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
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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DAMAGE FROM FLOOD

WILL REACH $200,000

Variou" Buildings and Large
t:"Ofty of Goods Destroyed.

IT RISEE WAS VERY RAPID

.Clock in the Morning, After Four
OrS' Downpour, West Bay Street
Five Feet Under Water-Synop.
ofthe Situation.
S he Florida Ti mes-i nion of the 14th
mis up in brief tli' hollowing
,'aot regarding thi1 destructive cloud-
burt and flood whci visited that city
Wednesday:
Following an almost steady rain for
the past seven days came an almost un-
precedented downpour yesterday
mnornin. Int torrents the rain cane
down from about I u'click until alter
S o'clock.
The creeks whieh drain this vicinity
were already hlooded, and were carry-
ing as much Nwater as they could with-
out overflowing their han ks. A pecu-
liar condition in connection wiLh the
flood was the rapidity with which the.
water rose. During the heavy rmin tihe
'water was constantly rising in the
streets, and by 8 o'clock the water was
at least five feet deep on West Bay
street, and boats were the only means
of transportation. In the lower part
of town, including a part of Brooklyn,
the, water was rapidly undermining
'houses and carrying away small bridges
in tlhat part of the city.
Thle railroad yards suffered material-
ly. .The sight there beggars descrip-
tion. Far over ,he tracks and in a
great many places entering the boxcars
to destroy freight, the tlood.continued
the work of destruction, There was a
large force of men iii the yards ntider
direction of. a yard foreman, en-
deavoring to save some of the-cars froiqm
falling on their sides. It is i.qrehere
the damage was most severe. It is es-
timated that it will cost at itast $30',-
000 to repair the damage to the -tracks
alone, and the loss of freight in the,
yards will reach an enormous sum.
The wholesale warehouses were at
one time in danger. The building in
which C. W. lBartleson & Co. do busi-
ness was in the very center of the
flood, but fortLunately the water: did
t',not reach the goods st ored there. On
the McCqy creek side the building was
undermined to some extent,- and was
leaning a little last night. Mr. Bar-
tleson stated that his stock was not at
niall damge(d, and that the damage to
the building could be easily repaired.
All business with wholesale houses
was suspended for the day, as there
was no way of getting to them with
the draysor cars. It will be several
days before the business can be re-
tsumed withll some )f them on account
of the condition of tlhe tracks.
The dailmage to the stocks of some of
the small merchants on Bridge and
Bay streets will be great. In some in-
stances entire stocks of goods were to-
tally ruined. All that was saved was
the canned goods on the shelves.
There were many of the colored peo-
lle and few of the whites in the flood-
P ed districts who were driven from their
homes, and some of them lost their ef-
fects. A number of houses were un-
derminued and the damage to streets
and the city plumbing in that part of
the city will reach $20,000.


At the waterworks plant and the
electric light plant the water was over
the machinery and the plants were
compelled to shut down. The damage
to the machinery will be small, but
the loss of the shrubbery in Water-
works Park will be considerable. It
will require a great deal of work and
some time to restore the beauty of
'. that park.
i It is difficult to give the total dam-"
4age, but conservative estimates place
!t at $200,l00. This includes every-
'thing.
Low Water Ho4de Monitor Prisoner.
S' t Genleve" Mo., May 16--The mon-
Ar*XWags- apparently will remain
&r a log time. Another slight
in ti riv*r tag has. precluded
hope of her returning to St. Louas,
a ounUlng up stream how Mttle
or 9 fest of water and the menl-
draW 11 fet. Brges laden with
avO re0 aed fter MlbunkerM. B.
eell o U'. on', mate, bah
gono9Ablb dihetargW Mde t e
ft en" : bhim M hitberty


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DO YOU GET P RDPUR S

TH A LA BAC MIL AT SANTA FE
IK tia 7v^^v^ k^^M ^^f


iuu ney T ruuolc Mie s xUU Uiwfrabole.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
Killmner's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
S, Iand bladder remedy.
It la the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century; dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Ktlmer, the emi.
nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful "In promptly curlng
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid, trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not 'ec-
omrmendedifot everything but if you have kid-
ney, livpr or bladder trouble it will be found
Just theltemedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helplss too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement hps
been made by which allreaders of this paper
whoihavc rfst already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling tp ore about Swamp-Root and how to
fin4 out if you havekidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in .this paper and
send your address to i. k ..
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
ham.ton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and ome o Swamp-Raoot.
dollat sizes are sold by all rood druggistla
Don't make any mistake, but rememn-
ber the Aame, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kil-
men'' Swamp-Root,, and the address,
Binghamton. N. Y.. ofi every bottle.
CONVENTION OOL1dE CHIEFS.
1M4rney Donated to Conf dwrate Re-
union Pnid.
1e'w Orieana, May I'5.-'I'rlday WVs
the' last day of the convintito oi po-
lce chief. TIhe prOceedinaga ope
ed with the read4ng'of an intereAting
paper by Chiet( Sebastian G unthwr, of
.Lopumville, on th. e dlcatio o at the
criminal. Thn 4 U an lnteerstling 'oci-
4eBt Occurred, when ex-C.hiet R. J.
ADden., of Philhadelpha, moved btet the
Convention donate $&6 to the cooMed-
erate reunion frid. Mr. Linden said
-he was an ex-union veteran and wea
deUghted to make auPh & ,. motion.
Ct hef B. P. Icihards, of ?ewport, R.
L,. seconded the riotto'n and It was
adopted unanimously by a sBtanding
VOUe
A resolttiea w"a adopted for the
appointment of a special committee to
look after ho* matter of providing for
a policeman's exhibit at the St. Louisa
fair.

M. A 0. SITUATION IMPROVES.
Through Trains Running Between Mo-
bile and St.., Louis.
Mobile, May d1.-The men who are
being brought to Mobile by the Mo-
bile and Ohio Railroad company to
take the places of the striloere will be
quartered ia Pullman cars. Reports
received by labor agents of the oom-
pany are to the effect that many appli-
cations for employment sare being re-
ceived from men who were thrown
out of work by strlkea on other roads
"veral year ago.
tftuatlon iA imprwoviing andl that
through frekht trains are running be,
tween Mobile and Wt. Louis. One of
the striking conductors has returned
to work.
The strlk-ee claim that with this ex
ceptlon the mea are holding out atead.
asMUy..
IR'MINGSA.M'S BIG DEPOSITS.


Will Enlarge Plant and
Its Facilities.


Increase


RAIN| BENEFITS THE CROPS

The Farmers Are All Happy Now, And
Have Begun Planing Cotton and
Other Products -Work on New
School Building Soon to Begin.
Santa Fe, May 16.-It rains without
abating here. The farmers are calling
out "enough." The creeks and ponds
are full, the rivers that were so low
but a few days ago are on a boom,
The oat crop, which was so badly dam-
aged by the drouth, is showing ti.e
good effect of the rains. The farmers
are busy replanting cotton and pin-
ders* and setting' potatoes. I'pon the
whole the rain will prove a blessing.
I see there hais appeared another one
of the planets in the Central City
which seeks to throw its illumni-
nating light over all Alachua county.
I arise to ask is it one of the fixed
stars? If so, will it not get its light
from the greater light, The Se11?
A. 0. Rouse of Live Oak and Capt.
J. D. Stocktou of Jacksonville spent
the day here Friday prospecting.
E. J. Baird of the Central Ci.ty has
purchased from Edward Anderson of
Jacksonyille the saw mill here, to-
gether with the mu'es and carts, in
fact the entire outfit. e will begin
at once to operate the itill, and will
enlarge the plant by p'tti.ng in a shin-
gle mill and a planer, and also a crate
.department. The people of this coin-
munity are delightedto know that the


mill is in such safe hands, and will
be operated in the future on an honest
and business basis.
Oapt. A. W. Lord af Ri. D. Dell of
Bell were welcome visitors here Thurs-
day.
'The trustees of Santa Fe public
sohool will soon commence to.
have erected a large. aid coin-
modious building on the site
selected for the consolidated school-
The building itill be of the most mod-
ern type, with .three commodious
rooms for three departments, with a
public hall on the second iloor, which
will be used by the Odd. Fellows as a
lodge.
The writer can but coniplimeint tmhe
work that has been done one the- pjilic
road between Paradisei and La(Cr)A'se.
Road Overseer Feaster, it, see'is, on-
derstands how to make a good road
out of sand. One more working such
as lie is putting on now will make the
road to Worthington Springs oine of
the best public roads in the county,
But, alas, the log teams are now de-
stroying some of the best of his work.
Why not the commissioners extend
their experiments on this road to Wor-
thington Springs when they start their
rock road system? This road runs due
north from the Central City and would
make a most desirable drive to that
noted health resort. I would suggest,
however, that the County O6tinmission-
era experiment some on how to protect
the public roads front the depredations
of the log carts.
FILIPINO QIRL'S ORU9ADE.


Senorlta Lope Working for nd4epen-
hown at a itnng of the Clearing denoe of Her People.
House~ Aolation. Chicago, May 15.-A dispatch to
Birmingham, Ala., -May 15.-At the The Tribune from Boston says:
annual meeting of tht Clearintg Houme Senorita Clemenclsa Ilopez, the Fill.
assoelation of Birmin-gham It was de, p no girl w6oo i here to do crusade
veloped that the six banks of this city work for the Independence of her peo.
had on deposit $11,000,000. Nashville, ple has spoken for the first time in
with twice as many banks, was report. Ingllis at a antU-i-mperlalist lunchwom.
ed to hsvev the same amount on dn o de be Mald she came to make an appeal
pB4t, and Augueta, Port Worth, Knox, to Pident Rosevert.
vllle and Norfolk, with ths. same num 'Ow that General Wllen h"a epok.
ber of bank as this city, only had e," she sA&W, "it may be that some
about half as murch money on deposit Of the fear 'tll dist1Lpear that has
as Dirming-ham's banks have. hitherto prevented most of my ooun.
----- ---tren from protesting agatnat the op
Mi-taken for Burglar and Shot. pression that we are suffering tnder.
St. Abazia, Vt., May 14.-T. A. Surm. *"le only irue way is for a proper
ersU 1i, of this city, superintendent of COMnaifmlon too to the Phlippines,
motive power of the Central Vermont &pPolntted elter by oongres or p9-
railway; has been .hot and seriously IVuIy eCUargu to ascertain the reial
wounded 'In mistake for a burglar. .Mr. Iltudtio &nd the rea Mnmentslf of
Sumuorsklll had discovered a burglar yi pttob."
in his house and scaled for assltance.
Harry Hall, son of Coloniel A. A. Hall, '- Peere Proved Fatal
responded. In the darkness ea h mis. Mn"r YTprk, .ay tr --. D. M3'latlo ,
took the ot(er for the robber. Sun.- aed 86, wts actor and member 4o# ti
eroklll acked Iall with a club and '. m O _iImpany, -Wo i0
thie latter rod, soouly, but not fa. ". S tua from the rede e *
Utally woun4inSutwrskill. The tburo. day a *Wt h*agt tea osome podea
glr secaper esiesmed I ardy to Rhes,


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Those who have ever felt its keen, cutting pains, or witnessed the intense
suffering of others, know that Rheumatism is torture, and that it is right-
ly called "The King of Pain,"
All do notsuff er alike. Some are suddenly seized with the most excrucia
ting pains, and it seems every imicle and joint in the body was being torn
asunder. Others feel only occasional slight pains pr weeks or months, when
a sudden change in the weather or exposure to daiip, chilly winds or night
air brings on a fierce attack, lasting for days perhaps, and leaving the pa-
tient with a weakened constitution or crippled and deIformied for all time.
An acid, polluted condition of the blood is the cause of every form ahnd
variety of Rheumatism, Muscular, Articular, Acute, lChrontic, In tlamuuatory
and Sciatic, and the blood must be purged and purilfed bfoierethere is an
end to your aches and pains. External applications, the use of linituents and
plasters, do much toward temporary relief, hut such treat intent docs not reach
the real cause or cleanse the diseased blood ; hut '. S. S., the greatest of all
blood purifiers and tones, does cure Rheunmatisim by nntit tinI aIt neutraliz.,
ing the poisonous acids and building up the weak atid1 slut.isli 1lood. It is
Safe andreliahlein al1 fortisof Rhlulieuntism. It makes
the old Acid bllood ich, and tihe pain tortured nius-
cles and joints aretr li'eved, tlh si;Itttr(eid nerves are
made strong, and the entire systent is invitoriated aind
toned up by the use of thiis great vicetalle trembled .
If you have Rheumatism, writes, and our phly'sici ns will fitln ishi with-
out charge any information desired, and v-e will tail 'free our ook on
Rheumatism. THE SWIFT SPECiFIC CO.., ATLANTA, GA.







The2 BoB t ApSrint an. Sunmr-.or
Modicino for Bahiles (M Children.
Spring and Stlimimor bring griav, o4 anger to, Ibthioi aml ltihlro, hre
SThousan ds or litIl, oimiet (lie of bowel tro,.lc's bhi 'mgt on by oatinig
S 'inritie fruiits, vegetables et c, Serlouti resultxi often follow a sllghlt
der an ginei of i) f dieigostivo organs, liahy EHase is tlh, sast4, miost
.effect i e olid best ine(icin o for all titomneh aid hbovl troibtlett of
babie s and child rone. Pleasant in taste-ctiIldrn it o it,

25 CENTS FOR LARGE BOTTLE
If your druggist haltn't it, wrtoe to tihe mltitfifaiturer,
T. P. MARSHALL, MACON, GA.
Ask about the FREE GOL.( PIPG ofter.


c^ure0 contlpation
by agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat- -
ural agitation caused by cathartics,, compels
contihual and Increasing doses to
atta0 a the results.

'*01 acts 01)o the
liver; cures MChilli
,, and PFever, and every form of
Malarial. Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
Smilttlng F'evers, and, by going to the seat of the
Trouble, works permanent cure.
S FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLi.

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Thb Jao asd Kof Tramd a Npoefal oesutare o* Mo y Myjusines.
la sanding yor order Iw Ita venoou. mloeu ab to covEr th*co tt of jugm, Hai Kgallrn Jus0
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s el fnor tbIeIksr),y and usti r wFta key than ay ]boue In nirit, because I rive
good bonmest goeds anid 'tu1 meseur.
A trial order wilt conitefl youa hat we "r retb people 'Termsi acost with ordS.
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4ie Ofs Stay With Him.

1 L, A.tAHAS$EE NEEDS BIG SUM

The ,'II ought to be' Passed Was One,
V tt ioisngthe Issuance of $ 100,-,
S 000 dtrids, BalM. Mr. Wall Amended
4" pumnrit to Double Amount, ,
*the Senate Wednebday morning
Statior MacWillianms introduced a bill
be entitled anwactloreating a board
| o mmissioners of Sftate roads, pro-
.0viinggfor tle' constrution and bpild-
ing of a system of paved,, macadamized
r. other hard-surface $tateo 'roads in'
this State; empowering said board to
S einpoy assistance; creating a 'State'
Soads fund ;" authorizing said board
'toaccept contributions in aid of' cini-
struetion and building of roads; pro-
viding' for .the employment of' the"


State convicts on the public rJads- uni
tder such rules and regulations and
conditions as the Legislature may
hereafter prescribe.
In the House.
While the House was sleepily con-
sidering a bill to authorize the city
of Tallahassee to bond in the sum of
$100,000 for municipal improvements
this afternoon, Mr, Wall of Putnam
Hall offered in amendment to increase
the amount to bond to $200,006.'
Mr. Wall said that .the oity really
should spend that amount, and even
,at that the sum would not be suffleitnt
'to provide all the needed improve-
. Onents. ..
Leod county was not represented on
the floor and other members evident-
ly anxious, for something to do,
promptly adopted thi aniendmenilt.
Any one fanmitar ~Jth the work
necessary to engineer a bonding propo,,
sitin nnhrough itsmany devious ways
can realize the trouble such action,
wogid create. It required consider,
able time ind trouble t6 uido what,
had been done ift a moment. The
bill, was then passed by a vote of 60
toO. .
Other bills passed by the House: in-
cloded' the following:
An Aot to authorize city and town
authorities iti theo Stte to contract
with ihdtviduals, companies or corpora-
tionsB ftii1he gntlherin g andl iHisnosal n0f


*' I suffered terribly. and was eo-
tremely w ak for 12 years, The
doctors said my blood was 411
turning to water. At last I tried
Ayer's Sarsaparilla and .was soon
eating all rieht aa n."
Mrs. J, V. Plala, Hadlyme, Ct.

Nomatter how long you
have been ill, nor how
poorly e yot may be today,
Ayr as S narstopa filla is othe
b gti;medicine you Can
te afor purifying and en-
richidg t blood.
h Don't doubt it, put your
whole: trugt in it, throw
away everything else.
i, 6a bottle. All druggists.
,Ast your doctor what he thinks of Ayer'
araptlln. He know allaboutthlias rad
old rainly e srioloe. Follow hies oasvi e4
C AVl Co., LowsU, MHa.

THIS LAD WAS FORTUNATE.

Secured .Appointment to U. S., Naval
Academy at Annapolis, .Md.,
Through a combination of good for-
tune and pure integrity, Harvey W.
McOprriack, a Gainesville lad, has
received the appointment of a cadet-
ship at the United States Naval Acad-
emy, Ainapolis, Md. This is quite a
compliment to the young man, since
he won the honor in a competitive ex-
amination with seven applicants, re.
costly held at Tallahassee. Hi de.
serves the comiplimnts he is now re-
ceiving at the hands ofhise numerous
friends. It ia said that Mr. Mecur-
maqk was two years the Junior of any
appFicant in the examination. He is ay
pupil of theoGainesville Graded and
Highi s,0ool, and Thursday morning
.when lie entered the school room, the
entire o faculty and body of students
honored him wivh .dheers, which he
acknowledged with that modesty and
grace whih has made him a favorite
among his friends.,
A Little Early Riser
Now and then at bedtilne will cure
constipation, biliousness and. liver
troubles. DOoWltt's Little Early
Rls'ers are the famous little pills that
cure by arousing tho secretionss, mov-
ing tho bowels gently, yet effectually,
and giving sueih tone and strength to
the glauds of the stomach and liver
that.tho endso of, the trouble is re-


5EF.


SA SOCIETiES
B AD A BIG TiI


Their Annual Reception and Ban--
quet a Swell Affair.

A GREAT MANY WERE PRESENT

Function Consisted of Various Games,
Speeches and Toasts, and an Elegant
Spread--Most Successful Affair pf
Its Kind Ever Held.
Tile members of the Hermean and
Perielean Societies of East Florida
Setininary entertained themselves and
invited guests in a most royal manner
at thebarracks Friday night, and on this
occasion did themselves proud. The
affair was most elaborate 'one,' and
all who had the good fortune to attend
pronounce it by far the most enjoyable
and successful similar entertainment
ever given by the societies..
The banquet was held on the spacious
college campus, and the menu consist-
ed of almost every imaginable deli-
cacy. For the occasion Cadet Lieu-
tenant H. Fred Smith, in a most unique.
ahd clever manner, acted as toastmas-
ter, and-the toasts were delivered by
Col. J. M. Guilliams, superintendent,
of the school, and Col. W. N. .Hughes,
Miss Susie Hunter, Capt., B. MeG.
West and Oaptain Geo. M. Lynch in,
the order named.
As a toastmaster Lieutenant Smith
proved a great success, and the Her-
mean Society, of which he is president,
feels a great pride in him.
GREAT..Y AALARMED
By a Persisterit. Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, S. C.', had been'troubled
for four or five years with a continu-
,ous 'cough which he says, "greatly'
alarmed me,cauhing me tofear that I
was in the first stage of consumptionn"
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertied, con-
eluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
change and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size, was perma-
nently. cured."' Sold by all druggists
and medidineconipanies.
FUNERAL OF MRS.-BRYSON.

