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CA INE~SVI tli, FLO)RID)A, F R I UA V. A PRIl1, 22. 1904.
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Candidates for County Superin-
tendent of- Schoo0 .
KJLLEY, KELLUM AND LYNCH
Acquited Themselves Nicely -
As per previous atiumoitcetnent in these
columns there was a political speaking
here last night, The speakers were Dr.
J. Lj Kelley, Profs. J. L. Kellum and
C. Geop M. Lynch in .the order nained-
anTf they. addressed a large crowd of
ladies and gentlemen at thie court house
SThe meeting was presided over by lion.
J. M. Rivers iA chairtuma, and the speak-
ers, all of whom are candidates for
-couutty superintendent of public instruc-
tion,, acquitted themselves nicely, and
caused many of their hearers to wish they
could vote for then all.
]each candidate outlined what he 8aid
would be his policy if elected. Dr. Kel-
ley showed something of the present con-
ditiomnof the public school affairs in the
county front. a financial point of view'
. how much greater the. school debt was
when he came on the board last Septeut-
o. r thWan it was when he went off of 'It
only a, few years before, submitted plans
for paying the debt, etc.
The other candidates could claim ino
experience in school matters except as
teachers, but having been successful
teachers, and having successfully man-
aged their own affairs they thought
themselves as well qualified to fill the
position sought as was their senior op-
The meeting was harmtonious, the
speakers-were listened to with the inmost
perfect attention, and all were literally
SPARKS FROM MICANO0y.
Town Growing Prettier-But Little
S" Violation of Law.
Micanopy, Fla., April 21.
Editor Star:; -Old Micanopy is growing
prettier every day.
S Her people aregrowing better anl hap-
pier all the time. -
There is very little violation of law,
and Sunday isa day of rest.
Fickle FPortune is once tuore smiling-
upon our -people; and the .foothold se-
cured. by them before thie frtve.e and
rudely snatched from them is beiiin
again given them, and they aregradually
mounting upward toward I lie heights of
Mrs. Agnes Bamnbjrg, of Jasper, Fla.,
is visiting Mrs. C. M. (Gordon..
Mrs. Brown, of Magnesia Springs, is
under treatment of Dr. I, Montgoumery
at the hotel here
Rev. C. M. Gordon, pastor of the I'r;-.
byterlan church, has returned from a
week's absence in attendance tpon tile
meeting of Suwanee Presb)tery, at Pa-
Miss Salah Brown has returned from
Tampa. and will spend a while in Mic-
Wanted-A live, hustling man of af-
fairs to put some lile and activity into
sweet old Pficanopy, and Induce her sotns
to part with some of their rich land at a
reasonable price, thus courting the pres-
ence and influence of an aggressive cit-
We will, within the next few days,
send out both by mail and collector, a
number of statements, showing when
some subscriptions to the Star expired,
and when others will expire. We trust
our fnends will renew their sub-
seriptions and pay promptly. Do not
send our collector away empty-handed,
or treat our notice by mail with silence.
On the a8th of the present month, the
Star wall have entered upon the second
year of its existence, so it ought to be
plain to those who paid for the Star a
year In advance when we first commenced
its piblieitlon, that they should.pow get
ready to renew their suascription, and
those who hare been getting the paper
from the first and have paid nothing,
aboso certainly be .getting ready to
ily s what they owe us,
IDeith a .a Child.
the fIllds of Mr. sad Mrs. J. A,
Uidewy 3a Bat Oasinesville, mourn
iw e aecoupt of the deathl of
*i E iat4 o'doek.
|.ibht .gi hed first safered
SIq I hha~h 1g dis
t toa hA vee fo the ehul
1 e, m-mmSi-,,
J M.a I: idel'. black of five ni'W brick
store-i on wall Street ia well under
%ay, and millaterial is nmow being placed
on the groauniu for the erection of a
large fine bri:k tAIilliig at the (orner
of Railroad and Wall streets by Mr
J miues i Iuknighll, and oiinat the south-
east corner of the uspiuuLre by l'hifer ilros.,
imad 1 ithe :.,i rau tlius been let for a two-
.Lor brick iii tlie rear of l.airl's hard-
It can be truthfully said that Gaines-
ville in forging right aloug ou a building
boom. notwithstanding what the advo-
cates of the defunct saloons have said
about towns dying when saloons are
Mr. C R. Bagley, an expert soda water
dispenserr" formerly with Nunnally of
of Atl utta. Ga and Tills of Jacksonville,
ariiverl in lthe city Tuesday. having ac-
cepted a position with Miller & Vidal,
and will be pleased to get acquainted
with our people as fast as possible. Mn.
Blagleyv is pleased with Gainesville, and
promises to give soda fount frequenters
something first-class If they will call at
Miller & Vidal's.
The lpdies of the J. J. Finley Chapter
U. D. C. will hold memorial exercises on
fTuesday, April 26, at 9 a. na at the band
Will Speak In Gainesville. stand. The exercises will consist of a
Hon. Jne. N. C. Stockton, candidate short address by Christopher Matheson,
for United States Senate, and lion. N andl, by request. Mr. James Doig will
II. Broward, candidate for Governor, will give a discrmption of the battle of Gaines-
address the people of Alachua county ville. The exercises will close by the
in Gainesville on Saturday, April 30o, at bestowal of crosses of honor. T1he public
ro o'clock a. in. Hons. W. S. Jennings, is cordially invited.
candidate for the United States SenJate;
and I). II. Mays and C. Ml llrown, can- J. J. Finley Chapter.
didates for Governor, and other distin- The ladies of the 1. J. Finley Chapter
guished speakers have been invited to be sent this week to Mrs. W. J. Cook, chair.
present tmani of the soldiers home committee, a
This will be a splendid opportunity for box or clothing for the old soldiers.
voters and others who have not heard] These ladles now have two wards in the
thee distinguished gentlemen, or who home, and are bending their energles Int
have beard them and desire to hear them the direction of doiug all the good they.
again, to do so, and this will probably be can by comforting the few remaining old
their last appearance here during the heroes while they yet live.
Voters, come and hear them; don't Geiger Coming.
rely entirely on what others say about Rev. I,. I). Geiger. corresponding sec
them. but come and hear for yourselves. retary f the l"orlda Itaptist State Con-
Remember the time-April 30, no a. m vention, and one of the most prominent
Baptist divines in the'S.ate, will preach
Railroad Pay Train. in the First Baptist church, this city nest
ror the first time in two years or more Sinday at o10:30 a m., and 7;3J P mIN.,
the Atlantic Coast Line people sent ot and all members of the church are urged,
the old fashioned pay train this week, and others are requested to be present.
-. th._- .,. itarta of anyamv emn- r-
and gladdesU %Be."--- --
ployes by distributing among them cash
for the past month's salary.
ThF pay traLn wa a welcomed visitor,
Me it stopped at various points TueKlay
and4turaed lobma the cash.
Por the pat two years the check syN-
toa had bea in vogue oM this rbid.
Some lkU d th system, but we believe
that aelt. to py t I system Is
giing W very 2Muh satlSaetI aOMong
the ploeip ''
The overumr Ce-mhf.
We are requested to aonnouce that
Governor Jennings will be here to al-
drams the people In the Interest of bhis
Senatorial candidacy tomorrow, and it is
to be hoped that the people will turn out
and give him a reaspsefl bearing.
Dr, tAw etmery.
A splacie t- -bg lonmap saniary
tan, as k Mta-al *R a las
A*i w-a ^swiT^rT ^H -* -
A. 1. McAither siititel ligh Springs
on business Tuesday.
S'apt I C. 'a.ker, of laCrosne, win a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Sheriff I'ennell transactedi oflihial Ill-
nimes in High Sprni-gs Wedtnesdlmy.
S. V Duke of Dunrnellon was a visitor
to his family in this city Weduesday.
Bluy a peice of ldmd in Cuba. Write
J. 0. Andrews, Oalnesvllle, 'la. q5 9t
Capt. Theo. 1. Willard, one of the can-
dilates for sheriff, is in the city today,
Ml. R. March of Hf'gh Springs and Mr.
llarrod of Wide were In the city Wednes.
Bob MbcKlanstry anid Sydney Robertson
left yesterday on a slihor business trip to
D. W Tompkinr of Micauopy wss one
of the prominent visitors to the city yes.-
The primary is near at hand and vot-
ers should bear the candidates e"ery time
George L.. lBryant, of High Springs,
was a business visitor to the Central City
Mrs. J. E. Iurtz visited friends iin ighh
Springs Monday, returning Tuesday.
I,. C. Smith has returned from a busi-
ness trip to RocheUle, Palatks, and other
;. W. Roland, a valued subscriber to
the Star, was a tbutiness visitor to th,
Mrs. J. T. McMillao returned Weldnes-
day from Ocala where she visited her
brother, Col. L. Miller. I
Come to bear Stockton, Jenunlngs.
Broward, Urown and Mays soak in
OamAseville tatarday. May 3o, at lo a. m.
Mrs. Allen Hail5 and baby of Live Oak
arrived In he city Tuesday aft rnoog toi
spend a while with relative and frllead
Cespi. N. A. Ca.lia, the d-ew maa-
agmr of the besmt fl sri Park fhrm.
at Beaningtol, was in the *tvy Wedmes-
Jad. Roae traveligad nsw tattle of
the Cendtatl of y.wiA jSwbn *".
bhedqnaltwSe is jmkteelhie was In Be
city WadimmUary. '
C ah"'soa., of 0,,. a ,!
,^'-^B~fr *dafpi Jp l -x*
C. C', 1IIOMAS.
AITORlNI.V A r I.A W,
Opposite IBrown HIouse.
'l')ione No. 97.
CHRISTOI'HIR MATII .SON,
ATTOItNKV AT LAW,
Olice in Miller's Law Exchange.
$end Ybuv Laundf to
J. Runkle, Proprietor,
Your Chickens, 1Rggs
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds o( Country Pro-
Highest Prices 14r Coun-
try Produce, amd Bell as
Clheap as the Clheapest,
CALL ON .
Us when you want Ste-
pie and Fancy, Orocerles.
pive u i '1Trial.
,AINBSl, IWl O, RY COg
Ad4e ti'tse ent
n l' ,a ,,." i !/HII ,
County Superlntendent. County CommlsloiorP.
I hereby annaonice myself a candidate At the earnest solicitation of many
for the office of Superintendendent of friends I hereby announce myself a can-
I'uhlic Instruction or Alachua county, rldate for County Commissioner from
subject to tile action of the Desmocratic District No. 5. If elected I proalse to
'rluiary. land respectfully solicit the sup. faithfully and honestly discharge the
pIort of all democratic voters. dute of the offilce to. the best of my
Respectfully, ability. Respm tfully,
J. 0. KLI.uu. O.P. CANON.
County Uuperlntenident. County b Gmmrelfonstelp.
I asm a candidate for tihe olqa of u. At the eroes se follcitat of y -oula
perintenuleut of Public Instruction of my DemoomUe fnd I hrb
Alachua county, subject to the action of NOU l a- csindate SLosA s
the Democratic primary, and solicit h. a t teaVuttonofCtlou On
supportof Democratic voters. If elected. s oDstrct N o .t ,
I wfll favor retrenchmentt anI the pay-f ireelcttedo res Pt,-
"iment of the school debt th. pay. ties of the IL to the at my
J L. Kic.Lv. In the futurlae a I e la the Pst,
County Superlntendsnt, -- --
I hereby aslnounce myself a danddate County Troamrer.
for the office of uperintendent of Ptb. Fellow pamoeoats of A hebuia Counrt '
lie fnstruction of Alachas couSty, snbject I healbv announce myself as eqa ta :',!
to tlIe DvemocraticprimOsry, sad solici |ias da-e for resicticn to Umw ofieso fC '
support uf Deniocrstfc votf. If eleeted, Treenast r Ialsolkit I e sppbei 4 ."
I will use every honorable metlOd to liq Democraik voters during the iia .''
uimlate the county and sub-dsiet school and at the po -, '
lebts. M.y policy will be good schools, During my psent tnim
good terms, good teachers and common have trld to feder s-cW both
senee teaching of reading writing, spell- and ac t. a f eletd fo a
ng and arithmetic. Havin taught ttrm I In to 1e e f thf.t% yM;
very grada In the public s l" eflcent ta lhmft_,
,f Ibthis tateo, InctJtuding Institute and four in athe p"s.
terms Normal work. I am convinced of WM. aH.
,he Importance of mor earnet teacUhiq P. _
n the eletmientary studies. If Ut k ob pInnuti yoigu10 03.
Giao. M. I'vMCWU. r o worer to lha br th O.UP.W
County.,Judeo. I 9" t .' -"
I hereby announce myself as a candi -
late before the Democratic primary of '
kaechus county fo reelection to the ef- .
ice of County Judge. Having l_-tfll.y, i nlUi
bon"ealy and mpatially itl .rl d y
official duties in the past, I plede my
bonor to tcontilue to do so in tlie utsrse,
If elected, and will be very grateful for
the support of thbe Demiocratic vtater of
the county. |1. 0 %lAXON i
estdida (or the ofiea of Tax"s ^
Alaebua conaty, subject t tho .
I Wmlt do an
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ANOt)rl ii CR LCKER "
fIv-'s His Opinion of' -iIrrent As-
pirants for Office.
