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GAINI.SVIL.LE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY., APRIL 29., 904.
J.J. Finley and Kirby Smith Chap-
ters Observe It.
INTERESTING SPEECHES MADE
Both Chapters Decorate Graves
-Confederate and Union
Mesborial Dati was npaliraptriately celt-
brated by the J J. Fiiley and Kirby
Smith Chapters Daiughters of the Con
federacy, and Confederate and Union
Veterans in I lis city Tul sday.
The hand stand was lieaulifully dleco-
irald wall a profusion of fragrant flowers,
evergreens and the ('unfederate colors.
'In the stand with time splendid Gaines-
ville baud were Ho J. M. Rivers. inaa-
ter of ceremonies; Rev. Those P Ha,,
pastor of the First Presbyterlan church;
lion. C. M. thrown, of Ocllm, candidate
for governor; Mr. James I >oig, a highly
respected Confederate Veteran of Gaines-
ville, and others.
1ODl. J. M. Rivers, the mater of cere-
monies, did himself proud when making
his introductory speeches-some say'bhis
speech when about to introduce Mr
Doigto describe the battle of Gainesville,
was one I the best speeches lie ever
LI uade, and that was saying a great deal.
Hon. Christopher Matheson had been
Selected by the J; J. Finley Chapter for
the orator of the day, buat important pro-
fessional business in South Florida called
him away Monsda.y, and many who ex-
pected to hear this young orator were
At 9 o'clock a good sizdl crowdl haid
gathered around the band stand, andl
i-toil J. M.,Rivers, after prayer by Re%.
T. 1'. Hay, delivered an app.op- ate
speech and thLn introduced-Mr. Jamsesn
Doig, who thoroughly interested lie
crowd with his full and lacid diacripl'un
of the battle of Gainiesville, in which bat-
tie, during the Livil War, %.r. I oi_ was
one of the most active parlicilan s. 1I he
battle was fought right in dlie stretis of
Gainesville, which was theli a very stanIll
town with cheap wooden btni dinigs. Sev-
eral ofcers and men on both sidle' wvtre
wounded but the only mani kili-dl i-s
one of the defenders of the tow a, nun lie
fell within fifty feet of where the land
stand now is. At the co iclus.o-i of Mr.
Doig's speech he was applauded e1ntli',si.
astically. The band tMfen furnislied soile
excellent music, after which lloun. C. M.
Brown, candidate for governor, and who
just happened to be in Gamnesville on
that day, was intrc:tucedl adl made a
beautiful and very appropriate speech.
Mr. Brown is an old Confederate Veteran
who fought under Gen. Robert E. 1,ee
four years, and who now cars es four
yankee bullets in bis body.
At the conclusion of Mr. Brow n's
speech members of the chapter and their
friends repaired to Evergreen cemetery
where they decorated the graves of the
Confederate dead with flowers and Cou-
tederate flags, and the graves of the
Ulnlon dead with flowers and Union flags.
XKIRB SMlTH CHAPTER.
At 4:39 p, m the exercises by Kirby
Smith Chapter began. Revs. Carpenter,
Hay and CrughiJl sat with others in the
band stand, and the exercises were
opened with prayer by Rev. F. H. Craig-
hill, of the Splaeopel church. Mr. Geo.
W. Moyer, an old Confederate Veteran,
acted well the part of master of ceremo-
nies. Attorney Syd. L. Carter was intro-
duced, and read from nianuiacipt a well-
Wyojdd pad prpropriate address, at the
conolulton of wlach the crowd rendered
There were appropriate selections by
the band, aid altogether the affair was a
pleasant one. Theoe present all seemed
to enter heartily itote toe spirit of the
occsio and acted as though they felt
that St was good and proper for them to
Kirby adslth Chapter also decorated
the Confedeet and Union graves in an"
apunsalate mailer. on
imteriete V'eteran, Union-Veterans,
Daughter, sad mnanty of the younger set,.
-' lsem4ao uey the exercises by both
,'bStAm d wl old 7nion soldiers
aplidm t, e spaxrs a heartily a did
tUhe..)potp-:e *Ve~sl* themsaelves.
~~ Apri 7, the
fat.ehIh by Hsa
~Sejuq ebmay 19;
-%N ALKRM SOLMNIED.
Sat on flen at W'u.k-IlHave a Candi-
date for Legislature.
,ilaloi Stlr:-I seriously ihonlit if ev-
t:re citlizt: of this State ho l iolins leirnedi
of the iorganlialiii recently lperfectel onil
a Siunilav in .l ac soniville by thle liquor
*dleiltri of Floridlui, under the nalllae of
S7 lie Merclihants Protective Association,"
gave thile niatter idesening consideration;
inil my object in writing this article is to
call their allelitioai to Ilihe fact INDIPU-
TAULi FAC'-thliat right here in this fair
.outnty this orgaiiizatioii is endeavoring
to elect a inienber to the Legislature
tllit ITS ilifluenlie riay be strengthened at
It is a nuioutiouut fact that one of the
candidates before our people for this
position has been closely allied with the
sallooin inlererts of this county. He has
fought their legal battles and ldone niany
.et.niiiiiglqle (|estno. il le things to thwart
the expressed, voice of our good uinople.
I believe it 1'. sif. to jialge a aian by
his past record, ind if this is tile manner
by which we will judge this caiidulate. I
do inot believe tho e who o.p.ifse saloon
doniiiatitoni will cast t'iir bll'o O ftr a
1iaIn alAo. herelofoie has liast-n n aalnrd in
supporter and serantl of tie saloon in-
It should lie the
otir State to consider this matter seriously,
that they cast their ballot intelligently-
fur their best interests.
This Association is endeavoring to have
Representatives elected in other counties
-nien who will introduce and enact laws
for THElMi advantage.
I call the attention of the citizens of
Alfichua aurl other counties to this fact:
'I he devil and his angels scheme and
sork while the tcood people slumber."
A word to thie wise should besufficient.
Waike up open wide both eyes and keep
ourss against a Saloon Representative.
(-We heartily endorse the sentiments
expressed in the above, anl we feel that
wlieni the liquor dealers of 'lorida grow
lol enough to go into politics with tIhe
avowed determination to oppose every
effort to restrict saloon evils, it is high
uiatmi that men who are interested in the
well ht ii g of Florida, and her so'-s and
ddiauglhtcr, now aid for the future, should
oppose all saloon candidates for office.
FACi'5 ANI) FIGURES.
Ilow it Is in (;ainesville Now and How
.\ gmil taim ina whlo I- <'onn. acted with
one oi tle (.aline ville- Iaik.. ii athorily
for lie s'.tlelliient that lihe biartL now hass
,l .'.se". lt in i i ft l ,'.' lilio.::l. nlg to linen
wlIh 1 l 11 no l>iill .ltp .o-ilt-, Illt l ent s licir
Ili a ut is the gut it l foll re the
.1 il ,oai- Fe" Io-,I l];ilst Jililt.
It is gi nerrlly clntcelel lLhait closinglI
till. s .loit l lien cfiit l lethe iiall towns
aii.1 tjnlr v li.stricli of tlie county more
Iha.ni it ili 11.1 ,.ilie villh ; yet it is a no
tict;ille. fact ihatl Ihe inulliler of businiies
piai'cs lis intrerat-id lileaud of decreased
in ( '.iine-villi sinte the saloons closed.
nnl that many of tile lbusiiesses have
lIe.t n enlarged
One of our iaaercl'ailts who was one ofI
thie "wettestI" ien in town during the
"*wet" andl "dry" campaign, and who
really seemed to fear he would have to
leave tow: if it went "dry," is nowdoinag
a splendid business nt the same old sand
and is building a block of five new brick
scores to rent, and there is now talk of
greatly enlarging and ptherwise iaprov-
ing the Brown House, the largest hotel
in tile city, notwithstanding the liquorites
once declared if Gainesville should go
dry she would need no hotel.
Everv legitimate business enterprise
was benefited by the closing of the sa.
saloons; and since they were closed last
June crime in Gainesville and Alachua
county has decreased even more rapidly
thlin even the most enthuastic prohibi-
tionist had predicted.
Alachua county is in the best shape
financially it has been sBice **the freeze,"
and the best shape mora'ly it has ever
been, and if we will elect anti-saloon
men to the I.egislature andl to fill our
county offices, we will continue to go
Will Speak In Galaeavl llie.
lion. Jno. N. C. Stockton, canliate
for United States Senate, and Hon. N.
B. Broward, candidate for Governor. will
address the people of Alachua county
in Gainesvlle tomorrow (April 30) at
so o'clock a. m. Hons. W. Jennings.
candidate for the United States Senate.
ud D. H. Maya, and C. M. Brown, can-
didates for Governor, and other ditin-
guished speakers have beeu invited to be
This will be a splendid opportunity for
t ter and. oheLs 'who have not hear
theme .dftirltlgtled geitlemlen. or who
I have beard them and desire to bear them
dgain, t5 do a o. ad this will probably be
their liat e ppw ms here during the
Svoaf... Comme eAsb them; dou't
nly ti om wt othe say abnut
tM. biat -co a 'sd Ow t omave.
Bso pfthe tap.wU *1Lsulg
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A L _
"WeITE SCHOOL 'n '"u.
"W HITE SCHOOL Political meeting, Cool Weather, Crops
AUDITORIUM and Candidates.
riensuma. ..s.. ,Apil
hIUere is to be a big IKs.iticad.. mreliimg
&I t Judfsin to, olrrow, a nt itl is exp[ectV'dI
ilidt nearly a II ile canliillate.h, wild |ilo.i
Was Notl Mentioned in tlie "Orig- biy a inay votes., will be i Inltn, an.i I
Final" Letter. you know, Mr. Editor. if such should he
the case. the crowd will be iuinitense.
The cool, dry weeather, is not losing thli
S SWEA SAMUEL S crops any good in this scctii n. It is a
SO SWEANS SAMUEL. 'BOE. good titmte to kill gras.', lut the crots
don't grow very fast.
Mrs. Missouri leachi, of liell, was the
About the Negro Industrial guest of friends here a few dajs ago.
School and the Booker Soimc of our people thought at one
time thlnt the priuiarv shoildl have been
Washington Invitation. called for a later date than May so, but
[oNrtulii'T-ri.a 1> now they think it should have been even
State of l.-orida, sooner. We *liim't agree wItL thie' stalr
Sounlty of Ahachmla. \ whtn it was ad vocali.,au early priiiary,
BeforeuiepersonallvappearidSanil \V'. but now we see where the editor usas
DLhi-.e, to nime well knuitwn. &h io having right (is we have about decided lie al-
been fitt dulv sworn deposes and says: ways is), fur the quicker the whole thing
That lie was president and Supl. \V. M. is done and over with, the better i; will be
Ilollowa)y was treasurer of the Scien- for all concerned.
tific Noraiiil mandl I ini-trinil Inslituteof Kellumi, Kelley and I.ynci, all have
naiiesville, Flori,'n; that said school soine gool friends out liere, but we be-
a-s opened Janiary Ilic 61h. iqw., siih lieve Prof. Kelluni will lead the others.
au einrolluient of thirteen piniil., and he- tWe notice that Sheriff l'ennell is not
c.sile extinct about April hlie first. 193, itltending as many of the political meet-
having Ihad a total eni'ol'nient of twesty- itigs as soute of the others are, but we
seveil pupils anid Un exisi.Clice of tlire suppose Wash habs hsliands full attending
months )Deponent fitllier says that the to hlis official duties. He was never
source iroim which he hoped to secure known to neglect his duties to 'lection-
.niairitlei ance for said school was from cer. His opponents aie fine mten, butl
contribntlons lbv benevolent persons; naiell will be re-elected.
that some tlime in l>ece liber, 90o2, The two "T'sa"-Tillmnan ande Tench-
thllough the advice of Supt. Holloway lie are going to run very well for the Legji-
extenlded to I'rof. Booker T. Washington lature.
an i.ivitation :o take an address i.i
Gainesville on the occasion of the con. Be Careful Voters.
ference between the County Snperinten-' 7he time for the first primary is near
deuis of Florida and the General P d- at haud-May loth. [t is the duty of
nicatioii ioard, which umeeLing was held every one who can vote to do so, and It Le
in Gaineaville, I' loilda, February the his duty to vote for the best mian for
4th, 9o03; that the object of this invlta- every office, whether the office lie high
tion was two fold, namely, to make for or low, amid whether the person seeking
thIe school money from the proceeds of it he rich or poor.
Mr. Wasailngtou's lecture and to secure To enable aniy iain to fill tlny office aI1
his influence with the Geineral Educa- it should be filled, the mason imusst he sohlei
tion BIoard to get an appropriation for and moral. lie may not lie a Christial
sa d school; that Prof. Washington ide- -though it would be better if he were-
clined this mhvitation and that Supt. Ilol- but if he is to fill an office in a way t<
losay advised this deponent to write bring no reproach upon the counu:iity
State Superintendent Sheats, requesting in which lie resides and officiates, hli
him to intercede with Prof. Washli igton must be moral, and if he is not a sobel
to accept the Invitation. Talis deponent man he is dangerous, either as an official
fnrlhei avers that he wrote Mr. Sheats, (of high or low degree) or the head
as alviaed andd requested by Mr. Hollo- of any business. very man owes it to
wit.v; that Mr. Sheets replied to thls de- society to support sober and morsl aspi-
p lleilt stating that the request was rants for office as against imunoral and
granted mit Ihat the invitated had been dinking aspirants.
exictiinvl; and that this reply from Mr.
