Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01892
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 28, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01892
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Y, MAY 28, 1903 TEN




|SeveralHave Narrow Escape
From Fire.
eight Families Occupying Rooms In a
,. New York Tenement House Are Sav-
., From Death by Heroic Acta of
New York, May 27.-Fire started in
a b](Mling' on Fulton street, Brooklyn,
at I 1540 o'clock this morning and eight
fit ailies occupying -the upper floors
werie thrown Into a pan-ic. The fire-
piM hoisted ladders to the windows
and b-egan carrying down the women
?end children first. Eight children are
' :Two men jumped in spite of the
warning ories of the firemen from the
third story windows, but landing on an
aiwning, were only slightly hurt. A
mAn and a woman were found in one

Attorney Miller Dismissed by Postmas-
ter General Payne.
Washingtoun, May 27.-PostmaMter
General Payne has summarily dis-
missed Daniel V. Miller, assistant at-
toiuney in, the office of the assistant
attorney general for the postoffrce de-
partinent, for accepting a bribe in con-
necilln with the case of John J. Ryal
& Co.. charged with fraudulent use of
Lhe malls. A warrant has been issue
for Miller'a a&rest.
Another warrant has ,been Issued
for'the arrest of a rain who is charged
with being the partner or go-between
nla the t :ansactlon. A postoffice in-
spector has gone west from UCiclnnaU
to effect the arrest, which is expected
to cfvur tonight or tonrorrow. The
bribe is allowed to have been accept-
ad a.t Cinclnn tll last December.
Miller came here fiom Terre lIaute,
Ind., about two years ago. le was
appoxinteot by former Assistant Attor-
ney General James N. Tyner.
The charge against Miller has been
under investigation for three months.

," of the rooms overcome by smoke, but that Reance Will Win in Every
wr, e revived soon after, being carried Race Eery
do'wn the ladders. Ne wYork, May 27.-Not a possible
After a half hour's work by the fire- chance for the Ameraca's cup is coa-
.men, the flames were gotten under eedcd to Shamrock liI by a yacht
control. owner and member of the New ;York
?UICIDED IN HOTEL Yacht club, who. has wagered $1,500
ICIDED IN HOTEL. to $1,000 that Reliance will win In one,
$anda Left Instructions as to Dispos. h I o
tion of Hi Body. T"homas Lipton's commerelal maageir
Great Barrington, Mas., May 27-- ths country, tool the bet
Letters left by Arthur Sands, who Mr. Bhaie wcs somewh astoulshe4
killed himself in a local hotel Sunday he the meran ad d sc g bol
by taking carbolic acid, have been abiances of the yachts rude the bold
takg statement, that .h"ato m k -i w6uld
"ade public by the medical examiner h e
aoa registered at the hotel s from rces, but we the offer was made
SChcago, When hte came here last Wed- bck t o a t,
'eadaya but during his brief stay he .
tWformed several persons that he hb edg tht his wsg ia4
'reontly come from Germany. It f t 0 name qa. zpmer
evtdent that the young mnlnt had be f of th. .ew Y h Ya~9t ct
in good circumstances as. hAis clothlu o .e to i.
wi ,of the finest quality, and hil.: p h .
'_a.eranee indicated thathe had neIver .PIQHT A I. ,* i
^done aIborious work of any kind. ".. -
A lstter to the hotel propltaetor, Tery Mo~overn tNot wa Condition N,
'which was written in a fine business Meet Abe attel.
b:'and,. was as follows: 'New York, May 07.-'Oerry MeIco*'
"I'm, sorry for the trouble and In- will not e in eoadltfol, to h
,onvenlence I shall put you to by.the .Abj Battel at 6at r on M
act I am about to' commit. I have H lA' t lm"e Pmi
,been offeringg for a long time from an dha. as "d M-% 04rt1an5 pf the
i uInunable nervous trouble, and have C..de la 'a,' *
,:rposely left my friends and colAste 4
,ete to do this thing. I ene aj
amount of money sufficient to W.ay
% "I am an atheist and wish .o i *
lousa. ervlces over my body. ,
"Ift you will, mark a block or Oi
of wood with my name where my fbdy
t placed. That Is all the boum t
0 the trouble which I 0
| merely yours,
'The note found In the
dTeosesd to "the bell boy wino dnad y
It reads as tolkr0W" '
Suotly noty thlseark. '-ake 7
|9sturbance or ootery or Mkaw lte _______
tests ofe the house to no*w a 0 LD S
so this note was planed "alrthr oftf7 frm *e ds
t10ds." I .: tefnm k At
.New Y.rk 4 itai8- ri .oel
m-ayor Harrison's Pe o fton. tLa .; o
oaso, tMay .-M-9 r arris hounde o thre ottBo lo 4uda, the al"
.a a a .gnhMat ae, preaented to ilant of IJoh Hleat. t coac :
| night hit- posito man : h w t e the clib mai m
Uobtes 4,o ay night.
Mr. O : cMitla ietwer is ibe cug '
flM aid to 18#e frot feAt of aetatte
sata n^ y fS exteAeW' upon the wealthy men who Hy Ia trY
sa4 that sIb v*lueO these qA, th be ~ allowed.^ The .a.. tta levd Iefferian took the ta'
lso sMlaned t ,hat prxillon fcor" 'man for one of t re il$ aeetsa oadr n
tibze tw ler.hip" s Xll bt a ett k expected to find a l"r4% 01!t f 0 "
'y extension ordspeace:; sd itht money lt. his pocket*. All the 0*0IWu'
iy ordnance shall 7* sebpitted to strep's friends as d4etetrtedl that the
o*i 5pa r ?tIcaio. 'by' ti poe a nurdrer shall be 0 toundasna the-
.*; the public oUalon. u act. Members of the clUb ar# prepared ^t
-- o#fer a large reward Ips' his mweJit tIo
RWtum7' to We* at t09 police will probably sevepthr. Go'*Bs
(* ableio, MaX 1 74tihe A*lith^ ba :tr Mr c.okld is reported to(41
2mer ACMOac Ma0 kt l at a t lth titadle all Zthe 0arv. avmets to he.a aue
s*trowt will open toi*y after %p dy's dogs sent t TArrytown fromt this ty
:dlisee... A ettle emt was resbe at an hoir's rnotc'
las I lot with the -*es'estatv .--- *---
trades employed there,' Th 'Toeoristi Artists to 4tra,0
1.P00 go beck to work ilith s whita ChlvAg. May ?27,- SEI tiMt t dMa
increase of wages ot 1* pe| seat '.4 be i of Chkcago will so o~th
|a at-.m toay. tn" t-,t f theA* "tW'max4s aar J si. 1
isbey 't 'that 1I2 a week sad halt
W hs hkaaaslesmne ubAih mt lma .MRA

Doubts as to Legality of ElectioM
LIFE RESIDE T IA)uNNillo, May 27,-Under eondl- M
tio na bordering on the farcical. the
Joseph Beckor'Thaeatened to e n 6 ( th oinn Alleged Nurderouslntentions
t o re olv vo-Itos n Da mocr, ati i ii-1
Kill Roosevelt. inary for city and county ot, i. of Italian Worlk:;en.
which was called oft by 11one actfn of ....
Walla Walla Police Arrest Radical So Policemon.and tellers were on duty It Ia Sald an Italian Mofia Had For-
at each polling place, but owing to the
clalit Whom They Belle.e intended ~;ncOrtainty existing as to the l ulated Plot to .ecretly Io Av,
to Murder President of the United ity of the election tho attendance? of With Objectionable Foretmen c, t',e
States-Had Winchester Hid. Voters w 8 small. Nearly ever sa- Many Large Plants.
loon keeper In the city opened lhis Dunkirk, N. Y., May 27.-,A plot ir-
Walla Walla, Waah.. May 27 Joseph place o business aa usual, but at 9 ,ula b n t Mf sct
Becker, a radical socialist, i. in the o'clock the police, acting oIt orders ot aulated by an Italian Mafita secr t.
city jail here lo suaplilo oI having \iayor Oraing r, closed all drIlnktna to do away with objectioaable bo, ,.a
lntenliod to kill Presl4iut ILo(..velt places and a-rrted a number of pro and foroemn lu the laeA'o izt"l ti*
yesterday. prietors. The saloon men In on:n a indu'tri es thuov.dhout tha ou rvy
The entire affair was kept quiet until obeyed a ruling of JudIge Mc'.uab i o i ton dilaovn ld, an oas n ry.,m
the prcsldkst dep.teUroe. l ,cker the polly court, who recognl ,iig the every ltallatu finloyed I)y an m.'.
is accused of raiarking in P I dlei- atate coimmlttee, and announcedd that of a auraturtlug iconcisone he r bas
ton, Ore., last week that ho had one the prit ary was not lon;al atj tat boa suiutuly tliaisstdh. The dis-
bullet for Preasident Roiosevolt ind4 the saloons could remain open. elfrgeu the men: was caused! by at
amoloher for Enmperor Williamn, of Gor. lrly this morning, however, Mvr vices received from the oicils oo f
many. He left for Walla \Valla with Gralnger lauetd i'lrtnmlatin i rder-t t, large pkot l t n ltlpton, Pa.. wyero tt%.
& W-itchester and his Pendleton part- iug anl saloons cl,. ud a in uIed ot (mufld'1 o tlhe su> i(nteidentty 1y tot-
nor, Pat Kin,, followed hlin h ere, notl- its enforcz'empt. The troubtthl wae s l of tile y Ilorznaoti wtR ly pro-
tying the police. brought about by a clash between tho voted by Inforrmties)Rt gtl by i
11ecler was located working in a tatte central co mmittoo and ahe city frilenly Italia who waO aware f the
butcher shop. He was arrested aand and county orgaitneZta)lt (of the I')im- pl<, t
on being swealedi disclosed the loc(a- ocratle party. The I agulity orf to'ty'l The NRaito'nns owictlh 'sr aiad to have
ion of hia rile. which wav cached primaryy will, it is boliievtd, 1), soLUoo 1ou"ttl'Iat(d with ovory big (oncern,
away In a farmer% barn along the later by the (oum I- n this ciunitry enp1ioyting Ittallana.
Ia* of pftreh, Becker is a Swlwis. On ttho requestt of the city and coun- forming them of tho existence ot the
The pollce here tUHn tbat a tragedy ty, l.Nm6cratl (')ominimtee J.u<.g C band, as the branlhev are believed to
wvs narunwly averted. 'ruth yesterday granted an ijunmcton exist In all the larger cloths. This tIt
agalnM, AUlo W. Young, chairman of formatIo n lod t"h offielati of the large
BROWN BIDS HIGH. te Demnocrati atate central commit plant hero) to invoatltgto a murderous
.. .--. tee. restraining him from t(KoItnx g the attk which walnt made uiKo) an AsOA P
rew prion. Bull. 19ader Still Game bocal committee and fomn Inltrfering they worknan a thort tinie ao atl
InCotton MarkeL wi th the rmary set for toda ethy are 8l to have anotrthed
o OeTM 2 W. P Brown, Judge McNal, of the local commit. a nough evidence to werratu the 40*
S loed btt)1 leal e in thb ootto te, notiledl Mr. Young that the a rge ( every Italian emiployd tby
!!fJ."who hoe slt rtulne4 m 4 pmmittee refused to rocognig the res then. The Italians are much excited
t New Tor, k tp r0iona4 W beid oution of the state committee callinKg d trouble is feared.
t i: 1 :tleniad .b o f the ht b primary and lim nedlately M r.
A aVa t t sent te to eb o WOMEN SWEIP STRIBT$h
bov 1h;coin eVdawy' lc.l eomlttem rtemoving them and-
h e I eveZrything :gllZ t onlt maoi|t aew eommiltoo. A ndw They Grow Tired of Dirt Tolerated by
1 o, fotg A'ree of altaMan Wa at once chosen by the City Pathers.
..... ^." he bai for b.o2,o r hourm it tltltunor of worl plioe l twootu
A, W4 t4i54 he bid. o" 2!0,000 sed the committee called off th or hours a n umbovels of wonlan stiet, rvhoo'LS
b "," 00t t gisngle ointri"At o ary set for today, fixing July 80 ttsand hovl o Hak trt, cloeta
*.0 ba8 Wt igred blaWi1 I n flt) th thor'ught*r:tes in front of their
't0athb. o substantial tile John W. Vreeland, meernot of ith 'T ho l i"Fr so ime lith11 h atlaproprig
August lpt Ib that' n otbhwb state central committee fars thf atlon made By tih (-lty ir 'lt'!log
opt^oz: ant4 eeth3lished Rzpew t)S [o4ne'villl district, re wppolotd ti fl the, rtr It hag hln suffliltf ply to
S^ easoi The adnce We poed loal ommitto, hut Cahnan kp tho prnal th b ttvralti p be and Young refused to ratify tte appoint the heart of the town clean,
ttports t^o tr with ments. Service on 'Judgo Caruth' Tho dirt hass ben 'accu-1ltat tng to
t en tai tt the week Inunct yesterday was not bhad on such an extent that th. t odjwivwll
to~y te depart~t of Mr. You. Itl ar that Mr lnst week ).an Mtx Indlvldual
Sk t nln oung! s l Ia oe pt of curt anr his effort to rertvt It.L Yesterday manny
1 10 601s' lTulli0, The id 1 a 0r;st is ein C 4e ofwCmon lIving along Ilark street be.
SOth .o.d for lr. .mou. ... ......... tween Twentyflrst- and Tweanty'thlrd
,!tiyb *.' O.G :O& S GOO l TQO OUTHSRIN. a stroe VV* j* W1# "So l'q "" .. In O.ntl'atlo alnd met at th0 home
SXS NAP. Hg Auotohity Sy! Meger Will 0oon of MOt Goorge Ja14, $i0 nInht
"" .... Qe'.u' r** t. It wM t agreed to mt ike a unrt,
"gW ti *" Atant t, May aY.- ,efouthet rtl, ed attack at a certain hour this morna
oWay atId the obile and'100o railway tax.
; W m liWa .If thlr 1 n j onnsequemtly a hbad of women, wet
a yoel ftwer e* bit t In te pletSt plais of the .na- to work t '. manot4tnl n nomlad t..
hos a t ty omiaet of *-.. the taok until a s apew of tmw t two
year ct hoeo. While Thie ltonba*to has not yet beon, hockha4 tobn ctened. l con w
.onfeaeratap st oflOelty .apoun"ed but It is leartned trcitt with itearn.ters to haul the
an tPhe t 40 les at on soo M*thbrtIy tat oih I Rthe in. dirt way, Ma in the varlouN hts.ho-.
.,to treat a 1thr tati of to he co"tA'ollnj. totmerut olf hol s were not. allowed to partlelpate
41 Y el l: 1 .v e two nW ... th W I* Te movement fbldtfair to NOe4d t*
pro at ore( A has "owned a maonr. t oftut5 o? the etty.
1016 Io. orSni| .taai : C the ta Of. lot Mtob.l i t6, *" w. o *,
tthe M rover Will so Preent.
owZap S'we ( ch.arlton, I. to ttiknotthiat t<|here on April. York, Mw 2t &-rover C#.'
& 1 d wee vr4 e4 &i Se.V e Oexirte ..et at Rhatt'ila e li hasr rpw t trtphed wl be prui
by te bat Charle0ton fat 144, li the satat otIuelppi esse4 the Utee sat-sarT teattng he n(o bevpats
8.. :,a ^ Carw M Ie inalnist! Of "lte Sontlira to s,. t -i t ir( m sraegeail Iin ad of the Jie
am.W pract%4 'wiltlh sn. witmr 0 id to wait UMil thi5 .traps' two m tayor blw will pride. Ae osg
tnt (of (Itlt war, ( rwet feel t bed sonee#sat VuRIA{ (ho May" who wil spek in tAseni to
.wlthe^ easkeSlo o before mahka patisl the ft that tre Mr(olevn ,. at-d tle in r will b to
, a, the 40nte*4r tay. Ai two gat syeta.. woq..ld i.w waited t -- rt 1 *i s l be
the CW eto 3'4w we* e afrO ltAg nt. ,; IrJ yu; P )i
Yokrh: wer, be theA so da 4aa. It is probable tlte fit name of the ow At4 iiu titriieU stafcall aiN9t -^o*, er thsat Atly, and that thweter tht ettbee 9 'aly. a
Ifee tiomposteg that syemne wth be Potp Vtrtey
-.^^#p1)Q M $1 mM a mpny- Ma,*a pa, we K)hr by Torna

Wlt..bes. -_ deee4 M .e ." KUK y Suir er~- st..k the thes ,pil for the f.
t gB ar at %bw aryt ^-. #1o huleA W' i a on Two pevw.-, Megate Panrt, 'ed it,
$1tehei.et d o y 4, aurreuer.4 to the ed. ltleve were tured4. but all will

tOwe blo l r the a 4 rttoryin
.WK~g^^|iaBK~M^^I~t.^^?rjr ^ T ^L^ i .^w T e old derwtory Wliding
*;< iit e 4wrpi wih a2 $-* d power )bems. wesr Oblows o",.
'14 $i'' y' 0 fe A tolt"J'Il~*y t~a;^ H~^ a '" 8'ft ~w t ~ Wicttita *., -.^^..,,......^.. *.
A fW1ada(bl I*1'Sprsag week an4 Stank.
;iyi|( 11)ag $#tatfPlymoot, Mvy 27^-n4 hf.Prvicas
Ltbo frwttoe probs e leas 4. shliae
owl iT.iiiidp e* sast of the Se)nt?
$ t .40* sta boas The
l A- h_ 'p a __t _tt_ __ _ea__O
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B lGAINESVILLI,1 Y 28, 1903W

V%" w.' w. R.. watN t.Z sI .... rbk t .r-.e: "EP io
w. Ab~5' aseaar, tit it bwv. Chodbe Joa raLt o = Sit the 1 O Cy Ie I rr
n o .s - t h erer e m inen c o
^ :'' 'iBBB^ "n ..... i'I '' in '' n'" I *-" ~-'-- "" -" r-^- 1' i j A idn d S CORECTLY I"lt M,
i.;r Ur_ Ut the 44a. Otrpe onse, a tlrepct. r' Of. J I 9aIItt3 la Iro -e a LIB FALITYoPOLICY COT
si tradition it tbcme safte to s bthe bat aSrn an I comAdeit PROMtTPAYMENT o S t
a tHs it the river-afttr the writer frws w *i wasot acbed t e yaws
So matter how wars water m ais d We over the m important point and p a
be earlier. no matter bow o14 it maU way Wottd etw Se t Oei e t as far so it a shli are of your bnuines.
aon that da y then 0r the ,re to take back s a ar. t'ee, was t e In the
SiPET ARE aeNCOURAGING ti.e rtst switu. Oth ered #dtes ar c matrac'tis of mechFa t AM o
+ r 'ter iotraned Inr -"Itan at on" y 5.- OE l*ltb w th GIEalo|eg il FLO
SWas 280 rt Barr. coe te e bef t was t t y
S u1 IMa wt Edver, a on it appl tO all Itals. but toF Pryuoheate to ea. but tr at to
S.l e en Even MO Age ea l e tto A al ctrrto of ,
:, I Seen workger Prof Acmmo* wto man &ae toc h ean apple efoe m euitae o5y sa tart a tian ..-
te aeMA t, the t th of A ugustr howev pe t u r M-w _D 1t Te maatrtte
ta a-noEastrFlorids SemoI-d notbe-rit12tto-eat I bo oaf w oobdin e alVito t et r ae l nd LockC C mp

gq4 oe of s t oeodt teacerfal tey hae or INyrl tho e able tco p arisns es d e ked a The "Victo is the best safe me, and parties ontemplat-
*aM of its lexistewne Thee boreI IrF ot1trg among toAuttoe Vrt nuw Itaye u .o iing the p3reohae of a safe, or anyt4ng in that line
Aihi s AO be"n brfrer ;bo ner before 4 oiong tbe o the a t na the Of d from a box t a bank t l A ony
ry of te shol, the d wo rait a nd cked over. by using us. Cail on or address,

i~ iar of athe l, n t r n oan died from an t.e of cjg o lc or mk
. h si with every el- a oay t Ft y bth of theai. At that moment a cy-7 Information cheerful furnihed. GAESVLE FLORIDA
".i.eieoe tUponisthe school its fase At te idoay s troly eoldst arrived and wr throwsian off hs
liy sald its itidents. agiinss his own i-teres:s the iAer- a" i by the. pritrate for e figures, and f a gr 1grpI
As a school worker rof. J. Gol- an wal not i a ni geu before a cr- aidiuetaeouliy a rtcal. me up and ..
Ho, the .....te..det, has pmven tan d(ay. wbetber the e..o.n be La e or. eThe magtt -

have only to refer to his excellent reach the age of mutton sboujd It hare
*one of ass- nts, Who have worked bee sisanetaa ssan e.Aforhg Th almost every neighborhood some- Air Line Railway.

While the statemenis made with hdge in a RBstan's existence. cholera morbus, often before medicine sCa.nS" ErracTriu AP.IL t2,. .13.
l doe repeect to former ouperintend- could be procured or a physician sam- ... ,___
*Is oef this isatitotioD which all Flor-e Ue B. ..ra t Iaw, .oned. A reliable remedy for these .r 1 i So mi' N.v I SION ,
dleve to honor, bhe school bea A gentleman w iso i now general on- diseasesashould be kept at hand. J The l ...................a iwIn ................ .. a
es a little on the downuwnt tred p[intndendt of a ralmrod began life risk is too great for any one to take. i 0 1s34 p 4 f p, .1. Waldo .................. sa
for the pa few years. This f t by tryi to prwatire law ti a Miourt Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera jad l 4 GAIE8VILLE I a i.....L j
-fohsfaheriwhowasayeus*. of foes. 445oa S piW .................... .... so.................. .......5 13
01 seeibey t^eakeotwltb- vltlsiage O of is or atfimt cases was be- Diarrboes Remedy has undoubtedly ..... ..It....... p ::Ar .. ........-CedarKey...... I....... :.Lv 5 I
ad o e deed notit o a j of the of more pe and re- ... ............... suer .... ... ..
MaMi revery entrs Iwas put for- the phcis After a twomy wransle be v lieed morejpin and suffering than 2 .......
w" $to keep the enrollment up. The teen the young attorney and hbi ad- ay other ne in use. t ca............Orlando...... i 5 .. ..............
begl asalaysben mildl (4 genture hlm. hying: ..."e depended uyon.. .For 'sale by t.414 .a...................s...U6...4. ...........,. i 19 I08 '
sA! &has always been soevessful in versry. the old gentleman decided the an ei Plaw.... ..

thre has been aso apparent shortage man gave ent to some expressions of 7 ta .......srasota. ..... o
both 1* the sswhles and the atteaRdah one1r.. Thtpa. ov
The laztcyway be attributed so the started to "wae the roon. iLls father NORTH AND EAST 1 4 1 SWETA.NP NNw OIL3ANS I 1 W A
T*!# a be attributedt 1 1 E.tE.VOY LE | E: Kk...bi....
Sou:itstitto sin the tte, all of "Young man. do you expect to make ava b :,. ...... $.. 1S.. ArMadon .................
.. .. ...... FIR E n :Ar:ntte lo....................:
wchnaurlly had a tendency to your livlnx praetiring law?" FR BO and ,......... ... ,..7 2V&.-..................p, S

daw upon the prospective material of, The son. who had by this time
3as Florids Seminary, with the re- reachlied the door, shouted back as he
-olt that the enrollment had gradually retired from the field:
d4oreased, in the face of all the ener- "Net before such a blamed fool court
gy exerted to build up Its attendance. an this."
Wh.en Prof. Gulhlams assumed the fle albantoned the law and engaged
responsible position of superintendent Green a ng w great su .-
of the institution there were scarcely
pore than a hundred registered or as- A Bluff That Work*d.
i': ped pupils. With that energy char- Peter Newell, the artist.* was camp-
: ateriltle of the man, and which has IIng out In Colorado at one time, Uring
asde himn fmous as a school worker It n teL N.ews eanme of a nocturnal
t ghogfhout the country, he went im- Imurer In the neighborhood. and con-
,edately to work, with the result sidemblIe uneasiness was manifested
thtthe enrollment thi. term in all by some nenbere of the amly. Mr.
daritment., aggregated two hundred hoNMett representing otn of tb-
.,ophuettr re .wntn|g n of the
ad eighty pupi, and Prof. Guiillitani ,roughewt western type, all with pistols
stated that hetould havo secured one in tweir belts and in the attitude ,of
hundred more had the barracks been I men titesely Interested in a game of
espable of accMnmodating them. It poWker The sllltowmttes r. Newell
it hoped that before many terms will fastenlte to tho lnner canvas of the
bave elapsed this diflletlty will have teit. At night the family, stepping
out-side ittto the darkness to view the
been tovercome. result, were entranced with Its success
The fall term of East Florida Seml- The shadows thrown from the a.lI
uAry will begin the last Tuesday in bouettes In the lighted interior d4-
Septembor, which will fall on Septom- eated a tat filled with poker playing,
Sber 2. Prof. Guillilams, who i. one of pistol shoottig desperadoes. Thence-
the most competeut normal instruct. forth the Newell family slept In pav.
tots In the South, expects to coaduet a toral pea,
swo weeks' teacherV' institute at In- .o . "40*ti.*
vernei, after which he will return to On the adoption of the word *"olly"
Gainei.ville. ie will no doubt spe 4 Into the p na It bad the meaning of
the greater arts of his vacation here, tbetiful, as It has amon he rench
UincdentalU laboring for the au0eas of today, ThAe MOat4h dramatist Bealu-
East Florida Seminary for the ooting aooat- of theo satetenth cetuy speaks
S1 e f lofo9Utfirst1mother as "the jolly Ev:e"
^The elopientfacuoltyof Emt FlorMida to to ieAftb.
.1rlous, regaid'les'of phystes! beauty.
- smilnay, who have also lalprd with But this latt r n meaning probably
all energy, are to be congratulated nO the right one after all, as the word
the success of their various depart. doubters comes from Yule (Yu-le). the
ment. paVan Christmas, so to speak, for be It,
A Frm -&.l, ne."o,~ 0 kn that what w-e now observe as
C Far .whritns day was a heathen holiay
"A van living on a farm near here ealled YTle, anid the.Yule festival was
came in a ahort time ago completely one of anoy demousttration.
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand-. YAule lodeed memnm otiae or outcry,
ed him a bottle of Chainber lain'# Pain. pflsittg in loud v Balt and told him to use i freely and lg,,. making outcry In hour of their
It not satltfled after Using it he need 1g. Fromt yule. t.111 to Jolly the step
at pamy a cent fr i ,." ays C. P ay- Is short and eawys. botl metantl revel-
ryat rejoiltig. Ours isA risen Lord,
der,of Pattena ltils, N. Y. "A few th-Aa the amn. 'The w vdt are identl
days later he walked In o the store a i al. o, too. In large de r, e the Cthrist.
tight as a string and htd4ed 11* a |uis j dollar, in, ie me th t h ue. iatoa adh clo seola do
f -Chamberlain's aPn Balm. I wantt e.i
tin the house al thle time, for it c ured sil rds .z t the
D.*," For sale by all drtggistf amd ldpro-tt with tbo past.

to Waia"' All ia .lub. 1 'Yots wottl get Alonig a gr at de~al
-Johuny." tid hiis tuolther severetjl, i b:ttcr tf you dIdn't ,et st )exeit," sa*d
"Be on-e ha takets a big Splce of gin- the amn mat to hIst itrasble friend.
"art"ead out of the pastry." "t'unt you learn to keep your temperr'
Johnny blushed guiltily. "Kwp my tespwri Well. like tha~" 4
I "Oh, JoIhnny ? e etaetmed. "I retorted the other. "Ia lav, you un-
( Illt think it waa oli yoa. dertau that IX hap taot temaper I
5 atn't at," repIUed Johamy; "past ooe day tham yu habi. I your pcee-
S. thS 1 IT@p durin .... g a wbole a frilI

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A ....I.. UIs5p. Aracllworlen. ............$....*6 7
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Oosotimon for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except
1atiGom Gainesville.
3 ere, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tumva.1aok vtle a d lew York, via Richmnond and Washington. Vesti.
bad e between JAtkonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
d nin Vr4e from a ovlle. ... .. ....
1. Sk dMailUday coaches, mall, baggage and express eavr pe -i:
(woen J feenvi.e and Wafhiuto, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
o eonnetas as Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua. Willeford, Wannee a*and
intermed ite points and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
14No. 6 d t kumin sleeper between :ew Orleans and Jacksonville.
*Stoauaw forXKy West and avaTna.-Leave Port Tamtpa Sundays, Tueedays
awn 'Th rn.1 L n.. an
4O AcDO! LL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
O 0. OO(B, Ttheat Agent, GainesvI.le.

lyde New gland and Southern Lines
i'ect Serv ewe-I JACKSO OSTO and

. .... .....From Lewis' W hart o
,a s* tor, S. ancs I j P.(DeLad). and lntere didat

Leaves ayl3le 8 p. Baday. TuAsdays and urdaysd '
I.s .. . As tor Le i L .

