The Gainesville sun

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Material Information

Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00827

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Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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bher of ott
Sth month periods a panful or rrular when bkaces ai in perfect
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s iW-ii~oo' 4ya whe you are o o ts hardtseemssathoi *d myou wouildfln ontped from
a d fnale derangement eing t uot yo seems O the
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a pea sake heaIdway; wrre yoar ymims to ,MrsM. Pi kham. The Ma
n or' a".. S, dvie,. and begin at once th. us- of1 great gro
a to nAAof.i OPhillipy g

-o ito experience of the Women Whose Letters Follow: trees,
4 .I.... .. ... .h;: -'*.*. s,
Off rtand tha ytfou or all you have done for me. I have ben set ont bY
t yeand tried everything, but found no elief. I geon in h
pols sn.d C14 o.e I thought ,at tlmes I would go crazy, I' trees are
.wg would N a be to ae oration andI my ovaries taken out. h rohmof t
S ra 'Pink 's emedfies ao trial. I used both Lydia Er. Pink" Boothe, w
Wasr, and .ow 01b. imysetf coming tely cured. I had the doof
S as cured. "I cannot sanou for wha or remedies ha of Dr Ph

chuo^'n on ,adT H i n5a and gave
:7-Qx try i".-'-3Jins, 4t L*LLI4. with fit. o hAat. Express' tlemian, d*
S"t :r t" U | o o has reent
'M l rs. Lou fais, 74 Institute Placo, Flat 5, near theft
.r~irjl r to a^B J.9, i w# f t..^!,^ .no>$ g W. ChicagoV, Ill says:& to have hit
o0 .a IS ra ...l i r.. ... "' August 24, 1901. Roberts h
lasiua ag iLaO ls.. ,-. :,o "For the good of others I wish to testify to the home
: j' Ii> ,not~t ,of your wonderful, medicine, LyLda E. P ink patrons of
o! k 1 m.no cet ly in a ve-iybad condition. I suf- loating n
of elof with a continualN bwhackchie and head- flourhi
betltrs d s pleurIy in my right eic, bearmrdpwn dred pupil
ga44 daIe y, ale o fn hinting spe inswas ty is of a V
t Vasr.4, dlz eink nt i pthe school
ANY t 0 t limedclne. and was The build
loAt, a t H Pt.. t:ne ..t I derived from it. otherwiseI
,11.W.., ,It .la 1cuored of these ailments, and State agent
ooky0like n entity pew per- o
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trees. I' visitedlthe,
wenty-flve acreowI *
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;rove of twenty-oni
m of beauty, esti~aead to
t thousand boxes, and.g
her .grves near
condition.
thousand boxes weresmi.
this depot last .aaso .o
we *Will be three t.me
Lrkley grove at Largo
>ve. When the famous
rove on the west :oast of,
y, uow owned by Mr, .
ila and the :Iar4 BOa
magnificent grove. .:ma*
over fifty yeAd ol4
Dr. Phillipy, who was a O
apoleon's army. Thees 4
till ~vinig their owzneirt f l
h '.golden frdit, r. D L
hose mother was a dgahtc
Ilipy. a most congenial n
rove me through this seetioa
me much anformatioun, -I
tly buUt a comfortable hae'
Sutherland college 4in oid*
s children near school. ehiv
as just mpIed into he Mn S
here. A id many other
the school are eontemplatih
ear the olle, which slain 4
condition, over two bUoi
s in attendance.. The faon
ery high grade teachers, .
is on a' successful a4inc',
ling is being painted 'iid
improved. W. 8. Moore
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ttB en. iarnes of, Orange
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)o it0p, $Xrs. 'J$en( Duke, returnedI
a iler home hest napy.
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snwere soppin ek. in the iavest of-
d Mr. ME. o ile.ise. l lhe dkow erve,
h4atg bo, apean ned ain athe pish bsi-
noe la4to a fwwoek a .go. a
h T ieiisinesstdeymanr ia'nt rease
In J T'o ad P phiear e uroS. e of the New
| t sherlv to WHstr "herr the asout
side 'riii inias enoying aremark-
1 00 et0.'0.l t 1s4Mit Rtbeminme's-

Sr, whose homet toii in lJasperde oart-
Sed, ase foanr f'orTallahassee, oavfitg
; abe a lerkship in. the; ilHouse oft

'L I `,.o-ialle y, th tempersumo
otur o,' aiared aalnat at the Buptist

's|laen^ appreci ted .her r.
Th"E. lAdy Wppearede under 'the
wlel ofaten oecan;l mad C U.
ies bU onstei departed' yesterday
SD. tobhafer as shi ing ler for

$elnd Fgrk toa sree him leave b -ut
wMi hni MrOcess lh Is newoin16 1o ra-
oherha-
_.Qbli aoe qlanager-for Florida of1the
,4| l^ iano,'a omlrak yp is Inl the'o il ty
4te0606 J4tofiletn. He came gpres o-


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and Mrs. IE. W. Milliean- andl
. 1 Wal^do wore vilsitora to this
i esteay. 'Mr. Millhican is an eX-
aval stores operator near
I.SW bta basiea here frequent-
hs' purchases yesterday
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the flyer and
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'and Mrs. L,'0. Banning 'or a few

lon'tforget the tylok .k: e
the Auditortem of 'the .o AIthe.r,



ierd f tn onosackoa-ri wFerae
e'Grad f th And 1epiht tr0 eho 0t1 o .
pongn frulatr bwu-nes p,
augo .A. ;. Cong sa Willm Brown,
'ie.t 0 rturnedfom a eirthe e-
the former's son,T. J .nnings 'o.e, is .
engaged ix ithe saw ill busin.es.
'The friends of't 'ther J. SMonson'.
will bW a.t#bd 'to l learn that w has'
';$llooently re, w6ered from isbl recent

sa4 he t S mi-Agrng with ,h old asso.

The friend*..- .or QNov...0.
are $l4d:to greet lmrogthe sbtarerts
ahi th'after l an' indle o,,.taun whih,
ho-.-d hnui to his rooarin for' several
weeks.t The Oaptan has Iustered si
veris yfrom a earla nakle.m, .h: i
Wt O. thesn retuned yesterday from
his beoutiful grevei on Santa Fe lake
wherhe"ha s'be senu Irthe, pas t.fe
nays, He sa that e threes e
excellent ionItoion, full of bloom arnd
young fruit with fine prompeIts for a
good crop next season,
Dr.it 8.l Hohine, ari eminent
physeilan of Atlanta, is in the oityu
as the gueet of L. Wd. eennell. Dr.
Holier At is tdroo wa caled

. B .arker, who as quite ill at his
home snse : e ",
With a view to giving the borders
all th0 ligt possible, 8. I. Baukfilght,
who conducts a boarding house on
West rainy treetCN., has installed it
his yard a brilliantgas lampp. This Iai
appreolBa0ed, especially sinoe that por-
tiona of the of ty is very poorly illui-
nated.
F. 8. Osteen of Micanopy, a mem-.
ber of the ofrm of Hastgraves & Osteen,o
naval stores operators, was among the
visitors to this city yesterday. Mr.
Oateen says he in feeling a little blue
over the recent heavy decrease in spir.
its, having dropped from 05 to 50 cents
per galldn.
Hni-n. H. C. Parker, who conducts
mercantile businesses at Hague and-
Lacrosse, was a business visitor to this
city yesterday. Capt. Parker was for
years one of the efficient members of
the Board of Publi Instruotion of Ala-
ohua county, but was compelled to re.
sign on account of his business con-
nections. He is an enthusiastic edu-
cator.
J. H. Winter and son Vance of
Waldo were visitors to the clty yester-
day. Mr. Winter is an extensive taUk
manufacturer, and yesterday set the
last of twenty-two tmianks of various ea-
pacities for tlhe Oil and Ctemiecal Comn-
pany. Hle is now in correspondencee
with a large manufacturing firm in
rtuse wi. N. Y., which he- feels will
result in the closing of an order for
sixty-sx cypress tanks.


T. Jennings Cone, the enterprising
saw mill and crate man- of Raleigh,
was in the eity for a few hour. yester-
day and made The Sun an agreeable
&and profitable call. Mr. Cone has one
of the most modern plants in this sec-
tion. He states that business was
never in a more flourishing condition,
the demand for lumber being steady.
The friends of Mr. Cone will be glad
to learn that he is prospering.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus REndel have re-
turned "to the city. The latter :haa
bWen visiting relatives and friends int
Jacksonville, while Mr. Endelhausbeen
i n e*w Ytrk purchasing hi new.
spring and summer line, &e ,iated
yesterday that heba aesm.4 abso..
lautely the nobtbiest asIaoat of:
41at l #1' 0 'iolhig r
m^'.fur(hi ever~rr~~ta


yor e-" st~o t1 thet


^^i^JIalin, were traNag ii thi city
ies~te'4 V They: ar residents of Al.-

A. rn i me, of Ala"hs, one f
the old ioisens ,of 'that town, hs s
amopg the business visitor to this -oIty
ytterday. .
W. Willam ai oTnd Thoas of

1yot rdry. The Sun Taknowledges .an
aiveealbe Qalt.
Prof, M. DeLand, W. B., F. .
and J, 8. 0rown and W. H. Draeger
ofRlo y ,T: whre"-fong the vist-,
Itors to ainesville yei.erday. ,
IMr., W.L. Hill and son, after aw
pteaai 'j;I^t eovethrg a period of sevy
ral days to relaties at .rlochelle, have
retuirteAd to their hoM in this cty
T khe est phhysi; : rInbeprlain's
stomach. smi llvei Tablet; B6asy to
Stake: p4.sant in efeRt. Fqr ^ sale by
all druAggist and medicine aonn panies.
P. M 1thpy, who .fo the past few
month 'hasteen eond pg a stow in

an:tamil to Ley vy nyj whbre fhoy
'peat in Ntutnre to relde.
Cese6 Olark,.the effloient represents
tive of the Roundtree Trunk and Bag
.o..pay', Rtichmond Va., has return
ed to hip home in. this city after an
extensivettip through the Wsit. Ho
reports excellent success.
Int speaking of Miss Alce Nichols'
entertainment of the Young Ladies"
Card Olub;,The Sun stated that. the
event would occur on. the 25th Inst.
This was a error, and should have read
Wednesday, the 15th inst.
3. E. Watnwright of the United
States land lffloe is spending a few
days with friends and relatives at,

of :.ablne froi his duties. -H-e is
1exPot, to rt atomotrrow.
u 3. rkhi as retuared fron a
extended lsit to Baltimore and other
atern o'ints, 'Where he has bein for
the purpOe of purchasing his spring
and summer stock. He secured a
beautiful line, Which are now being
received and played on display.
The ladies of the Helping Hands
will ave an ynlque entertainment on
FldaX evening of the 17th, beginning
at 7:80 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs.
.G' K. Broomo, for the benefit of the
Presbyterlan church. Choice refresh-
mtentm and amusements. All are cor*
dially invited .
House and.lot for Sale-Three blocks
from Pesby0terian church. One' two-
tWiry resldene, two building lots;
"ne location in good neighborhood.
Aloothirty.seaen-aore vegetable farm
bordering o Pine's prairie, Fer-
tile land. This place is a rare bargain.
Apply to M. i1, Saunder. daw V
The W. C T."U, of this city has soe-
cured the services of Rev. B. A. Tay-
lor, D. D., of ]oston, who will give a
series of five lectures on "Ameriean
OitiIaenship," beginning Thunrsday
ething. lie i said to be a very fine
speaker, and will no doubt attract good
crowds.
W. W. Tyler of New York, president
of the H. M. Tyler Lumber Company
of Montbrook, was in the city yester-,
day. He is spending a few days at
Montbrook, looking after the business
of the company. Alex Read, superin-'
tendent of the company, with head-
quarters at Montibtrook, wa also here.
Mr. and Mt.. land Oeorge, who
were married Ia Jaokonville a few
days ago, have returned to their home
.i North Ga|tuaealle, Upoa their re
turn the yoing folks of North Gaines-


villa decided to give them a srenade,
and now the o Is o e. the yo .
W6lks, for they appene4 to .be ai-
tiken in the abode of t oupl d
sern.aded ah6I@,i n .'1o "Hew-
eer, the oud th a ereader
Was apprevIf4 em1tr # M.


