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

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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).

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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:
UF00079930:00830

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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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giLo6st VANHair STATES A ITORY

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Al 'AtCCET AT SAW MILL : s ^c $eM sL I b A CApAj0 :f. APPo01TMEIN T MADE FRIDAY

s p S ir of e Aoey H to do There Were Severl Apirats fo the
oftfi .. dw -n s ,...u cl e 4 4ieu- PositioinnTwom t of Whm t ein
.. ....ew=i .ig .iw eees a n of yun t '- y o a e G, ainesvic e-A Cloi. ShowIown Be-
t gi testosai oa".it T ,e e. o zd tweenDavis and Cahoua.
AfeMy7-AbkTb* o o( r c.ece t casgkr From Our Spee correpone)
e.:szepea a ot f, airsbe.o e s .thicc r, T aa a ss.eM&y7- J.T Wi fs, gay pTallahassee, Ma 8.-Friday may be
pt while atie Ce L ta oge, *Soft, 'and C a r iE attorney o *Srk, ow ra to p pd thick Cisey- termed an unlocky day, tbtt yit was a
a4 wreotmair. The a3ntpp.rt- haS Ad o be S apMted Judge of the ne w- pesc od through vs ad axte, most fortunate one for Ho Benj.
y ct dsIsreat* Eiihs;diaeLr 1t It *i nrnvme dw ry^ orug r.e ar ptnam Calhun, the bril t aor-

all Ikat we. u siIh's. ,ve thee .r.
S-s4la sat fefty-4r do-| tiOn S rls B tatBu into eigit judicial it. | n im4ey irco. attorney for the paewly created Eighth
siAs ilve'r an#C4 otwis;oco ra&iiTly a young I y1 & -e S*yecn me t rno judicial circuit. jhere were mliy as-
-te rfHe- got a witL& M- LA*a et man.b eimg only boot for-five years' D". e .d pirans, for this position, a.on, bom
dawer aM- er.w t anp to date, ... .t r. ..m s ., _r. of a o H.e is coa der4 a man o. SwBmpRt the great kiney r were Robt. E. Davs and y
St 1e ..t apro*eaiwnai ability, being oe of sn reazed. i .ae.s the highest fk.r its of GainersvHie. The chaoees yester-
J: ipgh & S met wi a 1 ,the mest briliAte; rand.. suessful .t- i Voderfj s of the tresag cases day appeared to be evenly divided te-
a. their aew it o-the Ste ,e recei edthe t teen Messrs. Calhoun and Pai bt
2 ; o" o' y t-aiday Tlh maH a S askian i git firt ra. *>zMn eti g tion, two of itheateas .lawyers in kFlor-w e You may hae.. a wth the result that the appointment
Sw sg ea t rops Greatly Damagd b rth id havin.tbsg been his y efoPopestitoro for( p fp be bo y a rl y Teeomeat s.we. f was announced today.
,Jo one isJlredS. Mr. Sbtp- thepoition, and U e to. be.. cop "t The Senate onfrmed the appoin-
"ean aedred A new engine as once and Ja y. W. aed t Wfrtieds. He s native of| .ti 5 of both Col., J. T. Wills of
wii 'belaler maet before filed his ralr ppo e a Briadord towity an4 has for many & C.., B amso, N. Y. S tarke and Col. hou, as circuit
We IwadE B it teaigew. "fdy. years enjoyed a nost Ierative pra. on make any mistake, but rem judge and proecutg attorney, re-
Am -Tiesewn1tof MepfisW.e T He p esIee to elegant mos tbi s b er the name Swamp-Root, Dr.Kil- peetively, i eetie session y
.s .IsisiI er s tin Mrs. Dr. ealeAll those wo donWt orn. out to0 bear 1 is annouaneed ateas the redistrict- edr's t wamp-Boo, and the address Few lawyers are better knowir in
Vide. .wfS f o id h min lko. g of the State w'Il be- made at onee, Bibgh. n, 3 Y .on every bott.le. Florida than Benj. Putnam Cahoenm
piofunewm A e rts toedw P*a Homer Love an'.d Mi A 'tFolks of and that w Honor Jode Wills i r He isa on of South Carolina, and is
f Ary r r MW Xlt. M.oftW.. ., H preside at Aeeomiang )spring.iei i TeE NeEWS FROM PAlMER etom noble ag sstors. being. grandson.
She lekttwin+ .e v and "d "n W -iH Atn-eest
.'. a Ie $le.els besides eyrei derson ofRroos 'ere htre Sonday, e.of the eirit eor, hih will eon- of Hon.John C Catibou, deieased.
gjasn. Bar remai s were bo ad tedue S I s- e in T this citynext Tuesdy, Dgtfut Birthday Party Tendered He?,ya for many years a law partner
ti g.Os wsfee n ar sove Ais vFamis- aiH4 Out. TWo iitle irs-Other isi. tr Hon. Robt. W. Davis. and i oe of
fehas o t t ad- ti fe r re.e M the Congressman's closest friends
,e:a on eage e e in a aort time ago .completely l and her sster, Mrs. Eason, have e e has alays bee a
.3e1 ds aw ad or he double op with rheumatist. I hand- arrived at Palmer from Washington, having been victorious in a n
e;.t cd w 4r eiaying the ,ir- v. tingn its s .ed him a botte oflhaberli' Panm D. A e ten poeion of the tbe most prominent eases in the
m" A Wl m wake a ttenis o .0. irt is vg h oseBan and told him tose it freely and Denison homestead, expecting to Spring Ailments.
'ol wto l titl1digh oepl thefoh y de- It re. 1e a b A t aitgif not satisfied after using it be need make their tre home in hi local There is an aching and tired feef
d perf Kelt Whaey n"tterman by sh aern of Frank Not t1o nat pay a cent for it," says C. P Itay- iy. Their eatad of furrniture, tie- the liver, bowels and kidneys
withMrL .hia. d Mm. Kell HArreyi. ad i--hb ti oder\of Pattens MillH, N. Y. "A few played en rote some ie or six weeks, sluggish and inetin e, the dige
r!idenslt of Archer but now o Pns aywith him a whidays later healked ino the store as 4id at last make its appearance mi impaired, with little or no appeti
go weie visitorsto Mrs. S.C The erop arebadly damaged here raihts a sring apd h e me ambition for anyth and t
They '- m L he -ir^- way home, hav.inqg from dry weather S-mec otton is dollar. sAyit,"i, ivei me another bottle ry fai t o Mrs. a i f a a a f
r. y .0Me tdheire ay home, hay e n aud o be pla ted rs ambt rin-s Pain M m. want Deisis and Mrs. Eaton hare many that the whole body and mind
o some time itit in h boose all th timefor it cured friends here who welcome them toning up. The trouble is, th
O riea+s h (M~k~li. tttt,- The cor crop is very poor and ,
iiO s ad ob ,e Te orn crop ery poor and e. For sale by all druggiss and warmly. ing winter, there has been an
e o t d failure medicine copaie. MrGodspeed of Chicago and mis lation of waste matter the
I ivey t ayo tewbld, oaseles A lttl Eary Riser BEVtLE IS OUT AGAIN. Anna Bevill of Arredondo are visitors IHerbine will remove it, secure to t
an d botsiof a man of average size Now ard then at bedtime will core at Palmer this week ecretions a right exit, and by ite toae
le two pounds of w.rnit tisse. icoristipation, bitiousiess and liver Lad Who Received PistolWound Has Little Hallie Taylor and Catharine effect, fully restore the wasted tissues
fTh ie st*e cannot He repkenishd and Wtrot 1ti. DeWita's Litte ay Recoered. Bagaley were given a charming birth and give 'ftrengtn place of weakne
tbhih h ard strength kept up with. Risers are theb famous Ilitti pilhUA that Bev. Bevilll .the'14-year-old W4 who day party by Mr. and Mrs. George at Johnson Brt
t perfect digestion n. When the sure by arousing the secretions, mo' wais t iesr of the accidental dis- Taylor on the afternoon of the 6th Alderman Cushman Was There
'stomia form theirfunc ioni, the strength aid giving uch tone d stret'ntl to -iffii;enaly recovered to comeupon the their kind host and hstess did every- of t be City Council Tihrsday The San
S: down, health giovs way, and dits the- sans of t hee ornach iod rr str e ris agaie and yesterday depart e thing to insure a good time for the, omitted to mention the presence of
ease W ts up. Kxodal I Oyfp-14(re that h s t or H pr-ngs, where he will l it little folks. The grounds looked quite Alderman Cushmirn who was there
Itt (tie -tomac an digest ithe gy a! r 'eilel the -b(4a erly s-e inf thirma
pa to digest arid as#eniatnee ald of titonuid for a few days, ,there will sid fe u h ns unet, r t1s. Florence asot. rfor a festv'e with thr e gay May polentinu-ey a large maoriy." Alderman
lSi rome wdr n that may b narn ret nt of ]h c.plain or- t dy fw dayb. s|n tent with flags, the eroqueth, the aCushman. wntro.duced the resolution
smna-(6 Athat, tay 1)44,turn of the cila Y f xd ayI.n
l'to the kindeof hilxld :hat rebuiads their i AKito'rd & M tCo n p t csirpedn-gtaincts of the accident t dancing children, the music and merry which was paiss-d by the Cianeil, and
telreas and protcs' the health adi Delays in Transportawiot n rhe youJd mr r will be readily remem- games. Loands of delicious cake and naturally votd for its passage.
s trgngth of li thlmid and a py. Ko- d, dhurd The pistoll well from hi ocet variety and quantities of ice cream ---
461 cures indigt ioitn, dyarpey pseadand' Wi. o ,lhardtstn, of1atn eof .t. f thernted'he'insth fell from hisipocketv,[A yael nd qtotr it. N nreamwt For Those Who L o ..
a rus 1 ; I -aid' al th tic ce rs and was dise arged the ball entering completed a joyouseafterno-e that will orBThose Who I .on ars.
: i tosi caka hoeiei hr the f ihtr l. is above left hip. The ball was long be remembered. f- e ,a, 1.. write: I
Sry. rlete -sda t darsig located and- is still imbedded in havo used Balward's Snow Liniment;
WAL OO HAPPErNINGS geat Thriany pM~.ic- atrdi st the patient, but he states that he tex- GREATLY ALARMED n always reo r:mnd it .tso my friends, as
-Printing Plant Has Been Sold and Will pai f the tardii of the trans-p teri ees ito inconvenience from the 8y a Persistent Gough, but Perma- It i' a dandy fbr bunhe wh
ba Moved to Fernandina-Personal. portation companies in getting ship--i nently Cured by Chamberlain's lve ou far- 'u are l ct y liable
iuenta to market. He has lost a great Cures When Doctors Fail. Cough Remedy. many see dJnmal cut?. Dura ad
Waldo, May 7.-Will Green-Smith deal on account of these delays. and Mrs. Frank Chinsson, Patterson, La., Mr. H. P. Btarbage, a student at law bruises, whch teal rapidly when B^ a
t gone tlouduras totak alucra. sathat there is no redress for the writes Jane Sth, 1901 kw -I had malara in Greenville, s. C., had been troubled sod ys Pin th h f
ve position as engineer, and tele- consigfnor. Hie t'i've's a bill should fevTer in very bad form, was under for fouror fiTC years with a rontdInu aset of emJergency. :ac, a, c and -.I
Si,'aphe from Nes (rlwans that he was te introduced in ite Lgislat re corn- treatment by doctors, but a. soon as I ous cough which he says, "greatly ai Johnson Bros.
S"A right that far. selling transportation o'mPOies to stopped taking rheirmedicine the fever alarmed me, causing me to fear that I N 'TICE OF ST'5KHOLDFZs MERTaeS


heeldot y earleyd te co,,,ord i o eured me. I feel grateful to you for lain's Cough Remedy advertised, eon- conpare wui ben the city of A2-
1B ^was it otaea com.peld to stand hrhishing 'such a splendid medicine, eluded to try it. Now read what he !. :. .e 0 4-ei.S.t S'o
Miss Saie outertr has removed to profits of his lhardl-'arn'erl S.ixir. but and can honestly r)cimmend it to says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable a- .the sue of ie c^worac for ttoey

l.;%:.l,,tet~r, Mrs. Irwin. .. *does uippier an tinjuftic.' an.d w i I 'surely core thenm ierbitne. fAt bol- I twnty-five cent si^, was prIan j amendments to the 3J. I. Wilkinson is snffering from H leve Mr, Ricihnrdso>, is correct. tie at Johnson Bros. tetent y-redc" sizd by al d l reance ea e


: rrible rising on his arm. From a CatScratch DEATH OF COL. VOUGH. and medc. e companies. be T aetei. t t er
S D. L. Branrinig has sold his printing f Subway Workers. r .
otftt to It. I. Detifleld of Ferntndi- t) ti' arm, to the w.r.st sort or a Passed Away at His. Home iot New cJr- .. v T.he: 4-vy ore- r---s. rT : e on o- for te ensudtso
Ll *and It is being prepared forhip- Lurn, sort' or i, l,. e', i' W.tch *il y Friday Morning. it4 0r- : ::: ping., Our towi is therefore without azi Salve is ,)ick ar. In buying The sad information of thedeath of t.,. o Re.kmen's and J a i e
newspaper. Wi teh cln ', salvSi', .. P'carti 'Iltr to Col. c-. E-: Vorugh, which occurred at I x-''avta:;' a:. irTrrd intol effect aS.
There will be a representatitaw frmun t )'\itt 'st ii t'h salv- that his home in Phtllipsburg, N. J., reach- ''- t m ags iasght i t tCE oF APPIcAT'iN oR TA
here.to atternld the Sa Jone's lectur, c 'r l, t,,u c'i ed this city yesterday, with tlhe result 'adn bfo re i | tS.CI N c A.
Tuesday night i Gaiesville. protruding piles Sold by B difurd that his frtinds were in gloom during .a ai.itt,.. to the sut j .."
The Waldo boys are .ore over their tlCoHlum. tie day. a 'r l eIe) Ita No ., ,
seierb baseball drwhbiug at Livre Oak- Card Fronm Cemetery Association. Cl. Vogh has been a regular win- 7 t ad'"i t I:iI
id tthibutel their defeat to having In f ture in granting p('rmiit s for lot+ ter visitor to Florid t for many year, e tb-se strikes to .......
hiem.d nofesakiontnl layve-r to '*out ... a alwv .s made Gainesville his head- -..
.r, ,. -. d.L. eer ona. .--i' 'r"''"soi ia


with' .
ThEr wias a baptism in the canal and
aotherin lthe Methodist church Son-

A 0O. eBookhaAl has sold out his livery
b^l^:flO5StW. ,,


The X-Rayt .
.teftit experiments by practical
d exaination with the aid of
a fact that

Sti It h that it 'eulij -ro ni rI
tasoks of iwdltiot. "How.
i MInd ktS ? Kodof
Sre Iu and
BII4 4 .^


4tx htie country thoe cah will have to
accompany the rIeqU't for all such
permits granted. The awssocintion wat;
obliged to make thI aiibov t ruling, ai
they h have a troubl il collect in
where credit hias b,'ei give'nn and hiav
caused some to take offense in try i
to collectt atie,. No exeeptiouns ill b
made to the above.
E R.RORit. CMH T .VS'N
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Whislow' Soothing bSyrup has
been used by thildrn whUe teethihg.
ft oothi14thee ohil, softens the. gums,

i b

qnarteras. He was. well acquainted
throughout this section, and will be
greatly m sed by, those who have been
accustomed to associate with him,
The cause (tf Col. Vough's death was
ty'-oid pne-umonia..
World W-ip Reputation.
\Vhiteiis Creai VYerixiifuge has
achieved & world wide reputation as
tbs'ing the beat of all worm destroyers
and for its tonik tiafloence on weak and
unthrifty tbildren, as it neutralize the
acidity or stutness of the stomach, im-
proTve their d4iat0&o4 an4 SiSmil,-
tione food, slt k*e their newrous
?ytt-hit and rwtonra theti to the


S. or- t tro i.-al o tbthe whcl.? i .u Lot a '. '
body of smrik a Itla-tana are. settle ..e.., a t.at e tin
that baa kept the subway workers i .
doubt as to what to do. st t q- '-; la... ew n a '
Too Great a Risk., .
In almost every neighborhood Bomre.! '. Ar.
one hai died frob an attack of ,olic or k v .*..CD sIo .'"
cholera morbwtt often beforefl'-edicine i "' S Wmemw. mre a .s
could be procured oi0 9phys an sunq roScr
moned. A reliable remedyM for t he.e Aei ,t Itht, 0 a o. .
disease should be kept a hand. The a ~, J4. .otl ,, ,.:..e...
risk- i 100b. for any .ne to take. eity or rn
*oleCl, bolera sad l NM01to --wa.
ha rb Ult l... 'L a ., Lr ,e- it b anm t e e a kd
siaedM llSi. e e at r- 7it a .'sm el


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w, Peter Geo.'T1yl rofP in the E OF LEGI6LATU-lj
PBBB Hefll in ofe eteyd yteas' theo tevity ors ;'i i eed ; Nothineg of Unuhual h t"terest Traf -
inK i e the Fourth dioitser OA N W If .

tity 4Woredays ..e rt prominent E;. Ko Ahdeison of High tyrygsfe triot has inatrodued a bill in. the Sen,
..te tr Gl, o.tn les operator 't anN t came v to ats among the visitors tow this hty yesoer- wh i o interest Ct telegraph Hohn ande otent, of 2.

d by zr Reporters.p A issoeiason., M. Enteza., the eigar manufacturer tion se t of
..io. 226 ofsub-chapter 8. cle 4, -o ..

Ar ITM ev. r P,.Crane returned yesterday of Waldo, was transacting business in th Laws*of Florida, entitlW an act ... W A F O
AL A 0IAL ITEMS fro Pala he hs bee on a brief this city yesterday. *" "' peciaiproviiotn for .telegraph corn- THE HOUSE WS A FINE ONE
visit to friends. Dr. Crane was for Mrs. J. Wilams and ..children re- paies to occupy roads" to read as "
ats appe.Vnand W s i years pastor of'the First Pr esby turned yesterday from ldo, where follow: T Loss Was Several Thu Dol

na Told Sho Paaga hs terlan church of that city, and is aT' they have been visiting friends for ^be "Section 22.56. To Gocupy Roads- lars, Partially Coered by Insurance.
SId n rtPaaas a w ome visitor. past week.; \ Any telegraph conrpany chartered by Blaze Discovered in Early, Mor .g.

