The Gainesville sun

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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

Subjects

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:
UF00079930:00828

Related Items

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

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,t SPiLL$ INTFI.DUCOP

Bla ,, .., '4 M i
loilinig, lfWhaic
ts an Approprigtion of *60.
itar intere*tlng M4eaurea.
. o. Wilson of the aveni
a introduced proposed odo
amendment in effect thM
really to thele $ll
ialty to *1.<00. Bestato


* an ton bbe ar diamatyer vtwo

l~tt maidonrtanor and providiogn
%&at trial ad ishwment.-
jn*.tor .ii t of 'the Twenty-flart


.:i+a[..S N h :l + tt^ i"&, *PuPoA'
4tei tl has introduced a bill to pro
0"'i d the re i Ob, r nt of ( t.e
a o n the hire ofp.,- State ar.d county
ptbers upon due proof. of the .lar-
Y of aui pr9rrty, avnd -upon con-
OL on of such l4rceny in a court of.
ethet jurisdiction. Section 1 of
t provides that 'lpoi the trial oft
prson or persons, or obrporatioa
.e4 wth larceny of any property,
A eli be theoduty of the trial cowt
big the trial of the6ase 0to receive
-* rce of the value of such property
4-to have been stolen, ad uponi
1ion the jury, or in cate the
tried without a jury, then
S'of the court, after hearing
c'Toe of the-value of the- prop*
1 i to have been stolen, if it
pear that the owner or owners
I:aive not recovered the prop-
or value thereof to, assess the
i thereof in its or their finding.
kzlnirum sum ihxed is $500.
106or Brwn Of- the twentieth dis-'
SIntd a bM': a providing for
arpehase ofa Jotoand the construo-
Lof a building for 'the siae of the.
0me ourt, appropriating tbe sum
6kto. same, and providing for
jlppdntmenib of a commission to
Ssharageof ,are. 1 -..
ioor I lldcWiams Introduced a
,"oyneing for theo burning of the
ed 182.t00o of 7 per et bods.
| k'tfe i"atroduced 4a' b' t0
p frthe -publiatieon,:in nts4.
.]|ltjiptfthe 'aots of the Legislature.
Otherbills introduced wore:
,: 6na.rr WOilliamst, -to amend thr
Contittutl.o. relative to. the: distrlbu-.
sl oaof moneys.,for school purposes.
y Senator, Blount,: to aid and. en.
l age schools,. ... .
Senator Gillen, to Ineorporate
,.. ake Oity, White Spring. and
'atertown Elecotrio Railways-
n eartat ,to tax fran ohues.
Oor P-4acek balled up. hits on.-
urrents reolution providing for the
lntment of a joint .Oommittee
ed of two from the Senate and
fr nthe. House, to whom .shall
ferred al claims against, o and all
| pertaining to,'. the dispo!tion
4he .,Indian.. wari lam ,nd
Pa cook offered a u.0
hasnging the numbrt..6of the
ittee tonine from the Seinate
relve from the House, aindastlpu
that she joint committee shall
0,6hairtnan, and giving a thority
Ilcy a clerk and vend fur pertona
ira n )he eases that may ,come
Athe omittee. Thiv.*URt.itU49
IAope ,y the Senate ,d oer..l-
the Hous, If the House agre
"apR pqlment of this commit t ee
,y I Walles and other clais
ne before those coi- poiag:
fembeh. ,-
|veto message from the Gov-
precodidera&. Opeproviding1
^ aotf a prison corn-
to p v oer the dveo,
iT vet' 1*11 to amend Se ,
4 o*f $Irs th8 4vi Etatts of the
,tati tielat to.e power
kwam eLv...to regia-
sad sa. eto-
Wa*om pd


00",I 11141 Ki"0", .+IWI


eih ~ 4sd aifp the* n *h'e ot he (t WiatW 1N Se of yeso. 1**
*hi.;aplet *1- peoiito )nai>4 r'1zp '". oIn ~whob
!o '' at r4eathly W h ata d5 Y p Odeavo to a thn n
lg 4i4 OrPpla ha tts<4 we abberv1ttioa RI table Ior a loxag
sa4 eto:, "A "- 140t of laod a boat.,e t, It aouAee a


i alsj^^ jh^ *owlq b T psad td ax reondeifpt te ty
li.4 f^ opptatso .'whw^ ,l pony t or down the line to some o
bhyi De Wit TWebh 2Wm g et Spring Halth GIver, Wh on- sl aomit. as newm, ni thse flow .
asegv th1y Ao. ~r v: tent : ei vV, e Qi S, up heeipatoi as pt rbs deee all 'vin
SA4trey, An8 'etttat' ie lot es, we t, 'aith
mmonigthe pa.pdSl _leon,, in ta t ,,nOl og"14th back t the starting point, and ls
lpnta parhpe4s, te'2! in-USe tla-IR tle a" ftht isll 4e iy" t would take a 4tvUil h
oemlth ogure "t r ei n:liht.d Ir Haleth and Yijor. et).wor ti. him b whrew as, )otas h
,a ts o eg R Oi ab"t," fro t Paine's O e1.. n po poORS l is i ,,,. al l I wae htse t o .. h l
"eSapy ;NhnU o<*? in gof the *1rWIni*t PO eah x a tax repeipt is a dem0ripseon of prop. a
ampta nn rpltioil: o4 2 OQf 5g gPtf
ronaltpe on u nay" but 'there other "ne "ow 1Wtw1 tht public. toot it ftoin sle, or it acidstally y
no ,e k ,o,,m,,ittee ,it 0was tiredd to h a p h h thol4 t th iroot that thle 1 oo'
o e nubliW S e wealhy, lnfluential utrttblteiienal Ma4 haeen cly paid, It the taxpa y
. orof Marior a it. the di5sea5 b ther^ at le the 4 AtOSk helad the receipt al the v
benooo eene of, n and ei. al.. ..e .t. one or ntore lats t
wdow to gi.o.nholin the ts r ota dl w k ops partlel sub- tisIti of "b. .


offered tod y a reolutin to require that ecold be qvule~i of ai tax reelipt. In
the chairman of eh .... imite to a S-d isis entli'elya waste ot time ehnd I
keep a minute ofo ,. tol timo of .!d+,-aper' td do more than this Who
to he .ou. evr t. rela"I the "a tlr' 0 I
pay ,the clerks oxiy111.t0 oIt Wa a time 0 sett 'g rublee lo : h11etleier't th
employed. ta*. tbisaslson more than "sual, not
Sr; Strozler spoke* to eu usptiori*.1 b 5 of 9tlvted desrtlption
Mr. Abrame opposed th .o1ulin. t lp., but on alcOu0 tao
He Baid that the chairman g he hoi-o al, whiOh in many instalnoes the a
.nt1ees could not comply t the re.ew "o t, h *lot
op 4"tion unless they sptnt theti tiIme t" fIii sale was et a anl s their sp
keeping a book or'the time mployes. tpe. me yers lat iso fa o
He. moved to lay the resoltioi on theo",t lU andinyer. aoItb d
tible. The yeas and nays were oailpd keen repeated yea.* after yea t u to
and resulted in 24 to lI o' the table last rear, when G-ncr 3pnnings and f
and 2 against .oh,"roo. pt a sp to it
r. .Wall iomptly ofred a resolu, .orbiddipg the aelng of such pp.
tlon providing opr the pritinl of 2,000 orty ,tnti outs0tandinrg Iert1tftla