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3 10T. 4ell of th e Atitl ooost
Lh 0elle, was a visittor o tht*
city etei4y.
3,o W arterone ot
itng tienis of Weaizopy, pd, the 1ty
a oes^ies vislt yestridy.
P.; :. U. idley and his daughter,
M4iss hr`, were it the city from their
home at oesville yesterday.r
W. H. powden and Robert' Ford :of
Mioinopy wesre among those who viYso
'ited Gainesville on business yeaterdaity.
tudtill aplanter of Newberry,
was among these who came to Gaines-
vUe on a trading expedition yester-

SMrs. -. M. Williamson of Tampa ist
$iithe i0ty, whe will be the guest-
of Mrs. J. E. Futch for the next few
i 4 .' ." 3 : '
William Coldham is at Bennington,
where be is,.cgaged in painting the
hom. of N. A.'Callison at Spring Park,
Farm : .
W. H. Smith, a progressive- citizen
of Leighton, was in the city yesterday.
He called at The Sun ofiloe and. re-
nowed his subscription.
We have iust received a ear of fine
mules, suittble bor Loggin'g andturpene
tine purpoes 1 Call anl .see theImn
Crawford & Davi.s, dawls, .
Wantedo-Potition by party of good
moral habits.. First-class references.
o -willtfito do anythino. Address
Box86,.Oaineaville. 2td- tw
Recruiting Officer "Bridges' of tihe
State convicts arrived in th< city from
.pocala yesterday. He states that h.e is
,veiy well pleased with his new' ho Ne.
Mesdames H. L. and W. B. Phiferi
and W, 3. Carpenter are attending the
annual meeting of the Woman's For-
eign Missionary Society now in session
atiitra. 'The meeting will probably
adjourn tomorrow.
George Taylor, superintendent of
the immense interests of the Gaines.
vile Peach Orchard Company at
Palmer, was in the city yesterday.
He states that the conditions of the
weather are very favorable, and that
the peach trees are flourishing now.
An alarm of fire was turned in from
Box 82 shortly before 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon, which summoned the de-
li. Wi 1ittts 'e i mra ill, where the
boiler room was discovered to be on
fre, TI~e damage was slight, how-1
bve., as -the fire was extinguished with-
out the assistance of the hose.
We.'.We le ge a pleasant call yes-
terday'fti? Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Price
and their sweet little daughter, who
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Peeler,
South Qahiesville. Mr. Price, who
calls Melrose his home, is one of The
Sun's oldest and most substantial
friends, and a visit from him is always
appreciated,
Dra. 3. Harrison Hodges and J. F*
McKinstry, Jr., have returned from
St. Augustine, where they have been
in attendance at the annual conven-
tion of the Florida State Medical So-
'ciety. 'They'report a most beneficial
session, whicll was attended by a large
number of the most eminent physiciaps
in the State.
We have been requested to announce
that, owing to the municipal election,
the Deestrict Skule will not be pre-
sented Tuesday night as has been ad-
vertised, bat the date will be publish-
ed in The Sun of Tuesday. There will
be a rehearsal Monday night, however,
when all the members of the caste are
requested to be present.
SAfter a pleasant sojourn of several
months in this city and vicinity, Com-
'modore R. W. Bell of Uniontown, Pa.,
haa departed for his home. The Com-
mnodore is well pleased with this see-
tion and has been a regular visitor
hero for the past eleven years. He in-
tended remaining here until July i,
but was suddenly called home on ac-|
count of business


T. E. Owens, who has been -asAo-
elated with our brilliant young lawyer,
0, 0. Thoms,'since last June, has sev
ered his connection with Mr. Thomas.
Mr. Owens i undecided as to his
plan for the future, but says he has
been so overworked on account of the
enormour- amount of business he and
Mr. ThomM hve had to do that he
tk lly needs ret and that he will take.
t ,imst train to White' Sapring, where-
anaitado veryli e teutrest. Mr.
Ow h aa not yet formnlated' any
plas for the fet but a he is ve
aish in love w Ith wPiy dt A po-
ShopeI th th 9etWil wil er

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npany

in re.
, John
litable
Atlan-.
t of a
'peti-
oulton
bear-
preme
e de-
6ntto.


dompaay,. This *in^afx
ow^er of the Plzawhotel be
time that stretitre was
fIre. This property preat
the company ever ieil
ed. An -nsuc0oesfi^tI wa
made to place th' 6ooaNy th
hands Otf a reoeyte in 18
THE CLAY 10" FI N
D. Rich'bourg Ha; Valuab1e D plsit
.. Property NeatF Ir
: If thu*alculatoioof DB.3. Wtlo
who .owns a valu.ial tra of g d
comprising ^wo hnliu4re 4 acre
lard station, near Gairn j l
out as he expects, he has 1 tg
for the remainder of his lif tt s
tract contils what he bevea
deposit of rich','red delay. Its144
fled toa small paceq ut is as
throughout- the entire traot a
proverbial har on a dob's kal '
Mr. Rlihbourg, a; an expert
few days .go made a.nd brn$e
dozen bricks, which he boght
city for inspection Satrday.
who are in a position to knaw
that he has a good things tadh e
material will make a fir t-ola rtt-
Ole.
The clay Is of a deep re~ olor, and
will make a handsome bri l
WO CONVICTS CA1.,
Were Employed at Turpentin Camp
of B. F. McCall, FeIrbanlo
Information reached tthis ety yes-
terday to the 'ffect t.:a t .r negro
convicts, on the turpetitte Aiip of B.
F. McCall at Fairbanks soIed0ded in
making their escape. riday. .
Notwithstanding that the convicts
were guarded:, they made a sudden
dash through the lines, and: alost be-
fore the guards realized whi thda hap-
pened were making away wit the
swiftness of deers.
The guards discharged the contents
of double-barrel shot guns "tb the
fleeing convicts, but this only had the
tendency to make them run faster,
with the result that the attempt at es-
cape ,was successful.
The names of the convicts could not
be asCertained.
SOCIETY RE-ORGANIZED.
Ladies of Presbyterian Church Revive
.tHelping Hands--Officerk Elected.
The Helping Hands, an organization
of the- First Preibytie iha church,
which has been lying 4prma., for
some time,'has been t"rived.
At the last meeting, hch walds at-
tended with a grea degree of terest,
twenty-five names were eirolled, and
the following officers were eleed for
the ensuing term: ..
President. Mrs. J. D. Striafellow;
Vice-President, Mrs. 8. B Ohapin;
Secretary, Miss Millite ')Adcon;
Treasurer, Mrs. E;. P water.
The Musicale.
The chorus which Will, In, n the
ente rtainment at the seminar hall
Wednesday night indulged in prac-
tice last night at Mrs. Deby's and arc
getting their songs in flne shape. The
"Tell Me, Pretty Maiden/$ quartette
practice every afternoon. "
H. F.er't .Will Wheeler amd
Byron West, recoge zed as being the
best orators. in school, wi#4l give declh-
mations which will be .bjoyed by
every one. Their subjects will bep~ub-
lished later. :.
l rs.Denby has added another noum It,
ber to the program, "The Pofessor aI'.
Home," which is god--bth the' so.
&ioas and song. There *re siziet
voices in the chorus. '
Funera of ailnfiaut. .
The funeral of Kathei e the ittl |
-w-o id daughter of Mr. eh

from the residence 8ito-~p *i*t

Baptie church offieiattiafc I


mite interneaft was ias ,AwlA
iemetery and V lag age g
ripend ascompaje.r tht ^ J< ^

M. ^wa4 Mrs. M sr~lir)E^ B KI








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torey Dclare w


iAURE MADE BLUNDER
s Not Oalled Upon Final Pass-
.of .ll, as Provided by ,ules.
tso-n .Argued in U. $. Court at
4Ckbonville Thursday.
h. iBir "s-tnlon of the 10th inat.
Ithe lowing to say regating a
Which will prove of interest to
tx0 fTheu: u:
Su1it for damages of $75,000
0 argued in the United $tatei
Yesterday, the validity of one of
aof Florida is attacked piV
it "4d that it,' was not :Io,~tti'-
)ipiaassed at the easlton oft the
tle 9in 1899, and never became
,ti.onal law..
..t WUt ome of the puit will be.
with great interest as ,the]
;^whiobio is contained In chapter,
:t1be l 'asi q0 olarida, has, herptoi-
b e3a in ect and. regardecd iat
ed-th aotlre sessuin ofo the"
| State*court yesterday, and in
t e came was subniitted
a i tin i'guestion is the 14act
it administrator the right t o.
r the death of a child. O The
Stln". In the guit O9f W. :3.
IWOnibrator, vs. V. A.. Ca,-
e olartio i8. to recover
g for the death of a toy caused
iltg'4 mistreatment whtie thesaid
a oner in a convict camp
hook. ounty. W. l. Brake, the
Sof ths. boy, of whose.estate he is
Siatfattor, s a native of GeorgIa,
btignp a:ittagainst N. A. Callison,.
l .idenb of the southern district of
he plitftf'e-dOelaration says that
00,ib6lto 1901, the plaintiff's de-6
da ltt, Gerard H. Brake, being a
lr-itpeen years of agOe .was :im-
edbyth6e defendant by authority
tl ~oaid of County Commissionen s
Alaha county, as leasee of the
ty- evict.. ",.
"he attorney. for the defendant
1shl4 '"nrgUment on the faet that the
trnal. of the Hotuse of R tepresenta-
ets and the Senate of the Legisla.
ie ofFiorida for the session of 1899
I.tot show that the chapter on whicli
Splaintuiffl' counts are founded was.
jied at length, and the decision now
its witb. JIdge Looke.
'The contention of the defendant'
4orneys is that the constitution of
S0 tate provides that the roll shall
afilled for the vote on any bill on-
01 reading, and the journals of the
,lAIlature do not indicate that this
llydone.
so who ',are familiar with the
Aw a W' th. iTi s anad the subse-
iatof the boy, have volun-
b()~It formation publicly iu be-
.the defendant, Mr. Oallison.
M QalUsota was abset from the

:it ,, u that -he'" aboliUtolyi
thing of the illness of thb de-
O -rard H. Brake, until a short
1Ot to bls death, wheu he had
i removed to his own home,
,medil d -a id and tele-
dthe deedent's parents, who
tefwre-,he 4'.- dea.th.
:A; L eove Letter
1 sa te e .rest you 1if you're
for asranteed salve for sores,
r ptleli. Otto Dodd, of Ponder
tes "I suffered with an Ugly'
e'Hary bet a b9 of Buckltn'a
rthi. It afldru; storeS.
A AT WORLD'a PAI, .
^i(^ii-l


Meet at 1ont00 mery asn?
3^< M : orz.u Ala Aprtl to.-1Th1
godl t.estce to the~ St L~oudl
et Wloditeeday to 4wloe wAY#
*dhte Steve Alatbgp retrgt at
the Plans were Mobepie
K B ot a" .st actakiw.a j
1" w
t 'pthe el s t e *
"^ ^;.;ate W(ert"i


u: s


ltI tte b4 foed by thecir
^~~O0 **i^^^^**^ fkfj
X VoIreof thie i eit s tp it to burn
Vtcing Ilws no st iit r dy, czemn
Aier tt fnrme ha wiMnl frt6 ntlv af A mA