Slicits to tis deponent is the letter in See the Ballot.
controvet vy lie-teen Messrs. Sheats and Elsewhere in this paper will be found a
I l,;Ioa~ %. Thiindeponent further swears saple ballot thi same as that contain-
tiost positively that the words, "In ig the names of' all the candidates to be
tl.- white school auditohiimi" were voted fr on May iti, by voters in itils-
no ill the letter; that iuniediately after le Gainesville district. See the ballot
the receipt sf the letter this de- anad study it. Get fa'millar with lithe
polaent ilaccussed with Prof. J. W. names of the candidates before you go to
Widleman aud others the propriety of the polls, so that you can vote quickly
hiring the opera house for the occasion and intelligently.
instead of usiug te largest colored A few of the candidates for minor
church for the purpose This deponent offices will have to be supplied to ieret
further states that he was not desirous the lequirentents of the different coun-
that I'rof. Washington should speak its ties lind ditrlct., hist the voter will know
the white school auditoriunm, nior did lie how to supply those at his own home.
hear of any one whatsoever who desired
that the address should be made in the
said auditorium. Deponent further states Closed Again.
that some time after receipt of said letter H. IPowell, the HighSpring mer-
he delivered it to Maljor John W. Tench,I Powell, the 1l1gh SprIngs ter-
cit editor of the ainesvlle News, for chant whose stock was bought at sheriff's
pu location; that It was published in the sale a few days ago tby M. B. Saeuders,
News and that the words, "in the white of this city, snd who was placed In charge
school auditorium," did not appear in the of the stock by AMr. Saunders has been
letter as published.shut in at the Intigation of hor-
'This deponent further states that the shut up again at the lnstigation of Xttor-
constitution of said school provided that ney C. C. Thomas,' reprMeuting certain
the treasurer was to receive for his'ser- unsatisfied creditors. Mr. Thomas claims
vices one per cent for receiving and two that the sale was illegal. The store is
per cent for paying out all fund commingi
o the school: that Sup. Holloway was closed and being guarded.
not regularly qualified as treasurer il
that he had not given the necessary bond
and in justice to Supt. Holloway, this At lte Aweil'ilatm.
deponent wishes to say that the treasurer Frank Allen Peaki appeared at the
did not receive any funds for the school ligh School Auditorium last night, under
nor was be to receive any commission
until'lbe provlssiona of the constitutions the auspices of the Tweatieth (enlutuyy
bad been complied with. Club, iad entertained his audience In a
'rThis deponent further says that, on ac- very clever manner.
count of the many erroneous statements The proceeds from t'e enutestaiuinent
now being circulated through the State, will be l o a fnd for the *
he feels it hisl duty to make this affidavit, wl a PPlie 10 a fud for the pnir
of the facts; that he makes this affidavit chase of a public library.
freely and voluntarily and that Mr.
Shealt does not know of the intentions of
this deponent nor has this deponent Tamps May Peeiuval,
heard from Mr. Shes in three mnths. Tapas May festl will be held from
Sworn to and subscribed before me this May a to 7, and Sthe AtlatIe Qe st Line
i6th day or April, 1904. will sell round srip tickets at es fare
..L ... W. ..plM ntafro atallBaMlBn arld a.
Notary Public for the Stale of FJrI. ... .cn, f s .lerida.
at Large My co mmission e-pra loth Tleietr will be sol May a to9. inaeivr,
of December. lalt4. with return liait My n. 1904. -
11not we'll care ik, and when we set bm .Wt
it you'llwu de h tf*
ShOP6 406 bt *a.be# iateriat uaed,%r~
nm gsa SmV"* wp1 t iter
Conie One- Comn All. I Peitoal an nouneem t1 .
Come oilt iomonoiv.i morning aitii hear I -- ---.-
the i.iilihrniatorial mi.dl Seinaiorial candid. Announcements under the above head,
,l s o. oti ji. l of reasonable length, will Ie publihliel ihi
, I. c n JninK*. every lssue of the TW -A.
ferr., li.,\i-i. Itrl.iw,.rl. Brtiwn ii ll .%M., WI.liK STAM from now until the cain-
are .inog tiililse ~ ha l liev lit Uvnivite l mign s over for $5 for each announce-
ti lie i a.'int. niletlhpik..p.'ili iI ll le. mlent *itt CASH msuat aCcOlpany the
gi a tinme seit1 I .th p rt.i h y1v >for eaci announcement. Announce-
ii> >ll i Ctitinl>. I.te ,r IoClO'li. ".ls eits at this price must not contain
will th.ltllle. lie outir vople' lbst op iareI tIhanI' TwiKNTtV I.INA, including
portuiinll Ity li er i list caiinthilh tes L efiorl eat, Ie l anil signature.
hlie liriisna. ), i ailn t olive it itoc irselvem
as will is to Itheol to it)ar wliat they Clerk Circuit Court.
IIhae to s.A, so ti all.t e 1ma1 k iow I
volu> iintlllinalinlv. Clii alke,1 comie o ilI t.4 IhO -"l.ilt 1. :\ec tivc Conlniiiltee
li\ r..l. t et, lbin" itl of M -y for hohlling
.lir I'auiiar% 'llion. I thereby announce
We Are Ulad. 'im elf na. a.alitli>t t or tlie position of
"lvik o t111 P iI. 1lt t u it of Alachua
We are gill to hear tlin the lie iail ianl- toum it. ,iltn I .l li l.tu not only the vote,
clhiiner% which sloodl so long n .l the roalerl hut thie suppia.it ,if ilim frineii o secure
enai of town ha, heen removed, sInd that lly elect'y If l.tlnl, I promise to
petforit thie liutti-.4t l the liirt'e faithiFilly
its uisefulines is tibeing tested. Some think and fully. I tai.e thie l, rime knowing
it %\ill hI just aliat Is needed, if properly Ihrou hly wiae t lum? li tia ir. Tiiy
tinualgei.l.. t oi 1 h iikt will never have already been learrtielt :y expect llce.,
amou.t-11 1 i1My I lthat All lie w aty toef-t-
allioinl to iitlythliu lThe waly to find
out whti'b in il is ti >ry It. ilid if it
proves i loe gilol tiling we 'll e very
'I he l legislative ainl all c lility ciaili
late are to speapnk in (1liiesville l'rilny
night, Mity the 6th. \'e trust the peo
ple of (lalinesville will turn iout aid li ir
what the caiihlaltes have to may on that
occasuIon. Reumelnler the date -May the
6lh at niglt.
Mrs. Will Goole, a worthy lady of
this city, desires to inform tilhe public
that she takes In sewig, and wIll lie
pleased to have those having sucli work
in An to m.nd it to tier. lii do
to o10,o90 en IL r;. -" e .. ..... i '%I
good work at reasonable prices. If.
iHave you tried Ghildiiugs' lair Growert
Others have tried it andl pronounced it
good. For sale atSl i. I G diings' lrug
Stole, uaniiesville, ani l'ostoffice Drug
Store anid 1. A StephensI, igh i Springs
*-, C. THOMAS,
AT'TOtNIA AT I.AW,
(O ahesville, -
Opposite Dirown House.
'l'hoie No. 97.
ATTOIlNi'.V AT I.AW,
office in Miller's Law xxchaiinge
T. F. Thomas
VUWVk LINN 0f
Personal attention to all
mAtter!. in this line. Mail
anid telegraph order
promptly attended to.
Oend Your Ltundry rto
J. Runkle, ProprIetor,
Your Chickens KEgg,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-
Higbhet Prices for Coun-
try Produce. and $ell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.
Us When you want Sta-
ple and Fancy Oroceries.
OAINlMSVILLUiS Ottt8Y CO,
q vesilli.. ill.
I-. ~,.W youCom toeo
I hereby announce myself. a CNdMlt,
for Repreaentatlve from Ale ia .t.V.
in the next Leglslat.ures, ulbject i.tte
action of the lenorratic prial li
solicit the support of my fellow ilUI
Respectfully. : .zj .A .
O. M, TlJxCAsr.,
To the Voters ot Alachua County:,
Without the slightest unkind feelilM.
for those who did not vote for me in the
last primary and a heart full of gralUtid
for those who did, I *gain offer for the
lionorable positlon as one of your ree.
sentatives In the next General A=embly.
Support nse if I am right, support me ao
longI as I stay right and leaye me alome
hlien I go wrong. come aay we have too
Soany laws already. Granted-If they
were all good ones, but nany are useles
some absolutely pernicious and should
be wiped off the statute book. Being a
l)etocrat I will abide by the action of
hil. rim.ary With ,ood will toward all
inay consider my appeal in nmakintg tlieti nue. I am yours trul
selection. JOHN W. TEANLH.
Respectf.ully, WiE *q. Leglture.
o.l loHicited by nany friends, I announce
Clerk Ciroult Court. maJelf a candidate for Representave
lahletni cras Alacl cou~ity froua Alachua county In the next 1Lgila-
I elt l Democrats of Alaci a count lure, subject to the Democratic prm .
i Clerk o f the Iirkutt ourtla oaidh uset. elected the people of Alachna can P11
erk turt ahu assured that their interests will b wll
..'lnltty, sAljct hito yusir actions it the taken care of In ourneat Legslatire,
lieinctcrif tc I 'rinmary. I solicit the sup,- a ui oi the y exerc y ntt
Ior oh' lc I ruia iito if ssh rM adh elected d I pshell:specially e ereise mype pla-
it o ofil elio aret thil, id if I t elect elce for thye enactment of a vagral t law
lprolliei .to di' re the doith-s of she ,,nlar to that now in forceI n Oise.a,
ice tot he very be- of niymlch has done so much to solve t
te.MAXIe tfnly, C..or rotblenu In that State.
A.J. MAX .. HI.A .
To the Voters of Alachtua ouAiity: I here y announce myself a candidate
I hereby numounce myself a candidate fo Retpresentative-fromn Alachua county,
f.tr the tmirce of Shlerff, subject to the in thi next Legillaiture. subject to the
ail-i,.n of the ntexl lentotcralc primary. action of the Democratic primary. I
If elected, I ni to discharge elected I p he elected I promseto serve te people a
ihitles of the office to Ihe very besltof imy ianiihfully as I candy and I solicit the Supn-
ability, andl solicit the support of nel pirt of niy fellow 6senocratI atl-the polt.
voters at I he polls. Reapectfully,
Respectfully, CHA. HOod .
W C. IlAGUi. -
o .... .Legslaletur..
Sheriff. o)entQcratic voters of Alachu a county
T'o the Democratic Voters of Alachua I respectfully announce myself a can dl.
County: date for the Legislature and solicit your
I embrace this unethod o el exressiig support. I will abide by the action of
miy waruiast appreciation for the con- the primary. Yours truly,
flilence you placed in ime In 1896, iand J A RoSaoROUGhl.
continuously froin that late to thi, and --- ---
sincerely trust that your confidence has Supervlior of Regtltratlon.
Iot been betrayed. 1 have endeavored, to To the Democratic Voters of Alacbua Co.:
tie very best of my ability, to do niy I area candidate for the ofce of Super-
Iluity, regardless of persons or the conse- visor of Registrqtion of Alachua county,
queuces to inyself. ilow well I have aue. and respectlully solicit the support of
reedled 1 leave to you to judge. I have Densocratic friends at the primary, May
been encouraged to believe that my el- moth. Thanking you lu advance foe your
forts have received the approval of the support, I am iespeetfully,
peaceful, law-loving citlens of our D.cA. XoU.naWSl.
county, for which I am truly thankful. I ----
aIu again a candidate for the office of Momber -ohol -Osai.
Sheriff and will appreciate your support, The friends of J. A. King hereby an-
alud piroinilse, if reelectsd, to resume my nouuce him a candidate for member of
duties unfettreted with any promise to the Alachua County School toward, .rom
special favors, and shall endeavor in the District No. a, subject to the action of
futitre, as In the past, to do mny duty the the Democratic primary to be beld May
lhet I know how. PIromising if elected o, and they solicit the support of aill
or defeated not to be a candidate for the Democratic voters both during the canm-
office agalti. Reaspectfull, pain said at the polls oan election day.
.- '... ~County Commislioner.
wihlelff.eI hereby annoupte my candidacy for
I will lie a candidate for time office of Cou nty Co m m ssoner fom District No.
Sheriff, an&ti respectfully solicit thei su.- Ubjec t oteimaory and solicit the
port of thie voters of this county In the 4. ubjectt the Dprimry,at nd soflt the
coniuhilo prinary. Againi thanking the s fuP the Dmocrauc VQWeaof the
voers' .,ry.. s p se liss dca = pledging anesconomical sid i-.
vo for umy election as e repreptlv rtial administration of the affairs of
I a iuI as i ever, the office if elected. -.
rzsIco. hi. WVILI.AltD. A a ~
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Supehinutendendent of
I'ublic instruction of Alachua county.
subject to the action of the DemocrAtic
Primary, and respectfully solicit the sup-
port of all democratic voters.
J, 0. G KLLUtsM.
I. an a candidate for thei office of SBu-
perintendent of publicc Instruction of
Alachna county, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and solicit the
support of Oemocratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment aisl the pay-
moist of the school debt.
I. L. Kll.uacV.
I hereby announce iyaslf a candidate
for the office of SOupetnaident of Pub-
lie Instruction of Alasela iouity, subject
to lthe DeImiocratic primary, and solitll tie
siuppol t of Jemocratisvotles. Itf elected,
I will use every honorable sastbod to qll
uldats the county and sub-district school
debts. My policy will be good schools,
good terms good teachers and common
Seue teaching of reading writing, spll-.
ing and ai iUtle. i avia taught
wev grade to the pbll 'school systl
ol this itate, including Institute and four
teria Nonmal work, as convlncsd of
the Importance of more earnest teaching
In the elementary studies.