Many Friends Attend the Last Sad
Rites of This Noble Character.


moveaentirely,f ant ir their use ison- The funeral services over the re-
garg. tinuedfora.few daysathere willbe no in of Mrs. Mary A, Bryson, who
An act to amend ant act, entitled *'an return of the complaint. Sold by mains of Mrs. Mary Ao Bryson, who
act to mend section 2317 of the re- Bodiford & McCollum. died at the hdmo of her daughter,
vised statutes of the State oif lorida, A PLEASANT AFTERNOON Mrs. M. Albert OJonts, wereconduoted
relating to the disposition of proceeds from the residence at 2:30 o'clock
atIg fhurpday afternoon, Rrv. E. P. Crane
of life insurance," approved June 14, Spent by 20th Century Club' at Home Thursdayy afternoon, Rev. E. P. Crane
1897, being chalpt(r 4555, laws of Flor- of Mrs. Cannon. of the Presbyterian church officiating,
Ida, The 20th Uentury Club met at the First Rev J, olly of th
An act to provide for tho approval of residence of Mrs. E. E. Cannon Mon- interment was ade in Eveurch.
bonds in criminal cases before the day afternoon last.at 4 'o'clock.
courts of county judges and, justices of Notwithstanding the disagreeable friends followe d the remaiconcouthe

Athe peac re vkweather, quite a n t er of the ien- last, resting place. The floral decora-
An act to revo and abolish th bers were present. A part of the mu- tions were elaborate and beautiful,
present municipal government of the sic of the program was obliged to be handsome casket and grave being
town of New Smyrna, and to organize omitted, as one or two of th ladies thcomplendsotely cavket and grave be
a olty government for the said town. were not, able to attend. The one vo- he pallbearers were J. F. Bunch,
An act making an appropriation of cal solo witas immensely appreciated. M.B. Saunders, Ferdinand Bayer, J.
.17,000 for fixtures, furniture and car- Longfellow was the subject of study.. H. Vidal, P. Carteand D. E.
pets for the use of the legislative, ex- A biographical sketch of thu poet and odwin. Robt. McClellr anha harge
utive and udicial oilers in the the t)pers upon Evangeoline and Hia- of the funeral. Mclellan had charge
State capitol. watha were extremely flie.
'Several bills on second reading woer After a most pleasant afternoon the Spring Ailments.
considered o club adjourned until May 25. Notice There is an aching and tired feeling;
ures When Doctors of tFal. place of meeting will be given the liver, bowels and kidneys become
Mrs. Frank OChasson, 'attorson, la.,. sluggish and inactive, the digestion
writes June 8th, 1001) : "1 had malaria From a Cat Scratch impaired, with little or no appetite, no
fever in very bad form, was under On the arm, to the worst sort of a ambition for anything, and a feeling
fever in vry bad form, was under r oi t t that the whole body and mind nee:s
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I urn, stonreong up. or boil, Dheitt' Witch rouble is, that dur-
stopped taking their niedicine tmhe fever hItazel Salve is a quick cure. In buying ing winter, there has been an accumu-=
would return. I used a siin>ple b \'itech azel Smalve., he part iular to lotion of wste matter in the system.
would Herbine, Ifoundseitd al Te get' Del t itt.'s-this is the salve that l Herbine will'remove it, secure to the'
of ughterbine found its, held e. Thel heals without leaving a soar. A srlo- secretions ia right exit, and by its tonic
ured twoe. fotl rate, which cl to yoty ifi for blind, bleeding, itehig ad etTect, fully restore the wasted tissues
furnishin. uch l spl i t oyiuinrot riding piles. Sold by Bodiford & and give strength ili place of weakness.
fornishin' such mu spi lti u Itt niethll i n leil l n.c at Joh nsomihros.
and canr honestly reconimend it, to l0uic at Johnson iros.
those suffering from malariti, as it. will Miss LaFohtisee Entertains. Will Erect Residence.
turly at Johnson liro. ot liner usually hospitablle and clever T. W. Shanlds, the extensive naval
t.... at.... -. Imainer Miss l.ulu I.nF The Work is Progressing. ed by her sisters, Mrs. Ella ial'. Hamn- family of, whomn resides in this city, has
The work of numl.ering the houses ilto ntut' Miss Kittio La l"ontisee, etni. altarently become tired of paying
apropos the setcuring of a system in of free tertained thie lnt'mhbers of thm Youtilg rents to a landlord, and has according-
mail delivery has begun in earliest, L.ad'ies' ('ard 'b 'l'hursday after- ly ydecidld to erect a fine residence on
and witiiin the next. thirty days it is 0oon, 1.]oper avenue. hiast Gainesville.
calculated that 'very residence and Progressive Whist was the attrae- he inaterial for this building is now
business house wiill iavo beenproperly tion of) the afternoon. ''here were being delivered and work will begin
designated by nuinber. This will tuf- seven tables, and at the close of a moitst in a few days. It is said Mr. Shands
ford toOa'nesvilh a metropolitan air enthusiastic and, spirited gome, the intends the erection of a house that
and will greatly facilitate the tras- prize, a bQautiful white gatizefan, was will be an ornament to that section of
'action of business in every way.. awarded to Mrs. J. F. MKinstry, Jr. tlie city bl wiait will be located.
The X-Rays. ielicious refreshliuonts, consisting World Wide Re aion-
Reoont experniments, by practical of orange sherhet and a varied assort- Wor d Wide Reputation.
tests and xamnlation with the. aid of ment of cakes were served. The sher- whites ream Verinfuge has
the X- ay s establish as, a fact that bet was uniatiqly served in the oranino achieved a world wide reputation as
oatarrh of the1. stomaeb i ot a disease ritd, m new loature i that direction being the best of all worm deatroyers,
of Itelf, but that"it rCe0.ulte frotmi "re" '<' and for 'its tonica ,,zin, e on taiu rw and
ted attaekstOf ltudirstlo. "Hlow For Over Sixty Years untrifty ,t 0 "
Cure My Ind.g 0t]on Kgd1o Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sytup-hag. acidity or sournessof thes.,
0pepsa Cureu s ing-tbonsands. been used by children while teething, provestheir dige"o41 n
Z~'~J~l cure you of Itd| [ott anddys.. It soothe s the child, softens the' gus rioh of food, stgt
h. KodOId i04 0: IaYOU lthie best reiedy fordi= lrirh i. Twen. Ielth v igo tt a ot,

U -olluA, ` $I. ro.ughoutiftheo, ,.
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Ta Like

a Comet,
S\in the sky cormea
the star of health
to the weak and
famous remedy wary despon-
des f torhe sth-om- A de yspaptic.
sch that which It curing all
U unable to dofor s atom ac h
Itself, even If but troubles and
slightly 'disordered digestive
r overburdened. disorders.

Kodol
supplies i th e. natural
juices of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
the. inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organtsre allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
Indigestion, flatulence,
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the atom-
aoh and digestive organs.


K6d Dyspepsia C
yourDealer Cau Supply You,
Bottles only. $1.00. Size holding 2%i ties
the trial ize, which sellsfor 50c.
h.,rwsl wby 6. DWiT 4 CO. C CAOO.


BODIFORD & McCQOIUi.


TOOK RAMSEY'S GOODS.


Thief Entered Store of 'Prosperous
North Gainesville Melchant.'
Several months ago the thriving su-
burb of North Gainesville. was infested
with chicken thieves-and they were
not particular whose chickens they
got, nor how fine the- breed. They
were an accommodating lot, however,
and to avoid jealousy or hard feelings
between the good people" of North
Qaineaville they paid nearly, all the
fowl houses a visit from time to time.'
This gang was finally broken up, and
since that tiehe matters have been
rocking along smoothly in that locality
until Wednesday night, when a thief
entered the store of Henry Ramsey
and helped himself to the good things
in groceries kept by that merchant.
Mr. Ramsey stated that he heard a
noise about 10 o'clock Wednesday
night, but did not investigate, as he la-
bored under the impression that it was
dogs or cats.
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven Jays the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lose two pounds of worrinont tissue,
This waste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength kept up with-
out perfect digestion. When the
stomach and digestive organs fail to
perform their functions, the strength
lets down, health gives way, and dis-
ease sets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
enables the stomach and digestive or-
gans to digest and assimilate all of the
wholesome food that may be eaten
into the kind of blood that rebuilds the
tissues and protects -'the health and
strength of the mind and body. Ko-
dol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles. It is an ideal
spring tonic. Sold by Bodiford & Mo-
Collum.
MR. ELLIS HAS BEEN GOOD.
City Tax Collector's Leniency Will
Reach Its Limit on the 25th Inst.
"I have been mighty lenient with
the good people of Gainesville in the
matter of extending time on their
taxes, and I want you to make notice
that this will positively be the last
warning," remarked City Tax Collect-
or Ellis Thursday morning.
Mr. Ellis desires to state that he will
turn over the delinquent list to The
Sun for publication on the 25th inst.,
and afLer the same loaves his. hands
he is no longer responsible and will
refuse to accept any payment of taxes.-
The taxpayers appreciate his leniency
and will no doubt enrich his receipts
before the list shall have been turned
in for publication.'
A Farmer "Straightened Out ,
"A man living on a farm near here
cnme in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatiasm. I haid,
ed him a bottle of Chatalerlain's Pain
Balm :and told him to u'" it freely -and
if not satisfied after, using It he need
rnot i.ara cent for it,4" 0'sa' 0. P. I.ay-
der, of Pattest Mlls'. "" tee
d4s later he walked n.o the s|iore -a
straight aM a string aJnd sbaae awea


' R''- -ALEI- SAW M

Burnett Ralx Fell UAgainst aSaw
and Sustained Wounds.

TWO OF HIS RIBS WERE SEVERED:

Young Man Taken to the Home of His ,'.
Sister at Archer, Where He is Now.
Under. Care of a Physician-'Other
Njtes of Interest.
Archer, May 15.'-Quite a serious.ad-.
cident happened,'to Burnett Rain at
Raleigh yesterday. Burnett, who ,was
working at Cone's saw r-til, by some
means got backed up against the but.-
tinlg saw, the saw cutting a gash. ten
inches long jin. his back, severing a
couple of rir be-'lHe was brought to
Archer an|1 the home of his
sister, MrLajxpd is now under.
the treatDePass. He is
doing as wI)law.4aia be expected.
Mr. and Mrs:fitalen of Boston, Mass., ',
arrived yesterday on telegram from
their son, who is quite sick at the
Magnolia Hotel. They found the pa- .


"tient somewhat better.
Airs. Clinton Bogue and children of'
Tampa are visiting her parents; Mr,,'
and Mrs. Seth Brown.
Rev. Mr. Milne of Michnopy has
been secured as pastor of the Presby-,
terian church at this place. He will
preach two Sundays each month., The
church here has been without a pastor
for some time, and the securing of Mr.
Milne is very acceptable to the meni-
bership.
Mrs. Turnibull, nee Carrie Belle
Tucker, and child, who have been
visiting the family of C. W. Bauknight,


have left for their home in Monticello.
MR. MARION T. DO(G.
Death' of a Highly Esteemed and
Skilled Marhire Engineer.
The Charleston News aid Courier of
a recent date has the following to say."
relative to the death of a relative of'
James Doig of this city:
'Mr. MarionT. XDoig, who died here
yesterday,was well known and admired
in maritinime circles at this port. He
had been for many years in the steam-
boat service in the capacity of chief
engineer and until recently was in the
employ of the Charleston Consolidated
Railway Company. He was a capable
machinist and a good and useful citi-
zen, popular with everyone that knew
him and devotedly attached to the best
interests of Charleston, one of the
worthiest of whose sons lie proved him-
self to be. Mr. Doig was agreeable in
manner, warm-hearted, charitable and
true. His death is deeply lamented
by his brother engineers and many oth-
ers in this community.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum-
moned. A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept at hand. The
risk is too great foc any one to take.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
saved the lives of more people and re-
lieved more pain and suffering than'"---
any other medicine in use. It can al-
w:.ys be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists and medicine companies.
Burglars are at Work.
V.'hen a burglar stoops so low as to
practice his avocationi on a minister of
tht gospel lihe is at hiR last end when it
comes to principle. Two branches of
the profession-the newspaper man
and the pastor-should be exempted
from the burglar's list of victims, and
a burglar who would invade the home
of either is no gentleman.
Rev. R. D. McLin, pastor of the col-
ored Methodist church at the corner of
West Seminary and North Garden
streets, has been the victim'of robbery
Tuesday afternoon, while his children
were playing about "the premises, a
burglar entered the house, opened a .
trunk 'and took therefrom union
savings bank containing about 'io
small silver change. Pearson i' |
stated esterday that he hado ea
who the thlef could have been,'bUt ia '
future, to make doubly '..sure that h,".
money is safe, he proposes to ke-pi
in something more secure 'than a Uito
savings bank.
For Those Who Lv mP...
Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ill., write:
ave used Ballard's SnoW Ii
im reconreommend ito-oy fria
Iat nldeit there nfQ
live 0o )m. i, are eapel'aJ"

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SPRING TERM OF

COURT ADJOURNS

Grand Jury Returned Indictment
and Preseutmuents Yesterday.

A CALL FOR SPECIAL TERM

His Honor Judge Wills Believes Tha
the Condition of the Crim-ninal Dock
et Demands it, and Has Ordered
Special Session to Convene. June IO
I The fourthi l;y (of lit, .spring sessiotl
of the circuit court for the Eighth ,Ju
dicial Circuit was called to order at
o'clock Friday miorniig, His Hlono
'Judge \ills pr-siding.
'Tilt. follow, wilg for various roa.
S ltas ar' tnol prossd
State vs. A. U. l illeary, selling
liquor without license ; State vs. 0. L
Rodgers, selling liquor without license
State vs. Win. tlippard and Smar
Brown, inalicious inischief; State vs
Fred Reiithart, selling liquor without
license ; State vs. James Reed and
Walter Reed, assault with intently to
murder; State vs. J. M. Canty, 'Jr.
defamation of character ; Statt) vs,. Wmh
H odge, grand larceny ; State vs. Philip
S Warren, assault with intent to niur-
der.
Thei grand jury canie into open court
and rendeIred the -following indict'

State vs. Rogers Mitchell, assatiul
with intent to murder; State vs. .Jas
Nash, assaulL witli intent to murder
State vs. Stephlen Tiintnons, murder
State vs. ilinkey Jones, murder; Stat(
S s., Lewis Paulling, obtaining monew]
-i ndor false preteitse; State vs. Freder
iak'WlHsorn, selling, liquor without li-
cen,'b6 State vs. Fagw4 Seymour, rour.
der; Stata vs. Julia Williams, assault
with inLtet to mnurder,4 State vs. Hayer
Hawes, assault with 'intent to murder
State vs. Williiam Cromiiwell, aggra
vated assault .
Defendants in above causes, with thl
exception of William Croniwell, were
arraigned and pleaded not guilty.
The grand jury made the following
presentment:
The Presentment.
In Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Cireui'
of Florida.
To Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge Presiding
The grand jury emnpanelled and
drawn for this term of the court, hav
iing concluded our labors, lbeg leave to
submit this cur general presentment
We nre glad to be able to 'state tha
there has been a less number of criim
inal cases demanding our attention
than for a long period, arid therefore
we have l)een able to complete ou
labors inr tlhe short space of three days
Many of us remember when but a few
years ago the sessions of the grand jur
lasted from two t< three weeks. Thit
in our opinion, is attributed not alona
to the da 'rease in crime, but also t
greater cure in the selection of juror
and having the assistance" of experi
eniced officers
y We have found bills in all cases corn
Sing before its when in our opinion th<
proofs would warrant a conviction
i : hen there was not sufficient proo
we have referred some of the cases t<
thl grand jury we understand wil
soon be called, and in others have re.
turned no true bill. We heartily ap
prove of Your Honor's determination


to hold a special term-of the court for
the trial of the criminal cases, andc
think that a grand jury will find plenty
needing their attention.
In view of the information we have
that a special tern will be held earl]
Sin the coming month, we have not
thought it prudent or necessary to un
dertake the investigation of public of
flces and public affairs, but will leav<
that for them to do.
We wish to extend to Your Honor
thanks for your courteous treatmen
and to the- incoming State's attorney
for a atance rendered ua during out
dft Iberations, also to the present
State's attorney for the readiness with
which lie has waited upon us', and foi
not keeping as delayed: a single in-
.I staant during the term; also to the oth
er officers of the court for courteLiei
Sen tended us, and now ask to be die
Shared. 0. D. Woon, Foreman,,
W. I H., Tvupcta; Olerk: .
The gradA Julay having completed its
s 4 no (rther buinesmei befit
S rn adjtoutniim t wai

F eWW for Special Ter6m.
Slloilawing order, issued by Hii
Isade Willa tolaine Itself


TI I" GAINEVlL.E SUtN:1 MAY



; PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND


Saved the Life of Mrs. Thos. Wileman,

Bardsdale, Cal.



t The Life-Giving Compound Tiadt Wives and
Mothers Most Need ihr 'ay.
d
Paine's Celery Compotuid does a won-ielears the iauddy, unhealthy skin, it
drous work for sick and haiif dead wo- gives ai iaicriease ii weight, iand more
men ili May. The conditions of winter refreshing sleep. Whatever be your
have beein detrimental to the health of condition, unhappy sufferer, we give
) women atnd,, girls everywhere ; they youe a.blessed assutratnc or a itnw itdi
r have declined in nervous vigor, thie, lasting health through the use of
blood is reeking with impurities, the Paitie's Celery (aotnl>uiound. .Mrs. Tluos.
" excrtory organis do not perform their Wilcrian, Balrksdale, C1il.. writes for
work", anid the digestive machinery is a iling And broken-down wolileni as ft(4-
9 sadly out of gear. The human mainlinah lows: "I began using Paline' t Celery
. must, le cleatsed, repaired, and Cotnmpound about six years ago. I had
strengthened if May. Paine's Celery severe attacks of sick headache, witl
t Comnpourid does the work surprisingly sick stomach and vomiting. My friend l


, fast, and gives a guarantee of pernia-
net health alnd lobig life. It is the one
7, spring medicine that truly ntourishes,.
) regulates, and invigorates the entire
nervous system, from the brain to the
. minuttest, nerve filaments. It gives a
Sfull,-ich supply of energizing blood, it

the'special' session,
t The order.,reads as 6loWs :
" In the Circuit' Court, .Eighth' Judicial
Circuit of the Stat'o of Florida, in
L and for the Coutnty of Alachua. '
It appeari-g to the court that there
are a large number of erimlinal cases
;' iow pending rti this court, and not dis-
e posed of, and it appearing in the judg-
nment of this court that the public wel-
fare and the cause of'justice requires
- the holldiig of a special term of this
court for the trial of said cases ; it is
t ordered that a special terin of the cir-
s c-uiteouit for the Eighth' judicial citr-
' cuit of the State of Florida in and foik
SAlachua county be held in said county,
to.coinmaence on Wednesday, the tenth
day of June, A. D., 1908, at 11 o'clock
Sa. m. of said day. The clerk ot this
court is directed to draw the names of
g thirty. persons to serve as grand and
petit Jurors in the manner provided by.
law for said special termn of the court,
Sand issue a venire for the same.
SJ. T. WILLS, Judge.
May 15th, 1908.
: CHARGE D WITH BIGAMY.