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Apr a IA r
Ayr 1 iai

DA I sN:

.AY 1~8 1~Ot~ -

5lag eltsIl He DevelopM
ye,.3td Ieituty.
eopiiient of a spiudly legged
lL"i grown horse is an Inter-
i to watch. In "Horses.
author describes au instance

a ti.nhandsome colt he was.
imatIck legs seemed twice the
'legth. and so thin you would
,1 hye believed they could ever
um. Hls head, which somehow
ted the lines of a bootjack, was
d. hardly on a ewed neck.
S-imee the slender legs thickened,
4cest deepened, the barrel filled
the head became less ungainly.
^t to make up for these inurove-
gta,the colt's markings began to set,
'eytOok the shapes of a saddle stripe,
yewhite stockings and an irregular
white blaze covering one side of his
face and patching an eye. On chest
ind belly the mother sorrel came outt
atiher sharply, but on the rest of hiii
Brstllhat peculiar blending which gives
e blue roan shade, a color unploisiih
jbothe critical eye and one that lowers
the market value.
1 The Death of Ke-t i'h.
h $lie dtath of Kenith. I :;f my;r th-
ical king of Scotland, w. ..' of the
.0oet remarkable n alil hi;s:ty thlit Is,
,tt i< can consistently be called, a his-
torteal fact. According to the story,
iKenith had killed a son and brother of
the warlike Fennella. She for revenge
p'aUBed Willtus. the most Ingenious art-
slet of the time, to fashion an automatic
2Bdeath dealing machine, a wonderful
statue filled with hidden springs, lev-
m' er4, etc. When finished and set up, this
brazen image" was an admirable work
i0tart. In its right hand it held a basin
iatld in the left an apple of pure gold,
i)both set with diamonds nnd other pre-
Aous stones. To touch this apple was
t hare death, it beitrg so arranged that
one guilty of such vandalism would be
ipnedifttely riddled by poisoned ar-
ldors shot from loopholes in the body
of the statue. Kenith was Invited to
o~me and inspect the wonder, and king-
Slie and just as Fennella-had hoped he
tried to pluck the precious imitation
;*.frit. The moment his hand touched
-f the Inerusted jewel he was filled with
S.poronied arrows, dying" where he fell.
How He Escaped.
,,.Not long ago an English chrate sut-
prilled his parishioners by nlitrrying a
w 40w considerably older than himself.
The' astonishment was still greater
vhoen the cause was known. The e-'.
iato htad become engaged, to a young
1itr :,,whose frivolous conduct soon led
i4it to regret the st9p. He offered a
|.settlement for his release, but it was
LtefUsed i He endeavored In every way
|t o break the engagement, but without
:succeSs. ..
'Is there nothing I can do to escape
Sthils?" he exclaimed one day In despair.
i1"Yes," remarked the girl's mother,
WhO was present and who bad been,
the prime mover in the marriage nego-
tatlrons, "by marrying me." .
ST'he curate decided, If be had to mar.-
lO-' ne of the two, he preferred the
mother and accepted her. The.young
girl soon married a wealthy stock-.
..- NIghtpeaa.
For external application the titI,
c4p ls rarely seen. It to 0frst mentlin
o d dI itidng the time.of the Titd P~rru
the', inventoryof Henry V1II.' Wo**
robe; we comes across the folowl*g
item: "A- nightcap of bl~eof Wh t #
iobroldered," No wonder Xtth t #UeB
;:gearing. that, as 0satek 'e w .wgmts.
'iUneasy rests the oad that: W. s a
crown." Poor old t:hop LathI i we
ot content with oe eiMghtct B i.
a' s follows: "He held- lil hat In lla
h^e:ad and upon it a nIghtcap o .two
1.4 a great cap, sucht .5 towni-Utt
his chin." They evtd~lftly behlered In
keeping their aends warm In thole
days.-Iialth. -
I' r ; The Don,*.e I Co.est.le. .
T.,he great danger of cocalne le. In
Sth Iifact tha t It is the mot agreeable
aiA;, alltring of all narcotic,. It da U'
Qi^etdfl ,:cor jfltt:.o..ll a little more:
'it;kat veness tintn u lsua. There. Is
ll !. eoatusie or-,iau~eta, and the picaS-
ahi*'.tet tw re produced with n corn-
pe.pittv*y' smatl dose, hut syunptomsi
of poisoiBing are rapidly developed< and
- Within t:ree months of the ODtlonmit-c-

imettt of t', habit there may be mark-
p'o h hitn of ll.dtseg rapto low of
'-:.:' nry II:u inlio a id S0a Uspiciootn .

p'odaetftioi o? nt-ae t-st'epi not ofly
)Ma-e xncltarznie e < original ffirtleti

of the iB l, llt ttv .'- ifr. t e.
a fral f iert.i. r >-*r. i.* 1t, *i(.. ce,. t of
.the' anuia: .ii mlf.-ir ,ro wthile
-tlthose .Btatew. w' aAi. ry IeAtt. attentto'n;
to to re c iA-''; .A 9 r s u* v r *di ed ,th
frost':, :" i to:. i:: ...V 2 ..,'t o a : ....

Ths Peculiar ,Habit of the "ls-.-
torlaa* EiDaily Litfe.
The daily life of Thiers was very pe-
culiar. le rose always at a very early*
hour, about 6 o'clock In the morning,
seldom later. After a cup of colffe and
a light repast he would work steadily
for many hours. Then he usually took
a walk or would perhaps play a game
of tennis before breakfast. which meal
was served at the usual French hour.
Then he would speak to his friends and
go out for a drive, sometimes pay visits
and return a little after 4, when he
went regularly to bed and slept till it
was time to get ready for dinner. For
some extraordinary reason his dinner
hour was 7:50, and he was very punc-
tual. After dinner he always slept for
twenty minutes or half an lour and,
then would remain up chatting and
talking to a late hour. His brightest
mtuotnLt was always subsequent to is
after dinner sleep. No one could be
more a3rteeable in conversation, more
easy or natural or -more. ready to im-
part information without belig prolix.
He was a true Provencal in all his
tastes and habits. He loved the bright
sun of his native Provence. ,lie thor-
oughly appreciated the peculiar charm
of the cosst near Marseilles, the beau-
ty of thl? gray olive groves and the
smile of the Mediterranean. He pre-
ferred the dishes of Provence to almost
any others, Hlo used to mix oil tiberal-
ly with Ills food, and I reine*mber at a
dinner at the D)uchesse Quillern's a
fair sized bottle of oil was specially
placed next his !plate. and he colsumiaed
It all.-Cornhill Magazine.
Puzsled the Protesnors.
An amsiiing Joke. was practiced upon
the exnamniers at Cambridge, says ait
London paper. It had'been said that
the examination in mathematics 'had
been becoming far too difficult, and
very real complaints had -arisen from
tutors. To the astonishment of the-
university, all the elgtheen or so so-
lutions pleared on the day before the
ex.tuiuation in the Granta, "worked
out, we believe, by our office boy."
HIow the miracle was performed re-
mained a secret until It had been suf-
ficiently wondered at The editor of
the Granta had secured the services of
a number of recent senior wranglers,
who In privacy had deliberately set .to'
work to master the problems Which the
university dons had been econocting'
for months past. The task bd4 to be
accompllhed wIthin twenty-fou(rhmbkk
and the printers were up all b4.ht s4-
ting the solutions in type.. atOraoUy
the ranthe thousand tbi"t
WHow He o*lt I....... ..
A good to told aout a form
member of the MliMsool le5 t, a!e r
Before hi election he ,W iobruitciljy
'boke" When ht returned from :e u
ferwon City, he exhibited $500 In go1Sd.
crip g1,eIba. I. SO of bW friend
'#olUedd" hi about lis 0r1'pertY.
-2You -din't hae cent WhsI you
went to the legialatre, did. you,
",Not a kblamesd cent Id Je"..-
"Amt ra irnatted o; '

ai: tt t bd bit I a.-o
twice. thrkieA torth ud4 a ft0hl ti r
the we apun spppd Tte* nosed b
dhi rt. Ty lgUt rla~o thi
-Itto ft an h, A50. id by l Id
left: thle p latm i wpedo th....
sswteant .o u no? ptan,' rt.s...
teked up wih 4tejdsd wApIti. Wt
!* ro the dour an erse kottery CiStrs*.

T'he oysters( 'o At Ac1tp u oy lsrpee
diuflhr g reetly' earui a Al''o.tbs 4'0e
ts'allfrrv. 1110 sfy 0 tdpli 4@tW the

ed forthe p trpose of- W.r ~ t*
umore delicate and of b~tAel AlI.
W< out f sea. an- ,U-Ta aIs#wiag
to th oyster to *saftStud sind -a ad

wa t'ar tt h tr 80n, 6" .. v a
T. i ALLEN, L 0., Ph;i |B

.,-," '.4 L iE

and the EAST.
The NORTH and WEST...
Newest Dolsg r
P~I muas Care
Oln All Train-.,

AID "The Sapphire Country."
Dixtl"tn Car
sTHrvio n.
The .BeMot.

SOIJTHELRN RAILWAY, H. F. CARY. atr.ict Pauncner Agoxn,
S108 W. Kay Street. JACKSONviLU,. FLA..
W.A. TURx,. P.T. M., W shlntIon. D. C H. H, HA wICK, G, P. A,, WashlnKton, (. C
WM. H .TAYLoR, A. CG. P A,. Atlanta. Ga.

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

NV Stttia i o vtia, Vio,
Dupon T DonT np.ll &o. upon llft .mor
or or Stamnship \ Jacik'vllle and
JN- ousawevLno Jaconvnlla ut Line VMVt W mmoi.r.

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

Dlpew~ Fo

a ~o pun-

vi.87 pn

Time Table in ffeot May 24. 1903.
High 8priags, Newboery and Inter-
mnediate Points

Oeatls Leesburg and Tampa, and


trrivo From

4 ;40 p in

l7 'atje dlat QPoints I
S : n 1 PalIts, -atoni, Jaoksonville, 1:45 p m
o ast an4 aW easly

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Alacina C0 t y

Abstract Co,

B. R. COLSON, Manager,

The question of Title a
first considleration for the

Abstract of Title
T'o any piece or land in
Alaouan tou nty fiurnrlihed
on appllta Ioun.

LAidl all tmattors coneerun
Ing the redemptiou of un.
canceled tax eertiflcates
attAmded to promptly.


New ImWiigus In All SIXs.

A Full Assortmient, I iwlumdln
his Latest Pattorns.

4 FREEZERS,. and All
Spring and Summer
Spoolaf~t lee


Gainesville Xachine W0As
Can turn and straightonr whole length
of shlafting nail Pipo-Outting
)p to I2 hI ot01l .

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'.ted a tee pjst Onloe at GatneavlUe, la,
>m'le4 seoond-olass mail matter,
M OR 3 boCUaEA RY. Editor and Prop'r.,
g9 W. Man laSe a8. TrlBarmPao 48-2
:,'IW HIDAX 'r Svw.p1nbllsaed every morning ex-
i:" ptMonday, delivered by carrier in thel clty.
,Or 5ttiled to any part Of the United States. pos-
; te free, for s a year; $0.65 six months: $1,26
shroee months; or 50 cents for five weeks--
s tratly in advanoe.
l 0nga aotses in local column. 10 cents a
S. t, for fliyt insertion, and 5 cents for each ad-
..... tonal tnstertion.
Rates for dip ay, advertising made known
O s'.oa apliaUon. _
Tble Twiee-a-Week Sun sla an erlght-prge,
S ,ortvyoo-ltn paper, published every Mon-
4daT and tThurMndy, and contains all 'the
AoWi of the week, local, state and lfen-
er*W and will be mailed. Ipostage free, to any
part of the United States or Canada. for $1.00
a Vear--inl advance.
kA ,lldvortiitni bill become due after first
Sdp* arance of advertiSement, unless otherwise
lItppilated in contract. Parties not klpiown to
S Wis will be required to pay for advertisliintn ad-
TVlAae. Address. THE DAILY SUN,
UAI.NhliVul4lE. .FLA.

Twenty-seyen of the railway bridges
in Uganda, South Africa, are of Ameri-
can construction.

The Germans are becoming exten-
vivo purchasers of American wind
mills which they use to drive electric
(The Ohio Republican convention
promises to be the sceno of a lively
fight between thHanna and the For-
aker forces, with the President as the
caucus belli.

The Iowa tariff plank, having re-
ceived the approval of Senator A Idrich,
the "high priest of protection," will
now be accepted as unobjectionable by
the "stand patters."

Six hundred and ninety-live immi-
grants were denied admission to the
United States along the Canadian bor-
der alone, during the month of April.
Most of those excluded were aillicted
with some form of contagious disease.

Signor Giorgion, the new operatic
star, attracted attention from a nmu-
Bi01an by the musical miannor in which
he called his wares when ho was a fish
vendor. In otifer words he became fa-
mous through his musical singing of
the scalo.
The roasting that (.ov. Penny packer
and the Quay machine is getting from
the Republican and Democrat news-
papers alike, proves to the Pennmisy lva-
nia bosses that it is impossible Lo muz-
le tho indepeindtntl, prsi ty atny lil(b
law their ingenuity cait invest or
their partisan imalit execute.

Their "lilly whites" hIve beep defeat-
ed in' Albaaut.t, .tid tbhe-. 4 a it
tans' 'ilil1 be at the next i ihbliAk
natonid l coli vention with t(' sdiezW d
delegation for sale. Mr. Roosevelt*s
negro ,pq1iy wil avail htimUa hht
6lnio'V man is there who l WtI S 1 t
nomination and has the vuin in his
pocket, ... ............. ........ ..

President toosevelt is giving each
one of the mnimbers of hia c'isli11be:
chance to show t is porwesg on 'the
stumi.p. Tohe latest to be ordered to
the front is Secretary Wilson. So fot
hlie has not ordered Mr, Payno out. At-
m ight boe rather ernlmarrassatigtoAi.
rayneto to xplai the- rottetnness in his
* department.

Act.ording to Diirector of the Mint
S Roberts, (lovermnr ('nuiniuin of Iowa
has aOtually abaidIIontd the "Iowa
idea" and nothing more will he heard
of the "revision of ththo tanriT sehed-
S Rules which shelter monopolyy'" but it
will be cruol to refer to t tl t fct. Ed-
itorsare iespoeiatty requiicsted not to
"rub it In."


T* HNi EGO" -L* s Fr lcf,


Maryland has a negro pbstmaterr
sr-n.sation on its hands. A shorp time
asgo n .postofflce was established at
Quindoequia, in Somerset county, in
that State, and on recommendation of
Representative Jackson a negro named
Andrew J. Day was appointed post-
master. This week the Postmaster-,
,General abolished the ofilce, The real
cause of the abolition of the Quindoo-
quia pcstofflce is found in the fact that
as soon as it became know that a post-
otlice was to be established there and
that Mr. Jackeon had named Day as
poAstmaster the people of the State be-
gan to grow angry. Never since the
beginning of the postal service ha'd a
negro held the office of postrniftte r in
Miaryland, and tlih Marylauders did
not, propose that the practice should he
begun att this late day. As soon a
Mr. Jackson discovered what a lot of
trouble he had mnade for himself eto
appealed to the Postoffice Departiment
to help lhim oiu tof tile difficulty. Real-
izing the bad effect arevival of the
negro question in Maryland would
halive on the campaign for State officers
and United States senator next year,
so far as the Republican party is con-
corned, Mr. Payne ordered the post-
offlce abolished and the negro lost his
job. This would seem to be a proper
occasion for a few protests.

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay One
1Hundred, Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's Oatarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this fifth day of De-
cember, A. D, 1886.
SW. A. GLiA1soA,
4RAlt j Notary Public.

i tlall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and acts directly on the blood and
ntmcots surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
S F. J. CI Nay & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Antarctic Explorers Bolleve They'
Salghted South PoleC.
:;i: PFr:uc.ia o, May 27,-Alcilt'0unaIt'
SISh tk' l uon, R. N., has arrived h fl'
on It:,' ,c U'Ue.' Vonttre, fero A'u tral, ,
on lhis way to lEngla:nld to nmakit -
port iiipun the progxerei O the A itatt-h
tic oxplin'ation. expedition ot tfhe R f-
a.l (leog'raphtcal society. The Et1lip
mie'covery satilled from lln'glftnd NoV.,
1f. 1, il, Ini quest of scItltiflkalifolma-
to14)n. Thre or the party on 'owiit:
hit a siut routh pole t!un has ever olleidbgne
Before. 'These men aTe Cailtatln R. V.
Stott, in command of tie expedition:
Licutc.'nant Shackelton anad Mr. Wil-
son. They were 97 days on the ahipp
SWith a temperature throughout at 50
|doetea ,below zeTro,
The most iaptortant dl tatWy made
so far s tHittf fltli. of, )Tdt41W''
tab 01a 0 4011ae O
,ngm for 300 minle, rand 1it i b..Ved'
4 be thb ,.n .i" '*
APhy.iclan ale1. ,,.

years, wrtea *i45 perso, tal eperienae
', had been greStlytolthered wii,, kdi,

ny. Cure, After taking thrte t' ki
I was entirely relic ve4 sad etUred, '
tirescriboit now dally tn wy pr totie
itd hert recoi mbend ita use to ll
pr*cribed fritn hund#dVo! eases with
imrfeto success." Sold by C. Wal.
Iteen'sdrug store.
C'bAr Chlk'ren Bretueht to U. 9,
Snn IhEPO,. Cay.,, MIgy 2:T,*- .;, Dpart od

S evl', Ct'Uan ch'daremn has arrIved here
in bargee of Se-.rt:ary -Phire. of it.l
4 A'limeIphica'l Prothorhood. They Were
tica i at once to. the honloteao', at
I'. in" *I na.' The childrten iant di'

And now air. trotvlct ;K w' mt w st im .t \trn (.b, whfre K&thbm...n,
doininatt the IPacitlc ocean, lnt i itf mhy now Us and will be for sev~iflt
we do that it will bo necessary Ito on-' tnt'rhs a nd ah) to enter th Re4Ja4
trol their appromchets according t th ti' l school. it' is understood theyo
Mahian Aohool of strategUy, aI w tt'i' by way of Or les and and
should have to aunlx Sitiuh A,in,r.,ia, o'staTte were plaIe J In the way o'
Australia and Asia. Mr. Rose.vlt is their entealn te U t'
laying out a stretuous life for I l, na- Not a Sick a- Since
tion hat is liable to induce th- u, of i was takoet very sick with kidne
serve tonics. Trouble. I tried all so1 of eielh,-
e :.: nu of whichh trelii'd me.' Otd4iaylI
The sarcastic nmmanner in which P Vt-- stiw anld. of your ieetitllo thte d
ssiter General; Iayno belittlld cx- determined to try t.t' XAtt
Qasher Tulloch*sa satiient, made at few doses Ia .ttt Slel
,Pl a*' request, bhohuld t(nrish the thereafter waejantltly eu#t4i
With sanpl mprf that tUe not seen a plk
'4 i^ M *^ O,.esI 111 guie have

w*4o tho hl In d Gnerlt,

.*--E-V LV FLORIDA", MAY 28- 1903


Must Be Tried for Assasination of oN ROUS S

Jackson. Ky. Mfay 27.-After an all the age of 45 or o, when the vital powerS are tatxue,,y weaker,
uy, eeslon o the speci rand isnoticed that a hurt of y kind heals slowlyrand often avery insignifi.
jury, to n ad from weicq h the principal scratch or bruise fanoml pimple ?came On' ltt,.i me no
witness was escorted under protection becomes abad ulcer or or..i.no onvenae. d.ag e for ot.
of a guard of soldiers curtia Jett and ore. Atthis time of ton about ithad ov. biw not
Tom White 4ere last nigbt indicted ife warty growths, ea s. This oni e son ti n tge aer
for the assassination of. James B. Mart moles and pimples that r n to t o n :a1r t U '. nd detsmine
CU. The 'action taken by the grand have been on the body to give it a ai an e le what a
Jury was prompt and decisive and almost from birth begin oean heaI and after taing a feow bottle disap
s to inflame and festr, pered entirely i wa two years alo; there are
there is a growing impression that jus- to inflame and fester, ered no th e On a 7 ral e-
tice will at last be administered ina atnd before very long ti nou "od r. Sii W, Wyon, Mo.,
the Hargls.Cockrejl feud, of which At- are large eating ulcers. t healinr then you may be sure
torney Marcum was the latest victim. Whenever .a sore or ulcer is slow in healing then you may be sure
Aside from the protection aeowrded something is radically wrong with your blood. Somine old taint or poison
Captain J. B. Ewen by the militia the that has been slumbering there for years, is beginning to assert itself,
proceedings were unmarked by any and breaks out and becomes a bad ulcer and perhaps the beginning of
unusual incident. The work of ae Cancer. These old sores are rooted in the bloo, and hile washes, soaps,
lecting a grand jury was brief. Only sales, etc., keep the surface clean, they are not healing A lutedblood
eight witnesses wre examined. Capt. medicine to purify and strengthen the polluted blood
Bwen, the principal witness, has been and a tonic to b d S the general system i whtNo
a prisoner In his home since It became is needed, and S. S.. is st sh a remedy. No
known that ho would testity. At the poison is so powerful and no germ so deadly
known that h wouas klled testi wasy. At th that this great etable blood remedy cannot reach
time Marctum was killed he was stand- I ckl that ts it wonderful ciirative prop-
Ing beskle him in the courthouse door it, and ulcers of every kind quickly to writ" .us l aon ut it, and medi-
with his hand on the attorney's shoul- erties. If you have an old sore or uiccr, \rite ,l ~1, a by out it, andphedi-
der. A squall of tolthcojr escarted him cal advice or any information you may d (sire will be give by our physi-
from hisu hom e to the courthouse d cians without charge. THE SWIFT .r'f-. b .e'" AT.ANTA, GA
back again after he bad boen for ....
two hours in the grand jury room giv- I o d s
Ing testimony. 'e streets were crowd. f St
ed during the Jou0rneys, but no demon- 1
stration was made.

Disastrous Wsecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Thrott and Lung 'Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorchestei, MAass., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all druggists. Price 6Oe.
and $1.00, Trial bottles free.
Politics 6. ranchh Honduras.
N('v Or!ic,:'.-, May 27.--Ships from
Spanilsh Huonduras brough-t the news
that ccngresz was still discusalog Bo-
nilla's .tatus andi that the nsajoilty wil-
itirtall him co ututl pr
the minority 149g to app
provisionIal i 4*0vt,,'Ior r
order a .nae l eiOc ti..1 Arks offlojls
Niho ftfd hidVh fb)an l iidiklftto.d to re4
turn. S;,e'no a s a4d to be ic Panama,
'whe< h&~fl~~ sail for the nte4,
3ate' M. 'eatheryton*. im.
mnan, acd9 rlce, an
we~tre. iS~rciotetp lieutenant cotgJ
e .i4' 1r brayrqlan. battle it
ai p 4, yl . i .i --."

.'lTo.asu1~t dAestlai relleve distress

bnood' q Pl

oldsiy htere. 26 centa.

Platers and Growers ofU Lo

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aemme of
of Friday. .. ,
a"a.te on one PriMt,"
trikine tnWotUi06 a a whOO
son who had been coinedd ," 557.
mn prosecuted his hmrothr a0* tahe gSig
*roprietot for imprisouifcnt M. WWI`
plres" Theprosmctor. hiI100lt a.'KAt
.nes in support of thte IndiCtW04tt, Iw
put l.to the wiIImeT .le, v,19
When Ergkitne caVei to'C 0ct-M hln, he tritd tQ ditpovefrr,' orI lkt
*alletuatlnn of mind4 t r at tat*
Sexmiluitiol*. conducted wltb fih. th word 'la& t
skill and sAgxn e i W pparet by t'
-anster. for nairle a o tio' Ar twA
completely follhd. C lo tt :. 1~
SBut a gr. ,rnnn who hnd come aSc T VIJ. b ~, 4 : t
mentally lnIo tourt whispered in II O r ia-eb"l tb 4 *s*a0S
sk.ine's enr. Ihlt th, wttnes thUbght be t-1out 1,6 ibea
Vas the Sgvioir of mtiklrid. eil ratl -t0 l b0?7 *
On rt'(ivl.ing the hint Firwklne made of the t~aoIld h.. 0
t low bow to the proeutor, iddred to wander abt tol
'"him In termnn of great reverenceP, re m udite regoa betwoo bas Aa
spe4tftllx beggeu to' npologl e f'or h1l|. AmWh o. 4.- 88. t
..t iia: '..trea id i 90on -ot o 11 er5 the ihand Of tbe 0ep, dtb t p
It, Chartater !'l a .ati him by the aII# t* I thrown m at lh tree irbl) ss*t|
3 1 Christ, The n ta 3diatbly g1^1*I4 a guidepost to *1otat 91t tba ka4 *
't"oU hnlast spokb ttuit '. ,,-1m ads to lasen a.uG tha co *tiS
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her? any 'interet i.. pWitn1. .n ft
Ms. Oldiind 81. threatened to .jjl tpoWtliti t4,tetIV 4
se. l, but MrS. Plrek would not 9 ve a "Ye dn, $t yoi. WA
recommedatonh. ad a she wou~k 't go r roepoeatl ,
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iqm lUA UMo Wio Y^In Held For Murder of t^ T
rI ,, Iun + H Husbond. I iJ 4.....- E j I. X JR.
MADE FINESHOW 'G ," y 27.-Wiley"
n vl d v ... -A'annler, e v Stomach, Bowels and IKidneys.
tannerbr of Graduate son of John W. Tanner, e

Diplomas From De net l peallar cireuraUtances, ai1idY Iti 'WMddi ,reepjlek ^*.rvoi
SDiplmF ro *. pcalnar urmstancel, klnd&t Was d, Fotr I Ipl nervousness, heart failure, and nervous rqatratin.
_, + cided Y6t4h bk rono Dors* t' For fever, hills, ability and kidney diseases tako Le ton .ixtr. .
----- 6 vek eha .rerl z lax. Ladies, for uat it and thorough or anic regulation, take ,tonon Elixir
FHE SPEECH OF M HIME Coroner Dorsey continued hl ritve- 60 oenteand bottles ittdrggtsa
"-- 1 t'Ouiyn aonaltout Prjr tny by' Dx 11'1. Mozly, Atlanta, Ga.
The Commercial Departient, Now t y, t ,K. A, S it took t .w , -.
Finishing Its Second f Has En- tit,4ih ,K nnwe r pprf hea bly ' GRATITUDE.
joyed .ark o lle iUC+ Under brought i't to Gafnesville last niglit. Y .....
joyed JRemarkle Sucnss Under b Dr. t aHm, Dr. K.A. Dr Iar sir: Sirnce using your Lemon Elixir I have nover had
Prof. J. R. Brinson. Smith, Pr. T. C. Gower, of Galn<: nnother atthsk O. 6.'0 fearful sick headachee.'. and8 thank God that I have at
Yesterday morninjs trel;un ereial vlle; of Ae oactaHllo td o'lto0*i Parftit. ill til81M10 A W JO
S Kennedy, of a I atallMRS. E'TA W. JON ES.,
department gave .soipm~nlcement. Tetar Y, o-ly' l ytrs of. a g -
The gradates from the cownlercial a44 fas rtri".d- two month S g oThete r
department wp ..r. W it. eh l .t I MIys Onia 1)unca 1 au he o .L' .. ... curecnU1 0They tem rartin
Kearin 0 wo9Ooc :4 and 4. Jo ane. tY. On acc 1by
L. Sohrtil M. i. ohto M- Fr$ an a wealt ty piante. 0 N by acr stating o ton
Those fr i th stG q r jicfe nr t igod to ',ave be ,t sr bl bow s, bIt regular action innot be secured until the liver
Those from th0 stetra r'c e 0 1 ol brut she +te^^ )n d yils4 )t to th bile to make the intestlinesl t
were Misses Stivnde ; '-EvV Pinko- atu 1. sti fhe g U-i1il e ttoh e t bit o maf e the 'Unnat-es
son, McCarthy, Ieanis and iler, and ural agitattoncaused by iathlartic s, comptels
Mrs. Spivey, Jncn ond Kiearin ht -. n," cot l ual alnd r creasIng doses to "
took double diplomas" overiig'.Poth i nitt cloi otlr t' O the results,
courses. ho'6 o Tanier.
The music wa ijbalsirAhg and the 0Q- Thei niunetr in wlch Tannir n acts on the
casion altogeth br Aittaptcious. th t aed to ve n by r ver cures Chlst-
Col. Guilliamidi'avery complment- don of strychnine being placed in and Fever, and every form o
ary manner introduced the orator o ti5m of' but.tlrmUik, which he dr k M and Fever, and every form of
the occasion, 0ol. W., 1P. Hitnes 4 '4 ol" dinU' t. I Saturday. After d-rink- I Malarial, Bllou%, Remittiri ard Inter
Tampa. He paid hiitthe very exa ed ng I W 1~ W .'W19 1 r e and, by going to the seat
compliment of being the best ll- p 1 1 trouble, wors permanent cure.
round stump ent of be had ever taughtbe his e tha .thee was thing the' FIFTY CENTS PBR BOTTLB.
round student he had ever taught tr wth the hll d Inslatd ot
Ool. Himrnes then delivered an address htatr i.WTl&.se. 4idln & adnd ftd-
thatfoirprofoundnessof thought, ele- g it was wrong. she spt it t of Fo y JohsO r ainemile
gline. 'of diction and impressiveness .h r mout ,, Tann .." i83Bald "ec ped -- .--.- .....-- - - *--- -- -** 'Mr'."'' .: -.
of .de Vry is seldom I equaled. The to drink any nore,'and got up tom
Akear is only about twenty-four the thtble ale c.brie 1toth o pen
yO ar*,of age, but has already Achieved an d..p= r.4.it 431...qu a..A: 40..ig At L. &.... v ,,h&. .-A& --- .. .
aeriy marked success in the practice dtrhnk some 6t the minlkJiled an' ae
of.w. '.sitttes, and a. dcs !, .draukqn 4
After the address Capt. Stuber p fe- fet wlk 1O4 lnoatg aony la
sented the diplpmas to the class and few i1znInt. t I'
In 'ji little while 'sr ,dinI .
Capt. Brinson made the address con- the milk, tanner became deathly ick
firming the diplomees and gradualing and wortM o the house of his mcek N,
the class. a4loul.2&yrdsa telling fetly-
Ool. nilliamns tn made a very that b poloned hl t G nee, For da
praotilcand impressive talk to the w as gn ,h 1ya wo ki i ne ,
ol&ss and the exercises were terminat- him bleric ft a t )t In inte his /
ed. hdjn 0TT
This is the second ye r of this de- at r began. Ut to Talk TAo.
partmeI nilba ki) 4as 4 *eapn-Very success-, that J us a c A p t
ful. The body of graduates compose wi a-tt, thi finally caused an Inqu*K 1. bec (cf tf ( lerv t),(n (ki,7 oe a, su)l tMIW i dTi A)ai4 Aswi ve positive falMitan ehe (Ut--fthat
0'd'.. .' '' PA '
eial agena and fAect -re8i upon thoir Pleg y j l|to-d.^r, t l a|S a^ g6 6 p ,if ,a a)/ 1 ? ,ie < tr'yprhtth i w 5t ll hec. lle ,
Thereere no'e ~troti8t b SomT-l n 'M ''.' r J ; '' : '4 '
nary yestereay afternoon, 'bu&kt .t. .,t n d y and hot fr ther t o, .' th, MAN W.. ,0M1THING" OF
night at Se minatr en tatt m aossreige.tati ti ^AN KI' lO MTHI-- NG Of
conducted by the Senior class, were He is wealthy~vtz a'ti*lai t's e1 + EX1 0N O RESS.
*ell attended and greatly enjoyed. ar4i1d da.ughk., all o. 1
The program comprised recitations, well with the o 0' Whf tht lt-disl m
reading and orations, and was rendered The deitt hWe, iJ (1 i I Jvllo our pa onpi'
in a manner whice eced grlt he xoutye th. oea p hy dIo)xpor. or p credit upon 3bpt0l nthr nter$ ar. awrted -ibth b d ru
,e.g ateart aw 4t I tht...
pupils. b' tbm u
0Aht6 l wil4 .y 3
the auspices of the A-oi|ation Montfa I., Th ''.k'OW 3wt:^^ w.t" lt' ''<

Advertisements of ten words 4 or *ovo, undo
his head Itt erted r pneCeut,, t VWot 40-'s;
please answer a4nr n the advertiemeat..
The oonitdeOOe of U l PQWnR el.114 1 ;O,
,loes signed with Inlttls wl U he res 11t4,0"

)O YOIt want.a Bewngi maimohUne. ? f do 0
buy untilU ou b~ve seen m 00,t l t.
money, I keep oi hmniid toe- b st iWoe o*
nleatiter, wst o xenM nBMt.) e o'lndmn W1.,^
e neila torm
of xiohlneM. Old mieohble8 ea SwO! 'i ^
price. Call on or address C. A W. as
tntri e Snter it 0. x
1nosvl.llIio. 4-7Fltuwtfo d(

WANT) )-Men to letkrn biirluer true. Yeali '.
SkV 'tt. TtiQ ro ur hl r s ty ont n i tttl t our0t.;.: OiV ,
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Ttoli ifivoti. odsltlonlt w1tttni. Ilirtt i ttP ::i
Uitdetd MO.l1Ri A u .lA t.A O .lxUI, Neowi
IF' YOU want, 1 06ni. p-onow )oti prlintuLnw
'Tuk 417Nt otloce IN t lV10n oe to 1 J Ct it.