copies of thO record, with, the above M were rt de d' A tea1 whlh leruln otf h
vote re0orded therein,, "I order,"' as :_.I.W......O _.'_ : :. p.et admi nltration a grVa1t0age t,
he aid, ta the peo at. d homn^. t+ Ws,+"hen t e *a"nonesy t habe ent st d"M. bi
4o al6, MW 0s stri8ka teas Pt,
Hou'e." Te amotntws lai.d o the weakin.s atn diso ,are $ xpr{ed s tr oihd f e"
table by a deceive VO .. i wisi, td pri*i i wa1 .&O ti d ,lfrom ,, td- n
-Mr. Gilchrst, ofe1ired +a res+o tion variibiy s^euk iew vitali$, i,!U lx nd v lrtihig tr selling any of these lfd. l
providing for the pItinoa.,th. opln.t streg iinh, ihir buidr, d.o l. hatlly deny the inihpi *
lon of thlie attoforney.gnleral a. to th) Paine'o*"wlehry (Copc Hd If te charge of "Taxpayer," when he hIt- *B
validity of th contradi of Sidtey I'. reader of thif .k rI i,, Hienm mate, that 1 am resimnblotor trouble
Waliles ad others withhe 8ate, of tof bltretft iteuIle, i nervouss .s xpereiwed by the taspayrs on tthi. a
Florilda, In connection sitrh fhe: Vy-' and wekuts.ainrOe O ,iteCim lonrm, iatle invi, Apr Tia dis.at Isie4, <
OM t l-th s: So withhm; oO f i .pro: ty 'I o
F tid e Florida Indian rwI el 'blood f impure ri sloFgh, i. t rhe.o hi tiar ot ci ti
ThlitesOlutioi wae. adopted. imatei ms,.rtrmralgia, uldy,,i,,s p akidney 1 no a e Diaidon, i0t as on
t du trk cothle tl se!ugItbeh a ndo
oWhe. aisenios to bhe mionlet up !W Lhp oraliv troitbrso awell f'rihnntoh lnioral law, if lhe wolltowsed. It back
np hout of new bill. About the an h ay n ily illie nds o siu p wirs nusamd- brlain llie, olorbt i
oa6,aeOp developed today, a mongtei J pie of Ix .Mayor.aHtton, u ingt on, tO in. Very willing to oblle,
I W. I),.-Dscoit some
ito *uparto t being as follows: Vt., uo Pai'nenso ,lory Compoud and ,a6nesvint April 1a o i o
M. ollis-To provide for the relm- promptly baceiskh tih lji( Ie RI; .,do it ,tt: t to
blrsent or the owner of properly wait till yo ato t itk. ,)n bottle, a A Prominent Minister Raecommernd ,
by thesevemlra counties of the Stats of rule, will :hKrc'e'the u' el, correct Ohiarnberlain'*s Ooic. Oho(eraand .,
Florida from the money derived fromi impaired digetion, the hire 'of State and 0counMty prisoners and mitpke yot robtst aiiln. liad h v. FrAno0 Ja. Davldson* pallor of ,
upon due proof of tht e rtaroey f such gMA aator s Uttof' chutg -ostelf teo t. waatthew BaptisLot hihure td a
iMr. Johnsou of Pto--sTo provide "."people haveofend ask 4mae.hots I Amsoclhastion, 98ASeeotd St "w..-'Or' re
for the appldoaton. of the money ,re 0miagd to keep so w4el, it af art* 'o 1a
ed fm th tlemet of th ou i ,n,.r)y tl kinds f ,,.I",I 'tdj 6sd Cha.erli.I, Ioo Cholra.
Floveida Indian tar olaim. The mess- truveliugesnaideabty,. I vl o al1 nd iarrhoe mody for cramp,"Ind
ure tpultveeorthj settern4ttort the or.sicklness4M. hi e 4i ,iin basbou( ia.. i t h-"ond I e- Is
bonded ianebted.ne of the. State. th4t intead pt waifttg tati am flent Xt he ikat th besto mp etc
Also atnnt tfor the e.tiafl~ation of ipkh in beda* dfprooeod to It i r f *IdI eolIo remedy I base eel camp 'a^
teaoheMm a. to' psbe reqitre. -{e,whiialWh "t:tdA .o vo-tiu IIrin.t lIate
ets to theaio.s g.des of-rtltl- as bIt, I tO r : t*" ia bys f ddiSgltalr D
"te .s...... .. *;" Compound:, wlih b, keeps m well and ioie.d lo e(Wmparl.. s. .. :.. .:....yi. y<
the Oale .ogafrptts adclgaret, pa- my opinion, tot take a, tli* thalt e b ri a

Mr. isn of Sownn8e-..nTo rVtaildealers In elquOr from halvipl -medicine or a 4oo i 'niO beons a os, wd .k, ,..,We. i.ay, tgr etlla
hceens,,.bld sdi .d<"orr or other o taruntd- hearty v0,e of ib' U ry hotel wllV tion. n their place of bOssess. iM, Compound iiun ItwU wa Ilst inid4 a0 f6tt a h" rin.t1 #t .s. 00r0
th~ow te sele, a-pe ltriii"t p vilatIo g.lt. many, y+m g, a+4 hv., yet to hteas).. wi. al o i $bel a. .' After
-ou _,h m ; fui, 4er.o ,ls," lieu'. -willI. he, tb Ale a Btie


Wl TL PtI R i.4. .
ron, Von Noeaky Appotled' a
ommlnittee of pna. to QCorrtpon4f
tih <30venrme.nt ofeil-as.O. e
s4we of interesting Nature. 1
Xelsoe.xeAprll 1i4.-The%,ls tr ise.
pi In the Lutherat as well as Ep'pi *
al oharurhes were ettOnded.by large
gregations. Both churches were
dnounely decorated, the Lutheran, ,
iroh being a mass of roses, while ,
the Epiiopal ohiurch red and white, :
lee werOe uted Durlig the offerty :
the Eplioopal church Miss Fanny
rlingion sing -"The htesurrcttio,"
H. R. Shqelloy, mo t beautifully, a c-
inpanied by Mrs. J. W. Johnson on
e organ aimd Mr, Johnsou up the
lIn, It was a great treat to lovers
fine musie.
Thavr being no evening serylo'i ., at
e other churches the Eplc scopal";.
aurah was filled by a. overflowliW i
ingregation who .Htened..'with gre
terest to th e in*ermoer'f etv.v'
s .on, ** *
At the mr0eet lq o at ite. adLt Is
y .6oolety at theater ltall, on Fri4


ie was by 'elpn r"oltsot Wnd tU lyI
pltaied. he so4rt8ns o 4di. t onl .
eviy +wae ars 'itt whldh ts,, p s

o16d wtlt o !h-6ver"Mo t O WAs
i dt ee what i ea h dolle
n m .qp,' The Agelroem etisellr

igtiotet between t, town .
'ald iBe stopped I .t whiqh WO i
ippen it a tfew months rnlsta *ota|m ,
ing Is don t once H
The eI1pe on 1arAY nih
Led aspect ors. 1 A
ewly ireteored a the oI, "-iI
muse AOA,
1s0.10, ohnston, 0w, wT i
ey and daughter hBa ho:e t l
SA. t'. NDaOlJi ad %

|The 1"0Qo .i rtat0 in amfta ly


invlliu. to attend th, n'iwaIm4
lrank ut
rmier reieldent of Mleose, IS In town,
e expresses bIhmslf very mueb
Ide in the la. %eW y tes
riTe iee treasm at th t oiw I et
turday bl the ladies 4 t1 ,04 feo.
w supply*bad% p b#indd Is;.
sning.to ~ig) tg 4ems

a never fpijhig alga of beel
mach t out^ i 9tert The*rs(c 'l;
mtedy In the* Wetid equal to
sipepsia *and *1it setoah dib
ruf Mrs.. )(ly S Orick, of WhJt

mpttplo foe1lyarvl^re alt bld '*of

vs at easen. Cod aft.r takt a fatfw


Savyf thbaLoved OneI ;-- "t W-, *eorhda booes 1*tat lthes, *itt the-
Mrs. -Mary A. Viler, *ewoautk, c^' wa' Vasketsss end har'eiooa adr te waoe't
Col., writs: l beltewS I,,.lards C o, Ai i u, opb L.. Isur'SUr bo. l# and I t4ing boies.
Moreho1und -s tas to a rnan the Anstralhia* 5 r,.[ le4 will t n. -ush mtin. ac m~tl l for

piteasen to take. SMy Iotitrt AreVt h ro 5'f fe rI*:Ai*fa *' 1:{e
bto tae tw b a it J iee A tr.,44 -' ai t1.-$ puia d:t e
wee( ,he"Ioih s otetk`+
retBBN*Itp ho 0, det^oyeib:as
.per ea4A..^ion l:as wee wnd Piryo f Irp
W, Oes te ta ttUbf t PUmob;iate whom the Vi 11*4 0ipatI
soj. iu tnd y.^ bomit 4 80I AM eq* Iriioa -with li'tes powded4< to fil* MW.
Iuf today whether wthe or Whd tob ldidbeut -* ;'m e
to enforce thur 46Wa4N 4 ;|eW
;.mployes' alte, 5A7s I4 e rf w'Qf :a 1he I SU* saueh ps w4 ^eISe ag
work 4saY Po sIdetw P oggt A2 f u Ai"


i p d- Pl .b6 II +d+rl "-i
A relai r r" tor bVw* %
anas shoud aldays be irepMU h0a14" **04 ho,


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ll eand ialel ari Wlia:
ren. bt UIn:j'ur.





r -wrecked, Fe eigiA S pyWOd
Ligh a Irofiet ear and with te :