S -I'awthortie, Pln., April o
edlitor-Star: I was pleased to read in
the Star of yesterday that long letter
from "Cracker Voter,"' at Hope, In most
things I'agree with' "Cracker Voter'. per-
fectly, but I can't quite agree to all of,
his notions. I cail enmlorse every good
thing he. said about the Star, and could
a'Id more if it were'necessary, I agree
-ith him that this is a political year, and
that in the vicinlityof Hope there is much
farming going on, etc., anid I agree with
.lin, also, when lie declares that. "we
crackers are not going to go wild over
the candidates." I agree with him when
lie says we wait to keep posted about the
candidates, asnd to know something about
their fitness for the office. I agree.with
him that "Our Ho0b" is not the mtan mfor
governor ofr Flrida, but "I don't agree
that Broward i-. a better iniai for tlhe
placee than Jlro6vni is. I do believe how-
ever, that the- .race for governor is be-
tween Brown aond froward.
T agree mitlh liiiu when hid says that .the
coiity cA1ndidates have not paid much
attention to thle East Lu nl, but I can not
agree with everythiIng he says about waho
are the leading camn4datcs. lie
says tor Lhe .Legislature he is for Tenchl
and Rosborotlgh. They are. good men,
but I wound 'ike to know. what is the
matter iaith Tillmiiai and Hilleary.
"Cracker. Voter" thinks we, casi't get
along witihoni. Wash Fennell for sheriff,
and I heartily .agree with hitm on this
p0oiut, though we hate terribly to see two
such iren as Hague and. Willard "beaten.
We have no fight to make on his idea of
who is the best man for county -commlis-
sioner. Weinmay possibly vote together
there. We agree with him that Stockton
and I-.t is are the inen- for the places they
want, andl Dell miiaa .possibly lead for
clerk of the court, but if he does Samt
Wienges will certainly be. mighty close
beltlnd iimit. Iloth are good mneli, and
would make good clerks, anild we are
sorry that botll of then can't be elected.
"Cracker Voter" has it right about
cotluty superintendents; it will be be.
tween Keliey and K elimi, and thie uir-
tance between thict will be very short
[The reader wiil observe that "Another
Cr icker" says nOthing about the caifdi-
la es for State- Superititendent of Pablic
In iucilion, toes he. consider then out-
o' 'i.- r;ace, unworthy of notice, or )have
hi-e niiit ta.ikedi enough yet for their
alnis iani I f inches to he.kiiown throughout
ti', leilgt ainl readlth of the land of
,. 11.i ?] I'rTok -
There is much btaiildii.. nio v goiig0t o1
in G liiliesville (Crawvford &: D)aviti' large
fiue Irick stables will sooim be ready for
octilp ni 'y. imi.Il will ie oie o
KIL iN AoT E itr ,iZOM M :it SPRINS,. Sam, it,,>k,,. ,ti .'Ned.-.\iscisut Pjeiti(,er[ 4+ou-V1mr nts. PIitraq l
SI I I I--T rrel tres lve, ith vi ,.d<|iarlerN iill thils ...... ....'
A KILLI NG AT Entertalnmcnts, Picnics, Pay Train, ci6y, left sierl,) 0 A usi 1. trip to A.ou.ceen1t4 Mnderthe above hea, (. ''
lPolltica, Etc. l.eeuLhirg nud other point so.nth. of reasonable length, will be publisli ed 1 hereby anIponce iylf a
AIhfbUIUAAp. 2., emmantim11i1 e very issue of the TWICic-A- for R.eannoune.=yw UR
OL ALACHUA. R, Sp p.,-t .S" ,ilt-s,f.r,,erlv-T front nOW -mtl lthe ca-.' Ram
S, Eii:,lto, St air:-r We~ hnillv -.. r se .,,emch l arI Air I.ine ratilr.ml ti thi cit'., but paign is over for $5 for each announce action of the Democrr'5"'
tiein t, Stnar 'lrom i.iSh,. t ,e ,t tl own itn ,sow n mo, n... oI,,,ienIt ,it,,i,,r.a.l 1n, ..illih ,ent. THN CASH must accompany the i onofthe supportofy
Florial.n, il aw elicn ,e reminetl.r the ,irt 't heiilr, t,trtt.rs i Taihtl.,- ,. .. he ecopy for each announcement. Announce- solicit the support of my
Joe Slhaw, \Viite Killed A. S. J. that ..m paper Las i large c, ....i. -a .i sst.; mnc this pe ; ."imu notc dnn't% a '. Or.'. L
Allen Colored. here. ve are at n lss t know y >ou a'e you,,ed .,.l.n' lar t.,wc.rie '.l igaturei. ,O t %LOtture. 5.
le hhave lnt .-.,,. a regular corresponideint others have trild it tnl ,n.namned it | To the Voters o1fAlacha Couinty:
-. .here. },o. ,I lI"or salhe ai ". Ii. li.;iddltins' liru Clerk Circuit Court. Without the-alightest unk.and.M :
n PART.IES1 v. U N H E '. ; v l.e1' r 1i. ly .Wt..avei ". a'.h'. a,, l'.,.t 'e ,r"g ., .. the ,l,.tie,1,,. ,.r.,. or ^Alcmla Co tyunty: for those who did not vot forje a.
IT P.T S K~NO\ H. -sch,.,l clhim. ani euj,,ale emi.rtaiiinmeit e t,,a" 41 1. A si..tplih-1... It I gh s ptilum.. V lth e %itte Eecutive Comumittee last timry and a hnart naorfala l go ,
__ .ria. night, an the lulh anI lu ie .. Claitoll., unltr a iul .i l, uiliit, hiit% t'l. tl-Ii. the ,.itlh of May for holding for t'o who did, I again ow fa
Fu "eipre.-setl were lhi. p in Ihe. eiijoyvmentt If of Jackso;iville. W a l' it- ci .it vi w wtr a'ttiiu.,rv lh.nton. I herely announce onorable position saoons your te -."
Could Not ( let FuiParticulars tine wcio;ion. hoir. veiterdl.iy t'mnarut1e ta.'k hnme ;'t.ct.slf a. ,;(imlilate for tme position of sentatives in the unet Generaly &sa l ^y.'.
I .t'hrk mf tilie 'ircamit i'mirt of Alachua -Support me if I am right, support. We 0
--Man Slain Was Minis- The Ne\ (Ceiitmiv Cliii, mnet at Mrs. fIrom lnlh .Sprirns.. Mr. Cluton in fn- ,iit,. aI I t slicit ioti only the vote, long as I stay right and leasys ma l .
t and Te ooe1r. C ,InWool'. hlome lF.ia. afternioo.i. v.artlv l npressau l ith the fltliri of hut tihe .ip,,i-it t of llmy fricienla to secure wwien I go wrong. dome say we havi t"o
ter and Teacher. ie ol.i f..mimnr pav train w-, a ,i el- t.. milesville. nd hlie iln- locate here i -V eltaati. if cte ,I promise to lmany law already. Granted-i ty
r iir tetil m iiiii i rierform th,. i iliii itof.f time rml-e faithfully were all good ones, but many are ueles
Ifforimatiol reached the cityysterlay couied .ight in I ligh Spiing l nst < th" Ia futre mtll lly. I ilake this rise knI Wing some absolutely pernicous and aboul
afternoon of the killing ofAS J. Allen,. lay. afctr ani alsenieie of maloiti t% oi \a-., I in, .liho)e ihepairtineit you will find a thoroughly whait thuie a uttes are. *They be wiped off the statute book. eAing a'
a colored -mtinister and teacher well. durllig hnchl tiine the check h ..it.lia has cominltle lie uof sriig shoes. VoU have already een learned y experience, democrat I will abide by the actio
known il this city, by Joseph Shaw, a bee. iia vogue lher re with the .tail min h,11141t exiilinIv, oulille eCefae ipurclhas- inli I truSt lhut all liemiliOu.tic voter tihe primary. Vi i good will toward all..-
iknowng elewere lie alsle amnJl at to see miay consider ny appeal i tmaskiug their Imen. I am yours truly1
A hite.mana at Alachua.- eople. our ippln)es (.r.il, I.lei. il lPtent Kill," selection. JOHN W. TENCH.
We tried to get particulars about the Our asoitlhy nluitshal, Capt. C. C. liar- i i a teautI artistic, ?. slish, amnl iraIce- kapectIlfy, lymLislotum.
killing but reports were very conflicting. well, who has l eet down a loig" time ful, I il ost am Ily ..'. 0. '1mnie AMUBI H. IN.n;s. .olicted by" siany friends, I annonc
From what could be' learned it seen with a stibliorn case of hemntatisii is i an try on a ar. lerk Cr. toult Co t.ielf a candidate for Repreuentativ
.that th slain stand the-slayer had -an alter- able to Ibe on dulty 1 agaii,, ld I, *I ln1erl- lt. Metlil "Coltl'ell, the eypr .lchsplte.l, Cieut |Ienoca ofAlchua ount: Iromu Alachua county lain the netLa
cation which led to the killing, but what ous friends are delighted. of Interlacle.r wlhu ,imake reg>.lar plo- I hchiy ,ln,-e my.selt a candidate ure, utecta to theele c a
calisedlthe altercation could not bedeti- Elitor Codwin. of the Star, was cross fes.umiil visits to G(iineville, namS at ile ior Clerk of the tirecut Courtof Alachua- as ed that plthelreinte ol|tNwillbe
finitely learned; reports being very con- ring foie paws with ligh .Springs friends Itrowin House several
Allen was well known in
n gro. Shaw was also well known here, There hlav been several enjoyable iic- I he bankrupt stock of gooIs funrmerly Rlielecifully, mbi..r problent in that State.
bhavi been reared at Alaclmla where hlu nics on tiae river near the city recently. ownedl by II. I.-l'owell, at High Spring-, J Axt'v I1.1.. A. U. IIILLEARV.
father, Mr. Jesse M. Stlaw lias log been While High Sprlngs people are not was sohl at public oulmry by the sheriff Sheriif. Legialature.
a weUl-to-do andt highly respected farmer, saying as much about politics as is being on Weildnesday. Mr. M. It. Staimtders of o hlit \'voters of Alachua county : I here'uy announce myself a candida te
aild good"citizen. said in some other quarters, our people this place was thie biayer, the price paid I herelby announce myself a candidate for Representative from Alachus county,
are not wholy disinterested. We want bring 1,5o00. Mr. I'owell will conduct ftr lrth o'tofce of Sheriff stiject to the im the nex t.Legislature, subject toItle
-m ctimim of thle next l Deinocrutic primary. action ot the Democratic primary. f
-Prairie Creek Pnic.nic the best utmen for office nill along thie line, the closing out of the stock for Mr. If elected, I promise to discharge the elected I prome to serve the p as
The picnic and fish fr a rairie Creek Our people, we believe, are very well sat- SaLuiluers. datties of the office to the very heat of ui faithfully asI canu aid. I solicit the sup-
Thaesday was well attended and ra ofe idied with iost-tof the candidates advo- Do not fail to attend the speaking here ability, amd I solicit the support of all port of my fellow democratss at-the polW.
the candi-ates for the L slaure amm cated by the Star hut sote of themncain on April- 30, by Sto(ckton, Jetnnings, votersat e ls Rspectfully, I
m la t sor tie Legisature -ain t io t ... uid "rstaid -why tlte. -t r i i r Respectfull -ur. : fuD G h.
county offices, spoke in the interest of I"ot .At u. ers. ap. w y t., ro a l oiv May. C. HAGUK. --
their respective candidlacies. lieutral regarding State Superintcnsdent others. The speaking will be at lo a. tim. Legilatue.
When dinner tiie arrived a bountiful and Governor. It will be only ten days before the firot .- rl ff D democratic voters of Alachua couatyi
When dinner time arrived a bountiful .-oT i, o thie DeI)itoratic Voters" of Alachua [respectfully anmnotuce myself a cadi
and p)alatable supply was spread, an i the -"" p-. rarm y and all who can shoa d avsail County: dtefor te gatr ad soi
candidates and people enjoyed it ils. Vote for the Pollowlir tlheinselves of the opportunity to fee anmid embrace this sniethod oi1 expressing support. I will abide by the action of
itensely, and it is safe to say that man4ty hear the d(istinktislted candidates. my warmest appreciation for the con- the primary. ours tr il y,
of those who were present enjoyed the At the eetin ofthe earst Anti-Trust Capt. I. S. Sutton, fotlnerly steriffof. ftieice yot placed, in te in 1896, and & "J. A. RosO voll.
o theahue heol In packrontville Ario 7y tlte .h1.il m m -. .. cotlntQusly front that date to tthl, and .
loaves sind fishes fully as well or better League held mi Jacksonville Apr 1.vy county, but uow iholdll'Inktdesir able n trust that yotu r confided e has ervisor of Raeistratle .
tnh oifollowimng leros wrr ..tiionislyre-- sincerely trust that your onfidence has Slpelir1!or of Registration.