Matliuslilek Pianos,

Beot plitio for thii trying oliaittto, sttanda
tunme lonIror thain othe .' oonMtriioted of
best toatter'lal, knd vnol mttrtatlui
W oto|ittlioutilt ) ObtrttktlnuU .
Uip to dlto In evory
detail and Un*.
Sold by ur cotibutiously for
wLthout a iigle (ailurpe. It you 1
want a piano for a IIfetlioa
mervget buy th
Mathtusb -i oT
lrtie.,. A. low .. Is ,aon0lw1tS i A wAJa .q4*#4W
.asoh or on easy torrsn. 8911t on lI dt ,
tdilt. We p 4 freight Wrti U .. "
fir l Htbh, TO)DAY,

Lu'dden& Bates

Southern MuslcHoUse,



lIds, Iron, Wire, PlpeF, fit.

Utoghtl in Oatr Lot". Hold Ir tanyly
S<(quantity.111414 t1

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Baird Hardware Co.

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||^am of Frank Harris Brought
to 0ront for Sperintendent.


correspondent of Jacksonville Me-
tropolis Deprived of Courtesies of
the Press Table--McCreary and the
Uniform School Book Bill.
Tallahassee, May.27.-in thol House
yesterday a resolution was introduced
'by Mr. Gilchrist of DeSoto iand see-
onded by Mr. Rivers of Ala(hua, ex-
cluding from the courtciies of the
presC table the correspondent of the
Jacksonville Netropolis. It was thor-
otughly understood, however, ard so
explained on the Hoor, that that gen-
tleman could retain .his privileges, but
iun adifferent capacity, that of the rep-
resentation of the Tampa Tribune. It
S'as a case of distinction with or with-
outH difference according to the way

you look at it.
For the past ten days thie jointL com-
S mittee on appropriations, one of the
S ablest and hardest worked committees
in this Legislatu re, has been extremely
busy. Most especial attention will be
given this session to the needs of the
State educational institutions and all
'I" of them have been most ably rep)re-
sented by the officers, trustees and
S eitzens of the towns in which such in-
stitutions a tire located. Especially fa-
vorable has been the comment on the
.., excellent showing nimado by the East
Florida Seminary. All of the board of
trustees were present at tho early
hearing last week and all made fino
talks, assisted by prominent Gaines-
S ville citizens, buti best of all was the
Closing remarks of President Adams,
speaking Ih the capacity of president
of the board of trustees, senatorr Me-
S Creary and Representatives Rivers and
Willard have the interest of the Semi-
nary close at heart, and are working
day and night to see that it gets every
S cent asked for.
There will not be a dull moment
from now on, for there remain but ten
S more working days of the session.
Some of the most important measures
S are yet to be considered, Including the
appropriation bill, the franchise tax
bill, the $elegraph bill, the sub-district
bill and very numerous others. The
uniform school book bill drawn by Sen-
', ator MeOrea'ry and introduced aimul-
taneously in the llouse by Mr. Strosier
of rion, is of the most importance
and has beon most carefully
drawn by the Senator from Alachua.
Based to a certain extent upon the
Teninesseo law willth the modifications
necessary for Florida and the improve-
ments based upo)n the working of that
law the principle of which is now em-
bodied in the Stato D emocratio plat.
forum of Tenoossee. Its working shows
a difference in the cost of school
books in l'loriln andI Tt)nnsee o In fa-
vor of the latter )of from 20 to )Do per
Colntinmued gossip at the State capital
conneeot the name tf Frank Harris,
"the Ocala editor," with the office of
State Superiintedoont of Public In-
strtLctiet, amid lhis friends were, as well
S as thIe frienls of edtcattiol, have ac-
1 oepttd the p oshility Of such candi-
dacy with nt lhusiasm.
By a Persistent Cough, but Perina-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy.
S Mr. 11,. 'P, Iirbtige, a stid'liit at law
i' n :rc'nvilhl,, ,, t'., thad b 'en troubled
: i for four otr livt' y atrs with i oiotinln-
ous cough w tihi. lite says. "greatly
alariuted mt, eiu sii hi teo tar lthUt 1
was it the first-1 4LW;' t ( con|sumnilption."
1 tMr. Kurbhag, hlavii.*g M-ii<'ii Chamber-
'lait's Cough lt.umtedy itdv rtic'd, tOenl-
S: luded to try it Now read what Ihe
S ys of it "1 soon felt a reunarkablo
I: ,..hge and after us-ing tw(o littlhs of
i,' the tWoety-fvPe ctoit .h,, \vas irerma-
Sl'oenitly turdt." Sold lcy all druggistts
,an. d in.edicitu atoi n p!in > i,."
S Many Appllcants Presa Longtno.
: Jackson, Miss.. Maa ?T- '.-The cehan.
,':. cellorahlp vacancy oir the slxtilh (ilstrktt,
ii), ,* oanne by tite ..latettt of .hod,, ('oini',
E^ Ie tinl st sttu quo. and It homo been
man'*; 'ny years Iaoe. a |overmr wrIts con.
.front.l with a more perpl.to g pro-i
1 9s rTegat'dlma gn apptsitment, m -I:
| 1 t the epplicaats are itreaisly ntudocr-ed
e! .n ui rf coltertlae iuflmaye.
'f...Tie governors is ektis a u ca-etal os-
? Et2';""li ,. Of the pOtittoIs aud ladors
-|eM.ts-*.t- 5s the ppulatment wW
be m**de Thopedas.

Brief Summary of New Bills Introduce
ed in Both Houses Tuesday.
The following new bills were intro-
duced in the Senate Tuesday:
By Mr. Stockton -Senate bill No. 360,
to make it unlawful to hypnotize or
mesmerize, or attempt to hypnotize or
mesmerize, children under certain
ages and certain circumstances, and to
provide a penalty 'for the violation
thereof; referred to the committee on
By Mr. Stockton-Senate bill No.
361, to provide for the appointment of
assistant county solicitors in counties
in which criminal courts of record are
established, and to prescribe their
powers an.d duties; referred to the
committee on judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch-Senate bill No. 862,
for, the relief of W. F. Hughey of Levy
county, Florida; referred to the com-
mittee on claims.
By Mr. Blitch-Senate bill No. 3683,
to amend section 1141 of the Revised
Statutes of the State of Florida, relat-
ing to form of subpoena to answer;
referred to the committee on judi-

By Mr. Butler-Senate bill No, 884,
to amenr section 2 of chapter 4671,
Laws of Florida, the same being an
act entitled an act to authorize solvent
guaran troo companies, surety compa-
nies, fidelity insurance companies and
fidelity deposit companies to become
surety upon the bonds of city, county
and State officers, and providing reme-
dies against, or upon such bonds, and
other purposes, approved June 1, 1809;
referred to the committee on judiciary.
1By Mr. Peacock-Senate bill No. 865,
to prohibit certain sporting and games
on the first (lay of the week, known as
Christian Sabbath; referred to the
committee on judiciary.
By Mr. Crill-Senate bill No. 366,
proved ing for the examination of bank
and banking companies, organized un-
der the laws of thia State; referred
to the committee on judiciary.
By Mr, Dimick-Sonate bill No. 367,
to amend section 2, chapter 5032, Laws
of Florida, approved May 81, 1901, en-
titled an act to amend sections 1 and
9 of chapter 4255, Laws of Florida, en-
titled an act to increase th* facilities
and improve the transportation
throughout the State, and to incor-
porate the Florida Grand Trunk Rail-
way Company, approved June 8, 1898;
referred to the committee on corpora-
By committee on finance and taxa-
tion-Senate bill No. 875, imposing li-
cense and other taxes, providing for
the payment thereof, and prescribing
penalties, for doing business without a.
license or other failure to comply with
the provisions thereof; oil calendar
for second reading.
Bly judiciary committee--Benate bill
No. 370, to transfer sertal9 moneys
from the Indian. war laimse fund to
the State school fund ; on calendar of.
bills on second reading,'.
By Mr. McOreaery- -Se-tn bill No.
877., for the relief of H. 8. Mattox, 0.
L. Mattox ana4 B 0. MRO sald; re-
ferred to the committee o oelaimn.
By Mr, 'Btookton--86ente bill No.
878, eonceraleng reelpt l0f wrehouase-
men, wharfingre, timl~r and lmnber
inspectors and other blees of like
character I referd to the committee
on judiciary.
By Mr, Law-Senate bill No. 879, re.
quiring a railroad looonmotive engO-
neer to pro ore a licenseo perform
thoedOu ties of a railroad .60omooUe q en
gineor, or to ron and operate raflt4td
locomotives in the State ot Florida,
and to provide for the appointment of
an examiner of railroad locomotive
In the House.
In the House Tuesday morning new
bills were introdutoed as follows:
Byi Mr. Rivers of Alaohua-A bill to
be entitled an act for the relief of MrXt
A. E. Cooper,
By Mr. Rivers-A bill tw be entitled
an t1ait for the. relief of James P.
By r Willard of Aaohmuo-ius0
bill No. 640, providing Items for attor"
neys at law iu certain eases; referred
to t he coiumttee o n judleiary.
By Mr. West of Santa Roa--House
bill No. 541, making certain inst5r.
mutemoatd moisahebl. in evidence; referred
to the coutmittee on judtclary.
By Mr. Campbell of Walton--Hottm
bill No. 542, tao validate all deada to
lands in this State executed out4tteiof
this State, when executed in Wonfotms
ity to tih la s of the State wbere
same \as executed in the presence of
two wit messes; referrmnd to the Lm-
mittee on judiciary, .
By Mr. Willard of AMachw (i t**
queut)-House blN.l tsr

Florida,; refrre to

By Mr. Parrish of MIanatee-House
bill No. 544, to prevent the turning and
leaving turned, killing or mutilating
any loggerhead turtle, or taking of
any of their eggs from the 15th of June
until the 31st of July of each and every
year on the sea shoe of the State of
Florida, and to punish, by fine or im-
prisonment, or both fine and imprison-
ment, for any violation of this act;
referred to the comminittee on fisheries.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dla.
courage and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and heerfulness soon
: j _g disappear when th kid.
neys are out of order
or dseased.,
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
Athat It is not uDoCmjnoo
for & chIld to q, be -ba
afflictedd with weak kid-
Sty., IF the child irtsv-
04 4btge

troubled..! tsatA -.#m %e. oi
e' blew aok 0PtViey 4. abld e .o

and bot th. e t i ,i f
ktep. tki 4ti to h the~th a

The botn i the ai ediv gitl e
Sw a midney to 60,r4 rto tI4( toi h hItn
*Ant ad one dojliwxII
Als. Youmayhve
temple bottle mal
free,. aio pamphlet tell Bce
ng all about it, inoluding ma ny S
Stestft1nt* letters
& c o . t h m to N ,. b e ,u
Don' ma. e an "take,bnt r
her the tame, Seasppy.ooe, fl
mer' $wamnn-Rot. ahid the *A&test.

The ~st bealieg
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mostin Quantity. est in Quality.

For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies.
IrWpa"d by--*A JAMES BALLARD, St. Louls.
For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesvi le
"EST^.BLIlB-IED 1869.


a S eed or Lint, Large or Small Quantittle.
Advances made, Warehouse charges free. Firr offg '
Made by letter or wire. Correspond.
ence solicited.

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: Editor Sun: I notice an article 'in
he issue of the 11th, signed by Mr. W.
,. Carpenter, in regard to the wet and
-ry election. Now, I don't propose to
o into a newspaper controversy in
he matter, but simply give my views
ion the case. Mr. Carpenter thinks to
Vote the county dry would prohibit the
sale of liquor, but right here I would
tike to inform him that he has com-
pletely missed his mark when he
(thinks that to vote the county dry
.would stop the sale of liquor. The
only way to stop0 the sale is to stop the
,making of it, and that will certainly
put a stop to the sale of it. But as
long as there is any of it made it will
be sold. If the people canuot secure
permits to run open saloons they will
run the "blind tigers," as they are
called. If the county is voted dry
thbre will be "tigers" in every swamp,
ticket, village and town. Somebody
is going to sell whiskey, wet or dry.
Mr. Carpenter says it is the only in-
stitution that imposes a heavy burden
on taxpayers, for which there can be
no reason for its continuance. I ad-
mit that d great deal of taxation is
caused by the sale of whiskey. But it
will be sold as long as it is made, and
under the open saloon system tile
county gets a little money from every
man that runs a saloon to help defray
the expenses of the county, while un-
der the "blind tiger" system the coun-
ty gets nothing from the men who sell
the liquor, and when a man is caught
selling whiskey without a permit he
generally employs a lawyer and his
case is put off from court to court un-
til it is finally nol pressed. Then, who
r...a the expense to bear, and who gets
Sthe:benefit? And I, for one,say to the
voters of Alachua county, to make a
careful study of this matter in every,
shape before they cast their votes on.
.Jule 2nd. And again I say, for one,
give us the open saloon, protected by
the laws, in preference to the "blind
tiger," and a system that is open foras
many to follow as want to, who can
raise money enough to buy a gallon or
tWo of liquor. If the people want the
alde of whiskey prohibited, stop the
.making of it, and that will certainly
stop the sale and settle the question.
J. B. Smnimla.
Bell, Fla., May 27. "
Spring Alimlnts.
There is anI aching and tired -t4e g u
the liver, bowels and kidneys beome
4tluggish and inactive, the dig ttion
Impaired, with little or no appfltKo
ambition for anything, aod a feing
that the whole body and miittd nee!
*tonhg up, The trouble tis, thtduro
ng winter, there has been ap aeuman-
lation o waste matter In the system.,
!ierbine will remove It, secure to the
*e.retions a right exit, and by it. toono
ste0t, fully restore the waited tlssues
and give strength in place of weakness.
1eatJohnson EBros.
*tklnrv L.' et li o'woarv a: AVln com11111on to ll
ree I r'Tr' t i. leitr tlie stti.us Uor
o bought of II.( ) if.ph'. ,I-h or (iak taper
xcPI Pt 1 !t it!, li.t ,,t w there t i'y fork,.
W e'lel (,'v,,r a stem t-'i'lsI5 forth A L.ritralc.i
#dEud a brunch i w1.)!s off it seller IotiwKh.
.blUd elo steni. tthy runm.in the i44iu11 In
tiaimeter.4. and the ortlginal ste'n will
Itlhiereate rather than Intrl tti) uiitl 1
..ilt b.ranciib strti. No butL bran3c:h
S'teim' ever narrows tneitr It. 4strom '
It)?' xcept whiire'it parts witlh *a per-
,)4) 'of Itsa 19ubttanlWe by M'nldhlg off
ibother brarl.b or stem..
SAll trees ar' alle i fi tlii trspect, ail!
SIf all the btiughs, branchew, setnIl., btud'
and bloiotils were coii4l.iiI ed without losa of spl(Vce they wohil
form a rounId (log the aiMe luto ses alnd
dlianmeter as the truik front whuch they
p ilPrtlng, This ia OTrf atire' imp.ra+
tire lawe and nerer fails to prove true.

Cures When Doe.ors Fail.
Mrs. Frank C lhiaon, Pattenmon, La.,
writes June Hth, 1,tl: "I htad malaria.
Sver. in ve ry bad form, was .ader
treatment by ducetor, btl as soon as 1
stopped making thir nedieine tLh fever
wo M return. I tun d a alTplet b.tt)e
of .tI ne, found iiL helped me. Theln
.bo*t two bottles. whibh eomplet~ly
*' eatttii .. *'I l grte.ftl 1* o.y.eX'
% .... In ' bi uh .. splendid .0dri>
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: T)R. J. 11. ALDERMAN,
[Successor to Seliler& Aklderunikn
Over Dutton & Co's B ulk, Gainesvilil
SSpeoial attention to Crown and r uIh .ov
Phone 70-3

Graduate Baltimore Collegore Dentin Suitry
Five years' experience in New York tity.
Crown.lridge work and Vlling Secialles.

1Barnes llock., lt'ro ss the hlu l 0ri '41 Smith's

G ALNRIVll.lhA. WW ulRItA.
Dealtsr in real ..tate. Tho'rolir .v posted
w.th Overy section 1of ltland In Auliik,11,i cuny.
Correspoinleuene soliolted,
J. DIlMl'SIiY.
andl Made New.
We buy or sell l'urnlture, or canitl lotriil t
with you onll tll the coumtslion basis. Lt'iroung
solicited and mitfiftaction always.

'A LFRID) S. TA V I.Oli,

COMPANY. New York.



00W.I rbao's l CAFE BELVEDERE,
WM. SCHILLER. Proprietor.

TO T THE PUBLIC. 182 W, Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fnla.'
'We, the undersigned, hereby agree -t
to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
paint who can show, by similar tests, Winei, Liquors a4d Cigars.
any paint standing upon any metal
surface as perfectly and for so long a THE WE" ENI,
time as our INE WIEN LIUORs & CIGAU8
We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS- ".-s W. lta .it Jacksio vlle.
TIC paint to contain no tar, rosBi, as- .
phaltum or any of the produots of Faust beer,bottle il1dd drighlt. lDon't
petroleum, and when applied to any tal to e me we i akoville
surface according to our directions to
wear perfectly for a period of five HMEN IN JACKSQNVIIL1S
years, and we agree to furnish, free of -* -Viait the---
charge, all paint necessary to repaint THEORY'WAL" AI.)QON AND R
any surface whore it h.s proved de- QAARDEN.
foctive. BIied The best. T qU4rs in the1cty. IJnter.
The National Paint and Vapnish Co., tainment every night it utof oOardex
S Oevetl1ald tiC U. 8. A. Theatre.
We take plcst$ii teSnlisithat IT1 oZ4 RJITAJ
we have asored i i.rol o AlashuaI '

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Comply ste otek of urfmi-
ture, Stoves a, DO
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Louiill NaehillsB.
Fi r.-Cla'. S rvriewa.'d
quik-e k ch '.edul 1 .w.
f -t N1 l N, V H tAM NAM SI"VIJ A .
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T. ,llf,. aHd A A.Petti .
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and AiE .l''in1 t ioUthW lt
Through Tteket .vua -T A.L *a "
by al milread eoupon i+eket ind,
FlowPWa. "
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DA, MAY 28, 1903

In Connection

No. ;0 No.33 iNo.34i l'twt'li Jeksotville autd New York No.o No-a3 No.
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N> o. s ;i i u1 ',2.' "Thl'ti Sout irn I'aliu .tnilted." 1Solitd vestiAbuled triln of 1 i 1lil,4 n drItwinwl
rooni't 9,. oi rio hib. o os l.o se-rvalion al it i4 4ln lii r 1soil\'lo iaitl
New Y k>i-l,. .iil\,'sh | t xc t Mii thi; : Itiivoestlilly exIotf t Sundli.'s.,
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,n llnfit t b' e )lt' >'( '\\ ) nli.11o.kso 1i\ th llli n l N' \ York. (' lioh s betwe uon >Jlt ti.'ksinillle Andtl w\V .ash-
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(). It. S'hilfr hias returned from
Newunisvillei. hert' he l ai been en-
gaged for u>lit! pail two days Ihr erect-
ai n handkoml i inmoii tmetint ove r thli
grave of Tlhos. Clerk. It is ole of the
hiandsou 'O stonos in thit' county.,
A. 11.(. )liv\'r, form erly of thiL cityi
but now 'amakiuig hi', headquarters at
DeLand, is in thl oity. Mrs. Olivor

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acidity ir sornesM of the stomach, bin
proves their: digetion, and aassttila.4,
tion of food, strengthens thoir nervous
system and restores them to thet
health, vigor and elastfitty of spirits
Natural to childhood. .2o at Johnson
IlH rt .* .': .. : '. *

anda nr tIntero timig little daughter .....
have been visiting friends and relatives COLLISION ON OUTHERN. :
inthis section for the paRst fow days.
In the absence of 'Ner. J,. Holley, Train Ritn l nto Freight Caris-,ng'I
the editor, all the copies of the South- neer Di.reus!y Injlurl.
ern Baptist issue Mlay 21 were mthii, sIlt mf a coay io.-A. ween e si
out. and eonsd etM-ntly left him short of oth* Sotheronqtoithbo6Ud tkd' ttflt .
pe, lie would be glad if friends and a detached tellt e4rneat
in Gaineaville who have not destroyed mout., at o'lock ihts pmoralt. "
their paper would hand thmn inm at his Il ~ never A. 0, OtT, of this' ety, t
utilce. About twenty copies wanted, dang isly, itf. at 'Itally, m art,
Mr. Joseph Pominvillle of Stillwater Hlis"'troman is tuibtr, a4 their
Minn., after having spent ovyr $2,().X1 ginte ft No. 35 and seveami) rgt m"
with the best doctor for stomachh ar a uaas o3f dS ,"
S trouble, without relief, was advised by < ..
S his druggist. Mr. Alex. Ki chr ar to. t r d Oi tiy -:d^. to
Atry4 bai of Ut- anmberlahl Stomach Ooesn't Rspact Old Jt.,
iand iiver Tablet. lt -ld if, ad iiai It's shameful when yootih fat to
..WelmapUtoda . If t bU! led with in.; 'how proper rempeit ;lfor, o e: b
dtaeL lou b : taste,-I the mouth, it it the otittrry in th o oX
l r ttotlaoon .gio I t t ings Sew L.U' ] Qts
w .ih ta' l trial, and you arft maladti uno t how au"meMM
, e i.mre thb4 i ,k",Ilet4 !fii th ..gl e i

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Insure wkth hdushman. & HjI ,. jUIL
When need o yelow e gles
write JipT. J. o

Trltiler are lsaftintfrieitdii i e't1s city,
IHpniJq1;ohnjp fi off Hague wai
a business visitor to this city yester*
.;E. Voyle departed yesterday for
'So7th' J~ ltO _on ^o6f ssional .ibusi.
niesS, "' ,,-,, .t '. ; ::' 'f;1-i.,
All non-dan ing'mdrrlied Q'ples are
cordhilly. svited' to attend., the grand
Elete batI,' sday ionin;" May 28,
1903, at.8 8t
B. 11 Powell and D. M. Davidson of
ligl Pi 6' W of the' leading eiti-
zeiis df 'tfatii 'r grosslve town, were
visitors to this city yesterday..
The Seabotird Air Line will run an
excursion 'to Jacksonville on May 30th,
and the round trip rate from Gaines-
ville will be. $1.50, Tickets good re-
turning to June 2, inclusive. 4t
Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
rouse office.
Fare to Jacksonville and return for
the grand excursion, Seaboard Air
Line, will lie only $1.50 on the 30th.
i.st., good returning June 2. For fur-
ther particulars see Mr. Cobb. 4t
The excursion to Jacksonvillo over
the Seaboard Air Line May 30th, will
be the first of the season, and a great
many will no doubt take advantage of
the opportiinity to visit the metropolis
at the low rate of '11.50 for the round'
trip. Tickets will be good returning
until June 2, inclusive. 4t
Hon. Jas, E. EBroome of Quincy, can-
didate for secretary of State, arrived
in the city yesterday for the purpose
of attending the banquet of the Eleve
Assodintion, at which he delivered a
toast. The Senator, as he is familiar-
ly known, has many friends in this see-
tion who are always glad to see Inm,
and "the pleasure is his."
Children in Peril.
Some of the most anxious hours of a
mother's life are those when the little
ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective remedy
that never fails. "My boy would have
died from mniebraneous croup if it had
not been for Foley's. Honey and Tar,"
writes ,0. W.Lynoh of Winchester, Ind.
Sold by W. C, Wallace's drug store.
With Ax Man Runs Anmuok and Cr*.
at*e Conaternatlon.
Winton"-Slem, N. C., May 27.--.m
Crazed by tligion, Obsarles Atkins, a
farmer llvin 7. nalles east f this ilty,
violently attacked several neighbors
who had beent called in by the family;
ecured an ax, rushed to SalSte' De<
light church, a short distance away,
battered down, the door$ and wtndows
and (dlid other 44nna.ges.
He then went to the bomen o Bon-
yamn IUnlle, in itont l. which wasl
hitched a horse belonglng a* Adlolphus
atn, arh0 the blade athe ex "p to
tbe haBMtto thle baA it the hr ose

aeWa nkirte ell i Qi
hi. I t h. was taout ht to the
ity sit hesel In 11 h iA safe kee.
lm. tht wil-o to at ,xcept at ig.
old latorvels, sia th very little,1 US,)
Ing that the drlkit twl1 kseep the bagy,
Aitklin i a tia iy :te peea n
.marrled4 atd e. fout 'h.cesd urni
has relatliue. who are p.z'diaga .i
this tity.,
World Wide, ReptatIon.
White -Oretam Vermintige ha
fthieved a world wide reputitton as
being tize beet of all worm destroyers,
and for Its tonit ,Ifluenea on weak and
untlhrifty children alt neuirlites the

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l t.lS a MORe PNOIN.
SenAxI6.' s This Author Left Great
........ Many Things Unsaid.
Editor Sun; I beliVte it is conceded
that any ordinary man has the ability
to.eritieise, and Sachi being true I wish
to put in my say-so. I do not believe
that "More Anon" fully comprehends
this issue, or he, she, or it, might have
gone much farther in stating the issue,
ie., it might have been said that the
dry sideof this issue was not groping
in the dark, but that on the contrary
at a former ti.n when this county was
dry (so-called), that in the city, of
Gainesville alone' there were at one
time no' less than twenty-three places
run for the sali of whiskey (so-called,
for it could hardly have been called
such) not taking into consideration
the many walking saloons here and
elsewhere throughout this county, all
of which were carried on without any
let or hindrance, and yet the
State and county and city did
not derive one dollar's benefit by
way of taxation, "More Anon" could
have said also that from the condition
of the county at the time of the coun-
ty being dry (so called) that not one
cent of taxes was collected fQr the
sale of liquors, and that by reason
thereof the county taxes were neces-
sarily increased in order to make up
the deficit. He could have said also
that a rigid inforcement of [the law in
regard to the selling of liquors will in-
crease our taxes for the expense of the
courts alone to the extent of many
thousands of dollars. He could have
said that under the dry regime that
while many actions were brought for
the violation of the law that only
one little Jew was convicted and paid
as a fine therefor the sum of $400 to
the State; and that during all these
years that the county was dry (so-
called) the State, county and city
were deprived of at least many thou-
sand dollars per annum by way of tax-
ation and that during all that time the
people were called upon to fcot
the bills. He might have said
also that as in the past Alaehua county
has stood and now stands in a position
as regards to her political and finan-
cial welfare as a house divided against
itself which cannot stand, and that so
sure as such condition exists Alaohua
will continue to disintegrate and dei-
teriorate until she shall have declined
to a last class county.
I have ,o excuse to offer, but a wall
administered "and timely rebuke is.
of ten ezo~atlous andbolaas the paxtit.
I think that"."More A.nop" sould have
said that with pur resource san4 great
advantage4.t $bi the qat remains that
to vote lhtx cn i4y dry will be an asot
of suice andt at it' will sound the
knell to our prosperity; fat it i well,
known to any abaityant per:bn that
only those cities prosper where liquors
are sold Srntx.
For Overoiixty Years
Mrs, Winslow'a Soothing Syrup a
been used by children" while teethi
It soothes the ohd. soften4 the
allays all pains, cui.es wixhd s
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
ty4vflVeent a bottle. Soldbyall -i
gllt throughoUt the world. ,-_
w @ o Rereslas*euncl. 9
D.ead, Cole1 .May 27.-The
.rbood of Ral)wa-y ?rainnen^it
tonal convention itn tths city, hgaiR
ed to icre : i its. ..protecttqn

number o, dejsatee a-e TI5 'F
AlR istlhen str Colutrnre. a, ie

b:. t )rl Sscsaue 8he.: Cried..
t'1 eit e.. L. -.v, -wil am
Ja*et3, 10 years o1, Is urndsec arreat.