%1( Oerki.Donovan was killed. I,,i
1 under the wreck. -'e ae
a.nwa w t-a also killed. Etc
4it aba;dly ijured but ti r'.'not
yvw'4, tOt'r., MallCO'rks fl*Ar 4
t, Sitatten were panul). Ytfaly I
LC -'seengrt on tbe train were
t, ahkin u.p, bue 4ca.ped injAuji
Twis. Traffic wa delayed sever)i
l.by the wreck. .
Slitad terrainn was rtnUnninig as
01 6hot!o of 106 3, which left
"le s4at 2: 35r o'clock Wednesday
Sab i, e Ischeditled to have
r~t la New Orleans this morning
SVaIa left Montgomery at 12:380.
TO tri ont of the station at Co.
Or y the engkii s'. struck ann opet
X dplowe t aht uth en e pty
he nail and bagpgae
0i 1 folOwe0 were entirely 44
a"d~, thie wreek.ae took fire..
Pk Donovan, who.w~ esnd4
'the dooril,. t is at when the
e .m was h.red under .,
A",th t.t, dying instantly.
*4eil reief .train .h as ~one to

tr*) R3VW ANU R* MN eRt
--- -A
Thousand Algerlail TrobRs Take

,wiiltlne :,ed the gr military
tsi wa<,th1 i,.le0 Ltroops tooh
S .o It t .:p j flld lThis force .
S4ali df p atom ery ,d rai of theo

a d 'thed -wb tie n shoed a
tspentaele.
Iioubet' arrival on the paradw
ai'Iti an laept
ewas be Mlal for a great itiba from tXhe, tNTitary nd ti.
t civilian pp W stors. DiU.
vli)tno of the trook thp w 0res .
ng stand and was.erround4
:I g e.q e. a ue en to wi t


iitoui o1ither eatu do of el b.
eilitivte. 'tle will et Talk
st ^eesot 'fo t ha If Hftd



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01l Qa~p-7 whleh own pro,
fe. t TUe* e at INeau



pi^^d Rul^nuiwuE p a* b be iatterng a


||roslein wom the as organises
Hl was SeT$md a rear agcors. Jy
pf half a dotes sadl0t 2
Wtth a total epigtaiatie *


Wire ttreutt ey.

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M for-.eia


of S eOEU.tktttl4e Which ~ fs~ IlL1 Cltye '~z~uea~ lb. he) '*~ 4War4'u
euuforrtgat. Waft ~kw at ShE let mntu.~a~ed *Itb 4 ualssla*I ~ ~ *119


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Georgia hf'
so. b th alt
the aismt i T

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t, .t':+ ,'f i t "' i* tIe dit a re
cib*, th icrs rs They t n
Molate to ,;Alohot-Ds* ss6 Intoxl" ** ow ,a, areitk look wp
Cam* F+io$w S"tandpolint,11 w"0 V g o
And l Doi4edtes crea Dep diopn drel lean
4A la dle et0 r 4ped lr. 1O O tonly e
UnTr : I artlbeto fdi fol pUiteI. e~tt. havie diqle i
2) r it!Cy M saIdhtd#::i!,urc, ro- ,liidny .*t 14 and yinr and tl


rft 0.w roft) ar Mti o te r h ,he m H i, os lohl. ," ," W ititio lbO i
ede." Ta ,lor oned tie ir` in t r d eWiio l *dZ % l


ot sti tho incrati ur teha ever r 4I ted the oery,. *r 'e i
p igl :.Dr.itaileor said'.. i iA ,t roq unps, ar em Y



,s b o Ipe~pl e l ar ii ds troyedy -lack ef knowl 1 1 .i a
ste g eol omf"o;e. O u.t... d eihti


de dpthouaid people ai. m ri ,d every

cI i o hlO the nature a f l ohol n4 t OI
e ffects in the living ) tt> body. W- bbwes, b ut regularaction cannot
know more about l the ot of o. It ogh' bio e tO "t; a
4 ha*l teo0.dayi thlan. w*e 4iut ; 'or twenty- C u atIctn ural fl five years age. 'b4soarabes of cd WrI increasing a a
obemuloal: in d physt|loal :S, IOtI i tht results,


"o "1 ** : 'and gq eas workk. W' iiv temperatn i n llc"
S atimenI e r oultl y i* notd b noieb
date. or sientfito tIe%, france sp. .I'



STh apr k ough clear awsye WM
(' "F:w people n gi 10 upSto81* by 3o
i e0tl id t e account er 4 1et4l0 th b do!.*w0
Ilk '*DU .i i :* r*t*



hol lI a or wChere it taiiron, ". )~ y
upipose that it is 4 fheretit int nstwv o
all It a l'good, 5s AM"r" of 0od, an
i'e say thalt it is to be .gn. .in appM4
k^^ I4' peach0, pears4 w gapes std, where s rit 2 a ,
taM AOI not find any wher th.o onstrutp
Sj ive. forces of Matov, at in 'the @*
Oirement i f tnett y st" miorobo, whidh b ,
...._____________ _.._ b'haa eaten up sugar (t191 .,,a IS o 4fOt For Bl] by^ Jo
ot-- .f^ q Ct words, liquor de l ha d it .. .
Met ofi' e C e Murr*' ^ juic-, %hich :i's sctenitlliy corret 0ou
Memphis, penn., April 17.-"Ador it :i deslgrnated Uactetlogictol bej
:HenB a. German subjet emBaployed at ;iee:^. le me that bel mit a 1l

an. a tegro with a picturesque ol o -halfr bug jule, and that Lo ony
record. Hlein* .tcfused to. honor tlg ithiinginbeerforwhich rnendrink s CO(ZTTOQN
order presented btiy the negro for a pal the bi Bce;
9of beer. The Germann reshtont* in the Dr. Thylor concluded tes most in.-
portion of the eity noea the. hbrerwrYf tere ingdii uslacusoh by giving to aa- f-l-o*
on learning of the tragedy, immediatea hot classifiotion Bingoi w the poisous,
ly former poses antd ar ching ( said most polacons sa'e elassue EIG P
for the negro with the avowed 1r3 eitr rcotes ~orf n tants. A Ins API4 01 .
of lynch, tt al e! I nee- lf po n the t$i


*. Seaboard Bys Refing St4.ok more serious Ilolson ta'tit.U i were .. --
AtiAtutahs Aprilt. T-Tite Seabloart .AAt only a naricaijo ot *s*iuluI(* iy en $rri^ 3 J :v
L RAllwE r.a co p ten alle i oe t i n It. ?oln pio ple i in ra 1 w o ppI'1
freight eea~s, si- right ei and larger s oultd bIn many paxr0 s h e osn$ h
n^ne ps^~etAer engines. Thhtot ta

Sto :tiis fut I .,oR l a paulon g ordiandt .or ading
the mt $ 4800 i tob. paId lb the aI of oea bL dL qtoe. es-
Iassh 44 t astl e quip. sepS Opol phyoisan' ps'bseslr-ion
ith"em i boa us have bent luep d to co er i nder a pt l y prbevi*lo adt0 $200 for.. .
hre held b, tCO 4aranity grnet om tOu lisng to ro; but rt tl I g16
-da r ^r -te'robAll of
of beer. rehfce^rtia 7, *oeihe :. -iatylor aonoludedtlWio mo4 i4m t git ,g !









beo. TI riO 't7..6*1. x ma4e w a1. .. I vIrs ity1 r777aid
overall makers of the K nl t' taerstory iWhon common oi by p le i a to '
oat this ptatu o ,v tii e r on $ried, a O of all i. I toa g pilrs of
at.t n 1 Met4 a h tho e uoy a fr lectsal hie w r drive $4 saloon
of the overm t a f fs, inf O of I r
i*KHner g i l lireV9 d 'a aom or .440114 ^ .U;II .. I.* I ::Tt"i









flore to pap .1t -tests desen woa J IMo.,April lor a
l hadn't ,ri'allo^ tbe ii l .-i. ;breW hrW r f r











K yw 4`itat'abtOt .I^th in *.i l *ull .;r 44 wits
mUaking pr.rl 40. 0Omeact, thy *Al er's a theii i
0y,~ h5s Rv#iMO .titbOad f lard, the 4e,0 1ePq .ea :






-that i .. t et r e ar n t, w but .ri s m ly


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Sthe. b iW 2:
d: to.thf t itliss .ch kl, antail I thei
i adeii^ iits little body Wit
6 it(xd t. itroat, weak eyelw
^ .ia^^ttforinyY '.
o t*<,'uttlittfle trend arid no' t eprwoki
ich. stse metue- how van -o' expect wel cdevel.u e
LT owu bloa ati d build up your health an4
capacity for tUhe enjoyntt of the pleaIsre :
auty all pareiuts 6we to posterity. .and made
uttrely reshes-dleepsea.tud, altbborn blo-od,:
SS. SS. It eiinrcheotout even lierfditaii .
and wreoves every taivtt Irmrn the blo
ias up the general hIeltih. It weakling a
lxg .ip ariunc you, right the wronRby
them oni a course of S. ,. at once.
haemles. iu its tff r3ts. atnd can he takes
t fear oft aty'ba iul. r .. .
d we will. also swxnd our litok 0--Lon bO .O, a .i:




be eu ntl. 9 the iiiveri
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t''t Atlltsl 01t thee
*ery idP r C^hitiz
Matariil, trllo0, iltemittlrgu an4 atntd
$ttin Ptveras and4 by golog to th* o': of the 1
1 orls per 4aont citre.
M rTY CENTS Past poTT'1 5