SThat Who Rurs May Rad JN. Craig, the efficient agent of the James Rarley of Tampa, a piano and this or another Stfite, or any individual Origin of Fire Unknown.
It i The Sun Atlantie Coast Line at Micanopy, was orgn tuner, is in the city for a few operating, tr desiing to operate a

ro Fri4z' Dafty An among the visitors to this city yester- days, the guest of T. A. Jones, South telegraph line or lines in this State, Information has reached thi city
n i ity yesterday. bean, peppers and cucumbers from W. A. Jones is located at elamy tures for telegraph purposes on or be- Howell, one of the finest in 4e
rand Mrs.Chain. cCaulhy o thet point heavy at this. season. temporarily, where he has a wood con- side any public road or highway,. so, togethor w
t were shopping it at A. E r has returned tract with the ainesile and ulf howevr, that the same no be was burned th ground t eary
1seray from Micanopy, Tacoma eand other railway. He will continue his market set so as to obstruct or to interfere hour yesterday morning Theflire was
yeterday.W pints,'where he has been on business ith the common uses of said road or discove.red about 2:30 o'clock in the
C ap A...W, g Tobert of Arrfedon- fr the past few days. The Captain siness in this y. highway." morning, and before assistance could
do mong thoe who viitd the sates that he wAs surprised to find the sheriff Fennell went yesterday to The change in the law prposes to rrve the flames were beyond con-
ity yesterday. orange groves In such a thrifty condi- Dutton, where he took to the county che ang inthe ..la oripos. trol a th f

..fter a .brief visit to his family in tion, for which he feels very grateful, convict camp one Ed Morea, convicted atorBlouinclude any indivitrodualeor individualsubti. The rol.sidence was comparatively a
this city Chas. V. McQueen returned He intimates that he may again be- in Justice Bexley's cort at High tut fr the bill to define the grades of -w one, having about two years ago
to Lexington yesterday. come a cioizen of Alachua county at an Sprngs for larceny. instruction which shall be taaught in been virtually rebuilt. The loss in-
Mrs. Alice Howard and son, Jamnes, early date, as he anticipates returning W. M. Smart, who has been resid- the uniform public schoolsof the State, volves several thousand dollars, in-
S of J1nasville, were among those who with his family from Jacksonville, ing in this cityy for the past few which was advanced to the third read- eluding the furnishings, which is par-
:favored Gainesvillewith a visit yes- where he has been residing for the past months, has accepted a position, at ng. The substitute eliminates the tially covered by insurance.
terday, two years. He has many friends in Bellamy, and has removed with his State high school inspector features The origin of the fire is unknown.
Thomas Johnson, William Phillips this section whd would gladly welcome family to that place. which is opposed by the county school Houe bill No
1i? and Vernon Chitty were among the his return. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Allion of Gulf superintendents. Huse ,bill No. 478 of the Laws of
1 *Micanopy people who visited this city If nature was as kind to Honmer Hammock were among the visitors to Senator Wilson of the Fourth intro- ion 1. of chapter 4b78 of the Laws of
S Wednesday, Brown within the bouhdary of a ten- 0ainesville yesterday. Mr. Allion 'is duced a bill to repeal chapter 4857, Florid a, the same beingof counties to pro-
S 3 F. Canova of Lake City and apt. acre field as it has been on one hll of manager of the Gulf ammock Fibr Laws of Forida, relating the incor- school districts and the elein bien

S O. A. Neel, the phosphate miner of cucumbers, Honimer would soon bea rich Company, and is enjoying a successful portion of the Farmers' Mutual In- ,ay of strtsan trustees, and to
; Hines, were registered at the Brown man-that is, if cudnbers were business, surance Association. prescribe their duties and powers
eprescrrbe their duties and powers, arid.
House yesterday. worth much in the market. He is one Harry L. Jarvis an D. B. Morris Under consideration of bills upon for levying, collecting and disbUtsing
C'.. W. Wellsof Alachua, E.J. Smith of the most successful truckers in thin have returned from Atlanta, where their third reading the Senate passed district school taxes referred to thsb
of High Springs and J. W. Williams of section, owning a farm in Owning a. they have been attending a dental col- by a vote of 28 to 2, the high school committee on education
Wade were among the visitors to Lane, He hat an excellent~.tract of lege. They expect to remain here bill providing grades of instruction x-i-eed ato
'u "lle ytrdy numbers coprietn ten acres, and during vacation, which will be about under the uniform system. THE NEWS FROM MICANOPY.
S' r w brought to this city yesterday acurioa- four months. Senator Harris secured the passage -
a :aWalktr Turner iof Nottleton and W. ty i th form of three well de eloped ev. Mr Hubert of Lake City, man- of a bill to authorize the closing of Carolina House Has Changed Hthnds.
Sackson of ak Viw were amo us growing upon ie sten hold the Sam oes leure es- ertain streets and alleys in the city of Growers Receiving Good Prics. -
si lter c i thi condition hsae prevailed trough- day night, wired yesterday that the Key West. Immediate action was Micanopy, May 8.-J. Ht Moffattiand
i out his tract it Would have bee equal rates of admission had been. reduced necessary, in order to permit the navy family have, moved into the Katz
Hon. Henry S hb, reive o to thirty es ofuket theprice of as follows Children'' 25 cents, adults department to mak6 certain ,improve- house on Seminary street.
.the Uted States land oice. has re ivatngte, 0 c reserved eats 25 centsxtra. m t A. Lampaid Gaineville a visit
": turned from a trip to Orlando and oth- DFo w rr 50 cents, reserved Senator MacWilliam' 'bill to ex- lastA week t ea
orangenba In South lorida. such a th~un tS orc pi billude to 'o- i-ls.t .
.ter po s in Su F lorda Eugene ls o akelan is in t of W tend the time for two for con apt. George Lyons has been spend-
city. He isgue t of the .ily of son te eec firee aa stof pleting th canal of the Florida Coast ing a few days with friends here dur-
S engineers oT th Dutton Phophate A. W Thoas / e Gainesville ire department 'has Line Canal and Transportation Corn- ing his vacation. t

Saeny at Early Bird, was among W oarof the Armo a undergone a thoroughoverhauling, ad pany, and to preserve aind continue Allison & Morton are shipping quite
he tors to this it dy r t th the grants of lands to id in its con- a lot of nice lmber from their mill

ti ty mes eayf apIll at h the Manate river, whre he expects it has ever been. Mr. Anderson Mrhas a m made' a e prehn ll men and lw
to ofcie anedtenlay. his to remain unoil Monday. btituted copper fo iron wir in the met of the work of the canal ll.
S lo. o ar renewed d a lne o nsubsrp- a A. W. Thomas has returned front boxes, and has also fastened the boxes utnmny Hbi sre of heaev M As Clots of Gainesvillel
ctio., zens of himt setione o t dTallahassee, where he has been on a seurely to the poles. The substit- company rat re morning and evening at the
i.,i-iT enext hu se 'tiong f brief visit to his sorn R. A. Thomas, tion of wire has made a big improve- tiated by Senatr Dimick of Dade Baptist church here Sunday.
Thet rt la tl e of the assistant lerks the Leg- sent and in future no trouble is an- outy The bill was passed by a ev. W. S. Milne filled his regular
ittrt of 'florida will be held at islature. the alarms. Among bills which' failed to pass on uin church
S Ocala House in Qeala on Mfay 27, 1908. John Videon of Archer and Zachary From Sunday's Daily Sun: their third reading were the following: terian church..
-d,:. E. W vl.cnl, M. D., Secretary. v Smallwood of Otter Creek wore in the T.R. Oder of Bell was among the Senate bill for the regulation of the ievi cihrn Sud services an the
R^ R. M. Obambrlain of Tacoma was city for a few hours yesterday. They visitors to this city yesterday. sales of stocks of goods in bulk, and l piacopclcurch tonday morning so
'. the ciy Wednesday. Ho states were en route to Oala, where they had A. R. Reynolds of Ocala was In the prescribing a penalty for certain viola- all ha, chnc to go to preaching
t. his section was visited by a re- been called on legal business, city yesterday and made The Sun an tions thereof., he r
Srhi' t g rai) Tuesday night which will E. Wainwright of the United agreeable call. IHouse bill to amend section 2 of Bthe pfriors are feeling happy over
S prove a g0.od thing for the crops, both States land office has returned from A. 8. McLendon and E. J, Smith of chapter 4740 of the Laws of Florida, bea crois. they are getting for their
truck and staple. Pensacol, where he went a few days HlaighSprings were- among the visitors the same being an"act entitled an act eaermelons f welne mybann toupesy anl
W W. Geigr ,of Micanopy, who ngo as custodian of thM records of the to this city yesterday. to amend sections 831 and 432 of the make mone yet
owns extensive roil estate interests in ofillo.e, which wore required as evidence Homer Love of Newtown wa trans- revised statutes of Florida, relating to J.R. Allison has rented the Carolina
Sthis lt'y, was looking after his proper- in the United States court, acting business in this city yesterday. dentists, approved June 3, 1899. louse from J. H Moffatt ad moved
S ties her yesterday. Mr. GeigNr is also Rev. John Gray, Dr. N. D. Phillips He is a successful mill operator of that House memorial toCongress relating into it the first of this month.
an extensive stock manth, and owns a and Col. W. W. Hampton returned place. to the issuance of United States li-
Shandsono farm at Shiloh, near Mica- last night from Jacksonville, where Hilton 8. Ilampton, formerly of this cense for the sale of alcoholic liquors Circuit Court Will Convene.
nope they have been in' attendance at the city but now a sucoeasful young attor- in counties and district where the The spring term of the circuit court
M. L. Moore, the naval stores oP'wr- Diocesan council. They report a most ney of Tampa, is spending a short time same is prohibited by State law, of Alachua county will convene Tues-
ator at ochello and Grove Park, was successful and enjoyable meeting, with relatives here. His friends were in the House. day of the present week. This session,
mong the visitor to this city ystor M arih P ish of Waldo i in glad to welcoe him The house spent one-half of the will at first see peculiar to the
S 4.y. He.;tnon the etig oe Noa the city viapltiig her granddaughter The ladies comprising the delegation afternoon sesson in discussion of Mr. Gainesville bar and those who might be .
S Stores Assoe meeation g of the Navald Mrs. A. Thomas. he is prob- rom Kirby Smth Chapter, U. D. C., Watson' game bill. This measure has termed court house lobbyists, as the
1tray oYe ably the oldest resident in tho county, at the State convention in Madison, to- been printed, and its provisions are familiar countenance and pleasant
S terday. being about ninety years of ae. She gether with others who attended the similar to the present law, except that manner of His Honor Judge Bullock
1 H. Poleman, tho mill mi of Archer, remenbors distinctly LaFayette's last convention from this city, returned to it provides that no deer shall be killed will be marred by their absentee. The
S was among those who visited Gaines- visit, which ooourred about 1825. She their homes yesterday. in October, and that no quail shall be newly appointed judge, Col. J. T.
l.: e .e.. y lsterday.n states n that, not- was then a school girl fohrt oin years JE. E DeBoso of Dutton, one of The sold outside of the county in which Wills, will preside, however, andjudg-
W ithatanding ti demand for hi pro- f ag. Notwithstandingl tht the Sun's valued subscribers, was a visitor they may he killed. The bill was ing from what is said of him by his
edut is great, h has been compelled lady is advwed in years; she is quite to the city yesterday. He called at amended and ordered engrossed for its friends, it will not require a great
to shut down his plant on acoun of active, and a vory interesting conver- this office and renewed his subscrip- third reading, length of time for hian to get in ,har-
J the sCarcity of ars, as he eannomt ship stinaliast tio"n. Mr. elose is one of the sue- Senator Crows' bill, to prescribe mony with time bar and the people.


is owll of ih Sprinssl farmers of the tton scto the compensation to ne paid jurors oe newly appointed prosecuting at-
SCapt. George M. Lyneh of this ity visitor to thi city yesterday He is )ivision Superintendent Ford and and witnesses on behalf of the State torney, Hon. BInj. Putnam Calhoun
is In receipt of a lengthy and interest- one of the most prominent and se- Division Trainmaater Parham of the in courts of county judges and justices of Palatka, will also probably be pres-
I4 ^ ing letter from-his frle*nd, Lieutenant oesful young business tamenn of that Atlantic Coast Line departed yesterday of the peace and jurors in coroners' ent in his official capacity at this term,
Roloand.S. Pike, who is now stationed y, besides being a prosperous for Savannah, where they will assist in inquests, was passed. This bill in- although the term of Col. Carter does
,."''.., at noeavmnworthd beside. being a psrospe hit
at Latvnworth, Ka. He tate that merchant is conmuected with many the arrangement .of a new schedule, creases the per diem from 60 cents to nut expire before June. Col. Calhoun
he had tihe pleare of meeting Col. other industries for the u pbuikling of which, it is understood, will go into $1. Senator Crews has worked upon needs no introduction to the people of
Wagener and Capt, UMorton, formerly his town. 'rincipal among thee is effect next Suiiday, this measure all the session, and feels Gainesville, as he has been practicing
officers of East Florida Seminarii here. his interest in the High Sprinus Fleec- Miss Nina oRwe,,who opened a dane- that he has won a victory for the poor in the courts of Alachua county for
They speak in the highest terms of trick Light and Ice Company,.whieh he ing class in this city a few days ago, is people who are compelled to travel many years. Hie has figured i uni -
Gatnesvillo and her people, and of declares is going to prove one of the meeting with remarkable success. long distances at a great loss to them- ber of the most important cases
S iasnt Florida Seminiary. Lieutenant most profitable investments in the Miss Rowe is very popular among the selves in serving their counties, brought to trial in this county, and
'Pike will graduate from the staff col- State He is a member of thi! build young people here. She conducted a The Senate bill to except newspa- recognized as a man of great atbility in
legeat LeavensworLh in June of the ing committee, and states that work class here two years ago, -turning -ut pers from the operation of the Sunday a professional way, ?
present sence of o th building of the plant is pro- many graceful devotees of the Terpi- laws of the State, which seeks to re- Photograph Social. ..
Afterwabn a gssig nicely. The luachinery for chorean art. MisS Rowe's class this lieve the situation in Pensacola, was TheLadies'AidSocit fth
gseer Gorg of the Atlanti the ice plant was ordered several days season numbers about thirty, and con- passed. bhagaph at te h ef-
CoastwLinen has rsumtied his duties be- ago. It is expected on or before the venes at the opera house on Tuesday A number of bills were considered byterian church at Micanopy will have
Stwee-n High Springs, Micanopy and lst prox,, and immediately upon its and Thursday evenings, upon their second reading. M photograph social at the home o
Citrm. George .is greatly impressed arrival will be placediin position. It Rev. L. W. Colson, formerly of this Among other bills introduced in the Mrs. J. W. Car Tuesday, the 12t
: with the air-or something else around will be of ten tons capacity, amd wil county but now a pastor of the South House were two by Mr. Rivers, as fol inst, when a pleasant and happy even.
Mioanopy, and says tV the flest lace be one of the most modern plants in Georgia Methodist Conference; now lows: is ro
1'i the world. He always spends his the South. filling an appointment at Shellmaa, House bill No. $75, to provide for charge for admission. Sherbet, ice
Vetions the, which la evidence ." (Is., after a pleo&ant visit to relatives the assessment of bonds, notes or cream and cake will be sold on behafl
$ O there something attractive, and You Know What You Are Taking in this city, departed yette-daiy -lr other evidence of indebtedness se- of the nanse fund.
S the evidence more convincing' when yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill Alachna, whire hewill fill the pulpit cured by mortgage and the property To Cure a m One Dy
|nftially humiming a asog of Tonio, beoausethe fonula is plainly of the Methodist hb today From on which the nm tgag.s a lien, and to ake Laxative Bmmo ine Tat, .
s yi'omposito i, the title o printed on every bottle showingthat it Alachua he will proceed to his Georgia provide for the coleetiotirf --such AI druggists refund the moneyif
ri. ends ddlate.Ip "Let Me ileiamply Iron aid QuinLUe In. a taste- home. The triends otf Mr. Colonwer taes; fed to the oommnitte on fails to i u- w.
i. .... O .... n y" 3w. form. No or., No Pay. 50e. glad to welcome him to his old home. gener, l legitltio~ isomn L'hb G e i n
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TAN'S IhOOPS

SOEFEATEO 'Y REBELS

Sttle a'e For Ten HOUrs
ear Fes.
OTH 1.DES 'LOST HEAVILY.'
'" : titone of the Imperial Forces .Were
Oaken by the Insurgerit Together
With All Their Tents and Much
Looting Was Done. '
'Melila, Morocco, May 8.-The reb-
tli. have defeated the imperial forces
ftter ten hours' fighting neat PFez and
.f tve captured the positions held by the
p!iatan's troops, all their tents. and
'ucah loot.
Both sidae lost heavily. The rebels
moat messengers to the pretender ask.
SiBg for reinforcements a they were
O unable to withstand a further attack.
, The re-enforcements, however, were
s t sent.
CLAIMS $50,000 DAMAGES.
SAmerican Charges False Imprisonment