Live Oak With Heavy Players
Wa Too Strong for Them.


Up to the Fifth Inning It Was Hard to
Determine Who Would be the Win-
ner, But Live Oak Made a Bunch
Which Paralyzed the Oak Halls.
The baseball season has been opened,
but it was pried open with a board'
which didn't look good to Gainesville
when the game was completed.
There was a large and enthusiastic
crowd at the baseball park to witness
the gowme between Live Oak and the
Oak Halls yesterday, and considering
that it was the opening game' the
management was well satisfied in
every way.
The game was called at 4:30, an hour
later than advertised, owing to the
fiet that the Live Oak boys did notar-
rive until 3:25 o'clock in the afternoon.
Chapple pitched for Live Oak, and it
is said by those who know him well, he
pitched one of the best games of his
life. Being a former member of the
Oak Halls it was intimated by some
that he desired to exert his best efforts
here, and that intimation must have
been correct, as he played a beautiful
game. Forrester for the home team
also played well and is to be com-
mended, but it seemed that luck was
against him.
The game up to the beginning of the
sixth inning-was as pretty as any one
could expect to see. At this stage of
the game there was only one run cred-
ited to each team, and these were
made by dead balls to first, but in the
'first half of the sixth the Live Oak
boys bunched in five runs, mostly by
errors on the part of Oak Halls, which
virtually gave them the game.
The people of Gainesville are not4
discouraged with their boys, however.
To the reverse, they are backing them,
for they realize that they are all good
players. They made a remarkable
showing yesterday, considering that
they had never played together, and
they may feel sure that they have the
ympathy and support of the people

~ ai :0(ak .:boys are all gentle-
n gly|.lows, and mpade a very good
ihpreioo on those who attended the
gme yeiiisterday. They are clever,
liable and gentlemanly, and are ap-
preilated by those who have had the
pleaitre of meeting them.
.Th fo i wing was the line upl
Live Oak., Oak Halls.

The Shands Res4idece.
East Gaineaville may soon boast of
another handsfose hole,. carpenters
having Tueaday begu w t..*Lihe ele-
gant home of T. W Bhaof ts a Otter
Creek, who hai deelde to keep his
family here permaientLY- The reti-
dence will occupy a eomuaadiig posi-
tion on Roper avenue, opposite the
home of T. J. Swearingen. It will be
a model building in every repct, and
one which will be an ornament to the
community. 'Mr. Shand 'expects to
have the building completed in about
five weeks, when it will be immne-
diatel occupied.
For Those Who e on Farms.
Dr. Bergin. Pana, Ill., writes: "I
have used Ballard's 8n6w.i niment
always recomniend it to friends, as
1 am confident'there i no better made.
It is a dandy for burus;-' Those who
live on farmer are especaily liable to
nmany a



Matters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters,


What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In' The Sun.
lastise with C'slihmain & 11111.
,T1ikets for Eleve ball on sale at
Miller & Avera's. 8t
I Pptter ese Mpyers aboit those con-
troets right away quick.
0. H, Chrisman of Micanopy was
among the visitors to this city yester-
A, R. Harper departed yesterday for
PlA)tka, where he was called on busi-
For yellow pine shingles l's and 2's,
prompt shipment, write T. J. Cone,
Ra1leigh, Fla. su-wd-w
Prof. M. Peeler has returned from
Jacksonville, where he has been visit-
ing for the past few days.
Jas A. Abrams departed yesterday
on a brief business trip to High
Springs and other points.
P. E. Williams of Alachua and H. C.
Parker of LaCrosse were among the
prominent visitors to this city yester-
H. A. Pickett of Newberry, one of
the most progressive planters of the
West End, was a visitor to this city
Thel friends of Prof. A. J. Foskett
will be pleased at the information that
he is recovering, t after an illness of sev.
oral days.
Jessc Griffin of .lonosville, ono of the
most subtillltil citizens of that sec-.
tion, was nmong the visitors to this
city yesterday.
Hon. WValter (i. :obinsoni, register
of the United States land oftlle, has
rotunrned froli an important business
trip to Tallnahassee.
When you watiiit a pleasant phy0a1c
try Chiui aberlain's Stoinach, and Liver
Tablets. They ar easy to take iand
pleasant in teTocLt. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers,
Remember the grated excursion ovel
thi HSaaboard Air Line to Jacksotiville,
May ;o Th $1.110, antid tickets will be good until
June 2. 'I'ickets good on any train. 4t

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New Lot Fancy White Goods
15, 20, 25, 80, 85, 50c yd.
New Shirt Waist Linens
Embroidered Fronts
for Waists
Novelty Linens
For Skirts and Jacket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.
Linen Waist Patterns.
Novelties in Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and.
10c Goods.


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Full line of FINE CAS-
ROB ES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph promtly attefd-
ed to.



Efflcted a Permanent Cure When
S Twelve Doctors Had, Failed.
B. !U Virling of London,Miss.,,undtr
d i4 ot" April 21, 1908, writes:
$ Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"DeSr Sir;, I .write to express my
ip rfatite4o to ;o. for yeur won-
4l ;alve h.eol* a, sore on my
4trom which I ha~e uffered great-
,'or ive years,. Twelve dotozrs have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cnre, Your
salve did the work i a little whtle. I
took from the foot ten pleO>s of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the pr.o iad nor I am
entirely cured and able to wa4k with-
out the aid of oru~hes. I shall al-
ways feel the greater gratitude to-
.ards you, and wil alwayi uSpeak a
good word for yoOr ialve."'
For sale at -WaUae's City Drug
Store, Gainesville. FA. daswlmo

m9 er o~f a part Of boys aat at'tl*
who ran away frotB their hoaMes 1-;r
but did tot go a itin k, *
at:ied to go hoM ywe. Jame..

oit I ti h' let ltt o to':

"It Ita." *asw abiCtaboLo "It' .
a heap or eo t .it a mlse bhig
hetinvuh Atwt lowtla tsiatin
.when ntotlhea' 4gi fr
.a a itesle ir s fss il

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-ater detailsrol the Parl-Mad-
rid. a otJloe, 'ri ve Paow that six
s .were kI.led, twoatally atn,4
t4 aerLtoi b4y ilu e wd. d
me hundd ad fifty .Maedon iaM
reis 1dre: htlle'lnin battle withn {e
lrkti. Dye.nUlte -bombe were used
|tntit the filAght.
A S. u Juan, P. R, aospatch ays.
at Hunaeao,.tts "August during a riot,
iaia .beeu petothtt to death. Notice
-o e aea t totealuprme court ws
led, ta Witll p obably be 'hanged
l tbe eiatentliary here July 31. Thr-
a eace making desperate e*orts
to maVe the pratioer's ]lte,
The thiet oflcial- of the district
malltary ceut of this city have s art.
t for.a skiaetl, cabin, the O4'ess o,
5pt4a*nt of tUenhOw Y Wkord

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PulP1ished Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday ,.





Have Narrow
From Fire.



(mllies Oceupying Rooms In a
eork Tenement House Are Say-
am Depth by Heroic Acts of
fork, May 27.-Fire started in
01g on Fultotm street, Brooklyn,
O'clock this morning and eight
occupying the upper floors
town Into a p a'tc. The fire-
ed ladders' to the windows
carrying 'down the women
fi.st. light children are
utmped ix spite of the
of the firemen from the
windows, but landing on an
only slightly hurt. A.
Onman were found ia one
.overcome by smoke, but
-4oon after, being .carried
f,.hou's. Work 'by the f re-
ea were gotten Under,

Itru ctJor. as to DIspoel-
p. Qf NJ. Body. ..
gbogna, Mass., May 27.-'
by Arthuri Sands, who
In a local hotel Sunday
rbollc ecivd, h ia, 'been
y the medical ex.;tnlner.
ered at the hotel 4 from
'he came here jWed.
luring his 'brief ~y he
*al persons that: he haid
-from Germany. It is
the young man bad been
mstanceO ass his' clothing
nest quality, and his ap-
eated that he. had never
s work of any kind."
i to the hotel ,propsiletor,
"Written in a fine business
ry for the trouble and ri-
e I shall put you to by the
about fo c0mni't. I have
ing for a long tine from an
nervous trouble, and have
Tleft my friends and come
this thikg. I. enclose an
money sufficlait to pay my
n atheist ansmdl wish no rell-
ices over my, body.
will, mark a block or stick
th my name where my body
RTat it all the' monument
na exprMnlg ftor you
ch.e I shall 4Ue, I am,
.,- A aw. g au .,'
I: In t1e room ad-.
bi:el 'boy 'who findla my
the clerk... Make no
story or allow t.e
ouse to know what I
was signed "Arthur

irrison's Po .
messagee presented to
1i last night his pdotlou
franchise lqueat Id. HIt
,K-the exisUtng. Coipa'nieS
ly waive all 99-yea
Sy franchise eztemt m
that no value on-tho e
Sbeallowed. The mayor
r, that provision for "early
rekip" shall bo a feature
Mn ordilauzoeh and that
ashall be Sbaitted to

Hre .neat. to .a ,

oilers largeterwar4 flor 'tfcep 1o oereu hed win t a sh erif r Kelte Sturray. Kee rtewc'-r Thate bopld6taIy I i
t polIee tiolo pr rbo m.fI I, h Maw t. -,o Coludmh t,-, ps te -.t ie si iat i g

me a th-e 1rraxmg tne to.a avet i4 rd Ilonn ter byslippi nnp.i

o S tezlh8i M22et low eovnat o r fg Suter S1atirgsy Kfe rectofr Tae .ld dr r i mt'hl 2
Sh ou' nt iet bpr m taWcs e h l l i Oe, w M y a i lledre.ei Twoi a Po rq ousea o J "

S m'.To Tal AtIto a t o. b, k ,I ruT eamne oD fiih at lua oeb thI W- I gkO *5 Sa M.
Oh.cao,, MaB T .'-igiat tJ*oom ^sad billed tiny WII' ha n Tk'g J bst O e'P i k, 41-Ur.4 l a P i.

t^inhti:ta't IIteir Tom4- '?w ttad.-s oc

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Attorney 1lle rDismlaedby Postma.- ,eDoubts as to LoegaIty of Election
.orGe,.outyF. 3StewoVoters"
General Payne a~s summarily :dis- t. ona bordering on the farcical, the
missed Daniel V. Miller, sslstalt adtoA
(. s, .. Joseph Broker Thastiteiend to a D orat r Alleged 15urderorsIntentiong
attorney general for the ,postofficee- ill Roosireelt. mary for city and couut.y ot1er, of Itallt 'ork n.
,paxtment. for acceptipLg,&ribe in can, which wMs called off bY one ofact!on ot
Section wilththe case of joh 3J. Ryae TRAGEDY NARROWLY AVIQRTED. the D"moca0t3s and indtrsed- by au- 4ILL OFFICIALS GIVEN WARNINC.
& Co., charged with fraudulent use of. ot hor. __
the mails. A warrant has been issued Walls Walla Police Arrest Ratdcal So-. Policemen and tellers were on duty It le sald an Italian Mafia Had For-
for Miller's arrest. I t each polling place, but chIng to the
Another warrant has been issued' cialust Whom They Believe icinded uncertainty tting a1 to the legal- emulated Plot to :ecretty 1o Awa,
tr'the arrest of a man who is charged to Murder President of the .United ity of the election the attendance of With Objectionable Forecmen. v. ,_.)
with being the partner or go-between Statee---Had Winchester Hid. votos was small. Neitly ever oc Many Large Plants.
Ih the transaction. A postofflco oon keeper In th city, oeined hlls
pector has gone west fronm Cincln W 'Walla& Walld~ Wash., .May 27--J1oseph pace of business a usual, but t l 1Dunkirk, N. Y., May a7.-A plot to-.
to effect the arrest, which is expeteiD Becker, a radical socialist, is in the o'clock the police notlatg on ordoro ot emulated by ," Italjthu Marl s tie.tly
to occur tonight or tomorrow.: The' eity Jall here on rsusspieolo of! having Mayor Grainger, closed all triktagn to 40 aw7ay iw4th objetioutble bto .
bribo is alleged to have been accept-, Inteded to kill IPetidunt .Rosuvit- ptues and arrested a Anumber of pro land foreman in thd lam'e maturactIt)r
ad at Cincinnati last December. yesterday. giretors. The saloon nime In client: In industries throughout the con.,. .
Miller came here from Terre Haute- -The entro aftfar was kept quiet uinUl obeyed a ruling of Jud(o McCan n a has boen discovePd, and as a rcu4t
Ind., about two years ago. He was'tO plresidentJa dpltAire. .Btcker the pollee court, who recognhiaig the ev<)y Itallan employed by a nunmb r
appot tnede by former Assatant- AttAo1 B cep-sed -f r Q nmiarking in .Pendle- 4tate committee, and anoivuced tlit of manufacturing oncornal here bia
ney General James N. Tyner. ton, Oe., last week that he had one the primary was not legal and that been u1n'imaly dlnisseld. The dal.4
The charge ag4tinet Miller has boon bullet for Preaident Roosevelt and the saloons could remain opel charge of the; meAn wa caud-t wbya st4.
umder investigation for thr.e moti.s'. i anot-or for lmporor VIllarm, of Ger- early this morning, however, aor vices received ifxm',tho officlais a o
-- .- He left for Wall. Walla with Oralngor issued a ioclamntion order' large plant at 1tn, Pa.,. where the
YACHTSMAN'S BOLD WAGER. 4 Wlnchestcand his Pendlrton part- Ing all salol,6ns closed an'idInsateod O\n muh',r ot the st1poi .tetOdetnt by mort,
.ne"r, Iat Ktne<, followed him here, noil it:a enforj meno't. The tr1uhlo wna o.'th. orgaitnitnli( was only pro*
Sets that Reliance Will Win In Every tying the police. brought about by a clash between the venteted by lafiorm:nan given by a
Race. ecker was atd w in estate central comnite ilthe ciy friendly tal wo w aware of the
Ne wYork, May 27,-Not a posabIe butcher shop.,' He was a eted and and county organization of the Dem) plot.,
Chance for the Amernca's cup tos c< on being sweated' disclosed the loca- ocratic party. Tho lhgallty of tda1y's Theo llatou owfletalt vtre aid to have
ceded to Shamrock 1I1 by a yacht tig of his rifle, which :was cacted prinutry will, it li holiovod, bw settled eomlnicted with very big concern.
owner and member of theo New York I awvay tn a farmer's barn ifloig, the, lator hy the colr t. n this ' Yacht club, who has wagered '$1,,500 )ne of maroh.t Becker e a S9witn. On o iest of the city anl, counn. InLforming thetu of the ei stonce of the
to $1,000 that Rellance will win in-on, The police here think that a tragedy ty, )emo ratic ('oinhitttee Jilge Ca- band, as the br thes are beliovel to
two, three order. David lBarile, Sif wOa narrowly averted. r ruth b (esteIrday gilded an ijitotion exist in all the larger cities. 'Tii l. 1
thomas Lipton's commercial mal4ager against Allo W. Young, ch... ain ,' formation ld tih o efvial' of the large
in this country, took the met BROWN BID Hl. thO DL)enTIocirtc tato central 'chtniflt, plant hl'(r to invt4s*ig1teo a tmuTrderou
Mr. Barrie wae somewhat asBtoadshed N rleans Lead Gam i teent rstrtn i dniitefng tm dp g 11 wl't lh wa' ' tiut fi an Amer-
when the AmoeriIn in dlcussitig the N W -rleana Bull LeadtIaa local cov.1nnlt.hta and 9 litrfvifering loan worlni 0 0hort t-ied ao artid
chances of the yachts made the bold in Cotton Marke! with the primary set for tday.hed
statement that Shamrock III would New Orleans; May 27.-W. Brown, Judge McN al, of the Iboal coamiat- enough evldonce to was rant the dt *-
not take one of the series oft the the local bull la r in thl cotton tee, notified Mr:";. Young that 'the local charge 0f .every it:t.llit othopiyed by
races, but when the offer was made to Imarket who has Just returned from a ommlt'teo rifusod to reco6nlzo the ro- them. Th Itallhta are tritoih e xntted
back the opinion at the odds quoted, Vislt to New York this morning bid( oluticn of the stat<; cumtl'ttp(' cilCo tilld trouble i feiardtd.:.
prompt! overdidi t. Mr.. B&rrie ac- Agust up to 12c at the opeoi'ng of the off the primary and l untedlately M -- ..- .
knowledge that his wagomr -ad' 'been market. This was an advance of 21 Y41Insg T-dnt uotices to tunlnbers of tihe WOMEN SWEEP STREETS,
maide, but refused to name theim'ember points abovo the closing of yesterday. aI i conummitteo r;'itpovlng thm a.d ----
of the New, York Yacht Icl'uba WJoe He offered to take everyth.lng.all the a pointing a new comnrilttet.e A n.w i hy Grow Tlred of Dit Tolerated by
money he expects to wn, y 'from 11.78. the clostLag figures of ehairnma was at o tce by te City FAthe',
S yetrrd4yi ,to 12 cents. 'When that new local conimltt.teo anr eir i organ-a IIulBtl Ky, 'May 27-Por several
FIGHT MAY BE POSTPONED. .Imrk was reached he bid ftr 20,000 tr od the committee called off theo 1rl hours a lnuber o'f women pilel brooms '
bales, buit not a lugle epntract for mary ,et for today, flximg July 30 as a1nd shovels on .ank sties t, clearing'
Terty McGovern Not In Condition to even 100 bales was fLred at hint. the d ate. : UP t thoroutighft ,4n ftn)t of their/,
Meet Abe Battel. All months took on subslantlal gains John W. Vreeland. imTrber of thef homc.' or .oMeb ttoe tho appropri-',
New York, May 27.-Terry M-cof1)bu August went higher thalf other pta,, ('ontral cormitlt froum (h tlo nmde by tho tcy ftyf celgltIng '
ern will not be In condition, to fight optilos and eatabilished a new record I.osi|;villo district, lpontd tit thoe trets has ,t'ullettt only to
Abe Battel at Fort Erie on Memorial for tho se~a on. 'The' advances were -,Twd ld'al (ominlttoof,'blut Chailrma n eo tho pritclip! thoroughtares In
day and Sam Harrds, his manager, based on favo'eable Liverpool cables and Yuung refused to ,iatify the apitolt the r-Me t of the towIi clai.
has asked' Manager Hermann, of the unfavorable crop reports together with ments. ServIeo on' .Judgo Caruth.th' Tho 41rt has been aecumtulating to
Canadia'n club, for a two weeks' posthe general expectation that the week- Injunction yost-rday was rot had oIn ch an exteIlt that 'the housowivet
i ponement. ly report issued by the department of Mr. Young. It Sa charged that Mr 1t week b gan' maihng Individutal
McGovern, who has been training agriculture .at 11 o'clock this morning Young ls In contemtl) of "court antdt la i efforts to fernove it. Yesterday many
here, has been ailing since Friday. He would be decidedly bullIsh, The ibid. arrest is expeoed'. ..omon llvItng. along Bank street be-
did no work Saturday.or Sunday. Peel- ding of the long side for large amounts ...... i twn Twety-first and Tweoaty-third
Ing better yesterday, he went out for of cotton naturally boosted prices also. *. &. O. OES TO 80UTHERN. treeti decide that thero. w(-t vitut
a spin. After going a few m s he. ... n --- orgaItlztlon and 'miet t the ho~no
broke down completely ant) way sacnl eo YELLOW FEVER EXPERT DEAD. HIghiAuthority 8ayasMolrger Will Scen OtfMr s. org. Janion, 2101 adnlt
broke down.completelyandwacje.Ott 6 oreet. It w aged to mne unit
ly able to get back to hia quarters. ccl | 'tteet. I Waa ag.reedto talke uait.
He silent to t back 'to who ard Mter. Dr. Octavius A. White PaUses Away Atlants, May 27.-'-The-outhern rail.- Ied attack st a certain hour I1i. mmrw
Govern w rtWASt h rom nmalaria and I at Age of 70. way and tUh Moiblle altd'Ohio railway nlt.
woUr haw u to op trafming. Man.lr I Now York, May 27.-I-Jr. O(tavius will consolidate Jly 1, It there is no Oonsequently a band of women weO4
wouaer Hrr o t h training. Man. to White, a famous yellow fever ex- hitch li the pres.jn Platas of the man i tqwork this morningand rtiaolnod (t
Mount Clemene amnd get him a n dt. pert, is de d at his home la this city agoenent of those roaes." the tak tntll ar space of wbot tw
tion to fight two weeks after nex in the seventieth year ofsis age. While Thls information' hs' not yet Iwn Iblocls had been cleaned. They on*
saturday, Ut he can get te matc put ta surgeon In the confederate army Dr. officially announced, h(t It is learned t treateui with teamstersf to haul the
oa ntil that ti me p White .wa sent in the alon intes at on good authority 'that SUc:h Is the in- I dirt away.,. Men in tileo varlouta bouis0
oGi old'bolro N. C.. to treat northern ol. tnlltiflo of the controlling 'i teroept of holds wero not allowed to partlelpate.
GOULD WILL ASSIST POLIC I die affllcted with yellow levor and the two railway. ', iThe moment Nds fairto sprea 4
I Ln th confederate prison 'at ilorenco, The Southern_ b owned a ma jr Other q.Ajrtrs ,of the city.
Millionaire Offers Bloodhounds to he won the love of mpriy union fty of theo tock otf th Mobile aid" --t----..
Track Hefferman.' Murderer. i me:n by his kindness during a similar OhI'o for orne time, 'and It was the -.
New York. May '27--ICdwl Gould, performance l.-.n t The P ress says, ha. offered blood. Hoe9 was "born hn Oharleston, 0.. but the fact that there. was consfdei.al .n Ytrk,. MY t.---roelro 4 a .
hounds to the police to'trfack the -s on Feb. 8, 1826, and was graduated abl twe itative 'nxcttement siatt2 titue t i. t h.gratphd to the copea~g.
saluant o John Heffermati the cach- by the Col.lee of Charleston in 1848, in the atato of Mlslsselpi p cAtieil th t n .." re thet ie will b e prea 4 .
man who was shot nea:tbe.civb Su-n d,,h '. 9 Sohth Carolina Med-aJ .nwagemnt ..my tten to pot- . ._^ . tomorrow *_Velg
day night. ''Ohllege ^2 years latdr. Ho-&began Porse the matterr. 'It Was deemd the w 5i hAll b a yd of the Jews
j Mr.-Gould'a interest :I the cae i i id continued his practice with sucp wiser course to wait ,ntil tHhis trar,, s wi, a-ed by thl Klt esieff mia ,
sald to aria from fear' ot aseuits ceses until :the opening of the civil war, lent Tfeemt g d s llW. wipl prnsi csue. Amon
upon the wealthy men who live In Tar- when he received the conmlston It efonr mnakin pbUh the :fadt that teb M. Cb ,wawll ad thek ao wilttit to
rytown. It Is thought the an who surgeon in the confederate arrity." A two great iyte wo .. ..4 .be r. leea n .lsand the mayor wll b ""
attacked Helgermnu. took the cOAI(- thbe lose Of thie war ho moveri to New u. '0'nO wrgeAnab t. 'Of .. ,.i..ih' w if,.. ig.tl,' -l .;;V p'.-q ,..; :m4
lan for one of the rich rodents na York, we're he lived untll hi, d 4l j t t Iwprobable that the mane of the "ljweT S -bu ..a, ,of L.o :P ...eat
expected to find lA]rg5ount of White madve. Several import a MObld and Obhi will be used no long. tAe uy ~tcvrmn of cort.B l. sutelsg
money in h po AU. Al t 1m 0 medical inventions. er tla, Jly, ed that t fhereaftcr l t 11 kedie Pa n. y.
alrtte's frliem ae 't ..... ..Tr.e.. n I Itnes c '-po-ag -hat .y.te wl. be w^l l h Achnahog arly" .
m Aix es rie ld l ar 4 t tnr e a n4 tht Jathe e In M is g ilpp parate l under th.> na ut o E t he South.
meber of th e ~b 1 ...... .. TWO KIl b.
r ""o~ t e,"ln m- n omu l : +. .... M. ay: -.. .--. !. a Itan.'l war li"e p y -K. i d 17 Tor!p Ii!

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Sgb avib -t Ayer's Chery' ,,,
Stcral i n ry house for r.t ml
e r: *. I t iN
#o world for cou Sa Si.O .iw.
: J. C. 1illiamns,A ai.f,

to b oJ.

tf4 I $fr^ ser$e inn siIe YIda. militia.

Wth Po^ee, F. S T.,Jsas been
Q*Saq. 4 0 seq0,4 roi the office of
I lgatat ;et|oite under 'date
3Itscounce with the provi ions of
: ap':tioil 25 of *he 'itary c d, 'Oo.l-
ie Irving E. Webiter~, 2nd Ivtantr)
is t iu. .t req,;qut, plai e pona ithe.
Kl,:: se^^e 15''' -:,
Mil3tiaryircprd"'Oojont 'rv'ing IS,
Guar d i^;an' Indepeen!t eo .papny .of,
pi1t li4, at :Ganesvlies -Florida, in July
of 1878, and was emtmiksioned seond
ieteSant .of that company ieruary
'21, 1. ,Pr-omyoted rs flit reatii
0Qtob^rx28, 188.* 'Promotead espe*.
Auga't, 80, 1Is3 hilltsd' in the
orld! $Stai 'kqops, eommin slloped
S : aptalit.A igpe. to the commandd
of CompanyA.,2nd 1'feallon, June
;' V 1,: wd.ervqd three yerp,.- Agil0
..i'. oommi!oned. captali1of the ,Galaiie
lle Guards, an independent company
:. of voltint6eer amllitiin which positl0
he served Untill ovember ',10o8l. .
w'e; : be w s again ooammissioned ca
-, h ain inthe '"FlorIda'State Troops and;
2n" d Bittallon. 'Frmoted itlor and
as..i mlgngd to cOn.'tmralnd of the 'Fourth
S Battalion May 0, 1808. Oommisioned
S leutenant-OLnot4 of lst FlNorida In'
fantry,, United States Yoelnteersi
Iay 19,. 18089& soomissione.d coloiels
S of 2n ,Infintry, FlorildaStabe Troops,
';' August-18, i8 ; 99 . ,.
II. Commissions have been lesued
the followlo ntame4 oloers anit e.
are assigned a l611ws w '
l^< "" 1'. '* F rside-Colone!Ch ii. les ,.
27 Lovell,.to be briigaduiergeneral, with
.': rank frn Masy 18, 1903.
.^."",1F 1irst ,Ipfafitry-Llti eutenant-Oolonel
: John W. Sackit't,,. obe:.'colonel, with
rank from M ay 20, 1003; Vioe Lovell,
promoted. Major John 8. Maxwell, to
be hieutenat-colontl, with tank fron0
ay 0.20; 19001; vie tSackett, plro)ote, 4
S 'Oaptathl Fratrk .1. lowtitt,. to bi
S majo.r.9 tlhe 18istlt.hia.lion, with rank
i fr, (om Myt0, 310; viceMaxwel, pro-
i,^..-:L in moted., .
S .ajor John N .-lrndshaw, to; be col-
onel, with rank fro)iin May 20, 19013;
ice Webster, retired. Captain Frank.
S X Sohullor to be oniuor of the lst
Battalion with ra,.ik from May 10,
1908;.vi'e Bradshaw, proilboted.
affected a Permanent Cur.a When
Twelve Doctors Had Falled. "
;' B. IrlHlng.of Lo1udon,. Mlt., undthr
date of April 21, 1903,, writes :
"J. lmoionto),Gainestville, Fla.:
"Dear.Sirz. 1i writo to express my
deep g.stittudo to-.you, for your won-
S foot from whIch I havime suffred great-
< been w'jiig on t.hi foot durliig this
' time, but"faledto eteo a eilure. Your
rkalve id the w nork >a a littlo while. I
S.. took from the' foot tibi pic.? 3s of bone,
^ii atter the ghlis" hlul hto\i extracted,
Cwhoihausfl etheort'. w inid tio't I ahn
enti erlyocured aund abloe tu walk wiahp
''.. out' the 'id, otf 0'rutcxJhe. 1 hall al-
^r':* .. ways 'fke, tie grfeitest grntitudie to-
': ...wards yov, asid will always speak it
'!?" ': ". *good>w 6i for'your salt e.'" l .
ii' ? For saley t. Wallaclie's City liruig

'."'". ;'. '- . rj Progreses Nicely.
t'.' ,'- ...'- Work on the poh o pJ :..;. GaineSvtlle, "Ga"an". d 1l 'i1t^,' *'Q .ompa ylI.wich wil li. located at the
i.'3"." ..' .eoorner'of"South ti hi.verelty -and D'epot

streets,,t.sptogrssing hWaloely, and at
the ~(lsnt rate "ith building will beo
cointile4 with- : the *Inext three
..] ,, .weoek.,. "themiateral beig employed
7.Is .Cam p'billok. ii.- whiohll is. ot only e
very handeoime but la, durable artic tt.
The ;bri.l. I of.'lj bI color, a*id will
n'kea prettyeffe o ." :
The bltidingwi1l be Vilid dd into two
QOOfsO,'. rt'iit ro0i0 ofWhich ill be
^* o use ill bttt7' Tie boie ri
oh r" 9O.'"
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AMI ser;u 1ug

... fitit
| ickli|g in the' throat.
gi can t t
in a single night with
A r's Cherry Peettor .
U se it al.teoI4r broi
consurnptic, hard colds,

4'U Tes'J;." S aIMk.I.u I 1 Ait, r' t lt1,


Delivered orn Oor~.naeret Gerrpon for'
ast Florida Seminary.i .,
I!ev. Alonzo Monk of Atlanta one of
the mrgst eloqaeuit dfivne iitt !tb sitth,
delvered Athe 6 ni: ( ti o

Methodist church, 8uaSUU y Ioi ng,
taking for his text list TiTLm. 4
ItBodly Exre roteftlh Litile, but
Godlinless is Pra flabl4 to All Thing.,

i nd Of That .Whidh ii o, ;i .
h, o en tOhei" tnryat i
e diti, a body, 44td the 'c mmod"oua
cht* e~ 'w 'oiwdd 'on g before the
herof service The diseoure was a
most eloquent oe, and ,was appre,
otItd by. all, wto were t-ranat
enough to heapt.
S'r. Monk was .to have-_ preached at
the Presbyterian ,hurch Sunday -even-
ing, but was eomtpelled to leave the
'ity Sunday afternoon in order t0' fill
ani appointment I'n Alabama.
Disastrous "Wrecks,.
Carelessness is responsible for many
,a railway wreck and the same causes,
are making human wrecds i f suafferersI
'roin Throat and Luhg Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr.. King's' New
:Discovery for Consumption, Coughsi
.and Colds, even the Worse cases can he
Ocred, and i6opelies resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorhlioster, Mass., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This grand remedy ,is
giarainteed for all Throat anid LuLig
diseases by all druggists. -Price 50c.
and $1.00. TrJil bottles free.
Messrs. Pedrick'ancd Mosely Will Pros-
per on, Pecan Trees,.
There are groWling in 'a nursery in
East UainUraville about 4,000' pecan
trees, which are the property of 0. C.'
Pedrick and"W, P. Moseley, two en-
thusiiasts {n the culture of this de-
lilcous lut. The nursery' presents at
think season of the year a most attract-
ive appearance, and we don't wonder
at the owners' desire to "hang around".
the place.