Oio. M. LvNCH.
I hereby announce myself as a caendi
date before the Democratic primary of
Alaebua eouny for reelectlou to tbe of-
fice of County Judge. Having faithfully,
honestly amd mprtially discharged my
official duties in the past, I pledge my
bonor o0 contUnue to do so In the future,
if elected, and will be very grateful for
the support of the Demnocrat voters of
the county. cH. 0. lAoi 'W
tr o Ta as
co aty, subject to thi
hU i .lai. l'loaaa Ta MM
M ,' ,
'1 *.;: MiSSmi BSS,'-
At the earnest solicitation of msey
friends I hereby announce myself a can* .
didate for County Commiissionet from
District No; S. If elected I promise to
faithfully and hoseetly diselarg the
dati of tie oees to the best of my
'. C NOK.
County O mum lelM ."
At the earnest sotieltatio 0I 0asU ".
my Democratic frtead., I hI r ety
nomuae myself a candMata few mliLp '
to the Iition of Coaty CsMi. ., -.
from fltict NO. t, AulMM tO t, at :'-.'"
if reflected I poiflse to MIOiMi the ims; ",
tUse a theofoetoUmbidtofinaUv '
in the future as I ke done la t pp .
JO. 0. DAMtl a.
Fellow Demoer At of Alaehua Contuatl ;
I herbr ealuuce mylon aa iiM Y,
daa fo#rasia to stho the o Cf
TZesuter and Iasolit tIhese '
DemoLt l votrees daring the
and at the polls.
During my pmlit te=m as
havl tried to i end amiesi both i
and efficieato iA teltlf d o*Mr *Mbl
terta I amo e Owlfl,
F pbia a than I eau
S WI. l.
j ob on. a o
TIT LE CLEAR TO NAIrO WB tS oEAT.
-------- Dead and Dying Strew Path of Fright.
Sl t 'm Whioh swept Indian
Route are Vested Territory and Texa-
FRENCH COMPANY ACTS
Contract signed, Sealed and Deliv.
w ered at Paris and I'lnanclal No-
gotlations with Company
A cable dippatch of F'rlday from
Pais sanays: The Associated Press is
authorized to announce that the o-s-k
tract by which the ownership of lip.
Panama canal p"ues t the UnitA0
states s signed, sealed, delivered and
complete. '. .
The title to the tanal l'fuate is now
vested in the government of the
SUnited States. '-.
The do0umefnt by which tals trans-
Saction; 1I Losummated -bears the slg-.
nauure of President Bo and Director
Richman, of tMe Panama Canal Com-
.pany, who signed for 4the company as
SIts responsible offIclals. The transfer
SIs complete and -without reservation
S-and the United States secure* a por.
S tet title. .. -
Thls. result has been accomplished-
quietly and most unexpectedly, as the
public has been. given to understand
that the contract would not be asx*
outed until after the meeting of h b
-tockholdersi of the Panama Cnal
Company, a) which the question of
rateflcation would be presenCird. As
a matter of fact, however, when
the meeting takes place, President Bo
will announop that the sale has been
completed and Instead of askinAg for
authority to execute a future contract
it will only remain to ratify the con*
triat of sale, which the omficera of the
company have already ftermally tomj-
S- It is conli4ently believed that thek
completion of the sale before the meet*-
Ing will Increase the vote for rattflca-,
LUsa, as It will be recognisied that
l thing more remains but to acquIesce
She actionn taken by the highest+
"Oloeirs of 4he company.
When W. A. Day and Charle W-
RtaepSil, the United States assistant at-
torney general, who are in Parts to
assist in the transfer of property, wares
e' n Friday night by the Associated
SPra s they reluctantly admitted that
t +transfer had been consiummiated,
S, d in Order to avoid misunderstand-
' Intgs regarding a trauasaotion of this-
magnitude they furnished the follow.-
ing oetoal statement in writing:
"TI* papers transferring ithe rights
sa"d property by the n6w Panama Ca-
al Ooiplpaiy to the United States have
already been ex&euted and delivered.
-fhy will be ratified tomorrow after-
neon by the stockholders' meeting,
". "T arrangement Includes a Sgon-
eral conveyance and provisions for
deeds in the republic of Panama And
In the canal sne" now ufder the Jurls-
4toton o0f the United States, in which
S l0 the civil law continues in foro*,
b' -y reason of the session of the son*
S em a colvil law sovereignty.. All for.
teallties of the -local law on the lsth-
vie have been- arranged for and ae,
e.rel to the United States.
'he property will- shortly. be de-
Itvered on the Isthmus, and upon that
einlg done the purchase price will be
Immediately paid. -
S"The full total of the prinitpl 'doe.
.. ments will be made publto tomor-
The united Mtsteagets eo u 4ninulu*
ISULIN IN -PRRNOGI JAIL.
"Pr qlnent Amerlean Pinanole is
., HId Uplooer Oharges at Paris.
.. Ame-ean embassy at Paris e
i t. ahi aftg West repressetations to se-
re release of Henry Iselln, a
1 ts of a A*namncIal
1a1 Si detained pending an"
lato th8 alleged rela-
ia tnk with" the defuhet
7 .t aow, the, snit failure
ad4 the flight of its -dre.o-
l satlt aaoua a lal eltreleas.
' ,1 RT SY C LtM NTED..
e i d W rt Was Dons In OQetnumlsat
Ia. g N a nsl eaIn wlea -
S A .'petli front Paris says W. .
4 a3 Charles W. Rueslt, thin alt-
'4 $tates assistant attorneys gneal
S.I the .other American Qa-iala
rt been engaged in the .Pai
S s aUgtlsaEtitlons. are being con-
p ,t 4 sUrely successful re.
ai8.tb the idilation and of the
he1s"iag a voel' by whlch the
i- rs4 g Canal
,.prove of Msale
ted by Preside v i: 5 DiretebO
'ejtman, whichlh mask tp *tMmure
I. -withopt I MSfl ,l ,
JUDOG *IMONTON ,IAD.
14ent JurTst P4eass Away In 6
isp 3 -' iM O South
h1molsis IL ,I d et
up tto that elCy a
'ie to rotyv readAiOent fog
St grl sw tkeadIly weail
L Se 'Smor
WM-!nuthop., 4 1
Judge Speer's Court Takes Charge eo
Complaint of B. C. Machen.
sihrced circles in Brunewlek, CIa.,
are in a stir over the appointment
of a reolver b Judge 8pecr, of the
United B ate court for the ruunswick
and Ifitalgtoman rnllroad, '- C. Ma-
ohie belng thie oQly eomplalnsant, who
claims that he road Is Indebted to
ilmga $1,000 for services when president.
Jon It, L. aLJith, of Macon, is, the
SThW order lhust4 by Judge Speer
prohibits the o.ewrs of the Brunmwlak
and BinmtnfaPttn AicUoaIng the sale
to the m atl ie and a lanWbas. and
,9untam r retnw the B tuiwirk and
mslpgheMu from -awTi out the
tV-0h1tm at the sale.
4J0t wt0 M07 Me aies takes this
step is unkownm. IHe elfma that the
wMd to Idebted to tin dly1 $8.100.
Wifse the aDkbU"se' meeting w-a
ed there, K M h St to etafir the
4 ofl the Brunawick awda BirmIn
M Vaehea dti not participate at all.
It bi been larned that a petition
w -iled in Mie pe s-or 90Qurt Bev,
oal %fi I byi t1e -Caickerbockar
TI-rt OomlM a, at New York. asking
for a reelve for the road, but this
ws oly oll te to plateol the bond-
SYMPATHY ROM NGaLAND.
.British AdmlIralfy E*mpnm Rteoret
S Or DIOeater on Mesoudr.
Te United BSates embassy at Lea
i 6n 4 aablid4 the att 4epartmeat at
The sndier SaYa} $ol a1led openu
Tim *n el l Called
Itat o.m mm %t b t 0,' e
F|. ,rB s0*y tH iIe O.Opt h
Ix plPbo were killed by a top-
sado wioh Wwupt Lr-ugh the o"uW
$bout our miles south of Prio4 Ot -k.
.diaa Territory. Monday tsti R.
pOsts *have been roeiv0T 't & mUM
ber tf others were Ijr. th dead
are': John Ab*.tt ad tio abil-
rmen; Albert ity, aged 6 years;
LZAWy l uot M Ye. w 7 s.
At .0(Imud 1. 7 e11 ti" t miles farther
00, 9 bitise was demolished,.
?JII~l~- $1 Bitting and breaking b. ;h
A w r fa~ier, Bi.ting. The
"ot then passed Into the F;lnt
2 .llg. oat or tie ra-er, and tore a
'tri, through the wood as clean out
as If it was done by wood c-hoppirs. I
Many Injured In Texas.
Ak speol from fRoueitop es ys A tor-
udlo passed three wiles east of Meata,
Ten., early Mon4ay, de~.molslhtig the
houses of A. C.' hanks,. It M. Ion, I
ner, George Wolf and IU Bachelor. M iU
jennile Shanks -was probably fatally
Injured, and all of the members of
.the Shanks family, were hurt W. )I
Bonner and his- demsuter were blown
from a carvina, and seriously hurt. b
There was a tlrsg anmont' of mihor.
Children Killed In ArRansas.
New" comes from Pine Bluff, Ark;,'
that tornado passed ovr Jeff rmon -
county, killing two children sad doing
heavy property deamae. At The town
of Biherrill many builldings were blown
down, including the resldefncD of -W.
A; Barrett, W. A. Payne a4 .otlierW,.
The house of: Peat ,ThomaS, a negro
wio lived a few msles frt o Sherrill,
was blown down, and his two children
Seven Klilled Outeriht
Half a dosea business blocola were-
detroyed by a torns e that swept
through Palrlan 1. T.. Monday, kill-
ing -een persons outright atnd inlet-
ug -. atnmber of Cathen. Tbree of the
The ded: are:. Mrs. Mary Lamar,
Mrs, Jobhn Lemaster. Arthur Brought,
a child of Nf; Jionok, EliJah Raus
sell, his wife and child.
it to etknated that t7sb 'torado
-asged property M nDtaSS to the extent
pt $10.000. -
NEW ALABAMA GOVERNOR.
Cunningham Takes. Charge Pending
Illness of ove*,noe Jllk*.
aIttenrqat Ocraermor IL Gun.
nt eam .was. sworw n a Montgomery
Mtondad as governor of the ptttA. HR.
P. AUgo, olerk of the smrpreme court.
admtalttered ItA~e oath of oftce. Gov-
erntor unningaham timeamtely took
ebsam of the affairs o the office. Gov-
ernar Jalks is Ill in New Meiico and
Governor Cnionuinbm, wo waso tour-
tg iA I ngland, was telegraphed for
to ooma and Utke charts ot the oole,
as It wm W ot known what time the
governor weid lie able to return.
Governor Ounuln ntei Is oln 'to
carryout the wlhes of Governor Jelks
In reference to the tppoetntpeht of a
aabessor of BeAtetay of State J.,
TwboasM H lena, pwho has resigned. Gov-
ernor OpWUnaghmb late Monday after-
noon telegrapted to Governst Jelks
telftig hmn that. he would appoint the
man he named for the place. It wse
not thought that Governor OunAnlg-
bham would take charge this early. but
It 1s a94 to harve been the wilh of
Governor- JelbIe. so that the I1uline.s
of the office would not get behind.,
News from Governor Jelks is that
he- t doing w"ll. .
RECEIVERS FOR N. A B. ROAD.
FOROBRY USED IN COURTSHIP.
Posing as RIoh New -Yorker, Abeel
Won Love of M isa Anderson. ,
For deelastg himself to be J. Og-
den Goelet, Jr., a member of the
wealthy New York family, so as to win
the love of Miss Eleanor Anlerson, a
telegraph operator. James N. Abedl has
been conVicted of the -crime of forg-
ery In a New York court. The jury
that returned the verdict of gulky
aganast Abeel also declared that the
man whose name Abeel took had been
In no wise Injured by the offense.
NOVEL SUIT ON TRIAL.
Courts Endeavoring to Force Ralheoade
In the superior court at Raloigh.
N. 0,., a oase which la iald to be cen
tirely novel and without precedent, Is
up. For a long time there are said
to have been complaints by the public
Aor the failure of the Atlanutc Coast
-Ltne and the Southen Raliways to
make connection at Selma a very ;m-
portant junction pointluL The cor;im-
ration commisalon unally Issued an or-
der that the Atlantic Coast Line
should make thle connection.
BRYAN ATTACKS PARKIER.
Nebreekan Also Opens Fire on Plat.
form of New York Domemocrats.
At Chicago' Saturday William Jen-
nins Bryan spoke In a hall whlc i lpe
had hired for the purpose. His speech
d4alt with 4emocratie coUditions, and
WM, in some respects a hitter attack
4a Judge Alton B. Parker and he
plaaerft adopted by the New York
State eowrentUon. which- prleIt4
J ..I 1Parkw as Madidate
SPECIAL TRM RPOR. GAMMONS.
iWrotwe of I threat a nd Her Path
T* Gets aO y Trrial. -
,,tvevd Oa.nus.p the murdir ef
M fdrs a
NO TRIAFFIJII W
Mikado's. Forces Will Make
No Hazardous Move.