Against Venezuela. I, i. :scriplions, particularly plates, has con. off stock at any time after May 1,
: .lveistraw, N. Y., May 8-Har:y B. trlbuted to the waiting attitude of 1928, subject to six months' notice.
fills, of this place has made a formal many buyers. Meantime there is fiot The installments on stock are payable
1 l4m for $50,000 against the govern- a little difficulty In estIAtIting the re- as follows:
|i';.nnt 0rt Venezuela for false imprison, latiou of. production and consumption. Three per cent payable on applica.
'| ;W9t apd detention at Marmealbo. Labor questions have introduced an eL tion; 7 per cent May 22 and the bal.
S'-"- Bullis was in charge of the elec- vment of ..uncertainty. Securities have! ance to be distributed from 'June to
: tric eight station at Maracalbo in May, declined for several months; pig yron December; the ,lnetallments may be
S'100 There was -an active revolu- has declined; and in finished material, paid in full May 22, under a discount
ti n -ton foot and persons associated with premium ,disappearing, the top of 2 per cent. The list closes on or
with the electric light company had has been seen. Yet these conditions before May 12.
,'tored ammunition and 'explosives ini are accompanied by demands for every Through various London houses ap*
ith station. He says he wished ,to Iconsiderable advance i wages, with plications in behalf of the American
turn over-the stuff to the government s hortenting of hours, making n1w an.a clients were made this afternoon for
but he, was afraid to have t" known'. Important Increments to manufactur- allotments of the TrNisvaal loan.
that he had'given the information. He ing costtLj Generally the concession i These, however, were not very large,
accoqrdingly suggested to thie president are being pmade; but the consutner and as .thby must take their chance
.Qf the state that th,, ammunition who muqt pay it is yet to be heard with the other applications, American
s lhould be seized, and that, as a blind, {, filTAa. The disposition among pag money will rtot figure to any great ex.
bhe should be arrested and then iron producers appears to 'be to let tent in the present sasue. The bank.
promptly released. His plans were -the market drrrt. Associated southern era expect that applicants will only re.
carried out, with the exception of his I furnaces are not meeting the price; celve about 5 per cent of the amounts
release. of outside" producers, which ,ave asked for, as the over-subscription of
He says he communicated with the touched $16 at furnace for No. t fron, the. loan is already assured.
United States consul, J. H, Plumach. this price having }'een named on ceen-
or, who was living outside of the city, tral western business. Little busineaes MAIL CARRIER HELD ,UP.
Mr. Pluma.cher pleaded illness, and dis,' results, and the indications are that
inclination to come to town for a cou- the contracts when placed will not be Negro Threatened with Death Unless
ple of weeks. Mr. Bulls esad he was' for long periods. & He Resigna H41 Job.
bundled off to the penitentiary, where Noshville, Tenj., May 8.--A special
everything was taken from his pock. WWill Contest McLane's Election. to The BaPner 'from Gallatin, Tenn.,
ets except a tiny silk American flag.I Baltimore, May 8.-The board of says the carrier on rural route No. 1
He was then thrust into a badly ven-. election supervisors began today the wais held up yesterday afternoon by.
tilated room and after a month's in' Official examination "of the election two masked men and threatened with
carceration was informed that 4 law. tally sheets returned from Tuesday's death ft he4 did not resign.
yer had been appointed by the gov., municipal election as required by law. The carrier Is John Algood, a negro
emnment to defend him. This man Boxes containing the ballots from four man, and( the feeling has brcn tirng
called on him and promised to call precincts over which there was a dis- agalnst him ever Hlit.ce his :',hi.t.
again. He never re-appeared. When pute between the registrars, were meant. This route is the (l":,t i,, tj
the hearings finally occurred Mr. Bull. Opened and the votes counted. The county andAlgood secured the ilace
is pleaded not guilty, but gave no count of the precincts show that Rob. as the result of having obtained the
testimony and heard none. He was ert M. McLane, the Democratic candt- highest grade In a competitive exam.
Informed afterward that he had been date for mayor, has a plurality ,of 580, initton.
convicted. As a result of an appeal and It is not believed that the four The mat4or is being investigated by
to the minister, this telegram was sent precincts to be recounted will material the postoflice authorities and another
to the president of Maracaill by the ally change the result. The Republ carrier was sent over the route this
prosidert of the republic; lican committee appointed for that morning. There sl no ohjection to the
"Having adjusted the political mat. purpose is preparing to take legal carrier personally, but the patrons
ters of the North American, H. C. steps to file a contest In (.Talf of along the route are opposed to hims
bullls, proceed to place him at liberty I Frank C. Wachtor, the Republicca n. on account of his color.
as conveniently-as possible. (Signed).; didate. ol .
Cipriano Oastro." REPORTS ADVERSELY.
Upon being released Mr. Bulls said ale of 'Frisco Road.REPORTS ADVERSELY.
a native tried to kill him, and when New York, May 8-- Wall street nadvisable to Change Name of Pro.
'Aicomplained to the local authorities news bureau says today that the nego. te t- Change Nal e f Ph.
whe was himself placed under bonds to tiations recently renewed for the pur. testant Epistopal Church.
Skeep the peace. All his papers and chase of control of the St. Louis and Washington, May 8.-The commit-
..oney had been stolen ta his absence. San Francisco Railroad company by tee of the Washington diocese of the
I.- the Rock Island company have been Protestant Episcopal church appointed
"BABY'S REMARKABLE ESCAPE. practically closed and that the terms yesterday to consider the advisability
A have been fully agreed upon. No o. of changing the tlane of the 'church In
Fell From Elevated Train and Caught flcal confirmation of these statements I the United States reported adversely
In Man's Ar was obtainable, but in financial circles to the proposition.
S. In Man's Arms. the belief was general today that an The report was made by Dr. Ran-
New York, May 8.--A 3-year-old' agreement as to terms had been doiph H. MeKim, chairman, and look
caild fell from its mother's arm out reached. positive ground In support of the re-
child fell from Its mother's arms out tentioi of the present tarme. A ml-
j the lofty structure In Second avenue. I Would-Be Train Wreckers. nority -report favorable to a e-ourse
The mother's screams were heard Columbia, 8, C.. May 8.--Two at. which would leave open the discussion
Sby two men who were crossing the tempts were made to wreck trains was made by Dr. Harding. Bishop
street below and who glanced up in, mear RIdgeway, a station on the South, Satterlee, who presided, stated 'hat
time to see the child falling and to' ern railway. .'Preigbt train No. 8g' while he did not v;ona,(.sr the p r.cen
catch it in their amns. reported having knocked a crosstle name entirely adequate ht. was of the
The child was restored to Its fran- off the track and a passerby reported opinion that a chalng at this time
ullt of its thrilling experience than a track, one of which he removed, but was debated at !egth by the emvonn
inljght bruise caused by grazing th, left the second one on the track, aa tion,
edge of the elevated structure. he feared some one might shoot him.
No trace of th w b wrckrs Capuchin Offer Strong Resistance.
P e Nab Alleged Forger. could be fond. Paris, May 8--The etergetlc course
uls May 8--Charles Norman. adopted by the civil arn4 naiitary am
,a'one-ar0ted man representing him- Iron and Steel Men Meet thoritles Is rapidly breaking up the
f to be a traveling Insurance'agent, Lond. May -.-The annual met congregations which refuse4 to d{i
abeen aoreeft here on complaint Ing of the Iron and Steel ingtltute here band. The Capuchins are OBering
I0orJiCls of the tnc-ent Order of today was largely attended. Water the strongest resistance and are barri,
ted Workmen according to Randnd' being formally installed in the chair. Cang their mobasteries at 4 nasum
tr Mayor Normandy tllles the new president. Amdraew Carnegle, of points. Their estabihet at
r wt a man much wahnt who remarked that he was the first arcasBnne was take today by thb
h several A. O. U W. lodge -president of the lnatitute who was nbt police, aaslsted by a .quadroa of Dra
h t Setry t iassig b a British subject, presented tSir amee oon and a detachment o lfatitry
*cec n.. Sher Brags, of Mu Kition, a former restiet 4 the In' a two hours' restace. A eowd
eint a rwasd for -oa ystittute,with the Beasemer golfIedal f but ,000 peros mae demon,
e -sr 's f 0r 190. COarnegle e*abequently o t tritlons aga;ist or in t.tupotothe
..i ..e wated there .ee -s inaugal adatres which ItethbrlrJ56 TI charge. liistePd to with. umtuh Interet. -es -


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SINESVILLE SUN: 'AY 1
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CONDITIONS IN IRON MARKET. iTA' A" .LI
STRANS LAAL OLAN IS
Steel End 'Continues Strong-Report .... i
of Trade ,Revi'ew. UAf "I
eveland ,TY- Iron MADE BY T GLAND
Trade Review this week saiy:
Current srtlvity In the iron trade' o i l x ement
does not irnish a, proper Exciement in
underlying, cenditlo r[ T ehalt in British Finanlai irlA.
buying, in one Important department, .
the fotfndry industry, mdre or less BANK OF ENGLAND I8 BESIEG .
colors the entire situation. The ateel
end of the market continues strong; Prospeotus Announces the assue of
bi, there is a general desire, even in 4
lines not directly affected, to) so the $150,000,000 of the $175,000,000 Au-
outcome in pig iron. Already the thorized With 'Interest at 3 per
wait on the part of pig iron buyers, cent-Loan Redeemable In 1955.
prolonged throughout April, has shown
'Itself in the Lake Superior ore Rxr- London, May, 8..-The issue of the
ket, where sales have been almost prospectus of the Tranavaal loan was
unpre edentedly light, for. th .spring awaited with the greatest interest in
months, the recent heavy chartering financial circles here, and there waa.
of vesels being very largely for i14. cor.tsiderable exeitemefn At t Le Bank
terests in mining their own ore. of Ethgland today, where thousands of
The g;-adual disappearance of the people congregated hours before itf
unparalled freight and fuel difficulty of was finally given out that the prop-
months has beie in in soe quarters an pectus annotjj eed the Issue of $150,-
J.idiicaton that reactionary tendencies 000,000 of the $175,000,000 authorized
were already at work, on the as- and that the premium would bo at par,
sumption evidently that the pinch of with interest at 3 per cent.
railroad tieupm, rather than proper dis. The loan is redeemable in 1956. A
patch, is the normal condition. The sinking fund of 1 per cent will be aft
disappearance o'f high prices for plied to the purchase of stock when
prompt coke; prompt pig tron and below par. The government of the
t fi Qi0nq T ~ 0A4 ri h t fj %i


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1i, 1903 7



RTNeEROUs UELeBRe
0ooTED IN THE SgOODs.
After the age of 45 or So, whet the vital powers are naturally weaker,
It Is noticed that a hurt of any kind heals slowly and often-a very insignfi-
pant scratch or bruise
Ae a mdnll. Ptopl MeOIL. on 11 jaw, but wairs i On
beComtesa bad ulcer or pa& or upooLveloeiun, ie A oI, n houldb haveT ftrtro
sore, At this time of stnaout it had itz not begun to inltAme And 1tonit.1
le warty rowtla Ibleed Uittte' theA scab over'but would nit
iBie warty 'growtis, h Thi. Ths oont'nued foir -aoe time tnon the,-Jnot
mles and pimples that betoan to eat and spread', until it 'wit'.am* 100,9 0rot I ,
have been on the body h S "ei on. tebody to .lirv it a fair trilL ant 1it.14 reTnarkabole what,
almost from birth begin woa erful e offt It had rom the bwlinnitnw; the *or*
to inflame and fester, etrI2 to hi tinIame er, d entire ,y. Thit want two year aer; there are
and before very long still no iuin of the O'r, andt myv rWneral health
are large eating liceris. oontlnues rood. Mr. R. 8IRnER, Wy oonda, Mo.
Whenever a sore or ilcer is slow in heating their you may be sure
an-m iht r ik dir iallv -ll d-Itic t Xith i i b..... l l -l.tl A t ld i ot .4


sI 5m e&.1.444 M4 4 1 ca.lny W 7l 019 W 1 Y0 1 ,11 oo1444 1.. o Ile ". .111 1 orl i'- son
that has been slumbering there for years, is beginning to assert itself,
and breaks out and becomes a Iud. ulcer and perhaps, the beginning of
Cancer. These old sores are rooted it the blood, anId while washes, maops,
salves, etc,, keep the surface clean, they wie notr hlaling. A blood
lnedincine to purify :and trengthcit the polluted blood
*and tn to to b-ild nup the g'-nxal system is what
ia needed, and S. S. S. is just such a remedy. No
poison is so powerful and no germi so deadly
that this givat \;v tale blood remedy cannot reach
it, and ulcers of every kind quickly yit l, to iti wvonLI1tfuIl curative prop-
erties. If you have an old sore or uici, \\i(te iall al-,out it, at u1 medi-
cal advice or any information you may d,~ ire will b1) given by our physl-
cians without charge, m71 SWIFT &P& yfFC CO., A "UNTA, GAB







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llThlu.isanii .<,s i" i i;' i *un ilo li'ruil'<, t ^ h ( S B riou l result) % n n fol" li Ow .s*lijhIt,
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ba libies and chlildr in. 'lvasnt itn tIttLt-ehlidrt'i it,

25 CENTSr FOR LARGE BOTTLE
If your dr4riiggist ha-nl't it, ,write to I ho inuiifiaet.Lurer,
T. P. MARSHALL. MACON, A.
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'y agitating tlhe
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bllo to make the Intestines*
execute their natural functions:, Unnat-
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continual and Increasing doses to
Satta the results.


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and Fever, allid every form of
S Malrlal, Blious,e lni9tingt and Inter-
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trouble, 'w VI.hs p in maenit cure.
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XXII, NO. 81


Published Twice a Week- nda and Thursday

GAINESVILLE, LORIDA" MONDAY, MAY 11, 103


ONE )DOLLAR A YEAR


.A RENEWS HER TRAGEDY ATMACON.
Baldwin Jones Killed by Borsie Kitch-
IVITY IN ORIENT -ater Arreted.
TIVI Y I 1 REN Macon, May 9.-Daldwin Jones w.a
Shot and instantly killed by Dorsie
h Large Force Reocouptes oKtchena Thursday afternoon, two bul'-
Slts porlecing his heart.
S New Chwang. The shooting took place .i a vacant
N Cw lot on Mulberry street, near Third.
ILIKE PREPARATIONS MADE. and was witnessed by no one except
__ the muan who used the pistol and his
aibno Have Been Placed In the victim,.
S Mth f the Lao Rve. was the result of an unexpected
quarrel between men who had for
ey Hawv 14,000 Troops Between years been warmW friteds and between
Point and Port Arthur. whom there had never been a previous
di. agreement. Jones had been run-
SMay. 9. -The Russians, It 1a, nUg a large plantation in trwiggs Coun-
have occupied New Chwang ty and ia January last sublet to Kitch-
l- large foroe and have also put eaa a portion of the farm,'at the same
sOZs in the fort at,,the mouth time sellingg Kitchens a mule.
LA U t ver. Kitchens moved to the Jones horq*
y are further eported to be and has --since lived with the family.
,ae u rter prea t Bome days aeo the original contract
lngextensive warlike -prepar etween ,s' and Kitchens was
![/ amended, by which Kitchens was to
SneWsa of Rua an ictil'vlty, which leave the ground originally Intended
s from a moat trustworthy source. for hi and work upon land remote
tew Ohwang,. adds that on their from the Jonies hoie.
to New Ohwang the Russiah The two men met in Maon yestoer
brought with.them several large, day and in, discussing their affairs It
A large force has been order- ip ars that a quarrel ensued Iwth
o re-occupy Tlen-Chwagg-TaI. Lthe aforeomenlttoned unfortunate result.
'eRussiaJI. have 14,000 troops be. Kitchens says he was compelled to,
the mouth of the Llao river and kill Jones or be killed.
Arthur. '
he Russiane are reported to be con. KILLED 'BY LUMOBER TRAIN
mculing forts on the hill near Liao
ing commanding the road helow. be. Lawyer and Physcia~n of Moultrie
Been there and ,Yalu river, and they Meet Tragic Death. .
ive a-rranged to have a large quan, Moultrie, Q.., May 9.-A0 a result
!r of provisions delivered 'at New Of a collision of a motor car with a
Wang., log train on the Georgia Northern rail-
A dispatch trqm an o1-elal at New road near Moultrle. Matt J. Pearsall,
iwuag says Indications point strong- a leading lawyer ot Mloultrle. and
to these active preparations being Pranik Daniel, a promitnnt young phy.
tended to guard against operation sidan, are dead.
aIntt the Russians in Manchuria. The accident occurred at night near
Oorbett's mill, 4 miles below, Moultrie.
Was Never Fully Evacuated. The young men had been down the


Lnodon, Maiy v.-Thne announcement
m; Pekin that the Russians have
,0s6ocupled" New .Chwang must not
e understood as Implying that they
ert fully evacuated the place. The
sieW is taken here to mean that the
has been re-occupied by the
force, the witthdrawal of which was
anounord In April, when the Rue-
aiane sald that all- the troops except
the men for the police guard' have
ieen removed.
UNdLE SAM LOSING PATIENCE.

tatte Department May Take Vigorous
S Action In Russian Affair.
Washington, May 9.---he state do-I
pa~rtmnent has received Qflicial con.-
rm.ttloin from Its agents in China of
tile increase la the Reusalan garrison
1i0n 4ew Chwang, Mandhuria, and there
I Jreson to believe it President Roose.
.i*elt approves, that it is prwpwring to
take rigorous steps th the matter.
,Secretary lawe is n ooMMUnEcaalto
th President Roooevelt in Califor-
.i4a, 'ad on the latter*e teeoslon the
ecretary's course will depend.
It is stated that the department has
aud its patience tried by the course
ot the events in Manchuria, and that
It now contemplates a more radical
step than any which has heretofore
Marked the negotiations between the
!owers on this subject.
SThe pPoposad step contemplates joirt
action by Japan, D~ngland and the
fUited States. The preceding nego.
tglaU&ons have been hamperd by the in-
ability of this eovernmenr to act joint-
.y i*.th other national without violat-
tag Ita traditions, but It is now hinted
0Mat s 0ome plai aof co-operation with.
t.ifland and Japan may be devised
thfat will have the effect of convincing
,te Ratulan government of the united
atermdnaUton of the three nations to
siatat upon Russia's evacuation of
-rthle not actually com.
e United States to a formal
: This program ls subject to
at of the president
Inspect Wrecked Satgnaw.
May 9-Chief Uhlar,
teambosIt Inspection service,
id to make an Investigation
OditIUoa and equipment of
VIA.Ipw- which sank off
V* 7f6er 4ays ago #after
tilA'1 Old Dominion linH
S a~nAw was Inspect.
1.. by, two of .th ost
officers ath, service and
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road several miles on a fishing trip
and were traveling on a small motor
car.
Returning in tbe evening night fell
upon them before they reached the
city, and It was raining. Coming up
the long grade near Oorbett's mill
they were suddenly confronted by the
end truck of a' long tralt that was
rapidly backing over the hill.
They were in 20 feet of the log
train when It was first seen and there
was no time to jump even.
In the collision that followed both
men were fatally hurt. Dr. Daniel
wa. crushed from his waist down, the
trucks passing over him. Colonel
Pearsall received Injuries about- the
head, in the body and had one leg
broken.
Colonel Pearsall is of a, prominent
North Oarolina family, his brother,
P. M. Pearsall, being the present pri-
vate sezrtmy to QGaernor Aycock,

I'. W m P lieis & about 22 years
old and gralua4ed last yeaz from the
Atlanta Medical college.

BAPTIST CLANS GATHERED.