...W. wral FqqW
Thei trob l:.th lo-d1 byUettL-bliat'sbraoritklest''t
Ift thd a fo tod you*, k,;,*I. I Io 1 .o
tot by the f r *64y; i st WIIWDEM A .D.0: UPPRA af
sretendby theatt t t- d poisons some es dry 1up 4th iiatra
i ?oe of t 14 to blod. s ep i ak by Club har, and dry, often emrckin at hiltedlig a
Indigestion, Th yatw deprtve of t TdUsda OPamphlets Distri. fe l4ta. Th form of zena k
amount of nouria h ot quired Rto eeup 'r d ev a attacks the hands and
the str tntb. at a la ns uted'T-PreqTdTit Rotveln the ha of p p
more of th d6ola6te6snW p4 ai3l(W marty Vite Preseldott. upon the face, neck a
wak, nd 'then weoaerunt l flt polluted blood, and this huifnliating disea
di5aased, Here p0t m sae N w York. lA .O.-t, tenmberr of enedis afford bitt acat relief. The blood an
Ihat of t g th gthe UnIon eague club, of this city, the poison,thediseasecaltnotb
ot hy ld t Ises ilt take radical epa, it is said, A powder or other local applicc
.tosethattht hb, e n.U th favoring nero t in the south ..d deteriorated 'blood to its nore
Sat th ir April meeting, which occurs 8lggishorgans, and all thewasteinatteriselhiu
tonight, through the proper channels. 8. S. S. mnak
11-u, a ,B I od, con.s s whilt ,e a1Peal01, blood icih and strong and under its tonic and h
to to dcoal with the question along the rating eff.$ct the general health improves, t
-,,li ne of a r.cal redit. of ropre ak rbecomeas soft and smooth again.
Setato of tlic abutr tat In 8: S, S contains no minerals but is guar
u re congress,. Wrte s if you need tial advice;"
Th. famous remedy puts the stomaoh an It, is last a year ago that the Union illustrated book on akin diseases sent''ree.
"dges'ive organs in a healthy condition so" lessii club was divdead ion tle ques THE SWI
that ritoh,red blood is sent coursing through t on of discharging negro attendata.
their v ln and arteriesof everymusole,.titnue The negro servant .w kept by a ----- .
and fiber throughout everyorgan oftheoon- voto of 3 to 1 after a:rmiy season.
tire body, and byNaturesi law of health, full The ropart of the .to6 committee '
:-. Ecur idgestion ds~,efra and on e,
'stomaohdisorders. to preoetl4 the actlOn tforing nnopao
.I have taken Kodol for iearl two monthly suftrsage, wia, it i0 be 0,yed, .c46tto a
after ech meat and i I th ty O medy sensationn in the ot s A bowe, t regular action cannot be secured until
that tave relief fromte tIhiN pans t-8r rdcitngI that sout' stattest have s teoui bile to matke the ntest0ns
du After atime.oudtaetbu toens teps to 'rcut nationalett r natural fuc ns. pt
one t Wdandw ll. rhet rurat agitatidn Ckikised byt cathartIca, omls
o.. a.. .. d:. a .o ., w.ike.*, b a ottle Islatlo .g giving suffraetio'negroes,Lthe continual aan Incrasin; osetlt
M,,. 4. W. Coo....s..., il entr, e. report recommends I congress b attan the results,
Kodol Digests Wh. 1 tt: r a. a sIeW to tato' tl t) n h: tion. without
lotimonly.-$t.00 diSW th t it recommends ales at this body
size. t tel66116r0i nts. rIk
r.ward by 0. 0. D wfl-r O~iQaQ be .aked 'to cut to,d ,o the.rn repe,
,,rW rsentation, and that a-'large Sum Oa
L. -- money be approtir!ad .t test the 4v6 .V
iLity o r the recently e ,onattu.. r
SHAMROCK III L9AP AqAiN. tionsn Alabama., Vlrtoin and othOr mlititn Fevers, a,
s I a states In the somth, ', trouble, works permanent
New Cup Challenger Muah Faster thn The ablest counsel 'isthIs country PIPT
Shamrock I. wll beemployred to preiare and argue -B..
Weymouth, April 10-A 15-rile run thee t4st eaaa r*ar4p the co sti
to leeward and be)t home giving a lee, tutfonS mettoned. I, 4Lotoin to the jtby, JB raO ro
ward and windward test of S0 tulles sums a pproprited, it 1i proposed to
under conditions as similar as pos. ask the lnd4lvluIol members of t.h. club
'ble tp those expected during the race to contribute.
for the America's cup off A&ady Hook, Otie of the prime lovers in this
wDa the course set for the two Sham- movement ias aid to b. (.rmer Sres-V OM vI
rocks toG:y., The breeze was vie.y tary of the Intertor. Cortlus, N. Blise .
light, not vver 5 knot. 'as the boat. The club to expected to adopt reoD0 "
tinder club to(lps.dl ranged up for the lutlons following the adoption of the L 0 Y. _ft -
start and v'ro asnt off fitm a mark committee's report. Te thousand ;
boat of Woymouth pler. copies of these resolutto will be *lr.. rpor' .. .".II
T. he starting tizte were: Shamrock culated to tatOe *enator, prominent
j1o, :0J:; 0wn; rock 111 10.(0 i 0 0 churchmen and those in authority lb h
S e1ohler bu1at waa ju t owtng eveywhem, l "i. J
clear oa the weat.her bo'w of the chal resident'Roosevelt wae vice preol.s ".. < .
longer as they rounded the mark oat., dent of the club to 189',. Ho is still
J'b topsalle wore broken out and the prominent i its councils,
boat reached off. free acros thoe General Horace Porter,Useph H,
mouth of the bhay to get clear water Choate, John Hay and (eorge C 'hot Rnalleinsand Jobbel
fdr a straight rn indown the wind. Dur. Ward, have also acted as prealdents
lag the Leach Shaniroek Il showed the of the club at different tiea. The
same form that rp'ltlod' yachtmrwin late Hamilton Plah and Willam U I
yesterday. Aftr the challenger hai l Warts- also ad that distinction In Wigo .
el~el In on Stiamrock I, the latt.r their li.ffetime So has Senator Cha- .. "
opeinh.d away again an. as they reach- y M. #t. m M,
ed past Whitp Noae the older boat. Jo0h P. Itoikeiler. J. aPiern nt r
led by nearly a halfr minute. Morgan and Andrew Cftxtete iAre
SShamrocrk I1l was about 5 milnuti me*mlers eof the olub, the to latter TOIH 81DE QUARE. I Q Z
ahead o. Sharrmlk I. when the ho atu boing ios t i overning conittee. The Highet markeotprice paid for Ohloknat. EfAgs a
ro.ded the rto.. which acted as l tof tmembersolxlud8M ao Willlam" .
mark boat, at the end of the leeward D. 1oane,r G(orsf f. nBakw White-.
run, law Reid John Jacob Ait'. D). 0.
-Mill a ay other proitftitt man. A Complete to K k of hly, ionC Oltn Iowr, II
PERFQRM AIe:ENT, CEREMONY and R Wotahe d the i Yh )
gmperor, ni ta Joseph Honors PU. i MNV AVr0TION C*UlT0IO. I .
.. eve. .Aged M60. *-fWu'
Vlenoa, April a0.-Kmpo r s MIs reeWould a C
Johfepl1 aroited by It ahdukes In t^ T, H' -bL eU*.
the hobfur today performed ttheh ah. If -hW r Apii1-M*e | |Ia
clent holyThrday ceretrniayofwoth. | | of the A a
ages ranged 'fro. 92 tO 89, a.ggegat.i.'j Sw ao at .Y N rd "LIU ).
lng 1.082 y ra. The emperor frt the ats oft the 'ompOStsiOf h5 e alieVid e 1 ,0
placed dlhee of' fo4 before eadh ma, .l.tliibtsonl jIs sid to -lrt fte ..
which the archdkeas r noved imm ,ic tilt Invests alo by cores o. ..
edlately art.rwars,. the vtanls )l4a thim abil' of-t .i ro -th, rnisi f
snt lat,?r to the ho mB'.bomen. They .lhlell' t n >;:, ... d Ott,
hanging a bag contaIn.ng $. pheeBs ofwnoe j tyo aiaalr.'o f the tl ..oo.. .'
e.he.r around each mtian'sa nck. Iii olsyhe waS." suopendfd It ihtt a
majesty appeared tO be' to exi hosith *r T k s..wan d 5it, at C. Od44' SS ad.
Theh wa a -terg '(tbartntg of vocOM.Ias reetfalsaft$oa e tho Red
eourt. itploma.ie.and miatltaerV aral es s t to w t *h&dssc
present. lIndlng A utheade or' a of the publi Asp..kl# fur Else 3ar.
ftivee, Wiitsr Att.abe JHartl, tb* &aMt abe 5* lIt me fb t, but
Brt!.si amtiwas'r.r t, r V. 0 Pluank SO stanch o ,ored over ell the tr.. btp
et -and lAdy P lamkett and t'he d *uch, itrei *1 te tti he4 Etede-
ess of hTarbormwAgu .e .. ... ."... ..
Rer*5 ,4a a~i. 4.uL ,,,Ar,,,:su .so r~fz w%1,WR Z.&


*Tenne*a0 P rivt0 at S&e po reascbd X P'rak I bwf ps4a*t at the Pat
is feet today aod sw 1 th0 re wsalty of Os*tIera., ha Wen p ; :"
tf i itnbes an bout. At All potato pots114 by te 10 g
about it tontIflhl4I rising, swet 5 WaS4taPoU to a peatlo. 01 at #sgaa 4 4, .
the ..stra0rW b*w 5*r5. of tile 01 Mtt toe wevy. p ve" 5 .5 ..
ason isod Yrecb ro^s4 rVeIr. T. 4W7 'till b he
Os.iS ra4 u#sA'
river will reach the daatn0'r i.W P1. 8 purses RAM 5*eg f* *. *4
ftiat at this *tat' as weor hew wt s' aggdtolag go .W $4w i
g cad will ptobtably n's hk 4s feel N
5tatecomes attica.
''ss "^ '*"'^ *'**' ''*"" ''''''''''l'^'*^ l'..< ^^^^ -^ ^... 1 '\' ^.' ^:.,.";1 :^;:/^li~^ ,! ^ ^ s'% *i,*-* ".^ '!


eltattiont thitrgih the:6
like fire; aand thet icte
aa appears, in a:g~tfit n
ere r lness of the skin if
ich a clear or stri, clZorE4
mes, forming into sores. ; ale,
Sthis i. ve ig c





t is called Acne. Tiochl
d systeni being sanratu4 with
b reached with washes~salves,


eso tihe
tVrigo-
tid the
Mnteed hpurly a iegtable.
this will coat you nothing,
FTir SPECIFIC CO,. Atlast, .


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sand Ffivero fot m efe
If, B ious, Remi tftgi nd!ter..'.
,d, by geng to the eat of the

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fil sept stamps of a4
6tgs an 2 ents.5 -
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ws 1ue fted dpwo~~m 2,00.
4s 1.
Season of shake-
p o is ow promised thme
ii __ .__p tp l

N W AM O3 J. $at o.will go est otneit
Sk 0 4 4e rolitIcl Ipeeohesi
tey ,Rspect thep
a of s0r) 0o the ,sesteonds of
1.0
i.
[le Wudin F1t through the
tPod. people what hi

fo them. Bt Cha ston,
ISSIo st to be visited'while out on

I959 are eame very able Demnocratt
O$wit ll embloy their leisure hours
this snmeonr preparing to illustrate a
t "ft stoy n the floors of Gomqgres
51 iish will show up the JRepuJflican
,y in a pitiable light. ublic


for public lighting and a ml nhchptl





I 1 1l.a mootedqetinwt
~ wtetwork S- pant. The people of
-liesvlle would doubt favor the
ng f bonds to improve our fair
(ty
Crhomwe Gibbons makes the best-
ong p t .Maker the llbnse has had forn
Cromwell will devote the'
SPdalft-hour or so every morning
4- in arranging the boeUquets ont
Is desk*
h ere are few men in public life who
9 Saddle a mooted question with
4 6 oility !f senator Allison. ,The
ziutnsites~pd theanti-Oumminmites
th tieve tohabt t rte senior Senator
14 6nw. is s"all right ."
eA~ta. a Thonstaitut Ion ai a ae i
t' ,,t.anaunhes that "the R6.e
tisnue ep0- Miohipgan by nearly
S$t4 -o didn't cost them more
$1ea that sum, it was a cheap eant
patgt for the- machine Iin that State.,
. Captalrrtookr, the efficient agent
1 ) u wonLegs, to. again at Tala-t
ie.n t bds he hs not called upon his
ethiet to attend teu Legislature. luth
i 0y will be on. hand before the see-
tion 4oses with soni request for his
braves.. _____
Aneffort Itbeing made to protect'
Ahs kslu in the lakes and streams of
thd +. Th0 slaughter of game fish
by greedy sportamen, bosrho only try to
see how large a catch they can make
s a ahy, should ke stopped before the
wttres are completely stripped' of time
0Atny tribe.',
Thalast report rromu Eitor Ander-
eeot Al aphtittwti to the effect that
a as doing a good business at that
lintown. 'Juing iath light 'of
S nderstanding from 'the
and aoount-u of some of tme-
taef that place. is -would ap-
he was 'doiasg s-good business
ontar lint. -
In receipt of an anonmy
guT1azpayer. It is
restthilpaponsever
4thon without


bimiself as g~ood as. tits -aeylgp
te~de is always trouy. 'W'4 a
which has t caused' t Ore p0t00.0A6
so selfasnportant n niie
has resulted at tiAmes' ae it dAi4 -urfg
gala week, in having hi, slull played'
oan by some of t h oU tr pope "who
visit the etopsils n who do o
t t e n ro as gle gnt
aedo.fto wh it lgh, prs, in 4csorm
rifle. '
It the other d thereourred
that pity sonsethintg w bleh has not been


ofsho ld ens,'BIr r....





known :mm i+0 thi tate ostbar das
of -egroe.pubtloat rol,
of tacksoeviIo, engli*xheadewhilethe
Time'stor h of inollo to the whites,
is' being told in' onneotion with the-
troceedings Of a -ity Council meeting
held there,resently. The O.. Oo n.
cil of' 3acktonville, t okn-b tet 'by
Pleasad ,lt, pe.rmwtegd two nero
memberewk of that body to pdece on th e
board of iAnspetort and eletks, ai the
ofty election fa one of the anrds, auit
'negroes. This wos in the iexth war.d










fhrom -tose .ncuplu+ oiin
where there are a great many. cloen-
tial white voterss as hell '0 colored
oftizens. But 'the Oit1 Oobtioll per-
lted thtis to be tdone without eveuo
rnoh, as S protest corning tromta s lw
le member og that body. They were
'all negroes ani theyserved. White
AIot-rs who called to, exercise the rights
of franchise were compelled to sttbmit
to this. Thete was but one protest
ad nhaticame in' the "olumns of the
Timea-Unioon llthe following nornifg,
'when that paper, in connection with a
report of the procee4itags, condmued
the 'action of the Council in rni.
measured terms.
This action was, taken by Wetmore
and osm the ,two negroes whio were
working in an effort to defeat the pro
posed charter amendments, and' who
'were throwing' obstaoles in' the Way of
the election every time an opportunity
presented itself. But such an action
conid be expected of two negroes orh
from those unscrupulous politicianle
who were mAkiftg a W effort to con-
tinue their power in thhe city. The
only surprise is: that in a body cown-
posed of eighteen men u thfre was not
respect enough for the white people of
the 0ity to enter just one mild pro-
test against Ouah a policy. It was a
slap in the faoes of the white citizens
of Jacksonville and a dirty leso.fo tro
the' metropolis of the State- to set to,
other parts of Florida.
It has always been stated, that the.
negroes of Jactksonville were a cono .t
temptible lot', who run over white peo-,
ple whOnever they had in opportutlty
for doing so. ,'But they are "not to
blame to the extent that theo Oi y
Council or those who were their coauh-
rs in connection with the last charter-
election.,
It is to be 'hoped thatt when t-his
charter question tomes up for oon0id-
eration at this session of the Legisla-t
ture that it will beso amen4 ed'ias to.
forever prevent an occurrence of what.
took piace there a few days ago 'It
l about e ie that Jackovile. was

i question. topr oh oo
-Dsefhess Cannot Be Cured
by oce'i applications, as they canhnot-
reach tue diseased portion of the at r.
Th're it oily one way to eur, deaf-


-the esul, 'and" t nehat !dtim
ten ean be thatnis by oonsicutional-
tredisDeafness is caused by as
in-flamed condition- of the mucous
lining of the E~ustaohiaa Tube. When
this tube i, inlamianed you hate a trumt-
bling sound or imperteot hleadingc and
whenm It is entirely closed, deatness is
the result, and' unless the izfaustamm
tiout can be taken out and this tub. re
stored to 'its nmormnal condition, hearing
willbe destroyed forever. Nine' eases
ot- of ten are caused by eatatt
'which. nothing. but an inftazeed on'.1
duteon of the ziusost sarticess


We wi I, give Qe i. ,udad ." o 4
for any tcase f .defa w (e d.
c .tath) -hst Oano r 4 *

WlNW Cm.


