trict tNo a, subject to tly e action ot
the teocratic nrhary to be teld May
, and they socit the support a
Denp cratic voters both during thecam

CountGoy Conmlslen :.r.,
I hereby announce my euMddacy ei
Coate fComanissoner frosm Distrtet No.
D4atrct to the primary, le d as olluit t
support of the Democratic voters ci. I- ,.

lairdctil and hnganecot miyldM and l
he office if elected. .
SA. A. MC .
County CemmleellmorP.
At the earnest solicitatlon aget

Id ad honestly 4i san the
tlets office to tne at 'I -
bilby. Rseatfui
*. ap.

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ae Frightful Loss Among,
V, usslans In Manchuria.


e oSld to Be Killing Soldlers
Sby the Soore in H.rblin-Foroee
Arrive In Terribly EImaoiated .

S"'t, Petersburg special sayb: The
4p"snese are not the only enemies the
linsians have to fight .They hav .
|lMel and typhoid fever to conten4
ibth, as well as the armite of Jepan,
devicess resolved' tA dtA rbin state
-that the two diusa4 tnsined are epi-
Sdailc there aa4 ,that hundreds .of
troops- have be-s stricken, :
She sew levels are the greatest sut-
we... Tiheio mn reach Harbin af,'
A. tve-tdUsthd d-mlle-. journey. In 4
ly aemoiated condition and fall
.vietblim to cholera and typhoid4.
]Hdadrede of the troops who are
#A l t' Harbin from Ruropean
.r snufftrlng from frost-bltten
fee t Ad hands. It is no uncom-
Wth.li to meet soldiers on the
Laet'or Harb:n whose noses hare
P0ed ff as a result of frost bite.
tehe la era imd .' tyitaid,
raging, rinds arkra' in
g 0e strength has been sap-
*,ettlahis they had to undergo
1,i't t ny to Harbin.
-Hqvwermoq Fearful Ravasgee.
Mrll rlity, according to advices
4Aed oI St. Petersburg, Is very
tL adlt a eand to be Increasing
V r.ti.'re Tregiments are reported
.ar service.
i 6 ltary authorlt:es express
..roneern, Over the .reports from
i .a They fear that Sunalesl ihe
qa o s toked It *111 render the
:* Mliali unable to meet the
ed" In the field.
11ti tuse of the epidemic Iseascrlb-
'the filthy conditions which exist
Sarbin. The streets are full of
-,and refuse, A.nd the soldiers have
',e* the water of the Sungari river,
%ih lt as foul as any sewer'.
0.rb:1 i0 the Russian base In Man-
... n'm Harbin all, troops arrtv-
.340.the front are distributed. Tnus
pftlrent t&it an epidemlo of chol-
9 Ilarbin threatens the entire Ru&-
No Consuls to Manohuria.
A'. Rsehagton special says: The
Sl4epartmnent has decided to find
'tcry employment for the persons
tr 'appointed to consular ofcea
ianeaohu(1 a and wil make-no effort
them at their designated posts
4a tb issue of the war between
a1 Ma itapi&n. Mr. Cbabshre, who
;naally United Btates consul
Re., will be attached to the
1a tes legation at Pekin. Mr.
wbo as named as consul
'-Cj.on the Yalu river, will be
-i^ ".t to N uchwang to ere
at to Mr. Miller, the consul
p1t int.
4wIn Morgan, who was to have
See consul to Dalny, will be sent to
.'lAnghai as assistant consul.


SAiendOng Company Hands Georgia
treasurer Cheok for *82,e.$.
f."'.The Amerloan Bonding Company,
.ufbtaigh' Its attorney In Atlanta, paid
MTraettr Park $23,885 Friday, the
u.Olat due the state because of the
lf.itge of Cashler 0. IH. Troutman,
th bank at Milledgeville, Ga. Trout-
t recently committed suicide be-
6s0e of the shortage. He was treas-
of the state sanitarium and had
speculating with the state'a

Rp bonding company whIch Wan XA
-, .d made an Investigation of the
pad as soon as the exact amount
4! ('lerepancy was discovered ten-
the k to the state. The
.il,1ag accepted, and the state re-
^ ,e company from any further


e The Teme Applied to Mingling of
j =ac at Public Bathing Resorts.
ulS' aallngi of scxes at public
plti BlBes has been declared by
i[ q mlaelAb ,of iae W. c. T. U. ni ,
ll .Jaersly to be "tIle," revolting'I

e' terms were applied during a

*tof the subjet lan- thbe re.
e-imnutJol at Newark. 'Reol'.-
Oe' adopted expressing horror,
,'ltuatlon and t las proposed
backersrs of the movement tb
to a crusade agalna ithe prac-
lade resort. 1

$. If. Y.. democratic or-
,itebi a hot fight has
i tt o b e ques-

[ a i ..4"" A'
*AVeiS, ,V 6tto -

it of Habease

IA. ': .

Ing the ohabuq building. Only one arc-
tion has worblpIed In' the church for
several months pgAt, and Sundqay latl
the other taotloa posted a notlce on
the doors wsaraig every one away,
oiartling that. the present trustee
were Illegallr elected.'


Instruet Delegat' fr Ro aevit and'
Ifteraeke4 Reeiaeol"n Against Die-
enohlefAtnt Aimerd st South.

STo New York state republican dele-
rste 'ateintion met ln Carnegie hall
vhkrttjp aftrnoon Tuesday ad after
t" uaal preliminarile reoe .f
4 0~oloe. The seesslo WlM.,4,p(4 of
contests, The ppeWlb l ou iistor
DeGew, the t M i a, evek-
ed cojdeorabtl. i "'pecially
when h1e m. eatAlnty of
Roosevel o-4' election.
But ,"', Ide of the bx.
p9e0 an''sd ad that wam
the Wrner Miller of
t(h e loa demanding an In-
aff .W-.Ceo congress of the alleged
a | lnmOuet of negro voters In
t tHera states. It was the same
reoilts t on that tie Pennsylvania sena-
tor Introduced at the republican nA-
tional convention Its Philadelphia four
years ago. It reads as follows:
"The permanency of S republican
governtnent is based on a pui' and
free a11lot. We are opposed to ether
ftt corruption by money or Itsliitlta-
tion by depriving any. oltigen o ,f the
United States anywhere of the right
to deposit his vote, except' for causes
permitted bY the'constktution To this
end we demand the protection and per.
manenoy of all clvil aid political
rights of our ciiUses without discr:m'-
nat0oaLsI to rsac or color. We ask
oopNgrli to make inquiry whether any
thintt has limited tor any cause the
elective franchise, and If so limited.
that the number of its representatives
in congress be limited In proportion t3
the number of voters in the diafras-
shised part of the fourteenth amend-
ment, also that the fifteenth amend-
ment is In no way violated Indirectly
or by pubterfuge."
Without- debate It was referred to
the committee on resolutions, which at
Its session during the recess declined
to Ineorppratn the n the platform, which
contained a clause covering the sub.
The platform reaffirms the devotion
of the republicans of New York to and
confidence ln -the principles of tbe
party. jn an Indorasment of President
Roosevelt. the pltfornm 'saay- ---
"We comheno d Theodore Roose eplt
for the faileassness and gopd JudgJN1h
with which he entered upon the solu-
tion of problems of alooal economy apd
government. We recognize the rare ca-
pacity he has exhibited In vneetipg all
the requirements of his great otfce.
We realism that his official acts has
Jtstlfied the public confidence which is
tl. fundamental factor of his popular-
11 y
"Accordingly we Indorse the admin,
latratloo of Theodore Roosevelt. Be-
lieving In his loyalty to the principles
o" the republican party, relying on his
devotion to the Interests of American
citizens and- confiding -in his wisdom,
bik courage. and his stateamanshlp, we
theeby direct that the delegates this
day chosen use all honorable means t*
bring about his nomination for pres-
ident at the national convention to be
held in June."
The president's action touching the
Panama canal Is endorsed and the
principle of a protective tariff is tip-
held while the freedom of the ballot
without discrimination as to race or
color Is demanded.
Delegates at large were named as
follows: Thomas C. Platt. alternate J.
Bloat Fasaett; Senator C. M. Depew,
alternate Louis Stern; Governor B. B.
Odell; Jr., alternate irastus C. Knighe;
rankk S. Black, alternate H.C. Brews-


Negro Question Comes to the Front
SAgain In House of Repressntatlvee.
A Washington dispatch says: The
negro question came to the front in
the house again Tuesday, a long ad-
dreern being made by Mr. Scott, of.Ken-
.as, in referefice to previous state-
toonta by -him that Mr. Cleveland
whoe preldeunt entertainled a. Ke nsas
negro politician named Taylor.
Mr. Scott read Several extracts from
letters he had received- from persons
in Kansas end elsewhere which, he
said, would make -It clear that the
'statement tnade by him was nat a, fab-


Ts-et,.. Swear Out Warrants for Kid-
ers end Lay Members.
The famous factional fight In the
Christian obureh of Huntivllle, Ala..
,came out afresh again- Sunday. As t,
rtsblt two el4ers and three uenhbers
I of the chu-rch were placed under ar-
rest fOr wilfully defacing and Injur-

great retrograde movement ie in prog-
reas all along the Russlan line. It is
even stated that the Russlani will not
attempt to hold Niuchwang, If It la se-
riously threatened by the Japanese.
The Russian plan of campaign, view-
ed in the light of this retrograde move-
ment, seems to have for its object the
drawing of the 'Japanese forces far
Into Manchuria, where no assistant '
could be expected from the fleot.
Then the Russians hope to concen-
irate, Call upon the Japanese In over-
whelmliig force and crush them. In
fact, the Russian general officers seem
to be adopting the tactics wh:ch
proved so fatal tol Napoleon when he.
invaded Russia.
Chinese refugees from Manchuria
tell stor:se of great hardships being
enduring by the Russian army.
There is lack of clothing, food and
equipment of almost every kind. Hun-
dreds of the soliders are sick, and the
hospital arrangements are so detective
that many of the sick are dying for
want of proper nursing.
'The Japanese" are reported to be
rapidly advancing from the Yalu river,
which they crossed several days ago.
_Thue-Russians are making no attempt
to resist, alsimply falling back as the
Japanese come on. if the Russians
persl4t in their retrograde tactics it
difficult for the, Japanese to
fuWl general engagement.
GeoraI Kuropatkin's visit to New
Chwang has lnsp red boundless eonfi-
dence. The government has ordered
1,000 reserves to reinforce this posi-
tion, while an additional lbree of 15,-
000 men is ready to concentrate upon
this place at short notice It necessary.
It Is estimated now that there are
S400,000 Russian roops In dManchuria.
General Wojack has taken over the
command at New Chwang from Gen-
eral Kondratvitch. The preparations
for the defense of the town are conat.