WILL STICK TO WATER
Plan Is to Rerse Ruslians Into a
Flght to save Their Ships
at.Port Arthur and
An Associated jrees diSpatch fro .A
3t. Petersburg says: Apparently trai.
able lafo-mtationi 1 -the pospestlcna of
Ae general, slut9 leadsL to the belleg
tbt the objective of., the Japapee
:ampalgn does not Involve the sambi. -
tiow4 Invasion of the interior o- Mi.%
*hurla With the purpose of beaching
the Russan army.
If thhe Japane Yever.entertalne.l the
hope of aecomplishing a task similar
to that which Napoleo n set himself,
Present ad .e Indicdat.e that they,
have.-abandoned it and have adopted
osu programme. If this I correct there
&: mAuoh more cautious and less hasar-.
would be no advance of th, army to-
ward Mukden .-with its atteilant
lengthenhig, and weakening -of' the
Japa.eelne l-neof communications r In-
stead there .-oem to, e1 a- dterml,-
atton to atlck. as close aso possible
to the sea, where lies'Japan's natiiral
baoe. she having established berselt
in I ote ,, : .
S- tap Hv three Objects.
The general staff say the Japanese
still have three objects-the estab-
Ihabanet -of a -line terowe the Liao
ulng penlasula for the purpose of out.
ting off Port Arthur, the Isolation of
Vladlvoe'mok and the establIshment otf
a Junttion between the army of KCorea
and the foroe at the head. of the LIao
Tung Dpennsula. The last mentinoed
movement might is accomplished by
a landing anar the mouth of the Ta
Yang river, whtic by threatening the
flanl- of t1ie Russian position at Gons
H.u might render It untenable and
make the advance of a column from
Korea. comparatively easy.
If these plans should succeed, the
life of both Russian squadrons would
be enaseed and with tj4e sea and a
fleet back of her, Japan could -fortify
the posltions thus gained, and with -the
table turned'- 0ospelt Geieral Kuropat-
Skin to come -orward -and attaelk-
Gteneral -Kuropatkln, however, is inn
posseaston of the latest advices re-
oeived* by thb general staff, ad it to
sfe -to assume that if the Japanee
4amplains develop along the lines in-
dluc d 1he will 1e ready to -make weob
disposition of his forces a, will meet
It .... *' *' .
,Viceroy Alextlff has Issued a anoif-
catioh to the effect that corr pon#d
eants using w.'reles telegraph wy will be
treated as plea. The notlfloatlon Is
the same as 'that served on the .tate
department At Wahhl0gtont some days
ago. : .. ".
Advles rederTed ins eoul, the to.
rean capital, state 0hat the Japanese
lines dw Oextend 80 miles along the
-Yal- rfver. repohing from Yonghampho
to 10 tmlles above Wlju. The Russians
are strongest at Aptung. -
.Tiger Hil, as it was in the Chlna-
Jampanese war, Is the key to the alttua
hree eIlands, one above and two
below Wu. will faelliltlate an attatei
as they offer a base for artillery to
cover the crossing of the Yalu.
For Membei National Committee
(Vote for one..)
- J. B. BROWNE.
P. W. POPE.
For Delegates at. Large, National
(Vote for four.)
T. J. AiPLIYARD.
JOHN S. BEARD.
T. E. BRYAN.
W. J. BRYAN.
C. A. CARSON -
W. J. HILLMAN.
For Delegates National Convention
-Second Congressional District.
(Vote for two.)
T. S. ANDERSON.
D. N. BATCHELOR.
J. E. T. BOWDEN.
D. L. GAULDEN. -
(Vote for one.)
N. B. BROWARD.
C. M. BROWN.
R. W. DAVIS.
D. H. MAYS.
For Secretary of State.
(Vote for one.)
J. E. BROOME.
H. C. CRAWFORD.
B. F. KIRK.
(Vote for one.)
W. H. ELLIS.
A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS.
(Vote for one.)
A. C. CROOM.
For State Treasurer.
(Vote for one.)
W. V. KNOTT.
For State Superintendent of Public
(Vote for one.)
W. M. HOLLOWAY.
W. N. SHAT#.
For Commissioner of.Agriculture.
(Vote for one.)
B. B-. McLIN.
For Rallroad Commissioner.
(Vote for one.) "
JOHN L. MORGAN.
(Vote for one.). .
J. C. R. FIO8TBR
tr State Chemist.
(Vote for one.)
R. B. BROlp.
1wr Justlee of Supreme oturt-84it
(Vote tor one.)
Ir F. TALORe.
or Jutle'e orf supreme Court.
(Vote trr thre.)
A. Jh wBX1.,
,J. b. .. "
Names of Candidtes From 11gh.
est to Lwest.
FOR VOTER'S INFORMATION
Candidates to be Voted for in the
First Primary to be Held,
.- I tgy 10th .
rotr the Information of a nll Q-
cratlo voters a listt t all andidatqs
for oftce to be voted for 14 the prl-
.mary election In Distrlct .7, l l.aeua
County, on May 10,. to printed below.
The. list sl arranged In the form of- a
ballot, and s correct idea can be- ob-
tained from it of what the ofIlcial bat'
lot will be. It also..gives voters a
chance to familiarsi) themselves with
the names ot the. candidates, and pr4c-
ticfe making an X in front of the
names he. tends to vote for.
The. names are arranged alphabeti-
cally, as they will be on the official
ballot. The sample here given -s what
will Be uised in Election District 7.
In Other districts the name of some
other candidate will be substituted.
as the occasion requires.
Official ballot, Democratic Prjinary
Election, May 106th, A. P., 1904. Make
-a cross mark 'X) to the left of the
name of your choice.
SFor United State' Senator.
(Vote for one.)
WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.
S J. N. C. STOCKTON.
JAMBS P. TAI4AFIDRb,
1_Or Representative In Congres*-Sec-
ond .Congresslonal Ditrict.
(Vote for- one.)
W. P. WATSON.
For PFesidential Electors.
(Vote- for five.)
H. P. AILEY.
T. A. JuNNINGS.
J. C. B. KOONOCE
,A. B. NEWTON.
F. B. STONEMAN.
Poll Two Thousand Feet Down Mine
Shaft at Johannesburg.
Advices from Johannesburg. South
Africa, state that collapse of a cage
In thie Robinson mine precipitate for-
ty-six natives 2,000 feet to tie ootL
Ai were killed instantly. The bot-
tom of the shaft wa's a veritable quag-
mire of human remains.
BUNYAN WARRANT SOLD.
Hiltorteal Document DIpoeed of at
Auction for $1,525,
The warrant under which John Bui&
Tab wee apprefwmded and placed in
Jail at Be4ford for six months during
the raign of Charle II was soul- at
aution at aLooa Steurday afternoon
.Amr 11t61.. 'The W aLt. which Is sign,
ad bi Wlrtmn JwemUes a the p"e
si bMrotoe and sov enQuires, elarg
e asM Us ker wtth omtem pt al 1aw
1y preaching oparwlsa than -"aeoar.
eg I o the liturgie or pf atie Id .tl
O ,ch of Jnla4.""" *,
.;'. .. ..* ",f,
*0r idAe3- t U00IS. w6 cow
(VMO lor thi.We*n.)
J, W. ADAMS,
WA$IBAN 3.. ANDERSON.
OOUGH L BARL.
N, A. BITCH.
A. C. BLOUNT, JR.
JOHN -M. ,BRYAN.
c. D. CLOUOH.
C, 0. CODRIGNTON. '
B. A. CRAWFORD.
H. N. DIMICK.
H. L. DODD.
W. W. FARMER.
D. U, 1TCO/ER.
R. B. QARNT?.
-P.1HB.E Y:A -
3. A-. +M;B LBY.
F. A,- HtHNDRY.
W. A. IHOCKOR JR.
M. LAMAR, "
H. W. LONG.
B. N. MATHEBS.
m H.IL. MOCREARY.
GUY. I.MXTCALF .
W. H. MILTON.
W. ; MILTON, JR.
H. S. PHILIPS.
JOHN Q. SMITH.
J. N. WHITER.
For State Convention.
Against State .Convention.
For the Legislature.
(Vote for two,)
ROBT. BE. DAVIS.
A. U. HILLEARY.
J. A. ROSBOROUGH.
SJ, W. TENCH.
For County J-udge.
(Vote for -one.)
J. A.' CARLISLE.
H. G. MASON.
(Vote for one.)
L. W. FENNELL.
W.- C. HAGUE.
T. H. WILLARD.
For Clerk 'of Circuit Court,
(Vote for one.)
SJ. M. DELL,
8. H. WIENGES.
For- County Assessor of Taxes.
(Vote for. one.)
W. W. COLSON.
For Tax Collector.
(Vote for one.)
W. D. DICKINSON.
For County Superintendent of Public
(Vote for onie.)
J. L. KELLEY.
J. G. KELLUM.
G. M. LYNCH.
(Vote for one.)
A. W. TAYLOR.
For County Treasurer.
(Vote. for one.)
W. H. ROBERTSON.
For County Commissioner-Third Die-
(Vote for one.)
0. P. CANNON.
C. C, PEDRICK.
A. R. SCRUOGS. -
For Member Board of Pnblic Instruc-
(Vote for one.)
HAMPTON B. BROKER.
CHAS. C. MARTIN.
W. J. MARTIN.
For Supervisor of Registration.
JOHN J. THOMPSON.
Fur Justice of" the Peace-Seventh
(Vote for one.)
G. M. COLMAN.
For Constable-Seventh District.
(Vote for one.)
For County Member, State Committee.
(Vote for one.)
J.. F. McKINSTRY, JR.
For County Member CongressIlonal
Committee, 2d Distric
(Vote for one.)
For Member County Committee,' Sev-
(Vote for one.)
DR. J. F. McKINSTRY, JR.
FORTY-81X MINERS MANGLED.
taken to Jail, charged with having
caused the dfath of Andrew Soalko.
a 16-year-old boy, by beating him
with a club. It is alleged the boy
refusedd to attend church. A few
hours before his demah the boy made
.a- antemortem statement declaring
that the priest hbad beaten and kicked
COLLISION ON THE 'FRISCO.
Five People Killed Near Potts Camp,
MisL, In Smashup.
A disastrous head-on collision occur*
red Friday between two tr.'gI* tratas
near Potts Camp, Miss., oh sAe 'Prihcbc
railroad, resulting In the death of
'five persons. Englaeer Robart Mos-
orsre was burled beneath hli eaglin .
and is dead. A brakemn,., name en
known, nd three boys, were. a Up
TRUSiS PAVon FORio@NkRnI
At1tlean seoe s 4 Ce*per Abre.
AW*mose #A-w :
8umelen tha li le'i Day in the
South be Observed June d, Jef-
ftrson Davis' *Birthday.
A movement to have the date of
Memorial day in the south changed
from April 26 to .Jane S was launch-
ad by Judge John y. Akin, of Oar-
tersville, OGa.. during him speech Tues-
day afternoon at Oakland cemetery,
Atlanta, as the orator of the day for
the Ladles' Memorial Associatilon, and
his suggestion: provoked prolonged and
hearty applause. .
th. members, of the -dt4les' Me"-
mortal Association agree with Jxdge
Akin regarding the matter, it Is prob-
able that the matter will be brOught
to the attention of thd general assemer
bly of Georgtia during the meeting
that is to be held this Juneo, with the
request. that June 3 be made a legs*
holiday instead- of April 26.-
. Two arguments were /presented by,
Judge Akin as to why the date of Me.
morial day should be changed.. The
first reason was that there is a dearth
of flowers .on April- 26, and the second
was that June 3 is the anniversary of
the birthday of President Jefferson
Regarding this suggestion Judge
"Here I leave my prepared speech
to make a suggestion to you. The
weather today Is suficelent argument
in favor of what I say. I suggest that
Memorial day be moved from April 26
to June 3, which iWf the birthday of
the president of our southern confed-
eracy, Jefferson Davis. (Cheers.)
"As I say the weather we have to-
day. is sufficient argument why this
should be done. Let the ladies, through
their. organizations, take the lead, and
the state legislatures will follow. We
will make a. national holiday of the
birthday of Jefferson Davis.
"Here in the cities where flowers
can be bought from the stores it is
bad enough,, but, you will find in the
country a dearth of flowers for use on
Memorial day. -
"But thereis another argument why.
we should change the day from April
20 to. June 3. Whatever may have
been his faults, whatever may have
been- his weaknessesI-although to. me
he had neither faults nor weaknesses
-he was the official mead of our south-.
ern government, our hopes were cen-
tered in him and we ought to honor
"When defeat had come to his gbv-
ernment, when the north wan begin-
ning to. forget, he was placed in a
dungeon, his tender limbs were
shackled and he was chained to the.
hoor by order of a dirty villain in the
shape of a man who afterwards be-
came head of our army, Nelson A.
Miles." (Loud and prolonged cheer-
SCHIEIOULE OF A, B. BAXTER.
Liabilities Placed at $857,616 and As-
A New York dispatch says: --Scheb-
ules in the Laslgnment of A. B-.- Bax
ter & Co., incorporated cotton brok-
ers, at 61 Broadway, whose fai:ure
caused a sensation, were filed Tuesday
afternoon In the supremecourt. They
show liabilities of $857,616. Nominal
aesets of $229,395 and- actual assets
of $56,712. IThe principal assets oon-
salt of cash in bank subject to attach.
ment and office fixtures.
The principal creditors are Ander-
son & Johnson, of Wilson, N. C., $10,-
437; Marletta Guano Company, At-
lanta, Ga., $69,885; Hobson & Co., Rich-
t mend. Va., $16,997; H. HI. Watts,
Oharlestone, A C., $42,038; S. A. Cain-
ningham, Greensburg, Pa., $21,i03; H.