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'are 1 SO
at's


1*1' 48 yet' p en t s
O h e ths 46uld lay tw00
a 4y.'Is sILmpl throwing abrid
I it 4t, a job,,

qPoa9S.movemerat,ws begun
04mot basis,' motre thn' ,18,
MO havo be aemled on, this
t ik,' intour 'of W'e eastern States,
S) l ew;w otor', New ;ersey, Coil
nittt' And hi saqaoPasett. ,:
tilianapolls "medine women" oan
oduei wherunning1,:r .ihl ctpao-.,
t 0,00000 gallo of i in
W..
6 ati Tbhis amount .wtllt.fll 21,4.8,
S whlkey i ;barrels.i If ilt were' all
(i|h sKyrup It would d"f11,40-400,000O
sAt the present population' of
aIiiplta it would oure all the
0' for. 27,420 years.
Ij ia will have two. convention
ilWwhieh will mean, a great
rdsit, the advancement of the
l6I interests of the entire
y he~iiter-State sugar ane'
o'ovenwon will be held in
ia(Ihe ..t; 7th and 8th, which
|^-a m-ineeting of' the
itute ki Ameriouas on the

," W. liard, O e of theold..
S'obft lntluent-al citsens of
37i44d,. Monday and Wals
b 4 Io tlQrve.ek cemetery, near
7a Wednesday. C apt.
Mll a captain of infantry. in
bl| aintWeSisth 0Georgia regiment
!ig4h vil war, and. served .his
ttitry Wtimh great distinction and

Tampa's latest sonsatoni has dovel-.
isdi,-the pubtio school. IDr. H. J.
amipto. of that citv charges Pris-(
oipal Lowes of .tihe grammar school
iith tremte bruaoi t and oirelty to
|i d, language unbecoming the dignity
i positin and unfit 'for the pu-
mtder his mrg '.to hoar.. He has.
diyi4: seunsel abd: will prosemute
sr orntuinau3y on a charge
an battery. '.
P".41 tit R oevOltto
l 1theiJon Wesle
Itankin YVea of a
!0yv, onia once,
dof. Episo0.
i btbp tfor th.a
isoopali n'
j i!i~i:


hock and make thepi sertionIuft0et &
thie. eveng2ists who do not nakeouse'

While they may -be natuated in 49*'
ing~ so~ $11s bhe9pe of a compary re'
$lOt "11 A, 'g the alnre to te
morn"er~! bit ih, tndeq4 of Iakn
fan honegl' eftri to get lWe dtherthere
and holiso Ma3 by' sooz4 an;.osvixprlng
arg bi b ,n i, th 'y 0 v e efntly f t I4
it profitable *t' eled that gaflNy woid d
not be continued. Ac evansgellat is
aWlYRy piter asin 4 d ntratioca
f his power.. s h tasto move the fit,'
Owe!:^^bt^va~i^


that


since the war DSeJ
'to pnrctae the b
conB the 8,000,000


i*T "^Wi't"S l;
Soet withe, the
fexico in Lontdon
Ma3. The plan




([*',lV P,
rn will b0 that
ase of the Philip'.
I(iee of a ^1$intied
en coihn redeemt
&of to 1. It 1
PtIth Ph as :pzt
a Ph'lippsines has
L0 i*p of 1ilser,
sOget anZ ,ounce
reiadet attempted
Wo;soe~sary to


^y.e^n./aoruhor
Sin order' to gi ht prestge a* wittily, but, e sed bv the lst Congres
the u0%ext sto tace onb $Out$ ooa t, tonvinved., ,. The po itn1 0I etg't tilo
Wand maaotis pro ssio1 )a% 'Q^ de the retW nWt iest tueoxus, the latst" lw ent ben
e goes at this si ars led by Company
Qirith of a' Ii tden$ R4 I $41 1 tha lAe %194 t .evi, of P ,1,e1"''a a -4g ig that1 wder
Wmore I tyr^tt t W ,Ol"fartly end6tJi 4 by vr-pry suoples which has0fhrtofore existed,
a showing; 64 Jilmo 8ata nostie tenbt 'e4e ecretatrist 'iSw ah d 1xP firm b any opportunity of selling
l 6tder t h, _o .g, est ,he
ldto ) lg expressed i % inrn, It rubber Staps SQ thie ga k" enthsaveo
pay5.aof respecting ZheS aw alold) at $ac4 and Wbe charges are being estimatede.
*p ad' b 4-he -n... .to the e should t ost p an I S
es .0 .4 'ta.nytgoin *tos 4 "iib ,key-notr of, the 0amoprg,.TEAn
.he s e oth .... i .chs ~ 1 pat"o poiey. Tbe Pres r6a.1, 1a16 a ntis in

9 *. ieera^k at M...i.pol. Sen slowly but. surei displacing the ooo-
g hs e e n p u l p i t gr e s 4 d o0 Ah l v #n .a so a t at y t O, h e r ko bt i v e Re es y s t h a t t h e o n l y o b s t a -
S w yei4t nd there O ae publi his al wa e rt of eed of th.
.whloil'eadtrtthae the reitvals ave the h i the near fIture.' This elemttricars, but that ( xis-his being re-
bees 'rottnilve of there carried mod In ev c he c the oa
matter bowahnyh they abhor thduse tail, -n ,dbtr Allisont having given *fro antli r to Munele, la,,
of t -anla t thne pulpit, There area blater t o a o i t t ere are an ltewTew to A Weitelr 'news- treilos in oiw hotrs a ptim only
'st0e wh. aesnot be moed at Any paper ".J.ookin the < ''Iowa Idea." ten .esig ..wo otar ..atime onlyn t
tk n' h epo The resent read and apov4 the e idtit-ontea thie, aio d
n o olthe.. there to the front Shao ed ,oot sp: t eehesW. ,In his.owh orodn Aa.'ethiia onrj dthe ar aira
hen on they there han there ,peht it was notld by careful ob- le le r. lteh prof the rV te. Ont
Si getting by the ld sal serverstha he did not deprele the the Bofl po. I l
vation rautc. .t has worked good .n IIstarrny0islon with the force hre usally they mnkef inlekpan boosefr 'pin



evangelist who :halls .from Kentucky revisionp f the tarfft and hasl adopted erasksort railway, nowl Le --
and several other States it. that part of the contrary position only as matter .traclon,. has arrangedd now a '"
the country, and who travels fast and of expeileny ore Wilson be tacn
furiously, coined a beautiful phrase in liev0s it- is too early to adopt .su0h a that cals an or mts on
pulpit slang, After advsing and poiy' e -.regards the Oormminse fito- the mAleany hudso ie wor o
pleading with the congregation tO get tion in Iowa as more powerftul tha it sixty miles an hou r don de .the .tno
near the Lord, and seeing n effects lsbelieved to be by other members f tasket Br anPh tho rty On theLorain
from his work, hoe said: ,"I yo can't tlOabiete.nd Is follolg his us al an rod he he speed
corner the Lord in your closet, od pou.y '' sitting. on ti1e fence." l rsth fiftity Amil's..Onthetojeted eW
hadn bettvriering up overtheteler reat surprise is expressed at the York & .tacheaster ro.d a opeed -o
phone." That is a sentence which hat. Secretary Hay has pledged itu a
will live in history, even though i oI the 'n ited States to pay 6 the xrense i xtyrseven mils an hour at onepolntu
severely critIcised by the press.00 inw e thea '0ana al o* e is. lleo :or. ue ilonably. t phe
There is no tolling where all this ia I maint gt it4 concession ti motor is a t t be te
discussion iS to end. Some of the st. whih ineoesslta the itinus ax -c o ,a n o ,ote

iionary preacher who ware perhaps ag oave o, of a xpiunu amount, of "A Npw York bride killed herself
little jealou of thet. power beng tli order orply wth the beas her husband spoke slightingly
i w.. ...ti :'W", .,1 It hn" ,







ed by their transient brethren, will terwis f this r.nees1on the French ofher 0 aterhat" sayS the Atlanta
condemn the praetie, but the fellow omipay now ira e poe a force osttuton. It might have been juste
who can corral the greatest numberof consisting of0 engineers, 46 surgeons as well that she ended heri troubles.
miners around the mourner's benh isa approximately men The y good could ever be e