gg T4HE COTTONoT.U*



Vonited States Census Office has been
ka Ap received, and is a most interesting
Thepre.edocument.int showsthe cotton pro
t h I education of the country to have been a
S ~erylarge for the season just closed. w
01 S;d i oufety 'The report shows that there was pro-
O 6r- duc din the United States 11,078,882
ra41C htehq couhn. omder ial bales, equivalent to 10,- a
ll Sa tx asdo- 680945 fIve.huMndred-pound bales. Of
velo MadoXg~ tha any l~this iinumber 104,953 bales were Sea b
e o p a d all ei island oi long staple. -h
u~ an -~ ownill~ Florida produced 67,287 bales of Up- t
eoe h cmf slip w lad d and 82,989 bales of Sea Island cot-s
me condet3h5 ton oni aggregating s99,276 commercial 1
7_t iv aod bales, equivalent to 58,960 five-hun- c
!viS ret It 10 dly isa goode in A~a- dred-pound bales. Of the Sea Island c
@iyshentY Its andly *Oeeded in AlWap ~output, Alachua.countfy produced, ac- i
otat p eu ih theIty and e n cptuig the port of Hon. W. G. Rob-
Wi0h it the 4 w






,y pe. O .n makeia heotd howin insrarn, one of the best posted cotton
tyld ooi hav the a."cti g .: men in the South, 7,600 bales, or near-
....id what was tion o one-fourth the crop, which will
eipo oni t the p46opersung readily demonstrate the i 8portance
wayb .....i-:'he p -u of the cotton crop in this county,
S ot time that the city and financially otherwise.
-1 were putting an end to .this1.... .
'tch~work system and were devoting .The Pensacola Press of Saturday
the :oney of the people in following contains a strong article endorsing
out a Oostroctive program for good Gen. M. Law of Bartow for the po-,
1'oads, Whe~ mnone.y: Alachus county gition of State superintendent of cdi-
ha' a e 'pas ... now" .cation, subject to the action of the
ble and this will b0 the ease so Democratic primary -i' 1904. The t
lon the. present patch policy con- Press says that he is eminently quali-
ti3ue. In the ity it s the same and, lied to discharge the duties eof the
ev worse. Gainesville has spent office, and in honoring him the people
osans and thoaeand:s of Sdollars would reflect credit upon tnemselves.
or n9t6cng. She caa not a thing to
show where the money has been sunkt The recent unfavorable weather in
ad it is gratifying to observe that she the .North has a tendency to make
inPllned totake the matter in hand Flrorida visitors from that section feel
d oln with the cot.ty 'in the pur. contented for a few weeks more.W The -
ohase of rnmahirnery 'to 'improve her' severe weather has done little damage
thoroughfares in a substantial way. ,to crops, however, and it is quite like-
omettime ago it was dsuIggested that ly that the season of prosperity will be
the re be paved with vitrified the means of returning more visitors
brick, anId 'Te Sun woi t d be glad to to the Sunny South next fa.
see this done. There wotild a great -- ....-=-
maty .advantagesi i thiiobut it would b n February was a short month, but it
be an ~ijuotice to the poverty owners was long enough for the fire under-
in ither parts of the oity, provided writers.. The losses in the United
that the work commenced and ended States and Canada amounted to $16,-
thereI ibut with this ,mahinery to 090,800, exceeding the January losses
put down good flint rock streets, the by $12,924,450.
quare ajnd a good part of the city After trying the prohibitory system
could be aved for the money neces- for many years, New Hampshire,
sary :to ."pave the. square alone., 'This
D fone d through her House of Representatives
flint took payment isa good one andhast declared in favor Vof license as
would answer the needs of Gaines'fille preferable by a vote of 214 to 107.
for many years to comeno and until the __- ......
demands of the times necessitatd a Mayor Fletcher of Jacksonville had
vitrified pavement in the business part better keep his shovel out of that De-
of the city. Land mud-heap. lie cannot afford to
So far 'as the county is concerned the enter into a dirty fight such as this is
commissioners are only nrmiing them- turning out to be.
selves to meet the conditions which ng.
are sure to be made by ite law of the All over the United States the ques-
State. It is certain that there isa to tioeN.of good roads for the country dis-
be some good roads legislation, at this tries is being agitated. It is of equal
session of the Legislature or soon in benefitto thewcity property owner as
the future. When. this is done the it is to the farmer.h
coune will be forced to provide During the first sixteen days of this
themselves, as Marioni county has pro- month 2,000 immigrants landed at
vided herself, with machinery to build New Yoth k. Only a few of them, how-
road' and to build them right er, will be able to get n inm votes at theo
Money along this plan can be ap- eS w uel toeti .
propriated and spent and the results coming elections.
will be mnasfest, 'The commissioners Grover Ceveland i the only ex-
have had this under consideration for president living. He wasf sixty-six
some time and 'it can bp said in future years old on Marchr 18. There are four
that this has been the first board children, Esther, Ruth, Marion, and
wh-ih hs even so much as spggested Richard.
operating along tile proporllnes (n e
th eaonstruction of good roads. A few years ago Uncle Sam's navy
'The people of this county are not stood sixth on the list in naval
backward. It is doing them an in- strength. Now it is second in naval
justice to believe that" they are op- strength of the greatpowers of the
pold to a reasonable expenditat'e for world.
good roads. They want the good roads
and will applaud the action of the Judge Parker Senator German and
commissioners in purchasing machinery Senator Stone. Can any one deny that
with which to build 'them. there is plenty of good presidential
( ood roads mean progress a nd de- timber in the Democratic woods?


-.elopment. Dee1opmentt- and pro-
gress means that increased property Five hundred thousand cubic feet of
valuations will be s1lficient to meet cedar wood is used each year by .the
all assessments necesary to mee.t the lead pencil manufacturers of the
e xpenses of,. public improvements. United States
The Board of County Comminssiners
44 Cty 0u ei1G an make no.N, The totMbequests. and gift. made in
1-oydOandoth ae ,intiu
take 'in inaugurating tu *good 1902 o 40tueational aid other Institu-
eptrat tions in this country amounted to 15,-
000,000.
GOaioeville0 entitled toi a good a-- ----
propratinon' for East loaida .Snnt There is a growing suspicions
i thts'session of thisL.IslatilSreM the presidential bee is again bu'
school has the iest rord of say .el around the bonnet of the Admi
)elBg in thi' State for thsias term, hd h the Navy.
Leg ilature atnght to appreelate ',Wat ---"."Y_-_
to beini done. Within twenty year the South.
..." "..J.- .. nereased its raTiway mileage 142
As taus~a objects to having the*- b eat and, its exports g per cent
te-shtip named for her M*te it -------I
vine, why not a'a*eM a bottle of the It is not what the o d
ibexw outs fl tta eprwothe th the man, but what .the mn 4
4t pe4 0 to ith the edueaton,thp eo zs.
4pedn.4 last fear
That 14 ag sho Sot '1 'ar' worslh of sttlve thsan
W h
-4+Otto


PAN PAY.
mov+ 0en for
& OUnty Con.
bear in mind that
.good financial
ondit ean well afford
n x *Wate to any plan
h ned. The Cohnty
s out i ItriS in a position to
pprojt of money iees.
ary t9 "' forty miles of
,ard There are a
reat my 1 ))4tpose the coon.
y' going ,# r good roads or
or rnayi# Ihape of pub.
ic inprov S goodd roads will
3ntinu tim in Alachua
~`ounty Oa #ry0ther eCtilty
n ihis Stah$tie t4n' it e County CoIm.
nmsisonersitoakei 611. by the btons
.nd begi) -604to n'.g ith a sum of
money -dl ,/4ut the work
vell undarV 06ROne stroke. This
iound-wise .Sd pesny-foolish policy
will not do. W' 4 is One ought to be
done we'll.aisev' a'ii miles of' Food
rock road bod built every monit.
So 4far as" -e is concerned, it
will endorse. $- apprtopriation of at
east $50,000 as a' 1td to coninepe,
a]rk _p36 9-o6CAv14. If such
a sum ofi money ifr.appropriated and
thework is o9ne as it ought to be,
along a well defined system, that
money appioprig a, in one lump
would go nfurihe than .would $100
if the appropriate ions ae to'be
in small slices and the work permn
to drag.
Alachua couti should pr'-
the study of the' poat If t.,
Board of Oounty Commission
stop to study tbe'mtnrwey appropri
by them for roads in this county
then consider *tt the county ha
show for it, it' will require but li
thought to eonvinee them that thb
way to go a bouith: e good roads
movement is to appropriate a sum of
money at the beginning and then fol-
low out a constructive program. Ii
five years' time the county would have
one hundred miles of good roads and
the people would haiv~ the satisfaction
of seeing somethinn'to represent the
money expended for public highways,
while at present there 'Is little if any
benefit accruing from.' the money
dished out Yor good .-roads. Il
fact experiences in other States and
other counties in this' State demon-
strate that good roads cost absolutely
nothing. In Orange. ,uinty the in-
creased valuation. of tho. property
along thenmany miles of good roads
built by the progressive people of that
section was more than enough to meet
the expense of putting, theroads down
It would be the same in' this county.
There is a probability, too, that with
good roads the new capital and new
life which would be enthused into the
work of developing the beat section of
the State would yield enough to pay
for the roads and the rate of taxation
would not be effected. This has been
the experience ini other ',o~ajibtieu and
the chances are that 'it would ibe re-
peated in Alachua county.
The Board of County Obimnlszon-
era ought to take a broad t~l4' f this
matter. Of course there'atre' '.at9at
many who look with horrot' On their
county contracting a debt wic' could
not,. be paid immedia ely bt" 'with
St mtes, counties and town ids are
n. thing provided that there' e snome-
timing tcfshow for them. It .thg coun-
ty 'as good highways to ahow "fo~r the
money she has expended..yow'good
roads, there will be not the slightest
burden to the taxpayer .fact,
those who pay the taxes w*il1 m,)re


than repaid for the expendftre the
first year that the good aro in
use.
This is a progressive. Oid tlhe
people of Alachua county cnot af-
ford. to stand back and -poi other
counties in the tate i to -ta e til'lead
in this movement. Alaht Ia i the
weathiest county oIda. and
on atto ta tela
SlM% IOthmeproper way C
f ar distnt when tie
in*et of this section ot tl)*
bee stswris to, tbose *ko,
In tile )5t In tbI
Opt:O th O ls, 4 af
minsslow hold 41w *y to
J.o16. it.t ap to thedet,
f i they w outtt 5
tot atet Sb some ef e
***@Ary p*f the emusty-, boe


--o sbetIe tbeW















Mabiset~ In'Ites, i~thI so-weaue4 rate
~~asge h* 4olan*4 thxt AO'
eq^*g~ J t in ueital sali
Wh inE S@SeIdit o *!boo but,

4 $ r etght yeasw ith all ad*
vatotegr 96ossible Ii theta, favor 1y
Athey agiae4 the whole ta. b
thei,~r owtb leghslatlba j3an. place-d'
people in tihe bac grounds of leltti
mate*)A**' '\
'6ther hAMv tried to demonstrates a