J. Kelly, Danville. Pa., $25,000, and
(he Merchants' Exchange of Arkansvs,
STEAMSHIP CAPTAINS SUED.
Charged With Illegally Bringing In
Cigarettes for Cuba.
At Tampa, Fla., Tuesday Uni ed
States District Attorney J. N. Strip-
ling Tuesday filed libels in the United
Sites court against Oaptain J. B.
Allen, of the steamer Mascotte, and
Captain F. I. Turner, of the steamer
Olivette, both plying between Ha-
vana and Port Tampa, charging them
with bringing from Cuba cigareotes on
which the duty was not paid.
tPRIEST MURDERS BOY.
Used Club Because Youth Was Dere.
hlot In Attending Church;
The Rev. Bishop Oarak, rector of
the Pollh Catholic church at Snow
Shoe, Pa., Moaday was arrested and
Bims, a neto, of Baldwin countY Re
wards of $100 each were also offered
for the second and third persons ar
rested and convicted oq being Impii
1ms wad lvynehed because of t'e
assasumiation of Dr; C. D. cole.
prominent ditlses of BaldwIn colsl.
FRUIT KILLED IN NORTH STATF-
Swvero April Wth~ Causes Howvy.
Low to TTO HMet Citizens
A special frm. Calkotte saym: It
Is expete. that he ue. bulletin
soon to h b, i Md-ri it sbow the 0a
Ieet e~-lP4st deiealeina of fruit it
North osAe Thte ast teadae l, '
ate -, ." *.
ANoT'r4t8 LI P N GOUL06
Vlidlvostok Fleet Bombard!
P Korean Coast Town.
A JAPANESE SHIP SUNK
Osar Spurne Offer of Mediation
.angliand and Denmark-Floting
Minpe Ia 'Menacs on Yellow
Se and Gulf of Ci LI.
-An AQMMtAd Pes. diepatihh fr
e ojO'say* T-h Vie 'IvOstock quin.
rI after a g period of inactivit
&iMeuly Qppeared off Gensan, on tie
e-st 'st ci Korea., Monday morning
and ntU,.he oyro Maru, a Japan.'
s'ehsno t dtbeamer of 600 tons. A bril
telegram received from Gensan state
that' three RTseian cruisers 1 ad e4.
tered the harbor, and that thby were
still t(hore W'VPt -the telegram w
sent. Their arrival rea.e
lnton In- the unprotected Japanese
:0olo0, at senan.
-It.: *ahov4t In Tokio tiait rhis
Rsiain naval movement was mad In
e hope f tntereepting some unro.
t'teitt Japanese troop ships. It a .not
believed that the sqBudron will renm
at G.0 een long.
The Viedlyoetock squadron con lis
of the cru- er RosaLa, Gromobl, Ri,
rik an4 Boaftyre. The last is a pro.
topted oru ser isad the others art- u.
l ored cruisers, the four being anmon
the most. prominent in the IRusiai
Gkeian is about 350 miles ioutih re
Pleating Mines Menacing,
The Japanese lines operating t-is.m.
ste on lthe Yellow sea and Quif of (hi
I. L a e canceling their callings beyond
O hemupo, Korea, on account of ths
Smehanical mine adrift front Port Ar.
thr aI .d Port P)alny. A cruiser dl.
oover.4 one 40 miles -off 'the shta
Tung proitontory and -.explode- it
with a shot. -
It- is known that the storms and-
.ourrentpl have detached many mines.
l Severof them have been discover 4'
aand destroyed, but it Is feared miny
are benig carried southward by the
ourr-enits. Even in daylight navigation
is dangerous, because omne .of the
.mines float slightly submoergd. Va.
rioUl eOpepWients for freeing the '.
of these derelkits, mostly Impracticn.
ble, have been suggested including, a
search by neutral warships outilde,
the sone of operations.
Mediation Rejected by Czar.
The Associated Press at St. Peters. i
bIrg- il enabled to announce author.
-tatively that the talk of mediation in
lb. Rsieo-Japianese war was fountlel
upon the personal de,,ireaoof King Ed- ,
ward and King Christian of Denmar4
to' avoid- further bloodshed and end
the conflict, .bft that thhe steps Ini.i
tiated have utterly failed. The en-
-peror, 'with the full concurrence C4
Whe imperial -family and his advisory,
has finally decided not only to reject
all proposals looking to Intervention,
but to pro.qoue- the war with l t
the reeomrcee of the empire until vi-.
tory crownh RusA n arms, an:i when
the time comes for peace no nmaki
terms direotly with the enemy. Th
InterfereIoe of ouetide powers wilt.
not be tolerated. There isa to be n
re p titon of the Berlin congress.
urtherm ore, the Aesocl.a li wPro
is e.aUborlsed to etate that l5uss5
Woutl*I noise .Oonsi4er herself bnfud n
by the propoilttoaM made to Japan'
prior t tho ha The hotilllte haIr-
wiped out the arrangomen's RImJ1
offered to make with Japan regatilna
Korea and Manchuria, and RuOfla will
oomslder herself free to Impose sKh
terms as ;he dealsires.
HARVARD QETS A MILLION.
Contest Over Will of Gordon McKay
Withdrawn at Boston.
The will of the late Gordon McK"y.
of Newpor which provides for a be'
quet of over $1,000,000 for Harvard
University, was allowed Monday by ihe
probate court at Bostoo, Mass. MWll
HIrrtlet Abbodt, a distant relative, wh5
bad oonteste tSe will, wlthd
SREWARdS FOR LYNCHERS.
Governor of Alabama OsDetermined t.
Upheld Law of the Land.
Governor Jelks, of Alabama. has of,
fered a reward of $400 for the first
arrest and conviction of a person II-
piloated nla the Iyachlng of ReiSe i
*""" riffs'; .JfflT'BH"K<"'1;
ia~~3-'~ "' '-,-r)~Y 7-iTh-4-y ,-~ -
-- .. -
9. --4 4-.
Sot WHEN YOU
f *t UtAtl be was dead must hate -'-
hopeless object for the suave S
. Sipbflof the agftL Lillke him In the S u _Ug Onu
~0f a Flfeshlre village of whom t. 0 36 In St. Lou
'A "te. lls
"Upb tad beei advised from Ume to BeilgS
." i'to sure his huase against fire -.. .
*T4j agent. Sandy M'Lery, could
sover get the old man to sign, and It will be worth all the self deulal
Vmas oroed to listen to the familiar t wh l t e worth llte felr deveal
S m th t "his house would neo. t one nmy practice for several
31 o f" year tosee the World's Fair of lt0I
unxpctd hppnd how r t 8 Lul. Money snv, earned or
e untexpected happened, however borrowed, cannot be better soeno than
sad. $he. neighbors were astonished in gettiolng acitionlimed il tht e ot li
, ~al the old man, Instead of trylngl proressn as rcvilet it tiis i wles aL
i"iivi lite goods, ran wildly up and Pgrendess of erpuliilhylI. A.ll f its etta.
dio ..e village, crying: not travel arol lil dhe uulriI or tiiu.e
t. u! ur'v tjIt aon Sandy, moo? note of hat the o :lorl. nis tore ct leag.
t Itaurance chlel? Ye ot ht the notic ilia filln a rotati tdin'
m pdettr get a body When ye're world deslre us to kiunow a tid lhave eh o
-eodl .m." .. l their beat works to st. Louls to b e
placed on display.
A 1T1ir1o'i T herefore, I y 'all n.1 ile uix or 111)
The Debutante--I think she's just eani, see the Worl', Fi. It ns
- pretty as sheet can be. everything to your fti-re groVth of
-lThe Wall Flower--Most girls are"-0*- nhid, to. your. present p!easuire notl-
TeWtroltr FreePress.. t a. life-long tstisraetion. Who that saw
D .ree Press, the Celntennial Expo..itio or the
Columbian Expositilo that does not re-
HE WAS WISE. vert to it with recolections of keeinest
Tommy-"Say. pop, what, part of pleasure?
speech is womann" Within the two square mlels of the
Henry Peck-"She .isn't part. She's .
the -whole thing."-Chicago Journal.
S t WI, AJWS. A 't',"aN i .V.LL'.. L'
GOTOTHEWORLD'S FAIR OStNO toR.RISOS'S .RGE.
c om'ro T E _-r m mm..n .._ ...T Actusl Facts of olkiv'k's Retuvn to
a -n l .. -o-u -.a .I..' oS -- ,- --r .cotland and to Ctvilized -Life.
IThat Should Be Helpk h.SrmW
nm, oaOmla atlpfi twio tohe Stranger
is :: No Trouble When You Gob Youre lof*
The Createst of the World's depositions I
By MARK BENNITT
(inar. The hilsorleni exhitblt of loeo- a twelve-acre outdoor display In ad4l-
iiotilves is one of tile fealtirea. 11t lon to the ulue acres under roof.
shows tI:., deve'loliniont of steven y- ive Thie Palace of Art at the World's
years In locomovotel o csoitructioni. Fair eoniaalii.n 1fM5 gauIlllet,. lrkch gal,i
"irinzlge Imlhi'ed is Itihe person who Is lory fa a Inrge tromn,l Ighted froth
int -Lt nii-mressedo with thest oevide-es 11oi0vo p1ltl .tfiledil with the hloolcest
of tino lt' lonig astrilgl' with th l'iPrab works of nil l'-imnitrohs of the world lb
liat of rail tratutportaliou, the most elt i- wl,.'h nrt (itm iunatile noteworthy pro-
Illzintg of unodlter Intllnetts, iext to lth10 O y1-ns. Tinhe glrotIp of ihllhiloirnga to house
in\\ sati \ahrlil. Itt miust always sitnml ilii liwnigufflithnlt displiy reprpeirtlss an
fisit. *rTo de(lorllte ii detall this exhtliit exPlend|iire of I>ro' thbun t 1.00,0...
would Wee long story..in itself. Even to the titu travehlr, St. Louts
NoW let its cooss (lie flower ilgat'dret presteut no cotuplietitons. It Is all as
to the. PaIltce of Altalililtery, just south ilp,lin 1tsa it : c when ones you get your
of Ti'ttisiiottattion. T'lhe huge power Iteartitgis. The treetst all run- east anti
genl le-to's itl, th*e li.rst things to ar- west or liorth nud- soutlhi, wlt rarely
rest the- eye. The, Aills- h:linliuers eu- t cntftslil# diagonal.
gite of 0tX) hiorsp-liowet', tlte Cl rtis All trains into St. LouIn arrive at
steati tlrbtne of 8l)0i) honie-0powet, the UliditU ttiton, one of the. linest rail-
Parsons steann turbine of 5t000 kilo- 1toild tet'inals in the.world. The atli-
watts, tlhe four Westinglhouse genern- tion Is on tilhe oulth side of Market
tors of 300M) horsepower m etih, and street, between: 18tL and 20th streets,
etit-It 1t high na t house. Aiid then so tliHt wlht-I the Visitor emerges from
other gleiratern gloitt ftid tltiitil of thle statloi hIe finds himself at the be-
S .- .- ." .
SITSpoIrmanluoptlyouted. No fitsornervolleUB.
ness tter first day's s gtof Dr. Kllne's Great
Nerret Restoror. 2 trlal bottleandtreattsefrei
Dr. R. f. Kusz, Ltd.. 031 Arhb It., Pha., Pa
If the good die young what's the matter
*with the parson who lires to a ripe old
S. :age? .....
Use Allen'i Foot-Essa.
( *'. It fi the only cure for Swollen, SmartlnR
Tired., Achlng Hot, Sweating Feet.Coruis a l
--.'.. Bntois. Ask tor Alien's Foot-Ease,_apowder
to be shaken Into the shoes. Cures while y*o
walk. At ill Drugglsts and Shoe Stbres, 25e.
Don't anitept any substltuto. Sample sent
XAs.x Address.Allen 8. Olmsted. eRoey, N.Y.
One way. for a young man to make a hit
.With the girl' father is to strike him for a
P.oIMA"Mi FADras 'D s color more
SB.oods, .l-righter colors, with les work
: han-others. -.
With the exception of the girl's father
S 'd ithe dog, all the word tolerates a lover,
3ra W)inalow Soothing Syrup forehbltdren
tel etia, soften the gums, reduoealnflamma-
tlon llaya aln,oureswind cqlle e Sc,abottleh
Some girl hnd.-rather flirt than eat and
some dobotli simuitaneousy.
"la-.nsuarePio's Cure forConaumption saved
M-y life three years agO.-Maid. THoxMAs Rob
txs, Maple St., Norwiobh, N.Y., Feb. 17,1900,
Other people's troubaWs bore a man more
than ahi 6wn. .
S COIINEII OJ1-'PALACE OF L BEILL Alt'T AT WOtI,i)'S i-'AIlt, .ST 1,0718.