Annual Meeting of Southern Conven-
tion at Sevannah.
Savannah, (Ga., May 9.-Gathu
ered in Stvannah are fully 1,600 via-
Iting Baptista and that many more
are expected today, the opening day
of the Southern Baptlet convention,
the attendance upon which prominent
members now thlak will be one of
the largest In its history.- /
Delegates and visitors thus far have
found no difficulty In securing accomn.
modations and it Ia .believed that all
will be cared for without taxing the!
city's facilities to their utmost, i
The convention proper was called to
order in the First Baptbit church by
Hon. Jame .PhillipD agle, of Little
Rock. ex-go4rnor of Arkatasx.
'The outlook," said President llile,
"is for the largest convention we hayVe
ever had. The apProprlations in all
fields for the pst several years have
been Increased and this year. will
prove no exception' "
No Change In Strrke Situation.
New York. May 9.-Thee w L W .
change in the situation In the strlk
of the 15,000 excavato.* and. iomemi
today. The president of t#t$ aton
iald that the subway na..=m e lit lsb'
mit the -aTOstor-'6fi4 outrto- abtotQ
tkia. btt.-they woul4uot =ep WO
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SARAGUAN REVOLT WuT ovoeC H PEW. SUCCESSFUL SESSION
Court Decides that Humble Worshiper
iS GAINING ROUND n Sito BROUGHT TO CLOSE
IsGAINING R Kansas MCoty, May 9.---y a decidon
_Of |" o the! aupreume court the ariet,', membersaof a church "have ,o lgld American Medical Assoo(ia
withstanding PersistentI right to deny ai humble worshiper
Denials. of Govo)imuent. the oecparwy ot a se. atmo" t het., tion Adjrirob.
TSo cuingregatlon Goa4 uA Qetiso, O
IELS GET OUTSIDE HELP. Jewish synagogue, was sued by Sailt- OFFICERS OF BODY ELECTED


uel Graves, a pawn broker and jrw-v
ember of Nicaraguan Junta In PanA. eloe, for $65. the value of a pew whicl
re ha d agrood to sell to 1., Jageta, a
ma Says that Extraoldinary Events she had agrd to sell to rI: Jagota a
shoemaker, and the court, readvred a
Will Occur in the Little Republic- ludgment against the congregation.
Within a Short TimAe. I Before1 buying the pew froiu Graves,
,Jagota, like all of the p orer monthers
Panama~Colombia, May .--Notwith" of the congregation, lhad occupied a
andllug the persistent* denials of the seat. In the roar of the church. When
Ioaraguan government thut the rev- Jagota with his family attempted to,
lulioq in that republic la maklung prog. oter those rlstoeratic section where
sas, adi.vlc t v6.ived here show that his pew was -located, he wva met by
is galning ground,. the president of the congregatio0u who
An Amaerican who hab arrived here told him that h11 could not lit in that
omn Central America ays the Nica. seat. Jagota pushed by, determined
igua.n rtevolutlonists are reoelving to asaort his rtghts, but when he had
elp trom the other Republics, and a reached his pew he found its entrance
ember of the Nicaraguan Junta here blocked and barricaded Wita chairss.
byW he expects extraordinary events In tho face of this opposition Jagota
ill oocur in Nicaragua 'next week, abandoned' his claims to the Iew and
'hich, he adds, will assu 4e the sTo- refused to pay for' it, Thereupon
na of the revolution, G Oraves brought suit against the con-
g. regKatlon to retove ttheL antmount hle


FATHER TAKES RE$VENQGE I


SIth Carolina' Man JKi ll 1lis Daugh-
toer' Betrayer. "
C"olumbla, 8, C., May ,.--WVdreasday
night 19pain Kelley and Howard Sin.
giton were driving -a 4outie team on
tbhe highway, 12 miles from Bishop-
ville, when W. R'1 Oreech drovo by Inl
the opposite directloii; .
When opposite Creech, Kelley
snatched a pistol out of the bottom of
tdi buggy and fired three tmes, each
Sbot taking effect In Oreech's back,
Kelley picked up a shotgun and at.
tempted to fire, but Singleton got In
the way. Cireech jumped out of his
own buggy and got into tbhe one driven
by William King, who, putt his horse
at a gallop.
Kelley cut one horse out of the har.
ness, sprang on its back and pursued
at full spebd. HA overtook OCreech
in 2 miles, and fired twice wLth a shot.
gun.
Creech, desperately wounded, plead.
ed for mercy, while King whipped his
horse into a run. Kelley loaded again
and rode up beside the buggy ami fin.-
ished Creoch with the full load in ii hsl
body.
Oree-ch is said to Iave ruined Kel-
ley's daughter. He owned a livery
stable In Bishopville.

ECKELS ADDRESSES STUDENTS.


Advocates. an Aset Currency and
Abolition Subtreasury System.
Chicago, May 9.-Jani-s H. eckels,
former comptroller of the currency,
advocated an asset currency and the
abolition of the subtreasury system In,
an address before the students of,
Northwestern university last night.
"Instead of the government keeping
Its revenues In a bank created upon
business principles," he said, "the sub. i
trefaury system has beOn created, I
which Is simply an enlarged safety deo.
post box where the. revenues of the
government remain In idleness, 'except
when disbursed through congressional
appropriationa or by the secretary of
the treasury through bond purchases.
The subtreasury takes from the chan.I
nels of trade that which la essential,
to the proper conduct of trade and
commerce."
Joons-Haoward-McGhee Feud.
Knoxville, Tenn., May 9,After
three contlnuances the case of Josh-
us and Moultrie Jones, cha aged with
the murder of Tom Howard, March
19, last year, is now on trial here. The
Jonese" claim Howard had repeatedly
threatened. their livos and when "they
mt. in the city It was the urvfrval
of t fittest. The Jone -toward-Mc.
Gh.e. feud originated five YrsI ago,
Sald Toi HoW-ard was the flfth killed.

Labor Leeder May Be. Kidnped.
Riw tok, May 9--erlendi at G
A. )ol~eb ner of the Marina aC
'aclatloa, Who dlMrppeared Mptesy
'*lls trymg to pebsua"e mon to leave

(bat he baw bean kid napeol and *we
t 0e old o- oMutiolug m


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An Exciting Contest for President of
Association Occurred, Dr. Mussen, of
Phlladelphia, Finally Winning Ovqr
Dr. McMurtry, of Kentucky.
Now ()'rleans, May 9.---4N\tlh the eleo.
tion l*d Installation officers and thli
flual report of the houso or delegates
tho sucutwmful Ulrty-fourtlh annual ses-
siou of the Ain-erican. Medical asaoai-
atidn (.ime to a. e&ooe today.
lau'ly ia the afternoon tli) delegates
and their famullltsa wnt for a ride on
the river. The delegate will leave
for their home to'nlight &nd tomor-
row, except a party of 30 or more who
willltalke on excurSton.: to C0uba,
Thero was an exciting election for
prealdent of the tasqolation when ,the
housa of delegates amet. Three bal-
lots wre taken, l).z4 J, H. Mussor, of


lost biheauseu he was unable toi deliwer i1 Lh M1 ,ra, "ex: ointng overy h
to tthe ( seondi g to con- Lewls S. McMurtve of Kentucky. The
a gt a 'other ofic'ers olct @d Wore:
r First vico prlhiltnt, Dr. G. Sav-,
N A -age, o Tonneasco; second vice presl,
.!NSPECTED CANAL ROUTE.' dent, Dr. ladore Dyer, of New Or,
b loans; third vice preasidont, Dr. C. L.
Subcommittee Panama Commission Ar- Hall,. of Mistutrl; fourth vice preat.
S rives From Colon dent, Dr.G. F. Jenkins, of Iowa; treas.
Now York, May 9.-Rear Admiral urer, Dr. Henry ., Newman, of Ci tae.
J. G. 'Walker, General 1'. 0. a, Ihmne go; Seroerary, Dr. Geirge oH. 8tmnmoMt
and Prdfossor William B. Barer, coti- of Chicago. Board of triisteens, Dr,
posing the suboownmittoo on the PAD W. -. Welsh, of Baltimore; Dr. Mylee,
&ma canal coninlssion, arrived today of Vt. Wayne, Ind,, and thr M. L. Har*
on the- steamer Allianca, from Colon. ri, of ChicaKgo
The coqmmittoo went over tho line of The final meetJin of the various seic.,
the canal and kiapocted thi work. tions were held today. These addli
Major Black, of the onglno.ra' corl,r tlonal oleotions have taken place:
remained at the isthmus with a con'. Surgery and anatomy, Charles A.
pany of engineers to ,onuplo)t tho pro.* owers, of- Denver, chairman; il, Wyl
lilninary work of the canal route The us ATndewe, Chicago, secretary;. hy*
commission sailed from hero about a gone, Dr. Alexander LTambert, New
month ago. York, chairman; Dr, J, S. Miller, Chl-
Rear Admiral Walkor, on his arriv. cago, secretary; materia, mnedica, O1
al today, said: river T. Osborne, New Havon, chair.
"Our visit to the isthmus was for to. mni; C, 8S. N. Hallberg, Chicago, seeoc
sp ction only. Wi looked over thn retry; 4tseales of children, Charles-
work that has benu and is htying done (Kerley, Now York, (halrinan; C. F.
and everything appeared to be ging Wahrer, lo~rt Madison, Iowa, secre
on seattfactorily. [. of cxurBo, canu tary,
not say mnuch about our visit and Its
result until wo have nmade our report REGULAR TROOPS PRAISED.
to the general coinmittno In Wash. ....._
Ingtoii, n an r<>< IRllti~lrl~l r>At.alllllll^, qPi.^x


ITALIAN STRIKE LR KILLED.

Shot by Fellow Countryman In Row
In Greenwich, Conn.
Greenwich, Conar., May 9.-)During a
striko row today a striking Itallan la.
borer was shot to death by ono of his
fellow countrymen, who was attacked
by a number of strikers In an effort to
Induce him to quit work,
A grang of men were employed on an
excavation. All quit work today upon
the demand of a delegation of strik-
ore, except one, who was thereupon at-
tacked by the others. In salftlaefense
the man fired Into the crowd, the bul.
let hitting one of his aunallants In the
stomach. The wounded man died
shortly afterwards. The man who did
the shooting and six others were a6
rested.
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PANIC AT MONASTIR.

Sulgarians Attempt to Blow Up Pow,
der Magazine.
Cownstantlaoplo, May 9.--The at-
tempt made Wednesday by a band oi
Bulgarians to blow up a powder mnag-
asiae at MonaAtir caused a panic in
that town. The shops and bazaars
were Instantly closed.
It Il believed the attack was made
wilth the view of provoking reprisals.
Th military authoritie, -however, cr.
downed the Mohanrnedan quarter and
prevented the Mussulmant from get-
ting -out All the consulates were
furnished with 'guards, The attack'
Ing party. .Whiche was surprlaed by the
Tur sh troops, ultImately fled, after
a nmrnher of men aad been killed of
wounded.
Sale of Chronlolea Conltrned.
Auguta ,,0a., May 9--eTe atle of
The chroaole to ,rR. .tbao
and L4yl0W .be bef. c "t.n.r b.
Judge Gsp7, to take 'seo t as the CA m

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Upon Work In Philippines,
Detroit, Mich., May 9,-In an tepr
view yestoriray afternoon at the oy .a.
al Logion taruluet, General Baldiwin
said:
"Too much credit cannot be given
the regular troops for the superb manot
nor In which they have done the hard
work In the Phllippinoes. They have
shown jutt what stuff goes to maklt.
up the Unit(d States army.
"The Filipinos are Indolent to a
marked degree and they have abso,
lutely no confidence In what they a*
to do by the American officers. P*os
sibly this should be modified to te -
oxtont that .they have no confidinc
in the promise made them. Thibs i
due to their past 00 years' expsg t0
ence, in time It may be polslblo to
educate the Plllplnoa to exrt thoer .
solves so they will do sometaltingl Th
palflicatimr of the islandsa i praotidal'
ly complete."
CREED REVISION PROBABLE