SDeerted Wife Wants Husband Tried
o on that Accusation.
Chbogo, May 15.-The T'ribune toi
t day says:
A deserted wife last night confront-
n ed Harola C. Re~al, wwho is acun ,l
, by M'il Laura Stickler of luring her
r to the NewxILrt H otel, whbero she fell
from the third story window In an at-
temnpt to escape.
",He is Harold C. Mills," sald the
Y wife, "We we-e married Ocjt, 210 last.
s I suspect that ho is a bigamist, and
e I want him tried on that ch-argK;"
o Harold C. Mills, was the president
s of the Gurantee Home S(eurity corn-'
- pany a-xd he adsappiearetd on New
Year's day. Dete-ctivea ropretenting
. a thousands tockholderso searched for
e hir without success. He left Chica-
go, he salt-, lto negotiate a loan In
' Itatalo. Since then his whereabouts
had been unknown until Mrs. Mill:;
)o appeared last night at the Harrisocn
1 street police statioa, where he is a
Sprisoner.
Mrs. M1ilU says that she has re-
ScivedI letters which Indicate that the
r mann had been married In Detroit,
SPttaburg and St. Louis. He came to
SChicago fro1' S&t. IotAis; whiWoe he was
envgagexi in the picture buadine&a.
Reed or Mllts represented hlms lf,.
e bis wife sald, as boing & son of H1or-
y ace Mills, a mlltontlre lumber meor-
t chant of Bufflelo. He also eald that
- h- was related to 'thi J3owetta of tbht
. city.
e --* i-------^.---
COTTON STILL SOARIlI,
t Advances Caused by Sensational LUv.
*rpoo4 Reporta.
r w Or. eat&U, Ma.y 16.-On a wlld
Snd Irretgular opea1ng In ft2 cotton
t mmaket thMi moruingl, uIl ottions
Swent to 12 cents, silng 21_ pofatos
r f) trom 11.78 M the cloing y otrduy.
. In other opteie, Auagut avanoe 20
. Pelnta to it.31 an ud Sept~enbr ad-
s Vanced 11 print to ,87i".
. i adiance was caused by the son-
setliaMl sports frola ULvetpool wheie.
de.palJna aborts lx an effort to cov-
ar before. prices should go to a enl-
a Ieky level, bought 20, 00i .oti. of ipote
(g ooft<* t an apol-cr of tO1 polnta and

1acaJ short.. becaaB eiitttaHy fr Uned and eagerly bonfht every or t
" trant tiUrwn ihto the ring by the- 'rMa
Suia tof the lon side.: Ins pitte ot


thought I could not live long, but
Paine's Celery Compotiud ct'red me.
I am now ablo to do all 'y owtn houls-
hold duties for a family of nine, atnd 1
can recommend Paine's ('ela ry Coin-
pound to any one isuifering as I did with
sick and nervous headache."

A DELIGHTFUL WEDDING.

Mr. Turner Brewer and Miss Willie
oyers Happily United.
One.of, tthe most delightful socini
functions transpiring in th is city for
son0r time was the weddingg of Mlr,
Turner brewer of Waydrost, Ga., and
Miss Willie Ellen Moyers of this city,
which. happy-event transpired at the
home of the bride's parents,- Mr, and
Mrs. George W. .Moyers, West Maint
street 'North, at 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, Rev. W. J. Carpenter of
Kavanaugh Methodist church officiat.
ing..
The function wgs what. might be
termed a private one, only about
twenty-five guests, intimate friends
and" relatives of thecontracting parties,
being preant.
The bridal party entered the room
promptly at the appointed hour to tlhe
tune of Mendelssohn's wedding narch,
played by Mrs~. Truss Denby. The
ceremony was most impressive, at the
conclusion of which the couple received
the hearty congratulations of those
present. The rooms were beautifully
decorated in a manner appropriate to
the occasion.
Immediately after the ceremony re-
freshmients were served which were
as bountiful as they were delicious.
In a few remarks lion. lenry 8.
Chubb, with that rich strain"'of clo-
qcuonce for which he is noted, proposed
a toast for the happy pair, in which itll l
joined.
A unique feature of the occasion was
the fact that the bridlo was attired
in a traveling gown of Confederate,
gray which was preseiited to her lhby
iher father, and which Was woven lay
the samne mill in Charlottesville, Van.
which made the uniformns for the C(on-
federate army during the civil war.
This costume was all the- more fitting
and novel, since the bride has been for
so many yearn a loyal member of the
Daugliters of the Confederacy, a great-
er part of which time shte has been re-
cording secretary of Kitby Smith
Chapter. She is a lady of most aniri-
able disposition, and is very popular
not only among the nmeinbers of Kirby
Smith, but with everyone who has havd
the honor of her acquaintance. Shei
will be greatly missed in society and
church work, but her friends will be
gratified to learn that he .will con-
tinue to reside in (Tainesville.
Mr. Brewer is the traveling repre-
sentative of the Kalola Company, Sa-
vannah. He is a native (leorgian,. but
Ilas been visiting Gainesvllle for
the past twelve months. He is a
young man of exceptionally fine char-
acter, and numbers his friends only by
his acqua ntances. "
Mr. and Mrs. Brewer departed over
the Atlantic Coast Line for Jackson-
ville, .Wayeroiss and Savannah bn a
short bridal trip. They expect, how-
ever, to spend the next three months
in Wiaycros, but will make Gainey-
vile tbeir future home.
To the happy couple Th' ,io"n, with
other friends, extends hearty oongratu-

PoI.. G"uaile' Subway.,
Iw York, Mr l5.--- Wm wy
a rectoni b n tof- to loy


18, 1903





HIG


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VILL BE

HLY HONORED


Hois, R. W. vIs a"di I. L. delciat i F4
Williams Will be iu Atteinduce. POTASH

THEY WILL DELIVER A)ADRElS9SES

Exercises Will be Held Q.uly One Even- is just ts danRerous as a
inp, Friday, May 22, but Promiso to ch ain with cracked link.
be the Most Enjoyable the School
Has Ever Had.
A~ ninaonced last Sulday i throkta1h
theso olumins th ti'term of the i'- o"r t"Ou r m umnitlbokiare
ville (raided niUd IIiglh Slhool will close, J ftllt deb r Y0' l
tilt Miay 2211t. ( On thoe evening oft this T t,' yre 'VAt,.end vu talat
day the it' o et' ent't exorcists will 611iii s..Ik 1 O%% K ,
take phI Ie at 1, lthe A tuditori.tia. I :tast eN1486
yoeart.h otto xtr(,isae, ,oitll ti'll dI i hi rouIga-
out it whole wteek anid were .eljoyetd by
aill; buit this yearlthti nianageint titde-
cideol to conduct, the regular work of ---" ....-- ..
the school up to the last dny-~tlihe reby
giving trhe sit itde alln opportLunity tol
better plrpare tlht'ito'.lves for tiiork ili
Iliglier grades Inext loar'.
The fact that tIo-. t, R A. I)nlvisand
M. LI. Villiatms. tIha wahonra I-1loridat
does lnt co Main nore a y eoinplikht d
oraloro, will nuako 'a>ddressoe, will ais- Seeds'
strat onte oif the lo rtit delightful IOVn- iln b
ing etrtti oiert wittvsstd byltota i ti.
< y Irilfda tfu'r i l ito houk i!e IliMi
il Ijeiulople or (iaiuesvill- i t&. Sr t o
The c',ereises iro adlvbrti Aed t itio t l illi
'gin proitpMtly itt 8 o' l te a. t.. Fil y M0t*a,
MEETING O, PRESBYTERY ert.l ,

Was Held at Manse Thu sday E eni 'h
Id. Important .Butnes s Transacted. S. 11ACK ER & SON
Theard wasqaian Irtiportlnt ineetii g of
the Ireibytery (if haio nStwanio il thiti On AN uId PrAn'It l rtI 1M O
city Ti'lttirsday afternoon, llihaving beel -
caliod for tMhe consideration pol disatolv-
ing tht lastorait olif ltav L. :R. rit .all
of.the Mtikesvillo cltireh.
Theia nteJtiigconvetned at tahe Manalio,
and there were twelve ni lilsters and
deacons of the dLonnhination present.
Rev. W.S. Milie of Micanopy was elect-
ed moderator'. The Call wais fotlid lit
order, and a quornimri being pretentat, the o
Presbytery proceeded to business.
The pastoral relation existing he-
twel, lRev. Mr., Lynin and lthe P'euby- and Building Material
terian Church at M ikesvill e, after thftt l
delegate from thatvlchurch had btlen CitI (or AIltIEI.ION, 14 .
.heard, was dissolved. Thie call fron
the First Presbyterian church it Palat-ghts Cord Hard
ki for Mr. Lynni's Rpastoral ervicoes was ,, i oware
thon put into his hands, and the .sar tlel
was accepted.
i.t.was decided tOat tthe Ulnstallat iohit
should occ ur tiln the 'Ve'lliing of
WlVednesday, .J une 17,h, ait 7 :80) o'clock,
a:,d the following assign mietits wer E. M. HACKER, lProrietor
nindo for thS u ocent illn: I lRv. V ll. M -- i .... .
Boeigs, )D. I) to prutido aid tlawh; Ni OTIOi 0)1 I0I le:to iit N.
Itev. Thos P. IfNy to eharg i t l la t w)i r 'las., Ttht a a- t ollfi (o'l ii i a( e N itl ili l-
taor, ranid Rlt (v. NMill a 0the pieloplle. o1,0 tl. < to A tlialun tt alt ity. i'r, hill 'h t ii l toil Ip I h
ati i f Ai april, A. I. i T'ie delegates left folr ta ei r var o t i m oi 4 rntliixttia t a lwi t liwa or the .selitL ort
iotarian s y toustart rday. li' ll.>li, at I tltaitiatlit' i r i4 n tl i na ) t a fi i t I li Alia-.
inm tprov n i ditllttit 1,40- r41a i< i 'h lh lit the al< iay < Jof. 11it ,
.....olto ,I, o e al ftoi-hitata whL h i"W r tl.a r t alt t aI ) lf ritooll-
DRUMMERS WERE DEAD EASY. ial < $ riltators.,w itirti aat atxilallti roilhltectt
Ia A hIta h illaottat ,y y. L' harlo Lii; iiftlltare, ,,
-'......... I lt era rtjit to vlirtueor l i i, a wi or6f ,ha tut43
Merchants Defeated Them by ,r a Score ,tr toata ii .h llo, hl I s hiro ii tlvin i Ii, r the ,nr.i -
of Seventeen to Ten Fridayo t otor. Al wlulian onty ,l' torlda iliti
ti*anll el o .liL o dUo if wl l, 11100m tho Potle or in
The predietiona by (Capatita I 'Niill of ilt tllil Iill A lu i a t ai olaty, will im e d r Ill, thej
of Iii Oak fIatl ,tla i arad wni I Ali ikult .o h u aity (in
the Merchants' ba.sobd ll ta tni that Ithi natia'i v a, ail tira t lai.a n it ia A tniiita a U i-y
C(a iterciall tieam wits "dad tasy tit ll t tmn wit hll e il 'or I eltliiu". or
"AilalinaL ?ia'hlla1w"." The return tar ,'atlah elceo-
t prove on th d tia l rtday t l 'i t-lln tu ia t luia e to the h( trlity I(,'aIatanaon.,
afternoon, when a colatlst for .stpe -ri a .i ll Ahlt.init potfatii c w alia avat d3a' aslt>terl
ority resultled inra a score of sevtteei Wit any hiiand fl the enia at ->a.,nCirtCirlit
ourt onil t, hts I iita ty ta Ap i lltri.
The game wis played for the hertal l ( rk lr ttl., (ila trtid ot l .'a of oLate Itoltr1 it
(' 't i (.i) taa i al>,'u a rt ar atl .
of tia. Oak Halls, and was a elaitr,
good-ritirted oriti Litroulghaouit. A fair- Nt)'TICI oaF1 s.'Tkl' I( rI()I,.Iw.t*u M ,E'TINrl
sized crowd grreeted thli players atrld Notlaw Is lalrt~hy wIv.inai l at' itraUiit al mnect
there was coliside rable foit in the coa- tatir t ha soaholde r 'atth Alachat W ure-
test. I ohari.o aial thai. ti' a, th ai ',' Thiraaaha t Il aria,.
Thlto following wais the liliae-lilp: bii,. aifi oald a'airiaasraataara loa thi
Mt ercaiits-Morrow, p; Cliitn,, ,; rPwi aifatlr- sen at ra a to
(iraharra, lht; )'Neill, 21; lauller, 3lb ; )l raaiaofo,.nwl liiftaauIrntatatLt to am nharte, a- tat
Mhe'.rartorlltraig b ith a i n t a4 i ta-k tat
rcCgrmick, a s ;" larrold, If; IlIowa,, t i o ste oi r !a)! ai r actada atrnta, r atalaaauaari ai "
of; Crawford, rt. a T h t ,, t lae tt a eiat a ail htt. it atelttr hittiit lO-
I)rurna ri lr-a-Kalnn ral, I); i rl lt irhini- r-ltoon,
to l, e; M oore, lb, 'isuon, 2 ; Taltor, ftri atiOl (tiaa a ulta ar t a- trite


'b ; Doyle,. s ; Thro er, .f ; illit of ; tt. l i ti it nt tt,
Dickison, rf. I,. N i'.A $tt.t,', rea'.
W. W. Stripling manager of tOie WIA via -I'r,.
Drummerstteain, arrived at the itil NiO (.rl'i-; IIa' API'lc(ATInN )O1 TAX
end of the gtm, tand was O ainx!oiis to i IIDED i [NIW, t SECTION iO OF C play tha t iBlii4sirriitnidered his posii- ,tl. LA Wi- oFt I'l.(ul)A
tion iin center Hfeld. Noti~~ ls hiereoay aive1 t lt Jo i.t .1 .,' att*a;,.
-.- ..iaaa. ....rr. iirh;t 4a, fr tf Titx ( ,tr? l.ttt,, NA P a. i li atit ted.
MR, BARKER MUCH BETTER. t0 t adiasly *of Jouly A, I, iD h iltiatlt
hatld aatrtrlflctitn; to uy itnitot. tiih liatw illilt tpll-
........... ....." llihttlori for taxi dt ofl.' lo I-,:. I it<" triittat
Is Now Enabled to Sit Up, and Physi- with law. a i till 4 dertilltea 'lor;'iA E*!i ti#7 fal,
clan Thinks Will Soon Recover. county. aimrl *,tltowlh
i tt o6 O Is t).4 TW, 'It 1a. 4.:l.'
The numneroti friendia of L,. E. Bark- 'IThtttd lud a >eiii u iia,;#t t ith ihit qt
or, who nas been1 under thei treaty nt 11, th ti ta i ae 't h tnt 1hat < lttitift 0
of Dr. Homes of Atlanita for th- past Mha llk)3 rodoeuedmi<,,rdinjt' taiw, taix itll .
$41l lg,, e i f -ttre eu i m 't; -;01 tlipsy W Ititi.V. ,
inorith, will be gratilil at the inform- AA.A I tt
I W llairt H e rta m a nation that he Is now. rapidly recover- ta. lttidiy or Ap1i. A. I. Ia n %
ing, beingenfbled to sit up for tJie '. ..c first tlire itn */uveruil weeks. iilts phy- .r u Wttet ie a .. a
siciant feel greatly relieved, over his .' ,'rI i. "
condition, and says thathe ha il prob- Not te I9 iy sh tVIthattI lotstel of attlmt*Wn
ably b"eaz1blo to, od-om e wt! img'ildif' O t a 5~ut
W*.10! J 11 2 Aftiie weks. "10 1AlsaukS$ItO '46,a*.


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Pubfished Twice a Week- Monday andThursday


(AINESVILLE, FLOJRIDA MN DAY, MAY 18, 1903


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


jN ELTIES ALMOST


SURPASS BELIEF

horrible Mutilation of Jews
at Kishineff.

STATEMENT OF HEAD PHYSICIAN
Victims' Eyes Were Put Out. Nails


ROSSAU li IONTIFIED,
Dynamiter Seen by Bakoman of Weyt
,Shore Road,
New York, May 16.-A. BR Skinner,
head br&kemau on thle West Shore
train which arrived from uffalo at
W'ehawken at 8:45 on the, night of:
April 26, has po6sitIvely ldentifled a
picture of C. Rosseau, the dynamriter,
as that or one of the passengers on
his train. hosselu, with a col pan-
I t% tU- I.. v -1116 14


APARTMENT HOUSE "w Yo SU | FOR MRS. M'CORMICK
vxcavators and Rockmen Discuss DOlf
WYoFIREk.,May 1 VICTIMS .-'ombe.er WARRANT IS ISSUED
.; to 00. excavatot's aind Rock tou's itclons
BUildlng In Chicago Rapidly h ,eetn tody ,and dscu Chai0d With Murder of Ad-
ii i their differences with the contatorseCaW
Consumed. especially those ancernod i the stub- EpT Enloyes.
"_way work. Those strikers dechlcd
GREA+ PANIC AMONG TENANTS. to maintain their position and keeo I EM:P'HIS POlO0NING. AFFAIR.
away from work. There were no spe- -.- -..
Besides Those Known to Have Perleh- clal Incidents to the etiong. Mrs. McCormlck's Attorney's Announoe