-than they enjoyed the speaking. llowitg pertsond wer tunei.f orb y re- position at one of the phosphate tusines not been bettrayed. I haveedeavored, to TotheDefiocratic Voters of AlachuaCo.:
The Star man could not be present, but e voted for by Hearat er Newberry, wa-i-a pleasant utnd prof. the very beat of my ability, to do my I ama candidate or the Offcof uptf
he is lold that the candidates all acquit- supporters at tlhe primary on May to; table caller at this office wednesday duty, regardless of person or t e conse- visor of Registration o"f Alachun county,
.a i at, mi)l elegatea to the Natiotinl Conivention -,."......i .... .,,, quemcee to myself. hlow well I have suc- and repctully solicit the auD of my
ted themselves nicely. at elegates -o eai tr Capt. ttton-recently. had the nisortuo yo to jge. ha ve D ocac trend at the pi r. ay
S .arge--John S. Beard "'' to get his hand badly n.aasled around the Imeei encouraged to believe hat my et- th. Thanking you- iu advaceefo yoWi
trouser In St L W. J. Bryan, A. Carso phosphate plant aud It has caused himt forta have received tie approval of the support, I anm Resectfully
tro Delegates to the National Conventionst nitmici pal and I conventiece. We trust peaceful- law-loving citf.etia of our .- D. A. ROBlsa stW .
The following is from the St. Lbuis for the -econd listrlct-T:,. Aiderson, will. n co"ve usnty, o wltch I an truly thankful l. 1 .-- -- -
G1,Ite.I)emocrat of a recent date, aid J. e T.B owden e w sootM recover the use of thle A" atia .ca.didat fr te offi of Mmbr ol r.
will be of interest to tthe friends of Dr. Members forte State Den.:jcratic Conl- o Vh-ther (o0. I A Ther is can- and praise, il re ciaeted, to reamse my nounce hlm a cndioAte for Seby r n .
tiune i this clty: "" uitteeat Iaorge -J. W. Adanms, Dr. War. ,., ,"', -" .. b. u er b' s duties unfettered with any pro11ise to the Alachuas County School Board, Irwd
"Rev. J)r. Clarence Ii Strouse of Keii- ren Anderson, N. A. 1litch, Joltin M. tnplati einm a rki ii the fur -i special favors. and shall endleavor n the District No. x, subject to the c l
u.C.kv, who has lbee holding ievaigelistic liryan, (I, (. Codrltigton A, Craw- or tlt hidv business we are not exactly future, as ilt tLie past, to.do myy duty the the Deamocratie primary to be he M
services tt the LFayette Park -Southern ford l Herbert J. Dodd ). IT. letter, prepared to say, but one thig we know, best I know low. Iiromlait. f elected to, and they solicit- the support of ai'-
S" ........ h .... Herr lin. ... 1e a [,has a great variety of Il(ties Inl hlis ps or defeated inot to tbe a candidate for the Democratic voters both during th e i-
Methilist.cliurcl, will preach tomiorrqw Witn. iliocker, J. M, Lamar, Guy-I. Met- '" a.office -at.- RespectfulH"- -dmdat thepalso..
night at the C itanne S intliern Miethodist calf, II. Milton, Jir., 11. S. Phillip. sesslol. Tie l Illes.cauuie from netighbor- a P palg a t- pl election
church, on Goodfeilo w and ilartismer ave- 'residential electors -J. C. If. Koonce, ing ht mg groups recently., som Cun ty CommlMea l r. ;
lites. t.e is to co.utiltmue at that.church m i. Il. Ston"enian, I. P. -Bailey, A. .. New-t of the ,anuninals were slain by Mr., sheriff y announce my ad .'
every a(ternmoon and evening lor the -nxt o.-. Jetuit" / 'tliriaer hiniei-f. The .liles are froiou will li a cmb for hf at- h yom oner rom c iida i
tO.j. T. /A..'Jen s1i jigs. bear. deer, I .. ii l eats, raccon Sherilf, Anti respectftilly solicit time i -' 4. su bjectomtennlimrfironyta. district -
teniys. Mrs. Sroise will singKatech lear, ler foes, il cats, ra cco ,rt of tie voters of tiis conlat ysu t to the primary, and sotiit the
ref tle services Try Pagan's market for b est nmeuts. k.lnk, etc., and some of liem are ibea- coming primary. Again tlslan in the dismirt pledgof helan eonomUical am n t.
Jo V- e.ton ofMicanopyiat ifully tanmed, with the Itmr still ion lihelmm. voters for lly election as Representative, =o pledla l eooi n oc al&adim
o lAn Experte toi of Mlica opy' is at ttile ill am ever .partial a lin- -istrtion of %h afa ir a
An Expert Dispgser. lros mmhouse. T'lifo. II. WI.i.ARtD. te oce If lecte.
....A A.A MCRAE
YORK FOR PAK
4Democrats in State Convention Practically
., Name the Presidential Nomine.,
.; .. ., ,M* .
M IG HWAS1 HAMON TbA is asfollows:
IIl of New Yerk, in re.
Sge of fidelity to the
n bq p iolples of Jeffersonulaf
Tammany Pacified by Being repeatedly enunciated la
iven Plae on Deleg aS and state platform., maki
en e n further declarations upon the na
'tion F.rom the State tlonal Issues of the -hour, reserving ai
i Tro expression upon state Issues until th't
.. fall convention, whe estate candidate;
-. .are to be nominated.
NatieonaitaVSptlon at St Louis la EK- 1. This tI a government of laws, no;
#e80W to e;atify Action of Pivotal of men; one law for preldfhts,- cabi
nets and people; no uaur'patipn; hn
State- tUll Text of Plat. executive encroachment upon the legis
form Adopted. Ratlon or Judicial department.
$-31. We must keep uIivJolate th(
A special from Albany, N Y., says; Pledges of our treaties: we. must re
The democrats of New York present to nDew and relnvigoats Within oureelvel
that respect for laW and that love of
the democracy of the union, the name iberty and of peace which the spirit
of Judge Aeton Brooks Parker as thel4 of military domination tends inevita
S candidate for president. This action bly to weaken and destroy.
Was taken in a way that shows 4udge 8. Uneteadtl national policies and a
Parker to be the choice of all demco-" -al dsU Mpirlt .of adventure engender
cratic elements represented in its sat t4IflrUM that check, our commercial
Sonentlon. There was but one point rowpth; let us have peace, to the end
of difference. one division, and that that business oonfidentd may be re-
SMtad relation onlyto t he manner I stored and that our people may again
which thb name of this favorite son In trgnmullIty enjoy the gains of their
"1 New York should be presented a toil.
tL Louis. It was a difference of opin CorpoW0tion o chartered by the
ion and of Judgment as to the best state Must be subject to Just reguco t
toned. To at uggeteon towat ay tlon by the stat ppen the people st of tle
means to attain the end toward whi 1O ;txatien- for public purpose.
K all New York democrats are movingr92 Y;.vSO oernment partferfhip with
-the nomination of Parker. The -roteated monopolies.
.tame of no other candidate wa rMen -*, 0p93oRte to trusts and comblna-
tioned. The suggestion that any ale.. tioe. that Opprese the people and.stifle
menat of New York's democracy 1YvOVr healthy industrial competition.
any other candidate was not even re' 0. A check upon extravagance in
motely or inferentially made. ublie expenaditres; that the bardeD
The division was as to the best of lbe people's taxe may be lightened.
means to attain the nomination 01 7. A reSOQble t1vlylon of the tarim;-
Judge Parker. The speakers repre ieee#qs 4detupon AImported, I LW msa
renting both sides view with one an t rial t*eifl heavily upon the manu-
other In their expressions of admirna faoturer, apr a menace to thn Amerl-
tion for the distinguished Jurist an 'Ma WagEe-earner and by Increasing
of their desire that there should bd the eos.t of production shut, out ouj
done only that which would best pro products from the foreign markets,
'.:. mote his candidacy. Those who fa- 8- Maintenanoe if state rights and
o...cred the Instructions method wa i home rule; no centralizatlon.
b"t' lt'cilculated to Impress upon othc 9. HoneUty in the public service;
StatOM the sincerity of New York's. u viln*ce *l the. prevention of fraud,
pt. I rt; those who favored the highly firmness ln the punishment of guilt
ad e s when deteeted.
complimentary resolution submitted by t0, The tapeartl maintenance of
the minority, contended that an nin tbhe rights of labor and capital: no un-
.strated delegation made up of Judge ealul discrimination' no abuse of the
SParktr's friends and acting under the powers of 14w for favoritsm or op-
.ulnt rule was calculated to exert the proession.
te S er influence at St. Iluis, an The dempeoraeoy of New York. favors
S they ave their reasons. All the ad the nomination of that distinguished
i, vance predictions of a sensational coa- democrat ant eminent Jurist of our
cntio fight full of biter personal a state, Altoit Brooks Parker, and the
takes felto the ground. However, tbhe delegates selected by this convention
Slt Was carried, o other floor of th ae hereby instruoted to present and
AOlVention, as Victor Dowllng predict. support suo.h nomination at the apn
-;, but It was entirely devoid of gen. preaching national convention.
a1a1ioAlAfsAm and practically free frorq That, the said delegates are hereby
Jeronalltles or bitterness of any klnTd' further Inqtructed to act and vote as
TammanyGilven a Place. a unit in all matters pertaining to said
couvTentlon -In accordance with the
dheo Instructions resolutions were will of the Majority of the said dele-
'adopted by a vote of three hundre gates; and the said delegates are fur-
and one to one hundred and forty-nine. thor authorlaed'to fill any vacancies
Then the convention adopted unani- which may arise from any cause In
mously the report or the committee on said delegation, in case of the absence
f' convention delegates with the follow- of both the delegate and alternate.
Ing big four:
David B. Hill. of Albany; ltdward List of Delegates to t. Louise.
Y. Murphy, of Troy: James W. Ridgeway Among the district presidential elee-
'" of Brooklyn; George Ehrett, of New torts are: leader Strauss. Robert B.
S Yqrk. Roosevelt, 'Hugh J. Grant, Herman
',. the substitution of the name of i idder and John D. Crimmins.
George Ehrett, who is a Tammany I The list of the delegates to the na-
a.. wn,was designation by leader Murphy Ional convention follows: Perry Bel-
fDto that of August Belmont and was nat. P. H. McCarren, George H. Lind-
.a, 'etrined upon shortly before the say. Martin W. Littleton. Controller
I, e onetion assembled for Its night hes Edward M. Grout, Andrew L .Sulli-
|. I lon vst, formerly postmaster of Brook-
;.; -With the certat that the. rea) ly<; James Sherlin, Congressman T.
Wit .bhslne- of the ceort iutn ..itat te. Dt Sullivan. Congresman Buiser, John
buna of nthecnveion wou& 10 Fox, Iwle Nlxon, Mi Worley Palat-
~ evelop until the night sasim lo the ek,. Bird I. Coler,. William MeAddo,
chip? laterest of the mornt'g and a burke Ooctran. Robert A. Van
rty afternoon centered aronsil ttbe ar- Wo, Char les A. Towne, Thomas V.
.ival of the special trains bri-ls a n Glady., Harry Payne Whitney. Jet-
'the big Tammany delegation and about ferason M. lAvy, former Postmaster
th. ab rehing club from Judge Parker's Charles W. Wayton. Ass Bird Gardl-
b otome county which early in the day now, William Temple Wmbett, John N.
p1aslsd back and forth through the Carlial9. Elliot PF. Danforth. CGeorge
bW.ltesq section. Rates and John B. Stai~bhflld.
S DII IN CLOSE EMBRACE. INTERSTATE BUIT WITHDRAWN.
Woman Resorts to Poison to gnd Fro.
quent Matrimonial Quarretla
9 Mr. and Mrs. C... Clone wre
_.01kmd dead in each other's arms at
Ibe.y .room in a lodging house in
QOidea, Utah, Hunday night. It it be-
liwed by the police that the woman
gt1 poison d tel husband then her-
*f. Stope bad t fy ed to let her have
rge hischl8a e Pidren b-ytformer wife
44d bt had been the eatse of fre-
Sft'q barrels between tlo two. Jeal-
'pt Stone's sister, W Mo' bad
of the children, is suowe to
'Ova "the caaropt lA* nAmW'
at P.a "gtlity4.ixth
G0orgia an4 Tennesseso's Trouble- Over
Copper Pumes Ie Ended.
The case of the state of Georgia
against the state of Tennessee pending
In the United States supreme court
tor tbe purpose oe securing an l tnqa
tldu to prevent certain copper com-
paktlea at Dukttown. Tenn., from roast-
ing eopper- -Idsulphur ore in open
air, thereby destroying the vegetation
In. several d C$f Georgia counties, was
dismissed onday, ,by that court upon
motion of p t ftrey General Hart and
09,p i.sl At6~eV Johnson, representlog
be etM of GeorgIla.
$rOODE_ OVER BURTON CASE.
*aIDr nel.gi, President ef RIalto Se-
.oulrite OomMpany. Dies e suddenly.
Shyflbleas Who attended Major
D nle, president -of the
Llto,,Ggtaln and, Security Oompany.
A it. Louis, whose sudden death eni
i his coanmction with the CeI, In
t hld Unit e States Snttcr J., R. ir-
uitEsso was rwactitlyr pavoted,
That. Ms -. Dinalis' deash q i
Sofrom' ,cttlAttail bra''st *ve
im st,, air v ton. ,
18th Y N JUYT~a(
ihrll "Maw- <
SDEATII ist" TTI YY WO'
Three Mes -Ae bs d Qf n- att S
Sapiefoen en- MIeri-Hoew Big ,
W~rsh *Se Bave"
0 T p ef #teisen who were ib
urm I sW terrible eXpiloeio oan
bOtdiR the battle ship Missouri at ta-r.
gA practice off Pensacola, na., are
dead as a result. The total lit of dead
now numbers thirty-two,. one manU a h-
ink expired Wednesday light and two
Thursday. It Is hardly prtiballe that
other deaths will occur.