Demands of Majority of Prieebyterian.
May Ba Granted.
New York, MAy 9.-,-Prebyterian
creod revision seems to be near at
hand, after a prolonged and at times
0Irlmonlous struggle, Tar M ri Br
a ld .. o
It hae be lear-ed that 227 of the
235 of the preebyterles of the Proes
byterlan Ochurch In America vote-
solidly for ', rted revision, as based on
the 11 overturned soent down by las"
year's general 'Smeaxbly. At the
meeting of the general assembly to be
held tin os Angeles. th* moih, It i
believed thb I-:lt obstacle to creed iwre
vistoO. will have been overcome and4.
the dem ands of the great majority o
the Presbytoerians anted,.
%"- Fa- eue Westerner Dead.: .....
Fort Yo"wstone, MoLnt. Mh9y ,-W :..'*
"Uncle" .Joiha Yaoy' ose of e h.o fta- *ii
maim c$ ct* i P tlhe Wi, ,Is deed." '*. 'W,
suermcykept, aW swn botl and e@ter. bo
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____ _..__ _____"_ r THffE G AINESVILIA MA)t 11"i, 13
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"OldVirnia" whilewe.re yottfree. tee speaks irby S I"ttimi'Vul.| OF TilPPim iO R
W A SA AT TH and dressed and chatte and laughed order. 14RA I AV BEN .L'TW'TET,
Iwiriin pth our chiarmiig hostess and her The next thing in Oaer was the lirne nr 'IA a t hereby rin tu n h4e j lay of r :
NT I Ol W. friends and looked at tile tableaux, election of ofoeers. Mrs. R. C. Cobley VERY .ENEFCIAL 1 n, mworai ln .'
Listened to the singing and applauded was nominated atid lected unant- n nIis. Governl r o heu otahte n t l y -the music just as though we had never nou.by -a riig votei Mrs Butt of l-i- cIer p tinier.
We carried n the lovely little city been arrested; and when the appointed Orlado moved that reess be ranted rps Throghout Alachua County T. A''
of Madi~on Tuesday afternoon at 1, hour came we were in the prisoners' to discuss the other nominations. That W nderftl. Hfelped A" '" : a
o'clock, having had a very-comfortable box, before that august body, the Ex- was when Mre. E1ndel sent the tele- W du hly pt Ied. .... 'a ^
trip fromi;Gainesville, which point we ecutive Committee of the Florida Di- gram to Mr. Endel. I walked bravely R BUT WE M lOMED' .. .n
left at 7:50 a. in. We met the Jack. vision of the United Daughters of the up to Mrs Teirch and extended 0y WE SEVER UT WE,.COMED t
4 xtidtr ttou1 l'1(I~oli t'hr reviulrexionts 1o
son illo delegation at Baldwin and had Confederacy, 'in' convention assem- hand, which she accepted, and I said: A th .LstaeuHa of t'.d e ',:' or S eioe ll weL the
thle'goodd fortune to procuro seats in bled-with three pro terns, one to take "Mrs. Tench, I wlah to thank you ftor A the Lakes Have Been Swelled and T. ,, .t .
the 'same Pullman with them. *.kthe the place of the president of Kirby your very generous ,remarks a few Paine's Prairie Full of, water-Rain It, ,etMld. 'ir ( r,,e'h'1, our sttO" '
delegates representing different chap- Sitiih Chapter, whp is the recording moments ago." One of ourothr de-. Was General Throughout the County. 111t it, wil,, note to
4rs of the U. D. C. in the State visited siferetary of the State division, and of gates followed my example. Farmers Are Happy. l'ri ', k ni.
On the car and chatted and laughed, course she must not sit upon her own If yoi ever saw lobbying by excited < 't, ,,nrt. lt ,.o norn-
together, recognizing friends of other case. That awful document was read aspirants it Was carried on during that oThI planters of Alachuia county are 4.1nn sht bthe ,'I KtcotvM. oltl I number
rconvenitions as they came in at points again, upon which the chairman of our intermission. A motion was made to ha tpy, for they hve been I )ltssi'd ottio, >uti b i..... ~ n
represented along the route. We had delegation rose an I said: "Madam amend the by-laws, thereby granting t'ilh a refreshing and 0much-nerded 'rM t'i- rk, i te t'",ut o a .tm
Sa most enjoyable trip and were almost President, we, the delegates of Kirby two charters to one town, Iad the re- rail. The cropa were Inguig for wit a i i o1 ,hioi
surprised when "Madison is the next Smith Chapter, have come to the con- suit of which old and middle agod of irrigation, and mn'fttrs looked bl e o tlon lI oal to I'. u
stop!" was called out by the con- vention to attend to State business;, ladies fairly skipped across the hall, to those who lumst dtelntll tpil tiI .r
ductor. our credentials are properly signed ; and Mrs. Lee almost faleted and had the soil for a living. All crolp hImave o. lubhter,. ,v.'n,. ux 'r. ,. tirhi .
The hustle and bustle of the commit- we have no time to dise(s our s ndi- to be assisted from the 'oom. irby been retarded by the tirouthi, and r Lt n,
tee on receiving delegates reminded vidual affairs, and we have decided to Smith, innocent of it all, listene< and since the rain the growth has bue'n i'""ttn' .ot' l'h t t t'
us of the convention in Gainesville ignore this paper." The president was amazed. Order was restored and wonderful. Thie plants have ansamtld 01 ,iods. w.',4d lnr'h, ,
two years ago. Mrs. Daniel T. Smith said: "'We cannot ignore a legaldocu- .th other officers eleote4 in tutrit by a bright, rich green, indinative of health, 11111,t-. 1d nl,'l t, u, ,, t ',,
was there to see that all the delegates ment signed, ly this number of wo- rising vote. When thai, was all over and are again grou-ig vigorously. tI, l.. hJt ,0 -', tl ,
were comfortably located in the homes men'" Then Mrs. Stringfellow ex- Mrs. Tench arose and asked the privi- While. the rain will be a big thing for i lunithun ihldne to, tini i.li ui<,'r t.le
2 of Madlson, and having disposed of all, plained that she was .'green in the lege of the floqr for Mrp. 3. D. String- the corn and other staple crops, its ',ta,.
we had the honor and good fortune of work" and asked tHit Mrs. Tench be fellow of Gainesvielle, whereupon it as benefits will bo felt particularly by the tnv o:h'lte, u,<'tt 'hlie' tO
SaWcompanying her to her haipdjome allowed to speak for the appellants. granted to her and all visiting daugh.- trukekts and melon growers. The "- "e ivt'hli into w.ou hti.d cut foty ai e t l t andt lclt. h 'es, itt inpt' vim1tiu or 1.0fi htl)ltlrtt dollurN
home, where, we were royally enter- We had hoped that we would be ex- terms. Mrs. Stringfellow came forward taloupe and watermelon crops,, w.',1h b (i,.xio) on'L Tha t'' irtt r ti tipl-
tained as her guests during the session caused from being a party to. the act of and asked, in the name of a number of were virtually dormant, have taken a tt tU aol it the' I n
Sf the convention, thrusting all of the adisgracetul talk ladies of Gainesville, for a charter for niew .ltart, and the probabilities are siro i eowpotton.
SThe first social function was a recep- that has infested the air of Gainesville a new chapter. She made an earnest strong that the crop will be ready for peiod of otw10ty (oN Vty t ,'
tion tendered the delegates' and visit- for the past four months upon stran- appeal for the conce0ion. Mrs. G. I. shiment during the latter part of the ,th Tt sl tio Oe
ing daughters by Mrs. Mosely at 4 gers, whose guests we were-but we Broome was called''tor. and sfhi cam6 month. iHl ofrstx director which oltoos tre t b
I1. Tli-e-nkes aid po s ittro lt id a. tht the 01es o f See t'Ctul'
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. When we hoped in vain, for Mrs. Tewich had forward and, t0 int almost touching The kes atid ponds throughout the qov .th ton 'o t i
arrived at this delightful home there taken her stand-and there she was manner how he"hupbaid and ancestors ou*nI hav1been considerably swe1lhd Tresir'r my, ho lah one tre n tkittl "
: was a bevy of young 'married ladies to going ,to tarid-so, people of Gaines- had- fought' and how a-xious' by the rains. Many "ponls wlhiih t t Th onloor sttla h', Belectedtt: at '
,eceive us and introduce us to the ville, from that hour until 2 o'clockin these ladie's Ain Gainville w"re to few ays ago were a nmot dry havi un ry etl year, u ln tt et
other guests, and immediately we were the mornini. your fair wives and work to p'erlettate .their mninory ben.replnished with sky-juice, and a tatues of the onors hat as
impressed with the charming hospital- daughters tried to'prove-that they hid and to work for the qld veteranis who Paine's Prairie is also high. .1. I.. Kllt"r, I'stMin. '
rity cf Madison and the ea!y manner departed from Mrs. Shaddock's Man- are fast passing away. ft was really a The only inconvenience of tho rain j. I ', tit o cretriH Id t rer'
with "which we were entertained 'and ual oy Parliamentary ruling. (I have very pathetic appeal to be allowed to i fherleMicanopy road, which is reported ". .. f. ..iK
Smtade to feel at home. However, be- never seen one of those' wondertu"l do th1isenoble work, which Wnas o near by those who c.ame over that thiorougi G. it KnetnI 1. i)onald untili thtr
fore I;had had anopportuity of meet- 'books.) I asked the State president if their hearts, but which they could not fare yesterday to be flooded in several "h h ..t .notunof inad"b. :
ing a dozen people I was notified that she thought.that a lot of innocent -wo- do uider the existing circumstances. places. 'Taking into consideration thu s or i t
the Kirby Smith delegates of Gaines- men were qualified to defend them- This was too mugh for the tender advantages which have acerued, how- do)ia (t*- ocn.
ville Were summoned by the State selves against a laWyer's document, heart of Martha Reed. Site made a mo. ever, this damage, will amount to noth- ,erit1s Nt uld, r-stn o. mH)-
p resident,3Mrs. R. C. Cooley, to come and she said: "Why, this paper, is tion that the by-laws be amended' io ig. A.. W Nl1 iely,-ll.lh. l hrl,
,before the State executive board at very simple." We were thinking of that a second charter be granted if THE FORESTS OF FLORIDA. A. T.KMeltly,e hotlite lrilu.
.the residence of Mrs. Paramore (the telegraphing to Mr. Haile, but if it twenty-five charter members be pro- H. Kl'i
second vice- resident at that time) was "so simple," why Mr. Haile would cured, in a town in which another the forests of Florida are one of shi' ,lwm, ; ,
Iimtnediately. I was urged so to hasten not feel complimented, so we tried to chapter is already established. States greatest sources of revenue, a .,. Kielle.v, A. W. Ioneic, A, *r; KoLonlyuey
that I had to insist upon being allowed keep up our end d? the line and if we This motion was carried by a vote of revenue that is bng onsmd with lr or t
"the privilege of bidding my hostess did not convince the appellants that 24 tol0. great rapidity. peculators front ror stohk. oespertvt L ,iv:
adiu... if the ballot box w'as stuffed, it was I rose very timidly (for Oluste was glons farther north have Iitely been A W. MTi)h1no .|.iihare'.
When we came into the presence of stuffed-in their favor--wo can prove it. in the president's right hand )* and byig anld cutting large areas of for- Il s,
this august body, which was represent- After hearing a great deal said and asked if I might speak for Kirby esta in FloriIda, andh timber supply ,.
ed by three pro terms, we were met by read, and saying some and- reading Smith. I tried to be ili order and I iS greatly diminished. i.' ,Loi tiial (itihd oxr
Mrs. J. W. Teach, Mrs. J. D. String- some ourselves, we were discharged am $ure that I said, "Madam Presi- In 1 reply to inqirin'< concerning e tei ndetal sk su.
fellow, Mrs. C. A. Colclough, Mrs. for the night to hQld ourselves in dent and Ladies of the Conm'votion, thorida forlt., Mr. i(.l.rge H. Bud- 'i,'th l' l lll I t oot1e
'Harper, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Dr. Kelley, readiness for further testimony or the this reqnet coming from mn.lrof worth, of the lBotreaii of Forestry, has of the. .1ed 'rs (.xiut whr F. lt Mub-
Mrs. G. K. Broome and Miss Sallie verdict. Kirby rSm ith Chapter, is quit uf rl' -- isuplilr th. fo'll wing i rfor 4mtion: i' vT. 1t .1 ntl me
Broome of Gainesville. I think that The eighth annual convention tion upon the estublish'd organize t. i, "The wooded arat.' of tLho' Stitei is e. t i ,tt l, I(ottd litI Jt1
was -all of the number present. I was called to order the next and I -should' like to say thIat Kirby tinlated at B7,7t00 <| are milen, or70 on|fllit ror n,. iet iiio, '.,
thought "Well, we are going to have a morning with our charming and most Smith has done nothing of which she per cent of thm tot al arena, minuch of i' \' "
Gainesville reception.!" The presi- graceful president, Mrs. R. C. Cooley, is ashamed and never shall. 1rfr only which is erl\iad f y i rus hauntabl ert r,,rA, el, ,II I, le'.
dent, Mrs. R. C. Cooley, immediately a descendant of George the III, in the guilt is having departed somewhat ti4nlr. ,'horidn furt.st hiv. not suf- N^ L\ oii.{ i. hof
produced from a satchel containing chair. The usual proceedings were be- from Parlimentary laws, and we in. flred gr ratly from tire in thi past, wil i ,'itei in'' wok
many papers, a formidable looking le- gun and all the credlenitials accepted, vite these ladies of Gainesville here in chinflx beah much of th t.rtl thrt0, re xwtt teicr' utin- ir thm t ure
gal document, typewritten and signed and the regular order of business the convention to join us in the work uJIinhal)itd a.d ,n*-t ior agriultur' ,*. tIrps ui-n ,.r, ..I:v.e,,>l
by the above named ladies and others called for and reported as of the already established organization or t ruixia w;itoro iv.r num erous K u.t+.
Sof 'Gainesville, charging Kirby Smith "Mrs. Shaddock" rules. When in Gainesville." str- nan ps i.rsc the ,i. .OIXAI.O,.
SChapter, Gainesuille, Fla., with fraud the State Executive Committee was This motion is all right if a city is pine forests greatly ,,sned wide-I. I! A,
at, the late election, commencing called, they asked for further time, large and the population scattered, T spread ager from tlire. th -,. i t,,hr,.., t'it.I.e ts &t
Sfrstly," "secondly," "thirdly," etc., and it was moved by Mrs. Tench, who but when it Is divided in anger or o timberItnt ilrlds in the cut- Asr '..1 nii of j, (. KIeMn. A. i
"admitting members with credentials was proxy for Bartow, that It be grant- personal prejudice against others it is til of timbcr in Flordt aPPeared I I Mi."t, 'imldtL, I11 (M'iltI In
not properly signed," "transacting ed. The motion was carried, and the bad. What will our proud old veter- flum pd. to 1(.)0, when th) previous ll J,, ,tlut es,
business on regular election days," prisoners were kept in suspense until ans do on our Southern holiday, tlumber product of th. s e was do0- A ,t,, roCtr r'y'
I"d oh, hbrrors! think of it charging g the last day of the convention. Every- 26th of April, Memorial Day; the 3d b"tb ot e. ,,,.|,, ror 1, ,ta-. i .-
ladies with stuffing the ballot box!!! thing had been disposed of but that of June and on Lee's birthday? Who hert destruction has been done to t ~' i cnj cx ,t A,' lnu--trt ...
tIn the meantime, while this docu- report and the election of officers. At will beftow the crosses? Who will the p.ure pine forests by the injurious .' *l'.* o
ment was being read, Mrs. Tench and last the report. I listened with bated have the Auditorium? The two chap- iethuo "iboxling" trhes for turpen- r EIA1 +Ii'IO.. w
Mrs. Stringfellow produced promis- breath, directly under the eyes of the ters will be fighting over the old vet- twkll.ng the older growth and I ; tt,.t, -
cuous papers, large envelopes, medium president, when in her sweet voice she erans like that picture on the wall of allowing fire to prevent reproduction. ,,o a l;Iett. st'et.t; ,. W3eos,
sized envelopes, small envelopes, long announced that the executive commit- Campo Santo at Pisa, "The Triumph of "ecaue .of the in sindmandls r, r .No a J t. cgat,; It Du. Co. t
papers and short papers, some written tee had investigated the Kirby Smith Death by Lorenzetti < upon the Htalte'st forces tind the gen- ',i4n,'a. itatecor: J l "u(,eh elwrI,-
with ink and some in type. These la- trouble thorouglMy and decided that Te' charter was enrantdr t, Mr eral attention which the subject of lihIIK, irt :rs. -W. .hm.i. -.,


...ahi n '.t. ....... ... ..... forest irote etion has ree ived ter st nw llefrr N. .". 'b mns. j, H?.4m ,
res ad on their glasses and looked they had no authority to act. course Stringfellow, who promised twenty-five a lat, I, aroused in Florida f(or rJ, C. N ltlgrKer e:
really dangerous with their business, the prisoners applanded very gently. or fifty charter members. ha lately been aroused in ehorid for I'rti.on .lh. ..t t.
ways! Then Mrs. Tench arose and in a voice This is when Mrs. 'Tech telegraphed the rot cti of the forest isl .and in .IWilt ii re a
'hen the paper had been read all trembling with emotion said: "Madam the Major. I will say here that whmr thi neu d t f additional forest lginla- -m, Wniti. I i O n. (t Layn,
eyes were turned upon the aceused- President, as a representative of one the new chapter is established Kirby The most.n urg.ut wfr :d.d are for ami l ad-w .i U N1 J7effr et.T-l-wrk
the president and four delegates from side, I wish tosay that we accept the Smith will extend greeting, I etl nte fi re law." tfrh, I. Wal, l r l, t't
Kirby Smith Chapter-who met the decision." Mrs. Cooley answered This is what I saw and I will make rw I. aiI. .i-
gaze fearlessly of their erstwhile with tears in her eyes: "Mrs. Tench, an affidavit to it. Svral new and ncharterd islands, iatl OivIer. 9 W.B. Roe J, M..Cl-
friends and sister members of Kirby nobler words were never said by Mus. J. N. ST'oRlAB A itt s reported, ha, t lw found in rk J
Smith Chapter. 'Twas a grave charge. woman." Then I arose modestly and Gainesville Fla.. May 9th. Southern hilippie- waters. The navily Ma .; A J:1. srl-5
he officers of a woman's organization said : "Before this matter is closed I ----- d|i'irrtmtit, having discovered hte k No.. W.
had departed from "Mrs. Shaddock's should like to say a word in behalf of Peanut Companles Combine. i8lardM,, hiwi tak..n t-,eps to charter A.r I, DSo ta:O Wt W. W esh .
ParliamentakryRules"-and that legal the accused"--when our State presl- 'incinnati, May 9--The Confection. them a t A ricn it ri to.ry. TArre.,do, or;et, r
d aa r Revlenw today ays: The Weill. them During thre It'ioyistiex,, 'V6. 12l~t"W.' +aO, h-.-WI. Ar'
ddrawn up by a lawyer-a dent came down with the gavel., mad erg Reviw today vy: h.e M. h McCall, In J '. to''
g a woman with ruch a from a tree on the battlefield of Ol n Underwrtl ng company of Detroit pe seventh grts, 18,41A Wills were in. trk, o i J. .....a.
departure from Parlia- tee, and said: "M.rs. Strobhart, I m:us ha complete a 7o,08l1e of-the pea. sorer n oea. IO w. ,...
ria-te n si "r o mqst nut ldsitris and that tho American trodued In the House, and 7,661 in the A.iakwe, s.ors;,. ,Mel'. e',.
Did womei ever be- declare you are entirely out of order; IMi.ble Nut company will soon be in. Senate. Thi. was the worst epidemic b 'A- a. f....orm. *,
irbave Sitharge? The this matter is entirely settled." Of corporate in New Ju.rsey wt $1,250,. of billiousncss, the country has had for 'ail e 'A*A... ou '
irby Smith asked for course I immediately returned to my '00 of 7 per cent preferred ami $2,750,. a long time. W J.F."vmnti,.. .
the booksof the chap- seat. I only expected to assure the '000 ommorn stock, and that it will Iowa is goilg to hav one of the tag. o .
Lte which she had in division that Kirby Smith Chapter had absorb 18 plants at Norfolk, V., where Iowvat a ititohavegoine o t
help in the case of done nothing of which she was the 'geeral oflears will be locate. 'st and most mMaitlent corn palaces 0 .tom
befom'e the trial was ashamed, and never would do ought to Trh incorpoItbOr were 3oe1h ever built at their exhibit at the St oh o ,.aNo.r: We, 'ei. ,'l, s C Xrk
as granted' and we reflect shame upon ber g91ami wt ie We therly, Detrott; Lois Fair. _t : .u _r_" |_,,_ 'otoJ.
hat the delegates of alke. But when the tavel from Olus. R H l NOW"i s 1.e n, 'u, x, t.,to'ut.h, w. .
e. 51Mr Vio e,' .'t, 14'. r mes(, (
were .invited twe adn .il 1., pi IA

*,. at, If you know Malaria, you certainly dno 'I S, v
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Allt l S^treet Pptoe

S .............
ANY IMPROtVEMENTS 'MAOE

hTlms Impr'overrients Are' of the Most
Substantial Nature and Will in the
End Show That' 0he City's Money
Was invested. Wisely.
ditt Sun:' The street on the north
Side of the square is in fine shape now,


Wblcb' tihe heavy rain of Tueseay night
prodconiclusively. : Although an un-
s lialainount of water fell in 'a *shirt
time, it was all carried away in a few
minutes and the stre ts arid sidewalks
left perfectly dry. This shows the
good sense shown by the old Council
in their insisting on having the work
done according to the most improved
S and scientific plans of grading and
street building in the most systematic
anne-r, instead of in the makeshift
S Wty c(lutiiion for so long and giving no,
results worth mentioning. All the
work in the past year was done in a
thorough and substantial way.
Mr. Benson built University street,
It has stood the test of as severe a wet
season as we have ever q4perienced or
are ever likely to again. It cost the,
city, according to the finance report,
about $1,800, including the brick, gut-
ters and crossings. When you con-
siderthe result, this is very che.p, and
when you think of the condition this
street was in before, it seems well
worth the cost.,
A great deal of the work done by the
o. wmittee does not show to advantage
i, account' of the awful condition
'W which the streets had been allowed to
get thto. On.. amount of 'the heavy
..tiissome.pf them were almost inm-
pasiible, West Main, Liberty, East
Matn. Plasant, and a number of other
i :streets, were in thbii condition. They'
Shave all been .,repaired #ard put In
.I shape so that they "are at least pass-
able.
The northwest part'of the city was
S almost'nder water, and In some cases
S .the yards of residences On these
streets were full of water. This part
of the city has been thoroughly
drained and is now in better condition
than it has been for years. Thei streets
Are all open and dry.
The bridges and culverts all over the
:' city were out. of repair. We have
seven culverts over Sweetwater branch
alone, atid as many more in the west;
ern part of the city. Some of these
wetoe washed away completely, sotnme
only partly, but all had to have more
or less work done on them and some
new ones had to be built., They have
S all been put in good condition except
the one on Liberty street, which was
washed away the second time.
The financial report of Alderman
Broolne shows there was $4,854 57 ex-
pended on the street work last year.
Here is what this money has brought
the city.
to building of University street,
T iorth side of the square, two blocks
hurch street in front of the East
rida Sominary, the repairing of
easant, Liberty, East Main, West
la, Liberty front the sqtutre to the
& 0. depot, the street loading to
11 scohoolhotise, Orange street, tho
%PO. t street, building crossings Ill
.Ae rent parts of the city, buying
Sbrlt and lumber, building and repair-
.19 Wi ,the culverts and bridges, buy-
Itg nme t., nails, tools, and paying
o'r heo surveying for the grades, ett.,
bes de0s'other work not mentioned.
I. as also includes a good many feet of
t5 walk, which will be paid for by the
S Property owners as soon as the bills are)
nade otI. and presented; also the
"'' planting of moro thani 100) trees, and
:'/ the trimming of the trees on all the
streets. .
S Now, this certainly, shows that the
i "": .lty' has received full value for its
". money, and before any one makes the
;" charge that tlhe ,m,,iy lhas been squan-
S/ dered and the work done in a hap-
S h&tad and reckless way, he should
S :i flnd tout'what has been done and how.
.he pos Ion of chairman of the
street otuinittee is not a desirable
I'. 'one at best. All this work must be


i looked water by him personally. 'lie
imnst go ,rona plaoe to place anid see
Stihat the work s done properly and 'ae-
o' ording to the etamPished grades, 6e.o
All'this takes 'ltate: The committee
receive no pay r 's loss of time.
1 eteves no pay ..... 1ime,
' .W1:' 2ie works for nonit', Iiot even glory,
i||'',;'.Thereare alwisy* lt.s of "good, cltl.
asOa. who *never ooe lste what the
:coitaaiites is dolng or 61w il ch toio.
:he lq #i^ing for nothinks pt' they re
be st"O


Hea its




boaxt troibl orr omeorer whefeIt
was slmplo Indigotion. It is a solo,-"u
Metlc fact tht,all oes of heart
ease, not organic, are not only trace-
able to, but are the direct result oE
indiges ton. All food taken into the
' ito.mach which failtsIof perfect, dig ,e i
tion fermonts and swels the Stomnach,
puffingit uP against the heart, Thab
ai interferes with the action f the hoart,
and In the course of time that delicate.
bbtt vital organ becomes disemed.


SKodol


Digests What You Eat
Mrs. Loalg Nlichols of Penn Yoi. N, Y..
writes; After eatei., my food would distress
me by making my heart palpitate and I would
bacom very weak. Fnalrlay I got a bottle of
Kodol and It gave me immediate relef. After
uslin a few bottles 1 am cured.
Kodol cimts. Indigestion, dyspepsia
anId all stomach disorders, and gTves
the heart a full, (rene and untr.Ln-
mled action
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2%t tMs
h trial el. which sells for


cio.


O)I0FORJ & MDcC0

the first ones to find fault; and co,-
derini the work, the committee 'nd
everything they can think of. They
should at least be Willing' "to give the
devil-his doe" and the .committee the
credit of doing the best he could, said
using the money appropriated '-for
strr'!.t, work to the best advantage
under the existing conditions.
Tlie old C69ncll -should be com-.
mended for the work it has done "in-
stead of being accused of. reckless and.
haphazard work," and if the new
Council does- as well the taxpayers
should be satisfied.
AN Ex-OHAIRMAN.,

LORENZ'8 BLOODLESS SURGERY.'