Grandmother of the present Spanish
Ruler Passes Away In Parise.
Ex-Queen IsabeUa, of Spain, grand-
mother of King Alfonso, died In Paris,.
France, Saturday morning.
The queen had been afflicted with
grip for two months, which gradually
affected her lungs. Friday night she
became unconscious, and the death
agony came at 7 o'clock Sunday morn-
The deceased queen had been one of
the conspicuous figures of Paris since
she left Spain. After her abdication ia
1870, she continued to live with queen-
ly magnificence in the French capital,
giving largely to charity.
'In September, 1868, a revolution
broke 6ut in Spain, which ended In the
formation of a republican provisional
government and the flight of Isabella
to France. In 1870 she abdicated in.
favor of her jon. Alfonso XII (father
of the present king) who succeeded to
the throne In 1875.

Mexico Sells Treasury Notes.
The Mexican government has sold
to Speyer -& Co., -of New York, $6,000,-
P00 of two-year 4 1-2 per 'cent treasury
potes of the national government. A
considerable part of this lot was takeip
by the Deutsche bank of Berlin.


Te Hold Annual Meeting In Dublin.
Splendid Program Arranged.
County school superintendents all
over Georgia will be interested in the
program of the annual meeting of the
county school officials of the state,
which Is to be held In Dublin on May 8.
4 and 5.
This program .has just behn perfect.
ed and given out by the state school
commislloner. The varlouj subjects
and the list of those who will daceus-
them sla enough to prove that the meet-
ing will be of great value to those In
terested In this line of work.


Alten"e, of Spain, Says No Attempt Majority of Delegates Fevering Judge
WIP Made to Kill Him, la Praetieally Conceded.
KIlag AlfeA of Spaan received a According to latest advices, every
teeltM b PrMd'dent 1DWa, of Me poll which has been made of the des-
d1. oagMulating him on Is, escaaeL gates who have been ehoesn sand
f a A temipton his lita at Stro-. those yet to be choeea to the New
ta. o--: r-i ok state eomventlol shows that asp
e g repied, assuring the pre- pr-rimately two-third-e-me polled
t that lid- r po that lhe eO W-Srow alt 6ves l*ger ap ebWet-"WI p
wa* '8att h ilt on his M W ,Pmm a PMratMer men. This a p r
,,tton -af S ti epe4ed en all alsides.

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V1414 and Wave ?Vhretqn CalimIty
Wonsg the FISMtsslsefp l-Siua
-,--rand Ussw SthrMQ fe Rg;

MAO 5~tho .WI"1p~ppi rlvegat Mom-


Seems to Be Plan- of Russian'
Officers In Manohrdla.


Hope to Draw MIkado'e a Pers wtar
from Tiher asei and Then 0Gen
eentrate for Attaek In pver'
whaelming Numbemse.

The trend of advices received ft
Shanghai, China, Indicates that the
Russians -do not Intend. to offer battle
to the Japanese. everything ,sems to
indicate that the czar's forces are stem~
daily faWllng back as the Japanese ad-
.vance Into Manchuria. Chinese coming
from southern Manchuria report that a

Representative Clayton Files Favora-
bi Committee Report in House.
A Washington special says: A re-
port favoring the passage of the Hep-
burn and Dolliver bill granting the
state's police power over original pack
ages of liquor shipped within their bor
ders as interstate commerce was filed
in the house Friday by Representative
Clayton, of Alabama. The report
"There has arson considerable mis-
apprehension as to the meaning and
purpose of the proposed legislation. It
has been spid by some to be a prohi-
oit!*o measure and by ot-iers to be
an attempt to deprive the Individual
citisen of the right to have beer, wine
and other liquors shipped to him from
another state for his own use and en-
joyment. Nc:ther of the abserLons ;s
true. as (we think) has been demon-
"'his bill is not Intended to pro-
hibit the sale and use of beer, wine or
other Intoxicating liquors which have
been uniformly held by the United
States to be legitimate articles of com-
merce, nor ls the measure designed to
abridge the right of a citizen of one
state. to import from another state
such beverages as he may desire for
hia own ause, as before saying. Tho
purpose of ths proposition law and-Its
sole purpose ls to allow each state to
carry out Its own domestic or Internal
policy In regard to the control of in.
toxicating beverages within the bound-
arles of the state.
"The sole ORect 'will be to permit
the state.. If It so wills. to elpounuscribe
the a=le of Intoxicating beverages
within Ias boundaries to the full extent
that it may desire to restra n such I
traffic or to regulate the sale of the
same through the medium of its own
laws, Including local option laws, high
locense laws or dispensary laws."


rx-'Cblnet Member Engaged to Reu
resent Northern SeeurltW* Company.~
Announcement has been made of the .
Igmagement of llbhu Root to represent
the Northern SecurlUes Company in
It fight to prevent N. H. Harrtman
from obtaining control of the Northern
PelFdo railtdad as the result of a dia-
tribitha of the Northorna ieuritles


PlFpd for Ma ., lo the Criminal Court

. JuafUee Pfritaaiai. of hue crtmiial
frt o Woslaston, has Aed way I
06%5 'ate o the trial tfer Former
Aterae" 04WIt 14.rI fe
Law Ckle*gsrrlsea. .
StheI p"temes S't*,

phi. rgistefed T1.8 feet. a rise ofq 4.
feet IK tree days. lus, stage la 4
PiGs a6 "e the di r t'n, and pros-
easte now point 40I feet, or possibly
b her water.
me 'etaI 'Isvupon the I.eabb contin-
ast to increase with tbe. inreasing
hbelight of the fobd agalast which an
uanoesatg watch must be maintained
n:gbt and ~a .
Oaptala Luea as nd CbLef iginoer
Pharr xprease.A frm convictions that
tbe levees with qarefu Watohing will
stand the ordeal. Active measures,
however, are being taken to guard
-agalnst eqvey approach of the water.
A niuiber of streets in North Mem-
phis have been overflowed with back-
waper from Bayou Gayoso, -delaying
traffic to some extent, but no damage
has occurred. Railroads have expe-
rienced no interruption whatever, and
it will take a 40-foot stage of water to
give them any serious trouble.
Notices have been given to steam-
]poat captains passing the exposed
levee In the vicinity of Luxora, Ark.,
to reduce speed or keep on the oppo-
site side of the river nl order to pro-
vedt damage to the levee from wave
wash. The water at this point Is high
upon the lsevee and te causing consid-
eaable alarm to the inhabitants of that
The love at Golden lake and Brafi-
ley Landing, Ark., are under a very
severe strain and forces are at work
toppvan and strengthonn thening them. The
water on the Arkansas side, opposite
Memphis covers the low landse to a
distance of from 1l to 30 miles.
*now Sterm In Oekbta.
A severe wind and snow storm pre-
vailed over North and South Dakota,
Thursday night and Friday,
and In some Instances railroad traffic
was blocked and telegraph service se-
riously hindered.
Pair Building Wreoked.
The high wind that prevailed in SLt
Louis Friday completely destroyed the
partially completed basar building In
the Japanese reservation In the
world's fair, not a timber being left
standing. None of tie workmen was
Injured. The work of reconstruction
was begun almost Immedlately. No
other buildings on. the grounds were
ilixaard In Nebraska.
Nebraska was swept by the worst
blissard of the year Friday and the
moat severe April storm known in
many years. A fine sheet of sleet and
snow was driven by a wind that at
times reached the proportions of ar
Minor damage was reported from
several towns. Cattle on the ranges
turned out for spring, grazing will suf-
fer, the temperature having fallen 20
degrees within twelve hours.


audience entitled "A Mad Year." at
the Metropolitan theatre.
The president was represented in
Rough Rider costume. Miss Alice.
with a decided American twang, excit-
eS much amusement, but the pol ce
Interfered and prevented the use nf
.the name of Roosevelt. The manage.
meant therefore substituted the names
of Mr and Miss Washington.


Former Polle, Chlef Devery, of New
* York. ue for Breach of Contract.
At New York, Tuesday, Former
Chief of Police Devery, through coun-
sel. fled formal demand on Police
Commisalsoner McAdoo for $36.000,
which he alleges is due h'm as dam-
ages for breach of contract on the
part, of the city. He sues the com-
MnIlsoner as trustee of the pole *'and..


J. W. Hawkine Killed In Street Pight
at awten,%Mahema.
J. W. Hawkinse who wa sheat ia a
street fght at LAwtoa, Ol.. ever wpl-
ltAeu on April 4th, y I 1 6T. u,
tor trly editor of The Lawutm
eat, d4ted Te da.y.
aM UOw ka w, -a autlyedf at tr


Comer Wins While Hobson
Loses by Narrow Margin,


Almost Complete Returns from Pr1-
mary Elestion Show Conclusively
How the Strenuous Con-
test Ended.