I .w h o lOOKed very m uc i o l mk, .a If fv
Driven Into Their Heads and Their boarded the/train at Buffalo having ed One Man is Missing and Many w ke statonf tr on all the nors nof ve
Limbs Sawed Off-Thousands Now been l tnkhsferred' frota the VWabaeh Other Persone Were More or Less the Italian quarter. They talkei
Without Food or Shelter. reeber the two me rouly Injured. with the wtri.kers who seemed to be In-
"I remember the two men ditUhe. t clinod to go back. Thtau strikers
New York, May 16.-Dr. Doroschew- y," sait Brakoman Skinner. ',)o Chicago, May 16.--Two I ves were decided to maintain their position Mind
ski, the head physician of the Na.Llon- seau asked me how long his trU. 'lost ei a fire that destroyed the Weet- keep away. from work.. When the
al hospital at Kishineff, after exam- would be kept at the West Shore. tes&ter apartment bullidag at 5012 Itallan subway atrikera threUned a
inning the dead. and wounded, has giv- without #torage charges. I told hitm Cottage Grove avenue, early today One workman an the Bronx today he bran-
en the following specific instances of the fulas of the road in that matter, ,man Is missing. and $s supposed to dished a revolver, A policemann ar-
hideous cruelty, says a dispatch from "He explained that h6 and his com. have perished In the flames, while two rested him while the strikers ec.aped.
Kishineff, Bessarabia, to The World: panion were to sail on the Firench persons we'e probably fatally and The) workman wsI subsequently re-
"A Jewess named Sara Fonarsch, -liner the' following Wednesday. He 'others seriously lnjiad by jumping leased by the magistrate before whom
was brought here with two nails, 7 epoke excellent lingitah, although im- from the 'windows. e dead a re;" be was arraigned. Two hundred
Inches long, driven into her bratn pressing me as either an Italian or a Loui Phioas, 10 yeas old. Italian ot-rildnk workers warned 70 of
through her nose. Fvenchman. I i remember that' they Harry Strubley, 50 ya's old. the worlkmeun 'in th-e ronx to quit
"One Jew was brought Ih'wti~t one d nesiderable hband bafggage, .liad: 'thi -l m" wprk on pain otf death. Iiur of tlpe
hip, both ankles and wrists broken, that when thd Wescott express m. William Huebel. 80 years old. strikers were arrcited.
Mh-s severed banda and foot dangling aenger went through the train at COqrn iose injured:
by the skin. w'all they decided to keep their bag Theodorx Wibitley, an brokhn; Pat. MAY CALL OLT MORE UNIONS,
"A Jew named Charifon had lost vage Instead, of having it ch1kdL. 'ic Bolg3i? hahdeB ci4; Noiaou Lu-ind
S hi- upper and under lips, which bad '"hemen did tiot RipdIe wtthotAe !)g, d iburne a ut head' Atlroady There Are 75,000 Men on
beta cut away with a kitchen knife, passengers. They went out anditk t Maph. l; Hoffxa. had her back Strike In Denver, Colo. '
.aAr which 'his tongue and windpipe lunch at the railroad station fIn 8y a broke, ai4 Interi Ulijured; Louis Denver, May, 10.-t las likely* that
o hbeen pulled out through his mouth uIS,~ but made no display of money. erY.t gi o)d i k broken. many xoue unions" will be calle's out
IA fth pinchers.. They asked me for the nearest hol Th gl war ind in the hall on strllke today owing to the rejection
"'he ears of a Jew named Selzer to the afrry in New York city, a'I on the !sod flow o( the building, 'of the labor committees' opropositlon
had been cut away and' his head bat- I gave them the addrees of one. where she had apparently been over. by the Citieiis' Alliance yesterday.
tared In 12, pieces. He wa a raving While I recognie the picture come by smoke roping het Altogether .there s a total of 78.-
maniac. Rosseau, I cannot now remember the way to the "talra. The body of 000 mon on:,st'lke.
"A darpeter was surprised at work appearance of the other marn. Both Btrubley was recovered from the base' Among those likely to be called out
and both his hands were sawed off wer dressed like well4to-do merohanta ent where he wi- accustomed to today are the garment makers, brew-
with his own saw. and both were apparently of the same sleep. It is thought he waa rendered ery employee. bartender, retail clerks,
"A Jewish girl was asaulted by natinality nentible by' the smok4 and was then carriage and' hlck drivers, engineers
several brutes, who then cut her eyes drowned by the deltge of water from ond firemen. and ash haulers.
out with a pocket R*Ife. MoCluskey Probing Myhery te engines. By calling, out of the onglneers and
"One woman, 'after ti-ying to de- New York, May 16.-'Police Inape c The fire started breath a grocery firemen there is danger that $800,000,
fend her children was thrown upon tor McCluskey returned today ,trom store, which occupied 4xe ground floor worth of meat in the refrigerators at
the pavement, disemboweled, and Chicago where he had been investlgait of the building, and ,spread -rapidly. the stock yards will be spoiled."
feathers and horse hair from her bed Ing the mystery of the lnfernml machine through the shafts until the entire There has been soime disorder, but
were stuffed into her body. left on the Cunard pier. The Inspeo, building was ablaze'. nothing of a serious nature. The po-
"Small children were flung out of tor said his trip hba estabJblhed the Twenty-seven families live In the lice department has Increased its
windows and trampled upon by the fact that only one man was concerned apartmentsa' n the three upper floor, force to handle thte eItuatlon.
K mob. f the ibhle affair, and that he wua -nd mLr-ny persons narrowly escaped Thirnttuation between the contend-
"Forty-seven were killed on the, not, in the Inspector's opinion, the Injury in the panic which followed the Ing factions is at a deadlock this
spot, 80 died of their injuries and 500 member eo any /eecrelot society or alarm of fire. The property loss on morning. .
are under treatment. Many will be band. He had not expected to find the building *zUd contents Is estimated -
cripples for life." Rousseau, the suspect, in Chicago. at $50.000. Police Force Increased.
Four thousand Jews are without food! Clews were leading to other western J. T. Hoffman, husband of the in- Omaha', Neb.. May 16.0--A hundred
or shelter, and it is impossible for, cities. A good description of the Jured .woman, saved his two hhlldr'tn deputies and 25 bicycle ,pitrolmrn wore
them to get away. man wanted has been telegraphed to j by throwing them from the second distributed, throughout the"realdenco
every town and city in the country s,-ory window upon a mattress. His potion of the city today to aid the
FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED. and Canada, he said. wife, however, fell to the ground. It regular police force mnnalnta+n order,
Is thought that she will die. Sana- No disturbances woro reox)rted this
Fish Plate Said To Have Eeen Re- LEE 48 8ANE SAYS JURY. Hall wccapited a irom in the baseminit morning. O(M restaurant Algned tho
moved by Wreckers. with Strubley. His body was not waiters' Acale, and opened for hbusflnss
EBimingham, Ala., May 16.--A Will Carrrecovered, 'but he is thought to have. today. At a m ,ctl-ng of the Walters'
freight trains consisting of engine, 7 ll Carry Case to th met the same fate as Strubley, and union, a resolution was adopted, con-,
cars loaded with limestone and a ca. Supreme Court. the ruins are being searched for his suring yesterday's violence and declar-'
boose, was wrecked Wednesday night Atlanta, May 1,.-Millard Lee, who remains Ing that any member of the union.
1 mile south of Remlap, 18: miles north on Sundir %tty- 25, of last year, ahf t-' Ambulances were hurried to the aid proven guilty of overt acts would be
of Birmingham, on the rnminghan m=d killed Mb Wi M May SuBttles in of the Injured, while neighbors provid- expelled.
Mineral railroad, north %moh, and 1 iut ctapt a6 Be iJl. and who ed clothing In abundance for the tin- -----
one man was kdied u i tMtee were it oW 3 mtle of death for fortunates, many of whom were ln- Yale Men Join Strike Oreaker ,
injured. "-~b deed, 1a been declared -by a jury able td save any portion of their ef- New Haven, Conn., May 16.-About
It is believed that a fish plate was in the orlm'alf superior court to be fects from the flames. 30 Yale undergraduates have Joined
Sraemoved from the track, wb.ch caused sane. ---------- the strike breakers employed by the
a spread, and the train ran off the The present respite of the prison-. ODA TANK EXPLODES, local trucking companies to take the
',' track, the engine turned over on Its r, granted, recently -by Governor Ter- places of the teatisters who went on
side and the loaded care and caboose reo, expires on June 1M, but, according tore Room Wrecked and Proprietress strike Tuesday. This Is the first time
piled up about it. The following is to indlcations, Lee will not pay the Killed In New York. that competent help has been found
a list of the dead and wounded: j penalty on the gallows on that date. by the trucking companies, and the
Jack-Maxey, negro, fireman; crushed Attorney -Reuben R. Arnold, Jr., lead- Nw York, May 16-Mr. Kate Tay- undergraduate' are deriving a good
under engine, ig counsel for the prisoner, an-' lor is as the result of the explo- deal of fun out of driving the heavy
The Injured: ounces that he will appeal to Judge si10on of carbonated gas, used for mak-, trucks about the city.
Frank Fowler, engineer, removed L. 8. Roan, presiding judge of the Ing soda water, which wrecked
to St. Vincent hospital; ,not believed criminal court, for a new trial and th* rea room in her 8st to be fatally hurt. that in the event it la refused, he will i on wa lwn to splint- n Panco, May l-h board
John Beavers, conductor. take the case to the supreme court er and the plastered cOllkgst were' of directorsa f tho Clalifornia North-b
E. J. Taylor, trainmaster; face and ask that tribunal to grant another reduced to dust. western Railroad Xcompany took the'
scratched. He was ridlog in the ca- hearing. The formal, motion will frs. Taylor kept a mall confec- Arst step today toward the ,xtenslon'
booe. probably be filed with Ju Roan be- tonery store, In the front was a of its line from Willitt nain Mendorinoe
|SEASON AT-WINONA LAKE. tween now and the frsst June. oda fountain, th& gas for which came county to IVuroeka. tmbolt county,
If the ca.e goes to u from the tank, which stood ale4out 30 by organizing a new comnlptiy to beo
Aeby' Ninth Seaon Is Full. of court It Is expected that argument I ear. known as the Ban ranotec and u.
Assembly's Ninth Session s Full o ut etht cohat n epte Mrs. Taylr went to attach a tube rek. Railroad company, with a capl
will a deciard by will likely bepten- to the tank. Whether the tank con-,' tal stock of $10,000),000, This con -
l Warsaw, Ind., May 16.--The season dered some tine during October. Mr. tain*d too much or whether the woman pany entirely (lisassociate from any
dl ona Lake opne today and the Arnold onsde the verdict of n M t handle it properly cannot bb plans whict the Southern Pacific rail
6embly's ninth session sla full Of Ity contrary to the law and evidence ,lea!1on phr had bst gor e fron road and .antA F1 may habe for obut
romise The Ohatauqua program will and unjust, and he proposes to con* th ont part of the store ls than a tanig at foothold In Humbolt county
m e c. Jul 6, and continue six tinue the fight to save his client from moebt Wh nl the explo ion occurred, and has been orporated in irther-
bk. 4Jach week 'will have its gen- the scaffold. .Th' clings fell anId 'rtt of the ance of an Independent plan for ex-
_i subject. _---- woodwork were blown fully 100 feet tending the California and Nocthwest-
'r=he aunUAl meeting of the Western Dr. Cajoll Appointed. hres the street. ern westward to Humrbolt county.
iolotion "f--Wjtera will be held Colorado Springs, Col., May 18---.,- "r6 Sherkey InjureSA Re.eiver
i terry wek"-commencing 'lorian Cafoll. dean of the College New York; May 1. -ralikwy, Aplncton or Receiver.
yt. ^ -Amogthose on the p rgram- of aginering of Clordo Iand head theI p gitlsrt, was badly iJ .t e Trenton, N, J., May 16.--Application
Poseo Nqry% Van Dyke, Prlnce- professor of mathematics, has been Wrreing atk at Perth Akby, N the omrt of- aery ti
N. J3; 1'Y P,-uam (Mr. Dooley), nttlied of bhl appointment ae the J;: last nlght, with Hanaeo D y for the appointment Sfaa receive
I W. Curtis and James Whltcomb American member of the International sh champion. 'Sharkey wot th f or the Amercan Btv Maio achin e boy-
ath Woa Bl o e cougress for the study of the history /11. ,an.d ansoH the soc05d HM Davy rTdoe applofatioa was mad4 by i
Bb conference scene, which will hold it net son ot le old on Shke Dav1ide n ot o, Se4 lrae c siie it-
esmc its ten damy' sesslw theeting at Berlin la 1i0. The ap .Sliuflg him to the t t, toudeh d t of t m pa thae eoneesa M t -
.Asu uatl, fthe coference... pointmen is annoonced li a me .agel btkahoulddr. B the th h, ... .


uI^ t fud- toi Professor Gino Lora, deaa of Ce 1luk daed tor hd ot IU a r sr e 14 O W.
# ,are odm Whoia *ULe let pot
*w or s f and many faulty of scin of th Uatwwsltpr *iai wh. hestnd got %rod' at a lae5 Th thbMMS ettaid*
m? IBioti S u^1 Geni the$1 prl N gr ich a t 1 e on td a O of the een ra d ,r TS S A vt to *a**
rtI t S .d ob was sea bT cSofkW I:
4 emA, f t erO* .
7 Io
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That She Will Not Return to Cin-
ciunati Without Requisition Papurs.
New Developments Expected.
Memphis; Tvin., May 16.-Deteotlve
J. A. Sweeney, of Clcinlnna. O0., ar-
rival in the city this morning with a
warrantt from the odacinnt.l coutta
chrsgling Mrs. IiAzle Mcaormkitck with
the murder of the Adams Ilxipress emr
ployoa at tho hospital In Oincinnati
from drluink whisky from a,packagq
addroesed to Mrs. Kate Nobbe, of that

Tahe (dtotive whad scararely made his
aplpoariutnco. in the o.aflle of Clhief of
.Police M1ason bel'ore Mi's. MeCormick's
attorneys arrived and announced that
MirA. McCormlck would hot return t.o
COi idinatl without requlsttion- paperi.
11oe attorneys also announced that [
they haid, intituted habeas corpus pro
ceodings. The argument In this sult
will'bo hoard at 3 o'clock 'thls atter-
noon in the secmdd circuit court,
,Detectlve Sweeney immIodiately
wired the chief of police' at Cinalanatl,
regardIngr the prospect of a legal bat-
tle over" the custody of Mrs. MeCor-
mick and askod the chief to wire Gov,
ernor Nash, of Ohio, for requlasltlon
papers and at the same time aslk Goy-
eraor Nash to wire Governor Pralier,
of Tenessoee, 'requesting that MrS.
McCormick be held until the necessary
papers could bq secured and forwarded
to this city.
There were no new developmentf
today, other than the beginning of the
fight of the police'and the attorney
for the custody and liberty of the WO*
men.
Ohief of Police Mason utatQit this
morning that no new facts had been
soc'urod, The police are making every
effort to trtKe the fatal package and
now developments are hourly expdct-
ed.
Awaiting Analysis of Chemists.
Cincinnati, May 10.-T-The coroner
has not yet begun the lnIquost on Ben-
jamin fisher, who died from the effect
of driuldog poisoned whiskey sent to
Mrs. Nobbe,, of this city. from Memo
phl.. He s awaittting tho work of
chemists, who are examining the poIts
onous fluid and also its wasting the re-
sult of the poison on the other vice
tina. Daly and Burbank still I1n
a critical condition, although both
have been able to take nourishment.
Stevens, a third 'victim, Is in a fair
way to recovery while Herbilo, the
youngest of the victims, Is already
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The general opinion of phyalclans
and 4eheinlsts n advance of analysis
is that the poison used was strych*
nino.

MCCARTHY CHEATS ALLOW.

Wif Murderer Takes Poison on Rve
of His Execution,',
Iexington, Ky., May 16,--William
McCarthy, wife murderer, who was to
havce been hanged this morning, took
morphine eome time during the night
and is dying.
Tht d6ath watch, Alexander MeKe-
ver, sat within 3 feet of McCarthy all
night, but says he Is Iabolutely at a
losm to know how or when he took
the drug. At 1 o'cIock McCarthy
be mac restless and t0rnd1 over on
his cot. Jailer Itobert Wallaco 'was
It the oll at tle time T accused
McCarthy of doing something hlie ought
sot to do. MoOathy called for wbis-
ky and Wallace o Iroight him coffee
Instead. Ae drunk the coffee and
went Into violent convulsions. Mc-
Oarthy died at 8:15 o'clock.
Fifty Yere In Service.
San -Pranetebo, May 16.-After SO
year' service as a ralirmoa man, D.
W. Ritabso*ek, general agent of the
pasenger department of the niton
Paetfc oa this coast, has rsotred o
s peasino la pmnwuAise of i. IFH Har-
rIina's pea mi plan frt all his roads,
er. )itccobal w&as lotfled on i"y 1
hM~tit Sm walM be retired
eS tbO ag2 *Wat MrD IHo0O* eater-
1 une -ldw mniu twlnta coast f ieb tlso ia.
W*4 be was general peseenger best
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it in The Sun...

"X Ld Chesser of LaOrosse was in the
sly yesterday.,
Mrst. Bai.nes of Cyril was shopping
l the cty 'yesterday' ..
Miss Thlgpen of Rochelle was thop.-
ping in the city yesterday. '"'
'^ rhos. Boduware has returned frorp a
brief visit to. relatives in the East End.
Mrs. 8. C. DePass of Archer was
regIetered at the Brown House- yeste'r-
4" y.
...Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ramsey of Wa-
oahoota were visiborfr to this city yes-
. terday.,
; D. T, W. G. and J. W., a trio .Of
Englishes from .T..poma, were. traders
in this city yesterday.
Jas. Singleton of peSoti county is
Sinthe city on business connected with
the United States land office.
J. A., Cannon, the *.fflcient book-
I keeper for N.. A. Call' n at Dutton,
was8 aong the visitors tq, this city
yesterday.
|, Mrs. Ed. Windisoh and child on of,
Port.Tampa are in the city, the guests
of the former's sister, Mrs. 0. V.
S Kauffman. '. ""
L"" eRoy N. PeareV, the nmerchtiit of
Alabhua, was a business visitor' to
this ity WednesdfAy night, returning
yesterday. in
:Ch. liis, Andruss of .Fort White, a
S former business man of that place,
was among these who visited this city
yesterday. ..
Prof. and Mrs. I. L. Hollingsworth
Sand daughter of, Btartow camo to
S (,aitnsville Wednesday, having been
simmoied on accountof Ithe sad death
of Mrs. HolHingUworth's mother, Mrs.
B: *ryson.
Miss Claude Bradley. of Wacahoota
S waSlhopping in the city' yesterday'.
-. Miss Bradley has. for the pase few
years been an4 eflllent' school tdealier
a win -Abbville, Ga.,; and is now spending
a well-earned vacation at home.
T. 3. Longigman, tho ollicient pitern-
mnaker in the emiploy of' the Atlantic
S 'oast LinU at I'igh' Sprhigs, passed
through the ciLy yesterday en route to
his old lhom a Pal'aitka, where hle will
sped da short time among friends.
dMrs. Richard Taylor, an estimable
lady of Tacouma, who thas been in this
city visiting rI lativos, the family of,
Mrs. WV. C. Wallace, has returned to
her homo. She has many friends here
who are always glad to welcome her.
-1on. J. M. Corbett, formerly of this
city but now residing in Texas, is at
the Brown House. Mr. Corbett was
S formerly associated with Superintend-
i ent W. B. 1)enhamn of the Atlanoti
Coast Line in thie capacity of private
S secretary.
Capt. HI. C. Parker amid son, Porter,
S of LaCrosse were umiioiig the visitors
to this city yesterday. (lapt. Parker
i: 'is one of theie unos tiic.eessful ner-
chants in the county, conducting large
: stores at LaCrosso and lHiague. He at-
S tended the Southern Baptist Conven-
tion ait Savannahilil, aini reports anil cn-


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joyable motting.
N, A. Callisoin, t-he phiosphlate minor
at Dutton, was the victim of a very
painful accident at the minis Tuesdity.
Whllo walking about the place Mr.
Callison stepped on a board containing
a nail, the latter piercing his foot and
causing a very disagreeable and pain;-
ful wound, from which he will. likely
suffer for several days.
Master Painiter 11. lemigeveld of thi
Atlantic 'Coast Line, with headquarters
; in SavantIah, was ii the city for a few
hours yesterday. loe was en route, for
Sanford, where he has been called on
official business. Mr. Hengoveld was
S .for many years' forenil e of the paint
'shop at .High Springs, and is well
" known throughout this section.
J. M. Woodward, general agent, and
HR. L. MeKinstry, soliciting .agent of
the Armour Oar Lines, departed yes-
S trday for Ocala, where they will rep-
resent the interests of their ines. Mr.
jWoodward has beeis making ii.s head-
quarters iu thii ity for the past few
-'weeks, but in futn t hi ofillo will. be
establishedd in "Oatal:." 'I:e is t very
i lever young man,, 'and :'he shipper
will regretthe transfer, "
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wlo lp4uets a proSperos n mercantile.
busine, at that place, was a visitor to.
hib ty'yesterday, .
3. Qollins of Rochelle, one of The
Su's, valued subscribers," was among
the Viliterb to this eity yesterday. H
oaGed and renewed his subscription to.
Alehua,'t luminary.
W A. Jones of Bellamy was a visit-
,1 to this ity yesterday. He is engag-
edin the wo4d business at' that place,
and complains that the woods are so
badly overflowed the condition is
proving, detrimental to his business.
Promn Saturday's Daily Sun
J. H. Rollins of Rochelle was trading
t',the city yesterday.
E. A. Taylor at Lennon was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
J. H. Hagood of High Springs was
registered at the Brown House yester-"
day.
D. IS. Whetstone, formerly of Fort
White, but now of Lake City, was reg-
istered at', the Brown House yester-
day.
It. E. Dell of Alachua and Pink and
M. Chesser of LaCrosse were among
the visitors to the county capital yes-
terday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. \W. Smith of.,St,
Augustine were in the city yesterday.
They were en route to Newberry to.
visit friends.


Rock is being delivered on North'
Garden street, between West Liberty
and West Masonic, Which will 'be used
for paving purposes on that block.
S. Erwin, a stockman formerly of
this city but now of Lake City, has ar-
rived' in the citywith several head f
stodk which he proposes to place on
.then market.
13 F. Hamptonhts returned from an
extended visit to New York, Boston
and other eastern points. He reports
an enjoyable sojourn, but is glad to be
home again.
William Littledale; traveling sales-
man for Smith Turner, Jacksonville,
wa' in the city yesterday. He has
just returned from a successful trip
'through. South Georgia. .
W. T. Jackson of Wauburg LaTke, who
owns one of the handsomest and most
thrifty orange groves on the shores of
that beautiful body of water, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.
Supervisor Davies is still doing ef-
Sfeattve wdrk on East Main street, and
when he shall have finished the block
upon which the force is now engaged,
it will be one of the best and most sub-
stantial "stretches" in the city.
After a pleasant visit of several days
to her parents and sisters, Mr. and
Mrs. L. N, LaFontisee and daughters,
Mrs. E. J. Bowyer, accompanied by
her little -son, returned to her home in
Tamnip yesterday. Her daughter, lit-
tle Eloise, expects to remain here for
several days as the guest of her aunts,
who are greatly devoted to her.
Mrs. George Reynolds and four chil-
dren, accompanied by the former's sis.
ter, Miss Burnett, arrived in the city
Thursday from Ooala. They arrived in
a financially embarrassed condition.
Miss Burnett stated that the husband
of Mrs. Reynolds died in Ocala re-
cently, and they were endeavoring to
reach their home in Nqrfolk, Va.' With
a view of obtaining funds to proceed
she was circulating a petition asking
financial aid, and was apparently meet-
ing withla great deal of success.
Dr. E.. T. Allen, tho eye and ear
specialist of Deland, who visits
tinimaesille professionally once each
week, was at the lrown House yester-
day. TIle Doctor is a very enthusins-
tic. horticulturist, and )wnlis skmie
handsoinoe property in Volusia eoinUty.
lito attended the convention of the
btate Horticultural Society at Miami
last week and reports a Inost enjoyable
as well itas beneficial ineeting. There
were in attendance at this conventional
800 horticulturists, and the exchango
of ideas proved most beetiocial to the
profession.
The prettiest window displays that
have ever been seen in this city for
some tme are those at the store of
.Marcus Endel. They were dressed by
Fletcher Burnett, and go as evidetnco
of the superior taste and ability of that
.young man. The display consists of
everything in the gents' furnishing
line, including clothing and is beau.
tifully contrasted with a white back-
ground with the name of the propri-
etor neatly traced in ties of various
atades, The idea ia a #ood one, and
Mr. Burnett has been the recipient of
numerous congratulations on his origi-
nality, .