P*,Ol (^ia A.; '. d:theo d by which a solv4ou ooul4 -be
O.0 redrick, vied:a s ,ser.id, ancite1t as timte tsteltsI
Sto emMiutne the ro d s the 40 to of l tnd and S unmtle i
ently ptUchased b Marton Mlti, Tea or he gran. d ot king-
a : :l,.'dm of. A..ria--bt in vain d wl see a
veed ab 3ai 0 about o*look sotion through this process."
iete at, the 4epp- by dit W: Since we have consistently sought
a honored chairman of $t1e olored man's industry|) content*
oard of ,0oont' Comnmis'. .en.t the baiuis of his industrial de-
ad PreadentA of the State pa r, what, is le ti solution to the race
0 m lsraoers and, Good problem?
iastt n i and who it the in ourage moro than any other thot
has pre.ede0- ,-an ixt r at
)1flmit &r itt the State of more than in any State In' the Union,
witihot aWny. "exoeptiono. Mr. retources of special i.moartanuc nrge
tIngesr, the able editor of that on the State and 'ivillsation the ne.-
ftv and wiwde-awake -paper, the Oepsity of encouraging and4 dilffsing
evening Star, and Mr. Alan thhe advantages-of an ndustrial d4.
one of Ooala's big-hearted nation for colored youth, and to make
e-asouled oitt-ens. :.4 complete as- possible.,. till I amL thi.
re iseorted;to the Monteunma formed that the. same -Olass of ten
(bhere we were extended' a who assured us yeare ago that 1 indus-
lelome. Tease .ere soo triat' ed ucation is thle only -edwcat4on
sl and in a hort- time we were ihat the negro abuld have, are now
A at a lively r.te over hard ready with the bIine aturance that
bhi our way to the camp where this form of negro eduoatIon is the
road achinery. was at dangerOus 'iottr 'ton that has
Sthe very groat pleasure of hav- thus far been made to LhBolatidu Of
at old time gentlemen, Oenr. thme Pace problem; -
Ic, accompany us on our drive Aimalgamation nor sooial equality
-asiur6 you we felt highly hon- of the races Will bring about the so-
.to be allowed to ride with two lution. I do not believe tht. the.
gentlemen of the old school a OCreator intended it any more than he
esers,. Bullok and Long. did'-for the crow and crane tof-l6ok to-
oir arrival at the camp we were gether, or the 6b and camel to bee un'
.acquainted with Mr. Lucius, the equally yoked together.
lent manager of the work, and But the key to the solution of the
"given every opportunity possible race problem rents within the bounds
Oars all we could about the ma- of these suggestionis: Since there are
koery and Marion's plain of building said to be 10,000,000 negroes in the
t4.das. We found fifteen con- United States, and these negroes pro-
th, all apparently well and strong, sented a problem to the Ameriean peo-
gi.g fint rook, tIveying same to plp for 281 years, and it cannot be
rusher in dtimp ~brs, where it was solved, lot- the lawmakers of the
I ed as easily as though it were Unilon enact a law a they dave done
sheBls, thence it was carried by an for the Indtas, to reserve five States
l;tor into a large bin, of .a good orthe Union' for the negroes, and
*y tons bapaclty, froit which tt was- place them under military lawa. This
ed into cars below through shloots. would be greater redemption for us
aa then hauled by a fifteen-horse- than the "'Ex-8lave Pension Bill"-bet,
irertraotion engine on to the road. ter than ..any migration sheanto shall
bottoma of the cars were so ar- the problem be solved ; then shall the
goed that by turning a screw theyt eomplaints against inequality be hush-
Id be lowered and the material was d'; thus shall the advantages of an
ioed on the roadbed--of even thiokf irideast-ial education for the .ne ro be
I. and breadth. We have no doubt .more clearly seen; thus thall the
"t that we taxed the patience of our Wrons oat v manity be righted; thus
'sdl bY. ..the questions we asked,, shall the everlasting victory bachlet-
oda by he question we asl e,., ot by violence, which only entals
Ine of which :probably seeded illy action and worse disaster, but by the
.them, but were of, considerable ian- ge4t irresistible. force of skilled leg-
S islation. SAMUnL W. 0aBol .
t to us.
Then:we returned to the lity we HE DON'T UND0RSTAND
Ire thoroughly convinced that. M -
ncnty ought to be proud of her TaxpayWr Thinks Reeipts Should
Sof :Commiailoners, who have had Contain Descrlptlon of Land.,
erve tO start thti great work. Pdlor 8Un: Reo0ipta for taxes are
it persisted i, wllt idrely put received .her which do not desorlbe
Iat thelead of her water ooun. th land paid on. and refer the. la
the road to prosperity, Evi- payter o the tax roll in Gainesville for
aees of push, enterprise and pro a description. is every^ taxpayer
qy are plainly to be -seen around obbiged&' go tothe oourt house to se
ala, and we attributed this to the whether he has paid on the right lots,
.od roads that are being built, n the bloks, etot "l not the Sax collector
uanty and which enable the farmer obiged to furnish a statement of the.
.get to the center of trade ina short numbers desigate the separate lots,.
me and with some degree of ease *eoks,44te.,pald on? I he not paid
d4 comfort to himself and horse. todo that?
Wi would not forget to mention the More trouble is experl.eced by tax-
lad treatnent we alto recelted atthe payer. already than over before, ad I .
fe Aof Mr. Moffert and Mr. FriMih> L, t Still ftr'mau y re1ipt whether I
the oala Lime Company, These have paid aott itproIperty or sa:s I
ntlemen did much to add to oar plVot4t Rg int te babrevitaxed- b.
aMare. And we wish now to extend ttilea-reel pt ... TAxPArsM,
h eto them and. to invie them Ito 'Walido, ita., April8 : '.-
miWoIStiol. nhi will be held n. J
alsnavlllt4*no 1i. The serip of revival arrvi .s wkMh
Pbe alle at t time to have eont'tu! ed for a month at *bhe .
obl way r oealsa.
for thtt kdnes am. Churh, vSot .
eSt, so gruwiotaly were wt Wre1 nBsay night. r4tge eogsegs.
ad, so lyer. wa e s -to marked ea service. Iev. W
ing of a d,,e p f .. pr-. ... .e.. : ton: .
hen d4ash'* 4S5i 5t(ain we ferry or White prhsins 154141.4 artiral
? o'er gays*efliesot sarview. The ubairuu

^Mewt *an dlt le G- d OK o> gua 0

by the Good & Zt
the Brick City..

U ROUGH INSPEQTIOK,

sMchinery, and Was Peoply.
d With the CoWpItet*
king PoNsibliitis of $SUmti
oen Oneh of ommittes .
So :otoi omittee ra.mn I

It' personel of '"whioh wre


haf tinstes as polsOnaous tOe brtrndy
.old ln thA ea.e planu ?* ar*1'uateat
thlw efote that tfittK tWW $tiwe, as
tile ave*age Use duty ott a~ststh ueat a
etoe Itdgl't :t il ,I4 !
of .< fets Ita ptead tst only 2S 2
fan. T .4votew of .t Ismces
(ax p(hit ot that s elntte to Of i
uMw systeu utled butanpu *pwpq.

.1e N of t U tSir'W flll *t 0tet
A AIe my it a tha-


v 8,v im KIN THIS






Pho : bit Av, sl e to hUa
qe of g, Uouvisr.. mensurs e fr-
tIk10 the bd 7et deficit wl41
.w'hteh he wkts tace4 S: a proposal te
.ppr the pil accorded to prti
ate ;lletti11,ra, who *t In provincial
tauna atiul provide a good dol0 of the
achol wliehi-uuder various numes the
t-ural popUhItion consuttes in large
suniatdtles, M. lRouvier's proposals
w tiU in tll prob)ihllty become a laiw
apd the private d(sUtilf wilt be sOup
Presaed. Blut thbe Tenips points out
that, though th o 'pench treasury u )y
eW et its revenue to Maerpiase by exsio
a Wleaure, since ttl aprlIvnte (lltAlllry
had to :duty to pAy, yet tler., ire. oth.
er reasonS which ,atltto agu lluIt the
adoption of tils propoNal and which
the Temps unites under tihe head of
"The Aleoholie Peri,..: It mtys that
not Wodity his drliW*tu habits any
more than he can olt b'hl tnivlfitblo'
parsimonioua chtarietet, Vnder the old
regkile he at all oveots drank good
ftrilt., wherena undetthe inew regina.,
though the splrltsw" have ,onme
f-om the licensed 4tsltilr, it Is of such
a eharacttr tfhat itsi ect. t .pon the
hialthi of the ithabtitAtil, .i most dis.
astrpiouiS. : ..
In Normandiy, say the Tiopa,% every
oAe who Is not abi liity a beggar at,
noon takes t o( ou f pU Sl freely dtiht>
e4 wivtth cider btrandy. Tt14 eider braidy
'?osti the private d1s#111 iW rt.f o a franc
'44d a halt to 2 trenm pf liter, mityet
in towna splriti whlpt, bjits g aid duty
boeth to the goverttti4.t and to the lo.I
Mal authorities can e be prehased for a
fMtt a liter. Tbhe Tepi nldmit that
tiS concoction mai'y be a marnrvel of
chemical selene,butitmts moral, nand
physical ;aect Upoin 't. consumer tI
disastrous. Taking th. town of QOaen.
In Norman4y, as an ti ,tance, thi( Jour.
KiiftI ys that befote'tho law maklnp
the drink trade free was passed there
were 200 eabtrets, oi about one ftor
every 2 0 InhwlbitAntn. w'hered today
threo are nearly 80t ucih eutablish.
merits, or one for eovryjpeveoty Intihabit'
antsm. Tho true, hbow. cr, is prosper-
Oltr, tfor wheRe in. 1880 the town duut
paId on alcohol amo01ited to 118,000
frn!Ues they have now lnr eased to 1870.
000 franct. or (80 per coat per nnutm.
The population of tshe country, how.
ever, in o. i tho deoretWae. i.ast year In
the Calvadoa department there were
1,228 more deaths than births. Crt me
and theft are on tlhe IMre So., as in
18)0 tho corretloinal ttibitnals 'regis-x
terdl ft.11M 15 vi tlton. 'wheremas laet
year they notod 4,140.
The drtnk quostikn. this Journal
thinks, is not only u fiscal one,. but one
of nitiotal luterest, and nhoteod of e*.,
deavorlin to realitBe th' gtstest po1so-
bl financial profit from it the Temps
thinks, that the pr"dtcu10o and cow-
Sumptton of n:.atural andl 1yfeglonlo
drinks hold be favored, whileJ the
wasitufacture of spirts,. the bfa l of
which is badly recttfied alooi. b should
he watcbhed over and hiluadotr4 in order
to cotbaat that which costltutwt. a so.
clt] and national danger.,
The drinki beloved of te towlern
Prenhmbnaa hbus had the -ndtortune to
attract attetion Itself, n a the eye of
the potlticalt ecootilat h'. f lten upon
It unfavorably h. Vw n budget hls
need of sevel s!lll otnilio.i of ltaa If It
is to approsimate to 5 !'t5lne, aml the
amateur tx collectors., who preeuma-
bly do thot drink tabsit, tut eve ,ue-
ieMted to the Csumc. mIvIater that tH
cannot do better than put i tsx upon
the llquUL It to pIted out that ab
utith pays no sapeetal taed on the amount of aleoho In It.
Tt'roig|et-s'tbiidth I fiv* e titnm. as,
d ,ietewiou -S ordinary .*miwl|rdy. Ibe].
wedrwt. that. which Is. ,l in the
drfakisU sbopa. 10 twkes two ard a


teat


a4 h"taoa4 eth
"t me0 A e taxit6g4:ed 1 26 y iethae %lrO
ee tor:a.y Witstas<, utbeibd
cibbit' the pobyt& li t*1 works
bl*where s toe XOma. *5 4m tate
yesterday aftsrioon i y to 1 ^( ibitt
*got beyond s.ontrl In 0 *ehiwya ctr-
Out alnl tore out some of the jttnIAg.
,Otber wea ~Wont#at in te w rktr.
aISo. bei n itrengtho~d. -Wor wUl
Iba ews e.e^at wtpded Luntt 'thsln ;-
tra cribln1thg, 1a completed but thi '
saeinl thus frar done hIt. sihOWn .
eillent results, and there Isa cozt
tiaueid faU in the water insWate thbe
lteoe .wWlUe zhe ovorflow ti rTeedina
otA a uulmer of subonergei ptlatationa,
One hlimnred i nd tfity t.honaind
SaC',kS .f af-erth have b e .thrown- Into
the crtbhing.bl Thoe 'ivr hoat today
Wa 2(ciall 2,3 fot, a tLAl, o o -1k.
teUth of "too '
Irtty teot of erlblilit at the Hy.
tuelM4 t reVse beWv out today ard
the water. ,rht through -In atstong'
current th.i tianujit,. Ut entro, works,
There wa' sahl to. t hoi) ot repuiting
tlie damage and ta tional lmtbeor was
hurried t'o the levee, "
T,-
Special River Gu~lllettn.
Wau- hstonn p4ptt 8.-ph sere are :o
changes ft r the flood altuatilot in I *a
lower MilsemIt ispl. Staocs at Vl(,,a.
burg an4 :SNew Orltansm .th i% mortnins
were 50A4 and .20,2 :foet ,respeetlvely, a
fall ot.1 of a foot at eaach place,

PRESIDENT R AACH S MONTM4A.
Wilt Take *a l*et of Two We ks In
YVtllcwttoin Park .
Livingston, Mont, Apitl 9.--Pr< .dent Roosevelt wll- eonthi the Yellow-
Stone park *weMt timno this .Atternoon
an4d for the tnet 1t 4ayd the ouitlde.
world will kntow very little o hib ito-
HoIB .p cln trail, ar-ived here at 9
o'clock thi iirMIngM at d after a 1.
mMute top during whleh the president
greeted a laeg crowd that lathered
to 10n6et hmw started for OGardier,
whi6k 1i the estranm e to tho park,. lTh
twt 4 i due thwte at 1 30 p. mx. The
president winI take luncheon on the
tTaitis flnth'kh up kome xo0M0ry
work. Th.n, Moor~vianted by John
Burroehis aid a detachw Ont o, caia.F
ry, he wil, plgeu into the park for
what ho bops to be two week of
rest. Thio ,rfte nder of the party
wi l irme on the train at Olnabar, I
In4pi, troe rdner.,-
Sultarn' Compi(saon Wolcomad,
Cots1tloplot).- Aprl 9,--TIe spai.
otal commisist sent by lme Im ltan
to peify 4t" Alban4an. wa. weleo<.o
*witlh irreat^yM-;00 p p*. a bt

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION,
N tI r vosr tfiti toywsoltel ( i


Nhw 'tio of et ofn r tte evil6enot
Uaeiearm>,1. W It. Tbi..4do b>r1W an
inof t ato r AI'tl Ar.I
0(1,"tl V(3.1ty Of U, In IIfI WNW,



tA,0 uripwet of eie(nwr ttiO rotloidBt osoier
o is oe tk a g
T 1x wowalron g .,on W .O T*
WsrnvC ora R arod uf 'iS y na tre ,rt
o04r AMwne0u0 soi to1e0l oisrtloer.h of.
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smouI EaWtot .9l 1dfy, AS0 g I, ,


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money. Ikeep ot tb the ant aOllenI
*t met"0w0i 0 Old anuuln.a .a o* a
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GEO, S. HACKER & SOl
MANUTtPA'Atru nue Or


and Building Material,


Sash, Weights, rt1 Hamdwtt


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ON. LAWS OF FLiO OA ... ,. .
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WANSl~i-&lASoltolwrs An trttaai
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wih his liknt rteorG, Btu
todnie Vrifcft now, *'AM~I
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lt* toil of truAilons; thbe.