There is slab one man of the turret
crew missing from the ship, it is the
general opinion that he was either
blown, overboard or else escaped from
the turret by jumping overboard, be-
ing crazed with pain and with the exoz
otement that then prevailed on the
ship he was not missed.
The fdnetal of seventeen of the sea-
men occurred Thursday afternoon and
each ship of- the heet was represent-
e. Pully five thousand men were
present, while thousands from the city
of Ppnsacela were it attendance., ev-
ery place of business being closed for
the afternoon nd flags over all build-
lngs placed at half-mast
The bodies of the officers and eight
of the seamen were shipped to their
former homes, and the others are be-
'ig held to await advices from rela-
The Missourli will not.: conclude her
target practice, but -will go to New
York to be docked as coon ts the court
of Inquiry makes ts findings.
The damage to the battle ship Js
ciuch greater than was at first stated
In addition to the large amount of am-
men:tion rained by the magazine be,
Ink flooded, which will amount to
thousands- of dollars, the after turret
is almQ badly injured, the top being
burned away, and all brass work melt-
ed Inside. The hoist is a charred
mass, and the mechanism of the guns
completely ruined. The damage real-
lixd from the explosion w:ll reach
$0,000.. This Is the estimate placed
upon it by some naval ofmcere.
The entire navy department Is stun-
ned by the. appalling catastrophe.
Toat the newest battle ship of the
iavy had a narrow escape from both
being blows to pieces by the explosion
oa a.magastne and also be:ng beached
came to light Thursday.
Captain Cowles prevented Lae latter
whei the vdassel was with n 350 yards
of the beach by giving orders that the
ship's course be changed, and Chief
Gunner's Mate Monson saved the ship
and the lives of over six hundred men
by closalig toe open magas:ne,
When the first explosion occurred in
the turret the men. in the handling
room knew in an Instant what had oc-
curred. The big magazine door was
open and standing against it were four
charges of powder. Without a mo
tment's hes'Lation Monson shoved these
aslde and Jumped into the turret and
pulled the door closed after him. The
magazine was totally flooded with wa.
ter-and when the men opened the door
they found Monson barely alive, water
having reached his neck.
BOLT IN NEW JERSEY.
Hearst Men Withdraw from Corven
tion and Act Independently.
At Trenton, N. J., Thursday a prac-
tically harmonious domo-ratio state
conventIon of more than 1,200 dole
gates to elect delegates to the nation-
al convention at St. Louis. which se-
lecred an uninsti-rocted delegation, was
followed hy a bolting convention of
the supporters of William Randolpht
The bolt convention nominated dele-
gates at large and delegates from five
congressional districts. These will go
to St. Louis and contest the seats of
the men selected at the rcgm.ar con.-
CHINESE GOING WRONG.
They are Supplying RussIlans With
Food Stuffe and Japa are Angered.
Japanese Journale express much
discontent. salya a dispatch from Toklo,
at China's failure to enforce or at-
tempt to enforce neutrality qn the
Lieao river, where the whole district
has been allowed to become a source
for supplying Russian with food stuffsa*
JELKI GOE8 TO MEXICO.
Alabama Governor Seeks Health on
the Advloe of Phyelolane.
Hon. William D. Jelks. governor ot
Alabama, aocompanled by his wife
and. daughter, left Thursday for Las
Vegas, N. K., In search of health.
The governor's health sla badly rus
clown and on medical advice he will
oeek rest nla a high altitude. He ex-
pecta to be gone several weeks. Lieu-
tenant Governor R.-M. Cunningham.
who sl in ltrope, has'been cabled to
come home' and take charge of the
executive office after the expiration of
PALL RIVER MILLS CURTAIL.
Twenty Corporateton to Close Twa
Days a Week Nfr indefinite Time.'
Tweaty of the corporationss In Pall
River, wsa.. engaged in the mtanutac.
L atof print clothe, cidatrollUng sixt
five milli,. bae etewed Into an magree-
meir to eurtail prdueUota hy shuB-.
tUpg dewa twq des a week. The tq-
tftla is e toaudttled eooadtloase i
thu aettem ailt u larlita. d
Continue to Follow the Rus-
sian Navy at Port Arthur.
Canadian Metropolis Suffers Loss of
Ten Millions by Fire Which
Swept Wholesale Distrlot.
Fire iawopt through a section of the
wholesale business district of Toronto.
MORE WORK OF THE JAPS Canada- Tuesday night, causing a 1
which will run up into the millions.
TIrpedeo -Ctreyer Blown Up and
PortyPlve Russians Meet Death.
BattlueMbp Pobleda Rune Upon
Mine and is Diamaged.
A X Associated Preos dispatch says:
It was officially announced In St. Pe-
tersburg Thursday that the torpedo
boat destroyer, Bestrashnl, was cut oft
from the rest of the Russian fleet at
Port Arthur and sunk by the Japan
en; that her crew was lost, and
that the battle ship' Pdbleda accident-
ally, struck a m1ie while maneuver
Ing, but was able to return to thn har-
bor without loss of life.
The Bezistrashni was sent out d'.r:r
Ing the night to reconnoit[r. Jhe Eep
rated from the rest of the fleol ow ing
to the bad weather prevailing ano
was surrounded by Japanese torpedo
boat destroyers and was sunk in tho
Forty-five officers and men perished.
while five were saved.
Admiral Ouktomsky transmluted to
St. Petersburg the following dispatch:
"I have taken command provision-
ally of the fleet since the disaster to
the Petropavlovsk. During the mt-
neuvers of 'the battle ships of the
squadron tRe Pobluda struck against a
mine amidship on the starboard ideo
She was able to rega!p port by lierself
None on board her were killed or
The Pobleda Is a battleship of 12
674 tons displacement, and of 14.500
horse power. She Is 401 1-4 feet Ings
has 71 feet beam and draws 2G fdet el
water; and is heavily armored with
gteel. She was completed in 1901., his
a complement of 732 men. Her en i
mated speed is 19 knots. The stole.
armor of the battleship- varies In
thickness from 4 to 9 12 Inches along
her belt The armament of the Poblo.
dai consists of four 10-Inch guns. eleven
4-inch guns, sixteen 8-inch guns. ten
13-Inch guns and seventeen 14 Inch
geahs and six torpedo tutifs.
The official bulletin Thursday con
vying the loss of another torpe.in
boat and the accidental -rrlppl!ng of
another battle ship was almost as, so
vere a blow as the loss of the Petro.
pavovak Wednesday, and plungoil the
whole city anew into gr'oef.
Did Makaroff Suicide?
Stories of the loBs of the Rutaslait
battle ship Petropavlovsk that ro-clheo
Che Poo areto the effect that tho ves-
sel was sunk by the Japanese, andi
that Admiral Makaroff, realizing that
he had been defeated and that his ship
was going down, blew out h's brains.
His action was followed by L number
of the officers and many of the crew
As he shot himself, the III fifteJ adnt,
ral Is reported to have said: "Rurhi p
disgrace; to be beaten bY barbarlnn '
Vine Admiral Skrydloff. commander
of the Russian Black sea fleet, will sut-
ceed the late Admiral Makarinff as
commander In chiel of the Russ an na
val forces In the Par. East.
Messages of Condolence.
An Associated Prss d!spatch from
Paris says; Preslduar loubet ha.
telegraphed to Emperor Nicholas Iii,
profound condolences on the disas >vi
to the Petropavlovsk and the death of
This dispatch, together with he,,i-
of Emperor William and the king 01
Italy, sent previously, Is rogardedr as
significant of- the acceptance of thI-
European governments that the hlnk-
Ing oG the Petropaviovsk was duo to a
accident and did not occur during a
battle with the Japanese ships. The
officials say confiolences over the re-
sutit of a battle might involve quas-
tions of neutrality.
Panama Matter in the Senate.
The senate Thursday began consi.
eratlon of the b'll providing for the i
government of the Panama canal zone
MAKAROFF BRAVE OFFICER.
Sad Fate of Ruslan Admiral Creates
sue news. or tue .. .. ..tli-i
The fire started in a factory in Well-
inglon street, about 9 o'clock. In less
than an hour the flames had spread
frcm building to building on both sides
of the street until the whole block was
a mass of flames and the fire was tit.
terly beyond control of the local de-
partment. Appeals were Eent to e/ery
surrounding city. were fire apparatus
could be obtained, asking for assist
ance. Montreal, London, Hamilton and
Buffalo at once responded.
.it was believed A t i o'clock that
the fire wes iuider control. l)int a suid-
den shift in Ibh wind again finnedo
the flami-s into a roar an>d clouds of
sparks and burning brands were car.
ried down sido streetii until three eni
Iii-n blcksa wore doomed.
The firemen were making a gallant
fight amid the falling buildings and a
mntts of tangled w'r'os. but their -f.
forts at inldnlght seented to be frilt-
Chief Thompion of the fire del-art
merit and 0Gir.', ioii% I,(-l4. of .11on
treal, were cut off by the flames while ,
directing the work of firmiten from a
rouf. Thompson Jumpedl six stories '
.he ground and es'naped with a bitroke:
leg, a mass of tangled wires break
ng his fall ne.ir the ground. Do keo
has not bten seen since. and It Is be-
Iloved be perished.
From the Ciirtlis warchotiboi on Weil-
l:,glon street. where It originally, -the
fir pre a sr al will i astiinilng raiithllIty to
tho west, and the: rrn-a.-" a clean sweep>
up Wellington Btrec-t to the Queen's
hotel. Tim thick fire walls of the ho
tol and the conrepnrniefd efforts of the
fire fighters stopped the flames.1here.
hut In tho meantime the fire hadl swep;
across tho street and thel block 01
buildings from Bay street west to the
National Clubi was wiped out.
At Ihat lime the firemen believed
Jhat the fire was under control, biut
a shift In the wind sonl the flames
roaring down Bay street anil destroy
ed every building on both sides of
the street from the National Club to1
Nothing could resist the force of
the flames as (T My swept down Hay
c'rlet toward the I*le and the fire
men fought bn1 k ithe fir from side
store 8. conflninIhg I, h- fir, zoite to lt.-
one thorough ire whrlir-'ver poaslhilt'.
Several ,,Jrame liiitldings which
threatened to Intis, a spread of thilie
fir were I-loxwn up with dyninilte
I lops enialleil Is c-silmated at
RUSSIANS QUIT KOREA.
Last of Czar's Scouting Parties Fore.
ed Out of Hermit Kingdom.
trol of Korea. and that the Ittuslan
Authentlt. advihts front Seoul. Ko-
rea, dated the 12th Instant, declare
Ihat tle Japattnes? areo it complete con-
trol of Korea antI lhat the Russian
scouting Iparti. t aiS o rt-llri nat ross
tho Yaltu before the Japanese. who o<.
ce1iLed Wjilu practically without cre
Hi tli nc-.t n o.
The Japani.-, ar ,1,it, s lii lid Int l,
twoi fti'." nB. i, l l .%ly ,P ilioi nary pIe -,
roasts nndi i iher fr a, i iIpal Ion
The former, nilinuiorinl.g -t15'.lI1I, ii s d.
vnncing to tithe 1Yal 1 antlI the later.
ronslating (f 1.,.11,)1 r 'or-.rvers. Is malt
Ing far nilght.l omnilnhicatlon ar.
i angenionis wlith lh headlqquarters a:
SSeont,l where there is a garrison of
Thile headquarters of the transpoott
servile is at Chlutnnlpo. Railroad build
Ing and road grading Is progressing
rapi.dly. The fortifiention of rlojeJo
Island. at liho nitiith of MNIsumpo liar-
bor, which proteoia s'io sotthorn ter
m'nus of overland .communication, al-
Re Rguard. the i-ssane t(o Vladlvostoekl
anj Port Artlhr through Broughton
Forty transports of H-IalJn are sup.
po10-d to I-ae l-inded pirt of their
ferr e at Tal-Ptshin, and It IP the ev-
Idont Intention to disembark a second
ray at( Yongampo preparatory Ito
forcing tho Yalu.
GATHERED AT JERUSALEM.
World's Fourth Sunday School Con
".Lttlion Onenedr In 1-Hnlw .tu
JAPS DID THE WORK
Battleship Petropavlovsk -Not
Destroyed by Accident
MINES SECRETLY PLACED
Japanese Assert That Trap Was Laid
and Russlans praoticalfy Ad'
mit That Disaster Was
An Associated Press dispatch says:
No further detalls.have been rece ed
in St. Petersburg of the latest bom-
bardment of Port Arthur, except that
It was practically without results so
far as injury to the ships or fortifica.
tons is concerned. The loss of life
was inaignificant. The mystery of the
sinking of the battle ship Petropav-
lobsk has not beed cleared up.
That she touched a mine placed by
Japanese torpedo boals 'during the
night Is not officially admitted, but
there Is a growing disposition in unoffl-
clal quarters to accept this as possi-
bly being the true explanation. That
the mine was laid by a ruse of the
Japanese Is generally believed, al-
ijough some speculation Is Ilndjlged
In. which may almost bo described as
For example, the possibility of the
Introduction of an Infernal machine
Ir.to tho coal bunkers Is advanced as
an explanation of the explosion which
undoubtedly occurred on board !the
The only thing affirmed with abso-
lute certainty Is that It was not a Jap-
anese shell, nas no fighting was In prog-
Decoyed Russian Ships.