L Ioulslana nPhicina e Exposltionl at St. ail kinds--the most wonderfully display gitning- of the cily nutmbering both
"',s nioe Louti thereo.s -sior-e to be se0en tnhan! of e(ngihes, ever' nssMeuoled.. But these north und south iind eighteen blocks
"' 1,-" B ever was brought together In tent timea ft e not all. Think. of- ten acttres o' front the rveor. -
L ^-^ the space before. It Is a great collee- glistenllig alaithlie.of every kild and Sthiading o Malrlet street with hil
tiLli, of expositions nmuissed Into one, ou. have sonie idea of the contents of back ito the -station- the down-town or
It is -nearly twice nas large as then the, Palnee of.aMat'ltilanery.- : an Itilittis'essm section of the city
Coluhibian Eipositin--. nt ChleVgo, We cross tho lagoon to the 1 east Is to his right a bout one mille. The'
nearly ten times firger- tiau the I'tn vtird an d coune to- the binutifulUi'aiico WVorld's Fair I to his left, westward
American Expositlonin at uliffallo. of lIlectrielty, with eight acres of ex- about liveo n111s. All the street cars
UEvery exhibit pittlce oi'ers thie equiv'- lillbits front many couutrIle, which ltire so ilbit(ed that ite muay- onsily know
Aalenit of a splendid exposition, eacl show thina nrvlotts dveloopmeut of which c rts to tttke.
covering lnity nafllt's of pctic'. e'-tri'ial s(c'iice. To the north igulin practicallyy til St. Ioule will be a
The largest of tlis-e Is the Palace of over one of tihe iarcied bridges we tit)- lodglhg hoioe during the ltxpooltlou.
A gricultlture, wIuiIhlls itwent'y-lhroee' u t'I Iproach. tlhe 'lali'e of .Varled Iudusi TliI hoterls- have greatly ntultpliled In
Miss ROse Peterson, Secot' under roof, a i illed to tia dlooris with tries,- viewing ts Wonderftl giraeo atnd ninhm r and thousaindti of private
tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Cl the most -woilderfi!, agriit ntr.al -col- splendor as wu e go. iHere nrie fourteitn hnme- 'are open for theo aweoninoda.-
cag from experienceadvises all w-lIct :e ve-eusirla d nu poln any o'ca'n- ires, of
y~Uirin~ wlio~ve pl nhslol ,, im lup,,rtant Statc-s and Xii urt'll. Tlit. I'eiiea'c of Maniifactturc- lIaro geicIually oal. tie Euroopeanp plii.
young girls who -have palas and of loie worldl are > l .lire hlon-- is tile.Poin t! size |l id stnitK on liie op.- U t ll S At W i tore c nvenient for
sickneSS peculiar to their sex, to sir' g|ri-atl nanllbers of Iidiviidluiil ex tposite shle of the I'laizii of St. Lot1ls. guests' to get .hitlr meals wl e a 'revr
use Lydia Pinkhasm's Vege* aibitors. Five r s hsmla l a e f, n t b i t i-nly i ntvrltlt In ite lvarli il-tlme Uiy tto ny tnI them. Price for'
? tnt "elt for X.rvt
.table Cow pounU.d I" Cot cotton su'tg'. rice ainddtolou.a-'tn t)ppo-lotht' t.i Palacc ouf Miomnufi.<-tuttro 50 centi t>o $2.50 per- dnIty- Ir lepruot.
How majy beautiful young irls do" v are Lero atrat'ed as tlhey bave never to the southward is the PI'lace' of Ediu T'he'l prevailing rate i $t.K)- per persoil
velop Into worn, listless an d opelesl been before naad. LiutilrenaiMed posusiwill- et-lloni. tIis being tlie trst thite tliithat 'nlid In n1tary evlry case good -accomt-
women simply because a lentltahnl- ties ere revealed to l(nquiring minds. diltition lats been allotted i grcat ntodatilons will till -ojvcnlecees c a tti
ton lm not beon pa1d to their phy al Sc a daily dlinv wns never at- luldinuhgi all Io- owtn. .A variety of, lit good utlocnllles n ny ho liad for this
feropm-phy.s w oeakneands "' si a tr citipte'd andsa"tic l'itc collectiiot ffriu, s.ool, Is ii dii'ty .tsioion r,-'t (Ie terinii'. pritc'. 'fle hilghIor ,'rate pr eipp's
pV mai n and young girs just buddl winto zm.;a-liy at ." iaatitoo uuisi tever .plae.ted ofr tll.s eghllt ohl. so t .lspl- ay li tuo ."lrge riooius nd Itiort luxltrious quar.
wonaod sould barefullygulid oi exhIibition. .i tlbIt b ilit s in tI.he a r t tlart t-s nto oneo nt.ol pay 1n.tore than
Sphyseallyaw.ellaamorally. Another j The Pialace of Traiiatportatlon Is next of the tinal u group tt'e 1 ils.. itild Met- $1.). .
weoma, i i sle, covering fliteen acres. One allurngy il -Liberalni Art. T Ie- 'e 1 Tlie mhotlepriles have a wide rangt.
Mll us h E rho, Col- may only lhit at the wonders It con- partnlent of Mines and Metallurgy ris ( 'otupettloi will be brlai. -
A3 1 hmv I wIould ri and tel O hLECT-HICITYA IN JAPAN. -A CHAaG .U AHM. AN ORCAN WITTM9UT STOPS,
o, "t ik following your Ind ad. Activity of the Island Esnpire in coI Why St lroves Dei efleti Wihe1 n 1 a ler-. That Was te Uplnlse i of ah Man Winst
alow, I f..nn li lem a.emn. weak I .struetiton *otk. son It. AIn. It leloOmt.
alwYtwllh.adl donazoa,_and soilg |That the modern Japanese are dti- To mintlittht the balance of perfect There Isa man living In V1an .
alt.o*a .Irdlyegdolaytla.. te.rn ined to keep rest of the peo- heiltlh in na body so cotaiplex s man'nm, ienth street tiat who has no moiic in-
ledWia bottle of your"V ttt -o'pies of the Western/world is shown where their, cirutilatory, respiratory. hi soul, and there Is a mnan on tihe
ompound l and e ot oly byllr quick mastery of the i-t.euiar and nervous ytems jnter- lo-er floor whose soul ,I full of It.
rh away. Iacon ued its uss id art of war, but also by their radiluess- act- so nuIli uport bate tntother, Jtere,- The lower flwor mnui not long ago add.-
now well and strong, a. Mid m. toDropriate all the results of moth I -ne of very fi- st .itltiitit. -c vannotse gs at-ped a fotr lung ptaIrlor organ tol his ldrau
Atate annot dyd a ^ ,esc tiletilfi discovery. According to epplehilly 1in -lith a bhus~y n atn id p whites,. and two healthy daugh-
rJio fson i*~tq.'. the London Electrical Eng ueerr they this. -- -trsofIls1 g -practice on It.
hmSb .b I are now displaying much activ-Ity in.- One gre t be,,net uf ch,,n. of aijr ,..Vpral nights later ta friendpild a
are e S o ht 1. tliA t tlt great lanN of eonlrnat en- visit 11 the flrxt oMah,, Md Paid A.
a1 1 -lrMMa gn power nd tratelionprpouep The -.forced upit Us by nll uatiurn petiom.- le got !lnsle the apartment he heard
Toklo electric light works haive been ena ts4 allowed fuller :scope .for its the parlor organ On the lower
Lanb1 1opebr1 nmi n of peatin for a considerable time, benetticent work. The various s organs foor.
bonUcs to gtestiiy of the ebody are very re ally restedd lby "in tetoned itruinet that," he
-' extend the -power ous The plant at iglht ellasigs in diet; cooking, water,- suid. because he, (o, 'had some music
present linas a capacity of 050 horse new irroundugs. people and site.u- it hi-s stoul.
power, and tills is being increased by ments. The same anonotonous dully The nusiclepas man grunted.
an additional 800) horse power. Thls rfua.l of dulls tries then as It tries "W'hose make is it?" tbhe visitor
new plant will go Jnto operallon dlur- us, anld change of work is actual re- asked.
inn the present unoah, and work will freshnment. "Don't know," was ihe ungracieaous
then be commenced ott a further ex- If spuwifle alliniteaa have tmanifesied answer.
tension, which wil ultimately inrenase hletenstlves, ihens the seashore for a alloww many slops eas it?"
the output of the station by lO 1,0n) knl e and general stlmnulault..tuounhlni The host pulled himself ip for a
horse poer-, l,'rab demands for elef.- nir for Its -asletlc properly, a stinly powerful effort. "Well," be replied,
trie power are being nmale on lte le dletrc't f:,r it- ryl*l. or a swa voyage "it's been in the house for about a
tried o'mpalny by il all .waiyr-onptiy. t.1 Ilvilorat tle whole aIystelu will- bea rpek now, cnd 1 that tl l1 It. hasn't
et which Is operathtg an extenpive tmy- eniculatedl to .tirdL off what woulo ldid any that I have be"t bl to die-.
l lh tern of ligt railways in Tkel" t oterwise spell serious Illunri. eover."-New York Press,
iL sss. Te Draelles. an'sr. M e T enpiases. appry Whee ilhey Ar r astil.
iaThe question whether Itusin ihas ib- Tbe speed of nerve impulsaea ito I "any a prooner a won a he steps
3sOSUI -EE arightr tol end taierln i-tfleetl ipstated(h by tr. Amteock,. In a r.-it In the outler oCe spaMdA t Charles
B through the harlnnell ie iu aseo uto lhepen r hr ISuefore th Loutlon loral 'o sItreent ll oWen, arordag to te Bolo.
.. ~Md a a traealy executed In 184 lti neelit t loety, to lo, silty ieters il1 f&eel a eow BSrord, 'etrows hilmslf Into a
S pe eOrfive great r owers, whiareoy It wars "e,-. The experlmtla of llr MIt. chir WIg.th a- sgh lof rele, utiltetlg:a
Lsf hk- agrerted arthat o s be to ley reel Fster Ifteett years ago showed It 'This tithe first happy b o r in any
ffell aragreed Th.the 70s.a
.nat a o save Turk ey should pas to be thlrty-threte mters. Dr. Glowers. uoostth.W Thle HI elpetily itre qf
f a through the channel without the oun- the emhrntit nem uellet.t rearks t ha mes. chires Wa'b a thr* .e sb.
x.' .ant of Turkey. Tis ngree nr lt wa s el hep Dr. ithoef l FestMw or Dr. -Al met s.o "rf e see m I Is.
i eMfmlrot by tI e by ptrea-sy of lerla ucocek is widely wroeg. or thle rte of bn the verge f40 # t. M Wo
iectu attectted fste t the itassoTurkish war trausmlsioas hm be ome et'lym ac- wie ulad .0 Se t theMatl,-Wh
.. -"-- 'Itle. -.e cplera lted saring the last h lis n lyetrs. the y or tf..e. re tau tutom.s ,trly.
SF -Ye. l S A" .----- --"... n--i -a>,-," admW 'MWaplMk.
S W heon aI's M Nt e es W e'Re ll y D i ted .
1- Wn ottIS Wote; v lTes i. Ra '5e Ltss.' A sk*,SS
g f gVisi ors to the Victory. at Ports' With refrenw to thl orilgin f the ll r Walter Bwn'u y of t
S month. lgiand, io have gaized upon ftandilr esxprsoilt. o, W'" a isor- 3lN O aS osi naowsl that pw6 s6
IF WAN III sltin thecWkit and aelleved it t0 tnMs t l ha L1o5400 Afdny tores oa- cqtstfofri'e sj pe..
jw _- me t" pvice where elson lbreatlhd Su tsS'that t tro I e f r elad rw fewvr "a tM WW, ti
his l I wok w al qit* uatstken. accord- Nosw e!*s -% a mm3o si"* WishM lo il d hg -m .
-SI Ing to di. o-ritjust made during D formuo tarwr ., .a.f.l ieav W'ft.IaShe pte W Ia
-.-ithi_- everaplU o1 "tt. s.ip, The an- tax t Al r e .M .- h ,. ,a '. .
largeEt show field In the Rockies." 1Do-
- foro his death, which occurred shortly
after, he mentlonod this.discovery to a
gentleman then living In Denver, Who
devoted much time to thf exploration
of new mountains and. strange local-
ties In and about this neighborhood.-
In 1883 this gentleman, a Mr. iali
lett., vsited the Spot entirely alonn.
In trying to ascend the -north side of
th ice field ho suddenly broke through
the bridge of a hidden crevled, but by
extending lisl elbows, he tanaired to
extricate himself from hJs porlious
position and returned aNfely to lis
camp. Thiss incident finally led himtn
"to woiloer whether thidi mliht not be
a glBcler. In 1880 and 1.887 Mr. Hal-
let, In company with an exptrienoil
motuntalneer, who was as familiar with
the Alps as with the Rockoies, twice
revisited4 the spot. iUpon the first :f
theso expedltons, after- a careful ox.
aminathln., ;the true nature of the vast
expasnse of snow and oo -Wai for the
first time positively determined. Hlero
In -the -heart of Colorado existul a
true glacier showing erevassisea, tn-ra-
Ines-la 'short, lil the charactorlateism
of the well-known Alpine -glaclers of
Switierland. To this was given the
name It now bears, "Hallet Olailer,"
in hojo r of the. :man who in such a
startling way, -made the first real dls-
eovery,-rFrom .:. H. Kellogg's "A
Visit to a Colorado lacler," in 8Lt.
S WISDOM OPF wXP'RIIfNCE.
Thi roeat beef Is badly- burned,'
said tho wAItr4 o hltemployor, "It's
useless tbo qaise trouble bY tryIlnS to
s e r v e t "
.tkiale It Over to that bridal couple
hy the wipdow," iaid t ,. restaurant
proprietor. "They will ': ver know
the dlffereeae."-Pi-- lelpio Ploewe.
.Wr IJLINO TO -IJAARN.
"Soiy,"'..sdaid the. good oli man,
"I'm euriprled that you should t.so*
that cat It that way."
"Why." replied ihe bad boy, pushing
Ia his thuttmin work. "do you know
any better way?"-Phllsdeiphia Press.