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^Sflhil MAY 2 1903

An pidec of Mala.f.jd-re to -.,
yom es of E. F. s. Prti owthewetaeaonatndehighwaters W. P Shettleworth ChilDi-
Stic:'n. .. .cV. t' tion of ShippinF t Car
WW o' ,ope too an alharing exte ut
t TE beM ",4 0. 'Wt h THEY W EN (SA

.W a io" s'n t ., I mv. t '.. ..Shipment Comprised r Hundred
Fortunate 1smmpiny rWSin, ty On4l ....p "L'f Crtes O f aW
eP0oP r Ts t atM)' em * 't ij the Firt danattO1 Crnta.
a iU n n. ed that for t iN I l oupe ea *i .
One olsin et ifport tfeatirwe ter's Iron Tonie ha no equaL Irn o AlanL ut il 'th,
f Vthe .commencement program of the fighting element in the blood, ad credit for the first sold-oexrliad of can-
Jto Sezminalry W. s the .ey tl). kind of iron supplied by Dr. ar-L talhup e hpltr ijied foto the 8tkte this
pe*itive drill between companies A ad ter's Tonis he kind the season ; w. t Shy, twqglll one of
.of the young. day daet,4 rbhichh system requires to succeesfully combat the most extensi.l' Wei' this see-
ranaslp rd on the College campus a4taqlari. conditis Don't wait until tiop, ~ijl'ijy ,tljdistjnction, and
,4s:0 dOo 'Mo6 iday afternbon. 6thyo ae attacked. jTake it now and for- the Southern Express..Company enjoy-
wpadiou_ piazzas of the 1 irracks, were- tify yourself; itis an abeoltte safeguard ed theeprofiit.rejgh ,b. .
rowde with visitors, and many car- and, at the same time, it is the best The .pa it ooig3r%,1hundred
riage'9 werf' stationed' outside the tonic and invigorant for the entire sys- crates of .el developed- finely flavor-
grOuna&.; S ehestrao was present, and tended to turbs the system had its cumulative likely bring good returns in the East-
'tnke the occasion more festive with poison 'beget greater phylcial trouble erm markets, where they were con-
ob"are.r, tha tihoee It is employed to eedy sigried.
The .,uges selected were Misses Where bad case of chronic Malaria Notwithstanding that announcement
MarI tk bhar, Gertrude pushman and already exist, take DR. HARTERS was made that the first could tove.
Fainie ndel. FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It to from Oeala, arid the consign d be
OomWpany A was the first to make its guaranteed to .cure. Price fO0 eent, atrucker by the ime of Me 'this
appearance., The tompty matched BiTn IP YOU WILL I sbipmen| failed.' A shipment oFe
oat int itho open campitus iq m agnifi- O W hundred crates was made, however,,
cent form' under eommantd of Miss ; l l9 'and' MquPy woIld have cut,. the.eai-.,
Edith Baird. Th i lomipavy par- the .caipad shipent adhe not been
tittk*4 hn. Ideeieinidt'4rftll,' 4i, play- ia ir4 ..adVisedAhat the fruit was too greenr,.
ing flne work on the part of both corn- @i Wouu't aive Do. p1., and that it would beradvisable to Wait
poy a4 truitrcesa.'. the c, mpany Al dealer r handle, or send to a few lays This gave Shettlewrth-
d.4ritrg the'drill andits conclusion re- ATitM lcat Ota Oh h sen of the
peoiedIprty applause. It is believed f the rmovemeets in
Company B, in somrma&d of Mi s Aa. t x., AM. .i. carload lots will begin about the ~iti
8usie Runter, then appeared open the l pr5x., and ill be rapil pd heavy 7 n-
campus. They were greeted .with en- Il r t r*en 0iT 0.0r til the crop is exhausted, which will:;.
theBia9t!, applause.' This company lablIbe about July 15.
siso gave a fine exhibition drill, after atd other '. ..
which thetiudges decided twenty-nin.e I d.nd thioA.'a.,b D. t.,
,.potits for Company B, and' twenty.- hiieira M, t tw *wimieifi ta.) stiseMisi
eoijht points for .ppMpay A. M. -t""' S, VlE
Slrobhar, in behalf of the judges, SENATOR M ORE, AY'S VlEWS. HELD AN INtERESTING MEEYTIN
compleisnted both companies for their
exqellen6e. In avery'. eat-:'ad, care- He Says Creation of 'ity Recorder Twentieth Century Club Suspend for-
l speeh she rendered the desison Will Not IriCrease 'City'st Expense. uArmer Months. "l
for Company B. Great applause and Senator MeCreary takes this means The Twentieth Century Olub held.
college' yells from both boys" and of acknowledging the ,receipt of a pe- its regular fortnigh'tly meeting at the
girls greeted this decision. tition requesting him to eliminate from residence of Mrs. C. A. Colclopgh on'
'Ther' maneuvers of both companies the proposed new city charter the see- Monday afternoon at 4 o'cjloc l A
were utdr th euperision of Major tion providiiig for a city recorder; who goodly number of ladies were present
Sii. ..th. ,evening a large audience, will take te place of the mayor as mu- and responded to the roll call with a-
greeted the Sophomore class, the nicipal judge. He is confident the propriate quotations. ;
members 4f which delivered sone ex- signatures'>o this petition were ob- After dispensing with the regular
cell*t and eloquent driation tained upon the representation that routine of business which came before
WORTHINGTON NOTES. the new o'"ce will increase the the club,. the literary program wp '
..... expenses pf the city. Such repre- take up. Thi' consisted of three
Many Visitort Are Sojourning at This seutation a utitrue, as the costa which very interesting papers treating on ..
Favorite Resort. the mayo,'n.oW receives in each case many subjects, an instrunMenital solo, a
\Vorthington, May 28.-The river is will go into, the city treasury, and violin solo, a vocal selection and as.
once0 more lu' its banks. more than pay .he salary of the city recitation. Each member performed. .
uThie farmers of this section are in recorder. If the new charter is passed the part assigned her ifia manner that
cloAe pursuit of the grass that the re- at this season, (which, under the new betokens the interest she feels in the'
cet!i vridns caused to grow so fast. constitutional amendment is the last success and life of the club.
Fish are very plentiful i the river opportunity for such special legisla- This meeting closed a .ery inter-
here. er tion) the Interests of all taxpayers will eting and successful teim of the club
: Messrs. Hilleary and George ane the be thoroughly protected and no addi- work, and the, members will resume..
chaiiipion fllhermena. They keep the tonal expense incurred by the munici- their work the first Monday inOctober,.
hotel aupplie4 ith bas-, trout and plity. The office of mayor, in the after their sumhnie outings, with re-
bream.. 8 t* ."V nator's opinion, should be purely need energy and ambition.
Miss Pet Wolls.pent Thursday.night honorary, and he should be re- ,_______
at the lag ofHague. lived of the arduous labors icumbent
Mr. Hilleary has purchas d a pair of upon him ia the way of ld' court D iErh S
famouseRyan stock dogs, while Mr. J. and isteningtothe "talesof woe"'of ,
J Cox presented himnwith a thorough- those who are daily arraigned before n
brbd pointer pup, all Ofwhich he car- im. ., .mIlLI
ried with him toEastern.Alachua. CHINE E ATTACK AMIERICANiS,

There ate in the tract seedlings, The young folkishad' social hop 'at
budded and grafted trees, all of which Coi's Hall last evening.
are growing well. The greater num- Mr. and Mrs. Bissy3 of Lake Weir
her of grafts were made in February, were guests at the "hotel Thursday.
and they expect to dispose of 100 night. They came tp visit the .form-
trees tho coming fall ait $l each. her's father, Joe Bissy.
Children in Peril. Mr. and Mrs-. Allen returned home.
Soie of the most axi ousi Saturday froul. viaith g relatives at
..i...... ...-_ -(-'a ldw iu. . r . ..
mother's life are those when the lito ev lT. B. olle ofansille a
onts have tthe roole, lo Rev,J.;B Ho lle of Gaine ille.d.
andTa r is itafe aiefctive ri y A. U. Ililleary id son, Bert, ofrEv i-'
r sae and e tiv remedy ston, returned top 'their resp iv
that n1ver fails. "My boy would hlive htones .this eel Pe. tiv
died fromnneluimraieous croup irit hd. lolle d thi feeling. greatly
not been for loley' tlot'y aind Tar," be.ett rby th Mi bro here w
writes, C.W. lyn1h (of \Vinhister ,Id ., E. Ge Montrookill stay
Sold by W. 0(, Walhiee's duriggstore. two weeks lnger, when he will" leave
ob ... here for Ttomais.vile, Ga,. t4 enter
JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT, StanLey'sihaness College.
S aDoctor J. B. Cline of Providence was
Jesse James Arraigned Upon a Charge a g te t he hIinfight''
of Aggravated A ult. A big barbecue.andpicnicis on the
A colored lad sailing undor the illus- tapis in the neaeir fulire with :Hon. R.
tuis cognomn of Jesse Janie w'as W. IDa ai or or tthoday. Hurra
arraigned in Justice Colmian's court for CoL.1obbT for governor and. Harry
yesterday upon a charge of nggriag.vitetd MeCreary for O~sgress. Ala"hua is
assault. The charge vwais preferred by dti.rane COtgr'emaku".
Joe 'Floyd, another ngro who i's well
known in co)rt ,qirleds wh t at 4ota SIk Day Sli,4.
Jesse came upol him wii a tl tro "I was takeoh ery ick with kidney
ldoking kiife Jesse 'tSti w trouble. I triedwaL sorts Uof Medicines,
v.e, that Floiyd was th. a'tgge sr j one of whiehdtievd eine.Oneday I
atd that Ihe ", brick Rw an &d of ,nXe70u1 trio Bittersand
ad that he tim i bri at ii ~etermnaed to try that. After taking at
* -'hin huvti'e maid an(l break-ingo
i(ho bric).. Witnesses vt'ri iie,d i fe e
at,,tme!,-i Ihe defendaliAt was die .. and ha
iiod *-not seell"441eA 4i`'aia6ee. Nelghbors of
I. ^.............. ...... "'* "t m!In 'hay i be in u or Rhea atlsm,
AfafcaiaM''''^___ _~c^ ^-,**t eaunrahi 1UvrMnd KldavtttT.friss^l

'Jnited S6te. Consul at Hankow Aslki
., For. Gurboat.
TVli T in, via San'- Franciseo, Mtay
24-The A 'erl"a.n consul at Hankow
telegraphe for ,a gunboat on rcketlpt
of the report. tj;at a number of Amer-
'.cean engineers ,belonging to the Oain-
ton-H'ankow. railroad had been attacF'
ed by about 40. Chiaese, some milei,
south of Hank6w.
Boer Colonies In Mexico.
El Paso, Tex.. May 25.---General J.
D. Joubert and Captain W. 0. O'Don.
nell. promoter, of the Boer colony at
Tamaullpas. M"extco, are here after
closing the contract with a syndicate
that wll furnilsh'the finances for the
00olohy. ThIs aIs the second Boer col'
ony to be planted in Mexico, The
B3oer. will occupy 83,000 acres. The
syndic(ate 'iij iexico will bring people
from Africea let them have implements,
live stock a m give them credit at theft
Store. -
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewhipg a practicing physlcan
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foleyl's kidney Cure: "-For years
I had been greatlybothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gl and,. tsed everything
known to the profession without relef
until l-oonneinced to u-e Foley_ .'Kid-
ney Cu~e After taking three .o:tt le
Iwa,,, ctiw ilyry believed and .cred. J
r!crib ai t now 4Aily in y practice

Adet tso KId of neya, 'r
B41 der, Urinary Organs. |
A o RUieimatlsm. Back 1
0ob '.eartDisease.Oravel,C E | .
0opay, Female Troubles.
Don't beaomie dlscoraged. T' e lt "
Urefor you. 'If necessary write -Dl.-fat e .
..He his spent Ilife time curhJujust .ac',-
rsces as yours. All consuitatins itree. '
"PFor years I hod M'chiCbe.hosevere' jaiB0n1
acros kidneys tud scaldo g urine. I could 'I
lnot ge Ot omot bed without help, The uoen f -
Dr. F6nnor'sKildney and Backache Curer .;
stored ie. 0. WAQONER, K nolVille, P '
DPruggt.teW,4$1. L Ask.trOook Book- 9,
ST YITOS'BANCE tir Cure. Crcula.



Will stop your rent; "nd buy
you a home. For intofimatlona a
call on


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t W Received ,

s peeph of Awaerds He
lared That No School in thew
,itry, oGuld Excelithe -Seminary.
Ilr EkxecisesTuesday Night.
h *alte 'tw lik6e crow d j'resAt yes-
terday afternoon 'to wi4thes the indii-
l 4id1 al and con pany manfieuvers of
East'B Florida Seminary eadet,'1whieh
yas an interesting feauture '+o th9
oxinneneeuent prograin.. with .the-
Sexcepteion of the drill between theyoung'
Jeadles Monday afternoon this' was
,probably the most important event of
ithe 6ecasion, and a great number 0o-
triends of botl4 companies were oon*,
gregated to cheer their friends to vie-'
tory. .
L The first event of the program was6
o. n individual prize contest fori eioel-
lteacy in the lAarge number of eadbtrof both'
eaitered this contest'. AAftei'
test th e prize, :& hhuid
,op presented by the eomt-
C!leers, was awarded to
ant IHAbnry E. Sherfey of'
First sergeant 'of .o '-'
iy9uAng man received the
a 'bof his friends. for the:
Vsion of the individual '
|,was an' exhibitidtidrhil
,BCompany A wais w nder
Oadeb,0xptain W. B. Pen-
iputenants' Zewadskii and
Company Bw wbcorn-
OadetOpvta in A TIHeriod
Iutenanb LRoy B. 'Gles*.I
.,) 1 eompan s app ed
pampas they were etihutafs-
ilaude nd:'eheered, ihd
e progress df, 'the'' drillI
gently erooi raged. by HgOr-"
maae.: After a obntest laatig"
S.timeB .:the 'jjudgb finally
he e- hamore of' 'etfelen*y4 to
.H though the conttest 1*ai a
i^ -Lt Floyd. and Captain
0 Lynch -o the faedlty.: a4,
,MajorW. T. Whitney 'and.
meant Allan OrMharn of 'thie
pk ho4ed aes 'ladges. Oniptain
'ted as spokesman; for, the
ne, and took occasion i' his
"rema'trks to compliment both
tes for'effcaiewcy, which he de-
,o~uld not be excelled in aty
l tho country. Tihe remnatks.
ain Lynalh were received with
a Seminary Hall last night the
rs of the Junior dlass en-
Ad a crowded hoses, and the
aess of their work went es dti-
f,the ability with which they
4Beieen. instructed during the

ses in Northwest Section
Sixteen Are Vacant.
Iu who are engaged in num-
houses throughput' the city
Proposed free "mail deliv-
fii0ihed the northwestern
hJracig the texri tory north
lbcrty street and west of
ihikts north and west,' ex-
WVst Libcrty street.
oanvass the agent found that
a.e.-ovorns abott a "nile -nd

.W est and a fraction' more
0lt4. north. In the northwl.st
.threi. are three hIundred dn'd
hn.o 'biiifldings, exc)lusle obf

libNotitbhstnditng' that otre
bhaf of ttis territory IsJ' in r
by 4~udored people, the houeei
,arae in -good condition, anid IfA
e leiatity of hAttes nMay 'eb
laenit itatesd' that -u t; fi
I :umber only i,'steen vaf*int'
wo W recorded, eighty iMr
atnda tibingl i: no condition for
ring the ordinary means of :corn-
tion the po" lotion of thibs sae-
Swill t .c .'4 whtch will, r.i Ahe
lationa of t, l eity wifhn the co.r
t liamnits *' o'aboei e f -a( int-
S2,BMO. This t ,an xteelit iKshot. ng,

B JTVatea numv:'.


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Srenow u sing,, ~.b t.and. uoet re- fJl n,'nsrt t ruatoii corrhtwn, lilpl- P a':;, .. I I a
.liw eq all g ing;0ifdicinesi Painea ro si u'titne .itiHl iiof etd o thr ;i .c t lt t
Cjpy1.V oipopmn.d ,/and are-gqttingiig n!L4lt5 L'tS o_ unlnt wJ'th : i0m ien,' r, aap0 'P ,. : ih ,.,' , t t
bavk nerv~ pgqt.s s:, pure:,lhood, bodily qtuickl::.oured doU-ese" troubles.' and dea' !: e t' '."n'- a.. aLt}'lu to a *. ..
rrat4 o P. yand clear, (o annonees, are !ao vigoronus and thce.;. (7,:4 1 Alb a' n.n i '..
,p vivn. ,,htg.Vonzu{4 our land who' M t'tc,', 44d rePo 'qe i pernul t ~ ItAt . .. r'..,''', n
it typul frSi' f^en e irregutF., .h. lra. ,.M. o, ,. orr ,T o. bein A .in, ,v,.nib,: to t. :I E. M 1 A C E., Pr 1rietor
tiqe d4,e ngergt.lia, and who spu"' 4rk., writes for womenas. f dllows:-- ten of thit govI. *, ,rou to 1 its l.ar .......... .. ".
n jilf their tiW it misery, will "I was a.lieted with tlhe whites aud out inuedu infIv: r t'u ;n''; '' N e- tl
fid .(hin:ga Qtgry~ GOonpound a4$ i ^ pnynast8ratuoialnowaw tired soy-, The .c lthevirt eaad plAmntat that ead to eralAaoffrswhbut found no reHief A reas U has b ri'vet'iy t OSU4MER NORM;AL. ORANtEt
baeck and tra sHipie. Pleinel4dyiendon mine advfwed me n yry ( ia. t.ust vwo thy sM u a a yPRnIOS
Celery pO3 pcnd p aes, peoulitr 'ie', Qelryg CQnpop ,., 1 uIsed tM Barrow anl A'vl l ... .. .. N0.$ TL 1NTlt T 'w:J, opn on
powtr pr th t. r ugthenie of the e .d r ttfiqid (4L ldI t' A 'sMou^i;Iy, J" . for th.t ,"ui. h sm-.
jepw qprggist, oraesl ,h nerv- yoriwte flhir nedy'wi tth l rrdit .e naiit frtom his iJrS;A:, .ner mortan,ai nnd ontinun twelve wleks.
ous. ,tein, rxanea ,.t^o.g the weak wti;. Jfore, er praise i aine's Vo eryir ports hav not b. '(i .l, :i,. rr Fullnormanl attiaelantileAi wor..ar-
mnus~e1~s of ei4 y. uinwt.tt, orgai,1 o p. g ito di Jo i i mu'h Igod", On the c'tlr h ni iti \i '- i 'o r. 'leda 1or or(isTlart8s uddr ,J H.
... .. -.. Pote r for (w1i lt i tS: th: ; . 1'lIUN] ON, G.aitnsvillo, Fla.
-OR. "CRANE F'ROM PALATKA. 4 O H /t, PUBLJO O.HQQL. hug, ungitl Marcel RItft'aUtf cnuilt.'n .- . ..
IAttended Mi W l ~E rPwivateaWtS" t n.. .. gr vo but not' d r N 'YI' "i 're N tN 1$a ,Nl
.Atteded lh .. f ,o ry .(,a Mt. i an n W Ii qpen Private The dlctoa there expteteI l to atnpi- I, ih<, Cth (' o r. I'l'us Juttit 'outt
S c l .rern. Paochalch. .cho or the S lJ ents. tat E 'rw' lg a ,t the thJgh du'lnK AihuI tht, I'vioridh-' Tn tiTnoery,
ev. ...w. rd .' '" rane returned In t eW prt lO uma o.tihe Oraded tht ay . t.'h n. iotui. .t)ivorbi4.
day fxorn S a y srrvie at, and High o Shool the ..q.ai of the best ... ot editedd tt .. n iy .. t. .
^lalat~. '17h y ch~ sion swaa^tclosing. public ecbool in the laia^. the mram- Yi j fea IJhTIeiiIno114V1' Iit'1lo
.1Peys:b r tl0 et.6of"tha.e lhtly decided smLnI tIime ard had seVeral ba hbroeon. r Pi'.< t M -,r 0
s h u, pp fop ret. o~er, it, p heo. ofP h irh ago tthat 'he greaat itL lWA'bitcek lo the At BirdoeaUix h n1 ws ow the -'pBI-' ,uI,,It ,,nIc u llu iumt,<>( u .tao 'ie. r,,?-'r
|r ) peopl ofwhic reatet sen tied 'tthd,4at that for 'a eittlot rth h r a< i d> sappllOrt- ,, s tr,,,. or tiil"il
il .Y. Ken cdyia. tnei pastor., H .t e..... io...... ti' 1 -t. ti ..v .. moeat among" tte .ace t, attilitht the noni kleit n ,mtIe ,,, l a .e is )tare-
. .ptw ors pr oOf!, t'ot;.lhtt+t thi+Vile,,I tio11,1n(i &, t. le t ...... e
i,1d^p tt priopeiln l Uh t . e th^l.iaa iaed dto e enter grade -w .hil they ation .of the govern meta W fore n ; ii! i SI M ,i
- -,ch a-- i u-. iw-:,n6" iufloMItl'i ero.d. 3ot".- on c tcount..f th acldnts '' o. o hrwi sl
en . uentl efforts have n nimlde to i .opto outude < e auto- Mt r t 11 tI.
.. .t.a sd eei" a bo largel o e t " te i ~ bllat, is ,t -l.y -a rovtn. of the i t a rr,. te', l ,, ti i> te lb-
h ind many have ftfled' to "tnet the re' a ann n M e. er O Cou
, ud thbe rAl. I or a sol fi quie standard, II~ e nm er 't liosb nam6' is C, Cayf Dinor, the e .. .. .'o i t WetO.*
upda,. n, e Fagw. ent+ t, he outt hilid ofthe prhleti and thd sua 'ony ono leo't h th 'ace, broe down v.eT i m l
. eWi ew y mear wiL e st l~red erlntehdent4, sotrme.litaern tih only one wl withdreww kt : a -all pl.ce sost- I, < 16 ., MA1 t ,ta
bith an pp ra tha ipfrilgsehaM bev a thl. Th ih wh ell .'* inst"h' ak6eup s.d -of thlt t ".own. . ....."
blpparefrlfy taken,.ndthgth& eon-hLnhis'del^oenloy dor^tgtihe 'VA totii or "No-TIC- ....
4ec otf te ds&tred 4Pitwy te will beretid 6' it n t' CAS OF MRS. 5BEtPORD. ,'ift"Ho 1 l
for the school, whih may be regard, M grades wtcthe otided ist .harg.a with Making Fatl. Deotar.a-l t iw tte
oe i a Ptherey ; -This ay keemtri tdi ie a little t'io" ol ,ti o ,,) ,<,., -. t t, y.a tl ho fl Ala-
Is rtithrled it1 &h r n iF 1.,ac but ;t"he gdodtof t.fh'.tt Id arid t.li t i"on .May 2dofAlr. Gu,,lai, 9 o- ttaue tv Sintt was truert e rti orWxt.-
Sedtoshe s eds io t e ~c iBc rl0 i e M vien An e"t'tihanb ktu mntlorati towi May .fi on tha arrival t J aeto ot v< axht
p' Lastit d i rfotft he" a rid thaiee will be iire '1" evoe',ry sttaddit ho roam Now York of the atatmaer U Ur fle- htii,1cout (. |Aohu. cou4 t.ut If'Ih.nah tStt
I h' ir iTn I reI tha xhe e'tirhrti tic rl' VB^ hi" ti1ona hda ^hJT-ftL ^ h *<0 Lt hs t i:iun .whtttr t~u 'ttle p( in-
dirme orsthi orl sitiffif i hai notbeet prbitotdd. it'h uensi'n$ baan, caitargod th )niltkt l a ftalsc dy<.<- ".,-, Ti(Lsjt-IfIuli', wlitIt,'o ltl,, ,i i ,l i-r,-
i rra p tror(tylorhn ftri, dhese, exAmintitio. hire l orendy lar'tlon yo a" 1 hhd's lItht, wa br'6ught kelblited li Ahuoali. cotiit(, lt ii .tIp athe
intealnrc, ceand 'nteral aVnld an a 'tnx- ..'Ira .^^. ': .. u U m 1 . i ., 'nt i sis ..nd .thi. -, '.t been prpared ti ore mrn thod thmn uP or reni na at. the B W aiT,-t lpollbe 'tttftai.m vJW 'ul, e )wstr, .ratou.tnit
Hay, o h' -tQoVar to tli ity, ever bd. .or. as be eI .ir. ih .11 < 1 at ll e Otr o
consented to cnt, i b t6O att as chair- .r t. net of th.- who w ri hoIer 0 ,1 .t.t4 o had idolpted- its. f A ittu ty W hli i tytotflr
nl ltt .f d t obno orp td tnd Wist to Wkl and tiM, 'o -, 'Ar11 tn'l tC odl
TiThe ch reh 'bulldjMit, an adnirar le ... .... of .'- ,4rs IBedford, wheKt sht Apoarpea d I, (moi..,n tift L' t r,/i... or A~Itilt tltl, .
pl of archlt et(im, ev. C. Far is, o0't0t r tho' who h T the hIuek a p al. tO. A : ir. ,ra t l ln of
T D.., 6f Caldler hU ntt'i aevorved thie r '* "sg .n.o 4 -, -. | coul by ,ml{^ l*^ ^
plan fromt hivs et0ratlie bai a, ts'iied .' -O n i' at "i.st Sh Ilni- tr i th l ajdstl. 1' e 'proao r tid an tNtyr (i 0r ,t i 1'I',10'lor H Lit haX
to4 .it ntire kpaiy t he o l., has decitid t0oOpien at private elhool on thoweid that. M tea, 'td qr ~ min tt l DI .:1 U'tNl)ten b4 h tt O S o itAre'1iI
o spite the hea~ t bthetlrtibe hor June 8th,. Ita bvided" ea'ti eure a EngT-lnl frrm Pitr tr t nerbe aa. d,.,A w1 or 4IIuA.o.A.
ds ie .ith ea T thed M at loient-,oiir abeor twudcnWtb fudtiy that' sl ed hbfd Adveft'hi'bi as "Miuldaun I No.,n 1N )wrly ttiv n that J, J lA Iymun,
S the: u riders ing..+ ."M1 nhoti' i. B... d, rot h0 ^ra !e bs .a tfer A t g, t .
yoang and tld. plain, praeiil tek, tter p reiited t .do this wbf t, chi .' with the the t 1rd that the o i. .if' Tt. I 4g11 L. I l r ?W 1 M dA t rt
taklt^ ^iing' .avantlie fthe Wls'i'oai 0ie . t .ttlaie.. .b, ad g s-ier-r gI1wati -at ikby Of a working girl aIn rtI'IrPe ii hwes i i4 o W o it dew l-4stK
wise kl ng had eodden d fntd" his a-itro t1)-y ecause Whfl $4 worth wal, tiamterred toMiii. r 'ro AMtaai obi tAo ,r ,
pr ver Bi t tth tu d illt discovered time needs of t studres11
"oy '. .. ...'... t' a ts M 'rgaret (Cartu .. M edford ri l i1- .
T qhe people 1oa Palsatka show a vtry W Ith t er hera t ( t i a no ible ,trod the chId .. her own ansI took .h.. e,-I..lle t int als'l prif f I tM a"t theo mtie
tIny spiritow tech hrd that she nmy Ise to couicate it to Ps ad tc to A a, p i. s ertat
schoP an t t e4Br A 0~bll,4. asud par- wituotuaher tc itiher andi promtute 'tti. Cbmnrishi r or t.. ipi ..tc .. .re1o4.i i i tt.e 0 rP6oo t f law, taxId qon
0 n pnprnei R e gDothWd o.r, .t g.x r igilt that as th above facts a t.1irailWa 0toi it i. .1 ot ab,.iowk t
Od pteksit 'he .a, authority. of hlr tblli.ed and the chilii cou1( n lon-(I t iwwItcaTy ofm dya .IF hL tl'" t
S. . ceotlfla ,'ttbpo m i to dd att tohe or be clanitnd' a's' tho e ht[ra.s of 1thei .4 ).'oio. ri o
... I CHOC P .IC, 6th grade, tld she has adierlty t Bedfo rd estate,,-rti y were not desroute rou our A t w. ....
Apwmotetb &nj Mrde ith the' nolotet ofo screre mo sare a and kfked thbe Ea L g- t -.". 'lA .... "
AlQ inHet t W Oounblne I of tho principal or the teacher t if ftchm irate to .t" l wl, th" CSB. 6as af it . Gi au oIa iin, r5i1.,
-dtiv f 'T e. grade fr-.. whi.h thy stude. s to be' t hnieal. offend ,aidfnot send it Ito thJ AiprotLthl., w.
The iltr who i ve bo ftn te m loted l ,h h r courts. Wi t pna tY r ha ralLrt t nowti)-
T h o u"tiy arrsn wlom hnve nee nttt e u ^ p ti o te d . *(f u d h v t*w m(i oe ;a ott i i" %lvd I"n h ni k u t o f
i.g the .varioui Bunday 5eel0pil .s wh y wlih to avail thm i elve. boen iynir j s,'t ri... t could havw-t tot.. O ll Imtt (otkt ttheut b e at. *ejp w Av I t 10 v il 1 be)en inficrpdi Arl'r tenaultafclona4 ) orotm*. i n.tia
for they are gori ythe. f ts po l with c ui, Mrs. dfd a4Smtattod itc ii
ohw g r t o ei rewrded or re ard Miss 8lannon hr gtit a'i th.e magis(ratc tittec. I" t. h A. ui ,MTr. Swhtic i. -a i "ii v onlce or may mae.I other art thI haVIC rm th lfw ator ,r;, i.a i o a '
V hich so o ranged eni M efdte a lied for iAnrn proJtr i |ti mit wtNSO,.. 1i,
tr. t ain t ts :i h(1E l trtiN :..l O i n l 0I6t1,Af0. a