Advices from Toklo state that the
Japanese are elated oter the successes
they have met at Port Arthur. They
8as also proud of the achievement of
Vice Admiral Togo. particularly of his
now strategy in countermining the ene.
my's harbor and decoying them across
this field of mines to an equally dan-
gerous flank attack.
The success of the system of plac-
ing deadly counter mines Is due large-
ly to a series of careful observations
made bY the Japanese during their
previous attacks on Port Arthur The
Japanese saw 'he Russian fleet leave
the harbor and return to it several
times, and they discovered that the
Russian warships followed an Identical
course every time they came out or
went in, evidently for the purpose of
avoiding their own mines. The Jap.
an10so took hearings on this course.
lV'hen the destroyer dllv-Fi-ns of the
Japanese torp-ido flotilla lail the coun-
rt r mines during the night of April
12 13. they placed them along this
course The laying of thece counter
mines was exceedingly perilous, be-
c u-Ir- If any Japanese soat with mines
o.' hoard hald been srutck by a lucky
ltI;.ssan shol, she would have been
Thp weatlher or the night of April
12 13 favor.l ithe work. There was a
hravy r;nln. Ithe night was dark and
iciltty asod the Russian qearehrlghts
p:aying ovpr lthe channel fallen to re-
v"I the presence of ihe Japanese de
! In Iiyc(r-.,
Rnor Adlmiral Pews was In com-
mInd 'f ihe Japanpse squnatron which
I'!coyoed the tfIslian ships over the
field ofr nilnes. Hbis squadron conslat-
'I of the cruisers Chitosa,. Yoshino,
Kasipl nnd Takasago. all unarmored
vessels. which presented a tempting
1.-ll ror the heavler Rlusslan ships,_
Expressions of regret at the death
of VIco Admiral Makaroff are general
In Tolke teaklin for the navel staff
Ci mmandlr Osanawara has published
n lenethyr statemonl. In which he la-
ments the death of the Russian vice
admiral, and Ironounees It to be a loss
*o the navlos of the world.
Admiral Togo's Report.
Admiral Togo reports that during
the attack on Port Arthur Tuesday
night the Japanese sunk mines at mid-
night and at 8 In the morning drew
thle Rtussian shipa out 15 miles from
the port. The Petropavlovsk struck a
Japanese mine antI was sunk.
BAXTER CASE DISMISSED.
Judge Newman Decides That His
Court Has No Jurisdiction.
The news of the death of Admiral -- Ju!ge lliai T Nwman. in the
Makaroff caused a profound sensation Adves of April I from Jes,. l an N n. n the
In naval and military circles at Wash- lPm, delayed in irnn-misslon. sta-- l"'it-d St1ates court. ai Atlanta. Ga.,
lugton, for he was probably better that the world's fourth Siundar school I an order dismissing the bank.
known than any other Russian naval Convenntn opneiod in a huigeo tent (., t. p:ry pr.elings In the case of A
ofcer. Tlhs was because of the fact side HerP11's Gate. Arch Deacon Sn It- ..fexter Ce.. thf defunct broke.
that he had visited the United States clir dolrfnrl d th,. cning serm oi 'rage concern, and discharging the
kn 1896-97 and also commanded the taking for h!N text MI;how. chapter i fedral courtI re(elver
Russian north Atlantic squadron. The 21 verse 15 T! s was done on application of
general opinion Is that Makaroff was The attr'dunce inclmdel. 800 A- the 'efendlnt company on the ground
an officer of singular ability. In the kins #no 50o) British. Mai y other d'. lhat thL L'n:tcd S:ates (r for the
matter of personal bravery he had no gates from all quirtiers of the globe rthern district of in eorga ias h
iuperlor. were.- present Out risdiclon in The matter
DISPOSITION OF SULLY'S COTTON. USE OF SUBMARINES ALLEGED. POWELL NOT PROMPTED.
Judge Orders that Warehouee Receipts Our Minister .0 San DomInge Acted
be Given to RecelverM. Succession of Russian Disasters Ac- n HisOwn Initatieo Ated
After a hearing In the United States credited to the Japanese. In making the reported strong rep-
district court at New York Saturday- Expressions from St. Petersburg or entakong the Domi!cared srgovernp.
Judge Holt lassued an order directIag a belief that the Japanese are using meat respecting the American claims
the Guarantee Trust Company to turn sub-marine boats In their Port Arthur Involving a pe thble Amizurein lamas-
over to Receivers Taft and Miller. of attacks are given coTor by a statement tos hou cases poMibler Powelure oIt
the suspended firm of D. J. Sully & accredited to a retired naval officer In said hoal entirely upon his own It la-
Co,. the warehouse ecepts for thM New York. He declares It to be the tiative. There is no dlsproitlon, how-
8,008 bales of cotton and the ash bal- only way In which rue can account for t ar, to eont-p the minister for
anee 0 9 l12- which wLas still held the succession of disasters met by the what he has dome.
by the trugs e ay lue asan ships, h
ANOTHER LINE FOR GOULID.
MOROE6 KILL AM111110ANIL aw mED FOR GMiANG HAIl LINED.
ptldn. Wheef* Dead and Corporal Harry Oleen Given Five YVe Irn Poe
HyveOt aly Stabbed. and a Fine f
A Mait spelal a.sw Captain De -. the U lted mgtates court Ot at-an.
'! A Wheeler sad wQporpa Percy Oal, Ga.. Judge Speer aentea igrry
S.M tt t. t th Twqeneecm d ita Oenw, a well.usasA elis. t *Ire
*r, e eaM e M e to re ia the staslw Adin
i !4flb^ ^ *'AitN~'', ^SJ.4l^
Purchase of Norfolk Southerm Place.
T 2Road in New ConectlenL
Thas 3in position to know .say that
the Purchase of Ithe Norfolk end
Southern. railroad racks and IO-p,
rUtes by ti s Pitabuarp i e nay l
Ia ilaterest eoUmttinl stheC
fIO $itflk-^S Pa to pau Henry .
4i ocl'esn -s M i .a nL
& decision denying in effect the al,
placation for the removal of \VWll:.lt
J. Bryan ms executor of the estate ,
Philo S. Bennett was rendered I,"
Judge Cleaveland in the piobate co;..'
at New Haven.
The application was brought l'1
counsel for Mrs. Grave [mogone f lti
nett. the widow, and other resilu.rv
!'gatees pn the ground that Mr. Br: 1"
was acting contrary to the lnlere:
of the etate.
SYMPATHY. PROM ENGLAN1D.
British Admiralty Expresses Regret
Over Disaster on Miesourl.
The United Statea embassy at 1.in
don cabled the stale department at
Washington as follows:
The senior, navqi lqe4 called upon
me todWy to eatp s .the- sympathy of
teli elrt j#lord tie ad iratlty with our
govrenment with' rept to the discs
tar on the MIMourt.
Provided For-in Bill Passed
By the House.
MADE FROM TERRITORIES
Demoorate Denounee the Measure .
Wlickedly Partisan and Unjust
to Five Tribes of Civil.
A Washingto A peolal says: A?.
IsT a debate extending through the en-
Lire session the house, Tuesday,
passed. the statehood bill, providing
(or Joint statehood of Oklahoma and
indian Territor under the name Ok-
lahoma and of Arizona and New Mex-
ico under the name Arigona.
In discuasillg the rule which had
been reported by the committee on
rules, providing tor the consideration
ir the bill. Mr. Williams, the minority
leader, declared that no republican
1tad any idea that the bill would be-
c ome a law at this session.
in opposing the rule, Mr. Moon, of
Tennessee, declared that the bill was
da Intensely wicked and partisan
measure, which, if passed, wouil vio-
late the plighted faith and honor of
ihe United States to the five civilized
tribes of Indians in the matter of
He Inquired of the republicans if
they were going to pasfi the bill in vi-
olation of their par(y pratform and of
treaty obligations. The territorial del-
egates in the house, lie maintained,
had protested "until the hour of coer-
cion by the republicans to meet po-
Denying that the republicans had
been guilty of bad faith, Mr. Dalzell
eald the bill would take Its course as
- party measure because it was re-
ported by the majority of the commit-
tee, submitted to a party caucus and
brought into the house pursuant to a
rule adopted by that caucus. He Jus-
tified the measure on the ground "that
we are endeavoring to sustain the rol-
ative power of the senate and house
of representatives in legislation."
The rule was adopted 150 to 11l1, a
strict party vote. The bill then
was taken UP. Speeches were made
for the bill by Messrs. Spalding. of
North Dakota; Sterling, of Illnois.
Curtis, of Kansas; McOulre. of Okla-
homa. and Rody, of New York, and
against the bill by Messrs Grosvenor,
of Ohio; Reid, of Arkansas; Lloyd.
of Missouri; Needliam, of California;
lussell, of Texas, and Wilson. of
The third reading' of the bill had
ieen directed by the speaker when
,no of the most amusing !ncldents of
the session occurred. Mr. Moon in-
quired If the third reading of the bill
was to be by title only. In the mills
of an elaborate decision the aepraker
turned to the parliamentarian. M.r.
Hinds. for further advice, and then
announced thttTble would resolve the
question In favor of the Indivllual
privilege of each member, aSi one
of whom could demand the rU.'-.g of
Mr. Williams, the minority lea.lr.
Jorularly Inquired of the spealer if
his decision had been arrived at 'nfner
The speaker promptly replied that
It had been and he set the hotuse In
an uproar when he added:
'The skilled parliamentarian whn
lhas been at this desk for many tcars
can give the chair." and after a paiSe.
"unnd the gentleman from Mississippi
cards and spades, and then have a
fountain of parliamentary knowl..dgf
Inft." it was some moment before
the applause and lautgher which greet
ed this saly subsided. Mr Madder. of
Geor-ia. demanded the r-sseilng of
the b'll.t which was beg.n but later
he withdrew h'a request.
Spe ker Calinon further conviltlhud
the house when he asked:
"it there any other genfiTman ..ih
drs'rcs the b'iT read?"
Io one responding. the bill was Int
upen its passage, the democrat- 'IP
.Tandlina the y'aa and naysva.
The bill was passed 147 to 10)4. a
st rict party vote-
BRYAN HOLDS HIS JOB.
Defeats Effort to Has Him Removed
as Executor of Will.
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j ., i ,. i / 1i j
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rm to diso,.e In
iter -- non-poisonous
t islepUci conta rts
Alcohol which Irrltates
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hgve no Ceansg pre
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In lical treatment of female ills Paxtin is
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tholoihn ItLisarevel.jionin clroairrg
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All leadlngdrugrlsta keopPIzLlne; prleeo. i.
salosi ityouamdoesotsend to uasor it. l>,'t ]Potash is an essential plant food
ta aublitult-e- tlmereisnottling like Pastllno.
WrltlortheFmIolie s x of Pastinto-dar. which must be added as a fertilizer
IL AZTWO O., 7 popeBlldgr.,Boston, Saas Ia orthe soil will
Asthe E Do-LUIIAA
Lire Slate. of
no~el romtse *h Pvepaurt to tictal. sWrite
P1 1,fr K 5.TURN4ER.
demesifaamegerAgent. Dail"., Tex"e.
IVH$No 9 T.jraID.
hausted, as is
We haws beaks
giving valuable de-
L rew free to any farmer who asksans r die
GIERrIAN KAU WORKS,
mNe TWrk*** -Pla te. tea .e
Impresaione of High Speed.
I made two tripL In each car over
the ourteean miles of track. At the
end of the first mile the car was go-
tag seventy miles an hour; at the end
of the second mile between ninety
and one hundred. In fact, my interest
wa x o aroused by the rapidity with
which tile speed Indicator had kept
jumping up",that we were running a
hundred miles an hour before I
thought to look out of the window.
When I did I was disappointed Jt
was evident we were traveling at tire-
mendous speed, but the car was very
steady, and there was nothing excit-
Ing. The sensation was about the
same as that which a passenger on
the Lake Shore Road gets when the
train sl running seventy miles an hour.
Later, as I stood by the side of the
motorneer, or with the brakeman at
the rear. the seisation was far more
Standing just, behind the motor
wheel In the frout of the car, one is
far nearer the track than he is when
.in a steajn engine; aud the frightful,
rate at which the track Is being deh-
voured is more evident. The Impact
,of flies, bees, and even birds upon. the
curved glass front of the car serves
to heighten tho effect. I must eon.
fees that I held my breath as I saw
the curve come In Bight. Apparently
the track ended, and the car seemed
directed stral.ght Into the nir at ia
speed sufficient to-Beni it Ilying tve-
Into the Oerman ocean As It glided
smoothly round the curve tUe sapnda-
tion was aoniething like that which
on llaa In an express elevator Ik i >t in
of our American skyscrapers wbflihe th
is dropped from the fifteenth floor,
and la not quite suro whether lie will
atop at the basement or gu straight.
through to China.-Henry S. Prlitciatt.,
The Judges and the Elevator.
Senator lioar yesterday told an In-
cident of his Itgal pr.lirti'e In lonna r
tion with his ronarks about the rdan.-
geroias cmondIton of, thi old toivern-
nient Printing Office.