TO ImproVe ltalltm i Illwy-.
The Italian State railways, accord"
Ing to g report from RSoMe, will soon
pines orders for 200 loomotlTe snd
several thousand freight corw.
iemqLbStheIat-6M 4 dsoa di Uf jm.
_s eaedlc o f tebhsb o* w ilito w a
1 th L a, P a1t11 lit
HOSPITAL, SE Er T.
A Nure Sovs Pe-ru-na is
Tonic of Efficiency.
.A KL IS K OIl/W,
It was only after Selkirk had watch-
ed from his familiar lookout, in fair
weather and foul, for rmors than four
years that he was flCalll t'ewarded by
the aight of his old ship. When Cap-
tain Dampler landed upon the tbtach.
Selkirk was already standing on the
edge of the forest, waving d white
flag. In honor of :he visit, he wore
his last shirt, which he had carefully
kept for years for this occaalon. The
captain afterward noted In his aooount ,
that Selkirk spoke In a voice whih.,
for all his pains, sounded scarcely hu-
man Ills fr-et had been ,hardened
like leather front long expvaure. For -
many weeks he had reftu sd to touch.
any liquor, nor had lho anyo appoit
for -civilized foods. Selkirk greeiteid -
hIs old shipmates. with- a delight that
ma y be Imagined, and- before leaving
Ila island. he entertalned the ship's
cre, in his "house."
The-island was vistted-lbut once by
any ship during Seolklrk's long exile. A
Spanish ship once landidd onr the ial-
- and a small company who caught a
glimpse of Selkirk. In those days tho
, Spanlsh .were the deadly nountleao of
the English, and doubtless eulkirk had
* recognized. the ahip's colors from his
lookout, and drawn his. own conclu-
stona. In the story of Cruaoe, it will
be romemnibered, Defoe makes much of
this visit of the Spanish, and has thomr
prostrate tihtntselep before Crusoe- as
the "governor of- the Island." As a
'mat(tr of f act, however, Crusoo (or
Selkirk) played a much less ignlfled
part_ than I)efoe would have us be-
l.eve,. The SpanIulh shot at and
.chased him for some dietaene without
success. A billilog which they had
brought aslhoro wan pressed Into ser-
vice; but"Sollltrk, from hil long train-
ing with the goat:-, utiran the biullt dog.
Growing tired of the chase Selkirk
finally climbed a .tree. The Spanish
bullt-a fire and camped near his hid-
ing place, but finally left without dis-
Tle solltudo. ad many hardshlp- of
this lonely life would doubtless have
driven most men crazy. Selkirk, how.
ever, kept his wit th:u hgout it all.
and when lie final:t returned to Scot-
land, after an abkhnce .of eight year,,
was able to take ,up.hts old life whore
he had dropped It, and, despite his bar-
baroua life, was still a civilized man.-
IFrom Francip Arnold Collin's. "Robin-
sbn Crtus-o's Island," ltn t. Nicholas .
It is the Only Known Glaciar In the
Interior of Our Country.
Th-a.hit.ory of the discovery of this
glacier i. an Interesting one. An old
bear-hunter chanced upon the field-on
Munnity Mount, which he called "tho
W. L. DOUGLAS
84.00, 3;50 3O,.00, St2.110
W8t SHOES TIW %A!D.
W. L. lDotghIas shoe i
aire woIrn' by II1'O h Mn trouble on answer quatiotia l ilO
men fitmt hte it i l ot e g ; ren s mi le" ev*upno't 4)ii Ilsilas. w
11 Tir ri aooly oatr l l n160, fr1ee TuaEs X
llillkl', 'i'hlm f' Oll f Oenersal l'saiNiegr AgoeIl. Dalls. Tejam .
stloot, hlailo t '(,' a' D n eln g s
s e. e wii, r t se-At 04
V to1rso..ellelt.irwtl e so c g f o d
Lffi H ar i trim a>n e li loaey as iri k
Sold E.vnereai. WI T vn o do T 36l4TO
.L? iin QA.d A B S.CLL writeVBl. M.
o ltls a nh uW artt o t e I .... p ..lli W p e ll a
w. I2. aOu,,14Ae a writing to advertfears---_(At 1"04)
!" nP/ H I I */ odors 01feetamplts o.stop@ oeafing. If not *a $ d B
r .- I u gon o to tIT me 0, of );1, oA ..tor.aas /
, Vald i sample tor S stalmp. Oue appleatlon irov es set. money bask 11 ft
-g An P AID. WRITn TODAY TO
L ib We L sJ.L ,i
-~.. Put" OA. ALA. BUr8tyOLBoS MconS
y & not the tilne of year to UH M ;|
Skitehnratge.$ I .bby' .
Val Loaf.a Pate Turkey* .Iv: -
H ..aM, Oxi Tong -p-agqu 24
Libble Mo, P:eNet10 r
li Oi Ton1 ^ pM, ''|
ia stas e tp,
op tshe 1as of Trtwuda4 dl Is
bto b-Jl 9tat'
wrTl i 71! i m. Atur r
S MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
m1 A1. Kate Tayfn i', t gre-ad eted4
'it-prmei. of pr'Ots rntte ht a lot ,"
S.pepttr I r.t-' lfer po 0 ( imt i es *-
Oleit i -(61 1.',-pio s ltttmt l I-t t:> 5
ealaothI(io t< a o i< spei l VIM *oPot- :
:lto ,owe, to hIer utt(er,'t fies.
C~liit";\;0 I.1 427 lolonroe St.-
S..l tA- h:- a,- 1 lia.v nolmwrvedd I'eriun
is the -lilt'st iui > any Imant or r wvln'im i
cal uase who1 i'ak ~ i mt iu-e after eetis
of auy seirioUe ill ,e's I
Ianve 'V itt used >it'' ok uintlitm er of
convaltesctt e a n-s.i "id ht u e i* t.w' it wevr~t n
other tonics n.-t, hlt I fitid 0 tht11
"those. who used I'erutnt >hadl tih i'ict
,Potristt@ ssonas-to ,eawoe vttiit~lt,
li retia 6dstotltit vigor ooid retseew
sotrt t ime. "'--t1 K.'tS TA H k 1.
\In view of the great -Mimltitudd of woileen
mut terinli fruit Bsn nii it f t of female iIs-
ciame Aial yet- ui.iible to tIId any cure,
SDr. l-lWttlimi, the r-nownehl speeilsst Otn
felualf rat't1-lni1l diseases, has ltiinounited
hIis w linugns to direct tlheI treiitilent oi
as ianl y i -a'tges as iimakeO aplicatlin l to ulti1
during thl s, tuneire nlotitli,. WittltuL
charge. Address Tilie 1eruna Medlicine Cu.,
('o;tuitn)s, Ohio. -
.he g reat ltiPt1iztMeptrOl;teMs
iLrli~init'. n'uvraigia, opie,
a ? trTn ill allsa anat ikapl.
S-r NothK lllt ,Tr y a bo.ttle.
atve dtftor bills, Ask your
2 r 'Ktug 5t'h te' t It. Or sT n In
11 6>. AgeIIu* waittA; big iay
T MANWHO WEARS
\ Reputation *,Xt~dln( over
( i lxty-&Ic*t y r fid our
orarntee ore back of
\#verwy dorinentb ihg the
'T0S31C-P THE P3H.
rS e are mvf InltatJons
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A LA Tri and be:%.J
Mil, Mougb to prove aw. iM
The ormufaofa totedBoRtio UIAycb
and used with great o ucces a.
Wash, for Leueorrhama PelvicCaplM*i
Catarrh. Sore Throat, Sore E ',
and all soreness of mucus m bra? .
Inlocal treatment t female ills Psta r his
Invaltuable. Used as a Vagi(nal Wash we
ehallonAn the world to produce itaen uaet
thonfoiotness. ItismarvalattonIn lanelit
and heallitg pownrl is kills all garms whiao
canoo Itil.atiiniiiatiiin and discharges
All lalia4.lldrtr toll l keep Pailtnel Ti l prie
a&bs ll tt'. ir l.s i on scantoii stnu e rf I Dri.
900 a substibllula- there IsnithlngrlikeIs*liPa
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tire 1ltael f u
1jD. f. GO1DWI.,
E editor and Proprietor.
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THB STAR ONe VBAR OLD.
With this itsue of the STAR it
enters upon the second year of its
existence, it having first appeared
April 58,. 1903, and today we pre-
sent our readers with No. 1 of Vol.
II., and hope they (those who have
not done so) will lose no time in
psenting us with the price of the
'.,!jpper ($1.00) for another year.
W thank our friends for what they
pIelU. done for the paper during the
*ast year, and, while there are
.... g.m,whoml we had ira-'
:" ePst SUpp.t that we
g etnemved, we have no cen-
'fYo them, but if they have
t ibed their friendship and sup-
'O$ because of any action on our
'. -we have simply to say to them
t *p have tried to be honest and
a bot ,oiably, and if such aetiois
-iOt our part have displeased them we
to sorry of it but can't help It,.
,' For the future we solicit the
p ai support of all those
~ity' think us worthy, but in
lt'e as in the past we shall
to know our duty and do It,
.reg.rdles of whom it please* or
friday waa Stockton and Brow-
Sr4 day in Bronson. These candi-
"datoe are gaining Strength every
..day. Tney e-e winners.-Levy
lTimesa-Democrat, April 28.
It Is to be hoped that the voters
l^'t Alachua county 'will turn out in
arp nuwl-ers tommyv, and hear
he Senatorial and Gubernatorial
idatesjpeak In Gainesville.
'I. 'tM/ two candidates for At-
.Oeneral--Hons. Illis and
a-t4eq latter seems to be
lthe most campaigning, but
imer seems to stand the best
n e of getting the nomination.
Don't fail to put across mark be-
... fore the name ot Guy I. Metcalf,
when you get in the voting booth
ond May 10. Mr. Metcalf is a can-
didate at large for member of the
Democratic State Executive Com-
$ ,n ittee, and he should be elected
.with a large number of votes to
Por United States Senator vote
JOlaha N. 0. Stookton the
galant Democrat whose enemies
ave become so desperate lu their
'ittempt. to defeat him that they are
ying the writing of the Re-
lcan'politician Joe Stripling, of
ville, for that unholy
,,liroada don't .want drinking
^ lloyes; merchants, mill and fac-
i almen don't want drinking em-
Ioyhs; and even the atoo*s men
kelmelvea don't want drinklttg
*es. Why? Because. *t k-
.n are not the klnd to depend
bther are unsafe anywhere.
why should the people, a
or State, want drinking
(men in office)? They
want them; teiy are unsafe.
remember this on May i 0.
for no drinking man for any-
tW county- has had some of
able county commiusioslne
one service for any county
mde, and among those gooe
none have worked
imad efficiently in.
1.*x yenaof the
sa Q. a
It I1 too bad that two cabdidttes
for the high office of State Super-
intendent &o' Public Instruction of
the State of Florida should feel
themselves called upon to carry on
such a campaign of abuse of each
other as Sheats and Holloway have
been conducting during t.ha i t.ys-
eral months. Thee two uxta who,
because of the high and I6toorable
official position that e0b o6f them
already ocem it-for no other
reason, sZh:l be nedel gentlemen,
and'pra0,tI soe well as preachers
of per t 'g tillty, have accused
each o4hL o acts too mean to be
attritbted to qoy man who has not
be ome a thorough reprobate, and
if either is as mean as the other
says he is, he should be in the pen-
itentiary, and if neither of them
has been misrepresented, both of
them are bad customers, dnd are
certainly unworthy of the position
to which they aspire.
We believe that both men have
been more or less misrepresented..
We wish we could know that many
of the charges are untrue and the
result of misunderstandings instead
of wilful mlasrpresentations, for
we would rather know that those
who have made the trouble breed-
ing statements were honest in what
they have said than to believe
We are heartily sorry that so
many good mien have been brought
Into the affair and that others are
likely to be brought into it, and we
are sorrier still that a lady has been
brought into the.affair at all, and
we trust most sincerely that no
more mud will be thrown by either
candidate or the friends of ithler
candidate. We want the b.mad bt
has been thrown alt ady tW have
time to dry, audrthb o@ the can.
dIdftteUean be seen as they really
are before the primary.
The SheatS and Holloway contro-
versy that has been carried on
through our columns during the
last few months has not been pleas
iug to us, and much of it would not
have been' admitted at all but for
the fact that it was to occupy "paid
We believe in fair play to every
one, and, while we have a right to
have a preference among candi-
dates, and white we shall exercise
that right according to our own lik-
ing, we will not, under any circumi
stance, knowingly do an injustice
to ekher Sheata or Holloway, but
will condemn any methods that we
may'know to be dishonorable if at
tempted to be used by either for the
purpose of injuring the other.
We have heard it intimated (but
we hope there is nothing of it) that
there will be some bad" charges
made and published just before the
primary-when it Isa too late for the
accused to answer them before the
election is over. If such charges
are made, by either side, when it is
too late for the accused to answer,
or reply to them, the act should be
frowned upon by every honest man.
If there chances to be any broad-
casting of hand bills around the
polls on election day with new
charges on them-agaimst either
candidate-seth publishing of such
charges at such a time, should be
denounced by every gentleman.