~ine 8, i~the date, nd ' ,IIk4 te from Jnpo 16 ik 1i elo wayi carr oie t evIry Ciow m y thw ?,tI V. Iu s# ft LA ir. Ii on tI tth vi;o
Lake, near AlMeai te. 1 g l r to e .In -Ja 'on. i Tw he t1Wy t'e era 'tote h .r u ot .a rts I Nol ),8.,,rr t'tr. t i" i.dAtfei *
ah" hv +" ,'-. w 'hf+^ u a'. ay'-"".." .. ). I..
.eI....t a. o te'1 . t t' i Ia.lk t smere+ t d itil .1aa M al. jo d 'i'"d'i. :t' r vtt P r

oaeLe oWte f. c..h.tlMll h-dItM' t *? t, ""t It ,hr 0. 6 > yert e 'w t lmrolW .twfn .
adei er thogre ineral pubichas'u ,fitnors a, e aC te .wO .atqh te h huws L 'l t O
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oit:L ne. hodeii r( i] i', gem6 :ii -8n "ell' t I Of. 0... -. r )iT Ttii,, i t,, e r by,' s tvf to ,.,,)'d M,.,,l+
uedelrpe i +iis d-. .h6..+6ll 6 '.' trs, bx.t r's ed Id g tt. lirt,, to bt'l rl .'. 1to rcpf;W lmd +, eon.

trains Will 'be, .eea g t ,-PrQHTING IN BULGARIA. 12, Ir t '
dren h gre .er "e way 0~ Ivy ~ :1 "itqr of l-h Stwen I mp i 1..y.e and '..t.. 0...... .. ....... .w
wood. Furth l. a t urgent, ntu

show aionstantlope, M 2s.- ihtg hersy vm a
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___________ ahAnigton, ay -If fur- Me .tt.
4,'r Aetof Con Pob tWaster General Payne waso
seeking by every mea s hit c om- t taketcaro ,ihot
T ly ai ay id to prevent the revelations f c 00- Ol at.t
.. ruption in the Postofltee Department e
,it has been furnished by hi, tralient Pi lpcs, boils, eczem
EA itr antProp'r. of the. charges' of Seymour tTuoloch, ptons, lossot pp0t
S...1 ------- formerly .cashier of the Washington feeling, bilious turns, ft4
Taw ow 8BOesImeToI: city postofflce. When Tulloch's tlon, dull headacbes and
TmeTwe-. ek $va $1 a year; six charges, which had been prepared at trouble are dte 'to them
oth, .; copies, c 1 he special request of the Postmaster "
r iG.(neral, were received 'M.r., Payne Hoodrs sarsea
.ADT,%itvxsxxG RATEs, :h aItaeieizSd them, as. '
Lo 1 vertieients, 15 cents a line "stup spee th," "nbhingahot wairda and
oz,. r the first and 10 cents for ech addi- tc 'g "e gbf the Post-
Ali.n" etc. Taking the verdict of the Post a, hmors,
S lonal inserting aSter General the puble was preo- emoe all humr, o
,:. Displayed advertisements for three, asd to beheve that Mr. Tulloch had their effects, strengthen
O, i>. s,* <.l ant 12 Monthsa .at special rates.l ar<:d 0 Vto bme ievea theatl r Tu1loe b. had t re
rlofes furnished upon ap teIcin.me failed to nmake good his charge. Then, inviorate the whole syst
MArriage and Death notices Inserted in defense of his position, Tulloch "I had salt rheum on my h
r'fe. Obltu'ares, 5cents a line. na(le public his statement and the could not work. I took Hood
_____.__'. : ....... --. ......... .-.-- public was amazed to find that his and it drove out the humor
|8" We will not acepnt stamps of a (charges were of most serious import its use till the sores disapp
Sarger denomination than 2 cents. and wer accompanied by abundant IsA O. Saow1(, Rumford Fall
;'7, -"- ... ,, detail. Later the Postmaster General Hood's Sarsaparilla p
'O.a .. Ovus xo Ls'r. announced that in any instance where Oure and keeps the prol
I. The Sut and the Thrice-a-Week he cold ascertain that alleged em-
(. Y.)World one year........ $1 5 ployes of the department had enjoyed These show that over 22
.The Sun' ,nd the Atlanta (Ga.) I a sinecure, performing no work, which the men enlisting for sei
The Sun and the Atlanta' (Ga.) Tuloch alleged in a number of in- Spanish war have filed apt
n Semi-Weekly Journal oneyear. 1 50 stances the department would imme- pensions and this, notwith
The Sun and the SBemi-'WVeekLy diately begin prosecution to recover fact that less than 10 p<
Times-Union oe year ........ 1 50 the salaries paid. While on its face actual service. Thirtee
Me'"h .... -"' "udg.. e... k:' r-' 'of this appeared to be an expression of pensions have been allow
....Meanwhile, Judge Parker of New great virtue, the inspectors are aghast 18,185 applications have b,
York smiles, but gives no other indi- at the announcement which they say and 84,210 claims are st
cation that he is a "receptive candi- will mean the absolute losing of every New applications are,mor(
1^ date." avenue of information that might have in daily by the hund-red az
i{, : '-- remained open to them. It will be re, mated that before the close
An advertiser recently paid :$5,000 called that when Mr. Payne removed .calyear fifty per cent of
,i; I tor the privilege of painting lia name Machen, a step which the inspectors enlisted will ..,ave filed
on a chimney where it could be seen looked to as absolutely essential, be- Some of the experts in th<
bypassengers onthe New Yrk ferry- cause t would give employes suffi- fie assert that unless the
b Nse ___ats __ __ . cient confidence to enable the inspect- speedily and effectually
S"ors to get information from,them', the cost of pensions .growing
SPatent Comnmissioner Allen an- Postmaster General immediately took Spanish war will exceed t
: nounces thiit tle Patent Office has not occasion to discharge an employee who war of'0 '64.
islued a patent on a perpetual inotioun had ade charges which he could not The government is goine
nv dice for at least forty year and wiill substantiate, so as to nullify the effect its preparations for the e6
Sneverdo s aain, of Machen's removal. Now, say the of a naval base at "Guant
.*.."----.. -- inspectors, the Postmaster General every confidence that the
The legislation which h will prevent has rendered all their efforts futile by pending will be ratified.'
the importation of peatoiut and cotton hirlatest pronuncaimento. The ques- proceeds with the sanction
S... |ed oil labled "olive oil," will have a tion every one is asking is, "Will the ban government, which
Most benefoial effot on the California President sanction this sort of pro- augur the ultimate suec
S olive oil industy._ ceedings?" But it is admitted that only treaty, although it may no
the removal of the Postmaster Gen- ratified before next year,
| very time Colombia reads the eral would efface the impression he until after the Cuban
United States Treasury statements it has so studiously created, that every treaty goes into effect. 1
determines it will not ratify that Pan- person who imparts information re- ot sovereignty over the Is
.ara canal treaty unt il it obtains a gardIng the scandal will get into tron- has now become involved E
J Larger slice f the gold reserve. blo. a action in the Cuban Co:
-- Accordiiig to a memorial which will believes that both subject
A bright inventor has now given us be presented to the President on his treated ini one conventi
the wireless telephone. When an in- rottrnu trom" the West thirty-three while, the surveys of the 1
ventor cimies along with the scoreless trusts are squeezing the life out of an the channels leading to
R sleep and the .bitoless mosquito we important industry, the manufacture harbor are b ciiig complete
will believe thm miillnimiin has arrived, of agricultural machinery. There is, The question of the di
A Southern statesman claims, with it seems, one agricultural machinery some ordnance which I
some degree of truth, that the South trust which because it mines the ore Spain, but was not remove
ont let the nr but i and provides the raw material f ban fort., is occasioning s(
Shim to~lork for his livin',wlile the which it nakes its product de- 'to the tate and War d
him towork for his itovoty it w 'thl pMlldent of the trustsarndm es 90 Spain fitileda. t remove
r';I = = --North, permits hin .1 "to'V6, "b t won',b'
Slet hm work. er cent of the ngricultur m lainery during the occupation by
l h. work ... umf the country. The remaining 10 per States because she hoped
m\ The engineering schools of Great cent. isa made by various independent would bity lhem.' The Ut
: Britaint ae ip o primitive a condition companies aid these are the Presid. did inot want them and
i .. that students are advised to comed to went's petitioners. The list of thirty- claims the title, which
O~nada M~c~illoullegeto theo three trusts, to which these indepen- disjiutes.
; .(N .Y) Polytehlnic, or to some of tho d t .miaufactites claim they mist ,
.great .rman institutions, a "trib te,' i >tto long for repro. The lilly Whites" have
'.. .......... .d...... -....... dductiomn ligrt.. .. t pe' titioners claim edin Alabama, and' the
"^- Apparently Governor Poinypaoker Ithat thise trisKt intvo put the 'price tains" will be at the next
;dasnnot be induced to test his ''w li. on everything they havu to buy, "ar- national convention with
,. .~bel law in the courts. Thei law prae. bitrarily uind ustnecessarily," until they delegation for sale. Mr.
lb,,, -. tlcally prohibits carneaturing arid yet have become "as more errand boys" negro policy will avail hir
'""-- every large newspaper in Peminsylva- for the large cuneurns. They say this soim e man is there who
:*':> ,,na has published a cartoon of the has even curtailed the crops of the nomination and hmas the
1A.., '- Governor every day sincohoe sigidd the country because of the enhanced price pocket:, -
l,.:" :.... 'aw -. of mnce ssary machinery. 'iThe chief T : a lo e m
'" grievnmce is against tie Steel Trust The driver of a closed
;.. -Toronto, Canada, is considering a and the Plresideut and Congress are gently o icted that hmi pa
'../. law Whicli provides for the abolitionn of urged to take remedial stes. slipped dwn onto the floo

, .:- taxea on $700 of thie value of every Tihe United States is to have astand- hWad-beoorile ly verc
-sidt --e. d IThe Tidea-ii vi6'w is thoe aird of purity for all food products. fumes from thi e 'motor.
i o.dintleleatio) of th0 taxca on lhiihomnes This is to result from a hitherto un- f-mesfront .e.otor..
''A":"- ..e poorer people. Umder noiet-ed provision ii the agricultural Ohio Republicsan
^V:1- suoha law a mamiaowningm unti as- iiplirop,'imt ion bill, which' authorizes p .iIs en
aessed at $900 would pay taxes on onilyI thel Seeretary of Agriculture, il con- f ighbetween the Hanea
$200., ". .juncion with the agrietultural cheV aker' forces, with the Presi
Po tmas -- .......a.. .... its or tihe 'coitry, to prescribe and caucus 401i1.
:.. Postster-Gtral Payno a rts Make public ,h a standard for _the______
that lie is carrying on 1thme por tollce uo e of the various. States and the State of Ohio, Cily of Tol
Svestigati relentlessly and in the courtsofthe country. Already thre Lucas County ...
same breath ridicilr.s a nail who has setolins of this standard have be t Frank J. Choney makes
yolded to Mr Payne s request for. in-" prepared and are ready for proutt ga- i- senior partner of the fit
n:,, ation which'will assist i the in- tion. They refer to meat Aipd eneym &o., doing busi
i -t i tat p r 'I"'QOl e o. dTm
: esti5th PtTon-at it .i*nty be to met products, milk and inilk pro,- iy of Toledo, County ami,
,. the' :.wlPo l master-Gminerha, the iublki tducts and spices and conidintieit9, idand th said irm 4
'. w-" ill ,oti l believe that actions spk Work on thv others is now in hand and -inIdrld Dollars for eaci
Slouder thanwords eotualy the Utnited States will have case of Catarrhm that calnn
...."' ". a p rity standard inblnemrable as thit baa usle of llal's C ta
':.Stand pit," "-Sa eriawmdustor niml "n-, of weight iknd mcasurs. ,This staitd- .v i*i to before nmo and
; sent" ;will be among the frc- irdalong bme amdeated by chain- in.n i npreseuce, this fIfth
qiently used expressionist s of thie lic unsof thie pure food catiise. but has- ei ober, A. D..18. I
nWconning champaign. ihe'** moanmig beentl d'feautd by the friends of adt- -- W. A.'
ftite it ell Iknow. 'onl e tt sote in, grsTs, and, .oin i ot
: Id" idc tui opndidate whose tbeca tUm e m h*.atihn woo ,are Pt ,'Rhl "atur re' "
dis sTuc o. slight exposure tiomusly itiserte'. m appiropr'iatim lly, ad aets directly ht
'i it the i i a billwas its enaotmeMt secured, h icons surfaces of t s
whl ing Isaell e- i..b0ounme remarkable figures reiad in r tatmOnials, free. I ,;
t. thm~ in, r$iW to a pensaiion applicatiozs ha1ive '1V prNA. .aOait &
I mbymlo Ints


2 r :It look asif -asoebody e A
bl tb ,kl, for ev pry pa I
org 'ns 1n Congress this winter.
e)p, t 1 This' partielar line of p I
tei., be' eftrtlelry" Ii
rste. receiving theo attention of F t ory of the Ifltitti on.
i, mnd 0thar ant Postmaster General -
e, that red hlstapectrs. It will have PROSPECTS ARE ENCOURAGING
of n the attitude ofcertain dep
manyoter fcale toward clerks in The Complete Enrollment Was 280,
W m sa service.' h and Would Have -Been Even- Mire
a* Iti s announced in. Waah ^ Had It Been Possible to Accom n
pari -a patche e that a postal le date the Applicants.
home Is at Kansas City is a-.
ts. dismissed from the service be"' With the term of East Florida Sem-
has entered suit against the hiary just closed that :lstitution has
vercbmoe all ment for certain traveling e. ijoyed one of the most successful
, tone and to which he believes he is entit.| 11rms of its existence. The enroll- ,
em. der the law. The law, it seemli ent has been larger than ever before
ands o tht I videos that railway mail clerks 0sh the history of the school, the stud-
'sa Bersaparilla allowed certain traveling exp ave been based on a broader and
. I continued when on duty away from their d extensive field, and altogether
feared." Mas. nated headquarters. There is a differ ity has smiled with every en-
is, Me. ence of opinion between the- depart- nent upon the school, its fac-,
'romlses to ment officials and some of the clerks its students.
mie6, as to the meaning of this provision of ol worker Prof. J. M. Go'
_, ,__ __ the law, the clerks contending that liant perintendent, has.,- ,.-
pe? cent of "headquarters" is the city in which his ab s a demonstrate cow*
rvice in the they reside and from which they make fact tha lows a good
plications for their runs, while the department has have on lefer to ncemn
standing the always construed the term to mean corps of a s, whbu1ld mo
er cent saw the route on which their runs are made with all earn e would be
n thousand and not the city or town in which they the welfare of the h y, this
C yh e oe rld e c
ed thus far,' live. While the statement i
een rejected, Clearly the term is open to eiter all due respect to former superint~iu
till pending, construction, The department offi- ents of this institution which all Flor
over coming pials take the position that the clerks ida loves to honor, the. school hsas~
nd it is esti- iustsubmit, without questioning, to been a little on the downward trend
5e of the fis- the department construction, while for the past few years. This fact cani
the men so the clerks believe they have the right not and will not be denied, not with.
applications. to have the matter passed upon by standing every energy was pot for,
pension of- courts. In this it mustbeadinitted that ward to keep the enrollment up. The
brakes are the clerks are right. It seems most prob- school has always been salceasful jn
applied the able that the construction placed upon studies that have been pursued, but
but of the tPe .statute itself by thde department there has been an apparent shortge,
hat for the Authorities must be the correct one, both in the studies and the attend eo.ca
but there can be no good reason for The latter may be attributed to theal
g ahead with attempting to evade a decision by establishment of various other educa-.
itablishment the court of claims, before which one tional institutions in the State, all of
anamo with of these cases is now pending. which naturally had a tendency, tot,
Treaty now There is no possible excuse for pun- draw upon the prospective material of
This work lahing a clek for bringing such a suit. East Florida Seminary, with the rie-
of the Cu- He s clearly within his rights as a suit that the enrollment had gradually
is taken to citizen, and the postoflice officials who 'dlecreased, in the face of all the enerA
ees of the undertake to punish him are likely to gy exerted to build up its attendance*
3t be finally bring down trouble upon tneir own When Prof. Guilliams assumed bhe
possibly not heads. responsible position of. superintende,
reciprocity MARYLAND ANDTHE NEGRO. of the institution there were .searIly
'he question more than a hundred registered o, as-
>le of Pines Maryland has' a negro postmaster signed pupils. With that energy chao-
and there is sensation on its hands. A short time acteristic of the man, and which 'as
ngress Which ago a postoffice was established at made him famous as a school weorr
s should be Quindocquia, in Somerset county, in throughout the country, h6 went |'
on. Mean- that State, and on recommendation of thediately to work, wit th the nea
and site and Representative Jackson a negro named that the eolhnerit this term in 1
Guantanamo Atdrew J. Day was appointed post- departments, aggregated' two hund
d. master. This week the 'lostmaster- and eighty pupils, and Pof. Gullliat
sposition of General abolished the office. The real stated that he could have secued oI .
belonged to cause of the abolition of the Quindoc- hundred more had the barracks b e
*d from Cu- quin postoffice is found in the fact that capable of accommodating them. d
omine trouble as soon as it became know that a post- is hoped that before m'nny terms wil
departments. office was to be established there and have elapsed this difficulty will hat'
these guns that Mr. Jackson had named Day as been overcome. s ;'" .. .i
the United postmaster the people of the State be- Tihe fall term of East Floridi Semi.
this country gan to grow angry. Nier since the nary will begin the last Tuesday I
united States beginning of the postal service had a September, which will;fallon Septeei
now Cuba negro held tie office of postmaster in ber 29, Prof. Guillianms, who .i A(no
claim Spain Maryland, and the Maryhlnders did the most competent irortaal instrno
not propose that the practereishould be tors in the South, expects to condoact
begun at this late day. As soon as two weeks' teachers' institute at .!
been defeat- Mr. Jackson discovered what a lot of verness, after which he will ret' t |
"black and trouble he had made for himself ie Gainesville, lie will no doubt spent
Republican appealed to the Postoffice Department the greater part of his vacation h',e(
the some old to help him out of the difficulty. Real- iidentally laboring for- the auceesso
Roosevelt's ining thebad effect a revival of the E}t Florida Seminary for the coming
n naught if negrd question in Maryland would ttn'. "
Wants the 've or:he campaign for State officers 'i he efficient faculty of Easbt Flor$id4
coin in his a 4ia united States senator text year, S, .inary, who have also labored .ih
,- so far as the Republican parts is con- al energy, are to be congratulate i-64

otor car re- cerned, Mr. Payne ordered the post- t1i success of their various depli.,
sengers had office abolished and the negro lost his ments. _____ .
r. On open- job. This would seem to be a proper Inasmuch aP that great and meot
d that they occasion for a few protestorable occasion of the iation'a birt_
ome by' the .. --. .-- day, the Fourth of July, is growing
The roasting that Gov. Pennypacker nearer every day, our citizeoi shot
and the Quay machlneis getting from come together.in the mPtter $ c ol
convention thetRepublican and Democrat news- brating, the event., '0c 4 Patkl
'of a lively papers alike, proves to the Pennqylva- Lake City ayd other 'r0 give tow*
Fid the For- nia bosses that itis impossible to muz- 'are demniq'strating theiT r ;
dent as the zle the independent press by any libel preparing for the ay, we sh
l aw- their ingenuity can in-veni r not be found wan tig o slow In thI
o. their atisan malice execute. direction. In orderto seeue ex
edo, _s. -.,,.,'"-.......-. .....- Sion rates ovt4 the varios.. railroa s
Soath that he gnoir orgion,; the new operatic some action should e -taken
oath of F J. star, attracted attent.im from a mu- A program of-exercises siuld also
rm of F, t sician by the musical manner in which arranged, and altgher. the day,
iness in the h called'his ware4 when he was a flh shoidld be' ttingly ieeIebrated in
Sil pay One- vendor., mother words he became fa- Gainesville
ill pay01 r zubs throrgh his musical singing of . ...J
ot be cured the sle. President IRoosevelt: is giving ea"h
rh Oure,. one of the members of xhis cabinet a
Kl t d,. Six hundred and- ninety-ive imni- chance to show his porwess on tihe
I subscribed grants were denied amhnisslon to the stump.:, 0h latest.". .. e .odr, t-

heooda The Iowa t'r pla. h, re *-.Te.. a oeret. toe
day o e- United Stat.s:along the CaoAidan bor-the front i ar p
dToledo,., during the month of Apm rilbe
Nog st. o s d. eref ie -e has not orde Mi".Payne out..It,-
G l'iAblic. ol might be .razth. embarrassing for Mr.
oken intern- -d r--,e . :ayne th rtteness"i
.heh blood and Th'e Iowa tariff' platk, hu'in re. '
Item. Send ceived thesppveval ot Senator.Aldrih, g..e rmen. ar ..... exteu-
' l 0. the "high ,Priest' "of proteetion-, will s -1'1 f il. wimtd
now e ~eptt ~ ~ ~ ii ~y ~ ~t~ Q$7







(3' ; wLtqs. ,

Tg revtoo*"wot" teot os o he a
iU Ma The eitj e***ts abow ts* uenri the
GIVE.. n ^, h o- *eg it rT) we over tty morin
-******* aomxaI dmntaka before the or thean

"mg te i* am w t.a* .t eloatg i oa Ias pa msay more eae eould be attributed
..1' tr.. l tr ..... -"-a".''^ i.ac tAlt to to *liquor, It la also on record that the p
' SlNESS MAN :AN D LAWYAt Op 1 bton t s h e taxpa4y of that .~o in t oe fOrwe ofthe ielty short time ago
ya teae o 1isg.~ A -ou., la aloe, $.#,,6 4':idemandedan lncrase of alary because H
^ of the Saloon aileall tad ne phodeeatoa has WMolotg te th report; tMh ate so o aty more arrest, and
wer. of Orime and a s* o b t y 18t iab S,ii of Courts. "Qtf ea r*e9*Ith ls av4ty :o4 Ttera .d .1ran Juror wit.' t own went"we a short time ago. I
SWilaA. 0atttilva th ppen n *SW8 00 hle jnst eoie from he mayorsdl o, fie
year iof lioridaa will o be a part of o t hta othe wiaese than those be. whee I aske4l the city marshal how
siruit, ipd now of the aure "i r" the tre. f tren ta, Grand Jwuy 78" 70 the e0oditiott cempare now with the *
o ou know the it er is no Sherl t ks co st 1848 tim lat ar under the "dy"
of the Stae, says to tonhei' L aa

son of this eity: "More than 76 5 p e early so *d4 at the oen alcen? The Total tow he year 189- 4-47 5- and he deredk no thereare c, mand s
cent of the criminal business that ha abaloon is a constant home of t*mpen- 1 y I t tent drauks now to one thenIad n
PAon MoboM and on0 at, me, ta many u ive esesto one are W
been transasted (na my ceurtduting my thu 4tg hos and senrt mbl biness1 Jerarors an Grand Juror wit' brought before the mayor, the others t'
o nee T tier must aonduot `hi0 fbasiheMsy
dng es.rm of o e was caused r the sly or he will surely t -Iabtied, fnea )2 90 being disorderly enough, i
rThe Sar has interviewed syor ouse p oor dupe will sgueal o h if Othem wit e than thes b. 0 A certain editor of the city, who ad- m

t the Peace ol a ofs inviting men to drink, hi r00 reord of the a 's oun tho aid
tcieofthe aea mkes it pleasant and ,lel tot Total roe he yefr 1898 4477 00 y 1that he has changed his mind. Mer- t
The question asked each of thee of- them to sdbbauoh themselves. Bet::r 18ra ehants who had Iormerly no trouble to a
fl l was:- keep a bad do chaed a Mpar th0e tor a yGrand Jury wit. Aoll.est aont from laboring people, t
"What per et of the ases tried in me than to let him run loose all the nse $184 80 now complain that busiess is inj red
yWour court do u contldeais aued yerb round. Other wit es than those b- ant seonts hard to collect. Some s
our cpurttdoyou l lcounshre i sA ca tsed
runknness, either directly or fdi In the next piece we think al will w t Graend Jury 8y8 70 who advoated the saloon to increase d
rey? gree ha there are soe driinng Sheril fi4 eerk's costs 88 80 trade haveW found they were the first to I
xin answer to the question Miyor men to honorable to bea party to the---- be hurt by th
Thomas said: 'About 90 per cent violatlonp of law, and hence will not Total for t;e year 1899 2244 85 The saloon men themselves claim t
nearly all dirtaly patronie the tiger, We must reoog- I 1900. that three of them are taking in an v
i" Jaudge Mason said: "A ares majority nle the fact that not evpry drinking Jurers in.o Grand Juror wit- average of $o50 per day. That of itself
f-theoriminal cases bought before man if sIo far ostet honorable aoton ne $ 845 90 proves that it Is being withdrawn from .
e for trial are due to drik. as t be a arty to lawlesnea. M y Other wit' Ues than those be- legitimate Itaines of tde, and' no town
udge Colaan said: Nearly all of men who loyeatheir toddy are high- fore te Grand Jury 208 80 the sie of Orlando or Gaineville can
the highetrimes, such as murder, at- mintdednd honest, and would de.pie Sheriff and lerk's costs 490 46 stand the withdrawal of $7;000 per
Count Judmonth and be as Rphoperous as when
empty to murder, and aggravated as- the man who would sell liquor ille Total coat for the year 1900 155 0 r that misspent o W the imeruhants. Thre
ault, that I am called upon to deal o Total oaet of the courts for the thate apen wdihthemeaat nti There
Tith in any way, are caused by drink, The claimtis o aometmes 2made that last 2 years we had sa- are me drlnkin at hi time who
either directly or indirectly." more liquors wlUl be solndlin ti- jr. r 14 r weverihave been n the habEt of doing
SNow, fellow taxpayers, 4o you think gers than over the licensed bar. We Total cost of the courts for the So and some oftheni will in all proba
t. to Mt.. h i ru lob al t Wt w, o wreak their business and them v
hit iawie policy for u to support an sk you t question do ot th sa flt2ears without them 8796 01 s elves,
institution that costs us. mas ch as sll tey n? Yesofourse-
oes the the aloon? We will leave they do Well, do you suppose the Total savlngto the county of d320 k alriefly, these are some of the cond- i
the qstion with you.-Gainesvillo same men could sell more than they ow, to tha.Voters and taxpalrsa of tions, though there is muoh more un-
i ue n l can? Surely every sensible man oan Alaahuao ouy ,otethe saloons out der the surface.
S- .see the folly of this argument. If the of this #it ty and you will cause a far I believe that if an election oould bo
BLIUND TIGERS AND LOCAL OP- saloons sell all they can it 1. imposei- l reater lalvg to yourselves than the held tin this (Orange) county right r
TION. ble r them to illegally sell more tha amount aved to Hamiltonians, for our now; that it would go dry by a large
they can. county i lagor than Hamilton, and majority. Yours truly,
There are those who argue for the Is it not about time that we ceased to the number our saloons greater. /t_ O. E. How ABn.
licensed saloon because they claim i- lis- n to the blind tiger argument? It 'I AGAINST SALOoNS.
.quors will be sold illegally if not dis- is tuilt upon a very sandy foundation, The Colored Voter.
penned over the legalized bar. They and ought not to influence very many O all the people in the county W ho Polk County to Stay Dry by Two Hun-
seem to be much more afraid (7) of a people. Let those who favor the abol, should vrte solidly against the saiA, dried Ma i jority.
S"blind tiger" than of a real live one ishnent of the saloon ol e-their gou vthoter dlO or not, rite the rold- artow, May 1t-Bolk county went

with two good eyes We waho t to speak toiger opeleelta a a yoter-*-for itis this race that sf- "dry" lI the local tiplon election held
to those who honestly fear this tiger ,, to
business, and ask that we be heard for "
the cause sake. '
In the flrst place we want to ask if it
la wise policy of government to make G
San institution legal and protect it by '. r -
the authority of law, that' will declare :. . : s
its intention to violate the law, and ''' l .. ' ' VOE.
pur all rightful authority? Evi- '
dently the saloon is so bad that it has
enough brazen eorontery to attempt to To
force people to recognize it because of
it. lawless character. If the saloon is
Sreal angel of blessing let us keep it;
1fW bt it is bad let us abolish it.
Then, note the fact that this kind of '
an argument is a very strong proof
That the saloon is a law breaker, a ved-
tableoutlaw, an institution that defies .. '
the expressed will of the people. Any
one who will willfully and' maliciously r u

claim nonebr..f the guarantees of legal E f
authority. If the saloon is lawless, as I
these persons say it is, and as every .
one knows it to be, then it should -
never be given any protection by the .... .
eAgain, we would call your attention dROM.NNT eDUlO, VI0 y' os on amount of the unoon'f throughout the county today. The roe.
to the fact that we hve courts of Jit- O on ooq so otf the a o' s rtit through these ants today. The n
tice in which the lawless shall be ua- Boys Would Not be Sent to Schools to the Jst e' our maor s court, u lt terminates bldter campaign, ain i
ished. We have a most worthy Judge Wee D rnking I Al owed. the a lt wio th aoon itd antwloo. ele