Alabama's primary election returns
werq all in Tuesday. night excepting
four or five counties and enough Is
known to show ttat Mr. Comer, for
railroad comminalsibner, has carried the
state by a decisive majority
The people seem to have retgistere'i
their determination to make it hot for
the railroad interests, and whether the
plan of state regulation of railroad
charges is proper, Just or proltable, a
long step toward bringing it about has
been taken in the nomination of Mr.
Comer. The other two members of
the board of railroad commissioners
will hold for two yeareA longer, hut Co-
mer's election hias demonstrated the
temper of the voters of the state.
Fortunes have been spent by candi-
dates and opposing interests in the
contest, the oe one tIn advertising hia vir.
tues, the other In scandal zing his op
ponent's record. The newspapers have
reaped a rich harvest., on.' ,aily having
earned more than $20,000 from publist-
In3 as advertising matter cammunicat-
od booms and attackio. The primary
mu nt have cost the average candidatee
ton limes as much as tt'o old system
would have cost. it requires more than.
$6,000 to send only one mimeographed
signed Iailer to. all of the regsterel
voters In Arabama. and both stlJes in
the railroad fight ar. aJo.bod to have
communicated with them several
There was a gretit olemceut f tuck
* Iu the selection of s'x supreme: court
Judges from among the elee'on gentle-
men who ran- and it Is difficult to find
anybody but a lawyer who can name
he men 'he voted for the bench. For-
tunately all of ihe state Jtmlc al aspi-
rants were worthy, but it night have
beon otherwise. Th rettirn. Indicate
the elorction of e'jw.l-ll, Tysci, -slaral-
son. Antleron. St.vre and Dn~orsn. the
three first nimed being members of
the present court.
The:- u was a hard contest in the
sixth distlrct for congress between
Ilubson and Biankhead and the eam-
paign at times was hot and furious.
Bankhead "' conceded to have won
out. Captain Hobson has added mes-
meric oratory tIn his world fnnous rec-
ord, however, and hlias shrwvn himself
to be a cwtmpalgner of very extraordi-
nary ability.
The nomination In the seventh dis-
trict was hotly contested between
Lusk and Burnett, azil much of a per-
sonal nature entered Into ihe cam-
paign. Burnett s the winner
fn the second district nBlb Graves
measured swords with A. A. Wiley,
fn the fifth dlstrl't there were six
candidates to fill the unexpired term e&
the late Congressman Thoupson and
also for the full tirn Ibig nnlng with
the next congress Hion. J Thromas
Heflin. present senretary of stlai. wan
the winner In this rare
In the eighth RFlleh.rdlson was elec:.-
ed without opposition In the flrnt.
third, fourth and ninth, now represent.
ed by Taylor. Claymn. Bowie and Un-
derwood respectively, there was no op-
Delegates were elected throughout
the state to a state convention which
will select the delegation to the na-
tional convention. The returns seem
to Indicate that an unlnstrncted dele-
gation will be sent, although the gen-
tlemen selected with likely have no
leaning to either Cleveland, Bryan or

Congress Nearing the Close.
April 28th has been discussed In
committee rooms and among senators
and representatives at Wash'ngton
as not at all an improbable date for
the termination of the present sea-
sion of congress.


Roosevelt and Daughter Alice Depleted
on Berlin Theatre Stage.
Stage representations of Presldent
Roosevelt and Miss Alice Roosevelt
were introduced to a Bern n, Germany.

cut out a" Important sub-station of he
Postal and destroyed three circuits
An appeal was made to the city au-
thorities, but found It was unsupported
by any ordinance.


Twenty Corporations to Close Twe
Days a Week for Indefinite Time.
Twenty of the corporations ina all
River, Msar.. engaged in the manufac-
ture of print cloths, eontrolinlg xtjry.
five mills, have entered Into as agree-
mef0t to curtail production by shat.
ling down two Ja.a a week. The oc-
tion Is due to settled ooad!tloa l t
*he cotton an eleth b arkesp.


r-klayers and Laborers In New Yerk
Out MItllin ane a itaif.
Bicklaye and laborea who re-
tred to their work In New Yoek.
Thursday after a strike ot fv weh'
*tasttRe are estumh~t to hvve

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General wood's Troope Pore" te 1play
Treacheroue Filipinos After
peaceful Overtureo Failed.

The following bulletin was poted
at the war department, Washlinto.,
lOene-al Wood reports that he Invit-
ed Sultan Taraca to meet him at Vic-
ars on March 31 for coniultsition and
that the sultan refused to come and
In stead made extensive hostile 'prepa-
rations. Marching columns from
Marshut and Vicars left on the 2d of
April to assemble the cavalry. The
Vicars' column was fired Into about
ten miles from Vicars and one enlisted
man was seriously wounded. The
Marshut column was strongly resisted
at the mouth of the Taraea river, al-
though every effort was made to ac-
complish a peaceful landing; two en-
listed men. were seriously wounded.
The combined forces assembled in the
valley on the 4th of April and a large
number of fortified cottas were de-
stroyed from April 4th to April 7th.
The troops then returned to their prop-
er stations.
Newcomb, Company K, Seventeenth
infantry, and Wampler, company D,
Twenty-third Infantry, were killed.
Every effort was made to bring the
Mores to terms peacefully, but In each
nalance our troops were attacked be-
fore firing a shot and force was only
used when all peaceful methods failed
and the enemy attacked us. The two
chiefs who have been at the bottom
of all the t.-ouble on the east side of
lhe Lifnao for two years are now in
hiding, and they will be arrested It
General Wade. to whom General
Wood's report was made and who
transmitted it to the department, adds
that the conditions In the Taraca val-
ley for the last three months had been
siueh as to render the above action
absolutely necessary.


Franklin Union's Labor War at Chi-
cago Results in Murders. .
Another name has' been added to
the deqth oll that has distinguished
the progress of the Franklin Union'o
labor war on the International Asso-
ciation of Pressmen at Chicago. Roy
Travis, an 18-year-old press feeder, be-
ing assaulted by Franklin Union pick.
ets, drew his revolver and fatally
wounded M chael Boland Monday.
The strike of the union has been
marked by one previous killing and
nearly 100 assaults. Scores of cases
Of Intimidation have been reported to
the police and nearly 800 arrests fol-
lowed. Fifteen Franklin union mem-
bers wqre Indicted by the December
grand jury.
Thb union, testimony showed, spent
nearly $40.000 on the strike and In ad-
dition, was twice fined $1,000 for v.o
lasting Injunctions. Its officials were
also fined and sent to Jail by'Judge
Holdom. Now Judge Kohlsaat. in the
federal court haa granted a sweeping
Injunction against the organization.


Frequent Sharp Fights Occur Between
Japs and Russians in Manchuria.
Au Associated Press dispatch o<
Monday from St. Petersburg says:
Dispatches received from the Far East
report constant skirmishing between
the Japanese forces which have croas
ed the Yalu and the Russian outposts.
The Russian pickets. In obedience
to Instructions, fall back when hard
pressed by the Japanese. Several of
these rklrmlshes have been hotly con-
tested. and there have been several
casualties on both sides.
It Is no part of the Rusrlan plan of
campaign to bring on a general en
gagement at present. The Cossack de-
tachments which form the advance
guard have been ordered to harass the
advancing Japanese In every way pos-
sible, but always to fall back when out-

Money .for RIvers and Harbors.
The house Monday passed the b'lo
reported by the committee on rivers
and harbors, appropriating $3000,000
. for the restoration or maintenance of
channels, or of other river and har bor


Western Union Telegraph People at
BSavannah Start a Merry Wsr.
Monday the Western -Union started
a crusade against the Postal Telegraph
Company in Savannah. Manager
Peebles, of the Western Union, took a
force of Tlinemen and cut dqwn the
wires from the Western Union poles
on which they had been strung. This

ed, and they were forced to Jump from
the' second story window to escape


Building Burns at Meunt Vermon, N.
Y., and Fatalitlee Resul.
ivo peeos arem.dead and another
is dying as the result of t ire that o'-
oarred Wednesday la the Columbabt
hall buildina. & metal ahtbhed It reef
story straeture at Mount vefao. N. Y-
'The dead are: NathNa- .*
ears old; tIdor PFrt, 8 -. ;: te. -
SPry. v y= oald ait, I iSmrla,,
10 -years ola, a con o Ms. Ilebecc

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Assertion of Cochran in De-
nouncing Pension Order.


New Yerk Congr'eemnen Calls on Menm-
ber to Assert Their Rights.
An Attoek on Preldent
S Reesevett,

A Wa hioittO special says: In the
house Saturday Mr. Oockran, of New
York, spoke on his resolution directing
an inquiry by the judiciary committee
as to -whether there was authority i1.
the law for the recent executive order
relating to pensions of age disability.
The committee on rules reported an
order directing the order to lie on tieq
Mr. Cockran's remarks were the first
he had delivered since his entry into
the fifty-eighth congress as the suc-
cessor to deorge B. McClellan. When
he began to speak he at once com
mended the attention of members uf
both sides of the house.
He said the resolut on was offered
solely to vindicate the dignity of the
house. He did not, he said, question
the propriety of paying liberal pen.
song to federal soldiers, but he dae
cared that the basis of these pay
ments should J)e the laws of congress.
"and not any seif-const!tuted autho.--
ity." If, he said, the president's order
is recognized by the house, "what
fragment of power Is there left to th-
house?" By one stroke of the pen.
he declared, the president had appro-
priated $0,000,000, and he said it was
a matter with which congress must
dea% If it be animated by a shadow
of loyalty for the constitution which
created it. He vigorously pasertL"
that "we are here at the parting oi
the ways,",and Inquired "If this order
be tolerated without protest by the'
house, what power is there that the ex-
ecu've cannot usurpT"
After attacking what he declared ul
be the president's usurpation of pow-
ers of Interpretation. he said that the
order should not be retroactive. Mr
Cockran appealed to members of both
sides of the house to consider Ihe
enormity of this proposal which he
said affected the liberty and safety .,f
the government. In h's opinion, the
steady decline in the dignity of the
house had attracted much attention.
He said: "If we cannot rescue our
selves from degradation and decrepit
tude into which we seem to be hurry.
lng, then we better leave the condition
to be lamented rather than to be dis
Tears, he said, belonged to women,
while discussion belonged to melt.
The dignity and power of the housa.
he maintained, were within the con.
trol of Its own members, "and," lie
said, "it needs but loyalty on our part
to restore us no merely to an Impoe-
tant, but to a dominant position."
The congress, he said, had so lost
caste that today there was not a pa
per outside of Washington that Eav'
more than one or two paragraphs
about Its proceodings.