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D. B. ~i6kes Of: Rogewoo4 was among
the business viiitars to this city yester-
day,
Mrs.'A. C. Orum departed yesterday
for Birmninghapn, Ala., where she will
be the guest of friends and relatives
for a few days.
Deputy Sheriff F. S. Curl of Archer
was among those who visited the city
yesterday. He came on business con-
nected with the grand jury.
The next regular meeting of the
Medical Examining BoArd of the Fifth
District, of Florida will' be held at
Qcala House in Ocala on May 27, 1903.
Gao. Ec WaLcr, M. D., 8ecrethry.
D..' Caldwell of Lochloosa, one of
The Sun's oldest and most valued sub-
scribers, who has been in this city in
the capacity of a member of the grand
jury for the past week, returned to his
home yesterday.
Rev. W. J. Carpenter departed yes-
terdayifor Ocala, where he goes to as-
sist for a short time in a revival meet-
ing being conducted by Miss ,EAma
Tucker, the female revivalist who is
who is well known in this city. '
W. F. Hamilton, the 'artesian well
contractor, has finished the well at
the plant of the American Wood Oil
and Chemical Company. The well is
eight inches in diameter, 857 feet deep,
and has a capacity.of 20,000 gallons per
.hour. It is one of the finest wells in
this section.
L. E. Robinson of Providence, R. I.,
a prominent cotton merchant of that
city, is the City for a short time, tihe
guest of 'his brother, Hon. W. G. Rob-
inson. He is well pleased with Gaines.
ille, and says he would remain longer
if the condition of his business would


warrant an extension of time.
Deputy Sheriff McOann of LaCrossq
as in ,the city on official business ye-,
terday.';-.IH had in custody Fred Wil-
sony who Was at this term of the circuit
court indicted by the grand jury for
selling whiskey without a license.
Wilsoni was. remanded to jail to await
the action ,of the next term of court.
An- Indian from the wilds of the
West did not discover Kalola for it is
not the result of the investigations of
an ignorant medicine man,\,but it is
the result of the most skilled"" chemists
of today. \ A combination of several
mineral waters each eryatalized and
combined and each water having me-
dicinal value, which make/,Kalola.. A
genuine.speefic for the c re of indi-
gestion, bladder and kidney troubles.
All druggists can supply you.
C. Y. Shipman of Archer, a member
of the firm of Shipman &c Son, manu-
faciturers of lumber, was a business
visitor to this city yesterday. It will
be remembered that this firm, upon
starting up its new plant recently, had
a serious accident, the engine in some
way having broken beyond reasonable-
repair. They have secured a new en-
gine,, however, and expect to resume
operations today. The mill is a new
one, and is one of the most modernly
equipped in that section.
From Sunday's Daily Sun:
J. M. Sylvester and Burrell Wiggins
of Hague were trading in the city yes-
terday.
T. F. Davis, one of the successful
truckers of the Rocky Point section,
was in the city yesterday.
Gen. C. A. Gilchrist of Wade, the
most enthusiastic hard road advocate
in the State, was a visitor to this city
yesterday.
J. C. Haile of Alachua, one of the
most prominent citizens Of that sec-
tion, was transacting business in this
city yesterday.
The Kalola "band" is still playing
and hundreds are joining the proces-
siohi. Sing and praise Kalola for indi-
gestion, kidney and liver troubles.
D). B. Morris has accepted a position
its salesman with L. J. Burkhimi, the
clothier atid haberdasher. DeVere is
a popular young nian nd will no doubt
coimmnalid ai gooa trade.
Rev. Sherwood Fison, who has been
spending the past fewdays at Magne-
sia Spring for the beneltl of his health,
arrived in the city yesterday and will
probably remain until tomorrow.
L. W. Knight of Cadillac, one of The
Sun's valued' subsdribers, was in the
city yesterday and made this office an
agreeable call. He reports the Cadil-
lac section in a prosperous condition,
but says there ihas been a little too
much rain.
Before eating,
Before sleeping,
Before speaking,
Beforepreachiing,
Before saying,
Before praying,
'Before writing,
weoro igting,
Take Kalola. 'It will clear your eys-
tem of biliousmnm, prtare your stom-
asot for your food, p.liti our breath,
inspire your though and itrenghn
yoUr nerves and m 1usales.
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i. g Bevile of Arrdeno was tra4A
ingdn the city yesterday.
Free !ainples of Kalola with full iin-
struotions at all drug stores.
S. L. Turner of Lake View was
among the prominent visitors to this
city yesterday.
James and Richard Starling of La-
Crosse were among those who visited
this citb yesterday.


SMrs. A. M. Cushman has returned
from a brief, but delightful visit to
friends in Jacksonville.
The family of Thomas Allen have re-
moved to this city, and are occupying
a cottage on West Bartleson avenue.
Engineer Frank E. Ming of High
Springs, one of the eleverest boys. on
the road, paid Gainesville a visit yes-
terday,
H.C 0. Barnett and T. N. Strange of
Hawthorn were in the city-yesterday.
They came for consultation with Dr. J.
H. Alderman, the dentist.
Newbern Jolley of Rochelle was in
the city yesterday. He states that J.
W. Shettleworth has a number of ripe
cantaloupes, and that he' will soon
begin shipping,
'When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
T.blets. They are easy to -take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Mrs. H. H. McCreary and son, Mas-
ter Elmer, returned last night from
Tallahassee, where they have been "for
the past few days on a visit to Senator
McCreary. They report a most* enjoy-
able sojourn.
E. W. Million, the turpentine
operator of Waldb, was a, prominent
visitor, to this city yesterday" He
states 'that the prevailing eQntit~qonf.o
he.weather has proved a great dett -
ment to hi's business for the past few
w weeks ',., -. .. '.
The court having adjourned 'for the
term, His Honor Judge J. T. Wills re.
turned yesterday to:his home at Starke,
Dur'ig the session of court he hail the
opportunity of meeting many people
of the county, and indications point to
the fact that he is destined to become
a very popular official.
Hon. S. H Gaitskill, president of the
State Fair Association, passed through
the city yesterday en route from Lak9
City to his home at McIntosh. When
asked if he had anything to say of in-
terest he merely waved his hand and
boarded the train, which was just
moving out in the direction of McIn-.
tosh.
Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,
Mipn., after having spent over $2,000
with the best doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief,-was-advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to,
try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in-
digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation give
these tablets a trial, and you are
certain to be more than pleaded with
the result. For sale at 25 cents a box
by all druggists'and medicine dealers.
Jesse Clark, traveling representative
of the Roundtree Trunk and Bag Com-
pany of Richmond, Va., returned to
his home in this city.Friday, after a
very successful trip through Alabama
and Georgia. Mr. Clark states that
he had the misfortune to become
"mixed up" in a wreck on the Central
of Georgia railroad near Cuthbert,
Ga., a few nights ago, bnt fortunately
sustained no injuries. He attributes
this miraculous escape from injury to
the fact that he carriers an accident
policy, Jess says its the best safe-
guard against personal injury in the
world.
The friends of M. Giddings, the
photographer, will regret to learn that
he was yesterday the unfortunate-vic-
tim of a stroke of paralysis, his entire
right hand being effected. Mr,
Giddings was at work in his
gallery when the strorke occurred,
and notified M. B. Saunders, who
secured a carriage and, accompanied
by L. L. Hill, took the patient to his
home in North Gainesville. Dr. Col-


son was summoned. He reported the
condition of the patient last night as
being somewhat improved. The nu-
merous friends of Mr.' Giddings trust
that he will soon recover,

Miss Steenburg Entertains.
At the hospitable home of her pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Steenburg,
North Gainesville, Miss Ruby Steen-
burg entertained the members of her
Sunday school class and their friends
Friday afternoon.
The afternoon was passed in a man-
ner becoming the occasion, the program
consisting of games of: various kinds,
music, etc. There were present about
forty-five, and it I. needles, to add
that all who attended will renzember
the oooasion veyy pleasantly for some
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You Know What You Are Taking
when yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, cause the formula is plainly
printed on every bottletshowing that it .
is simply Iron and Qiinine in a taste-
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
G. H. S. Defeat Waldo.
There was an exciting game of base-
ball on the Waldo diamond between
the G. H. S. juniors and the Waldo
juniors Saturday afternoonn, w.4h re-
sulted in a victory for the Gaines
boys by a score of fou rteen to three.
The star-plays were a difficult catch
by Douglass in center, Rome -'hot"
stops by Witherspoon on first and a
long hit over left field by Douglass
R. Thomas pitched an excellent
game, As a junior pitcher he has no
equal. O. Thomas also made some
'od plays on third. The fielding of
ewbrn, the catchin of Strickland
and the infieldin, of Carter were- also
good. ______________
To Cre a Cold InOne O Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tabletss
Sdmgists refund the money if it
tais, to re.box. W.Grtve's signature 4`
U a< eaOh box. 2io*


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Seasr O W0
,TeamIN Thi iy yt6

PEOPLE ARE'', THUSIASTI%$

Live Oak Has One of the Best Amateuro
Professional Teams in the Stath ai4n.
Has Already Won Many Laurels jThl
Season-Good Game Expected,'
Enthusiasts in the great national
game are happy, for it is a settled faat
that Gainesville will have a baseball'
team this'season. The Oak Halls have'fi J
been organized, and the season will
open In dead earnest on the 27tlh '
inst., when Gainesville and, Live Qal',
will meet on the local diamond.
This game is sure to be..e an excitizpg; 1
one, as Live Oak has one of the beatf^.!`
teams in the State. The players are
all amateur-professionals, and have'.
put up some excellent work already
this seaspn. As a matter of course,
with that confidence and encourage-.
ment which has always supported i
'them, the Oak Halls expect nothing
short of victory, qnd the Live Oak
boys will have to do', some good ball i
playing if they expect to carry off the
laurels.
It is unnecessary to assure The Oak
Halls that they will be greeted by
'ain eritius'iastic crowd ornthe occasion'''
of their first game of, th, season, and
if enthusiasm and "rooting" .will win
the gane "it's already, theirn" 6 t
BROWN AT HOME.

Expects to Make His Qeparture Augus
I1 for the Philippine Islands.
Hawthorn, May lQ.-Lester Brown i'
.is home on a two months furlough.
He has been, htre about three week,"
and is Still meeting and shaking hand's 7
with edme one among his many friends
of tiwthorn and Oampvjlle, where i
was principally brought,up. It will beo
remembered that two: years ago Les-
ter enlisted in the Twelfth U. S. Cay- '
alry, Third Squadron, I Troop. He
was stationed at $am Houston Bar-;
racks for ten monthss, The remainder
of the the ne he has been at Fort Clark,
Texas. He informs us that the firstV -
and second squadrons of the Twelfth C,!
Cavalry left San Francisco on the first ,'1
day of this month for th n Philipp inea
The third squadron of the Twelfth and '-
the remaining two squadrons o'f the
Fourteenth Cavalry, also the Twvelfth -
and Fourteenth Cavalry bands, are t.o?.
start from San Frhncisce on the firsitt
day of August en route to the Philip-
pines.
Gone to His Reward.
Rev. M. L.'Dyass died at his home
near Rex, Fla., May 8, 1903.
Brother Dyass was' ordained to the
Baptist ministry about" thirty years
ago, and has lived and labored in the .
bounds of the St. Johns River Asso- '
ideation. His labors were chiefly.
among the poor and destitute. He 1
was the instrument in God's hand in ,'
building up several small churches in 1
that association. ,Now he doth rest A
from his labors and his works do fellow '
him. '
Brother Dyass was fifty-four years
old, and leaves a wife and severalI2
children to mourn his departure, to-
gether with brothers and sisters, and,
his father, who is about eighty years
old.
May the Lord comfort the bereaved
ones, and enable them to lift their
eyes of faith above this world of sor-
row to that glorious home in Heaven,
where the brother awaits their com-
ing, not dead, but sleeping.
G. W. RIt.LES,


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INTERESTING LETTER

FROM STATE CAPITAL

Members of House Have Wrangle
With Governor's Mansion Bill.

'I HOUGHT $35,000 TOO MUCH

SMade Several Amendments Reducing
Amount, and Bill Finally Postponed
Indefinitely-Senator Kirk's Bill Rais-
ing Salary of Governor.
Tallahassee, May 14.-As the days go
by the time consumed in the consider-
ation of measures of a private or
special nature causes a feeling of some
Salary that matters of general interest
F and affecting thie general welfare of
the people may not be properly consid-
ered or enacted into laws. And daily
becomes more imlp,,,rative, as has be-
fore been alluded X.o in this corres-
pondence, the necessity for the enact-
ment of such general legislation,
especially as affecting municipalities,


tion of tfhe Benate bill appi
$35,000 for this purpose an an
reducing the amount to $2P,0(
and a further amendment
the amount to $15,000 Fas ad
then to cap the climax t mot
definitely postpone the bill v
and carried. It is said, how
the friends. of the measure ha
yet given tp all hope.
Very shortly after the Hoc
the Governor's mansionbill -W
morning Senator Kirk intro
the Senate a bill Increasing t
of the Governor to $5,000, pe
and suceeded, under a waiv
rules, in having the bill, plac
second reading. The Senat
able speech gave his reasons
troduction of the bill, citing
of the House and claiming th
lent salary should be paid t0
nor to enable him 'to live in,
nity incumbent upon the chii
tive of Florida. The Sona
interrupted on a question
stiiutional provision by the
from liillsborough, proved
something of a student of th
tuiion of his State and secure
!mission from the promilne
pa attorney that ho was
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An illustration of this is the recent .or u i
Lake City fight, and the successful reading, through g, ft(rther
passage of a bill in the House repeal- of thO ruls was unsudessful
ing or nimaterfhlly remedying,,the re- bill, Which promises to provo
c6ntly enacted charter for that city. discussion in the future, is n
The faction, however successful in the calendar among "Bills on Th
House, promptly met its Waterloo in ing."
the Senate, when Senator Gillen spoke The social event of the s5
briefly, but feelingly on his side of the the Goverhor's receptions on
question and received the unanimous even' g. From 8;30 toll:8
vote in having the repealing bill indefi- ernor and Mrs. Jennings, ass
nitely postponed. number of Tallahassee's cha
'The special order in the Senate dies, received the cabinet of
Wednesday was the consideration of members of the Legislature v
the pension bill. Thirteen different number of visitors to the caj
pension bills have been introduced this third house and .otherwise.
session and it is not unfair to say that tiou was a most enjoyable on
in large measure and in main princi- WANT TO PLAY AGi
ples the bill now under consideration -
embodies the ideas of the Senator Commercial Men Are Not
"from Alachua, though it is also fair at With Result of Last Friday'
the same time to remark there is glory "We are not satisfied with
enough for all and then always, pro- of ball between what was.su
vided the bill is not further amended be a team of commercial r
to death. At the Wednesday ses- team of merchants Friday al
sion the Senate adopted the remarked Captain Stripling,
substitute proposed by Senator ing the commercial men,
Williams to the House committee bill "In the first place, the game
but amendminets to this substitute ed with such short notice
came thick and fast and all amend- didn't have an opportunity
ments were backed by the 'best ora- team together, and there X
torical ability of the Senators propos- on the team which played
ing them. Senator MleCreary, after a by no means be classed as c
strong debate, managed by a vote of 14 men."
to 13 to havw adopted the amendment Mr. Stripling, has issue<
entitling to pensions widows who mar- challenge to Captain O'No
ried Confederate soldiers prior to 1885. merchants' team. lie will g
Finally, as there was a break in the I together this week, and the
flow of amnendmients, a motion was ty is there will be another g
made and carried, that the bill as Friday.
amended be ordered printed, and that
its further consideration be postponed 'YU. PLAY STO
until Friday morning at 11 o'clock, Americans Storm Stage of
when it is to be the special order. Theater at Manila
The crushing defeat of the Tison bill Manila, M'y 10--A party
in the House Wednesday by a vote of Cnns storinno. t(he 1,taAc of th
46 to 13 is indication of the general theater last night and stopil
feeling that there will be no material th)uIs play. The'' pio:ee, wh
chang'n the laws governing the sale .tork,,al, has a climax In
of whisk, -wine and beer. The Tison hit.rh.e throws the Americ!
bill provided for a return to the old the ground and i:alres the sl
the Katlpunan ,eciret soviet
manner of securing petitions for li- When this scene was
cense, publication of names of signers, score otr Americans spran
witnesses, etc. Partly for the same stage, routed the actors ant
reason, or one of the reasons of the de- the futniture. The audlem
feat of the measure, there will doubt-I Colonel Tolentino, a form
less be no compulsory poll tax bill gent, who wrote the play, prc
passed. Partly as a joke, but with prosecuted.
some serious consideration behind the Su
joke, Senator Harris moved to amend Supreme Court Decis
the title of the latter bill so as to read, Among the recent decision
"A bill to be entitled an act to in- supreme court, in session
crease the Republican vote in Flor- hassee, we find the follow
ida." That there is a fear of a very will be of interest to reade
large-sized "nigger in the wood pile" Sun :
this session there can be no doubt. E. J. Baird, aphllant, vs.,
No report has yet been made by the Trust Company Tal., appel
Judiciary committee on the Wailes- chua county. Decree affirms
Baird claim, now estimated at slightly Opinion per curiam (Division
over $170.000, nor is such a report like- ans Hlaile and W. C. Jackson
ly to be made for some days yet. It pellaht; Horatio Davis,. for
m.bn bepredicted with a fair degree of C. B. Easterlin, appellant,
certainty that a report will be present- & McDonald, appellee*-Ala<
ed considerably cutting down these ty. Decrees affirmed per
figures. It can also be stated that the without opinion (Division B
members of both houses will be very Haile and B. A. Thrasher,
prone to accept the fludings of the lant; W. I. Palmer and 1
committee, who are inve-tigating all Davis, forappellees.
phases of thle case with mot careful C. B. Easterlin et al., appe
attention to detail. Graey & McDonald, appel
I Thlie Governor's mansion bil! received chua county. Decrees afil
ome very severe knock-outf blows in curiam without opinion (Di
e House Wednesday morning from B.A.' Thrasher and Evans 1
it it seemsVery doubtful if there appellants. No appearance
sany recovery. In the considera- pellees.
..... Tie old. s Mf+st 8:roI ge't