We hope that neither candidate
will attempt to take an undue ad-
vantage of the other, and if such an
act is attempted we hop* it Will re-
sult in the inglorious defeat of 'the
person who attempts it,
The, taz payers of this comtn ii-
sioners district, 'No, 6, are not 0o
much Interested in getting a man
for county commissioner who is
real annxiou to be elected as they
are in gttatg t mnaa who will be
teal useful after he shall have been
elected. Wlot we naed Is a good,
honest and capable man who is him-
elf interetd [fa the proper man-
ageMent oftlt aaffairs of the county,
and Who anow*s when, where and
how to spend the county's money
"so 'that it will result in the largest
amnidtt of good to the largest num-
b.er ROP. Mr, 0. P. Cannon,
who t a candidate for the position
of couty 'tP,,ionr to represent
thi ~tit a ',man who would
,t h Pand if mw elect :hhwe
.for ta Ver be-
"7w'0" *: *i~
T17 ...s.. markt for ,
Do not fail to read tbis Isue 'M 14 T
STA carefully. ,
T. R. Oder, a merchant a ietI. ais
the alty Wednesday. '
MrW V. J. Herle" wa in .the city
Tuesday from her hOia e Bellasny.
WCo. Th6e.. B Owq* Io.., srings
was in the city a while.Wdaedy. .
Buy a peice of lI 4 _lubi. Write
J. 0. Andrews, Gaine-Rlll, I,, V A# S
Deputy Sheriff B. A. OsMewu of BIaq
was a business vialtor to the city W4ra a,-
John B. and Charles M. Del, were In
the city Tuesday from their homes at
Hear Stoakton, Broward and others &t
the court house tomorrow morning at so
Capt. N. A. Calilson was iin the city
Tuesday from hik home at the Sprian
J. B. McDonald left a few days ago for
North Carolina, where lie went on im-
Deputy United States Marshal H. S.
Chambers of Ocala was in the city a
Col. H. S. Chubb returned a few days
ago from Winter Park, where he went on
a visit to his family.
Send us 25 cents and get the Star for
three months. You ought to keep up
with the political news it gives.
Prof. J. Al-. Guilllams, Superintendent
of the East Florida Seminary, bas re-
turned from a busraes trip to Kentl.cky.
Rev. H, M. Kig, ftr-erly pastor of
the Pirst Baptist church, this city, but
now of ramp&, spent a few days In the
J. C. Newberry, lHigh Springs; R. M.
( bamberial, Tacoma; M. P. Simmons,
Osceola, and J. L. Medlin, Meredith,
were in the city Tuesday.
Rev C..M. Gordon, pastor ol the Pres-
byterian calhutrch at Micauppy, was in the
city Wednesday, and paid the Star office
a highly appreplatd call.
Don't tau to come to Gainesville to-
"mor ow s tlnilngaend hear Stockton, Jen.
aing, dlrown and Broward speak. The
spicsklg is to be at zo a m.
Giddings' Hair Grower does Ute work.
Vr Bale by Dr. S. B. Olddinge, oaines
vllle, and the Poatoffice Drug tore and J.
A. Stephen, High Srings. Fla.
P. B. Atwater, High Springs; W. J.
Hodge, Alachua; J. H. Ioffatt, Micanopy.
and J. 1. Townsend, Campville, were
among the business visitors to the city
Maj. Jno. W. Tench, candidate for the
Legislature, says the county candidates
are having some real nice meetings, and
he seems encouraged with his own pros-
pects of success.
A long and interesting communica-
tion by "One of the Common People"
was received too late for this issue, but
will appear in our next, and should be
real hy every Democrat in the State if
The town i; full uf county curlidantes,
tit y hi.,ing r. u-ned from Judl.or, where
thry spoke e. rtlay. Tmonr..w they
%ill speak at llawhorn. G(enitlemen,
keep cool; don't get to fuisinug among
W. L Hill one of the m >t p 1. il.ir life
insurance men in the State, wvio ta tuin
porarily in Georgia in the Interest of ith
New York Life spent a few days %%ith his
family in this city this week, retrnin
to Macon, Ga., Wednesday.
In our shoe department you will find
dainty styles in women's fancy footwear
Our styles are too numerous to mention,
so call and examine our stock, We can
also furnish you with polish and black-
ing at half the usual price. L. C.Bmith
D..M. Norwood, who s making Gaines-
ville his headquarters while working
Florda in the interest of the Scar-
borough Publishing Company of Rich.
mond, Va, left Wednesday for Valdotn,
Ga, where he went on a business trip.
Piano Sale-We have only five piano
left from our big sale, which we propose
to sell at a very low price and on easy
teas, We have two A No. i square
plano which we will sell at $So and
4730 to elone. A iwo-air" pld Kim-
ball organ n toak, cost V, roe will
sell at rso--(5 down, and 83 per month.
Cable Peano ompany, opposite Brown
Do not fall to attend the speaking here
tomorrow at so a. m. Sockton, Jennings,
Broward, Brown, Mays, and possibly
others. The speaking will be at to a. m.
It will be only ten days before the first
prhlary, and all who can should avail
titmeelves of the opportunity to see and
hear the distinguished candidates.
Mr. H. C. Stevens, the popular jeweler
uf High Sprlngs. who is also Division
Watch npor a or *the Atlantic oast
Line railroad, w lIa the jP ty yesterday,
paid tble ofiip a pl& 1t e"U and put a
aleo display ad in the s8ar. Mr. Stevens
Is a fint leass jeweler and a good man.
When you want to buy a watch, or nice
jewelry, or want a watch repaired, iall
Qnu Mr. teveus.
What has become of the High
Springs Hornet? Has it bu-ged
out? We have not seen a copy of
this bright, original paper within
the past mouth.-Crystal RiVer
Bro, Sait we had the misfortune
to get one of our mailing pgalile
'pj!r4t wm Utime a, sd we feel
fe-rtlttaa ot ,of rtog but the
we wilt re-lnstall ye, tha evening,
3am w ]t:at h, g on in po!-
rntfi t*fe o ai&
In Stock, and arv, constantly receiv-
* ing- 'up-to-date" Shoes for Men, 4
Wimen and Children, at popular
prices and ot the best makes. 4
We caIl 4
Particular attention to the Ladies $
Brockport" and Mebs "All Amer-
ica" and- "Wdlk Over" grades.
J. D. Matheson,
Oboe nd Leater 1 bnrenil. (lainlVille, FIB.
The Gainesville .Planing
and Coffin Company.
Is sometimes lihad to Leep pace with nut
our facili' ic are equal to all cletnalids,
whether 'fou want to build one house or
oi e dozen. You arc on the right toad for
the right kind of lumber lien you cotue
our way. We deal in all kinds of Build
ing Material frr outside ntI inside fini-.h
to complete any dwelling, hotel, stoce or
factory Tell its }our wants. We will
do flhe rest
IHL 6AINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY.
I Robt. McClellan,
AStrict Personiial Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attended to
Promptly . .
ART GOODS AND UPHODSTNRY.
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
GAINESVILLE. ".. FLA.
W. R, Thomas,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Call on me when you want to buy
Horses, Mules, Buggies,
W. R. THOMAS,
~-I~ P~ -ma m,~ ma .m~a sa ma
Frank lak i
l oleos. Your 'Veto* sd Suaport
I inthe Do oeeratle Ps'milarp.
ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:
Oppo io to tU m T ,
Favors Income Tax.
Perfectloe Inter-State Comi3iree Conlmsalesi
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Ii. F bUTT & CO..
Highest price paid fnP ea Iland Uttaq
1.. Seed or Lint, Lr.rge cr SmaIl'Quamlities.
Importcd Sc I:,and and Selec ed Florid
AIKE The Atlantic Coast Line
F- R 7-T- L. E:-FTH-- =- 0 F OI1NTS.
IN1..th 1 .t Dupont
Jack uville lacksniville
p & 0. uu l itcct
SteatcIV I tuc II Jnxvlli-
in Wnes ot goV 1C.1 1.
Rapid Transit and nsurpassed Service.
Time Table in I ffect Maiclh 28. 1904.
1)epartl I-r GAINESVILI.E Artivr Ituin,
*.t0 pin 11 lighb Springs and Inter I::11 nim
Daily mediate Points Daily
-12.55 p- uI Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 3.4 > m
Daily Intermediate Points. ITail
:2pani .. Palatka. Daytona, Jacksonville, p ii
Daily North. East and k eat )ail%
12:l ,a iii High Springs Waycross, Savannah. Brunswickl 315 i 11
lDily i Albany, Atlanta. all Points North, East West I il
.1:1; p in | 9: | ,W a i
Dailv Roche'le. Micalhopy and Citra Dailk
3:50 a 1n 7:20 pi u
Daily High Springs Daily
tx Moinlay ex Sumlay
I.v St. Atiguistime F C Ry .7 5sa Lv Chattanooga N C &St L Ryll (fir, pI
Ar lacksonville 8 6) a m Ar Nashville 1) a Il
l.v .acksonville A ( L Kr. 9 10 am Lv Nashville L & N Rr 3 4 a n
Ar Tifton .. 09 p in Ar BEvnsville 7 45 a 11
l.v Tifton G S & F Ry 1 19 a in Lv lvinsvllle 8 a it
Ar Macon .4 08 p rn Ar St l[ois I 35 p
Lv Macon Cent. of (.a Ry 4 18 p m Lv Evansville E & TH Rr. 8 15 a u,
Ar Atlanta. 7 03 p m Ar Terre Hauste 1I 201 a tl
Lv Atlanta & A Rr 7 13 pnLv TerreHau C& E I Rr .11 25a n
Ar Chattanooga 1' 68 p m Ar Chicago. 4 10 p n
This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For 'ullnia
Reservations and other information n apply to ticket agent F. B. C. Ry., 't Aigus-
line or A. C L. office 138 Hay St., West, Jacksonville. Fla.
Itterchauigeable Mileage T'rickets. good over 13,000 miles of among the prncTc
pa; railways in the Southern States are, on sale by the principal agents
Through Pullman steeper Iort Tampa I New York. via Adantic Coas Ii.ine:
also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
Ad1.Iress: FRANK C BOVLSTON, Com'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt..
138 W. nliy St., Astor Building, Jacksonmille, Fla
H I. EM. IMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W.1 CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Ayt.,
Wilnuington,N. L. Wilmington. N. C
J J J 6 J ^C:) JD I
Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.
27 I 3t......OUTH .R DI II N 54 I...... ..
7 I 31
9,35a 8 301)p
1t 15 8 55p
11 46 10 45P
12 20p .
1 58p 2 5:a
z 55P 2 i3a
5 tup 7 20ao
4 t4P 4 1Sa
5 Iip 5 39a
7 oSp it 2oa
7 2p 11 46a
7 45 12 30op
6 oop 6 45a
1 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION.
NORTH AND RAST
34 66 WEST & NEW ORLBAN8 ~6 57
. Jacksonville .
S. Baldwin .
. Waldo .
. Cedar Key .
. Silver Springs .
. Orlando .
S. Plant City.
. Sarasota .
. Tampa .
I 54 I 347 I 6
- Ar 10 ~oa
. Ar io 5o
S 10 12A
. Lv 7 s4a
. Ar 7 14a
. Lv 4 506
Lv Jacksonville ..... .9 ooa 7 Sop Lv Jacksonville .. 3 40p 9 252
fAr Feruandina . .o 1 5a 9 oop Ar Lake City. . 5 5tp11 20
Ar Brunswick . 2 oiplo035p Ar Live Oak . 6 35p 12 04p
Ar Savannah l.. op ii 5oa Ar Madison . 7 55P 12 58P
Ar Fairfax . .. 3 cOp 44a Ar Monticello. ... 9 Ipp 3 '5P
Ar Denmark . 3 5yP 2a oa r Tal shas r 40p 45P
Ar Columbia ... 3op 3 54 Ar uiny ..... 4 7P
Ar Camden ....... 7 4op 54a Ar River runcton .. .......5 oP
Ar Lamlet .. ........ 9 55P 8 o5a Ar Pensacola . . 10o 5
Ar Wilmington .. .. 2,05p A Mobile . . 55
Ar Southern P'ines i 1 3p 6 Ar New Orleans . . 7 255
Ar Raleigh .........t 53P 10 45a Lv acliaowaville. .....8-top
Ar Portsmouth ..... 8 o. a 5 35 MAon .... 3 4
Ar Richmond. Va .. 6 35a 3 12p At.u . ........7 5 "
Ar Washington . .10 tloa 8 3oP Cattar.o . . 5 op
Ar Baltimore. ........ It25a 1125p Nashville .............. ..9 20p
Ar Philadelphia . z36p 2 2a S i ...... .......7 3
Axr New York........ 4 t~p 6 3on St ,o ..........9.753
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oleeco and Srasota. on 31, except Satur-
days, front Uainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawn Po a Pullman siepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and.New York, via Rl o n sd ^Wasdog^to. Vestibuled
day coaches ween JScksonyille and Wahistn via tifls ud. Cafe dining
car service rom Jacka irille.
S.No. 66., aboard Mail, day coaches, mail, bguae and eapma a5 between
Jlackaonville and Washington, and drawing rbo i asap between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Willio Id, Wanee and Inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with J arly Bird breach.
NoSt .56 anld 7, Pullmansaleeper Letween New Orleka sad sckgsoaville.
Steamers for Key Went and arvana. Leave Port Tamp may ul Tedys and
Thursday, sii :z5i p. m.
A. 0. MAcDON ELL, ,Ass'at Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksomvlle, 14.
E. C. COBB Ticket Agent. Gainesvlle.
tainesville G ulf 5O o
LV 1 U.
Doaily. 'IDo STArIO,,s
Lv P.M. Le A
.. .. .. ..h -..
. . .
55, A ,
AS 4. a
NORTH AND EAST
34 66 WEST & NEW ORLIRAN6 56