Popular General Traffic Manager of
Southern Victim of Pneumoana.
After three days' Illness, 17. A. Turk.
general traffic manager of the Sou n-
ern railway, died Saturday night a,
his home- in Washington, D. C.. ,of
Mr. Turk Was 53 years of age, and
is survived "by his widow and tw)
children, M:ss Margaret and Randolph.
Mr. Turk's death was a great shock
to the southern colony in Waashingto.i.
and will undoubtedly be felt In all
regions traversed ty the Bouthern sys-
tem. He has been prominent In rail-
road Interests In the mouth for over
twenty years.

First Pair Pase to Roosevelt.
At St. Lou's, Saturday, "Pass No. 1
to the world's fair grouhde during the
regular period" was made out In the
name of Theodore Roosevelt, predi
dent of the United ftateas.


House Caught Fire and Little Victims
Were Cut Off from Esoape.
F'our children of Mr. and Mrs. Wl-
liam Burke, ranging in ago from 6 to
14 years, were burned to death at Se-
bastapool, a'suburb of Pittaton, Pa.
at 1 o'clock Sunday mornalang.
The Burke home caught fre and the
flames cut off escape of the little ones.
The frantic parents made a desperate
attempt to reach the children, but fail-

Yt~tflGI.Aws.K stAn. SAI~4RSVILL5. PI.A.

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CMA L. OiUnerk VicC-Pres
idt Milwaukee, Wis., Business
WoU '* Association, is another
No Of the millionwomen who
hbIv been restored to health by
usant Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege.
table Compound.
S,"P 2.U 11 ?4t PirgiTAw : I wal mar-
te d or Ievbrl years amd no child re
|Ibl'6d say. hme. The doctor said I
bad enpUoattonof female troubles
and oould not have any children un-
less I would be cured. le tried to cure
mein but after exerimentiag for mer-
ori months, my husband became dis-
guted, and one night when we noticed
the testimonial of a woman who had
bOn ouared of similar trouble through
tim use of Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Coutpoundi, he went out
ad- bought a bottle for me. I.-used
yor ied'clne for three and one-half
months, improving ateadlly in health,
and't* twenty two months a child
eanis, I cannot fully express the joy-
and thbnkfulness that is In my heart.
Our bome Is 6 different, plaze now, as
w*e A something to lie eor, and
all 4ie credit is due -to "Lydis
IE. ham's Vegetable Con0 -
Yours very sincerely. MasI.-
z,ourvlLOt, 61.4 Orove St., Milwaukee,
Wla.,; V pfi-esaldent, Milwaukee
Bualtpib Woman' As.asoatiton. sa09
feorjf ft If ar'ignal of steoe laUr. pritisf ueiula.-
stem t st t. prcuse.d... .
'WANT'ED -In .each state salenman to sell
large li.n -tobacco- permanent position-
Central .obaceo. Works Co.. Penloks, Ya.
.7- 14----N

Small Potatoes
result from a lack of

in the soil. Potash pro-
duces size and quality.
We have

Y e 'taha M e. a,
f opa w I
of Potash.
send theOm I

h TaIs Ow Brood a ftSI

=cm ata TU

ne eof Thema Tells Abhmut Hr Studite
-eoetr7 and arilnting Important.
The life of the little Chinese girl of
to-day, although an Improvement in
some respects upon that led by her
l slater of an earlier generation, is still
mightily amusing from an American
or European standpoint.
S he is betrothed at thirteen. Her
course of study, which Is painstaking
and thorough, by the way. includes a
k knowledge of the poetical names of
flowers and the rearing of goldfish.
A clever little Chinuese lady., Miss
j Wong Jin Lluu, daughter of a diplo-
mat now residing In Bt. Louis, talked
Sto an Interviewer a short tim o ago.
Giving some Interesting details on this
subject, hauys the PLUadelphia North
"I was born thirteen years ago In
Shanghai. China," shel sid, "'tanid have
been betrolhed since I was twelve to
Master Sah uIbok Kyluu, a son of Ad-
miral Balh, of China. I am yet too
young to be married. li'or flve years I
shall remain Iln my finher'b house, the
marriage ceremony taking place when
I- am eighteen, or two years after I
become of age. nu China a girl Is of
Iage at sixteen. -
I "Master Sah, who is seventeen, re-
sides also with. my father.. This is
sometimes.the custom In China among
families of the,-upper class, In cases
where two families are on very inti-
mate terms.
"Master Bah and I see very little of
one another, although w ere Ii the
same house. Judged by. the way
Ame erlean young people-act, Chinese
boys and-girls are .very- shy. -
"Water color painting has consumed
many of may leisure hours. We begih
to paint on paper and then, when we
are well advanced, paint on silk. A.
ecene on a. hillside Or bamboo growing,
,or a beautiful lake are familiar sub-
jects. -
"Girls itn the upper class it' China
are tatight to reatr flowe-s.0 We learn
the culture of the hundreds of beiluti-
tul flowers which bloom ift China,
particularly the chrysantheinumu, the.
poeny and the lotus lily.
"Often we go out to the poids :and.
lakes to gatherlilies. That Is conuid-
ered a very nlee pastime for young
"Our education Is not regarded as
complete unless we know the poetical
.names of all the flowers, as well mis
how to take tare of them. This- is not
very diffieulf, because our. recreation
is almost always taken i u the flower
"To rear goldfish Is annolher accom-
plishment of tbe C-bunese gir;.
1'The reason why ia Chinese girl Is
betrothed solong before she Is married
Is, as my parents have explained to
me, because the Chinese like to have
worldly affairs settled as seon as po-.
sible. Puurents wish to be suro thnt
whatever .may happen to them their
daughter will be taken care of; there-
fore every family, even the poorest. is
anxious to secure a daughter's, be-
trothal just as soo ans the family canl
afford It. In families of the. upper
class there Is no anxle-ty as to the set-
tlenment of a daughter, but mnarriages
are- often n arranged to cemelnt frieftd-
ship between two families."

Sleeplesstiess is inote lnys idue to
nervousness. It niny be caused by Mi-
rions disorders of the system which
nervines cannot reach, wheouce coIme
the danger of self-du.-toring. A si-
called "nervine" that would sucernss-
fully cure a person of simple Insomimliti
might be very dangerous to one whose
sleeplessness is due to an Irregimlar ac-
tion of the heart. or some other or-
ganic trouble. It Is wiser to discover
first the reason for the sleeplessness
before Indulging in slveplitg draughts.
There are many cases, as is well
known, where an ordinary dose of
morphine, such as. Is found In many
sleeping potions and painkillers, would
piove fatal. All this repeats a warn-
In that cannot be too frequently giv-
en to persons afflicted with a desire to
meddle with drugs. The real truth Is
that many of the simplest drugs in
the hand of a person unacquainted
with medicine are mm dangerous *am
edged tools In the hands of an tfant.
The wisest physicians use medicine
with caution. In cases where It lIa
necessary to give medicine the eonly
safe way fs to call in a physIlclan. He
may make a blunder, and so may the
engineer who runs an express train.
It is sa.er, however, to trust your life
to an experienced engineer than to one
who does not understand the brakes.

Some of the new ribbons have a real I
lace edge.
Old English embroldery is to have an
all summer run.
Hyaclnthine blue looks well on both
blondes and brunettes.
f8tUish toques are made of the gull-
tening black horsebalr.
Bome of the new jcsekets have two
graduated tckas up the back. -
-VUdI de dsole If a lthi mlk nan's
vSefllm. attractfle for Informal even*

A suit Of white serge. n-annel or cotr
di,.r. i ta seattal part of the spring
adiMt,. It isWN.W
L'ha isrest gewu za~hile of u aIs
gir~tle,-slot" uimi and all'

A deep ersm ae1 Watit to wau,
wlt p broWn i OW t sa shit Is
wnaaae4 award a hspt'a4Ht auran..'

e -'- 1,,..S ii 4, .
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Du Intae Mourd In the Desert'and
Pound a Fortune. -


nerve to sing in public. .In t isee If the top Is Gat or de*
- -. .. tWO &I.- a 16.

Mrs. Wlnalow'sRoothingsrynrp forelaIldrea
tetsibilg soften the aus; iredueesalaamma-
tlon alays paln,curreswal ootle. ie, sot tie
AfLer a man gets to be about so old im-
suraee nolicllors rteae to trQuble him.
Plio's Care eamot lbe too bighly spokea of
s a Moaugl ua.-4. W. O'BMm W Thbir
Aveu. S.. Miansepots. MIRm., Jaa. S,.ie.
A man is never satisfied until be stteade
his own lfeaeral.
Csriet a be e ieol ea Wte eor wlth
PUPafta ADUiJims ys.
.Peole who come to hi|k werd, are asp
to aUm&eSle la fw ease.