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ing which DEADLY DOSE OF "MOONSHINE." enjoyable entertailninentus evor given I .,. .hri 'g'. I,.i',na,
rs of The ----.--- here, and Miss Battalle, who ex- ',,;, i.,, (VIN l irer, im.
Two Dead from Imbibing Whisky Con- pressedoi mach atifaction at meet- J ,11, (Aitr. .kWiIll.%rit
Ellsworth taining Concentrated Lye., ing all of her old "skollars" again, I n. ,i. (,'jl ia, I, J 1' .
lees-Ala- Hot Springs. Ark., .\fay 16.-Joe to be congratulated upon the succesS I), A. .Ki,t 4 ( rtr.
ed in part. AdaIr, Wash Turner andl bave Pred- of the-evening. .. Arleir.wA J., Y. .MleIwY, rv. Jr.,
S"par. ir J,. A. U, s ii swta, lvitfrla Ifltll,
B). Ev- dy are dead and John S'Ivey eaniot New Line na ta ed. I. t'ritler, .. 1I .it,oih,
i for a v- ve the result of having Irnmbibheul AtWntn,' M vy I'. .-t. It ,V o( ',. MN, 1.
, for ap too freely of moonhlne wh t tati ,ovk h t. a t W.o 1, 'la.
appellees. Aaod been d!stlleld I! the mountaIns t to t, P~ ;,,:ehntr l -1( i ,1' (I I. t. r l
vs. C(racy this an' Mo Mgomery couirty, welt f cotnp bny, h ;. r-,o" .< to l' ehus coun- here., op. 0 ,r '. u, ( t:.t. ..' ) ...
curiam, BSome of the whisky exarilned In.l.e ;th fAr n Tt" *f o.-i ,i, I-M. Mlc'.ur-tialk, W'. i t, ThI,,,14.
). Evans showed thtat something like concen- well, in C'h for appel. 'trat lye hftd been m'xed with the MIlton countyy, to a ni:;rg, in f, eFor- t .r juwR. C myl.'v.
ober E. qur and r cers are ende'avorlng to syth iu'y. "The tc. al s t o t1 MiA,,, I" klIta '
locate the blame. tthe neew oettfpnrny will. he o ,t 0 h. an t. Mea. w .,,,
llants, vs Vr Destroys Cathedral th prinrcpa' tr-o of i e colpany 'o, '
lees-Ala- Denver, 0Clo., May 16.-St John's N VIC wr orl A 'I't1.1''FioN 1K *rA)
Irmed per CathedatI-,tbe mot pretntlous. tr 41.,ero I. ,tCalI. IIeIo 1,uNeI ncPrN AhI-' I.Ah'.I
Vision )l. hurch building 1roh'f i tbdro- West Poin)t, Ga., NIay 1L6.--.Judge 4.% LAW (jt -it
Halle, for t.6tant Epicopal church i' Denver, l-.-- "n-oiaff;-- aoalrin strt "T'i'utl county aj sI ,r ol'r ,, #dtva
for ap w .< destroyed by flre, Ielle.d to be clttz(-n, died here W'e'f light 'th1eay ols.tJ. A i, f' d ert
of endlary. oriin early tl.isJ morn. and was burled the following dtiy, et fi', al t
1 T lo 1i pf lae#i t 4aO.O, Judge NolAn had Ien in feeble healh erti'tl4't, ealrwae hfiW de
in Surance amounting to .80,0. The otfor several' years. le was' an ex. irty ltuat 'C .
trNl srl4 t,,e cll ', .' a. te diii. ;:;

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'RE GA1INESVILLE STIN: MAY 18,1903 '

ropHiati p THE DEESTRICK SKULE.1 1
CANTALOUPE CROP THE"DEEST SKUL T HE LAND OF NOD
a00ewadlot This Popular Production Was Greeted
uWIl cUN HIH by a.BigHouseFriday.,
__0_ WLbNHBu rdy. WILL BE VERY FINE
opted and The ."Old Deestrick Skule," which
ion to in- was repeated at the auditorium iFriday
was made Will Reach Over HAlf a illio night, was, if possible, better than Most Magnificent Costumes Evewr
ever, that n Thr Sections. the first performance. The "skollars" Seen in Ay Loyal Play.
ave not as seemed to enter thoroughly into the .
se killed SEASON WILL OPEN MAY 20. pihey o thep leay and the so that SIXTY CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY
(ednesday the only thing that saved the teacher
duced in First Carload Will be Shipped From his job, as the committee had thought Ladies of Holy Trinity Church Have
he .salary Ocala, and on Advance Sale Brought of Mendhig to Rochelle for a skule Worked Hard, an-d Propose to Give
3r annum $1,200-Grown by a Coloreq Trucker master, until the exercises proved that the Public an Enitertainment Which
er of the Near Ocala,. Mr. Matheson was bualifled to teach They Will Long Remember.
ed on its any school. As it was, Chairman Vi-
or in an C. M. Woodward, State agent for the dal reduced hls salary 33,!. per cent, .The Land of Nod, which will be
for the in- Armour Car Line, anid R. L. MeKins- which was quite a surprise to the given at the opera house Tuesday and
the action try, traveling solicitor for the C. F. X, audience, considering his good work, Wednisday OVelnigs of tho coming
at a refrigerator ars,wereinthe city yes. Miss Ruth Scarratt, the crying girl, week, promises to outrival iany vnter-
he Gover- terdy, reported but went honie sick hofore tainmit'lt which has ubee given in this
that dig- ln summing up the cantaloupe sit- 'skule" took up, and Miss Myra Me- W lii t past few years. It
ef execu- untion in the territory between oaines- Millan filled her place.. wuld require a column to name the
tor being ville and Ocala Mr. MoKlistr~, who ia Lou Lynch took Tomi Stevens' part, Characters and. to give 'an tecuruto
of con V well posted,states the oaoreag,exclu- the Irishman, and did it well, but idpa of the mag finn'llit spee-
o Senator sivo of the Gainesville section, on the tIhose who attehdod the other perform.n tace, o. sine, ow, More title,
himself Atlantic Coast Line, is .1 ,) acres, anc missed t4int wonderful speech labor atld eX pens hst beuti epent
e consti- which will require refrigeratorcars tht he made before, 110 declared upont Ihis be ifulli opratta tha
,d the ad-. to transport the crop. that "The Boy Stood on the iusilng a' thing of thi kltd ver kiv n hero.
nt Tam- 'The distinction of shipping the first Dek" with )eeatrick Hkule ge- It will ll t ber ay such
in error. carload of cantaloupes of the season tures, was harder to learn than that splectace will gaiu be presented here,
its irdor ,la of tlitandevrsy iiid grownasornoi
will belong to a colored trucker, J. D. "outside inside"depoh. and every oliild rno growo.n person
waiver of MeDuffy, who will load a car of 400 .jtthl got back ill time to road ist t city should see it. Although it is
Sand the crates on the 19th, and it will be billed 'cat" composition, and Mark WooJdug gip for the bu ,) itt of the proposed
ke severe from Ocala on the following day. This lias not liad enough water yet. new l'pisc~)il c1iurch, the m1nttg-
ow on the oar has already been cold, and will Mrs. Alston McKinstry as Mrs. mennt asks the public to llatroritz the.
ird Bead- bring $1,200 f. o, b. Ocalu. This en.i Honeysuckle, wore her, store clothes "ply up n t1s'torits, aid l not because
terprising grower owns an extensive and uhade quite an impresslol" on the; tsgil by ohur eason was farm near Ocala, and is regardedas onre teacher. Her poem) brought 'tera to' .o of thu hrch, vry dolar
a Tuesday of the safest and most successful truck. his eyes. She and tho committ.emno., received from th1e euitrtainmnent will
0 the Gov- eras 'Inthe State. Messrs. Hydo and Vidal, added 'much be justly earned by 'hard labor and
listed by a Mr.. Woodward, states that in to -the success of the skle. t fitful t'iorts on the part of the, par-
trming la- territory between Anthony and Wild- Titu way those "skollars' at- e at re- tilpatit. ry dolletriof ,It remain
icers, the wood on the Seaboard Air Line, which cess was enough to make a dyapeptic in tl h ity, and is spent right hero
and alarge territory the Armour Line controls, sorry he was living. To the people in In beautifying the town by thI erco-
pital city, there are about 1,700 ~Ares in canta- front it looked like there were plenty tios of a handsome ehureh
The fune- loupes, which will require the service "of good t)iIgs to eaton the stage. Secure your ticke4s early at Miller &
e. of 250 cars. Theseason in this section, Buddy Honeystuckle' (Dr. J. H. Al- Avera's, as' the board itl belng' rapidly
AIN. will not open until about June 1, when derman) got the worst of everything, -. .
Mr. Woodward expects to load `the but he was allright as long as he was I Tte't^Al, 'TAX IrsTL(trJto lm'ttILoN.
Satisfied 'firstear at Oxford. under his big sister's (Mrs. MoOol ilT Itowr or Publi intruetlon -f Atttchua
s Game. The acreage in what is known as the lum's) protection. It is doubtful we, tha uMrtfi ned voters ani taxpayers
the gamb Gainesville section is bout 750,' re- whether lany '"deestrick skule" ever resinrti ttthe thtfiorydtsWorldasto flowa
pposed to quiring 150 oars. It, is understood 'had such a good Sissy and Buddy tioZI 1. "'owrit willi, 1is, uOth <. rlltlges l i st,
nen and a that this acreage will be controlled Honeysuckle as Mrs. McCollum and nor tf Soion i, T'owfli)sh sHouth of tane
"1K n t n i idI F ei t ; t l i ot fternoon," by the Gainesville Melon Growers' Dr. Alderman made. "i. o w m w uo x a ,
represent- Association. The giggling girl, Miss Bessio King,' elt I00t,00 waOt t') tot) alfttt1niIlo P tO1 <>,1 the
Hoi t'llno-or So o ll 21, T yesterday. 'IThis movement will be repaid when made everybody laugh with her, but Inie t ot lii he nI0f 101 to i ,e Imile
was call- the season does open, however," re- the best thing of the evening was Mr." o a Stt0 s ; to it
that we marked Mr. Woodward,"and we expect Mathesonas bandmaterin the singing 1tort OllO4rnrtf o m a ,cthlon, 'Pw-ohtl ,,t
v to get a to move the entire crop within a few of lUbideo. The audience, and oveon haif-ltile post oi thim west iliti 4 1 eorotioi 1t34.
eT town ip8, t4Lt'th o f ettl oI"t 0 31, '1,thollet .
were some weeks." the "skollars," wero convullsed with "'A t )W st sot litt( )f t r t h,' 1,4 .owlI4 N
who could It will be readily seen that the can- laughter as he rushed up anud down the s ,;wotl otaiito 'U0, ottt hOteun' otlh 1to tho
commercial taloupe crop in these sections 'mtens a stlg ling ti m 1R anti seeuilg that T'"owltms hl i Motl'i o(f itan~i o, east. Oi n
big thing financially.' Estimatinig theo eich singer was doing full duty. Mr. wson tO tlia l 11th Il.l'f m11 or T'1ow lIoh,
d another average ear at i$9( the aggrkgatlt, valI ue Mathesonl's conce( ption of the village a.,nt 1111rt t te t 011 ol (if t)( .hilnlt ', tti llt) ts...
I'Osp .ftt0 t lly tWOttltJOll )'11 ol' hllor l f h o.l"ac,|VI to
sktll*e.. ,1 1,,r c ,| II,1 [)0 0 ( 0.11('.i, 1 i 113 l1 l lv ol lol>tl, re'l. D''l t ht l,() lelr or 11)1.t
rill of the of the output will be $40;), o(X), ur ) -rly sk ol emnItor c utild not; b' o'xlt ed l.(. ian r t3ne e. iloe ti ahot,,I tih'lI.o r whel Iior it,no
et his men a half million dollars. 8o I Warrrien, J1t(ck i)onhy, To rn al i iOIx (t o.Atstkltt). r rt o t. l pt'll Iu, of
probabili- KILLED-BY MOID. Stevens, nI1 Phhifer, Suite Fin Iy and lt'vvll. IuNI t I h bi0-tt 'l-trlct I< IKt)| tS for
gamo next -- Williami l 0hertson ply( hookoy. I isl. t ordferto avofi fo1, i P l4th.1t orin,
T hLeL EII tYoll l rh i i r d t liv in wk rurtl io r Is le t. I3 noll t ih t 1t t ri, 9 t tr uItooN
Arkansas Man Had Been Warned to k)llir min od hsianu. i-tlttrl N. whoti'shi. liht.,ui in ULi,
Leave Town. iiil S adla read t a I most interest aotove les nflhel ,.trrllofy, tIl ntuli itillil for
PPEnLeave Town. t sttN f t l ef0 l'protild 'tlti'ot. At tihe rouul-
)PPED. 'Wilson, N. C., May 16.--thuredlay ing conprsoitim oan "hI Fho ea." l' a illctrinr Iin JI11> we will mia14< tl)itl.mitlonll
morning T. P. Jones, of Arkansas, was Aniong thli tvw 'slk)llars" w~vre Mr. I", ar i'(araull"r o tordr tOir lte otioun
Libertad shot by one of a party of me-n who had (lodwvn, Mr. Rol'rt M-.C1,llhan and II ,11 tfiull..un)inltteL,
o Amr entered his room, reelving a wound, Mrs. W\Valter Cutloy. Nosegay, Mr.(il ,Al l1
fe iAmbert. from the effect of which he died a William I)lckison, touk his part and NAM. : Naiu:
e Ihertad few hours hater. whIpping well. j ,,t~. Mc0Ulrlhan. P. M lher,
'ich aisis' in Onhe of the attacking party was sho Orville Bailey saysithat the teacher .A..Ioh h. 'A. WAver,
whichI the tragedy George Whitley, Gd Ward whipped too hard. Orvillo got into so> W. iorte. Jnw A. A i's,
an flag to Sam Watts, Bill Barnes, J. Hiver much mischIef thptihe deserved It. .War. utt. M.I&,l a
tandard of Is.wrence Morgs.n. John Allen, John Little Emma Iobertuon and Ballie w ,Jukei ,n (. 1. Jraie,
y" Pittmnan, W. P. Groom. W. H. Rich Owen made good speeches, and Day l w, I. ie Wi Iwt h ertson,
reached a and ThomaS Bass are now In Jail Edwards and Waltor Coffey's were T ores. .' a O1n,
S aon the awa ting a prelimlnary hearing, able productions. A, Mllry, W. I, WollIl.
nie smashed It appears that Jones' manner of Lou Burkhim finished hl stuttering ,. u. uuer. Y. Y rrawford.
r r.lIving was objeetlona.ble to somne and speech with a great effort. We agret^ h,. ..t I' litt,
er lns wur he was warned to leave town. In. with Mrs, Hlonoysuckle that "that I W. MI, tl,>oway, N. U, U.artr, Jr..
lably will stead of doing so, he went before a boy was certainly afl'ioted." (. at i~iisk. WI'h (hpioLet.
magistrate and swore out a warrant iys waEhertlMly.afiMoted," i Ae' r. tss.
against hitley, who was theroupon Mis Ethel MelIvaine, Miss Annie A.l, l(o(mt, ,J. MialnuilO.
ong. required to give bond to keep the Scarratt, Miss Mary Phlfer, andl all the u"r.w. ,y .. I. E hunt.
is of the peace. "skollars," did well. Iticharn A. itooler, W'. J. IJaa>,
t T l A 1loria' hlo Ltrovlne, hA |hlfr r.
at TIa- ._ Altogethor It WtH oni of tho miott w M. DilhlinA. It. I.. L'htvr,


that will enable
home of, opposing


thel settlement at
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TH'E GAI.NES VILLE SU


r GAINEVkLL- ~~t.' A0TW $lCOM ENDATlON$..

rTlhefollowing are the, recommenda.-
etions of tohe State Convention of Coun-
tswvie, ty Su'perintendents and theConmmittee
oB nir~fl? Acti of Q^on- of theState Teachers' Association, hIld
------ IatI Tallahassee from Maky 5th to 8th in-
U i4 clry Mo6n1ay 1 a d thursday clueive:
I0I"o, Floerda TIhue legislative committee of the
convention was composed of five coun-
SMcC Y, Editor and Pror ty superintendents and, five teachers
appointed by the State Teachers' As-
Tpainis or SVscRPTIoN: s ociation, held at Orlando the first
he 'wlea-Week S a year; six week in January, 1900.
ont',l50c.; single copies, It was agreed In the outsett that no
WZES'o ,tV recommendation of the convention
Ve TING t cEns: ie would be presented to the Legislature
'ith aandvertisements, 15or entsh addie that did not receive practically the
i ertnd 10 cents for eh addi- unanimous eiidorsement of the con-
splayedadvrtisements for three, vention. Copies of all bills with
IMi d-a1d 12 'monXth'" ate .pecinal rates. amendments thereto now pending in
r' ies.furnished upon app liation. the Legislature*and alluded to in. the
rir : ag nd Deafth ntices inserted follo ing resolutions, and the bills
1'.rCe, Obituaries, 5 cents a line. recommended for passage by the con-
-.': -.':? -ventioTv, were inii the hands of the.
I We will not accept stamps of a legislative committee and presented to
slIrger denomination than 2 cents. ie convention.
After free andj full discussion of'
OU CLvalBrNo LST, each measure, the following are the
1 ,1 The Sun and the Thrice-a-Week resolutions adopted, with the vote
(.Y,) World on year.........$1 65 upon each. 'The original text of the
The Sun and the'Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly onsttuttlon one year..7) bills recommended are filed in the of-
The Suit and the -Atlanta ,(Ga.) flee of, 'the State lSSperintendent of
Senif-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 Public Instruction to have typewrit-
The Sun ,andc the a Se.mi-'Weeky ten copies made and presented to the
T ime-Union one' year_...... .50 Legislature:
.esolved 1.--That it if thie sense of
iMr. Roosevelt declares he lh a.tbf: this convention that the Free Text
S n the people, but rhis faith i gohg to Book bill be otpaesed. Ad ed
be heavily jarred in Novembqr, 1994. b unanimoualy.- 7 ...
_______:_. .' Resolved 2,-That we oppose -tho,
T hey are chloroforrning andobbng pendcti Higli Schol bill, anl that we
.trAvele, r in Porto Rico now. .hey are resect,fully suggest he passage of, the
gadally becoming civilized, thse, substitute prepared by, this committee
Rortd Ricans. p' '* for Senate .Bl, N.os. 101 an4 105.
''""'' '::;,. ,r''" ".... tu'" *Adopted,87 votes ,ay-e, 1 pay. Supt.'
"' beFore h pin ast twelve monthsit ha W. H. Watsnnde'ired to lo on record
S. een 'ln6u the fire" in Jacksonville, as voting-nay because he himself had
S. This termt must now be regard. ad not studied the ,bills now pending in
substituted by the reference "since the Legislature. The chairmnanwof the
:. the flod." ______ _____ legislative committee wag directed to
"Coasideringthe large number of deliver, immediately the Oubstitut-j
women who marry.," saysthe -thought- bifl to the chairman of- the education
S ul woman, "and hold in their hands eo' mi"tee in theSenate. ,'
the happiness of families, it seems evolved 8.-That it is the !ense of
strange that there should be so little this convention that any legislation
special training for the profession o regarding the certiflcationi of teachers
wife." at this session of the Legislature will
_r__ 'obe unwise. Adopted unanimously,
The Philippine' belle, when arrayed Resolved 4.-That we' recommend
in her best, is by no means unattract- the passage -of the bill requiring the
1, ,' lye, even to an American With inborn payment; of county treasurers from
Prejudice against; the dark-ski~ied tlhe general county funds instead of
races pf the earth. Shlo knows how to from the school funds. Adopted unaft.
v dress effeetioily, and while concealing, imohaly. -
'.3 half displaying her charms. Itesolved 5.-That the following bill
S.- -:: offered by T. F. MlcBeath,- be adopted
Another Prussian prince is looking and .the Legislature be requested to
for an American gi l with only $3,000,. pass the same:
000. Besides the money:she must not "A bill to: be entitled an act to
be over 35 years of ugo, fairly pretty, create a coniission to recast, perfect
healthy and roflned nuuners. There and codify Lhe school laws of Fiorida,
are lots of young nimn in this town whlo "and to subm it thi saline to the next
would ask no questions other than the Legislature for enactment."'
S money. AdoL)ted untaninously. Tlhoe State
S:::: Suplrinterident of P'ubliC Instruction
Some people are apt to think that on was requested to have the bill type-
.if the question of womnn suffrag. tho written and to deliver copies to mnim-
Pi United States is ahead of tie British hers of the House and Senate with the
Empire. Full State sufflTrago is given request that it passed.
., to Women in four States of the union, Resolved 0.-That we recognize the
l but the full suffrage is now enjoyed by wisdom of the framers of our Consti-
; the women of New Zealand and all tution and our laws in providing for
3' Australla. the higher education of the youth of
I^""'=,. the State, that we are intensely grati-
S Locomotives propelled by electricity lied at tlie increasing interest in higher
; drawn from the air without cost, and education that is being developed
,';.S. .oean lirers racing over the sea Iy the throughout the length and breadth of
S agency of the electric current drawn the land, and look upon it as one of the
ii nexpensively from the same source, most hopeful signs of the times ; and
S are promised for the near future by that we regard 4hese higher institu-
". Tesla. ]t is to be done on the princi- tions of learning as doubly important
S pie of wireless telegraphy. both on account of the advantages
......... they open up to the ambitious young
:", A reader asks how minny times en nen and women tof the State, and on
Sgliusare changed in running a paS- aa ll- tof their beneticient reaction
anger express train between Chicago unt o ther cient reaction-


arya iuutence upon our conumno school,
and St. Paul. One of the leading roal and t h incentives they our co o and the
h maoB ith one e e of e, l the in'tives they offer and the
Makes te writ o tinge en- stimul us they il piart both to -the
S gilnes, atid '22 tons of coal and .1,0(XL P
S gallons of water are lt'd iLj' It it 10eners d pupils. In view of these
S which is a trifle over 4 miles. lancts and the etlicient manner in which
S-_:..: .... they are now being conducted.
The richest copper region is tIhat of t'solved further, That we ask for
Lake Superior, the copper being nil in these State instituitons ,for higher ed-
the native state. In a it lineisota nI atiuon the most liberal treatment
mine one mass taken out waS 45 feet possible at the hands of our Legisla-
Sn length, 22 feet at the greatest width ture. Adopted unanimously.
and the thickest part was more that Resolved 7.--That the bill presented
eight feet. It weighed about A)0 to toto this body proposing the establish*
.and was oypr 90 per cent copper, Imlet anid inaintenanee of froe kinder-
S --'2: gartens by County Ioanls of Instruc-
SThat portion of the State of Kansas t in, be adopted, aud that there be no
p, north of the Arkansas river and west limitation as to the number of inhab-
Sof the meridian of Larned is to receive itaints of the town where established,
4the particular attention of the bureau but that this be left to the discretion
,of forestry this summra-npr A study of' of the otuty IHoardof f'ublie-lnstruc-
the tre-growth ofthtr t on h vile I- tioi,
,gin this month under the direction of Resolved further, That the State'
:, Kellogg of' Riaell, Kai., an Superintendent be directed to repre-
aeNft or the bureau, and will be corn- ent this btoy in urging the passage of
twi a: t tttpl-at.1fa 1. O ti jirt of the this bill,--aI-that it be left--dt-'etion-
:"p entrAes the r ary with him. whether or. not he re-
Kb:y w i-isykl othe,-riwo bOttomux qmeltt. the subatitutiion of' t-he bill
itt uni lW "On ra


N: MAY 1


places she bhs come to regard with
withering seprn.
M in nimus continue to worry along
somehow,'if the race is to be permit-
ted to survive.--Constitution.