Crippled Tote Under Famous Doctor's
Magio Touch.
N'ow Orleans, May 8.---Fivoe hundred
doctors gathered at the Oharlty hos-
pital today to witness another demon-
stratlon by Dr. A dolf ILorenz, of his
method of bloodless surgery, There
was an unusual attondanco of crippled
children and their parents the latter
anklous to have their little ones select-
ed as subjects for the dnmonstrationa.
inome of the scones wero affecting:
The house of delegates continued
its session today taking up the matter
of the proposed revision of the code
of ethics. The American Medical
Temperance association met and list-
ened to a- paper by President W. 8.
.ll, ,,of Ohicago, on nature's Immunti-
ncatlo r of the race agailuat Hquors.
Dr. W. IL Saundere, of Alabama;
Dr. R,. D. Murray, of the Marine hospit-
al service, and Dr. J. M. Lindsay, of
Ouba, participated La an interesting
discussion before e the section of hy-
giene on the question of public health
powers and their exorclse by the na-
tional, state, county and municipal au.
thortltis. Thll section also listen-ed
to a n Interesting paper on leprosy by
Dr. Isidoro Dyer, of Iouistana, and Dr.
Dyer invited a party of the doctors to
vIsit the Itouliana Ilepers' hon1o today.
Tho section nomiln-Ated for offlcers
Dr. C. T. Swairtz, or Rhoid islandti pres-
Ident, and Dr. Jotia F'ulton, of Mary-
land, for secretary,
Dr. Joseph R. McFarahn. of Phila-
delphia, was elctl.ied p)rtsldenit of th1o
section of pathology a.lind physiology,
and Dr. Henry Ohrllltin, of llototon,
Sewr'c.icrt y.
Dr. Krwin Walkor, preshlded at a
meeting of the executive colnmnitite of
the Miasistippi Valley Medical asso-
cl&tlon and It was decided to meet In
Momphia Oct. 7, 8 and 9.
^nswers Iviurderer's Description.
Bedford, Ma M.a, M.'h S.--The 1aan a1'
rested in Boaton last night suspected
of having killed Miss Nellie Sturte-
vant '-ere while attempting to roU
her fatthoer, Janmies H. Sturtevant wa
brought hero oiarly today. Hie gave
his namo as COxmasso Llurbreld. Hlie
ia .an Italian, and cannot speak IEng.
lish, Anaother arrest was made It
cuInOic'tlo with the case, a stran-ge
having been taken into custody here
this morning: Mr. and Mrs. Sturte
vant, who were prostrated by the
shbockli of the ntmurder, were under med.
levl care today,' The only evidence
dtecloesin thus far ag i th mein i1
ouatody it that both aaewar the d4
scrlption erf the peaon who kllef Miss
U -atevant


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iI:i' vrv n u 'vu I ts Terms Regarded as "iOffenalve" bY
N" Bulgaria.
Wst nII l Constantinople, May .-The Bul.
garlan government has 'returned the
Say. q Tra is Woort Ene- orte' not on the subject of Incursion
of B3ulgarian bands Into Macedonia,
S Brmy Off Mai Ad Ctountry. and the importation of explosives Into
STurkey from Bulgariab to the Ottoman
HE EXPRESSES HIS OPINlONS commissioner at Sofia in consequence
.... of what the government of Bulgaria
a decrlbes as "its offensive terms."
8ayi Liquor is Not Only a Curse to The mustering of TurlLy troop
Man, but an Enemy to Christianity cdautinues in Macedodaa and Albanla,
and the ,Churcb-A 'Stirring Letter. here soon 165 battalion will be dis
Full of Good Points tribute .
To thie Voters of MAlahua County: R.ceived by the Pope.
h nd o. ue youw l d Rome, May 8--Rev. Father Baudenl.
n he nd of June you will deter- '|, former provincia. of the American
mine the question of the legalized sa- Passlonfst fathers, and the Rev. Fath.
loon-whether it shall continue its or Francis J. Van Antwerp, of Detroit,
ork Of rin, or wether it shall Mich., were' received in private aud.i-
waork of rein, or whether it shall b ence by the pope today and presented
legally abolished. It is hoped tha to the pontiff President Roceovelt's
every man will so cast his vote, as to jubilee gift of ten handsome volumes
bring him, in the futura, no regrets. of presidential messages. Father Van
We who tand for the home, for mor- Antwerp also presented a golden scroll
ality and sobriety, feel sure that our containing the signatures of 25,000
position is absolutely right and just. Americans and Canadiabs.
The temperance people are on the
right side of this question. There is Coast Line Stock For Sale.
nothing good that can be said in favor New YorkI May 8-The Atlantic
of the saloon. It is the only institu- Coast i ne company has o e nt a circu-
tionthath r o lar to its stocikholderasodering 5,04)
tion that imposes a heavy burden on shares of new stock for sale at $250
taxpayers, for which.there cnn be no a share. Each stockholder owning 20
reason given for its continuance, ex- shares"of stock or a fraction thereof
cept the financial benefit that conlas, Is entitled 'to purchase one share 'of
to the man who owns the business. Ithe new stock. This will provide
All the argument is on our side, andl $1,250,000 new capital' for the compsA-
wo are perfectly -willing, and very ny, but the purpose for which it will
anxious tCo discuss the merits of the be used ia not stated.
'question on any platform in the coun-. ALTAX DISTRICT PETITION
ty, with any respectable representa- SE-IA oAXubc Istructon o cu
tivo of the saloon erest. Please To te d Public Instruction oflachua
consider carefully the following state- We, the undersigned voters and taxpayers
mei m witht n l residing in.the territory described ias follwHs:
meints made without any amplilica- ('Coammencing at the southwest corner of See-
tion tion'r-9, Township 10, south of Range 20, east,
Sf. t p and 0t0ming thence east to the southeast cor-
In the first place, the saloon is an ner ff'Section 2'.Trownsshiv, 10, south of Range
evil, nothing less. It does nothing 2. eat; thene north to the southeast corner
It does nothing Of Sectlona0, Township 9. south of itane 21i,
fo1 the benefit of society. It adds east, thencewest t-) the half-mile post on the
south line of Section W,. Township 9, south of
nothing at all to the good o.1 meni. Ranaeo'0, east: thence north to the bhalf-mile
iatl is ;a mot ftl sur pOst on the south line of Section 34, Township
Secondly, ,it is a mostt friutfulsource8. south of Range20. east: thence west to the
of crime and lawlessness. No other southwest corner of Section 34, Township 8,
south of Range 2), east; thence north to the
legal business carried on in this State httlf-mile post on the west line of Section 34,
produes J a h lunrdh prt n h Township 8, south of Hange 20. east; thence
produces a hundredth part as muh west to the center of Sectiol 32, Township 8,
crime. south of Range 20, east: thence south to the
half-mile post on the south line of Section 32,
And, in the third place., the saloon is Township 8, south of Range 20, east; thence
an eni r. ,** i m i th caun west to the northwest corner of Township0,
an enemy.of every home in the coun- south of Range 20, east: thence south on the
ty ; for every boy, yes, and I may say range line to the point of beginning, do mos
Sra respeotfully petition your honorable body to
evory girl, too, is endangered by its call an election to determine whether or not
bi n-sthe territory described above shall become a
business. special tax school district for the purpose of
Fourthly, it is a constant and de- 'lvying and collecting. a district school tax for
the exclusive use of public freet schools within
termined enemy of the Church of God, the district. In order to avoid complications.
which is the only institution in th we further petition that th' present trustees
which is the only institution in the of Sub-District No. 26, which is Included in the
world that can and does bring poor, above described territory, e nominated for
brong trustees of the proposed il trlet.
fallen humanity into touch with the Respectfully submitted,
Infinite, and thereby save him from Gainesville, April 4. I93.
hi's sins. A NAMES: NAMES:
And, in the fifth place, it is the ene- o, t. iMclellan, i. cilrth,
my of progress and prosperity. It adds c. A. Colclouh, W. wV. Avera,
W. N. iVllson. a. M. Rivers.
nothing to real estate, values, but on w. l',t.ro'., J. A. Amrmons,
the other hand depreciates value int F. ). p : ,'.,rl iow, .. C, Ten.,
every.instance. It imposes a constant- \t. "' *t. IH. liroome.
SWitu. W. ')ir kert. WV. I) Dlchklt on.
ly increasing burden upon the l1,anll N w. .iictl. WVi, l kohcrtsno,
who pays the taxes, wringing his hard- w. S. Dorse,1 i C.llalM.Cson.
earned money from him, in the way of J. A. Moilinstry., w. i. Well,.
W. S, Hroonmc. J. H 1liel,
costs for punishing crime, and the care M. & stunders. C. :X. Ciawforid
of criminals, made so by the saloon. Jasi. H.Vieda, J. P'i etort.
Men never advertise the number of WiN M. Ioolwoay. N R. 'arter, r.
i n q f 4 Henry Davis, WV, I1. Curter
saloons in any giyen locality as an in- B, A. 'l'irasher. Johin'hesnri.
ducement to secure settlers who will A. ka a. Vt M aesn
invest their money to help build up a Geo. W. Movers, '. 11. 1is.
H. E. Benson. *.. Mer, harrt
town. Riohard A. decker, V. J. jenbt
Sixthly, lot me say that thi saloon is w, M. Johnson. H.t t'hler
the enemy of education and intellec- s. J. Thomas, T.r Thiuis,
tual development. It cannot contrib- Geo. n. Evans. Lee oGrain
ute anything toward inspiring its pa- j r M, trne, Es V aniw.
trons to seek an education, nor is J. H. colson, I. Clytiatt
there anything about it that tends to F. W.Inr. A R ocrun'
the culture of the mind. Its tendon- J. oAndrews S F. Kn tr, Jr.,-
cies are to debase the intellect, be- w.J. Carpenter, J. F' runch.
nuilb the moral sensibilities, and in- U. Schafer, .I. 'olson
flatine the animal passions of men. H. ;. Denhn, u. honms.n
Now, shall we continue this evil i I'eeler. 1. K r. i
our midstT Are we going to place our Evans C. berley (' I. iY yton
endorsement upon it and say it shall Rtobt. 1. Ltiyi ',.A. titriq,',
have the protection of law in order to i.. i. oa, J.. lr,'omno e
carry on the work above mentioned? l enr us'. O 1 Hii'v.


These are the questions you are to '. M .'. M. tain
help to settle the 2nd day of June. L. i MeC'iia. ;. W. Hart,
Very respectfully, 1.wA.RAise.. T. lkioc -toms2
W. J. CAR.r'Nrug.
NOTE 'TO NON-ltESIDENT.
Died In Far Off Chiina In the t'l'etuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit
Tuscaloosa, Ala., May S.- .N'es h Ailchima County. Floridth In Chancery,
thr f hoo or oland vs I. Rolanld. Divorce.
jt ,d here It il)pearlii t by althliavit app ,ed to. the
annotunclung the death of ,\M,' ry itlalet in th ,rb tsite use. tht .
Thornton Iostick on March '27.. Mr's 'Rolanil. tile defeltiLit therein nanredi. is a.
PoRlt Icktl ei'v M I a (' i- resitdcrit of t bie Staite of Florida, nid la.s
ostick wa I0 M y absenbset from n is residene more than
Thornton, who gradtlatid lit the Ala-. ixty days Prece .. .. ,r! i an is eor ''enltn himself s) that service ca, I-
bahia (',intrl, 0e tmiale 0 l 1. .ls not be uade tpon l himr, and is over the age of
city, and was a n Wmrmbor of th fatul- Wiiwenty-one years.it is therefore ordered that
sy in !;,'1 vit vn 4 i t bQi aid noa rt sideat .defendant be antil he is here-
ty in lSeP, .h-ti' he a l .o'('i i'rsei'0. by rentured to aippar to the bill of coxnpltInt
to t.he 'oreigmn missiostn board ,o'f the tied in aid eau-se o or before Mondayr the
Ist au.v 0tt .lUne. A. D. -1903. otherwise the a]-
Southern B-Aptlat ('nvetltlonl to bie sentt leiratimos ol s;ildbill will.be taken ast confessedt
as a foreign imissimiatry to Chlnia. Sie ttv saidtie,,nait."r.
Sfr a n 1 1 Iurt-ler ordered that this order be pub-i
sailed for China in ISt.1, ln(lI i11 1 l-lShedI et aweek.for four consecutive weeksI
Was mtarriedl to th'.1e R' v. G>'orge P in the OaitesTviLe Sun, a newspaLwr published
Bosttck, who was also a flnissio:nry. This Apr. ad., State.
A 1859 Mr,. antid .Mrs. Bostick -11,-I. DE.KN'iN. lerk Cire itt t('our
in the United States on a visit. Tutca. A true coy of o a efesrigal.. D
loose being one of the points which H. C. DE'NTON. Clerk.
they visited. They returned to China H. G. MASN Sleor for Cominant
io 1897 to continue their work. Mrs. ------ --.... -- ...........
Boatick sdirvied b'y her husband, ADMINISTRA'I)R'S NOT:~E
Bott hs r.hus'ba n Ntle-,e is Iberebr g.ven tbat tix Pontbs after
t.uz o]lref atn tepMd. thefrls t imblcataol lerei$1t titadnmnis-
S,.._.1.- ..... trator ot .fet&ate of QP.Pawls..deeeaqea. vwia
a*pl to the County Jufae of. tarohura county, I
Fl. d, for a fnal p oRRSe

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Our money winning books,
writtep by men who know, tell
you all about



They are needed hy every man
who owns a field and a ploii?*'10d
who desires to get the moat out.
of them.
They are r!,. -r. d '7'ftas' c Lr3.,
C K.AA KAT. I w,.VT .s i
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Seeds

bave wI-, growing famousiti eery
kind of sou, everywhere. Sold by l
Small dealers. 1 84 Seed Annual
Pitj pOtalt iree to atl appuleant P
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GE0. S. HACKER &.SON
MAN-UFACTURERS OF













and Building Material,
"CHARLESTON, S C,


Sash, Weights, Cord, Hardvare





E. M. HACMER, Pro0rietor

NOTICE OF1 ELECTION.
Whereas. The Board of County Commission-
ers of Aliiehuai county, Florlda, did on thd Itth
day (of April. A. I). I1M, under and by virtue of
tire C(onsitiou 11 a1nd iatws of the State of
Florrihda, order an election to be held In Ala-
ciniti county, Floridit. on the 2d day of June,
11003, to determruine whether the sale of inoxi-
eating liquors, wines or beer shall be prohlbated
in Alachua county, llorida; therefore,
Under and by virtue of the Laws or the State
of Florida, notice is hereby given to the qualt-
tied electors of Alcihua eount.v, Florida, that
ain election to decide whether the sale of in-
toxicating ltiquors,.wines or beer shall be pro-
hlthiLted in Alachug county, will be held at the
several voting places in Alachua county on
Tuesday. the 2d day of June'; 19)3. The tllots
used at said election will be "'For Selling" or
"Against Selling." The returns of said elec-.
tlon must be made to the County Cotr1isaion-'
ers of Alachiuta county within five days after
said election.
tneU. S. Land and thce at Gainesvlof our il,
Court o this 17th day o April 19, ,
Notice is hereby iven that the foo




nwme settler has tiled note of ris Itnissn
to lerake Cru rourt and Clerk of his eloairlmnd
Cothataid uty f ill io made brs. efore

o U .' anr i d Olef fie at Gane vil. on lMa
tSr utor. P. Nut>E, o A Newberryl6, 19ia




lii. 3.a0n !or att o( Section 10, 'p. 1 S., R.
Notue is the reoy n witnessthes to proven
nlied settler ir tilednlr upotice of ltivation
Jto ake ilsn al pro nser, a o ot Jones clie mi a. nd
tat aid proof ill w min ide befor Relister







NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
and leivrid OGle svt Gaioesville, Fla


Noice is here.oy lliveni tnithe fo rowin-
nlicd settler has r tied e notice of is ultenation
hof ,slnij nd thr t s proof wi be de. be
Jre ioston aiserc all of Joine.sille, Fla.


onanti )tnoe at Gaiesvllle, FlaJ
lnAiY An ooI April. of HNauc. al.




lb.:1,1 for th SnofLots II and 12 of sec.
He noties there followin withatneshefoStlrove
hit eonttlrhous presence upon and c e itenel tion



iof laid lrnld, aviz:t saipoofWill be e le-.,


tJohn Cothern. G eore Cothorn. of LrPerore,



Notice iis hereatRy iver, t !t tteers-' i f admin..
itr.31n1t fonr the estSie osf t i anevilef Sd .,
Tp. 8 S., It. 20E. E.-







I eeasdl bnve re'n' rofrc tiv the Coundebe
his Judntenof s un reuience un on and l oul

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'our denenmrnd aia't rsaid e'.tat, i r r to -

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March 4th.-o VI A:h otr x. ,
oAIeMINis THXpTUR NOTICE.
dthefnsetd uan hereof I ast
of the estate of .E n. M lejl reeqtiratr ;
F orida. tor a nJudge of Alachu County.
adilwo he l present lrd ale intft atontd n

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0 matter, t dter Act of won-

7 AeimndAay and Tli nrsday
t 4in esvlMle, Florida

A M~0OREARY, Editor and Prop'r.


vu TwIalW0 SU 'a$1a year; six
0h, V.ril ,-; siigli opl4es,, .c.

loeal adivertilementes, 15 cents a line
i.itthe first tnd 10 cents for each addi-
1" wonyl insertion,
. Displayed advertisements for three,
S Ix' and, 12 months at special rates.
Htes furnished upon application.
oMarriage and Death notices inserted
free. Ob tuarles, 1 cents a line.

A 'We will not accept stamps of a
' larger denomination than 2 cents.