So the law distingwuiahd Stahe e'o sw l cooao pri aente fought closely in each preclnat.
oseor .ilaely intthe, majority. GOr to'. -Theprl.tjon-peopleare- Jubilant
feAttorney whof w o his dy w j on fromS SU stand pon t caps, an wya hles hru
feawillor avoid competent jurymen wh law ti of an eduator.- de coloredd inimt calp r ley Yn the I't4a ou the county foe the put two weeks,
and the idee. cth thee aeno It i u ne a y to enter ~a ging, and y ou and hve Iroported some of the best
-ie at our command shall we ay that hxtene. dusion of the et. ow'tbe huni ero Then ar id their c ohetump.
a few lawbreakers are going to rnI oman inthe Stao Florida w the g Toheiear o (d their eeonthdnuamp.h
rough-hod over decent people? tt o wod to te or The lquor element did not do much
Once more we want to point out theend his son t school where students row, aid nine time lia ten you .will in the speaking llne, but relied upon
fact that tlie argument is a serious re- were permtlted to idualge at will in a whiskey it pebnonl is with th vo ters.
floation lpon every law-abiding citizen intoxicants. If the inuaolgence In .the e 'in thal e nt kno t.nego in bThelir tle" wthient iaiel that the
of Alae county. It is. tantamount liquors i barmfal o boy., and all ~ w o theao trean db' tigeo whih a 0 dooarbl in-
to saying that our aitizqns are afraid of aea that it i, it 5te34s 0 -?.55is tat .the 4soei onthe wiMo! lt dexme it anTihn stitbtlon than the licensed aiton.
the laWbakers, and that they have the salon eoras.at .s.e tw oh ooed o ui o wtto thinth e d.aloot
S AotenObgh manhood to demand the 4ev y tat I, t bod.y within its reah ed lored voti-w i o e as a o r it ol o 1n.
t o I b i.:v o. i int hI'-l ie I6"toi a d*f i t y io u 1 t u. T h e p p e n e lr ir h a b t f n r o l k luo n -
teoaent of law. It wflibe a ad the oon, a ttr how asignt dr g yu at onveas y a blind tiger roan hired two nVgoWS .
- d., for eti. county when sICh an sIcin nl|cant, has an s ende, reah o- to rag thisl ti-ho. ofv tans-o toy a ma n who ha re4wo Pro-
can be made en ssi4aed. Torosrow^'s anao f datrlnktet bo ch this teh osfo u to kill a man who had worked for sPer I
Sth^ be so lt uw n aersk for eman* and d4akds ast be recited %rm hoa t X hbii. The noroe wre aght
th:. who comet to sta away j* )*hI.esi every toter who re ahbd tIge1ma w as *al s.ug
tofn: Al we ve too lItttl th. rljbas'a hMauslto. who ss U4 to 4" :rd4 Wfitee Iateresting Lette 'an d h g itwe t0 e mwo n rosi Ianh '1
law' upiloMt goad agd pSS oppQose eWvfn t ition, fld wbp beOw he tw fegPo teibi
*to e ti aa be kept out of ses to elevate ana n . *a itor his lo riddled withb b ,llete Mob law
Mfi flB S oIBS Mfw l^ J0a~ijiii~t~^aii~fat~^ and,^^J'^^^^A..^.j'^ ...*5-',*.1

0d TIM

ave seen Set Out Ovae *et
Quoting a Number ft br#
as Authorltw That Prohibli|
Not Prohibit. '
It seems the liquor lfterstaeiti
14ed sot to disuss the qunt04
*rohibition before the people,
ent out some pamphlets with.o0i
aturq or the imprint of ay pub l
stabRshment. Quite an arrajof
sr il gotten up, a great deal of
s as odd as Methualahb, hid li
nuoh weight. Some of the quoted
er is known to be false, ad does 4i
represent the man whose name is tme
toned. A large number of driakil
men are quoted to show that prohi
ion doeI not prohibit. It at a pity '0
friends, the enemy, could not get i
omethng fresh and convincing. 1
lid they not got ther business enO
Live Oak, for instance, to tell s ,ti"
oh i will t prohibn will nt itS W1hy
o New York, St. Lpniut or Atl
when men oould have testil,4 ma
earer home? Suoh litoratisre n
worth the postage.



1. Because it Ila an evil.- .;:
2. Because it is rte of the;
evils in o80 iety. .... '', ii
B. eoaus o it w .re ltapyo
4. Because it br sk' the h wives and mothers,
6. Beeause it detrot the betI
terests of ipnnoent child r ',
:. Because it produces thrmee*foiti
of aH our oriaoe ;
7. Because It lays a heavy b~,dti
upon the taxpayer without his~4o *4
8. Because ilnever fails to rtb
of his character and manhood.l
9, Because It will debase aini4
irade onae lu mind, body al 9ik L
10. Because the *Bible a.!.!"C
11. Because the man who patronia
bhe saloon iS not in demand in the
ness world. ..
12. Because the Saloon impov
labor and decrease the wealth of. t'|
18. Because it never helps in $h:
eduoatlon of the children, and is a4dal
gerout thing for every sohool,
'14. It hinders and destroys the work.
Af tethe th huroh of God, the Conseier
tor of our morals
18. It cannot be defended upon
reasonah leeonomio, or moral gro
19, The saloon cannot be* o
ood and evil i tn.stitution; it su
one or the ott. Whoa s 1 I
17. If the saool 1t all eight 101
Inareae them and daway with
kind mteRhanudi an ten aoi
ber and wtky an ke e
18. Becuse the saloon tatea S
inu .nai of isalife l oft'
the ground that lts inaaeda6 wi
bad, and in od rd Ht I wil
P11000 a veer fr the privils0
I, BeauM e the Mslooo nda.
very boy. black or white, and pete
it* him a kind. of temptshion t4h
0an bis ruin. my
SO Beoause a vote for the .aloe a
t vote against my boys anda
your boys; gaalnst y homead
your ho me. .... r :
Petas gcotodldertbe r w
roit go to vote on the 2nd day ofr$ 5p




spondeiIt of
0s Deprived
're s Table-M
irm School Bo



Saris Brought


Jacksonville -
Of Courtesle il
IcCreary and the
ok Bill.

Hahassee, May 27.,-In the House
'day a resolution was introduced
.Gilchrist of DeSoto and see-
Sedby Mr. Rivers of Alaehtua, ex-
itg from the courtesies- of the
s table the correspondent of the
cksonville Metrppolisl, It was thor-
ghly understood, however, and so
"pllained on the floor, that that gen-
0man could retain his privileges, but
a different capacity, that of the rep-
sientation of the Tampa Tribune. It
was a caso of distinction with or with-
out a difference according to the way
you look at it.
For the past ten days the joint corn-
i> mittee on appropriations, one of the
ablest and hardest worked .-mmmittees
in this Legislature, has been extremely
)i busy. Most especial attention will be
given this session to the needs of the
State educational institutions and all
of them have been most ably repre-
sented by the officers, trustees and
citizens.of the towns in which suoh in-
stitutions are located. Especially' fa-
.vorable has been the comment 'on the
xceHlent showing made by the East
.orida Semiinary. All of the board of
I'rustees were presentat the early
earing last week and all made fine
aiks, assisted by prominent Gaines-
Ille citizens, but best of all was the
losing remarks of President Adams,
aking in the capacity of president
f the board of trustees. Senator Mc-
eteary and Representatives Rivers and
Illard have the interest of the Semi-
ry close at heart; and are working,
y and night to see that it gets every
tasked for.
H here will not be a dull moment
now on, for there-remain but ton
re working days of the session.
oe of the most important measures
,-yet to be considered, including the
ropriation bill, the franchise tax
the telegraph bill, the sub-district
and very numerous others. The
orm' school book bill drawn by Sen-
MeCreary and introduced simul-
ously in the House by Mr. Strozier
arion, is of the most importance
has been most carefully
n by the Senfator from Alachua.
ed to a certain extent upon the
essee law with. the modifications
essary for Florida and the improve-
ta. based upon the working of that
the principle of which is new em-
ied in the tate Democratic plat-
of Tennessee. Its working shows
difference 'in the cost of school
ks in Florida and Tennessee in fa-
:-of the latter of from 20 to 50 per

autintiued gossip at the State capital
eats the name of Frank Harris,
Ocala editor," with the office of
e Superintendent of Public In-
otion, and his friends here, as well
he friends of education, have ac-
ed the possibility of such candi-
y with enthusiasmi,

lef Sumymary of New Bills Introduc-
ed in Both Houses Tuesday.
The following new bills 'were intro-
IHeed-In theSenate"tieisay: :i
By Mr. Stockton-Senate bill No. 860,
to make it unlawful to hypnotize or
zmesmerize, or attemptto hypnotize or
mesmerize, children u deir b"ertain
"ages and certain circumstances, and to
A' provide a penalty for' the violation
? thereof; referred to tihe committee on
S. By Mr. Stockton- Senate bill Np.
88' W1, to provide for the appointmei4s.
S.asistant county solieitp.in counties
I~ n w.ih i tia conafl record are
ost eiatbtehed, and to prescribe their
. .pwers and duties; referred to. the
mmittee onujudiciary." : "

hBy Mr. Bkith-Seaa-te" bill No.' 862,
Sth relief of W'.F, Hughiy of Le.v
nt.y Florida ; referred to the eom-
Wee 00Qlaimts.'
y Mr. Bhiteh-Senate bill No., e86
5eCnPd sIa 1141 of the Revised
tes of tiie State of Flord relat-
S orn of *sabpon. .o answer ;
r to the cowmiitte on jud-i
: ^ xiti -e"jT J,. -ff^ L^.. 1' "~*

guarantee companies, surety conipa.-
nies, fidelity insurance companies and
'tdelity dep 0iSt cimpanios to becomee
*suretr.iupoim tie 1sBdi o!.0 lt.. county
arid !tate llc and providing re
dies against, or pn suoh bond, aind
other 'uriesa appro ed Jtne.1, 189l.;
referred toeh0 cmniitteeon judiiarj.
By Mr. PeosoLS.k--Soate bill No. 88,
to prohibit jettaih sportng and g. es
on the first day of the week, known as
Christian Sabbah; rteerre to the
'ommitee on j'dielary.
ly Mr. OrtH1-Senate bill No. 8,.
i 'rovlding for the. examination of banks
tld banking compaiites, organized i n-
der the laws of this Stae; referred
to the committee citnjudiciary.
By Mr.Dlimiek-Senate bill No. 867,
'to amend section 2, chapter 5032, Laws
of Floitida, approved May 31, 1901, en-
titled an act to amend sootions 1 and
9 of chapter 4255, Laws of Florida', en-
titled an act fo increase the facilities
and improve the transportation
throughout the State, and to incor-
poratte the Florida Grand Trunk Rail-
way Company, approved June 8, 1983;
refer red to the committee on corpora-
By committee on finance and taxat.
tiou-Senate bill No. 875, imposing li-
cense and other taxes, providing for
theo payment thereof, anid prescribing
penalties for doing business without a
license or other failure to comply with
the provisions thereof; on calendar
for second reading.
By judiciary conimm ittee-Stnate bill
No. 376, to transfer certain moneys
from thie Indian war claims fund to
the State school fund ; on calendar of
bill on second reading.
By Mr. MeCreery--Senate bill No.
377. for thle relief ofR H. 8, Mattox, C.
L. Mattox and B. G. McDonald; re,
ferred to the committee on claims.
By Mr. Stockton-Sonate bill No.
378, concerning' receipts of warehouse-
men, wharfingers, .timber and lumber
inspectors and other bailees of like
character; referred to the committee
on judiciary.
By Mr. Law-Senate bill No. 879, re-
quiring a railroad locomotive engi-
neer to procure a license to perform
the duties of a railroad locomotive en-
gineer, or to run and operate railroad
locomotives in the State of Florida,
and to provide for the appointment of
an examiner of railroad locomotive
In ite House.
in th.e House Tuesday morning new
bills werd? ii, to4uaed as follows:
By Mr. Ri'veri of Alachua-A bill to
be entitled an .sot for relief of Mrs.
A. E. Cooper.
By Mr,, Rivers-A bil e entitled
an act for the relief of mmes F. P.
Jo hnston.
By Mr. Willard ofAlachua--louse
bill Np. 540, providing items for attor-
neys atilaw in certain cases; referred
to the committee on judiciary.
By Mr. West of Santa Rosa--House
bill No. 541, making certaila instru-
ments admissable in evidence; referred
to the committee on judiciary.
By Mr. Campbell of Walton-House
bill No. 642, to validate all deeds to
lanids in this Stiate executed outside of
this State, when executed in conform-
ity to the laws of the State where
same was executed in the presence of
two witnesses; referred, to the cbm-
mittee onr judiciary.
By Mr. Willard of Alachua (by re-
quest)-House bill No. 513, for the re-
lief of W. F. Hfighey of Levy county,
Florida; refitred to the committee on

By Mr. Parrish of Manatee-1House
bill No. 644, to prevent the turning and
leaving turned, killing or mutilating
any loggerhead turtle, or. taking of
any of their eggsjrom. the 15tli of June
until the.l 81st of July of each and every
year on the sea shore of the State of
Florida,'and to punish, b fine or im-
prisonment, or both fine nd imprison-
ment, for any violation' of this act;
referred to the commit! a on fisheries.
Antarct:c Explorer' Believe They
Gighted Poie.
San PraAciscol 27.-Lieutonant'
Shack.elton;, N.. a) arrived here
on the steamer Ve 're, trom mAustraila
on bhi way to. od to mQ a a re-.
port upon the er of th.4'Antar'e-
tic expI ratloi.M Oeditt of thet Itoy-
al Geograpiti ioiduty.. : Thim ship
Discovery a frWr. En gland Nov.
IC. 1991, n of entific lnftna
tion. T theme pa.aty on bI)rd
have te in getlng nearer e
equtih'mpi~ll^ K vcr heen ldOe
m .
.ltf. 1m-n 'fathr aopedtn.R. .
Seott, i Ba.n,i .,tf the ezmnirtlon:

son. J
with a
The* T ii^:
-A te Ii

*ar1h(ltot anId' Mr. WiL '
re i7 d.'y 'n the ship
P -*', throughout at 50

aO.an'. I. dcovery ma de
ehain of ptmatUiU5L

-$ 1,' is ""


department gave its cominmencement.
The graduates from the commercial
deoprtient wereW. H. Schultz., V
L. S6iultz. M. M. Jolhnson, J. W. Me-
Kearin, H. G. Gooce amid A, B. Jones,
Those from thl stenographic course
were Misses Stivender, Evans, Pinko-
son, McCarthy, Means and Miller, and
Mrs. Spivey, Johnson and McKearin
took double diplomas covering both
The music was inspiring and the oc-
casion altogether auspicious.
Col. Guilliama in a very complement.
ary manner introduced the orator of
the occasion, Col. W. F. Himoes of
Tampa. He paid him the very exalted
epinpliment of being the best all--
round student hoe had evver taught,,
Ool. Hirmes thendelivered anm address
that for profoundness oft thought ele-
gance of diction and impressivenesso
of delivery is seldom equaled. The
speaker is only about twenty-four
years of age, but has already achieved
a very marked success in the practice
of law. *
After the address Capt. Stuber pre-
sented the diplomas to the class and
Capt. Brinson made the address con-
firming the diplomees and graduating
the class.
Col. Gnilliams then made a very
practical and impressive talk to the
class and the exercises were terminat-
This is the second year of this de-
partment and it has been very success-
ful. The body of graduates compose.
excellent material and they will go
forth to carve success in the commer--
cial arena and reflect credit upon their
inst ructors.
There were no exercises nit the Semi-
nary yesterday afternoon, but last
night at Seminary hall thie exercises,
condue't-4 by ti e Senior clajs, were
well attended and greatly enjoyed,
The program comprised r'(clitttm.ans,
reading and orations, amnd wias reiidt red
in a manner which re'lltiected great
credit upon both instructors aid
At the conclusion of tlIe exercises at
the Seminary hall thIO banquet, umider
the auspices of' the Eleve As oiatioma
of E. F. 8., was held, which IwWa on of

MERMSI 'L "ti "'"T,


Number of duates Ieoived


The Commercial Department, Now
Finishing It Se cond Year, Has Ent.
joyed Rtemarkable Success Under
Prof. J. R. Brthson.
Yesterday morning the commercial

tm e graiid est anI ii m ost elab (rate ever P. ........ "' ,, ,> -
given by that society. Partiiliars of ccl.t!y amoptcd couit' Movornmncnt act.
the affair will be published in The HSu on the grounl that thoi act was utcon.
of Friday. .auttuttonal.
POREIGNEPS MAY LEAVE cooper claims that the a.t Is inval.
OREI ,3 AY LEAVE d by the fact that the legislature por.
Venexuelan Auth-oritles Trying to En. mitted the usee of the ItualTnii lan-.
force Vexatious Measures. uager hriods its detbitraodon', wbirh
-llemstadtt, l'+A.nd of Curaeon, May Oooper holdffoa prohibted- by con.
25..-T'hre president of the jt.e of Mar groess in the territorial govertmaent act
acalbo, Vonezuela, and the governor CARL PICKETT, NAVAL CADET.
of Oaracas have tried to enforce the *
new law against foreigners, obligin So n of Major M. T. Plokett Appointed
them to recogalze only the Venezuo.' Midshipman in U. NAy. ,
lan trhibintas for the- adJaustment of Atanta. May 2,.- ,r. CNi, Pi kt,
of their claims anl compelling th-em to of this city, ha4 roeivoed Ila -tappol nt.
wave their rights to claim damages meat ranldhlpm it h Unted
for robbery or pillage perpetrated by States naval a ,ademy, "TA;nnipoll,
government or revolutionary troo..i, He won out In two examinations lt
and eiforclng other vexatiou m,,.n the proelml.naryorder y ..Congr
ures under penalty of hInnediatet ma"n Uvinga seet the thr-e
Sures.tioer penalty 'of. mmediteo hight m dIn t e r lar on
pTh-ion. t'ratce exa.'natntto, held. io0r aleecting
M n e n d of ths-thre, Mr, A tt wa
Sagansht Dritdrench, G e, Itae an,' Dheoi successful. Hlie is the y st sCM
parish arind Prench citizens. WVVo of .Major M, T. Pickett, of tl7 s city,
their. respectlvo liaton aed who was a galltconfederatn ocer.
the fact they sont Arders to their con l confederate ocer
iuls not to comply' with thC .donmand Decision as to Longworth Law.
of the local authorities as the new oliumbus, 0., May Z6.-'ThO Uznte4
law was contraTy to exciting treaties4 tates stuprenie court today handed
The milistmrt. of i0e powerss aochWl, down a d ciralon that the Lonmgworth
of on ien.r i Urbianeja. the m1inlte* law Is thU onlynalthmority under which
of foretlgsa.ists aud proteated against boards of re view or equalizationn bo
the a.tio. tken. ''Senor tirbanija created. The doclsion, was rendered
prpo,,ms,4d th.I- to suspend the e.nf~rerett of the eity council of Dayton:.iTheo ,new law :Tiitip4 Stt's .ei~t ien.were to test the Od art for ereation (if city
not n. ;ti... -. If t.e 'law.: is enforced b*WLoa of review..' ThI decialon .l.
later eom.phebttgona Wfth the powre based on .to round 'that the new'
'will "r "- eind t rui t.ifl ed that snore Ohio code has smtrpor.teded the old act,
thUt Z.0 hif tlh ''0,00Q for,,lgryrs r* This takes from contnclp all. power of
tually'.re'- uin r ,.:l u e la will iea v appointments except "to lts own sBb-'
the ttout t. .. ord te Th tate board of ap p
.... .pr... alser and ainesaors will- make t.h
Rebels, 4lvJy .M .Troiuble. apponlntment.;
SManila, ay 2sv#nrg a. hv
pre4.n tie: dltet. A Municl Charter Anniversry.
SOrapAUny o s0ut.s h tW. dered tM New rh. May 2' .-n4r .two him
pe mrat.i-writh. aoeic*W. iie died *4%-11 t anoly a.7 ,aty f. thO
.alprg au, tten.' *vernm of1 gratNtt* i' te first tmnnieipal1itmttie'
A "provlACe rt, 1t4 4 of to t .* s.ttlrs of ManhattOan
t .i4AW N*I yltrdAy
o elf the' ts r e. Tras

.190 '


Trying to Induce Nonunlonlit' to Af
flllate With Them.,
2--Tx -h
Knoxvlle, Tam. May 5.--The ur".
o10 Mnlteri to the Ooal OCrek,. Britqw-
vi04e O r fetaticet who taileo t,, return,
to work exterdtay, are sU,1s out,. .t
they are expected to retuirn',tP i' k
on Monday niornlng. It develops, ae
cdding to. the melnsg co ualxe' of,
fi~ai thait,he miners hwve tauen
thosetwc off, not oa account of
any rtv against the various
00 anlrp ,,t t for the purpose of
making A "r~id. on the notunhtoi mi.
ne.s In the service of the TennoeseeL
Coal company. The union men aas
semt di at the Tennes.see Coal com.
pany'pamlne and, it Is said, iead eof.
forts to have the nonunion men there
affiliate with the union. They were
p1cessful In some itatances, but the1
Tenneasoe company clainm- that the
Majority of its imet will remain loyal
tn the comlminy. This comnpatny works
about 200 men. It has had no trou.
ble whatever with Its men and it Is
t1roparing to resume wonk Monday
morning., The shoriff of Andersop
county waited upon the pnion men aa.
sembled tat the TtInnoee tinl.ne this
morning and dispersed the gathering
without any 'demone'tratlon being
made. TAe unl-on men iad tal m
charge e of the property but attemio v
no violence 4ther to the pr'erty 'r
to inudividuals. The coRniantultcatIon
sent to President John Mlitchell by that
coal operators has not yet beoo an,
Fwered. About 200 men are idle. The
Knoxville Iron comnpany'a mine work.
nug nonunion men i1 the only mine. In
the district working today.


Employers and Employee Fall to. Reach
Oh!cago, May 25--1Tho laundry strike
Is to be prosecuted wit tenewe4L vig
or. a two-hours' conference today b.e
tween employers and empiloyve having'
resulted li a deadlock.
Labor ofllclals assert that all 'unloit
affiliated with the Ohticago 1edo.0*iomn
of Labor will now be brought into '#4h
fight and thbt the war *1 not be)
directed against the laundries a1One,
but that union drivers will be .istni tt.
ed not' to deliver goode or tsuplle t o
any kind, even to the homes O thf0
laundry owners. The 'deaddlock 'oc.
curred over a clause prQylding that no
sy'mpathelie strike shohild be called
during the life of the. proposed agree.
meont and for the arltbitrtloni of all dif,

May Involvo Validity of Flawallan Leag
Honolulu, May 25.--.('By Pacific Ca'
ble to the Avrociate(d ]'rtss)--A serti-
onU qu( rtlon invovi ng tli( vail llty 'of
P.l le.S -ltnm enactlI'd In t,he HIIwallaan
island(., inco 1900 has boon brotugiht
ok3 l4it i. y thoe lop:irtniwnt of public
workla, Titi nry 1 .. C(op r who rofusog
fr nir firi ilit !'i"'n.l1t I 1? io I'.F

-' Ice Factory Is Surned.
Ptladetphips, May t-ThiT ice mair '
afa turitlng iant of 'th 4 Atiaerica '.
company at South '. JAd Catbartli. ':','
streets was d'stroye l-by tlrno. of s':
known oiin today. .The buidini.g
wan Vahued at ,OO40' ani.l tbh, mnachl-'. .
ary waf worthlaO$15l)0, brt the gre
-or portion of 0,hi nmp'chjlery was y, *
ed. T)urlngr..mth progress of .the @
there were rti~rO'yuit, exploslknme .of
'inftonfa tae:kin b ut no one was ".
'utredi.' -,ie <'-h.(t.lr tm1t4t.."h+ 1os ol industry. til .da Wt
.ntaisery. aji' the bttrned buildil
w',ert gotten out itn safetty.
Strike Ties Up Road. :.
Montrpeal, lIy 2.-The employeft I
#a Montreal 9tT6et .tilway went e"
t (&&e gI I at aarln bant toduiaa*,
P rod4. ) complqt@ til p4 .U
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He'States That Mr. Carpenter Q hv '
Only One Side of the Question, That \\
in the Malter of Taxes-Blind Tigeres
Will Take Place of Saloons.
Editor Sut: [ notice an al1rtielonIn
thie issu of th 1 lthi, signed by Mr. W V .% '
J. Carpenter, in regard to tho wet and
dry election. Now, I dnlm't propose to
go intoI a.utowsppcr controversy in ll
ihe matter, but simply give ily -viws i
on the case. Mr. CarIpnter thinks to
vote the county dry would prohibit the
sale of liinuor, but right he re I .would i
like to inform him t)at ie hno im om-
pletely missed his mark when ho
thinlma that to vote the county dry
wotldl top t1he sal o "ifl"ior. Tho
only way to stop the stalls to stop thme
making of it, anmd that., will coertairnly
put a stop tm t the sale of it. 1but as
longaS tlt,-ru is iany of it lmntid it will k
be sold. If tho people emuomt stCLitre
poermils to r in ulopn saloonls they ,il ,
run the "blind tigers," no they .are
called. If tho county is voted dry.:'
there -will be "tigers" in every swamlp,
t ickett, village alnd town. Sobmebody ..
is going to s ll whiskey, t or dry '
Mr. Carpenter nays It is the only Ii. '!
stitutloni that ltukposem-a heavy burdenit':.-^.ij
bn taxilayors,for wIlolh there can be '. I
no reason for It" eontin.uanoI, I ad-.(
Imit that it groab tlim l of taxation :, is 'Vw .
caused by th1 toal of whiskey, But I0'
will be sold as long as it is made, a nd.'
under tmho open saloon system the '
county gets t little money from every
imam thit11 runs i0 aloon1 to help datfray
tLhe expeleses of the county, while onVI..1
dti'the "blind tigr" systo0n those Cout..
ty gets nothiiig fru,,mtih men, who sell-
thl liquor, amlidd 'whoit a manll Isa aughtt
selling whiskey without a permit hbe .
generally employs a lawyer and his li
easo im 'it off from court to court tuni.f .
til It is IH ally itol pressed, Then, who .
lha tlme expeiMtt to heatr, nd who gets .
th1 e ionfit? And I, for one,iniy to the
voters of Alachuti county, to maikeii a
careful statldy of thil' matter in very i
shape before they ceatl their votes on 'i
Jutino 2nd. And again I may, for one,
give i thie opeln saloon; protomted by
the laws, In preftreitr to thlit '"blind
tiger." 'and 6t syte'n li that. l% ooWl for as
'many to follUw ma want to, who cnli -
rilati itiomny enougli to luy a gallon or
two of liquor. If th' people, e want he t
sale of whlakey p rohlibite making of t, and tithat will certainly
stop the sale and settle tIhe qtiomli.n. ir.
J .1. hI, SNY Immt.
SBll, Flat., Mlly 27.