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W1H!ad 0tUW
< 4nwardhrouah the spar deck fali.
4 upon the meAM at men instantly
Stixett 0 A-t ll.ot the
e ibl Otilated. f.Wht m
0te ir gun r ww04tw4 do4wn'to the1.
Stdl6.K'' t le'ht lcon-,
ict with the armored deck. the heavy
t i( n i hem toW a satop, th t
Q4Jt ;t the goi Teers td firemen who
4hq^gh tire upper d.eck were
v4Yt6*e& with men, .o bu there was.
srloo,,ely injured. The m. in the.
4tirtS flt the plos.ion but sli, ghtly.
ie guo which bus was designed
tb U naval gtn factory. On Jn. '

i ver hbnapened to any of the large
-.lber gus of ithe navy except tt the
case ft. premature -expelosio .of a
hell two yers~"go. A living tub.
was inserted :t that gu' an-d odty It
in te, ttihe proving grounds.
t The bureau of aviation has sient
t-elegrams of sympathy to theramilieu
Sof the men Willed and wourd in the

Pieceacola, Va., Awl) 11.-A t wrds -
tvtion of the explosion on the battle
Wflp IOrwa, whih occurred In the gnIt
this port ytete rd4t aturoo
Ihn to the' death of three nak
l4a the ritous lsary of Th
sh*ow st the ,accident wni
eattrely ba teov she .
,rwhIh, It Il stated, rbaed fast
thi.I i was calefstted. It la afdeer
itha the hel weploded f. y
ae seconds before it was timed to deo
4 As esxmination of the ship tis
moorning shows that tIe bturateed gs
is beyond repair, and that the 12'
tac4 rward %urret wil have to ie
removed. A number of supports art
SttoIos the deck will have toI be ye
de4 whetS peces' 'of- the heay stian
.eI taeral of the three men who
twr killed li the' accident occurred
tis morni at ll o'ioc *The ea4d
herW wiith attitry boaor., comp. a les
e 'kemefts Ual the ship 6t
l pratllpatlag In the ex'
that aHl the Iflxred
04t*5*1*r 1 of (4daer.



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SCAB'S ItAtIANtS' T
9# 4m *Vr!A Attwbf#tr TM'
O-REIST ARREST

4ik 'i' n doublee Storted 9ver 6o*t
tVe ast ;t ,ir4 6t.'on t. 'A T O d.

1'S; wtW 0his W46 t, I mysl ot 1 t te,
r re~ite )ts 4e ,ers gr'%ult e'Ilht FIVE MEN WR# I4JIhfl InP. 1
. Ive.,t tp ma o without yo a 'n r
elp; it I tt% wel0. I'll 41o like I Officers Were Qre*te&With Volley of
Seorsstoint 'Wt4'Ia.; sant in streiatth ohots Whtn ArrJst Wore Attempt MV49
Status, .ia. by police eMore Ten Men Ta e
ie reAer cliched his .hand oa Custodr ld
su4 helf o.etleO 4t his poehet. The Chiago, April it.t40tensnt Mau. 064 so
at"et demand, the reroiver. rice Moore, of t .wenaty-secom". ite1 i
TMou'lI get 1$"" xione.iRernateli, ,tr-et police statina2 a.ou' ItsU:,. triad to
switfing qrol ~n pgntin; toe Were wounded utby Ive shots 1 I a d ec
e&pon f6re'tly, At t. bo""cema"s riot at an erly ho today. The n, force
be.. C 1 nu knI el;.r.g dow before )t,, arel t nt
e c ull te 't r t mp. tenat Mal tml p tent Ma o
Then e.iue. ,a strugglee n Which ,alvan Darbwrj 54 old, airioti", paeoeti
.e policemen t o part, Then, not.lo, Wrauk Brenobwe- years 0l, so T The
*bulaxee 'sn dm4il" and thre fh ba. Wrawzk o nn1 derw i g i n l.
Atbeatr' .ti V e wlit they werUe The trouble ustart & a sal, A can be
strapping the man to tbq boards. pofl:eleotlon atgtt*et wz.t$fted I
I gt i, thats there is to it, a evertl blow; truck. The, ,
w Dernet only comment. "You crtow, composed oty of Its2M141 1
won't *nd out who gave It to me then surged out W *tltdwAl, where fIndIan
th,-ep"l .. .. :pltole and kVilv.W4 We drawn'u -
'Tbe polie bavp a theory that' Bern.. When th 'police 4 d.tectlil at Pa
stein was shot i rrel over a rivr Frank tVYhie "a foout. Wlag pouce
*e of arNd n gott out, got "swconscioi.s in At 1*l--areet. WTho .hotUe Uoxrte
revolver a. wee returning for ra. had either scattered or had gone to mill
geance when seesi by tbe policeman, ti floor above te atoii. at $14
Surgeons eai- th at B rterin U Lieutenant eoore .e okhalf hal-fhsla try ui
only a r0te ^ chac of urvivn me up t e stalg and rappln on I
the oor, ordered tbte I~nild to open Wo
SOUlRRTl'ION LEADS TO RIOT, it. He1 Wts tlet- bly a volley of 0r 8
..---... .hts, one of w c, razed his bead h
HungsalsFi Peasants ent i ..rying and another e hlte ed tle rit or. ,
of trWnl* Corpse Through T on. e:pite this he drew is revolver with tis* 'l
Vienna, 4vr'e 11.-A extraotdlptrp 1$ loft hand, *A, with the other oM meat
aste of superntliutIqn ba ocourfld C text, bttere4 doWn Con NBoot, ut ro
oyiar.t A petsant v '14 .'at y e o e the la ~ Ut e


de*d whIle attending the narvet'ln*bich 4d bo ligto< w .t OUt or a
nelghulwn '1btowt Rip lati lfing the room a darkness Mothe t
state boew4 w ith the body but WAS procurrod and mote than a r t dosen the
were forcibly porevteu from travers. wen arreted. erty o
lag the village 'of Itsxit the inphal' Indie A
tants Aossert4 A* the passage of a LEVEE WQ rK CONTINURS ttur)o
strange Tcope through thee place ro -I hsi l
lead tb mi. o6t"ne. End. of Hyrmrela Break $ave Seen
IbdIt orced by glares h ril. Pstened. to th


With p,-tchtots. e .iilae Weapons, that they fa%" hbe bh t .for ahile A
I gendrme r Oe tlven back by though ay further attbmt r to close
the vi~aer0 ad thempon fred a th ottase 1 coii*d**t hopelik* Dafeu,
volley at th 'orowd: of nn. women About 869 men aie ztll4 employed on
ad chIldren, killixi two persons ad the works, '*T6e watt baq of the Was
woemtw weoy utara levee is tsing lhi all d reetlons. The oM so
sheet pili gwithr "which 4t 10 ,4pec0td author
Worldsfrot of the broken cribbing, bha not1 th .
Wid' 0Cha*p0on Trotter May Never at"ited. t
tmie A9*'. Thscb(.ffWrtto be Msde listo re' -o.
y 4Tettfl4^ A it 3 kiG g Ke- strit the widtht of the.I. 4to th Ude
au, Oernst- 'of Ue wnbN champion 4,ibbIng to 5 redue, tolume P Rowed
that It in flbabl tht the horse will front of Urt WrokeS cribim has beesthe S
sWear t e .I sfMrgl etHeg i to a for worked *
e. tialue t::end the bam rte to fet, regLstering tS *.. t t
ethe; rp*4 be ear. It e LorlA'* tire t1n;ing to the rrm;Steport. oy will
irposoe(t brfka, 88the worl'sed #nOI4 U Is rally thoushi ber that 5o brovl'
* gwleOfr as flew Orlw Is q 4 the eauitea l

meettre. prgive, Ao their b* c urred some time quew avg holding .
rir 'thed Pflh^'M ttly t o r1Athe l Koy 1 to be CPft 44 effort to Negro
reve ls the ell wnt will take tMe .-U ( itialf I Thou

bee* t of somse ebharty That w n illT....*... .i t fl co

4 #,m- tdQ tnSte WIl ae wepa ad ee ;p
I. H~mM p'm violent.
*...tf.T.MA#..... pr *zw4NW s;;ana- became
W al tlov(ages Oln Sf mwo It' $)S 'h s444 Mlietjg rsto p14i anK
lWoeltler a* ., 4* 44*.Ie **f e U. I 0 ir*4A So4.w Sil
preile1t M*aeseta steat4, di.s ts4 ag>s *-Wa more e n thorn
dsy romIbis' rintmln at-* *t asm Att I $beJ .^k AiWeiss


aw Mas on t 1*44* WaseS enN rBs IM g ,


ai ered a t -em s riate atas graM Ur flW *r a
y o is .111j b
-b ow 49 howa *,bo*t bill, l^^ *'*SSwM

bed *Oil -oa s

r Mi eS&% W! | anaat t **i11iPMW


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tie Case Not S$t11fie aM
hlinatoe, April 1tn-'evaflrtite (1
Hice of-lcils, whIch batvig o
Itative information on tie saub> I
ave little -doubt that an appeal p
Northern Securtlti e*Ouir viitI
. to the siper e court very 1
r tihe Isy the defeusnf ae AL SI
0 days in whoh to appel, put
a of, t fact that conael fi
Urles stmpey kiv a. aong Pj
t In harmony witI jh wovte ;
as e*pedltog the 4Ispoetion of tf

t to thire suireie it at the p
Sprac le d ... .


Med Atteeked Anethe Oe4wtef


nsty sb. nesa, tw sII ed 4
Iy killJe this morntig *t O!*}1
rcd Use taSWy 48
pes.s the the 4 si .. he
evolved. i"es o r wikt ft4 :
r'ntolet. *ftf$f M p rwiW* 'st '
4 knock.ts MS t*E,: 404
ne. .d and l etm was *
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are weiks

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SOLDIERS 'OLASHR 1

WITH FILIPIRO

Many IsuflrgentS Report#

ATHRE o AMlRAN* WOUNOED
Moni Int'ers WtN $1veying Pa.
ty, and Provoke the Aarof t

Dwatroyed. '


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O#00#h't o* Wta
p ggystragg le4

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wIy .f''Wa'*4 lay '<(.thew.


*W 4ce. flh*u(e fr *1
Aih hrotperbe at A
iiageto tstail ***ge
hea Oft vaea bl(itrheo *,

fhs ef the bAiSt'rth


4apthe awnftseeae'i
as mb; n at ** has I



eas ort ofny^


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INOWIN PARK-M Ott. .
e ^$Any Cr^e"w N a wYet
Se F oundW
lark with all sat) dewed upM
attn .t kite Qat tbo* w
A Qr. on..the strto k. oft-

O at, GOut1nd, ety, from Port .
e0., which h I AtrV6 ve t tSydw
^'I'ort bavvinar 1 the uu.. ln
Oicst. Captain GuinllInls atys
W appetrxnces the esect must
ply teen o nt the troSb a ahort

bta i l I Q pret ... iwrI t'*Al$
t 100 or. 800 tow nitster. 1.
of the provalen. u of a heavy
it In thpattlble for oratft of any
nget Within tlach o the itrland -
e which l, expoX d t the full.
ot wirrd and seat. T$'e
tir iOuhiikO x i N ,LO
r 9ll no d Oethiaiu )4h1a1lls
t. IJohni, N which h, im
t Sydney, also report* havIns
oth atisMd'. Ve6tA
e we i will probably' become a total
No trace of any of the crew
i"found, "'. ,: : '

.W MILLS CONPIS CATE,
Pollie Saeix Valuable Property
In Little liver Country.
y, r.l$r April I$1,-Vbe iE1a4tan
workt Unier n orders ffrom bea4
ra at Mtakogee, seized rHne new
antd M tuth lulinhe valuedWt
rMo0, In thfe I4ttle Rivet count
mr farrtieh, L. The liev'
me? Is the '. B. Scratch Saw MIll
fly. It rs*1 three 'tilUs antl hakd
,000,000 feet of I o 0 lubr on aud,
otflernw will hold the property
hey roet'ive frther orders ftram
,rlor department. The depart.
WiIl no doubt oder the iltsa
yed a48 tthe lutomber sold This
i4Msl, ealtoMtA The $oceeds
laoe will be trued otea' to the
report of the nlitr'e Qt tire pro
* treapaas)ng sow will men lb
Territory Is conltrinod at the
r department. Th. department
ten instruction tatc both the
wad tuober athafbe turtnd over
nlwed Sltates court. for 4(Ha

PPSAL MAY SE TAKtN.


iManila., Atrfr 11.*#'Q^ ptain Pq
hihng's force oaspture4 Iacotao, iste **
of Mindauao, W4smeeday, Wul* $08
More an4 wofl$ t a'ny othrI
Three Azer'lesia were womnde4
NrPeahlhg force oradip of flaw's
battalion of th wetit tt
try, Kipatk's of the tt t
airy and Qeamglavi' batoy, '
Pershiang wa survepbis t4e Wst



shore loae w e the odas
ight. Perai g 4444 ad at
tacked theic *troughol4, AtM shelling
them and rushng h I* o *r4
charging tallufty,' Afte n th6
deep m4)t and' et0rti4g th fort *4
'Americua. bg*ai the M)oroih beo
cmte against kiaees. A hundred ol
the defender were tlllOd, ;1c14i;
the datto of ?'neadunsar, \and ma
wtre wound. OnQII ly ith e merl4
.were wonder '
After the oaptgce of the ot i^, twat
destroyed,
The. Beiod ... a e s4 I
of the people o that 44st1i4t ha$
hoettle to the A*er$l*eg Andit
Bagel Attacks on 4Agioe* te*mps
rejected the totter, aft n.aprie ip, O





PENNELL INQUIEt SE.9N6S


the 4eath *1fAlt1# 4te Penetli sat##
hice dge M *ttlhNW-O toa tW t
estd-e thS witnessese froAm the


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rT CAPITAL

^ d iAte Wednesday Was
'and s.appy.