Ovn CLUBBING LIST.
The Sun and the Thrice-a-Week'
S(N.Y.) World one yetar......... $165
The Son and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75
The Sun .and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50
The Sun and tihe Semni-Weekly
Times-Union one year....... 1 50


the judge and Si
the new, fght.h
considerably out
tair to. say thai
are i ien of both.
The bill fixing t
court in the varic
yet been agreed
practically ecrta
term will be plac
the importance o
wish of the bar o
the circuit, so the
had for the prop
work usually pro
at each term.
Following the" t
ate adjourned un
'and a large num
are at home look
-personal avd bus
is little oratory i
der the careful a
of the committee
up with its duties
It now seems
probability for ai
exhibition of the
at) the great St. L
reason therefortd
in any failure tU
vantages of a pro
lack of funds, bq
bitter appreciate
which Florida ha
at several previov
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TALLAHASSEE TOPICS. law regarding loc
more and more
(Wrom Our Speetal Correspondent.) and the outcome
Tallahassee, May 9.-Though but a fights before the
trifle over three weeks remain of the may result in the
constitutional time for the session of measure. The
:the J-loridh Legislature of 19083, there of local bill in
.'p lthany matters of great importance presents the pro
artiostt untouched upon. measures affectin
'Andinow comes a very evident fric- whole State, and
tion between the two houses greatly to remedy is applied
be deplored. This friction has as yet tion will remain
not assumed the proportion necessary they are today.
to oaus9 serious alarm, but even from n~t
the itpst, ptimistlo point of view it is FLORIDA'S.
aistInctly lhpletaantt When it be- With commentn
comes possible to create prejudice, and the information
this prejudice, is acknowledged, to a 'Hoens. Walter G.
'measure because it orl inated in adif- S. Chu)b, regista
ftrent braancio of the Legislative body, Uiiiteh States lan
it is surely time oh the part of meom- respectively, ha
bers to most carefully consider their report of the l cr(
dity to their State aid not to permit in Florida, tofetl
supr.t-sensltiveness to inlluenco their of thp soil in the
40tion. far as can be detc
Again this week the topic of discus- This report w
iton has been. the Waileg-Baird claim, great deal of tr
and it is hbeieved, from all reports, can b4 relied up
that therclaimants- have gained ground. meant. It will be
All the witnesses exaniiitimd have been -seeking the infor
on the side of the claimants, and the trains, and is print
State does not seem, from surface. in- There are ill
dications, disposed to use aggress- ov a million it
ivo or any other tactics in its own distributed thr
behalf. The Attortney-Goiernil stated thTer being only
that lie had no witnesses to olTor and without such lh
Senator Call, who so bitterly opposed counties, howevi
Walles, whone wired for (so it is stated) of.it. It i wdistri
replied that lie had iniportant, business statement prepa
in New"York. llowever, the commit- 1, 102, by county
tee on giving the whole question very Alaclihua, 16,.4k
careful consideration and in their re- ford, 1,605 ; Brev
port will doubtless present all the 63,075; Citrus,
fats in the case, together with proper Columbia, 2,802
deductions. Solo, 78,165; Dl)
Tallahassee has been full. of the in- 4,235; Frankli
habitants of Lake City thb past few lamnilton, 3,532
days and the, aforesaid inhabitants Hillhborough, 2
have been full of-veongeance for their Jackson, 13',00
Senator and Represqetatives, who vot- Lafayette, 39,t
ed for the now municipal charter for Lee, 41,8409; Leoi
that town. There are in this college Liberty ; Mnidiso
town two of the most sharply defined 111; Marion,
factions found In airy town 'illn Florida, 8,X56; Nassau,
Aiid considering Jacksonville and Tanm- Osceola, 12,33 ;
pa, this is sayitig a great deal. Thie 21, 500t); 'utnam,
opponenMts of the new charter niR-urchled 750; Siianta Rlo'
on the capital S6C strong, renainied here 1,4410; Siuwaminet,
three days and left a guard of a Volu-sia. 31,386
baker's dozen to hold thle fort tintil ton, 115,1314; \Va
the return of S antor Gillen, vwho is We can give
absent on comnimit tee owork connected erally, as to tihe
with State institutions at lartow an1d any particular tr
St. Petersburg. Thle bill emnibrcing airo worthless, o.
the new charter has beon signed, hlow-. so it belnooves a
over, and is. now a law, and at tlhiii exercise are ali
.stage of the game it looks a rotiough ig a homestead
the efforts of thlu delegation will be in tlhe desirable lai
vain. mnotet from railrt
Several of the Alachua county visit- elements.
ors--Ond Alachua has been somewhat The western I
promitnoent the past .week-have ro- tIhe State are aid
turned home. Among the number ing, live stock a
were Prof. JI M. Guilliams, Superin- hardy than citrus
tendent HolloWay, Colonels Sanchre, tral portion is st
Davis, Anuons and Thomras. Mrs. H. ing, trucking wi
H. MeOeay arrived in the oity today cilities permit,
from Madiull,\ where she has been at- stock; ithe soiri
tending the jia ting of the l)aughtters inng, subject to t
of thle ConfedoMDy, stand will reomilir to t.rainsportati
htere soverit day with Senator M.- semii-tropical fr
Qrearry and Master .lmer. Capt. Wil- islands and Dad
ld r has returhie~ ro~ rli work as a erallyadapted
ICiber oft the co0milttee inveati- and fruits.
gaitingphoe convict oaiNm ofthe State, ':
|'iid. agaIlu at his d4'* looing- aftpr Pon'ttwear a
ithe lnteret oftAlashaIuaaty. 'j the thousands ol
T oon(td if th oandi for Ju!, wora off than
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3,10); Orange, 33,396, kept this report from the public for so communities to neglect the improve- a ,other American beauty, Mrs. Lee
Pasco, 3,793; Plolk ; long a time, a nd it may never have seen meant of their roads and depend on the J 'dan of Augusta, Ga., a relative of
15,701 ; St. Johns, 11,- the light of publicity for if had not State and the Federal government to tlile Lee family of Virginia. Many
1n, lItOlt0; Stuntir, been repeatedly requested by those do the work for them. But this ob- very beautiful women of all nations
, 2,458; Taylor, 13,683;| who knew that such a report had been jection has proven to be purely imagi- were in the contest.
Waukulla, tl : \V;al- made, and who wanted what further nary. In no place where State aid Two thousand utch trees are to be
shiington, 1'l1,97, light otn thle question of management has been tried, has any such result ap- set out o the ite House terrae.
no information gen-1 of the Philippines as such an impor- peared. On the contrary aid from the This compliment may be in a great
charneter or value of I tait document would undoubtedly State treasury only stimulates local Thisur e mollifying tmay e n a iser Wieat-
ract. Part of the lands give. The request of the Boston Re- self-help. It arouses warm competi- helm asure mollifyingd to indue him to
r of very little value, form Club to the War Department and tion among the counties and townships try and forgive, f he can notuce fortm ,
pros| du judgmiinit in slect- of the report be sent to the prganiza- funds. Instead of sitting down and ee war r en hi
. For the most part tion, showed the P)eFartment that it folding their hands as predicted, the Dewey.
ids art more or Iss re,- would not be polite to withhold the in- local communities are raising a great When the Panama canal tr t nie
owds and populous set- forniation longer. Efforts are now deal more money under the stimulus gotiations are completed an
beUing made to belittle the evidence it of State aid thrn they did before. property of the Panama companyA
and northern piitrs of contains on the ground that it is amere A very important advantage that acquired, the United States will be-
apted to genert farm-l reiteration of facts already known, but comes from State aid' is intelligent come the owner of a railroad about
d small fruits more in addition to the charges of .wanton supervision in laying out roads. select- fifty miles long, and estimat to be
is varieties; the .een- cruelty there is the grave accusation ing materials, and in methods of con- worth $7,O00,000.
uited to general farm- thatt cotnmissary officers trafficked in struction. This may mean all the dif- -
lere transportation fi- the rice and provisions which forners feretnee between success and failure The original Declaration of Indepen.
citrus fruits and live part of the rations, and also furnished Every year millions of the people's dence is to be W en no more. An 6oder
wern portion to truck- for the famished natives of the con- hard-earned dollars are wasted, vir- ba* been issued that henceforth the.
he same hlinitat ions "aIs centration eanmps. In spite of all the tually thrown away, in fruitless at- historic manuscript shall be kept un-
on, citrus and other efforts of your correspondent to get an tempts to patch up bad roads, to fill der lock and key in a fire-proof safe.
uits, and livestock, the expression of opinion as to what mud holes and to improve roads with .n...
e count y ing, gen. course of action would .follow the -nnecessary tepi g-rades all because tA. --s uproablylthe only animal
only to truck farming charges preferred by the commanding there is no one in charge with the afind un killing-the only ans-
general, he could not get satisfactory knowledge, judgment and authority n othat killing other animals forthe
answer from otclials, high or low. In to do the work as, it ought to be done. .n f them_
worried look. Think of the course of his efforts, however, he What is said 4 A lte advantages A London.scientist h
people who are much learned the silxgflcile faet that in itate aid applied s11the mo fo forcib that germi ca dentist h diseoeredl
you. That's right, this a in otkt *:srtous difieultJa in. to tn iem ida bs hteet. will b Keep Iis in mind.ske to -.
'tc .~,trago-n .... bn "" *" sylli. the tl 'ft'aIk"i" -i e en ..i


___ VE 1A7 NVl7 sN: MAY 1.1, 190

tat attorneyhp of "WASHINGTON LETTER. Evolved, the course of the 'department
of irt hog leh.it soly (PromOur orrpondnt.) Seretarre ent.) Secretary Root: that "no further ac-
ofthe ,new' apoin tiees Washinon, D.C..h May 8.-Your tion is contemplated." ',
ttharaeter 'and ability, correspdbnent yesterday intervieWed a 'The decision of the suprert .court
hte ti me.,"of holding gentlemhii who happened to be in on the question of negro suffrage set I
s., counties, has not Washl n at this e, asking him onces onceand for all the mooted probe. Ong 2 II :, Contentio
dpn, bout it sernso hi opinion in regard, to thp crop of lem of reduction of Congressional Rep- .Betwben Ai ozua.~ad Marion.
n that the Alachu scandals in public services which have resentatives in the States which have
ed last on countof lately sprung to lightin official circles. taken the stand that they may de- IT BELQNGS TO ALACHUA
fth0, l and the This man, at one time prominently termine for themselves who are fit or ... .
'f U6neaville and of connected with one" of the depart- unfit' to constitute voters. Repre- Effort Being adebyPeople of Ma-
at anlPe tim may be t, and 'in a' position to know sentatives LivingstOh of Georgia, and ot e eT People of -
ier' discharge of the whereof he speaks, does not take, the Swamsbn of Virginiat when seen by on to Seu.Title. and. Control o
seated in this county reported investigBations, too seriously. your correspondent weioe much elated That BXdI, Which is One of the
SFor reasons that will readily be real- over the action of the supreme court Finest Fishing Grounds in Florida.
Usual custom the Son- ized he does not desire; to be directly in upholding the principle that theapparetly some disptte a
til Mondayo afternoon quoted, but since he is out of public people of the South were to determine to the title o range Lake, situat
ber of the Senators life for good, he can hold an unbiased the political status of the negro as far totween title ines of Alachua and ta
ing after important opinion of [affairs and need have' no as they were concerned. Bthof these co ies. For Aany year no
iness interests. There fear to speak his mind: He character- gentlemen see in this test the death of rin cn atiesn. For many years t o t
n the Senate and un- izes the hte and cry over the scandals the Crumpacker agitation, as any re- pArticuiar attetiofn waster paid to the
nd painstaking work as a Republican house-cleaning in or- duction of representation by the Re- excellentb6dy, of 'water so farnd, te
this body keeps well der that the partylmay present a clean publicans would simply be a recogni- ownership of title was.concerned, bitt
this. 0 i s l sheet to the people. That grave disor- tion of the principle of disfranchise- is has recently come into promi nene
that thereislittle dor do exist he does not doubt, but meant from which there could never be on account of the extensive fishing in-
n approprinatin for in that drastic reform measures will fol- an appeal, and a virtual acquiescence dustry it affords.
Sresourcesof the State low he does not believe. It was im- which the Republicans would be lo:h For the past twelve months this il-
Aouis Exposition. The possible to keep: the state of affairs to give. Nor is there any danger that dustry has been conducted' on an x.
toes not seem to lie from being known, and some dismiss- the next session of Congress will be tensive scale. Several fishermen ir
o appreciate the ad- al from the poatofe will follow, but seriously incnped to take up the dis- engaged on te lake, and it is said
per display or in any these only in the most heinous cases, cussion, for it is generally understood that the indeuTey has been a. tist
1 froni a keen and thq axe'falling, for the'moqt .part, on that the Republican party has too profitable orde The fishermen have
on f the manner in the eads of superannuated officers many dissentions within its ranks to been shippingtheir catches to variouss
4 been misrepresented and 'inoffensive w'bmen, who are not handicap the party any further by points throughout the :country. They
us fairs. workers for the party. getting the North and East embroiled catch them by.mans of baskets, nets
bed for some general The navy is still having its troubles in the race questions, which those see- and seines, and here is where the trout.
3al legislation becomes and the establishment of a general tions of the country seem bound to ble began
apparent every day, staff to look into the defects which are settle, although they have problems to I appears tat the game warden of
.of the many local every d more apparent in the con- confront them in their locality. Marion county desires to prosecute
present Legislature du6dtof e affairs of the Navy Depart- The design for the Thomas Jeffersdn the fishermen, upon the grounds that
enactment of such a ment is being urged as a cloak like, Memorial has just been published by they are violating the law, There is
very great percentage charity, to cover .ie-;m-altttude of sins the Committee of the Memorial Asso- alaw that no flshir'g by neitb shall be
introduced practically 'under theti eompeti':t regime of 'See- ideation. This monument to the mem- practiced within 'the State O Florida.
per consideration of rotary Moody. i'oreign naval officers ory of the founder of the Democracy The warden has threatened the fisher-
g the people of the are calingaPttention .to the great pro- will be erected in Washington and men with prosecution, but inasmuch as
unless some drastic portion of accidents .hich befall the will take the form of a replica of the they are following their vocation onl
the-wheelsof legisla- Amnerican vessels, and almost all re- Athenian Parthenon, acknowJedged" to what they termn Alachua county prop-
clogged as' b~dly as sulting fromnignorance either of equip- be the most beautiful and perfectly erties, they defy that officer, as he has
merit or'the fundamental priiciples of proportioned building in the world, no jurisdiction, and virtually tell him
-- navigation. 'Not long ago, there was This type of ,pure Greek architecture to "'crack his whip,"
PUBLIC LANDS.,, an epidemic, it seemed, of running our will harmonize with' the general style It is understood that a bil. is now at.
dable enterprise, for best vessels on the rocks, and at pres- ofthe -public buildings of the national Tallahassee asking that. Oranil Lake
of the general public, ent there is a plethora of accidents, capital. There will be some modifloa- is the case the decision of the Legisla-
Robinsor and Henry through. defective ordnance or care- tons from the original; for example, 'ture in the matter will be awaited with
r and receiver of the less handling of the same. The cliques the procession of Athenian youths in a great deal of interest.
id otfllc in this city, of the department, and particularly the original will be replaced with a :::- ---'- -
e prepared a -general thatwhihs absolutely controlled by historical frieze depicting the events of the whole nation. It will arouse
eage of public, lands the determination that no enlisted in the history of this country, which universal activity, "Good .Roads"
her with the nature man shall be able to work up to an of- hinged directly on the creative genius I..wll become the people's watchword
various localities as ficership, as-can be dpne in the army, of Jefferson, throughout the length and breadth of
ermined, are b.ing openly accused of much of --- G the land, A quarter of a centur-. of
vas compiled after a the responsibility of the rottenness that FIFT MILLIONS FOR GOOD work under national and State aid
ubi asdcrretd Tex-ts. ROADS. should give the United States the best
on as a correct docu- The administration is making futile When Col. Bronlow of Tennessee in- system of roads in the world instead of
I appreciated by those endeavors to keep down the Porto produced a bill in Congress appropriat- alost the worst as at present.
'mation which it on- Ricaft and Alaskan scandals, and to ing twenty million dollars as a fund to ome in the near future. Alread y
>ted below: some extent they will be able to gloss for national aid to road improvement tcome i the near future. Already
the State of Florida things ever, but with an unswerving in the Lnited States, a good many peo- Te tate isconsin, of Alabama,
cres of public lands, sense of justice the local authorities ple were startled at the size of the fig- Tennesseeor Wisco and Msin, Newsota have put
roughout the State, of Porto Rico announce that the ires. The amount, however, seems ileseu n d Minnesota have put
two couties entirely course of justice cannot be interfered very small compared with the sum theselves on record in its favor.
nids. A number of with by departmental orders from that a single State now proposes to One of the new fads is men's socks
,r. have very few acres \Vashingtoin, and announce unhesitat- raise and spend. The New York Leg- for women. There is a rumor preva-
ibutod, according to a ingly that the judicial branch of the islature has adopted a constitutional lent that some wives wear the trousers,
red by this olthien July government cannot fulfill its mission amendment proposing to raise and but no one imagined that the socks
ihs as follows: and be subservient to requests from spend live million dollars annually for would be appropriated. If the women
0; Baker, 3,303; Brad- the executive branch. ten years, or fifty million in all. continue the invasion of the wardrobe
'ard, 8t1.52t; Calhoun, On top of all this trouble from forces This amendment must pass the Legis- of the men there will be mighty few
27,350; Clay, 31,523; which the administration has nurtured, lature agau, in 1905, and then it will articles of wearing apparel that a mrn
; )ade, 128,550; De- there comes additional evidence ;o before the people for ratification or can call his own. His hat, shirt, vest,
val, 3,llt; Escambia, against Republican management in rejection. It can reasonably be ex- collar, tie and socks are gone." He has
n; (iadaden, 3,472; the report of General Miles on the pected that the measure will meet reminining his chewing tobacco and
le; Hrnando, 7,483; abuses which he found to exist in the with popular favor. The people of susp ders-not much of a layout for a "t
,058; Holmes, 1,813; Philippines. He made a tour of per- New York have given the principle of cold day.
S; Jefferson, 386; sonal inspection and has his evidence State aid a thorough trial and the
tod: Lake, 45,243; at first hand, and not from long range results have been highly satisfactory. An American girl, Miss Maud Fealy
m, 1,169; Levy, 35,682; testimony manipulated through Con- One of the objections most loudly of Denver, Colo., won 1,000 francs in
m, 3,081; Manatee, 14,- gressional investigation. It is signifl- urged against both State and nation- t o beauty contest of all nations. The
l-i3, 817;' Monroe. cant that the War Department has al aid is that it will encourage local J- ry almost decided to choose upon









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MI'CREARY.ON ROAD DISTRICTS

Wanrits theStatt Divided in This Man-
ner, So That Districts May Properly
be Cared'. for-Other Interesting
News of the 'Legislature.
Senator Blount, in thti Senate
Wednesday morning, announced that,
a. spasm of virtue existed in Peni-
sacola to soch an extent that the cir-
culation lind 'sale of newspapers was
prohibited on Sunday. He introduced
a bill to except newspapers from the
operation of the Sunday laws of the
State of Florida.
Under suspension of the rules the
bill was passed by a vote of 21 to 6,
and certified to the House,
The joint resolution calling for a
constitutional convention for the
United States relative to the election
of United States Senators by direct
vote of the people, vetoed by the Gov-
ernor on Saturday, came ip under the
orders 9f the day ; all differences had
been adjusted before the session
opened, and the matter was disposed
of by the Senate sustaining the Gov-
ernor's veto by a vote of 6 yeas, 21
riayasn the proposition, "Shall tho
joint resolution pass, the veto of the
Governor notwithstanding."
Senator Crews called 4iLHouse bill
No6 57 in the Senate this morning, and
after a short talk secured .its passage
by a unanimous vote. The bill pro-.
14.bitoi the obstruction of any county
rf settlement road, and prescribes a
petialty. Senator Creows said that,
ilumibermen wbnt, into 'the country,
felled trees across settlement and pp.i-
vite roads; and as there was no law to
protect such roads the lumbermen al-
ways refused to remove such obstruc-
tions.
SThe Senatb disposed of a number of
bills, on second reading, which wete
amended or ordered plhaed on the cal-
endar of bills on third leading.
Other measures were introduced as
follows:
' By Senator Williams-To amend
-section 8 of the laws of Florida, re-
lating to the holding of primnaries.
By Senator MeCreary-To provide
",for a division of the counties of the
State into road districts, and to pro-
vide for the appointment of commis-
sioners.
By Senator Blount-To provide for
service by publication upon parties in
certain cases.
By Senator Stockton-To regulate
the practice of embalming and to pro-
vide .for the appointment of a board of
embalming.
By Senator Faulkner--To punish
criminally any one found guilty of
esiusing the publication of false re-
ports, .
By Mr. WNP of. Hillsboro-House
bill No, 862, to nend chapter 4212 of
the laws of Florida, approved May 30,
| 808, entifted an act to better protect
,,_,'e oyster beds of this State, and to
amend chapter 1795 of the laws of
SFlorida, approved May 17, 1899, being
Entitled an act to amend section 2 of
Said chapter 4212, and to permit the
.taking of natural oysters for trans-
pVianting artificial oyster beds; re-
Sferred to the committee on fisheries.
i By Mr. Johnson of Liberty-House
Sbill No. 347, toqapply the balance of the
net proceeds arising from the collec-
tioae of the hire of State prisoners to
-the forty-fve different counties of the
| State of Florida ; referred to the com-
" mittee on miscellaneous legislation.
f l"y Mr. Blanton of Madison---House
bill No. 335, to amend section 12 of,
Chapter 5014 of the laws of Florida, ap-
Sproved May 31. 1901., relating to the
h holding of political primaries in the


, .State of Florida referred to the conm-
mittee on privileges and elections,
A ; By opkins of Leon-House bill
No a require the Supreme Court
I snd determine eases brought
fore It which have been tried before
iea in th Circuit Coirts of the
and which requireials by jury
tof a reversal of the judg-
t ered ii the lower .ort ; re-
J the committee on judiciary.
)Lr. sohnson of P0s4o--Ho "#
48, to provi e for the
-.3F ,, ,- ,
hvftw^^l,!