"I am reminded," said h h"pf sonie-
iliIng that hapiieond li I th' S prePnai
courtt of our State some y,.ars itgo
They held court at Nl'-rtliamipton and
went over to Mount IHolyoke., where
there Is an elevator whlc-h takes itram
eltrs up the side of n steep ro<-k t
hundred or two hundred fort to avouil
the difficulty of climbing.
"The J1udge.s. as judges ale Ipt to
he, were. early all of then. rather
corpaltent irni. 81% or ,-ven got iiit -
the elevator at onco. They saw that
the i ope that held thei a tar Ini \, Ii
they wetit was "very mitch frauyd.a ntld
they asked the imanage r If lh ilidl 1o4t
think it was a little uinstfe.
'Y s.,' the manager aild, 'it is
wholly lunuafo and likely to bhrenli
every minute., ut we are going Ino
have a new oito next Mon-lay.' "-
WOUI D ItUIN 111l REIDtTATION
"TJhere's a girl coming to seep you
today to got her fortune told." saad the
South. "I'll give you $20 If you'll tell
%r the fates decree that she In to
"No." replied the fortune teller.
"I've worked til a gonil hiialnes, by
tolling people pleasant things. and I
enn't afford to break iny reviord lnow."
ONMI OF TillOsqE GINfITSMIS.
"So ymur hucban.i Is tisy now, In
"Yes: I y.-~nl"r has been working
prettv steady of laie"
"W'hat i" hi' .doing now'"
"li t's Irving '-it writ lh. l.orid'R
Prayer In ih t Iapt poasiblo apace."-
I't'a'.~ ri.ni'ntly iuredO. No f'litrnervo'Mo-
ti.-P9' uftl Iltwt ihlay'" uiPa t Ira. KIllnel (iit a
Nerve It..oAt rr. ti' tria l bittlrtni t r Alqti t ren
Ii It. 11. i.i I.. .t t.. tiI Ar,.h :;L.. P' lt.IIn .. P'
r, |pi.r-, a i s Il.i p It of exehanli inng
soiel'h iiring .i>u don t. u rit fur something
% ils do.
lIre. ~i' llslow' Footlhlnaglyrulftreh1lildr-en
I at hinr, lsoften the iaimS, ieducel Inflamma-
ilell 1a1113 1 a aiD,'riiror lnd colic. 215c.abottle
\'llnt a jol;y o:d worltl sllim w iilid be if
all mii:l iitaa tati ij what they precacla!
Oldl .iAs., Ilack." of Chairs, etc., can be
dyrn will,. P'uTrAMe Yiarlmi.a DvTa.
L.ovr nIt.. aitoxiaate a iani, but marriage
I do not beleo Psn io' ( Cure for C'onrinmp-
lion lia, nrequal firruuglf and 'oids. -Joisa
F. lovan, Triulty Mprings. Ind.. Feb. 1, 11900.
Tao often case to be company filter
they are made one.
l.tlahtls and Water,
It Is prieticlcally" niiposasible to enilse
nn a.eclrlh sparkl o high e0ectronmotve
force to lenip from onie uritire of an
lihilrl to neither. i'or this rea-nu It Ia
rnre Uhat llightunig strikes the surface
of v after.
We offer One Iludred Dollars Beward for
any ru of Catarrh thaI mcaenot nbe ured by
1lll a Catalrrh Cure.
Y. J. Cu'aCvr & ("o., Toledo, t)0
We, th aunderplRnad, have known F. J.
Chenry for the last tLyears,a d believe him
prfotly honorablin l all bulineup transatw-
tIons ad Ii inaineually able uo carry out any
obliAgatloi ui wle by their firm.
WasrT T"avi. Wholesae Lrugglsts, To.
W 'i.iaato. KtaSaw A Maavrp, Wholeseia
i)rlngirist, Toledo. 0.
IHall' is Citarrh Cu Ire Is tke IntertwLUy, at -
Ingdirectly upin the b lood and mneonusur.
tacie of the system. 'Teetlmotal s set free-.
Prie, m.i'. p7 r bottl l. imldt by all Drugistis.
Take IaXU' lailty lrtit for eotlopwioa
I* me ughi1t o i ary f r JJian.
At least one man in Mitaourl plously
prays that victory may perch onl tie
btnuer of the Jap In the war now be-
ing waged, This is Colonel -John Mo-
blaekJ. of Bletbland. liesla -beir of
king John goblekkl. of. Pa Illd.
tiCONSI DERED SPI ES FOR REWARD OF HEROISM
QGrrnOiegIe Estabeishes Fund of Five Mil-
Heon--Person# Maimed In the Sav-
Cornpany Files Protest.
-Thie Aimricann D)cl-'rersi irolhisn
Telegraph Cunpany ai New Yric l a
iclegraplied lo s-cretary Hy ly at W'a
li.gton protiesting agalllt aibe att i-A1d
of thq Russlan governnilant relative t
the muse of wiruloeis telography by a o
respondents In the zone of war. TIh
"We claim tho right under all Inlat
national laws to uieu the hiligh se.a
for peaceful purposes, and le:amaundi f
pur operators, who are Amerk-imn -lI
eons, and for our properly tIhe fill pr,
tectilon of ibh Iualled States gove-ri
PANAMA BILL PASSED.
Meaanure for (iowernment of Canal Ter
ritory Qoes Through ginate.
Tho Panama canal quotion ua.-etplic
the major portion Of i'rlday's sesBlon
of the senate and was passed without
division. When the last section of thli
bill, that providing for a gov<'rnmeni
dleposilory In the canal ronii. wni
reached. Mr Aldrich moved Ihat II be
ntricken out, saying that the commit
tre on finance was of the opinion thlual
it should not hlie rpslndal, ofwIVh-
standing the recomnmeindailon of the
errretary of the treasury.
Mr. Morgan congratulated Mr. AId
rich upon the motion, at thn same
time expressing his surprlae. "* am
astonished at the senator'sn hldnomas
lit venturing upon a course not Indors.
P.1 by an executive departmentt" hia'
said, "bhut I hall It as n Inedlcat'on of
the return to ih-" v.-lity manifeted
by the senate In its earlier days."
IRONCLAD TRAIN FOR CZAR.
Ruslnt utr ayG. toth.Fon
SRussian Ruler May e0 to the Front
In Protected Railroad Car.
An Ironclad train Isn being biilli for
the czar to take him to thbo Far Rast
If be should decide to head the army.
The train will aonalst of a summer
and winter palace car bome., steeplag
quarters for 200 men and stables for
a hundred horses. The difficulty Is coma-
brnilg safely with a minimum of
eight. The ralls of the Biberian road
are pot heavy enough for Ironclad
trains Inch as thet Rngillh ufsed In
NEGROES PROSECUTE CHINAMEN.
Aimoaid.lyed Reqtaurant Neeper
Charged With Violateon of Law.
SThe cautious napett'le of two rcolorEd
men asklag for punialhment of four
Chinamen for a denial of c.yll Vighis
'n reflasing to erve- them als been
furnslahd by a ean JA a Cklieao Jms-
tice mairtL A Whte Jury deel4ed that
the colored. hsN had not suffered so-.
Aclent Impaizment of their rlghst ti
Jiatlyfy a lid.
Cenqisltne of E tweefu^ (pap _No.
sejator 7ZZI.O f
*^~^ ''^""*w"11 ~^^^^^' ^*~ffiS~ihf klffl i
I An Edict Issued by Russians I Ing of Life the Ben.ilarlea:
Against Newspaper Men. a It was maia l known at Pitt burg. Pa.
l'aiday, that Andrew Carnegle has tare-
aled a fund of $5.000.000 for the bone.
MARCONI SYSTEM BARRED fit (f theo dopuindnias of those los nI
tlieli- limes in heroic efforts to save
their folluowmtn ir for the heroes
Correspondents Lising Wireless Tate. Itaemseaiiilves it injured only.
S graphy in Securing War Now Provision sla also made for medals to
Will be Shot--Notlce Served. Le given in coimmemoration of heroic
t on State Departrrm rit.. ,
The endowment lS lu be kItaowi as
A 'ashlington dispaLch aay*. Thi-. "'e hero findd" amid conslait of .',
Rus t gve anOfaIlt .ut has gia llat1nral 5 per tent
Ju~sshn govt ra-aeiat has gta0nc of the Unitod aatncaa ASteel 'or
tIaLt n wiwspap.-r correpunatii.liatt ui-tig i rita- tion. T'ho tIst in t la i-lacedIl i th
t'js ir'l as teliJB phy will iu ItLrC -lt a.'i it ioa' s rIs oluilu l llon, o which Cittirt
spies and siLhot. '. ta>lor is prou.itent, atlui m I' Wi1
'T hi a ultts c w a a. .-r o l t a ,t. t. ,. l,' t' ) i' o scl-m'a- aw a .h .m1a
'-l% 'i t by M r i'k 'n4,3 g| ln i,, 1 ..,1 1
linit a b tLaaiJ, I'riday, a l it it I t a i I,,. aiini annl id l it New Y iork r ti a l a- 1.
deruloud that alutIlr ti O ui-k- nicealn n)t. i 'm ayl or, t halii-i n i- 11 I'" %It t \l W iiua
vere mathe to all t retKu nti 'la's '1'lna T l imtanager tf it AiA iln I'aRti eatliel
text of the eioitianlnicatlon as as filli I l f fund, Io d tiauss wtn % alilt ihllaic tiIa-u
lowe: fI tho rollrai f tii lt isuirrfftr r, froi, aii-i'
I[ al. cllargcd by lay ta Mtrn ni'4 Ti. ll sillstropha
in ordor to avoli all pnsailttebl rni llat itch In a letter to l Ito hero fuld coliin
standing to me-IIunnili"Itlo a youl 'a, 14i** Mr. (Carnegie outline the general
celetacy thai lO e liott 'llnitn rat i In is i t tiflnien t or the fuind.s whit-h In his
oaaiy lu tie l -'ar" l,jt lias julst iuat"a i a-i ia a-n wmorls I --
following lietlaTrltion: "To place thoast following poaceful
Slin a caso in which ntrwiral .'iiinU li ialtlons who have been Injured In he.
er, hiavingL on ioard :-orreaipoiil ,,11:1 a', e('ffiort ti sanv human life, In soinme
hlio might co( maninlar'te w r nrit'wew.s ai t IhIit posliitaiai t.ii 'ciullnarily than
il.o oentny by nienisa of perfo 'teld al ll iore'. Iintll ag1a1li ahla tIm work It
paraftu,- not being yet forces? 'il by e : i:n-,i of aleail.h, Ith willw iantd ltill eron
i" t glin .o t voltioul has bo lta urro.-tt, ,a ir (ethiar daepi-nd iitt it ) tlie i irovn duit
I. .a iho l, coast cf o t tan t'aing or I tl,'i, Itf" -tho wilow un ill il, Ias relil'nlt-lo.-
zitn4 tif oporatlmiis of thac tu llu tiio i, i tiihte hlldhrlni utuill il y tI ,' rrln- it 1
fl oal, the aorresa nildents wl l hie t.,"il. .al]f-suipporlltng agle. I'%r xi'-x'c-ptilal
SI.I uIpotn as spius anil I lh- Ft'aliinn l' Idren. exceptional grantt:- Inm ly lih
fa-rnlsh l wl i i twirelta is tlgr.tphi Ili>tmad for exceptlatiiala < 'itaIw (ltint
S.-l~ai san pr seo of war' ." Ginante of mins of inoiiny nmay al) bne
S"hii uiutice opens up anl entirel; nialde to horoeH or ierolnes aRs the
i tewia' lin f of LtOatLuouL of a-oaro ipuin tTtmmtTSnilon thitilntH atIrl8ahlo each
tiitas.. '0o rofel'eatco lo OxiBting ems vasew to he Judgold on ItI mracrits "
voia aning Is laken to iapltDrai the belle It Is provided that no grant la tiIo he
n rtho Jusslan oVt;alluiollt ltt. lit ft"nhinuted unless It I o soberly asil
S re'oas a telegraphy hatd lion prncti- el properly iised, and Ihe rotl-plents rI-
prior to The Hague idewnlarallun von IRain respectable, well lbolavm-d tatmi
--t.nillg Implemenits and pra-llo ic otlf ers o(f the comnmunlly.
nar, It w(eihld sturoly have beoon. prI- A iedal shall be Kgiven l tlihe hero
hibited it neutral hands. It ilUepeii tir widow, or next of kin. whl
pialnar ('c. r'tsvliiidOlits are making frae lTles. The medal shall be glvent for
tuae aft w.rntlesri tulegrri.ph at tioe trans- ltSe heroic act, oven If Iho doer ibe utn-
mliision )f il'iaar war nowi, andi It In mijured, and also a snia of money
Ipossihle tliat hi y will n iap til to the 1 '.q i
Ia-gt-an tnI to Hi'ure ian ofl lal.i deltern "The seaa I Ith-o -ene of mHtiva hoe
nti l (f li- on ti ite aut ontt wt i it'r a Inl: artss" ays Mr Ctrne led's I et*tear.
i'airal ton his own l hIa nteotiii tue "f'iul no alinn more t herole than that
t(rritriall ittr'n i r at hotl Ilgoarenlt f doctors and nurse-s volunteerlnt
p-.we-r atilt wilhlilt a ontr:tianntil of watt lhir c orvl(-o-m In I lit ease o tf ali)ploan
on board canl bet Ir(ctleid us a spy h Ratllrond emlmployee are rvinenrl
Ihile fia r ercilmm All ill Ki andl .Inlr ,t l,' I-, ii,
Ii-am In displayed by man or 'womantn
S saving human lfe, tife fund a FEET HUR
I'* "l"w'" FEET HU""
I" Iil. a ii IftiI n for illst
PORT ARTHUR SHELLED, -
Japs Return to Attaok of Russian -Ad:...,',.