Several citizens of Colorado, who
have been working on airships, have
asked the World's Fair Board to give
their ships the financial support need-
ed to contest in the World's Fair test,
for which prized of $100,000 have been
offered. William M. Morris' of Monte
Vista is the latest of these inventors to
write to members of the board asking
for consideration. Hie has invented
several ventilating machines for mines
and other devices for this work, and in
a letter to thO' lieutenant-governor
says that he is certain that his airship
would have a good chance to take one
of the prizes. Two other, inventors
have written to the board. These are
Charles Hess of Lockett, Col., and
Williamii T. Jamiscn of Pueblo. Mr.
Morris otTers to demonstrate that his
machine is practicable by giving free
exhibitions in Denver if the fair board
will bear the expenses. It "is stated
that the board w.ill consider the mat-
ter, and if it decides to grant such aid
there will probably be a remarkable
collection of flying machines in the
contest.

American manufacturers are now
putting- on the market ft watch the
sizeof a 5-cent piece, all of the parts
made by machinery. Small watches
have heretofore been made almost ex-
clusively by hInd and by the Swiss,
but with the demonstration' that we
can uimke good timepieces of diminu-
tive size and by machinery the Swiss
will be compelled to invent new at-
tractions for their goods.
The fact that Andrew Jackson's
statue in Washington is covered with
green mold is duo to an accident and
was not a deliberate method of keep-
ing lii memory green. i
If t hoe '
WMJ Js 1-. ,


niously. -
UponMibtion,' the chairman of eon-
vention was requested and directed to
:ti#e the. fecessary steps to place such
of the above resolutions and bills as
have not already been presented
before both houses of the Legislature,

THE WOMAN WHO TOILS.

Recently The Chieago Tribune ?ol-
lected sotne startling facts and figures
in 'proof of the oft-heard complaint
that women are deserting the home
for business occupations at a rate
which threatens, if not the very
foundations of society, the job of the
erstwhile lord of creation. The learned
sociologists have taken a fresh grip on
the question, and the conceusus of
opinion seems to be that if happily, race
suicide does not result, mere man will
have to stay at home with the babies
MId wrestle with the dish-rag and
clothes-wringer.
The New York Sun takes- .n ex-
ceedingly pessimistic view of The
Chicago Tribune's findings and asks in
despair what is to become of the men :
'"Will man become obsolete?"
In Chicago 86 women are butchers,
1,444 are 'laborers, 183 are iron and
steel workers, 129 are saloon keepers,
548 are phypaiians and surgeons, and
457 are barbers and hairdressers. In
the list of bookkeepers and accountants
there is one woman- to every two men.
Of stenographers' and typewriters,
only 1,062 men are left to the 8,113,
worihen wlo have invaded the field and
carried it off in their notebooks. As-
.ookbinders there are 1,612 women
_and only 1,258 men. The paper-box
,makers number 1,036 women, as against
811 men,- and- as teachers in schools
and colleges there ate 7,200 Women to
only 1,591men. -
BJut maybe the weaker sex are only
changing places with the men. The
NeW York -Times shows that 'n that
city the family .washerwoman has
been superseded by thb family "wash-
ermar,"I and there is a "new method"
laundry on the west side Where an
extra'charge'is made for shirts on the
strength-of the, fact that the ironing
's done by' hien. Thle men succeed
better than the woman, partly on ac-
count of their greater strength, it is
said, and the "washerman" is especial-
ly appreciated by the wearers of high-
grade colored shirts." Men waiters,
chef Jand stewards have: the prefer-
ence, and even the unspeakable kitchen
servait is preferably replaced with a
male skillet-rattler.
After all, time may adjust this"mat-J
ter byallowing the masculine part of
humani4ty to keep house for the wo-
nman who t.oil S down town or fill the,


is senior partner of the firm of F. J. x.w n.-- etors--- j 'win, J. r,
Cheney & Co., doing business in 'the Hawthorn lspetor W ore R.
City of Toledo, County and State afore- strAlachuai n et,tj l re. R.
said, and that said firm will pay One wvillanm'.o M. '"Utth, cerk. e c-A.
I-undrid Dollars for each and every byWa ls. 'eifi, clerk ,ne1 God.
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured -alinesvwie. iTsileet, rs ) ,o
by the use of [lall's C tarrh Cure. L. rwr J A. 'hirer., r tertson. ..
'FauK CHIXNEy. May', R 1. .PN ".
Sworn to before me and subscribed Orange H'eth, \\ r,
in my presence, this fifth day of De-. F. Barnes, c4i. e. M. E J
member, A. D. 1888. V n3.eekhiatmJ. D M. -
A G, scr. J. A .Re.. r
VA. GLKAO, High w..ng. intor :UCoe..v
X 'AL Notary Pablic. Camiwlle I '.tL 1
i Hall'Catanh3OurhjiB taken intern- a f l e r F MatthewI '.
Sally, and at ai ttk on the blood anll, ew-et, .tr5i -,. e C.
if ,t o lt ed A&,Stzs ,
3.- ia'M ^ 4lbl^ nssSucJ.10


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it added to such a bill or joint rosolu- months. ,',7
tion as may be adopted. for the pur- *
pose of making effective the provisions Eight times at many men and bbyso
of the Cuban reciprocity treaty. are killed and injured annually in the
A good many people throughout the anthraciite coal mines of Pennsylvania
country seem inclined to the belief as wee killed and wounded in the
that any talk of annexation on the American ranks In the Spanish-Ameri -
part of the people of the United States, can war.
or of their representatives in Congress, a w a
will be rosented by the Cubans, Sen- .,:,;
ator Newlands disagrees with them. The high price of coal has at last ,I
Instead of thepoffer being in the na been explained. The wicked railway
ture of an insult or affront, Senator that haul the coal charge the wicked' :
Newlands believes the Cubans should railways that awn the mines a, little "
look upon it as a compliment and, more for hauling coal than for hauling
further, he believes that they will so other things.
regard it. There is nothing in' his '
proposition to give offense. His theory It is always best to wait for the evi-I
is that the annexation of Cuba United States is inevitable and that we hear reports detrimental to young
the feeling of the Cuban people would ladies and gentlemen, it-is better tobe
be hurt very much less by a magnani- charitable.' Today it is somebody else's
mous offer from the stronger govern- boy orgirl. Tomorrow it may be ours.
ment than by being forced ap some '
tire in the future to come begging Today the most influential factors in
for admission. social life are the women of, fifty and'.
It may be that the Cuban people over. They are not always the lead- -
will not care .to avail themselves of ers of the great world who are most in ';
this offer at this time.- That is .their evidence; put it is their feats which i
privilege. So long as conditions in cotdnut J T 'ey give the cachet, tlje
the islands are peacefuland neither final fillip t.'aiy entertainment.
the health of the United St-ates nor th .
interests of her citizens are menaced, Mary Ailderson's life seems like a
there will be no possible excuse for romance. Born in povamty,she dreamed
this,government infringing in any wap of success and achieve it in her. -
upon the independence of the repub- youth. She left the-, stage at
lie. Even the most ardent annexation-- the height, of her career, while still ', '
ist does not contemplate the use" of young woman, and has repeatedly ref-",
force. All men, however, consider- it refused fortunes to returne to it.
probable that the time will come, per- ..
haps not in the far future, when 'the The greatest dam ever built for the ,.
Cubans- will 'regard it to their advan- production of power is that building
tage to come into the American union, at'Spier Falls, on the Hudbon river..
where they properly belong, and the It is of granite, 1,800 feet long and 158 i
way for this step will be made. easier feet high. Ten steel tubes having a
by some such standing offer as is con- diameter of twelve feet will lead water'
tained in the Newlands resolution.-- to 54-inch tirbitnes, each coupled to a
Constitution, five thousand horse power generator. ,
S' The cost will be 42,000,000. '
During the last seven years the pop-
ulation of Europe has risen in round With the object of obtaining specik-
numbers from 216,000,000 to 400,000- mens of every dialect spoken in the
000; that of Asia and Africa has United States, Professor Scripture, of
probably increased a little more slow- Yale University, is touring the country
ly; that of America has become more iin a special railway carriage fitted with
than three and a half times as great as phonographic apparatus. He will visit-
it was in 1830. Altogether the world's the Indian tribes first, and afterward
population is now about 1,600,000,000, the poorer white people of the South
and was 847,000,000.-- and foreign-born population.

The necessity for great quantities Tpere are now in the United States
of timber for railroad ties emphasizes over two hundred million fruit-bear-
the advisability of preserving the for- ing apple trees, producing annually
ests. It has been ascertained that one 176,000,000 bushels of apples. In good
mile of the 250,000 miles of railway in crop years we export 3,000,000 bushels
the United States requires 400 ties of apples and consume at home two
per year. It takes fifty years to grow bushels annually for every adult and
a tree that will make three ties and chill in the country, These are the
ordinarily requires 25 acres to furnish figures givqn out from Washington. -.
400 ties.
The Louisiana Purchase, which
With that push and' energy which is Uncle Sanm paid $15,000,000 for, added
indeed commendable, the board of to the U. S. fourteen States and Ter-
trade of Ooala has already begun the ritories-Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa,
agitation of the celebration of the na- N obresA, North and South Dakota,
tion's birthday-the Fourth of July. ',braska, Kans and South Dakota,
The board has appointed a committee ,brasa, Kansas. Colorado, Montana,
on transportation, and it a satisfac- coming, Louisiana, the Indian er.
tory rate can be secured over the rail- ered 875,A square miles, n ory.
roads the Brick City will have two aces Th re mieo or ha0,-
gala days, July 3 and 4. r ,e regBon now has a
g-al y-sl- d population of 15,000,000 with an assess-
Artificial ice it sold by the govern- ment in 1900 of $6,616.812,829.
meant in Manila to all persons in the -NOTICEOF ELECTION FOR TRUSTEES
military service at 50 cents a hundred FOR SPECIAL TAX DISTRICTS
pounds. To all other persons the price For the Purpose of electin hree ) t rustees
fixed by the government is $1 a hun- therefore and determining the rate ot millafe
elections Will be held on Tueday. June 16
tg53-, I In the followi-ng lsechl tax districts to-
ILouisville is making a lot of fuss wi ti districts to
about a bank bookkeeper who was ltrvat,. Cn evlle, Sth. D. G.l
short only $15,100. Tochiene in seetors Ti err-

State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( s Osteen. l Stokes. clerk. .
Lucas County. Curl, C. D. Woo. clerk. T .
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he cttrtr,., W. 1 siler ins, j. w,


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FOR CUBAN ANNEXATION. ," e' e

Senator lowlands of Nevada an- the
nounces tliat he will renew his efforts .. .... '4-
to have Congress extend a formal in- fihra ya~ i
vitation to Ouba to become a part of the United States in 1902 than durio
the United States. any years ince 1888.
Senator Newlands will make a de- .
termined effort to secure the approval /The immense indirect cost .of
by his colleagues of,,his resolutd4rg warfare is illustrated by the faco, that
looking to annexation, and will, When te Spanish-Amerjan war ost il
the Cuban question goes before Con- lion dollars a day for over a. yeat, .
gress at the extra session. seek to have though hostilities occupied but three,









TIU~ GAT


LLE SUN: MAY 18,1903


'1.444 ij~
* 4, 'II
'I


rOOn 'Gatheriug of
l.per House in Weeks.

THE LI1Op ft- EN ARE PLEASED

; The Petition Plan of Securing Licenses
S'Was, Killed in the Senate-Brief Re-
'"port ofthe Senate and House Pro-
:Eo tcerdiings. .-0 i t
i F ...or the firs time iti weeks the Sen-


''ite held' an afternoon session 'Thurs-,
day, and proceeded without delay to
:,th passage of bills on,, their third read-
li P.g, and. the following passed:
Reg ulatig the coinlpeolatioil of the,
i judge of the county eburt in counties
where the population exceeds 28,000,
and prohibiting such judge froin prac-
ti|e. -
p,',.. : An act reglating and providing .for
the establishment and maintenance 'of
ferries across rivers where the ooer-
A... n of ferries ohn regular schedules
and at frequent intervals. appears to be
~06;'" neessary to-public convenience.
To amend Section 4601, Laws of
:.' -Florida, approved June 5, 18097, be ig
entitled ant act to'amend section 72 f
thle "revised statutes of the State f
S Fl I'lda In reference to contracting of
tetiltorial limits of cities and towns.
: .-.. To provide fr'iderylices by publit0-.
I.; tion upon iunknow ; plirties in lintereos
|. Involved 1^ certai}cl'n nery suits, and
for dec.eoi4 a'dii,6her -proceedings
aftef such serMvti e. -, .
miin tionsuined' on die-
'1,,. :U ? on-i'fthe nl idibil to prescribe.
S. the zxiet'hod of ,'6 bwdinyfpermits to
|; selli liquor, which poses a ;return 'to
the old petitorinipliin Oni motion of
Senator Mfadillarins, thebill was In.
definitely postponell'.by a votelOf 17 to
10. A similar bill was killed in the
House a few days ago.
During the afternobnrsession the
House passed the following measures:
To provide for the cancellation of
certain Illegal tax salefoertlflcates
held and owned by the State.
To legalize and validate an election
held in Hilliborough county October,
1901, upon a proposition to bond for
$*400,000.
S.provide for and; regulate tem-
,i. porary vacannies by, teachers in the
public schools.
For the protection of railroad em-

,: PFor the relief of R. J. Chillingworth


in the sunm of $27.40, money :paid
storing fertilizer at the order of
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Measures upon their soondo rePa
occupied most of the time "of the
51011.


In the House.
Among the. bills introduced in
House were the following :
S By Mr. Scott of Holmos-lHous
No. 420, requiring the (aptaion
steamboats transporting freight
any of the rivers in this State to p
freight in a dry and convenient p
'and to prevent throwing same neac
water's edge, where it may be d
A aged by the waters Trom said riv
referred to the committee on c
i merce and navigation.
By Mr. Hopkins of Lon-H
bill No. 483, to increase an(d tilin
r.: -.. duties of State attorneys nud fIx
'Componsation; referred to) ithe
mi htto0 otil judiciary.
S By Mr, cantonn o)f aylor--l
S bill No. 434, to aIneiini an act enit
an act to amend sectionI I of an ad
titled an aot to prescribe tie coin
S satioi to boe Iaid jurors nnd witn
"i serving in the courts of thia State,
to provide for sutimoning defend
Witnesses, approved May 2), 1895
ferred to the committee on judic
By Mr. Wall of Piutaluun-lhoust
No. 485, to amend section 7 of chl
'5014 of the laws of Florida, the
being an act entitled an act to
liate the holding of political pri
-r : election in the State -of Florida
nbinating candidates for any
S' under tli laws.of this State, ari(I
nominating delegates to political
ventie0s; deferred to the commit
: on oonventions and elections.
Sy Mr. rainmell of Polk-'
bill No. 487, to require a special li<
tax to be paid by -express compli
doing business in ,this State, als(
i its distribution and providing
i' tOwns and ities may impose a li
.ax upon such companies; referro
,. t mmittee it aflnane .and taxa
B1 )Ir. Eieagle of ?olurnbta-H
b$6,'0' -bi 48, to amend s:MtlOn 2 o
V;'!*i *- :tattsiil #-y txhe senate ~st, loi


for
the

ding
se8-


the

bill
s Of

place
dace
r the

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ConI I-


NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR
LET tMIS PATENT.
Notice is hereby give that on the 4th day of
June, A. D. 1903. the undersigned will apply to
SHis Excellency, Honorable William S. Jen-
Snins, Governor of the State of Florida, for
letters patent on the charter Iroposed accom-
panying this notice. J. L, KEhLv,
A. W. MCDONALD,
A. T. K~Lla.mv,
J. B. MCDONALD,
L. B. MacLAL.,D.