NT NAMES OQMMIITTE9$
is Were Introduced, I.ncin'ng
by Senator Brown P.r'ov4l
Districting of State in Judicial
s--Other News.,
ate was in session only ,uO
Fifteen minutes Wednesdiay.
.the bills itroduced today
folloWirg *: "
ator Whidden-Peoreribiogw
Ityfor throwing down fences;
Ito the canvass and return of
; to Inlrease the InaariMtim
by counties for p tblio school
from five to eight mlUlsi for8
tion of farmenrs; amending
4w h ....** :"- / : .. ."
e1bill in regard to the i'U-
,ithe rmaxium tmx levy fotr
gols will be intiedu c in
tor adsw-VOdtTo eP'st
Sthe lt Legitlature :known
S g"r divorce bill .
or Blitch-iror the relief of
Ator Brown-To provide. pen.
,ia blold onfederate soldiers
orand their widows, to in-
p'apprOpatiOtn for th. siame
areat. a 8t'ate. board oft pen-
Poo to establish State penten-4
vms knd provpid tor e mploying
sonora thereon; also to amen4 1
tator Harris-To utboathe.
,Unittty to isase 'bonds for road
tmeto; so to pnilshi seamen
ept advance pay' nd later wre
elmbarki : '
ai* Oreaty-To provide pez-
Eot'dlitabled Confederate soldiers
4rkiosand.their widows; aleo to
4`for the cetification. of teach-
ud to presaribe requirements for
s grade.of oerti fleates.
aldent Adam4, of tihe Senate, an-
ie the appointmenti of sitadin.g
en'ittees for that body, as follow:
Siai--Raney,ohai roman; Bloun t,
Ion of Polk, Wilson of Jackson,
S.Gilien, MaoWlliams, Harris,
ieri, Orill, orewAs, ams, oaron,
t lmi aiid Faulknert..
ih1titutional Amendiments-PaIk l
,, Chairman; Law, MacWil t;iM:Lr


U 1@'AtI
Writes tb t et of


$he T~U's U "of. the New ud




PAIN E'S'

C *elery Compound
el'' iry''~, .

opr it r a a pri 1A med ieit to all
other l u1,rI w rem'dwei. in "it, and
power ove rdi iase, las- o eqju' ih t he
world 44 it 1sq i It 'vg I f I d, l
cleaRser and. iystemo fortitr. Atr hii
season, whei the mal ,ii of i'ople
feel the eoasi y -oti t mi oe tfor h
wleaaketed system an(Id it r eglitnr for
|th(e terves and l i ig trSive api|)praturi ,
- ,


MtS. MANsl eLI at.
Paine's Celery Comfpounid is tihe one
preparation ind.ordAd by ihe ubiest
physitcans for aOpring renovating and
recuperating. TI severe easee of per;
sistent headaches, mn rvous prostrattion,
neuralgia, rheumratisnm, dyspeppia,
kidney and liver troubles and lenmale
irregularities, IPnine's Celery Com-
pound has at reord .of at w uidto .atfd
,!and.i f),ib i tfci ti O 416 i Cbn,.5
will' guarantee im(pro(ed ,.p? .iound digestlon, Sweeit sleepr, nerve
pw i. &dU W.i-' it ktil ''*4 { (ht'a
Piw'Ov*toot^ Wtk 'l~f o(tf cm


esd ani I wai n a efti
"For s.ome timoe I #f 'ta'l i1






length. n w am In f I enjg
^new I6 It '-j.mn: ppiinee.






tto to noL

s ,R3aMW4n lt
ft A cairmI of ihe o
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lit: oha iiShe n ',Vf'f tsl ii
litte hsa a


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111t 1 1 zete -y Intrl4uodu*


D SOU:$iO IN :. E SE.NATE.
sstaio of That 8tl( Dvoted Mostly'
to the lS t.si'on of Employinlg
-. --'ks~-Tokka- a* at Noon Un-


Thursday was a splendid day nla the
Senate fot the appointment of .comn
mitee clerks. They poured in quite
Ilvrly for a while. Then Senator Dim.
ick trid totostop tihe flood, but it went
on until all were preats. Senator
Carson waited until all onnmittee
had been provided for, then he Intro-
duced a resolution to the etToot that
chairmen of committees should not
employ clerks until their strviot,, were
needed. That on tlhe miploymeut of
clerks the chairmen shquhid rport aneh
action to the comnuittee on legislative
expenses. .. ...__
L irsti reaolutlmi the morning,
inmtrodiud by Senattor S toak taik-
ingthag t the Ohairine n of, iC eoinmit-
tees on. privileges a nd elections anud
constitutional am, endm~ints be allowed
to e m proy one or rlC foboth cornmit-
tees, was adopted., initlar resolution's
were prseentod and 4.dpted, onC bY
Senator Law, authoi 0t1416g the chair-,
men of oommittoees on rules, im migra-
tin, State affairs, rul s and coniatitu-,
tional amendments 'to employ one
0le4ik for all oommnintiros. Senator
ARonse's resolution, to authorile the
ehbtrmon of the eom'mintees on I'ndiaitI
atairs- game, minteral6 resource. of
Florida and agrioutIctt 4' io employ one
clerkibrought Seunat ;tDimick to his.
feet. He said that he ~a opposed 'to
Unnoeessary extravaItloe and felt
sure that not half-a.4sen bills would
go, before some of tM t committee.
named., Senator Wilson of the Seventh:
also objocped, but' the itesolution was
adopted by a vote of.l to 7. SeniatorI
MoOreary, Orews and Bailey then se-
cured authority to eim0ipoy one clerk
to serve three or four eqom mitteeas
When all had beeon provided for
Senator Oarson prose "di'e follow-
ing reeD-a0tlqrf,KliH' | apfced:
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boro county- eame very noeap put.
ting through .t bill In the House
this afternoon to validate the.
money 0 lause of a Hillsboro county
1"b0nd i:Isue. fot$1,000. The bill", by
Wlviing the rules, reached it's third
reading when t struck a snag. Messrs.
W ation, Gornto, Vt11i and Tranmmell
of Polk objected to a further suspen-
Mlon of the rules, not that they.ob-
jeeted to the bill, but simply to the
precedent that sueh action would os-
tabllsh. Mr. MoNamee attempted to
explain that the bill was of local in-
teresatand that an itfunotion had held
up the taxes of Hillaboro county on
account of some small objection, when
ie was called to order under the rule
that the motion waa not debatable.
On the vote thero wore 41 yens and 2j
nay, "delnonstrating that the bill is
suI'e of final paRssage.
It will probably Wb necessary topro.
video a speelti standing o. to8mint.te on
divorce before thie romO ,idoviloun
olo0e4. About fifteen bills portalning
tooauses for divorce between husband
snd wife were Introdu0e thll aft -lr
noon. Ip thie Hous, amid there was one
Introduced In the Bentte th Ismortn-
Of bill introduos d was onit by Mr,
Long authorlstng the cty of Str.t ke to
iwue bonds for watorworks.
By Mr. Jones of Brevard, to provide
for an .llue of bouds tolbuild roadI In
the county.'
Iy Mr. Lofton of rooambla, for tree
*sotOo txxloo. ,
'.Jy, M r. Loive of Oeadeden, to regtlat,
toe sale of syrup, .. ..-
My lMr, Wells of U l ,boro.appr0op.l

t i.q wrnl -ldlolal, rpqW#0n f0nd fsh bill4 wSre nhtrodsedd t
*no 'orrr4d wtkot proper la fomntes.
(ls dliki. upward f .oeven t'btls were
owoi4the d W 4 ad 0if.4rred
SMr. Wat'6 motion 'to re ns: d ha* b
l.i wf ,,ih e judlimrly ..omnmttl from
,ilitd.M rfteon Was broughtt mp, sod
N0, If toa of pl.ambhia mnrod that i s
bI A#1 eo the tabe. T-Iin mitlon: wai
,by tired f 4 a74t4 hN, $ 0f1 tty..
41 i-=drftl^ irsoluthtalr '.d. .
.rT ed and the iten p <
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SA 1thAM e at B medi
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itontb entryy" dt.Iv
Avered after years of
'e t*ttto:l im cb
1 rlmer t1he em -
heAt k dr! and blad-
s ful in prompt
tan. baI k, ki ne, bladder,' uric to d trou-
blts and tght'A Dima, whioh ih the orast
form of kidnL, troubleo.... "
SDr. Kilmert soot is not emc-
ommnd foreery thlng but It you have kid.
niey. liver or bladder troubleIt will e found
)usItiht remedy you need.. t hasbceen tested
Inao mn ways, in hospital work.tn private
practice, among the helpOWr too poor to pur
Chase r.lle and haa proved so successful In
every caaae that a special arrangement heas
been made by which All eader* of thispaper
who haveOnot already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, ao book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
tnd out if youhave kidney or bladder trouble,
Whaenwritongientlon reearyh ottlw w

Dr, K ier & Co.,Blng-
regular fifty cent and trSomoO oa
do1ar alsxea ar sold by all rood druggt:.
Don't make any mlatakkih 4tlremtm-
lxarthe namo, Swamp-HRoot, Dr. Kil-
mcrts Swamp-Root,. and the address',
Blnghainton, N3, Y.4 on every, bo t.


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relativess ik Thi$ V*':
HE GIVES HIS POLITICAL' VI
aysa He Does Not Wa(t to 0i
Congress by Abuse of Any ,l i
Concurt With Governor on Dtap4:
.tion Indian War' lam Fund.
f*on. James E. Alexander of Volusiai'
county was InI the city for r few hour
Thursday. He was en route from Tal1
lahasace to his home at DeLand, ai4
merely stopped over tu pay a short
visit to his Mothher and sisters.
Mr. Alexander made The Sun anl '
agreeableicall while here. He stated,
in connection with his trip to the State
capital, that he went In the interests.
of ai Wimbei of hls friends who were
etndidates for varlou,- legislative po-
sitioiin, and was happy over the tfaN
that they were aucoesstul without a
As is well known, MrN. Alexander
will be a eandidato for eCongroessmt,:
from the Second Congreitioaml
triot, and in tis Connoeotion he said:
"T am confident of winning lAnds
down for Congress; If no new mat -.
rial develops to oppose mte, eI xpeat .o
carry every o0ouity in my dlstrlot oveyt? : i
Mr. IMarrs. I amt contdient of winnnIII i
regard less, of any other oPppOlston, but,
my race with Barri will prove a regu,
nt. cinch. ..
"I don't ezxpOt to ride Imnto Coigres
by the abuse of any one, therefore my
platform and the platform of Mr.t
13arn will differ in tshis repeoct.
"I hearty 0onour with the X6Oovo't-i ,
or in the 'matter of. the, disp osiiotn
the Indiajn War Olai(tl fund, for bo t !
lieve it should go to pay' the i.Stte
debt, Oovernor' J3enhits is- Wise o
that point, and ho wie h fled thV4 the;
majority of'the people are with hit.' -
Mr. Alexander paid the p snit *n.a
gregation of legislators TalhtaKtiil..
a high compliment. ie says itM t''ihilsb#iB
finest aggregKatlon, phyeil(sly montit&:l^
ly and'otherwvsoe,that he as, *sr eomie
togitier on.a (siu.|lttr 6, 0H*n1, li 4 QOlh*'0
feZi t at the present seiots ol f b t
*Lishlt ure is going to tie ait effeaot. ::i

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TIQKH6
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t6 ia rTgarding :the
workedd ,on Oharl~s
i4ti youiBg mill u* N '
went to 3Jacsonville
of oriployjng habor
wter, .a turpentine.
npo, FFla., 'came to:
fterday for the purpose
eo t to go to h is farm
, aud nob he Is sorry


ttt l g .
v4##jAlppxonache4 John ., Wilson,
rqand 'a);k' d :'him to go to work
h Wilson said he wudut
5hariteir ai dj d wa in pawn ifor'
'did noo want to lose it,. Fow-"
l the price of the pawn tcket.
US |i with the atch inb h.s poe':
oiW4110 fori ah -k ride. ,
'1 Wl|fbeig diy oi :around the ity
r`bbed 6f ,Wlson'swat1h,.
S" | e' ;n told t hof th l
| qgrjerirked owler'.s gold' watch
lotiookt and tlran 'to a pawnk
i Whet'c he :borrowed mbney on it'
h wath Fower had .lost
Wils took hi atc Fow-
yeled polp~fe d Detectlve Craw-=
t ts 'a tromson kHalJ arrested Wil-
da reiovete4 .he .timeplc.*
i te! Gohge htdner, a ,egro

0t4 g, was n a rested d leplono of

Ilz defiilpt of hond.
A nWeat treaty
So When 'th'breath is had tbeen,




af 0 !ut of brder. Th" eta i ':o
y i the .world eqal to Koi o


c a"d aoll stomach disr-
rs. Gtary 8. Oritc of.White


fnes, Icy,, writes hlave 'been a
Sfor years--tred all kinds of
l4t continued to grow worse.
Mrs. r:: oi Iodol It, beg to k: -.