SStronghold WIth Vigor and Fight *,
Is Fast and Furious. 1
All Annimcllaid i'i l P'ru (Iliein-lih from ll
,'. I 'rsaillrg slnys A li ol gran t fro1 I.
- ..ilrnal Ali'x off, frum I'orlt Arlhnur. to
il e.mpjieror. ayn' th rani tI Ii II i -'rl KAPA ll Y' P'OIIND
aIlI iltiai 'riial1g I 11 l %ia ll ol. ia Ic .lt n|tii 'R< I( li I I l Irl ti 1 o1I
ia-.-i 1n I v()
lia 1 II1a' I htl 'I Tih i l l 'ti, bin ly.itry, r I I, i'' th w I 1 rt a
A U f-i, n 'om l ,c lll, c H I I iii '. rl't a' "1 t a n i t
, o"f NS. J e phk MArh., knows of a largo ,nmber of
t in ida oounay swho have been oered by FPervaa.
ta'co, Mayor of St. Joseph, Michigan, writes:
ine 'u., L'ulunmbus, Ujiu:
1 wieh to congratulate you on the success of your efforts to
nce of the public in need of a relimhle medicine., J aNw,
eo tuptdof br a iorns asit systeham ed a a peofic t na cImo
fltitlf ies. YIou lhiu' a large mistaber of gra lefIlt pe-
eeosItruI uhf hklae' 1m04 I'leiverlana antl hibave oon owared
j pala a a t boue alt other ntenotlie.. lPernam hie
(ui| wltshes. "'--Neaotto Rice,
PRIL, MAY. All these things are ep ocially true of
those who have beet u ttering with ca
tarrh in any form or la grijipw. A courMe
Poor Digestion, ,f leruns i s ure to correct all the e onadi-
d, Depressed tions,. It its n ideal spring medicine. P9-
d, Depressed i,,na does not irritate--ii invigorates. 7i
rite. i.oes not tLamporarily stimulate 1i
-itreitlgliens. IL ieqalihea the clroelatioa
ials to t oongratialate y "If th blood, tran quili -ie the nervous eye.
S l your iffol-tl to win lltem. lid rgulates the bodily functions.
'iiuldic ini ned ef a re I'iruni, unlike o many .lin'ig aiedicinese i
lot simply a iphyyic or etilizlilanlt or Per-
iirni.tl ihlir ri- |tiiior 's1 viine. It is a natural onic aill invigorator.
. Thi i-al eqliutolur in If you doi not receive prompt and-satis-
II111 ilt iuri'.y tighiteen factory results from tihe Use of Peruns*
lith tlh return of their wiate at oncui t, I)r. Illirtniin, giving a
lil jietruliar to Apring. full stateinent of your case, nlid ho wii be
Sitinrvin ar- w/eak; ait- iia'aied to lise you hin valuable advice
11n1 ior; with other graltlt .
1i11nl iiis aill t lltln A rddareos Dr. llhrtimn, president of The
ta In.im tired feeling. llartman ainitariiani, Co'lumllbil, Ohio.
rKu" alt. Iti, Bllatlor? lROYAL TOOT WASII mrue them. Rleaoven
ltliotra of fiat nrmnpIt, iati. astorp 'batifnln It i 5t ddruggits
-nti 25e Itv EAON llliU( CO., AI.AMIA, (A.. for uNil lse, .post-
ioiI.. (lieo Alipllcalion I ao*-ia It. me r Money back iI not atUlfled.
for mil kndain, il b to f Han alldl Wu tonrah *Il wntitc l W !irtpw
litl. aiiici.,.nilritriaille ic Htt.,- yrnilatp terif am lllcea- yamas pi fec. naiaex
In, n Ii *-*u*lq~ hiie .siiSlIIra ttl a f Irol suant erid Wi t Il i-il roni. VetV n 11F
i II tl til elll s la. anl qunte rol an ealroe mely low
i ,.- 411 .110 iiit u iA ilr |it| Vi r
13 ea matlf'.a, :U' rxlkera1 l*eian
Mailernit Hrme ranp. 1 ove r UU ltlb ltae ( s a in ilansit New Yort or
I la.-m ,pinr.-lel taiii tera~t r yuai-t. l 1H ir (elta lneu .
OUTH RN FOUNDRY 00., Oweneboro, Kentucky
IN TH11 DARK. ELECTRIC FLUID.
ght So take a hot Terap surr
I tlOP miulard S Thenrrea pain *rtrmetnr;@ejM
alte muiaru? rheumatilm, rnurslgla.cols.
pant ilry. t rtm ,e d aIa rllsc h nd Wou.
ark oiIt there, and l othia.ikelt Try a bbal.
I gnia IrsedS
i W X 11101 Rc.Alkmin
I,.7l.): a"ItiuNilr.ll. lf.l,,d ng Il i o l cIa-cit ne-i a nlaata h to-
itl. I s l iao ll a ng h 'ai.t' -' ls rlghi longalde of
t btle ship Pobnlda, replied fraiom the*- 'h,, i.hla.-ager c.heno-Philadelphia
i 1.t-rai-,' hi3 a plunging Ilr'r The ,- .
Itai ii'l"h also iparti'lpated
The losiaos iln land w ,e a -n ChiM-tals -t S k.
Shno kislle antd a t llarni. d hr .frals can lie poisoned and have
n1e wounded. e1b- in much the name way as
The Hutiilan warlships tjulainul-ii nl a a lhlal anrl vegetable creaturol. And
S amagoe and thi-rn was no 1his of ilfe a-i.., ,thy are llsenamed they are dan-
o1: them. goroii n to mankind; for If they are
Japanese Lost Heavily. madti. info tools, they may break, ruin
The St. Petorsburg tlorr lnTirliKnut (if a luiaa.-ir's wi)rk. or perhaps put Out
The lhondon StandaridI nmln Ie i rumor his| oyn; If thlby happen to.be part of
to the effect that Vih:- Admiral Togo'n a brildge.,
toopsa to the westward uof ih' VYallL (iIeiUr ir. IIfyn, of the Technical Ix-
ri-nr. When 12,000 men had lion perluient Stathion of the Royal Poly-
landed the RussIan troops, whic-h were technic. chnol, flerliln.Chirlottenbtlrg,
lying concealed, middenly attacked writes on this liighly Interesting sub-
ithem, driving them back to the shlpa Jjeot-'"i.fe and Diseases of Metale"-
v Ith heavy losses in men and guns Ins larper'n lagazine. Thei alro-
: _a npo ais developed this branoh of
~nidc~lrn ctincae, e* It haI devAlopaed "
BRYAN OBJECTS TO REMOVAL. ihe ,laldy of human dseLaes eIn lkhe |
j---- ianalt of VIrchow and he tolowenrl.
Judge Deoldes that Nebraskan Cannot lhintratlofn accompanying the orUler
Aot as Bxecutor of Will. show diseased copper and steel,
At New Haven. Conn., Pruliait JudlgI .
Clvland announced Friday il I WOMEN BREAKDOWN.
ton on the application for ihi- r
will of Philo R. Rennetr. dlthUnii of "half invalid." Cotilusual
A drmurrur nto tihe amended coiur- l.niuor-all tired out. run down. back-.
Ilaint for Mr Niryaria' removal was at e ache, nerves ehattlere.
once filed by rounsel fnr Mr. Dlryin. hedache., terrible pain,
In the demurrer 11 Is anaerted that o ar ppeltie, poior dJlgei-
appliclatio of the widow. Mrs. len. ion. Inulneca~e uleotf
netl, does not specify any eCLS of ng- tell It's because the k
lort and that no reasons are gilven for J neyfailltodotbheltWrk
granting the rellef asked fir. I of dlleringlutwpollsong O
---- systeun walte from the
CRUM CASE CALLED UP. f blood. The kIdesymare
weak an4d n ed btha
strneaglhielneg belp oit -
Nomlnatlon of Charleston Colos ed sr'gl he n.in gh lp
Col.ector Agaln Poponp11. 1led bow Kid e y Il ,.
The nomlnatilo of W. D. Ctrun to repair a weakened phy.
be collealor of customs at Charleston sleal condition wil
H C., was called up In executive sea- This ondiUoa la
sin of the seaste Thursday by Bem. iy ilek kidneys.
ter Gallltaer. Mrs. le f Melttien of t w.a
eountlr T TfUtan, who opposed t he jAve, CalBambus. Obf, A ail,
conlnrtatloa. exllaelmd that he wasI the rear 3IX8 I au1a411
not well enough to make a speech land from backsache, pa, it
sthe seonatioa went, vewr out odf ermir- Sue"t d edM
fey to him .t e eta1 o f tho
Swa alwya wrew ll I
abmileft 064941 eirv s.boo-s or
l (raW-Ilr Qn^-eil *_.
^^sfl ff~i.fi-1?^^* ffia** *>^t~fij^^4160;fffKX
WeSmal~ A a ld iMR falal
L1NtERS fm OIL AU
onmfw nowitaul Gin
A MICHIGAN m
"I Know Peruna is a Fine Teots ft a
Worn Oal Systes"
ufilla 'a clfit Rthi'sV
MAR, CH',.,E/a .\l.', Af
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at'.IIIa I aI aa; tia' i h
ITNIW T e i Tues4syi dally Sun appeared
,. H. OODWpW a long article', under a three-column
d ltorend Proprsetor. scare-bead, written by Joe Strip-
S'(, ling, a Republican politician of
R tered April 28, 1103, at Gainesville. Jacksonville. The article purports
; r., as second-class matter, under Act of to be a letter to Lake City's post.
Congress of March 3. 1879.
,master from Mr. Stripling, atid for
Published every Tuesday and rlay, the purpose of clearing up solqt
at $1.00 a year in advance. matters which had been written
50 Cent. for Si Moeitba, and talked about in ak way to pd-.
25 Cents for Three Months. albly injure Stripling politically.
f ADV:s"- WO -tws. But the article showed. on its face,
S ol readeii brevere type; 5 cents and in almost every sentence of it,
u 'liefor caoh.' oa. that it was a Tallaforro campaign:
Spacer 4dslayadvertie"nento priced document; bred, born arid circus
.onapplti. lata4.for the purpose, if possible,
The editor is not responsible for the off 'liurlI John N. C Stocktonin
view of correpondents or others con- hi candidacy for the United -States
tributing to hs columns. S. senate. .
On the same day this anti-Stock-.
.-.Senator Talaferro's health is now ton. document by- a Jaeksonville
much better than his prospect of Republican politician appeared in
going back to the United States the GainesVille Sun; a part of. the
Senate.-Daly Capital. ame article.appeare4 in the .Oala
newspaper fraternity of lor-. Banner,. and about that time all' or
Tidae ewpaper fte tyofor-a part of it appeared in other Tali,
idaypathizeswithditorTatum, aerr papers. The editor of the
of the Miami Metropolisn he Banner was too sharp to publish
death of his beloved wife, which a entire letter, bUtomipted some
sad event occurred recently. of that which was most insulting
It is to be hoped that the voters to decent Democrats, some of which
of Alachua county will turn out in was Stripling's boast about how
large numbers on April: 80, and he "had something to do with" the
hear the. senatorial and gtbern4a deiet Of a Democratic candidate in
trial candidates speak in Gaines Madison county in 1882; etc.
ville. To say that We were surprised at
editors calling themselves Demt-
No man who has any knowledge ociats, for publishing and sending
of existing political conditions in into. Democratic homes in Florida
Daval county, can say with a clear that display of Republicat yot. and
conscience that Barrs is not the braggadocio, expresses our feelings
leading Congressional candidate in only in part. We were not sur-
that county. praised at their, willingness to 'do
S 6, 'for. we have long known. that
If a man can't stay sober while the T'aliaferro forces are desperate,
.he is a candidateX for a high and and aie willing to resort tO deeper,
honorable position, how can we ate means in order to Injure Stock
expect him to keep sober while he ton atad Barrs; but -we were sur-
occupies the position after getting praised tothlink that they were fool-
it? This question' i respectfully is enough to believe they can suc-
submitted to whom it may concern. sessfully use Athe mouth of one of
.e Hon R. W. Davi can't Jacksonville's Republican politi-
When Hon. R. W. Davis can't le tO loe h ,tockton
an go himself e dontd his4 friendtu il the estimation of
very well who to send, as was very intelgent Democratic voters 'of
plainly demonstrated by .his see-' Florida. .