Under and pursuant to the renilrements of
the statutes of the State of Florida we. the
. undersigned. J, L. lelley, A. W. McDonald, A.
T. Kelley, J. B. McDonald. G. H. Helley and L.
H. MoDoinald. desiring for ourselves, our asso-.
elates and successors. to form and be incorpo-
rated as a corporation. do hereby give notice
that we will apply to the Governor of the
State of Florida for letters patent.
The proposed charter is as follows:
,First-The corporate name of said corpora-
tion shall be the Kelley-McDonald Lumber
Company, located and havinitr It principal
office and place of business on Neavnan's bLake,
near Prairie Creek, in the County of Alachua
and State of Florida.,
Second -The purposes and object, fot which
this corporation is organized. arc for buying,
selling. acquiring and dilpousing of timber and
timbered lands and real estate of every char-
actter; the manufacture and sale of rough and
dressed lumber, veneering, general crate ma-
terials, shingles. and lumber of every charac-
tei: the operation of tram-road.:, steamboats,
lighters, launches, or other boats for the gen-
eral conduct of such business; buying and sell-
ing goods, wares and merchandise of any and
all kinds, and generally to do all things neces-
sary and proper for the carrying on of said
business, and for these purposes, to have and
possess all the right. benefit, privileges and
Imnunities incident to. and given under the
.laws of this State, to a corporation of such
character.
Third The.amount of the capital stoOi shall
be twenty-four thousand dollars ($24.000.00), to
be divided Into two .hundred and forty (M40)
shares, at a par value of one hundred dollars
(Il1l.00) each. That ten per cent of the capi-
tal stock has been vaid In, and the remainder
subject to.call of the Board of Directors of
said corporation. 4
SFourth-This corporation shall exist for a
period of twenty (20) years.
SFifth-The business Is to be conducted by a
President and Treasurer and Secretary, and a
Board of six Directors, which offers are to he
chosen by said Board of Directors. And it is
provided ."that the offices of Secretar y ,and
Treasurer may be held by one and the same
person. .- : -' ...
Slxth-The oftioera shall be elected at a
meeting to be held on the first Monday in Jan-
uary of each yeari ,'and until the eleetiok isa
held, the names -of the officers shall, be as
follows;' -
-J. L.Kolley, President.
A. T. Kelley, Vice-President, -
J, B. McDonald,nSecretary and Treasuter.'
The Board ot Directors shall be J. L. Klley,
A. W. MeDonld; A. T. Kelley, J: B. McDonald.,
G. H. Kelley. and L3.K McDpaldA until their
successors shall be eleotedu. nithr
Sdventh-The hfgbheot amount of indebted-
ness or llabillty to which the. corporation can
at any time Fu'ject itself is twenty thousand
dollars ($ao,00 o ), ,
Eighth .-- Names and ',residences of sub-
sribers
J.I ., Kelley, Gainesville. Florida.
A'. W. McDonald, Paradise. Florida.
A. T. Kelley, Rochelle. '-OrIda.
J. B. McDonald, Roche.le. Florida.
' 0. H. Kelley.',WIndaor'.Florla.
L. ,iMcDonald. Par%,dt4e. lorida.
Ninth-The subscrftngiineooTporators, towit;
J. L. Kelley, A. W. MeD'ifcd. A. T. Kelley, J,
B. McDonald. G H. Kelley, L. B. McDonald,
have subscribed for' the' follo-winlr umoune of
stock, respectively:
lJ, LU Kelley, 90 shareS.
'A. W. MeDonald, 40 sWhares.
A. T. Kelley, 15 sharTes.
J. B. McDonald, 40 shares.
Q. H. Kelley. 15 shares.
L. B. McDonald, 40 shares.
The total amount of stock so subscribed ex-
ceeds ten per cent of the capital stock au-
thorized under this charter.
Tenth--The subscriptions to capital stock in
said corporation shall be paid in lawful money
of the United States, except where the sub.
scriber desires to pay the same in property;
labor or service, and in such event the same
shall be fixed at a just valuation by the Board
of Directors of said corporation, at a meeting
called' for such purpose. '
STATECbF FLORIDA, I
COUNTY OF ,ALACHUA.
Before me personally appeared J. L. Kelley,
A, W. McDonald, A. T. Kelley, J.. McDonald,
G(. H. Kelley and L. BH. McDonald, each of
whom, being to me Well known, acknowledged
that they each duly signed the fouretgoing pro-
posed charter, in the manner and for the uses
and Purposes therein contained and expressed.
J. L. ItmiLLy.
A. W. MCDONALD,
A. T. KNL.xY.
J. 11. MCDONAl.1,.
G. H, Kelley,
L. B. MtDoNAmD.
Sworn to and subscribed befor e inc this 30th
day of April. A. 1). H13.
As to the signatures of J. ,r. Kelley. A.T.
Kelley, J. B. Mc Donald. L. B. McDonald and
E. H. Kelley.
.UAI:-TB IY t. C jI.M)N;
Notary Public State of .k:., a a.i I.arge.
As to the signature of A.. W' McDonald.
H. C. SMIrH,.
Notary Public for the State of Arkansas. My
commission expires August 2;, lW5,.
C. C. THOMA., Attorney for IneoriorIators.
LIST OF INSPECTORS AND CLRIRKS FOR
JUNE 21) ELECTION.
Waldo, No, I--T. K. Godlby, S. A. Plmond-
son, N. (. Pettit, Intspe clerk.
LaCrosse. No. 2-I-J, H. Cason P1 D. Cox F.
K. Cellon. inspectors: J. F. Futcli, lerk.
Alachua. No. aV E. Hull,. J. II. CaO, Ji.. W.
Dell. inspectors: Win. M. Tl'iomas., clerk.
Wllleford, No. 4- It, F. Thonas. J. H. Osteen.
E. W. Thotans. Inspectors: J. L. Mihcum. tlerk.
Trenton. No. 5 T.H. (]lutiin. J. II._Martin. W.
J. Mathews. inri.peetor: -'. W, Slt>ughter,elork,
Newbervr,. No. El- T. M. Kincuid, M. ,. La-
niler. J. U. Wnlte. lnsp(etors: D. (1. Itolaiid,
rhlrk.
htiainesvllie. No 7 II. t". .lordau, 1. C. Ifyntih.
R. Ii. Peeler. lnspectors V.. A. Jlffortis. clerk.
Hawthorn. No. H. R. E .oiihnsoa, I) C. Meiltnf
toh. WV. I. Waits, inspectors; It. H. Strlunfel-
low. c lerk.
island Grove. No 9i W. ii. Roe. F. M (tole-
hman. !'N. M, liaker. tinspecttors: H. J. Smith.
clerk.
MIlcanopty. No. It A ii. t hltti, J ii. ,Exner-
so. C. ,. MNerry. in.spietors. J \VW Smith,
Clerr.
Archer. No, 11 C. D. Wood. d. W {ratdley,
A. T. lDuren. lnsl)eetors.; J. K:. Well.. clerk
Arredondo T. MI. Vrcdble J.(., Iketi'lie. '.
M. itanisey, inspectors; :Z. T. T'laylor, clerk.
Fairbanks, No. iS- W. J. Wilt,i. H. HAr-
I, lerk. i


SMiss Alice Bailey, of Atlanta, Ga.,

tels how she was permanently cured of

inflammation of thee ovaries, and escaped

the surgeon's knife,; by the use of

Lyda Pnk is Vegetable Compound.
.- The univerz'l indicationosof the approach of woman's great enemy, inflam-
mation and disease of the ovaries, are a dull tlrobbiag pain, accompanied by
,.J .se.e of t nde'loss and h'eat low down; in the side, with occasional
shooting patns. On examination it may be fOunp that the region of pain Will
show some willing, This i th first stage of inflammationn of the ovaries.
"DAit J*e. PIfMl I"! wish to :epres-i, my gratitude for the
restored1heathand happiness Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.-
Wpund has brought into my life.
"I had suffered foi three years with terrible pains at the time of
mea trust, kd did not know what the trouble was until the doctor
pronounced iii Lammation o. the ovaries, and proposed an operation.
"I felt so weak and sick that I felt sure that I could not survive the
ot4deaI and so I told him that I would not undergo it. The following
we6k I road an advertisement in, the paper of your Vegetable Compound
i asuc ate.aergenoy, and so I deooded to try it. Great was my joy to
find that Ltually improved after taking two bottles, so I kept taking
Sfor ten weeks, and at the end of that tme I was cured. I had gained
eighteen pounds and was in excellent health, and am now.
SYou, surely deserve great success, and you have my very best
Wishes."-Miss ALIoM BAILEY, 50 Xorth Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga,
Another woman saved from a surgical operation by Lydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. Read what she says 3-
"DEAR MRS. PIA UAMX:- I cannot thank
you enough for what your Vegetable Com-
pohnd has done for me. If it had not been for
your medicine I think I -'ould have died.
"I will tell you how I suffered. I could
hardly walk, was unable to sleep or eat..Alen-
struation was irregular, At last I had' to
stay in my bed, and flowed so badly that
p d=*% they sent for a doctor, who said I had ln-
flammnation of the ovaries, and must go
through an operation, ai no medicine could help
me, but I could not do that.
"I received a little book of yours,
Sand after read il ig it, I concluded to try
I MLydth E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and I am now a well
.S I woman. I shall praise your medicine
as long as I live and also recommend the same to anyone suffering as I
was."- Mas. MiNNu OTTOSON, Otho, Iowa.
All sick women would be wise if they would take Lydia I.
Plnukham'r V4aretable Comlnpound and be well.


on1e being an act entitled an l nt
e the to amend section thirty-three (83),
their tI irty-seven (37), forty-two (42) and
corn- ~ixty-sevetn (07) of an act entitled anh
act to abolish the prosnti municipal
OUS government of the town of Lake City,
itild in the county of Columbiat and State
t evi. f Florida, and to establish, organize
pei- and consRtitute a municipality to bo
(s'tS klnown ald designated as the city of
aniud Lake City, and to deflne its territorial
ani's ibouindaries and to provide for its ju-
S risdict ions, powers an(d privileges, ap-
iary. prvmcd May 22, 1901. which section two
bill (2) mluenluded said section thirty-seveni
mapt(r (37) of said ait eCltitletId In act to
a' abol ish hit' htprstnt tunnici|pl goverun-
regin- inmtut. of the town of l.ak> City, in the
mary 'utmlly oftC'olumibia antd State of Flor-
, for idua, and to establish, orga nize and coll-
oflite stilt lut 4 municipality to be known andt
I for designated as thu city of Lake City,
Von- and to define its territories,, bound-j
ittee aries and to provide for its jurisdiction,
powers and privileges: referred to the
louse comniitteo otn eity at1d county organii-
oeinse Ylatiot .
anies By Mr. WtVllsof Hillsboro-H1ouse
f for bill No, -131, to amend sections 814, 816,
that 823 and 672 of the Revised Statutes of
cense, Florida relating to the practice of
id to pharmacy iln cities a0 d towns of more
ktion. than two hundred inhabitants, and the
Louse saleof poisois in the State of Elorida,
>f an and to affix penalties.; referred to the
c f committee oil general legislation.
,e st i 0


limitations of liens of judgments at
law now existing; referred to the com-
mittee on judiciary.

HARRIMAN% SPECIAL FLYER.

Speeding 50 Miles an Hour Across the
Continent.
SSalt Lake, Uta4h, May 165.-Trvellng
at tlw rate of 60 miles a n hour t.he
'"pecnia" of IM. H. Harriman, prosldlout
of the llarrinran llnso, shot through
Golden Gate last right and continued
on l'ta journey from Se" F' anctaco to
New York.
This was the ..firet time on record
that a train has pawed through Og,
den without stopping at the union -ta,
tion and was t thi request of Preel-
dent Harrimaa who leaIned oearliert
la the day that a deputy United bteteg
marhal was awatitfki his arrival in
Ogden to serve papers in connection
With the uit of the heirs of former
Ooovernor1 Irrk ,.alnst the Central
Peacifle rattr-oad tolving *omatehn Itke
47.000,000.

The Poles Are Here.
The first consignment of poles for
the new electric light plant have ar-
rived, and Manager Doig has a force of
men engaged in distributing them
thlro1g.hout the city. 'It is expected
thatItOhl work of setting the -poles will
begii in a fe* days, when other work
in the matter of oonstructing the plant
will be proseeuted rapidly. 4,
poIt si ll gI, w io ed


Melrome. No. II T. (. Torlay, J. R. N'obles,
H. A. lake. Inspectors; A. A. MiRae, clerk.
Windsor. No. I- A J. Feaster, J. M. Beck-
ham. D. M. Ihlifer, inspectorm R- M. Jennings,
clerk.
Like View, No. Iti-T. A. Johnson, W. S.
Jackson,. V F. Avant. inspectors: J. V Den-
toin. clerk.
1Hragp, No. 17.-A. Htague. J, lenton, J. C.
League, ItUspectors; W. W. Holt. .l '(Maeola. No. 18- E. A. Osteen. Wiley, ines,
F. W. Polk. tnspectors:; W. kt. Videon. clerk,
Orange -tHetthts. No. c--Colntibus Hounl-
tree. Lucian Hall, C. K. Daughtre y. Inspectors:
W.V, P. IHoulware, olerk.
High Springts. No. SO-Ramon Futoh. W, B.K
tiviere. F. Atwater, i nspetors, C. C.
Harr. clerk.
Iell. No. 31-M. HH. Sisuhtr A. SAi.nmoer.
J. 4. Waters. inspeetpr: W. T. Drerett, clerk.
C(aMtiyllle. No. -P.H. Baker, Jothn Towp'
send. Tho Lewits, inspeetorsa; J., Dyes.
clerk.
ft., .nt ,p a' 'N ,. ,

Niotle it here stft4ia that iitx aioutt. after]
,UswbCefsasetI, wMi


SUMMER NORMAL. A0

NORI.AL INSTITUTE will open on
Monday, June.8, $ or the fourth su-.
mer term, and contiimiu twelve weekse-
Full normal and cotpniercial work car.
ried, For particulars address J. H.
BRINSON, Gainesville,Fla.


SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT PETjTION;. 1
To the Board of Public Instruction bf Alahuo :
.County:
We, the undersigned voters and taxpayers'
residing in the territory described as follows:.
Commencing at the southwest corner, of See
tlon 19. Township 10, south of Range 0, .eai,,
and running thence east to the southleaSt 0
ner-of Section 20, Township 10, south of iRan '
21. ciit: thence north to the southeast corner.,
of Section 20, Township 9, south of Range 81,
east; thence west t) the half-mile post on theI- .
south line of Section 22, Township 9, south of
Range o, east: thence north to the half-xMle
post on the south line of Section 34, Township,,
8, south of Raige 20. east: thence west to the
southwest corner of Section 34, Township 8,;
south of Range 20. east: thence north to the,
half-mile post on the west line of Seeion 84, '
Township 8, south of RHurrge B20, east; .thence
west to the center of Section 32, .Township 8,
south of Runge 20, east: thence south 0.i the
half-mile post on the south lire of Section 32,
Township 8, south of Atange 20, east, thence
west to the northwest corner of Tonship 9,.
south of Range 20. east: thence south on he
range line to the point of beginning, do most
respectfully petition y ptr honorable body to
call an election to determiine whether or riot.
the territory described above shall become' a,
special tax school district for the purpose bf.
levying and collecting a district school tax for -
the exclusive use of public free schools within
the district. In order to,'avoid complications,
we further petition that the present trustees '
of Sub-District No. 26, which is included in the
above described, territory, be nominated for '
trustees of the proposed district.
Respectfully submitted,
Gainesville, A)prll 1.1903 .
SNAMSi: NAMB US' '"t
Jno, W. Wideman, I'. C. Smith, "
Robt. McClellan,. P. MIller,
C. A, Colelough, W W. Aera.
tW. N. Wilson ,. .1. M. Rlvrs,' '".
W. Porter, J; A; Ammons, .,:
J. D. Stringfe~low, J. D. L. Teach, .
F'.D. Waner,' H.U. Mason, ;
W. T. Jaekson,' ,''" ., $. KBroosne, : ,
Wrm. H. Steckert, W. D, Dlol n, ',
O. W. HYde,, '. Wm' H, Robertson .,
W.,. Dorsey,. .J C. all ,
,T; S. Dorsey, Perry M. ColsoBn.
J.'A. MoKlnstry, W. D. W ells, v..
W.'S, room, J. 1. Del, .
M.B1. Saunders, C. Y. awford
J ..-Earle,' A. S. Taylor
Jus.,H. Vidal, B.' Padgett,
Win, M. Holloway, N, ... Carter, Jr.
G. HenryDa vis, W. P. Carter,.
B,'AA. Thrasher, John Chesnut,
S. V. Duke, L. W. Jaesson..
A. J. D)aCosta, J. Mahasse, (
Geo,, W.Moyers, T. 14. Ellis,
H. F. Benson, u. S. Merchant, "
Richard A, Becker, W. J. Denby, k
Horatio DaVyls J. A. Phifer,
W. M. .Johnson. H. .L. Phlfer.
S. J. Thomas, T.F. Thomas, "
J. M. Endel, G. W. Perry,
Geo. -. Evans, Lee Graham,
J. M. Manning, Ernest W. Shaw,
J. H. Granger, J. E. Wainrlgliht
J. H. Colson, L. J. Clyatt,
D. A, Robertson, L. C. Lynch.
F. W. King, A. R. Soruggs,
J. 0. Andrews, J, F. McKlnstryJr,
J. A. Goodwin, Evans Haile,
W. J. Carpenter, J., F. Bunch.
Mi, W. Wooding, J. L. Kelley, M. .D..
C. D. Schater, B. R, CoLson,
H. W Denham, C. C. Thomas,
D, E. Godwin, J. L. Crawford. ,
R. B. Peeler, J. E. Fetch,
S. H. Wienges. L.M. Bell,
Evans C. Wimberlcy, C. R. Layton,
IRoht T. E i,ivis T A .A..-


L. M. McC.ormick,
L. Roux,
J. N. Strobhar,
Henr-y Ramsey,
L. E. Means,
J. U. Manning,
L. L McCall,
J. A. Ramsey.


j. At. tr .si e.
W. R. Thomas,
J. S. Broome,
N. W. Malphurs,
0. B Bailey.
J. A. Manning,
F. M. Hartknan.
0. W. Hart.
T. F. Blalock.


4w-tom21
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial, Circuit
Alachua County. Florida-In Chancery,
i)ora Roland vs. B. Roland.--Divorce;
It appearing by allidavit appended to the
hill filed in the above stated cause that 'B.
Roland, the defendant therein named, is a
resident of the State of Florida, and has
been absent from his residence more than
Hsixty dayS Preceding this order of publication.
and is concealing himself so that service can-
not be made upon him, and is over the agire of
twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered that
said non-resident defendant be and he is here-
by required to appear to the bill of complaint
tiled in said cause on or before Monday, the
1st day of June, A. D. 1903. otherwise th al-
legationis orf said bill will be taken as conf led0
by said defendant. .-,uM
It is further ordered that this order be pub-
lsbed once a week for four consecutive weeks
n the Galtnsville Sun, a newspaper published
In said county and State.
This April'3,), 10i3.
H. C. IDlNTON, Clerk Circuit Court.
By S. H. Wienges. D. C.
A true copy of original.
H. C. I)FNTON, Clerk.
Per S. H. Weieges, D. C.
II. I. MASON. Solicitor for Complainant.

NOTC'fE IFOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ottlce at Galuesville, Fla.,
April 27, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the following.
named Meittler has tiled notice of his intention
to make commutation proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fire lteg.Stcr and Receiver at ualnesville, Fla..
on Jdne 0, 19031:
CHAtl.EY A. Iiooiosv. of Hagiue. Fla,
lid. 314M, for the S'i of Lots I1 and 12 of See.
IS, Tp. 5 5., I0 E.
Ho namieN tNie fof!owing witnesses to prove
his ontin'mous residence upon and cultivation
of said latld, viz:
John Cua hernu. (seorge Cotheru. of LaCrosse
Fl'. Ialhamin wiggins. Van Wiggins, of
IaUgmue. ,Fla.
VW. ; I)INSON. Register.

NOTIlE.
Notice s he reby given that on the 91dayof
June. A. iti 113. I I ntend to ui) s Iy to
L). MaOn, Countiy Judge of Ahllchu l onn
FMtis at his ober- itn the -itY of f1; .n A
for authority to sell that c certain Cie parcel
atId tract of land situate in thic '.4inj' f. Ala-
otia, in the State of Plori a kn t Lo Aa-
NMne (9) In the town of Wind--or t "l "arte
heretgfore conveyed b'y ,ai H ow arne M i
bton to Mary 1. Crockett. % hIi lb l ocoIn-
veyanoe is recorded in it-cit it.,,h l. a. g e)n-
161. the property of Mary E t* r4ei 'lt e
A.i A il.tIN\'P' LD I .
Guardian fr a rcur
Gainesvile. Fla.. May Al ket
ADMINISTRlATOl Su N Tlnt'l(-
Notice Is hereby given that f-
the first publicalon ere,,f i.x months after
of the estate of E. N. Powe a' umA stMrator
Pply to the Count'y J'udgf. of\ achunl oun
Florida., for a final n se t, "ntiu Countv.-
and will then present n i a ea 41
vouchers. ai T iacoult. an
January 7. I tate
A DMiN'I'STRA s T). o r ....C-..
Shereby ve n that FIt a lno aths after
th0,Itit publication hereof ...... the.nti,. .
trtcromf W. cJac--- i apply
01s 116 COUntY"r ...ace h .. .
I a fnal Ft-of


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