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COL MURRELL'S Wit

COMPLETELY RESTORED '.TO iALTH

BYTWO BOTTLES'O


PAINE'S CELERY COM POUND

vWomen who dearly love husband, anti kidney 0mpIinpiOtw, rhou nititgm
children r and home, life are' hlosewxho and neuralgia. Mrs, M' rrell says :
desir, to be vigorous, active and fall "1 do n t know how to express my
of health. When, the wife and another hearifelt thanks to "out or the benefit
is suffering, and uniabli t o minister to I has-e received from the us0 of Paine's
the wauts and comforts Of those dear OClery Compound. I had a continual
to her, the home is sad and despond- painlit tiyback,. a wtor, tired f.e.ling,
ent; there"is family, discomfort, and and was 4despndent, with noenergyto


aching hearts long for the safety of the
hoine guardian angel.
Thank heaven., toliostrlds of our
wo.ntit are now fully pre pa~i4 l for aiy I
of the ills prevalent, in' springtime.
They have uiade Paine's Celery Coin-
pound their family medicine, and
thrmigh it they are enabled to ward off
serious illness and physical breakdown.
The happy experience of Mrs. Win.
Murrell, a prominent lady of North
Asblry Park, N. J., should cheer all
wominen who now suffer foin iie-rvotus-
necs, sleeplessness, troubles arising
from sta-gnant and impure blood; liver

No. 337, making an annual appropria-
tion for'the UIniversity of Florida, att
Lake City, to make up deficit caused
by shrinkage of interest on cerLairn
bonds ; referred to the committee on'
educateLion.
By Mr. Wall of Pu'tunanu-House bill.
No. 338, to appropriate money for the
equipment of the gymnasium in con-
nection with the University of Florida;
referred to -the committee oil educa-
tion..
1 y M11 McNamnceof.tilhlsboro--House
bill .No. 264,, requiring persons, fnrma,,
corporations, as nations or their
agents doing, the btliness of. leding
o'r advancing money for wbioli, interest,
commission, inspection 'feos, .or other
remuneration as charged, secured by
mortgage, bill of sale, power of attor-
ney, or any other legal transfer of per-
sonal property as security for' any
such loans or advances; or any person,
firm,. corporation or association doing
the business of procuring any such
loans or advances for borrowers upon
any such securities, and charging such
borrowers commissions, inspection or
other fees for their services, to bay a
State licensed tax of one hundred and
fifty dollars per annum; and provide a
penalty for violation thereof; referred
to the committee on general legisla-
tion.

OMAHA TEAMSTERS' STRIKE.

Injunction by Federal Court -Entire
Police Force on Duty.
Omnaha, May 8--All the larger firms
in the city affected by the strike of
teamsters and their sympathizers pre.
pared to get their buALtess started
today under protection of the injunc-
tion Issued last night by the federal
court.
At a meeting of the Business Men's
asocLatlon lasting far into the night,
It was decided to await thA result of
the InliuotlUon before taking further
action." The restaurant men also
held a meeting, and Lt was given out
that they could do nothing until they
could move supplied of provisions.
None of the large seataurants were
open this morning and they will prob.
ably remain closed today. The sa.
loons were all closed again a-nd the
entire police force ie on duty In the
downtown districts.

Stationary' Engineers' Strike.
Chicago, May 8.-Business In the
packing house Is be ng conducted with
difficulties today dWing to the strike
of stationary eamineers which was
called without warning yesterday. B'*r.
met engineers who are now occupying
higher positions, have been called up.
on to take the places of the regular
men in some Instances and by one ex-
pedloat. or anoter.'alLof t he eight con.
cema which refused to 'Ign the scale
demanded by the strilkers, are keeping
their plants In operation pending a de-
clsion upon a plan of action. The
packers declare the new demrand-ul
8-hour day and 3714 cents an hour and
a 10-bour day made by a board of'
arbitration whose tniitbnhers were pclc.
et from men selected by th. engl-
neers.
Will Soon Settle Their Trouble
.Nw Yo",t May 8-Tlhe mesbiurs


ihove about the house or to attend to
my domestic affairs, My nerves were
all inistroing ; the slightest noise would
startle me and put me :in it trremble.
After using different ntedieines and
consulting different physicians, and
getting no relief, I took tlie advice of a
friend and tried Paine's. Celery Com-
pound. After using half a bottle I felt
so relieved that I detorined to continue
its use. Two bottles completely cured
me." I have not had the slightest pain
sinee, and T hare never -flt. better in
my life. 1 'can truthfully say that
Pasi le's Celery Compotud gives inm e-
diate relief and' makes a last g goret "


OPERATORS ARE-

VERY INDIGNANT

They Believe They Are *Falling
Victims to Turpentine Trust.'

WILL TAKE QUICK ACTION

Members of Gainesville Association Be-
lieve That Present Low Prices of
Spirits Are Attributed to Promises of
Jaicksor*ile Trust.
The turpentine operators who be-
long to the Qainesville district con-
vened in this city Thursday morning,
with perhaps the largest attendance
ever Jnowin in the history of the asso-
ciatten. The. proceedings were not
made public, but from the best infor-
mation obtainable it Is very certain
that the operators are laboring under
the impression that they are not being
treated quite fairly. They believe that
the present low price of spirits, which
has been prevailing for some time, lhai
been made possible by the Consoli.
dated Naval Stores Company of Jack-
sonville, which company, they claim,
has agreed to deliver their spirits to
exporters at Savannah prices. From
what could be learned, it is, inferred
tha a great number of the operators
have already decided to transfer their
business-to some other point.
The operators are apparently in
earnest in the matter of bettering
their present condition. They declare
there is no reason why the price of
spirits should have fa len off to such an
alarming degree, and are determined
not to become victims of what they
term a turpentine trust. Arrange-
ments have been made for a meeting
between the operators of the Gaines-
ville and Ocala associations for the
purpose of deciding on some definite
plan of action in the matter. The date
of the meeting will be determined
later.

TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

C. F, BSuggs, of Titton, 0t., accident
tally shot himself at Ilagle Lake, Pla.
Dr. Sc H. Rioce, a prominent yongi
physician, of Memphis, has committed
suicide.
The fishing schooner orgirlanA is
reported lost, with casptaula an4 crew
of 14 men.
SThe scandal in the poetofatftice d.e-
partment lsaasumtng sich proportlomns
that the adzlinistratlon ia alarmed.
The Interstate Sugar Growers' con-
ventlon is ln session at Macon. Dele-
gates are present fronm s. points of
the country-~
A stquiadron of the Seventh cavalry
In camp at Citekamauga, Will spend
:one week in Rome in June. ; A me.
.ehatts,' eiarnival and big mitllit-y prize
drill will come off at that thaB,
RIepubtelianis of Alabame .hld a con-.
terence tt Montgomery Wednesday for
the '*r.t time in.. the history of the


party, ail thea whites and lcks eat
teparit y. :
Qo~flnr JBecthtM of eowlt has
A, w ,t torre 'th of
t i*^ala Qd Aenegry n The
t l4 hWn mA4.e $e 4m.tk
,:l~~i^^A'>-^ W_, a s^^ .- ia: Rio-, ;^, ,


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DO INGS OF LEGiLAtURTEOR
SAnte a-d House Passing Time In Re-
c*iving of Bills of Various Naturoi.
e Se S -aeThu rsdayo mornug passed
the following nasures:
iaat biliemutited an &ai to Qx tRio
ly:oi the itbe'rs, officers and aY-
ot'. of the Legislature of A. D,

.iSenate bill.entitled an act forlthe ro- F
teToptf Jee alel.
*udlclar billu i vttItld linf act to punish, putrsons
propuritig by kuowinigly false repre,
ieuItatlo- the consignment of' produce
for sale.
SA Inefiorlal to thie congresss of the
United States asking that. the' lands
belonging tothe Utxited. States inl the i
State of Florida be granted to the
State for school pu rposes.
A meniorial to .oiigress asking anti
appropriation for deepening tihe elvi-
trance to t. Atdrew's Bay.
Setiaeo bill entitled all iet declaring
Shrove Tuesday, couimonly. known as
Mardi Gras, a legal holiday In certain
towns and cities in this State.
Senate bill entitled an act relative
to books and forms to be kept by cob'rn-
ty treasurers and certain other oinntyl
offlIeri, iAnd the balaincing of Saiaie.
House bill entitled an act relating to
dower and child's part in favor of
widows in llhe estate of their hus-
baids. -
.1 lIlousW.bill entitled an act providing
that any person disclosing or making
known any linsati, eollilimunltliitioll
or fate cdlning to their'attontiion or
notice by) reason of their position with
a.telephonie conlpany, or an individual
owning or operating a telephone busi-
ness, shall be guilty of a nlsdemeoiuor,
and prescribing a pontiltty therefor.,
Senate bill unitithl'd an act to abolish
the presoit, iiiunicipal goverrtent of
the town of West. Pali.leaneh, lit Dade
countyy, .1,lorida, to lgalizg the ordi;
nances,
In the House.
Mr. St. Clair-Abrans introduced in
the Hiouse a bill n.inulng appropriation
for thL transportation of tlie Florida
State troops, and for their pay and
subsistence durifig encaiipinents, or
while pairtielpating. in practice
marches, durlitg the years of .190 and
1904.
Thie bill provides that theo sum of
thirty thousand dollar, or as muph
thereof as may be necessary, be uimed,
aqd thoe ame is hereby appropriated
ftr trannportationl of the Florida State
troops and for their pay and subalt-
enco during enoainpinents or while
patrticipating in practice iirches dur-
ing the years 1903 and 1004 ; provided,
that not more than llfteen thousand
dollars lshall be expended Il any one
yeiir.
It further provides that the act
shall take elect from and after its
lasswgo and approval by their (overnor,
or upon its becoming a law without


PIGHT WAS A VIGOROUS-' ONf t

Opposing Porces Endeavoredto Have
Election Set Aside, but Efforts Weri
Fruitless-New Charter GrAntet


MIrse-J D. Stringfellow.


Private toloegranms received in this
city Friday from thosIe Attendiuig
the late )ounvelntipln of the l)augh-
ters of thi (Coi.federunty at Maudisonl,
indicated that a victory had hbeni
grinrid by the regular delegation from
Kirby Smith Chapter. Thero appears
to have been a very strong contest
aged by the mnalotntits, looking to-
Wards the disruption of the ahipteor by
an endeavor to have set aside the elec-
tion of the Kirby Smith, Chapter,
which was lm.ld a few months ago.
After full anid careful consideration
of Ilhe claims and coimlilalits lof tith
dissatisfied niember of th i chapter,
the Stato eonveintion sustained the
legality of the oloction and the status
of the chapter ofllcers.
We learn from othor sources that
the diasstialled mmberln r of Kirby
+"iili COhap)tir maldo application for a
charter with whioh to organize a new
chapt r, which was granted by the
State chapter. Ieot us hope that this
will put, tn tnd to (0hi0 nmot unupleas-
ant. icalloid 'for and diirpti0t0n11. oon,
test between idi oes hlre tofdre friends,
who,' by this uisteniming strife lave
become the ntost io it terv opponents.
In ordOr that.'itoimlght be thorough-
ly and .4e1unitely, e lightened ll the
iMuttuer.Capt, J. N. St-rtibhtar yesterday
telegrafphe4 Mrs. Strobhar, who. is a
delegate a* the convention, requitestiat
"er to wiho himn the fill status of .he'
situation, BSho replied as follows
"Conventionu refused to interfere with
Kirby Stnith Chaptor. Mrs. String
fellow granted a new charter."
'The sense of this telegram Is that
Kirby Smith Chapter secured a vIo-.
tory, In that the, State Chapter stos-
tained them inr the nmattr of an eleo,
tloniwhich.was sought'to be set aside,
It mneains, too, that a new chapter *ill
he Infetuguraited hlkie, whioh has been
designated, In the absence of a more
appropriate term, the opposing fa ttlon
of Kirby Smith.

the following, week a nllght session,
from 8 to 10, will be added.
Doctor Webb of St. Johns, hnas intro-
duced 'a bill to amiond chapter 400),
laws of Florida, relating to the pro.
teotioi of plume birds, by which lie
s8ieks to securei more effective protec-
tion for pluime and song birds of the


his approval. 'Stte.t,
There is no question that the bill t generally
willpass. If so, there will be an n- general legisla
campment of the State troops this tion of the louse, better known as the
n coinmon et 0 CiCso. committee, considered
Tomorrow boring the House will twtelve bills last night, anid has repor
consider Mr. Drane's, bill to amend ed ad versely on ten iof the twelte
section 2 of chapter 4323, Laws of Flor- mfteastlrel. Thn committee reported
Ida, establishing a flue and forfeiture fav0oibly upon a bill providing for the
fund. The bill seeks to amend tile appoirntulen't of acting State attorneys
section so as to read as follows: in certain oases, where the State'gi at*.
"The Coommissioner of Agrioulture they is lon some mtIaierl in treptedi
shall, on the first days of May and No-. The os this morin adopted
vember of each year, cormmencing sinatltutte i411 for Mr. Hodgo's bill t'o
member of each year, comnencing on regulate the cutting of turpentlnia
tilhe lrtdayo.of.May, 1903, or as soon r, th "lerting t of turpentine
thereafter as possible, file with the bozte and Wlstnng thbe .ie, f I the t
Comptroller a certified list of the State Mr, Willon's bill for the preSe
pronr nd th aoun pd nto rvation of the forests of the 8tate
prisoners and the amount paid tinto practically upon U .ilsame subject. WAS
the State treasury for the preceding mo *.j. .t, Wa
six imonithffor the service or hire of 'defi"nitey postponed
said Statei prisnoiers. Upon receipt of NOTIC.
said list thli Ooiirptroller shall cause to N othmNlr hOrgtby viven that tn th on th t y
bw prepared a statement showing tht Sltoett1,0(9eMof Atrur ae.
assessed valuation'of property in teach i out r it0 y to t
< ouAty .l( e Ai hijiti ty lorli, ,b
county as shown i y tine assesmminit .wittlorn. fot leave. ni onhrity tosl. at
roll or" file in .hi ofloti for tho assies rIb V IIiiewtoitOfid as
mnilfit ofpropertles, next preced lug the 'fOil, btl bionllt to thee aid mienoro s;4
or t .u rlaly tI irl 0t4 s' Itlllows. towt!'
first day of May and Novelmber, as1 'in6lvt W 0i Of tble'IW3 of thoNw. cus' wt10tWo.
aforesaid, anslid when .completed the; tElio ;Sth t, f'theNW4. of8 t_ teiUl
Comptroller shall draw his warrant on 'vi.Townipi ?I, ktuth, o Kt gela.is, -a-s;, con-
thie State Tteasurer in favor of the.i'n Nt' ure YA rts. 4,
county treasurer of each county for "eal aorI Atur elir ber. Lee
the proper aniount going to each ,i i 'O etitlor'l Attorney,
county in.accordance with and upon .. .
the basis the total valuations, of prop- No'rtICZ OrArtr8illMN.r.
erty.as shown by the assessment roll, Matte of l5or^ia lthih.li-trtoti Alstiun county,
aw aforeiaid, one-half of whihi sum .l. To.W L t.. JohnJoaies.
it homnn i t May Coneern:
shall go into the flue and forfeiture .Wkhre"e mitt ingrsalj;ient hi' f min malti-
11413Lilst.I jobi ,mt4 es andi hOl d- e in rd
fund of the county. The County Con- a ns Itr0w0 'ay feeus nirne .
missioners of the respective counties To John .Jo1asi: Yqu atret efiire'd to i s) aand
are authorized and eInpowered to hire to r .!, s ,jrIo J rs.6kio,
out or otherwie-onntract for the labor Sidtr ads r et w o .'
of all convicts as they may deem. ,id ; AVMAN,
visable; btle proceeds of *all nut i n Leob ioo, a hlo, iM, '.rA .Pss e4.
tracts to go to the fine. and- forfteiter An mi"TRV-A --' "
fraud, NotlseIs hberebw iyiven xitastiX otliAtSaot
For one week, on mot ion f O Mrf ,,roftwiCtsttn wreof a, at, ii
LAike, the ,ehions of the Wei'roill be o O t e wa A t Youn0.VtY, eor*
ftiom to p. ,. I ? 8 h i lastrot find0 .........
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>tatoe convention is.id to Ii l
terfbra.With Kihby.Smt.,,::


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of the Ur.ntmd .Brotherhood of Carpea,
tern. a1 A Jooiners, wh ,W-tsti rik;:

union, have met to recei epovrt
aents who Who e b bee l.ag d t* IO
'out.'.;**-. General Secretary Duiry 4
the trouble would be settledtif In fe t
Aas.inL''. Ati t balireantetww '*at (1!!
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