The successful a r of Sam ones is hih M Hay s the Ute band dd kow enough t admire
a proof of this. t ates able, is atisate w at ,.$,000 per his w afe's bonnetsli
aster -larry Fanni of ~es t Fo- d a t "It is lararly wTthi a view to hpino f te tates
id is one of th smallest bos that pver spetiong the wo4 aIt Admiral W ralk-
Ropr sentativl, e ut nhe ris numte ofio' meotn anY Cco itan w? aol .for tistico that a poulato of 80 000

mest eaolient.. Harry wet to Tnilla- the isthmus at a! earlj t e On.- onsumes loess than five. pounds pier
thaseo and managed tn i ownr cav pg tary a pNubliqhed repo en tihe .om .eapita per annum of the. 4 0,e0, 00
hfor th positi, and m the auoesw whihg mai.iscon will not go t Bogotr or make pounds. of oe.an riee iow produced
crowned his, work is, remarkable. 'La i ane 0geipt to~ .~_too e e the oolomt; annalsy:
had n one to make "trades" for hnun ij congress rt1i0 0 the t4mty. It h
adhe Won entirely upon his eepored that e party ~ New Yorkr
ent nortir, receiving 48ofthbe 68 vtes sma go to Bog to Ii that by locha applications, as they cannot,
on thea first ballot.. Never did a h(puopq eAiIa they a l go op thet own reh t e diseased poo of t ear
create a more favorable inpr on resonb( it i thou ay aut There only One way to ce
upoi his first meeting with so many -ti the ;~att ness, t ndt that is by p onstih uional,
men, aed et is pleas, ih to note that 'he Beerotary _ha* is al'. akixiaU .w4 ng tr ia aD ofoesoof tae bnx
has not dlsatpointen them. le fW10 a ehaa o n ot anigro pt listed mian lc aur *1w.int
na1tid little nitori emaen l. ao d takes toh x .s ...
member -of the pgisature .fror h en. ore at Wb.-ie on ban 0n ita. IstIc ViaMtor essntb




Franklin eo-nt elnd his friends a proWi that his ac- eessr Ylbfe in o nIafm Anour.tSWo S .
speeu great. things of hiom in thote t 5It eat an early'" d-te. .O4ead forte ier
u Tmor. aeaen. n eg o ....
St. ha it' i; 4S asp ble-h t :: sehth 'nt w' iOi in a
SBaltimore ails a library e.lub that is chief clerkr, Wa lt $Ui*t of Ne w Yth
planning lto hold a series of boxing. York, will succeed 'Mr. Alis. i
matches, TheiAr ertis oan very cleverly rgeas Sent to fll t#,
suggests that perhaps the mbe nbea p'Wdh a bkacna
want to get inn shape to settle a few b 0 w 1 ny ork toeaston-afo




tferences of opinion ovoa the hisbcori- s a t oge g
e 1autisels cthe a have bee n ading, ,W d


!iLeen
will

Ottonz

is,
1 the
h of it


Wooed to sriot i*ijetton in-
UAstry .5gy i much
better staple oip I t totton,
but it Iis o i&%, go rdes
oft Sea Ianlh W~ W r l
.effect the uplTrn P Cltt. i j try be-
.cause O'plua e"tto g lk en-
tirely'dit b;" antd oy .ut ith
'will run e ZIa of the mar-
ket unless te a 1tite oh o ea :
Islhads is raeL by sN ig Iwseed
and exeroising care ln n idoin. and
vgnixlng K be staple. .4-.)haAe' of *
ea Island cotton wil or~tae t av
its own partiui r field a o other
*etp will me linf serious otl.peti .I0on
wrth'i it
Th -ere bs ,ben considerable alk
about pt4ating .Egypit an sof ".e in his
cou-x try, but we cannot se" tio n
thing will be "gained 'by i winless ithe
plant ore prolifl t than oui long
staples. .Bsidis that,e f wou'' be
Hpeessary to constantly getr nww g,1e' 0
tfrom Egpt, as the climate' hre 1o6i" l
ehahge the fiber back to :f t original
color, jMt. as t6e *gypeitiaTi
gave it thb',tiu. ta.dfleec i ioh
makes it popular witththe mills. I .
"In the meantime, the cottopoIAnt.
ere of the 8on" h will f Oind agodi opm ,
market at, home for a umber tof bf^N
vision ropep arnd they houl: tr.A y i
supply the pemad for everything that
can le raised upon 'the farm4,
otton thi surplus crop, an& then a
money, which t brings will be,
from the farm.n .
WORK WILL SOON t4ihEGI
Contract -Waits is Now Getting;q
PoOl e fb New. Electic opany,
entraotor 8.. F. '-Waolte d of :
1ark,, t whom the contract 'for secti;~r
thg and delivering in this city ofag.
thousand cypress poles for the G0aine#-
ville Gas COompany, to -be. sed'in
tonktrtct.ion of the outside worki r
ports that he is making fair," e
he stated a day or *twto go' to0Mainag
S6teoige :'Doig that the work ital P
greasing Lvlry well under the Oir
stances, and that, had it not' bee
the overflowedconditionofthes
where the cypress la ond, the
would have been almost ompletfl
*:thl.s tim ne. .....
K order that the public ma<, ^
what we are doing, youth may ay
everythKing s progressing nicely,-
nMrke4d.Manager l)g,. whein ques
* m schinsry has all been ordereste. 5Q <
of A ft hateen shiped, and the da*y
ges the first consignment of polek'W -r
expect to begin work."
When asked as to the date he e.p" h
. ed to have the plant in operation, M I
Doig replied that lights woul4 bAtala
ed on by Septembwr 1, with the coatraoS made With the of j'
:here i. a forte6felo $0.oo0, which i
go to o' the city In the event that th
ights are not ntured ;on by hMtA d ae
PS ORERS AT Ht:, SPRINQa
New Electric Light ahd t '* Comri#
Ha. Placed Order for Machieryw
The 'aich disteUsed lee mania i
plairt fs o longer a dearn, btwr as
thIeiA h ll aoon be a reality-sam

will b4^ ne of'e tif not modern^ ^
pi t khij in the State,. '
R1. 0. tevenaetreaauret of 0*
jpa',ni stated ^Thrsday that-4tea
4tea tip-to-date ten-ton fee '. s
&tiiees ordered F rQ(mu a Y\yrk;, '-
nth*efacturer, with dnrstrac ion* rv


4 will be rounnt
^^ee^ve:,wiith! al^^ S^ 6


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day and Thursday .
Y 'a a l l : u + 'l:: :'+:++ ;'"'''+ +' =:I+'+ ++'''+'P:+ :+ : :':i+


pb ".. ; ;
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...SQUAL tttx
'"O,' yacht sad toe by her to gie all



L, wp dWW .Wt Ovrbot.glr ..
4'* W,*bu.*ms *te a 4es,. h *Ir Tha, who
us Mt*4 Qoe Gashing Ovw th* arCT 1.I ak.r g;; dbelieHur4Ied t VaoV .n l ueawtted
M A-tja bewn 9 rook R.
pllbeager o bshtareoe 1td t hLsarb rtta ws M
'A ~up ws dlsasted IS S hesta OtP'*54 $ *s oeRmxa.
A^ Aseortly Cer visa^ t ampa, tlgla41ad, M X4, f s f4.

b over tiwaide u rrie esajr etl ned wm y nad t, h4 m a a' t
ant all^s ther and Qan*f ^ was4 by t:e beo;14uqeq$stg ai her
O*4 Oe ian was rowsa e.s "with it ...r .t.all" a
resl sawerso. Ui*Incls og4i^w s-ewom.
I^ 4l who was knocked O bly 4am* *o one was ifr
Itiured& "at KICg 1Wwat on' Shamrock IIw

I 'f o Cp tain Wrlste .. .......... .
aI binocualr glass wto sBir Ceashie of Atll" 0on L s Aof.

the 4>adstead verog, CMr fo ypa b oaber of the Fint
brease stwArg U. ItsheU*tsr. at' the Bavinsa

the : oat^ n h areir o by anage of thOe Asexcs Surety
s ttey et frbom company.
S t a o th:e the.' m Ie ous of al.aed ..mbe
paott i Oluinrswe*ab40 to Jal n
atetsfc Vhatr ctbr ftCEw11 ou t ti oft'lon4 ofKOO.. i* Is Id,
enou to ..- keep r e ri tipp. today, heg 'he wtl be reloaseds
.454y OlsveDiMIntie. Ons Merck' t Mr. Oilivof'svtv ela
efot4 tto trt Bt tomaa Lipto, an? ezs ktlo o6 f hi toow bSx
$harms1 an Ct* wt.rt,' $e c odo, r., Olto0e protests his la o *.n.
of the Roy lflst t Yaoht club, board. ft s derstoo a h nt. the apd
e4 the ohaltlen@r whlic made a mag parent sho'tare 15 4. 10 srros in
aI licent pture, as uerher cloud obooeeis, hic fre not his own,
canWhs she drove p.et Nothee. The d that be ls re#W tat hort,
rti hea takes up a position o n 1' r. Olir is lidely known In a
t:te boAta Away round a trianpulat vunmah. 1o$q prwasneaitly connect-
urse, ad everything eed11 Ieel ant elswle-e n Georga an
cAse a fl'e rAtt. The Shauroek ta: South Oprolin.
made a Shart Mboard ct the port A
ifer le1 mct1s awah. About 10:40 .
obsoen berl ile ot stor onvitels as Ohietos end Will o
A Apto ro4 A Atlant Priasn.
.est o f wist i weasa out 0nalesba. April 18-Wlatna
Uth t*t)ttrbct thie ya4ht and MEKZIley,, fla, Noain. I0dward
pHwww Of her mwts at the mna at > blowout that op4r
"t her -n ^*ere. carted sted in iSo etate last winter, bavrs
44 the dlo*,fc with it heat ooS1to4 twa the eaderatl onrtl
1r :stt. *d B a 4d senwtenoet 0 Tye years i tht
lw The trial vea for a week and more
Geck were thaw one bnsie$ Witadasi were ox
TWhesi a Z.tk s *0e0o dn.' ened i.p $s.0o0
Iwa d of irx. mpog Atwqe$ %M4an#I$4 Jv parlous to hei at.