Five Shocks Necessary to Cause Death
In Electric Chair.
Osolning, N. Y., 'May 0O.-AtoAe"
Triola wa M put to death In the eleocrli0
chair In Slng Slug prison today. Wlve
z1hocks wery necessary to enist d ..tth. zs
State ICleptriolian Imvis said t.MI. ."
heardor to kl]l a thin, wiry man, ilke :.^I
'Plola was, by the eloetrio cUfrit ':-
thamu a stout mIIni, as ii rthe caae. o1.f
thin man there areo not enmugh ti a e
to convey the fatal currerit quickly to
,f Vital [H* .t. .
SMr, Davi. alho vald Triola had thitk, .
greasy hair,. which rttsistodi the cu
rent. Trihla received the flrwt ihock-.
at 8:02 a. in. After four more hooks .
I hd .bon' given at brief litervaht 14 ,e
wats pronounmcrd dead.
Antonio 'riola, aot and .kiled MId -1
mte Ccrella, a young Itillan girl, wlh ,
was a theatrical performer In a mal l
Italian theater oni the IBast Bide, New
York. The girl had. refused to m -r
Trihla. ,


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Ty TOtRNad.
of airfield Was AlN*o "VIted, tth
IacO Being Wreck'ed ahd4 Eight 'P
|0 Killed and Many Dilling DOb
ialena Neb., May 20.-A tornado
|k 15 miles south of Norman., a
town near here, early today, de-
llhig 15 baildinga, killing tJlree
nes and injuring a dozen others.
e dead are;
rs.. lEarl Bacon.
?r. Weltiver.
han M curd y,
Iriously injured.
,r. Weluver, hip broken.
En Norman, which Is a town of
t 100 inhabitants, situated on
is called the "High Line". of the
gton railwy, the path of the
Sly east to Pauline, a little
on 6n th6 Presser branch of the
lourl Pacific railway. Prdm Paul-
it proceeded in a southeasterly di-
ion, finally losing its force south
.irf;eld. The entire town of
eld, which had about 35 houea,.
orted wrecked and it is said tnat
persons were killed, and others
ed. The Misouri Pacific has
a relief train to the scene.
Trfleld reports many farm house
ked in Clay, Adams and) Kearluey
ties and eight persons are report-
illed in the district neat Pairfield.
s are down in many directlong
'detajlasare meager.
Tornado Strikes Rolfe, lowa.
a Molnes, iMay 26.-,A tornadoes
Xk the town of Rolfe, 70 miles wept
ore late yesterday, killing 1 an;
a laundryman, fatally injurlang '.
I an .wrecking the state" baik:
ling, Crayon' general store, tthe
I de Main and one other building.
1 residences were, damaged.,
'easing Violence on Party of Dle-
orderly Tribes.
. Petersbuirg, May 2,6.-The evacu-
n of southern Manchuria led to a
play of ever.l.noreasing insol!ence on
part of the disorderly tribes whose
bsers re rapIdly augmenting, saya
Viadivostock dispatch to the No-
e Vremya. The correspondent

:.;Many Chinese and Manchurians in
e province of Mouloien and Ki'Frn
ie n terror of their lives and prop-
ry. employed Chtnese laborers
congregating along the Eastern
Jhina railway. About 60,000 Chinese
gathered at Karbon, some 50.000
e scattered along the southern' and
northern section of the Manchurtan
e and large numbers are influxiag
to south Manchuria.
UReferring to the Runselan timber
sessionn on the Yalu river, the die.
tch says:
.A Russian c mtpae -y with a capital
$1,500,000 has been formed to ex-
|t the'.eanm iloW and e.Voi'al thou.
d workmen already have been en.
ed In M-Nhichurla and sent to O tba.
asla workmen are being dispatched.
er In great numbers The staff
e company is mostly composed' of
ers of the Ohtnese ]Eastern fall.
Th company will maintain i
Hundred and Fifty Killed In At-
S. tack by Turk.
e=ma, May 26.-About .,0 Mace-
lian insurgents were killed at the
iage of Smerdeet*, south of the Lake
Presb-, May 21, according to a dii-
,ch to the Neue Prole Presse from
Wloni6.. The tbsurgents, who hail
,estlon of 4uautities of dynamite,
ght reftge tL, the vlila4e ani were
attacked by tturkishl troops. The
hila1sted for 40hoursa
aIm .the, .oues, wer6 bur p.d
'w by dynamit, by the Terka.
a1unred ;:*,:. fftY bodies were
in theriisfn .
steh from Comntantlnople May
on May t In the Bulwrau -*i
MogI, st. miles north of n,

. r, ..U. .. .. .

r "A __, z.4 P #,.,- .,fo

she reclved parental' correction, the
wayward girl twice attempted to comn-.
mnit suicide "- '.
-Many 'presumed wh6n the report
concerning her death was announced



Ieartrendinug D0

Sil om:puted thgt

,a th. For id .:g'e tion, sick ad d r a,; ; ue r 'vu" hea ehe.
SrMA fever 9 hill03 bilit0 bud kidney di03sea tak n'
S A5u cese and *1 (X a hoitthe at drieggita
30,000 People Pr tried Uly ,by Dr. II. Moley, Atlanta, (a. .
'30,000 Poople Pr tt r utily by Dr. It. Mozley, Atlanta(In. Gt

pr cd4,yqr f epl^T tt-A

b oan by iha eibght trae tbe t0
h:'it t 6- oJ14 I ad 06"
tor aqoi t1n l tM eef tro Jabrely poiet"Di

elaptsedhbefore the .seeou, ballot,b wice
andtt e- for ve ot clde, be ot!edg i, k.
was donse'by the wors bi the Jury"
unti bh ortle ,aft o'ek, whea the
thirdote b~oaIl yp bse ftrd retl igp for ac-
qui tta Lt and one for j.con act le hon..
The laut voae .tqkehl awthe clock -was,
4e apdlkin 10 tourt' Iti3r' ttweV tinen

to one befor tnd the con ballot, wrote
wa tteI' W uit,' on ne" tc :t 'l
and libone for homicidee. Nothing !ike

a crition cismby ofthe work by the jury
ntl shortly after Cae oreaclies that the
third allotnd hawd lvore familiar a-
quittaLand one forth law convictianone no.
:on the la vote take, co nsequhe clock wereain
trhekondc 1 brofit th ase both for tsa

to one pind fio, the defense has een
frequently giving omp he ed

Man Awaliberty onTrel ore Nothurder Tkeo

Middletown, N. Y., ,May 2.-Charlep
Ad cmsriticim ofatn the riawor by the Goshery
Jail for the atrd.pted murder conve -
wife last nary the has co itted stei
cide by drow bttg himself in a bof th
He eftac andveal letters to rel familiar aves
and, traendc. fi.tating that ie haon not
temined tojurdestry hasetlyf because he
betteure tasit he wouldbe convicted.
Htae was to vthe been ced oa wial
today. He also left a letter for 41s
ife,quentmploy complig her forgiveness. am
'kbot his. w fle ad th e att mpte4to

lMan AwaitinWho Twicea Fttr utedrde ulcidr Take
Dles Horrible Death.
Ashevilletow, N. C., May 26.-Chialeu
May Jones, the a 15-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mar. H. C. Jones, died here
atura by nightf hydropimeholf Ia. An

eventf'ut life thus ends with an awful
iSeveraleft meoethral letterpa to reranorthv

atJi south recorded thispyoungnwo-
.man',s' mysterious dleappearance from
homean friend a wel-king tnon theatrical
agent w as to arrested n acharge of
being replorible therefor.ven am
th hen the story wpoundblls ande4 and

When th~e story was pu'blish~ed and

* War Preparatione in Japan.
Victoria, 1U. C., May 6.-The steam-
at I:nravelll brought wewa from the
t)Rent last night of continued war
*prepari'&tions. Japanese correspon-
aents at IPc-in tell o6 large guns ar-
living over the Tran-iSlbertan railway
tor'Nou ChwAug. The war feeling in
.Jipan continues and war preparations
ra4 dill golug on.
Hcla rcunaijng details of suff'or.lng
sand death of fainillea as a rosalt of
the famine in IKwang Sl wore giveil
in Hong Kong papers received by thel
Indravelli. Mr. Heass, a missionary at
Wu Chow, who has 'beeu Investigat-
ing on behalf of theo Hong Kong char-
Wies, says that owing to three sdt!-
cesilve failures of crops, people are
starving and .dying by hundreds. I)ur-
oag March ana Aprtl, it i& computed
that 30,000 people wero sold, mex sell-
ing themselves for employmenL In the
Straits settlements and tio women and
children being sold Into slavery on the
Story after story 6f distress wes
told .by the mls, oitary. He told of
hfanishead pelile dyft I in the act ,(
eating when fOod was bbronght to
them; of people reduced to skeletons
being abandoned; of .mother- selling
daughters Into lives of shame for a
mere bottle of rice.
Ardsley, N. Y., Authorities investlgat.
Ing a Puzzlng Matter.
Taiwytown, N. Y, May 26.--There
wasa& mysterioua aatIr involving the
probable mortal shooting of a man
ear the Ardaley olUb at Ardaley last
night. The wounded man is in tife
Dolybe Ferry hospit in a precarious
condition. A girl ls being held pencd-
lag the investigatloa0f the authorities.
C. U. Hale, superintendent of tio
club, was standing at the raLlroad
tat tion between D an4 10 o'clock When
he heard a plhot fired up the road and
not far from the club house. Whill
h- stood wondering what had taken
place a girl came running out ot' the
darkness from the direction of the shot
Md tried to board a train as It tlirt-
ed to move aw-ay. Mr. Hale rc't..tiln.
ed her.
The girl'4 story, wlhih is partially
corroborated, ti that she W0enh to f,.ed
John H(,fferman. Heffer'man m1net her at
the Ardsley ota.tlon and 'they started
to make a call in Ardsley. They
changed their minrids, and went and
sat on a stone wall near. the rallrol i
track's, While they were seated there,
the girl .says, a stranger came 110
snuddenly and, pakting -to tefferman,
4id,;: "Throw up your hands."
"What for?" asked Hlefferman.
,. Zue iti wst a #-t1iOWOA

that she had at last taken her own 'y a o n ie
11i6, but physlcllan unite in saying :aIquickly by e t second one. One bullet
that death resulted from a mad og's to effect 1n Heffertnn'u breast. and
bite. which she received sibout alsx tbe other in l stomach The girl
week ago, gOes on to say that she. trightenod,
Th girl repeatedly lapsed Into con ea. n the statliont without knowing
vuliuidns.. __ it eon ly what t ahe did. he tsays thow
n' who shot Hefferran ran up the
r'Tlroad trucks.
THREE SHOT IN STiET BRAWL, D man; a uest or mew ber of the
cl lt, whoe name is refused at the
IntoxIcated Italians Have LivelyPusei. elub, asserted there was some sort of
lade at Freedom, Pa .struggle between the men before the
'Prredomf Pa,, May 26.-ln a shooting hootng.'
ffray on the itrt laast evening t '- Turbulent Street Rio.. .
men were shot, one fatally. They TAba May 26.-A %uleRI mob
r Oranrioted In the ,steet bh, l t night
rO.. o Or h t abo_,ve the _1n.rt, yelling, "Down with theo ban!" and
eft hro A Lthne t ovulder. andt hearing for Oroatla. A crowd in
T Obrais. shot Iithe rtgh*. front of the Germnn club sI, the Blav
oheid OAnso e, shot ii" the r : .anthem and hooted the hon. Several
held hliot. wore fired. The rioters also
Tli ien, all w an '. ;.-r --< t*oned Prince vcm Aurterperge1' pal.
q 'r1^ v o Troops and gendarmes finally
ned r' m u el Sme rtj toutedthe rioters.
Tler0 were many narrow ea
c .,of pI atria a Japaeeso Professor TourIl U.T C.
O Sa vW si -ran!.co. May 2t,-. K44to
KIll. ae ti o;'fI ai ne. pf Or t.Ceoolobgy of tI e Imp"t -a
*bsharlotte, CMay R -W jac iverse IY' .Tokio. has rrtiVedin frmn
M"e ,0 y old, w ied j tbe Orlen' a tour of the irT itedr
O'sUbnia.. N. c, this mn~Mwg .by tall tat dturi e hlh he olt via tlt
Ing Into aL cardin maibn la a. coit, ]rtoui r Mttint l1ttifIttIon oi
..o ni *.. ,.,,".... .*. :. .:. le M ag and o er place. of interest
- - -' -- *. *--.-^ i~

SOld Standard

"' .'* ." .: ,

0 RATITUDE. .* "
T)r H. Mfozley-Poear Sir: Sinoe' using our Loemon JKlxir I aiuve never ha
a notl eIr attack of those fearftsl sitk lhoadachoes nd Itl!t Uad tdCha ai 'i
last founmt dt mendicin, that will our il those awful ap|ll4 I '* I
.ar .. . ...W Va. MI N .. .T4 1 ,. ,3 N .' '
- --*' - - ..- *< -. -_^ \ ... .. .^ . . _______ _____ __ __ __ _ _ AIfr ^ S P V t ; !* 1 '

Diarthoas.Dntyery, and
the. Bowel Troubleisof
Children of Any Age.
g S 9 tids DOstion, S glth sthu;
AS Via the w i, S 4 a no
Costs hly 25 cents at I -d th 7 I a.
or mail .& eats to o. J. Mod 0 wa L0.UtI m
a 8.0.,Nov.9. 1lo00.-I-wlallMi dbyour tamilly hyaiulan In Charlesto to use TI"TIINA
wti our bab wtn h w buts r ya n Innt, fa a I~rwutv0 ol anl t id to .warri ind sweetie tiesatonch,
rtalt wasa.fu In t.hl trohw. ad .* o effect ha beno nound to ba so very b>ettfletnla ad oret ffnt% dager
theltArB e0uqitenat 1m4othe ae of drug. and tootthlng .yupu that w4 have cotu rIt iia itnt ue with oI ,
ohilre,, a one nt the lecesiiclte wheu Usra ls a new afhttf if thoue and inut the tee hlho th '.hl e are overi
we tare plsaUr. In rewmosnnienin I too ttfriettus lItl mo the horrid suffii thnt e niy nmle unoe t kep IJtisl
baby quiet. l, .TWLLU. AY4t, iManager l)Uy ThuTesnd W uB.mMDlengeBr.)




Wom'A and Ohildren

O Dret Well and Styllehly

Suits /
corsets /



(eKXOt *Hote)

hipmln- tn' to ,nu a rne res offle,

(4 Neigie"

L Suits


B. H. LEVY 4. BRO.
I W H IW 1111 I II I I lll~|^M M^

. 8. MNERANT & .O.

*~i 4\


RotiLali an4 Jobbersn in

taple an ncy roceries,
raIn, ardsn Seed and Fedrtillzers.




High's' market price paid for Chickena. Egrar and other Prndluea

Complete stock of Hay, Cort,
4nd Rye, WVe handle o, ly

Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton au ed Mes
the VERY BIiyT oo(in nit the LOW
gturahtrtt sstlisfaotlon always.


IFa 2 r (,tI(, lHref or auetIll QAnu altitt
Advaneeswnade. Warehouse charges free. Firm iffe(r
made by letter or wire. CorirponY -
S' .'... .en -e ~ ~e icit, d. .


Jacksoi Vlle's- nest

Sa"/. !:-vFLOIktOA's LARGEST AND: :: .:

a----I ~ ~ .~~ _~ _" II- -I



Hav Sold Themaelves For Employ'I
:mert in the Stralts Settlementia




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p "w r e of
mwith br, villlre nf



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As 4W.*

.........a. |-.h..(l' -n. a# P.ROM E.AST TO F .... |,IRST

9 I..i:r miiior -' lom 'W S*g :l "e" ," .
W it-' V-oe wfewi,4 ., utc -s. we J um)pioer of . ,. Cod iv. oil forc g. ..

bi-i,. ---- i "^-"^':- -- .. :*.. -the W = ..... ': *tn t eeo..es had faied.....
ha.. umy s. friends wro wr 5ta. In~ ,t~h sWistax to this eityest..e srr-SSo ts E ls o -
to wekomte her evse for a bref pero .aF- dea C v -P
444.de-moof.n. iea uicod: eliaveole
ziBi- *oeAde m t@ ro f A, ?. :. wziian 44 s f )ua a" c. the airt instead of the last T. e Laat WAS A....-- .TT .

iW....d totoiito ri, /t1 I rot whnmeIlhen suchUiet .p t ate Fiftitae o wMas Hare. to
B~f^pear*arraged s b a grad pfe and D terwiw" Who Wod.t h WiE-

e o e a e the oil itself is

'"'"0 *" p y digested w akles it tiWasp"' "
"- . ebt Sa 'A for u *o Iou di t u tB yo. Po el n siD ] esfor the stotlacht. Scotts which dide'e oo good to i
ya he s Ex lsion is a quick reliable w e w
.. ...r _ib frfer. T. IIL,. weod r e Mrs le4 help atll ages. ap the d !t ie ipre Oak to nd :
S_ H^ wVho kas* lbeioeen in Nuotiot lH n Walter obidnsn, reotelr the pase between ti.e Oa itr th-h
Q tnot p ya -sep. do not.
lS,.....wi .terst*e g- I t olrelatitess' de .- T Iof hai h tase- land oIiet, has .eig OtHals jee5rtlay, ad cos.e idering
_,.__,__ thgltedL he expectato aer e tol ber Y4 fTr L impor bafine ; lowrt e eO PWeS P t, mi g a wha it wase the opening gane the
-Wes De hoste about the lasit o yte to Tahi as.ee -- - Oanageent was i tel -atisfed in
AMAtlC^ ^ !ot hopes for in ,pportosity to pay as B. Powell aMi D. M )vidson of. *R1TICISES MORE ANO. ev ea l lay. a e ,
l other visr. next water e .igh Spriao two of the laying e-iti- Thhegmewrsealledat4 :Sg,anihour

islvnnI'TOr e pae eig h nde o t. i to this eity yesterday. Many Thin s Unsaid. gt beet Live Oak boys did not ar.
thene Seat e la.t d othe heve ax *C. D. a ehafer has retnid from ee darTh un: I bt-it ohre et sconceded .me antil 3:5 o'eloek in theafhternoon
urned Rns n eI r e Tahlhasseea where they ramanTeillte., where he his been hat any ordinary man has thie abilit apple pitched for Ire Oak. and i:
.ba.. ee for -e epst week, "a attend- Sagd for the pat two days. in' ereft-i t.o eitrd s and sueh e ang true I w is said bm y those whot know him well, h e
SW Gawe tlho Uited teate woert-. thene in ofdme noumevInt over teo i my ay-o. I do not belev pith one of the be games of h
'.gen Iee f had occasiwa to spend aew grae of Thos .lark.g Is is one ofL the tiet "Mores Anon" I!ty comprehends T Being a former member of the
S ONA.iL rIAt wl i s oi edac. day in the ha- of the handsomest ftoeis i the cooaty. this issue, or be, she, or it, might Saie k Halls it was irtimated by ome
SLegisature a were peaed H.Brooarfther in sta g the issues that he desired to exert his btefforts
M dnt i ,ain wie at ir wofalte hairB ofla didate or etresry of State, arrived is might e een said that the here, and tat intimation ot hare
w 8as e What is-th w ae "s s ow ihtee bi h e a ar f idt y yesterday o f t e arvde dry side of this ingie was not groping been rect, as he played a bea rtifa
S p Totte in Short ara raph t ew at i to be r e and e rdy. of at endig he banquet of the p eoe h the dark but that on the contrary gatea Forrester for the home team
W That Who Rus May Read" intzlie4 aggregation of lawnakeu Asszoiation, at rhiieh he delivered a at a former time when this Cou.ty was also played well and i* to be com-
i%.N Thtu. 7 _w7 they h.av. ever seeon. toasi The Senaor, as he s failiar- thdry sealed, that in the ciy offended, but it seemed that lck was
#ei e aij .r-3 St a: #IrA Weda serfo'es Daog Sua; SI known, has many friends in thia see- Gainesvile alone there were at onagainst him.
J. Smk h R ih l i riagsH was I C. Wt Well of Alaei s was in towno a wo are alway glad to h tim no tes at tawentiy.iftee places The game op to the beginning of the
WmA wn terd%*th e te pleag % if h4.y d r a e +s taow-caed, rixthe rneig was as pretty as any one
9 ,y9 &1a ., d -. for it .oold hardly have been calledot et.e-t to see At this seage of
S T WO ns of Ah a O MT Maudi of Kapa PO G CA.2. aing ino conide on aa e
le|,ftlahtlherpt itth depty e s ** hoppiam tn the city yesterday e ; h., ;. _.. *. to the many walking salons here and itdhow s teaah onsaid there were
9 W.A9 Adam, Roebelle ra a Mrs. Madle Ckoud of High Sprig| Young Wife i* He^ j r M^c. elsewhere throgho-ut this county, all made by dead balls to first, but in the
949~ trip- taeronter "'e. aba.ut.the -la st b' let ther idof the boysrs- bteyhed ne fir runse tosth y b
S y w t the Brown H erda Hsoan-c of which were carried on without any first half of the sixth the Lie Oak
mIIpS -ges L a rfrip e and slfr of |e:J. G. mierthformrlyof thafity ,mtows, of K toGaff, -,,o.- ? Pwn et or hindrance, atd ayet the D$ bunched in fire oanst h oohly by
M isss ar ifnlz slarri gu^es o rs ( Ric. frt tisciry G er -oi wo theItate and county and city did errors on the part of Oa, Han which
Br; se.t insesf, P. toieity ryga. .. ayn to r e. not erii e oe lar's b d efio virtuallyy gave them the gamee.
(B Es*,3e Jollgiey todienyrty.ofd Mrs. A. B OliTer, fyry dly or tbiy pecSuattlrae ad t was of taa Mo Ao could The people of Gaainerille are not
Ielo, w are a oiing thortew who paid eity Mrs now rewoding aft.earl do tis; pled yest.ray Cbe' r, D o U- have said also that from the condition didscozr.ged with their boys, Iowerer.
!aBii[a eile. a 'fity"ser wt ta vis itg Trienod arsidn relat. *t Hague. is vld an i-en. ot .r .a d reag.ir of the county at the iUme of the con-To the rverse, they are backing them.
ev. f.A. A. lnts;, field agent for *S. Crown, Jr.: of Rocky Pont, Coroner orneay co; ies his i ty being dry (so called) that not one for they realize that they are all good
out dpeester was amn the ristor to thi cent of taxes wa coecte for the players. They made a remarkable
| A. I. Emrerson of Taoso, one of LeRoy Peare of achua, one of taught it to GinesiUe last night sarily increased C order to makei they la3 eer played together and
the most progressive citisexs of that the leading merchants of that town, amA today Dr. E. P. H1am, Dr. K. A- the deficit. He could hare said also thsymay aeel sure of they have pel
0tiieto, wasla visitor totthis eity yes- wras among those who paid Gainesville' SiDtb, Dr. T. C. GoPwer of GaIEe6- thata rigid enforcement of ithe law in I ofpath athe cippt y. the people
td. a visit yesterday. j1*; Dr. Alfoen of Hc^hton. and Dr re-gard to the selling of liquors will ifn- Tb i Oak boys are all gentle-
; Mclaeherm, a constaetotor of Misses Pearl and lHazel Priceof Lake Keanned, of lont, analyzed it. erease our taxes for the expense of the .manly feows, and made a very good
i ane was y e o, g i aable yp eitlemay. y aTd are a p-
te will Ibe employed in superintend- Alma Fennell in this city. e raki Ducan. a wealthy pI e said that under the dry regime that preciated by those who have had the
i(g the work on the home of T. W. Miss May Goald. au accomplished tkia county. On & hand., East Gainestille. young tlady of High Springs, was m nrts aleged to have been the violation of the law that ony i The following was the line up:
h(^e handqhew cottNge being erected amoim those who honored the county it* youn. br.b. s is hed d one little Jew was convicted and paid Live Oak. Oak Halls.
>by th | Ellis brothers on West Liberty capital with a visit yesterday. a full investigation of thd deit if ,.r as a fine therefor the sum of f400 to Shouse ........ cf .... -.Davenport
street is nearing completion n and wi J.N t of LakeCity is in town. huan Stateha during all hese a ...k rne p..... Foorr
i read foro pa e days His has i yea hatthe county was dry (so-i Street; ..;; c Hschloh
ot only company on ofthe plas- process b ih, and a new Wde the inquest at we called) the State, county and city Teagle .... .......2b.......Harris
n- of tem ring teel, which e.e ToB c Tarromdreo.tls Wise ............If...........Tison

,antestatios in the ity, but is a ays is the flesto ever invented. The maner in vic Tanner r deprivedolla of a least many th- n ......... If .........Steelen
deirable liog in every way. Jutce A. Chamblin of Archer, i allee o ave been by rea- l er num byway of ta- liphant. ....lb........ Kline
Slr. ad Mr. (eorge Mortord and one wi the most competent officers in r a of strychnine .Le.og placed 1a aLion and that during all that time the Reid..............rf......Earkhart
ihldren, formerly of t~h.i city but now the county, was among those who paid glas of buttrmilk. which he dran. people were called upon to fcot Umpire-MeArthur.
~idelmren ofornt (sngj .havs arrived, the county apital a visityestenday. fodnr last Saturday. After drink- the bils. He might have said The score was 4 to 9.
i'r.ihide Z of Port. Orange, have aty also eapitautesery
and will be the guests of riids in a swallow or two of the mik. alsothat as in the past Alahuaouy .
orth ivi nd Hag ora fw Capt T.E. Bridges, State recruit- Tanner s said to hav remarked to has stood and now stands in a position CRAZED BY RELIGION.
y Their nserous fritods here ing conviet officer, was in the city for a his wife that there was thing the as regards to her political and finan- -----
wer glaHd to welcome them again, few hoars yesterday. He was en route matter with the mIik and lsiated on cial welfare as a house divided against With Ax Man Runs Amuck and Cro
I'wr ga tammet w f Jt SoCuvill. to Pensacola, where seveio l prisoners her tasting it. This she d, and Znd- itself which cannot stand and that so ates d onternation.
fa m t f Jk ll are acting a transfer t the State tig it was wrong, she *pit It out of sure as such condition exists c WInton-Salem, N. C., May i7.--
O panys tki arrived hia the iY. 'rsMr. s wa, in to drinkk oany more. andy 't updeelnefromwilonthe uti ishate farmer liviu o 7 m les east f thi ct,
n t has the eontraet for th Dr iound departed yeterda the e and rrl torte unti he heall have declined oeny tt e several negho
d line work o the Gatvlle fr where he will tand the re it all out. A hog which Stoa last elstcounty. who had been called in b the family
ntd Klectric l ign oMnpany, ad examition before the State Board drank some of the milk died in a few I hare no excuse to offer, but a well secured an ax. rushed to Saints' D
dokintig fteir the i"ntreatsn of tind, D.l"alb xtuai~ners. The SLate Dental minutes, and a dog which drank Bokme administered and timely rebuke is light church, a short distance away
mappathy here. society will conivenu in regular annual of. it likewise ioed in great agony In often eflicacioas and heals the patient'bl bettered down the doaor agd wawdow

-t hardoto rarid o W. 1. s .u at t< lay, ew moment. I hink that ".More Ano" should have and did other damage.
Theekert, Eait l)nCota ienw-t, which t M. Lo. .are, a member of the naval l1a Just a little wh!ie after drinking said that with our resource sand great l He then went to the home of Bun-
.a 1 bee.p in crstr or rcon fw r fi.t ,M a e ote th. milk, Tanner -: -aam deathly sick advantages that thc. fact remains that a a Linville, i- front of which was
he ank, iowaltores went to the houso of hs unrce. to vote this ca I dr will be an act hitched a hor belonging to Adolphus
batf 1nshing tches t' will btr etn- o efi tle, was a visitor to this city y.- th, yard away telling the amily of suicide ad that it. rill sound the Sink drove the blade of th an up to
plated ti few dy This is of tcnay. The Weather having at last as goa to d They lto our dp ; for it is well th bk of th or
t:ihe xmost thodernly equiplied and desir- bweorn. favorable, thU naval stores him heroically, tut ta 41 minute hi known to any osevant person that Tlnhe dAg.,o3wh e
able residonees in the Sutte,. and will usin ss has agaiu as utned a Abtan- tfe had p1taed away. ftel, 1i only those cities proper where liquors jerked e axron Atknsand ad
l gord4it not' otuly to the owner but titl basis, and as a contseqtwitce Mr. dath rumors began to float around .are s.,d. Sn.EX. LinevilleandSink rabbedihmla ,d tied
h c^it. Moor i happy. .. that Tanner had been poisoned by his TheSadsResidece hm La he a bro to t
--ityiayTheiShands Residence..m LAW bVv
.A.Bryn, whol for the past few J.L1. McD)uual of Pairie Crvewa35 M ae, ad this finally caused a Inquest eecity ad played in jail for safe keep-
th a -has. twenthe eticietet htaygry a vi.ltor to tl> city y-sterday H is to be held by Cornera Dorsey. East Gainesle may soon boast- of in efses to a excet
,ithesoas0tnental rtestatrlt, has a number uf tthi iKelley" McDI>onald he familites Q bolt sideb ae very another handsome home. carpenters eld nlterrtal, and then very little, say
eredT is conutne ion with that in. Lumber Company, and stated that the pLCt la ai county. The Tn.h having Tuesday begun work on the ele- tUg that the spirit will keep the ebo.
-' tattt io 'oupectui.t opnwit that int .u ant of thCon y company started t he Bers are well-todo, move In good : gant home .if T. W. Shands of Otter Atkln' is a highly respected nar-e
tastiplce *o h s own fpe a first I,!p yterday. There company started the ety and stAnd wel where they a. Cek, who has decided to keep hi marrried and has four children aa
~placeof his own m a'e,.as ,w, yesterday. There has b-eti con: known. Mrs.. Tananer was a pOsl&arfilyhere p.rmanently. The resi- ha..reltIv who trinkaent Si
B1. Bryas is poMesed of an antiable *lerable delay in the starting of this young lady and he,- fara r ia one -of- ence wil p Th rei relate o d promoiet tt
~99Jl0stOik basd aa mdie many friends uill, but no trouble is auikie ipates in Hall county's most reape'c-te-d c lze. onc ildipnpg'a eposi-
lt o nhiatstay here. i tiri.t- future, as the machinery was placediu He is wealthy, and has sev Praother n h on TR per. Avenue, opposite 're UrOr rin-
~%ss wterer, aitd, will .tlo ti -enjoy ttbolutt'flrst-class condition before be- ma'riled dauMgltt; all of whom stnd. ha Ji Swearinge.v It wand tit oby parsonger in-
W^oppe^tf s in'" paced n operation. ell with tiUplr/e .e-i a mdel building in every respect, *and itti supported y voluntary con-
Wastulf busines it, s.- het-o ing .piaceduinioperh 'o willlbewgihen a liberal q.a.i-
SV Mo ley. andPa3..s.-. F. E" .rya., the restaura man who Te dea Tanar ht created uoe which willbean rnament to the .tributon bitl be given a liberal qItan t
eAu!dcehildrenad.."N .' [-2as been aneted wih sthate Caman who rt excite met in the tower pwrt community. Mr. Shands expects tor yofthe Longman Martines Pure
terdeily or Omta e .l0p, Ihe neutal np tou a fewdat ago. the CrentedI o the county. an frher devep- have the building completed in about Paints whenever they pait.
q. he forayr sr, -sley t1ha-the rool int tae Williams, abo,.a d renter e awaited wt bre thle I five weeks, when it will 1 irmme. Note., Have done so for twenty-eve"
u^ri^ng front I trouble for site the lrown UHole, and will open T r's boly had^ bee t d a tely occupy robe Teno of ,rnto of 1-
Ite, nd tCAe to Fltrids with first-.lass retarant. Carpents i e Btpt eit 't- Fot Over Sixty Years ions; painted nearly twonmillion houses
bhatthe bidm ir ae t old were buy yesterday altering "and.. M nan- Mrs. Vitlow Sootl -rpl ander guaraee to repeat ..if t.ratis-
4i It 1 o Iiproing the placeand Mr. ryan ex- ca t Be. X tsy been nUSed by chil4te while teething. factor Te paint wears f6r periods
S tiate t long, peeLt to peu for bu.inea e -on i Stur- 1. eod l we.. we I. It soothearthb chikd, st; gttai 1 o nseyears. I~i'zdOilH amnst
a litle .i. t all, day. 1 o doubt enjoy a au-el.. als. all pai eare, Iocle, snd: t the. paint (dee n.two..
4W. lt he -t7l b.me, asohe thoroughly .uner the best edordia Twen. mnute). Actual cost then about $L2'

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