WoM.SO 4=. Wm. OVK

I0- Lee$-J 11a01,11" W s.*

day tsabbkeuli s af g

pressed. If the top has bumiae out,
then air has entered the tin sad fer-
mientetloa set In.
Vinegar should not be kept in t '
stone jar. as the acid may 1afeet theio
glaring and the vinegar be rendered
unwholesome. Glass Jare are the beet
vinegar receptacles.
Freshen the bouse by putting a few
idrops of oil of avenderl in sI emra-
mental bowl, then half i11i it with
very bet weat. iT'm will live e.4 -
lightful frebab v.- to the atBanplksre. -
To elpans tapemtry-ev reA (.mrttitre
lrst brubh thlrugii*t ; tIbe na a
tnblesponful of imila go a qaart"
of water. WurliA out. a eidal of tsat.
said sponge tbenvelilby. rtinSi aSM
tuning th eclotb tt aets t" .,I
chanirtBl Ike water wbelt 'tssMsuI.
This ftrhoesau sbririttap' it .efta.
*f seNp and el'd-wAf s .-a,j
M5Il. rofeSe pscxeta of Hm t,'i ",

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What Old Sallors Bay of These Two'
Northern Towns.

The turquoise king is dad. A ca- JL*
reer of thrilling adventures and hair-
bLeadth escapes, a life in which the Y
sknlle of fortune came at the most un-
expected times and places has been
ended, like the lives of so many oth- '
era bearing royal titles, by the as-
asalan'a bullet, says the Denver
George Simmons, the turquolso "
king, woo a frequent visitor to Denver j
during the latter years- of his life. Mr.
Simmons was murdered on October
15 at Manvel, Cal.. an isolated mining
town near the Nevada line. While Or-ange Cream.
.getting Into a wagon to drive home Soak hne fourth box of gelatine in
he was shot and Instantly killed by one-fdurth cup of cold water; let It
W. H. Miller, a foreman *hom he eoak half an hour; add half a cup of
bad discharged a year or so ago. sugar, half a pint of orange juice;
The discovery of his mine was an ditand the gelatine over hot water a
example of his keen scent for the un- etw minutes and stir until dissolved;
usual. Riding through the Crescent add it to the orange jule and strain;
Mountain in the Mojave Desert one turn this mixture Into a past; stir con.
day. he noticed at a little distance a stantly until stiffened a little.
plight elevation or mound which, al i r
though perhaps undisturbed for cen-. k h tlf a gelatin In hall
turies, had apparently been built by a cup of cold water onoehour; heat one
human hands. A closer examination pi.t of milk it. a double boiler; beat
of the heterogeneous materials con.- the yolks of two eggs; add half a cup
.posing tte mound convinced him o of asigar to them; pour a little of the
its artificial character, and as it was hot autilk over this then pour all back
too large for an ordinary grave, he ti the double boiler; stir until
determined to Investigate further. cteaniuy; iadd the gelutino; sUr one min-
Digging down into the mouind be came ite, and turn Into a bowl to cool;
upon a stone and later a &complete set whet csld add- the whites of two eggs,
of the rude stone tools used In mining benttn stiff, and one teaspoonful of
by uncivilized persons. Continuing v:nllln extract; turn Into a melon or
the excavation, he opened up the chinrlotte russe mold; serve cold with.
workings of an ancient mine and the cream' u
deposits of turquoise which after- .
ward brought- him wealth, s take .
For years he kept the location of Two cups of sugar, one ciTp of but-
the mine a secret, working it in a itr, nle cup of: cold water, one tea-
desultory manner. The property wuas P))nful of soda, three cups of raisin
not patented, and lest some wander- opped f ne, ouregs one pound of
Ing prospectors should run upon It by fit rinnimon and nutmeg to flavor.
accident he built a stockade around 1,at- together- sugar and butter, add
It and kept a tan with a Winchetr the, eggs, which should bhve, .bee
t guard inght and day. inl- beaten together disove the .soda
tried to learn the loQation of his mine h o ae, s i pound cake.
by following him into-the desert found flut t ee fgs in halven s n, pros elI
that It was a dangerous busin es9 i the dough to prevent turning, Bake
For lastanee, there was a :Jim Me. in lityei.s, -rosting each layer while
Clurg, one of the ftret meto whose anc- i. This recipe makes two cakes.
quatntance Simmons made In Denver. .
Unknown to Sliamons, McClurg board- sweet Orddleotes.
ed the same train with tihe owner of One lpnt of milk; four eggs; two
the. mine and followed -him to Nevada. tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar; two
Simmonse'qulk eye, however, caught talilespoonfult of melted butter; one
a glimpse of McClurg as the latter trIspootiful of baking powder and
got down frWn the -rear end ol the flor. enough to make a reasonably
train at their destination, and the thiob hatter. Beat the eggs, white and
Denver man was promptly warned yolks separately; stir- nto the yolks
that a bullet would stop him It he at. th1, butter, sugar Iand sone cupful of
tempted to follow Simmons to the flo"r. in which the kbating powder has
mine. leepn mixed. Then add the milk and
On Simmons' rst visit to Denver tihe whites of the eggs with itore
he used to to bring with him a large flour i necessary. -ake i small
.traveling grip- filed with sple-did makes. Butter each one, S It comes
Sturqoises. Th *_ston.es.Were p 4from the- griddle. If for des sert, p lace
.while theo. e ron. te 0 four on each plate wvith jelly or jam
blue in color, while tho e rom the old between the cakes and sprinkle pow-
ineain. Mexico were dark blue, and -r su o th
at first It. was hard to find -buyers for ,
the products of Simmons' mine. Now Piletsunbo.
the light bluesqtonew are the favorites Cut up a pair of .fowls as wblu cltrv*
and Afnd a ready sale. lug. Lay them In a pan of cold water
Falling to get enough money till all the blood is drawn out. Pitt
from the sale of turquoise to into a pot two tablespoonfula of lard
patent the property and. develop it, iu.e act It. over the fire. When tie lard
Bimmons went -o London to secure has come to a boll put lu the chicken-
capital. He put a valuation of S700,- with an onion fittely minced. Dredge
000 on his mine and-floated (t on that' well with tour aand season with salt
bails; although it was really worth and pepper, and a little marjoram, It
three times that amount. liked. Pour on two quarts of boiling
Water and let cook for throe hours,'
then -stir in two heaped teaspootiftile of
'STRONG ATTACHMENT. sassifras powder and let it stew .-five
The polite stranger stepped Inside minutes longer. It will he Improved
the door. "Do you know. madam." by stewing with It a few slices of cold
he declared. "I have a sincbro attach- boiled ham before taking uli. This is
ment, for you?" the genuine Southern recipe for gum.
"Sir!" You are an Imposter." ho., and may oe made of ally ,ort of
"No. ma'am. min the Shorlff."- poultry, veal, lamb. venison or kid.
Cincinnati Tribune. W k oe
Wildl ;Deck Neap.
NO TROUBLE. If you suspect the ducks of I)elngt
She (about to reject htm)-I don't sedgy of fishy parboil ach with an car-
want you to think hard of me. but- rot Inside its body. then tnak out tbe
He--I don't have to. It's esly to carrot and throw It away. You will
.11-I- don't h ton~. 104 f>..Y 10 nfind that all the uipleasant flavor has
think of you.-Phlladelphia Public i ta al th e lavsorbhas1
Leder.o you.- adelph Pbicleft the ducks and has been absorbed
Led"or by the carrot.
Cut up the ducks, season ench piece
no.s asfer first yda's set l D. n' oroomft with salt and pepper and lay them In a
Nerve eetorer.9ltrial bottleauntreatisteref soup pot. For a large soup you should
Dr. R.H.Kltaw, Ltd..98i1 Ah St..Pblia.. P a have four ducks. Add three sliced
O.esionally a girlr marries bsecaie i ]. onions and a tablempoinful oft ground
wante to marry, but the mlJority nrty sage, also a quarter of a pound of
becauMe they don't want to remain single. i butter-divided in four part and each
I part rolled In flour. Pour in water
a eror rSelor ear alehm*. rmuel-,e. enough to make a rich soup and let It
A ppowder. It .reste the feet. Cullres oeriq, i lll Slowly till all the fleh has left
lwelafU lsett *nd la-rowiag Nails. Allei's the bones; skim it well. Thicken It
Toot-sgemakeenewortighbtshoeaay. At with boiled or roasted chestnute,
all Dgist and b or e t ents. A"- pealed ad naiebed. A glass of Madeira
AdrelS. allan 5. Olaed, ALlto;, a, T. or sIerry, or the Juice of a lemon or
Sorange will be found an improvement.
A married man Who c-ws an setomobr's In taking up the soup be careful to
*s tn a position to acquire a lot of ezper- leave the bits oa bone and meat in the
en5e, -bottom of the pot.
The Weoreefal Creem S*plaer.
Does its work in thirty minute arnl
eova legs than 1 p nr cent- batter tat.
Tlb price Ih ridieslously low, according to |
eise, 83.75 to o.00 each, and when wem .
have one you would nol part therewith
for ifty time its east.