6that 0the ot*41
W StaOws % e d-ttr

ae otherwi t. he ytlsete Who- *
^*KIIP^^ '^ ;b:*.wI4^ N ^^~li^l*'
OAfsPclfler,
^^f~i- SS^ brfl ^^-.0l lopt


0$1ZA t* AY/ APRIL tO, 1903 Ofl IKLL4 4E


TO Hi
U$ 1 tt^tti p g'.mntw '.. A Y P PjKAEY

YOUT$EY TtITpOKT "L.... :W..S RBES.


q 1 tog .,,
HOWAPtD SELOT9D *bR D550. was) henrea e it is unot~ biyin4 900 P*..RSON*. W .W ." '
I *st She nu ar 646POstb)V Whall" I

Contradetm *o. So of FoIto r Ut1 .. tb s .. pp ..t M1n In Mi.es l Jp:n WhO*n
Flankofol Kr ..i 4iE lt.-rb4 R eed: p gek e S7atl+r M, n& &ri4 #z am ti.
Prakmtz z',coiiiu *ty oAt. sm l^wa R gn .......KbtiMu n G a itih 4 a^' :+
pske4 agah to tetoo at *th D z Ana s acn ..o a 4n;.
,tae gpow n\ dm i 8y vqatqsoalied by tsh t IdIau e 1 e, d the county bjrty he to4ay.
upon the stand tow :'atgi^^ neble4d bnre 10te*7N weigv4C met^ton, xneoa* to %tnf Erocm
Ylo..tsey told o o t r .
it a M o ao* H & ** Mastbs btenise this elty.. T1an *Sh WlItaon, oS *0h %flsttia wub ,oo

garding the shooting s wt ess went (tatin asg1is papm s .btdd* ea4 w brous ta. Drl *OII 4pW ^e4
Sto .w 'NTylor to ara tt hA4 atro *4 a # # o* abl ser to


not atold to sink &ad witb* ntatlp would aetqhrw be .a$t1se4I #te Wa djted. He t that hi bad
flat 4, sad. Johnsqs, also baG nansent. but would sot R.*ta$e t Vlin
bee nele:ctsa o 4o t3o. ,llIg :it "No m beaptEttei aE lfr. I 4, of t tri..
of thi letter, witness.ow 1 to have Mr. Michael Z4a4.ly secorttt Karoh'i. D 's' Dn *a. a

totdtioveIttthio .....hom wto e tq
4I tI ow. Ole h tos ..o ..i "4


Wveson Jrt. 0 ttins fr Sow t mge to thef la throug Ct aes Lart stovn)p& to latendtse
, to be'ro d of pe ,4* o#4 Howor, h e ni 1 it ea M/ O" desrd to bu p .. a Hint
be sai, .knew wheu e .rt v oydr hero t. RedCaom brecntinewsdtleud Ir~ t, Wb ilia 4 M a t e4 woe
bth at he ihatdb slefet to do the ole by. .. acafa tiot, i mde tatma te tbi ft t d to
kloAin d. oolio Per iithen ro
o uwoteyrsaid he atl om 4 i s md htplep i the ova io.usthr ts h e mend' I Wen oI$QOI. 1 eit s* e K e
, ..tton h t o I n to lthelan i C t y sa r s o spn
0%Wtht:n wottherdrewid li thdo r a et M n Dr ted 4&h'' t h r tht


went out rn d he- as kdoitL thait hu imdht dt t adl IX, e sto Uskep bt *,W's the
YoutieyL I sad tIt :w & we sh kl to t e ed att two on*g#r sn le. Whe ithi

o paskedit bewastd to asV aor, t04t oe oftdr. to br&Md&k b f telm qfQ hii* mf about t ti ast pmIV A
t, Pwas i teod o Io.h ioated apl ohf prejt oirw4 uy o bit b r dits t4n,# tWh4 4144
"Anew tion How*iAlf lint:d. Oft: *:,otl';








4wo t ro und t the anteroom u let Wo 4 h a is tht e fothery tea mounted' to w' e l5tt ut53s 5 was 1Zde$ os
bitqi through thilass door. Jan thlnthe pI".t s hlip &pptheasce erest- many's lewr d t'se o ld w it.
*t t'lled dgo tme window bhi soa, )t to do th e irpre dSedy c l o-" o *. 'I IW 4
oralIed for the e Hootlu, s Aho tia bi p j om iwta, ald Mr. lnb. "ra, v te tw 5oti rtrle Vqine gs dr
t.e, itr. -sadiles b laughed t." to aerb
" told hij thao t I ha d amrraulgd w seioods lter Mr WRhel d spri es ho
t.. at o. ot saiwm pha either .ti e io ti.. convention sp lb:td by thei *t o out o a tew t
YlPOOn y o a,.t rdleted 0oo i e toto tharel o 6 w it ih ar-t. a

A fl eu'W it.har ed the dqb7OV tIt matt tat the a
he left for o uIndll, l au J a in 4 fo p sa, ?* n tse.d t b mo.lwt g $d rw s
' .'ya1 ow l w sa^t tslie o t p s ** l a ntMtitx e M *% '
we 4t out aan heif out of the t w aallo tictd. To at. )l% i cato 4rworke t n at bolt





Syo u sw y o e m Irsay o o the u. s.. iorm tenag' wa pe l *twr1u ytb brtb *ea Ih
rM.'ty sIo s oti two l, If t this etteeraln. d-
h*p** r .... sesflion j%"Jori Uf 4W

"mdr wa s i threat, d t o t gtspte, pea t.speakes .Atkiaaa
bor; Rln Hwd 'Traltklo tt* O~nt.sIeatl SuthaM nhd # a le *t Qat

or n ,'Uo a rMO, mot lt S t cWr e w bu te.
whieb, rueod tloWiabtl: MaiW !< ln ? I n oe,, an Lr4 E al v bldie aop *thamie .
P t "4-10btitot ,foIt d

o rIow kri theit ma t e p enbilywl bqd boldIn 464 ** wn IS#4
I&"We bnest- reo I etot-Ies tZi 'th is test wek .... he* i si br f, 4 .. bt* iArfi
i ld. Sad ts trouble, W n .tI isc t


tdsa ytM 141 fas tiatIk ltsso u Bn p L0t0a W1t 4Re j b Wa m $
J'S told nob, ea?. I $0A 1rne Hevia HWM*oS#












aa ,Aowam 1meteor4 ,.' Il i 'ull l. S y- Jhns



im *t tvth oe e e set er btt mNi V. Z161 MM44 by $
teavlt 0nM b yn Mis t4$gt0. s tpe.or, Whi M td i S, U.








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ag 6fkit e Olsy 0ouiptf 1

ators, the o:dasiton being
pout of the old and in.titll
new Counnil. t 1
l was cll.ed- to order
. 7;BQ o'clock by i'resIdpt
and for the first timrs in 'I
is itftll board .answered'C
II, there being present
RojBiinsOh,^'. Aid emmett
ritier, O tyPol, lt.dw
,4thti*'^ dmii ilid.
ii enaipce otf Marshal-.
sop t. sold16 th aldermen-,
miren$litly vlKile in thie
la4d stie 'raI. ls UR4nor


'!,n dignity" qo'tl4 rani
9 payual wes sitleeleablI
sies phtA4 wkhl'
kg b k the Oquinaitt xd
c $ 4 s w6 e a tr the
at 4tshsoelelet>y the


ut of otll oef
irat kna r of
i meeting aridA
pryed na Zn tire
ttiang-the past


$pus ,'o
4oHun1^
i^t01 ,i::


hiptl the astietani rnd^ered, the
111iiyfaiteness el d htzpxl'I"



fI n rf ii 1 t 'he i ntt't. .of this
i&&that an engrtossed copy there-
e pieseed Mr obiton by the-