Sonce:, end after taking a few
Rt" fully restored in, weight,
: strength and Oan eat wat,-
Ik : fprodigests what you,
0akes the stomach sweet.
lMo ollunmi.'
YIftN %LLIS HOMESTEAD.
a: rnic Property In City Be-
ing Removed.


a b oe the few remaining relict
kIhabellutu days arc being: re-
ge plae to buildings of more
~ tlotture.. It will ba but :a'
t hoatr time when the his.
ak !alV will be.o turned'
'l ,somodifted that all the
IIIsilof its natural onndlition
i i biee wept away, as the
ae 'atampiate many modern im-
S4Zltlis homestead, which 'has
4 tr yeas on West Liberty street
S inderot.f.de day befo de wah"'
sw biog torn Away in order to give
. toi atodern, up-to-date cottage.
itt hstorlo buliaing has beenW
ding for the past fifty years, It
sg|inally the property of F. Y.
ite, who sold it in 1881 to Capt. T.
0lh, of Indian wars fame, the cosn-
r beon bhig $1,000 -i\onfederate
ey. On this property' apt. Ellis
e good wfte reAsded mtil the
of thal death r*h a large
0, d.the death ot Mrs, Ellis a
a.o the property passed to
( teestate, In compliance
0 of that lady. T. IB. and
efently purchased all in -
e homestead, and the
r down. The eod-
for the ero ion of a
4l n ign, work upon
Ii.sooa-s the lot

c l $ )astiphtimm'


Et"4 'et sa..t
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yeitout

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Od i thde go
Ard family a
Ayer's Sa-saji

it's thregi

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MAS TThK RiIt$T IDA

Thomas lnter'pet g Cl^rplirng
Ohairmari T. P. 'T a* of 'the Boatd
of Co:.nty Como ittlo eres hasl' '
ceOed, through :an Pthu tit advo,
Otte 0of good ^^ whOfort1,
Irfton l34o n00t e t ign his am
Svery Interesting loppingg thing
from the .iome and Farm, and is

Texas, It eads as flows:
Another year i now well under
way. It htas o 'ied in this country
with btd oads a4 wet weather; the
later cannot ba helped, butt the lormoe
could be remedied and, improved,
easly i the people would turiin theirp
minds i in thant dlrefton. I have a pla
that would soon, i! put itto exeontion,
give good rba0s. The outUline of'it i
thiti Fir.t, a general road tax, nonur
}o pay for putting the roads in' goo
condition. 5eeond let the contract to
a reliable contractor. 'Third, take the
town anA county convicts, let thetA
wok -under the ontraotor at a unil-
fomt and reasonable rate. ,
This plan, modified 'or expanded,
WIll soon be put .into general use, I be-
leve,. It is Impossible to estimate the
value of good highways; they are use-
ful to tie merchant as well as to the
farmer, as useful to the rich as to the
poor; 'In tfat, there is no Olass of peo-
rpie that good roads will detriment,
and It will be worth thousands of dol-
lars to the farmor. This plait will
meet with opposition by some, but
that will only show its bad points, and
it can be made better,
A Demonstration of What Chamber"
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-'
rhoea Remedy Can Doo.


"One of our customers, a highly re-
speoted oitizon of this plaoe, had been
for ten years a sufferer from oahronied
diarrhoea," writes Walden & Martin,.
druggists, of Enterprise, Ala. ."He
had tOed various patent' preparationS
and been treated by physicians' with,
out any permanent benefit. A few
months ago he commenced taklui
Chamberlaln'sa 'Oolio, Oholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and in short t4me
was entirely cured. Many oitienmg
of. Enterprise who know the gentlemMan
will teStify to the truthfulness of thi'
statement." For sale by all-druggista
and medicine (ompamies.
AT THE POOR FARM.
Many Improvements Being Made at
County's Resort for the Poor.
So numerous have been the improve-
ments at the site of the newpoor farm,
that the resort for the accommodation
of the county's dtestitute has become 'a
right attractive one, and it, may be
said that Alaehua's pensioners are at
least comfortably and plentifully pro-
vided for.
N. W. Malphure has just eompletod
at the farm a neat, substantial build-
ing of live rooms, which vwill be 'oeot-
pled by Supertntendent Brown and hit
family. Three other IilIdinge will be,
moved and repaired, whlch Wll.I serve
as quarters for tho pensioners, and atl
togetherr the plapI is piresea d .o a'
rather inviting appearance. Alachiu
county paupers are i. big luok.,
Good r Children. -"
The pleasant to ttke and harmless
One Minute Cough Out. giwetie t6"
diate r lief itnall at 1 sesf0co h' rqe p
Wo4 ls grippe. became' itt d not 'peas
immediately into the s'oenash, bu.t
takep seat righth at ths.; ^^^


CAMP WAS, ORGANIZED.
' IPatrrotic Order Sons of America Make I
"" aGood Start in This City.


Trhat great, Aimerican order known
___-,. s the Vattitio Order Sons of America
Swsw org attzed in this city Wednesday
fnlg,.and 'the large number who
Swre preentit to receive the initiation
t Ig Wwas egvidenc that Organizer B. L. Ly-1
SWAY R den, o hasben working here for
rld t '9** '. the past three. weeks, had been. emi-
bt i)r6tteV*ted ner y at ntly cesfinhis efforts.
Work Thrghy lpctd it he 'camp was installed as Washing-
ibifetmr-A ssedOw iOaiipo.,8.. ".The members pres-
W*ftllt*s '. ent manireastd a great deal 4o inter-
Ses a .ti te 'probabtiities are that' the.;
P 0t Ristiy ad hou be A, order will thrive in Alachua 'county.
u G. d-a "nd .ncI"lenA. IA" J. The following offeers were elected
.v re- f the ensuing term Past President.
u frotm ala, whe .e w N' Carter, r.e ; Presidont, T. 0.
oWr e sndd ay as rep-rsetative. of .Rose; Vicec-President, H. W, Waits;
the co y d ity respectively, to In-M
# e~t he iroad -mac~hifery.' : (ently er of Forms, W. P1 Garrett; Re-
S heroad uacne t ently crding Secretary, W. L. Denham;
S mmisiou by th autori- Finanial Secretary, W. R. Anderson ;,
Al-p hycout A Treasurr,. E Lartigue; Inspector,
speahinery, Al- JohiG. Gos; Conductor, 0. W. Over-
Peik stated that all parties ly ; Guard,H. G. McDonell; Trustees,
it gh'tied with the same.; Teia
Wo "mdli, oed wCtl thedbymo. hUt D. echafer, A. F. Harrod, H. C.
Committee, acorpaniedbCol.u Roth ig ht Sentiuel, B. W. Cline
look anZobg., Mr. Rogera 4 'dltor 'ou Right
.L. X l .f t, o Assistant'Right Sentinel, G. T. Wells;
it the'oeo aCtioa, o1thearLa-.eft Soutinei, E. S Kennard.
Antheony se'od, about two miles from Organizer Lyden,, after ,successfully
O nala, wlhre the awhi erywaies fromlaunching the order :and leaving it in
gages in the ontrutio nfIie -roa. good hands here, departed yesterday
SThec Tmmtt ade a though ex forhis home in Jacksonville, He ex-
a.mimton of the prkateabililesof the pects to proceed in a short' time to
Stia d re unanimouSi the e a, where another tamp will be
ap rotl Of .the samen, ..... .' orga_______nie .t he
!There s being oonstraed in: first- Walks Without Oriutches.
class' du:rble condition -y't tnta- I was much afflicted with sciaticai
6hin0 tnetihod in Marion b'ouitXny abouti Wyrites Ed. C,. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwlck
'two hundred and fifty yards sf road- Cd., KCi'., "going about on erutches:
way, twelvee feet wide, poerday, nd it and suffering a deal of pain. I was in-
Swas the obpjini of the committee that duced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment,
three. iuidred yards might be *laid. whieh relieved me. I used three 50o
,The material being used is hard rock, bottles. It is the greatest liniment I
and Will stand for years. ever used; have recommended it to a
The vialt of this comimirtee will re.i nber of persons. All express theins
i re- elve- as being henefted by it. I now
sult in a favorable rep!(!rt In the matter walk without crutche, able to perform
of Isearlng road machinery, as the a great deal of light labor on the
committee are unanimops in the asser'- farm" 25c, 50c and $1 at Johnson
tion that it is. the only and cheapestt 'ros
method of constructing durable roads, HALF MOON DOTS.
T-Thei committee desires to thank the -----
gooQ4 people of Ocala for the hospitable April Fool on Teacher-Farmers
manner in which they were entertain- are Planting.
ed while guests of the Brick City. Half Moon, April 9.-There was
A Prominent Minister Recommendr iuite an April fool played on Miss
G"hamberidin'p OCitc, Cholera and Gussie Miller, who has control of the
DtiVrhoea Remedy. Newberry school, April 1st. D. B.
SRev Franois 3..Davidson, pastor of Methvin hired a two-mule team and
tha t- Matthew Baptist church and sent it to the school house and took all


less, but very ..i'crive. Childroli
like to take It. At all. drMg-storcs-' -|
a large bottle for :


25 NCiNTS
Ask your drugist hout hie .
FREEI GOLD N ofer
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THE NEWS FROM WALDO.
Effort Being Made to Organize Print-
ing Company--Other' Notes,
Waldo, April 9.-Mrs. 8. Renault
left Wednesdiayfor Michigan for the


president Of. the Third District Baptalt of Miss Gussie's pupils off before she summer.
Assoeiatioit, 27831Second t, New Or- came to school. lHe brought them to The Presbytery of the Northern Pres-
leans, writes a4 follows: "I have Half Moon, where they spent the day byterian church held its session here
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera quite pleasantly fishing and boat rid- Tuesday and Wdnesday. As their
and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps and ing. church building was being painted thil
paine itn the stomach aand found it ex- Mrs. E. C. Brevard of this place, Methodist church was tendered them
excellent It is in fact the best cranp who has been ill the past week, is fast and, accepted. The colored brother
Also several of my parishioners have recovering. Her friends wish to see was present not only in their business
used it with equally satisfactory her out again soon. session, but in the congregation at the
results." For sale by aI druggists and Messrs. Jno. Fortson. Gavin and preaching service. r
medicine companies. George Picekett have just completed A band of gypsies is camped in the
HOUSE NEARLY COMPLETED. their new boat to be used on Half edge of toWn, and will gather shekels
Moon lake. Race, girls, for the first of the gullable.
W. R, Steckert Will Have One of the ride, Among the shipments by express
-Finest Homes in the State. The farmers of this section are nearly from this place to other States are to-
The handsome residence ot W. R. through planting their crops and now mato plants, potato draws, cabbage
Stekert, whih has been under course are preparing to cultivate them. plants, English peas and beets.
Oi cotttUctiot n. in Northeast Galiike- MNi''es Vivy and Cuba Hathcock of, Orlando Weeks is back after a .u,-
11 fr tthe past few months, is rapid this place 'visited their, brother last off for several weeks.
ly nearing completion, and Mr. Stek Sunday, C. 0. Hatheock of Newberry. W. A MeLena has purchased the
rtand his iterestitg family expect T R. RPikett, the mill man, made a Alto House, which i4 located across
to be boifoitably quartered In their fying trip to Gainesnille Tuesday, the track from the depot.
new home in about three weeks, Some of the boys of Half Moon wish An effort is being made to purchase
The style of arohlteoture is very o d lik a certain a new printing outfit by forming a
unique, and reflects great redit upon youagt man goes occasionally. stck company and selling shares in
the skill of the designer. Th build Saved the Loved Ones! or Qer to put our town paper, The En-
1640..,equip wihalmodearn-on-' r. a A. t .Priso, on a better footing and to
l helped w l moder on- rs. Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle, be' ter Editor Prewitt's propects.
veuiieoes,.and is a property of which Colo., writes: "I believe Ballard's H. Cu. e "s
the owner may well feel proud. It horehound Syrup is superior to any Herbine Cures
willbooe of the flinhesthousis in the other cough medicine, and will do all Fever and ague. A dose will usual-
State. j that is claied for it, and it is soly stop a chill, a continuance always
Due Notice it Served. pleasantto take. My little girl wants cures. Mrs. Win. M. Stroud, MIid-
puli notlee Ia hll rey served o the totake it when she has no need for it." hian Texa, May '81 1899, writes
ubliegerallythat D ttWitchBallard's Horehound Syrup is the for eight years ad fonditthe be,
Haael. SAve i the:-only lAVe on, the at ure for all pulmonary ailments. medicine we have ever used for ia
market, that is made from te p#e 50 ad 10at Johnson miros. grippe, bilious fever and malaria.
Uladtuerated w htch. hs*e DeWitti's A Prospective Boom. o50c at Johnson Bros,
With. Hashel Seale has cured thou- Shice th recent openin.e of the SCHOOL DID NOTN QLOSE.
sand, of eases of piles that would not. streets in Southwest (ainesvilleWil nt or a Fe W
ield to auy other trtat entl, and this wwhieh gave access to the Eevillhi prop- w n for a Few Week g-
a ithsbrought outany won le w tythe property has be surveyed By Private Funds
tnterfe t o Thte tpersUna Whoitsu
the,. geWine D)Witt5 rti Hael; into building lots, and inasmuch as the. GinesvIlle
Salve are never di.,ppo|-inted, becaUtse ia.a I desirable and c eni ent see. "Scho ite th ewh*.
it oure.-, Bodiford pe.olnm. : tion of the city, the prospects are that PIred ."..tem .of -. -
the lots will sell radly as didnot co, bu b
The ^ague, Apt 0,-Th seo1d4 placed on the market, and the jAtinued a few weeks longer by PI"p
chamber of the ,X4ethrId. 4L wh!ch ihas bei.n -moet adv port of a private fund. '
jmint today adol tie a ithet felt s ainesvlle, Six weeks ago the regular sc
b 1 .to 14 voteI. '. oo!t. with Beville's Add term canie to an end,. buttbogh :t. h- b`
:ibVtl SdebN.sa 'o W t' the T t' : The property i~ revenue derived from the l of the
a imtt .* omanda h old schooll property, aI.iregitio
be n ()O, the temn, was eteu444 tot
A ftys.d lei W#oL1rtI win
". Pl,. V M'I$ rSie a 5 i "rsiGnaa iew daSa. Friday. As was stated in yse..
"I atn desairoa )t idl A r ad.0a-ys.A,,. Friday mornim g, the boar" ~
bl (Or bQ*tll l Boardorf Pablip.,nst(ro arS
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