A. Saier Co. ro e e., an ,
get their big etailogue. fully dee,-ib.ng I
remarkable Cream Separator, ani h To To eean mponge ssll them nln
dreds of other tnnls and f srm sled- us d diluted tartaIe adid, rthnisnlag them at
by the warmer. __IA.C..) terward In water: It will make them
If people were compelled to sive voice to very soft and white. .
their thoughts few men would ha ve t6s Before buying tinned fruiJts and

mu- uet.itu a
The npwly-nppoilnted
Keoken. liawnil, Is Mr
hiokolionk linoke wenoi li.
that we cannot givp anll
prontim-litlonl.-Civil LAo
clue. .
C'altrrh raf'nclt Itl
With .1oIt. ApPLlo*TrlOns I
roach the mse t of the dinlmua
blood or constitutional lliea
to oelte It you minut take int
Hall's 'ltarrs C'tre Is taken
ati direalt ly on tmi blood sAlI
Hall's Oattirri OHmu is not a q
It was nre libed'by one of
olans In tUia country to- yaes
iasr prem rlptio:t. I I4m no
best tonie knqwan. omlmned
blood plflan, amttiaW dtreot
seousarlases. The oerfent
thetweo lBrtltau ais what
wondertul I rp'ltelIn In ntrfaig
for tttsatoalal free.
n. J. ONsnT A o., Prong
fold by Idrniatlt., price, 78
Take fall's amlly Pills to






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There has been considerable specu-
latlon ai .to the ability of any war i
vessel getUti near enough to H ko-
date to damage the town at this sea-
son of the year, because of Its high
latitude. This lis the port where New
Bedford whalers touch before enter-
ing the Ochotak Sea, and, with a view
of better Information as to the possi-
bilities CapL Josbhus 0. Baker, of Pa-
danaram was seen yesterday afternoon.
From him may be gained a clearer
idea of the situation, so far as relates
to that port, so well known by roputa-
tlion by people here, who are or who
have been concerned In whaling.
"Hakodate lies in latitude 42 north."
said Captain Baker, "and is on the
southern edge of the Island of' Yezo,
which Is separated from thie larger
island south by the Tauga strait.
"I have been thero a great many
times. Hakodate has a flue laud-
locked harbor, and In all my expert-
ence I never heard of the hartor
freeing. The current la very strong
In Tmuga strait, so strong In fact that
Ice could not posslbly make, and al-
though anow storms are frequent I
can't say as I ever heard of Ice mak-
Ing, either In Hakodate harbor or in
the stralt.
"The harbor is a bold one at the
head of quite a large bay, and there
would be no difficulty for an enemy
entering the waters and bombarding
the city."
Vladivostok is about 400 miles wekt
from the Japanese port, and Is on the.
mainland. It Is In about the same
latitude ai Hakodate, although the
conditions are tVe opposite and those
harbor is a closed one all winter long.
Once frozen In there when winter
eets in. the ice does not break up un-
til warmer weather.
Capt. Edinund F. Bolles, In Speaking
of 'Vladivostok, ays it Is a closed
harbor with a narrow entrance like
that of New Bedford. The city is ont
the east. whore of a, basin, and once
in there In winter It. means stay there
until released by warm weather, when
the loe breaks up, unless other means
are resorted to for breaking out a
vessel, for it Ia- possible to blow out
a passage or even saw out a channel.
A few years ago the late Charles
Cotter, while. on a United States. war
-vessel, -pent the whole winter at
Vladivostok, and not until late In the
spring was the ship released. ln-
crulsing. the warship put In at that
harbor and was caught there by nre
malning too long. On his return home
Mr. Cotter told of the desolate appear-
ance o bhis surrounding, One of the
Incidents which he related was thai
the refuse from the cabin table and
other tfodl. was thrown on the solid
toe surrounding the ship, and so nltni-
erous were the animals asking foot.
that It never accumulated,, but wax
cleaned up daily by these animal
from ehOre-New Bedford Standard.

"Oh, no; of course, I' don't care for
bicycling noW. I'm going In for
"Indeed? Have you got an 6o t"fit
"Part of It. I've got the golf stock-
lags I ised to wear when- I rode the
wheel, "-Phmladelphia Press.



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i Mhi Murjoiy .Hampton, 2010 Tliird Avenue, New York City, writes:
S "J1 ruqt' iae jioft.seM4toISfOe to. take astin Veasoes or/'te iwyer. 1r kes I
lit the sprI.Stg til o6ns &Pp the. ageem an md tacts n.8 a cit lIe, iirent@tfeautuig i
imoe Lmoi tsan Ek wa*ou in tjLshefU a4edt4 wIMt0t9EJ 1 chale flound that o $
ei't eodu l eiand r rr aae is aslofind tn a M it- tamtaivtbl. e to keep the "
e boe'lri r'ei/tia r, anit asa sa osii leuntt l*tl it ons thee systems. I.l ft, I .
c'imiSt4e( it e a whole etedO(olne o 't, ,--l-Mk afselEJc. JaomPo n. ". .
S.eoeoeee*gooptao*ee eoeeses5eoee45****** ***********************oee5 *S '4'
PUR I A BLOODi I tiand cotipated; oinetimaes -he is waek,
noevous and dsepre d, and aaiss he em
.. --" -- bve eruptions swellini and othlr b fod ': f
Blood -Impurities of Springtime aiioro, Whichever it.l, tha mise all'
n T ane"" 1 s--enett Rccaulatiuas in a the leood "e
S ---Cau8se, Prevention Nethinl is more ertali within the whole
l i ligof medife leieice than that a corm -
and Cure. I erun il early spinltime will recently
--- 'an tand effectuwlly prevent. t1r cure ths almesot
rla. Ilattimun's ll lial leotulres are eat. university affection. '
>by niiy tlhnailtshi r leaders. E everybody foolee it, in some degree.
Olne "of tit(liiOst tiniill and Itarestig A great majority are d ilturbed coplidr-
hcttirets lio <\t-i tIlmit, il was -hi recent ably while a large iper cent, of the lumssa"
lecture lt tlhe blood impuritiesti f spring.- (fanily are made very- iniserable by this -
Tho duoctttor aild it n .mhticv-e that weyry. condition evety pilg, .
-smpri-g tihe.oll nI it odoitll withi th0 elfete Perunr4 wIll:p)evmonit-iftakenin time. -
ncoitmlttio of .wilttlr, (ieigin til e-di- Peruas will aire it if taken -s ijreoted.
gestion, producinlhiitulhuishi'eo ofit t if liver. Peruna Is the ideal spring miediotie of
overtaxihg .th-e kidnty-v inte'irferi-in with "tie mediicl profession. '
the action of the boowels and tl iie i'priller If you do not derive proimpxtand satifa o*
ci-celatioun of .tile b l!ood. 1 story reiinlts froin the ua. of I'ermnia- writ .
This condition u ofI lings iprodutes wliut ult -taice to )Dr. alirtaun, giving a oh*u i .*'-
in populuirly knlowln ams ring fever, spring nienit of your ase and he will e pleased 'to
-nslanriat, nmvons- u-'liUlstion, that tletid gi'e you his vailuibli advice gratiP..
felhing, ldlmutl t.lulioilng utnl >itu1ny -other 'Adldress Dr Hartr.i-nn, President. -of
uiiilkne. The lartinun ani.tarrtum, Coldml
Boinetimi e tihe vi'tiit iaI blllium, ] ,,
-. --- --. -. "- -1V A *6000 ".

I. i., VA1CIAII .. WiT6 TODAY TO "
.se O. GA.-ALA 'BUS. COLLECOE, MaconiGau.
krer wt. Itfoh, Bl(sterI tOY AL FOOT WANK -aree Morm. Remove

r ll M i U I noiid.2 o to TATO-N
ald; sainuo for-o. stlm(p, OtQuoapplicatiomn

Wife (Oar0ast lc4ly)-What would
yonl (il I I. were to stay out every
night until, after midnight? .'
lutisband (cailmly)-What would I
.1o? Why,. I'd stay 4.t home.-Chteca'

in.. .-go New '
poatifinater at .- _-. j _,.. -
Dnvild Knips-
We' u-reret
y ",',e to h IT COSTS eONE ENT
Slllde rie his IIm a iu t nard for a ifr-' lampla ao
'i-vlee Mp ga- STUART'S GIN AND BUCHU.
%e ohierltnllv u nl i It u nal l.ufftini r ol Kilt -
-iry, I.ver, Iara lindeler uiid tHi,.it dlsase
pil'.l req i9 1 Ii w ill a sInil llth t i ,,'ia loms r Ii.
1i11 1 1 Mimrlulloi. Wili vl il Dil- Mli it. HNlOW
it thov eaanu't ,i ili:Ir. A, hres lA' l;llt' I1>t M
a, Catarrhli i al) tirrp't ATLANTA. UA.
te, ani In ordr--
Anral remedy. 1 .1. i NlKL, Alltnim. ( i., i s alosinx uit
Infternaiy, sarudl i iutll t 'i.tm at uM- fi. 1h1 T0 o. 9o 10.!, 0tA.,
mucous surfaia epr r,,lI. ',Il Ii I. ir lmfarmHa ,i Oii M t ault lohiwVaseo
the best phiyl. -
i nedof the ELECTRIC FLUID.
b with the bat
tly on the mu- I ..l Th eptaptPh a treatairu
oomblnation o' r alut4 rlla
produs msaush Iesha1 tis I arrySa e.
oatarrb. send tB .ave dlor's bims. AskV eor
a.. Toledd, O. W0 W .Aug IorA
le. us. AgentovanW d; b.lagap
Mr onstipatlon.
B00MB #'M^ lwi^EM

"And was the Money-Title-wed-
ding a aurcees, Judged from the latest
"Tea, Indeed. It took seventy-five
polleemen to keep the mob from tear-
Ing down the exterior decorationi as
souvenirs." Ipcinaaldl 'TisEllitar,

It's the neglect of backache, side-
sche, palln in the hips or loins Ihat
nfally prostrates the strongest body.
The kidney warntugs are
serious they tWll you
that they are unable to
filter Ibe body's waale
and poison from the blood
-the sewers are clogged
and Impurities are riun-
ning wild to Impregnate
nerves, heart, brain and
every organ of the body
with dIsease slemients,
Ioan's Kidney Pills are.
quic-k to soothe and4
stredithen tick ldmb4e,
and bhelp them tree he
system fromepolso. Read
ow valuable feyr are, eveti to sesw
f long staadlag,
L. C. LAvell, of 410 North Plist lt..
Ipokane Wash., says: "I have abd
roubid fosi may kidimej fo the pMst
an Vrn,.. it was caiuem by a irl
Swlieb Pi4 Uile at11 ltoaiiuft, Um.t
t Ilagvield tlb froebe if belamie
worse a wMuar ual" fr msitfni oer a
Ilght cold was sie ito foltlwied .b
eterr palft airos my bheeL Theu ItA*
stion ta t ima EerSMltmw I*
maer daimatetMl *a .'was elMUNA mal ,

)e"'s mum* %IIN wWO b"Sughi to
my, tw.. -i l0n" S am ia Ufoiem a0
s'af t l-ko -N. i-fl i uliu a ,
ritlt All t,- M ao wlo V,

rSte Seam dhauti5M

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ni.e et.t spS onaasing. Ji not am nruggss"
DitUG 00., ATmAstA, O.,'for lull slae, _oet-
I o.'eflItt inar.t. Money back i1 not alUifted. "

'Avery & Co00Mpany
succmsumuOla to
as-to south erpeysh su, Atlattaqe as


14#Jmbla 10!'khII pelu, eEllo%'s.alt
SISi .Wheat GePareter

W WUSU Adovp~~~si~~

.jA Lit TOhIIIo a'm j-WLugeniseeIR1E6re''l~
m~rove Utwheams adpremdt Offty, ShuI* dhii, CeeRmulti0..
l~oxtbnc~o~lt~ntI~q bt~cGimelitii'S*5 ei.aei
Jkt~ntft C Sloo5o Gkvffsm- Faill lipe Engi~plasO
Mill Suet"pfg. ms cooe

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" Fla., a s.eoc
Congress of

*at 1.00a ye
50o C
a5 Cei

nts for Thee Months.