T 'e O., il also passed the-f. ". w-
M oilWtions f t hattks to Aldermat
_, vforr the past year otairintan of
S" stance hbi.dol0tee, with the
4114ta iIapproval of the -ouill;.':
-ie:t hereby .Resolved,.,i ThaSt the'
l| of 146the -u .l be ofteredd to
,V 4torm fo the oapablo and
)floent manneruir-whlu h he iasB
ited )he flnanles of the city for
S ayear, .as chairman of the-
l*thos itee. and also for Wth as
he has been to the oun-
li g alway able .to. 'explain.
U ,.ti .0al condition of the
|lit i a< way s to enable s. ton
O t|| rk more 'intelligently, and
-It tlear '.and comprehensive" re-'
(pori poetion a committee compris-
Aldermen- Me4rthutr, Oaninn-
4 Bro.me wIas appointed' to
gvals the returns of the mutiol-
Z pleotlon held in this oity Tuesday,'
S14th Inst. The canvass was made
Sthe committee reported tlie eld40
p thbe e following ticket :
mayor, W. B. Thomas; clerk and
n(tur"r, J1. MDel.; tax collector, T.
ills ; tax '*assesor, iP. A. Ruhll;
arhal, Ohas. .inkosopn aid ermen,
STaylor, L, O.LyaOh, A. M-. Cush-
.geo geDolg. ..
p motJon tho report was adopted.
l veO ticke ratiliedl,
0 R-obluson, who wa0 soon
1 ook oceasion.to: express his
to the ouneil, collect-
ildually, for the counr-
h t .. position with
Atee fit to honor himt
stitated that he,
)~. Xk 'tO the chairman
'aa1 so : harmoni-
olongratulate
2 .0, feelOg that
lied ntadt no


Philepftidi~i;, P

W 4ii$. f1rget tiat U's

' l *i atiprfik
Ait WtI g1181e y~ii Strong
ot htsh Don't waste
yur me. Pia moy y
qy|| trying som Other s! nd*.
a$C.true 4oyd1st rSad,

Fill ., *'.o0 botteo al l drugtsts*.


the, %op .it Adjourned, when Alder-
men 'oBinson, Miller, Bensoni and
Osunon retired from their' official

Clerk Dell announced that the Cou'u
oil wldptoeed to orgnie., .
A, Annons was preepnat', and was 're-
quested to Administer tje oath of of*'
floe to the mayr.enl, who 'was the
pree^t innqubent.*

Jtwhy and' ad ased. the. ,tol
rating tha hi q tle opin-n, he haid 'PQ<
t.e, $unisdyitmA'on to .dminister the
oath. Ho stated that he wa. nothte
'pbl O, but not a judi .oy ier, a
ththt he 'teryie .should be performed
y a Judltary ofler*
ThOe qe rtion then arose : e to
Whether o' *iot it ws ned-esry to ad-
minister oatlto mayor Thomas, as he
hitd been 'w6rn I4n on a previous oceq-
n. o o n es hl. that this or
.er, Wo.obligato was nvbld, as t4e
mayer wa ii ofeer. ejeot th 'same hea
any othr nmer f the ticket. The
'uituation'wVah finally ielti*ve'd by das-
patching Ohjier rPint spont for *Juidge
?asoii, who perfo th eessary
function. .

Iayor, that ola oeded 'to ad
minleiter the osthryp't "t alermeu-,
leat, after whih as givenOto" Mar-0
shail-ieot inkose 'in broken 'doses.
ane, and It was noted. thaist aoref#l
attention was -beling "given to the

A.ter the cerernontes of administer-.
Ing the oath the new Council was oitll'
ed o order by Olerk ell, who stated'
that the first, business before the
board was the eleotidn of a preseteut,
Aldermatt McArthur enjoyed the d-dis
tin.tionof making thd. frat momtvelet
of thie ew body in the form of no'in.
nation of Alderman George m'I
Broomo for president. The mine.
tion was iteconded by Alderman Dolg
s quickly that it looked as though he i
feared he would lose the opport0ntiy.
There being no., further nomLnattsO
upon motion the nominations were
closed and Aldeir an Broomwe was t'le
Vated to that lofty poasitlon by iacola.
nation. The alderman very ocloverly
thanked the Council for the honor,
assuring that It was more highly ,ap-
preolated because it had o0me' to him-
without solioittion, Ia his reuaprks
he stated that 'he hoped aail believed"
the Council would work harmoniously
together for the benefit of the cit`ys
in'rests. Ho had been- honored as a
representative of the city for several
years, and had always been tin accord
with his colleagues, .except possibly'
upon a few questions which 'he did not
'consider for the Iest Interesta of the
city. "But while we had .these little
differences on qiestiousti which wes
could not see in the samte light," he
continued, "I want to tell you that in
all the years I have served the oity as
alderman I have never ,.had a falling
out with one of my colleagues. I askk
the co-operation of the Council."
Alderman Doig made a clever mo-
ton.' He stated that it seemed to be
the desire of all htis colleagues to re-
tain Alderman, Broome as chairman of
thoellnancoeommittee. He threw few
fragrant bo6uquiete at Mr. Broome, and
concluded by making a motion to the
effect that, iitn his appointment of com-
mitteca, President Broome name him-
'self as ohairiruau of the ,lnanee com-
.mittee. The motion was put byAIder-
.an Pedrick, d uly seconded and unan-
at sityy carried when, reside
'ome again discharged his the
,. o : .., .t .!. .... ..


*MMa>;-,,^;


correct, as we tWhol4tid'U e0 that
mr. AhreCs was elected drive. Mr.
Benson has nim t eslgne6 foremaut
the Company, :ithih to thy g*tifiea-
tion 4 6hi0s riMtn ad the nly cange
is t R of th& *ewl r. The repor
"c' Flior geI, i Vlip,
t* M- b* i
"Wb '' t0*
"Ilk
"jfi.^^^ ^^ i- ^~t~''t'~~t^f'''t~wk ~flli'


'v all ire tt-unckeHim er
Wi(t ` Butf Plstol.
v w t,rr Wdne
rdiB $ in wh el, -evo'i a negroes

Wiin andy Jutiee TIm, Ziley became
eargetra lffln.ltyh aloh result d
in'thp latter r*ee'ng a pistol' ball
*wo0d 1 &the oleft th gh a::d another in'
hrigit thih whilh Mr. Winelin

ouieis interfered and 'prevented
iry 6U4tir trooblme.) r.r Thomas MV-


fo N OWh'btime, r th
O e nn was ip to.city yester-'
)- ar.dfrom him we p scored the fol-.
lo -h fi r o grmia< e t .til. f rin:
:r. Wiln stat; t.at .he. ht ha4been
o.0 ad'o sumi.s t % ihber of wit-
,iso rat crti jthe .ar Wg he
[T'bo aodyr 1 arte:' t.o a' ti' e ft(6r4oon,.
8ap ita W f after thtiapet hqur betdre
the witA6es co'ild b aee440 When i
everihing was in i adines to proceed
with the ti(al the ofloer Wontt- to tie-
.lime of' i.stie .l e and notified'
-sad been 49'lded tm hold the
4.1pq ata essuppet'. "r some reason
Sk ld 0t 0 a6em in thele .beit of:
h.oe =cwlez Mr. Wiun left him. He
stately, however, that hbe would ;ed;n tte
-o'.zi. f 4ln returned to the posit0iee,
sad-l. W moment h sttea's rpat
a1ey aEproached himiand tbegar us-
ing very ettsive language, at th-d same
time striktg hitn over the bead with
the bgtt of a pistol. Mr. Winn
there forerew his pistol and shot his
iggreiaoy through the left thigh. After
this, Winn ptatea, Mri. Bailey shot him-
sf through the right thigh an en-
deavor to oo hint:.
Th aftiir Is toW be regretted, a* both
oihoers have hold-.p.abllc poitiAons for a
long'tink e, and' have 'eretofore been

Beauty and Strength .
A^redsirabloe' Yo al s trongiandi
N,"oro.ts whe yourr blood is pure.
y y,n mos-women, fail to prop
pale, sallow, thin and wak,, while' the
Sbrightness, freshness and beauty of the
skin anid omplidl: o depart. etoiedy
rt~f ,and 'taling a's al dos of
t goem e yn at ngnouvlish
0 46rb --e after eah ~i, ea. tow dge t
-1 atyou have eaten. 5e at tohnsoti