-tion of a man to represent him in Ws are not surprised at Mr.
some political meetings in the old stripling for not wanting to nee such
Fifth Judicial Circuit rather uncompromising Democrats in the-
recently. United 'States Senate as -is Tohn
For Unithd States Senator vote Stockton. By those.-who read the
Sfor Jonlm N. 0. Stookton the Stripling letter, it will be observed
valiant Democrat whose entemies that the same is designed to show
Shave become so desperate in' their that Tallaerro .'would vote for a
attempt to defeat him that they are yaer dog" If the dog was a
'. employing the writings of the Re. Democrat, while Stockton is a
; fAblian politician Joe Stripling, of Democrat only when it exactly suits
S,: ^uaonville, for that unholy his convenience tobe one. and that
he has at various times been of
; great benefit to the Republicanu
When you go. to the polls on May party," etc. 'Mr. Stripling is a
10th do not fail to put a cross mark shrewd politician, and knows very
Ietors the name of Ouy I. Metcalf, well that if- he can get the Dem-
Shose name will appear in thelist ocrats of Florida to believe what
of candidates for members of the he says, or rather what he insin'
Si tate Democratic Committee. No uates, they will oppose Stockton to
Sman who is a candidate would a man. But there'is notan intelli.
make a more valuable member than geut Democratic voter in the State
would Guy I. Metcalf. who believes it; there is not one
who knows Striplinig and Stcckton
S-"Vote against the' whole trio and doos inot believe that the former
(' Barts, Broward and Stockton) and would like to see the latter out of
all they represent," says an ex- Florida politics, and that the Re-
change claiming to be Democratic. publian party of the State would
: Think of this, fellow voters, and rather see him in .bades than in
'- remember that Barrs, Broward sand Jacksotuvale right about now.
S tockton are for the primary. Our No' one can read the Stripling
em change would have you vote letter and fall to see in it an attempt
against all the trio represents, which to discount the Democracy and
K' ? l the r besmirch the character of John N.
includes the primary. C. Stockton, and the fact that such
The bringing of Joe stripling, papers as the Sun, the Banner, and
Sdyed-la-the wool Republican, into others callg th elve Dem-
the ght agant tckton and ocratic, will publish such Repub-
"" rrs, is sure to strengthen them. lican thrusts at a Democrat of the
...1rda Democrats will hOt tolerte John Stockton type, is evidence of
r lnay such coasedness on the part of the fact that the Tailaferro forces
Sth e who call themselves Demo- are ecom aesperae, ana may
O', .4mts but am Republican enough toin be expected to resort to anything,
S'nciple to employ Joe Striping to however diabolical, that will give
l elple to employ Joe Stripling to them hope of defeating Stockton.
Shelp defeat rWe believe no intelligent person
-rank 'Clark- made a speech' in can read the Stripling letter with-
pringfield, Jacksonville, last Mon- out becoming convinced that it was
f, night. He began by saying Intended to boom Taliaferro and
he had never thrown mWlt and Clark--especally the former-and
nu continued, and concludedmwith injure 8tocktox and Barrs-especi-
W)$4l1nuging speech that was to 'ally the former-and in the name of
tltd queen's delight. He has reason we ask if Democrats hqd not
more mud at Barre during better.stick to tiaas wuom Republi-
at campaign than any olh- cans oppose.
lte as thrown in all di- We know some Republicans
whom we esteeO very 'highly; they
ame good men, but they are Repub-
k iistoy of .ats,, and we like them as good
,l .s t nMamoe de ftlpublit*-, just as we like good
q Deqcratsto good hores and good
noQE. t OsiX. gj. i t the good of their bind.
bshy repub A wo ha4E head l e 461
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At a m.eein of the Florida Re-
publican State Central Committee, W e
held in Jacksonville Tuesday morn-
ing, the following Statia Tick-t a
was decided ,upon aund put in the
For Governor, M. B. Macfarlane;
for Secretary of State. John F.
Horr; for Attorney General, Fred.
S. Cubberly; for Comptroller, T. L.
Skipper; for State Treasurer, E. H W i
M. Brelsford; for State Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction, W. R. .
O'Neil;* for Commissioner ofAgri- .
cultitre, T S. Rowley; for Railroad -
Commissioner, H. J. Ritchle; for '. .
Justice of Supreme Court for Term
of Six Years, M. M. Sheppard; for
Justices of Supreme Court, 0. S.
Parr, C., S. Adams, ,. P. Axtell.
Somw of the candidates are very ha no
clever fellows, and the most stupid
one of them has entirely too tiuchb
sense to think any of the 'ticket.
will be elected., Every mother's
.son of them will be. beaten so bad-
ly that his mamma wouldn't know
him. But' tlh Republican party
must keep up appearances, so as to
get a tew, Federal appointments,
and iwe guess we should not blame
them for it.
It is funny to read about our
'friend Henry Chubb, of this city,
'scoring the Democrats" and "pre-
dieting success 'for the -Republican
Congressional ticket." Chubb is
one of the cleverest fellows out of
jail, and 'he's :no fool, for want
of.sense, but he's' a great joker;
h 'likes to laugh and hear others
laugh, and he likes, to mike his
Republican. friends feel'- "sorter
good," If it's br't for a short while;
and for.these '.reasons he indulged
in that foolish tall at the Ree b-.
lican meeting in Jacksonville Tues-
day morning. -
The 'Herald believed. for some
time that the Democrats of Florida
favored the nominatia(o of Mr.
Hearst. for the presidency. The
Herald would therefore like to see
him the' nominee. At the same
time we. recognize the fact "that
should the wisdoim of the party de-
cree that Judge Parker was the
proper man, the Democrats of Flor-
ida would give hm loyal 'support
and would not sulk in their camps
,s did those in recent campaigns.
who' are'- now. the chitet supporters
of Judge Parker.-Tampa Herald.
By the ."thcse in recent. can'-
paiguni, who are now the chief sup.
',)rters of Judge Parker',' does the
.:rald 'mean those 'fellows who
strayed off after Palmer an- Buck-.
li'n r? '
W.Why dos'; Joe Stripling, a Re-.
publican politicians of Jackso:.'ville.
come out only a short whilit Ihe'ori'
the primary, and try to Co wi'inI.
-Florida Democrats that Tul aferr,'
is an uncompromising Democrat,
and that Stockton has done great
service fto the Republican party?
Presumably because Mr. Stripling
and other Republicans of the State
and Nation want to turn Democrats
against Stockton because they (the
Republicans) can't use him. Dem-
.ocratic 'voters of Alachua county,
study the Stripling letter, and ask
yourselves the question. Why
do editors calling themselves Deim-
ocrats publish it?"
We would like to know how
many of the battle scarred or
of Alachua county endorse the ac-
tion of the editor of our home
contemporary, in publishing in
Tuesday's issue of his paper a three-
column article from Joe Stripling,
a Republican politician of Jackson-
ville, aimed at and to injure John
N. C. Stockton, and to cause, if
possible, the election of Senator
We think death has removed the
only competitor Roosevelt had to
fear, and truly, we do not believe
the latter is fit for the high posi-
sion, nor did the people put him in
it It was done by an assassin, and
no man who ever reached the Pres-
idential chair by such means-or
by any other than election by the'
people-has occupied it a second
term.-Sardis (Miss.) Reporter.
Now that the Taliaferro press is
using the writings of Joe Itripling,
a white Republican politician ot
Jacksonville, to try go defeat Stock-
ton, may we not expect another
'.Joe," the negro Republican pol-
itician, Joe LIee, also of Jackson-
ville, to be used for the purpose?
Let the Standard Oil Company and
its hirelings trot out another "'Joe."
wAckton can stand* 'ekn.
When the top"l'1 removal cnaml
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i Stock, and ar,- constantly receiv- Cot
ing "up-to-date" Shoes fbor Men, $
Women and Children, at popular Hig}il
prices and of the best makes. 4
rticular attention. to the. Ladies .
("Brockport" and Mens "All Ariier-
ica"' and "WValk Over" grades. 4
3, D. Matheson,
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The Gainesville Planing
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l' -' Is souietimes .ard to keep pace with lut
"A our facilities are eqoal to all' denianuts,
whether ou want to build one house or
J : o e dozel. -You are on thle right road for
the right kind of lumber when you come
our way. We .deal ii all kinds of Build.
.lg Material for outside and inside finish
to complete any dwelling, hotel, stoae or
.', *factory. Tell us your wants. We will
dte do tba rest
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In Sthe D.mcreati Prrmary.,
ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:
Opposition to the Trusts.
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Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Duty on Egyptoia Cotton.
ural Mall Delivery.
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ii, Seei or Lint, Lnrge or Small Quanities.
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Rapid Transit and surpassed service.
Time Table in ffeci Maich 28, 1904.'
7;00 p in |
l:2u p ni
S- PlaTia, t)aytc
HIgh Springs. Waycroi
Albany, Atlanta; all P
.St. Augtstine F E C Ry 7 50 am
.lacksoiUville .850 aam
.lacksonville A 'CL Kr 10 a .
Tifton .- 0 09p. m
Tifton GS & F Ry 1 1am
Macon 4 08 p ni
Macon .Cetit.of Ga Ry 4 18 p sn
Atlanta 7 03 pi m
Atlanta W &A Rr 7 13 p i
SVILLE Arrive Fruu
IgR and Inter | 10:30 a 11
te Points __ 1 aily
Sanu Tampa, and 3:40 U in
iate points IDaily
na, Jackasonville, I2:(G5pia
at and % eat Daily
ss, Savannah, Brunswick, I -ipp n
pointss North. Bast.Wst I Dail%
S9:4h a III
canopy and Citra Daily
I 7:20 p m
S -_ ex Sunday
Lv Chattanooga N C & St L Ry I 1 05 p m
Ar Nashville ,310an
Lv Nashville.' L N Rr. 3 40 a m
Ar Evinsville . 7565a m
Lv Evinsville ,-8-'O6atu
SAr St Lou'* 1 s5 p l
Lv Evansville E &T H Rr 8 15 a a
Ar Terre Haute. '" 11 0 a m
Lv Terre Hause CA E I Rr. I 25. am
Ar. Chicago. 4 10pnm
This train is the standard of perfection in passeng'a ,-ervice. For l'ulluia
Reservations and other information apply to ticket agent P.--E. C. Ry., ,t Angus'
tie or A. C L. office 138 Ilay St., West, Jacksouville, Fa "
Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 13.0oo mites of among the princi.
pal railways.in the. Southern States are, on sale by the principal agents
'...hrough Pullman Eleeper t'or.t Taupa i New Yo6rk, via Atlantic Coast line;
also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on .
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Osanesville.
Address: FRANK C. BOVLSTON, Com'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass. Agt.,
138 W. Hay St., Astor Building. Jacksonville, Fla
11. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr. W. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. At.,
Wilmington,N. L Wilmington.N. C.
Air Line Railway
Schedule Fffective December 7, o903.
27 1: 31
9 35a 301
Io 15 8 55
II 46 o10 451
12 2p .
I 58p 12 53
2 55P 2 13
5 lop 7 26
4 14P' 4 18
5 ip 5 39
7 o8p 11 2a
7 28p 11 46
745 12 30
6 oop 6 45S
I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54
NORTH AND EAST
... Jacksonville .
. 1. Baldwin .
. .. W aldo .
.Cedar Key .
S. Ocala ...
. Dade City .-
S. Plant City
. Sarasota .
I 34 I 66
34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANti 56 57
Lv Jacksonville . 9 ooa 7 Sop Lv Jacksonville 3 40op 9 25
tAr Fernandina ... lo.. 10 5a 9 oop Ar Lake City. .. 5 51 ip II 20
Ar Brunswick . 12 oip o 35P Ar LiveOak ... 6 35p 12 o4p
Ar Savannah . i lop ix 5oa #r Madison. . 7 55P 12 58P
Ar Fairfax ... ....... 3 09P I 44a Ar-Monticello. . 9 lop 3 15P
AtDenmark . 3 57P 2oa Ar Tallahassee 9 40P 3 25P.
Ar Columbia . 5 3op 3 55 Ar Quincy ,. ... 4 i7P
Ar Camden . .. 7 4op 54a Ar River Junction'. .... 5 05P
Ar Hamlet ...,. .. 9 55P 8 o5a Ar Pensacola .... 10 50op
Ar Wilmington...... .. 12 o5p Ar Mobile .. .. 2 55a
Ar SoUthern Pines .. i. 8jp 9 36a Ar New Orleans . 7 $a
Ar Raleigh. ........i 531 to 45a 'Lv Jacksoanvlle8.l.. ".......' 8 iop
Ar Portsmaouth 8 ooa 5 35P Ar acon ...... .... '3 4
Ar Richmond, Va. :.. 6 35a 3 12 Atlanta ........... 7
Ar %i ashington......... o10] OR 8303P Chattanooga..............2 52 p
Ar Baltimore .... .....1 I 251 i 25p P Nashville................ 9 20P
Ar Philadelphia .. ... 3 5oa St Louis . ...... 7 3
Ar New York ...... 4 6 3o Chicago . . 9 5
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
d(lays, from tlaineaville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via RicEmond and Waanington. Vestibuled
fay coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Care dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail baggage and exzpe cars between
,Jacksonville and Washington and drawing room 'flm au slepers Detween Tampsa.
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
niediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
No0. 56 and 7, Pulhlman sleeper between New Orleans aad Jacksonvtlle.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa sunday, Tueaddays anl
Thursday, 11:15 p .in.
A. O. M&cDONIEI.L, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, P h.
E. C. COBIu Ticket Agent. Gainesville.
,Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Srn i' a I'' Ct July 5, 1903.
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