Loxal Readers In' brevere type, 5 cents
a line for each insertion.
SSpace for display adlvertisementa priced
on application.
The editor Is not responsible for tbU
views of correspondents or others aw-
tributLng to his columns.."
A vote for J. N. C. Stockton will
be a vote for the right man

Marion Democrat: Watch the
price of oil after the primary.
We know a few editors who are
already getting ready to eat crow
after May the 10th.
Gainesville is threatened with an-
other new evidence' of prosperity--
a long and much needed hospital.
Senator Taliaferro hasn't got a
very favorable& opinion of the Flor-
Ida Cresemat--and other papers not
S:supporting him in his candidacy for
re-election. '
Isn't it terrible to think that the
war in the far east, a political cam-
pigun in Florida, and Florida base
balling must all be going on at the
mnise time?

Our bona fide list of eubsr ibers
is larger now thaAn mer before.
We are not only proud pof tq.t num-
ber of our subscribers, but of the
kind as well.

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The attempt of some newspapers
to try to associate (in the mabds of'
voters) Stockton and Jennings is in
perfect keeping with those papers'
other dirty methods.

The Macdenny Standard wants
to know if that demagogue skele.
ton the Times-Union is using so
frequently, isone that has escaped
from the T.-U. closet.
Alabama didn't select Hearst
delegates, but she didn't select anti-
SHeatst men,' Her delegates .. to
', -nf oveti6h nintrructed and
can support Hear; if t ey will.
*f4 .. *
leMsed Is the .boy who early in
life is thoroughly convinced of the
great truth that "For every trans-
gression there is -a just recompense
of reward."-Plarlda School Ex-

Does the State Board of Pardons
ever refuse an application for ab3o-
lute pardon or mitigation of sen.
tence?-Jacksonville Metropolis.
If it does, the act is kept a pro.
1 fund secret.
It i reported that the saloon
keepers throughout" the State will
do their utmost to defeat Broward
for Governor. This bie ire in
Broward'q favor than aykbhing we
have yet hArd.-MadIsod Recorder.

A man must feel mighty small
when he is denied the privilege of
voting because his poll tax has not
t 1 paid. fvery man -hould l
.4 0 g to pay Ihi poll tax and
y one should be prepared o6
vote. .
We never before heard the' word
S"rword" used so much as it Is Aow
.b'.g. used by the supporters of
a llafeo, hDavis and Clark. flI
hds ,. of thes. candidates seem to
-.get the flat tl' '-n a very bad
Sman sometimeshi a" record."
The Times-Union.artmpsatock-
tt and Jennings an Mdaber.
.Whe T.-U. holds to ts reputation as
diy drty Pr. AU .
.dubetu in the "tate could gt" their
I^eof dirt of of Editor WilOp
pile woald last a long tile.
..,,'. .. Zoonce, member
:HMaQi'ii.:yrJi^A-^ *-_ Bi--*jA

their jita -I "lue un-
justly 9 good, by
Men t' succeed
him,,'"p' preparing to.re-'
i.^^ treatment at the
bo. This is not
r'opinln ofl a subsidized
-0Ca kI Banner. -
- r Haris' readiness.to deny
'ftllh!m opinions are' 1" d for."
and that his paper is "a dized"'
--denying before beoagn.cubed-
rbminds us of the colored brother
who, having been caught the act
of steal1tg a chicken decrd---be-
fore being accused-'No Sar, boss;
I's a Innocent uiggei; dat is, Ioass
I swar I nebber teal dat chicken. '
But, we love Brother rris: we
cin't'help it; and we don't want to
help it-he is such 'a "phunny
pheller." \ :" .-. ..
The Times-Union cartoons Gus
Muller, a wholesale liquor dealer of
Jacksonville, as being "all wool apd
A yardi wide." Mr. Muller and Mr.
A. W; Barra are.candidateb for the
position of county treasurer of l)u-.
val county, ania it li not .aurprislng
that the T.It-U. Aiotsathe election
of Mailer over'Barts, when' ve con-.
sidde the facts that MolV r Is a
wholesale liquor dekl*1s and that
Barts is a brother of ,IHot J. M.
Barrs, candidate for Cosges, and
expects to get his support, fom $the
moral and unpurchasblte demo-
crats of Duval county. '
., .. ., A ,, .. *
In onr political unnouncerment
column today will be found the an-
npuncewetnt of .Hon. Jo. G. Damn-
pier, who has yielded to thesolici-
taltoo of his friends, and has be-
come a candidate for reelection to
the office of county commissioner
from District No. 1. Mr. Dampler
has serve& two terms as county
commissioner, and he served faith-
fully and'well, The office of county'
commissioner is an -Inaportant on',
and our people can do no better
than to reelect Mr. Dampler---he. Is
needed on the board. .
C'The pan who thinks Johtr N.
C. Stoeton is not making a vig-
Otuso au. active caAp'ikujortIni,
tedoSiates Senator .Jsbadl t ilopt-
ken. Say what you may of him,
all agree that he isa tireless worker,
an able nnd aggressive campaigtnr,
and a man who has thousands of
warm personal friends in.the State,
and makes new friends wherever lie
goes. Some politicians say he will
be elected in the first primary by
a handsome majority.-Suwannee.

The fact that Mayor WV. I.
Thomas was elected last Tuesday
for the fourth consecutive term.
speaks well for that official. and for
ihe voters of Gainesville. This
fourth election was wihqi'. oppo-
altlon. The salooat peple tried
to defeathim a 'year ago but failecj.
Th saloons passed iWay but
Tiomuas remslai. MhaUlr pl. Pinko-
son's- reelectiom w*tholt opposition
also shows that he Is the right man
in the right place. ',.*
Now Orover CleWAd M being
accused of entevtaelL E.groa
when hs was wPruuIdet M,
eleveland says' "I d a.t, ,1v
Tom Watson says "Yet -di4
Whether he did or art Is a "qu-
tiol for the public to decide; but
there I -no question as to whether
or not th* exIsesldent up against
a ItUtS *whe 3iet4ackleb :
Topm for Cleveland can't
write or al when Wataon has the
floor.;. '
i'viaf ,,Hon. Prank Clahrk are
not ie, 'T"hey have go'pn the
hadsoee face or the re City
'eyw into the Smm, as can be
OUlnoi this page. The Bra is

. Ijpptt.n- Mr. Clark for' Con.
trhob e pletere Sndp a wat-
co1e c the papf beqiu it is not

~I3u a mmth
. o s o d .:

D. t. OWIN, butt "1itI.k i* ..q*5"
D. 11 r-'Inn.r.
Eftor and Proprietor. lenses-Oasls2Banner.
April aS, 0, at inLaviUe, et o one again doubt tbal
mnd-clas matter, under Act of Brotber Hasric, of the Oala an
March 3.1879. setttbhe "Ocala Editor") jth
fll/ for he, himself it,
every Tuesday and Friday, 'tb deinocruat .. -
arin advance. fat.- jIy eyes'i f I
ents for 81ix Montlhs, aThw r tat

sainesvlje, PFlor
Opposite Brown Hbuse.
'Phone No. 97.


tew ek, dtod;

Ofse in Miller'h Law Exchauge.

Pd BYou0. Lbaide to

Jewel Laundry,
J. Runkle, Proprietor,

Vjio fl--- tf-M>

d .aA "W

PIuII 'too" ^Utty killed end
4'44i wl. Catruh-
as narrowly avert-
$ntd'10 news of the duisaster---
#i*.h it' reached Washington ,-was
I' stunner to the .Navy Departmenit
Itis every Alachts county voter's
God give privilee to vote as he
WlesbW tvoteq. ~1s tuvery voter's
duty Q' v0te for the bst men for
fcAea, sed,'t condemn the practice
of USfi. mUonedy with which t6 btiy
votes. The meei who. bave the lar.
guest amount ot money behind them
are generally the men Whom hon,
est voters should vote against.

"Taliarerro and Divia Cluir" is
a very familiar head line in' some of
the papers nowadays. The in-u.
ttfeuts,. which are urging -Taia".
ferro's teelebttou atie the same
which want Mr. Dav!s for governor,'
but it is not to the best interests of
Plbrlda that either of -them should
be noimntited. There aje better
men available, .
Some there aiTre who will never.
be convinced, save throughexpert
ence' of the truth of the great law
that "The way ot the trasg'ress,.r
is hard," but blessed aie they who,
whether they receive it through
faith or experience,. learn this le
son early in life, and learn it well.
-Florida School Batponent.
NMr. H. A. MoRachern, chair-
man of UMr. Tallaferro's. campaign
colmulitte, is quoted aa predicting
that Senator Taliaferro 'will.ti be
nominatedd In the first primtnry.
Mr, McEakaehrn piust have been
lmis luoted, for he is an intelligent
gentleman, and can not believe
anything of thi kind. ..