MIS* 8 NcIHOLS ENTERTAINS.
Membsershof U Ladie ard C.ub
Paoaid PBoMiit fAftn.t1 "t
At -the comfinO tble home of her pary
ent^ Col. and" Mrs 0. Niehola, 'Mi
Atlee tifehols 'egibtgfully enteroll ed
't aehnimbes of, the Young.' La-dle
There was a#4rg' crowd present,and
cohialderable enhulasm OeharaoteHiied
thfte game.
At a late ho:re .e .u6ests departedB
with a united.exore6ssio that the t-
ternoon was one 6f the mOat pleasant
in' the history of the soltety. !.
i.* H ebn .. ..w
Fever and ague Adose will al
ly astop a hiHl, 'ia contii ancs always
curea. Mrs. Wn M. 8tk4, Eid*
lothian, *Tox as4y 8L 89" #rite
"We have uaea Heibine in our fWaiily
for eight yat a&d found th 'bes
medicine we ^we ve uset' for :' a
grippe, bllides feter and mslttris.'"
S00 at Johnsiia t*r j.
S The Snia lids An Err6r ,
In speaking of bthe el tai"n at the
meeting f( Ifite Compam .I, Tess-
day night, The-St stated .Mai lenr7y
Ahrens Was al "'ated foreiiat of the
companyy to it' vcaney^ ceased by
the resignation 0 fo.mtnR t iSe- h.
This wasatn eatero whto we are glad to


the raslni The 'bodny foahd last albht
Swaa' identified as $ihat of Michael DI-
.art.; oue r othqr who were asleept
in the house whn the Ire irok. out
weom seriobaly injured .by Jwtping
from the windows ...,. ..,/.
Ln.., .,iman, ttike F mii.res..
SOwah, NehtsAliW 1.---Adboit 2 ,q
e~eeaq tmy,*4 ~a WiOez


teni .- s oeS ....


of. d is tii p h iqhl


meeting ast wokocs of & .
stry't M0instry Wedne4 e
a grygm gOgly pa1t0$br afP?
elation man ifees heit 'ltres
being presetkt. '
poa'of dismissing preitn'inrly
action, would ,e, tn6 t
on ihe: occasion :ofi tihe oat e
:;uaniaooumdly' de. .h b:nqe o ~an4 bIll d wl-,6e 4

added io muon.h o tho plaSt
heAeemaent proga .
The foUlowing'ommnittee s
pointed, with .full power t
wake. full arrangements:
On IOoanqiet$- r '. P,,t
J. Harrison Hodges aqd W.
On Ball Henry ,DavTiS J
and B. X. hrower, Jr. l
.On Deeprations for, 3l3o o i
Ball-Oapt. -eo. M t LynOh,
to select assistantt, ,
On Toasters .and Spe6oailI 4
J. F. McKinstry, Jr.', eo
and Ohristopher Matheson.,
o Notify Members-o s. Sjj .B
J. W. Blanding and L. Ohlyti


Office'
Great
Was

Flor-
sting
aKin-
Ming,
byo-
t by


I ',haty tapM g m otr
;.~ t' p;*fos r : 'i ,tl: o b'! r.'n'*



.0s Poqa z yd a n


and in:t'ue t id bfdteP .v
wnoys o *a-ds as noti lt bab# at




dt i u g.ci its, in fifty*-po..
'Atig s : ne1 a enae. a'dol **art



*i.Yi u mayiai it r
a.en to'
ornthe :,dtue.'d to. diseaed 14eda*t eft oh
|was npRd ladder o d not to I hbi a
brOSt P its, suppnSfy, -
ce ent as won l h. men orl ladearts
erable wsth kidney hand blade trouble




sairpie bottle by. m4i
free, also pamphlet tell- ,t o( ewope Root.'
lg i1 iii abo0V It, Including riny o th
thoua nd. of testonial 'etts reed
from sufirerrs oured. In writing Dr. I lie t
.8 Qo., Binghbmton, N. Y,., -be sure and
r;ention this paer.
SDony make any mistake, but remnem-
bet' the Iname, Swamp-Root, Dr.' Kil-
mner's Swamrp-Root it-nd!. the' ad4r8ss,
BinghaMton,. V.. ,on every bottle "

SR0CHELLE RAMBLINGS.
aiteresting Items Ab ut People Who
com arnsad .
Bochelle, April i7.--ts Itena
po0dyear~ a charming young lady of
O week. '" -
rWe ret to say Mrs. S. Boothe is
on ,.e s
Th i ug folks delightt ly pound-
ed r Si eiTmeyr'Thuarsy iight
WOill 0ollis0, o: oUf the A. 0. .L,
boys, isa vintpghids parents this week.
MIss Lairw"i Biddenbaek of BEgypt,
Ga,, i the gue.t of Mrs. John Zetrnuer.
Howard Be0khim, "and charming
bride are now oceopyjng rooms with
Mrs. W. F. ruTker.
Miss Julia T n a fascinating
young lady of Reddiok, is the guest of
her .ister, Mrs. Jones.
Jq hn Murrell of Tampa, brother of
our sleeples$'agent here, J. A. Mu rrll,
,will pend" e surnmer in otr ~midat.
Sr:Mr. S. 0..' Zetrouer returned Sun-
4ay from GainesvIlle, after spending
a couple of pleasant days, the guest of
Mrs. 0. S mi:th.. .' ..
..Roebelle. is green .nhow, for 'L. W.
Smlth shipped eighty orates, of cabbage
last week.
Oliver Thigpern and estimable family
ate now permanently dd ifeiled at the
Tucker realdence.
Mis. Sltle Pinkoson of Gainesville
.viated Mrs. Charlie Myers Friday and
Saturday
Oarlis Ah, one of Dunnellon '
young bualn'ns0.men, was, here last
week to see his friends ,
SMiasses ollto Adkin, Fannie Boore:
and Lola a i-ldey of lHawthorn visited
Mr. W. T;ookeor last week.
Master Lee Jennings left for Dun
~ellon~w I~lay,
We all tited Moore's Minstrel quite
a sueee .i P ay night.,
Leglslsture tprpess Appreflation.
eLt Pasml, -taU., April 17.-IR view
of the lawachin of the steMamfel Min-
nesota. at Iew tIondon, Conin., a kesolu-
tion wae adopted1 by the legislature to.
d1 einbodying the following tr!egraje
,Id @h .w a ae nt to Jak i J; -t I ,, at
New Ldonon, Conn., the sae ne of the
latiching: "The legiala lrt of the
'atate of MiNnesota expresses Its appre.
atlou.on of the honor doeno thIs stae i14n
the n~alng .of your new .teamship an exteads tta searty onratulatl.on ol
thlU. rather .viden.ce of yo0Ur enterprse
In developing the co.r.eTte of t d
iutmntry.: ::
Pt Fir. CaIlmed Two. Livet.
unctione HIollow hotel fire ( <4
rspomsible for the loss of two llve
\wtad' of om4oias reported. Th a
einewated renzalz of another b
John $l1d4)o wia toWad this 0wtoo tI


All committees are requepte4,g& '
sult with Superintendent eGialts
East Florida Seminary on all-"'
which he might be interested,
'decided to hold the festiMvitl
Wednesday and Thurgday ngitg M,
27 and 28. The banquet will be 4I41
on Wednesday night, to be followed
the ball Thursday eveing .
As will be noted by the appo'i$
ments, the committees 'alre,. ol
of the most active young meon
association, and the festivi~ij$.1Wi(
doubt prove a great sBuc e%,is-h
ways. been the case. Ti'rh ppl4
will be selected from the.,ass, qIlIo
and a point of 91oquence'. wll,. be tl
flrst consideration. There! is a. 4i
very able material to be ound :ilil
association, as has been formerly.de ll
oiittrated. "
The committees, prompted: wisih
desire to make .this one of, the i
successful conventions tb.~ leves
ever held, went to "work imme4~i
on the respective duties au-igi"pt
them. ",

For liver troubles and coenstIop
There's npthing better ince &t
Than Little Early'.Riersi, the.
They always -. eeffoctu. 'a l an sha
doctor bhiIs. '
Little early risers are different
all other pills. They' do .'nbt'
the system, but aoct at a tone to'
tissUeS by arousing .the aeMot40ii
restoring the liver to the Ofll per
aiue. of its functions natmura"li .'
ford a~d4 McOolluim.
RETURNS FROM ABROAOi

Mrs. Brewer Brought Sou~enlis
S. Visit to South Americ.i
After an absence of several mo,0th
'ottna visit to 'her husband in St
Ametioawho is.. engaged in.iralri
engineering,' Mrs. VW. T. Brewet t6
Wayoros, Ga,.,. has returned to thi
city and will be the guest of her ls. ~
Mrs,. Annie Brown., for he next ~.~'l
weeks. ... '* .
Mrs. Brewer.while absent made ille
bestof 'her tim<,so:tqspeak, 8.he eon,
joyed her trip and sojou nmensely'
and' collected a large ", er
.curio -of that country wh"~i,
'Worth. preserving. She spea.s.a.
eatingly of the stay in South Amisi.4
'axudJa a' 'most im'.prnssive orlanner h0'
.)tesWa little history of every ;reli*obe
.prised enough to retain. :
Mrs. Brewer was herte..for, several
dais prior to her departure for'Soutt B
Amerie and made friends who '~l
glady Welcome he r' agai
Good for Children .
The 'pleasant t take ..and harieis
U.i MitIte Cough Cure. giv. timtne-
tdiate rftlidT Ia all. cases ot1oo group r
sad Is grippe because it dos not. pesoS
.tin daitely i1to' the stomach, *but ...
et ght a he seat of the "

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