Thereseems to be more than the
usual.number of disasters by expL..
saons,,etc., being reported front the
heat of war between -Japan and
Russia. There must be much care-
leaness qr some Ignorance on the
part of those whose business it is
to look after the explosives.
Killed Near Npwberry,.
Informaston reachedthe city yesterday
;o the effect that two negroes had par
ticipated in a row at a turpentine eannp
near Nleq.-rry. and that o onef the
Asht and killed the another. IThe salin
O1'ea uaftl''was Lou Mi-ore, n ini he s.1%-
er'a iminn, is elesie H 'l. Bes-,ie k aws
arrested and ipunt I' Ne% lerr\ jail. bi.t
sne escaped anId haud nut ai t i. tn in
captured yesterday afleranoion
It Is Amusing.
It is really amusing to hear sou ne of
our citizens talk about what they dec'arc
will be the resenlt of the coming primary
election. Every candidate has some fol-
lowing, .and the friends of each candti.
date'belleve their man will be nominated
In the first primary.
*It Is remarkable how set some of them
are: in their ways. For instance there
are two or three fellow here who con-
tend with alU (he earnestness of their
souls that the "other fillow'won't get a
little4it," but we really believe that each
tadidate before the Alachuna county vo-
rs will pit least one vote; and that
,liteo. a4.).Bsrms will lead every one of
aljfr oppouen.,
Otdd La'.Halr Grower does the work,
For Sale by Dr. S. B. oiddtngh oainea.
v$11 sad the Poatoffice Drug gtore and J,
A. Stepheas, Nigh aringas. Fla.

reTsuoeael -

Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
Saddles, etc.


Gainesville, Florida..

Frank Cladrk



Second D)isrtrict

of Florida,
s6aelol. Tyar Vote ,n ASupport
In ash nDerearse IePrImar,.


Oppositioni to the Trustas.
Favors Income Tax.
rt cotn intterpte commerce, Countssion.
Fed t Md r 0oo94 R-os.
Duty 'on gptian Cotton.

; InStock, Ari are. costantly -eceiv-
t "np-toodate" Shoes for Men, j
.: W~.,en and Children,'at popui- .
Prices ind of the best makes. .1

V .. c a l ..

Particular attention to the Ladies
'"Brockport" and Mens"All Amner-
Sica" and,."Walk Over" grades.

J. D. Matheson,.

t rhoa sand Letee $ftore. qnoineoVille, FlB.

a-e e n .esv

The Gaes e Planing

anil Coffin Comnpanly,

mhlithlit-r.A1. n ant to build one lons'.or
-. e i zen. You are- on the O right tnA for
the right kind of lumber %lhen you come
our way. We deal in all kipdls of Build.
ing Material fo outside and inside fi.j I+
to cciplete any dw-elli g, hotel, sto e or
rectory Ten as our waws. We wil
.- do the reat


Robt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attended to


Eastman Kodaks and Supplies. i

W, R. Thomas,

Livery, Feed -'and Sale Stables,
Call on me when you want to buy

Cotton Departm

i[, Seed or Lint, Lsrg
Imported S. I land
Plant i

1AKE The Atlabtic Coast Line:
T ,. >u u tii
SNorthrI Jacksonvilei '. lac.knoqville
th Via i or
Strankshipp U 1L11 1Txsla'I

Rapid Transit and surpassed Service.
Time Table in 1 ffeet Maitch 28. 1904
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
7-0 p lig Sria prisd Inter 10: 0
Daily m rdt. Point. D.ily
~~io'pnm Ocala, Leesburg and TaIpa, anid 3 40 puT
2ti pIIn P ,itka, DaytonaJackeanville, 2" ii
--l |r I 1 I .INort I..B a stand "eat .D J ally
1-: 1 i I Highi Springs. Wayearcs, S"avtvuilah. tirunw, wk Vk itr
Dnily Allnny, Atlanta. all Pointa. North, ast Wet
W p I .:. a

alv R Rochelle. Micanopy andCitre' Daily
11 t 1 7:20 pni
Daiity High 'pringv j Dally
ex. o. .4 ex Sunday
Lv St. Aiugistine. F E C Ry 7 50 1 Lv Chatttanooga NC &St LRyll 1 i pm I
Ar ..ackouville 8 n 0a Ar Ni ntlle .a .1 1 lItam
I'V lacksonville A ( L tKr o 10a m Lv Nashville I. & N Rr. 3 40 a a
Ar Tifton 1 09 pt Ar Bvhiavillet .755 a i
Lv Tifton G i & V Ry 1 19 am Lv Zviuasvflll .8t'i
Ar Macoi 408pm Ar MLoais .135pm.
Lv Macon Ceit. of Ga Ry. 4 a18pm ESva uV .rTH Rr 8 15 am in
Ar Atlanta *.. 1 02pm w 'Tor- te aUs.&et Ir 2. ll mitn
Lv Atlanta A r 7 18pm T5r*Us C & I Rr .I Ia m
Ar Chattainooga 0 .10b68 p.;Ar Chicago. ." 4 10ppm
This train li the standard of perfection In paepger service. For Pullina ,,
ReservatIons afn other inforiato apply to ticket, agent C. Rty., St Atig
line or A. C L. office 138 flay SL. West, Jacksonville. Pla.
Interchalingeable league Tickets, good over 3,00oo0 miles of among thIe pniiri.
pal railways in the Noutlnern States are, on sale by (Te principal agents
Tliroungh Pullman sleeper l'ort Tampa I1 New York, via Atantic Coast1 I.inC;
also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete inforunailon, call on
J. A. Uoodwin, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.
Address: FRANK C. BOVLSTON, Conm'l Agt., W.D. STARK, Trav Pass. Ag..
138 W. -Raly St., Astor Buildin, l -Jcson- illle. I a
. h. EMERSON, Traf. M"g, W.f CRlG"-Gep. Pau. Agi.,
Wiltilng tonN-. Wilmington, N. C

Air Line Railway
Schedule Ia fective December 7, 1l0o3.

27 I

9 35a 'S 3,i
10 15 8 5sp
S1 46 To 45P
t2 aop .

I 26p i
1 58p 12 5:la
2 55p 2 1i3a
5 lop 7 2o08
4 214p 4 iSa
%-1P 5391
7 28p In 468
7 45 n 3jop
6 oop 6 45a




Lv .

Lv. .
Ar. .
Lv .

S. Jacksonville .
* Baldwin .
. W aldo .
. Cedar Key ..
. Silver Springs.
C. .. O Kala ...
. Wildwood ,
Orlando .
Dade City .
Plant City... .
.. Palmetto .
Manatee .
- Tampa .



J 34 I 34 I
or 10 50o 7 15a 5 oop
lo 12a 6 3oa 4 2u
8 ma 4 o4a 2 5u
[-v 7 I4 1 4op
kr 7 14a ....
4v 4 oa I
252P. .
55a 12 41p
S. 1223a 11 56p
7 oop 8 256
S. o 28p 10o 37
S. 9 23p 9 45
S 4 45P 7 42a
S 3 50P 7 27
3 ooa m 2OP
v 8 oo S 5s

NORTt AN[) EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANi 56 57
Lv Jacksonville 9 ooa 7 sop Lv Jacksonville . 3 4op 9 25
tAr Pernandina 1 1 1 a 9.oop Ar Lake City 5 51p 1 20"
Ar Brunswick . 12 Pop 10 3)p Ar Live Oak .... 6 35p 12 alp
Ar Savannah---- -- op 1 5o& Ar Madison . 7 55P 2 53P
Ar Fairfax . 3 09 144 Ar Monticello . 9 lop 3 5P
Ar Denmark 3. 3 57P 2 ao3 Ar Tallahassee . 9 4op 3 25
Ar Columbia 5 3op 3 55 A Qinecy . 4 17P
Ar Camden .... 7 4op 5 54 Ar Junctn . 5 o5P
Ar Hamlet . ... 9 55P 8 S Ar Peaaola ...... 0o yP
Ar Wilmington .-. .. 12a oop Ar Mob ....il . 55
Ar Southern Pines ii 8p g9 3; Ar New Orie 7
Ar Raleigouth . ^ 5310 Lv .Jcksoa .. op
Ar PoRichtmouthnd, Va. 6 5a s3p ArM an . . 3 40
Ar Baltimore ..... ,I 25a,11 25 Nashvile -----9 20IP
Ar Philadelphia 6p m t a t .. 7 3.......... p
Ar New York-.-.-.-.-.- .4 s1p 63Qa .Chic ac- ........ 93
daConnectios forPalmetto, Manatee, Oneso and SaraWt, ou excpt Satur-
days, from Ualneaville. 3"et t
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing oto= 1lp Isdeepeln between
Tamp, Jtacksonville ahd.New York. via UD4. a t90 dvestibuled
day coaches between Jacksoville and WaCafe dining
car service from Jacksouville. "
No. 66 Seaboa a .. day coaches ,* ca between
acksonville and Washington, al drawing room btweenpTauj
Jacksonville ande Nw York. b eten:
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachna. Wflllfgrd, Wtnee and inter-
mediate points, and at.Archer with Early Bird branch. -
Noe. 5 and 57, Pullman dleeper-between New Orleans lm 4 h sourille.
Thursday, :i "--- n.
A. c oBMACDOILL, As't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jecksa#t n I11t.
H. C. COBB Ticket Agent. Gainesville. .

~rw -

Gainesville & Gulf
r ra ,. 3 vt ct July 5,

DaNU0 No o. I ..
Sus 'ay. ."

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.* :t 1 Ranlities.
a4ot'f leec ed Florid,